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GRAY, M?IMRKY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS JN
FOREIGN AND JDOMESTIC
DRY
328 BROAD STREET,
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA,
ARE NOW PREPARED TO OFFER
AT BA
HAVING ON HAND OVER
Worth of Dry Goods,
Purchased Exclusively for Cash, since the late decline,
at Auction and Importers' ?Sales, by an Experi
enced Buyer, who is always in thc
market.
OUR STOCK. CONSISTS IN PART AS FOLLOWS
?Plain Black Geo's Sirks,
Plain Black Glace Silks,
Colored Chine Silks,
Colored Stripe Silks,
Colored Foulard Silks,
Brocade Grenadines,
Stripe Grenadines,
Mourning Grenadines,
Black Tamartine,
Black Crape Maret z,
Black and Colored Challies,
Bareges,
English Bareges.
Colored Crape Maret z,
Pal De Ch?vres,
Leno Cloth.-?,
, Mozatubiques,
Plaid and Stripe Poplins,
Figured and Plaid Chillies,
Black ?lapacas,
White Alapacas,
Lupine JSombazices,
Printed Jaconet Musics,
Organdie Muslins,
Organdie Robe-*,
Printed Lawns,
Black and White Organdies,
Plain French Lawns,
Plain French Cambiic,
Printed Cambrics,
Cbin'.z Percules, .
Plain Percules.
IN'COVERINGS WE
Rich Lace Circulars,
Lace Points,
Silk Sacques,
Silk Basques,
Silk Circulars,
Shetland Shawls,
Shetland Rotondes,
Barege and Ca'.if Shawls,
Lama. Wool Shawls,
Black Grenadine Shawls.
Brilliants,
Pique Clo'hs,'
M arseilles,
Jaconet Cambrics,
Jnconet Muslin,
Plaid Jaconet,
Nuinsook Musliu,
Plaid Nainsook,
India Mull,
India Long Cloth,
Swiss Muslin,
Striped Swiss,
Dotted Swiss,
White anc Col d Tarletana,
Embroidered Curtain Muslin?.
253 IO IE3L O X IO ES IO. ? ES S3
Jaconet Edgings and Inserfings,
Swiss Edgings and Inserting3,
Jaconet and Swiss Bands,
Jaconet and Swiss Setts,
Linen Collars and Cuffs,
Hem Stitch Handkerchiefs,
Plain L. C. Handkerchiefs,
Embroidered Handkerchiefs.
A LARGE STOCK OF IMPORTED LINENS.
Linen Sheetings.
Pillow Case Linens,
Brown Table Damask,
8-4,10-4,12-4 Bleached Table Damask,
Xapking and D'Oylies,
Bordered Towels,
Fringed Towels,
Damask Towels,
Turkish Bath Towels,
Brown Huckaback leveling,
Bleached Huckaback Toweling,
Crush Toweling,
Russia Diaper,
Bird's Eye Diaper,
Irish Lineu Fronting,
Linea Lawn,
Linen Cambria
Linen Shirts Front3, .
Blay Linens,
Brown Hollands,
Planters1 Linen,
Brown Linen Drills,
Brown Linen Duck,
White Linen Drills,
White .Linen Duck,
Fancy Linen Coatings.
20 Cases American Calicoes,
10 Cases Imported Calicoes,
Furniture Calicoes,
Sew Yolk Mil:4,
Semper Wan,
Lo i ?esdai'.',
James' Steam Milis. .
And other favorite brands Long Cloth,
0-4,10-4, 11-4 Sheetings, best qualities,
Pillow Case Cottons,
11-1, 12-4 Marseilles Quills,
11-4, 12 4 Lancaster Quilts,
Domestic Scotch Ginghams,
Stripes' and Apron Checks,
Tickings,
Cotto jades aud Nankco? Checks.
Black French Broadcloths,
Black French Cashmeres.
Black French Doeskin,
Fancy Cassi m eres.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Hoaie?T ?and 3XTotiori.s.
To Merchants visiting this market we offer
Great Ind?e?m?hts, having a coinplete assort
ment in Every Department.
228 Broad Street, i
15
i
FOR SlRpgffe iSSMKI!
At Tempting Prices!
