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Prom the Cntton Planter and Soil.
1ew happy was the eveistide,
In the goodold diayr now past and gone,
As round the farmer's fireside,
We gathered when the.day was done;
The Are-light fickering on the wall,
Stweet voices sounded in the hall.
Then songs and mirth and tales went round,
And many a shout of laughter clear,
ang out with joyous pealing sound,
Which loving hearts grew warm to hoar;
Gay shadows danced upon the wall,
ike city belle at the city balt
The ruddy blase of the great pine Are,
Glanea on the good dame, happy and mild;
Burnished the looks of the gray-haired'sire,
.Painted the cheeks of the frollieking child;
Frightened with lustre the long broad hall;
Cast many shadows on the wall.
And when the merry Christmas came,
Stockings were hung on the Christmas tree;
Ani the simple gift, and the good 'old game,
Made the old feel young, and the young full of
The shadows. lingered long on the wall
And light feet lingered long in the hall.
Many Christmases came and wont;
The old folks stood ou the brink of the grave;
Their forms were withered and feeble and bent,
And the youth grew up to wanhood, bravo;
Then the shadows trembla on the wall,
Like leaves t f Autumn, ere they fall.
Those days are gone,-time swift y fled.
And green mounds where the willows wOop,
Among the nations of the dead,
- Show where those old folks calmly eleep!
Then silence reigned within the hall,
And darkness shadowed all the wa.ll!
The little ones that sported there,
Scattered o'er earth far and wide;
Asailed by worldly grief and care,
Weep as they think of the old fireside!
In dreams they sport again in the hall,
And dance to the shadows on the wall.
We -hear -many complaints of the total or
partia- failure of the wheat crop, in various sec
tions of the country. In some places it has
en Winter killed, in others smitten by rust,
and'in many others cut off by the insects. TI a
truth probably is that, excepting destruction by
insects, there is 'about the same amount of in
jury received f, ow these sources as occurs every
year. The business of collecting information
from the wheat-growing districts is now so sy.
tematized that we hear much more of failures
than we were accustomed 'to ten years agti
Whole columns of reports are published in the
daily newspapirs, and the story of failure in
lifty counties of the union makes a great im
- ession. Wheat ha~ never been so certain a
crop as Indian corn. It is a more captioui plant
in its wants, and must have more careful atten
tion. It demands a porous soil, rich in Vegeta
.ble matter, such as is found in the newly cleared
lands of the West. In old lands the mechaniew~
preparation of the soil is a matter of prime im
portance. The more. nearly you can make it
like the virgin soil the b'etter.- If it he not a!
ready ary" it should be made so. The soil
- should be deeply stirred with a subsoil plow tc
let.the rains pas down quickly, and to give air
to the roots of the plants. More wheatis Wiater
killed by stagnant water freezing around the
plants than by any other cause. The 'deep
stirring of the soil is also a help in Summer
gadng thbceropaginst drought.. If the lane
nouderdrained it should be plowed in nar
rqw lands, iwith deep dead furrows to give the
'uater a clance to pass off into them.
Sow ExaRLv.-The experience of iwheat grow.
eits is very uniformly in favor of early sowing.
'The sooner it is put in after the first of this
udonth the better. The roots have time to get
a etrong hold of the soil and are not easily
thrown out by the frost.
SEL~uct YoUR SEED.-This may be done by
threshing the bundles only partially. A few
strokes of the flail will knock out the plumpest
-k'ernetls.. Some of the fanning mills have rid
dies for the purpose, running, the smallest ker
nels through,' and saving the large ones for
seed. Attention to, this matter is of great
importance if you wish to keep up the reputa
tion of any given variety. The early red varie
ties, such as the pure Red Mediterranean, are
most reliable against insect ravages.
Use a drill if you cultivate wheat in any con
siderable quantity. It will floon pay for itself
in the saving it makes in the seed, and in the
larger yield per acre. If without a drill, plow
in the seed with a shallow furrow.
