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NEW DRY COODS
U T d R E
Under Augusta Hotel, Augusta, Gas
B EGS to acquaint the inhabitants of Edgefield
and vicinity that lie has commenced busi
ness with an enth ely NEW STOCK of
PLAIN & FANCY DRY GOODS,
To which he would particu'arly call their atten
tion. The following list will show the L 0 W
PRICE at which I am selling Goods.
DEBEIGES, at Of ets, worth 121 cts;
Prin'ed DELA INES, at 121 ets., worth 181 cts.;
English MERINOS, double width, at 15c. pr yd;
All wool PLAIDS, double widths, at 31 cts.;
8-4 WOOL SHAWLS, at $1,00;
'Checked and striped M USLINS, at 12kcts.;
White BRILLIANT ES, at 121 cts;
Linen Cambric Hdkfs. at 75 ets. per dozen;
CALICOES from Of ets. upwards;
Superior SflHlRTING-, at 0t cts;
GI.NGH AMS, fast colord, 121 cts.;
N~arlboro PLAIDS and STRIPE 4, at 11 cts. by
Kerseys and Domestic Goods at Factory prices;
White and Colored Cotton IIOSE,at $1 a dozen;
Kentucky JRANS, all colors, at 20 cts;
Negro BLANKETS, fullsizesat 75 cts Pr PAIR
My Stock of
Is the LARGEST and CHEAPEST ever shown
in Augusta, consisting of
Swiss and Jaconet SLE EVES, at 25 cts prpair;
"1 " . A TS, from 75 cts.;
" ' " COLLARS, from 20 cts;
Also, a Large varety of Bands, Jaconvt and Swiss
Edgings and Insertions. -
Also, every novelty in
Rich Silk Dress Goods,
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, Ic.
I have every facility of selling Goods at Re
narkably TAow Prices, as I have a
Brother who resides at No. 444, Third Avenue,
Now York.. lie is constantly in the tmarket and
purchases Goods for Cash, consequently I am ena
bled to sell Cheap.
.. B.--Terms Cash, and no Se
cond Price! All Goods marked in
Augusta, Oct !5 1m 42
MILLINERY & FANCY GOODS,
- MRS. M. TWEEDY,
HAS just returned from New York with her full
SELECTED STOCK of the latest styles of
Fall and Winter Goods,
C.nprising LONNETS of every variety of Fash
ioaable material, Head Dresses, Fancy Hair Pins,
Ladies Dress Caps, Cloaks and Cioak Velvets 4ud
Tim mings, Zephyr Shawls, Lace Veils, :etts of
Collars and Undersleeves, Flowers, Ribibons, Cru
ols, Extension hoop skirts, Corsets, &c.
Ladies visiting the City will find a full supply of
every article in the Millinery and Fancy depait
ment of dress, at the Lowest Prices, a
her Store No 152, Broad Street.
Augusta, Ga , Oct 25 1mn 42
Swan & Co,'s Lotteries Triumphant.
SWAN & Co.
Continue to Draw as usual wvithaout
BwAva% de Co.'S
LOTTERIES A RE LEG AL, AND A UT[HORIZIED
BY THE ST ATE OF GEORGIA.
The late attempt to injure
Our firm has shown
Thait our Lotteries are drawn fairly ;
*That our Prizes are paid punctually ;
-And that our Schemes
, Are more liberal thtan any other Lottery
In the world. -
T HE following Scheme will he drawn b~y S.
SWAN & CO., Managers of the SPARTA
ACADEMY LOTTERY, in each of their Single
Number Lotteries for Nov'r. 1858, at A UG UST A,
Georgia, in public, under the superintendence of
Class 40 Draws Saturday, November 6,1858.
Class 4.1 Draws Saturday, November 13, '58.
-*Class 42 Draws Saturday, November 20, '58.
Class 43 Draws Saturday, November 27, '58..
ON TIIE PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
!EARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS.
TO BE DRAwN
EACII SATURDAY IN NOVEMIBER!
1 PrIze of..... . O,0'I 4 Pie ,..... 9l
1 Pie~ . ,14 Prizes of.......... ,04
1 Priz.e of...... 1i0,000 4 re...... 7:
1 P'rize of......... . f,,00' 4 P~e ...... tr
1 Prize of.... .... 4,04 50 'z~ t
1 Prize.o......... 3,'sNI l J 50 z .f
1 Prize of........ 1,101 It' rz0 0 f
4 Iraz.s....... 1,tt~t l3J Prizes of............ $90
4 l'riCS f *0 Aj~ro ri e o f............e ar .100
4 I'rzes o SIJrize o f........... ar 12u
4 Prizes f' 2r0ze of....4 ....e .... S M0
4 Prizes ofP1izes ,0...........ar fshO
4 Prizes o linPrizes of....... Iri .. are 44
4 PrizesidPriz" 3.M r......... *13
4 rize of....... 1,5t43'.3 P rizes ... .... 10
4,0 Prizes of $240 Arc.ng.o.$.,0..Prze.re. 1,00i
,48 Prizes o untn to...."....30,000 lrz r ,0
4hl Prizets 1 0, Ha"e "61,0Qures ar2,50.
4~ Ccriz showi5 g t " 5.0t 0 Prte oris rel5te
s4n Prize aof 41W d ..rou "l 4,neaii izeae
4 rizes of 73kae wil be 8.od Prt are ftl'1igrts
4vtl Pis ofe ris" ,00Pizsar:0
Ce,000 at o Priz age f "mi are................. ..49 0
u,4-8. ries ountnge ~ to............ke....... .1oo
nhorleg Tickets oale C5,Qurters at2,50
Em ien a own the plnytooranes f the Litodrie lb
s ect to n n dsirou tof wecelvie f.wddtyfrtut
C ertiLte of rawnuaganPies will be eu dth oloingrts
towhser s ne i : olrth rai
Cer~iae ofrh vr Paragif e Woe ies.aw.....yabl -n
Certile ofPcke f ten aililpa'lf it...............4
theril"t Pres at te Qual ico hrtyr icets.......2
Cert: oliiueat Pakag of trigtl Toickdeti. .....1
:yonkr fOrrn Tikets or Cer fineeatesb udes~
Enclosr he mone StA ou adrs. for thea Tice, orr,
on rceip a fwhic the wi~lle~t frAdedrt, ll.
