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Brought to Jail
f thig District, two Negro Boys, WILLIAM
. and JIM.
WILLIA M is about 20 years of age, weighs 1.5
pounds, 5 feet 2 inches high, dark complexion, lihas
very bad teeth, says that he has been trained for
a house servant, and belongs to one Mrs. [Hayne,
JIM is about 23 years of age. 5 feet S inehos
high. weighs about 150 pounds, dark. cumplexion,
and is very intelligent, says that he belongs to one
Mr. D. A. Ambler, also of Charleston.
The owners of said Negroes, are requested to
come forward, prove property, pay charges, and
take them away, ortherwise they will be dealt with
according to Law.
T. 11. CLARK, Jailor.
August 31, 1859 tf 3
Land for Sale.
will offer for sale at public outcry, on 'Buesday
the 1Sth day of October, at eleven o'clock, A.
M., at my place near the Cherokee Ponds, a small
Tract of Land containing 213 Acres, more or
les. adjoining Lands of N. K. Butler. Estate of
Mrs. Mary Hightower. Wim. Howard, and others.
Also at the same time and place, a lot of Hogs,
Wagon, Furniture and Farming Implements, Corn
and-Fodder, &c., &.
W. M. JOSEPH.
Aug. 31, 1859 St' 34
Land for Sale,
wish to sell my tract of Land, containing One
Hundred and Fifty Acres; one half
cleared and in cultivation, the other half well tim
bered, with good substantial Buildings, and the
cler.red land under good fencing. Any person
wishing such a tract of Land. can be accoiamnotla
ted by applying to the subscriber. The Land ioins
the Land of Thomas Payne, Williamson Williams.
and others. ROLEN RHODTS.
Aug. 31, 1S59 t11 .
LOUR--A lot of.superfine NEV FLOl'R.
from Richardson's and Dr. Andrcws, just
ground, and fur sale at S- per sack, cash.
E. PENN, Ag't.
August 31, 1859 tf 31
ENNESSEE CANVASSED HAMS.
TWe have on hand a few hundred pounds of
fine Canvassed HAMS, which we will close out at
low figures for cash. HUDSON & COGBURN.
Aug. 31, 1859 tf 34:
OTICE is hereby given, that application will
N be made at the next session of the Legisla
ture, for a charter to incorporate Horn's Creek
Aug. 31, 1859 tf 34
US T received a large lot of C i 0 1 C E T 0
B A C C 0, direct from the Factory of Col.
Peter Penn, of Virginia, comprising the following
NO. I, and
A. FIwsE LOT OF SEGARS
For sale by . . . . PENN.
Aug 24 tf 0
Prunes, Figs, Currants, Raisins.
UST received a FRESI! supply of Cil0ICE
FIGS, RAISINS, PRUNES, CUR
RANTS, CITRON, &c.
For sale cheap by D. R. DURISOE.
.ug 2.1 tf
Nuts! Nuts 1 Nuts!
ARD nd Soft-Sielled ALMONDS:
H English WALNUTS:
PECAN andl RELAZIL NUTS.
For sale by D. R. DURISOE.
Pickling vinegar, Spices, &c.
A FULL assortuent now on haul. Scnd on
A your ordiers and -they shall be filled prompt
ly and at cheap prices.
Aug 24 tf
" The old Business."
ALL persons indebted to the late irm of Wmt
A Hl. Harrison, Agent, are earnestly reiuttotC
tu call'on mue at the Arlrisr Office za'l settle thn
same. I am anxious tu close up that beatines..
D. R. DI')E.
Aug 24 t f
Trn REGJIMENT, S. C. M-.
CRAveS' Ct:tK, Agust "2' IC- .
ACOURtT MARTIAL will convene at the 01
A Welis on F'riday the 9th day 'f set-h
next, for the trial of all Defaulters mt Militia an.
Patrol duty. The Court will conaist of the fo!
Col. LrannMit1, Presidenit.
Capts. Blryan, Williamns, Harris. Petnn.
Lieuts. Davis, Miller. Greg:. Packatrd. Covar.
J. C. McDosot.n, Judge Advocate.
By order of Col. S IIA -
Light for Everybody !
TOW in Store alarge supply of KEROSENE
N .OIL, and arr-ngemet-sdo nu o e
LA MPS of various and -beautiful styles.
WSold exclusively for CASH.
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE.
May 18 tf 19
1. 31. SINGER & CO'S.
TILE SEWING OF THESE
CA.NOT BE EXCELLW,
FROM THE FINEST MUSLINS TO A
N0 diagram is required to prove that these Ma
Nehines make the very best stitch ever devised.
by hutnan ingenuity.
They succeed universally, and are warranted for
one year or more, if desired.
They can be seen in operation at the Millinery
Shop of Mrs. McNEIL. in this Village.
These Machines will be sold at the same price
here as at any of the Agencies, or at the principal
Establishment in New York, the freight only
Mr. GEO. S. McNEIL, an experienced Ma
hinist, will attend to setting up and giving in
structions on all Machines sold.
LEWIS JONES, Agent.
Machine Needles, Silk, Thread, &c., always on
hand at the Milliner Shop.
Edgefield C. H., April 13 tf 14
State of South Carolina,
15 ('0JIMO PLEA.S.
S. S. BlOYCE, )
AMON FARRIOW. j
Tff 'IE Plaintiff in the above stated ease, having
.this daty filel his Declaration in myv Omie, andi
the Defendant having neither wife nor Attorney
known to reside within the limits ojf this State.
on whom copies of saidl Deelaration with rule to
plead can lhe serve'd. On mtotiun of Mlessrs. Ma
grath & Wright, P'lain titi's Attorneys, ordecred.
That said Defendant appear and pleatd to satid De
claration withini a year and a dity froma the dhit<
hereof, or finail and. absolute judgment will be
given against him.
THOMAS G. hACON, c.c.i:.i'.
March 3rd, 159. ly 17
State of South Carolina,
IN COMXl0O PLEAS. *
E. HI. Chamberlain, ~ Aolaat
vs. F- oreigna chet
John C. Thomas. .
