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40 iuBissioaerstof the Poor,
To Mia Noar, the Presidlig Judp:
STe Commissioners of the Poor for EdgeOld
District, Report, That there was remaining in
the hands of the Treasurer, at his last Report,
the anm of Two Thousand fie hundred and fif
teen Dollars -and sixty-thrie cents ($2,515,63.)
Assunung the'amount of the General Tax of the
year to be hteen Thousand' nine hundred and
egiytodollr and seventy-nine cents, 18,
902,79;) as the basis of their estimate~te lard
on the - day of Januar 1858, assessed a
tax of Ten per cent. on the abve stated amont,
for the support of the Poor of said District from
which they expected to realise, after deducting
the Commissions of the Tax Collector, theFnett
sum of Eighteen Hundred and three Dollars and
thirty-six cents, ($1,803,36. The Tax Collee
tor has since p are n furnished a state
ment to the B dby which it appears that the
General Tax of the District, collected this year,
1858 ii Nineteen Thousand two hundred and
twelve dollars and eighty cents ($19,212,80) the
assessment of Ten per cent. upon which amounts
to One Thousand nine hundred and twenty-one
dollirs and twsnty-eight cents, ($1,921,28,) fm
which the Tax Collector deducted his Commis
sions, Ninety-iix dollars and six cents, ($96,06,)
and paid over the balance; one thousand eight
hundred and twenty-five dollars and twenty-two
cents ($1,825,22) to the Treasurer of this Board.
This amount, and the sum of Two Thousand five
hundred and forty-two dollars and fifty cents
($2,542,54) in the hands of the Treasurer at
their last Report, making the sum of Four thou.
sand three hundred and sixty-seven dollars and
seventy-two cents ($4,367,72) applicable to the
support of the Poor of said District for the year
which expires the first of October inst.
Whole amt. received by Treasurer, $4,367,72
Less by Commissions of Treasurer
for receiving, 46,30
During the year the Board has
expended forgen'l.expenees $2,407,77
For Comamissions to Treas'r. 60,19
Amt. ree'd. from Sheriff, for Bastardy, 51,00
Balahee on hand, $1,904,46
For a minute account, we refer you to the
Treasurer's Report, a copy of which is filed
At the last Report of the Commissioners of
thePoorthere were Twenty-three Pauperscharge
able upon the District. The Board have since the
last Report, admitted four Paupers to the Poor
House. viz: Martha Corley, A. Corley, John Blair,
and Mary Chapman-makling in all Twenty-seven
Paupers at the charge of the Districtthe last
year, and also Seven at the Lunatic Asylum,
Columbia, S. C.
Since our last Report, eight have left the Poor
House of their own accord, viz: J. Story, T.
Story, M. Stroud, . Stroud, B. Stroud, S. Strond,
. Chapman, E. Green-One has died, viz:
Richard Taylor, making a diminution of Four
Paupers at the Poor House, and leaving Seven
at the Lunatic Asylum, viz: Mrs. Mary Foster,
.Mrs.-A. Morgan, Mrs. Lovey Weaver, Celia Dean,
F. G. Freeman, Hezekiah Gentry, Martha Rob
erts.. We have at present Nineteen Paupers at
the Poor House at the cha of the District,
besides the Seven at the Aslum, a list of whose
names are hereunto annexe, together with their
age and disposition.
aIn the Lunatic Asylum.
Mrs. S. Foster, Mrs. Ansibel Morgan,
F. 0. Freeman, Ilezekiah Gentry,
Mrs. L. Wever, C. Dean,
At the. Poor House.
1. -Sally Polatty, age 51, blind,
2. Nancy Mays, age 55, infirm,
SNaney Rowe, age 57, idiotic,
4.Sarah Plymale, age 37r deformed,
5. Wesle Pyale, age 17, de'af,
6. ary Pmale, age 51, .
7.Mary Wison, age 32,,
8. Susan Holmes, age 51, afficed,
9. Lewis Holmes, age 26, idiotie,
10. Eliza Holland, age 21, deformed, *
11. Rebecca Mayes, age 26, afficted,
12., Jane Willis, pge 8,
13. H. L. Melton, age 45, idiotie,
14. Martha Corley, age 91, infirm,
15. Adaline Corley, age 37, cook,
15. John Blair, age 51, afflicted,
17. Fred Martin, age 9, aflicted,
18. Elizabeth Turnage, age 86, blind,
19. Thos. Rolles, age 80, afficted.
Total, Nineteen Paupers at the Poor House.
'All of whsich is respectfiull submitted.
-KM M. PADDGE, CHAaxa.
Oct 1st, 1858.
REPORT OF A. J. SMYLY, TREASURER,
Or THE CoMMrssiWEs or TRE PoOL.