Purchaser can hae ickers haendr in f gre they may~c
-wit The &istin of thDrwntha Nmeh an Pies wil entibh1)
to rh se r ibii ditel y att e er thrawing. fohwigJ.
a rvlteir1s Ot, ounty~ andtite,Curla
Sttitememre ltha~tl aee Pri i w,.iander paabewi
fait wihu dednti' onn ei a ~tl ok(r.
t . rwi 'tote prze fa 4h2ea ieoftit a
g'Amunitnstritoy c Sfdetale,
B4Yanorder fio W. tDor ies ca e E.' r adre
eiursd the 1s. SNctb ., Augt.ta he orhe
S~r II C. TrJ.t'. ekGeAsd ITll Et.hent C~r~olmiaroe.
-wth h a n of sad ed pritia eahoniettdt,
prs:-New Ples Detlt, Mtobik lienir Chales,
Y;orn. Weekrly~ lny o'dk Auut ( I) o::s iuionaidt
ICarin avanahtMrniNw, anuiie .tid Lttoe itaeko tok.
oTrue Denai~tbde o h eane ftet
BY Rt5anl order trmin .Deris1e C- ,rd tat
alolio rdtof twelva D etriiioi with tes t
fhromdate 18thler No gvee nxt a tw idenc
jo~, 11.Curiner, 'ieesd,f althe notr.analoer
tle of sa eae cosie wi-f
1!Oe, 27late, St 42 n Ftein os
Lasror a'ddrtioe fo- fag u lus hlda.
tehen Por nouead Bee, ried an to o edst
Toh hg, Ot 2de to h eane f 42 tm
,.cey have. BoWERSrAe.
:amuo redto wvnnh, Oci5th iner2
Buggies with Enamelled Leather
Shifting Tops, 6125.
Rockaways for four persons, 6160.
. -.-W.01sa- -
COACHER, CALECHES, ROCKAWAYA, BA
ROUCTICS, PHAETONS, SLIDE-SEAT
BUGGIE-, BAGGAGE WAGONS,
&c., &c., &c.
HARNES3 of every description, WHIPS, &c.
- The undersigned have on hand the largest Stock
of Vehices ever offered for sale In the Southern
country, which they sell at the lowest prices, and
Persons wishing to purchase will be supplied
with Charts conlaining our variety of-Vehicles, to
gether with a list of prices, by addressing
REYNOLDS & CO.,
No. 09, Meeting S., opposite S. C.'Institute.
Charleston, S C, Oct 25 4t 42
FIRST BRIGADE CAVALRY,
October 13th, 1858.
T HE spcond Regiment of Cavalry is hereby or
dered to be and appear for Review and In
spection, on the 5th day of November next, at
Lnagmires, at II o'cloek. A. M.
The Commissioned and non.Commissioned Offli
cers the day previous for Drill, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Col. John F. Burriss is charged with the (xten
sion of this ord.-r. ..
The n.-mbers of the ain're'nT*Stafra are especially
ordered lo appear on th,, day uf Review.
By order of
W. W. PERRYM AN, Brig Gen'l.
Jonix V. Mo.aRE, Irig. Major.
Oct. 25, 158 t 2t 42
A Competent Male Teacher to take charge of
the RIDGE WAY ACADEMY, for the year
1859.' A pplication will be received until the first
Saturday in November r.ext. None need apply
unless well recommended. Address either of the
Trustees at Edgefield C. H., S. C.
A J. J.NMYLY.
JA MES EIDSON,
JOIN A. ADDISON,
J. M. COOBURN, Trntees.
C. W A R:EN,
ROBT. E. KENNEY,
JAS. MURRELL. J
OA. 19.185S. 2t 41
a.ncd. I-Aanc. for Salo.
A LL persons indebted to the Fubscriber on
Not.s now due, are requeste.! to settle up by
the 15th day of November next.
- 1 have for sale two hundred and eighty-one (281)
Acres of Lund on Mountain Creek. The Build
ings on said ilace are all new, and the Lands in a
hi!h state of cultiv:;tton.
I would a:so like to purcha-e 10 or 12 able bod
ivd Negroes, for whicih I will exchanae Notes, now
'due or to become due by the first day of January
next. t L. 0. HOLLOWAY.
Oct. 19, 1858 4t 41
THuE Subscribers return their thanks to their
I kind patror.s for the liberal supptort they
ave received, and respectfully solicit a continu
ame of that generous patronage.
They state witly confidence ndw that they are
WELL PREPARED to carry on the
oach Diaking and Repairing Business
[ its various b~ranches. Their work shall he ex
scted in a udurable, handsome, style and by work
nen skilied in their respective tradles.
We havec and intend always keeping on hand a
large and flue assortment of
ARIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKA WAY S, &C,
f the our own manufacture-beautiful to behold
md of nmuchi value to the lucky purchaser.
We will also keep constantly in our Establish
nent a. full Stock of Northern BUGGIES and
A RRIAG ES, of superior manufacture.
gg-All sorts of R EPATRING done in the best
anner, and with the ereatest dispaitch.
Lg-Call and examine our Stock. Our prices
have b~een ptut down to corrsp~ond( witi the hard
times. SMITH &, JONES.
Dec 23 tf 50
A N Accommodation HIACK will bae run lby thme
LSub~scriber ftomi Edgefie~ld C. ii. to Augusta,
fronm this dale. Perso~ns wishing to obtain seats
istill apply at the "Saluda fI-nste."
LEWIS COVA R.
October 19, 158, tf 41
To Cattle Raisers,
Iwill sell at. Au.-tion on Sale-day next, my fine
Devon B UL L, five years o'd, sold for nto fault,
except I have bired from hint long enough and I
have another. I will sell several others on the same
day. M. FR AZIER.
