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Co-Par tnership Notice*
THE Undersigned have formed ? Co-Par tn ership, under the
firm name of GRAY, MULLARKY & CO., for the purpose of
carrying on the Wholesale and Retail DRY GOODS BUSINESS,
and have taken the Store formerly occupied by GRAY & TUR
LY, where thev will be happy to see their old friends and the
public . " " - JAMBS A. GRAY,
. ' AUSTIN MULLARKY,
: J. H. MULLARKY. *
Augusta, October 24th, 1865.
GRAY, MULLARKY & CO.,
WHOLESALE AJTO RETAIL DEALERS IN
Foreign and. Domestic
228 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
AT THE OLD STAND OF GRAY & TURLY,
Would respectfully inform their friends and the public that they are now receiving
one of the largest and most desirable Stocks of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, pur
chased exclusively for Cash, before the recent large advances in price in the North
ern markets; and having a resident purchaser in New I?ork^who exclusively attends
to the purchase of our supplies, enables us to assure pur friends and thc public that
they will be enabled to select from as fine a supply, and
AT AS REASONABLE RATES,
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as any other establishment in the South. Among our assortment 'will be found :
Fine All Wool MeYinos
Rich Plaid Poplins
Plain and Chene Poplins, new styles
Plain Coburgs and Alpacas
Black Alpacas, superior qualities
Lupin's fine Black Bombazines
Figured and Plain Muslin Delaines
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A very Large and Select Assortment of
10 Cases fine English and American Calicos, very superior quality and style, at retail
10 Cases Calico, very low prices, exclusively at wholesale.
In Store a fine collection of CLOTH CLOAKS, new and beautiful styles, and at
Fine Long Cloths, various grades;
10 nnd 11-4 Sheeting of the very best make and quality ;
Fine Satin Damask of superior quality for Table Cloths ;
Irish Linen of the beat quality imported;
Imported White and Slate colored Joans and paper Cambric ;
Fine Embroidered Setts;
Embroidered Cambric Setts ;
Embroidered Collars and Setts ;
Embroidered Linen Setts;
. Jaokonet Edgings ;
Ladies' Undervcsts ;
A large stock of Hosiery
Splendid Cloths and Cassimeres.
A very large assortment of Cloths aDd CassiiOers for men and'boys' wear, con
sisting of Fine Whitney Beavers, superior Black Cloths and Cassimeres, English
Doeskin and Cassimeres^Kentucky Jeans and Satiuet?.
BLANKETS FOR THE MULTITUDE !
12-4 Blankets, of very fine ard superior quality ;
10 and 11-4 Blankets at very low prices;
Black and White Flax Thread ;
A superior article of Flax Thread on Spools, used on Sewing Machines j
100 dozen fine Linen Shirt fronts, extremely cheap, at wholesale ;
To all of which we respectfully invite the attention of the public.
Together with a large stock of Osnahurgs, Shirtings, Sheetings, and many
other Goods too numerous to mention, to which we would respectfully invite the
attention of the public.
GRAY, MULLARKY & CO.,
228 BROAD STREET.
Augusta, Nov. 20, , tf 47.
TO THE PLANTERS OF
WE ABE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH
bf all Kinds, at NORTHERN PRICES, with ex
penses added, which shall be as reasonable as
Planters will please send in their orders as
early as possible, as good Guano and Fertilizers
GE0. R. GRUMP & CO.,
209 BROAD STREET,
Augusta, Nov. 20/ Sm . 47,
I Special Correspondence of the Chafletton Courier.
Washington Correspondence. .
WASHINGTON, November TG,118G5.
The intelligence \ from South. Carolina
strengthens our belief in thc final restoration
of the Union; Andrew Johnson's requirements
or conditions, pr?c?dent to the civil organiza
tion of Seuth Carolina, were such as were
necessary to enable him to control his own
situation. He, in effect, called in this man
ner upon the South to give him aid in his
The elections in the Northern States have
left tho Republicans masters of the field.
They have every Northern State, and they
have majorities in both Houses of Congress.
