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FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
B C. BRYAN would respectfully Invite
e the attentio, of the public to his LARGE
and COMPLETE Stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
Selected in person, from well-known Houes, and
with especial ca.e in regard to style, fabric and
Will find his shelves 1adene I with the choicest and
most magnificent supplies of
RICH AND ELEGANT DRESS GOODS,
Which lie feels conidfilent must 'pIeso-muist give
saththction. His large Stock consists in part of
Rich SILK ROBES, of all the latest styles;
Plain Black and Fancy SILKS, a great varioty;
se eia and Ca.9Inuere ROBES;
Frc:n-h and English Merinoes and Chintz;
DeLains and Poplins;
.ench, English and American PRINTS;
Fronch, $cotch and American GING [I AhMS;
EMBROIDERIES of all kinds, comprising
a most beautiful and unique collection;
WIIITE GOODS of all kinds, and cheap;
A full stock of LACES, EDGINGS. &c.;
SHAWLS, MANTILLAS, CLOAKS, &c.,
which are sure to win the admiration of the lovers
of the rare, the rich, the beautiful;
HOOP SKIRTS of every variety;
GLOVES. IIOSIERY, &c., &e., &c.
Also, a lare antd splendid Stock of Ladles and
Misses GAITERSand Walking SHOES.
FOR MEN & YOUTHS WEAR.
Ire has on hand a good assortment of Cassimeres,
Tweeds, -Jeans, Satinets, &c. Also, 11ats, Caps,
Boots, Shoes, Hosiery, &c.
: hEAVY GOODS.
In this department his Stock is complete, embra
Fine Bed and Negro BLANKETS, cheap ;
Brown and bieached SIIR'TINGS;
66 C. SIRETINUS;
Georgia KERSEYS and PLAINS;
FLANNELS, of all kinds;
A good Stuck of Negro CLOTHS, &c.
NEGRO SHOES AND PLANTATION BROGANS.
Also, my usual assortment of
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, &c,
Tgether with :t, ijmmense stock of Goods, which
the Ladies an.l Geitlemetn are tetpectfully re
quested to call and examinue.
Thankful for past patronage, lie hopes that the
traling comtunityv will contiiie tos bestow on him
a liberal share of itheir kind pitrotiae.
B. C. BRYAN.
Oct 14 tf jd0
CARPETiNGS ! CARPETINGS!
WHOLESALE AN D RETAIL AT THE
NEW CARPET STORE)
234 King St. Chr1esten, S. C.
T HE Subscriber invites the attention of buyers
to the richest and n.ost eirgant stock of
CAR PETIN G-S
ever exhib:ted in this City (of DIRECT IMPOR
TATION, per slip.s elck.naw, Amiliia, R. Ctbden
and others, from Liverpool to this purt,) comprising
a full and conpleteass--rtment of:
Medallion Velvet CARPETS, in siigle and dou
Itoyal Velvet Pile, New patterns;
Tapebtry Uru:.els, choice patterns and brili;int
Eng~Lsh Wire Brussels. choice patteris and colors;
English and Anetican Imperial Three-Ply new
seoteh, E.nglish and Amoerican Inr4ains, new
Venetzin CAflRPETS, all w iltlhs;
Enigili Wool lDutch. liemp 1Un-ch and Cott
A merican l'~.t JtL'G.GlilS, becautiful goods;
Greent ilAlE, Table Oil ClOTlS;
TLinen and Wooten CIRU.\L U CLOTilS, till sizes :
V'elvet. A xniaster, Tufted and Brussels, Ruge,
FLO()lt 01L CLO) ilS, in tall widths, thuronely
s. asonied, sudl watrrated in every real.t e', eut to lit
room's, entries, stair waiys, &e , *e
Cioo::nd Canton \lX! TING$, itt all widths
ggEpecial attentio'n is al.,o requested to his
large and variedl r:iek of
L I NEN G O qD S,
PIidLoW-CASE. T.41:rLE AND IED LINENS,
TOW EL'S. NAlPK I NS.
D)0! LYS. i.\PiElIS,
COL~)ltE I> TALE COV'ERINGS~,
AND) Fit I' T 1Di.?!Y8
PIANo AND) TAlILE COVERS,
A fntl aIssortmtent,
WINDOW dilADES, &c., &c.
ID'Buyet-s byv the piece or package, drailt with
on the' msost liberal ter.tts.
gf he Cairpeut t''p!.o'stery attended to as usunl.
by the m nost th:or.'ut:h :tagl experzi.-need Artis-s. anid
evermv ,tenm -n tha:t :tn' warratnted t-,:.five sati.fateion.
i' 8.-.All orders f,.om the C'utntry re.spon~a1d
jo p~omtly, anud r.eit ive toy iersnel sun' rv'iilon.
JAMtES G. BAILEY",
NEW CAllPET STOltE.
Chli'ston, Nov ~2 tf 43
SECOND 0lt 9:i-:LOW TilE PCsT OFFICE,
PI ES'I'EUL Y itnorn-s :t-e !.adj.es of te
~field moal adjoih:i l'itrits, that she has
opet(iaed ai L A RGE ANDi Cil(0/CR Stockl (of
Contsistittg oif eve ry varie.ty of
Velvet, Silk ar.d Straw Bonnets,
IIE A D) D)IUESES,
DRE~SS C'1A PS.
CIIILDREN'S AND) ISSES
PLU'SH A ND V EIXET IIATS AND CAPS.
ie . ike .k.
DN' EE AMND CLOAKS,
Male int the tto.st fa4,h:eable antd pi'erc nmntier.
N. I'.-- All ioderIs friomi :a he.otnery thatnkful:v
rece'ive'd att.l pr.'m;'#y azted d to.
llamburig. Nov 17 ly 45
MORE NEW & CHEAP G.OODS!