T 'IrE Plainitiff. in the abmuo stated ease. hatving'
.ihiis day filedl his Deehninrsiion in. my "fle. an
the DefeniL'mt h~aving neither wrife tnor A ttornt-.
known ts. reside within the limits of this isnoe, or
whom copies of said dleelarat'on with rules to' plat-i
cano in served: oinimotieon of Messrs. Cusrr''dl &
Itteon, Plaintitf's At tornmey, ordered. That sail Die.
f nlant appear and plea'd to said Deeliraitions wahi
in a yeatr nnd i day front the dlate hereof, or liz:at
and absolute judgment will be giveni against hunti.
TJIis. C. ]3A CON. c. c. in.
Clerk's omie., Sept. 27, 1858, ly :t'
State of South Carolina,
LX ('OMMlOX P'LE;tN.
W. C. flEWIl,ET. )
rA. 'IoreignM Altth-i. :t.
W. it. JIUDSON..)
T if E Plaintiff ini the above stated ense. having
thtis dayv tiled his Declarationi ini my ileej.-,
und the Diefendant hatving nmeithenr wife. no'r Ater
ey known to reside writhini the limits of1 thtis State.
.:whom copies of said De'larationi with rules t.
p )end' enni be served. On motion of Messrs. Ma
gathi & Wyright. Plaintiff's Attormeys, -ir!eredI.
ht saidl Defendant appear and pleadl to subd lie.
elration within a year and a day from the 'iti
hereof, or final and absolute judlgment will be giv
en against him.
THOMAS 0. PACON, e.c.ketn.
HE undersigied have folrned a Cpartnership
T.as Wholesale and Retail Dealers in DOMES
.IC .]IARDWARE, STOVES. GILATES and
R.ANGES. HOUSE FURNISlfNG G 00 DS,
Brass, Copper, Zinc, Tin Plated WARE, Tinuers'
.OOLS, &e., &c.
They hope. by strict personal attention to busti
ress, to merit and to receive a share of the pat
ronage of the public geterally.
E. J. BUCKMASTER,
. 1WM. 4,.. 14ERR.1Y,
Nil. 151 Broad street,
one dnor below 3ncatie's Rank.
Augusta, Aug. 24, 1S593 tf 33
I0flUKfIASERi & BIEIDRY,
NO. 151 RROAD STREET,
ONE DOOR BELOW THE MECIIANiC'S MIK,
At the well known Stand so long ocenpied by thu
late Mr. B. F. Cncw.
. . TN WARE, AND
HOUSE KEEPING ARTICLES,
Stoves, Grates and Ranges,
TINNERS' MACHINES AND TOOLS,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
flydrants, Pamps, Block Tin,
LEAD. COPPER. AM) GALVANIZED
Plated and Planished Ware!
Our stock of COOKTNG STOVES is very com.
plete, embracing all the popular Styles
now in use. and representing no
lss than 181 difTerent
Manufactured in Augusta, and the Celebrated
Augusta, Aug. 24, 1859 8f S3
IT is conpounidel entirely frolm Guens, and
has becomo an established fict, a Standard Medicine,
known and appornved byi * is
now resorted to withcon- - 1tidence in all thediseases
for whth.i it is recon-- mended.
It hns enired fltusanIs within tie last two years
who lad given up all he- of relief, as ih( n
mnerins unsolicited cer-; tittc:tes il mll)- Imosssl
JIsow. - 'l't senstbcasap
ted to the temperament , i~f lie iudlvldmil :aking
it -nd i'ned in such quan- %. titiesns toact gently onl
th'e flowelo. o ur
judqgemll ill gnilde yOu inl tl m o wL V~
m v:it; it will mire l.vAr
r',uis~~~~ I:mn I~tu..- t nuk: D i-spe'is4l
Chlrote DiarrhuOm. 1% iit i e r C t) ill -
pt1inits. Dy-wnitery. Dr1lops * S 0 itr
-4tumachk flabititalC ol
ie. (,hlera. (lole- ra riorius, Vhotcra
fnfantun. Flati- licm.' v Jim 21 (1! cc
Femasle Weaknes.u- e-ia may be tsi'd sic
ees,rully as an OrditnFa- rt
cime. It will eure %ICK 1 1 AD AC H N, (:
ito -usitandal can tefsti ' n.
-%wo or three Ten-- spomiftla are tak
ei at comtimencement of. atlnc'.
All who hpsc it are -iviui theirtebtiony
in its fh htir.
MIX AVATER IN THlE DIOUTI! WITH
ih INopeI(flATOe,, AND SheALLOW
Price' Ozh Dodoner pms bottle.
S A'NF 14"O D'S
IF A the n 1k
-tom -oitri ntn to n
Pure Vegabic Etruictm use of 1h LI Ill
ALASS CASES, Air Th-Mlil itt ll kcj) Wn
z~'ss' l:,i~* lsuni m r tonr
'sis asbm s' etst'' : r c'sit ans. Ch-~'
Isali" u' 'a lif~'~; ra p ori's. , ciolr
sit-wsi di'' etie, s cs .;,h~ andl m'4as bes' us s'le
I''~'n"r' jisi'~'s z'' ''t3 n,' y int . i fi
*~~ ~ spoonns.' arIe tak
* ~ ~ %VIi~li t~s~. . ivesigtei.r ! testiony
in iss' favor.u'i .:, r' 'jt a
'scmsslXl WA TER IN H MOUT WITe!I
r iec One1 Dollar' pe Diwso"ttl.~
('A T 'H R T ''~ s I O P ILS
it itaSi AES A"ir Til nd wit ee in.
eeCais ar:,s ti . wh.:.lch s I hhret
'uri-snet n ifereJxnt V~..r sA Fa 'xt (
u. ith dulrfrec tJ
*.. lO-rEICt.:BErt 15h,18
COMP-.asETITI-N ''U ,- T AL
AT,:. [*Tinii [.i( AnD ,..xijsOS" ~ 'tliO i
l'-tie iestP seinoish r.Mcbiii n
ther wsrei o t' Inm7. r n-- frC ttn ie
u..ar, oacco, Csrn- et y. htPtt
ssain 0- sshi A rlur l rdut
Teh e Iahde. tdo whmteInttt-i omc
Pterei sn.,: be:roednt 'teLumnite ts
11:.w'sr.e.l to' leth l bes spcm n n eeydput
ALL AiTICTJS ent re ritor l'rcniu1t -d int
i~ese~tinot o l~i~reFRIIY ient lven l su.
ol'Novmbe net, iretwi to' the r.-e o-f MJ.