They have the Judiciary, and. the Army and
the Navy, and the Treasury. Of course, Ac
drew Johnson could not contend against a
party thus reinforced, without Southern sup
port and sympathy. It may be said that his
recent requirements from tho South were an
after thought. It is very true. Rulers and
people must have after thoughts or second
thoughts in times of political agitation.
It is liow believed that the President will
be Mule In his message tb declaro that the
South, or as many States of the South as
may have embraced his propositions, are fully
restored to the Union. He is thus armed
against tbe Radicals t?f the North, and forms
in. himself a nucleus for the gathering of
Northern conservatism. If no Stalo in the
South shall be less disposed than South Car
olina to embarrass the President," I shall ex
pect to witness the admission of every mem
ber elect from the South into Oongrsss before
The applications for pardons are numerous,
but at present they oan receive little atten
tion. A gentleman who pressed an applica
tion the other day on the part of a Southern
officer, was told that until the relations of the
Sontb with the Union (i. c. with the Presi:
dent) were made satisfactory, no moro par
dons would be granted. Thjs is the meaning
of pressing engagements, which aro, In other
cases, offered as the reason for neglecting
applications for pardon.
It might be properly stated to thc people
of the South that President Johnson feels
himself bound to carry out and enforce the
popular decree of s)avpry-a|.jolitiitn hy secur
ing the freedmen in tbe future and f?ll pos
session of their li berty, or against future State
or Federal legislation.
President Johnson, however popular in the.
Soath, would not bo sustained in tho North if
he swerved in this matter. He considers
himself and the' country pledged to take care
that negro freedom be protected. Of course,
any reactionary measures on that subject,
that may bp reported, from the SQlHh, em
barrass and perplex him,
The AttorncyGeucral has remarked thal
the blacks mu3t not be made slaves to thc
lav/, after they have ceased to be slaves' to
individuals. This was. .said in reference to
some report of the adoption in the South of a
plan*to create certain laws whereby bondage
would bo practically restored.
President Johnson's patronaso, with the aid
which the restored South eau give him, will
make him master of the situation. That be
tvilt exert his power with discretion and
magnanimity, and for the public welfare, both
in the South and the North, there }s no
He will be able,- first, to give Southern
members i u Congress their scats in that body.
After this, they and he can take proper
?are of themselves and of their respective
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From tho Toronto Freeman, Nev. 9.
Thc Indemnity Question .More Serious
than thc Fenian Movement.
We confess lo more apprehension of dis
turbances from the government of the Uni
ted Stales than from the Feuians. There
may bo some trouble from that quarter, and
?bouldjtarHej the Fenians, as a matter of
course and very naturally, would be utilized.
The claims which ?ave been made from Wash
ington upon the imperial government for
Compensation for the losses inflicted upon
American commerce by the Alabama, during
the progress of the late war, may lead to
difficulty, lt is to bc hoped the matter will
be amicably adjusted. Should it unfortunate
ly happen that serious complications will
irise, and that they must be referred to the
arbitrament of thc sword, then, indeed, we
may have suftioient cause for apprehension.
The lime that would be cko6cn to send over
thc frontier un army of occupation would be
when we are Ic-a t guarded or preparod, when
: lie mean ofproenring from England rein
forcements and supplies would be cut off
with our ice-bound channels of .communica
tion. It will be then left for us to make tho
best terms we can and surrender at discre
tion. lt wouli be wiser and moro prudent
for us to lcok to such a contingency than be
sceupying our thoughts with the bugbear of
a Fenian invasion.