HE Subscriber is now' rocciving a CHOICE
and WELL ASSORTED Stock of
T
?)?i?e8t^:^j|???g(^^ii|%'
-Consisting in.part of-r
Brown SHEETINGS/ SHIRTINGS,' DRILLS
' and TICKING J
Bleached Cotton SHEETINGS,.Pillow PASING
. .and SHIRTINGS ; ' ' ~; K" .**
Bleached Linen SHEETINGS,-Table DIAPER,
"NAPKINSand TOWELS;
DRAP DEETTE, CQXTONADE, Linen DUC and
DRILLS for Men and Bov's wear;
PRINTS and GINGHAMS ; ?
Printed LAWNS>.Jaconot and . Organdie -MUS?
? LINS; "'*: ' ."
White- Jaconet, Swiss', Moll and Nainsook MUS
LIN, Plain, Checked-apd;Striped.; -- ;
Linen Cambric, Hemstich'?d ?nd Embroidered
. ! HANDKERCHIEFS:;:' ' - '.'.- . / ? ? :
LACES, RIBBONS,' FLOORS, HOSIERY and;
GLOVES; -...
MOURNING DRESS GOODS';
CLOTHING 'FDR; MEN and BOYS;':'for Spring
. . and Sunimer*wc3r; .* '" v:ft-.^
SHOES-for Ladies, t3*nfc;. Boys,. Girls'ARd the
. Babies ;
BONNETS-LadioB and -Missos, and 1 Infant'*;
HATS;
Men's, Boja and Children's HATS.
-Also, a good assortment of
Hardware, Crockery, China and Glacs
Wa;re, Groceries, Saddles, Bri
dies, Baggy Harness,
ic, &c, ?.Vc.
This Stock of Goods was seloctod in New York
after tho lato declino in prices, and will bo sold
FOR CASH ONLY,
Afpricci to suit tho most economical.
JAS. B. SULLIVAN,
At the Old Stand.
Mar 27_4t_U
Spring and Summer
GOODS!
THE Subscriber is now receiving his Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS direct
from Charleston, consisting of
CALICOES,
MUSLINS,
GINGHAMS,
COTTONADES, STRIPES,
BROWN AND PLANTER'? LINEN,
SHIRTINGS,
SHEETINGS,
LONG CLOTHS,
BED TICK, ?fcc
Ladies, Misses and Men's HATS AND
BONNETS ;
Ribbons, Flowers, Wreaths, Plumes,
Gloves, Veils, Hosiery,
LADIES, MISSES, HEX AND CHILDREN'S
BOOTS AND SHOES,
GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
CROCKERY,'
SADDLES, BRIDLES. GIRTHS, SURCIN
GLES,
With many other articles too tedious lo mention,
which trill bn ?old at the lowest market price for
CASH ONLY.
B. C. BRYAN, Agent.
Mar 21_tf_ _ 12_
Teague & Car wile,
UNDER ODD FELLOWS' ct MASONIC HALL,
Dealers in
o
jj VilUitIU2Ll.ni
Brushes, &e.
HAVE on hand, and'are constantly receiving,
all of the most approved PA TE XT MEDI
CINES, consisting in part nf
AYE R'S CH Ell lt Y PECTORAL ;
AVER'S AGUE Cure:
WlSTAIt'S BALSAM WILD CHERRY;
Dr. Strickland's COUGH BALSAM :
" " Anti-Cholera MIXTURE:
" ." Pl LE REMEDY:
WATSON'S NEURALGIA KING-an in
fallible remedy :
MKS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
for children teething.
Knrliy* Popular WORM CANDY,
Brown's Bronchial TROCHES;
EHILOTOIvEIi, or FEMALE S FRIEND :
Whitcomb's Attbmn REMEDY :
Heiubold's Fluid Extract BUCHU ;
Constitution WATER ;
Husband's Calciood MAGNESIA ;
Brown's Essence of JAMAICA GINGER;
Sylvester's BENZINE.
For the Hair.
All of thc mo.'t popular preparations for the
Hair, ?u(h as
Wood's Hair RESTORATIVE;
Barry's TEICOPHEROUS;
Liou's KATHAIRON:
Jayne's Hair TONIC :
Burnett's CO'COAINE ;
Antique OIL ;
BEARS OIL and POMATUMS.
Also,
A fine assortment of KEROSINE LAMPS, KER
OSINE OIL, and in fact everything kept ia a
first class Drug Store, all of which will be sold at
the lowest market prices.
Mar 5 tf ]0
Good News from Mexico.
