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T UE Undersigned, having formed a Partner
Sship, would respectfully invite attention to
their LARGE and VARIED Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
Which they are now receiving at the Store Room
lately occupied by Messrs. BtVD & BuTiR.
Their Stock embraces a variety of
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
A variety of Goods for
MEN. AND BOYS WEAR.
A variety of Ladies and Misses
Reeled Gaiters, Bootees and Slippers.
A variety of Men and Boys
-AT8 .AI 'EO3s
A lot of
CROCKERY, HARDWARE & JEWELRY.
All of which the trading public will do well to
examine before purchasing elsewhere.
They have engaged the services of Mr. WarONT,
and will do their utmost topI every customer.
H. R. DEAN.
April 27 tf 16
T HZ subscriber lia just opened an entire NEW
STOCK of Goods at his Old Stand, (thDrick
me,) 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
ey SILKS; '.
Organdie and Jaconet MUSLINS, new styles and
Bya4ere 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
Pine BONNETS and BONNET RIBBONSO;
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.
HIBIRE AND BRIERY,
With every variety usually kept in a Dry Goods
gV Please call and qxamine my Goods and
Prices before trading elsewhere.
B. C. BRYAN.
Mar. 30. tf 12
NEW SPB & SCHER GOOD1!
E. PENN, Agent,
H AS just received and ofbers for sale, a most
BEAUTIFUL, LARGE AND DESIRABLE
Stock of Spring'and Summer
His Goods havc been selected with great care
in the Now York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Charleston Markets.; aud will be sold at prices
that will not fail to givo entire satisfaction.
Apri il3 1 - tf 14
More New Goods!I
T UE Subscriber has just received a FRESH
supply of One
BONNETS, BONNET RIBBONS,
MISSES A ND L A D IES HATS,
BAREGE SHAWLS, SHAWL MANTILLAB,
MUSLIN SLEEVES & COLLARS IN SETTS,
DOUBLE SKIRT MUSLINS,
Of the latest styles and patterns, which ho in
vites his customers and the public to call and ex
amine for themselves. B. C.'BRYAN.
April277 4t ' 16
WM"-E I-I. TETTT
Whnelmat and RetailDealer in
3rnctj, Enifui) aulv Surfrcau
No. 180 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
3,000 pounds for sale very low, by
W. H. TUTT, DRucGIST,
180 Broad-st., Augusta.
LINSEED OIL, W HITE LEAD, &c.
500. ... Gallons English Linseed Oil;
10,000. Pounds Pnre White Lead;
COLORS OF ALL KINDS, for sale at very low
figures, by W. H. TUTT, DRUGGIST,
108 Broad-st., Augusta.
SPERM, WHALE and LARD OIL.
A large stock always on hand and for sale low, by
W. H. TUTT, DaCGGIsT,
No. 108 Broad Street, Augusta.
The best article-known for making Soap-cheaper
and better then Potash. For sale by
W. H. TUTT, DRUGGIST,
108 Broad-st., Augusta.
Augusta, Nov. 1 tf 43
SPEARS & HIGHlT,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Varnishe',
DENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
PERFUMERY & FANCY ARTICLES,
OPPOsITa Pa.&xvzas' HOTEL,
No. 316, Broad St., Augusta, Georgia.
April 11 -ly 14
IGBTfor the SUlFFERING MILLIONS!
A CEETAN GURU 703 COJBUMPTION
And ell Aung Disekses-Skcrtness of Dreat A-Dye
pa' adDesey-os ae of Croupi
T EIS medicine is purely vegetable, being com.
J.posed entirely of best Rye Spirits and West
india Gums, and other Eaytracts which are healing
to the Lungs.
pO- It is a most pleasant drink.
pp- One bottle should be carried by every man,
Woman or child traveling to mix with the water.
~~Price One Dollar Per Botte.-t
If it does not give satisfaction I will refund the
~For sale by R. L. GENTRY. Agent, at Sib
leys Corner, with Messrs. H. A N. E. Solomon,
where I always will be found with a large supply
of the above YVAJarSL Paotzarr. Also,
I am also always in the market (at Sibley's Cor
ner,) for purchasing eotton,and will pay the highest
market price for Aine cottons.
For the above medicine, apply to.
R. L. GENTRY, Agent.
Hamburg, Jan. 25,1859. ly 3
HAMBURG, S. C., May 1st, 1859.
CAP. R. L. GENTav :-Sir, I take great pleas
ure in recommending *' Dr. Martin's Ureat Itenme
dy'as I feel It a duty I owe to my fellow man to
tell whc.-e may be found a Remedy for many or
the ills that flesh is heir to. My lungs was badly
effeted; and I also had, In connection with this
disease, one of the worst cases of Chronic Dysen
tery, which one Bottle of the above Medicine, in
twelve days, efoectually cured. I now feel as well
as I ever did In my life.W.J.IA il.
PLANTERS, ATTENTION !
P you wish to save your Stock, go to L. HOP.
IKINS A CO., extensive Foundry and Machine
shbop, in Augusta, and see the
ato Yc azeo Horse Power
atwryou will theu order one. They haye also
anwCOTTON PRESS, in fact any Machinery a
Plantir may want. E A RHSpt
May 4, 18509 3 6. MAMRPY 7Sp
N OTICE.-Those wishiag SCHNAPPS foi
Medicinal us. rna them, puje, and of our
guwa inpdstat~ion and Wst a attaee be~d..
