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SPARWING SUNDAY NIGHT.
Sitting in the corner,
On a Sunday eve,
With a taper finger
Resting on your sleeve ;
Star-lit eyes are cnsting
On your face their light ;
Bless me! this is pleasant
Sparking Sunday night.
How your heart is thumping
'Gainst your Sunday vest
How wickedly 'tis working
- On this day of rest;
hours seem but minutes
As they take their flight;
Bless me ! ain't it pleasant
Sparking Sunday night
Dad and mam are sleeping
On their peaceful bed,
Dreaming of the things
The folks in meeting said.
"Love ye one another !"
Bless me! don't we do it!
Sparking Sunday night!
One arm, with gentle pressure,
Lingers round her waist,
You squeeze her dimpled hand,
Her pounting lips you taste;
She freely slaps your face,
But more in love than spite ;
O, thunder! ain't it pleasant
Sparking Sunday night!
But hark ! the clock is striking
It's two o'clock, 1 snum,
As sure as I'm a sinner,
The hour to go has come ;
You ask, with spiteful accents,
If "that old cloox is right,"
And wonder if it ever
Sparked on a Sunday night.
One, two, three sweet kisses,
Four, five, six you hook
But, thinking that you rob her,
Give back those you took ;
Then, as forth you hurry
From the fair one's sight,
l ion't Sou wish each day was
Only Sunday might!
- -E SCE..
Mr. Popps paid his two hundred and six
tv-seventh visit to Miss Clari~s:t Cooler the
other evening. He found her in a rocker,
.dono in the parlor; stole his arm around
her neck, and sipped the nectar of her cher
ry lips-a proceeding there was not the leat
harm in, considering that they had come to
an agreement, and were generally reported
to be on the high-road to matrimony. ''he
lady took it all quietly-even indifierently,
to judge from the lassitude of her attitude in
the rocker, her lazy use of her fan, and her
exclamation of something betwveen a heigh
Ito and a ya-hum.
Common places were disposed of. Then
followed a silence, broken only by Mr.
Popps slappiug the mausquitoes. and Miss
Clarissa fanning herself unceasingly.
At length Popps proposed a promonde,
and ice-cream. Clarissa declined both ad
"1I wish to stay at home, for I have some
thing particular to tell you."
" indeed !" said Popps; " what is it, dear I"
" You expect our wedding to take place
in three weeks, don't y'ou ?"
" Toe be sure I do !"
"IWell, I'm sorry to disappoint you, but
I must do it. I cannot marry"
"Good heavens, Clarissa! wvhat are you
"Don't interrupt me. I mean I can't
marry just yet awhile-not for some maonths
" Why, Clarissa, what's the meaning of
all this ? You ga~ve me your~ posite prom.
ise, and said nothing stood in the waty. I
am all ready, and worried with waiting.
Why do you put it off, deari"
" That you will havo to excuse my tell.
ing you. I have a good reason lor it-I
have thought the matter over well-anid mny
mind is made up. Will that satisty yon ?"
Popps mused a while. Clarissa kept her
fan going. Finally, Popps spoke.
"No, Clarissa, it won 't satisfy me. You
postpone our wedding, and refuse to tell me
why. If you have a reason for it you ought
to les me know it, and maybe it would satis
ry me. But I won't be satisfied without the
"Well, then, you'll have to remain unsat
isfied. I tell you I have a reason, and a
good one-what more do you want ?"
" I see how it is-'ve courted you too
long-I didn't strike while the iron wvas hot
you are tired of me, and wish to get rid oif
me. Well, if that is your wish, go ahead."
" Mr. Popps, you're a dunce-you're a
" Maybe I am, maybe I ain't," said Popps,
rising with his temper, " but this ll say,
Miss Clarissa-if you don't tell me why
you postpone the wedding for a few months,
you may postpone it forever, so far as I anm
concerned. Tell me, Clarissa ; else I swear
that whben I leave this house to-night, I will
never set foot in it again!
" Well, then, you'd better go !"
" Very well. Good night, Miss Cooler."
Poppa reached the door. Clarissa follow.
ed him, and seeing that he was in earnest,
cried to him to stay. Popps came hack.
Clarissa put her head on his shoulder and
cried. Popps melted. Popps spoke firrst.
"Well, dear, what's the matter 1"
"Oh, I think you're so unreasonable arid
uul Indeed, indeed I have a good cause
for prtting off ,iur marriage-butt I cannot,
I must not tell yr~in whant it is. Oh, dear .r.
Poppa, do excnse me!" And she cried a
" Well, Clarissa, tell mae this. Do yotu
put it off' to please your father or any of
your relations I"
"No-they know nothing of my deter
" Do you put it off on account of any
thing concerning me I"
" Do you want to go any where, or do
any thing particular, that will keep you
from marrying I"
" In God's name then Clarissa, what do
you want? Why keep me in this suspenset"
" Oh, Mr. Poppa, you're so cruel! Maybe
I ought to tell you the obstacle-but I can't,
itndeed I can't !"
"Just as you please Miss Cooler." Poppa
again picked up his hat.
"Oh, Mr. Poppa, pray don't go-don't go
yet .awhile !"
" Then, Miss Ciarissa, tell me the obsta
Poppa was evidently determined. Clarissa
put her band on his shoulder, laboring un
der a strange agitation. Several times she
essayed to speak. At length she breathed
into his ear these words:
Popps wilted. When our sprite left, ho
was advocating a trip to the White Moun
A GooD TIME.-(Small boy, eye bunged
up, hand hundled, sitting on door step, in
terrogated by a churn.) "Say, Joe, d'y'ave
a good time four th o' July." " Didn't I!
You'd better believe it! I had a pound of!
powder and six Roman candles, and I blow
ed off two of my fingers, and I burnt one
o'm'eyes, so'se, the doctor ses, I'll never re
cover the use of it. You'd better believe I
had a good time! I wish you'd a bin there!"I
EQUALLY AsuAMED.--A young Miss ac
cepted the offer of a young man to gallant
her home, and afterwards fearing that jokes
might be cracked at her expense, should the
fact become known, dismissed him, about
half way home enjoining secrecy. " Don't
be afraid," said he, "of my saying anything
about it, for I feel as much ashamed of it as
BLuVT.--Dr. Bailie, (who was not more
famed for medical skill than for his strong
common sense mode of displaying it,) being
called to attend an eccentric individual styl
ing himself Dr. Jones, the dramatist, during
a nervous attack, which he was subject to,
the fertile individual said:
"Doctor, do you think I write too much
for my constitution I"
" No," replied the discriminating doctor,
"but you do for your reputation."
