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W]Oa ALE GROCER Ali
lNo.,*71 Broad I
ER INS-ARS, COFFEE, TOR
BAGGING, E, TWINE, NAILS a
FISH, SALT, & including everything a
PA ONA4I RESPECTFULLY SOL
- -IN STORE, A:
2W0bar fair to choice RIO C
2 prime Old Goveram
20 half and quarter chests G
100. bbls. A to C Stuart's REi
20: " " CRU
12 boxes " LOA
12 hads. prime to choice NE
100 box-ITOBACCO, various brands -
1,s00 NAILS, assorted; 150 kegs E
100NEW MACKEREL; 40
100 Sen and English Dairy C
100 -.Adamantine and Sperm CAN
5o A- earl STARCH; 50 boxes F
BA INGD ~M and TWINE, BACON an
UTMID BLUESTONE. COPPERA
TUN and BUCKETS, Cedar TUBS
WATER CANS, COCOA DIPP
&c., Rifle and Blasting P
All of which are offered to e I
ellor Wardlaw, I
Ahe following Real
-sed, at the same
nalty, viz: on the
'.ag Two hundred
Wilsons' Creek. in
da of J. H. Brooks,
y and Win. Head.
ears credit, in equal
-rest from day of male,,
niut be paid in casl4
A. SIMKINS, c.IE.D.
8te . 50
. r from W. F. Durisoe Esq., Ordina
of Edgefleld District, I will proceed to
,.;l on ath day of January next, at the late resi
dence Jesse Leopard, dec'd, all thme personal
prope of tho said deceased, consisting of
IX LUKELY NEGROES.
On- Mare, three Mules, Cattle, 'Stock and Fat
110. Ic-,Corn, Fodder, Shucks, Oats, Cotton and
Cotton Seed, One Gin Head, one two Horse Wag
.n, one Buga.y and harness, Plantation Tools,
ilousehold and Kitchen Furniture. Also, one fine
Tzaxs-AIl sums of and under Ten dollars
jh-ovey that amnount on a dredit util thc 25th
VecmMr-8f59, with interest from date. Pur
chasers to give no~tes with two approved sureties.
Property not to be removed untQl tihe terms of
.sal. are complied with.
'J. D. JOHNiSON, A dm'or.
3te - o
wary, at Public
le, the Tract ol
, in Abbt
any in th<
taket, Augusta, Ga.,
BONES, BROWN & CO.'S.]
A , SEGARS, CANDLES, SoAP, STARCI
ld OODEN WARE, BACON, LARD, FLOUI
in found in a Wholesale Grocel Houze,
D TO ARRIVE
iat JAVA COFFEE;
REEN and BLACK TEAS;
W ORLEANS SUGAR;
15,000 Spanish and German SEGARS;
IKES, assorted; 2,000 sacks NEW SALT;
4ole. half and quarter boxes NSW RAISINS;
HIEESE ; 5 kegs prime Goshen BUTTER;
amily and No. 1 SOAP.
9:ARD, PEPPER, SPICE, GINGER, SODA
% INDIGO, MADDER, SNUFF, Painted
id BUCKETS, Brass and Iron Bound
BS, MEASURES, BROOMS, &c.,
JWDER, SHOT and LEAD.
kade on the most reasonable terms.
TFU. LY SOLICITED.
- -WU. H. GOODRICH,
271 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia.
, REASONS WHY
The r r Car e- r & :i3 . ez
IS UNIVERSALLY PREFERRED
OR FAMILY SEWING!1!
1st. It is more simple and easier kept in ordei
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 thm
1 trouble of winding thread is avoided, while tht
me machine can be adapted at p!easure, by 4
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 mot elastic
abric, so that it is free from all liability to breal
washing, ironing, or otherwise.
6th. The Stitch made by thi4 machine is more
utiful than any other made either by hand oi
A new supply of these celebrated machines, of
I the leading pattern, just received by
M. A RANSOM,
Agent for the manufacturers.
COPY OF LETTER RECEIVED FROM RON JAS. R,
WAsnuIo'rox, Dec. 11, 1858.
SIa: In reply to your letter asking my opinion ol
rover & Baker's Sewing naichines, I take pleasure
in saying that they have morethan answered my
ex-ectations, after trying and returning others.
