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HJAVE NOW IN STORE the following DO
.R MESTIC GOODS, which they oere at
LOW PRICES, and to whtch they respectfully
invite the attention of the pub iv.
5 Cases fiue English LONG CLOTII;
2 do New York Millb do
5 do Old York " do
5 do .lamnes Seamlfl Mills do
2 do Nine Twist do
2 do Lonsdale do
0 do Water Twist do
-5 do Newburyplort do
100 Bles Str'el 110M ESPUNS for plantation use
25 " 3-4. 7-8 and 4-4 Brown I lotnespun,
5 Cases 12-4 ilarniltean ShlEPETING,
5 ," 10-4 and 11-4 Ahnduale do
5 " Il0-4, 11-4 and 12-4 A useutney Sheeting,
5. ." 10, 1.i and 12-4 Munnandoe do
25 " Very superior K ERSEYS,
30 Bales. " " 8-4. 9-4 and 10-4 heavy
50 . -'. 8 oz. OSNABDIRGS, different brands,
25 Caes CALICO.
Augusta. Dre 14 tf 48
Hodges and Fuller Institutes.
MR. WM: M. A R MSTRO)NG, A. B., PitCi
-t.. unler whose stprintendenee the -xer
cises of this Institution will be resumiied on MON
DA Y. the-] 6th January. is a graduate ,,f the S..uth
Carolina Colleg.e, an experiecedil mid approvel
Teather, and will give his undivided attention to
the improvemnent of the-.youth eomllitted to his
ere4zand to-prepare then for enter ig lany South
Ritraczets.-Col. J. D. Will'unas. Capt. .. G.
Wilims; F. N'awfte Eag , WY. It. Hinh' \lu Mj. G.
Bird, Jushta'Saxun and R. Pitts; of Laurens.
J. E. B. EVANS, M. D., PRINCIPAL. The e
ercise of this Ilnstitution %% ill be resumedh on MON
DAY-the 16th January 1854, under the direction
of the ahoe namled gentlemat, assi -ted by Daugh
ter. Dr. Ev.%ss has taught for several years with
success, -an't the hearty approb-tion of his patrens:
and assures the friels aild pAtrins of the Institu
tiun that niO ellort shall he want:ng on his part to
impart io tile Voun1g lad.'s connnitled to his cale,
that intellectual and moral train:nig which is requi
site too their happineis and u-:efuhlelss in future life.
Dr. EVAss is prepared to give thorioughl instruction
in the French langutrtae, and will have in the ortia
nental bratiches-ivell-qualified lnstructors.
ESn.sef. .-e! "W.-Prewit and D. Candler -
Ei-qrs., Franklin eounty, Ga.; lol. V. B. White,
and Jamie Lof:on. Esq. Rtuckersville, Ga .1. A.
Ev';''M-. . aind WV.- Fl. Tu rpt:n, M. . D., A itigusta,
(Gii;' R4. C. D. Ntal'ery, Albeany. Ga.: Theomvas 11.
Wlftv, M'. 9.4 S. Blanding, M1. D., Columbia.
gzenses per Session of five Months.
Primary Department, First Class,.
- second ... ... .. 9 (10
Thir. ". .....................15,00
With Ancient Languages and Higher
French, Drawing and Painting. each......10.00
lu-ic on Piano-................ . ......4.0
Useof Instrument.. ..'... ... -.... ...... .2,00
Colitingencies, fromen 50 to 75 elits.
11eoarl per month, frt $8 to Sl0.
G' The charges :re the saile ill b1oth Ilstitut:ons
foor thisame studies.
These lustittions are locatced in the village of
CGeitwood, tfamed f r its pileasant and lieatlthfu!
PltuAti)1o, and1- immeliately oin the Greenville and
Dve 14 4t 48
TTII.E Cuamiasioners of Pobtie Buildings, for
LEdv-iield 1j trict; will receive, untit the first
MNindsy is January nert, sealed. proepoesals for the
liailding af a Wal.1 arounld Ihe KElichil Jatil.
Thec Wall. is to. be '26 brick ill thlickness-the
founastion, is ter be cof stoine I i feet abeeve t he su1rface.
Thae heighthl eof the enitre Waell is to be 10 feet.
Every twenty feet aroeuned, there is toe be a preoj. e
tiein cn one side a brick andie n half .squlare at botteom
nde sitparing..to size of .wal!l at toip.
,Thes entire-tiep .is to htave lhgoken .glass la'd ill
RIIIanII Oetilft; hei whlt-eeof the waert k is. toe be
I ai.iine mortar. . Prcpoals rcevedl as per run.
iaingfot. -'The fo-.tndat-in toe lbe wtll dug ->ut.
--hcres-l be frurnlr hour hnde:ede to 'ix hund'red
runming feet. - JOllN HIUIET, Chair'n.
MIR. L EIG H. would rcelpectful:tnneonce tee
IIthe. lxties an~d Genttleen of Edgetieldt an~d
Vielinty, hait li- ie rieew ready~ teo serve all tha~t maytI
t-diirouw oft obtairnitng one- or mlore cof his
-. Uhrivalled DtsguaerreotyTFN
Mr. L. iie prepaired tee take anyv of the dityerent
styles oef i ctures the A rt is capeable cef.
. .~ 27 iL.,eswll fined that black or 'dark dresing
wifl addI much to the beauty oef the Picture.
Klav~ 11tf 17
Heavy All Wool Negro Goods
.ITLLER & WA RREN, Anegusta. Ca., have
-* just received ..t lar::e Steock of Gcorgtit
Plasian andte a large lot Or 8-4 and 9-4I Ne
gg-o..Bla.33kets, sate oef theml wveighinlg eight
1sounds to the pear. teo whic-h they invite thle attenl
tieon oft planters. Also,
GENX'INE IIETT ANCIIOIR B0O.TING CLOTHS,
Fromt No 1 to 10.
-A ugusta, Oct. 12 Cm 39
White Lead, Linseed Oil,
LAMP OIL, N EATS FOOT OiL an-1'TAN
NERS OIL, for sale next door to st'LLv.ts's.
- R.u T. .IIMS.
