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the viewif maki ke in onr
- basi'ness, wuvill from s d , sell o
ENTIRIPSTOC df DESIR ERCHAN
DISE at PRIM COST for H1,
BUT OR OAS. N X!
Anxious to clYout the Stoc onep, we invite
al who want s CHEAP- C '!I to give
us a call.
All perso indebted to th irm, or to W. P.
Butler, ind ually, are ea :rqetdt
make pay t. Neither tim inclination will
allow us to lay settlemen we earnestly
ask the co ration of all
IA & BUTLER.
Jan 12 tf1
THE ahscriber takes this me f Informing
th# blic that be has sold stock in
trade has recentl'y had the Is- ement of as
.AgentWhis son Mr. E. M. RN he will con
tinue ale business at the same old d. In re
tiri m his connection with this blishment,
the 1. rbe renders his heart-1felA auks to the
genoaous and conflding people of 'efeld who
haveso long and soliberally sta his friend;
andbe respectfully asks- that the. sde favorable
kiisin may be extended to his sue essor.
G L. PENN.
Jan. 11, if - 1
To the Public,
have entered into the business ntly carried
on by my father, and in doi go solicit a
share Of patronage of the- d3 iL My ut
most endeavors' sal be exerted to modate
and satisfy all whio shall be pleased to lend me
their custom. My object is to enlar the busi
ness, so as always to be able to furin all things
In my line of business. My care shal be, to pur
chase the best of every thing and dispose of
every article at the lowest rates co*9tble with
the proverb, " Live and let live." piove this,
I respectfUlly ask a trial. My bus , will be
conducted as nearly as possible on bcash sys
tem. . E. ENN.
Jan. 11, tf 1
VHE Copartnership heretofore existgbetween
JLW. R. &n T. S. H UDSON has beim' dissolved.
by mutual const.
Either one of the firm will attend tgtli clesing
of the Books. All persons indebted hereby,
rfor the last time, notified that they min 'pay their
Notes and Accounts by or before Refm: Day
otherwise they will be sued indiscrimiltel.
W. R. HUDSON,
T. S. HUDSON.
Jan. 10, 1859.
AVING sold my interest in th:Stock of
Goods belonging to the firm of I. R. & T.
S. Hudson, to Mr. L. R. Ct'GBURN,1. ho, with
T. S. IUDSON, will continu.. the 'ness, at
the same stand, I cheerfully reconm d them to
the public, and trust they will receive !dueibare
of the trade of the citizens of Edgef.
I return my sincere thanks to all foithe liberal
- encouragement I have received. I
All persons indebted to me individonlly *ould
do well to settte up by Return day. IPmust have
money. W. R. HUDSON.
Jan12 tf 1
To the Public.
the foregoing Card the public are rized
B that we have formed a Co-partner. ip for
the purpose of engaging in the Dry Goods busi
*ness; and hope by strict attention to-business to
secure a reasonable share of the trade.
In order to open with an ENTI.R1 NEW
~uiur STOCK in thte Spring, we are selling our~pre:ent
Stock at very LUW PRICES for Cash. Give us
a call. T. S. H UDSON,1
L. R. COGBURN.
Jan 12 tf 1
9TH REGIMENT, S. C. M:.
T UcKER's PON D, Jan. 30, l$59.
* A COURT MARTIAL will convene a Mr.
1kSusan Brunson's, on Saturday t e 29th inst..
lPatrol n y. e ourt will co of g fol
"lding members :
Maj. G. M. BURTON, President
Capt.. BsaD, ILienta. R ofm,
" MORGaN, " l- 1 s,l
" Tuaat.v, j " Cuti n.4,
'- TaUaINONO, | " B -
D). BRUNIION, Judge Adv teb
Myr. Moss, Adj't.
Jan. 12, 3J . W.TM ~.
10THl R EGIMENT, S. i.
MINE CaE, Jan. l1t1 859.
P URSUANT to an order frottn G . Wut. C.
MORAGNE. an eketion will be hel a Friday,
the 11th of February next, for MA R 'of the
.Lower Battalion, to tiil the vacaney ' ed by
the resignation of Ma.j. Joux P. Bsrs
5..WATSQN, Col 10th Reg' .1.
,J. 1M. WiWTE, Adj't.
GREAT BARG NS
JAMES HEN iY,
DEGS leave to call the attention of fiends.
and the public to his large and we iorted
Ztock of Fancy & Do stic
He having disposed of all his old Good tons
to his going to the North, is now in of ain
ENTIRELY NEW ST,
Which comprises all that is
Fashionable and Desirable i yle!
He has added to his Store another . cut,
in #ich he keeps-a latte supply.'of . .
&c., &c., &c. r
All of which will be sold ati prices not tJ beaten
by any House in Augusta.~
je has a splendid lot of Mi)ILA -worth
Olst~. wlih jbhet sella for 25 eta
CLOAKS and SH AWLS, vary chea
All wool DEL AINES, ROBES, &c., v heapi
Filue SILKS, all styles,-cheaper tihan;
Einbroidered COLL ARS worth $1, fo ets.
