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TRINITY' BAY, NEWFOUNDLdND.
Trinfty Bay in Newfoundland, and Valentia
Day on the western coast of Treland,.have thus
become two of the most important points on
either continent. A lescripstion of them cannot
fail to be, at this noment, highly interesting.
In the selection of the sites in Ireland aid
Newfoundland for telegraph 6tations at either
end of the great oceanit line, those who were
entristed with the work hare been governed by I
one principal consideration-the character of
the beach on which the cable should be landed.
The experience of the past six or seven years
has proved conclusively that a sandy or muddy
bottom is the best adapted as a resting place for
the line, while rocks or stones are almost always
fatal to its safety. Several cables that have been
laid in water noted for the rocky nature of the
bottom, have been cut and destroyed by the
abrasion to which they were subject from cur
rents. It is, the-reforv, a matter of the highest
importance to secure a lnding place where the
line will not be injured by s.uch neans; and
where, under all Circumstances. it will be per
fectly secure. Tie bty of Hull's Arn. a con
siderable tract of water at the head of Trinity
Bay, Newfoundland, ha, been chosen as the beAt
point for the landing of the cable and the erec
tion of t telegrnaph ,.tation. By looking at the
map of Newfoundland it will be.'.een that Trini
ty and Placentia bays ate separated by a nar
row neck of land about four miles inl breadth.
Now this spot has been .electd, not only on
account of the sandy character f the beach, but
for another reason no leCs forcible. It is in
f'ended hereafter to l:v a sulbtmarine eable from
Placentia Bay to the bt point either in Nova
Scotia or near Portland, Mainio ; and the brief
distance, therefore, between the two bays will
tend greatly to facilitat- this delign. A snbter
ranean line four nilles long will be alltutheli.iCnt
to connect the two cable-the one extending
to fielud and thiigh Ireland to Englnfd, Ei
rope and Asia; and t'h! other to t he United
States and the whole ofr North Aineria. At
.present the comections will be foried wit ht he
land line runiin!fg frocn St. Johns, the capital
city, to Calie Rey, t.e i %n xtreie South
western poiit oil t h.- I'land, wtcre the cable
which slans the (<einf was !aid ,la Lfe enloth of
July, 18%. Thle great advatntage ' the propo
.ed submarine line ex:tendiing from Placentia
Bay to Nova Scotia (r Port land will con-it in
its being free from tho.e accident.s to whilh all
land lines are liable, and to which t hat in New
foundland is Ti're p:LrtiClar'ly expo-ed on ac
count of the -everity of the climate and thc
wild and uncultivated .state of the country.
At the head of the Bay of Bull's Arm. about
half a mile from high water line, the ti-l.g'raph
house will he erected. This will he a spacious
frame building, containing, in addition to the of
fiee or operator's departimient, a .sittinig roonm, a
kitchen, eight bedroons and all the other et cede.
ras of a well appointed household. It is the in.
tention of the company to provide the operators
with a library; and if they do nut have enough
to interest them in what they will find in it, in
themselves, in the country, and in their business,
they will be hard to plea.e indeed. Be-ides this,
they will occupy the grand standing point be
tween two woris, the w'hole news of which, both
private a:td public, iust be nmiade known to thewn.
It has been said that they will be isolated-sht
off as much from comiuni-:ation with their fel
low-men as the occupant of a light-house ; but
there is no truth itt the assertion, as a brief con
aiderition of the circuinstances will show. Sh ut
off from commanion with their fellow-nien, with
the daily history of the world opened to them,
with a full knowletdge of the miovemttents of the
great nationts of the earth, dhe operatiotns of
trade, the state of the money miarket, anid all
those matters which make up the sutm total of
all that is considered worth knowving in a world
ly point of view-if' those -operatives don't be
come philosophers with such opportimitie.s, they
are not deserving of the position. But the-v are
intelligent men, for none others would beeii
ployed in so responsible a situation. The force
of operators will number seven, and these must
'have, among other gnalificationas, a perfect
knowledge of F-rench, German, Italian and Eng
lish, so that they maty be enabled to receti-ve an~d
transmit maessages in all those languages. In
addition to the operators, there wilt be five mea
chanics to repair the telegraph instruments, atnd
to perform any other work that may be required
of them in their particular trade.
The approach to the bay in whic-h the cable is
to be laid is exaeedingly picturesque, and pos
sesses all that wildness and grandeur of scenery
which distingntish nearly the whole coast of New
foutndland. If the weather should prove clear,
the peaks of the headlands can be seen sonie
thirty miles froma land, and a tnearer view shows
a country of pecu!iarly mnountainous character.
Thte first thing that strikes the visitor is the bar
ren amnd rocky inature of the land; but there are
some parts whichl are particular-ly susceptible of
cultivation, and where, considering the inhosp~it
able character of thi; climate, fatrminig has been
successfully carried oni. It inust be coitfessed,
however, that thte prospects for agricultural ope
rations are not of the most encouraging kintd.
-and that codfishitig is, as it must always prove,~
the most lucrativ-e occupation. Betweent those
bleak, wild mnounttain ranges there are some beau
tiful little valleys, through which run streamis of'
the purest, sparkhing water. Indeed, there is ant
inexhtaustible supply of this common but valuna
ble and necessary article, both in the numerous
lakes, river-s and rivulets, with wvhich the whole
island abounds. anid which comes gushing out ~f'
'every rock in the sutmmaer time, or are- froznt upl
* in icy stillness and death dlurinig the long anid
The entrance to Trinity Bay is about thirty
miles wide, andI on either side rise the bold hecat.
lands of Banccatlo anud Horse Chops-the latte~rof
whit-h is about five hundred atnd the former seven
hundred feet in height. The shtore of the bay is
marked by .indlentations and smaller bays, amid
inlets have been worn into its rocky boundaries
by therestless action of the see, which brenks here
with resistless f.:ry. Large caves, running far
icto the mountaini barriers, have been hollowved
.eut by the samet agency, anid the deep seams that
'scar the front of' the rocks show that time has
.l ao heft its mark upon1 themi. Take it altogether,
the.re is much-l to admire in the scenery about
Trinity Bay, and in the summer s.easoni it posses
ses manyv attrauctions for the lover of nature;
whilst in'the winet-t- its frozen, desolate look will
do much towards slevelopinig all the domnestic acf
feetions and virtues by teaching the necessity of
keeping in doors. And this, in justice, in fir
ness, and in truth, is all that can be said about
The other termintus of the line is, as has al
ready been stated, in Valentia Bay, which is
perhapa the most available point ott the whole
southern coast of Ireland, both on account of
its being the nearest to Newfountdland, and otn
accont of its particular adaptability for a tele
graph station. The county of Kerry, which is
indented by Valentia Bay, and in whiceh the shore
end of the cable was landecd otn the eveninug of
the 6th of August hast year, is- very similar in
its natural features to that part of Newfoundland
which we have just described. Huge mountains
risegip on almost every side, and great masses
of rock, in a thousanid fantastic shapes, stand
out in solitary isolation -miles from the hand.
