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At Lower Prices than ever Offered !
We have just received a NEW and FRESH Stock of CARPETS,
imported direct from Europe, together .with all the first
manufaatories in the country, which we are selling at
NEW YORK WHOLESALE PRICES!
IN ALL WIDTHS, cut to fit any size Rcom or Entry in one peice.
RUGS, DOOR MATS, STAIR RODS,
In Every Variety.
DAMASK, LAGE ALM MUSUN1 GURTAINS2
SHADES, CORNICES, PINS, BANDS AND LOOPS,
The largest Stock ever offered.
ORCARPETS and OIL CLOTHS cut and put down by com
petent workmen, and guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Gi'rCall and judge for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere.
C. A. PLATT & CO.,
BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.
Sept 7 3m 35
A CARD. Dyspeptic ttasuly
I Blibsa Dyspeptic Itcnictly
IE undersigned takes this method of inform- Bi*% Dy~psac Reuxely
in lug his friends that frim and after this date Bilis' Dyspeptic Renoedy
he can be found at the Dry Goods lion'sc of W. Ulss' Dyspetic Reley
Hilts'I Dyspeptic iteniedy
0. NOR RE LL, Successor to Unroox & -NonIL~L n3Ls'Dse.. leid
218 Broad Street, Augusta, where he would be 1am the Largeal Sale
happy to see and serve tem. Has tit Largest Sale
The Stock will be one of the'LARGI'ST in the Hin lic La
City, and sold as low as from any house in Augusta. rt
My whole time will be given to the sales depart- Has tu forgeat Sale
ment. and I respectfully solicit a renewal of that Has tile rest Sale
patronage so kindly and generously extended. a Me eiaaet Sl
when formerly in the Dry Goods tra.e. Of a ll the World.
I will continue the sale of the celelbratel GIro- Of ally .1leara[at tie World.
ver & Baker Sewing Machines, in 1lan- of any Me.'ilue is the World.
burg, at the St-are first above VWn. Hill, and will Ostoty Nec1t1ehaa it; the World.
have com;etent persons to attend to the sales, le. Of ally AledIeIll tile World.
liver Machines. and give instructians. 01 allcuilelaze it the World.
M. A. RANSOM. 0u() Packages
Augusta, Aug. 31, 1859 1m 34JO SEWS Parkages
In Store and Arriving.
JAvA, Laguira, anal Rio COFFE ES: 100,000 aa es l
J A. B. C. Crushed and Brown SU;ARS: sold in n-id Routhearolina
Best quality N. (. and Museovado 3Y0 LASSES; Sold laa Gcorgin aaul SaulliCarflita
Heavy Gunny anl 45 inch Dundee BAGG ING .: S0141 [.eoaZla 3%a4 $outhtfaUOila
Strong Green Leaf and Spuu ROPE. Sold L: O4lana SouthCarollosa
For sale by Solt] Ia Georgia adsiouthaCnrolina
H. & N. E. SOLOMON. Sol a orgit Months.
lto Fourtelis Nioatal-.
Seamless Sacks SALT. frral, f,.nmi Ci7rla-Anit: l P..airteaa Moaaalas.
Bacon SIDES. SHOULDERS and Leaf LARD; ts Faisaeeta Moatiq.
Superfino and Extra Family FLOUR :ia .airteaa Masils.
Fine Chewing TOBACCO and CIGARS: i Fourfeell Slsaith.
English Breakfast, Gunpowder and lzyson TEAS. I
to which we call particular attention.I s ariatu oCr
For sale by I s~ariia a sr
H. & N. E. SOLOMON. ;nratitoCe
Heavy OSNABURGS, SHTIRTING and YA RNS; sI aitaett ir
BROGANS, SHOEhS, GAITERS anal UOOTS, att sWrane oCr
extremely low prices.ItDaCla aeFlawd
1000 pairs Whaitei antd Blue ELANKETrS: 1) l'halMaeFl.wel
Planters buying by the Bale will do well to call at j-.,jasn-cFloa,
H. & N. E, SOLOMON. I )itaS~iltt oiavd
Gibson's Old Rye, X, XX, XXX, XXXX, WiH IS- i DrtosaeI.ooe.
KEYS-;lyCs o ypp~
Bourbon Conty Rye WHISK EY: :ls ac l ~swtl
Corn WHISKEY, distilled in this Country: :iyCt fDs*al
Imported RRANDY, GIN, RUM and Sherry Ai as~O yll~I
Ipre Matdeira and Port WINES.Ai (aaofDappl
For sale lv
H. & N. E, SOLOMON., .itrD-aa
A complete assortment ofLs Viaae
Mexican, Texan and English SAD)DLES; ;~ isoe
Carriage. Buegy. Gig aind Wnggon JIA RNENSS:Lvr Iau,
BRtIDL ES, MIART1NG ALES, Martin;;nle COL- JUaaIS
Lead LINES, Plough BRIDLES and Ii ITS: caale
Carriage, Buggy and Wa;:an WIllPS, at Manu-alc
facturers prcs For sale by
H. & N. E, 5010EMON. Jaalc
Sweed IRON for Plows, Tfires. &c.. &Lc. ea-lDeliy
Cottage and Teaster IBEDSTEADS anal CHAIRS:GaurlDblt,
Ilarness, TUpper and Sole LEATHlEII Ge;a eIIY
Childirens G10S and CARRIAGES. very low: aainaelty
Train anal Li.:aeeal OIL: TU'RPENTINE andlGaea cbly
WJHITE LEAlU. Faar sale 1-y
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.
