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J, 11 NEWBY & GO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
SPLENDID READY MAD]
UNDER THE UNITED STATES HOTEI
W E are now receiving at our old Stand undi
the United States Hotel, our supplies 4
FINE READY MADE CLOTHING,
Well adapted to the Fall and Winter season, an
which we feel assured will please our patrons an
friends. Our inini-nse Stock consists in part of
CLOTH, BEAVER, SEAL SKIN, BLANKET AND FLUSHIN
Fine Black, Blue and Olive
DRESS AND FROCK COATS,.
Of all Descriptions and Colors.
0A.SZIMM1%X'E E E 3. ''XYX Mr
Coats, Pants and Vests to mateh.
Fine black Cassinere Pants,
Plaid, rlain, Striped, and other Style of Fano:
Silk, Merino, Wool, Velvet, Satin Barathea, an
other styles of the latest and most fashionable
T m a ;.
Together with EVERY STYLE of Goods fo
We keep always on hanid a very large Stock of fin
Shirts, Drawers, Suspenders, Gloves, Nec
Ties, Stocks, Collars, Half-Hoes,
TRAVELLING SIHAWL'', ROBES DE
CHAMREIu. &c. &c.
All of which will be sold at the lowest arke
prices. Call mad take a Look.
TAIL ORIN G!
Also a heavy Stock of fine CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES. VESTiNGS, &c., to which we invite th
attention of every body. These goods will be mad
up to order at the shortest notice, and in a satisfac
Aucusta. Sept _ tf 33
CHEAP CASH STORE
GRAY & TURLEY,
HTAVING thoroualily removed to their NEV
- 'STORE, uinder time U. S. Hotel
are.now riceiving a full and complete assortment c
rich and elegant
D RY G O ODS,
Which having been purchiased fur CASII, undli
the-depressed statte of the monetary aifairs of tht
North, enables them to ofi'er facilities to close pur
chasers ratrely to be met with. MA reha::ts, l'lant
ters, and the Ladies particulairly, would consul
their interest by an examination ofl our stoek :m
prices. IJ~nving a resident perchaser at the North
we are in the continual receipt of ".JO08 LOTS'
from auction, at unprecedented low prices.
Among our assortment will be found the riche.s
and newest DRFESS GOODS of the seasont-suei
as Rich and Elegant C'~dored and B!ack 61LKS(
ranging from 87h eents to $5 per yard. 'omniting t<
specify all the manufactured " jaw breaking'" names
used ont such occasions.)
Fine all Wool lusln D EL AlI . plain and fi,'d
Cheap Mdusiin DeLtis in grea;t vatriety
Lupin's best black Alpacents and lioubaz'ues.
Trhe very best quality : diz. USN ABUCR GS:
11eaivy all Wool Filling Geor;;ia PLAINS an'
- Ieavy ch~eap Satnets: tll Woo!d I'!:id Linseys;
]Blue Stip'e and Piaid Tlomespuns;
lBro. Ilomtespun and .Janes;
Fine Bed Blankets, very cheap.
Fine English Tapestry Velvet ;
*~ II Bruss~elsi
Superior Three-ply, fine Intgrain andi a'l Wioo
Carpe'ing-(not having roomn in (.ur new store tt
keepi Carpeting, we will sell thzemt at cost and char
1,000 Swiss and .lackottet antds, from 25 ets t<n
$1, worth fully doutble that am tunt.
5,0001 Swiss and J:tekonet Collars, from 25 to 5(
cents, worth $. I
1001 fine Freneh worked Collars, $2,50 to $3,50,
worth $5 to $6.
Swi,s and Jackonet Edgings and Intert'ntg, it
Embroidere'd aind Hlemstit ched I Iandkerchiefs
excedingly cheap. ,
51, fine Embroidered Setts, $2 to $5, exceeding!:
In the same departmnt will be found the mos
co:nplete asuortment of
that ha~s ever been in "tic I luse in A ugustat, frou
-thte lowest price to th~e finest quality, tor Ladles
Gents, Misses arnd Youths, of every descripition.
Ten caeln 3 vard wide Sh eeting, at 31 cents
worth in the .lobbing I louses ini New York iron
35 to 401 cents.
Five bales line S.ea Ilanmd Honmespuns. Gie.
Tvn cases tine Galhico, warranted Inst colors or the
money returned. for 6i cents, worth 10 to 126ets
The best and cheapest Linteus that have ever be
kniown to.,ell int Augustat. under atny circumistaner S
are now on our shelves, atnd only1 requtire ant exam,
ination to <onvinc the miest Sastidious of the grear
i'aving~. in purchasintg Lit,'n Goo',ds fromt us. Sln
did fronting L.inien fur 37 eent-. timt h's niee
liern kn.,wn to seli in A\ue-uta for less than t(2 t<
fTe most sup'rh Linen Dam:tmk ev'r brmigh~t
this mairket at va-tly redlored ira;--. Sp'hend'id Tnur
kishm Towels for the bathI rooum .. h-4lon, only 12
.etst, wot 37 eents.
l'asia and Iluckaback Di:pers, in great variety
yive iunidred 1'2-d squret~r
For 1 ,.50, wo.rth :1 tin.- French Narseilles (.uilt,
large sie 53,50 to S5, we~rth tromt $d to $l10.
A very large al varie.l stoek o*f everiy description
S-.lected, wth~l the utmto4t ':mre by dee~ded judlges
Goods. at au'ioni and' such o'ther places as ba:rgain
coulid he. obhtaned, withini the 'ist two weeks. ti
which we wuould invite the attntion of th'se pur
ebtasing fur cash, gzuaranteeinu that we can say
themi : very ha: gcem ecntaae 'n an .xin,tinm
our steek. GR AY & T1'LltLICY.
neinusta Sept. :t). * -ti.3
St ra yed,
T OM i' hesubscrib'er ait E'd?etiel.1 C. 11., otn th
s st inst., a med'.ium' size A Y MlA R E, sita
iu the forehiead. isne hitnd boot whie, and l.ow
order. She had ,,n anm o.ld Sa 1dle and bridle-thi
br:dle huas aince becen fountrd.
A suitable reward will lbe givent for her deliver
to mec at miy resiencte, four ttals East of Edgefiel
C..1. Anty itiforution conlcrn~ig said Mare thank~
fully reeive d. ltA'tI IU S l
Sept 39 )
IShereby civen, that PI~lULE SeillrlL:r., "ii
di ini the TIown oIf 1 hunburg, int:ends to bectm
-. a Sole Trider, within one monstth lusm this date.
