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JAMES G. BAILIE & BROTHER
205 Broad St, Augusta, Ga., and
,JAMES G. BAILIE,
2M4 Xing Street, Charleston, S. C.,
Importers, J obb e r s and Dealers
IN ALL KINDS OF
Royal Velvet CARPETING;
Brussels and Tapestry CARPETING;
Imperial and Three-ply CARPETING;
Superb and Superfine CARPETING;
Wool, Dutch and Hemp C ARPETING;
Cotton Chain and Wool filling CARPETING;
English a'd American VENETIANS, for Church
Isles, Entries and Stairs;
Stair CARPETS, and Stair RODS;
F LOOR OI L C.L OTHS,
From three to twenty-four feet Wide, thoroughly
. Seamed, for ROOMS and ENTRIES;
Hearth Rugs, Door Nats, &c.;
64, 12-4 and 16-4 DRUGGETS; Felt DRUG
GETS and Crumb CLOTHS;
White and Red Check MATTINGS.
-Also,.a full supply of
Windoi Shades and Trimmings!
We beg to inform our friends, and the public
generally, that we have opened a CARPET STORE
In Augusta, Ga., in connection with our Charleston
House, where .we will keep a full and fresh stock
of all the above Goods, and which we will sell as
low as the same grade of Goods can be purchased
in New York er elsewhere.
-All purchasers wishing Carpets made up,
fitted and put down, or Oil Cloths and Mattings
laid,- can have it properly attended to, as we keep
in our employ thorough and experienced Carpet
JAMES G. BAILIE,
- 2.4 King street, Charleston, S. C.
J. 0. BAMILE & BROTHER.
205 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga
Oct 1ti* 40
For the sale of
OF ALL KINDS.
AGUT FOR L JOHNSON & CO.,
R. HOE & CO.,
. AND OTHER PRINTING PRESS MAKIERS.
PRINTING INKS, OF BEST QUALITY,
At RManufactur's Prices.
The Sub.criber begs to call attention to his
LARGE STOCK OF
. Writing and Wrapping Paper
of all kinds, whsich lhe will sell very LOW FoR CASH,
or short credit on large sums.
JOSEPH W ALKER.
120 Meeting St., Charleston, S C.
October 12, 1858 . t. 40
- Sheriff's Sale.
B Y Virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Facias to
me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge
field Court House, on the first Monday and Tues
day in. November next, the following property, in
the following cases, viz:.
John Co'gan, and others, vs. H. Boulware,
Two 1ots of Lamd in the Village of Edgefield con
taining two acres each, adjoining lots of- M. Fra
zier &n the Stage Road, and W. W. Goodman.
-*Plats of the same will be exhibited on the day of
sale. Aiso, two negroes, viz: Albert and Dan.
-JAS. E1DSON, S E D.
- Oct 18 8t 40
State of South Carolina,
.Abigal Stalnaker, Applicant,
Susan Stalnaker and}
T. L. Martain, Guar., ad litem, Def'ts.
BY an Order from the Ordinary of Edgefleld
District, I shall proceed to sell at Edgefleld
C. H., on the first Monday in' November next, for
partition, the Real Estate of Samuel Stalnekef,
dee'd , a Tract or Parcel of Land lying and being
in the District and State aforesaid containing ene
hundred and forty-three (148) acres, more or less,'
and bounded by lands of S. B. Strom, Tandy
Buckhalter and T. Seigler.
Terms-On a credit of twelve months from the
day of sale. Purchaser to give Bond with good
personal security and a Mortgage to the Ordinary
to secure the purchase money. Costs to he paid
in cash, and to pay for Titles extra.
JABS. EIDSON, S. E. D.
Oct St 40
B Y virtue of an order from W. F. Durisoe.
Ordinary of Edgelield District, I will proceed
-to sell at the late residence of .1. B. Taelbert, dee'd.,
orn Thursday, the 18th November nwxt, the follow
Ing property, being a portion of the personal Es
tate of said deceased, viz:
Household and Kitchen Furniture, one Buggy
and Hlarnees, two or three Horses-one a fine Bug-'
gy or Carriage Horse-a choice lot of Cattle and
Sheep, two or three Yoke of Oxen, one Ox Cart,
TERxs oF SALE-All sums of an under $5 eash
-over that amount on a credit of twelve months.
