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THE Undersigned* hay?* formed a Co-Partnership; under the
firm imme of GRAY; ^LLARKY & CO.,.; for the purpose of
carrying on the Wholesale and Retail DRY 'GOODS BUSINESS,
and have taken ,the Store formerly occupied by GRAY & TUR
LYt.w??re they will be happy io see their old friends and the
publia - - ' < JAMES A. GRAY,
r AUSTIN MULLARKY, .
:: J. H. iMULLARKY.
. Augusta, October 24th, 1865.
GRAJ, MTJLLAEK? & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
E?reigii and Domestic
DRY COO OS
; w .
228 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
ATACHE 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, bef?te the recent large advances in price in the North-1
ern markets; and having a resident purchaser in New York, who-exclusively attends j
to-the purchase of oar supplies, enables us to assure, our friends and-the public that
they will be enabled to select fromes fine a supply, and
AT AS REASONABLE RATES,
aa any other establishment in the South. Among our assortment wiil.be found :
Fine All Woor Merinos
Bich Plaid Poplins .
- Plain arid Chene Poplins, nen styles
Plain Coburgs and Alpacas
Black Alpacas, superior qualities
Lupin's 6ne Black Bombazines
, Figured and PJi.in Muslin Delaines
A very Large and Select Assortment of
BE?E ??F? II CAcL?C?Si
10 Cases fine English and American Calicos, very superior quality and style, at retail
10 Cases Calico, very.low prices, exclusively at wholesale.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS !
In Store a flue collection of CLOTIT CLOAKS, new and beautiful styles, and at
Fine Long Cloths, various grades ;
10 and 11-4 Sheeting of the very best-make and quality ;
Fine Satin ?Damask of superior quality for Tuble Cloths ;
Irish Linen of the beat quality imported ;
Imported White and Slate colored Jeans and paper Cambric ;
Fine Embroidered Setts;
Embroidered Cambric Setts ;
Embroidered Collars and Setts ;
* Embroidered Linen Setts ;
Ladies' Undervests ;
A large stock of Hosiery
Splendid Cloths and Cashmeres.
A very large assortment of .'Cloths and Cassiiners for men and boys' wear, con
sisting of Fine Whitney Beavers, superior Black Cloths and Oassimeres, English
Doeskin and Cashmeres, Kentucky Jeans and Satinets.
BLANKETS FOR THE MULTITUDE !
12-4 Blankets, of very Jine and 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 ;
100 dozen fine Linen Shirt fronts, extremely cheap, at wholesale ;
To all of which we respectfully invite thc attention of the public.
Together with a large stock of Osnaburgs, Shirtings, Sheetings, and many
other Goods too numerous to mention, to which We-would respectfully invite the
attention of the public.
G-HAY, MULLARKY & CO.,
?28 BROAD STREET.
Augusta, Nov. 20. . tf .47.
GUANO! GUAMO !
TO THE PLANTERS OF
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH
Guano db IF^oirtiXisscrsirs
Of 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 Ow no and Fertilizers
GEO. R. CRUMP & CO,
20'9 BROAD STREET,
August No?. 20, 3m 47.
Execution ?f Wiri'.
.^WASHINGTON, November 10.-The execu
tion of Wira took place this morning. He
died calmly and without lear, protesting his
innocence. The cborge of conspiracy, which
the Court found against him, includes the
naines cf Ex President Davis, Secretary Sed
don,. Gen. Howell Cobb and Brig. Gen.
The body of Wirz was buried on the llth
at the arsenal, noar the remains of the assas
sinators, at the arsenal ground where Payne
and others were buried. Wirz's grave is the
southern one of a row ?f fire, in the follow
ing order: Mrs.Surratt, Payne, Harrold, At
Tho Court of Appeals will meet in Colum
bia on Tuesday, the 23th inst.
EfsT-Gen. Briscoe, lately commanding at
Lynchburg, has been found guilty, by court mar
tial, of larceny. Ho is dishonorably dismissed
from the service, forfeiting all.his pay and allow
Z?~ A man named Jameson, in Cincinnati,
j wishing, to curtail household expenses, adopted a
novel mode to effect his object. Ho kissed tho
servant girl ono morning, when he knew Urs. J.
would see him. Rosultf. discharged servant girl'
and $12 per mouth saved.
