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NOVEMDNBE1Rz 30. 1859.
MILLER & WARREN,
CORNER OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL,
Would respectfully call the attention of their friends and customers
to their IUll and EXTENSIVE7 ASSORTYJfET of
NEW AND ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER
OF THE LATEST IMPORTATIONS
P A-u--vsta, Oct. 2,n3
-D - It 1 S. B s
WE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF
.A..LK., 1 0 13E.
NEGRO C D S,
Such as Georgo Schley's Plains, warranted all wool; rirginia and
North Carolina G oods, a very superior make; also, Heavy White and
Colored Blankets, to which we invite the attention of Planters, as
suring thema they will be sold at the smallest advance on cost prices.
MILLER & WARREN, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Oct. 5 1S->1 2m
D1RM. J. JONES,
WHDiLESALE AND RETAL
AT THE OLD STAND OF N. J. FOGARTY & Co.,
UXDER TfE AC1GUSTA O0TEL,
I HAVE IN STORE
And continue to receive a large and complete Assortment of
PURE DRJUS AND MEDICINES,
!'AINTS, OILS, IYE-STUFFS, GLASS, VARNISHES, jNSTRUMENTS. FANCY
GOOl)S OF ALL EINi)S, COMPRISING A FINE ASSORT.MENT OF ENG
LISH AND A'JERIUCAN HA'l AND TOOTI U)RUSIIES. AND
CO.1s, EN (TITS. IE I: FUMERtY, TOliLET ARTICLES,
FANCY SoAPS, &c., &c.
DRUGGISTS AND HIYSICIANS
WHO PlUiDE I'llEMSEI.vES IN DEALING IN FUlE
GAYz RELY ON5 BEING SUITED.
l'e-ling coni !ut th~at Iai ia u-ish mui custorrs with the best articles on reasonable
.-rms, I respeeb ly .'wlicit a canl andi ex:u'ins.tion of my stock b 'ftrerure ain clchere.
i_- ~11 A. 1V JODCNES
.iuuta. N *v. '. W~ tf. -Rj
IROXAL & HTH
(Successors to Clarke & Royal.)
DEA L ERS IN
233 BROAD STREET, Augusta, Georgia,
*We would respectially return our thanks to the Citizens of Edge
:dehl for the very liberal patronage which they have bestowed on
us, and would 5olicit a continuance of their favours. We will uise
everyv exertion to give satisfaction to those who will favor us with
a call. Our Goods are all made to order by the best Manufcturers.
OUR STOCK OF NEGRO
BROGANS AND) HOUSE SERVANTS SHOES
WILL B>E VERY LARGE AND COMPLETE,
WM. S. ROYAL,
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
manufactories in the country, which we are selling a ?
NEW YORK WHOLESALE PR1WE8!
Of ALL WIDTHS, cut to fit any size Room or Entry in one peice
RUGS, DOOR MATS, STAIR RODS,
In Every Variety.
SHADES, CORNICES, PINS, BANDS AND L.OOPS,
The largest Stock ever offered.
WCARPETS and OIL CLOTHS cut and put down by com
petent workmen, and guaranteed to give satisfaction.
WCall and judge for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere.
C. A. PLATT & CO.,
BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA,
sept 7 3m 3
Light for Everybody !
OW inStor alaro suply o KER S E aw. Rai od l iauding in the state, at $2,00 per
~,utagai, o varous nd. M. ELLIOTT,
LAMP beatifu styes.winnsboro, 8. c.
g~fSold exclueivel' for CASH. p!ir Premium awarded at tho State Fair, Nov.
A. G 4L . 3 lEAUE. 1858.
May18 t....19 Ap i, 85 S.. . 14
ROBERT ADGFR. & C'
209 al 211, KING STREE T,
Conaa OF MARK,
Ch-33arlIes3to:n., 9. 40.
