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.ej-i-o AT PHI VATE SALE. ?WTJL SELL to any person withing to pur; cbuo, tho prcrnber upon which I now reside;? eituat?l at Liberty Hill, Edgefield District, con? i taiaitg TWENTY-FIVE (25) ACHES of LAND, undo.'good, fence with a -? _ Lage and Commodious Tv?o Story Dwelling, KichcD, Smoko House, Servants' Rooms, Baj-n, Granary, and other n?ccs?ery Outbuildings. Also, the largo and well arranged COACH and B?ACK6MITH. SHOPS,. with, all : the Tool? ap perfaiaiog to each, necessary to the sianaiaotcre of Carriages, Buggies, Ac.. And with the same, Foll Setts of Harness Makers' and Coach Trim mers' TOOLS/ PAINTS, OILS and VARNISH ES. . Also, several CARRIAGES, NEW BUGGIES, Two H?rte WAGONS, and a lot of good COACH LUMRJSR. I will sell ad the above mentioned property at .'bargain, as-1 am"clesIrou3 of retiring from busi ness; * Any peraon wishing to examine the premises willfind'me at bom? nearly at all times, andi will taks pleasure in sl owing the same. 'Any com munication from a distance on the. subject ad* j dressed to me'will meet with prompt attention, and every information given. A. BUSHNELL, Sr. Aug 8 ' St - * 32 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, EDGEFIELD^-IN E Qb I TY. Mary A. Myers, ") David R. M vers, et al, by next I friend, . \ Partition. -va ... A E. Watson and others. J #N Pursuance of ai?Order qt the Court ia this M. cause,I will sell at Edgofield C. H., on MON DAY, thc 3d September noxt, thc Real Estate described in the pleadings, to wit: ONE TRACT. OF LAND, known as the Home stead, containing Seven Hundred and Fifty Acre?, more or lew, adjoining lands of Elijah Watson, B. T. Boatwright and others. ONE TRACT OF LAND, known as the Mill Tract -containing On? Thousand Aeres, moro or less, adjoining thc Homestead, lands of S. Watson and others. These lands arc immediately on the line of the Columbia A Hamburg Railroad, and as desirable as any lands on the Ridge. Sold on a credit of one) and two -years with in terest from 1st day of January next, at which tims- possession is to be given. Purchasers to give Bond with ut least two good sureties and Mort gage of the premises lo secure, the purchase mon ey. Costs of suit and expenses of sale to be paid ia cash, ia ?pecio. Titles extra, Z. W. CARWILE, e.r..cu. Aug.Cth, ISM I 4i 32" State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN EQUITY. F. M. Chatham' et ux, Y vs. James <*. Penn & E. Andrews, ? Adm'ors., et ?L j \ Par?t: ton. rr Pursuance of an Order of the Court, in this ease, I will sell on MONDAY, the 3d Septem ber next, at Edgefield C. H., the following Real Estate? of E.- PENN, dee'd., to wit : ONEsHOUSE AND. LOT- in the Villsgb of Edgefield, situate inuacdTately in tho business portion of the town. AUo, ONE TRACT OF LAND situate in tho corporate limits of tho Village of Edgefield, con taining Fifty Acres; more or leas, adjoining lands of Estate of E. Bland, Z. W. Carwile and others. Also, ope LOT OF LAND, containing Two Acres,.more pr les.*, adjoining lands of the Fe male College, Dr. R. T. Mfcns and others. Sold on a credit until the first day of January next, with interest from day of sale. Purchasers to give Bond with, adecatte sureties, and a Mort gage of thc premises to seoura the pure S ase mon ey. Costs to be paid iu cash. Titles extra. Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.K.B. Aug 6 4t 32 Sheriff's Sale. H. J. Webb, j vs -i f Writ ia Foreign AttaohmenL *W. D. Smith. J John H. McDevit, ) vs > " " " The Same. ) ni Virtue of an order from his Honor Judge S3 A. P. .* Lnnicu, iu the above stated cases, I will sell on .THURSDAY, tho 16th day ot Augost inst., at Vaucluse Factory, in Edgefield District, the following property belonging tu the defendant W. D. Smith, to wit: Oae Sorrel Mare, 8 new Collars, 2 soto new Cart Harness, 1 set new 2 Horse Harnees, 1 lot old Cart Harneas, 1 two horse wagon Body, 3? bales of Hay, 24* sacks Cut Food, 1 Straw Cutter, 1 Corry Comb and Brush, 19 bushels Coal, S Pig?, 1 pr. Counter Scales a ad Weights, 1 box Bar Soap, 21 bars Soap, 1 barrel Syrup, 1 Nest Meas ures, 9 Black Hats, 25 Straw Hats, 1 pr. Linen Panta. 