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I HAVE now for inspection at Edgefield Village,
COLTON'S CABINET k GENERAL ATLAS
OF THE WORLD, containing over 170 Steel
Plate Maps and Plans, and also a Letter Press
Geographical, Statistical & Historical
Description of each and every Map.
Not deeming it necessary to comment on the
many excellent merits of the above work myself,
I will merely offer the following Certifiates from
some of the best Geographical and Historical
critics in the District, to whose inspection I have
submitted the work, and who have kindly furnish
ed me with their favorable opinion of it. To the
annexed Certificates the reador's attention is ear
J. W. DEMMON, Agent.
April 6 tf 13
Certificate of Hon. F. H. Wardlaw.
EDGFIBLD C. H., April 4, 1859.
I have examined with some care Colton's General
Atlas, and I believe it to be the most complete
and valuable work of that kind'offered for sale.
F. 11. WARDLAW.
Certificate of Rev. J. R. Pickett.
EDGEFIELD, S. C., April 4, 1859.
Mr. J. W. DEmxo,-Sir : I have examined the
copy of the Colton Cabinet Atlas which I purchased
from you with some care; and as you wish my
written opinion of the work, without the leaet hesi
tation I give it to you, in the following terms: I
know nothing to equal it in the satisfaction it af
fords and the truthfulness and lateness of its ac
counts. I hope the above will be suflicient as an
expression of my views of the work as a recom
andation to any one who may wish the latest and
best work of the kind.
J. R. PICKETT,
Pastor'of . E. . S. Edgefield & C.
Certificate of Rev. L. R. Gwaltney.
EDOEFIBLD April 4, 1859.
I take pleasure in commending Colton's Atlas,
for which Mr. J. W. Demmon is Agent. Compe
tent judges pronounce it the most reliable work of
the kind ever published in this country. So far
as I am capable of judging, this commendation is
richly deserved. While the Maps are excellent, the
Letter-press is rich In varied and useful informa
tion, making the work a valuable acquisition to
any family. L. R. GWALTNEY.
Certificate of G. D. Tillman, Esq.
EDGEFIELD, April 4, 1858.
I have used Colton's General Atlas for more
than twelve months, and I esteem it the best Geo
graphical work, both for Delineation and Descrip
tion ever published in America.
G. D. TILLMAN.
MAP OF THE STATE OF
Compiled from Rail Road, Coast. and State
Surveys. By G. E. Walker and J. John
son, Civil Engineers. Four Sheets.
Size, 73 by 57 inches.
T 711S MAP has been compiled under the an
thority of the Legislature of the State of
South Carolina, and is the only Map of the State
which, for accuracy of delineation and minutim of
detail, can claim to be reliable. It embraces all
the surveys mado by or under authority of the
- local government, the surveys of the most eminent
civil engineers in the service of the eeveral rail.
road companies, and the results of the United
States' Coast Survey; and for the authenticity of
its material, and the general correctness of its to
pographical-illustrations, the reputation of two of
the most widely known and esteemed engineers of
the State is responsible. Such guarantees for the
perfection of a State Map were never before afford
ed to the public.
The Map, in point of minuteness, stands une
qualled ; it exhibits the lines of all existing rnil
roads in progress, and those also whieb nire pro.
jecteud, the whole system of post and district roadls,
and all other internal inmprovements ; the situation
of cities, towns, villaged, post-othices, anid the great
multiplicity of other objects usually found on the
best and most elaborate Maps: and in poinit of
executini, its artistical nuerits are such us to chal
lainge the admiration of all whose opinion Is worth
.Thu large scale adopted by the authoirs, the dis
tinctness withi which its great natural features are
depicted, and the truthfulness of its geogriaphiual
context, adapt it peculiarly to the wants of all in
terested in commnereo, internal trade, and general
business within the State ; and to surveyors and
engineers it must supply much that is new, impoir
tant, and valuable to facilitate their labhors in the
field as well as in the office. No resident, indeed,
at all interested in the progress of the State, can
well do without this Map, which so faithfully re
flects the actual condition of the country with
which he is identified.
prFor sale by J. W. DEMMON, Agt.
April 6 tf 13
OF EVERY PORTION OF THE WORLD,
FR~OM a small Pocket Map to the largest Wall
UMap, and of every State and Territory in the
Union, &c., &c.
Also, aNEW GUIDE TO KANSAS AND THE
ROCKY MOUNTAIN GOLD REGiONS. by
James Redpath and Rt. J. Hlinton, with Maps.-a
valuable work for Travellers and Emigrants. eon
t'ining a great amount of information regarding
thu History and Settlement of the Countryv, char
aeter of the soil, growth of Towns and Cities,
P'opulaation, Routes, Distances, &c. Published by
J. H. Colton, New York.
prAll ordcrs will be promptly attended to by
addressing - J. W . DSEMMON, Agt..
Edgene.ld, S. C.
A pril 6 tf 13
GREAT AND VALUABLE
T HE undersigned, Assignees of S. T. Agnew,
will, from this date, offer the
of Goods in the store of S. T. Agnew, at cost, and
continue to sell the same at great Bargains, until
the entire stock is closedl out. This stock is one of
the largest and best selected assortments of Goons
ever offered in the State of South Carolinn.
