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OPENING OF NEW GOODS AT
BLAND & BUTLER'S!
W E are now receiving and have opened, and
W ready for inspection anI vale, i large por
tion of our NEW FALL and W INTE R STOCK.
In a few days more we shaUl be prepared to
show our !riends and patrons the
Most Extensive and Varied Stock 0
Ever brought to Edgefi,-1.1; and those who may
buy of un, may rely on haviing good Goods at the
LOW EST PR ICES at which they can be sold.
We desire particularly to call the attention of the
Ladies to our
Comprising the most eleurant SILK ROBES of
the iehest designs and most magnifiecent Goods ever
brou!-ht to this market.. Also, tither Dress SILKS,
Black and Colored, o-every style;
Rich French Printed DeLains; Eugenia Robes;
Poplins; French and English Marinoes; -
Solid Co!ored I)eLaines, bright colors;
Also, in bright colors and small figures all wool
DeLaiues, suitable for Children's wear, together
with a large assornent of
FRENCH,!ENGLSH & AMERICAN PRINTS.
We have also, Elastic and Patent Leather Belts,
in great %ariety ; Corsets ; Elastic.; Head Dresses:
L:ees, &c. Ladies, come and see them.
To the Planter
We can offer a superb assortment of HEAVY
GOO)S; such as JERSEYS. BLANKETS,
BROGANS, 4-c., with a good assortment of ma
terials for their own and Boys wear, with
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c.,
To all of which we respeetfully invite the inspection
and attention of the trading community.
BLAND & BUTLER.
Edgefield C. H., Oct 1, - tf 38
PLANTATION FOR SALE,
r IIE Subscriber offers for sale the Plantation on
which he now resides containing about
Fourteen Hundred Acres;
--ituated on the Columbia, Augusta and Edgefield
roads, in the Ridge settlement. It has on it an ele
gant two story Dwelling House, containing ten
rooms and ten closets, four of the rooms are twenty
feet square, with a Dining room 16 by 24; also an
excellent Gin House 30 by 47 fe. t, to which is ad
ded a large Cotton Room on the side, and double
There is on the Tract an excellent strong new
Corn Mill, about a mile from the Dwelling; about
500 acres are under fence, f he balance well timbered.
There are constant streams of water in every field.
Sept. 30th I56, St 38
VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY
For Sale !
T HE Subscriber ofers for sale all of his .\ill
Property on South Edisto River, consisting
of the following Tracts of Land :
The Rocky Spring Place,
Containing 4,348 Acres. Upon this place is
a fine Circular Saw Mill, in fine working order.
with a plenty of timber. Also, a new Frame and
Damn for a straight Saw.
The Toney Place,
Containing near %000 Acres. Upon this
place is a good Saw Mill with a very fine body of
timber, and several very desirable Mill seats. Also.
a fine body of land adapted to the cultivation of grain
The MlcTyer or Home Place,
Containing about 3,500 Acres. This is a de
sirable place for farming~ purposes. There are about
540 acres of good Swamp land upon the' River and
Creek, about 150 of which are cleared and well
ditehed. Also, a good dwelling and all necessary
outbuildings, a Saw Mill and Cotton Gin running
by water, line orchards, &c.
@'All of these places arc perfectly healthy.
From all of the above Mills Lumnber can be rafted
from the dams. Persons wishing to purchase can
get. ood bargains.
A pply to the subscribcr at Edgefield C. IL. or to
E. S.-Mims on the premise.
R. T.- MIMIS.
Aug 27, 1856 .- tf 33
ID The Charleston Mercury will copy weekly
until forbid, and forward account to R. T. MI.
Valuable Land for Bale,
*r HE Subscriber, desirous of moving, fiyers for
..sale his valuable Plantation, situated 19 miles
from Edgefield C. H., and within two miles oif Mt.
Willing, containing 1362 ucres.
The place will be sold the whole together, or wi'l
be divided into the following tracts to suit purcha
The Home Place,
Centaining 735 acres, upon which there is an excel
lent Hlouse with 6 rroms, all necessary outbuildings
(most of which are framed,) Gin House, Screw,
Stabk-ea. Negro Houses and all the conveniencies of
About 450 acres on this place are cleared, one
third of whieh is freshl land-the remainder is in
good heart and is well adapted to cotton and gruini.
Thme Plnee is. very healthy, pleasantly located and
very desirable to any one working from 10 to 21'
2. The Bonham Place,
Containing 440) acres, upon which therse is a com
fortabile dwelling with necessary outbuildings-abon
100 acres ot Forest land and 340 acres tleared, 50,
of which is firt and second year's land, of excellent
quality, good for corn and cotton ; also 25 acres of
low-ground ; the remainder in a fair state of culti
3. The Pine-Land Tract,
Containing 187 acres, about 18 acres cleared, the
'remainder heavily timbered and equal if not supe
rior in productiveness to any pine-land in this sec
tion-of the district.
Persons desirous of purchasing will do well to
-call soon and examine for themselves. Or for int
formation, address the subscriber at Mt. Willing,
Edgefield District. Terms of sale will he accomno
dating. J. C. S~IKlNS.
May 7, 1856. tf 17.
Land for Sale,
T HE Subeeriver *ishing to change his location
ofibre for sale his VA LUABLE PLA NTA
Three Hundred k Seventy-sevenAcres
Lying on satada River, and adjoining lands of Win.
A. Strother, A. Clark and David Payne, near
Bozeman's Ferry, and within two or three hundred
yards of the Greenville & Columbia Rail Road.
The Tract contains about one hundred acres in
original forest, whilst the rest is under fence. One
hundred and fifty is in a high state of cultivation,
of which there is from seventy-Glve to one hundred
acres of fine bottom laud equal to any and surpassed
by none in the State. This plantauien has ggd out
lets and excellent ranges for stock.
On the premises are a good Two Story Dwelling
House and all necessary plantation buildings. Also,
a Spring of never failin~g water.
gg Any person wishing to purchase will call on
the SuLsoriber who resides on the premises, and be
will take pleasure in showing them the above tract.
