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?dgefield Meile Academy
THE NEXT SESSION of this School r.ill
commence tbo Uta of February, and closo
ho 2Sth of Juno.
1 . i .
Terns, pc- Se s i ion of Fit* Mouth*.
Primary Dopartment, . - $20,80
Academic Department, 25,00
Board, includin j fuel, lights aud
These charges are In Specie, payable" one-half |
in a?Vance, and tho. balance* at tho middle of tho
No deduction will be made for absence, except
in cases of protracted sickness.
L. E. GWALTNEY.
Jan 15 - tf '3
Female Academy .j
THE EXERCISES of this Academy will com
mence on tho 4th Monday in January, nuder
the supervision of Miss BETTIE MILLER. .
Rates of Tnltioa; ' ' j '
Per Session ol' Fire Months, io be paid in-ad
vance in Currency.
Elementary Branches, $1-0,00
Eng. Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, Jt5,00
Higher Eng. Branches, JduJiomatics, Aa- :
cient Languagos, 20,00
Pupils will bc charged* from time of entrance,
until the end of the Session.
Board can be obtained in tho immediate neigh
borhood at moderate rates.
G. J. SHEPPARD, !
' J. H. YELLDELL, j
J. C. LANIER,
JOHN E. LEWIS; I
A. BUSHNELL, [
Jan 15 2t* 3
COXESBURY, S. C.
THE EXERCISES OP THIS COLLEGE
will, be resumed the first Monday in Feb
An efficient and FULL CORPS OP TEACH
ERS will be employed, under the direction of
Professor EISENMEIER as President of the
The low rates cf Tuition, the' location of the
College, together with tho many advantages for
recuring a systematic and thorough education,
offers inducements inforior to no Institution in the
Good Board can be obtained at $12 to $15 per
^S~For further information, address
F. F. GARY,
Secretary of the Boord of Trustees.
Jan 15 . . 3t_3_
THE Exercises of this Academy will commenc
on tho 2d Monday in Junuary, under the su
pervision of Mr. 3. KEESE.
-. Mr. KEBSS'S reputation as a Gentleman, flue
Scholar, and his success as a Teacher of long ex
perience'is Well and favorably established in
H* possesses that peculiar tact for training and
instructing bis Pupils, which so well lits him for
Rates pf Tuition,
Per Session of Five Months, in Gold :
Orthography, Reading, Writing, Mental Arith
metic and Prim. Geography, $12;0U
Eng.-Grammar, School Geography, Arith
metic, Algebra and Modern.History, 16,00
Latin, Greek, French, Natural Philosophy,
Higher Mathematics, &c, 20,00
The Scholastic year will be divided into two
Sessions of Five Months each.
Goo?! Boarding can bo obtained in thc immedi
ate vicinity at the usual Tates of eountry B-iard-.
Ouly a limited number 6f Scholar- will be ad
Pupils will bc charged from time of cut ra noe
uaiil thc end of thc Session.
No deductions will bo made fur absence, unless
in eases of protracted sickness of two weeks or
Tho Trustees feel confident that Mr. ESBSE'S
energy and qualifications will iusurc Mitre satis
J. A. BLAND.
M. B. WEVHR,
J. M. C?GBURN,
Jan 1 lin 1
OLEAR mm ACADEMY.
IwiR open a SCHOOL AT CLEAR SPRING
ort thc first Mom ay io February next.
The location is in e-. jry respect suitable for u
seat ol' learning, healthy, in thu midst ol' a moral
an! intelligent community, yet sufficiently seclud
ed. Young meu especially wishing to propare
for College will .find here every adtantnge.
Board can be obtained in thc best families at
$H> per mouth.
The Scholastic Year will oonsist of Forty
Rates of Tuition.
Elemeatary Branches, - - - ? - - $20.00
Eng?iih Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, 30.00
Higher Eng. Broncho;, Mathematics, An
cient Languages, ...... $-10.00
To bo paid half yearly, in advance, and ia gold
or its equivalent. m
J. L. LESLY.
Jun. 2, 5t 1 '
, FISK'S PATENT
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
TUS Subscriber i as ju?t received an assort
mont of thejo beautiful Rosewood finish
METALLIC BURIAL OASES and CASKETS
Air-right and indestructible--forprotoeting and
prejerving the Doad-whieb he will sell at but a
molerate advanc t origino!costand transporta
tion. Wbereve: traduced these Casos have the
preference ov<" i others. ,
fi^^Ordcrs mptly filled. Terms, of oojirse,
strictly Cash. J. M. WITT.
