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rIIE Subsoribers respeetfully announce that
their Stook of
Fall and Winter Dry Coeds
Is now complete The DR ESS GOODS embr-,eo
all the new andutishionable styl, s. The STAPLE
GOODS have bien bought low and. will be aiod
- C . B. SULLIVAN & CO.
Nov 10 If 44
.1NStore and ready for inspection a large Stock
of Georgia all wool PLAINS;
Lowell Mills PLAINS;
Plaid LINSEYS, in every variety;
OSNABURGS and Georgia STRIPES;
White and Colored Negro BLANKETS.
SWill ,e "old cheap.
J. B. SULLIVAN & CO.
Nov 10 if 44
FALL AND WINTER TRADE,
E PENN, Agent, would respectfully an
e nounce to his customers and the public
generally that lie has received his Stock of
FALL & WINTER GOODS.
His Stock Is full and complete, and has been
selected with great care, ioth in otyles and prices,
and will r,ot fail to give ENTIRE SATISFAC
He feels grateful for the liberal patronage al
ready received, and solicits a continuance of the
same the present season, and promises to do his
best to please all who may give him a call.
Nov 1 tf 43
WE HAVE RECEIVED OUR USUAL STOCK
Fal & Winter Goods
NEARLY EVERY ARTICLE
Usually kept for the trade.
WT Det.-rmined to offer them at such prices as
cannot fail to give satisfaction, we respectfully in
vite the atte*ntion of those who want good bargains.
BLAND & BUTLER.
Edgefleld, Oct 27 tf 42
T HE undersians begs leave to inform 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
SELECTED Stock of
STAPLE AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Clothing of every Description.
Also a full supply of
BatsCaps, Shoes, Trunks, &c., &c.
Which wil be sold at the very lowest prices.
0- All we ask is to give us a call, and judge
for yourself. SIMON A K OUCH.
Hamburg, Oct. 12, lr58. tf 40
HARDWARE, TIN WARE,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
tAVING purchased from the Executor of the
.5Lestate of the late BI. F. Chew, deceaed, his
Hardware, TIu Ware,
AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
I intend carrying on the busiese at the SAM E
OLD %T ANI), on Broad street, next door below
the Mechanics' Bank, and will sell the present
stock of Goods, at
NEW YORK COST,
And many articles A GOOD DE AL LESS, hay
Ing bough: them upon terms that enables me to
do so, and yet make a little profit.
I shall soon begin to receive my
NEW STOCK OF GOODS,
Which will consist of every article in this line of
business, and shall be content to sell them at v ry
My Friends and the Public are respectfully in
*vited to give me a call, and see if what I have
promised is not reallyand absolutely so.
E. 3. BUCILMYASTER.
In connection with the store, I will continue to
carry on the MANUFACTURI-NG, R EP AIR
ING and JOB WORK, at the Shop in rear of
the Store. All work done with promptness and
Augusta, Nov 9 3m 44
W E will piay ONE CENT per pound in Cash,
VTfor the MOTES that fall under the Cottoni
Gin, (and which h'ave heretofore been considered
worthless') delivered at the Mill at Bath, S. C., or
at the Oilice in Augusta, or at any depot on the
S. C. Rail Road. They mnay he sent by wagonm,
or if packed the Bagging and Rope will be re
turned to the planter. Mark your name on each
bale. GEO. W. WINTER,
A gent Bath Paper Mi Is.
Augu-ta, Ga., Nov. 9 3m 44
R) AGS, RAGS !-THREE CENTS per Lb.
Uin Cash will be paid for all Clean Linen and
Cotton Rags, delivered at the Bath Paper Mills, at
Bath, S. C., er at any Depot on thteS. C. Rail Road.
The attention of Store-keepers and Pedlars is
Augusta,Ga , Nov 9 3m 44
Tp HE firm of GEORGE C CUNNINGilAM dr
I.0.., was this day dissolved biy mutual agree-.
menit, and the business of the " A merican Hotel"
will be .iontinued by GEO. C. CUINNINOIIAM
on his individual account, lie having purchased all
the interest of Mary S. Cunninghiam, now Mary S.
inmdsey, and is alone authorized to col1ect debts
due the fIrm, or settle other business appertainig
to he samne. ~. G. . CUNNiNG IIA~J,
:MARY s. LINDSEY.
Eamb~urg, Nov. 1st, 1S58.
A C A RD.
FROM the above notice it will be observed that
?the undersignedl hats becaime the Proprietor
of the * AJIERICAN HOTEL," Ihamburg, S. C.
Feeling grateful to his friends and the pubhei
for the liberal pratronage heretofore given the
" AMERICAN," he will spare no pains in de
serving a continumnco of fators in the way of pa
tronage. G. C. CUNNINGUA M.
