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NEW GOODS !
Cheaper than the Cheapest!
THE SUBSCRIBERS have just received a
large and varied assortment of NEW GOODS,
which the residents in tho vicinity of Richardson
ville, and tho public at large, aro respectfully in
vited to call and examino before, purchasing
The Stock consist:! in part ol' tho following ar
ticles to wit :
CALICOES, DELAINES, LONG CLOTHS;
OSNABURGS, Augusta Factory DOMESTICS:
FLANNELS, OINGHAMS, TICKING;
Ladi-js HOODS, SHAWLS, HOSIERY;
Spoi 1 THREAD, Ladies' BELTS ; j
HANDKERCHIEFS, VEILING ;
PINS, NEEDLES, BUTTO NS ;
WHALE BONE, BEADS, SUSPENDERS ;
NECK TIES, Paper COLLARS ;
Irish LINEN, CAMBRIC, Kentucky JEANS;
Ermino CLOTH, LINSEYS;
Black and White FLAX ;
Ladies HOOP SKIRTS;
Assorted Fancy Woolen SHIRTS, GLOVES ;
Andulusia Woolen CLOTH, UMBRELLAS;
TUMBLERS, SALT CELLARS, PLATES ;
MUGS, PITCHERS, BOWLS;
CUPS AND SAUCERS:
Coffeo POTS, Toa POTS, Cocoa DIPPERS;
Soap STANDS, Coffee MILLS, SPITTOONS.
Ladies' Riding Velvet HATS ;
Ladies' Broadway Walkiug HATS;
Ristori HATS, Ladies Aborted HATS ;
Gentlemen's Fine Black and Whito Felt HATS;
Woolen HATS, Velvet and Black Cloth CAPS;
Fur CAPS, Potor Shand CAPS j
Boys HATS and CAPS.
Ladies' Fine and Courso SHOES ;
Men's Fino SHOES:
Boys Fino ao l Coarse SHOES ;
BROGANS, Baby SHOES.
COLOGNE. Assorted ;
Circassian HAIR OIL;
BEAR'S OIL, OX MARROW, POMADES;
Rose POWDER, LILY WHITE ;
BRIDLES, MARTINGALES, WHIPS;
BLIND BRIDLES, BITS, SPURS, COLLARS.
KNIVES AND FORKS, Pocket Knives ;
RAZORS, AXES, HATCHETS :
Shoo BRUSHES. Vhite Wash BRUSHES;
Hay FORKS. RAKES, SCYTHES :
Brest CHAINS, HARNESS;
Frying PANS, KETTLES, Sauce PANS;
POTS, OVENS and LIDS ;
P.ate LOCKS. Pad LOCKS ;
AWLS. Jack PLANES, Drawing KNIVES;
Hani! Saw FILES, SCISSORS;
Bagging NEEDLES. Cotton CARDS ;
HAMMERS, TACKS, NAILS:
SHOT, POWDER. Gun TUBES :
Water Proof CAPS, G D CAPS ;
Curry COMBS, SIEVES, Water BUCKETS.
Sulphate QUININE, Castor OIL, Sweet OIL :
Epsom SAL IS. Wright's Indian PILLS ;
PAREGORIC, LAUDANUM, VERMIFUGE:
PAIN KILLER, Blister PLASTER, Sticking
CREAM TARTAR, Ac.
Rio and La-itvr.i COFFEES ;
Cru=h, Granulated, and Brown SUGARS;
SODA, STARCH, Black PEPPER:
INDIGO, MUSTARD ;
PICKLES, SARDINES, Can TOMATOES ;
TEA, Soda CRACKERS, Ginger SNAPPS;
Chswinz an i Stnokiuz TOBACCO. SEGARS;
MACKERK[J. CHEESE, GELATINE;
TABLE SALT, GINGER, Ac.
Celebrated Arrow IRON TIES :
Fire CRACKERS. Assorted PIPES :
Looking GLASSES, STATIONERY, Assorted :
Axle GREASE, Ac, Ac.
And ru my other things too numerous to men
tion. So cal! and examine CALICOES at 12*,
15, 18, 20 and 25 cts., and eat CHEESE at 25 cts.
Thc Goods ?ill bo shown freely, even if custo
mers do not purchase.
W. F. ROATH & CO.
Richardson ville, S. C., Nov. ll 2t46
WE WILL SELL ON MONDAY, thc 9;h
December next, at thc residence of the
late Charlotte Ouzts, dee'd., ail the property be
longing to the Estats of DAVID ?UZTS, doe'd.,
FAT AN L) STOCK HOGS,
CORN, FODDER, SHUCKS,
OATS. AV II EAT,
COTTON. ONE GIN,
PLANTA HON TOOLS,
KITCHEN UTENSILS, Ac, Ac.
L. BROOKS. ) E ,
T. J. OUZTS, J hxora
The Legates will also sell at the same time
and place, (if not sooner disposed of,) THE
PLANTATION on which Deceased lived, con
?istieg cf dSl Acres of Laud,-about 300
of which are cleared, with good improvements
gool Gin House, Barns, and all necessary out
This Piant.i ion is si'uatel in a very desirable
and healthy section of country, with splendid
wa'er ?nd every convenience. CufiVc Town Creek
run i through the Tract, on which there arc some
tin; Bottom landa.
