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- A3. K ,DVEUT.SEMEN's.
1ICKEY & PHIBBS,
RE now opeing a VE R Y LARGE and WELL
- -SELECTE .D'Stock ofS
.al- and Winter flry Goods,
To which thev respectfully solicit attentiour com.
prising as it doo, every article usually found in a
fIrst1ass IIonse, and at prices as Low as anY
olu he South.
The'Uadies csec ially -pre invited- to cll and ex
arinne our DRESS GOODS before purchasing.
Our farge Stock of SILKS; DRESS GOODS,
8HAAWLS, &c... is pauionlarly fne, embracing
-vey article in their line, and all of the latest and
newest styles, viz: - . -
Plain-Black Gris du Rhine SILKS;...-.
."- - Gros du Naples ."
" " Bischol .
Black Brocades, Satin Stripes and Plaids;
FadeyPI:ils. Stripes and CIIENIES.;
Rich Stitin Plaids and Stripes;
Rich Colored BROCAI)ES;
* Very Rich Flunced ROBES;
Marceinie-s, Flounces, &c., &c., all colors;
French Merinoe", Black and Colors;
English and Germain Merinoes;
Cobburg Cloths, very fine. everyshade;
Plain and Printed Llama Cloths; -
Cashmere and Browhe Nlaines;
Manchester Printed " .
Plain Detuines, all shades, l2c. per yard ;
Black and Col'd Alpacas;
.. - d Silk Warps;
Boambazines, Canton Cloths;
CH-ItLIES, Black and Colored;
POPLUSS,.Plain, Plaid, and Striped;
Valentia Stripes and Plaids;
Brilliants, Plain -White and Solid Colors;
"6 Chintz Colors; .
French Chambrays, and Chambries, Colors;
English, French Scotch and Domestic GING.
Hoyle's English PRINTS;
Fine. Frenc "
lerritnac and Cocheco PRINTS;
Furniture Chintzem, &c
Swiss and Jaconet Mituslins;
Sptted and Fig'd Swisses;
Striped and Plaid "
o " a JACONETTS;
Marcalias, a fine article;
HoopSk:rts, Qoiilted. Plain. Skeleton;
Plaine. Corded and Embroidered SKIRTS;
Embossed Corded SKIRTS.
Brass H OOPS. Wil ALEBONE, &c., for Skirts;
SlIa SH AWLS.'Blark. White and Col'd;
Cashmere SI IAWLS, Plaic and Printed ;
Bay State. Empire State, and Scotch Long and
Square Plaid Woul Shawles;
Swiss Collars and Sleeves;
." in Selts;
Jaconett " A
" in Setts;
Infants' Wrists and Robes;
Swiss Edgings and insertions;
Jaconett " .
Swiss Bands and FLOUNCINGS;
. Jaceonett " "
English Thread Laces and EDGINGS;
Bugl Laces and Edgings.;
Ladies' Plait) and Emb'a L. C. Handkerchiefs;
Ladies asnl Childrtn's Cotton Hose, Whit; and
Ladies' White and Open Work Hose:
"- Kid and Silk Gloves, all makes;
Lace .Nitts, Long and Short;
Wool and Cotton Gloves;.
Children's Lace Mitts and. Silk Gloves;
" Cotton and Wool Gloves;
. Dres, Trimmings. Fringes, Gimps, &c.;
Trimming Velvetr-, all widths;
Bleached and Brown SHIRTINGS;
Linen and Cotton. SHEETINGS and PILLOW
40 inche, 5-4 and 6-4 P. C. COTTONS;
6.4. 9.4, 10.4 and 12-4 Allendale and Waltham
SHIEETING$, lilenched and Browni;
Bleachied anid Broani LInen and Cotton Table
'DA MASK~s, h' the yard;
9.4, 10-4. P2 iao.i 14-4 Bleached and Brown Linen
Set-th. 10t,-~i:L nud lickabach DIAPERS and
Plain. Frinigel andni Pordeted Towels;
Turki'~h Bailh arid Damassk "
Napkins. lloylies, &,-,. &e-;
Irish tincenel Linen Lawns;
Frenck Camubrics ;
Linetnad Cotton Shirt Fronts;
Fine Frenuchl * a heantiful artiole ;
10.4. 1:land 11.4 Lancaster and 31arteillea QUILTS;
To'ilet Corers, Tlidies. Furniture Fringes, &c.;
Black arid Col'd Cloths anid Catssimeres;
Satinaeus une Ke~nucky Jeans, Plain arid-Fancy;
-Dral. D'ete, Italini Cloth... Cottonades, &c., &kc.;
G;onts. Wool ifil--re, arid Psungee lkaandkerchiefs ;
G~enes llack andJ C'ancy Silk Cravat, arid 'Ties;
-Phiinaiid Printwd . . x~iink..ehiefs;
" White, Coi'.l:e nd Faney Ilalf Iuwe;
" Wdolif'id M--rins"
" Ki4.-'ilk,-We'el, Thread Gharves;
" mand l.-uJf ir-a* Kid arid Bucek Gauntlets, &c.
Tha aueo.on .f lloe.e keepers; Farmers, arnd
Planrtr<. i - p..rtic.:lhirty ivited ioednr stock of..PLA N
TrAi.ON2;Ot.J(,.wisichi coniists~of syery article in
York stripn, .nier,' Shirting;
Black. White ai~ Gr.-y lKerseys ;
Plaid and.Plain Linosets:
Whlite pai. Uiwe Caniton Flarnele ;
Plain a.l T will-d Salishnry Flaunnel., all colors ;
Fine n' ihire Es:g!i-hi a ndi Welsh -<
heel ansd Whit-,-~Domens &c.. &c.;
A aIrg- assoertmii-rt ef Il L A N BTS. of every make.
Inc indlin~in lh'.ngeslih, Swiss, Whiitiey Ma'ckinaw,
&c., all size-:
lne, G;r.y. awl White. Niegro. h[.A NKETS.
