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11 E W U -A 'L UME
GO NOL ERNORTH.
A PTH IM G
JUST RECEIV AND IN STORE.
ICH English Velvet Carpeting, hh and American Three-Plys,
R .Engliih Wire Brussels, h Ingrain Carpeting,
-Eish Witr Brussels' p Carpeting, halir wool and cotton Carpeting,
e aboae God are seleted expressly for rket, and are offered at the lowest market prices.
OR lalls, Entries Rooms, &c. We ha W in store a select stock of thorougldy seasone
F Floor Oil Cloths,12, 18 and 24 feet wi hich we %,A cut to fit entriesXhalls, rooms, Le,
and at as low a price as the sam6 quality oNb sean be purchased for, 'Northior South.
Also-4-40 6.4 and 8-4 Floor oil Cloths-goc at the low price of 62i cents-per square yard.
1.1yJAS. G. BAIL:E a BROT'HERt.
WINDO SHADES. L .
E have now on hand and just received, e invoices of the above Goods, in gold border
plain, gold border basket centre, gold b er f wers, and gold border plains, Landscapes
any quantity, plain panel bordered Shades, and." !1land Shades. The above Goods we are
offering to our customers d the ublic generk At re..v low cash prices. Our prices range
om-ering to $12uer pastoel trimmings included. 3A. C. BAIE & BROTHER,
from $2 to $12 per pair, as 205 Broad Street,-next to the Bank of Augusta.
OR Church Aisles, Entries, Stairs, &c. We are offering to the public an assortment of Eng.
F shi Venetians, seldom found in any Southen market: they are inported direct by ourselves,
and we can afford to sell them at the fair market JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
S Round Rods, 36 and 40 inch x 1, 11, 1} and 11 inch fluted
30 inch and 35 inch o s Stair Rods, brass,
30 "nc x i hollow, 30, 36 and 40 inch x U} and 11 inch silver
30 " x I and and hollow, plated Stair Rods.
36 and 40 inch x 1 and l inch hollow.
3 rd an ichlxl1ed P ply fhe above Goods, JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
Orders filled promptly for th e DRUS, . 205 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
. .DRUq S.
DRUGGETS, "all.Worsted," suitab7e o0 Crumb Cloths. 12-4 Druggets, all wool,
table for Carpetspr Cramb Cloths. 64Druggets, &c., all wool, at,50 cts. and 62i cts'
JAMES G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
COCOA & CANT1 MATTINGS.
Cocoa, Mattings, suita led oices, counting houses, hotel entries, and
&c., &c. 34, 4 and 6-4 Canton Mattings, in white, red,
offered at prices to s - ants of all.
le sided osaie Rugs, dogs, peafowlslion, sportiug scene, fox and
agle, &c.; Velvet Rugs ufted Rugs; Tapest y Rugs, etc.
DE AND OUTSI E DOOR MATS.
The Mat, imported direct; Scotch 4coa Mats; American Cocoa Mats, Manilla,
Tufted, C rass, and Sheepskin Mats.
All of the above goods we offer at the lowest m rket prices. Carpets made, fitted, and laid.
Oil Cloths cut and laid, by competent men, thorough: acquainted with the business. t
Those in want of the abovegoods are respectfully reuested to give us a looking- before purchasing.
. No charge for showing our goods.. -JAS. G. BAl-i & BROTHER,
New Carpet Store-205 Broad St., 4ugusta, Ga., near to Bank of Augusta; and
Orders promptly attended to. JAS. G. BAILIE, Charleston, S. C.
Augusta, Ga., 1,eb. 2, 1859. ~ly 4
THE STATES |SRTA ACADEMY LOTTERY
IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOOK S
BY tital Prize, $50,000!
TT RlS. -0E-rie.
Mailed to subscribers out of the city at Six -.-.-4..---- $1..
DOLLrAns per annum, for one copy; TEN l90i LAB asf NOTICE TO T HE PUBLIC.
fo.r two Copies-invariazbly in advance for the tiw~e A the mnembers of our firm hare. hy way of purcha.'e,
forrneyradT.Ebcesuae the' owners or tihe grsants charteredi by the States 'I
Semi- Weekly S-rATrES, o , nEEDel1'wae,Ker tacky, Missouri, and partsof thosein Ge.rgin.
DOLLARS. umk~r tine natnage~menlt of Me--ars. Gre.ary .& Maury, 4.
DoL~s-Waningtoin, LDelaware, we have deemed, it expe~dient t-,
ehiige lhs name orf our frn, on uind ifteir .January 1st,
THE CHEAPEST PAAER IN TUE SOUTII. idb.tothsatof WOOD, EDDY & CO., wh-. will herennler
'The Weekly is published in a large DOUBLE. thdothersa Aasd abfl Letnatned.
Foax, and is printed on superior paper, with hanid- i all trjinsnetio.ns we lhave endteavoredi to conduct our
somne,'bold type, at the following reasonale rates1 bnea' grit ron~'ami p etz.'s itW eN en I
*of subscription : wI 111-ring of bng transrerred to our .ucc.essora.
Per year.) : Vcry respeiectruity. - . SWAN & CO.
'One Copy.............- ..-- ..-..-- ..-.-- - -ugusta, Ga., Dec. 15, l1 .
yTe Cpies.....i... .......... 6 --''- 0 -NOnlD dr-"O MA10RS
-Ten Copies to a Club............... 1 00 SUCCESSORS TO S. SWAN~ & CO.
TIwenty Copies, sent to onie address.2... 00-- -
Payment in all cases Is -'required invarlabfr In E-' e chei'tme will be drswn by WooD,
advance; and no paper will he forwarded until the EDDYEt Co., Managers of the SPA RT A
receit of he moey. 1 ACADEiMY ITTE~RY, in each of their Single
All busihes loetetrs should be addr,.sswl to Number Lotteties for Feb'ry 1859, at AUGUSTA,
PRYOR & HEISS, Washington, D. c. Georgia, in pubie, under the superintendence of
Feli. 2, 18509 tf 4 Commissioners:
Class 6 Driaws Saturday February 5,1859.
TRY IT' TRY IT'!! TRY iT!! 01Cl.. 7Draws Saturday,'February 12,1859.