All of which hav'e been purchased in the best
markets in the world, and at greatly reduceed prices,
below that of any other stock ever offered in this
THIS STOCK EMBRACES
A full assortment of all the
ARTICLES USU.ALLY WANTED BY PLANT
ERS, MERCHANTS and MECHANICS, &c:
of all kinds, embracing a complete assortment of
SHELF HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
*Also, a large assortment of all kinds of
And FARMERS IMPLE'MENTS, generiilly.
A complete assortment of all kinds.
One of the largest and most complete stocks of ali
kinds of Day Goons. aditpted to the wants of every
person, togethcr with a large assortment of atrticles
too numerous to mentiion.
All this Entire Stock will be
SOLD AT COST FOR CASH!
or in large stins, will be sold on a Credit, with good
and approved bankable notes.
Merchants andl others wanting Goiods in this line,
will do well to call and o.xanre te Stock, as nal
who wish to piurcbase can save from 50 to 75 per
cent. on their purchiass.
THIS STOCK MUST BE S0OLD WITHOUT
FAIL, so all persomns are invited to call atid be con
viuced of the great induceents now offered.
.ind PETER lfAIIl,
Assigneos iof S. T. Agniew.
March 22 3m 12
Bagging, Rope & Twine.
125Bales Heavy Gunny DAGGING ;
300 itolis Heavy Patched DAG.GING;
100) Pieces -" Danide"
350 Coils Machine andi Handl-mide IOPE ;
50.000 LIbs. Tennessee UACON. Hu~g ro~ud.
For sale low for cash, or 'in time hy
ESTES A CLARK.
Augusta, March 30, 1859 3m 12
&c.--My Stock oif Grocerie, Cionfection-e
ries, Ac., was never MORE COMPLETE, and em
braces everything in that line o (hobsiness, WITH
THlE EXCEPTION OF LIQUORS. Thankful
fur the generous patronage, that I have and am
now receiving, I feel enciouraged to continue my
efforts to please a liberal and appreciating public.
W.IH. HIARRISON, Ag't.
March 30 tf 12
JUST RECEIVED--00 Dozen Dr. Mar.
tin's World-Renowned COUGH Medicine. For
sale at BIbley's corner, by
B,.L. GENTRY, Ag'L
T TrE subscriber has just opened an entire NEW
STOCK of Goods at his Old Stand, (the Brick
,sore,) which he invites all to call and examine
His stock embraces every variety of
For Ladies' Wear !
Among them will be found Plain Black and Fan
Organdie and Jaconet MUSLINS, new styles and
Byadere Double Skirt and Side Stripe BE
English and American PRINTS;
BRILLIANTES and GINGHAMS;
Plain, Swiss and Jaconet MUSLINS;
Plain Striped and Checked Nainsook and Mull
Summer SHAWLS and MANTILLAS;
Jaconet and Swiss EDGINGS, COLLARS and
Fine BONNETS and BONNET RIBBONS;
BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS for Men, Boys,
Ladies and Misses.
Bleached and Unbleached SHIRTINGS and
PILLOW CASE and SHEETINGS;
LINENS and MARSEILLES for Men and Boy's
OSNABURGS, STRIPES and TICKINGS.
HAIIAIE A10- CRQCIURY,
With every variety usually kept in a Dry Goods
ggr Please call and examine my Goods and
Prices before trading elsewhere.
B. C. BRYAN.
Mar. 30. tf 12
H AS receivedfrom New York his Spring supplies,
embracing a large and splendid assortment of
among which are
Fancy Spring and Summer SILKS, of new and
Paris SILK ROBES, with Double Skirts, of rich
and splendid styles;
Black Bayadere and Plain Black SILKS, of
Rich Paris Organdie and Barege ROBES, of
French Printed Jaconet and Organdie ROBES,
at very low prices;
Black Barege ROBES, with Double SKIRTS, for
Paris Printed ORGANDIES and JA CONETS,of
new and beautiful stvles:
Superior 4-4 Freneh PRINTS and Chintz BRIL
English and American PRINTS, a very large
Ladies' Black Lace, Silk and Lace, and Plain
Black Silk MANTILLAS, of new and splendid
Ladies' Plain White, Black and Fancy Barege
Lalies' Plain Bl'k Grenadine & Stella SHAWLS;
Rich French Embroidered Muslin and Lace COL
LARS and UNDERSLEEVES, in setts of new and
French Embroidered Muslin COLLARS, of now
and beautiful styles;
Rich Embroidered Lace POMPADOURS;
- Thread and Valenciennes Lace EDGINGS and
Worked Swiss and Jaeonet FLOUNCINGS5, and
Jacontets, Na.insookc, Checked and Mull.MUS
Fancy Swiss MUSLINS, fo'r Ladies' Unnder
Sleeved, or becautir'nl styles:
A lar,.e assortment of Ladies' MOURNINii
A large assortment of Ljadis'. Misses'. Gentle
menus', Youths andl Ciiiren's J(OSIERY, of the
best make. elastic andl le':Oat to wear:
Ladlie' CORS$ETS ande Steel Spring SKiR TS, of
the moi.st approved styles:
Ladies' tjossmemr Steel Spring SKIR'TS. a new
article of the nmost perfect symmmetry.amnd very light;
Misses' Steel Spring SKIRTS, of assorted sizes,
and Ladies' do. of extra length;
Ladies' PA RASOLS, of new and beautiful styles;
With a full and complete assortment of articles
suitable for Family and Plantation use.
