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- A> 3. PELLETIER & CO.,
. Enambu rg,.S. .C-.,
DRUGS, MEDCINE S,
Palnts,.Oils,. Perfumery, &c.,
ATWIIOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Hamburg, Oct 6, Sm 39
WATCH, CLOCK & JEWELRY
PHRAIU TWEEDY, Augusta, Geo.,
near the Lower Market, has now a LARGE
and FINE Stock of
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Of the latest styles and fashions.
CEOCKS of the .best make and warranted to
keep time at prices ranging from $1,50 to $12
WATCHES of the newest patterns, both Silver
and Gold, of the best and most substantial kind,
and warranted to keep good time.
JEWELRY of the newest and rarest styles,
Lava, Cameo, Coral and all Gold Setts.
BRACELETS FINGER RINGS, CHAINS, &c.,
oi the richest variety.
I Clocks;Watches and Jewelry repaired and
warranted by the Lest Workmen.
Give E. TW EEDY a trial.
Augusta, Oct. 6 3m -39
S P~E C T A 0 L E SI
A LARGE assortment of all kinds of Spee
taeles kept constantly on hand, and I feel
confident, from twelve years experience, that I
can please all ages. Call at
Clock, Watch and Jewelry Store.
Sign of the Watch and Spectacles, near the Lower
Market, Augusta, Ga.
OctG 3m 39
- FALL OF 15.
HENRY J. OSBORNE,
At 236 Broad Street, Under U. S. Hotel.
C LOCKS, WATClIE.S. 1EWELRY, Siber
and Plated WAR E ; %PECTACLES, Gold,
Silver and Steel; Optical and Surveying INSTR U
MENTS; MechanuicalTOYS for ehildren ; CA BLE
CHARMS; Cable Walking CANES, and:a large
and bcautiful variety of GOUDS, of most recent
styles, on sale at lowes-prices.
All work proni.ty and .flicently done, both in
the Watch and .lewelry line, as heretofore. Busi
ness personally attended to Goods will be weekly
arriving, of the newe-t pattrns.
A fair share , f patronaae, proportiona'e to an
ainp'e Stoek of every thing in his line, is revpect
hIENRY J. OSBORNE,
Watch, Optieta and Jewelry Establ shnent, 236
Broad Street, under the U. S. I lotel, and o)posite
the City Bank, Augusta, Ga.
August-i, Oct. 5, lt58 tf 39
CLARKE & ROYAL
DEALERS IN BOOTS & SHOES,
Opposite the Globe Hotel.
W OULD Respecttully return their th:nss to
- the eitizens of Edeefield for the very liberal
pytronage extended to them the past season, and so
-licit a continuance of their favours. We now "have
in Store one of the l.rgest and best selected Stocks
ever olt'ered in our ci'sy, and fi atter ourselves that
- we cana give satisfaction to all who mnay favor us with
'All varieties Ladies, ?lisues, Children and Genas
SHOES, from the lowest price to the finest articles
Plantation Brogans alJ qualities and priets nmade
House Servants Sh~oes, all " " " "
Men's thiex BOOTS for Wagoner's and Ditcher's
"heavy grained and Kip BOOTS,
Roy's thiek and Kip"
le Please give us a call and look for yourselvcs.
- CLARKE & ROYAL.'
Augusta. Oct. 5, 1858. Im 39
* ~ AIK~EN
Miliary & Classical Academy.
T HIS A CADEMY is desigrned for those who de
sire that their sons be carefully prepared for
admission into the South Carolina Collene or other
imilar Institutions, into the State Mil:tary Acad
emy, or for the active business of life.
The course'of studhies is spe cially adapted to
these ends, embracing so much .of the Englisha,
-Greek, Latin and French languages and the .Mathx
ematics as are requisite; in all of whicih it is the
aim of the Instructors that theii- Cadets become
thorough masters of fundamental principles, and
acquire habits of thought and self-dependence
Composition and Declamation receive their due
share of attention.
The Cadets are drilled in the Infantry Tactics ;
and the discinline of the A cademy is of the Mili
tary order,-strict, inflexible and impartial.
The second scholastic year will commence on
the F.rst Monday in January 1859, to. continue for
ten anonths exclusive of two weeks vacation in
June. Candidates for admission ndust be able to
read and write with facility, and not be less thant
thirteen years old.
Tuition, Board, Lodgings, Books, Lights and
Fuel, furnished for One Hundred Dollars per Ses
sion of five months, payable in advance.