ANVD ALL OThER GOODS 0
.Augusta, Nov 1 tf 43
N OTICEJohnu .eigler, living 10) m 'north
of Aiken., tolls befoare me a am BAY
IIURSE, with a white spot on his to-c - and a
white spot on the rightirwde of his neck pposed
to be about 17 years 'oid and apprais fry
Th.'owner is c~~ to come forwar .prove
SW L. POSE ',4rs
Dec. 18, 18'58. -4ttm* '
l4 Bgi ifa e ihj~i o fr SqIe,
T will sell a de.sirnble Lot containing 231A eres,
.1 e ad a h si mirs bat. Et Kgeleld Village,
on thme Columbina Romad, is.naded by landa of -E. J1
SYoungblood; Wiley CrainadW. F. D~uri~oe. The
lnd i w&-li goodyd agi haya tite Sg ig on-,the
Te~smacle eaiay. Apply so yonay
not weachance to get It.. II. A.4R A1'.
January 5. 1859 O St 2
P ISTOL LOST4'Bteen mreidene
anud Iltmburg, aboat-.3 weeks Q~e~trist
tas. Said plst.,l hu~ pedomboe'k ' e stok,
sing'e barrel, about live Jac~hes lon, %arr.e. an
-ounce balL. Anly person leaving this ?qlat Rubt.
Samnuel's or any housat will ie liberaflydrewarded.
)Jan. 12,1859 . 2t'* 1
DRY G00DS YET!
GRAY & TURLEY,
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEIR SEMI-ANNUAL CUSTOM, are dotermined to
TO CLOSE OUT THEIR
At Unpredentedly Low Prices,
And beg to refer to the following
LOW SCHEDULE OF PRICES:
500 pieces fine MOUSLIN DELAINE and VALENCIAS, all wool filling, for 6J ets
per yard ;
500 pieces extra fine and rich colors MOUSLIN DELAINE and Bayadere. VALEN
CIA, for 12 cents;
Finest French MERINO, imported, twilled on both sides, for 75 cents;
English MEltINOS and COBURGS, 25 cents, worth 50 cents;
Large size Beaver Cloth CLOAKS and RAGLANS, from $3,50 to $5 ; worth from $12
Splendid new style Mantilla SHAWLS, 33 per cent. below City prices;
Very large lot of EMBROIDERIES, from 50 to 75 per cent. cheaper than usual;
500 doz. of Misses and Boy's HOSE and HALF HOSE, for 6J ets. per pair; worth
$1,50 to 82 per dozen;
25 doz. of 11 Hoop Extension SKIRTS, for $1 per piece; comment unnecessary.
Something extra in the way of 30 Hoop SKIRTS, just received;
Splendid New SILKS, just received.
Rseeived twice a Week,.to which we would respectfully invite the attention of the Pub
GRAY & TURLEY'S.
Augusta, Jan 11, tf
BEGS TO ACQUAINT THE PUBLIC GENERALLY
THAT HE HAS MADE AN
AN IMMENSE REDUCTION
ON EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
WORSTED AND FANCY
Valencia STRIPES and PLA IDS, at 121~ cents~, formierly sold at 25 ets. per yard ;
English MER INOS, att 25 eents, reduced from 374 eents ;
Printed DELAINES, at 1S~ cents, usually sold at 25 and 311 ets.
Frentch MERINOS, at 00 cents, worth $1.
Velvet CLOAKS, at 825, foirmierly sold at *40 ;
Mp)ire Antique CLOAKS, *18, formerly sold at. *30;
Cloth C LOAKS, atll reduced 40 pe r cent ;
Cyarina Matntilla SH A WLS, at at reduction of 40 per cent. fromt the usual price..
MY.MOTTO HAS ALWAYS BEEN,
ro clear out my Stock of WORSTE ID DRESS GOODS, CLOAKS AND SHIAWLS
AT THE END OF THE SEASON,
Rathter than keep them over. Conisequenitly I amn disposed to sell themi at a LOSS
purposely to ell*et a clearanee.
IRON .iRONT STORE, 175 BitOAD ST., AUUL'STA.
Augusta, Jan 10 ' tf 1
CREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
D~RY GOODS CHEAPER THAN EVER!
WILLIAM H. CRANE,
HAS commenced SELLING OFF IIIS ENTIRE STOCK OF WINTER GOODS.
All persons wishing to purchase
BARGAINS IN DRY QOODS,
Vgil io wecll to giiye bi n a call, as lie is determnined to SELL OUT Is
STOCK BY THE FIRST OF MARCH,.
In order to inake room for a LARGE Stock in the Spring.
He is DETERMINED TO SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE
IN THE CITY, as he doestan enitire
.rdwl CASH BUSINESS.
HTe dan n wl gil-o GREAT BARGAINS to all who may favor him with a cull.