Extraeereilinv imbu-i-.t-nit, ofltered to pierbsn psi
chasing large plan:a~i..n bills.
Parties sending1 ..t.-r.. will hei ceritain to hav,- them
punuctually art.-nalel.. .. iDICK EY & P1ilhtBA.t
Auguista. Sept. i f
A U(;lUsTA, GA.
H AS r. ceivecd b-y the. laest st'eamrnt from Newl (
York, ladies'BUiah S.1k Ch. le si IAWLS,
of splendid istylesa:
- Ladies' Extra Silk Chienlle SCAiRFS:
Ladies' Stella Bl..rdered S LI A'n LC, ofr beautiful
Ladies' Saxony-Plaid l.ong; S1A W LS, of exr .
Ladies' Scelic Pladl andl Fre-tch Wooien Shawls .
of new and bea.:utiful style's; (
L,idios' Cl:enalee and -axoniy Plaid MOURNING n.
Sept. 16 l.9 tf Sti
O~W o:1:-r 1:-e' ode iheir I4plnidu new sto.-k of
S. ILVER~ W Atlm, uof A!! ins-Te~a Sets,
Pitc.h-rs. Ca .eni 'W iit--rs. Wen:eis. Tambnh-rn.Cups.
Forks, Spooins. Lr.lhee, Pasiry, Cake, Dessert and
.Sheffield PLATll) WA RE-first quality of
goods in Castors, Cake lBaskets, Waiters, Candle- I
-Birmingham and Am.:rican PLATED WARE,
very showy. :andl at low prices.
GOLD WATCI I ES, or al! cg-od makers-Cooper,
Dent, Tobias, ilurley & Julhnson, English makers;
Brietting. Muttil-, .Swiss matke-r; and Jules Jur- a
gensen, of Copnhagen'.
SILVE-R W ATCIl .S in great variety; quick q
beat Raiiroad Wattches, large size..
Rich Ditnond, Coral. Casmeo and Mosaic JEW
.EL RY, aI ll th newest tyles, with a large stock of
Staple and Fancy G00118, at their store, Poet
Office Corner. eoppisite the Railroad Bank.
Augusta.. Fe-b. 4 1657 if 4
DYE & LATASTE,
Warehouse anI d Commission.
R ESPEC~TFLLY antionnece to their friends
and the rahiolie- nerally, that they have formed 1
avcenecti..:' :. the abouve buuine-ss, and have leased J
th ii. litE INUI W AlR E110USE of Col. Clan- t.
ton--Sorth, side of IRe -n'ldl street, recently ocen
piei 'oy Me- (.o;e L.$Auderso~n.
- From.theni-,u e-xperienc-e, they flatter them- tI
selves tha;t -; -.ii be~ enable to give entire stis
fact-in t,. : ..' a lio mauy favor them with consign. -
mets of CaYt TON cer other produce.
Tneir prompnlt personal atte-ntions will be given to
Orferatur l:t GING, RLOPEC, &c., and purchasing
of faemily supp'lie-s at inewest market prices. Also to
theu forwiarding oef Goods consigned to our friends in 1
the interior. - .5
LIberatl Cush nidvatncs made, when desired by
Our char~ci! i'ill be the same as those of other
h>loses of- the-City euigiged in the same business, of
.JA MElIS M. DYE, -
ANDREW G. EATABIE. fit
Angusta, Aug10 if $
Cheap Dry Goods
BROOM & NORRELL
AU(G U.STA, GA.,
SrC now reiving at their Nl N STO1RE
-No. 238 Broad-street; a large and elegant as
taple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Their stock is tine of the LARG ETand MOST
LEGANT in their line in the city, and eomprises
JI.of thLe latest and.iost compplete st1 lks of the sea
on. They w(iuld respectfully solicit ;ublie patron
ge, and cordially invite all to examine their Goods.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
Fancy Dress Silks. Plaids and Stripes;
Rich Silk-Robes.qA'u1ird e,.v'ry heavy;
Rich Bayadere ,4ks; Popline;
Plain Black Silks. all widths and high lustres;
Black Broenude Silks-, Stripes, Plaid and Figures,
lourning and lJaif Mourning Silks,. Rich French
Printed all Wool Delaines, Robes A'quile, Baya
lere Stripes, Cashmere D'ecouse, Valencia Plaids
md Tarlatans, and a variety of other Goods for
Printed Coburge; Paramattas;
English and Freneh Merinoas;
Plain and Printed Delaines and Persians, all
French, Engliah and American Prints, great va
French, English and Ameriean Ginghams, great
Plain, Printed and Opera Flannels;
Cloaks and mantinas, or the latest styles, from
low prioed to very rch, in great variety;
-Chenille Shawls and Seirfs, anl almost every
description, from low priced to very fine quality ;
A large atortment of Linen Clo:hs, all colors, for
Cloaks and Mantilins ;
Mourning Goods, of every style, suitable for the
Hoop Skirts, every style and quality used;
Corsets, French and Railroad.
)f all kinds, and a fair assortment of Freneh Work
d Collars, Sleeves, Bands, Flouncings, Xmbroid.
wed Skirts, Uandkerchiifs, lufants' Waists, Work
d Edginesand In-ertings.
Gloves, of all kinds, for Ladies, Gents and Boys;
Hosiery, " " " "
Flannels, large assortment, all prices and quali
Merino Vests, for Ladies. Children and Gents.
All styles Cassimers, Doeskins, Corduroys. Sat
netts. Tweeds, Plain and Plaids; Kentucky Jeans,
Darohna. Jeans; Merino Cassimna rs, for Children;
Plaids and Rub Roys. for Children, &c.
Largest assortment and greatest variety of Plan
ation and Servants' goods in the city, comprising
he most durable Goods in the market in the way
>f Kerseys, White and ltrown Plains, heavy Twilld,
inseys, Osnaburgs and Stripes, 11omespuns, Plaids,
Negro Blankets, White and Grey:
Fancy * of every descriptlon.
lied Blankets, friom :a small Crib Blanket to a
rery large and superior lilmiaket.
