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PEL tTIER A CO.
AECEIVED A LARGE LOT
kiE WHITE LEAD,
00 LIVER OIL,
GARDE SEEDS, &c., &c.
All of whieb are m'ale on the most reasonable
terms. We solict Lcal
PEL. .0Z& CO., DruggIsuss
Hamburg, Feb . 2m 6.
JOT TO HiIE WORLD I
SHALL E-TBE RGER'S
Fever and&gue Antidote I
E GREATEST DISCOVERY IN THN
for Curingpver and Ague, Chills and
Never known to fail. For sale by
PELLU'IRR a CO., Druggists.
,Feb 16 2m 6
of Sikth Carolina,
IN. OAD14AR Y.
'. Mathis and wife,
HarrisonaGuardian ad1- r.
. and Saaih iluilton.
or fl Ordina bx dge
o the 8 day March
. .ACT OF LAND of the
milton. dec'd., situated in
n the waters'of Rocky Creek, we
nah River, bounding ou lands of Jas.
L. G. Holloway, G. C. Mlayson and
'ng two huudred and seventy-fivo
-more or les,
a a credit until the 1st October,
hasersto give-Hond with good perso.
and a Mortgage to the Ordinary to
chase money. Costs to be paid in
pay jostites extra.
JAMES EIDSON, 9s.n
te ortuth Carolina,
- cob Timmnerman, Gnardian, For Par.
ad litem of Franklin Tlien
werman and olhts, minurs.J
Tan order fromW. P. Durisoe Esq., Ordina
Aty of Edgeflold %District, I a4Il pruiceed to
sell at Edgefiold C. H., on Tuesday, the 8th day of
?1arch bext, for? on, a part of the tract of.
land of theEatate of #ohn Timmernman, deceased,
situatod \in said laistrc, on the waters of Turkey
Creek, waters of Saanah River, bounding on
lands of John McMqu, David Harlinag, Anthony
Onats and othors, dotaining fifty (60) acres
more or less.
!'anxs Or, SaLEs- a a credit until the first day
lter nexa... P. chaser to give 'jond andod
Ordin to secureSd purchaso money. Cost to
bo paid 'cash, and~also to pay for Titles extra.;
-JAMES EID8ON suan.
Februry 1859. \ ' 8te 8
STATE OF ,0\T H CAROLINA,
Y W. . DURS , Equire, Ordinary of Edge.
Wheasa Scarboronk Bradwater bath applied to
me for tuersof Admiitration, de bo~aia NO., with
theswiltannexed, on a nd singular the goods and
ehatlessitlhts and credits of John Bailey. late of the
Tefr, therefore,'te cits and adnmonish all and
gua the kindred ad creditors of the said de
d,I be and appear before mae. at our mext Ordi
's ourt for the said District, to be holden at
Court House, on thet 4th day of Mlarchs
aow canse, ifany, why the said admuinistra
not be graunted.
der my band and seal, this 14ah dayof
mikhe year'of our Lord one thouuand'eight:
fifty nine, and in the eighty-thiraf year
ldpneW. F. DUISOE, o.m~n.
- 2: 6
ID FALL & WINTER
O T HING.
their thanks to .their naumerits
and customers for their liberail pattroa
to assure them that they ar- e a
THELARGEST AND REST
the C, at prices below lasty.
e in'saditike the LARGEST SteE
ut, all of our 4~mmake.
We invite odw friends in Edgeield- and the
tuing Districts, to gile our St.'ek an examii
'om. We ste always aniouato exhibit our GiI
and are eenfldent thatte QUALITY and PRIC$
*of our Clothing must glie satisfaction.
Augnsta, Sept. 22, -tf 37
* LEWIS, TIE BARBER,
EsPECTFULLY informs' th4 jgentleme of
EJdgeleld that ho still contindos the businmt
athis old tanad, in rear of Messa.Candyh
Swen's Store, wher, he will leasedto i
his tonsorial attention to alwho may favrru
with their patronage.
He -ha. now .e 10t of A~ ZOE,SCIi
80s. BlW REFPBRFU3ItKY, dec., with
Shave, wus e, Trim' Hair, &e$
In the moat -pr~dsties, and-writh .desputch..
G0ive LX8aB trial, and ynwill bie pleraseI(
N-TIE All pehsonas havinelaimns aa
the Estate of. James 8. Colenaien, -d'.,a
herelby notified to render them in bythe 1st da
1t$59.-otherweise their' note and accounts wi posi
tively be d,-lirrd. And those indebted to said
Estaste meu4 pay uPthe 10th Fdebrasary next, er
they will uwut ssunredl be comapelle& to pae cs.
- BEbNEtIPE~RRY, Adn,'e.
June 9 9.'. 22Q
~ ay up or be- Btied !
LLPersons indebted to me by e.te'er Bool
Acc.unt, are earnestly rtques~ed to eow4
trard and settle up; and to those who have
g nglected to pay up,1 would, isat if te
an~t~epOi too ey may e1x be waite
.ela colelg Oicer. A word to the wise
i~sefldent lWM. BILL.
iabr, Jan10 2am I
T IJLattend at the Ordinary'EOd bn Tu
. ',ay 3rd, fors a fnal settlement rhe L'
late *W. Culbreth, Sr., deeo.sead. All'pe~
inssd arett requested ti, attendJ at thatitaeme and
place. 's II. C. CULt ETfl, Ex'or.
