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Cheap Dry Goods!
BROOM & NORRELI
A RE now receiving at their NEW STORI
No. 238 Broad-street, a large and elegaut :n
Stapl6 and Fancy Dry Good
Their stock is one of the LA11G EST and MOS
ELEGANT in their line in the eity, and compris
all of the latest and most complete st3 Its of the se
son. They would respectfully solicit public patrol
age, and cordially invite all to examine their Good
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
Fancy Dress Silks. Plaids and Stripes;
Rich Silk P.obes A'quille, very heavy ;
Rich Bayadere Siks; Pophins ;
Plain Mack Silks, all widtlhs andl hith lustres:
BHick Brocade Silks, Str.pes, Plaid and Fisurt
Mburning :mdi I latf I' Mournicng Silks, Itich Frenv
printed all Wiol Delaines, Rohei' A'qui'le, Bay
dere Stripes, Cashmncre WDieuse-, Valeciain 1l'i
and Tarlatans, and a varietv if other oods i
Printa l Cobuirgs;r Paramattt:aI
English and Frensich Nlerine..s;
PMnin and Printed Dltinm and Prsi:ms,
French, English sutd American Pritnts, great v
French, English and american Ginglaums, grt
Plain, Printed and Opera Flannels:
Cloaks and mantillas. .'the latest stvlos, fri
low priced to very rch, in great variety:
Chenille Shawil and Sc erfS, and almost eve
description, front low priced to very line quality;
A large asgortment of Linen Clo ha.all coulrs,
Cloaks and Mantillus;
Mourning Goods, of every style, suitable for t
Hlooj Skirt-, every style and quality used
Corsets, French and Railroad.
Of all kinds, and a f.ir assertment ..f Frersh Wor
ed Collars, Sleeves, ands, Flouneings, EInbro
ered Skirts, llandkercbiefs, luraits' Waists, Wur
ed Edgin-,and Inr-eincs.
Gloves, of all kin.h., for Ladies, Cents and Boy
Flannels, large assortment, all prices snd quc
lerino Vests, for Ladies, Children and Gents.
All styles Cassimers, Doeskins, Corduroys,. S
inetts. Tweeds, Plain and Plaids ; Kentnecky .ea
Carolina Jeans; Merino Casvimers, for Childre
Plaids aud Rob Roys. for Children, &c.
Largest assortment and greatest variety of Ph
tation and Servants' goods in the eity. compris
the most dura'le Goods in the mark, tin the w
of Kerseys, White and Prown Plains, heavy Twil
Linseys, Osnahurgs and Stripes, llunmespuns, Piaii
Negro Blankets, White and Grey;
Fancy " (r every descriptien.
Bed Blankets, from a small Crib Blanket t4
very large and superior Blarnket.
As we have but one price, oeur Go-Ade will be I
fered at the lowest pricmt, whtck we guarnutee
be as low as any in the Southern country. O
system not only compell,. us to sell our Goods
the lowest prices, but it also protects the bu'
from paying over marke t price, as he inv'ariatl
does. where there is an asking acnd a taking pri,
All Orders will receive our personal and pretu
attention, and our best judgmoet in exeecuting the
BROOM & NORRELEJ
A ueusta Sept. 30. tf. 38.
CORNER UNDER GLOBE HIOTE:
J'C. DEM~ING has now in Storo his
s tire Stock of F A L~ L and W iN T E
GOOD)S, being.thie rnost complete ever offe'r
and at lower prices to eash and prompt paying ec
tomers. Among which will be found
SILK DRESS GOODS.
The greatest variety that ccim be found in the Ci
The Robe a Quil'e, Robe a Volacntz, Beyedere. (t'
uize stripe,) Velentres, Poplins and side Stripe
varying in price f'reom $20 tic $60 per Robe.
Also, Solid Colored SI LKS, in every shas
with RIB~BONS and V ' LVETS for Side Stripe
all of whidh are entrey new and conficned styles
Boiled Biack SILKS, warranted to main ain thc
WOOL DRESS GOODS
In eery variety, emnbr:.cing Redee a Quille, 1-ec
dere, Vulantz, vet., wiith the usual sryles and qu:
EMBROIDERS ad LA CE GOOI')S, m<
eomplete, and at a lower rates than ever befe
S H A W L 5,
Square tine Long, for Gents, Ladies and Cl
dren; Moeurning to Full I )res<,. from 25 ee'nte
$20. A large variety of' CII EN ElLE, with PIla
and Figunredl Centre-.
MANTILLAS AND COLLARS
From $2 Cloth, to $tic Velvet. Pa ctieuuar atte
tion has been patid to them, being rnade full acid
the best Velve t.
Also, Children's and Miuses' Clhak,, Meerina
Cobergs, Cashmcers and Mhuslin Dtebains or
French, F'nglish and American Solid and Figut
Children's DRESS GOOD.4, of Wool ancd Si
New and1 conlinedl styk-s MOURNING GOOI
*KERSEYS A~iD BLANKETS
At lower rates thtan can be plurchtased elsewhe re.,
g" N'.y hounsa is the oncly. once where Geeor
Schley's-watrranted all wool lilling-W 1 I T '
GEORGI \ P'LA INS ean tee had. I hey are t
most desirable atnd econeomcical Goods ever off.:r
to the PI.tetr.
LINSEYS, OS'N A l1tROS, STR IIS, 1I0\l
SPUNS, FLA NNELS, llolERLY, TICKING
&e., in futn vatrity.
Every article that I htave .--hall h,- elred at t
lowest rates po.suible Act examcitcatien solicite
OJ" Orders punctn.tlly and cairefuily attended1
L. C. DEING,
Corner unde'r Globe lIOteI.
Augusta, Sept 14 tf 3
Welsh and Saxony Flanneli
AUG US0. A tA,.
IIAS receive'd front New-Ycork.