Aug24 tf 3
~amhurg & Edgefield P'k Road,
~3 H E Pt A NK RI'.\I) frillm 1lamburg to LEdge
..fie'd is now comp1!et d and opten feer thet pe~blic.
11. A. K ENICE(. IPre-.
eOt 5 tf 3
IN ORDINA RY,
JY H. T. WYRIGIlT', Esqr., Ordinary of
E efedDistrict :
Whereais, Mtb. Whitte hats applied to me
*or Letters of Administ ratiomn. on all antd
ingultar the goiods. :mdu ebattlets, rights atnd
credita, of EljhWhte late of thie Dis
trict, aferesaid, deceasedl.
TheIase are, therefore, to cite and admotnish all
.and sing~ular, the kindred and creditors oef the
saia detceased, to lbe :indt apjpear beore me, ni
our next Ordinary's Coutrt feor tile said District,
to be hilden at Edgefield C. 11., on tile 2nd
day oif Jant. next, toi shoew enn.-e, if any, w~hy
the saeid~ administration shlotid tnot be grantited.
Given under myv hand :and senl, tis 19:ht day of
Dec. in 'thie year of' eour Lord on~e thlonsand
eight hutndredl and fifty-thtree, and in the 78tht
year of Amecricanf lndependene.
11. TI. W RiIiT, 0. E. D.
Dec 21 2t 44
.L eros Notice.
LLProsidebted to the Estate of C. J.:
i. Glover, dee'd., are requesttd to make immc-l
dicate payment, and those having demandls against
enid estate, will plrteent thtem proeperly attested.
JOIIN R AINSFOR D), Admt'r.
Sept 2-? tt 36
JULST Received direct freem the Factory, Thirty
Boxe-s Cit EWVING T)H.ACCO, comlprisinlg
Four Cheoice ILa~mds, viz: leiney IDet Oronoeco,
Extra and Premoinum. Foer sate by tih Box, or at
retaih at LOW Pi'lCES. Don't fail ito call and
sample before buying elsewhtere.e
0. L. PENN, AttEr.-r
Oct 26 tt 41
ALL Pe-rmons indebted to the Ei'tate oif Stephen
1.Smith, idee'd., are requested to, make paymlent.
and those hav.'ng demnands against th~e Estate will
present themt properly attested.
LEVY MlcDANIEL, Adm'or.
Nov 301 tf 46
A.LL Persons indebted to the Subscriber will.
fid their ntecounts wvithi Rev. D). D). Brunron,
whe is authorized to receipt for me.
nci-& u3t 48
Grocery and Cotton Business
T H1 E Undersigned takes this meth6i'of inform
ing his -friends and customers, and the public
genera.ly, that having recentlh purchased from
Messrs. ES31%DLEY s& RosANOND, ther entire
Stock of Groceries,
Ile is now prepared to carry on the business on the
most liberal terms at their Old Stand, where he has
now on hand, and will 1be constantly receiving a
1.A RGE,- FRESH1 and WELL SELECTED
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS,
Coiiprising every article in the line ever called for
by the PIlnter.-all of which lie will be prepared to
sell on the moiast reasonable terms.
le wi:l be constantly in the market ror Cotton
and other lroduee, for which.tho most liberal pri
ces will be paid. T. B. JOUNSON.
11amburg, Dec 10 3m 4S
NEW FALL GOODS!
C. BRYAN has received, at his old
. Stand, (the Brick Store) a FULL ASSORT
FAJNCDRY D0V D3
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
Rich Colored Brocade SILKS,
"Paid S ILKS,
Superior PMin Black SILKS,
" Plain Spun
" Amerivanise "
" French and English M1ERINOS,
" ) E A N ES, and Scotch Ginghaia.,
English, French and American PRINTS.
A GOOD AssoRT.ME:r or
Kir3n7,Pla.1:. Bed &Negro Blankets,
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,
SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
Which lic offi-rs at the LOWFATl' PRICES for
Caish.,and on time to punctual customers.
0- Call and examine for yourselves.
Ehefwird C. 11., Oct 12 if 39
New Fall &- Winter Goods.
I.E Subscriber begs leave to offier to his custo
nwrs and friends, a very
Select Stock of Dry Goods,
In all or its varieties which lie has seleted with
great care in the hest Northern lMarke-ts ;such as.
New York and Boston.aud which lie thinks is weil
adapted to th. Fall and Winter trade.
- AL SO -
A goid Stock of all other articles usually kept for
the use of counTry trade; all of which will be sild
t*- for Cash, or on aecommnudating tems to puic
The very highest 'Market price will be paid for
Cotthis and other produce in exchange for Go-ds.
M. W. CLAIRY.
Sept 28 853 tt 37
SNOWDEN & SHEAR have received
k from New Y..rk
Ladie' white and black Merino and Lambs Wool
I lose :
Tadies' heavy fleecy lined black law Silk [lose:
Ladies''white, b!iek and slate colorsd English
I lose ;
Gemtlenimen's superior Cotton and Merino Half do.;
Mis-sas' and Youthi's Ilose. a full ass.ortiment;
A large supply of Children'. fancy Cotton, Worsted
and Silk Ilaeisery;
Ladies' Silk and Merino Vests, w:th long and short
Gentmieim's Merino and Silk Shirt sand Drawers;
Miisses' Merin.. Vests :.
A complete assortment of Alexander's Ladies' Kid
The public are respectfully requested to call and
examine the assort:ent.
Nov 23 tf 45
CXLOTHIM~ E MPORIULM.
7M .PRICE & CO., TAunoss-FOR
' ilE PINGs IR UI---.\re constantly
inmunfacuir'.ng and A-r ALL: -raar5 well supplied with
the newest mstles lif'
Clothing of all descriptions,
'CO'A TS,:PA NTA1-.OONS, VESTS, SUIRTS,
tudrshsirts 'asnd Drawe~rs,
CRAVATS, SCARFS, GLOVES, BELTS AND BRACES,
HOSIER.Y 'OF A LL KINDS,
Trunks, Travelling Bags, &cke
TOIL ET -FIURNISIlIN G-Fanicy Soap., Ex
tmetis, Cloth and Ihar Brushems, Combs, Rogers'
Knives, Shenrs, Purses and Port Moniies, ('anes,
Umbrela-.- Ilats,'Caps, and evcry article of Geni
iemens' d ress anid personald furniture.