THE Subscriber respectfully announces that
he is prepared to du ALL WORK in tho
Coach Making: mid Bepniiiiii;
Bu.sr ut ss.
All kiwis of REPAIRING done promptly,
and warranted to givo satisfaction.
Ho bns also oh hand a large supply of Pine,
Black Walnut and Mulberry COFFINS, nea'Jy
finished, which bo is prepared to deliver in any
putt of thc District.
As he bus to pay CASH for everything he has
to buy, he will rcfjuiro the CASH, or its equiva
lent, on delivery of the work.
Ai BUSHNELL.
Liborfy Hill, Apr 2 -tf M
FISK'S PATENT
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
IT
A-NT) CASKETS!
HE Subscriber has just roceivod an assort
ment of Iheso beautiful Rosewood finish
METALLIC BURIAL CASES and CASKETS
Air-tight and ^destructible-for protecting and
preserving the Dead-which Lo,will sell at buta
moderate advance on original eost and transporta
tion. Wherever introduced thosv C:u?es have the
preference ever ail others.
J3^*Orders promptly filled. Ternu, of course,
strictly Cash. J. If. WITT.
Edgefisld, Mar t3_tf ll
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY
EDGEFIKLD, S. C.
TUE Subicribers- respectfully announce that
they are now prepared to do all work in the
COACH MAKING and REPAIRING BUSI
NESS that may bo entrusted to them, iu a work
manlike manner, and with neatness and dispatch.
Wo have on band a few CARRIAGES ?ad su
perior BUGGIES, of our own manufacture, whioh
we will sell low.
All kinds of REPAIRING done promptly and
warranted to givo satisfaction.
&tTAs we sell ONLY FOR CASH, our prices
arc unusually reasonable. All we ask is a trial.
SJTHTH & JOKES.
I* M?r 7 "' " tf' - lio.
The Place
TO BUY FANCY GOODS, CHOICE PEU,
FUMERY ot all kinds, fine TOILET Att
?ICLES. i id NOTIONS <J ENE RALLY, is nt
HM VAEIETT STORE.
ms H
IMCY GfOODS,
JUST oPENr?ns AT
MRS. B^Q^O^QW^
;?*?ji*-jjp??l to Gray, Mulhirky & Co's.)
JSp. 32Q.Brpad,. St.,_ .... ...
:.. ^ugusta, ?-e?rgi?^
ttt?&j C0NSISTING';0i?"
Straw, Silk ami Illusion Bonnets ;..
? . Straw and Leghorn Hats;
Bridal Wreaths a'n'd French Flowers';
Spring- Bonnet an* Trimming Kib
'. bons-; - '!
Fancy Bress' Buttons ;...
; Bugle Gimps ;
'' Kid Gloves, L ace Mitts and Parasols ;
Grenedi?e aiid B?reg? Veiling ;
Black and White Lace Veils;
Thread Lacen, &c?, .
EmbrM?M. every variety and style of oods In
the abovtrirne, together with a great many other
c'isirable ?oods not'enumerated,' to which ?he
calls the attention of the Ladies.
* Augusta, Mar 27 1m 13
Spring Clothing*
-U?-?Qjfe
rjnHE fashionable public, and those who desiro
X good fitting CLOTHING, manufactured of
the finest Saxony Wool ur Linen, unmixed with
COTTON,
where the greatest durability and finish are com
bined, will find it to their interest to examino our
stock. We are offering
AT THE PRESENT
time greater bargains than can bo obtained in
any other Fashionable Clothing Establishment.
Give us a call and you will find our
PRICES '
arc extremely low. Economists who wish the
advantage of buying Spring Clothing at
THE CHEAPEST
rate?, will Gnd it to their interest to give us a call.
To our old patrons, wo would respectfully say
that every
ARTICLE
has been marked down to correspond with the
present scarcity of ca?h, and cannot be surpassed
an j where
IN AMERICA
for cheapness. Our stock is varied, and has been
selected with grtit care. We keep a full stock of
extra site Garments, to moot the demands of those
wLo ciDDut get titted nt aay other establishment.
Call and examine for yourselves at
I. SIMON & CO'S.
FASHIONABLE CLOTIII.NO ESTABLISHMENT,
224 Broad Stroet,
Augusta, Ga.
Mar 21 tf 12
Cooking Stoves and Ranges.
-o
We are offering to our cus
tomers the most approved
kinds of the above, varying
in price from ?20 to ?120,
according to kind and size.