* PERLE X SCIIILL.ER.
-- .itness, Tuoos. P. MAGnatII, mnark
llntbmag Sent. 30 . 4t* 38
p K, L CUNNINGRA & CO.,
GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
FOREIGN WINES & LIQUORS,
EMIIBURG, S. C.
WE take this.' opportunity of returning thanks
to our patrons and f ie nds ',-r the v-.ry liberal
encourageient and favors we have r.eived for sev
eral years past, and respectfully solicit a continuance
of the same. Our highest aims, and best endeav
ors will be to merit al deserve- the patronage of
our old customers, friends and the publie generally,
by conducting our business a4 we have done hereto
fore, and increasing our reputation for
Low Prices and Fair Dealing,
And naking it to the decided advantage of all who
favor us with their trade.
The increawed patronage we have received and a
are continually receiving has induced us to BUY A t
LARGE and WELL ASSORTED Stock (f Goods,
in order to meet the growing demands and increase e
The Superior Quality
Of all Goods ofereul to the Pulie at this establish
ment, is so well known that very little need be said
upon this subject. But with the unity or LOW $
PRICES, and the VERY BEST QUALITY OF a
GOODS. is the system of business the subscribers
are determined to carry out. This will be node ap- b
plicable to every branch of their business. ti
Our Goods in all intances will be what they are tl
represented to be-and when sold by sample, shall
always be in conformity with the sample C
We are constantly receiving and hive in Store a e,
COMPLEE ASSORTMENT of
G R O C E R I E S, C
-consisting of- n
LOAF, CRUSHED. CLARIFIED, ST. CROIX
AN) ORLEANS SUGARS,
ORLEANS SYRUP & CUBlA MOLASSES.
TENNESSEE AN 1 BAULfDIORllE BACON,
LA R ), SODA, STA RCII,
SOA P, C A N )LiS,
WHITE WINE AND APPLE VINEGARS, &c. (
r A large assortment of
WINES AND LIQUORS, s
Consisting of Pipes,1I a1-lf l'i es andi uarter Casks (-f.
Of the following celebrated Brands and Vintages,
Otard, Dupy & Co.. 1838, 1844, 1847.
Alex. Signett, 1852, 1855.
'Aartel & Co.,. 151~.
t Azarat Si(tti 15.49. t
J.L.. Dupy, h-l1.
P. Signett. 1850.
OLD ORDEAUX AND C1hAMPAGNE J
MADEIRA, PORT AND Sit ERRY WININ,
JAMAICA AND ST. C:OI RU.\lA
GIBSON'S EAGLE W Il!SK EYOAN)
Domestic Liquors of ;:h kinds!
Tri. AanrAtExrsT of our Store mie such as ti
iake this Establishmoent in fact the substi:e of the P
eclar of every consumer.
IIOTEI.S and persons wantiar smal assortvd
lots of Choice Wines and I.i.uors for special occn
sions. e:m be supid at the shiortst uo'i.-e.
OLOUNTRY ThADE supplied at the wholesale a
FA ILIES can comumand the best Table Wiles S
at very low ptrices, as also ie ehepal st sorts of e,
Wintes and Liqtors for culinary p'urpss. ni
PIIYSICIA NS reqiuiring line Liilutrs for medi
cal piurposes are p.articularly solieited ti call and ex
ramnine our Stock.
We keep conttatly otn banil a
Of Saildles, Bridies, Mlartitngnk-es, Whtips, Saddle
Blakets, lHed lan~kets, several Cases or fitne
Seweil nm l'eg:;d Itonts an d Shoes, L.
dics, :,lisses andi Chiidiren's Shuies,
Watetriroof IIutintg atd DitchI
eras Hoots, lhoys ail blen's
.lr.aennts fromt No I to 15,
Fur, Wool and Silk lhats,
Cloth, Phlish, and l''aney Cat:s,
Osnahures, Slwtings, hti: tings, Stripiet,
Ce,.rga i'l.ims. G imniy an~d D~umb-e. 1taging,
lPale [1ol'e. Tw:ni. &*c ,&c.
- W le et t.\ SIt (.1081 t f rom, parties nit
visiting* our Tovai. and wiI enzd .av''r ina all in.Man
e-~s t.tfy in ev ry partienthar, all who confiid e
thetir srdvrs to ut..
l'erson:s visi-:tn this ia:-:e ae eartu s:Iv a i
ted to ::Ive ur a eciii befo're theyi' uua:k theirlipurAha
5, . W*e ate dlcetrinied toi ;:~L it t their advani- ~
te.ie by* se!'i ng t hm t heir supplies 1.0 W ll titan
her camn bh; Ihe el c ewherte.
p~-We wi!l eive the. market price .'or Cotton,
and evr Ite kI ot, prod nee .tl'.redl.
I amburg, Set. 3lt lS7 cm z S
TO THE PUBLIC,
C[TIE.\P CASli ST~lU E
CilEAP CASII STO!IIE!
C11EAP' C.\SI sTORE !
LOOK FOR IT. ,
LOOK FOlt iIT,
LOOK FOR IT,
IUnder the American Hotel, Hamburg.
Under the American Hotel, Hamburg.
Under the American Hotel, Hamburg.
lAE htave reeintly opened a NEW and SPLEN
VTDID Stock of
DRY G00DS, CLOTHIING, SHOES,
IHATS, CAPS, TRtUNKS, &c., &c.
Also, an excelletit assiitmaent oif DC) ESTICS, to
which we call the attentiona oC all who visit this
Cotme and look for yourselves! We are satisfied
that the pirices and quality of Goods wilI give ki
stisluetion. DotL foraet to look for the
CIIEAIP CASHI STUOEIE, c
Under thte A tmerican Ilottel.
I Ilamnburg, Sept 2!, "m n i
IHRRA FOR MCAlBA(UA !
'iE ItP1Udersi1!nedl i.ets leave to inflorml the
.1 Plihiie that, thIey ure opiening~ a verty large
and w ell sele cted Stick . f
- ky Goods, Clotid:ng, Hats, Caps, C
Alsi,. a sp ientdiid :srt mei o. .t;It I-:StTICS3...-all S
ot whichi will be sold ai a iow in ice for Cashl.
SGive us a trial-iItr-ill /,r l'sye~t ene M-;:
Sel3tI 5.ON1 & E R OUCI. e
Ilamtburg. S. C., Sept 3. :t m 3
&~I US11El to supieriniteu..t their itere:4t in.
the Cotton Trafde, I hopet to share a libecral
pri:Lon it the Trade lhat comies ti our .\larket.