Hamburg. Sept. a. 1.9 tf ..a Platto
N iII JES & [fOiPt
It0CERS & C9TTON FiCTOiiS, I ~ r:~cDaaiaat
TJGUSTA., GEOREGIA..Clrae srlaa
Ouce, M' the sale of Cotton anal othear pro- CanaeDartc
(orner of Jace,-~ New Fire-proof Warehouse.,toacDaaha
ggY Cash adva.-1teynld's Street.Gtt~es
AN jjtje when desiread. aalasa.
T1t0t.iyl-LL~A, I Iiah.si
ISAIAH r 1ENNaS. aG~tic
%Auuta, sepat. ., 1859
T HE Firm o'f JEFFEltS a& COTIHRANS i.Ulrssl-5i4
i dissoalved on thu 1st of August uit, ., by mnut:i' ttsat jht5
consent. Either membher of the jirna is haerebay 5c1isaa gil
authorised to :-ign the name of the firm in liqpti- erecSjaas
H. L.. JEFFEBS, ~ -sa .paii
W. S. COTHII:AN, usoAalti,
.TJN CtTIllIAN.j tpale
LCharlestton, S. C., Septcmbelr 1, 1 o959.ps-~a
CO-PARTNERSHIP. I Pta . -aeaaJaes
COTBRIAN, JEFFEBS & Co..s t -
CHARLESTON, (J. itiC.,jaa~it t'.td
sCCESS(OltS To .1EFFER:; & C':a-IlRA.\' s vs.aty.tlaleiS
TrgE unadersigned hnIteisormedavimC..-Put tner.eah h
..for the purpose ofT continuing t F~.iIt ds011-tYaltapad
Ata Eail C0.\M ISSION lBUSINESS. ITvy willl-je-til Aapa-Is
be~ p.lease! :o see thecir rold enstomers andl friredil, i sEiaeay..illa
ala' as nmany n~ew aones as may faand it to the-ir int- IFnui.(nilllt
tore:'I in call on thema at :heir old t.nd. Cet: tral I'taeC~;anat
WADE S. CA(Tll I.\N. Roame, (inan.alat
IHENIVY L. .JFFFERi'.(hi . . " aa-Caaaaaa;
W.M. HI. JEFc 1ERS. j Charle~aieton.a S.lai.
C (hnriae.ton, Stemcnber 1. I aaaaaasfalaa~~ fFaa
I Nre: iriug fr'm the fia ohfI-I .1EFF 1S .( COTII H..P-aha.isIotiait o tr
R ANS. I beg lenae to a-ehurn nay thanks to nay I I raacs tftaalystSo
riend~ faar their libecrnl stuppoart. Iraving beven for In e alsSalsaaaaa ar-lla
ouar vaenrs en-anceda ie- 1.usinaass witha the amembehrs fal'n~l-t.fr iiansli~~r itl
of th'e tirm, of COTHR~AN. .SEFFERtS & CO., I - m iauaassta almaaa a.eIall
an. enabledl to caammaenad themi to moy friends as I.P-ui- ~ .'ilanalSaxeIall
promptr aami eficeient businrac men. nnda stalcit for jaI-aai-so itanslMp-eluat
them a libecral patronage. faIeniaso ll.tms la- a~
JOHN COTHURAN. HayIaaitSol
ECharleston, Sept. I t 3!.lv-y avis Sa~ta
CIIRISTIE & IIULBERT'SEa-ylmtl Iast
W~rsallARNESS, WHIPl. &c..
at.. aavanrecentlyAbeeti purchusiacby one ofath
Fir, ro th bstFactsri -n areexpcted
daily t arriv. The arietyeSof stle, fiish an
parace, will b~e calculated to stilt thle htaste af all W .hLl ~C . toa~-os
who mzay wish to purachneae any article in. their lint-. :53htanluly e ok
ChRISTIE& IIULBBiT. Fo Dspaple. Eeunerldy
last. atast ay ai. aur ve wilBlie a'rDy-spto aletRemaedy
I lnveass. fw lnir aal inlc anrstJusAFTR ialse slaeptIc itmey ondo
arrvea frm te Nrt, al wll artke tolaaxaes. YHAYa taet M le
markt, nd hic Iwll ellsapnrtasoaiae trms lic Sis wilhle iaLarge of rale ~ a
Hase i 1 the aretf 25l
~ OR SALE-fSevnythutdsanne vru cheaWo-ed.
J2 witeoakSPOES, wo ear oll, fuat di -- Of1t ny D 'Tiie l)T Sthe Wola oaa
Hamur, . .,Jue2, 15 t 2 AgOt24 an Md59 n teWrd
Ps Bs GLASS,
(SUCCESSOR TO R. R. L. BIYAN,)
DO B ID STAION,
175 Richardson St-three doors above the Market,
COL'CMivIIA, S- C.
H AS for sale a LARGE ASSORTMENT of
Law, Medical, Theological, School
and Miscellaneous Books, Fancy Goods,
Cheap Publications and Blank Books of every
STATIONERY, Foreign and Domestic, of every
variety and quality.
OIL PAINTINGS, ENGRAVINGS;
Globes. Writing Desks;
3MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c.;
BLANK BOOKS manufacturod to any pattern,
and BELANK WORK of every description pre
pared to order.