Hamburg, Nov. 1, -St 44
IIAMBURG, S. C.
T i NRW A PLEND1D HOUSE
Refrgassments, ii now kept by the
undersigned fin a styl heretof.res unknown Ip th u
Ilis WINES. LIQUORS, SEGARS AND TO
BACCO are of gibe mom: choice qoalities.
The Driiklaag Saloon will he nder the
superintendance of the w ll-knowni and accoum
-plishudi.MAX SALLAT. and the eatinr dlepamt
ment in charge of superior Cooks an.l Wai:ers.
gg'IUNCKES and EFRES'.IMENTS fur
uished i all hourm.
Hamburg, NovO 10in 41f
INEGAR-Two hundred gallons Choice
YAPPLE and PICK.LING VtNEGAlt, just
- r. celved; ,0. L. PENN, A gent.
1'INE DA~RY CHEESE-Just recei'ed
Sa f.ssh lot of DAIRY CHEESE, of superior
quality. - .E PENN, Agt.
N.o' tf 48
1858-FALL DRY 0 GUOD--858.
H HVE just opened a very large and elegant
T.A.Ka23 azacK F.A2J7"
Which comprises everything in the trade, as well
as all that 'a new and c'egant in style. excellent in
quality, and Low In Price.
They are determined to maintain their old and
well established reputation of
Fair Dealing and 'Moderate Prices,
And would invite all in search of GOOD GOODS,
at LOW FIG URS, to give them a fall at their
ONE PRIOE STORE.
Bed Blankets, Negro Blankets,
Negro Kerseys, Plains, Linseys, &c.,
And a large stock of all other Goodi for Servants'
wear, at the lowest possible prices.
And as our Rule of Business Is
AND NO DEVIATION,
No one will pay over market price, as the rule
forces the seller to ask the lowest market price,
and protects the buyer. Therefore,
If you wish Goods at low prices,
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
If you like fair and open dealing,
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
If you dislike a dozen prices for the same article,
and prefer 4 one price."
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
If you don't. like to be " baited" on one article,
and pay doubly on another,
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
In fact, if you wish to buy cheap Goods, get gond
value for your money, and trade where you will
like to deal, and be pleased tosend your friends,
Go to BROOM & NORREL L'S.
ClTE 3114:2CM NTO:EEM.
Augusta, Nov 9 tf 44
B EGS leave to call the attention of his friends
and the public to his large and well assorted
Stock of Fancy & Domestic
He having disposed of all his old Goods previous
to his going to the North, is now in possession of an
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK,
Which comprises 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
7 c~a s. which he sells for 25 cts
C.OAKS and SIIAWVL8, very cheap;
All wool DEL AINES, ROBES, &c., very cheap;
Fine SILKS, all styles, cheaper than ever;
Emibroidlered COLL A RtS worth $1, for 50 ets.
AND ALL OTHER GOODS IN PRO
Augusta, Nov 1t f 43
EW SPR ING GOODS
BOOT S AND SHOES!
TBDOS, P. LAR US, A ugusta, Georgia,haa
I this day received a large lot of SPRING
GOO1)S, and will continue to do so through the
ummer, consisting in part of
Ladies' Silk F xed CONGRESS GAITERS,
do do do do
do Glove Kid Congress do
do Colored TIPT do
do Black do do
do Fine Philadelphia Kid and Morocco SLIP
Misses' Fixed Kid-Top KOSSUTHI BOOTS,
do Kid and Morucco SLIPPERS and TIES,
Children' SilOES. or every description,
Mens' Calf Opera PUMP BOOTS,
do Goats H EE LED INVINCIBL ES,
do Patent W. S. PUMPS and Oxford TIES,
do Goas B. S. do
do Calf B. S. do
do Kid Congreus GAITERS,
do Calf do do
Boyb' do do do
With a variety too numerous to mention. Call
and look, as I have ttentive Clerks who will be
glad to show the Gools.
A ugusta. Geto.. A pril 5 t( 13
PER STEAMER COLUMBIA !
001A SIDES Good Hemlock LEATHER;
f50 Sides HARNESLEATHIER;
Several Cases fine SA DDLES;
2 Cae's Wagon do.
30 lIouxes iie CHEESE;
40 Kegs Pure W HIT K LEAD;
3 Bbls TR AIN OIL ;
3 Bis. LINSEED OIL.
t) Casks Superior Ba G DY;
1 " " Madeira WINE ;
I " " Port WINE-our ownt im
portation fronm LONDON.
UL & NI. E. SOLOMON,
R E D HOUSE.
Habru, Nov. 1 4t 43
lEAP FAMILY GROCERIES!
