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? H M P ia H ? F ? S ?? I ? M.
228 Broad St., Angustia, G-a.
SUCH PRICES AS, EVEN IN THE PRESENT STRINGENCY
OF THE MONKEY MARKET, CANNOT- BUT
?? BE PRONOUNCED IN AN UNPAR
REA. SONABLE !
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GRAY, MUUARKY & CO.,
Having divested their well-known Establishment of everything
old, qr in the slightest degree passe in style* and character, and
having on hand at present absolutely nothing which is not of the
NEWEST AND MOST FASBIONBL? STAMP,
Announce to.their Friends, Patrons, and the'Public Generally, that
they are now, as ever, ready to oblige even the MOST FASTIDI
OUS or EX ACTING, and to fill any bill in the DRY. GOODS
LINE, that can possibly be written. Their
Stools, of Dry Goodsf
< .. Forthe J* '*'* :
Present Spring and Summer*
IS UNPRECEDENTEDLY LARGE, FASHIONABLE and SPLEN
DID. Their Selections have been made'in the best markets in
Europe and America ]Jy gentlemen profoundly conversant with
all the Demands and Requirements of the DRY GOODS TRADE,
and having such advantages of Inspection and Purchase as are
enjoyed by but few Southern Buyers.
In amassing their present
HUGE STOCK OF GOODS,
GRAY, MULLARKY & CO. have not only had an eye
to the Durability and Sterling Quality of their Domestic Goods,
but have taken much pains to inform themselves . thoroughly as
regards all the
INToTiveaxites des Modes
Now prevailing in Paris and ? ew York,
Consequently they are enabled to promise their Customers not
only the most ADVANTAGEOUS BARGAINS as regards the
intrinsic value of Goods, but likewise all such articles of Ladies1
apparel as will secure to their wearers the Latest and Highest
C?ric&rsr, IMCTxllarliy dto Go,
Respectfully invite the attention of the Public to Catalogues of |
a few of the most Prominent Styles of Goods in their different
Domestic and Heavy Dry Goods.
Plain and Striped OSXABURGS,
Bed TICKING and Hickory STRIPES,
Kentucky JEAN'S and Apron CHECKS,
Brown DRILLS and JEANS,
Bleached SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
White i,nd Slate CORSET JEANS,
COTTONADES and TWEEDS.
. CASSIMERS, BROADCLOTHS, SATINTINES.
Brown Linen DUCKS and COATING,
White and Fancy Linen DUCKS and COATING,
English and American SOCKS,
Gentlemen's Openwork SOCKS,
Mena' Fine Lisle Thread SOCKS,
Gentlemen's Alexandre Kid GLOVES,
>: J Ol: vi U U u
u Lisle and Cv-h mere G Lu VES,
Mens' Bockskiu I.TAUNTLETS,
Merino and Silk UNDERSHIRTS,
DRAWERS, COLLARS, HANDKERCHIEFS, NECK-TIES.
Cloaks, Shawls, Saques, Circulars.
Black Silk BASQHXES,
Colored Grenadine SHAWLS,
Block Silk SAQUES,
Colored Mozambique SHAWLS,
Black Silk CIRCULARS,
Light Cloth CIRCULARS,
B!r.ck Law CIRCULARS,
Thibet Wool SHAWLS,
White Luce SHAWLS,
Heavy Lyona Black GROS DE NAP,
Heavy Lyons Black GROS GRAINS,
Heavy Lyons Black GROS DE RHINE,
Heavy Black PCLT DE SOIE,
! Chane, and Verv Narrow Striped SILKS,
Foulard-at.d Glace SILKS.
Plaid and Striped Wash SILKS.
Plnid CHALIES and LENO ES, '
LOUSSENTIAS of every Styli?,
En/liib, American and French BAREGES,
Black and Colored ALPACAS, . I u
All Stjks and Colors of ORGANDIE, J ?
