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DR. ?. F. STROTHER, haTing per
manently located at Fruit Hill, respectfully offers
his Professional services to the people of the
surrounding country in th 3 Practico of Medicine,
Obstetrics and Surgery.
?ST* Special attention given to Chronic Ner
vous Diseases and Operativo Surgery at any dis
Sept 3 3t* 30
WE Have Remove J our DRUG BU
SINESS from Hamburg to the Corner
of Ellis and Monument Streets, Au
gusta, Ga., where we will bo pleased to see
our friends and customers.
A. J. PELLETIER.
Augusta, Sept. 2 1m 36
J. SIBLEY & SONS,
Warehonse and General
No. 6, 'Warril Block,
WILL give 'their per.-ional attention to tho
SALE AND STORAGE OF COTTON and other
?5?" Consign men ts solicited.
CASH ADVANCED on Cotton or Merchan
dize in Store.
Also, keep on hand BAGGING, ROPE, SALT
Augusta, Sept 2 . tf 30
The Due West
THE WINTER SESSION in this Institution
will open on MONDAY, the 7th October. A
full Corps of Teachers has been provided, and
ejMsry effort will be made to retain the large pat
ronage the College has enjoyed for years.
The rates of Tuition and Boarding have been
reduced so as to correspond with the circumstan
ces of our people.
Bearding can be had at $12,00 a month, in
Currency, exclusive of Washing and Fuel.
Tuition in Currency.
Academic Department, per Session, 5 mos. $15,00
Collegiate " . " " 20.00
Music, Piano, per Session, 5 months, $24.00
Ute of !' " " 2M
Wax Work, lO.Oi
Latin, French, and Vocal Music, aro taugh:
free of charge.
Young Labios arc recommended to adopt tin
Uniform dress prescribed by tho Board, viz:
" Dark Calicoes for School, and blue Wor.ted for
Church, with straw bats trimmed with blue."
No correspondence allowed with young men.
Parents aro requested not to give permission to
violate this rule. "
jjSJ-For further particulars address
J. I. BONNER, Pres.
Sept 3 4t 36
?CC?m?DMION LINE !
?. S. MAIL FROM EDGLT?ELD TO AUGUSTA.
PERSON? wishing to go to Augusta or Charles
ton can be accomaivtated by taking the
STAGE at Edgeiield on Tuesday, Thursday or
Saturday morniup, at 7 o'clock, to Graniteville.
and from thence by S. C. Railroad to Augusta or
Charleston the same evening.
8^*For Seat?, apply to Mr. W. D. RAMEY,
at the Post Office.
Aug 28 tf 33
PUBLISHED AT AUGUSTA, GA.
Oflico on Ellis Street, opposite Concert Hall.
THE OBJECT of tho Publishers is tho dis
semination of INTELLIGENCE-RELIGIOUS
AND MORAL PRINCIPLES-among all class
es of our people.
THE MESSENGER will airo devote a portion
of its space to the interest of the
And hopes to receive a liberal patronage-from
that class of our people.
Subscription price, S2 a year. Address
GANTRY A JEFFERSON,
Augusta, Aug 27_2iu 25
IOOO Lb?. Choice uncovorcd Baltimore Sugar
5000 L>\ Nice Breakfast BACON : .
All of which we offer at retail, at tho very
loweit market prices.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO.
Augusta, Aug 26 tf 35
MACKEREL iu Kits and Half Barrels;
SALMON, in Kits;
COD-FISH, new No. 1;
JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO.
Augusta, Aug 26 * tf 26
Augusta Seed Store
No. 15 Washington Street,
( One Door South side of Broad)
CROP OF 18(57.
JL II K Subscriber has just received per Steamer
Wyoming a FULL SUPPLY of thc abovo Seed.
The assortment is quite large and full, embracing
many new and fine varieties, too tedious to men
Under thc new Postal law Seeds cm bc mailed
in packages not exceeding four pounds euch, at
thc rate of Two Cents for each four ounces or
Persons residing at a distance can procure RE
LIA BLE AND PURE SEEDS, free of charge
by mail, as I will pay tho postage on all orders
for a quarter < i* a pound or upwards.
Ail orders accompanied with thc Cuih will
meet with prompt attention.
Augusta, July S 4l2S
DEPUTY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, U. S. I. B.
EnCEFtBLt? C. H., S. C., Sept. 2, 1S<>7.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all person*
who bave been Assessed by Messrs. JOHN
STON ?md BOLES for Drilling Spirits', for Leg
acies and Di-tributive Miare, and also tb"i<e on
th J Annual List for July, that I nm iuw ready
to receive their Taxes until tho 12ih September.
After which time tho penalty will bu enforced.
