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'ASK EUTffl?G HOU
KENN Y & (i H A Y,
holesale and Retail Dealer
RHABX HABE CLOTHING
CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
238 BROAD ST"., AUGUSTA, GA,
HAVING TAKEN SPECIAL CARE in the selection of our supplies of
Gentlemen's Ready Made Clothing,
We do not hesitate to say that we are fully prepared to furnish our customers with,
the BEST STYLES and MOST PERFECT GARMENTS. Our Stock of
Youth's and Soys' Clothing
Is not surpassed by any House in Georgia, and only needs an inspection to be fully
Oin* Merchant Tailoring Department
Is supplied with EVERYTHING ? FASHIONABLE, and is presided over by
ARTISTS of well established reputation, who will leave nothing undone to make
THE FIRST CLASS MERCHANT TAILORING HOUSE OF
?gp"We call special attention to our
I^rLi^iiisliiiig . GroocLs,
SUCH AS FINE TRAVELLING SHAWLS,
BUGGY RUGS AND BLANKETS,
BEAUTIFUL DRESSING ROBES,
WHITE LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS,
UNDERVESTS AND DRAWERS,
. GLOVES, dec., ?Szc.
jsgrGentlemen preparing for Weddings, Parties and Balls, will
find specialities of REAL BEAUTY.
JOHN KENNY, )
ANDREW T. GRAY J
Augusta, Oct 15
KENNY & GRAY,
Under Central Hotel,
JOHN M. CLARK & SONS,
(OLD STAND OF ESTES & CLARE,)
218 Broad Street,
* Augusta, Greorgia,
"raTTb-OlesaJL? dh 3FS_otaa.X
Wonld cati the attention of purchasers to their LARGE and
WELL SELECTED Stock of
Which they ofter to the Trade at VERY LOW RATES.
Augusta, Oct 15,
JENNINGS, WARD & SMITH,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION MERCH'TS.
HE Undersigned have formed a Copartnership under the name and style of
JETSTNIlSraS, WARD & SMITH.
They will transact a Warehouse and General Commission Bu
siness, and offer their services-to their friends and the public. They pledge their
.undivided attention to all business entrusted to them.
Their Fire-Proo^. Warehouse is- located on McIntosh street the
'Centre of the Cotton Trade"of Augusta, and they have pleasure in announcing that
they have secured the services of* Mr. E. BUSTIX, who will take charge of the Cor
respondence and Books.
?jgpLiberal Cash Advances will be made on Consignments.
T. J. JENNINGS, Augusta,
R. IT. WARD, Green County, Ga.,
JOSEPH T. SMITH, Elbert Co., Ga.
Augusta, Oct 15 lm 42
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON, SO, ll
THE FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF
CHARLESTON would respectfully inform
parents and guardian? of young Gentlemen desi
rous of obtaining a Collegiate education, thai thia
Institution has been re-opened under very favora
ble auspices, and-at a greatly reduced rate of
tuition, tho term? of which are only FORTY DOL
'?Alta PER ANNUM, payable quarterly. Stu
.ni.x from tho intorior can obtain board at roa
nable rate.? in respectable prirate families resi
ij in the city.
ididates for admission into thc Freshman
^'?.nust I/o ablo to translate into English the
f Gunar's Commentaries, Virgil, Cicero's
"^Oration?, atid Sallust. They, must also
'P0,',., n accurate'and minute knowledge of tho
iallbuumar and Prosody.
*n -lr, thoy will bc expected to possess &
Y'or?u nowledgo of Vally's (?rock Gr.iuiinar,
*BtD?l\lit?Tn, and %a ab:e to translate ano.
parse weaj?nc?s any portion of Jacobs' Or; ck
Reader, ,jr?tt two, 0f Xenophon's Ana
basis, aiho ?Mt t?ok of i|OIUer'8 niiaj.
In M?tth*-ir knowledro will be ex
pected to d(} Arj,i,nie:!c (includes fractions,
vulgar ana jmal ) Ex,r;xction ",.. <-,.":".? and
Cub.- ?oo^un^v Algebra ibrouab Simple
.Equations, .fa fi thrce bookj of LegCDdro's
Geography Ancicnt Md Modern, will bc
tfb,.subject o? "ao?nation.