Edgefleld, Mar IS tf ll
IE Subscribers respectfully announce thai
. tiny are now prepared to do all work ia the
COVCII MAKING and REPAIRING BU.-J
NES-? that mty be entrusted to them, in a work-,
manlike manner, and witL ncatnesrand dispatch'
Wo havo on hand * few CARRIAGE8 aadsu
perior BUGGIES,of our. uwamanufacture,whkh
we will ?eil low.
All kinds of REPAIRING done promptly and
warranted to gi vu satisfaction.
:jSs>As wesell ONLY FOR CASn, oaTprices
ar unusually reasonable. All wo otk is atrial.
SMITH & JONES.
Mar 7 tf 10
TUE Undersigned gives notice that be ls now
prepared to have REPAIRED in a good ami
workmanlike manner, WAGONS, CARRIAGES,
IVlJiG.QlE?, ami other Vehicles that may Lo
brought to bis Shops, at fair and reasonable pri
ces for Cash.
NEW WAGONS, CARTS and BUGGIES will
feljn bo put up in tho best style, afld on as reason,
able term'* os ean be afforded.
Having EFFICIENT and EXPERIENCED
WORKMEN in my Shops, and a got d supply of
the BEST SEASONED TIMBER, no poins will
bc spared tojrivo cntiro satinfactipn to those who
may send their work to these Shops.
w. w. ADAMS,
Sept. 2% lt 31)
1 PER YEAR I-We want Agents
?JJ)XOW everywhere to seil our lurnovKb
$2U Sawing Machines. Three new kinds. Under
and.upper feed. Sent?n trial. Warranted ?vo
years.- Abovo salary or Iorgo commissions puivL.
The ONLY m i.'hines joli in United States fur U-.-i
than.$40, wbieh are/iii/y licensed ty/fow?, Witt
ier tl Wilson, Grover ii- Bakert SS*??rr J; ?'o., and
Lneheider. All other uh.eap machines "are i??
f.rii"jrinenti an,d Ibo ??V ur uktr are liulle to ur
rfuuj, jfic aid imprisonment. Illustrated circu
lar* sent/r?e. Address, or call upon Shaw ?
Clari;, at Eiddlcford,, Maine, or Chicago. UL
!f?E!'?Mffi? OF THE SEASON.
i.V. rh j; s St ?>..?(. ;* I f? .-'> 'Ai}?- .. f.- . t
NEW AND SPLENDID
Twenty-Five Per Cent
BELOW THE COST OF IMPORTATION.
- 228 BEOAD STREET,
Tn inviting the attention of their friends and ihe public to their
make n?'pretent?ons whatever to fee selling Goods
AT OR BELOW COST.
The great secret of business wo find is
TO BUT GOODS EIGHT
Sf LL T0M kl li FM . PB? FIT.
Having just returned from thc Northern market with
LARGE, NEW AND; ELEGANT
..' SU P P Ll E'S, )) .
And having been in market at thc, timtfthat Goods touched the
very lowest point this season and having purchased
ENTIRELY FOI? CASH,
In most instances fully
25 Per Cent.
BELOW COST OF IMPORTATION,
^Thereby-enabling them to offer- ihe greatest inducements to
We will guaranteer difference of fully ??? \ : .
.SO PER GENT.
Below Goods, purchased a.month ..previously.
We would respectfully invite :be most critical examination o
our ENTIRE STOCK by the closest wholesale and retail'pur
CHEAP KOK CASH.
GE AY, MULLA?KY & GO.
228 Broad Street, Augnsti, Ga.
Augusta, Jan. 14, ?m3 j
Every'Article in i
Offer the remainder of their WI
FURNISHING GOODS at RED
room for the Spring Trade.
Our well assorted Stock of Ca
Tweeds, Jeans, Hats, and many (
^"Buyers will save money
?S^T^Remeniber -we have ONI
Dur Customers the advantage of
224 Broad Street, Four Doors B<
Augusta, Jan 7
fc(CrjT THIS Our.)