Every Stove or Range will
be guaranteed to operate per
fectly as represented at thc
time of sale.
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
255 Broad St.
Augusta, Feb 1866, 9
House-Furnishing Goods.
-o
Our Stock of the above com
prises almost every articl?Tor
comfort and convenience in
house-keeping, and we shall
be happy to show the goods
to all who will call upon us.
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
255 Broad St.
Augusta, Feb I860, 9
Well Buckets.Brooms^aint
ed Pails Cedar Pails, Cocoa
Dippers, Rat Traps, Wash
Boards, Wash Tubs, Plough
Lines, Cotton Cards, &c, for
sale low by
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
255 Broad St.
Augusta,. Feb 1866, 9
Bake-Ovens, Bake-Spiders,
Biscuit Ovens, Biscuit-Spi
ders and Extra Oven Covers
of all sizes, for sale at low
rates by
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
255 Broad St.
Augusta, Feb 1866. 9
UNITED STATES
STEEL PEN WORKS,
Factory, CAMDEN, N. J.
R. ESTERBROOK & CO.
$U? ?m ?lmmmlmmf
WAREHOUSES :
103 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
42 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK
THESE CELEBRATED PENS are of Genu
ine American Manufacture, aud comprise
every leading style in the Market, and are equal
in finish, elasticity and fiuenep? of point to the
best imported. They are, therefore, sure to gain
the conndenco of the American public
Samples and prices Cn application.
Lots made to order, of any pattern or stamp re
quired.
For Sale to the Trade at tho Manufacturer's
Warehouses, aa above; and at rolnil by all Sta
tioners, Booksellers and Nows Dealers in tho
United Statis.
R. ESTERBROOK & COJ
Mar 13 ?ra - ll
Final Settlement.
NOTICE is hereby given that P final sottlompnt
on the Estate of CapL NATHANIEL BUR
TON, dee'd., will bo made in the Ordinary's Office
on Tuesday, the 1st day of May next. All par
sons indubted to said Enlato aro.requested to sot ?
tie up immediately; and those having claims
against said.Estate are notified to present them
by or before Hut dato, other wise said claims ?Ul
bi) hatred, A. JONES, J?fcr. "
MarU W U j
AT.T^ It'.HICKMANS ^\ .
242 Broad Street j
... Cir:' ?:? ^ '*wtwo ?-?j v aiil
Beg.to.aimpwce.th^.they c?ri be faundtt We"' '' 7.;~
" ;'V: -;v; SPACIOUS-ST?RE"'\, ?^^^^fty^
??? -Lately-occupied--by?. H.- Ht?S?Ai^;]..;^V/fj ?
: "v* . .'.'-.V- ../X-I'lVVl-."?*""""-'"": > ,*.;?oW?
Where they, arc prepared to ?fTeV to t?ie.public on "ELEGANT atod COMPLETE
Assortment of ' -.'
STAPLE AND ?Y DRY ?
?j
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, HOOP SKIRTS, ?Ssc, &c.
One of thc partners will reside in New York, devoting his entire attention to the
SELECTION OF OUR SUPPLIES,
And we are now daily receiving NEW GOODS at
coisrviisrciisrGLY LOW PRICES,
PURCHASED FOR CASH,
At the Great Auction Sales in New York-, and
TWENTY-FIVE TO FIFTY PER CENT.
And in some instances
FULLY OWlI HALF LESS TUAN THEY COULD BE PURCHASED FOUR
WEEKS AGO.
These are superior advantages, which we will at all times share with our Customers.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
And all others in want of Dry Goods,
Should liol make a .single puichasa before visiting om- Establishment.
Augusta, April 2,
A. F. GRAY & CO.
tf 14
J. J. Lathrop, C. E. Muslin, fi. W. (Jibbon,
LATHROP, MU5TIN& CO.,
Importers and Jobbers
0 P
CHINA AND GLASSWARE,
TABLE CUTLERY,
Plated Ware, ?fee,
TXTo. 274 Broad atroot,
(W. R. GRIFFIN'S OLD STAND,)
AUGUSTA, GEO.
Mar 13_lin_U_
A. STEVENS,
Grocer and Commission
MERCHANT,
209 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, GA.,
ITAS NOW IN STORE A LARGE STOCK OF
SUGAR, COFFEE, CHEESE,
FLOUR, RICE, RUTTER.
