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WM. QUATTLEBUM, LEWIS JONES,
LEWIS COVAR, H. BOULWARE,
JAMES SPANN, | F. M. NICHOLAS,
S. HARRISON, ROBERT D. BRYAN,
WM. L. STEVENS, JACKSON COVAR,
For Tax Collector.
STARLING TURNER, THEOPHILUS DEAN,
M. W. LYLES, I CHARLES CARTER,
CHAS. M. MAY.
JOHN C. LOVELESS, I T. J. WHITAKER,
J. P. ABNEY, W. F. DURISOE,
D. L TURNER. DAVID BODIE,
T UE undersigned have this day formed a Part
nership for the PRACTICE OF LAW AND
EQUITY, under the name and style of LANDRUN
G. W. LANDRUM,
J. P. MOORE.
Edgese-ld C. H., Jan.13. tf 2
HENRY T. WRIGHT,
A.TT O BNEWiir A.T LA.W
AND SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
Office nearly opposite the "Saluda House."
Edgefield C. H., Oct 17, 3m 41
S. B. GRIFFIN,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity,
Will attend promptly to all business entrusted
to his care. Office No. 2, Law Range.
Edgefield C. I., Nov. 16, 1859 tf 45
P &RTNERSHIP NOTICE.--Tho under
signed have formed a partnership for the
PRACTICE OF MEDICINE in all its branches.
Patients will be attended to by one or both with
out additional charge.
0. M. YARBOROUGH,
A. J. DOZIER.
Nov. 23 tf 46
DR J B COURTNEY will prompt
ly perform all work in the line
of Dentistry that may be entrusted
to him. He will take pleasure in waiting on those
desiring his services at their residenee if they will
notify him through the office at Edgefield C. H1.
He will be at the Village Sale days and Court
weeks. Oct. 3rd 1y - 39
DR. X. PARKER, can generally
be found at the Office formerly
ocoapled by G. D. Tillman, Esq., and
will be sure to be thore during Sale-day week.
March 2, 1859 . tf 8
LOOK OUT FOR THE ENGINE
While the Bell Rings!
IfW SiO!W601 8!!If ODSI'
T HE Undersigned having associated in copart
nership In the Mereantile Business, take this
method of informing the people of Edgefield Dis
trict, that they have a
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STORE
erected at Maj. Bowles' Steam Mill, 14 miles
North of Edgefield Court House, near the Martin
Town Road leading from Hamburg to 96 Depot,
where they offer a most splendid assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS;
'HARD WARE, CROCKERY and CUTLERY,
DRUGS, MEDICINES and GROCERIES,
And every variety of Merchandise suited to the
-wants of the people, of every ag,- or sex.
HEATH & HOLLOWAY.
Nov. 1.1 8tf . 45
BURMASTEI & BMRRY,
NO. 151 BROAD STREET,
ONE DOOR BELOW TRlE IECIANIC'S BANE
At the well known Stand so long occupied by the
late Mr. B. F. CHEW.
. DEALERS IN~
TIN W.A.EE, .N.N
HOUSE KEEPING ARTICLES,
Stoves, Grates and Ranges,
Tin Plate, .
TINNERS' MACHINES AND TOOLS,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE
lydrants, Pumps, Block Tin,
LEAD, COPPER,.Auo GALVANIZED
Plated and -Planisheed Ware !
t.,,r sts,"k of COOKTNO STOVE.S is very com
plete, vmbracing all the popular Styles
now in use, and representing n.,
-less than 18 different
Manufactured in Augusta. and the Celebrated
STEWAR.T STOVE !
.Augusta. Aug. 24, 'iS9 tf 33
IROi .A.ND 'E3A.8B
F OUN.DR Y.
MACHINE & GENERAL MANUFACTU'NG
S H OP.
L. HOPKINS & Co., P1'oprietors,
H AVING the most extensive facilities with
SHOP? TOOLS. and P AT TE R NS in the
cobntry, we are now ready and will be thankful
for all orders for Gold Mines, Mills, Gin Gearing.