W. S. continues to sell for Cash, or for Bills to be
paid p~romptly, quarterly, and in this waly he can
sell Goods at decidedly lower prices than they can
be purchased on the usual credit terms. Hie re
spetfully invites his friends and the public to ex
amine his stock, especially his large and varied
Which he has selectecd with great care from the
motrcn mportathions. and compr1ise sen of the
motdsrbearticles ever offered in this city.
Augsta, rh in,~II if 12
W, F, PRATT & INANC.E,
Wholesale and Retail'
NEW BE RRY, S. C.,
A R E now prepared to sell upon better terms than
can be had elsewhere in South Carolina, every
variety of DRUS, MEDICINES and CHIEMI
CALS, at wholesale and retail.
PUTTY, GLASS AND
Painters' anid Glaziers' Tools
in store; and will bec sold, upon a warrranty, at low
rates. A fine stock of
.PHYSICIANS' AND SUEGEONS' INSTRUMENTS,
Chemical Apparatus, Physicians' Saddle Bags and
Medicine Cases, asnd Family Medicine Chests
of the latest styles. A full assortment of
Trusses and Braces!
of the most approved patterns.
THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF
Smo0king and ChoWIng Tobacco,
fur sale in any quantities desired. The Wines and
Liquors were ynachasedl with a riewe to JIedical
Use., and are from the most Reliable Importers.
ALL OF THESE GOODS ARE SOLD AT A
VERY LOW PROFIT. A full and fresh supply of
of all kinds, Prexrws, Puayasves, T Aas.w Pri'T
MACARotI, IsItOL.Ass, GKT.AvsWE, and niaty other
articles in the Culinary Line, will always he kept
on hand at the very lowest prices. A varied and
tastefully selected stoek of
BRUSHES AND COMBS In endless variety;
SOAPS, PERFUMERY, and TOILET ARTrl
CLES of every dlereription, nil new and dlirect from
A CCMPLETE STOCK CF EVERYTHING IN STORE.
Da. Parvy, who has for a lon-.t time been conneet
edi with the lDrug Interest in Newberry. and' whose
experience and satisfactory business connaegtionis
cntitlo himu to tho confidence of purehasers, has
just retturned from the Northern CiLies where he
bought the entire stock upon the most reasonable
terms, the whole of which is warranted Fnzsu and
;~rB-A COMPETENT AND ENPERIENCED)
APOTH ECA RY has been secured in the Prescrip
ion Department, andi a guaranty is given that
patrons can have their prescriptions filled in the
moat unexceptionable style.
PLAatsn. Puvasreras AI) MCnenAXS will
find it to their interests to call upon WV. F. Pratt
& Nanace, at the sign of the Goldena Morta,
Corner of Main and Caldwcll Streets,
NEWBERRZY, S. ('.
WILLJTAM F. PRIATT,
WILLIAM F. NANCE.
A LL persons indebted to the estate of Mrs. Ltcr
SLxxEaALLt, deceased, are requested to pay
the tame forthwith; and those ehaving -demands
against said estate will please render them in pro
perly attested, as soon as possible. I desire to set
tIe up the estate without delay.
. B. M. TALBERT, Adm'or.
de boais inn.
Nov. 3, 1853 12m . 4S
POTASH IN CANS--For washing purpo
s, which is being sold cheap for eash, by
W. H. HABRISON, Ag'&
ar~U sa e 12
1 3 9. -L019"
DE1MING & DAY.
CORNER, UNDER GLOBE HOTEL,
AauguBta, Ga. .
Having every facility, they are enabled to qfer their Goods on the
most reasonable terms to CASH AND PROMPT PATING CUSTOMERS.
Their Stock will always be replete with everything
NEW AND NOVEL,
In the Trade, and by arrangements, every Steamer will bring
them the SELECT DESIGNS FOR
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
EMBROIDERIES, SKIRTS, &C,, &C,
Among their DuEss GooDs now on hand, in SILK, COTTON AND BAREGE fabrics,
may be found:
Robe a 2 Jupe, Robe a Mantillet,
Robe a 2 & 3 Volant, I Robe a Tunique.
With all the usual Goods for Dresses. All orders promptly attended to.
LEANDER C. DEMING, CHARLIE B. DAY.
Augusta, March 30. tf 12 Late of 1. 3. N cby & Co.
In returning thanks to the friends and patrons of the late firm of DICKEY c&
PJIIBBS, would also announce that he has ju:t returnced from the Nurthern
Harkets, where he has purchascd a
LARGE AND MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GODDS!
