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Large Additional Supplies !
Gray, Mullarky & Co.,
228 BROAD STREET,
Would again respectfully inform the publio that one of the Firm has just
returned from New York, with LARGE ai? ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES, pur
chased at unprecedentedly low prices, trom those large failures that have
occurred within the past week, which gives them UNRIVALED FACILITIES, so
as to defy competition. They would specially request a careful and close examina
tion of Goods and Prices, feeling confident that they can guaranty a saving of
FULLY TWENTY-FIVE TO FIFTY 'PER CENT, to the prudent purchaser.
LOOK AT PRICES !
Rich Dark Calicoes, 12? cents per yard,
? Poplins, 25 and 30 ?
Fine all Wool French Merinos, 75 cents per yard,
Rich and very elegant Poplins, in new and fashionable colors, */5 cents.
Pure Linen Cambric Hdk'fs., 12? cents each,
Fine While Long Cloth, 15 cents per.yard,
10-4 Heavy Sheeting, SO cents per yard,
Fine Ribbon Bound Blankets, ?5,00 per pair.
Particular attention is invited to the elegant and choice selections^ our
mm GOODS wmmm,
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Rich Irish Poplins, Poplin Reps, Moire Antique Silks, Plain Silks, Rep Silks, hi
the latest and most desirable shades;
Beautiful Plain White TaiTetc dos De Nap and Gros De Ecosse Silks, for Bridai
Choice Colors in Alpacas, at 50 cents per yard ;
Beautiful Empress Cloths, very cheap;
Rich and handsome Plaids, in fine Poplins and Mohairs ;
An elegant stock of Mcrinoes, all qualities and colors;
Heavy Rich Black Poplins, for Mourning;
Fine Black Merinocs and Alpacas, for Mourning,
Empress Cloths, highly finished goods, for Mourning,
Lupin's Fine Bombazines, " "
All qualities in Canton Cloths, " "
Delaines, all wool and mixed, " "
Choice selections in Second Mourning Goods ;
Rlack and White Check Poplins, ?See.
"TELE HEAVIEST AN? RICHEST BLACK SILKS IN
THE MARKET, IN
Taffeta G. os De Nap,
Gros De Ecosse, Glace and Reps,
Heavy Black Lyons Silk Velvets,
Heavy Black Cloth Circulars,
Heavy Black Beaver Circulars,
Richly Trimmed Cloth Basques,
Elegant Heavy Beaver Basques,
Large Beaver Saques,
Handsome Trimmed Beaver Saques,
Beautiful Cloth Saques,
Very Fine Wool Long Shawls,
.Heavy Mosaic Wool Shawls,
.Black and White Check Long Shawls,
Plain Black Wool Long Shawls,
Fine. Black Merino Long and Square Shawls,
An extensive assortment of Square Wool Shawls, Breakfast Capes. Sontags,
A Large Stock Housekeeping Goods*.
Sheetings, all widths, much iowar .than they have ever been offered ;
Marseilles Quilts, in great variety, from 10 to 13 4, some very handsome;
Linen Sheetings and Pillow Case Linens,
Heavy Irish Linens, for family use,
White and Colored Striped Furniture Dimity,
Embroidered Muslin and Lace Drapery, for Curtains,
Heavy Irish Linen, Bleached and Brown Damasks, ,
Fine Bed Blankets, best quality,
Towels of all kinds and qualities,
Damask, Damask Bordered, Fringed Huckaback and Huckaback and Crash
Turkish Bath Towels,
Russia and Scotch 3 and 4-4 Bird's Dye Diapers, some very fine,
Napkins, Doylies and Tea Napkins,
: 8-4, 9-4 Heavy Worsted Damasks,
. Worsted Embossed Table Covers, all sizes,
Fine Piano Covers.
/AN IMMENSE STOCK WOOLEN GOODS.
