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.SM ii A * - .* \>\
Te be Sold ont in the Next Few
Calicoes ?at 10 Cents per 7a
Good Fast Colors at
The Very Bi
. BLEACHED COTTONS at 10, 12
LONSDALE COTTON, at 24 Cet
8-4, 9-4, 10-4, and #4 BLE ACE
. NEW YORK AUCTION PRICJ
STRIPED COTTONADES, at 12J
COTTON PLAIDS, al 18 and 20"
COTTON ADE PANTALOON ST
LINENS FOR PANTS AND CO
SILK WRAPPINGS, at Half Prip
GRENADINE, HERNANA, MOZ
much reduced. '
g^-TO SECURE THE PICK OF r.
Augusta, May 27
Closing Out Sale !
X HE Subscribers, in order to cluse out their
LARGE STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER
GOODS, are now offering their ENTIRE STOCK
AT COST PRICES !
Now is the.lime to purchase at VERY LOW
BEAUTIFUL D HESS GOODS,
TUE BEST DOMESTICS,
BEST READY-MADE CLOTHING,
LADIES* AND MISSES? HATS,
LADIES' SHOES,-All Styles,
MISSED' aud CHILDREN'S SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, Ac.
^SfPCall and note thc extremely low prices at !
which we bare marked our Goods.
CHEAT HAM & BRO.
May 15 u 20
ESTABLISHED EV 1S13.
I A. VAN WINKLE,
UNDER CENTRAL HOTEL.
230 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, GA. .
Wow on hand a SPLENDID STOCK of j
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS j
and COATINGS, which will be manufac
tured to "rc>r in the MOST FASHIONABLE
A Fine Stock of Spring and Summer
(ALL FRESH GOODS,)
Furnishing Goods, &c
All Goods sold Ht the very lowcit price?, j
J. A. YAN WINKLE.
Augusta, May 13 ?m 20
SPRING AND SUMMER
JUST RECE?VED BY
LEVY & mum,
218 Broad Street,
. AUGUSTA, GA.
CONSISTING OF A LARGE ASORTMENT OF
MEN'S, BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'?
HATS AND CAPS,
Hosiery and Notions,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of Hil kinds,
TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Consisting of SHIRTS^ DRAWERS, CRA
VATS, SUSPENDERS, HALF HOSE, 4c.
Ail of which we offer at vi-ry low prices.
CSr*" Country Merchants will do well ty call
ing on us before purchasing elsewhere.
LEVY & ASHER,
218 Ii road Street.
Angosta, Apr 2 If 13
.State of South Carolina,
,Y ?V. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
J field District.
Where**, Z. W. C.irwilc, C. E. E. D., ha* ap
plied to mo for Letter* ot Ad nlnistration, dt font's,
non, ou all and singular tho goods und chattels,
rlicbrs and creJiu ?>f John Crouch, Sr., late of
tLe DitfHctaforesaid, deceusud.
Theoo ure, therefore, to eke and admonish all
tod singular, tho kindred und credit?.rs of. the
uni di > eii.<ed, to be .iud appear heiyry me, it oar
?ext Ordinary'D Court for rho -nid Dist/ic-, to he
loldau at EdgefieU Courr Houe ou tb* ':l> day
tt July next, to show cause, i;' any, wliy the said
aluiinistra i?n should not be granted.
Given under my bund asd>*.il, this 24ih day of
?Viy in "tho year of our Lord .?ne thousand ei?bt
hndred and sixty-seven and in the ninety-first
v>.;- of American Independence.
W.F. Dl'RISOE, O.E.D.
Way 27 ? 6t_22
Errors ot" Youth.
I Gentleman who suffered for years from Ner
vi* Debility, Premature Decay, and all the
efftts of youthful indiscretion, will, tor the :akc
of uffering bumauitr, send free to ali who need
it, ie recipe and directiouator making the simple
ready by which he was cured. Sufferers wish
ingo profit by the advertiser'* experience can do
?o h addressing, tn perfect cocfidet.ee,
OH? Jw OfilftK, 42 Cedar St* Nc? York. :
M. ?ir . tf ? I
Weeks to Make Room for More,
sst Styles Made at 15 Gents.