Reacl Wesh Flancne!s, warranted not
Superior Saxeony ande Pate.nt k'lannels, of ext
Welsh Gauase and Silk Warp Flannels ;
Heavy Shaker Flann,:ls, oh' superior style at
Heavy Whctr- U nrmetic FI:mnne's, at low price:
Superor Redl Flannels. ror servancts, at very Io
The public aro respect ully requested to call at
examine the assortcment.
Augusta Sept. 30. tf. ' 38.
H AS just tcecived front New Yortk, Entglie
Velvet autd Brue' la C AR PETS, of rich at
elegant stiles. -A L.SO '
Three P'ly andi Ingrain CA RPETS, of ttew at
beautiful p. tte'rns. to whi ch he: reeecttuliy invite
the attetenc of thce pubi.:.
Sept. 16 18 tf 3G
COME GENTLEYIEN, TIREAT? !!
W HEN you eo toe Ihamburg yo'u can~ get go.
eating at Da. ('UNNIsocA Ms, at the Ameri
can Jiotel,. and GOOD DRINKING at the bar
Our House, whichi is attueleg-l to the llhtel, ani
under the supervision of the Subscribe'r.
JO0 N C. BOfILER.
Hamburg, Sept. 30 6m 38
WINDOW SHADES & CARPETING
-.-FNE supply of Window SHADES an
Fixtures. Also, a let of CARPETING us
e tf:7 M . 33
AUGUSTA, GA- r
A eeived by the lsit scteamer from New
1 York. Ladies' Rich S;lk Chun3.e ,ll A W L, r
of sp. ld id styles ;
I.adies' Extra Silk Chenille SCARFSt
Ladies' Stella B.rdered SlA % LS, of beauliful -
Li :1609Saxony Plaid I.Oung S lAW LS, of extra
T Ladies' Scoteh Plaid and French Woolen Shawls. r
: or new and heautiful stylesi
Lidie& Chenille and Saxony Plaid MOURNING
Sept. 16 1857 if 36
H AR received by tho last steamer from New
York, a full supply of LAtdic' French EM
-h BIRol'ERIES, of the latcat Parish styles, among
a- which are
do I adie-' Trimmed Lnce and Muslin COLLARS
ur and IJ N DERSLEEVES, in seuts, of new and e!o
Ladice Embroidered IIANDKERCIIEFS, of
new and be-intiful ptterns -,
ll Ladies' Embroideted COLLAU S, of elegant
a- Ladi Embroidered Caibric COLLARS, of
beaiilul sty!es, and sone at very low porices;
at Ladies' Embroidered CAI'n, and lints Emn
broidered Frock WAISTS;
].adies' French Lawn 1LAND )KERCIIIEFS aind
11m Dimlity Banlds.
Sept. it; 1857 tf .6
ry - - -
French and English Prints,
hle ATGlSTA, GA.
.\kS just reeived froin New York, a iarge
suppilv of French and English PIlNTS, of
new and beautiful desins.
k- A full supply of Merrime anl other styles of
i AmerCiai PRINTS.
k- All of whicl are suitable for the present 'Cason,
and warranted inst colors.
, Seit. It; 18'7 tf 3C
i. Rich Dress Silks.
WVILLIAI M 511 EAR,
A UG USTA, GA.
AS jut re:eived from New York. Ladies'
it- Dress SILKS, of new and spliendid styles;
., Piain Black SILK, for Ladies'Mourning Dresses.
Ladies' Printed Cashiiere and l~e'aiic ROBES,
or beautiful styles.
'n- To which the attention of the public is respect
ng full) invited.
ay Sept. 16 1857 tf 36
DYE & LATASTE,
Warehouse a n d Commission
ESPECTFULLY announce to their friends
and the public generally, that they have formed
)a a conneetion in the above business, and have leased
th-. FIRE PROOF WAREIOUSE of Col. Clan
3f- ton-North side of Reynolds street, recently occu
to pied by Mr. George L. Anderson.
ur From their long experience, they flatter them
at selves that they will be enable to give entire satis
-er faction to those who rosy favor thema withi consign
113 ments of COTTON or other produce.
S Tieeir prompt personaul attention will be given to
m Ordersifor IlAGING, RUPE, &c.,'ind purchasing
'of f:anily supplies at lowest maarke t pric, s. A lso to
the. forwairding of Goods coiisigned to our friends ini
- the interior.
Liberal Canh advances made, when desired by
Our charges will be the same as those of other
,houses of the City engaged in the smane bausness.
.IA M S M. )Y E,
ANDIRW G. LATASTE.
A ugusta, A ug 10 tf 31
R BEALL & STOVALL,
- Warehouse a n d Commission
M E RCH A NTS,
SReynold, between .Jael:,on and Melntosh Streets,
all AUGUSTA, GA.
~1Elhave removed to, Metealf's LARGE
Ie, '.'NE~W FIlREPROOF WAREIIOUTSE. on
- Reynold, between Jlackson and McIltosh Sta eets,
-recently occupied by Gilham, & Askin, in the
ai '3entre of the City, in the vicinity of the pirinicipli
Warehouses, and convenieint to the llotels.
Being amiply provided with good safe Storaxre for
-Cotton, (Graini, Flour, Bacon,
-A nd PROIIUCE ginerally, we respectfully salict
consignmntns, which shall receive our undivided
andl faithful aittentiion.
re PAXII SUPPIES, and th-- usual facilities.
will be allrrdedI cuistomers.
. 50rOur Commissions wil be such as are eus
Etonmary in the e ty. WM. M. HE A LL,
n A ugusta, An u-ut 20 2m 31
CLARK & C0,
of AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
3OW oflfer for sale their splendid new stoek of
m,. SILVER WARE, of all kinds-Tea Sets,
all Pitehers.Castors, Waiters. Goblets, Tumblers. Cupa.
Forks, Spoons, Ladles, Pastry, Cake, Dessl-rt and
ed IButter Knives.
Shetlield PLATED WARE--first quiality of
ilk goods in Castors. Cake Baskets, Walters, Caudle
)SBirminghiam and American PLATED WARE,
very showvy, and at low lrices.