B. M. T ALBERT, A d'or.
Oct.12 1858 5t 40
List of Letters.
R EMAINING in the Post Office at Edgefield C. 11.,
S. C., uncalled for on the 1st Oct., 1858. Persons
calling for Letters on this list will please say, " Ad
A-G. W. Allen, A. W. Abbil, M. P. A bney,
J. Amaeker. II. Adams.
B-J. S. Burmup, J. Bacon, 2, N. Burton, 2, R.
G. Brown, J. lioothe, F. Bullock.
C-P. J. Coiman, 4. Dr. W. Colman, H, irs of J.
C. Caia, E. Cornette, L. M. Churchell, U.Coumnpty,
Mrs. N. Coatwick.
D, E--Miss .1. E. Deavedeny. Mrs. E. Dennes.
W. -W. Dand, W. Doby, Miss M. Eveno WV. L.
Ehney & Bro.,
G, H--B. L. Gill, 2, W. W. Garrett, Gen. D.
M. Heath, M. WV. lolaton, WV. Holeton, L. Hlurlong,
Miss S. Hlunter, W. J. Hall.
J, K-Mrs. M. Jones, C. Jones, W. W. JTen
nings, W. II. Jones, J. H. Knox, T. G. Key, MI. N.
L-J. M. Lanham, 2, R. L. Lofion, J. Lourey.
W. Isoveland, Dentns Lowe.
MI-P. Mill, Miss Sus. Moore, 2. A. Mulling, Mis.
M N. Morgan,-.1. F. & R. IL Middleton, Rev. Pen
siorner J. Milton, J. Moore, J. May., 2.
0, P, U-Dr. J. W. Ogilve, Miss M. Outz, A.
Powel, E. Permenter, Y. Rebson, B. Roper, Mrs.
5, T-Mr. N. Stevenson, 2, J.Swindle, A Swear
Ingen, Miss A. Sego. Miss A. Steedman, 2, 5. C.
-Strum, 2, M. Smith, Dr. W. II. Temmerman, E.
W.-Mises B. Wells, Mis M. Whitcombn, J. Was.,
son, W. W. White, J. C. Well, Col. It. Wosh, 1'.
H. Warker, Mrs. S. Whitloek.
A.-RAMSAY, P. M.
Oct. 13, 25 40
-CLOCKS! CLOCKS! CLOCKS!
AND NO MISTAKE.
C ALL at F. H. CANDEE'S and examniine the
best Clocks ever introduced in the southern
market. A new style, entirely plain, pretty and
sttbstantial. Warranted for ten years if well used.
Edgefeld, Ot e18. . tf 40
A LL Persons indebted to me, either by Notm
' or Accouht, will be-called on for .pay ment
in full in January next.
Raving parially replenished my Stock I will
continue to gIve good Bargains as ustual.
. , T. ROOT.
* ~ IB ,259 40A
FALL DRY GOODS!
GRAY & 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
LARGESTr RICHEST AND CHEAPEST
FALL AND WINTER STOCKS
Which they have ever brought , to Augusta,
PURCHASED EXCLUSIVELY FOR CAStE,
IN NEW YORK, BOSTON, AND PHIILADELPIHA, AND PRINCIPALLY
* BEFORE AND SICE THE GREAT RUSH OF
WERE IN MARKET, 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
WILL DUPLICATE ANY BILLS
Bought Regularly in New York City,
AT THE SAME PRICES,
SAVING THEM THE AMOUNT OF TRANSPORTATION AND EXPENSE
OF GOING AFTER THEM.
OURS IS THl OQl flUEIlN (II
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 TH E VERY
LATEST MODES AND FASHIONS,
AND YOU WILL READILY PERCEIVE THlE ADVANTAGE OF DEALING
IN SUCH AN ESTABLIShlMENT.
AMONG OUR ASSORTMUENT WILL BE FOUND
OF THlE SEAS.ON, IN
Fine French MERINOS, in Plain and Printe'd. from 25 to 410 per cent. less~ than they
Fin MUSIN de LNEfromn 12 to 2e nts;
Double Extension Steel Spring SKIRTS, from *l 50 to *2;
Fine Cloth CLOAKS, from *4 50 to $7; w'orthi from *10 to *12;
Heavy large size Negro BLANKETS, from 60 cents to $1;
KERSEYS, THE REST AND CHEAPEST EVER.