J. W. MAYNARD.
Nov 21 .tf 45
W ILLIAM SHSA R
HL AS just received from New York,
English veiCARPETS,of new and splendid
Eiilsh Brussels CARPETS, of new and elegant
Sperior Three-Ply, Ingrain and Venetian CA R
Rich Chenille RUGS, to match the Carpets ,
'ranted D)RUGGETTS, for Crumb Cloths ;
Prniated FLOOR CLOTHS, In patterns;
Brass 8tsia- RODS and Chenille DOOR MATS;
liall and Door MATS, in a variety of Styles.
The public a,. rspecfully invited to examine the
Augusta, Oct. 1. if 38
Brushes, rushes I
UN Stores fine variety of Paint, Varnish, Grain
U.Ing Blenders, Tanners, Whitewash, Crumb,
)ating and Hlair Brushes and Combs-Flesh
~Brashes and Hairloves--Nuil, Tooth and Shaving
-grushee, &o. For sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
-Gin Band ke Earness Leather
Fy ene quality, for sale biy L. M UTEL
A= ry r.. a U ~s.
FALL AND WINTER
Br ac st. A-u g sta, Ccea.,
R ESPECTFU' LY announce to their customers
and the publc at large, that they have re
ceived. and are sti:1 receiving by every steamer
from New York, a general assortment of -
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
Which they are certain will be found superior both in
Extent, Style and Cheapness,
To any arsortnent ever before offered in Augusta.
Amocgst. our stock can be found the rotlowing:
Extra Rich-Striped Moire Antique SILKS;
t col'd and bl'k PIu de Soie ROBES;
" " Gro. de Nupp and Pta de Suie;
a "1 Bayadere SILKS;
Bischoff's Plaid and Brocade GROS de RHIN;
" P!uin ' .
An extensive assortment of low-priced SILK, in
colicrs and black ;
Fa--cy Striped and Plaid CASHMERES and Satin
Gala PLAIDS; Wool DEL'AINES; Persian
DELAINES, Mohair Mixture;
Figured ALPACA; Black ALPACA:
Black and Colored English MERINOS;
. French "
Lupin's best Black BOMBAZINES and CHAL
French QINGHAMS and CHINTZ;
Euglibh and Americn PRINTS, of all the favor
Our Hosiery Department
Will be found to embrace every style of English and I
German Goods. Also. Raw Silk and Spun
HOSE and HALF HOSE;
Casimere, Cloth, Buck kin and Kid GLOVES,for
Ladies and Gentlemen:
Jaconet and Swiss TRIMMINGS and FLOUNC
Cambric. Swiss and Book Muslin COLLARS and
fnfant's Embroidered ROBES, Frock WAISTS,
Linen Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS;
Morning GOWNS. UNDERSIIIRTS, Mourn
ing SETTS, &c.;
Drapery MUSLINS, Colored Worsted DAM
ASKS, for Window Curtains:
French Marseilles COUNTERPANES;
Manchester and Lancaster "
1-4. 9-4~and 10-4 White Snow-drop Linen DAM
9.4 and 10-4 White Satin and Figured DAMASK;
8-4. 9-4 and 10-4 Ilrown and White Linen and
8-4, 9-4,10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Brown and White
Linen Table COVERS;
NAPKINS, DOYLIES, TOWELS, DIA
PERS. CRASH, and an excellent assortment of
fine LINENS for Gentlemen's Shirt Bosoms ;
10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Allendale, H amilton and New
York Mills Sheetings ;
English and American Long Cloths, of all the fa
Dotted and Figured Swiss Muslins;
Cheeked and Striped Jaconet, Swiss, Mull and
Nansook Muslins, Apron Checks;
Red and White Flannels;
Brown Cotton Tickings;
Superior Cassimeres, Bear Skins, for over-Coats,
Pilot and Beaver Cloths:
Sattinetts, Cashmer'-tts, Tweeds, Casinetts, Ken
tucky Jeans, &c.
Blankets, Stripes, Osnaburgs, Linseys, Kerseys,
&e., in great variety.
Cloaks, Talmas and Shawls.
This branch of our business will be found to con
tain every variety of material, both Imported and of
American manufacture, and will range in prices
from two dollars up to the most costly garment.
'To this branch we hiave this season added a large
assotment of the following beautiful styles:
Rich Velvet Tapestry, beautiful designs;
Superior Tapestry Brussels, ""
Extra Sup. Three Ply, and Ingrain Carpets:;
Stair Car-pes; Druggeis:; and an extensive assort
ment of Chenile and Velvet Rugs ;
Adelaid Mlatts, Bindings, &c.
Sept. 16th i856. tf 36
MILLER & WARREN,
Corner Opposite the Globe Hotel.
AUG USTA, GEORGIA.
H AVE just received a large stoek of Fall and
Winter D~ry Gioods, of the ite-st importation
and most faishionacble styles, co.nsistinig of
Flounced 5mbreidered Colored SI I-KS;
Rich Brocade and Plaid Colorei SIL.KS;
Figured and Moire Antique lilack SILKS;
Rich Flounced MlUSL.IN D)E L AIN. ES:
CASHM1ERES and MUSLIN DE LAINES in
great variety ;
BOMBAZINES, CHIALLIFS, ALPACAS and
French, English and A meriqpn PRINTS,
Handsome Scotchi and French G ING[HIA NIlS:
Rich French EMIBOIDERED COLLARS and
Rich Black Lace COLL ARS and SLERV ES ;
".,iconet and Swiss BAND)S and FLOUTNC.
nfnte Embhroidered W AISTS and RQ BES;
Embroidered Mc-rino CLOA KS for Infants:
-al Valenceiennes, 'Mahtese aind Thread L A CES
Reveire, Hem-stitched and Emtbroidered HDIK'S
Alexander's Kid and Silk G LOVES;
Slndid stock or Gent's "
Totether with an endless varioty if Guoods usually
found in a Dry Goods Store. We will say that we
have a large stuck, anxious to sell, and .will take
pleasure in showing them to our friends and custo
A ugusta, Oct. 8, 1856, if 39
T I1E undersigned havinig removed -
their stock of Sheet Music and
Musical Instruments to Rome, Geo.,
beg leave to return, to the citizens of South Caro
lina, their sincere thanks for the liberal patr-onage
bestowed, sud to infoirm those still in want of Pianos
that we still keep a stock of Pianuos
in Augusta, which we will sell at unprecedent
ed low rates. Those wanting Pianos, will find it
greatly to their advantage to write to us, as we war
rant to please in price-a, and quality of itnstrumcets.