Nov ll 4t 4f?
WILL le REXTED at EdRcfi?-ld C. H., cn
tir>t Monday in Dtccmber next, for the
year. 1SCS. tl.o SIORE-HGOMS now occupied
respectively ly M. Lebesclultz. Jt hn M. Witt,
Truman Roo!, John Colgan, Dave Hnnis and
yffiirTerms-payable quarterly in advance.
D. C. TOMPKINS, Adm'r.
Nov ll :n 46
WILL BE RENTED to the highest bidder,
on the premires, on thc 2d day of Decem
ber i ext, iii' not Rented privately before thu!
day.) f-r the yea* ISCS, that VALUABLE PLAN
TATION belonging to thc Estate of ABRAM
Thare i.? open Land sufficient on thia place, and
in a high stuto of cultivation, for eight oh ten
goods handy. Thoru is a so un the preiuUes :
inrj:.! and ex-jcllout D^elliifr Iiouvu, (Jiu House
Cotton Scrow, Tenant's Jli.u,cs, Rums, Stables
and all necessary outbuildings in good repair.
This place ii situated on the Churlctoa Road
between Mob'.ey's X Road* and the Ri Igu.
TJ?S- plaee is WJM ndaptod to thc growth o
Cotton, Corn and small Grain. For health it i
unsarpa.-sod. Posse^sion given in mediately.
L. P. RUTLAND.
U. M. SATO il EH.
Nov ll 3t 46
U. S. MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
ClIARLSSTOX, S. C , Nov. 7th, Ibo".
NO riC3.is hereby given that the Coraraisaioi
ol' J uar* M. Harrison as Dc; uty U. S. Mar
*naj fur Edgelield Dist:ict, i* this dav revoked.
J. I', ll. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal.
Nov 13 lt46
. ~$20 Rew.rd.
STOLEN from mr Stable, cn ibo night of tfai
31st Oct'., a duri '-av J101'.S;?, nine years old
Mind ia right eye, with full mau? turued on righ
?Me, and oh owing uwrfc vf filiar, mil ra:be
.hort ?-id thin, with white hind lett. Said horsi
U ia i jiu order. Biiugb:ck my boroo aud ?e
J. FUELER LYON.
Greenwood, S. C., Nov 12 2US
J. A. VANWINKLE,
HAS now on hand a SPLENDID and FASH
IONABLE Stock of
Fino Black Cloth Frock COATS ;
" Business SUITS ;
Medium fine Business SUITS ;
Common. " do. do.
Fino and Common OVERCOATS;
Fino Black Cassimoro PANTS ;
" Fancy do. do.
" " Silk Velvet VESTS;
" Block do. do. do.
" " Silk VESTS;
" Fanoy do. do.
" Black Cassimerc VESTS.
Tho Subscriber still continues tho MER
CHANT TAILORING- BUSINESS, and has on
hand ? splendid Stock of CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES, VESTINGS, fine BEAVER, English
CORDUROY, and all kinds of Goods, which
?rill bo made to measure in tho MOST FASH
SHIRTS, all kinds of UNDEil GARMENTS,
TIES, SUSPENDERS, GLOVES, Half HOSE.
Paper and Linen COLLARS, Hair BRUSHES
and COMBS, kc, ko.
j232S-All Goods Bold at the LOWEST CASH
J. A. VAXraKLE,
230 Broad Street,
Under Central Hotel,
Nov ll 3m46
SOOT ANS SHOE HOUSE!
J. W, APEL,
209 Broad St,, Under Planters Hotel/
HAS just received from New York 150 Caec
BOOTS AND SHOES, embracing
Every Style and Quality.
And all of which ho has marked down to the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES. This Stock was
bought direct from tho most reliable Manufactu
rers, and is warranted to be as represented.
My old Edgefields friends and customers are
urgently requested to give mo a cull, and look
through my large and varied Stock. No better
Bargains in thc Shoo Trade aro to be h ?ai in the
city than are offered at my Store.
J, W. APEL.
Augusta, Nov ll tl 4G
OPEN ALL THE TIME !
NEXT TO THE PLANTERS' HOTEL, have
no special " Openine Davs," as Ibo LA
TEST STYLES and NOVELTIES are alway.?
on hand, ready for inspection. lu ul! cates
Satisfaction is Guarantied!
EVERY F ill DA Y, DIRECT
R O i?? W E W YORK,
ALL KINDS OF
GOODS IN OUR LINE.
WE SELL LADIES' AND MISSES'
AND STP.AW HATS/
Of every Style, at from
Fifty- CoBits to Thvcc Dollars.
jCe-IIIGIIEST PRICE PAID FOR Fl'R.S.
Send for Price Lists.
fl 31. R. DAVIS & CO.,
Next door ubovo thc famous Planters' Hotel,
SALES & LIVERY STABLES
KERNAGHAN & WISE*
JL HE Undersigned have opened LIVI2KY
AND SALES STABLES on Ellis Strcot,
in rear of GLOBE HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GA.,
to which they invite thc attention of their nu
Fine Carriages and Buggies and Gentle Horses,
and good and careful Drivers can at all times bc
Horses well fud and thobest caro takon of them.
