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No. 207 1-2 Broad Street,
NEXT BELOW CEO. R.'CRUMP 4 Co.,
FIRE, MARIME, RIVER, RAILROAD AND
TAKES RISKS in thc following Well Known
and Substantial Companies, Which repre
sent in thc aggregate
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, New York.
SECURITY INSURANCE CO., New York.
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO., Keir York.
ATLANTIC INSURANCE CO., Brooklyn, N. Y.
SPRINGFIELD INS. CO., Springfield, Ma?.
KNICKERBOCKER LIFE INS. CO.,New York.
N. Y. ACCIDENTAL INS. CO., New Yolk.
Southern Coropanies :
INSURANCE CO. OF THE VALLEY of VA.
WOODVILLE INSURANCE COMPANY,
E UFA ULA HOME. Alabama.
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY INS.' CO., Miss.
Insurance Taken on AU Kinds of I
The above Companies arc of thc best Standard
and tried. No obstructions in settlements for
loss. Every facility given in adjustment of
claims. Abundant means is provided by these
Companies to meet all losses,-and NO REPU
DIATION is the motto.
JO'S? E. MARSHALL, Agent.
Augusta, Nov 27 1m 13
GEO. J. T?NEY,
V. RICHARDS & BROS.,
301 BROAD STREET,
"ESPECTFULLY invites his Edgcfield friends
and acquaintances to give him a call at the
PALACE DRY GOODS HOUSE of V. RICH
ARDS ?fc BROS., Augusta, Ga., on thc Corner
next to tho Planters Hotel, where bc will .take
great picasuro in showing thc LARGEST
CHEAPEST, AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
in thc City.
Augusta, Nov. 19, '?t 47
Just Arrived !
LARGE Stock cf OVERCOATS,
ranging in price from $12 to $10.
Now on Hand,
A First Rate Stock of all kinds of|
MENS aud BOYS CLOTHING.
All Goods at Very Lowest Prices.
J. A. VAN W L\KLL\
Augusta, Nov ll 2m 40
J. M'. YOUNGBLOOD,
R, C. & H, H. EASTERLING.
General Commission Merchants,
Ko. 130 BROAD STREET,
.ESPECTFVLT.Y beg leavo to inform their
friends of Edgcfield and the adj lining Districts,
and tho public generally, that they have on hand
and aro constantly receiving, A WELL SE
LECTED STOCK OF
Groceries of Every Description,
Which they offer at the the LOWEST -MARKET
They ~ill also give strict attention to thc Sale
of all COUNTRY PRODUCE Consigned to them
And will fill all orders, in their line, with dis
patch, at thc lowest market prices.
Augusta, Oct 22 tf 43
More New Goods.
JUST received and for sale nt very l"w figures
A Fresh lot of Beautiful PRINTS ;
First Quality CASSIMERES, for Gents and
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes:
In store a superior assortment of
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
MOLASSES, SYRUP, CHEESE,
MACCARONI, MUSTARD, SPICES,
.10 Bushed Prime APPLES, and for sale cheap ;
BACON, HAMS, LARD,
FLOUR," MEAL, GRITS. 4c, Ac,
tJsT Terms as cheap na the cheapest
CUEATHAM A BRO.
Nov. 21, tf 47
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING !
JSL HE rulscribcr has recently opened in this
Visage a good stock of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, consisting of Siugle Garments
and CI"th and Cas/imere Sui.'s.
A1 so a 1 o t of CL OT H 5 and CA S SIM ? R ES w h ich
he will make up t<> order.
Ile is pr :pured I? furnish bi? friends and old
customers with CLOTHING as low a3 thc Au
gusta market for Cash.
JOHN COL G AN, Agent.
Nov. C, tf 46
LAGER BEER SALOON,
HAMBURG, S. C.,
GEO. DAMM, Agent.
Nov. 20, 2t 47.
State of South Carolina,
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of
Whereas, Ellin Powell has applied to mc for
Letters of Administration, with the will annexed,
on all and singular thc goods and chattel?, rights
and credits of Charles Powell,Ute of thc District
These are, therefore, to cite nnd admonish all
and singular, the kindred a nd crud i tor s of thc said
decoascd, to ba and appear beforo me, at our next
Ordinary's Court for thc said District, tobe holden
at E leefield Court Hou3e, on thc 10th day of
D;c nex% to show cau3o, if any, why the
sai I a lminiitration should not bc granted.