",-Wholesale Purchasers supplied and all or
.ders promptly attended to of the orcest Cush pri
Columbia, Aug 6m11 31
N CARTER & DAWSON,
Wholes.le Booksellers and
A complete assortment of Law, Medical, School
and Miscellaneous BOOKS, together with
bt.mnk Books. Paper and Stationery, of every do
scription, kept constantly on hand aid offered at
the towest prices for Co.Jh or approved Credit.
.McCarter & Dawsou, are the Publishers
of the South Carolina LJw and Equity Reports.
Charleston, Sept. 7, 1859. t1m 35
State of South Carolina,
IN EQ UIT .
John K. Jackion, Adm'or.
li.'nilton A. Kenrick. I
IN obedicnee to the order of Court in this case, I
I will sell at Edgetield Court Ilouse on the first
Monday in October next, the following real estate,
A certain lot or parcel of land situate in the
town of Hnmhurg. in this District, known in the
plat of said town as Lot No Eight, measuring
Fifty-Four feet by Two Hundred feet, bounded on
the West by Suowden Stret, on the Noirth by
Mtercer Street, on the South by Market Street, and
on the East by Lot No Seven. Said premises are
sold under a Bill to foreclose mortgnge.
TEnms.-The costs Pnd ongfourth the purchase
money to be paid in cash ; t rest on a credit of
twelve months from theday of sale.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Sept. 7. 4 35
State of South Carolina,
. 'N 1 ORDLINAJlY,
J. D. R. Miller, Applicant, Petition fo,.
]lenry Mil!er and others. Def'ts.
If appearing to my satisfaction that Sion Miller
and the children of N:ncy McCarty, deceased,
names unknMown, reside beyond the limits of this
State. it is therefore ordered, that they do appear
and object to the division or sale of the Real Es
tate of Elizabeth F. Diller, deceased, on or before
the 25th day of November iext, or their consent
to the same will lie entered of record.
W. F. DURISOE, o.E.D.
Ordinary's Office, Sept. 5, 159 ]2t 35
State of South Carolina,
JS O1?DJ-VAll Y.
James C. Bussey,
D emsy C. Bnssey and others.
Y an order fr.n the Ordinary, I will proceed
I B to sell at Elgetield C. 11., on the irst Monday
i to ext. for partition, the Real Estate of
cieorge liu.sey, dlecoese, conisisting of a Tract of
Laud lyin-g and heing in the District and State
aforesa'id, cont:aining two hundred and lifty Acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of Enerson Bus
sey, A. Shnrpton, ltrobt. Jennings and others.
Tan--On a credit until .January 1st, 1880.
Pnreht;sers to'give hiondl with good securities, and
a muortgage to the Ordinary to secure the purchase
toney. Cot ti be 1,aid in cash. Titles extra.
JAMES EIDSON, s..Ds.
Sept 5. 1859t .It 35
State of South Carolina,
Salina Uradhunry and others, -
Thomaos Brn-lhury anil othersJ
Y an order fromo the Ordinary, I will proceed
B U-ln Edgelich c~I, wn thefirst Ma'nda3
Eli liratdhury, deceasedl, consisting of a tract of
Lamni, lying nad being in the State and Dtistriec
aores2-il, conttining one hundred Acres, moure o:
less. boinoled by hamde of Marebal Steedman, Ab
nr Steedman undi~ others.
fTenxs-ont a credit until 1st JTanunry, 1880
Pu rehasers to. give botis with good securities, ant
a mortgage to the tOrditary to, secure the punrchas
money. Cost to be paid in ensh. Titles extra.
.IAM ES EIDSON, s...
.p I, 19 -It 35
Planters Take Notice,
Planters Take Notice,
Planters Take Notice,
Is The Only Sure
Is The Only Sure
Is The Only Sure
And Positive Remedy
And Positive Remedy
And Positive Remedy
Before The People
Before The People
N r The People
It Never Fails.
It Never Fails.
For sale in .Edgefteld by
DRS. A. 0. & T. J. TEAGUE,
MIR. E. M. PENN.
PD-Price, only S1.fl0 per Bottle, Catsh.
Set 5 ly 35
$20,00 Reward !
RNWYabouat. the~ :tch .Janttary last. itt
negr manCJIALES whois aontsixty
lieyears of tage, dark compileeted, right leg hn
been br'ke. drags it in walking, generally wear
whiskers, which naturally for his age, are grey
plays on the violin.
I will give the ablove reward for his apprehen
sitn unid lodgement itt tiny jail so thant I can ge
ii. Atnd I will furthter give $25.00 additional, fo:
rof to con.tviet any otne of harboring him, or gir,
itg hint a free pass.
- JOHN SWEARINGIEN.
N otice.-A pplication will he made at the ncr
.Session of the Legislature for sn amendment
of the Charter of the Town of Edgefield.
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES
CURTAINS, CORNICES; GIMPS, &c.
JAS G. BAILIE & BRO.,
W 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 ; English Brussels, new styles, embracing all of the most desirable patterns manulae
tured by John Crossley & Sons; New patterns -three ply Carpeting; New styles ingrain Car
peting; Crumb Cloths from 12-4 to 20-4; Druggets from 6-4 to 16-4 wide ; Mosaic, Velvet
and Tufted 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 stock of table Oil Cloths in Mahogany, Rosewood, Chintz, &C.
