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R EIPCTFULLY informs his friends and the
- publi1c in general, that .heas .jnst returned
from the North, alter selecting .rom the choicest
Markets a FULL ASSORTMENT of
Of the very latest styles, embracing all articles
usually kept for the outfit of
Gentlemen, Youths and Children.
. Also, a fne lot of toe most fashionable H ATS,
SHOES, &c., togetherwith a great variety of
Trnks, Valises, Ladies Bonnet Boxes,
Carpet Bags, kc.
it will always give me pleasure to exhibit my
Stock to any who will favor me with a call at my
old stand next door to Bland & Butler's.
ggThe Subscriber being about to make a
chango in hi business, respectfully notifies all
who are indebted to him, either by Note or A c
count, to come forward and settle the same by
January next, as I am necessarily compelled to
Sept 29 st 38
FOR SALE !
1E Subscriber offers to any approved purcha
ser his desirable location within four miles of
this village on the Columbia road, provided ppplica
tion is made in time to enable him to procure an
other place by the first of January next.
The Tract contains 433 Acres, much of
whIch is good piney woods land. About one han
dred and fifty acres are cleared, and most of it in
good condition,-none of it washed. The rest con
sists in the main of well-timbered native forest;
there may be some 30 or 40 Acres of it grown up
- in old-field pine, but whicli is nearly as good as the
other woodland for purposes of farm culture.
There is not a better WATERED piece of land
in the District. - As many as a half-dozen beautiral
clear piney woods springs are scattered over it, giv
ing rise to several perennial branches which form
the head waters of fig Creek. The House Spring
is pronounced one of the best in the middle country,
as not otly affrding the purct of free stone water,
but beinm at once elegantly and substantially fixed,
with reservoir, pump and bathing-house convenient.
Besides a comparatively new, airy and pretty
MANSION HIOUSE, there are on the premises all
necessary outbuildines of the best description, as
alto a superior TEN-PIN ALLEY of large di
mentions. An excellent ORNAMENTAL FISH
POND, now well-stocked with brim and perch, is
situated immediately below the liouse-spring. The
garden flowers on the place, as also the fruit, (peeh
as, plums, apricots, grapes, app!es, &c.,) ae of the
rarest kinds. In a word, the whole estalibshment
is complete and in fine repair, besides possessing
grounds susceptible of high improvement still in the
hands of a gentleman or lady of taste and means.
Apply early, if at all. Price ani terms in accor
dance with the va!ue of the property. A better
chance for a ready-inade hane has not been (offered
before in this district. A. SIMKINS.
Sept. 29, 1858 4t 38
'BOOTS * SHOES!
- DH. FLANIGAN & CO., of Colum
T. bia, S. C., have opened a branch of their
business at this place, and have now in Store a
full Stock comprising a full assortment of all the
different styles and qualities, consisting in part of
Ladies' fine Heel GAITERS and BO0TEES;
." "' - SLIPPERS and B.\SKINS;
Misses' & Children's SLIPPERS & BOOTEE5.;
Gentlem' n's fine Pump Sole,, Diess and Water
Gentldmens' 'fine Pump Sole, Dress and Water
* Gentlemens' Patent Leather GAITERS and
Together with a large Stock of Negro Bro
gans, Nail-soled, which are thought to be supe
rior to anything of the kind ever brought to this
From past experience in the business, we feel
satisfied that we can
To purchasers that have never been heretofore of
fered in this Town. ,Our Stock is manufactured
by ourselves and bought from thie nianufacturers.
BOOTS, SHOES, &c., of every kind made to
order on shortest notice.
U87 Terms Cash for all ready made work. -
P. IH. FLANIGAN & CO.
*Edgefield C. H., Sept 28 6it 88
HAMBURG, S. C.,
W17ILL continue the Ware House and Commis
son Business at the Ware House occupiled
by him the last two years, wvhere he will give his
personal attention to the QTORING and SELLING
of COTTON and other PRODUCE.
Commission for selling Cotton 25 ets. per Bale.
Liberal Cash advances made on Cotton in Store.