Oct. 1. To amut. of funds on hand *2,515,63
" " for Wagon sold, 18,00
-" " for Potatoes sol 1,87
"4 " forlRent of Ln, 7,00
June 1. Rec'd of Tax Collector, 1,825,22
Ageate amt. rec'd. $4,367,72
Less bycomm's. on $1,842,96 a 2}, 46,30
Amt. rec'd from Sheriff, Bastardy case, 51,00
K. Total amt. received, $4,372 ,42
Oct. 17. Paid E. B. Hort, of Lunatic
As-ylum, - - $100,00
Dec. 4. -" 2. Pen, merchandise, 22,37
4. " A6. J. Smiyly, .for tobacco, 10,00
Jany. 4. " M. Etheredge, for beef, 66,37
," liammond & Lark, for
- roeeries, 87,96
Feb'y. 1. "-W. R. & T. S. Hudson,
merchandise and groceries 66,87
. "J.omilinfor corn, 25,00
" Dr. D. C. Tomukins, med
ickl account, 7,50
* 1856 " L. W.~V Barnes, blacksmith, 75
Jan'y. 21. " M. Frazier's acet. 11,17
1857 " " ." 3,25
1arhl8 "M. M. Padgett, flour, 36,25
"- : E. B. ort,slum, ac.350,00
, "E. B.- Hort, Asylum, 350,00
" Messrs. Hudson, groceries, 214,65
May 3.. " .Thos. Atkins, bastardy, 21,00
" Win. Spires do 30,00
" 7. J. Kennedy, blacksmith
- to.ols, 32,00
*" J. A. Bland, lumber, 2,6
June 1. "'8. Cogburn, .for ..elirer
ing paupersat Poor house 10,00
"Dr. Tomkins, for S. Park
man, for delivering pau
pe'rs at Poor House, -5,0~
Sept. 10. " L..O. I ovelace, hauling, 17,31
" CoL. Win. Quattlebumi, for.
delivering paupers, 5,0(
" Dr. J. Landrum, mcd. acet. 7,5(
" M. Etheredge, for quinine, 2.01
" L.-Herlong, for bread hoe, 1,00
Oct'r. 2. " A. Burnside, for groceries. 179,1(
" L. Herlong Steward, -400,04
Negro hire, 120,04
SMrs. Herlong, frsewing, 16,04
- .L.-Penn, groceries, &c. 134,52
" Sixukins, Dunisoe &Co.,
- Printing Reports, &c., 28,51
Add 2j per cent for paying out, 60,11
- e ' -*2,467,9'
Balance on hand, - l,904,41
- - -*4,372,4:
All of which ivs-spet adl ngitted. .
Oc J,15.:AJSM L rne'
To THo oALE . MUNao, auDxiro JUEt
of Court of Common Pleas, sitting at Edge
field, Oct. 1858:
The Commissioners of the Poor, in answer to
the Rule served upon them to show cause why
they -traded at Edgefield Village for supplies,
lileave'to submit tht follwig reasons:
FisA, Many articles aie required at the Poor
House-wbicli cainot be thougt of when we par
ohase our general supplies.
Secondly, The differencejin the price will not
justify the Treasurer in purchasing elsewhere.
Thirdly, It denies the District the use of the
money when purchasing elsewhere; and it is a
precedens established by all the former Commis
All of whichis respectfully submitted through
their Treasurer. A. J. SMYLY.
..Nov 11 it 44
S. F. GOODE, TREASAURER,
IN ACCOUNT CURRENT WITH
Comm'rs. of Public Buildings.
Oct. 1857, To amount on hand this date, $239,57
" "1" " Received of T.
Dean, T. C., the balance of
asse.:sment for 1857, %444,56
" " 5 To am'nt received from Odd
Fellows and Masons on their
note, signed by R. T. Mims,
& Co. 361,61
Less by commission, @ 21 per cent. 26,13
May 12, Dy cash paid R. T. Mime for
whitewashing Jail, Lime &c. 16,70
" " By cash paid R. T. Mims for
whitewashing Jail, Lime &c. 18,00
Feb. 17, By cash pail Thos. Richards
& Son, for Stationery &c. 13,25
Jan. 11, By cash paid Thos. Richards
& Son, for Stationary &c. 51,37
Feb. By cash Paid C. A. Raynfond
for ch'rs for Grand Jury roogpa 37,00
Jan. 7, By cash paid Simkins, Duri
soe & Co., for printing Treas
urer's Report, 1857. 7,50
May 14, By cash paid Cicero Akdams
for taking Mrs. Glover's dower 2,00
Jan. 5, By cash paid A. Simkins for
cementing parapet wall on Jail 10,00
Feb. 3, By cash paid J. Eidson, Sher.
iff, for verdict of Briscoe vs. J.