AUGUSTA SEED STORE!
NO. 15 Washington Street,
)ne Door South of Broad Street. The South
. Carolina Railroad passqs through .Washing
ton Street, connecting with the Geor
F?IE Subscriber respectfully informs tho chi
ens of Kdgefield District, and tho surrounding
ountry, that he is now in recoipt of a LABOE
?TOCK of ...
5ARDEN AND FIELD SEED,
CROP OF I80G,
Lad will receive throughout 'ho Season CON
STANT ADDITIONS, all of which aro UN
5URPASSED-IN QUALITY, and'WARRANT
2D AS REPRESENTED.
My MAMMOTH CORN is expected by next
On hand White, Bed and Yellow ONION
Also, Buiit's Splendid- Almanac and Garden
l?aauel, for Gratuitous distribution. .Call and i
rot a copy. . j
gS^Caatt orders will meet with prompt stten- j
ion. Small packages sont by mail free of poit- j
???*\ liberal deduction to Country Merchants. '
?. PYMBLE. I
Augusta, Dee 22 3t 62
WE ARE PREPARED TO SUPPLY
PtTRE ISTO 1
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
The P1IONTX is a Phospbatic Guano, import
ad for us direct fruto McKcun'a Island, in thc
South Pacific Ocean, luid lins been used with
great success. +y thousands of tho best 1'ianters
in Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama and Florida.
C-y Call or send for Circular.
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.,
(SfccKssoHs TO DAX. II. WILCOX t Co.)
- NO. 241 Broad St,, Augusta, Ga.
Nov 28 3m -J?
MOORE & CO.,
OPPOSITE: GLOBE HOTEL,
235 Broad St., Augusta, fia..
IMPORTERS A.NJ) DE A Wt S /JV
U if lill
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
SMITH BELLOWS, ANVILS, .
VICES, HAMMERS, CHAINS,
HOES, STRAW CUTTERS,
CORN SKELLERS, PLOWS,
HARROWS, SHOVELS, SPADES,
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY;
&c, Ac. Arc.
Augusta, Nor. 10 3m 48
State of South Carolina.
. IN EQUITY.
A. Hollingsworth, Adm'or,
Mary A. Harrison,
"E. II. L igroone et. ux., ot. al? J
BY Virtue of no Order of the Court in tliii
cause, air and singular the creditors c
JAMES S. HARRISON, dee'd., aro required t?
prove their claims before, the Commissioner on o;
aeforo tho 1st day of March next, or in defaul
thereof, bo burred from all benefit nnder the de
croo to be pronounced herein,
Z. W, CARWILE, c.B.B.D.
. Jan.L - . it - 2
State of South Carolina
' EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
Ariel Able A L. K. B?dic, Adm'rs., ]
r$ - \
Green Bodieet a). - )
BY Order of the Court in this case, the Credi
tors of FELIX E. DODIE, dee'd.,'aro re
quired to present and prove' their Claims befor
the Commissioner, on or before the first of Marc
next. Those failing tb do so will be bnrrod fror
all benefit -under the Decree to be pronounce
heroin. Z. W. CARWILE, C. E. E. D.
Jan 8_8t ,2
IDESIRE to obtain a GOOD TURNER Ol
JUG WARE, Ac. Any person desirous c
such a placo would do well call on me at. Kirk
sey's X Roads, Edgoficld. District. Nono nee
mako application unless they come well recom
mended. Apply soon. J. P. DODIE.
Jan 15 . ,_3t_3_
IHAVE placed nil the NOTES and AC
COUNTS of tho Estate of E. M. PENN, dc
oeased, in the bands pf J. Ll Agnilog, Esfj., fo
collection. All p?rsontf foiling-to pay thoirNote
and Accounts by tho first Fob. next, will bo sue
without rospect of person. I am foroed to olos
tba Estate np at ono?, and cannot give ?ny on
Indulgence. O. L. PENN, Adin'r.
a St*,. 224.
Dur Stock Largely
NTER CLOTHING and GENTS'
UCED PRICES in order to make
ssimeres, Broad Cloths, Doeskins,
)ther Goods, we offer at the same
by calling and examining for
!Ar ONE PRICE, always giving
a fair Bargain.
r & BRO.,
?Iow Central Hotel, Augusta, Ga?
tf ' 2
THE subscriber bas recently opened in this
Village a good stock of READY MADE
CLOTHING, consisting of Single -Garments
and Cloth and Cassimere Suits.