BROUGHT TO AUGUSTA.
DOMESTIC GOODS of every description, warranted 10 per cent, cheaper than they
EMBRO IDEIES hOSIERY, GLOE, and Small Wares, in great quantities, ex
Splendd larlt of RIBO from Aution1,t new styes, and very low pricUNS
and DOMESTIC GOODS, in full supplis ;
And in fact all articles usually kept in the
To which we respectfully invite the attention of the Public.
PLEASE TO RECOLLECT OUR LOCATION,
Unoer flyr 1nitdo StaIte~ fotti,
- ppodit fly 4h1tai ?)j1t~e,
GRAY & TURLEY,
Next above Henry Baly's Shoc Store..
Goods delivered in Hamburg, if desired by
our Carolina patrons, free of charge..
Augunana Sept 25 2mi 38
A. J.- PELLETIER. & CO.,
-se-3Urg, s. c.,
Paints, Oils, Perfumery, &c.,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Hamburg, Oct 6, ~m 89
WATCH, CLOCK & JEWELRY
E P1RAIM TWEEDY, Augusta, Gen.,
near the Lower. Alarket, las now a L A RG E
aid FINE Stock of
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Of the latest styles and fashions.
CLOCKS of the best make and warranted to
keep time nt, prices ranging from $1,60. to $12
WATCHES of the newest patterns, both Silver
and Gol 1, of the best and most substat-tial kind,
and warranted to keep good time.
JEWELRY of the newest and rarest styles,
Lava, Cameo, Coral and all Gold Setts.
BRA CEL.ETS FINGER RINGSCHAINS, &c.,
of the richest variety.
WClocks, Watches and Jewelry repaired and
warranted by the .est Workmen.
Give E. TWEEDYa trial.
Augusta, Oct. 6 Sm 89
A LARGE assortment of all kinds of Spee
tacles kept constantly. on band, and I feel
confident, from twelve years experience, that I
can please all ages. .-all at
Clock, Watch and Jewelry Store,
Sign of the Watch and Spectacles, near the Lower
Market, Augusta, Gai -
Oct 6 .: 3m s9
FALL OF 1558.
HENRY J. OSBORNE,
At 236 Broad Street, Under U. S. Hotel
C LOCKS, WA-TCHES, JEWEL Y. Silver
and Plated WA E; SPECTACI4KS, Guld,
silver and 8teel; Opt laaiand Surveying INSTRU
MENTS; NleclnnidalTOYS rur clilren; CA 3LE
CHARMS; Unble W1ilking CAN ES, and a large
and binutiful variety of GOUijS, of most recent
yles, on sale at low-4' prices.
All work iprom.t'yand efficiently done, both in
the Watch and .lewelry line, as heietofore. Bu.i
ni'ss peronally attebie&I to Goods will be we-kl%
arriving. uf the neuest paitterns.
A fair share , f patronage, porosportiona-e to an
ample Stock of evrry thing in hi. line, is rerpect
ful.y solicited. E YS.
- :. H iENRY J. OSB1ORNER,
Watch, Optical and' Jewelry Establ.shment, 23G
Broad Street, undhirhe U: S. 1Ioel, and opposite
the City Bank, Augpsta, Ga.,
August-i, Out. 5, 1158 t _ 39
DEALERS 1BOOTS & SHOES,
Opposite the Globe Hotel.
WOULD Respertully return their thanLs to
the citizens of Ed.efield t1r the very liberal
patronage extendoed to them the pastseason, and so
ieit a continuance of their favours. We now have
i Store one of the Largest and best selected Stocks
ever offered in our ei y, and fl:tter ourselves that
e can give satisfaction to atl who may favor us with
e all. ia~te
AllTvaiesLdisisses.'Clildren and Gents
HOES, fromt the lowest price to the fincst articles
PIhm'ation Brogans all qualities al pricts made.
H ouse Scrvanta Shoes, alI " * t .
Men's thiex BCOTS. for Wagoner's and Diteiher's
" heavy grained and Kip BOOTS,
Boy's thick and Kip "
ITm Please give us a call and look for yourslvm s.