Augttsta, Jan 10 ____.- Uf 1
stuerir'sa sal. FaIs o NOTICE.
B e irecd I ilprce to sell at, Edge.. WE H A VE JUtS T R EC0E I VED F RO0M
Gield CourtIloose, onl the first Monday and Tues-.i H ADQ ART~
day il Fbrpary next, the following property, mn IIA Q J R E S
te following case.' v'iz: IA very handsome anid select assortment of the
P. D. Th'rmnd vs'. William, King and wire FINEST JEWELRY,
Frances Ki4 ; 'Ibe same Adanmitrator vs. tile
same, One te of land containing six hundred Wshich we will sell a a VERY SMALL AD
acres, more r less, adjoining lands of Wyett VANCE on Manufacturers pricces.
Holmes, P. D.. Thurmond and othiers. Also the (WThe attention of the Ladies to it is respect.
f.diowing negko, slaves, to wit, Charles, H~erry. fully asked.
K.Pasey, Nunen Sally, Tom and Wiley, also furBLAND & BUTLER.
horses. - Edgefield, D, e. 1 - ' 47
.-Ms vs. Amos Bush, One Tract,
of Land, contain'in.yt hun.1re*d and fifty acres, A C R I).
nrf ewwer sadj .nilhuds of Josiah Kinig, Em- nil Ei Subscribe~r takes thlis mcne ud op. return-.
*Millon N. Scott vs C A. Green, One teaor of ing his thanks to his frijneds'*(or their librt
land lying on Targ~a Mill Creek, foirnierly owned suppor t during lime past year,an~d respectfully informs
by Mrs u diy 'Andle~ii,'eum'ainingij Iwo hund red them and the I uhlie aene~rally t~tat he s till o-ntinues
acres, ml'i'Prerlesi' nijosening lands or Mlrs. Nnney' hia FamI~iy Gr'ocery,
N. Anderson, Mrs.~ li'burn and others. And wi~I alwuys keepa on hand a COMPLETE
Me~l nt & 4-hines, fotr another, vs. T. 11 STOCK of erary thing in the Grocery line, to which
iptiga One -tradtof :ffnd aining oine hlundred lie iniviles the att~ntion of the trading public. His
aeses, mnure': r less, hunded bay lands oft li.M.'to.,ey terms are~ reaseonale, as lhe is convinced that " A
D. Ionloinhke, J. llmhesiand othatre. 'nimle Penuny is beter thian a slow ShiLling."
John $. Smiyl~y vs. Moody lIharris, One tract of Also, ..n hantid a large stuck of Bouts and Shpes,
land containaing .one handied acres, more or less, for sale clheap.
adjoining lands of Bryant Dean, W dlliam) Steven'w T HOM AS KERNA GHIAN.
and othiers. ..Hamburg, S. C , Jan. 5, Ib559 ly' 52
The 1-.nk of Chtarlestoni Pouth Carolina vs Jlohn OO0K OU T !--Those indebted t~p me cana
TL. hiarmon, One trac t' f a-l eitainling Pour fij nd their Notes iai the' hands of Morattne &
Ilndred aecs. mn .rc or lees, adjjoining hands tat Adtdison, who are instructed to make the money
jpr J1. W. Mclelbl r, Thomas Perrin, and W. B. as soon as pose ble. Those wishing to save cos!ts
;Jorn. Telrrms e sai. - c an do so by paying before Return day.
JAMMS ElID80N, s E D A. B. ADDISON.
W k t is portunity of informing our
PA TRONS FlitIENDS that we have
bought out the interesvof Messrs. SIBLEY &
USHER, of this Town, ani. have removed to the
Store formerly occupied by tbkem.
We return our sincere thanks to the Planters
generally for the liberal patronage alwaysbestowed
upon us, and will endeavor to continue to merit
When we shall liive the pleasure of greeting
our old Friends and Patrons.at our new location,
they will find us fully supplied with the following
- Superior Java, Laguyra and Rio COFFEES;.
Stuart's A. BC Powdered & Crushed SUGARS;
Orleans and West India MOLASSES;
English Dairy CHEESE;
No. 1, 2, 8,' t. and Barrels, MACKEREL;
Heavy Gu BAGGING;
Bale ROPEn d TWINE';
Tennessee and Baltimore BACON;
OSNABURGS, STRIPES, el1lTINGS,
BLANKETS and PLAI.\S;
Negro HATS, BNOGAN'S:md BOOTS;
Oils, Turpenine, Olass and Wlitelead;
TOBACCO, Indigo, Madder and Spices;
Every description of IRON and STEEL, &c.
We have made arrangements with the most cel
ebrated Distillers on the Continent' to supply us
the BEST and MOST CHOICE
BRANDS OF LIQUORS,
That can be produced. Our future aim and in
tentions will be to keep unimpaired our lon es
tablished rapu'ation tr keeping the FINEST and
most PURE LIQUORS ever offered in Hamburg.
Our large number of customers for Wines and
Liquors is sufficient guarantee that we keep the
purest and best articles in this line.
