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HAMBURG, S. C.
E Subscriber returns his thanks to his friends
- and patrons for the liberal patronage extend
ed to him during the past two years, and hopes to
receive a continuation of the same.
For the year 1859 ample preparations will ke
made to give-the best satisfaction to those who
may patronise the House.
SERVANTS, orderly and well trained, have
The TABLE will receive the Proprietor's own
attention; and shall be supplied with the best the
market of Augusta affords.
The STABLES will be in the charge of an at
In short, kind friends, I am golo~g to make every
effort to plea you.
G. C. CUNNINGHAM.
Hamburg, Dec 21 tf 50
Edgefeld Male Academy!
ARRANGEMENTS EOR 1S59
NEW & HIGHLY APPROVED TEACHER.
T E undersigned, Trustees of the Edgefield
Male Academy, are gratified in being able to
state that their institution will open again on the
.3rd Monday in January, 1859, under the most
Mr.JAMES 0. FERRELL comes Into the charge
of the Academy as Principal, and will be ably as
sisted. Mr. F. brings the most acceptable recom
mendations from men of judgment and trtuth. He
Is at once, say they, a proficient scholar and a
Christian gentleman, an accurate teacher and an
The Trustees feel every confidence in the man
of their choice and hope for a large in-coming or
students from this and the surrounding Districts.
The facilities they offer are of high order, as they
have every reason to believe.
The terms of tuition &c., are the same as last
R. T. MIMS,
A. SIMKINS, i
G. A. ADDISON,
W. C. MOR AGN E.
N. B.-Mr. FERRELL presents the mo.t flat
tering testimonials, as to character and qunlifica
tions, from snch men as President RYLAXN of the
Richmond (Va.) College, and Professors DAnNEY,
CHRISTIAN and TURNBR of the same Institution.
Also, from the Rev JAMsA B. TAYI.OR, well known
to some of our people, and from Itev. S. G. MN Asos,
Dec. 22. 1858. 7t 50
Edgefield Female Institute!
T HE undersigned having purchased the Edge
field Female Institute premises, proposes ti
establish a permanent SchoJl that shall furnish
every facility to Young Ladles for acquring a lib
eral education; and he asks the hearty co-opera
tion of all who are friendly to such an en erprise.
He will be assisted by as many Teachers .s the
number of pupils may require.
The exercises of the School will commence on
Monday the 10th of January, 1859, and close the
10th of July following. After that time the
School will open in september and close the la.st
of June, thus bringing the vacation regularly in
July and August.
The rates of Tuition will be the same as hereto
fore, payable half at the optning, and half at the
close of the Session.
The following recommendation from the Prufes
sors of the University of Virginia is submitted.
" The Undersigned, having been informed that
Mr. JOHN R. GWAL.TNET, a Master of Arts of this
Institution, will take charge of the Female Irnsti
tate at Edgefield, 8. C., are pleased to have ani
opportunity to testify to their high appreiation
of his merits as a Scholar, and as a Christian gen
tleman. They believe that his attainments and
character qualify him for eminent u'efulness, as a
Teacher of the first class, and they recommend
his School accordingly.
A. T. BLEasoE, Prof. of Mathematics,
W. HI. McGUFFIY, Prof. of Moral Philosophy,
S. MAUPIN, Prof. of Chemistry,
B. L. GILDERtLLE~v, Pr..ef. of Greek.
-J. L. CARELL, Prof. of Physiology & Surg.
A. HowARD, Prof. of Medicine
J. S. DAvis, Prof. of Anat., Ther., & Bot.
J. P. Hotcouns,Prof of Const. &r Intern. I.aw,
Joux B. MINOR, Prof. of Comn.& Statue Law.
FRAaCIS H. SxavTu, Prof. of Nat. Philosophy.
GussxER IlABazis, Prof. of Latin."
IT The following also, from Rev. JonN A.
BROinHnS, formerly .Chaplain at, the University of
CHAnLorT5VILLH, VA., Dec. 11th, 1858.
Mr. Jons R. GwALTNET, H. A., is totll known
to me, having been for several years a studenlt at
time University of Virginia, and a member of the
Church of which I am pastor. is degree as
Master of Arts of the University, will prubab'y be
in the estimation of most persons, a sufficient evi
dence of good scholarship. H~e is a man of unu
easily reliable character, conscientious, laborious
and kind. I anticipate for him a large success in
the Female Institute at Edgefield, and affection
ately commend him to my few acquaintances in
South Carolina, as a brother every way deserving
their confidence and support.
JOHN A. BROADERS.
37 Any one, desiring further information will.
JOHN R. GWALTNEY, A. M.
Edgefield, S. C., Nov 17 tf 45
Liberty Hill Female Academy.
T HE Exercises of this School will begin on Mon
day the 3rd of January next, under the su
pervision of Miss LAURA M. GA GE, who comes
to us highly recommended as a teacher.
TEaxs raa SEasioN OF FIVE NioNTm.
Minor English Branches...............6,00
The above with Grammar and Geography... .8,00
Higher Branches of English............10,00
Use of Pisno.......................2,00
Good board can be obtained near the School on
gr~ For further particulars enquire of either of
WM. T. WEST, 1,
GEORGE J. SHIEPPARD,I ;
ABNER G. WHITE, 2
JAS. S. HARRISON,
R. M. FULLER.J
Liberty Hill, Dec. 22., 1858 t 50
B Y an order From W. F. Durisoc, Ordinary of
Edgefield District, I will sell at the late
residence of Lemuel J. Hamilton, decasaed, one
mile from I. Bole's Steam Mill, Eight likely ne
groes on Thursday the 80th of December inst.
JAS. M. H ARRISON, Adni'or.
Dec. 22 2t 50
B y an order from W. F. Durisoe Esq , Ordina
ry of Edgefield District, I will proceed to
sell on 6th day of January next, at the late resi
dence of Jesse Leopard, dec'd, all the personal
property of the said deceased, consisting of
SIX LIKELY NEGROES.
