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~ WM. H.G
WEOLs LE GROCER A$
No. ,71 Broad St
IM INS ARS, COFFEE, TONA
BAGGING, E, TWINE, NAILS a}
FISH, S4T, kc. including everything 'is
PA' ONA(-' RESPECTFULLY SO
IN STORE, AN
20W bar fair to choice RIO C0]
26 prime Old Governmen
%0 half and quarter chests GB
100. bbla. A to C Stuarts REFI
20: " " CRU%
12 boxes " LOAV
It hhds. prime to choice NEW
100 boxe-TOBACCO, various 'brands ; 7
1,000 k AILS, assorted ; 150 kegs AR
100 Da NEW MACKEREL; 40v
100 en aud English Dairy CH
100 4 -damantine and Sperm CANE
50 ?Pearl STARCH; 50 boxes Fai
BA ING, ROBE and TWINE, BACON and;
UTM - BLUESTONE. COPPERAS
TUM mud BUCKETS, Cedar TUBS i
WATER CANS, COCOA DIPPE
&c., Rifle and Blasting P0
All ofwhich are offered to the 1o
Ulor Wardlaw, I
..he following Real
Sscd, at the samns
.Ity, viz: onathes
-- '.ing Two hundred
Wilsons' Creek. in
a of 3. H. Brooks,
y and Win. Head.
ears credit, in equal1
-rest from day of sale,,
.ust be paid in casht
er from W. F. Durisoe Esq , Ordina
of Edgefleld District, I will proceed to
,.; on th day of January next, at the late resi
dence o Jesse Leopard, dec'd, all the personal
prp of the said deceased, consisting of
prp X LJKELY NEGROES.
. On.: Mare, three Mules, Cattle, 'Stock and Fat
. 1I10 Corn, Fodder, Shucks, Oats, Cotton and
Cotton Seed, One Gin Head, one two Horse Wag
an, one Buga~y and ilarness, Plantation Tools,
ilousehold anid Kitchen Furniture. Also, one fine
Tanis--All sums of and under Ten. dollars
jh--oveifthat amount on a credit unt~iI the 25th
o~cmnbr1859, with Interest from date. Pur
chasers to gire ntes with two approved sureties.
Property not to be removed until the terms of
. sale are complied with.
'J. D. JOHNiSON, Adm'or.
'' te -50
estary, at Public)
i'e, the Tract of~
any in the
Feet, Augusta, Ga.,
0NES, BROWN & CO.'S.]
0, SEGARS, CANDLES, SOAP, STARCE
ODEN WARE, BACON, LARD, FLOUi
found in a Wholesale Grocery House,
I IQV7 1!.
D TO ARRIVE
I JAVA COFFEE;
EEN and BLACK TEAS;
5,000 Spanish and German SEGARS;
IKES, assorted; 2,000 sacks NEW SALT;
hole, half and quarter boxes NEW RAISINS;
EESE; 5 kegs prime Goshen BUTTER;
nily and No. 1 SOAP.
LARD, PEPPER. SPICE, GINGER, SODA
INDIGO, MADDER, SNUFF, Painted
d BUCKETS, Brass and Iron Bound
IS, MEASURES, BROOMS, &c.,
WDER, SHOT and LEAD.
de on the most reasonable terms.
W!. H. GOODRICHI,
271 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia.
The Gr~rorer*d 2a3.Te
IS UNIVERSALLY PREFERRED
OR FAMILY SEWING !
1st. It is more simple and easier kept in order
an any other machine.
2nd. It makes a seam which will not rip or ravel,
every third stitch is cut.
3d. It sews from two ordinary spools, and thus
I trouble of winding thread is avoided, while the
me machine can be adapted at p!easure, by a
ere change of spool. to all varieties of work.
4th. The same machne runs silk. linen thread,
d common spool cotton, with equal facility.
5th. The seam is as ela'tic as the most elastic
abric, so that it is free from all liability to break
n washing, ironine, or otherwise.
6th. The Stitch made by thi-4 maehine Is more
utiful than any other made either by band or
A new supply of these celebrated machines, of
all the leading pattern, just received by
. A RANSOW,
Agent for the manufacturers.
COPY OF LETTER RECEIVED FROM RON JAS. 1.
W ASuIaTOx, Dec. 11, 1868.
Bra: In reply to your letter asking my opinion of
Grover & Baker's Sewing nmachines, I take pleasure
in sal ingt that they have inorethan answered my
Dx Itations, after trying and returning others.
