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Floor Oil Cloths,
TAI .fi OIL CLOTHS,
COCOA IND CANTON MATTINGS,
DAMASK, LACE AND MUSLIN
IN NEW STYLES!
The attention of thoso in vant are invited to
th* above new and beautiful line of Goods.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO,,
205 Broad Street,
Augusta, Dee 22 4m 52
THE HESPERIAN HARP!
ACOLLECTION OF PSALM and HYMN
TUNES, ODES and ANTHEMS, and Sun
day School, Infant, Revival, Temperance, Patri
otic aud Moral Pieces, and containing alto a num
ber of Scotch, German, Irish and other fine com
position?,-much new Music never before pub
lished,-and an Exposition of the Principles of
Munie, and of Musical Composition, by William
Just received a large number of the above work
at GEO. A. OATES,
No 240 Broad Stroet, Augusta, Ga.
Dec 17 tf 51
THE SACRED HARP!
ACOLLECTION of PSALM and HYMN
TUNES, ODES and ANTHEMS solocted
from the most eminent Authors, together with
nearly One Hundred Pieces or Munie nover be
fore publisbod, suited to most Metres, and well
adapted to Churches of every denomination, Sing
ing Schools, and Private Societies, and Plain
Rules for Learners, by B. F. White nnd E. J.
King, to which is added Appendix 1 containing
a variety of Standard and P.-ivato Tunes not
comprised in the body of tho work,-Compiled,
by a Committee appointed by the Southern Mu
sical Convention. Also, Appendix 2, containing
77 Pieces of new composition by distinguished
writors, never before pu\diihkd. A new and mush
Just recoived and for ?nie br
GEO. A. OATES,
Ko. 240, Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Doo 17 tf 51
(CCT THIS OCT.)
AUGUSTA SEO STORE !
NO. ?5 Washington Street,
One Door South of Broad Street. The South
Carolina Railroad passes through Washing
ton Streot, connecting with the Geor
THE Subscriber respectfully informs the chi
tons of Edgefield District, and the surrounding
country, that he is now receipt of a LARGE
GARDEN AND FIELD SEED,
CROP OF 1806,
And will receive throughout the Season CON
STANT ADDITIONS, all of which are UN
SURPASSED IN QUALITY, and WARRANT
ED AS REPRESENTED.
My MAMMOTH CORN is expected by next
On hind White, Red and Yellow ONION
Also, Buist'? Splendid Almanac and Garden
Manuel, for Gratuitous distribution. Call and
got a eopy.
E5??Cash orders will meet with prompt atten
tion. Small packages sent by mail free of post
?S"K liberal d?duction to Country Merchants.
C. PE HB LE.
Augusta, Deo 29. St 52
Cheaper Than Ever !
THE following line of Goods, of the first qual
ity, we are now selling at very low prices :
A small Stock of Dry Goods, latest styles;
Gents' Furnishing Goods ;
Fine All Wool Blankets;
Wbito and Colored Flannels,
Tabling, Diaper, Towels ;
Loag Cloths, Unbleached Goods ;
Bed Tick, Stripes ;
Table and Linen Damasks ;
Piano aud Table Covers, ?c., kt., Ac.
Ladies' Gaiters, Shoos, Bootees and Slippers ;
(?unts* French Calf and Goat Shoes and Gaitars;
Misses' and Children's Shoes, with and without
N^-ro Men and Women's Shoes, all kinds.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
Tuns, Buckets, Heelers, Churns and Mcaiuies
Baskets of all kinds und shapes;
Scrubbing. Dusting, Floor, Hand, Blacking,
Hair, Pope, Head, Horse and Whitewisb
Brooms of all kinds.
Window Glass, all silos ;
Nail', all sixes ;
Gunny Bagging ;
Green Leaf, Manilla and Jute Rope;
Twines, Saih Cord', Clothe Linus and Pins ;
S hu vols, Spades, Forks, Hakes and Hoes;
A .tv?, Axe Handles, lLitcbots ;
Smith k Wessen and Colt's Repeaters ?
Notions of every doscrip.ion.
To all of which your otto, tim is invited, and
all of which will be sold at a small adranco on
cost of importation.
JAS. G. BAILIE & CO.,
205 Broad Streit, Augusta, Ga.
Dec 22 tf 52
G. W. Cox WAT, S. Tr RX K ?,
Of Kentucky. Of Hdgefield, S. C.
