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The Savannah Republican nominates Gov.
Hammond, and Hon. Rufus Choate, of Massa
chusetts, the former for President, the latter for
Vice President. To Gov. Hammond it pays the
"In the first named, we have a man fresh
from the people, of strong and origigal intellect,
thoroughly accomplished in the philosophy of
man and the principles of free government, with
a character free from demagogisra and unwarp
ed by the temptations that beset the path of
the politician and hunter after place. He has
watched closely every step in our history and
weighed its influence upon our destiny in the
scale of political truth; yet, he has never sought
to enter the turbid waters and float upon its
bosom. He has quietly pursued the avocation
of a planter, on the banks of the Savannah,
leaving to others the struggle for place and
popular applause; but when his country called
him, he promptly donned his armor and went
to her service. Such a man in the first office of
the Government would right up the country
anew, and give it a fresh start in its career of
glory. Honest and fearless, uncommitted to
the schemes and projects of corrupt political
parties, he would administer the Government
upon the principles of truth and the Constitu
tion. We believe he calls himself a Democrat,
and perhaps, he is allied in principle to the par
ty which that name was once understood to re
present. He may be better or worse for this,
according to the political optics through wLich
he is viewed. le may entertain sentiments we
do not wholly approve, yet we have confidence
in the man and feel willing to support him. Of
this we are sure: upon his accession to power
the reigh of demagogues will conte to an end."
Of Mr. Choate, it speaks thus:
" Of the second name mentioned, it is neces
sary that we shobld say but little. Mr. Choate
resides in a distant quarter of the Union, and
has seldom been in political lire, yet his name
is known and revered not only in every section
of our country, but in every land where genius
and eloquence have a votary or friend. As a
constitutional lawyer, the death of Webster has
left him without a superior; while as Senator
of the United States he exhibited an amount of
ability, patriotism and statesmanship that did
honor to Massachusetts, and which we look for
in vain in her present and late representtive-.
le, too, has been aloof from the disreputable
wrangles, wire-pulling, place-hunting and in
trigues of the present day, and has no share or
lot in the disgrace and trouble, to which they
have brought the country. He is emninently
conservative and national in all his sentiments,
and has ever been just to the South. A Whig
when thei e were honor and power in the name,
and a Whig at heart still, though we believe Le
voted for Buchanan, convinced that the contest
was between him and Mr. Fremont, and that
the country itself was poised on the result."
"ALL's RicnT wHnv DADDY'S SoBER."-Such
was the motto borne aloft by a boy in a temper
ance procession, and there is more in it than
would appear at the blush. We have often
thought that the little fellow who inscribed this
banner spoke from experience, so childishly
blunt is the declaration, and yet so entirely natu
ral and so very expressive-" All's right when
daddy's sober 'To an unreflective mind it
would seem a flippant and careless remark, but
it was in reality full of pith, and point and deep
feeling.-It told a story of sleepless nights and
unheard of terror-of oaths and imprecations
and unkindness-of negleet and cruelty, and the
anxiety of a little bruised and bleeding heart
chgiged into love and kindness, and attention.
It told a household turned'from mourning to joy.
There was more of eloquence in the that little
sentence, taken in connection with the circum
stances which called it out, than can he found
in many a long winded temperance oration; and
we do not believe there was a drinking man,
whose finer feelings were not eatirely blunted,
who looked at it and then went home with a
sign of liquor upon him. "AIts right when
daddy's sober." The most brilliant of' temper
ance orators could not, with the study of a life
time, give expression to a sentence better calen
lated to touch the heart of a true man.
Tan Fraas TNIvEnSmT.-The exercises of
this institution were resumed on yesterday. We
had occasion to visit the University, and were
pleased to meet many old and familiar faces,
togther with a considerable number of new one.
The prospects of the University for the present
year are indeed flattering. The Faculty. enjoy
the highest reputation as men of learning and
piety, whilst the goverment of the institution is
such as to commend it favorably to parents and
.those who have the education of young men nu
der their control. If parents and and guardians
would assist the Faculty in the enforcement of
the laws and regulations of the University, we
feel assured that the happiest results would
WVe would here give expression to an opinien
which we have repeatedly heard, vix: that the
failure on the part of many students to comply
" AK OLDo MAK GONE."-Under this caption,
we find the following in the Laurensville Hierald:
"We learn with grpat sanee that on the
23rd ultimo, Mr. C. T. Davis, who resides about
sixteen miles from this place, worn out by the
trials and storms of life, which he had buf'ettedl
so bravely and with so much honor to himself
for near a hundred years, sank into the quiet
sleep of death.-Mr. Davis was near one hundred
years old, and was old enough to have distinct
recollections of the revolution and its scenes.
How sweetly and smoothly old men, v ith a quiet
conscience and a hope fixed on high, glide into
another world. H~e died,
" Like one who draws the drapery of his couch
About him, and lies down to pleasant dreyms."
A MAK Hrxn DY A CoRSE.-The Cincinnati
Gazette says that on Saturday night last, a body
snatcher wh> hia.l stolen a corpse from a grave
yard in the neighborhood of that city, which he
had placed in a bag, was hying while endeavour
ing to get over a high fence, the corpse falling
on one side and the body snatcher on the other,
lie having placed around his'shoulders the cord
by which the sack was shut, and the cord slip
ping about his neck, choking him to death.
o B IT U ARTY.
Dien, on the 21th of Feb. FRANCIS ANN, eldest
daughter of IsaAc and Rascca Oces.s in the elev
enth year of her age. She was-kind and obedient to
her parents--but she is gone to rest in Heaven ; whor.
weeping, sorrow and sighing, are fled away.
Weep not for her ! by fleet or slow decay,
It never grieved her bosom's care to mark
The playmates of her childhood wane away,
Her prospects wither, and her hopes grow dark.
Translated by her God with spirit shriven,
She passed as 'twero on smiles from earth to Heavon.
Weep not for her. .J. P.DI.