- 0: -
.W E invito uttention to our Extensivo Stock of
GOODS, suitable for Family and Plantation
Rich Dress Silks;
Rich Silk Robes;
$ILK ROBES aud plain SILKS for Evening
Embroidered and Tulle ROBES, for Evening
Plain Black SILKS. best Goods;
PhIin and Printe-1 DELAINES;
Plain and I'laidi POPI1NS;
French CI INT'4S, best English PRItNTS,
CLOAKS, 31ANTILLAS, SHAWLS;
Lati~c.s, 3lises and Children.: 1100PED SKIRTS;
CLOTilS and CA.S.1MEIRES;
FI,\NNEIl.S of every variety;
Ih-d TL ANiGTS, TI LINGS.
BULA N Kl:TS:
PLh.\lNS aLnd KERSEYS;
Lrown n:ii !I-eied SilEET
INGls and SIIITINGJS;
Plail lli)F . ;PUNS:
Plain aId Striped 6SNABlilJIIS.
We wioldl respectfaly inform our frietnds and
the pnlie generally, that wo keel at all times one
of the LARG;EST STOCKS
to be found in the Southe.rn Countrv. nod conii
d-tiy invitc -it. exaninatialn of it, buth as regards
Stvle. and Prices.
R I!T AD)l &CO.
Char]Leton, Oct. 2:1. 15 3M -42
CHARLES D. CARR & Co
TAILORS ANDI) FURNISUEUS,
30 Broad Street, Charleston.
IAVIN recived their Fail supply of Cloths,
Ca Ossimeres andl estings, ire prepared to e:
ceeLe orlers with taste ii prom1lptneSs.
Thev have al16 on hand a fIl and varied assort
Such as Searfs, Ties. Stoeks. R1obes do Chamibre,
Smoking Jackets. Dock Glovcs and Gaunt
lets. Engliah and French Silk Um
brellas, anl .1,-nvin's Paris
Kid G loves.
All G noo.ds marked in plain figures, and a dis
count of ten per cent ninde for cash.
Charleston. Oct. 3, 1851 t f 40
McCAR1TER & DAWSON,
WiiholesaIe B1ooksellers and
CHa.a .LESTO NT, S- C
A complete assortment of Lniw, Medical, School
and Miscellaneous BOOKS, together with
Ulank Books, Paper 211and StatioJnery, of every dc
seriltion. kept constantly on hand and offered at
the lowest prices for COimI or approved Credit.
icCarter & Dawson, aro the Publishers
of the South Carolina Law and Equity Reports.
Charleston, Sepit. 7, I Gn. Om 35
S A N F ORD'S
IT is cfpu e entirely froiii Gueis. and
hts become an establishiei fact, a Standard 3ledicine,
known ud :laplrived by * julthathave sad i.and is
now resorted to with twn- ~ ifldeice In alt the doewae
for which it is rec.Om- !ieptl.
It h:is cred t1w :i.!5 within the last two yean-rs
Wit h Ii ei I 1 -111 hihoes of reief, as give- up1
mner' Its unsiolicited clr- ties il my lnssvesinn
,hlw. " dwq l112152 ilad:1i
ted to the tempnmi ntil i .(If the idiuliiaInkiii.
it, and used in such < lunn- .e li i s lct g(nihl )1
the liiwek. __ e h ll fyu
judgtemnt guide yolu itl telsto h L Vtl
CmlN~~( ~aintin , n i itio ie
Clrmnlc Dinrrhcae. tiuilIlci 1ml
p1in nt . D)y..enery. D pi *i(Iar
je. ( itolern. Chxol- - aIto~s C~lr
tnfantunl. FVClnli1 tu- ii 0:~ i tsdsc
iesfilly as ant ()rdina2- yFaiiy1tl
einei. It willeureSt(V. t lADACi1"K
thosinds canl testify.) iis seiyuil~li.I
two ton threc Tea- soxfusaetk
enI at cenllcemen~it of liv.
Al s1 who use it are ~v1~tertsiin
T~l IN O hAopes, of reD SWALLthOnW
The doTOmust e nda.
