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AMBROTYPES FOR FITY CTS
POST OFFICE CORNER, AUGUSTA, GEO.
W M. g. CgALMERS, the well-known
and successful Ambrotypist, is still furnish
ing pictures in the same
3EAUTFUL AED L1E.LIE STYLE,
that was so much admired last season, for the
Low Price of 50 Ctse and upwards,
According to the size and style of case. The Gal
lery having a MAMMOTH SKY-LIGHT and
SIDE-LIGHT combined, together with Instru
ments of the latest and most approved kinds,
Pictures can be taken at all hours of the day, and
as well in cloudy weather as in clear.
Having secured the services of beveral of the
Best Operators in the United States,
Likenesses will in all cases be PERFECT or no
charge. Each Picture will be handsomely col
oured by an experienced Artist, and warranted
not to fade.
The Public are invited to call and examine -the
large collection of Ambrotypes, Daguerreotypes,
Melainotypes, Photographs, Paintings, &c., on ex
WEntrance to Gallery one door above the
N. B. Instructions given in the Art and Ap
Augusta, Dec 7 4t 48
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM
A very handsome and select assortment of the
Which we will sell a- a VERY SMALL AD
VANCE on Manufacturers prices.
WThe attention of the Ladies to it is respect
BLAND & BUTLER.
Edgefield, Dec 1 tf 47
T HE Subzcriber has on hand and offers to sell
on fair and accommodating terms, the BEST
and LARGEST stock of
FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS, CLOCKS, Sc., kO.
That has been offered in this market for the last
W Those who wish can call and examine for
themselves, and all are invited to do so.
Dec I 2t 47
T S. & 1. A. BOWIE & CO., Factors
VP. and Commission Merchants, Charleston, S
4., hereby give notice that they have changed the
style of their firm to BOWIE, BROTHER & CO.
J. S. BOWIE,
J. A- BOWIE,
Charleston, Nov 80, at 47
A LL persois are hereby forewarned from tra
ding for three Notes. ga en to Win. Hill, of
Ramburg, S. C., by W. W. Wa h-r, M. A. Crews,
T. C. Cr,:ws, and Z. Spairks, endorbed by W. W.
Perrymnan and Staly Crews, dated on the 9th of
October, 1858. Said Notes are t .r Nine Hlundred
an.l Six D~ollars, and somec cents each ; made paya
ble oe tw'o months after date, one four months,
and one six months aRter date. The consideration
for which the said Notes were given has failed, and
they will not be paid unless c.ompelled by law.
WV. W. WAILLER,
M. A. CR EWS,
T. C. CREWS,
Z. SPA RKS.
.Dee.-8, - St 48
IINAL NOTICE.--All persons indebted
F to the Estate of Win. S. Smyly, dee'd., are
notified to pay the same forthwith ; and thiose hay
~ing claims against said Estate will render them in
properly attested. J. C. SMY LY, Ad'or.
-Dee 8 3* 48
NOTICE-All persona indebted -to the 'Es
tate of J.W7. Rearden, de'. are requested
toake immediate paymnenat; and all persons hav
ing any dematnds aga.inst the same will present them
i -- e '~ "eA ALON* Ad'ors
p ec? If 48
T'H E Subscriber'is desirous of selling itlhe placec
J.wher&.n'he 'now resides, containuing~ Three
IHundred 'and (hirt~y-fvi arnd one 'half (3..))
acres-situated within 'one mile' of Edgefiel I U. 1:
H., and adjoining langs p( Dr.'E. 4. Minms, J. B.
griign, Dr. W. 41. Bgqrt and othpra.' Two hundred
grsare in nativ'e forpst.
THlE McCUTLLQUJGH FLACE, containing Eight
l'mtndred'and thirty-threp and i4 half (533&) aces,
lying on waters of Horn's Creek ('17 miles fromt
llamburg,) and adjoining lands of Washington
Wise, Mrs. Swearenagin, Dr. Hlord and Mrs. Lundy.
Both these places are first rate Cotton lands.
S. S. TOM~PKINS.
Decc1 ti 47
Ridge Land for Sale,
T HIE Subscriber desirous of changing his place
of residence, offers for sale his
VALUABLE COTT'ON PLANTATION
Consisting of FIVE IlUNDRED ACRES, and
lying immediately on the Columbia and Edgefield
On the premises are a fine one story Thouse, with
basement, and all necessary ouit btuildings,-all
new. Also, an excellent well of water, a very su
-perior Orchard and Vineyard, consisting of a great
variety of fruits, a fine Garden, shrubbery, &c.
<Plantation ini fine repair,-i'every "fichd having a
new well painted gate. Plantatiba radtantageously
watered, &c.-, &c.
. . ..- - -CLIS TON WARD.
gg The weekly Columbia'Sandecr iWill blease
copy si Weels, and 'foritard bill-to tiiis oflice.'
SNov. 24, 1858 " t' f -46
Edgeleld & Hamburg Planli Road,
THREE NILES FROM THE VILLAGE.
ES:ma l Nortioma. Clearoc.
-REMAINDER WELL TIMBERED AND WA
le OR R~ 4LE.-I c Yer for salc my ;;
.L IlQUSE and LO'T in this Village. The B'l
House contains'eight konifortable Rooms-the List
is iWell arringed, and contis about six acres.
Price reasoiaable and terma oneimhd two yecars
credit with interest froi date.
- - --D. R. DURISOE.
Nov 24 at '' - 46
r I'U[E Finn of HI. L. CLI'NNIN(/HAM & CO.
lwas gis'solye4 on-tye 2nd ist., by mutual
oonMe~nt Alf' lirsons hailng demands agamiast us
will present theim for pii~am nt. All those indebt
.4 to us are respectfully solicited to call and settle
as eviry as posail~le, as further imduluence will not
be given. H[. L. CUL4JNIiAM & CO.
tiamburg, Aug 4, 1858.
- To the Public,
H AVING sold out our entire interest in the
LI frm of H. I. Cunningham & Co. to our for
me~r partner Mr. HENRY $OLOMON, we take
pleasre in recommending him to our old custo
mers and friends. We are thankful for the liberal
patronage we have received, and solicit a continu
suc of the same for our successor.
H. L. CIXNNING[IAM,
ra.bur,, . C., Aug 4, '68. 0m32
Edgefeld Female Institute!
1HE Undersigned will iconmence the exercise
of this School on the 2nd Monday in Jan
It is his purpose, if possible, to build up an In
stitution that will afford to Young Ladies every
facility for acquiring a liberal education; and hie
asks the hearty co-operation of all who are friend
ly to such an enterprise.