NoitTH CAROLINA.-Jonathan Worth, the
Opposition candidate, has beaten Provisional
Governor Holden some 5,000 to 10,000 vote*
in the canvass for the Chief Magistracy of
North Carolina. Had the oleotion .occurred
four or five months oarlitr, r,? judge that the
result would have boon ditlo.-cnt. Mr, Worth
?3 a fair man, and has been no deeper in the
Secession mire than Holden. Still, it is not
to be disguise! that thc animus of his succet-s
is hostility to the Federal Government-.a
disposition to show just a? much disloyalty
as will bo safe. Wo have few details before
Os, but we have no doubt that Worth's heav
iest majorities are nearly all rolled up in the
Counties most deeply in'ected with the vims
of Slavery and Rebellion. The Rebel soldiers
and the Rebel magrsntes do not mean nor
.wish to relight the fires of Civil War. They
do mean to show that they return to the Un
ion because they inuit, not because they
would, And it is reported-^-vre trust some
exaggeration-that no Representatives have
bec-i chosen to Congress from their State
who can take the oath that they have not
voluntarily taken part in the Rebellion.
These ebullitions may excito regret, but
not surprise. Time ia required to beal the
wounds of a great civil war. Let us be at
once patient and firm, and North Carolina
will yet subside into loyalty and hearty good
w?l.-N. Y. Tribune.
A terrible accident occurred near Hope Sta
tion, Newberry District, on Tuesday night
last, between 10 and ll o'clock, by which four
persons lost their lires. Tho stage in which
these unfortunates were passengers was com
pelled by the conductor to. proceed, notwith
standing thc darkness and terrible storm then
raging. The vohiclo upset in a gully contain
ing some three feet of water, but what, with
the darkness and confusion, and the heavy
stage pressing upon the passengers within,
four of them were drowned. These are as
follows : Rev. Mr. Coheu, Mrs. Yan Winkle,
of this city, a little servaut girl of hers, aud
We knew tho Rev. Mr. .Cohen very well.
He was a native ol Algiers, had travelled a
great deal, was a very learned man, particu
larly conversant with Oriental languages. He
was nn his way to New York, to publish a
work. For a ntimber of years he had been
a tutor of Hebrew in thc Theological Semina-"
ry of Columbia.
Mr. Van Winkle, the bereaved husband of
ono of the victims, having every reason to
believe that the accident is certainly due to
thu criminal culpability of tho parties who
controlled tho movements of the stage, has
instituted inquiries into tho matter, and
promises us a full expoae.--Chas, News,
For the Advertiser.
Tribute of Respect.
At a regular communicat'on of Conaor'diaLodge,
No.' bO?A, F. M.,"beld on the 18th inst, the fol
lowing Preamble and Resolutions were unani
mously adopted :
WHBBXAS, We have heard with sincere garrow
that our btloved Brother WILLIAM HOLSON,
has boes, through the wiso Providence of the
Grand Architect of the Universe, removed from
our midst forever, thereby inflicting an irrepara
ble loss an our Lodge-tho loss of a true and
worthy brother, and one who possessed many
noble traits of character calculated to render
him estoemed aa a man,' and useful as a Mason.
Thcreforo, be it
Rttolved, That in the death of Brother HouoK,
this Lodge has been deprived of the membership
.fa good and respected Mason, and we of a pleas
aut and honored companion.
Rttolced, That wo deeply sympathise with,
and tender our condolence to, his bereaved wifo
and little ones, in tho sad and sore affliction that
has como upon thom in tho loss of a husband
and father so kind and devoted.
Retolved, That tho Lodgo be elad In mourning
for thirty days, and that a pago in the Minute
Book of the Ledge be dedicated to his memory.
Retolved, That the Se ero tn ry Bend a eopy of
theso Resolutions to tho family of the deeeastd,
and also haro t'a em published in tho Edgefield
.L. II. McCOLLOUGH, See'ry.
Adapted to Every Branch of Bu H in es s
uh ore a Correct and Durable
Scale is Required.
ACONSTANT Ripply alwftji on hand .and
for sal? itt MaQqmotnrer's prices, expenses
from Savannah added, hj
304 Broad Street. Augusta. Georgia,
AG?NT P?jR FAIRE ANK'S SCALES.i
Dealer H Choice Family Groceries,
WINES, UQITIRS. SEGARS, &c, &c.
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Augusto, Nov 20 3m 47 .
Look to your Interest!
