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DRE SS S0008,
WIJJANM SHEA R,
HAS ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Lidies' Dress Goods,
Inar variefy of styles, which he will sell at
y reduced, and very low price. The public
are respectfully invited to eaamine the assortment.
June 7 If -22
REMARKABLY LOW PRICESI
reISi=e :11Ne1w York a large and va.
Which he wilsell at remarkably low prices. Alsea
a - supply of Rich Velvet, English Brussels, Three
Of beautiful styles, at prices which will make it
the interest of purchasers tobuy here, rather than
in New York, and to purchase now, rather than to
wait until next Fall. The public are respectfully
invited to examine the assortment.
Augusta, June 7 tf 22
Goods at Cost and Auction I
Sview of making room for our all Purchases
on and after the FIRST of JUNE NEXT, we
offer our entire Stock of
Dry Goods, Hats and Shoes, at Cost.
Our 8toek of Dry Goods embraces the latest style
FANCY BILKS, TIS SUE, CHALLIES,
BERAGES, M U S L I NS, BRIL
LIANTS, and GINGHA MS,
in white and plain flounced and Double SKIRTS.
On the first Saturday in June we will commence
to AUCTION Goods at 10 o'clock, A. M., and con
lina. until 3 o'clock, P. M., and continue each Sat
urtlay-afterwards, until further notice.
We would especially invite the attention of the
ladies to this notice, as there is a chance for them
to get some-rich and beautiful goods at a low price.
! Tams-Credit until the first of January
1860. APPLETON & R. M. PERRYMAN.
Nbw Market, S. C., May 23, 1859 4t 21
. ILDEBRAND & GIBSON,
S .A.TISTS 1I
RE SPECTFULLY announce to the citizens of
this vicinity, that they have taken ROOMS
at the PLANTERS' HOTEL; and are prepared
to take Ambrotypes, Melainotypes, and
Copy Likenesses in the best and latest styles,
at prices to suit the times.
-Determined to give every one a chance to see
themselyas in miniature, they have reduced their
prices to the lowest possible figure.
They will tAke likenesses in neat cases, at $1,00
and upwards, according to the finish of the case.
All work warranted to give satisfaction or no
We would suggest to those who wish likenesses,
to wear dark colored or black dresses, as the pic
lures thus taken, will be in every way superior to
those taken in light colored dresses..
Come one--come all, and look at yourselves in
one of our Ambrotype.
HIILDEBRAND & GIBSON.
Wilnstructons given in the ArPon reasons
May 25 - if 20
1859 Spring and Summer Styles. 1859
Masonic Hall Building,
244 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
* fEO. W. FERRY has now in store the
~lret and best assortment of SPRING Axe
* UMMERGOODS in his line, tobe found inthis
market. Consisting of
Be'ebe A Co., and Trade Style Moleskin HATS;
Black and Fancy Colored Cassimere "
American and French Felt Hats of every variety
- of Stylo and Color;
White, Black, Brown and Silver Leghorn HATS;
44 " " " Sewed Straw "
Panama and Palm Leaf HATS;
Toutli's and Children's Fancy HATS,greatvariety;
Ladles' 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 TURBANS and HATS-new styles;*
UMBRELLAS of all varieties-very cheap;
-This stock for variety and beauty of styles, is
unequalled ini this market, and the prices cannot
but be satisfactory. pe Call and See.
Augusta, March 22, if 11
The Southera Field and Fireside,
* A Weekly Literary and Agricultural Paper,
PURLISEUD INS AUGUSTA, GIonGIA.
I Nquarto form of eight pages, folio sise-each
issuei to contain forty columns of matter. It is
published on good paper, and, in mechanical exe
eution, is in the best style of the typographical
- art. In utility, It is all that the best agricultural
science and- practical knowledge of the South can
furnish. A weekly visitor to the homes of Southern
planters and farmers, it will be more useful and
acceptable to them than any monthly journal of
In menta attractions, it is all that a spirit of,
enterprise on my part, and a laudable emulation
on the part of pthers, can evoke from Southern
Intellect and cultivation.