'AT OLD W!NT~DIt SEAT 1
ed,.) aill kin&d otf Goods usually kept ini a Contn
try Stori , such as
Bagging~ Ropse, Sugar, Col'ce, Salt,
Molasses, Tobacco, Segars, Snuff,
1/AR?) WA RR AN!D CUTLERY,
hlA TS A Ni lloN N T.A. BOOT.s & SilORS,
of all qjiulitie's and~ deciptions.
--ANS IN vRi T
All kinds of Dry Goods,
From the mtost 'onmtnton to thei fine-t and mo~st at
tractive-. A lsn. fine. a tock of theiherIt .
MiEDICINES. IVNRS AND BRANDIES,
For the s'ek amt! well. But d.'t't iake my word
for it. Call and judge fosr yoiumsuelves.
J. L. R ARMON.
Winter Seat. Nov 2 tf 43
TE'E AC(I ERS are wainteid to take ebarge of both
I.deparntas. of the. GURRYT'ON ACADE
MI ES. (Male and Female,) for t he' ensuing year.
Those de'-iringr the sitmtatio~n, may do. well to atpply
imimediately ttesdmonials of t he mttst reliable char
noter as to scholarsip, will lie re'quired by the
Trustees. . . . L A. SilAIW, Si-.
Oct. 6i 1857 - t 311.
O aecharge of Mount PleasatM L
* ACAEMYnear Gilgal Church,-on the fIrst
of January next,.to fill the vacancy thlat will then
be in said Academy, catused by the resignation of
Rev. T. M.: Bailey.. -
Oct. 3.1857 tf .40
0TO achrg of the-Re Bank~ademy.
A gnemnqualified t ntuti h ls
sies is- desired. And oneo of soi oxperientin
teaching would be preferred.
wiov 1ntnra . .44
NEW GOIDS FOR THE BEASON
W have received du ing the pNaNt and preser.t
week a VRRY LARGE AN) WELL!
SE L ECTE1) STOCK OF GOOI)S suitabhle for the
FALL AND WINTER TRADE,
embracing all the nioveltiesi (of the season.
The LADIES are respectfully sulivited before
making their purchases, to examine our large essort
DRESS GOODS, BONNETS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, &C.
which comprises the latest variety in styles and de
sign, having been selected by both or us in person
from tbe most choiee rtoeks of the Northern markets.
Among our stock may be found
Rich Biek and Colored Silk ROBES,
" " " Byadere SILKS.
" " " SILKS, Run Roundsand
Rich mourning plaid and striped SILKS,
Fancy " " "
" Plain Black SILKS of all grades,
" Black SATIN for Dresses,
" Solid Colored SILKS,
" . Printed Dr.LA INS of all hues and qualities,
" Salid Colored DELA INS.
" Striped and plaid COBURG CLOTI'S,
Black DELA INS, Alpaceas, Bombazines, Eng
lish and French CRAPES,
Scotch and American GINGHAMS.
FreyWl, Eneiish and American PRUNTS,
Ilandsome Cheneal and Stella S1l AWLS,
" Plaid " "
CLOAKS and TALMAS.
Cheneal and Marino SCARFS,
Crnvelli, Steel and Brass Spring SKIRTS,
do do for Mitses,
French and English M ERIUNOr S,
Real Lace S'tts, *
11!ack and White Crape anl Muslin do
French and Scotch worked Collars,
Embroidered and hiemstitched llandkerchiefs,
Mourning " "
I1OSIERY, GLOVES, BELTS, ELASTICS, &c.
A beautiful aqsortment of Silk and Straw BON
N ET8, trimmed.
FOR HOUSE KEEPERS.
Our Stock is full of Linen, Bleached and Brown
SIlI ETINGS, Pillow Casings, Towelings, Nap
kins, &c., and
FOR T.it PLANTERS,
We have a larg.e Stock of B LA NK ETS, KER
SEYS, OSNA RUiJGS, SIlO KS, &c.
Also, a good assortment of Saddlery, Hats, Shoes
and lIh.ots for ien. women and ehildrea.
a pretty Lot of Boots and Slippers with heels, for
Ladies and Misses.
COME 'AND SEE THEM!
BLAND & BUIjTLER.
Edgefield, C. II., Oct. 6th 85'7, tf 39
E. PENN, AGENT.
T AKES great pleasure in iiformin-' his eusto
mers tad the public gencrally that he has re.
ceved his stock (if
2C wE:V7 GeO3 "34,
embracing EVERY STY L E and VA RIETY suited
to the Fall and Winter Tr-ade.
Ills Stoen has been selected with great care, both
with regard tio Stylks and prices.
And he will always bm found ready and happy to
wait on his friends who may call to examine his
Stock and aet good bargains.
Edgefield Sept. 3(4 if. 39.
FLVE NEW FALL AND WLNTER
W. R. & T. S. HUDSON,
A RK no~w receiving at tin-ir Stire und..r ti e
lasnie & (idd Fellows' ilall, a LARGE
andi well seece Stock o~f excalb unt
FALL AND WINT ER GOO DS,
Comprising a nm:isiilietnt va:rie:y ort IV ElRY AR
TICL K usually kept i a comrplete Village Store,
conasisting in pa:rt oif a full vatiety o'f
Of t.ho most chaste antd faashisa~le designs, of al;
qualities, and at the LO)WEST PRIlCFS.
Black Gra dle Rhine S11 KS ;
" Statin Striped"
English and Germnan M KIiNt)ES;
Cashmeare. :andl ;rorae D EI.A IN F.S ;
Manceaster Prainted "
Fine French Plaid "
Black ssud Colored Al ans:
" - do, silk lini:.h;
.French Cha:nntbr.ays. &c.t
English, Frenach, Seotch and D~omnetie GINO
Ilolyts Engisah PRINTS;
Mierrinec:aid Ciecoi PRINTS;
Furniture Chaints, ke.
