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..iW FALL GOODS.
.1> ' ALL ERSTEDT, has. reeeivedA
the corner of Globe Hotel, Augusts, Georgia,
the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE stook of
; FANCY AND STAPLE DRY 44008
In the City, embracing every new ylo of
Valols de Ispatian DR aROBES
Plain Black, Watered and Figured SLKS ;
Moiro Antique abd Printed D.L&INES,
* Moiro Antique Velvet and Cloth TALMAS and
Colored and Black ALPACCA and MERINO,
- Etiglih, French and American PRINTS;
'rimmed A uspsse COLLARS and SLEEVES;
Maltese COLLARS and LACES;
Jaconet and Swiss TRIMMINGS;
Mull.and Jaconet Bands and Flouncings;
Alexander and Bajou Kid and Silk GLOVES;.
And an Endless Variety of everything sea
sonable for Ladies wear, to whieh especial attention
. A ntuata, Sept 10, tf 35.
L D. LALLERSTEDT. Augusta,Ga.,
. has just opened a SUPERIOR assortment of
Table Damask Napkins and Doulas,
Piano and Table Covers,
Turkish Quilts and Valedeer Cnnterpancu,
Extra 12-4 Lamb's Wool Bed Blankets,
. Sheetings and Shirtinge, great variety,
Satinets and Morena Casstmere.
-ALo EvtaY sTYLE OF
Negro Blankets and Kerseys,
~tripes, Osnaburge and Georgia Plains, &o., &o.,
to which he invites attention.
Aucusta, Sept 12 - 4t 35
FURNITURE AND CHAIR
WIJ E would call the attention of the public to
V our NEW and WELL SELECTED Stock of
At the old stand,
IUNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL, BROAD STREET,
Where we are prepared to supply all orders in our
'line, at Reduced Prices, and
UNfSURP SED QUALWTY i
We would invite purchasers to call before buying
-elsewhere, for we WARRANT a
Large Deduction from old Prices.
HENRY & SKINNER.
AUGosTA, Sept. 7, 1855.
P. S.--Having made arrangements for our Fall
?Supplies with the " Excelsior Manufactory" of
.New York, it enables us to sell at unprecedented
flow rates. ~.. & S.
- Augusta, Sept 7 6m 35.
To the Public.
LARGE Sorrel HORSE and an Old BUGGY
was round in the woods near the Old Wells,
een Sunday the 2d inst. The Horse was tied se
ourely to a tree, but not unhitched from the Buggy,
.end .had been there since Friday morning previous.
.And was left there by a man who said his name was
John Davis, of North Carolina. Said Davis is-about
-six feet in -heighth, dark brown hair and. whiskers,
- supposed. to be about thirty years of age and weighs
. about 160 pounds. le wore on his left little finger
..a large red Ring. He offered to sell the horse to
Mr. James Matthis, and also to Mr.-B. H. Miller,
living above the Old Wells, on Friday morning, the
Slat inst. He was alsoseen thesame evening walk
lug towards Hamburg with his Saddlebags in his
hand, and enquired at what hour the cars left Au-.
gusta for Atlanta. It is unknown why he acted so
with his horse anyd buggy.
The horse is a large sorrel-hind feet white
hlaze in-the forehead,-some scars on his'fore legr,
* .and about 16 hainds high. The Burgy is badly
-worn, and was made by Wilson & Harty, Charlotte,
N. C. A hand uinbrella .was also found. near the
Ibuggy with the iuitials'o. W. D..on it.
The above Hlorse and Buggy nre at my housc,
<where the owner, by proving property and paying
.eharges, can get them.
For further particulars, address the Subscriber at
. Edgefield C. 11.
*Scpt5 . J. L. ~XDDISON.
- Sp 5. it ... 35
- Thi Charlotte (N. C.) pareis will copy twice.
. and forward bills to J. L. A.
* . Estray.
JULIUS DAY, living at the 0O.d Wells, 'toled
. before me a large SORREL HORSEK, white'
hind fet, somie scars on his fore legs, blaze in the I
forehead!, and 16 hands high. A ppraised at forty
dollars. J. L. A DDISON, at. a. D.
Sept 12 . m4m . 35
STA TE OF SOUT'Il CA ROL!NA,
- EDQEFIELD DISTRICT.
K. HI. Jennings,'
es. 'Sum. in Partition.
.M. E. Jennings and others.
BY Vir tue of an order from U1. T. Wright, Esq.,
Ordinary of Edgelield District, in the abover
'etated case, I shall proceed to sell on the first Mon- I
day in October next, at Edlgefield C. H., the real*
estate of Sampson Jennintts, dee'd.,consisting of
ONE TRACT OF LAND,
cntaining Two hundred (200) acres, more or less,
situated ia E.lgefield istriet, on the waters of
JDailev Creek, bounded by lands of the estate of
.Jes'se Jenhings, Nathaniel Corley and others.
--Tzaas.-A credit of twelve nmonthis wvith interest
.from date. Purchasers will be required to give bond I
with ample security, and a mortgage of the premises
to the Ordinary to secure the purchase money. Costs
to be paid in cash.
LEWIS JONES, s. u. D.
-State of South Carolina, 1
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
Dr. Flourney Carter,
Win. HI. Hovey.
- Ronbert McDonnald,
Bank of Hamburg, .
us. *. Foreign Attachment.
THli[Plainitifr in the above stated cases having
..this day filed their Declaratione in.my Office,
and 'the Defendant having neither wife nor Atter
ney known to reside within the limits of this State,
on'whom copies of said IDeelarationa with rules to
pl1ead ca be served, On motion of. Mr. SvTLSe,
Plaintifs'~A ttorney, Ordered, that suid Defendant
lappear and plead to said Deelarations within a year
'and day fyom the date hercof,-or final and absolute
judgment will be given against him.
*- THOS G. BACON, C. C. 3. D. -
Clerk's Office, Sept 3, 1855 lyq ~35
Fine Jack for Sale.
T WILL sell to the highest bidder at Edgefield
SC: H1., on the first Mondaf in October next, my
F4INEC JACK, known to be of good Stuck, and a
enre foal getter. Said Jack was raised in Ken
suk, will 1,e eight years old ntext Spring, is 4 feet
4i inches. hgh, and well formed.
R. P. H AR RISON.
.6eopt 12 3 3t 35
r WO Grade Devon Ball Calves. Also,
..a few Grade Graier and Sufoekc PIgs.
Enguire at this O0fiee.