MANsUass.-Do not be afraid of making the
land too rich. Wheat will not grow where
buckwheat and some other grains might yield
a tolerable crop. Barn yard manures are al
ways good and safe. Ashes, lime, plaster and
clover turned in green will each and all pay, in
* certain conditions of the soil. As good wheat
can be grown now as ever, in the oldest
parts of the country, if cultivators will heed
these suggestions-except where the insects
*happen to abound for the time being.-North
9Economicar. IHx-rs.-I. Have a workbench
and a few tools in your woodshed, or in a little
room at one end of your barn. There are many
small jobs in the course of a year, which any
man of common ingenuity can do as well as a
professed carpenter. And there are many rainy
days and " odd spells" when these jobs can be
done. And how much runnings to the village
and how much waiting and patience this would
-2. Have a place for everyth'n; and every
thing in its place. Those tools-why should
they be lying around, the auger here, and the
jack-plane there,,.and the saw yonder, and the
adze and screw driver nowhere? Don't put
away a shovel, hoe, spade or any implement
without cleaning it. This may seem neelecs
care, but in the long run it g saving of time
-and money. Rust corrodes and weakens the
i& tools. There are men who leave
t ows standing in the furrow, or laying by
the side of the fence from one year to another.
And the " bran-new" scythe is often left dang
ling from the crotch of an apple tree month
af ter month. Hear what a sensible farmer says,
" Drive in stout wooden pins to hang your
yokes upon; nail strips of board from joist to
joist to hang chains upon ; make a rack over
head for pitchforks, rakes, turning sticks," &c.
To all of which we respond, So let it be !
GA-rHER -E LEuvzs.-No manure is so well
worth saving in October and November as the
now falling leaves of the season. According to
- Payne, they contain nearly three times as much
nitrogen as ordinary barn-yard manure; and
every gardener who has strewn and covered
them in his trenches late in the fall or in De
cember, must have noticed the next season how
* black and moist the soil is that adheres to the
thrifty young beets he pulls. No vegetable
substance yields its woody fibre and becomes
soluble quick'er than leaves, and froma this very
cause they are soon dried up, scattered to the
winds, and.wasted, if not gathered and trenched
in, or comnposted, before the winter shall set in
A NEW WAY -rO BRNGn UP THE Cows.-Trav
elling a few days in Missouri, in sections where
the cows have a wide range,, we heard a new
Enticement to bring the cows home regular at
eve. That was feeding them with sugar the
sanme as you would salt, a little handful at eve,
at the~same time of day, would bh-ng thera
back to the gale with a regularity as-unfailing
as the sun. A fter they are trained in sugar
esti t maybe eomitted every other -night.
A i- moe abl hotuewivee assured mie
that the fact was well worth kno~wimg.-OMe
Ptr3LIsNaIP aVV WaDNaSLUAr SOaM1IUG.
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C iNDID ATE S
For E 't aorriff.
W. W. SALE,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
F. X. NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
w'or T .m Coletor.
C. A. HORN,
T. J. WHITAKER,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
J. P. A BN BY.
D. L. TURNDR.
W., F. DURISOE,
19. C. BUTLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Law Range,
EDOIFILD C. 11., S. C.
May 15 . tf 26
T E Undersigned having formed a partnership
in the PRACTICE of LAW and EQUITY
for Edgefield District, will give prompt and dili
gent attention to all business entrusted to their
The residence of Mr. OwE~s is at Barnwell C.
H-that of Mr. SEznzx.a at Rdgefield, E. C.
-W. A. OWENS.
May 26 tf 20
S B. GRIFFIN.- Attorney at L.AW and
s Solicitor ist EQUiTY, will attend punctually
to all business entrusted to ii. care.
He may be found at all imes either l'athe Office
of the Comamissioner in Equity, or in his own
Office immediately in rear of the Court House.
EDoBFZs. C. H., May 19, I'58.taf47
WILL attend promptly to all business placed
Win his hands. -o.
'Office at Edgelleld C. H., S. C.