I have three of them in op.eration on my ditIIer
ent laces and after four years trial have no fault
to ind. Yours, Respectfully, 9
To M. A. Rissox, Esq., llathburg, S. C.
COPY OF LETTER FROM IR JONATULN M. MILLER,
Bxsca Im.aQ ec. 13 hi, 1858.
M. A. R Assox :-Dear Sir to your
enquiry how 1 like the Grover ,~er's Sewina
machitne, I take . tertant that after using
ad satisfaction it,
o~t 0 -(, and haus never
tkL no diflicul'y in
~orthyit. 1 am fully
he age is more
lic thsan that of
- JONA1j ilblLER.
E an of one half abual price is
- uasters of the Go 4 who have
- ; nll Religions or Charitable So
e Machines are to be used for pur
H U~C . 29, 1658 tf 5__ 1
IIAMBURG, S. C.
H EI l Subscriber returns his thanks to his friends
.and patrons for the liberal piatronlase extend.
dlto him durinig the past two years, and hopes to
-c.ive a continuation of the same.
For the year 1859 am~lel preparations will be
nade to give the best atisfaction to those who
nay patronise th-: louse.
SERVANT.4, orderly and well trained, have
The T ABLE will receive the Proprietor's own
Ltention. and shall be supplied with the best the
narket of Augustas affords.
The STABLES will be in the charge of an at.
In short, kind friends, I am going to make every
'fibrt to please you.
0. C. CUNNINGH AM.
Hamburg, Dec 2! tf 50
--A N D
THE Subscriber respectfully informs the citi
Izens of Edgefield Village and vicinity that
me has just opened a
New Family Grocery & Confectionery,
West door to the Advertiser Office, where he is
>repared to furnish. .
In the Grocery and Confectionery business,
Desiring to secure a reasonable share of public
patronage, lhe will do his utmost to please his
strons. 11is Goods have been selected with care,
td cannot fail to give satisfaction, both in prices
Terms, Strictly Cash!
And by adhering closely to the CA Sh system I
an ofethr indeucenments to my customers that will
thorouably convince them of the advantages to be
serived from the cash system.
W"Call and look at my goods and prices.
W. II. IIARRISON, Agent.
Dec 22 tf 50
T IIE undersigrned is A gent in Charleston for the
sale of GU[ANO of dir~erent kinds, all of
which is received drect from the Inporters, and
NO. I PElRU:VIAN GUANO, direct from the~
Agent or 'he P'eauvian Government. Sold at $65
per ton. (2 210 Ibs )
SOMBRitERO, or MEXICAN GUANO, con
taiing0 6'0 per' cent of' bone phosmphate of Linme, in
bas, $30I per ton, (2.240 lb..)
WHlTi MEiXICAN GUANO, enntaining a
lar-e p r centage of amtmonia, at $45 per ton,
(2240 lbs )
FA RM ElR's PLASTER in barrels, at $10 per
ton, (2,110 lb.,.)
TilO.\AS J. KERR.
Charhaston, S. C., De.c. 28, 1858 6: 51
R UIY.--One Cask Superior Santa Croix RUM;
.One Cask " Old Jamaica R UM:;
Warranted ruro or no sale.
S. E. 1BOWERS~, Act.
Dec 22 tf 50
PLANTIN~G A.MD EAiNG P0.
25 BiPeach Blossom POTATOES;
2 2514bis. Purple Piuk Eye..
The above is of Curtis and Co's b- at, and w 11 be
sold low. 8. E. BOW ERS, Agt.
De 29 if 50
CONPECTIONERY AND NUTS.
'Every description, and alao a large colke
of FINE bEGARS at
CANDEE d& McEWENS.
Pir 'supplied at reduced prices.
St..s 8 51
T RE Exercises of this Academy will be re
sumed on the 1st Mondaty of January, 18.'9.
The year will be divided in.t two sess.ions of five
months each; the first commencing on the 1t
Monday of January, and closing on the last day -of
May; the second commencing on the ist of June,
and -closing on the 15th enoember. A vacation
'iWill intervene in the second mssion, l-um 15th .lu
ly, until lIt Monday of September.
Tuition per Session, as follows : Pr. Sea.
