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UNDER MASONIC HALL,
W? EAVE JUST" RECEIVED DIRECT
FROM NEW YORK, a full an* complete Stock
PAINTS, OILS, DIE STUFFS,
m??? m? ?mq QrlkUz,
LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, &c.
ALSO, A FULL SUPPLY OF THE MOST
Consisting in par? of
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL,
AVER'S AGUE CURE AND PILLS,
JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT AND PILLS,
WISTAR'S BALSAM WILD CHERRY,
HEMBOLD'S Fluid Extract BUCHU,
RISLEY'S Fluid Extract BUCHU.
PHILOTOKEN, or FEMALE'S FRIFA'D,
HEGEMAN cfc CO'S. C0n LIVER OIL,
WHITCOMB'S ASTHMA "HEMEDY-A Sure
Henry's and Husband's Calcined MAGNESIA.
A full assortment of the best and most popular
Hair Renewers and Dressings,
And , .
Perfumeries ef all Descriptions,
PHALON'S NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS,
SMITH'S SWEET OPOPONAX,
SMITH'S VICTORIA REGIA,
GENUINE BELL COL0*GNE, &c, &c.
jSTAlI for sale LOW FOR CASHJONLY
^SJ-Persons sending orders must scud (he
Cash or no attention whatever wiM be taken of
the order. Wo have to pay Cash, and must ne
cessarily have Cash for our Goods.
TEAGUE & CARWILE,
Under Masonic Hall.'
Juno 26 ti 26
DR. N. A. PRATT,
(Successors to Pratt & Wilson Bros.)
Analytical and Consulting Chemist,
NO. 2:i, H AY NE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C ,,
. : 4 Axa
S?r sis' ^iinrirics.
Analysis of Ores, Soils, Fertilizers, ?c., made
with greatest care and accuracy.
Chemical advice given in sll branches of the
science, tm moderate terms. . *. .
DR. F. OLIN DANN ELLY, so well known
tbrmpbout tho State, is with mc, and would be
glad to see/old f::.)!:o>. or all any order for Goods.
Charle-non, Mar 25 8ml3
M. W. GAUY. WV. T. G^nr.
GARY & GARY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
3*1 i ) Aso ' "
SOL?CiTOR? IM EQTUST?,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
June 2i 3m 20
NOW ON HAND and for sale at REDUCED
RATES, a good assortment of
Which in point of manufacture, finish and price,
cauuot fail to give B&tbfiicf.ion fo parchasen!.
.jSErFurniture bartered fur ALL KINDS OF
C?0NTRY PRODUCE, and good tra'des given.
J. M. WITT.
June 25 t?* 2G
? CHRISTIAN MESSENGER
Published Weekly, in'Augusta, (ia.,
J?T S2 -A. YSAE.
.?.T the instance of gentlemen residing in differ
ent parts of the State, whoso judgment and wishes
are entitled to consideration, wc propose to c< in
incnce, on or about thc 15th inst., thc publication
RELIGIOUS AND FAMILY PAPER,
the object of which will bo the dissemination of
intelligence, religious and moral principles among
all classe* of our people throughout the country.
It is the c.i.-ire ?uni deign oi' the publishers to
make'the MESSENGER an instructive as welt
as interc-ting family visitor-ono tbat will be
read and appreciated by thc intelligent render,
among all clas.-es, and equally acceptable to
Cbri-tians of all denomination^.
To aid US in carrying on thc wro?k we have
undertaken, wo would respectfully ask all Minis
ters ol the Gospel, and our friends generally, to
assist us in circulating the MESSENGER.
Contributions lor its columns are solicited from
Ministers and others who may feel disposed to
aid us in the good work we huve undertaken.
All communications and remittances must be
GENTRY ? JEFFERSON,
A few select advertisements will be inserted at
All papers friendly will please give the.above a
June 1 25
WILL bo soW at Aiken,*on the first dny of
August next, tho WELL KNOWN and
DESIRABLE HOUSE and FARM containing
Three Hundred Acres, Hie property of the late
Mri. M. M. Williams.