The Agricltural Editor is Dr. DANrsr. Las, the
distnished Professor of Agriculture in the Uni
verst of Georgia-editor for many years past of
the Southern Cultivator, and a leading contrbutor
to many Northern agricultural journals of the
The Literary Editor is Mr. W. W. Mmx, of
this city, an accomplished writer, of fine taste and
schularly attainments, who, having retired from
the active duties of the legal profession, spent
many years in Europe, and was for several years
the Paris Correspondent of the National Intelli
gencer, and Southern Literary Messenger.
-The Horticultural Editor is Mr. Wx. N. Wuzvx,
a skillful and experienced cultivator of fruits,
flowers, and vegetables-a writer of repute in these
departments, and author of that popular work,
U Gardening for the South."
'(saSoursaw FIar.D AxeD Fruasrs combines
-the useful and the agreeable. It furnishes the
Southern farmer infermation useful in every field
he cultivates, and thie Southern family choice lit.
erature, the offspring of Southern intellect, worthy
of welcome at every fireside. It is, in all respects,
a fist class paper-en a scale of expenditure
more liberal than has yet been attempted in the
South, and designed to rival in its merits the most
distinguished of the North.
-Tanxs.-.Cash.in advance, $2 00 a year.
Bills current in the State from which they are
sent, received at par.
- Postmasters are allowed fiteen per cent. on the
amount of subscriptions obtained by them.
On all subscriptions exceeding twenty, sent from
one oee, twenty-five per cent. Is allowed.
'Contributions solicited from the pens of South
A special appeal is made to the ladies of the
South for their patronage and good wishes.
This paper Is entirely silent onltis.
AUGesAr, GA., June 1859. 3t 22
STmL AJOTHER CERTIECATE.
EDGEFIELD, C. H.8S. C., MAi 28th 1859.
Car. R. L. Gav.-It affords me much
pleasure to recommend your Dn. MARTINS
GREAT REMERY to the Public: It is one of
best Remedies for Dysentery I have ever used in
-my family-having no unpieasant taste makes it
doubly valuable as a family medicine. No family
should be without a Bottle.
Hoping that your medicine may meet with the
auccess It merits, I remain
-Deputy Sherif E. D.
-June S d1 22.
BY Virtue of sundry Writs of Pieri Facias to
me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge.
. field C. U., on the Arst Monday and Tuesday in
.July next, the following pjroperty in the following
.JNsiah Sibley vs. Jonathan Werer; Win. Spirs
a-ad other Plaintiffs severally vs. the same,a Traci
et Lnd cntan tw hudredandsty Acres
-eamset a.Is esb.
-ma uE0% ~a
..am_ sme en
HORA, WISE &CO.9
(SUCCESSORS TO JAMES X. NEWBY & COMPANY.)
SUPERIOR READY MADE CLOTHING
1ME1%lT 4do BO'Yr8
. nder the United. States Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
HORA, WISE & CO.,
HAVE JUST OPENED THEIR STOCK OF
SPRING & SUMMER
CLO T HING!!
FOR MEN AND BOYS WEAR.
Persons wanting GOODS in their line can be shown one of the best assortments ever
offered in Augusta.
THEIR STOCK OF
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
HAS BEEN SELECTED WITH CARE, AND COMPRISES THE NEWEST AND BES2
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.
E hae th da sia nted Mr.3. L HoRA ith us a Business, and ha e
of Mr. 3. X. NEWBY his entire interest in the firm of J. M. NEWBY &0C., winl continue the
Clothing Bussiness in all its branches, at the same old stand, under the name and style
of HORA, WISE & CO., who will use the name of either firm in closing the business of the
old concern. J. I. HORA,
W. S. WISE
Augusta, Ga., June 8,1859 W. T. TIM ERMAN.
HAVING sold my entire interest in 'the firm of J. M. NEWBY & Co., to Messrs. HoRA,
WISE & Co., I cheerfully recommend the new firm to my friends, and solicit for them a con
tinuation of their patronage. J. M. 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.
SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK RETURNS !
The undersigned, already well known for his extensive stock of
TAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, and for his low prices,
would call the attention of the public to some of his many arti
les, which will be sold far under the standard prices, viz:
Fine Printed LAWNS at 8, 10, 12.j cents and up;
Fast Colored CALICOES at 6t, 8, 10 cents and up;
Real French Chintz Colored CALICOES at 12) cents;
4.4 French-CALICO at 25 ets;
4.4 French CALICO, for double Skirts, 25 cts ;
si LOH, at25cets;
Lawn RBES, at $1 .50 and up;
Gingham ROBES, at $2.50 and up;
Pineapple ROBES, at $8.50 and up ;.