Orthography, Reading, Writing, Geogra
phy, at $10,00
Any one, or all or the above, together with
any one, or all of the following, viz:
Arithmetic, English Grammar, Ti..ty,
Astronomy, Use of Globes, Algebra,
First Lessons of History, 15,00
Anyone, or all of the above, with any one
or all of the following, viz: Geometry,
Natural and Moral Philosophy, Chem
istry, Rhetoric, Logic, Evidence of
Christianity, Science of Things Familiar,
Geology, Physiology, &c., 20,00
Latin, Greek, French, 10,00
Music on Piano, 20,'10
Use of Instrument, 2.50
Drawing and Painting, 10,00
Embroidery and Fancy Needle Work, 12,00
Fuel and other contingent expenses, 1,00
Payable at the expiration of each Session.
No pupil will be charged only from the date of
entrance until the end of the Session. No deduc
tion, however, under a week, at the first of the
pession. All persons should consider the advanta
ge of entering their children at the first of the ses
aton, and of keeping them in school punctually from
first to last. I have no hesitancy in saying, that,
irregular attendance at school, is the origin of
greater hindrances to a child's progress in learning
than any other cause. - How indifferent will a child
soon become to its books if indulged in irregular
study, and how despondent must it become, whn,
after a few days or weeks absence, it sees its clans
mates wading depths that it can not fathom ! Is it
not too likely to conclude that its intellect is weak,
and that it must not dare to aspire even to medi
Boarding can be obtained at reasonable prices.
W. 1100, Principal'
Mrs. S. ANDERSON, Assistant.
Dec. 28, 1858 51
TE exercises of this Institution willhe resumed
on the third Mond:ey, 17th January, 18.59.
This School offers more than usual advantages
the ensuing year, as the course of studies will be
Classical and the lligher Branches of English
only, and the number of students limited to Forty.
Terrns.-$15.50 per session of five months. At
the same rate fron time of- entrance to end of ses
sion. No extra charge
Monthly reports rent Parents and Guardians.
Good Board for any nutuber of students can be
obtained in respectable families at 8 per niotith.
0 0. GALPHIN, Principal.
Dec. 29, M 4. 6t 61
CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
A. R. BRUMBY, A. M -Latin and Mathematics.
J. WOOD 1)AVI JSON, A. NI.-Greek and English.
T. DEZ XNCON, Graduate Univ. Franee-Frenth.
' IlE ANNUAL 1 ER%1 is divide:1 into two ses
' ins of five scholastic nonths each, be2in
'resectively on the first Monday of October
and March-t~he second closing with an Examina
tion. Pupils received at any tinme. Stutdents pre
pared for the $outh Carolina Col:cee or other
Literary Institutions, and for the practical pursuits
yermsx-$'0.00 a session. French, $15.00 extra.
For further particulars, address either of the
R E FE REN eEs: C'oimnn, S. C.-Faculty S. C.
College, Revs. J Hf. Thornwiell, D. D., P.3J Shan4,
S. Townsend(, Capt. A. R. Taylor, C. P. Pelham,
Esq., atnd Patrons of the School generally;
Chaarleston-Gen. W. E. Martin, Col. I. W. Ihayne;
Wiannsboro--Hon. 3. A. Woodwatd, Niaj. J. It
Rion; Cheter-liempihill and Gaston, Esqra.;
Yrkille-S. W. Melton, l1sq ; C'harlotte,.N. C.
Wmn. Johnston._Esg , Sacann.'a, Ga -Bp. Elliot, .
c~.i~~.~P'or~r ; $Iantgomnery, ARa.-Eiore
and Culp', Esqrs: Mobile.-C..l. J. M. Withers; I
Petec Orleans, La.-Rev. B. M. Pahner, D. D.
Dec. 15, 1t168, 4049
HI AVING been tendered, by the' Taustecs of
the " Fulhler institutute," thme usee of their
commodious Building, A pplaratue, Furniture, &c.,'
my School. for the instruction of Girls and young
Ladies, will be resumed n the 17th of .lanuary
next, without the aid of Truste, s. All the Eng
lish branches, with Music, Frenach, Drawing,
Painting, Wax Work, Needle Work. &c., will be
Tnte scholastic year will be divided itito twvo
sessions. first commiencitng 7th of January atnd
closinig 3st m-f July ; second commaencing 5th
September and closing 10th of December. That
every facility may be offered for a thorough edit- .
ication, the services of my sister, Mirs. M4. A.
|BL AND, have been engaged, who will assist me
in the Muical and Ornamental departments.
Thankful for the liberal patrenage heretofore be- 1
stowed, I hope, by strict attention atnd unremit
ting industry, to riceive a continuance of the
same. ANNIE C. GOTT.
Greenwood, S. C., Dec. 8, 8m 48
Happy Valley Academy.
