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v-Wholesale a n d Retail
DRY GOODS STORE.
ANHERE4NGE TO THE ONE IPRO(E SYSTIEMS
GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN. FIGURES.
SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK RETURNS?
The undersigned, already well known for his extensive stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, and for his low prices,
would call the attention of the public to some of his many arti
cles, which will be sold far under the standard prices, viz:
Fine Printed LAWNS at 8, 10, 124 cents and up;
Fast Colored CALICOES at 6j, S, 10 cents and up;
Real French Chintz Colored CALICOES at 124-cents;
44 French CALICO at 25 ets;
44 French CALICO, for double Skirts, 25 ets;
Fast Colored GINGHAMS, at 124 ets;
French JACONETS, at 25 ets;
. Figured BAREGES, at 25 ets;
Pineapple CLOTH, at 25 ets;
Lawn ROBES, at $1.50 and up;
Gingham ROBES, at $2.50 and up;
Pineapple ROBES, at $3.50 and up;
Barege ROBES, at $4.00 and up;
BRILIANTS at 10, 12+ ets. and up;
Linen HANDKERCHIEFS, at 5, 10, 124 cts. and up;
*Linen BOSOMS at 20,25 ets. and up;
Marseilles BOSOMS at 25, 37j ets. and up;
Linen Table CLOTH, at 50, 75, $1,00 and up;
Linen NAPKINS, at $1.25 per dozen and up,
Linen DAMASK, at 35e. and up;
Linen TOWELS, at 61e. and up;
Fringed TOWELS, at 12je. and up;
SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS, at 8*. and up;
PANTALOON STUFFS, at 12*, 181, 25c. and up;
Brown Linen DUCK, at 12*. and up;
White Linen DUCK, at 25c. and up;
- MARSEILLES, at 50, 62ic. and up;
EMBROIDERIE-i will be seen extremely low;
Real Emb'd COLLARS, at 15c. worth 50 and 60c;
Real Emb'd HANDKERCHIEFS, at 15c. and up;
Real Emb'd BANDS, Double, at 20. and up;
Real Emb'd Edging and INSERTING, at 61C. and up;
Real Emb'd Silk Mitts, at 25c. and up;
Real Emb'd SETTS No. 1, at 50c. $1,00 and up;
Ladies' Steel Extension HOOP SKIRTS, at 75c. and up;
MANTILLAS, at $1.50, $2,00 and up;
DUSTERS, at 75c., 81.00 and up.
Give me a call and convince yourselves.
J. EKUFF EB'
Augusta, Ga., June 1, 1859. tf 21
GEORGIA SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND,
Or Dennis' Alterative,
POR PURaFYING THE BLOOD AND DISEASES OP THE LIVER.
(JOMPOSITION.-It contains in addition to S irsyari;Ia, the hydro-alcoholic extract of
Queen's Delight, WVhite Ash, Grey Beard, or Fring -tree Chionant jus,.Tinctnre of May Apple,
If the Liver and Blood are kept in a healthy condition by the use of this Compound .Sar
saparilla, it will prove a great preventive of sickness, and a great saving of expense of
Femae Complauints.-For Females, it is excellent in diseases arising fromn general
Debility or a torpid state of the Liver, and its occasional adds a blooming vigor to the com
plexion. In Lucorrhea or Whites, it has been tried and found a useful and invaluable rem
edy. It checks morbific secretions--removes the cause of disease by cleansing the Blood of
its impurities and acts as a tonic to the system.
For Children.-This is the best medrine that can bie given, especially to those in a
debilitated state of health, or troubled with wtrms. A few doses giv-en to a child when it first
appears unwell has a powerful effect i. preventing disease. It causes increased secretion
and passag of the bile, purifies and i ivigorrtes the system, and prevents the accumulation
of worms, by keeping t he child healthy. 1ts effect in preventing diseases of children make
it a valuable FAMILY MEDICINE.'
For sale by Druggists generally. Price $1 per Bottle.
DR, DENNIS'. STIMULATING OR HOT BITTERS,
FOR. DISPEPSIA IT WILL PROVE AN INVALUABLE REYIEDY.
If food canses pain in the Stemach a dose taken'immediately after meals, or as soon as the
uneasy sensation is experienced, will relieve the pain and assist digestion. They are also an
- important remedy for Females in comphrsints arising from colds.
Dr. Dennis' Stimulating Liniment,
OR, SOUTHERN PAIN-KILLER,
FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS .PAINFUL INFLAMMATORY SWELLINGS,
SPRAINS SWELLED BREAST,.PAIN IN THE BACK OR A COLD
SENSAiION 1N THE BACK, SORE THROAT, TOOTHACHE, &c.
A MEDICINE MORE VAL'UABLE THAN GOLD To THE FARMIER!
BR BENNIS' ANI-l'ASMI ITIJ1E,
For Spasms, Cramp Colic, Spasmodic Cholera or Inflama
tion of the Bowels, Lock Jaw, Chills, or for all sudden
and dangerous attacks of disease in which imme
diate action is necessary.
By diluting it with Syrup or sweetened water it may be made useful in a great variety of
diseases of a mild nature, as in Colds, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Pain in the Stomach or for
general family use.
For Horses, Mules, &c., this Tincture rarely fails to cure even the worst cases of
Colic. In Wounds, Bruises, Cuts, Galls, Sores, &c., it prevents inflammation, and causes
the sores to heal. NO PLANTER SHOULD BE WiTHOUT IT.