.* * .. " Y Swiss MUSLIN, ? "
.? M M " * Muli MUSLIN, "
AH Styles aDd Colors o? LAWN,
" . *r " ;' TARLATANS,
? .? " " f* .IACKONET,
. . u ? it PERCALE,
u vu u CHAMBRAY,
? ' ? ? * GINGHAM,
1 ? " CALICO,
LADIES' MOURNING GOODS.
LopiuK Be*t Black BOMBAZINES,
Biack HABIT CLOTH,
Black EMPRESS CLOTH.
I Bltck DEBAGES,
Black CRAPE VEILS,
Black LOVE VEILS,
?HS? BgMWE?IS. DENTELLE
Arl the latest and richest styles of INSERTIONS. EDGINGS. FLOUNCINGS, COL
LARS' au* CUFFS, BANDS, INFANTS WAISTS, NETS, HANDKERCHIEFS.
And in concision, GRAY, MULLARKY & CO. would furt?;*r
announce that they have just received large additional supplies of
NEW.and ELEGANT DRESS GOODS, purchased in New York
from recent Assignment Sales, at much
BELOW THE COST OF IMPORTATION.
J^They would respectfully invite an examination of the Style?
GRAY, MULLARI?Y & CO.,
; 228 Broad ?tn?t> Augusta, Ga.
THE FREDERICKSBURG STORE,
IT ?S TBE BEST LIGHTED STORE IN THE CITY, AND CUSTOMERS CAN
SEE EXACTLY WHAT THEY ARE BUYING.
One of the Largest and Cheapest Stocks of
Ever brought to Augusta, can nov be found at that splendidly-ar
ranged House known as THE FREDERICKSBURG STORE.
All who have seen the Stock pronounce it the most complete
fin the City, and at prices as .
Low as tlie Lowest !
It commences with good, fast colored Calicoes, at T2* Cents per yard ; English Bareges
and Barege Angles, at 25 cents; Foulard Delaines, at 25, 30 and.35 Cents; elegant striped
Swiss Muslin, at 25 cents; Jaconets, from 25 to 30 cents ; Ladies' White Handkerchiefs, at
121 cents ; Hemstitched White Handkerchiefs, at 25 cents ; Hosiery, from 25 cents to the
best ; and bu-dreds of other articles at equally low prices.
Great Bargains in White Goods, such as Brilliants, India Longcloths, Mull, Swiss and
Plaid Muslins. Bleached Shirting-and Sheeting lower than ever. Irish Linens, Linen
Sheeting, Table Linens and Towelings, in great variety.
j The largest line of Dress Goods ;n the city, the names of which would fill a newspaper.
- A new article of German Silk Poplins, superior to summer Silks, much handsomer, and
?.at prices with'n the reach of all.
In addition to the above may be fonnd a large line of Trimming?, Ribbons, Blonds, Nets
Notions, ic, ?rc; Black Lace and Silk Wrappings, and Spring Shawls.
Also, Goods for Gentlemen's and B^ys' Wear, in great variety. :
ZWholesale Rooms Up Stairs. Call and see us.
V. RICHARDS * BROS.
30? Broad St., Corner by Planters' Hotel,
Augusta, April 22
tf . li
?pring Dry GroocLs.
fi F, RUSSELL & -CO.,
ARE NOW OPENING A LARGE STOCK OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Purchased at the VERY LOWEST FIGURES from Importers and Manufacturers, in
New York, Baltimore and Philadelphia, which they offer at Wholesale and Retail, on most
Merchants Irom thc interior will find it greatly to their advantage to examine our
Stock, as great inducements will be offered them.
Augusta,. Mar 25, tf 13
SPRING AND SUMMER
JUST RECEIVED "BY
LEVY k mn
218 Broad Street,
CONSISTING OF A LAUGE ASORTMENT OF
MEN'S, BOYS AND CHILDREN'S -
LADIES* AND GENTLEMEN'S
HATS AND CAPS,
Hosiery and Notion?,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of ult kinds,
TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Consisting of SHIRTS, DRAWERS, CRA
VATS, SUSPENDERS; HALF HOSE, Ac.
