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AUG STA ADVERTISEMENTS.
NEWJ FALU GOO DS.H
DICKEY & PHIBBS,
mliadwomae GMMsaixe as,
A RE now opening a VERY LARGE and WELL
SELECTED Stock of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods, I8
To which they respectfully solicit attention, com
prislna as it does, every article usually found in aI
first class House, and at prices as Low as an y
In the South.
The Ladies especially are invite1 to call and ex
amine our DRESS GOODS before purchasina.
Our large Stock of SILKS, DRESS GOODS,
SHAWLS, &c., is particularly fino, embracing
every article-in their line, and all of the latest and
newest styles, viz:
Plain Black Gras tin Rhine SILKS;
Gros d Naples "
" " Bischofr's "
Black Brocade*, Satin Stripes and Plaid.;
Faney Plaids, Stripes and CHENIES;
Rich Satin Plaids and Stripes;
Ricb Colored BROCADES;
Very Rich Flounced ROBES;
Marcelines, Flounces, &C., &c., all colors;
French Merinoes, Black and Colors;
English arad German Merinoes;
Coburg Cloths, verv fine, every shade;
- Plain and Printed Llama Cloths;
Cashmere anti Broche Delaines;
Manchester Printed "
Plain Delaine-t. all hades, 121c. per yard;
Black and Col'd Alpacan;
i 4 "4 Silk Warps;
Bombazine,', Catnton Cloths;
CiIA LLIES, Black and Colored;
POPLINS, Plain, Plaid, and Striped;
Valentin Stripes and Plaids:
Brilliants, Plain White and Solid Colors;
S Chinitz Colors;
French Chanbrava, aed Chambrics, Colors;
Erglish, French' Scotch and Domeetic GING
Honyle'e English PRINTS;
Fine Frencn "
Merrimiac aml Cocheco PRINTS;
Furniture Chlutzes, &c
Swiss and Jaconet Musincs; -
Spatted and Fig'd Swisses;
Striped and Plaid " e
" "6 JACONETTS;
Marcalias, a'fine article;
Hoop Skirts, Quilted, Plain. Skeleton;
Plain, Cord-d and Embroidered SKIIrS;
Emboweil Crded SKI RTs.
Bra's lOOPS. WIALEBONE, &c., forSkirts;
StellA SiAW [S. Black. White acnd Col'd;
Ca-hnere 8H a W LS. l'hain and Printed;
Say Sts W, Enmpire State, and Scotch Long and
Square Plaid Wit I Shawl-s;
Swvi-r Co'ara and Sleeve ;
-., 1a in Setts; I
Jacooett " "
-- a " in getts;
Inr-tict' aist- and P.ohee; t:
i... filgin:s and Inmeirtione;
J Ic .;1'3 1 ".-&
S%%wi-- 1ti.ds ittl FLOUNCINGS;
Ei-;4-ft Thr.-a.1 Laces anid EUGINGS;
lim~gi .aep andi- Edginav;
lUtei.e-' Plain :e.'; l,mb'd L,. C. Handkerchiefs;
L.dirts 'aml Chihir.n's Cotton Iloi.e, White and
iLi-:' White antd Open Work lie;
Kil and Soli Glove,, all makes;
, Ice Milt.A, Long cald Short;
"Wool- an'l Cntt-0 Govs
Cinre-n', i.:.re Mitits and Silk G!oves ;
-- itorm ar1 Vtol Gloves ;
D>-ee.T.-iminhi. frinigep, Gimpso, &c.; . r.
Trlomi.:a V.--tc, n w'd ths1; * h
i. .-h-d i Brown Sill1RTINGS;
l.e-.i a.xt :.t.cin SHESI'lNS and PILL.OW I
-.", mein. 5-4 anid 6-4 P. C. COTTIONS;r
1.' -4, 10.4 anwl 12-4 Allendale snd Waltham ii
SlE ET1N~S. lilcached and Brown;
aj.-ache-d and Brown Linent and Cottor, Table a'
DAM iSKS, by th~e yard;:
H-4. 10-t. Id.4 le 141-4 Bleac-hedl and Brown Linen
TAB Lit ULOT:18;
t-coitL-h, Russia anti Ilnekuaback DIA[PERS acid
IPlain, Frin-.;ed and Bordered Towekl ;
T1urkish Bath and Diamsk"
Narekires,. Doylies, &e,., &c.;
Irish Liee and Linen Lawns;
Linen and Cotton Shirt Front.;
Fine Prench " a beautiini article
10-4,1l2and 14-4 Lancaster and 3Iarreills Q UI LTS;1
a " Turkish "
Toilet Covers, i-dies, Fnrniture Fringes, &c.; (
Blac-k and Col'd Cloths andI Casesimerre-; at
Satinetts ande Kentucky .leane. Plain and Farncy; t
(e.is, Wool ifil,-n-, caed Puinire Handak--rehide;
Gensts Black arid Fancy Silk Cravate anid Ties; T
-" Platli antd l'riinted L.. C. H-indk--rcheiefs : TI
"Whit.' Carld anid tancy Half Hune; s
" Wool anid 31.-rino ""
-Kidl, Silk, Woocl, Thread Gloves;
" amie Ladiers' Kid cind Bueck G'atcntlete, &c.
The attenetio'n of Ileose keeiperrs, Farmerr. ,id '
Plantrer<. i<e pacrtietraharly inv~ited to ouri stock of PLtA N. al
rATlION GU01)S, which conis-ts of avery article ine
the liner: e<
York Stripes, Marint-ra' Shirting:;
Mlarlbrr' P'hrics and Stripes;
G.:icrtia Strit'r and~ Platin ;
Illack, White ande Grey Kerseys;
Twil'ed K-reeymerea; t
Plaid and Plain Linseys;
White and Brown Canton Flannel.;
Plain and Twilled Sahsbury Flanenels, all colors; g
Fine Wheite Entglie.h arid Welsh " o
Red and Wite Domet, &c., &c.;
A large assort ment of L A NK ETS, of e very make,
Inc lenting fine Enghli, Swiss, Whittney Mackinaw, d
&'c., all iles:.
lulu.e, Grey, a:.d Whit-. Negen B[.A NK ETS.