A ug 29 tf 32
-TS Hereby given, that application will be made to
1. die next Legislature, for a Charter-to incorpo
ate the Granitoville Cemetery in Edgefleld District,
~-alsifoir a publio road from Graniteville to Aiken.
Sept5 . It - 35
Paints, Oils, Dye stufs,
PUI~fA in Bladders, WINDOW GLASS, any
size cut te.order. For sale by
- A.?G. & T.-J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 - i 19
~XOTICE is hereby given that application will be
L4made at the next Session of our- Legislature
for a Charter incogpornting a Company to build a
Rlail Road from Aiken or Augusta to Edgefield C.1H.
.June 27 . 3m 24
O N hand a fine supply of Brussels, TapAtry
Velvet, Ingrain and Venetian CARPETS,
-which will be sold at very low prices. .
NOTICE TO PLANTERS.
HAMBURG, S. C. -
HEI Undersigned has .opened in this place an
ENTIRE NEW and WELL SELECTED
Stok of Goods in the
Which he offers to his friends and the public gene
rally. le will be in the market at all times for the
Cotton and othqr Produce.
Having secured the services of Mr.Josara RosA
isoMD, as a Buyer of Cotton, he trusts In being able
to share a liberal patronage.
0' He will also give attention to the sale of
Cotton and other produce, and to the Receiving
and Forwarding of Goods.
R. J. DELPH.
Hamburg, Sept 1 . 4t ' 35
Water Proof Ware-House,
HAMBURG, S. C.
THE Subscriber has taken the
Planters Water Proof
Warr-House, formerly occupied by Mr. Joun
Uasaa, Sr.,.and by strict attention to business he
hopes to merit a liberal share of the patronage of
the genroua public of the upper and Cotton-grow
The Ware House is above high water mark and
more secure from Fire than any other Ware house
I will also attend to receiving and forwarding
Goods, &c.,intrusted to my care.
C. H. KENNEY.
Hamburg,Sept 1st, 1855. tf 34
5T Independent Press will copy one month and
orward account to C. 11. K.
BACON, LARD, & c.
-AT TiE eToam OF
eT. O Di EE eft AN ONlh,
HAMBURG, S. C.
A\ HEHDS Ribed FINE BACON SIDES,
U 30,000 lbs. Tennessee Clean , do
3,000 lbs. Tenn. HAMS. and SHOULDERS.
5,000 lbs. Choice Leaf LARD. in kegs and bbls.
50 bbls. No 3 and 4 MACKEREL.
Half bbls and kits No 1 do
100 bbls. Choice N. O. MOLASSES.
,5 Uhds. Prime Cuba ' do
1,000 Sacks SALT.
100 Boxa.Sperm and Adamantine CANI)LES
50 Boxes Jackson & Linkoln's No 1 SOAP.
10 Boxes Kendals improved Chemical Olive
A few Tons Peruvian GUANO.
A general assortment of Groceries, consisting of
BAGGING AND ROPE, SUGAR AND COFFEE,
MOLASSES, NICE, FLOUR,
Lime, Plaster, Sole feather,
Gun and Blasting Powder,
SHOT, IRON, &c., &c.
For sale by . J. SI BLEY & SON
Hamburg, Sept 3 8t 34
Notice to the Public,
HAVING sold out my interest in the Family
Grocery Business, I return my thanks to the
trading public of this State for their kind patronage
for the last five years, and solicit a continuance of
the same to the House of Messrs. BEWLY &
SMITHI, where I can be found during the present
I shall devote m self entirely to the Cotton Bu
ness, and intend paying the -
Highest Market Price
[or Cotton and other Produce, and sell Goods as
LOW as they can be bought in Hamburg or Au
gusta. So Planters, drive your Cotton .up to me,
mad if 1 cannot get it at my price, I shall have to
ive Touas. The first cut is all I want.
R. L. GE~NTRY.
Hamburg, Sept 12, 1855. 2t 35
S5T Abbeville Banner cdpy twice.
D ISSO0LUT FIO0N.
I'HE Co.Partnership heretofore existing between
.the Undersigned, under the. Firm of W. &
r. Hu.., is dissolved by mutual consent.
Tihe unse.ttled business of the Firm will be ad
usted by Wu..aa.HnLr., who is duly authorised to
se the name of the Firm in liquidation.
. -- - - - -7*MOttHL.
Hamburg, S. C., August 31, 1855.
lIE LUdersigned will continue the business in all
s branebes at the Old Stand, where he would be
lased to have A LL who are indebted to the Firm
n anywise, to call and settle without delay.
SHamburg, Aug 31, 1855. 6m 35
BY Virueiof Sundry writs of Fi. Fa., to mecdi
rected, Ishall proceed to sell on the first
ionday in October next, at Edgefield C. HI., the
llowing property, in the following cases, viz:
Pleasant Johnson. A dm'or., vs William Quarles,
)avid Quarles and' William Strom, One Tract of
nd, containing One hundred nnd nineteen (119)
eres, more or less, adjoining lanals of G. Briggs,
..e Hlolstun and others-the property of David
J. B. Talley, Adnm'or, vs. James Wood, David
aarles and William Strum, Sr., The same Tract
>f Land desscribed above.
Robert W. A dams, for another, vs Pickens A dams
and John Quattlebum, One Tract of Land contamn
ng One hundred- (100) acres, more or less, adjoin
og lands of Juhmn B. Hamilton and otheus, the pro
ert of the Defendant Pickens Adams.
Ptrck Moore vs Washington Freeman ; Varicus
ther Plaintiffs, vs. The Sanme, One Lot of Land at
.berty Hill, containing Sixteen acres, more or less,
idjoining J. C. Coursey, Dr. Win. T. West and
John Huiet vs. Richard Berry, One Tract of
And containing One hundred (100) acres, more or
es, adjoining lands of Luke Culbreeth, Richard
ardy and others.
A.,.1. Rambo and D.~J. Walker vs Oliver Simp
on, M. 0. Kimbrel and William Kimbrel, One
[ract of Land containing One hundred and siaty
ix (166) acres, more or less, adjoining lands of the
1. C. Paper Manufacturing Company.
R. J. Ilankinson vs. John S.. Randall; Robert J.
utler vs The Same. One Tract of Land contain
ng Two Hundred and fity two (252)necres, more or
ss,- adjoining lands of Joseph. Cosnahmn, David
"owell and others.
liekmant, Westeot & Co. vs Rich. T. Parks, One
gegro man Lewis.
