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THE NEXT SESSION of this School will
commence on MONDAY, tho 2nd of Sep
tember, and continuo Five months.
Tuition in the Primary Classes, $20,00
Tuition in tho Advanced Classes, 25,00
Board, including washing, lights and
Theso charges are in Gold, or its equivalent in
currency ; payable, one-half at the commence
ment, and the balance at the middle of the Ses
Necessity compels the requirement of payment
L. R. GWALTNEY.
July 30 4t 31
To tbe Voters o? Edge?eld District :
Agreeably to announcement, I am a candidate
for the Clerkship of thc Court of Common Pleas
and General Sessions. Inasmuch as it as actu
ally necemary for me to resumo my duties as
School Teacher, I most respectfully ask to be
excused from canvassing the District, excepting
so far ai J. may bo able to do so, whilst engaged
in my present vocation. In the meantime I earn
estly solicit your suffrage at the ensuing election.
L. YANCEY DEAN.
July 30 3t 31
Science Hill Academy.
THE Exercises of this Academy will be re
sumed on MONDAY, the 6th of August.
Rates of Tuition :
Per Session of Five Months, in Gold :
Elementary Branches, $10,00
English Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, 12,50
Latin, Natural Philosophy, Modern History,
Rhetoric, Logic and Higher Mathematics, 15,00
L. YANCEY DEAN.
July 31 3t 31
J. M. YOUNGBLOOD
EASTERLING & KENNADY
130 Broad Street,
At tho Old Stand of R. C. & H. H. EASTERLIS?,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
PROVISIONS & GROCERIES
Of Every Description.
BAGGING, KCPE and PATENT TIES
for Baling Cotton.
Also, we will soil ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY
PRODUCE, and will 011 Cash orders at the very
lowest Cash prices. ,
July 25, '.. 6m 31
Lost .or Mislaid,
TWO NOTES,-ono Riven in the Spring of
1SCG. payable in Ocr., with interest from
date, for $'J0, by Left Ibrailkill. Tho other given
nhout the .-erne time, for $10, payable in Oct., by
W. D. McGee Both to bo paid in g-ld.
R. B. WATSON.
July 30 lt 31
" $5,00 Reward."
LOST, cn thc l?:h inst, on the Martin Town
Road, supposed between Hamburg and Mill
Creek, thc BARREL. of a Double Barrel Shot
Gun. in which two new Tabes had been inserted.
I will give the UIH-V* reward for it uninjured.
Address, Kiik .ey ? A. ?loads, Edgcfield District,
S. C. E. H. LA G ROON.
July 31 - 3t 31
rr^HE Undersigned gives notice that he bat
Jl this d .y opened a FIRST CLASS HOTEL
in tho Village of EJge?eld for the uccoiuinoda
tion of thc public.
Tho Booms have been re-fitted with Bedding
and Furniture entire-all bran new.
His TABLE will bc supplied with all of thc
substantials and delicacies of this and the Au
gusta markets. The lest tf Servants have been
There is also a LIVERY and SALE STABLE
connected with the Hotel.
Aise-, a MAGNIFICENT DRINKING SA
LOON, under the especial charge of that prince
of caterer?, JAMBS RAMSAV. Drinks from
IO to 25 Cents.
Rates of Board, the same as ail first class
A. A. GLOVER, Agent,
July 23 tf 30
THIS HOTEL is well prepared for the accom
modation of Boarders and thc travelling
public. Every attention given to all who may
favor us with their company.
\"j havo on hand contle HORSES and good
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES to Lire, at low
THE CAROLINA BAR, attached to thc Hotel,
is tinclv furnished, and bountifully supplied with
all kinds of the finest LIQUORS. WINES, SE
GARS, Ac. Drinks IO and 25 Cents.
C. A. CHEATHAM A BRO.
July 23 tf . 30
HAMBURG INN !