Carriage Oil Cloths, wholesale and retail, and remnants of fine Oil Cloths, which will be sold
low to carriage makers.
A large 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, rAd Musl'n
Curtains, embracing the latest patterns and designs; Cornices in great variety ; Gimps, and
everything connected with a large stock of Curtain Goods.
MATTVINGS, lYATTS, &c.
Cocoa, Mattings for counting houses and basement rooms, &c., 3-, 4-4, 5-4, and 6-4
widths ; Canton Mattings in 4-4, 5-4 and 6-4 widths, in striped goods, cliene, white and red
check. Imported and American Door blatts, inside and outside Wool Matts, and Grass Matts, &c.
VENETIAN OR STAIR CARPETING.
A full stock of these goods in all widths manufactured. A liberal discount made to the
furnishing of churches and places of public worship. Stair Linen and Sitir Oil Colth in
e-reat variety. Brooms, Brushes, &c., to all -of which we would respectfully call the attention
of our Edgefield friends, and all in want of any of the above Goods.
3g Orders romptly attended to. JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
New Carpet Store, 205 Broad St., Augusta, Ga., near to Bank of Augusta; and
JAS. G. BAIL1E, Charleston, S. C.
Augusta, August 31, 1859 tf 34
TO THE FARMERS.
WE HAVE NOW ON HAND
ARE HAVING MIANUFACTURED, 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.
I)EMING & DAY,
Corner Under Globe-Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Auuta uy 7 15.tf 29
M. J. JONES, M. D.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &Cs
NO. 171 NORTH SIDE BROAD STREET,
Augusta Hotel Block, Augusta, Gorgia.
Havng urcasd the Stock in trade of Mr. T.-P. FOGARTY, and taken the above well
knwnavnd, purcaetly occupied by lhim,) the undersigned can offer, with confidence, to his
riends and therpeublic, both of the city and country, his Stock, as being of that extent, va.
riety an ultetitling him to a liberal share of~ patronagA.
rhe addition aaing, and those to be continued, will form a complete assortment in the
Wholesale and Retail Line, consisting of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PAINST, OILS, VARNISHES, DYE STUFFS,
WINDOW AND OTHER GLASS,
DENTAL A N 1) S U 1R1 C1 A L INST11UktENTS,
PERFUMERY & FANCY ARTICLES.
ALL WARRANTED OF THlE BEST AND PUREST QUALITY,
ND OFFERED AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Thepesonl ttetin f the rprietor, with the aid of skillful and expe::ienced assisI
Twhic persa atentn pourd, enbes him to offer to Physicians and Families the op por
uni wh obtaiin Prlepcriptionisaccording to order, p~repared with the utmost care, an~ in
iwhil aln esoicninue ate Pnractice of his Profession to such of his friends, and the public,
as ill falo hontinuh ctlls, which may be made at the Drg Store during the dlay, and till 9
ockP M, nd after thamt hour. at night, at his rooms, nited StatsHel
24 l~'tf 20
Augusta, May 2,1'9~ ---------
ubrtn lover, Esqu orS B.rOB , gt. FRUITLAND NURSERIES,
IHamburg, July 20 if 28 AUGUSTA, GA.
SW Eoffer te the public this season, a VE RY
Lm sB SilAIOdS V LARG): and CHOICE collection of South
JUM eiedone box Fresh LEMONS; Fruit' and Ornaniental Trees,
1 Bbl0ft Shell ALMONDS; 5
Boxes best ~yer RAISINS; E .PN.02,6 % 5
July 13 tf -2.GAP7IES c
Or Etock is large and the Treer well grown,
State of South Carolina, ,veoffer them.at prices which will compare
favo.rably with those of any Northe--n grower.
E DG E FI ELD DI ST RI CT -. A descriptive Catalogue will he mailed free to
Y INF OU R DI NARq Oray . aPersons desirous of putting out Fruit Trees the
Y W F.DURS0E Es.,Ordnar ofEdg- comning season will find it greatly to their advan
field District. tage by purchasing Southern raised Trees, In
Whbereas, J. D. R. Miller bath applied to me preference to Northern, as being better adapted to
for Letters of Administration, on all and singular this. elilmate, anti the varieties having mostly been
the goods and chattles, rights and credtits offTia- uriginated South. A ddress
both F. Miller lato of the District afroresam.. de- P. T. IBERCKCMA.NS & CO.
Those are, therefore, to cite and admonish all Agsa u l~l
andi singular, the kindred and creditors of the said FALL SE.ASOl\T.
decease, to be and appear before me, at our next CHALLENGE, the Morgan
Ordinarys Court for the said District, to he holden , Salowl tn h alSa
tt Edgefieldl Court House, on the 19th day of Staon, 59, am gte al Se.,ao
-Sept inst., to show cauuse, if any, why the said menron, 189,at Auguetad the 15thor
a mti~istratin should not tbe granted. S zeptmrn 1859.utan he1t
Given under amy hand and seal, this 6th Set .br 18F. OD
day of Sept. in time yeour of our Lord one thous- . EL.R LND.
and i eight hundlred anud fifty-nine, anid in the eighty- An 1t 30ETlIAD
fourth year of America lndepeideneO A. f3
Sept5 s2eto Jennett for Sale,
1offer for sale a good JENNETT, of good form
OTICE.-AII persons indebted to the Es- I and medium size, and an excellent breeder, her
N tate of Dr.0. C. Cunningha-, dee-d., will offspring are al-ost invariably of th-n male kindl.
please come forward and make immediate pay- She is now in foal by a fine Jack. I will sell a
mont ; and all having claims against said Estate bargain.
will prosnt them properly attestd. Address, Dyson's Mills, S. C.