15, 18, and 20 Cents.
[ED and BROWN SHEETINGS, at
ES. .. ' i . . ;' ? . .. .. I-.-.
\, 15, and 20 Cents.
UFFS, at 20 and 25 Cents.
ATS, from 25 Cents to the Finest
?AMBIQUE, and other SHAWLS, very
W STYLES OF
THE STOCK COME EARLY.
-SARDS tc BROS.
SU} Corner by Planters' Hotel,
DR. N. A PRATT,
(Surressors to Pratt k Wilson Bros.)
Analytical and Consulting Chemist,
NO. 23, HA YNE STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
DEALER IN ?
l?rp, CHEMICALS,PAINTS, GIASS
Analysis of Ores, Soil?,* Fertilizers, ?c., made
?rich greatest care and accuracy.
Chemical adrice given m all branches of the
science, on moderate terms.
DR. F. OLIN DANNELLY, so we'll known
throughout the State, is with me, and would be
glad to soo old friends, or fill any order for Goods
Charleston, Mar 25 3m13
A. New Sensation
BOYS AND GIRLS!
BOOKS are hard to get, for want of money.
But the boys and girls must have something
to road, and they ought to have fresh t-upplics oi
reading EVERT WKSK. NOW, there are plenty o!
ujoothly pupers tor them : but their old friend
.iud who does not remember bim and his ** Cn II.
?KEN'S GI'IDE" in war tiny:?-their old ! rit nd, J.
W. BURKE, propose to give them the
HANDSOMEST WEEKLY PAPER ?
his Phoenix Printing House can bring out. Todo
ibis be must hare
Ami he apia's to tho young folks to help him
Ho wants to know bow macy wiU VOTB for the
paper by "agreeing to take it.. Let them send in
their long lists of names that be may see how tbe
vote stands, mid whether it will warrant him IL
commencing it. Xever u.ind thc money just jet.
If he finds the vote uti right, he will begin tu
publication, and call for tho money: for (hen he
will bold that all who have voted fork by sending
up their names, will be under obligation to sub
scribe for the paper. Who says "Hurrah fir a
Weekly Vuper for the Boys and Giris !';
und what bor ur Kiri v Ml goutiest uend io thc
longest list of subscribers?
We shall, in tho first number, bega the publi
cation of a
Sequel to the " Young Jflarconcrg !"
Nearly all the boys nod girls iti the United States
have read thc "YOUNG MAROONERS" and
buen delighted with it; aid Mr. Qoi'LSma as
sures us that the new etor. will be every whit ar
good as tbe old one ; and who could wan; anything
All of our old friends and correspondents, and
a great many new ones, will write for us, and help
ns to make the
Best Juvenile Paper in the United States.
BURKE'S WEEKLY FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
?ill Le a haudsome Quarto of eight pages, splen
didly illustrated, and elegritnlly printed with new
type on fine white paper making in the year a
beautiful volume of over 400 pages, with a linc
title page and index.
Single subscriptions.$ 2 00 per.annum.
Three copies. 5 00 " "
Five copies. SOO ** **.
Ton .copies. 16 00 " "
Twenty-one copies. <t0 00 u ?
Single subscriptions, 3 months 50 cents.
Singlo tubseriptious, C mouths 1 00
j JpsSr We want an active and intelligent boy or
j girl at every post office in the South to caurass
i tor subscriptions and will make it to their interest
I io work fur us.
Send for a Premium Hit and Circular giving
full particulars. . Address
. J. W. BUKKE ?fc CO.,
Publishers, Macon, (ia.
May 22, IT 21
G. W. eoswAY, S. TiRictn,
Of Kentucky. Of Edgcneld, S. C.