I now" returtn my sincere thanktds to lhe P'lanters
of! uEd.i-l, Abbeville, -Laurens ni Newherry
fD.stricts, for the liberal patritnae that I have re
eeived fromt their hanids, anid lope to merit a cotn
tiuanice of the same samte.
-I give th~e very~ 11 WilIEST P11IlCES for Cot ton
Sand other produce. All I want is a shtowinig. tnud
f I will bitv It. L. GENTItY.
hlambiurg, Sepit 22 tf :1i
State of South Carolinaa,
IN O RDINARY. .I
e )Y WN. F. D)URISO IE, Esquzire, Orinatzry of Edlge
.1) field Uit rict.
appied to me for L,-tiers of Adinitstration, on all
adi singular the good~ss and ch~attle..s, rights anud cred
-its of James Edwaerds late of the District aforesaid,
Theec are, thierefoire, to cite anid admonish all and
- ingnhir, thie kinibeid and credlitiors o.f the isid ideeas
ed, tio be andI appear befuire me, at ournext Onlhinary's
' ort for thie saidi Distriet, to he holden at Eidgefied
e CiiCurt lionse, on the 8th day of Oct., next, to
- showv cause, i f any, why the said administration shiouhij
hu nt lie granted.
(;ie nludr. toy htand and seal, this 24tht day of
Si slp., in thei year if our Lord one thousand eight
hudlred and fifty-r'even and in thte eighty-second year
of Amecrican Independentce.
W. F. DURISOE, o.x D.
CORNER UNDER GLOBE HOTEL,
C. DEMING has now in Store his en
I. tire Stock of F A L L and W I N T E R
3001 D4, being the most complete ever offered,
rid at lower prices to ent and prompt paying cus
oners. Among which will be found
SILK DBESS GOODS.
he greatest variety that cn be found in the City.
7he llobe a Quillo, gobe a Volantz, Beye.dere, (two
ze stripe,) Velentres, Poplins and side Stripe-all
aryin,' in priko from $20'to $0 per Robe.
Also, Solid Colored SILKS, in every shade,
-ith RIBBONS and VELVETS for Side Stripe
11 of which are entirely new and confined styles.
Boiled Black SILKS, warranted to main ain their
WOOL DRESS GOODS
n every variety, embracing Robe a Quille, Beye
re, Velantz, ect., with the usual styles and quali
EMBROIDERS and LACE GOODS, most
omplete, 'and at a lower rates than ever before
Square and Long, for Gente, Ladies. and Chil
re ; Mourning to Full Dresw. from 25 eents to
!20. A large variety of CllENEi LE, with Plain
nd Figured Centreb.
MANTILLAS AND COLLARS
rom $2 Cloth, to $60 Velvet. Partic-unir atten
n has been paid to them, being made full and of
e best Velvet.
Also, Children's and Misses' Cloaks, Marinos.
obergo', Cashmers and Muslin DeLains of all
French, English and American Solid and Figured
Children's DRESS GOOD., of Wool and Silk
vw and confined styles MOURNING GOODS
KERSEYS AND ELAlNKETS
t lower rates than can be purchased elsewhe-re.
W My houso is the only one where George
bley's-warranted all wool tilling-' II I T E
ORGIA PLAINS can be had. They are the
ost desirable and economical Goods ever ofrered
LINSEYS, OSNABURGS, STRIPES, HOME
PUNS, FLANNELS, 110.SIERY, TICKINGS,
., in full variety.
Every article thiat I have shall be offered at the
we s: rates possile. An examination solicited.
ijr Orders punctually and carefully attended to.
L. C. DEMING,
Corner under Globe Ilotel.
Auusta, Sept 14 tr 36
iEW FALL GLOODS!1
RE n-ow 01-:ening a VE'IiY LAI' and Wi.-LT
SELECTEI) Stock ol'
Fall and Winter Dry Gods
0 which they res;:eet fullv solicit attentlion. cnm
isingt as it. doles, every article usually found int a
st class 1lTuse. amni at, prices as Low as an y
i the South.
The Ladies -pecially are invite1 to cdl and] ex
torne our UlfESS (GjODS before imrebasina.
01r large stick of SILKS, PIltESS (0)0s,
IAWLS. &c., is particnlarly fine. (mlracimr
cry article int their line, and all of the latest and
Plain Black Gr.os dnr Rhine SILKS;
" (";ros do Naples"
" "' Bischiirs "
lcik llriocadles, Satitn Stripes atnd Plaids
Fany PIlaids. Stripes arnd (CIlENIES;
Rtich' Satin Plaid.- anrd Siripues;
Rtichr Conloredn I ROCA It ES;
Very Rich Floanneerd COIIES;
Mrc~lines', Flonees, & c.. &c.. all colors ;
Frechs Merinnes". Blark amn1 Colors;
Ftnlishr andr Germoarnleritn cs
Plhini and Prited lamra ClnthIs;
C asmrere andI Broebte Detlai~in ;
M achIester Pritnted "
Pain DeIlainee. altl shades, 1tc. per yard;
Black and Cohl Alpacas;
- " " Silk Warps;
CIT1 L LIES, lIlack and Co'ilnre.d:
Pt tIl.l NS. lain. P'laid, ail Striped ;
Vrl*ntia Stripes and Plaidl:
Brillintts, P'lain, Whtite anrd Solid Colors;
F 'rench Charannnzvs. atmndhamriesn. Cirlorn :
F',li-h, l'rench' Scotch anrd Domestic GING
Iu.u4 ~gli-Ih PRINTlS ;
Merirac ail (ocherco PRIINTS;
Fnrimtire Chritntzn', &c~
Swiai anld Jlacnet Mnuslins ;
Strip'd airnd P'laid "
31arealiau:. ai flne art icle
i [..y Skmts~. Qitied, Plarin. Skeln'ton:
lir, Coirdled a nil Embttroidleredl Skli TS;
lrnrs 1100.)t'. W tiIA l.1-:TiN K, &c., ihr sklirts ;
St~lla xs I1 A W l.:'. litank. WIhite a nd (Cul ;
Calune.rex ilne .L. P'linit and iPrinted ;n
hart State. limpire. Slate, and Sen.tCh Loeng anrd
Swis Ciliars anid Sleeves;
a a "itt Setts;
J"cnt " " in setts;
ltntsr' Wai its and Rlobes:
Swi~s Edgingi and lrnsertionns;
Swi'ns Bandls and FLOCNCl.NCS;
EnglriThread Laces arnd EDtOlNGS;
Vale~ctene " "
Smra and Cotn ""
rielk Silk La.s Wide and Narrow ;
ltnle Laces and Edlginte;
Lade' Plain and KEmb'il L. C. llandkerchuiefn;
"French Printed Bord'd hand
Misses and Chrildreni's I.. C. IIandlkerchniefs
Ladies tand Chrildre n's Cotton J loie, WVhite anti
Ladis' White and Open Work lt.ae ;
"Kid anid Silk Gisoves, ail miaka;
" Womol and Cotton Glovenis;
Chilren's Lace Mits andr bilk (loves;
" (Cottn atnd Woorinl Glnveni ;
)rmes T'irnmingsn, IFringes, Gimap, ~c.;
T Intrritig VeI i-tmi, all wid ts;
lced andri Brown SIRTiINGS;
Litren atnd. Crttorn S11 y;PINGS at.d PILLOWs
.:0) ichl, 5--i atnd 6.4 P'. C. C:OTT1ONS;
6.!. '--1, 10-1 at,'! 1Z-4 Allendale and Walthrattu
IIE'TINlGtS, Ih-achned arnd lirnwn:t
IUalene andt 1'rown.t Litnen tand Coittern Table
\A.NE~lS, hy thne yard!