LEWIS COVAR.'. I H. BOULWARE,
IM. QUATTLEBUM, I LEWIS JONES,
3. HARRISON, ROBERT D. BRYAN,
WM. L. STEVENS, JACKSON COVAR,
FAMES SPANN, F. M. NICHOLAS,
For Tax Collector.
ML W. LYLES, C.HARLES CARTER,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,. I T. J. WHITAKER,
3TARLING TURNER, THEOPHILUS DEAN,
T. P. ABNEY, W- F. DURISOE,
D. L. TURNER. DAVID BODIE,
T HE undersigned have formed a partnership
for the practice of Law and Equity, in this
and the adjoining Districts.
OriCE in Law Range. S. B. GRIFFIN,
, M. C. BUTLER.
July 27, 1859 tf - 29
J. L. ADDISON,
ttorney at Law & Solicitor in Equity,
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
May 11 If 18
T UE undersigned have this day formed a Part
.I nership for the PRACTICE OF LAW AN.D
EQUITY, under the name and stylo of LNDRUM
Mr. Moons will regularly attend the Courts .t
Abboville, and will promptly transact all businers
left in our hands for that District.
G. W. LANDRUM,
J. P. MOORE.
JEdgefield C. H., Jan. 13. t 2
DRS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE,
BEG leave to inform their friends that they have
associated themselves in the practice of Medi
uine in its different branches, as well as continua
their copartnership in the sale of Drugs, Ac.
Ono or both may always be found at their Store,
at any hour of the day or night. The patients of
one will be the patients of both, and will be at
tended by either or both without additional Charge.
A. G. TEAGUE,
T. J. TEAGUE.
April 19th, 1859 tf 15
DR. 11. PARKER, can generally
be found at the Office formerly.
occupied by G. D. Tillman, Esq., and
will be sure to be there during Sale-day week.
March 2, 1859 tf 8
House and Lot for Sale.
will offer my House and Lot In the corporate
I limits of Edgefield Village, on the Columbia
Road, adjoining Lewis Covar and others, at private
sale until the first Monday in December next. If
not sold before, will be sold at public out cry at
the Court House steps on that day.
The Lot contains FOUR ACRES, upon which
is a good two story Dwelling House, containing
six upright rooms, witk fire places. Also, an ex
cellent double Kitchen, with chimney in the mid
dle. and other necessary building,-an excellent.
well of water, two good gardens, &c.
Good time will be given in the payments. For
furtker particulars apply to Mr. P. R. Blalock or
myself. ROSELA BLALOCK.
Sept. 7, 1859 tf 35
Who Wants to Buy?
T 1E Subscriber offers for sale IIIS PLANTA.
T TION, lying two miles West of Edgefield C.
11., immediately on the Plank Road. The said
Seven Hundred and Seventy Acres,
Three Hundred of which are in woods'and heavily
timbered. The Plank Road divides the Land into
two tracts, one containing four hundrcd'and thirty,
and the other three hundred and forty Acres. I
will sell the tracts separately or together, to suit
The plantation is well adapted to raising corn.
cotton, and small grain. The situation is healthy;
nd has a comfortable dwelling and good out
I will sell a bargain in this plice, on accommo.
dating terms. J- B. GRIFFIN.
Sept. 7, 1859 tf 35
T HE Subscriber being unable to
1give his personal attention to his
planting interest, offers for sale his
Lying on Turkey Cree.k, w iles North of Edge.
teld C. HI., containing
Upon this place there is ias good Cotton landi as
aiy in the District-anal bottom lanai that will
urodtce fromn 30 to 80 bushels of Cairn to the
re. The place is in a high state of cultivation.
Uponai it is a framedl Dwelling House, Gin Hoauses
nd all other necessary out buildings.
Also, will be sold with the place,
Twenty-Five Likely Negroes,
Fourten of whem are first class field hands.
Also, Mules, Horses, Cattle, Sheep,
Corn, Fodder, &c.
The above property will lie solad to nu approved
nurchaser upon tean years credit. payable in eqlual
annual instalments, bearing interest fronm date.
Eterprisinig mn, hecre is a chance faar yout.
Aug17 tf 32
LAND FOR SALE.
T IE Subscribers offer foruale that VALLUABLE
TR ACT OF L AND whereon Mr. H. C. Tur
tier resiaded at the timie of his adeath. Thin Tract
is situate on Rocky Creek, about 2 miles from
Rocky Creek Church, 10 miles trout Eadgelielad C.
It., adljoining lands of Mrs. Mathews, Benj. Cog.
*urn and others, and contains
Four hundred and thirty-two Acres,
[alf oif which is native forest-prime oak and
On the premises is a good two Stery Dwelling
with all necessary out--buildings. This lalantation
: well and conveniently watered.
The laud under cultivution is productive.
A Bargain ma~y 1)0 had by early application to
#ferms, to an ayprovedl purchu:er, will be quite
J. C. $MYLY & CO.
Land for Sale.
I will offetr for snlo at public outery, on Tucsdsay
the 18th ay of October. at elevon o'cluck, ..