'SAll the above Medicines are for sale in this Village by Drs. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE
and E. M.PENN. June 1 511. 21
1859 ! INDIA MATTING
-o- OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
WRIGHT AND ALEXANDER, W M- "H k-^
GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING, AS~ of eevdfo ewYralresp
A G U U S T A, G EO R 01 A, 44, 54 and 6.4 Plain White and checked
RE OWopein teirSPIN STCKofINDIA MATTINGS, of very superior quality.
AFANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS Ingrain, Three-Ply, Veunetian, English Brussels,
which for extent and variety will be found and Velvet CARPETS, at very low prices.
* uuesualti attattivc.ALO
Embracing Cuti'AAK;WNO HDS
SILKS, GRENADINES, BERA GES, Alofwihwlbesdatvrlwpican
ORGANDIE AND JACONET MUSLINS,pesnwihnthsarclsreepcfuyr
in newest designs and richest fabrics. .use oeaiete eoeprhsn le
- MOURNING GOODSAuutApi11 - f14
inmbroedtredriety andqMasity aURTAINS;
PRITSGIGHASBRIL TCURT. AILYBND anR-ONCERY
WHTEGODS FMIY INNS Sl hcrilbe isol ntrow pri andRG
PILOeCSEadsoETIG;s ahnd those arpcles of epctule
HOIEY n GOVSfo Ldes 'nleemte on ting hmiefr parchainoefe
Bl gea adUrieofcalhyed SETyNGS adSLAS
MANITILAS ofAll grds HAWLSyandvaCFFE
PRT S, GINHABURS andGeeTIES, . 0OASSadSRP
Super TABL wh LhyINENvthe exaintio mand Yuge;s lakadIeilTA
copiLon ofqAlisE and preETN wihayohr;C n ACRM
HSER Goods wllOVES fon Ladiees entlem.en ESo ildsrito
SUMMESRerT UFFSAfor menuandeboAsDLESr
FlCK4oSr, DaOSNUS and LaSRd!PESLe RAKRS alos
'So alSuofwhihr tha inoitan Sxtiore and inganidadPervdFt1T
Wchaio ohalqutes omparis with any BAONer, adnsLbtrs amn
.'' Town ur Gos wioice ound no reprste. B, akrladOse
FluBcoUnTand FLaUrdrdBE d
WfDr~ ~ hich ebalrge comprisn i seny BACo-N4S ~A .PUE;
ntouno's se're-llnt. 'Try it; Housekeepers. lazeanWanu;
gOOD COUNTRY LARD. M- CEBAKNBUHS
in Store severxa.l hundred pounds Choice Country WO A Picd n el 3ce.
LA RD, ihieh has been nicely pecked. BasBu~ ae lces eire oo ~p
.* gg'lle aboye I wish to sell, and Will sell atpe c
14 prises for CAsh.. g.NRIDAe Theeoahr epbuh rmtebs
AprilO tf 15FIUS RCA.
NOTICE,w.Ail persons hvn n ead
aantthe Estate of Richard Searls, dec'd., ~ ' A ,Aet
are requested to present them on or before the 7th My1 f1
day of June; froperly attested; as there will be a
inal settlement of said Estate on that da* . AO~~ eevdalto ense
ELINGTON BEABLLS, 1Ad'ors BCNwihw il ela lwfgrs
TICHE SAbRcriberUisn opnn aOGLARGE
Ma ~ *2 , A.ul B.CCuhd Podrd n rauae
. - FOR
SPRING AND SU MMER
MILLER & WARREN,
OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL,
W E return our thanks to our friends generalli
for their liberal patronage, and respectfully
solicit a continuance. We have received an unu
sual large supply of rpring and Summer GOODS,
comprising an endlest variety of new and hand
some DRESS GOODS, which we will take greal
pleasure in exhibiting to our friends and custo
mer. All we ask is for them to give us a call,
and we will show them something in the way of
Rich Silk and Grenadine ROBES A'LES;
Grenadine ROBES A' 2 JUPES: .
Organdle and Jaconet ROBES PRINCESSE;
English and D'Aigletere BAREGES,newstyles;
PINE APPLE CLOTH, a new.article;
Solid Color Bayadero BAREGES;
Plain and Fancy Colored SILKS:
Black Rips and Bayadere SILKS;
A new and beautiful article'of Silk MUSLIN;
Mourning BAREGES and GRENADINES;
Plain and Striped Black Twisted SILK;
Rich French and Chantilly MANTILLAS;
Plain Silk and Barege
Barege and French Lace SHAWLS;
Vals Lace COLLARS and SLEEVES;
Embr'd Swiss " " "
Marseilles " " "
Fancy CASSIMERES and CLOTHS;
Plain and Fancy Linen DRILLS;
Domestic GINGHAMS, DENIMS and COT.