Hlamburg, Sept 8 . im 35
SThe Abbeville Banner, Laurensville Herald
and Anderson Gazette copy d times and forward
bill to C- W.
K. & N. E,8SOLOMON
T'AKE pleasure in informing the planters andi
.3.public generally, that they are receiving di
following ariles from New York, Philadelphia and
Baltimore, which they will SELL AT LOW
BAGGING, BALE ROPE,
Java, Laguyra and Rio COFFEES,
A. B. C. New Orleans and Crushed SUGARL',
-New Orleans and West India MOL ASSES,
SPICES of all kinds,
Foreign and Domestic WINES and LIQUORS,
BOOTS. SHOES and IIATS,
* Negro, Bed and Saddle BLANKETS,
OSNABURGS and Georgia PLA1NS,
Linseed and Tanners OILS,
WJHITK LEAD and TUR'PENTINE,
TOBACCO, a large assortment,.
. INDIGO, M ADDER, &e.,
-Choice Tennessee BACON,
Bar, Hoop, Nail Rod, horse Shoe and Band
IRON, of all sizes.
And all other articles ustally kept in the GR0
. CERY 1BUSlNESS.
A large assortment of Men's, Boy's, Side and.
B3RID)LES and BITS of all kind,,
Waggon, Ca-riage, Buggy and Overseer's Whip",
Harness and Sole LEATHER, &c., &c.,
All of which we will sell at
New York Retail Prices.
We will pay the mos~t liberal prices for Cotton andl
* other kinds of produce.
H. & N. E. SOLOIION,
The R~ed Ioume at the old 'stand of HI. L. Cun
ningham & Co.
Hamburg, Sept. 29, 1858 tf 38
Hlaving just returned from the Northern Mar
liets, I can supply miy customers with goods FREs
from the manufacturers. and will be able to please
the most fastidious. Th~ankcful for the patr<-nage I
received wjhile in the firm of II. L. Cunning-mn &,
Co, I take this opportunty of soliciting the samie
othe New Firm.
*gg Albe ville Banner, Independent Pr.s, and
ILaurensville Herald, will copy semni-maonthsly, f,.r
NOTICE.-The Debtors and Creditors of
-Win. Foy, Deceased, are hereby notified t .
meet me in the Ordinary's Office at Edgefield 3.
II., on the 4th Monday in October next, as a final
settlement will be made on the Estate at that time.
E. N. FOY, Adm'or.
Aug. 4, 1858 9t 30
-'OTICE.--All persons having claims against
Nthe Es-ate of William Logue, dec'd., are
hera-by sequse to present them properly attest
*r. ; and allpersons indrbted to saidEstate must
a. t.ke Immediate payment.
E. H. YOUNGBLOOD, Adm'r
Auga1R .. tf .' - .
FALL bR GOODSI
GR AY & TURLEY,
UNDER THE UNITED STATES HOTEL,
NO. 115 CONGRESS STREET,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC, 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 PHILADELPIIIA, AND PRINCIPALLY
BEFORE AND SINCE THE GREAT RITSHI OF
WERE IN MARKET, AT SUCH
CREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
A- will warrant us in assuring our Friends and -Parons that we cin 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
WILL DUPLICATE ANY BILLS
Bought Regularly in New York City,
AT ~THE SAME PRICES,.
SAVING THEM THE AMOUNT OF TRANSPORTATION AN]) EXPENSE
OF GOING AFT'ER ThEM.
-'THAT KEEPS AN EXPERIENCED PURCHASER
ALL DAYS IN TH E YEAR, FOR THlE SOLE PURPOSE OF ATTENDING TO
TIHE BUYING OF SUPPLIES; TUAT WE RECEIVE 0OUR GOODS
REGULARLY BY EVERY STEAMER, OF TH E VERY
LATEST MODES AND FASHIONS,
AND YOU WILL READILY PERCEIVE TIHE ADVANTAGE OF DEALING
IN SUCH AN ESTABLIShMENT.
OF TILE SEASON, IN
Fine French MERINOS, in Plain and Printed, from 25 to 40 per cenit, less than they
En glish EINO 1andt COBRGS, extremely cheap t
Fine MOUTSLIN de LAINES, from 12 to 25 cents.;
Double Extension Steel Spring SKiRTS, from *1 50 to *2;.