T wo of these-of such gigantic dimensions that
they almost approach the dignity of mountainis
-guard. the entrance of Dingle Bay, like weather
beaten sentinels ; while further in from the ocean
is a long mountain range, the face of which is
worn with deep fissures, whtile its base is hollow.
ed out at irregular intervals by cavus, some of
which extend, according to the statements of
the peasantry, several hundred feet into the very
heart of the mountains. The bay has a depth
in some places of over a hundred fathoms, but
it is so open to the sea, and the anchorage is so
bad that it is one of the worst places which a
vessel could select ini a storm. But Valentia
Bay is more protected. and although not safe imn
a storm, affords much better anchorage. The
land, for miles into the interior, is very rocky
,and barren, and affords a poor pasturage for the
dimainutive but hardy race of cattle for which
the county Kerry is famous. The huts of the
p.easantry which dot the hill sides show too
plainly the poverty of the lower classes of the
peo~ple, anid how mise-rably their labor is reward
ed. The ruins of churches, which were built by
pious Christians as long ago as the fourth or
fifth century, are strikingly in accordance with
the impoverished appearance of the land and of
the people. The isisad of Yalentia auffered
fearfully during the faminc in Ireland, and hun.
dreds died of starvation on the road side or im
the miserale dwellings, some of which still re.
main, and in which their bodies were fuaund many
weeks after their death, uihi)riedI and in it hor.
rible state of emaciation. Within the last few
ye:tr.4 it is said the condition of the people has
ediasiderably imiiprova'i ; but if what the urlit-r
s:aw on his visii there last year is called improve
ment, the: imuit have been in a terrilble aLite
before th'e j prent ane.i ,ration commnene. d.
Soiir(j thiemt livec at preseit by fishing. umue
by enitivating the nngrateful s'ii, iad zomie by
quarrying slate iront the hill sid for a shillhuC
strrliiig, or twenty-five cents a day.
About three muiles froin the head of Valencia
Bay is the post town of Cahireiveen, and at the
s'nC distance, but in another direction, lies
Kiig-htstown, a small village of some live hun.
deed inhabitats-. This village is called after
the Knight of Kerry, a gentletian who has been
one of the strongest :drucattes of the Atlantic
Telegrapi. The sual land cove in which the
bay termtinates was decided upon last year a
the pilitee for the landing of the cable, and Las
not beii Changed Sinee. It is, in flia, the very
hest spot that, could h&-- seleted. About iur
hundred vardi from the beach a telegraph iuill
ing,-somewhat sitmiar to that of Trinity Bay,
Newfounidland, has been ereeted and supplied
with ever) thing necessary for the business and
accooudation of the opeualor.. The junetion
with the eabalewill ha f.ormed by a land linie
running- to Coirk, from Cork to lublin, thenjce
across the cltimel to England, and by other
co1ntnections with tle gre:it net work of tele
gaphis which extend over the wle,.lv coatinent
of Europe. and which has already embraced
within it purtions of Asia and AIic'a.
PtLEn Lili El) iv t 1 winNF.,41,Av aloitNiNo.
1. I.KINs, 0. 1. DURISOB & ELIJAH 'EESE,
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIOW.
Two DUL.A04 ler year, if paid in imdvnnce-Two
Do.t.Ans ail FiTY CKx-rs if not paid within six
uinthe-aial Tiiunm. DOLLAP. if not paid before the
expsiraitin of the year.
S.uripitioans out f the Distriet and froin other
stateis, intist invari:illy be paid for in nilvance.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
All uIlvert'scinents will he correctly nnd conspieu
inu-v inserte.1 at seventy-five Cents per .ature (12
lPrevier lines or less) for the first insertion, ::nd Fily
Cents f.r each suahequeht insertion. When only pub.
li6.he.l Memuthily or Quarterly $1 per square will be
Erch niial every Transient Advertisement, to secure
pulaicity through our coluume, must invariably be
iaid in Navance.
Advertisements not having the desired number of
insertions'Narked on the margin, will be continuel
notil forie and charged accordingly.
Those deriring to advertise by thu year, can do se
on liberal.terwis-it being distinctly understood that
cuntracts for yearly advertising are confined to the
iininediate, legitimate business of the firm or individ
All comunurications of a personal character will be
charged as advertisements.
Obituary Notices exceeding one square in length
will be charged for the overplus, at regular rates.
Announcing a Candidate (not inserted until paid
for.) Five Dllare.
Fr Advertising Estrays Tolled, Two Dollars, to be
paid by the Magistrate advertisinig.
TH0OMAS J. FOGARTY,
DRUGGIST & APOTHIECARY,
UNDER THlE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
Blroad Street, Auugustam, Georgia,
U OULD) respectfully call the attention of Plan
Y ters, Ajerc~hanits a,,d Physicianis to his fresh
acd utnadulterated stock of
Druig, Mecdicines and Chemnicals,
AND ALL OTHER ARTICLE3 IN H1lS LINE.
I feel assured that no House in this City or else
where can otier a stock ,superior in GENUINE
NESS. PURITY, or on more REASONABL1
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED!
All officinal preparations put up under the sn
pervision of graduates of the London and Dubilin
Collenes of Pharmacy, and in strict conformity
with he formiularies of the United States Phar
mnaco)eia.-My stock of
FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS,
KHir, Tooth, Paint and Wall Brushes,
&c.i &c., &c.,
is at all times compllete. I would also call atten
tion t., my stock of
Paints, Oils, Glass, PnUty, Vwarnlishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BURNING FLUID, &tC.,
which I proimise to sell 10 per cent LOWER thai
any House in this City.
Any article sohal by me, which does not give
saisfietion, the mn.-aay will lbe returned and ex
peneesC paid in all cases.
Agent for Nherman's Patent Truu.,, and
the only depot for genuine Sweedish LEECH E:
in the City.
Og oficiting a visit before purchasing else
where, I feel confideuit that the inducetients of
feredt both in lown.-ss of price and punctuality i
attetnding to orders, will secure a portion of yomif
L'7Rememnber mny.Store is uder the Augusta
Hotel ,Auausta, Ga.
TIIOMYAS J. FOG ARTY.
Augusta, Marcha 30 y 12
FRESH DRUGS, MEDI0INES, &(
T HlE Suhscribers take plheasure in informint
.Ltheir friends and piatrnits that they are NOW~
RECEIVING a Enrgre Adlditionm to their al.
ready extensive Stock oaf PURE and FRESI
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c,
We are prepared and will take pleasure in fur
nishing Physicians with a COMPLETE OUTFI'I
of Medicines. Instrumeonts, Shop Furtiture, Medi
cal $addle Bags, &c., &c., &c.
T O T HE LA D IE S.
We will also say to the Lahlies that our Stoci<
c<.ilprises A LL ayticles for tho TfOILET, from th<
D:essing Comb and Brush to the richest Perfume,
ry. Fine Soaps, Pomades, I lair Restoratuves, De
pih:tory, Cosmetics, Lubin's Cenuine Extracts, &c
Al.+,i, FLAVO RING EXTRACTS for Culina-y puir
TO THE PLANTER
We say, your wants have been attended to in on
pre.ent selection'. Eend in your orders, or comt
in and let us put you up a complete P~1antatioa
Case of Medicines, Instruments, &c., with full di.
rections for use, in all simple cases, and thereby
save time, money and health. A simple cathartic
or the timely administration of an emetic, or att
anodyne, does and will often break the chain o1
morbid action, thereby preventing serious and pro
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY
We extend the invitation to call on us. We have
all of the most repiutable nostrums recommended
to cure almost all of thte ills and aches to whicha
flsh is heir to. If you cannot find anything
adapted to your case, we will exert our skill ii
preparing somuethaing for your relief.
i~Prescrptions illed wIth accuracy and dis
patch at all hours, day or night.