OSNABURGS and Factory STRIPES;
Marlboro' WAIDS and STRIPES;
Schley's Negro PLAINS, and wool filling;
Together with every article usually kept in oui
Augusta, April 5, 1859 3m 13
H AS received from NewYorkhisSpring 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 riot
and splendid styles;
Black Bayadere and Plain Black SILKS, of
Rich Paris Organdie and Barege ROBES, o
French Printed Jaconet and Organdie ROBES,
at very low prices;
Black Barege ROBES, with Double SKIRTS,for
Paris Printed ORG ANDIES and JACONETS,ol
new and beautiful styles;
Superior 4-4 French 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
Ladies' 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 new
and beautiful styles;
Rich Embroidered Lace POMPADOURS;
Thread'and Valenciennes Lace EDGINGS and
Worked Swiss and Jaconet FLOUNCINGS, and
Jaconets, Nainsook, Checked and Miull;MUS
Faucy Swiss MUSLINS, for Ladies' Uunder
deeves, of beautiful styles ;
A large assortment of Ladies' MOURNING
A large assortment of Lndies', Misses', Gentle
nens', Youths and Children's HOSIERY, of the
,est make, elastic and pleasant to wear;
Ladies' CORSETS and Steel Spring SKIRTS, of
he most approve4 styles;*
Ladies' Gossamer Steel Spring SKIR TS, a new
article of the moat perfect symmetry, and very light;
'isses' Steel Spring SKIRTS, of assorted sizes,
and Ladies' do. of extra length;
Ladies' PA RASOLS, of new and beautiflil styles;
With a full and cornplete assortment of articles
<uitable for Family and Plantation use.
W. S. eontinues to sell for Cash, or for Bills to be
,aid promptly, quarterly, and in this way he can
:ell Goods at decidedly lower prices than they can
,e purchased on the usual credit terms. He re
<pectfully invites his friends and the public to ex
amine his stock, especially his large and varied
Which he has selecteud with great care from the
most recent importations, and comprise some of the
most desirable articles ever offered in this city.
Augusta, March 30, tf 12
1859 Spring and Summer Styles. 1859
Jfasonic Hall Building,
244 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
GlEO. W. FERRY has now in store thi
.Xlargest and best assortment of SPRING am
SUMMER GOODS in.his line, to be found in thia
market. Consisting of
Beebe &t Co., and Trade Style Moleskin HATS;
Black and Fancy Colored Cassimere -"
American and French Felt Hats of every variety
of Style and Color;
White, Black, Brown and Silver Leghorn HATS;
" " " " SewedSti-aw "
Panama and Palm Leaf HATS;
Youth's and Children's Fancy HATS, great variety;
Ladies' Silk, Straw, Lace and Chip BONNETS;
Ladies' and Misses Leghorn and Straw BLOOM
ERS, every variety of style and color;
Shaker HOODS-all sizes;
Infant's T URBANS and HATS-new styles;
UMBRELL AS of all varieties-very cheapy
This stock for variety and beauty of styles, ii
unequalled in this market, and the prices cannot
but be satisfactory. 'i Call and See.
Augusta, March 22, tf 11
"Freight as Cheap as the Cheapest."
T1 RE Excel Line having been thoroughly ogn
J.Ised on the 29th April, P. L. Wads, app ited
President, T. H. Johnson, Seeretary, R. Joheson,
Agent at Savannah, and B. P. Russell, Agent at
Augusta ; the Steamer Excel will In future run is
connection with New York, Philadelphia, and Bal.
timore Steamships at Savannah and Georgia Rail
Road at Augusta, leaving Savannah on Saturday
Evening, and Augusta on Wednesday Morning.
All Goods for Northern and liuropean markets and
the Interior, should be addressed to care of Agents
Excel Line at Savannah and Augusta. Forward.
ing of course free.
With men so perfectly acquainted with the for.
ward'ng and shipping buusineas, it is needless to as
sure the public that promptness will ohareteise
all operations of this Company.
R. JOHNSON, Ag't Savannah.
H. F. RUSSELL, Ag't Augusta.
May 11, 1859 8,m 18
I. M. SINGER &r COS.
SEWING MA CHINES!
THE SEWING OF THESE
CANNOT BE EXCELLED),
FROM THE FINEST MUSLINS TO A
LINATHIER TRACE I
0T.disgl'am is required to prove that these Ma.
chines mak1e thb yery bes; eiteh ever devised
by buman ingenuity.
They succeed universally, and are warranted for
Ine year or more, if desired,
They can be seen in operation nt tihe Millinery
Shop of Mrs. McNEIIL, in this Village.
These Macbines will be sold -at the same price
here as at angy of the' Age'ncies, or at the principal
Estalishzgent in Neyv York, the freight only
Mr.' GEO. S. MiNEIL, aja experienced Ma
hiiist, gill atfejid to gettinug a nd gging in.
Machine )jeedles, Silk/b~road, &e., always on
hand at the Milliner Shop.
Edgefield C. 10 April 13 if 14
F INAL SET TIhMENT.--On Thursday,
the 9th JTune, I intend making a final settle
ment on the Estate of James S. Coleman, dee'd.,
in the Ordinary's Offie. Those Indebted will psy
up immediately ; and those havIng demands will
render them in properly attested by the above spe.
eised tiee. BENNETT PERRY, Ad'or.
nM..2s - 2Se Is
NEW SPRING QODS I
T I11E Subscribers are now recelving thir 'new
SPRING STOCK for 1859, which they are
VERY LOW FIGURES FOR CASH I
Knowing the CASH SYSTEM to be far the bet
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 aiind 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 Iadies'
DRESS GOODS of everystyle and quality;
American and English PRINTS
Scotch Plaid, American and - French- GINO
BAREGES and TISSUES of every style;
Bonnet RIBBONS 6f every hue and quality;
.DRESS TRIMMINGS in great variety;
Ladies' Extension HOOP'SKIRTS;
Missos' " " "
To the HOSIERY, GLOVES and TRIMMINGS
generally we invite especial attention, as they
were purchased directly from Importers, and at
very low prines.