Fine Cloth CLOAKS, from *450 to *7; worth from *10 to *12;
Heavy large size Negro BLANKETS, from 00 cents to *1;
KERSEYS, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST EVER
BROUGHT TO AUGUSTA.
DOMESTIC GOODS of every description, warranted 10 per cent. cheaper than they
can be duplicated short of New York ;
EMBROIDERiES, HOSIERY, GLOVES, and Small Wares, in great quantities, ex
French, Emgis a nd Aerican 1PRINTS,t GNGnes, atEKS er MES;UNS
and DOMESTIC GOODS, in full supplies ;
And in fact all articles usually kept in the
EEL Y 60 S 1DWUSE,
To which we respectfully invite the attention of the Public.
PLEASE TO RECOLLECT OUR LOCATION.
!)pp0Siff -~ Vjt nEAid SjoNi~,
SAVANNAH, GA. -
GR AY & TURLEY,
.Next abiove Uenry Daly's Shoe -Store.
Goods delivered in Hamburg, if desired by
our Carolina patrons, free of charge.
Augusta, Sept 25, 2m 38
FI'Ei ANID WIlfTER
Undr sbe Augusta Hotel.
CLAYTON & KENNADY
The Laigest and most Complete
THIRY HAVE EVER OFFRRED FOR SALE IN
Till.I MARKET, ANI RESPECTFMILLY
-NVITE TI] 1IR OLD CUSTOMERS
AND TE9 PUBLIC GENERAL
LY; TOCALL AND EXAM
' INEI TIRIR
Fashionable and Well-Made
FOR MEN LAND BOYS' WEAR.
'hey keep a full supply 'of
FPRNIS EING GOODS,
MERINO UND RSHIRTS, DRAWERS, CRA
VATS, S .SPENDERS, GLOVES,
H AkI RCITIEFS, &c.
H A T AND CAPS,
OF.T.lE LATEST STYLES.
C Yt''OlN & KENNADY.
Augusta, Sept;28 58 2m .48
Fall an$Winter Styles.
UI REMA e&C.
3Whc.ie e. a , T ..taalIl.
EO. W. FERRY, Augusta, Ga., is
.T now pr,.pared to greet his customers with
a new and extensive assortment of
Gents. Fall st.yle 1Molcski and Cassinere HATS,
a " "French and A mer. felt . do
a - ".Cloth, Silk Velvet, Plush and
Glazed Silk CAP ,
Youths and B.y HATS 'and CAPS, all kinds;
Children's Fany- do do elegant styles;
Velve, Silk, Ci1isa, Straw and Lace BONNET
Silk,Sotch and Paragon UMBRELLAS;
Men's and BoyWool UATS, every variety of
style and quaitV-;
Theso Goods <are direct from - Manufacturers,
made expressly I6Ethis market, and will be sold
as low as same quality of Goods can be sold any
where. Call and seA
.G10. W. FERRY,
Unde t)(asonic Hall, Broad S!reet,
Augusta, Sept 28 tf 38
J9 NNEWBY & 00.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
C7a L .0THE ,
Under the U. S. 1Ote.,
rONEPHl 1%. NEWVBY & CO., Au
eJ gusta, Ga., at their oldl and well-known stand
under the United States H otel, at-e now receiving
the L ARG EST .and BS$T SEL ECTED Stock of
They have ever kept, for Men adrd Boy's wear,
from their own Manufactury, 189 Fulton Street,
THEY GET UP. THE VERY BEST STYLES
An.I OF CLOTHING,
Adinadditioz this, thaey have made arrange
mets with the r~&i~1ouse of D. Devlins & Co ,
to receive weekly their
Newest Broadway Styles !
Besides Clothin.1, we keep the best make and fit of
MERINO SIIIRTS AND DRAWERS,
Socks, Gloves, Suspenders, Neck Ties,
&c., &c., &c.
In the Manufaelturing Department, can always
be found the beat and most fashiionable
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings
11 Thanrkful rfor the liberal patronare for years
past., we aak -our old Edaefld friends, and all
strasgers visitinia the City, to call on us and ex
amine our stock.
