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Augusta. Call and see him.
Augusta, Ga., Nov 30
J. E. TUNGER,
Successor to E. Tweedy,
H AS now in Store a large Stock of FINE GOLD
Of celebrated makers. Also. a Rich variety of
Sets of CORAL, CA31EO AND LAVA in
Etruscan and fine Gold.
DIAMONDS, RUDY and GARNET in Pins,
Rings and Ornameuts.
A great variety of GOLD FINGER RINGS,
BREASTPINS, EAR RINGS. Watch KEYS,
CHA RMS, Neck, Vest and Fb CAINS:
U. S. Mint Standard (f Solid Silver SPOONS
and FORKS, fancy Sets;
LADLES.GOBLETS. CUPS. THIMBLES.&tc.;
FANCY GOODS in great variety suitable fur
Fine Silver Plated CASTORS. CAKE BASKETS,
CANDLE STICKS. Double Plated SPOONS and
FORKS, BUTTER KNIVES, &c.
Cheap Pocket KNIVES for Boys, and a lar7P ats
sortment of FINE PEN and POCKET CUTLERY
which cannot be undl;s .1; also DIRK and UOWlE
Csolt's, Remsinvton and Allen's IEPEATllS,
Single Barrel P'ISTOLS;
B'ELTS, CAPS, &c., int fine variety.
M1y asssortment is complete in Gobl. Silver and
Steel Frames. And I casn suit any sight and psro
long good visionl to old age.
I have a greater variety and a larger number
than the whole market can show, and at prices
fromSI1,50) to S30 each, warranted pserfect time
LAMPS AND K~EROSENE OIL,
Pure, at S1,25 per Gallon.
CLOOKS,. WATCHES and MUSICAL BOXES
faithfully repaired at the lowest rates and war
Augusta, Nov 30 tf 7
J. C. DAWSON, Ageunt,
Jarvis & Baker's Island
Gr -La. a, n. O
Fronm the South Pacific Ocean,
IMPORTED BY THE
AMERICAN GUANO CO11PAN~Y,
T IS Guano, far supericr to any other Fertil
lizer known, and of PERMANENT VALUE
to the soil, is sold at THIR TY PERt CEN T less
than Peruvian Guano. Its peculiar natural com
bination of the Phosphates and Suiphates of
Lime, enables it to restore to the soil the proper
ties lost by constant cropping, and the PlIan.ter,
will be enabled not merely to reap from its use a
present crop, but find his land at the end of the
season, healthier and stronger, requiring a less
amount of Guano for the next planting.
This Guano feeds, but does not stimulate to ex
cess, the roots of plants, and they are thereby
enabled to withstand the effects of drouth to a
greater degree than by the use of any other fer-.
tillizer known. The universal objoetion to the use
of Peruvian Guano, from its fatal results during
a dry season, is obviated by the use of the A meri
The application of this Guano, 75 to. 100 pounds
per acre, will ensure wonderful erops df Cotton,
Corn, Wheet, Rye, Tobacco, Vegetables, &c.
For full information anti reports of succes~ul
experi ments with this Guano, together with pam.
phosfor distribution, apply to
J. C. DAWBON, Agent,
Pamphlets will be sent gratis to all persons de
HE Is ALSO AGENT
C OLUJM BIA N
BROWN lMEXICAN A A
For full particulars of these FERTILIZElRS
together with psamphlets, containing Analysis and
No. 2, Warren Block, Augusta.
Nov. 23, 1850) tf 4
J.. Co. DArwSon,
Sole Agent for Georgia and South Carolina.
T TIE unde.rsignedl has in store a cargo of 1100
t'sns of GUANO, from an Island just dlis
covered, and fromu which no Guano has ever bseen
impotrted until this season, and he is dessirssus that
all Farmers shounld give it a fair anud impairtial
trial, andi report results.
This Mafanure is fon in canves 2001 feet abosve
the sea, consequently is free frsonsksandl ands coral,
rich in Phosphates, and cosntaining suflicient Am
mnonia tis give quic'k growth to, anty plant.
The asnalysis, bsy one of thsi best chemists in
this country, is as5 felohws: Si s." Jil0 pe vent of
bone P'thshate of' Lime, less than I per cent. of
sanfd. withs U7 tom l per cent ofl Sulphusirie Acid,
and noi Carbsonate of Lime. It is dry, tinsely p~ul
verize.d, free frsom lumps, andi constains esnousgh
A mmsnonia to stimutate the plant writhousst any asd
szixtusre of' other aussures. It is nost a Mlinerldi
Guano, like the Snbdrero or Navass. lust ths.
pures excrement of birds, andi all the Phspjhmnrie
-Acid it contains, is ini combination with Limie.
Price S.10 per ton.
A A BROWN MEXICAN GUANO
Said to be very fine. Price $31 pier ton.