Swiss andl .Jaeanet ?al rSrIN;
Bishhop nad Victoria I.awtns;
Striped andi Plaid rwiss, and .Jaeoneat;
Hioop S~lliT., plaitn and Skel,-ton;
Plain antd i-.mbrsidered SitTS;
Brass Hioops. whaaalhote-, &c.. for Skirts;
Stella and Cashmiere SIIA WL8 ;
Swisas and Jlaeianet Caollars anda Sleesves:
" " "5 " in setta;
Jlaconit and Sis Edghings and Insertings;
Sm~s runa tnd Cottst [Laaesi and Edg~tigs;
Ladli..a' l'lain a tadl Emibroidet ed L. C. hlankere'fs.
Reveri II em-stiebted
Ladies' anid Chiidren Cotton THese, whaite and
Lalies Kid and .Siik G LOV ES ;
" Iee .\lis, lung and short;
hiress rimingass, Fringaes, Giamps, &e
Wvslet Tlriamningas,.all wisha ;
.l3ienaehed iad Btrawna elilRTl \'G:
".5 811 EE l'NOi,:allwidths;
as" Linetn Tatble Clothts;
Scoteha. Ilussia anad IIluscah:ek )iapers ;
Plain. Fseing.-d andsi borderedl Twels ;
(.oetton Iliapers atnd lInnt~aski;
liek ;aad C..lired CtSSIblERES:
Satinetts. Kenatucky .1 E.. NS. p'ain anid laney:;
G.-nts lilac~k atnd ante -Silk Cravats tanda Ties;
ida, Silk, Wool antd Thread Glatves, &c., &c.
A lirge anad'slendid assortmentt of
B90TIS, SHOES, hATS, CAPS, &c.
AX coaimlete andl well as'aarted sStocek of
Hardware, Crockery, Glassware,
SUGAR. COFFEE, TEA, CHEESE, SODA,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, MARTIN'GALES, WHIPS, &C.
All of wichl will bea sold at VERY LOW
FIGURT I ES. anda on good terms.
ET All we asek is an examintation of our Stock
berare purcasing elsewhers.
A lhberal sha~re ',r psublic patrtonniae iis snlic'ted.
W. R. & T. S. UJDSON.
3JN. 1.-G raceries soldI entirely fair cash.
Vet7 tf 39
NOTICIC is-hereby given tos all conccee. thant
I will mnake a final settlemntt on the Ka
tate of Elizabetht Martin, deceased, itn thae Oradia
ry's Offiee, on Tuesday atter the first M~onday of
.lanuary next. Atud all persons having sdemainds.
ngninst said Etatea, tare reagnested to present thmem
tee thec undersiene.Il, ont o~r betuire that day-andl tall
prsons ndebiedl tea said Estate, are reqjuested to
misko imimediate p::ymtent to
. G. W. BURTON, Ex'or.
Oct. 7, 3m 3
Ad iitao' Notice.
A LL4 Persons indebted to the Estate of D). K.
M.lNealing, adee'd., are requestod to settle 'with
ot delay, and those having demands against the
Ettae mtust present them properly attested by the
icond Monday in. .Janaaary next, or their caid
laimia will be excluded, as ai final u.ttlement will
p made in the Ordinary's Ollo on that day.
J. P. MFALING, Adm'or.
.uly8 n28 a
AUG TA ADVELTISEMENTS.
CORNER UNDER GLOBE HOTEL,
U GUSTA, GA.
L C. DEMING has now in Store his en
. tire Stock of F A LrL and W I N T E R
GOOl'S, being the most eomplete ever offered,
and at lower prices to eash and prompt paying cus
tomers. Among which will be found
SILK DRESS GOODS.
The greatest variety that ci be found in the City.
The Robe a Quille, Robe a Volaniz, Beyedere. (two
size stripe,) Velentres, Poplins and side Stripe-all
varying in price from $20 to $00 per Robe.
Also, Solid Colored.SILKS, in every shade,
with RIBBONS and VKLVETS for Side Stripe
all of which are entirely new and confined styles.
Boiled Black $ILKS, warranted to main aln their
WOOL DRESS GOODS
[n every variety, embracing Robe a Quille, Beye
dere, Velantz, ect., with.the usual styles and quali
' EMBROIDERS and LACE GOODS, most
complete, and at a lower rates than ever before
S H A W L S,
Square and Long, for Gents, Ladies and Chil
dren; Mourning to Full Dress4. from 2.5 cents to
$20. A large variety of CIIENE(LE, with Plain
and Figured Centreb.
MANTILLAS AND COLLARS
From $1 Cloth, to $60 Velvet. Partieniar atten
tiou has been paid to them, being made full and of
the best Velvet.
Also, Children's and Mis-ses' Clraks. Merinos,
Cobergs, Cashmers and Muslin DeLains of all
French, Vnglish and American Solid and Figured
Children's DRESS COODS, of Wool and Silk
New and confined styles MOURNING GOODS
KERSEYS AND BLANKETS
At lower rates than can be purchased elsewhere.
W Mly housa is the only one where George
Schley's-warranted all wool filling-W 11I T R
ORORGIA PL A INS can be had. They are the
most desirable and cconoiical Goods ever offiered
to the Planter.
LINSEY8, OSNA IITRGS, STR IPES, ITOME.
SPUN$; FLA N N ELAS, 110HSERY, TICKINGS,
&c., in full variety.
Every article that I have shall be offered at the
lowest rates possible. An examination solicited.
0' Orders pturtually and enrefully attended to.
L. C. DEMING,
Corner under Globe Hotel.