^_ugusta, Selat,1 if ____ 6_
L. C. D EMIN G,
BARGAINS FOR THE MONEY!
111AVE now in Sto my entiae Stoek of STA
PLE and FANCY I)RY GOODS, which
shall be asold at Lowest Possible Prices
IN D)RESS GOOD$, [ have
.Deuble Imp. RORES;
obe a'L EISE ;
Robe a'QUILLE ;
Robe POMPADORE ;
- . Robe ORIESTAL.
. SKIR TS.
Jlupon'e an8 Arnold's HAMMERED STEEL
SPRINGS. No other Skirts ean equal the above.
Also, on hasnd the ordinary SKIRTS.
IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY.
GEO. SCULEY'S NVEGRO GOODS,
Warranted all Wool filling.
erseys, Osnahurgi, Homespuns, &c.
at the lasnufneturer's prices.
White Nackinaw Blankets,
So favorably known:, and 'of which I sold and al
wasys give .rnatisfactiem'
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet Cloaks,
A beautiful and complete assortment.
In every style, quality and'price.
.hOSIERY, &c., &c.,
Embracing every article .u'enally kept in a DRY
GOODS STORE, all of which shall be
SOLO AT THlE LOWEST PRICES.
gtg An examination of my Stock is respectfully
CORNER, UNDER GL(BE HOTEL.
Augusta, Ga.,_Sept 13 tf 30
E. MUSTIN & SON,
A T their well knowvn stand on South side of
1Broad Street, in TurpinsRw aercie
tber FALL SUPPLY of ohvercie
hina, Glass and Earthenware,
And are prepared to asil at a reasonable prof4.,
Granite Tea Sets, $8 teO $4,25;
. " Dinner Sets;11 to $5
French China DinnerSetts, $25 to $65.
A great variety of beautiful China Vases-Bas
kets Candle~ Sticks, Putf foxes, Colognes, &c.
Also, Silver Plated and Britannia Ware, Wood
and Willow Ware,.PDrsig Glasses, &c.
Augusta, Sept 29 2t. 358
IOTCE.All person. indebted to us by Note
-or Aeco4at, .aranestly requested to call at
aur Store and pay them. We are compelled to make
colleetesa; and trust t61h tingely notioe will not be
unheeded;' BL AND & BUTLER.
t. , 185- nitIf 88
BROOM & N ORRELLI
A RE now purchasing one of tie largest an
Aiuost elegant stocks of FALL and WINTEI
That will he brought to this market this season
which will be bought under circum-tances that wil
guarantee the purchase upon the VERY BEST n
TERMS, and will therefore enable us to sell then
Unprecedentedly Low Prices,
that they cannot be undersold. And will
DEFT ALL COMPETITION,
QUALITY, STYLE AND PRICE
And as our Rule of lusiness is
AND NO DEVIATION,
No one will pay over market price, as the rule
forces the seller to ask the lowest market price,
and protects the buyer. Therefore,
If you wish Goods at low prices,
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
If you lilke 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 t-lbuy cheap Goods, get good
value for your money, and trade where you will
like to deal, and be pleased to send your friends,
Go to BROOM &-NORRELL'S.
401VT31 P-EXCE3 BT9 t.E.
Augusta, Sept 1 tf 84
D R Y. BG0i8.
DICKEY & PHIBBS
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR
Fall Stock of Dry Goods,
Usually kept In a
DRY GOODS STORE1
Which they will
sur.ar3s AM 03 AP
As any other
The Character of their House is a sufficient
guarantee that every Customer
will be Charged the
August., Sept 13 tf 36
T[HE Firm of H. L. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
I was dissolved on the 2nd inst., by mutual
onsent. All paer~ons having deaa'd against u.~
~villupesent them foir p-atma t. All those indebt
d to us are respectfully solicited to call and settle
as early as posisile.c as further indulglence will not
be gile'n. HI.~L. CUkININGi lAal & CO.
11ambui-g, Aug 4', 1858.