R. W. CANNON,
Dep. Col. U. S. Int. Revenue,
5th, 6th and 7th Div., Ed afield DUt
Sept 3 2X 36
XE G Horse Portable Engine and
Ono George Page A Co's. 22 Inch. French
Burr Grist Mill.
One George Page A Co's. No. 2 or 1 Horse
r '?wer-a superior article.
Will be sold low. Apply to
W. H. SMITH,
Graniitville, S. C.
Sept 3 lm? 36
Fruit Preserving Solution!
WE havo just received the above SOLUTION
for Preserving all kinds of Fruit.?, Vege
tables, Ac. O^o Bottle will preserve Ouo Hun
dred and twenty-eight Pounds ot Fruit.
TEAGUE A CAUIVILE.
Under MUA-jaie Rall.
Avg*? tr ?
TURNIPS Ai\D WHEAT.
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.,
Importers of and Dealers in
No. 241 Broad Street,
K EEP constantly on hand, in Augusta and
Savannah, a full supply of
Of Direct and Recent Importation, at $55 per
ton of 2,000 lbs. in Savannah, .and $C0 in Au
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO'S.
At $75 per ton in Augusta, and
PURE PERUVIAN GUANO,
At Lowest Market Price in Savannah and Au
Orders solicited and promptly filled for CASH.
Send for Circular.
Address all communications to us at Augusta
Augusta, Sept 2 3m 36
THE PUREST AND THE BEST !
FOR DISEASES OF THE LIVER. FEMALE
COMPLAINTS, OR PURIFYING
* THE BLOOD !
_#?2T*For sale by tho Druggist?.
Aug2S tf 35
BACON, LARD, CORN,
nHDS. Clear RIBBED SIDES,
5 Hhds. CLEAR SIDES, # .
5 Casks SUGAR-CURED II AMS,
150 Pkgs. LEAF LARD, in barrels, tubs
15 Hbds. Primo Muscovado MOLASSES,
IO Hhds. Clayed Cuba MOLASSES,
IL il) Saoks Primo White-bread CORN,
i O Boxes Adamantine CANDLES,
125 Sacks Liverpool SALT.
With a FULL ASSORTMENT OF EVERY
THING IN THE GROCERY LINE.
jZ2r?For sale at thc lowest figures by
Augusta, Aug 20 tf 34
BAGGING, ROPE, &c.
12 BALES GUNNY BAGGING,
225 COILS ROPE-best brands,
125 KEG S OLD DOMINION NAILS-as
Fo:.- sale by
Augusta, Aug 20 tf 3-1
s. E. BOWERS,
HAMBURG, S. C.,
AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, BACON, LARD, FLOUR,
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE,
TOBACCO, SEGARS, 4c,
B AYING changed his Grocery Accncy into a
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS will take
zreat pleasure in mooting tho wants of his old
Friends and Customers.
He will pr; v thc H IG il EST PRICE for COTTON,
COUNTRY PRODUCE, kc, or will receive the
.-urne on Storage.
pSF Consignments respectfully solicited.
Farmer? and Planters, and the public generally,
will find it Co their interest to give mc n call.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Oet.l, tf 40
ANDREW J, PELLETIER,
CHOICE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
DYE STUFFS, PERFUMERY,
Paints, Oils and Glass,
Cosmetics, Soaps, Combs, Brushes,
Dcntnl, Surgical and Obstetrical I?
GELATINES, CHOCOLATES, ?'
NUTMEGS IN HULL,
And Fresh Imported Spices.
All of which wc take pleasure in offering to tho
public at reasonable rates.
A. J. PELLETIER,
Druggist and Apothecary.
H. L. jErrcRS | W. H. JEFFERS | T. II. JEFFKRS
H. L JEFFERS & CO.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
8.3^ Sj,.:cial atteativu given to the SALE OE
Ordors for SUPPLIES carefully attended to.
July lo ?rn 29
Beef Cattle and Sheep
?WILL pay tho highest market price for good
BEEF CATTLE aud FAT SHEEP or
If preferable I will Barter Corn and Bacon
for Cattle and Shoop.
A. A. GLOVER, A gt.
May 25 tf 22
SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Principal OiGcc, GIG Broadway,
GREAT IMPROVEMENT in Sowing Ma
chine Empiro Shuttle, Crank Motion
Sewing Machine. It is rendered noiseless in no
tion. Its motion hoing ?ll positive, it is not lia
ble to got out of order. It is tho best Family
Machine ! Notice is called to our new and Im
proved Manufacturing Machine, for T.iiloi and
B')"t and Shoo Fitters. Agents wanted, to whom
a liboral discount will be given. NJ consign
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINS CO. I
Aigf J JW j
THE MISSES SEDGWICK'S
Boarding and Day School
CORNER WASHINGTON AND TELKAIR STREETS,
THIS SCHOOL WILL RE-OPEN ON THE
2nd OCTOBER next.