A we have but one price, our Gos will be of
e'red at sithe lowest prices, whch we guarantee to
e as low us any in the Southern country. Our
ysten not only compell' us to sell our Goods ut
he lowest prices, but it also protects the buyer
rom paying (aver marka t price, as lhe invariably
loes. where thtere is tin asking and a taking price.
Ala Orde'rs wili receive o'ur persontal and pr'mpljt
ttetion, and our best judgmnent in exec'utinc the-m.
BROO.\ & NORR ELI.,
_ "Au"ta tSept. 30. t f. _36.
rORNERL LNDER GLOBE HOTEL,
L C. DEM ING has now in Store his en
. tire stuack oif F'AIL L and W IN TE R
000l ), being~ the most cuomplete ever offered,
and at lower ;>rices to, eash iad promnpt paying cuas
oners. Amna.:? which will be found
SILK DRESS GOODS.
rhe areat-1t vnriety' that enni be found in the City.
'he liuobe a Quil'e, Robena Vohiantz, Be&yedera. (t wo
dz.. stripe,) V. ltraes, '.piin- .and side Stripe-al
Jyinig ini pri, et fromn~ $ a itiO$0 per Robe.
Also. Saslid Colored SI l.K$, in every shade,
ith RI l11.\'S ;ad V Ci1. ET's for Side Stripe
Il ot' which are e'ntirely new and confined styles.
Boailed Black SI LKS, n artranted to main amn their
WOOL DRESS GOODS
n every variety. embraeing Riahe a Quille, ecye'
lere, Velantz, ct., w ith the usual styles and quali
EMRROIDER~S and L4ACE GOODS, most
omplete, and at a lower rates than ever before
S H A WV L 5,
Square and rLong, for G",nts, Ladies and Chil
rn; Maur'ning to Full IDrev, from !!5 een~ts to
Pl) A large variety oh' CilENElLE, with Plain
nad Figzured Cenotreh.
MANTILLAS AND COLLAiRS
'rom StZ Cloth, to $'titj Velvet. P'at tceuaar 'atten.
.n has beeni piad to the'mn, being made f'ull and of
lie best Velvet.
Also,. Ch;ldren's and Alisseda Clocaks, Merinom,
'obergs, Casahmiers anud Muslin Detaints of all
French. Vnglish and American Solid anad Figured
~PKR A FLA NN ELS.
Children's DRESS GOOD%, of Wool ata Silk
New and confinedl styli s MOURNING G:)ODS
It l'.wer rates than can he purchased elsewhe're.
(7 Ay hous.i is the aonly one where Genrge
eha,'y'-warranteda all wool filling-W II I T It
KORGI 'i PL A INS ean be had. They are the
,ost .-nrable anad economicalt Gooda ever' ofrevred
LINSEYS, OSNA BlUR(OS, STR IPES, TTONE
PNS, FLA NNELS, 110SIERY, TICKINGS,
e., in full variety.
Every article that I hiavae shall be ofered at the
'west rates paasible. An exawnination solicitedl.
if? Orders prnectaally and car'efu!ly attenaded to.
L. C. DEMING,
Corne'r under Globe Ilotel.
A gusta, Sept 1 4 tf 36
Xelsh and Saxony Flannels!
~AS received from New-York.
Real Welsh Flannels, warranted not to
Superior Saxony anal Patent Flannels, of extra
Wesh Gause anal Silk Warp Flannels ;
fleavy Shaker Flannels, of superior style and
lleavy Wh'te Dlomestic Flannels, at low prices;
*Supror Red Flannels. for Servanats, at very low
The public are respect uilly requested to call and
aminne the assortment.
WILLIA M SHELAR, e
A UGU $S 'A , G.
.\S just ,eeeived f'rom, New' 'Yorsk, Enza:'ishi
.Velvet and lBrassi Is C A IW E l'.S, of' rih iad
eantt styles. -.\ LSO
Three Ply and liograin CAiIRPETl'. of new anal
"anti'l littrs. to whlach .e respec.tlii y invites
ait.utenin of the paubia.
S'pt. 16i l857 tf ut
-*Rich Dress Silks,
AS just, re.eivedI from New York. Ladies'
.Dress SILKS, of new anal splendid sty les;
PlaiBlck SILK, for Ladies' Maurning Dresses.
Ladies' Printed Cashmere and De'aine ROBES,
To which the attention of the public is realpect
ly invited.^ 3.
841. 18 1857r 2
Jo . .iiii f ool
J, IW. NEWBY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
SPLENDID READY MADI
UNDER THIh UNITIKF) STATES JIOTEI
W E are now receiving at our old Stand unde
the United States Hot, 1, our supplies
FINE READY MADE CLOTHING,
Well adaptiel to the Fall and Winter senwon, nn
which we feel assnrcd wijI please our patrons an
friends. Our imnis.se Stock consists in part of
CLOTH, BEAVER, SEAL SKIN, BLANKET AND FLUSHIN
Fine'lliaek, Blue and Olite
DRESS AND FROCK COATS.
Of all Descript ons and Colors.
Coats, l'ints and Vests to inteh.
Fine black CasAmere Pnts,
Plaid, Phii. Striped, and -ther Style-, of Fane
Silk. Merinre, Wool, Velvet, Satin Barath--a. an
other styits of the latest and imot 'ashiunabIc
V : 1& a T.
Together with EVERY STYLK of Goods fi
We keep alwn~s on ha :d a very large Stock of fir
Shirts, Drawers, Suspenders, Gloves, Nec
Ties, Stocks, Collars. Half-Hoes,
TRAVELLING SilAWLS, R101F16 DE
*CAMBRE, &c. &c.
All of whiclh will be sold tit the lowest maiki
prices. Call anid take a Look.