Class 8 Draws Saturday, February 19, 1859.
HOY'S AMMONITED BOE Class 9 Draws Saturday, February 26, 1859.
Super Phosphate of Lime,. 'ON THE PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR PERUVIAN GUANO. 50,000 Tickets! -
T H IS is the arti'ile used with s-. much succes ,8
in the last crop. by the planters of Beech NARL N RA J VR IETCE
Island ; it coats less and is said to be superior to
?eruvian Guano, or any other fertiliz.er for cotton. B
II. & N. E. SOLOMON, oannw
Agents for South Carolina. EAHSTR YiNFBUR 1
tlamburg, S. C., Feb. 2, 1869 6t 4
N TCE--All persons desirous of -employlng 1P~cfIW~ rz f~~~a
the egoman -J0E, belonging to Mrs. Sel.i-uu~Il
bels, may do so upon complying with the termws 1....... 4"'ItJ" . .
mentioned in a paper which Joe carries with hIm. 1....... bUI 01" . . 0
E. SEIBELS, Agt. PRXATOPIZS
Feb. 2, 1859 tf d f$0 prxa' o 5,5)Pieae$,0
LOST out of my wagon between Augusta and .s g a "oo " 91
L the Pine House, Sixty yards of f inch MA- " '4,00 i 80
NILLA ROPE. The finder will please let me ~ "N I ,11
know where to send for it, and thereby much ob- " "2Jar.......... 0,10
lige me. A. JONES. - _ __
___________________________ WhEAY TINET R1E 0 EVERY NIN; TICKTES.
5DCirainamesmtnttt ISa tme ?Ananet'e wi .
*~ tonui tc TeroaoC'E'DnAw~ri.
1 P ri z e of ~ . .. . . . . . . . .9GS0 1 lPri e of .. . . . . . . . h1 . n1
req esedseprset hem prpely a~ stdifo1 u ata , ......... 1 00 itt "r........S:t
paym nt; and tho e idebed o sid st~ ~ w1I " o ......---. of44 i 0 "hl Ti -es ...-------- .0
pfease cme forwad and..ttle.witout.dela. 0 , ".. ----... a --- t
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rzes o raa 4uwAprxa' aon5d0 Prize wilre sent6to
TUE TAT OFSOUII ARO-"'Ich4er"inne i0ot eae t" 24,00 w " 1,20
e thi Po' 25le Colt "u 10,ta " e.0
Feb Sa Dftit T Ill prizes o iOanmo utn ltpi to.............t3, 00 :te til
- hraS . rfihat phl tgefr Circu~olr :-hing a the upula time otteries.wl
--t'r t Allipelrslos, hang allan ci u the IO TIV e iO u C ORP. S weivingT..Tlse ho rfi
late ~ o en ltits Ia C .mwd.s ll be atOLh hthe
reqesed apterefnore rope y an (mor aaesw len1 tyir -il hoehyhr
painad thse iendebtedito ofi te i ls f Thke of. an or-itle' Tikuts,. lie........i I a
pease toe ndappard bn efore wi.tou et day'- 1vmlt'i.Ps"Oic Sbingualr~t " or..... thi Ei1
a J . H H U G H Ss E x 'o ra noa " 1 0 g th . .. . . . . 1
Cour Hos, alpons neted of eindyvid-, ti o y Orer forTickr I i r ortl~e red
shoywicausewflanto setle by th 15th Fbrauhulydsr ca WOvOikesdi,g JI anyi Agre tany de
Iob rantoed.J..HUG S-ae
Givn uderWY andaiu sel, his1stda it or, Drawn, 1unbers a (Prie Atlna been.t
TEurithyaro STATE OdSOUT e tAROIan aihA ser OO ?malftly' Ane C1e aniinlntfDl
hi .tt'aumers wl es rt theirr sig'an atie m,.
hudED GEFdIftnE, aD ' DITR CT eh-etr her ~alt of ceCut ariz tate. ieI nildt.wl
of A rc n ORpeden . .. :etember atr every Pize iwldrawn 1k awn payabers:ul
Y ~W. F. DURI1SOE, sqir, rdnayo de. a G. C,.titiannit uner. paicI lmtmedaey.e Mthe
Ge Dstrct +noh e rize t.' hew 'itme r 1tiy damy -ho'
Frteb. of 1 d iisr8on5n al9n sing lar he -.en i m ne'w-1,y tm nil, en:. use T iu M imEs.
and_ _ cha__ t__ e__,_rights __ an cedt 'of Pa aic nai CO j~a Yc wher,-by mTna.' T ickt. n um
el ead Ditr.perbfr e;torx Ordinary Ed e antreevhn
Wor o hesi Disrie, b hle tlignl :. Dominnetnstrictly -orhtii
Coutrs Hou s,iiton 5t d ~ f Fbnay, n al.,n terdiam on fot icktI aerie te to Lt
-shogulase Lif.od an h tte , adii sadceis il itA imtatrationsoud oo , Etif L.)i tcd, AustaNl g, a
nothbe ..gra . laeo ieDsrc frsiror, Wilial Ehtl igt an 'rei., o Atlan ha
Griven und,#erfue ty h eand sal tisnist dal ofi a.re, WOOD'fir, toy Cit Writninor,D ln
Februar, tine eard ofand rd one thuanit eA zi the knuer a red-wn an the wheld'
hudro e and aityneand th~oe ieoreitythrdyar hi e amid ofpteac rize eat eahensir ntiedt, Ori'
o u f tme si n dpendec eiito li h d. sl a DU R ISO E . s 'o.frmmu mad D src. o h m ia
F. , onth859 m ayo Feir ryJ'A ,cht nenh Daiiy lNs. ',chond time pth, dau of (Mhrl~
caisieif mny wh tle aid adm - ---r-in u i and L ou i us e itoc (Ark. True ihm crJat. ii
yss. W. tm ya U oE, umirg ordl*tiary of Ee-~lsty I N tiederDof AR odY.nm tu.am it
cB fladeDitrc - .. F. DURISOE, E quire, On.linaryIS of Ede
Fees nA.1Mey18th applibd 1, 185for
sinulrcceh,- tisdayn cha if iscnd crednitse dEini tror'bns Noticae ndsigua
Pure an. Warryan fthDirc areiday cod v and, tjisrig a fnd'cruluet of tarsl
dcAsod a al tipyo he0 r ~0,etate of the Disric't afres, dceas l erso
'ashes r~hrfrt ie ndOdnduWi K adm nis a l * e ared, .rheraere, tim tteand attorih aulle and
ed, o beand ppea beor m IeorS ent n l e and apea before I me , ur xtOrd
C.J . oa eL otaay o F h \n, Feb.o g2,el on 4lo e Ja .2 ,nSe the 1h 3a fFbur
caI~i n ,wh Juadami rto s udmLtt hwcasi ny h h Aidamlta
AT REDUCED PRICES
AUGUSTA, - GA.
