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DRAINING PREVENTS INJURY FRdM DRWITII.
That draining "deepens the soil," " iereases
the effect of manures," and "!engthens the sea
son" of working th - land, we haw- already si-own;
the fact that it "I-revent the injurious effects
of drouth," however seeming a paradox, remains
to be accounted for.
We all know that a denp and mellow soil rr
tains moisture much better than a shallow and
hard one. "Water is held in the soil between
the minute particles of earth. If these partee.
be pressed together compactly, there is no spee
left between them for water.' Compact subsoils
are but little permeable to water, compared with
the same when broken up, pulverized, and mel
lowed. The one is porouse and drinks in mois
ture like a sponge; the other absorlis it in but
small quantities, and readily parts with the same
on the application of heat. The one takes it
from the air, which passes freely through it; the
other, impervious to the air, or any sligItly pow
erful influences, remtains unehang~ed. LUndrained
soils, as we have shown, Iecone compact after
heavy rains, by the evaporation of the waterwih
which they are saturated: drained soils, on the
contrary, become wore porous from the filtration
of the same amount of moisture into the drains
Draining prevents injury from drouth, by giv
ing a better growth to plnts in the early sum
mer. Seed town on any soil containing stag
nant water, sends no roots below that water-line,
but may for a while grow well from roots near
the surftee. But let drouth come, the water
line sinks rapidly, the roots having no depth to
seek moisture bLelow, are parched and burnwl,
and without rain the crop is irrepairablv injured.
On a drained and dee-pened soil the roots ro
down without obstruction, and are thus prepared
to withstand the effectv of the long continued
dry weather so eften experienced. That they
will d, so,. a thuistund facts in the experience of
the farmeT will prvov to him that observes thema.
If it be grunted, as we think it must be, that
d'raining deepens and meliows the soil, it folows
that draining lrevents1Irouth fr in affecting inju.
riouily the growth tof plants. 1 1834, an excer
sively dry season, Prot. Flint of Mass., gathered
a mass of t--xtimony in regard to its effects on
the crops, and the best means of preventing in
jur to the sante. The returns came back, as
wit one voico, in favor of deepening and mel
lowing the soil, by draining, deep plowing, sub
soiling and frequent culture, in the case of hoed
crops. "The drouth affect.d deep plowdd lands
very little; on those that were faithfully sub
sailed, the corn leaves did not roll at all, while
on those that were shallow plowed, the corn crop
sulfered mnch, and other crops were seriously
affected." A case has been stated, where a crop
of beans were planted, grown, and ripened, on it
drained and stubsoiled field, without a shower ot
fifteen minutes duration, or supply of wat -r
from 'iny a uree, save from the dews of Heaven
and the moisture from beneath. At the same
time, in fields adjacent, v-getation was parched
and crisp, making no growth whatever from lack
of moiture.-Country Gentleman.
A FIRST RATE fIl1lTEWAS11.
We have tried various preparations for white
washing ceiling?, and the walls of unpapered
rooms, but have never found anything that was
entirely satisfactory until the present spiing.
We have now something that atlbrds a beauti
ful, clear, white color, and which cannot be
We procured, at a paint store, a dollar's worth
of first quality " Paris White-33 lbs., at three
cents per lb.-and for this quantity, one pound
of white glue, of the present quality, usually
called eooper's glue, because mannufacttured bvy
*Peter Cooper, oL New York. Retail prlice 50
cents per poundi. For one day's work, half
pound of the glue was put in a tin vessel, anwl
covered with cold water over night. In the
muening this was carefully heated until dis
solved, wvhen it was added to 16 lbs. of the
Paris White, previously stirred in a mnoderate
quantity of hot water. Enough water was then
added to give tbe whocle a proper muilky ':on-i
teney, when it was applied with a brush in the
ordinary namer. Our 33 lbs. of P'aris White
arpd 1 lb. of glue sutliced for two ceilinug' and
the walls and ceilinigs of seven other smaller
A single co:tt is equal to a double coat of
linme wash, while the white is far more lively or
brilliant than lijtte. Indeeed the color is nearly
equal to that of "Zinc White," whigh costs at
least four times as mnteh. We are satisfied, by
repeated tris, that no whitewash can be muade
to adhere firmly without glue, or some kind of
sizing, and this will invariably be colored, in
time, with the caustic lime. 'The Paris White,
on the contrary, is simuply pure washe-d chalk,
and is entirely inert, producing no caustic etfect
on the sizing
Any of our readers who try this, atnd are as
well pleased with it as we are, ii ill con.,ider the
informnation wvorth many time.s the cost of an
entire volumne of the ..gric-u/ti.risvt. Ilad we
known of it when we first "set ups house-keep
ing," it would have saved us zanch labor, and
the annoyance of garments ofteni soiled by con
tact witth whitewash--not to mention the sav
ing of candles, secured by having the ceiling
always Wrhite enough to reft ctinstead of absorb
ing the rays of lhght.-Am. Agriculuarist.
Pis AVruMrEro-lIow -ro Coox, &c.--Let
the melons remain on the vines until they begin
to turn yellowish-then gather thenm carefully.
without braising, and put them away ini a cool
place for winter use. *When you wish to cook
them, peel otf the skiryand cut up the meloni
small, taking out the seed, soft pulp, if any,
&c. Put them in a preserving kettle, wi ith just
enough water to keep theta from biurnmng, anid
stew over a tolerably brisk fire for 3 or 4 hours.
or until the whole is reduced to a soft pulpy
mass, free fromn lumps, anid thoroughly " done."
You have, then, a subatance resemnbling grecen
apples stewed, and by adding a little stugar nad
lemon juice to it, and making it up with the
crust in the usual way, it is itupossib!e to tell
it froma a fresh apple pie. The lemoni juice is
necessary to give it flavor, as it is rather insipid
I f you desire a pumpk-in or cus'ard pie of the
melons, stew as above directed, but omrit the
Lemon, and brim-g the pulpy mass to the proper
richness and consisteney by the addition of .-u
gar, rnilk and eggs. Little of either of these
ingredients will be found necessary-only sufli
<eient to give the melon color and flavor, it
skillfuity prepared, these mnelons will be found
an ismportant auxiliary to the housewife, during
several months in the fall and winter. We have
kept them sound and hard until March.-Sut:
"INCLINE Tii?~E Ea!"--To cure tho head
ache, in Mexico, they give a tea'poonful of rum,
poured intg the ear!t The head should be bent
down on the side from which the pain proceeds,
(says Thompson, the Mexican traveller,) and,
after receiving the fluid, the patient should re
main quiet till the pain subsides, which is usu
ally in three or four minutes.
Mecc.-If muck were not a fertilizer, still it
is valuable as an amendment to light, especially
sandy soils. It stiffens and gives consistency to
the mass, and is very retentive of moisture
more so than anything else. It is also impossi
ble to dry it so'that there will not be twenty
per cent., of water left in it. Muck tLus not
only helps to give consistency to light soil, but
it also enables it to withstand drought.