Give us a call.
GEO. H. KERXAGIIAN,
J. MUNROE WISE.
Augusta, Ott 7 3m 41
State of South Carolina,
Julius Day, AJin'or., "J
Nancy Coleman ct al. J
BY Virtue of an Order of tho Court in this
cauae, I will sell at Edgcficld C. H., cm
Monday, thc 21 day of December next, thc REAL
ESTATE described in the pleadings, to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND containing One
Hundred Aor?.?-, more or liss, adjoining lands ol
E. P. II. Kirkley, Julius Day, Mrs. Jours and
TERMS-St.ld on a credit of twelve months
with intetcst from day of sale, oxecpt costs ot
suit, which must be paid in Cash. ' Purchasors to
L'ivc Bond with at least two good suroti'-s, and u
Mortgage of the promises to secure tho i uichnse
money. Titles extra.
Z. W. CAR WILE, CK HP.
Nov 4 4te 4?
State of South Carolina
TN OR LIS A RY.
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Jeremiah Dunov.int bus applied to inc
for Letters of Administration, on all und hiogu
tar the goods and chatties, rights and crodits of
John C. Salter, late of tho District aforesaid
The3o arc, therefore, lo cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of tho
said deceased, to bc and appear before me, at our
Das t Onluiary'8 Cou rt for th? aaid District, to be
holden at Edgelicld Court House, on the 22d day
Nov. inst., to show cau?e, if any, why thc
said administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this "th day of
Nov. in tho year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-seven, and in tho 92d
year of tho Independence of tho United States
W. F. DURISOE, o.B.D.
Nov ll 2t 46
The Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON will send
(freo of chniji) to all who desire it, thc
prescription with tho directions for making and
using the simple remedy by which he was cured
of a lung aff c-tion and that dread disease Consump
tion. His t-nly object is to benefit thc afflicted and
ba hopes cv ry sufferer will try this prescription,
:..< it will C??t them nothing, and may provo o
blessing. Plc.ise addrosn
Rsv. EDWARD A. WILSON,
No. 165 South Socond St., Williamsburg, N. Y
Sept 18 8m 88
224 Fall and Winter Goods. 224.
GK veil Away !
I. SIMON & BRO,
Nos. 176 and 224 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
FOR GENTS, BOYS AND YOUTHS,
IIA VE RECEIVED their large and splendid stock of Goods for MENS',
YOUTHS* and BOYS wear, which they offer to their Friends and to the Public,
not only in Edgefield District, but to all in the adjoining Districts, at Prices
which must bc considered by every one a3 equivalent to GIVING OUR GOODS
You will find when you call at 224 Broad Street,
THE LARGEST STOCK ?F
THE BEST MADE UP GOODS,
THE MOST FASHIONABLE GOODS,
THE CHEAPEST GOODS,
To be Found in the Southern States.
'.HEAVY SUITS, well ma?s up, from $10
to $25 ;
Fine Ca?simere SUITS, extra sizes ;
? Silk Mixed Cassimdte SUITS, extra
'? ? Beaver COATS, ?ri? vises ;
COATS, PA5T8 as* VJWTA, of every grade
and itv le, ac
I. IIMOM & BRO'S.
HATS, a large Stock and the latest Btyles ;
Fur and Silk HATS ;
Boys and Youths' HATS,
At . I. SIMON & BRO'S.
Woolen and Cotton DRAWERS ;
Merino and Jeans DRAWERS ;
Boys and Youths' DRAWERS,
At I. SIMON & BRO'S.
Fine French Cloth Dress COATS ;
Fine French Doeskin Dress PANTS ;
Fine French Caesimere PANTS,
At I. SIMON & BRO'S.
Fine Black Silk VESTS ;
Fine White Silk VESTS ;
French Black Cloth VESTS,
At_- I.SIMON & BRO'S.
A (all Stock Genii FURNISHING GOODS ;
Fine Linen Ko3oru SHIRTS;
Cotton and Woolen UNDER VESTS;
Merino and Plannel.UNDERVESTS,
??At I. SIMON & BRO'S.
Linen and Pap^r COLLARS ;
Silk HANDKERCHIEFS ;
Linen and Cotton HANDKERCHIEFS;
CRAVATS, NECK TIES, BOWS,
At I. SIMON & BRO'S.
Cloth and Cassimere GLOVES ;
Silk and Lu-le Thread GLOVES;
Woolen and Ootion Half I103E ;
Silk and Lisle Thread Hali HOSE,
At_I. SIMON & BRO'S.
BOOTS and SHOES, a splendid Stock;
TRUNKS. VALISES, CARPET BAGS ;
UMBRELLAS, fcc., &c.,
At ' I. SIMON & BRO'S.
Wc call special attention to the above Stock of Goods, all of which we have just
eceived, and are selling at ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES.
Call when in thc City, and examine our Goods and Low Prices be/bre buying
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
176 and 224 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga,
ESTABLISHER IN 1845. ? fifflMS TRABE.