Dman at the residence of Dr. A. C..Teagues, int thb
?illage, on Suday morning, the 5th Inst,, at 1 o'clock,
of consuaption, MisS CHAR LOTTE~ ANN~ TJEA1UE,
after a protracted illness.
H1cr beart no broken friendlehips sting,
No storms her peaceful tent invade s.
She rests beneath Jehovah's wing,
Hostile to none, of none afraid,,
OONME RC0I AL.
1A MBURG, March '7, 1859.
1% /fot/en.-Qur infket has been quite brisk the past
feind closed with an advanacine -tendency. Th~e
prices now qjuoted are froma 7 to Iilf; and a atric.tly
flno article-would command 11f.
A UG USTA, March 4-6 P. M.
L.,t,,,.-The sales to-day, so f-ar as we have hadl re
portedl to us, were 737 bsles, as fo'llows: atf 95 @ l ife.
IVe heard there was a sale of a very chesico lot at nmuch
higcher figures, but we did not obtain the piarticulars.
Trho receipts to-day were 575 bates.
Thue receipts of Cotton by the Georgia railroad, dur
ing the meanthi of February, were IS,445 bales.
pa Tbe-receipts of Coutton the past season, up tc
About a week ago, were larger at Savannah than at
Charleston. Now the increase is in favor of Charles
t.,n, by nearly 7.000 bales. At this time last year,
the'ro.-eiptsw at Charleston were eaver 58,000 bales more
than at Svna.Cntttoait
-NEW YORK, March 5.
Sales of Cote' to-day 8.500 bales, at advancing
prices; Mideltlinlg Uplanidf12) cents. Flour buoyant;
sales 24,000 barrels. Wheat activ-e, with sales el
;0,S00 bushels. Corn impro.ving, sales of 17.000 bush.
eij5..mized 8'7, and yellow 85 eents, Spirits of Tur.
.patie arm', at 5, ess. per gallon. RIce Airm.
CHARLESTON, March 8.
Theo market this'forenoon, was quiet but Arm, with
sales of 500 bales, at prices ranging from 101 to 121 et.
CHATTANOOGA, March 2.
-River in .high tide, and boats running with good
freights. Market prices good, with fair activity.
Baor.-Stocks fair; sales of country cured from
the banks at 91 @ 91 cents, hog round. Sales of city
cred at 10 ats. -
ord.--Sales 111 cents-supplylight.
NEW ORLEANS, March 3.
Sales of Cotton to-day 6,000 bales, at 11 @ 1II eta
Market firm. Sugar steady-61 @ Q0 ets. Molasses
Sliets. Flour firm-sale. 4,000 bbla., at $6. Corn
active-sales 11,000 bushels, at 82 @ 85 ets. Mess
pork dull-$17 45. - Coffee firm-sales 3,800 bags at
11@ 1cts. . Freight on Cotton to Liverpool, 7-1d.
CINCINNATI, March 3.
-Fiour active-males of 9,000 bbls. at $5 85 @ $6 25
for April delivery. Whisky 251 eta. Mess Pork very
dulG and quotations nominal. Lard-sales of 150
bbiLs. at I1I eta. Whoat advanced 2 ets. Sugar and
Molasses dull, and quotations nominal. New York
elebange J; Now Orleans i premium.
SUPPER FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES.
ho Ladies of the Methodist Congregation will give
a SUPPER in the Odd Fellows' and Masonic Hall, on
Tusay evening, the 8th of March.
Beur of admission, 7 o'clock A. M. Price, One
Dollar; Children 50 cents.
'ie ladies respectfully and earnestly solicit the
patrofage of the community at large.
po-The Friends of Capt. J. B. Griffin
anoence him as a Candidate for BRIGADIER
GEERAL First Brigade of Cavalry, S. C. M., to
fin the vacancy occasioned by the reeignation of
Abbeville Press and Anderson Gazette please copy
andTorward account to this Ofice.
lt r9 t ' 9
R. H. PARKER, can generally
be found at the Office furmier ly
occuied by G. D. Tillman, Esq . and
willk. esure to be there during Sale- day week.
Mach 2,1859 t 8
ikT E W G OO D S.
T IE Subscriber is now receiving a splendid NEW
STOCK OF GOODS of EVERY DE
CRITI1'1ON, to which he invites his friends and the
public in general to call and examine.
T0nkful for past favors, he hopes by strict atten
tion islaniness to6 merit a continuance -)f the same;
and*b adopting the
He bipes to be able to please all who may give him
a Cal-* B. C. .BRYAN.
Marc , 1859 tf 9
MOOTS & SH OES.
T IB~ubscriber has just opened in this Town a
BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT, to
which h invites the attention of the L:adies and gon
tiems if the communuity.
28-9is Stock is NEW and COMPZETE, and his
TERA VERY LOW FOR CASH4
pj.e hopes to merit a liberal share of public
patrone. D. W. CXIHRISTIAN.
Mar 9'. ti ; 9
-THE HOO SUIIG.
7UTIISH lant is said to bo an excellent substitute for
A.Argu. I have now in store a few dozen
papers 4the seed, and as it dues not cost much to
make ths experiment, I would navise those who tire
fondrof Asparagus to give the H~o Sung a trial.
Mr. Is Taste, of Augusta, says : " Having given
the Hoe Sung a fair trial, I amt preplared to say that
it is resy a delicious vegetable. As a substitute for
asrags, I consider it sup~eriIor to that phlaiit."
And 5r. Dennis Willis, writes to the Northern
"I ha cultivatedl for some time the Hoo Sng
plant whih I think worthy of being generally known.
It is a spcies of lettuce andl may he used ys such
when ysqug. But its chief merit is in its being an
admirb substitute for asparagur. When the plants
are ne* ready to flower the btalk is quite tender,
and fruhalf to three fourths o.f an inch in diameter
and on sng soil sometimes three feet high-it may
be entjiuad oqkeLha anrnu. The cultivation
is the a in all respects as lettuce. The soil can
not be ~ostrung--the richer the better. Sow qjuite
thin, oe' stalks will he sniail. It will yield ten
times inee; on the samne space of ground than as
~he above, together with a full assortment of
GARDI~ SEED, for sale by
-W. If. HIARRISON, Agt.