PaRanEvixINGTTER.-The farmers of Aber
deen, Scotland,'are said to practice the following
method for eurin'g'their butter, which gives it a
great superiority over that of their neighbors:
" Take two quai-ts of the best common salt,
oaie ounce of sugar and one of saltpetre ; take
one ounce of thts composition for onue pound of
butrtor; work well into the mass aiid close it up
for use. The butter cured with this mixture ap
pears of rich and marrawy substance anud fine
color, and acquires a little hardness. D~r. An
dlerson says ; 'I have eaten the butter cured with
the above composition that has been kept for
fiur years, anda it iL as 'Ssweet as at first.' It
anust b: -ii ted, houwe~ r. that butter that is thus
enred refl.ires to .:a. et three weeks or a month
before it is use-i. If it is sooner opened, the salt
is not sufficiently lIende~d with it, and sometimes
the coolness of the nitre will be perceived, which
totally disannears aftarwards."
SufEEP KIr..ING DoGs.-A correspondent of
the Rijt,uh d Vuigj gives the followinig:
Let mue publish tb the sheep wissing world a
remedy against the destruction of sheep by
dog., which wa given me, a short time since,
by a highly respectable and valutble friend,
idinself an extensive wool grower. It coisist
<iiply itt polacinig on one s.heep in every ten of
the li-ek, a bell of tne usual ,ize for slep.
The instinct of te dog promupta him to do all
hi, acts in a .,y, -tealthy manner ; his attack.
up(.n sl.eep tire iost frequently nade at jught,
whiile they are at rest, and the sudden and
simult-inteouts jingling of all the bells strikes
terrol to the dog--they turn tail atid leave the
sheep, fearing the niise of the bells will lead to
their exposure. This ratio of bells might be
Made to vary according to the size of the flock.
The importance of sheep presmxvation fromn dogs,
the writer hopes, will claim fur this conmnuni
cation nn insertioi in tuost of the papers of
this Union, that a reinedy so cheap and simple
may be fully tested.
A tubful of soapsuds, farmers bould remnie
ber, is worth as much as a wheel-barrow of good
ianure. Everv bucket of soalk-uds should be
thrown where it will not be lot. Th garden
is a goid ruad convenient place in which to di1
poe of it ; but the roots of grape vines, ligs,
young tree.,, or anythinig of the sort will do as
When a house is infested4 by rats which refuse
to iiible at toasted cheese ad the usual baits, a
few drops of the scented oil of rhodium, poured
m the bottom of a cage trali, will almost inva
rialbly aLtit-t it full of the " mischievous rodents"
before norning. We have knowui this to be
tried with extraordinary success. Where a trap
hiated with all tnuner of edibles had fidled to
attniwt a sing-l rat, the oil of rhodini caused it
to be coupletelv crowded night after night, until
he house was 'leared of the noisome visitors.
CT cc r
PUBLI1ENED EVERY WEDNEDAY 9URNING.
1. SIliINS, D. B. DURISOE & ELIAH KEESE,
TREMS 0F SUBSCRIPTION.
Two DOLLAns per year, if paid in advance-Two
DOLLARS and FieTY CESTs it not paid within six
nonths-and Titaxx DOLLARS if not paid before the
expiration of the year.
Subscriptions out of the District and from other
States, must invariably be paid for in advance.
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Each and every Transient Advertisement, to secure
publicity through our columns, must invariably be
paid in advance.
Advertisemiet'ts not having the desired number of
insertions marked on the margin, will be continued
until forbid and charged accordingly.
Those desiring to advertise by the year, can do so
on liberal terms-it being distinctly understood that
contracts for yearly advertising are conflued to the
immediate, legitimlate business of the firm or individ
All comnmunications of a personal character will be
charged as advertisemnents.
Obituary Notices exceeding one square in length
will he charged for the overplus, at regular rates.
Annonneing a Candidate (sot inserted untit pai
for.) Five Dollars.
For Advertiring Estrasys Tolled, Two Dollars, to be
paid by the Magistrate advertising.
WiLLiAM 11 TUTT,
WHO LESA L E
PlE T A I L
(Opposite Augusta Ilotel,)
U AS in Store a ve-ry etieniive stock or P URE
D)R I GS, F NI M a Ynd PL A.* NT.\TION
MKDitClS, PlNW1S, OlsA W I N DC) W
GL ASA, &c , the quality anid pir-e of whi.:h he
warranits equal toi any in the So'u-h. A call troan
puichasers is respec:fiul'y solicited.
He has now on hand
500 Ouneus $ulph QU ININ E,
50 Lbs ChlhA'IOF''R~l,
50 (hme,-~s MOR PlllNE,
100 Lbs. Tlt'l:K Y OIPIU.\,
10 Bb's. No. I CASTOR OIL,
2,000 Li' EPSO\1 StA il',T
10,000 Lbs PUIIK WillTE LE.\D,
-500 (;as. Ll\'i-'.l)OI 0,,
500 G3aSpts. 'rTli'ENTIS E,
12 11s h.z.l.COIIS CORIal.\IL.
60 " MsT NOe lNINlECNT.
2 -' ME )CINE GilESTS f.,r Familiesi
12 1 loz Ba-rhaivt-s Ilol~andl ITTERS,
12 " Sehnth-nbzsergus Ecver and Ague
12 1,..:. O,.g.'rsi'a India CHIOLAGOGITrE
A ugusta, .uly 2, 185S m 29
THOMAS J. FOGARTY,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
UNDER TIlE AUGUSTA IIOTEL,
Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
'OULD setfhl-y call the attention of Plan
ters, Merchanats anad Physicians to his frecsh
arid unadulterated stock of
Drugs, Mediies and Chiemiicals,
AND ALL OTHER ARTICLES IN H1lS LINE.
I feel assured that nio Ilouse in this City or else
where can offer a stock superior in GENUINE
NESS. PURITY, or ona more R EASONABLE
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED !
All ofticinal prepiarations put up under the su
pervision of eraduates of the London and Dublin
Colleges of Pharniacy, and in strict conafornmity
with the 13rmularies of the United States Phar
macopei.-My stock of
FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS,
H~sir, Tooth, Paint and Wall Brushes,
&c., &c., &c.,
is at all timos complete. T wouild also call atten
tion to my stock of
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Varjuishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BURNING FLUID, &C,,
which I p~romiise to sell 10 pier cent LOWER than
any House in this City.
Any article sohl by moe, which does not give
satisfaction, tihe mn.-y will be returned and ex
pences paid in all cases.
Agent for Shecrmani's Pateuit Truuss, and
the only depot for genuitne bweedish LEECHES
in the City.
fWoliciting a visit before purchasing else
where, I-feel confident that the induccaemnts of
ferd both in lownress of price and punctuality in
attending to orders1 will secure at p0orLion of your
SW~Remember ny Store is under the Augusta
Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, March 80J ly 12
NOTICE.-.ppiation will be matde to) the
iLegislature at its next Session, fur an Acet to in
corporate the IBethlehemi Baptist Church, in Edge
June 9 3m 22
LL persons indebted to the estate of Daniel
Boone, dec'd., are requested to make- immnedi
ate paymtenit, and all persons having demands
against the same are hereby notified to present
them properly attested.