Eidson, Sherif, 82,19
Jan. 20, By cash paid T. H. Clark for
small repairs on Jail. 2,00
Sept 28, By cash paid N. Ramey for
1857. pavement in front of C. H. 16,00
Nov. 23, By cash paid W. Burrell for
1858. putting glass in C. H. and Jail 22,87
Oct. 2, By eash paid C. L. Refo for
repairing Tin Roof on Jail. 16,00
Oct.1, By cash paid N. Ramey for
balance on contract for build
ing Jail. 186,99
Add commissions on $476,87, @2J, 11,92
To amount on hand this date, 530,82
Also on hand one note due Commissioners on
R. Goulding, with J. M. Witt and Lewis Jones
security, for $25,00, with interest from March
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Nov. 11, 1858 1t 44
REPORT OF THlE
Comm'rea of Roads, Bridges, &c,
FOR EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
To His Honor the Presiding Judge of the Court
ofCommon Pleas and GeneraL sesions,fpr
dgfedDistrict, Fall Term, 1858 :
The Commissioners of Roads and Bridges for
Edgefield:District, peg leave to Report, That at
a meeting of the General Board; held at Edge.
lield C. H., on the first Monday in Jan. 1857, it
was ascertained that the sum of Three Thou
sand one hundred dollars would necessarily be
required to defray the current expences of the
District for the ensuing year, to be expended in
building and repairing Bridges, &c.; and, in or
der to raise the required amount, the General
Board, passed an order requiring the Tax Col
lector to colleet of the taxable inhabitants of $he
District, Fifteen per cent upon their last year's
G3eneral Tax, which was collected by the Tax
Collector and paid over by him to the Treasurer
of the General Board, and by him received and
disbursed, as the following Report of the Treasu
rer of the General Board, and the Reort of
the Treasurers of the Six Battalion Boards,
herewith submitted, will more fully show.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
WILEY HARRISON, Cnuaa's.,
Gien'l Board Comm'rs. Roads and Bridges.
A. Joxes, See'ry.
*REPORT OF THE TREASURER
Of the General Board.'
Balance remaining in the hands of the
Treasurer, 1857, $1,171,16
Ree'd. of T. Dean, Tax Collector, 2,705,04
" of James Eidson, Sheriff, 70,21
Whole amt. of funds $3,946,41
Paid W. A. Turner, Constable, ' $1,00
" Wiley Harrison, Treasurer of
Upper~ Battalion, 9th Reg't. 1,200,00
" .Jnes, Treasurer- of Lover
Battalion, 10th Reg't. 200,00
" Lee Holson, Treasurer of Lower
Battalion, 9th Reg't. 300,00
SRobt. Bryan, Treasurer of Up
per Battalion, 10th Reg't. 200,00
"B. F. Maya, Treasurer of Upper
Battalion, 7th Beg't. *21,200,00
" Treas'r and See'ry by agreement, 146,89
Whole amount p aid out $3,247,89
Balance in hands of Treasurer, 698,52
G. A. ADDISON, Treas.
REPORT OF THE TREASURER,
Upper Battalion, 7th Regiment.
Rec'dI of W. Wise, former Treasurer, $254,78
" for stray Steer, 8,50
" of John R. Wever, Tavern License, 50,00
" of G. A. Addison, Treas'r of the
General Board, 1,200,00
"of J. P. Courtney, Road fine, 2,00
Whole amount received, $1,515,28
Less by Commissions on $1,260,50
at 23 per cent. 31,51
Whole amount of funds, ' $1,483,77
Paid T. N. Lundy, for Bridge, $13,00
"Johna Seigler, for Bridge across
his pond, frtoBigs 125,00
" J. DvrfrtoBigsars
H~orn's Creek, 800,00
"W. Wise, fbr Bridge near Horn's 400
Creek Church, .400
" -Jackson Holmes, for Lumber, 15,00
" Simkins, Durisoe & Co., for ad
'1 Tillman Padgett, for Eauling, 3,50
' Clerk's fees for one year, 10,00
Add Commissions at; 21 per ent.- for
paying out $1,431,85, .35,78
Whole amount paifi out, -$1,467,66
Balance in the hands of Treas'r. 16,11
B. F. MAYS, Taxas.
REPORT OF THE TREASURER,
Lower Battalion, 7th Regiment.
al.... .remaining in the hands of te
Treasurer 1857, 2 885.,0
Ree'd of Steven Wilson, for stay horse, 28,0(
Less by Commissions for receiving
$28,00, at-21 per cent.
Whole amt. of funds for 1857, $2,912,31
Paid Simkins, Durisoe, & Co., for adver
Wiley Glover, for laying 5 Pick
Axes with Cast Steel - 2,5C
S. Shaw, for laying 3 ick Axes
with Cast Steel, 3,000
U S. Shaw, for 2 Steel Wedges 50
jets. and 2 Grubbing Hoes, $3, 3,50
"' S. Shaw for 3 Pick Axes, $5, -
and 3 ick Axe handles, 75 cts. -5,75
" J. J. Kennedy, for 6 Pick Axes, 4,50
" Alfred Pardue, for repairiug two
Chas. Pardue,forrepairing Bridge
at Graniteville, 10,00
" Robt. 0. Lamar, for Bridge across
Long Branch, 75,00
J. C.Loveless, in part, for Bridge
across Stevens' Creek, $2,718,54
Add Commissions for paying out at 2j
per cent. 70,98
Whole amount paid out, $2,910,27
Balance in the hands of Treasurer, 2,12
S. W. GARDNER, Tas'a.
REPORT OF THE TREASU'RER,
Upper Battalion, 9th Regiment.