>22f For Circulars containing Terms, 4c, ad
dress the Principals.
Hon. C. J. JENKINS, Augusta,
GEO. G. MCWHORTER, Esq., Augusta,
Hon. E. STARNES, "
Dr. J. P. GARVIN, "
Prof- GEO. W. RAINS, "
Col. R. B. BULLOCK, "
Dr. T. W. BATTEV, "
Hon. W. T. GOULD, "...
J AMES MILLER, Esq., "
GEO. M. THEW, Esq.,' . "
Augusta, Aug 20 4134
SHADY HILL SELECT SCHOOL
will re-open her School
on MONDAY, the 2nd of
Tuition per Seision of Thirteen Week* :
For the Lower Classes, $5,00
For tboso-farther advanced, 6,00
Contingent Fee, 50
Fronch and Latin, each, 5,00
Music on Piano, 10,00
Use of Instrument, 2,00
Ther.j will be DANCING LESSONS given
every ! r?day evening daring tho Session at $3,00
per Sesd?on. No Scholar entered as a Danoing
pupil without permission of their Parents or
Guardians. Thoeo not attending tho School may
nevertheless join tho Dancing Class if they wish
to do so.
Needlework and Plain Sowing taught gratis.
There will be a Governess to attend to the
small children, and prevent their being imposed
upon by larger Scholars.
August 21 2t 34
ESTABLISHED IN 18-13.
J. A. VAN WINKLE,
UNDER CENTRAL HOTEL,
230 Broad Street,
'OW on hand a SPLENDID STOCK of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS
and COATINGS, which will bo manufac
tured t.> order in the MOST FASHIONABLE
A Fino Stock of Spring' and Summor
(ALL FRESH GOODS,).
Furnishing Goods, &c
^aEr-All Goods sold at thc very lowost prices.
J. At YAN WINKLE.
Augusta, May 13 3m 20
JAMES G, BAILIE & BRO,
Direct Importers of and
Wholesale and Retail Dealers iu
(ON OI:R FIRST FLOOR.)
GROCERIES OE ALL KINDS usually
kept ii. ii first class Grocery Store,
SHOES, BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE
BROOMS AND BUCKETS,
TUBS AND ?'AILS,
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS,
NOTIONo OF EVERY VARIETY.
(Ox OUR SEWJ.ND FLOOR.)
Carpets, &c. *
CARPETS OF ALL KINDS,
RUGS, DOOR MATS, DRUGGETS,
FLOOR AND TABLE OIL CLOTHS
DAMASK AND LACE CURTAINS,
CORNICES, BANDS A SD PINS,
AT OUR OLD STAND,
20?* Broad Sire???,
P. S. Orders from tue country promptly at
Augusta, Apr li If 1 fi
W. II. GOODRICH. . C. G. Loonnicn.
C, G, GOODRICH & CO.,
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS
&c, Acc., &c.
271 Broad Street,
.^S^Amplc Storage for Consignments.
Iff Personal attention Riven io the Purchase,
Sale and Shipment of COTTON and other PRO
DUCTS,-entirely on Commission.
t^*.Mr. E. IioiiGES may be found with us.
Augusta, Feb ll ly 7
LOST on Friday morning, tho IGth inst., bo
twecn Edgefield C. H. ami Aiken, a Man's
lar-o and fino CHECK SHAWL A suitablo re
ward ?viii bo paid to thu finder for. its delivery
at thc AdeertUer OQicc. or for information wHch
trill cniblo the owner to recover tho same.
Aug 21 . 2t34
PaiikiuVs Hepatic Bitters.
WE HAVE just received a supply of PANK
NIN'S CELEBRATED BITTERS..
For salo for Cash only.
TEAGUE k CARWILE,
Under Masonic Hall.
July 2 tf. 27
JUST received n lot of FISK'S CELEBRA
TED METALLIC BURIAL CASES-of the
Also, on hand, of my own manufacturo and
finish, a beautiful n.-sortm.-nt of MAHOGANY,
WALNUT, POPLAR and PINE COFFINS.
All of which I nm sollinc at LOW FIGURES,
and STRICTLY FOR CASH.
M. A. MARKERT,
Next door to Advertiser Office.
.Tan 1? tr S
Alum iind Dry Plaster, Fire and Burglar Proof
W-ARUANTED THE BEST IN THE
WORLD ! Never corroJo the Iron. Nevor
loso their fire-proof qualities. Aro thc only Safos
filled with Alum and Dry Plaster.
Pleaso scud or call for an Illustrated Catalogue
MARVIN k CO.
Principal j No. 2fi5 Broadway, New York.
Wurehouses. ( No. 721 Cbepnut St., Philadelphia.
Fob 27 10m 0
Cheese, Butter, &c.