L. P. BOONE, , A
P~. 3, PETER OUZT, Am oa
.58. SPRING EXPOSITION! 1858.
DF FIRST CLASS S T A PL E AND F A NCY
Silks, Grenadines, Bareg% Challies, Mus
lins, Embroideries, Hosiery, Linens
and Domestic Goods,
And the usual line of Goods kept in i first class
Dry Goods store.
Ladies will tind in our extensive stAock the great
e.t assortment, in each of the above departnetats,
ever cxlibited in A ugusta. Our ar at facilities
for obtaining GOODS from Auction and large Im
p-rters, are such as to ensure our customers that
they may make their purchases from us at the
very lowest prices; and tnany. leading articles
much I elow the market value.
Our Northern, Eastern and European Corres
potulents will seti us weekly throughout the sea
sun, all that is New, Novel and Stylish, in the way of
Dress Goods aid Eabroideries.
Our House clains the espee~al attention of Stran
ucrs and Visitors, as oinly otic price is asked, and
all Goods are ntarked in plain figures; therefore,
inexperienced purclas.-ers are not over charged.
Ladies will ahvars receive kind aud cour:eous
atteition-it will mI;lbrd ''ur salesijiei pleasure to
show Goods. DICKiEY & PilllBBS.
P. S.-Sole Southern Agents for Jhn White
side & Cos ce ehrated IR ill LINI-NS.
Augusta, Mar 29 tf 12
23roac. S~t. JAnzgusta, Cr-a.
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
AT WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL.
gri[\[gi-WUHtTH1 of the aibove Gomds.
3)UUUU careluly seleted fromo the best
Manufacturies, and conpri-ing
Every Description in the Trade,
Which will be sold at a v ery sitall ad vance on Cost.
In addition to the ahove, I have on hand,
5,000 Pair Thick Shoes,
Slightly damaged by getting wet, and will be sold
W The Subscribe-r solleits a call from lisa S. uth
Carolina friends befoare purchasing els-where.
gW Tiams -Retail, CA 811. Wholesale, tina
with approved paper. N 1 sel.mid pri..- -.ked.
I ENRY DAL V,
Under L. S. hotel, Augusta, 'a.
Augusta, Ga., Oct 14 ' if 44)
NEW SPRING GOODS
BOOTS AND SHOES!
T IIOS. P. LA RUS., Augua-ta, Georia,as
I thi- day recvinad a large lot of $PtlNG
GOODiS, and wila ejtinu- to do so through the
suim.-r, coistiig in part of
Ladies' S.lk F xed CON GRESS CAITERS,
do do d'n do
do Glove Kid Congrtsa do
do Colored TIP I'r do
do Bl.;ack do do
do Fiate. Piai'adelj'haa Kid aand Muroeo SLIP
Misses' Fixed Kid-Top K(-SSUTIH BOOTS.
do Kid andl Morocco SLiPPERS and TIES.
Childreoa' SI 10ES. or every description,
Meats' Calf Opera PUMt P' BOOT.,
do Goats H EEiLED INYNCIBLES,
doa Patenut W. S. PUM PS and Oxford TIES,
do Gats 11. S. do
do Calf B S. das
do Kid Congress GAITERS,
do Caslf do do
Boys' do do do
Witht a variety too numerous to umontion. Call
and look, as I have attentive Clerks who will be
glad to show the Gooia.
Aungusta, Geo., A pril 5 tf 13
FREShl DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C
TH~}E Sub'scribers take pleasure in informing
A1 their friends and patrouns that they are NOW
RECEIflNG -a Large Addition to their al
ready extensive Stuck of PURE and~ FRESil
Drugs, .Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
We are pretpared anal will take pleasu:-e in fur
nishing Phlysiciaras with a COMPLETE OUT FIT
of Mesdici, es. luastrumsents, Shaop Furtniture, Medi
cat 'maddle Bags, s c., &c., &c.
T 0 TH E L AD I E S.
We ill also say to the La lies that our St.saek
comipri-es A LL articles for the TOILET, from the
Dressinag Comab and Brush to the richest Perfume
rv. Finec Soaps, 1'omnm~des, I lair Rhesto'rat~ves, De
p''ltot y, Cosm~etcs, Lubin's Geaniane Extracts, &c.
Als ', FL AVORiNG EXI R ACTS for tLulintay ptur
TO THE PLANTER
We say, your wanta have been attenaded to in our
present sele.cti m. F e-nd in yottr oraders. or conme
itn and -t its ptt yout tup a comt ,hete P'lant atioun
Case or Medicinaes, Inastrtuments, e , wit, tnil dll
ectionts fur use. ian all simple cases, anda thereby
save time, tmontey anad laeaith. A sianp'e cathaartic
or thec timely adlatipistration of an etne-ic, or ant
atodyrsi, does and will oftena break th~e chtain of
maot-lid action, thtereby prevetiing serious and pro
TO SUFFERiNG HUMANITY
We extenda the invitation to call ona us. We htave
all of the tmost r.-psutah!e nostrums reconmmenaded
tao cure almost all of the ills and aches to whsicha
flesh is heir to. If yau canntat find anythaing
aapated to your ease, wo will exert our skill in
preparinag sotmethinag for your relief.
LPresriptiotns filled with accuracy anad dis
patch at all hours, day or naight.
5gCall anid examine our Stock at thec Drug
Store under the Od~d Fellows' & Masonic Hall.
A. G. & T. 5. TEAGUJE.
Edgefleld, April 29 tf 16
Chlerry Boi1110e .ill( C0otlil
'THR usribe-r has just receivedl a fl~e supply
k.o SPRIOR CIilKRRY BOUNCIE AND
COR I)IAL, which is a most delightful drink, arid
an excellent, summer beverage. Call early and
g. t a dozen bottles or so, as it is going off' like
'hot cakes." WV. E. L kGG.
Jtuly 14 tf 27
Butler Lodge, No 17 I.O.0.F.
ST HE Regulartmeetings of this Lodge
will be hteld htereafter in their NEW
HALL, By aorder of the N. 0.
,July 27, tt . 30
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
BVIs W. F. IJURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
Wh~erear', SAItustPObKy, hath applied to me
for Lettoers of Aadminaistration, aan all andi singnular the
goods anid chattle., righlts iad crediits sof HIlden W.
Poey, late oaf the Distgr,ct af,'resaual, dleceased.
'rTese are, therefore, to nile anda admotnish all and
singular, the kinadredi andl crediutore of thesaisd deaeens
ed, to be and appear before me~at our next rdinaary's
Court for ite said District, to be holdlen ai Edgerfleld
C. 11., on the 6tha daty of Srtpetember next, to shaow
cause, if any, why the said adaministration asuld ma.t
Given, under my hand and seal, this 23rd 'lay of
Augutst in the year of our Lord "tie thouuaand eaghat
hunred and fifty-eighat, and ini thse B3d year of Ana ry
WY. F. DUIRISOE, 0. it. tI).
