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Direct Importers of and
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
(Os ?rn FIRST FLOOR.)]
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS usually
kept ia a first class Grocery Store,
SHOES, BAGGING, RO?E, TWINE
BROOMS AND BUCKETS,
TUBS AND PAILS,
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS,
NOTIONS OF EVERY VARIETY:.
(Ox OUR S?COXD FLOOR.)
.CARPETS OF ALL KINDS,
RUGS, DOOR MATS, DRUGGETS,
FLOOR AND TABLE OIL CLOTHS
DAMASK AND LACE CURTAINS,
CORNICES, BANDS AND PINS,
AT OUR OLD STAND,
20*5 Broad Street,
P. S. Orders from the country promptly at
Augusta, Apr 15 tf 16
CHEAPER THAN THE
HAS BERN, AND IS STILL MY MOTTO.
HE Subscriber is now receiving a SPLEN
DID Stock of
SHIRTS. DRAWERS, &c,
For Gentlemen, Toutbs and Children.
HATS--A superb assortment of the latest
SIIOES--A? excellent Stock for Ladies and
CLOTHS and. CASSIMERES, a beau
SHIRTINGS of all descriptions.
CALICOES in great array, selected with
care, aod very handsome.
A fiuo lot of PIPES,
Thc very best SEGARS,
Tbe best Chewiug and Smoking TOBACCO
NOTIONS in great variety.
A good supply of WEEDING HOES, &c
COOKING UTENSILS and HARD
WARE generally, together.with many other ar
ticles loo numerous to mention.
In consideration of the Hard Times, I intend
to sell my Goods at " Live and Let Live" prices.
A continuation of the literal patronage hereto
fore extended to me is respectfully solicited,
M. LEBESCHULTZ. Agent.
Apr in - # ti" 15
John & Thos. A. Bones,
AVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK
Ot' SCYTHE BLADES, GRAIN CRA
DLES, GRAIN KIDDLES, WOVE
WIRE, SCYTHE STONES, and a few
FAN MILLS, which thoy will SELL LOW.
Augusta, Apr 15 2m Iii
THE Under.-igned, having ?ngaced as skilful
and experienced Workmen as can be lound
in South Carolina, design carrying on the
Shoe Making Business
At Pleasant Grove (the Shop being very near the
Church,) about three miles Northwest of Edge
They now offer their services, in thc line of
MAKING BOOTS AND SHOES, and REPAIR
ING the same, to their Iritnds and the public
generally; and respectfully solicit aliterai pat
AU work will be of the best and most durable
kind. As to their price?, they will be of a grade
of cheapness to a*ton*Ub and delight their cu.-to
mers. Having no rent to pay, they will fee!
themselves enabled to turu out work at unprece
dentedly cheap rates. /
^j?TAll orders lelt In the Village, with Mr.
John Colgau, will bc faithfully uttended to.
L. D. HAGOOD i BRO.
Apr l? 3t ?16
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April 15 lin 16
State of South Carolina,
.Jarret Wise, Adm r., et al." )
v?. . Uill fur Par., 4c.,
Pirkens Bridwell and wife et al j
IT appearing to my saiufaetion that Picken*
Brid ir ell and wife Ma'y> Dafend^nts to-this
cause, rrsrde beyond thc limits'of'this State, On
motion by Mr. II. W. Anuis?*, Compl'j? Solicitor,
Ordered That the said Dotendauts do appear,
plead, answer or demur to this Bill within i*>rty
days from the publication hereof, and in default
'thereof judgment pru ri,*/,,*., will be awarded
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
April 23,1867. . ?it j;
State of South Carolina,
IN EQUITY. *
Vf. J. McKie aod wifv, et al, }
_ , j-Bill for Acct., ix.
T. J. Middleton, '
R. H..Middicion, Ex"or., et ?1 j .
IT appearing to mf satisfaction that H. G. Mid
dleton, Charl?* Alexander aud wife Ida, Rosa
Olhouo, Robert H. Mid.ilaton, Jane Ware. Mary
Hewitt nnd-Hewitt brr husband, Frances
N?: h and-Nash byr tiu.-tiiiid, -George W?r-,
.Itniiio Ware, T?efeud?tnt." iu?the ti*? te catt**, re
ride beyond thc limits cf tjiis State. On motion
by Mr. BA.^OX, Solicitor, It is oideml That th?y
do respectively appear and plead,, answer or de
mur to this Pill within forty days from the , ubli*
cation hereof, or in default tfi?rcof that ju lirmwut
pro eomfctto w.ll b's awarded against them by dr
fault. 7.. Vf. CARWILE, CE E.*.
Apr 22 ?t 17
State of South Carolina, i
BY Vf, F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgf
field District. .
Whereas, Jarrett Wise has applied h? me
for Letter* of Administration,on at! ?r.d singular I
the good? wad chattel?, rights ?nd credits of
Wiiiuu* Now late of the district aforesaid,
These arc, therefore, to che and adtaoni?h all
?nd singular, tbe kindred ?nd creditors of the
?aid deceased, to be and appear before mc, at our
next Ordiairy's Court for tho said District, to be
holden at Edgotieid C. H., on the ?th foy ot
May nert, to show cause, if any, why the*said
Administration should not be granted. ? .