He will be assisted by as many Teachers as the
number of pupils may require..
He submits the following recommendation from
the Professors of the University. of Virginia:
" The Undersigned, having been informed that
Mr. Jonx R. GWALTNEY, a Master of Arts of this
Institution, will take charge of the Female Insti
tute at Edgefield, S. C., are pleased to have an
opportunity to testify to their high appreciation
or his merits as a Scholar, and as a Christian gen
tloman. They believe that his attainments and
character qualify him for eminent usefulness, as a
Teacher of the first class, and they recommend
his School accordingly.
A. T. BLEDSOE, Prof. of Mathematics,
W. If. MCGUFFEY, Prof. of Moral Philo:ophy,
S. MAUPIN, Prof. of Chemistry,
B. L. GILDERLSLEEVII, Prof. of Greek.
J. L. CABELL, Prof. of Physciology & Surg.
A. HOWARD, Prof. of Medicine.
J. S. DAvIs, Prof. of-Anat., Ther., & Bot.
J. P. HoL cOMn, Prof of ConSt. & Intern. Law,
Joux B. Mixon, Prof. of Con. & Statue Law.
Faxcts H1. SMITHu, Prof. of Nat. Philosophy.
GESSUER I ARatsox1 Prof. of Iatin."
- 1W' Any one, desiring further information will
JOHN R. GWALTNEY; A. M.
Edgefield, S. C., Nov 17 tf 45
YORKVILLE, S. C.
Rici- fMaj. M. JENKINS,* Prof. Afathematics.
PALS. Capt. A. COWARD,* Prof. French.
,ieut. C. A. SEABROOKt Prof. Latin Greek.
4 B. M. LAW,* Prof. History . Matematics.
S R. K. THOMAS.* Prof. Beues Lettres.
" R. T. HARPER,*Prof. Eng. 4- Arithmetic.
B. P. BOYD, Bursar.
Drs. BARRON & BRATTON, Surgeons.
TERS:-For all School Expenses, i. e , Tuition,
Boarding, Light, Fuel, Stationery, Books, and
edical attendance, $200 per scholastic year.
No Pupil under twelve or over eighteen years of
Lge will be received.
For further information apply to Principals,
rorkville, S. C.
References:-Gen. James Jones, Columbia, S
,.; Gen. D. F. Jamiason, Orangeburg, S. C.; Gen.
T. H. Means, Buckhead, S. C; Gen. Daniel Wal
ace, Jonesville, S. C.; Col. I. D. Wilson, Socitty
Bill, S. C.; Gen. R. G. M. Dunovant, Ninety-Six
epot, S. C.
* Graduates of the S. C. Military Academy.
t Graduate of the S. C. College.
Yorkville, S. C., Dec. 1, 1F58 8t 47
STEVENS' CREEK ACADEMY:
T HE exercises of this Academy will be re
sumed on the 1st blonday in J:nuary next,
mder the supervision of J. W. McCANTS, Esq.,
graduate of Emory and Henry College, of Vir
lie came to this neighborhood with the best of
-cominendationsas to character and qualifications,
nd we can now testify to the fact ourselves, he
iaving tanght five months to our entire satisfaction
Young men wishing to prepare for College, we
o not think could do better than to conic to our
chool. It is in a good neighborhood where board
au be obtained at cheap prices.
J. S. SIMYLY, )
.T. L.NDRUM, Trustees.
D. C. TOilKINS)
Nov. 24, 1858 01 411
[llE LIVER INVIGARATOR
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.
S agreat scIentific medical discovery, and Is diaily working
crfes, almost too greut toi believe. ii cures ts it by magt
c, even the tlrastdose giving benment, andi seldomn more thani
le bottle is required to curc any kind of Llver Complalit,
um thme worst Jaudice or Dyspepsia to a commion head
e. alt of which are the result of a iiensed Liver.
The TLiver is one or thme principial regulators oif thet
uman body, andi when it pierfinrms its functions well
e powetrs oft the sistem are fully developed. The
omeisalmost entirely dlepenidenat on the healthy
etion of the Liver for the proper performanee of Its
moti.ns. W ben the stom '9ach Is at lauit, the biwels
ire at fault, and the whole syatema so tie r s In coniss
tuence of one organ-te~ Liver- having eensedl to
lo ts duty. Fort thediseas es ,f itat organi, o.netofthie
rprietors has made it his studly, In a practiee of
toe than twenty years, to Indilsonmeremiedy where
rIt h to counteract the -- -nmany derttngemients to
rhich it is liable. .. -.
To prove that this re . medly Is at last found, any
e-rson troubled. 'with -Liv ' e r Cortpuiit i n a ni y
ft its t-trmns, haos but t4 try a ka~i bottle, andl contiction is
A coumpciind- ha~s been ' ..tormned by dinsolving gums
udt extructing that turt -which is aolubile Iuir llhe ne
ye virt'iis 'tt the nkdi~ eine. These gums remove
i morbidl or bad umnntler fromi the system, supptiy
ig in tlher plnea healthy flow of bile, Invigorating
lie stomnteh, causing food to digest well, imtrifyinag
he blood, giving tone -andl health to the ithotte mnehti
cry. remtid-ietlbe 'anui-s of the dlignre, andl effrct
ia radlical cure ithpl a n y df te disagreeable
er effeeni, felt by using ~'C~itmel or Milnerai P~u
.n ttat Is uisually Yeritr teiffo.
One titse nft'r enting is e- stificlent to relIeve tih e
tnach, and~ -prevent thet food from risinig antd stinr
i0nl otne dose tiaken before retiring, prevents
Oly one dlose takenl at night lonsens the bowels
n te tiken nft each ' ,fh-ili will cure Dyspepmsln.
gaTOtie dioe iof two teni spoonistul gil niwaysre
eve Siielten'elme. il l~peiirnoe
One bittlp ~p for (e mgl in iuton eoe
he enuse of t d tists. - andi make-s a iperfect cutre.
Oniy one doswe imminedi ate-ly relit-ve-s Chtilie, while
Ondse, often repe-ate-d, ~"is a sure cure f,,r (hl-l
rta Mnrbus, andi a lire .-'- venlativet of Chitlern.
(Oie dotse, taken often, , wiltl rtvetl thei recuirrene
f ilous Attaeks, )d~hle it relieves all 1,inndaf feel
SOnly one bottidis nenledt tolthrow out or the
yatein the'elfeets of iedi eino after a long siekness.
(ne bottle taken for J .auiidice, removt es all
,ellwness o r untural color froni the( skin.