Also a lo: of CLOTHS and CASSIMERES whicl
he will make up to order.
He is prepared to furnish his friends and old
customers with CLOTHING as low as the Au
gusta market for Cash.
JOHN OOLGAN, Agent.
Nov. fl, tf 4?
BY virtue of Writs nf Fi. Fa. to me directed,
I will proceed to sell at Edgefitld fi- H., on
the?rst Monday in Fobnutry next, the'following
property, in tho following cases, to wit :
John P. Gravis TS John L. Harmon ; Various
other Plaintiffs vs Tho Same, One Tract of Land,
whereon tho Defendant r.'>w resides, known as
Winter Seat,-containing Eight (SOO) Acres, more
or less, adjoining lands *f Thomas Perrin, W. B-|
Dorn and others.
J,:r..-s A. Dozier vs Benj. P. Tillmnn, Two
Tracts of Land, vii: ' Th? Homestead Tract
whereon tho Defendnnt resided at the time of his |
death, containing Two Hundrod and Fifty (250)
Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Benj. F.
Mays, James B. Griffin and other?. One other
Tract, known as the Additon Tract, containing
TITO Hundred and Forty (240) Acres, more or
les*, adjoining lands pf Henj. F. Moys, S. B.
Byan. John L. Addison aud others. Alto, one
Set . I lilli Gearing.
Richard Flanigan vs Durisoe, Coleman, Eidson
A Perrin, tnding under thu name of D. W.
Christian, Agent.;, John T. Nicholson vs D. W.
Christian, Agont; Other Plaintiffs vs D. W. Chris
tiau, Agent, 0:ic Tract of Land whereon the De
fendant James Kidson resided at thc time of hi
death) C"ti'r.in:ng Four Hundred ami Seventy-five
(175) Acres, more or les?, adjoining lands of Maj.
j W. L. Coleman, John Moyrr anu others,-thv
property of tho Defeudunt .his. Eidson.
Elijah Still vs Jus. C. Stidham, Geo. Free and
John Stidham, One Tract of Lnnd containing
One Hunured and Fifty (150) Acres, more or less,
j adjoining lands of Theo. Dean, Robt. Bryan,
Rosanoh Stidham and others, sold as tho prop
erty of the Estate of John Stidham, dee'd., at
the risk of tho former purchaser who bid off ?aid
land on S;ilo-day. last, und has failed to comply
with thc terms of sulo.
M. C. Taggart and wifo vs M. A. Crafton, Ex
ecutrix, and others, Ono Tract of Land known
?S thc IL mestend Tract, containing Ono Thous
and (1000) Acre-., more or less, adjoining lands of
Tho?. McKic. John B. Holmes, Joseph Merri
wetber und others, sold as the property of thc
Estate of Archy Crafton, dee'd., and at the ri?k
of thc fonn.T purchaser, who bid off the said
laud un sale day laut, and has failed to comply
with the tern.s of sale.
W. SPIRES, S.K.D^
Sheriff's Office, Jan 14 4te'3*
State of South Carolin a,
Caroline J. Johnson, Applicant, ]
I). A Bodie, Guardan ad litom of ?- For Par. .
William J. W. Johnson, minor, |- f
Defeudunt. ' ' j
BY an Order from Iii? Ordinary, I sha'l pro
ceed to sell at. Edgefitld Court House on (be
lirst Monday in February next, fur Partition, tb
REAL ESTATE of JAMES JOHNSON, dee'd.,
consisting of Two Hundred and Fifty Acres,
more or loss, situated in tho District and State
aforcsa}d, and bounded by lands of Seth Butler,
Abijuh Abney, Mrs.-Mary Morris and others.
Terms Cash, in Specie, and the Purchaser to
pay for Titles extra.
. WM. SPIRES, S. E. D.
Jan 14, 1S67. 4to 3
State of South. Carolina.
