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WM. QUATTLEBUM, I LEWIS JONES,
LEWIS COVIR,. H. BOULWARE,
JAMES SPANN, EDMUND PENN.
S. HARRISON, ROBERT D. BRYAN,
WM. L. STEVENS, JACKSON COVAPR,
P. M. NICHOLAS,
For Tax Collector.
JOHN C. LOVELESS, T. J. WHITAKER,
STARLING TURNER, THEOPHILUS DEAN,
M. W. LYLES, CHARLES CARTER,
C. A. HORN, CHAS. M. MAY,:
J. P. ABNEY, W. F. DURISOE,
D. L. TURNER. DAVID BODIE,
E. H. YOUNGBLOOD,
attorney at Law & Solicitor In Equity,
WILL attend promptly to all business placed
in his hands.
Ofice at Edgefield C. H., S. C.
uno1 tf 13
XM 3.. PE A :)T"
. ttorurp at haft,
SOLICITOR I N EQUIT'
OmcE, x THE REAR OF TiE COgRT HOUSI
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
June 1 6t 21
T. L. ADDISON,
Attorney-at Law & Solicitor in Equity,
EDGEFIELD C. IL, S. C.
May 11 tf 18
lavveEBVB Aw AW
Solicitor in Ecuity.
. Omon, in the one formerly occupied by W. W.
Edgefield C. H., S. C., Dec. 22, 1858.
T HE undersigned have this day formed a Part
X nership for the PRACTICE OF LAW AND
EQUITY, under the name and style of LANDRUN
Mr. MooRE will regularly attend the Courts at
Abbeville, and will promptly transact all businesi
left in our hands for that District.
G. W. LANDRUM,
J. P. MOORE.
Edgefield C. H., Jan. 13. tf 2
D RS. BLAND & H-ILL, will practice Med
icine in its various branches in this villagt
and vicinity. ELBERT BLAND,
J. WALTER HILL.
'March 30,1859 tf 12
DRS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE,
EG leave to inform their friends that they havt
. associated themselves in the practice of Medi.
eine in its different branches, as well as continut
their copartnership in the sale of Drugs, &c.
One or both may always be found at their Store,
at any hour of the day or night. The patients ot
one yill be the patients of both, and will be at
tended by either or both without additional Charge.
.A. G. TEAGUE,
April 19th, 1859 . tI 15
D R. H. PARKER, can generally
he found at the Office formerly
occupied by 0. D. Tiliman, Esq., and
will be sure to be there during Sale-dlay week.
March 2, 185 9 tf 8
B1IN8, M Il !R4S, PA7 8, O18,
DYE STUFFS, PERFUMERY, &C
At Wholesale and Retail
* DBS. A. G. & T. J. TEASUJE,
T and th ulognrlythat they have just
received a large accession of PURE and FRESH
DRUGS, CHEMTCALS, &C.,
To thefr already extensive Stock, embracing the
- most ,aluableOVEGETABLE EXTRACTS, as well
as the Drug mn its erude state.
All Tinctures, Essencs, Powders,
Prepared with care and in strict accordance with
the best and latest Pharnacmpias.
Instruments, Surgical and Dental.
HOSPITAL AND CHAIR CUSHIONS,
HOT WATER BAGS, &c.
BRACES AND TRUSSES
Of various patterns, common and very fine.
PHYSICIANS' OFFICE FURNITURE.
Glass Specie Jars;
Tinet. Stands, all sizes;
Medical Saddle Bags;
Pocket Medicine Cases;.
Funnels, every kind;
Graduate Measures ;
Scales and Weights;
Mortars, every kind;
Spatulars, Pill Tyles, &c., Ac.
All of the most Reputable Nostrums.
Strengthening Plasters, Pain Extractors, Eradica
tors and Alleviators.
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES,
A full and complete stock.
WINDOW AND COACH GLASS,
Various sizes and cut to any size and shape desired.
1,000 POUNDS PUTTY,
Fresh from the manufactury.
A well selected and varied assortmentof the BEST
PERFUMERY, embracing Lubin's Genuine, and
Wright A Edrehi's deservedly popular Handker
chief Extracts-Musk, superfine Grain and Ex
tract-Otto of Rose-Cologne, Ac.
Pomatums a great variety;
Hair Oils, Dressers ;
Restoratives, Dyes and Dipilatories;
Cosmetics, Spoaps, and a great variety of articles
A complete assortment of Culinary Extraets, to
gether with a large supply of Allspi'ce, Pepper,
Ginger, Nutmeg, Mace, Cloves, Tumnerie, Ac.
,Colgate's Terpentine, White, Casteel and Toilet
Casteel SOAP, white and eommon.
A splendid aisortu~ent of Hair, Tooth, Nail.
Plesh, Paint, Varnish, Marking, Whitewash, Crurnl
and Shoe BRUSHES;
COMBS, a fine and yaried colleetion.~
Embracing Common, Fine and Superfine Note.
Cap and Letter PAPER;
Envelopes, Steel Pens aind Pencils;
INKS, a large stock of the very BEST-superi
.or f..r mnaking records;
Violin and Guitar STRINGS;
Water Colored PAINTS in bones;
Pink Saucers, Thermometers, Ac.
.SHOE BLACKING, a glendid article.
Fine Liqours for Medicinal Uises.
A supply on hand of Pine BRANDY, WINES.