Auausta, Sept 14 tf 39
CHEAP CASH STORE
GRAY & TURLEY,
HlA %ING thorouthlv removed to their NEW
STORE, under the U. S. Hotel,
are now receiving a full and complete assortment of
rich anl eleait
D RY G OO D S,
Which having been purchased for CASH, unler
the depressed state of the monetary aihirs (of the
Noth, enables them to off-r facilities to close pur
chasers rarely to be miet with. Merchants, Plan
ters, and the Ladie-s par:icularly, woulf consult
their interest by an examination of our stock and
pricts. Ilavin a resident parchaser at the Not th,
we are in the continual receipt of ". JOB1 LOTS"
fromn auction, at unprcedented low prices
A mong our assortment will be foound the richest
andI newest D)RESS GOOD)S of the season-such
as Rich and Elegant Colored and Black SILKS.
ranging fromt 374 cents to S5 per yard. 'omiting to
specify all the manufactured 4 jaw breaking" names
used on such occasions.)
Fine all Wool Miuslin DELAINE, plain and fig'd.
Cheap Muslin DeLaines in great variety ;
Lupin's best black Alpaccas and Bombazines.
The very best quality : 8 doz. OSNABIURGS:
Heavy all Wool Filling Georgia PLA INS and
Heavy chieap, Satinets :tall Wool Plaid Linseys;
Blue Stripe and Plaid Ilomiespuns;
Bro. lHomnespun and .Janes;
Fine l1ed linketso, very cheap.
Fine Englisht Tapostry Velvet;
"0 " " ]russecls:
Superior Three-ly. fine Ingrain and all Wool
Carp'eoing-(not haring room in our new storec to
keep Carin-ting. we will sell them at cost and char
thatt lis ever been in one Ilounse in August'a, from
the luwest price to the finest quality, nor Ladles,
Gents, Misse.s iad Yonthis, of every description.
Ten eases fine 3 yard widle Shecting, at 31 cents,
worth in the Jobbing Il1muses in New York Ironm
:35 to 401 cents.
Five batles fine Sea Islanid Honmespuns. 04c.
Ten eases fiute Calico. warranted fatst cooloors or the
money returned, for tij cents, worth 10 to 123ets.
The best aind cap'est Linens that have ever been
known to sell in Atugusta. undler any circumustances,
are now on our shelvee, aind only require an exam
intationt to conviin'ce the moist fatidioous of the great
samviinn in purchfasing~ Linoen Goods froim us5. Splen
di.f frontting Lient for 32i e ents, that hans never
beetn known to stll in Autgusta fior less than 62 to
The most vuprb .inen Damask ever brouaht to
this market at va-aly roeduced rates. Splendid'Tur
kish Towoels fior the bath roomn, 6-4 hyong, only 126
ents, worth M7 cents.
Itussia anid I fuckaback Diapers, in great variety,
Five hundred 12-4 sqjuare
A very large anid var'ieod stocek of every description of
Soloeted with the utmost care byf decided judges of
Gnoodls. axt nuoeti..n and such other places as bargaitns
ciould lbe tobtained, witijn the last two weeks,'to
whioh we woiuld invite the attenitionz of these pour
cebasinzr for ensh, guaranmteeing that we can save
them a very large lL~er ceniaee Ott an oexanminatio'n of
our stoock. OlRAY & TUIRLEY.
A ugusta Sept. 31). t f. 38.
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
AT W~HOLESALE AM) RE1TA'IL.
>Q\ '~~WOIITHE of the above G'ooodls,
rJU9 are fully selected front the best
Maniufacturies, and comtpri-ing
Every Description in the Trade,
Which will be sold at a verf small advance on Cost.
In addition to the abuve, I have on hand,
5,000 Pair Thick Shoes,
Slightly damaged by getting wet, and will be sold
W' The Subscriber solicits a call frotm his South
Carolinn friends before purchnsing elsewhmere.
W- TrRRN5.-etail, CA SIX. Wholeside, time
with approved paper. No second prite asked.
. hENRY DALY,
Under U. S. Hotel ,Augustat, Ga.
A ugust:a, Ga., Oct 14 tf 40
l'ESbcie has associated himself witht
'LMr. CHIAS. ESTES, for the. transaction of a
Genieral Grocery Business,
In Augutsta, Ga., under the firm name
They have ont hand a large andi well:
Stock of artieles in their line which will be
at LOWEST MARKET PRICES. To whici
ttention of the friends of tho old and newi..
cern are respectfully invited.
JOHN M. CLARKE.
Angnnta, Ga. Oc 12 3mn A0
AUGUSTA AD1n lMENTS.
Cheap Dry Goods !
BROOM & NORRELL
REnovw receiving at their NEW STORE,
No. 238 Broad-street, a large and elegant as
sortmnent of .
Staple and Fancy Dry Goofs,
Their stock is one of the LARG EST nuiMOST
ELEG ANT in their line in the city, and ensprises
all of the latest and most-compk4e styl, s 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, heavy;
Rich Bayadere Silke ?
Plain Black Silks. all widths and high lustres;
Black Brocade Silks, Stripes., Plaid and Fisures,
Mourning and UiTaf lourning Silks, Rich French
Printed all Wool Delaines, Robes A'quille, Baya
dere Stripes, Cashmere Decoase, Valencia Plaids
and Tarlatans, and a, variety of other Goods for
Printed Coburgs; Paramattas.;
English and French Merinoes;
Plain and Printed Delaine' and Persians, all
French, English and American Prints, great va
French, English and American Ginghams, great
Plain, Printed and Opera Flanneli;
Cloaks and mantillas, or the latest styles, from
low priced to very rich, in great variety;
Chenille Shawls and Sc.rfs, and almost every
description, from low-priced to very flue quality;
A large assortment of Linen Cloths, all dolurs, 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, Flouncings, 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
Mlerino Vests, for Ladies, Children and Gonts.
All styles Cassirners, Dskins, Corduroys. Sat
in&nessTweedsPlAii.n4 &ids ; Kentucky 'Jepns,
Carolina Je ; Mdrino aimers, for Childten;
Plaids and Rob Roys. for Children, &c.