Extraedir,,erv induceene, ofF.-r-d to) persons. piar
chastcg large plante:iea: itill.
Pariwe .eiing cren, will be certain toi have them F
putnctually Ia-raded to. DICKEY & P111111ils.
uita, Sept._7 i f
WVILLIAM SEIEARt, ei
A UGLUSTA1 akA
HAS rece-ived bcy then last steamcer from New 0
Y..ek, Ladids Rich Silk Chrnille SiIAW LS,
of sph-ndidl styles ia
La-lies' if~xtra Silk Chenl'e SCA!1 F?.:
styl. s ;
L'l:e/' Satxony Plaidl i ong SIIA WLS, of extra a
ILt:.a Sc-otch Plaid and. French Woolen Shntwis. 8
of new :md beautirul styles: .
laidied. Chtenilleand saxony Plaid MOURNING -m
SD A WL. te
Stept. 16 18:,7 tf S'
AU'GUSTA, C EGGIA.
OV. ?i -: .r ee their sphe-niha ne-w stock of
Forks. Spvaons, l..le, Paestry, Cake, De-ssert and
Shelliehl PL ATIED W A RE-fitst quality of
goodis ine Casctors, Cake Baskets, Waitors, Candle
1B r-n:,nn uand A mercan PLATED WARE,
y i ... -, .td cit hew Pirices.
Go) iL; a AF TU!!ES, tor all agcod makers-Cooper,]
J!'nt. Tni-. Ititley cV .luhnson, English makers;
Br:-une..\-'te' -wisN uwekers; and Juies Jur
SiIA LR AThli-FS in great variety; quiok ~
bent 1&.i:cadc 'c'ateles, larg.- size.
!i.!c I ii:,i:eind. Ctcr:el, C:neo artd Mocsaic JEW- ~
EL's Y. .dl th.- nt-wcst swyleit, with a large stock ef
Staple and Faney GOODS, at their store, Post
Oflice Corne-r, oppeeite the lIailroad Bank. p
Awtustai.l'',t. 4* l%7 tf 4
DiYE & LATASTE,
Warehouse a n d Commission -
IEa:P.'rvil.LLY announce to their friends
R ;un-i th. pcublbe ge-nerally, that they have formed j]
a connettion in the .dl,tcv bcusitne-s, tad have leasedJ
th Fil ;i:0 it W A R iloUS5E of Coel. Clan- e
to.-. -.th 6 tile oef P eynicle street, recently ocou
i.. 4 'g. Geurge L. A nder,.oni. be
1-rit iteir loni! e-xpemriee, they flatter them- t
ree ihhtt thiey wiel tbe ena~ble to give entire satis
tact.on tto thecx who many fa-.or them with consign- -
menits of GU -'s O~N or othier grodee.
r'Teir proemptt f.ersan.dI attention will be given to
Orders for liA1.G ilm,ROPE, &c.,and purchasing
or family supp;lies at lo-esat market prict S. Also to'
the forwnrdin~g of G.ouds cousigned to our friends in
lOhuil tC~lh :4e-:ntese made, when desired by
- o .,r .e e-ill be the samne as those of o-.her
he.,.a othe aryegatged in the same business. of0
ho.-.. o ie Ct -,JA MES M. DYE,
AINDREW'G. LATAS'IE. fui
Augusaa Aok10 31
Cheap Dry Goods!
3ROOM & NORRELL
RE now receiving a't their N EW STORE,
. No. 238 Broad-street, a large and elegant as
staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Their stock is one of the LA R G EST nI MOST
CLEGANT in their line in the city, and ueanprises
It of the latest and amnest comnp1ete styeS Of tle sea
on. They would respectfully solicit public patron
go, and cordially invite all to examine their Goods.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
Fanoy Dress Silks. Plaids and Stripes;
Rich Silk Robes A'quile, very heavy;
Rich Bayadere Siks; Poplins;
Handsome Foulards ;
Plain black Silks, all widths and high lustres,
Blek Brocade Silks, Stripes, Plaid and Fisures,
ourning and Half Alourning Silks, Rich Frneli
riuted all Wool Delaines, Robes A'quill, Bays.
lere Stripes, Cashmere Decosse, Valencia PlaidE
zd Tarlatans, and a variety of other Goods fox
Printed Coburgs; Paramattas;
English and French lerinovs ;
Plain and Printed Delaines and Persians, all
French, English and American Prlts, great va
French, English and A merican Ginghams, greal
Plait, Printed and Opera Flannels:
Cloaks and mantillas, o' the hatest styles, fror
ow priced to very r cl. in great variety
Clhenile Shawls and Se rfs, and alnost. ever-.
leseription, frot low priced to very fine quality ;
A large amnortinent of Lian Clq-hs, all colors, foI
aloaks antd Manitillas;
Mourning Goods, of every style, suitable for thc
Hoop Skirt., every s'tyle and quality used ;
Corsets, French and Railroad.
)f all kinds, and a fair assortment of French Work
d Collars, Sleevelfands, Floemncins, Embroid
red Skirts, llandkerchiefs., Infants' Waists, Work.
d Edginuts,and le-ertings.
Gloves, of all kinds, for Ladies, Gents and Boys
Hosiery, "" " "
Flannels, large assortment, all prices and quali.
Meiio Vests, for Lalies. Children and Gents.
All tyles Cassim4s, Iheeskinis, Corduroys, Sat.
et(s, twee-ds, Plain and Plaids ; Kenteeky .Jeans
;arelina Jeans; Merino Cassimers, for Children;
'laids and Rob Roys. for Children, &e.