NOW in Storo .
New SPRING CHEESE,
FACTORY CHEESE ;
New Yon n jr America CHEE'-'iC, 5 to S Ibs.eacu
fhoirc .iOSHEv RUTTER. \
Just roc? ' . -1 and for s ilo ? r
JAS. ?. BAILIE & BRO.
Newly Furnished aiid Reflttcd,
Unsurpassed by any Hotel South,
Was Reopened, to tho Public Oct. 8, 1866.
T. S. NICKERSON, Proprietor.
Jan. L tf 1
THIS HOTEL is well prepared for tho accom
modation of Boarders and the travelling
public. Every attontion given to all who may
favor us with their company.
TVebavoon hand gentle HORSES nnd good
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES to hire, at low
THE CAROLINA BAR,'attacherfto tho Hotel,
is finely furnished, and bountifully supplied with
all kinds of the finest LIQUORS; WINES, SE
GARS, ?o. Drinks IO and 25 Cents.
C. A. CHEATHAM & BRO.
July 23 tf_30_
21, 23,25 & 27 Broadway, New lork
Opposite Boxcliurj Green,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
THE STEVENS HOUSE ia well and widely
known to tho travelling public. Tho loca
tion is especially suitablo to merchants and busi
ness men ; it is in close proximity to the business
part ot thc city-is on tho highway of Southern
and Western travol-and adjacent to all thc prin
cipal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
THE STEVENS HOUSE "has. liberal accom
modation for over 300 guests-it is well furnished,
and possesses every modern improvement for the
comfort and entertainment of its inmates. The
rooms aro spacious and well ventilated-provided
with gas and water-tho attendance .is prompt
and respectful-and tho tablo is generously pro
vided with every delicaoy of the season--at mod
Tho rooms having been refurnished and re
modeled, we are enabled to offer extra facilities
for the comfort and pleasure of cur Guests.
GEO. K. CHASE Ot CO.,
July 10 6m 28
THE Undersigned givos notice that ho has
this di.y opened a FIRST CLASS HOTEL
iu the Villago of Edgcfield for the acoom nodu
tion of tho public.
The Rooms have been re-fitted with Bedding
and Furnituro entire-all bran new.
His TABLE will bo supplied with all of tho
substantials and delicacies of this and the Au
gusta markets. The test of Servants havo been
There is olso a LIVERY and SALE STABLE
oonnectcd willi ibo Hotel.
Also, a MAGNIFICENT DRINKING SA
LOON, under the especial charge of that prince
of caterers, JAMES RAMSAY. Drinks from
ip to 25 Cents.
Rates of Board, the samo as all first class
A. A. GLOVER, Aguut,
~ HAMBURG INN!
HAMBURG, S. C.,
A. SIMON, Proprietor.
Hamburg, July 33 tf 30
The advertiser, having been restored to health
in a few weeks* hy a very simple remedy, after
having suffered for several years with a severe
lung affection, and that dread disease Consump
tion-is anxious to make known to his fellow
suffercr? tho means of cure.
To all who de.-ire it, ho will send a copy of thc
prescription used (free of charge,) with the direc
tions fur preparing and using the same, which
they will find a ?lire cure for Consumption, Asih
Mi?, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and all Thront and
Lung Affections. Tho only object of the adverti
ser in scuding the Prescription is lo benefit the
afflicted and spread information which he con
?oives to bc invaluable, nnd ho hopos every suf
ferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them
nothing, and may provo a blessing, Partie? wish
ing thc prescription, FREE, l>y return mail, will
pleasenddres.s KEV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York.
May 27_ _ly 22_
Errors ot* Yo>uh.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from Ner
vous Debility, Premature Decay, and nil tho
effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake
of suffering humanity, send free lo all who need
it, thc recipe nnd directions for making the simple
remedy by which he was cured. ?u&eiers wish
ing to profit by thc advertiser's experience can do
sn by eddretsing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN, -?2 Cedar St., New York.
May 27 ly 22
Mattresses ? Mattrasses !
?AM prepared to make to order; COTTON",
WOOL, .TIOS.S or SHUCK MATTRASSES
in tho best manner, and nt tho n?n:t reasonable
prices. M. A. M A II Iv KR T.
July 23 tf 30
TTfrJI.L arrive to-day direct from the celebra
nt ted Seed Warehouse of DAVID LAN
DRETH it ?SON, tho following varieties:
YELLOW RUTA BAG A,
LAKl?E WHITE GLUBE,
LARGE WHITE FLAT DUTCH.
F or sale by
TEAGUE iV CARWILE,
Under Masonic Hall.
July 30 tf 31
WILL FURNISH GOOD BEEF and MUT
TON to tho people of Edgcfield on Monday,
Wednesday and Saturday mornings, ?it rta; na
ble prices, but strictly for Cash.
