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pH". Tho J??duor of tho New Orloaos.2?iiie- has
received s private dispatch from "Washington, in
whitest is. .inserted ,th;?t,the President " never,
ti >n,-and some ?'r his vast'acts will io revoked."
This, saya the Times, "-may be regarded as au
Senator Shorman sailed on the 3rd, for
Europe in the steamer City pf Paris* * Ho dc?.
'. seances Att?rn?y-Gen"?rat Sta*nbeTy*a Iate.opicion
as an attempt to annul tho Acts of Congress.
?E"*f* Bripham'Youhgi 'Jr.,' and his- companion
Richards, .are living gaily in Patis-rrtba former
with two wires and .nine children-the latter with
,^ nino^wives and no ead of ohUdron.* . , *.
??3- Thc Chattanooga Union quotes new-wheat
as sotting at that place for one dollar 'and fifty
cents per? bushel. Tm some parts af Central" Ala^
ba-rmvit is said to have *old>for one dollar/ -
j*C?T* Thirty speakors havo 'been senf. South by
tho Republican Committee at Washington, of
. . whom rwonty are eolore-L
^iSirl^oteiTing to the Ne ir Orleans negroo-,
the New-Orleans-. Tims?- says that wherover the
negroes hold meetings they proposo ' m?n of their
owa.coloras their future leadcrsintT representa
tives. They have 'no confidence ia .tho whito
met?, be thcy'dyed ?^ef so deeply in Ibo ih'ense
crimsonof Radicalism. "No white trash fdr us,"
is their cry.
MARRIED, on Tuesday, 2d Juiy, by the Rev. J.
II. Cuthbert,' Lieut. EDWARD E. JEFFERSON,
ot Va., to Miss SARAH JANE, daughter of M.
? A- IfAMSOif, Esq., of Summer Hill, S. C.
Again has tbe silken mantle of Venus failed'
athwart the shield o? Mars-, blending its liri*
honors with tho silvery sheen of love. A brave
' soldier of tho Confederacy, has come all tho way.
feen; Virginia to light the torch .of Hymen in
South Carolina, and has led to the altar one. of
the brightest of Edgeficld's flowers. Wo offer
this honored couple "our warmest hopes and con
gratulations, and tender to the fair brido cur most
smiling thanks for the royal black cake.
DIED, in Granitevillc, Jane the l-l tb, little
MELLA,-danghteT of Dr. W. B. and Mrs^MARY
SXHCEL, aged S months and ll days. .
Too street for carthy sho has been transplanted
into tho garden of her Lord, to bloom in light
among the pure and spotless angels around the.
Throne of Gail. \
They blossom, those Beautiful flower?,
And bloom.tn the region? above,
Safe lodged ?ba tho heavenly bowers,
Though absent from our poor love. '.
No autumn wfll o'er overshad?,
No winter their beauty destroy,
For Jesus, t'.eir Savior, hns^said
u Let them- reign in my Kingdom of Joy."
DI KP, in Evcrgroeo, Ala., Thursday, 2Ctb June,
after a i<hurt illness, MlNNALULA,oaly daugh
ter of Col. 2. D. end Mra.. A. I. BOWLES, jiged .
16 months ?nd IT day*. < '
ATTOUST?, July (i.
COTTON-T"he d^tn?nd was very light to-day
and altogether fr J? faole ?es, no more, buyers be
in^ in the market, ?mu hilders offering but very
little! Sales amounted to 1U5 bale.', us follows:
."0 al 2D, j2 nt 21, and 2-> Vales at 22 cents'.
UOLD-The Brokers ave buying at 1?S and
Beliing at l?'J. ...?lei
WHEAT-'Whit-, per bushel, $2,25@$2.?.
COKWhite, $l,50@$t.55 ; Yellow, $1.45.
Wheat " Wan>ed\f
FTlIIE Sahscribcr will pav tho highest market
JL price for 5000 BUSHELS WHEAT.
A. A. GLOVER, agent.'
July 10 lm 23
Augusta Seed Store
.. No. 15 Washington Street,
(One Door South side of Broad)
F El SH TUM if SEED !