Prie Oe tlhe pe otthe.LT
ant ll d~ it i l cue ie
Pt~r Vi~~a~h J~~t2Act 1St pk t Dyspepia
GLA~CASS, Ar unht an !ep ion
liy Fa nity 3teae
*t~* vitltaltt I cr:-. - nii inck. frl ls
'.vli tre lg rsitthe iving~$ tir temistimony
THE JINVIGtt.CAT1 tAlttD SWALLOW I
Pr.~l ice tnes Drilt2 arive r Bttic.i~tI *g
Pr eeta ble Exracts, atlhld-:t nd eput1cr u tiln
aitlany c : 111, n te. le -~ 'o nlSl~ l
c-S..The a1l Cathartic ua PI is a11 gentl bucn
t2ve CChnri whic the scelc.SI C1
11i4s' l'raimr than *' t~knul10i
CTlcstntly.4 it ills r 111~1~1C~44
inuest e s tof dn e - ern cCII
T ensai'rof--o w e .. ovrI e .0 I
hrlies e , el ill i-n e.: nm itoyijsa
The. 11A1115ll CAII- =doasrAa ai
al14itnt-niay iea, S and arel IlsI sl1~n
enllli s 0er e thnlie ins . :Isnly l n lt
Chesivers Pavinoao n ail a
tharw hc Pil e boca.-i byDlggssgeeaey n
soldr whossi by A te --rcei atIl ~eetw
RslS.ss T.le. ad- II) .
nu anll"acorer tosluentionrhllor
33ropridas, ew haousek.
Aie~.24, wen9 y y3r 8
Pt. - -,1,. o hesl
liUIA. ASE.in1 rIegaS to i uew a
styl Cae. fll lass ful thin 111 reac of11 all.I
tine TheMe~lic a keswil h t <oldLOWen COR
cASH. buy fopCash, n il he ecerl.
etipeleilto ellon hoamelerAt''. Thrt days.
isth lngstcrdi. h t i bel gien.ilse~ ul
Als, AIOIA CFFvarit ftieguret prig
es.Comlon OODCOFIk N meero sit ofthe
N o'rcE--s heehy ivl toc all ins
thata fnal ettemet wl ie a1111 in e Or-in
deceaeil. n Friayvth 11h e of d yibe
herbynottid t peset heaii on wetht day
irenod ue I brm.
N.hichEY e.,h isdheir.o
DSept 12 tos 3. 3
C RICE 3 DIMES.T'
Ah e fineagortoand faml CAttI
te.haie rPilly are. etirlyDrisaeynenlfy, an
sodwholal byith T radlll~ e tnally :the iarg twns lit.
All p ~ 31nuauersn ildttd o15 p andtl t Proprietor,
335, 011 a B11 roawe aylli fNresw tork.uci
A nr. 24,1.59&ly13
UAugL ASES,ll Ize.Af o e
tiNeoheM tiCsswe hsol. O O
CASII. We by meor~ Csh,:n will bei neessarly
cmeldto sLa nh e sam toerms ilTilhirty daysii
hs ted ngest wreill that pa h an ill cornven
Alo, MAy110w. ANM.FISa Agusta prS
ofer foh inal ad piE.N~ odfr
NOTIC E-isihereb gtive n clt l nterstedn
thatrie ae fialmstnt illy othe madnte kind
Seased nown foiay thfe J illhdyo eber
Sept. 120, 1859 2mS3
NOW IS THE TIME FOR
Beg to call the attention of the Citizens of Edgefield and
the adjoining Districts to their
Which they ae0 now rCeeiving. pu1 rchased oln such fihn-lhe terms :as to warraut
them in assuring tlir ienlds and Cistoiers that they can
save them at least 1frmn
On all fine and imported Goods. The question may naturally arise. how is it
possible foJr thei to do so ? In anMswer to tis. they wish it to be
distinctly rememler ered, that theii's is tile
ONLY HOUSE IN GEORGIA
That keeps an experience-l Purchaser, all days in the year, inl the Northern
MJarkets. with the i'ish in hand to pick up BA!t(.AINS, wherever
they are o(llt'rl. When this tit is reeliibered. it will be
easily peretivd tihat they buy Goods from fifteen
to IWwenOV-tive!, and in ma ei1 Cases
FIFTY PER CENT. LESS
Than the same class of ('ods can be bought for when the Northern Markets
are crowded with Suiithern and We:tcern M[erchants, laying
in (heir six month's s1pplies.
Their's is Strictly a Cash House!
They buy and sell for CASH and to save the feelings of all on this subject
who might feel hurt on a refusal to open accounts with them,
They distinctly stale that tlacy open accounts with no
one, not even i' they were worth a Million.