HAMBURG, S. C.,
A. SIMON, Proprietor.
Hamburg, July 33 tf 30
Til T> Subscriber respectfully announces that
this HOTEL, situated on tho back Street,
in front of the residence of W. W. ADAMS, Esq.,
and very convenient to the business part of the
Village," is open for the accommodation of Board
ers and the Travelling Public. *
No possible pains will bs .'pared on bis part to
rei.der tho ac-ommoditions of tho EXCHANGE,
in every respect, completely satisfactory to his
RATES OF BOARD :
Board per day.$2,00
Board per month, .18,00
Siugle .Meal . . 75
Ilor.-:- per day,. 1,50
bingle Feed,. 50
X. B.-The Stagd Office is now at tho Ex
change, ond persons wishing to procuro Scats
ii ad better call and have their names entered.
July " tf 27
'CALT. aube EXCHANGE B A R R O O M
MIN A -TU LE PS',
B R A N D Y S A N G A R E E S,
TOM A JERRY,
ICED SODA WATER, with excellent llator
in,', Ac. Ac.
WJ ";11 without doubt please our customers.
PRICE, Only 15 Cents per Drink.
ICE fir ?ale at auy limo at the Bar.
W. I. GOLDING.
July 16 tf Vi
21, 23, 2.5 & 27 Broadway, New York
()?-?>i>*ltc Dowling Green,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
rp HE STEVENS HOUSE is well and widely
Jj_ known to the travelling ; '.iblic. Thu loca
tion is < i ;>c iitl!y suitable to merchants un] busi
ness mer ; ii is in close proximity to the business
.part oj tiic city-is on the highway of Southern
jtud Western truvol-and adjacent to all thc prin
cipal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
THE STEVENS HOUSE has liberal accom
modation for over SOOguosts-it is well tarnished,
and possesses ev?ry modern improvement for the
comfort and entertainment of its l?males. The
room" ar* fpaeions nul wall ventilated-provided
with g?? and water-tho attendance ls prompt
and respectful-and the t.-?blo is generously pro
vided with every delicacy of tho ecaso:..^~at mod
The rooms having been refurnished ac! re
modeled, we aro enabled to olfer extra facilities
for the ciiufort aad pleasure of our Gaunts.
GEO. K. CHASE & CO.,
iuir JO Cm 28
Wheat Wanted ?
IHK Babfcriber wiil r^v ?he highest market
_ price for 5000 ii USUELS WHEAT.
" ' A. A. OLO VER, Agent
Jd/1* 1? ?
H. L. JEFFERS | W. H. JEFFERS-| T. H. JEFFERS
H. L. JEFFERS & CO.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
8^*Spocial attention given to the SALE OF
Orders for SUPPLIES carefully attended to.
July 16 3m 29
ESTABLISHED EV 1843.
J. A. VAN WINKLE,
UNDER CENTRAL HOTEL,
230 Broad Street,
Now on hand a SPLENDID STOCK of
CLOTHS, CASSIMEBES, VESTINGS
aud COATINGS, which will ho manufac
tured to order in the MOST FASHIONABLE
A Fine Stock of Spring and Summer
Clo th. in
(ALL FRESH GOODS,);
Furnishing Goods, &c
?SfAU Gcodssoldat tho very lowest prices.
Orders solicite 1.
J. A. VAN WINKLE.
Augusta, M;.y 13 3m 20
JAMES G, BAILIE & BRO,
Direct Importers of aud
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
(O.t OUR FIRST FLOOR.)'
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS usually
kept in a first class Grocery Storo,
SHOES, BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE
BROOMS AND BUCKETS,
TUBS AND PAILS,
LIQUORS OF ALI. KINDS,
NOTIONS OF EVERY VARIETY.
(Ox ova SECOND FLOOR.)
CARPETS OF ALL KINDS,
RUGS, DOOR MATS, DRUGGETS,
FLOOR AND TABLE OIL CLOTHS
DAMASK AND LACE CURTAINS,
CORNICES, BANDS AND PINS,
AT OUR OLD STAND,
205 Broad Street,
P. S. Orders from the country promptly at
Angosta, Apr 15 tf 16
THE WORKING FARMER,
The Best Agricultural and Family
Paper anti a 50 < eut Prize for
TWO DOLLARS !