GO NO LOI
ICH.English Velvet Carpeting, En
LLEnlih Wire Brussels, Sci
English Brusssels, He
(lhe abobte Goods are selected expressly for this
FOR Halls, Entries, Rooms, &c. We have n
Floor Oil.Cloths, 12, 18 and 24 feet, wide, 1
and at as low a price as the same quality of Gio
Al6-4,4, 6-4 and 8;4 Floor Oil Cloths-'good,G
W E have now on hand and just received, s
plain, gold border basket centre, gold boi
any quantity,-plain panel bordered Shades, and
offering to our customers -and -the public gener
from $2 to $12 per pair, all trimmings included.
OR Church Aisles, Entries, Stairs, &c. We
lish Venetians, seldom found in any Southe
and we can afford to sell them at the fair market
30 inch and 35-inch Round Rods,
30 inch x 1 inch oval,
30 " x 1 " hollow,
30 " x 11 and 11 and 11 hollow,
36 and 40 inch x 1 and 11 inch hollow.
Orders filled promptly for'the above Goods,
* . .DRUG
DRUGGETS, "all Worsted," suitab
U"T suitable for Carpets or Crumb Cloths.
per running yard.
COCOA & CAN[
-4-4, 5-4, and 6-4, Cocoa, Mattings; sita
3JU p ublic thoroughfares, &c., &c. 34, 4-4
checked, chene, striped, &c., offered at prices to a
John Cressly & Sons'double sided Mosaie'1n'
rabbits, and the -Atherican eagte; &e.; Velvet luj
INSIDE AND OUTE
The Irish Cocoa Mat,' imported direct; Scote
rafted, Choir, Grass, and Sheepskin Mats.
All of the above goods we- offer at tb-e lowest
Oil Cloths cut and laid, by competent men, thorcit
Those in want of the above goods are respectfull;
Ai&Country orders promptly attended to.
New Carpet Store-205 Broad S
Augusta, Ga., Feb. 2,.1859.
EGS leave to call the attention of his friends
and the puiblic to his large and well assorted
[tock of Fancy & Doniestici
1e having disposed of all his old Goods previous
his going to the North, is now in possession of anI
Whicli compirises all that is
fashionable and Desirabile in Style!
He has added to his Store another Departmentd
a which he keeps a large supply of
&c., &c., &c.
il of which will be sold at prices not to be beaten
by any House in Augusta.
e has a splendid lot of DELAINES, worth
7 s. which he sells for 25 ets.
C.OAKS and tSilAWVLS, very cheap;.
All wool DEL AINES, ROBES, &c., very cheap;
Fine SILKS, all styles, cheaper than ever;
Embroidered COLL ALIS worth $1, for 50 ets.
ND ALL OTHIER GOODS IN PRO0
Augusta, Nov 1 tf 43
858--FALL DRY GOD--1858.
HVE just opened a very large and elegant
BAP..a25 aza.Ci WJCE
Which comprises everything in the ti'ade, as well
is all that is newv and e'egant in style, excellent in
uality, and Loiw Ins Price.
They are determined to maintain their old and
well etablished reputation of
Fair Dealing and Moderate Prices,
And would invite all in se-arch of GOOD GOODS,
LOW FIGURES, to give them a call at their
O3rE PRICE STORE
Bedi Blankets, Negro Blankets,
Negro Kerseys, Plains, Linseys, &O-,
And a larg'e stoek of all other Goods for Seryants'
wear, at the lowest possible prices.
And as our Rule of Business Is
ON E PRICE,
AND NO DEVIATION,
Noon. will jiyover tnarket price, as the rule
force .keo~ ask- Ihe Zowest msarkei .priou
and prtes lihe buyer. Therefore,
If you wish Good Bat lo Mrcs NORRELL'S
If you lke fair snd open deal ng,asNREL$
If you dislike a dozert prices for the sme art~lcl.'
and Grfr o rto BROOM & NORRELL'%
you don't like to be " baited" on one article,
.and pay doubly c-n another, ORE~l
1 fact~lf yoU wish to buy cheap Goods, uet goed
value for your money, and trade where you wilf
-like to deal, and lbe pleased tosend your friends,
. Go to BROOM1 &NORRELL. S
Augusta, Nov 9 f 4
1 I. PENN haas on hand a fnll assortme
e of Garden mSE), w hich lie *arrant" lie
fresh and genuine.
Jan 29 -.13
SPENN. Ag't., hans just ~ eae a large ant
very dairable stok ' WA K, emI
brac d~gener al assoartr .m of Carinr' n To"o
and -. Utenaiist lo,. A'x' Si*el
~pue. L1a fasotmuu~it of lloe~s w il bJrun .
TET STRE .
AND IN STORE.
lish and American Three-Plys
itch Ingrain Carpeting,
np Qarpeting,'half-.wool and cotton Carpeting
market, and are offered at the lowest market prices.
>w in store a select stock of atorougkdy seasoned
rhich we will cut to fit entries, halls, rooms, &c.,
ds can be purchased for, North or South.
Dods, at the low price of 621 cents per square yard.