Our superior facilities for selling Imported
Wines and Liquors are unquestionable, as we re
ceive them direct from the London Docks.
IN OUR SADDLERY DEPARTMENT,
Will be found a New and Fashionable Stock of
fine Saddles, warrented for durability and easy
riding. Alo, American and English Housings,
Buggy and Waigon Harness, Bridles, Curb and
Snaffle Bits, Whips,'&, &c.
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.'
Hamburg, Jan 6 tf 52
AIME RICAN HOTEL,
HAMBURG, S. C.
T HE Subscriber returns his thanks to his friends
.L and patrons for the liberal patronage extend
ed to him during the past two years, and hopes to
'receive a continuation of the same.
lor the year 1859 ample preparations will be
made to give the- best satisfaction to those who
may patronise the House.
SERVANTS, orderly and well trained, have
The TABLE will recoive the Proprietor's own
attention. and shall be supplied with the best the
market of August.'affords.
The STABLES will be in the charge of an at
In short, kind friends, I am going to make every
effort to please you.
G. C. CUNNINGHAM.
Hamburg, Dec 21 . tf 50
State olSouth Carolina,
Landon Tucker, A dm'or.
B.)Y Virtue of an order from Chancellor Ward
.) law, in the abovo statedl cnse, 1 will sell at
theL late residene. of Jamtes 16e:'kwell, dee'd , on
hursday the 20thi January .ext., the following
[Real Estate, to wit:
" THE IIOMiESTE AD P LACE," containing six
undred acres, morel or less, bounded by lands of
John Briggs, Ch'esley Wells, E. C. Robertson and
"THlE CORNET PLACEC," containing two
hmndred and twenty-r-ix (2) acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of John Briggs, Sama. D':ekwell,
oseph Jennings anil athers.
Also,. the ".F4RD. TRACT'" containing one
hundred and fily (150) ::eres, more or less, ad
oining lands cof tshe Jennings' Mining Company,
D. P. Self and others.
Also, the " WALKER P'LA0'E," containing
two hundred acres, mnore or less. adjoining lands
,fi the .mcennings' .\tlining Conapany, Ellington Searles
Also, the intemest of J.me Bnahlackwell. deec'd.,
n the lands of the Jennings' Mining Comipany.
Also, the interest of JTames B ack well, dee'dl.,
n the lands iif the Blackwe I Mining Company.
T El R S-On a credit o.f one and two y'ears with
interest from day o.f sal", ex. lit as to so much as
may be necess:,ry ti defrav the costs of these hire
ce dings whieb must be paid in cash. The pur
:hase mioney to be seenr'd by bonds with amaple
iersion-d sureties, and a maortgage of the pirenmises.
A. SIMKINS, c.x ti.
A T te snte tinme and pilace, I widl sell all the
p lersonal Estate, of which the said-Jamnes
llackwbzl was possess id, consisting of about
THIRTY-FIVE NEGRO SLAVES,
ABOUT 100 BALES OF COTTON, Btesidles,
Con, Mules, Cattle, Hlogs, and other thinigs not
Terms' of tale, made knowna on day of sale.
LAND)ON TUCK ER, Ad'or.
Dec.28 dIt o1
LAND FOR SALE.,
WXILL be sold otn the 21itlh Jainuary, at P'ublie
TV Auction, anda on the pretmises, the Tract of
Land on which Col. Wim. A. Williams, ideceas'.d,
reside~ I. 'I hits tr act contains
more or less, and lies on Wilson's Creek, in A bbi -
ville District, two miles fro Ninety-Six Depot on
the Greenville anad Coluambiza Rail Roaid.
Some 1300 acres are in woodland, the b.dlaneo is in
a hi~th state of cultivation. The soil is higlty aidnp
ted to thme entivation oh Cotton and smamll grain. It
is *elh watGred and has on it exce;l--nt improve
nemtta ; stuc.h as. Measion louse, with all necessary
ut buildinigs, anad swhich are equal to any in the
Uliyermts made known on day of smale.
JAM ES WILLIAMS, Trustee.
N. B.--Persons debirous of seeing the place will
address thme subscriber at Chappell's Depot. le
will meet thent at Ninety-Six iDepot ait ainy time,
and take great ple~asure in showing them the
premises. J. W.
Jqgmary 5., 1852 36 2
N OTICE--All persons indebted to the Estate
of David Ousts, dee'd., are requested to pay
the same without delay, and those having demands
against the same will render thenm in, proiperly at.
tested, for p'yment.
Oct. 0, tf 89.
TOTI0E POSITIVE-AI persons in
deeo th rsesof' the Curry ton A cade
mies, either by Account or Assessment, and who fail
o pay thme sanme by the 1st Monday ini Feb.-uary next,
aill, most positively, be forced to settle with an At
torney. By order of the Board,
T. it. REESE, Treas'r.
JIanuary 5, 1859 4t 52
NT IICE--Ali persons indebtedi to the Satste
of . thenry Mc~innmey, deeased, are pgotifed to
pay the sanme fortpytb,; Ad 1hoge having demands
aainst sai'd 'Estage will presentt theta, properly at
Wited without 4ehaay. -
. T. E. IIENNINGS, Adm'or.