THE WORKING FARMER will he sent to
one sub.-criber two years, or two i-ubseribcrs
one year for $-,00, and to the person remitting
us the monty we will send a CONCORD GRAPE
VINE, (the vine which took the Grccly prue of
S1 Oil, at the last Fair of the American Institute,)
worth 50 Cents. THE WORKING FARMER
if a double octavo of 24 pages, price SI 5U per
annum, and is written f?r hy thc best Agricultu
rist? in tho country. Among its regular contribu
tors are :'
S. Edwards Todd, Mrs. J. E. McConaughey
J. Payne Lowe, I. J. Simonson,
P T. Quinn, W. H. White,
Mw. SI. E. Dodge, Mrs. Laura Lyman.
For circular?. .?pecitnen# ic, containing prc
;nium iist?, address WM. L. ALLISON & Co, 5S
Cortlandt St., N. Y.
I V Useful Journal.... We notice among oar
exchanges TBK WORKISG FARMRR. a monthly ag
ricul'ural jourr.al, published hy William L. Alli
son A Co., at 58 Cortlandt Street, New York. A.?
a ch ar exponent of the principles of scient fie
farming, this paper is one of tho best wo have
ever seen. Too many agricultural papers ar? tic
voted to the more elegant branches of horticul
ture and fancy gardening intended for the class
known a? " gentlemon farmers," and but of tittle
value to the workingman whose farm is his only
source of income. Wc feel convinced that this
paper will meet tho necessities of the latter class,
and by its cminont practicability will give just
thc information they most need. "The Wording
Farmer," now in irs nineteenth year, is a double
octavo of twenty-four pages, and is furnished to
subscribers at the low price of Si,50 a year.
Arthur'? Hume Magazine.
Splendid Sewing Machine Premium.
In addition to our ordinary Premiums we make
tho following SPECIAL OFFER :
For Thirty-Six (36)-New Subscribers forward
ed to us at thc rate of $1,50 per annum, or for
Seventy-Two (72) Subscribers at our advance
Club rate (SI,00 a year,) we will present a Gro
ver A Baker, Wheeler A Wilson, or WilctxA
A Gibb?' Family Sewing Machine, complete, with
Hemmer, price $55.
We will also give one of thc above machines
for Eightojii (18) Subscribers two years and $3
each, or iu caso thc number is not obtained, the
deficiency in money may bo made up by tho taker
of thc prcminrp.without thc papcre. The papers
will be scat in packages to one address, or to
each subscriber's name and post-office. Address
WM. L. ALLISON St CO,,
5S Cortlandt St, New York.
July 23 3t .'10
State of South Carolina,
Albert G. Turner,
Ellen Turner, et t l, by next |
friend, ! Bill for In
vs j junction, Ac.
Robert A. Turner, Ex'or.,
Amanda A. Turner, ct al. J
BY Virtus of an Order pissed in thc above
cause, at June Term, lSri7, tho Creditor:? of
the late ALBERT G. TURNER, dee'd., will
present and prove their respectivo demands
against his Estate before thc Commissioner in
Equity for ftdgefield District, at Bdgefield C. H.,
<>n or before ibo arni December next. And in de
fault tiier-of be ilcbirrci ?rom tho benefits of the
.A. W. CARWILE, C. E. E. D.
July 23, 1SG7 Ct 30
State of South Carolina,
T. S. Daniel, Ad.nVr, 1 j,.,, M hii,
J. H . Cooper a6d wife, ct al j. Cft|, ?n
. M..ry L. Hill e. a!. j Creditor,, ic.
BY Vi'tuc of an order in the above oause, tim
Creditors of thc lato WILLIAM M. HILL,
>1 c'd., prenant end provo their respective de
?jnr-.?' agaiiift bis K?tate, before thc Commission
er in Equity for Bdgufield District, at his Office,
?it EdjC< field C. H.. on IT boforo thc first day of
December next. An 1 in default thereof that they
be debarred from the benefits of tho said order.
Z. W. CARWILE, CE n.D.
Jan 23,186T. 6t 30*
ALL Felons having demands or claims ngainft !
the Estate a B. F. PAYNE, dee'd., will j
present them to thc undersigned. Those indebted
to s .iii Estate will find their Note? in the hards
ot Messrs. GARY i GARV, Attorneys at Law, aDd
can fave costs by earlv payment.