I CONWAY & TURNER,
,CampheU St., Between Broad ?nd Reynold*,
NEAR PLASTERS HOTEL,
I ALL KINDS of VEHICLES and SADDLE
' HORSES fof Hire. Also, Fine CARRIAGES*
j strictly for F?niilr use. - '
i Mutch Horses, Single Harness Horses, and
' Saddle Horses bought, or sold on Commission.
Covered accommodation on the Premises for
Two Hundred Head of Mules.
Augusta, Oct 15 * 3m42
JUST received a lot of FISK'S CELEBRA
TED METALLIC BURIAL CASES-of the
I latoat styles.
; Also, on hand, of .my own manufacture and
finish, _ hoad tifa 1 assortment of MAHOGANY,
WALNUT, POPLAR and PINE COFFINS.
AU of which I om selling at LOW FIGURES,
and STRICTLY FOR CASH.
M. A. MAKKERT,
Next door to Advertiser Office.
buggies and Wagons.
IHAYE on hand at my Shop, situated near
Good Kopo,Church, a few NO. 1 BUGGIES,
of my own manufacture, and of. good finish.
Ario, One excellent TWO HORSE WAGON.
Wagons and all kinds of Vohiclcs repaired at
short notice, and at low prices.
To persons wishing to exchange or barter pro
vidion* for work done at my Shop, satisfactory
trades will be given.
M 15 J?8' Iv^S:" j
228 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
SUCH PRICES AS, EVEN IN THE PRESENT STRINGENCY
OF THE MONEY MARKET, CANNOT BUT'
BE PRONOUNCED IN AN UNPAR
, ALLELED DEGREE
GRAY, I?LLARKY & CO.,
/ Having divested their, well-known Establishment of everything
old, or in the slightest degree passe in style and character, and
having on hanclat present .absolutely nothing which is not of the
NEWEST IND MOST FASHIONBLE 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 EXACTING, and to fill any.bill in the DRY *GOODS
[LINE, that can possibly be written. Their?
Stools, of Dry Goods
Present Spring and Summer*
IS UNPRECEDENTEDLY LARGE; FASHIONABLE and SPLEN
DID. Their Selections have been made in the best markets in
Europe and America by gentlemen profoundly conversant with
lall the Demands and Requirements of the DRY GOODS TRADE,
and having such advantages of Inspection and Purchase as are
i 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
]N"oTiveaxites des Modes
Now prevailing in Paris and New 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 Ladies'
apparel as will secure to their wearer? the Latest and Highest
CSr-rsty, IML^TJLlla/irlsLjr cfc Oo.
Respectfully invite the attention of the Public to Catalogues of
a few of the most Prominent Styles of Goods in their diff?rent
Domestic and Heavy Dry Goods.
Plain and Striped OSNABURGS,
Bed TICKING and Hickory STRIPES, .
Kentucky J KAN'S and Apron CHECKS,
Brown DRILLS and JEANS,
. Bleached .SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
While and Slat? CORSET .JEANS,
COTTONADES and TWEEDS.
CASSIMERS, BROADCLOTHS, SATINTINES,
Brown Linen DUCKS and COATING,
White and l aney Linen DUCKS and COATING,
English and American SOCKS,
Gentlemen's Openwork SOCKS,
Mens' Fine Lisle Thread SOCKS, ,
Gentlemen's Alexandre Kid GLOVES,
,s Jouvin "
" Lisle and Cvhmera GLOVES.
. Meris' Buckskin GAUNTLETS,
Merino and Silk UNDERSHIRTS,
DRAWERS, COLLARS, HANDKERCHIEFS, NECK-TIES.
Cloaks, Shawls, Saques, Circulars.
Black Silk BASQU/NES,
Colored Grenadine SHAWLS,
Black Silk SAQUES,
Colored Mozambique SHAWLS,
Black Silk CIRCULARS,
Light Cloth CIRCULARS,
Black Lace CIRCULARS,
Thibet Wool SHAWLS,
White Loee SHAWLS,
[leary Lyons Black GROS DE NAP,
Heavy Lyons Black GROS GRAINS,
Heavy Lyons Black GROS DE RHINE,
Heavy Black PULT DE SOIE,
Chene, arid Very Narrow Striped SILKS,
Foulard ai.d Glace SILKS,
Plaid and Striped Wash SILKS.