Jaguar, 1852 4 52'
ESTRAY NOTICE.-lolled before me,
on the 22d Dee. 1858, by Felix Lake, liv ng
eight mile. North of Edgefiel C. H., an Estray
It iY MARE MULE,i or 22 years old, 14 hainds
hih, and numerous mark, of thes gear ont her sides
ad legs. A ppraised at $15.
L. COR L~IY, at a D.
January 5, 1859 4tm 5
N OTICE.--I have lost notes to ani amount
sotnewhere in the. neighborhoo.l of eleven
thousand dollars. The'e notes were drawn either
payable to mue individually, or as Executor of Ed
ward Coleman, or to nay wife as Executrix. A s I
do taot know accurately the dates of all these notes
I hecreby fomewarn all persons from tradinag for any
note made p ayablye to either myself or wife as
above specilied. 0..YRBOGT
Jan. . 3t " -52.
WM. H. GOODRICH,
[REPRESENTED BY CHARLES McLAREN.]
WHOLESALE GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 271 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
(FIVE DOORS BELOW BONES, BROWN & CO.'S.]
D EALER IN SUGARS, COFFEE, TOBACCO, SEGARS, CANDLES, SOAP, STARCH,
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE, NAILS and WOODEN WARE, BACON, LARD, FLOUR,
FISH, SALT, &c., &c., including everything usually found in a Wholesale Grocery H1ousie,
E ECE3MPTI1%TG-r 3.&:Z0X'CroFM.
PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SULICITED.
IN STORE, AND TO ARRIVE
200 bags fair to choice RIO COFFEE;
25 " prime Old Government JAVA COFFEE;
20 half and quarter ehests GIEEN and BLACK TEAS;
100 bbla. A to C Stuart's REFINED SUGARS;
20 " " CRUSHED
12 boxes " LOAF "
12. hhds. prime to choice NEW ORLEANS SUGAR;
100 boxes TOBACCO, various brands; 75,000 Spanish and German SEGARS
1,000 kegs NAILS, assorted i 150 kegs SPIKES, assorled; 2,000 sacks NEW SALT;
100 pac-kages NEW MACKEREL; 40 whole. half and quarter boxes NEW RAISINS;
100 boxes Goshen and English Dairy CHEESE; 5 kegs prime Goshen BUTTER;
100 " Adamantine and Sperm CANDLES;
50 " Pearl STARCH ; 50 boxes Family and No. 1 SOAP.
BAGGING, ROPE and TWINE, BACON and LARD, PEPPER, SPICE, GINGER, SODA,
NUTMEGS, BLUESTONE. COPPERAS, INDIGO MADDER, SNUFF, Painted
TUBS and BUCKETS, Cedar TUBS and BUCKKTS, Brass and Iron Bound
WATER CANS, COCOA DIPPERS, MEASURES, BROOMS, &c.,
&c., Rifle and Blasting POWDER, SHOT and LEAD.
All of which are offered to the Trade on the most reasonable terms.
PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
WM. n. GOODRICH,
271 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia.
January 5, 1859 3m 52
W. 1. SALE,
Ocr Clorl. -
ROBERT b: BRYAN,
F. Nt. NWUllOLA.S,
It. W. LYLES,
-C. A. IIORN,
T. J. WHITAKER,
CHAS. M. MAY,
WO3r Orwd-13 =.--7.
D. L. TURNER.
W. F. DURISO,
1. P. ABNEY,
W W. ADAMjs removed his LAw Office
e to the building foimerly occupied by H.
A. Gray, and afterwards by F. H. Candee av a Bil
ver Smith's Shop.
,January 5, 1859 4t 52
.&.ttC zrM.eV at Zaas -
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
Office in the one formerly occupled by W. W.
A A aa, E sq .
Edgefield C. H., S. C., Dec. 22, 1858.
- S. B. GRIFFINI,.
TTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN EQOITY,
Will attend promptly to all business entrusted
to his care. Office No. 2, Law Range.
Edgefield C. H., Dec 8,1868. tr. 48.
J. L. ADDIS0N,
A.TTOELJTMW* A' Za.W,
Will attond properly to all business entrasted to
bie care. -
ITWfOee, over B. C. Bryan's Store.
Edgefleld, S. C., Dec. I ly. 47
M. C. BUTLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Law Range,
EDGIPIELD C. H., 8. 0.
May 15 tf 26
or INZAUrmG ' .