They beg to refer to a fiew of the leading articles in the
different departmenits of their Stock. In their
Dress Gtos )Departmet
WiHA be l'ounil the most
SUPERIOR(.U 'JuW00! 'ELAINE ROBES
Al.so, ile latest Plrislall si.vies (Af
S UPERI10R CL OTHI CL OAIKS.
MUSLINYDEL. L AYE ,
.Plain Rinl< Fig:11-e-1il New altel De:11tirtil De igit..
BAUTW~L SEDAL HOSES!
Second Dayv Dresses!
In this Department we have the
BEST NEGRO BLANKETS
In A merica, warranted to weigh Eight Pounds per Pair.
GEORGIA PLAINS AND KERSEYS OF THE BEST MAKE,
H-ieavy Osnabur'gs and Stripes.
And, in fatct, every kind of the Best Dry Goods that can
e used on a Plantation.
WWe would respectfully invite the attention of' the
People of Edgefield to our entire stock, guaranteemng them
a saving of at least Fifteen to Trwenty-five per Cent. We
refer with pleasure and confidence to those of your neigh
bors who have dealt with us for the veracity of this state
GRAY & TURLEY.
A zunst a. Nov.9. 1S50) it' 44
1ir1ilTsct LOOK OUT FOR THE ENGINE
H- A I R I s ' WIiilc tile Bell .illgsI
12 Pointed Plow.
TJIE GRANDT T- I N A PLOW
Six Plows Combined in One! ~c~~t
.lT CAN 1IE LA I)> FIVE TI3MES A N D) Ineial'fiftiigtclct~ fEgleiDe
SIIAIIIENEDI TWELVE WITil- tit ii hyhv
tUUtT TOO LS. ENCEPT A PYADIETWLSOR
CLIVIS PiN. _
PATENTED BYv J. P'. HARRIS, Not rdeidcut]uanatl arn
BY IIALTA, MtISS. hr thy tirans 1lidl:sriietmt
It. enn hesena this place, anti Dr. E. J. Miims R C E an C TL Y
ik1TEIII ~~ T 11EAnd e ersmiedo Mhaintii sunited i ' at
It ~ ~ metL Whnd of thni'erming tfhe people o EdeihlDs
~ROCILS COTON ACT rS, Noat they hsav ia
NEW ANDTBEAUTIFUL STOR
-rceted atEC ALn. RQles -A t an ti o,' ie
CONTNUE hc ale f Cttonant othr p o. t of Eaisdl Cohut os, nea the bus rinI
Fire-prof Ware o w Roarn d eadcingil frmi lelbor to c inot
Utinerof ackon t teyolts Sree. alYwhre to ae amet opnendid aisirtinen of
~Ca av ncrt ino matio n r e 45 HADecm e nAe ,t CRO ER and TL ER ,
ThOM, ASDIJ. JEndNNIoCEGE,
AAutndt 7 8'J C3 ev. eryon ivariet in trhane site t o he
- - - ----- - hI:Lmmo~w nt , . th e pe opl , r h er olyf~iflta
C ONTINUE therb sa en Cttn appind other pro- etlmn f at at ilh hdi h
Ntcdce at th e N eF io-prof War eouse, riaysofco heiiu tna nJna
Corne, for a chkrtnrt Renpoloras tr eet.180
Aug.sta, ISep. 89 t m 35 o.16D
10,000 Negroes 'i
t Ved Yearly.
Planters Take Notice,
Planters Take Notice,
Planters Take Notice,
Is The Only Sure
Is The Only Sure
Is The Only Sure
And Posiivc Remedy
And Positive Remedy
And Positive Remedy
Before The4 People
Before The People
Before The People
It Never Fails.
It Never Fails.
For sale in Edgejidd by
DRS. A. G. & T. J. TEAG UE.
MD. E. M. PENN.
'e-Price, only S1,04) per bottle, Cash.