Thomas Swearengin vs. Susan Cloud, Ex'lx,
)ne Tract of Land containing One hundred (100)
ires, more or less, adjoining lands of Samuel Po
icy, Win. Toney and others, the property of the
state of William Cloud, dee'd.
WMary Moyer vs John Autry and Mary A utry ;
lie Same vs The Same ; Elijah Watson, bearer, vs
lohn Autry ; Other 'Platintiffs vs The Same,' One
[raet of Land containing . Two hundred, and, fity
250) acres, more or less, adjoining Linde of B. T.
Boatwright, Jackson lomes and the Estate of Wm
Terms Cash. - LEWIS JONES,sa. E. o.
Sept 5 . 4 te 35
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Harriet Banks, A ppliestet1
Julius Banks, Guardian Bu nsi'Pr
adlit em, for minor chil-I
dren of dam. Banks, de'd -
BY Virtue of an order from HI. T. Wright, Esq.,
LOrdinary of Edgefield District, in the above
tated case, I shall proceed to sell on the first Mon
lay in October next, at Edgefield C. H. the real
state of Samuel Banks, dee'd., consisting of
TWO TRACTS OF LAND,
)ne contairinig Sixty (60) acres, more or less, where
he said Samuel Banks lived at the time of his
eath, adjoining lands of John C. Simkins, Dred
Warren and others.
The other Tract, known as the. " Piney 1'loods
Lract," contains One hundred (100) acres, more or
ess, bounded by lands of Josiah Piidgett, Dred
Warren anid others..
Taxa.-A credit of twelve months. Rarehasers
vil be required to give biond with ample security,
md a mortgage of the premises .to the Ordinary, to
cure the purchase mo.,ey. Costs to be paid in
ash. LEWIS JONES, 5.3s. n.
Sept 5 4te 35
ALL. Persons indebted to thme Estate of Ilemey
'3 Bussev, late of this D~istrict, deceased, will
lease make'payment to the Undersigned on or be
ore the first day of January next, as I am anxious to
.loe the Estate. Those having demands against
he same are requested to present them in propor
bra. D). L. BUSSEY, 1!ix'or.
EDrEFIELD MACHINIE SHOP
ES T ABLIS H ME'NT
JOHN M, WITT
takes pleasure in
calling the atten
tion of the citizens of Edgefield District, to h1
Which is now in successful and complete operatioi
and also solicits an examination of his
Where he has on hand an extensive variety of beat
tiful and well-finished FURNITURE, consisting <
Mahogany, Walnut, Rosewood, Maple and Pine
BOOK CASES & WRITING DESKS
Wardrobes of various Qualities,
SOFAS, SOFA LOUNGES, &C.
WASH STANDS, CRADLES, MATRASSES, &C.
Always on hand a good supply of well-made
Sash, Blinds, Pannel Doors, ko., &c
having secured the services of the most comps
tent workmen, I do not hesitate to say that I can ex
hibit as fine and good work as will be found else
REPAIRING neatly and promptly attended to.
g I will sell the abbve articles on as reasonabl
termns as the times will allow. Those who pay Ca.l
for their Furniture iti Augusta or Charleston wi
not find much difference in. our cash charges.
0g Call and inspect the above Furniture befor
Edgefield '. H., Sept 5 tf 34
THE DESIRABLE Plantation o
which Mrs. Sarah Ioor formerly live
Situated about nine miles West of Edgefield Comt
House, on the waters of Turkey and Log Creeks.
There is a good Dwelling House and other ot
buildings. Also, a Grist Mill. with 'full share <
It is now offered at private sale until the 7th da;
of November, and if not purchased will be sold c
that day to the highest bidder. Any informatio
wanted can be had of Capt. A. T. Hodges or th
Subscriber. J. H. HUGHES.
Sept 12 tf 35.
Land for Sale,
DESIROUS of moving to the West, I offer t
: sale my Plantation in A bbeville District, eon
taining Six Hundred and Fifty Acres
One hundred and fifty acres cleared, one hundred c
which is fresh and in a high state of cultivation
the balance in woodland, lies well and is heavil:
This Tract of Land lies immediately on the Pos
Road, one mile from Mrs. Sarah Wideman's, an<
adjoins lands of Messrs. Anthony Harmon, Wm
Williams, Josiah and George Patterson and others
and for health is not surpassed by any place in th<
District. The production of the Land is equal ti
any in the neighborhood, as the present crop wil
show. It is well watered, an excellent spring
one hundred yards of the house, with running wate
trough most of the fields.
There is a comfortable Dwelling Ihouse with al
ecessary outbuildings on the premises.
The above named Tr-act of Land offers many in
ucements to a mnn wishing to settle permanently
In addition to its being a good neigh borhood, th
cntemplated Valley Road will run inr about tw<
undred yards of the most heavily timbered part c
he Tract, where timber wil' no doubt be in demand
I deem it unnecessary to give a more detailed no
ount, but invite persona wishing to bay to give m<
a call. A. MUIRPHIY.
Sept 12 tf 35
NOTICE TO COTTON PL.ANTERS I
'TII Subseriber, living near Bethel Church
- belotvsa ttdge, would inform dre CotW0
lanters of Edgefield and the surrounding Districts
hat he is manufacturing
f a very SUPRIOR~ QUA LITY-warratnted t<
gve satisfaction. I am also prepared L,,
REPAIR OLD GINS,
t very moderate prices. For ini'rmation in regari
o my capacity to do the above work, [ would refel
o Mr. B. T. Boatwright and Mir. W'tle Holstein.
Please address the subscriber, as well as the gen.
temen referred to, at the Ridge P. 0., S. C.
SeptS lo1t . 34
~IIE Undlersigned returns his sincere thanks te
Lhis friends for thteir patronage while located it
Iamburg, and htere.by informs thenm that he can be
found (after 1st September next,) at the Uionse o
W ARD, BUIRCH A RD & CO., opposito the Ma
onic HallI, Asugusta, Ga., where lie would be happ;
o see and serve them,- and where a FULL an'
Complete Stock of Dry Go ods,
can always be found, whIch will be sold as LOWl
a from any HIousea in the City.
M. A. R ANSOM.
Hamburg. Aug 13, if. 31
Saluda Sentinels, Attention,
Y OU are hereby summoned to be and appear a
RICH[ARDSON'S on the 4th Saturday is
September next, prepared for Drill and instruction
All desirous of joinitng tihe. Corps will repor
hemselves on that occasion; and it is earnestil
oped that many will attend for that purpose.
By order ofCaptaA. D). BATES.
Jas. A. DoztEa, 0. 5.