JAS.. G. BAILIE.& BROTHER.
veral invoices of the above Goods, in -gold border
der flowers, and gold border plains, Landscapes
buff Holland Shades. The above Goods we are
My at really low cash. prices. Our piieces range
JAS. G. BAILIE& BRO1'HER,
05 Broad Street, next to the Bank of Augusta..
are offering to the public an assortment of Eng
rn market: they are imported direct by ourselves,
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
36 and 40 inch x 1, 1J, 1 and 11 inch flated
Stair Rods, brass,
30, 36 and 40 inch x 11 and 1 inch silver
plated Stair Rods.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
205 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
for Crumb Cloths. 12.4 Druggets, all wool$
6-4 Druggets, &c., all wool, at 50 cts. and 621 cts
.JAMES G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
)le for offices, counting houses, hotel entries, and
, 5.4, and 64 Cantoa Mattings, i. white, red,
uit the wants of all.
8, in dogs, peafowls,iion, spoiting scene, fox and
s, Tufted Rugs; Tapestry Rugs, etc.
IDE DOOR MATS.
I C6coa Mats; American Cocoa .Mats, Manilla,
market pric.es. -Carpets made, fitted, and laid.
gghly acquainted with the business.
requested to give us a look befbre purchasing.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
t., Augusta, Ga., near to Bank of Augusta; and
JAS. G. BAILIE, Charleston, S. C.
. WM. QUATTLEBUM,
II. BIOUL WA RE,
-LEWIS CO VAR,
W. W. SA LE,
WIL LIA M L. STEVENS,
LEW IS COLEMAN,
JA MES SPANN,
RLOBEIlT D. BRYAN,
JACKSON CO VAR,
P. M. NICHOL AS,.
S. HA RRISON,
'.Por TXa.. Collooto.
C. A. HORN,
T. J. WIIITAKER,'
CIJAS. M. MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
D. L. TURNER.
- W. F. DURISOE,
J. P. ABNEY,
H~E Unulersigned having formed a partnership
iin the PRACTICE of LAW and EQUITY
rr Edgefiehl Distriet, will give prompt and dill
zent attention to all busincss entrusted to their
The residlence of Mr. OwENS is at Barnwell C.
l-that of~ Mr. SE:DE1.s at Kcdgeih-ld, S. C.
W. A. OWENS.
Feb. 1, tf 4
j lIE Undersigned have this day formed a Part
nourships for the Practice ot LAW and EQUI
TY, under the natue and style of LA~onx &
MR. Mooax will regularly attend the Courts at
Abbeille,'and will promptly transact all business
left in our hands for that District.
G. W. LANDRUM,
J. P. MOORE.
SEd gefleld C. T. Jala1 . -
.wit. J. READY,
A&.ttorn3Oy tat lIta-W
WI ILL give close attention to all business en
Wtrusted to his care.
'Office, in the rear of the Court House.
3digeileld, S. C., .lan 12, Om* - 1
.A.ttornoye at XLaave
SOLICITOR IN EQUIT--Y-.
p#- Onice in~the one formerly occupied by W. WV.
Adam, Es'q. ~., .CDc 2 8
S. B. GR IF F IN,
ATTONEY A'T I1&W AND 80.LICITOR IN EQUITY,
Will attend prmpl to all business entrusted
to his care. Ohco o 2, Law -Rang.
gefleld C. i., usc 8, 1868. tf 48
Js . JD ADISON,
WIll attend~ properly to all -bitsilwss entrusted to
Of0ee, ovei- 1. C. Bryan's store.
-Eduetleld, 9,. CIL Des. 1 . ,y 4
-. - M. U T LE R,
' .A T T ORN EY. A.T L AW,
Oilce in Law Range,e
E~yI DoEPIELD C. U., B. C.
1)1R. HI. PARKER,
TAS removed his Office to one formerly occu
H L pled by 0. D. TILLrmi, Esq, where he will
e pleaed to see his friends and acquaintances.
All work entrusted to im-in the DENTIIf
line wilt.-receive Ihis apt attention, - e1ih he
warrants to be e in the most durable and scion
grT .se indehited to hims would confer an es
pe avoi- by ametling up if2
am now receiving a1 large reapply of M ACK
.1 ERL , No 3, in. 4 'lls., 'anid No 1 and No 2
.Aso, a god supply of the Pink Eye Plan'i
POT ATOES.. They are Fresil, and very prol
--i yild .. E. BOWERS, AgenS.
llamburg, Feb. 2, tf2
- iVE~ DA Y' CHEESE---ust eivec
~afsh~ loL of DAIRY (J11E uprio
q~a~ij. K N, Agt.
ITH the view of miokg a change in our
W basiness, wo will, this date, sell our
ENR-i, STOCK of Dl)RABLE MERCHAN
DIS ajPRIME 00 CASH;
VBUT FOR' '8RLY
Anxious to close *1C at once, we invite
all 4o want a S I? FOR CASH to give
perS ns indc * - 6 Firm, or to W. P.
Buf'' individuall, e.r1astly requested to
make payment. N . une nor inclination will
alloir us to delay- sele ntg, and we earnestly
ask he cooperatioef interested.
LAND & BUTLER.
Jan 12 . . tf 1
ODS. T -COST,
- H ESubscri ex ting to enlarge his busi
iess-i wishinu to make
.room for his ' thich will b - much
larger than usu ' o sell his ENTIRE
Steck of Ooools --
At Cost for CWs nd Cash only,
My Stock is almbot titly new, having been I
bought within the last ednonthu.