Ma y199tf 19
P HY SIC IA N,
W.EILL attend promptly to all busincss of the
WVprofession entrusted to his care.
OFpica, Edgeteld C. 11., S. C.
April 6 1868 tf 18
' PHE Subscriber having furnished himself with
a lieense to use this NiEW PROCESS of
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, with
as assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a
closer resemblance to the natural organs, than win
b realized by any other method, Its peifect pu
rity. cleanliness, freedosn frrm all taste, or galvanio
sensation, durability, comfort and security, arc
amoeng thet advantageseclaimed for this SUPERIOR
mode of setting Artific.ial Teeth.
June 24, tf 24
T HO S. F. A C. I. M OI SE,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE &, MOISE,
No. 7, Haynie Street,
CHlARLESTON, S. C.
Jan 27 . ly 3
A. J. PELLETIER & Co.,
Paints, Oils, Perfumery, &c.,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Hamburg, Oct 6, 3m -30_
T HE undersigna begs leave to inform their cus
J.tomers and the public in general, that they<
have moved to tho well known stand formerly
RobInsona's Hardware Store,
And have on hand and still receiving, a WELL
SELIfCTED Stock of
STAPLE AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
clothing of every Description.
Also a full supply of Ii
Hat, Caps, Shoes, Trn nks, &c., &c. I
Which will be sold at the very lowest prices.
ggAliweask is to give us a call, and judge sa
for yourself. 5111 R U H
Hamburg, Oct. 12, 1%58. tf 40
R ANAWAY from the Subscriber's mother, 1~
~about the 1st April last, his likely IMulatto b
boy RICHMOND, about 21 years old, and about *~
5 feet 7 or 8 inches high. His color is tolerable
bright and his hair pretty straight, and wore
when he left a moustache. He is Intelligent and
tolerably quick spoken. He has been raised inJ
the house, and is a valuable dining-room servant
and ood ostler. d
It is supposed he is lurking about some of thed
neighboring cities,-either Hamburg, Augusta, P'
Charleston or Columbia. The above reward will
be paid for his apprehension and delivery In any ~
jail so that I may get him. And any information -
oncerning him will be thankfully received.
T. N. LUNDY.
June 28 tf 24 j
Ise Augusta Constitutioralist and Charles- fri
torn. eruywill'pes copy weekly for one wi
month and forward bisto T. N. L., Edgekeld C.
luggles with Ennsamened* Leather
Shifting Tops, $125. A
RookaWays for four persons, *160.
OACHES, CALECTIES, ROCKAWAYS, BA
ROUCH KS, PHAETONA, SLIDE-SEAT S
BUGGIES, BAGGAGE WAGONS3
&c., &c., &c.
[ARNESS of every- description, WHIPS, &c.
The undersigned have on band the largest Stock
f Vehicks ever offered for sale in the Southern W
ountry, which they sell at the lowest prices, and
Persons wibhing to purchase will be supplied
rith Charti containing our variety of Vehicles, to
rethcr with a list of prices. by addressing
REYNOLDS & CO.,
No. 69, Meeting St., opposite S. C. Institute.
Charleston, S. C., Oct 26 4t 42
SBE Subsoribers have formed a copartuerhip
under the style of'
J. S. & J. A. BOWIE, & CO..
For the eurpose of conducting a
leneral Factorage & Commission Business,
- IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
And ,solicit c,.nignments of COT TON, FLOUR,
GRA1N. and ..ther country produce for srle.
.AMIS S. OWIR and .OHIN A. BOWI-E,
will devote their entire time to the business.
Office ou Central Wharf.
J. S. BOWI F,
J. A. It-OWlE,
- Sept. 21, 1858 8t 37
ANSLEY & SON, v
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 0
AUGUSTA, GA., a
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BACON, LAlD, FLOUR, GRAIN, &C.
WVTL.'i'e'strict attnion to the Sale and
Purchase of N'erchandise, Flour, Grain,
nd all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUC 9.
By strict personal attention to business, we hope
Lo secure a liberal patronage from the citizens of
Edgefield and the adjoining Districts.
