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FALL DRY GOODS!
GRAY & TURLEY,
UNDER THE UNITED STATES HOTEL,
* A ND
NO. 115 CONGRESS STREET,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND THE.P$BLIC, THAT THEY
ARE NOW RECEIVING
ONE OF THE
LARGEST, RICHEST AND CHEAPEST
FALL AND WINTER STOCKS
Which they have ever brought to Augusta,
PURCHASED EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH,
IN NEW YORK, BOSTON, AND PHILADELPHIA, AND PRINCIPALLY
BEFORE AND SINCE THE GREAT RUSH OF
WERE IN MARKEr, AT SUCH
CREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
As will warrant us in assuring our Friends and Patrons that we can save them at least
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS VISITING OUR CITY FOR RENEWAL OF
SUPPLIES, WHO MAY HAVE BEEN NORTH THIS SUMMER,
WE WOULD SIMPLY SAY THAT WE
WIL-L DUPLICATE ANY BILLS
Bought Regularly in New York City,
AT THE SAME PRICES,
- SAVING THEM THE AMOU~NT OF TRANSPORTATION AND EXPENSE
'OF GOING AFT'ER THEM.
TEAT EEPS N EINlElPURHASE
ALL DAYS IN THE YEAR, FOR THlE SOLE PURPOSE OF ATTENDING TO
THE BUYING OF SUPPLIES; THAT WE RECEIVE OUR GOODS
REGULARLY BY EVERY STEAMER, OF THE VERY
LATEST MODES AND FASHIONS,
AND YOU WILL READILY PERCEIVE THlE ADVANTAGE OF DEALING
IN SUCH AN ESTABLISHMENT.
AONG OUR ASSORTYKENT WILL DE FOUND
OF THE SEASON, IN
Fine French MERINOS, in Plain and Printed, from 25 to 40 per cent, less than they
rin e rSI de AINS from 12 to 25 ents.
Fine Cot CLOAS, flr $450 to $7; worth fron to 2;
Heav'y large size Negro BLANKETS, from 60 cents to *1;
KERSEYS, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST EVER
BROUGHT TO AUtUSTA.
DOMESTIC GOODS of ever description, warranted 10 per cent. cheaper than they
EMBROIDERIES, HIOSIERY, GLOVES, and Sniall Wares, in great quantities, ex
Frenh Eh and Anmeria PINT, GINGHAMS CaEOKS HOrESUNS
And in fact air articles usually kept in the
D~RY ~GB-DS H1OUSE,
To which we respectfully invite the attention of the Public.
PLEASE TO RECOLLECT OUR LOCATION.
f lytAfi ih ~ 91it f)3t,L
* ** AUGUSTA, GA.,
GRAY & TURLEY,
Next above Henry Daly~s Shoe Store.
- Goods delivered in Hamburg, if desired by
o.:r Carolina patrons, free of charge.
Augusta, 8ept 25, *2m ..384
I .M .NEWBY & C.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
C L 0 T Hi J
Under the U. S. Hotel,
JOSEPH ff. NEWBY & CO., Au
gusta, Ga., at their old and well known stand
under the United States lotel, are now receiving
the LARGEST and BEST SELEfCTED Stock of
They have ever kept, for Men and Boy's wear,
from their own Manufactury, 139 Fulton Street,
THEY GET UP THE VERY BEST STYLES
And, in addition to this, they have made arrange
ments with the famous House of D. Devlin & Co,
to receive weekly their
Newest Broadway Styles!
Besides Clothing, we keep the best make and fit of
MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
Socks, Gloves, Suspenders, Neck Ties,
&c., &c., &c.
In the Manufacturing Department., can always
be found the best and most fashionable
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings
07 Thankful for the liberal patronare for years
past, we ask our old Edgefield friends, and all
strangers visiting the City, to call on us and ex
amine our stock.
Augusta, Sept 12 tf 36
L. C. DEMING,
BARGAINS FOR THE MONEY!
I IIAVE now in Store my entire Stock of STA
PLE and FANCY DRY GOODS. wh'ch
shall be sold at Lowest Ponmible Prices.
IN DRESS GOODS, I have
Dcuble Imp. ROBES;
Jupon's and Arnold's HAMMERED STEEL
SPRINGS. No other Skirts can equal the above.
Also, on hand the ordinary IiKIRTS.
IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY.