Largest assrtlent and areatest varietfof.Plan
tion Id Servants' goods in the city. comprising
ble imet s!uratle Goods in the market inl the way
( Kerreys, White and i :rown Plains, heavy '1'wills,
Ainseys, Osnabeurgs and Stripes, Ilom, sIon, P'aids,
Neegro Blankets, White arid Grey ;
M ickinaw "
Vaney 4 every do4-ription.
Bed Blatnkets, from a miali (.'ti'.iket toa
e y large and superiir !Mtcket.
As we have but one iree, our Good.i wii! b:- ofl'
red at the l(51 pr:ces, %% It ch we vu',ir;atite ii
1 a4 inw as any in the South rn eeuntry. Oar
otem not only ea:.ell-- us to se!l our Goods at
ae lowest peries, but it aso perotects thre heuver
-er paying over mtarket price, as lie inar~tiably
os, where there is an asekitng aitd a tekiteg pie.
Ale Orders will ree.-ive our personal and prmp
ttetioi, and our best jndgmgeint in executing th. mn.
BROO.\ & N OlR RL L,
.\ ugus-ta S-et. 30. tf. 3-i.
'ORNER I NDER GLOBE HOTEL,
LC. DE'IING las now in Store hris en
, tire Stek eef F A L L ande WV I N T E R
1001)5, being the mosit cotmplete ever offered,
1 art laccer t-ries :o cash ande prompnlt piniig eus
auners. Amtonig which will lbe found
SHEA DRESS GOODS.
he reaitest vaieity th1t C:mi be found in the City.
he ltohe- a Qtuil'e, Reba Volantz, Beyedere, (t wo
ze stripee,) Vek-nt re-s, Peptins aind sid e Stripie-all
ryinig. in pri:. e from~e $20 toe 800 per Robe.
Alseo. Seolid t:oreei SI LKh', in eve..ry shade,
'ith RIHBO.N S :imd V E1VIETS foer Side Stripe
.1 of which are entirely new and confined styles.
Beiled lBlac!: SI LKS, warranted to ma~in amn their
WOOL DRESS GOODS
i every variety, emibracinig Robe a Quille, Beyc
re, Vehantz, eet., with the usual styles and quaali
EMiBROID)ERS and LACE GOODS, moist
empete, and at a lower rates than ever be-fore
Square aind Laen~'. for Gentse, Ladlies and Chal
en : M1ou~ninaz to, Full IDr'e<, from 25 eenutt to
,& A lbo-ge vaiet iVof CIIENEII.E, with lain
d Figuredl Cenrtree.
MYANTILLAS AND COLLARS
run S'! Cloth, to) $0 Veleet. Pt ticutar atten
.tn has b.-en pa~id to thtem, being nenidu full and oif
ic best VEdc t.
Alsoe, Ch:ldien's and Misces' Cloaks, Merinos.
obergs, Casioners and ajUslin 1)etains of all
French, 1Knglishr and A merican Solid and Figured
P R A FLA N NELS.
Children's DRESS GOOD3, of Wool and Sillk
Ncw and cotnfined style-s MOURNING GO0I)S
KE'RSEYS AND BLANKETS
t hwer ratta-s titan cain be purchased elsewhere.
- \1y haeusa is the onliy one where Geoerg-e
hley's-warrantedi tall wouol filing-W II I T IC
'KOiGI \ PL.\INS can hee hadl. 'f laey atre the
ot d- sirabale and (eotaondeal Goods ever offered
LI NSEYS, OSNA IURGSSTR IPES, HIOME
P.NS, FLA NNELS, IIOSIER Y, TICKINGS,
e., in fulil variety.
REerv article that I hnvo shall be~ ofi'ered nt dhe
west ~rates peessibule. An exaination soicited.
11. Orders pcunetnially atnd carefully attended to.
l~. C. DKullNG,
Corner utnder Globe Hotel.
Auusta, Sept 1I tf 36
esh and Saxony Flannels!
[AS received from Newv-fork.
Real Welsh Flannels, warranted not to
Superior Saxony and Patent Flannels, of extra
We!sh Gatse and Silk Warp Flannels ;
eavy Shaker Flannels, of superior style and
Ie avy White Deemestic Flannels, at leow prices;
Suprior Red Flanuels. for Servants, at very low
The publie tare respect ully requested to call and
camine the assortment.
Angusta Sept. 30. tf. 38.
-JAS just receivted from New Yiork, English
L I. Y'elve~t and Brussels C A l'PETsi, of ric-h and
e-ant styled. -.\ .0
Three lely and Jigrain CA RIETS, of new tandI
autiful partten<. to whech he respecitly invites
a attenatlena uf the pubiie.
Bep. 16 1857 tf .
Rich Dress Silks,
A UG USTA, G..
AS just received from New York, Lales'
.IDrs SILKS, of new andl splendid styles;
Plain Black SILK, foer Ladies' Moeurnaing Dresses.
Ladies' Printed Cashmere and De'aino ROB ES,
To which the attention of the public is respeet
eL 16 1un7 t3
J. K 110111 & 09.r
J. 1 NEWBY & 00,,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
SPLUNDID READY MADE
UNDER TilE UNITE) STATES HOTEL,
W E are now receiving at our old Stand under
the Unitea States Hotel. our supplies of
FINE READY MADE CLOTHING,
Well adapted to the Fall uad Winter ueaon, and
whict we reel assured will please our patronas and
friends. Our irmVnsU Stock eonsists in part of
CLOTH, BEAVER, SEAL SKIN, BLANKET AND FLUSHING
Fine lnek, Blue and Oi'e
DRESS AND FROCK COATS.
Of all Deseript-ons and OClors.
Coatp, 'arts and Vests to natelh.