Aug 15 7t 31
TjHE Undersigned hereby gives public notici
1 that he will apply for the issue of a Dueplicate
Land Warrants for 160 acres, in place of the on<
ssued in favor of the Brothers and Sisters of B. Mt.
ones, dee'd., for military services in Capt. P. 8
Brooks' Company, (D) Palmetto Regiment. S. C
Volunteers, in the war with Mexico. The said Lane
Warrant was for 160 acres, and was numnbere<
43,174, which has been lust or mnislaid.
A BNER PER RIN, Assignee.
Elgefield C. HI., Sept 3, 1855. 6t 34
-2ND REGIMENT CAVALRY,
Lrssa-rv HILL, Aug. 30th, 1855.
A -COURT MARTIAL will convene at Monu
AVernon Saturday the 29th September next, fo
te trial of Defaulters for non-attendanee at the las
Regimental parade at Longmires, and also for thi
trial of other cases that may come before it. Thi
Court will he composed of the following Officer
Lieut. Col. A. P. Bumi.a, Presidet.
Maj. J. C. MaRTIN, Lieut. L. Jvaxzrxos,
Cspt. J. B. GutFF:N, " JAS. CUaav,
"J. F. Boaarss, ," J. L. TAL5SarT,
4 A. D. Bavas, " J. HI. YULDnEL.
" W. K. BaDLs~y " D. JoRANa,
" PNIRYxAN, " T. Casws.
M. L. BULLtOCK, Judge Advocate.
By order of Col. JOIIN F. TA LBERT.
J. M. LanuIAx, Adj't.
Sept 5 4t 34
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
David Asline and his wife Mary
IT appearing to my satisfaction that David Ashi
Land wife Mary and the children of Nichoa
Wagner, dee'd., whose names are not known, .ra
side bey'ond the limits of this State, It -Is thcrefor
order that they do appear and object to the dlv
zion or sale of the Real Estate of Sarah Wagnei
aeo'd., on or before the 1st day of Dec. next, e
their consent to the same will be entered of recori
Given under my hand at my office, this 5th Sep
1855. H. ]. W RIGHT, o.3x. D.
Ordinary's 0hee, Edg eld C. H1.
Sept 12 3m 35
O uba Molasses.
A FEW Barrels of choice Cuba Molasses t
Chand, and will be sold very low, if applied ft
-A supply of choice White 'Wine Vinegar, fc
pikeing. S. E, BOWERS, Agrtt.
l....i..... A g ... ,-trf
L ag n sale
T E s 1bscribe . "for Sal~e fi'e TRACT OF
T LAND *hirete' noir lives; situated about
one mile from Edpefild C. Iceontaing and
Eight sadred Acres,
More or less. T6"n his desirable plantation
Two St House,
with ten good ros,together ith all necessary
It is well watered,'liaving a large number of good
cool, and never-fallig springs of the purest water.
The land is prodedlive and well adapted to the
Cultivation of C atinid every kind of grain.
The situation iaiby and in a good neighbor
hood, and the tract could be divided so as to make
two or three good desirable settlements.
Also; the Holmes Tract,
containing one hunidred and sixty acres, more or
less, situated near Red Hill, and adjoining lands of
Col. Wyett Holmes and others. This tract former
ly belonged to the Estate of Wm. Holmes and was
is purchased by me athis sale.
The above lands will be sold on very accommoda
ting terms; and IJ imired, negro property, at fair
prices, will be t'l part payment.
I will be peid to. hOw the lands to any persons
desiring to pini-ch
August 23 tf 32.
House aii Lot for Sale
T DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE I
IT being the intention of the Subscriber to remove
to New York, heofirs for sale (on accommo
dating terms) his -OUSE AND LOT In the Vil
lage of Edgefield. -
Upon the Lntthereis a Never-failing well of the
coolest water inthe- illage. All necessary out
e buildings, Gardc :HIot-House, &e.
h " s ELBERT BLAND: -
II Aug29 - as tf 33.
L an fo r Sale.
TIE aiseribe offersifor sale his VALUARIE
. PL ANTATIO 'ying on Cuffy Town Creek,
three miles NorthEast of Liberty Hill, containing
Three Hundredl S4venty-ive Acres,
i One hundred and .'twenty-five acres cleared-all
fresh and in a high state of cultivation. This land
is well adapted to Corn, Cotton and small Grain.
The present crop will:compare favorable with any
in this section.. . ,
Those desirous to.bfdaid would do well to come
it and look at it, as it is leiated favorably for raising
i stock and other advan taes.
This Tract is healthy;.l l-watered and conveni
V ently located.
I am deterninodtto sell, and will sell A GREAT
a BARGAIN to-an.approved purchaser.
e For further enlars, enquire of Mr. Jas
Sheppard and W. W '.dams, Esq.. at Edgefield
C. II., or to the Undetsgned.
A. G.- G.\SKIN.
Sept 5 4t 34
Splendid Land for Sale.
t T HE Subsersber-offers for sale the Tract of Land
1 upon which he now resides, situated about two
- miles below the fine House, and immediately on the
f Plank Road. The Tractecontaina
t Two Huhdred Acres,
I About eighty of which'ae cleared and in a high
state of cultivation, while the rest is heavily tim
bered. There are on 'the premises an excellent
Dwelling House, good Negro Houses, &e., &e.
Persons desirous of purchasing can apply to the
I Undersigned on the plae
. .JAS: L. MATHIS.
r June 27 if 24
N o ticee T hi s.
VALUABLE .LA FOR SA LE!I
HESbseriber r e*sale the TRACT OF
fou mile Souhrofn wresides,situated about
fourmils Soth fled C. H., conltaining
rNear Sir Hundred Acres,
With all necessary impleYements.
Come and Witness t eact crop, and all will
be convinceds. fide quality of the land,
and its-adaptation to: dtavation of cotton, corn
and small -grain .I-wiW be -pleased to show the
land to any.one.desiringjo purchase.
,. ~ ~ .. ~-J,. S. JONSON.
B Y consentof the parties interested, I will pro
ceed to sell at Edgefld C. HI., on saleday in
November next, the TRACT OF L AND on which
Isaac itell, dlee'd., lived at the time of his death on
Turkey Creek, containing
One Hundred and $ixty-Nine Acres,
more or less, bounded by Lands of Dr. R. T. Minis,
Rev. D. D. Jlrunson and others.