AU of which we offer ?t very low prices.
ggf" Country Merohanls will Jo well by call- ?
in? ou us before purchasing elsewhere.
LEVY & ASHER,
218 Broad Street.
Augusta, Apr 2 ti IS
PLEASANT Gr BO VIS
B.C. BRYAN, Ag%
BEGS leave to call the attention of friend?
and cuitomers to a NEW AND COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF SPRING GOODS.
Domestic Department. *
Brown and Bleached SHIRTINGS,
5-4 Pillow Cuso SHIRTINGS,
Bird'* Eye and Huck DIAPERS,
Kutmia und Scotch DIAI'KR,
Bleached Tabla DAMASK,
Ued TICKINGS, Striped OSNABURGS,
Plaid and ??triped DOMESTICS", Ac.
CALICOES from 12A to 25 otp.-per yard,
Scotch ?md Domestic GINGHAMS,
Fancy Printed MUSLINS,
." " ORGANDIES,
MOZAMBIQUE, *' '
Crape de PARIS,
Black CHALLY, ?c., Ac.
JACONETS and SWISS MUSLINS,
Nainsook and Dotted S win MUSLINS,
Checked and Striped Organdie MUSLINS,
Jaconet and S>vis.? EDGINGS,
" INSERTING S,
Lace COLLARS and SETTS,
Gloves and Hosiery.
THE UwMWgW?l? huving tugagedas skilful! LuAies and Mens GLOBES,-Kid, Silk and
and experienced Workmen as can bo found | L^ Throad.-in variety,
in South Carolina, design carrying on the , ? ^Ladies'. Men s and Muses HOSE and Half
Shoe Making Business j 0bF" & '
At Pleasant Grove (tho. Shop btiug very Bear the j T ?
Charrb.) about three miles Northwest of Edge-! Lu i ics and Misses Trimmed and Untrimmed
field Village. . ' HATS of ?he latest styles,
They now offer their service?, in the line of! RIBBONS and FLOWERS in great variety,
MAKING BOOTS AND SHOES, and REPAIR
ING the .ame, to their friend? and the public
generally ; und respectfully solicit a liberal pat
All work will be nf the best and most du.able
kind. As to their prices, they will be of a grade ,
o? cheapness to astonish and delight their costo- . Spring CASSIMERES,
mers. Having no rent to pay, they will fcol j Brown and SpanishLINENS,
themselves enabled td turn ont work at unprece
dentedly cheap rules.
??slr A ll orders left in the Village, with Mr
John Colgan, will be faithfully attended to.
ly. p. HAG?OD ?fc BRO.
Apr M St 16
Men's, Boys'and Youth'? H ATS, all of the la
Men's and Boys Wear.
Kentucky JEANS, TWEEDS and Fancy
Brown Canvass LINENS.
Brown and Linen DRILLINGS, A?V
i Boots and SHOPS.
Assessor's Notice. '
IWILL commence- this Jay to receive Income
and other Returns, for the-Calendar year of
l?tfiG. and" Special (or License) Taxesfrora May~
1.1,'1867, on Trades and Professions, such as
Physicians, Dentists, Conveyancer;., Store Keep
ers^ Jarks, Stallions, Mills, ?c., ?c. Als", arti
cle, iu gobeliule " A," such ns Vehicles, Musical
Instruments, Wutohes, Billiard Tables, Gold and
Silver Plat?. Afr.
The Ineomo Return lins reference to everything
sold from Jan. 1st, I860 to Dec. 21 ar, ISO?, In
cluding all agricultural products, Stock of all
kinds, Timber, Lumber, ?lc; ana in fi>ct every
All returns must be"made ia legal landor Cur
rency, and it is made obligatory on all persons
to Vender returns of their operations.
I; will attend at the following times and places
heroin;', ft er mentioned to receive the above re
tunes, and Vi) 1 p?ake but one tour of Assessing:
?uesday, 7th May.
Ut^ij, 8th "
Friday, 10th "
Saturday, 11th "
Monday, 13th "
Tuesday, 14th "
Wednesilny, 15th "
Thursday, 16th "
Friday, 17th' "
Saturday, 18th "
Monday, 20th "
;Tucidpy, 2J st ?