Flannels^ all makes,
Fine.Silk Warp Flannels, ?.
m . 5-4 Fine Flar.iels, Welch, Shaker ar.d Dornest Flannels,
. Heavy Grey, Blue and Red Twilled Flannels,
'.Opera Flannels, al! colors,
i Heavy Kerseys, for Plantation wear,
Fine North Carolina Jeans,
Heavy Kentucky Jeans, very desirable goods,
iLow priced Jeans, in great variety,
.Ftne Fancy Cassimcres,
Fine Black Broadcloths, Doeskins, Cassimcres, Reaver Cloths, &c.
DOMESTIC GOODS LOWER THAN EVER
All the Fine Grades American and English Prints,
Tickings. Stripes, Checks and Limeys, all qualities,
Denims, Osnaburgs, Shirtings and Sheetings alwajs cn hand.
FINE WHITE GOODS.
Soft finish Cambrics, Jaconets, Check Nainsooks, White and Colored Tarletans,
Swiss Muslins, India Twills, &c.
Rich Laces and Embroideries, Collars, Setts, Edgings, Insertings, &e.
Fine English Hosiery, Ladies', Misses', Gent's and Boys' Haif HoseL
Woolen Hosiery, in g ?rat variety, Notions, &c. '
jggrTo Jobbers buying in our market, we would say examine our price's bufore
GEAY, MULL AUK Y &. CO.
228 Broad Street, IngostA, Gi.
Aa??sia, Dec 3, Im4fl
M, LEBESCHULTZ, AGENT
HOME AGAIN !
HE Subscriber informs tho citizens of Edge
field and tho surrounding country that ho has re
covered from his long spell of sicknoss, and is
roceiving a SPLENDID STOCK of
Gents' Furnishing Ooods,
DRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &C.
A fino Stock of White Linen SHIRT BOSOMS,
UN DER VESTS and DRAWERS,
HDKFS., HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac.
CASSIMERES, SATTINETS and JEANS for
Men and Boys wear,
A fin* Stock of Dress and Domestic Goods which
will be sold at greatly roducod prices, such as
French, English and American CALICOES,
J MOL'SLINE do LAINES,
CLOAKS, latest stvles and very cheap,
Ladies' HATS and TURBANS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS. HUTTONS, Ac.,
White /.nd Red FLANNELS,
SIIIHTINGS/bleachcd and unbleached,
BLANKETS in variety, and cheap,
H A Ts and SHOES, of all descriptions, ?or La
dies, Gcuts and Children,
A bea'iful lot of DOLLS, TOYS, Ac.
Tho bett brandi of SEGARS, Smoking TO
BACCO and PIPES,
Fino SHERRY and PORT WINE,
Splendid WHISKEY, by tho Bottle,
Kentucky Rifle POWDER in Cans,
. SHOT and CAPS, best in market,
Fresh SALMON, OYSTERS and LOBSTERS,
GROCERIES of every description, and at the
Collin Best AXES, a splendid article,
SHOVELS, SPADES, PITCHFORKS,
A fine assortment of POTWARE, suoh as Potts
and Ovens, at Augusta retail prices.
To all wbioh ho respectfully invites tho atten
tion of the public, and hopes to share a portion
of the gener?os patronage heretofore bestowed
upon the old concern.
M. LEBESCHULTZ, Agent.
No. J, Park Row.
Nov 27 tf 43
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
J. HE SUBSCRIBER haB now in Store his
Stock of FALL AND WINTE? GOODS,
consisting in part of
Frenoh MERINOES ;
Figured and Solid Col'd DELANES ;
Bean-ifui POPLINS and ALPACAS;
French, English and American PRINTS;
CANTON FLANNELS ;
All Wool Red aid White FLANNELS:
SH.iWLS, NUB IAS, SONTAG
BALMORAL and HOOP SKIRTS ?