Given under my hand and seal, this 22d dajj
of April In thc year of jar Lord one thousand
eight hnndrod and Sixty.?even, and in the 9 ! st
year of the Ju'Jependcr.re ol the United States \
W.F.PURIS?E, O.S.D-. j
April si, ft if
NEW MIK BEY GOOD;
- GRAY, M?LLARKY & CO.,
Would respectfully inform their friends and the public that the)
. . are now receiving their usually
; LARGE AND : ELEGANT SPRING SUPPLIES
' ; OF
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Selected with the utmost care, and purchased with all the advan
tages that any Merchant in the trade can possess, and
which they will dispose of
CHEAPEN mm THE CHEAPEST,
F'or Cash. !
??PThey would respectfully invite an examination of their
GRAY, M?LLARKY & CO.,
228 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Apr 8, .tf 14
BPmm mr mm?
Spring Dry Gr o o d.s.
_ _. <i ?_
H, F. RUSSELL ? CO.,
ARE NOW OPENING A LAIIGE STOCK OF FOREIGN AND-DOMESTIC
Purchased at thc VERY LOWEST FIGURES from Importers and Manufacturers, in
New York;, Baltimore rad Philadelphia, which they offer at Wholesale and Retail, on most
Merchants from the interior will find rt greatly to their advantage lo examine our
Stock, as great inducements will be offered them.
Augusta, Mar 2->, . ?13
SPRING AND SUMMER
JUST RECEIVED BY
218 Broad Street,
CONSISTING OF A LARGE ASORTMENT OF
. MEN'?, BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
HATS AND CAPS,
Hosiery and Notions,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of Hil killJ?,
Titi'NUS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS.
-Afcso-- . :
Gents' Furnishing Goods ?
Consisting of SHIRTS, DRAWERS, CRA-!
VATS. SUSPENDERS, HALF H.OSE, ?c.
All of which we offer nt very low prices.
ggr Country Merchants will do well by cull* j
ing on us before purchasing elsewhere.
LEVY & ASHER, :
218 Broad Street.
August?, Apr S_tf 13 !
Sheri IT'? ?Sale.
Martin McCarty ") j
vs. \ J
W. L. Coletacn. J
BY Virtue of * Writ o? Fi. Fa. to directed, I :
will sell at the re/dence of the Defendant',
W. L. COLEMAN, on Thursday, the 25th April |
nczt, tho following property:
Three Mule?, Four Horses,
Twenty head of Cattle,
About Forty ur Fifty head of Hog.?,
Fifteen b?id *f Sheep,
Wagons and Carts,
Carriage and Ruggy and Harness,
1 Set Blacksmith Tools,,
Household ami Kitchen Furniture, ie.
Terms Ca; h in Spec is.
WM. SPIRES, S.E.D.
April 9, 3t 15
BY virtue of a Writ of PL Fa., to me directed, j
I will proceed to sell on the ftr?t Munday ia i
M.iy next, at EJgclield C. H., the following prop
erty, in the following ca/e, rix :
Mix, LaBorde, A ?sign?e, ")
8. F. Good?. j
ONE HOUSE AND LOT OF LAND in thc
Village o. Edgefield, kuowii us tie reridenco of
tba Defendant, S. F. Goode, cuntniug about Fif
teen (15) aere?, ino?e or less, adjuiuiog lands ol
Samuel Brooks. Dr. A. G. league, Mrs. S. Chris,
tie and others.
ONE OTHER LOT 0." LAND in laid Village
on which is erected the BRICK OFFICE now
occupied by W. T. Golding ai a Bjtr Room,-and
a BLACKSMITH SHOP,-adjoining tandi! ol
of Smith X Jones, M. Frasier, John S. Smyley
Also, ONE OTHER LOT OF LAND in said
Village containing Tnree (.''.) acree, mare or less,
on whick are erected H Blacksmith's and a Wood
Work Shop, adjoining laod* of Smith X June?,
Tho.?. G. Bacon, T. J. Whitaker and others.
ONE PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND"con
taining Pitty (50) Acrt?, monrox le.?s, situated
nb'iut iwo miUa.trota (he Village of Edgclicld ad
joining lands of T. W. Clark, James B. Griltir,
John Colgauand others.
-ONE OTHER TRACT OF LAND, lying near
the tract of the Hamburg k Columbia Rail Rond,:
containing One Hundred and Eighty-Jivo .(lS?y
Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Mr.?. Mary
Gomillion, Jc;sc Oomilhon, R. T. Boutwsigbt and
Tvrms Caih in Speele.
W. SPIRES, S.E.D.
April fi, +t 15
AUGUSTA HOTEL. "
T;?IS POPULAR HOTEL han been renovated,
painted, ?n<i put in oomplete order, with a
dcserminatifji un the part of the proprietor to
make it a FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
Mr. S. M. JONES bas chief control, and will
be recollected jy our Southern friepd.? as the for
mer proprietor of the AMERICAN MOTEL, du
ring rfie Ww, n\ Riehmnnd, Va., nn>t will l?e glad
to see his old friend*, promising them a " Yiiiwt
ju WEI.COXK." Every effort will be made to.
give outire satisfaction. A call is solicited. Terms:
g. M. JONES, Proprietor.
Augusta, Jan. 1 tf 1
IAM now running a WAGON from this pince
to Anirusta twice a week, ind will baie all
Good' ontxn.slod K> my care properly and prompt
ly delivered. ?
A. A. GLOVER, Art.
JTAt? t? t
DR. N. A. PRATT,
(Suerrssors lo Pratt i Wilson Bros.)
Analytical and Consulting Chemist,
yo. 2n, rr A rye STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Br II gists' S ai M cl ric s.
Analysis of Oro?, Seil*, Fertilisers, ?lo, made
with greatest eire SJ.,I a-- .-iir.u-y.
Chemical advice given in all branch-s of the
.science, on moderate term?.