Fine black Cassimerc Pants,
Pi~d, Plain, P-triped, and other Style, of Faney
Silk, Merino, WoUal, Velvet, Satin liarath:-a. ndI
other styk-s of the latest andi imos-t 'ashionableI
Together with EVERY STYLE of Goods for
We keep aiw;. on ha--d a very hargie Stock of fine
Shirts, Drawers, Suspenders, Gloves, Neck
Ties, Stocks, Collars, Half-Hoes,
TRAVELLING SHAWLS, 1I01ES DE
CTIlAlBRE, &c. &c.
All of which will be scold at the lowest matrket
prices. Call and take a Look.
T A I L 0 RING!
Almo a 1A avy Stock of tine CLOTHS. CASSI
M ER|s. V KST NGS, &c., to which we invite the I
a'tema i:n of eovery badv. These groods will be made
tip to or.1- r at the ihortest notice, and in a satisac
Au;4n:a,.Sept 30 tr 38
CHEAP CASH STORE 1
I GRAY & TURLEY,
- AUc:STA, OA.,
H AVING theronally removed t their NNW
IITQR I. under thne UT. S. Hotel,
acre nocw r- emmiiea. a lull and comaplte. artmen~t of
rich andl elegant
D RY G OO DS,.
'A h.ish ha'in:r b.-en purchasedc for CASfI, under
thie depre sedc sinte otf thce maonetary aiflhirs oif the
Northc. aenbh- them toc olier facilities to elose pur
ehatser< rarely to lbe nmet with. Merebanits, P'lan
ters. and Lthe Ladies par ieularly, would consult
their interesat hv an exainationa of our stok oad
p*rier s. Hlavin~z a resident purchaser at the .earth.
wve are ine the contt.inuacl receipt oft " .l01 LOTS"
fromi sueti~on, nit uniprecedented low prices
A m'atg our assoircm. nat will be found the richest
atnd neiwbst D)RliSS GOODS' of the season-such
ase lk-lb andl Eleanut (Cloredi ancd lalack SILKS.
racnginig froma X'S ue-nts to 5 per ynrd. 'omeiting to
sp~ecifyv all the mniufactred c4 jaw breaking" rnatmes
used on such oae~ccasn.)
Fine all Wool usliwin DEL AINE, laien and fig'd.
Cheap Muslin Da-Laies in greaet varety
Lupini's best black Alpacece and lio:chcaz'nes.
Thec very best quality : draz. OSNA ~lURGS;
Hfeavy all Wool Filling Georgia I'LA INS and
Heavy chaeapa Salinets :atll Wool Plaid i nse-ys;
BneSue ipecc and PI'aid Hlomespeuus;
lroa. Homaesiptun and .lanee;
Fine Bed BRanikets, very eaip.
Fine English Tapestry Velvet ;
"C " " Brussels:
Superior Three-ply, flne Ingrain anid all Wool
Carpeing-(not having ric~rit in our new store to
keep Catrpeting. we will sell them at cost and char
I ,000~ Swi-s andi .lnekone. handus, Irom 25 ets to t
$1 wrthi lully docuble that ami ,uint.
5 (tOO Swi- a and Jackoncet Collars, ft oma 25 to 50
en.c wrth SI.
10tilfine Fr-ench work.-d Collars, $2,50 to $3,50,a
worth $5 to $a;.
Swvi a and ,Ilanet Eig'cga and linertni
great vacriety. ankrhes
Embtrocidered atnd lletcitchedIankrhe,
t..) fine Emblroidere J Setts, $2 to 55, exceedlingly
In the r-ame departn-enit will be found the most
comnplete avsortment of
that has ever becen in one l.uwc in Augusta, from
the lowest parie~ to thce tincet qutality, tor I .,dies,
G-stse, Mis-es acnd Yccuths. of eve-ry descripation. -
Ten catses fince 3 yard wide Sheeting. at ti! cents,
woarhi in the Jubbinig lie-uses ini New Yark trom
35 to 4tJ eenats.
Five bales fine Sea Island Ilomerpons. fie.
Tetn cases fine Cielice, warrante.1 fast ecedcrsor the
toney returned, fori 64 ent, wvorth 10 Lto 12.jets.
Thme bc-t anal checapesct l.iao-e that hanve eer beeni
kncown to celI in A ugusta. undecr any cirecmstanes.
are noiw on ouir chelves, arid onl1y re-quire an examc
iniationi t.; a Qnvince the macst fasutiediausc of the great
saving in purebasing Linnc Goaods frcem us. Spalen
dead frontinig Linen fur 37b cents, that leas never
beena knownc to sell in Augtusta faor less than 62 to
The moat superb Lincn Damnask ever broaught to
this mcarket at va-ily reduced rates. Spalendcid Tur- e
kish Trowels for the bath room, 6.4 l..ng, only l2) e
cents, worth 37 cents.
Russia and iluekaback Diapers, in great vairiety,
Five hundred 12.4 square
For SI ,50, worth $3: fine French Miarseilles Quilts,
large size, $3,50 to $5, worth fromn $8 to $10.
A very latrge and varied stock of every description of
Selectedl with thce utmcost care lay decided judges of
Goods, at auction and such other places as bargains
could be obitained, within the last two weeks, to
which we wuld invite the atrenction of thoise pur
ebiasing for cash, guacranteeing that we cenm sae
them ai very large per(ttU cn allo an aina~l;tion Of
ocur stock. OlAY & TUlR LEY.
A tugusta Sept. 30. 11.,'.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c,
B~roadl Street, .uuguustn, Ga.
TOIN & TIlmlI.\S A. BONES, invite the at .
tteintion oft the PlaI~nters of South Ccalina, to
their stock o~f SIF7edes Bron imported by them
Idirect fromc Swedl n--A LSO-refined English anid
Sheet I ron Mlill I rons, Lend, Ccapper, Zinal Carpen
te-rs and Smrithis Toojls, Cast, Bli-ter and Plow Stell,
Trace, Wagon. Liag anid Cecil Chains, Iron A xels,
Hoes, Hiames, A xes, Nails, and a full assortment o
A tso-A large nc'airtment of the hosat approved r
Suchnasetr~ lf-ehrpeninlr Straw Cutte~rs. Corn Sh.- .
lers, Wh~.et l'arts, Paiows, I larrows, Ox Y ackes. &e
And the largert :and best atsseorcs. entI of flodegera &.