T HIE Subseriber is now receiving and opening
a VERY CHOICE STOCK of well selected
G R OCE R IES,
To which he beg. leave to invite the attention of
Planters in want of Choice Supplies, lHe may be
foud in th,- Rhlock of Buildings formerly occupied
by G KORGE ROBINSLIN as a Hardware Store.
My course will be to adgpt the old motto,
"A uiuable Penny Is Ibetter than a
Slow Shilling !"
My Stuck will conmist in part of the following ar
St. Croix SUGAR ;
New Orleans, old proce's, SUGA R;
a new do.
'Stuart's A. I. and (1. Soft do.
" (A) Crushed do.
" Powdered do.
"Stugar flouse SYRUP;
New Orleans do.
Old Government .Java COFFEE ;
Rio do. superior ;
English Dairy and Roiskaen CH E E8E;
Choice Old H RANDY and Hiolland GIN ;
Janien and New Enmtland R UM ;
.ohn Gibson's X X nnd XXX ;
Retified and Tennessee WhISKEY ;
CONF ECTION A RIES and PICKLER ;
M ACKERE[L. SA LMON ad SARDINES ;
Superfine FLO)UR, &e., &c.;
A Fresh supply of ORANGES and APPLES;
Together with many other articles to', tediosus to
mention. TUOS. KERNAGUAN.
P. 8.-Also a fresh supply of No. 1 and 2
MACKEREL In Kitte, I and j Bbls;
Buckwheat FLOUR. No. 1;.
Fine Spatnish SEGARS;
MACCARONI; CITRON; andCRACKERS;
5 Bbls. Fresh Thomaston LIME;
Military & Classical Academy
T H- AlCADEMY is desi.-ned for those who de
sIre that their sons be carefully prepared ft
admission into the South 4 arolina Collee or othe
similar Institutions, into the Stae Mil.tary Acad
emy, or for the active business of life.
The course of studies is specially adapted t
these ends, embracing so much of the Englis
Greek, Latin and French languages and the Math
ematics as are requisite; in all of which it is th
aim of the In.tructors that their Cadets becomi
thorough masters of fundamental principles, ant
acquire habits of thought and self-dependence
Composition and Declamation receive their dui
share of attention.
The Cadets are drilled in the Infantry Tactics
and the disciiline of the Academy is of the Mid
tary order,-strict, inflexible and impartial.
The second Pcholastic year will commence or
the Firat Monday In January 1859, to continue foi
ten monthi celusive of two weeks vacation ir
June. Candidates for admission must be able t<
read and write with facility, and not be less thar
thirteen years old.
Tuition, Board, Lodgings, Books, Lights and
Fuel, furnished for One Hundred Dollars per Ses.
sion of five months, payable in advance.
Parents will be required to furnish the uniforr
and other articles of clothing.
For further particulars apply to the undersigned
GILES & MANGUM.
Aiken, S. C , Oct. 6, 1868. 9t 89.
T'HE Undersigned having charge of th's A cade
.my for the next year, takes this method o
informing the community that his terms of Tuition
will be as heretofore.
This Academy is located five miles East ol
Edgefield Village, in a good moral neighborhood,
Board can be obtained, in pleasant families, on
reasonable terms. M. B. WARD.
Nov 10 2t 44
A TEACHER of ability and experience can
thave a chance at one of the best locations in
the Southern country by immediate application to
the Trustees of the Male Academy at this place
with full and satisfactory references. The situa
tion is worth at least $1,200 per annum.
R. T. MIMS,
0. A. AVDI-ON,
W. C. MOR.AGNE.
Edgefleld, S. C., Nov 3 tf 43
ggColumbia Caro inlatat will copy 6 times and
forward bill to aj. G. A. Addison, Treas. Board
Notice to Teachers.
A T a meeting of the Board of FR EE SCIlO0L,
Afor Edgefield District, on the 1st instant, il
Resol-ed, That no accounts will be paid by thi,
Board in the future un es they are certified b)
the Trustees of the aespective Fchools, which
Certificates mut st:ate to which Class the appli
cants for the fund belong, according to the classi
The First Class consists of indigent fatherlew
children and ohildren whose parents tare unab!e tc
work, and wholly dependent on their labour.
The Second Class consists of children whosc
parents are not ow ters of property beyond a cow
&C., and tie children of widows whose estates will
not exceed five hundred dollars. Provided, how
ever, that the children have not a separate estote
beyond five hundred dollars each.
'The 'Third Class consists of children whose
fathers are not worth more than five hundred dol
lars, and the children of widows who are nol
worth more than one thousand dollars. Provided
.he children have not a separa:e estate of mior
thaun five hundred dollars.
These Resolutions apply as well to Frtr ale as
Male Teachers ; and wherre thete are no Trustees
information to that effect must be given by thea
eachers to thecir nearest Coummissiotaer, whose
itty it is to appoint three suitable Trustees. And
' accounat will bo marked passod without the prop
All accounts must b.. presented quarterly.