TO Il E TRAI)E--We ar'e well supplied with
CLOTils. CASSIMERIES, VESTINGS ANID
TItI.\M.\NGS. Cloths by the piece, pattern or.
yardl, wh'chl we will sell as low as can be bought in
New York City. .1M .PIE
W. T. INGRAIIAMi. ]
No. 258 Broad-street, A ugusta Ga.
Mtarch 30 - tf 10
ROOTS AND SHOES
AT THE IRON FRONT STORE OPPOSITE THE
Nasonic Hall, Augusta, Ga.
B cots, Shoes, Trunks, Carpet Bags, &c.
R lE now receiving their FAI.L STOCK of
GI. ents. l~adies, Mlisses, Buys, Youths and
Chilren'si SilOES of thme
A tnd the be,.t thast can he bonght.
Our Assortmnt contamins EVERY ARTICLE
uua~y kept in the~ largest Boot and Shoe Store.
- -Ai.L. vaait.-ars or
AND HOUSE SERVANTS' SHOE S
All o.f which we will sell on the most reasomnable
A neuta. Ocet 12 tf 39
Pair Homei made Plantation
IARNESS. SOLE AND) UPPER LEATHER.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil.
SHOEMAKE RS' FINDINGS.
A t the Shloe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
R. T. MIMS1.
July 21 ____ f ________27
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Thomas
I.Choanberlaim', dece'd., arc requested to mtake
payment imnmedhiatehy, and those having demands
must render them in soon, as the Estate will and
mut be settledl up b'y the twenty-fifth oif Dec. next.
W. LI. JENNINGS, Admn'or.
Nov 9 7t 43
U LST Reevda heavy Stock of READY
e 1A DE LOTlllNG, well suited to the Fall
and Winter Trrade, nid will be sold L.OW FOR
CASHI, or on easy terms to, punctual custonmers'.
Let the doubtfull exanmine for themiselvyes.
M. W. CLARY.
Caryton. Oct. 3., tf 38
I S HEREBY given to all persons indebted to thme
Estante of Edmiund Boyd, dee'd., to make in)
nmedite payment, and those having demands against
tme said Estate, will render them in properly attested.
J AS. &TA NDY BOYD, Ex'rs.
Dec S lv 41
A LLPeronsindbte tothe Estate of William q
. Wahrumdee'd., will please make immedi
at payment to the Subscriber, and all those havingh
any .demiands against said Estate will present them, t
btly attested according to law.b
JOSEPH CRA FTON, Ex'or.
Dec 7 4t 47
A1 l' etsons indebted to the estate ofiHenryF F
..Freeman, dce'd]., will come forward imme-'
itey and make payrment, and those having de- "
n oands will retmtet- thlem ih pt-opet.y attestedl.
FebO .J. 14. JENNINGS, Ex'or.
lJy i !51
W ILL be found at all times in his Office, at
VEdgefield Court House, near the PLANTER'S
He will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov.14 tf 51
A GENT for t he Prosecution of Claims for Boun
ty Land. Revolutionary and other Pensions
Offie sit Edgetield C. 11., S. C.
Feb 23 tf 6
Savannah Mutual Insurance Co.
CONTINVE to take FIRE and MARINE
RISKS on the mest favorable terms, at their
Agency in llamburg.
E. J. BUCKMASTER, AGENT.
Nov. 23. 1853. 3m 44
Etna Insurance Company.
r H E Substeriber, as Agent of the above Com
Tpany, will take FIRE and MARINE RISKS
at satisfactoary rates.
E. J. BUCKMASTER, AG.NT.
Nov 23, 3m - 45
National Safety Insurance Co.
INSURANCE taken on Lives by this Company.
Agency at Ilanburtr..
E. J. BUCKMASTER, AGENT.
Nov 23, 3m 45
Fresh and Pure Medicines, &c.
rIIE Subcriber has just received a SELECT
Family Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
-CONHISTING iN PAaT OF
Sulphate of Quinine. Pure Pill Mass,
Sup. Carbotate of Soda, Culonel,
Henry's Cal. lagnes-a, Cream of Tartar,
Epsmn1 Stilts, cldine,
Sulphate of Morphine, d ILde .f Potuaseum,
Lumcp Margntesia, Stryelinine,
Mumi's Elxir of Opium, Falhnestocek's Vermiiuge,
Thompson's Eye Water, I.\le A l:ter's Ointment,
Cheesecnan's Uitsumn, IEvans' Lanects.
Norwood's Veratrum Viride.
And a full supply oif imcost all the popular Patent
Medicines of the day, all of which are warranted
ree fwma adulteration.
G. L. PENN. AGaNT.
Oct 2G tf 41
To the Public,
H 31E Subserlhers leg leave to inform their
.friends and the public getn- rally, that they hnvc
and keep qcnstantly on hand a large and splendid
Buggies and Carriages,
Which CANNOT BE SURPASSED in any Mar
ket for price, beauty of style or durability.
Ilaving hiad a long experiecee in the practical
part of the business, and having worked in the fire.s
Etablislmctents in the Union, they flatter then
celves that they can and WILL :ve general satis
setion to all who ctay favor then. with a call.
CV All work warrantted.
W Shop n rear of the Court Ilcuse.
McGREGOR & SMITH.
Edgefield, Nov 16, 1853. -tf 44
Negroes for Sale.
T HE qubser:ber will offer for ele, to the higheet
bidder, ocn the first Maonday in Jianuary neft,
12 or 14 Likely Negroes,
onsisting of house servants and field hanids.
Trtuas.-The above property will lie seold on a
nedit o tone, two# ande three years, with intere.t
from date. The purchasers widl be requ;red to
give their notes with two approved setcur:ties. Any
sne wishing to pturcb:use any of the above negroes
man treat fo.r them pr*vately previous to the clay (of
cIe. I. BLA LOC .
Dee 7 4t 47
Administrator's Sale !