SALE Ai UTERI STABLES
CONWAY & TURNER,
?aupbcll St., Between Broad and Jieynoldt,
NBAR PLAKTBnS HoTBL,
A.I.L KINDS of VEHICLES and SADDLE
HORSES for Hir?. Also, Fine CARRIAGES,
strictly for Family use.
Match Horses, Single Harness Horses, end
Saddle Horses bought, or sold on Commission.
Covered accommodation on tho Premises for
Two Hundred Head of Mules.
' August, Oat 15 3m42 j
HOLMES' BOOK HOUSE,
OLD SION OE
Corner King and Wen?wor?h-stree?s,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
BEAUTIFUL GIFT BOOKS, &C, FOR
A LARGE VARIETY OP JUVENILE BOOKS,
English editions, handsomely bound and illus
STEREOSCOPIC INSTRUMENTS, with abean
tiful assortment bf French, Swiss and American
Views and Transparencies.
.SOLD AND SILVER PEN AND PENCIL CA
SES, Writing Desks and Writing eases, Portfo
lios, French, and English Fancy Note Papers
and Envelopes stamped to ordor with names or
initials, in oolors or plain.
EPISCOPAL PRAYER BOOKS, Bnglish edi
tions, various sizes, in every variety of bindings.
BIBLES ; a very extensive assortment, embra
cing all the varieties published by The Oxford
University Pies?, Byre ? Spootswood, and
Bagster's unrivaled editions.
THE MONTHS ; Illustrated by Pen and Pencil,
EASTWOOD ; b r Doctor Macleod, $7.50.
OUR LIFE ; Illustrated by Pen and Peneil, $2.25.
GEMS OF LITERATURE; Elegant rare aad
ENGLISH SAC?.ED POETRY OF THE OLDEN
PEN AND PENCIL PICTURES FROM THE
JUVENILE VBRSE AND PICTURE BOOK,
LEAVES FROM LIFE, $3.75.
PICTORIAL JOURNEY THROUGH THE HO
LYLAND, $3. iO.
SWISS PICTURES, Drawn with Pen and Penoil,
! HALF HOURS WITH THE BEST FRENCH
I AUTHORS, $5.00.
All tho above are English editions, fully illus
trated in the high sst style of art, printed on tinted
paper, and olegantly bound.
THE BRITISH POETS, handsomely illustrated,
and a fino Steel Portrait of euch. London edi
tions. Muslin, extra gilt edged, $2.00 each;
Turkey Morocco, antique, $3.50 each.
Es?" Any Book in this list will be sent by mail,
/ree of postage, on roceipt of pri?e.
??HOLMES? BOOK HOUSE,"
CHAULESTOX, S. C.
W. C. TILTON,
SC ?TH ATLANTIC WHARP,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
AGENT for GEO. PAGE A CO., cf Baltimore,
Md., CELEBRATED PATENT PORTA
BLE SAW MILLS, STEAM ENGINES and
BOILERS, HORSE POWERS, GRIST MILLS,
TIMBER WHEELS, Ac. Duplicates furnished
at short notice. Circular and Gang Saws at Man
Agricultural Implements of every description:
PAGE'S Celebrated GARDEN, PLOUGH.
A Splendid Assortment of S?SHES, DOORS,
BLINDS, Ac, HICKORY, ASH, and OAK
RIMS, POLES and SHAFTS for Buggies, Car
riages and Wagons, oil kinds of Carriage Mate
WHITE PINE, SPRUCE, OAK, WALNUT,
MAHOGANY and CEDAR LUMBER of every
Charleston, Doc 17 Sm51
No. 153, Meeting Street;
GEORGE C. GOODRICH,
PHILLIP WIN EM AN,
?lilli HUI IX l Vi i
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
Charleston, S. C.,
LEK I SELL,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
North-East Corner Meeting and Market Sit.
INVITE the Trade to oxamine their full and
varied assortment of
BONNETS and HATS, trimmed and untrimmed,
RIBBONS, of all descriptions,
DRESS CAPS, NETS,
VEILS, of newost designs,
RUCHES, LACES. CRAPES,
HOOPS, Ac, Ac
Charle.ton, Oct 1 6m 40
GEO, ff, WILLIAMS 4 H,
CHURCH ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES will bo made
on COTTON Consigned to either House.