Orders for Bagging, Rope, Family Supplies, &c.
I.Iberal cash advances made on Cotton and other
Produce when desired.
Augusta, Aug 18 8m 8-2
state of soutI Carolina,
Abigal Stalnaker, Applicant,
Susan stainaker and
T. L. Martain, Guar., ad litem, Def'ts.
BY-an order from the Ordinary of Edgelleld
District, I dhall proceed to sell at Edgefield I
. 11., on the first Monday in December next, for
partition, the Real Estate of Samuel Stainaker,
dec'd , a Tract or Parcel of Land lying and being I
in the District aind State aforesaid, containing one
hundred and forty-three (148) acres, more or less,
and bounded by lands of S..B. Strom, ad
Buckhalter and T. Vigler.
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 be paid
in cash, and to pay for Titles extra.
J.A8. E[DSON, S. E. D.
Nov. 3 . 5t 43
State of South Carolina, e
Richard Berry, A ppl'oant,1
Edlney Mosely, John Delsughateran
wife Julia, and others, Der'ts. 3
B Y an order from the Ordinary of Edgetlehl 1
Dlistrict, I shall proceed to sell at Edgefield
Court I lo.use, on the first MondIay in December
next, for Partition, the Real Estate of Jane IBerry,
deceased, a tract or parcel of hanl, lying and being
in the Distret and State aforesaid, containing one
hundred and fifty (150) acres, more or less, and
bounded by lands of Ransom Timmerman, Jesse
Tmmerman and others.
T Eais--On a credit of twe've months. Purcha
srer o give bonid with good personal seem ities, and
t Mortgage to the Ordinary to seeure the purchase
money. Cost to be paid cash, and to pay-for titles I
ext . AS. EIDSON, a a.c.
Nov. 2, l&58 5t 43
State of South Carolina,
IN O RDINARY.
William M. Hamilton, Applicant. )
Rhoda Hamilton and others, Def'ta.
B Y an order from the Ordinary of Edgenitld
District, I shall proceed to sell at the late resi
ene of John Hamilton, deceased, on thme third
Fridaty in November (19th) next, for Partition, the
Real Estate of John Hlamiltn deceased. a Tract or
parcel o.f land, lying and being int the District and
Stte aforesaid, on the waters of Mountain Creek,
waters of Savannah River, containing one hundred
end fot ty (1401) a'-reu, more or less, anzd hounded by1
lands or Martin Qus, William Durst, Aaron Ouits
Taus-On a credit until the first of October
ext, (1859.) Purchasers to give Bond with gooda
personal securities, and a Mortgage to the Ordinarya
to secure'the purchase money. Cost to he paid in
ash, and to pay for tit'es extra.
Oct. 28, 185 8 3t 43 -t$
IIE STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA e
B Y W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge- C
Whereas, Elhn 51. Thtornion, hath applied to me
'r Letters of Administration, on all and sintrular
he gnaodu and ch~autlei, rigts and credits of Jacob
rho.rton, late of the District aforesaid dec'd.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
ingular, the kindred and creditors of the said detceas- tJ
d, to he and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's te
ourt for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield J:
ourt House, on the 20,1h day of N'ovember ins'., to re
how cause, if any, why the said administration should ~
ot be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this Jst day of
loveber, in the year of oumr Lord one thousand eight F
undred and fimyeight and in the eighty-third year s'
f American Independence. -
o . F. DUIRISOE, o.E D. at
Nov. 3, 1858 St 43
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Y W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
field District. .C
Whereu, John Hlarline, bath applied to me for Iet
r of Administration, on all and singular the goods 'l
rid chattles, rights and credits of Mary White, J
te of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admor~ish all and
ngular, the kindred and creditors of the said do
ased, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordi
iry's Court for the said District, to be holden at Al
dgeeld Court House, on the 20th day of November sa
et., to show cause, if any, why the said administra
on should not be granted. F
Given under my hand and seal, thmis 1st day of
v'r., in the year of our Lord one thousand eight so
mndred and fity eight, and in the eighty-third year sh
W. F. DURISOE, o.m~n. cr1
Nov. 3, 1858 31 43
OTICE-AII persons inlebted to the Estate
of .1. B. Talbert, deceased, are requested to _
ake payment at an early date. and those having
manda against said listate, will render them in
'operly attested for payment. edTA m'r
Sept. 29, 1858 19m r38
N Acconmmodalion HL40K will be run by the
.Subscriber from Edgefld C. II. to Augusta,
n this date. I'er'sons wishing to'obtain-seats -
11 apply at the "&Sluda Hese."'