Largest assortment and greatest variety of Plan
tation and Servants' goods in the city, comprising
the moat durable Goods in the market in the way
of Kerseys, White and Brown Plains, heavy Twills,
Linseys, Osnaburgs and Stripes, Homespuns, Plaids,
Negro Blankets, White and Grey;
Fancy " of every description.
Bed Blankets, from a small Crib Blanket to a
very large and superior Blanket.
A s-we hace but one price, our Goods will be of
fered at the lowest prices, which we guarantee to
be as low as any in the Southern country. Our
system not only compells us to sell our Goods ut
the lowest prices, but it also protects the buyer
from paying over market price, as lie invariably
does. where there is an asking and a taking priee.
All Orders will receive our irs-:onnl and prtnopt
attention, anid out best jutl,1gmnt in execuoting theml
BR1OO.\l & NOltR~fll,
Anugusta Sept.'f . tr. 38.
DICKEY & PIJIBBS,
A RE no0w openuintg a VElT bARGE andl WELL
SE LECTED) Slock &
Fall and Winter Dry Goods,
To which they resplectftly solicit attentio, coin
prising as it does, every arLiele usually foiund in a
first class lionse, and at prices as Low as any
in the Soutl .
The Ladies especially arc invited fo c.dll and cx
ammne our DII ESS 0(00DS hefo~re piurchiasinig.
Our large Stock ntf SlLKS, DRESS GOODS,
SIIAWLS, &c., is partienlarly fine, emnbracin2
every article in their line, and all of the latest and
newest styles, viz:
Plain Black Gros du Rhine SILKS;
" res dii Naples"
Black Brneades, Satin Stripesa and P'laids;
Fancy Plaids, Stripes anid CH ENIES;
Rich Sutin Plaids andt stripes;
iieh Ctolored BitOCAlE8
Very Rieb Flittnneed ItolES;
Marcelinets, Fhtiunces, &e., &c., all colors;
French Merinnes, Black antd Colors;
English and German ltlerinoes';
Cobeurg (loths, very fine, every shade ;
P'laiii and Printed Llama Cloths;
Cashmere mand Broebe Delaines ;
(ilA LLIES. Black andi Coulored;
P'OPLINS, P'laimn, Plamid, antd striped;
EnemliNsh, French Sctich and Donmestic, G ING
Hoyle's Emlish PRINTS;
Fine Frenich "
Merrimaac antd Cochieco PINTS;
Marcalias, a fino arliclt';
Ilottp Skirts, Quilted, Pltain. Skeleton ;
Plain,, Cortded and Embiruidered SKILtTS;
Emnboss'ed Corled SKIltTlS, -
Brass JIOOPS, WHALEBONE, &c., for Shirts;
Stella SH AMLSjl -4'lhite and Co!'d;
Casmere~SIAWLS, Plta.,. antd Prini ed ;
Bay Staxte, Empire State, amid Scuteh Long and
Square Plaint W~ol Shawles;
Swiss Collars and Sleeves ;
" " " In Seits;
Swiss Edgings anid lnaertionms;
Swyiss flarfls and FLOUNCINGS;
Engli'lh Thread Laces and EDGINGS;
Ladies and Childreni's Gotton ilwse, White and
Ladies' White and Open Work Hose ;
"~ -Kid and Silk Gloves, all makes;
"Lace niitts, Long and Short ;
"t Wool and Conaon Gloves;
Children's Lace Mitts anid Silk Gloves ;
Blenched antd Browrn SHIRTINGS;
Linen and Cotton SHlEETIINGS a.d PILLOW
40 inch, !-4 and 6-.4 P. C. COTTONS;
(3.4. 9-4. 1o-4 antd 12.4 Allentdale and Waltham
sH ETINGS, Bleachaed andt Brown;
Illeach~ed and Brown L~inen and Cottorn Table
DA MASKCS, by the yard ;
8.4. 10-4, 124 and 14-4 Bleached and Brow. Linen
Scotch. Russia and. Hluckaback DIAPERS and
10.4, lI ands 14-4 Lincaster and Marseilles QUILTS;
Toilet Cover', TVitdis, Ftirnitture Fringes, &c.;.
Black and Col'td Cloths anti Cassimeres;
Sattinette and Kentncky Jeatns, Plain and Fancy;
Drap D'ete, Italinn Citiths, Corttonadee, &d., &c.;
Gemts, Wool Mnafilerua, and Pongee Handkerchiefs;
Gent. Black and Fancy Silk Cravats antd Ties;
"Plain and Printed L. C. Hlantdkerchaiefs;
"White, Col'd and Fancy Hal~f Hore ;
"Wool and Merino " "
"Kitd, Silk, Wotul, Thtread Gloves;
"and Ladies' Kid anti Bnck Ganntlets,&c.
The attenition of Hottset keeper., Farmers, and
Planters,, is particularly invited to our stock of P LA N
rATION GOODS, which consistiof every artiele in
th, line: . M.
York Stripes, Mariners' Siawings;
Marlburo' Plaids and Stritpes;
Georgia Stripes and Plain ;
Black, White and G;rey Kerseys;
P'laid and Plain Linseys;
White and Brown Canton Flannels;
Plain and Twilled Salisbury Flannels, all colors ;
Fine Whtite English and Welsh "
Red and White Dumetit, &c., &c.;
A large assortment of BLANK ETS, of every rpjke,
inc luding fine' English, Swiss, Whitney Mackinaw,
&c., all sizes:
Blue, Grey, and White, Negro 4L A NK ETS.
(straordinary inducements, otffered to persons pur
chiasing large plantation bills.
Parties sentding orders will he certain to have them
pt'nctually attended to. D.ICKEy A P1 DO e
An," * *
FOR1 LIVER COMPLAINT, AND
P UBLIC opiion and Plicveians have decided t
SARSAPARI LLA thajt can be obtained. It
iflgredients are well known to Physicians and the p
MEDICINES, when appropriately uied, often EFF
Nothing more need be said in praise of it, tla
tains in addition to Sarsaparilla, the hydro-alehoht
White Ash, Grey Bread, or.Fringe Tree (Chionant
(Podophyllum,) and Baloud Root (Sanguinaria.)