J. C. DAWSON.
Augusta, Nov. 23, 1859 If 46
S AVE YOUR RAGS 1..-Wanted at this Of
fice 10,000 lbs. CLEAN Liuea and Cotton
T.IJ1 RaO S 9 # 9A
'J AND RETAIL DEALER
CK TIES, SUSPENDERS, &C,
iand at his NEW STORE, No. 238, Broad Street, the
tyles of READY-MADE CLOTHING and
I'S FURNISH fIG GOODS.
kow them to the Readers of the dvertiser when they visit
SUPERIOR TO PERUVIAN GUANO !
FOR COTTON, TOBACCO, WHEAT, CORN, &c.
Composed of Dried Blood, Bones, Sulphuric Acid, Perivian Guano and Sul.
phate of Ammonia.
One kundred pounds of the Nitrogenised Super.Phosphate will equal in effect and
lasting powers, One hundred and Eighty-five pounds of the best Peruvian Guano.
Produces TKSAvisa Bo..s oF Corrox, and greater WEIGHT OF WHEAT and other
Gragi, per bushel, than Peruvian Guano. It also PREVEN'rs RUST.
The following are among the numerous Certificates received
by Prof, J. J, lMapes,
COLUMBTA, S. C., Sept. 20, 1850.
J1. J. MAPEs, Esq.-Deur Sir: I have very great leasure in writing you touching
the efl'ects of your Supcr-Phosphate ot' Lime on our Cotton crop. Hanving tested it
atgainstfnur other preparattionis, and the app~earncee of the plant is most hopeful and
promising as regards a large and remunerating yield. I feecl certain your manure
wvill give fromi cne hundred to one hundred anid thirty pounds of Cotton more per
ace than any other preparation.
It is a remarkable facet that no Rest is scen on the plant where your Manure has
been used, while others show rust more or less; and this is especially the case where
Guano has been used.
And last, though not least, as regards the Planter's interest, I feel certain that
Cotton, from Super-Phosphate, will wreiqh much heavier than from any other prepara
tion; in this particular I believe that Phosphates are destined to work the greatest
possible beneficial revolution in the Cotton growing States of the South.
The plants look most vigorous and luxurious, sonme being six fet high, and hold
ing from 80 to 110 bolls to each stalk. I amn very truly, H. LOMAS.
TIhe N. (7. Dispatch, MaIrch, 1859.-" My Wheat crop grown upon Guano,
weighed but fifty-three potunds, while that grown upon Mapes' Phosphates of Lime
weighed fifty-nine to sixty-one pounds per bushel."
DA RIEN, CT., Sept. 27th, 1859.
I know of nto other Manure that is as good for the Garden or other crops, so far
as I have tried it, as Mapes' Nitrogcnized Super-Phosphate of Lime. I deem it
better than the best of Guano. Yours, respecti'ully, NAT'L WEED.
(GiOrders for the above Fertilizer promptly filled by HI. & N. E. S000MON,
Hamburg, S. 0.
Circulars giving directions for use, testimonials, &c., sent gratis.
Price per Ton in Hiamburg, $56.
Nov 1 8mh 43
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF L.IME.
Single Ton of 2000 Lbs.---- -- --$50,00
5 or more Tons,---- -- -- -- --$45,00
INEVAEA ISLAN~D. IN TUE CARIBBEAN SEA.
1 to 5 tons of 2240 Lbs.---- - ---$37,00
6 tol10 " " "--"--- -- --$3550
There has been excellent reports of this Guano from various
qu.arters, when mixed with one-third of Peruvian Guano.
H. & N. E. SOLOMON,
.Agents for the above.
Uamburg, Nov. 16l, 1 859 tf 45
J. L. MIMS JIiENG&ON
Superintendant at ivery Stables PI O F RT S
IN REAR OF U. S. IIOTrEL, 3lSisoeofteODTEtbismnf
AUGUSTA, GA. tokn nticotyadtesilmi
fAVING hought the Stables formerly occupiedtrnherSPE CYITEMAK.
byW .A RCHER & CO., would be pleascdeydauatr butFRYPAO
for all visitors to Augusta to call and have theirweanaruabetsplyhedmdfo
Horses WEULL ATTENDED to.th.