Ocn.tob 19,aan Sf 41 1
New Granite Front Store!
FALL STOCK, 1858.
VM. H. CRANE,1?A
'HAS JUST iECEIVED
LARGE & sPL1NDID STOOK OF
UITABLE FOR THE SEASON.
His Stock of U
'ill be found large and Complete,- embracing all
,the Newest Styles, selected from
HE LATEST IMPORTATIONS
. IN NEW YORK.
e is also prepared to ofer unusual Inducementa
this Seson in
DOMESTIC GOODS. BEG
Is-Stock in this Department is very Complete,
cumprising everythins that is requisite A
for Family and Plantation use
all of which be is prepared
to sell at the
rery Lowest Prices for Cash!
Augusta, Oct 25 at
F A I
3.RODM ScN6RRELL) A
RE now purchasing one of the largest d
most elegant stocks of FALL and WINTER
'hat will be brought to this market this seas.n,
rhich will be bought under circum-tances that will hL
narantee the purchase upon the VERY BEST ,f iu
'ER\S, -and will therqfore enable us to sell them
Unprecedentedly Low Prices IN NEW
that they cannot be undersold, and will
DEFY ALL COMPETITION,.
IUALITYI STYLE AND PRICE.
And as our Rule of Business is C R I
AND NO DEVIATION, As will
lo one will pay -over market price, as the rule
brces the seller to ask the loWest market price, r
nd protects the buye. Therefore,
If you wish Goods at low prices,
- Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
f you like fair and open dealing, . TO C0
- Go to DROOM & NORRELL'S. S
f you dislike a doze' prices for.the same article,
and prefer." one price."
Go1o BROOM & NORRELL'S.
f you don't like to bo " baited" on one article,
and pay doubly (-n another,
Go to -BROOM& NORRELL'S
n fact, if you wish th buy cheap Goods, get good 9
value for your money, and trade where you will
like to deal, and bepfeased to send your friends,
Go to BROOM &NORREL L'S.
A ugusta, Sept, 1 -tf 84
TIRD ANNUAL FAIR SAN
The State Agricultural Society,
OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ob' 1helcd at Columbila,,
-oN THE UR
9th, 10th, 11th and 12th November nlext
H E Executive-Committee of the South Caro
lina Agricultural Society respectfully call the
Atentlon of the I80dTHERN PEOPLE~ to their
Lpproaching anniversary, at which Premiums will
e awarded for all articles ofAL Dd
Igricultural, Horticultural, or Xe- TH
Ls well as LADIES FANCY WORK and DO
The Halls for the convenience of Exhibitors are L4A
paciouns and admirably arranged, and considera
>le addition has been inade to the Stalls for the
secommodation of animals. AND Y4
All articles intended for exhibition will be trans
nortedI to and from the Fair by the Rail Roiads In
louth Caroina free of charge, at the owner's risk,
are the South Carolina R. R., which will require
mne half freight.
Visitors for one fare can procure tickets to go liTf 1
end return. -l
Exhibitors are earnesty requested to forward JJ.
heir articles early; and to give the R. R. Officers
imely notice of the time and point of shipment.