Wednesday, 2?.l ?
Thursday, 23d "
Friday, 24th *'
Salnr^y, 25th ?
After wblcb I'wUlploic the nanua! list for 18C6
against defaulter?. k j.
H. C. M OSE LY,
Assist ant Assessor Iptb'&pg'f. B, C. 3L
May 7 3*_*
Ridge P. 0.
'M. W. OIKT^;
U Perry's X ltoadi,
Hu io L'S S toro,
WE have on hand a tfopd suppl/ o? MAGIS
Mtnl mass: '
Ktfrt* **ti a sb
Ladies, MisFos and Children's
SHOES, of ull descriptions,
".Men's, Boy. BOOTS and SHOES of every va
A good lot of Brade's Patent and Crown HOES
Planters' HOES, SPADES. SHOVELS,
.RAKES and FORKS,
LOOKS, SCREWS and HINGES,
Table and Pocket KNIVES.
A Good Stock of Groceries and
. Crockery Ware,
With many other arliplei too numerous to men
tion, all' of which wilt be sold at tjje LOWEST
MARKET PRICE FOR CASH ONLY.
23?" Call and examine for yourselves.
Apr 2 tf. . U
dj?| Kfbfk PER YEAR! -We want Agent.
^J.OVr\/evorywhere to Boll our IUPHOYKD
$20 Sewing Mncbfnes. Three new kinds. Under
and uppor feed. Sent?n trial. Warranted five
years. Above salary or largo commissions paid.
The oitLT machines sold In United States for loss
than $4W. w|)ich Ma fully lictmcd ly Hmce, Whee
ler <t Wilton, Grocer & Poker, Singer ft ?Jo., ano?
Baehelder, All other cheap machines are t'u:
fringr.mtntt and the teller or liter are Holle lo tir
reit, fine and impriionment. Illustrated circu
lars sent free. Address, or cnll upon Shaw A
Clark, at Biddlcford, Maine, or'Chicago, 111
Jane ft iswly 2S
8. ??. Jon GS, V|
B. F. Smitty. J
BY virtue of a Writ of Fi. Fa., to me directed,
I will proceed to sell on the first Monday lu
June next, at Edgeficld C. H., the following prop
erty, in the above stated case, viz :
One Two Horse WAGON and Three Saokaof ?
CORN, supposed to bo about.'Six But help,, tho.
property of the tfc.'cndnnt.1 - .
W. SPIRES, fi.B.n.
GRAY & TU
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE- AND RETAIL DEALERS
Staple and Fancy
HOSIERY, NOTIONS, HOOP SKIRTS,
242 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Referring to the above we beg to state that we. 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 io. the pres
m Old 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
In addition to having a resident Partner in New York, who is
always ready to take advantage of the fluctuations.of the Markets,,
we have lately entered into thc business of-IMPORTING FROM
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 assuring
our Customers of thc
Reliability and Cheapness of pur House]
COUNTRY MERCHANTS and PLANTERS pur
chasing by the piece for their Stores or Plantation use, will take
notice that we 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 aDJ JEANS,
Plain and Striped OSNABURGS,
White and Slate Corset JEANS,
Blue DENIMS and STRIPES,
BED TICKING and Hickory STRIPES,
APRON CHECKS and PLAIDS,
Twilled SILECIAS and Glazed CAMBRICS,
KENTUCKY JEANS and ERMIN CLOTHS,
COTTONADES and TWEEDS,
Brown Linen DUCKS and COATING,
Fancy Linen DUCKS and COATING,
"White Linen DUCKS and COATING,
PRINTS,-Colored. Black, and Black and White.
Merrimac, Spraguc, Richmond, Allen,
American, DuiiDells. Gavner, Amoskeag,
Pacific, Wauregan, Ac., Sec.
GINGHAMS and LAWNS iu ??reat variety,
ARMURES and DKLAJNS. -
HOOF SKIRTS, NOTIONS. PERFUMERY; &c, &c.