For further information, apply to "<S.J. WIL
LIAMS, a: Aiken, or L. W. WILLIAM-, Gra
ham's Tura Out, S. C. . . .
June 25 " St 20
Error? of* Yorath.
A Gentleman who suffered for jeers from Ner
vous Debility, Prematuro Decay, and all thc
effects of youthful indiscretion, wi.H, for the suke
of suffering humanity, tend free to all who need
i-, ti.-: recipe and directions tor .making thesiuipie
remedy by wbic?i he was cured. Sufferers wish
ing (a prelt >>y the advertiser's experience tun do.
BO hy addressing, in perfect confidence,
JtftfN li. Q?DEN, -12 Cedar St., New Yurlu ?
May 27 ly , 22
DEPUTY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE IL S. IN
TERNAL REVENUE TAX,
EoaarrKLP, S. C., Jane 17th, 1SG7.
HAVING boan appointed Deputy Collector"df
H. S. Itl?extinl Revenue ftr Edg'efieTd Dis
trict, except i be'Town of Hamburg, I hereby
give notice that. I will open the Books at tnis
place, for the purpj):.^ of Collecting the Taxes ot
?S61 -nd 1865, toe Special T?x of I sci?, on*
Monday the 2l?!i J^IHP, and will continue to
re?oive the Taxes until the 25th July next, whop j
thc penalty agjjast defaulters will bo enforced, !
as I have no (Ti?crotiou in thc metter.
Tho Taxes mutt bc pail in l:. S. Legal Tender
Notes, and Tax Payers wi?l pipase inak-'arrange
It. W. CANNON. Dep. Collector
U. S. Int.'Revenue.
X. B.-Since publishing the above, I havo re
ceived instructions from tho Collector of U. S.
Internal Revenue for the State, that I must not
?ire more than ten days notice "to Tax Payers.
Therefore, in'nccordauco with said instructions,
my books will close on the 4th July. Pirties in
terested will govern thcmsel^os accordingly.
Juno IS 2* . 2i
OR Salo af this Onice a largo lot 0/. OLD
NEW S PAPER 3. For ?ale in paresis to suit
"S?T .? . ?
I I li. ' \
Xiow Prices !
iit'On?' Price Orily.
I. SIMON & BRO.,
Nos. 176' and. 224 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
S ' ' MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
?ND GENTS' F??NiSHING- GOODS, '?.
_AVE on Hand a FULL and SPLENDID Stock of.CLOTHING and; FUR
NISHING GOODS, which they offer to their Friends and the Public nt large, at
REDUCED RATES AND AT ONE PRICE ONLY.
In their Clothing.Department you will find
'Fine Black Cloth DRESS COATS; Fine Black DOESKIN PANTS;
Fine Cassimere DRESS SUITS, extra sizes;
All Silk Mixed Cassimere. SUITS, extra sizes ;
Irish Linen SACK arid PANTS ; XLNEN DUSTERS ; '
DUCK ITS, all Linen- ; White Linen SUITS. ;
Silk, Linen.and Marseilles VESTS, extra sizes.
And a large Assortment of . . .. .
BOYS' ' AND ! YOUTH'S. CLOTHING
We offer "MEN'S SUITS>, made omVof good Goods, at from $3 to'$40 per suit
* In their FURNISHING DEPARTMENT you will find
. -Fine Linen SHIRTS, made bv the best Manufacturers in the United States. -
Fine Silk, White Lisle Thrdad and Gause UNDERVESTS.
Irish Linen and Cotton DRAWERS.
CRAVATS, Linen and Paper COLLARS, Silk and Colton Half HOSE,
A Inree and fashionable stock of fine and'eom'mon nATS ;
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, 'CARPET BAGS, UMBRELLAS
HAIR BRUSHES; COMBS, TOILET SOAPS,
And v. great many other Goods- too numerous to mention.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND FARMERS.