DR. F. OLIN DANN ELLY, so well known
throughout the Str.to, is with me, and would be
glad to sec old friends, or fiilauy order for Goods.
Charleston, Mar 25 Sin 13
HOLMES' BOOK HOUSE
OLD SIGN OF
" FRANKLIN'S 1-lI?AD."
Corner Kins an? Wen hf or th-street s,
CU A MESTON, S. C.
TUE MOST REMARKABLE DOOKS OF
OUR TIME, viz:
ML'LBACir.S JOSEPH THE SECOND AND
HIS COURT, paper, $1.50; muslin. S*.*.
FREDERICK THE GREAT AND HIS COURT,
MERCHANT OF BERLIN, translated by Dr.
Amory Coftln, $2.
BERLIN AND SANS-SOUCI; or Frederick the
Great and bis Friends, $2.
MISS MULOCH'S NEW BOOK", THE TWO
ANNE, a Sketch of Norwegian Country Life, by
Bjorson. " Wc know of nothing moro t^eiiuti
ful than some of these stories. With Mr. Bjor
sou a new era begins in Scandanaviun litera
ture." .*2 50.
DATS OF YORE, hy Surah Tytlcr, author of
" Cytoyenne Jacqueline." Content.?: I'CCJIK
into Antiquity, Old Gathering?, Wooing? and
Wedding.*-of the Last Century, Lover.?.' Qu.ir
' reis and how they Eudcd, Likenesses and Con
trasts. Two Specimens of tho Old Sebool.
" Amidst the deluge of light literature" it is re
fresbiug to meet with auch a bnok ns Miss
Trtlor's ** Day? of Yore." 2 vol.?.; ?0.
YOUTH'S HISTORY OF THE GREAT CIVIL
WAR IN THE UNITED STATES, by R. C.
Horton, with illustrations, $1.50.
THE CHURCH AND THE WORLD AT THE
REVELATION OF ANTI-CHRIST, by the
Rov. J. ll. Gregory, M. A., with an Appendix
I hy Mrs. Joliffe, $2.25.
; LOUIS NAPOLEON AND THE BATTLE OF
I . ARMAGEDDON, bv Rev. M. Baxter, fl.
[ CHRIST'S SECOND COMING ; -Will it be Pre
Milloiinial? by Rev. David Brown, A. M.,
! J 1.70.
! JESUS AND THE COMING GLORY; or. Notes
on Scripture, by Joel" Jone.?*, LL. D., $.1 50.
I FAIRBAIRN: PROPHECY VIEWED IN RE
i SPECT?O ITS DISTINCTIVE NATURE,
I its speei il function, and prop*r interpretation,
j $5.25. .
FAIRBAIRN S TYPOLOGY OF SCRIPTURE.
2 vols., $5.
1 LECTURES ON DANIEL, by Wm. -,owton,
; $1 50.
REV. DANIEL BAKER'S REVIVAL 8ER
. MONS, first and seeond series, il .ii) each.
! THE LIFE AND LABORS OF THE REV.
! DANIEL BAKER, $2.
The.foVoicing ecietm and Magaiine* for ?ale
i ni ??parate int other ?, or hy *ab?cr?ptioa :
j LONDON Qt'AR IERLY, Edinburgh, North
r British, Westminister, Blackwood, Hunt's Mer
chant*' Magazine, Historical Magazine, North
American Review, Tho Contemporary Review,
Good Words, Sunday. Magazine, A.rgossy, The
, River-side Magazine, for young people.
! ES?" Any Book In this list will be sent by mail,
free of pontage, on receipt of price
"HOLMES' BOOK HOUSE,"
m Old Sign of Franklin's Head,
ClUltl.KSTO.V, S. C.
Mar 18 tf 12
FoR the real pleasure and comfort of thoso
' who sometimes indulge in a sociiil glin1?, I hiivo
j opened in the Planter?' Hotel, a FIRST CLASS
! BAR, Voil supplied with EVERY VARIETY of
j the BEST WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS,
Ac, and under tho management of a gentle
I mun, courteous and attentive, who will nt all
? times be in atte.ndauce to give cntiro satisfaction^
to his customers.
A. A. GLOVER, Agt.
Edgefield, Feb 12 tf 7
J??F We have been authorized by friends of
Capt. STUART JIARRISON to announ?o him a
Cu-Tididato for re-election to thc office of Clerk of
'be Court of Common- Picas for this District, at
the next ol :clion, s
Ajr?H? J? li
-AT THE- .
B.C. BRYAN, Ag't,
JBEGS IOJVO to call the attention of friends
and customers to a NEW AND COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF SPRING GOODS.
Domestic Department.' ,
Brown and Bleached SHIRTINGS,
" " SHEETINGS,
5-4 Pillow Case ?SHIRTINGS,
Bird's Eyo and Huck DIAPERS,
Russia and Scotch DIAPER,
Bleached Tablo DAMASK,
Bod TICKINGS, Striped OSNABURG5,
Plaid and Striped DOMESTICS, Ac.
CALICOES from 12J to 25 cts. per yard,
Scotch and Domestic GINGHAMS,
Fancy Printed MUSLINS,
" " JACONET,
? " ORGANDIES,
Mohair LENO, '
Crape do PARIS,
Black CHALLY, Ac, Ac.