3? doz. pr. Drawers, 1 Oven and Lid, 4 1-12 doz. H. Shirts, 1-2 Box Tobacco, 2 kegs Blasting Powder, 2 parts "kegs Blasting Powder, 400 feet Fas?, 1 lot Carpenter;) Tools, 19 pr. Shoes, (Bro gans,) lil Shovels, 5 Mattocks, 1 Tin Pan, 8 Water Rackets, I Water Dipper, 1 Spade, 1 fine lot Wheelbarrow?, 1 lot damaged Wheelbarrow?, 1 let empty Hogsheads and B.rrels, Derriok Frauen, ly Spiders and Lids, 2 Oven.?, 1 Frying Paa, 1-2 doz. Tool Boxes, 9 Tin Cup?, 1?2 doe. Plates, l-2do:t. Knives and Forks, 2 large Steel Drills and Spoons, 20 Shovels, 6 Pick.9, 3 new Cert Saddles. . WM. SPIRES, S.E.D. August 1ft., ISSS. Ste 32 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN ORDINARY. Elijah W. Horn and wife ] Martha E., Applicants. I Johnso - Lowr'y, Gnardir-n, ? ^or Partition. ad li* ot John B. Abney, Def- ant. .' J Lan Order from the Ordinary, I shall proceed .o seU at Edgefield Court House on the first Monday in September nest, for Partition, the REAL ESTATE of JAMES H. WHITE, deceased, consisting of a TRACT OF LAND lying and being- in the District and State aforesaid", on Clear Water Creek, waters of Editto River, containing Three Hundred (300) Acres, mo? or less, adjoin ing landa ofF. H. Posey, Mrs. P.'Clark and others. - TEJiJIS-Oa a credit-of twelve months; Pos session ? be given 1st January next. Tho Pur chaser to give Bond and Security and a Mortgage of the Premises to the Ordinary to secure the purehaso money.. Cost? to be paid in Cash, io Specie, and to nay for Ti tit - extra. WM. SPIRES, S.E.D. Aqg'st 6_4t 32. State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD. DILTRICT, IN ORDINARY. Mary Harri/, Applicant, "j A John F. Kenney, Guardian, ]? *Por Partition. ad liteiu of Sall ie Harris and others, Defendants. j BY an Order from tho Ordinary, I shall proceed i to sell at EdgeGeld Court House, on the first Monday in September next, for Partition, the REAL. ESTATE of THOMAS J. .HARRIS, deceased, situated in the District and State afore said, epMMilo? of a TRACT* or PARCEL OF LAND containing One Hundred and Sixty-Four (154) Aeres, owe or le.-*, adjoining lundi of Moses Harrie, John Groen, Lewis J. Mile* and others. TEEMS-Oa. a credit of twelve months. Pur chaser to give Bond and a Mortgage to the Ordi nary to secure the purchase" money. Coats to be paid in' Cash, in Specie, and to.pay for Titles extra/ ~ ? ? WM. SPIRES, S?E.?. Aog?se 6,1886. 4t 32. State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN OR DINAH Y. * . and others, ] I Vs. \ For Partition. Tbs. J. Vaughn as? wife1 I Ca&Hm^iSdothers, Denf'd'ta J 4?Ktt*4?ttter from the Ordinary, I shall fjftceed ?Pt**tfl*l sedgefield Court House, on the first Moftay.ia September nt:Kt, for Partition, the REA, E5TATK OF ABNER ADAMS, deceased, . aituaid in the District and State aforesaid, eon aWt?4?r.two SMALL TRACTS OF LAND, viz : ..Trat NO I, containing One Hundred and One (IM) ?res, mot? or less, adjoining lands of A. ? Job***' Adantsacd James Q. Adams. TKAtSOS, containing Twenty (2?)Aore#, rsioM orws, ad>jiining latdi.of A J. Hammond str? trac No 1,. . TEF.M- On a credit' of twelve, months. Par? chasers t<gi?c, Bond and Seeority, ?ed a Mort gage to \? Ordinary to secure the purchase .money. *st to bu paid in Cash, in Specie, and foliar Wea ertra. . ' , , " ' WtLB?iZB3fa?J>. ? _ , GARBLER- respectfully :mitfuaees th it he is well prepared to execute in the "best manner and . promptly all work in thc businoss, -and at greatly reduced'figures. Havingacquainted himself with:tim late ines timable improvements ia -the-profession, and.se c?ied a mU stock of materials, Ac, ho" warrants good and satisfactory work to all who-nay desire his services. , . v . ' Edgefield, S. C., ?ug. 1, tf3i JE Undersigned having bought of Messrs. T.'B. REESE * CO.,) atCold Sprii gs, gen erally known as "Red Hill," their remainlng j Stock of Goods, are now offering the sano at ' '"] Greatly Reduced Pri ?es ! The Stock consists of an assortment of Dry doods, Readj-Made Clothing? Hats. Boots Z??S?LQts, Su?ar, Coffee, Crockery and Glass wan >, Tinware, &c i, &c, The surrounding community willj>ronic te their interest by giving us a call before pur chasing elsewhere, as we are determined- te sell t ie.most of our Goods at AUGUSTA PRICES. Come one-come all, and satisfy yovirselvcs whether -wo wi Ii do what we .say or not. JEU*TERMS CASH. JOHN C. PORTER, W. L. HOLMES. July 2* ?t* 80 Gold Springs, S. C. THE Firm of TH?S. R. REESE & CO. (E. F. Yoe was the Co., was dissolved this da} by mutuaL consent,-and both parties gout ont of | business at Cold Springs, S. C. AU the basiness of tho Firm will besettlednp by the under ligned. TAOS. B. REEBA Joly 14, 1866. 