J. H. JliNNINGS, Cuaa's.,pro Less.
1. T. WRIG HT, Treas'r atd Sec'ry. ,
Nov 10 2t 4
IVWILL sell on TLTEADAY, the 23d. November
1at the late residlence of JAiS. CAMKI10N,
cesed, thae following paropterty, viz:
Thirty Likely Young Negroes,
Aogthaem one Blacksmith and one Wagoner
MULES AND HORSES,
CATT LE AND HOGS,
Carriage, Buggy anid Harness, Twc
Four Horse Wagons,
Fify Bales of' Cotton,
(More or less.)
1,000 BUSHELS OF CORN, FODDER,
Cottota Seed, W~hcet, Blncksmaitha Tools,
Farmting Utensils, Ulousehold andi
Kitchmen Furmnituro, Mill Rock
And many othier articles usually found on a Plan
tation, too numnerous to mention.
One-half of one-thaird of ..non-workitng interest,
aad one woarkinag interest In a G;old Mine, situated
on Cloud's Creek, in Kdgefield District, seome four
or five mailes fromt McNary's Ferry.
holarships In the Johntson Female University, a
flourishing Institution tat Anderson C. H.
Fifty Actres of Latnd in thais I )istrict, in the Town
of Frog Level, whtich will beo sold on the first
Monday In Dlecember t:ext, at Newberry C.11I.
Ir Terms made koawn on day of sale.
JOH4N 8. IL'EN WICK, Ex'or.
Newberry Dist., Nov 9 2t . 44
B vrteof an order from W. F. Durisoe. Or
dinary, we will paroceedl to sell ona Friday alae
19th November next, at the late residlence of Jol
hamilton, dec'd., all the personal property of said
deceased, consisting of
ONE NEGRO WOMAN,
One Horse, Corn and Fodder, Blacksmaith Tools
Cattle and 1 togs, onae Wagen, Houusehold anda
Kitcen Furniture, and other articles too tedie'u
TERss --All suins under $10 cash-over tia
amaoutt oan a credit unmil thec lirst Octobler 1859
Purchasers to give Note with appronve.l security.
GEO. &, WV. M. IlA.ILTON, Ad'ors.
Nov 10 - 2 44
B Y virtue oif an order froam WV. IF. Du-imne. Ot
diary, I will proca-ed to se.ll at my residenec
on Wednesday, the 15th December next,
The property of Singletan Illolmes, deceased.
Tsa-Twelve monaths cred i with interest trot
date. P'urabasers to give note with g..od sureties
8. II. UOLMIES, A dm'or.
Nv. 3858__ 6t* 43
TjI H E following compose the Court Mart'al to tr;
I the Defaultera of the Esdgefield Squadron 'o
the year 1858, and tmill meet at Edgelield C. H
on the first Monday in January next.
Liut. Col. BA'l ES, President.
Catpts. TALDaEn-r and Wrat-r, and Lienta. Gaai
STraOM and Ssarru, Memabers.
ERAsus S. Mass. Judge A dvocate.
B~y order of .J. F. BURRIS.
Col. 2nd Reg't Cavalry.
Nov 10 St . 44
OTICE.---AII persona are hereby fore
warned from trading for a Note drawn on
da after date in favor of M. Krongburg, f,
$2,75, and dated sometime in the fall of 1856, a
the oniderations for which said Note was g.ve
ar failed, andl I am determined to resist the pa)
met of said Note. I . A. GRAY.
Nov9 31 44
LL persons Indebted to the estate of Dania
.Boite, dec'd., are requested to make immed
ate payment, and all persons haaving demani
against the same are hereby notified to presoi
them properly attested.
L. P. BOONE, Ad'
PETER OUZT. A '~
n. on 86T tr t 60.
JM.NEWBY & co.
UIOLESILE AND RETiL DEALERS IN
(C L 0 T .EfAlG
Under the U. S. Hotel,
OSEP1 119. NEWBY & CO., Au
5 J gusta, Ga., t their old and well-known stand
under the United States Hotel, are now receiving
the L.\RGEST and BEST SELIECTED Stock of
They have ever kept, for Men and Boy's viear,
from their own Manufactury, 189 Fulton Street,
THEY GET UP THE VERY BEST STYLES
And, in addition to this, they have made arrange
ments with the famous House of D. Devlin & Co,
to receive weekly their
Newest Broadway Styles!
Besides Clothing, v e keep the bat make and fit of
MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
Socks, Gloves, Suspenders, Neck Ties,
&c., &c., &c.
