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dgefield Advertiser Extra
EDGEFIELD, S, C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1857.
<!tIS1, It I. DiltISIOEkELIEW1I KEESE,
''ERES OF SUSSCRIPTON.
"wo fOb,.LARs nar Vatr. ir tai-l inadvanne--Two
al.LAP'4 sair FITY , rre tr not paid within aix
- .cer raw., - %- ir nt ild beforte the
. . t -not distinet
... .r -rii-'de. will he con.
- unii al nrr--ar"og are paid, or at the optionof
e -riptions ot f the Distrier and from other
-tw. malbt invariahlv ne paid for in advance.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
VI at ..rtiseenta will be correctly an: conspicu
n- ne..rted at Seventy-tive Cents per Square (12.
Par-vi-r lines olr !--e) for the firsi i'azerliopn, and Fifty
--< fir each sutb'.qiinuat in-ertion. When only pub
i.n'ed .lomthly or Quarterly $1 per square will be
:X.ch ant' every Transi.-nt Advertmenisenlt, to secure
palicity th'oug!h nrr columns, must invariably be
mtd en sd -nee.
All Advertisern'nts -itat havini the dt.ired nunber
4r inm-rtiuns markea un the -uarcin, will be continued
until forhid std chargot arr.ordirngly.
Ttise desiring to adverise by tha year can do so
on the most liberal ternts-it being distinctly under.
siooi 'hat contrace, for yearly advertising are con
ned to the immidiate, legitimate business of the firm
or individual contracting.
All communications of a personal character w'.tl be
charged as advertisements.
Obituary Notices exceeding one square in length
will he charged for the overplus. at regular rates.
Announcmg a Candidate (nut inserted until paid
for,) Five Dollars.
For Adv -riising Estrays Tolled, Two Dollars, to be
paid lo the Magietrate advertising.
H. L CUNNIN1GHAVI & CO,
GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
FOREIGN WINES & LIQUORS,
EAMURG, S. C.
W E take this opportunity or returning thanks
to our patrons and f iends for the very liberal
4iie tura.Veent tial fazvirs we have rt ceived for sev
erad years past and respe otfully solicit a continuance
of the sam'e. Our highest iaiis, and best endeav
ears will be to ineit and deserve the patronagte of
our old customers, friends and the public generally,
by conducting our business as we have done hereto
fore, and increasing our reputation for
Low Prices and Fair Dealing,
And n::kine it to the decided advantage of all who
favor us with their trade.
The iinere.Fei patronage we have received and
are continua!ly rceeivitg has induced us to BUY A
L.%RG E and W V L L A S601RTEP Stock of Goods.
in -order to imeet the growing demands and increase
The Nuperior Qa Ality
Of nii Goods ul'.fred V, the ',!- at this estab'ish
nitit. is .-o 'll krown that vee-v litfi i 11'\5W
" l"" and . y lz Y ItliS'i' QLI A LI'T Y OF
Gu00-. is the s' stem of b-.siines the subscribers
are dt ternimed to cdtrry out. 'This will be made ap
pli.-nble to every branch of thtir business.
Our Gods in ull in! tanets will b)e what they are
represented to be-and when sold by samiple. shall
ilwavs be in conformity with the sample
ai el coanstantiv receivin and have in Stere a
CUo.1LETE A'SoRTLF.iNT or
GR O C E R I ES,
A ',f VRUSH in, CLA IEED. ST. CROIX
ANI) OR LEANS SUG.\ RS,
ORI '- ANb t--Y 1wy & CiUUA MOILASSES,
Ti~N'l.S'la A Nt BA LTIMtORE BACON.
LA RD, SOD)A, STA RCH,
S0A P, CA N i'L[S,
n~ tTl., WI.\E .AND .gr~LE Vlt EGARS. &c.
A lairge- asortmnt af
WINEN AND LIQUR
ou~s-. If'iPes, I t lav s and quearter Casks of
Ste oingt~ celtebrated Brands and Viutages,
\1artel & Co.. ~ i
.1 J hlupy, 1.,.
M.\DE~ii-l. PORT1 \ l) S RRlY WINE',
nl;i\ I..I"- w Il ls.h 1Y , AND
Damesuc~a L i q nor o f all kinds!