Son~s CITiTLERY, ever off'ered in ti Mlarket. I ,
Atigrista, Dee, 2, 1856,, if 47 I
IIAMBURG ADV, RTISEMENTS.
HAMBURG, S. C.
I'HE Subscriber respectfully announces to his
friends and the public generally that he has
nted the old and well-established House known
s the CAROLINA HOTEL, recently occupied by
oux A. MAYS, and is now prepared to furnish in
niple accommodations to all who favor him with ]M
The House and farniture has recently undergone ta
u entire renovation, and every requisite arrange- N
tent to promote the comfort and happiness of my (
nests has been made. It is my intention to maike
lie CAROLINA a FIRST CLASS HOTEL, and
y every exertion will be in view of this object.
My TABLE shall receive particular attention,
nd the best the market affords will be furnished
n abundance. Attentive SERVANTS will always
* readiness to obey the behiests of those who may
all on me.
By the first of October I will have my NEW r.
I T A B L E S erected, and will then be better pre
iared for the accommodation of -Horses. 2
r.ZFamilies visiting Hamburg or Augusta will
nd the " Carolina Hotel" all that they can pcii- 'I
WT A liberal share of public encouragement is
arnestly solicited. JOHN LYON.
Hamburg, Sept 23 t 37 3
TO THE PUBLIC,
r IIC Undersigned having iold the American -T
fHotel to G. C. CUNNINGIIAM & CO.,
ake this occasion to return our thanks to the pub
ic generally for the liberal patronage bestowed
ipon us. and would solicit the same for its present
. 0. It. P. SCOTT & CO.
Ilamburg, May 30, i857.'
AMERICAN HOTEL, IF
HAMBURG, S. C.
TilIE Subscribers take this opportunity of in
forming their friends nnd the public generally ti
hat they have bought the above IOTEL, and
ire havini it refitted in Iie best posible st) le for
heir reception. We flatter ourselves that' every
tecessary arrangem(nt has been miade to promote
he comfort of all who favor us with their eompnny.
)ur ROOMIS are airy and comfortably furnished;
5ERVANT. attentive and obedient. And our
r'A BLE will be co.ns4tantly supplied with the best r
hoe eansn anffordit. Our fricendi may therefore rest
atislied that every ex,-rtion will bv cheerfully ren
lered to make their mjourn pliesant and acreeable.
There will he in attendance a GOOD OST LER,
iad llorses left in our charge will rtceive particu
Wi Persons arriving at this flouse may feel as- t1
ured that their baggage will be pr.noptly sent, r
'ree of charge, to the Carolina or to either of the C
We silicit a share of the patronage of those visit- w
ng our Town. G. C. CUNNINFIAM, a
MARY S. CUNNINGHAM, [
Hamburg, June 1, 1857. ly 21 'I
TO THE PUBL I C,
CHEAP CASH STORE!
CHEAP CASH STORE I
LOOK FOR IT,
LOOK FOR IT,
LOOK FOR IT,
Under the American Hotel, Hamburg.
Under the American Hotel, Hamburg.
Under the American Hotel, Hamburg.
O! E have recently opened a NEW and SPLEN
u I tck of
DM 600DS, CLOTHIING, SHiES,~
IIATS. CAPS, TRUNKS, &c., &c.
~Lsas. an excellent assortment of DOMESTICS, to
thichl we call the attentio'n of, all who visit this
Conmc and 19ok for yourselves ! We arc satisfied
lhat the prices and qualdity of Goods will give
atisfactioni. Dontieforget tolook for the .
CHEAP CASE! STORE,
Under the .'.merican Hotel.
hlamburg, Sept 22, 3mn 37 *
RR3A FOR NICABAUUA !
I 1lE Unde~lrsigned begs leave to inform the
1Puablic that they are opening at very large
ud well selected Stock of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps,
t00TS, SROES, TRUNKS. UMBR ELIAS, &c.
iso, a slmendid assortmenmmt of DOiESTICS.-all
t which will be s.old at a low price for Cash.
W Give us a trial-il trill he to veur nwn in
er/ SEYJON & K ROVU ,
Illnmhurg, S. C., Sept 23 :im ei
A TING~ henemployed by Messrs. SIBLEY
&1Ui.E to superintend their interest itn
be Cotton T rnde, I hopec to sthare a liberal
ortion of tlie Trade that comnes to our Market.
I now return my sincere thanks to' the P'lante'rs
f Edgefl.-d, Abbeville, Laurens and Newberry
listricts, for the liberal patronage that I have re
elved from their hands, amid hope to merit a con
nuance of the same same.
I give thme very lilGIIEST PRiCES for Cotton
uid other produce. All I wanit is a showing, and
will buay it. L. GENTRY.
I'atmbt'rg, Sept 22 tf 3
.,TIlE GSubscriber begs leave to .
inform thme p.ublic that lie his in
tore, att the Nlnd (oCenpied by hin the last senl
ms, a WELL4 SELECTED) Stock of Planters'
upplies, consisting of
Museovado andI Porto, Rico SUGA RS;
Stuat's II. hi. & C. Soft"
" Pulverised "i
ilaltimnore 1t. finery of same quality ;
MOL AtSSisS. 1ihs., TiereL's an-d liarrels;
Ri" :m. .Java COFS:
IRON all..izeand llh')LLO)W WARE;
B.\GGING, iROPE and TWINEK;
Gunsny Cloth. a heavy artijele;
Osnaburgsx ands stripe.s
7.8 and 4-4 Augusta GOsds;
S A LT. verv iarg.e Sneks~
50 llhas. IIACON 8lll ;
10 " SiIOULD)ERS;
SOAP, CAN l)LES, STA RCH., &e , &c., all
f which will be sold on accommodating terms to
tg Orders solicited and promptly attens-d to.