Also a heavy Ft-ck of fine CLOTIIS, CASSl
N El ES. V ItsTINGS, &r., to which we invite ti
attention of every body. These goods will be mad
up to order at the shortest notice, and in a satiisla
-A ugui.1, Sept ?,o tf 38
CHEAP --CASH -STORE
GRAY & TURLEY,
H AVINiG thioronilv removed to their NE
STO , under the U. S. Hotel
are now r eriving at lull antd comph-~lte a:ssortmuent
ric and ee.ant
D RY G OO DS,
Whiche havinig been linrcea--ed feor CASH, tunee
the depre.srl state of' the monetary affhirs oif th
INorth. ennables them, ti. ofl-r facilities teo eloe pum
c ehasers rarely ter be miet with. M~erchants, Pinte
ters, andi the Ladies pair ieularly, would consu
their interest by an examinatiomn of our stock an
prices. Ha~ving av'esident purchnser ait the Noettl
we are in the continual receipt of " .101l LOTS
from auction, ait unp:eeldented l'w prices
Aimong our iisirtm.-nt will be~ found thle riebe.~
:md new'.st D)RESS GOODS of the seasoni-sue'
as nich and Elegant Colored tnnd lilack SILKa
rianginag fromt S7. cents to fc5 per) yard. '.emitin~r I
specify all the manufactured *'jaw breaking" natO~
used on such occasions.)
Fine all Wool Mislin DE LA INE, plain aend fig'e
Cheap Muslin Deianines ini .reait vaeriety
Lupin's best bleck Alpacens and Romheazines.
The very best qjuntlty :P derz ONN tA Il P.RGS:
Heavy all Wool Filling Georgia PL A !NS an
Heavy cheap Satinets : all Wool Plaid Linseys ;
Blue Stripe and P'laidl Tlomespuns ;
Bro. Ihomespun and .Jines;
Fine Bed Blankets, very cheap.
Fine English Tatpestry Velvet ;
"I " " Drussels:
Superior Three-ply. flne. lirain anud all Woe
Catrpeing-( nit having rohiom in our mew storet
keep Carpeting. we will sell them at cost and char
1.000 Swi-s nnd .iackon:et Joiuels, from 25 et4
$1. worthe fully ,h.uble that min 'tit.
5.000 Swiss and Jauckontet Collars, fronm 25 to 51
eents. wourth $1.
100l fine F'rench work, a Col'ars, $2,50O to $3,5]
worth $5 toe $m,.
Swi-s and Ja~ckonet Eigngs and Tatert tng, i
Emnbruidlered and I Ieimstilched l lanidkerebiiefe
i.ti fine Emobretidered Setts, S-2 to $5, exceedingl;
in the same depairtn ent will be found the mos.
corn plete nuorrtment of
IIOSIE R Y
that has ever been in one lliouse in Augusta, fron
the lowest price to thme finest quality, for l.adies
Gents, Misses antd Yeouthsa, of every descrijion.
Ten cases line 3 yardI widle Sheceting. ait 31 cents
worth in the dlobbing J L..uses in New Yoi k fruin
35 to 40 ents.
Five bales tine Sea Islaind lloespons, 6:je.
T'en edsi linie Caiico. warrailtedt fast ciilors or the
inoneiy returned, fur ist cents, worth 10 to i2bets
The best nd ebenapest Linens thait have ever beet
kown to sell in Auogusta. under tany circunmstanetes
aire neow oni our shelves, aind onily require a.n exam-t
inn~tion to convinc~e theL muost fasetiiius otf the greal
savingte in purcharbing Liinen Goodhs freom us. Splin.
did frienting Linen fo~r 374 e ents. that has neve
beeni knownm to bell in Ao~uuta ther less than 62~ t<
The mioest superb Linen Datmask ever brotuuht ti
this mairkit aet va-aly reduced rates. eSplendil Tur
kish Tuwels foir the bia h room, 6-4 lung, ontly 12~
ents, worth 37 eents.
Itnessine and Iluekabnek Diapers, in great variety
Five hundlred 12-4 squtare
For $1,5(0, worth .fl.: fine Fre neh Marseilles Quilts
large siz.e. $3 ,50 Lt) $@wo(rthe from $8 to $10.
A very large antd vairiedl stock of every description ol
Selected with the utnmost enre hey deeehd jukles of
Goiods, at niuetiion tand seh oither Places ns bairgan,
conhull be obtained, within the lust two weeks, te
which we would invite the attention ot these pur
chasing for ensh, guariantveintr thaet we enin mave
the in a v,-ry lage leer Centat:0 'tt an ex:i:ititt of
our stock. UIL\Y & rTluLEY.
A ugusta Set. 30. if. -3.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c,
Broad St(reet, A ugu~sta, Ga.
JOilIN & TrIIOM AS A . BONES, invite the at
l' teititi of the Phiinters oft Sounth Carolinta, tc
their stock af. Swrede I rn iimjorted by thenm
'irect frm Swvede-ALS(O-nelined English and
Shee~t Iron Mill Irons, Le~mil, Copper, Zinc, Carpen
ers and Smiths Toils, Cast. Blister and Plow Stell,
T'raee, Waegon. Log aind Coil Chnins, Iron Axels,
llues, Ilamies, A xes, Natils and a full assortment o:
'Ai.so.-A large assortment of the most approved
A grE iitu(ral Junpicanents,
uch am Self-shaerpening Straw Cutters. Corn Shel
era, Whteat Fans. Plows, Irarrows. Ox Y..kes.de.
And the largest and best assorti. eat of Rlodgers &
sons CUTLERY ever of'ered'in this Market.
Aug.....a n-e 4, 18r8, tt r 47
HAMBURG ADY RTISETMENTS.
rBE Subscriber.respcctfully announces to his
i. friends and the mblic generaly that. lie has
rented the old and well-estabiWhed House kiiEnoi
as the CAROLINA IbTE',;rdeently decupied by
Joins A. MAYs, and is-'now. preiared to furuish
ample accgnuiodations to all who'favor him with
their company. -
The Hlonse and fRri(tiitufe has recently undergone
an entire rt-novatioti, nil.~everfrequisite arrnnge
mient to promote the comfoi t and happiness of my
guests has becii made. - It is nif intention to make
the CAROLINA *a FIRST CIASS HOTEL, and
my every exertion -will be inevioiv of this object.
