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TURNIPS AXB WHEAT.
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.,
Importers of and Dealers in
G- TT -A. IKT O f
No. 241 Broad Street,
BLEEP constantly on hand, in Augusta and
Savant ah, a full supply of
PH CE NIX GUANO,
Of Direct and Recont Importation, at $55 per
ton of 2,000 lbs. in Savannah, and SCO in Au
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO'S.
At $75 per ton in Augusta, and
PURE PERUVIAN GUANO,
At Lo-vost Market Price in Savannah and Au
Orders solicited and promptly Oiled for CASH.
Send for Circular.
Address all communications to us at Augusta.
Augusta, Sept 2 3m 30
"DE????" SARSAPARILLA !
TII?: PUREST A:VD THE BEST I
FCP. DISEASES OF TUE LIVER. FEMALE
COMPLAINTS, OR PURIFYING
THE BLOOD !
?Z&r'Yor sale by the Druggists.
Au- 2S tf 35
ACCOMMODATION LIRE !
JJ. S. MAIL FRG.U EDGEF1ELD TO AUGUSTA.
PARSONS wishing to g-> to Augusta or Charles
ten can bo accommodated hy taking the
STAGE at EdgeOeld on Tuesday, Thursday or
Saturday moruinr, at 7 o'clock, and fri.in thence
by S. 2. Railroad to Augusta or Charleston thc
lame ? vening.
?3>' For Seats, apply to Mr. W. D. HAMEY,
at the Post Office.
Aug 23 tf 3j
PUBLISHED AT AUGUSTA, GA.
Office on Eilis Street, opposite Concert Hall.
HS OBJECT of the Publishers is the dis
semination of INTELLIGENCE-RELIGIOUS,
AND MORAL PRINCIPLES-?moog all ciasf
cs of our people.
THE MESSENGER will also devote a portion
of its spaco to tho intcrt.-t of the
MASONIC F RATE K X ITV,
And hopes to receive a liberal patronage from
that (lass of our people
Subscription price, S2 a year. Address
.GANTRY Si JEFFERSON",
Augusta, Aug 27_ _ 2m . 23
1000 Lbs. Choicj uncovered Baltimore Suga:
30GO Lbs. Nico breakfast BACON;
All o?' which ?ve ol?cr at retail, at the vcr}
luTVc.-t market prices.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO.
Augusta, Aug 20 tf 35
Cheese, Butter, &c.
VW in S toro
New SPRING CHEESE,
Ntw Young America CHEESE, S to S lbs. cad
Choice GOSHEN BUTTER,
Just received and for Kale by
JAS. li. BAILIE & HBO.
Augusta, Aug 26 Zt '.'< j
IC-NIC CRACKERS in Barrels and boxes
SODA CRACKERS, in barrels ?nd boxes :
MILK CRACKERS, in barrels and btixesj
EGG CRACKERS, in barrels ami boxes;
FOX CRACKERS, in barre1..* and boxes ;
For sale by pound, box or b^rr?-!, by
JAS. G. BAILIE .V BJtO.
Augusta, Aug 2ii tf ? >
ACKERET, in Kits and Half B?rrels :
SALMON, in Kits ;
COD-FISH, new No. 1 ;
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO.
Augusta, Aug 20 tf 20
Tc Hie Voters ol EdgeOeld District :
Agreeably to announcement, I am a candidate
for thc Clerkship of the Court of Common Plea:
and Genera] Sessions. Inasmuch aa it os urtu
nlly ntcenary for me to resume my duties a>
Sch )ol Teacher, I most respectfully ask "to be
excused from canvassing tho District, excepting
so far as I m iy he able to do so, whil-t engaged
in my pre.'.cnt vocation. In thc meantimo I earn
estly soliait your suffrage at tho eastting election.
L. YANCEY DEAN.
July SO t 31
Augusta Seed Store
So. 15 Washington S?reet,
(One JUoor South hide nf litt md)
FRESH TURNIP SEED;
CROP OF 1807.
TilE Subscriber ha; just received per Stearne;
Wyoming * FULL SUPPLY cf tho above Sc ?i
The assortment is quite large and full, embracing
many new and fia? r^rietie?. too tedious to men
Under ?ho new Postal law Seeds cm bc mailed
in packages not exceeding four pounds each, a;
the rate of Two Cents fur each four uuneyj ot
Perrin. - residing at a distance can procure RE
LIABLE AND PURE SEED?, free of charge
bv mail, 3i I will pay the pontage ou all order
fur a quarter ol" a p< und or upwards.
All orders accompanied with thc Catb will
inset ?Titb prompt attention.
C. PE.ll BJ, E.
Augusta, .T.tly S 4(28
Beef Cattle and Sheep
IWILL pay the highest market price for good
BEEF CATTLE and FAT SHEEP or
If pre;'or?tde I will Barter Corn md Bacon
for C.-.'.tle and Sheoa.
A. A. GLOVER, Ag?.
May 28 tf 22
SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Principal O iii cc, GIG Broadway,
IRKAT IMPROVEMENT in Sewing M?
r coiuo. Empire Shuttle, Crank M-.tiun
Sowing Machine. It is rendered noisoless in ac
tion. Its m >tion being all positive, it is not lin
hie to got out of order. It is the bet Pamily
Machine! Notico is called to our new and Im
proved Manufacturing Maehine, for Tailors .tad
Boot and Shoe Fitters. Agoots wanted, to whom
a liberal discount will be given. No consign
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE CO.