Our House has always boen noted for the extent and variety of DRESS HOODS,
CLOAKS and SHAWL > which it afforded its patrons. At present it contaras some of all
the new and desirable Styles yet brought forward, to which will be'addled all the other
NOVELTIES as soon a? they appear.
Rich Colored French ORGANDIES, '
. Rich Odored French LAWN;;, .
plich Printed Paris JACKONET3,
-Rich Colored American LAWNS.
-Blade.ind While American LAWNS,
Blue, Buff and Pink French PERCALE.
Blue, Buff, and Pink Paris LA WNS,
Blue, Buff and ftnk CHAMBRAYS,
Solid Checked Paris GINGHAMS.
Faucy Checked l'a ris GING HAMS, '.
Lupins Boat Black BOMBAZINES,
Black HABIT CLOTH a;ul R^PS,
Black.and Colored ALPACA.
Plain, and Black, and White Checked Debnges and Mohair LUSTRES.
LOUSSENTJAS, Fine White French MERINOS ?c.,
Black Silk SAQUES, . Colored Grenadine SU AWLS,
Black Silk BASQUINES, Colored Mozambique SHAWLS.
Black Silk CIRCULARS,' Brack Lace PR1N I'S and CIRCULARS,
Li.'ht Cloth CIRCULARS, Fine Black Thibet Wool SHAWLS,
Plain Crape MARETZ and BAREGES, White Lace SHAWLS.
Irish Linens, White Goods, &c.
Heavy Lyona Black TAFFLTAS,
lleuvy Lyona Black GROS. GRAINS,
Heavy Lyona Black GROS. Djt RHINE,
Heavy Black l'ULT DE SOIE,
Broche Silk GRENADINES,
Embroidered English BAREGES,
Black and Colored IRON BAREGES,
Double width MANTLE BAREGE,
Hernani and Poplin LASSEN A,
Paid CUALLIES and LENOES,
Mosambique at:d Poil de CHEVRE,
Soft Finished CAMBRIC,
Nuinsook CHECKS and STRIPES.
Swiss, Mull. India, Book Victoria LAWNS,
White M CUSA LI NE and TARE A '.'ANS,
PARCALES and BRILLIANTS,
Tape Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS,
Printed Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS, "
Hemmed Stitched HANDDERCHJEFS,
Plain Button Stitched HANDKERCHIEFS,
4- 4 Fronting LINEN,
5- 4 Pillow Case LINEN,
7-8 Irian LAWNS,
Birds Eje PIAPER,
8 4,10-4,12 4 White Satin DAMASK, .
Blay LINEN, '
Farmer's Brown DRILLS,
White Linen DRILLS,
Grasa CLOTH, '
Fancy Cheeked LINENS, Oe* .
Jackonet EDGINGS and INSERTIONS,
Swiss EDGINGS and INSERTIONS,
Jackonet and Swiss BANDS.
Jackonet and Hamburg FLOUNCING,
Jackonet and Swiss COLLARS and SETTS,
llnmburg ard Dimity BANDS.
Breakfast COLLARS and SETTS,
Infants Embroidered WAISTS'. ' '
Black and White Bobbin NETS, ' *
White Br?ssels Bobbin NETS,
Tv hit.i und Black Cape NETS,
Black and White Silk ILLUSION,
Black und White Sill; Dotted NETS,
imitation LACES, ?
Oap "iuao ,
Linen .u and Lace COLLARS,
Black Applique Lace VEILS,
Black pusher Lace VEILS,
Empire Bugle Trimmed Lice VEILS,
Black Lovo VEILS;
Black Crape VEILS,
Hosiery, Notions, Corsets, ftc., ftc.