JACONETS and SWISS MUSLINS,
?aiasook and Dotted Swiss MUSLINS,
Chocked and Striped Organdio MUSLINS,
Jaconet and Swiss EDGINGS,
? . ? INSERTINGS,
Lace COLLARS and SETTS,
Gloves and Hosiery. -
Ladies and Men's GLOVES,-Kid, Silk and
Lisle Thread,-itt variety,
Ladies'. Men's and Misses' HOSE and Half
Lafles and Misses Trimmed and Untrimmed
HATS of tho latest styles, .
. RIBBONS and FLO WEES in great variety,
Men's, Boys' and Youth's HATS, all bf thc la
Men's and Boys Wear.
Kentucky JEANS, TWEEDS and .Fancy
Spring CASSIMERES, .
. Brown and Spanish LINENS,
Brown Canvass LINENS,
Brown and Linen DRILLING'S, Ac/
Boots and Shoes.
Ladies, Misses and Children's BOOTS and
SHOES, of all deserintinns,
Mon's, Boys BOOTS and SHOES uf every va
riety. . *
A good lot of Brade's Ratent find Crown HOES
Planters' HOESk SPADES, SHOVELS,
RAKES and FORKS,
LOCKS, SCREWS and HINGES, -
Table and Pocket KNIVES.
A Good Stock of Groceries and
With many other articles too numerous to men
tion, all of which will bc sold at tho LOWEST
MARKET PRICE FOR CASH ONLY.
jg.** Cull and examine for yourselves.
Apr 2 tf 14
HY WARDLAW & CAREW.
UNDER Foreclosure of Mortgages, will be
.-dd, on TUESDAY, thc 23d April, 1807, at
ll o'clock, A. M , at t^e north side of ibo Ex
change, Charleston, S. C.,
Thc KALMIA MILLS, with all tho Property
and appurtenances thereunto belonging, consist
ing Of tlie several tracts und parcels cf Lani,
situate, lying and being in tho District of Edge
field, Sooth Carolina, amounting in'all lo about
four thousand two hundred abd ti ft y-niuo ( 12;'.!i)
acre?, more or less, conveyed tu the said Kalmia
Mills by John 3. Glover and by Gustavus Yulger,
ail of which said several 'tracts of Land ure noir
in possession ol', and occupied liv Hie said Kalmia
.Mills ?a tho site ol' their factory, now in council
erection. Together with nil and Mugu'ur thc
waters, water privileges, ric/utf, members, berodi
ta men td* and nppurtemincc.s to the said premises,
belonging, orin any wise incident ur appertaining.
All the BUILDINGS, MACHINERY, Tools,
Implements, Carts, Bricks, Lumber und Materials,
now belonging to thc said Koluna Mills, on the
lands and elsewhere.
This property is situate immediately on the
South Carolina Railroad, extending from near the'
Graniteville Depot to within one mile of thc Buth
Paper Mill, and eight miles of thc City of Augus
ta, Georgi.!, on the waler? of Big Horse Creek.
Thc Cotton Factory (wilkin one hundred yards ol
thc railroad) is a two .-tory Brick Building, one
hundred .md four (KM) feet wide by two hundred
and twenty-seven (U-7) feet long, designed to
contain Ino thousand spiud'es and three hundred
and twenty looms, and is four-tilths completed.
There are on the land Mr CD ty-eight neat and com
modious cottages for operiitive.-, completed and in
course of erection : a first-class Sterno Saw Mill
?0.complete working order; a gojid Grist Mill : a
Carpenter -Shop, with Steam Engine ami Boiler:
Planing Machine, Tools, Ac; Blacksmith Shop,
with complete set of Tools ; Machine Shop, with
Steam Engine and Boiler, Lathe, Drill Presrj Ac.
The machinery fur tho Cotton Mill is of the
most modern au-1 improved character, manufac
tured iu England, embracing terr thousand .Spin
dles, Shafting and other appurtenances; also two
Turbine Wheels ut ono hundred and sixty horse
power oneil ; ulso the machinery for a complete
l'uper Mill, capable of produeing len thousand
pounds of paper per day.
(A portion of the machinery is on thc'land, a
portion ?ti this city nud a portion In England.) .
Thc Paper Mill isiu proocss of eouslruction and
a considerable part completed.
The Wat? Pow. foi i ,uning the Facti-ry. de
rived from Big Horse Creek, is ample,' extensive
uud never-failing, and the dam ar.d oilier appur
tenances ure fair-till h.- (completed.
There is on the .'and Sawed Lumber sullicientto
complete all the buildings.
GLASS, TIN AND HARDWARE for all the
buildings except the Paper Mill. The Water
J'owor and all the accessories of this property are
such ns to adapt it for first class Cotton and Pa
per Factories, and capitalists are afforded a rare
Opportunity for a good investment.
Terms, which will bo accommodating, will be
made known tn a future, advertisement and on
day of sale.
Further particulars may bc- obtained on appli
cation to B. F. EVANS, Eeo,., at the Mill, or to
WARDLAW ACAR!;W, Auctioneers,
Corner Brr.adand State strqeti, ?barloiton, S. C.
March 16 il_ 14
Slate ol'South Carolina,
KDG?F?ELD DIS'IRIOT, ?
Benj Betti.?, ot ol,
James Hatcher, Adm'or., [ mU' Acct" *C'
E. P. H. Kirkscy, ct al. j
IT appearing to my satisfaction that E!/y Bland
and Dem.-iris bis wife, John Hatcher, Polly
Phillips, Paschal Tillman, Benjamin F. Hatcher,
Edward Hatcher, James W. Hatcher, and Jesse
Bottis ?nd wife Lucy, D?fendants in the within
named Bill, reside beyond the limits of this State,
On inotiah by BACON, Solicitor, lt is ordered that
they do respectfully appear and plead, answer, or
demur to tho suid Bill witbin forty days from tho
publication hereof, or in default thereof, judg
ment will bo taken against lb An.