IWILL sell at piblio sale, on TUESDAY, 12th
December, at my resign-oe, seven miles East
of Edgofjold, C. IL,
MY STOCK OF CATTLE, HOGS AND GOATS,
TWO BUGGIES, ONE CARRIAGE,
ONE PIANO, ONE SEWING MACHINE,
ONE TV/0 HORSE WAGON,.
ONE OX CART,
CORN, FODDER, .PEAS, WHEAT, RYE,
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
' ?C., ic. ' *
Torms Cash on delivery, in tpecio or its equiv
alent. GEO. Mc. WEVER.
Nev 15 St 46
IWILL soil nt my residence in this Tillage on
THURSDAY tho 14th December next, all my
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
SEVERAL EXCELLENT COWS,
ONE STRAW CUTTER, ;
and divers othor things.
Nov 29 ._3t_4?
ON THURSDAY, tho 7th December, will bo
sold at the residence of the Subscriber, in
Edgefield District, on tho Augusta Road, four
milos above Fury's Ferry, all his
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
CO R'S, FODDER, OATS,
ONE SIX HORSE IRON-AXLE WAGON,
EIGHT HORSES AND MULES,
CATTLE, SHEEP, HOGS,
ONE LOT FINE RAW HIDES, Ac, Ac.
Terms Cash, or Cash Notos with approved se
curity. J. P. NIXON.
Nov 14 ? _ 4t?_46
IS" pursnanco of an order from W. F. Durisoe,
Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield District, I will
prooeod to soil at the late residence of W.
MARION DEAN, doe'd., on TUESDAY, the 5th
December next, all the Personal Estate of said
deceased, consisting of
FOUR HORSES AND ONE COLT,
COWS AND HOGS,
CORN, FODDER, WHEAT, OATS, PEAS,
ONE SET CARPENTER'S TOOLS,
PLANTATION AND BLACKSMITH TOOLS,
0"NE ROAD WAGON,
ONE BUGGY. AND HARNESS,
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
The Land will bo rented at the same time
und place to the highest bidder.
Terms of Salt.-Cash on delivery, in gold or its
equivalent. EMMA A. DEAN, Ad'ix.
Nov. 14. ? 3i _-46^
State of South Carolina.
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq;, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Eostatia C. Abnsy ha3 applied to mo
for Letters of Adminiatratioa, on all and singular
the goods and chattels, rights and credits of
John P. Abney late of tho District aforesaid, doe'd.
These are,-therefore, to cito and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at our
next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be
holden at Edgefiold Court House, on the 6th day
of December next, to show cause, if any, why the
said administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and eoal, this 22nd day
of November in tho year of our Lord ono thousand
eight hundred and sixty-five,-and in the 90th
year of tho Independence of United States of
W. F. DURISOE; o.B.n.
Nov 28,_2t _4?_
State of South Carolina;.
IN ORDINARY. ?
BY W. T". DURISOE, Esquire," Ordinary of
Edgefield District: ... 'Q
Whereof Thomas Bladon bas applied to me for
Letters of Administration, with the will annexed,
on all and singular the goodsvand chattels, rights
and credits o? William Bladon, lato of tho Dh
trlot aforesaid, deo'd.
These aro, thorofore, to cito and admonish' all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the said
decooiod, to be and appear before mo, at bur next*
Ordinary's Court for the said District, tobo holden
at Edgefield Court Houso, 'on tho 1st day of
Deo. next, to show causo, If any, why the
said administration should not bo granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 17th day of
Nov. in yoor of our Lord ono thousand eight hun
dred and sixty-five, and. in the 90th year of tho
DidoDendencot)f tho United States of America.
" W. F. DURISOE, O.B.D.
Nov. 22 2t 47
233 BROAD STREET 233
f. - '?-i Wt : .'?r3P!
IK STOKE ANO TD ARRIVE.