3fr 80 A Handsome Residence, ?ffKTlfH EIGHT OR TEN ACRES LAND M attached, at Curry ton, 10 miles from An gus ta. A very desirable location for a physician or other. There are nine rooms in the Boase, well finished.-Good out buidings attached. : One wishing moreland can purchase it, a J there is a targe body of land around it for sale. For further information address <* - MRS. S. A. ROPER, Edgefield, S. C. Angls- 5t* 31 ? .' 11 ---~ NW WOOL CARI'S. 5 HAVE now in operation at- our Mills, ninu miles of West of Laurens C. H., ? w New ant! Complete Set of Wool Ca rds, With which we are CARDING WOOL; including the finest MERINO, with complete success. We hive engaged the services of Mr. D. Buckley, of Kew Jersey, who as a scientific Carder, bas no superior, he having had thirty years experience in the Northern States. When our patrons furnish Ol!, say one pint, or , one pfc and. of Lard, to each eight pounds of Wool- j wc will charge fur White Wool lui, Colored 11} Mixed 12},-Mixed with Cotton 13? Cts. per pound? We will receive from, and deliver back, t> the Greenville &> Columbia Railroad all Wool that may bo shipped us to Donald ville or Newberry C. H., without extra charge. And will re tut a the "RAls every ten days to Depot from'where shipped. Reference in Edgefield,-Capt. LEWIS Jonas. R. S. & J. W. GOODGION. Angl 3t? 31 Have four GINS Repaired ai Home! MR. J. M. MATTHEWS would inform the farmers of Edgefield and adjoining Districts, who WANT THEIR GINS REPAIRED, that they can hare it done at home by writing him ut Edgofield Ct H. Having long boen in. Griswold's employment, and having considerable experience in GIN RE PAIRING, he flatters himself that - he aan give entire satisfaction to all who may employ him. Those wishing to BUY GINS would also do well to correspond with bim before purchasing elsewhere. All letters recoiled, promptly responded to. Ang I St 31 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN ORDINARY. BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge -field District Whereas, Larkin G. Swearengin bas applied to me for Letters of Administration, on all and sin gular th's goods and chattels, rights and credits of Abner Swearengin, late of tho District nfo? ?aid dee'd. These sro, therefore, to cite and admonish al) and singular tba kindred and creditors of the sole deceased, to be andappear before me, at our next Ordinarys.Court for ihe said District, to be holden at Edgefield C. H., on the 20th day of Aug. inst.. to show cans?, if any. why the said administration should not be.granted. a Given under my band and seal, this 6thday ol Aug. in the year of oar Lord one thou fand eight hundred and sixty-ais;"and is tbs ?list year ol t)\e Independence cf thc United States of Amer ica. W. F. DURISOE, o.?.n. Aug 8 2t 32 the State of South Carolina, .EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN ORDINARY. BY W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary o? Edgefield District. Whereas, MaxmUtian Sallar, has applied to mei for Letters of Administration, on ?ll and sin gular' the goods and chattels, rights and oredits of Susan Sall&t, late of tho District aforesaid, dee'd. These are,.therefore, to cite and admonish nil and singular, tho kindred and creditors of the said deceased, to bo and appear before me, at onr next Ordinary 'a Court tor the said District, to be holdon at Edgefield C. H. on tho J 6th day of Aug. inst, to show cause, if any, why r?e raid administration should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal, t i is 2d day -ofAug. in the year of our Lord one thou sand eight hundred and sixty-six, and in the Hist year of American Independence. W. F. DURISOE, O. E. I?. Aug S St 32 State cf South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, _ IN ORDINARY. Jemima Bartes and others, ) Applicants, Petition for Pa rti Joseph and his wife J tion of Real Katu,?' Elisa, D?fendante. J F! appearing to my satisfaction that ---j Joseph and hil wifo Eliza, Defendants in the above-stated ease reside beyond tbe limits of Ibis Stat?, It is therefore Ordered, That they do appear and object to tbe division or salo oj* the Real Ei tate of Lewis W. Bartoe, deceased, on or before the- 27th day of October next, or their consent to the same will be enterod of record. W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D. Aug. 4,_ 3m_' 32. Make Your Own Soap! BABBIT'S PURE CONCENTRATED TOT