Z. W. CARWILE. C.-E.-E.D.
April fl, lfifir._et_I?_
Stop the Horse Thjef.
1HEUEBY' offer a liberal reward for lae appre
hension of one Charles Hamilton, a ?to. Mur
rin, alia* Gregg, who escaped from the Jail of
this p'ace on Saturday ni^bt last. Said individual
was taken up some weeks back upon a charge ot
korse-s,tc:iling. ' He is young-apparently not
more than twenty-bas light hair and blue eyes :
is about ;*) feet S inches in height; and wore mt
the time of*' is escapo a suit of brown copsimcre,
with a part velvet collar. A furthor reword will
he paid" for bis delivery to thc Jailor nt EdgcllcbJ
C. H. WM. SPIRES, S. E. D.
Apr If._St Iii
JUST received a lot of FISK'S CELEBRA
TED METALLIC BURIAL CASES-orthi
Also, on band, of my oin manufacture nm.
finish, a beautiful assortment of MAHOGANY
WALNUT, POPLAR and PINE COFFINS.
All of which I nm selling at LOW FIGURES
and STRICTLY FOR CASH.
-.-UV A* JU A lt li E ii T,
Ncxtdoor to Advertiser Ofioc.
A?I? * t? I
NEW SPRING STOCK.
GRAY & TURI
IMPORTERS, "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS .
- IN -
HOSIERY, NOTIONS, HOOP SKIRTS,
242 Broad St., Augusta,
Referring to the above we beg to state that wc have made a
complete clearance of all our Spring and Summer Stock of last
year, and that we are now prepared to offer to the Public an EN
TIRELY NEW and THOROUGHLY COMPLETE ASSORT
MENT of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS adapted to . the pres
Mo O?d Goods-No High Prices?
All New Goods-All Low Prices
Having had every advantage of the EXTREME'LOW RATES
of the present season, we are able to offer our Stock at VERY
LOW PRICES. . ;
In.addition to having a resident Partner in New Yore, who is
alwilys ready to take advantage of the fluctuations of thc Markets,
we have lately entered into the business of IMPORTING PROM
EUROPE many lines of Goods, such as Irish Linens, Linen Cam
bric Handkerchiefs, White Goods, Ladies' Stays and- Corsets, &c
With these unsurpassed advantages, we have confidence in fissuring*
our Customers of thc
Reliability and Cheapness of our .House!
COUNTRY MERCHANTS and PLANTERS pur
chasing by the piece for their Stores OE Plantation usc, AV ill take
notice that wc have fitted up a WHOLESALE ROOM where can
be found full lines of
DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS.
Brown SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
Bleached SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS.
Brown DRILLS and JEANS,
Plain and Striped OSNABURGS,
White and SI?Ue Corset JEAN'S,
Biue DENIMS and STRIPES,
BED TICKING and Hickory STRIPES,
APRON CHECKS and PLAIDS, .
Twilled SJLECIAS and Glazed CAMBRICS, ' .
KENTUCKY JEANS lind*ERMIN CLOTHS,
CQTTONADES and TWEEDS,
Brown Linen DECKS and COATING, .
Paney Linen DUCKS-and COATING,
White Linen DUCKS and COATING, .
PRINTS,-Colored. Black, and Black and White,
Merrimac, Sprnguc, Richmond, Allen,
American, Dunrella, Gavner, Amcskeag,
Pacific, Waure?an, ?c., &c .
GINGHAMS and LAWN'S in great variety, '
ARMURES and DELAINS,
HOOP SKIRTS, NOTIONS, PERFUMERY, ?c., &c.
Our House has always been noted for
CLOAKS and SHAWL- which it alluided j
the new and desirable Styles yet brought
NOVELTIES as soon as they appear. '
Heavy Lyons Bliick TAFFETAS,
Heavy lyons Black GROS. GRAINS, "
Heavy LVons Black GROS. DE RHINE,
Heavy Black PULT DK SOIL,
Checked.GRENADINES, . .
Ri bche Silk GRENADINES,
Embroidered English BAREGES,
Nouveaut? TURO CELE,
Black and Colored IRON BAREGES,
Double width MANTLE BAREGE,
Hernani and Poplin LASSEN A,'
Paid .CHALLIES and LEN OES;
Mozambique and Poil du CHEVRE,
Plain, and Black, and White Checked
Black Silk1 SAQUESj
Black Silk BASOCIN ES,
Black silk CIRCULARS,
Light Cloth CIRCULARS,
Plain Crape MARET/, and BAREGES,
the extent and variety of DRESS COOT'S,
ts natrons. At present it contain; some of nil
forward, to which will be added all the other
Rich Colored French ORGANDIES,
.Rich Colored French LAWNS,' .
Rich Printed Paris JAGKONKTS,
Rich Colored'American LAWN'S.
Biacktind White American LAWNS,
P.Uie, Bulf nud Pink French PERCALE,"
.Blue. Bull" and Pink Paris LAWNS.
Bin??. Buir and Pink CHAMBRAYS,
Solid Checked Paris GINGHAMS.
Fancy Checked Paris GINGHAMS,
Lupin?! Bes? Black BOMBAZINES,
?Black HABIT CLOTH and PEPS.
Black and Cvlosed ALPA CA, .
Diibages .md Mohair LUS'lTiESV' J? ? "
rim.- Whit..- Frl'ncli MERIMO??&c~,
Colored Mozambique SHAWLS.