CROP OF 18G7.
TPlIE 'Subscriber has just received per Steamer
Wjfovtikg a FULL SUPPLY df the abotc Seed.
'Lhe assortment is quita large and full, cinbrnciDg
many new and fine > arieties, too tedious to men
tion. - J
Under tho new Postal law Seed* can be muiltd
in- packages not exceeding four pounds each, ht
thc rate of Two Cents for oach four ounces or
Persons residing at a distance caa procure RE
LIABLE AND PURE SEEDS, freo, of charge
by majl, as I will pay fhe.rpostagc. cn all ordtrs
for a quarter cf a pound or upward?.
Ail orders accompanied with thc ?;?h will
meet with prompt attention.
Augusta, July S 4t29J
STEVENS. ; HOUSE,
21 i 23,25 ?& 27-Broadwaj j Kew York
Opposite^ Balding Creen,
OS THE- EUROPEAN PLAN.
TUE STEVENS BLOUSE is We.ll and .widely
?tudwu tb tho .travelling paulie. The.roca
rioD is'especially suitable te- merchants nnd busi
ness. mc'tr7' it is in close proximity to tho 1? usinais
pjrt bl tho city-is on the highway of Southern 1
and Western travel-nm! adjacent to ?.ll the-prin
cipal Ruilr,oa4 and Stcah-.boat depots.
THE STKVEN.s'nOUSE has liberal 'accom
moda! foo for over'SCO guests-it is well furnished,
and.-pof so?se? overy nivdorn improvement for the
at rrif jrt awl entertainment of ils irxaates. Tho
rooina are .?paci?os and well ventilated-provided
with gas aud water-the attendance is prompt
and re.-pcc'lu!-and tb* fable' is generously pro
vided with every delicacy of thc season-*)t mod
Thc roams'Laving-i.e-on rc'uruislred t?nd re
modeled, we arc enabled i# offer ex fra. facilita^
for the comfort and pleasure of our Guests.
'GEO. K. CHASE ?r CiV.,
1 ' * ,'Pric RtKToiis. ;
July in ? : . ' t 28
THE Sub-cnber respectfully announces that
this-HOTEL, sitma,ae<l on tho baok Street,
in front ol thc rertdc?ice of W. W. ADAMS, Esq*.,
Mit very ecmrenUnt (<< thJ Lu-in?rB jjarl of tb?
Villa ge, i* open for the accvjimodution of Board
er- a-od thc 'i riircliios Public.
No possible pains will paroared r>n his pnrt to
render tho acominod-ifions 0/ &,<. EXCHANGE
in every respect, -oomplettry s.?fbf.ir+ory tb bb
RATES^OF BOARD: '
l?onr?l por ffay,..*.'.^2,^0
Board p> r iti'mth, ...4.18,00*
b'ingte iietl .'.. 70 !
ll'ir.-a n:r d*y,'..V.i.-..?. 3,50-'
Single Food,.:. -*60 '.
-, . WMf T. GOLDING.]
N. B -Thc St.-.g? is now at tho Ex
change, rjirl person* -wi-tiing to procure Seats
h <.! better cab nud have tt,eir uomes^?tered.
July 2 _" tf 27 j
" Caution:' : '
ALL Persons ?rcoutLjpc>lag-ir?s*tT.id;ng fijr
a certain Noto Rr?'cn by" ihn SuDscriber tu
Simeon Breolt-, or bearer, foi $130, payable, ?: i>
thought, one day aftor date, and dated ui>ouU the
. -1st February lairtj an tai con.?iiie.-.ition# for wfai:rh
stid Note \7.i< viven faa* failed, ' and I aw dutcr.
<mined to reeis? it* payment.
.? SHIRLEY WHATLEY. -
. Jaly 10 . . . . 2t* ' irs
, TMTY BOOICi are no? open, and will sta:id
4.YJ. open until the 2v\u inst., for.?he CoHectiob
ol' ibo (?aarterly Tax on.Guods, Ware.-. ?-?erobanv
.. diiOjiUiuots, ?c., endinglho ."Oih June, L9C7?