Ladies S?lk and Lisle Thread HOSE, Ladies Plain and Embroidered Kid finished
Ladies' Plain -and Openwork Cotton HOSE, GLOVES, -
Mena " " " " HOSE, Ladies Black'and Whito S'Ik and Cotton
Childs M " M " HOSE, GLOVES,
Men's nnd Boys' English and American Half Ladies and Misses Paris Lace MITS,
HOSE, ' Ladies Lisle .Thread and. Berlin GLOVES, '
Mens' Fine Lisle Thread Half HOSE, . ladies Buckskin and Tbr,ad GAUNTLETS,
Ladies Plain and Embroidered Kid GLOVES, Mens Berliu Lisle Thread and Cashmere
HOOP SKIRTS,: . . GLOVES,
French and American CORSETS, Mens'. Buek-k ii GAUNTLETS, Ac,
' ? " ? PARASOLS, Black and Cob?, r:d BELTS and Belt RIBBON,
Sun UMBRELLAS and SUSPENDERS, English CRAIKE, French CRAPE,
T.bbv VELVETS, Spool COTTON, "Spool Belt BUCKLES: Toilet SO A'PS, >
' SILK, PORT-MONIES and Silk FLOSSI, '
Silk FANS, Palm Leaf and Chip FANS, Crocfiet COTTON, LILLY \vI??TE, &c
j^lFAH Goods purchased pf us wil'L be car.efiil|y packed and sent
free of charge to all -parts^of the-City and. ?amburg.
? - GRAY .^TURLEY. ?
Augusta, March?9, ? tTT2
For the Million!
THE ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE of
a GOOD COOKING STOVE is admitted oj
ercry intelligent; person who hos used 'hem, aid
to bc without ono in this age of the world is
worso than -'old Fogyistn,"--it is positive injus
tice to one's.Self and family. ,
Since the ci?te of the war. hundreds havo bein
made-happ;- jy thc uso 01 ?ho eclobrated Store
called tho ?' CHARTER OAK," sold hy
D. L. FULLERTON; Augusta, Ga/
Ve could fill columns of tho Advertiser wi'.h
names of happy House-Keepers who daily bless
the "CHARTER OAK."
Wo give the names of ? few of the happy ones,
without their consent. Hope there can b ; no o ).
Hon. F. W. PICKERS, . .
JAS. T. BACON, Esq.,
Dr. A. Wi YOUNGELO?D,
Mr. JULIUS DAY,
Mr. M. LKBKSCIIULTZ,
Dr. J. A. DEVORE,
Mr J. T. ALLEN, Lowndsvillc, S. C.,
Mr. E. EL-BANKS, Bornw'cll, S. C.
Don't forget tho placo : D. L. FULLERTON'o,
Augusta, (Ja., directly opposite Express Office.
Augusta, May C om 19
JAMES G. BAILIE
Direct Importers of and
Wholesale and Retail Dealers \u
(Os OUR FIRST FLOOR.)]
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS usually
kept in a first ein ss Grocery Store,
SHOES, BAGGING, ROPE, TWINS
BROOMS AND BUCKETS,
TUBS AND PAILS,
LIQUOKS OF ALL KINDS,
NOTIONS OT EVERY VARIETY.
(Ox our. SECOND FLOOR.)
CARPETS OF ALL KINDS, -
RUGS, DOOR MATS, DRUGGETS,
FLOOR AND TABLE OIL CLOTHS
DAMASK AND LACE CURTAINS,
CORNICES, BANDS AND PINS,
AT OUI OLD STAND, - '
90& Mroiul Sircef,
T. S. Orders from thc country promptly at
Augusta. Apr 15 tf 10
NEW STOKE !
?And New Prices for "Edicfield !
HS Subscriber i.? now opening at tho Ci-rncT
S.orc. between Mr. 13. C. B::VAN'S Brick Stor
and the Planter's Hotel, a CHOICE ASSORT
Family and Fancy Crecerles*.
Liquors, Wines, Cordials, ftcr.
Which in point of quality and low prices canni-t
be excelled, if equalled, in this market.
T :il?o intend dealing largely in thu
Such as BACON, LARD, FLOUR, COBS;
MEAL. Ac, which will bo sold nt AUGUSTA j
RETAIL PRICES-transportation ...lied.
fZifTh? public are solicited to poy tho new
Stnre a visit and examine my S:ci-!-: and Scurfs.