GIN, and some pure unadulterated WHISEEY.
six years old, for Medicinal purposes.
TOBACCO, SEGAES, SNUFF, &c.
Having heen uninterruptedly engaged in the
Drug business, In this place, for 10 years, with
their experience in the practice of Medicine in
this olimate for near 25 years, they have necessa
rily learoed rshe wants of this section. And hay.
ing made the acquaintance and obtained the conS.
dence of the most reliable Importing Drug Houses.
they buy from first hands; and their Stock baa
been carefully selected and bought by one of the~
firim, who h's just returned from the best Northern
markets, with reference to the purity of the article,
in preference to the price.
And they are happy to say, that they can supply
Ph ysicians. Merchants and Planters and all others
with GENUINE DRUGS, MEDICINES, Ac.,
on as good terms as they can he supplied in any
other Southern market.
A. G. & T. J1. TEAGUE.
Edgefleld, S. C., May 18 tf 19
Light for Everybody !
N OW in Store alarge supply of KEROSENE
2OIL, and arrangements made not to get
-oug nSof various and beautiful styles.
- W el zhsively for CASH.
- - . A.G. . 5.T BAGU L.
HORA, WISE & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO JAMES M. NEWBY & COMPANY.)
D E.AL E BS IN
SUPERIOR READY MADE CLOTHING
.1EE1\T c BOYs
- Under the United States Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
- HORA, WISE & CO.,
HAVE JUST OPENED THEIR STOCK OF
SPRING & SUMMER
CL OT HING!!
FOR MEN AND BGYS W.EA.
Persons wanting GOODS in their line, can be shown one of the best assortments ever
ffered in Augustat
THEIR STOCK OF
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,.
HAS BEEN SELECTED WITH -CARE, AND COMPRISES THE NEWEST AND BEST
Grade of Goods known to the Trade.
THEY WILL BE GOT UP IN THE BEST STYLE, AND WARRANTED IN EVERY
INSTANCE TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
CALL AND LOOK THROUGH.
WE have this day associated Mr. J. K. HoRA with us in Busi'ness, and having purchased
)f Mr. J. M. NEwBY his entire interest in the firm of J. M.NmwBy & Co., will continue the
lothing Business in all its branches, at the same old stand, under the name and style
,f HORA, WISE & CO., who will use the name of either firm in closing the business of the
.1d concern. JT. K. HORA,
W. S. WISE,
Augusta, Ga., June 8,1859 W. T. TIMMERMAN.
.A C.A. BRD.
HAVING sold my entire interest in the firm of J. M. NEwBY & Co., .to Messrs. HoRA,
Wisr & Co., I cheerfully recommend the new firm. to my friends, and solicit for thern a con
.inuation of their patronage. J. 1. NEWBY.
Augusta, Ga., June 8,_1859. tf 22.
Wholesale a n d Retail.
DRY GOODS STORE.
ADHERENCE To THE ONE PRICE SYSTEM.
GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES,
-9 ALL PROFiTS AND QUICK RETURNS!
The nndersigned, already wvell 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
es, which will be sold far under the standard prices, viz:
Fine Printed L AWNS at 8, 10, 12.1 cents anid up ;
Fast Colored CALICOES at 6*, 8. 10 cents and up ;
Real French Chintz Colored CA LICOES at 1'21 cents ;
4.4 French CALICO at 25 cts;
4-4 French CA LICO, f,,r double Skirts, 25 ets ;
Fast Colored GING HAMS, at 121 cts ;
French JACON ETS, at 25 ets; ..
Figured BAREGES, at 25 ets ;
Pineapple CLOTH, at 25 ets;
Lawn ROBES, at $1.50 and up;- -
Gingiam ROBES, ati82.5Oaund up;
Pineapple ROBES, at *3.50 and up ;
Barege ROBES, at $4.00 and up;
BRILtLANTS at '10, 12+ cts. and up;.
Linen HANDKERCHIEFS, at 5, 10, 12+ cts. and up;.
Linen BOSOMS at 20, 25 cts. and up ;
Marseilles BOSOMS at 25, 37+ cts. and up ;
- Linen Table CLOT11, at 50, 75, $1.00 and up;
Linen NAPKINS, at *1.25 per dozen and up ;
Linen DAMASK, at 35c. anid up ;
Linen TOWELS, at Gic. and up ;
Fringed TOW EL.S, at 12.1e. and up;
'SH IRTINGS and SIIEETINGS, at 6te. and up ;
PANTALOON STUFFS, at 12+, 181, 25e. and up ;
Brown Linen DUCK, at J2+c. and up ;
White Linen DUCK, at 25c. and up ;
MARSEILLES, at 50, 62+c. and up;
EMBROIDER1E' will be seen extremely low;
Real Enmb'd COLL ARS, at 15e. worth 50 and 60c ;
Real Emb'd HIANDKERCIIIEFS, at 15c. and up ;
Real Emnb'd BANDS, Double, at 20c. and up ;
Real Emnb'd Edging and INSERTING, at 6te. and up ;
Real Emb'd Silk Mitts, at 25c. and up;
Real Emb'd SET'TS No. 1, at 50c. 81,00 and up ;
Ladies' Steel Extension 1100P SKIRTS, at 75c. and up ;
MANTILLAS, at 81.50, *2,00 and up;
DUSTERS, at 75c., $1.00 and up.
Give iile a calIRl dconvince yourselves.