The Commissioner of the Freedmen's Bu
reau, in Virginia, calls the attention of his agents
to their neglect of duty in not enforcing upon tho
I Jrocdmcn of their districts tho necessity of enter
ing into and fulfilling contracts for labor With
planters and others, who ihavo employment for |
them. Ho addB that where employment is offered
, on terms that trill provide subsistence, and keep
j them from dependence on charity, they should bo
treated as vagrants if they don't accept it
63*** THo Now Orleans Crescent says : " Wo
understand that General Beauregard yesterday
formally took charge as superintendent of tho
Jackson railroad. Wc trust that this engagement
will provo all that it promisos. Tho railroad can
scarcely fail to" bo greatly advantaged by it;'and
it ii to be hoped that Goa. Beauregard may hare
every reason to bc sotufiadwith the position.
53*?" The final negro hall took place in Nash
ville, Tenn., last week, tho Mayor having pro
hibited this amusement for the future, tbe "citizen
darkies" flourishing pistols and knives too freely
on th'eso occasions.
Tho Austin papers slate that the Texas
S into Convention is to be called about thc first of
February noxt. -
Lieut. Gen. Grant has Teducod tho volunteer
strength of tho army, until it does not now num
ber sixty thousand men. The rogular army ia
nominally over forty thousand stron.g ;
??Sf" Tho speculators in Western produce are
getting in trouble.. Tho harvests have proved
larger than supposed, and they find it daily more
difficult to carry and keep out of market, for tho
purpose of forcing up prices, tho immenso
omounU of grain centering at the principal points
in tho West.
tggr General Dudley has arrested n?gressos
who were leading dissolute lives at Memphis, and
bound them out to work on plantations, for tho
balunco of this year and all of noxt,
jZSf* A League or Union has beon organized
among the freedmen of Montgomery for tho pur
poso offixing tho roto of wages. Whito labor is
being introduced and the freedmen'will soon find
I themselves without employment .
?g?~ The plaators of Virginia ore well pleased
with tho prospect of an oorly supply of whito la
bor. Various immigration schemes and agencies
have been established iu Richmond for the ac
complishment.of this purpose, and labor is being
gradually introduced from abroad.
??3r Sumner has writton a lotter to the Now
York Indcpondont insisting on equal rights to
ali as tho condition of the now order of things
in thc South. If Mr. Sumner does not get his
rights in this world ho is certain to got them in
tho next. We remember, though, when, ho did
got what ho deserved, (and wc hope ho will bo
paid off again shortly,) and that wa* a good stout
It is stated that General Thomas' ordor
closing the Episcopal churches in Alabama, and
forbidding-tho clergy of that denomination to
oxcrciso their functions, has boon countermanded
by thc President himso f.
?S* Tho quost'on of nogro suffrage was sub
mitted to tho peop'e of Wisconsin at thc election
on the 7th inst, and rejected by a majority of
about ten thousand.
?33- Tho Times' special says that since the close
of thc war, thirty-five new National Banks havo
been organized in tho Southern S tatos, with an
aggrogate capital of four million four hundred
and seventy-four thousand dollars.
p?" The pooplc of Colorado rejected negro
suffrage by about five votes to ono. Are tho peo
plo of Colorndo loyal '!.
j"3?** " You do wrong to fish on a Sunday,"
said a clergyman toa boy ho saw so doing. "Well,
sir," ropliod the boy, "it can't be much harm, for
I ain't ootchod nothin1."
MANAGERS of Eloction for Edgefield District,
will open tho Polls at each election precinct,
on Wednesday, 22nd inst, from 9 A. M. until 4
P. M., and rcccivo the votes of all qualified vo
tors, for MEMBER TO CONGRESS of the Uni
ted States, closo the polls at 4 o'olock, count the
ballots and announce the result, and return tho
ballots and statement of tho rosult to. Edgcfiold
C. H., by 4 o'clock os tho 24th inst, when a Mes
senger will bo elected to carry tho'ballots to
Columbia. E. W. S BIBLES,'
Chairman of the Board.