We "will sell the above Goods at Whole-nie or Retail at a Saving" Of 25
per Cent: oil Tour"Pfept, and will gunrantce to giro you new and as
good Goods as are manufactured in the United States?
Call and examine our Goods before purchasing elsewhere, for your own satis
faction. Remember tint thc Ohe Price System is established for thc satisfaction of
all who purchase their Goods from
L SIMON & BBC, .
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING EMPORIUM. .
Augusta, June 17
176 aad 221 Broad S?ree?, Auguste, (*a,
ESTABLISHED |M ISIS.
J. A. VAN WINE
Merchant Tailor, j
UNDER CENTRAL HOTEL, -. '.
280 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, GA. . . L
Now oa hand a SPLENDID STOCK of J
CLOTHS, CASSIMEKES, VESTINGS ;
and COATINGS, which will" bo inaaumc-'
lured to order in thc HOST FASHIONABLE j
STYLES,. . ' j
. \ . -ALSO
A Fine Stock of Spring und Summer
(ALL FRESH GOODS,),
Furnishing Goods, &c
?5D~All Goods sold a: the very lowest prices.
J. A. VAX WINKLE.
Augusta, May IS 3m 20
S PRING AND SUMMER
JUST RECEIVED BY
218 Broad Street, *
CONSISTING OF A LARGE ASORTMENTOF
MEN'S, BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S -
HATS AND CAPS,
Hosiery and Notions,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of all hinds, .
TRUNKS, VALISES, CAltPET BAGS.
Gents" Furnishing Goods
Consisting of SHIRTS, DRAWERS, CRA
VATS, SUSPENDERS, HALF HOSE, ?c.
Al! of which wj oiler nt very low prices.
C'^1 Country Merchants will do well by eali
ng on us before purchasing elsewhere.
LEVY & ASHER,
218 Broad Slrept.
August?, Apr 2 tf 13
SUPPLIES FOR PLANTERS,
JUST received from Baltimore, BACON
nod CORN, which I.will advanco to Pbntcrt
on n lion of their growing Crops, and satisfacto
ry^ security being given. Apply to
J S. COLES,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION ' MERCHANT,
lil Reynold Street,
June 10 It 24
SSTThe Nev,berry Herald and Abbeville ban
ner will cvpy twice and send bill to J. S. C.
FULL MARKET PRICES *N CASH PAID j
and Rag* Furnished for carly delivery of GOOD
V.'ijl bc pleased to receive proposals from Plan
J? Si COLES)
HI Reynolds Strcot, ,
June 3 lm 23
?.$VTho Nowbcrry Ilbfald and Abbeville Lau
ner will plcaso cony twieo and forward account to
. ' J. S. C.
Newly Famished as^l ReSl?ecl,
Unsurpassed by asy.Hotel South,
Waa Reopened to tho Public Oct. S, 1S?G.
T. S. N1C?LE&SON, Proprietor.
Jaa.1. j1 ?f _L
V; .-AT TUE
ja^EGSlcive to call tho attention of fricr.ds
,and customers to ?i NEW AND COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OE SPRING GOODS.
Brown and Bleached SHIRTINGS,
. " SHEETINGS,
5-1 Pillow Case SHIRTINGS,
Bird's Ero and llnck DIAPERS,
Russia anti Scotch MAPER,
pleached Table DAMASK,
Bed TICKINGS, Striped OSNABURGS,
Plaid und Striped DOMESTICS, ?c.
CALICOES from 121 to ?b ct:;, per yard,
Scotch ?ind Domestic GINGHAMS,
Fancy Primed MUSLINS,
" '. " ORGANDIES,
Emoro id ered GR E NADINE,
Crape de PARIS,
Black CHALLY, ic, Jfcc. * .