Mrs. Partington says, the only way to
prevent steambeat explosions, is to make the
engineer's "bile their water on shore." li her
opinion. "all the burst-ng is done by cook
ing the steam on board."
A paper giving an account of Toulouse.
says: "It is a large town, containing 60,000
infhabitants, built entirely of brick."
J. M. NEWBY & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c,
T 11. NEWBY & CO., under the' U
e . S. hIotel, AuousT.. Ga., are now receiving
and opening the' LA lGFST, BEST and MOST
F.\SIIONABLE ASSOItTMENT of
ij1.A.SL !L'Dr-E" 'UEITT 3MilT
EVER onUred in the City of A ugusta, compris.ing
For Ge ntlenen and Youth's War, which for st
perior QU ALITY or MAN U FACT U lE 'itanot
be surpassed in this or any other Market. In addi
tion to which, we will weekly receive
from our House :n New York. Weu al-o keep con
stantly on hand a LARGE AND SPLENDID
Youth's & Children's Clothing !
grCountry Merchants and A LL PERSONS
visiting Augusta will certainly fittd it to their inatere-st
to examine our Stoek, as we arc determined to, offera
our Goods to the trading public on the most reason
gg* Thankful for the past kind and liberal pat
ronage that we havec received from the citizens of
Edgefield and the adjoining Districts, we houpe to
merit a continuance of the satme.
J. M. N EW BY & CO.
Augusta, Sept 24, tf 36
T11IE Undersigned have :associate.d witlh themi in
the Ready-Made Clothing Businaesr, Mr. C.
B. DAY and WM. S. WISE. and wall continue
the same under the name of .J. MI. NrFswBY Ceo.
HOIIA & NEWBY.
Aug 1, 183 f 37
T UIE Undearsigne-d re-turns his siterae thanaks~ to
hlis friends for their patrowage while located itn
IIatmbturg, antd herebhy informsi them that he czan be
fountd (after 1st Sep~temnber next.) at thte 'louse of
W.\RI), BLJRCHIARI) & CO.. opposite theo Ma
sonic hial, A ugusta, Ga., whaere he would he hanppy
to see and serave them, :mad where a F ULL and
Complete Stock of Dry Go ods,
can atlways be foundl, whtichi will be sold as LOW
as fromt atny IHouse in thac City.
M. A. RA\NSOM.
__iamburrg, A ug 13, t f 31
, Spring Goods----1856,
,FBURCHARD & CO,, AUGUSTA, GA,,
Broad St., Opposite Masonic I1nf l
A tRE now rece-iving an unausalaly choice varaety
of Spring Dress Fabrics, whaicha
they are se-lling at the~ ve'ry lowvest prices possibha-.
and to which tthe atte-ntiun of purc-hasers is veiry
cordially anad respectfully invited. hetit stock e
braces the tfollowing, maaon-. othaers, of Frech~~ Eng
lish. and American productio'ns. Particular aten
ti is asked to Patusli, Luapin, Seydlnux, Lieber &
Co's. anutfacture of Uomabazineis chaalies. delaine.s,
barees, greadineis, &e. Thirrion & Milliard's
black and c-ollored eballies, tmargtaise, veil berage
Printed Goods.-teinaeb. Koechlinil:s.
Percals, brittianates, cambries, jaceuts, lawtns, ur
gandies and ber-ages
Paris black silks. superior qualities ;
Paris rich faney- ailks ;
" F~ourlands, very handsome:;
" Farenchi and English Calicoes of Steinbacha's
Hogle's Montteithas & Nuortotn's;
Cases of Ginghaans, blh-tk and fancy, all prices:;
Printed ebiallies and baarage delaines, from low priced
to very rich ;
American lawns and muslins.;
" Calicoes, low pt-iee amnd fast colors;
Richardsona's Linens, and other maakeas a versy
full assortamenat in all varieties, for shairting, shteetinag,
pillow easaing, &c.,- &e. ; bir-da-ye- diapers. Se,:tch
ditto. towelling and towells, Turki~lh Bathl, &c;
window dlrap-a y, laace and amu-lin, &c.. &c.
Sunmmter Goods for Gentleaaen and Boys, in Lin
en drilligs, &c., cottoanades of all sorts, vestings,
sping eassimeres, eashamerett, drab e'ti, &c.
An unrivalled assormert of sheetings tand shiart
ins, brown and ble-aed-u, froam 3-4 to 12-4 wvidthi
and tfromn thec lowest pa iced to the finest English atnd
A merican miakesa.
Of every sort and kind, conside-red desirable to
haave, by the piece or hale-. In additiona to the
abvwe have the- ve-ry finest assortmeant of collars,
Laces and Emtbroideries in general, to be found
probably in the State.
J. F. BURCI1ARD & CO.
A pril 9, 18 :.. tf 13
Ladies' Mourning Goods.
W ILLIAl!!~IHEAR, Augusta, has re
eV.eiaed from New York, a full supply of
Lades' Mourning Goods, among which are
Lupin's Black Summer Bomnbazines and Black
Chalaem, of the beat quality ;
Supe-rier Black Alpaca and Black Canton Clothas;
Plain Black Silk Grenadines, a beautiful article;
Plain Black Ct-ape Martzt anad Black Barge;
Blacs and White Muslins and Plain Rlk. Lawns ;
Superior Black and White Ginaghams, and Etng
lih Black and Whtite Prints:
Ladies' lilack Ct-ape Undertsleeves and collar,
Superior English Ct-apes, for Veils and Trim
ming.: Witha anlmost every other article re-quired
for Ladies' Mlourning apparel, ad to whichl the
attention of the public is respetfull, invited.
June 18. tf 23
Fresh Turnip Seed,
J UST re-cived n for sale- a supply of Newv
tCrop TURNIP SEED. comp-rising the follow
ag varietiesa, viz.:
Ruts Baga, Large Ahite- Globe. Large N'orfolk,
Yellow Aberdeen, White Kanasm. andl Early Flat
Duth. G. L. PENN, Agent.I
Atfa. t f 31
Medical College of Georgia,
AUOUSTA. Jun.v. 1856.
T1flE TWENTY-FlvFH Course of Leetures
in this Institution will eomro-nee the FIRST
MONDAY IN NOVEMBER NEXT.