Tug ' iwa:.NcGil5N;-Sa e i r -t'tare ;ur siichl ais 0
iia,. this Let.aibiimenLt in ta..-t the substittme of the
Cei.ar of eve C ,..nuimer.
lil~l.S tind persoans wantri:.g sma:t] assortiaJ
lots of Choic Wites aind l.iqu .,s ir .pecial oceat
5jlone ecm hae supplied at the' :-hoartest niattee.
LUt!NTRY TAIti)E suPp~lied at thae wholesakt
F"15l11IES ean co';nmand the- best Table Winer
a; vetyv low pniees, as alsao thae eheaipest sorts U
u iine'and Liquors teir culinary purpaoses.
1hyilYllA NS requiring line Liquoars for medi
cal purpoises are particuilarly aoliectcd to call and ex
aine our Stock.
Vi e keep coanstautly on hand a
Of' Saddles. lIridles, Maritingales. Va hips. Suidal
Biikets. lied ilzinkets, several Caises ft (ine
newted and Pegged laiaats and tshoes, La
dies, al~sses aad Chailireii% Shoes,
Wateirpraaof f luntin an d hitch
Braeans from No I to a ,
Fur, u anoiu and si k lits,
Cloth, Plush and Faney (aps
Ocairgia Iliias, Gunny nud Dundem Ihagging,
Biale Rille, TIwine,.& , &c.
We salicit CAShl ORIJERS troim parties ai
visitinag our Toawn, and will endavoir in all mestai
ces to satisfy in every particular, all who confic
.rtatu.s iiting this Mairket are earnaestly solik
ted toa givae us a cal. betiare they miake their purebh
Sr s We are determied to tmake it tia their aidval
tagea -y Selling th..m theirt supplies LOn E tin
they cain but them elrewhere.
Er We will aive the market price for Cotto
sed eer other kind of prodene offered.
11. L. & G. C. CUNNINGHIAI
I atnmburg. Sept. 30 1857 Em 38
-A N D
Self-Sharpeninlg Straw Cutters
I? ''"'^ct hsjstrciva ndof
. ar sal a supaply ofl the most approved at
ec of CORN S11 EL.L ERS. Also, a large Stc
of those celebrtaed selle'h.rining S T R A
C U T T E ItS. The f.irmers will Please send
their orders. tf 3-1
' Fixtic s. .ia.a, at lot ofi - ll.uh~
received r'nd for sale by -. -.WI
Aug 26 t
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
B C. BRYAN would respectfully invite
. the attention of the public to his LARGE
and COMPLETE Stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
Selected in person, from well-known Houses, and
with especial care in regard to style, fabric and
T I E L A D.1 E 8
Will find his shelves ladene- with the choicest and
most magnificent supplies of
RICH AND ELEGANT DRESS GOODS,
Which he feels confident must please-must give
satisfaction. His large Stock consists in part of
Rich SILK ROBES, of all the latest styles;
Plain Black and Fancy SILKS, a great variety;
Valencia and Cashmere ROBES;
French and English Merinoes and Chintz;
"s " DeLains and Poplins;
French. English and American PRINTS;
French, Scotch and American GINGHAMS;
EMBROIDERIES of all kinds, comprising
a most beautiful and unique collection;
WHITE GOODS of all kinds, and cheap;
A full stock of LACES, EDGINGS. &c.;
SHAWLS, MANTILLAS, CLOAKS, &c.,
which are surc to win the admiration of the lovers
of the rare, the rich, the beautiful;
IOOP SKIRTS of every variety;
GLOY ES. 1HOSIERY, &c., &c., &c.
Also, a larme and splendid Stock of Ladies and
Misses GAITERSand Walking SHOES.
FOR MEN & YOUTHS WEAR,
Re has on hand a good assortment of Cassimores,
Tweeds, .eans, Satinets, &c. Also, Hats, Caps,
Boots, Shoes, Hosiery, &c.
In this department his Stock is complete, embra
Pine Bed and Negro BLANKETS, cheap;
Brown and bcached SHIRT1NGS;
. SJH EETINGS;
Georgia KERSEYS and PLAINS;
FLNVELS, of all kinds;
A good Stock of Negro CLOTHS, &c.
NEGRO SHOES AND PLANTATION BROGANS,
Also. my usual assortment of
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, &c,
Together with an immense stock of Goods, which
the Ladies and Gentlemen are iespectiully re
quested to call and examine.
Thankful for past patronage, he hopes that the
trading community will continue to bestow on him
a liberal share of their kind patronage.