Nov. 15, '2t -46
Ifool authorized to sav that ono Company for
POLICE PURPOSES will bo recoived by
Uent AMES from each BiUtivUon of thc Saluda
Regiment, and Ahe members of the Company
present to-day, believing it dcsiruMc,' on account
of the size of tho Battalion, that there should be
organised a Company for each, tho citizen's'aro in
vited to assemble at their respective Battalion
Muator grounds, viz: Kemps and Mt Willing, on
Saturday the twenty-fitfh (25th) Instant, for tho
purpose of such organizations.
M. L. BONHAM.
Richardsons, Nov. ll, 1S65.
If such an organization is formed, I will take
great pleasure in. approviog, and forwarding the
Roll, for I think said Companies are much needed.
? E. BIGGEESTAFF;
1st Lt, 25th 0. Vol's., and Com'd'g. Dist.
Nov. 14, '2t 40.
IN pur3uanco ,of an ordor from W. F. Durisoc,
Esq., -Ordinary of Edgefield District, I will
proceed to tell- at tho 1 late residence of W.
MARION DEAN, dee'd., on TUESDAY, the 5th
December noxt, all tho 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,
ONE ROAD WAGON,
ONE BUGGY AND HARNESS,
H(*UFE110LD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
??!* Tho Land will bo rented at tho same timo
and place to the highest bidder.
ferma of Suie.-Casu on delivery, in gold orita
equivalent EMMA A. DEAttf, Ad'ix.
Hoy. 14 - Si 40
CHARLESTON, S. G.,
~ Office, ,118 East Bay,
WILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO THE
* . SALE OE
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE.
WILL NEGOTIATE for tho shipment of COT
TON to the most reliable Houses in Europe and
and the North. And make liberal advances oa
the same.when in hand for sale or shipment.
WILL-BUY GOODS for MorchanU br Farm
ors to order.
WILL RECEIVE AND FORWARD GOODS.
Will buy and sell Gold and Silver.
_WTLL NEGOTIATE the sale of PLANTA
TIONS, LANDS and : TENEMEN TS, when
placed in their core. And on this subject we beg
leave respectfully to say to our friends and- tte
public, that as wo wore born and raised in the
8tat?, and-ongaged in business for thirty years,
and having travelled extensively over the' State,
and aro well acquainted with tho location,, soil and
climate, and feeling in the closest degree identi
fied with you, we flatterourselrpr th'at we can be
.Of great advantage to those who wish to sell their
lands or plantations. Wo are now in sorrespon
dence with friends who are., nativea of this State,
butiecen?y.l?cated in New York, which will give
us additional facilities for finding tho most desir
able purchasers. Wo therefore offor ' oirr SCTV?CCB
to those who wish to dispose of their lands, otc.
To such wo say, send us a plain written descrip
tion of your property; tbodbtrict in which it is
located; whether north, south, east, or west, and
the distance from the county site ; how watered,
and the character of the streams ; numbei: of acres,
and how many cleared and in cultivation ; and,
as near as you can, the number of acres in bottom
and upland f and your price per nero ; with $25 to
cover expenses of advertising : and wo will servo
you to the best of our ability.
IN FACT, will givo their personal and undi
vided attention to ovcry interest committed to
their caro. II. L. J. & CO.
South Carolina-our ovn, ocr native law/,
By her wert n'.ood, and will forever ?tawL
I most respectfully beg leave to return my sla
corc thanks to my friend: and the public for their
long and liberal patronage. / thank them. And
now, as tho late disastrous and fatal war is over,
I am again established in this city; and (as it
wore) commencing anew ; I th crotoro assuro my
frionds and the public that my personal attention
and oncrgy shall be faithfully gives to every in
terest committod to my care. Heneo, I most J
respectfully appeal to all my frionds.and tho pub
lic, and solicit a share of patronage. Born and
reared among you, and thirty years devoted to
business under your own eye, ta my reference.