G. M. NEWTON, M. P., Anntomy.
L. A. DU( AS. N. I., Surgerv.
1. P GA RVIN, M. D., Materia Mediea, Thera
penites, and Medieal Jurisprudence.
T. A. EVE, M. D., Obstetrics and Diseases of
Women and Infants.
TI. V. M. M1.LER, N. D., Physiology and Pa
ALEX. MEANS, N. P., Professor of Chemistry.
L. 1). FORD. Nl. D., Institutes and Practice of
H. F. CAMPBELL, N. D.. Surgical, Compara
tive, and Microscopical Anatomy.
S. CAMPBELL. N. D., Demonstrator of Anat
S. B. SIMMONS, M.D., Assistant Demonstrator.
JURIAH HARRIS, M. D., Prosectorto Profes
sor of Surgery.
Clinical Lectures will be delivered regularly at
the City Hospital, and ample opportunities will be
afforded for the study of Practical Anatomy.
Fees for the entire Course............S105 00
Matriculatinn Ticket (to be taken once).. 5 00
For further particulars, apply to
G.M. NEWTON, Dean.
Augusta, July 15, 2m 27
NUtIIE undersigned have associated themselves for
the purpose of conducting a
General Mercantile Business.
In the Villnae of Edgifield, where we are . w re
ceiving and opening (in the room formerly oceup ed
by W~ P Butler) an entirely new, varied and ex
tensive stock of Goods, embraceing nearly every
article usually kept for the trade, which have been
recently seheted by us. in pe:son, from the latest
importactions of the Northern Markets.
We especially invite an inspection of our Stock,
with the assurance that we can please even the
Desiring to confine our future operations more
closely, to the Cash System, we shall, at all times,
ofler extra inducements to cash buyers.
W. P. BUTLER,
J. A. BLAND.
April 9. 1855. tf 19
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
D RS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, respect
fully inforr their :riends and patrons that
they have just received their FRESH Stock of
Pure and Genuine Drugs, &c.
And will be pleased to wait upon all who may furor
them with their patronage.
Space will not allow us to give a Catalogue in thit
place of our Stock of ])rugs Medicines. &u. Suf
fie it to sCy, we have the IF U. L E ST I and
MOST CO.MPL.FTE Stock ever
otliredl in thai-. Ihde.
l:ilgdie"ld C. 11., May ;1 if 19
THE EDGEFIELD BOOT AND SHOE
' "11E Sulbseriber n.:t re;!'Ct
I folly informs Ins friends that
he is still at the same old Stand,
and :ake< to order,
coots and Shoes
OF THE BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP
Also, on hand, a very flue assortment of
Dress, Doub!e Soled Water Proof acnd Quilted
And, s usual, a variety of those FINE PUMP
BOOTS. so mouch atnd so jurt!y ;tdmired.
.\II of which, in future, lie will sell at the LOW
est Prices for CASil and CASil ONLY.
lie will strieth' adhere to thtis rule in every instance
andi earnestly trusts that NONE will expect him tc
depart from'it. WMl. McEVOY.
Sept 25 _______tf 37
Water Proof Ware-House,
HAMBURG, S. C.
S TIlE Subscriber has taken the
Planuters Water Proof
Ware-Ilouse. formerly occuptid by Mr. Jous~
t!ituFa, Sr., atnd by strict attntson to business he
hopes to merit at liberal share of the~ paCtrotnage 0i
the generous pubic of tile upperCI and Cotton-grow'
Thle WV arc. Iiouse is above high water mark. and
miore secure from Fire than anay other Ware Ilouse
I will alse, itend to reciving and forwarding
Goods, &c., intrusted to myl care.
C. II. IZENNEY.
Ilattburg. Sept1h.-I155. tf :1
R E 11 OV & L
Of the Tin Mianufactury,
NE A R~ lii.. R. T. MINIS' T AN Y A r: I)
r 18 Subseniber wiould respeetfutly i nr the
Icitizens of Edgelield atnd the surrounlin~ Dis
tricts. that he hlas remuovedl to his residence. wher(
he l as recently ereeted a large anil contntiodioud
Shop, and is timv prepared toc entiry otn tihe
IN A LL ITS lBRANdlI Ss, such as Nliaininctu
riti Tin War. for Nliehants, ROOFING, GUT~
TE[RING. and all manner of JOli WOll.
Alvays on han.d a general ass. illment of
TIN AND JAPAN WARE!
11T Mleich.ints snpplied at shortest notice anid otn
the most reasonable termis. Orders isolicitetd.
C. L. RE&FO.
Oct 3 tf 37
ST.lATE~ OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
r. Flusney Carter,
vs." Foreign Attachmenat.
vs. .Foreign Attachmecnt.
Batik oif I hamburg,
' iIlls Pintitis inl the above stated eaures htavitnc
. ti s day liled their Declaratione iu nmy Office.
and-te) Dfendatnt hacvttg neither wife nor A ttur~
ney known to reside within the limiits of this State.
inwrhuott copies of' said I techlrationns with rutilea to
plead cant be served, On tmotion ot' Mr S-rYt.Es,
Plhatifhi.' Atitorney, Ordlered, that said I tefernat
appeaL~r anud plead to said keelaraltionts within a year
and dany fronm the date htereof, nr hinal and absolute
judgment wi:1 be givitn against himt.
TIIOS G. IBACON, c. c. a. a.
Clerk's Office, Sept 3, 1855 lyq 35
STAThE OF SOllTh CAROLINA,
IN COMM ON PL EAS.
Thonm II. Trent,
Lambtak .& Coope..
113 P II~llailtiff in the abt-; *:tat~~med caiCe, haviin:
.Hthtisiday til-d his Ihrelai ationl in nmy (Olite,
ail the l.eftndantis havIiin ti itherV iti- ur At 1.
e kniown withliin the,. limita of this State, ''n wlhoim
co'ies or said I ltecirationi with rules t. pleC~i call
be' *erv ed, On miotlin of Mr. M-rva.Es, Plaint ill'.
A tornecy, Ordereid that said I lefend:cti s :.pipearm al1
plead to said decration w ithiin a yeaur andi a day
from thei dat e herecof, or fintal anid absolute judgment
will be given against themt.
TfIhOS. ti. BACON, c.c.r..n.