B. C. BRYAN.
Oct 14 tf -40
EDGEFTETD, S. C.
JOHN M. WITT,
having j us t re
turned from New York with a most COMPLETE
mnd MAGNIFICENT assortment of
Respectfully announces to his friends and patrons
hat he is now prepared to exhibit as beautiful
nd well manufactured an assortment of CABINET
URNITURE as can be found in the Sout-.ern
tates. This Stock selected with great care,
nd be re s retuce Tg
'es, and consequently will be offered as LOW
as can be afforded. My.large assortment consists
.n part of
A splendid variety of finc and superfine
A rich lote-all styles-of Rosewood and Mahogany
Rosewood and Mahogany libraries,
SE CR ITARIES WITH BOOK CASES,
A beautiful collection of Rosewood and blahoganty
WASI SNIKS OR STANDS,
A good stock of excellent spring bottom
Improvetd styles of Rtosewood and Mahogany
FOLDING IRON BEDSTEADS,
A unique and rare assortmecnt of
Mahogauy and Rosewood Tables,
Consisting of PARLOR, CARD, TEA, EXPAN
SION and Ladies WORtK TABLES, such as must
.lease the best judges of the good and beautiful.
Toilet Stands wlthx Glass,
--A lot of
Corner Stands and Portable Desks,
A variety of fmne~
An unusually large assortment of
Comprisinti Solid Mahanganty sprinig bottom Rock
iag Chars~: Spring bottom solid Mahogany Parlor
ClIairs; Cane seat Malple Roicking and Parlor
Chairs ;a small lot ot P'rescott Oak Chairs ; Chai,
dren's, Nurse's and Sewing Chairs, and Children's
Patnt Chamirs. - ARAGS
W'ork Baskets, Fancy Boxcs and Ladies'
Work Bio:es, CIhbiren's Bureaus,
Spool Stands, Bird Cages,
Dough Pins, &c.. &c.
This Stock. which comumands the admiration of
all who have kindly visited my new Store: was, as
above stated, purchased on reasonllale pirices, an~
will be sold astonishing~ly LOW FORl CAShl. And
I woul" here state that circumsta;;ces, with which
all are well acatianted, renders it necess9ary that
should adopt the CASh1 SYST EM and strictly ad
here to it, otherwise I cannot carry on my business.
An examination of my Stock is solicited. Bettei
barains are not to be had in Augusta or any
other Southern City.
R ep ai rin g, & c.
I continue to make to order any FURNITURJ
Iwanted, aind also to repair all old Furniture sent
Sen1 along your work and it shall be done min
gg I bespeak a liberal share of public patror
age..1. 11. WIRT T,
age. Opposite the Post Oflice.
July 1, tf -o_
~ JUST ~RtECEIVED;
FROM New York, a Lot or Crib CRADLE~
FWindow Chairs, Quartett Tables, Ottomani
t Foot Stools, Childl's Table Chairs, &c.
JO1N M. WITT.
.luly 29 _ti 29
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSIUP,
n.n vIIR Undersigned have as
1sociated themuselees to
geaher, under tho namme of
SMITil & .JONES, for the
purpose of carry ing on the
'Coach making and Repairing Businel
In all its varions branches. 'Ihey expect to ke
constatly on hand a good assortment of
CARIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKA WAY S, &
--Of the latest styles.
if All sorts of R EPAIRING done in the b
Smanner, and with the greatest dispateh.
A liberal share of patronage is respectfully 54
-k - e. F. L. SMITit,
iD LEWIS JONES,
Edgefeld, Feb 20,1857. _ if
EFORE me by Spencer Jennings living thi
B miles East of Richardsonville, one SOER
n- n I:,,rs COLT, hind feet wIn te. 'tar in the fore
U t an saipposed to be about18 months old Apprl
l ed at $5. C. ATTA W AY, M.E.DE
I .. Seon2 4tm '3
NEW GO'S FOR THE SEAS
W E have receivcd dii ing the past and pre
week a VERY LARGE AND Wi
SEL ECTED STOCK OF GOODS suitab!e fAn
FALL AND WINTER TRADE,
embracing all the novelties of the season.