Sept 5 ly :5
Bliss' Dyspeptic Remedy
Bilss' Dyspeptic Itemecly
Iliis' Dyspeptic Remiedy
Bil' Dyspeple Rilmedy
Si,' Dyspeptle Remedy
Bliss' Iiyspepice Remedy
Bilsft Dyspeptic Remedy
Ias the Largcst Sale
Ins the Irget Sale
UIns the Larget Sale
Hns the Largcst Sale
1His te Largest Snlo
His tihe Largest Snic
Hfns tle Largest Sale
of any icirneg lin the World.
Of any fIdes ihe World.
Of alny U lcllie in the World.
Of any t .iiine In the World.
Of anly 3 ,c-lcine in the World.
of any 3fei*lnet lit Ihe World.
of any iceaee in the W1orld.
Sold in Goiasa nai MonthCarollnia
Soid Inn (h.-orda andc Sounthcarollnaf
Sold I n eorgn a nil S.,cnthcfarolimna
Soii In Georgia and SnttaroVilia
Sold Inn G~eornLia 14 a ntluitrolilna
Sold InsGr;n U and i !ouitCarollinat
Sold tin Georgl.n amsa *~aiinthnroina~
Inl Fourten 3onmth's.
Ini Focmuteen 3lctnhsm.
mIn urteen 3Inths.
Inn Foumrteenm ts.
Inn F'outem BlmnthIns.
In Foutni 31I.,mh5
In Foumrtee 3to umnthns.
It. i's W'a-.rntei1d to Cure
It l's Warrtedlii 1o ~nre
It i's Waanmted to Curec
ft.< War1nnratit enI ton Curne
itl's 11arrainid to Vnure
It 14 W~anrranted tom Care
It Directionsi are ~uolowed,
It Dlrectln--. nre F..nllowedi,
It Directimi n mre i'ollowved,
If Directitons nre Falliowedn,
It Direllns ar~e lol lowed,
If Direciton 1014I re Fol lowend.
If Directios ar Follovruned.
Any C5n4e of Dspep'sina
Any Un-,e ot D.. specl's<ta
iy (OI;c of Dy~1esppin
Anmy Untse ci D~yspeptaia
Any) Cn-e ot Dyspi-Ila
Anny caste IIIt) Dy)lspepm
Amny Untie )t D)y spepsia
Los af Ajmppeilte,
Loss of A ppetIte,
Loss of Ajpetite,
Loss of A ppetite,
Loss ot Appetite,
Losst o1 Apnpetite,
P'nhin In Slmc and U3nck
Pain Inn Slde andmc tack,
P'aimn in Side. and lHnck,
Pauini ide;ii amid hack,
Pain11 in aide and( Uncke,
Pain in Sile amid Uack,
Palu in Side nnid. Back,
It is Espmeiaiiy Adiapted to
It lit fie.peelntly Adnyntehd to
it Is Especially Autnptcet to
It is Kmpreinly AIln pteds to
it is Emcpechily Adapted to
It i's Espeelniiiy Adapted to
it is Espeeially Adnymted to
Femannle (Comnmints ;
It Proucfat Ro tty ot Form
It Produces itomtumndity at Feorm
it Produces Rat umndity of Form
It Produces Rot unmdit y at Formn
It Proniees Roatuncutity ofl eormn
It Produrltc5 Htundtitity of Form
It Prodtuces loiaundlty of Form
In Females at a Thin aind Spamrc Hiti
Inn Females of a Tiund i1spare Habit
In Femalctes ot a Tin amnd Spasre Habiit
n 1Femmates at a Tin aind Spnare Htait
In emuales at a T1hinm mn Spare Einbit
Iicnnemies at a Thinm and Syare hanbit
Ini F.emniie5 at a Th'in nnd Spamre Ilabit
Every lInvallia houd
Every imluilla holid
Eve:-y hnildim Should
Every hnvalicd Should
Every hmnralhd Should.
-Every unali Should
Every imnllid Shoculd
Try Olne Package.
Try dime Panckage.
TPry One Package,
Try Onie Pnmehage.
Try tOne PamcknngeI.
Try One Pumckage.
Try Onie Packngec.
Fe'tl a Pot~age $imamo io limi I'ropnrletars fir thnor
apitiet on i Diseases af iStomach~ ail lOwlS."i
W. W. BLISS & co., Propriectorfl,
3413 inrond wiay, New Yorke
For Sale int Ed geijed by
DRS. A.G. . T. J. TEAGUE AND MR.