Which have been selected with the most jvdicious nicety and gireatest care. To
te Ladies. le would most respectfully suggest that the DRESS GOODS
D.EPARTMENb'T wilt bc fournd to compri5e th~e most
Back Gro sc e hinie and Cischo11~'s SILKS;
Fney PLAIiD trad RoiIES A'LiS ; Eoulard and India SILKS;
issue, iBarege, Grenuadiuc and Organdlie ROi5ES~;
tlan itAREGES.~, and Printed )Jt LINS; Cashmeuxre, Stella anid (irape SHIAW1LS;
ilrge scar4' Freciih Lace PIiNTS, Silk anid Lace AIA NT1LLAS anid TCA4MAS;
sinn ad Ue bigela ST RS, &c., &c.; I reuch Lace, Crape, and a.eiss iEILS,
wissandJacoet OiLLS & SLEEV ES ; Emabro'd SE T1 S, Urape do, Lc o
adis' Kid, Silk, and Thread ULOVES and GAUNT'LETS;
Lui~ n isse' HOSIERY, &c., &c.; HOOP SKIRTS, all prices, &c., &c.
A large stock of Bleached and B own SIIIR TINGS, and SIJEETINGS; Sc'tdh and Russia DIA
ES and TOWELLINGS: NAPKINS, &c.: White tand Drownr DAMA SES atnd Table CLOTliS;
Cotton, Damask. and Woollen Table COVERS: Pillow Case COTTON: L'ish Li.NENS; Marsedlles
nd Lancaster QUILTS, &c., &c.: Frenchi, En-di-h andI Amierican PRtl I S. in ;:reat vatriety; alot:rn
n PRINTS; k'urniture CHIii ZES; CHIAMER~AYS; 1Plain andt 10intsed li LLIANTIS: Scotch
anI Amnorican GuINtiAMS; Linen DRILL.[NGJ: Farmners' SATIN, TWEEI)S, CASSIMERLES,
OTTONADES; Kentucky JEANS; Erminotte DRAPE D'ETE; Lasting ULOT'HS, &c.
SGreat inducements offered to Merchants and Persons purchasing Plantation Bills
Particular attention paid to orders. Goods sent to any part of the City & Hamburg.
Augusta, March 30, if 12
W. H. SALISBURY & CO 1859 !
No. 257 BROAD) STREET,I
3,-,sWRIGHT AND ALEXANDER,
AND"N~AN 'PE )A(OD
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS; n utu2talic
PLAIN and PL AISIHEDEmrcg
TI N WAR E; OtADEND cdT 7S
FQRE Am HFINlH Hiln; MUNN OD
BLOCK TIN, LEAD,MATL SAN SH W ,
GALTANIZED IRON PIPES;
GS PIPES & FITTINiGS; 'UWASatdiiETu;
WODadWILLOW WARE, &c., ke. IE';.t~'~l~T:WE~~i5
Aill l'INGW op:fi ther SPRIGSTOKo
TFAl(NCY AND~N STAL E :~ DRY GSTRPS
waoch frt exten t d iety~ wil sly found
:Gur usuma!!l g fn stjrciente..
EXEUTD ROPTL AD N UPEIOMNNR GANDIE ANDJACNE MLItS
Wo un cnstatlyrecevin addtios toour i n~ newest designs aundr~ rihstybres. 15
theatenio o al n ano aytin grea vaIt fqaity andstyle
WE KEP N HND GOOAASOTTENTOAS AND SHlBuidAWLS,
GA FI T RES 24PRINTAIN HAM, ARILLTA, &c.
Whih w ae pepredto utup t bor noic Supre tan T uji sujrINEN o r ebet make;
It~II~acIlr~5' gefLI NE.ut. IosullAPgls.TWLNS
andh, Chi . aern. .o4l .i.eltJA ;
II ~ F~ f~ ~j~i~uSUME iSTUmuF afol~ir men a n y war;l
~I* ~ if * . ~.1Ii "I ls'"i~mehe andl t.iUeadsr;EIi n
JI ~ Sill~t.iNGS of all grades. ~
;W u r one l be~n Vi:'i fon n. tt rer sted..y
EET SROMPTL ANO IN P MAER~E. 'Anu.liSa. trL., lr~ :ws Ch m~ 11)NUS
Arh invt the aten 2o Tho a d-wan of anyti.ng asile nti~ iirot sdtepi~ cn
SFPR THs OPHTE E L ML-UOIU ~ALAN INE
atrh 3f thuSril 12tt c o d -S, As nt~r ba. . 1
I'hc caE unliersivn fres toe Auents fre hthe sale ofs IUG1. A E0UIA
-in ldig; the Ag'ri.:ultur:dl Societies ouf Southl
C urolisa and Virginsia, anrd Marylandt Institute. ET INtirlisk oth rnu ro f'ees
We apendl ass extract fronm one of numerous p:i1- ssoss'r '~ hi iura stunre n
vat lettes, to the mnfatutrers: bgt uusr hm ta hyaenwiinttatsis
Cniinut~ssTos, S. C.. May 3, 1858.OEOFTELACS tilIS TCK
Messrs. PEn &1 Rtor.suss:-Youtr Agents have FCOIN
i snforedou mse thart Rhodes' Super Phosphate is a EerofrlintecytproseowItya.