Charleston, Oct 10 3m41
A MONTH!-AGENTS wanted for
ix entirely nett articles, just out. Ad
dress 0. T. OARKY City Building, Biddleford
Me. June ? inwly 2%
More New Goods.
ALICOES. GINGHAMS, POPLINS ;
French M ERIN OES and DELAINES ;
Bleached and Brown SHIRTINGS ;
do do SHEETINGS ;
BLANKETS, SHAWLS. OSNABURGS;
A good lot of SHOES and HATS;
SUGAR, COFFEE. CHEESE. MACARONI ;
RAISINS, CANDIES and APPLES;
And many othor articles to suit the times, whieh
will bc sold at the lowest Cash prices.
B. C. BRYAN, Agent.
?NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF
GROCERIES just received, embracing all
(GC-OD THINGS,) i
Required During the Holidays !
Table WINES and COOKING WI3E3;
Ol?! BRANDY, Old WHISKEY;
RUM and GIN:
5 kg* Pure Old Irish and Sootoh WHISKEY
Just received und for sale by
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO.,
203 Broad Street, Augusta-, Ga..
Large Additional1 Supplies 1
228 BROAD STREET,
Would again respectfully inform the public that one of the Firm has just
returned from New York, with LARGE and 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.
LOOS AT FEIGES!
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, ia new and fashionable colors, 15 cents,
Pure Linen Cambric Hdk'fs., 12J cents ench,
Fine White Long Cloth, 15 cents per yard,
10-4 Heavy Sheeting, 80 cents per yard,
Fine Ribbon Bound Blankets, $5,00 per pair.
Particular attention is invited to the elegant and choice selections in our
SS GOODS DEPARTMENT,
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Rich Irish Poplins, Poplin Reps, Moire Antique Silks, Plain Silks, Rep Silks, in
th? latest and most desirable shades;'
Beaut iful Plain White Taifele Gros De Nop and Gros Dc Ecosse Silks, for Bridal
Choice Colors in Alpacas, at 50 cents per yard ;
Beautiful Empress Cloths, very cheap;
Rich and handsome Plaids, in line Poplins and Mohairs ;
An elegant stock of Merinoes, nil qualities and colors;
Heavy Rich Black Poplins, for Mourning;
Fine Bluck Merinos and Alpacas, fir Mourning,
Empress Cloths, highly finished goods, for Mourning,
Lupin's Fine Bombazines, " "
All qualities in Canton Cloths, " "
Delaines, all wool and mixed, " M
Choice selections in Second Mourning Goods ;
Rluck and White Check Poplins, ?cc.
THE HEAVIEST AND RECBEST BLACK PILKS IN
THE HARKET, 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,
I) cavy Mosaic Wool Shawls,
Black and White Check Itf>ng 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 lower than they have ever been offered ;
Marseilles Quilts, in great variety, from 10 to 13-4, some Yery hundsome;
Linen Sheetings nod 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,
Dairask, Damask Bordered, Fringed Huckaback and Huckaback and Crash
Turkish Bath Towels,
Dian er Towellings,
Russia and Scotch 3 and 4-4 Bird's Dye Diapers, some very fine,
Napkins, Doylies and Tea Napkins,
8-4, )-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,
5-4: Fine Flannels, Welch, Shaker ard Dornest Flannels,
Heavy Grey, Blue and Red Twilled Flannels,
Of era Flannels, all colors, 1
Heavy Kerseys, for Plantation wear,
Fine North Carolina Jeans,
Heavy Kentucky Jeans, very desirable goods,
Low priced Jeans, in great variety,
Fire Fancy Cassimercs,
Fine Black Broadcloths, Doeskins, Cassimeres, Beaver Cloths, &c.
DOMESTIC GOODS LOWER THAN EVER
All the Fine Grades American and English Prints,
Tickings, Stripes, Checks and Linseys, all qualities,
Denims, Osnaburgs, Shirtings and Sheetings always on hand.
FINE WHITE GOODS.
Soft finish Cambrics, Jaconets, Check Nainsooks, White and Colored Tarlotans,
Swiss Muslins, India Twills, die.
Rich Laces and Embroideries, Collars, Setts, Edgings, Insertings, (fcc.
Fine English Hosiery, Ladies', Misses', Gent's and Boys' Half Hose.
Woolen Hosiery, in great variety, Notions, &c.
g^=To Jobbers buying in our market, we would say examine our prices before
GRAY, MULLARKY & CO.