Oivcn under my band and seal, this 2Gthday of
Nov. in thc year of our Lord, one thousand eight
hun Ired and sixty-six, and in the 91st year of the
In Impendence of the United States of America.
W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
Nov 2f, 2t ' 43
State of South Carolina,
EDGl 7IELD DILTRICT,
' V ORDINARY.
I) Y Vf. P. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
ll field District
Wheroaa, J. Walter II?1 has applied to ne
for Letter/ of Administration cn all and sin
gular tho goods and chattels, rights and credits
of Thoa. T. Hill, late of thc District aforesaid,
These ure, therefore, to cito nnd admonish nil
and singular the kiudred and creditors of thc said
deceased, to bo and.ippc.ir beforo mc, nt our next
Ordinary* Court for tho said District, to beholden
at Eigefiold C. H., on tho Kith day of Dec. next,
to sh'> w c lusa, if any, why tho said administration
should not be granted.
Given under my band and gealfthis26th day of
Nov. in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-six, .-?nd in the 91st year of
th? independence- of tho United States of Amer
W.F. DURISOE, o.E.n.
Nov. 27 2t . 43
ALL Person? aro hereby notified not to trade
for a certain Note iriven by .tho Subicribcr
to W. A. Harleson, for $27, dated ICth Nov. l.st.C,
due on? day after date, andi credited ?fith Nov.
1866, with $5. Tho consideration for which tho
said Note was giTen having failed, the payment
?Bl be resisted. MARTIN McCARTY.
liidgt:, Ziov 21, JSCG. 2t 48 .
El s t a b l i s li e cl I
>a ia ia a g ^te? -ia S p
3STO. S64 BPtO-A-ID ST., A.TJGI-TJST-A?3 0-A~
Importer and Dealer in
PURE AND UNADULTERATED
MUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
Acids, Chemicals, Dye-Stuffs, Sponges, Corks,
-A N D
_ NE OF THE LARGEST ASSORTMENTS IN ; THE SOUTH. Merchants,
Physicians and Planters will consult their interest by examining our Stock before
purchasing. Our prices are as low as any House South ot* Baltimore, as we Import
many articles, and buy direct from Manufacturers;
1,000 Ounces QUININE,
.>00 ? MORPHINE,
51 Bbs CAMPHOR,
3,000 Pounds. BLUE STONE,
,000 ? COPPERAS,
25 Kees SALTPETRE,
50 Cases CONCENTRATED LYE,
50 " POTASH,
10,000 pounds WHITE LEAD,
5,000 ? Snow WHITE ZINC,
100 i: NUTMEGS,
500 Boxes WINDOW GLASS,
100 a INKS;
100 " TOILET SOAPS,
100 ? PEARL STARCH,
100 Kegs SODA,
100 Boxes SODA,
60 Ca?es PLANTATION BITTERS,
50 Gross BLACKING,
100 Mats CINNAMON,
100 Pounds CALOMEL,
10 Bbls. VARNISH,
100 boxes Ext. LOGWOOD. ll
COMBS AND FANCY GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY
Nov. 21 - 3m 47
S AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
135 Broad Street, Near Lower Market,
T[ HE Subscribers aro. offering-to their numerous friends and customer? one of the
LARGEST and BEST STO?K OF GROCERIES tu bc found in the City, afiheir
accustomed low Prices.
Planters and Country Merchants will lind it to (heir interest by calling Upon
when visiting the City to make their usual purchases.
We have in Store and offering at LOW PRICES
A. li. and C. SUGARS, Loaf, Pulverised and Crushed SUGARS;
Rio, Java and Loguira COFFEE. BACON, MOLASSES;
BAGGING; ROPE, Patent Iron TIES for COTTON ;
Double Extra, Extra and Superfine FLOOR :
MACKEREL,SALMON, WHITE FISH.HERRING and COD FISH
English Dairy, State and Factory CU EES?, Goshen BUT!"Ell ?
Imperial, Crown HOLLAND GIN. JAMAICA RUM ;
O'.nrd. Dupoy, Pelvosin and Cognac BRANDY ;
Pale, and Dark Sherry and Maderia WINES, Malaga WINE;
RAISINS, CURRANTS, CITRON. ALMONDS, fcEMONS CRINGES
Northern APPLES, Irish POTATOES, Silver Skin ONiONS .