T HIS School which is t-ituated near the resi
.dence of J. F. BrS, nine miles North
west or Edgefield Village, will commenee on the
24th January next, under the chiargie of its fornmer
tevcher, Mirss JULIETT M. PICKiERING.
The Scholastic year will be divided into two
Sessions, the first of 24 wekadte eodo
Terms for the English branches, $20 per year
IFor French $12-Music, $40, and $4 for the use
of Piano. seholars will be charged from the time
of entrance till the close of the Sessiotn, except in
cases of sickness.
gWGoodf board can be procured near the Schoolt
at $7 per month.
Dec 13 5te 49
Long Branch Academy.
pTIlS Institution will re-open on the first Mon
Iday in January, and the Sension will close.
about the middle of June. Sieverah vacancies have
occurred by students goinig into business.
Early applications are solicited, and will be
promptly answered. Monthly Circuhars will e
issued, containling the number of Rtecitaitions and
their degree of perfectiotn, absence, deportment, &c
The strictest disciplline will be exercised, andc a
dissipated or immoral studeut canntot remain.
JAS. E. CROSSLAND, Prin.
Beach Tslantd, S. C , Dec 13 4t 49
ET. DAVJS, Agent, bas just replen
.shdhsStock with fresh Importations of
almost EVERY AltTICLE in the Grocery biusi
ness, which he is selling at
Very Low Prices!
His present large Stock consists in part of
10 Bbls Stuart's C. $UG AR which will be sold
8 lbs. for $1, Casha, er at11t ets pecr Il.. by the bbl.
5 BbIs. tiuperior Irish POTATO E' ;
.Tennesee 1lIANMS antd LA\R D, 15 eta. pr lb.;
Northern PIPPINS and APPLES, fine;
1 Tierce RICE, best qtuality ;
Splendid CilEESE and M.\CCARONI;
lermietically Sealed FRUITS;
Choice R AISINS, CITRON and CURR ANTS;
d!o FIGS and PRUNES;
CANDIES anid N U TS, a lull and line variety;
SALMO0N and LOBSTERS, superior;
SPLENDID LIQUORS, WINES, CORDIALS,
&c., &e, &c.
ggCall at the " Exchange."
. . T. DAVIS, Agt.
Dec 24 tf 40
JRUST receiv ed and for s.ale at rasonable priesa,
FJ~ine CeIi'ee SUGAR.:
Best quality Rtio COFFE E;.
Crudlcd Clarified and P'ulverised SUGA RS;
New Crop RAISINS;
Sort Shell A LMONDS;
-Vioe Dairy CilEESE;
Prime M ACA RONl;
Fresh CRACKERS, &c, &c.
E. PENN, Agent.
Dee 22 tf 50.
WE HAVE-JUST RECEIVED FRO'M
A very handsome and select assdrtment of the
Whith we will sell a a VERYISMALL AD
VANCE on Manufacturers prices.
WgThe attention of the Ladies to it is respect
BLAND & BUTLER.
Edgefield, Dce 1 tf 47
B EGS leave to call the attention of his friends
and the public to his large and well assorted
Ztock of Fancy & Domestic
He havine disposed of all his old Goods previous
to his going to the North, is now in possession ofan
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK,
Which comprises all that is.
Fashionable and Desirable in Style!
He has added to his Store another Depaitment
in which he keeps a large supply of
&c., &c., &c.
All of which will be sold at prices not to be beaten
by any House in Augusta.
He has a splendid lot of DELAINES, worth
7 c:s. which he sells for 25 cts
CI.OAKS and SilAWLS, very cheap;
All wood DELAINES, ROBES, &c.,very cheap;
Fine SILKS, all styles, cheaper than ever;
Embroidered COLL A S worth $1, for 50 ets.
AND ALL OTHER GOODS IN PRO
Augusta, Nov 1 tf 43
THE LIVER INVIGARATOR.
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.
[s a greattscientitle edlical discovery. and is dally working
cures, amost too great to believe. it Cures as if by mag
e,even the dtrt lose giving benefit, ad selum more than
ne bottle Is required to cure any kind of Liver Complatni,
irom the worst saundilee or D)speliain to a cummon head.
ache, all of which are the result of a diseised Liver.