I will have Mutton furnished wboncver want
ed. A. A. GLOVER, Agent.
Great [R?duction in.
WE HAVE just received a fresh supply of
PURK KEROSINE OIL, which will be
sold low for Cnsh only. Five Gallons $?,50. Sin
glo Gallon," $1,00.
TEAGUE A CARWILE,
Uuder Masonic Hall.
Aug 20 tf 34
State of South Carolina,
Geo. W. Long & Jos. M. Long, Ad'ors.,
Louisa Perry, J. C. Terry, et ul.
[T appearing to my satisfaction thnt thc Dcfen
L dani*, Irk Colbreath nnd wile Julia, Bet Jam in
Clark, Jacob Clark, Cutheritie Clark, George
Clark, Frederick Cly?e and wife Minerva A., re
sido beyond tho limits of this State, On motion
by Messrs. Auxin' <fc WRIGHT, Complainants' So
licitors, Ordered That the said Defendants do ap
pear and plead, answor or demur, to this Bill
within forty days from tho publication hereof,
and in default thereof, Judgment pro coofesm
will be rendered against them.
Z. W. CARWILE, CE.x.n.
Aug 2?, 1867. 6t , 35
TUE Subscriber respectfully announces to the
citizens of Edgefiold District, that ho is now
prt-parcd to execut" ALL BUILDING AND
CARPENTER'S WORK with fidelity and dis
patch, and on reasonable tarina.
He is also, engaged, next door to tho Advorlisor
Office, in tho
And has on hand an assortment of BEAUTIFUL
COFFINS, Rosewood finish, neatly trimmed, and
of the latest styles. Prices vcrv moderate
My fino NEW HEARSE, with gentle Horses
and a good Driver, will attend Funerals when
During my absenco from tho shop, Mr. JAS,
PAUL, who i? conducting tho CABINET BUSI
NESS in tho samo Room.?, will give his individual
attontion to ill ordors for COFFINS, &c.
M. A. MARKERT.
Nov. 27, ._._ ^_ tf 43
PTC-NIC CRACKERS in Barrels and boxes
SODA ORA OK EB $ in barrels nnd boxes;
MILK CRACKERS, in barrels and boxea:
EGO ORA ORE RS, in barrels and boxes:
FOX CRACKERS, in barrels and box-ij
For sale by pound, box cr barrel, by
JAS. G. BAILIE * BRO.
Augusta, AP? 25 tf Ji
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
. 1 -IN- .
Staple and Fancy
HOSIERY, NOTIONS, HOOP SKIRTS,
2 42 Broad St., Augusta, & a.
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
Me Old (Seeds-Ho High Prices.
All Hew Goods-All Low Prices
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 PROM
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 ur) a WHOLESALE ROOM where can
be found full lines of
DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS.
Brown SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
Bleached SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
Brown DRILLS and JEANS,
Plain and Siriped OSNAB?RGS,
White and Slate Corset JEANS,
Blue DENIMS and STRIPES,
BED TICKING and Hickory STRIPES,
APRON CHECKS and PLAIDS, ,
Twilled S1LEC1AS and Glazed CAMBRICS,
KENTUCKY JEANS and ERMIN CLOTHS,
COTTON A DES 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, Sprague, Richmond, AlleD,
American, Dumbells. Gavner, Amoskeag,
Pacific; Waoregan. fte., 4c.
GINGHAMS and LAWNS ia great variety,
A HM CRES an.l DELA INS.
HOOP SKIRTS, NOTIONS. PERFUMERY, 4c, 4c.
Our House has always been noted for
CLOAKS and SHAWL- which it afforded i
the new and lesirable Styles yet brought
NOVELTIES as soon as they appear.
Heavy Lyons Blnck TA FELT AS,
Heavy Lyons Black G HOS. GRAINS,
Heavy Lvous Black GROS. Di: RHINE,
U*avy Black PULT DE SOIE,
C eked GRENADINES,
Brttefie Silk G RENA DIN ES,
Embroidered E-ghsh DA ILE G ES,
Black and G h red J RON BAREGES,
Doable width MANTLE BAREGE,
Hernani and Poplin LASSEN^,
Paid CHARLIES and LEN O ES,
Mozambique and Poil de CHEVRE,
Plain, and Black, aud White Checked
Black Silk SAQUES.
Black Silk BASQLTNES,
Black Silk CIRCULARS,
Light Cloth CIRCULARS,
Plain Crape MARETZ and BAREGES,
the extent and variety of DRESS GOODS,
ts patrons. At present it contains jome of all
forward, to which will bc added all the other
Rich Odored French ORGANDIES,
Rich (Mored French LAWNS,
Rich Printed Paria JACKONETS,
Rich Colored American LAWNS.