8-.1. 10.4. 12.4 andil1 1-4 lleaurhed and Brown Linern
A BLE CLOTlS ;
Sctntch. Rusesia tt Iinekaback 1D AiPERS tand
Plain, Iringed atnd Bortdered Towei.is ;
Tu rrkish Bath and D.amasrk "
Whrte atnd Drown Crashes ;
Cono tita)~peri antd D~amanks
Na tnkis, ioylies, &c~n., &re
I rish Lie atnd linen Laiwns;
itrni arid Con:tatn Shirt Fron,;
ine Frencth a bieauinrn!t aricle;
tt-4,2antd 14-4 Larncaster andl 31ar.eille; QUI LTS
Tuilet Covers, Tiis, Furniuare Fringes, &c.;
Black and Cordl Clon nsatnd Cassimeres;
Sarinets and Keturcky .Jeanrs, Plaits anda Fantcy;
raup D'ete, Itain ClothIs, Canonadesi, &c., &e.;
e. W~ool Murllkers, amtl Putie.e i andkrchniefs ;
Gents Black tand Fanttcy Silk Cravat- and Ties;
"IPlain and Printed L.. C. Illandkerchrici;
"i Wo and Merino "' "
" arid Ladies' Kidl and Iluck Gatutlets, &c.
Thle attenitiont of Iinse keepners, Farmers, and
'lanters. is prtriculatrly intvited to ur stock of P LA N.
'ATIN GOODS, which consirsts of every article im
Vork Stripes, Marinere' Shrirtinrgs;
M1larloro' Phaids tad Stripes;
Georgia Stripes andl Phin.;
lank, Whrite rand Grey Kerseys;
P 'laid arnd Plain lirseyt;
Whtite atnd lrownr Cantiir Flannel;
Plair anid Twilled Salishnrry Flrane, all colors;
Fine Whrite Etngtiih andI Welrhl "
ed antd WVhite Dometi, &c., &c..
A large assortmetrt of t l ANK ETS, of every make,
ac Irnin fine Etiglishr, Swiss, Witiiey Mackinaw,
c. all sizes:
Hle Grey, and Whrite. Negro IlLANKCETS.
Extrairdinry~ induicemrents, nil'ered to piersonsa pur.
P'aries sendinrg orders will be certain to hrave them
u rctally attended to. DIJCKEY & PIBJIS.
Au.u.t.,, sept: 7 tf 35
M UU0 ~ VfA L!
ibewt d i ho Public that
h i EMOVED Nis -
ENTIRE STOCKQF GOODS
To the Store lately occupied nd owned by Cu1.
M. FRAZIER-and is now receiving from New
York a genoral Stock of
DRY GOODS, GROOERIES,
Croekcry, Ilardware,'Boots, Shoes,
And seli other artcies as is generally kept for
sale in this Marliet, all of which he pledges him
self to sell as cheap and on as acconnnodating
terms as his abil-ty will admit. -
Edgefield C. I., Sept 22, 1857.: 4t37
P. 8.-Also, BAQON and SIDES, I[AMS and
LARD, constantly on band Sold for Cash only.
CO-PARTNEB IUP NOTICE.
p1 E Undersidui(.a this day entered into a
A Co-Partnerslii-'apderIlh style of W. R.. &
T. S. HUDSON, for thepurpose conducting the I
Dry Goods busincssrand hope by strict attention
to businoss-and evindst exertions to please their
friends, to merit a large siare of public favor.
W. R. H.UDSON,
T. S. HUDSON.
Edgefield, S. C., Sept 12,1867.
.4.A C.A .1=L3.%..
IT will be-seen from the'above Card thaL I have
associated with ine in the Dry Goods trade,
my brother T. S. HUDSON, with the hope that it
will prove mutually beneficial to our patrons and
ourselves. And I would here take occasion to
return my sincere and heart-felt thanks for the
liberal patronage that I have received from the kind
people of Edgefieldaluring my short sojourn in this
community; and-trtst that the new Firm will en
joy similar and increased encouragement.
W. R1. HUDSON.
Sept 23 tf
H AS received by the last steaner from New
York, Ladies' Rich Si1k Chenille SHAWLS,
of splendid styles;
Ladies' Extra Silk Chenille SCARFS;
Ladies' Stelli Bordered SHAWLS, of beautiful
Ladies' Saxony Plaid Long SHAWLS, of extra
Ladiies' Scotch Plaid and French Woolen Shawls,
of new and beautifultstyles; t
Lndicie Chenille and Saxony Plaid MOURNING I
SH AW LS.
Sept. 10 1857 I. tC
A UG USTA, GA.
. 'A: received by the .ist stenier from New
1 . York, a full stpply of 1.adies' French EM
U1ROf D)ERIES, ofthe intest Parish styles, among
V. hiulh are
I adie Trimmedie and Muslin COLL A RS t
ai UNatEl:.EEVES, int setts, or new and c'e- s
gint Ftmbri.ering. b
l.::ie. 1nmbroidored H.\NDKER ClHIEl'S, of
ne w nd 1.0 -utiful patternsi
Ldies' Einbroideied COMI.AlIS, of eleganT
Lalaies' Enbroidcrcd Cambric COLLARS, of
ben..iful-styles, anitsonie at very n* prices:
.adies I-cimbroidered CAPS, aid ifntitt Ei- n
bridered Froek WAISTSi
l.adies' French Lawn IIANDKERCIIlE!n8 aid
Sept. 10" 1857 t f3
French a~d English Prints,
.\S ja.-t rteeiyed from New York, a larger
.ksuppl ty of French and: En.;lish PRIINTS, of
new and b.:utiful desgns. .