Auf 8 lyH*r
OR Salo at this Office a large lot of OLD
N E W SP APE RS. For tale io parcels to suit
Jw*, sY 33 j
BACON, LARD, CORN,
HHD3. Clear RIBBED SIDES,
5 Ilhds. CLEAR SIDES,
5 Casks SUGAR-CURED HAMS,
Pkgs. LEAF LARD, in barrels, tubs
15 Hhds. Primo Muscavado MOLASSES,
10 Hhds. Clayed Cuba MOLASSES,
Sacks Primo "White-broad CORN,
Boxes Adamantine CANDLES,
125 Sacks Liverpool SALT.
With a FULL ASSORTMENT OF EVERY
THING IN THE GROCERY LINE.
j??r*-For sale at tho io weat 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 sale by
Augusta. Aug 20 _tf 34
& E. BOWERS,
HAMBURG, S. C.,
COTTON FACTORS, [
AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, BACON, LARD, FLOUR,
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE,
TOBACCO, SEOARS, 4c,
H .WING chanced his Grocery Agency into?
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS will take
,'jeat pleasure in meeting thc wants of his old
Friends and Customer?.
Ko will p.v.-thc HIG REST PRICE for COTTON,
j COUNTRY PRODUCE, i:., or will receive the
<nwe oa Storage.
;2?~ Consignments respectfully solicited.
Farmers and Plautcrs, and tho public gonerally,
will Sad it to their int?r?t! to give mo a call.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Oct. 1, tf 40
ANDREW J, PELLETIER,
CHOICE " DRUGS,'- CHEMICALS,
DYE STUFFS, PERFUMERY,
Paints, Oils and Glass,
Tosmeiics, Soaps, Combs, Brushes.
S V P E Ri O 31 TE A S,
Dental, Surgical aud Obstetrical In
NUTMEGS IN HULL,
And Fresh Imported Spices,
All of which wo take pleasure in offering to thc
public at reasonable rates.
A. J. PELLETIER,
Druggist and Apothecary.
fl. L. JKI FEWS J W. I! Jerxens | T. II. Jerretts
A S D
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BTvs"*Special attention ?iven lo the SALE Ol'
Orders for SUPPLIES carefully attended to.
July Ki 3m 29
W. H. Goonnicn. C. G. GOODRICH.
C, G. GOODRICH & CO.,
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTOKS
DOZE i^XjjEmS I3NT
??fcc, Arc, &C.
271 Broad Street,
J3f-Ample Storage for Consignments.
SSf Personal attention given to thc Purchase,
Sale ard Shipment of COTTON and other PRO
DUCTS,-entirely on Ci'ti.tuission.
J.V' Mr. E. Ho KG tts may bo found with u?.
Augu.-ta, Feb ll ._ly_7
State of South Carolina,
Geo. W. Lorp .t Jos. M. Ljng, Ad'ors., )
IV [ Pur';,.
Louisa Perry, J. C Perry, et al. J
IT appearing to my satisfaction that tho Defen
dants, Ira Culbrcath and wife Julia, Benjamin
Clark, Jacob Clark, Catherin* Clark, George
Clnrk, Frederick Clyce and wife Minerva A., rc
-ids beyond the limits of this State, On motion
by Messrs. A BX ev .t WRIGHT, Complainants' So
licitors, Ordered That the .-aid Defendants do ap
pear and plead, answer or demnr, to this Bill
Aitbiu forty days fruui the publication hereof,
aud ia dcluult thereof, .ludgincut pro comftMW
will Lc rendered against them.
* Z. W. CARWILEf c e e.n.
Aui 2?, 1807. Gt
rw^lIE Subscriber respectfully Announces to tho
g. ?tittens of EJ^-fi-ld District, that bc :.- now !
pnpared to ex?cnt? ALL -BUILDING AND
CARPlB?TTBR'S WORK with fidelity and dis
patch, aid ou reasonable terms.
Ho is also engaged, uext door to Ibo Advertiser
Oflice, in tho
And has on hand an assort m ont of BEAUTIFUL
COFFINS, Rosewood 5nl>b, neatly trimmed, and
of the late?t styles. Priers verv moderate.
My Gue NEW HEARSE, with jrcntle Horses
and a Rood Driver, will attend Funerals whoa,
During my ab ence from the shop, Mr. JAS.
PAUL, who is conducting tho CABINET BUSI
NESS in thosaite Room?, will give his individual
attention to all orders for COFFINS, Ac.
M. A. MARKERT.
Brandy, Whiskey, Wine.
-a K DOZ KN PURE OLD BR A N DY, 1660 ;
IO Gencin? Puro RYE WHISKEY;
OLD PORT and MADEIRA WINES;
Superior old SHERRY WINE;
For sale low by
JAS. G, BAIL IE & BRO.
Asfalta,Aug? tf J* J
EDUEFIELD C. H., S. C.
HE Exercises of this institution will be re
sumed on MONDAY, September 2d-the Session
continuing through Five Months;
Terras : . .