JACONETS and SWISS. MUSLINS,
Nainsook and Dotted Sivis-i MUSLINS,
Checked'und Striped Organdie MUSLINS,
Jaconet and Swiss EDGINGS,
. ." " INSERTING?,
Lace COLLARS and, SETTS,
Grieves and Hosiery.
Ladies and Men's GLOVES,-Kid, Silk and
Lirie Thread,-in varioty,
Ladic?'. Men's and Misse-,' HOSE and Half
n?sE. . .
Ladies and Misses Trimmed and Untrimmed
HATS i-f thc latest styles.
RIBBONS at ' FLOWERS in great variety,
Men's, Boys'nud Youth's HATS, all of the la
* - . * '
Men's and Boys Wear.
Kentucky JEANS, TWEEDS 'and Fancy
Brown and Spanish LINENS,
Brown Canvass LINENS,
. Brown and Linen DRILLINGS, Ac.
Boots and Shoes.
Ladies, Misses and Childrcrf's BOOTS and
SHOES, of all descriptions, , ..
Men's, Boys BOOTS and SHOES of every va
A good lot of Itrtido's Patent and Crown HOES
Planters' HOES, SPADES, SHOVELS,
BAKES and FORKS,
LOCKS, SCREWS and HINGES,
T-ablc and Pocket KN IVES.
A Good Stock of ' Groceries and
With many other articles too numerous to men
tion, all of which will bo sold ?it tho LOWEST
MARKET PRICE FOR CASH ONLY.
?J?*"Call and examine for yourselves.
Apr 2 tf 14
NEW STORE !
And New Prices for Edgeiiekl !
i HE Subscriber is now opening at tho Corner
Store, between Mr. B. C. BP.VAN'S Brick. Store
and tho Planter's Hotel, a CHOICE ASSORT
MENT of .
Family and Fancy Groceries,
Liquors, Wines, Cordials, &c,
Which in point of qaalily and low puces cannot
b.e excolled, if equalled,in this merket.
I abo intend dca'ing*largely in the
Such as BACON, LARD, FLOUR, CORN,
MEAL, ic, wTilch will'bo sold at AUGUSTA
RETAIL PRICES--.trttos.portaiion added.
?SS^Jhi) public aro solicited to pay tho new
?tore a visit and examine my Stock and figures.
jZB^The highestnoarketprVifrpttidfo?all COUN
A. A. GLOVER, Agent.
?,,Mim;i, 1 iii-J?'iiBMBB??iu?iiiiiiliii.imB
IT jt elf X ? ? ?F H ? ? If 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
GRAY, Ml'lLARKY & CO.,
'Having'divested their well-known Establishment of - everything
old, or 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 FASHI?NBLE 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
' For the * ,
Present Spring andi Summer*
?S UNPRECEDENTEDLY LARGE, FASHIONABLE and SPLEN
DID. Their Selections have been made in the best markets in
Europe and America by 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, lOTLLARKY & 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
Nouveaut?s 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 Co?ds, but likewise all such articles of Ladies'
apparel as will secure to their wearers the Latest and Highest
Style of *
Respectfully invite the attention of the Public to Catalogues of
1 few of the most Prominent Styles of Goods in their different
Departments. .. . ,
domestic and Heavy Dry Goods.
Plain and Siriped OSNABURGS,
lied TICKING and Hickory STRIPES,
Kentucky JEAN'S and Apron CHECKS,
Brown DRILLS ?ind JEANS,
. Bleached SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
While and Slat? CO RS BT .JEANS,
COTTONAD1JS and ? W ELDS.
CASSIMERS, BROADCLOTHS, SATINTINES.
Brown Linen DUCKS.and COATING,
White and Fancy Linen DUCKS and COATING!
English and American SOCKS,
Gentlemen's Openwork SOCKS,
Mons' Fine Lisle Thread SOCKS,
Gentlemen's Alexandre Kid GLOVES,
,: Jouvin u "
" Lisi? and Cashmere GLOVES,
Mens' Buckskin GAUNTLETS,
Merino and Silk UNDERSHIRTS,
DRAWERS, COLLARS, HANDKERCHIEFS, NECK-TIES.