Hauscao,.June 6 Uf 22
PELLET IER & CO. o
DEALERS IN tc
DMGS~ AND MED~iCINES, .1
HIA MBURO, S. C.,
BEPP receiving their rsupplies for the Summer
Sand Fal. Trade, consIsting of
Irugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffrs,
Colours, Spices, Brushes, Glass, Eoaps, -
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
ALL ARTICLES '
enecrally fotund in their line of business. U
Fitf P'lanters, Me.rchmant., Physicians andi all
er'senr dealitng in our line will find it to their in
:rest to !give ms~ a call a., wre a.re determsined to soll -
t tihe VE RY LOWEST PIES.
SPhmier; eaa rely up.on h::ing~ iheir nmem- 1
ramnduims iple-l with the I lVIA fi' ARTI!CLES, j
nid put u in, ;ackn-.e t' mif I !; tr !nvenience. V
A. JA. P :.US -fA T IZ & Ci). tI
*Next door tp A. Burnside.
lramntua' J'Ty 15, Cm 27
FOR LIVER COMPLAINT, Al
)UBLIC opinion and Physicians have decide
. SARSAPARILLA that can be obtained.
gredients are well known to Physicians and ti
EDICINES, when appropriately used, eften I
Nothing more need be said in reaise of it,
ins in addition to Sarsaparilla, ti - hydro-alel
!hite Ash, Grey Bread, or Fringe Tree (Chion
?odophylluin,) and Blood Root (Sanguinaria.)
8&i-Those prefering this Compound Prepart
ENNIS' ALTERATIVE, Olt GEORGIA S
For sale at Edgefield C. H. by G. L. PENN
July 15, 1857.
[EDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA,
r'IIE Twenty-Sixth Course or Lectures in this
LI nstitution, will cornmeniee on MONDAY, the
I NOV EMBER next.
E'meritus Professor of Anatomy, G. M. NEW
ON, M. D.
Anatomy, II. F. CAMPBELL, M. D.
Surgery, L. A. DUGAS, M. D.
Institutesand Practice of ledicine, L. D. FORD
blateria Medica, Therapeutics and Mledical Juris
rudence, I. P. GARVIN, M. D.
Obstetries and Diseases of Women and Infants
A. EVE. M. D.
Physiology and Pathological A natomy, II. V. M.
I IL LER, M. D.
Cheinistry and Plharmacy, ALEX. MEANS
Demonstrator of Anatomy, ROBERT CAMP.
ELL, M. 1).
Assisint Itemonstratorof Anatomy,R. B. SIM.
IONS, M. D.
Clinical Lectures will be delivcred in the City
liespital and at the Jackson street liospital.
Fee for whole Course. $105.
Matriculation Ticket (to be taken once.) $5.
Far further particulars. apply to any member o
I - Faculty, or to 1. '. GAIWIN, Dean.
Augusta. Ga., Sept. 30 1857 St 38
- PLUMB & LEITNER,
TIE attention of the public is invited to ou1
r Stock of C[ICE UNADULTERATEL
Irugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass
,nd all other urtiel-s in our line. We feel assurei
mt no House in-the South can oiler a S'o4 supe
or to ours in ge-nuineness and purity. All our
ieinal preparations are made in strict accordance
'ith the formularies of the U. S. Pharmnacopia
ith the best materials. and by the proper weight:
nd measures. Our Stock of
ENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
i full, and] we have unequalled arrangements foi
wening additional supplies at the shortest notice
Feeling confident that we can furnish our cus.
mers with the Best Article, on reasonable
-mis. we respectfully solicit orders, and pledge
irtelves to fill them with fidelity and despatch.
PLUNH & LEITN ER.
Late D. B. Plumb . Co.
Augusta, Ga.,April 13, 9mn 14
C jL: li iR.TE 1)
Two of the best Prepar-ations of thze A g.
They are not reconm
mended as Universal
Cure-alls, but simply for
what their name pur.
The VERMIFUGE, for
expelling Worms from
the human system, has
also been administered
with the most satisfactory
results to various animals
subject to Worms.
The LIVER PILLS, for
the cure of LIVER COM
PLAINT, all BilLIoUS DE
RANGEMENTS, SICK HEAD
Purchasers Wvill please
be particular to ask for
Dr. C. McLanc's Cele
brated VERM-IrUGE and
LIvE~R P:LLs, prepared by
SoLE PRoPRIETORs, 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. McLANE'S, are
The GENUINE McLane's
Vermifuge aind Liver
Pills can now be had at
all respectable Drug
60 Woon S-f., PrTfSBdRGH, PA.
SCOVIL & MERAD, No. 111, Charles Street
eneraml W holesale Agents for the Southern Stateb
whom amll orders imust be addressed.
G2 o!d by G. L.. PENN, Edgefield, S. C.; A.
CRECIGiITON and "uUTT & PELL.ETIER, llamburg
(INNERL & lA RRISoN, Longmires, and WARMAYW
LYON, A bbeville.
Ap pil 7, 1b57. 1y 13
COME GENTLEMEN, TREAT !!!
ITI CN von go to llamburg you can get good
ectint' t Da. CuNszso.uis, at the Ameri
rn Hoteli, and GOOD DRINKIN.G at the bar of
ur flouse, which is attached to the Iotel, ad
ider the supaerrisaion of thme Subscriber.
,10OIIN C. BOIILERI.
Ihamburg, Sept. 30 Cm 38
Mountaln -Dew Whsiskey.
