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Thankful for the Liber
received heretofore, a
friends and a gen
INVITE A CLOSE COMPAR
WITH ANY IN
THEY ARE DETERMINED T1
AS LOW A SCA
As any House in the Trade,
OPEN ANl FAIR S'
So Popular with ovr Customers, and
A Strict Adh
As any other Hot
(r Goods Delivered, FREE OF CHA
Augusta. March 21.
W. W. SALE, LEWIS JONES.
WM. QUATTLEBUM. I H. BOULWARE,
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S. IIARRISON, ROBERT D. BRY AN,
WM. L. STEVENS. JACKSON 00VAR,
LEWIS COLEMAN, F. M. NICHOLAS,
JAMES SPANN, EDMUND PENN.
For Tax Collector.
JOHN C. LOVEL ESS, T. J7. W HITAK~ER,
STARLING TURNER, ITHEOPHIILUS DEAN,
M. WY. LYLES, ICHA RLES CARTER,
C. A. HORN, ICHIAS. 1. 3MAY:
J. P. ADBNEY, W. F. DURISOE,
D. L. TURNER. DAVID BODIE,
T3 IE undersigned having formed~ a Partnership
.in the PRACTICE OF LAW and EQUITY,
for Edlgefield District, will give prompt and dilli
gent attention to all buisiness en trusted to their en.
The residence of Mr. Owr.N's is at Barnwe l C. H.,
that of Mr. S~IELS. at Edgefieli S. C.
WV. A. OWENS.
Feb. 1, tf4
T'I E undersigned have this dayv formed a. Part
J.nership for the PRACTICE OF LAW AND
EQ UITY, under the name and style of Lasunesa
Mr. Moonr. will regularly attcnd the Courts at
Abbeville, and will promptly tra.nsact all busia.css
left in our hands for that D)istrict.
i. W. LANDRUM,
J. 1P. MOOR E.
Edlgefleld C. H., Jan. 13. tf 2
Sttorut? at 7LatW,
W ILL give close attention to all b~usinevs en
trusted to his care.
g.,'- OrPiCE.. IN THIE RI R or THaE CoL'RT IIO1sE.
Edgefield C. HI., Jan. 12, 6m. 1
Solicitor in Equity.
OrrICF., in the one formerly occupied by W. W.
Edgefield C. HI., S. C., Dec. 22.1858S.
BY Virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Pneina to
me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edgefield
Court House, on the first Monday andr Tuesday in
April next, the following property, in the follow.
ing case, vir.:
HI.W. McTyre vs. John Hoy: Rlambo and
Walker and others vs. The same. Three Mules.
JAMES EIDSON, s.E.n.
March 19, 1859 Sto 11
Horn's Creek Land for Sale.
TE!IE Subscriber will offer for sale at Edlgefield
i C. II., on the first Moanday in April next, a
portion of her PINE LAND.
This land lies brund-side to the plantation of Dr.
Ht. Burt, andl also adjoining DI. H. Mitler. George
W. Jones and the lands of the Estate of LU. Gall
This tract will contain bietween two .undlred andl
fifty and three hundred acres--only a snmall por
Those desirons of riding over it. will 1.e ehown
the laud by B. G. Ryan, at any time.. T1.e land
will be surveyed aftir the sale.
Tzusts or SA..-One third cash, one third first
day of January 1860, one third first of Jianuaary
1661. The two last payments to he seetured with
notes and two irood securlkies, with interest faomn
date. Titles gavsa when the ternms of sale are
S. U. G ALL.MA.N
March 9, 1859 ff 9
P UMPEiIN YAM POTATOE SEED--i
have about 25 or 312 bnah,-ls .1f the Pnn~ pikin
Yan Potate Seed for sarle. aut $1.50 p.er beshiel.
wn Theawe are the finest variety. andi will 3ieldl
the moat of any Poato~e tha:t I have ever phl,,nted.
Apply soon, or you may not ret anv. Alsa.. a fee
oft the comm-,mn kind f.>r sar. at S 1.110 jr-r I a:'hel,
each. L. 0. LOVEL.ACE.
March 16, 1859 2t 10
A Reward of $25 will lie :tiver, f..r the arrre.
hension and l..dremeant in thu Jail of Edlge.
fie I, of my boy L EON ARD, lately pn'rehased tratr
J1ames Wells. remiding on Horn's Creek. Snidl Le..a
ardl is about five feet II inchecs bigh. ranrhear a'ender.
avid of a slight Copper color. ne.ed aba~nt fo.-tv favt.
f'enrs. ALLEN Ii. AI'DLSON.