Plaid CHALIES and LENOES, 1 All Styles and Colors of LAWN,
LOUSSENTIAS of every Style, " " ? . " iS TARLATANS,
English, Americnn and French BAREGES, " " " " " JACKONET,
Black and Colored ALPACAS, ? ? " " ? PERCALE,
All Styles and Colors of ORGANDIE, ? " " ? " CHAMBRAY,
" " ? ? Swiss MUSLIN, i " " " " " GINGHAM,
V. " " u Mull MUSLIN, I ? ? " ? ? CALICO,
LADIES' MOURNING GOODS.
Lapins Best Bleck BOMBAZINES,
Black HABIT J LO TH,
Black EMPRESS CLOTH,
Black CRAPE VEILS,
Black LOVE VEILS,
AU the latest and richest styles of INSERTIONS. EDGINGS,. FLOUNCINGS, COL
LARS and CUFFS, BANDS, INFANTS WAISTS, NETS, HANDKERCHIEFS. -
And in conclusion, GRAY, MULLARKY & CO. would further
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.
t^TThey would respectfully invite.an examination of the Styles
d Prices. ' . V ,
GRAY, JHULLARKY & CO,
228 Broad Ctreet, Augusta, Ga.
B.C. BRYAN, Ag%
I BEGS leave to call the attention of friend,
and customer* to. a NEW AND COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF SPRING GOODS.
Domestic Department.. .
Brown and Bleached SHIRTINGS',
, " SHEETINGS, L
5-4 Pillow Case SHIRTINGS,
Bird's Eye and Huck DIAPERS,
Russia, and Scotch DIAPER,
Bleached Table DAMA8K,
.Bed TICKINGS, Striped OSNABURGS,.,
Plaid and striped DOMESTICS, Ac.
CALICOES from 12* to 25 eta. per yard,
Sootch and Domestic GINGHAMS,
Fancy Printed MUSLINS,
" " JACONET,
" " ORGANDIES,
Crape de PARIS,
Black CHALLY, ?e., Ac.
JACONETS and SWISS MUSLINS, "
Nainsook and Dotted Swiss MUSLINS,
Cheeked and Striped Organdie MUSLINS,
Jaconet and Swiss EDGINGS,
u " INSERTINGS, .
La*? COLLARS and- 8ETTS>
Gloves and Hosiery.
Ladies and Men's GLOVES,-Kid, Silk and
Lisle Thread,-in variety,
Ladies', Men's and Misses' HOSE and Half I
Ladies and Misses Trimmed and Untrimmed
HATS of the latest stylet,
RIBBONS and FLOWERS in great variety,
Men's, Boys' and Youth's HATS, all of the la
test styles. .
Men's and Boys Wear.
Kentucky JEANS, TWEEDS ano*, Faney
Brown and Spanish LINENS,
Brown Canvass LINENS,
Brown and Linen DRILLINGS, Ac.*,
Boots and Shoes.
Ladies, Misses*and Children's BOOTS and
SHOES, of all descriptions,
Men's, Boys BOOTS and SHOES of every va
A good lot of Brade's Patent and Crown HOES
Planters* HOES, SPADES, SHOVELS,
1 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 be sold at the LOWEST
MARKET PRICE FOR CASH ONLY.
B**|r*Call and examino for yourselves.
Apr 2 tf 14
NEW STORE !
And New Prices for Edgefield !
TUE Subscriber is now opening at tho Corner
Store, between Mr. B. C. BRYAN'S Brick Stop
and the Planter's Hotel, a CHOICE ASSORT
MENT of- .
Family and Fancy Groceries,
Liquors, Wines, Cordials, &c,
Which in point of quality and low prices cannot
be excelled, if equalled, in this market.
I also intend dealing largely in tho
Such ns BACON, LARD, FLOUR, CORN.