-9, Roras, Ast.
sinsha ma 2 '
SPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERY.
Capital Prize, $50,,000
TX s.ITO O2NZ a' *'1.
- NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
As the members of our frm have, byway of purchase,
become the owners of the grants chartered by the States
of Delaware. Kentucky, Missouri, and part of those In
Georgia, uder the management of Messrs. Gregory &
Maury, of Wilmington, Delaware, we have deemed it
expedient to chang the name of our .rm. on and after
January 1s , to that of WOOD, EDDY & CO.,
who will have the management of the Sparta
Academy Lottery, and the others. as above named.
In all transactions we have endeavored to conduct our
business with integrity and promptness, and we can as
suWe the public that the patronage heretofore bestowed
on us is well deserving of being transferred to our sue
om ery repectibuly, * . SWAN & CO.
Augtista, G De . 15, 15.
WOOD, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS,
SUCCESSORS TO S. SWAN & CO.
T HE following Sebeme will be drawn by WOOD,
EDDY & Co., Managers of the S P A R T A
ACADEMY LOTTERY, in each of their Single
Number Lotteries for May 1859, at AUGUSTA,
Georgia, in public, under the superintendence of
Class 19 Draws Saturday, May. 7,1869.
Class 20 Draws Saturday, may 14,1859.
Class 21 Draws Saturday, Nay 21,1859.
Class 22 Draws Saturday, Nay 28,1859.
On the Plan of Single Numbers.
*,405 : E2.XWESO!
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY 1INE TICKETS
TO BE DRAWN .
EACH SATURDAY IN MAY !
I Prize of ......... 1 Prize of .........$1,00
1 " ...... 20,000 0 ........... 500
-1 '4 .... 10,000 100 " ........... 400
1" .... ...5,000 100 " ........... 800
66 .... 4,00010.)" ........'... 150
1 " ....... 8,000100 " ... ....... 100
. . APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
4 PrIzes of $400 Approx'at'g to $50,000 Prize are $1,600
4" "00 " "20,0 "" 1,
4" " 250 10,0 " 1.000
4 4 "22 W4 '4800"4 900
4 " " 20 4,000 " 800
4 " " 150 4 " 8,000 " 00
4" " 100 ". "1,00" " 400
5000 " 420 are......................... 100,000
5,485 Prize, amounting to...............320,000
WHOLE TICKETS $10; HALVES $5;QUARTERS $21
PrA Circular showing the plan of the Lotteries will
be sent to any one desirous of receiving It.
CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES will be sold at the
following rates, which is ithe riek:
Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets,.........$80
6& lo liaif " ..... 44
16 4" 10 Quarter " .... 2('
4 10 Eighth " .. ... I
IN ORDERING TICKETS OR CERTIFICATES, en
close the money to our address fur the Tickets ordered.
on receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail.
Purchasers can have Tickets ending in any Agure they
!the List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to
purchasers immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will plene write their signatures plain, and
give their Post Office, County and State.
Remember that every Prize Is drawn and payable in
full without deduction.
All prizes of $1,000 and under, paid.immediately aler
the drawing-'stlier prizes at the usual time of thirty days.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.-Those who pre
fer nht sending money by mail, can ue TIlE ADNII
EXPRESS COMPANY, whereby uioney fer Tickets, IW
sums of Ten Dollars, and upwars, can be sent AT OUR
RISK AND EXPENbE. fr any city or town when
they hare an office. The money and order must be
enclosed in a "Government Post Office Stamped Envel.
ope." or the Express Company cannot receive them.
All communications strictly confidential.
Address Orders for Ticktts or Certifieates to
'WOOD. EDDY & CO., Augusta, Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Atlanta, Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Wilmington, Del.
~A lier of the numbers that are drawn from the
wheel, with the asnount of thme prize'that euel one is' enti
tied to, will be publtshedl att-r every drawing in the fol
lowing papers Augusta- (Ga.) Constitutionalist, Mobil
Register, Nashville Gazette, New York Weekly Ds)
Book, Richmond Dispatch, and Pauldin~g (Miss) Clarion.
May 1 tf 16
Blue Ridge Rail Road Compa
ny in South Carolina:
CHARLESTON, 19th February, 1859.
S UBSCRIBERS TO THE CAPITAL STOCK
are hereby notified that the EIGiITEENTII
and NINETEENTH instalments of the old sub.
scription, and TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT of
the new subscription, are required to be paid at
The EIGHTEENTH instalment on the 19th day
uf Apvil next.~
The NINETEENTH instalment on the 19th day
of May next.
TEN PER CENT. of the new subscription on
the 19th day of March next.
TEN PER CENT. of the new subscription on
the 19th day of April next.
FIVE PER CENT. of the new subscription on
the 19th day of Mey next.
By order. WM. H. PERONNEAU.
'March 16, 1359 10s 10
A.L T ERA.TIV E
Foa PURIFYING THE BLOOD AND DISEAsEs
OP THE ELYER'
D R. D ENI S'.
STIMULATiNG, or HOT BITTERS,
Fon DrsPEzrsaA, CoLDs, AND FEMALE Cou
PLAINTS ARISING FROX CoLDs.
- D R. D E NNIS'
OR, SOUTHERN PAIN-KILLER.