March 16i, 1859 tf l10
N OTICE.-AII pervains haviny any dlenainds
against the~ estate of' Levi Ne.w'.y, decease.
are requtestedl to l.aand them in, properly at tested,
by or before Thursday the 18th dlay of May. as I
intend making a finmal settlemeant ohf said estate ian
the Ordinary's Office, alt Edlgetfield (. 11.. on thaat.
day. All those indebtedl taa n.id estate are extect
ed to pay the snme forthwith.
JOIIN F. EDIMONDS, Adm'or.
Feb. 18, I.am C
NjOTICE.- -All persons are forwvarned from
L trading for a certain Notoe of bhand made jpay
asble to John L:'ake, Adw'or.. of the E~tate of Jane
Berry, dee'd.. or bearer, for about $35,20, daeted
21st August 1858, and payable twelve amonthas a fter
date, with interest from date. The said Note haF
been lIquidated by the principal, and is sai'l now
to he In the hands of Riehard Berry, may co-securi
ty, who Is claiming a portion of it of me, which I
J. 1. C. BET TLE.
al Patronage they have
t at the hands of their
arous public, they
y solicit continued
ISON AND EXAMINATION
[) MERIT PUBLIC FAVOR BY
LE OF PRICES
and by a continuance of that
TEM Of DEMB,
which has always Characterised our
arence to our
ED TO BE AS LOW
se in the Market.
RGE, in the City and llamburg. C0
SPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERY.
* Capital Prize, $50,000 !
T "ETS OlTXIT $3.O.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
As the members of our art have, by way of purchase,
become the owners of the erants chartered by the States
4,f De:aware. Ker tucky, Missuri, aid part of those In
Georgin, under the mnagemenit of Me-irs. Greg--ry &
Macury, of W~timin~gton, Delaware, we have deemed It
expeoient to change the name of our firm, on and after
January 1st, 1S59, to that of WOUD., EDD1Y & 00.,
whoc will hereafter have the mianagemniit if the Sparta
Academy Lottery, anid the others, as aboeve namted.
Iia all tr.msactions we~ have enideavoredu to condet our
huis'nes with hitegrity and promnptneya. a.nd a e encn a.
aure. the' public tha~t the piatrrinige heret..f.-re betwe'd
on uts Is well deserving of being trans.erre.t to our suc
Very respectfiid'y, S. SWAN & Co.
Augusta, Oa., Dec. 15, 15teS.
WOOD, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS,
SUCCESSOR~S TO S. SWAN & CO.
T IE following Schem~e will be drawn by Woon.
EDDy & Cii., Managers of the 8 P A R T A
ACAD)E3Y LOTTERY, in eachb of their Single
Number Lotteries for Alarch 1859, at AUG USTA,
tGeorgin, in public, under the superintendenace of
Class 10 Dra.ws Saturday, March 5, 1859
Class 11 Draws Saturday, Mtarch 12, 1858
Class 12 Draws Saturday, March 19 1856
Class 18 Draws Saturday, March 28, 165b
On the Plan of Single Numbers,
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICEET$
TO DE DRaWN
EACH SATURDAY ]N MARCII!
t Prize of........7,ieno I Prize of ....$50
I. " ... ei11...... 1,40ld4 ............4'i0
I " ...... 5,oO00 I0 "I ...... Ot
1 "...... 4,"00 ItoJ " ......15
."...... ,.00leti A " ... ......1
APPltOXIM ATION PEIZES.'
4 Pr'zes of $400 Appr..x'at'g to $50,00n0 Prize are 41.600
4 - " 8iN " " 2y',ou " " 1,2t0
4 " " 250 "i " 1",wud " i 1.000
4 " " 225 " " 5,o-i0 " " 90
5'00 " " 2') are......................100,010
.5,485 Prizrs amantmting to............5320,000
WHlOLE TICKETS $10; 11A LYES $5: QUAlRTEIIS $2i
im'A C~rcular showlig the plant or the Lotteries will
be sent to any one desirous of receiving It.
CERITIFICATES OF PACKAGES will be sold at the
following rates, whieh Is the risk:
Certificate of Packtage of in Whole Tiel:ets,....$50
" " 10 lialf " .....40
"1 "l 10 Quarter ".... 2*.
" " 10 E-ghth " .....10
IN ORDERING TICKETS 01: CER:TIFICATIES. ern
clos.: the mimey to nour addlres f.,r the Tickets uiered,
.an re~cipt or which the., will bie foirwarded by firsr muil.
P'urchasers can have Tickets ending in any figure they
may des gnate.
The Li.t,t r rawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to
purchasers linmediately after tihe drawing.
P'urcha'era wilt plea~se write thieir signiatures plain, and
give their Post Ottice~, County ande Nate.