'* 7??T8 WILL BE ADMITTED
1PPLICATICCOURSE UPON SP1CAL
N- B' ^'??S? LL. D., President, Profes
' Enr?.S?hriW Economy, and the Evi
* Etta ?d' K?'??/Professor of the
and Greek AntiqDSDaS? and of Roman
LEmWy!Sp?y.?^ofe.Sor of Astrono
? A PORCHER, Aw . , "
Ancient and Ms.dern^ofessor of History,
English Compo?tioit0"0' .Bel,? Lo?c??
F. S. HOLMES, Pj?N|.# ?. ,
Paloontology and Zo'f?f? ?f Geology
*f .1T Curator of the
u SecJIBBES, M. D.,
Ort. lt ' * tho Faculty
6b . .
Reform Medical College,
AT MACON, GEORGIA,
WILL BE OPENED ON THE FIRST MON
DAY IN NOVEMBER next, for tho first
time since the war. The courso of instruction
will be thorough, nnd tho ratos tho samo as for
merly. .An ablo Faculty will occupy tho chairs.
One beneficiary will bo taken from each Con
gressional District, aadfljl disabled Soldiers will
bo taught gratuitously. ?or further information
M. S. THOMSON, M. D., DEAN.
Oct 9_: 2t_41_
X Pursuance of the last Will and Testament of
J ROBERT ELLIS, dee'd., wo will sell, by pub
lic auction, on-tho premises, tho wbolo of the
REAL ESTATE of ROBERT ELLIS, dee'd.,
comprising in the wholo
Tho said Land has been laid off in SMALL
TRACTS from 201 Acres downwards, and will bc
sold accordingly in separate Tracts. On most of
the Tracts a-e improvements. On one of them
THE HOME TRACT-is a very good Dwelling
Huuse, and all necessary outbuildings in com
Thc Lai.J lies within a short distance of Due
West, Abbeville District, where Malo and Female
Colleges are in a flourishing condition.
The Salo will take place on
Tuesday, 30th October inst.,
At which time will bo sold by auction,
HORSES, 31 ULES,
HOUSEHOLD d- KITCHEN FURNITURE,
65 Shares G. & C. Railroad,
Ac, ?c, kc
Torms matre known on day of sale.
JOSEPH ELLIS, ) v ,
' j Ex'ors
MAGGIELS PILLS and SALVE. "Price 25
ct?, por Box. for salo by
- - TEAGUE? CAR WILE.
OcLTV ?* t? 42
H. F, RUSSELL & GO.,
H. F. RUSSELL, W. DANIEL, J. J. RUSSELL.
ARE NOW OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
One of tho LARGEST ond BEST SELECTED
In the Southern States.
NO HOUSE SOUTH CAN OFFER GREATER
FACILITIES IN VARIETY, STYLE OR
PRICES THAN OURSELVES.
To Country Merchants
We would specially cail attention and invite them
to examine oar Stock beforo purchasing.
IIV DRESS GOODS.
Mouslin DeLaines, Figured and Plain, half cotton,
Mouslin DeLaines, " - " all wool,
Poplins, Figured and Plain, Plaid and Striped,
Real Irish Poplins in Black, Colored and Rep.,
3-4 and 6-4,
Plaid, Striped and Rep Silk Mohair,
"Milang" and De Beges, Goods for Traveling
French Merinos and Cashmeres,
English Merinos and Thibbett Cloths,
Cobergs, Alpaccas, and Canton Cloths,
Lupin's Super Black Bombazino,
Turin Cloth, a new and beautiful article,
Empress and Brmin Cloths,
Plaid Roubaix and Gresalle Poil D'Ghois,
White and Colored Rep. and Plain Silks,
Ribbons, Trimmings, Battons, ?c., in great
Jackorot Nainsook Mall Muslin and Swiss Mas
Striped, Plaid and Colored Muslins,
French, Swiss and Pearl Swiss Muslin for party
French Organdies and Tarletons, warranted to
wash., for party dresses,
Linen Cambric and Linen Lawn,
Pure Irish Linen, undressed,*
Bird'f Eyo and Russia Diaper,
Undressed Cambric for Ladies skirts,
Percale, a French article for skirts,
Undressed Cambric for skirts,
Huckaback and Damask Toweling,
Damask and Huckaback Towels,
.4 to 13-4 Damask Table Cloths,
Tabla Sjamask, by the yard,
10-4,1?4 and 12-4 Marseilles Quilts,
White nd Colored Tidios,
DamasE Doyles and Napkins.