Oct11, 1855 gly 4t6
State of South Carolina,
Elizabeth Corley, A pplicant '
W. C. Corley,
L. B. Corley,
.esse Stone, and wifo
It appearing to miy satisfimetion thnt L. B. Corley,
uno of the detetndants, reside s without thtis State,
it is the~refore ordered, that he appear and object to
the division or sale ei the real tte oft A dkitn Cor
Iy. on or before thte I0th day of November next~ur
his consent to the samce i'ell be entered of recordl.
W. F. D U RISE, o.a n.
August 18. 15t 3m 32
Summer Dress Goods at low Prices.
R II. SU LLIVA N washing to close .ut a very
. handsome assortment of BAIlEGEiS and
ther DRESS GOOl S, will sell them at GREAT
LY R EDUCED PRICF.S.
112T Cash buyers will find thais the place to geti
beautiful dress cheap.
HAMBURG, S. C.
JOHN A. MAYS, PROPRIETOR,
TT E Public arc respectfully in
formed that this Hotel has u'ider- ,sq
gone a thorough repair, and bas been !"!
refitted in the BEST STYLE. regard
less of expense, and was opened on the First of Octo
ber, for the reception of Boarders and accomodation
of Transient customers.
The lest aecommodation is guarantied to those
who will favor the Proprietor with their patronage.
and the Management will be such as to command i
for the house, the reputation it has always main
tained, as the Best Hotel in Hamnburg.
The Proprietor assures the public that no pains
shall be spared on the part of the Management to
furnish the Table with the best viands the Markets of
Augusta and Hamburg afford.
Families visiting our Town are solicited to give us
a call, as our best exertions shall he devoted to ad
minister to their entire comfort
Attached to the Hotel, is a fine LIVERY and
SALE STABLE, kept by C. DANIELS & J. B.
CARaco, which is well fitted up and has all kinds of
Provender that this Market can possibly afford, and
they pledge themselves to take as good care of Stock
as any other Stable, or no pay.
They are prepared to accommodate Drovers Stock,
and Transient Florses at all times, and have Horses
and Buggies to hire, and will run one or more Hacks,
whenever called for on reasonable terms.
N. B.-They have an eminent Horse Farrier
who proposes to cure all cura'le diseases of the
horse, (contagious diseasos excepted.) or no pay,
and will b,- responsible that horses under his treat
ment shall be well cared for and Sated according
Hamburg, April23 1S6. Gm 15
Cheap Dry Goods for Spring,
BROOM & NORRELL.
238 Broad Street---Angusta Ga.
H AVE just opened their Spring Stock of Staple
and Fancy Dry Goods. and would respectful
ly call the attention of the citizens of Edgefield and
adjoining Districts to the assortment, which com
prises almost everything in the h)ry Goods line,
having been bought by an experienced buyer, they
are prepared to offer Goods at such prices as they
can guarantee to be as CnEar AS TIE CIiEAPFS-T.
Feeling :tssured that a careful exatminattion of our
Stock will induce a liberal share of Patronage they
solicit the favor of an early call. Among our Goods
we invite particular attention to the following, viz:
Plaid Blk. and Fancy Dress SILKS
" Satin Striped and Fr. Printed BEREGES
R oh SILK GRENADINES and Satin Plaid
Fr. Printed CIALLIES and BEREGA DE
lich Grenadine, Beregc and Jaconet FLOUN
Rieba Fr Printed ORGANDIES, MUS' 1NS and
Bk CII ALLIES,TAMATANS.iJO1 L AZIN ES
Plain & elltd Jaconet, Canbricks, NANSOOKS
at: .WhSS MUSLINS
ItllLI.A.NTS, CALICOES, GINCIIAMS,
1'A t.TON S &c. &e. &e.
Large assortment Worked Edginia and Ins.r
lieih E-n:ibd BASQUES, Lace and Silk MAN
Lace and Crape SITAW T.S-Blk. Silk LACES.
Superior Assortment of Goods for GENTS and
LINENS-TABLE DAMASKS, DIAPERS,
TOW ELINGS &c. &e.
10.4 and 12-4 LINEN SIIEETINGS and super
PILLOW CASE LINENS
Superior assortment Bik and Tro DOMESTICS,
SII.EiETINGS, L.ONG CLOTIIS,
STrRPES, TICKINGS ad Servants Goods
HOSIERY for Gents, Ladies, Misses, Boys and
chlidn-~n all kinds and prices.
Tugether with many other goods not named, all
wich will be offered at prices that cannot be uin
dersold in the way of fair and upright dealitng by
any (louse in thme State.
BR OOM & NORRELL.
23S Broad Street A ugusta Ga.
Near'y opposite Augusta Ban~k.
A pril 2_ t f 1
IlI E undersigned havinag removed
their stock or Shieet Mlusic amil
Mlusienl lustruments to flome, Geo..
he'z leave to return. to the citizens of South Caro.
hina:, their sin'cr th~anks for the liberal patronage
bestowed, and to inform those still ini w:mnt of Pianos
that wec still keesp a stock of Pianmos
in. Auusta, which we wilse-llat unpreedseat
ed low rates. Those wantttinig Pianos, wvi:. tind, it
greatly to their atdvatntage~ to write' to us, as we war
rat toi please in prices, nal gunhllty oft instrumeni~ts.
OT Orders otr inqu~iries adidre~ssed to us at A u.'u
ta or lRome, Geti., will mteet with promtpt attentionl.
A. A. CLA RK & SON.
A ugusta Geo.,
or A. A. CLARK & SON,
JTune 2S, tf 2
T iB subscriber is now receiving his Spring and
[Summer Stock of (oods al. his ol stand the
Brick Store, cisnsistin~g or every vart;ety usually kept
itn a I Iry Goods store, viz:
iih soloried Silks for ladies Dressaes.
Silk TIissues, Challeys, htarage. Uelaines
Pinini and Coloredh irIgLe.,
Musati, and Earismon (Gimghams
English and A mericatn l'rints,
Plain, Checked, Strited & D~otts'd Swiss Muslinis.
Plain, Cheeked .lh:eotnets antd C'ammbries.
Fmie worked Collars, Chlizitts anid Under
Swiss andi JTeonet .Ilusinm Bdeins andl Insertinias
Fine :1k, Crepe, N\laistam Straw and Fancy~
A good assortment of Bonnet R;bbon~s
A goodi assortmeit of Fashionable II ATS of all
kitnds suitable for the season
IlTmbrellars and Parasol,,
MIens, Ladits. Boys, Misses and childirens, Boots
and Shoes of all kinds
Grocries, U.ard ware and Crockery.