Itemembiter that every Prize is drawn and payable In
full withi.ut deduction.
All pirizes of $j,.000 and uander, patid immediately after
the drawing-cther prizesi at tire usual time of thirty dIa) 5.
NOTICE TO CttESPON l)ENTS.--Those who pri
fer not sending mo~ney by mail, cnn use TiltE- .AIDA.\l
EXI'i:ESS COMPiN'Y, wher.-by mAiry f..r Tick, Ls. In
sunis of Ten Djotllra, anid upwards, cnn be sent AT t)Ulc
liiSK( AND) EXP'ENsE. from any city or t'iwn whecre
they bave an ofilce. The moiney and order muset be
enclaisedl In a "Government Post Of0ice Stampead Envel
ope."~ or the Express (onm~aniy cannot reeive ttim.
Alt commnnctions strictly conthlen~rtial.
Address Orders for Tickets or Certitleates to
WOODil. EDDY & CO., Augusta, Ga.
or, WOOl), EIDDY & C0.,.Atlanata. Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Wilmitngtona, DP',
?W"A lIt- .f the uiumbers that are drawn fromn the
whn.e, with the a-n''tn of th rite t hiat elh onte is en~tl.
tied to, will bei Itubtbshedt after every drawing in the fu,!
lowing pn ers Augusta tGa.) Com-titutkenatist, Mobile
ltegister. . aahe'Ite Gazette, New York We'ekly Day
Book, 1tlahm md DIspatch, andI Pauldlng (M Ueirlon.
March 1 tf S
IRON AND BRASFOUNDRY,
W. M. H-IGH T,
HIGH-T s MACMUl~RPHY
C 1NTlINUE.S the abo~ve buineiss, In all its bran
ches, at thie AalERICAN FOUND)RY, and
a,.i he thanklul f..r orders for alI kinds eof
IDON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
For 1eobl Mines, MiUs, Rail Roads, hiridges, and
MIACINERLY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Augusta, Sept, 1, 858 ly* 34
TI E Creditors eof IlENIRY 1f. IIIL L, eeed.,
e~i niing under the Dleed of .Asusigniamenit, for
:mir benefit, b~y him execuitedi in his life~ timo. nre
herebey requeireid to pireen.t thecir respective deits
toi the subescribier eon or before the 2th d.iy of A pril
And~e thme ani.l erediors are hiereb.y notiflled ti bie
.id iippear uit E.lgitehl Cort 1bouse,. cin the iday
abo,'ve mren~tioneed, ut which time ad plate ai finni1
distrib~ut iounun emn them will lie madee eof tall aiid
singuilar. the nesigined eiets nndte etnte of the said
11. 11. lill), renmininlg ini the haeneds of the e:hseri
ber, pursuant to the pirovisionse of the said dleed.
Jan. 18, 3m .3
T EAM MIL L NIYITICE.-Fromi and arfter
~Monday 7th of Febiruatry next, Meindaiy, Tues..
dlay andi WVednewsday 'if eachl week, will be assignecd
for Sawing Lumbaler at my Steamu .M1lls, ande Thure
day, Frieday and $aturdamy for the grininmg oftiratin,
tntil further notice. RL. T. MIMS.
Jan,. 12. t f I
A SPLENDID 1BARGAIN.--The Substcri
ber offers for sate an entirely new IRON
SAFEb, with ll's power proof lock-shtiped by
mistake. It will be cold for cash, at New York
cost, and warranted. Size small.
8. E, BO0WERS, Agt.
Ju., mt. 10 19e It 1
T IE Subscriber is now receiving a splendid
NEW STOCK OF GOODS of EVERY
DESCRIPTION, to which he invites his friends
and the public in general to call and examine.
Tbankful for past favors, he hopes by strict at
tention to business to merit a continuance.of the
same; and by adopting the
a A S - S iV S T E M,
le hopes to be able to please all who may give
him a call. D. C. BRYAN.
March 9, 1859 tf 9
NEW SPRING GOODS!
T !IE Subscribers are now receiving their new
SPRING STOCK for 1859, which they are
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
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 GING
BAREGES and TISSUES of every style;
Bonnet RIBBONS of every 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 prices.
TO TIHE GENTLEMEN,
We say walk in and examine our Stock of Gen
tlemen and Boys GOODS, which were purchased
expressly 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
We call the attention of the Farmers to our Stock
of AXES, HOES.CiISELS,AllUURS,SCYTHE
BLADES and STOCKS, TRACE CHAINS, &c.
We havc on hand Colt's Patent REPEATERS,
with other styles of PISTOLS, POWDER, SHOT
TO ONE AND At,
We wish to call your special attention to our large
and well selected stock of SHOES. embracing ev
cry variety of style and quality, which we war
rant to give satisfaction.