Cloaks, Shawls, Saques, Circulars.
Black Silk BASQUINES,
Colored Grenadine SHAWLS,
Black Silk SAQUES,
Colored Mozambique SHAWLS,
Black Silk CIRCULARS, .
Light Cloth CIRCULARS,
Blnck Lace CIRCULARS,
TUibet Wool SHAWLS,
White Lace SHAWLS,
[Jeavy Lyons Black GROS DE NAR,
:ieavy Lttms Black.GR?JS GRAINS,
Jcp.vy Lyons Black GROS DE RHINE,
Heavy Black PULT DE SOIE,
Chene, and Ver j Narrow Striped SILK/5,
Foulard ai d Glace SILKS, .
Plaid and Striped Wash SILKS.
Plaid CHALIES and LENOES,
LOUSSENT1AS of every Style,
English, American and French BAREGES,
Black ard Colored ALPACAS,
All Styles and Colors of ORGANDIE,
" ;' " ' ? " Swiss MUSLIN,
? " ? ? ? Mull MUSLIN,
All Styles and Colors of LAWN,
II ? 0 II u TARLATANS,
" ? ? " ? JACKONET,
? ?< ? " M PERCALE,
? " " " " CHAMBRAY,
? " ? ? " GINGHAM,
? " " ? ? CALICO,
LADIES' MOURNING GOODS.
Lupins Best Black BOMBAZINES,
Black HABIT CLOTH,
Black EM PRESS-CLOTH.
Black CRAPE VEILS,
Black LOVE VEILS,
All the latest and richest styles of INSERTIONS.' EDGINGS. FLOUNCINGS, COL
LARS and CUFFS, BANDS, INFANTS WAISTS, NETS, HANDKERCHIEFS.
And in conclusion, GRAY, MULXARKY & CO. would farther
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.
pTThcy would respectfully invite an examination of the Styles
GRAY, MULLARK? & CO.,
228 Broad Street, km
ramo ?? ooo?
To be Sold out in the Next Pew Weeks to Mat? Boom for More,
New York Panic Prices
Calicoes at 10 Cents per Yard:
Good Fast Colors at 121-2 Cents,
The Very Best Styles Made at 15 Cents.
BLEACHED COTTONS at lu, 12?, 15, 18, and 20 Cents.
LONSDALE COTTON, at 24 Cents.
84, 9-4, 10-4, and 114 BLEACHED and BROWN SHEETINGS at
NEW YORK AUCTION PRICES.
STRIPED COTTONADES, at 12$, 15, and 20 Cents.
COTTON PLAIDS, at 18 and 20 Cents.
COTTONADE PANTALOON STUFFS, at 20 and5 25 Cents.
LINENS FOR PANTS AND COATS, from 25 Cents to the Finest
SILK WRAPPINGS, at Half Price.
GRENADINE, HERNANA, MOZAMBIQUE, and other SHAWLS very
much reduced. .. '
ALL THE NEW STYLES OF
G^TTO SECURE THE PICK OF THE STOCK COME EARLY.
V. RICHARDS * BROS.
301 Broad St., Corner by Planters' Hotel,
Augusta, May 27
? PRY j
?pring Dry Groods.
H. F. BUSSELL & CIO.
ARE NOW OPENING A LARGE STOCK OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
? Purchased at the VERY LOWEST FIGURES from Ia.porters and Manufactur?is, ia
New York, Baltimore and Philadelphia, -shjcb they offer at Wholesale a'?id Retail, on most
Merchants from the interior will find it greatly to their advantage to examine our
Stock, as great inducements will be offered them.
Augusta, Mar 25, Lf 13
IMPORTANT AND TRUE !
Immense Reduction in Prices?
KENNY & GRAY,
238 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.,
Address themselves to the public in very emphatic terms. Every
Gentleman in South Carolina and Georgia who.,will .
take the trouble to call at our
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
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR,
That has ever yet been offered in Augusta.