ASH ond PURE CONCENTRATED LYE. For sale by '* TEAGUE A CARWILE. Ju'y 13 . ?, \f 29 ^3!r*W? have been authorized by tho many friends of Capt. L. YANCEY DEAN to an nounce him a Candidate for Clerk of the Conrt of Common Pleas for Edgefield DbrWbt at the nest election. Jone" 20_ te 27 NOTICE, COMPLAINTS having been made of the firing of small arms within tbe Streets .and Hig i , ways of .the Town of Edceflcld, notice is hereby I given that persons offending in this matter will be arrested nnd fined. By order of Town Council. ? H. W. ADDISON, Intendant. W. J. RBADT, Clerk. Aug 1_tf 31 Revenue Tax. OFFICE at Edgefield C. H. every Sale-day. Remainder of time at my bonse. B. WARD, CoL, By <?. WARD. Angl * ? 31 Sfcr ' u - - r LmHEiNEXT SESSION OF THIS SCHOOL ! "J. will cnmiuence on MONDAY; the,3d cf Sept. Tuition, per Sc?t?ov<>f^ve Months. In English Branches.~S20,00* In Ancient Languages and Adrar... ^Mathematics,............?.,,00 B.oard, including Light and Washing," .'60,00 These charges arerin Qold^. or ita equivalent; payable, one-half in advance, or tho whole amount at the middle of the Session. As Pupils who enter several weeks after the School begins; or who aro frequently absent,, al ways give-.the- Teacher -mach- extra, trouble, 'ab deductions will be made in euch casca. Parents are earnestly requested tb have their children present the first day, and to keep them constant. ly in attendance till the tatt day of tho Session. Monthly report! of attendance, deportment, and soho! irship wili be sent to parents, and evory . suitable effort'will be made to secure good con I dnct, and faithful study on the part of Pnpils. L. R. GWALTNEY. I July 18, 2m 29 I SEWING MACHINE GO., Principal Office, GK? Broadway, NEW YORK. V^REAT. IMPROVEMENT in Sewing Ma %Jf- chino. Empire Shuttle, Crank Motion Sewing Machine. It is rendered noiseless in ac- | tion. Its motion being all pc sitive, it io not lia ble to get out of order. It ii the best Family Machine! Notice is called ti ournew and Im proved Manufacturing Meehi se, for Tailors and Boot and Shoe Fitters. Agents wanted, to whom a liberal discount will he given. No consign ments ina do. _ EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE CO. Aug 8 IjHtr GROVESTEEN' & CO., 499 Broadway, New York? THESE PIANOS received be Highest Award of Merit at the World's "Fair, over tke best makers from London, Paris, Germany, tho cities of New York. Philadelphia,.B Utjpiore and Bos ton; also, the Gold Medal at the American Institute, fer FIVE SUCCESSIVE YEARS?! Our Pianos contain the Fron m Grand Action, Harp Pedal Overstrung Bess, Full Iron Frame, and sdi Modern Improvement!. Every Instru ment watren'ed FI VE YEAIS! Made under the supervision of Mr. J. H. GROVESTEEN, who bas a practical experience of orer thirty-five years, and :s the maker of optr eleven thousand Piano-Fortet. Our facilities ?br roanufaet?ring enable as to sell these in struan nts from $100 to $200 cheaper than any first clare piano forte Aug 8 1VH*P. . SJ GREAT fflfEO?ESE?T IN SEMG MACHINES, Salesroom., 536 Broadway, New York, 250 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON, 921 CHESNDT ST., PHILADELPHIA. Patented Feb. 14, 1860. rllS MACHINE is constructed on entirely new principles' of mechanism, possessing many raro and valuable improvements, having been examined by the most profound experts, and pronounced to be. Simplicity and Perfection Combined. It has a straight needle, perpendicular action, makes the LOCK or SHUTTLE STITCH, which will neither RIP nor RAVEL, and is alike on both sides; performs perfect ?ewing on every description of material, from Leathor to the finest Nahsook maslin, with cotton, linen or silk thread, from the coarsest to the finest number. Having neither CAM or COG WHEEL, and tho least pos sible friction, it tons as smooth as glass, and is Emphatically a Noiseless Machine. It requires FIFTY PER CENT, less power to drive it than any other machino in tho market. A frirl twelve years of age can work it steadily, without fatipuo or.injury to health. Its Strength and wonderful simplicity of con struction renders it almost imponible to get out of order, anet is GUARANTEED by the compa ny to give entire satisfaction. We respectfully invite all those who may desire to supply themselves with a superior article, to come and examine this UNRIVALLED MA CHINE, One half hour's instruction is 'ufheien: to ena hie any person to work this Machine to their en tire satisfaction. Agents wanted for all town) in the Unitod States, where agencies arc not ah cady established. Also, for Cuba, Moxico, Central ond South Amen es, to whom a liberal discount will be given. EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE MANU? FACTUKING CO., 536 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. Aug I H.