Oct. 19 2t 41
N OTICE--All persons Indebted to the Estate
of .James Edwards. deceased, are requested
to mnake piayntent by the 1st of December next.,
and those having demiands against the samte, will
piesent t hem paroperly' attested for- paymnent.
WM. EDW AlDS. Adis
Oct. 19 2t* 41
NOTICE THIIS !-The newly elected Comn
missioners of the Poor w ill meet at the Poor
Hotse on Tuesday mosrning 2d of November next.
A punctual attendance is requested, as thpro will
be business of importance before the Board.
L. 0. LOVEL A C, Comn'r.
Oct. 19 2t 41
C IIOICE TOBACCO--Just received,
direct from the amtanfetory of Col. Peter
Penn, of~ Viriniia. a supply oif Fine CHEWiNG
TOBACCO, comtprising thbe following Brands:
"Honey Dew," " Oronioco," " Extra Twist" and
"Old Dominion." Loivers t.f the weed tare invited
to call and sample the latter brand. " Old Do.
miion" is hard to b-at.
G. L. PENN, Agt.
ep't S tf 35
ALL persons indebted to the esitate of DanI
Al Boone, dee'd., are requested to make imumedi
ate paynment, and aliersonas having demanids
against thie same are hereby notified to present
tbem properly attested.
L. P. BOONE, }A dm'ors.
Dec. 23, 1857. tf 50.
L EMIONS--Just received five Boxes Choice
L.EMONS. E. T. DAVIS, Agent.
May 19 - tf 19
I STRAVED from me, m-ar Millway, ii
J h bevle District, on the 21st Septemiber, a
White H O'N D BITlII, with black ca and two
small black spots in her forehe-ad. Any) iinforn~a
tion Cor,eerning' said Bitch wvall be thankfully re
ceived. WALTER NIClOL'a0N.
Edgelld C. HI., Oct 0 tf 89
TOTICE.All persons having claimts againsl
thme t.otate of Wmt. Blrogdent, dec'd., will
p~lease render tlhemi In, p~roperly attested, for pay.
mnent ; and those indebtemd to said Estate are
eare.tly regnested to par the same as soon at
possible. WY. W. S.1L E, Ad'or.
OctO 4t 39
j'LOURI AND CORN MYEALCan bc
l' hd a myhouse for Cash.
Eeb. t f 4
T HE undersians begs leave to iitorm their cus
tomers and the public in general, that they
have moved to the well known stand formerly
Robinson's Hardware Store,
And have on hand and still receiving, a WELL
%ELKCTED Stock or
ST APLE AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Clothing of every Description.
Also a full supply of
Hate, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, &c., &c.
Which wi:l be sold at the very lowest prices.
ig All we ask is to give us a call, and judge
SIMO0N a KROUCHM.
Hamburg, Oct. 12, 1r58. tf 40
CHEAP FAMILY GROCERIES!
r TIE Subcriber is now receiving and openinR
a VERY CHOICE STOCK of well selected
To.which he bees leave to invi'e the attention of
Planters in want of Choice Supplies. lie may be
found in the Rlock of Buildings formerly occupied
by GKRORGE ROBINSON as a Hardware Store.
My course will be to adopt the old motto,
" A nimble Penny Is better than a
Slow Shilling !"
My Stock will consist in part of the folowing ar
St. Croix SUGAR;
New Orleans, old proeass, SUGA R;
" new " do.
Stuart's A. D. an.l 0. Soft do.
" (A) Crushed do.
" Powdered do.
" * Sugar Uouse SYRUP;
New Orleans do.
Old Government Java COFFEE;
Rio do. superior;
English Dairy anl Coshen ClIRESE: .
Choice Old BlRANDY and 1iohland GIN;
Jamaica and New Encland R UM;
John Gibson's XX and XXX;
Rectified and Tennessee WhISKRY;
CONFECTIONA RIES and PICKLES;
MACKEREL. SALMON andl SARDINKS;
Superfine FLOUR, &c, &-.:
A Fresh supply of ORANGES and APPLES;
Together with many other-nrtieles lot tedious to
mention. THOS. KERNAGHAN.
P. S.-Also a fresh supply of No. 1 and 2
MACKEREL in Kitts, I and i Bbls;
Buckwheat FLOUR. No. 1;
Fine Spanish SEGARS;
MACCARONI; CITRON; andCRACKERSo
25 Bbls. Fresh Thoma.-ton LIME;
. T. K.
Hamburg, Oct. 19 ly 2
LOOK OUT FOR THE CABLE!
I am now receivinz some of Cyrus W. Field's
& Co's. be:t LETTEtR and BILL PAPER, for
sale low. -A LSO
The best old BR ANDY and PORT WINE, bottled
by Messrs. Lanback & Cooper, before adultera.
ti'on, for medical purp.'ses, which has become the
order of the day.
Call in and examine my well assorted Stock of
Brandies atid Wines, gnd all oter kinds of Li
quors, Brands, &c.
I feel assured I can give satisfaction bo:h in
quality and price.
Bill made out with dispatch, without defect in
Goods or Paper.
S. E. BOWERS, Ag't.
Hamburg, Oct. 12,1858 tr 40
T H E Firm of HI. L. CUNNINGHA M & CO.
.I was dissolved on the 2nd inist., by mutual
consent. All per(ons having demands against us
wIll presnt them for paymetnt. All those indebt
ed to us are respectfully solicited to call and settle
as early as possible. as further indulgence will not
be gisen. H. ~L. CUJNINGlIAM1 & CO.
hlatmburg, Aug 4, 1858.
.VI To the Public,
H AIGsold inut our entire interest in the
I.firm of Hi. L. Cunningham .a Co. to our for
mer piartner Mr. HENRY SOI.OMON, we. take
pleasure in recommending him to our ol custo
tmers and friu-nds. We are thankful for the liberal
ptionage we have received, and solicit a continui
snee of the same fur our successor.
