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THE ADVERTISER.
JAMES T. BACON, ED ITO E.
WEDNESDAY? OCT. 23, 1867.
Our Club Hates.
We aro now furnishing tho ADVERTISER to
Clubi at the following very low rates :
Two Copies ono Year, $5.50.
Fivo Copies one Year, 12.50.
Ten Copies one Year, 22.50.
Twenty Copies ono Year, 40.00.
No Clubs received for a less petiod than one
ye:tr.-and lu all cutes the Cash will be required
in ad'.-aaco. The names of tho entire Club must
be seilt at one tiuis.
(?cid. Canby's Election Order.
Tba long expected-Convention Election Order
"?M.-;:t Icyagth leen issued. Gcnerul Orders No.
We publish it to-day in fu'l. Geni. Canby's
order ?X-?S the clecti <n for tho 5 9 th aiid 20th ol
November, when voters' may vo:e for or against a
C uventijD, or simply for delegates to a Conven
tion. EdgeCeld District U allotted seven del?
galos. We.leave ibo Ord-r with tur readers.
Next weclr=5r* xi'.l havo inore lo say on the sub
; j.'Cf. lathe I?M?D??!I;C, bow-evr, wo utter thc
;'h??pc that ?ur ; ooalc wi!l leave this Itcll-broth to
ba -treed by ihr K.?dj.:*ls, white and black, alone
-entirely a?ouc. It is b*for tur that we .-hould
i>r..>.rvo our self respect, and refrain from all such
degrading associa*:??*. We, tho whites and
bhok-", cannot el: iii .>. ?ur rolativu'pofitious with
out daiger. ? ii h.is ;ii.-ign id them, mw any at
tempted change wou'd be pt od ut live '.f disastei
eui mia.
fte I i xians Kevival.
A very inttre-iing revival ?f relitiion is now
g.ling un in tbc Methodist Church of this fown.
fen days ugo tbe Fall meeting of the Q arterly
Coa'erenoe for KJgu?e?d Circuit took place here,
ami during tb I? meeting thor? arose throughout
our commuai y that deep and quiet religious feel
ing which is lt::l -pervading it. The Pastor ol
the Methodist Church w s powerfully aisisted
wh le thc si.?-ioti nf the Q-i irtt Hy Colif ?renee
cjuii.uie I. by Rev. Mr FLCH?.'IO, PI cai.Hag Eldir.
and Kev. Air. HKKBERTOI the Xiuety-Six Circuit
lt is much to bo r?gre U H! that ci reiuu stances im
peratively required that these twv-?-.irtn->t serva its
of God should so ?UOD quit tho Cold in which
their exhortations^ had been .?o efiVcivo. Since
their departure, the Kev. Mr. ITKP.IIO.V, IMethodi.-t
Pastor, has boca untiringly assisted, with head,
heart and hand, by the Kev. L. R. GWALTXEY,
Pister of the Baptist Churell. And truly msy
'.re say that if the minds of our people are nut
awakened to a s-iwc of their dnty to God, and
thoir lh"ughts not attracted to that preparation
necessary for death, and themielvca not drawn VJ
an active search'of the scriptures, then are the
hands and consciences of these two i'atablo, de
voted, and uadespairiag men, clear-clean before
God. L"ut their tS-tit? have not been unavailing,*
und large numbers aro still attending their daily
and nightly iniuittrations. God uphold their
weary but brave hands, and sp^ed them in their
noble work of grace and love!
^a5~ There was a grand Radical Republican
Negro Convention in Columbia'?st week. "Som?
was w! ?te, some was black, <tc. ' U. S. Marshall
Epping, of Charleston, introduced Resolutions
Somewhat on the moderato RaJic.il order, which
were ht first concurred in by the body, but were
afterwards ro-cousidered, and ignominiously laid
on the table. The whole thing issaid to have been
extremely Radical. Verily, " John Brown's soul
?4 marching on."
Thc Augusta Chronicle if- Sentinel, ol
Sunday comes to us in an onlaiged edition. Thc
Editor says, " Tho pressing and daily increasing
demands made upon our columns by our adver
tising friends, and thc large increase of our cir
culation within thc last few we ?ks havecompelled
ns to enlarge thc sino of our paper to meet the
wants of our patrons." Glad to hear of your
prosperity, gentlemen. Your sabscriptionlistwill
r in to a cool hundred thousand beforo theres'
merit of your truly indispensable journal can pos
sibly be rightly appreciated. Go on in your glory !
To Owners of Water Power, Mill
Seats, eve.
An advertisement which should especially
claim the attention of all such is that of Mr.
S A itt nt, UAM:H, Mechanical Engineer and Mill
wright. Mr. BAKER is an Englishman who has
I-ved long among us-long and m^st worthily.
In his linc of business he ha?, emphatically and ,
decidedly, no superior. Wo commend him, with
the ir.most confidence, to our people at large. 1
Prognes, most particularly as regards the matter* '
ia question, has r-urreptitiously moved tho hands
of the clock of time a century ahead of where 1
t'-ey wcro even a decade of years ago. But not
surreptitiously to our esteemed friend BAKER; he
hid been all thc time wide awake, and has kept
up most manfully. By no means overlook his
.ard.
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Completely " Cowed." C
Our friend JOHX L. ADDISON meets us on thc li
ajuare, and a.-ks us if we " know how"to cow a
ttoer." We put tho two words "cow" and "steer"
tij-Ethor (Is a steer a cow ? A cow is certainly 31
not a steer,) and take it for granted that our n
friend is in travail with a 711111-that moet horrid "
und unpardonable of all things. But not BO ; he *
has r.o ruch flagrant idea. Ho is talking good 'ff
hard sense. He road somo weeks ago a circula- rs
ting newspaper paragraph abont trimming the *
lower eyelashes of cattle to break them of jump- ?*
i ig ; and ho has ;<^en trying the trick. He re- rt
ports that he bas the out-jumpingest steer (the co
phrase is ours, not his) that ever was ; and that a fo
few days ago he trimmed the juinpor's lower eye- th
lubes as an experiment, and that ever since, the *wi
jumper has been completely "cowed"-scarcely as
oreepiog, let alone presuming to jump. A nsw
wrinkle ! And a useful one !