H AS r e. ivea a large and varied supply
.CARPETS, which he wih sell at very lo%
prices; anmong which are
J. Crossley & Son's Rich Volvet and Tapestr;
Bruasels CA RPETS ;
Superior Three-Ply and Ingrain CARPRTS;
ingrain CARPETS, of small figures, for Bel
3-4 and 4.4 VenetLain CARPETS;
CA RPETS for lIlals and Bt I Rooms at 25,37
and 50 cents per vard;
Rich Hearth and Door RUG 3, to ruatcl Carpets
Crumb CLOTIl. by the yard and in patterns ;
Window SH A DES, in a great variety of styles
and some at very low prices;
Endlroidered Laes nud Muslin CURTAINS, 6
new and elegant st leg ;
Rich D.\M ASKS and DEL AINES for Curtains
CORNICES, Curtain BANDS, and STAIl
Orders received for OIL CLOTHS to fit IHall,
and Rooms, at very low prices:
CA RPETS cut and made to fit roons, and ordern
Persons wishing to purchase the above artie's,
are respectfully invited to call and examine the as
Augusta Jan 25 tf 3
DRY GOODS AT COST!
FOR ONE MONTH ONLY.
WILLIAM H. CRANE,
Wishing to sell on' lis present
Large Stock of Goods
Before purchasing a Spring supply, offers them
309or O4n=0 "lato3Mth. O303Mly,
AT COST FOR CASH!
L'iNOW is the time to lay in a supply of Dry
gWCall quick -or you will loose the bargains.
Augusta, Feb 2 4t 4
SOUTHERN SEED STORE.
50 200 BRO .
T THEREADERS OF THE DVERTISER,
I'"1'S will inform my friends that I have the
BES l' assertment of GARDEN SEED ever
,rought to this market. They are froim the cele
rated houses or Landreth and Thorliurni -f this
ountry, and the imported, from Ni!morin of
All who have tried the European know that
hey are superior to our seed as a side by side
ial will prove.
In the DRUG and MEDICINE LINE I can
rve my customers with as good and on terms as
easonable as any House in Augusta.
Feb. 2, tf 4
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE,
WILL attend at the times and places herein
after mentionvd, to collect the State and District
'ax for the year commencing the first day of Octo
t Edgefield, C. II., Monday, 7th February.
'Dr. .1. C. lteadly's, Tuesday, 8th "~
Dr. John lbt-y's, Wedn,-sday 9thl"
" rs. Norris's, Thtursday, littth "
Ge~o. Aed's, Satme evening 3 o'clock.
'A rs. Rhinehart's, Friday, II th "
NIt Welting, Saturday, 12th 4
lliekler'e, Mlonday, 141h "
~ iaad's, TIuesday, 15th "~
P'erry'se, We'dnesday lI uh "
Smith.'s Store, Thursday, 1ish "
Niekenson's, Friday, 18th "
Richardson'.., Saturdty, 1th "
Coopers e. ..Tuesday.. 2-.nd. " .
Rte 's Store, Wednmesd.ty '3rd "
bhurttsmfiel, 'l hursday, '24'h "
1.iherty ilill, Friday, 25th "
- Wifte Hduuse, -Saturday, 2"th -"
Rcky Ponds, Mlonday, 28th "
Mrs. Middkton'u, Senme evening, 3 o'clock.
A. lurgm's, Tueeay, lat March.
Wightman's, S. II. Satme evening, 3 o'cloek.
Colhet'sWednesday 2nd Mlarch.
R.d lill, Sante evening. 2 u''lock.
a loward's, 'Ihursday, 3rd Mlarch.
Cheathamn's Store, Same evening. 8 o'clock.
Strom's Store, Friday, 4th March.
Pleasant Lane. Saturday, f5th"
Edgefield C.11I. Monday, 7th "
Pine House, Tuesday, 15th "
checrukee Ponds, Wed'dnty 16th "
llatnburs, Thtur-day, 1ith "
' eecht leland1, Friay, 1-th "
Graniteville, Saturday, 19th "
IIlather's, Mlonday, 21st "
P lumkett's, Same evening. 3 e'clock.
Lybr.mnd's, Tuesday, 2-ud fslarch.
Ridge, Wed'sday 23rd "
hirs. Allens, Thursday, 24th "
J. S. Smi3ly's, Friday, 25th ''
Dorn's .\lills, Same evening. 3 o'eloek.
r7 Trhe registration of births, deaths, an d marri
es, still required-time from the first or January
SS, to the Irat of .lanuary 1859.
gg Free persons of ceter must matke th--ir re
ras in March, or they are sub'j,.et to double Tax.
T HEOPIlIL US JuIMAN, T.Ctt...
January 26, 1859 9it 3
I lE Creditorsoef JENRtY I-.1iIILL,dceased,I
Claimbi untder the deed of AFsigtnent, for
heir bentefite him execui ed In his life tune, are
ands to thte Sub~scrib~er .tn orbfor he 2Uth day
A pril next.
A-d the said Cre-litors are hereby n otilmed toe be
id apear at Edgelee1 Court house, on the (lay
ove mentione~d, at whichm time and place, a fiutal
striution among thenm will be miade, of all attd
ognlar thte-assigned etfects and estate of te said
1. H. HIL L, remnveting in the htands of~ the Sub
ribr, pursuantt to the provisions of the said deed.