Collegiate Course, including Fee, $33,00
Acadeiuio " " " ?3,00
Primary " " " 10,00
Board por nuvlb, exclusive of washing, 10,00
These prieos aro required in curroncy-one-half
Well-behaved boys of 12 years and under will
bo received. ,
M. V,r. SAMS.
Aug 20 tf ? 3-1'
THE MISSES SEDGWICK'S
Boarding and Day School
Conlea WASHINGTON AND TELram .TREKTS,
Tn IS SCHOOL WILL RE-OPEN ON THE
2nd OCTOBER nojrt.
?SS^YoT Circulars containing Tornas, ?tc, ad
dress the Principals.
Hon. C. J. JENKINS, Augusta,
GEO. G. MCWHORTEB, Esq., Augusta,
Hon. E. STARKES, "
Dr. J. P. GARVIN, . "
Prof. GEO, Wi RAINS, " '
Col. R. B. BULLOCK, "
Dr. T. V/. BATTEV, "
Hon. W. T. GOULD, ?
JAMES MILLER, Esq., "
GEO. M. THEW, Eiq., . "
Augusta, Aug 20 4t34
ShMDTMLL SELECT SCTo?L
55 will rc-open ber School
on MONDAY, tho 2nd of
Tuition ?jer Simian of Thirteen licet'?.*
Foi- the lower Classes, $5,00
-For those farther advanced, 6,00
Contingent Fee, 50
French and Latin, each, 5.00
Music on Piano, 10,00
Usc of Instrument, 2,00
There will be DANCING LESSONS ?rivon
every Friday evoning during tbc Scs?iun at $3,00
per Session. No Scholar entered as a Deucing
pupil without permission of their Parcuts or
Guardians. Thoso not attending thc School may
nevertheless j jin thc Dancing Class if they wish
to do ro.
Needlework and Plain Sewing taught gratis.
There will be n Governess to attend to tho
small children, and prevent their being imposed
upon by larder Scholars. _
August 21 2t 31
Science Hill Academy.
TUE Exercises nf this Academy will bc re
turned on MONDAY, thc Otb ol* August.
Rates of Tuition :
Per Session of Five- Months, in Gold :
Elementary Branches, $10,00
Enpli.'-?i Griinuiar, Geography, Arithmetic, 12,60
Lr-.tin, Natural Philosophy, Modern History,
- Rhetoric, Logic and Higher .Mathematics, 15,00
Students wbl die charged fros t'mc i f entrance
L. YANCEY DEAN.
July 31 3t 31
ESTAB FESSED S? it? EL
I A. VIN I!
UNDER CENTRAL HOTEL,
230 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, CV. -
'OW-on kmd a SPLENDID STOCK of
CLOTHS, CASSIMEKES, VESTINGS
nut! COATINGS, which iriil be manufac
tured lo order ?L thc MOST FASHIONABLE
A F'u:c Sto'.-k of Spring .ind i-;::::mor
C 10 t ll i II g ,
(ALL FRESH GOuDS.'
Furnishing CT?OCLS, &c
?&*A1I Gooda told at the wry lowest prices.
j. A. VA:: VI . -HIE.
AugUjtfl, May 13 ..a 20
JAMES G, BAILIE L BRO,
Direct Importers of ?sd
Uiiclcsaic and Retail ii ? Al er s in
. (ON orr.'FIRST FLOOR J
Groceries, & c.
GROCERIES OE ALL KINDS usually
kept in a first class Grocery St^re,
SHOES, BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE
BROOMS AM) BUCKETS,
WILLOW WA HE,
TUBS ANO PAILS,
LIQUORS OT AI.L KINOS,
NOTIONS OF EVERY VARIETY.
(ON OUI: SECOND FLOOR.)
CARNETS OE ALL KINDS,
RUGS, DOOR Hi ATS, DRUG?ETS,
FE O OR ASD'TABLE OIL CLOTHS
O A31A SK AND LACE CURTAINS,
CORNICES, BANDS AND PINS,
AT OUR OLD STAND,
205 Broad S?rer?,
P. S. Orders frvai thc country promptly at
tended to % ' '
Augusta, Apr 15 tf If? '
LOSToaFrjdiymonii-jg, ibo 10th ia?t. be
tween Hitgcficlri C. ll. and Aiken, ? Man's
iar"'oaid fine CHECK SHAWL. A suitable re
ward ? ill be paid t.? the tinder for its delivery
at the Atlrrriiner OlFico, or lor information which
will enable the owner to recover tho .same.
Aug 21 _; ? ; 2t3l
Paiiknin's Hepple Billers.
Wt! HAVE ?ii^t received a supply of PAN K
NIN'S CELEBRATED BITTERS.
Fur sale for Cash only.
TEAGUE <fc CAB WI LE,
Under Moonie Hall,
July_2_ If J. -1
Make Ycur Own Soap.
WK have just received a lar^o mpply cf
CONCENTRATED LYE ami POTASH
-for Scup making. - '
TEAGUE k CARWILE,
Under Masonic Hall.
Aug 13_ _tf 33
JUST, received a lot of F?SK'S CELEBRA
TED METALLIC BURIAL CASES-ol thc
Also, on h.-.nd, of my own ma!.nfnc!urc and
finish,.a beautiful n*ror<ment of MAHOGANY,
WALNUT, POPLAlt and PINE COFFINS.
All of which I am soiling at LOW FIGURES,
and STRICTLY FOR CASH.
M. A. MAI'.KERT,
. Nextdo',r to Advcrti/er Oftioo.