Fon RHsExATre PAIss, PAIPUL INPLANNAToRY
SwELLINos, SPRAIss, SWELLED BRxAST, PAIx
IN THE BACK OR A COLD SExsATeoN IN
THE BACK, SORE THROAT, TooTH
. cun, Ac., Ac., Ac.
For General amily and Plantation Use!
A MEDICINE MORE VALUABLE
THAN GOLD TO THE PLANTER!
F2)R SPASMS, CRAMP COLIC, PAIN IN
THE STOMACH, SUDDEN AND SEVERE
COLDS, CHILLS, or for sudden and dangerous
attacks of disease in which immediate action is
necessary, the Anti-Spasmodic Tincture is without
an equal. In mild cases it can be diluted with
syrup or sweetened water, and made useful in a
great variety of diseases.
Externally applied, It is useful in Fresh Cuts,
Bruises, Chilblains, Sting of Bess, Bite of Spiders,
Mosquitoes or other poisonous reptiles, Insects or
animals. A- better remedy cannot he used to pre
vent inflamation, relieve the soreness and facilitate
For Horses, Mules, &c., this Tincture urarely
fails to cure even.the worst cases of Colic. Seve
ral Horses and Mules hare been cured of the Colic
on Broad Street in Augusta, by the use of this
NO PLANTER SHOULD BE WITH
REFERENCE--Mersr. F. M. N~cnOr.AS, Gxo.
R. MATS, AonDRw J. HAxxoND, W. B. DORM, or
all those who hare made free use of it.
amrFor sale in this Village by A. 0. A T. J.
TflAGUE and E. M. PENN.
April 11 tf .14
10Tn REGIMENT, S. C. N., 1
MEETING STREET, April 14th, 1859. J
TilE Upper Battalion Is hereby commanded to
assemble at BuL'crr's on Saturday the 21st
ot' May, armed and equipped as the law directs.
The Lower Battalion will assemble at Mount
Willing on Saturday the 28th day of May, armed
and equippedl as the law directs.
Tho Commissioned anid Non-Commissioned 001
ers will assemble the day previous for drill and
Maj. SxrrTa is charged with the extension of
By order of
Lieut. Col. A. B. DEAN.
W. A. RUTLAND, Adj't.
p~r TuRnga and McCARTY will please attend
April19'th, 1859 5t 15
Bagging, Rope & Twine.
1 Bales Heavy Gunny BAGGING ;
300 Rolls Heavy Patched BAGGING;
I00 Pieces " Dundee "~
350 Coils Maebine and Hifnd-made ROPE ;
50000 Lbs. Tennessee BACON, Hog round.
For sale low for cash, or on time by
ESTES A CLARK.
Augusta, March 30. 1859 Stm 12
gACOJ-;.Just received a dlet of Tennessee
JJBA00N, which we will soil at low figure..
JHUDSON A CO00BUJL..
A.DIS Vsa 3
1,200 Dozen Linen Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS ....... 6 1
1,200 Dozen Linen TOWELS............................... 6 1
5,500 Yards fine French BRILLIANTS................ ....... 12 1
29,50 Yards fine French MUSLINS.............. ....... ....12 1
9,550 Yards fine Merrimac CALICO............................ 12 1-4
5,250 Yards fine colored MUSLIN, warriinted fast colors, or the money
will bereturned.................. .................. 6 1.4
7,500 Yards fine Madder CALICO.......................... .. 6 4
8,100 Yards fine White HOMESPUN............................. 0.14
6,175 Yards fine Brown Sea Island HOMESPUNS..................6 1-4
1,100 Yards heavy Linen CRASH........................... - 0 14
5,100 Yards fine English CALICO........................12 1
100 Dozen Gents fine colored Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS......1 1
150 Dozen Muslin NECK TIES.......................... 12 14
5,150 Yards fine French Organdy And Jaconet MUSLIN.............
2,100 Yards fine French BAREGES, plain and figured..... ...... 21
1,100 Yards fine French GINGHAMS, black and Colored............ 51
1,200 Yards Apple CLOTH................................. 31
1,100 Toil de Paris MEXICANA.... ................... 37 1
1,200 Fine LAMARTEESE, new and beautiful Dress Goods......... 31
15 Pieces fine 124 Linen SHEETING........... ......... 71
75 Pieces fine Double Table DAMASK......................... 71
550 Pieces Fronting LINEN.................................. 31
500 Dozen Damask NAPKINS............................-.... t1 5(
100 Pieces Planters' Linen DRILLING......................... 12 14
100 Pieces fine Planters' Linen DUCK-......... ................... ..2
100 Dozen fine Eleven-Hoop SKIRTS.................. 1 0(
GRAY & TURLEY,
UNDER THE UNITED STATES HOTEL, AUGUSTA,
and 115 Congress Street, Savannah.