Jan 18 Smo 3
)ANA WAY Ironm the Subscriber's Plantation,
Iin Edgefield District, a Negro mnwn neamed
LLLKN. said Allen is about 6 feet 2 inches in
eight, yellow complexion, and about 23 years of
go. When he left Ite wore a small pair oef whiskers.
le lhas a mnothter itn thtis City; a brthber in 1lam
mug attd two broethers at Mr. Pleasanit Searls,
-nii N upp"'ed to bo lurking about Augusta
I will give the abmelV reward for hs udelvery. to
re, or his safe conftment, it thte Ikigelleid or
MI~L~I1 Jal. ALKX. Sil.GPlTON, Jr.
Agustat, Jan 19 Slt 2
r I'"""bscriher gesires to hire a No. 13B." t, ant
Shoe Mlaker for the entsuintg year to loer
at or near Chiappell's I epot- I will make o'
ropositins to act as co-partner wth any ;
of veracity atnd btetady habits, po'+essimg
same timte good skill as a Boot anid shoe I
I have been solicited at repeated times, an,
'y concluded tom act as co-partner or oth
Any parsoa desIring to engage itt bust
this kind will do we I to take adivantago
advertietent. P. WV. CH A PPI
Feb 1, S
I OOK~ OUT 1--Those itndebtedl to
find their Notes i.i the hands of Moragne &S
Addi.<n, who are instructed to tmake the mnonte~
ai soon as pos ble. Those wishing tai save cos',
atn do so by paying~ before Retnrm, day.
A. 13. AI)DISON.
Jan 12 .41*
LL COTTON4 RAGS WANTED, foi
.which cash will t/e paid by
S. E. BJOW,ERS, A gt.
hamburg. Febe. 2, tf -. 4
N OT ICE- All persons indebted to Dr. .J. 3
HENilmhlSON, either bey note or accout
ar earestly requi stei to settle up the same b
the 1oth of next mottth, (Feruary) as I am an.
inus to close the uoctor's bu-iness that I have
hand. M. M. P ADGE~T, Agent.
h...... r, la r 9o 61 52
The Gro er ef a. e
- SEWING MACHINES
IS UNIVERSALLY PREFERRED
KOR SEWING !
1st. It is more .imple and easier k: pt in order
than any other machine.
2nd. It muake a soam which will not rip or rarel,
if every third 'itch is cut.
3d. It sews from two ordinary sponl, and thus
all trouble of winding thifead is avoided,. while the
same machine can be adapted at pleasure, by a
mere change of spool. to all varieties if work.
4th. The same machine runs silk. linen thread,
and common.spool cotton, with equal facility.
5th. The seam is as. elastic as the mot elastic
fabric, so thit it is free from all liability to break
in washing, ironing, or otherwise.
0th. The Stitch made by this maehine is more
beautiful than any other made either by hand or
A new supply of these celebrated machines, of
all the leading . ittern, just received by
M. A RAN.zO\,
Agent for the manufacturers.
COPY OF LETTERRECEIVED FROM RON JAS. IL.
WASHINOTON, Dec. 11, 1858.
Sia: In reply toyourletter asking my opinion of
Grover & Baker'- Sewing machines, I take pleasure
in saying that they have more than answered my
expectations, after trying and returning others.
I have.three of them in overation on my difler
ent places and after four years trial have no fault
to find. Yours, Respectfully,
J. II. IIA MMOND.
To M. A. RAsso;.Esq., Hamburg, S. C.
COPY OF LETTER F 1RM.RJONATHAN M. MILLER.
,uBEc1 IANrA,,;.C.,,Dec. 18 h, 1858.
A I -11t i e Baker's Sewingr
machine, L take'&ast1e in saying that after using
it four months 1chss gtven entire satisfaction. it
is simple and easy to understand, and has never
been out of order. My wife had no difflcul-y in
in.structing a servant in the use of it. I am fully
persuaded that no invention of the age is more
worthy the attention of the public than that of
Very Respectfully yours.
JONATHAN M. MILLER.
JiMA Reduction of one half the usual price is
made to all Ministers of the Gospel A ho have
'Families, and to all Religious or Charitable So
cieties where the Machiles are to be used for pur
poses of Charity.
Hamburg Dec. 29, 19B. tf 51
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC, &c., &c.
T~IIE Subscriber after returning thank. to their
. friends in EDGEFI ELD and adjoining Dis
triets, for their liberal patrnae durina the last
ten years, would inform thoem that they still con
tinue to keep oi han.I a large assortment of
from the clebrated manufastories of R AVEN BA
CON & CO , I!A ZEI.LTON, BROS., and A. U.
GA[L E & CO., New York-.for whom they are sole
Agents. These Instruments having already won
suc~h far famed celebrity, it is only necessary for us
to repeat that for atrenagth. drability and finish,
together with power, dcklh, stoeelnaess and soft
ness of bone, they ebaallenage competition. Persona
wat aga supe~r
wotul.l dlo much better to cal! and select from a large
assortment, than by denlin 'th Pedlars and Agents
or itnferiar ;akers. wh. v. ..4,- have nu choice, and
have often to pay higher prices for in'-erior lnstrtt
mets, thtan fitne ones of superior makers can be
bought for. Every PIANO FORTE soldI by us is
warranted in every respeot, so the purchaser runs
no risk whatever. Perrsons ordering from a distance
'rim us can depend upon getting a GOOD AR
TICLIC, as we make it a point to keep goods of the
best qu-lity and such as we can recommend and
wrrant in every resapect.
The'r stock of MUIC4 is very large nnd they
are constantly receiving all new pieces as they are
published. GUITA R and- VIOLIN STRINGS of
the best quality alway~s on hand.
They. would also call attention to their large
School and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery
nd otlir arti'-h s.-A LSO
Alwnys on hand the lairgest assortment in the State
of G'U I TA R S, VIoLINS, A CCORDKiONS,
iqUES, FL AGROL ETS, VI1OLIN DOWS, &c,
and every artic~le of blusical Nlerchaandise.