I have three of then in operation on my ditfete
ent places and after four years trial have no fault
to find. Yours, Respeetfully, i
To M. A. RAxsox, Esq., Hamburg, S. C.
COPY OF LETTER FROM MRJONMTIIAN M.MILLER
- .,lDec.I18h, 8.
S.A. R assox:-Dear Sir, . o Y.
enquiry how I like the Grove er's Sewing
machine, I take slaam~ tad that after using
itf ,-a satisfactioni 1t
athe use ,. ard 1ous never
been O"" invention of no ameuly mi
ty the ion of the p zs'eam fu
lic thana that of
- Very Resp -c 'urs.
g3gA Reduction of one half ' ~.ual price is
made to all Ministers of the Ga .,1 who h~ave
Families, a.nd to all Religious or C ,aritable So
c~. ties w la-c the Mat~hines are to be esed for pur.
I.--e of U harity.
Hamburg l'cc. 29, 1558 tf___ 51
A ME RI CA N H OT EL,
IIAMBURG, S. C.
r1 'H E Subscriber returns his thanks to his frie~nds
..and piatrons for the liberal patronage extend.
edi to him during the past two years, and hopes to
receive a continuation of the same.
For the year 1859 amnple preparations will be
made to give the best satisfactiun to those who
may patronise th-,~ house.
SERVANTS, orderly and well trained, have
The T ABLE will receive the Proprietor's own
attention, and shall be supplied with the best the
market of Augustat affords.
The STABLES will bo in the charge of an at.
In short, kind friends, I am going to make every
effort to please you.
De G2 . C. CUNNINGH AM.
Hamburg, Dc2 t 50
r 'HE Subscriber respectfully informs the citi.
Izens of Edgefield Village and vicinity that
he has just opened a
New Family Grocery & Confectionery,
Next door to the Advertiser Office, where he Is
prepared to furnish. .
In the Grocery and Confectionery business,
Desiring to secure a reasonable *share of public
patronage, he will do his utmost to please his
patrons. liis Goods have been selected with care,
and cannot fail to give satisfaction, both in prices
Terms, Strictly Cash !
And by adhering closely to the CA Sh system I
can offer inducements to my customers that will
thoroughly convince them of the advantages to be
derived fronm the cash system.
EWCall and look at my goods and prices.
W. H. HARRISON, Agent.
IDec 22 tf 50
T J1E undersigr.ed is A gent in Charleston forth.
sale of GUANO of different kind. all ol
which is received d:reet fronm the Inporters, and
.l0O. I l.RUViAN GUANO, direct from the
Agent of the P'eauvian Government. Sold at $6~
per ton. (2 210 Ibs )
SOMRRIKRO, or MEXICAN GUANO, corn
taning &0 per cent of bone phosj.hate of Lime, it
bags, Stil per ton, (2.240 lbs )
WHITEi MEiXICAN GUANO, enntaining
harge p. r centage of ammonia, at $45 per ton
FARM ER'S PLASTER in barrels, at $10 pet
ton (2000lb..) TilOMlAS J. KERRl.
Chark tston, S. C., D.ec. 28, 1558 61 51
pUY.--One Cask Superior Santa Croix RUMI
.One Cask " Old Jamaica R UM
Warrajited r*uro or no sale.
8. E. BOWERS, Aut.
Dec22 if 50
PLANTING A.ND EAkTiNG PO
2 5 "'h. Peaceh Blossomt POTATOES;
2514bis. Purple Pink Eye..
The above is of Curtis and Co's b- st, and w~ll I
sold low. S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
e c22 if 50
CONPECTIONERY AND NUTS.
Every description, and also a large colla
of FINE~ rEGARS at
I CANDEE & McEWENS.
rPar -supplied at reduced prices.
Decl? 29 - t8 51
T f1E Exercises of this Academy will be re
sumed on the 1st MondL:y of January, 18.S9.
The year will be divided into two sessions (if five
months each; the first commencing on the lbt
Monday of January, and elo.sing on the last d:y .f
May ; the second commencing on the 1st of June,
and closing on the 15th lceember. A vacation
ill intervene in the second abssion, from 15th .lu
ly, until let Monday of September.
Tuition per Session, as follows: Pr. Se.