E. M. PENN.
e..e r 1y 33
OIL CLOTHS, W]
JAS G. BAI]
W OULD respectfully call the attention
goods of their own direct importation,
Riuh Medallion Carpet, new patterns; Engli
colors ;English Brussels, new styles, embracit
tured by .luhn Crossley & Sons; New patterns
peting - Crumb Cloths from 12-4 to 20-4; Dri
and Tu %e t Rugs, Stair Rods, &c.
Of the newest patterns and best quality of
any length desired. A select stock of table 0i
Ca'rritge Oil Cloths, wholesale and retail, and:
low to ctrriage makers.
A large and eboice assortment of Window S
[.anlscape. Vase, Flowers, &c.. with trimniming
!)ealers in Shades, in the cour.try, will find it t
A large and selected stock of Curtain Goods
Curtains, embracing the latest patterns and de
evervthing connected with a large stock of Cur
Cocoa, Mattings for counting houses and 1:
witiths ; Canton Mattings in 4-t, 5-t and 6-4,
cheek. Imported and American Door Matts,insii
VENETIAN o ST
A full stock of'these goods in all widths m.
furnishing of churches and places of public w
great variety. Brooms, Brushes, &e., to all of
of onr Edgetield friends, and all in want of an;
Z&- Orders promptly attended to.
New Carpet Store, 205 Broad St.
Augusta, Angust 31, 1859
MU IC, &c., &c.
T IE subscriber, after returning thanks to their
friends in Edgeteld and adjcining Districts,
f6or their liberal patrunage during the last ten years,
would inform them that they still continue to keep
on hand a large assorttmeut of
fr-an the celebrated manufactories of Raven Bacon
& Co., Htazelton Bros.. and A. 11. (al & Co., Ner
Ya-rk. for whom they are sole Agents. These In
trumnents having already won such far-fatmed ce
lebrity, it is only nece.ssary for us to repeat that for
,tren:;hti;,ralhilitl and finish, together with pmecer,
/,lti,, Su-etnen .und Motneg'athNf twe', theyehallenge
e-mpetition. Persons wanting a Superior Piano
'Forte. would do mneh better tocall and select from
a b:irge assortnent, than by dealing with Pedlars
and a:;cnts of inferior makers, where they have no
chiie, and have often to pay higher prices for in
feri'ar Tnstrumtents, than line ones of superior
makers call be botightt f,r.
Every Piano Forte soll by us is warranted in
every respect, s- tie purchascr runs nt, risk what
ever. Persons ordering from a distance from us
an depend upon getting a GOOD ARTICLE. as
we makO it a point t, keep gonds of the best quality
and1 sItch as we can recommend and warrant in
every res-poet. Their
- STOCK OF MUSIC
;S very large, anl they are constantly receiving all
new piececs as they are published.
UlI17.-h| mwt 1,'I OM, S'I'7?1 S
of the the best qutality always on handi. They
trutbl a'lso call attrention to their large stock of
STATIONTERY, BLANK 2OOKS,
and othe~r articles. Also. :lways on hand the larg
e. a.aoartmtent in the Statec, of
,;U TA1L8, ACCOIIJDEONS, VIOLINS.
1-'hUTES FLAt;Et)LETS, VIOLINB1OWS,
&ca., .uoal every :artiele of Musical Merehandise.
a rhtart's and Needham's and Prince's celebrated
Accordcons and Violins Repaired in the
All af thea abtove articles sold at low prices for
C.t S/ or City aeceptanees by
GE.O. A. OATES & hBOTHER,
liletween United States and Globe Hotels.]
Altril 7, 1559, tf 13
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
GEO. W. FERRY,
H A notw int Store the T1AI U;EST and MOST
SELECT ASSOltTalENT of ttoods itn his
i.. in the City, contsisting int part of
Geants' Maleskin, Catssimecre, French-felt. liun
-:uan ad Letlger I A TS, black andt fancey cotltrs.
SCi.: h. Stik-Velvet, Pltush and Cassimtere CA PS;
Yaot:his anid Chibtlrens Plaint anal Fancy HATS
ndl CA PS, cvery vatriety <.f late antd elegant
'Mlns anal flys Lealger anti Plantation WOOL
UM1BlE LLAS of all gradles, at low pries.