Augusta, Dec 3,
1228 Broad Street, Augusta, Gai
PURE PERUVIAN GUANO
SHIP ST. LAWRENCE.
E havo now on hand, and in transita,
200 Tons of Pare Pe ru vi au Guano.
Ibis Guano is aelectod, among several Cargoes,
from tho Ship St. Laurence, ss containing a lar
ger proportion of Ammonia than nsual.' It goes
into NO SECOND HANDS, (which would ren
der it very liable to adulteration at the prosont
high rates,) hat is shipped to as direct by the
PERUVIAN GOVERNMENT AGENT
himself, and boneo we are enabled te GUARAN
TEE THE PURITY OF EVERY BAG SOLD.
A liboral discount will be made to cash purcha
sers of ten tons or upwards. Orders promptly
LARGE STOCKS Off
Hoyt's Super-Phosphate Lime,
In Lots of 5 Tons or more, per ton, $63,00
" Smaller Lots, ? " 63,00
Bauglfs Raw Bone Super-Plios.,
In Lots of 5 Ton? or more, por ton, $67,00
? Smaller Lota, " " 70,00
Soluble Paeifle -Guano,
In Lots of 5 Ton? or more, per tf n, $75,00
? Smaller Lota, " " 80,00
jS^-Those Manaros have been used ia Georgia
[and South Carolina, the first (Hoyt's) sine? 1856,
-the two last during the past season, with grati
fying rosults. We havo testimonials from well
known Planters highly favourable.
J. 0,. MATHEWSON & CO.,
285 Broad Street,
Augusta, Dec 22 2m 53
"" COTTON LANDS.
THE cubscribors offer at private tale, bl Tracts
to sait purchasers, the following lands belong
ing to tho Estate of Col. JAM S'S TOMPKINS,
deceased, situated in Sdgofleld District, near
Savannah River, andaboat thirty-two miles above
Augusta., viz :
The Tract known as the PLANTATION, .oa
taining about Sercnteon Hundred Acras of fino
Cotton and Grain Land, having thereon a small
bat comfortable Dwolling, 12 or 15 Negro Houses,
Gin House, Cribs, Stablos, ?c. Before the war
this place with twenty-five hands (tho larger num
ber women with cbildron) produced oas hundred
and seventy-five Balo? of Cotton, with an abun
dant supply, of provision, and could do it again
with propor cultivation. The faeces are in good
order, and a good crop of Oats sown, and the place
in good condition for a crop the next year. Wo
would soil all tho Stock, Wagons, Tools and Pro
visions on tho place to the purchaser, if ht desired.
THE WHITE HOUSE or TUCKER POND
TRACT with tho WILSON PLACE, containing
about Twelvo Handrod and Twenty-five Aoros.
This placo is ?fell improved hawing a fine Dwel
ling, Store House, Negro Hcuscs and all necessa
ry outbuildings, and a Tannery in full and enccois
ful operation. It has been, and is now, a good
stand for a Country Store. A large part of tho
lands.are in nativo forest of the best quality ; of j
the cler.red land a good deal is fresh and in floe
condition for a crop.
For Price and Terms, which will bo accommo
dating to an approved purchaser, apply on the
S. S. TOMPKINS, 1
J. W. TOMPKINS. J " orfl'
Edgofiold, S. C., Dec. 18, tf 51
TUE PLANTATION ON TURKEY CREEK,
six milos above Edgetiold C. H., on tho
Ninety-Six Road, adjoining Mrs. Nicholson, D.
R. Strother, Daniel Holland uud other?-, contain
Six Hundred & Twenty-Three Acres,
Between VJ and 100 of which ?ire fi re t ela?? Creek
Bottoms, and 125 acres of upland recontly open
ed, uud now in fino condition for Cotton, nnd 250
acres of ai lino forest lund :is there is in the
District. On tb? pbicoarc nil necessary improve
ments for a well arranged plantation. Th,? plan
tation is without doubt thc best iu tbo neighbor
hood, which is uot rurpiuscd by any lands in tbo
District A good Crop of OaU bu* already boon
sown upon tho plojje.
CSP"Apply to Daniel Holland, Esq.. or tho
Subscriber. S. S. TOMPKINS.
Edgefield C, H., Doc 15 2t 51
BY Virtuo of an order from tho Ordinary of
Edgefield District, I will sell on FRIDAY,
the 2Sth day of December, inst., at tho late resi
dence of Capt. TRISTAM B. CROOKER, dee'd,
tho PERSONAL ESTATE of said deccoaed,
STO.CK OF CATTLE AND nOQS,
CORN, FODDER, SHUCKS,.