August 25, 2: 33
SUPERFINE NEW FLOUR.--Just
I received from Dr. E. Andlrews, a loail of hais
N EWY FLOUR, fresh grounad andl warranted of au-.
perior quality, and for sale for cash, by
E. PfNN, A getnt.
Aug4 __f 30
FINAL NOTJCE.-Al persona havin'g any
Ielaimnaagaainst thec Estate of Simeon Mhathis,
d.eeased. tare nos ified that theay mu,.t rende~r them
in by the ist October next. andi ithise indlalebte must
paay up by Return-day, or thte Adm,,iniszr.,t.-r wih be
ored to place said indebtedness in the hands of an
Attorney for collection. The Estate must be closed
y the tat Ontober.
8J&MPDON MATHIIS, A dm'or.
A. Ife en
IN DRY GOODS.
jAMES IEN EY, AUGUSTA. 0 \., be
ing desirous of making a change in his ln
siness, offera, from this date his entire Stock of
Dry Goods, for Cash !
Lower than any ever offered in this or any other
City in the South.
All persons desirous of laying out their money
to the best advantage, will do well to call aul see
his stock. They may bf sure of saving from 25
to 50 per cent , as lie is determined on selling off
tbe entire stock of his Goods by the first of October
If you want SILK, plain or figured,
Call at IIENEY'S.
If you want DAREGES, solid, col'd or printed,
Call at ILENEY'S.
If you want MUSLINS, white or co'ored,
Call at HENEY'S.
If you want EMBROIDERIES, for Ladies or Mis
ses, Call at HENEY'S.
If you want HOSIERY, GLOVES, RIBBONS,
BONNETS,'&c. Call at IIENEY'S.
If you want GINGIHAMS, SUEETING, SHIRT
INGS, &c. Call at IlENEI'S.
Or if you want any other article usually found
in a Dry Goods or Millinery Store, and want then
at prices for ensh, at which vou never expected
to see them, call at IlENEY'STOR E, nextabove
the Georia Railroad Bank.
All I ersons indebted to him are requested to
come and settle up.
Augusta, July 12 tf 27
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
(Opposite the Union Bank,)
A RE receiving daily, and are offering to thei
friends and custom-rs the largest and best
Stock this season they have ever ollered. Having
purchased-the entire Stock almost exclusively for
CASii, and paid unusual attention to the mann
facture of the Clothing, we are prepared to oifer
then at prices to defy competition. We have an
elegant line of
SCARiS, CRAVATS, STOCKS,
UNDEltb[ulRTS and DRA WER-z, every gradei
Linen Bosom ShIIR'l, from the well known
mianufactories of lorrison & Co., Golden lill
John M Davis & Co, and Fowler &Co.
A copinlete line of GLOVES, of every kind;
lIANDKERCIIIEFS, SOCKS, &c.
We have also a very large stock of SERVANT!
CLOTIIING, or every kind, which we would cal
especial attention to.
Merchants and others would do well to call be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta, April 21, ly 15
GRAY & TURLEY,
H AVRE just received froni New York, anothe
lot af those FINE UlilLE BklLLIANTS
at 11 e..nts per 3ard.
Als, sab.l., .J n-intah landi Caroline Wh't,
Ladics' Mars. il!es COLLARS and SElT3, boo.
white and Colored;
Birmi:gliam ai Metroplitim Extension 11001
Black Silk MITTS, both long and short, wit]
and wihi ut litingers ;
A n entirely new and handwome lot or R1BBONS
for Ladies' Ihmnnet.
Fifty piaece< fine )RISH[ LINEN, to be so'd b:
the pice wnly, at e.xtraordinary low p'ies;
1>AMASKS, DOYI.IE$, NAPKINS;
TO W El.8 er ih andl linen:
SilE ETING. att prices that urnnot fai~l to comr
mand a quick sale.
'1 hase in wiant or such Goods wsou'd do w liti
Augu ta, June 14 tI 23
Fine rianos, Books
r [1KE Subscriber n'reur retuiI:g thanks to thiel
.I friends in EDG EFiELD) and ndajoiningr Dii
triets, for their libe'ial paatr.magse during the lm.i
ten years, would inform thema that thi y still cont
tinue to ke.-p on land a laargea nis-ertmen~t of
from the ecelebrntel imnfnetairies or R AV EN IlA
CON & CO , lIAZELTON, ROS.. nni.l A. 11
GA LKE & (0 , New York. ir whom tl.oy nre sol
Age~nts. Theae hlurnments having already wal
suc'h trained celebrity, it is only necssary fearu
toe raepeat th::t far strengrth. durubiLity anal fini jl
togea.ther wilh p-neer, depih, noeetness: and soft
ness of Icone, they chllengd competition. Pecrsaon
want zag a superior
* PIApNO FORITE,
would do muchl better to call anda sel-et froim a lr
seurtnient, than b~y denling with Pedhars and Agent
of inferior maakeras, wh-i re they have no enic, ui
h.ive of-en to pay hiigh,-t priers for in'- er Jnstru
mnits, thana lie onies oft suaei--ri akers can hb
boughdt foer. Every PIANO FoRTE s..hld by us
warran-eal in ese:-y r. spee?, so the puiechaer rn
no risk whatever. Peerseans ardearing frome n daslaie
fromi us (nn depend upaon gettinig a GO0I) ARl
TIlCLh'E, as we make it a point teo kee~p goaods or th
be-~t u-i-iy anjd sneh as we can rcommieind ara,
warrianie in a'very rasgauet.
Thler stew-k or igIJSJV iaa veLry large :and the;
are raonatanatly receiving all new paiecees asi they nr
pubalishied. GUJITAR and VI1OblN SritiNGS c
the b.+t quality always on hand.
They would a's. call attentIon to theIr larg
School and Miscellaneous Books, Stationer:
ud oth. r arti-les.-A LSO
IAlwvays on hand the lairgest assortment in the Stat
or C'U ITA RS, VlOLINS, ACCORDEONS
III ES, FL AG EOL ETs, VIl.IN~ BOWS, &e
anad every airticle of ?lusical Mlerchiandise
Carhiart's and Needham's and Prince's evlebratei
AC'CORI)EONS and VIOLINS rppaired in th
but manner -
All aof the atbove articles sol at low prices f.
C'ash or City acceptances by
GREO. A. OA TES & BROTHER.
Broad Street, Agusta Ga., between UT. S., an
TIIE STATE OF SOUTH CARlOLINA
IN COMMON PLE AS.
JW. SMITH, who is in the custody of th.
. Sheriff of Edrefield Listriet, by virtue of
Writ of Capias ad Satisfacicndum, at the suit r
A bner Bushnell, having filed in niy Ofileeftogethei
with a Schedule on oath of his Estacte and efiets
his pietitioni to' the Court of Common Pleas, pras in1
that he miay be admitted to the benefit of the Actt
of the General Assembly, made fr the relief of in
salvent debtars : It is ordered, that the said A bne
ushnell aind nill other ereditors to whiom the aia
J WV. Smith is ini anywise indebted, be, anad they
are hereby summoned, aid lanre notiee toi appeai
herbre the said Court at Edgefield Court House, ot
Monday the fourth day of Octosber next, to shoe
ause if any the~y can, why the prayer of the pe
titioner aforesaid, should noat be grainted.