One tdose taken a skort time before eating gives vigor to
lie pp~tetite, tind mtnnkes foodi digest well.
One dlose, often repeatedi, cures VIhrottie Diarrbhea in Its
rort forms, whmile sumimer aiud bowel cotmpints yield al
:nttst t tihe first dise.
One or two doses cures attacks cenusedl by worms, while fotr
orms it children, there Is no surer, safer or speedier reim
dvy in the wotrld, as it never fails.
'i'here Is no exaggeration In these statements; they are
lain, stiber faicts, tat we cnn give evidenice to pirove, while
ll who use It are givitng theIr unanianous tsttimony in its
Wetake infinite pleasure in recommnending this nmedicine
w a preventive for Fever and Agnie, Chili Fever, antd ait
'evers of a BilIous typte. It opterates with lxertainmty. and
hiousansare wvilling to testify t its wonderful virtuest
Aoig the hiundredis of LIver Remedies now 'offeredl to
he publice there nre none we cain ito highly recommend as
c. SANFORD'YS INVIGORATOR, so'-geenrlly knotwn
w titroughout the Union. This prepiaration is truly a
[stwer Invigoraltor, producintg tihe most happy results otn all
ho use It. Almtist inummierhe certiffenites have been giv.
n to the great virtue of thtis medicine bty those of the high
sit standing it society, and we kniow it to be- te best plin
ration now hteftir thet publi.-fudann. (nrnt)/ lJanoerat.
-- PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
-SANFORtD & CO.,
Proprietors, 845 Broadway, New York.
~For sle at Edgetiel C. IC. by 0. L. ItENN, Agent.
_nne18 s S. - y _ ___..8
We want Money I
L L persons indebted to us arc earnestly sol
k)- cited to call and tettle tip by Aale day next,
s we have heav-v Batik Notes to meet in a short
tin: Come, ye whom we have addommo.1ated
wit. cheap goods and reasonab!b titfe,' walk up
to tie " Capta'in's Office" tand cash your accounts.
We will expect help from you on iloniday next
don't disappoint us. W. R. & g. S.'l U.1).PON
Dccl' tf 417
F OR SA E--A Cgo 9K, WASHE11R and
... RONFn; - -" -: S. TO P.IN1~ S.
W ANTED--A Competent MA GE TEACH
ER to take charge of a Scho-ol six niles
below the Pine House, for the year 159. Atddress
subscibers at Graniteville, S C.
Bl. F L.\NDRU.\,
L EWIS J. ILiES,
A G. TURNER.
De. 1, 1g8 '.t* 47
N OTICE--Tke Trust, es of tihe '96 cehuool
wvantinr a Teach- r to take charge of sald
.uklt ,l f,.r tuhe y A!r 8fit will rip ig. ipro'
for ~he same titil'the i ith day of 1iecember.
w' lLLiAMl CA RTER,
Cha'ai Boardi Trusitoee.
De. 1, 1884 7
NOTICE-Ltst in Hiamburg on the 24th o
LSepember 1858, a sealed Note against Ann
Collins, payable to Edward Collier, 01ne day aft
date, ftsr the principal stun of twenty five hundred
dollars and seventeen cenuts, bearing date 5th dal
February 1850, attested by Richard Key. All
persons are hereby warned against trading for t
said Note. EDW ARI.COLLIEtR,
Cold Spring, Edgefilk S C , De. , t 47
F INE TENMESSEE BACON-Side,
Shoulders and llams-tor sale by
'0. L. PENN, AgI.
rNov2 IAtf 40
New Dry Goods!
W ff. H. CRA.1E, Augusta, Ga., Ia
just received from New York,
Rich Bayudere SILKS;
French all wool DE LAINES, new styles;
Low priced DELAINES and CASHMERES;
French and English M ERINOS, very cheap;
Blaek and Colored ALPACAS, very cheap;
Cloth and Mereno SHAW .S, new styles;
Ladies and Misses Cloth CLOAKS;
Fine Black CLOTH8 and CASSIMERES;
Kentucky JEANS, SATINETS and TWEEDS
New Styles PRINTS and GINGIAMS;
And a great variety of all kinds of DOMESTI
GOODS suitable for the season which will lie sob
on the lowest terms for Cash.
Call at the NEW GRANITE FRONT STORE
Augusta, Dec I 8L 37
ELEGANT TOILET ARTICLES.
R IMMEL'S Rose Leaf POWDER, a delight
fut cosmetie,- for imparting a smooth ani
roseate hue to the complexion.
Lubin's Pomade nnd Antique OIL;
Mangenet&Condray's White Stick POM ATUMi
Low's Chinese Musk SOAP;
Low's Cold CREAM;
B. autifn1 Buffalo Iair BRUSHES, inaid with
Bohemian COIOGNES and Puff BOXES;
Harrison's CREAM OF BEAUTY, and
Phalon's Paphion LOTION, for the Skin;
Lubin's EXTRACTS, 80 different odors;
Frangipanii SACHETS, for perfuming wardrobe.
The attention of the Ladies is solicited to out
stock of FANCY OODS, comprising the richest
and most elegant articles from the best Manufac.
tures in this country and Europe.
W. H. TUTT.
Augusta, Ga., Dec. 1, 1858 If 47
WOOLLAY TOWN HATS!
Messrs. WOOLLAY & SON,
NEAR GRANITEVILLE, S. C.,
R ESPECTFULLY announce to the citizens of
South Carolina and the South at large, thrt
they ate now prepared to furnish
OF EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY,
As well made, of as good material, and on as rea
sonable terms as can be found any where In the
Col. Simkins, Editor of the Adrc-iser, a man of
taste and good judgement, commend our Hats in
the following style:
" Messrs. WOOLLAY & Sox. residing between
Graniteville vllage and the Graniteville Depot,
have established a hat-making business which
deserves honorable mention. They exhibit speci
mens of their work at our late District Fair,
which readily took a premium. Their hats of
all kinds commanded general admiration. Hav
ini procured one for our own caput, we can s)eak
advisedly upon the subject. Messrs. WooLLAY's
fine dress hats are of superior quality; and,
though very taking at sight, they decidedly im
prove on acquaintance. The one we now wear is
a capital hat, and we like it better and better every
day. General M c-lowAN, of Abbeville, wore oil
one from his last, visit down this wily, and we have
no doubt he is delighted with it. All who have
tried them, like them. An experienced dealer in
the article examined ours the other day,. ai.d, not
knowing it was of Edgefield manutfactiare, frankly
gave the opini-n that it was a first rate lat. This
is the candi I expression of one wh6 trades with
the best houses of New York. Messrs. WoOLLAY
not only make flue hats but common ones,-not
only men's hats but. boy's hats,-plantation hats
and business hiats,-young Aitmerica's hats and
Senators' hats. We wish then inuch good luck
in their businievs. They ought t.. lbe encourng< d
in their handsome and useful branche ot mnanufne
tures. Messrs. WooLLrAY, we had atlmost'frgeot to
say, took the premium~ at the lnst .et te Fatir, and
we confidently predict, that th',y will do so at the
apjroaching Colunmbia Fair. W by 1 Because their
work is good, and no mistake. tinrder the circutm
stances, should not, Messrs. WooLIt.A Y be encour
aged, espee'ally by the people or Edgetleld amiong
whorn they have cast their lot? Surely they
should. Send dowin thien to themi at Graniteville;
-send your measures and order your hats. Try
thin, merchants. Try :them, l.,nters Try thqm,
all of you. Their enterprize is a good one. Their
work is good. Their prices arc fair. Their hats
are both fine and comfortable. Try themu once,
and we venture to say yote will try themn aglit.'