H. L. JEFFERS.
Charleston, Nov 13 3t 46
NORTH, STEELE & WARDELL,
Wholesale Deniers in
Statiqaery, Perfumery, \
CUTLER Y, "rr
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 167, Meeting Street, ..
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. B. STEELE, C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL, Jr. NEW YORK.
Charleston, Nov 13 3m 46
A3LERICAN LAND COMPANY
Centraroffice, 57 Broadway, N. Y.
JOHN A. ANDREW, President, 1
PRANK E. HOWE, Vioo President,
L. W. WINCHESTER, Trcasuror, f Trustoos.
GEO. CABOT WARD,
ALFRED GAUTHIER, J
OFFERS its services in thc PURCHASE.
SALE, LEASE or EXCHANGE "of City or
Country Property in the South and West: or in
PROCURING WORKMEN, SUPERINTEN
DENTS, TENANTS, or PARTNERS from the
North, or from Europe. Full information fur
nished upon inquiry of
TIICRBER, SOULE A CO., Agent?,
No. 4 State-streeis, (up-stairs,)
Charleston, S. C.
Nov 15 . Im .40
W. H. JEFFERS &TOO.,
(FOBMERLY COTIIRAK, JEFPEP.8 A Co.,)
CHARLESTON S. C.,
ARE prepared to receive and forward all COT
TON and MERCHANDIZE consigned to
tboir care at Orangeburg and Hopkins' Turn-Out,
on South Carolina Railroad. On completion of
the road to Columbia, they will continue business
at that place.
By strict attention to business and moderato
charges, they hopo to merit a share of patronage.
"BROWN & SCHIRMER,
COMMISSION - A J? D FORWARDING
|HE Undersigned have formed a Copartnor
nership for tho purpose of oondnoting a
Commission & Fo.-vr.nlinp Business
At CHARLESTON and ORANGEBURG, S, C.
Consignments of Merchandise for Charleston,
Augusta, Columbia, and all depots on tho Green
ville Railroad and its branches solicited.
Goods arriving from tho North forwarded with*
W. K. tOWN, ' IF. M. SCHIRMER,
Orangchurg, S. C. | Charloston, Si C.
JOHK FRAZIER A Co., Charleston, S. C.
Wi P. HALL, "
T. SAVAGE HEYWARD A SONS,- Auguitn, Ga.
J. B. SuLMYA.v, Edgefield, S. C.
Oct 2 _lm_40
State of South Carolina,
BY W. F. DURISOB, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, James P. A Thoa. L. Mooro, hark np
plied to mo for Lottere of Administration, on ?ll and
singular the goods and chattels, rights and credit!
of W. N. Moore, late of tho District aforesaid
These are, therefore, to oite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the said
deceased, to be and appear before- mo, at our next
Ordinary's Court for the said District, to bo holden
at Edgefield C. H., on the 30th day of Nov. inst.;
to show causo, if any, why the said administration
should not be granted.
Given under ray band and seal, this 16th day of
Nov. in tho year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-five; and in the 90th year of
the Independence of the Unitod States of Amer
W, F. DURL90E, O.B.D.
NOV. 22 at 47
State of South. Carolina.
IN ORDINARY. : <*
BY W. F. DURLSOE, Esq:, Ordinary of F* go
Whereas, Z. W. Oarwilo C. E.E. D. has applied to
me for Letters of Administration, en all and jingu,
lar the goods and chattels, righfB and credits of
William Riddle, lata of -theDIstrict aforesaid,
dee'd. . '
Theso aro, therofore, to cite and' admonish nil
and singular, Uio kindred and creditors of tho
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at our
noxt Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be
holden ntEdgofield Court House, on tho 30th day
of Dec. next, to show cause, if any, why tho
aa:d administration should not bo granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 20th day of
NOY. in the year , of our Lord ono . thousand
oight hundred and sixty-tivo, and in the' 90th
year of the IndepondencVof the United States
of America. ? J* ?