Men, Women and Children's German Hose,
" ". English Hose,
" " ' Gloves, in every va
Real French Corsets,
COTTON AND WOOLEN GOODS.
8-4,10-4 ard 11-4 Bleached anti Brown Sheeting,
"-4. 7-8 anc. 4-4 Ble'ched and Brown Shirting,
Striped and Plain Cotton Osnaburgs,
Marlboro Stripes and Plaids,
Bleached and Brown Jeans,
Plaid Linsoys, Plains, Kcrsyss-nd Kentucky Jeans,
Tweeds, Satinets and Cassimeres,
Calicoes Mn every style, English- French and
White and Red Flannels,
Opera Flannels, nil colors,
French Broad Cloth,
Doe Sita Ci;ssimere,
Brown Linea ?ind Corsot Joans,
6-4 Cloaking, for Ladies' Cloak?, black and
Bluck and colored Merino and Cashmere Shawls,
Breakfast Capes, Sontags and Nubias.
The public arc invited to call and examino for
themselves, n we hope, by politeness and atten
tion, to continuo the liberal patronage heretofore
extended to us as truly
Augusto, Oct 10 2ttl
ADMINISTRATOR'S S ALE,
IN pursuance of an order from the Ordinary I
will jell at thc loto resilience of HENRY C.
HERLONU, Uec'd., on
Thursday, 8th November next,
ALL THE ESTATE of tho said deceased, Real
as well as Personal.
Plate of the Land will bc exhibited on tho doy
of Salo. Pe-sons desirous of seeing the land can
obtain all necessary information from Mr. W. F.
Born, near tao place.
The personalty consists of
STOCK OF ALL KINDS,
CORN, FODDER, WHEAT, OATS,
Such as are usually found on a well stocked
HOUSEHOLD, KITCHEN FURNITURE, ?c.
TERMS-The land will bo sold on a credit of
Twelve Months with interest from day of salo,
purchasers giving notes with adequate personal
suretios, and a mortgage on thc premises to secure
the purchase money.
The Terms of sale of the personalty, will be
Cash in specii.
H. T. WRIGHT,
Adm'r cum testamento annexe
_Oct. 15, _ 3t_ 42
IN pursuance of an order from W. F. Durisoo,
Ordinary, I will sell at the residence of tho
late P. J. CASWELL, dee'd., on THURSDAYS,
the 1st day of NOVEMBER NEXT, tho PER
SONAL ESTATE of said deceased, consisting of
i . HORSES, CATTLE, HOGS,
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
CROP OF CORN, FODDER, 4c.
' Terms Cash.
Z. W. CARWILE, Ex'or.
P. S.-On the samo day will be RENTED, the
PLANTATION of said deceased.
Oct 13, tf 42
IN Pursuance of an Order from W. F. Durisoe,
Ordinary, I will sell nt the late rcsidenco of
HIRAM A. FELLERS, dee'd., on FRIDAY, the
9th of Novombcr next, all thc REAL ESTATE,
and that portion of tho PERSONAL ESTATE
not previously disposed of, consisting of the fol
lowing properly, viz :
THE HOMESTEAD TRACT, situated on
Halfway Swamp, adjoining lands of Wiley Hollo
way, Henry King and others, containing Three
Hundred Acres, moro or less. On this place is a
good Dwelling House, with?>tkcrnecessary build
ings. About 75 acres in cultivation, a portion of
which is bottomland.