THIOS G. BACON, c.c.r'.
Clerk's Office. Juine 22, 1858e. 14t 25
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
TW HOMtAS D). CHAMBERLIN, whto is in thu
custody of the Sheiiff of EdLgefeld Diutriet,
by v:rtue of a Writ of Capias ad Saiisfacienduam,
at the suit of James M. U. Freehand, having filed
in mty Office, together with a schedule on oath ol
hi. Etatte and effects, his petition to the Court of
Comnmon Pleas, praying that he may be admitted to
the benefit or the Acts of the General Assembly,
made faor the relief of insolvent debtors. It is or
dred, th~at.the said Jhames M. C. Fireeland and all
oter creditors, to whom the said Thomas D. Cham
berlin, is in aniywise indebted, be, and they are
hereby summoned, and have nctice to appear be
fore the said Court at Edgefield Court House, on
Monday the fourth day of Octobir next, to show
ense, if any they cnn, why the prayer or the peti
tion aforemaid,.shaould not be granted.
THOS. G. BACON, eCP.
Clerk's Office, June 25, 1858 14t 25
N OTiCE is hereby given 'that application
will be made at the next SessIon of the Leg
islature to incorporate Harmony Methodist Epis
A-4 Sm.. 5n
A REAT desideratum in the way of LIGHT
RiEs accomplised. An illunminating Oil is
prepared from Coal, called KEROSENE OIL,
Brilliancy and Intensity of Light
Is unsurpassed by all other artificial lights. It is
nnt explorsive-will extinatisl fire if poured on it
-and last. though not leaist, it is very little more
expensive than sunshine. A small Lamp, giving
the Light of six Candles, will not cost excee ing
half a cent an hour, which can he graduated so as
to gve less light at a murb less expense.
We have thme exc'usive Agency for the KERO
SENE OIL and LAMPS in this place, and will
sell them at Clharleston prices and ternis, which
are exclusively for Cash.
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE.
April 28 tf 16
FOR TIE RAPID CURE OF
Colds, Conghs, and
BmisutD, MAss., 20th Dec., 1855.
DR. J. C. Arta: I do not hesitate tosay
the best remedy I have ever found for
Coughs. loarseness, Infuenza. and the
comm tmitnt symptomsnuf a Cold, isyonr
Cusmir PXCTrL. Its constant uso in
say poractice snit my family for the last
ten years has shown it to isseiss asanpl
rior virtues for the treatment of theic:
Complaints. EDE N KNIGiT, 3. D.
A.B. IORTLEY, EsQ.,Of UTICA, N. Y., writeo: "I have
used your 1'edoral myself and'in my family ever since
you inventd it. and lelieve it tihe betst inrlicina for Its
pturpose ever put out. With a bad cold I shonuld sooner
pay tweunty.tlve dollars for a bottle than do without it, or
take any otier remedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza.
SPialoricu,, Miss.. Feb. 7, Is56.
DoTuMs Aria: I will cheerfully certify your J1'foral
L- the best remedy we ixassess for thie cure of wlhooping
cough, croul,. andt time chest diseases of clildren. 1%e of
your fraternity in the South appreciate your skill, and
commend your mediclne to our people.
IIl1tAM CONKLIN, M. D.
AMOS LEE, EsQ., Mosenar, IA., writes,3d Jan., 1856:
"I had a tedious Influenza. which confined me in doors
six weeks; took many medicines without relief; finally
tried your Aodaral by the advice of our clergyman. The
rirst ,lose relieved time soreness fin my throt and lungs ;
less than ou half the bottle madm me completely well.
Your mediclies are time cheapest as woll as the best wn
cau buy, anil wan esteem you, Doctor, and your remedies,
es the poor man's friend."
Asthmta or Phthisie, and Bronchitis. ,
Waa? MANcNtTZ1, PA., Feb. 4, 1856.
SIR: Your Cherry Jtlonal is performing nmarvellous
cures in this section. It lims relieved several front alarm
Ing symptoms of consumption. and is now curing a man
who has labored nu'der an affection of tie lungs for the
last forty years. HENItY L. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, M. D., Am.umox, MosIn Co., IOWA,
writes, Sept. 6,1855: "1 During my practice of many years
I have found noting equal to ycour Cherry ectorMl for
giving ease and relief to consumptive patients, or curing
such as are curable."
We might add volumes of evidence, but the most con
vIncing proof of the virtues of this remedy Is found in Its
effects upon trial.
Probably no one remedy lIas ever been known which
cured so many and such dangerous cases as this. Some
no human aid can roach; but even to those the Cemry
Actoral affords relief and comfort.
AsToR IIous:, New Yoax CiTr, March 5, 1856.
DocyrO Arya. Low.: I feel It a duty and a pleastre
to inform yon what your Cherry lictoral has done for my
wife. She had been five months lasboring under the dan
gerous symptoms of Consumption. from which no aid we
could procure gave her much relief. She was steadily fall
im. until Dr. Strong. of this city, where we have come for
advice, recommended a trial of your medicine. We bless
his kindneei, as we do your skill; fur sine has recovered
tom that day. Sine is not yet as strong as she used to
be, but is free from her cough, and calls herself well.
Yours with gratitude and regard,
ORLANDO SIELBY, op Sainvlz.
Cbsumptires, do not despair till you have tried Ayra's
a CaZaaer PcroaaL. It is made by one of tIe best medical
chemists in the worlal.and its cures mill around us bespeak
the high merits of its virtues. - Philacielphia Ledger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
Tl!E sciences of Chemistry and Medicine have been
taxed their utmost to produce this beat, meet perfect
purgative wideh is known to man. Innumerable proofs
are shown that theso PI.L.S have virtues which surps In
excellenice the ordinary medicines, and that they win un
parecdentedly upon the esteem of all men. They aresafe
amid pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. 'Their penue
trating proportleastimtulato the vital actlritiesof the body,
remnove time obstructtons of Its, organms, purify tine blood,
ad expel disease. They purge out the foulhunmors which
brred and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disor
deredorgans into their natural action, anal inmparthealthy
Itone with strength to the whmole system. Not only do
they cure time every-day coumplalite of every body, but
also fornmldable and dangeroos diseases that have baffled
time best of humnan skill. WhIle they produce powerid
rellects, they are at the same to, 1mn dimhmdshedl doties, thme
safest and best physic that can be onnployed for children,
Ileing sugar-comted, lthey are pleasant to tako; and being
purely vgotable, are free from ay iak of harm. Cures
hare bee! made whmich surpass belief were they not sub
stamtiamted by omen of such exalted isosition anid character
as to forl,ld thme sutplaicioni of ntruth. Minny enmiuent
jclergynen tand physicians have lenmt their nanmee to certify
to the ;tmblic the reliability of my remedies, whmile others
L',ave senit mime the assurance of their convlctioni that omy
P'repanmtous contribute iunmueusely to thme relief of miy
,afficted, sufferinig fellow-nmemn.