-? - Cc
J3^" Opposition tc Convention ii growing in w*
North Carolina, tho recent letter of Gov. Graham ra<
having great influence m<
Ni
figf General Santa Anna has been sentenced ^
to eight years banishment. ^
ggf The numeroua friends of Miss M. A. Baie, re
(says the Charleston Courier) familiarly known qU
as the " Soldiers' friend" by reason of her un- an
ceasing labors of lovo during tho war, in behalf D.
of tho defenders of tho "lost cause," will be pr(
pleased to learn that she has accepted an invita- ,tv
tion to " teach the young idea how to shoot" ir. ed.
California. Oar best wishes attend ber. p-r
52p" It is rumored that Rescoe Conkling will 23:
me the Herald for libel, claiming $50,000 darna- wh
gos, for publishing doggerel verses ridiculing his wi;
late speech.
fgr Hon. Jesse D. Bright announces that the j ,jei
Kentucky L?gislature will consider the propriety % c
of ps-scing a law making ita penal offence for
any one to attempt to collect a Federal tax within pr?
the limits of that State un'il she is admitted io a
repr?sentation on the f)'>or of Congre**. Good ant
for old Keatuck. tD6
??&~The official return* r.r>rm 71 conni'ts, in tba
North Carolina show a m*'?<n\K-j of 22,R37 for tbe .
whites. the
1ST On Tuesday night let, tho eoart house at uffn
Lake Chy, Fla., wai totally destroyed hy fire, and arti
with itali tho county records. This is the third by 1
court houM destroyed by Gre at Lake City within yea
the last twenty years. and
The Military Commander at Greensboro, ^
N. C., has ordered Mr. E. T. Clemons " to desist the
running opposition coaches or wagons to the has
regular United States mail contractor, between to t
High Poiut and Salem, N. C., until further or- foot
ders." p
flgr* Full returns of veglstration in Florida Uni(
*how that the number of whito voters is 2?,538, m??(
und of blacks, 30,000 h?" 0
A contract w?s made in Chicago, Monday, Hnio
for 1000 hogs, to be delivered In December at &4 ""jg
<:enti>, live weight. with
Th? ?leciion in Florida, by order of Gen- Nort
eral Pope, is to be held oo the 14th, 15th ?od 10th riCbt
clays ?t Ssjtaiu. |isatc
Still f urther Augusta Advertisements.
"GRAND, GLOOMY AMI PECULIAR."-That won- [
derful new advertisement of GRAY <fc TURLEY!
Grind in its proportions, as it 0115ht to he for (
GRAT ? TURLEY; gloomy on account of tho t
dariel v crt.w.led letters ; and peculiar on account I
of its thoroughly comprehensive stylo. And not -
only so with thc advertisement, but also with the -
actual-establishment; excepting of courso the u
"glocSry." Certainly there is nothing gloomy t
about the fnmous store of UIIAV it TURLEY ! On 0
thc contrary all is light, and cheerfulness, and n
geninlifr, and beauty. Of ciurso no one will *
duuy to OKAY & TURLEY the " grand ;" that part I
i? quite Ase tied f.tct. And as to the " peculiati- 1
ty," in what de>cs it cellist? Woy in the abs J- "
lute certainty of getting always the very nowesf, '
finest, most fashionable goods, and the most pro
foundly advantageous Inrgnns. " ^
And yet all this is nothing new ,: our penjde l
h.ive known it well for at least a d->zen years' past. ?
Yes, a doz.-n years ago, GRAY <fc TURLEY, by 1
their hon?r, honesty and strict attention to busi- ?
ness, and by their high character as citizens and
merchants, established the enviable reputation S
which they now sa securely enjoy. Yet H in iv 1
not be amis.: U? in orm their ola friends thal tb? y ^
a-o stilt a; their "ld stand, prepared to serve and v
t> saiisfy ?ny c!n<;s ?if customer*. In the ni-an- '
ti-nc, let our readers cast thi-ir eye- over that "
"grand, gloomy and peculiar" advertisement. 1
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MKS ASK WOMBS WHO AUK DONK WITH EAKTH D
LY CARE -Thi so who hire wisely provided thom- I
selves with "r.e l?f ScoflKLD, WILLIAMS"?t Co's
Cookin 1; Stoves. Verily they fo'.d theil hands 1
in utt^r peace: for reit and iiuietne*', and 1
freedom frtini T'.bor, are theirs fm ever moro. That "
is. un tit the Stove wears hui ; which will no: h* a
until thc end of two! ve or fifteen good 1 -ng years r'
By which lime we shall all h ive goce to glory- *?
.>r to the other place-or to Cra7.il-or somewhere, r.
Rest assured ti.at we ut' this goucration will need tl
only oiie of Scoi'ICLD, WILLIAMS .t ?o'y. Cooking v
Stoves, ru', ?ll je?ti:ig mid -, tin- man or woman d
who, in these d-ys, ha" not h good Cooking Stove n
is frantic wi:b want of Winloui; Tie? woman e;
whose husKavd refutes to buy her one, should 11
immediately tu-i fora divorce; And if you ?re
uot able to buy ..nc, why nell your shh ts and b
your shoes, and your b:<unct* and jour jewelry, bi
to e..tapa.'.- tho mutter. Whut is raiment cam- ls
pared to a Cooking Stove ?? is
Read the new advertisement of SCOFIELD, WIL- J
LI AUS & Co. (265 Broad Street.) and le irn the :
delightful names and equalities of their Cooking d
Stoves. And besides Stove?, they have all the ni
Numberless Useful Thing? usually found in a Firs' ol
Class Srove Store : all of which they will sell at c.
prices that defy competition. tc
FR.JJI TUE REMOTEST DEPTHS or ANTIQUITY.- CI
From the remotest depths of antiquity to the
present day, we remember the very elegant and di
popular D:y Got,st Establishment of JAMES 'MIL- fi
LEI:, opposite the Globe Hotel in Angust ?. It m
<:rikes us th it it used to be, ia those remote su
depths,MILLER k WARBEN Now it is "JAMES nfl
MILLER." And now, as it ever wag, it is a Beacon
Light among the Dry Cods Stores of Augusta, pl
Tf young lidies and gentlemen of Edgefiehl wish at
to know more about u MILLER'S," let them ask ,?h
the ladies and gentlemen of thc old regime. They tel
will find out that the latter regard " MILLER'S"
a? a sort of Mecca. And by reference to "MIL- tr.