Weil BUCKETS, TUBS, PAILS, Horse BRUSHES, LEATHER :.
Various other articles too numerous to mention. ?
utigusn JUfairy, orate ano ractory i/ntarioji, mosnen is un. Jilt;
Bee Hive SYRUP, Golden SYRUP. Brooklyn and Sugar House SYRUP.
PICKLES. PRESERVES, CAN FRI 11S. JELLIES, OYSTERS.
X. XX, XXX, XXXX WHISKEY'S, Kanawba Valley WHISKEY ;
LEVY <fe JACOBS.
FOB S?LE, OH TO HEIT.
j -"?vc'-^ Thc Subscriber offer* for sith
<J'iv.%!?d?- W?nOUSB AND LOT, situated
?&L*?SS?RUS !1 little over .1 wile from thc cen
ire of Edgofield Village, on a
coiamandiug ami elevated site..
Tlio House is a lar-c und ccuiuioJious Gothic
Cottage, new ned wei} finished, with nine large
rooms, beside? ?'antric*. Closet.", ?tc. All neces
sary outbuildings, new and in good order. A
welt of excellant wator in thc yard? and a good
spring and spring house for milk an-l butter, in it
very shi rt distance. A good : (rcain of water
running through the horse lot.
Thu Lot contains ?0 acres, more,or less, of
which about la aro cleared-the res', in woods.
There is au Orchard of choice Peaches, Plumbs,
Pears and Apples. Also, a Vineyard of select
Grapes, embracing thc Catawba, Warren, Pauline,
Le Noire, and Isabella varieties. Also, a Fish
Poad well stocked with Bream, Perch, Turtles,
'ibis is a thence for a comfortable residence
rarely >.tiered for sale. If it is not S'-.M by the
lir.-t of January next, it will be rented for thc en
suing ye ir on reasonable terms.
J. H. MT MS.
During my absence D. It. Durisoo or J. 1!. Sul
livan will show thc placo to any ono applying.
Nov. 20, tf 47
THE Subscriber offers ^
for stile his BE A UTI- 3??
FUL and VALUABLE <|l
FARM, containing ?Sall
().\E MINORED AND FORTY ACRES LAND,
Ono hundred acres cleared, nnd forty underwood.
On thc Farm is a most comfortab?o Dwelling
House, with six rooms, and all necessary outbuild
ings. Also, a fine Orchard, and delightful wate-.
With it will be sold four fine Milch Cows and
Calves, one good One Horse Wagon-and Hames 1,
and one Horse, cfc. . "
For terms apply to
S. PRIOLEAU CHISOLM.
Edgofield, No_v. 20,_4t_ 17.
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
OM MONDAY, 3rd day of DECEMBER NEXT,
will bo sold on tho premises, my PLANTA
Containing 820 Acres,
Situated in Abbeville Dirtrict, S. C., within 1
miles of New Market Depot,.7 miles below (?reen- j
wood, nnd 7 miles abovo 110 Depot, G. ?t C. R. R.
Then; is about 400 ccfea cleared-the balance ,
Tho Improvements on tho place tire not sur
passed by nny in thc Up-Country, consisting of a
Fire l'r-of lirick Building (Gothic. Style,) 9
Room.-1, ali nicely finished. Barn, Stable?, Gin
House, and Servants quarters, all in good repair.
Any further information can be obtained by
addressing or calling on the subscriber.
Nnw MARK KT, Abbeville District S. C.
Nov. 14 St- 40
ti00?> AND HELL BURNT BRICKS,
17t"R Sale, and now ready for deliver;-, low for
' Cash, by W. W. ADAMS.
N. B.-Mea', Corn, Bacon, Flour, Wheat, Oat?,
Fodder, Shuck?;er anything else I need, taken in
ex bange for Bricks. W. W. A.
Nov. lit,_2m 40
Executor's Notice. '
A LL persons indebted to tho cstato of TEMPLE
XJL MARTIN, deceased, are requested tomato
payment to tho Undersigned at an early day, nnd
all persons having claimcs against said cstato are
requested to present them duly attested to thc un
dcrsi"ucd at tho late rcsidenco of the deceased.
JABEZ MARTIN, Ex'tor.
Oct. 3Q? St* 41
C'Qfi A MONTI!I-AGENTS wanted for
t?p*?j\J*ix entirely m io article*, just out. AJ
urees O. T. GABBY City Building, Biddlcford
June 0 ifiwly 2j
No. ?53, "fleeting- Street,
8??RflB."CJ GOODRICH, )
PHILLIP WIIs'EMAN, i South Carolina.