May 11, 1859 tf . 18
WITT & HUDSON, FINE 1IANOS
HAVE OPENED A
FURNITUREROOM, Esbcrbr fe rtrigtanst hi
Between E. Penn and on ogan,id and adjoining Distrit
FURNTU REPnnal OM09a, subsher iber atae dring th ans tnyears
WHERE WE HAVE ON HAND A COMPLETE would inform thor that theystili continue to keel
ASSORTM1ENT OF FURNITURE, oi hand a large assortment of
-As follows:- PINO FORTES
fothcolebrated manufactories of Raven Bacoi
1'~~ARDRQEE8,- 110TA1E8 AC., Hazelton Bros., and A. H. Oale & Co.,. Nev
WMRfonu8, SE(tEHI 'o,
S York, for whom they are sole Agonts& These In
BOOK CASES, LIBRARIES, DESKS, strumeats having alreahy ion such fur-famedce
0 lebrity, it is only necessary for us to repeat that fo
Sideboards, durability and finish, together with ))owei
de~ptk, si eeleind softnets of tune, thb.y - idlengl
BUREAUS, BUREAU WASH STANDS, eition. Persons wanting a Supuror Pian
WASH STANDS, F would do much better to call and select fron
With Marble tops-single and double. a large assortment, than by dealing with Pedlar
WASHSTANS OF0 EVRY ]INDand agents of inferior makers, where they have ni
WASH STANDS OF EVERY KIND,
Ichoice, and have often to pay higher prices for. In
T.A.MML S. .frior Instruments, than fine ones of superb
EXTENSION TABLES, PARLOR TABLES makers can be bought for.
with Slabs, READING and QUARTETTE Every Piano Forte sold ly us is waranted h
TABLES, TOWEL AND CLOTHES er re o t ph rn n r wha1 t
RACKS, BOOK AND CORNER STANDS, ee.Prosodrn~ri itnefo
I Fine lot of Sofas, Ottomans, &c.cadeeduogtinaGODATCEa
A choice lot ofansuhawecnrcmedndarnti
BEB-ROOM FUENITURE, eeyrset hi
CH~AIRS1 CI-A.IRS1is ey SOKO UI
PARLOR, DINING ROOM AND LIBRARY lagadtearcotnlyrcingl
CH[AIRS, SUEL'S OFFICE CHAIR, Stool, Dl icda hyaepbihd
Cane and Mahogony ROCKING CHAIRS, GIT.1 n JLXLTIJ
Misses' Sitting and Rocking CHAIRS, o h h etqaiyawy nhn.Te
Child's Tab~le CHAIRS, &c. wolaloclatetotohirlr tokf
.. L S 0,ScoladiseaeosBk,
A LOT OF FANCY WORK TABLES, ~BAKBOS
WORK BOXES, STOOL STANDS, POR
ABLE DESKS, OFFICE DESKS, Children'sanotearilsAlalysnhndhear
BUREAUS, CUBBARDS, SAFES, BED- s soteti h tto
STEADS, CRADLES, LOOKING GUTRACDESIOI,
GLASS PLATE, &c. FUE LGOES ILNDW
-Also, several excellent pieces ofCrhr'anNeda saidPic'cleat
CARPET TACRS AND BINDTNG, RUGJS AND bs anr
MATS, WINDOW CORNICE, SHADES, Alofteaoeaicssldtlwpreso
CORDS, TASSELS,. CURT AIN PINS, CSHoCiycepaesb
&c., Ac., &c.*EOA.ATS&RTH ,
The above articles are all recently purchasedBOAST, gata,
from the best Houses In New York, and will be (ewe ntdSae n lb oes
sold at low prices for cash.Api7, 189 tf1
pD-~At the old stand, wo will continue to work ~
to order, and Repair old work entrusted to our FIBSr
If you gant to buy, call,-and if you do not, call
andl we will take pleasure in showing you our
sck. WITT & HUDSON.E rprprcitfuihlia
April 13 tf 14 Fre riatefloigCi
HAMBURG, $. C. UN LRK e ok
T HIE subscriber returns his thanks to his friends BNET&C.
.and patrons foar the liberal patronage extend.
udl to him during the past two years, and hopes toAnofthrNwYkMke.WefnihI
receive a continuation of the same.stmntexlivytoODRadaswpa
For the year 1859, ample preparations will be n tr et oCekhrn iytxs ea
made to give the best satistaction to those who mayabetsupya knofItretfomt
patronise the House.JesHaptthCurhOg,
SEavANis, orderly and well-trained, have been
engaged. Ta n eal os ot fNwYrD
The TAarLE will receive the Proprietor's own at.ecpigCaletnadAgsa
tetion, and shall be supplied with the best the *" rdeadesdtou atA uto
market of Augusta affords. RmG. ilme ihprntatnin
The STAatsU will he in the charge of an atten- .A LAK&5N
tive Ostler. 'P.8-haehdtetyerexeec
In short, kind friends, I am going to make everyInteatoTUNGndRPRNGPA
effort to please you. OadIcncncetosyrcm edteI
G. C. CUNNING HAM. srnet fteaoemkra en tls
Hamburg, Dcc. 21 tf 50 eult n auatrdi h ntdSae
TI T ~ IN totyoefteIxAmNs
KT TE thiscribertuaiteroreiurorminthours toIthe
USHRofths ow, nd av rmoeriehe Nd. 2in EdgOAed SaTREEgTrit
generally foritheiliberalppatronage auways bestowed. tenLyears
