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G?RQlklNA HOTEL.
AS the busy season approaches, wo renew our
efforts; t? make our7H?ose_ thoroughly com
for table and a?tr?ctive."*
To permanent larders, to passing strangon,
?and to citizens of our own District who visit tho
Town on business, we again offer the best cheer
and entertainment of the Carolina Hotel. All
that lies in oar power shall be done for the com
plete satisfaction of oar giests.
Our Stables are in good order, and great care
will be bestowed upon Horses ^efc in oar charge.
We respectfully solicit: a continued share of j
public patronage.
C. A. CHEATHAM A HBO.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 18 tf 8
DAY BOARDING!
AT THE PLANTER'S HOTEL, for years
past under the management of my late hus
band, B. J. Rr AX, and where I still reside, I
propose to furnish on public days, GOOD
MEALS,-Breakfasts, Dinners and Suppers,-to
all who may desire such.
On Sale-days, during the Sessions of Court,
and on public" occasions generally, my friends
will find me prepared to accommodate them with
the best oar market affords.
?3Br*Terms,-Single Meal,' 75 cts.; Breakfast,
Dinner and Supper, $2,f").
?j FRANCES A. RYAN.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb IS 3t S
NEW STORE !
A.
N? OT G o o ?s !
And New Prices for Edgefield !
JL HE Subscriber is now opening at the Corner
Store, between Mr. B. C. BRYAN'S Brick Store
and the Planter's Hotel, a CHOICE ASSORT
MENT of
Family and Fancy Groceries,
Liquors, Wines, Cordials, &c.,
"Which in point of quality and low prices cannot
be excelled, if equalled, in this market.
I also intend dealing largely in tho
Provision Line,
Such as BACON, LARD, FLOUR, CORN,
MEAL. Ac, which will be sold at AUGUSTA
RETAIL PRICES-transportation added.
j2S9~Thc public are solicited to pay the new
Store a visit and examine my Stock and figures.
?&flh.? highest market price paid for all COUN
. TRY PRODUCE.
A. A. GLOVER, Agent.
Edgefield, Feb 12 tf 7
THE PEOPLE'S SA?1??"
ONE DOOR EAST OF THE ADVERTISER
OFFICE, in chnrge of Capt. ED. COVAR, late
of tbe gallant 7th Regiment, is well furnished
with a carefully selected assortment of the BEST
LIQUORS,
WINES,
CORDIALS,
CIDER,
PORTER,
ALE,
SEGARS,
Ac, Ac.
And ED is there at all times prepared to serve
his friends and customers in the most acceptable
manner.
Give him a call, all ye thitt thirst for " Some
thing Good" for tb? inner man.
Jan 30 ' tf J
23 .ELI" Room
Jb^OR the real pleasure and comfort of those
who sometimes indulge in a social glass, I bare
opened in tho Planters' Hotel, a FIRST CLASS
BAR, well supplied with EVERY VARIETY of
tho BEST WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS,
&C, and under the management of a gentle
man, courteous and attentive, who will at al!
times be in attendance to give entire satisfaction
to h.. customers.
A. A. GLOVER, Agt
Edgefield, Feb ll tf 7
Agents Wanted
FOR
The Life, Letters, Speeches, kc?,
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BY HENRY CLEVELAND,
Late Editor of the Augusta (Gu) Constitutionalist.
ty Send for Circulars and see ocr terms, and
a full description of the work. Address
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.
Corner 7th and Main Sta , Richmond, Va.
Feb 20 4t S
?otice to Tax Payers.
HAVING received orders from the Comptroller
General of South Carolina to issue Execu
tions against all persons in Edgefield District
who have not paid their State Taxes for the year
1363, I hereby, to the end that tho laws of the
State may be sustained, and that tho burden of
taxation may fail equally upon all, and that thc
order above mentioned may be complied with, re
quest that every good citizen knowing the name of
any one who has not paid such Tax will report
the samo to me as early as may be, by letter or
otherwise.
BENJ. ROPER, T.C.E.D.
Feb 5 3D 6
Assistant Assessor's Office,
U. 3. INTERNAL REVENUE,
EDCP.FIKLD, S. C., Feb. 16, 1808.