Jan 1? a
ilium and Dry Plaster, Fire mid Burglar f roof
WARRANTED THE B E 3-1 IN THE
WORLD/ Ncvor corrode ibo Iron. Never
lose their firo-prtiof qualities. Ar-; tho only Safes
filled with A!. ;:i and Dry Piaster
Please scud or call for anlllosl-; 'od Catalogue
MA ? .'TN & CO.
Principal f No. 2<i5 Broadway, .\?iw York.
W?rehoQ*ej. 1 Ko. 721 Choanat Bu, Philadelphia.
Jab ST 10? ?
Newly Furnished ?and Refitted,
Unsurpassed by any Hotel South,
Was Reopened to tho Public Oct. 8, 1S60.
T. S. NICI?ERSON, Proprietor.
J.m. 1. tf 1
THIS HOTEL is well prepared for thc nccom
modation of Boarders and' the travelling
public. Every attention given to-all who may
favor us with their company.
Wo have on hand contle HORSES and good
CARRIAGES and J?UGGLES to hire, at low
U THE CAROLINA BAR, attached to the Hotel,
is finely furnished, and bountifully supplied with
all kinds of tho finest LIQUORS^ WINES, SE
GARS, ?tc. Drinks IO and 25 Cents.
C. A.. CHEATHAM & BRO.
. July 23 . . '. tf_30_
21, 23,25 & 27 Broadway, New York
Opposite Boxelinn Green,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
THE STEVENS HOUSE ?8 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 ot the city-is on tho highway of Southern
and Western travel-and adjacent to all the prin
cipal Railroad and Steamboat depots..
THE STEVENS HOUSE has liberal accom
modation fur over 300 guests-it is well furnished,
and possesses every modern improvement for the
comfort and entertainment of its inmates. Tho
rooms are spacious and well vontilntod-provided
with ga= and water-tho attendance is prompt
and respectful-and the table is generously pro
vided with every delicacy of the season-at mod
The rooms having been refurnished and re
modeled, we arc enabled to offer extra facilities
for thc comfort and pleasure of our Guests.
GEO. K. CHASE & CO.,
July 10. 6m 23
"SHE Undersigned gives notice that ho lina
. this d .y opened a FIRST CLASS HOTEL
in the VUlago of Edgcfield for 'thu accommoda
tion of the public.
Thc Ro iras have been rc-fittcd with Bedding
and Furnitnro entire-all brau new.
His TABLE will bo supplied with all of the
substantials and delicacies of this and thc Au
I ?rasla markets. The test of Servants have been
lhere is also a LIVERY and SALE STAB!
connected with tiio Hotel.
Also, a MAGNIFICENT DRINKING SA
LOON, under tho especial charge of that prince
of caterers, JAMKS RAMSAY. Drinks from
IO to 25 Cents.
Rates of Board, tho same as all first cia
A. A. CLOVER, Agent,
July 23 jj_tf_30
TH ?J Subscriber respectfully announces tba
this HOTEL, situated,.ou tho buck Stree:
iu front o! the residence of W. W. ADAMS, ES?[.,
and V? rr convenient 'io the business part bf tho
Village-, is open for the accommodation of Board
ers and tho Travelling Public.,
No possible pains will be spared on bis part ta
roi.der tho ac-ommoditions of the EXCHANGE,
in every respect, completely satisfactory to hi?
RATES OF BOARD :
Boar! per dar.$2.00
Board per month, .!S,0(l
Singlo Meal . 75
Horse par day,. 1,50
Single Feed,. i<0
WM. I. GOLDING.
N. B - The Stag?! Cm>: is now ni the Ex
..himg-j, and persons wi.-l.ing lo procure Scats
bad bettor cai! and have their names entered.
July-i If 2
HAMBURG INS !
HAMBURG, S. C.,
A. SI.VON, Proprietor.
Hamburg, July 33 tf 30
Brinly Steel Plow !
fAM now receiv.ii g ord- rs for tl^n above iurth
celebrated PLOW-tole h*cd this Fail in il
preparation id land l'?r small grain. Torso
der ?rous 'I tr.'iii'? thew ?viii please baud in th<
orders-ueejotnuoiiieil ?eilh t';<- <'.<?;.-by the Iii
of September, at which limo I ?ill order as many
Plows as T havo received Cash order?.
Tho Brinier Plows have bec? used in this vi
einify'ne?rly?|year, and bnro beco pronounce?
'?y all who witnessed their effective work and
light draft, THE I?Es? PLOW NOW IN USE
For 'be preparation of land lor '.''beat, Corn ami
Cottvn they have no equal.
N>. 1-One Horse Turning Plow, $$,0Q
Steel Cotton Scraper ??r above, 2,;">?
" " Sweep '. " X,:>0
No. 2-Two Horse Turning Plow 10,f O
Pn i-bt Extra.
?rr-??"C.ii! and sec :i specimen.
R. II. .'HMS, Agent.
Aug.13 . . 2t ?31
To Const: tupi Ive?.
The ? Ivcrtiser, having been restored lo health
in a few weeks by u very simple remedy, nt'lei
having suffered for several years willi a seven
lung'affuctioii, mid that dread disease Coiutunp
lion-i.< anxious lo in.ikt: known to bis fellow
su fie rc rs thc means of cure.