esal av hepesueofgeeigoud infOrmtEm htte StillcoTE Ske
upon us, andwill endeavr tarcontinuototmeritof
old &rCe.,sHandlPatronssat onr newHlocationCtheyNeD
Suprir av, gyreadreoCOFES HUS URt n NISHN tgeteOwtOS;e
Sturts AB PwdeedanpCrahdtUGAo;n. ~Peronwntga uprrPin
OreasanhosindacOASE;,j an hav oftnWo a hihrpicsfr
No.,28, it sd BrrlsMEKEELry UIPin ANDt ld Ily usiarnd11~
Her unyeAveryIII/i respe1t so th purhase runso ikwat
calentdependWI;upOCn getig AGODRI,a
Cndsuh saesanreomon adAaranBi
GULTNKETnd an04 PLAItNXG
TOBACOIndgoMader nd picschOOD and WI~LLWaeS BookS
braedDitiles n he oninnt suplnu the her ari ls. Alo, alay on han thelar
BESTtanaMOSTrHOICEt inth t o
BRADSIARIQU R, ACNODENILNS
tinswil e o ee uimaiedou lngsA ccoreon L and Viin Reaiedinth
Our arg numer f cutomrs fr W~ES nd e marentntl'r.ladiinst u
Apuroftthenbovesarticticlold an thiprilinef
and Liqurs are uquestioableCaswe rceietthems by
IN OUR S.DBRERO AEP-STETAingour Line
Wago Hanes, Bidle,[Crbtndeenfl Bistedf Stte and Glob Hoe
~. & . E.SOLOON. hich Ear nre prearedipto rnicePin
Hamburg Jan. , .8brated2 aufactrers'Agent:
10 Bbls. " AtrW.EagleDillsO.res
grun ad f speio qalty AfthNFACTURE MakrN THI CuhITY
men ofth ET Gorialouabomth up suppE B any STOVd O INmn, fAromEt
county MechantMill. ~.EJeBOERSHarp toIthe Chrch Organ,
.L Wrd ny ttoneYin act totrasac Thlam Mach Retai. us SothoaeSYo, Auus
busnes o evrydesritio, t rceie ndolecpt PINhrTon and AugAs.
all or anyOmonies dueeadetotexecutetrAueiptsan
acqutanes horeordurng y abenc frmoteNO Gand wilmetro mp Whitention;.
my sai attorey ma do onmy bealf..AdLIACach&VANIN'.
herbyauhoiz hi t eectealldedsan in tarfTn1N and ~REAiBRSHEPIA
bond jeichhe eem ecesar fo me8an Frnch Plate WosINtOWuSS, allmen sizen
RnjaeM O V E WAD. A~s~~~y J . L A. CR.
B~dAugusta, April 4, 1859 pItf 13
8lR reeivedfrom NewYork his-Spring supplies,
bARM ing. a large and splendid asaortment of
mong which are
Fancy Spring and Summer SILKS, of new and
Pars SILX ROBES, with Double Skirts, of rich
and splendid styles;
Black Bayadere and Plain Black SILKS, of
Rich Paris Organdie and Barege ROBES, of
neh Printed Jaconet and Organdie. ROBES,
at'very low prices;
Black Barege ROBES, with Double SKIRTS, for
ePari Printed ORG ANDIES and JACONETS,of
new and. bantiful styles;
Superior 4-4 French PRINTS and Chintr BRIL
-'English and American PRINTS, a very large
cs' Black Lace, Silk and Lace, and 'Plain
BlA 'Silk MANTILLAS, .of new and splendid
.L aies' Plain White, Black and- Fancy Barege
-Ladies' Plain BI'k Grenadine, Stella SHAWLS; I
Rich French Embroidered Muslin and Lace COL. '
LARS and UNDERSLEEVES, in setts of new and I
61 gat styles;I
-mch Embroidered Muslin COLLARS, of new I
anVIleautiful styles; I
Rich Embioldered Lace POMPADOURS; I
Thread and'Valen'elennes Lace EDGINGS and 3
Worked Swiss and Jaconet PLOUNCINGS, and
Dimity BANDS; p
Jaconets, Nainsook, Checked and Mull,MUS- C
Fancy SwissMUSLINS, for Ladies' Uunder
sleeves,'of beautiful styles;
A large assortment of Ladies' MOURNING C
A large assortment .of Ladies', Misses', Gentle
men'outbs and Children's. HOSIERY, of thi
best make, elastic and pleasant to wear;
Lahlies' CORSETS and Steel Spring SKIRTS, of
the most approved styles;
Ladies' Gossamer Steel Spring SKIRTS, a new
article of the mostperfect symmdtry, and very light;
Misses' Steel Spring SKIRTS, of asnorted sizes,
and Ladies' do. of extra length-;
LadiWe' PARASOLS, of now and beautiful styles;
-With a full and complete assortment of articles
sultable for Family and Plantation use.
. W.-S. dontinues to sell for Cash, or for Bills to be
paid jromptly, quarterly, and in this way he can
sell Goods at.decidedly lower prices than they can
be purchased on the usual credit term'. Ile re
-spectfully'invites his friends and the public to ex
amineIhis stock, especially his largo and varied ]
.Which he has selected with great care from the
most recent importatius, and comprise some of the
mbst desirable articles ever offered in this city.
Aigt March 30, tf 12
DR1tY G 0 OD S!