KITCHEN UTENSILS, ?c., Ao.,
Also a Sot of fine SURVEYORS INSTRU
TERMS-Cash in Specie,
B. A. JONES, Adm'r.
Dec. 12, Ste - 50
State of South Carolina,
John C. Lanier, Adm'or., et al, ] Bill forpaymont
TS I of debts. Parti
M. C. Sohier ot al, by | lion, call in
Guardian od litem. J Creditor;, ic
BY Virtue of an Order of the Court in this
ouse, I will proceed to .'ell at thu rcsidenco
of ibo lato DAVID SEIOLER, on TUESDAY,
the Sth day of January Dcxt, .
TUE TRACT OF LAND whereon Mrs. Sedg
ier and family now reside, containing Five llun
(jrod Acres, more or les*, adjoining lauds of Robt,
Chontbam, Wm. Suiglcr, and Estates of S. Zim
merman aud Warren Winn.
TERMS.-On a credit of twslro months with
intcrost from date. Purchaser to give Bond with
two or more good eurotloa, and a mortgage, to *c
curo tbo purchaso inonoy. Costs to be paid in
gold. Titles oxtra.
Z. W. CARWILE, c.B.B.D.
Dee 17, 1868. 3t 51
At thc same placo, on same day, will bo Bold,
by ordor from tho Ordinary, for ?oah in Specie,
tho balance of thc Personal Estate of DANIEL
SEIGLER, doe'd., consisting of ?
HORSES, COWS, HOGS, SHEEP.
CORN, FODDER, SHUCKS,
PORK, BLACKSMITH TOOLS,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, Ae.
JOHN C. LANIER, Adm'r. .
Doc 17 St 51
N Puriiuanco of an Order from the Ordinary, I
_, shall proceed to sell at tho lato residence of
SIMEON CROUCH, deceased, one and a quarter
milos N. E. of Mt. Willing, on THURSDAY,
thc 3d January next, all tbo PERSONAL ES
TATE of said deceased, consisting of
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURB,
HORSE, MULES, CATTLE, HOGS,
COTTON AND COTTON SEED,
CORN, FODDER, WHEAT, SHUCKS,
BLACKSMITH AND PLANTATION TOOLS,
ONE BUGGY, WAGONS, Ac.
^ay-Terras, Cash in Spocio, or its equivalent
on dclivory. FRANCES CROUCH,
Dec 17 flt 51
IN Pursuanco of an ordor from tte Ordinary, ,1
shali proceed to soil at the law residenco of
S. CROUCH, dee'd., all tho PERSONAL ES
TATE of JOHN CROUCH, doe'd., on THURS
DAY, 3d January next, consisting of
MULES, WAGON AND HARNESS,
WARDROBE, Ac, Ap.
jZ3?*Terms Cash in Gold, or its equivalent, on
F. CROUCH, Adm'x.
Dec 17 3t 51
THE Creditors of the Istato of DAVID
OUARLES, dee'd., aro heroby notified that
a settlement will bo made on his Estato in (ho
Ordinary's Offico, on tho third Monday in Janua
ry next, ]8G9. AU claims must bo presented in
duo form on that day to tho Administrator.
JOHN QUARLES, Adm'r.
GENTLEMAN, competent to Toach, desires
? a situation as Teacher of a school in the
eountry. Apply at this office.
ITbv? t, ? -fj. J
COME AND SEE
HEAVY AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
FOREICI AID D0MESTTn
A.t 262 Broad Street, Augusta.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Oar friends and the public will find it to their advan
tage to examine our Goods before they buy elsewhere.
SHIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS,
LINSEYS AND IERSEYS,
APRON CHECKS, JEANS,
BLACK AND COLORED DRESS SILKS,
LADIES' CLOAKS, Newest Style,
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CALICOES,
IRISH LACES, Imported,
FRENCH AND ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS,
GENTS' AND LADIES' HATS,
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 GOODS !
f HE SUBSCRIBER ha* the pleasure of informing his fronds and patrons that he
has again opened at tho old stand, so long and favorably known as
SETZE'S DRY GOODS CORNER,
A. -Large and Well Selected Stock of
Staple and Fanej Irj Goods,
EMBRACING EVER? VARIETY OF GOODS
US U ALL LY 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 shave of the generous patronage so long bestowed upon the old concerti.