I again call on pers' simebted to me previous
to the year 1868; an feel 't but justice 'to say
that those who fall to i d-wit~h nie, or make at
Isfactory arrangements ith in# between this and
the first of March, will Auin their Notes and Ac
counts in the hands of p ?torney for collection.
Duntonsvillo, Feb 9 8t 5
MC 33NVV 34'IC7 JS XO.
I HAVE on hand an w.1 continue to keep a
L .pply of the latest rM most select NIUIC,
such as Songs,Marches Wltzes, 9chottisches, &c
Feb 9 2t 5
- GRANITEBLE HOTEL, 1
T HE Subscriber h irg taken charge of this
HOTEL, respectf lyinforms the public that 3
he is prepared for the 9ommodation of Regular 3
and Ti'ransient Boarders, in reasonable terms.
He intends to make-i House a HOME for all
who may patronise him4 tad hopes, by strict at
tention to thi wants of is guests, to. givesatisfac
tion to all and receive !a liberal share of public C
patronage. D. A. BODI.
Feb 9* 4
ILL 'be so 'defield C. H., to the high
est bidder, DAY, the 18th day of
Februaryinst., com aing at 10 o'clock) A. M.,
portion- of the Estate of P. F. La
porde, dee'd., viz:
IVINE Mi 'WEGROES.
Consistine of two wo' i, one exti-a likely girl 13
or 14 years dd wo'oy, 9 and 11 years old, and b
four smaller chha.. ' 0
Corn, Fodder, on 11 Horse Wagon and lar
ness, one Carriage and 14as, one Cow, House
hold and Kitchen Furjiure, gith other articles
not enumerated. . ti
TERMS.-The Negrois on one and tLO YOars
credit. The other persoilty, all sumtsof and 0oV0 s,
10 on one years credit, interest from date. Pay- ri
able annually with note Lnd two approved securi
ties. All sums under #.0, cash.
Purchasers failing tojomply,-the property to be -
resold at first purchases risk,.on the Court House
steps, on Satprday 1hs'19th, at 12 o'clock, M.
To approve securilt-Col. J. P. Carroll and
ohn Hiet. -10.IFIN 11U1IKT,
Actn orM.LaoreEx'or. ]
Feb 8 - I, L2llrd 5
N- the first ilondif in biarch next, I will se'.1
'iat public Sale, at- Edgefield Court ilouse, to
he highest bidder, two Neg'ro Blaves, to wit:
A MA NDA, a like-y soug woman, about twenty
ears old, and FANN'1, a valuable woman abotL
hirty-five years old. 'Said slaves are b oth very S
aluable, and will besold under a Miortgage, which
as been assigned to mp, executed by Lewis Covar,
on the 27th lbecemberj1856.7
0. BR UCE W ALK ER,I
,iPer E~. SEIDII.S, Agent..
Feb. 0 4t 5
Ridelnd for ale;
TU E Subscriber desirous of changing his place
Iof residence, offeev for sale his
VLLUABLE COTTON PLANTATIONI
osistng of FIV IC IIUNDRKED A CR ESC, andj
in immediately otrghe Columbia and Edgefield
On the premises are a fine one story House, with
asement, and all necessary out buildings,--all"
ew. Also, an exceht ut well of water, a very su-j
erior Orchard and Vlneyardl, consisting of a great
ariel~y of fruits, a fine Garden, shrubbery, &c.
Plantation in fine repair,-cvery field hiavinir a
ew well painted gate. Plputation udvantageously
atered, &c., &c.
CLIN TON WARD.
SNov. 24, 1868. tf 46
BT Virtue of the Ml gh Robertson, dle
ceasd, Iwil sel athis late residenice in
ruch of the personal liroperty as it will take to I
satisfy the demand< nainst the Estate of the said
luah Robertson, dec'd.
The Negroes arc likel'. So arc also the stock
f Cattle, &c.
Terms made known eh day of sale.
.a2 J. W. LlPS40.\B, Ex'or.
. N at ,
NOTICE is hereby gaben, that I have appointed
- E. PBN, my lawfdt Agent, to attend to atnd
settle up all the busines connected with the Es
tates of Peter F. Labordo, dcc'd, and Sarah La- ]
are left in his hands for collection, and all persons
n anyrwise indebted to said Estates, by noto or i
otherwie, are hereby reguested to make payment
f the samte to my said hgentt.
.M. LABORDE~. ~
Edgefield C. HI., Jari. i0, 1859. Im 2
ALL AND SINGUL.AR, the Creditors of the
Alate U. P. H ARRId)N are hereby notified
that they are required toyresent their claims duly
attested, to the Unidersigied, otn or before the 15th 'I
day of~ May next, -and dl those Indebted to the ~
said R. P. Harrison's esise, are requested to make
payment to the Undersigied by the time above
speciie-as a settleniest of said Estate must be
made soon. CHIAB. M. IFREEMIAN,
. Assiipee of 10. P. Harrison.
Feb'8, 1850. . m 6
Onon Setts & Punting Potatoes.
01 SBBL9. Choice Planting POT ATOES;
LUWhite.and Yellow.non BifTTS -
Also, choiee Smoke Birf just received and for
sal by E. M, PENN,
1U I)for.whlchbthehlghest market price will
be given to be paid in g.as .
We have now inl storea-nd are daily realving a
fine lot of
which wil be sold verg' chap for the ready Rhine.