IgCall and examine our Stock at the Drug
Store under the Od~d Fellows' & Masonic Hall.
A. G. & T. J. TE AGIUE.
Edgefield, April 22 tf 16
Cherry Bounce and Cordial
T HR Subscriber has just received a fine suppl~
Lof SUPERIOR CIIRRRY BJOUNCE~ ANI)
CORDIAL, which is a most delightful drink, and
an excelletnt. summer beverage. Call early and
get a dozen bottles or so, as it Is going off' like
"hot cakes." W. EC. LEGOG.
July 14 tf 2'7
Butler Lodge, No 17 I.0.0.F.
~jTH E Regular meetings of this Lodjge
will be held hereafter in their NEW~
HALL, Dy order of the N. G.
Juy, rf Sn
Swan I C.'s Lotteries Triumphant,
SWAN & CO.
Conatinue to Draw as usual without
LOTTERIES AREiLEG \L, AND AUTHORIZED
BY THE %T.%TE OF GEORGIA.
The late attenapt to inijure
Our liron hats shown
Tlat our Liotleries are drawn fairly,
That our Prizes are.paid pounctually;
And-that our Schemes
Are more liberal than any other Lottery
In the world.
'H1E followina Scheme will be drawn by S.
,, WA N & CO., Managers of the SPARTA
ACADEMY LOTTERY, in each of their Single
Number Lotteries for August 1858, at AUGUSTA,
Georgia, in puhbie, under the superintendence of
Class 27 Dmws Saturday, August 7. 1858.
Class 28 Draws Saturday, August 14, 1858.
Class 29 Draws Saturday, August 21, 1858.
Class 30 Draws Saturday, August 28, 1858.
ON TIE lL.AN OF SINGILE NUMBERS.
U,4E31 G P.'ElIN.Es
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS.
'TO V.9 OP.AWN
EACI SATUtIJAY IN AUGUSTI
1 'rie ..... .0.'li:a 4 rrizes r............ o
1 'rize' 4,7.... 1 .........,'aa
I Prize f..... 4 Priz.e. 1. .......... .
I l'riz.' 'at......a 4 1ri .
SPrize i t....... 4.49)0 !'A) 1'rizA's t........... &m)
I I Irize 01'. ..... ,11~ 5 liw ir.. . .. . . *i
I Prize i..... ....: a~tui 100l'w .r
I 1,;ze (-r.... .. 1114)'rizes aaf ............ 1''
4 PriZe3 si* ..........1, I 2:1l) I'rie.4- or ........... 1u
4 lri.'4 , lot' . l it 's ti . . Prize ra' 1.. I40
4 P'roms ;rf :,,N,4lrI r.riz. . are. 1.2 m)
4 P'rize's tot ' 4 '*riz 611.1 . riz .. air Sl'v
4 l'rz s o 1. " i s , f......riz ..ar..5
4 'riza.'s of i ni *- " 4alii l'rize' ar.' 41a 3
.1 I*r;z..' 4.1 i-, 4 :ia, I'rosz-- are :'a(
4 I'rze. i NO . " 1 'r.zv:- are L 0
j,0(Kj j'r;zes air 2 " r.'.. .. .............111'1,1041
5,485 l'r;zem :aifuntin.2 t........ .........'!12 0,000
Whole Tickets $10, Halves $5, Quarters $2,50.
tA Cir-ul:ar toawing liwt platn (t' tlhe! Lote-ries will lix*
sent t utay .n' dlesirn-tt. it' re rem'gll- it.
C-rtilleate., ail la'i.aga . will le sllI at lii" lt wi- nata-s.
whlel i. the ri k :
Certilenitie sit. 'a-kage or ten Wh ei'h T;-s........... $411
C.erillentfe ia( l'ae;oa.ua of iti li'* Tickets...............4o
..rlilatiete of l'ea kn .. t en' i av i rtia r ''ic'ke'ts.............
certstleate ofl' aekage or ten -;ght Tika............ iii
In Ordlein 'g Ticket or (erite:tUe,
lnrueise the int.m y it otar anlitre' s lor tl Ti-keia arile re.l,
nn re-elipt -' wia-h~ tliw'y wil lie thrw:ara.lel lay tlrxt innail.
P'urel'iers cnn hsiave Tivs-t., eialing in any tIgnre thay anny
tA- The .1- it Dlrawn Numbe-rs :mil P~r;zes will be .-it
o pWrea-ers ininedisa telv nis-r the- alr:awine.
gL.W- P'urchnl-rs will please write thit vignataires jili
Anil orive thwir l'to.t Offlte, 01-.11nty and ltlute.
ja-"tiaeember tlauat every l'rize is drawn, and piaynble in
full withouat leietioi.
p'Al prze,- -f 1,000 avad munder, paid liniediately after
the alrawin-t-ulher prizs at lahe utial tine f thirty days.
-g".l enmeminh-ntions strictly erinddentinl.
V?'Orders the orTi.:k'ts eir t'rti:lentes enal be nl.resased
either lo S. S WA N & 01.. A nausta. GIL. or
.. W. GA.'17iElR, Agntil, COittinilin.
tg/"* A lost of the nunbers that are drawi from the wlwel
with the aiiaault tof the prize that eala one li elititled to,
will be piuuheal d after avery alraawing. in thei fullaowinug pa
p1-rs:-.New ortea'ia' DlIta, )lotee glhrster, Clarlestian
uaisaur.l, Nu-hlvilla G:zette, Atlanta Iutulie'ncer, New
Ytork e'etklay l)ay Ii-.k. Autruata (Ga.) t'lstiutionalsl,
1:ilunonl liisalh. Naew York DispatI. P1aulllatig (Miss.)
Clur:on. $navaul M.-ring .\ews, :to d Little Ruck (Ark.)
.lulle 0 s5s tf 25
Broacl St. .A.Lg-a qta, Ga.
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
00 WORTTH of the ,above Goods,
r) , earefully selekcted f'rum the best
.Manuf.aeturies, andh comprining'
Every Description in the Trade,
Whaichl will be asold at a very smtall ad vance on Coat.
In addition to, the above, I htave on band,
6,000 Pair Thick Slaoes,
Sliuhtly damaged by gettinag wet, and will be sold
Zr- The Subscriber solicits a call from hieSouth
Carolinns friends before purchasing elsewhere.
W"r Tats.-Retail, CASH. Wholesalea, time
with alpprove'd paper. No sea'ond priae aikedl.
Under U. S. Hotel, A ugusta, Ga.
Augusta, Ca., Oct 14 If 40
NEW SPRING GOODS
B00TS AND SHOES!
T 11OS, P. LAUS, A ugu.ta, Georgiu, hs
1:this daly rea''i i'd :a laarge lot of SPRING
G001 )8, aand will contne to do so through the
Isummat.'r, consaatistng in pm-it of
Laeliesa' Sldk FRed CONGIR ESS G.\lT ERV,
do dha di, dlo
dlo Glove Kidl Congress dlo
doi Colaoredt TiPT do
doe BIlck do do
do Fine Phlaadelphia Kid and Morocco SLIP
Childrens' S110 ES. of every descsription,
Menai' Calf Opera PLIMIP LiOOTA~,
do Goats hEE~LED INVINCIllLES,
do I'tatet W. S. PUMPhIS andi Oxford TIES,
do Goals 1i. S. .do
do Calf B. S. do
do lKid Conagnasa 6AlTERS,
do Cadif do do
Boays' do da, do
Wiha variety too rume'rous to' mutation. Ca~ll
:andl aook, ats I have.. atte'ntive Clerks who will be
glad to show the Goods.