!-neral furoe'irt', and1 tha~t Prouf. Lecotmpte, of Weh ein:dtinteLrestok f
Colm bia, haul conitirsiedl yotur analysis' I mtac
Otis Mills, Esq., a genitlemain of wcealth sind influ- 30 ,00~0T ~ 0
cce, who infoirmed meo thast Ire takes great interest I h otALO tO AKE
ii watching the pirogress of Rhlodes' Super Phos
phrate of Limot, ad said that front his observation, ~ W nieorfinsi ugleu n h
h to thiks it bosund to be the fertilizer for the South. aleistgDsrcs ogv u tc s xsia
A large stock constantly ont hand1, all of which til.W artlwysuiostoeh itutrod,
has been regularly analysed anid warantted. is r ofueststtr ULT n swso
Pamphlets sent by mail. giving the analysis, orCohn sstgv aitcin
and full directions for its use.Au st, ep. 2tf3
J. A. ANSLEY A 00., 3u RSL-T E ODWOKH.
Commssio Me1h85t S png a:Summer. Jtyles. 5
Aug5K.2, t t MseP5at , C a] 9
CLAYTON & KENNADY,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
173 B1tOAD STREET, AUGUSTA, Ga.,
Wou1d respectfully i ivite atten
tion to their Large and well
Helected Stock of' Goods
FOR MEN AND IDYL.
Augusta. Mar :10 3m 12
There is no use Taking after Sam!
H TS friends know he will havo good things, and
sell them for small profits.
Now receiving a fine lot of PURE
BREER IAGER BEER!
VON 1. DECTJEN. in pints and quarts, for which
our JHu'se are the sole Agents fAr the importation.
Also, YOUNGER'S SPARK LING
St. Ann's Brewery, in pint.ines: and It. B. BYASS
beststout LONDON PORTER ,standard
BOUJE FILS AND DROUET.
IMPERIAL AND CABINET, in half pints, pints,
qnarts and magnums: with a variety of all kinAs
of other WINES, BRANDIES and LIQUORS,
which cannot fail to suit the tastes of the most
fastidious. Also, a large assortment of
WOODEN VARE, Viz:
Striped ad Plain Brass Bound BUCKETS, with
anl without Covers: Celar TUBS Painted
T UDS: Painted BUCKETS; Do. Market BAS
KETS; Cocoa DIPPERS, and a large supply of
Pulerior BROOMdS, and every article usually
kept in a similar concern. Freash, and receiving
daily. S. E. BOWEIS, Agt.
]labnlurg. March 22. if 11
G.ARDEN SEED .I
E rl. PENN ha:: on banl a full assortment of
e ;tarlen Seed, which he warrants pure, fresh
Jan 20 tf 3
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICEt
WILL attend at the timnes and placeshereinaf
ter specified, to Colle:t the State and District
Tax fur the year commencing the 1st day of Octo
At Dr. John Mobley's, Monday, 28th March.
" Mrs. Norris', Tuesday, 29th "
" F. E. 1loalie's, Wednesday, 30th "
" Watkin's Store, Samne Evening, 3 oclk.
" Perry's, Thursday, 31st '
" Mickler'o, Fridaiy, ],,t April.
" Iiehardson's, Satrlay, 2n-l A
I S-.y1'1 Soro, .-Inaly, -ilh "
"Shatrtiabll. Thu~arsdiay, 7tha "
" a Liber lii , Frida.ay. 8:h "l
" lheathf:ara's St.ere, Tueaycaa~. 1l'.Ih
"lPle'asa Il.ane, W1a!.I:-!n.y I:'t "a '
" J. 8. aamly'. Stare. Thuar..hy. 14 ah
" Mtrs. Alke'tia. Friday. 2 o'c'lk. i5fhi "
"Dr. J1. C. Reay's) '-ln-iany, 1'th -
" Ridge. TueL'sday. ln "a
" Hatcher's, Thuaray3, 21st "
" Granite'ville, Fridaty, 22nd1 "
" L'each land, Saaturday, .2;;rdl "
'" Hiamburtg, Maanday, 251.h "
" Cherokee Pondls, Wed"nemlaay, 2'ith "
" Edeflld Cfl *Matad::y ad Tue.-day
" defed .H.I 2nad & lrdi, May.
After which timu nmy bootks will cliase for the
present year. Tax payers must be pannetnal. as I
siall ~e compelled to cloase or leave thcir execua
tions ina the haainds of the Sheriff, beftore I sturt f.>r
XTe Rea.gistration of Births. Deaths atn.l Marrl
ages', still requairedl. Timt'. frumt the first of Janu
ary, 1858, to thme firset of Jauaray, 1.00'. Inm enase
oft ,chite' i'ir'ti, the time anal phice, names anda resi
lences of parents, sex and utnme of chailad, (if it
hve the btitter.) and whetheur bo-rna ali'e or dlend:
in enaso of dota of')hite-r. t he adate, palace a d s.'u
of acathi, unmaae. nge. sex, whelter 'i:.g'le r :nnr
rial, oeaavaaion. residencaae :l nativaity' a'f ath' de-'
enana.-da. itha nunn-as aanda !aasturaes af ,aarentasa: ian
en'ae ofl bith aand deaath'a 'i.1' ., ti1' 't .m itemaa.
topg ther wvita t he Ia:: ::w' at he.. 'allw'a'. iaa'e.a'l af
unmaae of! thet devl.'aa. aand the :a.a.ie- 'f partI.