Colored CAMBRICS ;
HOSIERY, GLOVES and COLLARS;
Ladies'and Gent's UNDERVESTS ;
Ladies' and Misses HATS-splendid variety;
RIBBONS, FLOWERS and FEATHERS ;
BELT RIBBONS-Rieb and Beautiful
Fancy Doeskin CASSIMERES;
SATTINETS, TWEEDS and Ky. JEANS ;
Bl ched LONG CLOTHS :
TICKINGS and STRIPES ;
BLANKETS,-a fino supply ;
Men's and Boy's HATS-all kinds ;
Ladies', Misses, Mon's, Boy* and Children's
SHOES and BOOTS, in great variety ;
With muay other articles too numerous to men
tion, all of which will be SOLD LOW FOR
B. C. BRYAN, Agt.
Bdgefiold, S. C., Oct 2
CITIZENS OF warn \
AM NOW prepared to wait upon you to the
bust of my ability, and furnish you whatever
you shall call for in the way of
S. F. GOODE, Esq., lately associated with me
in thc Dry Goods and Mercantile business, hav
ing withdrawn his interest from the concern, I
now respectfully solicit for myself a >hare of the
patrouaije heretofore bestowed upon thc Firm.
I am t bo found, as heretofore for some months
psst, at the Corner-the old and well-known
stand of Bland k Butler. I have, and<onstant
ly ke<ip on hand, evcrythirfg in tho way of
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c
Usually found in a well-conducted Village Store;
all of which I offer for CASn AT THE LOWEST
J, 91. WITT.
Edgpfleld, Juno 18,
More New Goods.
JUST received and for salo at very low figures :
- A Frosh lot of Bcantiful PRINTS ;
First Quality CASSIMERES, fer Gents and
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes;
ID store a superior assortment of
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
MOLASSES, SYRUP, CHEESE,
MACCARONI, MUSTARD. SPICES,
40 Bushels Prime APPLES, and for salo cheap ;
BACON, HAMS, LARD,'
FLOUR, MEAL, GRITS, Ac, Ac,
C5?^ Torms ai chea* as the ohonpest.
CHEATMAM A BRO.
Nov. 31, tf 47
HE Undersigned gives notice that be is now
prepared to have REPAIRED in a good and
workmanlike mannor, WAGONS, CARRIAGES,
BUGGIES, aud othor Vehicles that may be
brought to his Shops, at fair and reasonable pri
ces for Cash.
NEW WAGONS, CARTS and BUGGIES will
o-lso he put up in the host style, and on ns reason
able* terms as can be afforded.
Having EFFICIENT and EXPERIENCED
WOKKMEN in my 6hopi, and a good supply of |
the BEST SiEASONED TIMBER, no pains will
be spared to give cntiro sali,faction to thoso who
may Bond their work to these Shopi.
W. W. ADAMS,
Sopt. 26 tf 39
THE Subscriber respectfully announces to the
citizens of Edgcfield District, that ho is now
pr-pared to execut? ALL BUILDING AND
CARPENTER'S WORK with fidelity and dis
patch, and on reasonable terms.
ne is also engaged, next door to the Advertiser
Office, in the
And hos on hand an assortment of BEAUTIFUL
COFFINS, Rosewood finish, neatly trimmod, and
of thc latest styles. Prices very moderate.
My fine NEW HEARSE, with gentle Horses
and a good Driver, will attend Funerals when
During my absence from the shop, Mr. JA8.
PAUL, who is conducting the CABINET BUSI
NESS in the same Rooms, will givo his individual
attention to all orders for COFFINS, Ac
M. A. MARKERT.
Nor. 27, tf 48
A "".L porBons having ?ny demands against tho
i$L ??s'ate Of JOHN W. MUN "A", dee'd, are re
quested to furnish me with a co. y of tho same on
or hofore the first day of January next
V. li. THOMAS, Adm'r.
Kef. il, IM*. V- Sf 419
COIE AND SEE
. HEAV? AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OP . *
F0REICH AID DOMESTIC
A.t 262 Broad Street^ Augusta.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Our friends and thc public will find it to their advan
tage to examine our Goods before they buy elsewhere.
SHIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS,
x-INSEYS AND KERSEYS,
APRON CHECKS, JEANS,
BLACK AND COLORED DRESS SILKS,
LADIES' CLOAKS, Newest Style,
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CALICOES,
IRISH LACES, Imported,
FRENCH AND ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS,
. . CASSIMERES, .
GENTS' AND LADIES' HATS,
frj5* In our Wholesale Department we offer a carefully selected STOCK of
GOODS, and at the LOWEST CASH PRICES.
In our Retail Deapartment, a variety inferior to no other House in the South.
I. KAHN & CO.
Augusta, Oct. 31
NEW DRY OOOJ3? !
THE SUBSCRIBER has the pleasure of informing his frends and patrons that he
Has again opened at the old stand, so long and favorably known as
SETZE'S DRY GOODS CORNER,
. A. Harare and Well Selected Stock of
EMBRACING EVERY VARIETY OF GOODS
USUALLLY KEPT IN A DRY GOODS HOUSE,
And will endeavor to merit, by polite attention to thc wants of his customers, and
A Low cale of Prices,
A share of the generous patronage so long"*bestowcd upon the old concern.
HE WOULD RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT PUBLIC FAVOR.
The services of Mr. WM. O. NORREL having also been secured, his old
friends and customers arc respectfully solicited to favor him with a call.
J. SETZE, Agent,
fl 05 Broad Street, Augusta, Gai
CLOT HIM ! CLOTHING
r_f_\iE subscriber bas recently opened in tlii
Village a good stock of HEADY MADE
CLOTHING, consisting of Singlo Garments
aud Cloth and Cassiuicrc Suit?.
Also a lot of CLOTHS and CASSIMERES which
ho will make np to order.
Ho is preparod to furnish his friends nnd old
customers with CLOTHING as low as thc Au
gusta market for Cash.
JOHN COLGAN, Agent.
Nov. ?, tf 40
BATTING FOR SALE.
THE Granitevillc Manufacturing Company
have a lot of GOOD BATTING on hand
sui'ulile for Quilty, which thev ore selling at two
thirds the price of Middling Cotton.
JAS. J. GREGG, Agent.
Dec 4 2t 49
LAGER BEER SALOON,
HAMBURG, S. C.,
GEO. DAUM, Agent.
Nov. 20, ___2t_47^
ALL persons having demands against the Es
tate of PETERSON BORAM, dee'd., will prc
sout them to thc undersigned, properly attested,
and those who ?ire anywise indebted to said Estate
will pleaso call and settle.. Thc Administrativ
desiros to make a Anal settlement at an carly day.
J. M. TROTTER, Adm'or.
'Nov. ?, _2m 45
HAVING to pay Cash for all we buy, we, thc
Undersigned, have concluded to adopt thc
?..'ASH SYSTEM in tho PRACTICE of MEDI
CINE, commencing first day of January, 1SR7.
Our chargea will bo ns follows, to wit:
Fifty Cont0 a mile, One Dollar for Visit, and
One Dollar fur prescription.
Consultation Fee, Ten Dollars and mileago.
Siniplo Obstetrical Cases, Ten Dollars and
Mileage. Difficult enscs charged higher.
x-ight practico will bo charged double the
Medicino when furnished will bc charged at low
Tho ubovo to bc paid in Gold, or irs equivalent.
TIIOS. H.- PATTISON,
TU os. MCKIE,
J. D. JENNINGS,
T. J. JENNINGS,
LANIER A LEWIS,
C. H. BURKllALTER,
R. C. MAYSON,
J. J. CARTLEDGE,
H. C. GARRETT,
R. S. KEY,
P. H. ADAMS,
G. BORD. .
Dec 3 5t 49
To all Concerned!
ALL PERSONS indebted to tho Firm of
WARREN A LOVELACE will please come
forward and settle their indebtedness without de
lav _otherwise their Accounts will bo plnced in
tho bands of J. L. ADDISON, Esq., for jollection.