Julius Day, Adm'or., ]
Nancy Coleman. .1 '
BY virtue of an order of the court in this cese,
I will sell at Edgefleld C. H., on the FIRST
MONDAY in FEBRUARY next, the REAL ES
TATE described in tho pleadings, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, near tho Pine
House, whereon MARION W. COLEMAN resi
ded at the timo of his death, containing One
Hundred Acres', more or less, adjoining landa of
E. P. H. Kirksey, Mrs. N. Jones, Juilas Day and
?S?~Tcrms mode known hereafter.
Z. W.CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
Jan 14 1S66. 4'te 3 . ;
BY Virtuo of an Order from the Ordinary, I
will proceed to sell at the late residence of
JOHN GRIFFITH, dee'd., on -THURSDAY,
the 21 th instant, all the Personal property of tho
said deceased, consisting of tho following arti
cles, to wit :
All tho HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FUR
HORSES AND MULES,'
. PORK, CORN AND FODDER,
Also, all the HOGS, CATTLE, Ac, on the
place, together with other articles too numerous
^aSTTorms of Sale Cash, in Specie, or its
equivalent in currency.
G. W. D. GRANT,
Adm'or with the Will annexed.
Jan 7 St 2?
BY permission of tho Ordinary, will be sbldat
fhelato resideueo of B. M. MARTIN, de
ceased, on WEDNESDAY, the 23d inst, all th?
personal Estate of said deceased, consisting of
HORSES, MULES, CATTLE, HOGS, HOUSE'
HOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE, PLAN
TATION TOOLS, ?kc.
Terms Cash in Spocio.
Z. W. CARWILE, C. B. E. D.,
And Ex Off. Adm'or.
Jan 8 2t 2
IWILL RENT for the presont yoar my large
and commodious LIVERY STABLES and
LOT, situated in this Village. Terms reasonable
During my absence, partios wishing to Rent
will apply to Mr. D. R. Durisoe, at the Advertiser
Omeo. T. J. WHITAKER.
Jan 1 tf 1
HOLMES' BOOK HOUSE,
OLD SIGN OF
" FRANKLIN'S HEAD."
Comer King and Wentworth -strceis,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BEAUTIFUL GIFT BOUKS, &C,t FOR
A LARGE VARIETY OP JUVENILE BOOKS,
English editions, handsomely bound and illus
STEREOSCOPIC INSTRUMENTS, with a beaa
tiful assortment of French, Swiss and Americas.
Views and Transparencies. .
GOLD AND SILVJSR PEN AND PENCIL CA
RRS, Writing Deiks and Writing oases, Portfo
lios,. French and Eng' iah Fancy Note Papors
and Enrelopes stamped to order with names or
initials, in colors or pl ii rf.
EPISCOPAL PRAYER B00E3, English edi
' tions, rar iou s ii lei, in every rar ie ty o? bindings.
BIBLES ; a very extensive assortment, embra
cing all the varieties published by The Oxford
University' Press, Eyre ? Spottswood, and
Bagster** unrivaled edi lions.
THE MONTHS 5 Illustrated by Pen and Pencil,
EASTWOOD ; by Doctor Macleod, $7:50.
OUR LIFE ; Illustrated by Pen and Pencil, $2.25.
GEMS OF LITERATURE; Elegant ran and
ENG LISTE SACRED POETRY OF THE OLDEN
PEN AND PENCIL PICTURES FROM THE
JUVENILE VERSE AND PICTURE BOOK,
LEAVES FROM LIFE, $3.7S.
PICTORIAL JOURNEY THROUGH THE HO
LY LAND, $3.50. ' .
SWISS PICTURES, Drawn with Pen andPeoeiL
HALF HOURS WITH THE BEST" FRENCH
AUTHORS, $5.00. '
All the above are Englith editioni, fully- Hint
troted in the highest style of art, printed on tinted
paper, and elegantly bound.
THE BRITISH POETS, handsomely illustrated,
and a fine Steel Portrait of each. London idi
tiom. Muslin, -extra gilt edged, $2.00 estb;
Turkey Morocco, antique, $3.50 each.
53?* Any Book in this list will be sent by mall,
/rte 0/ pottage, on receipt of price.
. "HOLMES? BOOK HOUSE,"
CEIBLISTO*, S. C.
