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IN CONNECTION WITH .
BggL.ERE & BOOKER'S
cosISTIGo OF THE
MOST DARING ACTS OF
AcrObati nd Gymnastic Exereises,
HERCULEAN FEATS, &C.
Intersperced and enlivened by the comicalities of
of the CLOWN. Consolidated for a South
era Campaign, will perform at
EDGEFIELD C. H., MONDAY, 13TH DEC. 1858.
A fternoon Performance at 2 o'clock ; Evening
at Gj o'clock. ADMISSION 50 Ceuts; Children
and servants, half price.
'lhe Entertainment differs materially from old
fogy Circuses. Having SCENERY and FIX
TURES ample to present the GREAT
Days of '76:
S- OR THE
"Times that Tried en's Souls !"
On which Yankee Robinson will "Stand down"
the Hall. This groat DraIU.is founded on incidents
which occurred during the..settlement of the Scioto
Valley. It excels anything' ever introduced in pub.
CHARACTERS IN THE GREAT DRAMA.
DARIUS SUTTON, A live Yankee, can beat any
(all in the diggins hoeing 'taters; is some in a Bar
Fight, and death on Inguns, gen-rally speaking.
FRED. SINCLAIR, a young Hunter.
RALPH BRAIGIHTON, an English Lord in league
with the Indians.
JOSHUA GILBORN,.an American Farbior and
ONAWANCHA, an Indian Chief in the service of
OMALKAIH, KEOKUK, WABOKEISHUEIK, KEN
ABACK, PASS EPAHOW UNCAS.
MARY GILBORN, Betrothed to Fred. Sinclair.
SALL SCRUBBINS, a hull Cornfield, and a 'tater
patch to boot.
INCIDENTS CF TH4E DRAMA.
-~ THE BETROT HAL,--Rtalph
.e .Draighton pursued by a Bear; he
~ is rescued by the young hunter,
~ Fred. Sinclair; the Signet Ring;
Darius and his Oxen. GRAND
HOEING MATCH between Da
rius and Sally; arrival of the vii
lian Braighton ; his interview
with Mary ; he resolves upon her
ruin. A KWEER, KUTE AND
'KONICAL KAPE KOD KO.
TILION, "by all the characters ;
to marry..or not to marry ; the
- question decided by a Trial Dance
between Darius and Sally; love
. wins the day; the grove; Mary
and Braighton; his infamous pro.
posal; her scorn ad indignation;
* Darius 'jest in time'; he rescues
-Mary from the villian Braighton;
sudden appearance of Onawan
cha; the Gray Welt. T-HE
S THREAT--THEMVOWOF YEN
GEANCE-" Their burning vil
lages shall light my father's spirit
. to the happy hunting ground."
\The midnight war-hoop shall ring
upon their ears, and they shall
start from their slumber to see
the red man standing by their
side. The Tomahawk shall gleam
-aloft. YANKEE COURTSHIP
- -The Better Business; Darius in
- -fi x; preparations for battie; he.
retas of Fred. Sinelair; the, very
1e4 arias out for Liberty ! The
shout is boya og every gale that
,sweeps thxcuglh Qgo waving for
ests; 'tis acho4 back~ from hill
-and mountain ; 'tis anstrerud in
the 'rushing river and the ,oaring
waterfall! All shout " Ameriaa
-be Free !" Darius and Sally pre
paring for War ! Loading the
"shooting Irons !" Attack of the
Savages on the settlement--Mary
in Braighton's power, Tall spe
- \ cimen of Ynnkee Scalping--the
'J dsolate home; the lonely hearthj
eneamnjment in the whj4arnes. THE MIDNIGHT
WATCH-FIRE-Idia ina ogwaeil-Indian War
Dance-Darius and Tred. op the ty.IIs they are cap
-tured by the Indians ; Yankee ingpsuaty the strat
agem; the'escape; death of the Indlans ? Fsue of
Mary and Sally.. DEATH OF BRAIGHTON, Vii,
11any foiled ad Innocence triumphant. The whole
aoevegng a corret idea of the TIMES THAT
TRIED MEN'S SOULA .
.' pRemember, the two Companies perform in the
same T ent, Durt's Cireaa Company la, t e Ring;i Yea
ka Robinuw" on a regular cetl atetags, with splen
The get Dramt-" Days of '"-will only be
performed at night.
Novinaber 24th, lS58, 3t do
COILIISSION W A RE HOUSE,
For the sale of
PRINTING MA TERIALS
-. - OF ALL KINDs.
-AGENT POR L JOHNSON & CO.,
TYTPE- FOU N DE RS,
R. HOE &r 00.,
AND OTH ER 1'RINTING PRESS MAKERS.
PINTING INKS, OF BEiST Qu A LIT Y,
.The.Subacriber begs to call alltention to his
LARGE STO~CK OF
Writing ad Wrapping Paper
of all kInds, which he will sell very L~OW POE CASu,
or short credit on large sums.
Otbr 120 Meeting St., Charleston, 8 C.
Otbr1,1868 tf 40
CANDEE & MOEWEN,
WATCH IAKER~S & JEWELERS,
hAVING this day formed a Co-partnership will'
?occupay the Room. next adjoining the Post
Office, and will'give the STRICTEST ATTEN
TION to all business entrusted to their care.
--A. la s -
We haye on hand a small assortment of FINE
JEWEcLgY, 'vhich we will sell cheap.
JEWELRY 'and SOCIETY BADGES made to
order and warranted.
33Particular attention will be paid to Watch
P. N. CANSDEE,
- - 'D.-F. McEWBN.
Rhaefield, Nov 1 - . * f 43
EMEONWS-ust ru..invd liv Boxes Choice
EMON1i. . - E. T. DAVIS, Agent.
Muy.. tt . 19
N OT I CE.