Black Lace PRINTS and CIRCULARS,
Pine.Bra-.lt Thibet Wool SH AWLS, : . ?
White Lace SHAWLS.
Irish Linens,. White Goods, &a
Soft Finished CAMBRIC,
Nainsook CHECKS-and STRIPES. .
Swiss, Mull, Judia, Book Victoria LAWNS,
White MCUSAL1NE and TABLA "ANS, '
PARC A LES and BRILLIANTS,
Tape Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS.
Printed Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS, 1
Hemmed Stitched HANDDERCHIEPS,
Plain Button Stitched HANDKERCHIEFS.
4- 4 Fronting LINEN,
5- 4 Pillow Case LINEN,
7-8 Irish LAWNS, . .
Birds Eve DIAPER,
8 4, 10-4, 12 4 White Satin DAMASK,
Farmer's Brown DRTLI,Sk
White Linen DRILLS,
GrassipijOTto? I '
Spanish LINEN. .
Fancy Cheeked LINENS, Av.
.Tackonet EDGINGS ami INSERTIONS,
Swiss EDGINGS and. INSERTIONS^
Jackonef and-Swiss BANDS,
Jackonct and Hamburg FLOUNCING, .
Jackonct and Swiss COLLARS and SETTS
Hamburg at.d Dimity BANDS,
Breakfast COLLARS and SHITS,
. Linen ,l
iirfanla Embroidered WAISTS,
Em broidered H A N D K E BC li IE FS? i
Black and White Bobbin NETS,
White Brussels Bobbin NETS,
White and Black Cape NETS,
Black and White Silk ILLUSION,
Black and WhiteSilk'Dotted NETS,
Blond LACES, -
Cap " . .
Crochet . '
Linen " and Laen COLLARS, '
Black Applique Luco VEILS,
Black Pusher Lace VEILS,
Empire Bugle Trimmed Lice VEILS,
Black Love VEILS,
Black Crape VEILS,
Hosiery, Notions, Corsets, &c, ?fcc.
Ladies Sdk and Lisle Thread HOSE,
Ladies' Plain and Openwork Cotton HOSE,
Mens " " " " HOSE,
Childs ? ? ? " HOSE,
Merl's and Boys' English and American Half
Mens' Fine Lisle Thread Ilaif HOSE,
Ladies Plain and Embroidered Kid GLOVES,.
HOOP SKIRTS, .
French and American CORSETS,
? " ? PARASOLS,
Sun UMBRELLAS and'SUSPENDERS,
Tabby VELVETS; Spool COTTON, Spool
Silk FANS, Palm Leaf and Chip FANS,
?FfAH Goods purchased of us
free o? charge tbr all parts-'of the
Lidies Plain and Embroidered Kid finished
Ladies Black and White Silk and Cotton
Ladies and .Misses Paris Laen MITS,
Ladies Lisle Thread and Berlin GLOVES,
Ladies Buckskin and Ttfr&d GAUNTLETS,
Mens Berlin Lisle Thread and Cashmere
Mens1 Buckskin GAUNTLETS, &c.
Rluok-and Colo,od BELTS and Belt RIBBON,
English CRAPE, French CRAPE, '
Belt BUCKLES, Toilet SOAPS,
PORT-MONIES and Silk FLOSS,
Crochet COTTON, LILLY WHITE, Sec. '
will bc carefully packed and sent
City and Hamburg. .
Angosta, March 18,
CRAY * -TURL.E.y.
New Spring and.Sumnie3
JL HE Subscribers ure receiving their'SPRINt
ar?l SUMMER GOODS, consisting in part of
Brown Km) Bleached SHEETING ;
Brown aid Bleached SHIRTINGS:
10-4 Bleached SHEETINGS-:
Pillow Case LINENS,
Linen and Cotton DIAPER,
Irish LINEN ard Linen DAMASK,
. OSNARURGS, STRIPES, Bcd TICKING,
TWEEDS and COTTONADES,
Black koo Skin and Fancy CASSIM ERES,
CALICOES and GINGHAM;!, in variety,
Brown and (?reen BAREGES,
Solid Black LAWNS,
Solid Colored ?md Printed LAWNS,
Euglisb LAWNS and BAREGES, .
Muslin ROLES, M A RETS, MOHAIRS,
Stria?, Organdie and Mull MUSLINS,
HOSIERY; GLOVES, VEILS,
L idies* and (lent's COLLARS,
TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS, '
UUCP SKIRTS and YANKEE NOTIONS,?
Ladies', Gents and Boys HATS, a Gne Stock.
BOOTS and SHOES, a splendid selection,
Choice SUGARS, COFFEE, RICE,
Chewing und Smoking TOBACCO, rcrv fine,
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, HARDWARE.
Wc would also call attention to our ELEGANT
Black- Cloth COATS and PANTS,
Black Cloth SACKS,
Alpacca. and Linen SACKS,
Fancy Cassiuicrc SACKS and PANTS,
Steel Mixed CASSIMERE SUITS.
Whico Marseilles COATS, PANTS ?nd VESTS,
Black Italian mid Italian Cloth V?TS,
Alpacca and Linen VESTS,
Fancy Casslmcre VESTS,
Gassimorc and Linen SHIRTS,
.Linen DUSTERS, Ac. Ac, Ac.
All of which trill bo SOLD VERY LOW FOR
CIS EAT H A.II & BRO.
Mar 26 4t -13
SPE?IG A N D' S?B11?B
HE Subscriber is now opening a WELL AS
SORTED STOCK of ail tho various kinds o?