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 brandy.
MD-Come in and price if you do not wish to
buy, so that you can be well posted as regards
price and quality.
HUDSON & COGDURN.
N. B.-We have a few hundred pounds of fine
Tennessee SHOULDERS we will sell at 10 etc.
to make room for a large lot of Bacon we are ex
pecting to receive from Tennessee shortlf.
H. & C.
Mar 9 tf 9
at - ~ HAMBURG, S. C.
Have Just Rgceived a Large Lot of
PCRE WH ITE LEAD,
CH iOM3E GREEN,
S. C. SODA,
LAMP BLA CK,
COD LIVER OIL,
GAR DEN SEEDS, (fc., &c.
All of which are for saleonthe most reasonable
terms. We solicit a call.
PELLETIER & CO., Druggist.
Hamburg, Feb 15 2m 0
Joy to the World !!!
FIE 11D MilE AHTIDQTE!
T lIE G reatest Discovery in the World for Curing
Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever. Never
known to fail. For sale by
PELL.ETIERt & CO., Druggists.
Hamburg, Feb. 13 2m e
CANDEE & McEWEN, .
WATCII MAKERS & JEWELERS.
HlAVING this day formed a
C1o. -p artners5hip) will occupy
'Itu n uus next uedj.ining thme
Po.st Qthlb-e, nd will give tho STRICTEST AT
TENTION to all business entrusted to their care.
JEWELRY and SOCIETY IBADGES made to
order and warranted.
gg Particular attention will bo paid to Watch
repairing. F. 11. CANDEE,
1). F. McEWEN.
Edgefield, Nov. 1, 185S tf 43
WOOLLEY TOWN HATS!
N E A Rt G R AN IT EVI L L E, S. C.
R ESP'ECTFULL.Y announces to the citizens of
South Carolina and the South at large, that he
as uow psrepared to fuirnish
OF EVERY STYLE AND QaUALITY,",
As well made, of as good material, and ou as rea
sonable turms na can he found any where in the
Q" Persona desIrlog further Information will
please address me at Glrauitevilha, 8. fl.
Jan,. 1I, 1859 tf 2
SALE AND LIVERY STABLE,
l'IEl Subscriber respectlfully Inferros the citirzens
Uof E.lgefleld and the travelling public, that he
has leased the large and commuodism
STABLES AND STOCK LOTS,
Attached to the House recently known as the Cnro
lina HI.tel, and is nowr preplared for the acconmmo
HORSES, STOOX, &c.
His personal attention wyill be given to the Sta
bes, and perso'ns leaving their Horses in his care,
may rest satisfied that they will receive the best
treatment. Hie solicits the travelling community
to give him a trial, as he deswires to convince all
that. it will he to their interest to entrust their Hu,
ses to his charge.
DROVERS can also be accommodated with the
hest arranged Lots for the safe keeping of their
Tho Suhbscrib~er will always keeop on handl a num
ber of IHOILSES and VElllCLES, which he will
hire out at reassnable prices. Persons wishing
conveyuance from Edlgelrld elowhere, have only to
Ioave their orders with the Subiscribmer.
T. J. W HlITA KERL.
Jan. 19,185Z9 tf 2
State of South Carolina,
vs. Foreign Attachmnt.
John C. Thomas. J
rIE P'laintil, ini thu above statedl case. having
.Lthis day tiled his lDeclaration iinamy otliea, and
toe Defend:'nt having neither wife nor Attorney
known to resiude withain thme limits of this State, onu
whaoam copies of said declaration with rules to plead.
can ho Served: on motion of Messrs. Carroll &
Bacon, Plaintiff's Attorney, ordered. That staid De
fedant appear andI plead to said Declaration with
int a year and a day from the date hereof, or Ainal
ad absolute judgment will be given against hint.
- THOS. G. BACON,. c. c, r.
Clerh" am. Bcnt. 27.18. 2y * 3
GRAY & TURLEY,
BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY HAVE JUST
ABITON AD IPOEKET
111l10NIN 1110 lHHI
TO THEIR STORE,
UNDER UNITED STATES 'HOTEL,
WHICH AFFORDS THEM SUFFICIENT ROOM TO KEEP.
ONE OF THE
STAPLE AND FARc
TO WHICH THEY ARE CONTIJUALLY ADDING ALL THE
NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON,
AS THEY ARRIVE FROM EUROPE
OR ARE PURCHASED AT 1101E.