MEAL. kef, which will bo sold at AUGUSTA
RETAIL PRICES-transportation added.
. _*a**~Tb? public aro solicited to pay tho new
Store a visit and examine my Stock and figures.
.^Sr-The blghbstmarkot price paid for all COUN
Ar, A. GLOVER, Agent. ?
?dgofield, Feb 12 tf 7 *
B ak evy.
And Cooking in General.
?RESPECTFULLY announce to the r-it?zens ol
this r-ornmunitv, that, having secured the ser
vices of an ACCOMPLISHED BAKER, om
who r-oiues from Richmond, Va., with high te?ti
monial* as to skill and experience, I nm now pre
pared to furnish them, at any time, with
Fresh and Pure Baker's Bread,
Either by the singlo Loaf or in considerable
quantities-always earefully prepared and newly
Persons wishing Bread, will please call at my'
Grocery Store, next door belo* Mr. Bryan's,
where they will always find an ample supply ol
the best, carefully kept in n :w and cloan glass
cases or cupboards.
And I would fuither state to the House-keep
ers of Ed^ufield and its vicinity, that al)
MEATS, POULTRY, CAKES or PASTRY,
sent to the Baker now in my employ.- for such
purpose, will be Cooked-Roastud or Baked, a?
the case may be-in tho.most desirable manner.
In entering upon this new lino of business-.?n
untried in Edg?fie!d, and so important under ex
isting circumstances,-I beg the liberal patron
age of thc community at large.
A. A. GLOVER, Agent .
Mar 21 tf 13
FROM me on or about the 24th February last,
the following NOTES :
.One Note on Abran?. Chapman with W. W.
Chapman security, for $275,-given in tho yoar
1858 or '58.
Another on W. W. Chapman with Abram
Chapman security, for $130,-given In '5* or'59.
Another on W. W. Chapman with Abram
Chapman seourity, for $15,-given in '58 or '69.
One on Goorge Chapman wiih W. W. Chapman
And Abram Chapman securities, for $100,-given
iu '58 or '-R>0.
One on Wilson Padgett with Manchester Pad
gett security, for $100,-piven 10*58 or '59.
One on Russel Padgett with Mnry Padgett se?
ourlty, for $130,-given in '58 or '59.
One on E. Watton for $13,50,-given in '63 or
Ono on Jasper Story with Abram Chapman se
ourity, for $25,-given in '58 or '59.
One on Lawson Eidson with Jobn Feaster secu
rity, for 810,-given in '58 or '59.
One on John Brown for $10-Riven in'6I or'62
One on Pickens Denny for $12-given in '58
One on Isaac Oreuder for $84-given in '81 or
One on James Boatwright for $47,-given in
These Notes were all made payable to tho un
dersigned. AIL persons are'hereby cautioned
against trad ng tor either or any of them. Any
information concerning said Notes thankfully re
ceived. D. J. MCGEE.
May 21 3t? 21
TUE Undersigned, having engaged as skilful
and experienced Workmon ns cnn bo found
in South Carolina, design carrying on tho
Shoe Making Business
At Pleosnnt Grovo (tho Shop being very noai the
Church,) about three milos Northwest of Edge
They now offor their services, in the line of
MARINO HOOTS AND SHOES, and REPAIR
ING the same, to their friends and the publie
generally; and respectfully solicit a liberal pat
AU work will be of thc best apd most durable
kind. As to their prices, they will be of a grade
of cheapness to astonish and delight their custo
mers. Having np rent to pay, they will feel
themselves onublod to turn out work at unprece
dentedly cheap rates.
?fflEJ-All ordors left in the Village,'with Mr,
John Colgan, will bo faithfhliy attended tb. '
^ ~ g p. ^^jj^^s^i
S pring Dry Gr oods
H. F. RUSSELL 6
ARE NOW OPENING .? 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 mest
Merchants from the interior will find it greatly td their advantage to examine our
Stock, as great inducements will be offered them.