TO THE GENTLE.MN,
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, CHISELS, AUGURS, SCYTHE
BLADES and STOCKS, TRACE CHAINS, Sc.
We have on hand Colt'a Patent REPEATERS,
with other styles of PISTOLS, POWDER, SHOT
TO ONE AND ALL.
We wish to call your special attention to our large
and well selected stock 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 GROC0
RIES, consisting in part of
New Crop West India MOLASSES;
New Orleans SYRUP;
SUGARS and COFFEE of every quality;
RICE, PEPPER, ALLSPICE, .GINGER;
SODA.-STARCH, SOAPS of every quality;
SEGARS and TOBACCO of various brands.
AD-Come in and price if you do not wish.to
buy, so that you can be well posted as regards
price and quality. d
N. B.-We have a few hundred 'pouids ofLfine
Tennessee SHOULDERS we will sell at 10 ets.
to make room for i large lot of Baeon we are ex
pecting to receive from Tennessee shortly.
Mar 9 tf 9
BAKER COUNTY LANDS
FOn ".ALE OW TIME 1
T HE Subscriber offers for sale
EIGHT or TEN PLANTA
- IONS, improved and unimproved,
of the best quality, selected by him
self. These tracts contain from FIVE HUNDRED
to THREE THOUSAND ACRES in a body; and
are among the very beat bodies of land in Baker
Reference-Capt. Robt. Merriwether, Col. Jas.
C. Brooks, Mr. Allen B. Addison, and Dr. J. Wr
Stokes, President of Bank of Hamburg.
13rCol. W. W. CEzIvUR will'show the above
Lands in my absence.
My address is Columbus, Ga.
May 1 ' m 18
PLANTATIONS & NEGROES
For Sale in South-Western Georgia.
T ERE following described property
- Lhas been~placed in my hands for
sale, by one' of the most successful
Cotton Planters in South-Western
Georgia, who desires a change of residence and
-Three open and highly improved PLANTA
TIONS, situated in the heart of thu " Lime Belt,"
convenient to Railroad :
One containing 3,500 Acres;
One containing 1,750 Acres ; and
One containing 1,250 Acres;
Together with all of the Stock complete. Plant
ing Utensils, and an abundant. supply of Provisions,,
Also, seventy experienced, and A Ne'. 1, Cott~n
making NEGROES, the most of whom are work.
ing hands, will be sold with the Plantations if de
.ired, but not separately.
Terms, as follows, can be te: A small amount
of cash, and the balance in instalments of one,
two, three and four years, well aecured with inter
et payable annually.
Persons wishing to ace the. property, will please
notify me a few days before viseiting-the country,
that I may be at home on their arriral.
For further particulars address we at "Bonds
Mills," Baker county, Georgia.
W. W. CIIEEVER.
May 11, 1559 . 3m 18
Normal and High School for
T HIS SCHOOL, ESTABLISHED BY ACT OF
the Legislature, will be opened for PUPILS,
on Monday, the 9th of May. Girls from the city,
who desire admission into the High Schmool, will
mak'e application before that day to the Secretary
of the Board, at the Public School IHuse in St.
Philip-street, near George, between the hours of 9
and 11 o'clock, a. m. Those who apply from the
country, under the provisies of ic Act allowing
fifteen from each Congressional- District, may apply
on or before the 9th of May, or within one mnonth
thereafter. - -
The following are the requisitions for Admission
into the Normal School:
1. Applicants must be at least fifteen years of
age, and not over twenty-fire, of unquestionable
moral character, and in sound bodily health.
2. They must be able to sustain a good examina
tion In the following subjects, viz:
Oarnoontarar-Qral and Written.
RIAmUs--With facility, either Prose or Poetry.
Ga 0011APE Y-Geographical Definitions, with
Gaavuaa-Dennitions and Rules oif Syntax,
with ability to parse plain English sentences.
Anuvzxtc-Numeration, Simple and Comapoud .
Numbers, Reduction, Comnmon and Decimal Frac
tions, Simple and Compound Proportion, and Com
putation of Interest.
HISTOR-Of United States, with some knowl
edge of General History.
A legible handwriting will be required, with some
practice in English Composition.
In addition to the foregoing, the applicants for
the State appointments must declare their desire to
make themselves competent as Teachers in this
State, and on their appearance at School must pre
sent a certificate signed by a majority of the dele
gation from the election district in which she
C. G. MEMMINGER,
Chairman of the Board.
May 11, 1859 4t . 18*
9tri REGIMENT, S. 0. M.)
TUwg~a's POND, May 17, 1859.
ORD RS, N0. -
BY Virtue of an order ftrm Bri . Gen. W. C.
BMORAGNE4 an Election afilbe held on
Saturday th ehjune ne. at the tarious Beat
Company preeints, in the reower tettaliotg -9th
Regiment, S. C. M4., for MA.JOR of saidi Dattalion,
to fill the vacancy occasiohed by the resignation
of Lt. Col. Connav.
J. WV. TOMPKINS.
Col. 0th Regiment, S. C. MI.
May 25 5t 20
. 'h REGiMENT,- S. C. I.,
CuIvas' Caxux, May 23, 185.9.