TAX PAYERS are horeby informed that Di
vision No. 6 of the Third Collection Dis
trict, embraeej the Tenth Regiment, S. C. M., io
Edgefield District, and that I have entered on
the d'ity of receiving the Income Returns for
1S61 and I vo. Returns must be made separate
fur each year. This embraces all monio? re
ceived fron? all sources, except Legacies and Sue
casions,-which are subject to Succession un i
Legacy tax,-all Gilt and Gold Watches, Car
riages, Budgies, Ac, Trades and Professions,
Jacks and Stallion*. Store Keeper/, Pedlars. Cu -
tio Traders, Horse Trader?, Ac, Distiller?, Liquor
Dealer?, wholesale and retail, and various other?
wbo are now doing business, or who have been nt
any time since May 1805, nro subject to Li--?n?e
or Special Tax, and must be prepared to make a
prompt return when 1 call on them in canvassing
through the Regiment.
Those who fail to make a return are liable to
heavy penalties, and thc Government will rigi Hy
enforce the lu* against any one fatting to comply.
The Government doe* not require that I should
enumerate each different Tax, neither should Tax
Rayera expect me to do so, yot I will takfc pleas
ure in explaining all the subjacts of taxation to
Tax Payers when making their Return?, and will
furnish them the proper blank 3 on which todo so.
H. C. MOSELY,
Assistant Assessor.
Feb 18 3t 8
LOST MULE.
WANDERING about the Subscriber's place
is a Mouse-colored Mure MULE, which
t ie owner can get by calling on me two miles
? "un Fury's Ferry. Thc animal is ab -ut 14 hands
hi.'h, well made, and sprightly, with stripe across
the shoulder, and supposed to bo about 7 years
old. P. 0. address, Augusta.
T. J. McKIE.
Feb 20 3t S
Estate Notice.
ALL Persons in anywise indebted to the Estate
of Dr. WILLIAM S. MOBLE!', dee'd.;are
requested to come forward and make settlement
immediately, and those having demands agaiu>t
the Estate will present them properly atteitod to
Mrs. Susan E. Mobley or the undersigued.
W. L. COLEMAN, Ex'or.
Feb 20_.lt g
Notice to Debtors.
ALL Persons indebted to me are hereby noti
fied that my Note? and Accounts are in tbe
hands of Mr. C. M. Mar, who is authorized to act
a? Agent for me in making settlements.
A liberal compromise will bu tffered to those
wishing to settle.
J- S. SMYLY.
Feb 14_tf_8
Estate P. M. Best.
PERSONS indebted to this Estate are request
ed to make payment forthwith to Adminis
trator,-and tbos* baring claims against same
to band them in properly attosted. either to Ad
ministrator, or to Mr. Vines, nt Saluda Old Town
JORSSQS HAG OOP, Adxn'or. J
gin? it $ j
We have tHi?-da^^ie^ived
* large and fine/Sto(^ir?f *
( ' :. ". ..? '? : ?
CARPETS,
Which we offer at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
We now offer a fall line of
English Brussells Carpets,
Three-Ply Carpets,
Ingrain Carpets,
Striped Carpets,
Rugs, Matts and Druggets,
Floor Oil Cloths,
Window Shades,
Curtains, Cornices, Bands,
Wall Papers, Borders, &c,
All of entirely new patterns,'
and at a great reduction from
former prices.
Those in want of any of the
above Goods will please take
notice, and send, or come, and
get some of the GREAT BAR
GAINS now offering by
JAMES G, BAILIE & BRO.,
205 Broad Street,
A.TJGrTJSTA., GA.
Augusta, Feb 13 2m 8
The Nightingale Corset,
AVERY SUPERIOR ARTICLE,
Our own importation.
GRAY ? TURLEY.
Augus'a, Feb IS tf 8
The Exhibition Corset,
THE MOST ELEGANT ARTICLE of tbe
kind noir in use.
Our own importation.
GRAY A TURLEY.
Augusta, Feb IS tf S
?
The Dagmar Corset,
N GREAT DEMAND.
Our own importation.
GRAY A TURLEY.
Augusta, Feb IS tf 8
The Kelhar Corset,
AMOST PERFECT ARTICLE.
In great dein.md.
Our own importation.
(SRAY A TURLEY.
August-, Feb IS tf S
The Emerald Corset,
ACOMPLETE FINISH.
.Mide affyr American sample?.
Our own importation.
GRAY A TURLEY.
Au-'UFta. Feb IS tf 8
The Combination Corset,
HIGHLY APPRECIATED.
Our ewn itnporta!?''.i).
GRAY A TURLEY.
August', Feb IS tf S
Railroad Corset,
TTERY CHEAP.
T Our own importation.
GRAY A TURLEY.
August?, Feb IS tf 8
Tho Cumberland Corset,
COMBINING ELEGANCE
AND DURABILITY.