One Mare, three Mules, Cattle, Stock and Fat
Hogs, Corn, Fodder, Shucks, Oats, Cotton and
Cotton Seed, One Gin Head, one two Horse Wag
en, one Buggy and Harness, Plantation Tool.,
Household anid Kitchen Furniture. Also, one fine
Tzaxa--AlI sums of and under Ten dollars
cash--over that amount on a credit until the 25th
D)ecemzber 1859, with interest from date. Pur
chasers to give notes with two approved sureties.
Property not to be removed until the terms of
sale are complied with.
J. D. JOHNSON, Adm'or.
Dec. 15 8te 50
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
J. D. Johnson, A dm'or, and others. Priit
UJNDER an order from Chancellor Wardlaw, I
will sell on the premises, the following Real
Estate of Jes e Leopard, decessed, at the saine
time with the sale of his personalty, vir.: on the
6th day of January next:
A TRACT OF LAND, containing Two hunndred
acres, more or less, lying on Wilsons' Creek. in
this District, bounded by lands of J. H. Brooks,
James Richardson, John Day and Win. Head.
TERas :-One and two years credit, in equal
annual insitalmnents, with interest from day of sale,
except as to costs which must be paid in cash
Purchase money to be secured by Bond with am
ple sureties. A. 8IMK1iNS, C.E.B.D.
rm .15 ~ Ste 50
BY THE LAST STEAMER I
'Wi. H. CRANE,
3Eam Wuint eoeivodC
Petit's Sup KID GLOVES;
DEL AINES and DEBAG ES, at 12c;
Mantilla and Square Wool SHAWLS;
Ladies Merina YESTS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Black and Colored FRINGES;
Clark's White and Col'd Glazed THREAD;
Men's, Women's and Children's HOSE;
White and Red FLANNELS, very cheap;
New styles PRINTS-and DEfLAINES;
SATINETS, LINSEYS and BLANKETS;
Brown and Bleached SHIRTINGS, at 61c.
AND A GREAT VARIETY OF
Which will be sold as low as any other
Can afford them this side of New York.
A ugusta, Dec 22 3t 50
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
A'ugusXtaL, Ger gia,,6Z~
H AS received a supply of J. Crossley & Sons,
Rich Velvet CA RPETS, of new and splendid
styles, at reduced prices;
J. Crossley & Sons English Tapetry Brussels
CARPETS, at $1 per yard;
Lc.well Ingrain CARP -TS, at 75 cents per yard;
Superior Three Ply and Venetian CA RP KTS;
Printed FLOOR BAIZES, in patterns and by
CA RP ITS for Halls and Bed Rooms, at 25c.
37e. and 00 cents per yard.
Rich Colored DA MASKS, for Window Curtains;
R.ch Embroidered Lace and Muslin CURTAINS,
some at very low prices;
Laudscape and Gold Band WINDOW 11 A DES,
at low pric, s ;
Rich CORNICES and CURTAIN BANDS
Orders will be received for OIL CLOTUS, at
CARPETS CUT and MADE TO FIT Rooms or
The public are respectly recuiested to call and
examine the above aLssortnCnt.
Dec. 15, 1858 tf
MUSIC, GUITARS, VIOLINS,
BANJOS, FLUTES, ACCORDEONS, INSTRUC
TION BOOKS, GUITAR AND VIOLIN
STRINGS, &c, &c.,
Opposite the United States Hotel,
Also, Sole Agent for CnicKEnixo & Soxs, and
CELEBRATED PIANO FORTES.
His stock c.mprises every vat iety of Cl, 61, and
7 octave instruments, from $250 to $1,000. Every
Instrument is warranted sound and perfect.
Augusta, Dec 12 3m 49
T1.HE Undersigned being determined to close
up their business in Hamburg by the 1st of
January next, request all those indebted, either by
Note or Book A ccount, to conae forward and pay up
gr Th~e Remnaining Stock. c .nsisting of BAG
GING, ROPE, TWINE, BACON, SUG. CO0F
FEE, &c , &c., will be sold at very low prices for
Cash. SIBLEY & USHER.
Hamburg, Dec 13 8t 49
C. A. BOURQUIN( & B. WEHELE,
FROM LOCLE, (SWISS,)';
ID ESPECTFULLY informs the Planters and th'e
LLPublic in general that they have opened
A NEW STORE IN hlAMBURG, S. C.,
In Ge.,rge Robinson's old stand, whecre they have
and on hand W ATCi[ES, CLO 'KS, JEWVELR Y,
MI'SICAL BOXES of all descriptions. all of
wvhich is warranted to give good satisfaction for
12 months. P'rices mnoderate
gP~Especial attentiont given to the repairing of
Watches, Jewelry, &c.
H amnburg, D ec 18 urm 49)
A C A RD.
TpIlE Subscriber Is constantly receiving from
A.New York :and Charlest',n fresh supplies of
NeW and De8irable ('00od,
To keep his Stock complete.
1ke feels very thankful for the liberal p~atronage~
already received, and soticits a .ontinu:,tio~n of the
same, which he hopes to merit by diligent attention
to the interestsa arnd wants of his customers.
And, as prompt payment is the very lbfe of all
business, he trusts him friend' will not forget hits
wants, and come forward and help him by prompt
payments. E. PENN, Agt.
Dee 15 tf 49
NOTICE.--.All the heirs and guardians of
the Estate of Robert Mer'chant, dleceased,
are hereby notified to meet me at Edgefield C. 11.,
on the 5th day of January next, at 10 o'clock be
fore W. F. Durisoe, Ordinary of Edgefleld District.
to make a settlement on the said Estate. All per
sons having any demands against the Eatate are
requested to present them by that day, properly
attested, if nnt presented by that day they will be
null and void.
- BALEY MERCHANT, Adm'or.
Dec. 22 8t 50
W ANTED--A Competent MA L TEACH
ER to take charge of a School six miles
below the Pine House, for the year 1859. Address
subscribers at Graniteville, S. C.