BY Virtue (Cf an Ordler front IL T. Wright,
I)Eq., Oredinary of Edlgefield District, I will
afr feor sai'e ean Wedeisdaey the 4thc day of .Janiu
ry 1854, at Liberty IHill. n!l the proapurty of Jeohnc
A nlerson, dee'd., consistinag eof a lot of ' -
S'arly all of themt beinig yeoung and very likely.
Xncmong thte inumther thcere is an excellent Coaek.goeod
Wageter~And Cearricge Driver, atnd .also a streong
icd inigenicous you~ng telccw, whoe has bceen. fear seite
ite past, weorkineg at thce Bleneksmtith's 'tade, ancd
.hs fir socan to beecemie a first rate Smcithc. A fine
lucok Case, Lot of Bceeaks ancd ant exclleiit Steat
Sun will be soald ait the seate timae, besides vari.'us
Trutss -A credit until thce 25th of Dec. 1S54,
vith approved scurities.
JOllN F. TALBERT, Adoc'ecr.
Decc7 4t 47
Feruvian Guano, Farmers'
P L ASTE R,
Eettlewell's Salts, Salts and Guano..
001~ TONS waerrante~d gceinte P'ernvinnt Gunino,
100 tb's. Farmer's P'laster, cocetainting 9t0
per cent Sulpahate oft I.iute,
100 Hls. Kettlewell's Chcecical Paltt,
100 " " Salts ande Guano,
For sale by RUIETT & RO HSON.
I & 2 Atlcatic Whaerf.
Planters who want eithcer oft thce atbeove Maenures
ill phenne send their orders at oce sea as to prevente
Chcarle stun, Dee 5 5t 47
Savannah River Valley R. Road
J'IUS Comcpany hIcving been eorgaizedl, ande niow
Lprepa~rintg to conrnntce aawratioans, deem it hare
,er for the putrposee ft inecrceasing subsc.riptionas tea
be Stock. tao give ntic that thce Directors hcave npc
ointi ed all the Commnisiionecrs, hieretafore appocinted
* receive subscriptionts, ad sapecially reqluest thiem
o devote still ocre timte eande labor teo thcis imiportant
nterre, by ecmtiniuing to use thecir inifluence in
rcering as mcuch Stoack to be takeni as possible,
vithin thceir respective locnlities. A nd tic this etnd
ley are authtorized to receive frio subsecre tea
;tock, noutes bearinig .interest faor the itnsta!mernt cit
ei per cenft.,, piaynblae tel tihe Savannnhcl River Vahley
ail Rcada. IR AM IIUTCI1IS0N, Pres.
Dec 7 3mc 47
[ta.Rfr sale the fo~lowing~ Traects of Land.
[Tract No I, Conata~ining 500 A cres-t w hcun
Ired necres cleared, nnde 40) acres oit first rate Bocttomt.
Traect No. 2, Cotiniang 250 Aeres-20J acres
0ittomct atn. 100 Wo~codlancd.
Tfahatands eof becth Tracets are of the best quality
mnd exceedinigly well timabered.
Evergreen, S. C., Nov~ 9, 1853. tf 45
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
. IN COMMON PLEAS.
P ARR U.\ WA LL, who is now in the Custody
LofthecSheriffetr Edgefield Distriet, by Virtue
f a Wt it of Capias ad Satisftaciencdum, act thec suit eof
lexander Shearpeton, haevincg filed in mcy Oflice, to
~ether with a Schcedtile can oath, cit his estate anad
tets, hais pe'ition to the Coaurt of Commotn Pleas,.
raying thcat Ihe may be admcitted to thec benefit of
he Acts cif the Generatl Asemnbly, madcee for the
eif of insolvetnt debtors it is oirderedi, Thnt thet
enid Alexandcer Sharptonc, acid all other creditors tea
hom the said Parruma Wall is inc any wise indebted,
id they are hereby sucmmaoned, aind ha~ve not ice to
ppear befoire the said Court at Edlgefield Conrt
louse, on thce First Mondety itn March next, or on
tatte eother conavenient dany to be het nya.Ict aund ap
intedci, during the sictinag of thte said Court, to
how etuse, it anty they cani, why thte prayer of the
aicd Petitioncer aforesaid should tnt lhe granateed.
TIIOS G0. B ACON, c. E. K. 5i.
Clerk's Office, Noiv 30th, 1853. tf 47
ALL1 Personts indebted -to thce Estate of Caleb
. Tallecy, dee'd., by note or otherwise, are re
nested to tmake paycment to the Undersigned by or
efore the first dacy of Januiary next, ncnd sall persons
aving demanids against saidl Estate are requested
presenct thlem dtily attested to the~ Unidersignaed
y the timie above splteified...
JOSEP11 B. TALLEY, Ad'ore.
Dcc7 4t 47-~
N haend a good supply at $1 ,00 per Gross, or'
one .denlt per hox; wtarratited good. Call at
V Att-rT Svoas," 155 Broad Street3 Augusta Ga.,
ad get yotir supply foi- thte yeent'.
J. A.GU LY
J. P. 8 ETZE
H AVE just received a new supply of Imported
and Domestic CARPETINGS, of rich and
new designs, amongst which are the following de
Union Carpetings at................ 371
"... ".. ...................621
All wool ". ...................75
Scotch Ingrain Carpeting*...........1 00
" Double Ingrain Carpeting,.'. ...I - 2J
Three Ply, all wool, ' .. 1 25
" '- extra fine and very heavy... 1 50
Brussels, " " " ... 1 to 1
Rich Tapestry Carpeting..... ....2-50
Extra rich " " .............3 00
Plain Bazes and printed Druggets, for
Cruin and Floor Carpets from.. 75 to 21
4-4, 5-4 and 6-4 Checked and plain Straw Mlattiig
6-4 Oil Cloth. (lined)
Hearth Rugs from $4 to $9.
Door Mats and Carpet Bindings,
Together with an- extensise stock of Fancy -Ana
St iple Goods, which heoffers at the lowest market
Augusta, Nov 28 4t 46
New Piano Forte & lilusic Store.
A. A. 01AM & ,
(Next door to Mechanic's Bank.)