GUNS, PISTOLS. I
Cutlery, *c. j D. Il WEIGHT & CO.,
-?- 233 Broad Street,
Il OPPOSITE MASONIC HALL,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, and havo in ?toro, . tretn^ip * p *
a full supply of (lie above articles, imported direct AU J LO i A, CT^AIJ
from tho Eugiish manufactories, and offur them I JTJK
at prices bi mit th? time?, consisliug of ILJLAYJNG removed to thc abovo LARGE and
DOUBLE-BARRELED (JURS, all qwriittei COMMODIOUS STORE, an.l opened a Stock of
and prices. Arning lucui arc n number ol POW
ELL'S CELEBRATED MAKE, iu cate. St??iil/? i??'I l?lHfV ?W ?-?nmle
SISGLE-BARRELKD GUSS, Foreign and ?l,lP1C 1 UT) ?W?S|
American. I Unsurpassed iu .
C'dt?. Remington, a:id other Repeating PIS- pv'i<p\>i<
TOl.S. j VARIETY
POCKET KNIVES of Roger? and Werten-? ' AND ATTRACTIVENESS,
holm s mukc. a splendid assortment. .
A lew dozen Eodgers'best TABLE CUTLERY. invite cxaminaii...n by nil buyers. of DRY COODS,
SHOT BAGS,POWDER FLASKS, and GAME whether at WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Wc are in weekly receipt of Goods, nnd our
Ely s Waterproof G .in and Pklol CAPS. Vrictx conform to the low prico of Cotton-and
Elv> GUN WADDING, all qualities. j our Edgefield nad Carolina fritada and custom
FIXED AMMUNITION fur all med Pistols. Crs for the pail tweuty years, will find us pw
ME i ALLIC CARTRIDGES forall sued Guus j i,;ircj to furui.-h th-.ia
BLASTING POWDER and SAFETY FUSE, j GOOD GOODS
Kentucky. Rifle* and Sporting POWDER, inj .
kegs and can.?. AT THE
1?? Hags SHOT, all sizes. TT T T-> - t
A fine stock of RIFLES, of my own make, of V Ory liOWeSb rTlCGS !
a superior quality. ! ...
REPAIRING done in a superior manner omi j "c Inr,te thorough examination of qualities
warranted, at 215 Broad street and prices, by all wishing to get BARGAINS
E. li. RODGERS. : in Dry Goods.
August.-), Nov. 6, 8m l?. ? Augusta, Oct 22 l?t -1:1
NOTICE. \wm iSil S,
HE Subscriber is now receiving his FALL
STOCK OF GOODS, which has been bought ; QT(' W 4 Ti A THF^!
since tho bte decline in Goods. ^ L \J V -Lil J, VXilul 1 JJO,
My Stock consists of EVERYTHING USU-j ?rQ yr
ALLY KEPT IN A FIRST CLASS COUNTRY ! '
STORE. I HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, PUMPS,
I inUnd to confino ?uyjolf STETCTLY TO ? &c< &c & .
CASH AND BMALE PROFITS, und will there- *' * *'
by be enabled to eall at Augusta Retail Prices. ?65 Broad street, AUgUSta, Ga.
JOHN CEIBATHAM, Agt.
.DuntonsviJIo, NOT 4' 3t 4j i VT E nvitc thc attention of thc public to cur
,'- WCU icleoto'd Stock, orabracing suvcral patterns
J KEW ?1\L &$B lYJXTfiR I of "RST 0LASS COOKING STOVES, among
*" which v. ill be found
Gr O O ? S ! ?*. 01ive Bra,,cl1'
-.-r- Thc Henry Clay,
Tn_.. .. . . , . . e The Comforter,
HE Subscriber has jait rt?eired from Char- _" ,, ,
icu? "tn. u. st?k of T?? Htarllistone,
Fall and Winter Goods, J"8 B"?^r;
, - , " . ' THE AUGUSTA COOK, a new and beautiful
( Compruing every class of Goods generally kept gtoTO> m.IIlUrnclurcJ expressly fir us to supply
, in a Village Store. thc wnnts of o'ir people. It being lower in prico
CALICOES from 10 to 20 eis. per yd.; ^ ott?r?' ^s U wilhin tbe r?ach of maQy
Figured and All Wool DELAINES : who aro UDaUo ,0 ?ot Iu?rc ?P?"?? o""
POPT/1NS, Plain,Striped and Chene, all colorf; lu addition to our largo Stock of Cooking
Plain BLACK SILK ; ' Stoves, wc have all sizes of HEATING STOVES,
Ladies'tine CLOAKS and SHAWLS ; GRATES for coal or wood. PORTABLE RA
i Ladios' and Misses HATS and BONNETS ; DI A TIN G GRATES, FURNACES, etc., Ac.
Silk and Velvet RIBBONS ; HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, of every
GLOVES, HOSIERY, HOOP SKIRTS ; variety, may always bc found in our Stock.