WE [JAVE RECEIVED OUR UsUAL STOC
Fall& Winter Goods
NEARLY EVERY ARTICLE
Usually kept for the trade.
W Det-rmined to offer them at such prices as
tannot fail to give satisfaction, we respecfully in
ite the att.-ntion of those who want good bargains.
BLAND & BUTLER.
Edgefleld, Oct 27 tf 42
TIE Subscribers respectfully announce that
. their Stok of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods
s now completo The DRESS GOODS embrace
ll the new and fashionable styles. The STAPLE
OO)S have been bought low and will be sold
J. B. SULLIVAN & CO.
Nov 11) tf 44
IN Store and ready for inspection a large Stock
ot Georgia at: wool PLAINS;
Liwell Mills PLAINS;
Plaid LINSEYS, in every variety;
O8NABURGS and Geurgia STRIPES;
A bite and Colored Negro ISLANKETS.
Will Le bold cheap.
J. B. SULLIVAN & CO.
Nov 10 tf 44
PALL AND WINTER TRADE,
PENN, Agent, would respectrully an
a nounce to his customers and the public
ensrally that he has received his Stock of
FALL & WJNTER GOODS.
His Stock is full and complots, and bas'been
ielected with great care, both in styles and prices,
d will not fail to give ENTIRE SATISFAC
He feels grateful for the liberal patronage al
ready rpceive'l, and solicits a continuabce of the
amie the proent season, and promises to do his
best to please all who may give him a call.
NovI tf 48
SPLENDID FALL & WINTER
RAMSEY & LABAW,
(Opposite the Union Bank,)
ETURN their thanks to their numerous
friend. and custonmets for their liberal patron
ge, and beg to assure them that they are now
ONE OF THE LARGEST AND RBST
Ever offerd in the City, at pries below last year.
We have is addition the LARGEST Sloek of
In the South, all of our own make.
g' We invite our friends in Kdg.field an.1 the
adjoining Distriots, to give our $t..ok an examman
ot. We are always anxious toexhinuit ou~r Go..dw,
and are confident that the QUA LITY and PRICKES
f our Ulothing must give satiasfaction. -
Augusta, Sept. 22,U t 37
rILLINERY & FANCY GOODS.
M RS. . T WEE DY,
A uousTA, GA ,
AS .just returned from Neiw York with her full
ELECTED bTOCK of the latast rtylos of
Fail and Winter Goods,
~omprising IBONNET A of every variety of Fashi
nable mnaterial; Head Dresses, F'ancy Hair Pins,
adies Uiess Caps, Cloaks andi Cloak Velvets and
~rimmings, Zephyr Shawls, Lace Veils, Setta of
ollars anid Undersleeves, F'lowers, Ribbons, Crn
Is, Extension iloop Skirts, Corsets, &c.
Ladies visitint the City will find a full supply of
very article in the Milinery and Fancy depart,
set of dress, sat tihe Lowest Prices, a
ar Store No 152, Broad Street.
Augusta, Ga ,Oct 25 3m 42
ISS5 MAThIEWS, Opposite the Musonie
L hall, Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA., has
etured f-om the North, and just received a
AARGt E >TOCK of
Millinery of all Kinds,
)RESS CAPS, HEAD-DRESSES, HAIR PINS,
And a great variety of other Goods, such as
lE CLOAKS, FURS, WORSTED G00DS,
EMBROiDERIES, SKIRTS, HOSIERY,
, Alexander's Khi Tloves,
!ith many other Goods too numerons to mention.
Augusta, Ga , Nov. I 8m* 43
EARD WARE, TLVi WARE,
1OU8E FURNISHING G00DS,
IAVING purchased from the Executor of the
.estate of the late B. F. Chew, deceased, hiis
liware, Tin Ware,
LD HOUSE FUJRNISEINIG GOODS,
intend carrying on the. busineiss at thea S4WI6
)LD.T AiI) op lDroa4 ;trept, negg door below
he Meeanice# sank, ad will spil the presen&
tok of Goods, at
NEWV YORK( COST,
nd many articles A GOOD DE AL LESS, hay
*ng bought them upon terms that enables me to
lo 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 very
My Friends and tihe Public are respectfglly in.
-ted to give me a call, and see if what I have
remised is nut really and absohitely so.
In e'.nnection with the store, -I will continue to
arry on the MANUJFACTUJRING, R EPAiR
N and JOB WORK, at the Shop in rear of
he store. All work done with promptness and
Augsvta, Nov 9 3m 44
EXF.CUTOR'S NOTICE.-AII persons
indebted to the Estate e-f W.'mn. Culelazier, dec
teased, are r,-quested to make payment by the first
January next ; and those havin~g demands to pro
tet them pr sperly attest,. hrb that time.
J. QUA TTLEBUM, Ex'uir.
Nov 10 tf . 44
XECUTORS NOTICE-All persons
EJhaving claims agualnst the Eutate of Avory
Eland. deeased, are h.-reby ntified to present
hmi, properly attested, iimmedi-ately.
,J. S. SMYLY,)
. J.A.BL A ND, Ex'ors.
Jan. 6, tf
N OTICE.All persons indebted to mne pre.
vious to the year 1858, are requested to set
tle between this and the 1as of January next, as I
am compelled to collect or close my business.
Those who fail to comply with tIe above may ex
eet to pay Cost. JOHN CHi EA TUA M.
Nov. 17 8t 45_
gN OTCE--.\11 persons indebted to the Estate
of David Ousts, dec'd., are requested to pay
the same without delay,and those having demand.
against the same will render them in, properly at
tested, for p .yment.
T. 3. OUZTS, Em
L. BaCOOKS. '
n ct 6 , t f 89.
Edgefield Female Institute!
r HE Underzsgned will commence the exrreist
I of this School vii the 2ud Monday in Ja:
It is his purpose, If possiile, to build up an It
stitution that will afford to Young Ladies o ver
facility for acquiring a liberal education; and i
asks the hearty co-operation of all who are friend
ly to such an enterprise.