My TABLE shall receive -particular attention,
and the best-tho market atl'ords-will he iurnished
in abundance. Attentive SERVANTS will alwaYs
be readiness to obey the behests-of those who may
* call on me.
By the first of October I *ill have my N E W
S T A B L E S erected, and irill then be better pre.
parcel for the accommodation of- Horses.
;.f'Families visiting Hlamptsrg or Augusta will
" find the " Carolina 1otel' all that they can pcsii
r E' A liberal share of public encouragement. is
earnestly solicited. JOUN- LYON.
Hamburg, Sept 28 tf : 37
TO THE PUBLIO,
31IE Undersigned having sold the American
G llotel to G. C. CUNNINGIAM & Co.,
take this occasion to return our thanks to the pub
lie generally for the liberal' patronage bestowed
upon us. and would solicit the same fur its present
0. I[. P. SCOTT & Co.
lamburg, May 30, 1S57.
AME RICAN 10 TEL,
. HAMBURG, S. C.
that Subscribers take this -opportnnity of in
y, forming their friends and the publie cenerally
that they have bought tlhe above HOTEL, and
are hav'ne it refitted in the best posible style for
d their'reception. We Matter ourselves that every.
necessary arrangement has been made to promote
the comfort of all who favor ub with their compsny.
Our ROOMS are airy and comfortably furnished;
r SERVANTS attentive and obedient. And our
TABLE will be eontaidly .siiplied with the best
the season affords. Our friends may therefore rest
e satisfied that every exi-rtlion will, be cheerfully ren
dered1 to make their Piojourn pleasant and agreeable.
There will be in attendance a GOOD OSTLER,
and Horses left in our charge will receive particu
gNPersons arriving at this House mayfeel as
t sured that their bnggage will be promptly sent,
tree of charge, to the Carolina- or to either of the
We solicit a share of the patronage of those visit
ing our Town. G. C.-CUNNINGH A M,
Hamburg, June 1, 1857. ' - ly 21
T-O THE PU BLIC,
CHIEAP- CASH STORE I
CHEAP CASH STORE !
CHEAP CASH STORE I
LOOK FOR IT.
LOOK FOR IT,
LOOK -FOR IT,
Under the American Hotel, Hamburg.
et Under the American Hotel, Hamburg.
Under the American Hotel, Hamburg.
W E1 haerecen'ly opened a NEW and SPLEN
DID Stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, &c., &c.
I Also; ani excellent assortment of .DOMEST ICS, to
which we call the attention of all who visit this
Come na look for yourselves! We are sntisfied
t -that the prices and gnalit of Goods will te
hsatisinetion. Dont forzet.toiook for the
.CIJA P5 CASII STOR E,
Under the Americennliotel.
lTaimburg, Sept 22, 3m 37
KIlURRA FOR MCAIR AGUA !
1IE Undersigned begs .leave to inform the~
Public thmt theboy ire opening a very large
and well selected Stock of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps,
BOOTS, SIIOES, TRUN KS. UMJIREfLLA , &c.
Also, a spletnid assortment, of Dm.il-:STICS.-all
of which will lit iol at. a low' price for Cash,.
W Give us a trial-it ,rill lbe to your- owna in
tcrest ! S33MON & JLIKOUCII.
Hamburg, S. C., Sept 23 3m -37
I.A VING heen employe.i by Messrs. SIBLE Y
-ll & SIER to supecrintende their inltere.r. in
thce Cottonm Tr'ade, I hope to, shnrr. a lib.-ral
portion~ of the Trade thatL comies to our Mar ket.
"I nIow return myv sincere~ thaniks to the Plant.-rs
of Edl gefiehll, Abbievi lle, Lamuns andl Newbserry
Districts, for the- liberal patronage thaet I havte re
*cetved from t heir hnnls, aind hiope to merit a coni
tinunieu o f the samce same.
I give the very hIlGhEST PIlICES for Cotton
and ether prucdnee. All I want is a showine, ande
I will buy RI. L. GENTR Y.
IIlambtrg, Sept 22 Uf . 87
TIIhE faSubsocber begs leave to ar.
inform- the peublic that he has in
Store, at the Stand occupie~d bey him the Inst senc
seon, a WELLJ SELECTED Stuck of~ Planters'
Supplies, consisting of
Mu-vd ande Porte, Rico SUG ARS;
sluuart's I t. 1i. & C. Soft"
lidtimnore Refinery of same-quality ;
-MOfLASSKS, llhds., Tierces aned Barrels;
Rioe and .lava COFF~EE:
IRON nll sizes, and IlOLLOW WARE;
flAGGING, ROPE and TWINE;.
IGunny Cloth, a heavy urticle ;
Osaburga and Stripe~s;
7Snd4-4 A gsaGoods;
10 " SIIOU'LI)ERiS:
SOAP, CAN~I)ES, STARCIT, &ec, &c., all
of which will be sold un accoumodating termis to
?- Order. solicited and promprtlyv attened to.
iHanuceao, June 6 - if r
PELLETIER & CO.
DRUGS ,AND MEDICINES,
H A.MBURG, S. C., -
. RE receiving their stupplies for the Summer
Li and Fall Trade, consisting of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs,
Colours, Spices, Brushes, Glass, Eoaps,
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
generally found in their line of businiess.
!; Planters, Merchantu, Physicians and all
persons dealing in our lIne wIll find it to thjeir in
terest to give us a call as we are determtinied to sell
at the VERY LPVEST PR1CES.
*W~ Planters can relv nyon having tileir mem
ornusIled v-th. fie' DES~T OF AE TitLES, .