W. F. DURISQE, o.*.D.
SOY. 22, lt 4?
BY Virtue of an Orden* front tho Ordinary we
will proceed to sell at the- late residence of
Dr. JAMES F. ADAMS, deceased, .
On Wednesday, 22tl November next,
All tho Personal Estate of .said .deceased, con
sisting in part as follows; viz :
- ? ? 50 Kales Cotton/
First quality, neatly packed; '. and each Bale eon
i tains 450,pounds.
1200 Bushels Petti Gnlf Cotton Seed,
150 Head Fine Fat Hogs,
18 Head First Quality diules & Horses,
50 Head Sheep iu good condition,
80 or. 90 Head Cattle," !
t ONE YOKE OXEN;
CORN, FODDER AND OATS,
TWO BUGGIES^ AND H AJVNESS,
THREE WAGONS AND ONE OX CART,
- - " - ?tso^--' , *
SOME HOUSEHOLD k KITCHEN ARTICLES
including one splendid Secretary, kc.
Terms,-Cash in GoId'Or Silver, or it? equiva
lent. . S. W. NICHOLSON, ) ...
. JAS. T. ADAMS, . f*Ad ors.
Oct 24 '5t 43
B5i?**The Augusta Constitutionalist will copy
0 times, tri-week]y,.and-forward- account imme
diately. ? ??
IN Pursuance of an order from W.- F. Durisoe,
-.Esq., Ordinary for Edgefield District, wo will
procoed to selloh WEDNESDAY, tho 29th day
of Novembor next, at tho lato resideneo of AR
,-H? deoeasod, all tho personal Estate
of said deceasod, consisting of
COTTON, CORN, FODDER, .;'
HORSES, MULES*, CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP,
WAGONS AND CARTS,"
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
And various other ortioles usually had oa a farm.
TERMS.-Cash on doHverv, in gold or silver.
"EZEKIEL P. "WEST,! AM
ARTHUR P. WEST. | Ad ?"
Oct 30 4t . 41
Horses, Mules, Cows,
Corn, Peas, &c.
THE Subscriber will sell, at his residonce on
the Ridge, on TUESDAY, tho 23th Novem
ONE SADDLE AND BUGGY HORSE,
ONE FINE CHEATnAM COLT,
~ THREE FINE MULES,
Twenty-seven Head Fat Hogs, .,'
500 Bushels Corn,
100 Bushels Seed Fens,
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY, .?
WAGONS AND CARTS,
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
Everything usually found upon a plantation..
^SF'Terras of Sale,-Cash In Specio'on delive
ry. . A. W. Y0UNGBL00D.
Ridge, Edgefield Dist., Nov 6 . 3t45
Look to your Interest!
1WILL sell at public sale, on TUESDAY, 12th
Decombur, st my residonco, seven miles East
of Edgefield C. n.,
MY STOCK OF CATTLE, HOGS AND GOATS,'
TWO BUGGIES, ONE CARRIAGE,
ONE PIANO, ONE SEWING MACHINE,
ONE TWO HORSE WAGON,
ONE OX CART,
CORN, FODDER, PEAS, WHEAT, RYE,.
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,,
PLANTATION TOOLS, . '
Terms Cash on deliver)', in specio or its equiv
alent. GEO. Mc. WE VER.
Nov 15 - 3t . 46
AS I expect to romove from the State, all those
who aro indebted to me will pleaso make
paymont to H. T. WRIGHT, Esqr., who is my
Agent; and thoso to whom Lam in anywise in
debted, will prosent their claims to him for pay
ment. . ' . ,GE0. Mc. WEVER.
Nov. 15 3t 46.
BY order'of "tho Ordinary, will be sold, af
public outcry,- for Conk, at Mt Enon, in
Edgefield, at the late residence of Thomas E.
Chapman, dee'd., on THURSDAY, 30th Novem
ber, all the poraonal" property of said deceased,
consisting or ? ? ? ~~
BLACKSMITH AND CARPENTER'S TOOLS,
Mi PLANTATION TOOLS,
IRON, LUMBER, GEAR, .