T3qE LOWER BATTALION will assemble at
..the Cherokee Ponds on Saturday. the 4th of
June next, armed and eqluipped as the law directs
The UPPER BAT TA LION will- assemble at the
Pine House on Saturday. the 11th of Juno next,
armed and equipped as the law directs.
The Commissioned and Non-Conud.sMoed O.01
cors of each Battalion, wil- mitsenzble lie dlay ye
vious for drill and instrucelino..
Lieut. pol. LyzniDs and SM ~. SIAW n re ebarged
with the extension of these or ers.
By order of :.- - ''Col. SHIAW.
F. M. CoLAIus, Adjyt.
May 23 3t 201
"If you wish to ensjoy good Health,
Ride more on Horseback."
M EN'S English Shafter and Kentueky SAD
Iradies and Bo a andl Wagon SA4RLES;
Iiqapbrtcd Enghib'BaIl'DE EEA'1HMRS-Bfr
dleu ,Mirths, Cjpeingled, Sadle'lligs,Whips, ~.
Just opened and for sale loe by
J. B. S1JNLIVAN A CO.
A ptil 2D - .tf 1
NOTICE,--All persons indebted to the Es
tato of John Hamilton, dee'd., must pay the.
satme by the 13th June nest; and those having de-1
mand~s against said Estate will render them in,
legally attested, by the above date, or they will be
debarred, as we intend to make a final settliment
of the said Estate on that day. .
W. M. A G. HAM[LTON, Adm'rs.
Sare prepared to furnish Piano
Fortes from the following Cele
brated Manufactories, viz:
JACOB CHICKERING, Boston.
HALLET, DAVIES & CO., Boston.
A. W. LADD & CO., "
NUNNS & CLARK, New York.
BENNETT A CO., " "
And of other New York Makers. We furnish In
struments exclusively to ORDER; and as we pay
no Store rent, no Clerk hire, no City taxes, we are
able to supply any kind of Instruments, from the
Jew's Harp to the Church Organ,
V 17M X- A. 3P 30 RF
Than any Retail House South of New York, not
excepting Charleston and Augusta.
IP Orders addressed to us at Augusta, or
Rome, Ga., will meet with prompt attention.
A. A. CLARK A SON.
AW P. S.-I have had twenty years experience
in the art of TUNING and REPAIRING PIAN
OS, and I can conscientiously recommend the In
struments of the above makers, as being at least
equal to any manufactured in the United States.
At all events, I challenge any person who wants a
PIANO to try one of them six months.
A. A. CLARK.
Augusta, April 4, 1859 tf 13
MUSIC, &c., &c.
T HE subscriber, after returring thanks to their
friends in Edgefield and adjoining Districts,
for their liberal patronage during the last ten years,
would inform them that they still continue to keep
on hand a large assortment of
from the celebrated manufactories of Raven Bacon
& Co., Hazelton Bros., and A. H. Gale A Co., New
York, for whom they are sole Agents. These In
struments having already won such far-famed ce
lebrity, it is only.necesary for us to repeat that for
strength, durability and finish, together with power,
depth, swcetnemi and softners of toe, they challenge
competition. Persons wanting a Superior Piano
Forte, would do much better to call and select from
a large assortment, than by dealing with Pedlars
and agents of inferior makers, where they have no
choice, and have often to pay higher prices for in
ferior Instiuments, than fine ones of superior
makers can be bought for.
Every Piano Forte sold by us is warranted in
every respect, so the purchaser runs no risk what
ever. Persois ordering from a distance from us
can depend upon getting a GOOD ARTICLE, as
we make it a point to keep goods of the best quality
and such as we can recommend and warrant in
every respect. Their
STOCK OF MUSIC
is very large, and they are constantly receiving all
new pieces as they are published.
GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS
of the the best quality always on hand. They
would also call attention to their large stock of
School and Miscellaneous Books,
STATIONERY, BLANK 300s,
and other articles. Also, always on hand the larg
.est assortment in the State, of
GUITARS, ACCORDEONS, VIOLINS,
FLUTES FLAGEOLETS, VIOLIN BOWS,
&a., and every article of Musical Merchandise.
Carhart's and Needham's and Prince's celebrated
Accordeous and Violins Repaired in the
All of the above artioles sold at low prices for
ASH or City acceptances by o
.GEO. A. OATES & BROTHER,
BROAD-ST., Angpeta, Ge.,
[Between United States and Globe Hotels.]
April 7, 1859, tf 13
W 1I -I TU7T T,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in.
Jfrnu!ti, flinijl~ anb Sturrican
No. 180 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
3,000 pounds for sale very low, b~y
W. H. T1lTT, DR1-oGisT,
180 Broad-st., Augusta.
LINSEED OIL, WHITE LEAD, &c.
500 . . . Gallons English Linseed Oil;
10,000. Pounds Pure White Lend;
COLORS OF A LL KiNDS, for sale at very low
fgures, by W. H. TUTT, Dauaoaav.
108 Broad-st., Augusta.
SPERM, WHALE and LARD OIL.
A large stock always on hand and for sale low, by
- W. H. TUTT, DRUGoisT,
No. 108 Broad Street, Augusta.
CONCENTRAT ED LYE.
The best article known for making Soap-cheaper
and better than Potash. For sale by
W. H1. TU'TT, Daaasv,
108 flroad-at., Augusta.