Carhart's and Needamaa'santd Prince'secelebrated
ACCORIDEONS and VIOLiNS repaired in the
All of the above articles'sold at low prices for
Cas or City acceptances by
GEO. A. OATES & BROTIIER.
Broad Street, Agusta Ga., between U. S., and
A pril 7 1858 tf 13
PM. PENN has on hand a full assortnment
. of Garden sKEED, whicht he warrant~ pure,
fresh and genuine. t
Jan 201 ___f____ .3_
LOST or mislaid a promssory Note on J. h.
.3Bell, Marshal Faulkoer,*and Elij glh Faulkner,
for Two Ilundredl and sixty-seven Dollars and '76
eents, payable to J. F. C. Settle, or bearer, twelve
months alter date, with interest from date, and da
ted the 2(0th Septembr, 1858.
All peras-m are f.,rewarnedi from tradin.g for Mad
Note, andI atny info~rmation concerning it, wti Ihe
bttikfuliy rs ceived. alNCIlAI[ T
Dunkawsvi ic, Jan, 2!, 169i tf 3
\V basiness, we will, froma~ hias daie, sell otir
NTIR-. NT(IUK of DH-1.4lAliI!lC 1ERCIIAN
ISE at Plu~E C' ST lIWC A Ii.
rew (Goods for the New Year,
.A with ;a niew and1 trea.ha supply ,,f i ry Go mnls
ladware, tjr,,eries, Shaoes, ana~l anay olher deisi
ruble Goods, suitedl to the seaas'i. I lie Sta. k ia
a.w cumplete aand readiy. fur the trasde fVar the ane
year, ad will bie foutnd equtal to any in the miket
'IThe Deblie atre resptctfutlly invited to enll am
get good .irgaians. A;l orders will be promptly an
cart fu lv executed.
. Jan.'26 tf. __3
-NOTICE--.\ll person hiavine c'ahans agains
the Estato of it. R. pnn dlecasedl, are rc
quested to hand them iin, piroperaly attested to th
undersignaed; and lhOsei indetetd 1.o said EstatA
i wil please" pay up at an early date.
JAS. A. DOZIER, Adm'or.
Jn. 20, 186 t [
ESTES & CLARK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
OFFRR for sale on the most Favorable TERMS,
'75 Bales Ueavy Gunny BAGGING ;
300 Whole and half Coils ROPE;
200 Baas Rio, Laguira and Java COFFEE
25 Hlids New Crop SUGARS;
100 Bbls. Clarfied a.UGARS, A B. and C;
25 " Crushed- and Powdered SUGAR;
300 Whole and I1alf Boxes CANDLE4;
150 Boxes TOBACCO, various biands;
50000 SEGARS, assorted Brands;
200 Kegs NAILS, assorted;
1000 Saeks SALT. in twilled Secks,
300 Bbls Planting POTATOES;
200 Whole.Half and Qr. Bbls. MACKERRL;
50000 L.bs. Bacon SIDh.$ and .HOULDERS;
200 Bbis. Fresh Thomaston LIME;
200 BbIs. LIQUORS anid WINE ;
3000 Ilemlock sole LEATHER;
25 Bales Heavy O.NABURG ;
BUTTEB, CHEESE, LARD, FEOUR.
Augusta, Jan 4, 8m 62
Ridge Land for Sale.
I 'HR Subscriber desirous of changing his place
of residence, offers for sale his
VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION
Consisting of FIVE hUNDRED ACRE., and
lying immediately on the Columbia and Edgefield
On the premises are a fine one story ITouse, with
basement, and all necessary out huilding,-all
new. Also, an excellrnt well of water, a very su
perior Orchard and Vineyard, consisting of a great
variety of fruits, a fine Garden, shrubbery, &c.
Plantation in fine repair,-every field having a
new well painted gate. Plantation advantageously
watered, &c., &c.
Nov. 24, 1868 tf 46
Residence for Sale,
T IE undersigned oflers for sale the residence
or his mother. (Mrs. P. M. u-rULa) locatcl
in the village or Edgefield. The liouse is in good
repair. has all the necessary out buildings, and is
LOUDON BU 'LER.
Jan. 12, ti I
Y Virtue of-the Wit f ugh Robertson, de
Beeased, I will sell at his late reskdence in
nmuneI of t eronal property as it will take to
satiy the mandsl against the Estate of the said
Hugh Robertson, dee'd.
The Negroes a-e likely. So are also the stock
of Cattle, &c.
Terms made known on ilay of sale.
J. W. IPS00.MBx'or.
Jan 0 3L 3
B virtue of an order from Chancellor Ward
'B law. I will sell at Cheatham's store, on Thurs
day, the 18th lay of February, atl o'clock A.MI.
TWO LIKELY NEGROES,
a woman about 22 years old and her child Henry
4 or 5 years old.
Txn-s-On a credit until the 25th day of De
cember next, with interest from day of sale. Ex
cept a small amount which will 'lae required in
cash, sufficient to pay expenses of sale. The pur
chaser will be required to give note with at least
two good sureties.
D. D. Blrunson, Guardian.
Feb 2,___ _ 2t 4 ,
(SCGAR COA TED,)
AIl.E MADEl To)
CLEANSE THE BLOOD AND CURE THlE SICK.
Invawillde, Fathers, Mottiers, PlaysIcIans,
Philanthropits, read their Effects,
ad judge of their Virtues.
FOIL TIlE CURE OF
Headache, Sick Hleadache,Foul Stomach.
Da..T. C. Avrn. Sir: I have been'rsepeatedly cutred sof
thr wunet henda~rce nny botly ennt havre Iy a sdose or tw~o .
of snnr P'ilha. It teceno' tostriCejrtlm a fpul itontachi. wihichl.
they catnsO at osure. If they~ will cure others as they do
mc, thie Ole iwiortht knnwinig.
Yours with great respect, R'D. W. PREDLF.,
C~erk of Memer L~arimn.
B~ilous Disorders and Liver Complaints.