Parents will be acquired to furnish the uniform
and other articles of clothing.
For further particulars apply to the nndefsianed,
GILES & MANGUM.
Aiken, S. C , Oct. 6, 185. 9t 39.
LONG BRANCHf ACADEMY.
. UlE second year 'of the above Institution will
*commence on MON D)AY, 4th of OCTOBER,
under the care of the subset iber.
The limit has been exten~ded to forty students, and
immediate applications are solicited, as it will be
much to the advantage both of pupils and instruQ
tor, to open with a full number.
The striotest discipline will be maintained, and
* the utmiost'eare exercised to guard students against
improper associntions and habits. No student can
remain in this Institution without strict obedience
.to rules, and cloq-e application to study.
Tuition as heretofore. Boad convenient to the
Acadenmy, at pleasant places.
JAM ES E. CROSLAND).
Beech lelanad, Sept. 21, 1858 4t 37
N OTICE--.ll persona indebted to Lhe Esta~te
of David Quzts, dec'dl., ar'e requested to pay
the samue without delay, and those having demiands
against thec same will re~nder themi in, p~roperly at
tested, for paymnent.
. ~~L. Bi.O0KS. 5 - os
Oct. 6, . ly 39.
N OTICE--Ali per-so'ns ind. bred to the Estate
Nof .1. B. Talbert, deceased, are regne'sted to
nake payment tanearly dae n hehavieg
demands against said listat"-, will renader them in
- properly attested for paymecnt.
U. M. TA LRERT, Adm,'or.
* Sept.?g_1858 l2ma 38
ESTR AYED from me.c near Millway, in
A bbeville District, on the dist P'eptembewr, a
White HOUND BITC II, with black cars arnd two
small black spots in her fore-h. ad. Any inforra
tion concerning said Bitch will be thankfully re
ceived. WALTER NICl1OLSON.
Edgefild C. H1., Oct 0 tf . 39
rJ 'EACHER WANVTED.-An election will
..be held by the Commissioners of -the Downer
(Orphan School. on the first Thursday in Novem
ber next, to fill the place of Teacher and Super
intendent in that Institution for the year 1859
Applicant4 for the situation can addr.ste the
H. R.00OK, )
TIHOA. J. D.\VIES, .Coin's
T. WV. WHIA TLh.Y)
Beech Island, S. C., Oct 6 5t.30
* TOTICE.--All persons having claims against
.1~the. Estate of Wmn. Blrogden, dec'dl., will
please. render them in, properly attested, for payr
ment; . and those indebted to said Estate ane
earnestly requested to pay the same as soon as
possible. - W W. S:t L , A d'or.*
Oct 6 4% ' 39
S T.MEA1RIUL L S.
From and after this date GR AIN may be ground
at nmy Mi ls on any day. e &, T. MIMSI.
Ju::o 14, tf 23
JJEMO1N8s-Just recc~ived five Boxes Cholec
LJMMONS. E. T. DAVIS, Agent,
kay 19 'If - 19
FALL DRY GOODS!
GRAY & TURLEY,
UNDER THE UNITED STATES HOTEL,
NO. 115 CONGRESS STRET,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND TI:1E PUBLIC, THAT THEY
ARE NOW RECEIVING
ONE OF THE
LARGEST, RICHEST AND CHEAPEST .
FALL AND WINTER STOCKS
Which they have ever brought to Augusta,
PURCBASED EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH,
IN NEW YORK, BOSTON, AND PHILADELPHIA, AND PRINCIPALLY
BEFORE AND SINCE TIlE GREAT RWSH OF
WERE IN MARKET, AT SUCH
CREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
As will warrant us in assuring our friends and Patrons that wean save them at least
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS VISITING OUR CITY FO, RENEWAL OF
SUPPLIES, WHO MAY HAVE BEEN' NORTH! THIS SUMMER,
WE WOULD SIMPLY SAY THAT WE
WILL DU-PLICATE ANY BIL*LS
Bought Regularly in New York City,
AT THE SAME PRICES,
SA.VING THEM THlE AMOUNT OF TRANSPORTATION AND EXPENSE
OF GOING AFTEFR TH EM.