. Augusta, Mar 2.3, tf 13
Immense Reduction in Pri?es.
KENNY I GRAY,
238 BftOAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.,
Address themselves to the public in very emphatic tytms.
Gentleman in South Carolina and Georgia who will,
take the trouble to call at pur
FIRST CLASS CLOTHING HOUSE
. . Will be willing to endorse our assertion :
That our House contains the MOST COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT, and the most elegantly
finished Stock of
That has ever yet been offered in Augusta.
It is, therefore, important; that every gentleman who desires to'bc well dressed, in
garments that are THOROUGHLY FINISHED, and, nt the same time, at the
LEAST POSSjBLE EXPENSE, to call at once at
KENNY & GRAY'S.
OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Is supplied with the CHOICEST CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VESTINGS,
including the most delicate shades, of color to be found in the country ; and its ope
I rations will be prosecuted with RENEWED CARE AXD ATTEST:O>- on the part of the
Proprietors, so that nothing of an inferior character can possibly escape their
We have made special selections of chi .iee FURNISHING GOODS, which will
receive more care than heretofore, and enable our patrons to supply themselves at
our House with every article they may require. _ .
'Our Prices ore Imuenscly Jiedv.cJ!
238 Broad Street, .?Aigtista.
224. Broad St., 224-.
Every Article in Our Stock Largely
. Seduced ! ;
I. SIMON &
rS, BOYS'.ANO M?Tj?f
Offer the remainder of their WINTER CLOTHING Sinei GENTS*
FURNISHING GOODS at REDUCED PRICES in rtfder to make
room for the Spring Trade. 9
Our well assorted Stock of Gassimeres, Broad Cloths, Doeskins,
Tweeds, Jeans, Hats, and many other Goods, wc offer at the same
^""Buyers will save money by calling and examining for
themselves. . , . >
^"Remember we have ONLY ONE PRICE, always 'giving
our Customers the advantage of a fair Bargain.
I. SIMON .& BRO.,
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
224 Broad Street, Four Doors Below Central Hotel, Angosta, Ga.
Augusta, Jan 7
JOHN O. BOHLER
H. WARNER & CO.,
Family and Fancy Groceries,
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND SNUFF,
PIPES OF ALL KIND;5,
Powder, S3ioi. Caps,
AND ALL KIND OF STRINGS.
ALSO, DEALERS IN
Ready Made Clothing,
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
PERFUMERY AND SWEET SOAPS,
No. 142 and 144 Broad Street,
Nov. 6, Cm 45
Newly Furnished and Refitted,
" Unetrrpa?sed by any llotol SDUth, . ' '
I Was Reopened hrtbe PtaWttc Oct 8, lSGft,
T,. 8. NiCfiEftSOii, Vruvrictor,
H A RIV ESS,
Top Und IJo-Top Buries,
* SADDLE, ^
Carriage Makers' MATERIAL,
RUBBER und LEATHER MACHINE BELT
ING and STEAM PACKING, LACE. PICKER
and ROLLER LEATHER AND ROLLER
A full assortment in Storo, and constantly ar
SHERMAN, JESSUP & CO.,
No. 225, Broad St., Sign of the Golden Saddle,
' AUGUSTA, GA.
Augusta, Dec 17 6m'51
FOR this Oflice^LAW BLANKS^QI
ALL KINDS at the most reasonable- price;
twr'C&ih. ' >-v . ' . . * ' ' *
SPRING - - - 1867!
OULD call attention to bis SELECT and
ELEGANT STOCK of
KEW SPRING DRY GOODS!
Embracing everything] u..it:>l!y Lent in a First
class Dry GoodsStorc, which he is l??w receiving,
and will bi constantly addingto dui ing thescasou.
Having been seketcd with "great, chic, among
the assortment will bc found all .that is new and
desirable in style, superior in quality:, and reason
able in psicc.