Ul7 Orders ot- inquiries d dre-ssed to us at Augus
ta or Rome, Geo., will meet with lpromplt attention.
A. A. CLA RK & SON.
A ugusta Geo.,
or A.A. CLARK &SON,
June 28, if 23
BEN.JA MIN & GOODRICH, flroadl street, op
Ipositce Lamback & Cooper's, respectful an
nounce to their friends and the publie, that they are
now receiving daily a choice anid well selected
assortment of all kinds of F URNITUR E, such nia
UR EA US. 1BOOK-CASES SOFAS, CH A IRS,
TETE-A-TETES, CENTRE TABLES, BF.D
STEADS, WIN h>OW SIIA DES. &c., of the Ia
k-st and most fashionable designs, which they guaran
tee to se-ll as low as can be bought in this city, and
invite all who wish to purchase, to call and examine
- A LL WORK WARR'ANTED.
Mattresses and nll kinds of Furniture, manufne
tured and repaired to order, with neatness ad dis
path. BENJ AMIN & GOODRICH.
Augusta, A pril 23, if 15
T 111S beautiful style of Picture so popularin both
this country and Europe, can be had at
LEIGH & CHAMLS' GALLERY,
Augusta, Ga. Persona having Daguerreotypes of
teicselvea or friends cnn have thenm Photogr-aphced
from life.-size to the smallest miniature.
LEIGH & CHALMERS.
A ugusta, Sept 30, 1856. tf 38
Shingles, Boards, Laths, &c,,
T'E Subscriber is now prepared to furnish Shin
.gkg, Boards, Laths, Hewed Timber, Poscs,
Rails, &o:;pf h i bet material, which he wIll sell at
prices to stit purichascepi. j.efiions in want of such
articles will pkt-ase call on me et my 'ather's resi
dence, about four sniles East of Edgeleld, C. HI.1
S Oet. 8, 18 5 6 , 3m 39
Physiians' Buggy Trunks and Pocket
EDICNE CASES-for sale by
ND SURGICAL INFIRMARY FOR*NEGREOS),
HE Undersigned would respectfully ei the attention of Planters and Slave-owners generally
to their very completeand txtensive Establirlhnient in Auut Ga., for the accommodation
t NEGROES requiring SURGICAL OPERATIONS or TREATAIENT IN CHRONIC
The Building is situaled corner of Jaekson and Fenwick Streets, between the Georgia and
he Savannah Rai Road Depots; and in sight of both. It is therefore convenient for the recep
ion of patients from a distance. In its construction, throughout the entire plan, was kept in
iew the special purpose to which it is applied; being "furnished with everything which can
omduce to the CO5FORT OF THE SICK. It is supplied with hot and cold baths and shower
aths-and has water-closets in each story to avoid fatigue and exposure to the patients. It is
so we!l ventilated and lighted with gas. With the constant attendance of experienced male
id female nurses, tae patient wiH be saved much of the sutlering which too often is the result
it unavoidable neglect in the treatment of NEGROES in ordinary private practice.
TERMS-For Board, Lodging and Nursing, per month, $10. For all NECESSARY Medical
ttendanc, Surgical Operations, &c., the same as in ordinary city practice.
H. F. CAMPBELL, Surgeon,
R. CAMPBELL, Attending Physician.
Augusta, Jan 30, 1856. 3
FOREMAN'S IRON PLOW STOCK!
A T rHE Tf ME for sowing Wheat is near at hand, and FORENMANIS IRON
PLOW STOCK is the BEST IMPLEMENT for putting in small Grain, I
ill offer themn from this date at Four Dollars and Fifty Cents.
S. F. GOODE.
Edgefield, October 20, 1856. if 41
H ~ . -~~ - --
4rtit ~ 16 & ! OHN A. MAYS, POPRI ETOIS
mu E Pulii are respectfully in
99 9gon formned that thi Ioteldhas uder
Angsata, Ga., refitted in the BEST STYL.E. regard
AEjutreceived their N EW $TOCK( of IessOf expense, and was opened on the First of Oeto
FA LL A ND W INT ER G OODS, ber, for the reeption of Boarders and nuecomudation
na would call the attention of their friends andt the or Ti'hnsient customers.
ublic to the assortment. 'Their Stock is 'VER Y The best accomnmodation. is guaranticd to those
A RGE nn comprises all the best makes and - who will favor the Proprietor with their patronage.
styles of Goods and the latest nove'ties of the sea- and the Mlanagement will be such as to command
on; and as they are determtined not to be for the Hlouse, the reputAtion it has always main
[ndersold by any Ilouse in the State, and tained, its the Best Hotel ina Hambaarw.
will guarantee their prices to be asj The Proprietor assures the pt~hlie that no pains
S shall hie spatred on tihe part of the Manneement to
9% T E 1 99 75 furis th thte Table with the best iands the Markets of
hey feel assured that an ex:trmination of their Augusta andl lamburg niyohrd.
oods will ensure a continuation of the liberal pn- Families visiting our Town are solicitedi to give us
ronage they have hitherto received. They would a eall, as our be.<t exertions shall he devoted to ad.
nvite attention to the following :- mtiister to their entire comfort
Ladies' DR ESS GOODS; A ttached to the Hotel, is a fine LIVER.Y and
Black andi Fncey Dress SILKS; SA L E STAB LE, ke~pt by C. DANI.s & J1. B.