The LADIES are respectfully solicited be
making their purchases, to examine oar large es;
DRESS GOODS, BONNETS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, 4
which comprises the latest variety in styles and
sign, having been selected by both of us in pe1
from the most choice stoeks of the Northern marl
Among our stor-k may be found
Rich Black and Colored Silk ROBES,
"4 " " Byadere SILKS,
" " " SILKS, RrURoonda
Rich mourniag plaid and striped SILKS,
" Fancy It "6 "9
" Plain Black SI LKS of all grades,
" Black SATIN for Dresses,
Solid Colored SILKS,
" Printed D.LA INSof all hes and quali
" Solid Colored DEL A NS,
" Striped and plaid COBURG CLOTHS
Black DELAINS, Alaceas, Bombazines, I
lish and French CRAPES,
Scotch and American GINGHAMS,
French, EnliA and American PRINTS,
llandsome Cheneid aud Stella SILA WLS,
'' Plaid " "
CLOAKS and TALM AS,
Cheiteal and Marino SCARFS,
Cruvelli, Steel nud Brass Spring SKIRTS,
- do do for Mises,
French and English MEINOES,
Real Lace Sette,
Black and White Crape and MLslin do
French and Scotch worked Collars,
Embroidered and Hemstitched Handkerchief
Mourning " "
liSIERY, GLOVES, BELTS, ELASTICS,
A beant ful assortment of Silk and Straw D(
FOR HOUSE KEEPERS,
Our Stock is full of Linen, Bleached and Br<
SHEETINGS, Pillow Casings, Towelings, 19
kins, &c., and
FOR THE PLANTERS,
Wi- have a large Stock of BLANKETS, K.
SEYS, OSNABURGS, SlIOES, &c.
Also, a good assoirtnent of Saddlery, Hats, St
and Boots for nen, women and children.
a pretty Lot of B3oets and Slippers with heels,
Ladies and Misses.
COME AND SEE THEM !
BLAND & BIJTLER,
Edgefield, C. H., Oct. 6th 1857, tf 3
A RARE CHANCE NOT.' TO BI
H1E Subscribers intending to close their
siness, offeir fn ~-'1
f their own manufacturo, and which is infei
to none ever olrercl in this market. Our pres
stock consists of a lot of splcndidi
BUREAUS, WARDROBES, BEDSTEAD!
(A large and beautiful variety)
Sofas and Lounges,
BOOK-CASES, TABLES, WASHSTANDS, d
Which we will sell at the lowest prices for CA
in order to wind up our business as soon as pc
ble. Great Barmains will be oil'ered, as we b
to sell out soon, and have therefore marked
Furniture at very low figures. Call in and se
We continue to do R1epairing of every des(
tion, promptly, in the best manner, and
cheap for Cash.
We have sold soet of our Furniture on credit,
hereby respectfully request all indebted to pa:
at an early date. Those who fail to comply
this requcst by the 1st January next, wilt has
settie with an Attorney. This is true as Gospi
M. A . M ARKElt'
W. GOTTSC11A L
Oct 14 1S57 tf
Boot and Shoe M~anufactor
T I E Subscriber having openedl a B 0
NAND S H 0 E M~ANUFACTO.
next door to the Post Oflice, respectfully xannou
to the citizens of Edgefleld Village a1nd Djistrict
he is prepared to make to order any article in
Boot and Shoe Business !
Ilnving the best workmen in the District in hi~
phiyment and being a practical workman hi
he feels warranted in saying that his work wi
done in the neatest and latest sty les.
lIe has also on haind a lnrge Stock or fmne P1
SOLED and fine WELTED and D)OUBLE|
BOOTS. Alsio, a stock or gentlemen and i
SIlO ES-all of his own inanufacture-whll
wilt sell for cashi. COA cV
N. B.-A Negro boy wanted to learn the
and Shoe tra~de.
Feb 4 tf
CHISTIE & HURLBEl
T IIE Subscr iber3 ofrer for sale at the old
Iof R. 10. Sullivan, a C1101CE collectio:
('arriages, Reekaways, Buggi
And all oilher articles in their line. They
made arrangements to keep theIr H ouse su
-with tihe BEST ARTlCLES, from the
Fctoies in the United States, which the
sell LOW FOR CASh!, or for good par
CARilAGES and BUGGIES of ever
ription will be furnished to order on short
A pril 22 tf
ALL persons indebted to the Estate
AHIolusmer, dee'd., are requested to mali
ment at an ,-arly date, ad thoise having al
mnds ngainst the Eattate arec hereby notified
er theni in forthwith propierly atte,.tedl.