if Persona desjring further information will
pleasp adgress us ati Graniteville, S C.
- - - J. WOOLLAY & SON.
Nov. 24, 2858 "if 46
SWAN & Co.'s
LOTTERIES TRIUMPH ANT !!
CAPITA L P1ltlZy
TICI(ET 3NLY si10!
1 HJE followinig Sehiente wiltlibe drawn by S
SW AN & C0., Managers of te SPA RT A
ACADIl)KY LOTTKR'~;iY, in eachl of their Singk
Numbher Lotteries for Deet'r. 1858, at, A UGUSTA,
(Georgia, ini pub'ie, unader the stuperinutenidence c1
Class 44 Draws Saturday, December 4, 1858.
Class 45 Draws Saturday, December 11, '58.
Class 46 Draws Saturday, December18, '5Rl
Class 47 Draws Saturday, December 25, '58.
ON TIIE PLAN OF SINGLE NUMIERS.
NARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICEETS
TO BE DRAWN
EAdII SATURDAY IN DECEMBER!
1 Prteof... 0O IIlPrzso.......t5',00
1 Prize of..,,21,001 0 1r~so...... .
1 Prize oF.1100Liltrzsr......... 14,00
1 Prize of ........ 5,Ot) 10 Przsf.....t
1 PrIze of........ 4,t00 5)1'te ii .51
1 Prize of.. .... .. 'fl 54 P, eso.......n1
1 Prize o~f.... .... .. 1,50)IS rie r......
~~~~~~10 Prizes of....)4 2 'rzso........15
1PR 0IATO PriZScao.......st
4 Przesof 41)1 Aproxln toze $540.......... ar *s6
4 1rii.esof 00 1 e of.......... 1
4 Prize of 25: 50 Prze Itt .... ....... ar 14x1
4 Prizs or .11 5 Prze 4 f...... lri . ... are 8
5,001 rizes f020 " re... s.............. ,17.
,10 Prizes a....... 1,0 ..2.5Pri...o.... ....3.... 10
4(1 Pr ize01)dsris of prx'vtig It. ,0rzeae$,0
4 rizese of z00gv wil be s 0 at rihe fo rewing2a0e
4 rize s if risk:500 rz sar 0
4 rizes of 1-cg or te ,000 Tickets.. ar......
5,00 rizesko cage of t" uare.. '.......t........20
5,510kat Piesgotn ght.............,00
' n Oleig $10',Hals or, Quers $2c,50
En Aiculosowen the poe o tralanm f the Liorttreilb
neeint. t oneh esiou ofl receoivgrte yfis a
C e it o Dr Pcagw ubesldnt thies lln be s
tw haers th eiitttile -:dawtg
eiinef Pucae wif tlen write thcer tg..........*S
Cetinte wt ot c aet o t en Il Tik.........
ertinete f 1, ) agfend Quarderpu Ticket ......
Cert, srcate~Olt~ o trPackng twuatie of t hirghhTikt-y........
g~~Ids Ordersg Ticets or Certiietes
Eneos theWl roe tol outr addretssii r, Aeikt., ordetit
(Icn..e un -haive toes lendin an agre tey mare
tio prhs.r Simma' eiter ofe the drwig
and give t4e ir t.1e Louty qa ta1i l~the
gyi'"'Itememb~u~i ter t Ilat ovey P ize O is drwn tndpule it
TgAl ritele ,f ,0 n mepi meitl n
-.gTCE-All coi pnerasrclon ainde'ia in
8i b .t or A Mrs O.tw . Augusr, eorgi.a
rt} Puerted tresnt tnemr.Aontgorlf Aatt., f(a
pn.. enn have thirrdtieand theine te t ne by~ addrte w
pleag ouwne &o.,utwar and tse witlt -eay
-o. 4 t f r fe 4ern nith le
Fil beSH~ OYSTe eERS ige nteraollong ba
:andr sattle byz tE, ATla . DutelIS, Agt.
Nov. 2 4t$3 f 47
r PIE. Subscribers respectfully announce lb
.E their Stock of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods
Is now complete. The DRESS GOOS) embrn<
all the new and fialdonable styl . T1ie STAPL
GOO DS have been bought. low and will bo sol
J. B. SULLIVAN & CO.
Nov.10 tf 44
IN Store and ready for inspection a large Stoc
or Georgia all wool PLA INS;
Lowell Mills PLAINS;
I'lnid LI NSEYS, in cvrcy vai iety ;
OSTNAB ITRGS and Georgia STItlPES ;
White and Colored Negro BLANKETS.
- Will I e sold cheap.
J. B. SULLIVAN & 00.
Nov10 if 44
FALL AND WINTER TRADE
PENN, Agent, would respifectfully an.
. j. n1onne to his custoimers and the pubtlic
generally that he has received his Stock of
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
Ili Stock is full and complete, and has beer
selected with great care, both in styles and prices
and will rot fail to give ENTIRLE SATISFAO.
He feels grateful for the liberal patronage al.
ready received, and solicits a continuance of the
same the prOront season, and promises to do his
best to please all who may give him a call.
Nov 1 tf 43
IN CONNECTION WITH
T oITIEo &TRD TE
MOST DARING ACTS OF
Acrobatic and ,ynastic Exercises,
Intersperced and enlirened by the comicalities of
of the CLOWN. 'Consolidated for a South
ern Campaikn, will perform at
EDGEFIELD C. ll.,.MONDAY, 1UTn DEC. 1858
A fternoon Performance at 2 o'clock; Evening
at (; o'clock ADMISSION 50 Cents; Children
and servan-ts, half price.