.al., at moy place near the Cherokee Ponds, a small
Tract of Lund containing 213 Acres,'muore or
ess, adjoining Lands aof N. K. Bauler, Estate of
Mrs. Mary Uightowrer. Win. Howard, and others.
Also at the sameo timeo and place, a lot of Hogs,
Wagon, Furniture nnd Farming Implements, Corn
and Foddsr. ,'c., &c.
W. M. JOSEPJI.
4ug. ' 31. a% -'io
Land for Sale,
Iwish to sell my tract af Land, cantaining One
Hundred ad Fifty Acres; on, haalf
leared and in cultivatin, the other half well timt
bored, with good substantial Buildings, and the
cleared land under gnod fencing. Any person
wishing such a tract of Landi, can be accaomoda
ted by applying to the sutbscriber. The LandI joins
the Land of Thomais Payne, Williamsnon Willhams,
and others. ROLEN R HODES.
Aug. 31, 1859 3t5' 34
Valuable Land for Sale.
W ISHING to move West, I will sell a BA R.
G A IN in my Land, containing
Two Hlundred andi Eighty-Five Acres.
On it is a comfortable Dwelling House, with a new
framed Git House, and all necessary out build
About oite Hundred and Twenty-five Acres,
opened Land-sixty or asity-five, fresh.
Any person'wishing to purchase, will do well to
call soon ana~examine before purchasing elsewhere.
B.3J. L. PER RY.
Perry's X Jloads, Aug. 31, 1859 3t 34
NOTICE is hereby given to all and singular,
Nthe creditors of~ Mrs. Eliznbeth Walling, de
esed, late of Hamburg, S. C., to meet me i h
Offic of the Ordinary, at Edgelield C. HI., on Main
day the 1ith day of October next, for the purpose
of making a Ainal settlement,. Those who fail to
aresent their claimas. must take the consequences.
THiaS. Rt. RHlODJES, Adan'ur.
S ep t. 7, 1859 6 t 3 5
NOTICE- -All persons are cautioned from
L trading for a certain Note given to one R. R.
or . . Pheland, or hearer, f,,r $10, on or about
nl August last, payable 1st 1Nov. 1859, as the con
sduraitn for which said Nate was given; has ut
terly faIled, and I am determined not to pay it un
les compelled by lawr.
JOS. G. SAMUEL.
Sept 7, 185 na st n5
JIB WI1Hl (OE~IAl,
AVING permaently located at Mt. Enon,
six miles from Chappell's Depot, situated on
the Greeuville and Columbia Rail:Roaid,-will give
his entire attention to the treatment of
Persons laboring under derangement of the Ute
rua, Neuralgia, Chronic Rheumatism, Kidney Af
fections, Dyspepsia, Chroni' Diarrhea, Scrofuln,
Indolent Ulcers, Dropsy, Scurvy of Gums, Piles,
&c., &c., are respectfully solioited to givehim a call.
Dr. C. does not propose to cure every case; but,
with the skill derived from a seventeen years Pruc
(ice, he flatters himself to be able to give general
satisfaction, knowing, as he does from experience,
that hundreds are dragging out a miserable exis
tence, whose condition might be permanently re
lieved by judicious treatment.
Numerous.certifncates and references might be
given; but the subscriier regards as the best cer
tificate the speedy and effectual' cure or relief of
each and every patient.
g All patients attended to at their rooms in
any part of the village.
WM. COLEMAN, M. D.
CE RT IF I CAT E S.
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1
EDoEZFIELD DSTRIcT. J
- Da. Wx. CoL.Mx-Dear Sir: My negro wo
man who was confined to the -ouse for some thne,
and unable to attend to any business, and who up
on examination was pronounced to be laboring
under derangement of the uterus, I am glal to
say, has speedily recovered under your treatment.
Youre, with respect,
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. J
Dn. W9. CoLEA-Dear Sir: My girl that was
suffering from disease of the uterus whomn I placed
under your charge, I am proud to say, has been
prowletly cured, and I take great pleasure in re
commending all those laboring under vimilar af
fictions, to give you a call.
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1
Da. Wx. CorzxAx-Decar Sir: My woman, whi
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, R. M. SCURRY.
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. J
Dit. Wn. CoLEmAx-Dear Sir: The negro wo
man I placed under your care, who had dine me
but little or no- service for several mouthr, and whm
upon examination was found to be afilited with a
serious uterus derangement, has been wholly re
lieved, and reports herself permanently cured,
which I have every right to believe is the case.
WM. A. STROTTHER.
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. 5
Da. Wx. CoLmxAz-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 womb, and treated
by you for that ailment, I am pleased to Eay, re
covered forthwith, and has lost no time since from
the former disorder, but has been a very good hand
both with the plow and hoe.
Yours with duo respect,
R. W. PAYNE.
July 6, 1859 4m 26
HEORGIA SIlTE L0TERY,
For the benefit of the
Monticello Union Academy,
OF JASPER COt'NTY, GEORGIA,
Authorized by Special Act of the Le.icdaure.
25828 PRIZES I
MORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO
M'KINNEY & C0,, Maniagers.
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,000.
TICKE TS ONLY $10.
Halves, Quartera and Eighths in proportion.
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN -SEPTEMBER, 1859.
In the City of Savannah, Georgia
Class 35. to be Dr.swn Sept. 3, 1859.