S. HOLMES, Act
Aug12 ' _ 5m"
B A -L Persons having demands against
PI tate of the late Capt.,John Lipscomnb,
quested to present them properly attested
Executors-and all per.sons indebted are i'
'that immediate payment is demanded.
BENJT. W ALDO,
at dl A S. N. LIPSCOMB, z
J. B. LIPSCOMB3.
h- M&ar 3 lyr
New Flour Mills,
YM ILLS nre now in operation, ame
ee I f. nihed with EVERYV F.WlLlTY'
ls1, ta FLOUR and MEA L of the best I
'il 1t. T.1
is. g Four nmdls West of Edgeield C..,
one mile from the Plank Road.
[)N FINE NEW FALL AND WINTER
R & T , HUDSON,
now receiving at their Store under th
Masonie & Odd Fellows' Hall, a LARGE
and well selected Stock of excellent
sent FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
the Comprising a magnificent variety of EVERY AR
TICLE usually kept in a complete Village Store,
consisting in part of a full variety of
fore IEAM IEI2 0DIMp
ort- Of the most chaste and fashionable designs, of all
qualities, and at the LOWEST PRICES.
aC. Black Gros de Rhine SILKS;
de- ! Satin Striped 4
son Striped Glacier "
-son Plaid " "s
eta. English and German MERINOES;
Cashmere and Broehe DELAINES;
Manchester Printed "
and Fine French Plaid "
Black and Colored Ali aens:
do, silk finish;
Fine French Rombazine;
Cliallies, black and colored
French Chambrays, &c.;
English, French, Scotch and Domestic GING
.es, HAMS -
Holy's English PRINTS;
Fine French "
Merrimac and Cocheco PRINTS;
ag- Furniture Chints, &c.
Swiss and Jaeonet MUSLIN;
Bishop and Victoria Lawns;
Striped and Plaid Swiss and Jaconet;
Hoop SKIRTS, plain and Skeleton
Plain and Embroidered SKlRTS;
Brass Hoops, whalebone, &c., for Skirts;
Stella and Cashmere SHAWLS;
Embroidered 5yerino "
Plaid Wool "
Swiss and Jaconet Collars and Sleeves;
t "4 "6 " in setts;
Jaconet and Swiss Edgings and Insertings;
Smyrna and Cotton Laces and Edgings;
Ladies' Plain and Embroidered L. C. H1anker'fs.
Reveri Hem-stiebed "
&c. Ladies' and Children Cotton Hose, white and
Ladies' Kid and Silk GLOVES;
" Lace Mitts, long and short;
" Wool and Cotton Gloves;
Dress Trimmings, Fringes, Ginips, &c.;
Velvet Trimmings, all widths ;
Bleached and Brown SHIRTING;
wn "" S11 HEETINGS, all widths;
" Linen Table Cloths;
ap Scotch, Russia and luckaback Diapers;
Plain, Fuinged and bordered Towels;
Cotton Diapers and Damasks;
,R- Black and Colored CASSIMERES;
Satinetts, Kentucky JEANS, plain and fancy;
oes Gents Black and fancy Silk Cravats and Ties;
Kid, Silk, Wool and Thread Gloves, &e., &c.
for A large and splendid assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &c.
A complete and well assorted Stock of
Hardware, Crockery, Glassware,
y SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, CHEESE, SODA,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, MARTINGALES, WHIPS, &C.
All of which will be sold at VERY LOW
e - , ., k
A liberal share of public patronage is solicIF
or W. R. & T. S. HUDSON.
nt ggN. B.-Groceries sold entirely for cash.
ut7 tf 39
Sj1 CORNER UNDER GLOBE HOTEL,
ssi- U GUSTA, GA.
ope . -. ~ ~ -~
our C. DEIMING has now in Store his en
US . tire Stock of FALL and WINTER
GOODS, being the most complete ever offered,
rip. and at lower prices to cash and prompt paying eus
-cry tomers. Among which will be round
|SILK DRESS GOODS.
)The greatest variety that can be found in the City.
and The Itobe a Quille, Robe a Volantz, Beyedere, (two
upl size strip~e,) Velentres, Poplins and side Stripe-all
vith varying in pric from $20 to 860 per Robe.
oo Also, Solid Colored SILKS, in every shade,
l. with RIBBONS and V KLVETS for Side Stripe
~all of which are entirely new and confined styles.