Beg leave to inform their numer?u?'friends
ind patrons, that -they aro now receiving, and
will receive by every Steamer, large invoices of
Staple ?nd Fancy
DRE }S GOODS AND TRIMMINGS,
AND ' " :
The finest and most desirable stock pf. LADIES',
CHILDREN'S, MISSES* AND?OUTHS;
S? DK O DE 3=?,
EVER BROUGHT *TO THIS CITY,
At ;,- ...:y<
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
While we mako BO promises to sell lower than
"ANT OTHER HOUSE," andpreaentno tpuial
pUa for patronage, wo assure all who favor us
with a call that they will be received with polite
ness and attention, whethor thoy purohaiie or not,
ai we ore at all times pleased to show oar Gooda.
Thankful to tho citizens of Edgofield District
for the very liberal patronage bestowed upon np
for the last three year?, we shall endeavor to mei it
its continuance. . I
CHURCHILL ?JOHN TS OX,
233 Broad Street.
Augusta, Nov. 29, 3m 47
A.ngusta9 G-a., 1
HAS JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER !
OF STAPLE imr--FANCY'
UNSURPASSED IN AUGUSTA
FOR BEAUTY & QUALITY.
Tho attention of the ladies is most respectfuUy
solicited to examine this stock, consisting of
Rich figured silks, bPk and colored ;
Plaid poplins ; - .
Striped poplins ;
Plain poplins ;
White alpacca for evening dresses
Figured and plain French meroo ;
Balmoral skirts and hoop skirts ;
Breakfast shawls ;
Cloaks and sacks;
Prints and figured de laines ;
Cassimeres*, satinets and jeans ;
And a great variety of other goods too
numerous to mention.
THOSE IN WANT OF
Will lose% nothing by examining thi9
stock before purchasing elsewhere. He
will sell at
Wholesale and Retail.
DUTCH BOLTING CLOTH.
Augusta, Nov 20_3m 47
M. O'DOWD. WM. MULHERIN.
274 Broad Street,'
WILL GIVE PROMPT AND PERSONAL AT
TENTION TO THE .,
SALE OF PRODUCE;
. AND WILT. HEBT CONSTANTLY
. ON HAND
A Large Stock of Choice Goods !
fr^Call and Give us a Trial..
Augusta, Nov 20 1m -47
-Grocer and Commission
29 9 -Broad Street
HAS NOW IN STORE A LARGE" STOCK OF
SUGAR, COFFEE, CHEESE,
FLOUR, BICE, BUTTER,
?OAP, CANDLES, -
TOBACCO, RAISINS, "SARDINES,
YARNS, Ac, &c.
WINES & LIQUORS
In Barrels and Loxes. - ,
Fifty Hhds, Choice Bacon. .
Together with a full aisoitmeat of erar; article
to be had in Wholosale and Retail Grocery'estab
Augusta, Nov 20 f 6m 47
$20 Reward in Gott;
STOLEN- from my- premises, . ll iniles fiom
Edgofield C. H., on the Fiver Nbteh 'Road,
leading to Abbeville, a incdium-eisad dark.eheinut
sorrel HORSE/mane and'tatt of. a lighter color ;
no particular marks recollected, with thc excep
tion of a few whito spots on'back caused by sad
dle I will pay a reward of $20 in gold for tho
recovery of said horse. . Any information con
cerning him thankfully received.
J. W. RUNNELLS.
LoD?B?vi' f. Pi WvT ?? j?fj .. 8t4?
AVE recently made large additions
to tbeif. Stock, and will keep up their tup
plies by constant recepto..' They now
offer at Wholesale, and Retail :
50 bags prime Rio Coffee.
20 pockets Old" Java Cottee. "'
100 barrels Sugar, all grades.
20 half chests Hyson and Imperial
.. Teas, . r j
10 " English Breakfast and
Black Te: s .
100 whole and half boxes Star Candles, ?kc
10 boxes Patent Sperm Candles
50 " Steam Refined Candy
100 boxes Cheese, N. Y. State and English
?0 farrels Cider Viri?jgAr
100 bags Shoti assorted sizes
50 packages Mackerel ? whole, quarter
and half bbls
50 kits Mackerel and Salmon
5 bbls Blue Fish
50 boxes Smoked Herrinar "
3.cases Sardines, in, quarter boxes
Butter, Soda, Oy s ter and Sugar. Crackers
25 bbls Gibson's; Whisky, all grades
2 Ojeases Old Bourbon and Ca>iaet Whisky
IO " <. Brandy .