*r.-7m 31 A-gents Wa.nt?d FOR THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS OF GENERAL STONEWALL JACKSON, By Prof. R. L. DAEXET, D. D., of Va. The Standard^ Biography of the Immortal Hero. The only ?dition authored hy his widow. The author a personal friend and Chief of Staff of the Christian Soldier. Wewmt an Agent in every County. Send for circulars and see our terms. Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO. 214 Seventh St, Richmond, Va. 'Joly 17 4t .20 i) ? TEA AND COFFEE BOILERS, GLUE POTS, OIL CANS, Ac, 4c. $?3* All the Cooking for a -ffey. ?3S~ family may be done with 1*x fBF Kerosene Oil, or Gas, 135; J3f~ with loss trouble, and at -fti JOT* less expense, than by any Tfey" other fuel. Each Article manufactured by this Company it guaranteed to perform all that it claimed for it. Send for a Circular. -?gk A LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE. KEROSENE XAMLP HEATER CO. 206 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK. July 18 3m 29 Notice to Mechanics and Fanners. THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE CHAR LESTON ORPHAN HOUSE, offer as AP I PRENTICB8 to residents nf Lhe city or country, NINE BOYS, trained in- tbat Institution, and , whose, ages vary from 14 to 17 years. They will be boonu to tradesmen or farmers until they at tain 21 years. Applications to bo addressed to the Commissioners of the Orphan House, Char leston, 8. C. July 17 St 29 S MY MILLS on Shaw's Creek, twelve miles from Edgefield CH., have been put in THOUROUGH REPAIR, and aro now prepared to make EXCELLENT FLOUR, and to turn out a SATISFACTORY YIELD. Parties sending Wheat to my Mills aro particu larly requested to see that it is perfectly dry,-as good Floor cannot be made unless this precaution is taken. JOHN SEIGLER. July 4 3teow 27 Notice. ALL person s indebted to the'Estate of ROBT. J. DELPH, deceased, are notified to pay the same before next return day; otherwise all claims will be placed in tho hands of an Attorney fur oolloo tien. Th 560 having claims against said Estate will please render them in nccordingto law. A. J. PELLET] BR, Adm'r. Hambarg, S. C., June 11th, 'CC. 8m 24. Estate Notice. ALL persons iiaving claims against the Estate of Dr. J. F. ADAMS, deo'd., ure notified to present tho same, duly attested, iritbout delay. Those indebted to said Estate are requested to pay up atan early date. All persons indebted to ns individually are also requested to settle the same nt once. . S." W. NICHOLSON, ) . ,, J. T. ADAMS, f Ad or8. May 23_tf ? 21 Itch! Itch! Itch! ITCH CURED' IN H?LF AN HOUR. Cal on TEAGUE A CARWILE. May 23_tf_2l_ Just Eeceived, rUK'S POPULAR BED BUG KILLER. TEAGUE ? CARWILE. Hey S3 tf ? I-*/ V I? JL i.A. Merche ila?t?rs and ?S DRY GOODS, f* . . s. - .i.-?, ^ .. . iA?? j, WILL FIND ITT > THEIR INTEREST TO CALL ?T 228 BROAD STREET, v AUGUSTA, GEORGIA, WHERE THEY'"WILL FIND One of tlie Largest ! * MOST COMPLETE kW ELEGAKT STOCKS OF DRY GOODS _ iii hu*: IN THE SOUTH. HAVING a buyer in the markets at all times, BUYING EXCLUSIVELY FROM IN POSTERS and MANUFACTURERS FOR CASH, we feel confident m aasoring the pubKc that we can offer them "if; SEASON. PUR' STOCK OJ? GOOD CONSISTS OF THE LATEST AND HOST RECHERCHE STYLES IN Rich Colored SILKS Beautiful Foulard SILKS Seary .Black Lyons SILK Heavy-Black Gros SILK Black SILKS, without Lustre Heavy Black Glace SILKS Broche Grenadine BAREGES Bl?ct Twisted Silk GRENADINE Broche Grenadine BAREGES, with Shawls to match Broche Pine Apple CLOTHS Plain Leno CLOTHS Striped and Plaid MOZAMBIQU?S Figured MOZAMBIQUES Plain Colors Crape MARETZ Black Lou BAREGES, colored figures Double Width White BAREGE j Double Width Black BAREGE . - Black ALPACAS and MobairLustres Black CANTON CLOTHS White ALPACA Lupin's best Black BOMBAZINES Black CHALLIES and Crape MARETZ Beautiful Colored CHALLIES French Organdie MUSLINS Frhich Organdie ROBES Printed JACONETS . ! / Printed LAWN Plain French LAWNS Plain and Figured LAWNS Plain French CAMI .ilCS Plain and Figured PERCALES Mourning