Rec'd. of Geo. A. Addison, Treasurer of Gene
ral Board, $1,200,00
" R. Hardy for License to Peddle
for 9 months, 37,50
" Jas. Callison for Tavern License 50,00
Deduct Commissions for Recieving at
21 per cent. 32,18
Whole amountoffunds fortheYear 1857,$1,255,32
Paid Isaac Boles for building Bridge, $525,0'0
" J. P. Quattlebum for keeping up
Bridge at Andersons 26,00
" Chesley Wells for Bridge aross
Bird Creek, 100,00
Talbert & Cheatham for Bridge
across Burkhalters Branch, 125,00
" R. Parks for keeping up Bridge
at his mill, 100,0
" W. B. Dorn for keeping up three
" Clerk's fee for one year, . 10,0(
Commissions for paying out $1086 at
21 per cent., 27,1
Whole amount paid out, $l,11/1
Balance remaining in the hands of
WILEY HARRISON, TasisUaRA.
REPORT OP THE TREASURER,
Lower Battalion, 9th Regiment.
Balance remaining in the hands of Treas.
urer, 1857, * 115,27
Re'd. of Geo. A. Addison, Treasurer of -
the General Board, '300,00
" of-J. MI. Clark for Tavern License 50,00
" L. Corley, Esq., from sale of
stray horse, 12,20
"of F. J. Makey for Bridge Plank, 1,25
Deduct commissions at 21 per cent for
Whod amount of funds for the year 1857, $469,64
858. -- Ca.
Paid Lee Holson for two Bridges across -.
Beaverdam & Cedar Creeks, $415,00
" Simkins & Durimue for Advertising, 1,12
" John Burns for hauling on road, 2,00
" F. W. Burt for hauling on road, 3.00
" Mrs. Swindle for Bridge Plank, 1,50
" Clerk's fees for one year, 00
Add commissions for paying o'ut $432,62 100
at 21 per cent, 10,81
Whole amount paid out in the year 1857, $443,43
Balance remaining in the hands of
LEE HOLSON, TREAsUREM.
REPORT OF THE TREASURER,
Upper Battalion, 10th Regiment.
Balance remaining in hand of the Treas
urer, January 1857. $101,91
Received of Coleman & Smith for Tar
era License, 50,00
"of Geo. A. Addison, Treasurer of
General Board, 200,00
" of James Attaway for stray Cow, 16,60
Less by Commissions for receiving
26,60 @ 2} per cent. 6,66
Whole am'at of funds for the year 1#57, *361,85
Paid'Henry Hill for repairing Penn Creek
" J. A. Turner for repairing Mountain
Creek Bridge, 1,00
"C. Attaway for hauling rock, 1,50
"E. A.-Dornm for rep'ng Sleepy Creek
" N. ieniderson for hauiling, e 1,50
"C. Attaway for hauling, 3,50
-'S. Mathis for hauling, 36
"3. Quattlbbum for repairing Rocky 90
" Arch Lewis in part for Bridge at
Tompkin's Mill, 200,00
" Clerk's fees for one year, 10,00
Addomm'ns for paying out$249,13,@2} ,2
Whole amount paid out in 1857, $255,35
Balance remaining in the hands of the
ROB'. BRYAN, TaBAsURER,
REPORT OF THE TREASURER,
Lower Battalion, 10th Regiment.
Received of Gee. A. Addison, Treasurer
of the General Board, 200,00
" of Win. S. Smyly's Adm'or. for
mer Treasprer, 917,8fi
"of M. B. WVhittle, Esq., for stray
" of A. Jonies for stray Sheep and
Less by comm'ns for receiving at-21, 5,00
Whole amounnt of funds, - $1,116,7]
Paid Harday Wheeler for Indian Creek
"Treasurer a balance due last year, 9#5
" James Abn.ey for hauling, S7
" Calvin Vaughn for hauling, 3,01
" Win. Merehant for hauling, 1,51
" Mathew Smith for hauling, 5,04
" Lott Jennings for three Pick Axes, 3,71
"~ James Fulmer for Hauling, 7,51
" James Span for haulinL 2,51
" Ambrose Whittle for haiik . 2,51
" Ambrose Whittle for CI Ci h Veek
" Wes~e Corley for Bridge,, 12,0
" Azaria Stone for Cherokee Bridge, 620,0
" Jas. Spann for.West Crmek Bridge, 50,0
" Wiley Shumpert for hauling, 2,5
" John P. Mike or Pointer, 1,0
d Cerk's fees fr, oaea yas 10.01
Add comm'no for p gntat'21pr't 20,21
Whole amount paid ou, in 1857, $828,79
Balance rem'ngin the hands of Treas'r. 287,92
- A. JONES, Tasurts.