Pianos, ielodeons, Guitars,. Violins,
Accordeonti, Flutes, Sirings,
SiIEET MUSIC,_and everyllting-inihe-Masic line
SECOND-HAND P'a,154 gAKrN IN ExcnaI aE.
cg"Orders for MUSIC li iail pironptly at
OT PIANOS TUNED-an -REP-AIRED.
Persans wanting their PIanos tuned,.will .plase no
tify us to that effect.. A. Aa .CLA RK,
B. F. CLMK.
Augusta, Nov. 9 2ni ~ 43
GEORGE SINOLAIR, .
COL.MB[A, S. C..
STEAM ENGINE BUILDER -
And Boiler. Maker.
A LL kinds of Floar, Grist. apd. Saw blill Gear
. ing and Shafting mnale and wairanted to per
form equal to nny in the State.
Dr. It. T. MNs, at EdgefAld C. II.,- sauth'rised
Agent to make contracts.
Nov. 2, 1853. .Jy 42
PALNTB, OE10s @hASVs
8 H IP C H AN D L E RY,
No. 601 East-Bay, opposite V. & E. Nank
CHutL.roN. S. C.
H E keeps constantly for rale a general amsort
ment of PA INTS and OilS of all kinds,
Window Glass 's nil Sanhes,
Spits. Turpentine, Camnphene, Spirit Gat,
Tallow, Grindsones, Cordage,
Chain Punpe, Giue, Packing Yarn,
Cotton Foot Gin Fixtures, and Brushes of various
Charleston, Nov. 1. _m 42
R E TV 0; V A U
Boot and Shoe Manufactory.
- hAVING vimoved to the Store
a-ljoi:nin 'Dr. 'A:' G.' TAGuE's
Drug Sidre, as usual,- I am pre
eared to moakei to ordecr, Fijie Dreta, Doubale Soled
Water Proof and Pui'> - .
Boots andr Shoes,
f the very BEST MATERIAlS; and nn excel
ent fit alwaiys wnrrantedL.....-......--.-..
Also, ona hanud a .large..sriety of BOOTS and
SOES of my .own m~aisfacture, whjeh will be
isposed of on reason~abib'teriifs.
Nov. 16 - . ., - .. :- -. - 44
SN. B --Wanted, three apprentices. to learn
he Shoe-makingbusiness. a Please apply efmon.
W HOLEAUIjE AN1F RETIA IL
B OO T k SE o.RfUSINiiSS !
7I 11E Umalersigned respectfully.infortns his friends
,in Carolinn,~thct lhe hesiRemoved from 11am
hrg to Augista Ga., on she Snuth side of~ Broad
Street, eapposite dIte A ugu'sfaHotel, where he will
be ple~ased toa see his. old fi.'-nds and customers.
e would alo state that la hais just returned fromi
the North, wheare, with ea're. and attention, he has
prhased, at the LOWESTF MAU!KET PRICES,
large Stpek of
Boots and Shoes,
Trunks, Valses, Carpet-Baga,I
nd every article belonginig to the Whaoleaale and
etail Hoot anal Shoae Bnsiness, which he pk-dges
itself to sell CIlEA PER than any other f louse
n A ugustaz, FOR CASh!, or on time to punctual
le lers... .
A ny one wanting: Gnods'in~lhi-ine will find it to
heir interest to call and examine his -Stock befaore
urchsing elsewhere-and he will take pleasure in
~xibiting themi to every -one who may favor him
with a visit.
Hie takes occasion here to return his'hlertfelt
hanks to h's kindl friends foi- their liberal patroniage
ieretafare bestowed oni him, and hoapes by strict at
ention and perseverane in business, to merit a
ontinuance of the .me.~JhN W r
Opposite the Augusta Hotel,
IE Proprietor of thie ".aerv Srons' would
Iinform, the public that lhe has in hand, and is
from time to time receiving sujpplies of
All Kinds of Toys for Girls and Boys,
Such as Daolla of all descriptions, CryIng Babies,
orelain, Alabaster, India Rub~ber and Kid Hleads,
an some very large Wax-Dolls, with natural hanir,
oving cyes, anal ns natural as life.
M.\ R BLlES of all kinds, Rubber BA LLS, &e.,
c., and.when you visit~ Augusta jnst call in anal
buy a nice presenit for the good wife, the darling
oy and the beautiful girl-a I -have something
o suit each one, and perhaps you may see somec
thing to suit "~ No. 1.",.
J. A. GURLEY,
133 Broad Street, Augusta Ga.
Sept 5 tf 34
LLPersons i ndebted to the Estate of John
Falkncr, dee'd., are earnestly requested to
mke payment by the twenty-fifth (25) instant; and
Ilmae having dema;:ds to present them properly at
tested by that times, otherwise they positively will
be rejected, as the business of the Estate mat be
losed. WV. J. FA LKN ER, 6,
J. QJUATITLEBIUM. ~ joa
Dec 7 .4t 47
N o t i c e.
LL Persons indebted to Jo~hn Tompkins, by
.Note or Account, are notified that all debts
not liquidated by the 15th Februnry 1854, will be
laced in the hands of an A ttorney for collectioan.
- D.. C. TrOMIKINS, AGi~r.T
D e 1t 47
. LL~ Persons indebted to thme Estate of Warrea
.F. Winn, dee'd., are earnestly solicited to
n'ke payment forthwith, and those having demands
gainst said Estate will please~ renaler them in iam
n-iately. JEREMIA H SEIGLER, Ex'or.
Nov 9 6 a m 43
N Monday, the 3rd of October, from .Edgefield
C. HI., a BAY HORSE of medium size, 14
ir 15 years old. Any information respecting the
tid horse will be thankfully received and expenses
paid by inforaaing G. L. Penn, or
Oct 2If 39
LrL Peithons indlebted to thec Estate of Isaac A~
.Bell, dee'd., are earnestly requested tu pay amp
y the first of Jaanuary next, and nll those having
liy demands against said Estate will hand in thaeita
ams propetly tittested aneeurdgtoaw
D. A. J. HELta Atitar.
nce vt A7
W & J. H I L L, 1lamburg,.S. C., won
.. form their friends and customers that they
keep Constantly on hand, at their old Stand, a
LA ItGE and \WELL SELECTED STOCK, eon
misting in part of the following articles.
F INE CUTLRY.