Aaugus'ta. Geo., Ahpril 5 i f 13
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.
STRAYED from the residence ('
of WV. E. Clark, near C'ole
man's X Roads, a small white
HOUND SLUT, with red cars m:m.
and a few red splots aver hter body. Said Slut
strayed from WV. E. Clark about the 5th July.
The above reward will be paid b ' the Subscri
ber on her delivery to hima at Cui'yton, or any
iniformiation concernling hzer thaunkfulily rcvhed.
J. F. CURRY.
Aug 4 tf - 30
IDT The Newberry Sun will pilease copy thlree
times anal forward account to this office.
S UPERFJNE NEWY FLOUR.-ust
received from Dr. E. Andtrews, a load of his
N EWV FLOUR, fresh ground and warranlled of su
Iperior quality, and for sa!e for cash, by
E. PEN~N, Agent.
Aug.4 tf 30
(ALS WVilEAT FOR SALE.-The
IkSubsrit.er has 150 Bushels superior G ALE
ilE AT, which he will sell at $12 per bushel
delivered at Edgelield C. IH , or at his plantation.
Aug4 4t 80
Pay or be Sued I
, Lprone indebted to the Subscribers, either
byNte or A ccount, are notified that thesy
are expected ta pay the siame, by or ba f.are return
day next-otherwise their necoaunts aind nottes will
be placid in the hands of our Attorney, S. B.
Griflin, Req , for calletion. Th'lis is fair wiarning,
anad you that are interestedl, would do well to tauke
MARKERT & GOTTSCIIALK.
A ug. 4, 18-,8 if 3
N OTICE.-A pllicationl will be made to the
Legislature at its next session, for an Acet lo in
corporate the Bethk'hema Baptist Church, in Edge
June9 3m 22
F'INAL NOTICE.-AII persona having any
claeimns against the Estate oaf Simeon Mathisa,
deceased, are no ilied that they must render theml
in by the I at October next,, and'those idebted must
pay up by Recturn-day, or the Adiministrator will be
faorcd to place said indebtedane's int the bands of an
A ttorney for collection. The Estate mzust be closed
by the 1ast October.
SIMPSON MATHIS, Adm'aar.
A. If 30
FAMES HENEY, AUGUSTA, GA., be
lPinlg desirons of making a chang-e in his bu
iness, offers, from this date his entire %tock of
Dry Goods for Cash!
Lower than any ever oirerd- in this or an' other
City in the South.
All persons desirous of laying out their money
to the lest uivantage, will do well to call and see
his stock. They may be sure of saving from 25
to 50 per cent', .s he is determined on selling off
the entire stock of his Goods by the first of October
If you want SILK, plain or figured,
Call at HENEY'S.
If you want BAREGES, solid, col'd or printed,
Call at IIENEY'S.
If you want MUSLINS, white or co!ored,
- Call at HIENEY'S.
If you want EMBROIDERIES, for Ladies or Mis
ses, Call at HENEY'S.
If you wvant HOSIERY, GLOVES, RIBBONS,
DONN ILTS, &c. Call at HENEY'S.
If you want GINGIIAMS, SHE ETINO, SiRT
INGS, &c. Call at IIENEY'S.
Or if you want any other artcile usually found
in a Dry Goods or Millinery istore, nd want them
ht prices for cash, at which you never expected
to see them, call at IIENEY'S STORE, next above
the Georgia r ailroad Bank.
All Iersons indebted to him are requested to
comie and settle up.
Aueusta, July 12 tf 27
NEW SPRIN C AN 1) SLIMMER
C Al 01) IE6
RAMSEY & LABAW,
(Opposite the Union Bank,)
Almaterom G ,org-W
A RE rceeiving daily, and are offiring to their
A friends and customners the lartesmi ad oi'st
8tock this -eason they have ever ofIlred. hlaving
purehased the ietiro Stock almost exchtsively for
UASII, atndl pail unu1tsual attention to) the ntm
facnre of the Clothing, we are preparedl to oller
them at lirices-to defy carimpetition. We hanveo an
eielait line of
SCARFS, CRAVA''S, STOCKS,
UNlDEsllHlRT. and DRA WEILA, every arade;
Linen Bosoim SHURTS, from the well kiiown
manuftetories of Morrison & Co., Golden Hill,
John M Davis & Co , and Fowler & Co.
A complete line ot GLOVES, of every kind;
HlANDKE RCHIEFS, SOCKS, &c.
We have also a very large stock of SERVANTS
CLOTHING, of every kind, which we would call
especial attention to.
Merchants and others would do well to call be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta, April 21, ly 15
H AV R jsit received fro..n New York, another
lot of iltose FINE WHILE BRILLIANTS,
at 1'1 e. its per 3ard.
Alo, 6hb. flat, Junannah aid Caruline Wht:te
Itli. s' Al:.rse illes COLLARS and SR'IfTS, both
white anl Colored;
llirminghan and Metropolitan Extension IIOOP
Illack Silk MITS, both long and short, wit)
ar.d w ithetit fincers;
An etirely new and hatdsome hot of ll WONS,
for Ladies' iOntts;t3
Fifty pie-ces fine IRlISH LINEN, to be sold by
the picee ionly, at e'xtraioriinary low~ priatas;
I AMAbKS, DOYLIRS, NAPKINS;
TOWEl.S erssh andl liven;
SI)l EETING, at prices that cannot fail to comi
mand a quick sale.
Thoase in want of such Coeds wouild do w.l11 te.
A ugu-ta, Juneel4 ~tr 23
Fine Pianlos, Books,
MUSIC, &c., &c.
T H E Subscriber nier retluruinrg thranks to their
ifriends in EDGEFI EL.,) and adjeeinirtg Die.
tricts, for their liberal peatronarge during thre last
ten years, would informr themi that th..y still eon
tinue to ke.'-p on hrandi a large assortmrenit of
from tire celebrated mnufnretor-ies or R A V EN PIA)
CON & CO. IIAZEi.TON, BROS., arnd A. 11.
GA I.E & ( 0., New York. t..r whromr they nre soe
Agents. Thies'e lrustrumaeirts having already wea
suhi fir finmted cele~brity, it is onrly inecessrary for. no
to repeat that foer sirengih. dlur'ability nnd tinrishi,
tegethir ith poswr, depth, swtrees and sefl.
ness qf Ioune, they chrdlenrg.c coetittioni. PeLrsonsi
w~rmt.nrg a supetrior
wutr.1 eu mrnreh better to enll a.,1selvet freo a intrg.
an-rrtmernt, thain by) denlinry withr Pe~darr arnd Aget'rr
of iniferieor rrakersa, wht. re they~ lhave nro choeie. :md
hve of-ent tao pay higher prices for in'et irr lustrtu
mrents, thIatn lilac ues of surperi.er nrkercs ennt he
bnhlt far. Every I'lA~t NOltTK selhl by US is
warrarntted in every resprlect, su the pebseir runs
ni risk whatever. P~erseers ored.-ring frrior a d--tamee
ernm uts canr dleplenrd upon getting a G001) AIt.