Augusa Ga., ue 1 80 tf IA .IF E 21
GEORGIA SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND,
Or Dennis' Alterative,
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD AND DI3EA&SES OF THE LIVER.
COPOSITIO.-It contains in addition to Sarsaparilla, the hydro-aleoholic extract of
Queen's Delight, White Ash, Grey Beard, or Fringe-tree Chionanthus, Tincture of May Apple,
f te Liver and Blood are kept in a healthy condition by the use of this Cornound Sir.
prilla, it will prove a great preventive of sickness, and a great saving ofexpense of
Femle CosnplaIits.-For Females, it is excellent in diseases arising from general
)ebility or a torpid state of the Liver, and its occasional adds a blooming vgjor to the com
plexion. In Lucorrhea or WVhites, it has been tried and'found a useful and mnvaluable rem
dy. It checks morbifie secretions--removes the cause of disease by cleansIng the Blood of
ts impurities and acts as a tonic to the system.
For Chdldren.-This is the best medicine that can be given, especially to those in a
leilitatedi state of health, or troubled with worms. A few dosespgven to a child when it first
ppears unwell has a powerful effect In ,preventing disease. It causes increased ifeeretion
n passage of the bile, purifies and invigoretes the system, and prevents the accumulation
f worms by keeping be child healthy. Its effect in pre..enting diseases of.children makes
it a valuaile.FAMILY MEDICINE.
For sale by Druggists generally. Price $1 per Bottle.
DR, DENNIS' STIMUL.ATING, OR HOT BITTERS,
FOR DISPEPSIA IT- WILL PROVE AN INVALUABLE REMEDY.
Iffood causes pain in the Stomach a dose taken immediately after meals, or as soon as the
mesy sensation is experienced, will relieve the pain and assist digestion. They are also- an
.mportant remedy for Females in complaints arising from colds.
Dr. Dennis' Stimulating Liniment,
DR, O U TH E RN PA IN-K L L ER,'
FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS PAINFUL INFLAMMA'rORY SWELLINGS,
SPRAINS, SWELLED BREAST, PAIN IN THE BACK OR A COLD
SENSATION IN THE BACK, SORE THROAT, TOOTHACHE, &c.
A MEDICINE MORE VALUJABLE THAN GOLD To THE FARMER?
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 Sjrup or sweetened water it may he made useful in a grat variety of
diseases of a mild nature, as in Colds, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Pain in the Stomach or for
For Dorses, Mules, &c., this Tincture rarely fails to cure even the worst cases of
Coli. In Wounds, Bruises, cunts, Galls, Sores, &c., it prevents inflammation, and causes
the sores to heal. NO PLANTER SHOULD BE WITHIOUT IT.
ZAll the above Medicines are for sale in this Village by Drs. A. G.k T. J. TEAGUB
WRIGHT AND ALEXANDER
GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING,
.GUUSTA., a3M OtaxA,
RE NOW openin their SPRING STOCK of
FANCYAND STAPLE DRY GOODS
which for extent and variety will be found.
SILKS, GRENADINES, BERAGES,
ORGANDIE' AND JACONET MUSLINS,
in newest designs and richest fabrics.
. MOURNING GOODS
in great vaiety of quality and style.
MANTILLAS AND SHAWLS,
PRINTS, GINGHAMS, BRILLIANTES, &c.
WHITE GOODS, FAMILY LINEN8; -
Super TABLE LINENS of the best make;
- PILLOW CASE and SHEETING;
LINENS, DIAPERS, TOWELINGS';
HOSIERY and GLOVES foi Ladies, Gentlie'en
SUMMER STUFFS for men and he wear
Bleached and Unbleached SHEET 08 and
3HIRTINGS-of all grades.
TICKINGS, OSNABURGS and Geo STRIPES,
ro all of which they livite an examination and a
'omparison of qualities and prices with any other
pe.Our Goods will be found asrepresented.
Augusta,Ga.,Mar21 .A.8m 11
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
lAS just received from.New York, a large sup
4-4, 6-4 ind.84 Plain White and Checked
NDTIA MATTINGS, of very superior quality.
Ingrain, Three-Ply, Venetian,EnglishBrunels,
nd Velvet CARPETS, at very low prices.
Embroidered Laos and Muslin OURTAINS;
Curtain DAMAKS; WINDOW-SEADE;B
CURTAIN.BANDS and O02OES..:
All of which will be sold at very lowv.pfos, and
persons wishing those articles are respeetfilly re
luested to examine them before purchasing else.
Augusta April 11 tf 14.
25828 "PRIZES I
FIFTY THOUSAIND TICKET&
MORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO
Whole Tickets $10, Halves $6, Quartsi$ 82,50.
GEORGIA STITE OffmR
For the benefit of the
lonticello Union Aeademy,
Authorixed by Special Act -f the LegW i'uahre.
IKINNEY & 00,, Managers,
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,000.
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN JUNE, 1859.
In the City of Savannah, Georgia,
Class 22. to be Dr~awn June 4, 1859.