Barege ROBES, at $4.00 and up;
liR1LLIANTS at 10, 12* cts. and up;
Linen HANDKERCHIEFS, at 5, 10, 12* ets, and up;
Linen BOSOMS at 20, 25 ets. and up ;
Marseilles BOSOMS at 25, 371 cts, and up ;
Linen Table CLOTH, at 50, 75, *1,00 and up;
Linen NAPKINS, at *1.25 per dozen and up ;
Linen DAMASK, at 35c. and up ;
Linen TOWELS, at 6te. and up;
Fringed TOWELS, at 124e. and up;
SHIIRTINGS and SHEETINGS, at (6te. and up ;
PANTALOON STUFFS, at 12+, 18*, 25c. and up ;
Brown Linen DUCK, at 121c. and up;
White Linen DUCK, at 25c. and up;
MARSEILLES, at 50, 62te. and up;
.EMBROIDERIES will be seen extremely low';
Real Emb'd COLLARS, at 15o. worth 50 and 60ec;
Real Emb'd HANDKERCHIEFS, at 15c. anid up ;
Real Einb'd BANDS, Double, at 20c. and up ;
Real Emb'd Edging and INSERTING, at 0ie. and up;
Real Emb'd Silk Mitts, at 25c. and up;
lReal 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., $1.00 and up.
Give mie a call and convince yoarselves.
3. K AU FF ER.
Augusta, Ga., June 1, 1850. if '21
GEORGIA SARSAPARILL.A COMPOUND,
Or Dennis' Alterative,
FOR PIURJPYiNG THE 3L003 AND DISREASES OP THE LIVER.
COMPOSITION.-It contains in addition to Sarsaparilla, the hydro-alcoholic extract os
Queen's Delight, White Ash, Grey Beard, or Fringe-tree Chionanthus, Tincture of May Apple
If th Live and Blood are kept in a healthy condition by the use of this, Compund Sar
naalia, it will prove a great preventive of sickness, and a great saving ofexpense ol
Fenuue Comuplaits.--For Females, it is excellent in diseases arising from general
Debility or a trpid state of the Liver, and isoccasioald a d a blomingd vio tothe crnm
peey.oIt checks morbific secretions-removes the cause of disease by cleansing the Blood o|
it impurities and acts as a tonic to the system.
For Clndreu.-This is the best medicine that can be given, especially to those In a
debilitated state of health, or troubled with worms. A few doses given to a chIld when It firsi
appars unwell has a powerful effect Inpntn disease. It causes'increased secretiot
and passage of the bile, purifies and invigorts tL system, and prevents the secumulatior
of worms, by keeping the child healthy. Its effect in preventing dieases of children makel
it a valuable 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 REMEDE
If food causes pain in the Stomach a dose taken immediately after meals, or as soon as Us
uneasy sensation is experienced, will relieve the pain and assist digestion. They are also at
important remedy for Females in complaints arising fromoolds.
Dr. Dennis' Stimulating Liniment,
O R, SOU T HE RN PAIN-K IL L ER,
FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS PAINF.UL INFLJAMMATORY SWELLINGS,
SPRAINS, SWELLED BRFAST, PAIN IN THE BACK OR A COLD
SENSATION IN THE BACK, SORE THROAT, TOOTHACHE, &c.
A MEDICINE MORE VALUABLE THAN GOLD To TUE FARERi
For Spasms, Cramp Colic, Spasmodic Cholera or Inflamna
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 getvarityc
diseases of a mild nature, as in Colds, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Pain in the Soach orfc
For HueMules, &c., this Tincture rarely fails to cure even the worst cases<
Coi.I Wods Bruss Cus Gall Sors &c., it penT infmmation, and cause
WAll abv.. r o salei this is bge Dim. A. G.&T.J.TEAGU
LEWIS. COVAR, .%BOULWARE,
WM. QUATTLEBU LEWISJONES,
JAMES SPANN I-3L. NICHOLAS,
. HARRISON, * ROBERT D. BRYAN,
WM. L. STEVENS, JACKSON COAR,
For Tax Collector.