W. C. TILTON,
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
AGENT for GEO. PAGE k CO., of Baltimore,
Md., CELEBRATED PATENT PORTA
BLE SAW MILLS, STEAM ENGINES and
BOILERS, HORSE POWERS, GRI8T MILLS,
TIMBER WHEELS, kc. 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 SASHES, DOORS,
BLINDS, kc, HICKORY, ASH, and OAK
RIMS, POLES and SHAFTS Tor Buggies, Car-,
riagos arid Wagons, all kinds of Carriage Mate
.WHITE PINE,. SPRUCE, OAK, WALNUT,
MAHOGANY and CEDAR LUMBER of every
Charleston, Deo 17 Sm51
No. 153, Meeting Street,
GEORGE C. GOODRICH, )
PHILLIP WISEMAN, V South Carolina.
JOHN ASIIHURST, J
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
Charleston, S. G.,
The Best Tonic Now in
C. F. PANKNIN,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Charleston, Jan 15 ly 3
LENGNICK I SELL,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
North ?ast Cvrn.tr Hiding and Market SU
INVITE the Trade to: examine their full ani
varied assortment of
BONNETS and HATS, trimmed and untrimmed
. RIBBONS, ot all descriptions,.
DRESS CAPS, NETSr
VEILS, di newest designs,
BUCHES, LACES. CRAPES
' HOOPS, ?c., kt
Charleston, Oct 1 6m 40
I. WM I t?"
CHURCH ST., CHARLESTON, S. C
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR fc CO.
. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES will be mad<
on COTTON Consigned to olther Houso.
Charleston, Oct 10 3m41
?tQ(\ A MONTH I-AGENTS wanted tv
?J!p?/Vf??j- entirely new artizl'l, just c:t. Ad
drets O. T. GAREY City building, Biddlefon
Me. June tl awl y it
More New Goods
CALICOES, GINGHAMS, POPLINS?
French MERIN OES and DELAINES;
Bleacbod and Brown SHIRTINGS;
do do SHEETINGS;
BLANKETS, SHAWLS, CSNABUBG8;
A goad lot of SHOES and HATS;
SUGAR, COFFEE, CHEESE, MACARONI
RAISINS, CANDIES and APPLES ;
And many other articles to sa t the ??mes, whie
will bo ?old at the lowest Cash prices.
S.C? B Kl YAN, Affonv
Deo 24 ' ^ 4t ?8
Floor O? Cloths,
TABLE OIL CLOTHS,
C0C?A AND CANTON MATTINGS,
DA3IASK, I/ACE AND MUSLIN
IN NEW STILES!
REDUCED PRICES !
Th? attention of those in wast ar? inv:Ud to
the above new and beautiful line of Qoodi.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO,
205 Broad Street,
Augusta, Dee 22 4m 52
THIS POPULAR HOTEL ha? been ren< vated,
painted, and put in complete order, with ?
d?termination on the part of the proprietor to
make it a FIRST CLASS HOUSE. .
Mr. S. M. JONES has chief control, sud will
be recollected bj our Southern friend* as t ie for
mer proprietor of tho AMERICAN HOTEL, du
ring the War, in Richmond, Va., and will te glad
to see his old friend', promising them a " Tutsi:
.VIA WELCOME." Ererj effort will be m-wle to
gire entire satisfaction. A call is solicited. Terms
S. ld. JONES, Proprietor*.
Augusto, Jan. 1 tf. 1
THE HESPERIAN HARP!
4COLLECTION OF PSALM and FtYMN
TUNES, ODES and ANTHEMS, and Suc
daj School, Infant, Revival, Temperance, Patri
otic and Moral Pieces,and.containing also i. num
ber of Scotch, German, Irish and other finn com
positions,-much new Music never before pub
lished,-and an Exposition of the Prinoiples o<
Music, and of Musical Composition, by William
Just received a large numbor of the aboro worV
at GEO..A. OATES,
No 240 Broad Street, Augurs; Ga.
Deo 17 tf 51
Tl SM HW!