CLARKE & ROYA L.
Augusta. Oct. 5, 1858, 1.m 39
RESH DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C
"IlHE Subscribers tslce plcasuro in uinformine
Itheir friends and patrons that they are NOW
ECEIVING a Larsge Addition to thecir al
eady extensive Stock of TPURE and FREShIl
)rugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
We are prepared and will take pleasuwo in fur
nishina~ Physicians with a .COMPLEt'E OUTFIT
f Medici' es Instrumtents, Shop Fur,.iture, Medi
cal eaddle Bags, a c., &c , &c.
T O T HE L A D IES.
We will also say to the La.lics that our Stock
oprises A LL articles for the TOILET, from the
ressing Comb and Brush to the richest Perfume
ry. Fine Soaps, Pomades, I lair Restornt,ves, De
latory. Cosmetics, Lubin's Genuine Extracts, &c.
Ala,, FL AYOlING EXTRACTS for Culina-y [pur
TO THE PLANTER
e say. your wants have been attended to in our
present selecti'>n. Fenmd in your orders, or comne
n and let us put you up a compllete Plant ition
se of Medicines, lnstrumentsq, &c., with full di
rectionts for use. in all simple cases, and thereby
ae time, money and health. A simple cathartic
or the timely administration of arn emneric, or an
modyne, does and will often break the chain of
orbid action, thereby preventing serious and pro
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY
We extend the invitation to call on us. We have
all of the most reputable nostrums recommnended
o cure almost all of the ills and achecs to whichb
flesh is heir to. If you cannot finda anything.
dapted to your case, we wIll exert onr skill in|
preparing something for your relief.
gPrescriptions filled with accuracy and dis
tatl~ at alU hours, day or night.
LCall and examine our Stock at the Drug
ore under the Odd Fellows' & Masonic flall.
A. G. & T J. T EA GUE.
Edgeild, April 28 tf 16
Oetagon Burial Cases
T HE Subscriber keeps constantly on hand at'lisi
..gurniture Room., opposite thme Post Otljee, a
large assortment of this new style of METALIC
BURIA L CASES, of beautiful form, and finished
in perfect resemblance of highly polished ROSE
WOOD. These CASiKS are now extensively used
and possess many valuable advantages over all
Cofins now before the public.
I wIll also keep ready for delivery at a moment's
warning, a line Stock of WOOD COFFINS, of my
own manufacture, and of all sizes, prim-s and quality.
JOHN MI. WITT.
Edgefield. May 13 if 18
My terms for selling META LIC BURIAL CA
SES is Cask, but should the cash niot accompany
the order, interebt will be charged from the day of
delivery. JORN M. WflT.
N. B.-Wood Coffins'will be sold as formerly.
Jan. 20 tf 2
N OTICE-All persons indebted to the Estate
of David Ousts, dec'd., are requested to pay
the same without delay, and those having demands
against tfie same will sender them in, properly at,
tested, for payment.
3. J. OUZTS,Ex'r
L. BIOOKS. ' os
Oct. 0, 1y 89
N OTICE..All persons indebted to the Estate
of J1. B. Talbert, 1deceased, are requested to
mke payment at an early date, and thuse having
demands against said Estate, will render them in
properly attested for payment.
B3. M. T ALBERT, Adm'or.
Sept. 29, 1858 12m 38
Edgefield Beat Company,
YOU are hereby commttanded to be and appeat
Eat your regular parade ground, en Saturday,
the 6th November next, armed and equipped as
the law directs for drill and instruction..
By order of Capt. BRYAN.
H. CaooaER, 0. S.
Oct 18 49
J. NEWBY & 00.,
WHOLESALE AND -RETAIL DEALERS IN
C L 13.MlG
Under the U. S. Hotel,
JOSEPIE ff. NEWBY & CO., Au
gusta, Ga., at their old and well known stand
under the United States I lotel, are now receiving
the LARGEST and BEST SELP.CTED Stock of
They have ever kept, for Men and Boy's wear,
from their own Manufactury, 139 Fulton Street,
New York. *
THEY GET UP THE VERY BEST STYLES
And. in addition to this, they have made arrange
ments with the famous iouse or T). 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
1[7 Thankful for the liberal patronare for years
past, we ask our old Edgefleld friends, and all
stranaers visiting the City, to call on us and ex
amine our stock.