)I e will be .ssi- d by as many Teachers as thi
number of pupils may require.
He submits the following recommendation fror
the Professors of the University of Virginia:
" The Undersigned, having been informed thai
Mr. Joux R. GWALTYT, a Master of Arts of thi
Institution, *ill take charge of the Female Insti
tute at Edgefield, S. C., ate pleased to have at
opportunity to testify to their high appreciatiot
of his merits as a $cholar, and as a Christian gen
tleman. They believe that his attainments an.
character qualify him for eninent usefulness, as i
Teacher of the first class, and they recommend
his School accordingly.
A. T. BLEDsOR, Prof. of Mathematics,
W. H. McGupFy, Prof. of Moral Philosophy
S. MAUPIN, Prof. of Chemistry,
B. L. GILDgRLSLEBYK, Pr..f. of Greek.
J. L. CABILL, Prof. of. Physciology & Surg.
A. HOWARD, Prof. of Medici:e.
.. 8 DAIvs, Prof. of Anat., Thor., & Bot.
J. P. HOLCOMBE, Prof of Const. & Intern. law
JoHN B. M ixoR, Prof. of Com. & Statue Law
FRxAcIs H. VNlTrr, Prof. of Nat. Philosophy
GEsUsa IlARIalsoN, Prof. of Latin."
W Any one, desiring further information wil
JOHN R. GWALTNEY, A. M.
Edgefield, S. C., Nov 17 tf 46
Rev. C. WALLACE & Mrs.X.D. LAWTON,
rTHE above well known Institution will be ro
I opened for Boarding Scholars on Monday,
November 8th. The Day School is already in op.
The Rev. C. WALLACs, Principal, and Lecturer
- on Natural Science,
Mrs. D. M. Ljwwoy, Nlron,
Miss AxA VAx Noi, Vice Principal,
Miss JULIA V. Roacu, Assustant,
Miss iARAI ScuoUnoz, Primary Department.
MIs. JULra BoUrUEAU, Painting and Drawing,
Mrs DowrLL, French, -
Professor RoBsisoN, Vcal Music,
Professor WooDRUFF. Phonography (the new and
beautiful art of short-hand writing.)
Other Professors of Music and Languages em
ployed as required,
A f.-w lads under nine years old rec-ived in the
Primary Depgitment of the Day School.
Apply at 190 East Bay, Northeast Corner u
7oy. 1I f 45
Military & Classical Academy
T HIS ACADEMY is designed for those who de
sire that their sons be carefully prepared foi
adimission Into the South t-arolina Colle.e or othei
similar Institutions, into the Sta'e Military Acad.
emy, or for the active business of life.
The course of studies is specially adapted t<
these ends, embracing so much of the English
Greek, Latin and French languages and the Math.
maltWC #a ar roquisito; in all of which it is the
aim of the 1nstructors that thmpir iDadstta bgcopn
thorough masters of fundamental principles, and
acquire habits of thought and self-depe-ndence
Composition and Declamnation receive their dui
share of attention.
The Cadpts armi drilled in the Infantry Tactics
and the discipline of the A cadomy is 'af thep ji ii
tary order,-strict, indlexible and hapartial.
The second scholastic year will commence or
the F.ret Monday in January 1869, t., continue foi
ten months e.xclusive of two weeks vacation im
Juno. Candidates for admission must be able tr
read and write with facility, and not be less that
thirteen years old.
Tuitian, Board, Lodgings, flooks, Lights and
Fuel, furnished for On~e Hundred Dollars per Ses
sion of five months, payable in advance.
Ifarents will hp rpqpired to fqrnish Uhe uniforni
and other arties of clothiing.
FuPr further particulars apply to the undersigned,
GLES on MANGUM.
Alken, S. C , Oct. C, 188. 9t 89.
A TEACHER of ability and experience can
tlisye a chance at one of the be.t locatiasns is
the Southern country by imampdiate applicatiua tc
the Trustees of the Male Academy at this place,
with full and satisfactoriy references. The situa
tion is worth at learnt $1,200 per annum.
R. T. MiIMS, 1
- G. A. ADDI ON,
.tgfed W. C. MORAGUNB.
Edeed .C.Nov 8 tf 43
gTColu~mbla Cairo lilian will copy C times and
forward bill to Maj. 0. A. A'edison, Treas. Board
T HE undorsigns bsags leave to intarm their cus
itomer's and the' public ini general, that thpy
have moved to the well known stand formerly
Robinson's Hardware Store,
-And have on hand and still receiving, a WELL
SEL ECTED Stock of
ST APLE AND DOMlXSTIC DRY GOODS,
Clothing of everj Description.
Also a full supply of
hats, Cap., Shsees, Trunks, &c.,ec
WlJsch wil be sold at the very lowest prices.
gr All w'e ask is to give us a call, and judge
for yourself.S1 O
Hamburg, Oct. 12, le68. a'f 40
T HlE firm of 0 EOR(g 0. CiOUNl HAM 6
1,0., wks this day dissolyed b~y i tsl agrpe.
inent, and the business of the " Anamscan Hotsn'"
will be continued by -QEO. C. CiNW:?GH AM
on his lndIvidual aecount, he having pNrpbasp4 all
the Interest of, Mary S. Cunningham, now Mary S.
Lindsy,:and is alone authorised to coltect debti
due the firm, or settle other busines4 appertaining
to the same.
.0. C. CUNNINGIJAM,
MARY 8. -LINDSEY.
Hamburg, Nov. 1st, 1t968.
A C A RD. .
F ROM the ahore notice It will be observed thai
.the undersigned has, ljpame the Propritoi
of the " AMEIfOAN HOTEL," llamburg, S. C
Feeling grateful to his friends and the publk
for the liberal patronage heretofore given the
4 AMERIICAN," he will spare no pains in do.
serving a continuance of favors in the way of pa
G. C. CUNI(INGIA M.
Hamburg, Nov. 1, a t6 44
HAMBURG, S. C.