HE Subsecriber haying furnished himself with
a license to use this NEW PROCESS of
INSEETING ARTIFICIAL TEMI,
[e now ready to serve all whd may need much, with
mn assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a
hloaer resemblance to the natural organs, than can I
srealized by any other m'ethod. Its perfect po
rity. cleanliness, freedom from all taste, or galvanic
lensation, durability, comfort and security, are
urmong the advantagesoclaimed for this SUPERO
node of setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, tf 24
THaOs. .3. & C. H. 1101S5E
SUCCESSORS TO LEE & MOIBE,
No.7T, Hlayne Street,
CHIARLESTON, 3. C.
Jan 27 ly 3
A~. J. PELLETIER & COY,
--mu~2rg, S. C.,
Paints, Oils, Perfumery, &c.,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
SHamburg, Oct 6, 8m 39
HIAMBURG, S. C..
T HIS NEW & SPLENDID HOUSE
iror Liquors, Lunches and
Refreshuments, is now kept by the .__.
mdersigned in a style heretofore unknown in th:s
His WINES, LUQUORS, SEGARS AND TO
BACCO are of the most choice qualities.
The Drinking Sa'Ioon will be under the
superintendance of the well-known and sao
plished MAX SALLAT, and the eating depart
nent in charge of superior Cooks and Waiters.
Eg LUNCHgS .and REFRESUIMENTS fur
aished at all hours.
Hamburg, Nov 10 '6m 44'
T HE -Firm of H. L. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
A1 was dissolved on the 2nd iast.,Jy mutual
:onsent. All persons having dlemandFagainst us
nIl present thiem for paymenut. All those indebt
d to us are respectfully solicited to call and settle
as early as possile, as further indulaence will not
be given. HI. L. CU2~NNGllAM & CO.
hamburg, Aug 4, 1858.
To the Public,
H7 AVING sold out our entire interest in the
k1Srn of HI. L. Cunningham & Co. to our for
m,r partner Mr. IhENRY 80LOMON, we take
pleasure in recomimending him to our old custo
mers and frie~n.s. We are thankful for the lib'er..l
patronage we hare received, and solicit a continu
nce of the same for our successor.
- H. L. CUNNINGH AM,
'0. C. CUNNINGHAM,
Hamburg, S. C., Aug 4, '58.-m8
C. A. BOURQUIN k 3. WEHELE,
PROM LOCLE, (SWISS,)
R) E8PECTFULLY informs the Planters and the
LI Public in general that they have opened
A NEW STORE IN HAJYBURO, S. C.,
in Oe..rge Robinson's old stand, where they have *
and on hand WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWECLRY,
MSBBAL BOXES of all descriptIons, all of
which is warranted to give good satisfactlon for
12 months. Prices moderate.
Qt'l~pecial-attentien givena to the repairing (of
Watches, Jewelry, &c.
Hamburg, Dec 18 3m 49
R ANAWAY from the Subscriber's mother,
about the 1st April last, his likely Mulatto
boy RIChMOND, about 21 years old, and about
6 feet 7 or 8 Inches high. His color is tolerable
bright and his hair pretty straight, and, wore
when he left a moustache. Hie is Intelligent and
tolerably quick spoken. He has been raised'In
the house, and Is a valuable dining.room servant
and good ostler.
It is supposed he Is lurking about some of the
neighboring cities,-elther Hamburg, Augusta,
Charleston or Columbia. The above reward will
be paid for his apprehension and delivery in any
jail so that I may get him. And any information
concerning him will be thankially received.
T. N. LUNDY;
June 28 tf 2
3FTge Augusta Constitutloralast and (Xarte
ton Mercury will please cop weekly for one
month and forward bills to T.N. L., Edgefield O.
H,. 8. C.
PLANTING AND EATiNG P0
2B bls. Peach Bloino POTATOMg
U25 Bbls. Parple Pink Eyey . ~
The above is of Curtis and Coa' b4nwI he.
sold low. S. E. BOWS5At
ESTES & CLARK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
OFF ER for sale on the most Favorable TERMS,
7 Bales Heavy Gunny BAGGING;
300 Whole and half Coils ROPE;
200 Bags Rio, Laguira and Java COFFEE;
25 Hhds New Crop SUGARS;
100 Bbls. Clarfied SUGARS, A. B. and C;
25 " Crushed and Powdered SUGAR;
300 Whole and Half Boxes CANDLES;
150 Boxes TOBACCO, various brands;
50000 SEGARS, assorted Brands;
200 Kegs NAIL, assorted;
3000 Sacks SALT, in twilled Packs,
300 Bbis. Planting POTATOES;
200 Whole. Half and Qr. Bbls. MACKEREL;
$0000 l.hs. Bacon IDhS and .4HOULDERS;
200 Bbls. Fresh Thomaston LIME;
200 Bbla. LIQUORS and WINES;
3000 Hemlock Sole LIATFER;
25 Bales Heavy OSNABUROS;
BUTTER, CHEESE, LARD, FEOUR.
Augusta, Jan 4, 3m 52
FINE assortment of pure HAVANA SE
GARS, of recent importation, superior in
luality and flavor. Also, American and German
'egars of the best manufactures.
3arge's Imported Turkish, Gail's German, Allen's
zranulated, and other lavorite descriptions.