.1 and put up in tnaeca.;es to .uit their cseine
A. Next d'oor to A. Burnside.
J~mnv y .T 5, CA m 27
GEO RGIA SARSAPAI
FOR LIVER COMPLAINT, AN)
PUBLIC opinion and Physi~ians have decided
SARSAPARILLA that can be obtained.
ingredients are well known to Physicians and the
MEDICINES, when appropriately used, often El
Nothing more need be said in praise of it, tl
tains in addiftion to Saapariilla, the hydro-nleho
White Ash, Grey Bread, or Fringe Tree (Chionai
(Podopiryllum.) and Blood Root (Sunguinaria.)
.s'-Those prefering this Compound Prepartio
DENNIS' ALTERATIVE, OR GEORGIA SA
For sale at Edgefield C. H. by' G. L. PENN a
July 15, 1857.
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA,
r IE Twenty-Sixth Course or Lectures in this
Institution, will commence on 1ONDAY, the
2d NOV EMBh'R next.
Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, G. M. NEW- I
TON, M. D.
Anatomy, I. F. CAMPBELL, M. ).
Surgery, L. A. D UGAS, Mt. D.
Institutesand Practice of Medicine, L. D. FORD,
Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Medical Juris
prudence. 1. P. GARVIN, M. 1).
Obstetrics and Diseasus of Women and Infants,
.1. A. EVI-.A. D.
Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, if. V. Ml.
MIILLR, 31. D.
Chemistry and Pharmacy, ALEX. MEANS,
Demnstrator of Anatomy, ROBERT CAMP
lEULl, 51. 1).
Assistmt Demonstrator of Anatomy,S. B. SI
MONS, M. D.
Clinical Lectures will be deliVered in the City
Hospital and at the .nekson street Hospital.
Fee for whole Course. $105.
Matriculation Ticket (to be aLen once,) $5.
F-.r further particulars, apply to any member of
the Faculty, or to 1. P. G ARVIN, Dean.
Augusta. Ga.. Sept.20 1657 5t 38
PLUMBI & LEITNER,
THE attention of the public is invited to our
. Stock of CHOICE UNADULTERATED
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass,
And all other articlsin our line. We feel assured
that no I-louse in the South can ofi'er a S ock supe
rior to ours in genuineness and purity. All our
Offici nal preparaiions are made in strict accordance
with the formularies of the U. S. Pharmneopia,
with-the beet materials. nnil by the proper weights
and measures. Our Stock of
DENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Ia full, and we have unequalled arrangements for
opening additional supplies at the shortest notice.
Feeling confident that we can furnish our cus
tomers with the Best Article, on reasonable
terms, we respectfully solicit orders. and pledge
ourselves to fill them with fidelity and despateh.
PLUM Hl & LEITNER,
Late D. B. Plumb !- Co.
Augusta, Ca..April 13, 9n 14
SE . I. M' I F U G1 E11,1
Two of the best Preparations of the Ag.
They are not reconm
mended as Universal
Cure-ails, but simply for
what their name pur..
ports. - .
The VERMIFUGE, for
expelling Worms' from
the human system, has
also been administered
with the most satisfactory
results to various animals
subject to Worms.
TIhe LIvER PILLs, for
the cure of LIvER CoMi
PLAINT, 211 BILIOUS DE
RANGEMENTs, SIer HEAD
Purchasers will please
be particular to ask for
Dr. C. McLane's Cele
brated VERiFrUGR and
LivrR P1LLs, prCparCd by
bOLE PROPRIETONS, Pitts
burgh, Pa., and take no
other, as there are various
other preparations now
before the public, pur.
porting to be Vermifuge
and Liver Pills. All
others, in comparison
.with Dr. McL ANE'S, are
The GENUINE McLane's
Vermifuge and Liver
Pills can nowr be had at
all respectable Drug
G0 Woot ST., PITTSBURGH, PA.
SCOVI L & I E AD, No. 11l, Chnrles Street,
leneral W holesale A gentN for the Southern States,
o wha.nn nll orders miust be addressed.
03T Sold by 0. L. P RNN, Edgeheold, S. C.; A.
I. Gial.::m,o and Tur-r & PEJ.s-ri.a, Hamburg ;
txiaa& IlAnalsox, Longmires', and WIannDAW
a Lyon, A bbeville.
Ahpril 7, 1857. 1y 13
COME GENTLEMEN, TREAT!!!
WJ 1 EN you go to fInamhurg you enn get good I
Vetie~ at Dat. Cussisoni.uts. at the Ameri- I
'an JHntel, aind GOOD DEiNKING at the bar or
)ur J/ouse, n~ hiebt is altnehe'd .to the lintel, and
nder the sukpervisieon of the Subscriber.
JO HN C. bIlL ER.
Uamburg, Sept. 30 Gmin
Mountain Dew Whuiskcey.
LA M now receiving on Consignment from Green
ville, Iistriet, a few barrels pure swegi Mash
V U1:IsK EY-said to be from the best Distiery in
he State. Call in and examine.
S.3E. BOWERS, Agent.
Hmnburg, Miy 27 tf 20
3 TO PUIFY TIlE BLOOD.
that this is the BEST PREPARATION of
it sells readily and gives great satisfaction. Its
people at the'South, to he GOOD, and GOOD
;'FECT GREAT CURES.
,an to publish what it is composed of. It con
holic extract of Queen's Delight, (Stillingia,)
ithus) Tincture of May Apple, or Mandrake,
n of Sarsaparilla, should express in their orders
id Drs. A. G. & T. J. TE GUE.
07 THe Friends of - Capt. 11. BoULWARE
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgeield Districtat the next election.
Tl lE friends, of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, res
pectfully announce him as a candidate for Sherif,
of Edgerteld District, at the ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., ol
[Hamburg, in the upper part of the District, respect
fully announce him as a candidate for Sherif ol
Edgefield District at the next election.
The friends of Co. WM. QUATTLEBUM res
pectfully announce him at a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
07 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
,IONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sheriff cf Edgefield District.
6., The friends of Mr. JAMES SPANN, re
spectfully nominate him as a Candidate for Clerk
'of Edgefield District, at the next election.
U' THE Friends of Mr. RO1ERT D. BRYAN
respectfully announce hin as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the next election.