Augusta, Nov. 1 . tf ' 43
SPEARS & HI&HT,:
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Varnishe0,
DENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
PERFUMERY & FANCY A RTICLES,
OProsITE PraxTIus' HOTEL.,
No. 316, Broad Bt,, Augusta, Georgia,
April11 * ly 14
CONLEY, FORCE & Co.,
WIholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOT S, S HOE S,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags,
Hemlock and Oak Sole Leather:
French, Amtrican and (Geran Call' Skins;
Lining, Binding and Top Skins;
Shoe Lasts, Shoe Pegs, Shoe Threarls;
Shoe Tools, Boot and Shoe Materials of every
Tanner's Tools, Ac.
73i-Orders promptly attended to.
Augusta, Jan. 18. 9m* 2
MACHINE & GENERAL MANUFACTU'NG
S H OP..
L. HOPKINS & Cos, Proprietors,
AUOUSTA, 0$., - it
HAVING the inoso extsasiva fua'llrIesit
51H0P TOOLS and A T TP.ItNS In the
ountry, we are now readly and wvill be thankful
for all orders for Gold MInes, MIlls, (Olu GearIng,
Steam Boats. Stave and Shingle Machines, Horse
Powers, $ugar MIlls, Cotton P'resses, Thrasher.
Fans, Shafting, Patlleys, Cook, Parlor and Box
Stoves, TIn Work. In fact, any article in Iron,
Brass or Wood. Addlress
.J. E. MACMURPHY, Sup't.
Augusta. A pril 11,1859. - ly 14
SUPER PHOSPHIATE OF LME,
Ej~H underaigned are Sole Agents for the sale of.
.this articeo, in this city. TIhey offer It to the
Planters of the South, with conSdenoe, au the hest
and most coonomical fertilizer for all crops grown
inthis climate. Numerous t'estimonials, as to Its
value, caa be given, from the most relhable sources
-.nluding the Agricultural Societips o( South
Caolina and Virglij, and Maryad Ist.ituto.
We appnd an e.ztraet frong one 9t ueroue pri.
.iAte Ietttrs, the manufacturerg:
* Csp xyrog, S. 0., May 3, 1858.
Maesrs r's~ Ilosso*:-Your Agents have
infbui'e'd mne that Rhodes' Super Phosphate is a
yneal favorite,. and that Prof. Lecompte, of
Columika, had confirmed your analysis. I met
Otis Mills, Esq., a gentleman of wealth and influ
ence, who informed me that he takes great interest
in watching the progress of Rhodes' Super Phos
phate of Lime, and said that from his observation,
he thinks it bound to he the fertilizer for the Sogjth.
A large stoclk constantly on hmd~ all of Nrie'h
has been regularly analysed apd 1qvguran.d.
~pba hlte snf b~y mail, giving the analysis,
na f airepiansfo- its use.
4. .4 ANSLEY A CO.,
Augusta, Mar. 29, tf 13
Baging, Rope & Twine.
125Bales Heavy Gunny BAGGING ;
300 solls IHeavy Patched BAGGING;
100 Pieces " Dundee '"
30 CoIla Machine and Hand-made ROPE;
60,000 Lbs. Tennessee BACON, Hog round.
For sale low for cash, or on tihne by
SESTES A CLARK.
SM.iusta waMarch use 8. n
1,200 Dozen Linen Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS................. 6 1.4
1,200 Dozen Linen TOWELS............................... 6 1-4
5,500 Yards fine French BRILLIANTS....................... 12 1.2
2,500 Yards fine French MUSLINS.............................. 12 1-2
9,550 Yards fine Merrimae CALICO............................. 12 1-2
5,250 Yards fine colored MUSLIN, warranted fast colors, or the money
will be returned...... ............................. 6 14
7f500 Yards fine Madder CAEICO.............................. . 0 14
8,100 Yards fine White HOMESPUN........................ 6 14
6,175 Yards fine Brown Sea Island HOMESPUNS.................. 6 14
1,100 Yards heavy Linen CRASH............................... 6 14
5,100 Yards fine English CALICO.......................... 12 1-2
100 Dozen Gents fine colored Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS....... 12 1.2
150 Dozen Muslin NECK TIES ............................., 12 1-2
5,150 Yards fine French Organdy and Jaconet MUSLIN............. 25
2,100 Yards fine French BAREGES, plain and figured.............. 25
1,100 Yards fine French GINGHAMS, black and Colored............ .55
1,200 Yards Apple CLOTH...'........................... 37
1,100 Toil de Paris MEXICANA.... . ........... ....... 37 1.2
1,200 Fine LAMARTEESE, new and beautiful Dress Goods......... 37
15 Pieces fine 124 Linen SHEETING................. . ..... 75
75 Pieces fine Double Table DAMASK....................... 75
550 Pieces Fronting LINEN................ .............. 37
500 Dozen Damask NAPKINS................................ $1 50
100 Pieces Planters' Linen DRILLING........................ 12 1-2
100 Pieces fine Planters' Linen DUCK....................... ....25
100 Dozen fine Eleven-Hoop SKIRTS....... ........... . *$1 00
GRAY & TURLEY,
UNDER THE UNITED STATES HOTEL, AUGUSTA,
and 115 Congress Street, Savannah.
May 11, 1859 tf 18
M. J. JONES, M. D.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
DRUGS, IEEDICINES, &C.
NO. 171 NORTH SIDE BROAD STREET,
Augusta Hotel Block, Augusta, Georgia.