The Agent below naimed is yleased to furnish gratis my
Anmerican Almamnne, containing directions for theoir use amid
certitentei of their cures, of theo following complaints:
5 Costireness,. Bilious Conmplants, Rhaeuniatismt, Dropsy,
Hlearthumrn, leadnmelme arisinig f'om ai foul stomach, Nau
semi, Immligaestion, Mourbid Inactioni of thne Ilowels and Pain
arsinmg thaerefreman, Flaetmlency, i.naas of A ppetite, all Ulcer.
omnt anid Cutaneous Disaes wlmich require an evacuaint
nmieicmn. Ecrofmila or Kitng's Evil. They also, by purify
liing time blooad aim stinmulatinmg the system, cure nty
cout ,laints whmichi it would nt be supaposed they could
reatcha, suambmm lieafiee, Pamrtial Blindness, Neuralgia mand
Nervona Irritalility, Deramngetmnts of the Liver and Kid
ne uys, Gout, miui othmer kinmired commplints arising from a
low static of time body or obstructioni of its functionis.
Do nmot be put otf by unp~lrincipled dealers with some
tother ldll they makhe :nore profit on. Ask for Area's
PuLL.s, natnd take nothing else. No other they can give
Syou conmpares wlthm thIs in its Intrinsic vaelue or curative
pop-ers. The slIck want the best aid thecre !s for them,
qptd they shtould have it.
Thrpare4 by Dr. JT, Q. A~lii
N'aetical a~d Aalytical Chemist,, Loweigass,
palesZ Si Crs. Paa Bonx. Fir: poggs ros $1,
t0. L. PENN mind its. A. I. & T. J. TEAGUE
Ealgeileid C. 11.; A4. J. PEL LETIER & CO., lmitin
burg, anda by all adenlrs imi medlicinme. Whmlsmle a
r IAVILAND, CIIICIIESTER A- CO., A:guStma, tin
Junei 2 ly 21
THlE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
TY W. F.,UIRISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
4felJ Di strict.
Whmeremis, A. Sikinas, C.E.E.hl. hnath applietd to me fmol
Leulers of Adlministration, on ali and sinigumar :he
giods and ohnatties, rigihts amid credits of Joh~n tamndaui
lain of time District afutreaid uiec'd.
Thes~e are, therefoire, to cite anid admonisha all ant.
singular, ihe kindred and creditri of the said adaceas
sed, to be and appear hefotre me, at our Inext OJrdlinary'
Court for time said istmrict, to be hmolden ait Edgefield
Court House, on ilhe 1 ish day of September neica, te
show cause, if any, why tihe said administration shmouldi
not be gratetd.
Given under my hantd and seal, tisi 2nd day of
Augmt-t, in time year of our Lord ne thnousaind eighit
hundred and fifty-eight anmd ina time eightiy-mihird yeaem
of American Independence.
W. F. DUJRISOE, O.K n.
Aug. 4, 1858 6t 30)
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
BY yW. F. DURISOE, Emsquire, Ordinary of Edge.
Whmereias, A. Simnkinsr, c.E E.D. haib applied to
me for letters of Adnmimnisratiosn, on all anti singular
the goods and chattles. rightsm and credits of Jeqse
B eriee, iate of the District aforesatid, deceased.
rThese are, thmerefore, to cite and admoraish all andi
singuar, time kindired and creditomrs of the saidl de
ceamed, to be and appear before me, at oaur next Ordli
nary's Conurt for mime said District, to be holdten at
Edgfielid Court House, on time I lila day of September
next, 10oashow cause, if any, Iwhly time said tiadmiiteta
ion ushould not hie granted.
Given undaer amy hand and seal, thmis 2nd dlay of
Augut-i, in time year of our Lord one thioum:vd eight
hundred anmd fifty eiht, ind ini time eightiy-thmird year
of Anmerican 'mndependence.
W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
August 4, 1858 61 0
Sam will have it Pure,
I HAVE this day received two Barrels of pure
RYE WhiSKEY, anti five Barrels of pure
CORN WHISKEY, very old and pure-sipped
by Mr. Cenn, direct from North Carolina. Somme
of time most eminent Physicians of Augusta pur
chase it for their use. For sale by
89. E. BOWERS, Agt.
N. B.-On hand 25 Bbls. Key Stone Montouga
Hamburg, Marl1 tf 8
XECUTOR'S NOTICE.-Tose personms
indebted to thme Estate of A braham Kiicrease,
le'., are htereby notified thmat they must pay time
ame by or before thme15th September next, rthecr
wise ihey will have to settle with my3 A ttorney.
Those having demands against said Estate will
render them in, properly attested, without delay.
J. A. TALBEiLT, Ex'or.
J,,1y' Sim 92
'T IE Subscribers return their thanks to their
kind patrons for the liberal support they
have received, and respectfully solicit a continu
ance of that generous patronage.
They state with confidence now that they are
WELL PREPARED to carry on the
Coath M~aking and Repairing Business
In its various branches. Their work shall 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 fine assortment of
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKAWAYS, &C.
Of the our own manufacture-beautiful to behold
and of much value to the lucky purchaser.
We will also keep constantly in our Establish
ment a full Stock of Northern BUGGIES and
CARRIAGES, of huperior manufacture.
0- All sorts of REPAIRING done in the best
mnannier. nnd with the greatest dispatch.
LgeCall and examine our SLock. Our prices
have been put down to correspond with the hard
tinaes. SMITH & JONES.
Dec 23 tf 50
rTIE Subscriber laving p'rchased the premises
Liformerly occupied by Mr. H. A. GRAY, as a
Watch repairing shop. Is now prepared to do all
kinds of work in coinnectit n with
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and
Having secured the services of a FIRST CLASS
WATCH MAKER, and being a practical Clock
Maker himself, lie hopes to give entire satisfaction.
All work done at his shop is warranted, and if
it fails to give satisfaction, the money will be re
All persons leaving work with him may depend
upon getting it at the time protuised.
P. S.-A Regulator, that will keep exact tine,
will be kept running in the shop. Persons desi
rious of obtaining the true time can be accomoda
ted at any hour in the day. -
F. H. CANDEE.
April 6 1858 tf 13
THE LIVER INVIGARATOR.
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.
IS a great selentific medical discovery and Is daily working
eure, almost too great to believe. it cures as if by mag
ie, even the tirst duse giving benefit. and seldom more than
one tottle is required to cure sny kind of Liver Complaint,
freanam thie worst .Iniumicemor l)sppala to a common head
ache, all or whieh are tie result of a ilsaaaesei Liver.
Tie Liver is one or the prineijlmi regulators of time
launan binly, anl wheit it lImrfrins its functions well
tima powers of the sytern are fully developed. The
stoimelt is atnaaast entirely dellendeiit on the heaily
aclion of tle Liver for the r prler paerfornatnce of its
functilas. Wlen the stonm itch is tit fault; the bowels
are at rauit, and the wtole systaent A u ile r s in coanse
qec fqe rgnn-lhe Live-r- having cesed its
3l its duty. Forthe alisens es of that organ, tile of tiw
prisriero ias nnade it Iis itily, in a practice of
niore than twenty years, t)Ofinalsonerenedy where
w i Iih to counteract t1Ie minamy derangemnents I o
whikh it is liable.