[ AMi now receiving on C'onsigunment from Green
villo Distriet, a few barrels p~ure sweet Mash
SiI ilslmY-+idl to he from the besit Distillery ini
e Stato. Call in and examine.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
flamburg, May 27f tf 20
fD TO PURIFY TIME BLOOD.
d that this is the BEST PREPARATION of
It sells readily and gives great satisfaction. Its
e people at the South, to he GOOD, and GOOD
IFFECT GREAT CURES.
than to publish what it is composed of. It con
1oholic extract of Queen's Delight, (Stillingia,)
anthus) Tincture of May Apple, or Mandrake,
io'n of Sarsaparilla, should express in their orders
and Dvs. A. G. & T. J. TE . GUE.
iO3 Tua Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
respectfully announce him am a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield District at the next eketion.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, res
pectfully announce him as a candidate for Bherif,
of Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., o1
Hamburg, in the upper part of the District, respect
fully announce him as a candidate for Sherif of
Edgefield District at the next election.
The friends of Co. WM. QUATTLEBUM res.
peotfully announce -him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
7 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate fur re-election for
Sherifi'cf Edgefield District.
C7r The friends of Mr. JAM ES SPANN, re
spectfully nominate him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District, at the next election. %
07 Tfa Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefleld District at the next election.
:' THE Friends of Col. S. HARRISON re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefleld District, at the ensuing election.
5M THE Friends of JACKSON COVAR re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefleld District at the ensuing election.
LT The friends of Mr. F. M. NICHOLAS re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the ensuing election.
57 We are authorized by the friends of Mr.
EDMUND PENN, to nominate him as a Candidate
for Clerk of Edgefleld District at the ensuing elec
BT he friends of Mr. LEWIS COLEMAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the next election.
'The lIriends of Capt. E. W. HORN, re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the ensuing elec
IT The friends of Capt THEOPHILUS DEAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for re
election to the office of Tax Collector of Edgefield
District; at the ensuing election.
(1 The Friends of Mr. CH AR LES CA RT ER
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefleld District, at the next election
07 The Friends of Mr. CITAS. M. M AY, res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Col
ector of Edgefield District at the next election.
(TnTn Friends of Maj. JOH1N C. L.OVE
LESS respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
Tax Collector of Edgefi-id Distr ict at the ensuing
IEThe friends of STA RLTNG TURNER, an
nounegm a candidate for Tax Collector at the
0T The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect
fully announce him as a Candidate fos Tax Collec
tor of Edgefield at the next election.
i. We are authoriz.ed by the friends of W. F.
.DURISOE, Esq., to nominate him as a Candidate
for re-election to' the Office of Ordinary of Edge
field District, at the ensuing election.
2f' The friends of Capt. E. B. FORREST, re
spectfully announce hinm as a Candidate for Ordi
nary of Edgefield District at the next election.
CARRIAGR REPOSITORY !
OCII R I S T IE & lilU R L B E R T.
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
And all other urtieh-s in their line. 'They barve
miade arrangements to keep their Ihouse supplied
with the ISEN-T ARTICLKS, from the BEST
.Factories in the United States, which they will
se!I LOW FOR CASil, or fur good paper on
CARRIAGES and BU.GGIES of every deh
cription will be furnished to order on sho.rt notice.
A pril 22 tf 15.
State of Southn Carolina,
ianey Merchatnt and others, ,
es. ~ For Partition
Hernry B. Ga'llman and wife
Mary Ann and others. .
I T appearing to my satisfacetion that Joel Mo~r
chant and Jamies Merchant, two of the Defen
dlants in the above stated ese, reside beyond the
limits iof this State, It is therefore ordered that
they do) appear and object to the idivision or sale of
ilhe Real Samnate of R.obert Me.rchant, dee'd, on or
befree the 12th if January next, (l$58) or their
conbent to the same will be entere~d of record.
W. F. DURISO, e.a D.
0ct. 1R. 12:a 41
THlE STATE? OF SOUTH -CAROLINA,
Richard Gregot y,
n. Pettion for Par.
Jhna Gregory and others.
.FT appearing to my satisfaction that JIohn Grego
kry, Rather Rankin, wife of Dlavid Rankin, de
ceased, Joehn Rankin aund his wife [larriet, Sha
drackh Deais and his wife Ceily, Defendants in the
above stated case, reside without the linits of this
State, It is therefore ordered, that they do appear
and object to the division or sale of the real estate
of Sarah Gregory, dee'd., on or before the 23d day
of Decemnber next, or their consent to the samte
will be entered of riecord.
W. F. DUnIISOE, os a .
Ordinary's Office, Sept 30, 1857. 12te39
Estate of John Doby, dec'd.
A LL persona indebted to the Estate of John
Dt.1oby, d ee'd., are reqjuested to settle up prior
to Tuesday the 19th day of Jafliary next. And
those having demanuds against said Estate are no
tified to render them in, properly attested, by that
date, as we intend making a final-settlement of the.
personal Estate oni that daiy.
DEVOR E & A TKINS, A gents
For Matilda Duby, .Admn'x.
Oct 12 14t 40h
TIlIE Subscriber hasi One flundred Thousand
HARD BURNT BiRICK for sale at $8
Cash, per thousand, take them as they come, or
$1t0 if f charge them. W. L. PA RKS.
Oct 14 2m*e 40
A FTERt this date all Good. purchased of us
l.and returned, will he resold on account of the
purchaser. BLAND & BUTLER.
ggN B-We will receive in payment of Ac
counts and for Goods, the Notes or all the South
Carolina, Augusta and Savaynsh Banks..
E S TA BL I'SHM-ENXTIP
EDGEJIELD, 8, C.
IgMJOHN. M. WIT,
having ja t re
turned from New York' with a most CO1PLETE
and MAGNIFICENT assortment of.