March 9, 1858 . tf. 9
Horn's Creek Land for Sale.
IIe Btib-eriber will offor for sale at Eingenoild C.
AN., en the first Monday in April next, a portion
of herflNE LAND.
Thiiland lies broad-sido to the plantation of Dr.
H. Buit, and also adjoiining B. H1. Miller, George W.
Jones and the lands of the Estate of B. (allmian, dec'd.
Thistrget will contain between two hundred and
fity sad.three hundred acres--only a small portion
Thesesdesirous of riding over it, will Ibe shown the
land liy B. G. Ryan, at ay time. The land will be
surveyed after the sale.
TzEa0a or SAI.E-One third cash, one third first day
of Janmary 1860, one third first tof January 1861.
The two last paymeonts to be secured with notes and
two good securities. Titles given when the terms of
sale are complied with.
S. R. GALLMAN.
Masek 9, 1859 ttf 9
Thie lInported Spanish Jack
T 3 Subscribers having purchased the Celebrated
Jacek COL UMBUS, offer his services to the stock
raing community of Edgetield District. Ho will
stand the-Spring season at James M. Lainham's and
Elbertilundy'., 12 miles from Edgelield C~. H., and
12 mile froma Hamburg.
Far further particulars apply to either of the sub
scribers..- JAMES M. LANHAM,i
Marchf9, 1850 tf 9
FOR ALE-TH EEGOOD WORK HORSES.
Apply to L. S. JOHNSON. :
arj ,1559 tf 9
Sweet Potato Seed.
O~NE hundred bushels of Sweet Potato Scud (a
c.Fhoed variety) for sale at uric dollar pecr bushel
cash. -A LSO
one Negro CARtPENTER to hire for the balance of
the year at a rpaaonable price.
JOHN A. ADDISON.
Mrchg 9; 159 2t 9
TIlE SATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA
BYW . DU RISOE, Emquire, Ordinary of Edge.
Whss; Margaret Willis, bath applied to mm for
Lettera iuf'Admimstrtmn, ..n all arfl simgular the
trois arnd- thaat's, rights anid rdits ci Darling
Willis, latesof tihe (lim.rict sofar'ldl iteceuesed.
Tisse d af, thieenre, mm, chte arnd atinsontishs all and
slngalar, the kindmred and~ editmrm or mh,. sid dleeiae
.in, ItS6 -sa~ appear before sme, at our neil U.rdinrr' s
Court fors il said DiIsrwt, te, be h11f ob- a dgfi
Cor~t' Hsrdsi, an time I19th day of March inspl. mmu
shmoW eaI-55,if any, eay a he said damiraauratunsould
nia hre grad.,
Gsiven hler sty hand arid 'eal, this 7mh day of
March, ina the. year of our Lord uoic tho~tuansd eight
thudrsd abd fifty-ninme, andi irn the eighity-third year
W. F. D URISOE, 0.a D.
Mareb 01859, 2t 9
NOTICN.--All persons having demands against
Lithe Estate of Rtichardl Searns, dee'd., are re
quested tojgesent theni .n or biefore the 7th day of
Juulii proagly attested; as there will bo a final aet
theaent.ef maid Estate on that day.
.kLLINUTON SEARLS, 1 Ad'r
I[CHl. BARRIETT. J r
Mar 9 :, 3m*in 9
Jus t A rr iv ed.
H OY'a"%aper Phosphlate of LI MrP;
100 Metgay arid Waron H ARNESS3.
-,--Also, its Store
Severai Boxes Window L A S.3
LW. for .ate at, low prie,-s, at
H 1. dr N. E. SOLO.\ON.
Hamnbura Mar I 8
T E DIES--.\re patrt'eu~arly re questedl
teLTILand. give my) F'ANCY and TU1LEtT
-W. 11. IIARRISON Au?.
NEW. SPRING GOODS !
T HE Subscribers are now receiving their SPRING
STOCK for 1859, which they are offering at
VERY LOW FIGURES FOR CASH !
Knowing the CASH SYSTEM to be far the best we
intend to confine ourselves as near as possible to the
Cash basis. We cordially invite all Cash customers
to call and examine our Stock before purchasing else
Our GOODS has been bought principally for Cash,
and selected with the GREATEST CARE from first
Class Houses in
New York, Baltimore and Charleston.
So give us a call whether you purchase or not.
Our Stock comprises every article usually kept in
a Village Store, consisting in part of Ladies' DRESS
GOODS of every style and quality;
American and English PRINTS;
Scotch Plaid, American and French GINGHAMS;
BAIREGES and TISSUES of every style;
Bonnet RIBBONS of overy hue and quality;
DRESS TRIMMINGS in great variety;
Ladies' Extension HOOP SKIRTS;
Misses' " " "
To the HOSIERY, GLOVES and TRIMMINGS
generally we invite especial attention, as they were
purchased directly from Importers, and at very low
TO TIE GENTLEMEN,
We say walk in and examine ourStock of Gentle
men and Boys GOODS, which were purchased ex
pressly for those who wish to buy low for Cash.
We wish to call your attention to our large and well
selected stocks of CROCKERY, GLASS and Queen's
We call the attention of the Farmers to our Stock of
AXES. HOES, CHISELS, AUGURS, SCYTHE
BLADES and STOCKS, TRACE' CHAINS, &c.
We have on hand Colt's Patent REPEATERS, with
other styles of PISTOLS, POWDER, SHOT and
TO ONE AND ALL.,
We wish to call your special attention to our large
and well selected stock of SHOES, embracing every
variety of style and quality, which we warrant to
We have a full and complete Stock of GROCE
RIES, consisting in part of
New Crop West India MOLASSES;
New Orleans SYRUP;
SUGARS and COFFEE of every quality;
RICE, PEPPER, ALLSPICE, GINGER;
SODA. STARCH, SOAPS of every quality;
SEGARS and TOBACCO of various brands.