I u'-se wbo fuji to comply by tho <km meutionod,
will Le subject to don?le tax. - .
ll. R?PER, ? C. ? fi,
filtre Eeirosine Oil
.ff^T? HAVS'j?s't received a fresh ??Spply of
TT BURK KEROSINE OIL, which wi!) be
... r". nucm~zsj*s&>:?./ _ft AA
sold" low for Wftftsa-^^iTo Osjoiii $6,00. Sin
gle Gafto.n, $1,15. r
. \. - - .?< .
3?GUE & CARWAL?'/
Pa?er afa?.mc Hali. '
ESTABLISHED IIV 1843.
UNDER CENTRAL HOTEL,
2:30 Broad Street,
. AUGUSTA, GA.
JVoW oa hand a SPLENDID STG?K. of
CLOTHS, CASSLMERES, VESTINGS
?lld COATINGS, which will oe mannfac
I tared lo' ??3er ia <ho MOST .FASHIONABLE
A Fina Stock of Spring.and Summer
(ALL FRESH GOODS,).
Finishing Goods, &c
f?S'kW Goods sold ?fthe very lowest prices.
J, A. VAN WINKLE.
Augusta, Miry 13 " < ?J m 1 20
SPRING AND SUMMER
. - JUST RECEIVED BY
'. 218. Broad Stre?t,
AU G ESTA, OA.
CONSISTING OF A LARGE ASORTMENT OF
\ MEN'S, BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
. \ ! LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
HATS AND CAPS;
Hosiery and Notions",
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of all kinds,
TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS".
Gent?- Furnishing Goods
Consisting ' of SHIRT.', DRAWERS, CRA
-VATS, SUSPENDERS, HALF HOSE, ?e.
All of which wo offer at very low prices. '
JEgTCountry Merchants will do weil by call
ing on U3 before purchasing elsewhere. ,
LEVY & ASHER,
r 218 Broad- Street.
Augusta, Apr 2 v '. tf. 13
SUPPLIES FOR PLANTERS,
tJuST received : from Baltimore,- BACON
and CORN, which I will odvance to Planters
on a lien of their growing Crops, and satisfacto*.
rv security Leiug given. Apply to.
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,,
Hi RojDoId Street,
June 10 4i' 24
?3?*Tiie Newberry Ilcr.-?ld'aud Abbeville Ban
ner will copy tv.-i cv sn cl send bili to . J. S. C.
FULL MARKET PRICES IN CASH PAIL
and Bags Furnished fur early delivery of GOOD
WHEAT. . ci?. ]
""Will bo pleaded to receive proposals from Plan
ter?. " '*
j, s. COLE:,
. . 144 Reynolds Street,
Jurie 3 . - ] m 23
Jv?^Thc Newberry Herald zr.d Abbeville Ean
nor will please eopy twice and forward account to
... J. S. ?.
Newly Faruisiieti an-i Refi??ed,
Unsurpassed by any. Hotel South, .
Was Reopened to tho Pahlic Ovt- S, 1SCC.
T. S. NICKF.RSON, Proprietor.
Jan. 1. tf 1
JAMES G, BAILIE & BRO,
Direct Importers of and
Wholesale nn? Retail Dealers in
i (Os oort FIRST FLOOR.)
GROCERIES OF'ALL KINpS-u.'ually
kept in a fir^t class Grocery Store,
SHOES, BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE
BROOMS AND BUCKETS, ' ?
WILLOW WA RE,
TUBS AND PAILS,
... LIQUORS O JP, ALL KINDS, / ?
NOTIONS OF. EVERY VARIETY.
(ON, OUR SECOND FLOOT..)
'*. / w . * .
JL * . r
CARPETS OF ALL KINDS,
RUGS, DO?R MATS, DRUGGETS,
WINDOW SHADES, - . . ?
'FLOOR AN D TABLE OILCLOTHS
DAMASK AND'LACE CURTAINS,
CORNICES, BANDS AND PINS,
AT OUR OLD STAND,
205 Broad Slrcci,
P. S. Orders fru?a the country promptly" at
Augusta, Apr 15 tf IC
SA??L?S, . . '' ;
HA?;* ESS, .