Augusta, Sept 12 tf 36
T I1E Subscriber offers to any pprowed purcha
si..his desirable location within 0our miles of
this village on the Columbia ,ond, provided applica
ton is nwide in time to enable' him to procure an
other place by the first of .laniary next.
The Tract contains 433 Acres, much of
which is good poiney we Os land. About one hun
dred and fi ty acres are cleared], and most of it in
good eondi'ion.-none of it washed. Tie rest eon
sists in the aniin of we'l-timbered native forest;
there may be sonic 30 r 40 Acres of it grown up
in old-lield );ne, but which is nearly as good as the
othetr woodiind for purpses of arin culture. ,
There is not a better WATER ED piece of land
in the I jistrict. As inny as a half-dozen beautiful
clear p ney woods springm are scattered over it, giv
ing risc to several perinial branches- which lorni
the liead waters of Lag Creeik. The Ilouse Spring
is pronounced one of the best in the am.iddle cmuntry,
as not oi.ly nifVarding the pureat ol fri e stone water,
blt bein. at onsce eleganily and substantially lixed,
with reservoir, pump and bathing-house convenient.
Beides a ciiopiratively new, airy and pretty
11 ANSI lN 110 USE, tiere are nll the prem'ses all
neessoary outbuillin.-s of the best descriptIon, as
also a superior TEN-PIN A LLEY or large 'di
inenions. Ali excelent OURN AM ENTA L FISII
PON 1), now well-stocked with brim and perch, is
ituated innmediately bel-w the I louse-spring. The
gardei flowers on the plaeIt, ts also the rruit, (peach
es, pluis, apricots. grapte, app~es, &c.,) aic of the
rarest kinds. In a word, the whole c.tablishmleit
is comipete and in fine repair, braides possessing
gro'unds ru~eecptib!c of liigha improvemrnt still in the
ht ~ads of a gentleman ort laidy of taiste zuacnd eains.
Apply early, if at all Price and terms int necor
dance with the valbe oaf the piropierty. A bette~r
chance for a read y-made home lias tnot beien ofi'red
before in this district. A. SIMKINS.
Sept 29, 185 't - 38
BOOTS & SHOES!
P HL F LANIGAN & CO., of Coltum
ahia. S. C., have opened a birancht of their
busintess at thtis place, and have now in Ntre a
fnll Stock comnprisinig a full assortmienit of all tho
dife.rent styles anid qutalities, consistintg inl part of
Ladies' line lleel (GA T ER' aid BOOTl EES;
o o -' LlPPERtS and fl.\bKlNS;
Misses' & Chiuien's SuLIPER 4 & BOOTE ES;
Genttlem n's line Piumli sole, Dress and Water
Gett. mteng line Pttump Sole, Dress antd Water
Proof G A1TERz;
Gentlemetis' Patent Leather C.AITERS andi
Togeth.er with a large .Ftock of Negro Bro
guns, Nail-soke.1, whaich arc thottght to be supe-z
rior to anythmi -g of the kind ever br, uight to this
Front past expienetie inth buiesweee
satisied that we can
.To putrchtasers that have never b,. en hierclofore of.
fered in this Town. Our Stock is manufactmted
by ou~rselves and botught fronh the manufacturers.
B3OOT.4, SIOE.4, &c ,of every kind made to
order on shortest no: ice.
QT Terms Cah for all ready made work.
P. H. FL.AN;OAN & CO.
Edgefiehd C. H., Se'pt 28 1t 38
H, & N. E, SOLOMON
*Hamubiurg, S. C.
T AK E pleensure in infoerminig the planttte and
public gem crally, that they atre ree, iving the
following articles from New York. Philadelphia and
Bltitmore, wh~eh they will SELb AT LO0W
ilAGGING, D.\LER ROPE..
Java, Laguvra and Rio COFFPEES,
A. Ui. C. New Orleans andl Cru~hbed SIT UR,
New O)rleians andl W~et India MlOL.\SSES,
SPICES of a'l kitnds,
Foreign and licimestie WIN ES and I IQITORS.
1IOOTS. SIlO l"S and hIA TS.
Negro, Bed andl Saidale H LANKETS,
OSNAI3BURGS end Georgia PL A iNS,
~in-eed and Tunners 0OILS,.