HE WOULD RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT PUBLIC FAVOR.
Thc sorviccs of Mr. WM. O. NORREL having also been secured, his old
friends and customers are respectfully solicited to favor him with a call.
J. SETZE, Agent,
195 Broad Sired, Augusta, Ga*
Nov. T, 2m
. mmi mmmmn m PRICES
WINTEK DEY GOODS !
WORTH OF WINTER DRY GOODS
To be Sold at an Advance of Only IO Per Cent, on
THE WELL KNOWN FIRM OF
J. D. A. MURPHY & CO.,
Bein? desirous of CLOSING OUT THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF WINTER GOODS,
have decided to reduce their prices to Precisely IO Per Cent, on Prime Cost.
?^To Merchants, Planters, and the public generally, ia hero presented a RARE OP
PORTUNITY for purchasing all kinds of Goods at UNPRECEDENTEDLY LOW PRI
?3S"Terms CASH on delivery on all sums under $100; for $100 and over, a eredh
of Fifteen Days will be giver., upon approved City acceptances.
?3TIt ia to the advantage of all who desire GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES te
cali and examine our Stock before making their purchases.
J. D. A. MURPHY & CO.,
No. 314 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
B?"This will show that L. SHEPPARD is still at the above named House, and
respectfully invites his friends to come and give him a call before purchasing elsewhere, as
lie thiuka he can sell them Goods as ('heap or Cheaper than any other Store in the City.
Augusta, Dec ll lm 50
Medical Notice. JEIaX'cL'YVail*?
POSITIVE. MOORE & CO,
HAVING to pay Cash for all ve buy, we, thc .
Undersigned, have concluded to adopt tho OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL
:ASH SYSTEM in tho PRACTJ CE of MEDI- 9,t . ... , . "
:iNE. commencing first day of January, 1S67. *?*0 JaTOaQ M., AllgUSia, hit.
)ur charges will bo u followa, t3 wit : IMPORTEES. A ND DEALERS IN j
Fifty Cents a mite, Ono Dollar for Visit, and
)no Dollar for prescription.
Consultation Foo, Ten Dollars and mileogo
Simple Obstetrical Cases, Ten Dollars and
ililougo. DitScult canoe charged higher.
Night practice will be chargod double the
Medicino whon furnished will be chargod at low
Tho abovo to bo paid in Gold, or its equivalent.
TH08. H. PATTISON,
J. D. JENNINGS,
T. J. JENNINGS,
LANIER k LEWIS,
C. M. BURKHALTER,
J. J. CARTLEDGE,
II. C. GARRETT,
R. S. KEY,
P. II. ADAMS,
G. H ORD.
DeeS. . fit 49
rVR. J. WALTER HILL has rwmovod to tho
Lr Dwelling recently occupied by Dr. W. M.
1U.IT, whero he may be found at all times'whon
ot jgjs?$B|?ioaaily eogage>l.
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
HOES, STRAW CUTTERS,
CORN SHELLERS, PLOWS,
HARROWS, SHOVELS, SPADES,
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY,
cVC, &C. &C.
Augusta, Nor. 10 3m 46
Executor's I\ ot Ice.
ALLporsons indebted to the KititeofJOHN
QUATTLEBATJM, dee'd., will ,-lcIBO -make
immediato payment, and all persons having de
mands against the said'Estate aro requested to
present them,duly atteste^tothenndersignedat
the late rosidenco of tho deceased, on or before
the 30th day of January 1867, ai there will be?
finalsottloment of the Estate on that day.
THE "LAMP MAN/'
So, 172Broad Street, Augusta, Geo.,
[NTENDS to partly change his business, and
will offer for THIRTY DAYS '
* Ghrea.t Bargains!
LIMPS, CHAPELIERS, &c, &e.
Most of his Goods will be offered for " Oreen
'?acVs" A S LOW, AND SOME LOWER, than
the Gold price prior to tho War.
Thu is a BABE CHANCE to all who need any
sind Sf Lamps.
And it onght to be known that Ur. FABB now
leila the only
Gremiine Kerosene Oil
To bo found ia Augusta, and at same pri?e of
?3-Don't forgot that ho hu movsd to 172
Broad Street, opposite the Augusta Hotel, sign
if th? BED LANTEBN as before.
