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AUGUSTA, Aug 17.
GOLD.-The brokers are buying at 140 and
selling at 142. ^
COTTON.-Market dull and prices nominal.
Sales of the day as follows hi at 23*, 2 at 24, 4
at 24$, and IS bales at 24$ cents. Total sales, 25
bales. Recoipts, 43 bales.
WHEAT-Red $1,75@1,85; White at $1,S0@.
CORN MEAL-City bolted, $1,50; Country
OATS C5@70 cts. per bushel.
BACON-Clear Sides, lSi?19 ; Ribbed Sides,
1S@1SJ; Shoulders, 14J@15; Hams, 16@20c.
CHARLESVON, August 24.-Cctton declined 1@
lie; salos 51 bales; Middlings 25@25ic; re
ceipts 237 bales.
CINCINNATI, August 24.-Finar quiet and un
changed ; Wheat firmer-red $? 15, white $230
Corn scarco and higher-$1 asked for tnixc
Whiskey unchanged ; Provision!, quiet-shouldc
12Ao, clear sides 15J@16c.
BALTIMORE. August 24.-Rio Coffee dull an
nominally 10@ 12?c. for fair to primo cargoes
Flour-Howard street extra $10 37@10 60, Ci
Mills superfine $9 25: Wheat declined 5c-choice
Virginia red $2 50, fair to prime$2 35@2 45, wh
unchanged ; Corn dull and lowor-white $1 06@
1 09, yellow $11G; Oats lower- 50@59/the latter
for strictly prime.
NEW YORK, Auguet 24.-Cotton quiet at 2Sc
Flour J0@20c lower; Wheat l@2c lower; Corn
id},lt lower; Oats dull and heavy ; Mess Pork
$23 50@23 55 ; Lard quiet; Whiskey firm.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
Methodist Sabbath School.
FL A rs,
Masonic ?lc Odd Fellow*'Hall, Thurs
day Evening, 29th August.
GRAND OPERATIC OVERTURE, Troupe
Opening Chorus, - -- -- -- *
Leno River, -. H. B. H.
We'll havo to get the Stvle, - - - J. T. G
Gentle Rosa Bell, ------ II. B. ll
Gal with the Waterfall, - - - - II. B. H
XJ HST CLE JEFF.
Unelo Tcff, (a mischief maker,) J. T. G.
Dr. Cole, (a villago Doctor,) J. T. S
Henry Cole, (a s-.u of Dr. Cole,) II. B. H.
Jumbo, ^a gardener,) W. D. H.
Simon, (a servant boy,) W. B P.
Old Mrs. Grime?, W. D. R.
Fannie, (Mrs. Grimes' daughter,) B. H. T.
The Troublesome Servant.
Old Brown, (in want of a Scrvs.nt.) H. B. H.
Handy Andy (a Troublesome Strvunt,) J. T. G.
VIOLIN SOLO, ------ II. A. G.
RABBIT DE HASH, H. B. H., J. T. G., W.B.P.
BAG- r??X"??3S SOLO,
By H. A. G.
Box and Cox,
Cox, (a Whitewasher,) J. T. G
Box, (a Waiter,) H. B. H.
Aunty Bouncer, (a Landlady,) B. H. T.
Violins and Guitar.
".'bc whole conclude with thc
GRAND RAILROAD SMASH UP.
By thc Entire Troupe.
?ST Doors open ut 7 o'clock. Performance to
commence it 8.
^SJ-Admistiion, Fifty Cents: Children, half
Aug 27 it 35
THE PUREST AND THE BEST
FOR DISEASES OF THE LIVER. FEMALE
COMPLAINTS, OR PURIFYING
THE BLOOD !
?&~Yor sale by the Druggists.
Aug 28 tf 35
ACCOMMODATION LINE !
U. S. MAIL FROM EDGEFiELD TO AUGUSTA.
PERSONS wishing tr . to Augusta or Charles
ton can be acco iodated by takiug thc
STA OE at Edgcfici'1 . Tuesday; Thursday or
Saturday morning, . o'clock, and from thence
by S. C. Railroad to Augusta or Charleston the
fi^?For Scats, apply to Mr. W. D. RAMEY,
at the Post Office.
Aug 2S tf 3
PUBLISHED AT AUGUSTA, GA.
Oifice ou Ellis Street, oppo.-ite Cuiccrt Hall.
TlIE OBJECT of tho Publishers is thc dis
semination of INTELLIGENCE-RELIGIOUS
AND .MORAL PRINCIPLES-among all class
es of our people.
THE MESSENGER will also devote a portion
of its s;>uco to the iutorcst of (he
MASO NI C FRATERNITY,
And hopes to receive a liberul patronage from
that cla?3 of our people
Subscription price, $2 a year. Address
GANTRY & JEFFERSON,
Augusta, Aug 27 2m 25
lOOO Lb.?. Choico uncovered Baltimore Su-'ar
5000 Lb?. Xi-e Breakfast BACON: -
AB o? which we offer a: retail, at the very
lowest market prices.
JAS. G. BAILIE & URO.