'I he Entertainment differs materially 'from ok
fogy Circuses. Having SCENERY and FIX.
TURES ample to present the GR EAT
Ptays 'of '76:
" Times that Tried Men's Souls !"
On which Yankee Robinson will "Stand donen
rac 'Ibnl/ This grent Drnma is foded nn incidlenl
wich occurred -dating the setdlement of~ the Scino
Valley. It excels'anything ever introdelued in pub
CHARAPTERS IN TE gREAT DRAMA,.
DA SIUS SuTTON, A liy j ankee, enn beat ani
(ali in'the diggins hoeing 'Siters; is some in a hini
Fight, and death on Ingqine, generally spenking.
FRlEt). SINCl A IR, a young l unter.
ItA LPH lIRA0 TTON, nn 4yug(ish hard in le-agni
with the Indlingsi.
J.Sli UA GU IIN an American Faermer an.
lev .lnii..na.ry ,ohdier.
(IN.WVA NCHlA, on Indian Chief iii thin service o
INDZIA NS--T AtIIIA. N ASliEASK XUK
OMAK lA li. K EOKIUK. WA hiili K1I~ll fK, K EN
AAC:K. PASS EPA 1I0W UNCAS.
MAltY 1ILIJ0RN. PBetr.thed t.o Frel. Sinelair.
SA ,L~ Svl: 1llDI!NS, a bull C.An,,lel., an:d :. 'tate
pach la I'Iou.
INCIDENTS OF THE DRAMA.
4 i raighton pursuced by a lienr ; h
~~ is resenedl by the young hiunte:
'~'~ Fred. Sinch:,ir ; the Signet Iting
itsrins and' hi. (xen. G11.\NI
IIOEINGJ MATCII lbetween Dn.
rind and Satlly ;arrival of~ the v'iI
linn lirnighton ; his interviel
with Mary : he resolves upon lhe
ruin. A KWFER.l KUTE AN]
KOMICAL KAPE KOD KC
TIIAON, by all the ebarnetera
-to marry or net to marry : th.
rj.nestio~n decidedl by a Trial Itnne
- hetwee~n Darius ad Sally; lor
wins the day; thin griive; Mar
-and Blralighton; his infamous pre
- posal; her scorn nnl indlgnntior
Darius 'Jest in time'; lie rese
I .Mary fronm the villinin 1Brnightor
. sulen appearance o.f Onnwan
elma; the Grny Wolf. T 11]
S TIltEAT--ThtE VOWOF VEN
UEANCE-" Their h~nrning vil
lages shall light miy tattier'si spir!
I * to the happy hunting groundl.
\ . Te minight wvar-boop shall rn
upmn their cars, and they shn
start from their slumber to se
- the red man- standing by the:
si.Ie. The Tomahawk shall gleai
alft ANKEE CQUNR~fI
-The Butter Business; Dairiesi
a Ilx ypreparations for battle; he
rmim of Fred. Sinclair; the yer
-land cries out fue Liberty ! Tl
-shout is bore on every gale the
sweeps through our waving fg
-- , and nnaiin ;" ni answered I
-. : the rushing river and the roarln
wvateirall ! All shouit "-Americ
b~e Free !" Darius and Sally nr*
-. - paring for War I Landing 'th
- -"sheeting irons !" Apt 4
Savages .9 me~r .te-}a
cdeslate hoine; the lonely hearti
Siencnmpment In the wilderness. TIlE MIDNIGH
W'tlH-FIRE-Indians in Council-Indian Wa
r Dance-Darius and Fred. en the trail; they are Cal
tured by the Indians ; Yankee ingenity ; the stra
agem; the escape; death of the Incliuns; rescue
Mary and Sally. DEATH OF lMlAG1AT Q. Vi:
,liny foiled ad Irnnaenep. Wimlphnht. 'The whol
- :u or-e klea of the TLIES THA
1 pgi- emobr, the two Companies perform in tlh
ae Tent, /ura ?'cla Cao.pusy in. re lkiny; Ymu
ke}in R.'.n's on at regular eder..ted stage, with spIer
The great Drama-" Days of 70 "-will only 11
Novembe th 188, 3t 46
EXECUTORS' 14OTICE.--All persor
Lindeb~ted to thte Estatoof John Jones, dec'd
tare earnestlj requested to make arrangements t
a pay up promptly that the. provisions of thme wi
r may be complied with ; and all persons hnavin
i demands against the Estate will please preset
thom to the Executo. a immediately, properly al
tested. A. J. HAMMOND,
W. G. HARRIS.
- Sept S tf 85
d EMUONS.-Just received fire Boxes Chokc
NLEMONS. E. T. DAVIS, Agent.
: M19 if .' E
WE HAVE RECEIVED OUR USUAL STOC
Fall& Winter Goods
NEARLY EV E R Y ARTICLI
Usually kept for tUre trade.
W Det. rmined to offer them at such prices a
cannot fail to give satisfaction, we respecifully in,
vite the att..-ntion of those who want good bargains
BLAND & BUT LER.
Edgefiehf, Oct 27 tf 42
FRESH DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C
r 11E Subscribers take pleasure in Informing
. their friends and patrons that they are NOW
RECEIVING a Largc Addition to thoir A!
ready extensive Stock of PURE and FiES11
Drugs, Medicnes, Cheniieals, &c.
We are pmire-a mal will tkak ph'nlo in inr
niishainatt Physiciai% with a COM8IILETF, O)UTFIT
of IM!edicir es. Tnstruments, Shop Furtiture, Med i
eal wnddle Hangs, cve., &ec, &c.
TO THE LADIES.
We will also say to the Lalies that our Stock
coinjri.es A I. Larticles for the TOILET, from the
Dressing Comb and Brush to the richest Perfume
ry. Fine Soaps, Pomades, llai testoArativcs, De
pilatory, Cosmetics, Lubin's Genuine Extracts, &c.
Also. FL AVORING EXTRACTS for Culinasy pur
TO THE PLANTER
We say. your wants have been attended to in our
present selection. Send in your orders, or come
in and let us put you up a complete Plantation
Case of Medicines, Instruments, &c., with full di
rections for use, In all simple cases, anj thereby
save time, money and health. A simple cathartic
or the timely administration of an emetic, or an
anodyne, does and will often break the chain of
morbid action, thereby preventing serious and pro
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY
We extend the invitation to call on us. We have
all of the most reputable nostrums recommended
to cure almost all of 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 something for your relief.