ACOLLECTION of PSALM and EYMiS
TUNES, ODES and ANTHEMS le'ectet
irom the most eminent Author?, togetbei witt
nearly. One Hundrod Pieces of Music never be
fore publixhed, suited to most Moires, and wei
adapted to C aurelie? of every denomination, Sing
ing Schools, and Private- Societies and Plait
Rules for Learnors, by. B. F. White and E. J
Kin?, to which is added Appendix 1 conti.inin;.
a variotj of Standard and.Private Tunes no
comprised in thc bodj oC the work,-*-Conipiler
by aCommjtteo appointed by tho Southern Mu
'?eal Convention. Also, Appendix 2, conti inrn;
77 Piecos of now composition bj distingt: tab ec
writers, never before published. A now and mud
Just received and for sale bj
GEO. A. OATES,
No. 240, Broad St., Augusta, Ba.
Deo 17- tf 51
ANEW AND BEAUTIFUL STOCF Ol
GROCERIES just received, embracing al
of those 4
Required During lhe Holiday* !
Table WINES and COOKING WINES ;
Old DRANDY, Old WHISKEY;
RUM Md GIN;
5 kg? Pure Old Irifh and Scotch 1 LTSKE1
Just received and for salo bj
JAS. G. BAILIE ?lc BRO.,
205 Broad Street, Angnsta, Ga.
Dec 22 _tf 52
J C. Schreiner k Sons, I J. C. Sehreine'r & Son
.Macon, Ga. J Savannah, Gt.
No. 190 BROAD STREET,
. AUGUSTA, GA.,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A CHOIC
SELECTION OF .
?/f AU Oritrt from ti* Country Promptly ?
THE BEST OF ITALIAN VIOLI?
AND GUITAR ST RING8.
STEINWAY A SONS,
SOEBBELER A SCHMIDT'S
AND GALE A CO.
Angusta, NOT. 5,_8m_ <5
50t?HDS. CHOICE BACON,-CUar lild
Ribbed Sides, Regulars and Shoulden.
50 Bbli. Northern and Western FLOUR,
IO Tierces Prime CAROLINA RICE,
125 Bbbls. Refined B. SUGAR,
5 linds. MUSCOVADO SUGAR,
10 Rbis in Quality Golden SYRUP,. .
10 Hhds. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES,
50 Bbls. Large Not 8 MACKEREL,
1000 Sacks Choice Bread CORN
75 Boxes FAMILY SOAP,
30 Boxes ADAMANTINE CANDLES,
75 Bbls. and Boxes CRACKERS 'and Bl
50 Bbls. Bourbon and other W II ISS E'
Large Lot of CASE LIQUORS ?Il varlet cs
25 dux. HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE, Pin
40 Casks BURTON ON TRENT ALU,
Plots and Quarti,
10 Chests Jenkins ? Co's, TEAS in lim
75 Kegs Old Dominion NAILS, unsorted His
CIGARS, TOBACCO, CANDIES,
RAI8IN8, ALMONDS, PEPPER,
100 Kegs LARD,
500 Saoks SALT,
Large lot of BAGGING and ROPE alwt
And every thing usually kept ia my lice,
Fe* aale bj
AGENTLEMAN, competent to Toaeb, d ir
a situation a? Teacher of a school ii :
country. Apply at thia effie?.
Nor. 7, ' t? t?
2?8 Broad Street,
beg karo to Inform the citizens of Edge
iold und vicinity that we hare removed to Ko
2IS Broad Street, three doo? above Plumb k
Le i tne^ Drug. Store, where ve will keep con
stantly on hand a LARGE S IO CK of
Hen's, Youth's and'Boys' CLOTHING;
Ladies' and Men's BATS, all kinds;
BOOTS and SHOES, every variety ;
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES ;
Ladies' and Gents' FURNISHING
HOOP SKIRTS aud NOTIONS ;
TRUNKS, YA-ts ES, CM-.PET BAGS ;
Ladies' Travelling SA1XHELS ;
Also, a good Assortment of WATCH
ES and JEWELRY.
All of _o abor? wo will sell at a SHALL AD
VANCE FOR CASH. We eh all bo happy to re
ceive a call from you, or be favored with your
orders for eil goods in our lian.
?3T~ Country Merchante wL'l do well by giving
us a call before purchasing eli ?where.
LETS & ASHER.
Auguste, Oct 1 6m40
SHIP 8T. LAWRENCE.