LER'S" advertisement in another column, it wi'l ,'<>
be seen that thc old ago of the Eitablishment is of
perfectly hale, heart)- and hont ^able. re]
THE PLATE TO GET YOUR WATCHES, CLOCKS EA
AND JEWELRY REPAIRED.-At G. CORKX'S (lately (h.
J. E. MUSHER'S) 150 Broad St. Wc havo seen- Un
to say nothing of mending and repairing-m*uy re;
articles ma imf art tired in thu Shpp, which evince wi
the highest degree of mechanical kill. And Mr. go
COHEN, as will be seen by his card elsewhere, has p0
pushed his enterprise to Silvering and Gilding- ?)?
two things not easy to be had done in our part of as;
tho world. Mr. COHEN sells Clocks, Watches and 0f?
Jewelry of thc finest and most improved si; le?. hil
- an
"FURNITURE ! FURNITURE ! ?"-Consult our ad- th?
vertising columns, and you will see that we but dei
echo tho cry of the PLATT BROTHERS, who sell s?t
Furniture nt 214 Broad Street, Augusta. The
reputation of these gentlemen ns extensive deal- t\\f
er? in Furniture and Upholstery, is known to our mc
people throughout our entire District. A mag- ex,
nificcnt suite of Parlor Furniture in this Estab- hit
ishment cannot be excelled in any city in thc hy
:ountry. And so of :e suite of Dining Ronni Q,A
Furniture, Bcd Room Furniture, Library Fur- thc
liturc, or Furniture by the single piece. The ;
t'.ock of this firm has daily accessions in tho for
nape of all the latest styles of thc first factories fro
n the country ; and we can assure our readers ve,
hat they cannot fail in b?ing pleased with any 0f
irticlo purchased of the PLATT BROTHERS. 0f ,
- pla
JAS. G. BAILIE ?fc BRO-For Carpets, Oil an(j
!loths, Curtains, Window Shades 4c, ?tc , ?c., trie
0 to JAS. G. BAILIE <fc BRO., nearly opposite old forc
lentral Hoto!. They have in this papor a grand ftm
1st of Splendid New Goods. irat
PARTICULAR NOTICE TO TnE LADIES.-What is ? u,
) delightfully pleasing to a housekeeper as to cire]
ave beautiful China, Glsss, Crocker.-ware, ?1 j]
[nive?, Forks, Silver Utensils, Mirrors, Lamps, app,
c., ic? Well, ill urns things-and of all w?u
rade-: -arc uow being sold Kt extremely cheap un<0
des by J. W. BROWN (late Mor>re L Brown) of ancj
ugu8tft. His elegant Shop is at 1*9. City Hotel thc ]
uilding. Be is now closing out his costly and pftit
cherche stock "at a small advance on actual
st." So says his advertisement ; you can r?.."d p.on
r yourself. Therefore, it is to J. W. BROWN preil
at housekeepers should now flock. All such *$Ti
ll find Bargains. Of this they may rest well mn?,
sured. suits
- Boar
" OUR PRICES CONFORM,TO TUB LOW PRICES or tion |
TTON."-So SRy D. R. WRIGHT <fc Co., Meicbunts 2??lit
10 have sold Dry Goode to Edgcfield people for ted, 1
>re than twenty years past. They havo lately tions
>ved thoir Establishment from tho South to tho fn
>rth ?3o of Broad Street; and their friends Couv
ey now find them at 233-opposito Masonic her 0
til. Their asjortment of Dry Goods is immense, tho L
ry varied and entirely new. Soveral lady ac- sixty,
aintunecs of ours, of th? moBt undisputed taste fdur
d judgment, havo already purchased goods of tricts
R. WRIGHT ? Co., this season ; and they ex- tors 1
sss themselves extremely delighted with the jj?jtrj
le and quality thereof, and tho prices demand- j)-,8frj
Thoro is nothing BO desirable in these shop- ?>?sirj
ig days asa reliable Dry Goods Store. No. Diftri
! Broad Street, Augusta, is one of the places to Distri
ich ladies, and the public generally, may over Distri
icly resort. Seo their c:ird. Distri
The N. Y. Tinta' special says thc Prcsi- D?Stn
it has returned Gen. Sickles' application for ^iTl
ourt of inquiry to the War Department, with ^'s,r'
disapproval and his reasons therefor. The ^Jstr'
Dcipal one is that Gen. Sickles has already "*nJ
icaled for redress to the bar of public opinion, ^js,ri
1 if it givos bim a heading, if not :atisfii-d with T8,rj'
verdict of the public, the President intimates *^'etrj'
t he may demand a court. Distrii
_ _ , . Distri.
eff The tumid * special sayB : Mnj. Pierce, iv? ?rf,
ofEccr who reeentlv destroyed n nrintm"
. n 1 .1 , Dismi
:e in Camden, Arkansas, for somo offensive rj?3|r?(
ele publi?hed by the editor, has been sentenced j^. ^ .(
ihe court martial (0 forfeit Iiis pay for ono -, j .
r and to be degraded in rank to a captaincy, ( .
to bc reprimanded in general orders.
Distnc
Sfir Colonel Gilbert, who was implicated in DK?iric
destruction of a printing office in Arkansas, ])i?tric
been fined one thousand dollars, and reduced ! Distrie
ac rank of Capt ain, taking rank from tho Distric
of the promotion list. Distric
SJ"* Gen ?ra! Ord has ordorod that when a Distric
>n man i* nrr*sted ho may have his trial by Distric
ary commission ins tend of rebel court, on Ry C
ath that ho fears injustice on account of his S. CAN:
nistn.
^ The N. Y. Time* concludes an editorial
: "But wo aro inclined to think that the TI
horn States will not surrender their own
a quite flo complacently as they havo con- OPFIC
? to lbs pyortfcrow ci liesa QI tho S nih." j
l?cadq'rs Second Military District, )
CuAnLBSTOX, S. C., October IC, 1S?7. J
GENEP.AL OUDERS, No. 99.]