French atnd Etiglish MERINOS; C~snuco, which is wvell fitted up an~d has all kitnds of
Scoteht, Frencht and A mericnn GINO 11 MS;. Preavender that this-Alarket enin possibly afford, and
English, French and A met ienn PRINTS; thei.y pledge themiselves to take as good care of Stuck
EMBROID ERIES, all kinds ; as any thler Stable, or nio pay
iDress TRIMMINGS. splendid variety ; They are preparedl to neemonmodiate Drovers Stoc.k.
HOSIERY, nt very large as:,rtmnent ;and Transient itbrses at all time?, and have H orses
GL OVES, 'of every decser:p~tion ; and B uieles to hire, and wvill run one (Jr more lineks,
Irish L INENS; Iwhenever called foar on reatsonatbV terms.
Table LINENS and DIAPERS; :N. 8.-They have an eminent Horse Farnier
NAPKINS. DOYLI.AS'und TOW ELS; .who proposus tot cure all curit'le diseases of the
SHEETINGS ntnd Pillow LINENS; | lotse, (contagious disenses excaepted.) or no pay.
Ilenebied antd Itraiwn SHIR TJNGS; and will be responsible thtat horses under hts treat
PANTS STUPPS, Tweeds, Catsimners and mnent shtall be well-eared fo~r antd 'seanted according
lO TIS l lr launhurg, A lpril 23 l.%6. 6im 15
Re~d BLANKETS; " HUZZA FRBUCHANAN '
FLAINNELS. ited, white, Welsh, &e: FO
CASSJMER ES and PLAIDS, fur chtildren :Look Here EverybOd.I.
ilouse Servatnts' GOODS; .t I Eu Subcrbers nrc just revlving fromt Phtilit
lainek Alonens~l. Hiamblazitnes. Dlimities. Quilts ; depi n e ek h IOTSLN
FUR FR ING ES ; SIIAW LS,u\l k ;ds, ke. Ldi)l assrmnd Neof k h OT iL
large assortment Ner BlnntsL, Kerseys, Lin- ? T
seys, Stripes, Plaids and Osnaburga- H IA TS, CA PS, BOOTS & SHOES,
AugusaSt~tl ~ .fCarpet Bags, Trunks & Umbrellas,
Disso1ltion of C0partnerShip, Ever oilt-red in this market.
1111IE copiartnershtip heretofore existintg b..tween Also, a supetfine, latrge and well scheled lot of
.the undersigned, under the firm of TiAYERt Ready Made Clothing,
Bu-rr, was, by mutual cotentt, dissolived the 1st
tst. Eithter party will use the inme~ of te Iirmt Of thte Lutetst Style anid B st MYate
linidation. lIENi lY B. TII A YR, rmN.
-.101 IN D. IIlT, G(etlemen, enll and examnine for yourselves. W e
JOS H UJA W. BUITT. will noutebtarge for loukinig. But wvill be certain to,
Augusta, A ugust 25, 1856. Isell you goods if low prices anti t-uperior Goods ar-e
-- -ane inducemnts.
COPARTNERSHIP. SIMON & KROUCTI.
The undersigned have this (liy formed a partner- .Hat.burtr. Set 2.1 IP . tf 38
hip, for the purpose of continuing the husness el tIt esiooutgh C'irolina,
niAvsa & Koarrrat their old st:omd. 28~2 Broad street, * E 4lL DS RIT
inder the firm of BUTT-r KxNIGttT & Co. Thse firtn EHItOR DIARIC.'
date from 1st itnst.; and respectfully solicit a cou- Y W. F. I ORDE EIrY.Odnryo de
inune of the paitrons of the o14d fi~nn-.il itit
J~lN D H TT,.. Whereas, Patrick Flantigan has appliedl to me for
J1AM1ES L. KNIGIfl', Letters of Admitti,.iation, on all andl singular the
.108SUA.. W. 1LUTT. gidis aonI cltanteas, rights andi c~redits of Wx'. 3Ic
Augusta, A ugust 25, 1856 1vty, htte of the District afureis:.i:d, derceasetd.
''Tese are, therefore, to cIte antd admomitr all arnd
The~ undersigned, in rei-ing frotm thei G ROCE- sinftrtekmdrdndc wr ofr texsai deceas
Y1UINE cieerfll precommendso his snces- Court for thie said Disriet, to he holden at Edgelield
ors to the cofd naditrneo his former C. H., tin the 20th daty of November intst., to show
ustomers. IIEN RtY B. TILA Y ER. cause, if ay, why the said admmnistration should ntot
Augusta. August 25, 18.56. lie grantted.
SSept. 30, 185, 3m 38 Given untder my htand and seal, thits fifth day of No
___________________ ______ --vetmber in the year of our Lord one thtonaand eight
Gins for Sale, htundred antd fifty-sis, and in the-81styear of American
fR. DURISOE, at Eduefield C. II., is my htdpnec. W. F. DURISOE, 0. E. D
Je authorized Agent for the sale of mty Super- Nov. 5 21. 44
or G URVE BR EAST COTTON GINS. Perstons (*o thC r R .
ishing to purchase these Gins will-please call 'an $tat or ~o uti ,,uli
im, who will lurnish you with my prices, exhtibit EDG EFIE LD DIST RIC'.
mertifates from reliable gentlemen, &c. FDIN OEREINARY.dnr o de
I will repair, with gretat promptness and despatch,~ W Fsra. t SE surOdnryo.de
arved Breast Gins, at my Factory.nat Hell-Air, ~ fieldeastCritrBretht le om
ard toen m hi s.ov Aguota. hAlurhG fr for Letters of Administraiam, on all and singular te
arded Ite imr.eChateHmly ,l bug il e od and prieyh. lattles, rights aed credits of Artimesia
mt o m imedatly ndforthwith properl re unetlt of the District aforesaid, deceased.