WVith many other art'eles too tedious to imenttiont
all of whiebl will be sol~l 00 tilt' mast neeoinnmudast2
te'rms. all are invited to cddt o e'xamtine for them,
gi-A liberal discount for Casha.
it. C. B RY AN.
A pril 2 85G f 12.
Wagons and Iron Plow Stocks,
I l.\V Eaaecured thle sersieS of 3 FIIRST itAi T
IWI lWIU( I IT, nad iponl to build
Large nuid miana Wagomna
ta sard-r. amnd t o do all kinal af It El'A lIItt NU iii tIe
W.~agoni lI usin e.-s at the --hoarte.:.t nati.:e.
Iam still mi;,mneattuii-z a uii sf the he'i miaterial,
THE IRON PLOW STOCK,
(Por'iei:ao'.- l'aitemi,) ial sall r~ them to the lhmten.
d' h-:dgefiel~l Di:strict at 8,55 pt r~ Stock.
IA II'ut dle'' fosr I'lewsa 'ill bie hrts-ils at ended~
to. S. 1. t0-1 ;oi - a
EFegelds C. 11., Fda '7 i'
r1 llE .'ubisariber haaving 1 - 'atedt palaermaenly in
thes Store' next door to Mr. I1. 11. StiLvA.', is
preanred to iiiko to ordler flne
D00TS AND SHOES,
At the shortest notice, and tof tile very INT L MA -
Ie hoipes by faithful work and close attention to
business to be able to plhease all whit maay favor himit
with thleir patroitage.
I will refer to Mr. S. F. GooDE, who is my guar
dian, in all matters of businiass.
JTu y 18 tf 27
Brought to the Jail.
O F this Duttrict a Negro mant wvhma says his nameil
is dlitm atnd that hie btehmgit- to .J. A. Sh~anklin
of Charltstsan, So. Ca. Said .Jim~ is atbout 25 or 3(0
yers of age. live (Aet a inceas hiieb coplper c'olr
weighing nhoaut 10 lbfts. Thme owner is resquestad to
comne forwasrad, prove propeirt: , pay chairga's nad take
him naty otherwise lie illt ts' dealt with acrisrding
to l wJA s ES El)SON, .J 1..
Jsuly23,_lS5t; tf SS
A LPersons having demands against thu Estate
A. " t i~.t. Adiioni, de. e'd., are requ este'd toI
present themi properly attested to the tin dersigned,
to whlom also those i',?debted to the Esatatte are re
uired to make promut pyeut.
pam G. L. PENN,
Adaor with the Will annoxed.
aMwy t . 17
REES & LImTON,
Warehouse & Commission Merchants,
ALts-r. . CA.,
r 'LtE Undersirned Lav^ formed a Co- (
partnership for the -,ranaetion oif a
GEN ERA L WA REILOUSE and COMIUSSION
BU5l NESS, anad will, en the first of September
next, take the new Fire Proof Werehuse on .Jack
son street, now oceupied by Crocker & lees.
We will ve. oar strict p'ersonnl attention to all
business entrusted to our care, and would respect
fully olieit a share of public patronage.
Mr. E EES would take this occasion to return his
sincere thanks to the friends and patros of the firm
of Crocker & Rces for their liberal patronne, and
would so!ieit a continuane, of the same for the new
g All orders for Bgging, Rope and Family
Supplies, will be carefully filled at the lowest market
The usual cash advances made when required.
JOHN C. REES,
of the firm of Crocker & Rees,
SAMUEL D. LINTON.
Augusta,June 27, 2m 25
1'HIE Undersigned have formed a Co-partner
ship in business, under the firm of SIBLEY
& USHER, at the old and well known stand of
SIBLEY & SoN, Corner of Market and Centre Streets,
hamburg, for the transaction of a general
Grocery, Provision & Cotton Business,
Where we intend to keep constantly on hand a full
supply of Goods, and will sell as LOW for CASII
u any other house.
Our Stock consists in part of the following:
Clarified, Crushed, Powdered, St. Croix, Porto
Rico and New Orleans SUGAR:
New Orlanus and West lndi: MOLASSES;
.Java and Ri Co FFEE;
Irish POTATOES for plantin r:
BACON, LARD and BUTTER.
Bagging, Rope ano Twine,
Shoe and Sole Leather,
Mackerel, Kitts and Harrels.
Blankets. Negro Cloths, ()suuhurgs,
Saddles and Bridles, W'oden Ware,
Pepper and Spice, Fresh (:ice, Sack and
Table Salt, Ten of various kinds, indigo,
Window Glass, Ltmp, Linsyed and Train Oil,
Ptints, Powder, Rifle and Itlasting, Stot and
Lead, a good assortment of Chairs, Rock
aways, Office. Arm and Children's
Hedsteads, Soifas, taeathurs.
Mexican Peruvian Cuano, Kittlewell's Salts,
Lime and laster, Iron, German and Cast steel
Nails, assorted. &c., &o
.IOSIAH SIBLEY JOIN USHER SR.
hlamburg, .an 23, 1856. ly _
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLEAS
ILEY C. (1rTi I- ELL who is in the cuslody
it' the Sher ilTi4 ordgefi. Id District. hy virtue
Sofa W rit of Cap'a ad Satiacaama. at the suit
t' Wilia tAu . A rher, having hli.I in aiv 1 'flee
i togretl:ti with a Seii ae un a:ill f his estate aml
efriets, his petitionto t i( u'nit if Cuai:m n Pleas.
1 ptrving' tliat lie Ilay la-. alittal to th:" benefit of
the 'Ats of the ieneral A :..eilbly. imade fGr the
relief of inaolvent debtors : It is ordered that the
Ssaid Willimn A. A rehir :ai;l all ot ia-r erediturs to
I whomti the sail WI iy C. t loet r is in any + ire in
dcbted, he. aal they arc hereby summoned, and
have untice to alpear belre the staid Court at Eale
field Court Ilouse. on Monday the sixth day of
October next, to show eatse if any they can why
the prayer of the petitiour aforesaid should not be
TIOS. G. BlACON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Ofdee, .lune 16. 166 lfit 24.
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PL E AS.