Augusta, Aug 2G tt 35
Cheese, Butter, &c.
OM' in Sr^rc
New SI'KING CHEESE,
FACTORY CliKESE :
New Ywutig America CHEESE, ? t-> s Ibi.cacL
CL.-ire GO SH EN I!UTTER,
Just received and for sile by
JAS. ii. BAILIE Ar BRO.
Augusta, Aug i'6 St 35
TC NIC CRACKERS in Barre!? Hnd b -xes
SO OA CRACKERS, in barrels and boxes;
MILK CE ACKERS, in barrels and Loxes;
EUG CRACKERS, in barrels and boxes;
FOX CRACKERS, in barrel? and boxes;
For sale by pound, box or barrel, by
JAS. G. BAILIE Oe BRO.
Augusta, Aug 2'i tf l>5
\CKEREL in Kits and Half Barrels;
SALMON, in Kits;
COD-FISH, new No. 1 ;
JAS. G. BAILIE JU BRO.
Augusta, Aug 2? tf 26
Brandy, Whiskey, Wine.
1 pr DOZEN PURE OLD BRANDY, 18G0;
IO Genome Pu:c RYE WHISKEY";
VLD PORT and MADEIRA WINES;
Superior old SHERRY WINE;
For sale low by
JAS. ii, BAILIE ?k BRO.
Angosta, Aug 25 Jf 16
BACON, LARD, CORN,
10 HHDS. Clear RIBBED SIDES,
5 Hods. CLEAR SIDES,
5 Casks SUGAR-CURED HAWS,
150 Pkgs. LEAF'LARD, in barrels, tubs
15 Hhds. Primo Muscovado MOLASSES,
10 Hhds. Clayed Cuba MOLASSES,
175 Sacks Primo White-bread CORN,
.75 Boxes Adamantino CANDLES,
125 Sacks Liverpool SALT.
With a FULL ASSORTMENT OF EVERY
THING IN THE GROCERY LINE.
j2?f*For salo at tho lowost figures by
Augusta, Aug 20_tf_34
BAGGING, ROPE, &c.
12 BALES GUNNY BAGGING,
225 COILS ROPE-best brands,
125 KEGS OLD DOMINION NAILS-as
For salo by
Augusta, Aug 20 tf 34
S. E. BOWERS,
HAMBURG, S. C.,"
AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, BACON, LARD, FLOUR
BAGGING, ROFE, TWINE,
TOBACCO, SEGARS, Ac,
AVING changed his Grociry Agency into a
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS will take
groat pleasuro in meeting th'j wants of his old
Friends and Customers.
Hewillpay tho HIGHEST PRICE foi COTTON
COUNTRY PRODUCE, ?o., or will roceivo the
-.rime on Storage.
Farmers and Planters, and the public generally
will find it to their interest to ?.;ivo mo a call.
S. II. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Oct. 1, tf 40
ANDREW J, PELLETIER,
Hamburg, S. C.
CHOICE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
DYE STUFFS, PERFUMERY,
Paints, Oils and Glass,
Cosmetics, Soaps, Combs, Brushes,
Dental, Surgical und Obstetrical In
NUTMEGS IN .'IULL,
And Fresh Imported Spices.
All of which wc take plcajuro in offering to thc
?jub?c at reasonable rates.
A. J. PELLETIER,
Druggist and Apothecary.
Hamburg, Feb 13 6m 7
ll. L. JEFFERS i W. H. JEFFERS | T. H. JEFFERS
A N D
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?3** Special attention given to the SALE OF
Order.-? for SUPPLIES carefully attended to.
July 16 om 2'J
D. C. Tompkins, "J
John Land ram ")
vs. \ Fi Fa.
John S. Smyley. J
v Fi Fa,
The Same. J
BY Virtue of tho Writs of Fi Fa in tho above
stated cases, and by consent of thc parties,
there will bo sold on MONDAY, tho 2d day of
.ScptcmLcr next, at Edgetield C. H., tho follow
ing property belonging to tho Estate of the Do
ieiuUnt J. S. SMYLEY. deo'd., viz:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, known as tho Meet
ing Street Tract, whereon tho Defendant resided
nt tito time of his death, containing Eleven Hun
dred Aero?, moro or less, adjoining lands of Benj.
Quzts, D. C. Tompiiius, Wm. .Harris and others.
Also, thu Real Kilato of said deceased in thc
Village of Edgefield, consisting of SIX STOKE
HOUsES AND LOTS, now occupied by the fol
lowing named parlies: M. Lebcscliultz, John M.
Witt, A. Ramsay, David Harris, John Colgan and
W. SPIRES*, S.E.D.
Aug 6_I4t_ ?1
State of South Carolina,
Geo. W. Long >t Jos. M. Long, A d'ors., "|
Yt. [ Pat',i.