Having a Most Thorongh, Competent and Experienced Purchaser
CONTINUALLY IN THlE NORTHERN 31ARKETS, WHO DEVOTEE HIS5
ENTIRE LABORS TO THE SELECTION OF OUR SUPPLIES
PURCHASING EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASli~
and attending all Leading, anud Auction Srdes, wheire Bargqaiuns are to lbe fnnd,
weC can conj/denttly (isisre thse public at (Vsain of at least
TEN TO FIFTEEN PER CENT.
This is perfectly reasonable, and compatible with common sense and all MERCAN
IL.E EXPERIE~eE. If the public will simply benr in mind a few of the leading facili
tes which we have of ob~taining GOODS, and the principal points by which our
Business is governed :-ini the first place, we make no Bad Debts, as our busiess
IS STRICTLY CASH!
mnd consequently hav e not to make up such losses on Good Cash Pa~ying Customers.
Secondly, recollect the great leading fact of kecping Money always Turning Over;
we remit to our purenaser, and receive from him
therefo~re turning our money over at least twenty-five times a year,
AT TIIE END OF THE SEASOY, EVEN AT TIE
han if we were to make fifty per cent., on a stock purchmassd twice a year, besides
he losses incurred from ha~ving to buy so largely at one time. incurring the risk cf
Changing Styles,&c. THEN TDlE GREAT ADVANTAG E of having a thoeroumgh
udge continually in market, who is alwaLys posted to a shade, in the nise o'r ill of
DRY GOODS. If these fewv plain truths are properly weighed, it will be readily
perceived the great advantage in purchasing from such fresh supplies, at
UNQUALIFIEDLY LOW PRICES!
WE ARE NOW IN THE MIDST OF RECElVING OUR
AEW RAED ELEA1T
Spring Stock of
STl N FAC DII GOODE!
DRY GOODS ESTABLISH1MENT,
And as we wish to inaaugurate PERFECT SY7ST EM in allI our Departments
of Trade, the public can confidentIly rely upon
o matter hoW inexperienced the purchaser may be in the value of Dry Goods. We
would most con/tdently and respectfully irnite (in examination of our
GOODS AND PRICES.
GRAY & TURLEY,
UNDER THlE UNITED STATES HOTEL, AUGUSTA,
andl 115 CONGRESS STREET, SAVANNAH.
N. B.-Parcels Delivered in all parts of the City, and Hambui'g,
FEE oF CHARGE.
....A u aiarda141~ 2m 10
SPRINC AND SUMMER TRADE.
J. M. NEWBY.& CO.,
HAVE NOW ON HAND
.A. SPLENDID STOCKM OF
At WHOLESALE and RETAIL. Also,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES & VESTINGS,
Which will be Made Up to Order
IN THE MOST FASHIWNABLE STYLES
WARRANTED TO FIT.
ALsO, DEALERS rK
All of which will be Sold at the Lowest Prices, by
J. 1. Newby & Cos
Under the United States Ilotel, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Mureb 21 tf 11
NEW CARPET STORE!
GO NO LONGER NORTH!
JUST RECEIVED AND IN STORE.
R ICH English Velvet Carpeting, English and American Three-Plys,
English Wire Brussels, Scotch Ingrain Carpeting,
English Tapestry Brasssels, Hemp Carpeting, half wool and cotton Carpeting,
The above goods are selected expressly for this market, and offered at the lowest market pricer,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS..
F 3R Halls, Entries, Rooms, &c. We have now in store a select stock of thoroughly seaoaned
Floor Oil Cloths, 12, 18 and 24 feet wide, which we will cut to fit entries. halls, rooms,
&cc., and at as low a price as the same q'iality of Goods can h~e purchased for, 1'orth or South,
As-4.4, 6.4 and 8.4 Floor Oil Cloths-good 0 .ods, at the low price of 62.}ets per square yd,
JAS. G. BAIL E & BROTHER.
W E have r.ow on handl ana just received, several invoices of the above G'oo1, i-t gold bordet
plain,gol border batsket centre, gold border flowe~rs, and gald I, rder pili, Landscapet
any q1uaity, plain panel bordered Shakdes, and buff llolland Shades. The above Goods we art
offering to our enstomiers and the public generally at really low eash prices. Our price~s range
fron $2 to $12 per pair, all trimnmings included. .JAS. G. BA ILl E & DROWTH ER,
205 Broad-st., next to the Bank of Augusta.
F RChurch Ai-des, Entries, Stairs, &c. We are offering to the public an assortment oi
English. Venetians, seldom found in any Southernm market: they are imported direct by
ourselves, and we can afford to sell them at the fair market value.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
30 inch and 35 inch Round Rods, 36 aad 40 inch x 1, 1*, 1} and li inch fluted
" x nh oal, St air R1ods, brass,
30 "x I holow.30, 36 and 40 inch x l4 and 11 inch silvei
30 " x 11& and 1I and 1j hollow, plated Stair Rods.