-. Boiled Black SILKS, warranted to main aln their
WOOL DRESS GOODS
in every variety, embracing Robe a Quille, Beye
d cere, Velantz, eet., with the usual styles and quah-.
teEMIBROIDERS and LACE GOODS, most
nee complete, and at a lower rates than ever before
he -S H AWVL S,
Square and Long, for Genits, Ladies and Chil
er- <lren; Mourning to Full Dress, from 25 eents to
n'td $20. A large variety of CHIENEILE, with Plain
i and Figured Centres.
MANTILLAS AND COLLARS
From $2 Cloth, to $60 Velvet. IPm tieu,ar atten
oti'.n has been paid to them, being made full and of
,di thie best Velvet.
h1 Also, Children's and Misses' Cloakie. Merinos,
yCobergs, Cashmers and Muslin DeLxais of all
BdFrench, English and Anmerican Solid and Figured
__Chiliren's DRESS GOODS, of Wool and Silk
New and confined styles MOU7RNING GOODS
- IKERSEYS AND BLANKETS
* A t lower rates than can be purchased elsewhere.
a g- My hiouso is the only one wvhere George
et chley's-warranted all wool filling-W HI T1 E
GEORGIA PLAINS can be had. They arc the
C most desirable and economical Goods ever offered
to the Planter.
he LINSEYS, OSNA BURGS, STR IPES, UOME.
pd SPUNS, FLANNELS, HOSIERY, TICKINGS,
Bi &c., in full variety.
y II Every article that I have shall be olTered at the
en lowest rates possible. An examination solieited.
OT Orders punctually and carefully attended to.
-L. C. DEMING,
nee. Corner under Globe Hotel.
3, Augustn, Sept 14 tf 39
_ FOR PALATKA, FLA,
SInland Route, via Beaufort, Hilton Head
f. Savannah, St. Nary's, Fernandina, Jack
ey- sonville, Black Creek and Picolata.
ten- THIE NEW & SPLENDID U. S. MAIL
. EVE RGL ADE,
L M t. COXETER, Master, leaves BROWN
-- .. & CO.'S WI[ A RF, Charleston, S. C.,evr
TUESDAY MORNING, at 11 o'clock, and con
Eneets regularly with Stages for Alligator, Madison,
rTallahassee, St. Augustine, Orange Springs, Mica
h nopy, Newnansvillo and Tamipa Bay.
ned A rednetion to those Emigrating with Negroes.
Freight consigned to this A gency will be re
shipped FREE of charge.
rs. For freight or passage apply to
GEORGE S. ROUX, Agent,
8 -~Brown & Co.'s Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
- Nov 18 3m 45
fur- ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Jamei
ma- S. Shadrack, dec'd., are earnestly requested
ity. to make immediate payment, and those having de
S. moands agtainst the said Estate will render them ii
and properly attested. H. BURNETT, Ad'or
T. M. FISHER. ~ o
G EORGIA SARSAPI
FOR LIVER COMPLAINT, A
P UBLIC opinion ana Physicians have decid
SARSAPARILLA that can be obtained
ingredients are well known to Physicians and t
1EDICINES, when appropriately used, often
Nothing more need be said in praise of it,
tains in addition to Sarsaparilla, the hydro-alc
I White Ash, Grey Bread, or Fringe Tree (Chio
(Podophyllum,) and Blood Root (Sanguinaria.
_irThosc prefering this Compound Prepar
DENNIS' ALTERATIVE, OR GEORGIA S
For sale at Edgefield C. H. by G. L. PENN
July 15, 1857.
Cheap Dry Goods!
BROOM & NORRELL
A RE now receiving at their NEW STORE
L No. 238 Broad-street, a large and elegant as.
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
Their stock is oneof the LARGEST and MOST
ELEGANT in their line in the city, and comprises
all of the latest and most complete styles of the sea.