Louisa Perry, J. C. Perry, et al. J
IT appearing to my satLfactios that the Defen
dants, Ira t'ulbreath and wife Julia, Benjamin
.Jlark, Jacob Clark, Catherine Clark, George
Clark, Frederick Clycc and wife Minerva A., re
side beyond tbc limits of this State, On motion
hy Messrs. Anxny ?fc WitioitT, Complainants' So
licitors, Ordered That thc said Defendants do ap
pear and plead, answer or demur, to this Bill
within forty days from the publication hereof,
aud ia default thereof, Judgment pro roiifctro
will bo rendered against them.
I. W. CARWILE, cr. r..t?.
? WILL FURNISH GOOD BEEF and MUT
FOX -to vue people of Edgeiiuld on Momlity,
Wednesday and Saturday mornings, at reasona
ble prices, but strictly for Cush. .
I will have Mutton furnish?.d whenever waut
ed. A. A. GLOVER, Agent.
Aug 20 if 34
Great [Reduction in
WE HAVE just received a fresh supply of
PUR? KEROSINE OIL. which will bc
told low for Cash only. Five Gallons $4,50. Siu
e'!c Gallon, $1,00.
TEAGUE & CARWILE,
Under Masonic Hall.
JUST rooeircd n lot of FISK'S CELEBRA
TED METALLIC BURIAL CASES-of the
Also, on hand, of my o'vn manufacture and
finish, a beautiful nssor'imnt of MAHOOANY,
WALNUT, POPLAR and PINE COFFINS.
Ail of which I am selling at LOW FIGURES,
and STRICTLY FOR CASH.
M. A. MARKERT,
Next door to Advertiser Ofice.
Jaul? tf ?
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
X^IE Exercise* of this Institution will bo re
sumed on MONDAY, September 2d-thc Session
continuing through Five Months:
Collegiate Course, including Fee, $33,00
Academic . " " " 23,00
Primary " " " 1G,00
Board per month, exclusivo of washing, 10,00
Thoso prices aro required in currency-one-half
Well-behaved boys of 12 years and under will
. M. W. SAMS.
Aug 20 ' "tf 34
THE NEXT SESSION of this School will
commence on MONDAY, tho 2nd of Sep
tember, and continuo Five months.
Tuition in tho Primary Classes, $20,00
Tuition in the Advanced Classes, 25,00
Board, including washing, lights and
fuel, " 75,00
These charges aro in Gold,, or its equivalent in
currency; payable, one-half nt: tho commence
ment, and tho balanco at thc middle of thc Sos
Necessity compels thc requirement of pcymont
L- R: GWALTNEY.
July 30 . 4t 31
THE MISSES SEDGWICK'S
Boarding and Day School
CORNER WASHINGTON AND TJELFAIR STREETS,
THIS SCHOOL WILL RE-OPEN ON THE
2nd OCTOBER next.
pjShFor Circulars containing Terms, ?tc, ad
dress tho Principals.
Hon. C. J. JENKINS, Augusta,
GEO. G. McWnonTER, Esq., Augusta,
Hon. E. STARNES, '.'
Dr. J. P. GARVIN, "
Prof. GEO. W. BAINS, "
Col. R. B. BULLOCK, "
Dr. T. W. BATTEv, "
Hon. W. T. GOULD, "
JAMES MILLER, ISsq., u
GEO. M. THEW, Esq., "
Augusta, Aug 20 4t34
SHADY HILL SELECT SCHOOL
will re-ope? her School
??? on MONDAY, tho 2nd of
Tuition per Staion of Thirteen Week* :
For tho Lower Olasses, $5,00
For those farther advanced, G,00
Contingent Fcc, 50
French and Lutin, each, . 5;00
Music on Piano, 10,00
Use of Instrument, 2,00
There will bo DANCING LESSONS given
every Friday evening during thc Su.-sion at $.",00
per Session. No Scholar entered as a Dancing
pupil wiihouf permission of . their Parents or
Guardians. Tho;c not attending the School may
nevertheless join tho Discing Class if they wish
to do so.
Needlework and'Plain'Sewing taught gratis.
There will be a Governess to attend to thc
small children, and prevent their being imposed
upon bv larger Scholars.
August 21 2t 34
ESTABLISHED UV 1813.
I A. V IN WINKLE,
UNDER CENTRAL HOTEL,
230 Broad Street,
lOW on hand a SPLENDID STOCK of
CLOTHS, CASSIM EKES, VESTINGS
and COATINGS, which will bo manufac
tured to order in thc MOST FASHIONABLE
A Fine Stock of Spring and Summor
Clo til in 2;
(ALL FRESH GOODS,},' . '
Furnishing Goods, &c
fSirAi! Goods sold at thc very lowest prias.
J. Ai TS?? ffjNKL?,
Augusta, May 13 3m 2U
J?MES e. BAILIE & BRO,
I) i rec i Importers or and
.Ffiolesale and Retail t-caiers in
(Ox OCR FIRST FLOOR?)
GROCERIES Ol' ALL KINDS usually
kept in a first class Grocer) Store,
SHOES, RAGGING, ROTE, TWINE
BROOMS AND BUCKETS,
TUBS AND PALLS,
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS,
NOTIONS OE EVERY VARIETY.
(Ox OCR SECOND FLOOR.)