A large assortment of Pocket Knives, Knives and
Forks, Scissors, &c., &c., bth of English and
Tin and Copper Ware,
Every article of Tin Ware kept always on hand,
and orders received for any nirtiele that nay be
needed in the Copper, Tin. or Sheet Iron line.
tiOzp GZD " no SD -
A good assortment of lIcating and Comking Stoves.
The latter are reconnneided to Ilousekeepers for
'neatness and economy.
Gains and Pistols!
A full assortment of-Guns, from ordinary to very
fine. Colts' repeating Pistols, Allent;'s Revolving
and Self-Cocking Single Barrel Pistols. Also, com
A large and complete Stock of Smith's Tools, con
sisting cif. Anivels, Bellows, Screw Plates, fland
and Sledge lammers, Files, Rasps, &c.
Embracing all varieties of Plains, Saws, Chesels,
Augers, llamners, Ilutchets, Squares, Comapa.%ses,
Axes, Adzes, &c., &c.
Spades and Shovels.
Spades and Shovels of the be-st qualities. Also,
lanaure Forks, Hoes, &c., &c.
C I A I N S.
Log, Ox, Trace, Wnggon, Coil and Halter Chains.
Boilers and Caldrons.
A variety of. fl.oilers and Caldrons, by the pr. per
use of whicl farmers 'will find a great saving in
feeding Cattleand Hogs.
CASTING AND HOLLOW WARE.
Pots, Oen'is, Spiders, Tea Kettles, Wafle and Wa
fer Irons, Fire Dogs, Waggon Boxes, Grid Irons,
Smoothing Irouis, Slorters, &c.
300 Kegs cf Nails, assorted sizes. Also an assort
ment of English and American Horse Shoes, and
florse Shoe Nails. CoYce Toasters, and Cotton
and Wool Cards.
Straw Cutters and Corn Shellers.
The most approved Straw Cutters, and Corn Shel
lers,.which larmers would find great econony to use.
Chain Pumps andl fixtures-an excellent method for
drawing water froni wells.
W All the foregoing articles sold on the most
IamiLurg, Oct. 2t 6n 41
. EORCE ROBINSON & IT. B. JACKSON
have ssmociated themselves togethr, for the
transacting of a
General Hardware Business,
Under the style of Rosmxson & JACxsoN, IHaniburg,
where we will always keep an extensive assortinent
of EVERY TIHING in that line, together with
Saddles, Briu ies, Iarness, Leather,Trunks, Whips,
Hamburg, April 27 tf 15
ROBINSON k JACKSON,
HLAVE now on hand a most complete Stock
H of Hardware, anouigst which may be
200 Ton English and Sweed Iron,
500 Kegs Nails,
20,000 Lbs. Castings,
-550.Doz. Collins' Axes,
75 Brades' Patent IToes and others,
5 " Superior Straw Cutters,
20 4 Spades and Shovels,
.10 " Rlakes,
Tilletson and others make of Vices and A nvills,
I'rnee, Halter, Log, Fifth and other style of Chains, 4
A complete Stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery,
-A LL STYLI OF
Plains, Saws, Chisels, Screws, hinges,
Knobs, Bellows, Bitts, Gunts,
Pistols, Shot Bags,
- Powder Flasks, Cotton and Wool Cards, i
--- .Well Wheels. Kettles, Stew Panis,
Frying Pans, Gridironts,Ilammers. I latchtets,
aks, Wf;a.nd Witfily frons, Odndle Sticks,
Steelyard.., Markitng Guages, Spirit Levets,
- -Andhirttt, Sli.,vels and Trongs, Screw
Plates, -Coinpasses, Thium
. - - Guages, .P'ereursion.
.- Caps, ke.
Hamburg, A pril 27 ..tf 15
N E W
Hardware & Cutlery Store,
IT E SUBSCRIBERS havc just received their
-Fall Stoek of
H ARDW ARE & CUTLERY,
onsisting of Atils, Vices, Bellows, Smiths Ham
ners' Screw Plates, Stock anid I~ies, horse Shoe
ails, Rasps. Files, lland and Cut, Mlill, and all other
id of. SA WS.
500 dozen of all kinds of Locks.
00 " " " Enives.
00 pair Pistols of all kinads.
100 Guns. Colts Revolvers. AIlens din.
Waggon Ch~ains, Castinigs, Hfintges, Screws, house
Fr.nishing Goods, and everything else comtiected
with, a Hlardwaire Ilouse.
- A LSO
orn Shellars, Straw Cutters, M.ills, the genumnec
Cillins Axes, Adzes, Hatchets and all kinds Edge
We woutld respectfully solicit a share of patron
ge, and anything sold by us will be warranted of
Ihe beat manufacture.
MULL4ARKEY & OAKMfAN.
A few doors above Insurance Batik, Angusta Ga.
SSpt. 28 1853. 6 37
50 HUIDS. SUGAR, Also 50 Barrels STEW
200 Bngs COFFEE.
25 H hds. MOL ASSES,
200 Coils ROPE, some very superior.
300 Bales Gunny and Dundlee BA GGING,
30 Whole, Halr anid Qnnrter HbLis. N.o 3, No 1.
~and Mess MA CKEREL, also Kits,
And we would AL~SO state,"~ that we have a fine
Blankets, Negro Cloths,
Bedsteads, Chairs, Saddles, Osnaburgs, Stripes,
Iron, Nails. Oils, Wh'te Lead. Shot, Bar Lead, I
Salt, Cheese, Powder, Soap, Rice, a
iBacoin, kc., &e., &c.,
And in fact, every article usually found in a Gro- a
ery Store. J. SIBLEY & SON. d
Hlamburg, Nov 14, tf 44
Brocries and Stapic Goods.
W E have now ont hand, and shall continue to
receive additions thuroughiout the business
etson, a COMPLETE STOCK OF GIlOCE (
UES, comprising every thing usually kept in a
(roery Store. Among which may be enmerated 1
Gunny and Dundee Bagging, I
Bale Rope and Twine,S
Bacon and Hatms.