[7 Tun Friends of Col. S. HARRISON re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefleld District, at the ensuing election. -
[' Tus Friends of JACKSON COVAR re
spectfully announce him as a Condidate for Clerk
of Edgeficld District at the ensuing election.
L0 The friends of Mr. F. M1. NICHOLAS re
spectfully annt. .nce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefleld District at the ensuing election.
[, We are authorized by the friends of Mr.
EDMUND PENN, to noninate him as a Candidate
for Clerk of Edgefiuld District at the ensuing clec
?'The friends of Mr. LEWIS COLEMAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield Ditrict at the next ele'etion.
E The l'riends of Capt. E. W. HORN, re
apectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefleld District, at the ensuing elec
6' The friends of Capt THEOPHILUS DEAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for re
election to the office of Tax Collector of Edgefleld
District, at thensuing election.
117 Thu Friends of Mr. CIA1RLES CA RT ER
respectfully announce liim as a Candidate for Tan
Collector of Edgefield Distriet, at the next election
67 The Friends of Mr. CH AS. M. M AY, res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate foar Tax Col
ector of Edgefield District at the next election.
EF THE Friends of Maj. JOIIN C. LOVE
LESS respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
Taxc Coiletor of Edgefield District at the ensuing
07The friends of STARLING TURNER, an
nmintee him a candidate for Tatx Collector at the
07 The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect
fully announce hiin as a Candidate for Tax Collee
tor of Edgefield at the next election.
SWe are authorized by the friends of W3'.
DUILISOE, Esq1., to nominate himt as a Candidate
for re-election to the 0111cc of Ordinary of Edge
fidl District, at the ensuing election.
E.J The friends of Capt. E. 13. FOR REST, re
spectfinily announce hinm as a t'andidate fo)r Ordi
itary of Edgefield Districl at the ntext election.
CARRIAUE REPOSITORY !
C II R IS T 1 E & II U RI L B E R T.
IlE Subser.be.rs aoll'er foar sanio at the old elan.
of ot' . Sullivatn, :a ClI10!0E collection oaf
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
.nd all other articlk s in their, line. They have
mtane arranigemnents to kee.p th..-ir Iliouse supplieds
with the BEST A RTICI,1S, from the BEIS'l
Factories in the Unitedl States, which they wil
sell LOW FuiR CAs:I, or for good paper or'
CAltIUAGES and BGGIES of every des
eripition will be furnished to order ont short notice
April 22 tf 15
State of souith Onrolina,
EDG EFIELD D)ISTRICT,
Yr.nng Merchatnt,1 -
1Baley Merchant and others, I
-rs. ~ .For Partition
ik-nry Ri Ga:Iman and wifeJ
Mtsry A nn and others.
ebcant and Joaes Merchtans two of the Defen
lants in thre above stated ease, reside b.:yond the~
limiits of this State, It is therefore ordered that
they do app. ar t:. obj. et to the division osr sale taf
th,- P'enl $state~ of Robert Merchant, dee'dh, on or
hefoare the 12th of Janupry next, (1S58) or their
coanent to the mne will be t-ntered of record.
W. F. .IURIltSOE, 0.te D.
Oct. 18, - l'h 41
State of South Carolina,
P Y W. F. DUluI0UE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Wheeren:s., Francces Asbell and .JefT Asbell have ap
pliedl to me lior L-.tters .af Administrationr. ont all and
sisgtlair the goods and ebattles, rights arnd credits of
.Jnmes Ashell, late tof the District aforesaid dteceased.
rThese are, therefoare, io cita andi admoni.ha all and
signiinr, thet kindred anal creditors oaf the saidl deceas
eat, to he and appear before me, at our next Ordlinary'a
Court foir the said District, to be heolde'n at Edlgefieldl
Coutrt flouse, on the 21st day of Oct. int., to
show cause, if any, why the said adlministration should
put he granted.
Givea tinder my hand anal seal, this 17th dasy of
Oct., in the year of ouar Lord onie th~oosandl sight
hundred anml fifty-seven and in t he eighty-second year
of American Independence.
W. F. DURISOE, o.E D.
Oct. 21, 1857 ___ 2t 41
STATE OF SOUTHi CA ROLINA,
B Y W. F. DUISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
NVhereau, Mastin Moarse, hatht appliced to me for
betters oaf Atdministratian, ong atll and sirngular the
pods andI ehattles, rights and tcreditas f Letius Morse,
ate tof the District aforesai id, dleaceaaetd.
These are, therefore, to tcite anid admonish all arnd
inegular, the kindredl anal cretdittora of thesaidl deceas
dt, to tbe andi appear hefaire tute, taur naext Ordinary's
Jorr for the said District, to bet hoaltden at Etdgsfield
3II., on thte 29th tay oaf Oct. inst., to sehoaw
rause5 if arty, why the said adtministratio~n should noet
Given under my hand and seal, this 17th day ot
)ctober in the year of tiur [aural tone thouasandl eight
undlred andI fifty-seven, and in thte82nd year of Ameri
'anIndpetdetce. W. F. DUR ISOEa 0. E. 1).
I . htereby- given, that applicatiaan will be made to
the net Legislature for an act of incorporation
ir the Dry Creek Baptist Churchi.
Aug s 9 185 3-m 36
- EDGEFIELD, & (Tv
havin t Jua t, re
turned from New York with a most COM
and MAGNIFICENT assortment of
Respectfully announces to his friendisand iatroh
that be is now prepared to exhililt as- beautiful
and well manufactured an assortment of d4BINE'
FURNITURE as can be found in the Soutke*
States. This Stock selected with 'great -cati
and he Batters himself, with much taste and judg
ment,-was bought for CASH at reduced fl
ures, and consequently will be offered as LOW
as can be afforded. My large assortment consists
in part of
A splendid variety of fine and superfine
A rich lot-all styles-of Rosowood and .Mahogany
Rosewood and tahogany hbrares,
SECRETARIES WITH BOOK C-A-SE ,
A beautifil collection of Rosewood and Mlahogaiy
WASH SINKS OR STANDS,'
A good stock of excellent spring bottom
Improved styles of Rosewood and Mahogany -
F0 LDING IRON BED-ST EAI,
A unique and rare assortment of -
Mahogany and Rosewood' Tables,.