Top and T?o-Top Buggies,
.'--.' SALALE,-? % v -, ^ M
LEATHER, . -
. hi CALF SKINS.
DUBBER and LEATHER MACHIN? BELT
ING and STEAM PACKING, LACE," PICKER
?nd ROLLER LEATHER . AND ROLLER
A foll assortment in Stora, ?nd constantly ar
deduced Prices !
. SHEUKAK, JESSUP & co.,
No. 225, BroaU St., Sign- of tho Golden Baddie,
Augusta^ !Tecvl7 . ; ; 6m51
REA L, ESTATE
"?TjrlLL 'be sold at Aiken, rm tho. first day nf
V * AuKo? nV?tr, ttfe WELL KNOWN HL?.
DK.->I3 ABLE HOWSE and FARM Staining
Taree Hundred ?ere!, thc property of fha late
Airft. .M. M.^Vitiinn.i; . . .,.
?or firether. ivfijrmatioii, apply to W. J. "WIL
LIAMS, afc; Aikna, or L. W. WILLIAMS, Gra
TEAGUE; & CiRWILE,
UNDER' MASONIC HALL,
EDGEFZEIJD, S. O.
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT
FROM NEW YORK, a full and completo Stock
PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS,
..Brushes, . ,
LAMPS, CHIIttNEYS, Ac
ALSO, A FULL SUPPLY OF THE MOST
i ?yu APPROVED
Consisting in part of
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, -
AVER'S SARSAPARILLA,'. '.
AYER'S AGUE CURE1 AND,PILLS,
WISTAR'S BALSAM WILD CHERRY,
HEMBOLD'S Fluid Extract BUC.HU, ' ?
.RISLEY'S Fluid ExtracfBUCHU,
PHILOTOKEN, or FEMALE'S FRIEND',
HEGE MAN ?fc CO'S. COD LIVER OIL,
WHITCOMB'S ASTHMA REMEDY-A Surp
Cure, : ? -
Honry's and Husband's Calcined MAGNESIA*}
A full assortment of-the. best and most popular
Hair Rencwers and Dressings,
Perfumeries of all Descriptions,
'.Such as .
PHALON'S NIGHT BLOOMING CERE?S,.
BURNETT'S F LOR IM EL,
SMITH'S SWEET OP?PONAX,
SMITH'S VICTORIA REGIA,
GENUINE'BELL COLOGNE, .tc, Ac.
iZa-AU for sale LOW FOX CASH ONL Y
^??"Pcrsons sending orders must send the
Cash or uo attention 'wbatovcr will bc taken of
the order. Wc have to pay Cash, and must ne1
.cefisarily havo-?ash for eur Goods/
T?AGFE & CARW?LE,
. Under Masonic Halb
Juno 26 . ~~ , tf. :2C
" BRICK STORE! !
B- C. BRYAH, Ag'i,
J5EGS leave to call tho attention of friends
.and .customers to a NEW AND COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF'SPRING GOODS."
Brown and Bleached SHIRTINGS,
" , " . SHEETINGS,
5-4 Pillow Case SHIRTINGS,
Bird's Eyo and Huck DIAPERS,
Russia and Sc .ten DIAPER, (
, Bleached Table DAMASK,
Bed' TICKINGS, Striped 'OSNAB?RGS,
Plaid and ? trijml DOMESTIC*, ?fcc.
- . Dress tods. ,
CALICOES from \2\ to 2J cts. per yard,
Scutch and Domestic G IN Jil A.MS.
Fancy Panted ."JUSLIXS,. ,
?.? ACONET.? A
'?? : " ORGANDIES,
Hoiid TA MARTINE,
CM pe dc PARIS.
Biack CHALLY, .tc, ?c.
JACONETS and SWISS MUSLINS,
Nainsook and Dotted Swis* MUSLINS.
Checked end Striped Organdie MUSLINS,
Jaconet and S?i?s EDGINGS,
" " INSERTINGS,
Lace COLLARS and SETTS,
Gloves and Hosiery..