Nov. 11,1858 44
JA M ES H ENE Y,
BEGS leave to call the attention of .6ts friends
and. he public to his large and wtl assorted
Stock of Faney & Domestic
He having disposed of all his old Goods piavious
to his going to the North, Is now Inpossessoior 'f an
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK
Which compriee. all that is
Fashionable and Desirable in Style!
He has added to his Store another Department
in which he keeps a large supply of
&c., &c., &c.
All of which will be sold at prices not to be beaten
by any. House in Augusta.
He has a splendid lot of DELAINES, worth
87 cias. which he sells for 25 cts.
CLOAKS and S11iAWLS, very cheap;
All wool DELAINES, ROBES, &c., very cheap;
Fine SILKS, all styles, cheaper than ever;
Emb'roldered COLL AS worth $1, for 50 cts.
AND ALL OTHER GOODS IN PRO
Augusta, Nov 1 tf 43
W 8 MAThFWS, Opposite the Masonic
llall, Broad 4treet, AUGUSTA, GA., has
returned from the North, and just received a
LARGE STOCK of
Millinery of all Kinds,
DRESS CAPS, IiEAD-DRESSES, HAIR PINS,
And a great variety of other Goods, such as
FNE CLOAKS, FURS, WORSTED GOODS,
EMBROIDERIES, SKIRTS, HOSIFRY,
Alexander% -M& Gloves,
With many oiher Goods-too numerous to mention.
Augusta, Ga, Nov. 1 8m* 48
WHOLESALE AN D RETAIL
I(Choice Foreign and Domestic
WINES LIQUORS, SE GARS,
&c., &c., &c.
THI E 8:thsrlber ha~vlag discontinued the retail
Lique usiesls,-aund having rejienished his
stock, in eve'ry departmenft; most respectful!y in
forms h's p; itrons and the puig generally, that
he will dev. te himelf exclusively to the
CONFi ECTIONERY LINE,
And is prepa ~ed to furnish an"y ef the above ar
ties, and at he lowest possible prices. Thankful
for the patron. age heretofore extended to him, he
respectfully aol Icits a continiuancei of the sanme.
Augusta, Nov 1 8t 48
WXs H. TUTT,
WHOLESALE~ AND RETAIL
--D EA-LER IN
French, Englisk. and American
D RlU G S,
BDL UE IT OhIE.
8,000 Lbs. for sale very'.Jow, by
W. I1' TUT T, .Drugglst,
180, B: oad Mtreet, Augusta.
LiNSEED OIL, WR'ITE LEA D, &c
500 Gallons English Lins~ wd Oil;
,00 Lbs. Pure White Lea. 'd;
Colours of all kinds. F~ cr sale at very Jow
figures, by W. H. 'I UTT, D~ruggist, \
No. 108, Broaa treet, Augusata.
SPERM, WHALE AN D LARD OIL.
A large Stock always on ha:sdi and for sale low,
by W. H. Ti TT, ltruggist, '
No 108, Broad Street, Augusta.
The beat article kn:.svn for maki a roap-cheaper
and better thsn Poinah. For i ale by
W.-H. TU] TT, Druggist,
./ No 106, Broad street.
Augusta, Novl 1 ,t 43
7T H REGlMENT, S. C.M.
CNAvYs',CaRaI,' Oct. 30th, 1858.
COURT MlAI11TiAL will convene at the Old
AWells on situaday the '13th . of Novente
net, for the trial ot defaulter, in, Patrol and Militia
duty. The Court will consist of the _following
i ent. Co'l. LYI3RAND, President.
Capt.. BRA, Leiuts. Buss,
S Pa-ryv, . ' Mavs, -1
" ZaoaaRIC. . NILLaa,
" Ilanat,. " Sm, -
,J. C. M~cT~o.i, aludge Advocate.
By ord--r o'f Col. D. I,.8IIAW1
P. M. CoLEuA, Adj't, 2
Ni :3, 1858 2___ _ __ _
10Til REGIMENT,8 C. M~., ?
Ma-ECrEaK, Oct. 30th, 1858. 5
A COUTRT MARTIAL will be hield at Rlchard--~
. amsoville, on Friday the 19th November next,
fr the purpose of trying defaulter. for neglect of'
'liitia andl Patrol duty. -
Maj. 11 A. DEEN, will act as President.
Captains of the-resp~ective Companies throughout
the tegiment will appoint a member from each of
their Companies. By order . .ATON
J. II. Witrra, Aalj't.
N ov. 3, 1858 St 43
Lcyupersollte to the Esitate of Mrs.