Goods usually kept in a FIRST CLASS VIL
LAGE STORE, such as
Foreign and Domestic
D-R Y GOODS,
Fancy Goods and Notions,
HAT'S] STBAW GOODS,
HARDWARE, TOOLS, CUTLERY;
Chima, -Glass -and : TJa?nware,
Boots and Shoes, &c,, &c.
These Goods, all NEW, HANDSOME and
SERVICEABLE, have boen bought in thc des;
markets in this country, sinco thc great decline in
Ai lise Very Lowest Rigores. .
Not having been furnished with t!:e requisite
Capital for doing a Credit business, even " oifcfhori
time," I*wUl,se!l at Huutiial trna// profit?. Cash tc
Ls i>:i d ia every instance on thc delivery-of thc
Tlio.'e who have tie' ?uoUry ard vant bargain*
will please call and ?udgo for themselves.
_Ap:-il2, M _14._
Mew Goo ?s !
And New- Prices for ?fefield !
X HS Subscriber is now opening at tho Corner
S?oro, between Mr. II. C. BI?VAJJ'S Brick Store
nud the Planter's Hotel, a CHOICE ASSORT
Family and Fa? ey Groceries,
Liquors, Wines, Cordials, &c*?
Which tn point of qaality and Iqw prices ?.aun-. I
ho excelled, if equalled, in this market. ^ .
I'aLo intend dealing laYgcly in tho
Such ns BACON, LARD. FLOUR, CORN.
MEAL, .vc, which will bc sold at AUGUSTA
RETAIL PRICES-IrausporUtiiui added..
. .-ZLti-Tb-: public are solicited lo pr.y the nc?
S:-ire a visit and examine my Sto< k and figures*
TilTi: ;!M-I ni.irkc-l price paid tor ail COUN
A. A. CLO* ?Mt, Agrnt.
Edgeficld, Feb 12 tr 7
Tax Assessor's Notice.
fWILL lie at tho times ?iud places herviuaftci
mcinttoiiu.I i>i nm Un the A.. t.tt-t: t on thc
A.SfOS:'ahle property of tho ?i.-un t. consisting <.i
Landa, L .ts. Landa and Buildings iii Towna ano
Villa-: <, Manufactures ?"r :'.'?.;, Darier ?* Ex
change, Buggies and Carriages, Gul'! ?yd Ei'Vei
Pi..tc, Watelies, .foerdry, Piano?, .t.-, .. r>::
Ounionaviilc, Monday, 25ib Marci
Mis. Hewie's, Wednesday, 27?li "
V,', ndlafrii, Thursday^ 23ili ? "
A.'Morgun*, . l ibby, .-""If .*
Whitcman's S.,1L, Same evening, 3 o'elocfc
j)r. J. A.'Dcvr.ro, Saturday, .'.dib .Mar.-!
BdgcfleM C. IL, TWonday, I si. A pr il.
i Pine H"iisc Tuesday, 2-1 "
Cherokee l'ocds, Wednu-lay, 3d "
Hamburg, Thursday, 4th " .
Beach Mend, Friday, 6th "
Oranltoville, . Saturday, 6ih "
VaUelu?P, . Monday, 8th "
ll ?Heller's, ' Tuesday, Uth "
F. Posey'*, Wednesday, SI Oth "
I.rbrand'a. Thursdays I Uh "
Rliltro, " J'ri.lity, 12th "
Lott's, fc . Satwrday, T-ith "
Warren's Store, , Sane evening .'! o'clock
J. .\. Talbert's, dav, I ?: h. April.
White H usc, linday, Kuli ..
Liberty Hil?, * Wednesday; 17l h ?
Rhattorficld, Thursday, Itfth "
.Rountree's Store, . Friday, lOih. "
Pleasant Lane. Saturday, 20th "
Meeting Street, Monday, 22.1. "
Mrs. Allen's, * Tuesday, 23d "
; Dr, John Moblcy.'s, Wednesday, 21th "
Mrs Norris. Thursday, 2.'.th "
E/C.tughiuan's Store, Sime evening, 3 o'clock
Mr?. Gil'son's. Friday, 2Cih ".
Mt Wifling, .Saturday, ,27th ?
Micklor's, Monda.-. 'iOth "
? Hui, I'saaStorc. ' T??esd?y. 30th "
Perry's, Wednesday. 1st May.
Coleman's X Ronds, Thursday. 2d ".
Richardson's. Friday, 3d "
Mrs. Culbrcath's, Saturday, 4th "
Cooporsvilte, Monday, ?th "
A. Kemp's. Tuesday, 71li "
Doro's Mills, Wednesday, Nth "
Edge fi old C. H. Thursday, Uth ?
After which time my Assessment B ok- will ;?*?
t?relo elote. Tboso failing to uiako their rctura
by Ibas timo will ba assessed and subject to doa
Persons Linking returns will beaf in mind ibu
a'UeturnBiuustbo blade with rcforonec lo 1st Jan
[?will also cdlcr-l, commencing wu Ihc 1*t da;
*?.f April, the Quarterly T;<xe,s ?liding on the 51s
March, for thc year ISG7, on tho Gross. Saleas o
-Spirituous Liquors, Goods, Wares and Morenon
All partios Selling Goods? Wares or Men-ban
dise must make prompt returns, or abide ibo eon
. t Books or en at 10 A. M. and close at t P. M.
JJ EN J. ROPER,.
Tax A. & C. E. D.
Mar 13' ' tf ll .
' Bacon ?
5000 LBS. BEST COUNTRY CURE
BACON,--Hams, Sides aud Shoulders.