Tsax.-On a credit natil the 1st dlay of October
1858. Purchasers givingipotes with ample security.
ggThe Lands wlM-shown by applicntion to
the Subscriber, and .lJlfertainiy be sold, unless
purchased privately before. the above time.
JAMES. M. BELL.
S pt 5* f 34
Public Sale of Laud!I
ILL be sold to the highest bidder on the 25th
VTday of October next, near Cambridge, at
the late residence of Mrs. Elizabeth .Todd, dlee'd.,
The Tract of Land
b~longing to her Estate, containing FOUR HUN
DRED. and TWENTY-SEVEN ACRES, about
One hundred and seventy-five of which is in woods ;
the balance being under fence, and in a good state
of cultivation. On the premises there is a
Crmfortable Two. Story Dwelling,
With Six Rooms, eaehhaving a lire-place-a new
aGin House, and all necessary out-buildings. .T'he
Tract is watered by several excellent Springs, and
it is a place on which fine health is enijoyed.
The Land is well adapted to the culture of Cot
ton, Corn, Wheat and Oats. . /
IOT Any person wishing to buy Land in this
section of country will do well to examine this Tract
before the day of sale.
The Land will be sold on a credit of one and two
years. The Purchaser~ will be required to give
notea and two approved securities..
J. McCRACKEN, Ex'ors.
-P. II. EDDINS.
Sept 5 8t 34
Excellent Land for Sale,
WIL offer for sale to the .highest bidder, on
Ithe first Monday in November next, (if not pre
viously disposed of at private sale,) at Edgelield
C. II., my VALUABLE. PLANTATION, con
taining Feuar Isisudred and Thirty
two Acres, lying on both sides. of Lloyd's'
Creek, about 22 mIles from ILu~nburg. This Creek
has a No. 1 MlILL SEAT on the premises, and
affrds sufficient water to carry a Grist Mill. There
ar about two hundred acres cleared and in a fine
state of cultivation. About 35 or 40 acres of splen
Sdid low ground. On tepremises are a comlo'rta
rble IDwelliig House with all necessary outbuildings.
SAlso, two exeellent Spring.
For further particulars, apply to the Subscriber at
SHamburg, or Thee. Garrett and S. Broadwater, ad
'~joining the premises. , SUSAN GARRETT.
Sept 5 9t 34
State of South Carolina,
Lydia Sanders and other. Petition for the sale
,s.ref trust property.
Moses Sanders. -
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Moses San
- ders. the Defenidant i this case,' resides beyond
the limits of this State, On motion of Landrum,
Petitioner's Solicitor, It is ordered that lfe do plead,
answer or~demnr, to the. aild Pettk within three
montha from the publication of this rule, or the pe
tition will be taken pro confeo against him.
A. SIMKLNS, 0.5s. 3. D.
Sept5 3m . 34
e NOTICE I
a CESI. coinpels me to call on my -friends
- anid customers for the amount due me ; -and if
a 1 ear compllfto sue them, I trust they will not be
-angry with onie who has so often waited on them.
Your obedient servant,
* WM. McEVOY.
- Aug 29 .tf 3
A Certain Remnedy !
I AM ppointed Sole Agent for Jacob's Celebra
Ited Dysentery and Diarrhwa Cordial, This
-Medicine has a reputation qnsupssed.
- - S. E. BOWERS, Agent
N amburg, June 11, tf 22
rr LACK, Blue, Indelible and Carmine, for sale
JIby 'A. G. & T. J. TEAGUJE, Druggists.
M.... on Atr 19
. NEW .CARPET STORE.
JAMES G. BAIL IE,
(LATE OF THE FIRM OF BAILIE & LaSMDaT.)
DIRE OT IMPORTER OF ALL KINDS 01
RUGS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, &c., ko
. LINEN GOO D S,
Crtain Materials and Trimmings,
&c., &c., &c.
234 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
W" P. S.-Orders promptly attended to.
Aug 8 . 6m 30
C. I. WRIGHT, DENTIST.
O FFICE over Messrs. CARMt CnE&L
& BP.AN's Hardware Store, Broad
street, Augusta, Ga.
All operations pertaining to Dentistry will be at
tended to with promptness, and to the entire satis
raetion of all who may favor him with their patronage,
Q ' Gold Plate and Wire, Clasp Metal, Solder,
&e., furnisned to Dentists for Cash. -
A ugusta, May . - ly 16
DI. H. -PARKER, respectfully informs
the citizens of Edgefeld District, that he may
be found during sale day week at the Planter's Ho.
tel, Edgefield 0. H., and at his residence on the
Anderson road, eighteen miles North-east of th
Village, on every Friday and Saturday following.
Specimens of his work, put up on the latest and
most improved principles, can be seen at his Office
ls address, when in the country, as heretofore
Sleepy Creek, P. 0.
Dec 27 tf 50
Special Medical Notice,
:n.rE::= or -o-re-:ET.ERSI.3.
I'llE undersigned is being consulted by letter
from all parts of the Union, by those who are
suffering from DYSPEPSIA and its. consequent
eneral weakness, muscular relaxation, and nervous
lebility. Having for the last few years, in his prae
ece of medicine, turned his attention almost entirely
o the treatment of this disease, he is enabled from
his large experidbnee to institute a peculiarity of treat
tent that will enable the patient to see, feel, and
know, after a day or two's treatment, that his recove
ry has already commenced. Has he a dry tongue,
thirst, loss of-appetite. constipation of bowels, nausea
nd vomiting ?-is the skin dry, harsh, with unnatu
al heat ?-is he troubled with sleepleasness,starting
his sleep, somnolency, impaired volition-with
palpitation or " fluttering" of the heart, and ensily
ut of breath by quickened exertions? All these,
after one, two, or three day's treatment will com
ence to disappear. -
Terms of Treatment. -
5.00 for first consultation. Medicinc forwarded
y mail, with full and explicit written directions of
he course of treatment, &c., to be pursued. Each
ubsequent consultation and medicine forwarded,
32.00. Money remitted in all instances should be
registered" at the post-office. All letters to be
addressed to the undersigned.
W ILLI AM W. BT.St. M. D.,
.20 Beekman St., New York.
July 25 6m 28
STARTLING, BUT TRUE.
NARNING TO EVERY SENSIBLE WOMAN I
Why Females Suffer in Health.
No woman of delicacy is willing to disclose the peculiat
aiments incident to her sex, even to a most Intitate family
This modesty and delicacy is implanted by nature, and
teither should nor need be subjected to the rude shoeks In
tvitable In making known to the other sex those allmento-be
nng exelusively' to the female.
xcept in extreme cases, her sensithveness wilt sacriace
cr health rather than her delicacy.