Our own importation.
. GRAY A TURLEY.
AugufU, Feb IS - tf .8
The Corduroy Corset,
VERY SUPERIOR FINISH.
Our own importation.
GRAY A TURLEY.
Augusta, Feb 13 fctf 8
The American Corset.
SUPERIOR IN SIYLE AND FINISH.
Our own importation.
GRAY 4 TURLEY.
Augusta, Feb IS tf 8
SHERIFF'S SALES.
BY virtue of a Writ of Fi. Fa. to mc directed,
I will proceed to sell at Edgefiuld C. H., on
the ?ir.-: Monday in March next, the following
property, in the following case, to wit :
W. M. Hunter vs. W. P. Butler, One Lot of
Land ia the ViHago of Edgefield, on which the
Defendant now' resides, containing Ten Aero?,
more or les?, adjoining lands of R. G. M. Duno
vant, Lewis Jone?, John E. Bacoj, R. H. Mim?
and other?.
TERMS CASH.
W. SPIRE!?, s.E.n.
Sheriff"? Office, Jan 11 4tc 7
State of South Carolina,
EDGEF1ELD D1LTRICT,
IN ORDINARY.
Robt. M. Willium?, A'Jm'or Applicant,")
ri. > Fur Pur.
Laura "Wooton and others, Defend't. J
BY an order from the Ordinary, I ?hall proceed
to sell at Edzeficld C. ll., on thc fir.U Monday
in March next, for Partition, the REAL ESTATE
of WILLIAM WOOTON, deeeafed, constating of
Two Hundred and Twenty-seven (227) Acrci,
moro or less, situated in the District and State
aforesaid, on water? of Half-way Swamp Creek,
waters <>f Saluda River, bounded by lands of
Henry H. Mayson, Allcu Kemp, William Whittle
and other?.
TERMS,-Cash in United .?tates Currency.
Costs to bc paid in Specie, and Purchaser to pay
for Titles extra. . .
W. SPIRES, S.E.D.
Feb 1?, 1667 2te 8
Executor's Sale.
IWILL proceed to sell at the late residence of
JEREMIAH SEIGLER, dee'd , on SATUR
DAY, the 2d Mureil next, all tb? Personal Estate
of said deceased, comprising in part,
THREE MULES,
COWS AND .HOGS,
CORN AND FODDER,
COTTON SEED,
HOUSEHOLD A KITCHEN FURNITURE,
ONE ROAD WAGON,
ONE CARRIAGE, Ac, Ac.
tS^Tcrms Cash in Specie.
W. K. SEIGLER, Ex'or.
Fob 1J 2t 8
TO RENT~
ANY one desiring to work a FIRST CLASS
SAVANNAH RIVER PLANTATION on
Share?, will find it hi? intere?t to call at the otho?
of the EdgeSeld A'lrrrtiier, or at office of J.
Strieker Coles, E.<q., Augu?tu, Geo.
If desired, the Low Grounds alono, from one
to one hundred and fifty acres of the first quality,
lying immediately or. the River, may be tended.
Terms can be had nnusnally farorablo to the
Planter,-and the whole direction of cultivation
placed under his control, so that be cannot fail of
succ?s*.
Feb 13 lm 6
TO RENT,
THE PLANTATION lately occupied hy the
Messrs Earle, belonging to Capt. Eogene
Bnrt, on Big Turkey Creek. Terna very reason
able. M. C. BUTLER, Attorney.
f<*l* la 8
NEW AND SPLENDID
DRY GOODS!
FULLY
Twenty-Five JP&r Ooxxt
BELOW THE COST OP IMPORTATION.
228 BROAD STREET,
JLii^usta, Greoria,
In inviting the attention of their friends and the public to their
NEW Ml HEIMAT SUPPLIES.
make no pr?tentions whatever to be selling Goods
A? OK BELOW COST.
-0
The great -ncret of business we find fs
TO BUY GOODS RIGHT
AND
SILL THEM AT A FA 11 MIFflT,
Having just returned from the Northern market with
LARGE, NEW AND ELEGANT
SUPPLIES,
And having been in market at the time that Goods touched the
very lowest point this season and having purchased
ENTIRELY FOR CASH,
In most instances fully '
25 Per Cent.
BELOW COST OF IMPORTATION
Thereby enabling them to offev the greatest inducements to
We will guarantee a difference of fully
50 PER CENT.
Below Goods purchased a month previously.