Class 23, to be DraWn June 11;
Class 24, tobe DraWn June 18, "
Class 2b, to be Drawn June 25,"
1 Prize of $60,000 i....... .6,O
1 " 20,000is...... .2,O
1 " 10,000 i. . ..1,O
I " 5,000is...... .. 0C
I " 4,000Is...... ..,0
I " 3,000is...... .. 01
I " 2,000Is...... .. 00
I " 1,500Is........1Ot
5 Prizes.of.1,000.are.............. 20,000
50 " 1 ......................,500
10 " 100 are..............1...,000
10 " 400 are..................9,800
100 " 380 are..................8,01
2 Pr"e o$200 Ap .......................... 4800
50 " 50 150 2000 :.............. 7,00
I 00 25 100 1000 ar.............. 10,00
I 00 00 "95~0 ar............" 4,00
B.00 80 85 400 ar.............. 8,001
B Prse of 00 Ap'x' t .of,0 Prz 4r 80
B " 150 " " 2,000 ~ " 401
B " 425 " " 1,500 " 5001
40 " 20 " " 1,00 " 8,00
25,000 8 200,000
25,828 Prizes amounting to.............366,041
CERTIFICATB oP PacKAGEs will be sold at the
following rates, which is the risk :
Certificate of Packages of 10 Whole Tickets, $80
S " 10 Half " 30
" " 10 Qualter " 15
" " 10 Eighth. " 7.50
ORDERING TICKETS -OR. CERTIFICATES,
Enclose the money to our address for the tickets
ordered, on receipt of which they will be forwarded
by irst~mal. Purchasers can have tickets ending
in any figure they may designate.
The lists of drawn numbers and prizes will be
sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing.
All communications strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates, by Mail or
Express, to be directed to
McKCINNEY & CO.,
- 8~Aux, G A.
June 1, 1859 ly .21
T~ lIE Subscriber is
..offering for sale
is V A LUA BL E
PLANTA TION in the
South Western part of Pickens District. eighteen
miles South of Walhalla, and twenty miles WVest
af Anderson Village. This tract of land contains
One Thousand and Seventy-Six Acres,
Df which about ninety-fro Acres are rich bottonm
land in cultivation, about one hundred acres of
resh up-land, and the cleared land on the place
amounts in the aggregate, to about four hundred
These lands being more than twenty miles South
f the first mountain ledge, cotton matures here
ery well indeed.
All the improvements on this. place are costly,
ibstantial, and recently made, rendering It one of
the most desirable situations in the District.
The DWELLING HOUSE i a new two-story
ame building with six fire places, and a number
f comfortable rooms. The BARNS and4 STA
BLES are Dew and enmmodilnne. The WflSAT
IRABJIER and COTTON GIN, both constructed
ast year, are driven by water power,
The SAW MILLS Is in good order with an
abundance of timber near at haind. All the prin
:ipal machinery about the CORN and FLOUR
[N MILLS was put osp last year by skilful work.
men. These Mills comprise all the modern hm
provements for cleansing Wheat thoroughly, and
ror making the best "tUrn-ot" of nice white
lour. The machinery of this Miill is propelled by
m over-shot wheel twenty-four feet in diameter,
he water being abundant and never-failing. So.
:lety in the vicinity Is wealthy, intelligent and
Peor terms and further particularst apply to
Ah Proprieter on the premises. Inquiries by. let
:r will be answered with promptness.
THOMAS R. SHELOR.
Pair Play, 8. 0., June 1, 1859 6t 21
El1OUr, Bacon and Lard!I
r HE Subscriber has now ih Store and-receiving
from the best Packers,.
5,000 Lbs. TENNESSEE BACONI,
hih ohallenges comparison with any, BA CON
n Town. It is a choice lot, and no mistake. Also,
75 SACKS COUNTRY FLOUR,
)f Dorm's Brand, which Mr. D~orn himself pro
aunnes excellent. Try it, Housekeepers.
GOOD COUNTRY LARD.
En tote several hundred pounds Choice Country
[ARIi, which has been nicely packed.
W The abovo I wish to sell, and will sell at
ow prices for Cash.
W. H. HARRISON, Agent.
April20 . tf . . . 15
lIOTICE.--All persons havinan demands
Lagainst the Estate of Richat .A~deo'd.,
are requested to present them on or~b~ the'ith
lay of tlune, properly attested; as thi' will be s
nal settlement of said Estate on that day.
ELLINGTON SEARLS, 1Ad'ors
Mar 9 8m* 9
B ACON--Just received a lot of 'Tennessee
BACON, which we will sell at low S
HUDSoN A. 003
a...n n r . at
) t T GO OD S
SPRING AND SUMMER
MILLER & WARREN,
OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL,
WBE retm our thanks to our friends generall
V for their liberal patronage, and respectfull
solicit a continuance. We have received an unt
sual large supply of rpring and Summer GOODE
comprising an endlest Variety of new and hand
some DRESS GOODS, which we will take gres
pleasure 1i exhibiting to our friends and cust'
mers. All we ask is for them to give us a cal
and we will show them something in the way of
Rich Silk and Grenadine ROBES A'LES;
Orenadine ROBES A' 2 JUPES:
Organdle and Jaconet ROBES PRINCESSE;
English and D'Angletere BAREGES, new style.
PINE APPLE CLOTH, a new article;
Foullard SILKS ;
Solid Color Bayadere 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;
Linen DUSTERS; -
Val- Lace COLLARS and SLEEVES;
Embr'd Swiss " " "
Marseilles " " - "
Fancy CASSIMERES and CLOTHS;
Plain and Fancy Linen DRILLS;
Domestic GINGHAMS, DENIMS and COI
OSNABURGS and Factory STRIPES;
Marlboro' PLAIDS and STRIPES;
Schley's Negro PLAINS, and wool filling;
Together with every article usually kept in ct
Augusta, April 5, 1859 3m 13
tilE are prepared to furnish Pian
T Fortes from the following Cel
Frated anefactories, viz:
JACOB CHICKERING, Boston.