Come to Now. rk t6 ai your yearly sup
plies ere it be oaIT
We have also an arisent of. D. Landreths
celebrated fres.h and gein~, ..
GkiDE1~IgEDS. . 1
Price 0* ets. pe' pper. 41so-a large lot of those
ine Northern rsd 3~liiu pink eyed IISI[ P0
T ATOES. Voi soon ari get some to plant for
early tabjle usa, and..o. hie a few fine easly Po
taoes to send tly. Editor'mess- earlier than any
of yeur neighbors.
APPLETON &t. it. PERRYMIAN.
Ner'Market, 8. C., Feb2, 4t 4
For Eadiag ant Plandong.
PENN, IAg'i., ha'. jai received a large sup
. ply of -1he bist vaety f.-r plianting and
tg. Among which is tLe Prince Albert brand.
an. 20 Lf3
Nrfolk and New York Oysters.
mHE.above superior'OYS ERS can he had at
8L:E. BOWERSL', in ihhurg, fresh every
day4 by Rxpress, in Half anti Whole Calloua.
&T REDUCED PRICES,
~ AS rceeived a harge and varied supply of
CARL'ETS. which lie will sell at very low
riees; among which are
J. Crossley & Son's Rich Velvet and Tapestry
rursels CAR PETS ;
Superior Three-Ply and lugrain CARPETS -
Ingrain CARPETS, of small figures, for ISed
3-4 and 4-4 Venetain CARPETS;
CARPETS for Halls and Bed Rooms at 25, 37,
ind 50 cents per yard;
Rich Hearth and Door RUGS, to match Carpets;
Crumb CLOTH. by the yard and in patterns;
Window SHA DES, in a great variety of styles,
nd some at very low prices;.
Embroidered Lace and Muslin CURTAINS, of
ew ani elegant styles ;
Rich )AMASESndu.E. 1N1S ror Curtains;
CORNICES, Curtain B NDS- and 1TAlk.
Orders received for OIL CLOTHS to fit Halls
ad Rooms, at very low prices ,
CA RPrS out and niade to fit rooms, and orders
Perons w;shiag to purchase the above articles,
re respectfully'invited to call and examine the as
Augusta Jan 25 tf 3
)RY GOODS AT COST!
FOR ONE MONTH ONLY.
WILLIAM H. CRANE,
Vishing to sell off his prTeent
Large Stock of Goods
efore purchasing a Spring supply, offers them
Plor- OnIe 3Con~th% Only,
AT COST FOR CASH!
IWNOW is the time to lay in a supply of Dry
"Call quick or you will loose the bargains.
Augusta, Feb 2 4t 4
SOUTHERN SEED STORE,
0 200 BROAD STREET AUGUSTA, GA.
o THE READERS OF THE ADVERTISER,
IS will'iforni Diy -M i"* L , the
BEST assertment of GARDEN -EED ever
:ought to this market. They are from the cele
rated houses of Landreth and Thorburn ef this
untry, and the imported, from Nilmo:in of
All who have tried the European know that
iey are superior to our seed as a sido by side
ial will prove.
In the DRUG and MEDICINE LINE I can
rve my customers with as good and on terms as
,asonab!e as any House in Augusta.
Feb. 2, tf 4
KUSIC, GUITARS, VI0LINS,
ANJOS, FLUTES, ACCORDEONS, INSTRUC
TiON BOOKS, GUITAR AND VIOLIN
ST RINGS, &c., &o.,
Opposite the United States Hotel,
lso, Solo Agen~t for CuzcK~anINc & Soxs, and
ZELIERATED PIANO FORTES.
His stock comprises every variity of 61, 61, and
octave instruments, from $250 to $1,000). Evcry
~strument is warranted Mound and perfect.
Augusta, Dec 12 3m 49
RON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
I0NTINUE the above business, In all Its bran.
J ches, at the AMERICAN FOUNDRY, and
ill be thankful for orders for
L KINDS IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
'r Gold Mines, Mills, Rail Roads, Bridges, and
Machinery of all Descriptions.
Augusta, Sept. 1 15* 34
WK~ H. TUTT,
VIOLESALE A ND RETAIL
rnchi, English aind Ainerican
D RU GS,
|Io. 3.80, 23roacK Btroot,
B LU E ST O NE.
3,000 Lbs. for sale fery low, by
W. HI. TUTT, Druggist,
180, Broad Street, Augusta.
, NSEED OIL WhT E .
,000 L bs. Pure White Lead ;
Colours of all kindls. For sale at very low
gures, by WV. HI. TUTT, Druggist,
No. 108, Broad Street, Auguata.
PERM, WHALE AND LARD OIL.
A large Stock always on hand and for sale low,
yW. H. TUTT, Druggist,
No 108, Broad Street, Augusta.
he bet article known for mnaking Soap-cheaper
nd better than Potash. For sale by
W. IL. TUTT, Druggist,
No 108, Broad street.
Augusta, Nov 1 tf 43
Tal and Winter Styles.
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS,
Whnolosale aud ctRota11.
EO. W. FEitRY, Augusts, Ga., is
.. now prepared to greet his custome:rs with
new and extensive assortment of
Gents. Fall style afoleskin and Cassimere H ATS,
" " " French and A mer. felt do
" " " Cloth, ik VAlvet, PI'tsh and
hazed Silk CA Pa ;
Yoths andl Boys IIATS and CAPS,' sll kindas;
Children's Fancy do do elegant styles;
Velvet,Silk, Chineal, Straw and Lace 80NNETS.