To the Public,
H AVING sold "ut our entire interest in the
firm of HI. L. Cunningham & Co. to our for
ruer partner Mr. HENRY 60LOMON, we take
pleasure in reconnuejading him to our old custo
ierst and friendfs. We are thankful for the libaer.Jl
patr onage we have received, and solicit a contiun
mee 9f the samue for our .suceesesor.
o. C CUNNINGIJA~I.
-Hamiburg, S. C., Aug 4, '58. 0mn32
JACOB'S CORDIAL !
IHE GRIEAT SOUTHERN REMYEDY
F Ol A LL
B3O WVEL D)I SE A SES,
HOLERA, CHOLERA MORBUS, DYSENTERY, DIARRHEA,
BILIOUS COLIC. COLIC INFANTUM,
Ad~irably adtaptedl to h11lly Diseases of Fe~
mlales, mo05t eipeci~Ily. Menstruation.
H lE VIRTUES OF JACOB'S CORDIAL are too
well known to require encomiiums.
1. IT crumI Tna s .mr Ae~ or. DrI)numshK..
2. I-r cent~I THE WoO:T FIoIlih t o~r .T.
Sd. JT eatas C.isLaronstA on Mvxzc.a D.lsaamEA.
4th. iT KF..IFEL TnES SLv ST COLIC.
t. IT ,*tinas Cuets.ZUA 3!Ottr.
5th. IT cenxsW uo:-t.iA INYA5TCI
7th. IT er I~I PAINFt'L MtCS5TIUAtTION.
i. Iy xI.LEss l'AIS IS BacK AND' Lotus.
0th. FT ,1,V57r.lnacl N.,&v.ocasFNs ASh lhsrostnxcr.
1-rh. EI 0 I$o st'ELUA~IYA! vr ~~cAL. YCxo.LSM
15th. 1'rs .AS ADMIDAntLK Toxsc.
A few short Extracts from Letters, Testimonials, &c,
" I have usedtineobJ's Cordlfal in my famiily,u la h La un
It a moat eIlifeut, aid itily jtiinient. a vitaubl remdy,
Judge of Supremne Court, Georgin."
" It gives me pleasture in beingabie to recomm~nd.Jueob',
Ciriaa: any own p~ersoanal experience, ,and te expe~rienec
f y neighblora and friemis arouiinime, is a ruilezent guar
aintee for met to believe it to be all that it purports to be, viz:
A siv32UElUN WMEME.DY. UWOI
Formerly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee Circuit."
" I take great p.-amsuare ln recoaimtendainag thils invala
melicinec to all atlicict with bowel udisases, for whiicha I be
lieve it to be a sovteiga 10medy-dechiledly superior t.> an,
thing else ever tried by line. A.. ULN,
Depuit - G. Mt. of the Grand Iai e oif Georgria."
" I have usedl . nob's Cordial In my faml, aid this, will
all I hear aboaat it a a reamedy b'y thaose wh l have tried It
Indce't me to believe that it stands at thae head of every lpre
arationi of thme kind, and I would recomamenad its uas mi t
diseases for whieh iis comipoun .El. DBIS
Cashier of the Blank of the Slate of Georgia, Griffin."
" If there is say credibility in haunman testimony, Jneob'
Cardial muaast stadad preemuinenit above all other preparto:
for tae cure of Bowel D~iae. From the mass' of testimaoa
aa its favor coaming in rrom all quasrters, It ntast be'very fa:
in advanice, s a cuirative agent, of maost if not nHl othe:
'pateit prel'llrations.L A. FLEMiIG,
Cashlier Marine anid Fire Insurance Bank, Griffin."
" Thisalaee?nt remedy is travelling Into celebrity as fast a
Bonaparte ushedhias columns into Ruassia, and gannin
commmlaionwherveruse."-fiEmrEt Ji~r*onen.I, JMe
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWEERE.
SePt.22,_1S58 __y _____
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMO1N PLEAS.
E. HI. Chamberlain,)
ns. Foreign Aiachmenut.
John C. Thomas.)