C. D SPEARMAN, ) v .
JOHN W. PAYNE. j t,x "rs
July 23 _3m__3(1
WE have on band a good supply of MAGIS
TRATE'S BLANKS. ' I
JAnyU tf SH j
UNDER MASONIC HALL,
JEJDGctt^TEJLiTDj S. C.
TTE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT
FROM NEW YORK, a full and complete Stock
PALMS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, '
"LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, &c.
ALSO, A FULL SUPPLY OF THE MOST
Consisting in part 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,
PIIILOTOKEN, or FEMALE'S FRIEND,
HEGEMAN & CO'S. COD LIVER OIL,
WHITCOMB'S ASTHMA REMEDY-A Sure
Henry's and Husband's Calcined MAGNESIA.
A full assortment of the best and most popular
Hair Renegers and Dressings,
Perfumeries of all Descriptions,
PHALON'S NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS,
SMITH'S SWEET OPOPONAX,
SMITH'S VICTORIA REGIA,
GENUINE BELL COLOGNE, ?c., ?tc.
j23-All for sale LOW FOR CASH ONLY
^Sf*Persons sending orders must send the
Cash or no attention whatever will bo taken of
tho order. We have to pay Cash, and must ne
cessarily have Cash for our Goods.
TEAGUE & CARHILE,
Under Masonic Hall.
June 20 tf 26
B.C. BRYAN, Ag*t,
IL*EG5 Icavo to call tho attention of friends
and cuitoraers to a NEW AND COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF SPRING GOODS.
Brown and Bleached SHIRTINGS,
" " SHEETINGS,
6-4 Piilow Case SHIRTINGS.
Bird's Eye and Huck DIAPERS,
Russia and Scutch DIAPER,
Bleached Tal.le DAMASK.
Bcd TICKINGS, Striped OSNABURGS, '
Plaid and striped DOMESTICS, <tc.
. ? .f .
CALICOES from 12* to 25 c's. per yard,
Scotch and Domestic GINGHAMS,
Fancy Printed MUSLINS,
" " JACONET,
" " ORGANDIES,
Solid TAMA RT1NE,
Crape dc PARIS,
Black CHALLY, ?c., ?c.
JACONETS and SWISS MUSLINS,
Nainsook and Dotted Swiss MUSLINS,
Chscked and Striped Organdie MUSLINS,
Jaconet and Swiss EDGINGS,
" .? INSERTING S,
Lace COLLARS and SETTS,
Gloves and Hosiery.
Ladies and Men's GLOVES,-Kid, Silk and
Lisle Thread,-ia variety,
Ladies'. Men's and Mines' HOSE and Half
La ?'.ici-and Misses Trimmed and Untrimmed
HATS ?f thc late.-t style.1;,
RIBBONS and FLOWERS in crcat variety,
Men's. Boys'and Youth's DA IS, all of the la
Men's and Soys Wears
Kentucky JEANS, TWEEDS and Fancy
Sining CASSIM EH ES,
Brown nnd Spanish LINENS,
Brown Canvass LINENS,
Browu and Linen DRILLINGS, ic.
Boots and Shoes.
Ladies, Misses and Childrou's BOOTS and
SHOES, of ?ll descriptions,
Men's, Boys BOOTS and SHOES of every va
A good lot of Prado's Patent ?nd Crown HOES
Plantar?' HOES, SPADES, SHOVELS,
RAKES and FORKS,
LOCKS, SCREWS and HINGES,
Tablo and Pocket KNIVES.
A Good Stock ol' Groceries and
With iuar.y other articles too numerous to men
tion, all ol wbieh will bo sold ut tho LOWEST
MARKET PRICE FOR CASH ONLY.
?4?" Call and examine for yourselves.