WgPrescriptions filled with accuracy and dis
patch at all hours, day or night.
M-Call and examine our Stock at the Drug
Store under the Odd Fellows' & Masonic Hall.
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUIE.
Edgefield, April 28 tf 16
T ITS Subscriber having the exclusive Agency
of Edgefield District for
GROVER AND BAKER'S
CELEBRATED FAMILY AND PLANTATION
Will fill all or.lers with irouiptness and despatch.
Will deliver Machines and give all necesary in
struttions for using them, FREIC OF CIIARGE,
when the distance des not exceed or e day's travel
going from and returning to this plaee-beyond
this, a small amount sufficient to pay for time, will
be added. l'ersons living at a distance ordering
%lachines, will fiud them reiady threaded with full
directions for using them. Will sell them" at .\lan
ufacturers prices with the addition of freight.
These \lA(llINE$ have been in use throughout
the country for se.veral year.-, and have given
Being so simiple that any person can learn how to
use them is a few hours.
They work from I weoordinary Spooe's of Thread,
and make a stitch stronaer and moro beautiful
than can possibly be done bay hand.
The Sewing wil not rip or ravel if eveLry fourt~h
stitch is cut.
It works with equal. fiacility any desired thick
ness of fabric fronm the finest Mull Muslin to the
coarsest Negro Kerse) s, using either Cotton, jinen
or Si!k Thrcad.
A lady In one hour, with one of these magic
wondreis, will do thre 'work of a'day hand sewing.
Every Family Should have One
Testimonials from gentlemen of the highest
respectability who have used used the.'ip lyachaines
in their famniliese will be chee.(iMll sl~owni.
CALL AND) SEIR Tily~M 0 .PrRATION.
Lfkie andl Sales Itoom first door above Wmn
11111's lardware Store. Trermae, Cash on delivery.
Ml. A. R ANO01j,
1Tamburag, S. C., Naov 22, t4 40
3 TU. DAVIS, AgentI, has juist replen
. .J. ished his Stock with fresh impora tations of
amost EVE.R A l:TLC;LE in the Orocery bnaI
noa.s, which he is rellian* at
'Very Low Prices!
His p~reent large' Ftock consists in part of
1(0 Rba StuarI's C. Si1(1.\R which will be sold
8 lbs.aafor Il, (Cash, t r t 111 rts per lbi. lby the hbIl.
5i P~lhis.:-uperior Irish PUT ATOKR;
- Tenneiie-ce HI A,\ls andL L;\A1l, 15- et'.. pr~ lb.;
Norath,-ria PlPPINS and A1 L it., fue;
1 Tierco 1R11E, l.-st quality;
IIh-rme: irally Scaled FRLUITS;
,C haaice Rl A'STNS, CITRoN and CURRUANTS;
; do l-'109 and PR UNEA ;
aCA NIES and N I'TS, a fll and fine vaiety;
-SAI..\ON andl LOBSTERS, superior;
SPLF3DID LIQUORS, WilES, CORDIALS,
ig"'Call a t the " Ecag.
* E. T. D.\VIS, A gt..
SNoav 24 If -. 461
State oC'South Carolinai.
EDG~EFI ELD DISTRICT,
Tcmperance I latener anihers, Bil rm Sidh
.las. Morris, his wife Lucy, et. al. of~ lads <f-c
tYvirtue of an order fraom Chancellor Wardlawu
in this case, I will sell at Fdgetield (. M. or
sale day ini .lanuary next, the Sllyw1la- prtia el
the Real instate of hiiggt1t lebier, dceassedl.
r Two hungrea ntri t (200) aeres to be laiad Oi
frog the Yrdjut whereon tbe a rid'deersed resided at
thte thsre of hIs death,'nna w'hich (rill be located ota
a the extreme portion of the sid tract, sand being &!A
Smost remote from the dwelling.
T Taas-A credit or twelve. won'hs Ibom day ol
d sale with intere4 fpi said d'ate, except cots, ta ha
Purelhase mnoney to be secured by bo.nd witli
ada qate sureties. A. SIlKiSs, c~..
- s ens inde-bted to the Estate of Mrs.
LuySunimerall, deconsed, are requested te
.pniy the same forthwith ; and thuse having demanda
e against said Estate will please render them in pro
; perly attested, as soon as possible. I desire to settle
r up the Estate without delay.
r 13- M. TALBERT, A dn'or.
A.* bonis non.
Nov. 3, 185S 12m 43
- INAL NOTICE.-.ill persons having an~
a claiims against the Estate of Simeons Mathis
i deceased. aro nao itied that they mnus~t render then
in by the let October next, and those inidabted mus
pay op by Return-day, or the Admrinistratar wilt be
foi-eed to place said indebtednie.as in the hands aof ati
-Attorney fur collectiorn. The Estate must be closed
by the let October.'ONM~S Am.r
Aug. 4 tf 30
s NOT ICE.-All ,ersons having clathis againsi
,,tihe Eistate of William Logue, dec'd., are
0 hereby requested to present themi properly, atteste
ed ; and all persons indebted to said Estate musi
! make immediate payment.
t, E. H. YOUJNGBLOOD, Adm'r
- Aug 18 tf 32
s TC .-tlthose indebted to the Estatl
-h sth.anur et ; and i os aah e h
eagainst thvstrl e thoin a',a
- art4.9 ' " t'OB McCA RTE ?,
grppy .1-1 88 - m''
Ypermission of the Ordinary of Abbeville
c District, we will sell by public auction, on
14TII OF DECEMBER,
And day following, at the late residence of Col.
SWin. A. Williams, dee'd., two miles from Ninety
Six Depot, on the G. & C. R R , all the
Of said deceased, consisting of some
Sixty-Five Likely Negroes,
I Amongst whom are two good Blacksmiths, several
Cooks, and. Excellent Honse ervats, and No. I
Field Hands. Also,
FIFTEEN FINE LARGE MULES,
A Fine Brood M A RE and COLT, and O'ne Extra
Fine Saddle and Haruess IlOR-E. A pair of
FXClLLENT CARRIIAUB HORSES,
Some 50 or GO Ileatl Thorenh red Cattle of the
DEVON AND DURHAM STOCK,
A very fOne I.\.lORTE:' 1:ILVON BULL; and,
also, a very fine largei I -UR1IAA 131. L
Thise is, pei haps. the finest and larulest lot of
thorough I esi CauI l. wv.r I 4itor 41 1 ef, -re in Lthe
Sts.te. Perso Ins wishi, I , Luy ext ra ItI
would do well to aten.l this:- ale. A .so,
EOUR YOKE OF oxi,
Forty-two Ulead of Sheep,
Of the most improved breed. F..rty-one fine
Ews, 0nd one Imported South D.awn Rain. A
lrge nber of
Stock Hogs and Fat Iogs,
ABOUT 2000 BUSHEM CORN,
25,000 Lbs. of Fodder, 400 bushels of Wheat, Seed
Oats and Peas. Also, over
100 Bales Cotton,
5000 bushels pure Boyd Cotton Seed,
Several Plantation Wagons and Harness,
A fine Carriage and Buggy,
Plantation and Blacksmith Tools,
Household Furniture, of excellent quality.