Black and White American LAWNS,
Blue. Buff und Pink French PERCALE,
Blue, Buff and Pink Paris LAWNS,
Blue, Bulf amt Pink CHAMBRAYS,
Solid Checked Parts GINGHAMS. /
Fancy Checked Paris GINGHAMS,
Lupins Beat Black BOMBAZINES,
Black HABIT CLOTH and REPS,
Black and Colored ALPACA,
Debnges and Mohair LUSTRES,
Fine White French MERINOS 4c,
Colored Grenadine SHAWLS,
Colored Mozambique SHAWLS.
Black Lace PRINTS and CIRCULARS,
Fine Black Thibet Wool SHAWLS,
White Lace SHAWLS.
Irish Linens, White Goods, &c,
Soft Finished CAMBRIC,
Nainsook CHECKS and STRIPES,
Swiss, Mull, india, B.-ok Victoria LAWNS,
White MCUSAL1NE and TABLA ?AN8, .
PARC ALES and BRILLIANT'S,
Tape Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS.
Primed Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS,'
Hemmed Stitched HANDDERCHIEFS,
Plain Button Stitched HANDKERCHIEFS.
.l-l Fronting LINEN,
5-4 Pillow Case LINEN,
7 8 Irish LAWNS,
Birds Eve DIAPER,
8 4,10-4,12 4 White Satin DAMASK,
Farmer's Brown DRILLS,
White Linen DRILLS,
Taney Checked LINENS, 4c,
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,
Linen " u
Infants Embroidered WAISTS,
Embr- lerod HANDKERCHIEFS,
Black and White Bobbin- NETS, .
White Brussels Bobbin NETS,
White and Black Capo NETS,
Black aud White Silk ILLUSION,
Black and White Silk Dotted NETS,
Linou " and Lace COLLARS,
Black Applique Lace VEILS, '
Black Pusher Lace VEILS,
Empire Bugle Trimmed Lace VEILS,
Black Lovo VEILS,
Black Crape VEILS,
MUSQUITO NETTING, %
Hosiery, Notions, Corsets, &c, 8cc.
Ladies Silk and Lisle Thread HOSE,
Ladies' Plain and Openwork Cotton HOSE,
Mens " " " " HOSE,
Childs " ? ? " HOSE,
Men's and Boy.-' English and American 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 Leafand Chip FANS,
E3TA11 Goods purchased of us
free of charge to all pai ts of the
Ladies Plain and Embroidered Kid finished
LadieR Black and White Silk and Cotton
Ladies and Missen Paris Lace BUTS,
Ladies Lisle Thread and Berlin GLOVES,
Ladies Buckskin and Thread 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, 4c.
will be carefully packed and sent
City and Hamburg.
Augusta, March 18,
GRAY * TURLEY.
FOR AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER.
SOW Long Orango CARROT, Rod Althrlngton
CARROT, Mangle Wurzel BEET, and TUR
FOR AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER.
SOW CABBAGES, Sugar BEET, Long Blood
BEET, RADISHES, SPINACH, LETTUCE,
ENDIVE, MUSTARD, KALE, RAPE, PAR
SNIPS, TURNIPS, ONION SEED.
^SrFor salo at Augusta Seed Store.
Augusta, Aug 6 3t 31
J. M. YOUNGBLOOD
E ASTERLING & KENNADY
130 Broad Street,
At tho Old Stand of R. C. A H. H. EASTERLIHG,
^.UGrTJSTA , ?3-A.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
PROVISIONS & GROCERIES
'OT Every Description.
BAGGING. ROPE and PATENT TIES
for Baling Cotton. ?
Also, we will sell ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY
PRODUCE, and will fill Ca.ih orders at tho very
lowest Cash prices.
July 25, 6m 31
UNDER MASONIC HALL,
EDGEPIEJJD, e. o.
TVE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT (
FROM NEW YORK, a full and complete Stock
PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS,
MM mi efmwj} \%?\?tii
LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, Ax.
ALSO, A FULL SUPPLY OF THE MOST
Consisting in part of
! AY ER'S CHERRY PECTORAL,
AYER'S AGUE.CURE AND PILLS,
JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT AND PILLS,
WISTAR'S BALSAM WILD CHERRY,
It EM OLD'S Fluid Extract EUC HU,
KISLEY'S Fluid Extract BUCHU,
PHILOTOKEN, or FEMALE'S FRIEND,
HEG EMA N A CO'S. COD LIVER OIL,
WHITCOMB'S ASTHMA REMEDY-A Suro
Henry's and Husband's Calcined MAGNESIA.