N. B.-Messrs. MOOBE k BBOWN, CBOCK
EBY and GLASSWARE DEALEBS aro located
n same Building.
Augusta, Deo 10 lm 50
rc. Schreiner & Sons, I J. C. Sehrciner & Sons
Macon, Go. Savannah, Ga.
no, iiciifliHi tim
No.'lOO BROAD STREET,
* AUGUSTA, GA.,
[REP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A CHOICE
# SELECTION OJ?
?ST* All Ordert from the Country Promptly At
THE BEST OF ITALIAN VIOLIN
- AND GUITAR STRINGS.
TEINWAY k SONS,
SOEBBELER k SCHMIDT'S
AND GALE k CO.'S '
Augusta, Nov. 5, 6m 45
No. 207 1-2 Broad Street,
TEJCT BELOW GEO. B. Cnuxr <t Co.,
IRE, MARINE, RIVER, RAILROAD AND
rAKES BISKS in the following Wcll-Known
and Substantial Companies, which repre*
mt in tho aggregate
OME INSURANCE COMPANY, New York.
ECURITY INSURANCE CO., Now York.
ANHATTAN INSURANCE ?0., New York.
TL ANTIC INSURANCE CO., Irooklyn, N. Y.
PRINGFIELD INS. CO., Springfield, Mass.
NICKERBOCKER LIFE INS. CO>,Ncw York.
. Y. ACCIDENTAL INS. CO., New Yolk.
Southern Companies :
DURANCE OF THE VALLEY of VA.
'OODVILLE INSURANCE COMPANY,
UFAULA HOME, Alabama.
ISSISSIPPI VALLEY INS. CO., ML-s.
isurancc Taken on All Kinds of
The above Companies arc of the best Standard
id tried. No obstructions in settlements for
ss. Every facility given in adjustment of
aims. Abundant means is provided lg these
smpanics to meet all losses,-and NO RETU
IATI0N is the motto.
JOS. E. MARSHALL, Agent.
Augusto, Nov 27 lm -ts
lOflHDS. CHOICE BACON,-Clear Sides,
Ribbed Sides, Regulars and Shoulders.
50 Bbls. Northern and Western FLOUR,
IO Tierces Prime CAROLINA RICE,
25 Bbbls. Re?ned B. SUGAR,
5 Hhds. MUSCOVADO SUGAR,
IO Bbls 1st Quality Golden SYRUP,
IO Hhds. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES,
50 Bbls. Large No. 3 VACKEREL,
)00 Sacks Choice Brcaa CORN
75 Boxos FAMILY SOAP,
30 Boxes ADAMANTINE CANDLES,
75 Bbls. and Boxes CRACKERS and BIS
50 Bbls. Bourbon and other WHISKEYS
Largo Lot of OSE LIQUORS all varieties,
25 doz. HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE, Pints,
40 Casks BURTON ON TRENT ALE, in
Pin ti and Quarts,
10 Chests Jenkins k Co's, TEAS in Small
75 Kegs Old Dominion NAILS, .ruortcd Sizes,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, CANDIES,
RAISINS, ALMONDS, PEPPER,
00 Kegs LARD,
00 Sacks SALT,
Large lot of BAGGING and ROPE always
And every thing usually kept in my linc,
For salo by
Augusta, Sept 4, tf 36
ONLEYTFORCE & CO.,
BOLDEST SHOE HOUSE IN GEORGIA,
. Wholesale and Retail
OOTS, SHOES, LEATHEH, LASTS,
SHOE PEGS AND SHOE .MAKING
MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS ,
VE ARE NOW RECEIVING a l;rge and
11 seleoted Stock of BOOTS, SHOES, LEATH
t, kc, which wo will sell at tho LOWEST
?LRKET PRICES. *
?p5j*"0ur Stock is well adapted to suit the
rall and examino our Stock beforo purchasing
CONLEY, FORCE & CO.
Vu gu? ta, Sept 25 3m 39
189 Broad Street, Augnsia, Georgia,
Koopa Constantly on Hand
ll Ike Latest Newspapers
ite hovels, School Dooks,
INSCRIPTIONS takci and forwaadVT nt
?fl. orders from ihe country-will reeerrs prompt
ntlon. ) ' .
ack numbers of LITERARY PAPERS and
B9-CaU at QUINN'S RAIL KOA]) NEWS
POT, 1S9 -Broad Street, next door below
, Augusta, Ga.