I bnve three comm~odious MULE LOTS. ThyheItdnAgcyntisCyfoabu
Always ha:ve on hando HORSES, CA RRIAGES tit erweetosnso hi ntuet
and 1IU(GilE:t to hirc us good as in the City. br. ensl oteetr aifcino vr
Can and oblige yours. ~ irbs
WILLIAM E. SIKES. Jinm aeh ,e iJkra r oe
Nov 23 tf 4fl
T_____d_ teb N teo Account__ __ _ __ __ _ titooud y TaA.ng A ens t pron.h
Tea-unueerthetioA. ,e.s&oT.tha.theypareaetting on
to. to lmy the .-ame without dlelaoy. We want the Tegnie &So. in aesml
moneov,-andl have not the inc'lination to jgive fur- hokrog Inoaintefngrlorad
ohe i'ndul.en.. Throre~ those wh oL tbeiren o n ulo h oudtgbad
owing n- t..r one. two undo three yeaors,(ndsm
even, longe~r.) woulid dlu us :o raovor by pnaying up IIuetn oeAec orAgsao lIK
now :.iandlt ,rifl I, t y.,ne initrto to, do0 50. L t~ ~ ,as ep o ad afl s
Take warning--we aore in, eaLrnest. srmit(fterPao o aea
A. ii. & T. J. TEA U UE.
INov. 2:i 185. tf46Fatr Pics
COPtA R TNEI I RNlPNTIE.-hun
thol:rsigned,. I having assocoiateud themaseivos in Clansethmborprcsiad
tine Mercanitile buin~zess at Kirkcsey's N Roiads, wl o ueno obyo elaso oued
under the name and style of RoUNTRHAE &yo
MIOILEY, wnold saty to their k'rienods, aond the taeio gns
public generally, that by strict attention to busi- CAtE ALN
nes, they hope to merit a libergl share of public ,~'CJ~jot
patronage. Thme business of the firm will odate .S- aeohrPAO o ae n
from Dcc. 1st 1859. W. D. RLoUNTR EE, fl tc fOI~IVOIS COtE
S. G1. MOBLEY. ONMSAc
I~i ebtel t theE-tto o Ja. U.0. ilkiIon is dete to the LES~TAfe Msayliseso
as inoo aspraticl'l; ad al thse avig d-Iallhein d lins athisutr a d he yd will reain
,oonol aaint sidEstte il boe~cthemto temk ind prerl uattetd atordingl the leand.o
theundr~indTuleytesedaveodinatolawa C M.nc MnthsAiyfrabu
thirtyhAy.arsRwhereo thusnd ofT thEir rns
41 v nsold tth enire saifcto f vr
WOOD, EDDY & 00'S
Capital Prize, $100,000!
NEARLY 1 PRIZE TO EVERY 9 TICKETS!
THE EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS
of Wood, Eddy & Co.'s Single N6mber Lotteries
will take in public, under the Superintendence of
Sworn Commisioners, at Augusta, Georgia, as
Class 47 Draws Saturday, Nov. 19, 1859.
Class 51 Draws Saturday, Dec. 17, 1859.
Class 56 Draws Saturday, Jan. 21, 1860.
Class 60 Draws Saturday, Feb. 18, 1860.
To take place as abovo specified.
1 Grand Prize of $100,000 !
1 Prize of...$50,000 1 Prize of.....$5,000
1 ". 30,000 1 " . 5,000
1 "....... 15,000 20 Prizes of.... 2,000
1 ". 10,000 100 " ......... 1,000
I " ....... 5,000 ;100 " ......... 500
1 " ....... 5,000 110 " ......... 400
1 " ....... 6,000 150 " ......... 300
4 Prizes of $600 Ap'x to $100,000 are $2,400
4 " 500 " " 50,000 " 2,000
4 " 400 " " 30,000 " 1,600
4 " 300 " " 5,000 " 1,200
4 " 200 " " 10,000 " 800
20 " 100 i " 5,000 " 2,000
5,000 Prizes of $20 are........................100,000
5,520 Prizes amounting to..............8615,000
Whole Tickets $20, Halves $10, Quar
ters 95, Eighths $1,50.
THE ORDINAR DRAWINGS
of Wood Eddy & Co.'s Lotteries will take place at
Augusta, Georgia, as follows
Class 45 Draws on Saturday, Nov. 5, t59.
Class 46 Draws on Saturday, Nov. 12, 959.
Class 48 Draws an Saturday, Nov. 26, '50.
Class 49 Draws on Saturday, Dec. 3, '59.
Class 50 Draws on Saturday, Dec. 10, '59.
Class 52 Draws on Saturday, Dec. 24 '59.
Class 53 Draws on Saturday, Dec. 31, '59.
Class 54 Draws on Saturday, Jan. 7, '60.
Class 55 Draws on Saturday, Jan. 14, '60.
Class 57 Draws on Saturday, Jan. 28, '0.
To take place as above spoecified.
One Grand Prize of $59,000,
I Prize of......I..10,000 1 Prize of ........ 1,500
1 it . .......... 10,099 50 Prizes.of......... . P"
I . ....... 5,000 10 ......... 400
1 " "......... 4,000 100 " " ......... 3?,
I ". ". .......... 8,(00 ) " ......... 10
100 " "......... 1jo
4 Prizes of $400 Approx'at'g to $50,000 Prize are $1,600
4 " " 800 " 20000 "6 "6 1,200
4 "6 " 250 " 10,000 ".. 1.000
4 i " 225 " " 5,000 " " 900
4 "t " 20') " " 4,000 " "' 800
4 " " 150 " 6 8,000 " " 600
4 t " 101) "1 "1 1,500 " '" 400
5000 " " ,20 are........................... 100,000.
5,485 Prizes amounting to...............320,000
WHOLE TICKETS $10; HALV
WOOD, EDDY &
Grand Extraordinary Drawings,
ON THE THREE NUMBER PLAN!