'rllt~M~s AL ER. iCl r ften Southe shie.
iO~y s~ut in atots Jo'les i s l suitabli.b- freul.
licaton. E cr~' tte :ii ':wU e p iir. it all tr
[E uslcsiirne haeod :d are rin rshi
~s~ssl theom::.-iu. ig Distip t
Ot'm~t ineinnI.::1 ' Jiaug,
5.' - . (ude1R l.whFel,
Mi. nC ]r. e ,IIn
H IlI.Atw.-iVFe-.-AotiEiAN DEIoAL
-t~ss.5 thisinrii ertidemunt.
istn e w.-c 's -irovniiarllpiis no timity n-d
t'n~:-l' illts :-:..nl byl lots~s at. la -nrn!!y.am
sd . wh,!e i e bs the Toie en tl ire Slurt:e tiws.
Ap.i T.' . cFtI'..M 1 4
The ~~Tianfn eturer nd Proirh-e,
335ui Boroadway.a 01' York.
Aug. S4. 1.r0 l ysuh
.r~'l'SOUTHIs ~ss. fA E CAROLINA N
CI-C.NDE S O MuWN.,
J-0EMBE 1th 185 2
For the benefit of the
Monticello Union Academy,
OF JASPEf COUSTY. GEORGIA,
-Authori.-ed by Special Act of thc* Legilature.
25828 "PRIZES. 1
MORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO
M'KINNET & C0,, Managers,
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,000.
TICKETS ONLY .10.
Halves, Quarters and Eighths in proportion.
TO UE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN SEPTEMBER. 1859.
In the City c1 Savannah, Georgia,
Class 35, to ba Drawn Sept. 3, 1859.
Class 36, to be Drawn Sept. 10, "
Class 37, to be Drawn Sept. 17, "
Class 3, to be Drawn Sept. 24, "
MA GNIFICENT SCItEME.
1 Prize of $60,000 is.............................$60,000
i t 20,000 is............................. 20,000
1 " 10,000 is............................. 10,000
1 " 5,000 is................ 5,000
1 ' 4,000 is............................ 4,000
..000 18............................. 3,000
1 " 2,000 is............................. 2,000
1 " 1,500 is............................. 1,500
1 " 1,100 is....................... 1,100
5 Prizes of 1,000 are ..............5,000
10 " 500 are ..............5000
2 " 400 are ..................800
2 I 300 are ................600
2 " 200 irc ................400
0 150 tare........................... 7500
100 " 3 are.......................... 10,000
100 ar ........................... 9,500
100 " 85 are............... 8,500
4 Prizes of $200 Ap'x'g to $60,000 Prize are $800
4 " 150 " " 20,000 " 600
4 ( 125 " " 10,000 t 500
4 " 100 " " 5,000 " 400
8 " 80 " " 4,000 " 640
8 " 60 " " 3,000 " 480
8 " 50 " " 2,000 " 400
8 " 40 " " 1,500 " 320
400 " 20 " " 100 " 8,000
25,000 8 . 200,000
25,828 Prizes amounting to....................$300,040
CERTIFICATE OF PACKAGES will be sold at the
following rates, which is the risk:
Cortificate of Packages of 10 Whole Tickets, $60
" 10 Half " 30
" i 10 Quarter " 15
" 4 10 Eighth " 7.50
ORDERING TICKETS OR CERTIFICATES,
Enclose the money to our address for the tickets
ordered, on receipt of which they will bo forwarded
by first nail. Purchasers can have tickets ending
in any figure they may designate.
The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be
sent, to purcbsers immediately after the drawing.
NoTCE -ro Coait:stroxz-ENTS.-Those who pre
fr nut sending money by mail, can use
T11E EXPRESS COMPANIES,
whereby money for Tickets, in sums of Ten Dol
lars and upwaards. can be sent us
AT OUR RISK AND EXPENSE,
frIon any city or town where there is an Express
Oice. The money and order must be enclosed in a
Gorcrnment Post Ojice Stampcd Encelope,
or the Express Companics cannot receive them.
All communications strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates, by Mail or
Express, to be directed to
McKINNEY & CO.,
Aug. 24, 1859 ly 33
Ps B. GLASS,
(S U C C ESS T 0 It. It. L. BItYA!N,)
DA9K-8rLUI. 111 (1THQ~j II,0
15 Richardlson St--three doors above the Market,
COL UT.Ti fr IA., S- C
FjAS fotr s.le ia LARGE ASSORTMENT of
L aw, 31 edicalI, Theological, School
Land Mi:cellancous BooIks,-Fancy Goods,
Ihe:ajp Publietionas aind Bhm~k Books of every
ST\TTlNERY, Foreign anud Domestie, of every
vdity and q1uality.
OIL I'A1NTIN'GS. ENcIRAVINGS:
LIill iA P115.,c.
A l'.T 151T MATERI iI.5S
M USICA l 1NST RUNIENTS, &c.;
P.ANK( ROIIKS ma~nufamctuared to any pattern.
mmnd I1L.\N I WORK of every description pre
.eWhl-sale Punrchmasers supplied and a'll or
de -lmspomptiy attende~d toa at the lou-cat Cal., pri
L ,'mabi~i l.\n S tm 31
Grover & Baker's
[ dleeldedily better for Fanmuly usc than any man
ufactured. One rer desirable feature in these
improved Matchinecs, is, that when compared with
dt others, they are noiseless. Diagrams prove the
Eperiorty, strength andl elasticity of the stitch,
andi the following testimaouials prove the perfect
adaptation of the Machine for family and planta
Ena .FIELD DISaRCT, S. C., July, 1859.