T H IS NEW & SPLEN DID HOUSB -
Refresbissneuate, is now kept by the
undersigned in at) le heretof-,re unknown in th.:
Hlis WINES, LIQUdRS, SEGARS AND) TO
BACCQ are sof the insit choice qualities.
The Drinisig Saloon will be under th<
superintendance of the v.11 known amid accomn
plished MA X SA LLAT, and the eating depart
mnt in oharges of superior Cosaks andi Waiters.
gr LUNCHES and REFRESU.IENTS fur
nihd at all hoturs.
Hamburg, Nov 10 Gin 44
L OST.--A Note of hand given by John M
*hite, for S7,00i, dated lst Jan 1668. Al
persons are forew.arned from trading for said Note
Nov 17 ut 46
N OTNCE.--AII persons having claims again.
the Estate of William Logue, dec'd., as
hereby requested to present them properly attest
ed ; and all persona Indebted to said Estate mu.
make immediate payment.
E. H. YOUNGBLOOD, Adm'r
A..a8 it s2
El S1LUDA7 HOUSE.
i AVING dleonsed of my Interest In the q A.
- LIIDA HOU-, to Mis. S. A. HOYT and
CHARLES L. COVAR; I return me warmest
. thanks to my friends and patrana. tor their palst
liberal oncouragement; and earnestly bespeak for
D toy son and daughter a continu'tion of that Rele
. rous patronage. I have every confilen.-e in tlgeir
capacity to take charge of the House 1
Sept 1, 1858.
FROM te'abye Caril;I i aIII be seen that we
haveta~kencharge of the 8 % LUDA HOUSE,
and hope by strict attention to business, and to the
wants and pleaslure of those who may have the
kindness to stop with us, to win the confl-lence and
secure.the patronage (.f the present friends of the
House. as also the public generally. We intend to
DISCllARGE OUR DUTY as faithfully as we
can, and STRIVE to please our patrons.
S. A. 1OYT,
C. I.. COVA R.
Feplt 15 tf .36
FRESR DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C
THE Subscribers take pleasure In Informing
I their friends and patrons that they are NOW
RECEIVING a Large Addition to their al
ready extensive Stock of PURE and FRESI1
Drugs, Iedicines, Chemicals, &c.
We are prepared and will take pleasure in fur
nishing Physicians with a COMPLETE OUTFIT
of Mediclb.es. Instruments, Shop Furniture, Medi
pal ,addle Bags, Ac., &c., &c.
TO NE LAI IE I
We iiil also say- Io the La-lles tlist our Stock
comprises ALL articles for the TOILET, from the
Dressing Comb and Brush to the richest Perfume
ry. Fine Soaps,'Pomades, Hair Restoratives, De
pilatory, Cosmetiet.:Lubln's Genuino Extracts, &c.
Ala,, FLAVORING EXTRACTS for uluina-y pur
We say, your wants have been attended to in our
prevent selection. Fend In your orders, or come
in and let us put you up a complete Plant.atlon
Case of Medicines; Instruments, &c., with full di
rections for use. in all simple cases, and thereby
save time, money and health. A simple pthartic
grFp.i Jy tic~lsraI
a yno, 00 0 T.
morbid action, therby preventing srioua a pro
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY
We extend the invitation to call on us. We have
all of the most rrputable nostrums recommended
to cure almost all t the ills and -aches to which
flesh is heir to. If you cannot find anything
adapted to your case, we will exert our skill in
preparing somethihg for your relief.
gWPrescriptions filled with accuracy and dis
patch at ll houri, day or night.
wCall and examine our Stock at the Drug
Store under the O'dd Fellows' & Masonic Hall.
4. Q. T, I, TC4611M
Edgefleld, April20 ti 19
THEir Subscribers return their thanks to their
i kind patror.i for the liberal support they
have received, and respectfully solicit a contin
anuce of that generous patronage.
They state witi confidenco now- that they are
WELL PRE~PARED to carry on the
Ooach making and Repairing Business
In its various branches. Their work shall be ex
scuted in a durable, handsome, style and by work
men skilled in thbir respective ti ades.
We have and bItend always keeping on hand a
large and flue assortment of
cAaRIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKA WAYS, &C.
Of the our own manufacture-beautiful to behold
and of inuch value t~o the lucky purhapr.
We will also kteep'constantly in our Eqtablsh
ment a full Stock of Northern BUGGIES and
CARRIAGES, of superior manufacture.
gAllsortsof REPAIRING done In the be'S
manner. tand with the greatest dispatch.
W"Call and examine our Stock. Our prices
have been put down to correspond with the hard
times. SMITh &, JONES.
Dec 28 tf 60)
CARBIAGE REPOSITORY !
CU RI STIE & Ii U R LBHERIIT.
T HJ E Subscribers offer for male at the old stand
iof R. 11 Sullivan, a C110ICE eallection of
Carriages, Rockaways, liggles,
And all other artices in their line. They have
made arrangements to keep th-ir lionse supplied
with the BEST A RTICLES, from the BIEST
Fractories in the United States, which they will
sell LOW FOR CAST!, ur for good paper on~
GA RRIAGES and BUGGIES of every des
cription will be rnis~hed to order on short notice.
April 22 tf 15
R ANAWAY from the Subscriber's mother,
Iabout the 1st April last, his likely Mulatto
boy RICH 'b10ND, about 21 years old, and about
6 feet i or 8 Inches higL.. His color is tolerable
bright and his hair pretty straight, and wore
when he lefl, a moustache. Hie is intelligent andl
tolerably quick spoken. He has been raIsed In
tlh kumse, and Is a valuable dining-room servant
and good ostler.