TlCL E, tas we ma~ke it a poeuint to keepi wnoodrs of the
bst4 qua~lity and suchi a.< we c-an r'eeommnendl andl
waerant int every respect.
Thier stock of MUSIC is very large arnd threy
tre coantilv~ req.eivinge all ne'w pieces as theyv are
publiheds. (Gl!ITAII and VIOLIN STtLINGS of
te best grn:dlity alwayn rn hranel.
Threy wouldl ais-, call auetinr to their hargi
School and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery
nal oiler atrti-ls.-ALSO
Alwaiys ott htantd the irrgest nssorimeint int tire State
of G UIT A RS, 'ViOLINS, A CCOR1)KONS,
FL.UTf ES, FL AGEOI.,KTS, VIOIJN 110 WS,~S&e,
and ev'ery~ artirle of M'usical M~'e-chraadiaae
Carhai-t's and Nee.dhanii'e antd teiine .s ele-hrnted~
ACCOl>EO1~NS andl ViOI.1NS re-paired in tih.
All of theo ahove articles sold art low prices fori
Cash or City accieptanc-es hay
GEO. A. O.ATES & BRiOTIIRR.
hBrond SireeLt, Agusta Ga., bitwee-n U. S., iad
Globe I Iatels.
A pril 'l1858 - tf 1-'
TIE STATE OF SOUTHI CA120LINA
IN COMMON PLE AS.
JW. SMITil, who is in thne custodiy of thne
.Shrerini' of EdL'enld Listriet, by virtue of a
Writ of Capins ad Saiisfacicndum. At tire suit of
A bner Bushrnell, having filed in my Omfie., together
with a Sechedule on oath of his Estate and efli-cts,
Iris petition to the Court of Commnon Pleas, pnraying
that he mary be admitted to the benefit of thne Acets
of thre G.-neral Assembly, nmade fot tire reliief of in,
selent debteers :It is torileredl, that thre sai.i Atebuer
ushnell and sall orthe-r ereditors to whomn the said
J WV. Smith is in anywise indebted, be, ail thi y
sire hereby summnoned, rind have notice to appear
before the said Court at Edgefield Court Hlouse, on
Monday tire forthi day, of October next, tu show
cnuse if airy they can, n bny theQ prayer, of the pe
titioner atoresaid, should tnot be grantedl.
TIIOS. G. BA CON, c.c.r.
Clerk's Ofie, June 22 1858. 14t 25
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
EDG EFIELD DISTRJC 1',
IN COMMON PL EAS.
TIHOMA S D. CH AMBER LIN, who is in the
..~custody ef ,the Shierifr' of Eeetieldl District,
by virtue of ai Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendurn,
at the suit of James M. U. Farecland, ,havintg tiled
in my Offee, togethetr with a schedule on oath of
ris Estate and effects, iris petition to thre Court of
Common Pleal,~ praying that hre may be admitted to
the benrefit or the Acts or the General Assembly,
made fear thre relief or insolvent debtors. It is or
dered, that thre said Jamres M. C. Freeland anal all
other creditors, to whom the said Thomas D. Cham
berlin, is in anywise indebted, be, and they are
hereby summoned, and have notice to appear be
fore tire said Court at Edgefiehl Court House. on
Monday thne fourth day of October rnext, to show
cause, if any they -ana, wiry the prayer of the peti
tion aforesaid, should not be granted.
*THIOS. G. BA CON, c c r.
Clerk's Officee, June 25, 188 14t 25
N OTiCE is hereby given that application
will he made at the next Session of tihe Leg
islature to incorporate Harmony Methodist Epis
An g4A 3m 3 0
GREAT desideratum in the way of LIGHT
is accomplished. An illuninatine Oil is
prepared from Coal, callid KEROSENE OIL,
Brilliancy and Inensity of Light
Is unsurpassed by all other artificial lights. It is
not explosive-will extinguish fire if poured on it
-and last. though not least, it is very little more
expensiVe than sunshine. A small Lamp, airing
the Light of six Candles, will not cost excee 'ling
half a cent an hour, which ctn he araduated so as
to give less light at a much less expense.
We have the exc!usivc A gency for the KERO
SENE OIL and LAMPS in this place, and will
sell them at Charleston prices and terns, which
are exclu.ively fur Cash.
A. G. & T, J. TEAGUE.
April 28 If 10
AtUE 3MM TO
CLEANSETHE LOOD AND CURE THE SICK.
Invalids, Fathers, ltiters, Pyiticialn,
Philantlaropists, read their Effects,
and jadge of their Virtues.
FOR TIE CUltE O
Ifeadache, Sick Ileadache,Foul Stomach.
P'rrrraea, P,.%., MAy 1, 1953.
Da. J. C. Armn. Sir: I have been repeatedly cured of
the worst headache any holy enn have by a lwo or two
ofyour Pills. It seeus III arise frunmi a foul stonmach. which
they cleanse at once. If they will cure others as they do
Use, the fact i worth knowing.
Yours with great respect, ED. W. PREMILE.
Clerk of S.eamer fTarion.
Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints.
DzP.mRTmLE.T OF THE 3-rE1iini,
WAstllynTos, D. C., s Feb., 1s50.
Sit: T have used your Pills in iny :eneral ani hoilital
praclice ever since you made them. nud cahsuot hesitate to
say they are the loest cathartic we euiplooy. Their regi.
latingr action on the firer is quick anl decle'd, cnnsequent
ly they sire an alisirat-le reumely for dernngemests of that
organ. ileoed, I have seldom fonul a cese of bilious dis
ease sno iletinate llimt it tcil not rtlily yield to thein.
Fraternally yours, ALONZO llAi.,, 3M. D.,
Physician f the .Marine llospilal.
Dysentery, Relax, and. Worms.
PosT Orricx. llraLu3, ,iv. Co., Micii.. Nov. i6, 18r..
Ds. ATER: Yir Pills ire the lerfectinn of nmecinie.
They have done my wife inore paiod thaln I cnt: tell yon.
She had been sick sud pinting awvaxuy For months. went
oli In tie lsic tured at great expense. et got no beitter. Sho
th-n cousuciced taking your l'ilI'. which somn cured lier,
bsy exielling large quantitis of wormts (detnd) frotm her
bodty. They afterwards carud her and our two children
of blooly dyusentery. oite of ur neighbours had it bnu.nnd
ay wiFe cured him with two ioss of your Pills. while
niltirs aronnd its paid front five to twenty dollars dctors'
bills, and lost nsnich tiue, without beling cured entirely
even thena. Sneh a amediclne as ynurs, which is actually
good anl honest, will be prized here.
OEO. J. GtIFFIN, Pnsstaster.
Indigestion and Impurity of the Blood.
From lce. .T. 1. IMines, Pcstor of Adrent Church, Binson.
Dn. ATrE: I hnve uell your l'ills with extraorsinary
success in mty ftnitily and annung tholse I aent called to visit
in stres . To regulate the orgistis of digestion amd lauri.
fy the blood they are te very best remedy I linv ever
known, aud I can contldently recomnnend thei ro my
friends. Yours, J. V. IiDER.