TI, lE Plaintiff' in the nbovet stated case havinj
.1ttis day tiled his Demclaraition in my Qflice, an
the D~efennt having neither wife nor Atrorney
known to reside within the limits of this State, oi
whom eopies or said declaration with rules to pl-ad
can be served1, On .motion of Messrs. Carroll J1
Baon, Plaintit1''s Attorneys, Ordered, That ena
Defendant appear and plead to said Declaratioi
within a year and a day from the date hereof, o
Anal and ab-;olute judgemnent will be given agailnu
him. T H OS. G. B ACON, c.c r.
Clerk's Office, Sept. 27, 1858, hy 38
OTICE--All persons inidebied to the Est
Ntate of Hlolden W. Posey, dee'd., are request
ed to make immedia'o payment, and all thos
having demands agaimt the Estate w ill pleas
render theau in to mne legally attested within thre
mo'nths from this date, as at that, time there wil
be a final settlement of said lKatate.
SAMUE POSEY, M4'or.
Sptb 5 - lg
Igg1 gg peJ ewAlways on h~nd ia snpply C
..iCB, which will be sold at 6 Cents per pon
Cash. E. T. DAVIS, Agt.
.May 19 tf - 19
Cherry Bonnce and Cordial!
T HR Subscriber has just received a fine uuppl
of SUPERIOR CalERRY BOUNCit AN.
COR DIAL, which is a most delightful drinik, an
an excellent summer bererage._ Call early atn
get a dozen bottles or so, as it is going off lilk
"hot eckes.""W- S. TEKQ'
Wny 1d ti 2
LT The Friends of Col. JAMES P. CARROLL
respectfully present him as a Candidate for the
State Fenate' at the ensuing election.
'f Tit Friends of WILLIAM GREGG, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a( andidate for Sen
I ator at the next election.
Feb 1 *4
r W3'TuB Friends of Maj. ABRAM JONE4 re
spectfully present hin as a Candidate for re-eleC
ton to the State Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
W- The friends of Col. JOHN QUATTLEBUM
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a
seat in the next Legislature at the ensuing election.
April 7 to* 13
07 The friends of M. W. GARY, Esq., present
him as a Candidate for the State Legislature at the
Mar. 31. to* 12
W TzE Friends of W. W. ADAMS, Esq., re
spectfully present him as a candidate for the State
Legislature at its next Session.
Mar 23 to* - 11
L;WE are authorized by the friends of Col.
JAMES TOMPKINS to announce him as a Can
didate for a Seat in the next Legislature at the
gWTnE Friends of Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN,
respectfully nominate him as a Candidate for 'led
tion to a Seat in the next Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
gW We are authorized by the friends of Maj.
A. L. DEARING, to nominate him as a Candidate
for a seat in the House of Representatives at the
April 7 to 13
gW The Friends of J. HAMPDEN BROOKS,
Esq., respectfully present him as a Candidate for
the State Legislature at its next Session.
Commissioners of the Poor.
M R. EDITOR-You will please announce the ful
owing gentlemen .s Candidates for Commission
ers of the Poor for Edgefield District:
D. P. SELF,
JOhIN P. MZICKLEt,
Ir. 0. LOVELACE.
July 28, tf 80
W. W. SALE,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
For Taz. Collector.
C. A. HORN.
T. J. WHITAKER,
CITAS. M. MAY.
JOH1N C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
J. P. AB3NE ',
W. F. DURISOE,
M.L C. B UT LE R,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Law Range,
EDoEFIELD C. U., S. C.
May 15 tf - 2
L aw Partnerships
T HE Undersigned having formed a partnership
in the PRACICE of LAW and EQUITY
for Edgetleld District, will nive prompt and dili
gent attention to all busines.s entrusted to their
The residence of Mr. Owzys is at Barniwell C.
I-that of Mr. SEinELS at ifgefield, S. U.
W. A. OWENS.
May 26 ttf 20
.A. C .&.R I.
S B. GRiFFIN,. Attorney at L AW and
eo Solicitor in EQUITY, will attend punctually
to all business entrusted to his care.
lie may lbe found at all times either in the Ollic?e
of the Commissioner in Equity, or in his own
Ollice immrediately in rear of the Court house.