Consisting of PARLOR, CARD, TEA, EXPAN
SION and Ladies WORK TABLES,-such as must
please the best judges of the good and beautiful.
Toilet Stands witli Glass,
-A lot of
Corner Stands and Portable Desks,
A variety of fine
An unusually large assortment of
C EE A. X I.. ,
Comprising Solid Mahogany spring bottom Rock
ing Chairg; Spring bottom solid Mahogany Parlbi
Chairs; Cane seat Maple Rocking and Parlor
Chairs; a small lot of Prescott Oak Chairs; Chil
iren's, Nurse's and Sewing Chairs, and Children's
Work Baskets, Fancy Boxes and Ladies'
Work Boxes, Children's Bureaus,
Spool Stands, Bird Cages,
Dough Pins, &c., &c.
This Stock, which commands the admiration of
all who have kindly visited my new Store;Vas, as
Above stated, purchased on reasonnble prices, and
will be sold astonishingly LOW FOR CASH. And
woul.l here state that circumstances, with which
ill are well acquainted, renders it necessary that I
ihould adopt the CASH SYSTEM and strictly ad-,
here to it, otherwise I cannot carry on my business.
An examination of my Stock is solicited. Better
bargains are not to be had in Augusta or any
other Southern City.
I continue to make to order any FURNITURE
wanted, and also to repair all old Furriture -sent.
Send along your work and it shall be done in a
&r I bespeak a liberal sha.-e of publiepatron
.-ge. .. J. X. W IT T,
Opposite the PosfOdice.
Julyl1, tf 25
ij'ROM New York, a Lot of Crib CR A P1T.BS,
LWindow Chairs. Quartett Tables, Ot1tomans,
[Foot Stools, Child's Table Chairs, &c.
-J.OlN M: W ITT.
JTuly 29 tf:a. . 29
WINDOW SIIADES & CARPETING.
SFINE supply of Window* STA1lES and
:1. Fixtures: Also, a~lot of CAfRPIiTING just
reeive~d and for sale by. - J. M,.,W4T.
Aug26 tf. -- 3
CARRIAG MANFACT lY.
T[HE Undersigned have as
I. sociated 'themselves to
geiher, under the name of
iMITII & JONES, for the
purpose of carrying on the
Ooach liaking and Repairine Bnsiness
in all its vario'us br an*-hes. 'lThey expect to kep
entistantly on hafnd a giuoi assortmenlt of
CA'aRIA GES, BUGGIES, ROCK A WA YS,&C,
--Of the latest styles.
* A lsorts of R EIPA fillNG; done in the heat
manner, nrdi with thet. greatest dispatch.'
A liberal share or patronage is respecifully si.
Edgefie.ldl, Feb 20,1857. If 7
Boot and Shoe M~anufactory,
I i l Subscriber hav ing "pened. .a B 0 0 T
.AND S 110 E MIANUFACTO)RY
lext do~or to the Post Ofiice, res'pectfully announces
., thte etizen~s of Edgef'ield Village antd Distriet, that
'Ic is prepatredto m~uuake to, order any article in the
Boot anid Shoe Business I.
in:vin:: thle besat w'orkmnen in the. Distriet in his em
'byment and being a practicnl workman himself
-wf-i warranted in saying that Ieis work will be
bttne in'te neatest anud latest stylg.
Ie has ailso on handi a lnrce Stowk or fine PUMP
- 401.ED and fine W EULTED andi DOUBLE1 Soled
800'TS. Also, a stock of tgentlemuen and ladies'
illOES-all of his own manufacture-which ho
will sell for cash.
N. B-A Negro boy wanted to learn the Boot.
aund Shoe trade.
Feb. 4tf .4
IIOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
1PH E Subscriber offers for sale his HlOUSE nda
ILOT in the Vilage of Edgefield, consisting
->f three acres, with every necessary building on
the premrise's, well of excellent wate-r, &c.
Termus accommodating., W. LOGUE.
M~ar 4 - -f. S
ALL persons indebled to the Estate of Charles
McGregor, Dee'd. will please make immedi
ate payment. And those having anly demands will
present them pr.>perly attestod.
A. RAMSAY, Adm'r.
July 7 10-57 tf 2 6
IS hereby given, that application wil. be made to
ZteLegi~lature at its next- sess-ot, for a release.
uof all the right and interest of the State in the Es
cheated Property of Charles McGregory, deceased,
to Jastas S. ITENDIaSoN and lteH gle~aEcoa.
Aug. 29 1857 3m 36
BEFORE me by Spencer Jennings living three
lmles East of Richardsonville, one SOR REfL
horse COLT, hind feet white, star in the forehead,
and supp'osed to be about 18 months old. Apprais-.
ed at $:35. C. ATTA W AY, x.n.n.
Sept 23 4tm 37
A dmPesoinstatorteistote . K
Me al ing, dee'd., are reques.ted to' settle with
nut delay, and those having demands against ste
Eattae must present them properly attested by the
second Monday in .January next, osr the*ir sl
elaims will be exeluded, ns a final setitaet will
be madle in the Ordinary's Ofiie on that daty.
J. P. MEALING, AdnI'or.
JTulyS 8 m 6
.LL persons having demands against the Estate.
ofA bish Morgan, deceased, are requested to .;
my up by the 1st Januarey, as I intend to close the -"a
(Ytms. GEO.SW. MORGAN, Adm'.
et61873m ' 39
LLPrsn inidebtedi to the Estate of .W. S
.Smyly, d eensedl, are rt queste~d to make pagt)'3
xuent by thec first of January next. A fter that they
nil have-to settle with somebody else' besides mny
telf. ''J.'O.. BMYLY, Adior.
Oct21 3 S 41 . -