In the Manufacturing Department, can always
be foutid the be.t and most fashionable
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings
L7 Thankful for the liberal patrona'-e for years
past, we ask our old Edaefle'd friends, and all
strangers visiting the City, to call on us and ex
amine our stock.*
Augusta, Sept 12 tf .30
FALL OF 1838.
HENRY J. OSBORNE,
At 236 Broad Street, Uhder U. S. Hotel.
LOCKS, WATCiES,.IJEWRLRY, silver
and Plated W A R 1 ; PECTACL 9S, Gold,
Si9gver and Steel; Optical and Surveying I NSTRU
Mi ENTS: Mleehical UTOYS forebildren; CABLE
CHARNMS ; Cable 'Valking CANI.S, and a large
and b. autiful variety f GO, wS, or most recent
i sly'oF, on Kale at lowe-t prices.
A I work I rum, t.y and efficiently done, both in
tire Watch ani .e elry iiue as ,jetetofare. Busi
ness personally att--nded to Gooda.will be weekly
arrivitg. of the niwe- t patterns.
A fair sAare , f patronage, prnportionate to an
ample Stock of ev. ry thing in his line, is re-pect
IIENRY J. OSBORNE,
Watch, O1t6i, alI .Jewelry Establ shment. 236
I road Street. un 'er LtIw U. S. 1i0te!, and opposite
the City Ila,.k, A ugustn, Ga.
Augustai, Oct 5, 1-58 tf 39
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS & SHOES,
Under the Unitedl States Hotel,
EG to inforn his friends and the public that
he Is just openting one of the LARGEST.
BEST and. CHEAPEST Stocks of
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
That, he has ever brought to A ugusta, selected
carefully from the Mianufacturers, personally, and
purh:.sed entirely for A SH, wvhich enables hinm
to offer superior inducements 1o those who may
favor him with a call. ..
5,000 Pair of Splendid Plantation TBOGAN8,
of very sup~erior quality, exceedingly chaon
10 Cases of very superior Hait
Proof B' OTS, entirely new, and des;.
With a full ass.'rtnment of Ladies.
IIELED and UNHIEELKD GAITI(
PERts, B18K[N.4, &rc., &.e., to all o
would respe-ettully invite the -attenton ot
lie. HENRY DAL
NEXT DOOR TO GRtAY & TUR.
Autgusta, Sept 29 tf
Edgefield & Hamburg Plank Road,
THREE MILES FROM TilE VILLAGE.
REMAiNDER WELL TIMBE~RED AND WA
Nov 3 tf d3
A Beaufill Residence for Sale !
T H E Pubascriber is -'esirous of relling his DE
1 LJIHIFUJL IlE.4DEN- E. situate onei mile
from Edgefiebt (. 11.. (on the old Stage Road fronm
Edeteld to Augusta On the paremires are every
improvemeni iitceAsanry for the comfort and con
venience of a futmdy. The Tract contains about
Forty acres, a portion o'f which ii woodland.
if Call noon, if you winh to buy. Terms ac
commodating and reasoniabl.
Oct 13 tf 40
' FOR SALE.
N the 24th of Novemiber next, if not, disposed
About 2,790 Acres of Land,
In Barntwell District, b be~ging to the Estate of
lir. J G. Guignardl, deceased, bounded partly by
the Sout h Edisto River and on whIch is a Saw
anl FIlour Mill, about * miles from: Davis' Bridge,
an 8 miles from Willis.t en, worked by a fnue
stream or water. J. 0. GUJGN A RD, Ex'or.
Oct i3 f 40
Land for Sale,
'i11E Subscriber. desiring to chtango his busl
-. 1ness, ofib'ra for sale his TRACT OF L.\ND
containing Six flneIEd Acres. Ont the
place is a good Dwellinmg Ilouse and all necessary
buildingsr. Also, a good t-aw Mill. About 140
acres of th's 'Tract are cleared-70 of wvhich are
fresh land. Thtis tract is situate about 2j miles
- st of the Pine f loutsi. I will ta.ke pleasuire in
- showing thte lantd to any one who may wish to
purchase. ABSALO.\ IUORNE.
Sept 8 tf 85
LAN~DS FOR SALE.
- TILL be sold on the 1st Mondlay in Dlecem
bT er next, ~at E.Ige'tield Court Ilouise, a
TRCT OF LAND lying on Ste-vent's Creek,
twenty-one miles from angusta. There are
i' in this Tract, ahJ of fair quality,-about half of it
r is woodland, the cleatred land mostly under good
" fence. Said Tract is bounded by land. of J. P.
Nixon, Mrs. M. Jones and A Sharpton, and known
as the Nixon place.
, Tas-A eredit of one, two and hree yeatst
with interest on the two last instalmen.ts.
S. 0. MERIW ETJIER & OT[IERA.
N. B-The shove land-can be bargained for pri
vately untii the day of sale.