A full supply of Merdiriac and -other rtyk e of
All of which are suitah!e for the present ,eason.
an.l warr mted fast coloars.
hSept. It; 1857 . I- 36
Rich Dress Silks,.
A UG(UST.\,G A.
~TAS ju.4 ze:cited fromt New .York. Ladi&
1.L! 1)resu S3Ll..S, of new and splenidid styles;
Platin Ii hackl SI1K, for Ladie' ..nrning Dresses.
Laiets' l'rinted Cashmerera andl D~e'ine ROBES,
of etautiful style.
Tlo wha.h tlte attentioniocf theipIuliic is respleet
T ..S j urt r'ived fr'ont New Yo'rk, Enigf.ish
..c Ve\Iret ad ir:s. ls C.\ RPETS, ,,f tich and
Thre.' I'ly andt lugr.tit C.\ RI 'ETS, iof ntew :tnd
the a: kut 'n ofI the puLtaiC.
Sep. 1857 If :1;
DYEF & LATSTE
Warehouse a n d Commission
I)ERP'FTF'ULLY :tinnunce to their friendls
Ito indthe publie generalliy, tha~t they have fontred
ea ctio in ,thtle taove businetss, :ut mu hae I.nueda
lt. Fluis P'ii)UOI WARIsI IOUS I of Col. Cinn
iten-N oilhI side ofi Iteynaolds street, recetntly tocc'u
i'ed by) Mur. George L. Anlers it.
F'ream thlir lonar expeCrietee, they iiter thtem- h
selve-s itha: the~y will bz enble to giive etitire sati:s
faction to, thoase whto mny lavor thtemt with consiignt
mtents of GuTT'ON oar other paroduue. C
lTeir prompijt personatl attention will bte eiven to
Orders for lBAGNG,RThPEl. &e , and purching~;l
af ntihy supptlies at loawest mrarket pr~ies s. Also to1
tie forwarding~ of Goods contsind to our frienids in
Liberal Cashl aidvancs madiae, whien desired by
Our ilharges will be the snme as those of other
houses of the Ciity eitgnge.1 in the snme~ business. t
.IA.\lS M. l)YE,"
ANDRhEW G. LATASTE.
A ugu.a, Aug 10 tf 3
Warehouse a n d Commission'
M E RC HA NTS,
Reyn:a'd, betw-een Jacksnm and Neluht:,sh Streets,
AUGUST A, GA. '
TUE have remtvedl to Metealf 's LARGE c
NEW\ FllREPRtOOFV WAREIJOUSIs, on
Rena'dl htraeen: .lIneksott iud Mteltnt..slth treets, I
re'nt: nenp bya' Glham &5, Auskin, inthe (
Warts hm:.ses, and convenientt to Ite llotecs.-v
itg amplly provided with good safe Storage for
Cotton, Grain, FloCur, Baconl,
A nd PRODUCE generally, we respect fully so~lt
er,:nnmntiis, whic-h shall receive our undividled
andte leithftul atitentioan.
FA)lHr SUPP'IES, and the usail facilities, I
will be ttlhrd ed custaomers.
Mr Ou-r Commiissitons wiil be such as ,aire cus
totary in the c'ty. WM. M. BE A LI,
J. W. L. STOVA LL. I
A ugusta, A ugust 20) 2mn 31 i
2Nap REGIMENT CAVALRY,
A COURT MARTIAL, consisting~ of Capt.
GalFIN:r, P'residentt, atd Capt. Talbert, Laeuts
.Jeninlgs, Sti om and Metliock, menmbers, and Jedim
L. Nicholson, Judge Advocate, will convene at
Edeield C. I., on the first Monday in October
~ext,, to try all defaulters at the Regimoental Pa
rde at Lo'ngmires, on the 5th and 0th Attgust lust,
and all appealed and other eases uvhich may come
before the Court. JOHN F. B3URISS, Col.
2nd Regt. Cavalry.
Sept. 2: 2t ' 37
FINE NEW FLOURI.
.4eeea ved a good supply of Porn's Superfine
a nd fo aehe W. E. L EGG.
a AIdTI"PICI AT a E TE
e r 'JT R Subscribr havin" furnisIed himself wit
le .1.a license to use this N EW PROCESS& of
INSERTING ARTIICIAL TEETHR,
Is now ready to serve all who nmay ned such, yiti
an assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and
closer reeniblance to the natural organs, than ca
be realized by any other methoil. Its perfect pu
rity. cleanltiness, freedom frin all taste, or galvani
sensation, durability, comfort and scenrity, ar
almng the advaniig.-s claimed for this SUP ERIO
moe)U (of setting A rit eial Teetl.
June 24, tf 24
IT The friends of Capt THEOPIITLUS DEAN
re.;pect fully announce him as a Candidate for re
election to the oflice of Tax Collector of Edgefieid
District, at the ensuing election.
TH E friends of Capt. LEWIS oOVAR, rea
peetfully announce him as a candidate for Sheriff
of Edgeield District, at the-en-suing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., of
Hamburg, in the upper part of the District, respect
fully announce him as a endidate for Sherif of
Edgefiel1 District at the next election.
The friends of Co. WM. QUATTLEBUM res
pectfully announce him as a Candilate for Sherill
of Edgelield at the ensuing election.
0- We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sheriflof Edgefield District. -
T Tts Friends of'Capt. H1. BOULWARE
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sherifi
of Edgelield District at the next election.
af TE Friends of Col. S. HARRISON re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
'I F Tun Friends rof JACKSON COVAR re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Glerk
of Edgefield District at the ensuing election.
.7 The friends of Mr. F. M. NICHOLAS re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefiehl District at the ensuing election.
j We are authorized by the friends of Mr.
EDMUND PENN, to nominate him as a candidate
for Clerk of Edgeflield District at the ensuing elec
2VThe friends of Mr. LE-WIS COLEMAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the next election.
03TnE Friends of Mr. ROBERT-D. BRYAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
,of Fdgefield District at the next election.
7 The Frienls of NIr. CIAfRLES CA RTE
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Trx
Collector of Edgtiecld District, at the next election
07 The Friends of Mir. CHAS. M3. MAIY, res
petfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Col
ector of Edgefield District at the next election.