THE JORDAN TRACT, adjoining lands of#
CartcrBurnct, John Butler and Mrs P. S, Brooks,*
and containing about Three Hundred and Six
Acros. This '.Cract has about 50 acres ia cultiva
tion, a part of which is also bottom land.
The Personal property consists of
HOUSES, MULES, CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP,
COEN, FODDER, COTTON,
One Wagon, One Carriage, One Baggy,
Blacksmith and Plantation Tools,
Honsohold and Kitchen Furniture, ?c., kc.
TERMS.-Tho Real Estato will be sold on a
credit cf twelve months, with interest from day
of salo. Tho purchasers will bo required to give
t.vo securities ind^a mortgago of tho land to se
cure tho payment.
The personal property will bo sold for Cash in
Specio, or its equivalent.
CALEB WALTON, Ex'or.,
In right of his wifo.
Oct 13 4t 42
The Cotton Tax.
COTTON PLANTERS of Edgcfidd District
will pleas) take nolioo that 1 have been ap
pointed DEPUTY COLLECTOR of tho Third
District, at Hamburg, S. C., to collect Tax on all
Cotton forwarded to Hamburg or Augusta. I am
prepared at al times to attend to this duty, and
hopo partios concerned will take notico and
govern themselves accordingly.
Cotton Tax Collector 3rd Dist., S. O.
Hum burg, Od 1, 4t 40.
NEW FURNISHED AND BEFITTED,
[BY ANY HOTEL SOUTH?
. WILL BE
Re-Opened to tue Public Oct. 8, I860.
T, S. NICKERSON,
Lato of Mills Houso, Charleston, and Proprietor
of Nickerson's Hotel, Columbia, S. C.
in, and Propricti
Augusta, Oct 10 2t 41
i E. BOWERS,
HAMBURG, S. C.,
AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, BACON, LARD, FLOUR,
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE,
j TOBACCO, SEGARS, ?c.,
HAVING changed his Grocery Agency into a
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS will take
great pleasure in meeting tho wants of his old
Friends and Customers.
He will pay tho HIG HEST PRICE for COTTON,
COUNTRY PRODUCE, <tc, or will receive the
samo on Storage.
f?S* Consignments respectfully solicited.
Farmers and Planters, and the public generally,
will find it to their interest to give mo a coll.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Oct. 1, tf 40
W, IMUII8 I %
CHURCH ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES will* bo made
on COTTON Consigned to either House.
Charleston, Oct 10 3m41
For thc Plantation,
And thc Home Circle.
A.T the request of the Publisher, I am' now
acting as Agent for the SOUTHERN CULTI
VATOR, an indispensable Agricultural Journal,
published at Athens, Ga. Terms, $2 per annum.
Every Farmer, Planter and Horticulturist in
the South should be a reader of tho CULTIVA
? tS^Spccimcn numbers may bo seen at the
Adicrtincr Office. . *
D. R. DURISOE.
' Sept 17 tf 33
A. S. WILMINGTON & CO.,
City Printers, No. Ill Ea?l Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TERMS.-Daily ono year, $10,00,-Si.tmonths
$5,00. Tri-wcckly ono year, $3,00,-Six months
D. R. DURISOE, Agent
THE DAILY PRESS.
A CHEAP PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
Subscriptions will bc rccoived for the DAILY
PRESS at the following rates
Ono Year, in advance.$5 00
Six Months, in advance . 3 00
Three Month?, in advance. 2*00
Postmasters are nuthorized and requested to
act ?s .Agents in receiving and forwarding sub
scriptions to this office, and will be allowed the
usual per ccntogc in such business.
E. H. PUGnE,
Publisher Daily Press,
Sept. 12 st 37
SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE,
THIS well known religious family newspaper,
commences itt THIRTIETH VOLUME, in
January, 1SG7, under thc editorial control of thc
REV. E. IL MYERS, D. D., Who has conducted
it for tho past twelve years.