Nov. 3, 1&58 5t 43
IF.CUTOR'S NOT ICE.-Al persomi
e iindebted to thte Estate t.f Win. Culelazier, de
e cased,. are ruquested to m-ike payment by thte first
LBIanary next ; and those having demands to pro.
n sent themn pruper'y attest.-J by thast time.
- 3J. 'QUATTLEB3UA, Ex'or.
Nov 10 . f 44
0.'R SA LE-00 Bushtels Maryland SEEI
OATS at 75 Cents, Cash.
BLAND & BUTLER.
Nov 3 It . d3
FRESH CRACKERS, &c.
UST' receIved by E. PEN N, A gent, a lot c
eJNODA BISCUIT, Sugar, Congress and Aber
nethy CR ACKERS, fresh and of best quality.
mNov tf 48
FALL AKD WITER TADL
J. A. V A.N WINKLE,
HAS NOW ON IIAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF BLACK AND COLORED
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES &-VESTINCS,
WHICII ARE ALL OF THE BEST QUALITY, AND WILL BE
Made to Order, in the most Fashionable styles,
WARRANTED TO FIT!
x 3O.A.MMX xr
FINE READYMADE CLOTHING
ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED, AND VILL BE SOLD AT
THE LOWEST PRICES -
J. A. VAN WINKLE,
Under U. S. Hotel.
Nov 1 3m 43
READY-MADE CLOTHINC & HATS,
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN.
.A. P. BIfGNON,
No. 189, Broad Street, nearly opposite the Post Offieo Corner,
IM receiv weekly through the season, FASIONABLE and WELL.MADE
CLOTHING, of my own manufacture, to whili I respectfily call the attention 4
my customers, and persons visiting the City. I have also a GOOD ASSORTMENT of
Shirts and Furnishing .Goods,
And respectfully invite an examination of my Stock and prices. Also, on hand a good
assortmeit 'of BLANKETS and WOOL H ATS, suitable for servants.
Mr. JOHN LYON is engaged in the above Establishment, and will he
pleased to see and wait on his friends and acquaintances.
.f _. A. B. BIGLNON..
Augusta? Nov 1 2rm 43
Fall and Winter Styles. S P E CT A CL ES !
- LARGE~ assortment of all kinds of Spec
BATS, CAPS, BLJNNETS, Ahien.,,kept ,onstantly on hgnd, and I feel
amT. ae. ,' conident, fron twelve years experience, that I
Chilen's Fancy do dlo elegantstyles; Culset rwa sa rtmu
Velvet,, $ilk, ('hinecal,8Straw and Lace I:ONNET.S
ik, Scoteh Ging. and Paragon UM BREL LAS; ;uti~tOI
Men's and Boys Wool llATS, every variety of
stykand quality ;
These Goods are direct from Manufacturers,LOTRISAELGADAUIOzD
made expressly for this market, and will be sold B ~ES T FGOGA
s low as same quality of Goods cao bie sold aniy-Thlaeat'q oimur
where. Canl and ace.
GEO. WV. FERRY.Ouarhasow
Untder Masonic ll . Broad Sired, Ta u teisaedai ar
Aun.ta, Sept 28 tf ThtorPi8s8epi ;ucoly
JACOB'S CORDIAL! !ntewrd
TE GREAT SOUTUERN R EMYEDY 'llEfloi~?h't illedanl i
FOR ALL 1 WAN&C.anerofheSAT
13 0 W E L D I S E A S E S, ubrLteislrNu'.laa GSA
CHIERA, CHOLERA MORBUS, DYSENTERY, DIARRHE~A, erli u~c ne h umr~tadieo
BILIOUS COLIC, COLIC INFANTUM.Coa ssne:
-ALSO- C.s 0Da audaNvme ,88
Admirably alapted to many D)iseases or Fe-Cls41Das atr yN eibr3,5.
miales, most especially M)enstruationl. Cas4 rw audy oebr2,'
Couss43uraw to rwadaylebe 7 withou
LJA'TERIESCORDIEL.\LoANDo UT 10R:ZP-'.
'IKEBYVTRETUESA TOF GL NEMR S.