SOAP, CANDLES,
TOBACCO, RAISINS, SARDINES,
YARNS, &c, &c.
WINES & LIQUORS
In Barrels and Boxes.
Fifty Hlids. Choice Bacon.
Togethor with a full assortment of every article
to lie had in Wholesale aud Retail Grocery estab
lishments.
Augusts, Nov 20 ' Oin 47
/A. J. PELLETIEBX
Oilers to the cilium* of Edgufiold ami ad'\
joining Districts a FINE ASSORTMENT \
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
SP! CES,
Toilet Articles,
[And Fancy Goods for the ToiletJ
TO BE HAD AT HIS DRUG STORE,
HAMBURG, S. C.
Nov. 18 Cm 47
Tn IS WRINGER lins again taken thc FIRST
PREMIUM in tho Grr.-t Fair of the
T. M. BOXES, JAS. HENDERSON.
BONES & HENDERSON
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN
Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags,
No. 187 Broad Stroet,
AUGUSTA, GA.,
HAVE reccutly oponod; next door to BONKS'
Hardware House, a VERY LARGE and
VARIED ASSORTMENT of
BOOTS & SHOES,
Which were purchased from the best manufactu
rers at low price's, and which th?y aro now selling
Wholesale and Retail, ns reasonable aa any other
House in Augusta.
^5?3~Thc Peoplo of Edgefield and tho adjoin
ing Districts aro invited to give ns a call.
t^*Merchanti will do well to oxamino our
completo Stock beforo purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta, Deo 5 Om 49
"FAIR NOTIQE.
ALL Potton. indebted to mo ns Agent, either
by Note or Account, who fail to come for
ward and make settlement within thirty day?
from dato, will And said Notes and Accounts in
Augusta for collection.
S. E. BOWERS.
Himburg, Mar 27_2m 13
Executor's Notice.
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of JOHN
QUATTLEBAIIM, dee'd., will please make
immediato "payment, and all persons having do
mands against the said Estate aro requested to
pr?sent thom, duly attested, to the undersigned at
the lat? residence of.the deceased, on or before
the 30th day of January: 1867, ss there will he a
tin?l settlement of thoEitAto on that day.
^ SIMEON COGBURN, Ex'cr.
Jan SO ." ly_
FOR SALE, ?
AT" IL A. Gray's Watch Repairing Shop, a lot
of SPLENDID RUNNING CLOCKS, very
leer. Wacoetfid to Jttfp ?SML
IA i a *
_u_ i' ii VJ .VI i u .ti in loo uren rair oi ene Ameri
can Iu.^tituto-it has also tnkon tho FIRST PRE
MIUM at the State Fairs of New York, Verm -nt,
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigar, Indian?, Illinois,
Kentucky, low?, Wi,con;in, Connectii-ut River
Vallry Fair, Champlain Valley Fair, anil at moft
of the County aud Instituto Fairs throughout the
country.
Over 200,000 bavo bcon sold and are now in
use in the United States, and tee never heard oj
ont that toa* not liked.
Tho UNIVERSAL is superior to ail other
Wringers, in having large rolls of solid India
Rubber, go protected hy strong COGWHEELS that
they cannot slip or break loote /rom thuhoft. Its
strong wood trama cannot bo brukon, and doti
not ratt or toil the olothet. Every Universal
Wringer ls WARRANTED.
We loleet a fow testimonial! from parsons
widely known to the public, who rpesk from ac
tuc! experionco, and are above suspicion of mis
statement. .
" My family would ss soon give up tho cooking
stove as the CLOTHES WHINGER. It cannot be two
highly recommended.-[?olin Robinson.
"This is the first Wringer I have found that
would stand tho servico roquired of it."-[J. P.
Huggins, Lovejoy's Hotel.
" We think tho Machino wen JIOBE THAW-FATS
voa ITSELF EYERV TEAK IN TUB SAVING OP 6AR
WENTS. W? think it important tho wringer?bould
ho fitted wiib COGS."-[Orange Judd, Editor of
American Agrioullurut.
" I boartilj commend it to economists of time,
money aud contentment."-[The Rev. Dr. Bel
lows.
Prices ^ '
Large Wringer, "A."
Medium " " H "
Duty's Washer, Family Size,
*? " Hotel ?*
812,00
ro,oo
14,00
18,00
Merchants or good canvassers can make money
rapidly selling them in every town. Exclusive
sale guaranteed and liberal terms given to res.
ponsible parties who first apply. Descriptive Cir
cular and terms sont free.