The Liver is one of the prhielpal regulators of the
muman 1body, and when it performs its functions well
ho powers of the system are fully developed. The
tomach is almost entirely dependent on thie healthy
action of the Liver for the proper performance of lie
unctions. When the stom nah Is at fault, the bowels
are at fault, and tlue wholu systutn eta ffe r a in conse
tunce of eoni organ-the Lver-+1saving eensed to
l its elute. F.r oie iiiseti s otrr thit tritai, tte of the
roprlets.rm thas lade it ht stut-, Iit t iraeteu of
titore tan .tuneny years, to tlmad anent remodly where
W it tin to colternet the itany derangenants to
rhich It lInhs
To prove th:ut this re medy iatlal ta fttnd, any
erson troubledi with Liv er Comitajaanlut lit any
f its fnus, has but to try a (bottle, 1nd conviction 1.
mponlauntal htas been ~'formecdbyeditsolving gums
ve virtnet' of t he ieell eine. 'Ilhese ;tiums remonve
al inorbidl or knil mnnater fl' .:: itthe systemi, suppejly
tg ins theirice a heniithy "4. of bile, inavigeirnting
Ie stomnehci, causing" lootl - :, dligetat well, purit'yint
e bloil, givinig tine anid heItaltht tp tine a he mtnehl
ery, remseeviing tle enuse-a5 of thre <se, nuiel eficet
1a rntli'ni enre ilthout lilt y , llie siiis::grenble
al'er effects, f.-t byi usingr'aUntel or Slinaeral Pa
n that Is u~inilly releir letoi to.
Onte iusea tfr entting is sutfiieilent to relieve t h e
otneh~, auid prevenat the food fromt rising anid sour
ny otne dose taken before reliring, prevents
Onlty onte close tagent at -- night loosens thte bowels
etly, atal. eures costiv n'less.
On~e In Ihe i take r..'nr'teuch tntl e'll caure Dyspeptin..
tMP''One dlose ot ltu tena faat will always r
itnh' tite tee'e immnesi! ately re leves Ciholie, while
Oniel.e,o ae.en reenatel, % is nt tdre cure ihr Chisi
- ' errbus. :lel t plre - .. venitative of' l'holera.
QOeiclose, taskent onelti,, wilt lire'veint the recutrre'nce
f -tiiiotts Attneks, white i-~ t relleves all pinful feet.
-' Oly otne ittle is tn'eicel to throw ouit of thne
rstetin the efIeel. orf medii eine liner it iteng sickitess.
Onte boittle t:,ceni fear ~ .etnle,..rni ioares all
ellowes's o r unatutral coler fritmit lre'skin.
On 'e lease ta'kena a shoert t iefefore eintg gives vgrt
e upeitite,anoi ita~kes iseeal d3igest wel: io a
Otne closnis' tn replenteel, e'ures Chrontc Diarrhtien in Its
orst fors, ileia suinnter nd bowel comnullints yield al
st teo the'. tirst do. se.
Ottnear l't w l'ise cures attacks cenused by worms, while fair
'orms in chilelrei, there is nio surer, safer or specedler rent.
ly itt tlie wnrl.:ats It never failIs.
Trhere is tno exlngaerationt itt these slutementts; they are
Iiti. soeber tierts. tilitt we ean give evielencee to prove, whilie
Ii wiho use it are givitig thteir unaanmous testimnony In its
We take inflittie talensure it reeamnteming thiis medicine
a lreventive' tier Fever anal Agule, Chill Fever, anad all
eers oef a B. lta type. it otperates5 with certnuity, and
ousnttre willinug toe testif'y lto Its wvoanderful viritles.
Ainoet tIe hiiaereals of LIver Betemeeies5 now offered to
eu public, the're :are neoevwe eni so hithily recotnieunt ats
lit. iSAN}'ol: lSiNViGOlAtiolt, an geneeranlv knownvi
ow trtt the nion ti~. Thtis periearationt 1s tuly a
ier linvigarnttor. proelneing tine mtttl luatpy results eat tall
hio use IL. .\lmolest itamneiralale cetifhitets have been giv
i to thne great virte of thi- mte.l icine' by those of the haigh-.
t sltndinig it sneciety, amnd we kanow ii tat bae the beat parelaln
ton tnow aefoare the ,auhlie.-Hudsam. Ctye~ De-mocet.
PRi1CE, OiN ' DOLL.11: PElt DOTTLE.
SAtNFORD & CO.,
Proprietors, 345 Bronelwiny. New York.
EWFoar sale~ at Enigefielsi C. HI. by 0. L. PENN, Agent.
Junta 16,1558Ta. ly 28
SOTICE-.\ll Ptersons intdebted to thte Estate
.of David Otr.ts, dlee'd., are rcgnestetd to pay
It same witout delay, and thnse htaving demands
gainst the anmie will render thett ina properly at- I
sted, for p Iymentt.