We would respectfully invite the most critical examination C
our ENTICE STOCK by the dosest wholesale and retail pm
chasers^
AND
CHEA.P FOB CASH
GRAY, BULLAE-KY & CO.
228 Broad Street, Auguste, fia.
Augusta, Jan. 14, . lm
fl'OOWD & MULHERIN
ir r o o e r s
?r --AND --. 40:
?OMipsSION;^
No, 283 Broil Street,
. AUGUSTA,-GA;,'-.:
WA .
TT-,pULD respectfully inform their friends
and thc publio thnt they have now in Store, and
are daily receiving, the
Choicest Assortment
To he found in thec City.
BACON, LARD, CORN, OATS, and
every article' in the PROVISION LINE always
on hand.
. ?FAll Goods, sold asjow.as tb.* lowest
Augusta, Feb 12 2m 7
POLLARD, COX & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 297 Broad Street,
Threo Doors Bolow Planters' Hotel,
AUGUSTA, GA.,
HAVE on hand and for sale rt LOWEST
MARKET PRICES FOR CASH a Complete
As s ort m cn of Groceries, consisting in
part of tho following articles :
100 Bbls. PLANTING POTATOES '
100 Boxes Factory, Stato and English Dairy
CHEESE,
100 Boxes ADAMANTINE CANDLES,
100 Boxes Soda, Butter, Oyster and Sugar |
CRACKERS,.
125 Bbls. "Crushed," "A," "Extra"Cana "C"
SUGARS,
50 Bags RIO COFFEE,
50 Pockets Java COFFEE, - ?
50 Bales Georgia Factory Cotton YARNS, as
sorted n"mbcrs,
50 M. SEGARS, all grades,
125 Bags SHOT, oil sizes,
50 Bbls. WHISKEY, all grade?,
50 Half Bbls. Fine Old Rye WHISKEY, . ..
10 i Casks BRANDY, Palo and Dark,
5 Bbls. Old HOLLAND GIN,
5 Bbls. DOMESTIC GIN,
10 i Casks Old SHERRY, PORT and MA
DEIRA WINE,
100 Cases WHISKEY, BRANDY, RUM, GIN,
50 Cases Gin, Brandy, Whiskey COCK TAILS,
25 Cases CHAM PAI ONES,
50 Boxos Family SOAP,
50 Cases OYSTERS, 1 and 2 lbs. Cans,
50 Boxes A-sorted and Fancy CANDIES,
25 .'uses PLANTATION BITTERS,
SMOKING and CHEWING TOBACCO, all
grade?,
SNUFF in Jars and Bottle?,
TEAS, STARCH, SODA,
PICKLES in Cases and Keg?,
RAISINS, SARDINES, MUSTARD,
SPICE, PEPPER, GINGER,
MACKEREL, all Sizes and Nos.,
SALT, BAGGING and ROPE, Ac, Ac.
Augusti, Feb 12 tf ;7
POLLARD, COX & CO.,
COLTON FACTORS,
Warehouse and commission
MERC?IANTS,
Corner Reynolds and Campbell Strcot,
?UGLSTA, (?A.,
Agent for Heed's Phosphate.
Augusta, Feb 12 tf [7
W. H. GooninT. C. G. GOODRICH.
C, 6, GOODRICH & CO,,
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS
AND
General Commission
MERCHANTS.
Consignments ?of every description solicitod, ol
GROCERIES,
LIQUORS,
GRAIN,
FLOUR,
PROVISIONS,
Ac, Arc, >Vi'.
271 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA,
jSff* Ample Storage for Consignments.
#SfrPersonal attention eiven to tho Purchase
Sile and Shipment of COTTON and other PRO
DUCTS,-entirely on Commission.
?5^"Mr. E. HODGES mny bo found with u?.
Augusta, Feb ll ly "
HOLMES' BOOK HOUSE
OLD SIGN OF
"FRANKLIN'S HEAD."
Corner King and Wentworth-strcets
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BEAUTIFUL GIFT BOOKS, &C., FOI
THE'HQLIDAYS,
L1
ITERATURE TN LETTERS, EDITED B
j JAMES P. HOLCOMBE. L.L. D. $350.
jlARTWIG'S HARMONIES OF NATURI
or the Unity of Cr?ation. $7.50.
HOMES WITHOUT HANDS, by Rev. J. (
Wood. M. A. F. L. S., Ac. $1.50. English e<
''THE HARVEST OF THE SEA, by James (
Bertram, wiih 5)1 illu?triiti..n?. $7 50.
HISTOIRE DE JULES CESAR, par S. M..