To ail who desire it, he will send a copy nf the
preset iplivU used (free of cbtfrge. i with the >l i rr?
tioT?s for proiaiing ntid using i!ic same; wi.?cl:
they will Und n,tuie eure fur Vnn*HWptiou, Aslh
u.U. Jtfouchilt*, Cony ks t <./</<. ?ind all Throat niitl
. Lung Affections. Thc only object of ibo adverti
ser in St uding tho Pjesrrii'lb n is to bein lit tho
afflicted and spread information which bc con
ceives t ? be invaluable,. and he Ropes every suf
ferer will try his remedy, n- it will cost them
nothing, and may prove a ble.-sing. Patties wish
ing tb?pr?sc?ipiiofl, VV.V.Y.. bj r?rarn mail, will
please address RKV. KD WAI: D A. WI LS ON,
Williamsburg, King* Co., New York.
May 27 ly 22
SS wo ra ol" ITO??S?I.
A'Gentleman who suffered for years from Ner
vous De! Hity, Premature Decay, and all thc
effects of youthful indiscretion, will, lor the >a!:e
of suffering humanity, send free to ?ll who need
it, thc rccipo and directionsfor making thc simple
remedy bj which ho was cured. Buffeters wish
ing to profit by thc advertiser's exp?rience can do
so by nddr,essing,.iu petfect confidence,
JOHN B. OU DEN, 12 Cedar St., New Y-rk.
May 27 ' . ' . . ly ,22
Mattrasses ! Mattrasses !
?AM prepared to make to order, COTTON,
WOOL, MCSS or SHUCK MATTRASSES
in thc best mininer, and at tho u:o.-t reasonable
prices. M. A. MAH KL RT.
July 23 tr
TURNIP SEED !
TURNIP SEED ?
WILL .-.rrivc lo-dnv direct from .the celebra
ted Seel Wareii-use of DAVID LAX
D RUT ll Jk SON, the following varieties :
YELLOW RUTA BAGA,
LAUGE WHITE GLOBE. "
LARGE WHITE FLAT DUTCH.
For salo by
TEAGUE & CARWILE,
Under Masonic Hull.
July 30 If 31
E hitvo on band a good supply of MAGIS
May 15 tf 20
j I WILL FURNISH GOOD BEEF nnd MUT
TON to tho people of Edgcfield on Monday,
Wednesday and Saturday mornings, ut reasona
ble prices, but strictly for Cash.
I will hare Mutton furnished! whenever want
ed. A. A. GLOVER, Agent.
Aug 20_ tf ^1
Grea.t Reclitotion in
WE HAVE just roecircd a fresh supply of
PURE KEROSINE OIL, which will bo
j sold low fe<r Cash only. Five Cations $1,50. Sin
I gio Gallon, $1,00.
TEAGUE & CARWILE, i
Under Masonic Hall.
Avg29 ti Si
GRAY & TURLEY
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
- IN -
ta j) le and Fancy
HOSIERY, JVOTIONS, HOOP SKIRTS,
SHAWLS^ ?LO^?ICSJ ifs?sj
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
Old ?@?ds***N@ HIgR races,
New Goods-All Low Prices
Having had every advantage of the EXTREME LOW RATES
of the present season, we are able to offer bur 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,
wc 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, ?rc
With these unsurpassed advantages, wre 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
MISTIC & FANCY DRY GOOD
Drown SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
Bleached SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
Brown DRILLS and JEANS.
Plain and Striped OSNjARURGS,
\Vbite and Slam Corset JEANS,
Bloc PENtaiS and STRIPES,
BLI) TICKING and Hickory STRIPES,
APRON CHECKS and PLAIDS,
Twilled SILECIAS and Glazed CAMBRICS,
KENTUCKY JEANS and ERMIN CLOTHS,
COI TUN A DES und TW E EDS,
Brown Linen DUCKS and COATING,
Fancy Linen DUC KS and COATING,
Wlii?i L-l.en DECKS ami COATING,
PRINTS,-Colored, Black, and Black and White,
Merrimac, Spraguc, Richmond, Allen,
American, Dunrclls. Gavner, Amoskcag,
Pac.?ir, WaurepMi, kc, ?V.c.
GINGHAMS mid LAWNS in great variety,
ARMURES iii d DELAINS,
HOOP SKIRTS, NOTIONS. PERFUMERY, ic, ?c.
f ?? r* ? ?
Our I louie b.-s always been noted for
CLOAKS und SHAWL widen it afforded
the new ar.d desirable Styles yet brought
NOVELTIES as sot.n as they appear.
Heavy Lyona Black TAFFLTAS,
Heavy Lyons Bluck GROS. GRAINS,
Heavy LVOHS.Black OHOS. Dt? RHINE,
Ileavv Black PULT DK SOIE,
Broche Silk GRENADINES;
Embroidered Ei.plisk BAREGES,
Black atid C'dortd IRON BAREGES,
Double width MANTLE BAREGE,
Hernani and Popliii LA^SENA,
Paid CU ALLIES :ind LENO ES.
M>ambtq'ue and Poil dc CHEV R'S,
Plain, and Blaek, and \\ hiie Checket
Bla.dc Siik SAQUES,
Black Silk BASQUEN ES,
Black Silk CIRCULARS,
Light Cloth CIRCULARS,
Plain Crape1 MARETZ and BAREGES,
the extent and variety of DRESS GOODS
its patrons. At present it contains some of all
forward, to which will bc added all the other
Rich Odored French ORGANDIES,
Rich Odored French LAWNS,
Rieh Printed Paris JACKONETS,
Rich Colored American LAWNS.