ONE BUGGY AND HARNESg,
TWO FARM WAG0N3,*
ONE THRASHER, SEVERAL COTTON GINS,
A LOT OF BOOKS, TWO GRINDSTONES,
. - &o.", k?^ ko,
SOPHIA CHAPMAN, Ad'ix.
Nov 14 2t jr 1
BY an order from tho Ordinary, I shall soil al
the late residonce of S. B. STROM, d'eo'di;
on TUESDAY, the 28th instant, ni'part of .tho
personal estate of said deceased, consisting ot'
ONE: LOT COTTON IN BALES;
ONE HORSE OR MULE,
ONE YOKE OXEN AND CART,
? CATTLE,-SHEEP, HOGS, Ac, Ac. .
Terms Cash on delivery, in Specio or its equiv
alent MARTHA STROM, Ex'ix.
Nov 13 ? - 2L4, 4B
BY order of tbs Orninary, I will sell at my res-^
iden ce, on MONDAY, the 27th November,*
all the personal proporty of John B. Harris, do
oeased, consisting of
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
ONE BUGGY, ic, ic;
Terms Cash, in Specie or its equivalent
- SAM'L. STEVENS, Ex'er.
Nov 14 2t* 4U
I 'WILL ALSO SELL
JP?N the sanio day, my CORN, FODDER,
? SHUCKS, ZOO Bushels SEED OATS, (red
o?d black,) CATTLE, STOCK and FAT HOGS,
BLACKSMITH TOOLS, .BUGGY, Honsohold
and Kitchen FURNITURE, Ac, Ac.
Terms Cash, in Specio or its equivalent.
Nov 14 2t* . 46
3N THURSDAY, tho- 7th December, will be
sold at the residence of tho Subscriber, in
Edgefield District, on tho Augusta Road, four
miles nbovo Fury's Ferry, all his "
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
. CORNI""FODDER, OATS, ' ['
. PLANTATION- IMPLEMENTS, ?
Blaokamith Tools, . . flr
ONE SIX HOR8? IRON-AXLE WAGON,
EIGHT HORSES*'AND MULES,
T . CATTLE, SHEEP, HOGS,
ONE LOT FINE RAW HIDES, ic, Ac.
Terms Cash, or Cash Notes witb approved se
curity. . . - / . J. ft NIXON.
Novl4 " : '4t*. 46
Seed Wb?at for Sale.
Oft Bushels Good SEED WHEAT for
Oil salo. DAN'L. QVAIXLEBAUM.
NOT 8 ' H ii
FLE1?NG & ROW?AND,
Wholesale and B?tail Grocers
No. 296,' South side Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, -GA....;- .
SALT, 1?RON, NAILS.
fi .'. !:?.>"-.* .ft*T>'?::. ?fir''--' ^?I
TO THE PUBLIC.
The undersigned' would bo pleased to nee his
friends of Abbeville and Edgofield District? at
the ahovo place. . . ; . (-??IT
AoiTiata; Noy 6- . . .. Im- 45
(CARMICHAEL. A BKAJ?*S OLD STJ^TD,)
AUGUSTA, QA., ;
W HvO L E S A L E >B-?hA L EB'S "' IN
r.jj tliuinjnD^ liuiivitoi
BllBBOftS, OO&IEBY, GLOVED,
Boots M S&??s, .
j H ATS & CA. PS,
And a .Variety of '? ' *
?U RINDSJ)F rrR;?ISIIISG-.CW)DS,
Such as LADIES' CLOAKS; - ;; > , ??
. Ac., Ac., Ac
- AU o', a deo assortment of
LIQUORS: AND SEGARS !
BS?" Wo respectfully iuyifo Country^Merchants
to call and cxamtne our Stock before purchasing
elsewhere. ... . .
Wo are'thankful,,for ?be.patronage already
own iii, abd oxpocting to establish a perma
nent b'.i ? inc 1?, wo pro mi so ter nie'-every-'effort to
give on tire.satisfaction to every one.- . rr
Augusta, Oct 2 J&*tb . -
M. HYAMS & CO.,
(OF CnAM.*sTO?,'S. C.,y
. NORTH-EAST CORNER-.,
Broad and McIntosh Streets,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND ?N ASSORTMENT
. ?.?--OB'""-. '
DRY ?ND FANCY GOODS1!