36 and 40 inch x 1 and 11 inch hollow. Orders filled promptly for the above Goods.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROThl ER, 205 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
61 4 DRIUGGETS, " all Worsted." suitable for Crumb Cloths, 12-4 Druggets. all wrool
""~m suitable orCarpets or Crumb Cloths. 6 4 Drnggets. &c., nll wool, at .50 cents atid
'2) ets. per running yard. JA MES G. B3AILIE & BROTHER.
J.:hu Crossly & Sons' double sided Mosnie Rugs, in dozs, penifowls, lion, sporting scene, fox
and rabbits, and the American eagle, &c.; Velvet Rugs, Tufted Rugs ; Tapestry Rugs, etc.
Cocoa andi Canton M2attings.
O -,5-4, and 6-4, Cocoa, Mattings, suitable fihr ofickes, counting houses, hotel entries,
O'"Oundoulth..roughlares, &c., &c. 3.4, 4-4, 541, and 6-4 Cantoni Mattings, in white,
red, checked, ehene, striped, &c., offered at prices to suit the wants of all.
Inside and Outside Door Mats.
The Trish Cocoa Mat, imported udirect ; Scotch Cocoa Mats; American Cocoa Mats,
Man Ila. Tufted, Cho.ir, Crass, anmd Shmeepakin Mats.
All of the ab~ove goods we offer nt the luwest market prices. Carpets made, fitted, and laid.
Oil Cloths cut and laid, by competent men, thoroughly acquainted with the business.
Those in want of' the abtove goods are respectfully requested to give us a look before pur
chasing. W Country orders proml tly attended to. JA.GBA lE& RTE,
New Carpet Store--205 Broad St., Augusta. Ga., near to Bank of Augusta; and
JAS. G. BAILIE, Charleston, S. C.
Augustai, Gn., Feb. 2, 18'>9. ly 4
W. ]EL GOODR.ICI-I,
[REPRESENT'ED BY CIlARtLES McLAREN.]J
No. 271 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA,
[FIVE DOOlta IIELOW BONES. DROWN A CO.'S.].
DE ALER IN SUG APRS, COFFEE, T( BA CC), 8EG ARIS, CA N DJLES, SOAP, STA RCH,
sano t3; IN t, itoPI-.T WINE, N.\lLS and WOO)DEN W ARE, BACON, L ARD, FLOUR,
FISLL, SA LT, &c., &c.. including everything usually found in a Wholesale Grocery House,
mE crnEI1'JIhTGr I-*XQtIT O B.il
gl PATRONAGE RESPECTFU L LY SDLICITE D.
SUNDRIES IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE:
200 bags fair to chice RIO0 COFFEE;- 100 bble. A to C Stuart's Refined SUGARS;
25 * prIma 01ld Governinsnt JAV'A do,.; 20 " " CRUSRED "
20 balf and u~nrte'r ehests (1REEN and 12 1iee " LOAI? "
lILA A.:( ', A S 1 12 hEle, prime to theice A N e ian n
100 boxes Ti~)IlACCO, vnflotts btratld; %.,f000Sp) ~Int4mi Ged0.rmn8 lAttS~
1.000 keL' N.U I,8, asorted i I50 keps S1'K rES, assorted ; 2.000 sacks NJW S.I! T ;
100 pn.-kages NEW MA CKER1EL; 40 w!mlhe. hlf ..ad quart -r boxes cNEW~ R A ISIN'S;
100 bonxs Gn.hen, and English lDairy CTIIEESE; 5 kegs prime Gosheni BUTTER ;
10l0 & A~lhtmantino and $p.rm CA NI.lE$;
5(1 " Penrl STA RCII; .5( boxes Family and SN. 1 SO AP.
BAuWGING. ROPE and TWINE, BACE N and I.A RD, PEPPER. SPICE, GINGER. SODA,
NUTM WIS. lilU1E'T'ONE. COPhPEltAS, INDlIGO. MA!:DER, SNULFF, PANTED
TUBS AND lBUCKETS. Cedar TUBS. AND BUCEETS; Brass and Iron Bound
WATER~ CANS, COCOA .DIPPERS, MEASURES, BROOMIS, &c., &.;
Rifle and Blasting POWDER, SHOT and LEAD. All of which ai'e offer'
ed to the Trade on the most reasonable termaa
HATRONAGE RESECTFULLT SOLICITED. WILLIAM H. GOODRICH.
Jasx. 5, 1559. 3m. 512 271 BRAOAD-ST., Aiqyuta, Ga.