JOHN AS il Hf RS ?, J
DIRECT I3IPOUTEKS OF
Charleston, S. C.,
Nov. 20, Om .17
GROVESTEEN ?fc CO.,
PUSO FORTE H?lAt??Ili?i,
499 Jlrondway, New York.
THESE PlAl?OS received, the Highest Award
of Merit at tho World'* F>t!r, over thc liest
'makers from London, Paris, Germany, thc cities
?f New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Eos
ton ; also, the Void ii! c dal at thc American
HetttMt) for FIVE SUCCESSIVE TEARS ! !
Our Pianos contain tho French Grand Action,
Harp Pedal, Overstrung Eas?, Full Iron Frainjc,
and all Modern Improvements. Every Instru
ment warrcHtod Fl VE YEAHS! Made under
:hr supervision of Mr. J. ii. GROVESTEEN,
who has a practical experience of over thirty-Cvo
yours, and is the maker of m er eleven thoneund
1'iano-FortcH. Our facilities for manufucturing
enable.ai to sell these instruments from $100 tu
??00 cheaper than any first cluss piano forte.
Aug S_ly nip 32
SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Principal Oilicc, GIG Broadway,
GREAT IMPROVEMENT in Sewing Ma
chine/ Empiro Shuttle, Crank Motion
Sewing Mnchinc. It ia rendered noiseless in ac
tion. Its motion being ?ll positive, it is not Ha
llie lo get ont of'order. It is tho best Family
Machine ! Nolico is called to our new and. Im
pr*vod'Mannfactnring Machine, for Tailors and
j; ml and Shoe Fitters. Agent? wanted, to whom
i*i Huerai discount will bc given. No consign
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE CO.
Aus S 1 vu*!*
ALL persons indebted to tho Estato of W. N.
MOQRE, deceased, atc earnestly rc(|ucstcd
lo pay the s-rac at an carly dntc; and those
having claims a ga but said Estato uro noti
fied to present them forthwith.
J. P. MOORE, I . 1m.
T. L. MOORE) JAdm*?
KOT. 20, 47
Elizabeth Qualtlcbauin, ' ] ,
VB. ttl?t In Equity.
Simeon Coburn, Ex'or., 61 a^r- J
BY Virtue of aii'?rdcr tf-'thd Court of Equity
in the aboya Stated cause, I will foll at the
late residence of JOnN QUATTLEBAUM, dee'd,
on MOS DAY. thc 17th December next, TWO
(2) TRACTS Ol' LAND,viz:
TRACT NO. I, Containing Three Hundred .md
Eighty-seven and rt half ('187*) Acres, more or
less, adjoining lands of Geo. Ouzts, CnpLJas.
Dorn, Dr. Jno. Laudrum and others.
" TRACI NO. 2, Containing Ono Hundred and
Seventy-five (175) Acres, moro or less, ndjoining
lands of Geo. Ouzts, Jas. Still, Jas. A. McManus
Terms of salo on a credit of twelve months with
Interest from date, in Specie, except as to so much
as will pay the costs of this suit which must bo
paid in Cash. Purchasers to give noto with two
good sureties and a Mortgage of thc premise? to
secure the purchase monoy.
SIMEON COG BURN, Ex'or.
I will also, hy an order from thc Ordinary, soil
at thc same time and place, all tffe balance of thc
PERSONAL ESTATE of JOHN QUATTLE
?J3AUM, dee'd, consisting of
FOUR HEAD HORSES AND MULES,
CORN, FODDER, SHUCKS, OATS, WHEAT,
PEAS. COTTON SEED,
ONE WAGON, ONE CARRIAGE,
BLACKSMITHS AND PLANTATION TOOLS
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ' '
COOKING UTENSILS, ftc.*, ?te., Ac.
Terms, Cash in Gold, or equivalent in Currency.
SIMEON COGBURN, Ex'or.
Nov. 20, 3t 47
Vi* virtue of authority from thc Ordinnry of
"5 Edgcfield District, we will sell thc rc minder
of the PERSONAL ESTATE of W, N. MOORE,
dee'd., on Tuesday, thc -Uh of December next, at
tho late residenco of said deceased, consisting of
MULES, HORSES, HOGS, CATTLE, :
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE
%r-D- Tnr.MS or SALK-Cash in Specie, or its
equivalent, before delivery.