CARPETS OE ALL KINDS,
RUGS, DOOR MATS, DRUGGETS,
FLOOR AND TABLE OILCLOTHS
DAMASK AND LACE CURTAINS,
CORNICES, BANDS AND PINS,
AT OUR. OLD STAND,
SOS Broad Street,
P. S. Orders from the country promptly at
Augusta, Apr 15 tf lfl
DEPUTY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, U. S. I. R.
EDCEMBLD C. H., S. C., Aug. 13, 1SC>7.
HA VIN? received tho Annual List for JS?fc
.-.nd tho Social Tux List f'.r ISfi". I hereby
?wo notice to Tax Payers that I will be ready
after Thursday, thc 15th, to receive their Taxes
until tho 1st Septerabor, uftcr which time tho pen
alties of thc law will ba cn'orccd indiscriminate
Not;co ii also giv<;n to those who have n^t paid
tht-ir Taxes on tho April list, that if not paid im
mediately, I HUI ordered by tho Collector to col
lect the same by distraint and salo.
Mutilated or torn Bills will not be received. I
roust insist on all Taxes being paid in Leca!
Tender Nuten if possible, as I am responsible for
Counterfeit National Bills that I may roeeive.
Tax Payers are requested to bo punctual, and
to govern.i uemoelvca ecoording tp the ubovc no
tice, HS I hnvo no discretion.
JPtTOmco hours from 0 A. M. until 4 o'clock
R. W. CANNON, .
Dep. Col. U. S. Int. Rovcnuc,
5th, Cth uud 7th Div., Edgefield Dist
Aug 13 _2t_33
T OST on Friday morning, tho If-th inst., bc
JL4 tween Edgefield C. IL nnd Aiken, a Man's
large and lino CHECK SHAWL. A suitable To
ward will bo paid to tho find'ir for its delivery
at the Advertiser Office, or for information which
will cnnblo thc owner to recover tho same.
Aug 21_'_ 2t34
Panknin's Hepatic Billers*
WE HAVE just received a supply of PANK
NIN'S CELEBRATED* BITTERS.
For salo for Cash only.
TEAGUE Jt CAR WILE,
Under Masonic Hall.
Make Your Own Soap.
WK have just received a large supply' of
CONCENTRATED LYE und POT?SH
for Soap making.
TEAGUE ii CARWILE,
Under Masonic Hall.
An* 13 tf ?
A K. AA, GA.
Newly Furnished and Refitted,
Unsurpassed by tiny Hotel South,
Was Reopened to the Publie Oct. 8, 1866.
T. S. NICKEKSON, Proprietor.
Jan. 1. tf 1
THIS HOTEL is wei! propared for tho accom
modation of Boarders and tho travelling
public. Every attention given .to all who may
favor us with their company.
We have on hand gentle HORSES#and good
CARRIAGES nnd BUGGIES to hire, at low
THE CAROLINA BAR, attachod to tho Hotel,
is finely furnished, and bountifully supplied with
all kinds of the finest LIQUORS, WINES, SE
GARS, Ac. Drinks IO nnd 25 Cents.
C. A. CHEATHAM <fc ERO.
21, 23,25 & 27 Broadway, New York
Opposite Bowling Green,
\ ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
THE STEVENS HOUSE is well and widely
known to the travelling public. Tho loca
tion is especially suitable to merchants and busi
ness men ,* it is in close proximity to tho business
part oi tho city-is on thc highway of Southern
and Western travel-and adjacent to all thc prin
cipal Railroad and Steamboat dopots.
' TI?E STEVENS HOUSE ha? liberal accom
modation for over 300guests-it is well furnished,
and possesses every modern improvement for tho
comfort and entertainment of its inmates. Tho
rtioms aro spacious and well ventilated-provided
with gas and water-tho attendance is prompt
and respectful-and thc table is generously pro
vided with every delicacy of tho season-at mod
Tho rooms having been refurnished and re
modeled, wo are enabled to offer extra facilities
for the comfort and ploasurc of our Guests.
GEO. K. CHASE & CO.,
July 10 Cm 28
rjnllE Undersigned gives uotico tbut he has
X this d*y openod a FIRST CLASS HOTEL
in tho Village of Edgefield for thc accommoda
tion of tho public.
Thc Rooms have been re-fitted with Bcddinj
and Furniture entire-all bran new.
His TABLE will bc supplied Arith all of the
substantials and delicacies of this and the Au
gusta markets. Tho best of Servants have been
There is also a LIVERY and SALE STABLE
connocted with thc Hotel.
Also, a MAGNIFICENT DRINKING SA
LOON, under thc especial charge of that prince
of caterers, JASIES RAMSAV. Drinks from
IO to 25 Cents.
Rates of Board, tho same as all first class
.A. A. GLOVER, Agent,
THE Subscriber respectfully announces that
this HOTEL, situated on the back Street,
i;i front of tho residence of W. W. AnAJts, Esq.,
and very convenient to tho business part of thu
Village, is open for thc accommodation of Board
ers and thc Travelling Public.