Napoleon III. $0\_
HALF-HOUR WITH THE BEST FRENC
AUTHORS, 30 engravings, from designs by Ba;
ard. $5.
THE MINOR PROPHETS, with notos, critic?
explanatory, Ac, by Rev. Henry Cowfe*. .$2.2
?'THE LIFE AND LIGHT OF MEN," 1
John Young, author of Thc Christian Histor
'"THE TRAGEDIES OF SOPHOCLES, a ne
translation, by. E. H. Plumtre, M. A.. 2 vols. $
THE AUTHORSHIP OF SHAKSPEARE, 1
N. Holmes. $2 25.
WASHINGTON IRVING'S SPANISH P.
PEl'.S. AC, 2 vols. S5.
SELECTIONS FROM THE GREEK HISTi
UTANS, with notes, by C. C. Felton. $2.
RESOURCES AND PROSPECTS OE AME]
ICA, by fair S. Morton Poto, Bart. M. P. for Bri
^JOURNAL OF EUGENIE DE GUERIN, o?
ted bv G. S. Ticbuticn. $1.75.
BARRY CORNWALL'S MEMOIR C
CHARLES LAMB. $1.75.
fPRSYTH'S LIFE OF CICERO, with il!?
fcrti'ionf? 2 vols. S5.
THE WORLD'S LACONICS, by Tryon E
wards with an Introduction, by Rnraguc, il 1
THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE CONDITIONE
comprising nonio remarks on Sir Wm. Hamiltoi
Philosophy, and on Mr. J- 8. Mill s Ex.mmat,
of that Philosophy, by H. L. Mansol, B. D.,
.SELECTIONS FROM THE GREEK HIST
UTANS, arrang?e' in the order of events, wi
Notes, by CORNELIUS C. FELTON, Preside
of Harvard University. $2.
BEAUTIFUL THOUGHTS FROM FRENC
AND ITALIAN AUTHORS, with English Trai
lations and Lives of the Authors, by C. T. Rai
^BEAUTIFUL THOUGHTS FROM LAT:
AUTHORS, with English Translations. $*.
LECTURES ON THE SCIENCE OF LA
GUAGE, by Mox Muller, M. A., Follow of J
Souls' College, Oxford, Ac. 2 vols. $C.
Hty Any Book in this list will be Bent by nu
free of pottage, on receipt of price.
Adf?rHOLMES? BOOK HOUSE,"
CHARLESTON, S. C
Dee. 13, ; *f -., _f]
Notice.
A LL Porsoni indobted to the Estate, of M.OS
A, ROLSTON, deceased, aro requested to mi
paymest of tho ?JJ^OJ E0JJBTQK ^
Etbi 2m <
Broad St.^ ! 224,,
. _nfl ., _. -
MliE REDUCTION J
i*' ' ' " " ;. . . . ?; --- . . a.* ri arman: - rl'? ifh'nij
..?'i-s'f >??'? . ? r ;??? .. . V .. ! ...- i ! Jag
Every^Article in Our Stock Largely
w Reduced ! .
I. SIMON ? BRO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
r
Hf
Offer the remainder of their WINTER CLOTHING and GENTS'
FURNISHING GOODS at ?EDUCED PRICES in order to make
room for the Spring Trade.
Our well assorted Stock of Cassimeres, Broad Cloths, Doeskins,
Tweeds, Jeans, Hats, and. many other Goods, we offer at the same
Reduced Prices.
^"Buyers will save money, by calling and examining for
themselves. -
^"Remember we have ONLY ONE PRICE, always giving
our Customers the advantage of a fair Bargain.
I. SIMON & BRO.,
- FASHIONABLE CLOTHING EMPORIUM, ' -
224 Broad Street, Four Doors Below Central Hotel, Augusta, Ga,
Augusta, Jan 1 tf 2
HENEY SOLOMON
WITH
LEVY db JACOBS,
WHOLESALE
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
136 Broad Street, Near Lower Market, .
AUGUSTA, GA.
THE Subscribers are offering to their numerous fri?iids and customers, one of the
LARGEST and BEST STOCK OF GROCERIES to be lound in the City, at their
accustomed ?ow Prices.
Planters and Country Merchants will lind it to (heir interest by calling upon us,
when visiting the Citv to make their usual purchases..