MUSLINS and LAWNS, ?cc., ?o OUR STOCK OF COVERINGS CANNOT BE SURPASSED. WE HAVE Fine Pusher Lace CIRCULARS Lace POINTS and MANTILLAS White Lace ROTONDES Colored Lace SHAWLS Black Grenadine SHAWLS Fine Lama Wcol SHAWLS Mozambique SHAWLS Colored Barege SHAWLS Elegant Silk BASQUES'and SACQUES. IN HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS WE CAN SUPPL Sf THE LARGEST ORDERS, AT THE LOWEST FIGURES, HAVING BEEN BOUGHT WITH GREAT CARE AT THE LATE PANIC PRICES. WE HAYE 9 4,104,11-4 Cotton SHEETINGS 10 4 Brown Cotton SHEETINGS 10 4 Linen SHEETINGS 5-4 Pillow Case COTTONS 5-1 Pillow Case LINEN ICM, 12-1 Manchester TOILET QUILTS 10-1,12 Lancaster QUILTS 10-4,12-1 Marseilles QUILTS . 8 4, 10 -1 White Table DAMASK 7-4, 8-4 Brown Linen Table DAMASK 10-4,12 4 White Damask TABLE CLOTHS 5-1 Brown Linen TABLE CLOTHS Extra Fine Damask NAPKINS Damask D'OYLIES Huck and Crash TOWELS Fine Damask TOWELS Fine Damask Bordered TOWELS Fioe Colored Bordered Huck TOWELS Russia DIAPER Bird's Eye DIAPER . Cotton DIAPER Mosquito NETTINGS TICKINGS, ix., kc, &c. IN GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, WE HAVE White Linen DRILL Fine French BROAD CLOTHS Fine French CASSIMERES Fine French DOE SKINS Fine Fancy CASSIMERES Cuban TWEEDS Black Drop DE'TE Brown Linen DRILLS Brown Linen DUCKS White Linen DUCK Fancy Linen DRILLS Fine DUCK COATING Soft Finish GRASS LINENS j*Spanish LINENS and HOLLANDS GAMBBOONS and COTTON A DES Heavy Farmers DRILL. Plaid Swistr MUSLINS Striped Swiss MUSLINS Checked CAMBRICS Dotted Swiss MUSLINS Figured Swiss MUSLINS French MOUSSELAINE Nainsook MUSLINS MULL MUSLIN8 . 5-s Soft Finish CAMBRICS A VERY HEAVY STOCK OF WHITE GOODS-CHEAP, CONSISTING IN PART OF Victoria LAWNS Bishop LAWNS Jackonet MUSLINS Swiss MUSLINS Fine BRILLIANTS India Twill LONG CLOTH French PERCALE, for Skirting Irish LINENS, Richardson and other besi brands . ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL STOCK OF AMERICAN & ENGLISH PRINTS, New York Mills WAMASUTTA Semper Idem LONSDALE LONG CLOTHS Marlboro CHECKS and STRIPES Furniture PRINTS CHAMBRYS and GINGHAMS Apron CHECKS and Hickory STRIPES IN LACES AND EMBROIDERIES WE HAVE Swiss INSERTINGS Hem Stitch HANDKERCHIEFS Smyrna EDGINGS Lipeu EDGINGS. Fine Jaconet EDGINGS and IN8ERTINGS THREAD LACES Jaconet BANDS and FLOUNCING Swiss EDGINGS Sheer Linen HANDKERCHIEFS' A FINE STOCK OF English Hosiery, Parasols, Lace Mitts, Notions, <Sbc, COUNTRY MERCHANTS - WILL FIND IT TO THEIRINT?REST TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING GRAY, MULLAEK? & CO. MayS 1m 29 COEN MEAL, GEITS, AND STOCETEED! . ' C?RN. MEAL, jfrcuh ground daily, BStedar Unbolted, from selected White Corn, at One Dob Jar and Sixty Coots ? buBhcl. . YELLOW CORN MEAL, unbolted, at On* Dollar and Fifty-five.Conta a bushel. " ' Also, -that 'CELEBRATED STOCK FEED, good for Stock of all kinds, pronounced by judges the best ami cheapest feed now used, selling at tb> price of Thre* Cents perpound. For sale at 248,-Broad Street* Augusta, 3a., or >" GraniteiMilli," . . -?7' .. . GEO. T. JACKSON & U0. N. B.-We will Exchange the above Articles for Wheat, allowing the highest market price for all Prime, White or Red. Augusta, July 30, . . lm*21 ---liJ-9 A Great Preventive of Sickness ! DE9FZYIS' SA?SAPARILLA 1 THE PUMEST AND THE BES2 ; TjSEFUL in any disease in which a Medicine %J is necessary to act on the Liver, koot) the. Bowels free-and healthy or purify the blood. It produces an evacuation of the morbid bile in cases of billiousness, and improves the complex ion and general health. If it is taken at the first symptoms of disease but little medicine will be necessary in a family ' Prepared by J. DENNIS, M. D., Auguste, Qa. Augusta, Jrily 30 lm 31 AGRICULTURAL ANO SEED A ?EN CY. -sfV- 3rl- KETCHAlcCi Jackson St, near the Bell-Tower, AUGUSTA, GA., IS OUR GENERAL AGENT IN GEORGIA for the sale of . FIELD, FLOWER & GARDEN SEEDS, ALSO ' - *. AGRICULTURAL AND MRTJCULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Local Dealers who require FRESH AND GENUINE GARDEN SEEDS, which cac be full/' warranted, and will not disappoint the grower, can be supplied through him with Morris' Garden Seeds, in .papers, ready for sale hy the LOO or 1,000, as well as in bulk. Orders received through hbo for Improved labor-8avmg AGRICULTURAL AND HORTI CULTURAL "IMPLEMENTS, will receive our prompt attention, per steamers sailing regularly from this port. Morris' Garden Manuel and Price Lists,- Mor ris' Monthly Rural Advertiser, with Catalogue ot Implements, Live Stock, kc, will be supplied oe application at. A. H. KETCH AM'S Agricultural and Seed Warehouse in Augusta, opposite the Bell-Tower. PASCHAL 1UORRI9, So.cdsuiii.n and Agricultural Dealer, 1120 Market St., PhiladelpW. July U_Mn__3j) IMPORTANT TO PLANTEIS TS5? 