Black and White American LAWNS,
Blue. Bull'and Pink French PERCALE,
Blue, Buff and Pink Paris LAWNS,
Bin*-, Buffand Piuk CHAMBRAYS,
Solid Checked Paris GINGHAMS.
Faiicv Checked Paris GINGHAMS;
Lupins Best Black BOMBAZINES,
Binde HABIT CLOTH and REPS,
Black sud Colored ALPACA,
! De! ag- - mid Mohair LUSTRES.
Fin? White French .MERINOS .ve.,
Colored Grenadine SHAWLS.
Colored Mozambique SHAWLS,
Black Lace PRiN CS and CIRCULARS,
Eine Black Thibet Wool SHAWLS,
White Luce SHAWLS.
Irish Linens, White Goods, -&c.
Jacko: et CAMBRIC,
Sofi Finished CAMBRIC,
Nainsook QUECKS und STRIPES,
???iss, Mull, india, Book Victoria LAWNS,
White MCUSAL1NE and TABLA VANS,
PA RCA LES and BRILLIANTS,
Tape Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS.
Printed Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS,
Hemmed Stitched HANDDERCHIEFS,
Plain Button Stitched HANDKERCHIEFS,
4- 1 Fronting LINEN,
5- 4 Piljuw Cns? LINEN,
7 8 Irish LAWNS,
Birds Eve DIAPER,
S 4, 10-4,: 1-2 4 White Satin DAMASK,
Farmer's Brown DRILLS,
White Linen DRILLS,
Grass CLOTH, .
Fancy Ch.-ck-d.LINENS, ?c.,
Jaekonet EDGINGS an-1'INSERTIONS,
Swiss EDGINGS and INSERTIONS,
Jackonet and Swiss BANDS.
J-icJconet and Hambur? FLOUNCING,
Jackonet and Swiss COLLARS and SETTS,
Hamburg and Dimity BANDS.
Breakfast COLLARS and "SETTS,
Linen * "
Infants Embroidered WAISTS. .
Embroidered HAN DK ERC HI EES,
Black and White Bobbin NETS,
White Brussels B ibbin NETS,
White and Black Cape NETS,
Black and Whit? Silk ILLUSION,
Black and White Silk Dotted NETS,
Crochet " .
Linen h and Lace COLLARS,
Black Applique Laco VEILS,
Black Pusher Lace VEILS,
Empire Bugin Trimmed Lace VEILS,
Black Love VEILS,
Black Crape VEILS,
Hosiery, Notions, Corsets, &c, &c.
Ladies Sdk and Lisle Thread HOSE,
Ladies' Plain and Openwork Cotton HOSE,
Mens '. " " HOSE,
Childs ? " " " HOSE,
Men's and Boyf' English and American Half
Mens' Fine Lisle Thread Half DOSE,
Ladies Plain und Embroidered Kid GLOVES,
IP 'OP SKIRTS,
French and American CORSETS,
" " " PARASOLS,
Sun UMBRELLAS and SUSPENDERS,
Tabby VELVETS, Spool COTTON, Spool
Silk FANS, Palm Leaf and Chip FANS,
t^Ml Goods purchased of us
free of charge to all parts of thc
Augusta, March 18,
Ladies Plain and 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 Tbn ad GAUNTLETS,
Mens Berlin Lisle Thread and Cashmere
Mena' Buckskin GAUNTLETS, 4c.,
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.
FOR AUGUST AND' SEPTEMBER.
SOW Long Orango CARROT, Red Althrington
CARROT, Mangle Wurzel BEET,' and TUR
FOR AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER.
SOW CABBAGES, Sugar BEET, Long Biood
BEET, RADISHES, SPINACH, LETTUCE,
ENDIVE, MUSTARD, KALE, RAPE, PAR
SNIPS, TURNIPS, ONION SEED.
J??"For salo at Augusta Seed S toro.
Augusta, Aug 6 3t 31
J. M. YOUNGBLOOD
l?iO Broad Street,
At tho Old Stand of R. C. & H. n. EASTEHLIXG,
AUGUSTA , Gr JU., j
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
PROVISIONS & GROCERIES
Of Every Description.
BAGGING, ROPE and PATENT TIES
for Baling Cotton.
Also, we will sell ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY
PRODUCE, and will AU Oash orders at tho very
owest Cash pricos.
July 25, 6m 31
UNDER MASONIC HALL,
. EIDGEFIEIJU, S3, o.
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT
.ROM NEW YORK, a full and conplcto Stock
PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS,
B#?ttt un? ?imq fUlkte,
LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, &c.
ALSO, A FULL SUPPLY OF THE MOST
Consisting in part of
AY ER'S CHERRY PECTORAL,
AVER'S AGUE CURE AND PILLS.
JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT AND PILLS,
WISTAR'S BALSAM WILD CHERRY,
JIEMBOLD'S Fluid Extract BUCHUj
RIPLEY'S Fluid Extract UUCHU,
PHILOTOKEN, or FEMALE'S FRIEND,
H KG EMA S & 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
i?alr Rcnetvers and Dressings.