T.J.0UZTS, , Ex
L. BROOKS. S os
_Oct. 0, tf' 9.
SOTICE--All persons inehtted to the EN
.tate of J. W3. Rte.arden, dee'd , at e requested -
make inmmarediatte paymsett; atnd all pesn htav
g any demtnds ageinat the sanme will present them
.1lAS CALLISON, Adra
S. RtEARI)EN. A'r
De if 48
O T I C E.--AlI pe~rsons htaving demnants
-againis the Estate o'f Benji. L.. Mturrell, dece'd,.
te re~lptested to prsn thtetm, tee the Admnalistra
r', paroperoly aiteatted, andi all indeb~lted toe snld
State, ate r. jnestedel t make ptament..
LUKE UUREATH!, Atdmi'o-s -
De. FERABA MUIIRELL, 4
Downer Orphan School,
H E pulie are hereby notilled! that there will
Ibe live v'acanacies for Orpanl Chiledren at the,
)wner Orpahan School on Bechcl Island. after the
t January next. For admission apply to) the
~omissiolters. The beneficiaries mxust be between
be ages of seve'-t anti thilrteen. 1
H. R. COOK,a
TH'IOS. J. DAVIES, e
THIOS. WV. WHIATLEY, b
De 29 4t____ 51 a
ODAUTION.--\ll personis a'e forewarned
agaitnst trading for a Note given by the Sub
crier to A. II. IDavenaport, sometinme in Septem
er 1858, for about two hundred and forty dollars,.
a heo will not pay the sameai, unless etnmptelied by
law, the consideratiotn fof wvhich it was giventaav
uag failed. J. M. TILLMAN.
Dec 27 2t 51 ,
L OST on.Christmas day, between Pottersville
and John Hlollinigswortha a small ME.\lMO
EAND UM BUOK, with two Pockets in it con
ainitg $100,00-eight $10 bills on the Batnk of
Iamburg, jutst issuetd, three $5 bills, and two $1
bills, atnd tree dollars int silver. There were also
lot of paapers of importance to myself in the
Anay persoins litading said Book and conitetls anid
eliverinag the satme to tte, shtali be liberally re
j UST received a suplaerior lot of Bluckwhecat
tPFlouar, Yeast Powders, aoshaen Better anad
delightful Sug'ar House Syrup. Call and get a
supply. W. II. IA RRISON, AoL .
.JJec29 tf - 51
N. C. .JEANS AND KEP*
A FR ESI lot of the above r
N W & ELEGANT SHAWLS.
Splendid Mantilla SHAWLS, new and elegant styles;
Fine Crape SIhAWLS;
1ich Chenile SITAWLS;
Fine Stella SHAWLS, Chenile Borders;
Large Bay State and Scotch Double SHAWLS, fully 25 to 40 per cent. cheaper than
the same class of Goods were six weeks ago. Just received, per Express. at
GRAY & TURLLEY'S.
Rich New Silks.
New and Elegant SILKS, inl
Robe A 2 J upes, Robe A'Valente,
Rube A'Quille, Robe A Le, Bayadere,
Plaid and Plain SILKS.
Just received and for sale very cheap at
GRAY & TURLEY'S.
Lupin's best BOMBAZINE, very cheap;
Fine French Black MERINO;
Fine all wool MUSLIN DELAINE;
Fine Black ALPACA;
Heavy Rich Black SILK, without Lustre;
Fine French and English Black CRAPE;
Black and White Crape COLLARS;
Fine Black and law Silk HOSE.
For sale, very cheap, at
GRAY & TURLEY'S.
-UOF EKEEIN 0 I
8.4, 9-4, and 10-4 Double DAMASK, very superior quality, fur Table.Cloths ;
Fine French TOWELS, with and without Fringe ;
Double Damask NAPKINS and DOYLIES;
Huckaback and Russia DIAPERS;
10.4, 114, and 12-4 SHEETING. of superior quality,
Fine Ribbon-bound BLANKETS;
Heavy large size Georgia made BED COMFORTERS;
Fine LONG-CLOTH, soft finish, manutaetured expressly to our own order;
Fine White FLANNELS, Fine Plain and Plaid Sack FLANNELS.
For sale low at
GRAY & TURLEY'S.