GEO. SCI[LEY'S NEGRd GOODS,
Warranted all Wool filing.
Kerseys, Osnaburgs, Homespuns, &c.
at the Manufacturer's prices. -
White Mackinaw Blankets,
So favorably known, and if which I sold aond al
ways give ittisfitetion.
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet Cloaks',
A beautiful and complete assortment.
In every style, quality and price.
uiosiERY, &c., &c.,
Embracing every article usually kept in a DRY
GOODS STOR E, all of which shall be
SO8LO AT THE LOWEST PRICES,
3.r An examination of my Stock is respectfully
L. C. DElYING,
CORNER, UNDER GLOBE HOTEL.
Augusta, Ga., Sept 13 tf 3
JACOB'S CORDIAL !
THIE GREAT SOUTHIERN R EMEDY
B OW EL D I SE A SES,
CHOLERA, CHOLERA MORBUS, DYSENTERY, DIARRHcEA,
BILIOUS COLIC, COLIC INFANTUM,
dirbly adapteid to nitan Diseases of Fr
males, mnost especially'ikstruation.
lIH~E VIRTUES OF JACOB'S CORDIAL are too
well known to require encomniums.
1. 1?TCcraSs TxE wontST c'AsaLs or Dz.utama. .
24. 17 eit- ll?.Tn WONST reat~U' or DY~aMNvreY
d. IT cLe xxa CALronIsIA 0?n Mxt'.IAN I)1:Aautia.
4t. IT sext.KEvIEs TUlE 8ev EftIT Couc.
ih. IT crufta CIutA Moits.
3th. IT cruBIS CIrOLIixA ISrANTUII.
7th. iT ..eLtas l'A:ZrcU. MEX5TMUATloN~.
Sh. IT xxt:.:fvlit PA3s IX BACx A'io Lozss.
9th. IT 4'ot'NTTenAC'TS NanvoLcaesa AXE, L)xaroNOP4cv.
tth. IT nisTonIt. taEG LI.1TLEs.
11th. IT mnr~."a ou.oouv AXn nvtsarcAz. F?.KLxA.ts
12th. IT's .txi AbML'I.st-t ToNsi.
A few short Extracts from Letters, Testimonials, &c.
"j have uisedt Jacobfs Cordial In my family, and have fuimnd
It a most eflieleut, andi In my jrdgpunt. vattiatj rcnatedy.
Judge or Supreme Court, Geora."
" It gives me pleasure In boing able to ree.,mmend.Iacob's
Corial; my own personial experliee, sad the experience
o my neIghbors and frienids around me, Is a sullIelent guar
ante for tm to believe It to be uti that it piurports to be, iz-.
A svEEIGNEr.r.D. 3M. II. UNDE RWOOD
Formerly Judge of Superkisr Court, Cherokee Circuit."
"I take great pleasure in recommnending this. Invahinble
medicne to all afilieted wIth bowel disenss., r which I be
lIeve It to be a soveretign remnedy-decidledly superior to any
thing else ever tried by ame. A.. UL N,
Deputy 0. M. of the Grarni Lodgte of Georgia."
" have usea Jacob'. CordIal in my family, nnad thi, wIth
al I hear about It as a remedy by those who have tried It,
Induces me to belIeve Itat il standisat the head of every pre
paratIon of the kind, and I would recomme~nd Is use in the
diseases for whIch i i compounded.E .DBNS
(Caltier of the Bank or ihe State of GeorgIa, Griftlu."
" If there Is any credibility In human lestliony, Jneob's~
Cordial munat stand preemInent above all other prepiarationls
for the cure of Bowel Di)seaaes. Front the atuain of testimony
In its favor comng In from all.qul~artern,, It mnust be very fsr
In advance, as a curative agent, of most if not all other
'~atetlreparations. A. FLEMING,
Cashfer .Marinte and Fire Insurance Bank, Grifiln."
" Ti efici.nL remedy Is travellinig into, celebrity a fast a
Bonaarte pushe his column$ Into Rtussia, and gainIng
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVEItYWHEE.
_Sept. 22, 1859 ly 87
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT.
BY W. F. DUIRI80E\Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
Wheres, TomasAdkin, hath. applied to me for
Letters of Administration, onaladsingular the
od. and ebattlet', rights and credits of Henry C.