5M-Como in and price if you do not wish to buy,
so that you can be well posted as regards price and
quality. HUDSON & COGBURN.
N. B.-Wo have a few hundred pounds of line
Tennessee SHOULDERS we will sell at 10 ets. to
make room for a large lot of Bacon w6 are expecting
to receive from Tennessee shortly. nf. A C.
Mar 9 tf 9
W ITI the view of making a change in our
business, we will, front this date, sell our
ENTIRN STOCK of DE1RABLE MERCHAN
DISE at PilIlE CUST for CASH,
BUT FOR CASH ONLY! .
Anxious to close out the Stock at once, we Invite
all who want Goods CHE AP FOR CASH to give
us a call.
All. persons indebted to the Firm, or to W. P.
Butler, Individually, are earnestly requested to
make payment. N eith-r time nor Inclination will
allow us to delay settlemFnts, and we earnestly
ask the co-operation of all interested.
BLAND & BUTLER.
Jan 12 tf I
New Goods for the New Year.
E PENN, Ag't., has re-peniehed hiii Stock
* with a new sud frealh supply of I ry Goods,
lar dware, Groceries, Sho~es, and many other deai
rable Go'o.ls. ,.uitedl to the weaso'n, Ilis Stock is
now complese atid ready for thle tr..de fur the new
year, nd will he found equal to any ini the market.
The public are re.ctrully invited to ca.ll and
get rond b.1rgaini.. All orders will be pr'omitly atnd
T lIE Exercises of this Academy were resumed
on thel 1.4 lnst., under thei m~anagement of
The solastie year will be divided into two
S ssions oif five months each.
Rates of Tuition for the Term of 10 Months.
IFirst Class-SpellIng, Reading and Wri
ting, - $16,00
Second Class-Arithmretie, English Gram- O0
mar and Geo.:raphy,200
Third Class-liighecr Mathematics, Latin,
and Natural Philosophy, 2.5,00
The abovo A cademy Is situat'd 1& miles East
f the Pine House.
Pend' ia your boys at once. You shall receive
full value for your money. None need enter un
less thaey inend to submIt to close ap~plication and
strict discipline. B. F. LOVi.'3ACE.
We, the undersigned patrons, take pleasure ini
recommendingi the above lichool to a liberal share
f public patronage. A ON
;. M. WEVER,
E. P. HI. KIRtKSEY,
S. MtcDA NIEL,
11. M. H[OLSONBACK,
Feb10 80" 6
WOOLLEY TOWN HfATS!
JOHN WOOLLEY, -
- NEAR t5RANITEVILLE, S. C.,
R ESPECTFULLY announces to the citizene.of
South Carolina and the South at large, I hat
e Is now prepared to turnish
H AT S
OF EVERY STYLE AND Q~UALI tY,
A s well made, of as good material, and on as. rea
sonable terms as can be found any where Ina the
gW Persona desiring further informatiom -will
please address me at Graniteville, S. C.
JOHN WOOLL EY.
Jan 19 tf 2
I1)Y virtue of an order from W. F. Du: isoe, Or
.IJdinary, I will sell at Edgelield C. 11., on M1 on
day the 14th March.,dll the shares of Joan Crot-oh,
deceae.l, in th-- Stock of Odd Fellows' &, Masc nic
Tr~nxs-On a credit until the 28th Dec. 1859.
S. CR0 JCH5 .Adm'or.
Mrarch 2, 1850 2t -
B Y an order from W. F. Dur-isoc, Esql , Ordi
nary, I shall proceed to sell at my residence,
all ti'e Periona' Es ste of ( abedience H~olley, dec'd,
on Thursday the l7th day of March, cosisting o1
One Likely Negro Fellow,
A small lot of fluttschuld Furniturw, ad a lot of
Cattle, &c , & c.
'l EnAs-For all stums of Ten Poilla and fitdel
carlh, no- all an. ov..r Ten Un.iIara, ont a edia fit'
til the first of Novemzber Itiett With inte Ort fron
day of sale. Pu.~chasers to glie notes ~ithb'
A LL':N 1"l1AN3LIN, A..m'or.
Feb 22, 1850 8t 8
STATE OF SQUTH'J CAROLLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
E. II. Chamberlain.)
. s. Foreign Attachmnt(. -
John C. Thomas.3
T i11lE Plaintiff in the nbhove statedl case having
Z.this dasy filed hi. Deelaration itn my oflibe, and
the liefendatit havinig ner'ther wife nor Attorney,
known tar reside within the hwti-na of this State, on
whom copies of said declaration with rules to ph-ad,
can be aerred, On~ motion ot' Mhesra. Ca-roll &
ia-on, l'lainuti's A ttorneys. Ordere-d. 'l bat aid
lte'endanat app.-ar and plead to said De-elaration
within a y-hr and a day fronm th.- date hmereof, or
fina! atid ab.olnte jelge-ment will be given against
hian. TI l(.4. G.- UACON, c.c r.
Cl'-rk's Office, Se-pt. 27. 1858, ly 38
I'INE DAIRY CIIEESE--Just receiwed
.'a fre.h lot, of DAIRY CHEESE, of superior
quality. E. PENN,.Agt.
N'ov 3 tf 42
NORTHI CAROLINA BACON.
J UST receIved 1,600 Llss Choice North Carol
S a BACON, and for salo low by
E. M. PENN.
Feb16a f a
NEW CARPET STORE
GO NO LONGER NORTH,
(;A RP E T ING.
JUST RECEIVED AND IN STORE.
ICH English Velvet Carpeting, English and Ajmerican Three-Plys,
English Wire Brussels, Scotch Ingrain Carpeting,*
English Tapestry Brusssels, Hemp Carpeting, half wool and cotton Carpeting,
The above Goods are selected expressly for this market, and are of'ered at the lowest market prices
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
OIR Halls, Entries, Rooms, &c. We have now in store a select stock of thoroughly seasonec
Floor Oil Cloths, 12, 18 and 24 feet wide, which we will cut to fit entries, halls, rooms, &c.
and at as low a price as the same quality of Goods can be purchased for, North or South.