LEWIS J. MlILES,
A. G. TURNER.
Dec. 1,1858 t* 47
C AUTION--.AIl persons are hereby ecau
tioned against trading for a certain NOT E
given to G. F. Parks, of Ga., for $124,010, payable
1st January 1859, as the consideration for whlch
said Note. was given has proven unsound, and I
ami determined to resist its payment.
Dec 8 3t* 48
XTOTI0E.-All persons are forewarned from
tading fur a Note given by the sub~seiibcr to
John Walker, for S'5, payable let Jan. 1860, and
dated 13th Dee 1858,-and alsmo for one other Note
given bmy Amon Lindsey to the Subscriber for $100i.
paable one day after, and traded by me to the
said .lobmu Walker. As the property for which the
said Note. were given ha. proved unsound their
pay meat will be resisted.
Dec15 3t 49
N OTICE--All persons, indebted to the Es
tate of .Tuhn A Coleman, dee'd., will make
pyment by the first February next ; and all pu r
sns havini; demands against the Estate will ren
der them in properly attested for payment.
LEWIS SAMPLE, Ador
J. B. FLOYD. Ador
Dec 8 2m* 48
NOTICE--AII persona having claims against
the Estate of James S. Coleman, dee'd., are
hereby notified to render them in by the 1st March
1S59-oth..rwise their note and accounts will posi
tively be debarred. And those indebted to said
Esate murt pay up the 10th February next, or
they will most assuredly be compelled to pay costs.
BE1NNET PECRRY, Admn'or.
June 9 9__ 'm* 2'2
NOTICE.-All persons indlebted to the Es
.Ltate of Samuel Beard. d. e'd , are requested'
to make payment, and those having demands
against the said E4t.te will render thenm in p'ro.em ly
attested, as soon as possibl.
J. D. .hOHINSON, Adm'ur.
Duo 15 tf 49
FI NE F LOU R--FR ES H .GROU ND.
J UST received and for sale. Price,-S3,50.
U FE. PENN, Agent.
Dee 15 tf 49
NUtTICE.-All persons indebted to the S
iitate of ii. M. Hlerlong, dec'd., are reguested
to male paytment by the first Monday in January
next. After that time their Notes and Accounts
will be le-It in the hands of my Attorney for col
etion. H. C. HIERLONG, A d'r.
T ilE Undrsigned begs leave to inform the
public that on the FIRST MONDAY IN
JANUARY NEXT, he will offer for sale to the
highest bidder, the above namea valuable HOTEL,
formerly known as the SP.NN HOTEL. lie is
induced to do this in consequence of domestic mis
fortunes. Finding himself incompetent, situated
as lie is, to carry on such a business profitably, he
is desirous of turning his attention to some other
This HOTEL has always had, and, as long as
well kept, will always continue to 1.ive a liberal
patronage. Its retired position and convenience
to the business part of the Village, render it alto
gether desirablo to visitors and the travelling pub
Attached to this HOTEL is one of the best
vegetable Gardens, near one acre in size. Also,
three large Stock Lots and Stabling for over one
bundred Hoises. And all necessary outbuildings
required on such premises.
Nhould any one.wishing a private residence in
Town, buy this House, they could at a very mode
rate expense, convert it into one of the finest and
most desirable private residene,-s that the Town
0TTerms liberal, and made known on day of
sale. F. M. NICHOLAS.
Dec 8 8t 48
AMBROTYPES FOR FIFTY CTS,
POST OFFICE CORNER, AUGUSTA, OEO.
WIVM. It. CIIALMERS, the well-known
and successful Ambrotypist, is still furnish
Ing pictures in the same
BEAUTIFUL AND LIFE-LIKE STYLE,
that was so much admired last season, for the
Low Price of 50 Cts. and upwards,
According to the size and style of case. The Gal
lety having a MAMMOTH SKY-LIGHT and
SIDE-LIGIT combined, together with Instru
inents of the latest and most approved kinds,
Pictures can t-e taken at all hours of the day, and
rs well in cloudy weather as in clear.
Having ,ecured the services of teveral 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 a:(- invited to call and examine the
large collection of Aibrotypes, Daguerreotypes,
M*lainoty pes, Photogiaphs, Paintings, &c., on ex
LgrEntrance to Gallery one door above the
N. B. Instructions given in the Art and Ap
Augusta, Dec 7 4t 48
IIARDWARE, TIN WARE,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
H AVING purchased from the Executor of the
estate of the late B. F. Chew, deceased, his
Hardware, Tin Ware,
AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
I intend carrying on the business at the SAME
OLD -TAND>, on Broad street, next door below
he Mechanics' Bank, and will sell the present
tek of Goods, at
NEW YORK COST,
And many articles A GOOD DEAL LE$S, hay
ng boughs themi upon terms that enables me to
10o so, and yct make a little profit.
I shall .soon begin to receive nmy
NEW STOCK OF GOODS,
Which will consist of every article in this line of
usiness, and shall be content to sell them at very
My Friends and the Public are respectfully in
ited to give me a call, and see if what I have
romised is nut really and absolutely so.
E. 3. BUCKMYASTER.
In connection with the store, I will contInue to
arry on the M\A NUF AC TUR ING, R E PA IR
ING and JOB WORK, ut the Shop in rear of
he Store. All work done with promptness and
A ugusta, Nov' 9 .,m 44
At Private Sale,
A TRACT O LAND conitainingc TWO
A UNDRED AND FORTY ACRES
ore or lsss, situated Ott the h-.dgefield .5 11am
bre Plank Road, two and a half miles from Edge
ield C. II. On the place is a new and comnmodi
ots dwelling and all necessary out builings int
xcellent repair. The place is healthy and well
Ei- For furiher particula's, apply to A. BUSH
ELL, who now resides on the place.