We have in Store and offering at LOW PRICES
A. B. and C. SUGARS, Loaf, Pulverised and Crushed SUGARS ;
Rio, Java and Laguira COFFEE, BACON, MOLASSES;
BAGGING, ROPE, Patent Iron TIES for COTTON ;
Double Extra, Extra ant! Superfine FLOUR ;
MACKEREL,SALMON1, WHITE FISH, HERRING and COD FISH ;
English Dairy, State and Factory CH EESE, Goshen BUTTER ;
li?e Hive SYRUP, Golfen SYRUP, Brooklyn and Sugar House SYRUP;
PICKLES, PRESERVES, CAN FRUITS. JELLIES, OYSTERS ;
X, XX, XXX, XXXX WHISKEY'S, Kanawha Valley WHISKEY;
Imperial, Crown HOLLAND GIN, JAMAICA RUM;
Otard. Dnpoy, Pelvosui and Cognac BRANDY ;
Pale and Dark Sherry and Madeira WINES, Malaga WINE;
RAISINS, CURRANTS, CITRON, ALMONDS, LE.M ONS, ORANGES
and NUTS ;
Northern APPLES, Irisa POTATOES, Silver Skin ONIONS ;
Well BUCKETS, TUBS, PAILS, Horse BRUSHES, LEATHER;
Various other articles too numerous to mention.
LEVY & JACOBS.
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1867. DRY GOODS. 1867
WILLIAM H. CRANE
D?SIRES to inform his friends ind acquaint
ances thal he is now with thc House of
D. R. WRIGHT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
DEY GOODS,
Globe Hotel Ruilding, 250 Broad St.,
AUGUSTA, OA.,
Whore ho will be happy tn see thom, and tako
[deiisure in showing a COMPLETE and CHOICE
ASSORTMENT of GOODS, at PRICES AS
LOW us any House in the City.
Just Received,
A Choice Lot of New Stylo PRINTS ;
Brown and Blcnchod SHIRTINGS, SHEET
INGS, OSNARURGS, STRIPES, TICKS, Ac,
?c., at very low prices.
New Goods Received Weekly.
Augusta, Jun 22 7t 4
SELLING OPP
NEW YORK COST!
PREPARATORY .TO THE .
RECEPTION OF SPRING SUPPLIES,
H.F. RUSSELL & CO.,
PREPARATORY to tho reception of their
SPRING STOCK, which they intend shall bc
ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE AND EX
TENSIVE evor offered in the Augusta market,
are now offering at
Barely Remunerative Prices,
A Great Variety of
ELEGANT DRY GOODS,
Especially
LADIES* DRESS GOODS,
REAL IRISH POPLINS,
DELAINES, MERINOES,
EMPRESS CLOTHS,
MOURNING STUFFS,
^??~Country Merchants and Families needing
such supplioa aro respectfully solicited t?visil
this House before making their purchases.
H. F. KUSSEL fi & CO.,
No. 173, Brosd Street,
AUGUSTA, GA.
Jan 22 lm 4
$1,000 Reward !
H?RTIR'T^PECIFIC !
The Great English Remedy !
A CERTAIN AND SPEEDY .CUR!
FOR GONORRHOA,
SYPHILIS,
Ul, I INCONTINENCE OF URINE,
WEAKNESS OF THE BACK,
. PAIN IN THE BACK,
DISEASE OF BLADDER,
/ " STONE-IN BLADDER; : '
.. KIDNEY DISEASE,
; DIABETES, i
?2?D GLEET
^S9*This prcparatloiris offered tc. tho afflicted
|jg:j with the greatest confidence.-- -
ike I Sold at Edg??eld by TEAGUE t CUIWILF..
" TV. H. TUTT,
General Agent for tho ?uuti era States.
Ajujtula, Ga-, Jan 30 .3? ?
AND
Fertilizers !
-o
To the Planters of South Carolina
and Georgia.
E were induced List reason to accept th<
Agency for the salo of the fellowing well knowi
BALTIMORE FERTILIZERS, and from testi
monials furnished us from Planters of Soutl
Carolina and Georgia wc are fully convinced tba
we present to the planting community MA
NUKES equal, if not superior, to any before thi
public-naming :
KETTLE WELL'S NANIPULATEE
GUANO? seid very largely in the Souther:
States beforo tn? war, and re-.introduccd tb
present year with marked success, greatly im
provod, not a single failuro reported.
AMMONIATED ALKALINE PHOS
PH ATE? Tho success of this compound ?
truly wonderful, making crop amid a mc.-'! Alias
trous drought, when Peruvian (luanoy, costiB,
double, utterly failed.
ALKALINE PHOSPHATE, very TIC
in Potash, Soda and Phosphates.