Class 36, to be Drawn Sept. 10,"
-Class 37, to be Drawn Sept 17, "
Class 38, to be Drawn Sept. 24, "
I Prize of $00,000 is....................$0,001'
I " 20,000. .is.................... 20,000
I " 10,0010 is...................... 11,001
I " 5.000 i3...................... 5,0t
I " 4,10001....................... 4,001
I " 3,000 i9...................... 3,001
I " 2,000 is...................... 2,001
1 " 1,500) is.................. ,0
I " 1,1010 is...................... 1,101
5 Prizes of 1,000ar........ ,OI
10 " 500 ae....... ,11
2 " 4100ac......... 81
2 " 300ar....... . 61
2 " 200ar......... 4(
50 " 150ar........ ,01
100 " 0 ......................,. ,101~
10 3are................. ,401
100 " ~ 85 are.................. 8,500
4 Prizes of $200 Ap'x'g to $60,000 Prize arc S801'
4 " 150 " " 20,000 " 601'
4 " 125 " " 10,100' " 501
4 " 100 " " 5,000 " 400
8 " 80 " " 4,000 " 641
8 " 60 " " 3,000 " 481
8 " 50 " " 2,000 " 401
8 " 40 " " 1,500 " 321
400 " 20 " " 100 " 8,1101
25,000 8 200,00tl
25,28 Prizes amounting to.............306,041l
CMnTIrICATE OF PACKAGIs will be sold at thc
following rates, which is the risk :
Certiicate of Packages of 10 Whole Tickett, $60
* '10 IIhdi " 30.
" " 10 Qjunrter " 15
S " 10 Eighth " 7.51
ORDERING TICRETS 01R CERTIFICATES,
Enclose the money to our maddres.< tur the ticket.
ordered, on receipt of which they will be f.,rwardle.
by first mail. Purchasers cnn b::ve tickets endinI:
in any figure they may designate.
The list of drawn nutubers and pize will be
sent to purchasers immeidiately after the dlrawing
NorteE To Connts:-oYDENTs.-Those who pre.
fer not sending money by mail, can use
THlE EXPRESS COMPANIES,
wheeby money for Tickets, in sums of -Ten Dol.
tars and upwards, canu be sent us
AT OUR RISK AND EXPENSE,
frem any city or town where there is ::n Express
ffice. The money and order must be enclosed in' a
Gorernnt Post Ojire Stomnped Enrelope,
or the Express Companies cannot receive them.
All communications strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates, by Mail or
Express, to he directed to
McKINNEY & CO.,
A uig. 24, 1859 ly
TO BE IhELD IN
Q I-A.R LE ST 0 BT ,
NOVEMBER 15th, 1859.
COMPETITION 0OP E N TO ALL.
FAIR FOR TIlE PROMOTION OF
ART, MECHANICAL INGENUITY
AT THaln LARGE ANDb iCoMIiOi10iii uB':LDING iN
rTE eiTv OP eHARLESTON, S. C.,
Commencing oni Tuesday, Nov. 15, 1859
UTABLE PRE31IlMS WILL BE GIVEN
: or the best specimens in Art, Mechsnism and
tr branches of Industry ; also for Cotton, Rice,
S5ugar, Tobacco, Corn, Wheat, Rye, Oati, Pota
toes, and other Agricultural Products.
The Ladies, to whom the Institute is so much
indebted, are respectfully informed that suitable
Premiums wjill be provided by the Committee, and
awarded for the best specimens in every, depart.
mnent of Ladies' work.
ALL ARTICLES entered for Premiums, must
e sent in on or before FRIDAY, the eleventh day
of November. next, directed to the care of Mr.
THOMAS AIMER, Clerk of the South Carolina
nstitute, Charleston. Articles may be sent after
that day for exhAibition ony
CONTRIBUTORS TO THE FAIR
Are respectfully requested to send full descriptions
of the articles, and such general information as
may be of use to the Judges, and suitable for pub
lication. Every attention will be paid to all ar
tide sent for exhibition.
Ag. 24 , 186 f 33
(succassons To cL..rin:'& norA.)
DE.ALERS I -
Boots, Shboes, Trunks, &c.,
23 Eroad-Street, Augusta,- Ga.
WE would resjectfully return our thanks to
.the Citizens of Edgefield for tboivy-ibcr
al pationage whieh they have besatweori.und
wopudsoliilt a continusnen of their We
will use- every exertion to give ratisfaeton .those
A ho will favyor us with a call.
Our GOODS are all made to o 0er.by the best
Manufactures. - Our stock of --
Negro BROGANS -and House
will be very larginnd-coqmplete.
.. WM. S. ROYAL.
Augusta, Aug. 31, 1859. 2m 34
For Planters 1'iirciising Manures!
Cotton, Wheat, Corn, and
BESIDES-ALL ROOT CRlOP8.
T HIS celebrated und Standard Manure, whicL
is fully warranted and sold under a LEGAL
0 UARAI TEE. can be had of
.. A. ANSLEY & CO.,
Agenfs for Manufactuies,
At KW. 300-Biad Street|'nydir4p,.G
Who will sell at Mnuufnclurers Prices, Forty-fivo
Dollars per Ton, with shipping expenses added.
Pamphlets, giving dircetions fur use, sent by
mail, if desired.
Augusta, Aug. 31 185 tf 34
T UE underuigned have foried a Curnrineraihip
ias Wholeale nud Retain Dealer,. in DOMES
TIC. HARDWARE, -STOVES. GRATES and
R ANGES, -HOUSE FURNIS-ING 0 0 0 D S,
Brass, Copper, Zinc, Tin Plated:WARE, Tiners'
TOOLS, &:., &c.