. ii i - i
It is, therefore, important that every gentleman who desires to be well dressed, in
garments that are THOROUGHLY FINISHED, and, at the same time, at the
LEAST POSSIBLE EXPENSE, to call at once at
KENNY & GEA Y'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 j and its ope
rations will be prosecuted with RENEWED CABS AND ATTENTION on the part of the
Proprietors, so that nothing . of an inferior character can possibly escape their
We have made special selections of choice FURNISHING GOODS, which wil
receive more care than heretofore, and enable our patrons to supply themselves at
our House with every article they may require.
'Our Prices are immensely Reduced!
KENNY & GRAY,
288 Broad Street, Augusta.
JAMES 6, BAILIE & BRO.
Direct Importers of and
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
(OK ?VB FIRST FLOon.)'
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS usually
kept ia a first class Grocery Store,
SHOES, BAGGING, ROFE, TWINE
BROOMS ANT) BUCKETS,
TUBS AND FAILS,
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS,
NOTIONS OF EVERY VARIETY*
(Ox oun StcoHD FLOOR.) ?
CARPETS Of ALL KINDS.
RUGS, DOOR MATS, DRUGGETS,
FLOOR AND TABLE O?L CLOTHS
DAMASK- AND LACE CURTAINS, 4
CORNICES, BANDS AND FINS,
AT OU* OLD SI AND,
205 Broad Street,
Top and l?o-top Budgies,
Carriage Maker?' MATERIAL,
RUBBER and LEATHER MACHINE BELT
ING and STEAM PACKING, LACH, PICKER
and ROLLER LEATHER AND ROLLER
A full assortment in Store, and constantly ar
SHERMAN, JESSUP & ?0.,
No. 225, Broad St., Siga of tbe Golc cn Saddle,
Augusta, Deo 17 6m51
SPRING - - - 1867!
SM AXL PROFITS.
GULI- call attention to bis SELECT and
ELEGANT STOCK of
NEW SPRING DRY GOODS!
Embracing everything usually1 kept in a First?
Class Dry Goods Store, which be is LOW receiving,
and will be constantly adding to during the season.
Having been selected with great care, among
the assortment will bo found all that is now and
desirable in style, superior rn quality, and reason
able in price. ,
Determined that no establishment shall excel
aa ia RE Ai and SUBSTANTIAL INDUCE
MENTS TO CUSTOMERS, ho would respectfully
invite a careful examination of his Goode and
Prices, from alLJn search of BARGAINS, before
"An Active Penny to a Slow Shilling,"
and believing that his interest end that of hiscus*
tomers ar? mutual, his prices shall be so regulated
that those who buy once will be glad to call again
and secure, as before
THE GREATEST BARGAINS
IN THE CITY.
April 10 3m 15
THE GENUINE AND IMPROVED
STEEL PLOW !
?WARRANTED MADE OF THE VERY BEST
PLOW STEEL !
THE BRINLY PLOW bas been used by
the Planters of tho Sonth for moro than
twenty years, during which time it bas, after thc
most thorough trials in the field, obtained .
Over 1GO Pr Miliums for its Very Light
Draft, and Great Adaptability to
Every Variety of Soil !
Even thc lightest loam, the sticky, putty like,
hog-wallow lauds of Texas, the buckshot soil of
Deer Creek, Mississippi, and that of the vicinity
of Helena, Ark., do not clog, but slip easily.over
its moulboard. lt now comos before tho planter
Greatly Improved Form,
A.nd Much Cheaper !
Tho Improved Plow Mr. BRINLV designates as
Because of its adaptation tn all soils and purpo
ses, and being so couftrocte 1 that hy having its
several attach men:?, the plantor, in three minutes
can convert the taming, fallow, or bedding plow
into a first-rate one-borso cultivating plow, a
sweep or a scrapor ; thus making three or four
first-rate implements of one, at a trifling addi
In tho event of any part breaking or wearing
out, the same part can bo'duplicated at a small
cost, the same as a cast plow. Its great simplici
ty enables thc moil ordinary smith to repair it
To appreciate properly this wonderful, durable
and cheap plow, it must be seen and used.