Caital Prize $100,000!
Takes place on the Last Saturday in each Month.
Whole Tickets $20, Halves $10, Quarters
$5. Eighths $2,50.
IN ORDERING TICKETS OR CERTIFICATES, en
close the money to our address for the Tickets ordered,
on receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail.
Purchasers can have Tickets ending in any dgure they
The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to
purchasers immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and
give their Pobt Oflee, County and State.
All prizes of $1,000 and under, paid immediately after
the drawing-other prizes at the usual time of thirty days.
NOTICE TO 00ERESPONDENTS.-ThOse who pre
fer not sending money by mail, can use TILE ADMS
XPRESS CoMPANY, whereby monety for Tickt-ta, in
ums of Ten Dollars, and upwards, can be sent AT OU -
[ISK AND EXPENSE, from any city or town where,
hey hai e an office. The money and order must be'
uenloted in a " Gover'nment P'ost 01n1ee Stamp~ed Envel
pe," or the Express Company cannot receive them.
All communications strictly counidential.
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to
WOOD, EDDY & CO., Augusta, Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Atlanta, Ga.
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Wilmington, Del.
2~i0 A list of the numbers that are drawn from
the wheel, with the amount of the prize that each
one is entitled to, will be published after overT
drawing, in the following papers :-A ngunsta (Ge.o.)
Cntitutionalist, .ifobilc Register, Nashville Ga
ette, Richmond Diapatch,, Puldinig (Jian.) Clari
on, Newo York Herald and Newo York Times.
Oct. 25, 1859 tf 42
GEQBlGIA 8!A E i(Vff HY,
For the benefit of the
OF J ASPBR ovxrr, Goo1OA,
Authorized by Special .Act of the Le'gislature.
MORE TIHAN ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO
J'KINNEY & C0,, Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,000s
TICKETS ONLY $10.
Halves, Quarters and Eighths in proportion.
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN NOVEMBER, 1859.
In the City of Savannah, Georgia.
Class 44, to be Drawn Nov. 5, 1859.
Class 45, to be Drawn Nov. 12,"
Cass 4,to be Drawn Nov. 19, "
Class 47, to be Drawn Nov. 26, "
Clas48, tobe Drawn Dec. 3,"
1 Prize of $80,000 is.....................$60,000
1 " 20,000 .is.................... 20,000
1 " 10,000 1i...................... 10,000
1 " 5,000 is...................... 5,000
1 " 4,000 is...................... 4,000
1 " 3,000 as...................... 3,000
1 " 2,000 i8...................... 2,000
1 " 1,500 is.....................- 1,500
I " 1,100 Is...................... 1,100
5 Prizes of 1,000ar.. ..... 5,0
10 " 500 ae....... ,0
2 " 400 ae........ 0
2 " 300 ae........ 0
2 " 200 ae........ 0
50 " 150ar....... 7,0
100 " 0...................... ,00
10 5are.................. ,500
PrIzes of $200 Ap'x'g to $60,000 Prize are $800
4 " 150 " " 20,000 " 600
4 " 125 " " 10,000 " 500
4 " 100 " " 5,000 " 400
S ". 80 " " 4,000 " 640
S " 60 " " 3,000 " 480
8 " 50 " " 2,000 " 400
S " 40 " " 1,500) " 320
400 " 20 "~ " 100 " 8,000
25,000 8 200,000
25,828 Prizes amounting to...............$366,040
CERTIFICATE oF PAcKAaxs will be sold at the
following rates, which is the risk :
Certifiate of Packages of 10 Whole Tickets, .-S0
" 10 Half " 30
" " 10 Quarter " 15
S " 10 Eighth " 7.50
RDERING TICKETS OR C.ERTIFICATES,
Enclose the money to our address for the tickets
ordered, on receipt of which they will be forwarded
by frst mail. Purchasers can have tickets ending
in any figure they may designate.
The list of drawn numbers and prizes wilt be
sent to purchasers immediately after tho drawing.
Noniex TO Conatesp~oxnas-r.-Thtose who pre
fer not sending money by mail, can use
THE EXPRESS COMPANIES,
whereby money for Tickets, in sumis of Ten Dul
mrs and upwards, can 1be sent tus
AT OURL RISK AND EXPENSE,
from any city or town where there is an Express
Offie. The money and order mnust be eneloedl in a
Govrn~menat Post OJice Stamped Encelo.pe,
or the Express Comnpanie.a annot reeive them.
All communiclations strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets or Certilicates, by Mail or
Express, to be directed to
MeKINNEY & CO.,
Oct. 25, 1859 ly 42
LIL persons having demands against the Es
tate of AmOnI Lindsey, dece'd., aro requested
o presnt themi to the undiersigned duly attested,
ma they are requestod to furnish the Executor
wit a true copy of their respective elains, im or
ter that ho may know how mouch of the property
it will be necessary to tell to pay the debts of taid
Estate. And thoso indebted to said Estate are re
questod to make immediate payment.