Orthography, Reading, Writing, Geogra
phy, at $10,00
Any one, or all of the above, together with
any one, or all of the following. viz:
Arithmetic, English Grammar, T:..tiy,
Astronomy, Use of Globes, Algebra,
First Lessons of History, 15,00
Any one, 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, 20,00
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
ges of entering their children at the first of the sea
don, 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, wht-n,
after a few days or weeks absence, it sees its class
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. 11001), Principal;
Mrs. S. ANDERSON, Assistant.
Dec. 28, IB58 2t 51
T IE exercises of this Institution will be resumed
on the third Mond:y, 17th January, 1859.
This School offers itore than usual advantages
the ensuing year, as the course of studies will be
Classical and the Iligher Branches of English
only, and the number of students limited to Forty.
Terns.-$15.60 per session of five months. At
the sanie rate from time of entrance to end of ses
sion. No extra charge
Monthly reports rent Parents and Guardians.
Good Board for any number of students can be
obtained in respectable families at $8 per muonth.
GtiO. GALPHIN, Principal.
Dec. 20,1$5z. 6t 61
CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
A. R. BRUMBY, A. M -Latin and Mathematics.
J. WOOD IAVIDSON, A. M.-Greek and English.
T. DEZX.CON, Graduate Univ. France-Frenel.
' 111E A NNUAL ' ERVI is divide:1 into two sos
' ns of five scholastic months each, beain
Sespectively on the first Mlonday of October
an.d March-the second closing with an Examina
tioni. Ptupils received at any time. Students pre
pa'ed for the $outh Carolina Colege or other
Literary Instittutions, and for the practical pursutits
yermns-$'.00 a session. French, $15.00 extra.
For fttrther piarticulars, address either of the
R EFER EcNC:.: -Columbia, S. C.-Faculty S. C.
lIege, Recvs. J H. Thornawell, D. D., P. J. Shandt,
Towtnsend, Capt. A. Rt. Taylor, C. P. Pelhami,,
.and Patrons of the Seboold generally;
Cho r!estOn-Genl.W.E. Martitn,Col. J.W. Ilayne;'
Winnsboro--Hon. J. A. Woodward, Maj. .11 i
Rilon; Chkeser-liemphill and Gaston, Esqrs.;
Yorkiie--S. W. Melton, l'sq ;Charlotte, N. C.
Win. Johnston. Esq , Sacannma, Ga -Byp. Elliot,
Rev. u. WrPirter; Monigomnery, jrtla.--a'mre
and Culp, Es.grs: Mobile.-C.'l. J. M. Withers;
Pete Orleanr, La.-Rtev. B. M. Palmer, D. D.
Dec. 15, 1868, 4t 49
H AVING h~een tendered, by thte Teustees of
the "E Fttller institutute." the usee of their
commitaodious Building. A pparatue, Furniture, &c.;
my School, for the instruction of Girls and youn0
Ladies, will be resumed na the 17th of .lanuary
tacxt, without the aid of Truste' s. All the Enag
lish branches, with Music, Fretnch, Drawing,a
Paintinag, Wax Work, Needle Work. &c., will be
Tne scholastic yeanr will be divided itnto two
sessions. first comamenacing 7th of Janua~ry andp
closing 81st of .July ; secotnd comatnencingu 5th
Septetmber and closinag 10th of December. Thaat
every facility may be offered for a thorough edu
cation, thte services of mty sister, Mrs. M. A. F
BL AND, have been engaged, who will assist mec
itn the Mttsical and Ornamental dlepartments. t
Thankful for the liberal patronage hecretofore be-L
stowed, I haope, by strict attention and unremit- g
ting industry, to riceive a continuance of the
satne. A NIE C. GOTT. e
Greenwood, S. C., bec. 8, 3mn 48
Happy Valley Academy,
T HIS School which is situated near the resi
J.deuce of 3. F. Buatxs, nine miles North-.
wvest of Edgelield Village, will commence on the
24th January next, under te charge of its formerj
teacher, Miss JULIETT M. PICK ERING.
The Schoulastic year will be divided into twoa
Sessions, the first of 24 wek, n teseod ft
10 weeks. 's n h eodo
Terms for the English branches, $20 per year
For French $12-Music, $40, and $4 for the use
of Piano. scholars will be charged from the time.
of entrance till the close of the Session, except in
eases of sickness.
"'Good board can be parocured near the Schaoolt
at $7 per month. i
Dec 13 5t* 49____ I
Long Branch Academy.