DxE.tNENT or in INTanlOR, ),
wasNiIxuTOY, Di. C., 7 Feb., 185d.3i
Sina: I l:nvo tuseil younr Pitll. in mly general atI lsospiital
practice ever eince you made thsefn, iund ennnot hesitate to
ay hey a the beet rathartic we em lo. Their regu
lating action on the firer is quick and ,lei d. consequtent
ly they are an ndenirnblIe remedl for dlernigementtn of that
organ. Indeecd. 1 have seltom tunid a case of b,ious die
ue so obltilnta that It did not rendily ield to thern.
Fraternally yours, AWS0 DALL, 3I. D.,
1%sitcian of the Marine Hospital.
Dysentery, Relax, and Worms.
Pos'r Urrier, 1l.art:.51,, Liv. Co., 3licit., Nov. 16, 1155.
Ui. ArEa: Your Pills arec the perfection of mediicinse.
They have stone my wife nmors good than I can tell you.
Ste had~ been stick aiit pininig aiway%r mnonths. Went
ot t,, be dloctored at rent expense, but got no better. She
then cornmenced talng your PI'lls, whIch noon cured lie.r,
h expellinig lage quantItIes of worms (denad) fronm her
osty. Thley n ferwardls curecd her and ouir two children
of ltody dysenstery. One sof our netihbors had it badl.snd
st twite cured him with, two doses of your P~ills, while
trs around us paid fromn five to twenty dotllars doctors'
hills. and lost much time. without beltsg cured enstirely
eeit. Such a m~edicline a,' yours, which is actually
gotd and honest, wilt be trei hiFFIN ste.fr
Indigestiont and Jmpurity of the Blood.
ans Rer. J. Y. Hlimes, lustar of stiru~t Church, Bost..a.
Da. Arsan: 1 linte usesi your Pills with extraordinnry
suress Insmy famnily and among thtnsed anm called to visit
i distress. To regulsate the orgns of digeettion and Imrl
ft teo boosd they are the very best remedy I hsave ever
k iown, and 1 can counfdently recomnind thsem y
i riends. Yours, J. V. lll -
WAUsAW, Wresuca Co.. N. Y., Oct. 24,1855S.
Dia Sm: I ant u~sing your Cathartic PIlls in my prsc.
tIce, and Snd themt an excellent purgative to cleanse the
system and purify the fountains of the blood.
JOllN 0. ME.ACIIAM, M. D).
Erysipelas, Scrofula, King's Evil, Tetter,
Trumors and Salt Riheum.
From a J1.rtcardef Mlerclant qf .2.Louis, Mb. 4.1856.
Da. ArEa: Your PIlls aro the paragon of all that is
grt in medicinte. They have cured my little dausghiter
of cerouS sores upon hser hnta ::dfmttask "P"
her har Afttr gr cld as r uro h also trie yur
Pills, andl th~ey h~ave cured her. AA OtlIDE
Iheumatism, Neuralgla, and Gout.
F.o the Era. Dr. holu c.e, of the Jielwdist .Epis. Church.
JPC.Ass: House, SavaSIAn. GA., Jan. 6,1856.
IooltzD Sun: I shoul be untgratefu~l for the relIef your
skl le na b ht meif I did not reor my cas oya
Ns tinl :~udlt Ilhad the beet of pysatis th dsn s
eitagis i latitol~ r. 5lachketn i, I trie yourl'
use of theni, I amn now entirely well.
s EwArE C ANn, llAo ITOocoE, IaA., 5 Dec., 1F55.
D. Anrtn: 1 have been enttirely ctured by your P'iils of
R heutatic Gout -a painful disease that Itd aflcte in.
for years. ICbTLDLL
For Dropa, Plethora, or kindred Com
cat, eg i an active purge, they are an excel
For Costiveness or ConstIpationi, and as
a Diner PIll, they are agreeable antd effectual,
ness, bare been cured bsy the alteraite action of thess
ie sinf thes Pills In mtarket contain Mereury. which, als
tl utnga e satssnshir retedy itt skillftitltIraibu, is dhanigerous
i t a t.e.l ie .ill. frsain th~e drnsdfutl rtoSSlinen~cses tint. ftre
tsttti i toll,,s irit,naii use. 1 hse coutttih 1no tie''
c rtiI'0 et iiineral sttlstante ii bitiever.
AYEI'S ciERRIY PECTORAL
F'OlI 'ylE ltA1lb CRT.O
Cat'Giis, CoLD5, 110AitSEKl~" ES4 4Lt!'
hI' Cs fir isfnis tial vIitglI555a tari etoh
,,ne Itt t,,in str d. we havet abundislwt groutnds to
ispisn teta n ,pregn m-dot etses nusere liven b~y the east
itlstit it l ..tt thasn themna it entres. Keep it b~y
vott "P 'l I~r hn ~ is wbile they are ernvlste. itor nseg
leet.ihsna eslnr o ,tit s stltti r1 namaster the itnexorab'le
aettlu ttst nui not human Ihl, vi dsets your lif. away.
All kiW *lt ,ratfs f, liy sof lung sdhn slr.anIs
they know tsn ithe vlrtue lit tis remed te bestit can
methat. 'to ni.ar th e t it rae tolil to produce it the
tbe. ' jwrfspr o,al. nstd un are.fovil thoe who rely on
t tI Ler .lel wt.1h oitr ,kll at furniils for theIr cure.
PR EPA RED BY DRI. J, C. AYER,.
Pratiall and Analytical Chemist, L5I~ol5**
. . PENN and DRS. A. 0. & T. J1. TEAGUE,
Elgefieldl C. IH.; A. J. PE LL ETIE R & CO., ~am
burg adti by all sdealers in medicine. WYholesale '.
JIVILAND, CHICHESTElR A CO., Augusta,
C. eries of- a
VALISES, CARPET BAGS,
ITemlock and Oak Sole LEATHER;
French, American and German CALF SKINS;
Liningr Binding and Top SKINS;
Shoe Lasts, Shoe Peas, Shne Threads;
Shoe Tools, Boot and Shoe Materials of every
Tarners' Tools, &c.
0 Orders promptly attened to.
Augusta, Jan 18 9m* 2
TOTTCE is hereby Riven, that I have appointed
E. PxxN, my lawful Agent, to attend to and
,settle up all the busini ss connected with the Es
tates of Peter F. Laborde, dec'd, and Sarah La
All the notes on.] accounts due the said Estates,
are left in his hands for collection, and all persons I
in anywise indebted to said Estates, by note or i
totherwire, are hereby requested to make payment
of; the same to miy said Agent.