son. They would respectfully solicit public patron
age, and cordially invite all to examine their Goods.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
Fancy Dress Silks, Plaids and Stripes;
Rich Silk Robes A'quille, very heavy;
Rich Bayadere Silks; Poplins;
Plain Black Silks, all widths and high lustres;
Black Brocade Silks, Stripes, Plaid and Figures,
Mourning and Half Mourning Silks, Rich French
Printed all Wool Delaines, Robes A'quille, Baya
dere Stripes, Cashmere D'ecosse, Valencia PlaidE
and Tarlatans, and a variety of other Goods for
Printed Coburgs; Paramattas;
English and French Merinoes;
Plain and Printed Delaines and Persians, all
French, English and American Prints, great va
French, English and American Ginghams, great
Plain, Printed and Opera Flannels;
Cloaks and mantillas, of the latest styles, from
low priced to very rich, in great variety;
Chenille Shawls and Scarfs, and almost every
description, from low priced to very fine quality;
A large assortment of Linen Cloths, all colors, for
Cloaks and Mantillas;
Mourning Goods, of every style, suitable for the
Hoop Skirts, every style and quality used;
Corsets, French and Railroad.
Of all kinds, and a fair assortment of French Work
ed Collars, Sleeves, Bands, Flouneings, Embroid
ered Skirts, Handkerchiefs, Infants' Waists, Work
ed Edgings,and Insertings.
Gloves, of all kinds, for Ladies, Gents and Boys;
Hosiery, " " " "
Flannels, large assortment, all prices and quali
ierino Vests, for Ladies, Children and Goents.
All styles Cassimers, Doeskins, Corduroys, Sat
laidsniSbl ,eaajqKntucky Jleans,
Largest assortment and greatest variety of Plan
tation and Servants' goods in the city, comprising
the most durable Goods in the market in the way
of Kerseys, White and Brown Plains, heavy Twills,
Linseys, Osnaburgs and Stripe3, Homespuns, Plaids,
Negro Blankets, White and Grey;
Fancy " of every description.
Bed ~Blankets, from a small Crib Blanket to a
very latrge and superior Blanket.
As we have but one price, our Goods will be of
fered at thu lowest prices, which we guarantee to
be as low as any in the Southern country. Our
system not only compell4 us to sell our Goods at
thre lowest prices, but it also protects the buyer
from paying over market price, as lhe invariably
does, where thcre is an asking and a taking prce
All Orders will receive our personial and promlpt
attention, and our best judgment in exeeuting them.
BR[OOM & NORREL~L,
A ugusta Sept. 30 .t. 38.
CARPE TINGS! CARPETINGS!I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT THE
23A King St. Charlesten, S. C.
T HIE Subscriber inviles the attention of buyers
to the richest and most elegant stock of
Ever exhib~ted in this City (of DIRECT IMlPOR
TATION, per ships Mackinaw, Amelia, R. Cobdes
and others, fromx Liverpool to this port,) comprising
a full and complete assortment of:
Medallion Velvet CARPETS, in single and don
Royal Velvet Pile, new patterns ;
Tapestry Brussels, choice patterns and brilliant
English Wire Brussels. choice patterns and colorsi
English and American Imperial Three-Ply new
Scoteb, English and Amerlean Ingrains, new
Venetian CA RPETS, all wid ths;
English Wool Dutch, Ilenmp Du ch& and Cottoit
8-4, 12-4 and 16.4 Woolen DRlUGGETS;
American Felt DR ~UGGlETS, beautiful guods ;
Gieen BAIZE, Tabile Oil CLOTIIS;
Linen and Woolen C RUM B C LOTIl, all sins
Velvet, Axninster, Tufted and Brussels, Rugs,
Stair Rods, Door Mats, &c.;
FLOOR OIL CLOT1S, in all widths, thorougly
seasoned, and.warranted in every respect, cut to li1
rooms, entries, statir ways, &ec, &c.
Cocoa and Canton MA TTINGS, in all widths.
gg"Especial attention is also requested to hit
large and varied stock of
L I NEN G O dDS,
SII R TINGS, FRONTING,
PILLOW-CASE, TABLE AND DED LINENS,
COLORED TABLE COVERINGS,
AND FRUIT DOILEYS,
PIANO AND TABLE COVERS,
A full assortment,
WINDOW SHADES, &c., &c.
OTBuyers by the piece or package, dealt with
on the must liberal terms.
gg The Carpet Upholstery attended to as usual
by the most thorough and experienced Artists, anc
every item in that line warranted to give satisfsction
P. S.-AII orders from the Country responded
to promptly, and receive my personal supervision.
.JAMES G. BAILEY,
Importer and Dealer in Carpets,
NEW CARPET STORE
Charleston, Nov 2 tf 43
FTER this date all Goods purchased of ni
Aand returned, will be resold on account of th<
purchaser. BLAND & BUTLER.
gg-N. B-We will receive in payment of Ac
counts and for Goods, the Notes of all the Soutd
Carolina, Augusta and Savannah Banks.