Devoted to Religion and the interests of tho
Church of Christ-nn organ of tho Methodist
Episcopal Church South, iii tho south-Eastern
States-of high literary, chara? tor-having*monr
its contributors and correspondents many pf tho
most eminent divines in that Church, and giving
duo attention to every question of public impor
tance, to facts is Scienco and Art, to the News, to
the Markets, oto., etc., wo deem it the very paper
for the Family, whcroLut ono paper is taken, and
worthy a place with tho best whero several are
Besides, it is emphatically tho paper for the
poor man, (and such wo all arc now)' for it is
cheaper, stylo and size considered, than any pnper
in tho Southern States.
As a medium of ostensivo country advertising
it is tho best paper in tho South-East, having a
wido range of circulation, and a largo list of sub
scribers in South Carolina, Georgia, Florida and
Any person sending $30 00, will bo entitled to a
copy of the paper for ono year, for this service.
Thoso wishing to subscribo may remit by mail,
or apply to tho nearest itinerant preacher of thc
Methodist Episcopal Church South, all of whom
aro Agents for.tho pape/.
Terms ;-Three Dollars for one year ; Two Dol
lars for eight months; Ono Dollar for
Invariably,,Cash in advance. When tho money
is exhausted, tho paper is discontinued.
J. W. BURKE, ? CO.,
Oct 1 5t 40
100 Hands Wanted
FOR THE WEST.
WANT to employ ono hundred hands for the
Arkansas River. Frceduion who aro willing
to work for good wages and good Rations will
please call on mo at Edgcficld Court Houso for a
S. F GOODE.
Oct. 8 2t 41
PROM and after Monday next, I will furnish
regularly on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days, between' daybreak and sunrise, at the old
BEEF, MUTTON AND PORK,
Of tho best quality that can bo found in tho coun
try. To give satisfaction to all, will berny ear
Prioes reasonable; TcrmsCash. Givemoocall
on tho days mentioned.
I will also have Market on Saturday evenings
at 4 o'clock.
On hand a few barrols CORNED BEEF. Also,
JOHN S. GOODMAN.
Oct. 3, tf 40
WILL BE SOLD, by permission of W. F.
Durisoc, Ordinary, on TUESDAY, tho
23rd Oetobcr inst., nt the residence of THOMAS
HOWLE, all tho personal Estato of GEO. W.
MORGAN, Dcc'd., consisting of
HORSES, MULES, CATTLE, HOGS,
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
Ac., ?tc, ?fcc. .
Also, his interest in TWO STILLS.
Terms of Sale, Cash.
Z- W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.,
Oct 2 3t 40.
ER FAILING REMEDY FOR CHILLS
AND FEVER. For salo by
TEAGUE A CARWILE.
Oct. 10 tf 41
WHOLESALE AND RET AI DEALERS IN
Has on Hand and receiving daily a large and well assorted Stock of
LAKES, MISSES, CHILDREN, GENTS and BOYS
9 si tk^mm a ss
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION that can be had in ANY MARKET.
Merchants and Planters
Would do well to call and examine my Stock before purchasing
elsewhere. It is my determination to keep a
FIRST CUSS SHOE STORE!
My motto is . '
" QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS
ONE PRICE, AND CHEAP FOR GASH!"
^TDont forget the place.
182 1-2 Broad Street, next Door above Mrs. A. Fredricks,
53PT. W. HENRY, late with BONES & HENDERSON, will be
pleased to see his old friends at M. COHEN'S Shoe Emporium.
Augusta. Sept 3 3m 3G
NOTICE TO PLANTERS
WE ABE RECEIVING /
AND WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
WHICH WE WARRANT GENUINE.
CRUMP, DAVISON & CO,
No. 209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Established in Charleston in 1837,
. And in Augusta in 1818,
THE Subscribor tnkc3 pleasure in informing
tbu residents of Edgcfield and the adjoin
ing Districts that he has been appointed Agent
for thc THREE BEST PIANO*MAKERS
IN THE WOHLD, viz.
STEINWAY ck SONS, New York,
CHICKERING Ji SONS, Boston,
HAZELTON BROS., New York.
And ho will sell their Instruments at FACTO
RY PRICES, with freight added.