BY THE TEKMS OF THE ACT OF CON
}RESS ENTITLED '. An Act to provide for tho
toro efficient g>vommcnt of tho rebel States,"
assed March 2d, 1S?7, and of tho Acte of March
3d, and July l'Jth, 1S67, supplementary thereto
-it is mado the duty of the Commanding Gener
.1 of this Military District to causo a registration
0 be made of the malo inhabitants of tho State
1 South Carolina] of thc ngc of twenty-one yoars
nd upwards, and qualified by Ibo terms of sui 1
lets to vote, and after such registration is corn
dale, to order an election lo bc held, at which
bo registered voters of said State shall voto for
r again*t a Convention, for thc purpose of cs
ublishin^ a Constitution and Civil Government
or thc said State, loyal to the Union, and for
lelegates to said Convention-and to givo at least
hirty days' notice of the timo and place at which
aid election shall bc held ; and thc said registra
ion having been completed in the State of South
karolina, it is ordered :
Firit. That an election be held in the Stute.of
louth Carolina, commencing on Tuesday, thc
'Jih day of November, lSf>7, and ending on
Vidnceduy, tho 20th day of November, lSf.7, at
rb ich all registered volera of sod Slate may voto
For a Convention," or ''Against a Convention,'
nd f ir delegates to constitute the Convention
ti case a majority of tho voies given on that
uestion, shall bo for a Convention, und in case a
iajjrirj of the registered voters shall have vo
il on tho question of holding such Convention.
Secvid It .? nil bc the duty of tbc Bo.irdf of
Lgia'rution in South Carolina, commencing four
i!cu days prior to (de election herein ordered,
inl giving reasonable publie notice of the time
.id plae.: th- r.;of, to rovise for a period of live
.:ys the registration list?, and upon being satis
.d that tiny purnoo not oulUNd thereto has been
..gistereil, t > .trike the name of tuen person from
ie Hst ; and such person thal! not be eutilled lo
cte. The Boards of Registration <bull also
uriug the Same period, ad'I to such registers the
ames of all persons \*ho ut that time possess thu
lalilicatious required )>y said Acts-who have
bl aireudy been registered.
Third. 1H deciding who are to be stricken from
? added lythe registration liste, the Boards will
B guided by tbe law of March 21, 1H??7, and the
;ws supplementary thereto, und their attention
specially directed to the Supplementary Act of
uly 19th, 1S67.
Fourth. The said election will bc held in each
?strict at such places as may hereafter be desig
ned, under the superintendence of the Boards
' Registration ns provided by law, and in ac
irdance with instructions hereafter to be given
i said Boards in conformity with thc Acts of Cou
res*, and as far as muy bc with thc laws o( South
irolina. .
Fifth. All judges and clerks employed in con
icting said election, shall before commencing
hidd the same, be sworn to the faithful perf? r
ince of their duties, and shall also take and
bscribe the oath of offico proscribed by law for
leers of the United States.'
Sixth. The polls shall be opened at such voting
aces at eight o'clock in the forenoon, and closed
four o'clock in thc afternoon of each dhy, and
all be kept open during these hours without in
rmission or adjournment.
Seventh. No member of tho Board of Rcgii
ition, who is a candidate for election as a
ligato to tho Convention, shall serve as a judge
the election in any District which he seeks to
present.
Fighth. The Sheriff and other pence officers of
ch District aro required to be present during
s whole time that thc polia aro kcp> open, and
til thc election is completed ; nnd will be made
monsible that there shall bc no interference
th judges of elections, or other interruption of
od order. If there should be more than one
liing place in any District, thc Sheriff nf the
strict is cmpowerod and directed to make such
iignmenls of his deputies, and other peaco
icors, to the othur polling places, as may, in
? judgment, best subserve the purposes of quiet
d order; and he is further required to report
:sc arrangements in advance to the Comman
r of tho Military Post in which his District is
unted.
\!nth. Violence, or threats of violence, or of
chnrgo from employment, or otheroppresFivo I
an:: to prevent any persm from registering, or
trcising his right of voting, is positively pro
died, and any such attempts will be reported
tho registrars or judges of elections to the Post
tn man der, and will cause thc arrest and trial of
offenders by military authority.
Truth. All bar-ro?m?, saloons, and other places
thc sale of liquors bj- retail, will be clo.-cd
tn 6 o'clock (.f tho evening uf thc ISth of No
iibcr, until 6 o'clock of the morning of the 21 st
November, 1567, and during this time thc sale |
ill intoxicating liquors at or near any polling \
co is prohibited. Tho police officers of cities 1
tho sheriffs and other peace ifficcrs of Dis
ts, will be held rcsponsiblo for thc strict en
fuient of this prohibition, and will promptly
?st and hold for tri.tl all persons who may
isgress it.
'leventh. V'ltary ^lterferenco with elections
iless it si w'.l be necessary to rcpol thc armed
uies of thc United States, or to keep thc peaco j
ic polls," is prohibited by the Act of Congress j
roved February 25th, ISfiS, and no soldiers S
bc allowed to appear nt any polling place, 0
ss as citizens of tho State they are qualified
are registered us voter?, and then only for
purpose of voting; but the Commanders of
a will keep their troops well in bandon thc ]
of election, nud will bo prepared to net
?ptly, if the civil authorities aro unable to
urva the peace. j
celfth. Tho roturns required hy luw to] be w
; to the Commander of tho District of tho re- 1
of the election, will be rendered by the ^
di of Registration of tho soveral registra
[irecincts through thc Commanders of the Q
%rj Posts in which their precincts aro situa- T
ind in accordukco with the dotailod iustruc
hereafter to bo given.
irteenth. Tho number of delegates to the
ontion is determined by luw, and is thc num- ?
f members of tho most numerous branch of
ogislaturo for the year eighteen hundred and
, and this number, ono hundred and twenty
is apportioned to tho representative Dis
of tho c?.itte in tho ratio of registered vo
is follows : T|
ict of Charleston.Nine (9) Delogatcs. "
?ct of Berkley.Nine (?) Dclegntes. ^
?ct of Colleton.Five (5) Delegates, p
ct of Beaufort.Seven (7) Dolegntes. w
ct of Georgetown.Three ('<) Delegales.
ct of Dorry.Two (2) Delegates, di
ct of Williamsburg.Three (SJ Delegates. J?
ct of Marion.Four(l) Delegates.
et of Darlington.Four (1) Delegates- w\
ct of Marlboro'.Two (2) Delegates.
et of-Chester?eld.Two (2) Delegates, ye
ct of Sumter.Four (4) Delegates. 118
ct of Clarendon.Two (2) Delegates. w?
ct of Barnwoll.Six (G) Delegates, sc
ct of EdgeCeld.Seven (7) Delegates.
ct of O.-angcburg.Five (5) Delegates. _
et of Kershaw.Three (:t) Delegates.