Tho Firm has been dissolved, and tho business
must Lc settled up.
E. F. LOVELACE.
Ridgeway, Nov 26 3t* 43
A LL persons in any wise indebtod to tho Estnto
J\ of THEODORE F. WILLIAMS, deceased,
arc oarncstly requested to mako immediate pay
ment. All claims in my hands, not paid by thc
first Monday in February noxt, will positively bo
put in suit, as I cannot extend further indulgcbco.
This is fair notice to ull oonccrnod, and I hope it
will bo regarded.
LEMUEL BROOKS, Ad'or.
have sold my Plantation in this District, and
expect to remove from the Stato nt an earl;
dato. Parlies, however, tn whom I ara indebted
need not give themselves any unnecessary appro
-fhonsion. I am not prepared to. pay thom now,
cYon should I remain here; but in Dec. 1867, ti
portion of tho purchase money for my Land fallt
due, at which limo I hopo to return and pay s
largo proportion, if not all my indebtedness.
During my absence from tho Stato, I have con
stitutcd and appointed Messrs. ABNEY A WRIGHT
my legal Agents and Attorneys.
L. L. HALL.
DR. J. WALTER HILL bas romovod to-th(
Dwelling recently occupiod by Dr. "W. M
BURT, whore he may bo found at all times wboi
nut Profcssioaally engaged.
Nov. 23 tf
State of South Carolina,
BY W. F. DHRISOE, Esquiro, Ordinary of
Whereas, Z. W. Carwilc, C.E.E.D., has applied
to mo for Letters of Administration, on all and
singulartho goodsand chattels,rights and credits
of James Johnson, late of the District aforesaid,
Those aro, thoroforo, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear beforo mc, at our
next Ordinary'B Court for.tho said District, tobo
holden atEdgcfield C. IL,on thc 10th doy pf Jan.
next, to show causo, if any, why tho said
administration should notbo granted. .'
Given under my hand and soul, this 10th day
of Dec. in tho year of our Lord, ono thou
sand oight hundrod and Bixty-six. and in the
91st yoar of American Independence
W. F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
Doc. ll r,t 50
?t??A A MONTH I-AGENTS wanted for
Y)\ji\J?ix entirely new articles, jost out. Ad
roxs 0. T. GABBY City Building, Biddleford
Me, Jun? fl brwly 23
V** '~iYi .Ahi-jf.: ? - TJi
THE Subscriber respectfully, but earnestly
solicits thoso indebted to him, either by Noti
or Account, for Goods bought of bim nt Mt.* WU
ling, to como forward and mako settlement a
once, in part, if thoy can't pay the whole, ns hi
needs money and must have it. To thoso win
think it hard to pay Greenbacks, ho would res
peet fully say, tho samo quantity and quality o
goods will bc taken.
E. J. GOG GANS.
Nov. 28. St? 48.
ALL persons ore horeby requested not to pur
chase or trade for any article of produce
such os Cotton, Corn, Fodder, Oats, or any otho
produce, from any of tho Freed Persons of Colo
on ray plantation, ns by written contract, bntwee
snid Freedmen and myself, all on the place i
minc until I aro paid for rent and all advance
menss during tho year.
Nov. 20 3t 48
ALL persons indebted to me, either by Note c
Account, are requested to call on H. 1
WRIGHT, Esq., and ranko payment aa soon i
possible, or they will have cost to p?y. I have ah
appointed bim my lnwful Agent during my ten
norary nbsonco from tho State.
1 THOS. ATKINS.
Deo. 8, it ?
HE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE
his VALUABLE PLANTATION,in Edge
field District, 8 miles South of Ninety-Six Depot,
Qrcenrillo & Columbia Railroad, containing
Thirteen Hundred and Seventy-Five
About Four Hundred Acres of open land. The
place is. well improved, having on it a commodi
ous Two Story Dwelling House and all other ne
cessary out buildings, and adjoins lands of Mrs.