Perfiuiieries of all Descriptions,
PHALON'S NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS,
SMITH S SWEET QPOPONAX,
SMITH'S VICTOR1 A REGIA,
GENUINE BELL COLOGNE, Ac, 4c.
*2rAU for salo LOW FOR CASH ONLY
yiii*"Person? sending orders must send thc
Saab or no attention whatever wi!, bo taken o!
thc order. We have to pay Cash, ami must UC
..csiurily have Ca:b for our Goods.
TEAGUE & CARWILE,
Uudcr Masonic Hull.
Juno 20 tf 26
B. C. BETA?. Ag't,
OEGO loivc to call the attention of friend.
md catt mers to a NEW AND COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF SPUING GOODS.
Brown and Bleached SHIRTINGS,
?? .? SHEETINGS,
5-4 Pillow Case SHIRTINGS.
Bird's Eve and Huck DIAPERS,
Russia and Scotch DIAPER,
Bleached Table DAMASK,
Btd TICKINGS, Striped OSNABURG5,
Plaid and . triped DOMESTIC.-', ?cc.
CALICOES frota li'i to 25 c's. per yard,
i-Seo'cb un.I D -mertic GINGHAMS,
Fancy Piinied MUSLINS,
" ? ORGANDIES,
.-.,.i i TAM . UTI NE,
Embroidered HR ENA DINE,
Black B i REGE,
CM pe dc PARIS,
Black (JUALLV, ?c., ic.
JACONETS and SWISS MUSLINS,
. Nainsook and Dotted Swis* MUSLINS,
Checked ?nd Striped Organdie MUSLINS,
Jacouct and S*iss EDGINGS,
Laco COLLARS and SETTS,
L'iiic.? and Missel Trimm-;d and Untrimmed
HATS ot th? latest style*.
RIBBONS and FLOWERS in crcat variety,
Mon's, Boys' nnd Youth's HATS, all of thc la
Men's aad Boys Wean
Kentucky JEANS, TWEEDS and Fancy
Brown and Spanish ^LINENS,
Brown Canvass LINENS,
Brown and Linen DRILLINGS, Ac.
Boots and Shoes.
Ladies, Misses and Children's BOOTS and
SHOES, of all descriptions,
Mon's, Boys BOOTS and SHOES of every va
A good lot of Brade's Patent and Crown HOES
Planters' HOES, SPADES, SHOVELS,
RAKES and FORKS,
LOCKS, SCREWS and HING ES,
Tablo and Pocket KNIVES.
A Good Stock of Groceries and
With many othor articles too numerous to mcn
lion, oil of which will be sold at the LOWEST
MARKET PRICE FOR CASH ONLY.
fi?" Call and examino for yourselves.
Apr 2 tf 14
J&.*I? COST I
THE Undorsignod has on hand a very HAND
SOME LOT of
Metallic fases and Caskets,
Which ho is now SELLING AT COST, trans
portation added. Also, a largo and clogant stock
of COFFINS of bis own manufacture, embracing
all .'tyles and sizer, which he ofTer? at prime cost
of material and manufacture.
83>*Partics buyinsr Cases or Coffins will havo
tho uso of my HEARSE freo of charge.
??i~Term?, strictly Cash.
J. M. WITT.
June 25 tf 26
FOR Fulo a? this Office, LAW BLANKS OF
ALL KINDS at tho most reasonable prices
May lfi tf 20
SPRING AND SUMMER
JUST RECEIVED DY
LIVVY ? ASHER,
218 Broad Street,
CONSISTING OF A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
MEN'S, BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'..:
HATS AND CAPS,
BSosiery and ftofiioii^
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of nil kinds,
TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET DAGS.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Consisting of SHIRTS, .DRAWERS, CRA
VATS, SUSPENDERS, HALF HOSE, ?c.
All of which we crier nt very low prices.
j?^*Country Merchants will do well by call
ing on us before purchasing elsewhere.
LEVY & ASHER,
218 Broad Street.'
Augusta, Apr 2 . tf 13
For the Million!
TnE ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE of
a GOOD COOKING STOVE is admitted Ly
erery intelligent person who ?as used them, and
tc bo without enc in this ago of tho world is
worse than -'old Fogyistn,"-it is positivo injus
tice to ono's self and family.
Since thc close of thc war, hundreds have been
made happy by thc uso of thc celebrated Stove
called tho ? CHARTER OAK," sold by
D. L. FULLERTON, Augusta, Ga.
Wc could lill columns of .tho Advertiser with
names of happy House-Keepers who daily bless
Ike "CH ARTE lt OAK."
Wc give thc namoi; of a few of thc happy ones,
without their consent. Hope there caa bc no ob
Hon. F. W. PICKKXS,
JAS. T. BACON, Esq.,
Dr. A. W. YOONCBLOOD,
Air. JCMITS DAV,
Mr. M. IjKBBKtitlDLTZ,
Dr. J. A. DI.VOIIK,
Mr. J. T. ALI.KX, Lowndayillc, S. C.,
Mr. E. KUBANKS, Barnwell, S. C.
Don't forget tho place : D. L. FULLERTON'.-:,
Augusta, Ga., directly opposite Express Office.