D~ec 15 tf 49
IY order of W. F. Durisoc, Ordinary, I shall
.1 proceed to sell at toy House, on the 28th
December, all the personal property of John
rouch, sr., dec'd., consisting of
SIX LIKELY NEGRIOES,
ne Mare and one Bugay, one Gold Watch and
ey, -.d other articles tnt necessary to nmention
All sums of and under $5, cash-all over that
mount on a credit of twelve months. Purcha
ers will be required to give Note a id two ap
roved sureties before the right of property is
hanged. SIMEON CROU~ll, Adm'or.
DecB 838 48
I 'WILL sell on the 5th .hmuary 1859, at my
residence, four miles West of- Meeting Street,
Ot the Long Cane Rend, all the personal property
beloning to the Estate of Mary White, dec'd., ean
sistinig of TW O N EGROES, to wit : Israel, about
i0 years old, well knownt as a good shingle drawer,
ad Datve about 12 years old, very likely, One
Bed, Bedstead andi Furniture, and other artic'es
ot necessary to be mentioned.
Terms, on a eredit until the 1st day of October
1859. P'urchaoscrs to give Note with approved. se
urities. P'roperty not delivered until terms of sale
JOHN ITA RLING, Ad'or.
Deh St 49
B Y an order from Win. F. Dur'roe, Ordinary, I
will proceed to sell at my residence 'on MON
DAY, the 3d January next, all the Personal Es
tte of Hkolden Posey, dee'd., consi-ting .of
TEN LIKELY NEGROES,
One Horse. one Mule and one Oxen.
Trermns made known on daoy nf sale.
SAM. POSEY, A da'r.
Dec1 3 49
At Private Sale,
IF not sold at Priva'e Sale before the first Mon
.day in January next, we will sell at Pubile auc
tion on that day, aot Newbe.rry C. Ii , the tract o~f
lad containing EIGHT .llUNI;R~l) ACRES,
more or less, bounded by lands of Tihos. A. Floyd,
Mihael Werts and Graves Spearnoan, heing the
tract of land lately purchased by a from S. T.
Trhe tract is one of thte best in Newberry Dis
trit, adapted to the culture of Cotton, Corn and
On the premises there is a good dwelling, first
rate negro cabins, Gin House, Screw anid all the
It will bo sold on the followving terms :-One
fourth cash ; the balance on one and twvo years
redit, wvith appruved security and mortgage of
propyEDWA RD H. FISHER,
JOllN A GN EW,
per (O. G. DEWALT, At'ty.
Dee 8, 4t 48
NO TI C E.--All persons having demants
iaaains the Estate of Benj. L. Murrell, dee'd,
are requested to present them, to the Administra
toe, properly attested, and all indebted. to said
Estate, are reqluestedi to make playmnent.
LUKE CULB3REATH' d'r
FEiRABA MURRELL, Adnos
Dec. 8, Ot 48
L E O S--Just received five Boxes Choice
LEONS. E. T. DAVIS, Agent.
May 19 tf 19
F INE TENNESSEE BACON-Sides,
Shoulders and Uams-for sale by
0. L. PENN, Agt.
.r.o2 tf 4n
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM
A Tery handsome and select assortment of the
Which we will sell a a VERY SMALL AD
VANCE on Manufacturers pricep.
W-The attention of the Ladies to it is respect
BLAND & BUTLER.
Edgefield, Dec 1 tf 47
B ECS leave to call the attention of his friends
and the public to his large and well assorted
Ztock of Fancy & Domestic
Ile havinsr disposed of' all his old Goods previous
to his going to the North, is now in iossession of an
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK,
Which comprises all that is
Fashionable and Desirable in Style!
le has added to his Store another Department
in whmlch le 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.
lie has a splendid lot of DELAILNES, worth
37 ct. which he sells for 25 cta
CLOAKS and Si1AWLS, very cheap;
All wool DELAINES; ROBES, &c., very cheap;
Fine SILKS, nltstyles, cheaper than ever;
Enbroidered COLL.ARS worth $1, for 50 ets.
AND ALL OTHER GOODS IN PRO
Augusta, Nov 1 tf 43
FRESH GOCERIES, &c.
THE Subscrib4r is now receiving 9m
a choice stock o( well selected
GROCERIES, LIQ9ORS, SEGARS, &c.,
Which will be sold at ioderato prices. The as
sortment is large, and c6nsists in part of
Stewart's C S G AR, an exa ellent article;
New Orleans, old prouiss, SUGAR,
Superior Cruislecd do.
do Powdered do.
Sugar House SYRUP
New Orleans do.
. Old Government Java COFFEE;
Superior Rio do.
Choice OLD BRANDY, good, hetter, best;
Gibson's XX W IllSKIY, a first rate article;
Also, all oilier LIQUORS, WINES, &.c.;
Excellent TOBACCO nd SEGARS;
Confectimaries and Pickles;
Fresh Sniamon and Far-lines;
MACK ER EL, No 1 a-l 2, in Kits, very tine ;
Good English I air-,C UlIE SE;
Superfine Ft.OU R;
Superior qualities of 20OAl','&c., &c., & c.
All of wh'cha has been boughat at reasonable prices
an.i will be sold at small profits.
Thakful for past patronage, the Subscriber
hopes by strict attention to mnerit a continuation of
thbe same. WV. E. LEGG.
D Iec8 tf 48
THlE LIVER IN VIGARATOR.
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.
lSagetsinle medkaisry, anmi is daiiy working
enrSaot too great to believe. It eureas nil hy mutig
ic, evenm the lirst diose giving bens'.ti, nal sedom mmmre than
.tne bottle is requmiredt tam cure anmy kindi mf Liver Cmplmjaint,.
frm time wort .iaunmdice mor Da ipenpsiato n' macmlommn ihenda
tamche, all of. which are lime result ofr a disenmsedl Liver.