Tho unmdersigned having had a Grover & Baker
Sewimg Mnechine , purchased of M. A. RAzesoi, in
use in our Ifailies for some time past, take pleas
ure in giving our testimuony to its complete adap
tationa for famaily aind plantation work, making a
scum of grfeat ,ttrengvtl i N t eltcty, is verysm
ple, easily learned and kept in ordler, and running
with so little noise as not to interfere with conver
satio, if carried on in an ordinatry tone of voice in
close proaximity to the machine. We regard these
Machines as among the greatest labor-saving in
vettions of thme ago. Signed,
J. W. STOK ES, GEO. McD. WEVER,
A. J. CR EIITON, Ii. F. MAYS,
TIOS. K ERNAGHAN, JA S. L. MATHIS,
W M. IIILL. SA M'L. J. BOYCE,
SIDNEY S. BOYCE, WM. SPIRES,
B. J. RtYAN, IA. M. BENSON,
JON A. ADDISON, LUCIUS L. HALL,
1. D. MIMS, E. T. HAMILTON,
ELIJAH WATSON, Sr. JOEL CURRY,
JAS. S. HARR ISON, ROBERT J. BUTLER,
A. J. HAMMOND, SAM'L E. BOWERS.
Copy of a Lctter received from Rev. D.
DuNTOYsvit.LE, A pril 26th, 1859.
Mn. M. A. RAtssox-.Dear Sir: The Grover A
lnker Sewing Machainm which I purchased of you
Ist winter, hans given entire aatisfaction. I have
seen rmany favorable notices published about these
Maichines, and from our experience, we believe
them all without exageration. Doubtless, when
more generally known, they will he in general use,
and aeSomplhlish what Hon. Mr. Banks says, " work
as great a change ian families, as railways have in
cmmuities and States."
D. D. BRUNSON.
Extract of a Letter from WV. H. Norris.
RanaGE, S. C., May 2nd, 1859.
M. M. A. RtAssu-Dear Sir: I cheerfully as
sure you thbat we are well pleased with the Grover
& aker Machine. My wife would not he without
it fr twice its cost. W. HI. NORRIS.
Rev. T. F. Wu.rcom~, of this District writes thus,
Ma. M. A. Ryssu-eare Sir: I am pleased to
s~ay thamt thae Girover & Thaker Machine bought of
you,, wo:rksm as well as I could desaire. My wife
tinds no trouble in working it. Before puirebaasing,
1 xaaincd other Mlaclaines, but, did not like the
stitch near n re ll as that- made by the Grover &
B~ker. Witha nay kaaowledgo of thieso Machines,
andi whua t [ hamr -from others, I am thoroughly
cniced that nao Machine can favorably compare
with thenm for fatnily tase.
T. F. WILTJA MS.
Mchine.a: delivered andi instructions given in
their use, tree of charge, in any part of Edlgefield
istriet. Shiould ainy Machine not performm well,
I will exchaange it for one which will dho good work.
All sies at anuufacturers prices, with tho addi.
tion of freighat. M1. A. RANSOM,
Agent, of tihe (irover & Baker Sewing Machine Co.
Hamuarg. Aug. .;, 1859 tf 30
WANTED...Ta hire, a good house GIRL,
that can he recomzumended.
.S. E. BOWERS.
rram..r~ Aug 24. 1859 f 3
1859 Spring and Summer Styles. 1859
Masonic Hall Building,
244 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
G EO. W. FERRY has now in store the
largest and best assortment of SPRING AND
SUMMER GOODS in his line, to be found in this
market. Consisting of
Beebe & 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;
96 19 c SewedStraw "
Panama and Palm Loaf 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 TURBANS and HATS-new style;
UMBRELLAS of all varieties-very cheap;
This stock for variety and beauty of styles, is
unequalled in this market, and the prices cannot
but be satisfactory. JMP Call and Seo.
Augusta, March 22, tf 11
3DRY-" GOO0DS L
SELLING OFF AT COST.
WM. H. CRANE,
WISHING TO DISPOSE OF HIS EN
TIRE STOCK OF
THE PEOPLE OF EDGEFIELD DIS
TRICT ARE RESPECTFULLY
INVITED TO CALL SOON
IF THEY WISH TO
Augusta, Aug 10 St 81
T HE distributees of the Estate of Artemesia
Burnett, deceased, are hereby notified, that a
final settlement of said Estate will be made in the
Ordinary's Office at Edgefield Court House, on
Tuesday the eighth day of November next. And
said distributees are hereby notified to meet the
undersigned for that pupose, at the time and place
CARTER BURNETT, Adm'r.
July 27, 1859 3m* 29
1E Subscriber being unable to
T give his personal attention to his
planting interest, offers for sale his
Lying on Turkey Creek, 7 miles North of Edge
field C. H., containing
Upon th.s place there Is as good Cotton land as
any in the District-and bottom land that will
produce frora 30 to 80 bushels .of Corn to the
Acre. The ptace is in a high state of cultivation.
Upon it is a fra med Dwelling House, Gin Houses
and all other ne cessary out buildings.
Also, will be sold with the place,
Twenty-Five Likely Negroes,
Fourteen of whom% are first class field hands.
Also, Mules, Horses, Cattle, Sheep,
Corn, Fedder, &c.
The above property will be sold to an approved
purchaser upon ten years oredit, payable in equal
annual instalments, bearing interest from date.
Enterprising men, here is a chance for you.
Aug 17 tf 32
IAND FOR SALE.
T TIE Subscuribers offer for sale that VALUABL E
TRACT OF LAND whereon Mr. U. C. Tur
nr resided at the time of his death. This Tract
is situate on 'Rocky Creek, about 2 miles from
Rocky Creek Church, 10 miles from Edlgefiuld C.
II., adjoining lands of Mrs. Mathews, Benj. Cog
burn and others, and contains
Four hun dred and thirty-two Acres,
Ialt of which is native forest-prime oak and
On the promises is a good two Story Dwelling
with all necessairy out-buildings. This plantation
is well and conveniently watered.
The land undar cultivation is productive.