???nn.d v,h\ttx.v'roNi:LS; Oorfacilifioi? for ROOFING and GUTTER
01 BRA c LAMA ELS; ING, or MANUFACTURING TIN and SHEET
L.irlcston and Domestic GINGHAMS : IRON WARE arc unsurpn^cd. This depart
Domestic and Bleached OOODS-al kinds . nt ^ undcr ^ ?A supervision o? our
SAlINhl?. OWBkga, ?nd . BANS; , kn'ce in thi. City.
Ladies and Misses SHOES-all kinds; I' e .
Men's and Boy-' ROOTS and SHOES ; SCOFIEL?, WILLIAMS tV CO.,
GROCERIES! HAR?WA?IE??ROCKERY, I Broad Street, Augusta, Ga,
With mnny otter articles unnecessary to rnume-I Oct 22_ _?m;_'
rate, all winch I wi., SELL VERY CHEAP for j For""Sale...V?ry C?e?p.
?L C. BRYAN, Ageat. 'O PIANOS, IO Mahogany CHAIRS, IMohog
n,.t n tf ? 40 \ & any TABLE,,1 SOFA, 1 SETTEE, several
._1_JL I STOVES, ono a COOKING STOVE, 1 Passage
LAMP, 1 dozen Cut Glass GOBLETS, 1 pair
CARRIAGE MAMFACTOfiY,?iSSIA1">s'??BoU"* C6d"T"
.- . Also. 4000 Wilson's Albany STRAWBERRY
?SMITH & mv^m. i -""?" tl"ptr :r;;.';:r '
EDGEFIELD, S. C. Nov5-?-15 !
- " ?To the Patrons ol' the Female
THE Subscribers respectfully announce thai |
they aro now prepared to do all work in thc 1 l/0llCfi[?l
COACH MAKING and REPAIRING BUSI- I c , ., . . . . ,
NESS that may bo entrusted to them, in a work-, E Subsenbcr, having determined to move
manlike manner, and with neatnessand dispatch A to ^ jlhston in tl...= S tate, in a short time,
' wishes to leave no Debts duo-c/<//cr tn him or 6y
Wo have on hand a few CARRIAGES and su- him. He thercforo calls upon all thc P?renla and
porior BUGGIES,of our own manufacture, which | Guardians who owe him for the Board, Tuition in
WO will sell low. I Literary Courue und Mu?ic, and Hooks furninhed
All kinds of REPAIRING donc promptly and fAetr daughter* and marj* during ?SO?, 1800, or
warranted to give satisfaction. ]$G7, to innko an early arrangement for un carly
SPQ-AB woflcll ONLY FOR CASH, ourprices sott|emcnt. M. W. SAMS_.
ar unuBuallr roasonablc. All wc ask is a trial. Nov J __2t^_46
Mar 7 sTT* JOKES. Estate Notice.
_ -_ A LL persons having claims against tho Estate
T o -r ."Rio-?ire of W* R MIDOLETOM, dee'd., aro notifiod
XJ8/W JDI??IIJKS. iu present the samo to the undesigned without
FOR sale at this Office, LAW BLANKS; OF del?j, and those indebted to said Estato uro rc
ALL KINDS at tho uioit rsaionablo prices quested to pay up forthwith,
for Cash. J. T. MIDDLETON, Adm'or
May 15 tf 20 Oct. 9 1S?7 ?ly 41
?REIT ADDITIONS TO OUR LARGE STOCK
HAVING TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF THE DEPRESSION IN THE
arket for the last ten days,
V. RICHARDS & BROS.
Might heavily at the REDUCED PRICES, and are now receiving a SECOND
JITLY of all kinds of DRY GOODS, both fine and low prices, at much lower
tires than they were early in the season.
DELAINES from 20 to 25 cents, worth 30 to 35 cents.
POPLINS from 30 to 50 cents, worth 37i and 75 cents.
One of the finest and most superb Stocks of DRESS GOODS in thc City.
MOURNING GOODS of every description.
3-4 BLEACHED COTTONS at 10 cts.; 7-8 and yard wide do. at I2|, 15
and 18 cents ; Warmatoosa do. at 25 cts.: New York Mills do. at 30 cts.
CALICOES al 8, 10, 12$ and 15 cts.
One hundred and Fifty CLOAKS just opened, from $3,50 to the finest. Cheap
as they were before the war in gold.
WOOLEN SHAWLS, all grades, from $2 to ?10.
Elegant SETS OF FURS at much less than they are sold at retail in New
. York City.
White, Red and Opera FLANNELS, and DOMESTIC GOODS of all kinds
very much reduced.
CLOTHS, CASHMERES, KERSEYS, SATINETS, ?cc, &c, in the greatest
If you would save money, send your orders, or call and buy your Dry Goods of
301 Broad St., Corner by Planters' Hotel,
E HAVE JUST OPENED AND ARE OFFERING AS LARGE AND AS
CHEAP A STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
F EVERY DESCRIPTION, as was ever offered in this city. We do not mention
ices, but assure the people that no house can or will sell Goods Cheaper than we.