.T.P. MOORE, 1 .,Wn"
?T. L. MOORE. j ^
N. B.-At thc same limo and place the Planta
tion will bc rcnt?d for tho ensuing' year to thc
_ Nov. 20, j 2 . 2to ? . .47
IN Pursuance of an Order from W. F. Durisoc,
Esq.. Ordinary. I will proceed to sell at the
late resideneo of T? GEO. M. ETHEREDJE -
dee'd., on TUESDAY, thc 4th Duueinber next,
ill tho PERSONAL ESTATE of said deceased,
consisting of ,
HORSES AND MULES,
CATTLE, SHEEP, HOGS,
CORN. FODDER. WHEAT, OATS,
COTTON SEED, ONE WAGON,
ONE SET DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
A GOOD LOT OF MEDICINES,
MEDICAL BOOKS, ?tc, Ac.
^??-Terms Cash in Gold.
ELIZABETH H. E?IIEREDGE,Ad'ix.
Nov ID 2t 47
fWill sell at the late residence of THOMAS M.
GRAFTON, deceased, on FRIDAY, thc 23rd
of NOVEMBER, all the PERSONAL ESTATE
of tho said deceased, consisting of
HORSES, MULES, HOGS, CATTLE,
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
?tc., ?fccv Ac.
.v*f- Tenus made known on tiny of Sale.
M. C. TAGGART, AdwY.
Nov. 7, 3 to '10
?N Pursuance of an Order from W. F. Durisoe,
Ordinary <-f Edgcfield Dbtrict, I will sell at
tho late residence of Dr. .1. G. WILLIAMS,
dee'd., on TUESDAY, thellth December next,
i.dl thc PERSONAL ESTATE of said deceased,
HORSES, MULES, CATTLE, SHEEP,
FAT AND STOCK HOGS,
CORN AND FODDER;
OATS, PEAS, SHUCKS.
ONE CARRIAGE, TWO WA (?ONS,
OX!-: FINK GOLD WATCH,
ONE LOT M KO I CAL BOOKS,
ONE CASK DISSECTING INSTRUMENTS,
' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
KITCHEN' UTENSILS, .te., .te.
Terms Cash in Specie, or i's equivalent in
N. D. TIMMERMAN, Ad'or.
Nov 13 - 3t 47
[A* Pursuance of an Assignment to mc from
1 G. WASHINGTON STROM, T will sell f.rr
Cash at the residence of said Strom, in Edgeflcld
District, ..n THURSDAY, thc Dth Deceuibei
next, the following property:
SIX HEAD HOUSES AND MULES;
CATTLE. HOGS, S II EE 1";
CORN. FODDER, OATS :
SHUCKS; HAY. I KAVIXES;
ONE WAGON AND GEAR;
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ;
And alon'. COt'ii li ? COTTON IN SEED.
A 'TRACT OF LAND containing Fire Rundrctj
ard Twenty Two Acrcf, more or lors, (including
'lu: I''.'(? ling House, Gin House and out build
ing.-,) ot tbc sui I Strom, up? n thc same terms
J. IL STROM, Assiguec.
X iv I', I c.'i('>. 3t 47
P-->!-.'' p C*io"?0
IWM) f.]] at my rciidcuco.on Turkey Creek. 1.':
?iiks Wost ,.!: Edgi&uld C. H., on TUESDAY,
thc Ith Dec, my en'iro erop, consisting of
ABOUT 500 BUSHELS CORN,
FODDER. SHUCKS, PEAS, .
HORSES, CATTLE, STOCK AND FAT HOGS
WAH ON, CARRIAGE, "
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE
?tc, ?tc, ?tc.
g?P Terms Cash.
T. C. MORGAN.
N. B.-Also, will l^c sold at tho residence of
Mr.--. Nancy Brimson', on WEDNESDAY, the ith,
ail her Household and Kitchen Furniture, ?tc.
Nov. 2b; .2t 47
State of South Carolina.
:hc, Ex'r., j mu fo &n
and- wi'fo f ?Var"1'"'} Ac
James W. Eoosh
R. G. Smith I counts, tte.
A nelia, J. Carter, et. al. J
PURSUANT to order of Court. Twill sell at
publie outcry, at Abbcvillo CH, on Salo
Day in December next, (3rd) tho REAL ESTATE |
of WILLIAM CARTER, dee'd, situated nnd be
ing in Edgcfield District, in said State, ubout
three miles from 0(5 Depot, G.'A- C. R. R., on wa
ters of Ninety-Six Creek, containing
522'ACRES, MORE'OR LESS,
and boundod by l inds of G. Rs Talbert, W. R.