TPIlIS Institution will re-open on thte first Mon
Iday in January, and theo Sensioun will close .
about thle middle of June. Several vacancies have
occurred by sttudenits goinag into business.
Early applicationas are solicited, and will be
promnptly answered. Monthly Circulars will I e
issued, containing the annber of tecitationus and
their degree of perfection, abseuce, deptortmnent, &c
The striktest discipline will be exercised, atnd a
dissipated cor immuaoral student catmnot remain.
JAS. E. (.ROSBL AND, Prin.
Beach Tsland, . C , Dec 13 4t, 49
ET. DAVIS, Agent, htas just replen
eihdhis Stock with fresh itmportations of (
almost EVERY AltTICLE in the Grocery busi-t
ness. which he is selling at
Very Low Prices !
His present large Stock consists in part of
10 Bbla atuart.'s C. SUG A R which will be sold
8 lbs. for $1, Cash, -r at 11* ets per~ lh.by the bbl.
5 Bhais. ulperior Irish POT ATO EP;
Tennaeuase1A MS ad L.\RD, 15 ets. pr lb.;
No.rth, rn PIPPINS and A PPLES, file;,
1 Tierce RICE, best quality;
Spalendcid CJ1EESE and M.\CCARONI;
Hlermtetically Scaled] FRUITS;
-Choice RAISIN8, CITRON and CURR ANTS;
do FiGS atad PRUNES;
CAN DiES and N L1T.-, a lull and line variety;
SAIal0N anad LOBST HRS, superior ;
SPLENDID LIQUORS, WINES, CORDIALS,
&c., &c, &c.
g-Call at the " Exchange."
- . T. DAVIS, Agt.
Dec 24 tf 46
J U'ST1. rcivedl and fcor sale at reasonable prices,
F P inte C,&tle SUGA RI :
Best quality liio COFFE E;.
Cru-l.ed Clarified and Pulverise.d SUGA RS;
New Criap RAISINS;
Soft She-ll A LMONIk;;
Vine D)airy CIII(ESE;
Prime M ACA RONI;
Fresh CRACKERS, &e, &c.
E. PENN, Agent.
De. 22 ir 50
WE IIAVE-JUST RECEIVED F1K0i
A very handsome and select assortment of th
Whici: we will sell a a VERY;SMALL AD
VANCE on Manufacturers prices.
"'The attention of the Ladic to it. is respect
BLAND & BUTLER.
Edgefield, Dcc 1 Lf 47
B EGS leave to call the attention of his friend
and the public to his large and well assorte
Ztock of Fancy & Domestic
He having disposed of all his old Qoodi previous
to his going to the North, is now in possession of'at
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK,
Which comprises all that is
Fashionable and Desirable in Style!
He has added to. his Store another Depaitmeni
in which he keeps a large supply of
&c., &c., &c.
All of which will be sold at prices not to be beater
by any House in Augusta.
Ile has a splendid lot of DELAINES, worth
37 c:s. which lie sells for 25 cts
CI.OAKS and 81IAWLS, very cheap;
All wool DELAINES, ROBES, &c., very cheap
Fine SILKS, all styles, cheaper than ever;
Embroidered COLL A RS worth $1, for 50 ets.
AND ALL OTHER GOODS IN PRO
Augusta, Nov 1 tf 43
M'HE LIVER INVIGARATOR,
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.
[S greattwietitle cienit discovery.andl lsdaily working
eures, almost too great to believe. itcures as if by nia
c, even the firet elose giving beinfit. and seldum imore thati
ine bottle lb required tip cure any kind of Liver Complaint
romn the worst Jaundice or D)spepsla to a comrinun head
teie, all of which are the result of a disesed Liver.
The Liver Is one of the pritiedipal rogulators of tb
uman body, and when it perfrms its functions well
b powers of the s)stem are ful developed. The
toach is almost entirely slepon. ent on the healthy
etiun of the Liver for the proper performanoe or iu
actions. When the stom n ith is at fault, the boweh
reat fault, und tlie whole systuint i u ffe r a in conse.
cof te organ-le Liver having ensei U
I" Its iluty. F..r ifhe lisena tof tri t iirguin, one or tit
rolrietors lzss iu:ade it l.ii stub', in i pracilee ol
ioro ha1 wnyyr tenelitv yeanz, , toIliad somaiertiinoty wier
r iti to entiiternet tie tnny derangeenwts ItC
chiela it is litile.