Time Liver is mmne omf the principal regulators of lthe
inmimna bmody, andm wihen it 1.rfrms its funcmtionas weli
the poweirrs mf time sy teml tnre fnly de veilo td. Time
stmmmehm i taimo~st entirely d~ tjeenitent lm tihe hmealthmy
mmetionm mf time iv'er for mthe r pr.er perthrfmnce of its
mmnneti..n;s. Whemm mime a-tmm aneh is :mt mmdim, time buweis
are n. runil, and thme whmole system a um (icern in conic
iueceei mattne organ-:hme .jLiver-hiavinmg censedi to
imi its ditty. Fomr lime uiaens esa of thatm morganl, inae of tihe
irmprieors lhas mmade it ihis studye inm a practice oif
inore thn twently years, tmofalh somemremmedy whiere
w I t h tim comunteract lime ~ manmy deranmgements tou
wichi it I i lmile.
To'm prove thai tihis remT imdy is at last foundam, ay
pesna troubiaedi with, Liv e r Compailaint i mm nn y
f r frms, hnm but toj Iry a }= bmtte, andm conrietiont is
A~ comp'mi.undi h~a beena~~ fmrined by diimsolvinmg gmn&
mmmmd extramctinmg thamt paert whmich Is *lhtlei famr time ne-~
ive virmnes of time mmedmi eimne. Thmese gmi remmnve
all tmorbid oir bad amaztter r fr.m time systemn. supply-r
ng inm thmeir pinmee a hmemithy flowi ot bite, invig rnminmg
lie stmnehac, enusiing bAmd to dilgest well. jmurifyhtyg
hie blomo d, giing tmone tandm hmealth to time a holei. nehmcii
racri, retmmvinmg time enuses mof time disease, anmd effet
,nga rtadi.ni cure withoummt rT am n y of lime disagreebule
dmier elieels, felltbyin)mmmg Cammmel or ?Minterai PAj
sonm tat is tusuallty resmmr K.ted tom.
Onte dimsmn after enmting~ is sufiienctt to reiieve im e
tomntehm, iad pmrevent time fmood frmtt risinmg undi sour
Omly (mie dose taken before retirimng, prevents
Onlty onme dosec tal:enmm at night lomasensa time bowels
ety. tatme enres coastiVe' ndtess.
mOme ! we taken mfler eacht menti will en re Dyjpepsin.
gWOnem diose mof tvwa ten spoon:.fhl ilil lwmmys re
Onme hmm; ime takenm for fe nmnk.~ mmbstruction, remonves
hem enummse of the uiisenmse, atmd tmnmkean pmerfect eture.
Ontly otne mimloe hummmeimi atety re-iieves Chomile,. whmite
Onem mibme, mmfen repe:~:tedm, 1(in i a moure enre ifor Chmom
ernm .\lrbus, andi . pre I.,. vettivie ft Chmoiermn.
One domse, ltakenm ollen, awitl prevent them recurrencem
f iiliousa Attnmeks, whie '-.it relieves ait painfrut feel
SOtnly onme bomtte is neodelit lmrow mmut of time
system time en'eets aof umedi J cine aner a iomng sicknem.
Onme bumtlie takten for .inundtmice, re mov es alii
yciownmess o r umnnamturai e olor frm lthe unkin.
One miose inaken a shomrt time befobre entintg gives vigor to
tme appetilte tamkes foodm digest weit.
Onme mdow.., onen~m repeamemd, cmres Charonmie Diarrhwa n utifs
worit fomrms, whtile smummmmer mtndm bowel commlants yield ali
mmmsmt tin time tir.mt dosme.
Onem mor t win ioses cures attks enmusmd by wmm.w whiie for
wmrmhs in ciliren, thmere Ia nom surer, safer mmr speedier rmem
edy In the wmrlmd, mam it never fails.
Thiere is into exaggeation inm these statemmenitts: thmey atre
plintm *mber Ilaets, thmat we entn givem evidience tmm prove, wile
mmii wiho use it are givinag theitr unaimonms tesamony in its
Wmee lake iltmmte pleamsurem in recommmendaimniig thmis medmiine
n.1m a pmrevenmtiVe. for Fever mummi Agate. Chili kFever, nnd mmii
Feversf ma lilloms typo. It operates wih mertnamty.nnmmd
titsto isre wiling ton testify to ils womnderfutl v'irtutes'
Amnong lime imunmdremds of Liver Rtlemiles now olferedi to
tme pmuhnie, tihere are nono we ennam so highlty recmmmmmendl as
DR. SAN .tiFOR'S INViGORIATOIR, tin gemneraily known
now thmroumghut tile Unmiotn. Thmis prpamrationl is truiy a
Liver lnvigarnalmr, prmmlucinmg lime mos t happy results onm maii
wo uame It. Almosmt innumtmrhie certiietesm have bmeen gilv
en to the great virtue oft this nmedicmine by tihose of time hih
eol standming inm msmeety, atnd we kanow it tmm be time best iprelpn
ration mnmw beforeo time pietm.-Thuaeim C'ounty Jlsnwaerat.
PulICE, ONE DOLLAR PERt BOTTLE.
SANFOED & CO..
Proprieors,8345 Broadway, New York,
EM-For sale at Edgeld C. HI. by G. L. PENN, Agent.
June 10, 1558. ly 28
A LL persomns nre hereby forewarned from tra
ding fmor thrmee Notes, gmven 10 Wmr. 1l1ll, of
fHtmmburg, S. C, by W. W. W1'iller, M. A. Crewvs,
T. C. Crews, and Z. Sparks, endorseal by W. W.
Perrymnan amad Stamnly Crews, dated on the 9th mmf
October, 153. Sai.l Notems are for Nine Hundred
tan I Six Dullamrs, mand some cett eabh ; made paya
ble one twvo nmommtlh after date, mane four mionthas,
ad onie six moniths after date. Thme considieration
fr whtich time said Notes were given has faied, and
they will not be paid uanless compelledl by law.
W. W. WALLER,
ld. A. CR EWS,
T. C. CREWS,
Dec. 8, 8t 48
N OTICE--All persons indebted to time Estate
of David Ouzts, dec'd., are requested to pay
the same without delay, and those having denmnads
against the same will reader themt in, properly at
tested, for p-myment.
T.J3. OUZTS, Etos
L. MIOOKS. Exos
Oct. 6, tf 39.
N OTICE--All persons indebted to thme Es
tate of J. W, Rearden, dee'd., are requested
to make immediate patytment; and all personis hav
iag ainy demands agaist the samae will parsseat them
JAS CALLISON, Ad'or
- S. REARDEN.
Dee 8 .- i 48
F OR SA LE.--A Yoke of strong, wel-trained
1OXEN. Also, an.0x-Wagon. Terms reasona
ble. Apply at this ofmce.
nar8 St8 48
W. W. SALE,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
F'or Ta.m: Colleotori.
M. W. LYLES,
C. A. HORN,
T. J. WIlTAKER,
CHAS. M. MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
Uor Q1rd.ix-n ry.
D. L. TURNER.
W. F. DURISOE,
J. P. ABNEY,
S. B. R I IF F I N,
ATTORNEY AT W AND SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
Will attend promptly to all business entrusted
to his care. Office No. 2, Law Range.
Edgefleld C. II., Dcec , 1858. tf 48
J. L. ADDISON,
Will attend properly to all business entrusted to
or Oflice, oer B. C. Bryan's Sture.
Edgefield, S. C., Dec. 1 ly 47
M. C. BUTLER,
A TT 0 11 N E Y A T L A W,
Office in Law Range,
EDGEFIELn C. IT., S. C.
May 15 . tf 25
T HIE Undersigned having formed a partnership
in the PRACTICE of LAW and EQUITY
for Edgefield District, will give prompt and dili
gent attention to all bu.siness entrusted to Lheir
The residence of Mr. OWEN.; is at Barnwell C.
H-that of Mr. SEaBELS at Edgefield, S. C.
W. A. OWENS.
May 20 tf 20
E. II. YOUNGBLOOD,
.A.ttornoey at IXsawr,
WILL attend promptly to all business placed
in his hands.
I.iOflice at Edgefleld C. II., S. C.
May 11) t 19
r '1IE Subscriber having furnished himself with
.a license to use this N EW PROCESS of
INSERTUIG ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
1a now ready to serve all who may need1 su'h, with
an assurance or a more perfect nidaptation, and a
closer resemblance to the natural organs, than can
be renlize.d by any oilher method. Its perfect pe
rity, ceh.anliness, freedomi frrm, all taste, or galvanic
sensation, durability, comfort and security, are
arsong the advantag,-sclaimned for ihis SUPERIOR
mode of setting A rtificial Teeth.
June 24, tt 24
T II OS. 3. & C. NI. M OIS E,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE A MOISE,
No. 7, Haynec Street,
Jan 27 ly ____3
A. J. PEL L ETIER & Co.,
maomrW, 2. C.,
Paints, Oils, Perfumery, &c.,
iAT WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Famnbtrg, Oct 6, Sm ~ 89
IET. DAVIS, Agenut, has just rpe
.ihdhsStock with fiesh importations of
almost, EVER Y AltTlICLE in the Grocery busi
ness, which lie is se!ing at,
Vecry Low Prices!
IHis prcsent largre Etnek consists in part of
10 Bbls Stuat.'s C. SUG A R which will be sold
8 lbs. for $1, Cash, ~ -rIl at1i s per lb. by the bbl.
5 BlbIs. e npierir lrish POT AT OI ;
Tennessee11A.\Isanid L.\RDl, 15ects.pjr lb.;
Northe~rn P1 PP[NS and AIPPLES, fine;
1 Tierce RI 10 E, est quat'lity
Spileid il EEwME and M \CCARONI;
li jrmelh al'syb Scle'l F.RUITS;
Choi~e l'.USINS, (IT ReIN anti CURR ANTS;
doi FIUS and P'RUNE';
CANillES and iN I TS, a full and line variety ;
SA L0ON and LOU3ST IiRS, superior;
- A LSI
SPLENDID LIQUORS, WINES, CORDIALTS,
&c., &c., &c.
WCall at the "Exch~anue."
E. T. D.\VIS, Agt.
Nov 21 tr 46
State of South Carolina.
Temperance Ilntehier andI others, 1/i l, fo a
Jas. Morris, lisa w~ife Lucy, et al. f ids4c
B Y virtue of an order from Chianeellor Wardlai
in this ease, I will sell at Kdgelield C. 11., oui
sale day in .lanuary next, the follo.wing porti-on ol
he Real Estate of liartlet liarche.r, dceenused.
Two' hundre .i1 l six~ (MGif) aeres t., lhe laid oil
from the tract whereo~n the sid~ deetasedl reside~d am
the time of his death, and which will he l.ocated on
the extremie poirt;Onl of t he said tract, tiud becing thL
most remote from the diwelling
TEns-A credit of twelve months from day o1
sale with interest fronm said date, excepit costs to b<
paid in ca'lh.
Purchase money to be secured by bond wit11
adequate sureties. A. SIMKlL'S, ces a D.
Nov. 2 6t 410
, LL persons indebted to the Esta'te of Mrs,
Li Lucy Summierall, deceasedl, are requested te
pay the same forthwith ;and those having demandsi
against said Estate will please render them in pro.
perly attested, as soon as possible. I desire to settik
up the Estate without delay.
iB. M. TA LBERT, A dm'or.
de bonis non.
Nov. 3, 1858 12m 43
Boot and Shoe Notice,
rflIIE Snbscriber continues to have
3.made, on the shortest notice, and in
the best manner, th4 finest and most sub
stantial BOOTS and SIIOES.
All orders left at his Shop will be promptly at.
tended to. U. M. OR.\Y or myself will be found
at all times in the Village to attend to all orders.
No work to leave the shop without the knowledge
of thb $utbscrib~er or my A gent, C. M. GRAY.
E~Shuop opposite B. J. Rlyan's Livery Stable.
E. II. YOUNGBLOOD.
June 2 tf 21
L TAST NVOTICE.-A1 persons having de.
12 ands against the Estate of .Ioha Doby, de
esed, are hereby notified that they must present
them by or before the 10th of January next, as otr
that day we design making a funl settlement of tbu
Estate. Persons indebted to said lHstate are alst
esiest1y reqjuelted to settle up by or before thai
dae..J. A. DEVORE, Agt.
neo 51 48
ARE NOW ICEIVING THEIR
Fall Stock of Dry Goods,
Usually krpt in a
DRY GOO1 STORE R
- Which -they will
rEI0 a3Ls .A.S C =11EEA.P
As any other
The Character of their House is a sufficieni
guarantee that every Customer
will be Charged the
Augusta, sept 13 If
1858---FALL DRY GOODS--1858
H iVi E .jmt opened a very large and elegant
jST~.A.3PI.E3 an~c1 3 ..L3-rCT"
Which comprises everything in the trade, as well
as all that is new and e'cant in style, excellent ii
quality, and Low in Price.
They are determined to maintain their old and
well established reputation of
Fair Dealing and Moderate Prices,
And would invite all in search of GOOD GOODS,
at 1.0W FIG UREI$, to give them a call at their
ONE PRICE STORE
Bed Blfmilkets, Negro Blanlkets,
Negro Kerseys, Plsins, Linseys, &c.,
A nd a large stoek of all other Goods tor Fervants'
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 projects the buyer. Therefore,
If you wish Goods at low prices,
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
If you like fair and open dealing,
Go to DROOM & NORRELL'S.
If you dislike a dozen prices for the same article,
and prefer " one price."
Go to BROOM & NORREIL'S.
you don't like to be " baited" on one article,
and pay doubly on another,
Go to BROOM& NORRELL'A.
In fact, if you wish to buy cheap Goods, get good
value for your money, and trade where you will
like to deal, and be pleased tosend your friendhs
Go to BROOM & NORIRELL'JS
.Augusta, Nv' f 4
HEAVY OVER SA0ES,
GENT'S SBAWLS & BLANKETS
COAiT, PANTS AND VEST, TO MATCH
FINE DRESS AND FROCK COATS,
PA N TS A ND VE ST S,
Of every description.
FINE LINEN, COTTON AND MARSEILLEE
S HIR TS.
MERINO AND FLANNEL SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
Byron and Standing~ Collars, Suts
1.enuder'o, Socks, Glov'es, Ties,
Hadkech~iefS, &c., &c.,
ALL F'CR SALE LOW
Decc1 tf 47
H EN RY DA LY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS & SHOES,
Under the United Statcs Ihotel,
B EG 5 to infornm his friends and the public that
he is just openinu' onc of the LARGEST~
BEST and CIIEAPEST Stocks of
B00TS, SIIOES, TRUNKS,
That lhe has ever bro'ughlt to A ugusta, selected
crefully from the Mulanufact urers, peLrsollly, and
purb ed' entirely for CA S11, whbich enables hinr
to offer sup~erior inducements to those who may
favor him with a call.
5,000 Pair of SplendId Plantation BR OGANS
of rery superior qjuality, exceedingly cheap;
10 Casex of very superior Ihair Lined Watei
Proof DOTS, entirely ntew, and desirable for the
With a full asan'rtmnent of Lndies and Misse:
IELED and UNhIi3MKD GAITIERS, SLIP.
PEkS, B \SKINM, &c., &c., to all of which]
would respectfully invite the attention of the pub.
li. DNRY DALY,
NEXT DOORL TO GRAY A T'URLEY.
Augusta, Sept 29 tf 38
N OTICE--The undera~ignedl intending to bi
absent from the District for a short time, has
left, his papers in the hanids of Mr. F. L. $mith
Any person wishing to pay him money can do S<
by calling on Mr. Smith, and by so doing will con
er a great favour. I.E WIS JONES.
Ealgeleld, C. H., Dec. 1, 1858, 4t 47
'INAL NOTICE~.-All persons having anj
Ielsimns ag'ninst the Estate of Simeon Mathisq
decensd. are no irted that they uut render then
in by the I1st October next. andl those indebted miust
pay up by Rleturn-daiy, or the Admainistrator will bs
forced to plnec said indebtedne's in the hands of as
Attorney for collection. The Estate must be closed
by the 1st October.
SIMPSON MATIS, Adm'ur.
A ug. 4 If 30
OTZCE.-AllpersonIshaving claims sgainal
Nthe Kstate of William Logue, dec'd., arc
hereby requested to pr'esent thema properly' attest
ed ; and all persons itnd'hted to said Estate must
make immediate payment.
E. H. YOUNGBLOOD, Adm'r
Aug 18 tf 32
TOTICE---All persons indebted to the Estate
.L.1 of J. Ii. Ilarris, deeased, are requested t<
ay up) as soon as possible ; and those having de
mads against the Estat-, will render themi in b3
the lit January next, properly att, sted.
D. P. SELF, Adm'or.
Nov. 3, 1858 2m 43
FOR SALE OR RENT-The0OFFICE
Fin the rear of the Co.urt House It contamni
t o Rooms 20 feet square, and is well suited for a
Lawyer or Doctor. Apply to the Subscrib'er.
OKEO. A. ADDISON.
n.c St8 48
WE IfAVE RECEIVED OUR USUAL STOCK
Fall & Winter Goods
Emb ra c in g
NEARLY E V E It Y ARTICLE
* Usually kept for the trAdc.
r.V Det irizel ti ..ller them at .uch prices as
canit ig! to., -ive .itisfaction, we respectfully In
vite t I-e a:t-. tion "I those wio wantgood bargain#.
SL.ND & BUTLER.
Edgefeld, Oct L17 tf 42
T IE Subseibers r- spectfully announce that
their Stiock of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods -
Is now complete The DRESi GOODS embrace
nil the new and famionable stylia. The STAPLE
GOODS have been bought low and will be sold
.. B. SULLIVAN & CO.
Nov 10 tr 44
IN Store and ready for inspection a large- Stock
tf Georgia all wool PLAINS;
Lrwell Molls PLAINS;
Paid LINIKY8, in every variety;
OSNAIBURGB and Georgia STRIPES;
White and Clored Negro BLAKETS.
W Will I e told cieap.
J. B1 . SULLIVAN & CO.
Nov 10 ir 44
FALL AND WINTER TRADE,
E PENN, Agent, would respectfully an
2. nounce to his customers and the public
generally that he has received his Stock of
FALL & WEITER GOODS.
Ilis Stock is full :nd complete, and. has been
selected with .reat care, both in t-Lyles and prices,
and will rot fail to give ENTIRIC SATISFAC
Ile feels grateful'for the liberal pntronage al
ready received, and solicits a continuance of the
sinie the pre'ent season, and promises to do his
best to please all who may give him a call.'
Nov 1 tf 43
OAK LAND FOR SALE,
43 SH:ubcrih,-rs aie dexi-ous of selling their
I. VAIUABLE -TRACT OF LAND cot,
One Hundred and eiglity-six Acres,
Lying on Rocky Cecek. nine milesand a half North
of Edgefield U. M1., bounded by lands of .Join
Wright, Jacob Wright, 1H. B. Raborn and others.
Ou the premises is a comrortab'e dwelling house
and out buildings. The abundance of water is one
of its parinount advantages Also on the place
are two never failing Springs of excellent water.
The lcality is remarkably healthy. As to the
quality of the Ir.nd, none surpasses it. The lnd
under eltivation is well adapted to Corn, Cotton
and Grains of all kihd. About 93 no es of this
Tract is under fence, andt in a high state of culti
vatiomn, 40) of which is fresh. The remainder is well
timberedJ wood land.*
Persons wishing to make money and live satis
fled the rem.ainder of their das, will do well to call
on the gouberibers at ant early day.
Termis mn:,de easy an I ueoimmodatinig.
J. D. & M. 1B. JOHNSON.
Dee 15 3t* 49
Ridge Land for Sale.
T HE Subscriber desirous of changing hIs place
of residence, offers for sale his
VALABALE COTTON PLANTATION
Consisting of FIVE hUNDRED ACRiis, and
lying Immediately on the Columbia and Edgefield
On the premises are a fine one story House, wtith
basement, and all necessary out buildings,-all
new. Also, an excelh. nt well of waster, a very an
perior Orchard and Vineyard, consisting of a great
variety of fruits, a flne Gardeni, shrubbery, &c.
Plantation in fine repair,-every field having a
new well painted gate. Plantation advantageously
watered, &c., &c.
CLIN TON WARD.
Gi The weekly Columbia Banner will please
copy six weeks, and forward bill to this office.
1Nov. 24, 1858 tf 46
Land for Sale.
r UlE Subscriber, desiring to change his busi
.ness, offers for sale his TRACT OF LAND
containing Six Hundredud Acres. On the
place is a good D~wcllin~g House anid all necessary
buildings'. Also, a good Eaw M ill. A bout 140
acres of th's Tract are cleared-70 of which are
freshi lamid. This tract is situate abtout 2j miles
East of the Pine H ouse. I will take leasure in
showing the land to any one who may wish to
purchase. ABSALOM UORNE.
Sept 8 tf 35
rj'HE Firm of H. L. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
1. was dissolved on the 2nd iost., by mutual
consenit. All pe.-n having demands against us
will p~resent thtem for paynm, nt. All those indebt
ed to us are respectfully solicited to call andi settle
as early as po.sible, as further Indulgence will not
be gisen. H.'L. CU..4N[NG 11AM & CO.
Hamburg, Aug 4, 1858.
To the Public.
H AVING sold out otur entire interest in the
firm of H. L. Cunningham & Co. to our for
nmer p~artner Mr. HENRY SOL.OM0N, we take
pileasiure in recommending hinm to ottr old cnsto
miers and friends. We are thankful for the libcral
pateonage we have received, and solicit a continu
anee of the same for our successor.
G. C CUNNINGHIA~I.
Hamburg, S. C., Aug 4, '58. Ozm32
P URE MISSOURI WINES.-Spark
lingc CAT ABA, CABINElV, and other brands
of the Missouri Witne Company, can be bad at
S. . . BOW ERa, Agent, llamburg, who is the
sole Agent for that Company.
Hamburg, Sept 1 tf .34
T HI E following compose the Court Mtartal to try
I the Defaulters or the Edgefield Squadron for
the year 1858, and mill meet at Edgefield C. H.,
on the first Monday in January next.
Lient. Col. BATES, President.
Capts. TALDEaaT and WasT, and LIenta.- GARx,
S-ram and Surrn. Members.
Ea.tssnia S. Mine, Judge A dvocate.
By order of J. F'. BURRIS3.
Col. 2nd Reg't Ca.:lry.
Nov 10 8: 44
EXECUTORS' NOTICE.'AII persona
indeb~ted to the Estateof John Jones, dee'd.,
are earnestly requested to make arrangements to
pay up promptly that the provisions of the will
may be complied with ; and all persons having
demands against the Estate will please present
them to the Executors immediately, properly at
teste . A. J. IhAMMOND' x'
W. 0. HARRIS. Ls
Sept 8 tf 85
R AGS, RAGS !-THREE CENTS per Lb.
in Cash will be paid for all Clean Linen and
Cotton Rags, delivered at the Bath Paper Mills, at
Bath, S. C., or at any Depot on the S. C. Rail Road.
The attention of Store-keepers and Pedlara Is
GE~O. W. WINTER, Agent..
Augusta,Ga , NoV9 3m 44
M ONEY IS THlE WORD.-All per
sons indeb:ed to me either by Note or Ae
count wili please call and settie by sale day in Jama
nary next-before if possible. I cannot go on with
my business without money. My friends will at
tend to this call at once. -.M
De ' i 48
FNE A ECHESE-us receed.
No 3 .~: 9 ~w.s * E