H. F. RUSSELL & CO.
Nov. 3, 3m 45
KENNY & GRAY,
238 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.,
ddress themselves to the public in very emphatic terms. Every
Gentleman in South Carolina and Georgia who will
take the trouble to call at our
1RST CLASS CLOTHING HOUSE,
Will be willing to endorse our assertion :
'hat our House contains the MOIST COMPLET]
ASSORTMENT, and the most elegantly
finished Stock of
That has ever fet been offered in Augusta,
???R TAILORING DEPARTMENT
supplied with the CHOICEST CLOTHS, CASHMERES and VESTINGS,
eluding the most delicate ehadirs of color to be found in thc country ; and its ope
tions will bc prosecuted with REN nw Kn CAKE AND ATTENTION on the part of the
roprietors, so that nothing of an inferior character can possibly escape their
Our Stock of GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS will be found complete in
Gents' White Linen Bosom SHIRTS ;
Gents' UNDERSHIRTS and DRAWERS;
White on?! Colored Linen HANDKERCHIEFS;
HALF HOSE of every description ;
Kid, Silk. Lisle Thread, Buckskin, Dog Skin and Cloth GLOVES ;
NECK TIES, ROWES, BUTTERFLIES; SCARFS, ?kc ;
Linon and Paper COLLARS, eec, ??c.;
TRAVELLING SHAWLS and BUGGY RUG GS, fcc.;
So that our patrons can supply themselves at our House with every article they
?av require. .
KENNY & GRAY.
Ansu??a, Oct 22
??R OLD AND NEW FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS WILL BE SUP-,
lied as usual with the best of
?roceriesand. Articles Used by Planters
T THE VERV LOWEST PRICES, at thc oUl Si?nd of Esma & CLARK.
JOHN M. CLARK & SONS,
273 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
0'DOWD & MULHEKIN,
283 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
?AVE NOW ON HAND FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE
:ie largest and most complete Stock of GROCERIES in the City. Our Stuck
aving been purchased before the advance in Gold, we vre prepared to sell
X^OAAT -A.S THE LOWEST.
'SSgrMcrchanls and Planters and Planters visiting our City would do well lo call
eibre purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta, Oct 22 Sm 43
To the Boot and Shoe Buyers of
South Carolina !
BOOTANO SHOE EMPORIUM
Great Reduction in Prices !
WE ARE SELLING ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
Stocks of BOOTS AND SHOES ever opened in this City. An experience of
Twenty years, and buying strictly for ('ash, enables us to sell our Goods from
25 lo 35 per Vvnt Cheaper than any other House.
U?gPCali and examine. A trial will convince. Goods freely shown, and one
MILES' CELE H RATED BOOTS AND SHOES always on hand. Also
WOOD'S CELEBRATED BROGANS, and all other Manufacturer's work of
MR. CARROLL wishes his old friends and customers lo understand that
lhere is no Shoddy or Paper Slufi'ed Shoes kept in this Establishment. Our Goods
?^gT'Orders respectfully solicited.
E. P. BLODGETT & CO.,
AuguBta(No,4 202 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga, ^
.'mal! Advance at Actual Cost!
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET
illina, Glass ?iid Crockery Ware,
LOOKING GLASSES, .
iilvcr Plated Goods, Knives & Forks,
KEROSENE OIL AND LAMPS,
LAMP GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
)RUGS AND MEDICINES,
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS,
TOILET AND OTIIER SOAPS,
ind hundreds of other Goods too numerous to
aention, all [of which arc very " Good to have
bout the House," and at or about old Gold Pri
Rcmcmbor tho placo : 149 City Hotel
luildings, Augusta, Ga.
J. W. BROWN,
LATE MOORE i BROWN.
Augusta, Oct 22 2D>J3
ESTABLISHED IN 1850
rllfi Subscriber would respectfully inform the
tho citizens of Edgcficld and tho surround
ed country, that ho keep? a SPECIAL ESTAB
LISHMENT for tho REPAIR of WATCHES
nd JEWELRY. All work entrusted to his care
rill bo executed promptly, neatly, and warrantod
or ODO year.
At Lin Store will bc found one of the largest
Gold and Sil?er Watches,
)f the best European and American manufacture
in the Southern States, with a select assort
EUCH AND NEW STYLES ETRUS
CAN GOL!) JEWELRY,
Set with Diamonds, Penfls, Rubies, Oriental Gar
nets, Coral, Ac. Also,
Solid Silver Ware,
PULL TEA SETS, WAITERS, ICE
AND WATER PITCHERS, CAS
TORS, GOBLETS, CUPS,
And everything in thc Silver Ware line.
FINE SINGLE AND DOUBLE BARRELED
G li IV S.
bolt's, Smith Si Weston's, Cooper's, Remming
ton's, Sharp's, Derringer's
And many others of the latest invention.
FINE CUTLERY, SPECTACLES, WALKING
CANES, PERFUMERY, PORTMONAIES,
AND FANCY GOODS
Df every variety to be found in a first class Jew
Ono Door below Augusta Hotel,
1G3 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Octl . 6m 40
FALL TRADE, 1867.