Thoso MANURES all are absorbent, and con
tain eloments especially adapted to the CUTIOS
CORN and VEGETABLE CROPS. .
Certificates on hand from our best Planters i
Richmond and Hancock counties, which will b
exhibited or supplied upon application to
W. HENRY WARREN & CO.,
Augusta, Ga.,
General Agents for Georgia and South Carolini
Jan 29 3m 5
TO PLANTERS !
k THOMAS I
A-ttguista, Ga.,
OFFER A;T LOWEST PRICE*
SWEDES IRON,
. BestEngluh PLOW STEEL, at 124 cts.,
Collins* AXES,
Collins A Brade's HOES,
Trace and Wagon CHAINS,
GRINDSTONES,
1 NAILS-Cut, Wrought and Horse Shoo,
A largo assortment of PLOWS, HARROW
CORN SHELLERS, HAY CUTTERS,
CARPENTER and BLACKSMITH TOOLS,
FILES and RASPS-the best made.
A full and good assortment of BUILDER
HARDWARE,
RODGER'S best POCKET and TABLE CU
LE RY
Garden HOES and RAKES,
? POTS, OVENS, SPIDERS, and a general i
sortmcnt of HARDWARE,
Ames' SHOVELS and SPADES,
ROPE, PLOW LINES, Ac, Ac.
Augusta, Ga., Jan 29 3m5
?SS"Abbovillo Banner and Laurenrville Herc
will copy 3 months and forward bill and copy
paper.
AUGUSTA HOTEL.
THIS POPULAR HOTEL bas been wno va re
painted, and put in complete order, wit!
determination on thc part of the proprietor
mako lt a FIRST. CLASS HOUSE.
Mr. S. M. JONES hos chief control, and ?
be recollected by our Southern friends as the f
mer proprietor of tba AMERICAN HOTEL, <
ring tho War, in Richmond, Va^and will be g!
to see bis old friend?, promising- fbem a "VIR
juk WiLcoMB." En>ry effort, wHJ;b.~t made
give en*ire satisfaction. ? call is solicited. Tot
reasonable.
S. M. JONES. Proprietor
August*, Jae. 1 t? J
1 " MwioeDS. '
..J
; 2?% 'Brb:a'a;(fetr^t5
. ? A .... AUGUSTA,- GA.- 'I ?
WE .beg leave to Infor? rho citizens'bf Edge
field and vicinity that we~.havev remo rod -lp No
218 Broad- Street,. .thr' doors-aboyo Plumb A
Leitner/s JDrug.Storo, where wo will keepj con
stantly on hand a-LARGE- STOCK pf ,? v i
Men's, Youth's and Boys' CLOTHING;
Ladies'and Men's HATS,.all kind-;
BOOTS and SHOKS, every variety;
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES
Ladies' and Gents' FURNISHING
GOODS ;
HOOP SKIRTS and NOTIONS ;
TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS ;
Ladies' Travelling SATCHELS ;
Also, a good Assortment of WATCH
ES and JEWELRY.
All of the above we will sell at a SMALL AD
VANCE POR CASU. "We shall be happy to re
cobro a call from you, or bc favored with your
orders for all goods in our linc.
?Sf Country Merchants will do well by giving
us a call boforo purchasing elsewhere.
LEVY & ASHER. '
Augusta, Oct 1 Cm40
J C. Schreiner & Sons, I J. C. Sehretacr & Sons
Macon, Ga. ' | Savannah, Ga.
J?ltlII?I??EliNIl
No.: 199 BROAD STREET,
' AUGUSTA, GA., 1
KEEP C0NSTAN1LY ON HAND A CHOICE
SELECTION OP
BOOKS, STATIONERY,
siwes?* ::!
AND
PAN-OT" GOODS,
pf*- All Orders from the Country' Promptly At
tended to.
THE BEST OF ITALIAN VIOLIN
AND GUITAR STRINGS. .
AGENTS FOR -
STEINWAY A SONS.
SOEBBELER A SCHMIDT'S
AND GALE A CO.'S
CELEBRATED .PIANOS.
Augusta, Nov, 5, Cm 45
Manure Depot,
PURE PERUVIAN GUANO
F n o ?
SHIP ST. LAWRENCE.
Wi
E havo now on baud,, and iu transitu,
J00 Tons of Pure Peruvian Uuauo.
Cliie Guano is selected, among several Cargoes,
rom the Ship St. Laurence, ns containing a tar
ter proportion of Ammonia than usuaL It goes
nto NO SECOND HANDS, (which would ren
ier it very liable to adulteration at the present
ligh rates,) but is shipped to us direct by tho
PERUVIAN GOVERNMENT AGENT
aimself, and hence wc aro enabled to G'JARAN
rEE THE PURITY OF EVERY BAG SOLD.