Porsons wishing to purchase a SUPERIOR j
Pi ASO FORTE please send for Circulars
and Illustrated Catalogues, and they will Hud
they < :m purchase from (ho UKST MAKERS, at j
as Low I'rices as they can of inferior ones.
Illustrated Catalogues and Circulars pent free
of all ebar^es.
GEO. A. OATES,
IMO Broad Street,
pSr Also, Agent for Mason <L Hamlin's cele
brated CABINET ORGANS.
Apr 24 tf 17
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE j
on hand, and aro receiving, a
FINE ASSORTMENT of ,
Which they offer AT VERY LOW FIGURES.
They ato also prepared to MAKE TO ORDER
and REPAIR any thing in our. lino of business
at short notice
Cano-Bottom Chairs RE-SEATED at a living
price, at 137 Broad Street, opposite Monument
WEST & MAY,
June ll 6m 24'
W. D. DAVIDSON. M. A. RANSOM.
ON THE FIRST OF OCTOBER wo will ro
movo to No. 256, Brond Street, and will
open a NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK of
Hats and Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Suitable to all ages, scxc3 and conditions.
OUR STOCK has been selcctod with great
care by ari experienced buyer, direct from thc
Manufacturers, and wo guarantee to sell, either
Wholesalo or Retail, AS LOW AS ANY HOUSE
IN THE CITY.
Wo will continuo to keep
Pure No. 1 Kerosene Oil,
With a full assortment of
HAND AND STJTND LAMPS,
Brackets, Chandeliers, Side Lights.
Lanterns, Chimneys, Wicks, &c.
DAVIDSON & CO.
Augusta, Oct 1 . lm 40
w. J. ni.A :... A. J. SJii rn, w. w. KEEN,
Augusta. -. Augusta. Danville, Vu.
BLAIR, SMITH & CO.,
298 Broad. Street, :
.' .?Jugiista, G-?o.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to SALE Ol
TOBACCO, COTTON, FLOUR, GRAIN
BACON, LARD, WHISKEY,BAG GING, ROPE
TWINE, PRODUCE, and Mcrchundiso of everj
$33-Consignments ami Orders respectfully so
Augusta, Oct 1 _3m 40
JUST arrived a large supply of very (?no Fros!
HOPS. TEAGUE & CARWILE.
fiopt 12 tf 37
JONES, SMYTH & CO.,
192 Broad Street,
Wholesale and Retail
STOVES, RANGES, TIN WARE,
OFFER TO TIIE PUBLIC TIIE CELEBRATED
Harvest Queen Cook Stove,
' Of various sizes, cither with or without Copper
This Stove has been favorably known in the
South for several years, .ind from :hc large
number sold sinoo thu War wo can gately recom
mend it ns being juit what u required for this
:;ectiou inf country, and when furnished with
Copper Boiler Conns as completo a Cook Stove as
ever offered to the public.
j Wc also keep a largo supply of general Ilouse
I Furnishing Goods, such as Silver Plated, Bri
tania and Planished Ware, Wooden and Willow
Ware, Cutlery, ??c., Ac.
JS^Wo would call the attention of Country.
Merchants to our Stock of Manufactured Tin
Vfarc, which wo offor to tho trade at very low
JoJ??lS, SMITH & CO..
S. S. JONES & CO. '
Augusta, Aug 27 3m35
CEO. TI. cnriir, | w. n. DAVISON-, | WM. A. wnicnr
CRUMP, DAVISON & CO,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO,
Bacon, Lard, Flour, Grain,
BAGGING, ROFE AND GUANO,
209 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, G JE ORGIA.
WITH a view of extending our business, we
have this day takon in Partnership Mr.
WM. B. DAVISON, who for many years was a
prominent Merchant of this City, and who is
well known throughout thc South. Wo present
to tho trade facilities second to no houso in tho
South, and shall 'keep constantly on hand such
leading articles as oro set forth ?nour Card,
guaranteeing to give entire satisfaction.
GEO. R. CRUMP & CO.
Wo are also prepared to do a COTTON BUSI
NESS, and solicit Consignments from Planters,
pledging ourselves to obtain the highest C?sh
market prices, our MR. DAVISON having had
fifteen years cxpcricnco in tho business.