Tun Friends of Mij. JOHN C. LOVE
.ESS respectfully announce him as a Cnelidate for
Tax Col'lctor of Edgefield District at the ensuing
CflThe friends of STAR LING TURNER, an
nm-unce him a candidate for Tax Collector at the
117 The Friends of Mr. M. W. LY LES respect
fully announce himt as a Candidate for Tax Collee
trar of Edgefield azt the next electiron.
~fThe l'riands of Capt. E. W. hORN, re
spettully announee him ars a Candidate for Tax
Celletor of Edgetield District, at the ensuing elee
W HO W ANT S 1II0NEY ?
at l nE ouTIly iP E D y alsKiNG TI.X DO.!.. Rs.
Halves and Quarter Tiek. ts in proportio..
JASPERL COUNTY ACADEMY
LO TT E RY,
lY AUTiOllUTY of the State of GEORCI.
ON THlE HA.VANA PI.AN AF SINGi LS NUMUERtS
30,000 TICKETS-4286 PREZESl
FRiZES PAYABLE W1THCUT DEDUCTI?N,
uuer airs toi J. F. \'-ipter, Shonwgier.
iOuri Loett.eie .ezrne in ,.:hio. (. .er~rin. (,o::11
Sthmnevery sa:oray, ;n ! in Savannaihi, (G.i.
arge .4e!emie.s) irhet lhe I .5th of every nionib.
Dawes Octoee.r 1 5th, 1857, at A rmory llall,
S.vannaeh. (ia., unsder the 'corn' superintendence
of W. 1R. Symokns, Esq.. and'J1. MIPrentiss, Esq.
CA PIT A L~S of~ 8;,000i. $20,000. 811,000, $5,000
$4.00. $2.ti00, 3 Pro es of Si .0001. 5 of
$5011, l00 of $100), 1100 of $50, 3000
of $10 and 72 A pproxityiaton pri
zes amouenting to $3.76ni.
TICEET3 $10; HALVES E5; QUARTERSS2,50.
Lvui.- t your inal* ad compare this Scme
withs any othegr.
Raink Notes of sound 1 anks takeun at ;iar.
Cheeks ont New Yoerk remitted for p: izes..
Adrbires orders for Tickets or Certitientes of
Packges of Trickets to
A!ERON~ & SON Manes
SlIaco~n or Savainnah, Gn:.
Sei-.:10 tf 36
ED)G~FiELD), S. C.
7l HiSuiub: e.rs t ik e this miethoel of return~ig
their hzeart feh thancks to the ceitizens5 of Edlte
teld Villaie aned Distr';et for the Iiberazl patroenage
be.:towdl upon them, and hope to me.rii a contihu
W ave und~~ keep coenstantiy in St.ore, at our
I (.l stand between Mlr. lKdmnunde Penn and Jlohn
Clan's Stores, ani EXCELLENT and VAlUEDI
Of our~ own manufacture, which we are confident
is inferior to none ever before ofllbredl in this mar
ket. Oiur present stock consists of a lot of splendid
BUREAUS, WARDROBES, BEDSTEADS,
(A large and beautiful variety)
Sofas anud LoungeCs,
E00K-CASES, TAlBLES, WASIISTANDS, &c.
Of every style and quality, which we are now sell
ing at redueed prices.
Old Furtniture of every description promptly and
We a're determined to give satisfaction to all
who may favor us with their patronage, and by
warrrating our woerk to be, leut up in a workmatn
like amner und of the best ma~terial, we hope to
senre a renuenable share of public eneouragerggut.
r W. GOTTSCHIA LK.
July 1 IS57 if 25
LL Persons indebted to the Estate of D. K.
JSi cating, diee'di , are requested to settle with
out. delay, and those having demands against the
Esttae nmust present themi properly attested by thi
seona Monday in .Jatnuary next, or their esa
claim" will be excluded, as a tinal settlement will
be. nmade in the Ordinary's Office on that day.
J.. P. MI A LINO, Adm'or.
Jut 8mr 26
rpHE imported SPANISH JACK COLUMBUI
- .Lwill stand the FALL SEASON at Edgeflk
h C. H., conunenelling the 10th August.
S. F. GOODE.
Aug5 ~ tf 30
C A ROLINA HOTELr
I TliVMURG,S C.
4rE.SUl -.ite1 ws...pectfully an'ounces to 1is
frieis and the public generally that he has
rented Me old and welI-estabished Holisc known
as the CAROLINA J lOTEL, recentLy biecapied'by.
Jonux A. MAYs, and Is now prep d' to furnish
ample accommodations to all who favor him with
The House and furniture has recent'. uhdergoe
an entire renovation, and every requisite ariange
menst to promote the com fort and happiness of my
guests has been made. ' Uis my intention to hmke.
the CAROLINA- a FIRST:CLASS HOTEL, and
my every axertion will be lriIew of this'.l -t.'
Mv T'ABLE shall receive particulari aloent
and the best the iarket atlbrds *rll"Wb e
in aliundarce. Attentive SERVANTS will alsi'*y
:be rcadi:ess to obey the behests of those- WoIay
call oil me.
y the first of October I will have icy m ENW
S ABLE S erected, and will then be b -
pared for the aciummodatioli of'Hors'es
PFamilies visiting Hamburg or Augusta wfl.
find the " Car6liua Hotel" al tlat tboyanpossi
A liberal share of public encode'kimeont is
earnestly solicited. JOHIBEON
Hamburg, Sept 23 -- -
SALUDA. HOUS-, j
Edgefield, C. H., S. C"
LEWIS COVAR, Proprietor.
EDGEFIELD FIFTY TEARS IGOT
Life and. Death of Beok.OCttka
THE DEVIL-IN PETT'OGATS
God's Revenge Agimns
TE have just printed a few hundred copies of
the above pamph'et written by Rev. -WN. L.
WI.F1. author of the " Life of Washington,"
" Life of Marion," and other lesser productionsand
said by some to have been the most peculiar 'writer
of any age. This work is repete with interest, es
pecially so to the citizens of this District, as it eon
taius quite a fiir " showing up" of the. dark days
and murderous deeds of old Etjgfild a l.:lfen
07 For sale at this Ofie. Prioe" 20. ceits per
copy. Liberal deductio'un will be made t6 *hose
buying by the wholesale.