Sui, Scotch Ging. and ParagonU1MBILElLAS;
Mwen's and BoysAWool i1ATs, evdry variety of
tyle and quality ;
These Goods are direct from Manufacturers,
nde expressly for this market, and will be sold
is low as same quality of Goods c 'i be sold any.
vhre. Cull and see.
GEO. WV. FERRY,
.Under Masonic Hall, Broad ,Sreet,
Augusta, Sept 28 tf 88
OTICE.-A1 person: rving claims against
the Es'ate of Wi :Loguc, dc'd., are
oreby requested to ent thiem properly attest
5d; and all persona ind. htod to said latate must
ak immediate psytnent.
E. II. YOUJNGBLOOD, Adm'r.
Ag18 t( 32
WARRANTED TO VEGETATE1
lUST reeived a large collection of GARDEN~
SE~l), of every variety, which is warranted of
last year's growth, antd a superior article. Thxese
agil will in sold low. Call and get your supple
a ie .I.II iipNAr
an 25at 2
T HE, TRUSTERS OF -10HNSON' FEMIALR
UNIVERSITY, beg leave to inform the pub
lie, that the Exercises of the Institution were re
smnied on Wednesday, the Second of February.
The Faculty has been re-organized, and arranged
so that every department is now supplied with able
and efficient Instructors; with the Rev. J. SCOTT
MURRAY acting as Prineipal..
In the death of Mrs. D)MM, in the fall of 1857,
the Institution is known to have sustained a griev
ous loss. But we trust thatloss.has been repaired,
as our h-pes' have'been re-ar:imated, f6om having
secured the services of Miss. F. P. CHAPLIN,
who comes to us with testimonials from distin
guished gentlemen and scholars, that leave rio
room-to doubt, bat that her qualifications are of
the highest order.
In the person of Miss COTE, we have satisfac
tory assurrnces of a highly competent Instructress
in the French-Language: A descendant of French
parents, and- accustomed to, the use .of that lan
guage afound the fraternal i'esidd from childhood,
mufjhaje given her a knowledge of its original
structure andrtitMrencror --uancatorioaam
attained under different circumstances.
The Musical and other ornamental branches it
is believed are all equally well provided for, as
well as the 'Juvenile or Preparatory School, now
in charge of Miss WALLER, in 'whom the com
munity have high confidence.
The charges here are too well known to need a
recapitulation. The Institution ha been endowed,
and the cost of tuition in all except the ornamen
tal branches, has been reduced by the scholarship
plan, to six dollars and a quarter per annum, for
The price of boarding is 10 dollars per month
In the most genteel fanilies. Our town is emi
nently moral, quiet, harmonious and healthy.
With arrangements thus fully consummated,
Johnson University has again spread her canvass
to the breeze, trusting alone for that patronage on
wilich her prosperity depends, to the faithful dis
charge of all her duties.
0. R. BROYLES,
Acting Pres't B. of Trustees.
Anderson, Feb 9 2t 5
DAILY CAROLINA BULLETIN.
T HE subscribers ha've commenced to publish,
this day, in theCity of Columbia, under the
style and title of BRITTON & BRITToN, a Daily and
Tri-Weekly Newspaper, on a full Super Royal
sheet, upon the following terms:
Daily paper, per annum................$4 00
Tri-%eekly " " ................ 200
50" ing:e copies 2 cents, or 10 cents I week. .
THiE CHEAPEST PAPER IN TIlS STATE.
Columbia cotemporaries, but as it is printed upon
a smaller class of type, it will contain as much, if
not more, readable matter than is usually pub
lished in this city, for one-third lep price for the
daily, and exactly halsf the price of other tri-week
ly pablications in Columbia.
It will be our olject to make the " BULTrM"
an interesting and reliable news journal. Every
effort will be made to procure for publication the
latest news from t.11 sections of the globe, by Tele
graph or otherwise; and special care will be taken
to mail the paper oarefqlly and promptly to those
who may favor us with their orders.
Mr. E. 11. BaITToN, long connected with the
Press of this State, has been engaged to superin
tend the publication and management of the affairs
of the "BULLETIN," and we Can tafely promise
that no effort will be withheld on his part, if need
ed, to make the paper worthy of general patron.
Persons who may consent to act as Agents for
the sale of the " BUL IXt," will be supplied daily
upon the following termis, for cash:
20 copies daily. ,StO Jt5| 50 copIes daily $00 80
40 " "& 651|100 " " 1 40
It will be seen by the above prices, that we have
determined to publish a cheap Daily Paper, and
thus af'ord an op~portunity for all to obtain daily
information of every important occurrence which
may reach us up to the hour of closing at night.
We refer the reader to the salutatory, published
in another column, for such information as may
be desired, touching the political character af the
"BULrTIE'," regarding it sufiicient to state that
the ancietnt Innti marks will ever hto kept in view,
be thorough Stat. Rights,-thiat the lessons taught
b~y Calhoun and his illustrious cotemporaries, and
endorsed by the State Rights Party of their day,
will ever naid liberal and unwavering support in
the columns of the ".BULLETIs."
C. K. BUIT TON,
Feb. 9, tt 6
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE,
W ~ILL attend at the times and places herein
after mentioned, to collect the Sta'te andi District
Tai for the year commencing the first day of Octo
A t Edgefiehtl, C. II., Monday, 7th February.