This season, as in tho past, it will be impossi
ble to supply the entire demand for the Brinly
Plow, heneo those who desire them will do well
call as early as convenient on us, or on our agents
in all important towns.
R. H. MIMS, Edgcfield C. H., S. C.,
Is our Agent, whore tho Plow can bo seon, and
parties can enter their orders.
EncEFtPLn, S. Cv Jone 4th, 1S67.
This certifies that I have been using one of
Briolyfe Plows all the Spring, and regard it the
best Plow L have over used for effective work
and light draft.
A. G. TEAGUE.
We will also accept orders for tho BRINLY*
CAST IRON PLOW, which wo warrant tho very
best in use.
BRINLY, HODGE & HARDY,
No. 131) ic 182 East Main Street,
X3T Refer to thc Editors of tho Southern Cul
June 4 , lm 23
For the Million! .
HE ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE cf
a GOOD COOKING STOVE is admitted by
every intelligent person who has used them, and
to bc without one in this ago of tho world is
worse than "'old Fogyism,"-it is positive injus
tice to one's self and family.
Since the closo of tho war, hundreds have been
made happy by tho uso of thc celebrated Stovo
called tho " CHARTER OAK," sold by
D. L. FULLERTON, Augusta, Ga.
We could fill columns of tho Advertiser with
names of happy House-Keepers who daily bless
tho " CHARTER OAK."
Wc give the names of a few of thc happy ones,
without their consent. H'.?po there can bc no ob
Hon. F. W. PiCKKNS,
JAS. T. BACON, Esq.,
Dr. A. W. YotJKGBLOOD,
3Ir. JULIUS DAY,
Mr. M. LEBESCHULTZ,
Dr. J. A. DEVORE,
Mr. J. T. ALLES, Lowndsville, S. C.,
Mr. E. EUBAXKS, Barnwell, S. C.
Don't forget the place : D. L. FULLERTON'S,
Augusta, Qa-, directly opposite Express Office.
Augusta, May 6 6m 19
The advertiser, having been rcstorod lo health
io a few weeks by a ve:-y simple Temedy, after
haying suffered for several years with a severo
lung affection, and that dread disease Consump
tion-is anxious to muk') known to his fellow
Bufferers tho means of cure.
To all who desire it, ho will send a copy of tho
proscription used (free ol charge,) with the direc
tions for preparing and asing the same, which
tb*y will find a ?ure cure for Contumption, Asth
ma, Uronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and
Lung Affections. Tho oi ly object of thc adverti
ser io sending the Prescription is to benefit the
afflicted and spread infirm?t ion which he con
ceives to be iivaluablo, t.nd ho hopes,every suf
ferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them
nothing, ana may prove a, blessing. Parties wish
ing tho proscription, FREE, by return mail, will
please address REV. E DWARD A. WILSON,
?Williamsburg, .lungs Co., Now York.
May 27 ly 22
STOLEN from my Milln on Friday night, 31st
May, a BAY MARE? about 0 or 10 year? old,
ind 15 hands high,-and quite poor-no marks
remembered. She was a fi ie Saddlo nag, and has
i habit of shying or wheeling round upon meet
ing a carriage, buggy ot! wagon in the road.
Also, an Army Saddle ant' Snaffle Bridle.
I will give $25 reward for information that will
ead to the recovery of the Mare, and $25 addi
tional for evidence to convict tho thief.
Persons in the neighborhood of Cokcsbury and
Abbeville C. H., aro especially requested to look
)ut for her, as I have reason to believe she was
:serried in that direction.
R. T. MIMS.
Jase 10 4t 24
WILL PAY $50 REWARD for proof to con
viot thf Thief who- stole my black