SPRING AND SUNJMMEB
MILLE R & WA RREN,
' OPPOSITE GLOEE HOTEL,
W Ereturn our thanks to our frienris gencily ,
for their liberal patr-onage, andI respeely '
solicit a continuance. We have received avuui- j~)
seal large supply of f'pring and Summer GIDS'
comprising an endlest variety of new antd-d
some DRESS GOODS, which we will talgreat HO
pleasure in exhibiting to our friends ankiusto
mern. All we ask is fur them to give a call,
and we will show them somiethinug in-the ~y of
Rich Silk and Grenadine ROBlES A'Ll; Ca
Grenadine ROBES A' 2 JUPES;
Organdle and Jaconet ROBES PRIN(SSE ;
PINE AEPLE CLOTH, a new ati '
Solid Color Bayadero BAREGES;i
Plits and Fancy Colored SILKS;.,f
Blac$ Rips and Bayadcre SIIMS '-IsU
A new .and beautiful artiele'of 8~ MUSLIN;
Mourning BAREGES and-GRE ADINES;
Plain and Striped Black Twin SILK ;
Rlch.French-nd Chantilly MA TILLAS; -~ a
Plain Silk and Barege " . a
Barege and French Lace ShIAlyLS;
Linen-D USTERS; -
Vale Lace COLLARS and SLRBVESIA
Embr'd Swiss " -
Fancy CASSIMER ES and CLO1'JS;
Plalin and Fancy Linen DRILlS;1
V'ESTINGS, &c. DIM
Domestic -GINGHAS/ ~U M and COT
OSNABUROS ann Factory gitIPES;
Marlboro' PLAIDS and STIg ES;
- Schley's Negro PLAINS, anie'""l fil"ng;
Together with every article #mliiy kept in our
Augusfs, A pril 5, 1859 'linS 13
CLAYTON &itNNADY, (
- DEALZ IN
UNDIER THE A~biSTA HOTEL,
173 BROAD STRENf, AuUUTA,uGa.,
Would'respectedy invite aitton
iseieoted Steik of Goode
Augusta, K.a 3m 12
3 AN(1 & HUB BAR D,
- W%.leal aI;1 Dealers la .
SU~dge FEE, TEAS, R
- ~ *BRANDIES, A
BAGGI~iROE OWER, SHOT, LEA
GROCEI g ERY DESCRIPTION. -
50,~ .S.AUGayT, A. -
CON FORCE & Co,,
- iU TA, GA,,
me Ret it Dealers in
~B00 ?, SH OES,
Heile 4kSole Leather: -
Freneh -and (dennan Calf Skins;
Shoe To and Shoe Materials of every
.Taae's e. -
Orderuu tly attended to. 2
Augusa, Jag S. mOai2
L. 80PIIps & 's, PropritOrs,
HJAVING sthe most aive faoilitiel with
.5J.HOP 'OQLS an AT TE R NS, in the
country, we are ow and will he thankful
for all orders for IGold es, Mills, Gin Gearing,
Steam Boas, Stal'e and ingle Machines, Horse
Powers, Sugar M is, n Presses, Thrasheri,
Fans, Shbftig, Pulle Cook, Parlor and Box
Stoves, Tin Work. In t, any article in Iron,
Brass or Wood. Add
J. E. RPIIY, SnP't.
Auguata. April 11, . 1 .M
O PLANTE COTTON GINS of the
Ibeat, quality, wi 0 inch Saws, aelivered at
any Bai Road land' in the State, at $2,00 per
Saw. Peripartical drs
S.~ M. ELLIOTT,
Winasboro, S. C..
Presmnam a at the State Fair, Nov.
n returning thanka to the friends and patrons of the late firm of DICiE Y d&
P11IBBS, would also announce that he has just returned from. the Northern
Markets, where he has purchased a
LARGE AND MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
1PRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS!
Which have been selected -ith the most judicious nicely and greatest cqere. To
the Ladies, he would most respectfully suggest that the DRESS GOODS
DA7'ARTML'NT will be found to comprise the mwt
BR KNE 8 TLES IND AE8T NIT1JES Of HI E801-!
Ilack Gros de RthiD and Bischoff Is SILKS;
'ancy PLAID and tOBES A'LIS; Foulard and India SILKS;
'issue, Iarege, Gunadine and Organdie lIOJIES;
lain AAREES, d Printed MUSLINS; Cashmere Stella and Crape SHAWLS;
larege Scarf, Fresh Lace PRINTS, Silk and Lace CTILLAS and TALMAS;.
mien and DebeigODUSTERS, &c.9 &c.; French Lace, Crape, ano Leisse VEILS;
wiss and JadoneOLLARS & SLEEVES; Enbro'd SETTS, Crape do, Lace do;
adies' Kid, silkalid Thread GLOVES and GAUNTLETS;
isses' Silk and 'hread 46 66 - A
adies' and Mises' HOSIERY, &c., &c.; HOOP SKIRTS, all prices, &c., &c.
A large stock of n ched and Brown SIIRTINGS, and IIEETINGS; Scotch and tuseia DIA.
ERB and TOWE GdNUS; NAPKINS, &c.; White and Brown DAMASKS and Table CLOTIIS;
tton, Damask. 91t Woollen Table COVERS; Pillow Casme COTTON; Irish LINENS; Marseilles
d Li, caster QU;T8, &c., &.; French, English an American PRINTS, in great variety; Mourn
ig PRINTS; Fiture CIINTZES; CHAMBRAYS; .Plain and Printed BRILLI'TS; coteb
d American (VJtkIAMS: Linen DRILLINGS; Farmeris' SATIN, TWEEDS. CAISSIMERES,
TTONADESCentucky JEANS; Erminutte DRAPE D'ETE; Lasting CLOTIS, &c.