It is supposed lie Is lurking about some of the
neighboring cities,-either Hamburg, Augusta,
Qihartpaton or Cohlgmbia. Thip phoys reward will
bp1pei) fo~r 4b sjprhpnion and dplivpry ii any
concperning lpqwil b thagjcfplly rbpptvgd.
T. W. LUNDY.
June 28 tf 2d
igTue Augusta Constitutlorallst and Charles
ton Mercury will please copy weekly for one
month and forward bills to T. N. L., Edgefield C.
H,. S. C.
LLpersons indebted to the Estate of Mrs.
SLucy Summerall,. decessed, are requested to
pythe same forthwith;i and thsose having demands
against sajd lstate will please~ re-nder them in pro
per:y aa.-sp-d, qe soap as pissibl,. I 4eyipe to sule
up the Eszto withoust delay.
B. h. TAL~BERT. Adm'or.
die bonip noes.
Nov,3, 1858 12m 43
F INAL NOTICE.--.lI persons having any
claims against the Estate of Simeon Mtathis,
deceased are nsa fied that they must render them
In by the tat October next, and those indebted must
pay up by Return-day, or th.e A dministrator will be
furced to pIs said indebtednesa in the hands of an
,Attorney f..r collection. The Estate must be closed
by the het October, . .
SIMPSON M ATIHIS, Adm'or.
EIECUTORS' NOTICE.--All persons
indebted to the Estateof John Jones, dee'd.,
are earnestly requested to make arrangements to
pay up promptly that the provisionas of the will
may be complied with ; and all persons having
demands against the Estate will please present
thsm to the eenators inhdiately, properly at
tested. -A. J. IIAMtMONDE'
W. 0. HARRIS.
Sept 8 tf -85
UBliE M~ISSOUlRI WINE&.-Spark
l ing CAT.AB.\b, CABINET, and other brands
of the Missouri Wine Company, cast be had at
S. IR. BOWlR4, Agent, Hamburg, who I. the
sole Agenst for that Company.
Hamburg, Sept 1 - tf 34
TOTICE.--All those indebted to the Estate
.. N of,..nnia cCarte,,deed, must pay upby
L the 1st .laituary next ; and those having claims
againse, the Estate will render them in by that day
pr..perly attested. JACOB McCAWIRTEY,
Au 25 I -17 88 Adm'r.
LARGE ass)rtient of all kinds of spec
tacles kept consmtantily on hasd, and I feel
csoldent, from twelve ye rs experitnce, that I
c p ltea,,e all a:es Call at
EPRI tA IM TWEE25Y's
Clek. Watch and .'eaelry Store.
Sign of the Watch and >pectacles, near the L.-er
MarLet, A uguata, Ga.
Oct 6 3m 39
EW SPRING GOODS
BOOTS AND SHOES!
, lis. P. LAi. U1, Auguata, Georia, has
thi, day received a large lot of SPRING
GOOlDS, sd will cnntinue to do so through the
iuoin.i--r, cuits.sting in part of
Ladia' 8,1k F xed CUN UR SS'OAITERS,
do do dos do
do Gluve Kid Congrias do
do Colored TIPT do
do Black do do
do Fine Philadelphia Kid and Morocco S.IP
Mliases' Hixed K;d.Top K: tSRUTH ROOTS,
do Kid and Murocco SLIPPERS and TIES,
Childreiis' SIIOKS. of every dema-ription,
Meia' CalI Opera PUM'V P BOOT.-,
do Goats HEELED INVINCGIiF,1,
do Patent W. S. PLuIal. and Oxford TIES,
do Goats B. S. dos
do C4lf B S. dot
do Kid Coigress GAITER.A,
do Cdif do 4U
Boy.' dq da d
With ; variety too toumerous to mention. Call
and look. as I have attentive Clerks who will be
glad to show the Goods.
Augusta. Geo.. Ap-ril 5 tf 13
FALL AND WINTER
C L 0 T IIG
Under the 4Ugusta Hotel.
OLAYTON & KENNADY
ARE NOW RECEWViNQ
THEY HAVE EVER OFFERED FOR SALE IN
TIS. M ARKET, AND ItRESPECTFITI.LY
IN VI fE TIEIR ULD CUSTOMERS
AN) TilE PUBLIC GENERAL
LY, TO CA I.L AN ) EXAM
Fashionable and Wellaade
POR MEN AND BOYS' WEAR.
They keep a full supply of
MERINO UNDERSlIWTS, lRAWER0, CRA
VATA, SURPENDERS, GLOVES,
IIA NDKERCllEFS, &c.
HATS AND CAPS,
OF TIlE LAThT STYL.ES.
CLAYTON & 5ENNADY.
A ugmiatni. Si pt. 28 li58 2m 38
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC, &c., &e,
T1 IIE Subperiber ar'ter return'ng thinks tom their
.friende in ED)GIEFIEI.I) amnd ndjoining faiu
tritm, for their libral patr~n:ige during the laist
ten years, would infurnit them th it th .y still con
tinuue to ke.-p on hand a large assortnm,-nt of
fron, tihe re-l~tre maufitatores of R AV EN BA
CON & CO , H AZE LTON, BROS., and A. I!.
G A LE & (0 , New York. for whom they are .e
Agents. These istrugnents having already wiin
such fur nmted celebrity, it is only neceisary for us
to repwat that for strengih. durability anid fihnih,
tuogethier with power, kepth, noeeitners and sqfi
ness of lone, theiy e~ballenzg,- comupetitinu. Persiins
waint:nzg a superior
woull do much better to call a-d sel-et fromni a lirg.
saurtmenut, thin by dleailinit with P'edlars anid Agents
of inferior nakers, wh. re they have no chomice.nnd
hisve ofen to py higher prices for in'erior Instru
menits, than line ones of superi *r makers can be
bought fe Every PIANO FURTE arhi by us is
warranted in every respect, so te ilurchaaer runms
nio risk whatever. Persons urdt mn from' a datance.
from u,, cant depe~nd upon gettinl a G001) A R
TICl E. as we make'1 it a poInt to keep gomodm of tihe
beset qpgalby anrd such ase we can recommend and
warran- in ..very respect.