Tois lrove ihizt thzii .re , nedy Is at Ilt fround, an
a-rsoni troullit will, Liv e r Compinnt lii it an)
X its f-rms, h:s but to try a M bottle, 'und conviction I
A coipaiiidl has been fmrtnelbr dlivsolvinig gum:
nd exractini tiat part whtich ijasiluble ir the ne
ve vir iesi f~ t lhe meill einti. Thetse ginans: remo've
ill rnarbli or hazl mattier ' .n the systeain, su~ply
ii5 inllztieirintee n ha-:ihy N - of bile, invig'irnting
ie stonunelh, ealising" t'ood t igezil well, pzurit'ying
e bloozl, givinig t7ne und heltalti to the ia1hole muzehn.
iry, reninivintg tlie causes, of tIre lsense, nnd eiffect.
g a rudllenl cure wihout --a ti y .I Iie dli-agreenbt
ner en'leets, f.:lt bytusig'Un!iie or Minernl i.,n
.i tlunt is tizsually resor ~ teil t'.
Onte lse, uter entinig Is P' ufieient to relieve lhb
omelh, andt prevent thze .-(food frozi risig and sour.
Onlyone ose aken before retirintg, preventi
Only onze dloec itaten at -f night looseDs thte bowvch
One~ t wie takeni u.--r eachl ''.. zil t il cure Dyspepsla.
tg'"Oite iliase of two tena .J JWz wilt alwvays re.
lie eause or thze iise esapherfet tire.
, ialy onie ,l',se izanteli ni'%aely relieves i.honeic whlile
lne zc..se, oette rejisid.-al, is it stIre cure lir Clil.
- irbus, tin' p; pre~ r. vetative of Cholera,
(Pnt diose. laken' oflen. . will Ilrevenit the recurrenzce
f -Biliotus attneks, witile it relieves all Isainful feel.
Gf' Ounly onie bottle is nenileil lo throw out1 of thie
steiiu the effect. of niedi .eine nther a long sickntess.
One haot~le tukeni for .iinnlie,,* rnin ives all
allowss iz r utiualral color fri.inith ?lzskinz.
Onet cloi- tiken at s'oirt tinie lueforo iping gives vigor toi
e nuiseite, .unil imzkes .Nil digestwe
Oie iso. if, i o~nipen.teel, cures Chzronlc Dizirrheen~ In lie
orst forimi,.while~ sinter and bowel coouplaintts yield al
ost to the first '!'se.
One iir t wo aliow-s cures aitacks ciaused by worins, white for
oriis in chillire-n. itere is no surer, safer or speedler rent.
dv ini thze world. :ts It inever filis.
tiere Is no xnz~rternion In these statemnents, they ntre
nin, satber facts. titint we ein give evidlence to prove, while
I who use it ure giving their unnitnus testinnony In lts
We take inflitei pleasuire In reec'tntnending this mnedleine
a nlprevenitivte liar Fever nt Agate, Chill' Fever, and ull
evers or it huiliius type. It oplerates iti cerlaninty, and
ousinisure williin::to testily to Its wvondlerful virtues.
Amnt 'the11 husaslreils of LIver Itenitdies now 'olfered to
e ptublic, lhere :ine nonte we cnn si hililty recuommnenaii as
it. SANFtilIYS IN VIGinOltATOR, , genecranyv kniown
w thiroughaiut thea Uioin. This tiruiiynrationz is trulyn
iver lnvigarntoir, piroeling the izuist happy results oii all
hii use it. Altniot innumizerable crtillnti'aa lhave been glv
tto thme great virltue of thi- mne.leine~ by thosce of the high
zi suiil in i saieety, nind we knzow it'to be the best iprepin
tlon nmow biefaorelii th publie.-Itdan Csoint,/ Jeniocruf.
PiRICE, ONE DOLLARt PElt BOTTLE.
SANFOllD & CO.,
Proprietors, s.15 Bronadwny. New York.
irFor sae rat Eilgefielil C. H. by 0. L.' 'ENN, Agent.
June i6, 13S. 1y 2$
~5OTICE-.\ll lsersons indebted to the Estate
.of Davidl Otst, dee'dI., are requnested to pay
e same without delay, andl those Ihaving demiands
ainst, the same wvili render themi in, properly at
~std, for p ivyment.