Edgefieled C. II., Jan. 10, 1.%9. lin 2
Pi'oposals for CoRveyig the lails
a ON ROUTES IN Tfir
STATE OF SOUTH C
FROM JULY 1, 1S59, TO JU.N
OST OFFICE DEPARTM JI T'f
jj~6I;8.%S illI) erecolvctf d
0111ce of this Departirent u
eaturday, April 2, 1369, for conve
of the United States for four yea
July 1, 18559, and ending June :
State of South Carolina, on the re
schedules herein speified.
Decisions antounced by April
(Biddere till examiine carofully
.%tructio,4 unne.red, anid also the
the pamnpnl.et r "py of thim irulerti
at the princirtpal P'ost OQjices.)
5601 From Kingsville, by Ma
Mayesville, Lynchburgh, 0
ville, Florence, Mar's B.
Mullin's Depot, Gilchrist's
Fair Bluff, (N. C.,) Cerrt
Store, Whitesville, Green
Robinson's and iucklebe
171 miles and back, twice uity.
Leave Kingsvillo daily at 5.30 p Im and 5.15
' a it
Arrive at Wilmington by 3 a in and 2 p in;
Leave Wilmington daily at 6 a m and 8.15 p m;
Arrive at Kingville by 3 p m and 5.15 a ..
5602 From Kingaville, by Fort Motte, St. Mathews,
yamnisoni, Orangoburgh C. H., Bower's Pomp,
BJranchville,.Midway, Bamnbery, Graham's Turn
Out, Blackville, Mims, Williamston, White
Pond, Windsoar, Woodward, Aiken, Granite
yille, Thath, and IHamburg, to Augusta, (Ga.,)
117 miles and back, twice daily; with branches|.
-1st, from Kingsville by Wateree, Statoburgh, ti
and Boykin's Depot, to Camden, 31 nmils anid
back, daily ; 2d, frome Kingsville, by Gladsden
and H[opkins's Turn Out, to Columbia, 27 JA
miles and back, twice daily, 3d, from Branch- C
yille, by lteevesville, St. Georges, Elmnvillo, jc
Rtidgeville, Jedburgh, Summnerville, and Dan..
ner's X R.inds, to Charleston, 64 milts and
back, founr times daily.
Leave .Kingsville daily at 3.20 p in and 6.45 I
Arrive at Augusta by 11.15 p mn and 1.15 p m;j
Leave Augusta daily at 10 a in and 8.15 p mn;j
Arrive ut lKingsville by 4.50 p m and 4.40 a a.
Leave Kingaville daily at 5 p m;'
Arrive at Camoden by 7.50 p m;
Leave Camden daily at 3.40 a in;
Arrive at Kingsville by 6.35 a in.
Leave Kingaville daily at 5.55 a in and 5.10
p m; .
Arrive at Columbia by 7.15 a m and 7 p in;
Leave Columbia daily at 4.30 a m and 1.80
Arrive at Kingsville by 6 a at and 3 p m;
Leave Branchville daily at 9.20 a mn, 2.20 p a,
6.20 p m, and 1.30 aim;
Arrive at-Charleaton by 1.30 p in, 8 p in, 11.30
p mn, and 5.50 a in;
Leave Charleston daily at 5.15 a in, 10 a in, 2
p mn, and 8 p in;
Arrive at Branchville by 9.05 a in, 2 p m, 6 p
mn, and 1.05 a in.
5603 from Mainchester to Fulton, 9 miles and back,
'three times a week.
Frona let "f at prii to 30th Seteber.
Lenre Manchester Monday, Wednesday, and1
Friday at 7 am;
Arrive at Fulton by 9 a m;
Leave Fulton Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
at 10 a in;
Arrive at Manchester by 12 mn.
From 1.t October to 3i Iat Marchi.
Leave Manchester Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday at 8 a mn;
Arrive at Fulton by 10 a in;
Leave Fulton Monday, Wednesday, and Friday[
at11 a m;
Arrive at Manchester by 1 p mn.
5604 From Sumter, by Privateer, Paeksville, Friend
ship, Wright's Bluff, Clarendon, Manning,
Elrewington, and Plowden's Mills, to Sumter
equal to.391 miles and back, twice a week.
to Salem;, 31 miles and back, onese'BA"":c.
Leave Sumter Wednesdny at 6 a an;
Arrive at Salem by 6 p mn; e
Leave Salem Thursday at 6 a in; t
Arrive at Semnter by 6 p m...
,606 Fronm Sumter, by Flowerton, Mechanmesville,
and Mill Grove, to IiishopvlleO, 24 miles and
back, twice a week.
Leave Sumater Monday and Thursday at 1 p mn;
Arrive at Bihopville by 7 p m;
Leave Bishopville Monday and Thursday at 6
Arrive at Sumter by 12 in
Ilids to extend to Lydia are idvited.
507 From Lynchbur:;h. by Shiloh, Bethlehem, and (
New Zion, to Sandy Grove, 23 miles and back,t
once a week.
Leave Lynchburgh Saturday at 6 a in;
Arrive at Sandy Grove by 12 mn;
Leave Sandy Girove Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at Lynebsburgh by 7 p mn'.
508 From Tinmnonaville, by Sparrow Swamp, Au
4irews Mille, and Woodehop, to Gully, 22 mIles
and back, once a week,
Leave Timmuonaville Saturday at 4 a in;
Arrive iat (Gully by 11 a i
Le~tve Gutlly Sattirdsy at 12 ini
Arriye at Tiunntnsille by 7 p in,.
5600~ Vrom Viorenve, by Darlinyhm 1' IL,, ratd c,1
ty t~~1' tobteraw 40 tillies :thd back, dlaily.
lIuen'e 1:Loftnce daily' at 9 40 p mn;
Arri!(e at th'af.*4 est ays by 0.30 a in;
* iieava Cherawdally at 10 a ,
A rrive at FI.rence by 12 n.'