The celebrated DOTY'S CLOTHES WASHER,
which has just taken the first premium at the
great Fair of the American Institute, is also Bold
by the undersigned.
R. C. BROWNING,
GENERAL A63NT,
No. 347, Broadway, Hew York.
Feb 21 10m 8
FREE SCHOOLS.
THE COMMISSIONERS of FREE 8CH0?L!
fur this. District are requested to meet a
Edgefield C. H., on tho- first Monday in-May a
ll o'clock A. iL A full and punctual attendanc
? desired. MULE CHOREAIS, Chair.
AjcS 3* ll
. i.?-U-J
.Jo *ihi->t
^ igt*] ; AUtW?i^ ,
Wfcoles.ile and Bilail Deaiter ia
' p?rpente rs' afl*DferAMthW(r8ffi -
ii oem f u^S^^fV*1*1 ^?
fb-nouoe Wr MA? ??dru t??j ? g
Mill Irons ?n? Mocks,''I', :
Bolting CIotn7 " f ; -
4e.', Ac, Ac;'-- * ; .
. All of which I am foiling ns cheap;- If no! cheap?
er, than any xher Hoasc-in.the-clty- - mtii tju\ i.
*Ji ?se
?rags, Bf?^?ippf?
???ou AUG?ST??:^:;W<^A.
.WFT^LD tm&S?&j 'Yi?vlte "?ii* ?tt?uj?oTroT\* '"
..*f -...MERCHANTS, PLACITOS ?aTOFf* ?*
SICIANB to th^ir^Sfock-Df.' te?m .J. s-?
.PUR? MEDICINES,:; ?vi.-.--? j.? ?rx? w>
. '.' CHE MICALSy-DRUGS?.- ;WMUV> ?*A
PAINTS, OILS, -RRUSHJESV- -
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS,
', ' ^OICE PERTUj^J, ^ " *Z*r
PLUMB V LEimil, "
212 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, fcA.
Mar 7 . \ ' Sm . 10
What I Wish to Sell.
CIDER.
25 Bbls. of Fort's celebrated Champagne CID HT.,
and a ir jah supply arriving weekly.
ALE.
35 Casks of B.iss & Cu's. PALE ALB, in piata
and quarts.
LIQUORS.
JO Bbls. of BOURBON WHISKEY;
IO Bbls. COGNAC BRANDY;
IO Rbis. MALAGA WINE;
25 Cases HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE ; '
25 Cases pure HOLLAND GIN, and everything
elso in the way of Liquors.
SOMETHING- GOOD
25 Ilhds. Choice NEW BACON, primo nrticle.
100 Bbls. Northern FLOUR, various brands.
10 Tierces fresh boat, new crop, RICE, prime.
50 Bbls. SUGAl!, all grades and varieties.
30 Bags, COFFEE, assorted qualities.
10 Chests Jennings A Co's. TEAS, in i lb.
paokagos.
PEPPER, GINGER, SPICES, CL0VE8,
CINNAMON, 4c, ?c.
75 Boxes SOAPS, all varieties.
50 Boxes Adamantine CANDLES.
25 Boxes Oswego STARCH.
Every kind and variety of PICKLES, PRE
SERVES, Canned FRUIT, FISH and
OYSTERS, and everything el .?fe usually
kept lu a First Cia?? Grocery Store.
Also,
100 Bbls. NEW MACKEREL. '
150 Kits No. 1 Family'MACKEREL.
IRISH POTATOES for planting and family
use.
200 Sacks CORN, arriving weekly at depot,
and new Goods in my lino generally, arri
ving daily, at low prices.
I Have Also,
The Ajjoncy for the rale of YARNS and OS
NAB?RGS, HOLLOW WARE and CASTINGS
fjf all kinds, all of which will bo sold at LOW
PRICES.
A. STEVENS.
Ausmta, Mar 5 tf 10
Tax Assessor's Notice.
?WILL bo at tho time and face? bcrrinafUr
montioned to maVo the Assessment on thc As
sessable property of the District, consisting of
Lands, Lots. Lands and Buildings :n Towns and
Villagos, Manufacturers, Spirituous Liquors, Cot
ton, Turpentine, ?tc.
Edzefiold C. H., Monday, 2d April. .