To prove that this re medy is at Insl rounal, any
person troubled with Liv e r Cornpaint i n a i y
of Its firns, has but to try a $ bottle, and conviction 6s
, conaponndl has been forined by dissolving gums
anal extracting that ,aIrt which is aolutle foir the aC
tive virties of the mI en eine. Tiepte guins remove
all mnorbial or laaI natter fromi the system, sulsply
ing ini thir pince a lienithay M hlow of bile. invigartiimg
the stoaniaich, causing fosod to digest well, purifying
the bt10oal. giving tone~ amil healilh to the vitole ninehi
nery, removinig time causers or tihe disenise, nal eff-et
lng a rolleiani cure u ittsautt T ma n of the alisag.reenilik
anter effects, felt ly ushimgr Calomel or Mineral P,>
son that is usually resor H:matcd to.
One milo after entling is sufilient to relieve tla e
stomtachi, andljprevenst the food froun rising and sour
Only one dose takens before retiring, prevents
Only one dose taken at p-~night loosens the bowels
gentl.y, anal eanes costive ness.
Onem .t weetake'naafter each '"nimeal will eniro Dyspepasia.
EM'Onaie l' two ten Ep~oonsafu wil aliways re
lieve slek Hlendnehe.
One bottie taken fmor fe mnle obstruction, reninves
the cause of thme atisensa, noeaml annkesa jerf~ctecure.
Only one lslaw imaiineall ntely relives Chlie, while
Onaealose. anean repenteia is a sure cure feamr Chna
era .asrrbus, alm a lare y~- ventative of Chaolern.
One almse, taken aftena. aawill parevehnt thec recurrence
aif Ilillous Attacks, while '-J releves ali paainful feel
SOnly .o bottle is neededl to thmrw outof thme
system thme effects mar mr.edi e~ ine nnter a long sicknes.
lina imiatle tiaken for J.nandlice, rein oves all
iyellowness o r unniatuirat color from the skina.
:One. lase t:mkean a shaort liamne beafaare catinag gives vigor to
-thet appectite, nnael inaikes foaal.a lirest well.
(Oae aic l eame raeeteal, eure -Chronime Dlarrhmoan in las
worst torms, whaile suaaanmer sinai bawel coamplaints yield ai
manast tom thme first alase.
Onec or Iwo alaaass cures atineks enuseal by woans, whaile far
woarms inm elalire:n, theare is I::, sharer, safer or speemlier rent
elv lam hlit wuorld. na it nevier falls.
ilere Is ao exuamrtorsi ian thmese stateci~nentst they ara
p'n:in. ,aober haneta. ihat we' east give- e'ialaece to proiVa-. whaile
salwh tise it nre givlig thmeir unmaiiuaous testmaony lin its
We take iaalinite~ lasaasre i re.caaanimenalng tIll meeallie
as a prevenmtive' far Fever anmal .tgaie, Chaili Fever, ami all
Feve'rs of' a lRilauas typec. It opearates withm ceraiiiay. anal
thouisanilanre illinig to testify to its waailerfil i irtue's.
.tamalng time hualmareail of LIver lleneales now aaifera'ml tao
thme pubillie. thrre~ ae nonme we' enn so haighly recainanenanl as
DR. 8.tNFtORl)S lNV0t(;tt:Tas:, so gaenm-raliy knaownm
aow thmrouighmaut it Uiian. 'This preplarationi is truly am
Jiver lnvigaramtmr, paraaucing time taast hmalapy re.sults oin all
wham uase it. Aiano,.i immaauerabale erutifentei haave baeenm sir
eni tam te agreat virtume ofi hi. aneealicinea lay th'se~ mini thes high
esa st~anlinag in socuiety, uanal we kanow it lt m' time biest parelan
ration now beaaf.ara, llhe plamie.-Ilde~sn c0a,aity Iuwrrt.
PiiE ONE~ D)LLA.R PElt BOTTL.E.
SAtNFOR I) & CO.,
Promprietoars, tl45 Braantwny. New York,
gW-Faar salm- at Emigettetal C. Ht. by GI. L. P'ENN, Aagenm.
NOTICE TO THE AFFLICTED.
IN Justice to the sullbring hnimanity through
ID eases arisinig from disorders of the Organs
of' Generation, I deem it necessary to relieve and
cutre such suhL'rers.
PROF. F. DEVOUT'S
Esteemed Frensch Specific Cordial,
is the mo10t reliable anad effecctual remedy for ob
taining a perft.et cure in thme shoinrtest time that has
c' or been known. ino matter whether thme Case is of
20 years, or only 3 days standing.
The CORDIA L is agreeable to the stomach and
will, if faollowed according to dirctions, and the
instrumnents properly u:.ed, neve'r fall to efi'ect a
curejierimanemt. As aIt is rather a dlelicate subaject
to bring thus btafore the public, I dleem it inexpec
dient to insert any of thme many References. A
trial of the Meadicine will speak for itself.
All priv'ate communicationis will be promptly at
tenidogl tma. free gratis.
Price $-3 for all necessaries, forwarded free of
chmarge to- any part of Georgia, South Carolina or
Of All orders must bie addaressed to F. .
Delkera at V. La Taste's New Wholesale andi Re
tail Drug or seedl Store, Auausta, Ga., Wholeale
Depot for F. J. Delker's Celebrated Be-d'Bug De
stroyer andl Phtiladelphia Bahn.
Augusta, Junie 30 1858 3m 25
State of South Car'olinsa,
Richard Berry, Applicant,
Edlney Maoseley, a'Pet, for Par.
John Delaughter and wife and I
others, defentdants. J
I T appearing to my satisfaction that Jothn Do
Inzughmter and his wife Julin, Defendansts In the
above stated case, reside withmont the limits of
this State, It is therefore orderoad and decreed that
they do appear anid object to the division or sale
of the Real E-tate of Jane Berry, dec'd., on or
befre he 1stOctober nekt, or their consent to
the same will be entered of record.
the 1st W. F. DURIS0 E, o.a D.
Ordinary's Ofice, Aug 2, 1858. 3m 30
*NOIE-A.li persons having claims ngains
teEttofJames S. Coleman, dee'd., are
hereby notihied to rendler them in by the 1st Masrch
1859-otherwise their notes or accounts will poE
tively he debarred. And those indebted to said
Estate must pay up by the 10th February next, or
they will most assuredly lbe c-ompelled to pay costs.
BENNET PERR Y, Adm'mir.
June 9 9m'" 22
ICE ! ICE !--Always on band a supply of.
ICE, which will be sold at 6 Cents per pound
Cash..E. T. DAVIS, Agt.
May 19 tf 10
XECUTORS NOTICE-All persons
J~havinsg claims againsut the Erstate or Avory
land, deceased, are hereby notified to present
h emn, properly attested,inimediately.