WIlI~e:1.RAD :ntd TURPENTINE,
ToltA CCO, a lar'. atssortmnent,
IN DICS, MlA DI)ER. &c.,
Choice Tennessee B ACON,
13ar, hoop, Nail Rod, hlorse Shoe. and Thand
IRON, of all sixes.
And all other articles tusually kep~t in the GRO
A large assortment of Men's, Boy's, Fidle andl
Weggein SA DDLES,
BRIDLES and BIlTS of all kinds,
Waggon, Carriuge, Buggy attd Overseer's Whips,
Harness uinde sole LE A Ti ER, &c., &c.,
All of which we will sell at
New ior'k Retail Prices.
We wIll pay the most liberal prieces for Cotton andi
othetr kinds of produce.
H. de N. E. SOLOMON,
The Red House at the old stand of 11. L. Cunt
nigham & Co.
llamburg, sept. 29, 1858 tf 38
having just returned from thte Northean Mar
kets, I can supply my customers with goods Fasu
from the imnufacturer's, and will be able to pleaie
the most fastidious. Thanklil for the patronage I
received while in the firm of HI. L. Ctmnninghaim 4
Co., I take this opbiortunmty of soloiting the sae
for the New Firm.
gg Abibeville Banner, Independent Press, and
Lurenaville Herald, will copy semi-monthly, for
T EACHE~R WANVTED.-wAn electionwIll
be held by the Comnisasioners of the Downer
Orphan Schtool, on the first Thutrsdlay in Novemn
er next, to fill the pilace of Teacher and Super
intetdent int that institution for the year 1859.
A pplicants for the situation catn ad~Ir, as the
HI. R. COOK, )
TIIO. J. DA VIES, Comn's
T' W. WHIAT LEY.
Ileechi Island, S. C., Oct 6 5t39
S TE AM M IL LS.
Fronm and after tis date GR AIN may be ground
at my Miils on any day. R. T. MIllS.
vne1A, tf P2
W. W. SALE,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
Focr Xa. . Ccoetcr.
C. A. HOlRN,
T. J. WIITAKER,
CIIAS. M: MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
F 0or Orcdintaary.
J. P. ABNEY,
D. L. 'TURNER.
W. F. DURISOE,
1. C. BUTLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Law Range,
EDOEFIELD C. 11., S. C.
May 15 tf 25
THE Undersigned having formed a partnership
Lin the PRACTICE of LAW and EQUITY
ror Edgefield District, will give prompt and difi
ent attention to all business entrusted to their
The residence of Mr. OwEsi is at Barnwell C.
El-that of Mr. SEIBELS at Edgefield, S. C.
W. A. OWENS.
N1ay 26 tf 20
.A. C A.'EL.'D.
S B. GRIFFIN, Attorney at LAW and
o Solicitor in EQUITY, will attend punctually
all business entrusted to his care.
He may be found at all times either in the Office
f the Commissioner in Equity, or in his own
)ice immediately in rear of the Court Hou4e.
EDGEFIELD C. H., May 19, 158. tf 47
E. 11. YOUNGULOOD,
.Attorney at Z.sa-Vr,
ILL attend promptly to all business placedo
W in his hands.
-rOffice at Edgefleld C. H1., S. C.
May 19 tf 19
ILL attend promptly to all business of the
W profession entrui.ted to his care.
OFFIcE, Edgefleld C. ll., S. C.
Apdl 6 158 tf 13
&.TIW ICI".s T'EZiTEE.
fHE Subscriber having furnished himself with
L a license to use this NEW PROClfSS of
INSERTING ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
now ready to serve all who may need such, with
- assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a
oser resemblance to the natural organs, than eani
.ec~alized by any other method. Its perfect pua
y, cleaanliness, freedomi from all taste, or galvanic
nsation, durability, comfort and security, are
song the adva.ntages claimed fur this SUPERiIOi
ode of setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, tf 24
WAICH MAKER AND JEWELER,
S ever ready to do all kmnds of JOBBING con
.ncted with the bu.incss, at the old stand of
. A . G, ay.
-A. I is O
.small ass.e-rtment, of FINE JEWEfLRY, whieh
.~il be sold cheap.