Respectfully announces to his friends'and patrons
that be is now prepared to eixhibit as beautiful
and well manufactured an assortment of CABINET
FURNITURE 1s can be found in the. S6uthern
States. This Stock selected with great care
and he flatters himself, with much tabte andJudg
ment,-was bought for CASH it redticed fig
ures, and consequently will be ot'ered a's LOW
as can be aforded. My large assortmeint consists
in part of
A splendid variety of one and superfine
Mahogny Wardroteh ,
A rich lot-all styles-of Rosewood and Mahogany
Rosewood and Mahogany ibraries,
SECRETARIES WITH BOOK CASES,
A beautiful collection of RQsewood and lalogany
WASH SINKS OR STANDS,
A good stock of excellent spring bottom
Improved styles of Rosewood and Mahogany
FOLDING IRON BEDSTEADS,
. A unique and rare assortment of
Mahogany and Rosewood Tables,
Consisting of PARLOR, CARD, TEA, EX .N
SION and Ladies WORK TABLES, such as must
please the best judges of the good and beautiful.
Toilet Stands with Glass,
-A lot of
Corner Stands and Portable. Desks,
A variety of fine
Jo~en m a geg (g
An unusually large assortment of
- A 2E '3E. s, .
Comprising- Solid Mahogany spring bottom Rock
ing Chairs; Spring bottom solid Mahogany Parlor
Chairs; Cane seat Maple Rocking and Parler
Chairs; a small lot of Prescott Oak Chairs; Chil
dren'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.
This Stock, which commands the admiration of
all who have kindly visited my new Store; was, as
above stated, purchased on reasonable prices, and
will be sold astonishingly LOW FOR CASH. And
I would here state that circumstances, with which
all are well acquainted, renders it necessary that I
should adopt the CASH SYSTEM and strictly ad
here to it, otherwise I cannot carry on my business.
An examination of my gtock is solicited. Better
bargains are not to be had in Augusta or any
other Southeg City.
I continue to make to order any FURNITURE
wanted, and also to repair all old Furniture sent.
Send along your work and it shall be done in a
5Yif I bespeak a liberal share of public patron
age. . . M. WVITT,
'Opposite the Post 0O11ce.
July 1, tf 25
F"ROM New York, a Lot of Crib CR ADLES,
1'Wind ow Chairs. Quartett Tables, Otomans,
Foot Stools, Child's Table Chair,', &o.
JCSIIN M. WIT?.
July 29 if 29
WINDOW SHADES & CARPETIlyG.
Ai FINE dupply of Window SHADES and
klFixtures. Alsoj, a lot of CA RPi-.TuNG .inst
receive.d and Tor sale by: . J. M. WJyT.
Aug26 If -33
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSIHP.
T lE Undersigned have as
1 sociated themselves to
gether, under the. name of
SMITil & .lONES, for the
purpose of cnrrying on the
Coach Naking and Repairing Business
in all its various brandhes. '1 hey expect to k'esp
constantly on hand a good assortment of .
CARtRIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKA WA YS, &C,
--Of the latest styles.
'' All sorts of RI EPrAfRNG done in the best
msanner. nnI with the greatest dispatch.
.A liberal share of patronage is respecetfully soli
eited. F. L. SMITII,
.Elgefield, eb 2,157. tf 7
Boot and Shoe JYanufactory.
TlIE Subscriber hav'ing opened a B-0 OT
.AND S 110 E 3IANUP-ACTORLY
next door to the Post Office, re.spec't'ully announcgs
to the citizens or Eudg'fleld Village and Distriet, that
he is preparedl to make to order any article in the'
Boot and Shoe Business i
f lavinst the besut workmeu'in the District in his em
ployment and being a prnaein workman himself
he feels warranted in saying that his work will be
dom-. in the neatest and' latest styles.
lie has also on hand a large Stoek of fine PUMP
SO LED and fine WE LTED and -DOUBLE Soled
BOOTS. Also, a stock of geuglemen and ladies'
SilOES-all of his own manuufature-which he
will sell for cash.
. KICHIOLAS McEVOY.
N. B.-A Negro boy wanted to learn the Boot
and Shoe trade.
Feb 4 - if 4
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE
T H E Subscriber offers for sale hi. HOUSE and
LOT in the Village of Edgefield, consisting
of three ncres, with every necessary . building on
the pr.'misea, well of excellent water, &c.
Ternms accommodating. W. LOGUE.
M~ar 4 - f 8
A L L persona indebted to the Estate of Charles
LkMcGregor, Dec'd. will please make immedi
ate pasyment. And those having any demands will
present them properly attested.
A. RAMSAT, Adm'r.
July 7 1657 if 26
IS hereby given, that application will be made to
Ethe Legislature at its next session, for a release
of all the right and interest of the State in the Es,
cheated Property of Charles McGregory, deeased,,
to JAxas S. HaxosasoN and Hlcan McGagcoa.*
Aug. 29 1857 - 3m 36:
EFORE me by Spencer Jennings living three.
Bmiles East of Richardsonville, one 80R RBB.
horse COLT, hind feet white, star in the forehead,
and supposed to be about 18 months old. Apprai
ed at $35. C. ATTA WAY, M.E.DA
Sept 23 4ttm 37'*
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate -of D). K.
L.Mealing, dee'd., are requested to settle with
out delay, and those having denianda against the
Eattae must present them properly attested by the
second Monday In January next, or ~ their raid
claims will be exeluded, as a final settdement will
he made in the Ordinary's O1ice on that day.
J. P. MEALING, Adm'or.
.July 8 . '6m 26
A LL persons having demands against the Estate
tof Abiah Morgan, deense., are requested to
present them, and all persons indebted to the Estate
are requested to pay up by the 1st January, al in- 0
tend to close the business.
G EO. W. MORGAN, Adm'r.
Oct. 6 1857 3m 3g
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of W. 5,
8L. myly, deceased, aro requested to make pay.I
mgnt by the first of January next.. A fter that they
will have to settle with somebedy else besides my
sel- J. C. SMYLY, MAth