ORS I lEM ONLY1tilE IN M 1l
ALL DAYS IN TilE YEAR, FOR THlE SOLE PURPOSE OF ATTENDING TO
THE BUYING OF SUPPLIES; THAT WE RECEIVE OUR #00DS
REGUTLARILY BY EVERY STEAMER, OF TilE VERY *
LATEST MODES AND FASHIONS,
AND YOU WILL READILY PERCEIVE THlE ADVANTAGE OF DEALING
IN SUlH AN ESTABLISUMENT.
APIONG OUR ASSORTMENT WILL BE FOUND
OF THlE SEASON, IN
Fine French MER INOS, in Plain anid Printed. froma 25 to 40 per cent. less than they
Engli$ MEIO and OULGS xtremely cheap;
Fine MOUSLIN de LAINES, from 12 to 25 centts.;
Double Exten~sion Steel Spring SKIRTS, from 81 50 to *2;
Fine Cloth CLOAKS, from *450 to *7; worth from *10 to $12;
Heavy large size Negro BLANKETS, from 60 cents to *1;.
KERSEYS, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST EVER
BROUGHT TO AUGUSTA.
DOMESTIC GOODS of every desci ption, wa.rrainted 10-719 cent, cheaper than they
can be duplicated short of New York,;
EMBROIERIES, UOSIERY, GLOVES, and Small War. i in great qjnantities, ex
ceedingly low priced ;
Splendid large Ipt of RIBBONS, from Auction, new styles, aed ve:'y low priced;
Frenich, English and Amiericanm PRINTS, (GINGIIAMS, CI! L(8 H LOMESPUNS
arAd DOMESTIC GOODS, in lull supplies ;
And in fact all articles usually kept in~ the
To which we respe'ctfully, invite the attention of the Public.
~PLEASE TO RECOLLECT OUR LOCATION.
raxnvf tljtv lniihr '9nf ft,
. SAVANNAH, GA. ,
GRAY & TURLtY,
Next above Henry Daly's Shoe Store.
Goods deliver'ed in Hamburg, if desired by
our. Carolina patrons, free of charge.
Asa, Sep 25 - 2m . 38
-DEALER N- '
P ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the
t' public in aenral, that he has just returned
from the North, after selecting from the choicest
Markets a FULL' A&SORTMENT of
Of the very latest styles, embracing all articles
usually kept for the outfit of
Gentlemen, Youths and Children,
A Isa, a fine lot of tee most fashionable U ATS,
SHOES, &c., together with a great variety of
Trunks, Valises, Ladies Bonnet Boxes,
Carpet Bags, &c.
It will always give me pleasure to exhibit my
Stock to any who will favor me with a call at ny
old stand next door to Bland & Butler's.
W'The Subscriber. being about to make a
change in his business, respectfully notifies all
who are indebted to him, either by Note or Ac
count, to come forward and settle the same by
January next, as I am necessarily compelled to
Sept 20 St 88
T 11E Subscriber offiers to any approved purcha
uer his desirable location witliu fur miles of
this vilagon the Columbia load. provided applien
ton is made in time to enable him to procure an
other place by the first of January next.
The Traot contaius 433 Acres, much of
which is good piney woods land. About one hun
dred and fi ty acres are cleared, and most of it in
good coudition,-none of it washed. The rest con
sists in the main of well-timbered native forest;
there ay be some 30 or 40 Acres of it grown up
in old-lield pine, but which is nearly as good as the
other woodlad for purptoses of farm culture.
There is not a better WATER.D piecea of land
in the District. As many an a half do.zen beautiful
clear p'ney wods bprmgs are seattered over A giv
ing rise to several perennial branches %which form
th head waters of L.,g Creek. The [louse Spring
is pronounced.one of the best in the middle ciountry,
as not oa.ly atrording the purest of free stone water,
hi.t being at once elegantly and substantially fixeli,
with reservoir, pump and bathing-huuseconvenieant.
Besides a comp.aratively new, airy and pretty
M1A NsluN IHOUSE, there are on the premises all
necessary outbuildines of the best dmeriplion, an
alsia. a superior TEN-PIN ALLEY of large di
menions. Aan exel'ent OlN A M INTAL FISIH
PON 1), now well-stocked with brian and perch, is
situated imnediately btlow the flouse-spring. The
gaa den thiewers fen the plaee, as also the fruit, (peach
es, ilum, apricots, grapes, alp'es, &C.,) aic of the
rarest kinds. In a word, the whol. establishent
is comaplete aniad in fine repair, besides eesessing
grounds P-useeptib!e off higlh improverment still in the
hrads of a gentleman or lady of taste and means.