JEWELRY and SOCIETY BADGES madle to
der and warranted.
gi'Particular attention will be piaid to Watch
Ed.acgtie!d, Sept 15 tf 36
T IIO S. .I. & C. II. M OISE,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE & MOISE,
' No. 7, Hayne Street,
CHlARLESTON, S, C.
Jan27 ly 3
TNUE Subscribers have formed a copurtnm rship
B.under the style of
3. S. & 3. A. BIOWIE, & Co.
lKr the purpose of conducting a
eeral Factorage & Commission Business,
IN THE CITY OF'CH1ARLESTON,
a solieit conignments of COT TON, FLOUR,
RAIN, nnd other country produce tor sale.
.AMFS $t. HOWIE andI .ilHN A. BOWIEC,
il1 devote their entire time to the busiues.
Office on Central Wharf.
* .1. S. BOW IE,
.1. A. JIOWIE,
Fet 21, 1858 St 3
an Executors' dale.
Ypa order from -W. F. Durisce, Ordinary, we
wiproceedi to sell at the late residence of
Alfred May, dee'd., on THURSDAY, the 28th
it , all the Real and Personal property' of said
Lecensed, consisting of the
lomnestead Tract of Land,
Adjoining lands of John HI. May, S. W. Corley,
E. A. Dorn and others, and conta.ining Three hun
ired and fifty acres.
The abave Tract of L~and will be 80141 in three
eparate parcels or tracts. viz: Th,- West end lying
on both sides of the Island Ford Road, and eon
tning one hundredl amid filty acies. The East,
tnd, lying on the blatlhis Road, and containing
One hu;ndredi and fifty acres. And the mIddle
portion, including the improvements, and contain
ng Fifty acres.,
One other Tract of Land,
ormerly owned by Mrs. Mary May, lying on the
Mathis Road, adjoining lands of John S. Polatty,
JT. Ousts and others, and containing Two btun
dred and hiighty-fouir acres.
The interest of the.deceased in a Tract of Land
known as the Ilenry Clark place, adjoining landa
Levi Koon and others, and contaIning about Sev
One Likely Negro, One line Stallion, nIne head of
PlantatIon Horses, Cattle, Hogs, one Wagon, one
Bcgy, Plantation and Blacksmnith Tools, Corn,
Fodder, Wheat, Household and Kitchen Furniture
nd other articles too tedious to mention.
grTermns of sale, made known on day of sale.
Persons having demands against the deceased
ill render in the amount of their demands on or
boforo the day of salem; and those indebtefi are re
quested to pmake payimnt as soon as practicable.
C. M. MAY, Ei'rs
Oct 4 dt 80
r3I Y IT.-Thomson's Celebrat. d Washing
iCompound and Transparent Soaps.
Also, a fine article of Colgate's 'Toilet Soap.
W. E. LEUG.
OTIC E-AII 1persons indebted to us by Note
or Account, are earne-tly requested to call at
tur Store and pay theme. We are compelled to make
colletios ; and trust'this timely nutiee will nnt be
m nheeded. J3LANL) & IJUTLER.
Sept. 29, 1858, tf 38
OTICEAll persons are for warned f'om tra
ding for a Note Civen to Parkee & Woodeon,
for one hundred and tiftydollars, and due the 15th
of October, 1858; as the esmuideration for whioh
te note was given has totIyfa.iled, ad I will not
pay it wnless eompelled, -.
O.. 5, 1V8 sie 39
FALL AND WINTU'
Under the Augusta Motel.
ARE NOW RECEIVING
The Largest and most Complete
TillS M ARKET, AND REr4PECTF TLLY
INVil'E TIEIR O1.D CU.STOiRS
AND TilE PUBLIC GENERAL
LY, TO CA I. AND EXAI
Fashionable ant Well-Made
FOR MEN AND BOYS' WEAR.
They keep a full supply of
MERINO U.ND9RSHIRTS, DRA'WER.Q, CRA
VATS, SUSPENDERS, CLOVES,
HATS AND CAPS
OF TIlE LATEST STYLBR.
CLAYTON * KENNADY.
Augusta. Sept. 28 1858 2m 98 ,
Fall and Winter Sstyles.