Col. Whit. Brooks, A. P. Kiug, G. W. Holloway
and others. . j
If not sold soon, it will bo rented for the next
year to an approved tenant.
Mr. Smith, on the premises, will show tho lands
to any one desiring to seo thom.
gSfEot particular!, address me at Edgefield
C. H. Z. W. CARWILE.
Nov 27, tf 48 I
FOR SALE, OB TO RENT.
The Subscriber offers for sale
his HOUSE AND LOT, situated
a little over a mile from the cen
tre of Edgefield Village, on a
commanding and elevated site.
The Houso is a large and commodious Gothic
Cottage, new and well finished, with nine large
rooms, besides Pantries, Closets, Ac. All neces
sary out buildings, new and in good order. A
well of excellant water in the yard, and a good
spring and spring house for milk and butter, in a
very short distance. A good stream of water
running through the horno lot.
Tho Lot contains 60 acros, more or less, of j
which about 15 are cleared-the reit in woods.
There is an Orchard of choice Peaches, Plumb?,
Pears ant? Apples. Also, & Vineyard of select
Grapes, embracing the Catawba, Warren, Pauline,
Le Noire, and Isabella varieties. Also, a Fish
Pond well stocked with Braam, Perch, Turtles,
This is a chance for a comfortable residence
rarely offered for sale. If it is not sold by tho
first of January next, it will be rented for the en
suing year on reasonable terms.
J. H. HIMS.
During my absence D. R. Durisoe or J. B Sul
livan will show tho place to any one applying.
Nov. 20, tf 47
Fine Residence for Sale
IOFFER FOR SALE OR RENT that MOST
DESIRABLE PLACE, the late Residence of j
P. R. BLALOCK, dee'd.
This pince contains Two Hundred and
Fifty Acres, on which is erected a BEAUTI
FUL MANSION containing Eight or Ten Room.?,
with all necessary out buildings, located 2? miles
from Edgefield C. H., and within three mile, ol
tho line of the Columbia ? Augusta Railroad.
Persons desiring to purchase a plico near the
Village, where the best educational advaptages
arc afforded, would do well to e'xamno this place.
W. J. READY, Ex'or.
Dec. 5 tf 49
TWO VERY VALUABLE PLANTATIONS
in Marion County, East Florida, 12 miles
Wost of Ocala, are offered for salo upon accom
ONE TRACT contains Four ^Hundred and
Eighty Acres of superior Cotton, Sugar and Corn
land,-over 200 of which are cleared. It has
houses for the accommodation of an Agent and
th?.hands that may be employed.
Cotton, Corn, Fodder, Mule*, Cattle and Hog?
will be sold with the place. It is very probab e
that tho Freedmen now upon tho place may be
secured for 1SB7.
THE OTHER PLACE, about ono mile from
tho first, contains Two Hundred and Forty Acre.?,
-125 cleared,-fine Cotton land, with a Dwelling
Hou-c of five rooms, a good Gin Houso and other
Both of these places aro surrounded by grod
Cotton land belonging to tho Government.
BSP* For terms, Ac, apply to Messrs. B. C.
Bryan, D. R. Durisoe, M. AV. Sams, J. M. Witt
or E. J. Youngblood. Edgefield, S. C., or to Mr.
H. W. Long, Ocala, Florida.
Dec 3 tf 49
Pine Lands for Sale !
TWO HUNDRED (200) ACRES in all,-fifty
(50) in cultivation, the rest wall timbered.
Only five miles from Aiken, and quite convenient
to Vaucluse, hod. other markets. The dwelling
hou.?c is cumfortablo and tho out-building are
?officient Tho fruit trees nro select and flourish
iug. Thii tract is adjoining tho Hatcher lands
recently purchased hy Rev. Mr. Bell. Come,
gentlemen, who wants a good home in a healthy
region of country ? Apply to tho Subscriber al
Grnniteville, S. C.*
THOS. J. BENJI.