GOLD WATCIIFES, of all good makers-Cooper,
l )ent. Toabias. ur-ley & .Jahnson, Engzlish, makers;
K i rdietting. M~atiae. Swiss maikers ; anal dunes .Jur
segnsn of Copenhianen
eSI LVER WATOIlIlE in great variety ; quick
Ibeat IRailrad Watches, large size.
E- ltieh D~niaond, Coral. Cameio and Maosaic IW
F, ERY, all the inewest styles, wiith, a large stock of
Staple anad Fancy G.OO I ), at their store, Post'
lie Otile Coner. opprosite the Railroad Banik.
d. Augusta, Feb. 4 1857 tf 4
F LUMEI & LEITNER,~
- AUGUSTA, GA.
r 1Eatetion of the public is invited to our
Stock~ of CROICE UNADULTERATEL)
toA nid all rther articles in our l.ne. We feel assured
that no llouse in the South can '.tyer a S'oek supe
ra rinor to uurs in genuilenass and purity. All our
Offiemal prepa:ratioans are imade in strict accordance
with the formiularies of the U. S. Pharmaceopia,
ad with the best nmaterials. and by the proper weights
and meiarsures. Our Stock of
2DENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Is full, anad we have unequalled arrangemnents for
dopening additional supplies at the shortest notice.
Feeling confident that we ean furnish our ens
tomners with the Best A rticle, on reasonatble
-terms, we respectfully solicit aorders, and pledge
ourselves to fill them with fidelity arid despateh.
P'LUMRd & LEITNER,
Late D. B. Plumeb 4- Co.
Au.usta, Ga.. A pril 13, 9mn 14
dHARDWARE, CUTLERY, &o,
.1 Broad Street, Auigusta, Ga.
S OllN & TilOM AS A. BON ES, invite the at
CI tention of the Planters of South Cairolina, to
their staock of Swedes I roin importe~d by then,
-direct fromn Swedean-A lSO-refIinedI English and
She.et Iron Mill Irons. Lead, Ciapper, Zine, Carpen
Iterus and Smaith~s Tls, Cast. Bli-ten and Ploiw stell,
Trace, Wagon. Lug aiid Coil Chains, Iron Axels,
ftHoes, llames, A xes, Nails and at full assortment of.
Azso-A large assortment of the moost approved p
Such asSelf-sharpening Straw Cutters, Corn Shel- a
lers, Wheat Fans, Plo'e a, Harrows, Ox Yokes, &c.
t And the largest and best assortment of Rodgers &
Son.. CUTLERY, ever of'ered in this Market.
Aungusta- Dan. 2, 1AKA, 47f
HAMUIRG ADV. RTISEMENTS.
HAMBURG, S. C.
I'HE Subscriber respectfully announces to his
friends and the publie generally that he has
ented the old and well-established Ilouse known 1
s the CAROLINA 11OTEL, recently occupied by .
ois A. MAr.s, and is now prepared to flrnislh in
mnple accontiodations to all who favor him with Al
The liouse and furniture has recently undergone ta
n entire renovation, and every requisite arrange- A
sent to promote the conlrt and happiness of my (I
uests has been made. It is my intention to make
he CAROLINA a FIRST CLASS IIOTEL, and
ny every exertion will be in view of this object. D
My TABLE shall receive particular attention,
mnd the best the market aflbrds will be furnished
n abundance. Attentive SERVANTS will always
)c readiness to obey the behests of those who may E
all on mne.
By the first of October I will have my N E W
3 T A B L E S erected, and will then lie better pre
ared for the accommodation of Horses. 21
r7Families visiting Hamburg or Augusta will
Ind the " Carolina Hotel" all that they can p is- T
I A liberal share of public encouragement is
2arnestly solicited. JOHN LYON.
Hamburg, Sept 23 tf '0 T
TO THE PUBLIC,
Sfle Uniersigned havina sold the American J
ll.otel to G. C. CUNNINGHAM & CO.,
take this occasion to return titr thanks to the pul- I
lie generally for the liberal patronage bestowed
u1pot us. and would solicit the same for its present i
0. 11. P. SCOTT & CO. I
llamburg, May 30, 1857.
TIAMBURG, S. C.
rfll R Subseribers take this opportunity of in
I forming their friends and the public generally
that they havt- boulit the abuve lOTEL, an.d
are havin.g it refitted in the best possible style fur
their reception. We flatter ourselves that every
nece.sary arrangite t haus beeni made to promote
the comfort of all who favor us with their company.
Our ROOMS are airy and confortably furnished;
SERVANTS atttntve and obedient. And our
TABLE will lie euntntly supplied with the best ]
the season afforids. Our fricnds may therefore rest
satisfied that every ex-ri n will be cheerfully ren- e
dered to make their-ujourn pleasant and agreeable. ti
There will he in atteandatee a GOOD OSTLER,
and llorses left in our charge will receive particu
M-Persons arriving at this House niay feel as
sured that their b:igguage will he proiptly sent,
f-cee of charge. to the Carulina or to either of the a
We solicit a share of the patronage of those visit
ing our Tow n. G. C. CUTNNINGIIAM,
MARY S. CUNNINGHAM,
Ilambur4, June 1, 1857, ly 21
TO THE PUBLIC,*
CIEAP CASH STORE !
CIIEAP CASH STORE !
CHEAP CASH STORE I
LOOK FOR IT,
LOOK FOR IT,
LOOK FOR IT,
Under the American Hotel, Hamburg.
Under the Amerl'can Hotel, Hamburg.
Under the American Hotel, Hamburg. e
~TE have recenutly opened a NEW and SPLEN
VTDID Stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, &c., &c.
Also, an excellent assortment of DOMESTICS, to
which we call the attention of all who visit this
Come and look for yourselves! We are satisfiedt,
that the prices and quality of Goods will give
satisfactiont. Dont forget to look for thet
CHEAP CASH STORE,
Unider the A merican Uotel.
llamburg, Sept 22, 3m 37
RURRA FOR NICARAGUA !s
T]1Elf Undersigned begs leave to inform the
.1'ub-lic ht they are opening a very larges
and well selected Stock ot
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, 1
BOOTS, Sll10ES, TRUNKS. UMBRELLAS, &c.