5tutter's NE PLUS ULTRA (the finest in mar
cet.,) Pandake, nquare Twit and Oronoko;
]Keen & mnith's Katy-Darling, Pancake, Twist ,
Ld Flat Har;
Anderson's and Goodwin's Fine Cut.
Swillard's Rappec, Macahau and Skotch.
Tubes, Pipes, &c.
Lhe American Smoker and other Fancy Tubes,
aney and Clay Pipes, Matches, &c.
reFor sale, Wholesale and Retail, at the low
sl prices for Cash by
JOHN A. M IL LEN, Agenst.
io 76,-Broad Street._.next doo.above Griffin's.
Auction Store, Augusta, Ga.
Dee 27 t 51
WATCH MAKERS & JEWELERS,
AVING this day formed a Co-partnership will
occupy the Rooms next adjoining the Post
)Mlice, and will give the STRICTEST ATTEN
L1ON 0i all business entrusted to their care.
--.A I. 9iB O
Te have on hand a small assortment of FINE
EWELRY, which we will sell cheap.
JEWELRY and SOCIETY BADGES madc to
rder and warranted.
LpfParticular attention will be paid to Watch
F. 11. CANNDEE,
D). F. MXcEWEN.
Edgefield, Nov 1 tf 43
OLDEN SYRUP.-I am receiving a
-a few Barrels Sugar llouse GOLDEN SYRUP,
superior article for family use.
Also, new Cheese: Goshen Bntter, Pickled Beef
nd Pork, Smokeil Beef, Dried and Smoked
'ungues, Canvassed Hauns.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
Hamburg, Oct 25 . tf 42
NT0 JOKE!--All perons indebted to the
Subscriber, can have an opportunitv of set
ling with me at my r, indence, until the 15th Feb
unary next. After that time my No'tes and Ac
ounts will be placed in the hands of G. W. Lan
Irum, FEq , for enlketion. Take heed, ye that
vould sive cos's.
Also, all indebted tw Mrs. R. Blahoek, would do
vell to ci! on me and seutle up-otherwi-e they
0 will be nect esarily coilpelled t6 settle with an
ttirney. i. I. LALQCK.
S.lanuacry 5, 1859 4t- 52___
NOTrICE41h persons due mue by Note or
A celint, not paid by the lit Monday in Feb
wry next, will Irave to s.-:le with my A turney.
K. C. BRYAN.
January 5, 1859 4t 52'
NOTIECE.-AII p.-rsons iindebtedl to the Es
tate of' .1cohn Mtobley, mwnr., dee'd , must
mako payment berore the 1st F, buary next ; and
my demands again t the same must be rendered
n, in proper form, by that time.
W. S. MIO HLEY,
E. MQBL EY R xac'ors.
- Jan.a 4t . 52
INOTICE is hereby given to all who are interes
te that a settlkment will be made in the Or
inary's Office, at Edgefield Court Hlouse, on snt
ard.y the 15th inst., on the Estate of Capt. uten
amin h atcher, menr., dueeased
. MRS 11ATCllER, A dm'r.
Ja.5, 2t 52
NOTiCE-.~ll persons indebted to Dr. J.. Y. i
N IENDERSON, either by note or account,
are earnestly requ.sted to settle up the same by
tIh 15th of next month, (February) as I am anx
i'eusq to close the D~octor'sc business that I have In.
hand. M. M. P ADG ICT, Agent.
Jantuary 5, 1859 5L 2
OTI~e~llpersons indebted to the Estate
of .. Tabertor ucyStummnerall, are here
hy notified thtat if payment is not made to the sub
scriber by the first Monday itt February next, they
may expect to settle with my A ttorneys, Carroll
& Tmpkns. B. MI. TALBERT, Adm'or.
January 5, 1859 31 52
I AIY IN EARNEST I-All persons indIebted
to me either by note or accouni,, mutst pay the
sane by the 15th of February next. Those who
ril to do so wci i mostasauredlly be compelledl to pay
costs. -. . *hTE
Janmuary 5, 1859 3t* 52
NOTICE-.Persons indebted to Rev. C A.
R A Y MON I), are niotilied that their notes
acd accoutst are in my hatnds f.'r a short time, if
not p-dd in a rew days they will be banded to an
Attorney for collection. S. F. GOODE.
.lanuary 5,459 4t 52
I UST received a euperior 10.4 f Stucksheat
91 Flour, Yeas Powde~rp. QoheaBite ap~d
dligtt 1 'a H~se -ynp. 1a and g..' a
a nly. W. II IBSON, Agt.
t n f 61
PINE GROVE ACADEMY.
'l [11 School will be resumed on the 3rd Mon
E day of Jan. under the charge of Rev. J. N.
BOUCH ELL E, an experienced t.-acher, and broth
er to Dr. L. B. Bouchelle, our former teacher.