5i?f2?^IOI?p JACTOBT ?5 l\"OV?' prepared to manufacture WOOL FOR PL ANTEILS (ns foimerly) INTO PLAIN OR TWILLED CLOTH, at Thirty Cents a y.-ird for thc Plain, und Thirty-Throe and Ooo-Tbird Cent* per jurd :"ur tho Twilled. Wool Canted ?nco Hulls ac Fiftcon Cents per pound. ALL PACKAGES.should have the OWNER'S NAME PLAINLY MARKED on tte same, t.nd all instructions, etc, sont to FLEMING k ROW LAND, Agents in Augusta. f??"Charges for manufacturing payable on de livery of Goods. A. JOHNSTON, President Richmond Factory. Augusta, Qa., July'18,_lm2') JAS. G. BAILIE & BRO:, DIRECT IMPORTERS OF AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CAflPETS, GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, SHOES, BAGGING, KOPF. Ac. Carpets of All Kinds, RUGS, DOOR-MATS, DRUGGETS, WINDOW SHADES, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, DAMASK AND LACE CURTAINS, CORNI CES AND BANDS. PIANOS. Groceries of All Kinds Usually kept in a first class Grocory Store. Dry Goods Of Almost Every Description. BLANKETS. BOOTS AND SHOES, GUNNY BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE, NAILS, |*BROOMS AND BUCKETS, WILLOW-WARE, TUBS AND PAILS, Liquors of All Kinds., AND NOTIONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT OUR OLD STAND " 205 Broad-Street, AUGUSTA, GA. Augusta, April 30_3m . 18 Corn, Bacon, Flous -- ? CORN, BACON, FLOUR, ANO ALI RINDS OF GRAIN, ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR SALE LOW BY C. A. WILLIAMS & CO., 229 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA. May 15_2m__>_ 20 PAVILION HOTEL, Corner Meeting and Hazel Sts., CHARLE BTON, S. C. RATR.I or Boaio TE? DAT.$3,00 Bi L. BUTTERFIELD, PROPRIETOR. Mar 27_tf_H_ STILLS ! STILLS ! THE SUBSCRIBER Would respectfully in .form tho public that bo has on hand, and make to order at ithort notice, Whiskey Stills/ . Of ill sizes, made in 'bo very best manner, an< ut ?bc LOWEST PRICES. * j. m BESCH, 41 Sute Street, CHARLESTON, S. C. July I,_ ' lm ? 27 DECEASED SOLDIERS OF SOUTH CAROLINA. COLUMBIA, S. C. WITH the partial resumption of mail faoili ties, I again, under appointment of th Legislature, request the names of all who died ii servioe, of disease, from accident or wounds, o who fell in battle. Give the name in full-Dis trie*-Rank-Company-Regiment and arm c service-Date and cause of death, and where h died and age. The Record cannot be completed without th assistance of all who take an interest in this rn? moriah Especially to our returned soldiers do now make this appeal. If it be but a sing! name you can furnish, send it to me at once WM. J. RIVERS; State Agent for Recording, kc. July 10_3t _28_ AJWONTH?-AGENTS wanted ft ..ar entirely nev artiest, Jn?t ou t- Ad til co, O. T. ?A?LY, City Building, Biddlcforc Me. HM O inri/ ? as?.? OnmOI ENDUBi Ki** ?triare*.'... aa?**f?(0?Q f ?M NOW prepared to wait upon you to tho beat of my ability, and famish yoa whatever you shall call for in the way of ; DEY GOODS; CBOCEB?K, AM0 SVNBBIEA. S. F> GOODE, 3sq., lately associated with mo in the Dry Goods and Mercantile business, har: ing withdrawn bit interest from aie -"concern. I now respectfully colic't fox myself ? th art. of tho patronage heretofore, bestowed upon tho Firn:. I am to be found, M heretofore for some months past, at the Corner-tho old and wcll-km .??:> stand of Bland & Butler. I have, and CC32??( ly keep on hmnd, everything in tho way of Dry Goods, Groceries, ?sc Usually found in a well-conducted Village St^r ; " all of wbioh I ofierfor CASH AT THE LCrWSSI MARKET BRICES. J. H. TOT. Edge field, Juno 18, tf 26 T, HE Subscriber hac just received a NICE STOCK OF Sew Calicoes and Muslins. << Also, Jaconet, Nainsook, Plain, Striped an'i Do'tted SWISS MUSLINS. - ' '* low Brade's Patent and Crown HOES, . with many other useful articles, which will bo * SOLD LOW FOB^OASH ONLY. B. C. BRYAN, Agent.' May 22 tf 21 ?. A. Simon, Agent. HAS NOW IN STORE, ahd-ia constant^ .. - ccivin,;, at bis new.stand on the Ular::n . Town.Road, near. Garrison Holloway's. E?q., FREBH SUPPLIES OF CHOICE