.1. wellThe lateoattemiC C tolinjUtre
2.1. IT eeThat'rur: PriIIes are5paid 'punctuallya;
TilW..\ NC&'CO ,IManagers oftthetSPAAItTNA
A fw sortExiacS fomLeters Tstionils & Numbrier Lotter ,4i o 'r..8,.....U.U. A
Georie in..pub'..., under th su ri tendence..... of
-ueof ClaseCon :~irit" rzs 43 ~ ll5 Draw Sat rday, Nofember.27,'5
weIt known t pleauire blibeno ruium . l hiil' PR XM TO RZS
2.1iT t'ar s T ile o i tT 1.x. be all ha ETEpr.ttt4hs ~z 4Pie . 1S i. s '~egi . i
ad I M.a It:ratie t.Max CNI~ OD rzs m 1nnt 5'uiP.: aeA.1
4t.IT tane greav 1,l.'.svaasT r Ce.ticti. g ll' rvinll risii 5 " " 551Ir7str, S
5 dieth all c ar ntEeA wiMthlewis. ~ ss ~ hrIh' 'le ~ 1 i ilrzsae 2i
6t.e It tccb a soerein inalyd T lel nt a' I)al ,t 'izsO 0 "r........ 14
it.I unPIyiM~~tAi. A A LIO ,15Pie roitl ~....... $5,
9t. Drcr'xe'uty Nl Mao h ran o dg of ro iorl." hl ieev.,Hle 8,Qates8,0
" thave used Jacob'i Corial iti In inam iy.asni hie wlund
i ha r s t eint, as. an rmdbyjtsetha a 'h rmedy., W iclrshwtgtepa fth itre ilb
of [ Cetdcat~5ofoncsgIlwll efAdMtthef.lholn raes
ilieea~s far wicit it0s0coTpukets!l
CePrizie f.. .'uc .sge 4ftn( nrPces.... i
"ifIlereIsan crdiiliy n ittns teilimy. acb' Prizle of.... geo e hthta ikt.......3 sin
rs~ tat cue f owe Dseses romthtutssmf esoon P ie Or....... T5. ket or4 rtctu
In advanc? sue cuativezeget,.of...si-If notall ote
Casher ~arin anl Fie Intlrace ankGrifin. Pr~htiz ca ha.....' icets el'I nay grehyma
Ju~ cd~t tdge Is t ra e me in ut, ie r gin."t s deittle
Bonaprte nshed his olumn Int itusia. n1 gan~ng ~ " Te 1.1tPofDrawnNumbr ...n........wll$b9sen
conincndttl~ii hereer usd. "-Georius J.ferendoa ~j'~ to puchizf5 tiofdi..ly...e. .e.drwing
.1. SHUSTIImprte an Whlesle ealr, ~iate 4 Pr Aize o rize.. of... 000 :end n rlrzaaldof....i....e.... fte
to I , gvs~ me theeasurne-inhrbeing abatetttouseacommendf thnrycdays
C Srdia. my, own8 lroaepr yne andI1 the'racalaei*stnclycrwnertal
ofyeihbranfiedsn___mel___uicen guar- fr'~kesarCetfetv a e drs
antee for me to hetieve it- titheretolfthatAit pur.iAtrtsttoabeav, :
A I novnYu IT .o ms nW M. lerat. U D lW asigJOWODT ER gn, uubR
Fnrm uny . ndge as p teri nut, heops. circulfth."mer ht r dan rnte h
Also t a e ar t l e in rComn-lgat s ivSap.inb lte h mulo h rz htec n sette o
medLiUinw th all1haliiietedafttr heryeatruwinn- ,nfor faihiewinghea
lieve it totbe aOrlversignlremedy-dleldeglsteunCriorsttoan
Au g l 5 ever__ __tried- Yor byklme. BolA .AuA.t (G.)AUL DINGaalsI
Deut O C . l p.ofteran od o Gergi."t~ ~hodDsac.NwYokIlpth all ('
"one haveeused Jaarib.'SavannahMi1nng Newsaa:,dandtthias,.wrth
a y up h a s otni as a ;eeyb those h have trie- Ocit,8f4
maati an t the aI w ill recmend tteus in by C OCSheO K !CL C S
"fthe is anay ce redibi ly hualt sedtmnao'
od. mu. 1'8nd pr-emn CaAovea a.lH.therE praeparatnionh
foteue TBOwe Uienes FO tsf reeimeonyoos~ ittto I it otet
in Odva cemarket.cAraeivstygetmofremostlafnopratlyother
d aetisrectarotion e A.ufctr fLCb E teusattaINGd rtnyer fwelue
Penhier Mrinia aduFireyInfur ne Cank, GOc 1 t
" TOBACO e c ont redyisin tein oint ce Br as : -fast- as- -
B 1onare D~seds ~ rcolmnsEnto ra sit and ingEN S ED IIIAT h
c Omedatnion.here ver .-org t efedre nri M ay Sbeie a u i alrelt~rSpr
g tochall ,Dugit and Physte at eand. suppled D- S il IIAemriil ieGl n t
ino" is hadC.et aite. A pya iarsdse
S ept,s5 ty 87 o.,14
Le C. DEM1N.G
BARGAINS FOR THE MONEY!
I 11AVE now in Store my enti-e Stnck of STA
PL, and FANCY I lRY GOOl)t. wh'.h
shall be sold at Lovest 'oaible Pries.