'Also, a hirgc^nd well solccted stock of SIIGE
for Ladies, Gents/Misses and Boys.
Apr 10 tf 15
SPUING -, - - 1867!
QUICK SALES i .
^VoULD call attention io bis SELECT and'
ELEGANT STOCK of
NEW SFBING DRY" GOODS !
Embracing everything usually kept in a'First
Class Dry Goods Store, which fie is now receiving,
aod will bc constantly addiegto during the season.
Having been selected with great care, anions,
ie assortment will bo found all. that is new and
desirable in style, superior in quality, end reason
able in price.
Determined that no establishment shalfcxcel
us iu HEAL and SUBSTANTIAL INDUCE
MENTS TO CUSTOM BBS, ho would respectfully
invite a careful examination of his Goods and
l'riccs, from all ia search of BA il G A INS, before
? urchasing elsewhere.
"An Active Penny to a Slow Shining,"
??.nd believing that his interest and that of bio cus
tomers arc mutual, his prices shall bess regulated
that those who buy once will bc glad to cal!again
und secure, ns before
THE GREATEST BARGAINS
. I ji v
IN THE CITY.
April 10 3m l?
W. H. Gooniucu. . C. G. GOODRICH.
G. G. GOODRICH & CO,,
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTOBS
&c., A-c., otc?;
271 Broad Street, '
. ; . AUGUSTA, GEORGIA,
/5??**Amplc Storage for Consignments. .
?pp?Personal attention piviyi to thc Purchase,
Sale and Shipment of COTTON and other PRO
EJf/'Mr. E. HonriKS may bo found wirti us.
Augusta, Fob ll . ly. 7
J C. Selircincr* Sons, I J. Ci Schrenir-r k Sens
Macon, Ga. Savannnh, Ga.
No, 190 ?ROAD STREET,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A CHOICE
viii. .4*- u& 43%
AU Order*from tle-Comtry Promptly .if-*
TIDE REST OF ITALIAN VIOLIN
AND GUITAR STRINGS.
AGENTS IF OK
STEINWAY it SONS.
SOEBBEL1IR & SCHMIDT'S
AND GALE & CO.'S
Augusta, Noy. i, Cm 4?
JUST WHAT Y?? WANT.
5000 BUSHELS OF PRIME CEN, .
GOO P.bls. ul Familj FLOUR,
150 SaeKsT.x?ra Georgia KI.OTK, *
.">0 Hhds BACON SIDES & SHOULDERS
100 Sacks Liverpool SALT,
25 Hhds. New Crop MOLASSES,
25 Bags-Rio COFF KI'
50 Rbis. SUGAR, assorted brands.
IO Hhds. o?d ti?nes Brown SUfiARS,1
50 Br.:.-?.?and i Bore s Layer RAISINS, "'
BAIR]INO, ROI'S, MACKEREL,
CANNED Killers of ail kind-. ?
CANDIKS, i:<>X 00OHP,
WO??Ef/ and WI l.LoW WA HF.
100 Bbl*. WllISKKY-^ltho^iaortmcnt;
. A eholeo Morl; of BRAN DIES j WINK", COR
DIALS, A >? .Ac*
For s.ik- by
Augusta,'MnV 11 Sq ' ll"\
CASH OR CREDIT. " '
ONE of ou; delayed vossfds havinjf arrived.di
rect from McKEAN-'S ISLAND, MO will cow
FOB CITY ACCEPTANCE, PAYADLE FIRST
OE NOVEMBER NEXT,' AT
$65 Par Ton, 2,000 Lbs*,
IN SAVANNA ll, OR
$70 Per Ton, 2,000 Lbs,,
Wo will also sell
W ilcox, Gibbs & IVs Mail'Id Guano *
On same terms, ot $7? per Ton in Augusta.
Either of thc ?hove GUANOS caa bc had f..r
. " $10 LESS PER TON FOR C?S??.
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO,,
NO. ?il BROAD ST.>.AUGUSTA, OA. r
Augusta, Mar 25 lu 13
And Cooking in Geiiera?,
?RESPECTFULLY announce to the citizen* (.f
this community, that, hevinj? wct'ired thc ser
viros of aji ACCOMPLISH KD- ?BAKER, oro
who comes frojn Richmond, \mK with hi-;U te?li
mon ?als as lo skifl and experience, f am now j.-.e
phrod \o furnish thom, nt, any time', wlfh .
I-Vesli ai?! Pure 'Baker's Bread.
Either by-'thc single Loaf" or'fn c?n?$er*V? ?
(|ua:)titics-:dB?)-3 carefully prepared nud newly'
baked. ... ? t .>>
Persons wishing Broad, will ploato call at my
Grocery Store, next door below Mr. Bryan's,
where they will alway:; Und an umplo ?u.pplv of"
the best, carefully kepi in new und clean glass
cases ur cupboards. - \ * *V
And I would furtlmr statedo tho Jfousc-keop?.
pr* of Edgoticl.l and its vicinity, that nil " ,r
MEATS. .POULTRY," CAKES br TASTET,,
sent to thc Bakor now in my employ, for such--*
purpftso,*will h? Oookod--Roasted or BaJtoS, as . .
tho case may bo-Jn tho'most dcsirablb nrtnncr. .. j?,
. In entering upon this new lino ?of business-s**? ??1
untried" in Etlgeficld, and so important under ex
isting circum?tanco3,-I.bog tho liberal patron
age of tho community, at large. rj? y-.*a;.A.~??&??*i&
A. A. GLOVER, Agent
Mar 26 tf ia