STARLING TURNER, THEOPHILUS DEAN,
M. W. LYLES, CHARLES CARTER,
0. A. HORN, IHAS. .L MAY
JOHN 0. LOVELESS, T. . WHITA R,
J. P..ABNEY, . W. P. DURISOE,
D. L. TURNER. DAVID BODh,
E. H. YOUNONGLOOD,
Attorney at LaW & SolicItoriJAqity,
W ILL attend promptly to. a business placed
in his hands.
g Office at Edgeleld C..E.8.. C.
ane tt 1
W.M. 'T. RBLAD,
?ttorra? it Za1,
SOOIITO. :N EQUIT.
OnIc, IN vRa BR or r n Count Housn,
EDGEPIELD, S. C.
June1 6t 21
J. L. ADDISON,
Attorney at Law & Solicitor 1aEqulty,
EDGEJIELD C.H., . C.
aWW@3EN! a? SAW
Solitor in Eq-ity.
Orrron, in the one formerly occupied by W. W.
Edgeleld C. H., S.C., Dee. 22,1868.
TrHE undersigned have this day-formed a Part
.nrship for the PRACTICE 0 LAW AND
EQUITY, under the name and style of LAwnnUx
A Moon:. -
Mr. Moon: will regularly attend 'tie Courts at
Abbeville, and will promptly tranat.all business
left in our hands for that Distriot.
J. P. MOORE.
Edgeield C. H., Jan. 13. tf *2
.A C.A ItD,.
D RS. BLAND & HILL, will practice Med.
Jicine In its various branches In-this village
and vicinity. - ELBERT BLAND
L. WALTER HILtL
March 80,1859 tf 12
DRS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE,
BEG leave to Inform their friends that they have
associated themselves in the practice of Medi
cine in its different branches, as well as continue
their copartnership in the sale of Drugs, o.
One or both may always be found at their Store,
at any hour of the day or night. The patients of
oneiwll be the patients of both. and will be at
tended by either or both without additional Charge.
A. G. T.EAGUE,
T. 3. TEAGUE.
April 19th, 1859Ut 15
D R. H. PARKER, can generallym
be found at the Offce formerlym
ocupied by G. D. Tillmnan, Esq., and"-.
will be sure to be there during Sale-day week.
DYE STUFFS, PERFUMERY1 &C.,
ting to airL
received a lag aco..~ ofPZEn RESU
To their already extensive Stock, embracing the
most valuableIVEGETABLE EETRACTS, as well
as the Drug in its erude state.
All Tinctures, Essences, Powders,
Prepared with care and in strict accordance with
the best and latest Pharmacmpias.
InStruments, Surgical and Dental,
HOSPITAL AND CHAIR CUSHIONS,
HOT WATER BAGS, Ac.
BRACES AND TRUSSES
Of various patterns, common and very fine.
IHYSICIANS' OFFICE FURNITURE.
Glass Specie Jars;
Tinco. Stands, all sizes;
Medical Saddle Bags;
Pocket Medicine Cases;.
Funnels, every kind;
Graduate Measures ;
ScBales and Weights;
Mortars, every kind;
Spatulars, Pill Tyles, Ac., Ac.
All of the most Reput8ble NostrumS.
Strengthening Plasters, Pain Extractors, Eradica
tori and Alleviators.
PAINTS, OILS AND.VARNISHES, .
A full and complete stock.
WINDOW AND COACH GLASS,
Various slsms and cut to any sise and shape desired.
1,000 POUNDS PUTTTi,
Fresh from the manufactury.
A well selected and varied assortmentof the BEST
PERFUMERY, embracing Lubin's Genuine, and
Wright A Edrehi's deservedly popularlHandker
chief Extracts-Musk, superfine Grain and.Ex
tract-Otto of Rose-Cologne, Ac.
Pomatums a great variety;.
-Hair Oils, Drossersa;
Restorative', Dyes and Dipilsatories;
Cosmetics, Soaps, and a great variety of articles
A somplete assortment of Clary Extracts, to
gther wth a large supply of AlicPepper,
Gingerr Nutmeg, Mace, Cloves, Tumerc Ac.
(Co te's Turpentine, White, Casteel and Toilet
8Caseel SOAP, white and common.
A splendid assortment of Hair, Tooth, Nail,
and Shoe BRUSH158;
CMBS, a.fine and varied collection.