L. IROVKS. *""oru
. Oct. -,t
SOTICE-All persons indebted to the Es
.tate of J. W. Rtearden, dee'd , ale requested
gany demitad's against the samie will prtzsent them
.1 AS CA L LISON, A) 'r
S. REARIJEN. ~ A'r
DecS 8 I 48
O T ICE.--All persons having demnts
.. aginstl h-Etate of Benuj. L. Muirrel, die'd,
re regnested to present, them, toi the Admninlira
rs, pzropeirly attested, and all indebted to sid
htte, aretI. r i.e Lnte tmake payment.
LUKE CULBRLEATH, Adim'ors.
SDec. P, 0t 48
Downer Orphan Schooli
1 ME publlic are hereby notiied that there will
Ibe tive vacancies for Orphan Children at the
)owner Orphan School on Bechl Island. after the
t January next. For admission apply to the
~ommisioiers. The beneficiaries must be between
e ages of seven andl thirteen.
- IH. R. COOK,
THOS0. J. DAVIES,
THlOS, WY. WHIATLEY,
_Dec 29 .. - 4 _ _ _ 61
ClAUTION.-.\1 persons auc forewarned
LJ ogainst trading for a Note given by the Sub
crier to A. HI. D~avenport, somietini.e in Septem
er l858, for about, two hundred and forty dollars,
s lie will nort pay the' same1, unless compelled by
aw, the conisiderationl fop' which it was uiventav
ug faIled. J. M. TILLMAN.
Dec 27 - 2t 51
L OST oinChristmas day, between Pottersvillc
and John Hiollinugswortlh, a small MiEMO
ANDUIM BOOUK, with two Pockets in it con.
aing $l00,00-eighti $10 bills on the Banzk of
Iamburg, just issued, three $5 bills, and two $1
bills, and three dollars in silver. There wecre alsc
t lot of7 papers of importance to nmyself in thc
Any p ezus hhznding said Book and contents aitl
delivering the same to ime, shall be liberally re
Dec2 tf '5
J UST received a Nulwrior lot of Buckwhea
tFlour, Yeast Powders, Goshen Butter an'
delightful Sugar House Syrup. Call and get
supply. W. I I. H[A RRISON, Agt.
.ec 29 tf 51
N. C. JE~ANS AND KEPE' -
A FR ESH lot of the above r
NEW & ELEGANT SHAWLS.
Splendid Mantilla SHAWLS, new and elegant styles;
Fine Crape SHAWLS;
ihli Chenile SHAWLS;
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 ngo. Just received, per Express: at
GRAY & TURLEY'S.
Rich New Silks.
New and Elegant SILKS, in
Robe A 2 Jupes, Robe A'Valente,
lRube 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 ME1INO;
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 Raw Silk HOSE.
For sale, very cheap, at
GRAY & TURLEY'S.
and01 OEGEEPINII MDL
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 R1ibbon-bound BLANKETS;
Heavy large size Georgia made BED COMFORTERS;
Fine LONG-CLOTH. soft finish, manutfactured expres-ly to our own order;
Fine White FLANNELS, Fine Plain and Plaid Sack FLANNELS.
For sale low at
GRAY & TURLEY'S.
Heavy large size BLANKETS, warranted to weigh eight pounds to the pair;
Fine Heavy Mackinaw BLANKETS;
Extra IHeavy Cable Warp KERSETS;
- Heavy Georgia PLAINS;
Ten b)ales very superior KERSEYS, at very low price;
Heavy all wool DRAB RtOTIlma very supe)rior article fur Carriage Drivers;
SATINETS and Kentucky JEANS, STRIPES and OSNABUlRGS;
Marlboro' STRIPES and PLAIDS ;
* Heavy IRed FLANNELS, very low priced..
For sale, very cheap, at
GRAY7 & iTORLEP'S.
Augusta, Nov. 24, 1858. 4mn 46
L -. - ........E-h AVJ LR C E IV E D O U R U S U ALS TO.