A Bargain may be had by early application to
Tcrmns, to an approved purchaser, will be quite
J. C. SMYLY & CO.
Aug 3 tf 30'
State of South Carolina,
Allen Franklis: and wife Mar -'
we . For Partition.
Benjamin Barton and wife Be
hala, and., others, Def'ts.J
B Y an o,.-der from the Ordinary, I shall proceed
to sell, at .Edgefielud Court house on the first
Monday i n September next, for Partition, thu Real
Estate of Obedience Halley. decea.<ed, a tract or
parcel of land, lying and being in the District and
State aforesaid, containing one hundred and six
teen Acres, more or less, and adjoining bands of
William Hightower, Estate of Mrs. Hightower,
Joseph Rarubo and others.
T En.,s-On a credit until the first day of Janu
ary next. The purchaser to give bond and securi
ty, and a moirtgage to the Ordinary to secure the
purcase mo-ney. Cost to be paid in cash, and to
~ay for titles extra.
JAS. EIDSON, s.E.D.
Aug 9, 185 9 5t 31
Y Virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Facias to
Bme directed, I will proceed to sell at 'Edge
field C. H., on the fIrst Monday and Tuesday in
Septemi. next, the following property in the fol
lowing case, viz:
R. J. Delph vs. lantr ah Allen, One House and
Lot in the Town of Hamburg, S. C., known in the
plan of said Town, as Lot No 86,-bounded on the
East by Mechanick's Stree t, on the West bty Spire's
Street, South by Lot No S4S, and on the North by
Lot No 8'7, running back 290 feet.
Also, one other Lot of .land in the Town of
Hamburg, S. C., having 30 feet front on the Edge
field Rtoad, and running back 50 feet, b~eing a part
of the section of land No L0,-hounded on the
West by the Edgefield Road, and on the North,
East and South by saiid section of laud No 10.
John Seigler vs. Ajlen Frank lin ; Other plain
tiffs severally vs. the same, 'he tract of land
whereon the Defendant lives, containing Two
Thousand Acres, more or less, 'bounded by lands
of William Gregg, Rizsiah Swearsrugin and others.
Terms of sale cash.
-JAMES EEDSONj s.E.D.
August 12, 1869 3te 32
LIGHT for the SUFFERING MILLIONS?
A CERTAIN CURE Ir0E CONSUMPTION
And all Lung Diseasesa-Shortnena of Breath--Dye
pepia and Dyscntery-Worat cases of Croup
and Cholic, &c., &f.c., &c
T HIS medicine is. purely vegetable, being conm
posed entirely of best-R,,ye Spirits and West
India Gums, and other Extracts which are healing
to the Lungs.
pie It Is a most pleasant dink.
p!W- One bottle should be carried by every man,
woman or child traveling to mix with the water.
ja- Price One Dollar P er Bottle.--Gks
pe- For sale by R. L. GENTMY, Agent,-at Sib
ley's Corner, with Messrs. H. .L N. E. Solomon,
where I always will he found with a large supply
of the above VALUAntLs PRoPERTY. Also.
I am always in the market (at Sibley's Cor
ner,) for purchasing cotton, and will pay the highest
market price for fine cottons.
For the above medicine, apply to
- . L. GENTRY, Agent.
Hamburg, Jan. 25, 1859. ly 3
DR. CUJLLtI'S REMEDY.
For Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Pain in the Jaw,
sick Head.Ache, (if nervous) and in fact for all
nervous pains, it is invaluable; try it, all you un
fortunate nervous pain sufferers. If it stop sick
Head Ache in twenty minutes, do not be alatmed.
Price, $2 per B~ottle. For sale by
' . L. GENTRY, Ag't.
Hamburg, S. C., July 13, 1859 'tf 27
N OTICE.--Those wishing SCHNAPPS for
Medicinal use can get them, pure, and of our
own importation, and with a guarantee attached.
S. B. BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg May 6, tf 17
BACON, LARD) AND FLOUR.
IN Store a choice supply of BACON, LARD
Iand 'LOUR, arhich will be sold at reasonable
prices for cash. D. R. DURISOE.
Jnla. ei a 29
PELLETIER & CO.,
HAMBURG, S. C.
WOULD RESPE C T
fully invite the atten
tion of the public to
their LAR G ELY re
plenished Stock of
FANCY GOODS, &C.
Their recent purchases in New York, selected
by one of the firm with the greatest care as to
quality, enables them to offer their Goodsat prices
as low as any similar establishment in the South.
The Public are respectfully invited to call and
examine for themselves.
giCatlogues of Goods sold by them fur
nished on application to
A. J. PELLETIER & CO.,
Druggists, Hamburg, S. C.
Aug 3 6m 30
H AVING located at that healthful and delight
JLful watering place,
W ILL I A. M S T 0 N,
Situated on the Greenville and Columbia Rail
Road, will give his entire attention to the treat
Persons laboring under derangem'ent of the Ute
rus, Neuralgia, Chronic Rheumatism, Kidney Af
fections, Dyspepsia, Chronic Diarrhoea, Scrofula,
Indolent Ulcers, Dropsy, Scurvy of Gums, Piles,.
&a., &c., are respectfully solicited to give him a call.
Dr. C. does not propose to curo every case; but,
with the skill derived from a acventeen years Prac
tice, he flatters himself to be able to give general
satisfaction, knowing, as ho duos from experience,
that hundreds are dragging out a miserable exis
tence, whose condition might be permanently re
lieved by judicious treatment.
Numerous certificates and references might be
given; but the subscriber regards as the best cer
tificate the speedy and effectual cure or relief of
each and every patient.
pD- All patients attended to at their rooms in
any part of the village.
WM. COLEMAN, M. D.
Da. Wi. CoLaiAx-Dear Sir: My negro wo
man who was confined to the house for some time,
and unable to attend to any business, and who up
on examination was pronounced to be laboring
under derangement of the uterus, I am glad to
say, has speedily recovered under your treatment.
Yours, with respect,
Dn. Ww. CoLEmAx-Dear Sir: My girl that was
suffering from dieense of the uterus whom I placed
under your charge, I am proud to say, has been
promptly cured, and I take great pleasure in re
commending all those laboring under similar af
fliction s, to give you a call.