QigThose preferingr this Compound Prepartion
DENNIS' ALrERATIVE, OR GEORGIA SAR&
For sale at Edgefield C. H. by G. L. PENN and
July 15, 1857.
J. l K lifti t
J. R, NEWBY & 00.,
Wholesale andI Retail Dealers in.
SPLENDID READY MADE
UNDER THE UNITED STATES HOTEL,
W E are now receiving at our old Stand under
the U'nited States Hotel, our supplies of
FINE READY MADE CLOTHING,
Well adapted to the Fall and Winter seaxon, and P
which we feel assured will please our patrons and
friends. Our immense Stock consists in part of
CLOTH, BEAVER, SEAL SKIN, BLANKET AND FLUSHING
Fine Black, Blue and Olive
DRESS AND FROCK COATS.
Of all Descriptions and ColorR.
Coats, Pants and Vests to match.
Fine black Cassimere Pants,
Plaid, Plain, Striped, and other Style.a of Fancy
Silk, Merino, Wool, Velvet, Satin Barathea, and
other styles of the latest and most fashionable
Tn M "*
Together with EVERY STYLE of Goods for
We keep always on hand a very large Stock of fine
Shirts, Drawers, Suspenders, Gloves, Neck
Ties, Stocks, Collars, Half-Hoes,
TRAVELLING SHAWLS, ROBES DE
CIIAMBRE, &c., &c.
All of which will be sold at the lowest market
prices. Call and take a Look.
Also a heavy Stock of fine CLOTilS, CASSI
MER ES, VESTINGS, &c., to which we invite the
attention of every body. These goods will be made
up to order at the shortest notice, and in a satisfac
Augusta, Sept 30 tf 38
H, L, CUNNINGHAM & CO,,
GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
FOREIGN WINES &, LIQUORS,
EAMBURG, S. C.
W E take this opportunity of returning thanks
to our patrons and f icands foar the very lib~eral
eneenuragaeent anid favors we have received foar sev
eral years lpast. aend respectfully solicit a continuance
of the samne. Our haighes't aimes, and best endeav
ors will be to mierit andI deserve the patronage of
our oldl customers, friends and the peublie generally,
by condaucting our business as we lhave done hereto
ore, and increasing our replutationl for
Low Prices and Fair Dealing,
Aidanmking it to the de.c;ded advanctage of all who
favor us with their trade.
The inreased patronmage we lhave received andl
are contineually receivieng has induced us to BUY A
L A R~g ad WVELL ASSORTED Stock of Goods,
in order to imieet the growing demands andl increase
Th'le Superior Quality
Of all Goods ollhred to the Public amt this establish
met, is so well known that very little need be said
upon this subject. But with the unity of LOW
PICES, and the VEltY lBEST QUJALITY' OF
GOODS, is the system or businiess the subscribers
are determinedl to earry out. This will be nmade ap-.
pliable to every branch of their business..
Our Gooneds in all in.-tancees will lbe whmat they are
reresented to be--an~d when so~d by sample, shamlI
alwnys be in confoarmity with the sampale
WVe are constantly receiinge and have in Store a
COMPirr~E ASSORTMENT of
LO \F, CifTSllEI), CLARIlrIED, ST. CROIX
ANI) ORlK.\NS SUGAIRS,
ORI.RANS SYRUP & GUI:A AloL.\SSES.
TENS~SEE AN I> EAI1:ft\:OlRE U.\CON,
L.\ RI), SODA, ST.\Rlli,
S A P, C.\N NJL8,
WillTE WINE AND) APP'LE VINEGAP.S, &c.
A harge assnrtment of
WINES AND LIQUORS,
onsistin:; of Pipes,Unilf Pipes and Quarter Casks of
Of the lollowing celebrated Brands anid Vintages,
Otard, Dupy & Co.. 1838. 1844, 18417.
A lex. Sigett, 1852, 1855. .
ilartel & Co., 1847.
Av.-ramt Sig'nett, . -I84.
.l. J. Dunpy, I.S48.
P. Signett, 1850.
OLD 1BORDEAUX AND CIIA31PAGNE
MAEIRA, PORT AND) SIIE!RRY WINES,
JAMAICA AND) ST. CROIX RUJMS,
GIBSON'S EAGLE~ WJI1ISK EY , AND
Domstic Li q uo rs o f all kinds!
TnES ARRAXNGETx-s of our Store are such uis to
make thmis Estalishement in fact the substitute of the
cellar eof every eansumeer.
110TELS and persons wanting smaldl assorted
lots of Choice Wines and .iqjuors for special ocea
sions, can he supplied at the sltwrtest notice.
COUNTRY TRADE supplied at the wholesale
FAMILIES can command the best Table Wines G
at very low prices, as also the ehmeapest sorts of to
Wines ad Liquors for culinary purpeoses.
PhlYSICIANS requiring line Liquoers foer medi- Cr
cal purposes are particularly sulicited toe call and ex- Sit
inenine our Stock. &
We keep constantly onA and a
Of Saddles, Bridles, Nhartingales. Whips, Saddle
Blankets, Bed Blankets, several Cases of lineA
Sewed and Pegged Boots and Shoes, La- .
dies, Alisses ad Children's Shoes, sea
Waterproof Hunting and Ditch- e
er's Boots, Boys and Men's sac
Brogans from No I to 15,
Fur, Wool and Sitk lats,
Cloth, Plush amnd Fancy Cap,
Osnaburgs, Sheetings, Shirtings, Stripes.
Ceorgia Plains, Gunny and Dundee Bagging,
Bale Rope, Twine, &c., &c.