Th~e hawr haas unnaae.:l a fine. aaf Iten 'iallar.- .paaa
all paer4'ons whno shall raef'u-e aa, give. the atore ina
formatioan. I hope that every tax payer will come
preared to give the necessairy inafo'raaiaa.
THEBO. DEA\N, T. C. E. D.
Mar. 18 tf 10
~~ T[ l~eacrnted Morgann Siaal.
weral stitad al.' Spring seaonem of'
1.t9. at E~tleaeld Caourt Houase.
-CH A L LE N ( E is a beauetifual
1laek w th long an.'l wavy anate and anil, Ib&
hands high, and weighs 1aa40 poundas. lie was 4
years ald last June, aund waSs iredl by .Dlaek hu:nk.
by Sheran Morgan. ly yusi Morgan. Dama
by Wh'ite Mounatamin 2.rgzn, by Sier:anu M.argaan,
by Justina Muar~ana. tirn tdr aiaaaly Woodaaabe.rry. lay
Jstina Maargamn. lie coaver.< aa:a bath .lideSs as mult
Mrgan bh1 od as nany thter ho'rse now livinag.
lie rca' .aa:ghat b.y thte subsa'ribers itn Wiaaalor,
Vermnaa.t. of' 12. CI. Lin.Iaey, E&q., ait a heav'y ex
etse: he i wel braakae ta barnes.<, aaad 'an trait
lais naaie in :a mtinnat'., withaout traziing.
T:aas-S2a to ineure a amare iu foal, and $i,00
to the groom.
March 10, 1859 i 10
Fins-r Dn'visaan. 21 Bnmc.ins. S. C. M. 1
Edlgetield C. H., March 29th, 1850. j
OII)E R N0.
IN~ pursuance of an orader issuedl from Brig. Gen.
jMon.axxsa, an election will be beld at the various
precinaets in the 10th Raegiamaent, S. C. M., on Fri
day thes 13th May next, faar COLONEL of' saId
Regiment, to fill the vaeaney occasioned by the re
sigation af Cad. S. J. Wa'reosr. The anaagers of
the election are hereby further inst rooted to nassew
ll at Richtardeonis, on ihe Sauray fllaowinag,
oaantt thet voleai anal relan'rt the result .f the eks-a
Gain by GIen. M,,raaac, aan Mtanilay the huth May,
witih the esttnatat af this ordair,
By atrder iii tt-e Brig. llaateral.
Ji W. .Ah1:D (.N, Brig. M'aj.
M.',eth "0i it -12
Fa.I. 11, 1lo,9. j
oi1>ER NO. 5.
'Y thae resignation (of Glen'l. W. W. PERRY.
BMAN, the ulie'o of Brigndier OGaaerai of the
1st Brigndaaof Caivalry is v'acaant. Ccl. J. W.
PICK ENYS of the Irtt Recgimeanr. wi;l anet as General
of 1.rigade till theo Vaeatny Is fillied.
By arder of thae Maj. Generaal.
Aid de Camop.
V/flM? ENO5. "a.
Anm ehaatimon fr flrigaadiar Ceneral of thae let
rgahc .f UCanlry~ witll e ahbl (wntiti thae loe d
hours) ar men' /.:irantral .I/na-tre' (*ru~d ona SAT
UltAY thme 3Utha 'af A PRIL aaext.
M"anazagera' uf elec'tian to co.unat thae vaotes and
tranmaitt h I ah Mj. Geateraal, a Stateumenat in wri
tiag. shaowinag t.he result aaf each Paull.
Uly order of the Maj. Geaaeral.
Aid de Cutup.
March 30, 18f,9 2t 12
T El Creditaors of TIENRY Ht. HILL, dlecease
eliiaaini undaer the Decal oal Assignament, for
their baene'fit, lay haiam exenttead in las life timte, are
haeey requ aired'a to preseant their respeetive detmnda
to thte subscriber ont or before thu 20th damy of April
Aana thte said ereditors are herebay notifledl to be
anal apphear a:Edagefiel Court Hlouse, on the day
aoe nmntionedl, at whaiah time anal pal.mce a final
dietriutiona atmotng them wrill bc ma.aale of all aend
singular. the aassignaed effects and estate of the said
i. H. Hill, remaining in the hauds of the subscri
ber, pursuant to the provisions of the said deed.
n. 18 Ba 2
GRAY & TURLEY
BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY HAVE JUST
TO THEIR STORE,
UNDER UNITED STATES 'HOTEL,
WHICH AFFORDS THEM SUFFICIENT ROOM TO KEEP
ONE OF THE
BTA PLC AND FANI
TO WHICH TIli' ARE CONTINUALLY ADDING ALL TIIE
NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON,
NS THEY ARRIVE FROM EUROPEC~
OR ARE PURCHASED AT HOME.