H. L. CU.NING!TAM1,
G. C CUNNINGIJAAM.
Hamburg, S. C., Aug 4, '59. 0m312
.F. H . CAN'D EE,
WATCH MAKER AND JEWIELER,
I S ever ready to do nil kinds of JOBIlNG con
nected wiiths the business, at the old stand of
--A T. S O
A small assortment of FINE JEWELRY, which
will be sold cheapi.
JEWELRY and SOCIETY BADGES made to
oder and wzaated..
F.~Partienlar attention will be paid to Watch
Edgeild, Sept i5 I f 3t1
BOOTS & SHOES!
P I. FLANIGAN & CO., of Column
. bia, S. C., have opened a branchl of their
business at this place, and have no in store a
full stock comprising~ a full assortmenmt of all the
different styles and qualities, consisting in part of
Ladies' fine Heel ('AlTER'A and BOOT EES ;
a " "SLIPPERS and DASKINS;
Misses' & Children's SLIPPERS.& BOOTEK88;
Gentlem- n's tine Pump Sole, Dress and Water
Genti- mns' fine Pump Sole, Dress and Water
Gentlemens' Patent Leather GAITERS and
Together with a large Stock of Negro hiro
;ans, Nail-soled, which are thought to he supe-i
rior' to anythi:-g of the kind ever hr. ught to this
From past experience in the business, we reel
satisfied thtat we can
- Offer Induceme~nts,
To putrchtasers that have never bien heretofore of.
fered in this Town. Our Stock is manufactured
by ourselves and b~ought from the manufacturers.
BOOT.', SHIOE9, &c , of ever~y kind made to
order otn shortest notice.
it' Terms Cash for all ready made wvork.
P. H. FL ANiGA N & CO.
Edgefiteld C. H., Sept, 28 6t 8
HUAVING disposed of my iterest, in the SA
.LUIIDA hOUSK, to Mrs. S. A. HOYT and
CHARLE-; L. COVAR, I return my warmest
thanks to my friends and piatr'ns for their past,
liberal encouranemuent ; and earnestly bespeak for
my~ son and daughter~ a continuiatio.n omf that cene
rouis p~atroniage. I htave every conitidenue in their
capacity to take charge of the Hiouse
Sept 1, 1858.
FRO.lIthe abo.ve Card, it will he seen that, we
hlave taken-chiarge of the S.\LUDA HOUSE,
and hope by strict attention to business, and to thte
wants atnd pleasure of thos~e who mnay have the
kitdness to stop with us, to win the confidence and
secure the patronage r the prtesenit friends of thbe
H ouse. as also the public generally. We intend to
DISWiARGE OUR DULTY as faithfrully as we
can, and STRIVE Lo please our p~atronls.
S. A. IIOYT,
C. L. COVAR.
Sept 15 tf 30
CLOCKS? CLOCKS! CLOCKS?
AND NO MISTAKE.
C A LL at F. H. CA NDEE'S and examine the
best. Clocks ever Introduced in the southern
market. A newv style, entirely plain, pretty and
stbstatntial. Warranted for ten years if well used.
Edgeflel, Oct 13 tf 40
E XECUJTO1RS NOTICE.-AII persotns
hiavinag claims against the Estaite of Avory
Bhnnd, deceased, are hereby notified to present
them, properly atts-sted, immedhiately.
J. A. BLAND, Eat'ers.
,T.. 6, - r
A. J. PELLETIER & CO.,
-e.--asme, a. C.,
Paints, Oils, Perfumery, &c.,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Hamburg, Oct 6, 'm 30
rift HE P, oprietor of this well known and popu
.1. lar HOTEL takes peculiar p~casure in an
nouncing to his friends and the travelling public
generalls, that this flouse,is open for the reception
of company, and that his whole e.ergies will te
put into requisition to gratify the wants of each
and all who nitty favor him with their patronage.
The House has just been thoroughly repaired,
and t he Rooms and Furniture put in excellent con
dition for the Spring and Summer season.
My Table will be furnished with t!:e best that
can be had, and presided. over by one skilled in
the culinary department-and in short, everything
requisite to gratify the taste of the epicurean will
be supplied in abundance. The servante of the
C A ROLINA I IOTEL are noted for their polite and
attentive character, and are ever in attendance to
obey the wishes of my Guests.
New STABLES have recently been built, which
are commodious and' complete, and Horses left in
my care will receive kind and careful treatmenL
Thankful for past encouragement and patron
age, I respectfully solicita continuance of the same.
JOHN A. MAY$.
' The travelling community are notified that
they and their baggage will be conveyed, at a mo
ment,'s warning, without charge, to the Carolina or
Georgia Depots. J. A. M.
Hamburg, May 3 188 tf )6
H, & N. E, SOLOMON
G R1 O.C E R S,
H1anaburg, $. C.
T AKE 'pleasure in informitg the planters and
l ublic gererally, that they are rec, iving the..
following articles from New York. Philadelphia and
Baltimore, which they will SELL AT LOW
BAGGING, .\LE nOPE,
.lava, Laguyra and Rio COFFEES,
A. B. C. New Or-eans and Crushed SUG A R-,
New Orleans and West India .\OL \SSES,
CH RESE, NACKEREKL,
SPICUS of a I kinds.
Foreign and I lomestic WIN FsS and I.IQUIORS
BOOTS. SES and HATS.
Negro. lied nid saddle ILANK F.T.,
O.NAl'UltGA and Georgia PLAINS,
inevd and Tanni-s W11.,
W111Tvr LEAD) and TtURtkNTIN E,
TOHi.\CCO, a irg assortment,
INI1GO, M A )DER. &e.,
Choice Tentasee B A CON,
Bar, [loop, Nail Rod, llorse Shoe and Baud
1RON, of all si3s.
And all other articles usually kept in the GRO
A large assortment of Men's, BDoy's, Side and
W agginm SA [D LS,
BlRlli)Ak antid lT'S of all kindIs,
Waggon, Carriage', Buggy sid Overseer's Whips,
Hiarness und Sole ICATIIER, ske, &c.1
All of which we will, 0ell at
New York Retail Prices.
We will pay the oinst liberal prices for Cotton and
other kinds of produce.