Ileavy large size BLANKETS, warranted to weigh eight pounds to the pair;
Fine Heavy Mackinaw BLANKETS;
Extra Heavy Cable Warp KERSETS;
Heavy Georgia PLAINS;
Ten bales very superior KERSEYS, at very low price;
Iheavy all wool DRAB CLOT Hea very superior article for Carriage Drivers ;
SATINETS and Kentucky J EARS; STRIPES and OSNABUlGS;
Marlboro' STRIPES and PLAIDS;
w Hleavy IRed 1FLANNE~LS, very low priced..
For sale, very cheap, at
GRA 7 & 10R~LETS.
Augusta, Nov. 24, 1858. 4mn 46
WM. QUATTLEBUM, - F
IM. BOULWAR E,
WW.SA LE,Fal&W neG od
WFor ClerIL..NAL RIL
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
LE WIS COLEMAN,Uualketorterd.
ROBiERT D. BRYAN, ~ Dkmndt fc hma uhircsa
JACKSON CO VAR,vieteatioo loewoanoobrgn.
F. M. NICHOL AS,
EDMUND PENN, JLN ULR
Id. W. LYLS, ~ ~ ~ 11 Uscualey ept fr lly tand ne. ta
C.A ON,. ir trmnek o fr te sc resa
JOHN C. LOVELESSal t o gie satifa ction wzh. e s Plin
-vitOel t h e en o g ose w want d iIbrgains.
D. L. TURNER.A3. BUTLERN C.
S. F.ARRISO, Edgfold 10 2 tf 44
. A. HO RFFIN rciclWtl.ae
JOgHNel C. LOVELS, 85. t 48ANWTOENHA UGSC,
. L. AURNE0R.nd'nhadWACIEC~CKJIWLY
DAID MAISTA,2mnh. rcsmdrte
Will attend ~roply to all business entrusted ~ ipcaat:ie gvntoherarng f
S his care. fieN . WacLaw, ewelrge.
Edefield, C. C., Dec.8 18 . ty 48 - -_________________
J. L. AB UT L SR 0N,
A.TTO''LC) ."DN'Eli AT J- A , ~~l E nlslni tae VR
gg" Ofi e ver B C. Bryn' St.lmrito VFYTT I) thiANfr
F H~~~~~~~~~iE Subscrhvn unsedhmefwt h VrOibes rectuly atnomne Chat*
no rad t sre llwh myned uc ~i~i~ inFal tl taken W inte D'cr, Good.
assuanc ofa mre erfct dapatin, a l h cngne nd fahlina lei sl ed frhe ofTcArg.
F. . B.'SUL LIVAN in Clso.
a ralze b ay thr ,etod Is eree Cp . Cas.n BOU QUI 2.WE EE
isog te dvata~s lamedforths SPEIOR nieSPETFLL iun orman thec' P latr akte
lode f seting rtitiial rcth.P ubitlti i s g enerary nha t n h a ll opeed
H. PARKER.n George Robvinsn's aoldstan, ther teyl rae
Jun 2, 2 drw h i in waror yatet ie food aision fo
12 mont3.. PrYD. moderaora
TIIOS 3. C. .ambOIitrgc 2men1 48
Edgfild U . iC.Dee. 1 ly 4.t o lnmsS Clnside'. r
M.C.A BUT LERC 8'- tmri hirnt nlaconswl oi
Jan27 icevy einb rLawndthsoRndbtdgoeai
EBGEFE-n C. li., _. C.
A ube i erns hainise climsl agint h o de ndas- rsleb
r nowlreadyLto servedalldwhoarey0need PEch, with
2 suac fam reperft tadapation, attst Noa4 f4
oser resmblance toth n tour a id astae cn
utrealizedOby any otreceivedod.vetBcperfeChoic
. OI.NGLPAKE'r. L EOS . .DVS
fen ayt, 9aanh ruwck t ayFr
1AVY 0VER SACS,
GENT :' LI AWLS & BLANKETS,
CO'.T, P \NTA AND VEST, TO MATCH.
FINE DR ESS AND FROCK COATS,
PANTS AND VESTS,.
Of every description.
FINE LINEN, COTTON AND MARSEILLES
MERINO AND FLANNEL SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
Byron and Standing Collars, Sus
penders', Socks, Gloves, Ties,
Handkerchiefs, &c., &c.,
ALL FOR SALE.LOW
Dec c tf 47
D EY SOGOS.
AUGUST A, GA.,
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR
Fall Stock of Dry Goods,
Usually kept in a
DRY GOODS STORE!
Which they will
j1s- . . C EA
As any other.