Hilton, George Addison, nnd others.
TERMS,-A crcditof twclvo months, interest
from day of sale-Purchaser" to givo Bond with
Oro good sureties nnd mortgago, pay costs in'cnsh,
und pay for papers.
WM. H. PARKER, C.E.A.D.
Nov. 7, . . 2t J .J7
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE !
?N Pursnnnco of an Order from W. F. Durisoe,
EM| , Ordinary of Edgcfield District, I will
sdi at tho late residence of JOHN H. MOSS,
dee'd.. on FRIDAY, thc 7th December next, all
tho PERSONAL ESTATE of said deceased,
consisting .ir. part of
CORN. FODDER. WHEAT, SHUCKS,
BLACKSMITH nnd CARPENTERS' TOOLS,
One Set of Surveyor's Instruments,!
.tc, ?tc, Ac
j^J-Terni3 Cash in Specie, or its equivalent.
MARY A. MOSS, Adm'x.
Novit? 3t* 47
~F0R RENTIER SALE -
AFARM of 335 Acres jnst outside the Corpo
rate limits or Edgcfield Villugo. On thc
premises Ibero is a comfortable dwelling and
necessary outbuildings including a goodginhouso
and screw. Apply to
W. W. ADAMS.
Oct. 30, Ct 44
2 2 2
2 2 2 2
2 2 2 2
2 2 2 2 2 2
2 2 2 2 2 2
4 1 41 1 2 2 2
4 4 4 4 4 2 2 2 2
.1 4 4 4 2 2 2 2
4 4 4 4
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
r 4 4
2 2 2 222
2 2 2 2 2 2
French, English ? German
OF FE EIN Gc!
IKT <o xr e m ber
?T ELEGANT GOODS
OX THE CATALOGUE
SELECTED FOR THE AUGUSTA TRAUE
Without comment we annex the NAMES and DESCRIPTIONS,
as taken from the Catalogue of the Manufacturers, of the
Just received from the large special sales of FRENCH, ENGLISH
and GERMAN DRESS GOODS, which' took place in New York
last week. . . ?
This beautiful offering will likely be the largest and most desi
rable which we will have thc pleasure of presenting this season.
Our customers, and the public generally, are cordially invited tb a
1W Ladies preparing for BRIDAL PARTIES, or making selec
lions for EVENING DRESSES, will find
l?? al !; :^h Poplins.
Peu ! atrl. Pear! Groy Poplins, a most
el ..gan I goods Ibr bridal dressfcK
Par i-i CM m ii Embroidered Robes,
Empress Cloths, ? lull ?inc o?* all the
French Winscys, vcr)- rich and heavy,
Lustrine Fa?onne Broche Figures on plain,
ground, a beautiful article.
Grey brodie Fig*d Stripes, running up
and down more costly,
do different assorted.
Heavy Heps ground, much higher cost.
Lustrine a Soie Haye, rich silk stripes, on
heavy reps ground,
do much liner silk fig'd stripes.
Sup licps Fjlct Deuil
Cretona and Popeline Pekin "
Popeline Carreaux Soie
Cretona Fee Largcner
Popeline Laine Pekin Fee Largcner
Double Width German Drittcch, all in
Turkish red, warranted fast color.
Sup Silk Warp ?lk Alpaca.
Ex Super Blk Alpaca. .
do Silk Warp, finer.
G-4 Ex Sup Col'd Lustres,
do much better ?
(?.4 sup fancy colored Circassian
Double-width Velour, a splendid and most .
desirable article in Scotch Plaid, war
ranted all wcol.
do high colored Scotch Plaids. -
Valour a Soie Raye, much better quality
Scotch silk stripes up aud down, a.
Extra double width Velour a Soie, much
botter and finer quality Scotch Silk
Plaid, all wool and silk, very costly.
Splendid assorted Scotch Plaid, in great
Our best quality all wool nicely assorted
black and white Cheeks, 29 inches,
do in coloicd Checks
do in fancy Plaids
do very rich Scotch Plaid.