A liberal discount will bo made to cash purcha
;er3 of ten tons or upwards. Orders promptly
attended.
.ALSO,
LARGE STOCKS Ol"
Hoyt's Supcr-Pho>phatc Lime,
In Lutj of 5.Tons or more, per ton, $63,00
" Smaller Lots, ? " rt3,0U
Saugh's Raw Bone Super-Phcs.,
In Lots of 5 Tons or more, per tor:, $07,00
? Smaller Lots, ? " 70,00
Soluble Pacific Guano,
In Lots of 5 Tons or more, per ton, $75.00
? Smaller Lots, " " >'0,<>0
^^Tho3c Manures have been used ir Georgia
and South Carolina, thc first (Hoyt'.-) since ?&56,
-tho twolust during the past season, with grati
fying results. Wc have testimonial? fscm woll
known Planters highly favourable
J. 0. MATHEWSON & CO.,
285 Broad S?^ et,
AUGUST V- GA.
Augusta, Dec 22 3m 52
Cheaper Than Ever !
TlIE following linc of Good;, of th? fir?l qva.'
i.v, wo arc now selling at very loir price? :
DRY ?boBS.
A small Stock of Dry Good?,lale*l ttjUt;
Gents' Furnishing Goods ;
Fine All Wool Blankets;
White and Colored Flannels,
Tabling, Diaper, Towels ;
Loug Cloths, Unbleached Goods}
Bcd Tick, Stripes ;
Table and Linen Damasks :
Piano and Tablo Covers, Ac, Ac, Ac.
SHOES.
Ladies' Gaiter?, Shoes, Booteos and Slippers ;
Gents' French Calf und GoatJBboes mid Gaiters;
Misses' and Children's-S hoes, with and without
tips ;
Negro Men and Women's Shoes, all kinds.
WOOD AND .WILLOW WARE.
Tubs, Buckets, K?olcrs, Churns ar.d Measures
Baskets of ad kinds and shapes': .
Scrubbing, Dusting, Floor, Hand, J lacking,
Hair, Pope,' Head, Horse and Whitewash
Brushes ;
Brooms of all kinds.
SUNDRIES.
Window Gloss, all sizes;
Nails, all sise: ;
Gunny Bagging ;
Green Loaf, Manilla and (Tute Hope;
Twines, Sash Cord?, Clothe Lines and Pict;
Shovels, Spades, Fork?, Rakes and Hies;
Axes, Axe Handles, Hatchet? ;
Smith A Wesson and Colt's Repealers :
Notions of every doscrip.ion.
To all of which your attention is invited, and
all of which will bo sold at a sniull adi ance on
cost of importation.
JAS. G. BAILIE & CO.,
203 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Dec 22 tf . 02
. n nu i\ ii uiiP! ?
A COLLECTION OF PSALM and HYMN
J?JL TUNES, ODES and ANTHEMS, .'.nd Sun
cay School, Infant, Revival, Temperance, Patri
otic and Moral Pieces, and containing also annul
ier of Scotch, German, Irish and other ?ino com
positions,-much new Music never before pub
lished,-and an Exposition of the Principles of
Music, and of Musical Composition, by William
llousor.
Just received a large'nu'mbcr of thc ab ive work
nt GEO. A. OAT1SS,
No 240 Broad Street, Augusta, Gn. '
Dec 17 tf M.'
TB SACKED HARP!
A COLLECTION of PSALM and HYMN
J-L TUNES, ODES and ANTHEMS selected
from the most emjncnt Authors, together ?with
s oarly One Hundred Pieces of Music never be
fore published, snitod to most MotroB, lind well
"adapted to Churches of every denomination, Sing
ing Schools, and Private Societies, and Plain
I.ules for Learners, by B. F. White and E. J.,
liing, to which is added Appendix 1 containing
o variety of Standard and Private Tunee:not
o jmprised in the/body, of the work,-Compiled;
by a Committee appointed "by tho Southern Mu?
s.cal.Convention. Also, Appendix 2, 'containing'
77 Pieces of now composition, by diiHn|fC?l?
ur?e'rs, B'..Ter boforo published. A new nad much
j:nproYededition.:. . >f*?*
Just roceived and for sale by T <**-*? i ".fM
GEO. A. OATES, ,
240, Broad St., Augusta, G*.
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