ITENR' Y U. SPAt N N, wh is in the etustody of
lthe S4herifT of Edgefieldl Distriet, by virtue of
a Wr it of Capias ad Satisfaciendum,. at the suit of
James Sheppard, having filed in my Ollic together
wih, a Sedeule on oath (of his estate and eff'ects, his
pet:tiiont to the Court of Commotan P'leas. praying that
ie may be aditted to the benefit of' the Acets of the
Gee'al As'enmbly unde for the relief of insolvent
debtors :It is ordered thtat the said Janmes Shiep
parl, and WI other creditors to whtotn the said
enry R.:-:panni is in) antywise indebted,. be, and
they are hereby .tummonedi, andl have notice to
appear b-.fiire the sitd Court att Edgeficid Coutrt
louse, on Ma lda the sixth diy of Octobter next,
to show cause if any theuy cani why the prayer of thec
,eitioner aforesaid shlid not ben graitted.
TFlLOS. G. A CON, c. c. r.
Cerk's Oflice, June 16.1 50 1t;t 24.
STIATE OF SOUTUH CAROLINA,
IN COMMO1N PL E AS.
rp IOM0 .\S .J 11 A HimS. who is in the enstody of
the Sheriff of E1~ltpliehldI Distriet, by virtue of a
Wit of Uapias.' ad respnndumuu. :tt the suit of
Ietry Illowardl, hiavint filed itn my Ofliee toge'th1ierI
with a S.h~dul- on oatht of' his estate an ttaetl
his petitioni to the Court of commnoti Pleas, prayimg
that he may be admtittedl to the beanefit of the Act<
o the Gen'aeratl Assembly miiade for the telief of iin
salvent debtors: It ir or'dered that the sauid I ienry'
I lwrd, and all othter ednoiiars to) whom the satid
htomas '.1. I larris is in anywise ittdabted, be. uad
rthey areheeh sumn~tated,:mdt have notice. to ap
par befabre said Couirt at l.deetielh Coaurt I liuse'.
an Mlonday the sixth day of Octobrct text , to ishowa
caue ii any thi.- canl whly the prayer ol the pietitionetr
afrsaid should ntot he urriitetd.
TII0S. (;. BA CON. c. c. r.
Clerk's Omeie, .Iune I 6, 1956 - 1i ..
STATE'I OF SOUTH'' C.\ROLINA.
. TILL1 A. . TI'i RN BR.ttaisttt. rim dv
' ail thIei Sharitrauf E-dirie~ld I tistriet. b., vir'
IuC fa~ Wrii tof C'aphas aid Salis-fat-irntini. at thte
suit ofldhntison, Crews & lirawleyv, bauiigliledl in
zity Ollier tigthIer wvitht a behta diule n ainth of his
e~tate atnd etlfete, his periition ta the Court if Coim
ioi 14::st. payingi t hat hei ttiy b e adl mitted toa the
enelit of the A ets oif the Genaeraf Assemtb~y tmiade
fr tde relief of insol'etnt debators :It is airdered thait
the sid~ .lohansaon, Crews & llrawley, andal nl other
crhitrs to whtomi the stad William J1. Tuiner is oi
anywise inidebiead, be,:amd theyv arc herebi suimmaat
i'd. atd have ntictje tao atppen'r ba'fore' the said Court
at lg'ivld Counrt Haause, aut .irltdy the .ixth aday
faOtobr lext, ta. ,-haow eause if atay theyv cata wh
th prt iir of the ph.:iiione~r albretSt'd a.huuldl naot be
rtitd TIOS. G;. A CON, c.c.r
Clrk's Otliace,.Ita lueai. 18.->6 10: 24.
ATElajj OF SOUTH'1 (i~AOLINA,~
EDG BFaIl.LD DISTRICT,
r g N [IY Bt > \' I), whio is itt the a u-todyl aof the~
I Shetarill'oo lCdtgeliehl I1)istrie!.. lby virt ua ii a
Wr'it of' Capaias 'ad aS'Iaatilaml.aIm. at tii- u Ut a
Willitanaa ( C hilti., haavintg I1bd m in ay ('lulie'
o~eihr ' ith a Seheaintia ian ath aof h's estait.- ail
eehla's, his paetitianatt te Cou'r(at af Commtionat l'entl.,
arayi~ thaat Ih' may bea.h oiuaadit., a the. beniiafit ni
the i t. of Ih (lena:ii;l A\moemibly imade fat the~
''ebe aif iisah' eml adalbiars : i it i-a or. that ihe
aid W.'illiain, a. C.hrisl ie, and all aather cre~l iiirs to
w ham the tsalid'aiiil v 'Gal is in ants wia' indlebe.'I
ti, atia t hey ai c heralby iwa antnad, m tal hiave' ntaicea
ta apear before the said Curt at Ealteuia'ld Court
hiios, oan Mondniy ite si.uhi any oif tjaciaaher nat.
tt a shiw canise if aint'y they e.ti why'i~ thit taa'apr of the
p 'titianr' afiarucatid ihlaad no tat hi gtranited
T UGS. (t. IA CtJN, c. e. r
C lr's Olliec. Juneti I , I tS56 (6t 24.
T l'E STO[R IIO1USE, ne-xtEtst of RI. H. Sutl
.livai's, 30 feet frontt and 60h deep, cotiniing
tire rooms below, onei above. atnd a good cellar.
TI E TAN YARI) and Lot adjoinaing, and con
ttainitg abaaut three itcres.
ONE LOT on thte braucha adjoining C. L. Refo.
R. T. MlIS.
Oct 2 U .__ 38
FOR TIlE LADIES?
W E have on hand ai great variety of Colognes,
YVlIanalk erchtief Extracts, Toilet Powders and
an ssfttent aof Fiancy anal Toilet Soaps ;
Pomaea. Pute Bear's Oil,11air Tonics, Restora
tiet. atd Hair Iliye;
P estoin Stilts and Aratnatio Vinegar; ;
Cream of Heauty, Carnation Rouge, Uair Do
pilatory, &c., to till of which the atitntion of the
Ladies is respectlelly inivited. F~or sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
ay 23 tf 19
Phyicans' Buggy Trunks and Pocket
M E~DIIN E CASES-faor sale by
MA. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
u MxS on t
H. L. CUNNINGHAM & CO.,
GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS I2
FOREIGN WINES AND LIQUORS,
EA1URG, S. 0.