EDGEFIELD C. I., May 19, 1k58. tf 47
E. II. YOUNGBLOOD,
.A.ttorneOy at Lsaw,
WiLL attend promptly to all business ;,laced
TVin his hands.
giOflice at, Edgelield C. II., S. C.
May 10 tf 1_9_
WILL attend pronmptly to all business of the
profession entra- ted to his care.
OFieE, Edgefield C. II-, S. C.
April 6 1858 tf 13
A-EE.T F INSING 23i2
r HuE Subscriber having furnished himself with
.a license to use this N EW PROCESS of
INSEETING ARTIFCIAL TEETH,
s now ready to serve all who may need such, with
an assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a
closer resemblance to the natural organs, than can
Ibe realized by any other method. Its perfect pu
rity. eleanliness, freedom fr,.m all taste, or galvanic
sensation, durability, comfort and security, are
arang the advantg,-s elain..ed for this SUPE~R1OR
mode of setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, tf ...._
THOS . .1. dr C. U. JIO I SE,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE & MOISE,
No. 7, Hayiee Street,
Ja 7 CHARLESTON, S,.C.
I, H. STEARNS k 00,,
Counision" Dealers in Everything
U SE FU L.
Special attention given to BUYING, SE LLIN.
and REPAIRING MACHIINERY.
Broad Street, near Mechanic's Bank, A ugusta,
Junel 1l y 23
Boot and Shoe Notice.
r HIE Subscriber continues to have,.,
Imade, on the shortest notice, and inU
the best mariner, th ,finest anid most sub-1~
stantial BOOTS and NRIOEN.
All orders left at his Shop will he promptly at
'tended to. C. M. GR AY or myself will be found
Sat all times in the Village to attend to all orders.
1No work to leave the shop without the icnowledge
of the subscriber cor my A gent, C. M. GIRAT.
Iililhop opposite B. J. Ryan's Livery Stable.
E. HI. YOUNGBLOOD.
.June 2 . tf 21
Pay or be Sued I
'LL prsons indebted to the Sqbscribers, either
by Note or Aecoupt, are notified that they
are expected to payathe same, by or it, fore return
'ay next-athe -wise'-teir accounts and notes will
e lace d in the hands of our A ttorney, -S. R.
IGrifin, P'q , for collection. This ila fair warning,
Iand youn that are interested, would dlo well to takhe
edue notiOe. ARERT & GOTTSCHA LK.
A. , 1ssa if 30
New Grnite tidi tl
WM. H. CRANE
A T his NEW GRANITE FRONT STORE, be
lQw the United States Hotel, is now receiv
ing a SPLENDID Stock of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
For the Fall and Winter Trade.
Having had his Store remodeled and very
much improved, he is now prepared with a FULL
OFFER UNUSUAL INDUCEMENTS,
And he respectfully asks his friends and the pub
lic generally to give him a call when visiting the
Goods will be swold feir Cash, and therefore at
Very Sonall Profits. And the public are
assured that he will sell at as loi. prices as any
House In the City.- His Stock of
Will be very large, comprising all thi novelties
of the acason, such as
DeLaine Robes A'QUILLE;
do do A'BYADERE -
do do A'LAISE;
Silk do do
Fig'd. DELAINES. CASMIERES ac.;
Paris STRIPES, Woolen PLAIDS;
French and English MERINOS;
COL LARS and SLEEVES, new and beauti
. ful styles;
A large assortment QLOAK SHAWLS and
SCARFS of the newest styLtee
A full stock of Goods for Men and Boys wear.
Also, for Family and Plantation use, such as
LINENS, FLANNELS, DAM ASKS, PRINTS,
KERSEYS, PLAINS, BL ANKETS,
17 Remember to call at the 'Granite Front
Stose, Broad Street, below the U. S. Hotel.
Aueusta, Sept2? - 8t . 37
SPLENDID FALL & "
C L OTHING.
RAMSEY & LABAW,
(Opposite the Union Bank,)
i XIURN their thanks to their numerous
frienel and customers for their liberal patron.
ige, and beg to asnure them that.they -are now
ONE OP THE LARGEST AND BEST
CLO T ING
Ever offered in the City, at prices belsiew ydar.