J. S. SMYLY,)
J. A. BLAND, -Ex'ora.
CAROL INA- HTE'L.
T HE Proprietor of this well known andpopu
U lar HOTEL takes peculiar p'easure In au
nounCing to his friends and the travelling public
generally, that this House is open for thereception
,if company, and that his whole ejergies will.be.
put into requisition to gratily 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 cen
dition for the Spring and ummer season.
My Table will be furnished with the best that
can bo had, and presided over by one skilled in
the culinary department-and in short, everything
requisite to gratify the taste of the epicurean will
be supplied in abundance. The servants of the
CAROLINA HOTEL are noted for theirpolite and
attentive character, and are ever In attendanee to
obey the wishes of my Guests.
New STABLES have recently been built, which
are commodious and complete, and Horses left in
my care will receive kind and careful treatment.
Thankful for past encouragement and patron
age, I respectfully solicita continuance of the same.
JOHN A. MAYS.
-ar The travelling community are notified that
they and their baggage will be conveyed, at a mo
ment's warning, without charge, to the Carolina or
Georgia Depots. J. A. M.
Hamburg, May 3 185q tf 10
CHEAP FAMILY GROCERIES!
T 11E Subscriber is now receiving and openin,
a VERY CHOICE STOCK of well seeea
G R O C E R I E S,
To which he begs leave to invite the attention of
Planters in want of Chteice Supplies.- le may be
found in the Block of Buildings formerly occupied
by G RORGE ROBINSON as a Hardware Siore.
My course will be to adopt the old motto,
"A nimble Penny Is better than a
My Stock will consist in part of the following sr
St. Croix SUGAR;
New Orleans, old proces, SUGAR;
" new " do.
Stuart's A. 13. and C. Soft do.
" (A) Crushed do.
". Powdered do.
Sugar House SYRUP;
New Orleans do.
Old Government Java COFFEE;
Rio do. superior;
Engish Dairy and Coshen CHIEiKE;
Choice Old BRANDY and flolland GIN;
Jamaica and New Enalani RUM ;
John Gibson's XX and XXX;
jleetified and Tennesee W HISKEY
CONFECTIONA RIES and PICKLhS;
M ACKEREL, SALMON and SARDINES;
Superfine FLOUR, &o., &e.
A Fresh supply of ORANGES and APPLES;
Together with many other articles too tedlone'to
mention. TRIOS. ERIL NAGUAN.
P. S.-Also a fresh supply of No. 1 and 2
MACKEREL In Kitts, j and j Bblo;
Buckwheat FLOUR, No. 1;
Fine Spanish SEGARS;
MACCARONI; CITRON; andCRACKERS;
25 Bbs. Fresh Thomaton LIME ;
Hamburg, Jan. 19 ly 2
House, Sign & Ornamental Painting!
I t19 Subscriberslike pleasure in announcing to
T the citizens of Edge-field District, that they
are now prel ed to do all work entrusted to them
in the line o .
HOUSE AND ORNAXMENTAL PAINTING,
Tu a'l who may be plesed to faveor us with their
patronage, we promise to give entire satisfaction.
All work entrusted to us shall be executed with
despatch and in a workmanlike manner..
Our termis will be reasonable. For further par
ticuhars call on us at Edgelleld C. HI.
57? R EnaRIENCE-Capt. .JAs 13. GElFIN and Gen.
W. C. MoRAoWE., of tlia District.
RICH & PAUL.
,July 21 1858 3m 28
NEW GOODS FOR '1858!I
SPRING AND SUMMER SUPPLIES.
IAMl now receiving my Spring supplies of -Dry
GodGoceries, &c., &c., which, in point, of .
quality and cheapness, willecompare favorably with
the Goods off'ered by the merchants of Hamburg
My stock of Dry Goods consists of almost every
Ladles' Dress fl00d8,
Of the miost fashionable styles and of all qualities.
Also, a fino assortment of seasonable Goods for
Gentlenten and Youth's WVear.
Also, a large variety of.
BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &C,i
In the GROCERY line I am prepared to offer
such iniducemnents as must, please my customers.
My stock consists of an assortment of
Sugar, Coffee, Ten, Molasses, &c.
Also, always on hand TOBA CCO, SEGA RS,
SNUFF, W IN ES, BR ANDiES, P U RE
M EDICINES, &c.
L Come and look at my Stock.
J. L. M ARMON.
Winter Seat, Mar 22 tf 11 .
1 about the 1st A pril last, his likely Mulatto
boy RtCltOND, about 21 years old, and about
5 feet 'i or 8 inches high. is color is tolerable
bright and( Ihis hlair pretty straight, and wore
whten lhe le.ft a maoustachec. H~e is Intelligent and
tole-rably quick spoken. He has been raised In
the house, and is a valuable dining-room servant
andl eood ostler.
It is supposed he Is lurking about some of the
neighboring cities,-either Hamburg, Augusta,
Charleston or Columbia. The above rewvard ill
be paid for his apprehension' and delivery in any
jail so that I may get him. And any information
concerning him will be thankfully received.
T. N. LUNDY.
June 23 tf 24
9WTe Augusta Constitutioralist and Charles
ton Mercury will please copy weekly for one
month and forward bills to T. N. L., Edgefield C.
H., S. C.
Marble at Newberry, S. C.
I KEEP constantly on hand, at my Marble Yard,
..Newberry, S. C., MARBLE and GR ANITE
TOMBS, TOMB TABLETS, MONUMENTS,
Renad Stones, &c.,
In endless styles and of every variety.
LETTERING done neatly and correctly at three
cents per letter.
All orders shall have prompt attention. I sell
as cheap as the cheapest.
ITFor further particulars, call on Col. Chris
tic, at Edgefield C. H., S. C.
JOHN R. LE AVELL.
Newvberry, May 24 8m* 20
Bacon' and Lard.
J UST received a large supply of~ BACON SIDES,
SHlOULDERS and lIA NlS, of superior quall-.
ty, which is ofeired for sale at-V ERY LOW FIG
URES. Please cnll and examine this flue Bacon
blufore purchasing elsewhe-re.
Also, '000 Lbs. LE AP LARD, in JTars.
G. L. PENN, Agt.
JTune 9 tf 22
TIHE Subscriber having purchased that excel
..lent and well-fitted out Brick Yard, long
known ias the Simkins' Yard, has .just made and
thoroughly burnt 10,00 CHOICE BRICKS,
which will be sold on reasonable terms. A con
siderab~le discount allowed for the Cash.
H1. D). CROOKER.
April 21 1858 tf 15 -
N OTICE I-All persons indebted to the Es
tate of George MeD. Rearden are requ.ested
to make immediate settlement ; and those having
semands against the Estate will please present
them forthwith, properly attested.
E. P. HI. KIRKSEY, Ad'or.
OTECE is hereby given, that application
will be inade to the Le-gislature at its next me.- -
'ion, for a release of al the rig~ht and Interest ef.
he State in the Esekoited-a Property of Charles:
afeGregor, deceased, to Jane. S. H~meesn
July 20 1858 3. ' 28~