We solicit CASH ORDERS from parties not m
visiting our Town, and will endeavor in all hastan- Bu
ees to satisfy in every particular, all who confide b
their orders to us. b
Personms visiting this Market are earnestly solici
I to give us a call before they make their purcha- _
-.We are determined to make it to their advain
by selling them their supplies LOWER than .
y can buy them elsewhere. '
iTi We will give the market price for Cotton, .
. every othier kind of produce offered. of
HENRY SOLOMON. rthe
HI. L. & G. C. CUNNINGHAM.
Hbr........ Se.... 18n 6nm . 38 1
TO PURIFY THE I3LOOD.
hat this is the BEST PREPAfl.'ION of
sells readily and gives great satisfitelion. 11s
ople at the South, to be GOOD, and GOOD
ECT GREAT CU1RES. -
1 to publish wlnit it is composed of. It con
lie extract of Qneen's Delight, (Stillingia,)
ius) Tincture of May Apple, or .audrake,
of Sarsaparilla, should express in their orders
Drs. A. G. & T. J. TE GUE.
lanic! Crisis! Panic!
iose who want Xqey had better try to
obtain it by purasing a Ticket in
NDERSON AND SON'S LOTTERY,
ON THE HAVANA PLAN OF
BI2JVGr 1'E 3NC33'E.T IN-M : 2
SPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY...BY AUTHORITY
OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
raws December -15th, 1857, at Armory llall,
Savannah, Ga., under the sworn superin
intendence of W. R. Symons &
J. M. Prentiss, Esq.
Japital Prize, $65,000!
RIZIES PAYABLE WITHIOUT DEDUCTION
,286 PRIZES! 30,000 NUMBERS!
I Prize of......... .........G5,000
1 " ................. ...... 25,000
1 " . ........................ 10.000
I " ....... . . .............. 6.000
I " . ...................... 4,000
1 " .. ........................ 2,000
3 ". ........1,000 ........... 3,000
5 " ......... 500 ........... 2,500
100 ........ 100 ........... 10,000
100 ". ......,. 50 .......... 5,000
1000 " ........ 30 ........... 90,000
72 Approximations................. 3,7G0
3286 Pri.es amounting to............ $225,260
rHOLE TICKETS, $10; HALVES 85; QUAR.$2,50
Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par. Checks
3 New York remitted for Prizes.
Drawings of Large Chisses will be published in
few York and New Orleans Sunday papers, and
harleston and Savannah Dailies.
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates of
aekages of Ticket4 to
ANDERSON & SON, MANAGEus,
Macon or Savannah, Ga.
Nov T5 tf 46
Two of the best Prepnrationseof the Age.
They are not reconi.
mended as Universal
Cure-ails, but simply for
what their name pur -
The VERMIFUGE, foT
expelling Worms from
the human system, has
also been administered
with the most satisfactoy
results to various animals
subject to Worms.
The LIvER PuiLs, for
the cure of LIVER COM
PLAINT, all BIoUS DE
RANGEMENTS, SICK HEAD
Purchasers wviil please
be particular to ask for
Dr. C. McLane's Cele
br-ated VTERM!FUCF. and
LIVER PILLS, prepared by
SOLE PROPRIE*TORS, 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 and Liver
Pills can now be had at
all respectable' Drug
60 WooD ST., PITTsnUnenU, PA.
SCOVIL & MEAD, No. 111, Charles Street,
neral A holesale Agrents for the Sout.rn States,
whom all orders must lbe addressed.
!.3i Sold by 0. L. PENN, Edgefield S C., A. .
EIGHIToN and TU-rr & P'ELrI.ICB, Jtauamro
mXr.~ & Hanarsox, Longnmires, and .W*InnDAW
April 7, 1857. ly 13
LL Persons are hereby cautioned from trading
L for a certain Note of hand givenm by the subeg
iber to Franklin Lowry and John AL~taway, for
l5, and dated 3d Oct. 1867, as I will not pay
d Note unless compelled by law.
)et 1g tt 40
ESTATE JUDGE BUTLER.
PERSONS having demands against the above
Estate will oblige by forthwith handing state
nts of the same, properly attested, to W. P'.
tIer, Esq., at Edgeileld C. IL., or forwarding them
mail to the subses iber at Baornwell C. II.
JOII SON IIA GOOD, A dnsor.
Cov 11 tf ,' 44
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
'H E Subscriber ofiera for sale his HOUSE and
LOT in the Village of Edgehield, consisting
lihree neres, with every necessary -building on
premises, well of excellent water, &c.
['erms accommodating. W. LOGUE.
STOV S, GBAT 8, RANG 8,
a c, &c. - -
S. S. JONES & CO.$
B>EG AGAIN to call the attention of their nu
einrous customers and the public - geieally
to their extensive assortment of
STOVES, GRATES, RANGES,
and a complete variety of everythinz pertaining to
a FIRST CLASS House Furnishing Store.
B t o 'r . .
Our assortment in this department Is all that the
most fastidious can desire. We have nearly every
style of COOK, OFFICE and PA RLOR STOVES
Icept by any other house in the City,- and many de
sirable-patterns that are to be found aclusily at
Gr r a t e go.
Of these Goods, we have some thirty different
patterns, all bought within the last sixty'days and
from ' the latest deslgps. We think A*e hazard
nothing in saying that we can off.r a MUCH
GR E ATER VARIETY in this line than all other
dealers in the city combined.
Having tested nearly all the different styles of
Ranges extant. we have for two years past sold
MoTTS' PATENT INVINCIBLE RANGE exclu
sively, believing them to be the very best article
offered. We have sold some twenty of these
Ranges in Augusta and vicinity, and they-havo
never failed to give perfect satisfaction. We will
sell to any customer with a full guarantee that
these Ranges are perfect in their operation in
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
In this department enumeration is out of the
question. Our assortment is, as usual complete,
and no effort will be spared on our part to retaia
for our house the position it has occupied for five
years past. It is well known that we keep MORE
THAN DOUBLE the stock and variety of any
house in the city, and ours is, in fact, TIHE
P L A C E to purchase House Furnishing Goods.