tsired antd returned. Freight on thte Rail Road for These are, therefore, to cile and admtonish all and
ins from Augusta to Bel- Air, $l1,25. singular, the kindred and creditors of said decease,,
TilOS. WYNN. to be amid appear before me, at our next Ordinarys
BelA ir Oct 11, 1856. tf 40 Court for thu said District to be htolden at Egefil
- r,, . C. H. on the 24th day of November mnst, to show cause,
Ntirsing Bottles, if anty, why the said Administraitioa should not be
NEW and improred Style.-Also, Nippl'e Given under my hand and seal, this 11th da of
3.Glasses, Breast Pipes and Pumps, Nipple November, In the year of our Lord one thtonsand eight
hields, Teething Rings, &o. For sale by htundred and fifty-six and ini the EIghth-first year of
A. G. & T. .J. TE AGUE, Druggists. American Independence. F UIOO .D
SMay 23 tr 19 44F UR S B 0 .D
'November 12 2t - 4
Estray Notice. Lde n issCok ams
OLLED befoire me as an Erstray by Dr. Tho. Lde n lssOok am i
Lake, livmng fotur or five miles South of Cam- 1UST received by E. PENS, Agent, a large
rIdg, ou the Martintown Rond, one. DARK tFassirtmnent of Ladies and Misses Clnake and
~R VN MA RE MULE. appraised at One h~un. Talmas, of time vety latest styles and patterns.
ired dtllaru. Said mtule is of medium size, of good Oct 1 tf 3
ild, in 'good order r-ome marks of sa:ar, mane 'a5t! Salt!
d tail lately ashorn. wilhout shoes, and spposed SAT us riedamlftrsl
, e.. ...e o .. .-u. b K y AL.utariel n orsl
DRUGS, MIEDICINES &c, ]
D RS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, respect
fully inform their filiieds amt pan trons that
hey have just received their FRIESH Stock of
Purme and Genuinc Drugs, &c.
A nd will bi pl -asei to Walt upon all who may favor
iheimi with their patronae.
Space will not allow us to give a Catalogue in th's
place of our Stuck of Drues. Medicines, &e. Suf
fiee it to say, we have the F U L r LE ST and
MOST COMPLETE Stock ever
offered in this place.
Edgefield C. HI., Nlay 23 tit 19
,Village Property for Sale,
T11 1E subseribver otyers for sale his HOUSE
A ND LOT, situated in Edigefield Village,
immediieh. West of the Planter's Iiodel. Said
Lot contains near FIVE acres of Land, and extends
from the Public Square to Bever Dam
iJ- It will be disposed of on reasonable terms
Possession given on short nolice.
r With) anl expe-nditure (of two or three htun
dred dollars it could ie made one (of the most land
some places in the Village. For further pat titlars
call on the undersigned.
April 30, 1856. if 16
I E have a large Stock of Negro Goods consis
V ting of' Kerseys. Georgia Plairs and Linseys.
together with heavy N EGRO BLANKETS, supe
rior to any we have ev, r had. anrd we promise to give
any one who may tall upon us, every inducement in
the way of price and quality to buy of us.
MILLER & WARREN.
Opposite Globe Hotel, Augusta Ga.
Oct. 8, if 39
EDGEFI ELD C. 11., S.C.
r P11 E Subscribers
Scontinue to build
to order, and of the
BEST M AT ERIA L that can he procured,
Carriages, Buggies, kec.,
OF EvaRY STYLE AD DEsctPrrion. They alsokeep
constantly on hand a fine and varied assortment of
New aid Seconid-Homnd Carriages!
WREPAIRING neatly and promptly attend
Thankful for pffst patronage, they hope by giving
due attention to their business and the interests of
their customers, to continue to receive a liberal share
of pub'ic favor. C. McGREGOR,
F. L. SiTfIL.
Mar28 tr 11
FOR THE L ADIES!
WVE have on hand a great variety of Colognes,
W land kerchief Extracts, Toilet Powders and
an assortment of Fancy and Toilet Soaps;
Pomades. Pure Bears Oil, Hair Tonics, Restora
tive% and Hair Ilye;
Pt eston Salts and Aromatic Vinegar;
Cream of lBeauty, Carnation Rouge, Uair De
pilatory. &e., to all of whieh the attention of the
Ladies is respectfilly invited. For sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEA G UE, Druggists.
May 23 tf_ __ 19
, LL Ptrsons concerned will take notice that I
Xhave appointed Dr. James A. Devore and
Robert Atkins my A gents and Attorneys to repre
bent me in the collection of the debts due to the
Estate of John Doby, dee'd.. and in altl other duties
devolving upon mae as administrator of said d-ceased
.MATILDA DOBIY, Adm'or.
A LL Persons ind, bted to the Estate of Jesst'
Jennings, de'e'd., are. requested to settle up
at an early date, and those having demands against
sid Estate are hereby notitied to present them
duly proved, to the Subscriber, on or before the
fist Monday of December next, as I intemnd about
that time to nmake a final setth meat on said Estate.
.JOllN J. JENNINGS, Adm'or.
Se 3m 34
L TL those indebted to thme Estate of J. E. Free.
Cl nman will please come fwrward and pay ul.
immediately ; and these having demands against thte
Estate will present thema properly attested.
J1. IL JENNINGS, Ad'rs.
J. W. FREE.\AN,
Fe b 4.,____
. LLperonsindebted to thte Estate ofWiia
i D. hurmod de'd., tire requested to make
pamettote umelers:gnmedl. And those heavineg
demandse against the same will present them accord
ing to law.
PL.EASA NT D. TilURM~OND, Adm'r.
IA pril 30. 185i6 tf I fi
A LL Persons having demnands against the Estate
M.of Wmn. II. A dams, dee'd., are hereby notified
to present the same, properly attteste.', for payment,
and those whto are.inde!,ted to the Estate, are re-I
quested to nmake payment to P~N d&
n 24 tr 2
LL Person. inidebted to the Estate of Col. Rl.
2. 1.louknihght, dee'd., are earnestly requmestedl
Ito ma:ke' immaediatle ptyoomnt. All persons lhaving
d;emds against the esgte, will present them pro.
JOlIN TTIIET, a'r
Dee 19 ly _49
LI, persons hatvinig any denmnds against the
Aestate of Nancy ilatemanm, aire hereby tnoti
lied to p.resent their ehaims duly attested, oen cor be
fore the 25th dayv of lI)cemober, andui all those int
debt. d ate requested to py' tup torthiwith.
\V MlliLER, Adm'or.