WVM. QUA TTLEBUM,
L EwIS J ON ES,
II. BOU LWA RE,
LEWIS CO VAR,
WW.SA LE,Fal&W ne God
For ClerIL..NAL RIL
WILLIAM Tj. STEVENS, - _
JAMES SPANN, Derindtofetenatscpicss
RODERT D. BRYAN, cno alt rv aifcin ersetul n
F. M. NICHOLAS,
EDMUND PENN, ILN ULR
Wor a~ OflctoxNFAL GOODS . 5
THEPIILU DENFall& Wn interDr Goods
CHALESCARERsnEARomLeY.'h EVERY GODArcE
JOHN C. LOVELESSfa l t gie ati s fa ction y,.. weh r sp Lin
- - ~~ vOit th e en ou h lhose w wantd ~ brgains.
D. L TUNER.3. . LAND A & B CoE.
S. F.ADRISO, Edgov ld Oct 27f 42
M. W.. OURULYLESEHLE
. A. HORPFIN PatclWadmaes
EdeieHC.1A Ro LES CATl&3.t, 8ANWSOEINHIBUS
. L. TURNER. mi nhndWACIEC..CS JWLY
W. A.DU ISTR T,0Ei' arne o iego atsato o
JP.AN Y 12.nh.Picsmdrt
Will attend promtly to all business entrusted rpca teto ~~ oterpiigo
to his care.fieN . 2, Lawes 1:nnge. &
Edgefield, C. II., D3ec.8 18. ly 478
J. L. A U D L SR 0 N,
Wlatedpopiel io Lalw busness entrusted. toC.~rmm ase, eae
EJG.IEIC. 1. S. L . Eiat REEYT~~lA u i .N
.May 15 tf 25 .t .t anzml, rmmaik .MryF -
CHE0t iASTIC PROCESS o :.nl~tneailh agr
OF 1NSER'TINO aet nl.imotgotriuomwtcnotb
AR.TIFICIAIZ.U T oETre.
r HE Subreriber having furnished himself with Te VR ID ist-olBatfmChr
Ja license to use this N EW PROCESS of hsu, aigcneto vtrMi gsi
INSERTING AR.TIFICIAL TEETH, Ilrlr
s now ready to serve all who may need such, with kuiimintentrmuodrts Gos
an assurance of a more perfe~ct adaptation, anid an oaindt ihAec, owre reo hre
closer resemblance to the natural organs, than can F .lN E U g.i hretn
be reulized by any other method. its perrect pu- alstn c 2 f 6
rity, cleanlinmess, freedom frr-m all taste, or galvanime o I E- IIprosidbtdt h s
sensation, durability, comfort and security, nre l
among the advanages claimed for this SUPERIOR .. aec lmmmA oeadcdwlmk
mode ot setting Artilicial Teeth.pmyintytelrsFbrmynxt ad llp
. H. PARKLER. sish~ra eaasaantteEtt ilra
June 24, . i 24 drte npoel tetdVrpyiet
TuG OS. 3. & C. II. MKO I SE, eS2n4
SUCCESSORS TO LEE &~ MOISE,
No. 7, Ilayne Street, hrb ttle urne hmi ~ i s ac
CHARLESTON, S. C. 15-ol wstrrnt n conswl oi
Jan 27 ly ~tvl edbre. Ai loeidbe osi
theire m tuck pofpte1t ebuiynxo
- ~~~al the nwil ad fashional ty o led The cstsP.
K J.PELETIR &CO. .ine . B. SNLLVA P &RCY .
C. A, OURQUIrgB..EHE.,
DEAERSiN-IESPCFULL inrsoms inhebaters an the s
N. at Pu fi Sin enl a dtey hae oensed
D R G , ME D C N A N, E WTO E ho AvURg, ~S C.,
Paits Ols Prfm yIn, at-Ge,as Ronons polta. whrteyae
andliarnd A CIIS, 'LOKSJEW LRY
Sil! INEA BOXESSf aClNlSdesis, lo
.A~lperonshavng caim agins mot..L Shoulde s d m s- r ale b
Eespnttham rattentiontest- Nve 2 tf th4eaiigo
lebteWattoesideEstate &c. - .
1~U~lLOD m' i LAlEONL. . .ra DAVSr leve
if u2 Mry, *aanh ru wifk 9t ayFr
HEAVY OVER SACES,
UENT6'$IIAWLS & BLANKETS,
CO'.T, P *NT. ANI) VEST, TO MATCH.
FINE DIESS 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,
Iandkerchiefs, &c., &c.,
ALL FOR SALE LOW
Dec 1 tf 47
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR
Fall Stock of Dry Goods,
Usually kept in a
DRY GOODS STORE!