Aug 26 r 3
E ST ABL IS HIMI,TI
-DGEFIELD, S. C. - -
JOHN M. WITT,
having jus t re
turned from New York with a most CDMPLf
and MAGNIFICENT assortment of
Respectfully announces to his friends and patrons
that he is now preparod to exhibit .as beautifil
and well manufactured an assortment of CABINET
FURNITURE as can be found In the South.ern
States. This Stock selected with great care,
ansd lie flatters himself,.with much ta.te and jndg
ment,-was bought for CASIl at reduced fIg
ures, and consequently will be offerdd as LOW
as can be alibrded. My large assortment couitsts.
In part of
A splendlid variety of fine and superie
A rcb lot-all styles-of Roewood 'a Mahogany
Rosewood and Mahogany ~ibraries,.
SEOR ETARIES WITh BOOK CASES,
A beautiful collection of Rosewood anSI Mahogany
WASII SINKS OR STANDS,
A good stock of excellent spring' bottosa
XImp roved style's of Rosewood and Mahodgny
FO LDING IRON BEDSTEADS,
A unique and rare assortment of
Mahogany and Rosewood Tabig,
Consisting of PARLOR, CARD, TEA, EXPAN -
SION and Ladies WOR K TABLES, such as must
picase the best judiges of the good and beautibil.
Toilet Stanuds with Glass~, -
-A hot of
Corner Stands and Portable Desks,
A variety of fine
Ajy unu.snially lar~to assortment of
Cmprisini2 Soli-l Mahsoiany spring hottom Rock
ig Chairs: Spring henatcm solisi Mahogany Parlor
Chairs; Cane seat Male~ Rocking and Parlor
Chairs; a small lsot,nf Prescott Oak Chairs; Chil
dren's, Nurse's andteving Chairs, and Children's
Work Baskets, Fancy Boxes and Ladlief'
Work Boxes, Childre n's Bureaus,
Spool Stands, Bird Cages,
])ough Pins, &c., &c.
'li is Stock. which commands the admiraAon <g
all ~ho have kindly visited my new Store; wa~s, as
aove stated. purchased on reasonable prIces, and
will be sold astuonishuingly LOW FORL CASH. And
I wouilli here state that circumistancees, with which
all are well acciuainsted, renders it necessary that I
shouldl adopt the CASH SYSTEM aiid strictly ad
lhere to it, iatherwvise I cannot carry on miy business.
An exainations of my Stock is solicited. Better
barains are not to be had in Auguista or any
other Southern City.
R ep a irin g, & c..
I continue to make to order ansy FURNITURE
watesd, ansd also to) repair all olsd Furitu.nrsent.
Send along your work ;md it shill be dotne in a
:)/ I besucak: a ibera share of ublic pattronl
Opposite the Post Ofice.
July 1, tf 25
ROM1 New York, a Lot of Crib CRADLES,
FWinslow Chairs. Quartett Tables, Ottomans,
Fsoot Stoolsr, Child's Table Chairs, &..
.iOU' M1. WIlTT
July 29 tf 29
WINDOW SIIADES & CARPETIN6.
A IEsupply of Wiridow SHIADEli andi
A ixurs. Alse, a lot of CA RPli.TlNG jt
received asnd for sale by J. M',. WlTT.
Aug 26 tf 38
N Y an order from Win. F. Durisoe, Esq , Or
..dinary of Edgefield I irtrict, we will- pro
coedI to sell ast the' late reside'nee of Mary Towles,
deed., on SATURDAY the Sd day of October
next, all the personal property of the said de
eased, cogsisting of
Five Likely Negroes,
One Carriage, one Wagon, Harness, Corn,Foddler,
Paationa Tools, &c.
pfTerms made known on day of sale.
R. M1. SCURRY,
R I. W. PAYNE,
Executors toif the W ili annexed.
Sept 16 3i 36
New Flour Mills.
~,Y M ILLS are now in operation, and-are fur
I.inishied with EVERY FACILITY for ma
ing FLOUIR and 1A L of the best quality.
R. TP. .MIMS.
gf Four miles West of Edgefielsi .C. H., and
one mile from the Plank Road.
Aug 5 tf,* 30
I S IIEREBY GIViiN, tbet at'the ilext lieson
Lof the Legislatur~e appi-ation -will be made for
a Charter to incorpotrate Bank'~td be estalilished at
Edgefield C. 1L. to b~e kubwii as th6 Bik of Edge
field, with a capital df Two hundred and fiftyilhons
SeptI 16 3m S
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
r 'IIE Subscriber being .till desirous of makin
a change in. his butsine.-ss, olbrs at privat
sale, his VALUABLE TRACT () F LA ND. Isicte
on the public road, three miles from Edgefleld
., and containing,
Fifteen hundred and fortvfour Acrem
A minute description of thre Lands is deeme
uninecessary-suilice it tusay, they are well adapf
Ld to tihe culture of Cotton, Corn and small grait
rliciace is well watered, every field containing
mificiency of running water, and a good supply u
nost excellent springs. It iam between two n
breo hundred acres of low grounds, together wit
large portion of fresh lands, cleared within th
ast.four or five years, and now in a high state o
ultiation. A large portion of this Tract abound
i NATIVE. YO RE S T, covered with a heav
rowth of tinber.
The improvements are gpol-the most of th
uildings have een put up in the last few years.
An excelletit opportunity is now offered to per
ons wishing to purchase a splendid settlement
fhe above land will be sold in a bfdv, or if de
ired, I will divide it to suit purchasers. I wil
ake pleasure in showing the land.
g Terms made easy and accommodating.
JOIN 11. IIOLLINGSWORTiH.
P. S. I will also sell, my Village unimproved
'ts, adjoining the Odd Fellows' & Masonic build.
nm, and fronting the public square.
SIept 23 1it
COT ION PLANTATION,
The subteriber offers for sale, that VA L UAlLF
;O''rON PLANTATION known as the IeCul
ugh pleae, cont:ining EG liT IINDRED AND
IIIR'Y--TIllmEl AND ONE QUARTER
CRES, lying or. the waters of Hurn's Creek, seven
Ailes Llow Edgefield Court 1louev, aind sixteen
Ailes frrm ITainburg, nna :1djoining lands of Wash
Igton Wise, Mrs. Swearei;nic, Dr. Hord antd Mrs.
On tie premises is a Two Story Dwelling Ilvuse
tso an Overseer's hlouse, a large and exceilen
lable, flue Gin House, Screw, &e.
A large portion or the land is in
NATIVE FOREST. .
Lbout two hundred and fifty acres cleared and in
ntivation. The balance in brier patches and pine
licits, which were never much worn. Captain
,yan, the first pt.pri-tor, worked a large foice on
iC place. Since his time the force employed on it
as been comparatively small, and the fences havt
een imoved in until a
Large and the best portion
f tie land has ben surrendered to the hriers and
Tliere is a goo.1 propicci-n of the land
1311AN0 H .2T TOM11S,
hichi are e:culcn2!v pr intive.