No possible pains will bc spared on his part to
rcmicr the acommodations of tho EXCHANGE,
in every respect, completely satisfactory to hi?
RATES OF BOARD :
Board per day.$2,00
Board per month.18,00
Single Meal . 75
Horse per daj-,. 1,50
Single Feed,. 50
WM. T. GOLDING.
N. B.-Thc Stage Offu-o is now at tho Ex
change, end persons wishing tn procure Seats
had better call and huvc their names cutcrctl.
July 2 tf 27
HAMBURG INN !
HAMBURG, S. C.,
A. SIMON, Proprietor.
Hamburg, July 33 . tf 30
ALL at tho EXCHANGE BAR ROOM
BRANDY SANG ARE ES,
TOM <fc .1ERP.Y,
ICED SODA WATER, with excellent flavor
ing, ito.; Ac.
Wa ? ill without doubt please our customers.
ps*' PRICE, Only 15 Cents per Drink.
ICE for sale at any lime r.t tsc Dur.
W. T. GOLDING.
July I fi_?_ tf 29
Brinly Steel Plow !
AM now receiving orders far I he above justly
celebrated PLOW-to be u*tA this Fall in tho
preparation of land l?r small grain. Persons
deslrohs of trying thom will picosa hand in their
orders-accompanied with thc Cvli-by the fir.-1
of September, at which lime I will order as many
Plows ns I have received Cash orders.
Tho Brlnley Plow* have baea usetl In this vi
cinity nearly a year, anil have been pronounced
by all who witnessed fr-.-ir effective wrk nnd
light draft, TUB.BEST PLOW NOW IN ILSE
For the preparation bf land for Wheat, Corn and
Cotton they have n<> equal. .
No. 1-Ono norse Turning Plow, $S,00
Steel Cotton Scraper for above, -',50
" " Sweep '. " 8,50
No. 2-Two Horse Turning Plow 10,00
^SfirCall and sec a specimen.
R. II. MIDIS, Agent.
Aug 13 2t 33
Thc advertiser, having been restored to health
in a few weeks by a very simple remedy, alter
having suffered for rcvcral years with a severe
lung affection, and that dread disease Consump
tion.-is anxious lo mako known to his fellow
sufferers tho means of cure.
To ali who desire it, ho will send a copy of tho
prescription used (free of charge,) with tho direc
tions f<r preparing and using thc same, which
they will lind a nure curr, fur Consumption, Arth
mu. Bronchitis, Coughs. Colds, and all Throat and
Lung Affections. Tho only object of the adverti
ser in sending thc Prescription is to benefit thc
afflicted and spread information which he con
nive? to be invaluable, nnd he hopes every suf
ferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them
nothing, anil may prove a blcssjng. Parties wish
in E thc prescription, FRRB, by return mail, will
please address REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Go., New York.
May 27 ly 22
Errors of Youth.
A Gentleman who Buffered for years from Ner
vous Debility, Premature Decay, and all thc
effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake
of suffering humanity, send free to all who need
it, tho rei ipo and directions for making thc simple
remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers with
ing'to profit by thc advertiser's experience can do
so ky lulilrcsninf?, 'n perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN, 42 Cedar St., New York.
M ny 27 ly 22
Mattrasses ! Mattrasses !
IAM prcpnml to moko to order, COTTON,
WOOL, MOSS or SHUCK MATTRASSES
in tho best manner, and at tho most reasonable
prices. M. A. MARKERT.
July 23 tf 30
TURNIP SEED !
WILL arrivo to-day direct from Ibo celebra
ted Seed Wnrchouso of DAVID LAN
DRETH L SON, thc following varieties:
YELLOW RUTA BAGA,
LARGE WHITE GLOBE,
LARGE WHITE FLAT DUTCH.
For sale by
TEAGUE & CAR WILE,
Under Masonic Hull.
July 30 tf 31
WE havo on hand u good supply of MAGIS
Me J li t? 29
GRAY i TURLEY,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
- IN -
aple and Fancy
HOSIERY, NOTIONS, HOOP SKIRTS,
242 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Referring to the above we beg to state that we have made a
complete clearance of all our Spring and Summer Stock of last
year, and that we are now prepared to offer to the Public an EN
TIRELY NEW and THOROUGHLY COMPLETE ASSORT
MENT of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS adapted to the pres
Nb Old ?e?ds???f?? High Prices?
All Hew Goods-All Low Pri?es
Having had every advantage of the EXTREME LOW RATES
of the present season, we are able to offer our Stock at VERY
In addition to having a resident Partner in New York, who is
always ready to take advantage of the fluctuations of the Markets,
we have lately entered into the business of IMPORTING FROM
EUROPE many lines of Goods, such as Irish Linens, Linen Cam
bric Handkerchiefs, White Goods, Ladies' Stays and Corsets, &c
With these unsurpassed advantages, we have confidence in assuring
our Customers of the
Reliability and Cheapness of our House !
COUNTRY MERCHANTS and PLANTERS pur
chasing by the piece for their Stores or Plantation use, will take
notice that we have fitted up a WHOLESALE ROOM where can
be found full lines of
ESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS.