Jtuly 26, 1856. f28
PPLICATION will be mtade at mthe next ses
J. sic-mt if the Legisla.ture. to discontinue as nm
pulie highway the A bhieville R. ad from dlohnu
Ce:tam's, r unning puara'lel with the Plank Rload
to Edeetield Court llouse.
A ug 27 . 3m 33
4 PPLICATlION will be madte at the next Ses
Lsin of the Legis~ature' fur a renewal of the
Charter of the Pathtnetto Fire .~Engine-Conmpaney.
A ug 24 3.m 34
A PPLICA TION wille made :t thte nextssin
of the Legisltature for a Chtartir for a new
toad leadimnz fr<.m I laniel Roitnntree's, to intersect
the Augusta Rotnd at or nietr 1ar. .J. 11. .Jennings.
A ug 20 3m2 33
A PIATION will beinade at thte next sessiont
of the Lgegsinture for a Charter of incorpo
ration of Ridge Spring Baptist Church.
A ug 27 3m 33 .
A PPLICATION wilt be made at the next ses
sion of the Legislature for an amendtment of
the Charter of the Hlamburg & Edgefield Plank
Road Compa nyy. 3
VEGETABLE LIVER MEDICINES,
A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL REMEDY
For all kinds of Liver diseases, anid all dis
eases and itndispositions that originate
from a diseased state or inactivity
of the .Liver-suich as chronic
and acute inflammation of the
Liver, dyspepsia, sick head
ache, sourness of stomach,
loss of appetIte, cholie,
costiveness, &c., &e.
100 Pack ages just received and for sale by
G. L. PENN, Agent.
July 1 tf 25
T HE STORE HOUSE, next East of R. H. Sul
livan's, 30 feet .front and 60 deep, containing
three rooms below, one above, and a good cellar.
TlE TAN YARD and Lot adjoining, and con
taining about three acres.
ONE LOT on the branch adjoining C. L. Refo.
R- T. MIMS.
H. L CUNNINGHAl f&C0'
ROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS'
AND DEALERS -1T ' ,
OREIGN WINES AND LIQUORS,
'TAMBURG, S: 0.
E take this opportunity ofreturning- thanks".
to our patrons ndfriends for the very liberal
leouragement and favors we have .received for
veralsyears past, and respectfully solicit a continu
ice of the same. Our highest aims, nd best in
mavors will be to merit and deserve'the patronage
'our old customers, friends and-the publie gene
fly, by conducting our business as we'have done
!retofore, and increasing our reputation for,
Low Prices and Fair Dealing,
nd making it to the decided advantage of all who
vor us with their trade.
The increased patronage we have -received and
e continually receiving has induced us to BUY
LARGE and WELL ASSORTED
tock of Goods, in order to meet the growing de
iands and increase of trade.
THE SUPERIOR .QUALITY
f all Goods offiered to the Public at this establish
ient, is so well known that very little need be said
pon this subject. But with the unity of LOWa
'I ICES, and the very best quality of "OODS,
i the system of business the subscribers arme. deter.
lined to carry out. This will be made -applicable
every branch of their business.
Our Goods in all instances will be what they are
epresented to be-and when sold by sample, bshill
lways be in conformity with the sample.
We are constantly receiving and have in Store A
:0.MPLETE ASSORT.\ENT of
,OAF, CRUSIIED, CLARIFIED, ST.' CROIX
AND ORLEANS SUGARS,
ORLEANS SYRUP& CUBA MOLASSES,
'ENNEdSEE AND 13ALT131ORE BACON
SODA. STARCH, SOAP,
VIlITE WINE AND APPLE VINEGARS, &c.
A large assortmeit of
WINES AND LIQUORS
ionsiating of Pipes, 1lntf Pipes and Quarter Casks of
)f the following celebrated Brands and Vintages
Otard, Dupy & Co., 1838, 1844, 1847.
Alex. Signett, 1852,1855.
Martel & Co., 1847.
Azarat Signett, 1849.
J. J. lI upy, 1848.
P. Signett, 1850.
)LD BORDEAUX, CHAMPAGNE BRANDIES
MADEIRA, PORT AN1) SHERRY WINES,
JTAMAICA AND ST. CROIX RUMS,
GIBSON'S EAGLE WHI[SKEY.AND
Donnestic Liquors of all kinds?
rhe Arrangements of our Store are such as to
nake this Establishment in fact the substitute of
lie cellai of every consumer.
HOTELS and persons wanting small asorted
ots of Choice Wines and Liquors for special occa
ions, can be supplied at the shortest notice.
COUNTRY TRADE supplied at the wholesale
FAMILIES can command the beMt Table Wines
it very low prices, as also the cheapest -sorts of
Wines and Liquors for culinary purposes.
PHYSICIANS requiring tine Liquors for medi
!al purposes are partietlarly solicited to call and ex
imine our Stock.
We keep constantly on hand a
gales, Whips Saddle -
Blainkets, Bed . Blaniets,
several Cases of fine Sewved and
Pegged Boots and Shoes, .Ladies.
Misses atnd Chitdren's Shods, .Water
pr.-of Iunting and:Dircher'- ebttr,-Boyvund- -
Mcen's Drog;.ms from No'lto.I5, also,'Far,
Wool and Silk liats, Cloth. Plush and
Fnney Caps, Osnaburgs, Sheet
in~gs, Shirtings, Stripes Geor.
gia Plains, Gunny and
We. solicit C A Si O Ri)E RS from parties not
visiting our Towvn, and will endeavor ini all. instan
ees to satisfy in every particular, all who confied
heir orders to us..
P'ersons visiting th's Mtarket ate enrnestly solicited
to give us a 0:all before they manke their purchases.
We are deutermined to make it to their advantntge
by selling thtemt their supplies LOWER thain they
es:p bnyt themi elsewhere.
SI'J We will give the xmarket prices for Cotton,
mnd every other kind oif produce ofered.