'M. PRAZIER, Ex'or.
JunZ.= 1859RK. tr 25
VALUABLE REAL ISTATE
T HE Subscriber offers for ale that VALUA.
BLE PROPERTY known as the
Together with the STABLES attached thereto.
The HOTEL has Eighteen good- Rooms, ten of
which have fire places. At present this House
has a good run of custom.
Any one wishing to engage in the business of
Hotel-keeping will do vell to call and examine
If not disposed of before, it will be sold at
public outcry on the first Monday in January next.
AF-Terms made known on that day.
Nov 23 tf 40
A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
TIIE ~Undersigned, to change the investment,
.3. in part, offers for sale his place situate on the
Plank Road, 4 miles from Edgefield C. 11., 17 from
Aiken, and 22 from lamburg, containing
More or less, 430 of which are mostly fresh cleared
ind all in a high state of culture.
The DWELLING is a well-constructed two Sto
ry framed building, having 10 Rooms-firo place
to each-and a Piaza on three sides.
There are six Double Negro Houses, (framed)
exclusive of Double Kitchen, Overseer's Settle
mont, Gin House, Shops, Barns, and every build
ing needed on a Plantation, mostly new and in
There is in the nelosure a Well and a fine
Spring near by, ad the placeo is otherwise well
watered, having a good site fior a abuall Overshot
Mill, and good streams for Fish Ponds.
The soil is sandy nud free, with a clay subsoil,
and is well adapted to the culture of Corn and
Cotton, and produces small grain well for sandy
The residence is healthful and beautiful, and its
proximity to the Village and Market makes it al
together one of the most desirable in this section
It has three other desirable building sites, two
on the Plank and one on the Chappell Road, and
can be divided into three or four desirable Tracts
with cleared land on each.
TERMS-About one-third Cash-the remainder
on long credit, on bonds well secured-interest
payable annunlly. M. L. BONHIAM.
Nov. 9, 1859 4t 44
. LAND FOR SALES
T HE Subscribers offer forsale that VALUABLE
TRACT OF LAND whereon Mr. If. C. Tur
ner resided at the time of his death. This Tract
is situate on Rociy Creek, about 2 miles from
Rocky Creek Church, 10 miles from Edgefield C.
H., adjoining lands of Mrs. Mathews, Benj. Cog
burn and others, and contains .
Four hundred and Ithirty-two Acres,
Half of which is native forest-prime oak ad
On the premises is a good two Story Dwelling
with all necessary out-buildings. This plantation
is well and conveniently watered.
The land under cultivation is productive.
A Bargain may bo had by early application to
' Terms, to an approved purchaser, will be quite
J. C. SMYLY A CO.
Ang 3 tf 30
LAND FOR SALE.
THE Subscriber offers for sale his REALLY
DESIRABLE PLACE, 14 miles North-West
of Edgefield C. H., on the Five Notch Road.
and in the immediate neighborhood of Gilgal
Eight Hundred Acres,
More or less, about 250 or 300 Acres of which is
in a fine state of cultivatiin,-mostly fresh land.
The halance is forest land and old fields, thickly
set with pines of various sizes, and other growth
that is well calculated to restore it to its wonted
vigor; and all highly susceptible of a high state
There are on the plane a good Dwelling, Gin
House and Serew, Negro Cabins, mostly new, a
fine well of water, besides various springs of pure
and lasting water, conveniently interspersed over
Those desirous of purchasing such a place would
do well to examine immnediately, as I am deter..
mined to sell, and will give a rreat bargain.
Oct. 12, 185 0 tf 40
Land for Sale.
A S I propose moving West, I offer my Land
t.for sale, in one Tract, lying on the Plank
ituad, eight miles from Edgefield C. H., contain
ing Three Hundred and Fifty Acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of G. W. Jones
and 13. H. Miller.
On the Plantation there is a good Dwelling
House-eight comfortable rooms-Negro Houses,
framed buildings, new Gin House and Screw. All
the out-bnildings are new and the plantation in
fine condition. JAS. L. MAT1IIS.
Oct26 tf 42
Beech Island Land for Sale.
I offer for sale my LOWL AND PLA CE, on the
Savannah River, consisting of ab~out FOUR
H UNDRED ACRES, and hounded by lands of
Thos. S. Miller, Mrs. MI. Mills, D. J1. Walker, and
the Savannah River.
For terms, &c., apply to Thos. S. Miller or
John I. Miller of Beech Island.
B3. N. MILLER.
Oct. 5, 1859 tf 30.
D'ANTIGNAC & HUBBARD,
Whlolesale oad Retail Dealers in
SUGARS, COFFEE, TEAS,
BAGGING, ROPE, POWDER, SHOT, LEA D
GROCERIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION.
NO. 292 BRO AD-ST., A UGUST.A, G A.
The Cheapest, Safetest and bbst Light
Will not explode, and is safer than Candles.