Brown SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
Bleached SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
Br,.vm DRILLS and JEANS,
Plain and Striped OSNABURGS,
White and Slate Corset JEANS,
Blue DENIMS and STRIPES,
BED TICKING and Hickory STRIPES,
APRON CU EC Iv S and PLAIDS,
Twiilcd SILECIAS and Glazed CAMBRICS,
KENTUCKY JEANS and ERMIN CLOTHS,
COTTONADES and TWEEDS,
Brown Linen DUCKS and COATING,
Fancy Linen DUCKS and COATING,
White Linen DUCKS and COATING,
PRINTS,-Colored. Black, and Black and White,
Merrimac, Sprngue, Richmond, Alien,
American. Dum-elks, Gavner, Aniuskeag,
"Pacific, Wauregan, &e., &c.
GINGHAMS anet LAWNS in great variety,
A RM CRES and DELA INS.
HOOP SKIRTS, NOTIONS. PERFUMERY, ic, icc.
O^r House has always been noted for
CLOAKS and SIIAWL> which it afforded i
the new and desirable Styles yet brought
NOVELTIES ns soon as they appear.
Heavy Lyons Black TAFFLTAS,
Heavy Lyons Black GROS. GRAINS,
Heavy Lyons Black GILDS. DB RHINE,
Heavy Black PULT D? SOIE,
Bloche Silk GRENADINES,
Embroidered English BAREGES,
Nouveaut? TUR QUERE,
Black and Colored J RON BAREGES,
Double width MANTLE BAREGE,
Hernani and Poplin LASSEN.4.,
Paid CH ALLIES and LE NO ES.
Mozambique and Poil de CHEVRE,
Plain, a:rvl Bluck, and Wbitu Checked
Black .Silk SAQUES.
Black Silk BAS QUINES j
Black Silk CIRCULARS,
Light Cloth CIRCULARS,
Plain Crape M A Iv ETZ and BAREGES',
the extent and variety of DRESS GOODS,
ts patrons. At present it contains some of all
forward, to which will be added all thc other
Rich Colored French ORGANDIES,
Rich Colored French LAWNS.
Rich Printed Paris JACKO NETS,
Rich Colored American LAWNS.
Black and White American LAWNS,
Blue. Buff and Pink French PERCALE,
Blue, Buff and Pink P^ris LAWNS,
Blue, Buff und Pink CHAMBRAYS,
Solid Checked Paris GINGHAMS.
Fancy Checked Paris GINGHAMS,
Lupins Best Black BOMBAZINES,
Black HABIT CLOTH and REPS,,
Black and Colored ALPACA,
Deluges and Mohair LUSTRES,
Fine White French MERINOS tee,
Colored Grenadine SHAWLS,
Colored Mozambique SHAWLS.
Black Lace PRINTS and CIRCULARS,
Fine Black Thibet Wool SHAWLS,
White Lace SHAWLS;
Irish Linens, White Goods, ?kc.
Soft Finished CAMBRIC,
Nainsook CHECKS and STRIPES,
Swiss, Mull, India, Book Victoria LAWNS,
White MCUSAL?NE and TARLA .'ANS,
PARCALES and BRILLIANTS,
Tape Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS. .
Printed Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS,
Hemmed Stitched HANDDERCHIEFS,
Plain Button Stitched HANDKERCHIEFS,
4- 4 Fronting LINEN,
5- 4 Pillow Case LINEN,
7-8 Irish LAWNS,
Birds Eve DIAPER,
8 4, IO-4; 12 4 White Satin DAMASK,
Damask NAPKINS, '
Farmer's Brown DRILLS,
White Linen DRILLS,
Fancy Checked LINENS, Sec.,
Jackonet EDGINGS and INSERTIONS,
Swiss EDGINGS and INSERTIONS,
Jackonet and Swiss BANDS,
Jackonet and Hamburg FLOUNCING.
Jackonet and Swiss COLLARS and SETTS,
Hamburg and Dimity BANDS.
Breakfast COLLARS and SETTS, .
Lineu ?' "
Infants Embroidered WAISTS,
Black and White Bobbin NETS,
White Brussels Bibbin NETS,
White and Black Cape NETS,
Black and White Silk ILLUSION,
Black and White Silk Dotted NETS,
Linen " and Lace COLLARS,
Black Applique Lace VEILS,
Black Pusher Lace VEILS,
Empire Bugle Trimmed Lice VEILS,
Black Love VEILS.
Black Crape VEILS,
Hosiery, Notions, Corsets, &c, &o.