PERFUMERIES, S0Ai% HARDWARE
dec?, &c, ?r.e.
Augusta, Sept 5 Om ' 36
" CENTRAL HOTEL.
HAVING taken a new lease on our House,
(formerly the Southern States Hotel,) and
the state of tho country giving us greater facili
ties, LADIES and GENTLEMEN calling en us
may feel assured that they will get EVERY
COM FORT and ATTENDANCE at our command.
THOMAS ?Sc LITTLE.
Augusta, Sept ll ; ? , .3m - 37
?.Vc, ?Vc, ?Sic?,
At the " Youngi&ehs' Library Association,"
MclJ/lOSn -STirlEET, '/ :
AFINE assortnlo'nt of all ARTICLES USU
ALLY KEPT IN A BOOK STORE, on
hand, to which constant and exton?i?o addition",
will be made by every arrival from Northern j>orta
?^NORTHERN FATERS'-.iec(Sivcd 'dally.
Ali thc popul?r MA G AZ INES con sfSsc 11 y on hand
ty Subscrip??ns 'reoelved- ' foj HARBER'S
and GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK. :, <"." t*Q
I design keeping everything useful and desira
ble in my lino, tad invite the publie to give me a
call. M. MASKEY.
Augusta, Sept Tl ? ' - . ? ? ? / t gA37
" JOHN K^?rNY;^
(FonirKW.r WITU J. M. NjtWBjr(* Co., ann Hoaa,
WISE A Co.,)
221 BROAD STIEGT; \ ;
AUGUSTA, GEO 1IGI?,
WOULD inform tho public generally .that be
has now on band
CL0T?JS, CASSIiHERES & TESTINGS.
SUPERFINE Black and BlueRROABvCLOIHS.
DOE SKINK ; Fancy Silk "and V^vet
VESTINGS, and bc'aut?fi?i ?ooja
for PANTS." ***J?
; -ALSO-- \Z
A Splendid Assortment of
Hats, ^osie^'t Sliii^; ! ; Briw?rs,
??a AND GENTS' FURNISHING!:,G 0ODS.
THE publication "of "this WEEKLY RELIGI
' OTIS PAYER will be resumed in JANUARY
NEXT.: The samel pf rubioribers may'be seat
to thc proprietor, .it Columbia, ?. C. . Payment
will not bb required until after tb o issue of tho
first number. ,G. T; MASON.'
-Nov. 15,! ^ . 5f I -46
. Strayed or Steilen?
PROM .Dennis Carpenter's Stables, OB the night
of the 1 j th of Oct. one BAY HORSE MULE,
five yearS old, mane and tail shaved, also murks
of gear,-no' other marks remembered.' Any in.
formation cnacorniag the said raule will bc thank
fully received. If delivered tome at Edgefleld
C. H. a liberal"rbward will bo paid. .?*"
. . . S. 8WEAKING3N.
Nov.,15,.. - - tf .-. ; i ? jj
JUST received and for salo at Au^asJ? price?,
. MoAli?ter's AU-Healing OINTMENT;
Dalby'a Magical PAIN EXTRACTOR ,
Dalby's CARMINATIVE j
DEAD SHOT for '?Vonna; " _
- ' 310DGES A JENNI??G8.
Nov, 14 ^tf ? : 46.
Leather! l^atliia? I
ft f?f??i POIINDH SOLE LEATHER at 50
?A3\J\J Coots per pound. .
. Als<s a large lofof UPPER. LEATHER, KIP
SKINS,and HARNESS LEATHER?,: !>o,i
Nov 14 6t
Worn Candy*, ;
AT HODGES A :JENNTNG$: yo? ^riil find
Barleys .WORM. OA ND Y;- a safe and popu
lar remedy foe expelling worm?. All ohildren
w?T eat it.
NOT. h lt 45,