Apply early, if at all. Prioe and terms in accor
dance with the v:a!ue of the property. A better
chance for a recdy-made home has not been offered
before in this district. A. SIMKINS.
Sepit 29, 1856 4t 38
BOOTS & SHOES!
P H. FLANIGAN & CO., of Colum
. bia. .. C., have opened a branch of their
busiatess at this place, and have now in " tore a
full Stock comprising a full assortment of all the
ditferent styles and qualities, consisting in part of
Ladies' fine Heel GAITERS and B00TEE R
o -.- SLIPPERS and liASEIlNS ;
Mirses' & Childrae's SLIPPERS & B0'E88;
Gentlem~ n's finea Pump Sole, Dress and Mater
Geneth umns' fine Pump sole, Dress and Water
Proof G \ITER'4;
Gentlemens' Patent Leathaer GAITERS and
Togeth~er witha a large Stock of Negro Bro
gans, Nail-soled, which are thought to be sup>t
rior to ataythig of the kind ever brought to tids
From past expaerienace ha the business, we ileel
satistied that we can
* Offer Induicemienits,
T'o pu-chasers thaat have never heen hecretofore of
feaed int dais Town. Our Stock is manufactured
by outrselves and botught, from the manufactmr..
BOOT.S, SHOES, &ce, of every kind made to
order ona sheortest no:ie
l7 Terms Cash for all ready made work.
P. H. FEAN.GAN & CO.
Edgefield C. H., Sept 28 Ot 38
-1E2 C'E A-1%TT
HIAMI3URG, 8. C.,
W ILL continaue thme Ware House ad Comnmis
sion Btusinecss at the Ware House oecnpied
by haim the hst two years, whlere lie will eiv~e hais
persoaaal attenationa to the STORIING and SE LLING
of COTTON and other PRODUCE.
Commnission for selling Cotton 25 cts per Bale.
Liberal C.,lh advanaces made on Cotton in Store.
Hamburg, Sept 8 m 1 3
* Thme Abbeville Banner, Laurenaville Herald
and A nderson Gazette copy 4 times and forward
bill to C . W.'
H. & N. E, SOLOMON
Hlansburg, S. 'O.
T IEpeasure in informing the planmterse andl
publia.geeral, that they are receiving' the
following articles from New York. Phailadielpheia and
Baltianore, which they will SELL AT LOW
BAGGING, BA LE ROPE,
.Java, Lagnyra and Rio COFFEES,
A. B. C. New Orleans and Crushaed SUGA R3,
New Orlean. and West Tndia MOL ASSES,
CII ERfSE, MACK EREL,
SPICES of~ all kinds,
Foreign and )onmeslic WINES and LIQUORS,
BOOTS. 311OES and lJA TS,
Negro, Bedl and Saddle B3LANKETS,
OSN ABHURGS ad Georgia PL AINS,
Lin-eedi and Tanners 01 [S,
WlllTiK LEAD) and TUJRPENTINE,
TOBHA CCO, a large assoatamnt,
INDIGO, M A DIERt, &c.,
Chaoice Tennessee IIA CON,
Batr, lloop, Nail Rod, ilorse Shoe and Band
IRON, of all sirxes.
And all other artiecles usually kept in the CR0
A large arsortnaent of Men's, Uoy's, Side an]l
Waggen SA DDLES,
BRIDLES and BITTS of all kinds,.,
Waggun, Carriage, B~uggy aand Overseer's Whip--,
Harness nad Stole LEATHI KR, &c., &c.,
Ail of which we will sell at
New York Retail Prices.
We will paay the amost liberal prices for Cotton and
other kInds of pro-Tuee.
II. et N. E. SOLOMON,
The Red House at the old stand of II. L~. Cun
aingheam & Co.
Ilamaburg, Sept. 29, 1 R58 tf 38
having just returned from thme Northern Mar
kets, I can supply my esstomaers with goods e~arsam
from thme manufae areas. and will be able to phlase
the most fastidious. Thamnkful for the patronage I
reeived whaile in the firm of II. IL. Cunningh:,mn &
Co., I taeke this opportun ty of soliciting the samei
for the New Firm.
(g" A bbe ville Banner, Independent I'ress, and
aurenaville Hlerald, will copy semi-moaathly, fur
N OTICE--All persona indebted to us by Nete
or Aecount, are eanstly requested to call at
eur Stre and paythem. We are coampelled totnake
colleetieons ; anad trust this'timelv anotice will so be
unheedgd. BLAND &g DUTLER.