.-'-"- Mal~ri ia('. II.,..by, tiumn Swamp Reedy
.'Tnni' IEridge, Qu'ensrlIe, (N. C-.) an'd
Cow per Ilill, to, tailopulis, 62 miles and back,
once ni week.
Leave Mariean C. 11., Tuiesday at 8 a m:
Arrive at ililopolla next day by 31 p mg
-Leave Gilopolis Thursday at S a m ;
Arrive at Marion. C. 11., next da.y bsy 6
5612 From Marion C. 11., by Centenar
1iritton's Neck , and Oakton
equal to 28 miles and b,
Leave Marion C. IL., I
Arrive at Marion C.
5013 From St. Ma
.64rt In. R
p'A) orahall be' .gt
making unnecesrytiofse; or ee
ing, trusinglndecent or profhne la eIn
,f the streets, lanes or alleys of kiid Tw1,
be lawful, and It is hereby enjoined as a du Tup
)n the patrol companies and the Marshall of sai
rown, to arrest such Negro so offending, and in
lict upon his or her bare back twenty lashes.
Svc. 3 And be it further ordained, That if
my Negro Slave or Free Person of rolour shall he
ound with spirituous liquoss In his or her posses
ion, or sliall be found intox cated, within the cor
orste limits of said Town, it shall be lawfukdfr
ho Patrol Company, then on duty, or for the
larsball of said Town, and they are hereby to
Luired to arrest such Negro and lodge hin or her
U Jail, unles the negro having Spirituous liqnora
n his or her possesion shall satisfy such Patrol
)ompany or the Mlarshall of said Town that lie
:ame in possession of said spirituous liquors by
ithority from his owner or employer.
SECT. 4. And be it furLAer ordained, That it
hall be tWe duty of the Marshall of said Town, to
ierfori patrol duty every Sunday, and lie is here
oy empowered and required to arrest and lodge
i Jail, as a runaway, any Negro Slare uhom lie
lay find within the corporate limits of said Town
rithout a pas, 1rerided the owner or employer
f said negro resides without the corporate limit#
f said Town.
By order of Council,
S. B. GRIFFIN Int.
Feb. 2. 1859 3 t 4
14-LIT Uil? r-pUV? Qi1i112.RM~bi.
.. 0r ue above VAJUAnLU-. -
I am also always in the market (at Sibley's Cor
r,) for purchasing Cotton, and will pay the
ighest market price for flue Cottons.
For the above Medicine apply to
R. L. GENTRY, Agt.
HIamnburg, Jan 25, 1889, ly 8
ALE AND LIVERY STABLE,
pfHE Eubscriber respectfully informs the ctti
L-zens of Edgefieldl and the travelling public,
at lie has leased the large and comnodiou,,
.ST.\I1LLI. AND STOCK LOTS,
.tt~achaed to the, House recently known as the
arolina lIoftel, and is now prepared for the ac- .
nmmo~ation of .- 5 -
IIORSES, STOCR, &c. --
11is iersonal attention will be given to the Sci
les, and nersonas leavina their llorses i his-care,
tay rest satisfied that they will receive 'The beat
reatmnent lie solicits the travelling commtunity'
>ie him a trial, as he desires to convince all
ban It will be to their interest to entrust their
orses to his charge. -
. DiO0VERS can also be accommodated with thes
est arranged Lots for the safo keeping of their
The Subscriber will always keep on hand a
umber of HORME'6 atnd VE HICLES, which he
i hire out at reasonable prices. Persons wish.
ng conveyance from Edlgefield elsewhere hare
uly to leave 1,heir orders with the Subscriber.
T. J. WHITAKER.
Jan 19 tf 2
STATE~ OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PLE AS.
\V ILL1AM b. LLOYD, who is in tit eus.
V . tody of the Sheriff of Edgefield Distriet,
y virtue of writs of C'apias ad respond~endurni,
he said William B. Lloyd having before his ar
esut undter said writs first executed bail bonds to
Lewis Jones, Sheriff; in due form, with Samiuel
frooks as his hail, and aftrwards having been eur
endered to the Sheriff by his bail, issuing out of
he Court of Common Pleas, for this 'District. at
he suits of Henry Schoonmaker and William B. ,
orn, and others, having filed in my office, together
vith a Schedule, on oath, of his estate and effecta,
us petition to the Court of Common Pleas, pray
g that hes may be admitted to the benefit of t4e
Acts of the General Assembly, made for th, relief
,f insolvent debtors, it is ordered, that ,tesuid
Tenry Schoonmaker and William B P a4
'o the said Court, at Edgefleld Court House, en
uesday the eighth day of Mlarch next, to show
mese if any the~y can,, why the prayer of the poti
on aforEsaid should not be granted.
*TIIOS. Cr. BACON, c.e.o.
SClerk's Ofiee,'ith Dec. 1858. Ste 49.
~SATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
E~DG EFlElD DISTRICT,
EIORGE WEST, who Is in tho custody ofihe
INSheriff of Edgelield D~istrict, by virtue of a
rit of Capias ad Satisfaciendum, at the suit of
eorge A. Stockm..n, having'filed in my ofilee,
aether with a )scherdule on oath of his estate &tad,
fects, his petition to the Court of Common Plas,
rayig that lie may be admitted to the benefits
f the A cts of the General Assembly made for the
elief of Insolvent debtors, It is Ordered, That
lie said Gestge A. Stockmnon and all other crodi
ors to whom the said ,George West is in any wise
ndoted, ho, and they are h-ereby summuonoed, and
ave notice to appear la-fore the said Court at
hlienlell Contv' house, en Tuesday the e'lrhith day
:f airch ntext, to show ca'e if anly theyi cant,
thr th -pravur of the pterttm nftcz:.l in nbd
tht h grnteld. Ti 1,04 .1.W00, l;.C.1
Clerk's Oflert, !tee.-1; l858. late 49
ST.ATE OF SoUT H CA RoLINA
- EDGEP1'irn hiIs'JIllCT.
S0ortSeii( tenBS Bae long Fiends,
A ND T
PUNCTUALITY IS THE LIFE~ OP,3USI
'eberi tak..sAblrsportunityof 55)1mg
er ,that long elpert
an be sue