The'r stock of MUSIC is very large and they
are constantly recetiving nll new piecesl as they are
published. GUITAR snd VIOLIN STRINGS of
the best qualmy alwgi s on hand.
They would a's., call attention to their large
School and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery
nit oth. r arti.1,-.-ALAO
Always on hanid the largest assortment in the State
of G'U I T A R S, VItILINS, A CORDEONS,
iFLUT ES, FL AG EOLWI1T, VI4p lOWS, &c ;
and eytiy article of Miqsical Merchandim'e.
. Carhart's and Needhami's and Prince's celebrated
ACCORIDEONS and VIOLINS repaired in the
All of the above articles sold at law pikes for
Cash or City acce~ptances
GQu, A. GATES & RROTIIER.
Broad Street, Agusta Ga., between U. S.. and
A j.ril 7 1858 tf 13 -
ANSLEY & 8ON,
GENERAL COMMi8SION MERCHANTS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, GRAIN, &c.
WATILL give strict attention to the Sale and
TVPurchase of N'erchandise, Fliour, Grain,
and all kinds of COUNTRY l'RODUC 1i.
By strict personal attention to business. we hope
to secure a liberal patronage from the citizi ns of
Edgeflld and the adjoining Districts.
Orders for Blagging, Rope, Family Supplies, &c.
I.lbpral eash advsaes made on Cotton and other
prortnce when depired.
Aug~reta, A gg 1~5 8m 82
POUJLLAIN, JENNING & CO,
GROCERS * COTTON FACTORS,
Opposite Globe Hoel, Augusta, Ga.,
C ONTINU E as heret, f..re, in connection with
their Grocery business, to attend to the sale
of COTTON and other Produce.
They will be prepared in the Brtick Fire-Proof
Warchouse, now in pricess of erection in the rear
of their store, at the intersection of .1 ackson and
Reynold streets, to receive on storage all consign
uments made thmem.
if Liberal cash advances made on Produce in
store when requested..
THOM AS .1. JENNINGS,
.Anusta, A ug 10, thm 82
Boot and Shoe Notice,
r1I3HE Subscriber continues ,to have
i made, on thme shortest riotice, and in i
the best manner, th., finest amid most sub
stantial BOOTS and SHOES~.
All orders left at his Shop will bie promp~tly at
teinded to. C. M. GR AY or myself .will be founrd
at all times in the Villagre to attenid to all orders.
N.' work to leave the shop without, the knowledge
of the -ubscritber or my A gent., C. M. GR AY.
gf Shop opoite B. J. -Ryan's Livery Stble.
E. 11. YOCUIGBLOOD.
June 2 - tf -2 71
HfOICE WUISKEYv-'iftv Barrels
OJCORN, WiIEAT and RYE WHISKEY for
al by 8. 1. BOWERS, Agt.
26 7 A C RE S.
Edgefield & Hamburg Plank lioad,
THREE MILES FROM THE VII.LAGE.
ms an.11 P<ort:iza. -ClearecL
REMAINDER WELL TIMBERED .%ND WA
NovS tf 43
A Beautiful Residence for Sale!
THE nubscrihr is desirous of selling his DE
.LLIGH 'F UI. RE--lDEN. E. situate one mile
fr.-m Edgefield 4. H on the old Stage Road fromp
E4gefeld to Augusta On the premiese are uvury
improvement necessary for the enmfort and con
venience of a family. Thu Tract contains about
Forty acres, a portion of whh-h is woodland.
W Call so0on, if you wish to buy. Terms ac
commodating and reasonable.
L. :4. JOHNSON.
Oct 13 tf 40
O N the 24th of November next, if not dispo.ed
About 2,700 Acres of Land,
In Barnwell District, b.-longing to the 9state Q
Dr. J G. Guignard, deceased, bonc4d partly by
the Sou:h Edisto Riyvr 4ad on which is a 'Sw
aP4 Flo4r Mill, about }.mileS from Davis' Iridge,
Rd P 141l1s frota Willist-n, workjed by a 4n0
streatl of water. J. 0 GUIGN tRD,x'ur.
Oct 18 if 40
Land for Sale.
rTlIE Subscriber, desiring to 'cbange his bust
A ness ofebrs for sale his TRACT OF L \ND
containing Six Ilundre.d Acres. On the
place is a good Dwelling House and all necessary
buildingr. Also, a good -'aw Mili. About 140
acres of th's.Tract are cleared-70 of which are
fresh land. This tract is situate about 2j milpa
East of the Pine House. I will take pleipre in
showing the land to qny one ivho may wish to
purchase. ABALOM BRNE.
pt 8 tf 85
BY an order from W. F. Durisne, Ordinary, we
will proceed to sell at the late residence of
David Ouzte deec'd , on
WEDNESDAY, 15TH DECERMRER NhXT,
All the property not disposed of in the Will of the
deceased. Con-isting of a TRAC' OF LANID
FIVE HUNDRED ACRES,
Situate.I about 13 in les North-West of Edg f6lg
C. H, on Mountain Creek and its watera, joatin
lands with Jacob Ilarling, Win. Ilamilton, Jas.
Shpppgrd, Jarrot Noble and Maj. Isame Bles, and
abont one mile front his Stan Saw Mill. About
half the Tract is el. a! ed. The uncleared portion
is heavily timbered Pine Land. The place is one
of the beat watered and Lealthies locativns in the
listrict, with a c- mfortable dwecling and out
houses. IUeference can be had by application to
Elbert Harling. who lives ricar the p ace, and will
take pleasure in hoA it.g the lrcmifes to any ouc
desiring to see it,
There will lie s;lid ?j N |TT-TWO ACRE:; of the
Nflmpstoad Tract, Joining lands with John-on Sale,
Thos. Hender~on, Willis Ross an-.1 T. F. Williams.