'he Character of their House is a suffoient
guarantee that every Customer
will be Charged the
Augusta, Sept 18 tf 88
fIS XATRIEWS, O site thMasonio
11411, Droad Street, A USTA, GA., 1a
returned from the North, and just receIved a
LARGIe STOCK of
Millinery of all Kinds,
DRESS CAPS, HEAB-DRESSES, HAIR PINS,
And a groat variety of other Goods, such as
FINE CLOAKS, FURS, WORSTED GOODS,
EMBROIDiERIES, SKIRTS. HOSIERY,
Alexander's Kid Gloves,
With many olhor Goods too numerous to mention.
A ugusta, Ga , Nov. 1 8m* 438
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC, &c,, &c.
'TIlE Subscriber after returning thanks to their
1. friends in EDGEPIELD and adjoining-.Dis
tinue to keep on hand at large assortmenit of.
fr.nn, the clebrated manufaictories of RAVEN BA
CON &. CO., HlAZELTON, BROS., d-dA. U.
GA Li & CO., New York, for whorn they are solo
AMents. These fnr-tru-rments having already won
*jch far famed celebrity, it is only necessary for us
o repeat that for tengih, durabiity and finish,
ogether with potwcr, depih, atoeerness and soft
ess of tonc, they chaillenge competition. Persons
wanting a superiOr
would do much better to call and select from a large
ssortment, than by dealing with Pedlars and Agents
f interior makers, where they have no choice, and
bnvcof~en to pay higher prices for inferior Jnstrn
ets, than fine ones of superior makers can be
ought for. Every PIANO FORTE sold by us is .
varranted in every respect, so the purchaser runs
o risk whatever. Persons ordering from a distance
rom us can depend upon getting a GOOD AR
TICL.E, as we make it a point to keep goods of the
est quality and such as we can recommend and
wnrr:nus in every respect.
Their stock of MUIISIC is very large and they .
re constantly receiving all new pieces as they are
ublished. GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGOS of
he best quality always on hand.
They would also call attention to their large
chool and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery
nd othe-r articles.-ALSO
Always on hand the largest assortment in the State
at G U ITA R S, VIOLINS, A COORDEONS,A
LUIES, FLAGEO LETS, VIOLIN BOWS, &e ,
and every article of Musical Merehandise.
Carhart's and Needham's and .Pie' detebraed..
ACCOR DEONS and ViOLiNS repaired in the
All (of the above articles sold at low prices for
7ash or City nteceptanees by
GEO. A. OATES &f BROTHE~R.
Brond Street, Agusta Ga., between U. S.. and
A pril 7 1858 tf 13
ADM1 VISTRIATORS' NOTICE.
Alil pe.rsons indebclted to the Estate of Jarvis
\sbill, dee'dl., will make payment, and all persons
aing demands against the Estate will render in
heir demands, properly attested, to the Under
FR ANCES ASBILL4, ~'
. . d. ASBILL. . A'r
Dec 22 _ __ 4t" 50
RA ,RAGE I.-.THREE CENTS per Lb.
in Cashnwil be paid for all Clean Linen and
otton Rags, delivered at the Bath Paper Mills, at
Bnth, 8. C., or at any Depot on the S.CU. Rail Road.
The attention of Store-keepers and Pedlars Is
GE~O. W. WINTER, Agent.
Augusta, Ga., Nov 9 m 44
~IONEY IS THE WORD.--All per
sons indebted to me either by Note or Ac
ount will please call and settle by sale day in Jan
ary next-before if possible. I cannot go en with
y business without money. My- friends will at
tend to this eall at once.
J. M. WITr'.
Dee7 tf 48
SLL persons indebted to the Estate of Mrs..
i Lucy Sanmmerall,-.deceased, are requested to
pay the same forthwith; and those having demands
against said Estate will please render them in pro
pery attested, as soon as possible. I desire to settle
up the Estate without delay.
B3. M. TA LBERT, A dm'or.
de bonis non,
1%?v. 3, 1858 12m 43
EXNECUTORS' IfTIC.-All persons'
.4indebted to the Estateof John Jones, dee'd.,
arc earnestly requested to make arrangementa to
pay up promptly that thme provisionsa of the will
may be complied with ; and all persons having
demands against the Estate will please present
them to tho Exectutors immediately, properl at.
tested. A. 3. HIAMMOND, Ex'ms
W. 0. HARRIS.5
Sept 8 tf 859
FRESH OYSTERS generally oa hand
E.,ud for sale by E. T. DAVISAt
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