T 1urner, late of the District aforesaid dec'd.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said decea.'
ed, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
Court House, on the s day of October next, to
show cause, if any, why the said administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 14th day of
Septeber. in the year of our Lord one thtoand eight
hundred and fifty-eight and iu thte eighty-thlrd year
of American Independence.
W. F. DURISOE, O.a D.
Sept. 22, 1858 2t 37
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
B Y W. F. D)URISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
Whereas, Jacob Timmerman, hiath appliced to me
for I..tters of Administration, on all and singular thei
goods and chattles, rights end credits of John Tim
mnerman, late of thu District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admnish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deces.
d, to he and appear before me, at our next Ordlitary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Ei fieldJ
C. H., on the 1st day of October next, to shuw
cause, if any, why the said administration should ntu
Given under my hand and seal, this 17tha day el
Sept. in the year of our Lord one thousand elvhi
hundred and fihy-eight, and in the 83d year ol Anrs.
ean Independence. W .DRSE0 .D
Sept 22 2t 37
. CE I ICE I--Aways on hand a supply o0
.ICE, which wIll be sold at, 5 Cents per pound
Cash. E. T. DAVIS, Agt,
M.ay19 . tf1
BROOM & NORRELL
A RE now purchasing one of the lariest an
most elegant stocks of FALL-aud WINTE]
IMY (@a a
That will be brought to this market this seasor
which will be bought under circumstances that wil
guarantee the purchase upon the VERY BEST c
TERMS, and will therefore enable us to sell thet
Unprecedentedly Low Prices,
that they cannot be undersold, and will
DEFY ALL COYIPETITON,
QUALITY, STYLE AND PRICE
And as our Rule of Business is
AND NO DEVIATION,
No one will pay over market price, as the ruk
forces the seller to ask the lowest narket pIrice
and protects the buyer. Therefore,
If you wish Goods at low prices, -.
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S,
If you like fair and open dealing,
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S
If you dislike a dozen prices for the same article,
and prefer " one price."
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S,
If you don't like to be " baited" on one article,
and pay doubly on another,
Go to BROOM&NORRELL'S.
In fact, if you wish to buy'ebeap Goods; get gou'd
value foryour money, and trade where you will
like to deal, and be pleased tosend your friends,
Go to BROOM &NORREL US.
O430! P"ERIm STO32.
Augusta, Sept 1 tf 34
_ Y -800D.
DICKEY & PHIBBS
UrE NOW RECEIVING THEIR
Fall Stock of Dry Goods,
Usually kept in a'
DRY GOODS STORE!
Which thoy will
As any other
The Character of their House is a mufcient
guarantee that every Customer
will be Charged the
Augusta, Sept 13 tf 30
H AVING disrosed ofJ my interest in the SA.
i.11DA HIOUiKR, to Mrs. S. A. HOYT and
CHARLE'4 L. COVAR, I return my warmest
thanks to my friends mnd patrulns for their past
liberal encouragement ; and earnestly bespeak for
my soin and daughteor a continuation of that cenle
rous piatronage. 1 have every confidence' in thelir
capacity to take charge of the House. I
Sept 1, 1858.
L'ROM the above Card, it, will be seen that we
.L' have taken chiar~e 'of the1SA LUDA HOUSE,
and hope by strict attention to business, and to the
wants and plea.'ur.- of those who may have the
kindness to stop with- us, to. win the confidence and
iecure the pa~roiaa~ f -theapremis friend. of the
House. as also the public generally. We intenid to
D8I~tARGE OUR DUTY as faithfully as we
can, and STRlVE to lllease our patrons.
S. A. IIOYT,
C. L. COVAIC. .
Pept 15 tf 3G
T1HE Firm of H. L. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
.1 d on the 2nd inst., by mnutual
con 'ons havingE:demands against us
will presenit th1' for paym. nt. All those indebt
ed to us are respectfully solicited to call and sett
as eairly as possible, as further indulgenice will not1
be gisen. . H. 'L. CUANINGIIAM & CU.
Hamburg, Aug 4, 1858.
To the Public,
H AVING sold '.ut our entire initerest in tha
Ii rm of HI. L. Cunniinghanm & Co. to. our for
mr partner Mr. HENRY SOLOMON. we take
pleasure in recommxending him to our old custo
mers and friends. We are thankful for the liber.l
pat onage we have receivedl, ad solicit a continiu
sce of the same for our successnr.