A. P. CA LHOUN,
A. HARLEE. Exe've w
W. R. ROBERTSON, .
'D. W. R AY, Com
3. A. METTS, IFine Fr
R. *. GAGE. wr
Oct. 6 og ~ 39 . wr
Oct. St - English
A I KEN Fine M'
Vilitary & Classical1Academy, - Doube
HIS A CADEMY Is designed for those who de.- Heavy I
sire that their .ms be carefully prepared for
dmission into the South ( arolina Collece or other I R
imilar Institutions, into the Sta-e Mil~tary A cad-IE
my, or for the activa.busines's of life.
The course of studies Is specially adapted to
luese ends, embracing so much of the Eu' h,
freek, Latin and French languages and the Wh DOMFD
maties as are requisite ; in all of which it in I o can b
im of the Inmtructors that their Cadets be'came EMBRIC
iorough masters of fundamental principles, i d ced.
cquire h'abits of thought and seif-depend~ee. 0 "
onmposition and Declamation receive their du Splendid
hare of attention. French,
The Cadets are drilled In the Infantry Tact ica; arnd E
ad the discipline of the A cademy is of tho N i.i
try order,-strict, inflexible and impartial.
The second scholastic year wi'll commence en
ue Fret Monday in January 1859, to continue Ifor.
in months exclusive of two' weeks vncation in
ime. Candidates for admission must be able t'o
uad and write with facility, and not be less than h
tirteen years old.
Tuition, Board, Lodgings, Books, Lights and
uel, furnished for One Hundred Dollars per 2es-m
a of five months, payable in advance. AToW
Parents will be required to furnish the uniform
ud other articles of clothing.
For further particulars apply to the undersigned,
GILES &r MANGlUM.
Alken, S. C , Oct. 0, 1858. 9t 39.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY !
HRISTJE a HURLBERT.
'HIE Subscribers offer for sale at the old stand
of R. H. Sullivan, a CHOICR collection of
Darriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
ud all other artiele's in their line, They have
ide arrangements to keep their House supplied
th the BEST ARTICLES, from the BFi
otories in the United States, whieh fuwill#I
1 LOW FOR CASH, or for g14h ptle cts
OA RRIAGES 'and' QJ~tikS of every de-. .
ption will be fqriiiged to order ogt sheot notice.
April 22 tf 15
TT C e-Alpersona indebted to the Es.
Eteofoden W. Posoy, dee'd., are request.
to make immedjato, payment, and all those
ring demands againut the Estate will please
ider themrn oto me legally attested within three
intha from this date, as at that time there will
a final settlement of said Estate. Go
ElIONSmu1st received five Boxes Chor
I LEMONB, B. T. DAVIS, Agen ,
layl tf- 1 ugni
LL DRY G00DS!
IAY & TURLEY
NDER THE UNITED STATES HOTEL,
NO. 115 CONGRESS STREET,
['0 INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC, THAT THEY I
RE NOW RECEIVING ,
ONE OV THE
LARGEST, RICHEST AND CHEAPEST
L AND WINTER STOCKS
h they have ever brought to, Augusta,
PURCHASED EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH,
YORK, BOSTON, AND PHILADELPHIA, AND PRINCIPALLY
BEFORE AND SINCE THE GREAT RUSH OF
WERE IN MARKET, AT SUCH
AT REDUCTION IN PRICES'
arrant us in assuring our Friends and Patrons that we can save them at least
[WENTY-FIVE PER CENT.
JNTRY MERCHANTS VISITING OUR CITY FOR RENEWAL OF
UPPLIES, WHO MAY HAVE BEEN NORTH THIS SUMMER,
WE WOULD SIMPLY SAY THAT WE
WILL DUPLICATE ANY BILLS
Pht Regularly in New York City,
AT THE SAME PRICES,'
G THEM THE AMOUNT OF TRANSPORTATION AND EXPENSE
OF GOING AFT[ER THEM.
~l HE ONL iiOMEINUR
THAT KEEPS AN EXPERIENCED PURCHASER
LYS IN TH E YEAR, FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF ATTENDING TO
E BUYING, OF SUPPLiES; THAT WE RECEIVE OUR GOODS
REGULARLY BY EVERY STEAMER, OF THE VERY *
TEST MODES AND FASHIONS,
)U WILL READILY PERCEIVE THE ADVANTAGE OF DEALING
IN SUCH AN ESTABLISH16NT.