Extra double width, all wool, much richer
quality Black and White Checks, the
most desirable assortment, .'34 inches.
Brodi a Soie J?iiye, beautiful silk hand
embr'd figured on striped ground, very
. costly article. .
do much botter
do still ri eher- '
do on plain giound, extra quality]
-Victoria Brode a Soie, dble tw'ld lasting*
Chene ground in splendid figures.
Valencia double twilled Lasting Cloth, in
single lined cheks.
, Poil de Chevre colored Checks,
i All Wool Filling Toil du Nord,
Crepe Neat Satin
Striped Plaid in very bright colors,
Ex Super G-4 Scotch Fancies,
Very best, quality Cachemire in beautiful
assorted Fancy Checks.
. Extra double width Mousseline splendid
quality, small plaid f)4 inch,
. Extra' fine black Paris, all wool double
wkfrh Mousseline Delaine,
Fine and choice colors* Paris all wool
Mousselino Delaines, high colors.
Super quality-Black Alpaca,
, . do liner and heavier
do * much better .
do still liuer
do mach finer
do still better '
do .very fine
do super super
do best quality"
High Lustre Pure Mohair,
do much better
do. very fine
do ' extra super. , r
Very finland high Lustre,
do much higher cost
do super super
? do extra fine |
Bombazine, splendid quality Paris Black.
Extra choice and heavy Paris all wool
Mousseline DeLaincs, sublime quality,
Heavy quality black and white Checks.
Mousseline a Soie, splendid quality silk
Chally Saline satin striped small Plaids.
Victoria a Soie, splendid double twilled
ground silk Plaid.
Llamas, heavy woolen ground high col
ored Chene plaid, &c., &c7
Packages delivered in Hamburg free of Charge.
"GRAY & TURLEY,
Augusta, Nov. 14,
Next Door to Masonic Hall.
Attorneys at Law "and S?lic?torj [i g
in Equity? :,
ILL Practioe-their Profetskn to- th? Courts
of EDGEFIELD and LE2nNGTON.
a Ofice at'Edgeficld, in Law Ran^..
LAMBERT J. JONES, A.\V. NORRTS,
Newberry, S. C. : Edge?eia, S. C. nr
Sopt 5 . 3m ... 36 .
R. H. PARKER respectfully announces
that he is weil prepared to execute in tho best
manner and promptly all work in the business,
-and at greatly reduced figures.
Having acquainted himself with the late ines
timable improvements in tho profession, and se- ~
cured a full stock of materials, ??c., he warranta
good and satisfactory work to all who may desire
Edgefield,S. C., Aug. 1, tf 31
The Friends of Capt. A. P. .WEST respectful
ly announce him as a Candidato for Sheriff of
Edge?old atthe next aloction.
Nov 7 te?" 45
%3r Wo havo been authorized by the Friends
of Capt. II. BO UL WARE to suiounoe him
Candidate for Sheriff of Edgefiell District at the
nextolcotion. . '*
Apr 12 te* . 16 .
For Tax Collector.
The Many Friends of D. A. J. BELL, Esq.,
respectfully nominate him as i Candidate for
Tax Collector at the next election.
Oct 18 . U 43 .
Tire many Friends of Capt. J AMES MITCH
ELL rospeetfully nominate j?m as a Candidate
for TAX COLLECTOR atthefti?xt election.
Doe 6 te? 60
We have been rcquostcd by" many friends of -
Mr. JOHN A. BARKER to anne unce him a Can
didate for Tax Collector of Edf;eficld District at
thc ensuing olection.
OcL 2, to* 4
. i - ??
^SF-Wc have boen authorized by tho many
friends-of-Capt. L. YANCEY DEAN to an
nounce him a Candidate for Clerk of tho Court
of Common Picas for Edgoficld District at the
June 20 - to 27
f ALL AND WINTER GOODS,
THE SUBSCRIBER has now in Storo his
Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
consi?tingin part of ^
French MERINOES j
Figurciand Solid Col'd DELANES;
Beautiful POPLINS and ALPACAS;
French, English and American PRINTS;
CANTON FLANNELS ; -
All Wool Rod and White FLANNELS;
SHAWLS, NUB IAS, SONTAG '
BALMORAL and HOOP SKIRTS ;
Colored CAMBRICS ;
HOSIERY", GLOVES and COLLARS ;
Ladies' and Gent's UNDERVESTS ;
Ladies' and Mi J3 HATS-splondid variety; . "
RIBBONS, FLOWER* and FEATHERS ;
BELT RIBBONS-Ricli and Beautiful;
Taney Doeskin CASSIMEREf- ;
. SATTINET3, TWEEDS and Ky. JEA?JS ;
Bleached LONG CLOTHS;
TICKINGS and STRIPES';
BLANKETS,-a fine supply ;
Men's and Boy's HATS-all kinds ;
Ladies', Misses, Men's, Boya and Children's
SHOES and BOOTS, in groat variety ;
GROCERIES, nARDW?P.E CROCKERY ;