Pine House, Tuesday, 3d M
Cbernkeo Ponds, Wcdnaaday, -1th "
Hamburg, Thursday, 6th "
Bench Ld and, Friday, 6th"
Granitevillo, Saturday, 7th "
Vaucluse, Monday, 9th "
Hotelier's, Tuesdoy, 10th "
F. Pusey's, Wednesday 11th - ?
Lvbrand's, Thursday, ]2th "
Ridge, Friday, 13th "
Lott'.-, Saturday, 14th u
Warren k Lovelace'.', Same evening, 3 o'clk.
DuntonsvilJo, M ndsy, 10th Apr.
Red Hill, Tuesday, 17th ?
Edward Howie's, Wednesday 18th
Woodtown, Thursday, 10th "
A. Morgan's, Friday, 20th u
Wbitemnn's S. H. Same canning,o o'clk.
Coliier'?, .Snturday, 21st Apr.
J. A. Talbert's, Monday, 23d *
White House, Tuesday, 24th "
Liberty Hill, Wednesday 25th "
ShAttcrfield, Thursday Jflth "
Roundtree's Stote, . Friday, 27th "
Pleasant Lane, Saturday, 2?Sth "
Moetin* Street, Monday, 30th "
Mrs. Allen's, Tuesday, 1st May.
Dr. John Moble/s, Wednesday 2d "
Mrs. Norris', Thursday, 3d "
Gcorgo Addy's, ' Same evening, 3 o'clk.
Mrs. Gibson's, Friday, 4th May.
Mt. Willing, Saturday, 5th ?
Micklet't, Monday, 7th "
Huiefs Storo, Tuesday, 8th "
Perry's, Wednesday ?th "
Coleman's X Ronds, Thursday, 10th, "
Richardson's, Friday, 11th "
Mrs. Culbreath's/ Saturday, 12th "
Coopersville, Monday, 14th M
A. Kemp's; Tuesday, loth "
Dom's Mills, Wednesday 16th "
EdgeSJd C. H. Thursday, 17th ?
After which time my Assess ment book's will close.
Persons making returns will bear in miad that
returns most be made with reference to the first
Ootober lost.
Books opon at 10 o'clock, A. and olola at 4
o'clock, P. M.
BESJ. BOPER,
Tax Asitaior Edgefleld Dist,
Mar 31 tf 13
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICJ.
IK ORDINARY.
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esquira, Ordinary of
Edge field District:
Wheruas, ,M? M. Padget and B. T. Jooning?
havo a rallied to me for Letters of Administration,
ife bow's rio?, on all and singular the goods and
chattels, rights and credits of John T. Smith, a
free man of color, late of the District aforesaid,
deo'd.
These aro, therefore, to cite and admonish &11
?.nd singular,<the kindred andcredltors of the said
deceased, to bo and appoar bofore mo, at our next
Ordinary's Court for the said District, tobe holden
at EdgctleJai Court House, on the 19 th day of
April inst, to show enuso, if any, why the
said administration should not boigfrantod.
Given under my band and seal, this 3d day of
April in year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and sixty-six,' and in the 90th year of the .
Independence of tho United S ta ks of America.
W. E. DURISOE, O.E.D.
'April ' 2t _ 15
State of South karolina.,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
IN-ORDW?BT. ;
Nancy Adams and others, Applicants ] Petlt'nfor
vs ' I Par. and
Thomas J. Vaughn and wife Carolina [ Sale of
and others, Defendants. J' Land, Ac.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that EHxaheth
wifa-of John Mc Donna, and Caroline, wife of
Thomas J. Vaughn, Defendants tn th? above
stated case, reside beyond the limita of this State,
It is therefore Ordered that .they do. appear and
object to tho division cr sale of tho Real Eetatq
of Aboer Adams, deceased, pn or b?-fore,the 25th
day of June next, or their o?nient will be entered
of record. -W. F. DURISOE, o.?.D.
? Ordipury*? Ornee, Mar 30,1S66. 12tl4 .
D
Notice.
TL J. E. MUSE has taken his fantUy to T<tx
S3 O?A visit, btu will return in thrco or f<tux .
months unless Providentially preventrd. He re
turns hill grateful taahksto the peoplr bf Rd^?- .
fiel? ?or ibo lihfixoi EA?T?UIS^D ?Jt5H?ffd 10 hi?.
f*r lil ET ? ' ~ *

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