GROCERIES,. READY-MADE CLOTHING, BCTOTS* AND SHOES, . Ind Every lind of Elegant and Fasbi?nable DRY GOODS. For Spring & Summer-; ALSO, A -LARGE ASSORTMENT OB- ?THE .'BEST XmTTO-S All of which will be sold at GREATLY RE DUCED PRICES; and to whieh be respectfully nvitea the ?ttoution of the public; May 8 tf 19 GROCERIES ! ~ CONSTANTLY on hand ar supply of SUGARS, COFFEE, TEA ; MEAL, HAMS, LARD; SALT, SODA, STARCH, SOAP* 6QDA CRACKERS, SARDINES : TOBACCO and SEGARS ; CANDY, RAISINS, FIG8,' PRUNE?; r . PAD LOCKS, BUCKETS, BROOMS ; BLACKING, MATCHES, TACKS POWDER, CAPS, ?c., Ac. S. H. MAITGET. June 12 -. tf - 24 r?1 RAA P?R YEAH I--Wewant Agent PXfj\J\J everywhere to soil. our. inm?vil ??U Sewing Machines. Three new kinds. Und ?md upper feed". ' Sent?n trial. Warranted, fh . years. Above salary or large commissions p; ?. The ONLY machines sold'in United State? for ?j ?j '.han $40, which are fully licensed hy Howe, Whel ler & Wilton, Grover & Baker, Singer & 'Co., < nd Bachclder.' All othor cheap machines aro in r'ringeirtuta and the teller or mer are liable lo ar rest, fine and impriionment. Illustrated circu lars sent free. Address, or call upon Shaw & Clark, at Biddleford, Maine, or Chicago, HI. JuneC . iswly 23 CARRIAGE AND WAGON SHOP ! THE Subscriber respectfully announces bi ?ho public that he has commenced thc CAK '.IIAGE and WAGON BUSINESS at bia r*si jurc about 2; miles North of Good Hope Church, fittabout ono mile from Trinity Church, in this fMtrict, where he will execute in the DEBT POSSIBLE MANNER, all work in the line, and on short notice. REPAIRING--either Wood Work or D... k smithing-done well and promptly. jjTrd'I will keep on band, And make to order, COFFINS of all kinds, and at very low rat#s. I keep none hut the BEST MATERIAL, and will warrant my work to givo jsati?faction. I am also prepared to havo BOOTS and SHOES made to order in good style,? and by op experi enced workman. ?$r G ive me a trial, and encourage homo en terprise. JAS. S. HUGHES. . June 12 Sm 21 NOTICIE. ALL PcrsoDS indebted j the Estato of A J. RAMBO, dec'., late I 'Edgofiold District, ?ire requested to make immediate payment, iithrT wiso all claims will be placed in tho hands of an Attorney for collection. AU persons having claims against the Estate will present them with in the limits prescribed by law. . M. S. RAMBO, EX'?.T. July 4 . . 10t 27 Notice. HEREBY rppoint my son, CLINTON WARD, _ my Attorcey during my absence from ftio Stato-cr District, with.full powers to transact bu siness in my name- R. WAED. June 27,1866. 6t? 27 I NOTICE. ALL those indebted to either of tho Under signed by Noto or Account are hereby noti hud to mako immediate payment, or other catie? 'actory arrangements in reference thereto. Wc must keop our demands in date. Any iirM'i pi ments which our debtors may make wira Di W. II. Tim merman, our- authorized Agem, ?iii be ratilied by w. ., ? ELBERT POSEY. .FRANCIS POSEY, tit. July 4 7t* 37 Last Notice. ALL persons indebted to the Estate a JOJIN L DOBEY, deo'd., are notified u, \ y ?lie m?ale at an early date. Those haviv; rlsttjs against said Estace are required to rem1'- ?h> m m by the 15th October next, or said clim > ?ill ho barred, as on that day* a final settlement will h? made in tho Ordinary's office on the said Estate W. E. DODY, Ad'or. July 4 3m 27 - N Final Settlement. OTICE is hereby given thataFinnl Scttlctt-'iit . , will be made on the Estate of THOMAS R. WILLIAMS, dee'd.. in tho Ordinary's Office, on the first of November next. Those-havingcbuma against said Estate are notified to presen t?hes:i.nia on or beforo that dato, "or their elaina will bo barred paymont Persons indebted to sst-r Es tate must pay up forthwith if they desire n> s./re Cost . WM. M. WILLIAMS, ? d'or . Augi 31 A Estate Notice. LL Persons indebted to tb? Estate of J P. M. BATES, deceased, areTeqnested to pay he same as early as possible. Those having claims ajrninat the ?id Estate are notified to runder th ta in to the undersigned, properly attested. . LUCY ?> BATES, Ad'Ix. July 30 "t. . 31 NOTICE. ALL Persons in Edg?field District indebted by .Nota or Account to thc late Firms of HORA, WE CO., JOHN K. HORA ? CO., Or to me individoaily, will call atnie Offiu <>f J. L. Anniflow, Esq., and settle by tho first or Sep tember next After tbftt timo they ?will baw to W?08tfc JOHN K. HORA. Augusta, Ge., July 18, 2t Notice. SSW gtWgtwpMy?-?? n.t.?. "SS"? ' . ??. ;. "