H. L. CU NNINGlI.\M,
0. C -CUNNINGH3A~l.
Hanmburg, S. C., Aug 4, '58. Oz32
BROUGHT TO THE JAIL
O F this Dietrict, a Negro mian who says hi
name is May, and that he befong to, one Mrs.
Ilarriet Il-adhimer, formerly of this Disirict, but
now in Louisiana.
MAY is about 35 years of'age, baight e.,pp -r
complexion, weighs 150) pounds, is 5 feet 4 inches
high, and his upper froint teeth are all out.
Trhe owner is requested to comae fojrwar.l, prove
prop' rty, pay charge~s, and take him away, other
wise he will be dealt with niecord ng to l.aw.
TILLMAN H. CL ARK, J.z n.
Sept. 15 * i f 86
0 HOICE TOBACCO--Just received
direct from the manufactory of Col. Peter
Penn, of Virginia. a supply of Fine CHEWING
TOBACCO, comprising the following~ Brands:
"[oniey Dew," "Orontoco," " Extra TIwist" mand
" Old Dominion." Lover" of the weed are invlted
to call and sampnle the 'latter brand. " Old Do
minion" is hard to beat.
'G. L. PENN, A gt.
Sept 8 ' f 35
NOTIc E--FULTON is at home and wil
stand the Fall Season at his own Stable cnly
11tmiles from Edgefield C. H. lHe will Insuri
Mares to be in f..al for $10 ! Now Is the time tt
raise from your work Miares, a they will be morn
at leisure in the Fall than In the Spring. An:
personi wishing to leave theiri. ares with meo car
have good pastorage, free of charge, but no res
ponsibility for accidents. FULTON is well know:
and ii ill show for himselt. There will be some o
his Colts at the next-A gricultural F'air.
R. D. BRYAN.
Sept 8 '4t 85
E XECUTORS' IVOTICE.--AII person
indebted to the Estateof John Jones, dec'd,
are earnestly requested to make arrangements.t
pay up promnptly that the provisioins of the wil
gay be complied Alth ; and all persona havin
demands against the Estate will please presen
them to the Executors' immediately, properly mt
tested. A. J. IIAMMOND Ed
W. G. HARRI..
Sept 8 t- af8
N OTICE.-All persons indebted to the E
tate of John Klrksey, dec'd., are hereb
timely warned fto waake payment forthwith, an
those having claims against the E state are notifle
to render them in, properly attested, at an earl
day. E. P. H. KIRKSBY, acting Ez'or.
Dec 30 tf 51
VIJNEGAR-Two hundred gallons Choit
APPLE and PICKLING VINEGAR, Jul
received. 0. L. PENN, Agent,
Sept 8 tf -35
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Dani
Boone, dec'd., are requested tomakeimmed
ate payment, and all persons having demani
against the same are hereby notified to 'prosei
them pt-operly attested.
t .L.P. BOONEdor
Dec 28,185T t f .. * 8.
FALL TRADE, 1858!
.193 Broad Street,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
SHOE AND HARNESS LEATHER,
Trunks, V ses, Whips,
LEATHER AND IDIA RUBBER BELTING,
Of all kinds,
IS ww fully prepared for the Fall Trade,
with it hrge and well assorted Stock of GOODS,
which he wil sell at as low prices as they can be
obtained at any I louse in the South. -
Thankrul for the generous palrounge extended
to him for the hast Fifteen Ycars, he
respectfully eills the attention of
MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS
To an examination of his Goods before purchasing
SADDLES, HARNESS, &c.,
Manufactured to order, of the BFST MATICRI
ALS, and by the HEST WORKM1 EN in the
Augusta, Sept 13 Gm 36
FIRST CLASS PIANO FORTES.
A. A. CLARK & SON,
B EG to return their sincere thanks to the citi
zens of Edgefi'*ld for their very liberal pat
ronage for the la.t five years, and to inform them
that they are still prepared to furnish PIANOS
from TUB VERY BEST MAKEn1s AT LOWER PtICES
than can e got elsewhere.
On attention has recently been called to the ad
vertisement of a dealer who seems desirous of as
suming the guardianship of the public by teting
them not to buy of " pedlars or agents "-but of
him ! As we have had no store in Augu..ta for
two years, and have ban selling all the time in
the District, we presuine it is intended for us, and
in this connection will give our reasons for discon
tinuing our store there. They are these:
1st. We are at no expense, having no store rent,
clerk hire, nor heavy board to pay, and can there
fore sell lower th An any other house.