Da. Wx. CoL.xAx-Dear Sir:, My woman, who
was, for a considerable period, kept within doors
by some obstinate uterus disorder, I am glad to
say, has been wholly restored under your advice
Yours, with respect,
., . Ms. SCURRY.
SOUTH CAROLINA, J
Da. Wx. ColEMxA-Dear Sir : The negro wo
ian I'placed under your care, who had done me
but little or no service for several months, and who
upon examination was found tobe anlicted with a
serious uterus derangement, has been wholly re
lievd, and reports herself permanently cured,
which I have every right to believe is the case.
WM. A. STROT HER.
Da. Wit. Co.xAx--Dear Sir : My woman Ma
ry that I put under your charge in the spring of
1858, who upon inspection was ascertained to be
suffering from disease of the wombh, and treated
by you for that ailment, I am pleused to say, re
covered forthwith, and has lost no time sine from
the former disorder, but has been a very good hand
both with the plow and hoc.
Yours with due respect,
R. W. PAYNE.
Sul.y 6, 1859 3m 28
State of South Car'olina,
Temperanco Hatcher, and others,
James Morris and wife, and others. )
I N'conformity to an order of Chancellor Ward
law, I hereby call upon the'ereditors of Bartley
Hatcher, deceased, to present and prove their de
mands before me on or before the 12th day ef Sep
tember next ; In default,thcreof, they will be pre
luded from the benefit of the decree to be pro
nounced in this c..use.
A. SIMKINS, C.LLnD.
July 12, 185 0 9t 27
State of South Carolina,
William P. Butler, et. al.)
Guy Broadwater, A dm'or of J. BW for Ae'nat. &c.
Henry Christian, deceased.J
BY virtue of an order made by Chancellor John
ston in the above stated case, Notice is hereby
given to all and singular, the creditors of the said
J. Henry Christian, deceased, to present and prove
their respective demands before me in my Office,
on or before the first day of October next, on pain
of being precluded from the benefit of the deere
tal order of Court.
A. SIMKINS, c.z.E.D.
Commissioner's Office, .June 14, 1859 3m 24
The State of South Carolina,
Permelia Abney and ethers,
vs. I. n Equity.
Joel Abney and others. '
A S directed by the order of Chan. Wardlaw, in
this case, all and singular the creditors of
Mrs. Elizabeth Abney, dec'd., of Charlotte Abney,
dc'd., and of Elijah Pope Abney, dec'd., are re
quired on or before the-1dth day of October next,
to appear before me and make proof of their res
pective debts ; and arc hereby notified that in de
fault of their so doing they will be precluded from
the benefit of the decree that will be prononnced
In this cause.A. SIMKINS, c.r..u.n.
Comm'rs O0fice, Aug 9, 1859. 2m31
State of South Carolina,
Samuel F. Goode,
13. C. Bryan and others.
Win. F. Durisoe,
Trustee, and others.
U NDER an order from the Court in this case,
the creditors of the Estate of Richard Bur
ton, deceased, are hereby notified to present and
prove their demands before me on or before the
17th day of Octeber next: in default whereof
they, will be precluded from the benefit of the
decree to be pronounced in this cause.
A. SIMKINS, c.u.u.n.
Aug.9 2 m.. 31
State of South Carolina,
IN ORDINAR Y,
- Y W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge.
Whereas, James S. Buszard hath applied to me
for Letters of Administration, on all and singular
the goodsuand ehattles, rights a'nd credits of John S.
Buzzard, late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
Those are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the said
deceased, to be and appear before mec, at our next
Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be holden
at Edgefield Court House, on the 22nd day of
August inst., to show cause, if any, why the said
Iadministration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 9th
day of August, In the year of our Lord one thous
a~ndeigt hundred andfifty-nine, and in the eighty
fourth yeareof Ainierican Independence.
W. F.-D)U~Iis0 o. U. 9.
A.10 n e .3L
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES
CURTAINS, CORNICES, GIMPS, &ce
JAS G. BAILIE & BRO.,
WX OULD respectfully call the attention of purchasers to their stock of the following
goods of their own direct importation, viz:
Rich Medallion Carpet, new patterns; English Royal Velvet Carpets, new designs and rich
colors; En ish Brussels, new styles, embracing all of the mot desirable patterns manufac.
tured by John Crossley & Sons; New patterns three ply Carpeting; New styles ingrain Car
pet f Crumb Cloths from 12-4 to 20-4; Druggets from 6-4 to 16-4 wide; Mosaic, Velvet
and nted Rugs, Stair Rods, &c.
Of the newest patterns and best quality of Goods manufactured, from 3 to 24 feet wide, by
any length desired. A select Etock of table Oil Cloths in Mahogany, Rosewood, Chintz, &e.
Carriage Oil Cloths,-wholesale and retail, and remnants of fine Oil Cloth, sold at half price
to carriage makers.
A lare and choice assortment of Window Shades, at wholesale and retail, in Velvet, Gold,
Landscape Vase, Flowers, &c., with trimmings, including Bailie's Patent Shade Fixtures.
Dealers in Shades, in the country, will find it to their advantage to give' us a call.
A large and selected stock of Curtain Goods in Damask, Satin, DeLaine, Lace, and Musln
Curtains, embracing the latest patterns and designs; Cornices in great variety; Gimps, and
everything connected with a large stock of Curtain Goods.
MATTINGS, IlATTS, &c.
Cocoa, Mattinas for.counting. houses and basement rooms, &c., 3.4, 4-4, 5-4, and G-4
widths; Canton %attings in 4-4, 5-4 and G-4 widths, in striped goods, ehene, white and red
check. Imported American Door Mbatts, inside and.outside Wool Matts, and Grass Matta, &c.
VENETIAN OR STAIR CABPETING.
A full stock of these goods in all widths manufactured. A liberal discount made to the
furnishing of chur.thes and places of public worship. Stair Linen and Stair Oil Colth in
great variety. Brooms, Brushes, &c., to all of which we would respectfully call the attention
of our Madison friends, and all in want of any of the above Goods.