2:W-~Mcehant5 anti Planters will save mtoney
by~urcasig o';EO. W. FERRY,
Masottic Hall uilding, 2!44 liroad St..
Oct 3 ly :29
MACHINE & GENERAL. MANUVFACTU'NG
S H OP.
L. HIOPKiINS & Co., Proprietors,
AUG USIA, GA.,
HIAVING the most extensive facilities with
SHbP TOOLS and P AT T ERNS in tlte
country, we are now ready anti will he thankful
for all orders for Gold Mines. Mills, Gin Gearing,.
Steam Boate, Stave and Shingle Machines, Horse
Powers. Stugar Mills, Cottan Presses, Thrashers,
Fans. Shafting, Pulleys, Cook, Parlor and Box|
Stoves, Tin Work. In fact, any article in Iroo,
Brass or Wbod. Address
J. E. MACMURPHY, Supst.
Augusta, April 11.1859. ty 14
NO. 151 BROAD STREET,
ONE D11011 BELOW TliE alECHANIC'S BANK
At the well known Stand so lung occupied by the
late Mr. B. F. CHnEw.
TIN W.ARPE, A.ND
HOUSE KEEPING ARTICLES,
Stoves, Grates and Ranges,
TINNERS' MACHINES AND TOOLS,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE
Ilydrants, Pumps, Block Tin,
LEAD, COPPER, AnD GALVANIZED
Plated and Pilantslaed Ware !
Our stock of COOKING STOVES is very com
plete, embracing all thte popular Styles
now in use, and representing no
less thtan 18 tditferent
Manufactured tn Augusta, and the Celebrate"
STEWART STOVE !
Auguta, Aug. 24, 1850 tf :13
ADMINISTRATORS' N O T I C E--A.1
..persons having demands against the Estate
of Datvid Seigler, decenaed, are retquested to pre-,
sent thtem to the ntdersigned immediately, duly
attested'; anti all those indebted to said Estate,
are requested to make payment forthwith.
JOHN C. LANIE R Ad's
JANE E. SEIGLER. Ad's
Oc o8 tf 42.
'ICES, GIMPS, &ce
IE & BRO.,
)f purchasers to their Etock of the following
sh Royal Velvet Carpets, new designs and rich
ig all of the most desirable patte.:ns manufac
three ply Carpeting; New styles ingrain Car
iggets from t-4 to l6-4 wide ; Mosaic, Velvet
;oods manufactured, from 3 to 24 feet wide, by
I Cloths in Mahogany, Rosewood, Chintz, &c.
remnants of fine Oil Cloths, which will be sold
hades, at wholesale and retail, in Velvet, Gold
s, including Bailie's Patent Shade Fixtures
> their advantage to give us a call.
in Damask, Satin, DeLaine, Lace, and Mislin
igns; Cornices in great variety; Gimps, and
asement rooms, &c., 3-4, 4-4, 5-4, and 6-4
idths, in striped goods, chene, white and red
de and outside Wool Matts, andGrass Matte, &c.
inufactured. A liberal discount made to the
orship. Stair Linen and Stair Oil Colth in
which we would respectfully call the attention
F of the above Goods.
JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER,
Augusta, Ga., near to Bank of Augusta; and
JAS. G. BAILIE, Charleston, 8. C.
WHlOLESALE & EETAX.L
ot, -SHOE & LEATHER HOUSE,
rTHE Subscriber, grateful for the very liberal
XLpatronago he has always received from the
People of Edgefield District, would inform them
that he has MOVED HIS BUSINESS to the well
known CORNER STORE; abovo the GLOBE
HOTEL, (the late stand of Messrs. Dawson &
Skinner..) and has now on hand about
Double.Soled Plantation Brogans,
Made to order anl warranted not to rip, which he
proposes to sell at a LOWE PRICE than they
can be had this side of Boston.
The Ladies' Department
Will be found full of the LATEST and BEST
STYLES, which will also be scld at reduced
P. S.-A large Stock of BEMLOCK and OAK
TANNED SOLE LEATHER, Kips and Russet
U'PPER LEATIHERt. Imported CALF SKINS,
&c., &c., nlw.., s on hand, and will be sold at
Xeo 'ork 'rices.