K EROSENE OIL gives a light eleven thousand
six hundred and sixty-four (11,604) times
more intense than Sperm Oil.
To produe the same amount of light as from
one gallon of Kerosene Oil at $ 1,40 per gallon,
8 Gallons of Burning Fluid, at 75 eta. 6,00)
2* Gallons of Sperm Oil, " 1,50 4,13
3s Gallons of Lard Oil, " 1,25 4,68
18 Pounds of Sperm Candles, " 45 8,10
45 Pounds of Tallow " " 10 4,50
We have also in Store at moderate prices, Ker
osene L amps, which will produce a light equal
to three Sperm Candles, at the cost of one quarter
of a cent per hour. Call and see them.
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.
Hamburg, Oct. 12, 1850 12t 40
The World's Renowned Wonder!
No South, North, East or West!
BL AMES N0 SECTION!
But Stands on the mighty Watch Towver
of the Universe to give Relief to
the Suffering World!
Doctor Martin's Great Remedy!
pi For sale by Capt. JAMES CALLISON,
Shatterfield, S. C.
R. L. GENTRY, Atrt.
Hamburg, Aug 15 Cm 82,
H AVING purchased the Grocery Store owned
iby Arthur & McCnllough, and recently re
plnished the stock, I an now preparedl to farnish
my friends and patrons with any article they may
desire in the
I have in Store, and receiving a 1r0s of Bacon,
1,000 POUNDS OF TENNESSEESHfOULDERS;
Lard, Sugar, Coffee, Ric; Fresh Dairy Cheese :
Maccaroni; Buckwheat Flour; Syrupt fri~sh Po
tatoes; Sardines, Lobsters, C,,ve Gysterm, Fresh
Salmons, &c., Pickles; Northern Unbibage; Ap
pes, Oranges, Onions; California Lemon Soda
and Butter Crackers ; Cordials of all kinds ; Bran
dy Peaches, Cherries, &c.
W. T. GO 013-N0.
Nov. 15" si 45
F INAL NOTICE.--As I nan in the act of
leavin gfor the Wesat, and will not return
before the 20th or Decembler, all persons~ indebted
to me are requested to se ttle their aecounts be
tween that time and the 10th of January.
WV. M. BURT.
Nov2 t 40
N OTICE.--All persons inidebited to the Es
tate of Dr. U. C. Cuuningham, dee'dl., will
pease come forwardl and :make ::nmediate pay
ment; and all having claims against said Estate
will present, them properly attested.
WM. MILL, Ex'or.
Nraaa... Ju-. nla 1859.1y2n
Has just received additional supplies "i
Among which are
J. CROSSLEY & SONS'
LATEST PATTERNS OF
Velvet and Brussels
Of rich and tplandil styles. which caniot he found
in any other Carpet House in the city. Persons
wishing to putrehase
Are respectfully invited to examine the assortment
before purchasing ehsowhere. as they will be ould
at LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE
OFFERED IN THIS CITY, and at lower prices
than they can be ordered from the Northern citier,
adding the expense of freight.
Carpets Cut and Made to Fit Rooms.
Also, a very large supply of
STAPLE & FANCY
Embracing the Latest Styles of Lailies' DRESS
GOODS; Ladies' Cloth and Velvet CLOAKS.
F.MBROIDERED LACE AND MUSLIN
CORNICES & CURTAIN BANDS
Also, a large supply of English and American
N E G R O BLANKETS.
With almost every atticle of DRY OODS re
rjuired for Family or Plantation uso, and ahich
will be sold at the lowest prices. The public are
respectfully requested to call and examine the as
Augusta, Nov. 9, 1859 tf 44
For Planters Purchasing Miinures
Colon, Wheal, Corn, and
BESIDES ALL ROOT CROPS,
T IIS celebrated and Standard Manure, which
is fully warranted and sold under a LEGAL
GUARANTEE, can be had of
J. A. ANSLEY r CO.,
Agents for Manufacturers,
At Xo. 300 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
Who will sell at Manufacturers Prices, Forty-five
Dollars per Top, with shipping expenses added.
Pamphlets, giving directions for use, sent by
mail, if desired.
Augusta, Aug. 31, 1S59 tf 34
FALL AND WINTER.
CLAYTON & KENNADY;
ARE NOW RECEIVING
A VERY LARGE
Well Selected Stock
MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTRING
Ilats, Caps, Trunks, Valises,
Carpet Bags, &c.
A FItsT nATE AssoRtTLENT oF
SHIRTS, DRAWERS, COLLARS. STOCKS,
CRAVATS, G LOVES, SUSPEND
ERS, AND OTHER FURI
NISH ING GOO0DS,
JY GREAT VARIJETY.
We are prepurcd to Sell on the most
And Invite our Friends and Customers generally,
to Call and Examine our Stuck at our
No. 173 Broad Street,
Under the Augusta Hetel.
CLAYTON & KENNADY.
Augusta, Sept. 21t 3m 37
A SUBSTiTUTE FOR PERUVIAN GUANO.