Oct21 tf 41
PD TO PURIFY THE BLOOD.
ed that this is the BEST PREPARATION of
, It sells readily and gives great satisfaction. Its
be people at the South, to be GOOD, and GOOD
:FFECT GREAT CURES.
than to publish what it is composed of. It con
hoholic extract of Queen's Delight, (Stillingia,)
tanthus) Tincture of May Apple, or Mandrake,
ion of Sarsaparilla, should express in their orders
and Drs. A. G. & T. J. TE.'.GUE.
FRENCR MILLENEIRY !
MRS. E. CARROLL,
SECOND DOOR BELOW THE POST OFFICE,
3|amn1.urg, 9. 0.
RESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies of Edge
field and adjoining Districts, that she has
opened a LARGE AND CHOICE Stock of
Consisting of every variety of
Velvet, Silk and Straw Bonnets,
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES
PLUSH AND VELVET HATS AND CAPS,
&c., &c., &C.
DRESSES AND CLOAKS,
Made in the most fashionable and perfect manner.
N. B.-All orders from the country thankfully
received and promptly attended to.
Hamburg, Nov 17 ly 45
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WORTH of the above Goods,
$3Ou, carefully selected from the best
Manufacturies, and comprising
Every Description in the Trade,
Which will be sold at a very small advance on Cost.
In addition to the above, I have on hand,
5,000 Pair Thick Shoes,
Slightly damaged by getting wet, and will be sold
Wg The Subscriber solicits a call from his South
C.rolina friends before purchasing elsewhere.
Ur Trias.-Retail, CASH. Wholesale, time
with approved paper. No xooona prioa naked.
Under U. S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Arusta, Ga., Oct 14 tf 40
PELLETIER & CO.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
HAMBgRG, S. C.,
ARE receiving their supplies for the Summer
and Fall Trade, consisting of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs,
Colours, Spices, Brushes, Glass, Soaps,
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
generally found in their line of business,
"Planters, Merchants, Physicians and all
persons dealing in our line will find it to their in
terest to giv-e us a call as we are determined to sell
at the VERY LOWEST PRICES.
ggft Planters can rely upon having~ their memn
orandumns filled with the BEST OF ARTICLES,
and put up in packagecs to suit their convenience.
A.J. PELLETIER &Co.
Next door to A. Bunrnside.
Hamburg, July 15, 6mn 27
Panic ! Crisis ! Panic !
Those who want Money had better try to
obtain it by purchasing a Ticket in
ANDERSON AND SON'S LOTTERY,
ON THE HAVANA PLAN OF
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY.-.BY AUTHORITY
OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
C L ASS E E,
Draws Decemnber 15th, 1857, at Armory Hall,
avannah, Ga , under the sworn superin
intendenco of W. R. Symons
J. M. Prentiss, Esq.
Capital Prize, $65,000 !
PIZgS PAYABiLE WITIIOUT DEDUCTION
3,2S6 PIZESt 30,00 NUMBERS!
1 Prize of..............--.. -..$65,000
1 " .............25,000
1 a................ 10,000
1 " ...........,. 4,000
1 " ................ 2,000
3 " ..... 1,000.... ....... 3,000
5 " ....... o0o........ 2500
100 " ..... 100......... 10,000
100 " .... 50 .......... 5,000
3000 " .... 30......... 90,000
72 Approximations................ 3,760
3286 Prizes amounting to........... $225,260
WHOLE TICETrS, 510; HALVES 55; QVAR.52,50
Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par. Checks
on New York remitted for Prizes.
Drawings of T.arge Classes will be published in
New York and New Orleans Sunday papers, and
Charleston and Savannah Dailies.
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates of
Packages of Tickets to
ANDERSON & SON, MANGERS,
MAwon or. Saranznah, Ga.
Nov 25 tf 46
I hereby forwarn all persons against trading for
Ba certain Note of hand given by the subscri
ber to (I. Wood or hearer,of Kentucky, for the sum
of one hundred and seventeen dollars, and due
thirty days after date, dated on the 6th November
1857; as the property has proved utterly unsound
for which the said Note was given. I am deter
mined not to pay the same, unless compelled by
law. THOMAS B. REESE.
Nov. 10 1857 tf 44