The following will be the rates of tuition
per Scholastic year, viz: Orthography, Reading,
Writing and Arithmetic $12,00; English Gram
mar and Geography, with the above 816,00 ; PhI
osophy, Chemistry and Botany, with the above
$25,00; Greek, Latin, Algebra and Geometry,
Board can be had convenient to the dchool at
}8,00 per month.
M. M. PADGET, 1
W. L. STONE I
January 6, 1869 20* 52
Oak Grove Academy.
W ILL re-open roe the admission of pupils the
third Monday in January, 1859, Miss N.
3. Ingraham in the Academic department. Mr.
I'. P. Moses., Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental
Music, Oil Painting &a.
Terms liberal; enquire of
DR. E. ANDREWS
JOSHUA HARRIS, Trustees.
S - M'L. STEVENS,
Kirksey' X Roads, S. C. Jan. 6, 3t 52
T HE e.ercises of this Institution will be resumed
on the third Monday, 17th January, 1859.
This School offers more than usual advantages
he ensuing year, as the course of studies will be
classical and the hligher Branches of English
mly, and the iiunbetr of students limited to Forty.
Tcrrns.-$16.50 por session of 'five months. At
;he same rate from time of entrance to end of ses
iion. No extra charge.
Momtbly repot ts sent Parents and Guardians.
Good Board for any number of students can be
btained in respectable families at $8 per month.
G EO. GALPIIIN, Principal.
Dec. 29,1853. 6t 61
Happy Valley Academy,
HIS School which Is situated near the resi
dencu of J. F. Brass, nine miles North
west Or KdgiFfIid Village, will commence on the
14th January next, under the charge of Its former
enchor, Mibs JULIETT M. PICKERING.
The Scholastic year wl be divided into two
3essioits, the first of 24 weeks, and the second of
Teris for the English branches, $20 per year
For French $12-Mlusic, $10, and $1 for the use
)f Piano. scholars will be charged from the tiue
)f entrance till the close of the Session, except in
:ases of sickness.
gWGood board can be procured near the School
it $7 per month.
Dec 13 5te 49
Downer Orphan School.
THE public are hereby notified that there will
be five vacancies for Orphan Children at the
Oowner Orphan School on Beech Island, after the
Ist January next. For admission apply to the
Jommissioners. The beneficiaries must be between
he ages of sefen and thirteen.
11. R. COOK,
THOS. J. DAVIES,
THOS. W. WHATLEY,
Dec 29 4t 51
E T. DAVIS, Agjent, has just replen
* ished his Stock with fresh importations of
ilmost EVERY ARTICLE in the Grocery busi
iess' which he is selling at
Very Low Prices!
Ilis present large Stock consists in part of
10 Bbls Stuart's C. SUGAR which will be sold
3 lhs. for $1, Cash, vr at 11 4 ets per lb. by the hbl.
5 Bbis. :uperior Irish POTATORA;
Tonnessee H1AMS and LARD, 15 ets. pr lb.;
Nort,hern PIPPINS and APPLES, flae;
I Tlerce RICE, best quality ;
Splendid CIlEESE and MACCARONI;
Ilermetically Sealed FRUIT.S;
Choice R AISINS, CITRON and CURR ANTS;
do FIGS and PRUNES;
CA NDIES and Nt1TS4, a full and fine variety ;
SALalON and LOBSTERS, superior;
SPLENDID LIQUORS, WIKES, CORDIALTS,
&.c., &c., &c.
ggCall at the " Exchange."
E. T. DAVIS, Agt.
Dcc 24 tf 41;
IIONEY IS THlE WORD.--All per
son., indebted to me either by Note or Ac-'
isiunt will please call and settle by sale day in Jan
uary next.:-hefore If possible. I cannot go on with
rny bta:ne~sq wihhout money. My friends will at
tenda to this c'all at once.
J1. M. WITT'.
Ilec7 tf 48
SLL pesn indebted to the Estate of Mrs.
LI Lucy Summerall, dece'.:sed, arc requested to
pay the same forthwith ; tand th~ose having'dematnds
against said Estate will please render them i npro
perly attested, as soon as possible. I desire to settle
up the Esta'e without delny.
B. M. TA LBERT, A dm'or.
de bonis nom.
Nov. R,1858 12m, 43
CONFECTIONERY AND NUTS.
O F Every de.eiption and also a largo collec
CANDEE & McEWENS.I
Eg-Parties supplied at reduced prices.
De c229at 51
NOTICE-AI persons indebted to the Es
.Ltateof J. W. Rearden, d,-e'd , at e requested
to make immediate paytment; and all persons hav
ing any detmands against the same will pres--nt them
Dece8 2m 48
Shingles for Sale,
T HE Subscriber has and will keep coustantly
Ion lland nany qtuantity of good lheart aHIN
QLESi at 1,11s plaeO onl the IMathis roa4, t~wo and a
half igiles ;boye 1Lott's Pos& Offiee, tonveonient for
Wagona returning from-market. .
pPrice three Dollars per thousand, Cash.
Jan. 5. 1859 . St' 62