HALLET, DAVIES A CO.) Boston.
A. W. LADD & CO., "
NUNNS & CLARK, New York.
BENNETT & CO., " "
And of other New York Makers. We furnish Ii
struments exclusively to ORDER; and as we pa
no Store rent, no Clerk hire, no City taxes, we al
able to supply any kind of Instruments, from tl
Jew's Harp to the Church Organ,
Than any Retail House South of New York, ni
excepting Charleston and Augusta.
d ;2 Orders addressed to us at Augusta,
Rome, Ga., will meet with prompt attention.
A. A. CLARK & SON.
pA& P. S.-I have had twenty years experienc
in the art of TUNING and REPAIRING PIA3
OS, and I can conscientiously recommend the Ii
struments of the above makers, as being at lea,
equal to any mannfactured in the United State
At all.events, I challenge any person who wants
PIANO to try one of them six months.
A. A. CLARK.
Augusta, April 4, 1859 tf 13
MUSIC, &c., &c.
h'HE subscriber, after retura:ig thanks to the
Ifriends in Edgenield and adjoining District
tor their liberal patronage during the last ten yar
would infbrm thema that they still continue to kee
on hand a large assortment of .
from the celebrated manufactories of Raven Bae
A Co., Hiazelton Bros., and A. II. Gale & Co., Ne
York, for whom they are sole Agents. These Ii
strumients having already won sneh far-famed e
lebrity, it is only necessary for us to ron w, that fs
trengthA, durabiity and tinuish, together uith port
de'pth, mecetneas and softwue of tone, they challenj
ecinpetition. Persons wanting a Superior Pini
Forte, wouldl do much bettei- to call and select frin
a large assortment, than by dealing with Pedla:
and agent. of inferior makers, where they have
choice, andI have often to pay higher prices for is
ferior Instrujnents, than neo ones of superia
makers can be bought for.
Every Piano Forte sold by us is warrantedi
every respect, so the purchaser runs no risk whs
ever. Persons ordering from a distance .from 1
can depend upon getting a GOOD ARTICLE,
we make it a polnt to keep goode of the best qgalil
and such' as we can recommend and warranti
every respect. Their
.STOCK OF MUSIC
is very large, and they are constantly receiving.a
new pieces as they~ are published.
(JUl TA R andl ViOLIN STRINGS
of the the best quality always on hand. Tbe
would also call attention to their large stock of
Sch001 and Miscellane011s Books,
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS,
and other articles. Also, always on band the hari
et asortmnent in the State, of
GUITAltS, ACCORDEONS, VIOLINS,
FLUTES FLAGEOL4ETS, VIOLIN BOWl
&., antI every article of Musical Merchandise.
Carhart's and Needham's and Prince's celebrate
Accordeons and Violins Repaired in tl:
All of the above articles sold at low prices f<
CA 5I1 or City acceptances by
*GEO. A. OATES & BROTIIER,
B RO AD-ST., Aurqustn, (Ga.,
.[Between United States and Globe Hotels
April 7, 1859, tf 13
1859 Spring and Sumer Styles. 185
- Jaonie flall Bailding,
244 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
GE~Oa W. FERRY hasq now in store ti
largest and hecst assortment of SPRING A~s
SUMME R G OODS in his line, to be found in tL
market. Consisting of
Bebe & Co., ail Trade Style Moleskin HATS;
Black and Faney Coloredl Cassimecre "
American and French Felt Hats of every varie
of Style and Color;
White, Black, Brown and Silver Leghorn IA Tl
" " " "~ Sewed Straw "-.
Panama and Palm Leaf HA TS:
Youth's and Children's Fancy HA TS, great variet)
Ladies' Silk, Straw, Lace and Chip BONNETS:
Ladies' and Misses Leghorn and Straw BLOOD
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 cheap ;
This stock for variety and beauty ef styles,
unequalled In this market, and the prices canry
but be saltisfaetory, 0ir Call and see,
Augusta, March 22 tf .11
State of South Carolirn
#D GE FIE LD .DIS T RICT.
Tha. R. Rhodes, A dm'or Aplil'nt.)
Wn. N. Raines and wire Rebsecca, Partition..
and James K. Arrington and
Y an order from the Ordinary, Ishall proei
to s'ell at Edigefield Court House, on the iri
Monday in July next, for Partition, all the Rei
Estate of Elizabeth Wolling, deceased, consistin
ofthree LOTS in the Town of Hamburg, S.C
known in the plan of said Town,
First, HOUSE and LOT No. 229, havIng a frei
of ffty (50) feet on Leavenworth Street, and rn:
ning back two hundred (200) feet; bounded Eal
by Leavenworth Street, West by fragtion of Le
N. 229j, South by Bay Street, and North by Le
Second and third, TWO WHARFS LOTS, No
9 and 10, having two hundred (200) feet front
Bay Street, and running back to Savannah Rive
bounded North by Bay Street, Est bsy Loaver
worth Street, West by fraction of Lot No. 228:
an uTvuiisOn a credit until the first of Oct
er next, the purchasers to,give bond and goo
securities, and a Mortgage of the Lots to the 01
dinary, to secure the purchase money. Cost to I
paid in cash, and also to pay for titles extra.