Steam Boats, Stave and Shingle Machines, Hlorse
Powers, r 'p Mills, Cotton Presses, Thrashers,
Fans, Sh.4ung, Pulleys, Cook, Parlor and Box
Stoves, Tin Work. In fact, any articeo in Iron,
Brass or Wood. Address
J. E. MACMURPHY, Sup't.
Augusta, April 11, 1859. 1y 14
Brought to Jail
O F this bistrict, a Negro man who says that
his name is JOURDUAN, and that he b~elongs
to one Zipdon Scott, of Cabarrus County, N. C.
Said Jourdan is about 40 years of age, 5 feet
10 inches high, weighs 135 lbe., and as to com
plexion, he is all negro.
Jourdan states that ho was, when taken up, on
his way to Mississippi, wshere he has spent the
greater part of his life.
The owner Is requested to come forward, prove
property, pay expenses and take him away, other.
wise he will be dealt with as the latw directs.
T. H. CLARtK, J. E. D.
Dec1 6 f 48
N OTICE.-AI persons indebted to me will
make payment immediately to J. A. Devore,
whom I have appointed moy Agent dluring my ab
sence from the State; and those having claims
against me will present the same to him for pay
ment. A. W. LOWE.
Dee I 4m 48
WIE Hiave just received a part of our Fall ad.
diio to our already large Stock of
A LOT OF B TREA US,
BUREAU WASH STANDS,
EXTENSIO TOWEL RACKS,
CRAB T ABLES,
CARPET MA TS,
&c., Ac., A e.
WITT & HUDSON.
Nov 23 tf 461
Buggy & Wagon Harness.
T HIE S ubseriber is now having manufactured
ba competent workman, and of the best
material, BUGGY AND WAGON HARNESS,
HIRITCHING, &c., which he will warrant to
work well and give satisfaction.
SADD)LES of every quality made to order at
the shortest notlee.
REPAIRING ia the HARNESS and SAD
DLERY business doue with neatness and prompt.
Jjy D. W. CHRISTIAN, Agt.
WHOLESALE AND RETA
NECK TIES, SUSPENDERS, &
J. M. NEWE
WILL Keep constantly on hand at his NEW STORE,
CHOICEST Styles of READY-MADE CIL
ETLEI IS FlUAIEIS H
(,THe will be pleased to show them to the Readers of tl
Augusta. Call and see him.
Augusta, Ga., Nov 30 Im
FALL & WINTER GOODS !
We have on hand a Superior Stock of the
MOST FASHIONABLE READY-MADE
FURI 8HIUU soon$@
A Splendid Stock of all kinds and* qualities of Black and
Col'd CLOTHS; Black and Fancy CASSIMERES;
all kinds of VESTINGS-all of which we will
make to order in the most fashionable styles,
and warranted to fit.
WE WISH IT UNDERSTOOD THA TWE
FINEST COODS IN MARKET,
VAN WINKLE & SHTACKELFORD
tider' thle United States Hotel.
Augusta, Oct 17 '3m 41
(SUCCESSORS TO. JA MES M. NEWBY & COMPANY.)
SUPERIOR READY MADE CLOTHING
Under the United States ibote, Augusta, Ga.
HORA, WISE & CO.,
HAVE JUST OPENED A MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER
FRMEN ND OY EbA. mePersons wantin 00DS in tirline, ca~ be shown
CLOTBS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
HAS BEEN SELECTED WITH CARE, AND COMPRISES THE NEWEST AND BEST
Grade of Goods known to the Trade.
THEY WILL BE MADE UP rO ORDE IN TE BES TEI AT C'HE SHIORT
TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
CALL AND LOOK THROUGH.
Augusta, Ga., Sept., 19, 1859. - f 37
HATS AlD API.
A few doors below the CI TY H O T EL and nearly
opposite Monument Street, A UG US TA, GA.,
Yi0U WILL FIfrND
REMSEN'S NEW GRANITE FRONT
Where can be had from an entire Newv Stock, some of the finest
HATS and CAPS, ever offered in this market.
My goods are selected with great caire (and with manyII years ex
perience in the trade) from the best and most popular Manufacto
ries of the North, and mostly made expressly to my order.