State of South Carolina,
Snml. W. Gardner
er, Adm'r., 1
ml. Mays, [
Bill to sell land, Ac.
Anna Mays, Saml
Susan E. Gardner, et. al. j
BY Virtue of an Order of tho Court in tbiscase,
I will iCll on tho premises (ibo residence of |
SAML. MAYS) on THURSDAY, the20th Decnexr,
the REAL ESTATE described in tho pleadings,
ONE TRACT OF LAND, on the Martintown
road, A miles of Augusta, containing Six Hun
dred and Fifty acres, moro or less,adjoining lands'
of Charles Hammond, Thomas McKie, ct ni.
Sold, On a credit of twelve months with .inter
oFt from day of Sale, except Costs of Suit and
Expenses of Sale which must bo paid in Cash.
Purchasers to give bonds with ample personal
sureties and mortgage of thc promises to secure
the purchase money. Titles Extra.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
A LSO, at the same time, for cash, will bc sold.
A. by order of tho Ordinnry, the remaining
PERSONAL PROPERTY of tho deceased, con
sifting of MULES. HORSES. HOGS, CATTLE.
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE.
ONE WAGON, PLANTATION IMPLEMENTS,
S. W. GARDNER, Adm'r.
"AT PRIVATE SALE,
MILCH COWS, and THREE NO. 1 MULES
Tho Said Mules nro Blood bays, and well matched
in nil respects ; will compare favornbly with any
Mules in tho District for beauty and symmotry.
strength and durability, aud aro perfectly tractable
and gentle in handling, working, io.
JOHN E. LEWIS.
Liberty Hill. Dec 4 _3t 49
Undersigned, ONE FOUR nORSE
ON, a lot of BEEF CATTLE. TWO
ALL persons having any claims against the
DANIEL MCDOWELL, deo'd.,
WRIGHT P. DORN, dee'd.,
S. W. OUZTS, dee'd., or
JACOB BRAKTLY OUZTS, dee'd.,
Arc notified to prevent the samo, duly attested, at
nn early dato ; And all parties in anywise indebted
fo either of said Estates aro also notified to make
payment'forthwith. Longer indulgence will not
J. W. TIMMERMAN, Adm'r. '
Dec. 4, 4t* 49.
IWill sell on, THURSDAY, tho 20th of Decem
ber, the PERSONAL PROPERTY of tho late
BENJ. P. TILLMAN, dee'd., at the late resi
dence of said deceased, consisting of a small
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
Ac, A., Ac
JAS. A. DOZIER,
Adm'r. cum Testamento onnexo.
Nov. 28, 4t 48
BY tho Subscriber, a medium sizod BAY MULE,
which tho owner can get by proving proper
ty, and paying for this advertisement.
B. R. TILLMAN.
Nov. 21, 4t 47.
GOOD AND WELL BURNT BRICKS,
FOR Sale, and now ready for dolivcrv, low for
Cash, by W. W. ADAMS.
N. E.-Heal, Corn, Bacon, Flour, Whont, Oats,
Fodder, Shucks, cr anything else I neod, taken in
exchange for Bricks. W. W. A.
ALL persons indebted to tho Estate of ALBERT
G. TURNER, dee'd. will make payment to
my brother JAMES M. TURNER, and those hav
ing demande ac iinst the Estate will please fur
nish copies of their demands to tho same.
ROBT. A. TURNER, Ex'or.
Nor.*, ? **
J C. Seh reiner & Sons, I J. C, Sehn iner & Sons
Macon, Ga.' Savar nab, Ga.
JNO. C. StSHBE?EB ?SONS,
No.<199 BROAD STREET,
. AUGUSTA, GA.,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HANI A CHOICE
)pST" All Order* from the Country Promptly At
THE BEST OF ITALIAN VIOLIN
AND GUITAR STRINGS.