AMONGM OUR ASSORTMIENT WILL BE FOUND
OF TIHE SEASON, IN
ench MERINOS, in Plain and Printed, from 25 to 40 per cent. less than they
MERINOS and OURS exremely e y;
Extension Steel Spring SKIRTS, from 81 50 to M;
,thi CLOAKS, from *450 to *7; worth fromn *10 tu *12;
arge size Negro BLANKETS, from 60 cents to *1;
EYS, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST EVER
BROUGHT TO AUGUSTA.
TIC GOODS of every description, warranted 10 per cent, cheaper than they
duplicated short of New York ;
IDERIES, HOSIERY, GLOVF.S, and nall Wares, in great quantities, ex
arg lot o PIBBONS, from Auton, new s es, an ery low ricedUN
OMESTIC GOODS, in. full supplies ;
And in fact all articles usually kept in the
ich we respectfully invite thne attention of the Public.
PLEASE TO RECOLLECH OUR LOCATION.
Opiposite i~eJh~11X l k ~fjoiiM ,
- SAVANNAH, GA '
GRAY & TIRULEY,
Next above hlenry Da Jy's Shoe Store.
ds delivered in Hamburg,. if desired' by
arolina patrons, free of chai ige.
HAVE W 1A Store, ay.etire
PLE and . FACY. DRY -OW h
411 be.sold at -Liwest'Polbib (eoq.
D SS GOODS., I have --
Duble Imp. ROBES;
R AobaATEDR a 6
Robe POMPAD IE
Robe ORILT .
Japon's and Arnola's HAMMERED STEEL
PINGS: No other Skirts can'equal the above.
Also, on band'the ordinarySKIR'S
IN EVERY STYLE AND QUAL.TY'
GIEO. SCHLEY'S NEGB. VOOk%,
Warranted all Wool fillid .
erseys, Osnaburgs, omeapa
at the Manufacturer'e pres.. -
White Mackinaw Bloakts,
a favorably known, and of whieb'I sold ad at
ways give satisfaetion.
Ladie' Clothad Velvet li. i,.
A beautfruland complete assortmeht.
In every style, quality and-price.
bracing every irticle u'uiAly'kept in a DlY
OODS STORiK, all of which -shll be'
.S0LD AT THE LOWEST PRICES,
Ur An examination of my Stock is respeotfily
L..0. DE1ING ..
CORNER, UNDER GLOBE HOTEL
Augusta,.Ga., Sept 13 tf , 30
POULLAIN,JENNING & C,
BIOCES A; COTTON 'TACTORS
Opposite Globe Hol, Auggta, A.
ONTINUE as herettfore, in conniectin w O
their Grocery business, to ittend to-the1al .
if COTTON and other Produce. -
They will be prepared in the Brick P ite
arehouse, now in procesa of.erectios.ip4thsar
f their store, at the intersectilon of UTackson'at
eynold streets, to receive on atorago au consiga
i Liberal cashk advances mad'.on Produiifz
ore when requested.
ANTOINE PO LAIN
Augusta, Aug 1, 8m 89
Boot and Shoe Noti e3
TIHE Suliscriber continuesi to ~Irve4
made, on the shortest notd6e, and. in -
1e best manner. th finest'and most shb
Itantial BOOTS and SH 6OES.
All orders left at his Shop will be prompt -
ended to. C. U. GRAY or myself iil be fbuha -
it all times in the Village-to attend40 aRl order's.
qo work to leave the shop -without thie lowledge
)f the Subscriber or. my Agent; 0. M.GRAY.
ex Shop opposites. J. Eya Livery Stabls'
.. . .YOUNGBOD.
June 2 tif -1.
STATE OF SOOTH UARONA
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, ,
IN COMMON PEEAS&.
E. H. Chamberan)
cs. Foreign 4Uac~Ament*.