They hope, by strict personal attention fO busi
ness, to merit and to receive a share of the pat
ronage of the public generully.
E. T. BUCKMASTER,
WM. C. DERRY,
Ku. 151 Broad street,
one door below Macanic's sank.
August:, Aug. 24, 1859 tf .,33
NO. 151 -BROAD STREET,
ONE DOOR BELOW TIlE NECHANIC'S BANK.
At the well known Stand so long occupic-d by the
late Mr. D. F. CHEw.
TIN WA.mml, ASNI
HOUSE KEEPING ARTICLES,
Stoves, Grates and Ranges,
TINNER3' MACHINES AND TOOLS,
WOOD -MD WILLOW WARE,
Hydranis, Pumps, Block Tin,
LEAD, COPPER, AD GALVANIZED
Plated aid Planiishled Ware!
Our stock of COOKING STOVES is very com
plete,. embracing all. the. popular. Styles
now in ue, and.represeutingfnto
* less thni '18 diffe-rent
Manufactured in Augusta, and the Celebraited
STEWART STOYE !
Augusta, Aug. 24, 18S9. tf . 33
1859 Spring and Sumimer Styles. 1S59
lnaon.ic Ihail Aeuilding,
244 BROAD S'T., AUGUSTA, GA.
?EO. WV. FERRY has now in store thec
~7largest and best aseortmtent of SPRING) AYID
SIhlMEl R OODA in his line, to be found in this
market. Coneistinag of
Eeebe & Coo.. an.l Tradoe Sile Moleekin HA TS;
Black ando Faniey' Coho're 'o.nimeore
Amerienon and. French Felo~t liatsqf every variety
oaf St r~e andl Color i
White, Binek, Brown and Silver Leghorn 31.\TS;
.0 - " SewedlStraw"
Panama and Palm Leaf HAiTS;'
Yunth's and1 Choildren's Fncy hA TS. great varziy ;
Ladies' Silk, Straw, Lace and Chip U;ONNETS:
Ladies' and Misses Leghoorn ad Straw lDLtOOM
ERS. every variety of style nd eolor;
Shaker lifODS-all sizes:
Infant's TURBANS and HATS-new styles;
UMBR ELLAS of all varieties-very cheap;
This stock for variety and beauty of styles, is
unequalled in this maerket, aonI the prices cannot
but be satisfactory. pD- Call and Sec.
Augusta, Mhatch 22, if 1
State of Southi Carolina,
lenj. Waulo and Jous. N. iposeembeo
Ex'ors of Juhn Lipscombe, dee'd. -[
Johin TLigh, .\. Bushnell, and Ra'oia
?oI. Fuller. )
USDERL an oder 'of the Court- in tnis enure. I
will sell at Eodgetieldl Couort H-ou,oo on th~e int
.l.,nda~y in October necxt. ,he Tracet o~f Lande on
whichl the DefdantOt. A. luhmalii~l. no0w lives, to
satisfy a muortgnoge hldl by the Executors otf .ln
Lipscomheo, deceased. Tlermos. I'aosh.
.\ug. :;o, 1859. - - .t
S AVE YOUR ItAGS !--Wanteod at this Of-..
lieu 10,0100 lbs. CLEAN Liuen unod Cotton
July 6, 15 6 tf 2r,
AMedicinal use e:,' gi 'un-. ure, and of oour
own importation. and -:-' ::nnenIn -enurcgohv /.
Hamburg May A. .
TH~fE diutrib~uts.- - .oU
.Burnett, dcce:,owi. n .ore9 r -.. -~ .- .e:
final settlcment of taio Eetoo:e will o. 5. '- 50l
Ordinary's Office ni Eoplds~co C',;rt J., r- ..
Tuesdtoy the eighthll duny 'of . vpnl-cr n.x'. .' nd
sil d'istrihutees aore 1.cre nso-f V.- :,ot . l.o
undrsignedi for thaet It; r.-::: 1.e: timoe no pinreol
July 27. 1S~ no 29
BACON, LARI) AND FLOUR.
I N Store a chnice suppl oof ] ACON, LARD
and FLOUR, which will he sold at reasonable
prices for cash.D. R. DURISOE.
July 27 tf ' 29
TrIS T received a large lot of C HO0I CE TO0
tB A C C 0, direct from the Factoryv of CoL.
Peter Penn, of Vrirginir., o:,mprising the following
- ORONOCO, .
NO. 1, and
A. FI3Nf LOT OF SEGA.RS.
For sale 1,y E. 3f. PE NN.
Aug 2- tf3
Prunes, Figs, Currants, Raisins.
UST received a FRESH eply of CHOICE
0FIGS, 'RAISINS, PRUNES, CUR
CANTS, CITRON, &c.
For salo cheap by D. R. DURISOE.
Aug24 f - '
Pickling Vinegar, Spices, &c.
A FULL. assortment now on. band. *Send on
.ly our orders and they shall be filled prcom
ly and at che-:p prices. D .DRSE
Aug 2. tf 33
~E would say call arfa geta GOOD SEGAR for
Vthe samte pric'e you have been accustomed
to ay for an ordinary one. We have -all prices
an qaltioa, and always plasse our customers.
- - CANDEE A McEWEN.
.TaeB it -2