Undies Silk and Lisle Thread HOSE,
Ladies' Piain and Openwork Colton HOSE,
Mens " M " " HOSE,
Childs ? " ? " HOSE,
Men's and Boys' English and Amer'can Half
Mens' Fine Lisle Thread Half HOSE,
Ladies Plain and Embroidered Kid GLOVES,
French and American CORSETS,
" " ? PARASOLS,
Sun UMBRELLAS and SUSPENDERS,
Tabby VELVETS, Spool COTTON, Spool
Silk FANS, Palm Leaf and Chip FANS,
ty All Goods purchased of us
free of charge to all parts of the
Ladies Plain aud Embroidered Kid finished
Ladies Black and White Silk and Cotton
Ladies and Misses Paris Lace MITS,
Ladies Lisle Thread and Berlin GLOVES,
Ladies Buckskin and Thread GAUNTLETS,
Mens Berlin Lisle Thread and Cashmere
Mens' Buckskin GAUNTLETS, Soc.,
Black and Colo, ed BELTS and Belt RIBBON,
English CRAPE, French CRAPE,
Belt BUCKLES, Toilet SOAPS,
PORT-MONIES and Silk FLOSS,
Crochet COTTON, LILLY WHITE, &c.
will be carefully packed and sent
City and Hamburg.
Augusta, March 18,
CRAY * TURLEY.
FOR AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER.
SOW Long Orango CARROT, Red ?lthrington
CARROT, Mangle Wurzel BEET, and TUR
FOR AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER.
SOW CABBAGES, Sugar BEET, Long B'ood
BEET, RADISHES, SPINACH, LETTUCE,
ENDIVE, MUSTARD, KALE, RAPE, PAR
SNIPS, TURNIPS, ONION SEED.
?3f7e1m sale at Augusta Seed Store.
Augusta, Aug 0 3t 31
J. M. YOUNGBLOOD
130 Broad Street,
At the Old Stand of R. C. i H. H. EASTEUMNG,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
PROVISIONS & GROCERIES
Of Every Description.
BAGGING, HOPE and PATENT TIES
for Baling Cotton.
Also, we will sell ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY
PRODUCE, and will fill Cash ordor? at thc very
lowest Cash prices.
July 25, Gm 31
UNDER MASONIC HALL,
EDGEPIELD, S. C.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT,
FROM NEW YORK, a full and complete Stock
PAINTS, OILS, ME STUFFS,
??ml? ral ?mq ?U&te?,
LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, ?tc.
ALSO, A FULL SUPPLY OF THE MOST
Consisting in'part of
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL,
AYER'S AGUE CURE AND PILLS,
JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT AND PILLS,
WISTAR'S BALSAM WILD CHERRY,
IIEMBOLD'S Fluid Extract BUC1IU,
RISLEY'S Fluid Extract BUCHU,
PUILOTOKEN, 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 ilencwers and Dressings,
Parfumeries of all Descriptions,
PHALON'S NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS,
SMITH'S SWEET OPOPONAX,
GENUINE BELL COLOGNE, ?c., ?c.
??f-All for salo LOW FOR CASH ONLY
Persons sending orders must sand the
Co3h or no attention whatever will bo taken of
the order. Wc have to pny Cash, and must ne
cessarily bavo Cash for our Goods.
TEAGUE & CABWILE,
June 26 tf 26
jSB*ECS leave to call the attention of friend.
and cuitom'ers to a NEW AND COMPLEIE
ASSORTMENT OF SPRING GOODS.
Brown and.Bleached SHIRTINGS,
? " SHEETINGS,
5-4 Piilow Case SHIRTINGS,
Bird's Eye and Huck DIAPERS,
Russia and Scotch DIAPER, 1
Bleached Table DAMASK, I
Bcd TICKINGS, Striped OSNABURGS,
Plaid and striped DOMESTICS, ie.
Dress (?oeds. .
CALICOES from 121 to 25 cts. per yard,
Scotch and Domestic GINGHAMS,
Fancy Printed MUSLINS,
" " JACONET,
Solid TA MARTINE,
Black EA REGE,
Cr.ipo do PARIS,
Black CHALLY, ic, Ac.
JACONETS.and SWISS MUSLINS,
Nainsook und Dotted Sivis-i MUSLINS,
Chocked ?nd Striped Organdie MUSLINS,
Jaconet and Swiss EDGINGS,
Laco COLLARS and SETTS,
Lu ?lies and Misses Trimmed and Untrimmed
HATS of tho latest styles.
RIBBONS ami FLOWERS in great variety,
Men's, Boys' and Youth's HATS, all of the la
Men's and Boys Wear.
Kentucky JEANS, TWEEDS and Fanoy
' Spring CASSIMERES,
Brown and Spanish LINENS,
Brown Canvass LINENS,
Brq>vn 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 Brado's Patent aid Crown HOES
Planters' HOES, SPADES, SHOVELS,
RAKES and FORKS,
LOCKS, SCREWS and HINGES,
Table and Pocket KNIVES.
A Good Stock of Groceries and
. Crockery Ware,
With many other articles too numerous to men
tion, all of whioh will bo sold at: tho LOWEST
MARKET PRICE FOR CASH ONLY.
E5?"Call and examino for yourselves.
Apr 2 tf W
TlIE Undersigned has on hand a very HAND
SOME LOT of
Metallic Cases ana Caskets,
Which he is now SBLLING AT COST, trans
portation nddod. Also, a large and elegant stock
of COFFINS of his own manufaoturo, embracing
all styles and sizos, which ho offers at prime cost
of ma'erial and manufacture.