The cun!ilV -f thi- bonl cail he iu.'ged or from
lie erovinr cropl wi h lcas been1 IIm-a4e, with had
tinsWolts. U n o'ler llaloghis? ei-11-InsiNul.'es I::Ilil w-it
ItI oe ouncc o Of an y kild.
Th:! !.uitioni..: rvilarl:blv healliy. T!:(e lir's.
t Ten:mi t h::s nt Ist I s:ctIe da%'s wo1 k from
itc cs- ibis ilr. li i neihborhwiol is as desira
it-r' icIs prcee in the I tistrict of eqal heahl,
n eneniet lt:k ,-.t. and so d6 sirably located,
s t:'e for ml:iFo !arIre Cotten coips as this
,mia~rav I very few neres pltin:ed in the
enneh bott-ms wNill mntke n nbinii t sciphin y e
rovi.iu s for tie pl-iit.ituin.
S. S. TOMPKINS.
.hl.-fieldl C. 11L, S. (., Sep!t. 5thc, 1857. t f. 3:i.
IJORN'S CREEK LAND
FOR SAL E.
f ICE Subiscriber, iunnd1ing to miake a eblantg- in
1. his business on thei first oft Janiucry net,* t.ctforc
r salt his Plattiion situated four and a halt mihie
unthi of lEdgefield C. II., on the rondi leading ti
Three Htundred nd Finty-six Acreis.
'h.ttponn ts, coi stn of ac go liwelli na
lnse* and alhl o'rdiniary p'n attiiotn buildljings, nre in
ou! .'rie-. The pine*e is wiel waa(red. hcaviht
veral good Sptringst on :he premLises, anid an ex
elleitt well it the yacrd.
nd e.xinte fr thiemselvs ::s thtcc cc.'tion of coun
rv offers intdue,-n,.ctts io enitionc-growingi. inferior te
met' in S'outh Car->clinac.
J)T A\ ba~rgain mcay be htad by acpplyingt soo'n.
d1. L. A DL lSi'N.
LANDS FOR SALE,
DlY consenit of nill the parti's in interest, I wil
L) toffer for* sale ait Etelcield Utourt Ilceuse, on
lie FiltSTI M'ONJDAY in OCTOH EtlR nest,~
ALL TEHE LANDS
f t..- late A ndrew tiomliiOln, tdecen-ed, for pa:rti
'tictamong lris heirs ait law, consisting of thce fo!
>wing Tratst5 toe wit:
. TI IE 1 31 TO .~'RA CT, cnijoiniincz lna el
Iixhndd anlctd twven:ydou.ecr ~ ~t ) acres. tmort ori
i. T1!l l I f Al 'LL R ACT, :cij..iingt Innatti
em Conl:f~id anlter inniels tof scni. estates, mal1
ais or Lov~eit G..mcillioni, :im1 c.'mtainin.; two hiun
red anid sevten:v-ine (2tt 9 ' t-ses more or less.
3. Tif1 iRYAN TllACT ad~j'tining 1:tch o,
es Camnillion and l.'cveit Go;!m und con-i
tinin'. sixty-two (; ) aere's, tinorx or ec
.1. TIT i-'. MINE CR EEK TTL\ IT1. :2j'i'in"
thers. and contaitin~g ticreei hnd.Ired andI li e (3n1
:rs, moere or less.
5. TilE~L .\N( TPRACT(., ::.jiiniig hmdcrl of
1i Esit:ticn1 Iinn- of II. 'T. i)'.outwriebit tuti
hus nr,entainiing nin-tjt-fo'ur (94i) acres, inure ort
. Tli I: F..\NING T R A'CcT.:jiing lanids
rsciil ecsir, I .ovett Gomillion an ci others, and
'utai .ing tree hun.l red antd seventy (370i) acres
7. TillE BEE~ClE CRElEK TR.\CT, adejo.ining
mds of .1 esse Sati-her, .dept luc Conech and othe.rs,
1d containing onie hcunidred acnd teventty-once (171)
eres, more or less.
Thle above deset ibed lands will be sold on ac
red it of twelve mioths from the lay of sale. 'The
rcaertcs will be requiredl toe give ncotes with
vo app.roved seurities to se.cureL the piir elcinse
mney. d1 ESSE~ GOMILL.JION, Agent,
For thce 1Heirs ol A iidrewv Gucmillion.
-~ HE uncdersimgnedi ofiers for sale his pilanitationi
situated G iiles front linmburgt, conctaining~
150 Acresa 20)0 acres of Itn Landl now uder
ultivation. 100 acres of Swvmicp Landi, which
-i make fromu 4(1 to 51* 33ushcels Corn to the acre.
he Landt is T-ing oct Little llorse Creek and ad.
ining Lamns of A. Ramtbo, Sidney Wise andu
On the place is a good comformtatble two story
wellitg, withc all the ntecessairy out H oucses aclso
in House, Sa~w and Grbkt Mill, all worked by wa
2r power. Onc the platce is to be foundct plenity o
T emc.s miade kncowni by applying to
B. L. ILALL.
I abtrg, Aug. 10) 1857. 2mt :12
j i Subscriber wishing to remuove to the Scuti
1. West, .i-rs for sniec his BEALUTIFU.L
,1OUSlE A NiD LOT in the Town of Orantitesille
s ain inducement to purcasers to comne ancd sec
ur theiselves, lie wouuld state thait the Lot with a!
ts imriveents, constisting~ of a t'wo Story Dwell
ng I louse, built after the most improved style o
rehiecture, nently litnished aint! phiustered through
mut, a Kitehen with two npartmeints, a Well of ex
tellet water, can be bouphtt for Cash, or on a credi
ill the first of Octobcer nvxt, fur less thtan the origi
cal cost of the Dwelling Ilouse aluone.
A. r. NORRIS.
Granitevile, June 15, if 23f
PFORE mie by Spencer Jenncing.< hivin~ tre
) mciles Eatst of Riecardsonville, (one StIR lRE)
nuse. COLT, hindl feet white, star in the focrehead~
mat suppjosed to be about 18 muonths old. Apprisi
ad at,35. C. A TTA WAY, ...
Sept 23 him .7
LIT. PENN. Agent, hias just received a suf
.. ply ofPOT ASh!, put up in till cans, wit
full d'reetions for mnakinig soft acnd hard soap.
Ja. 2 mif 2