John C. Thomas.)
H'~[E Plainifi thee abova statadeialisving
UthIs day Siml hal. DeelaratieniV may fius, and
the Defendant,.haingleeiher~wife, Attorney,
known to re: jhi.~ hliis'e Wcla at
whom copies of saidI derainith ru'eso
ian be served, Oneimotion M s.
Baon, Plaintitr's Ait~rn'ya. s , ial i.
Deendant appear -anfd, pknd to sa . D tiuou
within a ye-ar and a day froin th erlate 'hereof, or
.and aboluteja il0 h eimn, igeanst
~.adasoiteu~m~aG. BACOli. c r
Clerk's Ofice, S~pt.2,858, .y 38
F'INAL NOtICE.-All persons having any
Jclaimisagainst the Estate of Simeon' M.athis,
dbessed. are no ified that they mmnt render Them
in by the ist October next. and those lndebted mEat
pay up by Return-day, Or the Administrator will be
rorced to place said indebtednesa ilathe hands of aa
Attorney fur collection. The Estate agost be closed,
y the let October. - .
SIMPSON MATHIS, Adm'.r.
Aur. 4 tf ' -- 30
NJOTECE-Appulication will be made to the
LILegislatu re at its naext Session, to discontinue
tie Road from Saint Mark's Church to Rhinehart's
Mi as a Public Road.
SJuly 28 3m -. 29
NOTICE is hjreby given that application'wlU
ibe made by the Town Council of Hlamburif,
S. C., to the general A ssembly at ii next sessIon,
or an amendment of its charter.
Hamburg, August 11, 1858 If 81
N OTICE.-A pplicati-n wil be made ta the
' next Session of the Leaislature, for a renew
) of the Charter of the Hamburg, 8.C., Fire Ba
gine Company, with amendments..
Sept.1 858 - - tf
NJOTICE !-AIl persona indebted to the Ba
Ltate of George MeD. Rearden are requested
o make immediate settlement ; and these having
lemands against the Estat~e will plese presenit'
hem forthwith, properly atested. Aor
Jan. 6, 52.
Butler Lodge, No 171I.0.0..
THE Regularmeetingsof thIs Lodate
Swill be held hereafter in thsir NEW
HALL, By order of the N. G. -
July 27, If - . . . 30
EXECUTORS' NOTICE.-uAll persona
indebted to the Estateof John Jones, dec'd.,
Lo earnestly requested to make arrangements to
my up promptly that the provisions of the -wll
nay be complied with ; and all persona having
lemands against the Estate will pleaseprsn
hem to the Executors immediately, propeil at.
ested. A. J. HAMMOND~ E'
Spt S If -85
SOTICE-All those indebted to the Estate .
of Dennis McCartey,-dec'd , miist pay.up by
he 1st January next~ and those having claims
ainst the Estate wilAener them In by that day
eroperly attested. JacoR MeOARTEYd
Aug 25 1713' Adm'r.
OTICE.--AI persons having claims againat
Ithe Estate of William Logue, dec'd., are
erby requested to present them propely attest
d; and all persons Indebted-to said state must
rake immediate payment.:
B. H. YOUNGELOOD, Adm'r.
Aug 18 . . f 32
OTICE.-All persoadbtdt the Ea
Itate of John Kirksoy, de td,~e beeby
mely warned to make paieu f,th~h
hoe having claimsagal ts'l ar
o render them in, prpry Y at sa ert
ey. B. P. H. hEStacigE'r
~OIeE is hereby g'en i hat'ispplication
Lwill be made tothe egare at tits ext e5.
lon, for a release of all the llt and iliterest o
he State In the Eaeheated Prpryof Charles
I~regor, deceased, to James S. ederson and
Iuah Mc regr.
From and after this date GR AIN inaegrouni
myilon any day. R. T. IMS.;
ToTICE--Al persons lad'ebted to the Estate
Iof David Ouzte, dec'd., aze-req isted
he same without delay, and those having
gaint the same will render them inp eryt