JAS. EIDSON, s.5.D.
May 31, 185 9 5t e 21
NOTICE.--All persons indebted to the E~
Ntate of John Hamilton, dec'd., must pay tI
same by the 13th June next; and those having de
mands against said Estats will render them ii
legally attested, by the above date, or they will b
debarred, as we intend to make a final settlemets
of the said Estate on that day.
WV. M. A 0. HAMILTON, Adm'rs.
April 13 2m 14
F INALI SETTLEMENT.--On Thursda:
the 9th June, I intend making a final aettle
met on the Estate of James S. Coleman, dec'd
in the Ordinary's Ofie. Those indebted will pa
up Immediately ; and those having demands wi:
render them in properly attested by the above api
Me6d time. BENNETT PERR, Ad'ar
ary -- s 20
D RY GOODS!.
1.200 Dozen Linen Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS..................6 14
1,200 Dozen Linen TOWELS.............................. 6 14
r 5,500 Yards file French BRILLIANTS................. 12 1-2
-2,500 Yards fine French MUSLINS.............................. 12 1.2
9,550 Yards fine Merrimac CALICO............................. 12 1-2
5,250 Yards fine colored MUSLIN, warranted fast colors, or the money
will be returned.......................................... 6 14
7,500 Yards fine Madder CALICO .......................... 6 14
8,100 Yards fine White HOMESPUN.-.. ........;............6 14
0,175 Yards fine Brown Sea Island HOMESPUNS.................. 614
1,100 Yards heavy Linen CRASH...........................6 14
5,100 Yards fine English CA LICO................................ 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 ParisMEXICAtNA.......................... 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.................................. 8,
500 Dozen Damask NAPKINS....................... ........81 5(
- 100 Pieces Planters' Linen DRILLING................ ... 14
100 Pieces fine Planters' Linen DUCK........ ............... . 25
100 Dozen fine Eleven.Hoop SKIRTS....................... 81 00
GRAY & TURLEY,
UNDER THE UNITED STATES HOTEL, AUGUSTA,
and 116 Copess Street, Savannah.
May 11, 1859 tf 18
M. J. JONES, M. D.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &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 we
known stand, (recently occupied by him,) the undersigned can offer, with confidence, to hit
friends and the public, both of the city and country, his Stock, as being of that extent, va.
riety, and quality, entitling him to a liberal share of patronagA.
The additiops making, and those to be continued, will form a complete assortment In the
9 Wholesale and Retail Line, consisting of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PAINST, OILS, VARNISHES, DYE STUFFS,
rWINDOW AND OTHER GLASS,
DENTAL A ND 8U.R GI CA L INSTRUMElNTS, -
PERFUMERY &A FANCY ARTICLES.
ALL WARRANTED OF THE BEST AND PUREST QUALITY,
"AND OFFERED AT WHOLESALE .AND RETAIL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
The prsonal attention of the proprietor, with the aid of skillful and experienced assist
i ants, which has been procured,,euables him- to offer to Physicians and Families the oppor
7 tunity of obtaining Prescriptions according to order, prepared with the utdiost care, aud i.
2 which line he solices patronage.
He will also continue the. Practice of his Profession to such of his friends, and the public
as may favor him with calls, which may be made at the Drug Store during the day, and till 5
1o'cloek, P. M., and after that hout, at night, at his rooms, Urited States Hiotel..
Augusta. May 24, 1859 -- _ ___tf .__ __20_
NEW SPRING GOODS !ICLOTHING& HATS!
T1LE Subscribers are nosr receiving their new .....
unoelri iatNG STC fo 180 whc the are C L AY TO0N & KE N NA DY,
VERY LOW FIGLURES FOR CASH 1 DEALERS IN
, Knowing the CASH SYSTEM to be far the best
we intend to confinec ourselves as near as possible t
d to the Cash basis. We cordially invite all Cash U,
customers to call and examine our Stock before
Our GOODS has been bought principally for UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
r Cash, and selected with the GREATEST CARE
from first Class Houses In - 173 EROAD STREE T, AUGUSTA,Ga..
New York, llaltimore and Charleston. Would respectrully invite atten
So give us a call whether yott purchase or not. tion to their Large and well
JOur Stock comprises every article usually kept selected Stockc of Goods
in a Yillage Store, consisting in part of ades'
9 American and English PRINTS;
Scotch Plaid, American and French GING. Augusta. Mar 30 3m 12
BA REG ES and TISSUES of every style. TrIl
Bonnet RIBBONS of every hue and quality, &
DR ESS TRIMMINGS in great variety; ;HLSL DAESI
Ladies' Extension II00P SK [lRT.;
S Misses' " "fl "in
To the HOSIE RY, GLOVES and TRIMMINGS
generally we invite especial attention, as they
were purchased diirectly from Importers, and at Paints, Oils, Yarnishes,
e very low prices.
D TO THIE GENTLEMEN, nd w -ss
is We say waik in anod examine our Stock uf Gen-DETLADSRIL SRMET
ticenen and Boys GOODS, which were pur:Cash E RFR AC RILS
expressly for those who wish to buy low frCah
TO HOUSEKEEPERB- rozs LY~S oL
3 We wish to call your atte.ntion to our large and o31, odStAgsaGogi
,well selected stocks of ClitJCK EIY, GLASS and Arli y1
Queen's WARE.EY F R E C.