Also-4-4, 64 and 84 Floor Oil Cloths-good GO-od3, at the low price of 62.3 cents per square yard
JAS. .. BAILIE & BRTHER.
W E have now on hand unta just received, several invoices of the above Conds, in gold borde
plain, gold bonier basket centre, gold border flowers, and gold border plmns, Landscape
any quantity, plain panel bordered Shades, and buff Holland Shades. The above Goods we an
offerig to our customers and the public generally at really low cash prices. Our prices rangi
from $2 to $12 per pair, all trimmings included. JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
205 Broad Street, next to the Bank of Augusta.
OR Church Aisles, Entries, Stairs, &c. We are offering to the public an assortment of En5
F Zina Venetians, s.ldom found in any Southern -arket: they are imported darect by ourselves
and we can afford to sell them at the fair market value.
an weJAS. G. BAILIE & B3ROTHER.
30 inch and 35 inch Bound Rods, 30 and 40 inch x 1, 11, 11 and 1i inch flutt
30 inch x 1 inch oval, Stair Rods, brass,
30 " x I " holloir, 30, 36. and 40 inch x 11 and 11 inch silve
30 ' x If and it and l} hollow, plated Stair Rods.
36 and 40 inch x 1 and 1* inch hollow.
Orders filled promptly for the above Goods, JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
205 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
DRU7GGETS, "all Worsted." suitable for Crumb Cloths. 12-4 Druggets, all wool
lu* suitable for Carpets or Crumb Cloths. 6.4 Druggets, &e., all wool, at 50 ets. and 62i eti
per running yard. JAMES G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
COCOA & CANTON MATTINGS.
83 44, 54, and 6.4, Cocoa, Mattings, suitable for offices, counting houses, hotel entries, an
"-, public thoroughtares, &c., &c. 3-4, 4-4, 5-4, and 6-4 Canton Mattings, in white, red
checked, chene, striped, &c., offered at prices to suit the wants of all.
John Cressly & Sons' double sided Mosaic Rugs, in dogs, peafowls, lion, sporting scene, fox an
rabbits, and the America eagle, &c.; Velvet Rugs, Tufted Rugs ; Tapestry Rugs, etc.
INSIDE AND OUTSIDE DOOR MATS.
The Irish Cocoa Mat, imported direct; Scotch Cocoa Mats; American Cocoa Mats, Manills
Tufted, Choir, Grass, and Sheepskin Mats.
'All of the above goods we offer at the lowest market prices. Carpets made, fitted, and laid
Oil Cloths cut andlaid, by competent men, thoroughly acquainted with the business.
Those in want of the above goods are respectfully requested to give us a look before purchasing
siCouutry orders pro.uj tly attended to.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
New Carpet Store-205 Broad St., Augusta, Ga., near to Bank of Augusta ; ani
JAS. G. BAILIE, Charleston, S. C.
Augusta, Ga., Feb. 2, 1859. ly 4
NEW SPRING GOODS. SPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERI
T HE Subscribers are now receiving their Spring
DupRl GD Capital Prize, $50,000
To which they invite' the attention of the citizens - -
f Edgefield and vicimnity-especially the Ladies. TIC:H.EITB ONI. $10.
HUDSON & C00BUN.''
March 2, 1850 tf , 8 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
As thne members or our fIrmu have, b'y way of purchas<
:gEg'' ||34lL r..E b~econne the. ownaers or the grants chaerteredt by the btates <
IDemaware, Ker tuCky, Miisurti, anmd partof those in Genrgi,
-:N-undler the munagemenat of( ?Me,.rs. Urego.ry & Maurr,<
( aIl ics' Worsted Dress Goods, p mga ";dijrg";r, 1"J na4it m
SHAWLSA~D CLAKS. have tihe mnanagement of the Sparia Acadermy Lottery, an
SHAW S AN CLOKS. a..therS, as abhave named.
In alli trantsaicOtns We have endleavored to conduct a
I' E Subscriber, being desirous of closing out bueine.. wit integuilr and prompnno... and we can aur
hbis sitock of the above Goodsa to make room thne public that the patrroae heretofore bestowed on uns I
for his Spring Stock, wvill sell them at well deserving of being transferred to our smeesrs
COST FORl CASH. Augusta s ocm. 1, 15. S SA o
They are all of the ]ateaitrstyles and very desl- WOOD, EDDY.a CO., MANAGERS
ra , 16 - f .PE ,Ag SUCCESSORS TO S. SWVAN & CO.
GENUINE GA D N SE rpE following chneme will be drawn by Woot
GARDE SEE . .LEnny & Co., Managers' of thne SPARTL
20 WOK ! O WOK!! OOK !!! ACADKY*Y L0TT1ERY, in each of their Singi
F yea wish early Spi~ng Vegetales, now in' Number Lotteries for Mlarch 1850, at AUGUbTA
.the time to commence your Gardening opera. Georgia, in public, under the superintendeseo c
tions. Go to work inmmaediately, and go to wtork iCommisioners:
enegtically. Get your ground in readiness, and| Class 10 Driaws Saturday, March 5, 1859.
cme forthwith to the Subscriber for your GA R- Class 11 Draws Saturday, March 12, 1859.
DEN 8EED, wiho has now Ii sto~c a choice and Class 12 Draws Saturday, Maroh 19,1859,
frehi variety of SEED. His Stock consists in Class 13 Draws Saturday, March 26, 1859,
Beet, .Bean, Birocoli, O H LNO IGENMES
Cabbage, Collard, cel.-ry, Carrot,.Cucumber, 5,0 ikt
Early aorn-Egg Plant, 5 8 I .Z B
IIoo-Sung-a substitute fur Asparagus, NAL RZ OEEYNN IKI
Pie A pple ?nielon, Mustard,
Peas, Paranip. Parsley, T EDZW
Raddish, EC AUDYI AC
Squash, Salso-y, Spinsch, Preof.. . 5ei)I1Pizo .