Determined that no establishment shall excel
at in. REAL and SUBSTANTIAL INDUCE
MENTS TO CUSTOMERS, ho would respectfully
invites. careful examination of* hie Coeds and
Prices, from all in search of BARGAINS, before
? i- 7 " ? * ^ ?? ? ? ?. . .
purchasing chorherc. M
"An Active ronny tu a Slow .Shilling,*1
and believing that his interest and that of his cus
tomer.! arc mutual, his prices shallbeso regulated
thanthose who boy once will bc glad to cell again
and secure, a* before
THE GBBATEST BARGAINSv
IN THE CITY.
April 10 . 3m - t??5
i - . ?' ' *~ T ' .
For the Million!
HE ECONOME AND- CONVENIENCE of
a GOOD COOKING STOVE ia admitted by
every intelligent person who has used them, and
to bc without ono in thia age of tao world is
worso than -'old Fogy ism,"- it is poiitivo injus
tice to one's self and family.
Since the close of thc war, hundred* have been
made happy by the use of the celebrated Stove
called thc ?? CHARTER OAK," sold by
D. L. FULLERTON, Augusta, Ca.
Wo could fill columns of the Adrcrh'ter with
names of happy House-Keepers who daily bless
the " CHARTER OAK."
Wc give the names of a few of thc tippy ones,
without their consent. Hope ibero cn?! bc no ob
Hon. F. W. PICKEXS,
JAi. X. BACON, Esq.,
Dr. A. W. YorsoB/LO?o,
Mr. .Tenus DAY,
Dr. J. A. Di:vont",
Mr. J. I. ALLEN, Lowodsvillc, S. C., '
Mr. E. ECRANKS, Barnwell, S. C.
Don't forge: thc place : D.i. FULLERTON .S.
Augusta, Ga., directly opposite Express .O?^ca.
Anguila, May C . ^ Cm] .' IV
ES G, BAILIE & BRO,
l?iroci Importers of ara ?I
Wholesale and liciaii Dealers in
. (Ojr ern Fi?sT Fr.oort )
'GROCERIES Ol' ALL KINDS usually
kept in a fir:i elas? Grocery ?tore,
SHOES, BAGGING, KO PE j I'W?NE
BROOMS AND BUCK MTS,
LIQUORS Ol' A li L KINDS'.
NOTIONS OF EVERY VARIETY.
.'0?. r>i:n S::I OM< FLOOR')
CARPETS or ALL FUNDS,
RUGS, DOOR MATS, DRUGGETS,
FLOOR AND TABLE OILCLOTHS
DAMASK AND LACE CURTAINS.
CORNICES. H AN E>S' AND I" I NS.
AT olT. OLD STAN1), . . ...
20*7 Broad SU;cc*y
P. S. C.-der.- from thc country promptly at
Augusta, Apt L" '?' ff W
W. II. 60?11KICH. C. G.'iGiieyairH.
. C,"fi, gOQDRlGH k CO.,
?0TT0N k TOBACCO FACTOJS
AND < ' ,r
* General Commission
Ac, ??? Air.
271 -Broad Street!;
' AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
.p?r* Ample Storage for/Cousignatects.
cfc*Personal attention given tb thc Purchase, .
Salo .iud Shipment of COTTON and other PRO
DUCTS,-entirely 011 Commission.
CSTMr. E. Hone cs tnny bc found with nf.
Augusta. Feb ll. ,lr "
\ C. Stilreiner ?Solis, J J. C. Scnreii?ei k Sons
Macon, Ga. Savannah, G/u.
No. 109 BROAD STREET,,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A CHOICE
^ST" All Ordern from the Country Promptly A r
THE BEST OF. ITALIAN Y10f.LV
AND GUITAR STRINGS.
STEINWAY & SONS,
SOEBBELE? ? SOnMIDT'S
AND GALE & CO/3
Augusta, Nov. 5, Cm 45
J'oiin & Thos. A. Bones,
AUGUSTA j GA, ,
HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK
(J Y SCYTHE BLADES. GRAIN CFA
-S*LE8, GRAIN RIDDLES, WOVE
5 j HU?E* .SCYTHE STONES, end faw