Luc Sumerlldecessed, sie requested to
Ipay the esin forthwith ; and these having demands
gasint said Estate will please render them in pro
} per'y attested, as seon as possible. I desire to settle
up the Estate without delay. Ai'r
B. M. TALBERT, m'r
. Nov. 2,1858 ' I)m . 43
~ ~OTICE--All Persons indebted to the'Estate
of . .Turner, deeased, either by Note or
aseount, must settle up forthwith ; and tho.e hay
in demands against the same will please iender
Stheir amnounts in on or before the diy of Salm, or as
see as souvenlient. TO.AKTAdr
I a 71. ~.. A IS, A'o
FALL AR WTER ThADED
J. A. VAN WINKLE,
HAS NOW ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF BLACK AND COLORED
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES & VESTINCS,
WHICH ARE ALL OF THE B9ST QUALITY, AND WILL BE
Made to Order, in the most Fashionable styles,
WARRANTED TO FIT!
-A n J :M -
FINE READYMADE CLOTHING
ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED, AND WILL BE SOLD AT
THE LOWEST PRICES!
J. A. VAN WINKLE,
Under U.-S. Hotel.
Nov 1 3m 43
READY-MADE CLOTHINC & HATS,
MEN, B.OYS AND CHILDREN.
A, P. BIGNON,
No. 189, Broad Street, nearly opposite the Post- Office Corner,
AM recoivin wt sekly through the season, FASHIONABLE and WELL-MAD1I
CLOTHING, of my own manufacturb, to which I respeotfull call the attention
my customers, and I-ersons visiting the City, I have alsoa 000 ASSORTMENT o
. Shirts and ur mAng Goods,
And respectful iuvite an exvmination of my Stock and prices. Also, on hand a good
assortment of LANKETS a.d WOOL HATS, suitable for servants.
Mr. JOHN 'LYON ie engaged in the above Establishment, and will hi
pleased to see and wait on his frie. tds and acquaintances.
Augusa, ov 1 2m . 43
PINE LANDI SPECT ACL ES!
26 7 A C-R-E.S. fe
- SITUATED ON .a P'C1I
Edgefeld & flamburg Plank Road, ~o
THREE MILES FROM THE VILLAGE. MreAg.~
REMAINDER WELL TIMBERED AND WA- Amntll8~
TERED! itefanod W .firs,
Nov 8 f d . iay ilt e1t yO liD
A Beautiful Residence for Sale! m E
IHE Pubscriber is decsirous of selling his DE- Tu sT ev otsee. ~~ItUtf~
ILIGHITFUL RB~IDENCE. situate one mil15ae . ucaest ient .'
from Ediefield C. H., on the old Stage Road fr.1otaOM~eAP$W
Edgeleld to Augusta On the premises are every Ny , 15
Improvement necessary for the comfort and cos
venience of a family. The Trat contains shout P bi ae
Forty aeres, a portion of which ii woodland.
g~ Call soon, if you'wish to buy. Terms so- JY iiiso I re rmCa
commodating and reasonable.. wit.v.cJOHNSelON.ueda ii
Oct 13 tf 40 cesdcaeOESCNDI&QD.
\RAGE astnsa M CART jdnd of Spee*
HORSES, on fine ot o ?tILI 001.'
canF piAgle a as. e lot- sof TC
of efoe,' Trm Cmae kow o n Je y orste
In arwel Dstict boningtoghnEsatoo O the8 1.858c s2etes 4er 3h L
Dr. 3.0. Gulnard~acesseMaboudedpatly b
th Sut Eiso ivran o wic i a~1w Admini lratel9S Sale.
and Four illabou j mies fom Dvis'Bridg, 1)Y anorde from W .. F. . -oe, Or
stramofwatr. 3.0.GUINA Dx or. Weuesday , the 1th eme n -t tte eie
Teoety of id geas onitn lof
eendb1~g Sx Hsad-.~dAcrs. ~ t~dKten Putue, aovnd ote ~ic totdost
buiiiuarAl5, a oodi~aw Mill Abut 1~ Iwil r,o edn toe sel don Tsdi y 1R6th 1R R
acrs . u~~ :rac ar clare-7 of hic e r eto t aigt bie arte reai n e r of ther im
J~a o te PneHose.I il t4keplas rIn TsAGon nums O de CART cs-er t "
skeingth lad * ay oie homaywi Hto afORSES, on e inred t of lve Cont wit inen
FOR se SAL.' BORE EFos duTe. caer fuie note a dTtw ap.G
O Ntept h ofNvme ntf no di p rosed and oneiot of i SHEE fP. o.n o hue
of ______before_____________ u Terms ofmae know coplidy ofitah .