Sept.,29, 1858, 3f8.
STOTI(W AiI persons are fo'rwamna d frm tra
ding for a Note elven to Parke. & Wooduon,
for one hnad rod and fifty dollars,. antd due the 15th
of Octol a:, 1858; tns the consideration for whiet
the vote wuas given has totally failed, and I will nol
pay it unles compelled.
A. W. YOUNQBLOOD.
naL 5, 195 3t'-e
1J.M.NE iw. WBY & 00.,
WHWLESALE IND RETAIL DEALERS IN
C L - T A -3 ,
Under the U. S. Hotel,
JOsrE PIE M. NEWBY & CO., Au
C gusta, Ga., -.t their old and well known stand
under the United States lIlotel, are now receiving
the LARGGST and BEST SEL ILCTED 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 a-range
nients with the famous liouse of D. Devlin & Co,
to receive weekly their
Newest Broadway Styles!
Besides Clothina, we keep the bestmake and fit of
M ERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
Socks, Gloves, Euspenders, Neck Ties,
&C., &c., &c.
In the Manufacturing Department, can always
be found the best and most fashlinable
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings
Lr Thankful for the liberal patronaee for years
past, we ask our old lkdaefleid friends, and all
strangers visiting the City, to call on us and ex
amine our stock.
Augusta, Sept 12 tf 36
FALL AND WINTER
Under the Auguista Hotel.
CLAYTON & KENNADY
ARE NOW R ECEIVENG
The Largest and most Complete
TfIl Y 11 AVE EVER CFFERED FOR SALE IN
TIlla NAlRKlET. ANI> R1iNPECTFTLLY
ibvri TIlEIR kl.D CU'OMiERS
AND TIlE PUBLIC GENERAL
LY, TO CA l.L AND EXAM
Fashionable and Well-Made
FOR MEN AND BOYS' WEAR.
they keep a full supply of
\lERINO UNDRlIs$IltTS. I R.\WER'S, CRA
11AM.DK ERCIlI EF'S, &c.
H A TS A ND C AP S,
OF TILE LATEST STY LES.
CLAYTON & KENNADY.
A ugueta, Sept._28 1t58 2ma 38
Fall and Winter Styles.
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS,
'W.:LlEssaleO a 1 d.Hot Ail.
GEO. W. FEIORY, .4n2nsta, Ga., is
now pre pa'ed to greet his custome'rs with
a new and extensive assortmnent of
Gents. Fall style Moleskin and (Cassimere ILATS,
"' " " Fremch and A mer. felt do
" " "Cloth, silk Velvet, Plush and
Glazed Silk CA P.;
Youths and Buys l1ATS and CAPS, all kinds;
Chil,e s Fancy do 'do elegant styles;
Velvet,,e-ilk, Chir;eal, Straw anud Lace I ONN ETci
Silk, Sco'tch Ging. andl Paragon UMBREhh.\S;
Men's and lioys Wool llATS, ci ery variety of
styIe and quality;
These doods are direct, fromd zuannfactni-ers,
made experessly for this market, and will lbe sohd
as low as same qunality of Goods cn be sold anuy
where. Call and see.
. GEO. W. FERR Y,
L'icer & Masa C 1/tll, Bro ad S.'r c t,
13 ill procJe ed to sell at thbo late residencee of
Alifred Nay, dleue , on T H UlRSDAYL the 2Wth
iat, all the htzal and Personal in opcrty of acid
leeesed, tOnaisting (f thze
A djoining lanzds oef Jl .nhi. May, t. W. Corley,
E. A. 1)iorn a::d! o!.bers, anid cont~..ing Three hun
dred and] tifty notes.
The abave Tuact eof Ennd will e 'held in three
se,:rae parcels or tracts, viz: The* West end lying
on both sies of the lsland Ford Road, andi con1
taing one h~undred andt liity aces. Thieo East
,d, I:rinu on the Mlathis Road, and containuing
One ihudred an.l ifty acres. And the idd~le
p ~ortion). ininhding the im'provements, and contain
ing Fifty nces.
One other Tract of Land,
Formerly owned by Mrs. Mary Mhty, lying on the
Meathis noad, adcjoininig lnnds of Jlohn S. Pointty,
J. . Onzts and others, and cou:aining Two hun
dred and highty-four acres.