Augusta, Oct 4 tf
WIE offer to the linblic this season, a VERY
VTLARGE and CII6ICE collection of South
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
GRAPE VINES, &c.
Our Stock is large and the Trees well grown:.
and we offer thema at prices which will compare
favorably with those of any Northern growecr.
A descriptive Catalogue wilt he mailed free to)
Persons decsirons~ of putting out Truit Trees the
coing seas'n wilt find1 it greatiy to their advan:
tage: by purchansin~g Southern raised Trees, in
prfrec to Northern, as being better adnpted to.
this climate, ant the varieties having-mostly bern
originated South. Address
P. T. BERCKMANS & CO.
Augusta. Aug 1 Gmt'
A RE offering for sale on LOW T ERMS a large
stock of GRIOCERIES consisting in part
100 Bogs Choice R10l COFFEE ;
25 " " .IAVA do;
10 hds. " N. 0. SUGAR:
50 hbls. " Clarified SUGARS:
20 " " Crushedl and Poawdered;
50 Bales Heavy Gunny BAGGING;
300 Coils ROPE;
50 shdls. Choice DACON SIDES;
250 Kegs NA ILS:
50 Uihls. N. 0. SYRUP;
20 has. Cnha: MOLASSES.
Candles, Teas, Pepper, Spice, Ginger,
Powder, Shot, Bales Yarn, Flour,
Tobacco, &c., &c.
To nll of which they invite the attention of their
Mr. GEO. ROBINSON, of Hamburg, will be
found at the above House, and will be pleased to
see his friends fromuEdgefield & Abberille Districts.
Also--Agents for the sale of Biehmond Fate
tory WOOLENS. STRIPES and OSNABURGS.
Augusta, Oct 12 3m 40
In Store and Arriving.
JAVA, Laguira, and Rio COFFEES;
A. B. C. Crushed and Brown SUGARS;
lIest quality N. 0. and Muscovado MOLASSES;
Heavy Gunny and 45 inch Dundee BAGGING;
Strong Green Leaf and Spun ROPE.
For sale by
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.
Seamless Sacks SALT, fred? fronm Charlesgon:
Bacon SIDES, SHOULDERS and Leaf LARD ;
Superfm'o and Extra Family FLOUR;:
Fine Chewing TOBACCO and CIGARS;
English Breakfast. Gunpowder and H~yson TEAS,
to which we call particular attention.
For sale by
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.
Heavy OSNABURGS, SHIRUTING and YARNS;
BROGANS, SHOES, GAITERS and BOOTS, at
extremely low prices.
1000 pairs White and Blue BLANK ETS ;
Planters buying by the Bale will do well to call at
H, k N. E. SOLOMON.
Gibson's Old Rye, X, XX, XXX, XXXX, WHI$
K EYS ;
Bourigon County Rye WHISKEY ;
Corn WHISKEY, distilled in this Country;
Imported BRANDY, GIN, RUM and Sherry
Imuported Madeira and Port WINES..
For sale by
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.
A complete assortment of
Mexican, Texan and English SADDLES;
Carriage. Buggy. Gig and Waggon HA RNESS;
BRIDLES, MARTINGALES, Martingalo COL
Lead LINES, Plough BRIDLES and BITS;
Carriage. Buggy and Wagon WHIPS, at Manu
facturers prices. For sale by
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.
Sweed IRON for Plows, Tires, c., &c.
Cottage and Teaster BEDSTEADS ad CHAIRS:
Harness, Upper and Solo LEATHER ;
Childrens GIGS and CARRIAGES, very low;
Train and Linseed OIL; TURPENTINE an.d
WHITELEAD. For sale by
H. & N E. SOLOMON.
Hamburg, Sept. ', 1859 tf 3
ALL persons indebted to the subseribers ae
earnestly urged to make payment, that we.
may discharge our own liabilities and close up or r
All business of tbe Firm unsettled by the first <i
January next, will be placed in the h'ansds of an
Attorney without discrimination.
DLAND & BUTLER.
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