The consequences are serious, lamentable, and life-long.
Thus whatS at first could have been easIly remedied, um
rorhaps better still, not Incurred, becomes a compliczatlon of
isease, not only ruining the health of the mnother, and em
attering her days by sickness and suffering, but entalng
roken constitutions upon her children, and embarrssilng, i
tot distressing, the busIness and pecunIary prospects of the
ausband. Let every sensIble wonma
T.f 1E WILYA*G Li* TIMEh,
as thousan-ls have done) by the bitter experience and suffer
ngs of others, or the dreadful consequences she entails apox
aerslf ad those endeared to her, by her Ignorance of the
Imlest and plainest rules or health as connected with the
arre slate, the violation or which entails disease, suffer
1wn are suffering froom obstruction or lrregularities
aculiar to she female system, whleh undermine the health,
effects of whtch they are ignorant, and for which thelt
lelieey forbids seektnn-mediet advice I Iow many antea
~omprLapaustri (fallhig of the womb,) or from jtuor
lbs(weakness, debIlIty, &c.)! How many are In conslan1
agony for many months preceding confitement ! How many
tae ileutclt, if not dangerous deliverIes, andI slow and n.
ertain recoveries I
To the question, how are -these to be prevented ? whal
alt be dane ? the answer Is sImple.
Let every woman ascertain for hierself, wIthout violence to
cr delicacy,the nature and character of the ailment (to whlch
le as a female Is subject)the cauises from which Ih tmay arise,
nd the p roper remedies for its. cure and future prevention.
This she can do by possessinig a little volume (biready
,ossesed by thouLeandts) whlichi tells her what is the matter,
and tells her whai~to dto for it, in simple but chaste words,
anid such as she can uinderstattd.
This little volume Is entitled
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE NEDICAL COMPANION,
BY DR. A. M. MAURICEAU,
Pitssont orF DI5E E A sEao F WOMEN.
2ne Hundredth Edition, (500,000) IS moe., p. 250.
[o ts ArEa, F.rrat sanDIs, $1,0]
A standard work of establishedia reputation, fomund clismsed
nthe Catalogues of the great Trade Sales In New-York,
?hiladephiti, and oilher cities, and soid by the prinelpal
onksllers in the United States. It was first published ln
S, since which tImo
Fivj Hand red Tluonsanid Copies
tave bcn sold, of which there were upwards of
ONE HUNDREDTHOUSANO SENT BY MAL.,
ttesting the hIgh estImation in which it is held as a reliable
OOK FOR EVERY FEMALE,
he attor having devoted his exclusive attention to the
reatmet of comnplaints peculiar to females, In respect tc
rhich he as yearly consulted by thousands, bot in person
and by letter,
Here every woman can discover, by comparing her own
ynptos with those described, the nature, charaeter, causet
atand the proper remedies for, her complaints.
The wife about becoming a maotter htas otlen need of In
truetion and advice of the utmost importance 1o her future
tenith, will find such introductIon an advice, and .also ex
lain many symptoms which otherwise would occasion an
ty oara all the pecularitles incident to her altuation
It is of couse Impracticable to convey fully the variout
tbjects treated of, as they are of a nature strictly intended
br the married or those contemplating niarriage. The revo.
atlons contained In its pages have proved a bleating to thou
ands, as the Innumerable letters received by the author (whleh
ioa permItted by the winters to publish) will attest.
Estact qf a Letter fromt a gentlemur inD on ho
" My wife has been, perceptibly sinkIng for some three
rear or more, in consequence of her great anguish and suf
ring some months before and dnrhtg confinement; every
ucessve one more and more debilitated and prosatrated
cr uttng hter life itt Imminent danger, ad which was or
be'la occasion despared of. I sunposed that this state ci
ns was inevitable, and resigned myself to meet the worst
b t ts time (noaw about two months) I heard your boolt
ilghly spoken of, as containing sonie mtatters reaching my
mae. On its receipt and perusal, I cannot express to you the
lller t afforded nmy di-tressed mind, and the joy Its paget
anparted to my wife;'on learnIng that the great discOvery o
L .M. Desonieaux provided a remedty. It opened a pros
ect to me which I little conceived was possible. N~o pecu
slary consideration can ever repay the obligations I sam undel
o you, for having been the means of imaparting to us the
ttters coutainedt in" The MarrIed Woman's. Private Medi
tat Companion." Bitt for thIs, cre atnother year would hava
ssedisover my had, in all human probability my wife woult
ave been int her grave and my children left motherless.1
In conseqence of the unIversal popularity of the work, ai
,vldenced byits extraordinary sale, various impositions hava
been attempte, as well on booksellers as on the publIc, bj
nImtatIons of tle pag*, spurious editions, and sutrreptiulous
Inrngements ofecopyright, and other devlces and deceptiont
Ihas en found necesbary therefore .
TO CAUTION THE PUBLIC
> bbuy no book unless the words " Dr. A. M. Ms~etesosAT,
29 Liberty Street, N. Y." is on (and the entry in the Clerk'i
Otlce on the back of) the title page ; antd buy only of respec
table and honorable dealers, or send by mal, an address t<
D . A. 1.Maurlceau.
U o reelt o Os Dr~tAu"THfE MARtRIEI
s PRVET MEDCALCOMPANION" tasen
ale4 fre) to ay part of the United States, the Canadal
and BrthProvices. AUl letters must be pot~lanc
addressed to Dr. A. Mi. MAUR[CEAU, box 122 ~'e ori
it Ptblshag Office, No 129 LIberty Street, ecw York.
Ao-r rx AAAMA.-J. Fe &r E. P. N. Gt~ssaT, Canm
den. Dr. JTosittan Tecacas, Mobile.
August 25 Cm 8
[S Iereby given, that application will be majde ~
Ithe next Session of the Legislature fur certat
amendments to the Charter of the Ilamnburg Built]
i and Loan Association.
lamnburg, Sept 5 Sm 34
..AJ Persons having any, demands against tht
Estate of Simieon'h~ltthewC1s, dee'd., will pleat
prsent them praoperly .attested, and all those it
detedto the Estate must make promnpt paymentn
the distributees are anxious to have the matter set
ied. SMlPSON MlATTH EWS, Adnm'r.
l ay 23 tf ' 19'
lIE Undersigned respcctfully announces
those that hdtvo Land Warrants for bale, to en
at his Store, opposite theu-American Rotel, ini lan
vg, where the highest cash prices will be p~iid f
hem . . TIHOS. II. TRI ENT.
u..a..rg .July 2, lih 2
CA ]DI DATES s
TIOS. G. BACON.