2ndly. We can sell more by it. - And there is
where the shoe pinches. In the last five years we
have sold more Pianos in this District tiban all eth
er houses in Augusta. and Charleston, and we are
willing that our claims to public patronage should
be decided by any one that we have sold. Can
the pro p rior of the " Emporium " say as much I
We sel1 no Pianos that can be bought back in a
year or ao at half price!
We give our own and the maker's written guar
antee that the Pianos are perfect in every respect,
an.1 are ready at any time to come up to then.
We see every Piano put up at home and attend
to them a year free or charge.
In conclusion, we would ray that we arc still
buyinmg and sel ing on our own responsibility from
the makers we always dealt with, via Jacob
Chickering ; Hlalbert, LDavis & Co.; A. WV. Ladd d&
Co., and others.
We sell at the mantufacturer's RET AIL PRICES,
and any one buying from us may rest assured that
they are getting as good as the best and as cheap
as the cheapest; tsud that they are getting them
fresh from the mnanuf act ory.
W' Orders addressed to us at Augusta, Ga.,
will meet with prompt atteution.
g~ We still continue to T UNE and R EPA IR
PI ANOS, and will a tend to calls in any part of
A.A. CLARK &SON.
Augusta, Ga., Sept. 1, 1858 tf 34
CLARKE & ROYAL,
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, &c.,
HAVE alwatys on hantd a LA RGE and GOOD
Si tock of kX1CtY VA RIETY. in oar as
sortmnent mny be found a'l gunlities, fromt the cheap
est to the finest atrticles.
We will use all endeavors to pletase those who
may fasvor us s~ith a ea'i.
We will have 'in htand a large lot of PLA NTA
TION BROGANS .and 1100SE SERVANT
SHOES, sonme of which will be its goiod as the best.
Au.;usta, Aug. 4, 1858 2m 3)
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
C ONTINU E the above business, in all its bratn
ches, at the AMERICAN FOUNDRY, and
will be thankful for orders for
ALL KINDS IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
For Gold Mines, Mills, Rail Roads, Bridges, and
Machinery of all Descriptions.
A ugusta, Sept. 1 _ _ly* 31
GE ORG IA PL AINS,
SHIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS,
At Factory Prices!
ALL those in want of such G..ods would do
well to give us a call before paurchasing else
where. DICKEY & PIBBS.
Aug~usta, Ga., Sept 13 tf 35
WRIGHT & ALEXANDER,
Globe. JJolel Biding, B3road St.
INVITE the attention of Planters to their large
and comleltte assortment of
Now in Store, embracing Schley's BEST GOODS;
-Virginia KERSEYS and PLAINS, of superior
weight and quality, mianufactured of domestic
f wool. Abeo, Virginia FUL LED PL AINS, a most
OSNABUJRGS, Georgia STRIPES;
Marlboro PL AIDS and ST RIPES;
Plaid LINSEYS--a superior article;
SHeavy FL \NNELS for servants.
, Together with a full assortment of .
SFaney and staple Goods!
K We liite an examinationi of our Stock. Our
t Goods will be found as represented.
5gPrices reasonable, and terqps acenmmnoda
A ugusta, A ag 18 . t 6 2
.* Administrator's Notice.
y A LL persons indebted to the Fat~ite of Mrs
N la ary Burt, deceased. are requests d to mak'
c payment, atnd those having demands against thb
y same, will please present them in due form with
out delay. W. T. SCOTT, Admu'or.
Aug. 11. -tf 31
'o r I RY IT.-Thomsob's Celebrat- d Washin,
it Copound and Transparent Soaps.
Also, a fine article of Colgate's Toilet tPoap.
-W. E. LEOG.
- Aug25 8
NTICE-AI persons Indebted to the Es
atate of Holden W. Posey, dec'd., are request
- ed to make immediate payment, and all thosu
i having demands against the Estate will pleas
it render them in to me legally attested within thre
months from thIs date, as at that time there wil
be a final settlement of said Estate.
S3AMUEL POSEY, Ad'or.
j The Friends of Col. JAMES P. CARROLL
respectfully present him as a Candidate for the
State Senate at the n.nuing election.
" a e e Ts Friends of WILLIAM GREGG, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sen
ator at the next election.