W E take this opportunity of returning thanks
v to our patrons and friends far the very liberal
encouragement and favors we have received for
several years past, and respectfully solicit a continu
mee of the same. Our highest aims, and best en
deavors will be to merit and deserve the patronage
of our old customers, friends and the public gene
rally, by conducting our business as we have done
eretofore, and increasing our reputation for
Low Prices and Fair Dealing,
And making it to the decided advantage of all who
favor us pith their trade.
The increased patronage we have received and
are continually receiving has induced us to BUY
A LARGE and WELL ASSORTED
Stock of Goods, in order to meet the growing de
mands and increase of trade.
TIE SUPERIOR' QUALITY
Of all Goods offered to the Public at this establish
ment, is so well known that very little need be said
upon tlie subject. But with the unity of LOW
PRICES, and the very best quality of GOODS,
is the system of business the subscribers arc deter
mined to carry out. This will be made applicable
to every branch of their business.
Our Goods in all instances will be what they are
represented to be-and when sold by sample, shall
always be in conformity with the sample.
We are constantly receiving and have in Store a
COMPLETE ASSORTME NT of
LOA F, CRUSHEI, CLA RIFIE I), ST. CROIX
AND ORLE.ANS SUGARS,
ORLEANS SYRUP& CUBA MOLASSES,
TENNESSEE AN I) BALTIMIORE BACON
SODA. STARCH, SOAP,
WITE WINE ANI) APPLE VINEGARS, &e.
A large assortment of
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Consisting of Pipes, half Pipes and Quarter Casks of
IDIPORTD BRA I S,
Of the following celebrated Brands and Vintages,
Otard, Duly & Co., 1838, 1844, 1847.
Alex. Signett, 1852, 1855.
Martel & Co., 1847.
Azarat Signett, 1849.
.l. J. Dupy, 1848.
P. ignett, 1850.
OLD BORDEAUX, CITAMPAGNE BRANDIES
MADEIRA, PO:T ANI) SI1ElRlY WINES,
.TAMAICA AND ST. CRiOIX RUMS,
sIB;SON'S EACLE W 11 K EY. AN)
Donsstic Liqub'o so nil ksinds!
The Arrangements of atir :.tore are su'h :is to
make this Esttblisinnent ini fa..t the snbstituL of
the cellar of every e.nsuri1 a.
IIUTEI.S and persons scanting smaalt assorted
lIoto Clof .ice Wines and Liquors for special oea
sions, can he supplied at the shortest notice.
COUNTRY TRADE sulajlied at the wholesale
1A1IlLIES can comnanil the best Table Wines
at very low prices, as also the hebapest sorts of
Wines and liquors for culinary purposes.
PIlYSICIANS requiring line Liquors for medi
cal purposes are particularly solicited to call and ex
amine our Stock.
We keep constantly on bandl a
gales, Whips Saddle
Blankets, Bed Blankets,
severnal Cases of ('ine sewedI anal
P'egge.d Doots and Slot's, Ladies,
Mlisses attd Children's Shoes, Water
pr.tof' Hunting and Ditcher's lioots. 1Boys and
Men's Brogans from Na, I to 15. also. 'ur,
Wool and Si~k Unts. Cloth. Paush andl
Fancy Caps. Osnabuorgs. Sheet
ings, Shairt ings, .Stripes Getar
gia Plains. Gunny andl
Bale Rope. &c.
We solicit C.\Sli ORI)IRS from parties not
i'iiting out' Towva, and will endeavor ini all instanu
ees t satisfy in every particular, all who conliedl
heir order's to uIs.
[PersonS visiting! this Mlarket are earnestly solicitedl
to give us a call before they maake their paurchiases.
We are determeined to nmake. it to thieir adanaatage
by selling themt their supplies Lt)W ER than they
can buy themil elsewhecre.
gyI 'We will give thec market pries far Cotton,
and every other kind of produce aao'ared.
11. L. CUNNINGHAMl,
G. C. CU NN INGlA31.
ITamburer May 28 1850 a6m 20
tadeira and Sherry Wines.
1 UST lIlPORTEI) and in Stoare twa cnsks of
, pure :tand line old M1 A D)E 1 R A and
SiJE RY W ines. l'raonneed by the
best judges ' 'T' finest ever ialThreda ini this market."
H. L. CL'NNINUII.\M & CO.
1l,aburc', Mtay 21, unit; tf 19_
. EWad imp~roved Style.-Also. Nipple
SGlasses. lire:st Pi'pes anal Pumps, Niipple
Shi'lds, Te'ething Rings, &c. Fair salt' by
A . 0. & T. .). TrE A GUE, Dr'ugists.
ay 23 tf 19
Medicine Chests and Travelling Cases.
O N htand a few-n very fin.' family aicine Chests
ianal Travellinie Cases. Faor Nil.-'b
A. G. & T. J EAGUDugss
May 23 tf 10
BL ACK, Blue, Indelible and Carmine, for sale
by A. 0. &T. J. T EAGUE, Druggists.
Ma~y 23 tf 1
Galtanic Batteries & Magneto Electric
I UST rcied, and for sale by
A . G.i1 & Tr. .1. TE A G UE, Drug gist.
tiny 23 ~ tf I_
Cupping Cases and Scarificators,
Li kmtals Alesi, Lancels ;ataa a zreat variety
lof $aurgt inI In :az.trum n t.--. 'o sal -~ tby
A( a3 'I . .' '1] j .GI I-. D)rugists
Brushecs, Brushes !
N Str, a fine'variety of Pi'. VarihtGan
I utiini and Ilair Brualthes :tand Comib.- Flesh
:u and I ii C loves-Nail, Tooth :anda Shaving
irazhes. &a'. F"or' sale by
A. G. & 'T. .. TIE ACUE. Danggists.
May 2:4 if 19
Two Horse Wagons,
F~lSata', three f(ra.-- r.--.- two lazse Wag
Ioni. Lowt for Cashl. It T1. MIMS.
April.'30. f If _
VEGETABLE LIVER MEDICINES,,
A SAFE AND EFFECTI'.\ I. RE.IEL)Y
For all kindls of Liveru disenses, and all dis
ases anal indispositionis thtat originate
from a diseased state at' itnetivity
of the Liver-such as charonic
anal acute infilamttationl of the
Liver. dyspe'psia, sick head
ae, sour'ness ot sta,e,
loss of appaetlte. chliek,
costiveness. &c., &e.
100 PackageS just rec'eivedl attd for sale by
G. L. l'ENN, Agent.
July 1 tf 25
Rouse and Lot for Sale.