E hare now on band, and in transita,
200 Tons of Pare Peruvian Guano.
This Gnaco is selected, among several Cargoes,
from the Ship ?ft. Lawrence, as containing a lar
ger proportion of Ammonia than usual. It goes
into NO SECOND HANDS, (which would ren
der it very liable to adulteration at the present
nigh rates,) but is shipped to ns direct by the
PERUVIAN GOVERNMENT AGENT
himself, and hence we aro enabled to GUARAN
TEE THE PURITY OF EVERY BAG- SOLD.
A liberal discount will be in a do to cash purcha
sers of ten tons or upwards. Orders promptly
LARGE STOCKS OF
Hoyt's Snpcr-Phospnaie Lime*
In Lots of 5 Tons or more, per ton, $83,00
" Smaller Lots, " ? 6>,00
Bau ga's Baw Bone Snper-Phos.,
In Lots of 5 Tons or moro, per ton, $67,00
"Smaller Lot?, " " 70,00
Soluble Pacific Guano,
In Lots of 5 Tons or more, per ton, $75,00
" Smaller Lots, ^ ? " 80,00
?SB^Theie Manures hare been used in Georgia
and South Carolina, the ?rst (Hoyt's) since 185$,
-the two last during the past season, with grati
fying results. We bavo testimonials from well
known Planters highly favourable.
J. 0. MATHEWSON & CO, '
285 Broad Street,.
Augusta, Dec 22 '.lui Si
Cheaper Than Ever !
THE following lino of Goods, of thc tim qm ir
ity, wo are now selling-at very low prices :
A small Stock of Dry,Goods, latest styles;
Gents' Furnishing Goods ;
Fine All Wool Blankets;
White and Colored Flannel?,
Tabling, Diaper, Towels p
Long Cloths, Unbleached Good/ -r
Bed Tick, Stripes ;
Table and Linen Damasks ;
Piano and Tablo Covers, Ac, lc, Ac. .
Ladies' Gaiters, Shoes, Booters and Slippers ;
Gents' French-Calf acd Goat Shoes ?nd Gaiters;
Misses' and Children's Shoes, with and without
Negro Men and Women's Shoes, all kinds.
WOO? AND WiLLOW WARE.
Tubs, Backets, Keeler*. Churns and Measures
Baskets of a'l kinds sud shapes;
Scrubbing.' Dusting, Floor, H ?rn il,- Blacking,
Hair, Pope. Head, llorac and Whitewash
Brooms of all kinds. .
Window Glass, all sizes ;
Nails, all size; ;
Gunny Bagging ;
Green Leaf, Mimili i-ard Jute Rope;
Twinae, Sash Cords, Cioifru Lines nnd Pins :
Shovels, Spades, Folks, Rakes and Hoc- :
Axes, Axo Handys, Hatchet* ;
Smith k Wessen und Cult's Repeaters ;
Notions of -very describion.
To all o' which your attention is invited, and
all of which will be sold at a siaall advanco ou
Cost of importation.
JAS. G. BAILIE & CO.,
"205 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Dee 32 tf 52
Top and No-Top Buggies,
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, '
. HARNESS, and
Carriage Makers' MATERIAL,
RUBBER and LEATHER MACHINE BELT
ING ami STEAM PACKING, LACE, PICKER
i and ROLLER LEATHER AND ROLLER
A full assortment in Store, and constantly ar
riving? at .
SHERMAN) JESSUP & CO,,
No. 225, Broad St, Sign of tho Golden Saddle,
.. AUGUSTA, GA.
Augusta, Deo. 17 - ?m51
G..W. CO?WAT, 8: TCT.NKB,
Of Kentucky.. Of Edgefield, S. 0?
mi m mn tm
CONWAY & TURNER,
^Campbell St., Beta tm Broad and Reynold i,
Niau PLAKTSBS HOTEL,
. AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
ALL KINDS of VEHICLES nnd SADDLE
HORSES for Hire. .Aire, Fine CABRIA CES,
strictly for Family use.
Match Horses, Single Harness Horses, and
Saddle Horse? bought, or sold on Commission.
Covered accommodation on thc Premises for
Two Hundred Head of Mules.
Augusts, Oct 15 3m4S
Newly Furnished and ReGtted,
Unsurpassed hy any Hotel South;
Was Roopcned to the publld Oct S; 1866.
T. -S. NICKER SON, Proprietor.
Jan. I. tf 1