:t of Richland.Four (4) Delegates. r_
:t of Lexington.Two (2) Delegates. J
:t of Newberry.Three (3) Delegate?, l'a
st of Laurence.Four (4) Delegates.
it of Abbeville.Five (5) Delegates. JJ,
t of Anderson.Throe (.1) Delegates, ina
t of Greenville.Four (4) Delegates.
t of Piclu-ns.Three. (3) Delegates. 1
t of Spartunburg.Four (4) De cgntes.
tor Union.,.Three (.'!) Delegates. _.
t of York/..Four (4) Delegates. V
t of Chc'ter.Three (SJ D-lcgatcs. gin
toi Fairfield.Three (Sj Delegates. olh
t of lancaster.Two (2) Delegates.
oinmaod of Brcvot Major-Genoral En. R. j (
9V- HI
LOUIS V. CAZIARC, Aide de Camp,
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General. ^
nADQUAnTKKS Mti.iTAnv POST OF AIKKV, - lain
Aiken, R. C., Oct IS. ISC.7.
?Ai: CHAS. B. BRADY,
1st Lieut, ?th Car.
foatAdjt j O
?&~ Thc Boston Post'H special says thc Preei.
dent . xpresscs his deli ruination to resist suspen
sion during the trial should the emergency arise.
?Sf The purpose of tho visit of Gen. Beaure
gard to tho President and Gen. Grant was to have
restored to him certain lands which he owns near
Memphis, and which aro now occupied by Freed
men's bureau officers.
Somo of tho farmers of Alabama, we see
it stated, have alroady sent an agent for 400 Ger
mans, and will have them comfortably provided
for in amide time. That looks like business.
,J*yfr-Tho Nuw York Herold itseir, disirodits
the sensaiioaal story telegraphed lo it fruin Wash
ington, about an anticipated effort ou thc part of
Congress to harmonise matters with tho rio.-.iden*.
t?y" When Jubal Early heard that Leo had
surrendered ho collapsed into a corner of his am
bulance and meekly remarked, "Well, Gabriel,
blow your horn."
Thc Locdon Herold, of the 21st ulL, in
an editorial discussing the mane er of employing
the surplus capital of England, incidemall) re
marked thut it is generally believed that thc value
of cotton will deicend to the old point.
A showman has offered $11,000 for Mrs.
Lincoln's wardrobe.
??J- An independent cahdida'o for tho assem
bly is running in Wisconsin, ou the platform of
"the Union, women's rights and tho ropoal of
the dog law."
COMMERCIAL. _
AUGUSTA. Oct 10.
G OLI)-Brokera are buring at 113 and Kelling
at 145. *
COTTON.-The market opened quiet this mora
ine an 1 sales were made atl?(g> 16? for New
York Middlings. On the receipt of nn advance
of ?J. in Liverpool, and J to 1 cent in New Tork,
the mnrkt-t became .-(ronner, o nd sr?es were readi
ly mnde at half a cent higher. Thc demand du
ting the day wns good nnd the market closed firm
xt lfij cents for New York Midlings.
Cotton Tax
JTHE Undersigned have accepted the AGEN
CY KOK SOUTH CAROLINA, from IlEiiBcnEL
V. JOHNSON k Co, of Georgia, for tho Recove
ry of thc Internal Revenue Tax which
has been, or'may hereafter bc paid on Cotton.
All persons interested will do well to commn
aicato wich us, or our Agents iu different por
tions of the Stato, and tho necossary papers and
net ruction a will be forwardad.
Collections U be made for a ?hore. No oxron
ios to bo incurred by tho Tax Payer.
AI. L. BONHAM,
BUTLER ?Sc YOUMANS.
EJgefleld, S. C., Oct 18 1m 43
Report of Hie Grand Jury,
//'TMTV-'V 1 Fall fens* INT.
Edgeficld District, j '
To UU Honor. A. P. ALDRICH, rrettding Judge:
The Grand Jury beg leave respectfully to
Isport) That they have examined the Public
buildings and lind them generally in tolerable
rder.
Thc Jail wo find secure, with proper care and
ittention from thc Jailor.
We have examined thc Poor House, and find it
a a flourishing condition.
The Roads in tho District are reported to be in
nd condition.
All of which is rc-spectfully subniUtod,
CLINTON WARD, Foreman.
Oct. ?, iscr. lt 43
NOTICE.
DEPUTY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE,
EncEFiELP, Oct 22d, 1SC7.
rllE COLLECTOR, A. S. WALLACE, will
bo nt Edgeficld C. H., on the 26th inst, to
djudicate thc balance of tho cases connected
ith tho Seizure of Stills, <tc.
Parties interested will bo present on thai day
By order of A- S. WALLACE.
It. W. CANNON, Dop. Col.
Oct 23 lt 43
[]
0 OWNERS OF WATER POWER, MILL
SEATS, Ac.
rllE Subscriber would respectfully announce
that he is now prepared to SURVEY, LO
ATE ?nd PUT IN OPERATION ANY KIND
F MTLLS or MACHINERY, propelled hy
iher Water or Steam.
Added to a lifetime's experience (10 years of
hich is recorded in this and adjoining Districts.)
; hus since the war been in thc North inspecting
ld studying tho latest improvements in his line
id has made his solection in Steam Engines
ater Wheels, Model Flouring, Grist and Saw
ills.
Ile now possesses all the latest Improvement
.rib huviiiir, at Maker's prices,-which Im
oreinents he will guarantee to give satisfaction
ion put in operation by himself, or under his
perintendencc.
Residence, Six miles below Pino 1 use on the
ken Road. Post Office, Gr.miteville, S. C.
SAf\ ' BAKER,
Mechanical Engiuoer and Millwright
Oct 22 tf 43
P!
I. Ill A 1.31 III 1 Ult ll 13. IL Li
)Y an Order from the Ordinary, will bu sold
? on THURSDAY, the Uth day of NOVEM
:R NEXT, ai tho late rcsidenco of JOHN S.
[YLY, deo'd., all the PERSONAL ESTATE
said deceased, consisting of
HORSES, HOGS, CATTLE,
Corn and Fodder,
WAGONS, CARRIAGE, BUGGY,
IUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITUR
-ALSO
Lt the rame time and place, will be RENTED
ft THE YEAR IfiGS, (save the Store House
ich ras already boen Rented,) THE MEET
(J STREET TRACT OF LAND,-the late
mesteud nf thc Deceased,-consisting of about
ree Hundred Acres of cultivable Land.