Ladies and Men's GLOVES.-Rid, Silk and
LW.M Thread,- in variety,
Ladies'. Mon's and Mines' HOSE and Half I
Lt >.\: s and Misses Trimmed and Untrimmed
HALS of tho latest style?,
RIBBONS and FLOWERS in grcivt variety,
. Mo's, Buys' and Youth's HATS, all of tho la
tests!., les. '
Men's and Boys Wear**
. IvjuttickT\ JEANS, TWEEDS aud U^acy
Brown and Spanir-h LINENS,
Brown Canvass LINENS,
Brown and Linen L'RILLLNGSj.ic..
"Boots' and Shoes.
Ladles, Misses and Children's' BOOTS ?nd
SHOES, of all do.'criirffons,
Men'ti, Boys BOOTS and SHOES of evory va
A goo? lob bf Brade's Paten t-nd CrbwnHOES
Planters' HOES, SPADES, SHOVELS,
RAKES and FORKS,
LOCKS, SCREWS and HINGES,
Table and Pocket.KNIVES. .
A Good Stock of (Groceries and
With many other ar!ides too numerous to men
tion, all of which' Will be so'.d nt the LOWEST
MARKET PRICE FOR CASH ONLY. . ' "
E^'Call and examine for yourselves.
Apr.2 ." . . v . , tf . .. ,14
NEW STORE !
New ? o ods !
And New-.Prices for Ejjg^
XHE S ubrcribcr is now opening ht tho Corner
?Siore, bnVwccn Mr. B. C. 'Br. VA s's" Brick Store
and the Planter's. Hotel, a CHOICE ASSORT
Family and Fancy Precedes,
Liquors, Wines, Cordials, ?c.,
Which in point nf. quality and low prices cannot
he excelled, if equalled, iii this market.
I also intend dealing largely ia tho . . t . .
.ovision I/i?ic, ;
Such ns' BACON, LARD. FLOUR. CORN,
MEAL, ?tc, which will bo sold at A UGT/STA
RETAIL PRICES-transportation added;
^?r-Tlru publie oro?so??cit?d to pay tb? new
Store a visit and examine my Stock an?l figures.
^?rThahighn?tmarkot price paid for nil COUN
TRY PRODUCE. ... . ?
A. A. GLOVER, Agent. !
EdgoGcld, Feb 12 .... tf 7 ,
r^L LLE Undersigned has on.baud a rtrrj- HAND
SOME LOT of " . .
Metallic" fases and Caskets, '
Which bo is .now SJELLING.AT COST, trans
portation added. Also, alargo-find elqga.nt stacie
of COE?INS of- hisvown raanu'ai?tur*, embracing
all styles and itaQSj which he offers at.primo cost
cf maiorial and manufacture.
?3f Parties buyinc Cases or CoflinB will hayo
thc usc of my HEARSE-froe of charge.
_^*Tcrm?, jstrictly Cash.
J. AL-WIjT?? ?
JogfySfg ' ' '? If . .. - ?36. -
Panj?ni?'s l?ei>atic Bitters. ,
W" S HAVE jurt recciy.cd a mtnply.of PANK
NIN'S CELEBRATED BITTERS".
For sale fgr Ctt?h only.
TfiAGU E. ?fe OARWILE, .
? S ?JCteji -^STJMer mmaifStffi*
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
J? ... /. . "r suv . Sai
I HARRY & CO.,
Haying divested their well-kn^ r7n Establishment of everything
old, or in the slightest degree passe in style and character, aha
having on hand at present absolutely nothing which is not of the
2* '' ? f**"
NEWEST AND MOST FASHIONBLE STAMP,
Announce to their Friends, Patrons^ and the Public Generally, that
they are now, as ever, readv to oblige even the MOST FASTIDI
OUS or EXACTING, and'to fill any bill in the DRY GOODS
I LINE,, that can possibly be written. Their
Stock, of Dry Goods
Present Spring and Summer,
IS yNPRECEDENTEDLY'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'Dumands 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 hud 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
Noiiv?arites des Modes
Now prevailing in Paris and New York.