The inierest of the decased in a Tract of Land
knawn as thme I leuy Clark pilace, adjouiningz lands
Levi Koon and others, and containing about Sev
On Likely Negro, Onme 9.ne Stallion, tnine head of
Planta~ion Horses, Cattle, IHogs, one Wag. n, one
Bugy, Plantation and Illacksmnitha Tools, Corn,
Fodder, Wheat, Househol and Kitchen Furniture
and other articles too tedious to mention.
WTerms of sale, made known on day of sale.
Persons having demands against the deceased
will render in the amount of their demands on or
before the day of sale; and tho-e ii~debted are re
quested to make pay nment as soon as practicable.
C. 11. MAY, ) Ex'rs.
llENRY IlARtT. f
Ot 4 _ d _ __ li.
Land for Sale,
IL E Subscriber off'ers for sale a Tract of Land
Lying immeudiately otn Dry Creek. and bounededl by
lands of lDr. .lohn Mobley, Mi M. P'adgett, T. S.
Vrht and othi-rs. This is a valuable 'i raet.
Near 200 acres are ceared land, mostly fresh-and
in a good state of cutivation. The remnaindler is
line woodland. On the premis's is a good Dwel
ling, good Gin lion-e anod Screw, and all necessary
out buildings. Twrms accomnmodlating.
SIf not sold at private s e before the 1st
Monday in January next, wall then be offecre-d at
public oute y- W NI- ROI)G iRS.
~ept. 22, 1858 4t* 37
LAND FOR SALE,
T Il031 who wish to boy land in Edgefield
would do well to come and see mn.. h-have au
good proportion oif woods, old field, and also some
good b,ttomn LA ND-4,'n the Creek, and fresh lad.
I will sell in one or two Tracts, to suit the purcha
sers provided I can sell the whole.
--3. F. MAYS.
Oct. 5, 1858 3/39
r RY IT.-Thomson's Celebrat' d Washing
.LCempound and Transpirent h'oaps.
Also, a flne article of Colgate's Toilet Soap.
W. E. LEGG.
IL BOULW AtE,
L EW18 COVAR,
-.W. W. SALE,
For cleri.. -
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
* LEWIS COLEMAN,
F'or Taz. CO23.otor.
C. A. HORN,
T. J. W11ITAKER,
. * CHAS. M. MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
31mcor Crcl L a -Y.
. DAVID BODIE,
J. P. ABN EY,
D. L. TURNER.
W. F. DURISOE,
19. C. B U T LEM
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Law Range,
EDOBFIELD C. I., S. C.
May 15 ,f 25
rHE Undersigned having formed a partnership
I in the PRACTICE of LAW and EQUITY
for Edgelield District, will give prompt and dili
ent attention to all business entrusted to their
The residence of Mr. Own-s is at Barnwell C.
H-that of Mr. SEIsELs at Edgefield, S. C.
W. A. OWENS.
May 26 tf 20
.L C A Xn23.
S B. GR IFF I X. A ttorney at L AW and
o Solicitor in EQUITY, will attenel punctually
to all business entrusted to his care.
le may.be found at all times either in the Office
of the Commissioner in Equity, or in his own
Ofice immediately in renr of the Court House.
EJUGEFIELD C. H.,.May 19, 1th38. tf 47
1. II. YOUNGBLOOD,
.d.ttor2.eT at Law V,
W 1LL attend promptly to all business placed
in his hands.
17Office at Edgefield C. If., S. C.
May 19 tf 10
W ILL attend promptly to all business of the
W profession entru-ted to his .care.
OFFICE, Edgefield C. II., S. C.
April 6 1858 tf 13
THE Stubi.criber having furnished himself with
a license to use this N EW PROCESS of
INSERTING ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
I noy ready to serve all who may need such, with
n assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a
closer resemblance to the natural organs, thtan can
e realized by any other methoi. Its perfect pu
rity, cleanliness, freedom fromn all taste, or galvanie
ensation, durability, comfort and security, are
atong the advnmt.ges claimted for this SUPERIOR
ode of setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, t( ,24
F. H. CANDEE,
WATCII MAKER AND JEWELER,
S ever readv to do all kmdacl of JODBING con
tnected with the business, at the old stand of
LI A. Giay.
-.A Las OO
small ass rttownt i FINE~ JEWELRY, wihich
will be sold cheap.