There is about TW V.NT Y-FIi A RE4 cle.arsd
on time Tract, all of wl~ich is f:esh. It int well tihu
bered, has sonme imfprovemlents n it, and is a hiea.
thy aund b. autiful sittiti,
Sptwcpn Thirty nutd Thh~i ty-fve baies Cotton,
Cotton .-eedl, Corn, Fodeler, Shucks Iuor
.-es, .\ules, a yoke of Oxen, Cattte,
Hogs, some of which are ist, 4)ne
WVagon and Hlanss, one
Cart, one Jersey Wagon
one Carriage and Harness,
and one Sn agy and Harness, a
flue lot of seasoned Wagon timber,
a go-,d Bark Mill, Plantation and Carpen
tern Tools, H~ousehold and Kiteken Furniture,
and muany othnr tlhings too tediolls t menation.
TERMS OF 8ALE.
The Real Esat ue will be srld con One and Two
years credit with interest fienm day of tsale, with
approved securities. The personal properly will
be sold on andi one years tine with interest fromi
day. of sale, also with oppruved securities-all
sums und.r 010 Cat
Nov. l t 45
B~Yvirtue of an order fromn W. F. Durisoe.
E. Esq, Ordinary, [I!l sell at the late resi
dence of Levi McDaniel. dec'd., on Monday, 11th
Decemnber next, thie personial p~roperty of said
deceased, consisting in part of
Stgec of Horses, Cattle, &c., turn, Podder and
Tr~xs- i credit of twv.-ve months with interest
fronm th1e d.,y of sa'e. Purchas-rs uiving~ notes
with approved sureties for all sumsi over five dol
lars-under that amount cash will be requ reil
FRED) MeDAN1EiIs., 4a'r.
Noy.1[ _____ _ dt -45
Administrator's Sale !
BYa *odr front W. F. Durisoe. Esq , Ordina
ry, I i1proceed to sell on Wednesday the
24th inst,., at the late residence of James T. Fre.e
man, dec'd., sill the personal property ol' said dp
castpd5 ponsi4itg 9(
Pour Likely Negroes,
One Fine Piano, one Rockaway, two Mules, one
Ilorse, llogs Cattle, Corn, Fodder, Plantation
Tools, ll'u.,ehldd& Kitchen Furn-ture,&..
WTermns made known on dlay of sale
g: 5 FR~igN, 4dMt'ur.
Nov 17 If4
- Y virtue of an order from W. F. Du imoc, Or
I)dinary. I will proeed to sell at my residence
111 Wednesday, the ifth ppelwhr ne.t,
The property of Sidiglet.n Ililmem, decesased.
Tsaxe-Twelve months credit with initerest frout
date. l'urchasers to give note with good sureties.
5. II. HOLME4, Adn,'or.
Nov. 3,1858 _Gt 43
T1 H E following omipose the Court Martial to try.
the Defaulters of the Edgefield Squadron for
the year 1858, ad nill meet at KEigelild C. U.,
on the first Monday in-Janury next.
ieUt. Qul A'l ICS, Pr,-sielvt.
Qapti. Ta~any anid Wv.asy, and Lients.04,
Saou and Sairt. Mtemtbers.
EnsMUs S. Mime. Judge A dyoeste.
By order of J. F. BURRISS,
Col. 2nd Reg't Cavalry.
Nov 10 81 44
N OTICE--AIl persons indebted to the Estate
of J. iH. liarris, d,eawd, are requested to
pay up as soon as possible; andl those ha.ving de
mands against the Estat.-, will render theom in by
the 1st January neat, properly a't- ated.
D. P. SlILF, Admn'or.
Nov. 3. 1858 2m 43
N OTICE.---AUl ersons indebted to the Es
tate of John Kirksey, dec'd., are hereby
timely warned to make payment forthwith, and
those having claims against the Estate are notified
to render them in, properly attested, at an early
day. E. P. H. KIRKSBY, acting Uz'or,
NOTIC E 3-All persons indebted to the Es
tate of George MelD. Reairden are reque.sted
to make immediate .ettle~ment ; aind those having
demands against the Estate will pleas present
them forthwith, properly attested.
EC. P. 11. KIRIKSEY, ?d'or.
Jan , ~-52.
ALL persorsa indebted to me are requested to call
Aand settle up, as I am obliged to have the
WI have a few Ladies' CLOAKS and WOR
T XD 00GODS which I will selD at greatly reduced
prices. B. C. BEYAN.
t27 e-: 42
Whalesale and RotaRfl.Denter in
BOOTS & SHOES
Under the U:dsted St tes Hotel,
A ITGuST A, G3 EORGTA,
B EG to inform his friends and the mPublie't
he is just openine one of the LAROEST,
BEST and CIIEA PEST Stocki of -
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
'I hat he has ever brought to Augunsta, We'eeted
carefully from the Manuftinarera, perwally, and
purcloa.e. enotirely for U % 81, whicheiabhs hin
to offer superior iduc-lmeuts o those who nasay
favor him with a call.
3,0"0 Pair W. Splendid I'lantation I-R OGANS,
of very supe.ior qualityi exeedLingly cheap;
10 Ca*- 'f very superior Hair L.ined Water
'roof B' OTS, enthely aew, and desirable for the'.
With a full ans..rtmenit of L,dies ssl 1 ss
HI-:ELED atd UNUEELKb GAITAt. SLP
PEiB, B'8KIN-, &b., &e.. to all of which I
would resp. etlully invite the attent.on 'or tiepb,+
lie. H V. It V DA In'.
NEXT DOOR TO ORAY t TUALEY.