Cy Parties bnyine Cases or Coffins will have
tho uso of my HEARSE freo of oharge.
^SrTerras, strictly Cash.
J. M. WITT.
June 25 tf 26
FOR salo at this Offiee, LAW BLANKS OF
ALL KINDS at tho most reasonable prices
May 16 tf 20
SPRING AND SUMMER
JUST RECEIVED EY
LEVY ? ASHER,
218 Broad Street,
CONSISTING OF A LARGE ASOB.TMENT OF
Dry Groo els,
MEN'S, BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
HATS AND CAPS,
Hosiery and Notions,
mw?mY ? Amwm
BOOTS .AND SHOES,
Of all kinds,
TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS.
Gents7 Furnishing Goods
Consisting of SHIRTS, DRAWERS, CRA
VATS, SUSPENDERS, HALF HOSE, ic.
All of which we offer at very low prices.
B37*Country Merchants will do well by -cal'
ing on as beforo purchasing elsewhere.
LEVY & ASHER,,
218 Broad Street.
Augusta, Apr 2 . tf 13
For the Million!
,THE ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE of
a GOOD. COOKING STOVE is admitted by
ovcry intelligent person who has used them, am:
to bo without one in this ago of the world i?
worse than .'old Fogyism,"-it is positive injus
tice to one's self and family.
Since tho close of thc war, .hundreds havo been
mado happy by tho uso of tho celebrated Stove
called the " CHARTER OAK," sold by
D. L. FULLERTON, Augusta, Ga.
We could fill columns of the Advertiser with
names of happy House-Keepers who daily bless
the "CHARTER OAK."
Wo give thc names of a few of the happy onc^,
without their consent. Hope there can be no ob
Hon. F. W. PICKERS,
JAS. T. BACON, Esq.,
Dr. A' W. Yu csu BLOOD,
Mr. JULIUS DAV,
Mr. M. LEBESCHULTZ,
Dr. J. A. DEVORE,
Mr. J. T. ALLEN, Lowndsville, S. C.,
Mr. E. EUBANKS, Barnwell, S. C.
Don't forget tbo place : D: L. FULLERTON'?,
Augusta, Ga., directly opposite Express Office.
Augusta, May 6 * Cm li'
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TUE WORKING FARMER will bc scat lo
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one year for $2,00, and to thc parson remitting
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Splendid Sewing Macniue Premium*
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vcr A Baker, Wheeler A Wilson, r.r Wilcox .
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Wc will aU'o give ono of the above machin
for Eighteen ( KS) Subscrib?-:?- two years ai i
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subscriber's name and post-effice. Addrc<
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July 2:t at ?n
State of South Parolina
Albert G. Turner, )
Ellen Turner, ct al, by next
friend, [ Bill fvr ':_
vs [ junction, Av
Robert A. Turner, Ex'or., j
Amanda A. Turner, ct al. J
BY Virtue of an Order passed In tho aboyo
cause, at June Term, 1807, the Cr?dite -
the lato ALBERT G. TURNER, dee'd.,
preeont and prove their respective demn
Against his Estate before tho Commissiouc .
Equity for Edgefield District, at Edgeflold O. ll"
on or beforo the first December next. And ir I?
fault thereof be debarred from the benefits ot h
Z. W. CARWILE, C. E. E. r
July 23, 1867 6t 31
State of South Carolins,
T. S. Daniel, Adm'or., "1 , . ,
J. W. Cooper and wife, et ni ! ? , 0 *In,?shr,
' J-Assctts, Call iu
Mary L. Kill ot al. j Creditors, Ac.
Y Virtue of an order in tho above cause, tho
. Creditors of tho late WILLIAM M. HILL,
dee'd., will present and prove their respective de
mands against his Estate, before thc Commisriia
cr in Equity for Edgefiold District, at his Office
at Edgefield C: H., on or beforo the first day c.
December next. And in default thereof that tbs ?
be debarred from tho bcrifits of tho said ord<-?.
Z. W. CARWILE, c.s.E.n.
Jan 23, 1867. Gt Sn
ALL Persons naving demands or claims against
the Estate of B. F. PAYNE, dee'd., will
present them to tho undersigned. Those indebted
to s*id Estate will find their Notes in tho hands
ot Messrs. GARV A GARV, Attorneys at Law, and
can savo costs by carly payment.
U. D. SPEARMAN, ) " .
JOHN W. PAYNE. j Exo?
July 23 3m 30
PERSONS wishing WHEAT ground ot my
Mill can cngsgo a day for the same if thov
desire it. R. T. MIMS. *
July 30 4t 3i
Fine Phaetons and Buggy
|WO STYLISH AND DURABLE Phteton
_ Carriages or Bretts. One almost new
the other very little worn. Either can be bought
for what a Top Buggy and Harness would eof t.
Also, a fino now TOP BUGGY and HARNES?
and an old Buggy *ud Harness^.
Any onoor all will ho sold vary cheap.
JOHN E. BACON.
Jnly 28 la 3l