With msny other articles toonuinerous io men
tion, all of which will be SOLD LOW FOR
B. C. BRYAN, ?gt.
Edgeficld, S. Cy Oct 2
AM NOW prepared to wait upon you to tho
best of my. ability, and furnish you whatever
you shall call for in tho.way of
S. F. GQODE, Esq., lately nssociated?with mo
ia tho DryGoods und Mercantil! business, hav
ing withdrawn hts interest from the concern, I
now respectfully solicit for myself a sharo ?ai tho
patronago heretofore bestowed u.ion tho Firm.
I am to be found, as heretofore for some mo'nths
past, at the Corner-thc old and well-known
stand of Bland ? Butler. I have, and constant
ly keep on hand, everything in tho way of
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c
Usually found in a well-conducted Village Store ;
all of which I offer for CASH AT T?IE. LOWEST
J. M. WITT. '
Edgefieid, Juno 13, tf ' 20
Now In Store,
LBS". BACON,-a choice article;
lOBbls. Superior FLOUR;
<j Rids. A. B. at.d C. SUGARS, vsry cheep ;
500 lbs. Fresh Buckwheat;
First quality SYRUP and MOLASSES ;
Choico CHEESE and MACARONI;
?.U Bushels Apples, very linc ;
CONFECTIONERIES and NUTS-all kinds;
Superior Apple VINEGAR ;.
SPICES in variety, ?tc, ?tc.
?3^" For sale choap for Cash,
MANGET ll HARRISON.
Nov. 20_tf_.4 7
PLEASANT CROSS STORE,
NEAR BETHLEHEM CHURCH.
TUE Undersigned tokos pleasure in announcing
to tho public, that he will .ipen on Moudav,
tho 12th, at PLEASANT CROSS, (whero tho
.Mathis Roads intersects tho Wever Roud, nbous
one-half milo from Bethlehem Church, and two
miles from Col. J. C. Smyly's.) a AV ELL AP
POINTED COUNTRY STORE.
His Stock will consist of tho usual supplies of
Dry Gootis5 Groceries, Hardware,
Crockery, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
&C, &Ct, >&<?,,, -
.All of which he pledges hlmsolf io sell-.
AT OR BELOW AUGUSTA PRICES !
fry An inspoction of bis-Goods and Prices is
Pleasant Cross, Nov. 6 Im_4a
D. L. Turner & Co.,
AT THE NEW STORE, are .prepared to soil
DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, CAPS and
HATS, HARDWARE, GROCERIES, TATENT
MEDICINES, Ac, ns chtdp a? T?iy man.
Givo us a sharo of your custom,-friends, and-<wo
will give you satisfaction.
Granitoville, Nov. fl,_j ?om . 45
ALL persons having demand;! against tho Es
tate of PETERSON BORAM, dcc'd.,'will prc
sent.thom to the undersigned, properly attested,
and those who aro anywise indol tcd to said Estato
will please call and settle. Tito Administrator
desires to make a final set dem ci it at an early day.
J. M. TROTTER, Adm'or.
Nov. 6,__2m ' 45
ALL persons in anywise indebted to tho Estato
WILLIS L. STQNE, dccM., :aro;cotificd to
pay thc same, or make suitable arrangements, by
Return Day next; otherwise stud claims will be
sued on indiscriminately.. .
M. M. PADGETT, 1 ". "
B. T. JENNINGS. J or8,
Nov. 7, 3m* 45
Notice to Creditors.
PURSUANT to order of Cojrt, aU, creditors of
"W illiam Carter, dee'd, anil also, all creditors
ol tho late firm of FOOSHE & CARTER, aro
horeby required to present and prove their do
mands before me, on or beforn lat day of Februa
ry next, (1807} or be barred,^
WM. H. PA R KER, C.E.?.L,
K#T. 7,i85i. ae Ir