Also, a splendmid assortment of DOlESTICS,-all
of which will be sold at a low prtice for Cash.
07" Give us a trial-it u'ill be to your- owrn in
terest ! SION &; I&K OUCH.
Hamburg, S. C., Sept 2:1 3m 37
ITAVINGlbeen employedl by Messrs. SIBLEY
1& USl1ER to supierintend their- interest in
the Cottoaa Trn de, I hope to share at libieral
portiotn of the Trade that comies to our Market.
I now return my sincere thanks to the Planters
of Edzedild, Abbeville, Laurens atid Newberry
Districts, for the liberal patronage that I have re
eeived fronm thteir hands, anid hope to merit a con- I
tinuance of thte same sanme.
I give the very IIIGIIEST PRICES for Cotton
and other prodn-e. All I wanit is a shmowina, anid
I will buy R1. L. GENTRY. '
Ilamiburg, Sept 22 t ti 1
,TilE GSubsriber begs leave to ..r.
inform the public thait lie has in
Store, ait te Stanid o-t-npied by him the tlast sea
nt, a WELIl, SE~LECTED) Stock of Planiters'
Supplies. Lonsistinig of
Mus-aelad aind Pati toe Iien SUGTO.\ RS;
Sm art's 11. It. & C. SofIL
" Crushed "i
l iltiimor-e Re.finery of samie rpmihity
ialOLA SSKtS, Ilhids., Tierces an-1 lHarrels;
Ri-s:imd .lava COFFEE;~l
I RON aill sizes, anid 10L LOW WA R E;
BAGGING, IROPE and TWINE;
Gunny CluthI, a heavy article;
Osnabur-gs anid Stripes;
7.8 anid 4-4 A ugustat Goods;
SA LT. very large Saicks;
50 11hds. BtACON SIltES;
1II " SIlOULDE)JRS:
SOAlP, CAN L ES, ST A RCI, &ec, &c*., all --
sf which will be sold on accoimmiodating termts to
"" Orders solicited andi promnpttly attne-d to.
A. BURNSIDE. -
I~iwrnu, June 6 tf 22 f
PELLETIER & CO. ]
UEALERS IN a
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, i
IIANIBURG, S. C.,
SR E receiving their stupplies foe the Stunmer
antd Fall Trade, conisisting of
)rgs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, -
Colours, Spices, Brushes, Glass, soaps, ]
Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Ih
ALL ARTICLES C
enrally found in their line of hunsiness. .
g~ Planters, Merchants, Phlysicians and( all
ersonts dealitig in our line will finid it to their itn
rest to give us a call as we are determined to sell
the VERY LOWEST RICES.
cOr'Plantters can rely uponi havIng their muem- v
randums 111k-ei with the BEST OF ARTICLES, .r
rd put, up in packages to suit their convenience. it
A. J. PE~LLET1ER d& CO. a
-Next door to A. Burnside. Ti
1ambu=.nrg 1!.. -~ Cm 27
FOR LIVER CO AMPLAINT, A
)UBLIC opinion -and Physicians have deci
SARSAPARILLA jhat.. can .b obtainet
redients are well known to Physicians and
EDICINES, when appropriately used, often
iothing more need be said in praise of il
ins in addition to'Sarsaparilla, the hydro-al,
hite Ash. (rey Bread, or Fringe Tree (Chi
'odophyllum,) and Blood' Root (Sauguinaria
AirThose-prfering this Compound Prepa
ENNIS' ALTERATIVE,.OR GEORGIA
For sale at Edgefield C. H. by G. L. PEN2
July 15, 1857.
[EDICAL COLLEGliP OF GEORGU
PIIE Twenty-Sixth' Coure of Lectures in tli
L Institution, will commence on MONDAY, ti
I NOVEMBER next.
Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, G. N. NEW
ON, M. D.
Anatomy, 11. F. CAMPBELL, M. D.
Surgery, .. A. DUGAS, M. D.
Instituteland Practice odedicine, L. D. FOR]
Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Medical Juri
rudence. I. P. GARVIN, M. D.
Obstetrics and Diseases of-Women and Inflan
. A. EVE, M. D.
Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, ii. V. I
IILLER; M. D.
Chemistry and Pharmacy, ALEX. MEAN
Demonstratur of Anatomy, ROBERT CAM
ELL, M. D.
Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, S. D. Sil
Clinical Lectnres will be'delivered in the C
lospita! and at the Jackson:street Ilospital.
Fee for whole Course, $105.
hatriculation Ticket (to be taken once.) $5.
F-r further particulars.. apply to any member
te Faculty, or to 1'P. GARVIN, Dean.
Augusta. Ga.. Sept. 30 1857 5t 3S
Ladies' Dress Goods.
AS received from New York, a large a
IE splendid assortment of Ladies' Dress Goo
umprising a great variety of rich and elegant.
eles for the Fall and Wjnter season, among whi
Rich Faney Silk Bayadere Robes new antd
Rich Bayadere and Striped Glace Fancy Silk
Ladies' Rich Flounced Silk Robes, of beautil
Pl:uin Black Silks, ofextra quality and rich lusti
Superior Black Silks, for Ladies Mourning Dr
es. and Black Satin do Chene;
Superior Valencia Quadrilles, a new and beau
al article for Ladies' Dresses; .
Saxony Plaids, of rich colors, and beautiful sty'
ir Lndies and Misses'-Dresses;
Rich Cashmere and Printed Delaine Robes, w:
Rich Printed Bayadere Mousseline Delaines;
Lupin's small figured Delaines, all wool, of be
iful styles for Children;.