Abu 2T0 eeso Ln, Oct. 27, 18588 A. 42L TTse
In L rsns Dinet ed--ogn to the statec on 'tt rS ut aoia
Dr.tJ. no duarddc qe s toned aretleyu by EDG. .~ D1TRC
the outh dyo Novemr anexwhct. aw" IN
a e four sle toundrmesdr Da vi rid-o e , Y nore (21)f rom .F.Dra .Eqrdnr
cre of ta40 onfonnCee.TeBid H.aC. Turner, adoes, alteproarpr
ings on saidylacf seialleewaandtheLandstingaov
woa d flk oprh 0or l lehdeVrueo a rerio
(U Subrbes , deswirIill tochange Nois, bus wllpoedi-sllo h 1t ayo o
*,ofr for saoJiATO LWAY ND nr e', h R~TO LIDo hc
sen 19,186Si u dd A4e 1 O the dcae ie ttetm fhs'aho
plaRdcky Cr~ ood Dwetling Houour hnddrld nndessary
LAeNfth S .rc r clerd7 ofL whsiches arerles budd ylad o h
East oftethf Mark Mathee.,IdwieastdeU.leasuro .
sh w 1i . e sodo ny the wh oay ish to- un Tou tis i.A Tre n tes
7L2eso 6idetdt Acre lc.ubscriberet t scue hepuchs
ios wodla e, t are reqesn d o setl e u p bydI g'oaitnwl ecve s a 5
fI Shaid forc is ounded landsghyoe (281) ~ Til lnato sstutdcat ilsr
A re.o Ladone MountainhCrek.an know Bui d rfedC io h hpe od
Ninxson, said pAac aSe alInw, ad te Lndsin.
hh as te a'on pkplcac10e.1 alhd
md. segro e dit f o f neh wo xhangd teas, O ct2wt4
iherest eonedb the tras soJanuary
ihutil thL.yo sal . U OWA
Ov. 39, 1358 di 3 L riayOfEgludDsrct ilpoea
to sLlbat thedutenresdencetf M.nB.aylbnrD rdeem
beon Thusdaytte 18eh ovemberuext, thonollow
w entyp mierAgsa .o Tae! eoet, ensprto fte esnl
int iUS acind hfaing alt,-ot hspae, thre Hosit n KthnFriuroeJ
sais oan rth cl geae d mC.tly undere go d Iapitoo ho ossoeafn u
el. aid Tract ison ded ilas gy J orCriP.oreaeoc oto atea
.a he37nA 9 of o e woa d t r ey r S hepw r t r e Y ke o x n n x C
w wh nees -nerthetamout onatt rinstfatwlvenonsh
h.sw..--The aboe band ean bel bangmd ort h p ur chsri-lb eure ihgo ueis
pese nti thep adayqu of hose. ta aese .M A BRA'r
N th. las 185 or5rptefr.Ot1216 4
Stoc an prbovibersca b had et th place. he
10nihles Nrof Eded C. sal, ires crtotVCLETSEDWET
all ei Joh n d cays the plce or the Dithct.~ASbe brhsfrsl ag o fSpn
Two euhe andedAsareMun Wil re-t. balanoeTcmpiin teGaean o
' erisi to uit che pucaser. loka th etis pl tll ei
C Nov. 3, h Mc8 rty th 43oe Nor.on' the4
subsribe nea Mout Wiling
Under Augusta Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
3. K A U F F E2,
I EGS to acquaint the lhabitants of Edgefeld
and vicinity that he has commenced bal
ness with an entirely NEW bTOUK of
PLAIN & FANCY DRY GO08
To which he would partica'arly.call their atten
tion. The following list wll- show the L 0 W'
PRICE at which I am selling Good.
DEBEIGE8, at Of eta, w.irth'12 cts
Prin ed DEL AIN aS, at121 etd., werth Ife ets.;
English MEKINOS, double width, at 16c. pr yd;
All wool PLAB9., double widths, at 31 eta.;
8-4 W OOL SH AWL4, at $1,00;
Checked and %tripod Mi'SLINS, at 121 ets.;
White BRILLIANTICS, at 121 eta;
Linen Cambric Hdkh. at 75 ets. per dozen;
CALICOES from 6f ets. upwards;
Superior SHIRTING-4, at 61 eta;
GIsGHAMS, fast colova, 121 eta.
Marlboro PLAIDS and STRIPSn, at11 eta. by
Kerseys and Domestic Goods at Factory prioes;
White ahd Colored Cotton llutSE,at $1 adozen;
Kentucky J9 ANS, all colors, at 20:cts ;
Negro BLANKETS, full aies, mt ,6cts'Pr PAIR
-My Stock of
Is the LARGEST and CREAPiST ever shown
in Augusta, consisting of
Swiss and Jaconet SLEEVI.R, at 25 ets pr pair;
.. " " VTS, from 76 ets.;
6 " COLLARS, from 20 ets,;
Also, a large var;ety of Bands, Jaconet and Swiss
Edgings and Insertions.
Also, every novelty in
Rich Silk Dress Goods,
CLOAKS, SJ4AWLS, ko.