Apr 2_tf _ 14
State of South Carolina;
BY W. F. DUKISOE, Esquiro, Ordinaryof
Whereas, John S. Parduo hus applied to mo
for Letters of Administration, on all und sin
gular thc goods and chattels, rights and credits
of Wm. H. Summerall, late ol' thc District afore
These aro, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, thc kindred ami creditors of tho
said deceased to be and appear before mc, nt our
next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to bc
holden at Edgcftcld C H., on thc 12th day of Aug.
tr;xt, to show cause, if any, why tho said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand nnd soul, this i'Qlh day
of July in thc yenr of cur Lord, ono thou
sand oight hundred ai-.d sixty-tevcr., and in the
"2d year of American Indcpci dence.
W. F. DURIS0E,0.E. D.
Julj ?,l 2t Ul
HE Undersigned has iiand a very HAND
SOME LOT of
Metallic fases and Caskets,
Which he is now SELLING AT COST, trans
portation added. Also, a largo nnd olegnnt stock
of COFFINS of bis own mnnuructure, embracing
ail stylos and sizer, which ho offers at primo cost
of ma'crial and manufacture.
f?tP'Pa.Ttks buyincr Cuses or Coffins will have
thc ute of my HEARSE freo cf charge.
?sj Term?, strictly Ctisb.
J. M. WITT.
June 25 tf 26
jPankuin's Hepatic Hitters*
WE HAVE just received n supplv nf PANK?
NIN'S CELEBRATED BITTERS.
For sale for Cash only.
TEAGUE !t CARWILE,
Under Masonic Hall.
July 2 '_tf 27
S HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PLAINTIFFS,
irrctpertircly, who havo commenced Suits since
tho l?th May, 1S65, that, unless payment of |
COSTS is made on or before tho first of Septem
ber next, their Accounts for the same will bo
handod ovor tu ap Attorney or Magistrate for
Please pay up and savo additional Costs.
WM. SPIRES, S. E. D.
Edgefield C. n., Jniy 15,1607 Ot?
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, MUILARKY & 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 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
Stock, of "JDicy Goods
Present Spring and Summer,
IS UNPRECEDENTEDLY LARGE, FASHIONABLE and SPLEN
DID. Their Selections have been made in the best marketa 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, MULLARKY & CO. have not only had an eye
to thc 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 Goods, but likewise all such articles of Ladies'
apparel as will secure to their wearers the Latest and Highest
FASHION AND ELEGANCES
Respectfully invite thc attention.of thc 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,
B.:d 'HOKING ai:d Hickory STRIPES,
Kentucky JEANS and Apron CHECKS,
Brown DRILLS and JEANS,
Bleached SHIRTINGS mid SHEETINGS,
While and Shire CORSET JEANS,
CGTTONADES and TWEEDS.
CASSIMERS, BROADCLOTHS, SATINTINES,
Brown Linen DUCKS and CO ATING,
White and Paney Linen DL'CKS and COATING,
English ami American SOCKS,
Gentlemen's Openwork SOCKS.
Mens' Fine Li-le Thread SOCKS,
Gentlemen's Alexandre Kid GLOVES,
.; Joiivin " M
" Lisle and Cashmere GLOVES,
.Merino and Silk UNDERSHIRTS,
DRAWERS, COLLARS. HANDKERCHIEFS, NECK-TIES.
/ * *
Cloaks, ?Shawls, Saques, Circulars.
Black Silk BASQUINES,
Colored Grenadine SHAWLS,
Black Siik SAQUES.
Colored Mozambique SHAWLS,
Light Cloth CIRCULARS,
Black Lace CIRCULARS,
Thibet Wool SHAWLS,
White Lace SHAWLS,
Heavy Black PULT DE SOIE,
Chene, and Very Narrow Striped SILKS,
Foulard ai.d Glace SILKS,
Plaid and Striped Wash SILKS.
Plaid CHALIES and LENOES,
LOUSSENTIAS of every Style,
English, American and French BAREGES,
Black and Colored ALPACAS,
All Styles and Colors of ORGANDIE,
" .< " " " Swiss MUSLIN,
? .< ? ? ? Mull MUSLIN,
All Styles and Colors ol LAWN,
" " ? ;' TARLATANS,
? '.' " " ? JACKONET,
? . " " ? " PERCALE,
? ? " ? " CHAMBRAY,
? ? " " " GINGHAM,
? " ? ? ? CALICO,
LADIES' MOURNING GOODS.