In addition to our supply of Groceries, cte, we
aro IMPORTING THE PURE NO. 1 PERU
VIAN GUANO, which wo will guaran too gonu
ine, nnd will also keep tho BJJST PHOSPHATES
and only those wo can recommend to Farmers as
a genuino arliclo.
Your business ls most oarnostly solicited.
CRUMP, DAVISON & ?0"
209 Broad St.,
Aug M 3m 33
ISO Broad Street, Angiistn, Georgia,
Keeps Constantly on Hand
All thc Latest Newspapers
Late Novels, School Books,
SUBSCRIPTIONS takon and forwarded a
All ordors from the country will receive prompi
Back numbers of LITERARY PAPERS ant
?SS-Call nt QUINN'S RAIL RO?D NEW?
DEPOT, 189 Broad Street, next door belo?
Conatitutionalut Office, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Oct 1 3m40
FlU in TO MS!
Fresh and Complete Stocks,!
AS CflfiAP AS THE CHEAPEST !
W E have just received and opened our Entire
Stock df Goods of EVERY Description, suited
for tho Fall and Winter Trade, and to which wo
invite tho especial attention of thc Ladies and
Gentlemen of Edgofiold and tho surrounding
country. Our Stock embraces in part,
French MERINOES ;
ALPACAS and COBERGS;
DELAINES and POPLINS ;
PRINTS, .in great variety ;
Canton and Opera FLANNELS ;
Red and White FLANNELS;
BLEACHED GOODS-a splendid Stock;
CLOTHS and CASSIMERES :
SATINETS, JEANS, KERSEYS and TWEEDS ;
Ladies' CLOAKS and SHAWLS ;
NUBIAS and SONTAGS,-Rich and beautiful;
HATS. BONNETS, FLOWERS, very stylish ;
RIBBONS, PLUMES, WREATHES-beautiful;
! NOTIONS, of ull kinds ;
COLLARS, GLOVES and HOSIERY;
Hoop SKITS and-BALMORALS; -
CHECKS, PLAID HOMESPUNS, TICKINGS;
BLANKETS of the best quality:
HATS and CAPS, in endless-variety ;
BOOTS and SHOES, a large and splendid stock,
for Ladies, Gents, Misses and Children;
BRIDLES, SADDLES, COLLARS;
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY and HARDWARE ;
Primo Family GROCERIES;
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, MEAL, 4c, &c,
All of which wo will, os heretofore, sell as cheap
as tho cheapest, Examine our Goods and Prices
boforo purchasing elsewhere Satisfaction war
rantcd to all.
CHEATHAM ?fe BRO.
Oct. 0 tf/ . 41
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
XHE SUBSCRIBER has now in Storo Lis
Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
consisting in part of
French MERINOES ;
Figured and Stdid Col'd DELANES;
Beautiful POPLINS and ALPACAS;
French, English and American PRINTS;
CANTON FLANNELS ;
All Wool Red and White FLANNELS;
SHAWLS, NUBIAS, SONTAG
BALMORAL and HOOP SKIRTS ;
HOSIERY, GLOVES and COLLARS;
Ladies' and Gent's UNDERVESTS ;
Ladies' and Missos H ATS-splendid variety ;
RIBBONS, FLOWERS and FEATHERS ;
BELT RIBBONS-Rich and Beautiful ;
Fancy Doeskin CASSIMERES;
SATTINETS, TWEEDS and Ky. JEANS;
Bleached LONG CLOTHS ;
TICKINGS and STRIPES ;
BLANKETS,-a fino supply ;
Men's and Boy's HATj5-all kinds;
Ladies', Misses, Men's, Boys and [Children'ii
SHOES and BOOTS, in great variety;
GROCERIES, H ARD AVA RE CROCKERY:
With many other articles too numerous to men
tion, all of which will be SOLD LOW FOR
B. C. BRYAN, Agt.
EdgcGcld, S. C., Oct 2 tf 40
Small Profits, Good Value,
And Quick Sales,
Thc Principle of Doing Business .'