Embraing Common, Pine and .8uperfin Note,
Ca and Letter PAPER;
Envelopes, Steel Pens and Pencils;
INES, a large stock ef the very BEST-superi
Iolin ad gGuitar STRINGS;*
Water Colored PAINTS in boxes;
SHOE 0 II NG a sendid article.
Fine Liqours for-Medicinal UeS.
A supply on hand of Pine BRANSY, WINES,
GIN, and some pure unadulterated WHISEBY,
six years old, for Medicinal purpose.
TOBACCO, SEGARS,-SNUFF, &o
Having been nnterruptedly engaged in the
Drg busines's, In tis place, for 10 yeae, with
their experience in the practice of Medicinea In
this limate for near 25 years, they have necessa
-rily learned the wants of this section. And hav
ing made the acggaintance and obtained the conS
dene of the most reliable Importin Drng Houses,
Ithey buy from Airst bands; and. sir 8took has
been carefully selected and bought by ons of th'e
firm, who has jnst returned from thebeat Northeirn
markets, with reference to the purity of the article
in preference to the price.
And they are happy to say, that they can supply
Physicians, Merohants and Planters and all others
w~ith GENUINE DRUGS, MEDICINES, Ac.,
on agod terms as they can be suppied in any
other Southern market..
A. G. & T. J1. TEAGUE.
Edgefeld, S. C., May 18 tf 19~
LReward of $50 will be given~ for the acre
hension and lodgment in the Jail of ge
elad, of my boy LEONARD, lately perchased from
8JamesWell,reiding on Horn's Creek. Said Leon
ardis aotfve feet 11inches hi h, rather alender,
et algtoU e eet ebe
SPRINT AND SUMMER,
MILLER & WARREN,
OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL,
return ouT thanks to our friends generally
for their liberal patronage, and respectfully
solicit a continuance. We have received an unu
sual large supply of Fpring and Summer GOODS,
comprising an endlest variety of new and hand
some DRESS GOODS, which wo will take great
pleasure in exhibiting to our friends and custo
mers. All we ask is for them to give us a call,
and we will show them something in the way of
-Ic Silk and Grenadine ROBES A'LES;
Grenadine ROBES A' 2 JUPES:
Organdle and Jaconet ROBES PRINCESSE;
English and D'AngletereBAREGES,newstyles;
PINE APPLE CLOTH, a new article;
Solid Color Bayadere BAREGES;
Plain and Fancy Colored SILKS:
Black Rips and Bayadcro 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;
Val-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' PLAIDS and STRIPES;
Schley's Negro PLAINS, and wool filling;
Together with every article usually kept in our
Augusta, April 5, 1859 3m 13
NEW SPRING GOODS !
r1E Subscribers are now receiving their new
A SPRING STOCK for 1859, which they at
)fferlng at -
VERY LOW FIGURES FOR CASH!
[nowing the CASH SYSTEM to be far the best
we intend to confine ourselves as near as possible
o the Cash basis. We cordially invite all Cash
ustomers to call and examine our Stock before
Our GOODS has been bought principally for
'ash, and selected with the GREATEST CARE
rom first Class Houses in
New York, Baltimore aid Charleston.
io give us a call whether you purchase or not.
Our Stook.comprises every article usually kept
n a Village Store, consisting in part of Ladies'
)RESS GOODS of every style and quality;.
American and English PRINTS;
Scotch Plaid, American and French GING
BAREGES and TISSUES of every style;
Bonnet RIBBONS of every hue and quality;
DRESS TRIMMINGS in great variety;
Ladies' Extension HOOP SKIRTS;
Misses' " " "
To the HOSIERY, GLOVES and TRIMMINGS
;enrally we invite especial attention, as they
were purchased directly. from Importers, and at
rry low prices.
TO THE GENTLEMEN,
We say walk in and examine our Stock of Gen
lemen and Boys GOODS, which were purchased
ixpressly for those who wish to buy low for Cash.
We wish to call your attention to our large and
rll selected stocks of CROCKERY, GLASS and
7e call the attention of the Farmers to our Stock
f AXES, HOES, CHISELS, AUGURS, SCYT HE
LADES and STOCKS, TRACE CHAINS, &.
TO ONE ANI) ALL.
7e wish to call your special attention to our large
nd well selected stock of SHOES, embracing ev-.
ry variety of style and quality, which we war
ant to give satisfaction.