JEWELRY and SOCIETY BA DGES made to
rii and warranted.
gg-rrat ticular attention will be paid to Watilh
Edeled, Se'pt 13if >
T FEO S. .y. & C. II. MIO IS E,
SUCCESSORS TO LE~E Jr, MOISE,
Nwo. 7, Ulayne Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jan 27 ly 3
I, H. STEARNS . ,,
ommision Dealers in Everyhinug
U SE F U L.
Special atleuntion given to B3UYING, SE LLING
ud RtEPAIIRING MACHINERY.
Broad Street, near Mtechanic's Bank, A ugusta,
TW1lE Subscriberts ive fot med a cop.artn, rshiip
1under the style of
3. S. & 3. A. BOWEEL, & CO.
For the purpose or conducting a
General Factorage & Corrmission Business,
IN THlE CITY OF' CIlARL.ESTON,
tu aolicit connignments of COT TON, FLOUR,
R AIN, and oi.. r c-ountry produce ''or t'lIe.
.lA3ItS S. liOWll and .i0llN A. BOWlE,
will dlevote teir enti ttme to the'businebs.'
Olice on Central i inrf.
..J. S. BOWlIE,
.1. A. IK)WIIE,
L~. BOWI E.
spt. 21, 1858 St 37
ThIlRD ANNUAL FAIR
The State Agricultural Society,
OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
'1o 1o hoelci at Col1mebia,
oN 'ril E
9te, 10th, 11th and 12th November next
TpH E Exe'entive Committee of the South Caro
lina Agrienittorail Societ~y respectfully call the
ttention of the tOCTHIERN PEOPLh to theit
approahintg anniversary, at which Premmms will
be awarded for all articlea of
Agricultural, Horticultural, or Ne*
As well as LADIES FANCY WORK and DO
ME~STIC ECONOM V.
The Hfalls for the convenience of Exhibitors are
spacious and admirably arranged, and considera.
be addition has bcetu made to the Stalis for the
accommodatiun of animails.
All articles intended for exhibition will be frans.
portd to) and fronm the Fair by the Rail Roads fh
outh Carol na free of charge, at the owner's risk,
save the South Carolina R. R., whlich will require
one half freight.
Visitors for one fare can procure tickets to gc
Exhibitors are eartnestly requested to forward
their articles early, and to give the ft. R~. Officer
timely notice of the timo and'point of shipment.
A. 1P. CAL HOUN,
J. F. MARSHA LL,
A. HIARtfEE, Exe've
. W. R. ROBERTSON, Corn.
D. W. RAY,
J. A. MET TS, J
R. J. GAGE.
- OctO 6 t5 89
Pay or be Sued!I
LL~ peisons indebted to the Subscribers, eitl.el
.L~.by Note or Account, are notified that thel
are expected to pay the same, by or b. fore return
tay next--otherwise their acenunts and notes wi
be plaed in the hands of our. Attorney, S., i
Griffin, Ksq , for collection. This is fair wvarnmg~
and yen that are interested, woald do well to tak
due notc. MAR.KERT & GOTTSCHALK.
Aug. ,1858 i-0
L. C. DEMING
BARGINS FOR 'BE MONEY!
0- 0-- -
HAVE now in Store my entire- Stock uf STA
PLE and FANCY DRY GOOD, which
shall be sold at Lowest Posible Prises.
IN DREAS GOODS, I have -
D.uble Imup. ROSES;
Robe .POMPA I>ORF
,1upor's andi Arnold's HAMMERED STERL
SPRINGS. No other Skirts cen equal the aboye.
Also, on hand the ordinary FKIR Is.
IN EVERY bTYLI AN1D QUALITY.
GEO. SCHLEY' i NEGR0 GOODS
Warranted all Wool filling.
Kerseys, Csnaburgs, Homespuns, 4c.
at the Mlanufactuirer's prices.
White Mackinaw Blankets,
So favorably known, aud. <,f which I sold and al
walys give, satisfaction.
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet Cloaks,.
A beautiful and complete assortment.
In every style, quality cud priga.
HOSIERY, &c., &c.,
Embramaine every article usually kep. in a DRY
GOODS STORE, all of which shall be
SOLD AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
g* An examination uf ,ny itock is r-spatrally
L. C. DEMING.
CORNER, UNDER GLOBE OTEL.
4ugusta, Ga.,* pt 13 tf 36
SPLENDID FALL & WINTER
RAMSEY & LABAW,
(Opposite the Union Bank,)
aAx~tasta, Gicrgeorgi fa, - -
R fl URiN their thanks to their 'uineiaus
friend- and custoasners for their liberal patron
age, and beg to assure thmi th.,t they are now.
mi.mac~iiturinag . * *
ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST
Ever offered in the City, at prices below last year.