..We call the attention of the Farmers to our Stock
of A XES, HOES, C HISE LS, A UG URS, SCYT HEAGUTA.
TO ~T~A. A.~ DNA AND U R ICAL~ IN TUMENT
and well seectedFstMckof&SHOASYebrRTingES,
eryvaretyof tyl en qulit, wichwe oar 318l, a St., -Agusta,eri
BLDE r a nd to OCgiveTRACtiHAINSon. Wholele d ak n eti Dealersi
We~wish to call yourespe alnattention tolour larg
Wes hays a i'ili itnd complets .iiek df El R OCE. readsfhI~ii, it ni n ;
New Crop Iet india JLiM;~i Shoe Tanis, Doot anti $hee Matecrill of eter)
New Orleans SYR UP:.decitin;
SUGARS and COFFEE of every quality: Tanner's Tools, &c.
RICE. PEP'PERI, ALLSPICE, G IGR : pO'Orders promptly attended tn.
-SODA. ST ARCHl. SOA PS of every quality: Augusta. Jan. 18. 9me 2
SEt A RS andu TrOBACc() of various brands. -~- ---
ptf'Come in :indl price If you. do nost wish to fl li
buy, so that you can be well posted aa regards
d rc Hn ultUDSON & COGBURN.
N. B.--We have a few hundred. pounds of fine D'ANTI GNAC & H UB BAR D,
Tennessee SHOULDERS we will sell at 10 eta. Whl lond.RdtalDeale,-e'i
gto make room for a large lot of Bacon we are TEAS
pating to receive fronm Tennessee shortlj S UGA RS, C OFF EE,TEAS
MarO 9tt . 9 WINES, RIANDIE8,
it BAs~lopaiaRGGING,.BOPE, POWDER, SHOT, LEAD
it * 9-ru REGIMENT. s. C. M.1 GROCERIES ofEVEY DESCRIPTION.
Tnoxna's POXD, May 17,159 NO. 292 BR OAD-ST., AUG US TA, G A.
n ORDERSN0. - *Jyi
r; BY Virtue of' an order from Brig. Gon. W. C. Ja.1'f2
. MORIAGNE, an Election wIll be held on ga gg gg- mA.B g
, Saturday the 25th June next, stthe vairious Best
Company precints, In the Lower Ba.ttalinn, 9th - V
- Regiment, S. C. M., f..r MAJTOR of said Battalion, L U I .1IRY
d to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation - - - -
of t.Co. Cntv. J. W. TOMPKINS, MACHINE & GENERAL MANUFACTU'NG
Col. 9th Regiment, S. C. M. ,
May 25 5t 20 F OP
Head-Quarters, L. HOrKINiS ? COs, Proprietors,
e7TH EIET .C . AUG USTA, GA.,
-CRAVEs' CREGIENTa2, 18. .AVING the most extensive facilities with
e 3HE LOWER BATTALION will assemble at countr SHO TOOL nyd ATEN be he
Jnth ahroked Pnds oe Saprda the whdrect for all orders for Gold Mines, Mills, Gin Gearing,
.)un nex, ared ad eqippe asseea theladiet Steam Boats, Stave and Shingle Machines, Horse
The UPPER BA TTAL ION dilasml ttePowers, Sugar Mills, Cotton Presses, Thrashers,
Pine House on Saturday, the 11th of June next, Fans, Shaftjng, Pulleys, Cook, Parlor and Box
-armed and equipped as the law directs. Stovos, Tin Work. In fact, any article in Iron,
, The Commissioned and Non-CommIssIoned 001- Brass or Wood. Address
in- cers of each Battalion, will assemble the day pre- J. E. MACMURHY, Sua't.
., viou'4 for drill and instruenion-.nutArl1,89 y~ I
y Lieut. Col. LYnnAKO and Maj. SuAw are charged Auta Api 15.l .4
I with the extension of those orders. ALL -COTTON RAGS WANTED,-'fer
- By order of . CoL. SHAW. -_which cash wli be paid -
PLM.CZSA4JM'L . .B
May2 3 -2e NsesssA2,r.
E. PENN, Agent,
HAS justreceived and offers for sale, a most
'. BBAUTIPUL, LARGE AND DESIRABLE
Stock of Spring and Summer
1Is Goods have been selected with gra. care
In the New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Charleston Markets; and will be sold at prim
that will not fail to give entire atisatiol.
April 13 tf 14
T HE subseriber as just opened an entire NEW
STOCK of Goods at his Old Stand, (tA -rB"k
Btore,) which he invites all to call -and xamine
His stock embrices every. variety of
For Ladles' Wear !
Among them will be found Plain Black and Pan
Organdie and Jaconet MUSLINS, new ylesand
Byaders Double Skirt and Side Strip. 33.
English and American PRINTS
BRILLIANTES and GING 8;.
Plain, Swiss and Jaconet MUSLIN61
Plain Striped and-Ohecked NaInsook and Mal
Summer SHAWLS and MANTILLAS;
Jaconest and Swiss EDGING8, COLLARS and
Fine BONNETS-and BONNET RIBBONS;
BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS for Men, Boys,
Ladies and Misses.
Bleached and Unbleaehed SEIRTINGS and
PIDLOW CASE and SHEETINGS;
LENS and MARSEILLES for Mtn and Boy's
OSkABURGS, STRIPES and TICEING8.