Molasses and Sugars of every description, I
Nails, Putty and Glass, C
Linseed and TraIn Oils, and White Lead;
Salt, Iren, Shoes and 'atnkets;S
Tobamceo, Leather, Cuff. c and Ten:;
Osnatburgs, Brown Shirtings anid Cotton T
Rice, Soap, &c. For sale on the most rea- C
LARK & BUCKMASTER. 1
Hamburg, Niov. 16 3m 44
Whiskey, Rumn, Brandy, &c.
y\BARRELS Rectified, Monongahela and Mila
LU ler's Old R~ye WHISKEY. t
New Englatnd and Jamitica R UM, .
American and Holland GIN.
American atnd Frencht BR AND 1,..
Madeira, Teneriflie and Malaga WINES. 1
Peppermint, Cinnamon and Perfect-Love COR
LEMON SYRtJP, by the Gallon ot- Bottle.
Irish and Scotch WHISKEY,
Cider and White Witne VINEGA R,
Pnt, Half-pint and Quart FLA SKS,
Wine. Lemon Syrup and Pt-ter BOTTLES,
DEMIJOHN8, all si~es.
E. HODGES, AGaENT.
Nov 29 tf 46
Oni hand and for Salec 2
ASUPERIOR Lot of WINES and LIQUORS pt
.*which will be sold in quantities of Three Gal pl
tis, or more, by ' F. M. NICHIOLAS.
?LRTANTLY ON HAND &-STILL -RECEIVING
I As iving my usual supply of GOODS for the
FALL A NTER TRADE,
To which I respectfully invite th e on of the Community
and the Trading Public. W. J4 UTLER,
Edgefield C. H., Oct. 12, No 1, PARi Row.
FOGARTIE & DELAND,
CORNER KING AND WENT WORTH STREETS, CHARLESTON S. 0.
COL'D FIG'ED DE TON SILK, at 87J ets. SUPER BLACK TAFFETA SIL,.
Argentine Striped Silk, wide, at $1. Black Satin Do Chene LevAteen Silkx.
Black Silk, at 62j, 75 and 874 cents. FOGARTIE & DzLAD.,
Extra wide Black Silk, with rich lustre, at $1. I
Dress DeLaines and Cashmeres.
RICH BROCADE DE TOUR, Satin finish, ENGLISH CHINTZES, I2 and 25 ets..
l'ersian Calmere-4, Beautiful designs, 37T eta. 4-4 Rich Fig'd Crimwon Curtain Chintz, 12J ets.
Sluslin DeLaines, 121 nnd 25 ets., new pattern, 7-8 Wide Rubed Chintz, at 12--worth 25.
200 Pieces CALICO, at 64 ete-worth 10 eL. FOGARTIE & DELAND.
Velvet and Trimmings,
YARD WIDE MA ZARINE BLUE nnd Black PLAIN BLACK VELVET RIBBON,
VELVET, for Mantillas, Colored Wave Worsted Braid.
'celvet Trimmings, Galloon Dress Trimming. FOGARTIE & DELAND.
STANDING COLLARS.-150 Dozen GENT'S. 3 PLY STANDING COLLARS, slightly*'
damaged in shidping, at 61,50, worth and usually sold at $3 per dozen.
FOGARTIE & DELAND. -
Blankets and Kersey&
300 LONDON BLANKETS, at $1. WHITNEY BLANKETS, fine quality,
Lot of Servants' Blankets, slightly stained in 250 Pair Hotel Blankets, at a bargain,
shipping, will be sold low, Kerseys. at 16 Cents,
00 Pair 3 Points Mackinaw Blankets, I Extra Georgia Kerseys,
Fine Bath Bed Blankets, I Gre Plains, at 37J cents.
Charleston, Nov 12 FOGARTIE & DE LAND, Corner King and Wentworth St.
SELLING OFF AT D s s olution -
ACTUAL COST, FOR CASH HE Co-Partnership herttore existing ctwoni
I~fl U:deri~nd hvin detrmied pona t~tlthe Undersigned, is this day dibsolved by Alu
*HE Undersianed having determined upon a
change in their business, offer their ENTIRLRE The name of the Firm will be used by 6h r
stock at ty in liquidation. The Boks and Noks wilt,
Actual Cost, for Cash Only kept at their Old Stand. SALE & LARK.
Their Stock comprises a large and splendid as- Augubt 10th, 1853.
Rich Dry Goods, Groceries, COPARTNERSHIP.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, - E Have this day aseociated curselves together
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, W for the purpose (f doing a
oots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, kc., &c. General Grocery Business,
All those who desire to get GOOD BAR- Under the Firm of LARK & PLCKMASTER, at
JAINS, will do well to call early. the Old Stand Of SALE & LArac, where we shal
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE. endeavor to deserve a continunce of the verv libe
Edgefield, Oct. 3, 1853. 3m 38 ml patronage heretofore exaendvl to the Late Firms
- -Of SALE & LAK and of Jf rma. CorilsAN & Co.
PIANO-FORTES, BOOKS, MUSIC, &C. LARK & JXCKMASTER.
TIlE Subscribers would called at- August 10th, 1853.
tention to their Splendid assortment of.
R EING compelle-d by ill health and the increasle
PIANO FuUTFA of ny individual businesT to withdraw from
)f 6, 6j, 61 and 7 Octavos from the celebrated the Firn of SALE & LANE, I take thas oplortuniiy
anufnetories of BAcoN & RAVEN, UIAZELTON & to return ny most grateful thanks to ny frieadi
anos. and A. If. GALe & Co., of New York.- and customers for their patronage so liberally bes
-hese are niae from the best and thoroughly sea- towed, and to commend to their favor and patron
41ned mate-rials, with aill the latest improvements, aeteNwFr fLR UKATR
md are WARRANTED to stand the various JOIINSON SALE.
-hanges of this climate-and for equality and sweet- Aug 10, 1853. 3m 44
ess of tone cannot be surpassed.
Their BOOK and STATIONERY departnmentFothPlnes
onists of a good assot tmuent of jA*fLbPevimGa,
School and Miscellaneous Books, )UV)lO bsielwllsGA'Q
nd all the Cheap literature, as soon as published, adSLS
s well as a large and well seleeted Stock of Sta- 0Bl.Ktlwl' hMCLSLS
inery, &c. 3 uegon LSIR
Their Stuck of PRINTED M1USIC is the largest Teaoeclbae lnr. o aeb
n the State, consisting of all the popular Songs,. . .SJJ Y&SO ..