Turnip, Tomato,.. . onuj a . .
[7'These SEED arc all warm anted,. and, if, in1........ 5ntulo . ..
ay instance they shouild not turn ontt as repre-1 .. bIOle" . . 1
seted, the pun chaser will please tn'ifynme imnme-APOIMTOPIZ.
diately. W-. i. IHA RRIcON, A gt. 4Przso$40pr'atgtSe,0Pieae$1
MarhS 3 . 2 8 ~a 9,nni' ,
Preparatory M e d i e al Class, *:.') a a :10::'
~* ~* 4 '~ a' 0,00 Tickets! a ~
1 Prize of ...................... 10,
1. Mo. Gason, M D. A. N Tally, E D . ..........nauntft.. ......,.008,0
Wit a onvniet Lctue oom an saplemeas1 Cetletu .. k.eo10imlTikt.........$600
of ltusrotin. tudets ill e rasivd ether~ a i 1 Qurrz of
for hisCoaseor fr tme hol Tem ofStuy. . s5 I "ihha
Tickts fr t~e Cor~c. .... .... $250 Tin Lis of rawn Nuttl~ent a ....r.....il.be .efs
and urgial asesat ay pintwher th serice Pu~rtiz t ver0 APprix't' is drawn Pz anrp~: e in1,
comod~oPaietswh coe ro arod it "n "aie 25$10 "ia mmn 0,00id lmndml a1."r
comotabe qartrs.dratnm-.4ime usua5l ti5,01 ''art u"' j'
& flto~mit~ JeelryStoe. 4<.S " M 15AN4 " whrb ntfor Ties In su
H__AVING__henucleusofa__Clas____therO___ee, sArA l'ircularo socitypa o twnher tes l
puroseto ivea ieres f P A TIC L ae. Th oe mey ani ofrern mutb mesdI
LECTURES, commeneing onle Evelpe, o the ArtMnaIiETFCTSOFPCAE ilb nda
Apri n ing wil bpth at tee Sping Jluy. om iengtwlnls sthricyes:le~l
WAt Aconvenien Letue Room us, andtuaple mn ut Adete ofrders o Tofk tor Chlena icets.......
of iluati~y ontuets T wbil bne receive eth er. " "f, 1In Qate "O ............lit
rorthi Coirs or for the Ltehe, er, of Study. k 10 Eighth, ......--...
e eto tof Cumial frm epidemics re~ti- i5' ol:Dist NGfli KET. Ont laf E dTInFICATE hsae
d sisa deiral Leot n ge adipaes or elwi eniF y u aae re er
Bardi gwillbteecue fot oewo applyarfroni chas aniihe'i l' eets endiing mtatanyaagure they maym<,
Tietels r thea willrco,...t..f...n......$25,00 The tk rawn l Nui~ean Prioe wikll be sehlnt
Feeifr fil ee d uivide inctudino aboa o,...100,fi0 Par "'dtIii5 t e ara reips
Drohseh. GSTONi cn LEYte at an inm Medca giteir retI fe coutyndta.
aIsde Surial fore bothan Ppind, Teaher t th eyie n- eue th'at 0vr rrOIJTe isda OLand a , n
oeter ay be eirdan d tnear prepaedItoac- ithouSTedution
commodei adin and cooWrtinabroad w t uprte, fI s'd'nira m l fe
.Gogrtaphy, quarter ArtmtiRadTmiCEa TollyiE P0NETiThose ho pre
g, WFit:in, stre.,.. ex.to.RA..... 20, o seirgidin mo.b il, ca us of l AD A3 E.e
8e. Engis Gramar 8orphy Aat.. Eol'rE, ro. laniy o r . hr hyh
4. hilsohyAnien HstoyAlg. an I)e. The morderi fomdChanuellor Waerdaw
A,8il0 will.. b... p..ne.......h . .Spring Fteid i s mm ~ r, herb notf th rdtr
P.cadT~em aov ,e Acaem lss bued reenl Ruuthllteo agfedI a.ht ope
cdintyh MneigoTabo .ih, nde hoe wsuper.g amdilynrv W n'oE'r u thei .laansta t
oparnie us cian obtai. boardA on Esma Ett or, Wt1n , said mYad O* or h-- r tdniton
bhems convenin to ut h y cam.-nydda Al onesf oia i. numt,eas oiewtar. tdr r saidh a he
ngtheirehoilratoi yearchol will titdobtendywills b arre in T.eek a..r nek,11hs1t:Aupatt
hihbilbdved into t werovaae a see trin o A. SIaMKl'aSlicsii~a Dd
t s eabve a or bctoth Pui adTecer hac!.y ~S 2,85 E3FSofTm CAI IA
emraAtebginn of theYLYear ~ EDT FItoEW frn)menthe CT.
RAT 1O TUOITIN NBQ,
2.G orah , .eia A Bhme Ni , ead-te manda Holy Fera y, a gg r4M.L . TRIS.
ing, w riting, &I,. . . . . . . ....0,00 Vig in it E .3' oli ly , andsge Not.
8. EngB.sIGrammar GJoIrphyniao Gore Ta .. Holesn fo'2;oett i
e. 2h3so, 18 cen9i tory 7le Rnall fuan00 oe fon Chreianllfor arla
braone...................... on0 nte cmi maeor, Turher andt othe criors,
ereCtet ieigbrho. havn ayonewiainst pabfley the fora of Otoeir 1869,s aandst
No troius a banbadoesnbe Estate,.fof. the said deceased,-aer-ohrn.t Gog Tunan otrs bfor the1h0
qustdtog n themr hIrn ope l attesnotedy wihe pyble tar. n1he semet of r10bhi oftat l
drigteid; aae anths ineae termaid stt, ote nA.edbJh SleKN, r.ED
JT. A BDOAINR , nr. Nte s oFera M. LNDTR U.M
- C W R BN'an iniSP, 0i ah an oe oe
W. W. SALE,
H. lIOULWA RE,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
C. A. HORN.
T. J. WRITAKER,
CHAS. M. MAY,
J. P. ABN EY.
D. L. TURNER.
W. F. DURISOE,
TlE Undersigned having formed a partnership
L in the PRACTICE of , A W and EQITUTY
for Edgefleild District, will give prompt and dill
gent attention to all business entrusted to theh
The residence of Mr. OwEs8 is at Barnwell C,
[I-that of Mr. SEIBELS at Edgefild, -. C.