??f-Tat highest-market prieo paid for all COUN
A. Ai GLOVED, Agent. ?
Edgefield, Feb 12 t: " 7
HOLMES1 BOOK HOUSE
OLD SION OF
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LECTURES ON DANIEL, by Wm..Newton,
REV. DANIEL RAKER'S REVIVAL SER
MON'S. ilr=t ?nd second ?erics, S i0 each.
THE I, IF ti AND LABQKS OF THE REV.
DANIEL BAKERJ $-'.
Thc following erina mia Magazine* for tali
iii nrfHira'e nnmberi or Uy subscription :
LON'DUN Ol" Ut ER LY, Bdinb'urtih, Nonn
British, Westminister, B nckwo ^l, Hunt's Mer-"j
Chants' Miirizinc, Uisto-ii-.il Magazine. North '
American Review, ibo ?ont<-iap?r;try Review,
Roftd W??rd>, Sunday MngHX'no, Argosry, Thc
River-side Magazine, Tor young people.
Sf^r Any Book in this ist will be'snnt by mail,
free of pottage, on receipt of price.
" HOLMES' BOOK HOUSE," .
Old Sign of Franklin's Head,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
M.nrlS tf 12
DR. ?. A. PRATT.
(Successors to Pratt k ??son Dros.)
Analytical ami (onsuItiBg (ht mist.
. . NO. 23, RA YNE XT?EET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Analysis of Ores, Soils, Frillier?, ?ic., madi
with greatest caro and a?.-ura?y.
Cbomical advice given in all branches of thj
icionci*, "n umdciate term?.
JDR..F- OLIN DANNKLEY, .SO well known
throiijjbuit tliu.Sta?c,, js^wiih nie, oed would bs
gla'-? to fcevr.ld:fr1er.is/or fill any order for Good;:,
ChttlVsnAr. Mat Z5 ?ml3
SPRING - - - 1867!
AND . ,
OULD call attention to his ?-ELECT ami
ELEGANT STOCK of .
NEW SPRING DRY* GOODS !
Embracing cvcryihing uiinilly kept ir^i First
Cias3 Dry GoodsStorc, which heii now receiving,
and will bc constantly addingto duri.ig thc season.
Having been selected with great care, among
tho assortment will bc found all that ix new and
desirable iii style, superior in quality, and reason
able in price.
Determined tHut no establishment shall excel
us in BEAL and -SUBSTANTIAL INDUCE
MEN?S TO CUSTOMERS,'kc wo?ldrespectfully
i?vite a careful examination of hu Goods and
Prices, from ?ll in search of EAR GAINS, before
"An Active Penny to a Slow Shilling'
and believing that his interest and tl at of his cus
tomers are mutual, bis prices sballboso regulated
that those who buy onco will bc glad to call again
and secure, as "before
THE GREATEST BARGAINS,
IN THE CITY.
April 10 . .lin f3
V7-. H. GooDiticn. CG. Gooniucy.,
C, 0, GOODRICH & CO.,'
AND : . . %
&c, A.c., A.c.
S&? Broad-Street, '
,JS?-Ai3;i:e Storage for Consignments,
$9**Personal Httc?t?on given t.? tte l'orcba/e,
SaJe'nnd Shipment of COTTON end other PRO;
DUCTS;-entirely on Ccinmiisiou.
E-STMr. E. lioness may bc found with or.'
Augusta. Feb' ll ly. 7
J C. Sclirciiipri Sous, j J. c. ;v?Iirtinof * Sons
Mauoa, t?a. Sn \ J ?uah, Ga.
No. 10?) BROAD STREET,
KEE I? CONSTANTLY OX HAND A CHOICE
AU Ortl< rV?* ti* Qonniry 'Promptly At.
tr ?ltd tO.
THE REST OT ITALIAN. VIOLIN
AND GUITAR STRINGS.
uf^o-Eisrars FOB .
STETWAT k SON?.