5 bbls Rock- Spring Earn :
Holland'Gin " . ' r
Sherry Wine and jpure Juice- Port
20,000 Domestic and Imported Segar?
Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Soda,
Cream Tartar^ Soaps, bar and ?ney,
Wood Ware, Sieves, Brooms,:; '
Brushes, CJothe3 Lines, Matches, .
Lobsters, Oysters, &c.,Tn cans,
Pickles. Sauces, &c.
Bagging, Rope and Twine, ? ,
Salt and Iron. . .::
Augnsta, Nov. 20, , . _ . Ira . 47
SAMUXL H. SroLxiy ' ?:.QKOEQS it Sis ?ET.
J. SIBLEY & SONS,
NO. C, WARREN ELOCK,
HAVE EXCELLENT CLOSE" BRICK STOR
AGE ROOM for COTTON,-wUl either M11
tho saino in Augusta, or make liberal CASI! AD
VANCES on consignment* to Messrs. GUION A
CO., Liverpool, England, or to Messrs. TVIL
LI AMS & GUION, New York.
They also keep constantly a GOOD ASSORT
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE,
SUGAR, COFFEE, MACKEREL,
OTIISKOS ?UTO SEGIES,
Augusta, Nov 20 3m 47
On 3E5L" a xi ci
AND RECEIVING AT
NO. 294 BROAD STREET,
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MACKEREL, bbls. and kits No. 1,2 4 S ;
Brass Bound BUCKETS, 2 and 3 Hoops;
do do KEELERS ;
Iron do do
Horso BUCKETS ; ....
. 125 boxes and half box?? SPERM and AD
Boxos PICKLES, assorted; .. .
TOMATO CATSUP ;
Bbl? and ouef WHISKEY, various brand?;
25.000 Segars ;
TUBS, Palntod BUCKETS;
Boxes M R RAISINS ;
do Layer do
fdo do . .
* d.?_-? do . >! .
FILBERTS ; V
BraiilNUTS; , . . ,
ntrSH POTATOES, ONIONS;
BI GARB SODA", kogs and boxe? i
SODA, Sugar and Batter CRACKER?
BROOMS, MEASURES; : . ?
Sisal CORD ; ^
75 bbls A SUGAR;
75 bbls C SUGAR ; .
75 bbls Crashed SUGABf
Brown SUG1R; " fc?
COPPEB, Rio, Laguayra and Jara-;
For sale row, at Wholesale, and Retail.
Augusta, NOT. 20,
JOHN & T'riOS. A, BONES,
' ... ? AUGUSTA, GA.,
Wholesale aod Betwl Dealers in
RESPECTFULLY announce to the Merchants,
i Farriers and Planters of Edgefield. and ad
jacentDistricti,'.tbat they, are now In receipt of a
VERY LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK of
Which in point of SUPERIOR FINISH.F1RST
QUJiLCpY AND REASONABLE PRITES? wit!
ooi?pare favorablj wlth any similar Boht?la'th*
?e(0M':SlittSv ?d i ... .tdova id wm (
Wrara datelined, eshare^ofore, ta jflvo
entire SATISFACTION','to o? .and alt Thank,
ful td oar "Carolina Wands-forth? liWral ?rad?
they have extended" ti nt Ito-die'-past;^ .bop? <?
offerjtbent^ochindnceniutstaw and hereafter us
will secar? ? a eontinuance.of tbrirpat/onage.
JOHN * TEtOS. A. Ii ONES.
. A?gustavNoT,20/. ' . . , 3m . g
Ci AA? POUNDS1 SOLE LEATHER at 50
~als?, a Jatge lot of UPPER LEATHER, KIP
NOV 14 - et :
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