IN J)RE'4 GOOD1, I have
Ilcuble Imp. ROKlES;
R.1be n',ilSE ;
Rubt POMPVA IXR R:
.luronh's and Arnold's HAMMERED STREL
SPRlNGS. Nei other Skirts con equal the a'-ove.
Also, on hand the. ordiinary :-K!RTS*
IN EVERY STYLK ANl) (UALTY.
GEO. SCIILEY'S NEGRO GOODS,
Watrraw.l 01 Woolni til'ing.
Kerseys, Onaburgs, Homespuns, &c.
at the MaNsu':netur..s prie..P.
White Mackiuaw Elankets,
So fauvorably known. ondl f whiih i toli and at
,w.y Live ati..lin.
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet Cloaks,
A beautiful and complete a.srtmuent.
In every sti le. qu:dl.ty tn I priev.
lEOSIEltY, &c., &c.,
Enbraicine. every article ust:illy kept in a I)RY
Gut l STI'I(C K. all of whiel ,h-ll h.
SOLD AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
tZ A n etuemiutfi.tn ., tn3 Sto, k is T- e;,ettu'ly
L. O1. DEMINV.
CORNER, UNDER u1LO1E 110TEL.
A nuaUta Ga, . pt la 1 tr 26
DICKEY & PHIBBS
.'RE NOW REKC KIVING THEIR
Fall Stock of Dry Goods,
Usually kept in a'
DRY GOODS STORE!
Wlclh they will
As any other
The Cbaracter of their House is a suficient
guarantee that every Customer
will be Charged the
Augusta, bept 18 . tf 86
FALL TRADE, 1858!i
SHOE AND EAENESS LEATEER,
Triibk, Valises, Whips,
LEATHER AND IDIA RUBBER BELTING,
01' all kinds,
S n.wfuly prepared fo.r the Fall rade,
Awith alatrge and well assorted stock of GOODS,
wicht he wil: si-l at as lo1W price' as they can be
obtined atjtny 1lottse in the South.
Thoakrul lfor the' generous patronnge extended
to him f..r the .?t FIf;teen Years, he
respetfully ceuils the att ntion of
MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS
To.' an examI:iin.i"In of lh'a Goodis before purchasing
el-en. h. r..
.mADDLEMI, HARiNES, &c., -
.lanu aetured in m.d. r, * I' the. Il*.T M.ATEGRI
A ts, and b~y the l'.ST WVOP.KMEN in the
A uentat.'Sel-t 13 Gmn 36
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
([30NINU lR the ahore huies in. all its bran
UJches, at te A.VI-itlCA \ F(OUNDRiY, and
will be than~kful for orders Iir
ALL KINDS IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
F. r Gol M in~es, .. ills, lail Re.ads, Bridges, and
Maichinery of all Descriptions..
Autguata, sept. l _____ 1y* 8___
LOOK OUT FOR THE CABLE!
I am now re1ciin' some or Cyrus W. Field's
& Cu's. be:,t LETT ER and lILL PAPER, for
sal low. - 'LSO
The b *t ol BR -NDY anid PORT WINE, bottled.
by Mrra;ra. L~amback & ecoper, before adultera
t'on, f or medical purp, res, whiceh haa become the
order of thbe dlay.
Call in andl examine my well assorted Stock of
Brandies and Winecs, and all other kinds of LI
quorli, Brands, &c.
I feel assuremi I can izve satisfaction bo~lh n.
quality anel price.
Bill madehi ou: with dispatch, ithiout defect in
Goods or Paper.
S. E. BOWERS, Ag't,
llamnburg, Oct. i:2, 18i8 tr 40
10lTIl REGIMENT,S C.M.',~
MaNE CR Eax, Oct. 30th, 1858.j
\COURT MA RTIA L will b~e held at Richard
,.ionville. on Friday the .9th November niext,
for the jmurp..se of trying de'auitom fur neglect of
Militia and. Patrol dluty.
M: j It A. l>IGEN, ' i:1 act as President.
Captains ..f thea ri s,wectiv c fompanies throughout
the Re.gm- nt v. ill appoint a memnber from each of
their Cuompanies. My order of
Col. 8. J. WATSON.
J. H. Wnru, Ai'j't.
N.,v. 3, 1858s 31 43
Notice Positive. :
1 LT persons inde-bted to the Estate of frs..
SLt~cySnnmmerall, dece-redl. 'are requested to
pay the same forthwIth: and! th-ise having demands,
aiin-t anid Ksta:e will lea~se re~nder them In pro.
per y at st* d, as aaon as possible. I desire to settle
up the Estate w thosut delay.
Ii. M. T.6LB ERAdm'o.
Nov. 3,-8d8 I btia - -4,