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS
Wtrhcolesale ead.ac 2~a4.e
G EO. W. FERRY, iAugusta, Ga., is
now prepared to greet his customers vith
a new and extensive assortment of
Gents. Fall style Moleskin and Cassimere ATS,
"6 " " French fnd. A mer. felt - do
Cloth, bilk Velvet, Phash and
Glazed Silk CAPS;
Youths and Boys HATS ana CAPS, all kinds;
Children's Fancy do do elegantstylei;
Velvet.,Silk,Chineal,Straw and Lace 1:ONNETS
Silk, Scotch Ging. and Paragon UMBRELLAS.;
Men's and Boys Wool HATS, every variety of
style and quality;
These Goods are direct from Manufscturers,
made expressly. for this market, and will be .sold
s low as same quality of Goods cao be sold any-.
where. Call and see. -
Undei Masonic Hall. Broad She i,
Augusta, Sept 28 tf 88
L. C. DEMING,'
ARGAINS FOR THE M0NEY!
- 11AVE now in Store my entir e Stock of STA
PLE and .FANCY llRY GOOD.9, whish
hall be'sold at Lowvest Foniible Prices.
N D)RESS GOODA, I have '
Ucuble Imp. ROBES;
/ Rube a'LEISE ;
Rube a'QUJILLE ;
Robe a'BAY EDERE ;
Rube POM PA DORE,
SK IR-TS. -
Jppdn's and Arnold's .HAMMRE STEEL,
PRINGS. No other Skirts edin equal the ahoy
Also, op hand.thieordjnagygIgRW. ~ -
IN EV ERY bTY LE A N! QUALITY.
GEO. SCH LEY'i NVEGIW GOONS,
Warranted all Wool filling.
erseys, Osnaburs, Homespuns, kd.
at the ?,lannfacturer's pries.
White Mackinaw Blankets,
o favorably knownt, and e.f which I sold and al
ways give satisfacti'~.
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet Cloakb,
A beautiful andeomplete assortnment.
in every style, quali~y and priee.
HOSIERY,' &c., &c.,
!mbracing every article usually kept in a DRY
GOO DS STORK , all or which shall be
80O.D AT THE LOWEST PIClES,
gW A n examiuation of my Stock is respectfully
L. C. DEIWING,
CORNER, UNDER GLOBE HOTEL.
Augusta, Ga., Se-pt 13 tf 36
PLENDID FALL & WINTER
RAMSEY & LABAW,
(Opposite the Union Bank,)
R TUItN their thank.~to, their numerons
friend< andI enstomers ror their liberal patron
as,' atnd beg to nabure themi tha.t they are now
ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST
ver off'ered in the City, at prices below last year.
Wehuve in addition the LARGEfST Stockof
n the South, all of our own malie.
g' We invite our friends in Edgefield and the
djoing Distriets, to give~ our teek ain examnina
im. We are alwnys anxi.'us toiniit our Goods,
nd are conflde.nt that the QUA LITY and PRICES
f our Clothing moust give satisfaction.
A ugusta, Sepit. 2ti, tf .37
NOTICE.-All jpersons indebted to the Es.
?tate of John Kirksey, dec'd., are-hereby
imely warned to make payment furtwith, and4
hse havinu claims agatust the Estate are notified
o render themn in, properyattestd, at au -wlri
E. P H.KINKEYacting Rz'or.
GE ORGIA PL AINS.
SBIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS,
-At Factory Prices!
A LL those in want of such Good. would do
well to give us a call before purchasing else
vhere. ' DIOREY * P1113W. .
Augusta, Ga., SeptlIS tf 36.
Cherry Bounce and Cordial!
T HIE Subscriber has just received a fine supply
, of SUPERIOR CilERRY BOUNCE AND
CR DIAL, which is a muostdelightfalinak, and
an excellent, summer beverane. Call early and
get a dorzen bottles or so, as it Is going of'like
"hot cakes." W. EC. LEGOG.
July 1- tf 27
T IOEwho wish .to buy land* in -Edge6ed -
ouddo well to eomneand see mine. l havesa
good proeportion of waedd, old .fisd, and aloim
good boittm LAND~aswneteCcek, and' fesh ii.
I will sell in one or twoTract., to suit thie ptioh&
ses, provided leaan-sell-the wrhole. -.
I ~B. F. MAYS.
Oct. 6,1858 .. 3S -