I. B. SULLIVAN
nAS A NEW AND DESIRABLE
Fall and Winter Goods,
Bought in the Best Markets in this Country, and
aro offered at LOWER PRICES than the samo
quality of Goods has boon offered since 1SC0.
Call and examine a good assortment of
DRESS G^ODS of Various Styles and Fabrics
RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS and FANCY GOODS
French Kid GLOVES and HOSIERY:
Ladies COLLARS, CUFFS and LACES:
Ladies'Cloth CLOAKS and SHAWLS :
Ladies and Misses Balmoral and Hoop SKIRTS;
nATS, CAPS, BONNETS and FLOWERS;
White. Red, and Colored FLANNELS ;
CASSIMERE, SATTINET and WOOL JEANS;
SHEETING, TICKS, STRIPES and PRINTS:
Linen SHIRTING and DIAPER;
Linen CRASH and TOWELS :
ElcachcJ and Broivu TAKLE DAMASK :
Lambs Wool and Merino UNDER VESTS ;
OVER COATS :
Cas?imcro ar d Cloth Business COATS ;
A Largo Sto.-k of BOOTS and SHOES:
HARDWARE,CROCKERY and 0LASSWARE;
GROCERIES, Bay MACKEREL. CHEESE:
3000 lbs Doublo Extra FAMILY FLOUR,
WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH ONLY.
Oct. 3 1m 10
J. E. COOK. . JILES M. BEJIHY
COOK & BERRY,
. LATE J. E. COOK <fc CO.,.
Granite ville, S. C.,
DIV eooiSi -
Groceries, Drugs and Medicines,
BOOTS/ SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
Granitevilte, Oct 1 Cm4^_
C. A. CiiE.vrifAM. OSCAU CnEAmAjr.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
TniS well kno^n Hotel has recently been ren
ovated and put in completo order, and will
bo opened on tho first October next for the recep
tion and accommodation of visitors.
The undersigned will boglad to seo their friends
and tho public generally. Every effort will bo
mado to givo enlim satisfaction to their guests.
.Having repaired tho LARGE STABLES per
taining to the Hotel, Horses and Mules left in
their charge will reccivo tho best attention.
HORSES and BUGGIES to hiro at all time?.
CHEATHAM & BRO.
TnE Undersigned gives notice that ho is now
prepared to l avo REPAIRED in a good and
wc-kmanliko manner. WAGONS, CARRIAGES, '
BUGGIES, end other Vehicles that may bo
brought to his Shops, at fair and reasonable pri
ces for Cash.
NEW WAGONS, CARTS and BUGGIES will
also bo put up in the boststyle, and on as reason
able torms ns ? an bo affordod.
' Having EFFICIENT and EXPERIENCED
WORKMEN in my Shops, and a good supply of
tho BEST SEASONED TIMBER, no pains will
bc spared to g.vo ontiro sati?faction. to thoso who
may send theil work to these Shops.
W: W. ADAMS,
Sept. 26_tf . 39
GROVESTEEN & CO.,
499 Broadway, New York.
THESE PIANOS received tho Highest Award
of Merit at tho World's. Fair, over tho best '
makers from London, Paris, Germany, tho cities
of New York, Philadelphia, Baltimoro ond Bos
ton ; also, thc Gold Medal at tho American
Inttilutc, for FIVE SUCCESSIVE YEARS!!
Our Piano? ontain tho French Grand Action,
narp Pedal, Overstrung Bass, Full Iron Frame,
and all Modern Improvements. Every Instru
ment warren''tl Fl VE YEAHS! Mado under
tho .-supervision of Mr. J. H. GROVESTELN,
who"has a practical experience of over thirty-five,
years, and is the muker of over ehren thousand
Piano-Fortes. Our facilities fer manufacturing
en oblo us to t ell -?beso instruments from $100 to
$200 cheaper than any first class piano forte.
Aug 3 _ lyiur 32
(frQfk A .MONTH!-AGENTS wanted Tor
?ip?Jvf six enlirel'i neio articl>s, jost cut. Ad
dress O. T. GABEY' City Building, Biddlcford,
Me. June ( iiwly 23