Waltzes, Alarches, Variations. &c.~ abrNv1,.....f 4
g? New Mlusic received every week.r -ile~rldIdecdcta
. M~lusical Instrumnents. adAnrsnGzteil-oyte ve1u
They also keep an elegant assortment of the fol- ml frad blso 4 . & SN
hwing instrumaents oan hand viz: .A.GIE, -
iolins, Guitars, Violincellos, ClarCi-Y somshiifinpi~aol
nets, Cornopeons, Sax Horns, iiata ehsrmv4fn aaugt u
ENOR HORNS, FLUTINAS, FLAGEOLETS, BANJOSgutGSohsieorudSretneSuv
Accordeohas, Tanmboriniesi, &Panx ttesg AIT TR
FLUTES, &c. hrliwilbhaptoeehsldfinad
Also, an assortment of alusical Mierchandize, byfidelnmrtacatnutnofhtpa
LJ Au n n,rtment of sup)erior Violin and Guitarrngehrtoesolbalyetwd.isSok
TRINGS, always 'an hand,.osssi)pr fanetnievreyo
A ll the above articles w ill be sold for Cash or Wowr
~ood paper, by GF.Op. A. OAT.S & BROS.SchaTusoalkidukeChrPls
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Nov 9. tf 42 KelrWsBorsTry,&.&.
Rew Fall and Winter Goods.,bldlhao; ac
MILLXR & 'WA RREN~, Jogifrs iyPnFePoetadPn
Augusta, Ga., Sonbt rtamaadSleTheKie
AV ~E Just eeeived, it their Store, Corner op- n okCnl tcsPi okSo.Tts
Lposite the 3lansi:on IIousie, a lnare and corn- &. c loavre sotnn
lete Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, 4APANWARE
insisting of- ttrndCpPpr Wars Pis, edl,
Brocade and Rich Plaid SII.KS, 1 t oSecSl n IhedIuss
Brocadle and Striped Black SILKS, SSEDRHS N AFHS,90V8
Embtraaidered fiheriano R-obes,SikMt,&c
Rich Figured Cashnmeres and D'Laines, Acmlt soteto h ETPRU
Plain Freinch andI Enaglish!Mrino.s,. E Y O P, cdietfaa.JLsIAU .
Saxony Plaids, a beautiful article forjChmildren'sSOS AT N AS
Col'd English Flannels, for Children and Ladies' MsclIsrmns os
eks, Adi atmn te rilstn nneae
Super. White Gauze and Welsh Flannels, hreAlo"VRIATO CO"awy
Black Alpneca and Canton Cloths, for Ladies'tobfunhrecepyteBoorteri.
uring, Clanse J.AGlTLIY
Black Chally, D'Laines and Bomhazines, sBroStetAuutaGa
FrnhEgls adAercnIIIN e 5.Prnesi hrtfor ex 34g ewe
Colars~1akcBans:ThTe stlameaof theserw beused eOITher GIar
Da~askTabe Cots. abl Nnkis ad Dyl stisfiiaction ihThe ee i took ndoe ilb
12-4 eavyItarshey'Slmetina.,W AE orde thdaly rsciated androplve th
Together wth a tineStockpofposefNEfSdtendgdat
eamteky.JENSCLOHSCASIMEES ersnera w G idtrcneBuienilease
tad VESINGS.nuire oF ir. LOD L, dgRKi&lUC. i.TE, who
We espctfllysolcita cll rom ourfrind will kep tnand oe f orI. & Aor, thereei -
ad usomrs adpesos vsiin tmeciy eoudlevrt Addeser CAPontnne of theveyib-,
RichCaretsand ~ti rALL parsons ieeooetndeb ed to the Late FL.Girms a
mA pagust before the3 -s eray et
" NO DEN La. HEA , hae reeive afEINGt cd pellunted by dlealthud will icrasl
icTapstr VevetCarets ofnewandsplndi oTh myUndiiubsnedssmple to collectwtheom
styls;tdes meet the dAnd aintk thisptty
nghah rusel Crpesof ic: ad legmast te prcedsr of most rale u t an ks ttob frientd
upeiorIngainandTdreePlyCaretser sIfo thei patONUa olieAlly be.
'rnedFoo aie, yth aran n aten toed and to co mn o t fa46adptrn
pries;For the Plant
ich oloed amaksforWindw Crtas; ~CThIE o erte MCnuret Horuse wihyw
renc Widow lmaesof at dsHgamburgi , no 14,r pl'c to e h. .ppl .- 4
Urtain ga'mTse Licrensvillec; Brass;andePlatedtOct 12lir
suply TaleCovrs ofexra iz lng erocnarethulsey tiea t~
rechFrttetad i.anduflree bils to, be a Lskd 'N
Toal o wic teyrepetfll ivie heat for i t h O e rantmoed.f~ lmugt'u
gutiGan Suofsdetfheod Sretlic.qar
No2bt ov23 th.oe akt neryopoieth a
AND Pm indebedat the g VREYSO~
A L Pesuaasindbte t tie FrnaofB~Y whLeehe ag ist besappy stat e i ld reds n
Wayeihe b Nteoropn un ae ousby hat eaigmei as cointinnthofthtpt
BU~hNEL & W~h'.Wodwae -"
SuhNsTuovfal kn0,Bekas ha 46ais
K~ eeby given Boals Tprson, &c.,tt.
N~tIC~a i EsTa .B Coan or tl Etds .
LT~ ctsns ndetedso te Eth ofAbrm hClelphn Portoth Uvnpdersge, Ketles. Saneo
Kileeas, de' wil plase akeimm diatemak paimt, Fy theas- Fn Poeb andx Pen
tymet. lmo hvin demndswil prsen thnves, wil findR tat coesan'd hecom bent, enan a
~uprl atesedfor pymnt.antd FoCaetics, P ocks, Shon Taeks
Dt J.&c.,I&c.IRlso aAdarird .rment of~
Dec11 - Silk3Mitto,-ke. -
A coplet asortmnt f th BET P~lFU