We have a full and complete Stock of G ROCE
LIES, consisting in part of
New Crop West India MOLASSES;
New Orleans SYRUP ;
SUGARS and COFFEE of every quality ;
RICE, PEEPER, ALLSPICE, GINGER;
p'-Come in and price if you d6' uun wIu-4
y, so that you can be well posted as regards
~ri a a nalitv..- - - -- '
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
13 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, Ga.,
Would respectfully invite atten
tion to their Large and well
selected Stock of Goods
FGR MIEN A~ND B@S
Augusta, 'Mar 30 3m 12
SPEARS & RIGHT,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
DENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
PERFUIMERY & FANCY ARTICLES,
OProsiTE PLANTrxns' HOTEL,
Wo. 316, Broad St., Augusta, Georgia.
April 11 ly 14
ONLEY FORCE & Co.,
Wholesale and .lRetail Dealer. in
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags,
Hemlock and Oak Sole Leather;
French, American and German Calf Skins;
Lining, Binding and Top Skins;
Shoe Lasts, Shoe Pegs, Shoe Threads;
Shoe Tool., Boot and Shoe Materis of every
Tanner's Tool., he.
so-Orders promptly attended to.
Augusta, Jan. 18. 9m*~ 2
DANTIGNAC & HUBBARD,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
SUGARS, COFFEE, TEAS,
BAGGING, ROPE, POWDER, SHOT, LEAD
GROERIES ofEVERY DESCRIPTION.
. 98 BROAD-ST., AUGUST A, GA.
Jan.17. tf 2
MACHINE & GENERAL MANUFACTU'NG
L. DOPKINS & Coe, Proprietors,
HAING the most extensive facilitieb with
SHOP TOOLS and PA TT E RNS in the
county we are now ready and will be thankhal
for all oresfor Gold Mines, Mills, Gin Gearing,
Steam Boati,.Stave and Shingle Machines, Horse
Powers, Sugar Mills, Cotton Presses, Thrashers,
ans, Shafting, Ples, Cook, Parlor and Box
Stoves, Tin Work. Infact, any article in Iron,
Brass or Wood. Add res upt
Augusta, April 11,1859. 1y 14
AL COTTON RAGS WANTED, for
whih~as wil e S. E. BOWERS, Ag't.
Mambug, Yeb. 2, tf 4
8TFAM MILL NOTICE.
AFTER this date GRAIN may be grouzrd on
JR, ANY 'DAY at ur 1111.
s....s- L!.Mif X2
1,200 Dozen Linen Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS. .............6 14
1,200 Dozen Linen TOWELS..........................0 14
5,500 Yards fine French BRILLIANTS........................... 12 1-2
2,500 Yards fine French MUSLINS.............................. 12 1-2
9,550 Yards fine Merrimac CALICO............................. 12 1-2
3,250 Yards fine colored MUSLIN, warranted fast colors, or the money
will bereturned........................................... 6 14
7,500 Yards fine Madder CALICO.......................0 6 14.
9,100 Yards fine White HOMESPUN........... ............6 14
6,175 Yards fine Brown Sea Island HOMESPUNS.................. 6 14
1,100 Yards heavy Linen CRASH........... ............. 614
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
,150. Yards fine French Organdy and Jaconet MUSLIN............. 2!
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.................*................... 31
1,100 Toil de Paris MEXICANA........................... 37 1-2
1,200 Fine LAMARTEESE, new and beautiful Dress Goods......... 37
15 Pieces fine 12-4 Linen SHEETING......................... 75
75 Pieces fine Double Table DAMASK....................... 75
550 Pieces Fronting LINEN.................................. 87
500 Dozen Damask NAPKINS'.... .................... 1 50
100 Pieces Planters' Linen DRILLING................. 12 1.2
100 Pieces fne Planters' Linen DUCK.. ....................... ...25
100 Dozen fine Eleven-Hoop SKIRTS.......................... 81 00
GRAY & TURLEY,
UNDER THE UNITED STATES HOTEL, AUGUSTA,
ana. 115 Congress Street, Savannah.
May 11, 1859 tf 18
M. J. JONES, M. D,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
DRUGS, 1MEDICINES, &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 well
:nown stand, (recently occupied by him,) the undersigned can offer, with eonfidence, to his
rends and the public, both- of the city and country, is Stock, as being of that extent, va
iety, and quality, entitling him to a liberal share of patronage.