- - II. L. CUINNINGIIA M,
G. C. CU.NNINGilAM.
llammhurg Mlay 28 1856 tim 20
r11 Und~ersi~tned have formed a Co-partner
Iship in business. under the firm of SIBLEY
& USIlIFR, at the old amid well- kr~own stand of
Sm.aY & Sox.Coriner of .\arket and Centre Strects,
llambiurg, fojr the transationi of a general
Grocery, Provision & Cotton Business,
Where we intend to keep constanily on hand .a full ,
"pl'Py of Goda, nnd will sell as LOW for CASH
as any other hiuse. -
O'ur $tock conrists in p::r~t of the following:
Clar~lieJl. Crushed. Powdered; St. Croix, Porto
1tieci anid New Orleanis SUG A R;
New Oril.:ms and West Indip MO0LASSES;
.Javna no liio COFFEE ;
Irish POTATOES for p'lantinig;
BACON, LARD and BUTTER.
Bagging, Rope and Twine,
Shoe and Sole Leather,
- Mackerel, Kitts and Biarrels,
Blankets. Negro Cloths, Osnaburgs,
Saddles amid Bridles, Wooden Ware,
Pepper and Spice, Fresh Rice. Saek and
Table Salt, Tea of v:'rious kinds, Indigo,
Window Glass, l.amp, Linsacd and Train Oil,
Paints, Powder, Rifle and $lasting, Shot and
Lead, a good :assortmient or Chaiirse, Rock
ziways, Oflice, Arm and .Children's
Bedsteads, Sofas, Feathers.
Mexicnn and Pe~ruvian Guano, Kittlewell's Salts,
Limieand Plaster, tront, Gernmn and Cast steel
Rails, assorted. &c.. &o
JOSIA11 SIlBLEY JOHN USHER Sa.
IHnmburg, Jan 23, I856. ly 2
97agons and Iron Plow Stocks.
L IIAV E secured the services of a FIRST R ATE
IIEELWRIGIIT, and propose to iuild
Large and Smnall Wagons
o order, and to do all kinds of REPAiRING in the
Wagon 1$usiness at the sh-ortest notice.
am still manufnieturitig out of the best materik1,
THE IRON PLOW STOCK,'
Foreman's Patent,) and of'er them to the Planters
if Edgefleld District at $5,50 per Stock.
All orders for Plows will be promptly -attended
o. S. F. GOOE E.
Edgefield C. 11., Feb 27 tf 7
Shoes and Boots.
TJUST opened by E. PENN, Agent, a lgrge
PStock of Boots and Shoes of every 'style and
uality, which will be sold on accommodating terms.
Octi1 if 38
Dl URING my absence from the State, CICERO
1A DAMS, Esq., is my duly authorised Agent
ir the prosecution of my unfinished business In
and and Pension Claims.
Sept3, 3m - 34
L TL persons to whom the'estate of John L. Mor
ris, deceased, is Indebted, will present their
laims ; and all person. indebted to the said Estate
i make payments to the unidersigned.
W. L. ANDERSON,-Admin str itor.
Nov.21, 1855 if 45 -
Adaninistrator's Notice. -
( LL persons indebted to the Estate of Leyi
-Newby, dee'd.,are hereby partieu'arly requ.
ed to settle'the same as early'as practienble, as long
r indulgence cnnot be given. Those havingalmuina
igainsy snid:Estate, are notified to readershm i
roperly attestedj at en eary ate.
e ai.w -
BOOTS AND SHOES, 5
Brc3aacI OBt., A-uugmusta Gra.
. F.SPICT IILL.Y announce to the citizensof
l.E.1gefield and the adjoining Districts that they F
aie just received their Fall and Winter Stock,
0.000 Pairs Ien's Plantation IJROGANS, assort
2.000 pairs Bys " " ass. qualities *l
3,0011 pairs Slen's Kip " do.
1,110 4 " Calf Peged " do. :11
500 " " Grained and Buff Btogan-s, as
3,000 pairs Women's Leather Dootees, pegged, as
sorted qualities ; S
000 pairs Women's low pried Sewed Bootees,
500 pairs Misses' fine Morocco Bootees, assorted i
500 pairs Alisses' fine Calf and Goat Pegged
Bootees, assorted qualities ;
500 pair's Boys' Kip Brogans, assarted qualities
600 " " and Youth Calf Brogans, assort
500 pairs Youth's Kip and grained Brogans, as
sorted qualities. C
"ent's, LAdics. Al'i. Youthl's and Children's u
ROOTS and S10ES, of ALL STYLES AND QUAL- .
TIES, received and for sale low by the dozen or
ase. CLARKE & ROYAL.
A ugusta, Sept 22 tf 37 t
New Fall Goods,
AS received from New York lia Fall and iWin
ter supplies of Staple and Fency DRY GOODS,
comprising a complete assortment, among which are
Rich Fancy Dress Silks, of new and splendid styles;
l'ars Printed Delaines, of new and beautiful styles;
Fancy Plaid Merinos, for Ladies' Dresses, at very
Lupin's Plain Freneh Merinos, of the most desirable
eoLupin's Plain White, Black and High Colored Me
rinois, of extra quality;
Superior Plain and Fgured Black Silkg;
Superior Black Silks. for Ladies' Mourning Dresses;
English and American Prints, of new and beautiful
Lupin's Plain Black Mousselaine Delaines and
Lupin's Black Bomhazines and Black Alpacas, of
the best quality:
Real Welsh Flannels. warranted not to shrink;
Superior Saxony and Patent Flannels;
Heavy Shaker, Silk Watp and Welsh Gauze Flan
Colored Flannels, for ladies' Sacks;
Heavy Twilled and Plain Red Flannels, for Ser
Superior 4-4 Irish Linens and Long Lawns;
Scotch Diapers and Heavy luckabacks,for Towel
Superior 8-4 and 10-4 Table and Damask Diapers;
Superior Damask Table Cloths and Damask Nap
Superior Pillow Case Linens and 12-4 Linen Sheet
Marseilles Quilts, of extra size and quality;
Allendale and Laneaster Quilts, at very low prices;
French Piano and Tahle Covers;
A complete asslertment of Fancy Ribbons, for
Trimming Ladies' Dresses;
Ladies Rich Fancy Neck and Bonnet Ribbons;
Ladies' Silk Elastic Belts and Belt Ribbons :
Plain Wide and Narrow Black Silk Velvet Ri bons;
Wide Black Silk Velvet, of extra quality, La- .