We have In addition the LARGEST. Stock of
In the South, all of our own make.
Ig We invite our friends in Edg4eld ana the
sajoiing Districts, to give our Stek aSn eaamins.
thin. We are always anxlnus toexhbitd our Gods,
and are confident that the QUA LITY and PRIC ES
of our Clothing must give satisfation.
Augusta, Sept. 22, :f 37
Wholesale and R'etail Dealer in
BOOTS & SHOES.
Under the Unite,] Etates, iotel,*
B EOS~ to Inform hi.' friendi and the publie that
LBhe is julst openinir one of the LA RGEST,
BEST and (JIEAPEST Stocks Sf
BOOTS, SIHOES, TRUNKS,
That he has ever brought to A agusta, selected
carefully from the Mwanufactinrers, persobally, and
purchased entirely, for CA SH; which enables him
to offer superior induc ments to those whmy
favo; him with a call. lima
5,000 Pair of Splendid-Plsatti BSOGANS,
of very superior quality, exceedingly cheap;
10 Cases of veryisuperior' Hair Uniied Water
Proof B' OTS, 'entirely newr, and desirable for the -
With a fall assortment'of Ladies and .lliese
HE~ELED and UNHEELED GAITli,8;LIP
PERs, B.\SKTN$, &c., &c., to all'of whiich I
would respectfully invite the attenti'm of~thc pub
lic. DEERY' DAEY,
NEXT DOOR TO GRAY A TURLEY.
Augusta, Sept 29 tf 38
I HAVE just returned from the North, after -
purchasing one of the fnest Stocks of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass,
PERFUMERY, &c., &c
And in fact, every other article kept iq a first
class Drug Store.
Before purchasing elkewherc live me a call.. I
only want a trial, to .'atisfy' you that I am willing
to sell goods on the most reasonable terms.
My Store is the Apothecary's Hall under the
A ugusta Hot. I.
TRlOS. P. FOGARTY.
Augusta, Sept 22 -- 'tI 87
P. S.-R~ceiv'ed this day 500 Oz. Suip. QUI
NINE, which will be sold at $2,00-per os., Cash.
THlE Subscribers have formed a eqpartnership
under the style of
J. S. & J. A. DOWIE, & CO.
For the purpose of conducting a.
General Factorage & Conmnssion Business,
IN TUE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
A nd solicit consignments of COT TON, PLOUR,
GRAIN. and otLher couuntry produce for asle.
.J AMi8 S. HOWII and .I01IN A. BOWIE,
will devote their entire time to the business.
Oflice on Central Whbarf.
J1. 5. BOWIE,
Sept. 21, 1858. 8t 37
G. I. CALHOUN,
General Commission Merchant,
RECEIVING -AND FORWARDING
Thre'doors below Warren Block, Reynolds Street,
OR thme sale of Real Estate, Stocks, Bonds and
.'Negroes. Also, strict personal b.attbntlon
given to sale of Cotton, Wheat, Flour, Corn,-Oata,
Ilice, Sugar, Molasses, Cofree, Bacon and Produce
Consignments solicited on the above articles, on
allof which liberal adyances will be made.
.Cotton sold at the highest market prices, for 25
Augusta, Pept 29 ' Sm 87
- GEORGIA PLAINS,
At Factory Prices!I
.-...0-- . -
XLL those' isi want of stuch Goods would do
.? well to give us a call before purcha'ing else
where. DICKE!' & P11133g.
Augusta, Ga., Sept I8 tf 85
A,LL persons Indebted .to the Estate of Mrs.
1.Mary Burt, deceased. are requested to ak.
payment, and those having demands aaa.the
same, will pleso-resent them In due fornm it
otut delay. . WV. T. S~uTT, Ada'os.
Aug. 11 ti . - 1-.
r RY IT.---Thomson's Celebrated Walg
Cmpound and T-nprntSas
'Also, a fine article. ofClgtsTot
Aug 25 ~88
EONS-..Jut -reeived five BOZes1ThOicS
.14LEMONS. B. T..DAVIAgat~
May19o tf - -19