W The friends of Col. JOHN QUATTLEBUM
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a
secat in the next Legislature at the ensuing election.
April 7 to** 13
0- We are authorized by the friends of Maj.
A. L DEAR-NG, to nominate him ali a Candidate
for a seat in the Houre of Representatives at the
April 7 to 1
i7 The friends of M. W. GARY, Esq., present
him as a Candidate for the State Legislature at the
Mar. 31. to* 12
LV* THB Friends of W. W. ADAMS, Esq., re
spectfully present him as a candidate for the State
Legislature at Its next Session.
Mar 23 io* 11
WTHE Friends of Maj. ABRAM JONE-3 re
spectfully present him as a Candidate for re-elec
tien to the State Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
gWTHB Friends of Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN,
respectfully nominate him as a Candidate for elec
tion to a Seat in the next Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
1WE are authorized by the friends of Col.
JAMES T'OMPKINS to anr.ounce him as a Can
didate for a Seat in the next Legislature at the
ensuing election. .
W The Friends of J. HAMPDEN BROOKS,
Esq., respectfully present him as a Candidate for
the state Legislature at its next Session.
WM. QUATTLEE UM,
W. W. SALE,
or ler ..
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
For Taz. Colootor.
T. J. WHITAKER,
CHAS. M. MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
D. L. TURNER.
W. F. DURISOE,
M. C. BUTLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Law Range,
EDOEFIELDO. II., S. C.
May 15 tf '25
T'HE Undersigned having formed a partnership
Iin the PRACTICE of LAW and EQUITY
for Edgefield District, will give prompt and dili
gent attention to all business entrusted to their
The residence of Mr. OwEss is at Baruwell C.
f-that of Mr. SEIDELSs at Edgefield, S. C.
W. A. OWENS.
May 2 tf - 20
S - B. GR iFFIN, A ttorney at L AW and
* Solicitor in EQUITY, will attend punctually
to all business entrusted to his care.
He may be found at all times either in the-Office
of the Comisisionier in Equity, or ini his own
01lice immediately in rear oif the Court House.
_EDGEFIE.LD C.H. May 19, 1~6. t4
E. H. YOUNGBLOOD,
.ttorm.eY at I.sawv,
W~, iLL attend prompjtly to all business placed
in his hands.
g7Otlice at Edgefield C. HI., S. C.
May 19 tf 1
WjILL attend promptly to all business of the
profession entru-ted to his care.
OicE, Rdgefield C. -1, 5- C.
A pril 6 1858 tf 13
'I lIE Subieriber having furniebed himself with
Ia license to. use this NE W PROCESS of
INSERTING ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
now ready to serve all who may need such, with
in assurunce of a more perfect adaptation, anid a
cloer resemblane to the natural organs, than can
be realized by any other method. its perfect pu
rity. cleanliness, freedom from all taste, or galvanme
sensation, durability, comfort and security, asre
among the advantageseatimed for this SUP'ERl0R
mode of setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, tf 24
TI O S. 3. & C. II. M OI SE,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE A MOISE,
.No. T, Haynse Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
Jan 27 ly 3
I, H. STEARNS & CO.,
Commission Dealers in Everythaing
U SE FU L.
Special attention givcR to BUYING, SELLING
and REPAIRING MACHINERY.
Broad Street, near Mechanuic's Bank, A ugusta,
Geor gia. 1
Boot and Shoe Notice,
T HE Subscriber continues to have
Imade, on the shortest notice, and in
the best manner. th. finest and most sub-1w
stantial BOOTS and- SHOES.
- All orders left at his Shop will be promptly at
tended to. C. M. GR AY or myself will be found
at all times in the Village to attend to all orders.
No work to leave the shop1 without the knowledge
of the subscriber or my A gent, C. M. GRAY.
lihop opposite B. J. Ryan's Livery Stable.
June 2 tf '21
New Cheap Goods.
T Eli Subseriber is now receiving at his Store a
..FULL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, to
which he resps-ctfutlly invites.he attention of has
friends and customers.
g1 Thankful for past favors, lhe solicits a con
tinuance of the samse. .01 .C K
Cold Spring, S. C., A pril 21 1858 if 15
Pay or be Sued!