"ERitS-Cl?i in Gold, or its equivalent in
rency, on delivery of the Person?! Property,
i Rent of Land to be in advance, in Gold, or
iquivalout in Curmncy, by the highest bidder,
ho day above specified.
D. C. TOMPKINS, Ad'or.
let 22 4t . 43
;ate of South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
IN EQUITY.
. W. Grant and wife, j Bill for Sale of
buoy ^Griffith, et al. J hlLaC' kc'
Y Virtue of an Order of thc Court in this
Causo, I will sell on the premises, on
JRSDAY, . tba 7ih day of NOVEMBER
?T, tho REAL ESTATE of JOHN GRIP
H, deceased, described in the pleadings, to
TRACT OF LAND containing Eight ??un
and Fifty (MU) Aerrs, more or loss, adjoin
Lands of Heiiry Griffith, James Petorson,
eley Attaway and others,
lid Lan-! will lie sold in separate parcels,
ll will be described on the day of sale.
P/?J/.9-Sold on a crodit of one and two
s, with interest from tho day of sale, except
i costs of suit and expenses of sale, which
bc paid in Cash. Purchasers to give Bond
good sureties, and a Mortgage on tho premi
to secure the purcliaso money.
Z. W. CARWILE, C. E. E. D.
MR_-Ho_4.'I
Dr. J. E. Muse.
IE Notes and Accounts of Dr. J. E. MUSE
have boen at tidied in our hands; and we
been ordered to institute suit thereon, iudls
bately, in the Militnry Court, against all
ir*, who nany bo in default by tho 5th of
rober next. We have no discretion in the
ir. BACON ,t BUTLER,
Attorneys at Law.
: 23_tf_43.
hm newell's Toll! Anodyne.
E h ive just received the TOi,U ANODYNE
-A Certain and S.i|\i Rum dy for Neiirnl
??orv ms and Common Headache, and all
Nervous Complaints For salo by
TEAGUE <k CAR1'.'ILE,
Under Masonic Hall.
21 tf .13
LEY'S POPULAR WORM CANDY.
B hare reeotred a largo supply of HUR
LEY'S WORM CA NDY-a safe and cer
iro for Worms. Price 25 cents per Box.
?r Hale by
TEAGUE k CARWILE,
Under Masonic Hall.
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Bf fill ll rai GOODS
AT
Wholesale and Retail,
AT MY OLD STAND,
OPPOSITE THE Ci LOU E HOTEL.
AM NOW RECEIVING ONE OP THE
LARGEST and HANDSOMEST lots of
I
FALL & WINTER GOODS
Tbrtt it bas becu my pleasure lo show for several
years.
--?.?
In the way of
DRESS GOODS
I have everything from an IRISH POPLIN to a
25 cent M. dc LAIN.
In Goods for
Gentlemen and Boys Wear,
I have the LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
CLOTHS, CASSIMEltES, TWEEDS, SATI
NETS and JEANS that I Lava ever had.
In the way of
Bed Blankets,
A Largo lot. In Tact everything that is kept in
a F?KST CLASS DRY GOODS STORE, all of
which I intend to sell
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
Persons visiting the city for the purpose of
purchafing DRY GOODS, will loso nothing by
looking through my stock. My motto shall be
" Quick Sales and Small Profits.
MILLER.
AugurU, Oct 22 . 2m 41
j I! lillilAlliiJ Uk WI)
DEALERS' IN'
STOVES, GRATES,
Tin aud Sheet Iron Ware,
HOUSE FURNISHING;GOODS1 PUMPS,
?SIC, AT., ?kc,
265 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
VV'E Invite the attention of tho public to our
woll selected Stock, embracing several patterns
of FIRST CLASS COOKING STOVES, among
which will be found .
The Olive Branch,
The Henry Clay,
The lonii'orier,
The Hearthstone,
The Housekeeper.
THE AUGUSTA COOK, a njuw and beautiful
Stove, manufactured expressly for us to supply
the wants of our people. It being lower in price
than others, brings it within tho reach of many
who are unable to get more expensive ones.
In addition to our large Stock of Cooking
Stoves, wc have all sires of HEATING STOVES,
GRATES for coal or wood, PORTABLE RA
DIATING GRATES, FURNACES, Ac, Ac.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, of every
variety, may always bo found in our Stock.
Our facilities for ROOFING and GUTTER
ING, or MANUFACTURING TIN nnd SnEET
IRON WARE aro unsurpassed. This depart
ment is under the porsonal supervision of our
Senior Partner, who is a practical Tinner of 32
years' experience in this City.
SCOFIELD, WILLIAMS & CO.,
26) Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Oct 22 3m 43
CARPETS !
FALL TRADE, 1867.
JAS. G. BAILIE & CO.,
se
.HAVINO just received their full supplies of ^
CARPETS of DIRECT IMPORTATION, res- 0
pectfuliy call the attention of the citizeus of Au
gusta and vicinity, to their large abd beautiful as- "
sortment of PT
English BRUSSELS, in entirely new styles A
English Velvet CARPETS
Three-ply CARPETS of suporior quality, i.i now
patterns
Ingrain CARPETS of best quality and latest dc- F"
?ig" ?U
All Wool Dutch, and Jute CARPETS
Venetian CARPETS, all widths, for Halls and
'Stairs
List and Rag CARPETS
Other grades of CARPETS, at very low prices g[
STAIh RODS, alt widths required F,:
A largo stack of RUGS, of all qualities and prices
Velvet MATS and Mosaic MATS, rn new patterns ,
Tufted M ATS and Worsted Bordered Cocoa MATS &u
Sheepskin MATS and Manilla MATS
Plain and fancy best quality Irish Cocoa MATS c^
Chain MATS, of all shapes **g
Felt DRUGGETTS, 1J yards wide ?.?
Felt and Woven DRUGGETS, 3 to 4 yards wide 1
English CRUMB CLOTHS, of best quality of all Ml
sixes made, with bo; ac* i
Stair OIL CLOTHS, CARI ET BINDINGS, -
Velvet and Brussels HASSOCKS, and
CARPETS mado and laid with disputch.