Which they will
jB:IT --.A.9B CEA.3?
As any other.
The Character of their House is a snaoient
guarantee that every Customer
will be Charged the
Augusta, Sept 18 -f 86
MISs MATHEWS, 0j8et the MHaoito
114111, 1rad Street, A USTA, OA., ha
returned from the North, and just receivod a
LARGE STOCK of
Millinery of all Kinds,
DRESS CAPS, HEAD-DRESSES, HAIR PINS,
And a great variety of other Goods, such as -
FINE CLOAXS, FURS, WORSTED GOODS,
EMBROiDERIES, SKIRTS, HOSIERY,
Alexander's Kid Gloves,
With many o her Goods too numerous to mention
. A ugusta, Ga , Nov. 1 8m1* .4d3
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC, &c., &c.
TIIlE Subscriber after returning thanks to their
. friends in EDGEFI ELD and adjoining-.Dis
tine to keep on hand a large assortmenit of
fr,m the clebrated manutnetories or RAVEN BA
CON &. CO.,HAZETN BO. n..I.
G LE&CO., New York, for whom they tare sole
Agents. These Instruments having already won
such far famed clebrity, it is only necessary for us
to repeat that for strength,. dusrability and finish,
together with poer, deplh, stweetness and soft
nsa of tonc, they challenge competition. Persons
wanting a superior
would do much better to cal and select from a large
assortment, than by dealing with Pedlars and Agents
of inferior makers, where they have no choice, and
have of~en to pay highers prices for interior Jnstru
ments, than fine ones of superior makers can be
bought for. Every PIANO FORTE sold by us is
no risk whatever. Persons ord..ring from a distance
from us can depend upon getting a GOOD AR
TICLE, as we make it a point to keep goods of the
best quality :and such as we can recommend and
warrant in every respect.
Their stock of MUSIC is very large and they.
arc constantly receiving all new pieces as they are
published. GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS of
the best quality always on hand.
They would also call attention to their Iarge
School and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery
ndl other articles.-ALSO
Alwa ys on hand the largest assortment in the State
of GUITA RS, VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS,A
FLUTIES, FLAGEO LETS, VIOLIN BOWS, &e ,
ad every article of Musical Merchandise.
Carhart's and Needham's and Prince's cutebrated.
ACCOR DEONS and VIOLINS repaired In the
All of the atbove articles sold at low prices for
Cash or City arceptances by
GEO0. A. OATES .& BROTHER.
Broad Street, Agusta Ga., between IJ. S., and
A pril 7~ 1858 tf 13
A DM1 VISTRIATORS' NOTICE.
All pe~rsons indeebted to the Esate of .Jarvis
A sill, dee'dl., will make payment, and all persons
having demand. against the Estate will render in
their demands, properly attested, to the Under
FR ANCES ASBILL, Ad'ors
Dec 22 4L? 50
R AGS, RAGE I--THREE CENTS per Lb.
Litt Ciash will be paid for all Clean LInen and
Cotton Rags, delivered at the Bath Paper Mills, at
Bath, 8. C., or at any Depot on the S. C. Rail Road.
The attention of Store-keepers and Pedlars Is
GEO. W. WINTER, Agent.
Augusta, Ga., Nov 9 8m 44
M ONEY IS THlE WORD.--AI per
sons indebted to me either by Note or Ac
count will please call and settle by sale day in Jan
uary next-before if possible. I cannot go en with
my business without money. My' friends will at
tend to this call at once.
J. M. WITTF.
SLL persons indebted to the Estate of Mrs..
L.Lucy Sunmmerall, deceased, are requested to
py the same forthwith ; and those having detnands
against said Estate will please render them in pro
pery attested, as soon as possible. I desire to settle
up the Estate without, delay.
B. M. TALBERT, A dm'or.
de bonis. nois.
id. 3, 1858 12m 43
EXECUTORIS' N'f)TICE.--All persons'
Jindebted to the Eatate of John Jones, dec'd.,
are earnestly requested to make arrangementw-to
pay up promptly that the p~rovisions5 of the will
may be complied with ;and all persons having
demands anainst, the Estato will please present
them to the Executors immediately, properl at
tested. A. J. IHAMM ND, Ex'
Sept 8 W. 0. HARRIS.
RlESH OYSTERS generally on hand
n3jd for sale by E. T. DAVIS, Agi.