Lupin's French Merinoes and plain Delaines,
e most desirable colors ;
Lupin's Plain White and Blaek Merinocs, of
ra quality ;
Lupin's, Plain Black Mousse'ine Delaines, a
'lain Black and Col'd Challies;
Supterior 4-4 French Print., of new ad beanti
English and American Prints, in a great vari
f styles ;
Ladies' French Embroidered Lace and Mus
sol!ars and Ujnderslceves, in setts ;
Ladies' Embroidered Lawn and Linen Camb
landkerrllie.'s of rich and elegant styles ;
Swiss and Jaetconet Embroidered Insertines a
i~dgings, and Worked Mluslin and.Jaconet Flouw
nr. of beautiful styles;
Rich Valanciennes and Thread Laces, and Ri
aris Ribbons ;
L.adies' Chenille Shawls and Scarrs, of rich a
Lade.'Saxony Plaidland French Shawls, of bei
ful styles ;
Ladies' Stella Shawls, ib a great variety of sty
nd some at very low prices ;
Ladies' Pain Black Tibbet Wool Shawls, w
eavy Silk Fringe
Ladies' Brooche and Stella Scarfs, of beauti
Ladies' IHalf Mourning Brooche Scarfs ;
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet Cloaks and Talnm
oe at very low prices ;
Ladies' Merino and Gause Metino Vests, w
bog and Short Sleeves ;
Ladies' Corsetts, of the most approved styles
Ladies' Cruvelli, Pompadour, Crown Royal a
With a great variety of other articles suitablle
he present seawon, and to all of which the att,-nt,
i the public is respectfully invited.
A ugusta Sept. 30. tf. 3
TIE Exercises of these Aeadem'es will be
isumed on the FIRST MONDAY IN A
?UST, andl will be continued, the Male Dep~
nent under the control of .Mr. J. L. LESLY, ii
lhe Female undcr the control of Mr. J. H1. MO
U, with competent Assistants.
RATES OF TUITION.
n the Male Department, per Session,...$20.
IN TiHE FE3MALE DEPARTMENT PEat sESaiON.
irst Class, Primary Depairtment..........$9
;.econd Class, Ordinary Endlish Branches .12
hird " IIligher branches...........15
outh " Greek, Latin and French,..
usic.... .... .... . ......... .....25
Pupils will be charged from the time of enteri
o the end ofr the Session.
Board can be lhad in the Village at from $8
il0 per~ month. 11. A. STIA W,
See'ry Board of Trustees,
July 22 tf 2
iinegar and Spices for Piekle
'N L. P'ENN, Agent, is now receiving andI I
3 . in Store,
Superioir White PicklIng and A pple Vineg'r ;
White Mustard Seedk;
superior Gr tod Mustard;
White Ginger ;
White Pepper ;
Cloves and Nutme~gs.
LTFor sale by G. L. PENN, A gt.
July 1 if 25
[ S hereby given, that application will be made
thie next Legslature for an act of incorporati,
*r the Dryv Creek Baptist Church.
A ug. 2'J 1857 3m 36
[ S hereby given, that apptlication will be nmade
the Legislature at its next sess:on, for a relen
all the right and interest of the State in the E
teated Property of Charks aMcGregory, decease
JAEs S. IhENDERsoN and hUGtH MCGREGoR.
Aug. 29 1857 3m 36
S h ER EBY GIVEN, that at the next Sessic
.of the Legislaturo application will be miade f
Chrer to incrporate Batik to be established
.igeleld C. 11., to be known as the Banik of Ede
-Id, with a capitil of Two hundred and lifty thoua
Sept 16 3m 36
EFORE me by Spencer Jennings living thr<
n iles East of Richiardsonville, one SOR RE
re COLT, hind feet white, star in the foreheam
d upposed to be about 18 monthts olId. AppraF
at $:35. 'C. ATTA WAY, 3M.E.n.
Sept 23 - 4t.m
NE ACH-ERS are wanted to take charge of hot
deprtm.ents of. then CURRYTON ACAD6
E~S. (Mate and Femala,) fur, the ensuing yeni
sc desiring the .situationi, may do well to appl
mediately ; testiidodials of the most i-eliable clar:
e as to schhir'sship, will be required by th
Utep. . H.AS We.
Ont 6 1857 - . .4W S
ND TO PURIFY THE BLOOD.
led that this is the BEST PIEPARATION of
It sells readily and gives great satisthetion. Its
he people at the South. to be OOD, and GOOD
EFFECT GREAT CURES.
than to publish what it is composed of. It con
.hoholic extract of Queen's Deligrt, (Stillingia.)
nanthius) Tincture of May Apple, or Mandrake,
rtion of Sarsaparilla, should express in their orders
and Drs. A. G. & T. J. TE. GUE.
4 NEW GOODS FOR THE SEASON
), Ehave received duuing the past and present
VT week a VERY LARGE AND WELL
s- SE .CT ED STOCK OF GOODS suitaibe for the
FALL AND WINTER TRADE,
embracing all the novelties of the season.
The LADIES are respectfully solicited before
making, their purchases, to examine our large essort
s ment of
DRESS GOODS, BONNETS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, &C..
P- which comprises the latest variety in styles and e
bign, having been selected by both or us in person
d- from the most choicestocks of the Northern markets.
Among our stock may be found
ty Rich Bilaek and Colored Silk ROBES.
t " " Byadere SI LKS.
" " " SILKS, Run Roundsand
of Rich mourning plaid and striped SILKS,
Fancy " " "
" Plain Black SILKS of all grades,
" Black SATIN for Dresses,
" Solid Colored SILKS,
Printed DRLAINSof all hues and qualities,
" Solid Colored D&LA INS.
Striped and plaid COBURG CLOTHS,
Black DELAINS, Alpaccas, Bombazines, Eng
lish and FI-enci CRAPES,
Scotch and American GINGHAMS,
French, Enalish and American PRINTS,
Iandsome Uheneal and Stella SlIA WLS,
Plaid " "
CLOAKS and TALMAS,
. Cheneal and Marino SCARFS,
- ) Cruvelli, Steel and Brass Spring SKIRTS,
do do for MiEses,
. French and English M ERINOES,
Real Lace Setts,
ti Block and White Crape ani Muslin do
French and Scotch worked Collars,
es Embroidered and 11emnstitched 11andkerchiefs,
Mlourning " "
th IlOSIERI, GLOVES, BELTS, ELASTICS, &c
A beautiful assortment of Silk and Straw BON
U- NETS, trimmed.
of - . . ..