W. A. OWENS.
Feb. 1, if 4
TilE Undersigned have this day formed a Part
A nership for the Practice of L A W and EQUf
TY, under the rame and style of LANDBUx &
MR. MooRE will regularly attend the Courts al
Abbeville, and will promptly transact all busimna
left in our hands for that District.
G. W. LAN DRUM,
J. P. MOORE.
E.Igefield C. hI., Jan 13 tf 2
W31. .1. R EADY,
.Attorxx.cy at "Emaw,e
VW IL L give close attention to all business en
trusted to his care.
Office, in the rear of the Court House.
Edgefield, S. C., Jan 12, Gm* I
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
p1 Office in the one formerly occupied by W. W
Edgefield C. H., S. C., Dec. 22, 1858.
S. B. GRIFFIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN EQUIlTY
Will attend promptly to all business entrustei
to his care. Ofice No. 2, Law Range.
Edgefleld C. 11., Dec 8, 1858. tt 48
M. C. B U TLEB t,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office In Law Range,
EDOEFIELD C. H., S. C. 2
May 15 tf 2
E M. PENN has on hand aftll assortmie
e.of Oarden SEED, which he warrants purn
fresh and genuine. I
PELL2TIER & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LOT 01
PURE WVHITE LEAD,
S. C. SODA,
a LAMP BLACK,
a'COD LIVER OIL,
GARDEN SEE~DS, &c., &c.
All of which are for sale on the most reasonabl
terms. We solicit a call.
!PELLETIER & CO., Druggists
uHamburg, Feb 15 .2ni 6
JOY TO THlE WORLD!
SH A LL E NIE RGE R'
aFever and Agule Antidote I
TIE0R E A T E8T DISCOVERY IN THI
iWOR LD for Curing Fever and Ague, (hills a!
Fever. Never known to fail. Fur sale by
AcPELLETIL'R & CO., D.uggists.
rHamburg, Feb 16 2m 0
Ridge Land for SBale.
T1IH E Subscriber desirous of changing his pla
SIof residence, o'rs for saleo his
VALUABLE COTT'ON PLANTATIO]
Conaitng of F1VE l:UNDRK~D A011PA, an
lying immedlihuly "in thme Coumbia and li.dgel
jOn thet premis sre a Nn ottnn story Tlottse, Wil
ibasetnenat, aitni uull wecesry oult httihlines,
ni'W. A Ian, itih etl. tt well of waster, a titry si
perior Orchtird andt Yint-vard, consistbi,e of a gre
fariig~ of fruits, a tine Glardien, sitriubbery, a
-Ptlantation in, fine rejair,-every field having
new well painted gate. Plantation advantageousl
watered, &c., &c.
Nov. 24, 1858 tf 40
it Assignee's Notice.
AL ND SINGULAR, the Creditors of tI
lat R.~L~A P. H ARRISON are hereby notifie
that they are regn ,ed to present their claims dii
attested. to the Undermigned, on or before the 15i
eday of May niext, and all thosse indeb~ted to ti
Isaid R. P. llarrisn's estat'., are reuest, d to mal
payment to the Undersigned by tihe time aboa
secified-as a settkmeont of said Potet umust 1:
mad soon. UlI.A S. M. 'FR E I A N,
Assignee of Rt. P. Ha riheon
FebS8, 1859. 3m 5
O'XTTICE-All persons desirous of employin
Sthe~ Legb man .i0i0, 1'elonaing to Mrs se
bels, may do so upon com~plying with the t..rui
mentioned in a paper which Joe cirries with bin
Feb. 2, 1859 It i 4lL At
Jto make Soap, without 1.1me, and with littl
'0or no trouble. Just received and for sale by
E. 11. PENN.
Jah eb9 4
W E take this opportunity of Informing our
PATl(ONS and FIKNl)S that we baie
boiutliL out the interest of Messrs. SIBI.EY &
USHER, of this Town, and have rLuoved to the
Store formerly occupied by them.
We return our sincere thanks to the Planters
generally for the I heral patronage alwaya bestowed
upon us, and will eudeavor to continue to merit
When we shall have the pleasure of greeling
our old Friends and Patrons at our new lcitotion,
they will find as fully supplied with the following
Superior Java. Lagnyra nnl Rio COFFEES;
Stuart's A. 11 C Powdered & Crushed l' A U Si
Golden N.YRUP; -
Orleans and Wet India MOLASSES;
English l'airy CHIEiNK
No. 1, 2, 3, Kits and Barrels, .lACKErfEf.;'
lheavy Gumy BAGGING;
Bale ROPE arl-TWINE i
Triens.ee and Baltimore BACON;
0 -N.\BURG-;. 2TR DUPES, .llTNS
BLA.\K.'l8 and Pi.LANS;
Neuro IIAT$, B' OGA-Si and BOOTS;
Oils, Turpe.i ine, Glass and Whitelad ;
TOB.' CC.., idign, Nadder and Spier;
Every description of lItON aml T -EL, &c.
We have made arrangemei ts wih the temot cil
ebrat.ed Diistillers on the Continent to supplv us
the BEST and MOST CHOICE
BRANDS OF LIQUORS,
Thst can 141 produced. Our future a m and In.
tentons w.ll be to keep unhnippired i-hIr lon ii-t
tablisied reptu ation for keeping the FiNEsT nil
mobt PURE LIQUOR ever oferei in Hlamiutl m.
Our large nuiber of ctistomers for Wineit andl
Liquors in sutilclent guarai.tee that ite keep the
putest ,ud be4t ar ticles in thin line.