Also, Kitchen Furniture, and much other property
that is not herein mentioned.
IWTerms made known on day of sale.
J. W. W. MARSHALL, Adm'r.
KITTY F. WILLI tMS, Adm'x.
Nov 20 ' ' 2t 47
Land for Sale.
T HE Subscriber, desiring to change his busi
Lness, offers for sale his TRACT OF LAND
containing Six Iumsdred Acres. On the
place is a good Dwelling House and all necessary
buildings. Also, a good Saw M l11. About 140
acres of this Tract are cleared-70 of which are
fresh land. This tract is situate about' 2j miles
East of the Pine House. I will take pleasure in
showing the land to any one who may wish to
purchase. ABSALOM HORNE.
Sept8 tf 85
B Y an order from W. F. Durisoe, Ordinary, we
will proceed to sell at the late residence of
David Ouzts, dec'd, oil
WEDNESDAY, 15TH DECEMBER NEXT,
All tho property not disposed of In the Will of the
deceased, Con-isting of a TRACr OF LAND
FIVE oUNDRED ACRES,
Situated about 18 m'les North-West of Edg( field
C. H, on Mountain Creek and its waters, jomin
lands with .lacob Harling, Wn. Ilamiltmn, Jas.
Sheppard, Jarrot Noble and Maj. Isaac B..lea, and
about one mile from hi4 Steam Saw Mill. About
half the Tract is cl.ared. The uncleared portion
is heavily timbered Pine Land. The place is one
of the best watered and healthiest locatie-ns In the
I istrict, with a comfortable dwe.ling and out
houses. Refercnce can be had hy application to
Elbert liar: ing. who lives tear the p'ace, and will
take pleasure in shown inig the p~remuises to any oruc
desiring to see ii,
There will be sold NINETY-TWO ACRE3 of the
Homestead Tract, joihaing lands with Johnson Sale,
Thos. Hender.-on, Willis Ross and T. F. llhihms.
There is about T WlEh TY-FlY E A CMS clear, .1
on the Tract, allof which is fr'esh. It is tvell tim
bered, has some imprvemepAts on it, and is a heal
thy ad bra~ifei situation,
Between Thirty and Thirty-five bales Cotton,
Cotton Seved, Corn, Ifodder, Shuoks. Hor
sea, M ules, a yoeo Oxen, Cattle,
H~orrs~s(1Ie of which are fat, one
i agoig and IHarness, one
Cart, one Jersey Wagon
one Carriage and Harnesi,.
an'd one Butrgy and Harness, a
fine lot of seasoneOd Wagon timber,
a good Bark Mill, Plantatioun and Carpen
ter., Tuola, Ilioishold and Kiteken Irurniture,
aisd many ...her things to o tedious to mention.
TERMS OF SALE.
The Real Estate will be seld on One and Two
years credit with interes6 from day of sale, with
approved seentitics. The personal property will
bee sold onv and one years tin~e with interest from
slay of sale, also with opproved seenrities--all
T. J. (WZTS, i
L EM. BROOKS, % Ex'ors.
Neov.li 4t 45___
BY virine of ant nydelr froma W. F. Durisoc,
EIlsq , (tplinary, I wt'll sell at the late resi
dlence, cif Lvi Mc Dantiol, dee'd., on Monday, 18th
Doceber necxt, the personal properiy of said
dlecased, cosisting in part of
T WO NEGROES,
Stoc of Horses, Cmutle, &c., Corn, Fodder and
Tsmns-.\ credit of twev.lve montlhs with interest
fronm the d4g of sa'e. Purcha.-~rs giving notes
with approved grettee for all stams over five dol
lars-umdg~ dhat &nmomat, cash will lbe requ red.
FRll) McDANIEL., Ex'or.
Nov. 17 4t 45
P)Y vistut eof an oreder fronm W. . ),.-leoc, Or
..) dinary, I will preest ta se.)l at my resIdence
on Wednesday tiao )m:h December niext,
The property of Singletzen I luumes, dceensedl.
Tauxss -Twelve monthds cred't n ahl interest from
date. l'urchasIw-rd, to g-ive~ nae5 wide g..od sureties.
Nev.3, 185S t 43
T1lE Firm oef COLEM AN & SMIlTH, wasby
nmuhmal consent, dis.. Ived on the 0th of
Aiugust last. Air peorsoni Indebted to ns are re
spectftully solicited t0 settle as soon as possible, as
we withi Ia ehose the businessof the firm. Either
of us, or J. C. Chtapnm-, are authorized to use the
nme of the firm in liquidating.
COL KM AN &k SMITH.
Mount muon, S. C., Now. 23,.1858.
To TIlE PUBLIC.
)Jnviuz sold my entire Interest In the firm of
COLX~sm & -3m to Mr. W. B. uxrn, my former
partner, being~ thankful for past favours, I take
pleasure in recommenndingt hoin to our former cus
tomer., and friends. All p~ersons indebted to me
will please come forward and pay, as I am conm
pelled to have money. LWSCLMN
Nov. 28, 1858 ti47
Norfolk and New York Oysters,
r "H E above superior OYST ERS can be had at
IS. EC. BOWERS', in Hamburg, fresh every
day, by Express, in Half and Whole Gallons.
Nov 20 tf 46
TTOT IC E.--All persons desirous of employ
ilng the Netgro man .JOE belonging to Mrs.
Seibelse, may do so uplonl comp~lying with the terms
mecntionet3 in a paper which Joe carries with him.
EC. SEIBELS, A gt.
Nov 23 1m 46
~jOW T V E.-.AII persons having dends
jagainst the Estate of William RiawI, lte of
Edgetneldl District', deceased, are hereby notihed to
preseic them properly atteste~d, on or before the
frst day of ,anii:n-y next, (tt59 ) Ad all persons
indebted to a:.id Estato, arc requetie to make pay
meat by the samue time.