" Dr. J. C. Ready's, Tuesdazy, 8th "
"Dr. John Mobley's, Wednesday 9)th "
" Mrs. Norris's, Thu rsdlay, 10th "
" Go. Asidy's, Saime evening 3 o'clock.
" Mrs. Rhinehart's, Friday, 11th "
" Mt. Wilting, Satmurdahy, 12th "
SMickler's, Monday, I1.h "
" Hlavard's, Tuesdlay, 15th "
"Perry's, -.Wednesday 16fhi "
"smith's Store, Thursday, 17th "
" Nickerson's', Friday, 18th "
" Richardson's, Saturdity, 19th "
" Burnett'., Monday, 21st "
" Cooperaville, Tuesday, 2-2nd "~
"Rountree's Store, Wednesday 23rd "
"Shatterflelid, Thursday, 24th "
"Liberty Hill, Friday, 25th "
" Mrs. Middleton's, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
"A . Morgan's, Tuesday, 1st March.
"i Wightmia's, S. U. Same evening, 3 o'clock.
"Collier's, Wednesday 2nd March.
"Red lill, Same evening, 2 o'clock.
" Iloward's, Thursday, 3rd March.
" Cheathama's Store, Satme evening, 3 o'clock.
" Strom's Store, F.rid'ay, 4th M~areh.
" Pleasant Lane, Saturday, 5th "
" Edgefield C. H. Monday, 7th " ,
" Pine House, Tuesdaf', 15th " |
' Cherokee Ponds, We'd'sday 16th "
" Ilanmburg, Thursday, 1ith "
"Beech liland, Frida~y, 1Wth "
"Graniteville, Saturday, 19th "
" Uateher's, Monid;y, 21st "
" Plunkett's, Sanme evening, 3 o'clock.
"Lybrand's, Tuesday, 22ind March.
"Ridge, Wed'sday 23rd "
"Mrs. Allens, Thursday, 24th "
SJ. S. Snmyly's, Friday, 2;5th '
"Dorn's Mitla, Same evening, 3'o'clock.
C7 The registration of births, deaths, andl marri
ages,.still required-time from the first of January
I8.58, to ths Arst of January 1852.
SFree persons of cilor must make. ther re
turns In March, or they are suibject to double Tax,
J)ICK CiIE A T flAit will stand the ensuling
season att llartnan 0allmas, a t'll! tac
of de!Idh .L6tliLt lilMc, itt thitrty dollars the
season, with the privilege of seniding any other
season until a Mare piroves in foal.
,l)I0K pHIEATHIAM is ai beautiful black colt,
f_y i r t~ ~ ai fifteen hands
three inches high, and weighs about eleven hun
dred and fifty pounds. Hie was a good race horse.
Ho was sired by Imported Albiu, his damn was by
Imported Leviathan, grand dam by Pacolet, great
grand dam by Top Gallant, great, great grand
dam by Lamplighter, &c.
THlOMAS G. BACON.
January 19, 1859 U' 2
STEAM MILL NO0TICE --From and
after Monday 7th of February niet, Monday,
Tue-day and Wedinesday of each week will be
assigned for Sawitig Lumber af, my Steam Mills ;
anid thursday, Friday antd Saturday for the grind
ing of Grain, until further notice.
R. T. MIMm.
STR AW BERRIES p~reserved in their own juice,
which are as fresh atnd delicious as when just
plucked from the vine. If you wish a plate of
Strawberries and Cream,or a Strawberry Pie. send
to HlAlR RISON'S, where may ho found many
of the Luxuries and ecessaties of Lire, and all
Ifor sale at low flgurcs for cash.
Wz11 I. HARRISON, Agt.
Feb a .'
W B take this opportunity of informing our
PATRONS and FtIKINDS that we have
bought out the interest of Messrs. SlU14EY &
USHER, of this Town; and have removetfto the
Store formerly occupied by them.
We return our rincere thanks to the Planters
generally for the Lheral patronagc.alwayabestowed
upon us, and will endeavor to continue to merit
When we shall have the pleasure of greeting 40
our old Friends and Patrons at our new location,
they will- find us fally suoplied'with-the following
Superior Java, Lagnyra and Rio COFFEES)
F'tuurt's A. h C Powdered&CrushedSUGARS;
Orleans and Weit India MOLAbSES;
.Enghslh airy C11EE I;
No. 1,2, 3, Kits and Barrel, MACKERE; -
ieavy Gunny BAGGING;
Bale ROPE and TWINE ~
Canvassed HAMS; -
Tennessee and Baltimore BACON;
Negro HATS, BROGANS and BOOTS.
Oils, Turpenine, Glass and Whitelead;
TOBA0CC, Indigo, bladder and Spices;
Every description of IRON andbTEEL, &*c.
We have made arrangements with the most cel
ebrated Distillers on the Continent tq supply u
the BEST and MOST CHOICE
BRANDS OF LIQUORS,
That can be produced. Our. future aim and In.
tentions will be to keep unimpaired oatr long eW
tablished reputation for keeping the FINEST apl
mo.st PURE LIQUORS ever oflered in Hamburg.
Our large ntmber of customers for Winen and
Liquors is sufficient guarantee that we keep the
purest s.nd beet articees in this line.