G.A.,DE~ SEE I ISPLENDID FALL AND WINTER
Ramsey & Lab aw,
fv ~ E i.TUlt N their thanks to their numerous friends
/ R andI customers for their liberal patronage, and
se to assure thema that they are now manuf.ieturing
ONE OF THE LARGEST and BEST STOCKS
EM. PENN has on hand a full assortment ofOF CLOTHIING
e Garden Seed, which ho warrants puro, fresh Ever offered is the city, at prioes below last year.
und genuine. We have in addition, the Largest Stock of
Jan 20 tt 3 OL T Z
In the South, A LL OF O UR O WN M A KE.
ASSignee's Notice. a We invite our friends in Edgefield and the
ALL A ND SINGUL AR, the Creditors of the adjining District., to give our Stock an examina
Alate R. P. H ARRIsON, are hereby notified tion~. We are always anxious to exhibit our Goods,
ItLar they are requested to present their clainma duly adare confident that the Qua.rr and Paieas of
tteted to the undecraigned, on or before the 15th ,our Clothing must give satisfaction.
clay o.f May next, andI alt those indebted to, the Auguseta, Sept. 22 tf 8'7
,sid I. P. IInrrison's estate, are requested to make
payent to the undersigned by the tiame ab,,ve U S T R EC EIV ED via. Charleston, per
pecifd-as a settlement of said Estate tust be Steamer Isabella, 20 doxen Dr. MAnm's world
ade soon. CHAS. 31. FREEMAN, Irenown COUGH MEDICINE. Forsaleat~lbley's
Asignee of R. P. Hanison. JCorner. B. L. OGNTRY, Agt.
&MBTRG, S. 0.
MHE subscriber returns his thanks to I- it iends
I and patrons for the liberal patronage extend
ell t, him during the past two years, and hopes to
receiv' a continuaisin of the same.
For th -car 1859, ample preparations will he
made to give e best satisfaction to those who may
SVRVANTr, order d well-trained, have been
The TAn.tJ will receive t 'roprietor's own at
tention, and shall be supplied the best the
market of Augusta affords.
The STABUrS will be in the charge of an atten
In short, kind friends, I am going to make every
effort to please you.
G. C. CUNNINGHAM.
Hamburg, Dec. 21 tf 50
H.AMB'U:RG, is. c.4
T HIS Hotel having changed hands, is now open
fur the accommodation of Planters and the
tr.veling publie genorlly, whso may always expect
to find at my board the subrtantials of life accept
ably served. Also, a comfortable- bed for them
selves, and good attention for their horses.
jW- Call and see.
J. N. FISK, Proprietor.
ra nburr, J.In. 5, 1859. ly 1
HAM"BUaG, a. C.
T 'IS NEW AND SPLENDID HOUSE r-OR
TLIQUORS, LUNCHUS and
is now kept by the undersigned In a style hereto
fore unknown in thia place.
HIS WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS AND TO
BACCO, are of the most choice qualities.
HIamlrg, Feb. 9. "im 5
W E take this opportunity of informing our
PATRONS and FRIENDS that we hae
bepught out the interest of Messra. SIBLEY A
USNiER, of this Town, and have remuved to the
Store forinerly occupied by them.
We return our sincere tbanks to the Planters
generally for the liberal patronage always bestowed
upon up, and will endeavor to continue to merit the
When we shall have the pleasure of greeting our
old Friends and Patrons at our new location, they
will find us fully supplied with the following ar
Superior Java, Laguyra and Rio COFFEES:
Stuart's A B C Powdered and Crushed SUGARS;
Orleans and West India MOLASSES;
English Dairy CHEESE;
No. 1, 2, 3, Kits and liarrel,, MACKEREL ;
Heavy Gunny BAGGING;
Role ROPE and TWINE;
Tennessee and Baltimore BACON;
OSNABURGS, STRIPES, SHIRTINGS;
BLANKETS and PLAINS;
Negro HATS, BROGANS and BOOTS;
Oils, Turpentine, Glass and Whitelesd;
TOBACCO, Indigo, Madder and Spices:
Every description of IRON and STEEL, Ac.
We have made arrangements with the most eele.
brated Distillers on the Continent to supply us the
BEST and MOST CHOICE
BRANDS OF LIQUORS,
That can be produced. Our future aim and inten
tine will be to keep unimpaired our long eptab.
lished reputation for keeping the FINEST and
most PURE LIQUORS ever offered in Hamburg.
Our large number of customers for WINES and
LIQUORS Is ulcent gusrantee that we keep the.
purest and best artlecs in this line.
Our superior facilities thr selling Imported Wines
and Liquors are utnquestlonable, as we receive theta
direct from the L.ondon Dunks.
IN 0U3 SADDLBY DEPAR'J KENT,
Will ho found a New and FashIonable Stoek of fine
Sadldles, warranted for durability and easy riding.