STEINWAY St SONS,
SOEBBELER & SCHMIDT'S
AND (JALE 4 CO.'S
Augusta, Nor. 6,- 6m 46
FLEMING & ROWLAND,
THE Subscribers invite the attention of th?
public generally and Planters in particular, to
their Stock cf GROCERIES, conaistiDg in part
GUNNY and HEMP BAGGING;
ROPE of all kinds; "
BACON-SIDES and SHOULDERS;
MOLASSES in Hhds. and Bbls ;
A B and C SUGARS-Refined ?
CRUSHED and POWDERED SUGARS;
SUGARS of low grade;
GOOD and PRIME COFFEE;
Superfine Family and Extra Family FLOUR ;
WHITB.ond YELLOW CORN;
FRESH BEAT RICE ;
SALT, IRON, NAILS ;
GRINSTONES, NOVA SCOTIA GRITS;
RICHMOND FACTORY OSNOURGS;
" ? . STRIPES ;
" 11 KERSEYS;
Plain and Twilled.
?33- We aro prepared to sell Goods L?W for
Cash or on Short Draft.
FLEMING & ROWLAND.
Angosta, Sept 15 3m38
X S. COLES,
FACTOR AND FORWARDING
:i4i Reynold Street,
(Near South Carolina Depot,)
Will Seil Colton and Produce Gen
OR RECEIVE THE SAME OS STORAGE.
Will Famish or Parchase Planters'
Augusto, Aug 15 6m 83
PRIME Western Mixod CORN, for feeding,
Primo Yellow CORN, for Meal and distilling,
Primo Marjland White CORN for milling,
OATS, Black and White,
RYE, BARLEY and WHEAT, for seed.
A full supply of the above, direct from Balti
more and the West, kept constantly in storo, put
up in fino BURLAP SACKS, in perfect order for
-hipping or wagoning any distance without waste.
BAGGING, ROPE and planters supplies gen
For sale at the lowest market prices, by
Ai H. KEITHA?!,
Late of Charleston, S. C.,
Jackson St, Betwoen Globe Hotel and Bell Tower,
Mr. JOHN LYON, formerly of Edgeficld will
bc happy to see his friends at the above house.
NOT. 20, 1m 47
A LARGE Stock of OVERCOATS,
ranging in price from 912 to 940.
Now on Hand,
A First Rate Stock of all kinds of
MENS aad BOYS CLOTHING.
AU Goods at Very Lowest Prices.
J. A. VAtf WINKLE.
Augu?ia, Nov ll 2m 46
J. M. YOUNGBLOOD,
R. C&H, H. EASTERLING
General Commission Merchant?,
No. 130 BROAD STREET,
RESPECTFULLY beg lcatro to inform their
friends of Edgeficld and the adjoining Districts,
*nd tho public generally, that they have on hand
and are constantly seceivng, A WELL SE
LECTED STOCK OF
Groceries of Everj Description,
Which they offer at the the LOWEST MARKET
They will also give strict a tention to the Sale
of all COUNTRY PRODUCE Consigned to them.
And will fill all orders, in -heir lino, with dis
patch, at the lowest market prices.
Augusta, Oct 22 tf 43
A. A. E E ALL. J. H. SPEAR:). W. H. PORTER.
BEAU, SPEARS & CO,,
WAREHOUSE & COMMISSION
Fire-Proof Warehouse, No. 5, Campbell Street,
WILL GIVE STRICT PERSONAL ATTEN
TION TO STORAGE and SALE of
COTTON, GRAIN, BACON, FLOUR,
AND OTHER DRODUCE.
^SrOrders for BAGGING, ROPE and FAMI
LY SUPPLIES promptly filled.
The usual CASH ADVANCES made on pro
duce in store.
The patronage of their Fi ?ends and the Public
generally respectfully solicited.
Angusta, Sept 25 . _ 3m39
FLEMING & WRIGHT,
No. X, Warren Block,
BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, GRAIN, .
AND SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
.^?-Consigumcnts of COTTON particularly
solicited, for which wo have CLOSE, FIRE
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