" Great ilucementi ofered to Merchants and Persos purchasing PlantationBills
'articular stention paid to orders. Goods-scut to any part Ofthe City & Hamburg.
Augusta, ,ch 30, , tf 12
P7jENDID DRY GOODS!
JAME S HENEY,
. AUG-USTA, GA.n
S NW OPENING A NEW STOCK OF STAPLE AND FANCY
Xhich will compare favorabli with any other in the citj, to which will be added,
from time to time, during the season,
THE LATEST NOVELTIES
AS THEY ARRIVE FROM EUROPE, OR ARE PRODUCED AT HOME.
RESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
his Department our Stock is Full and Attractive, containing Fancy SILKS, Black GRO *
DE RHINE, TAFFETAS, TISSUES, BARAGES, BOM3AZINES, ALPACAS,
LAWNS, .ORGANDiES, &c.; ROBES, of various styles and Fabrics. P
In the WHITE GOODS and LINEN DEPARTMENT will be
found, IRISH LINENS, LINEN DAMASKS. NAP
-KINS, TABLE CLOT'HS, R USSIAN CR ASH,
' CAMBRICS, JACONETS, BRTL-.
LIANTS, PlQUES, QUILTS, COUNTER
-PANES, EMBROIDERIES, &c.; a Splendid assortment of
*AWLS MID ATILLAM
~IERY AND GLOVES, DRESS TRIMMINGS AND PARASOLS, SHiIRTINGS
SHEETINGS, PANTALOON STUFF, &c., &c.
All of which he guarantees to sell as' Low as the Lowest.
aid examine for yourselres, before purchaxiny elsewhere. Orders carsjidly attended to
GOODS NOT AS REPRLESE'NTED MAY BE RETURNED.
MRS. HENEY WXTH A LARGE AND) SELECT STOCK OF
RAW GOODS, fLWEARI RflR
'AND MILINERY ARTICLES GENERALLY,L
at all times be found in rear of the Store, and to which she particularly invites the at
tention of the Ladies of Edgefield. Call in and look at the latest Fashions and Styles a
of Goods. Mrs. H. will take pleasure in exhibiti.g them..1
zgusta. April 11If1
D E MI NG & D AY'.
~ORNER, UNDER GLOBE IHOTEL,
ing ev.ery facility, they are enabled to ofer their Goods on the
nost reasonable termes to CAsH AND) PROMPT PAYING CUSTOMERS.
The ir Stock will-always be replete wtth everything
WTW AND NOVEL,
n the Trade, and bU arrangqement~s, every Steamer will bring
them 1the SELE~CT DESIGNS FOR
LADIES' DR ESS GOODS,
EMBROIDERIES, SKIRTS &C., &C,
tmong their Drns Gooos now on hand, in SILK,, Co-r-roN AN~D BAREGE fidn ie,
- . may be fbunid:
,e a 2 Jupe, R obe a lMantillet,
be a 2 & 3 Volauut, IRube a Tunmiqune.
V ith all the usual Goods for Drdsses. All orders promptly attended to.
LEANDER C. DlEMING, CHARLIE B. DAY,
usita, March 30. t( 12 Late of J. M.Nwo & Co.
PRINQ AND SUMMER TRADE.
J. M.. NEWBY & Co.,.
HAVE NOW ON H-AND
Ar. SPLENDID STOCKH OF.'
C L OTHING!!
At WilOLESALE and RETAIL, Also,
LOTHS, CASSIlVERES & VESTINGS,
Which will be Made Up to Order
[I THE MGST FSQ(NABLE STYLES
WARRANTED TO FIT.
ALSO, DR&LZrSn IN
- All of which will be Sold at the Lowest P'rIees, by
3. Ns Newby & Co~
Uwder the United States Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
NEW SPRING GOODS t
T IE Subelcrer. are now receiving their new
SIRING STOK for 1S59, 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.
tW the Caslh basis. We .arelially hirite all Cash
customers to call anid ekanino our Stock before
Our GO0DS hms been bought principally for
Cash, and sulceted with the GREATEST CARE
frun first Clase Houses in
New York, Baltimore aiMdCharlestan.
So give us a call.whether you purehase or not..
Our Stock comprises-every article usually kept
in a Village Store, contsisting in part of Ladies'
DRESS GOODS of every style and-qualty;
American and Enklish PRINTS;
Scotch. Plaid, American and French GING
BAREGES and TISSUES of. every style;.
Bonnet RIBBON'S of overy hue and quality;
DRESS TRIMMINGS in reatirlety;
Ladies'ExtensIon HOOP SKIRTS';.
Mises' " . .
To the HOSIERY, GIOVES and TRIMMINGS
gen'erally we Invite espocial attention, as they
were purehased directly. from Importers,- and at
very low pricus.
TO TIE GEyTLEME
We say walk in and- examino our Stock of Gen
tlemen and Boys GOODS, which iwere-purchased,
expressly for those who wish to buy low for Cisb.
We wish to call your attention to our large and
wll selected stocks of CROCKERY-GLASS and
We call the attention of the Farmers to our Stoek'
f AXES,HOES,CHISELS,AUGURS, SCYTHE
BLADES and STOCKS, TRACE.CHAINS, &c.
TO fi3PORT13ZIEEN. -
We have on hand Colt's Patent REPEATER11,
with other styles of PISTOLS POWDER, SHOT
TO On A T A.LL.