WARSAW, Wrorivo Co., N. Y., Oct. 24, 155.
DrAn Sum: I am using your Cathartic Pills in my prne
tIep, and find thiem an excehlent purgative to cleanse the
system and purify the fountains of the blood.
JOHN 0. MIEACIIA3r, 3f. D.
Erysipelas, Scrofula, King's Evil, Tetter,
'rumors, and Salt Iheum.
From a ibnearding Jlerchant of M. Louis, -b. 4. 1830.
DR. ATm: Your Pills 'are the paragon of all that is
great in medicine. They havo cured my little dainglter
of ulcerous sores upon her hands and feet that had proved
incurable for yeqrs. Ifer mother had been long grievous
ly afilicted with blotches and pimples on her skin and in
her hair. After our child was cured, she also tried your
Pills, and they have cured her. ASA lOtGRIDGL
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Gout.
ri to: lier. Dr. Hawkes, of the Vethodist Epis. Church.
PULArEi IloUSe. SATANNAN. OA., Jan. 6, 1866.
Irosour.b Sin: I should be ungrateful for the relief your
skill has brought ine if I did mot relort my case to you.
A cold settled in mly limbs and brought on excruciating
sneurlgic pains, which ended In chronic rheunatism.
Notwithstasding I had the beat of physicians, the disease
grew worse and worse, until, by the advice of your excel
lent agent in Baltimore, Dr. .. ackeazie, I trIed your 'Ills.
Their effects were slow, but sure. By persevering in the
use of ihemi, I am now entirely wcll.
Sr.ATE CuA~tBi, hlAroN It000, l.A., 5i Dec., 1855.
Dc. Ann: I ivo been enitirehy cured by your Pillls of
Rlhtenmiitic Gout-a painful disease thaut hadn uifilicted mte
for years. VINCENT SLIDEL L
For Dropsit, Plethora, or kindred Come
plalints, requiring an activa purge, they are an excel
For Costiveness or Constipation, and as
a Diner Pill, they are agreeable isnd effectual.
Fits, Suppression, Paralysis, Inflamma
tions, tad eveni Deafness, andI Partial Blisscl
sess, hasve been eured by thu alterative action of these
3Most of the Pills in market contaIn 3Mercury, which, al
tlsosugh a vninaable reniedy in iskllful hiansls, Ilugerous
In a pubice pill, Fromt the dreadful conse'quencres lisat fre
quenstly follow Its incautions use. These contain n mser
cury or naieral substance whatever.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
VORt TIE RlA'ID CURE OF
COUGIIS, COLDS, ISOABSENESS, 3NFLU
ENZA, BRONCHITIS, IIOOPING
COUGII, CRIOUP, ASTHMIA, IN
- and "for the relief of conssuniptive patients In advanced
stages of the luise.
We need not spwak to teliteIllie of its virtues.
Thsrssinrimoist crery to~wn, aniil intiet every hunalet of Ilie
Annitriennm Suats, its wosileifisl cureI of jlentinnry cum
phitints 1mve naile it alreadly kniown. Nay, few isre the
fanities ins ainy civilized cos:i try oun thIs continent with
ont sme srersnal exzp.rientce sf Its u-llectis; and fews'ryet
thie coinnstnnitles any whc-re wsich 1:ave not suiong them
slme litigi tisl.ihy oF its victory over the entte ansim la
genius ilisnses of tlIe thsront anl Ilungs. WhIle it Ia the
iict ilowerfusl antlid'ote yet known to nman for the fornii
d1:lile iasad dangerouts dlisenaes of the ptlousonay organs, it
Is nlis the liaittiast a isefest resecdy thast ran lie em
plisyesl fsor linfsiut ail younig persons. l'arents should
hasve it ini stirs agaiinet thle Iisillins enemy thaut stesas
tiponl thin unpreparell. We hlave ahtmiiaut gronuls to
lsi-iseve the Cee-y inrul saves umore tires Isy the can
sutnsptionas It prevents than thiose it enuree. Keels it by
you,. and enrY yutr cols while thesy airs enrable, lsor neg
lest thern ni til no hsuann skill cnn anuster the inexzoralhle
ennsks-r thant. fastenedt ons the vitls. enats yo~ur life away.
All knosw the dreadful Fatality of lunlg dlisorslers, and as
tiey k now ton the virtuses of ihis n-nns.dy, we sieed not do
nwore thant to nas therni it is stilt mnde ths liest it can
be. We spare no cst, nso cars, nio toll to prosduce it the
mnost lierfect passil-le. uiisthu nliainrdo those whlo rely on
it the tyest i;:-sit wichid (str skill can fhrnish for their core.
PREPARED BY DR. L. C, AYER,
Practical and.Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
.ANXD SOLD BY'
0. L. PENN andl ])RS. A. (I. & T. 3. TEA EUE,
Egeield C. H.: A. .T. il:1LETI Ilt A Ct.., Ihimt
hurg. and by all denfors ini medlicine. ihole~ale by
lIAVILAND, CHlIC11ESTl~'ll. & CO., Auigusti, i.
June 2 ly 21
CELEBRATED DOUBLE SCREEN
' ll SUllSCZRlu-:R 1muving~ pmechacis- ille
1igeht for this ?ltate. nitw sll':rs t.o Planteirs theose
justly eelsbr.:te.l FA NS ifor ec-anin a., bioIt. 1Tis
F'uin is suplerio~r t'i any~ thsinui of th kind nosw in use,
ais the number ofC premui~mnis aw:ii-ded ::t . diyerent
Sate Fairs ns ill ttesut. It is simnple in its struetm e.
eaiy rigged, works welhl, atnd when '.ut u'f ordler,
can be repal~iredl by any tirdhinmy maechannie. It is
datilteds to cleansing all kindlsof gaan. Forn further
prtenlarts s-u linnd Bill, which will be fsu:ntished
any one desiring sneh'l.
COT]!ON GINS AND THRASHERS.
Alto c .nstantly on hsandl a supply of Cotton Cins,
whicht I wairrant to be egnal to aniy masude. Also, us
lot orf Thrashers which ar. iso exte~nsively knowsn
that [ deem it unnescessary to tculoigise themis here.
TJheuse Mutnchinesa are asll miannfnetturedl in this place,
by skillful workmen, and of the very be-st miaterial,
and warranted to do whsat is satid for themn. A ny
orders fssr either of~ thec above Machinemcs, aiddressed
to the subscribe-r, or left with my Travelinig A gents,
will be piroimptly attended to.
Abbeville C. HI., S. C., May I8, 3m I10
N OTICE--All persons having chtimis nig.sina
the Estate of James S-. Coh-man, dlee'dl., are
herebsy ntsiied to render them it, by the 1st March
89-otherwise their notes or accounlts will posi
tively be deharred. And those insdebted to said
Estate maust pay up by the 10th February next, or
they will most ussuredly lie c-ompelled tis pay cosls.
H3ENNEiT PERRY, Admn'ur.
Juno 9 O a m" 22
I CE ! ICE !-Alwa~ss on hand a supply of
ICE, which will be soild at 5 Cents pser pound
Cash..E. T. DAVIS, Agt.
May 19 if 19
EXECUTORS NOTICE.-AII persons
Eihatving chtiinms againast the Estate of Avory
Bland, deceased, are hereby notified to present
th em, properly attested, immediately.