FOR HOUSE KEEPERS.
Our Stock is full of Linen, Bleached and Brown
d SIIEETINGS, Pillow Casings, Towelings, Nap
kins, &c., and
ful FOR THE PLANTERS,
We have a large Stock of BLANKETS, KER
tSigYS, OSNA BU RGS, SIIOES, &c.
in Alsoa good assortnment of Saddlery, Isats, Shoes
rie . j TU ST I N,
a pretty L~ot of Bhoots and Slippers with heels, for
d Ladies and Mlisses.
e- COME AND SEE THEM !
oh BLAND & BUTLER.
Edgefield, C. II. Oct. 6th 1857, tf 30
W7 Tire Friends of Capt. II. BOULWARFi
krespectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sherifi
ith of Edgefield District at the next election.
THlE friends of Capt. LEWIS UOVAR, res
upectfully announce himi as a candidate for Sherif
of Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
as, The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., o
ithIhamburg, in the upper part of the District, respect.
fully announce him as a enudidato for Sheriff o
adEdgefield District at the next election.
ndThe friends of Co. WM. QUATTLEBUM res
or pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sherif
on of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
& We are authorized to announce LEWIli
. JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sherifftof Edgefield District.
e- f'f The friends of Mr. JAMES SPANN, rec
ispectfully nomninate him as a Candidate for Cicri
id of Edgetield District, at the next electionm.
R- j TrE Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAI~
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Cleri
00 of Edgefield District at the next election.
97 Trus Friends of Col. S. HARRISON re
00 spectftully announce him as a Candidate for Clerli
00 of Edgelld District, at the ensuing election.
f f~J Trm Friends of JACKSON COVAR re
00 spect fully announce him as a Conrdidarte for Clerl~
ngof Edgefield District at the ensuing election.
Ef The friends of Mr. F. M. NIChIOL~AS re
to spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerh<
of Edgenecld District at the ensuing election.
:v Wie are authorized 1,y the friends of Mr.
- EDMUND PENN, to nominate him as a Candidate
5, fo'r Clerk of Edigefield District at the ensning c
[g The frien~ds of Mr. LEWIS COLEMAN
respecctfumlly anrnounce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edlgetield District at the next election.
E* The 1< riends of Capt. E. W. HORN, re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the ensuing elec
i? The friends of Capt T H EOPHIILUS D EA N
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for re
- election to the oflice of Tax Collector of Edgefield
District, at the cnstuing election.
to & The Friends of Mr. CIIA R LES CA RT ER
m respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgetield District, at the next election
- W The Friends of Mr. CHIAS. M. M AY, res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Col
to ector of Edgefieldi District at the next election.
se gr Tus Friends of Mlaj. JOHN C. LOVE
"- LESS respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
'Tax Collector of Edgetield District at the ensuing
- WThe friends of STARLING TURNER, an
nounce him a candidate for Tax Collector at the
a ensuing election.
' OW Thre Friends of Mr. M. IV. LYLES respect
fully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Collee
.tor of Edgefield at the next election.
57 We are authoriked by the friends of WV. F.
- DURISOE, Esq., to nominate him as a Candidate
for re-election to the Oflice of Ordinary of Edge
efield District, at the ensuing election.
ifThe friends of Capt. E. B. FORREST, re
-spectftully anrrnounce him as a Candidate for Ordi
nary of Edgefiei District at tire next election.
i TS hereby glven, thait PERLE SCIiLLER, wife
- .I of A BRAIIAh SCHIILLER, Mercbauit rei.
.ding in the Town of f lamiburg, intends to become
a Sole Trader, within one month fiom this date.
B PERLE X SCIIILLER.
Witness, Tuios. P. Maanrur, mark
Hambang,.sent. 30 4tF
W. R. & T, S .HUDSN
A RE nisw receiving aht"their .Store: And b the
lMsonie & dd Follows, Han), e-it GE
and well tek-eted Stock of excelent
E AFALL AND WINTER0008
Comprising a magnilieent variety of EVEfty-iR
TICLE usually kept in a complete VillagnuStorii
consisting in part of a full variety of
Of the most chaste and fashionable designs, of all
qualities, and at the LOWEST PRICES.
Black Gros de Rhine SILKS;
" Satin Striped "
English and German MERINOES;
Cashmere and Broche DELA INES;
Fine French Plaid
Black and Colored Aliiaes:
" " do, silk finish;
Fine French Bombazine ;
Challies. black and colored;
French Chambrays, &c.;
English, French, Scotch and Domestie. GING
Holy's English PRINTS;
Fine French "
Merrimae and Cocheco PRINTS;
Furniture Chints, &e.
Swiss and Jaconet MUSLIN
Bishop and Victoria lawns;
Striped and Plaid Swiss and Jaconet;
Hoop SKIRTS, plain and Skeleton;
Plain and Embroidered SKIRTS;
Brass Hoops, whalebone, &c., for Skirts;
Stella and Cashmere SHAWLS; -
Embroidered Merino "
Swiss and Jaconet Collats and Sleeves;
"4 "4 " in setts;
Jaconet and Swiss Edgings and Tnsertings;
Smyrna and Cotton Laces and Edgings;
Ladies' Plain and Embroidered L. C. Ilankere'fs.
Reveri Hem-stiched "
Ladies' and Childrcn Cotton Hose, white and
Ladies' Kid and Silk GLOVES;
" Lace Mitt., long and short;
"t Wool and Cotton Gloves;
Dress Trimmings, Fringes, Gimps, &c-.