Ladies' Cashmere, Merino and Silk Vests, of extra
Alexander's Ladies' Kid Gloves, u complete assort
A large supply of Ladies', Misses, Children's, Gen
tlemen's and Youth's Hosiery ;
Black Silk Frnges. for Trimming Ladies' Dresses;
Valenciennes and Thread Lace Edgings and Insert
Ladies' Embroidered and Hem-Stitched Linen Cam
Ladies' Embroidered Muslin Collars and Under
Itifius' Embroidered Waists, and Muslin Bands ;
Swiss and Jackonet Muslin Edgtnags and Inasertings ;
Ladies' Corded Skirt., and French Corsets;
'12-4 Blenached Allendiale andt Hamilton Sheetings;
Water Tnist and New York 31illa 4-4 Bleeched
Leatsdtale andl Manchtester 4-4 Bleeched Shirtings;
English and Atmerican Swansdown Flannels ;
Lad ' Ptain Black Thibes WooJ shawli, witha Silk
Fring and extrat size and quality;
Laies' French -and Scotch Long and Square ShawLs
of beautifnl styles;
Ladies' Chtenille and Broche Scarfs ;
A complete assortment of articles for Servants'
With a great variety of other articles satitale for
the'presen: season. The public are respectfully re
quested to call and exarnine the asriment.
Augusta, Oct . ' tf 3
LYOFFATT'S LIFE PILLS
FR1EE FilOM AL.L MINERAL P0OIS0KS.
TIlE great popqularity "hich NIoFFA.- LIFE IPIL.I..
and IllttEN IX ITTEItS lhae tunitned in consoluen-tce
of the extruerdinry cures e-ft-eetb ttheir :se.reaera It
nntntece-5-ry tfer the 1.roperiaer lea enater in-n a particentar
nta-,vsis oft theidr at' eieinnil virtue's ar liroe 'rtile.. luinI:
eetn'uw're t hatn twentty g enrs the-nreb- 6heluie. ene havitng
te uneite. ti-eim nIy t ot' re thcanTiI it EE 1 .1i Nit) eet
peens whto tave lbeen re-stredt toe the -ejoy enae~et ofr pe-r
h- ee -eawtlh tey thlemee It is. te-leve i-thtat theijr repuiitetiont us
te Ilest Vegetalilc Mledtitue tnow tw't~r- the public,
admuits ot tno dispute. 'In nlttmost every c-tiit d niling~e in,
the t'niteet states, thetge : re man~ey ' hee are re-ndy to te-sily
tee the-ir enle~ieny int reneecinbg dt:-ee;-e. ntod gIitng i.to the
wle. systi-em renewed' viger aulmihe-alth.
Int enses aof Sei)F UL.\. UI.EliS. SCUlIVY or EltUP'
TI5 ofS etthe skitn, Ithe aeratiien ef the LIF E .\1 E1CINE-S
Is truly netonishtintg, ollent r-eevint it: n tew-.i ev~e nr3
vestige aef ttese laeathesoen dtiscuses, b thaeir putrifling
effects oen the- blend. FEVElI and AOGU F. lY$s'Ete91A,
)IW0PSY. PILE-S. ott-i in short mtist nll adisteastes. soone
vi-ld tee their euerative propeerties~. Noj familuy sh utl te
iteout themni na by their timely use tmuchl aufferintg atnd
expense may be saved. . OFT 1 . e
Prtepured tey WILLIAM1B IFA, 1 . e
York, and foer sate by T UTT & P'Et.LETIElt. Sol genu,.
1anbur, S. C. I
Auegust 6; * ly -
STATE OF SOUTil CA ROLINA,
Sanuel S. lot-n and others, A pplie-nnis'
A bslutm lotn and othel-s, D ufendatnts. )
IT Iappearine to mty satisfntetion that MI iehtael Ihorn,
-iParmiela, wife tof William Galloway, andi James
lotn, I )etfedants, reiside wsithtout th's State, it is~
threore otrdeted, that they do appear and atlject to
th division e'r sale of the i-aal esate- of Elija Hlorn,
-er. Ut ceasted, aon or beforte the- ninth dab- of D~e
eemab't tne-xt, or thiir coteent to the samne wsill be
entered of recared.
W. F. DURlISOE, OE D
Sept. 15th 1856, . 12w 36
STATE OF" SOUT H CAROLINA,
EDG)EFIE LD DISTRICT,
IN CHIANCE TY,
Franceis O'Connor, A dma'r.}
of Zilphi~a Nobles, dee'd.
NTOTICE is he-reby given to thec litneal deseen
dants of Zilpha Nobles, deeal., late of Ede-]
field District S. C., or their legal representatives, to
cote forward and establi-h thteir claimts to a fond
now in the charge and keepinig of the Commnissioner
in Equity for staid District utnder an order of the
Thte first Monday in May 1857 is the limited time
within which any such eclaim must be sutbstantiated,
as immediately thereafter the fund is to be paid out
to the parties then known to be exislant acc.ordintg
to their respective rights in the same.
A. SLIKINS, C.E ..
A ugust 13 1m9 31 a
State of' South Caro~ina,
Elizabeth Corley, A pplicant
W. C. Corhey,
L. B. Corhey,I
Jesse Stone, aind wife
Mary, aind others,
It appearing to my satisfactiona thtat L. B. Cot-Icy,
one of the- defendants, rusida s wvilout this State,
it is therefore ardered, that hte appear and object to -
the division or stile of the rkal estate of A dkin Cor- -
l-y, on or before thte 10th fay of November next,or
his contsentt to the same well be entered of record.
W. F. DURISOE, o.z o.
August 18, 1856 3m 32
LL persons to'whom the Estate of JTames't
Weathersby, deceased, is indebted will pro
ent their claims, and all persons indebted to the a
sid Estate, wil make mt to the ad d
W. 18.11Aa '5