Consequently- they arc 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 wearers the Latest and Highest
?3r^^y9 B^??xi.ll^r>ls.3r ?Ss Oo
Rcspeetiully invite tho 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 OSNABURGS,
? Bed TICKING and Hickory STRIPES,
. Kerftuck-v JEAN?'nnd Apron CHECKS, '?
Brown PRILLS and JEANS, "
Bleached SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
' While and Slate CORSET JEANS,
. COTTONADES and TWEEDS.
CASSIMERS, BROADCLOTHS, SATINTINES, " ;
Brown Linen DUCKS and COATING,
White and Fancy Linon DUCKS and COATING,
English and-American SOCKS,
Gentlemen's Openwork SOCKS,
. Mu?s' Fino Ludo Thread SOCKS,
Gentlemen's Alexandre Kid GLOVES, .
,: J on vin u "
" Lisle ?ind 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 ??HAWLS,
Black Silk CIRCULARS,
Light Cloth CIRCULARS,
Black Lace CIRCULARS,
Thibet Wool SHAWLS,
White Lace SHAWLS,
Heavy Lyons Black GROS DE NAP,
Heavy Lyons B'ack GROS GRAINS,
Heavj Lyons Black GROS DE RHINE,
Heavy Black PULT DE SOIE, . .
Chene, and Very Narrow Striped SILKS,
Foulard and Glace SILKS,
Plaid and Striped Wash SILKS.
Pldd CHALIES and LE NOES,
LOUSSENTIAS of every Style,
English, American and French BAREGES,
Blue]? and Colored ALPACAS, .
All Styles and Colora of ORGANDIE,
;< " " " Swiss MUSLIN,
? " " M " Mull -MUSLIN, .
All Styles and Colors of LAWN,
? " " " ? TARLATANS,
? ! ? ? ? ? JACKONET,
? ' ? ? ? ? PERCALE,
? " ? ? " CHAMBRAY,
?' ? ? " ? GINGHAM,
? " ?. ? . ? CALICO,
LADIES' MOURNING GOODS.
Lupins Best Black BOMBAZINES,
Black HABIT CLOTH,
Black EMPRESS CLOTH,
Black CRAPE VEILS,
Black LOYE VEILS,
All the rarest and richest styles of INSERTIONS. EDGINGS. FLOUNCING^, COL
LARS and CUFFS, BANDS, INFANTS WAISTS, NETS, HANDKERCHIEFS, '
And in conclusion, GRAY, MTJLXJARKY & CO. would further
announce that they liaye just received large additional supplies of
NEW and ELEG^T DRESS GOODS, purchased in New York
from recess Assignment Sales, at much,
BELOW THE VOST OF IMPORTATION.
Hf^They would respectfully iiivitje ari examination of the Styles
ad Prices. ...
Augueta, Hay 6,
GRAY, MULLARKY & CO.,
228 Broad EHreet, Augusta, Ga,
.'<? >i**t)$? .?ri?
?PMM? MtY OOOM,
To be 'Sold ont in the Next Few Weeks to Make Boen for Nore,
. 1 .. A'T
New York Panic Prices
Calicoes at 10 Gents per Tard.
Good Fast Colors at 121-2 Cents,
The Very Best Styles Made at 15 Cents?
BLEACHED COTTONS at 10, 12?, 15, 18, and 20 Cents.
LONSDALE COTTON, at 24 Cents.
8-4, 9-4, 10-4, and 114 BLEACHED and BROWN SHEETINGS, at
NEW .YORK AUCTION PRICES.
STRIPED COTTONADES, at 12?, J5, and 20 Cents.
COTTON PLAIDS, at 18 and 20 Cents.
COTTONADE PANTALOON STUFFS, at 2D and 25 Conts.
LINENS FOR PANTS AND COATS, from 25 Cents to th? Finest.
SILK WRAPPINGS, at Half Price. _
GRENADINE, HERNANA, MOZAMBIQUE, and other SHAWLS, very
g^-TO SECURE THE PICK OF THE STOCK COME EARLY.