H. & N. E. SOLOMON,
The Rled THouse at the old stand of 11. L. Cun
ningham & Co.
llamburg, Sept. 29. 1858 tf 38
Hatving just returned lromu the Northern Mar
kets, I can supply my oiistomeirS with goodls FREsua
from the manufan rers, and will be able to pleaue
the most fastidious. Thankful for the patronage I
,eerived while in, the firm of I1. I,. Cunninghamn ,
Co., I take this o1portun:ty of sohiciting the same
or the Newv Firm.
gg Albeville llauner, jndepenzdent Press, and
Laurnsville Herald, will co~py semi-nioiithly, for
Hardware, Cutlery, & c.
W M. H IL LJ
BAMBURG, S. C.,
1!7OULD infurmn his friendso
T Yand all who, mayI be trading .t N
ithis .\Iarket, that he still eon
niiUtes to keep ni F U bi, andt well
seleted 8tpe~k of Goods in the
above line, and so1ljiit a shitare of
patronage fr. m all who, may be in wvant of any ar
tiles he keeps, assuring them ithat every exertion
shall be made io give satisraction to the purchassr
in, qualiy and price. iceelng conlident thaut lie enn
--elIl his Gonds ton its Rensonable terms as
they can b.e purchaose'i at
ANY HOUSE IN AUGUSTA.
His St..ck is now COM.IPIETE, having added
largely by reiiin purchases fronm the lIES Alann
' turers. H-s Stoek is s-uch that almost every one
en findI some article on their list of wants, andl on1
such terms as ennor all to plese-amonigst which
a n goo'd asstirtinent of
Cut N.\IL1 ,of all iz. of the hest brands, in.
eludin.2 al,.ize of TPlKES. Also, liinglish and
Anerienin lc'sse Shote Nails, Wagon atnd Wrought
sails. a:l siz--s.
Nail ROJIS andi Sheet and Uoop IRON ;
Blister. German and (Cast STl El.,:
Celiis & Co., Levereit's and cit wr celebrated
make of. liond, Choppinig and Hand AXES,
Mill, Croes Cut and nnd SA WS, all kinds;
Ilammi-rs, Chisels, Angers, Drawing Knives.
A dzes, G3imblets, Brav'e and Bitt., Mill, liand Sawe
and every variety of Files ad Rasps, S.tw Setts,
Copass.es, Hlollow Augers and Bitts, Gauges,
Planes of every description, Plane B~itts, and every
Variety of Carpenter's Tools.
Edge Tools of every desoription.
Bellows, A nvils, Vie's, Serew P'lates, Sked~re. Ihund
anid Shoeing Hamimers, Raspsa, Drills, Tongs,
&e., aull of the best manufiacture. Great
care having been taken in the selcetioin
of these articles, they can be
relied upon as the best.
Pocket and Table Cutlery.
His. Stoek caf Pceket and Table Cutlety is conmplete
ad quality unsurpassed -nmongst which can
bo found full Setts of Table Cutlery, of
.Joseph lHodgers & Sons celebrated
manufacture; Pocket anud Pen
Knives all patterns and qual
Ities: fine Razors. Sels
sors, Shear., &o.
Also, a great variety of
S M-AL L WVA RE S,
Sch, as Pins, Needles. Port Mieis, Hair Brushes,
Combiis, Papier Envelopes, Putt., Pencihi, &c.
Guns, Pistols. &c.
Otn hanid a choice~ lot of Cuns and l'istuls of the
lieut qjuality-Coht's, A da-ms' amthl ean's and
otthers make of iRepenters, self-cokinig.
Also, an assortment of Pocket Pistols,
Pereussion Cape, Shot Bolts,
Powder Flasks, Gamie B~ags,
Cleaning Rods, &c.
His Steock of Building material swill be found com
plete, consisting~ in part of Leeks. Hlinges,
Serews, Windowy Fastenings, all kind. and
qualities. Also, Till, Pad, Trunk and
Light and Heavy Castin 'i
Always on hand a fino nosortment of liht nnd
heavy Castings, Pots,0Ovenas, Spiders, Tea etd
tiew, Well Whe~els, Waffle irotas. &e.
Farmer's Boilers, Cauldronse, Wagon
-Buxes, Sad Irons, Fire Dogs,
Shovel and Tongs.
Cooking and Heating Stoves,
ALL PATTERNS AND SIZES.
Wagon Chains, all kinds. Log Continued, THalter
and Trace Chains, Spades and Shovels, Hay
Forks, Crockery and Glass W~are,&ce.
Also, manufacture~r of( all kinds of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware !
All are earnestly solicited to call and examine
for themselves. And you wl;l fiud 'it greatly to
your Intereat to patronize your old Edgsfleld Dis
trit citIzen. WE. HEILL.
bu , Oct26 tr 42
WATCH, CLOCK & JEWELRY
F PIIRAIT TWEEDY, Anguet, Gen,
a near the Lower .itarket, las now a L.\%HGB
and FINE btock of
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Of the latest styles and fashions.
CLOCKS of the best make aaud warranted to
keep time at prices ranging fron $1,50 to $12
W A TCnES of the newest patte:ns, both Silver
ind Gl, of the best and most substantial kind,
nd warranted to keep good time.
JEWELRY of thc newest and rarest style,
Lava, Cameo, Coral and all Gold Setts.
BR.\CEi.ETS FINGER RINGS, CHAINS, &.,
yr the richest variety.
3MClocks, Watches and Jewelry repairvd and
varranted by the tIest Workmen.
Give E. TWKEDY a trial.
Augusta, Oct 6 Im 30
SPECT ACL ES!
A LARGE assortment of all kind4- of Spee
tacles kept constattly on hand, and I feel
tonfident, from twelve ye-ars experiece, that 1
tan please all ages. Call at
Clock, Watch and Jewelry Store.
ign of the Watch and Spectacles, near the Lower
.rket, Augusta, Ga.
Oct 6 Sm 89
FALL OF 1858.
HENRY J. OSBORNE,
&t 236 Brod Street, Under U. S. Hotel.