L. S. HOYT'S
THOMAS P. STOVALL & 0O., Ag'ts.
256 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
T H1IS Super-phosphate of Lime is a Chemical
combination of the mo'st ttctive, dluratblc, and
valuable Fertilizers, mixoed in the prioptiEons* that
sciece andl practical experience have proved to be
the miost beneficiatl to the Soil, and consists of
BONE, Sl'LPIIURIC and P l[ OSPH'l OR IC
ACIDS, AMMoNIA, SODA, and POTASH. Itia
of UNIFORM QUALiTY.
We are permitted to refer to the gentlemen
named below who have used HOYT'S SUPER.
PIOSPHIATE of LIME upon their crops of Cot
ton, Corn. &c., the past seatson.
TH OS. W. W HAT LEY, Esq., Beech Island, S. C.
T HOS. S. MIL LER, Esq., " " "
GEO. hB. MILLS, Esq., " " "
I. R. COOK, M1. D., " " "
. M. MILLER. Esq., " " "'
0. P. FITZSIMMONS, Esq., Burke Co., Ga.
R. F. CONNELLY, Esq., " "
J. A. SIVI~ERS, Euq., Warrenton, Warren Co., Ga
J. F. KINSEY, Esq., " " " "
GEO. V. NEAL, Esq., " " " "
HON. IL T. IRVINE,'Washington, Wilkes " "
E. M. PENDLETON, M. D., Sparta, Hancock, Gat
WILSON BYlRD, Esq., " " "'
D. DICKSO)N. Esq1., tOxford, Newton Co.. Ga.
JOHN A. JONES, Esq., Vanwert, Polk Co., Ga.
H J. OGILBIY, Esq., Madison, Morgan Co'., Ga.
Price in Augusta, S50 per Ton of 2000 lbs.
A discount madie to buyers of Five Tons or tnorc.
Packed in STRONG BAGS of 150 lbs. BAR
RELS average 275 lbs, each.
For Directions, Analyses, etc., a Cireular, or
Pamphlet, is sentt free upon application, or further
infortation many be obtained from the Agents.
Thos, P.,Stovall & Co., Ag'ts.
258 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Augustn,_Nov. 9,13 f 44
SPEARS & IGHT,
WHIOLES,4LE DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Varnishe',
DENTAL AND SURG1CAL INSTRUMENTS,
PERFUMERY & FANCY ARTICL.ES,
Orcoarru PL.AxTERS' 1[o'rL,
No. 316, Broad St., Augusta, Georgia.
A pril I1 ly ,14
Crockery and Glassware.
I AVE taken, the' Ageney of one of the LARG
EST and MOST RELIABLE Crockery Deal
er in connection with the P'oreelnin Ware mann
factry in Edgetleldl District; and will furnibe
any kind of
CRCKERY OR GLASSWARE,
Either by Wholesale or Retail, as low as they can
le had North or South. Samples, with a small
Stock, can be seen at my Store.
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Jmur.. g... Nr-e er
In returning thanks to his numerous friends and customers, for their
past liberal patronage, would also inform them that he is
AT THE SPACIOUS NEW DRY GOODS STORE,
NO. 272 BROAD STREET,
Opposite the Augusta Insurance Bank,
A Large and Magnificent Stock of
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC,
All of which, having been purchased late in the Season, and, consequently, at Prices
uritsually Low, he can confideitIy say he is now enbled to ofier at
greater itiducements than at any previous tine.
The Stock comprises a Splendid Assortinent of Plain, Blaick, and Brocaded SILKS,
Rich Bavadere do., in Black and olor-; French and EnglishMERINOS, ALPAC.
AS, BOMBAZINES, Wool PLAIDS, POPLINS, DE LAINES, &e., &c., &c.
A Large Stock of CLO A KS, TALM AS, SIIA W LS. &c., &c.. &e.; EMBROIDE.
RIES, LACES, GLOVES. IIOSIERY, RIBBONS, &c., &P.' Bleached and Brown
SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS; Linen DAMASKs; TABLE CLOTHS, Scotch
DIAPERS, TOWELINGS, CRASIllS, N A PKINS, DOYLIES, &c., &C.
BLANKETS, KERSEYS. PLAINS. OSNABURCl, DRILLINGS, CHIECK4,
rICKINGS, LINSEYS, Red and White FLANNELS, SATINETES, Kentucky
JEANS, &c., &c.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS.
Don't Forget the No., 272 Broad st., Augusta.
Augusta, Nov. W, 1859 tf 46
CHEAP DRY GOODSI
WM 0. NORRELL,
(Successors to Broom & Norrell,)
Would call attention to his large and attractive Stock of
CHOICE FAMILY DRY COODS,
Rich Dress Goods, Silk and Delain Ri1l. Blar k and Fancy Silks. Piaids, Valencias4
Merinos, Coburgs, &c. Dress Trimmings, Large Stock.