V. RICHARDS * BROS.
301 Broa' %, Corner by Planters' Bote!,
Augusta; May 27 1m 21
NEW GOODS AND GOOD GOODS
Low Prices !
?j?t On? Ilario? Only?
I. SIMON & BRO.,
Nos. 176 and 224 Bro ad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
EN'S, BOYS' ANO YOUTHS'
AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HAVE on Hand a FULL and SPLENDID Stock of CLOTHING and FUR
N1SHING GOODS, which they offer to their Friends and the Public at 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 and PANTS ; LINEN DUSTERS :
DUCK SUITS, 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 out of good Goods, at from |3 to $40 per suit
In their FURNISHING DEPARTMENT you will find
Fine Linen SHIRTS, made by the best Manufacturers in the United States.
Fine Silk, White Lisle Thread and Gause UNDER VESTS.
Irish Linen and Cotton DRAWERS.
CRAVATS, Linen and Paper COLLARS, Silk and Cotton Half HOSE,
A lar?e and fashionable stock of fine and common HATS ;
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS, UMBRELLAS,
HAIR BRUSHES, COMBS, TOILET SOAPS,
And a great many other Goods too numerous to mention.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND FARMERS.
We will sell the rtbove Goods at Wholesale or Retail at a Saving of 23
per Ceiftt. OH Your Part, and will, guarantee to give fo\x new and as
good Goods as are manufactured jn the United States.
Call and examine our Goods before purchasing elsewhere, fo>'your own satis
faction. Remember that the One Price System is established for tile* satisfaction of
all who purchase their Goods from
I. SIMON" & BRO.,
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
176 and 224 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga?
' Augusta, June 17 tf 25
IMPORTANT AND TRUE!
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 eleg antly
finished Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR,
That has ever yet been offered in Augusta.
It is, therefore, important that every gentleman who desires to bidwell dressed, In
Eirments that are THOROUGHLY FINISHED, and, at the sane time, at the
EAST POSSIBLE 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 cour-.try ; and its ope
rations will bc prosecuted with RENEWEO CARK ANO ATTESTION oa 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, wbioh will
receive more ewe than heretofore, and enable our patrons to .supply themselves at
our House with every article they may retjuiro.
JglfOiT Prices are immensely Reduced! ',
KENNY & GRAY,
238 Bro?d Ste?et, -?wugusta.
Apr 1 8m ? 14
aUICK ?? ALES
WoULD call attention to his SELECT and
ELEGANT STOCK of
NEW SPRING BET GOODS!
Embracing ?verything, navally kcjt in a First
Clats Dry Good?Store, which heit LOW receiving,
I and will bc constantly adding to daring the season.
Baring btu selected with great care, among
the assortment ?rill be found all that U new and
desirable in style, superior in quality, and reason,
able in price.
Determined that no establishment shall excel
us ia BEAL and SUBSTANTIAL INDUCE
! MENTS TO CUSTOMERS, he would respectfully
invite a cartful examination of his Goods and
Brices, from sdi io* search of BARGAINS, before
r ?ErZRRlSG AN
^ " An Active Penny to a Slow Shilling,"
and believing thal his interest sad that of Ms cus
tomers aire mutual, his price? shall be so regulated
that those who bay ono? will be glad to call again
abd secara, as before
THE GBEATEST BARGAINS
IK THE CITY. . ?
April 10 3m IS
TIE GENTLE AND ?MPfc?VE?
WARRANTED MADE OP THE VERY BEST
PLOW STEEL !
THE BR INI. Y FLOW baa been ased by
UM Planters of tb? South far mot? than
twenty year?, daring which time it has, after the
most thorough trials in the ii eld, obtained
Over 160 Premiums for its Very Light
Draft, and Great Adaptability to
Every Variety of Soil !
Eron the lightest loam, the sticky, patty like,
bog-wallow lands 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 moolboard. It now comes before tho planter
Greatly Improved Form,
A.nd Much. Cheaper !