SO" Orders proinptly attended to. JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
New Carpet Store, 205 Broad St., Augusta, Ga near to Bank of Augusta; and
JAS. G. AIL1E, Charleston, S. C.
Augusta, August 31, 1859 tf 34
TO THE FARMERS.
WE HAVE NOW ON HAND
ARE HAVING MANUFACTURED, A
WHITE WOOL PLAIN,
Far superior to any Plain we ever before of
fered for sale. We guarantee the filling
to be ALL WOOL, and wider
than any other Manufactory.
THE PRICE BEING NO HIGHER
than less desirable Goods, we feel confident
in giving satisfaction.
BLANKETTS, LINSEY WOOLSEY, &C.
COME AND'SEE THEM
Orders Promptly Attended to.
DEMING & DAY, 2
Corner Under Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga,
M. J. JONES, M. D.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
DRUGS, iVEDICINES, &Ce
NO. 171 NORTH SIDE BROAD STREET,
.Augusta Hotel Block, Augusta, Gorgia.
Hain prasd the Stock in trade of Mr. T. P. FOGARTY, and taken the above well
knwnavnd, purcaentl occupied by him,) the undersigned can olier, with connidence, to his
rinon sa thereublic, both of the city and country, his Stock, as being of that extent, va
rieds an quliy enitling him to a liberhl share of patronaga.
he additions m'naking, and those to be continued, will form a complete assortment in the
Wholesale and Retail Line, consisting of
DRIJGS, MEDICINES, CHIEMICALS,
PAINST, OILS, VARNISHES, DYE STUFFS,
WINDOW AND OTHER GLASS,
DENTAL A N D S U R G I C A L INSTRUMENTS, .
PERFUMERY A FANCY ARTWCLES.
ALL WARRANTED OF THE BEST AND PUREST QUALITY,
AND OFFERED AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT REASONABLE PRiCES.
Th proaattention of the prorietor, with the aid of skillful and experienced assist.
Tswhic has been procured, enables him to offer to Physicians and Families the oppor
nit of obtaining Prescriptions according to order, prepared with the utmost care, and in
wHe wil as cotinue the Practice of his Profession to such of his friends, and the public,
as ma favor him with calls, which may be made at the Dru Store durin the day, and till 0
o'clok,?P. M., and after that hour, at night, at his rooms. Uited StatesHtl
Augusta, May 24, 1859 t 20
WILLIAMSTON, S. C. 5~
THIS HOUSE is now openedFRITA
for the reception of iisitors to N tSiE,
the Mineral Springs. The building
is entirely new, Ilnished and fur-AtGS ,GA
n ished inxcellentstyl,ld located at aconvenient .TofetotepbithseaoaER
distance from the Spring. Visitors will find ampleo VLREadCOC cleto fSuh
and superior accommodations at this House, withemrsd
good order. The table will be supplied with the Frian Ora nalTes
host the market affords.
RiamS or BloAnD--Por day 51,25; per week
S ~00 pr month 525,00. Children and Servants
June 8, 1859 3m 22 GAEVNS c
ALL COTTON RAGS WANTED, for ~ofrte tpie hc ilcila
whih oash hil e paid BOWERShoe Ag'ytorhen.ocr
Hamburg. Feb. 2. tf 4 al. plcns
S OMETING MELLOW..-One Cas of~i~ ucaig8utenrie rsi
fine OLD APPLE BRANDY, ordered express
ly from N. W. Arrington of North Caroliina, by peeec oNrhra en etraatdt
Robert lover, Esq., forS.E E S Ag t hi lm ta d tev reish vn oty b e
S. . OWESAg' rUiTSoth AddrSERE
WENoffer tohthe pubebtethto thesostateVER
sam fothith an tosehavngclFrwll To all onmenled s
theEstteillbe etted p o tht dy. or d andc isettlegeame th u dre elly Trow
FRANES A J.J. ABILLA~l'ors aods we soldhe at Caprics, anid witth car
necessary wt close heanysinesherp roweyr
FNE CEESE-PRIMEBACO A theritie Caal oue will ne ale eea c
OW i Stoe a ot f A o 1 HEPa* vr bygng tios nofti earl attTeh.
N Aso a hoce uply f ACO. coigsehaving diemafnds atgantyt ther sadain
For sle ceap or csh b H.tagobyrisn gwl Southe ri Trthst
otice.Applicion ill bemadeeathenex oti to.Northernias bl bete adated tc
N Sesio ofthe ~egslaurefor, ne hlio esioatn and the Leiare or havn mestybe
- ~ eci. mad~ofriginate Softhe Tono E~ .dS0.,
Sm . Aug.sa u 1~ m. 63
WM. QUATTLEBUM, LEWIS JONES,
LEWIS COVAR, H. BOULWARE,
WM. L. STEVEN, JACT-SON C OV.R,
JAMES SPANN,- F. M. NICHOLAS,
S. HARRISON, j ROBERT D. BRYAN,
For Tax Collector.
CHAS. M. MAY.
JOhIN C. LOVELESS, T. J. WHITAKER,
STARLING TURNER, THEOPHILUS DEAN,
M. W. LYLES, CHARLES CARTER,
- For Ordinary.
.1. P. ABNEY, W..F. DURISOE,
D. L. TURNER. DAVIDBODIE,
J. .L. ADDISON,
Attorney at Law & Solicitor In Equity,
EDGEFIELD C. 1H., S. C.
May 11 1f , . 1
T IIE undersigned have this day formed a Part
nership for the PRACTICE OF LAW AND
EQUITY, under the name and style of LADrx
- Mr. Mooax .will regularly attend the Courts at
Abbeville, and will promptly trausac' all business
left in our hands for that District. -
ti. W. LANDRUM,
Edgefield C. 1., Jan. 13. tf 2
DRS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE,
EG leave-to inform their friends.that they have
B associated themselves in the practice of Medi.
eie in its different branches, as well as continue
their copartnership in the :ale of Drugs, &c.
One or both may always he found at their Store,
at any hour of the day or night. The-patients of
one will be the patients of both, and wil. be at
tended by. either or both without additional Charge.