Having a Most Thorough, Competent and Experienced Purchaser
CONTINUALLY IN T11HE NORT11EIN 31ARKETS, W110 DEVOTES JIS
ENTIRE LAIBORS TO TILE SELECTION OF 01UR SUPPLIES
PURCHASIN EXCLIVIELY FOR CASH
awul atten~ding aill Leading. and ..iction Srde*. 'where Bargadins are to be found,
we can conidenly3 assure the pub1lic a saving of at least
TEN TO FIFTEEN PER CENT.
This is perf~etly reasnale, and compatible with commllonl sense and all MERCAu- b
IE EXPERIENCE. IC the puice will simply bear in mind a few of the leading facil
i's which we haive of obtaining GOODS, and the principal points by which our
lusiness is governied :-in the first pl ee, we make no Bad Debts, as our business
td consequently have not to make up such losses on Good Cash Pay~ing Customers. a
Scondly, recoll!ect the great leading fatof keepinmg Money always Turning Over; a
e remit to. our purenaser. anid receive from him
thecrefoire turning our money over at least twenity.five times a year,
REALIZING MORE a
AT THlE END OF THlE SEASON, EVEN AT THEB
han if we were to make fifty per cent., on a stock purchassd twice a year, besides
le osseS inceurred from havilng to buy so largely at one time. incurring the risk of
Thagig Styles,&c. THEN THE G REAT ADVANTAGE of having a thorough
rudgoecontinu aally in market who is always posted to a shade, in the rise or fall of
DRY GOODS. If these fewv plain truthsi are properly weighed, it will be readily 1
.ereived the great advantage ini purchasing from such fresh supplies, at
UNQUALIFIEDLY LOW PRICES!
WE ARE -KO W IN THE MIDST OF RECEIVING 0OUR
EW7 AI1Dl ELEGAiET
Spin Stoc~k of
INCLUDING EVERYTIIING~ TIIAT IS USUALLY KEPT IN A
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT,
And as we wish to inaugurate PERFECT SYSTEM~ in all our Departmentsr
of Trade, thec pulich can conjidentfly rely upon
Onae Pocsiti-Ve Price
Vo matter hsow inezperienced thec purchaser may be in the vunlue of Dry Goode. We
would most counfidently and respectfully invte on e.ramination of our
GOODS AND PRICES.
GRAY .& TURLEY,
UNDER THE UNITED STATES HOTEL, AUGUSTA,
and 113 CONGRESS STREET, SAVANNAH.4
N. B.-Parcels Delivered in all parts of the City, and Hamburg,
'EE OF CHA.RGE.
...A. a.,M.aci14,mo. 2m 10
PELLETIER & Co
lave Just Received a Large Lot of
PURE WHITE LEAD,
S. C. SODA,
COD LIVER OIL,
GARDEN SEEDS &c., &c.
All of which are for saleondhe most reasonable
m. We solicit a call.
PELLETIER & CO., Druggist.
Hamburg, Feb 15 2m 6
SPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERYs
Capital Prize, $50,000!
Eszo E2! s O2Nrr..T* $3.0.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
As the members of our Arm have, by way of purchase,
ecome the owners of the grants chartered-by the Statro
' Delaware. Kertucry, Missouri, and part of those in
eorgis, under the management of Mle-ars. Gregory &
Eury, of Wilmington, Delaware, we have deeined It
:peillent to change the name of our firs. on and after
inuary let, 1859, to that of WOOD, EDDY & Co.,
his will hereafter have the management f the Sparta
ademy Lotte, and the others, as above named.
In all transne 'a we have endeavored to conduct our
inens with integrity and promptness, and we can a
ire the public tthe patronage beretoftoe bestowed
us Is well deserving of being transferred to our sue
Very respectfulty, S. SWAN & CO.
Augusta, Ga., Dee. 15, 1858.
WOOD, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS,
SUCCESSORS TO S. SWAN & CO.
r HE following Scheme will be drawn by Woop,
Enny & Co., Managers of the 6 P A R T A
ADEMY LOTTERY, In each of their Single
umber Lotteries for April 1859, at AUGUSTA,
orgin, in public, under the superintendenee of
ass 14 Draws Saturday, April 2,1859
lass 15 Draws Saturday, April 9,189
lass 16 Draws Saturday, April 18, 1859
lass 17 Draws Saturday, April 28,1859
lass 18 Draws Saturday, April 80,1859
On the Plan of Single Numbers,
50,000 Tickets I
EA~ONE PRIZE TO UTERT NINE TICEUTS
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SAtURDAY IN APRIL 1o
Prize of .... 5,,t00 I 1 Prize of ...1,00
" .......tl9,00t| I0 " ..... 1.0
"...........i10,00 100 " ......0.
..... .... 500 100 i'........80
A l'PILOX1IMAT10N PRIZES.