C LOCKS, WATCHES, .JEWELRY, Sib'er
and Plated WAOLf.; SPECTACLKM, Gold,
iiver and Steel; Optical ansi Surveving I NSTRU
UllENTS; MeclanaaicalTO YS for children; CA BLE
311 ARMS; Cable Walking CAN KS, and a large
nd b,autirul variety of GOt)LaS, of moast rcent
tyles, on sale at lowet-t prices.
All work lromi.t'y and efliciently done, both in
he Watch and .lewelry line, as heretofore. Buei
was personally attended to Goods will be weekly
irriving. of the newe.-t patterns.
A fair share a f patronage, prnportiona'e to an
imp'e Stock of every thing in his line, is reopt et
'ul y solicited.
I1ENRPY J. OSRORNE,
Wateh, Optical and Jewelry Establ.shment, 236
Broad Street, unler the U. S. I ltel, and opposite
the City Uinsk, Augusta, Ga.
August:a, Oct 5, De58 if 39
CLARKE & ROYAL
DEALERS IN BOOTS & SUOES,
Opposite tMe Globe Hofel.
W 0U Ii) ltet-eset ully return th,-ir thaias tio
the eit:zens tof lsltelie-d for1lie very liberal
,atrunag exteaded to tLhen the pa-teaenon' andl su
icit a continuanee o their favours. We ltow have
n Stiore one ol Lte I rg.:3t and best seleted Stocks
er otiered ita our ci-y. and Ilatter aourselves that
V e.mA give satiafaction to all whos maay favor uA with
All var:eties I.ad'es, Mi.ses. Chidren and Gens
31O E-i, la om the lou est price to the finast articles
Pln'ation llrognus al qualhties an.] priets naade.
Iluse Servaats Shaes. tall " " " "
Mene thies BUOTS for Wazoner's and Ditcher's
" heavy grained and Kip BOOTS,
%sy'as thick and Iip "i
0 ' Please give us a call and look for yourselvis.
CLARKIE & RtOYAL.
Augusta. Oct. 5, 1858 I m 39
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
JOHN M. WITT,
having j us t re
teived fronm New York a most COMPLETE and
H AGNIFICENT assortment of
%.epectfully announces to his friends and patrons
hat be is prepared to exhibit a beautiful and
vel manufactured assortment af CABINET FUR
ITURE. My large assortment consists In part of
a splendid variety of fine and supertino
rich lot-all styles-of Ro-owood and Mahogany
Rosewood and Mahogany Libraries,
sECR1T ARlES WITH BO0K CASES.
a beautiful collection of Rosewood anal Mahogany
WASH SINKS OR STANDS,
A good stock of excellent spring bottont
PAR LOB SGFAS,
Implroved styles or lIorsewood and Mahogany
Mahgany and Rtosewood Tables,
onsisting of PAR LOR, CARD, TEA, EXPAN
sON, QUARTETTE and Ladies WORK TA
Corner Stands and Portable Desks,
A variety or line
An unusually lnrge assortnmenat of
C ':EA. I'H .
30mprisinfl Su'lM Mahaogany spring bottom Rock.
ag Chairs. Sparing boittom solid Mahogatty Parlor
h~airs; Canec seat Maple Rockinag and Parlar
hairs ; a small lot of Praescott Oak Chairs ; Chail
Iren's, Nurse's and Scwing Chairs, and Children's
;URTAIN BANDS, PiCTURE CORD AND TASSEL, CRIB
CRADLES. TOWEL RACKS, &C,
All of wvhicha will bae sold at a very small per
e:ent above actual cost, jrices5. 1 nm compelled to
ontinue the CA1Il SYsTl-'M, andi will rigidly
idhere to it in future, as I amt well convinced that
it is much the best sys ti.fo al. paarties..
An examainatin oif any Stock is ~slicitedl. Better
bargains are nmot to be had in Augusta or anay
,ther Southaern City.
R ep a irin g, &o.,
I continue to make to order any FURNITUR E
wated, nnd also to repair all raid Furnmiture sent.
Sendc along your work and it shall be done in a
Eg~? I bespeak a liberal share of public patron
age. 31. M1. WITT,
Apr21 tf 15
T EACHIER WANTED.-.An election will
Lbe held by tihe Conm~ssioners of the Downer
Orphan School. oaa the first Thursday in Novem
ber next, to fill the place of Teacher and Super
intend-nt in that Institution for the year 1859
Applicants for tihe situation can addr. as the
II. Rt. COOK, )
T H O:. J. D.\VIES, Cam's
-1'. W. WilATLh5.)
Beecha Ilandl, S. C., Oct 6 5t29
S T EAM M IL LS.
From and after tis d:te GR.\IN may be ground
at any Mils on any day. R. T. MIMS.
June 14, tf 23
NOTICE- \ll persons inadebted to thme Estate
of David Ou.ts, dec'd., are req1uested to pay
th sanme without delay, and those hanving demands
against thec sanme will renader themt in, properly at
tested, for payment.
J. J1. OUZTS, Ex'ors.
L. BstO0KS. '
Oct. 6, 1y 39.
N OTICE--AlI persona ind,.-bted to the Estate
of .1. 11. Talbert, deceas,, tare reqjuested to
mtake payment at ana early date, and thuse haaving
denmands against said l-.htate-, will render thesm in
properly attested f'or p:D~ mnent.
1B. M. T ALBERT,Adma'or.
Sept. 29, 1858 l2ma 38
Edgefield Beat Company,
Y OU are hereby commanded to be and appear
at your regular parade grond, on Saturday,
the 6th November next, armedl and equipped as
the law directs for drill and instruction.
By orader of Capt. BRYAN.
H. Caooxma, 0.8S.
Oct18 4t d0
e i'oa- Bherr
W. W. SALE,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
-F. M. NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
2'Ow Tax Collecto.
C. A. HORN,
T. J. WHITAKER,
CHAS. M. MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
W"or 4r' uic '".