A full assortment of the bent and most popular
Hair Renewers and Dressings,
Perfumeries of all Descriptions,
PH ALON'S NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS,
SMITH'S SWEET OPOPONAX,
SMITH'S VICTORIA REGIA,
GENUINE BELL COLOGNE) Ac, Ac.
pS-AM for sale LOW FOR CASH ONLY
^?"Persons sending orders must send the
Cash or no attention whatever will bo taken cf
the order. Wo havo to pa}' Ca9b, and must ne
cessarily have Cash for our Goods.
TEAGUE & CARHILE,
Under Masonic Hall.
Juno 28 tf 26
B.C. BRYAN, Ag%
BEGS Ieivo to call tho attentif.n of friends
and customers to a NEV' AND COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF SPRING GOODS.
Brown and Bleached SHIRTINGS,
? ? SHEETINGS,
5-1 Pi?ow Caso SHIRTINGS,
Bird's Eye and Huck DIAPERS,
Russia mid Scotch DIAPER,
Bleached Table DAMASK,
Bed TICKINGS, Striped OSNABURGS,
Plaid and .-triped DOMESTICS, ?fcc.
CALICOES from 12? to 55 cfs. per yard,
Scotck and Domestic G'.NGHAMS,
Fuucy Printed MUSLINS,
" " ORGANDIES,
'. Barejre ANGLAIS,
' Cmpo de PARIS,
Black CHALLY, ic, Ac.
Yt hite Goods.
JACONETS and SWISS MUSLINS,
Nainsook and Dotted Swiss MUSLINS, " .
Chcckodond Striped Organdie MUSLINS,
aconet and Swiss EDGINGS,
Lace COLLARS and SETTS,
Ladies and Misses Trimmed and Untrimmed
HATS of the latost styles,
RIBBONS and FLOWERS in groat virioty,
Mon's, Boys' and Youth's HATS, all of the la
Men's and Boys Wean
Kcotucky JEANS, TWEEDS and Fancy
Brown and Spanish LINENS,
Brown Canvass LINENS,
Brown and Linen DRILLINGS, Ac
Boots and Shoes.
Ladies, Misses and Children's BOOTI:' and
SHOES, of all descriptions,
Men's, Boys BOOTS and SHOES of every va
A good lot of Brado's Patent and Crown HOES
Planters' HOES, SPADES, SHOVELS,
RAKES and FORKS,
LOCKS, SCREWS nnd HINGES,
Tabbi and Pocket KNIVES. ?
A Gciod Stock of Groceries and
With many other articles too numerous to men
tion, all of which will be sold At the LOWEST
MARKET PRICE FOR CASH ONLY.
15** Call and examine for yourselves.
A yr 2 tf 14
THE Undersigned has on hand a very HAND
SOME LOT of
Metallic Cases and Caskets,
Which ho is now SELLING AT COST, tranii
portation added. Also, a large and elegant stock
of COFFINS of his own manufacture, embracing
all styles and sizes, whioli ho offers at prime cost
of material and manufacturo.
85^*Parties buying Cases' or Coffins will have
the use of my HEARSE freo of charge.
_?3T'Terms, strictly Cuah.
J: M. WITT.
June 25 tf 26
FOR salo at this Offi.-c, LAW BLANKS Ol
ALL KINDS at tho most rd;unable price.
for Cai*. v
HtjU tf *
SPRING AND SUMMER
JUST RECEIVED BY
LEVY ? mm%.
S18 Broad Street
CONSISTING OP A LARGE ASORTMENT 01
MEN'S, ROYS AND CHILDREN'S
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
HATS AND GAPS,
I Hosiery and No tiona,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of all kinds,
TRUNKS, r ALISES, CARPET BAGS.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Consisting of SHIRTS, DRAWERS, CRA
VATS, SUSPENDERS, HALF HOSE, Ac.
All of wliioh wo offer at very low prices.
Country Merchante will do well by call
ing on us before purchasing elsewhere.
LEVY & ASHER,
218 Broad Street.
Augusta, Apr 2 t f 13
I?1or the Million!
XHE ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE of
a GOOD COOKING STOVE is admitted by
erery intelligent person who has nsed them, and
to he withont ono in this ago of the world is
worse than "'old Fogyism,"-it is positive injus
tice to one's solf and family. '
Since the dose of the war, hundreds have bcon
made happy by the uso of .he celebrated Stove
called tho " CHARTER OAK," sold by
D; L. FULLERTON, Augusta, Ga. '
Wecould fill columns of the Adver(iter with
names of happy House,-Keeper.-* who daily bless
tho ? CHARffER OAK."
Wo give the names of a few of thc happy one?,
withont their consent. Hopo there can be no ob
Hon. F. W. PICKZNS,
Jas. T. BACON, Esq.,
Dr. A. W. YOUNGULOOD,
Mr. JCLI'US DAY,
Mr. M. LEBESCHULTZ,
Dr. J. A. DEVORE,
Mr. J. T. ALLEN, Lowridsvillc, S. C.,
Mr. E. KUBANKS, Barnwell, S. C.