N,,.24 SAMUEL RAW4 Ae4.
., d ndilIntnding toWb.
from Ditg-o short timq, has
hsaprs in-the' hanids of Mr. F. L. Smith.
Any person ~wishing'to pay him money ca do so
.ymalln on Mr. Sith, and by sodoimg will coil
HEAVY OVER SACKS;
GENT' SHAWLS & BLANKETS,
CO .T, PANTd AND VEST, TO MATCH.
FINE DRESS AND FROCK COATS,
PANTS AND VESTS,
Of evcry dercriptiou.
FINE LINEN, COTTON AND MARSEILLES
S H.iItR Ts.
MERINO ANi FLANN[L SHITS AND DRAWERS.
Byrois sod tainding- CoMars, Sue
penderst., Socks, Glove., Tie,
tUoitidkerelviefas, &c., &c.,
ALL FOR SALE LOW
J. M. NEWBY & CO.
Dec I tf -47
POULLAIN, JENNING-k 00,
GiBOCEBB * COTTOl4 FACTODS,
Opposite Globe Hoel, Augusta, Ga-,
C ONTINUE as heretk.fLie, in connection with
their Grocery business, to attend to the sale
if COT (ON and other Produce.
They will be prepared in the Brick Pire-Proof
Warehouse, now in process of erection in the rear
if their store, at the intersection of Jackson and
teynold streets, to receive on storage all consign
ueuts made them.
&7 Liberal cash advances made on Produce in
tore when requested.
THOMAS J.- JENNINGS,
Augusta, Aug 16,m . 8
ISS MATHEWS, Opposite the Masonic
Hall, Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA., has
eturned from the North, and just received a
ARGE kTOCK of
Millnery of al Kinds,
)RESS CAPS, HEAD-DRESSES, HAIR PINS,
And a great variety of other Goods, such as
PINE CLOAKS, FUES, WORSTED 000DS,
EMBROIDERIES, SKIRTS, HOSIERY,
Alexander's Kid. Gloves,
With many oher Goods too numerous to-mention.
Augusta, Ga , Nov. 1 m* 48
CANDEE & EcEWEN,
WATCH MAKERS & JEWELERS,
H AVING this day formed a Co-partnership will
occupy the Rooms next adjoining the Post
)fiie, and will give the STRICTEST ATTEN
LION t., all business entrusted to their.care.;
-A6. 3s 9 O
Wle have on hand a small assortment of FINE
IE WIELRY,- which we will soll cheap.
J ICWELRY and SOCIETY BADGES mad. to
>rder and warrantedl.
3f Particular attention will be paid to Watch
Edgeflel, Nov 1 ti 48
R ANAWAY from the Subscriber's mother,
about the 1st April last, his likely Mulatto -e
boy RICH MlOND, about 21 yeans old,'imd about
5 feet 7 or 8 inches high.- His color is tolerabile
briht and his hair pretty straight,- and 'wore
when he left a moustache. He is intelligent and
tolerably quick spoken. He has been raised in
the house, and is a valuable dining-room servant
ad good ostler.
It is supposed -he is lurking about some of sthe
neighboring cities,-either . Hamburg, Augsta,
Lharleston or Columbia. The above rew~ard-wll
be paid for his apprehension and delivery in any
jail so that I may get him. And any lng~rmation
concerning him will be thankfully received.
T. N.- LUNDY. f
June 23 tf 24
I7Tge Augusta Constitutioralist and Charles
ton Mercury will please copy weekly for ene
tntnh and forward bills to T. N. E., Edgefield C.
II,. S. C.
THlE STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA
IN ORDINARY. .
BY Wi. F. D)URISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgelleid
Whereas, Simeon Crouch, bath applied to:-us for
Letters of Adminisiration, on all and singular .the
god n huerights and credits of Joba
Cocatofthe Ifairict aforesaid, deceased.
These are, thierefore, to cite and admonish all and
singulbhr, the kmndred and creditors of the said dieceas
ed, to he and appear before me,at ournexi Ordinary's
Court for the said Dis'trict, to be hoiden at Edge~i.Id
C. H., on the 9Jth dhay of December next, to show
cause, Ifany, why the said adin istration should not be
Girn under my hand andseai,this25da daydf Nov.
in the year ofrour Lord one thoumand~'eight hundred
and ttyeightt and in the 83rd year of American
indeendece. W F. DUJRJSOE, 02 . D .
Dec. 1, 21 47
XECUJTORS NOTICE.-AII persons
LAhaving claims against the Estate of Ayery
Bland, deceased, are hereby noifed to presnt
them, properly attested,immed tey.
J. A. BLAND, Ex'ors,
JTan. 6, if '
NOTICE.-All persons indebted to the Estate
Iof David Ousta, dec'd., are requested to pay
the same without delay,and those having demands
against the same will render them in, properly at
tested, for payment.
T.J. OUZTS, yES?
L. BROOKS. ~ 05
0ut. 6, tf 39.
PUBE IMISSOURI WINVES.a.-park
1l ng CAT ABA, CABINET, and other brands
of the Missouri Wine Company, can be had at
8. K. BO WERS, Agent, Hamburg, who .lathe
sole Agent for that Company.
Hamburg, Sept 1 tt 34,
T'HE following compose the Court Martial to try
I be Defaulter' of the~ Edgefield Squadron. for
the year 1858, and miii meet at Edgefleld 0. H.,
on the Airst Monday in January-next.
Lient. Col. BATES, President.
Capte. TArlEST and Wzsr, and Ietms. GAU,
Saon and Suxrrn,-Members.
EmAnl. s . Mixe, Judge Advocate.
By order of J.. F. BURRISS,
Ccl. 2nd Reg't Cavalry.
Nov 10 8t 44
WTE will pay ONE CENT per pound in Cash
VTfor the MOTES that fall under tho Cottog
Gin, (and which have heretofore been considered
worthless) delivered at the Mill at Bath,8S. .,or
at the Oflce in Augusta, or- at any deoenthse
. C. Rail Road. They may be sent bywagemi
or if packed the Bagging and Repe-v~ be-re
turned to the planter, Mar your namno jn sash
bale. GEOh. W.W T
.Ageni Bath Papsr Ml
Auguela, Ga.,Nov. 9- '' mr d
(OLREII SYRUP.-I inreiseE
few Barrels Sugar Hous. O0LDNSUW,
a superior article for-fameib se. - -.
Also, ziew Chse tsn Bnttsr, PlcisbIesf
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