We wish to call your special attention to our large
and well #elected stck-of SHOES, embracing ev
ery 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 WestIndia 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.
jZir-Como in nnd price if you, do not wish to
Py, so that you can ho well posted as regards
rico and qnality. .
N. D.m-We have a few bun.ired pounds of fine
ennessee SHOULDERS we will sell at 10 ctv.
) make room for a large lot of -Dnroi we are ox
ecting to receivo from Tennessee shortly.
H. A C.
Mar9 tif .
UST IN SEASON.
E desire to cal the 6ttention' of the Ladlies
to our LARGE STOCK OF BEAUTIFUL
ilks, Bareges, Tissues and
at In time for the seasod. They are pretty and
esp. But dout take our word for it, come and
Several merobants of acknowledged taste have
onounced them to be In quality, style and price,
perior to similar goods -purchaied within the .
it few week.
Ladles, gtveti a call before making your Spring
rehaies. We can and will offer you INDUCE'
~ENTS TO BUY.
,im JIMMIE will be ploased to chew yotu the
any pretty things we have left, whether you
h to buy or not.
BLAND- & BtITLER,
April 20, 1859 tf. .f.
rHIE Subseribers have .now open -one of the
LBEST SELECTED, as well ias MOST DE
RA BLE.$ioeks of. -
SPRING AND SUMMEFA GOODS
er offered in this market. Our extensive stock
nsists in part of the LAEST STYLE~S of
3 3 - 6QOD S
Printead JACONETS, BRILLIANT8. MUS
NS and PRINTS In great variety;
DOMTESTIC and STAPLE tGO0DS, such as can
a prciatd, n uh as .will xIve EETIRE
- Our Stock of . .
aving been selected with much enre, and with
eo consideration as to quali~. andi desisabluness,
e arc confident of its meeting the aqpproval'of all
Our Stock of
Crockery, Reets, Shoes, Hats,
STRA.W GOOIDS, &nO
re such that In puint of durasbility and cheap
urs they ara unexcelled.
We would respectfully vslicit an examinatilon
our Goods by the Public feeling assuredi. that.
c can present such imsineentcnts as we think will
ease all who favor us wit!h their patronag~c.
-J. B. SUL~IIVAN & CO.
April 20 . -tf 1
CANDEE & McEWEN,.
WATCH MAKERS & JEWELERS.
HI WING-this ay formed a
Ii.,.pnrtnership will oceupy
ts.o IRoania next ndijoaiiduig the*
'ut, Ottice, an.l wilt give the STRIICT-EST AT-.
ENT1ONJ to all husineas entruatedl a thai care.
.JEWELRT and SOtIETY BAIGE8 nadite toi.
der and warraiited.
Ey Particular attention will be pasid to Watch
pairing.P. H. CAN1aEE.
pg D. l, McEWEN..
SEdgefeld. Nov. 1, 1858 * f 41
tate of South Carolina,
- 1 ORINAR Y
homas R. Rhodes, Adm'or., Applicant,'
Im. N. Raines and wife Rebecca, and
James K.Arrington and wife, Deft.J
T appearing to my so~tisfaction that William N.
LRaines and his wife ltebecca, and Jesse K. Ar
ngton and his wife, two oL the Defendants in this
1se reside beyond the limit, of this Statei It'Ia
erefore ordered that they do :.ppear and object
the division or sale of the Real Eklate of~ Elis
th WallIng, doeoased, on or befocre the 14th May
ext, or theIr consent to the same will he outered
iireord. W,. P. DURISOE, 0-, ii,
Ordilnary's Olt're, eb, 1.1 1869. !i n
Mtate of South Carolina,
Y W ;.DtIS3B, s64 id17I of Edge.
Whereas, liohet t QdacM hath aplied to ume
r Letters of A.liinistratipou, n all atid sitigular,
lio gosods and ehattles, righti undu t~redits of Mil
rel Aiton late of the Distridt aforsnial, deceased,
Thease arc, therefore, to cite and admnuish all
sd singular, the kindred and creditoars ?f the sahit
ecased, to he and appear beore mue, at ourt nest
rdinary's Court for the'said District, to beh'olden
at EdIgefeld C. H., on the 19th dtay -of May inst.,
o show cause, If any, why the said admiaistration
bould not be granted..
Given under my hand ad seal, this 5th der af
ay, In the year of our Lord one thousan~d eigbt
mudredl and Aifty.nlne, and in the 8td er o4f
WV. F. DUSISOE, o..a
May11, 1859 2t - - 1
1OTCE..All peranse indebted to the Estste
of J. B. Talbert, 4ceaseAk gr regested to.
nake payment at an early Aste, and th'ose having
lemand, against eaid Es seki, will reader theml'in'
roperly attested for psnynwnt.
13. M. TAL1BERT, Adm'er. '
Sept. 29, 1858 .12m 3 88,;
"I you wish toOe57j 0 0 gs m *.
Ride more on Iorsea -
lEN'8 English Shafter apsc Eentucky S8 )
LV.DLES- - -
Ladiesi ang Boys E.EA
les, irths, Cireisghoe, ~edd1.a 3egs Whps &
Just opesned suid fto al ~ .*c
1IgyQ'C5...AM persona idebtdd to e. E
tate of Johni HamniltonAOd. aus par tk.
earr-dM a we intend to iaake a Ba eeet -
f the saldUstatea das "~~t ~
W, MA A 0. H~Ml'O A7