Don't forget thc place : D. L. FULLERTON'S,
Augusta, Ga., directly opposite Express Office.
Augusta, May C 6m 19
THE WORKING FARMER
The Best Agricultura! and Family
Paper and a 50 Cent Prize for
TWO DOLLARS !
THE WORKING-FARMER will bc tent to
one subscriber two years, or two subscribers
one year for $2,00, and to th? person remitting
us the money wo will <cnd a CONCORD GRAPE
VINE, (the vino which took tho (Ircely prize of
$100, at tho last Fair of tho American Institute,)
worth 50 Cents. THE WORKING FARMER
is a doublo octavo of 21 pages, price $1,50 per
annum, and is written for by tho best ? Agricultu
rists in the country. AmoLg ita regular contribu
tors are :
S. Edwards Todd, Mrs. J. E.McConaug.;-.;.
J. Pa3'ne Lowe, I. J. Simonson,.
P. T. Quinn. W. H. White,
Mrs. M.. E. Dodge, Mr?. Laura Lyman.
For circulars, spocitnens, <tc, contnining pre
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a clear exponent of tho principles of scient-ric
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voted to the moro elegant brunches of horticul
ture and funcy gardening intended'for fie cla.?s
known as "gentlemen farmers," and but of little
vulue to the workingman whose farm is his only
source of income. We feel convinced that thu
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and by its eminent practicability will give just
thc information they most need. "The Working
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Arthur'? Hone Magazine.
Splendid Sewing Machine Pxeniiunii
In addition to oumrdinnry Premiums wc mako
thc rollowmg SPECIAL OFFER :
For Thirty-Six i3G) New Subscribers forward
ed to us at the rate of $1,50 per annum, or for
Seventy-Two (72) Subscribers at our advance
Club rate ($1,00 a year,) wc will present a Gra
ver k Baker, Wheeler k Wilson, or Wileox .t
k Gibbs' Family Sewing Machine, complete, with
Hemmer, price $55.
We will also ?ive one of the above machines
for Eighteen (1 Sj Subscribers two years nr.d.So"
each, or in case the number is not obtained, tho
deficiency in money may be made up by the taker
of thc premium without the pupers. The papers
will be sent in packages to one address, or'to
each subscriber's uflme and post-office. Address
ns above. 1
WM. L. ALLISON ft CO.,
58 Cortlandt St.. New York.
July 23_3t 30
State of South Carolina,
Albert G. Turner, )
Ellen Turner, ct al, by next
friend, [ Bill for la
vs . j junction, Ac.
Robert A. Turner, Ex'or.,
Amanda A. Turnor, et al. . J
BY Virtue of an Order passod ic fbo above
cause, at June Term, JS67, the Creditors of
the late ALBERT G. TURNER, dee'd., will
present and provo their respectivo demands
against his Estate bofore the Commissioner in
Equity for Edgefield Dit'triet, at Edgefield CH.,
on or before the first December next. And is de.
fault thereof bo debarred from tho benoflu of tho
Z. W. CARWILE, C. E. E. D.
July 23, 1867 6t 30
State of South Carolina,
T. S. Daniel, AdmVir., 1 , ?...
J. W. Cooper and wife et al *? . 0
? yeB ' ?-Assetts, Call m
Mary L, Hill ct al. j Creditors, ^.
BY Virtuo of an order in tho above causa, tho
Creditors of tho lato WILLIAM M. HILL,
dee'd., will present and prove their respective de
mands against his Estate, before tho Commis. i<n
cr in Equity for Edgefield District, at his Office,
at Edgefield C. E., on or before the first dey of
December next. And in default thereof that they
be debarred from tho bejafits of the said order.
Z. WT CARWILE, c.?.s.D.
Jan 23,18(17. Gt SO
ALL Persons having demands or claims against
the Estate of B. F. PAYNE, dee'd., - ill
present them to tho undersigned. Those indi ted
to said Estate will find thoir Notes in the I
ot.Messrs. OARY k GARY, Attorneys at Law, <t,d "
con eavo costs by carly payment.
C. D. SPEARMAN, 1 _
JOHN W. FAYNE. j hx
July 23 Sm 80
PERSONS wishing WHEAT ground at my
Mill can engage a day for the samo if they
desire it. R. T. MIMS.
July 30 At 31
Fine Phaetons and Buggy
TWO STYLISH AND. DURABLE Phretott
Carriages or Bretts. Ono almost new '
-the other vory little worn. Either can be bought :
for what a Top Buggy and Harness would oosi.
Also, a fine new TOP BUGGY and HARNBSb,
and an old Boggy and Harness.
Any ono or all will bo ?old very cheap. .
JOHN E. BACOV.
Jal/Si lat 21