We have in addition the LARGESjT Stonk of
In the South. all of our own mnke. -
gt* We inivit.: olar friend in EdgelEeld'and the
adjuming Ijitaict, to give our r-t ek an exafislun
tiou. We are always anxia-us to exhisit our Ge" do,
and are confident that the QLJA4.1.TY aild'PRICHS
of our Clothing must give satisfaction.
Augusta, Sept. 22, if . -7
H EN R Y DA LY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS & SHOES,
Under the United States llotel,
BEGS to inform his: friend. and'the pulic thlat
his jnst openinsr one of the LARGEST,
BEST and CHEAPEST Stocks of
.BOOTS, SHO0ES, TRtUli,
Thatlaoh lasa ever brougilt to A' ugusta, selected '~
carefully fronm the Manufacturers, personally, aad
paurch aed entirely for CA Si, which enables himt..
to ofl'r sauperioar iumduc mnts to those who may
favor himt with a call.
'5,000 Pair of Splendlid Plantation BR OGANS,
of very superior quality, exceedinagly cheap;
10 Cases of very supeFior Hair Lined Water
Prooaf BOJOTS, entirely nsew, and desirable for the
With a ful( assortmient of Ladies and Misses
iI1ELED andl UNIIEELKD GAITkRLS, SLIP
PEltM, D \SKINS, &c., &c., to all of whichI
would respectfully invite the attenat on of the pub
lic. h ENRY D~ALY,
NEXT DOORt TO GRhAY & TURLEY.
Atuusta, Sept 2'. :, tf 38,
[ hIAVE just returned frerm the North, after
purichasirag m.c of thet fllaest Stocks of
Drugs, Medlinejs, Paints, Oils, Glass,
PERFUM EPt'r, &c., &c ,
\uad in fact, every other article kept .In a first
class D~rug Store.
Befo're purchasing elsewhserbelve me a call. I
aly want a trial, LW satisfy you that I anm willing
to sell goods on the most reasonable terms.
Sly Store is the Apotheccary's' Hall under the
.\ugusta hute I.
TIJOS. P. FOGARTY.
AAuusta, Sept 2s II 37
P. S.--Received this day 500 Oz. Sulp. Q UI
NINE, which will be sold at $:1,00 por oz., Cash.
61. M. CALHIOUN,
General Oammission M~erchant;
RECEPVING AND) FORWARDING
Three doors below Warren Block, Reynolds Street,
'ORl th ale of iReal Eetate, tStocks, Bonds and
Nero . .s, striet persoal attention
zive~n rt sale oaf Cotton, Wheat, Flour, Corn, Oat.,
Rice, Sugar, Molasses, Cos'e, Bacon and Produce
generally.. . .
Consignments solicited oaa the above articls, on
all of which liberal advances will be made.
'Cotton sold at thae highest market prices, for 25
Augusta, t'ept 29 3m .87
GEORGIa PL AINS,
SBIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS,
At Factory PrIces!I /
A LL those in want of such Good. would do
well to glvo-eos a call before paurchasing else
where. DICKEY & PUIflBS.
Augusta, 0.1., ZSept 13 - tf 36
Cherry Bounce aiid Cordial!
T H E Subscriber has just received 'a fine supply
of SUPERIOR CiIKRRY BOUNCE AND
CORDIA L, which is a most de'lightftil drink, and.
an excelletnt summer .bererage. Call early and
get a dozena bottles or so, as-it is going off like
"hot cakes." W. E. LliGG.
July 14 $f 27 --
STATE OF SOUTHI- CAROLINA,
- IN COMMON f'LEAS.
E. II. Chamberlain,
. e. Foreign AttcassentS
.John C. Thomas. ) ~
the lIefensdant having ethrwfnrAttornhy,
Sknown t., re-si.e withia the l' is ofAbis' tateo
- whom opies of said declarato with rule. topla
I ean be cerved, Oan-motion of MIeuu's. uri&
.11iaron, Plaiutiff's Attorneys, Ordettd, Th'at sa
, Defenentt appear and plead to said -Deela
a within asyar and a day from thsedate heeeof,:ee
fina! and absolute judgement edl:.e.iven. agla~
him. ..THOS. G. SACON, c.o.w. .
-ntk'sOfo Spt.e ?a:7.1858., ly2<