TlIE Subscriber wishing tao leave for parts as yet
unknwn, offers f'or sale his Cottage Residence
rn the woods threa' ntles Naorth of l.iberty 111ll. It
s suited to a Preacher, Tena'her or Physician or any
trson wishina a healthy residenee.
T attst. Low price andi honsr cedit. For partie
ilrs inquire of GEORG E GA LPIN.
Longmires, P. 0., S. C.
A April 2 1856, i f 12
orn R~eal and lomniny
AL WAYS for sale at the subscriber's residence.
AS. W. NCOAN
au2 6zm 7
l*A E ..
dgefeld C. s., 5..
T IE Undersigned having forme.a Co-Part
nership far the purpose of marangies.Mhe
Furniture business, respectfully call e attention
yf the publie to their new and excellenttockr
At the stand formerly occupied by.MrLod Hill;
and adj..ining Mr. John Colgan's Mere\nt Tailor
Shop, where they :re prepared to supply aorders as
Greatly Reduced PricE! -
We intend keeping our Rooss always fed with
a great variety of the latest and most. fajoable
Our present Stock consists of a No. 1. lot t
(A large and splendid variety,)
BOOK-CASES, TABLES, WASRSTANDSeO
CO 'I'ITO i
We will also make COFFINS to order, at G
shortest notice, and at reduced iates.
We have and intend keeping constantly .on had
a fine assortment of MOSS and COTTON. MAWR
TRESSES which will be sold cheaper than ever
before offered in this place. .
(gREPAIRING old Furnituro promptly at
We are determined to give satisfaction to all who
may favor us with their patronage, and by warrant
ing our work to be put un in a workmanlike man
ner-and of the best material, we hope to seeure a
liberal share of public encouragement.
M. A. MARKERT,'
June 19 6 23
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY I
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C..
T I E Subscribers
continue to build
to order, and of the '
BEST MATERIAL that can be procured,'
Carriages, Buggies, &c.,
Or EVERY STYLE AND D1scairrIoN. They alsokeep
constantly on hand a fine :nd varied assortment of
New and Second-Hand Carriages!
l gREPAIRING neatly and promptly attend
Thankful for past patronage, they hope by giving
due attention to their business and the interests of
their customers, to continue to receive a liberal shire
of public favor. C. McGREGOR,
F. L. SMITH.
Mnr 2S tf 11
I RAT BROTHERB, Augusta. have just
received a large assortment of Blue Bome
spuns, fo)r servants' summer wear-handsome pat
terns, anl very ebeap.
June 18 tr ' 23
t TILLIAiM SHEAR, Augusta, has just
V received from New York a full supply of
French Printed Muslins, of new and beautiful styles,
and at very low prices, to which he respectfully
nvites the attention of the public.
June 18, ti 23
SuperfineHams and Lard!
Sugar amet crofree.
J UST receiv' d a fine Stuck of the above Goods
For sae by . PENN.
GRAY UROTHJERS, Augusta, have just re
eived a full assortment of the best wire and
water twist LONG CLOTHS, which they are sell
ing nmuc'h below usual prices, having been pur
chased within the last ten, days under a depressed
state of the market.
.lun 18tf 23
N ot ice.e
JA tl daily receiving mny Spring Stoek consisting
lof every article usually kept in our line of Besi
ness, which will be sold at Messrs. Lamback &
Cop~ers Cash prices. Anmongr my Stock is the
Best Assorted Liquors and Wines,
Eve ofR-red.u in H~amburgr, whlich will be sold ac
cordiaig to quality and ntot Brand.
S. E. B W E RS, AOr.r
Jan 30 tf 3
Caution to all,
4 LL Persons in any wise indebted to the Subscri
LI hers, either individuntlly or collectively.nare
hereby f,,rewarned to settle op at an early dlate,
olrwise they will certainly have to settle with an
Attorney. We have a large amount of money to
raise in a eliven time, and are necessarily compelled
to rursue this course. Take heed, therefore, all ye
who are interested. J. 11. -1ENNINGS,
W. D. J ENNINGS.
Sept 6 if 34
.. :L ose' indebted to the Estate of J1. E. Free
.ir.man will pleasec come fsrw:nrd and paty uj.
immeiat elv : and tho.se having demannds against the
litte wilt jpresent them j.r'.perly' attested.
J. 11. JENNINGS' Ad'rs.
J. W. FREIDIAN,
Feb 4. ____________
Ad iitao' Notice.
L L persons indeb~ed to the Estate of William
I Vntnee deed arc earnestly requested to settle
without delay, and all thtose havintz demands against
the same will reoder them in legally attested
S. BR OADWATER, Admr.
Jan 7 tf 52.
A LL Persons having demands against the Estate
of Wm.. H. Adams, dec'd., are h-reby notified
to present the same, properly atteste'l, for payment,
and those who are inde!,ted to the Estate, are re
quested to make payment to
E. PENN, Addor.
n24 .tf 2
LL Per,.ons indebted to the Estate of Col. R.
I U . Bouknigrht, dee'd., arc earnestly requested
to make immediate payment. All persons having
demands agaittst the estate, will present them pro
JOHN HUIET, atd'ors
Dee 19I l y 49
ALL persons having any deantds against the
Aestate of Nancy liatemnan, are hereby noti
Sed to iesenit their claims duly attested, on or be
fore the 25th day of December, and all those in
debted arc requested to pay up forthwith.
WMJatILLER, A dm'or.
JIuly 2.3, 185d. if 28
WE have just received 20 pieces Irish Linens,
Tu hieh we are selling very low.
I ase Bleached Sheeting. extra fine. 12) eents..
BROOM & NOtRRELL.
A ugusta, June 25. tf 24
LL our stock of Summer Clothing will be sold
-at Low Rautes, after this date.
WM. 0. PRICE & CO.
A Augusta, June 25. tf . 24
Gum Elastic Hot Water Bags and
H OSPITA L CUJSHIONS-for sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf .19
A LREvariety-fur sale by
. . G& T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 _ __ tI . 19
New Style Marseilles Quilts,
.RAY BROTHERS, Augusta. have just
received a~beautiful article of White Maurseille.
Quilts, with handsomne pink torers-nSw pretty
md cheap. Also, a few easee ots these large siee'',
low pricd Quilis, to which thiey' would respiedfully
invite th attenmtion of the pole.
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