LL persons inulebted to the Subscribers, eithet:
.3by Note or A ccount, are notified that they
are expected to pay the same; by or b, f',re return
day next-etherwis~e their. account' and notes wil1
be placd in the hands of our Attorney, S., 1
- Griffin, Esq., for collection. Ths its fair warning
- and you that are interested, would do well to take
de noie. MARKERT & GOT1'8C1A LK.
Aug. 4, 1858 if
L E1YONS--Just received five Boxes Chois
iLEMONS. E- T. DAVIS, Agent
ay19 a t 39.
T nE subsoriher, wishing to remove to the vil!.
lage, for greater. eonvonience to business,
offers his % ELl IMPROV ED PLACE for aiale,
situated three noiks West ,f Edgefield Court House,
on the Abbeville Road.
bly plaee is in the neighborhood of Major John
H. hughes, .Jas L. Hil, Mrs Ilagood and John..
11. Ilollingwworth, most excellent neighbors.
1hose wishing to purchase will plese call on the
Terms of sale will be made very accominodating.
G. W. LANDRUbM.
August 19, if 32
300 ACRES PINEY WOODS. LAND
T HE Subscriber is desirous of selling his VAL-.
UABL E TRACT OF LAND, containing
Three hundred acres of
- First Quality Phie Land, e
lying immediately on the Hamburg & Edgefield
Plank Road, 7 niles from Edrefield C. 11, and
bounded by lands of Benj. Bettis and others.
There is on the premises an old but comfortable
-Dwelling, the usual out houses, a good new Gin s
House and Screw, &c. The best of water Is one
of its superior advantages, 'as it abounds in the
gr.eatest convenience throughout the Tract,.
This place is susceptible of the highest im
provement. The land under cultivation is pro
ductive, and well adapted to Cotton, Corn, &c.
About 130 Acres of this Tract are cleared, a
poition of which is new ground-whilst, the re
mainder is well-timbered woodland.
Those wishing to make a fine investment, and
at thesame time buy a good home, will do well
to call on the subscriber at an early day.
Price reasonable, and terms scommodating.
Aug 18 tf 8_
Lands for Sale,
T HE Executors-of Jacob B. Smith, deceased,
will sell at public outcry, on the first Monday
in October next, at Edgefield C. H., all tbe remain.*
ing Lands belonging to his Estate, consisting -of'
some 2500 Acres Pine Lands.
LENJ. WA LDO, Ex'ors
OEO. A. ADDISON. f
Sept. 1, 1858 tf 34
LANDS FOR SALE,
T I Executorq of the Estate. of -lohn Middle
t1ion, deceased. onr for sae, TIIREE THOU
SAND!tGHT llUN liRK1) and T NO ACR ES
of LAND, more or less. iituate -and being in the
South Western part of Edgefiesl District, vn the
waters of Savannah River, nineteeu miles a',ve
Augusta and ex from Fury's Ferr-adj sining
lands of G. W. Nixon, -1. P. Nixon, Dr. A. Azer
riwether, Dr. S. G. Merriwther and ,maj. J. B.
A bout one thousand ceres of said lands consist
of valuable low-grounds. The larger portion of
the remainder is in native forest. 'I he whole triet
is well watered by numerous springs, aud -is Oi,
teemttted remakably heal.hy.
The place is well insproved, having two )WEL
LING 110 IUSRS. two GIN HOUSES, and other
necessary buildings, all und.-r koos repair.
If not sold before the first Monday in O.etober, it. v
will be d sposed of at that time, at public out-ery,.
at Edgefi.-ld C. 11.
Those desiring a valuable plantation would do
well to call and see for themselves. One or the
other of the Ex.cutors nm.y be always ia-und on
the pratnises, and will be pluased to show the 4me
to any one detirous of purchasing.,
J1. T. MIUDDLETOJN,
R. . MIDDLETO.\, Executors.
Aueut 4, a858 9t 30
Land for Sale,
T HlE Subscriber, desiring to change his busi
Iness, ofrers for sale his TRACT OF L AND
containing Six Ilaandre~d Acre... Oc the
place is a good Dwelling House and all necessary
building.'. Also, .a good F'aw Mill. A bout 140) '~
acres of th's Tract are cleared-y0 of whIch afe'
fresh land. This tract is situtate about 2j miles
East of the Pine Ilouse. I will take pleasuire in
showing the land to any one who may wish to.
purchase.. ABSALOM HORNI. *
Sept 8 tf 85
State or South Carolina.