Velvet Trimmings, all widths ;
Bleached and Brown 9HIRTING:
SHEETINGS, all widtbs;
" Linen Table Cloths
Scotch, Russia and Hluekabnek Diapers
Plain, Fringed and bordered Towels;
Cotton Diapers and Damasks;
Black and Colored CASSIMERES;
Satinetts, Kentucky JEANS. plain and faney;
Gents Black and fancy Silk Cravats and Ties,;
Kid, Silk, Wool and Thread Gloves, &c., &c.
A large and splendid assortment of
BOOTS, SIOES, HATS, CAPS, &ce
A complete and well assorted Stock of
Hardware, Crockery, Glassware,
SUGAR, COFFEE, TVA, CHEESE, SODA,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, MARTINGALES, WHIPSi &C. -
All of which will be sold at VERY LOW
FIGURES, and on good terms.
g All we ask Is an examination of our Stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
A liberal share of public patrenage is solie'ted.
W. IL & T. S. HUDSON.
CgN. B.-Groceriea sold entirely for cash.
Oct 7 tf ' 39
CII RI ST I E & H U R L B ER.T.
T ESuscribers offer for sale at the .old stand
ToE R.ub Sullivan, a CHOICE celisi of
Carriages, Rockaways, Boggles,~
And all other articles in their line. They jiave
made arrangements to keep -their House ptupplied
with the BEST ARTICLES, from -the BEST.
Factories in the' United'States., which they will
sell LOW FOR .CASH,' or for good.papegois
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES 'of every den~
cription will be furnished to order on short- notice.
* S. CH RISTIE,
April 22 . .tf * 15
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
I HEREBY give public notic, that a Bounty
ILand Warrant, issued in my name, from the
INension Office, at the City of Wnshington:, on the
II ith .lune A . D. 1855, for 120) acres, under the Acet
of 3d Marc-h A. .)., 1855. No. 2260, and sent to
.\bner Perrin, at Ed.efield C. I., Southi Carolina,
for my services iti the ut ar of 1812, with Great
l3ritniun, hats never been received, assigned, trans-'
ferred or sold by me; and I hereby declare my
intention to apply. at the earliest day, to the Comn
missioner of Pensions for a Duplicate of such War
rant. - W'.l. TOMPKINS.
Witness, .TosEPHt ABINEY.
Sept 16 6t 36
STATE OF souTH CAROLINA,
BY W. F. D)URISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield.
Whereas,.John K. Jackson hath applied to me for Let- -
ters .f Admainismration on all and singular the goods
and elhattles, rights and credits of Francis M..Jennimgs
Iair. of the District aforesaid, decesed.
lese are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
sinrular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ed.~to be and appear before me,at our next Ordinary's
Conet for the said District, to be holden at Edgifieki
C. H, on the 2'h dlay of October inst., ,to show
cause, i fany, why the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this 13th day of .Oct.
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred'
and fifty-seven and in the 82nd year of American
Indepenence. W F. DURISOE, O. E. Di.
October 14 2t 40
TIIE STATE OF SOUTH CAROIJNA,
IN ORDINARY.-- -
Richard Gregoty, PIi~rPr
John Gregory and others.
'T appearing to my satisfaction that John Grego
Nry, Esther Rankin, wife of David Rankin,de
ceased, John Rankin and Ia wife Harriet, Sha
drack Dleas and his wife Ceily, Defendants inthe
above stated ease, reside without the limits of this
State, It is therefore ordered, that they do appear
and object to the division or sale of the reals estate
of Saraht Gregory, dee'd., on or before the 23d day,
of December next, or their consent to the same
will be entered of record.
W. F. DURISOE, o a~n.
Ordinary's Office, Sept30. 1857. 12te39
A LL persons indebted to the 'Estate of 5.-5.
Holmes, dee'd., arc requested to make pay
ment at an early date, and those having any de
mands against the Estate are hereby notified to ren
der thenm in forthwith properly attested.
S.IIOLM ES, A dm'r.
Aug~ 12 5m' 31
A LL Persona indebted to the Estate of Di. K.
Me il aling, dee'd., are requested to settle with
out delay, and those having derifuds agatinst the
Eattae must present them properly attested by the
second Monday in January next, or their said
claims will be excluded, as a final settlement will,
be made in the Ordinary's Office on that day. .
J. P. MIEALING, Adlm'or.
JulyS om - 26
A LL person- having demands against thieEstate
Aof Sarah Gregory, deced., are. requested' to
render in their accounis properly attested without'
delay, and those indebted MUST maike payment
by or before Return Day next, otherwise they wdil
necessarily be compelled to settle with an attorney
May 6 tf 17
1Mountain Dew Whisktey.
I A M now receiving on Co.nsignmnent from Green
vilyle District, a few barrels putre aweet Ma .
WH ISKEY-said to be fsoni the bestDis'li
the State. Call in and examine.'.
S. L. BOWR8,
Ubmar, MaY 27 ' tf+
C OTI'ON PLANTATION,
The subscriber i#lMre foar sal,. that VA LrTA ULE
COTTON PLANTATION Lnown as the McCil
l1ughl1 place. containiag EIGTi HI NlR KD A N )
TIlRl'Y--TIlREK* AND ONE QUARTER
A C HES, lying on the waters of Horn's Creek, seven
miles below Edgetield Court T-ouet, and sixteen
miles from lanburg, and adjoining landsof Wash
ingtin Wise, Mrs. Swearengin, Dr. Hord and Mrs.
On the premises is aTwo Story Dwelling Uouse.
A Is-, an Overseer's House. a large and excellent
Stable, fine Giu House, Screw, &c.
A large portion of the land is in
About two hundred and fifty acres cleared and in
cultivation. The-balanee in, brier patches and pine
thickets, which were never much worn. Captain
Ryan, the first proprietor, w.orked. a large force on
the place.. Since .Aiute.the. furce employed on it
has been comparatively small, and the fences have
been moved in until a
Large and the best portion
of the land has been surrendered to the briers and
There is a good proportion of the land
which are exceedingly productive.