The increase of our business in this department
has entirely exceeded our expectations. Our ef
forts to establish a FIRST CLASS HOUSE-FUR
NISHING STORE have been crowned with suc
cess by an appreciating public, and our motto is
* Upward and onward !
We havein store an unusually heavy stock- of
Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Sheet Copper, Iron Wire,
Block Tin, Pig and Bar Lead. Also, a large stock
of Japanned Ware, Pressed Covers and Plates of
every description, Bucket Ears, Rivets, Tinners'
Toole and Machines, &c., which we offer to the
trade on the very best terms.
S. S. JONES & CO.,. .
Augusta, Nov 17 tf 45
CLARK & C.0,
N OW offer for sale their splondad new stock o
SILVER WARE, of all kinds-Tea Sets,
Pitchers, Castors, Waiters, Goblets,TumblersCps,
.Forks, Spoons, Ladles, Pastry, Cake, Dessert and
Sheffield PLATED WARE-first quality of
goods in Castors, Cake Baskets, Waiters, Candle
Birmingham and American PLATED WARE,
very showy, and at low prices.
GOLD WATCHES,of all good makers-Cooper,
Dent. Tobias, Burley & Johnson, English makers;
Brietting. Matile, Swiss makers; and Jules Jur
gensen, of Copenhagen.
SILVER WATCilES in great variety; quick
beat Railroad Watches, large size.
Rich Diamond, Coral, Cameo and Moaie JEW
ELRY, all the newest styles, with a large stock of
Staple and Fancy GOOI)S, at their store, Post
Office Corner. opposite the Railroad Bank.
A ugusta, Feb. 41857 tf 4
PLUMEII & LEITNERt,.
- AUGUSTA, GA. '
'P HE attention of tlie public is invited to our
KLStock of CHOICE UNADULTERATEDl
Druigs, Medicinces, Paints, Oils, Glass,
And all other articles in our line. We feel assured
that no House in the South can ofer a S-oek supe- -
rior to ours in genuineness and purity. All our
Ofliemail preparations are nmade in strict accordance
with the formularies of the U. S. P'harmneopin,
with the best materials, and by the proper weights
and meaures. Our Stock of
DENTAL. AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Is full, and 'we have unequalled arrangements for
opening additional supplies at the shortest notice.
Feeling confident that we can furnish our cus
tom.rs wvith the Best A rticle, on reasonabtle
terms, we respectfully solicit orders, and pledge
ourselves to fill them with tidelity and despnteh.
PLUAIB & LEITNER.
Late D. B. PLumb & Co.
Anteusta, Ga. .A pril 13. 9mn 14
STIATE' OF SOUTH C'AROLINA,
Wmn. M. Myers, and wire et ai )
vs. Bill for par.
E;ijaih Watson et. al.J
BY virtuec of an order in Equity in this ease I
will sell at Edlgelieldl C. II., on the first .'ion
da~y in .lantuary next, the Tract of Landi cotmmon
Iy enlb-d "TIIF: PE~RtIY TR.\ACT," contuining
1'..ur llundred and thirty (4Z0) A eres, more or l-ss,
:..j.ainfg L.ands oft .'ames spann, iad Lands of
,lhe i~ntt of Ehajth Watson Senior dloe'.
Termsa -The coats to be paidl cash. Teo balance
of th,.-. rclhase ny'ey in twelve maintl a trom, the
day3 or sale, to bcasceuw.d by bon.I with approved
,uret.A. SI.\lKlNS, c.E E.D.
Oct. 28, l0t 42
State of South Carolina,
Ex P'arte. JT. C. Ready, A ahn'r.) ,
In Re. Elizabeth Berry. IPii o aZ
Ilellen Berry, and others. ~ J # rnig debs.
IN po~ursunce to an order from Chancellor Watrd
?law, ini this ease, notice is hereby given to all and
sinigunir, the creditors of Hannah Hfeary, decasedl,
tao appe'ar before ne at my 011lce, on or before the
second uday of February next, to prefer and ptrove
their respective demands against then Estate of the,
said llannah Berry, deceased, or other wise they will
be excluded from thc benefit of this order.
A. SIMKiNS, cEs S.D.
Oct 27 1857 . 3m 43
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
John Gregory and others. Pa.
ITappearing to my satisfaction that John Grego
ry, Esther Rankin, wife of Davidl Rankin, de
Leased, John Rankin and his wife Haurriet, Sha
drack Denas and his wife Cely, Dcfendants in the
above stated ease, residle without the limits of this
State, It is therefore ordered, that they do appear
and. object to the division or tale of the real estate
of sarah G'regory, dee'd., on or before the 28d day
of December next, oj their conrsent .so tho samew
will be entered of recordl. ~
W. F. DU [ISOE,o E D.
Ordinary's Office, Sept 30,1857. 12te391
State or South, Car~olina,
1N OQRDIN ARY.
Young Merchant, - -1
Blaley Merchant and others,
Henry B. Gallman and wifef
IMary Ann and others. J
~Tappearihg to my 'satisfaction that Joel Mier
Lecant and James Merchant,- two of the De~fen
lants in the above ajtd ease, reide be~yondl the
imits of this State It is 'thera fore ordered that
hey do appear and obja'et to the division or sate o
le Real Estate of Robert Merechant, dee'd, on or
>efore, the 12th of January next, (1858) or their
~onsetit to the same will- be entered of record.
W. F. DURlSOEjoe.g D.
SOct. 18, 12te 4_________
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate .of Samuel
He.J~ard, dee'd., are earnestly requested to-set- .
he without delay-und these having elainms agahiss
he Estate will please present them forthwith: