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1858---FALL DRY GOODS--1858,
lIVE just opened a very large and elegant
Which comprises cverything in the trade, as well
as all that 's new alli e'ennt in .tyle. excellont ii
quality, and Low is P'ricC.
They are determined to maintaitn their uld and
well established reputation 4-f
Fair Dealing and Moderate Prices,
And would invitoall in search of GOOD GOODS,
at LOW FIGURES, to give them a call at their
ONE PRICE STORE
Bed Blankets, Negro Blankets,
Negro Kerseys, Plains, Linseys, &c.,
And a large stock of all other Goods for Servants'
wear, at the lowest possible prices.
And as our Rule of Business Is
AND NO DEVIATION,
No one will pay over market price, as the rule
forces the seuer to ask the lowest market pries,
and protects the buyer. Therefore,
If you wish Goods at low prices,
Go to BROOM NORRELL'S.
If you like fair and open de-aling,
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S
If you dislike a dozen prices for the same article,
and prefer " one price."
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
you don't like to 1.e " baited" on one article,
and pay doubly on another,
Go to BROO31& NORRELL'S.
In fact, if you wish to luy cheap Goods, get go- d
value for your money, and trade where you will
like to deal, and be pkeased tosend your friends,
Go to BROOM & NORREL LS
Augusta, Nov 9 tf 44
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
H AS received a supply of J Crossley & Sons,
Rich Velvet CARPETS, of new and splendid
styles, at reduced prices;
,1. Crossley & Sons English Tape~try Brussels
CARPETS, at $1 per yard ;
Lowell Ingrain CARP tTS, at 75 cents per yard;
Superior Three Ply and Venetian CARP kTA;
Printed FLOOR BAiZES, in patterns and by
-CA RPETS for Halls and Bed Rooms, at 25c.
87jc. and 60 cents per yard.
Rich Colored DA MASKS, for Window Curtains;
Rich Embroidered Lace and Muslin CURTAINS,
some at very low prices;
Landscape and Gohl Band WINDOW S1IA DES,
at low prices ;
Rich CORNICES and CURTAIXI BANDS
Orders will be received for OIL CLOTHS, at
CARPETS CUT and MADE TO FIT Rooms or
The public are respectly requested to call and
examine the above assortment.
Dee. 16, 1858 tf 8
MUSIC, GUITAES, VIOLINS,
BANJOS, FLUTES, ACCORDEONS, INSTRUC
TION BOOKS, GUITAR AND VIOLIN
-STRiNGS, &c., &c.,
Opposite the United' ftates Hotel,
Also, Sole Agent for CuiCKERInio & Soss, and
CELEBRATED PIANO FORTES.
His stock comprises ev'ery variety of CI, 61, and
7octave instruments, from $'250 to $l 100. Every
Instrument is warranted sound and pecrfect.
Augusta. Dec 12 Siax -10
AMR0TYPE8 FOR FIFTY CTS,
POST OFFICE CORNER, AUGUSTA, GEO.
W M. H. CHALMERS, the well-known
and successful Ambrotypist, is still furna'h
ing pictures in the same
EEAUTIFUL AND L'tFE-LKE STYLE,
that was so much admired last season, for the
Low Price of 59 Cts. anld upwares,
According to the size and style of case. The Gail
lery havingr a MAMMOTH SKY-LIGHT and
BIDE-LIGHlT 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 aecured the services of several 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
net to fade.
The Public are invited to call and examine the
large collection of Amnbrotypes, Daguerreotypes,
Melainotypes, Photographs, Paintings, &c., on ex
g1rEntrance to Gallery one door above the
N. B. Instructions given in the Art and Ap
Augusta, Dec 7 4t 48
HARDWARE, TIN WARE,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
H AVING purchased from the Executor of the
estat. of the late B. F. Chew, deceased, his
flardware, Tin Ware,
AND ROUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
I Intend carrying on the business at the SAME
OLD STANI.), on Broad street, next door below
the Mechanics' Bank, and will sell the present
stock of Goods, at
NEW YORK COST,
And many articles A GOOD DEAL LESS, hav
ing bought, them upon terms that enables me to
do so, and yet make a little profit.
I shall soon begin to receive my
NEW STOCK OF GOODS,
Which will consist of every article in this line of
business, and shall be content to sell them at very
My Friends and the Public are respectfully in
vited to give me a call, and ace if what I have
promised is not really and absolutely so.
E. .1. BUCILMTATER.
In eonnection wIth the store, I will continue to
carry on the MANUF ACTURING, R EPAIR
ING and JOB WORK, at the Shop in rear of
the Store. All work done with promptness and
Augusta, Nov 9 m 44
GIN MKOTES I
lA Ewill pay ONE CENT per pound in Cash,
TVfor the MOTES that fall under the Cotton
Gin, (and which have heretofore been considered
worthless) delivered at the Mill at Bath, S. C., or
at the Office in Augusta, or at any depot on the
5. C. Rail Road. They may be sent by wagon,
orlf packed the Bagging and Rope will be re
turned to the planter. Mark your name on each
bale. OEO. W. WINTER,
Agent Bath Paper Mills.
Augusta, Ga., Nov. 9 m 44
N OTICE.-All' persons indebted to the Es
tate of Ilohn Kirksey, dec'd., are hereby
timely warnect to make payment forthwith, and
those having claims against the Estate are notified
to render themnlis properly attested, at an early
daB. E-P. H. KIRKSEY, acting Ek'or.
- ec80 .oa 6f
WATCH, CLOCK & JEWELRY
E PIIIRAIIV TWEEDY, Augusta, Gen.,
near the Lower Market, has now a LARGE
and FINE Stock of
CL.CKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Of the latest styles and fashions.
CLOCKS of the best make and warranted to
keep time at prices ranging from $1,60 to $12 ,
W ATCIIES of the newest patteans, both Silver 1
and Golf1, of the best and most substantial kind,
and warr:ntedI to kcep aood time. t
JEWELRY of the r.west and rarest styles,- t
Lava, Can.co, Coral and all Gold Setts.
BR CEI.ETS FINGEi RINGS,CHIAINS, &c.,
of the richest variety.
ggClocks, Watches and Jewelry repaired and
warranted by the t-est Workmen.
Give E. TW REDY a trial.
Augusta, Oct. 6 3m 30
Fall and Winter Styles.
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS,
"hcr1omesa1e a_ m c. XtetaL
EO. W. FERRY, Augusta, Ga., is
J now prepared to greet his customers with
a new .and extensive assortment of
Conts. Fall style Moleskin and Cassimere HATS,
"" Froech and Amer. felt do
" " " Cloth, Silk Volvet, Plush and
Olazed Silk CAPA;
Youths and Boys HATS and CAPS, all kinds;
Chilireni's Fancy do do elegantstyles;
Velvet, Silk, Chineal, Straw and Lace 1IONNETS
Silk, Scotch Ging. and Paragon UMBRELLAS;
Men's and Boys Wool II ATA, every variety of
style and quality;
These Goods are direct from Manufacturers,
made expressly for this market, and will be sold
as low as same quality of Goods can be sold any
where. Call and see.
GEO. V. FERRY,
Under Masonic flal, Broad S!reei,
Augusta, Sept 28 tf 38
SPLENDID FALL & WINTER
RAMSEY & LABAW,
(Oppodito the Union Bank,)
R E*TUIN their thanks to their numerous
friend. and eustomers for their liberal patron
age, and beg to assure them that they are now
ONE OF TIlE LARGEST AND REST
iver offered in die City, at lricesc below last year.
We have in addition the LARGEST Stock of
In the South, all of our own make.
W. We invite our friends in Edgelield and the
neljoining Distriets, to give our St.ek an examina
tioln. We are always anxious to exhiait our Goods,
and are confident that the QUA LITY and PRICES
of our Cl.ithing must give satisfaction.
A nuusa, Sept. 22, If 37
POULLAIN, JENNINGS & C0,
GROCERS & COTTONV FACTORS,
Opposite Globe Hoel, A ugusta, Ga.,
[10ONTINU lC as heret' f..re, ina connection with
U their Grocery butsinmess, to attend Ito the sale
of COT roN anid other Produce.
They will be prepared in the Brick Fie-Proof
Warehouse, now in process of erectio.n in the rear
of thaeir Blore, at the intersection of .Iacksona and
Reyanold streets, to receive on btorage all consign
mients madle themn.
LjT' Liberal cash advances naada on Produce in
store whent requested.
TIIOMAS .1. JENNING-,
ISA IH PURSE.
Auagusta, A ug 16, 6m 32
FRESH DR UGS, MEDICINES, &C
'IlE Subscribsers take pleasure in infoarming
i t heir friends and platronls that they are NOW
R EI.E1VING a Large Addition to their al
ready extenisive Stock of. PURE and FRESil
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
We are prepared and will take pleasure in fur
iishiuna Physicians with a COMIPLETE OUTF[T
of Medici. es. Inmstruments, Shiop Furnsiture, Medli
cl ' addle Bugs, a c., &c., &c.
T O T HE L AD IE S,
We wilt also my to the La lies that our Stock
compjrires A LL articles% for the TOILET, fromo the
Dressing Combl and Brush to the richest Perfumne
ry. Finec Snaps, Pomnades, I lair Itestornatives, De
platory. Cosmieties, Lunl'' Genuine Extract.x, &c.
Als,. FL AVOlRING EXTRACTS for tLulina y pur
TO THE PLANTER
We say, your wants have bcen attended to in our
pre. etat, aclecti mn. Peand iin your orders. or comec
ini and Iet us p~u, you up a complete Planta.tion
Case of M*edicines, Instruimecnts, &c , with full di
rections for use, in all simjple cases, and thereby
save time, monecy and health. A simple cathartic
or thec timely admuinistration of an emetic, or an
anodyne, does and will oftena break the chain of
morbid actLion, thereby preventing .serious and pro
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY
We extend thec invitation to call oin us. W~e have
all of the most r.-psutable nostrumns recommended
to cure almost all of the ills anad aches to which
fisha is heir to. If you cannt fIndl anythaing
adapted to your ciase, we iil exert our skill ini
preparinig something for yopr relief.
Lj"Precriptionas filled wit, accuracy and dis
paich at all hours, day or night.
LVCall and examinie our Stock :at the Drug
Store under the Odd F~ollmes' & Masonic Hall.
A. G. & T. .J. TEA G UE.
Edgefield, April 28 tf 18
-1 A CARD,
T!ESubscriber is eomnstantly receiving from
.LNew York rand Charleston fresh supplies of
New and Desirable Goods,
To keep his Stock comtph-te.
II.e te,-ls very thiankful for thae liberal patron-me
already recei.a'.l. anmd so icitm: aintinuation of~ the
same, which hae hope., to merit by diligent attenation
to the inaterests and u ants of his customera.
Andl, as piromipt payment is the very life of all
business, lie trusts lhis friend< will not forget hisa
wants, and conme forward and help him by prompt
paymentims. E. PENN, Agt.
Dec 15 tf 49
T UIE Firm of COLEMAN & S~llTHI, was, by
miutual consent., d1iss( Ied on the 6th of
A uuat last. All persons indebted to us are re
spetfully solicited to settle as soona as possible, as
we wish to close the business of the firm. Either
of us, or J. C. Chiapmiana, are authorized to use the
name of the firma in liquidating.
COLKMA N & SMITH.
Mount .Enon, S. C., Nov. 23, 1858.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Having sold my entire Interest in the firm of
COLEMAN & Survr to Mr. IV. B. SMairH, my former
partner, being thankful for past favours, I take
pleasure in recommending lhim to our former ens
toerJ and friends. All persons indebted to mie (
will please c..me f.rwvard and pay, as I am comn
plled to have money.
Nov. 23, 1858 tf 47 E
NOTECE.--All persons having e'ams against
the Fatate of Mrs. Lucy T. Moore, dee'd., are
requested to present them properly attes'ted, for
paym ent ; :ard these indet.ted to sa d Estate will-d
please eome forward and aettie without delay.
J. II. 11UGIIEiS, Ez'or. "
Nov 24 tf 46 1
F INE DAIRY CIHEESE--.Just received ~
a fresh lot of DAIRY CHEESE, of superior. b
tlualiiy. . PENN, Ae
Nov 8 ~fd
WOOLLAY TOWN HATS! R
Messrs. WOOLLAY & SON,
NEAR GRANITEVILLE, S. C.,
R ESPECTFULLY announce to the citizens of
% out.h Carolina and Ie South at I.,rge, thn ",
iey ar e now prepared to furinish
H A T S
F EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY,
s well made, of as good maerial, and on as rea
Dnable terms as can be found any whvre in the
Col. -imkins, Editor of the Advertiser, a man of
Dste and good judgement, commend our Hats in
he following style: N1
" Messrs. WOOLLAY & Sox. residing between
,raniteville village and the Graniteville Depot,
iave established a hat-making business which
leserves honorable mention. They exhibit speci
nens of their work at our late District Fair,
vhich readily took a preiitmt. Their hats of
Lil kinds c..nnanded general admiration. Hny- in)
i procured one( for our own caput, wve can speak
idvisedly upon the ubilijet. .lessrs. Woi LAY'$
1ne dress hats are (if superior (jiility; and,
hough very taking al sight, they decidedly im
>rove on acquaintance. The one we now wear is Ai
capital hat, and we like it better and hetturevery iss
lay. General McGowax, of A bbeville, wore off'
>e from his last visit down this way, and we have
io doubt he is delighted with it. All who have P
,ried them, like them. An experienced !ealer in
the article examined ours the other day, and, not
knowing it was of Edgeflold manufacture-, frarkly =
rave the opini..n that it. was a tirt rate hat. A his
is the ennil ' eqression of one who trarles with
the best houses of New York. %lessrs. WooLAY
niot only mnke fitne hats. bul, coinnmon on.s,-not
anly men's hats but boy's hats,-plantation hats
iud business hats,-young A mn rica's hats and
Senators' hats. We wish theim much good luck
in their business. They ought to le encourage d
in their handsome and useful branch of mainufac
tures. Mles'rs. WOOLLAY, we had almost forg.t, to
say, took the premium at the Inast StAto Fair, and
we confidently predict, that they will do s) at the
approaching Columbia Fair. Why 1 Because their
work isgood, and no mbLake. Uri-der the circum
stances, should not Messrs. WOOLI.AY he encour
rged, espec'ally by the people of tfdgeflield among
whom they have cast their lot'l Sur.-ly they
should. Sund dowin then to I-em atiraniteville;
-send your measures and order your hats. Try
them, merchants. Try them, pl.,nters. Try them,
all of you. Their enterprize is a good one. Their
work is good. Their prices arefair. Their hats
are both file and comfortable. Try them once,
and we venture to say you will try them again."
W'" Persons desiring further information will
please address us at Graniteville, S C.
J. WOOLLAY & SON.
Nov. 24, 2858 tf 46
FOR TUE RAPID CURE OF
Colds, Coughs, and
j)Rltri=L, MAss., 20th Dec., 1855.J
Da. J. 0. Airc; T 4o put mesitate to say
the best renmedy I have ever toinld far
Coughs, Iloarseness, Inflnenza. ani the
concomitant symptomsor a Cold, isyour
OnzRR PsCToRAL. Its constant use In
tay practice and my family for the last
ten years has showu It to possess eupe.
rior virtues for the treatment of these
complaints. EBEN KNIGHT, 31. D.
A. B. MORTLEY, EsQ.,of UTICA, N. Y., writes: "I have A
used your ]etoral myself and in my finmily ever siice
you tnvented It, and believe it the beat nmedtctn' fur its
purpose ever put out. With a bad coid I shouhlt sooner
pay twenty-Ira dollars fur a bottle than do without It, ur
rake any other remedy."
Cirwip, opn Cough1, Influenza.
laasfrip 1s., Fe b. 7,1856.
Blaorasa As: I will eheerfoihy certIfy y-our Jbetor-a
hI the best remedy we possess for the cure of whooping
cough, ereup, and thne chest diseases of cildren. We of .
your fraternity Iu tihe Souith appreciate your skill, anid
commend yourt mediclue to our people.
1IIIA31 CONK LIN, bl. D.
AMIOS L.EE, Esq., Mosras, IA., writes, 3d1 Jan., 1858:
01 b ad ua tedious Iinenc~. wh~tinchninoed me in doar.g
six weeks; took manaiy medIcines withou~t relief; tinally
tried your )'tctoral by tihe advice of our clergyman. The
first loss relieved tine soreness In my throat andl lung. ;
less thnan one hnalf the bottle made me coompletely wail.
Your medicines are tihe cheapest as weli as thu best wn
can buy, and we esteem you, Doctor, and your remedies,
as the poor man's friend."
Asthmaa or Phthaisie, and Bronchitis.
WesT tS~ilsutTa, PA., Feb,. 4. 1858.
S8a: Your merry Ptctoral is performing muarveilona
Cures in this section. It has reiiavkd several fl-oim aiarm
tag symptoms of consumption, and la now curIng a manc
who has labored uander an affection of the lungrs for tho
lest forty years. IIENiY L. PARKS, Mlerchaent.
A. A. RAMSEY', M. D., ALsioN, Mloasox Co., IowA,
writes, Sept.6.,1855: " DurIng my practice or many years
I lhavs found nothinug equalc to your Cherry, I'3-edral for
giving eame sod relie-f to consumptive patients, or Curing
such as are curstie."
We might add volunmes of evidence, but the most con.
yinving pnroof of thne virtues of tits remedy is found in its
effeetl. upon trial.
Probably no one remedy has ever been known whmieh 10
cured so many andl such dangerous cases as thIs. Some
no human aid can reach; hut even to those the CIerry g,,
etoral afformls relief and comfort.
AuTos IIOCaS, New YoaK CITY, March 5,1858.
Docroa Arcn. LowaLi: I feel it a dhuty and a pleasure
to Inform yomu whlat your Cherry Ptccoral lias done for my Si
wife. She hmad beeni five mointhas labmorimng under the dlan
garous symuptomts of Consumption, fronm which no0 id we
col ie re incrimuch relef. She wasateadly fail- by
inu. unxtil Dr. - trong, or this city, where we have conmme for
ad'vice, recommendced a trial of your nmedicine. We bless
hts kindnuess, as we do your skifi; for she las recovered
from thnat dsy. Sihe Is not yet as strong as shne used to
be, but is free fronm her cough, and calls herself well
Yours with gratitude and reaard, Tl
ORLANDO SIE LIY, or Sur.LErriL~s.51
Cbsnuipirers, do not despair till you hmave tried Ava's
Caesar PxscroAr.. It is miade tby one of th~e best medical
chme-nists ini the world. andi im cures all around us bespeak
tine high mneriln of its virlues.--'%iRadelhia Aedger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
111lE sciences of Chnemistry and Medicine h~avo been
taxzed their utmost to produce this best, most perfect
purgatIve wichi is known to man. Innunmerable proofs A
are qiown that these PLS hate virtnes which surpass in
excelleince the ordinary medicines, ammd that they wina un- (
precedeintedly upon the esteem of all men. They aresaib
and pleasant to take, but powerful to cumre. Their pane- Sn
trating properties stimulate the vital activltiesof the body, Mn
remnove tine obstructions of its orgnns, purify the blood, Ci
and expel disease.- They purge out thetfbul hunmers which an
breed and grow distenmper, sthmoulate sluggish or disor.
dered organs lunto thneir natural action, and Iipart healthy
tone with strengh to the whnole system. Not only do in
they core tine every-day complaints of every body, hut
also foraidable aind dangerous diseases that have baffned n
the best of human skill. While thney produce powerfunl ar
effects, they are at thne same time, in dliinished doses, the
safest anid best physic that can be employed for children, an:
Beinng sugar-coated, thney are pleasanat to take; and being ful
purely vegetable, are free fromi any risk of harm. Cures
have been made whnichn surp'ass belief were they not sub. W
stanctiated by men of such exalted positIon and character
as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Blany enninent
piergymen and physicians have lent their nasues to certify
to the public the reliabihhy of my renmeiles, iln others
have sent me the assurance of their conviction that my~
Preparations contribute Immensely to the relIef of my
afilicted, suffering fellow-men.
The Agent below named Is pleased to furnish gratis ipy.
American Ainmanac,containlng directions for their use and j
pertilcates of their cures, of the following complaints: -
Costiveness, Bilious Complaints, Rtheunnatiam, Dropsy, tl
Heartburn, IHeadache arising flou a foul stomnach, Nun
sea, Inndigestion, SMorbid Inactiun of the Dowels and Paln wil
arising theirefroim, Flatulency, Loss of A ppstlt, all Ulcer- to
onsa and Citainecous Diseases which require an evaenant y
mnedicinne, Scr'fnula or Kinigs Evil They also, b'y purcify.
lng time blood and stimulating tine system, cure maby do
complinits which It would lnt be stupposed they couild ]
;wlnh, surli Rs Deafpses, Partial Jllijidnes, Npitrala mad
Nervous Irritability Dlenrepmpnlps f the Liver and WhI- -
neys, Gout, and othr kinde complaint arising from a
low state of the body or obstruction of Its funnctionis.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with some rj
other pill they make more prolt on. Ask for As'sj
Pius, and take nothing else. No other they can gIve da'
you compares with this In its Intrinsic value or curative
powers. Tine sick want the best aid there Is for them,
and they shtopld hate It.
Prepared by Dr, . TC, AYER,
Practical ani Analytical Chemist, Lewell, Maus,J
Faxes 2s Crs. Faa Dex. Fiva Doas yea $1. net
0. L. PENN and DRS. A. G1. & T. J. TEAGUE,
Edgefield C. HI.; A. J. PELLETIER & 00., H1am
,urg, atnd by all dealers in medicine. Wholesale by
IAVILAND, CHIIgHESTER & CO., Augusta, (ha
JTune 2 ly 21
SPE CT ACL ES. -
ALARGif assortment of all kinds of Spec
ttacles kept constantly on hand, antd I feel-L
onfdent, fronm twelve years experience, thmat I pay
an please all ages. Call at mm
EPIRAIM TWEEDY'S the
Clock, Watch and Jiewelry Store,
igln of the Watch and Spectacles, near the L~o-wer1
larket, Augusta, Ga. -
Oct 6 S__ m 39F
~,INA L NOTICE.-AI persons having any
el..ies against thet Estate of Sim~eoni Slathis, twe
eeensed. are no itied thit they mnttst render thnenm Lai
iby thme I at October next, and thtose inde-bted must
sy up, by Recturn-day, or tine A dnministratoer will be .
reed to pinc said indebte-dness in the hands mof an
itornsey for collection. The Estate must be closed
SIMPheOlet ATHIIS, Adm'o'r. J1
Au-- A if 2o t
EADY-MADE CLOTHINC & HATS,
[EN, BOYS AND CHILDREN. A
.A. P. BIGNON,
189, Broad Street, nearly opposite the Post Office Corner,
AM receiving weekly through the season, FASHIONABLE and WELL.MADE
CLOTHING, of my own manufacture, to which I respectfully call the attention of
customers, and persons visiting the City. I have also a GOOD ASSORTMENT of
Shirts and Furnishing Goods,
d respectfully invite an examination of my Stock and prices. Also, on hand a good
ortment of BLANKETS and WOOL HATS, suitable for servants.
Mr. JOHN LYON is engaged in the above Establishment, and will he
ased to see and wait on his friends and acquaintances.
A. B. BIGNON.
Augusta. Nov 1 2m 43
!ALL Afl WIET T~ADtL
J. A. VAN WINKLE,
AS NOW ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF BLACK AND COLORED
0LOTHS, CASSIMERES & VESTINCS,
WHICH ARE ALL OF TIlE BEST QUALITY, AND WILL BE
lade to Order, in the most Fashionable styles,
WARUANTED TO FIT!
FINE READYMADE CLOTHING
LL GOODS WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED, AND WILL BE SOLD AT
TH1E LOWEST PRICES!
J. A. VAN WINKLE,
Under U. S. Hotel.
Nov 1 3m 43
WKE HK TUTT, JAO'CRDL!
IIOLESA LE A ND RET AILFOAL
--DEALER IN-B W L DI E S S
reich, Englishi an d AmiericanHLERCOEAMRUIDYETRDARiA
l BILIJA OBS OICO IA L! ,
~ is , ~Admirably adapted to many Dliseases of Fe
AUGUTAGA.males, most especially Mlenstruation,
BLiU E S T 0 N E.T'1 OJAOSCRDLarto
3,000 Lbs. for sale very low, by I Tl.WRTCS 0DAXiEZA
W. II. TUTT, Drugist, &.T TItTlEWRT5110?DSTK.
I8.1. 1Tc?~~ CAIItnIA On MIEXICAN I!AIP.IIA.
180, Broad Street, Augusta. 4tt Tlr!1vE nEsvRs o.C
.5th. IT cI'It:s Un11a..InA Mfo:as.
INSEED OIL, WIIIT E LEA D, & c ! LLI.1). I'.I,4tA INoL1.
500 Gallons Englishi Linseed Oil; Sit.- Iv "a'-evrs PAIN IN " BCK ^AN I.
,00Ib. Pure W~hite Lad; l. IT '-.'YI.i: .avess Ann D~aaroxnar-cv.
Colours of all kinds. For sale at very low 1l~th, IT'-r 'L (rsex K M Yox AN!' uIThT:Icar. Frta.isus.
ures, by W. HT. TUTT, Jirugaist, . ::th.1-r's AS ADuAniLKTOxiC.
No. 10$, Broad Street, Augui'ta. A few short Extracts from Letters, Testimonials, &c.
" I have usedl Jaenb-s Corlial In my family, undt have foiund
?ERM, WH ALE AND L ARD OiL. Ito Il inst emeIienOt, an~d in Imy jimenft, ai vaInI~I~e renmdy.
A large Stock always on hand and for salec low, JInalge .r iue C 0:rt .ergt."
WV. II. TUJTT, I )ruggist, ''It g.es me pisnur-In lweingabI,'-tore~oinmIawgncob-5
No 108, Broad Street, A ugusta. Ic.mrIiniI: my hbwnl l~ersmal experiente, ItnlIlhe e*xiwrlence
of myI nlheihtwrs ai friendIs nrutrall I, is a sutienit gunr
antee fo'r ine to, believe it to be nil thait it patrjiirts tI,be, vlz:
CONCENTRATED LYE I. Asv~xo rx~
ebest article known for makinag Soap-chleaper Famrl3ugeo .upro IIr ,UND-ErOOD.
il better than P'otashI. For saie by I :nke great pleasure' ill reenrc at~f~ling this invaitIInt~he
W. iH. T (iT T, D)ruiigiet, nifle.lieineC I nil atirte'l witha be~wei ,iise.-e. hr wIicilm I be.
No 108, Droad Street. Ilieve. it to 1,e a sovereigni remledy-dechiledly suin rior toany
Augusta, Nov 1 tf 43 tulilg else ever tried by OIne. A .OUII
.. - -Deputy 0. M. of lihe Gran'!d L'- of Geo'rgi:.
FALL OF 1858. "T have nami.lnent,',s careiunl In mi family. nnd thIts, with
HENR J SBOR E Ialt I hear ahnInIt ita a remewdy by tIhose who havre triedl It,
HER .OBREIn'unes e-neo be'iev-e 'u '-niat thne II-t'oref ver rur
J 1nratiin of thet kita.1, naI I wouIlEI recommIwiei its use il the
286 Broad Street, Under U. S. HoteL l.nilasuarf.r whit-, iunonnnet.: a. DonBIrS,
1 OOkS, WVA Tel IES, J1 EW E LRY, Sil-.er I Cushiier of tine Thank of thne slate or c oorgIa, Griian."
.1 and Plated W A il E ; NP ECTAC L E, Glold, If ni-re I an cr~ibyi i ln Iesti'n'..tI :::cl"
vrand Steel ; OpiicaL, and Surv'eying I NST RU. |ordthe cueI ofUm lnwell ise From he lornr..lStriany
INTS: Mechanieal TO 'i S for ehikdren ; C i L E fo ina cu n'f clmige iearrom r.a lnei ust. he vli.ya
IA RMIS; Cnble Walking CAN ES, and a large II invItnne. as ai eurntlive agent, of-most if not all othier
i buautiful variety of G00l1u8, of most recent j'paitenl Imr rar amlhs FrInrAc n iIN ."
'Ics, on sale at lowcst pr'ees- " This etici ant remLnely is trave-lling it celebrity as fast a
A11I work rromni t'y and iflciently done, both in lienlnarte. 1Iusin,d Is columns into ItIuSsia. atwl gnIning
Watch and Je-welr y line, ats he eltof,,re. Busi- enInenI(IIlatio0 n erevertusedl "--G'eoryla,Jvfersonion,Mayv
personally attended to Goods will be weekly l~,LD EY DRU7GGISTS EVEttYWEEEE.
Afur share uf patronge, >roportionmae to an . .eirehanls ngll Ed\an e Phsiin supie ary
je Stock of every thling inl his line, ie reeec- 1ton, S. U.
y wok-te. UENRYa J OSBIORNER,j
utch, Optin and Jewe lsabishmnent, 230 CA RRIAGE REPOSITORY !
he City Btree, urte U. S ltl n iia
'ugustOe a, Ga. tf 39 CHII S T IE & H U RLUBE RT.
We wallt Money0 I oR 1 ulvn aCOC aleino
L LI. persons Indebted to us are earnestly soli-CargeRcaay, uges
kcited to call and settle up by sale day ntext,
we have heavy Baink Notes to meet, in a short,
it. Come, ye whom we hlave accommodaited Adalohritklsi hi ie hyhv
hm cheapn toods anmd reasomnable timie, walk upII'l rmgenttokethiIou upie
the " t.mCatin's Olice" ami ensh your accounts. wt ~eBc~TARILS rmteBS
will expect haep fromi )on oun Monday ntet- Vttasi ieUie tts hc hywl
't disappoint, US. W. R1. &, T S. liUDisUNsl O olCS, ' o odppr
)ec 1 tf 47 shrmie
lorfolk and New York Oysters. Jinwilbfmmisdtoodrnshtntce
'lIE above superior OY.AT ERS can bo had at A U~~~T
S. E. BOWERS', in Hamburg, fresh eveory' Arl2 f1
r, by Express, in lif anad Whole Gallons. --__________________
ov2 f0 TAE brbsOFfe o aea SOUheAOLdA stan
UST receivedfbyR. PI.NuAlienana loC of CE .cohaebtrlainf
SOD BICUI, Sgar Congrss nCaAbe- iages, ~ : R k a la, uges,
by 8 If ~ ~And allohainti in their line.i They have
TB I Rcgiar eetigs o thiLo de wnroraneent tm keep~ o thei Saute, onpe
tvil beheld Byordwrth the N.G wo HpE.s of aideraTIonLwit frule toead ET
HALL, lieratk~ in heirNh a btored nth minited States, s hcathyroll&
uly 27, .~6 Biteol lainiff'R CAlors fOtdrgod Thate <ad
up s s.oaas ossble an thseeviag e- Rim. AGESc andOS BUG BES , of evr deb
1st.Jmnuay xt prpery ltetrdiNtn w ll ens tinodebte o her toe
rev 3,iss 2n ~ mke ayentntan arl dtean CHISTaEng
in tme rar o theCout Hose I conainsB. . RBE'R. j t
yeT r Dotor.Aprlito2he Sbscr5er
E H L OUR ACES , &cUN. dead agisD h Es t il'l pleT, prsnta
UTST received byi E.r PENo., Arie, a0 othmfoE.h~h Chamberlattete..
K.ABSUISgr Coean Aer- . P.. KiIgn Y Attame.
eby tRAKRfs an4fbstqaiy John6C Thoas
Io ~ 3 i liti nteaoesae aehvn
HE undersigns begs leave to inform their cus
tomers and the public in general, that they
we moved to the well known stand formerly
Robinson's Hardware Store,
nd have on hand and still receiving, a WELL
ELECTED Stock of
TAPLE AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Clothing of every Description.
Also a full supply of
late, Capo, Shoes, Trunks, &c., &c.
rhich wiI be sold at the very lowest prices.
W All we ask is to give us a call, and judge
. IMON a KROUCE.
Hamburg, Oct. 12, 168. tf 40
H. & N. E, SOLOMON
Hamburg, S. C.
rlAKE pleasure in informing the planters and
. public generally, that they are reeriving the
,llowing articles from New York, Philadelphia and
IaIhimore, which they will SELL AT LOW
BAGGING, BALE ROPE,
Java, Lago ra and Rio COFFEES,
A. B. C. New Orleans and Crushed SUGARq,
New Orleans and West India MOLASSES,
SPICES of.all kinds,
For-ign and Domestic WINES and LIQUORS,
BOOTS, ShiOES and H ATS,
Negro, Red and Saddle BLANKETS,
OSNABURGS and Georgia PLAINS,
Lin.eed and Tanners OILS
WIliTK LEAD and TURPENTNE,
TOBACCO, a large assortment,
INDIGO, N1ADDER, &c.,
Choice Tennessee BACON,
Bar, Hoop, Nail Rod, Ilorse Shoe and Band
IRON, of all sizes.
And all other articles usually kept in the GRO
A large assortment of Men's, Boy's, Side and
BRIDLES and BITTS of all kinds,
Waggon, Carriage, Buggy and Overseer's Whips,
Harness and Sole LEAThER, &e., &e.,
All of which we will sell at
New York Retail Prices.
We will pay the most liberal prices for Cotton and
ather kinds of produce.
N. & N. E. SOLOMON,
The Red House at the old stand or II. L. Cun
ningham & Co.
11amburg, Sept. 29, 1858 tf 38
Ilaving just returned from the Northern Mar
kets, I can supply my customers with goods FREn
from the manufacturers. and will be able to please
the most fastidious. Thankful for the patronage I
received while in the firm or II. L. Cunningham &
Co., I take this opportunity of solioiting the same
for the New Firm.
W Abbeville Banner, Independent Pre-ss, and
L-urensville Herald, will copy semi-monthly, for
HIAMBUR(a, S. C.
r 'HIS NEW & SPLENDID HOUSE
Ir~ Liquors, Lusselhes and
Refreshmnents, is now kept by the
undersigned in a style heretofore unknown in th s
His WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS AND TO
BA CCO are of the most choice qualities.
The Dr-IsakIsag Saloon will be under the
superintendance of~ the w. ll-known and accom
plished MAX SAILLAT, and the eating depart
ment in charge of superioir Coo.km ani Waiters.
W LUNCHIES and [REFRES'IMENTS fur.
nished at all hours.
Ilam~burg, Nov 10 Cm 44
BY Virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Pacias to
mena directed, I will procecd to sell at Edge
field C. II , on the first Monday and Tuesday In
,January next, the following property in the fol
lowing canses, viz:
Mark Ethcredge vs Allen Franklin and others,
One Tract of Land co.ntaining Two Thousand
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Gen. Jas.
Jones, Mrs. Kisiah Swearingen und others.
R. S. Dunbar vs Jonathan Wever; L',d 11111
and other Plaint~trs severally vs The Same, Two
l'ra.-ts of Land-One Tract whereon the Defen
iant now reside.s, esintaining two hundr ed and sixty
teres, more or less, adj,.ininu lands of J. A. Bland,
Austin Barrenton and others. All.o. one other
'rrnet of Land cont;'ining four hundsredi acres,
intore sor less. and atdj.,ininag land.< of Jaumes Swear
nuen, Sr , Benj. Hettis and G. MeD Wever, lev.
"dso as the property of Jonathan Wever.
JAS. EIDSON, S E.D.
Dec 13 ___3t 49
BlY Virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Farias to
Ame directed, I will proceedl to sell at, Mdpc
leld Court I louse, on the firt .alondsay and Tues
lay itn December next, the following prosperty, in
be following case, viz:
W. W. Geiger vs Wm II. A dams. One Tract of
[.and containing Three hsundired and thirty a<-rts,
nlora or le.ss, situated three.. or four milsen tr..m
lIamburg, adjoining lands of lAmar and others,
cnown by the name o~f the Got!l' land, on which WV.
LI. Mlatluis has lived the past year.
The above land will be sold on a eredit of twelve
months with Interest fromt date. The purchaser to
;ive bond and approved sureties.
JAS. EIDSON, S. E. D.
Dec 13~, 3t d9
grAugusta papers please copy tri-weekly till
lay of sale andi forward account.
State of South Carolina,
L'. J. Ouzts and L. Brooks and1
wife Mary Ann, Applicants,
iharlotte Ounts and others
Deft ndants. J
B y an Order frotm the Ordinary of Edlgefield
District, I shall proceed to sell at, the late
-ecsidence of D~avid tOnzts, dec'd. on Friday the
list fDecetmber it..atant, for Partition, a part of
he Real Estate of i avid Ouzts, dee'd., consisting
if a TR iCT OR PARCEL OF LAND, lyitng and
i :n~ the I istrict and State aforesaid, on waters
if CuIre~etown Creek, contasiting twenty-five (25)
iere~s, mo're or less, andi bottnded by lands of the
Satate o~f Davidi Onzts, dec'd, T. F. Williams,
rohnsont Sale andI others.
T Enxs-On a credit until the 15th recember,
859 wvth itnteresd fr..nm day of Sale. Purchasers
a give H~ood with good personal securities, and a
,lortgage to the Ordinary to secure the purchase
aoney. Cost to be paidl itt cash, and to pay for
tIes extra. JAMES EIDSON, a a D.
Dec. 7, 158 4tc 49
[ANAWAY from the Subscriber's mother,
about the 1st April last, his likely Mulatto
oy RICH MOND, about 21 years old, and! about
feet 7 or 8 inches high. His color is -tolerable
right and his hair 1,retty straight, and wore
hen lhe left a moustache, lie is intelligent and
>lerably quick spoken. Hie has been-raised in
ae ho~use, and is a valuable dining-room servant
ad good ostle.r.
It Is supposedl he is lurking about sonme of the
eighboring cities,-either Hamburg, Augusta,
harleston or Columbia. The above reward will
a paid for his apprehension and delivery in any
il so that I may get hsitm. And atny information
mecerning him will be thankfully received.
T. N. LUNDY.
June28 tf 24
iTge Augusta Constitutioralist and Charles
n Mercury will plhease copy weekly for one
onth and forward bills to T. N. L., Edgefield C.
,.8S. C. __ _______
1OLDEIf SYRUPI.-I am ree-iving a
W few Barrels Saugar Ilouse GOLDEN SYRUP ,
superor article for famIly use.
Also, new Cheese, Goshen Butter, Pickled Beef
ad Pork, Smoked Beef, -Dried and Smoked
ngues, Canvassed Hams.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
nambrg Ot 25 tt 4
FALL TRADE, 18581
198 Broad Street,
AUGUST , GEORGIA,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
Truks,. Vlies, Ip
LEATHER AND IDIA RUBBER DELTI1NG,
Of all kinds,
I S now fully prepared for the Fall 'Trade,
with a large and well assorted Stiee of GOODS,
which he will sell atna low prices. as-they-en be
obtained at any Hlouse in the South.,
Thankful for the generous patronige extended
to him for the last Fifteen Years, he
respectfully calls the attention of
MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS
To an examination of his Goods* befoe purchasing
SADDLES, RALNESS, &c.,
Manufactured to order, of the BEST MATERI
A E, and by the BEST WORKMEN In the
Auguita, Sept 13 6m 36
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
IGHT.. & MACMURPHY,
C ONTINUE the above business, In all its bran.
ches, at the AMERICAN FOUNDRY, and
will be thankful for orders for
ALL KINDS IRON AND BRASS CA#WNGS,
For Gold Mines, Mills, Rail Roads, Bridgei and
Machinery of all Descriptlose
Augusta, Sept. 1 ly* '84
THOMAS J. FOGARTY,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
W OULD respectfully call the attention of Plan
ters, Merchants and Physicians to his fresh
and unadulterated stock of
Drugs, Medicines andl Chemicals,
AND ALL OTHER ARTICLESIN. H1S LINE.
I feel assured that no House in this City or else
where can offer a stock aeuperior in GENUINE
HESS. PURITY, or on more REASONABLE
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED !
All offieinal preparations put uip uder the mu
pervision of graduates of the Lonidon and Dublin
Colleges of Pharmacy, and In strict conformity
with the formularies. of the United States Phiar
macopeia.--My stock of,
FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY,8SOAPS,
ELir, Tooth, Paint and Wall rushes,
&c., &c., &c.,
is at all times complete. I would also call atten
tion to my stock of
Paints,0Oils, Glass, Putty, Varnishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BURNING RLUID, &C.,
which I promise to sell 10 per centt LOWER than
any House in this City.
Anty article sold by me, whtich does not give
satisfaction, the meon.-y will be returned and' ex
pence. paid in all cases.
Agent for Sherman's Patent Truss, and
the only depot for genuine Sweedish LEBC3HES
in the City.
Woliciting a visit before purchasing else
where, I feel confident that the inducements. of
fered both in lowness of price atnd punctuality in
attending to orders, will secure a portion of your
!WRemember my Store is under the Augusta
Hotel, A uausta, Ga.
Augusta, March 8 1y 12
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PLE AS.'
WATILLIAM E. LLOYD, whot is in the ens
Vtody of the Sherif of Edgefield D~istriot,
by virtue of writ. or C'apsas ad respondendk,
the said William B. Lluoyd having befiere his ar
rest under said writs first' executed ball bonds to
Lewis Jones, Sherif', in due foirm, with Samuel
Birooks as his bail, and aft.-rwardls having been sur
rendered to the Sheriff by his bail, ising out of
the Court of Common Plcas, for this 1)iutrict, at
the suits of Hienry Schoonmaker and'-William B.
Dorn, and others, having filed in my office, together
with a Schedule, on oath, or his estate and effects,
his petition to the Court of Common Pleas, pray
ing that he may be admitted tee the benefit of the
Acts or the General Assembly, made for the relief
of insolvent debtors, It Is ordered, that the said
Henry Schtoonmaker mud Willbum B. Dorn, ad
all the other creditors to whom the said Willam
-B. Lloyd Is in any'ws indebted, be, and they are
hereby aummone. and have notice to. appear be
fote the said Court, at Edgefi.:ld Court House, en
Tuesday the eighth day of March neit, to show
cause if any they can, why the prayer of the peti
ition afuresaid should not be granted.
THOS. G BACON, c.c.D .
Clerk's Office, 7th D~ec. 1858. Ste 'd9 *
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
GEORGE WEST, who is in the custody of the
Sheriff of Edgefield District, by virtueof a
Writ of Capias ad Salisfaciendura, at the suit of
George A. Stockmon, having filed in my office,
together with a Schedule on oath of his estate and
effects, his petition to the Court of Common Pless,
praying that he may be admitted to the benefit.
of the Acts of the General Assembly made for the
relief of insolvent debtors, It is Ordered, That
the said George A. Stockmson and all other credi
tors to whom the said George West is in anywise
indebted, be, and they are-hereby summoned, and
have notice to appear before the said Court at
Edgefield Court Hiouse, otn Tuesday the eighthbday
of March next, to show cause If any they can,
why the prayer of the petition aforesaid should
not be grated. T S.0. BACON, c.c.
Clerk's Office. Dec. 7. 1858. 18t. 49
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
E. R. McDaniel, et al,
,as . Bill for, Relier, &o.
Fred McDaniel, et al.)
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
Wilkinson Callham and his wife Caroline, Oliver
Mclaniel, William Cartledge and Anna Cartledge
Defendants in the above stated case, reside byn
and without the limits of this 8staf, On motiob
Gulrrsn, Sol'r., Ordered, that they do plead, de
mur or answer to the Complainants' Bi.d of Cuon
plaint within three months from the publication of
this order, or the said Bill will be taken pre csnfsa
so against them. A SIMKINS, c.E E D.
Nov. 23rd 1858. 3m 46
EXECUTOR'S NOTE CE.m-AIl persons
'indebted to the lstate of Win. Culolasier, de
essed, are requested to m-ike payment by the first
January next ; and these. haing..demanda4-to pre
sent them prsperly attested br that timie.. .
J. QUATTLElBUM, Ex'or.
Nov 100tf 44
1ILEG&R--Two hundred - allona Cht~e
U' APPLE ad -PICKLIN VINEGARfjug
received.- -G. L. PENN, Agena