JAS. G. BAILIE & CO.,
ESAYING just received their full supplies of |
JARPETS of DIRECT IMPORTATION, res
pectfully cull tho allen lion ot' the citizens of Au
rustn and vicinity, tu their large aud beautiful as
Raglisfa BRUSSELS, in entirely new s'.yles
Kn dish Velvet CARPETS
Three-ply CARPETS of superior quain.., in new
[ngr.iiu CARPETS of host quality and latest de
All Wool Du!ch. and Jute CARPETS
Venetian CARPETS, al! width*, for Hulls and
Us: and Rag CARPETS
Other gnuie* of CARPETS, at very low prices 1
ST AI ii RODS, ..?i widths required
l\ large ?leek 'if RUGS, of nil qualities aril pri?es
Velvet MATS ?nd Mosaic MATS, h new patterns '
rafted MATS.ind Worsted Bordered C uoa MATS '
Sheepskin MATS ami Manilla MATS i
Plain :iT.d lacey best quality Irish Cocoa MATS
Chain MAT-, of ul! shapes
Felt DRUGGETTS, lj .yunis wida
Felt and Woren DRUGGETS, 'i to 4 yards wide
English CRUMB CLOTHS, of be;t quality of all
sizes mude, with bonders
Stair OIL CLOTHS, CARPET BINDINGS,
Velvet ard Brussels HASSOCKS, and
CARPETS made and laid with di.-patch.
?f thc best quality, and newest patterns manufac
tured, just received in
SHEETS of ?2 and IS feet wide
Cheaper OIL CLOTHS, 3 to S feet wide
5-1 and 6-1 OIL CLOTH TABLE COVERS
3-1 and 6-4 TALLE OIL CLOTHS
5-4 FL ANNE fi BACK TABLE OIL CLOTHS, in
Walnut, Oak, Mahogany nnd Paney Colors.
OIL CLOTHS measured for and laid.
Wc arc just in receipt of thc largest stock of
(TINDOW S?AIiES ever offered '*y us iri this'
Market, f.-ui.j i he fi neil to the ehe i pest, male from
? t? 1? fee- l--: g. with ail improved fixture?.
Buff, Blue, Urtu; n:nl White HOLLANDS, for
Sliauc.', ;i!l widths.
WINDOW SHADES squared and put up promptly
CURTAIN GOODS. .
HEPS ?nd DAMASK, for Curtains
DRAPERY TASSELS. CENTRE TASSELS
Silk and Worsted and Worsted LOOPS, large and
small, in grcnt variety
GIMPS of al! colors, for Curtain.'.
LACE CURTAINS ul* very fine quality
LACE CURTAINS of cheaper uuuliiios
MUSLINS, for Curtains
CORNICES of now and beautiful designs
CURTAIN BANDS, PINS and HOOKS
BELL COBBS and TASSELS of ail kinds
Fine Embroidered Cloth Pi;.no COVERS
Embossed Piano ?nd Table COVERS
PICTURE TASSELS, PICTURE CORD and
A now aud full STOCK, Just received in
GOLD PAPKRS, ot beautiful dosigns, and GOLD
BOB DEBS to match
SATIN PAPERS, latest styles, and proper BOR
DERS, to match.
A largo shock or low priced PAPERS and BOR
DERS, tc match
PATER SHADES, in a raric'y of patterns, at
very l?w prices
FIRE PEINTS and BORDERS, to match.
To the above new and beautiful stock of GOODS
just opened, wc would ca!I the attention of those
in want of suv of the abovo articles enumerated.
TERMS CASH ON DELIVERY.
JAMES G, BAILIE & BRO.
Augusta, Oct. 23_ tf_45_
HATS AND SHOES.
VV. D, DAVIDSON - M. A, RANSOM,
"WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL
Men's,- Boys and Children's Hats,
Of all qualities, and
Boots and Shoes,
From tho lowest pri?e Brognn to tho finest grade
of Calf Stitched work for Men and Boys, as
Ladies' and Children's Shoes
In endless variety. All of which will bo sold at
the VERY LOWEST MARKET PRICE, by
DAVIDSON & CO.,
Corner above Globe lietel.
Augusta, Oct 15_lm42
Errors of Youth.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from Ner
vous Debility, Prematuro Decay, and aH tho
effects ol' youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake
of suffering humanity, scud free to r.ll who need
it-, tue roripo nnd directionsfor making the simple
remedy hy which Lr. was cured. Sufferers wish
ing to profit by thc advertiser's experience can do
so by addressing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN, 42 Cedar St., New York.
May 27 ly 42
Come and See
HY LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK
HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
IND IN FACT, EVERYTHING AND A LIT
TLE MORE than is usually kept in a first dasi
totail Store. *
^3~Come and see, and judgo for yourselves
nd remember that my terms arc STRICTLY
?ST'?ll orders accompanied with the Cash will
c strictly and faithfully filled.
G. J. SHEPPARD.
Longmircs, 8. C., ti 42
I TAKE THIS METHOD of announcing to
you. that I am still at my old stand, where I am
ionduciing tho same old lino of business, which
iompriies the usual assortment of
SHELF AND HEAVY
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
tVhich I manufacturo in all its Stylos and Pat
i large assortment, such as Euckots, Tubs aud
COOKING A IVB HEATING
Among which are the justly famous Cook Stoves
' DIXIE," "SUMTER," -'OOOD SAMARI
TAN." "SOUTHERN S'LATES" and "FIRE
SIDE." These Stoves aro adapted to Soutbont
Housekeepers, and there should bc ono in everj*
family in order to facilitate ?nd make Cooking
Cali r.nd make a close inspection of tho Coodk
md Pri?es before you go furthor.