PICKENS DISTRICT.. -
DW. C. Cantrol'and wife Bill 'for rt~aItionm of
Mi-s. E. Powell and others KetEtt.
IIURSUAN'T to ant order made in the abot
Ustaited CIIF by Chancellor Ward aw, at the
lat term of the Court of Equity, for Pickecns IDis
trict. I will sell at pub!ic nuoton, t., the highest
bidder, at Paelsens Court Ilouse, on baled~ay in Oe
tuber next, the RE AL E-.TATE of Almion Powell,
dceased, 10 wit:
One Tract of Land, situate in Pieketis
District, and lying on Tugalo River, containing
Eight Hundred and Eighty Ac~es, and adjoining
lands sof .1. W. Hare, J. WV. Prather, J. HI. LeRoy
and Hlarvy l:avis.
TERMS 0OF SA LE-On a credit of one and two
years, with interest, except the costs which' are to
be paid in e-,sht. The purchase monney to be se
cured by bond, with two or more goodi sureties,
coditional f.ar its pay maent in two e qual annual in
sa mnents. Purchaser to pa f. r titl. a
gg This Tract i Land is a very valgable one,
and is n'so imiproved. TIhere are about one hundred
acres of choice river anti craek bottom on the
prmise. For further pasrticu!a-e, app~ly on tehe'
p ace or to the un ier.-igned.
A plat of the piremnises is on fie itn my office, and*
can be seen at any time.
ROB'T. A. T h O3PSON, c.Z r.D.
Sept. 15 3t 36
State o(South Carolina,
Thomas P. Benson, A dm'or.,- 1 -
vs | Bill to sell lands
M L. Pope, and marshall,
Ellen MI. Pope, J assLts, &c.
G. W. Williams & Co., and others
B Y virtue of an order to me directed, I will
cause to be exposed to sale, on Saleday in
October ttext, at Edigefield C. II., the Tract of
Land described ini the proceedings of this case,
as the real Estate of Jacob W. Pope, dec'd., viz:
One Tract of Land,
Containing Two hundred and nin ty-eight (298)
.acres, more or less, situated in the District of
Edefield, and State aforesaid, on waters of Saln
da River, bounded bty lands of John Ramage:
Mrs Charl't e $mith and olhers.
Ter-zm oir Bale.
Oat a credit of twelve months with interest fronm
the day of sale,-exeplt the costs which must be
paid in cash. And that the paurchalser have leave
to anticipate the paynment, the Commnissioner take
bond, with at least two good sureties to secure the
payatent of the purchase money, and to receive
titles when the purchase money Is .flilly paid up,
and possession given whenever ,these terms are
complied with. Purchaser to pay for all neessa
ry paper.H. 0. NORRIS, C.I.U.D.
Comm'rs Office, Anderson C. Hi., Sept 0, 418
T HE Subsceriber being desirous to move his
hands to the West. ofi!rs fosr sale the follow
ing propet ty. vir.: 1050 A CR KS OF FINE PlINE'
LANL) in Edgefield District. On it is a splendid
Steamn Saw RMill and Grist Milli,.
which are doiuig a pi-ofitasble business.
One Tract contains 360 ACRES lying -on-the
road leading Irom Cambrsdge to Hasmburg, on the
waters of Horse Pen Creek,adjoining lands of John
Durt and others.
One Tract contains 1000 ACRES fin. cot
ton land well improved, lying in Abbeville District,.
ont the road leading from Pickens and-Atiderson to
lamburg. ong mile above the Edgefield line.
One Tract con ains 350 ACRES in Pickens
tDistrict, ianne iately on the Rail Road, 10 miles
above Old Pendleton.
On may Hiomest -ad Tract is a splendid STEAM
MILL running 3 setta of roeki, SA W MILL &o..
I ofi'er for sale this Mill with 50 Acres of Land.
The Homestead .is n the road leeding front
Cambridge is Abbeville C. H , four mile. below
Any person wishing to pureciase is requested to
exadine. Bargains can be had, and the terms will
be madJ. Y. L. PARTLOW.
July 7 1858 3m 26
N*OTICE.-All persona having claims against
tho tastate of William Logue, deo'd., she
hereby requested to present them propery attest
ed ; and all persons ind. bted tosaid -saemust
make immediate payment.- ' --
- - 1;1. YOUNGBLOOD, Adm'r.
SAug18 .tf . 32