Lupins Best Black BOMBASINES,
Black HABIT CLOTH,
Black EMPRESS CLOTH,
Black CRAPE VEILS,
Black LOVE VEILS,
All tho latest and richest styles of INSERTIONS. EDGINGS. FLOUNCINGS. COL
LARS ?nd 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.
??pThey would respectfully invite an examination of the Styles
GRAY, MULLARKF & CO,
??8 Broad Street, Augusta, i.Ja.
Augusto, May fi, tf 14
To be Sold out in thc Next Few Weeks to Make Room for More,
]NJ~e w York Panic l?rices
Calicoes at 10 Cents per Yard.
Good Fast Colors at 121-2 Cents,
The Very Best Styles Made at 15 Cents,
BLEACHED' COTTONS at 10, 12$, 15, 18, and 20 Cer.L.
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 12i, 15, and 20 Cents.
COTTON PLAIDS, at 18 and 20~Cents.
COTTON ADE PANTALOON STUFFS, nt 20 and 25 Cents.
LINENS FOR P.ANTS AND COATS, from 25 Cents tc- the 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 Broad Si,, Corner by Planters' Hotel;
Augusta, May 27
NEW GOODS ?ND GOOD GOODS
Low Prices !
Nos. 176 and 224 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN ?
AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
_AVE on Hand a FULL and SPLENDID Stock of CLOTHING and FUR
N1SHING GOODS, which they olTcr 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 Cassimerc DRESS SUITS, extra sizes;
All Silk Mixed Cassimerc SUITS, extra sizes ;
And a large assortment of
BOYS' AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING
We ofter MEN'S SUITS, made out of good Goods, at from $3 to $-10 per suit
In their FURNISHING DEPARTMENT you will find
Fine Linen SHIRT'S, made by thc best Manufacturers in the United States.
Fine Silk, White Lisle Thread and Ganse UN DE K VESTS.
iri*.h Linen and Cotton DRAWERS.
CRAVATS, Linen and Paper COLLARS, Silk and Cotton Half HOSE,
A Innre and fashionable stuck 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 above 'Goods at Wholesale or Retail at a Saying of Qt?
per ?Teilt. OH Youl*"I\'irt, and will guarantee to give 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 that the One Price System is established for the* satisfaction of
all who purchase their Goods from
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
178 and 224 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga,
Augusta, J une 17
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 io endorse our assertion :
That our House contains the MOST COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT, and the most elegantly
finished Stock of
b JLa U JL JUL A ix Xx
That has ever yet been offered in Augusta.
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 thc
LEAST POSSIBLE EXPENSE, to call at once at
KENNY & GRAY'S.
OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Is supplied with the CHOICEST CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VESTINGS,
including thc most delicate shades of color to bc found in the country ; and its ope
rations will bc prosecuted with RENEWED CARE 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 will
receive more care than heretofore, and enable our patrons to supply themselves at
our House with every article they may require.
$5$T Our P*rices are immensely Reduced!
KENNY Sc, GRAY,
. ?38 Broad Street, Augusta.
?prl " 3m 14
SPRING AND SUMMER
JUST RECEIVED BY
LIVY ? ASHER,
218 Broad Street,
CONSISTING OF A LARGE ASORTMENT OF
MEN'S, BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S 4
HATS AND CAPS,
Hosiery and Notions,
MOTLEY & W?MWM
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of all kind?,
TRUNKS, V ALISES, CARPET BAGS.
Gents' Fiirnishing Goods
Consisting of SHIRTS, DRAWERS, CRA
VATS, &USPINDERS, HALF HOSE, Ac.
All of which wo offer at very low prices.
tS^Country Merchants will do. well by call
ing on us before purchasing elsewhere.
LEVY & ASHER,
218 Broad Street. -
Augusta, Apr 2 tf 13
SPRING - - - 1867 !
WOULD call attention to bis SELECT and
ELEGANT STOCK of
NEW SPRING DRY GOODS !
Embracing everything usually kept in a First
class Dry Good&Store, which he is now receiving,
and will bc constantly adding to during thc scacon.