I am not paying $2000 a year for rent of
Store as roouy others arc. Dear this in miud, as
these expenses are not to bc added to prices paid
IIAJIDLRC, S. C.
THK Subscribers oifer f'ir salo that DESIRA
BLE FARM OF FIFTY ACRES, situated
just outsido tho incorporate limits of Edgcficld
Village, formerly owned hy J. H. Mu?s, and ai
present occupied by Gen. M. L. BOXBJUI.
The HOUSE is alargo and commodious GOTH
IC COTTAGE, new and "ell finished, with Eight
large Room?, besides Halls, Piazzas, Pantries,
Closets, 4c, with all necessary out buildings. A
Well of excellent Water in thc yard, a good
Sliting and Spring-House convenient, and a good
Stream of Watur running thr ugh tho Horse-Lot
into a nice Fuh Poad.
There is an Orchard 'if choice Pcr.fhcs, Pears
ind Apples, and a Vineyard of Select Grapes en
Anv or..> who trishes a HEALTHY and 1?EAU
1TF?L RESIDENCE, convenient t i tho \ li! .Co
Uburchts. Schools, Ac, trill do well to look at
i h ii p'ece.
Price, $2,J00 in Gold, or ?3,500 in curr.
EgTGen Bonham or .Mr. J. P>. Sullivan wiU
show thc placo to any one v.-hhirg to buy.
DORN A JOHNSON.
BY an Order from tho Ordiuarv, will be ...(.ld
.on THURSDAY, tho Hth day of NOVEM
BER NEXT, at the late residence of JOHN S.
SMYLV, deo'd.. all the PERSONAL ESTATE
of nxii deceased, co?sif'.iug of
HORSES, HOGS, CATTLE,
torn and ?Foih?er,
WA i ONS, CARRIAGE, BUGGY,
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE.
At the same time rind place, will bo RENTED
FOR THE Y KA lt 1S6S, (save tho Store-House
which. > us already been Rented,) THE MEL?
ING STREET TRACT OF LAND,-?he lai<
Homestead of tho Deceased,-consisting of'?Vcut
Three Hundred Acres of eultiv&blo Land;
TERMS-Cash in Gidd, or its equivalent in
Currency, oa delivery of the Personal Prop?ly.
Tho Rant of Land to ha in advance, In G'dd, ur
its equivalent in Currency, lythe htgbosl liidtler
on the day above specified.
D. C. TOMPKINS, Au'er
Oct 22 lt
TO OWNERS OF WATER POWER, MILL
TnE Subscriber wyidd respcctfullv announce
that he is nov,- prepared'to SURVEY. LO
CATE and PUT IN OPERATION ANY KIND
OF MILLS or MACHINERY, propelled by
either Yvnter or Steam;
Added to a lifetime's experience (15 years 'f
which is recorded in this nnd adjoieiog Districts,)
he h.-s sineo thc war bceu to tuc North inspecting
and studying the latest improvements in his linc;
and bas made hi? selection in Stctm Engines,
Water Wheels, Mod*l Flouring, Grbt and Saw
He now possesses all tho latest Improvements
worth having, ai Maker's prices,-which Im
provement.} he will guarantee to.give satisfaction
when put in oporntion hy himself, or under his
Residence, Six c.iles below Pino Honso cn tho
Aiken Road. Pest Office, GranitcVillo, S. C.
Mechanical Engineer and Millwright.
Oct 22 tf 43
ALL Persons desirous of PROSECUTING
CLAIMS for INTERNAL RF VENUE TAX
PAID ON COTTON, would do well to present
them to tho undersigned, as ho h,u accepted th*
Agency for E.lgefield District, for the eollci'tio:i
of tho same, from Messrs. Bonham, Duller .t
Persons wishing to make an effort to recover
their Cotton Tax, should icnd in to mo at once
hy lotter or otherwise, thc number or Rales Cot
ton eidd by them, upon which they paid Tax,
and by whom settled for.
My Post Office is E?goficU C. H., S. C.
JAMES A. DEVORE.
Oct 30 5t 41
LFINAL Settlement on the Estate of HA VID
PAYNE, dee'd., will be made in tho Ordi
nary's Office, on tho 1st January 1S18. . Those
having any demands against the said Estate will
present them by that day. The Notes and Ac
counts duo the Esuite will bo found in the hands
of Messrs. BvTLBB & YovxAKS, upon whom all
persons interested will do woll to call.
R. W. PAYNE, Ad'or.
Oct 7_I2t 41
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growth of hair upon a bald head or beardless
face, also a recipe for the removal uf-Pimples,
Blotohos, Eruptions, etc., on the skin, leaving tho
sanie s-ft, clear, and beautiful, can be td>;a&ed
without chargo by nddrcsaing
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, CnEV?ST,
823 Broadway, New York.
Sept 18 8m 38