R. D. BRYAN.
H. T. WRIGHT,
W. F. DURISOE.
Per Tax Collector
M. B. WHITTLE,
THOMAS B. REESE,
A. R. ABLE,.
HAVING released the" Augusta"
for another term, I take.pleasure in
announcing to the travelling public
and citizens of Augusta, that it shall be the constant
desire of myself and my assistants to make the
hotel,in every respect, one of the first in the South.
. It will be painted and re-furnished thoroughly in
a few days, when the guest. will have an opportuni
ty of viewing the largest, best appointed, as well as
the most convenient Ilotel in the State.
The Proprietor and his Lady, the (late Mrs. E.
C. West,) ever mindful of the vast patronage al
ready enjoyed by the Hotel, respectfully solicits a
continuance of it, and pledges their every effort to
make the guest happy, and the Hotel a favorite with
the travelling community.
W. P. STARR, Proprietor.
Augusta,.August 13, 3m . 31
B@STa AEB SE3U,
OPPOSITE 31Au5oMC HALL,
.BROAD SSTE, AUGUSTA,'DA.
Are receiving their full Stoek of
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
CARPET BAGS, &c., &c. . .
Our Stock will comprise all the most fashionable ar
tiles, and those thatean he recommended for dura
bility. Also, a large and superior lot of
Men's Rip BROGANS and Women's Leather
- We feel confilent that we can show one of the
BEST ASSORTED Stock of Goods that has ever
been in our City, and request our customers and
friends to give us a call before purchasing.
Aug 29 3m 33
NEW SPRING & SUMMER
r'IJE Subscriber has just received, at his old
" Stand, (the Brick Sture,) his Stock of
Spring and Sunmer Goods,
Comprising almost EVERY VARIETY of Goods
for Ladies Spring and Summer wear. Among his
extensive and well assorted Stock may be found
Black and White, Silk and Lace MANTILLAS,
Ladies' fne worked HIANDKERCRIEFS, COL
L ARS, Undersleeves and Chemizettes.
Kid and Silk G LOVES and fine M ITT'S,
A splendid assortment of PRINTS and GING
HAMS, and very cheap,
LINEN DRIL LS and other Goods for Gentle
men and Boys' wear.
A beautiful and Extensive lot of BONNETS and
A fine lot of Moleskin, Panama, Leghorn and
Soft H ATS. Also, a large Stock of
Boots and Shaoes,
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, ko,,
With many other articles too numerous to mention,
al of which will be sold on the most accommoda
tr7 A liberal discount for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
Edge~eld C. H., Mar 27, tf 11
[(By Authority of the State of Georgia.]
To as DRAWN 24-r1 Szrr. 1855.
$31,0 00 !
WITILL be distributed according to the following
Y. Grand andl ulnpreceLdented Scheme, in pub
li, at CONCERT lA LL, Macon, Ga., under the
sworn superintendanue of Col. G Eo. M. LOGAN and
JAs. A. Nisun-r, Esq.
The M~anager aninounces his determination to
make this the. Most popular Lottery in the world,
and challenges comparison as to the chances to draw
Prizes with any other Lotter y.
$8, 00 0.
1 Prise of.... $3,000 1 Prize of.. $5,000
1 " .... 2.000 2 " $l000-2,000
5 " $500-2,50O0 10 -" 200-2,000
20 " 100-2,000 78 '. 50-3,900
120 '" 25-3,000 18 A pproximaL'n P. 600
256 Prizes amounting to $31,000,
ONLYv 10,000 NUMDaas.
Every Prize drawn at each drawing, and paid
when due, in full, without deduction; Orders strictly
Eonidentia!. Drawings seat to orders. Registered
letter at my riak. Bills on all solvent Banks at par.
Tickets $5; Halves $2,50; Quarters $I,25.
JAS. F. WINTER, Manager, Macon, Ga.
Sept 5 3t '34
BOOTS AND ShOES.
T H E Subscriber having located permanently in
.the Store next door to Mr. Rl. H. SuLLIAN, is
prepared tonmake to order fine
BOO 0T S.A ND S HOE S,'
A t the shortest nocee, and of the very BEST MA
He hopes by faithful work and close attention to
business to be able to please all who may -favor him
with their patronage.
I will refer to Mr. S. F. GOODE, who is my guar
di, in all matters of business.
July 18 , f 27
F. F. F.
Fine Fresh Flour!
THE Subscriber respectfully informs the public
that he has and will keep constantly on band
a good supply of SUPERFINE NE W FLOUR,
which he will sell on as moderate terms as possible.
Try a sack, and convince yourself of its excellent
quality. . .R. H. SULLIV AN.
July 11 tf 26.
I heeygiven, that in future, I will grind for my
rgarcustomers on Tuesdays, Fridays and
Saturdays only. Persons at a ~distance are earnest
ly requested to have an understanding with me be
fore sending their grain, in order that a day may be
assigned them, by which they may avoid an eztra
trip. eJOHN D)ORN, Sit.
A a 2 tf 32
O NteRoad between Edgefield Village and my
house on Saluda River, on Tuesday last,
small POCKET iA RY, with a memorandum o
weather, oee., and containing about One Hundrei
Dollars in Hank Bills.
A liberal reward will be paid for the delivet y
ethe same to me, or to Mr. W. P. Butler, at Ege
feld Village. * A. T. DEARIN(G.
,) uly It)~ tf 28
L,.\ RGE vnrety-for sale by
A A. G. & 'T. J. TEArGUE, Druggists.
i3Iay 23 - . tf 19
1T1~ lESub-e.' hher has a lot of BRICKS for sal
-.E at hi" te.'iee.
li. F. IOfLLINGSWORTHT.
.. g9 T
* next Session Mil e sedtueieea la
e 17th Sept., and mtznie ukc
The system of lstruction, u daeI .
tution has retained its. popularity for the last fear
year, will be continued,'with such-im vements se
an enlarged exie has sugested. The ame
Teachers who have proved so populer d the
past year will be-continued ln'the -everl rt
ments. Whatever tran. edasi bg s
system, combined with faihfl
industry on the part of thi Ted h a
splendid Apparatus for -lsasating
branches of study-can be safely
who wish for their daughtersan enl lisel
We consider the accomplishments -of.t.h asi
the surest :ee of success for the.futur, and
rely upon ese, and our continued eforts duripgzbe
coming year, for the continuance--or that-libisal
patronage which has always been so cheerfeUy
corded to this Institution. .