Also. American ai~d English Housings. Buggy and
Wagon Harness, Bridles, Curb and Snail. Bitt,
Whips, &., &c.
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.
Hamburg, Jan. 5, 1859 tf 52
T'lIE subscriber takes this method of returning
his thanks to his frieds for their libeoral sup-.
iaort during the past year, and respectfully infaanms
hem and the pusbl'e generally, that ho still con
t'uues hia FAMILY GROCERY, andl will a'
ways keep on baud a C!OJIPLETE~ STOC~K of
everything in the Grocery line, to which he invites
the attention of the trading public. His toes are
reasonable, as he is convmnced that "a Ni,nbfe
Pen'iy i belier thua a slowe Shillinsg."~
Also on hand, alarge stock of QO0TS A ND
S hOES, for sale cheap.
Hamburg, S. C., Jan. 5, 1859. ly 52
State of' South Carolina,
IN COJMON PLEA8.
J. J. L. Partlow,)
vs. 'For Attachment.
HI. T. Farmer.J
vgqE Plaitiffi in the ahove stated case, having
thisday filed his Decluration in mny Office, and
the Defendant having neither wife nor Attorney
known to reside within the limits of this State, on o
whom copies of said Declaration with aules td plead
can be servcd: On motion of Messrs. Carroll A
Tompkinr, Plaintiffs Attorneys, ordered that said
Defendant appear and plead to said Declaration
within a year and a day from the date hereof, or
final and absolute judgment will be given against
him. THOS. G. DACON, c. c. P.
Feb. 28, 1850. ly 8
State of' South Carolina,
IN OlDINAR Y,
vs. .Citation to Ac't.
John W. Dledeoe,.Gtiardin.)
IIL' appearing toi liy satisfaletion that the Defend.
ant .John WV. liledlaoe, resh~les beyondl the limits
',t'the State: on motion of Mr. Seib~les. Plaintiffs
A itorney, it is ordered tbaa the Defendant appear
either in plerson, or biy his Attorney, at my office on
Monday thme 23rd of May next, to account with the
Plaintiff, as her Guardian. Given under my hand.
* at my office, this the 2Sihi Feb. 1859.
W. F. D URISOE, 0. Z.Dn.
March 2. 3m S
State of South Carolina,
Jeptha Couch, Adm'or of William Satchor,
The Creditors generally of the said deo'd.
I T appearing to my satisfaction that the assets of
said deceased are Insufficient to pay off his debts
in fulL. It Is ordered and decreed that al1 and ein
gular, the creditors of the said William Satocher,
deeased, do present their claims against the said
Wilm Satcher, decesmemi, before me, properly
prsveI, mtt nr bsi-ri tl~o twnny-hird day n'' Msey
:a~s;w sil ilhat ihey dlo rppa r in, the C0;am of ithl
lmtry, tin addi~ tweitty-ili Ird day of haly nxl6 i re
-oire thejir hiropierI!49 o theii Perets of sairidease.ld
lunl tfiling to tt!, Ii. they *ill be pirseludled and
(live'n, nhld my linsrd and (eai; tide lwenith
Jecondllday of Februnsty, A. D., ofte tliottasid eighmt
aund'red and fifty-nino.
Ordiinfy's dfice; Fdtb. 22, 185!, - 3n i
State of South Carolina,
IN ORDINAR Y.
Thomas R. Rhodes, Adm'or., Applicant,)
Win. N. Raines and wife Rebenoa, andr
James K. Arrington and wife, Def'ts.J
IT apearin to my satisfaction that William N.
Ransadhis wife Rebecca, and Jesso K. Ar
ra.ugton an:l his wife, two of the Defendants in this
ease reside beyond the Phnits of this State: It is
therefore ordered that they do a ppear and ohjeet,
to the division or smale of the Rcal1 Estate of Elisa
beth Walling. deceased, on or before thec 14th May
next, or their consent to the samne will he entered
on record. W. F. DURISOE, 0.:m. D. -
Ordinary's Office, Feb. 14, 1859. 3m 0
State of South Carolina,
IN EQUIT Y. etue/o
Exparte, Ptto o
AmandalHolly, VirginiaE. Holly, Psas mt
Geo.T. Holly and Rnams E. Hlly.Jde
U NDER an order from Chancellor Wardlaw in
ths matter, I hereby notify the ctedltorv of
liufus Holly, late of Edgeleld Ihistrict, to present
and fully prove before tie their claims against the
estate of the said deceased, on or before the third
Monday in May next, as otherwise their said claims
will be barred in the settlement of his estate.
A, SIMRINS, c. 3.5s. D.
March 2, 153m -
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