The additions making, and those to be continued, will form a complete assortment in the
ffholesale and Retail Line, consisting of
DTRUGS, MEDICINES, CHlEMICALS,
PAINST, OILS, VARNISHES, DYE STUFFS,
F LUID S,
WINDOW AND OTHER GLASS,.
DENTAL A N D 8S U R 0 I C A L INSTRUMENTS,
ERFUMERY & FANCY ARTICLES.
ALL WARRANTED OF THE BEST AND PUREST QUALITY,
he reonal ben~ poed enable him tofetoPsiasanFmlestoor
nnb~f Prescriptions according to order, prepared with the utmost care, an ai
H e wil als continue thePractice of his Profession to such of his friends, and the public,
e may favor him with calls, which may be made at the Drug Store during the day, and till 9
elock, P. M., and after that hour, at night, at his rooms, United States Hoteh .
iv J.. JO1%ES..
NEW CARPET STORE!
JAB. G. BAILIE & BROTHER.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
We beg to state to those who are in want of OiL CLOTHS, that we have now in,
stoi-e a beautiful assortment of these Goods in the best qualities
mianufactured, and that we are just receiving,
Sheets 12 feet OIL CLOTHS,,.in Slates, Flowers, &c.;
Sheets 18 " '' " Frescoes, Chintz, &c.;
Sheets 24 " " " Chintz, Drabs, Oaks, &c.
All of which we are offering at prices to compare favorably with any house North
or South. Also, a good variety of Patterns of
Cheap Oil Cloths.
MATTINGS ! MATTINGS5!
We are now receiving our Spring Stock of MATT~INGS, and are ready to offer
toe those in want of these Goods, a varied and extensive assortment in Red
Check, White and Striped, in 4-4, 5.4 and 6-4 widths.
A~susalwehave on hand a good assortment. We are just rciiga noc
of Croesley's Tapestry BRUSSELS, which will
hold out inducements on.
W haejust receie two adiinlivie fteeGoods, per steamer
Alabama, via Saivannah, which makes our stock comnplete. We can
now offer an assortment of Velvet Border, Geld Shades, and.
others, such as is seldom found in any Southern House.
Our Stock of RUGS, MATS, DRUGGETS and Table OIL CLOTHS, are varied
and extensive; Straw and Hair BROOMS; Picture TASSELS, and
Everything usually found in a Carpet Store.
07-To all of which we would respectfully call the attention of our Edgefield
friends and those residing in its vicinity.
City and Country Orders Prompitly attended to.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
BROAD STREET, 2nd DOOR ABOVE BANIK OF AUGUSUA.
JAMES G. BAILIE,
. 234 KING STREET, CHARLESTON,- S. C.
Augusta, April 12 tf 13
'A CAD.NOI !
UHE subscriber takes this method of returning TEUdrin
.his thanks to his friends for their liberal sup- .
portdurng the past year, and respectfully informsnocethte
them a FhbIo Gnraly that he still con
ways keep on hand a COMPLETE~ STOCK of cpe yM.Te.Sfy
everything in the Grocery line, to which he invitesTh lcsihadW elWgh
the attention of the trading public. His terms are
reasonable, as he Is convinced that "a nimble V1SE8
lso on hand, lag stoc of ' wok00era TgtoteSbvelneoNDsnes
8O8,fraTHOMAS KERNAGHA~fn otc.n nawrmniemne.
Hamburg, 5, C., Jan.5, 1859. 1y . -52 AIodr etwt r RS ~La h
10,000 ILbs. dBacon. i
AT LOW JIGURES, J0E CAsH.
HUMDSON & coGB~JN.
I lieS Uu N.li NOTICE I
Nil SN& sll Ul
E. PENN, Agent,
aS ut received and offers for sale, a Ion
WBEARUTIFUL, LARGE AND DESIRABLZ
8tock of Spring and'Sumer
. s Goods have Been selected with great ete
in the New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Charleston Markets; and will be sold at pris
that will not fail to give entire satisfaetion.
April 13 -tf 14
T HE subscriber has Just opened an entire NEW
STOCK of Goods at his Old Stand, (the Brick
,Stcre,) which he invites all to call and examine
His stock embraces every varlety of
For Lades' Wear I
Among them will be found Plain Black and Pan.