J. P. ABNEY,
D. L. TURNER.
W. F. DURISOE,
N. C. BUTLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Law Range,
EDGEFIRLD C. II., S. C.
May 15 tf 25
T HE Undersigned having formed a partnership
in the PRACTICE of LAW and EQUITY
for Edgefield District, will give prom'pt and dili
gent attention to all business entrusted to their
The residence of Mr. OwEs is at Barnwell C.
H-that of Mr. SEIBELS at Edgtfield, S. C.
W. A. OWENS.
May 26 tf 20
.A. 0 A. TL 3.
S B. GRIFFIN, Attorney --t LAW and
s 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 Conmissioner in Equity, or In his own
0111ce immediately in rear of the Court House.
EDoSFIELD C. H., May 19, 168. tf 47
E. 11. YOUNGULOOD,
A.ttor3ae.oy at Ij.w,
W ILL attend promptly to all business placed
in his hands.
[tofce at Edgelleld C. I., S. C.
Mlay 11. 9 tf 19
P H! Y 101I A.N,
W ILL attend promptly to all business of the
profession cntiru-ted to his care.
OFFICE, lidgeleled C. Ii., S. C.
April 6 1858 tf_13
r HE Subscriber having furnished himself with
a license to ume this N EW PROCiESS of
INSERTMG ATIFICIAL TETH,
Is now rbady to serve all who nicy need such, wi-h
an aurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a
closer resemblance to the natural organs, than ca
be realize.d b~y any other method. Its perfect pa
rity, cleanliness, freedom fro~m all taste, or gulvamne
sensation, durability, comfort and security, are
among the advntarges claimed for this SUP'ER1Ok
mode or setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, if - . - .
T H OS. I. & C. II. MO I SE,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE A MOISE,
No. 7, Haynme Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jan27 ly 3
T flE Subscribers have formed a eopartne r.p
under the style of
J. S. & J. A. DOWIE, & Co.
For the purpose of conducting as
General Factorage & Commission Business,
IN THlE CITY OF~ CIIARLE8TON,
nI solicit conasignmlett of COT TON, FLOUR,
RA IN. nnd .'th..r country produse 'or sale.
.A MIS rt. liJWllE and .J0lIN A. B0WlE,
will devote their entire t.me to the business.
Ofice on Central Wham f.
J. S. BOWl E,
.1. A. BOWIE,
Sept. 21, 1858 8t 37
Yan order from W. F. I 'urisoc, Ordinary, we
.willI proeedl to sell at the Iate resid. mee of
Alfred May, dee'dl , on TIlURSD)AY, the 28th
inst , all the Reanl and Personal paroperty Ot s~d
dtcrse1, 'consisting~ of rthe
Homecstead Tract of Land,
,djminn lan-ts of John HI. May, S. W. Corley,
E. A. Dorn and others, and containing Threechun
dred and fifty necres
The :mhave Tract of l.andl will be sold in three
se~arate parcels or tracts, viz: The West end lying
on both sidcs of the Island Ford Road, and con
taining one hundred and fity ac-e.. Th~e East
nd, lying on the tathis Roadl, and cont~dning
One htundredl andl 11t1W acres. And thme middle
p~rtion, i'.luditng the improvements, and contain
iig Fifty neres.
One other Tract of Land,
Formerly ownedi by Mrs. Mary May, lying on the
Mathis Rtoad, adjoining lands of John S. Polatty.
J . Onzts and others, and con:ttining Two hun
.dred and bighty-four acres..
The interest, af the deceasedl in a Tract of Land
known'as the Henry Clatrk pilace, itdjoining lands
Le i Koon and othbers, and containing about &er
One Likely Negro, One fine Stallion, nine head of
Plantation Horses, Cattle, Hogs, one Wag..n, one
Baggy, Plantation and Blacksmith Tools, Cora,
Fodder, Wheat, Household and Kitchen Furniture
and other articles too tedious to mention.
glTerms of sale, made known on day of sale.
Persons having dIerands against the deceased
will render In the amount of their demands on or
before tihe day of sale ;and those Indebted are re
quested to make pay muent as soon as practicable.
Oct 4 4L
BY yvhtue of an order from WV. F. Durisoe,
Ordinary o'f NElgetieldl I istri,-t, I will proceed
to sell at the lute residence of -1.1I5. Taibert, dee'd.,
a Thursday, the 18th November n-xt, the follow
ing property, being a purtion of the personal Es-f
tte of said dee, ased, viz:
lionseold and Kitehen Fuirnitare, one Baggy
and iarness, twio or three llorses-one a line iBug
aor Carriage Hlorse-a choice lot of Cartl, and
Sheep, two or three Yoke of Oxen, one Ox Cart,
JEaxa OF SA tE-All sums of an undler $5 cash
-over that amount on a credit of twelve months.
B. M. TALBIERT, Ad'or.
Oct. 12 1858 St 40
Y an order from W. F. Durisoe, Ordinary, I
will sell at the'late residcnce of Levi Bled
soe, deceased, on thme 4th November next, all the
ersonal property of said deceased, consisting of
two NEGROES, Corn, Fodder, Wheat, Oats, 8tock
of Horses, Cows, Sheep, one Wagon, sett of Black
smith Tools, I lousehold and Kitchen Furniture,
and other articles too tedious to mention. The
Land will be sold or rented at the same time.
Txas-li sums of and under $5 cash-rll
o.er tat amount, on a credit of twelve months,
with intemnst fom day'of sale.
LEWIS BLEDSOE, Adm'r.
et19, 2t* 41
FALL AND WINTER
C L T NM
IJuder tie Augusta Hotel.
CLAYTON & KENNADY
ARE NOW RECEIVING -
The Largest' and most Complete
Ti1EY IIAVE EVER OFFrRED FOR SA E IN
TillS MARKET, AND) R&APECTF(TLiL
INVrE TilEIR O1.D CUsTOMER3
AN!) Tit PUBLIC VEiNERAL- -
LY, TO CAI, ANT) EXAM
Fashionable and Well-Made
FOR MEN AND BOYS'-WEAR.