Having purchased the Stock in trade of Mr. T. P. FOGARTY, and taken the above woll
known stand, (recently occupied by him,) the undersigned can offer, with confidence, to his
friends'and.the public, both of the city and count7 h Stock, as being of that extent, va
riety, and quality, entitling him to a liberal share o patronage.
The additions making, and those to be continued, will form a complete assortment in the
Wholesale and Retail Line, consisting of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,,
- PAINST, OILS, VARNISHES, DYE STUFFS,
-FL UID S,
WINDOW AND OTHER GLASS,
DENTAL AND SURGICA L INSTRUMENTS,
PERFUMERY- A FANCY AiRTICLES.
ALL WARRAitTED OF THE BEST AND PUREST QUALITY,
AND OFFERED AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT REASONABLE PR1CES.
The prsonal attention of the proprietor, with the aid of skillful and experienced assist.
ants, which has been procured, enables -him to offer t> Physician. and Families the oppor
tnit of obtaining Prescriptions according to order, prepared with the utmost care, and in
which line he solicits patronage. -
He will also continue the Practice of his Profession to sneh of his friends, and the pblic.
s may favor him with calls, which maye made at the Drug Store durin~g the day, and till 9
o'clock, P. M., and after that hour, at nigt, at his rooms, United States Hotel.
Augusta, May 24, 185i1 tf 20
SPLENDID DRY GOODS!
J A MES IIE NE Y,
IS NOW OPENING A NEW STOCK OF STAPLE AND FANCY
Which will compare favorable with any other in the city, to which will be added,
from time to time, during the season,
MH LATEST NVLTE
AS THEY ARRIVE FROM EUROPE, OR ARE PRODUCED AT HOME.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
In this Deartment our Stock is Full and 4ttractive, containing .Faney SILKS, Black GRO
DE RINE, TAFFETAS, TISSUES, BARAGES, BOM BAZINE'S, ALPACAS,
LAWNS, ORGANDIES, .&c.; ROBES, of various styles and Fabrics.
Iu the WHITE GOODS and LINEN DEPARTMENT will be
found. IRISH LINENS, LINEN DAMASKS, NAP.
- KINS. TAPJLE CLOTHS, RUSSIAN CRASH,
CAMBERICS, JACONETS, BRIL
LIANTS, PIQUES, QUILTS, COUNTER-.
PANES, EMBRtOIl)ERLIES, &c.; a Splendid assortment of
HOSIERY AND GLOVES DRESS TRIMMINGS AND PARASOLS, SH1RTINGS
SHEE1'INGS, PANTA LOON STUFF, ke,, &e.
All of which he guarantees to sell as Low as the Lowest.
Call and e.ramnine for yjourselvea, he fore purchauing elsewehere, Orders car.fbill attended to
(lOODS NOT AR REPRESETED MAY BEl REi~TU~NED.
MIBs, IIENEY WITh A LARGE AND SELECT STOOKL OF
STRAW GOODS, Fl.0 W ER 5, RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS.
AND MILINERY AR'TnCLES GENE RALLY,
May at all timues 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 t.he latest Faishons and Styles
of Goods. Mrs. H. will take pleasure in exhibiting them.
CLOTHING & HATS! IA MEM NQ5 E L
SL AY TON A K E NN ADY, 'g '****t ~ f
ii .e4 to him during the past two years, and hopes to
-- - -reelve a continuation of the same.
-For the year 1859, ample preparations will be
Z made to give the best satiifaction to those who may
~bt~ an ~ f patronise the House.
SEnVAI4Ts, orderly and weRl-trained, have been
'UNDER T HlE A UGUSTA HOTEL, engaged'. wn rii et e' w t
173 BROAD-STREET, AUGUSTA,Ga., tention, and shall le Suple wihte best the
~market4 ggtta alords..
Would respecztfully invite atten- The ST~uasas will be in the charge of an atten
tion to their Large and wplkive 4tstler.
selected Stoeg. e4 CGoca4s In short, kind fiends, I am going to make every
M R EN ND 0YS '''.'aD'"''' 21 e c CNNINGHAM.
Augusta, Mar 30 3m .12
CANDEE & McEWEN,CHIE(OCREI
WATCU MIAKERS & JEWELERS. D'ANTIGNAC & HUBBARD,
1AVING this day formed a ' hlesale tad Retail Dealere in
Cu c-artnership wil'*"l. eUQ R S C~ D OF FE E,- TEAS,
the Rooms next adjoiningthL J 'J
1ost Ofine, and will give the STRICTEST AT. ' WINES BRADIE
TP.NTION to all belneu" etruste Gt their esre. WAG IN, AN0DE,TEA
'Pricula attention will be paaid to Watek GRWCERIESoef BEIAYDEWDIFYIN.
repairing. - - - -DE I kS $.$ $13 A
Edgud NOV. 1 18r58 If 43 .Tan.1'.- tfd '' ~..- 1and
E. PENN, Agent,
AS just received -and offers for- ult, 060st
BEA UTIFUL. LARGE AND DESIR'ABLE
Stwek of Spring and Summer
His Goods have been-selected with great care
in the New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Charleston Markets; and will be sold at prices
that will not fail to give entire satisfaction.
April 13 tf Id
T HE subscriber has just opened an eNtireZ
T STOCK of Goods at his Old Stand; tA.ki
Brore,) which he invites all to ceall ad eu a1 e
His stock embraces every variety of '
For Ladies' Wer1-..