IlIBII II RND I,
With every variety usually keptin aDry Goods
Please call and examine my Goods and
Prcbefore trading elsewhere.
B. 0. BRYAN.
Mar. 30. t 12
JUST IN SEASON.
W E desire to call the attention of the Ladies
t our LARGE STOCK OP BEAUTIPUL
Silks, Bareges, Tissues and
Just in time for the season. They are pretty and
she. But dont take our word for it, come and
see them. .
Several merchants of acknowledged tase have
pronounced them to be in qual utyeand pue,
mperloi to similar goods withia the
Iast few weeks.
Ladies, give us aoallbefore makingyour Spring
-mrehases. We can and will ofer you INDUCE
MENTS TO BUY.
p' JIMMIE will be pleased to show you the
any retty things we have left, whether yeu
my or not. BLAND & BUTLER.
April 20, 1859 tf 15
E Undersigned, avn formed a Partner
ship, would respectfull invite attention to
heir LARGE and VARIED Stock of
SPRING AND SliMMER GOODS,
Which they are now'receiving at the Store Room
ately occupied by Mcsars. BLAxN k Bmaz~n.
Their Stock emhraces a variety of
L.ADIES DRESS GOODS,
. A variety of Goods for
MEN AND BOYE WEAR.
A variety of Ladies and Misses
Heeled Gaiters, BD4otees and Slippers.
A variety of Men and Boys.
2EATO. AN: .S2OE8.
-'A lot of
CROCKERY, HARDWARE & JEWELRY.
All of which the tradinj public will do well to
examine before purchaing eleewbere.<
Thed have d engaged the services of Mr. Wmuen,
adtldotheir utmoso pseaevery utomer.
H. It. DEAN.
April 27 .' If 18
BAKER COIUNTY LANDS
FOR SA.LE ON'~ TIZMEI
T liE Subscriber offers for sale
EIGifT or TEN PLANTA
rLONS, improved and unimproved,
of the best quality, selected by him
self. These tracts contain from FiVE M UNDRED
to THIREE THIOUSAND A CRES in a body, and
ire among the very best hodlies of land In Baker
Reference-Capt. Roht. Merrlwether, Col. Jar.
C. Brooks, Mr. Allen B. Addison, and Dr. 3. W.
-tokes, Pribident of Bank of Hamburg.
gg Col. W. WV. Cuaavan will show the above
Lands in my absence.
My address is Columbus, Ga. .
May 17 _ 8. IS
PLANTATIONS & NEGROES
For Sale in Soutih-Westera Georgia.
T lE .following described property
has been pted in my hands for
sale, by one of the most succesuful
Cotton Planters In South-Western
aeorgia, who desires a ehapge d residence and
Three open and highly improved PLANTA
HIONS, situated In the heart of the "Lime Bolt,"
'onvenient to Railroad :
One containing 3,500 Aeres;
One containing 1,750 Aeres; and
One containing 1,260 Acres;
Together with all of the Stock complete, Plan:
log Utensils, and an abundant supply of Provisions.
Also, seventy experienced, and A No. 1, Cotton
making NEtIROES, the most of whom are wenk.
ing hands, will be sold with the Plantations if de
sired, but not separately.
Terms, as follows, cnhe made: A small amount
if cash, and the balance in instalments of one,
two, three and four ye.arsr eell scoured with inter
est payable annually.
Persons-wishing to soe the pr party, will please
cotify' me a few days befora vbaing the country,
that! Iumy be at home en their arri%'al.
Per further particulars address ine at "Bonds
lills,", laker cousty, Geohrgia, xuv
Ma1Iy 11, 1II lui la
*' Freight as Cheap a the Cheapest."
H1~E Excel Line having been thoroughly organi
1Ised on the 29th Ajpril, P. L. Wade, appointed
President, T. H. Johnson, Seetotary, JLobnsob1
Agent, at Savannah, .and IL. - Russell, Agent at
Augusta ; the Steamer FEel will in faturs tun in
connection with New York, Philadelphia, and Bal
dmtoro Steamships at Mevannitt ahd Georgia Rail
Road at Augnsta, leaving Saviannah on Saturday
geoning, and Augusta on Werineaday Morning.
All Goods for Northern ad garopean markets and
'he Interior, should he addressed to careof Agents
8xcel Line at Savannah and Aegusta.. Porward.'
With mos prfoely aeualnted wIth the foes.
warding and shipping busness, it is needless to as
lure the public that promptnese will charaeterse
all operations of thism
. H. P. RUSSELL, Ag't Augusta.
I. N. SINGER & COS..
S.E W NG M ACIN@E S
THlE SEWING OP THSSE)
PROM THE FINEST MUSLIN8 TO A
N0 dIagram Is requited to prove that'@be. M..
N hines make the very best stitch over devised
by uccedunivraland are warranted for
Thyan be om fIn operation at the Millinery
Shop of Mrs. McNEIL, Inthis Vila.
These Machines will be sold at tesmprc
here as at any of the Agencuies, or at the prnipal
Establishment In Now York, the'f ih only
-Mr.~ GEl). 8. McNEIL, an expesiented Ma.
hinist, will attend to settink up and giving ian-,
trutons ion all Maehanes aspd
*Maehin. Needles, SIlk, TlI~he waysc
nmat eV~ia hm 4'
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