It is of importance to the Pupils that they be
present as early as possible afer the commencement
The Rates of Tuition in the diferent departmegt .
will remain unchanged. They are as follows
.Collegiate Department, per session, " $15 00
Academical "' " -" ' 1,200
Primary ".~: - I . 700
Optional StudIes, -*..., ..
Foa wascu -THa.c ao is Er r "a
Music Department .. - - - - $18.O
French "- - - - - -- 'W
Drawing " - . - "- J.ea
Pupils using.the Chemical and Philosophicl A .
paratus are charged each $2 a Session for bra'bqe,
&o. And those practicing dpon tlePi u at -'
Institute pay each $1 a Session for keeping teM4.iiig
There is also a charge up?-n alltho Pup1ii of4W
cents a Session for eoutingencies. .. .,..
7 All bills aire parable st the elia of each Ael
lion. CHAS:-A. RAYMOND;PiiW.
August 29 - - fe.
T HE MALE DEPARTMENT of flie a e
miea is inder the superisioof'M rJ.gI t
LESLY. Assisted by Mr. BASS.. ...
The Female Department will be superised
Mr. A. P. BUTLER, assisted by oompetent h
sial and other lnstructoress. . ;. ,
Rates of Tuition, -.
First Class, Primary Eepartmont,.per Sess op u
2nd " oedinary English branches,.. ..12,
3nd " higher English branches...r.-.41
4th " Greek and Roman Literatureewith
higher -Mahematis. 8
Pupils are charged from the time of eaterg ,
til the end of the Session. Tuition ia addan .
The year is divided into two S W
months each. - -~. ...g. r.
gT Good board can be had inthe neigfabo ,
at from $8 to $10 dollars per month. i .. RYet
.RbBT. MERRJWET K, ,
Cbalr'n Bbdof'TruM ed.
F e b 1 4 ' f . .
TAHE Subscriber re.pctfu inforn tltiae
T of"Edgefield and-vicinitythpt be inteadropew'
ing a School upon his pre'mIsa in , Edgefeld ,Y14,
lage, on the first Monday in August next, w
will be taught the higher branches- of
English and Classical. Literature,
No pains will be spared to render dmpecsatisrat1qo
to parents who may intrust theis childueato has
both as to let-ruing and discipline.
same as at the Village Academy; andl .s~bb
-t Tie will also attend t6 theratiefiE1W
and EQUITY, far the Distriet'sd:-may . foung
on Saturdays and a portionerf sale daysat his..
over Mr. B.C. Bryan's Store.------ '
. WH.LAMTW. ....
July 30, .tf
DRS. A. G. & T.J.TRAAUE, rep"
fully 'inform thi sirfdiaa psatonstht
they have .just recelied their FRESH Steecfk
Pure, and Genuine Drugs, &c.
Andl will be pleafsed to wait uponal~remayq&g
Space will not allow us to give aCtalogue in this
place of our Stock of Drags. Medicines;.&c. Salrn
lee it to say, we have-the FUL LEST asa6
MOST COMPLE TE.See eve
of'ered in this place.
Edgefield C. U., May 23 . tf .19.
Galvanic Batteuiesk Eagneto Electrl
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Dlggias
.May 23 . t ' 1
eicine Chests and Traveling~as
O'N hand a few very fine faumily Medicine Chests
and Travelling Cases. For sale by -..
A. G. & T. J. TEAG.UE,Drgis.
a'lay 23 tf.
Physicians' Buggy Trunks and2Packet..
M EDICINE CASES-for se by -
A. G. & T. J. TEAG UE, Druggel.
May 23 - f . 1
Gum Elastic Hot Water Bags an
H OSPITA L CUSTIIONS-for sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE,.DrvggisIs
A large Lot of Glass War
TNCTdRE and Specie Stands from one 'pales ,
.to half pint, assorted; --
Vialwand Bottles, all sizes. - Also, a few Thes
mometers,-ror sale by.
' A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Drug st2
May 23 tf. ~ -
Brishes, Brushes &
IN Store a fine variety of Psint,.'Varnilsi.:, Orale*.
ing Blenders, Tanners,- Whitewash, Cenb,
Dusting and Hair Br'ushes aund -Combs-F~eek
Brushes and IUnirGioves-Nail, Tooth anadSasig
Bruhesj e. For as by .s:
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE,Drgit.
May 23 . tif...,'9
Cupping Oases and Scarlflatrs.
A LL kinds. Also, Lanceta and a great sas4y
ofc Surgical Instruments, for sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGYJE,.DrdadT?
May 23 tf . 19
Nursing Bottles. .
AGlasses, BreastPipes iad m 4,Ni:
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUEruggltsy
M a y 2 3 tt . -
Just Receited -
B2LS. and Half Barrei. No. 3 MACP .
A faiw Kits, quarter and half bble No. 1, Minase
rel. 'J. StBLEY* 802
Jamburg, Jan 24 tf -. , A
" Econiomy is, Wealth PC
' OOD cean Rags of every descripion wiea
.tpurchased at the " A dvertiser Office.". Pree
2 ets per pound. Now, hero's a ehance fer agst
every body, and old bachelor's too, toase uocqy.
A pril 18 tf 1
Merinos and DeLaineed -
AT VERY LOW PRICES!
li H E Subscriber will sell'his present 'lstge-Itsk
1of French and E'aglish .3tERINB ad al
DLANES,at eryLear Priwcs.--Theasmetmeat
embraces a greet varity of..tyles, for. Ladies a
Children's Llrcsses. Also, superior Welch, Gauze
and Sik- Warp Flannels.
August, July.30, ' tf-2
S .BOW ERS, Agent, may be found le
. the American Hotel, where he'tendershi
professional servic'es to the publie. --
ggLrge bills entrustet-hi chargs.wll b
put up, in theoneetest style, and fees very;asodepate
Hamburg, Aug -13 ,::. : 21
FOR TE-MARES :
11E lave on hand a great vs ' yeg
Iandkerchief Extraetiet wdqrs ani
n asortmetof Fancy and Tol4 e r
Pomades, Pure Bears Oil, Hair Tisuios Rlestora
t~e ad Hair Dye; .
Peston Salts and Aroenato V g-.
Cream of Beauty, -Carat~ tela. B khr D
Lades Is respectfully invited. Fimpltr,&ct l e hc t he o' th
A. G. & T. J7. TEAG '~iggsm