Having been relccted with great care, among
tho assortment will bc found all that is new and
desirable in stylo, superior in quality, and reason
able in r rice.
Determined that no establishment (?hall excel
us in REAL aid SUBSTANTIAL INDUCE
MENTS TO CUSTOMERS, be would respect fully
invite a careful examination of his Goods and
Prices, from all in search of BARGAINS/bcfore
"An Active Penny to a Slow Shilling,"
'and believing th it his interest and that of bis cus
tomers arc inutuil, bis prices shall be so regulated
that thoso who buy once will bo glad to callagain
and secure, ss b iforo
THE GREATEST BARGAINS
IN THE CITY.
April 10 .lui 15
For the Million!
THE ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE of
a GOOD COOKING STOVE ?3 admitted by
every iutclligeut person who bas used them, and
to bo without ono in this agc of, tho world is
worso than ''old Fogyism,"-it is positive injus
tice to one's self and family.
Sinco the eloso of thc war, hundreds have been
mado happy by tao uso of tho celebrated Stove,
called thc ?* CHARTER OAK," sold by
D. L. FULLERTON, Augusta, Ga.
Wo could fill c dumas of thc Adctrtuer with
names of happy JIouse-Kccpers who daily bless
the " CHARTER OAK.';
Wo give tho names of a few of tho happy onos,
without their con -ont. Hope there can bc no ob
Hon. P. W. PICK ess,
JAS. T. BACON, Esq.,
Dr. A. W. YOCXGBLOOD,
Mr. JULIUS DAV,
Mr. M. IiEBESCntrLTZ,
Dr. J. A. DEVOKK,
Mr. J. T. ALLEN, T-.bwndsvillo, S. C.,
Mr. E. EcnA^KS) Barnwell, S. C.
D^n't forgot thc place : D. L. FULLERTON'S,
Augusta, Qa., dirtctly opposite Express Oince.
Augusta, Mny ?. Cm 19
SUPPLIES FOR PLANTERS,
JuST received from Baltimore, BACON
ond CORN, wb-ch I will advacco to Planters
on a lien of their growing Crops, and satisfacto
ry security being |;iven. Arply to
J. S. COLES,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
144 Reynold Street,
Juno 10 " 4t 24
53r*The Newberry Herald and Abbeville Ban
ner will copy twice and send bill to J. S. C.
The advertiser, I aving been restored lo health
in a few weeks by a very simplo remedy, after
having suffered for several years with a severo
lung affection, and that dread disease Comnmp-'
(ion-is anxious to make known to his fellow
sufferers tho means of cure.
To all who desin it, ho will send a copy of tho
proscription used (tree of charge.) with l'>e direc
tions for preparing and using tho same, which
they T;ill find a ?ur . cure for Consumption, A*th
Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and ail Thront and
Luag Affoctions. 'J.hc only object of thc adverti
ser in sending thc Prescription is to benefit tho
nffl clod and spread information which ho con
ceives to be invaluable, nnd he hopes every suf
ferer will try bis remedy, ns it will cost them
r.otaing, and may provo a blessing. Parties wi.-h
.ng tho prescription, FRKL, by return mail, will
ploaso addross KE\. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York. .?
May 27 ly ?2"
Errors of Youth.'
A Gentleman who suffered for years from Ner
vous Debility, Prematuro Decoy, and all tho
effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake
of sufforing humanity, send free to all who need
it, the recipe and directions for making the simplo
remedy by wbicb ho was curod. Sufferers wish
ing to profit by thc advertiser's experience can do
so by addressing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN, 42 Cedar St., Now Yprk.
May 27 ly 22
NOW ON HAND and for sale at REDUCED
RATES, a good assortment of .
Which in point of manufacture, finish and prico,
cannot fail to give tiatisfactioa to purchasers.
^-Furniture bartered for ALL KINDS OF
COUNTRY PRODUCE, and good trades given.
' J. M. W?TT. !
Juno 25 . tf , . 36
FOR sale at this Office, LAW BLANKS OF.
ALL' KINDS M the most reasonable prices
May 16 tf 20