Augusta, Sept.2v . tt ..
THOMAS J. FOGARTY,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
UNDER TIE AUGUSTA HOTEL, -
Broad Street, Asaget, Georgia,
'0ULl) tespectfully call the suention of Plan.
ter, -ber. hants a,.d Physialans -to his fresh.
and unadulteprated stock "f
Drup, Medicines ud ChedeaIs,
ND ALL OTHR1A AfITICIE4 IN ills-LINN.
I fool pagrpd il1ai no luas In shis City or else
whoro pan Ar a 4ooelg .uperlor in f VUINB
?E SS F4r, or on more RE SONABLN
EVEIY ARTICLE WARRANTED 1
All officinal preparations put up under the
pervision of araduates of the London -and DalfI -
olleges of Pharmacy, and lit striot confrmity
with the foroularie of the United States Phart,
rnacopma.-My stock of
FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS,
Ui, Tooth, Paint and Wall Urbe.,
&0., &O., &c., . ''
is at all times complete. I would also call atten
Lion to my stock of
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty,.Varnishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BURNING FLUIDI C.,
which I pro , ise to sell 10 per cent LOWER than
ny Ilumse In this City.
Any article sold by moe, which does not give.
satisfaction, the m..n y will be returned and- ex
pences paid in all cases.
Agent for aherman's Patent Trugst
the only depot for genuine bweedish LEECHPA
In the City.
W.-oliciting a visit before purobasli -else.
where, I feel cndllent, that the Induemnents of
fered both in luwn- sa 41f price and punctoulity hI
at-ending to orders, will secure a portopn of yot.
rf'Remember ray Store is under the Augut
Hoel, ."uvista, Ga.
TiOM.i .1. FOGARTY.
A ugusta, .\larelh SUDlv 1
WXK H. TUTT,*
WHOLESALE A N D RET~fJ
French, Englisi . ii Alia
D RU GS,
ro "2.80, 'Eroc tro at,
A UGUSTA, 0.1.
B LUE STON-E.
3,000 Lbs. for sale very low, by- -
W. 1I T UTT, Druggist, - a
180, Blroad street, A ugusta.
LINVSEED OiL, WVII ITE LEAD, &c
500 Gallons Ernlish Linseed Uil;
10,000 L bs. Pure White Leadl;
Colours of all kindrs. For sale at very low
figures, by WV. H. TUTT, I 'ruggzist, -
No. 108, Broad .treet., A ugusta.
SPERM, WHALE AND LARD OIL.
A large Stock always on hand and for sale low,
by W-. Ii. T UTT, Druggist,
No 108, Broad Street, Augusta.
he best article known for moakinoc soap-cheaper
and better than Potash. Fur sale by
WV. HI. TUTTr, Druggist,
. No 108, Broad btreet.
Autgnsta, Nov 1 - f ' 43
WATCH, CLOCK & JEWELRY
S T ORE.
EPHRAIRTWEEDY, Augusta, Geo.,
Enear the Lower Miarket, has now a LARGE
md * 1.NE Stock of
CLOCKS, WA TCHES AND JEWELRY,
Of th.e halt, styles ando fashions.
CLO' 1(B of the best make and warranted to
keep tine at prices rangiung from 61,50 to $12
W ATC H1E8 of the newest psatte-ns, both Silver
tand Gol I, of the best sud most s~ubstaz'IiaI kind,
tod warranted to keep stood time.
JEWELRY nf the newest and ~rrct styles,
[ava, Came'o, Coral andl all Gol Setts,
BR A CELXTS FINGER RINGS, CHAINS, &c.,
d the richest varIety.
gfClocks, Watches atul Jewelry 'repairefand
warranted b~y the o cst Workmen.
Give E. TWREDY a trial.
Augusta, Oct. 63 8m 89
Fall and Winter Styles
HATS, CAPS, BOiNNETS,
Whcaleoale a sa et metail<
Q.EO. W. FERRY, f ugusta, Ga., is
now propa-ed to greet his custome.rs with
t new and extensive assortmoent of
Genats. Fall atrle Volcakin and Cassimere HIATh,
o " Freak ud as 'mer. felt . do
" " Cloth, Nllc Veh-et, Phtish and
Glazed Silk CAPS;
Youths andI Boys HA TS andi CAPS.:al1 kinds;
Childireno's Fancy do do elegantstyke;
Y'elvetQ'lk,Chineal, Strawandi Lace KONNETS
bilk, Scotch Gling, and Paragon UMBRELL AS;.
Men's and Boys Wool htA TS, every variety of
style and quality ;
These Gsods are direct. from Manufactuarers,
mde expressly for this market, and will be sold
as low as same quality of Goods eac be* sold any
where. Call ansdsee.
GEG. .W. FERRY,
Under Masonic 11ali, Broad S!rc,
Augusta, Sept28 tt
CLOCKS! CLOCKS! CLOCKSt
AND NO MIS8TAKH.
C ALL at F. H1. C.\NDEE'S andi eaamine thle
best Clocks ever introdneed in the se'uthern
market. A new styho., eitirely plain, -pretty and.
substantial. W~aran'ed for ton years-if well useil.
_ .g .ield, O ct138 - tf O
C HIOICE TOIA CCO~.ust received,
direct tromt the moanufactory of Col. Pete-'
Pen.of Virginoia. a sup, ly oaf Iine CHEWIN(j
TOBU'CO, cossuprizeaasin tfollowing Brands-:
"i-H'ne'y Dew," 'Oreoaoco," " Extra Twist" and
"Old Danoinioon." Lo.ver. . f the weeld arc Invitea
to enll and somple the latter brand. ." Old Do.
minion" is hard to heat. -
(I L. ?ENN, Aat.
Sept 8 4:. If -,
V INEGAR-Two hundred iala h
APPLE aid- PICKLING VINGlt
rc.- '0- L PR~itIhi$