SOEBB-ELER A SCHMIDT'S
AND GA Lr. & co;s
Align?!?. Nov. . Bm ^>
?OOO BUSHELS HF PRIME CORN,
.JOG Bbl!', of family FLOUB, .
130 Sacks Extra Georgi? FLOUR,
?O mids BACON SIDES ? SHOULDERS
. ?00 Sicks Lirerppdi SA f.T,
'25 Iihdi. N-.w Cr.'? MOLASSES,
25 Bags Ric COFFEE,
SO EM:. SUGAR, assorted brands,
30 i\. lr. 6lil trikes Brown SUGAR?,'
SO Boxes and ?. Bosis Laywr RAISINS,
BAGtHNO; 'ROPE, MACKEREL,
C INNED FRUITS of ni kind?,
CANDIES; BOX Goor.:;, '
WOODEN und WILLOW WARE,
100 Hbls. WHISKEY- !';i> ?cs?rtaicb'?,
A enrico ?tock of BRANDIES, WINES, COB
DIALS, ic, &Q.
I'ur talc by
nt: u : IJI i.R?i
Aneurin. Mar ll 2u, 'll
a li e p y,
And Cooking in General.
?RESPECTFULLY announce io thc citizers of
thia cominunitv, "bat; h?vibgiccund ihe ser
vices of an ACCOMPLISHED BAKER, cr.?
wh? comes frr-ra Richmond, Va., with hi>?h tcpli
mnniolt as to skill and exporknpc, lum now pre
pare! to furnish them, ot any time, with
Fresh ans Pure Baker's Bread, . *
Either hy '.bo single Loaf or in considerable
qua:, lilies-al'.voy s carefully prepnicd and Ltvrly
Porous wishing Brcvi, will plea?? cull at fey
Grocery St?>rc, next door lek tv Mr. Bryant,
whore they will always find an ample supply cf
ibo best, carefully kept In new and >:lcan glass
case's or cupboards.- ?
And I would further s I at? la ibo Hcusc-kcpp
crs of Edinficld and its vicinity, tb.it all |
M EATS. POULTRY, CAKES 'or . PASTRY,,
tant to thc Baker now in my employ, for hitch
purpose, will be Cooked-Roasted cr Baked,-hs
the case mny bo-in thc most desirable manner.
In entering upon this new lino of business-sr> .
untried in Edgafield, and so important uudcr ex
isting circum-tances,-I beg thc liberal patron
age of thc coiumupity at large. . ~
A. A. GLOVER, Agent.
Mar 26 tf 13 .
Stale of South Caro 2 i na,
Bonj* Bettie, eta!, -1
.-V8 i *
Ju inc." Hatcher, Adm*, r., Bi,?' -icct'' **c
E. P. II. Kirksey, et al. j
?T uppearing to my satisfaction that E*7y Bknd
nTid D'maris bis wife, John" Butcher, Polly '
Phillips, Paschal Tillman, Benjamin F. Hatcher. . ?
Edward Hatcher. James W. Hatcher, and Josse
Betti!- and wife L?cy, DetciMants in tho within*
$amed Bill, resido fccyond tho limitsof this State,
On motion by BACON, Solicitor,' It is ordered that
they db respectfully appear and plead, answrr.or
demur to tli? said- BilHvitbin fo;ty days from" tho
publication beie&f, or in default the'reof, judg
ment will Bc'taken against them.- . -
Z. W. CARW?LE, C. E. E. P.^ M
April 6, TSr-7. > -, ? - pg \j
Plaintiffs and Defendants
ALL PLAINTIlf S and D?TENDANTS eb? ...
aro intorcstcd in JUDGMENTS in ra?
Gfficciarc'kvJcby?nolificd topaylb? Costs ly Wv}:' " ':
first'nf Jupe next, cr Levita wilk b< 2uadc??Mfc'9*.'?l??',?"ic*'
-IA*-th? saure; wllhcu? delay. "
WM. SPIRES, S. E.
Sniriff 's Cffitfe, Apr 21, l?eY. fitK