OIL CLOTHS
if the best quality, and newest patterns manufac
urod, just receiv-d in
SHEETS of 12 aud 13 feet wide
"hcaper OIL CLOTHS, 3 to 8 feet wide m
-4 and 15-4 OIL CLOTH TABLE COVERS Vt
-4 and 6-4 TABLE OIL CLOTHS
-4 FLANNEL BACK TABLE OIL CLOTHS, in
Walnut, Oak, Mahogany and Fancy Colors.
UL CLOTHS measured for and laid. r
WINDOW SHADES, ni
We are just in receipt of the largost stock of un
LINDOW SHADES ever offered by us in this any
[ark et, from the finest to theche ipest, made from S
to 10 feet l....g, with all improved fixtures. .
uff, Blue, Green and White HOLLANDS, for
Shades, all widths. "
rINDOW SHADES squared and put up promptly A
CURTAIN GOODS.
Hf
EPS and DAMASK, for Curtninj
RAPERY TASSELS. CENTRE TASSELS
Ik and Worsted and Worsted LOOPS, large and f
stnall, in great variety I
IMPS of all colors, for Curtains.
ACE CURTAINS of very fine quality
ACE CURTAINS of cheaper qualities
USLINS, for Curtains .Sm
DRNICES of new and beautiful designs
DRTAIN BANDS, PINS and HOOKS
ELL CORDS and TASSELS of all kinds
oe Embroidered Cloth Piano COVERS n, ,
?hosted Piano and Tablo COVERS (Jil
[CTURE TASSELS, PICTURE CORD and
NAILS.
WALL PAPERS. Si,T,
new and full STOCK, just received in
)LD PAPERS, of beautiful desigus, and GOLD
BORDERS to match DRU
/TIN PAPERS, latest stylos, and proper BOR
DERS, to match,
largo stock of low priced PAPERS and BOR- . ,.
DEUS, to match And J
iPER SHADES, in a variety of patterns, at mKont'
very low prices ah"nt
RE PRINTS and BORDERS, to match*. Cu,>
To tho above now and boautiful stock of GOODS Rc
t opened, we would call the attention of those Buil
want of any of thc above articles' enumerated.
TERMS CASU ON DELIVERY.
WES G. BAILIE & BRO,
HOS Broad Street, CAI
AUGUSTA, GA.
.tgusta, Oct. 13_tr_ 43
:ate of South Carolina, m
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, 1 III
AUGUSTA, Feb. 23. AND
T W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edee
field District. 5 ? ??
Vheroas. Elizuboth F. McKio and Thos. J. to *W
{io have applied to roe ior.Lettcrs of Admin- merou:
ition, on all and singular the goods and v;na
tels, rights and crodits of Thomas McKic
of the District aforesaid doe'd. ' Kc
bese are, therefore, to cite and admonish all furnist
singular, tho kiudred and creditors of tho Hora
deceased, to bo and appear beforo mo, at our n;"
: Ordinary's Court fortbosaid District to be
co at Edgofield Court House, on 'h* Istday
next, to show cause, If any, why thc
administration should not bo granted. Au "U
tn undor my bond aud seal, this 17th day of_
in the yoar of our Lord ono thousand
t hundred and sixty-sovon, and in thc 02d
of tho Indopondonco ol tho United States A Fi
tao ri cu. J\ Qj
W.F.DUBI60E,OJ.P.
FALL--1867!
D. R. WRIGHT & CO.,
233 Broad Street,
OPPOSITE MASONIC HALL,
AUGUSTA,. GA.,
HAVING removed to tho above LARGE and
JOMMODIOUS STOPE, aud opened a Stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Jnsurpa?sed in
2XTENT,
VARIETY,
AND ATTRACTIVENESS,
nvite examination by all buyers of DRY GOODS,
rbetber a; WHOLESALE OR-RETAIL.
Wo are in weekly receipt of Goods, and our
'ricoj conform to tho low price of Cotton-and
mr Edgefield and Carolina friends and custom
rs for the past twenty years, will find us pre
lared to furnish them
GOOD GOODS
AT TUE
Very Lowest Prices !
Wo invite thorough examination of qualities
nd pricen, by all wishing to get BARGAINS
a Dry Goods.
Augusts, Oct 22 10t 43
NO HTJMBUG !
treat Bargains-Great Bargains
Bargains
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
?ATS, SHOES & NOTIONS
Thc best lolected Stock of the above articles in
io South.
HENRY SOLOMON
leipoctfully informs his old friends-' of Edgefield
lat ho will sell them Dry Goods, Clothing, nats,
hoes aud Blanko ts os low . as he always sold
icm Groceries ; and hopos to receive tho patron
go of his otd customers in bis new line of Busi
ess, assuring thom thoy sholl get GREAT
lARGAlNS by calling tit tho Store of
ISAAC MICHAEL,
Under tho Augusta Hotel.
j^f~Remember the address.
Augusta, Oct 22 3m 43
:URNITURE! FURNITURE!
OF
ALL DESCRIPTIONS
>LATT BROTHERS,
(FORMERLY C. A. PLATT A CO.,)
14 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
?V. HAVE uni arc constantly receiving thc
;stassortm;nt of FURNITURE that has ever
cen in this markets
ROSEWOOD PARLOR SUITS,
MAHOGANY* PARLOR SUITS,
CHAMBER AND COTTAGE SUITS,
BUREAUS. BEDSTEADS, '
CHAIRS, SOFAS, TETE-A-TETE,
CENTRE TABLES,
SIDEBOADS.
EXTENSION TABLES, of all lengths.
Wo particularly call thc attention of purcha
n to our SOLID WALNUT CHAMBER
JITS for Beauty, Durability and Cheapness.
ur Manufacturing Department
still in operation. Special Order? will he
f.mptly attended tn. REPAIRS DONE IN
LL ITS BRANCHES.
Upholstering Department.
nAIR CLOTH, ENAMELLED CLOTH,
EPS, TERREY and SPRINGS, s jd all articles
itable for Manufacturers, which wc offer nt Low
ices.
Window Shades.
A large Stock of WINDOW SHADES, of eve
style and pattern, from tho Cheapest to thc
nest, with all the New Style Fixtures.
Hud ertakcr's Department,
pcriutended by a competent man. COFFINS,
nil Descriptions awi Quality. METALIC
SES nnd BASKETS, of tho mo?t improved
le.?, furuit bed at all hours during the Day or
?ht
[JNE ERTAKERS can be supplied with TRIM
NGS.