The Improved Plow Mr. BRI.NLT designates as
Bocftuso of its adiiptation to all soils and purpo
ses, and being so constructe-l that by having ks
several attachments, the planter, in three minutas
can convert the terning, fallow, or bedding plow
into a first-rate one-horse cultivating plow, a
sweep or a scrap : r ; thus making throo or four
first-rate implements of one, at a trifling addi
In the event of any part breaking or wearing
ont, the same par!, can be duplicated at a small
cost, the same as a cast plow. Its great simplici
ty enables the mc ?t ordinary smith to repair it
To appreciate properly this wonderful, durable
and cheap plow, it must bc seen and used.
This season, as in the past, it will bo impossi
ble to supply the ;ntiro demand for the Brinly
Plow, hence those who desire them will do veli
call as early as co avenient on us, or on our agents
In all important tjwns.
R. H. MIMS, Edgefieid Ct H., S. C.,
Is our Agent, where the Plow can be seen, and
parties can enter their orders.
Enc:'.F?ELD, S. C., June 4th, 1 SGT.
This certifies that I have boen using one of
Brinly's Plows ai) the Spring, and regard it the
best Plow I have ever naod for effeotive work
and light draft.
A. G. TEAGUE.
We will aho acrept orders for the BRINLY
CAST IRON PLOW, which we warrant the very
best in use.
BR1TVLY, DODGE & HARDY.
No. 130 A 132 East Main Street,
'Refer to tie Editors of tbe.Southern Cul
Jone 4 1m S3
For the Million!
?HE ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE of
a GOOD COOKING STOVE ls admitted by
every intelligent person who has used ?hem, and
to bo without one m this age of the world is
! worse than ''old Fogyism,"-it is positive injus
tice to one's self end family.
Since tho close of thc war, hundreds, have been
made happy by the cse of the eolebrated Stovo
called tho " CHARTER OAK," sold by
D. h. FULLERTON, Augusta, Ca.
We could fill colanns of the Adeerfr'ier with
names of happy House-Keepers who daily bless
the * CHARTER OAK."
We give the names of a few of tho happy ono?,
?th out their consent. Hope there can be no ob
Hon. F. W. PK cess,
JAS. T. BACOX, Esq.,
Dr. A. W. Yo r: a CLOUD,
Mr. JULIUS DAT",
Mr. M. LEBESC IULTZ, /
Dr. J. A. Dcvo KB,
Mr. J. T. ALLE:?, Lowndaville, S. C.,
Mr. E. Eua ABK.), Barnwell, S. C.
Don'; iorgo t tb? place : D. L. FULLERTON'S,
Augusta, Ga., dhxetly opposite Express Office.
? Angosta, May 6 6 ra 19
The advertiser, having been restored to health
In a aw weeks bj a very fimpie remedy, "eftcr
having sufforcd f<> . several years with a severe
?ung affection, an i that dread disease Consump
tion-is anxious t i mako known to his fellow
sufferers the meas s of cure.
To ail who desi, ? it, he will tend a copy ot* th?
prescription used (free of charge,) with the direc
tions for preparing and using the same, which
they will find a iure eure for Consumption, Aeth
?o, Bronchitis, Cough; Coidi, and all Throat and
Lung Affections. The only object of the adverti
ser in sending the Prescription is to benefit the
afflicted aad spread information which he con
ceives to be invaluable, and he hopes every nsf.
ferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them
nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wish
ing the proscription, FUCK, by return mail. Will
please address Rsv. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York.
May 27 ly 22
Errors or Hf oath.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from Ner
vous debility, Premature Decay, and sdi the
effects of youthfnl indiscretion, will, for the sake
of suffering humanity, send free to all who need
lt, the recipe and dircctionsfor making the simple
remedy by which be waa cured. Sufferers with
ing to profit by the advertiser's experience can do
BO by addressing, In perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN, 42 Cedar St, New York.
Maj 27 ly St
NOW ON HAND sm* for sals at REDUCED
BATES, a good, assortment of
Which ia point of manufacturo, finish aad price,
cannot fail to glin satisfaction to purchasers.
^Furniture bartered fer ALL KINDS OF
COUNTRY PRODUCE, sad good trades given,
v J. M. WITT.
June 25 ti Sd