J. S. SMY LY,)
J. A. BL AND, Ex'ors.
Jnnm. de, tf
A LL5 persons indlebted to the estate of Daniel
Boone, dec'd., are reques~ted to make imumedi
ate payment, and all persons havinig demands
agaist the same arc hereby ntotified to presenit
them properly attested.
L. P. BOONE,
PETER OUZT. Adm'ors.
D-e 23187. tf 50.
$5,000 WORTH OF GOUDS,;
GOING AT AND BERLOW
Cc Os Tr 1PO.t. C.. :E 9
,The Goods inust be Sold !
NO IIUMUG!-MONEY WANTED!
A RARE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS.
I}EING desirous of closing out our present
Stock. preparatoiry 1or our Fall Supplies, we
are now ofring our ENTIRE STOCK of
GOODS AT COST PRICES!
ALL OF OUR RICH DRESS GOODS
And every airticle in tho Dry Goods Line we
are now selling at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
Cone, ladies and examine our prices. There is-no
chance to do any better this side ot New York.'
Our large and varied assortment of
B00TS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS,
Imnrdware, Cutlery, &c., &c., &c.
We are a'so selling at COST PRICIES FORCASIT.
Conw. Everybody, and get bargairs whilst they
are t, be had.
0T'A little money will go a long ways in our
Store. W. IL. & T. S. IlUI)SON.
.JuIYi 1f 2
E. PENN, Agent,
1. AS just received a supply of the PRINCESS
ROYAL LOOPE) EXTENSION
T.. which le would re.speetfully invite the atten
ion of the Ladies. This SKlIT is of late inven
tini, and fbr beauty :nil utility far surpases any
thing of the kind ever foil'ered for sale.
it i. miado entirely by machinery and without a
stel. Tite hoops are bro'ulht to their paces by the
interl:.cing or Loops-may be taken apart ina m
mint. etitu andjusted to suit any size by removing
one or more hoops, and as quickly iiced together
and re.ady for the wearer-making it sin A D1 US
TA IlE SKIRT with a new and simph: A DI)US.
TC.\ Bll~l. 'STLE, free from any incumlrant
j.- I.adi'-a are itviteld to, call anl eCamiine this
new anl imost desirable art;ele which is iieeting
w1ith rapi1 sale.
n 23 tf 24
r IE Subscriber having parelaased the premis
1. flrmerly occupied by Mr. 11. A. GRAY, as a
Watch repairing shop. is now prepared to do all
kinds of work in coneectit n with
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry nud
Tiving securcl the scrvices of a FIRST CLAFS
WATCHI MAKER, and being a practical Clock
Maker hiamself, lie liopes to give entire satisfaction.
A!l work done at li, shop is warranted, ;-nd if
it fails to give satisfaction, the money will be re
All persons leaving work with himn may depend
upon getting it at the time promised.
P. S.-A Regulator, that will keep exact time,
will be kept running in the shop. Persons desi
riotis (if obtaining the Lruc time can be acconioda
ted at any hour in the day.
F. 11. CANDEE.
Alril G 18-58 U. 1
'I HIE Subiscribers return their thatnks to their
IkindI patrons for the liberal support they
leave received, and respectfully solicit a conitnu
antc of that generous patrontage.
Thoy state witht confidence now that they are
WYELL P'REPARED to carry on the
Coach Making and Repairing Business
In its various branches. Their work sludl be ex
scuted in a durable, handsome, style and by work
men skilled -in their respective trades.
We have and intend always keeping on hand a
large and flne assortment of
CA tAGES, BUGGiES, ROCK A WAY S, &C,
Of the our own manuacture-beautiful to behold
andi of much value to the lucky purchaser.
We will also keepi constantly in our Establish
muent a full Stock of Northern IBUOGIES and
CARRIAGES, of superior manufacture.
ggf'Allsorts of R KPAIRING done in thme best
muneiner. uend with the greatest disp.etch.
I;rCall atnd examine our Stoek. Our prices
have been piut down to correspond with the hard
timies. SMITil & JONES.
Dec 2:1 _____ f 50__ S
TITE STATE OF SOUTlI CAROLINA
iN OIRDiNA R1.
f) Y W. F. D)I RISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Ed~ge-.
I) fiel Ditriect.
Whereas, A. Smmkins, c.n.ic.u.hlath appied to me feir
1.-uers ofr Adlministration, mn all and singular the
~eemet aund chlattles, rights and credlita of Jhno Ratndahi,
late of the District afeiresaid det'd..
These are, therefore, to cite and. adimon.ish all and
singular, the kindred and 'cditore of thu said dlecas.
el tu be and appear hcere mte, at onrneit Ordlinaery's
Court foir the said District, to be heolden at KElgetiehld
Ceurt House, tin the 1Itth day of September next, to
sowu cause', i f any, whny the said adnministration sho~uld
not lhe granted.
Given, uner my hand and seal, this 2nd day oh
Ago:4, in the year of onr Lord one thtonsandl eight
hndredl and fifty-eight anid in the eighil-third yeai
of American Independence.
W. F. DURtISOE, o.z it.
Aung. 41, 1858 6t 30
sTATrE OF SOUTil CAROLINA,
BY W. F. D)U RISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
WhnaA ikncaxo hath applied to
me fior t.eeters of amnsrain n al n singular
te gioodst aned chuattles, rights and credits of Jesse
I riec, late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
'Th,-e are, theerefore, to Cite and adlmoishl all and
sinaiular, thce kindred anid eeditors of the said de
eeased, Io be andl appear before me, at nur next Ordi
nry's Court fur the said Disiricet, to be htolden at
Egefield Conre llouse, on thme l1ih day of September
neal, to show cance, if any, why the said administra
tion shouhali no he gratnted.
G;iven tnider m hiandl anid se'al, theie 2nd dlay of
August, in the ye'ar of our Lord onte thousand eight
hundiered and1 iitfy eight, and in the eeghty-thoird year
of Amnerictan lad.'eedence.
August 4, 182 _ _t
TilE STATIC OF SOU'IiI CAROLINA
B Y W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield
Whereas, J.,hn A. L->tt, htatha applied to me for
Letters of Administration, on all and singular the
gotds and chattles, rights and credits of Hlolden
W. Posey, late oif the District aforesaid, eeeaseed.*
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said dleceas
ed, to be and appear before mue, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to bie holdens at Edgefield
C. H., on the 23rd day of August insmt., to show
cause, ifany, why thte saisi administration should not be
Given under my liandl and seal, this 9th day of Auj'st,
in the year of our Lord one thoniiand eight heundred
and fifty-eight and In tihe 83rd year e. Amnerican
Indepedence. . F. DwUlSOE, 0. E. D.
August 11,, 3 1 3
Sam will have it Pure.
I HAVE this day received two lIarrels of pure
RYE WHISKEY, and five Barrels of pure
CORN WHISKEY, very old and pure-shipped
by Mr. Cenn, direct from North Carolina. Somne
of the most eminent Phtysicians of Augusta pur
chase it for their use. For sale by.
S. E. IIOWERS, Agt.
N. 1.-On hand 23 Dbla. Key Stone Mononga
Hamburg, Marl 1t f 8
E XECUTOR'S NOTICE.-Those pesons
indebted to the Estate of A braham Kilcrease,
dee'd., are hereby notified thtat they must pay the
same by or before the 35th September next, other
wvise they will htave to settle with my A ttorney.