Among them will be found Plain-Black and Fan
Organdle and JaconetMUSLINB,newstyles and
Byadere Double Skirt and Side .Stripe BE.
Bnglish and American PRINTSI
BRILLIANTES and GINGHAMS;
. Plain, Swiss and Jaonet MUSLINS;
Plain Striped and Checked Nainsook and Mull
Summer BRAWLS and MANTILLAS
Jazonet and Swiss EDGINGS, COLLARS and
Fine BONNETS and BONNET RIBBONS;
BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS for Men, Boy9,
Ladies and Mims.
Bleached and Unbleached 8HIRTINGS and
PILLOW CASE and SHEETINGS;
LINENS and MARSEILLES for Men and Boy's
OSNABURGS, STRIPES and TICKINGU8:
G IR O C E IR I E 8,
HARDWARE 11 ROcifiY,
With every variety usually keptin a Dry Goods
OP Please call and examine my Goods and
Prices before trading elsewhere.
B. C. BRYAN.
Mar. 30. tf 12
JUST IN SEASONs
W B desire to call the attention of the Ladies
to our LARGE STOCK OF BEAUTIFUL
Silks, Bareges, Tissues and
Just in time for the season. They aro pretty and
cheap. But dont take our word for It; come and
Several merchants of acknowledged taste have
pronounced them to be In quality, style-and pries,
superior to similar goods purchased within the
last few weeks.
Ladies, give us a eall before making your Spring
purhases. We can and will offer you INDU0E.
MINTS TO BUY.
pP JIMMIE will be plepsed to show you the
many pretty things we have.left, whether you
wris tobuy on BLAND & BUTLER.
April 20, 1859 tf 1
01R6. A - IJMER G01O8S!
HEI~ SubscrIbers have niow open one of the
BE13ST SELEICTEDJ, 'a well as MOST IlK
SIRAB3LZ Stocks of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
Ever offered in this market. Our extensive stoc k
onsists in part of the LATEST S3TYLEIS of
- * Embracing,
MUSLINand BAR EGE RbBE8 of redent Paris
Pinte JACONETS, BRILIIINT8, MU'S.
INS and PRINT8 in great variety ;
DOMESTIC and STAPLE GOODS, such as arn
be appreciated, and such as will .give . ENTIBE
Our Stock of
Having been selected with much care, cud with
due consideration as to quality and desirableness,
we are confldent of i meeting the approval of all
Our Stockc of.
Crockery, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
STRAW GOODS, asC.
Are such that in point of durabilit-y and cheap
ess they are unexcelled.
We would respeetfully solicits san examination
f our Goods by the Publio feeling assured that
we can present such Inducements es we think will
please all who favor us with their patronage.
J. B. SULLIVAN ,& Co.
April 20 t - 5
~HE Undersigned, having formed a Parner
.ship, would respectfully Invite attentioan to
their LARGE and VARIED Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER 60DS,
Which they are now receiving at. the Iftore Rocom
ately occupied by Messrs.- Bta A Bevus.a
Their Stock emibraoes a variety of
L.ADIES DRESS GOODS,
A variety of Gloods for
MEN AND BOYS WEAR.
A variety of Ladles and Misses
eeled Gaiters, Bo0tees and Slipper8.
A varletyof Men and Boys
3EATS AN~D 8OESf
A lot of . .
CROCKERY, HARDWARE & JEWLRY.
All of which the trading public wIll do well to
examine before purchasing elsewhere.
They have engaged the services of Mr. Warouv,
and will dlo their Utamost to please every enstomer.
Ir. B. DEAN..
April27 . tf I 6
WITT & HUDSON,
HIAVE t.PM.D A
RetWen 3, Pea an0R Colgpn,.
WIHERl WE UlAVE ON UAND3 A C0MPIJETE
A8QITM1NT OF il.tI'SURE,
300K CASms, ARmiETW DES~
BUREAUS, BUREAU WASH SYAM0S,
With Marble topsosingle and doule.
WASH .STANDS OF EVERY HIND,
*T ADLZE S.
EXTBNSION TABLES, PARLOR. TABL3S
with SlbREADING ad QUARTWTT
TABLE TOWEL.AND CLOTRES
RACKS, 3601 AND CORNRE STANtS,
A Fine Iot of Sofas, Ottomnans, Is.
A ebcoe letof
1?RLQR, DINING ROOM.<AND LIBRART
CIIAI S, SUEL'S OFFICE CH AIR, Stnol,
Cane and Mahogony ROCKI$G CHIAI1S,
Misses' Sitting and Rocking CILAIRSe
Child's Table CH AIRS, 4e.
A LOT OF FANCY WORKC TABDEjpa -r
WORK BOXES, STOOL STAND8,'R
TABLE DESKS,' OFFICE DEISKS,4lblra'c
BUREAUS, CUBBARDS, SAFI8,-RBlD..T
STEADS,: CRADLES. LOOING'a
GLASS PLATE, Ae.:
Also, severaI excellent pieces of'
CARPET TACKS AND BININRUGS AND'
MATS, WINDOW 00hNIC~ '8HADES,
CORDS, TASSELS, CURT -PINS,..
Ao., Ac., Ac..
The above articles are all recently purohased
fom the beet Houses in New York, and rgt be
sold at low prIces for-eash.