Prizes of $41 Appjrua'at'g t5,00 Prize are #1811
. " "32:0 " ~ " 5),0U0 " 0
" " 2.,I " " 4,Oo0 '4 " 800
" ~ " 1511 " " 8,i0-I " "4 6.0
- s, "'4 " 1,00 "" 44.0
itO " " 2-J are....................,, 100,000
43 Prizesamaunting to...........3,0,000
'II0LE TICKETh $10; IIA IAES $5,: QUAIETEES $04'
grA Circular ,-hoi'lng the plant of the Lotteries wtll
sent to any one d.-slr.us of receIving It.
CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES will be so~l at the
lowing ratee,, whIch Is the rIsk:
erteate of Packa~te of 10 Whole TIckets,......
" " , 1 Quarter " .....2e
" "4 10OEghth " ...... '
ti ORIDERINS TICKETIS OR CERTIICATS,e
s the amney to our address foar the Tiekets iordered,
reaipt of which the will be forwarded by SMrtmall.
ureasrs can have Tcets endbtg ia any Agutre they
Th 1.s of Dirawtn Numbers and Prise wIll be sent to
rcsera immedlately after the drawing.
Purhaers will p lease write thielrasgnatulrea plaIn, and
Ire their Post Omeie, County end State.
Remember that every Prize is drawn and payable in
1 wth.ut dleduction.
All ptrirles of $l.nGA0 and wider, paId lmnmediately after
e drawine-4ther prizieat the usual tima of thirty dals.
NOTICL TO Cthl 5ESPONDENTS.-Those who pr,'
r nt sending umoney by mail, can aeTIIE AI)U1aS
tlESS Ciaull'AN 1, wher.-by money for Ticke-ts, I
ons of Ten Dollars. and upwards, can be sent AT OUlit
fS1 AND) EXP'E~eE. from any cIty r to.wn where
~v have an .,feeo. The motney and order must be
i,ed.s~ in a '4Oorernmetnt Poet tOllce Stanspedl Envel
e," o.r the Expresis Cjomiany cannot receive thern.
All commu~nnicationsm strictly oumulitentiall.
Address Qri.-rs fior Tjekets or Certitleates to
WOOD, EDDY & CO., Augusta, Ga.
or, WOOD), EDDY & CO., Atlanta. Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY A CO., WilmIngton, Del.
gWA hia' of the numbers that are drawn from thes
heel, with the amount of the prige thiat each one Is cntl
sil to, will be, puiblished after every drawing In the fol
wng paner. Augusta (Ga.) Constitutionalist, Moebilo
-gister,hahvtIle Gazette, New York Weekly Day
o..k, lhichmnu.td Dispaich, and Paulding (Miss) Clarion.
M iarch 1 if S
RON AND BRAS5 FOUNDRY,
W. M. H IGH T,
IGHT & MACUPHY'
NONT INUES the above businoss, in all its bran
J hes, at thie AMERICAN FOUNDRY, and
ri be thankful for orders'for all kinds of
I~ON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
'or Gold Mines, Mills, Rail Roads, Bridges, and
MACHINERY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Augusta, Sept. 1, 1858 .1ye 34
Joy to the World !!!
SH AL LENBERGER'S
UYp AND AIID ANTIDQTE0
l1HE Greatest Discoveryi the World for Curing
L Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever. Never
niown to fail. For sale by
PELLETIER & CO., Druggists.6
Hamburg, Feb. 15 2m
YV Iftne of entdr Writs af Fieri PriIns tr
tas direeed, ! WI.l Precent1 V. telI et Ei"e'
tetuft lnuttie, oli..h it Mteriin pitad Theccddy :t
gi'I next, the fioing1 prop!erty, in the i.w
g xas, ,ii I
,.alker and others vs. The cane; 'ihree Miules.
March 19, 1l59 hto I I
Horn's Creek Land for Sale,
HE Subscriber will offer for sale at Edgefidd
.C. 11.. on the first Monday In April next,
urtion of her PINE LAND.
This land lies broad-sIde to the plantation of!'..
. Burt, and also adjoining B. 11. Miller, Georr-e
1'. Jones and the lands of the Estate of 3. Gal..
This tract will contaIn between two hundred at;.?
Ifty and throo hundred acres-only a small pot
hs desirous of riding over It, will be shown'
h land by B. G. 1tyan, at any time. The la:.l
il be surve~yed after the sale.
Tvem nr 1.x-One third enelh. o'ne third fAr t
av ot January 1960, ono third first of January
Sf. The two las.t payments to he secured with
ites and two good securities. wvith interest fret:
ate. Titles given when the. terms of sale arc
oplied with. S .OLMN
March 9, 1859 tf 9
. $25 Reward,
Reward of $25 wili-be gIven for the appre
henion ad lodgemnt io the Jil of Edge.
cid, of my boy LEONARD, lately purehased from.
ses Wells, resIding on Horn'9 Creek. Soil Leo,
rd is about five feet 11 Inches high, rather slander.
nd of a alight copper color, aged abeut forty five
ALLEN B. ADDISON.
March 16, 1859 tf - 10
ITEAM MILL NOTICE.-From and after
Monday 7th of February next, Monaday, Tues
ay and Wednesday of each week, will be assignedl
r awig Lumber atmy Steam Mills, sad Thur.
~7ly F ad tdyfor the ~idi G rain
Del. ?bte mof ,. 1