They keep a full supply of
MERINO UNDRit10IlRTS. DRAWER., CRA
VATS, SUSPENDERS, GLOVES,
HATS AND CAPS,
OF TUE LATiMT STYI.E4.
CLAYTON & RENNAD?.
A agusta. St-pt. 28 1158 2m 38
Fall and Winter Style
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS
Wholesalea nz c. Ret1
EO. W. FERIRY, F ucusta, Ga., is
now prepared to greet his custom.,rs wIth
a new and extensive assortment of
Cents. Fall styllb Moleskin rnd Casslinere BATS,
" 1 " Frentch and A ier. felt do
"9 " Cloth, Silk Velvet, Plitsh and
Glaued Silk CAPi;
Yo.ths and Boys HAT aTdud CAPS, .l1 kninls ;
Children's Fancy dlo ,uot elegantistylt; -
Velvet,Silt, Chineal,Srnw and Lae IONNETA4
Silk, Seotell Ging. And Paragon UMllRELLAS;
Men's and Boys Wool llAT , every variety of
style and <puality;
These Goods are direct from Manufactures,
made expresaly for.this market, and will he sold
as lIow as same quality of Goods eaa 1* sol any
where. Call and see.
cEO. W. FERR , -
'Under Masonic ilall. Broad Sircit
Augusta, Sepit 28 tf 8
SPLENDID FALL & WINTER
RAMSEY & LABAW,
(Opposite the Union Bank,)
R LG ULN ti,-ir thanks to their maimereods
friend- and cuasera for tir liberal patron
age, and beg to assure them that they ar'no -
ONE OF T HlE LARGEST AND BEST
Ever offered irr the City, at prices below Iast year
We have in nad'tin the LARGEST Stoe~k o
In the South. all of our own make. -
gg We invite our friend. in'Edg--fleld and the
ajoining Distriots,- to give our St .ek isi exa'minn .
tin. We are always ainzi'-us to exhi-ait one Gwa,
and are connfd,-nt that the QUA LiTY and PRI1i0
of our Clothing miust give satisfaction.
A ugusta,1 Sep1t. 22,' tf -37
NEGRO BLAN K ETS,
KERSEYS, - .
GEORGIA PL AINS,
SIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS,
At Factory Prices!
ALTL those in want of such Ooda would do
well to give i's a call before latrchgahg else
where. DICKIEY ?'PIBBS.
Au,~usta, Ga., Sept 13 , if 85
I V Virine of sutndry Writs of Fieri Facias to
)me directed, I will proceed to soll at Fdge
11ieh1 Court I sousec, on the irst Mondlay nd Tues
day int November next, th~e followitng pr4.pert3y, in
t'he following etses, v1i.:
Johnt (ogan, and~ othe'-s, vs Il ilochare,
Two lots of Lind' itn te Vi laco of l'dgelb1 con
taning two neres etcih, ndjinaing lots t'f M. Fra- '
iet Ott the 8tnge Ro.'.d. and W W. Gooiad.
Piats of te s. nce will lbe exhibited on ta- dti of
sale. Aso, two negroes, via: A lhert and Dan.
Oct 13 3t 40
State oC'south Carolina,
I5 OUllIX.1 Ar.
Abigal Staltasker, A pplicatnt,
Susan rtalnak.-r mid
T. L. Martain, Guar., ad litem, Def'ta.
BY an order from the Ordinary of Ed~tefeld
JDi.triet, I i-hall proceed to sell at.Edgedleld
C. II., on the first, .Mondsryinl November next, for
partitzou, the Real Estate of smuel r-talnisker,
ec'd , a Tract or Parced of Land lying and being
in the District and tstate aforeialid containingM ory -
hundred and forty-three (1.43) acres,.miore or less,
and bounded by lands of S. Ei. Strow, Tandy
Bckhalter and T. r eighs-r.
T'erms-On a credit of twelve months from the
day ot sale. Puarebaser tb give Jiond with good
personal tiecurty atnd a Mortuage to the Ordinary
to secure the purchatse motney. Custs to be paid
in cash, and to pay for Titles extra.
J.tS. EW80N, S. E. D.
OctO 9 t 40.
Money Wated and must be had!
T 0 those who have patroniso I me so liberally.
dring~ the past year I return my thanks;
but then I do~nt knouw that I sihould be so thank
fut! after all, unless those who are Indebted will
cone forward, in a very short, tine, and pay up.
Those of moy entstomeirs who itmagine that I sell
my Groceri-s otn a credhit merely for the sake of
havinig a large amtotunt owing to mue, are certainly
mitakens. .MIy met:~as woul not wttrratnt such an
idea, even if mty desires were so. inaclinecd. Bat
zenteten, I NOW WANT MON h.; and you
whkom I have creditedl, withoaut' doubting your
ability or itclinaition to pay, I now appeal tofor as-: - -
sitance. Pay tme my dues ! And what you do, do -
quickly. E. T. DAVIS, Agt.
Oct 13 tf 4
Cherry Bounce ad Cordiaf
'I" u"''''''- h"'' u't'e'"'ed''' ne' up" l
of SUPhRTOR CitKRRY BOUNCIC~ AND
CORDIA L, wvhich is a most delightful drink, and
an excellent sunmer beverage. Call early and ---
get a dozen bottles er so, as It is going ofF like'
"hot cakes." W. EC. LiEGG.
July 14 tf 27
NTOTICE.-AII persona indebted to the 3 -
.4tate of John Kirksey, dec'd., -arc eeb
timely warned to make payment forthwithi,ad
those having claims againist the Estate are notifed
to render thoem in, propterly attested, at .an ear
day. E. P. II. KIRKSEY, aesing Ez'er.
Dec 30 tf --.I
lOTICE is hereby gi-vetn, that aplkitie
Nwill be m usle to the Legislature atits netes
sion, for a release of a'l the r ight and intreait.
the state in the Esebeated Property Oh t)$
MGregor; deceased, to:Jame'.Bendrso W ;.
lingh Mc~regor. - - .- -.
July.. 1858 Sa,2 : 8 "R