Organdie and Jaconet MUSLINS,nowstyles and
Byadore Double Skirt and Side Stripe BE.
English and American PRINTS;
BRILLIANTES and GINGHAMS;
Plain, Swiss and Jaconet MUSLINS;
Plain Striped and Checked ainsook and M3W
Summer SHAWLS and MANTILLAS;
Jaconet and Swiss EDGINGS, COLLARS and
Fine BONNETS and BONNET RIBBONS;
BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS for Men, Boys,
Ladies and Misses.
Bleached and Unbleached SIIRTINGS and
PILLOW CASE and SHEETINGS.;
LINENS and MARSEILLES for Men and Boy's
OSNABURGS, STRIPES and TICKINGS.
Withvery variety usuallykeptinaDry.Goods
W Please call and examine my Goods sad
Prices before tradig elsewhere.
B. C. BRYAN.
ar. 30. tf 12
JUST IN SEASON.
W E desire to call the attention of the Ladies
to our LARGE STOCK OF BEAUTIFUL
Silks, Bareges, Tissues and
Fust in time for the season. They are pretty and
iheap. But dout take our word for It, come ad
Several merchants of acknowledged utste have
ronounced them to be in quality, style ad price,
uperlor to similar goods purchsed within the
sat few weeks. -
Ladies, give us a call before making your Spring
mrehaes. We can and will offer you INDU0 -
liENTS TO BUY.
pe* JIMMIE will be pleaed to dhow yea the
nany pretty things we have left, whether you
rish to buy or not. BLN BUL.
- BLAND) & BUTL*R.
April 20, 186 9 tf 15
I.HE Undersigned, having formed a Partner.
Lship, would respectfull invite sttention to
heir LARGE and VARIED Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER 600D)5.
W~hich they are now receiving at the Store Room
ialy occupied by Messrs. BWIDa A Bummsa.
Their Stock eihbraccs a variety of
LADIES DRESS GOODS
*A variety of Goods for
MEN ANPJ BOYS WEAR.
A vafiety of Ladies and Misses
keeled Gaiters, Bdotees and Slippers.
A variety of Men ang Boys
T=L&kTS 2D 81=00||1.
iffitwhi- A lot of
Al rw1se1ar1|sug-punne wnrao-weu-w
miamine before purchasing elsewhere.
They have engaged the services orarr.r'wYta,
tud will do their utmost to please every customer.
H. R. DEAN.
April 27 . tf 16
25828 1PBT'ES I1
FIFTY THOUSAND 'I'ICKETS.
KIORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO
Whole Tickets $10, Halves $5, Q~tarters $2,50.
Por the benefit of the.
K1onticello Union Academy,
Auth orized by .Special Act of the Legislature.
EKINNEY & 00,, Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE. $60,000b
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN JUNE, 1859.
[R the City of Savannah, GeorgIa,
Class 22, to beDrawnJune 41859.
Class 23, tobe DrawnJune "
Class 24, to beDrawn June8,"
Class 25, to be Drawn June 25, "
Prize of $60,000Is... ...$0,0
L " 20,000is......2,0
I " 10,000is...... 0,0
" 6,000 i....... ,0
I " 4,000 I....... ,0
I " 3,000i....... 3,0
1 " 2,000is..... .2,0
I " 1,500I........ 1,0
I" 1, .......................10,100
10 " 1,06 ar................... ,0
-5 ries of 1000A'' o$090114~$0
10 " 100 " ,0 ' 40
8 " 800" "400 4
8 " 800" "300 8
80 " 160" 2,0 " 40
10 " 400" '160 2
400 " 209510 ,0
2re ................... ,000
r e ................... ... 7 50
Eneos te mne tar address......r....,....10,00
1in a fiur 5he ar esigt........... 0
Th riso f drawn number tand p0 ris .warl be
J8nel,80 - ly 000 1 64
8 f"lea ar8000r 48
ORrAGNE an Ecin will be eld te
Satuwgrdayte, 2hJue nes t he vriosk:ea
OReinGS CEETS- fo AOR CERTsaiCATESlo,
Etol the tnc o asied b r the stikets
by ratmai. Jer can haTiketS dn
in ay Agro t e ay degat .
' halsyo* ra' numer an3rss.ilb
E wrss oubedirctled tao DS3 Rr
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