Augusta, May li Gm lil
THE WORKING FARMER,
Thc Best Agriculiu M and Family
Paper and a 50 ? cul l'riz? for
TWO DOLLAES 2
TUE WORK?NG FARMER'v. ill bc sent tc
one subscriber two years, or two subscribers
ono vcar for 6'.',0fl,*an.l to thc perron reuniting
us thc moTJey wc will fend a CONCORD Git A PK
VINE, (thc vine which'took the Grctly prise bf
$100, at thc Inst Fair of tho American instituir,)
worth 50 Cents, TUR WORKING FARMER
M'a double octavo of 2-? pnges, price SI 00 i>tr
annum, and is wiittcn for by thc bist Agrien] u
rUts in the country. Among i:s regular contribu
tors arc :
S. Edwards Todd, Mrs. J. E. McConauglcy
J. Favno Lowe, I. J. Sioopa'on,
P. T. Quinn, W. H. White,
Mrs. M. E. Dodge, Mr-?. Laura Lyman.
For circulars, specimens, ?c., containing pre
mium lists, address W.M. L. ALLISON ?fc Co., O?
Cortlandt St., N. Y. . .
A Useful Journal.--Wc notice among our
exchanges Tm: WORKI.NO FARSTER, a monthly ag
ricultural journal, published hy'William Li Alli
son <fc Co., at SS Cortlandt Street. New York. A
a clear exponent of tho principle? of scient lie"
'arming, tuts paper is one of the best we h.:\ c
ever sceu. Too muny agriculture! papers aro dc
voled lo t':e more clemant branches of horticul
ture and fancy gardening intended for too cia.* J
known a< gentlemen farnurs," and but ol lit 11
ruluo to tb? workingman'whose farm is bi.- only
source of income. U'e foci eon red that this
paper will moe! ibo necessities of the latter eins*,
and by vs eminent practicability will give ju
thc information tbnymost need. "Tho Wor'hir.;;
farmer," now in i?.- nineteenth year, ?J a ?'-u'i I:
octavo of twenty-four pages, and i.- furnished tJ
subscribers atibe low price of $l,?0-a year.
Arthur'* //<>/.'c Magazine.
Splendid Sewing Machine Freuiimu.
In addition to our ordinary Premiums we make
thc following SPECIAL OFFER:
For Thiity-Sis (?6) Nev- Subscribers forward
ed to us at the rate of SI .SD per annum, or hz
Seventy-Two (72) Subscribers at our cdvanco
Club rate (31,00 a rear.) wo will present a Gro
ver & Dalte.-, Wheeler ?. Wilson, ur Wilco:. &
,t Gibbs' Family Si wing Machine, complote, .
Hemmer, pjico f?'.?.
Wc will alto give one of thc ubovo machines
for Eighteen (IS) Subscribers two years and S3
ca^h, or in ease tho ciiinl'er is not obtained, tba
deficiency in mor.ey may be made up by the laker
of :!:e premium without thc papers. Tho papers
will he :ur;t in packages to one address, or to
each subscriber's name und post-office. Addie s
WM. Ii. ALLISON & CO.,
OS Cortlandt St., New Yoi lc.
July 2:t 3t_ ? ?0
State of South Carolina,
Albert G. Turner, )
Ellon Turner, ct al, by r.o.tt j
friend, [ Rill for ln
vs j junctioa, ic.
Robert A. Turner, Ex'or., |
Amanda A. Turner, et al. J
BY Yir'.ue of an Order pasted in thc above
cause, at June Term. 1SH7, the Creditors of
tie late ALBERT G. TURNE?, dee'd., will
present and prove tboir respectivo demands
against his Estate before the Commissioner in
Equity for Edgefleld District, at Edgefleld C. H.,
on or before inc first December next. And in de
fank thereof ho debarred front thc benefits of tte
1. Vf. CARWILB, C. E. E. D.
July 2i, 1SG7 6t . ii
State of South Carolina,
T. S. Dani-jl, Adm'or., "I T,.n . * ,r . ,
J. W. Cooper and wife ct al 1,11 .TR J,1^!'1
%;s , Assctts, Call m
" T ? J , I Creditors, ?Lc.
Mary L. Hill ct \u. J '
BY Virtue of an order in tho above cau>c, thc
Creditors of tho Jato WILLIAM M. HILL,
dee'd., will present and prove their respective de
mands against his Estate, before the Commission
er in Equity for EdgeGeld District, at his O?iec.
st Edgerleld C: H., on or beferc thc first day cf
December next. And in default thereof that Ihcj
be debarred from Ihe benefits of tho said order.
Z. W. CA KW I LE, c E.K.i).
Jan 23, 1S07. Ot . 00
ALL Persons having demands or claims agcir
tho Estate of B. F. PAYNE, dee'd., will
present them to tho undersigned. Those indebted
to sud Estate will find their Notes in thc hands
ot Messrs. GARV GAUY, Attorneys at Law, and
can save cosls by eady payment.
C. D. SPEARMAN, 1 " .
JOHN W. PAINE. }fW
July 23 Sm 30
PERSONS wishing AV H EAT ground at my
Mill can cugngc a day for tho ramo If they
desire it. R. T. MIMS.
July 30 4t 31
Fine Phaetons and Buggy
TWO STYLISH AND DURABLE Photon
Carriages or Bretts. One almost new
-tho other vory little worn. Either can be bought
for what a Top Bug/j; and Harness would cos;
Also, a lino now TOP BUGGY and HARNEY,
and aU old Buggy and Harness.
Any ono'or all will be sold very cheap.
JOHN E. BACON.
July 28 Im si