I have every facility or isollink Goods at -Bee
suarkably Low Prices, as -I have a
Brother who resides at No. 444, Third Avenue,
New York. He is constantly In the market and
purchases Goods for Cash, consequently I am ena
bled to sell Cheap.
N. B.--Terms Caula, and no Se
cond Price! All Goods marked in
Augusta, Oct 25 Im 42.
MILLINERY &FANCY GOODS.
R. M. TWEEDE,_
- AVuSA, Ga, .
i A-4 just returned from New York with her' full
SELECRD 8TO. K of the latetstyW of
Fall and Winter Gofs,i
Comprising O.NNETA of eviery variety'of Tash
Ionable material, Head Dresses, Vancy Hair Pins,
Ladlem Dress Caps, Cloaks - and Cloak Velvets and
Trimmhngs, Zephyr Shawls, Lace Veils, Fetts of
Collars and Underaleeves, Flowers,.Ribbona,, ru
els, Extension hloop Skirts, Corses, Ec.,
Ladies visiting the City will ftnd*a full supply of
every.article In the Millisery and Fan:y 4depart
ment of dress., at the Lowest Prices, at
her Store No 162, Broad btreet.
Augusta, Ga., Oct26 .1m 2
WATCH, CLOCK &JEWELRY
S T O R E.
PgRAI1V.TWEEDY, Augusta, Geo.
E near the.Lower Market, has now a .LiBG~
and FINEg stock of
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Of the latest styles and fashions.
U LO,0KS of the beat make and warranted t
newesit andi rarest 's Ids
of the richest variety.
Swarranted by the i
GiveE. 'tWKEEIY a1i
Augusta, Octl.,6 9
FALL OF 1939.
At 25 Srad .Un r U.L. otL.
L~5g, WAT~ ,,1EWELRY, Silvdr
1 agil Ppted &. Gall,
ad -be H .Tj VY7O ,,.of most M
SAll work ippnelen ,
the Whand Jt/I .h'eOr.4~
arriving, of the newe.t patte. M''
IA fair share .-f patronage, propp;bg'nate to an
ample Stook of every thing in his lineg'kespet
fuiiy solicited.- '
HlENRY JT. OSBORNE,
w atch, Optical andi Jewelry Establ:ahment, 236
-itroad Street, under the U. S. Hotel, and oppodte
tite City IMank, Augusta, Ga.
,gssOct. 5, le58 tf 3
BOOTS & SHOES!
'GAN &* CO., ofColum
P .FLAlk --ened a branch of-their
e ia. 8:. C., havor have nsow lin e ~e a
business at this place, anid'-. 'oitment of a the
full $tock comprising a full' as :sting in part of
ditlferent styles and qualitites, cons TU
Ladies' fine Hieel GA ITER% and flh- KIN0.
"t " ' LIPPERS and 3.\ -d
Mlisses' & Children's SLIPPRS& BOG''.
Gentlemi n's flue Bump Sole, Dream andj .er
Gentl.-mens' fine Pump sole, Dress snd Water
Proof GA ITER4;
Gentlenmens' Patent Leather GAITSI and
Together with a large iPtock of Negr-o D-o..
gans, Nail-soled, which are thought to he spe
ror to anythiug of the kind ever brought to this
From past experience in the business, we fel
satisfed that we can
To purchasers that have never been heret.of
fred In this Town, Our Stock is man ad -
by ourselves anid bought f-om the manufacturers.
B00T.4, s8OEM &e , of overy kind made to
order on shortest notice
or Terms (Cah for all ready atade work.
P. HI. F..NlGAN & CO.
Edlgefli~d C. If., Sept 28 6t 88.
ALL persors indebted to me atfO roqtested toecal
and settle op, as I am obliged to haveo the
gyi have a few Ladles' CLOAKS and WOR
ST .D GOODS which I will sell-at greatly reduced
prices. B. C. BRYAN. -
-0ct 27 .t 4 42
IECUTORS NOTICE.-All persons
.Jhaving claims against the Estate of Avory
Bland, deceased, are hei-eby" notified to present
them, properly attested, iimediately.
. -J. A. BLA NI, Ea'crs.
E. Bf4AND. -
Jan. . tf . -
T OST OR MISLAID-Three~oes pays
LA ble to ii. C. Tureer or bearer, one of themn
signed by myself for $55.00, given sonse time last
Marh ; one given by .1ao.b andi James HarlI' fer
I$25.00, given in June last, and one an Sarah wy
f..r $19 or $15, (the p:-eeiso amount not rclgia
nor the dates of an...) The two Airst de'e latJass
ay next. 1 forwarn all persons from tra'ding- i
said Nutes. TiOS. A TKINS, Adna'or.
Out. 27, '1858 3t 41
the. Emtateof 11. C. Turner, . , i
pleaserendpruhan a hatvint ~fr u
Ont 27, 58- a 5