Augusta, Oct 23 6m 43
(STAND OF LATE J. E. M eve cit,)
50 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA. GA.
atones. Clocks aud Jewelry
REPAIRED IN THE BEST MANNER,
AND WARRANTED,
ino French and other kinds of CLOCKS, to
ter with a lasge assortment of WATCHES,
VELRY, Ac, of tho finest quality, constantly
..and, and sold as low ns they ctn be ubtai cd
where.
ILVERING and GILDING done promptly
satL-fftctonly.
lease give mo a call.
ugusta, Oct 22 3m 43
CROCKERY ?
119
Closing Out
AT A -
all Advance at Actual Cost !
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET
na, Glass and Crockery Ware,
LOOKING GLASSES.
er Plated Goods, Kn ives & Forks,
(EROSENE OIL AND LAMPS,
LAMP GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
GS AND MEDICINES, r!
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS, L
TOILET AND OTHER SOAPS,
hundreds of other Good* too nnjierois to
on, all Jof which aro ??ry " Uood to have
the House," i^J at or about old Gold Pri- ,
Ut
momber the place: 149 City Hotel
dingo, Augusta, Ga. -
J. W. BROWN,
LATE MOORE A BROWN,
justa, Oct 2! 2m-l3
IS & LIVERY STABLES
B Y
KERMGIIAN & WISE.
3 Undersigned have oponed LIVERY
SALES STAHLES on Ellis Streot, Tl
r of GLOBE HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GA.,
sb tbey Invito tho attention uf their nu
i friends.
Carriages and Buggies and Gentle Hones,
md and cureful Drivers eau at all timos bo
lod.
os well fodand tho best care taken of them. I
us a call. he
GEO. H. KERNAGIIAN, 1
J. MUNROE WISE. DI
stn, Oct 7 3m 41 prit
SEED WHEAT" J
uo lot of VIRGINIA FLINT (whito) and I J
ILE WHEAT for salo by vn
R. H. MD?S, ?ci. 1 ,
3, it T* 3 I i
LOTHING !
& GRAY,
938 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, OA.,
Address themselves ta the public in very emphatic terms. Every
Gentleman in South Carolina and Georgia who will
take the trouble to call at our
FIRST CLASS CLOTHING HOUSE,
Will be willing to endorse our assertion :
That our House contains the MOST COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT, and the most elegantly
finished Stock of
SEAB?-MABI ?llliS
That has ever yet been offered in Augusta. "
OTTS TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Is supplied with thc CHOICEST CLOTHS^ CASSIMERES and VESTINGS,
including the most delicate shades of cobr to be found in the country ; and its.ope
rations will bc prosecuted with RENEWED CAKE AND ATTENTION on the part of the
Proprietors, so that nothing of an inferior character -can possibly escape theil
vigilance.
Our Stock of GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS will be found complete in
Gents'White Linen Bosom.SHIRTS;
Gents1 UNDERSHIRTS and DRAWERS :
White and Colored Linen HANDKERCHIEFS ;
HALF. HuSE.of every description ; .
Kid, Silk. Lisle Thread, Buckskin, Dog Skin and Cloth GLOVES ;
NECK TIES, BOWES, BUTTERFLIES, SCARFS, &c ;
Linen and Paper COLLARS, &oM ?zo.;
TRAVELLING SHAWLS and BUGGY RUGGS, &c;
So that our patrons can supply themselves at our House,with every article ihey
may require.
KENNY & AY;
Augusta, Oct 22 ' 2m' 43
WOKTH OF "DEY GOODS
AT " ? * - .
: WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL,
Comprising one of the GREATEST VARIETIES ever 'brought
to the City of Augusta, and at Prices, when rated at Gold value,
below what they were before the war.
Our Stock has been selected with great care, and with a
special eye to the wants of the people in this Section. Every one
wishing Dry Goods, from the lowest to the finest Fabrics, should
not fail to visit the
FREDERICKSBURG STORE !
They will there find the LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY, and
polite and attentive Clerks to wait upon them.
It is useless to attempt to-name the prices or articles for sale, as
it would more than fill the side of a newspaper. But call and
examine, and you will soon be satisfied that you.can get all you
want at the lowest prices.
V. RICHARDS tc BROS.
301 Broad Si., Corner by Planters' Hotel,
AUGUSTA, GA.
Oct 15 42
SADDLES, HARNESS, LEATHER,
AND
SHOE FINDINGS! '
ALBERT HATCH. CHAS. G. GOODRICH.
HATCH & GOODRICH,
No. 271 Broad Street, A/u gusta, Ga.
jP^E INVITE THE ATTENTION OF OUR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC
generally to our full and complete stnek ol*
SWADDLES, BRIDLES,
HARNESS, TRUNKS,
WHIPS, COLLARS,
IIARNES^i MOUNTINGS,
HORSE BLANKETS,
LEATHER OF ALL KINDS, SHOE FINDINGS,
And a well assorted lot of
BELTINGS.
We would be happy to receive a call from all our frieuds at our new stand, No..
271 Broad Street.
HATCH & GOODRICH.
Augusta, Oct 22 3m 43
OUR OLD AND NEW FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS WILL BE SUP
.lied as usual with the best of '
Groceries and Articles Used by Planters
VT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES, at the old Stand of ESTES & CLARK.
JOHN M CLARK & SONS,
278 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Oct 22 . 3m43
O'DOWD & MULHEEIN,
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 Stock
ivLng been purchased before the advance in Gold, we vre prepared to sell
.A.S LOW J?S> THE LOWEST.
{f^?Mereliants and Planters and Planters.visitir.g our City would o well to call
ifore purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta, Oct 22 _ 3m 43
Established 1845
-0
$?? J\f| a IHfi ii ii ?fl fi ^
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE
-DEALER IN
RUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS,
DYE-STUFFS, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
.ND DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES,
264 Broad Street, lugmsia, Ga.,
3AS NOW IN STORE one of the most complete Stocks in the South, to which
respectfully iuvitcs.the attention of Merchants, Physicians and Planters.
Nie Stock embraces everything to be found in a FIRST CLSSS WHOLESALE
LUG HOUSE, both of American and Foreign production, which is offered at
?es that cannot fail to please.
Laving had an experience of twenty-two years, in thc Drug Trade in Augusta,
flatters himself that he fully understands the wants of thc people.
iercharts arc assured that they can purchase their supplies from us at NEW
RK PiliCES, freight and expenses added.
HI that wc ask is au examination of our Stock and Prices,

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