Our superior facilities for selline Imp. tied
Wi.es and Liqiuors are unquestionaalc, as we ro
ceive the-n direct fron the London I 'oekA.
IN OUR SADDLERY' DEARTXENT,
Will be f..und a New and Fashionhble Stock of
fine Saddle-:. warrented for lurability and ea.sy
ril ng. Al-o, Amerien and 1-ngia I lif ousins
i Buuay and Waeon Ilarnes, Bridles, Curl aial
Snaflic Bits, Whips, &C, &c.
H. a N. E. SOLOMON.
Hamburg, Jan 5 tf 52
AME RICAN HOTEL,
HAMBURG, S. C.
. HE Subscriber returns his thfnks to lit fri. nds
and patrons for the liberal latroiage extend
ed to him during the past two . ears, and hopes 'o
receive a continuation of the same.
For the year 1859 ample preparatins will 1.e
made to give the bebt satisfacti.,n to thotse who
may patronise ths llouse.
SERVANTS, orderly and well trained, have
, The TABLE will receive the Proprietor's own
attention. and shall be supplied with the best the
market of August.i anfrds.
The STABLES will be In the charge of an at
In short, kin.l friends, I am going to make every
effort to please you.
0: C. CUNNINGUAM.
H1anburg, Dec 21 tf 50
'UHIS Hotel having changed hands, is now
Lopen for the accommodation of Planters and
the Tr.velling public gen. rally, who may alwa. a
expect, to find at liy board the substantialstof lite
a- coptably served. Also, a comfortable bed for
themnselv'es, and good attention for their horse.,
ig'all and see
.Y. N. FISR, Prop:ietor.
hlambeurg, Jan 5, 1859. ly . 1
T IE P'ubscrb.-r tak.sa this method of return'
irag his thankils t,, his friend1 ,or their lihe:-ah
suppoart during the past yt-ar.andi rt spcifully informsa
them and the pubbee ge.n- rally that lhe a.ill e titinu.
his Fasnily Grocery, .
t And will always keepi on hand a CO~IPLETC
lTOC inof~ every thing in the Grocer y lice. t., wh chi
heiitete attnti.,n or the tradinec lUel e Hi
terms ar.- reasonable, a lhe is e-,nvin--oii that " A
,nmble Peneny is lettler than a slow Shilling."
Alco, on hiand a large stock of l5oo:s and Shor a,
fvr THOM.\S KERNAGTIAN.
Ihmhurg. S. C., Jan. 5, 1559 ly -52
EDGEFIELD IIOUJE !
IlAMlBUR(G, S. C...
T HIS NEW & SPLENDIDJ 110USE U..
tr Lquors, Laasselaes and
Refreshasents, is new kept by the ___
undenbigned ia a style heretofore unknown ini th a
11is WINES. T.IQUJORS, SEGOARS ANID TO'
BA CCO are of the most chouice goalities.
Uamburg, Feb 9 8m b
SALE AND LIVERY STABLE,
T ~HE Subscriber respectfully Informs the etti
Izens of Edgedieldl and the travelling public,
that he has leased thme large and commodious
STABLES AND STOCK LOT,S,
Attached to the Uouse recently known as the
CarolIna 1llotel, and is now prepared for the ac
IKORSES, STOCIE, &c.
Tlis personal attention will be given to the S-a
bles, and persons leaving their hiors's in hIs care,
may rest satisfied that they will receive the be.4
treatnment Hie solicits the traveling commuunity
to eive him a trial, as lie desires to convince all
than It will be to their interest, to eatrust their
Horses to his charge.
D)BOVERS can also be accommodated witll iho
best arranged Lets for the safe keeping of their
The Subscriber will always keep on liand a
s. number of HORSEs and V'EHICLEA, which lie
will hire out at reasonable perices. Persons wish.
- ing conveyance fruim Edgefield els whcece have
only to leave their orders with the Subecribeer.
T. J. WITAKER.
5Jan 19 tf . 2
dTE Creditorsof IhENRY H. I IILL.deceased,
LClaimiing under the deed of Assignment,, for
their benefit, by him execu-ed in his life time, are
.hereby required to present their respectivo de-.
mands to the Subscriber on or before the 20th day
- of A pril next
A nd the saId Creditors are hereby notifiel to lbe
and appearnt Edgefleld Court loue, on the .Zay
e above mentioned, cit which time and p'nee, a final
distribullan aniong tem will 1w matde, of all anid
~singular the assigned ehibeta anid estate of te seuki
IL. It hi IL L, tnmdning In thie hands of the $mth.
s cribier, peursuant, to the h:ruiior-il of the n sil l devil,
Jan 18 :ime, a
ii and thre traviellini p'tt'-l it. thne Lue is prepp-ed
ta enttertnt transient Boeardlers~o ri :easom.le tee ses.
y Being only an A.ent lhe caninot afford to eiithrtain
any .(thiout, chargin~g them the moderate' pthe of
g 1,25 per night for man and horse
- W. C. HALL,- Att.
- Feb14, 1859. tf U
STEA M NI L L NOTICE I-From aind
eafter Monday 7th of February next, Morstay,
d Tue (day and Wednesday oif each week will 1e
yassigned fir Sawing Lumber at nmy Steim MIills ;
h anid I biursdlay, Fridlay >.l Sat t day for the ariel
e ing of Grain, until further notice. T. 1 .
j ~OTICE.-All persons hanvinag any detmads
again t L:.c l16tate ',t l.evi Newh;, . ee..,
ate reqttent di to hand themi ia, paro erly' attested,
b ly or b fere Thursday the lbth dacy of Mavi, as I
intend making a final set eineeit ot said Eent.. int
t he Ordinary's Offie. at, ldgelleld C. ii., on that
Sday. All-those indebted to said- Estate are ax
" peeted tos pay the came forthtaiih.
.J0tN F. LDMhONDS, Ad'or.
Feb 16 8m 8
SWhy Dent You Settle You'- Account!
C OME and gieus your NOTE if' y'ou cant
pay. - BLAND & BUTLER.