Those havineg demands against said Estate will
render thety~ in, properly attested, without delay.
J. A. TALBERT, Ez'or.
T.u1.. 3rmn 26
EDGEPIELD & . C.
ftJOHN NMI WITT,
hjavina j u s L ro- V,
ceived from New York a most COM ETE and
MAGNIFICENT assortment of
Respectfully announces to his friends and patrons
that he is prepared to exhibit a beautiful and
well manufactured assortment of CABINET FUR
NITURE. My large assortment consists in part-of
a splendid variety of fine and superfine
A rich lot-all styles-of Rosewood-and Mahogany
Rosewood and Xahogany hbraries,
SECRETARIES WITH BOOK CASES,
A beautiful collection of Rosewood and Mahogany
WASH SINKS OR STANDS,
A good stock of excellent spring bottom
Improved styles of Rosewood and Mahogany
Mahogany and Rosewood Tables,
Consisting of PARLOR, CARD, TEA, EXPAN
SION, QUARTETTE and Ladies WORK TA
Corner Stands and Portable Desks,
A variety of fine
An unusually, large assortment of
0 'E A I R. B
Comprising Solid Mahogany spring bottom Rock
ing Chairs; Spring bottom solid Mahogany Parlor
Chairs; Cane seat Maple Rocking and Parlor
Chairs; a small lot of Prescott Oak Chairs; Chil
dren's, Nurse's and Sewing Chairs, and Children's
CURTAIN BANDS, PICTURE CORD AND TASSEL, CRIB
CRADLES, TOWEL RACKS, &C,
All of tvhich will be sold at a very small per
cent above actual cost porices. I am compelled to
continue the CASH SYST1M, and will rigidly
adhere to it in future, as I am well convinced that
it is much the best system for ali parties.
An examination of my Stock Is solicited. Better
1argaims are not to be had in Augusta or any
other Southern City.
I continue to make to order any FURNITURE
wanted, and also to repair all old Furniture sent.
Send along your work and it sliall be done in a
workmanlike manner. -
- I bespeak a liberal share of public patron
age., J. K. WITT,
Apr 21 tf 15
T HE Poprietor of this well known and popu
lar HOTEL takes peculiar pleasure in an
nouneina to his friends and the travelling public
generalle, that this House is open for the reception
of company, and that his whole eo.ergies will be
put into reqtuisition to gratify the wants of each
and all who may favor him with their patronage.
The House has just been thoroughly repaired,
and the Rooms and Furniture put in excellent con
dition for the Spring and Summer season.
My Table will be furnished with the best that
can be had, and presided over by one skilled in
the culinary dlepartment-and in shtort, everything,.
requisite to gratify the taste of the epicurean will'
be suppilied in abundance. .The servants of tho
C.\ROLINA hO1TEL are noied for their polite and
attentive character, and are ever in attendance to
obey the wishes of my Guests.
New STABLES have recently beent built, which
are comnodious and complete, and Hories left in
may care will receive kind and careful treatment.
1 hankful for past encouragement and patron
age, I respectfully solieita continuance of the same.
JOHN A. MAYS.
(1' The travllintg community are notified that
they and their baggage will be conveyed, at a me
umenit's wvarning, without charge, to the Carolina or
Georgia Depos... A. M.
Hamburg, May 8 1858 - i 10 -
NOTICE TO THE AFFLICTED,
IN Justice to thme sufllering humanity through
LDiceases arising from disorders of the Organs
of'oeneration', I deem it necessary to relieve and
cure such sufferers.
PROF. F. DEVOUT'S
Esteemeud Frechi Specific Cordlal,
is the maot reliabfe~ and effectuaml rem' dy fur ob
tatining a p~erft ct cure in the shortest time that has
et or beenm known. no matter whether the Case is of
20) years, or only a days stainding.
The COR DIA L is agreeale to the stomach and
will, if followed according to directions, and theo
instrumnarts p~roperly used, never. fail to effect a
cure p~ermnanen~t. As it is rather a delicate subject
to bring tihus before thd putblic, I deem it inexpe
dient to insert any of thme many' References. A
trial of the Medicine will speak for itself.
Al It rivate commwunications will be promptly at
tended to, free gratis.
Price $l for all necessaries, forwarded frie of
charge to any part of Georgia, South Carolina or
r All orders must be addressed to F. .J.
Deiker, at V. La Taste's New Wholesale and Re
tail Drug or~ sed Store, Augusta, Ga., Wholesalo.
Depot for F. J1. Delker's Celebtrated Bed Bug De
stroyer and Phtiladelphia Balm.
A uu<ta, June :30 1858 3m 25
2N0 BRIG ADE, Is-r Div. S. C. M.
EDG E PELD C. II., July 21, 1858.
O RDE R, NO. 1*
T H E 10th Regiment of infantry wvill p'irade for
.Revi-w and Drill at Richardson's, on Tuesday
The 7th Regiment of Infantry will parade at thte
Old Wells, Un Thtursday the 19th of August.
The 9lth Regiment of In''antry will parade at
Springfield, Saturday the 21st of August.
The 8th Regiment of Infantry will parade at
Morrow's Old Field, ot Tur sday the 24th of August
The 6th Regimtent or Infantry will parade at
Lomax's on Thursday the 26th or August.
Th'le Officers and nomn-Comumissioned Ofieers wilt
assemble on the day previous to thte Review for
Drill and Instruction.
Volunteer Companies will prepare for inspection.
Colonels of Regiments atre charged with the ex
Iensiott of thtis Order.
By order of Brigadier General,
W. C. MORAGNE.
- July 21, 1858 5t 28
11T Thte Independent Press and Abbevillo Ban
nor will insert thtree times.
0-ru REGIM ENT, S. C. M.
T UcK Ea's PoSD, July 31, 1858.
AACCORDING to an order'from Brig. Gen. W.
C. Moragne. thme NINTII REGIMENT of
infantry will assemble at Springfield, near Mr.
Irunson's, on Saturday the 21st day of August
next, for Drill and Review.
Oficeers and non-Commissioned Officers will as
semble on the day previous for Drill and instruction.
Lieut. Col. Corley and Maj. Burton, are charged,
with, thte extension of this order to their respective
By order of Col. J. W. TOMPKINS.
MdAr. Moss, Adj't.
Aug.4 3t 30
7-r REGIM ENT, S. C. M.
Cmavs' Casz, July 3L. 858. ~.
IN I'ursunnee of ant order from Gen. Moragnes.
.the 7Ttt R EGIMENT of Infantry will parade at
the Old Wells, on Thursday ite 19th of August, for -
Drill and Review.
Commiss.ioned and non-Commissioned Officers
will assetmble the (lay previous fur Drill and lnstrue
tion. By order of Col. D. L. SIlAW.
F. M. COr.EMN, A dj't.
Aug. 4 3t 30 '
N OTICE is hereby given, that appfietion
will be made to the Legislaturra.t its next ses
sion, for a release of a'l the rightt and interest of
the State in the Rsefleated Property. of Charles.
McGregor, deceased, to James S. Henderson and
July 20 1858 3m 28 -
L E O S--Just reeived five Boxies Choie
LEMONS. E. T. DAVISA~n
May 9 tf.. 1