The quality of the land can be judged of from
the growing crop which has been made, with bad
seasons, under unfavorable circumstances, and with
out one ounce of nanure of 4ny kind.
The location is remarkably healthy. The pres
ent Tenant has not lost a single day's work from
sicknesa this year. The neighborhood is as desira
ble as any person could wish.
There is no place in the District of equal health,
so convenient to market, and so desirably located,
as suitable for making large Cotton crops as this.
Comparatively, a very few acres planted in the
branch bottoms will make an abundant supply of
provisions for the plantation. S S TOMPKINS.
Edgefield C. H., S. C., Sept. 5th, 1857. tf. 35.
Horn's Creek Land for Sale,
THE Subscriber offers for sale his. excellent
iTract of Land. formerly belonging to Mr. L.
S. Johnson. containing 412 Acres, and ad
joining lands of A. Lindsey, Jas. It. Griffin and B.
Bettis. Two hundred acres of this Tract are under
fence, afd most of it in a fine state or cultivation
the balance, well-timbered oak, hickory and pine
lands. This land is very productive, in attestation of
which fact an examination of the present crop is
solicited. There are on the premises a comfortable
Dwelling House, Gin House and Screw, and all re
quisite outbuildings. Terms, very reasonable.
Sept 30 3t US
HORN'S CREEK LAND
FOR SALE. -
T HE Subceriber, intending to make a change in
his business on the first of January next, offers
for sale his Plantation situated four and a half miles
South of Edgefield C. H1., on the road leading to
Three Hundred and Fifty-six Acres.
The improvements, consisting of a good Dwelling
House and all ordinary plantation buildings, are in
good order. The place is well watered, having
several good Springs on the premises, and an ex
cellent well in the yard.
Those wishing to purchase will do well to call
and examine for themselves as this section of coun
try offers inducenietits to cotton-growing inferior to
none in South Carolina.
Os7 A bargain may be had by applying soon.
J1. L. ADDISON.
Sept 2 tf 34
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
TpHIE Subscriber being still desirous of making
Ia change in his business, oflfers at private
sale, his VALUABLE TRACT OF L AND. located
on the public road, three miles from Edgelield C.
H., and containing,
Fifteen hunmdred and forty~four Acres.
A mInute description of these Lands is deemed
unnecessary-suffice it to say, they are well adapt
ed to the culture of Cotton, Corn and small grain.
The place is well watered, every field containing a
sufliciency of running water, and a good supply of
most excellent springs. It has between two and
three hundred acres of low grounds, together with
a large portion of fresh lands, cleared within thes
last four or five years, and now in a high state of
cultivation. A large portion. of this Tract abounds
in NA TIVE FO0R E S T, covered with a heavy
growth of timber.
Thme imuprovements are good-the most of the
builditngs have been lpnt up in the last few years.
An excellent opportunity is now offered to pecr.
sons wishing to purchase a splendid settlement.
The above land will be sold in a body, or if de-.
sired, I will divide it to suit purchasers. I will
take leasutre in showing the land.
gg Terms made easy and accommodating.
JOHN HI. HOLL[NGSWORT'H.
P. S. I will also sell, nmy Villageitunimproved
Lots, adjoining the Odd Fellows' & Masonic build
ing, and fronting the public square.
Sept23 lit 37
Plantation for Sale,
riHE subscriber offe.rs for saule his plantation
Icontaining aibout 6 5 0 A c r e s, lying on
Beech Creek, near thme Ridge Road.
There are two Settlements on the Land-one
good Corn Miill, nearly new-about two hundred
acres in cnltivatio.n, pairt of which is very excell, nt
Cotton land, and a smiall portion of rieb, swamp,
well drained, and now in eultivation. The crop
will show its quality.
There is an abundance of fine timbher, plenty of
water in every field. and a publ e Road through the
entire length of the Tract.
Ri. VA RD.
Sept 30 tf 38
Ridge Land For .Sale.
ToerfrSale my VALUABLE COTTON
.I PLATATlION. containing about Five
liundred Acres, lying on the Edgefield and
Colamnbia Road. -
On it is a tine one Story House, with basement,
and a plenty of out buildinmgs of every kind, all new.
And to every field there is a good new gate well
painted, and a plenity of water; also, a plenty of
ine Grapes, an Orchard, Shrubbery &e., and an
abundance of tine timmber and good drinking water.
Call and examine-1 know you will be pleased.
Sept. 30 tf 38
T U!E undersigned oll'ers fot sale his plantation
sittuated 11 miles fronm Hamburg, containing
S50 Acres, 201) acres of the Land now under
entivation. 100 acres of Swampj Land, wivah~l
will make from 40 to 50) Bushels Corn to the acre.
The Land is lying on Little llorse Creek and ad
joining Latnds of A. Rtambo, Sidney Wise and
On the place is a good comfortable two story
Dwelling, with all the necessary out Houses, also
Gin House, (aw and Grist Mill, all worked by wa
ter power. On the place is to be found plenty of
wood and timber.
Terms made known by applying to
Hamburg, Aug. 19 1857 2m 32
A Rare Chance!.
T HIE Subscriber wishing to remove to the South
West, oflfers for saile his BJEAUTTIFUL
HOUSE A ND LOT in the Town of Graniteiille.
A s an inducement to purchasers to come and see
for themselves, lie would state that the Lot with all
its improvements, consisting of a Two Story Dwell
ing Hlouse, built after the most improved style of
architecture, niently tinishied ad plastered through
out, a Kitchen with two aipa.rtments, a Well of ex
cellent water, can be bought for Cash. or on a credit
till the first of Octobmer niext, for less than the origi
nal cost of the Dwelling H ouse alone.
A. P. NORRIS.
Grniteville, June 15, tf 23
A LL Persons having denmands against the Es
tate of the late Capt. John Lipscomb, are re
quested to present them properly attested to the
Exetmrs-an~d all personsa ;ndebted are informed
that iaznediate payment is demanded.
JA S. N. LIPSCOMBI, A'ors.
J. B. LIPSCOMB.'
Mr 3 lyr 8