Rich Velvet Clonks, Cloth Clnaks
L.~wge Stock of Embroideries, at prices lower than ever oflured in Augusta.
Besides a large and extensive stock of Pantaloon stuffs, Domesties, Ilo tce-keeping
Goods, Hosiery and Fiannels.
FINE BED AND NEGRO BLANKET,
Large sales and Small Profits, is onr motto, and everyrwdy is cordlally
invited, whether they buy or not, to call aind examine our Goods aind prices.
New Good.constantly received froni our New York Agent, anid at great many
desirable Bargains always on hand. Coumce nd Look if yon don't beuy!
Goods delivered in the City and Hamburg, free of Charge.
I have secured the services of Mr. Md. A. R ANSOM. as prineipal salestmia, w.ho
will be pleased to see his Edgefield friends, anid to give thema his individual attenatiol .
Augusta, Nov. 9, 1859 3tn 44
SELLNG OFF AT COST I DIIGS, fMIEM8, IENI8,L
BOOTS, SI-IOES, Y TFS EFMR,&.
LEATHIER, &C., &C. AtloeaeadR ai
H AVING made arrangomecnts to return to C..
lumbuia next January, I offer my EN TIRE DS .G .J ECE
STOCK O FK lauei nonigt hi red
BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER, T tepbi eeal htte aejs
NEGRO BROGANS, DUS HXcL,&.
ROUSE SERVASTS SHOES, &C. ToteraeayetsieScemrinth
Aid in fact overy kiod of a Shoe that is usually mst~a~iEEAL XRCS swl
kept in a Shoe Store, 55teLtEi tscuesae
AT COST! !XL C
To the first of January next, when the unsold Prpedwtca adintitacodne ih
Stock will be disposed of at Auction. Also, a teba n aetPamc~ia
LARGE LOT OF OAK, TAN AND HEMLOCKInruntugcaanDeal
p0Farmers, Planters and the citizens gener-HOWAEBAS .
ally are invited to' call anid examine for them
selves, as everything will be sold atBAC SADTR SE
Least Thki'ty per Cent. O aiu atrs omnadvr ie
under former priee. GasSei as
TERMS, ST'RICT LY CASH ! Ti!.Sads l he
ggrTo any person wishing to go into the bu-PoktedinCe;
siness, the inducement is great, as can be seon Fnes vr id
from the amount of business done. Terms snade Gaut aers
satisfactory. Sae rdWihs
Au I will be compelled to retain my workmen Mras vr id
to first January, I will continue to MANUFA C-SatlrPlTye, c. .
T URE until then. My pricer will be considera- l ftem s eual otu s
ble es than heret..,re.
All persona indebted to me will oblige me very tr n ,vaos
much by calling at once and settling their ~ A Ie- IS .L AR IH
count,, either by Cash or Note, as I will be com-Afalndcmlt. ,
pelled to leave by the usual time for settling.
RICHARD FLANIGAN. WNO N OCI~AS
Oct 28 tf 42 Vaiusieadcttoayizan l '.lle.
W E avjut ecemla part of our Fall ad
diton o or areay lrgeStock of
E~mbracing BUhS e
A LOT OF BURIEAl', TTOEY
CORNER STANDS, Fn ior o eiia ~S
BUREAU WASH STANDS, Aspl nhn fFn R1DWNS
TOWEL RACKS, GN n oi ueuautrtdWIKY
EXTENSION DININGI TABLES,siyerolfrMlinlproe.
GENTRLE TABLES.,OACSG1,SUP c
CR AB T ABLES, hvn enuitrutdyeggdi h
WINDOW SH ADES, iDu uius nti lcfr1 erwt
CA RPET MT, tereprec ntepatc fMdcn
A c., Ac.. Ac. ti lmt o er2 erte iencsa
WITrT & HUDSON.riylandhewnsothseci..Adba.
Nov 23 tf 4f, igmd h cuitneada 0ndteini
Sonethig Nice for the Ladies ~ul
PURE HAVANA r EIERVES, frwobajs eundfo h etNrbr
-Conaisting in part Inpeeenetfhe-ie
DUTLCE DE P'INA$.AdteNrap osata hycna l
" " MAMEY, PyiinMr~st n lnesadalohr
a "LEMONCILLOS,enagodtrsathycnhsupidi a
" " B10CACOS. ohrSuhr akt
Alao, the Fluest Extracts, viz:A..&T..TEGI
RO lTMEG, i
CINNAMON, lEsbcie eslaet nomtepe.
VANELLA, Ae. ol owelt tc i fr eoecw
E wocYE tFF PinERFUploYn.
IDRS.RA. G. T. . EAGUE,.
A. R .4~le ateeaacdl~rei.JM t hi dAth Ea t eauascrer na in t oh heir frin ndr
are rquesed tomakeimmeiate aynahatnd wilhe pule gneraltht ti'~lhie av jus
it P RYNE'o.recervea lagLace ND ULER.S
IIo.2S185 2146 DEi' S, CHECALS 4C.