A. G, TEAGUE,
T. J. TEAGUE.
April 19t,1859. tf 15
D EI T.I S TR .
D'R. 11. PARKER,.can generally
be found at the Ofice formerly
occupied by. 0. D. Tillmnan, Esq.,,and . .
will be sure to be there during Sale-day week.
March 2, 159 . tf 8
State of. South .Caroina,
A. W. Youngblood, et. ux. c. al.
V8. I Bill for Ac'nt.
Benj. Waldo and G. A. Addiron, and Relief, &c.
Ex'ors of Jacob B. Smith, de'ed. J
Y virtue of an order made by Chancellor John
ston in the above stated case, Notice is hereby
given to all and singular, the creditors of Jacob
B. Smith, decesed,.to present and prove their re
spective demands before me in jay, Offieo, on or be
fore the first day of October next, on pr.in of being
precluded from the benefit of the decretal order of
the Court made in this case..
A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Commissioner's Omeo, June 14, 1859 3m 24
FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES.--A few
Dozen of Pure POR T WINE, from the Tin.
tage of Dr. McDonnald of Barnwell District, S. C.
S. E. BOWERS, Ag't.
Hamburg, July 20, 1859 tf 28
NOTICE*-Application will be made at the
next Legislature for the Charter of a Public
Road running from the Fury's 'Ferry Road, near
Jas. M. Harrison's, to intersect a branch of Five
Notch Road near the reidence of J. L. Addison,
Esq. Aug 17 _ m 32
NOTICE.--I hereby forewarn all perons
from trading for a Note of hand given to
Tihos. H1. Williainms for Two hundred and eighteen
)ollars, dated Iith February 185'J, and payable
Jan. 1. 1860, -s the consideration- for which it wa
givena has entirely filied, amn. I v!l not pay it
unless cornpelledi by law.
- Z. P. CLAXTON.
L- OST, about the 25th July laist, one Note -on
..CoL. R. Christie for $l,706t;25, dated 2d July
10t. All persons arc enautione.d against trading
fur said -note. and any information concerning it
thuankfully received. Jt. M. LANJIAM.
Aug 17 't
CHALLENGE., the Morgan
Stallion, wilt stand the Fall Sea.
son, 1859, .at Edgefield .C. H., coam
menciug iet August and the 15th
.Sep temaber, 1 859.
S. F. GOODE,
Aug 1 tf .T0
Jennett for Sale,
I offer for sale a good .JENNETT, of good form
andl medium size, and an excellent breeder, her
utfspriang are almoni invariably of the ale kind.
She is nowe in foawl ly a line Jack. I wilt sell a
Address, Dyson's Mills, S. C.
L. E. hOLLOWAY.
July 20, 1850 tf 23
F OR SALE OR E.XCIIANGE.---Ialf,
three-quarter. and full blood French Mt.rinn
Bl'CS, a Slo $15 and$25. cachi..
July 20, 1S50 if 23
S AXE YOUR RAGS !--Wanted at this Of
liee 10,00U lbs. CLEAN Linen and Cotton
Juily fi. 185 tf 2
Lemons, Raisins, Almonds.
JUIST received one box Fresh LEMONS:
1 DibI. Soft Shell A LMONDS;
Boxes best Layer R-A I.SINS;
-For sale by - F.'M. PENN.
July 13 tf - 2
N OTICE.--All persons indebted to the Es
tate of Dr. ti. C. Cunningham, dee'd., till
pleBee come forward -and umake immediate pay
ment ; and ull having claims against said Estate
wiit yresent. thema properly attested.
WM. HIL L, Ex'or.
Ilaumburg, June 11th. 1359. 1y23
R)AGS, RAGS, RAcd4--Those that liare
cleman ivnibed all Cotton or L,.w E ngs, enn
gtgi cenlts per pund of
l~anl~ng, uly S. E. BOWERLS, Ag't.
' Hmbrg Juy S, S5 tf 2
STEAM MLlL NOTICE,
A FTER this date GRAIN may be ground on
ANY DAY at toy Mills.
The Mills will 1.e: in charge of Mfr. Ronan'r
HAtwrs, an old and e. !'" i''-red miller, who will
endeavor to give F'atisfamea.a- I mll customers.
U. T. MIS.
June 19, 185 9 t 25
2inn REGDiENT CAVAL1Y: 1
Loxo'inns, Awig 13, 13350.
A C0tRT MARLTEAL wiil be hel at Edge.
fid C. II., on thme 1st Mmanday ini September
next, to try all Ilefanlters of? thme Edgefield Squad
ron for non-attendance at Regimecntal Drill and
Rcvie'w on the :14l na' A ugust, and. previous
The Court will consist of the following inema
Lieut. Col. BATES, President.
,Bly order of .INO.7'. BURP.TS, C..tI
TI. HI. HOWAnD, Act'g. Adjt.
TVHE Legatees under the last Will and Testa-.
..ment of Pleasant Burnett, deceased, aire here
by notified that a final settlement of the Estate of
sid Testator will he madec in the Ordinary's Ofire,
at Edgefield Court House, on Tuesday the eighth
day of November next. And the snid Legates
are requested to meet the undersigned for that l,ur
n ose, at the timen and place above mentined.
CARTER B3URNETT,' 1 Ex'r
- RALPH S. BURNETT. r;'
July 27, 1359 3me.a . 29
White Pickling & A pple Vingegar.
T HIE Subscriber Ibaa ini Store a largssupply,
I.and is new preparedl to ntwrnish his custoomers
and all who may wrant a choice article of Vinegar
for Picklng-almo the following Sphices for Pickles
andl Catsups: Bltiek, WhIte and- Cayenne - Pepper ;
Black Pepper Ground, All Spitee, Cloves;Nutmege,
Mace, White Ginger, Ground Mustard, Temerie
and Wyhite Mustard Seed. -
E. M. PENN.
June 22, 1859 - -tf. - 25
B CON,- BACON.--Just received a .ceice
let of SIDES',.SHIOULDERS. and. HAMS.
For sale.at reduced figures. Call anad examine he
- f. IL REN.6