Our superior facilities for selling Imp'.rted
Wines and Liquors are unquuestionable, as we re
eive them direct from the London Pocks. -
IN OUR SADDLERY DEPAE.'ENT,
Will be found a New and Fashionable Stbock of
Sne Saddlesi. warrented for durability and easy
id.ng. Albo, American and Enllish hkahsingsi:
Buggy and Wagonl Ilarnws, Bridles, Curl an
Snaffle Bits3 Whips, &c , &c.
II. & N. E. SOL01M
Hamburg, Jan 5 tf
IIAMBURG, S. C.
TfHE Subscriber returns his thanks to his
and patrons for the liberal patronage
d to him during the past two yeas, at
*eive a continuation of the same. -
n e'ttigtv g
may patronise the House.
SERVANTS, orderly and well
The TABLE will receive the Prop
Attentio:n. and shall be suippliel with
narket of Augusta affords.
The STAIBLES will be in the charge
In short, ki'n: friends, I-m going to
fl'ort to p!easc you.
--0. C. CUNNI
Hamburg, Dee 21
T HIS THotel having changed hands,
Lopen for the accommodation of I'lanters
he Travelling public gene-rally, whos may alwta)
expect to fhid at my hoard the substantials of life
receptably served. Also, a comfortable bed for
~hemselves, and good attention for their horses,
jjf'Call and see
.T. N. FISK, Proprietor.
Ihamburg, Jan 5, 1869. ly 1
0, A, BOURQUI[f k B, WEHELE,
FROM LOCLE, (SWISS,)
P ESPECT FULLY informs the Planters and the
il Public in general that they have opened
A NEW STORE IIN ilAMBIURO, S. C.,
[nGerg.Robinon'smid stand, --wheesheyhs-r
ind on hand W ATCHIE3, CLO.1ES, JE~WiLRY,
MUSICAL BOXES of all doeseriptionas. all or
whiich is warranted to givo good satistaction for
12 months. Prices moderate.
LWEspecial attention given to the repairing of
Watches, Jewelry, &c. . . '
SHamburg, Detc 13 ' *8Sm 49
A CA RD*, .
1UIIE Subscriber takes this method of return
.3ing his thank. to his friends foratheir liberal
support during the'past ye-arand res'pectfully informs
them and the public ge-n-rally that he still continues.
his Family Grocery,
And will always keep on hand a COSIPLET R
STOCK of every thing in the Grocery line, to which
he invites the attention of the trading public.
terms are reasonable, as he is convinced th
nimble Penny is betfer *han a slew Shillz
Also, on handJ a large stock of Boots
frsl ) THOMAS KERNA
SHamburg, S. C , Jan. 5, 1859. I
4 HiS NEW & SP[LENDID HIOU
.for Liquors, Lunchesa
Befrsauanns, is now kept bym
undersigned in a st3 le heretofore unkt
His WINES, LIQUORS, SEGA
BACCO are otamaan
uinimlurg, Feb 903
SALE AND LIVERY ST
rT HE Subscriber rospetfulily itiforms
zcns of Edgefleid and the travellis
that he has leased the large and commnodi
STABLES AND STOCK LOTS;
Attached to the Hlouso recently knowm
Carolina liotel, and Is now prepared for th
commodation of. - .
'*HORSES, STOCK, &c.
Is personal attention will be giv-en to the Sta
bles, and persons leaving their llorses i'n his care,
may rest satislied that they will receive the best
treatment He solicits the travellingt commnunit ~
to give him a trial, as lhe desires to convince al
tihan it will be to their interest to entrust their
Horses to his charge.
DROVE RS can also be accommodated with the
best arranged Lots for the safe keeping of their
The Subscriber will ahways keep on hand a
number of HOI~m'ES and VEBIICLEA4, which he
will hiru, ouit at reasonable prlce. Personis wish
ing conveyattbe fr mE fiegeld-t else whtn have
only to leave their ornders, with t~he Eubsrnliber,
T. J. WHlITAl(Eft.
atmPER BRAW WAmTS ms Zizs I
A L rsatts indebted to the anhecrib~er :trd
most adlbetionmately invited to call on him axnd
pay the same.
To his many k'na patrons b
a->d heretalis ceald6't5 itaforin theme thitt b
still continues the C AllttAGEC and WAGON BU
SINESS in all its branches, and warrants all weork
executed by him to be done kr .a workmanlike
manner. . .STEPJIEN SEAW.
Feb 9 3t 5
NTOTICE.--All persons having claims against
.Nthe Estate of Mrs Lucy T. Moore, dee'd , are
requested to present them p~roperly attested for
paymlent; and thoselindebted to said Etate will
liease come forward and settle without delay.
J. HI. HUGHES, Ex'or.
Feb. 2, tf .4
rgf'Also, all persons indebted to mue.. Individu
ally, will do well to settle by the 15i.h February.
I wan, money. Jl. II. BIIURES.
Y UST R EO VED via Char-le-ton, per
) 'Steamer Isabeh, 20 Deen Dr. Martin's world
renown COUGH MEDICINE. For sale at Bib
Iey's Corner. R. L. GENTRtY, Agt.
H~amburg, Feb 9 tf '5
JRISH POTATOES-NOW IS TEE TA~f
.TO PLANT! !
TN Store a few barrels superior Planting and i
IEating POT&TOES. For sale cheap fur cash
by -1WJL1IA RRISON,A 6.
feb 9 aif