-A L SO
Woolley's Graniteville, S. C., HATS, always on hand, which I can
confidently recommend to Planters andl others, to wear entirely be
yond the expectations of any pulrch~aser. I shall hold out rare in
ducements for a share of the public patronage.
CALL AND SEE C. P. REMSEN,.
And he will show you the latest Aqgony of a Hat.
Gents fine Mole Skin HATS, of every style and quality ; Gents
fine Casimere Dress HATS; Gents soft Ledger HATS, Fur, Cloth,
Velvet, &c.; Gents fine Morphy HA TS; Gents 'Hungarian style of
various colours; Planters extra broad brim soft HATS; Gents soft
high and low crowned HATS, of all colors.
Boys cloth, leather, fur and velvet HA TS and CAPS.
Negro plantation Wool Hats, of different styles and quality, cheap.
Infants fancy HATS, CAPS and Head Riging, in abundance.
Made in the best manner of the richest materials.
I can offer extra inducements to0 all who wish to purchase, as
from my location, tarzgon rent and other expences is small, and
will consequently affect the price of my Goods in proportion.
C. P. RIEMSEN.
No. 238, Broad Street, the
ie Advertiser when they visit
Ps B. GLASS,
(SUCCESSOR TO R. R. L. DRYAN,)
ROOIER IN SAIONER,
175 Richardson St-three doors above the Market,
COL'MB3I.AS, 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;
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c.;
BLANK BOOKS manufactured to any pattern,
and BLANK WORK of every description pre
pared to order.
pWholesale Purchasers supplied and all or
ders promptly attended to at the loacest Cash pri
Columbia, Aug 8 Om 31
MU IC, &c., &c.
T HE subscriber, after returning thanks to their
friends in Edgefield and adjoining Districts,
for their liberal patronage during the last ten years,
would inform them that they still continue to keep
on hand a large assortment of
from the celebrated manufactories of Raven Bacon
& Co., Hazelton Bros., and A. 1H. Gale & Co., New
York, for whom they are sole Agents. Theme In
strumuents having already won such far-famed ce
lebrity, It is only necessary for us to repeat that for
strength, daurabailty and finish, together with poaaer,
depth, sweetness and softness of tonae, they challenge
competition. Persons wanting a Superior Piano
Forte, would do 'much better to call and select from
a large assortment, than by dealing with Pedlars
and agents of inferior makers, where they have no
choice, and have often to pay higher prices for in
ferior Instruments, than fine ones of superier
makers cati be bought for.
Every Piano Forte sold by us is warranted in
evory respect, so the purchaser runs no risk what
ever. Persons ordering from a distance from us
can depend upon getting a GOOD ARTICLE, as
we make it a point to keep goods of the best quality
and such as we can recommend and warrant in
every respect. Their
STOCK OF MUSIC
is very large, and they are constanatly receiving all
new pieces as they are published.
GUIT AR and VJVLtN STRtINGS -
of the the biest quality always on hand. They
would also call attention to their largo stock: of
Schaool and Miscellaneous Books,
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS,
and other articles. Also, always on hand the larg
est assortment iu the State, of
GUITARS, ACCORDEONS, VIOLINS,
FL UTES FLAGEROLETS, VIOLIN BOWS,
&c., and every article of Musienl Merchandise.
Carhart's anal Needhamn's and Prince's celebrated
Accordeonas mud Violins Repaired in the
All of the above articles sold at low prices for
CA S11 or City acceptances by
.EO. A. OATES & BROTHER,
-"IltI.-AD-ST'., lAnyuasta, Ga.,
[Between United States and Globe Hotels.]
A pril 7, 1859 .tf 13
CIOKERtING & SONS
T HIS8 is one of the OLDEST Establishments of
the kindi in this country, and they still main
taiin their SU~ItIE3MACY IN TllE MARKET.
They manufacture sout FORTY PIANOS a
week, andl are unabale to supplly the demand for
They haave had an A gency iu this City for abouat
thirty yeurs, where thousandls of their instruments
have been sold to the entire satisfaction of every
Pianos made by J.,,ol Chichkering are siome
times sold by Traveling Agents to persons who
are under ale implre.ssion that they are getting one
of~ CIIICKERtING A SONS, of waorld-widle ce
leb~rity. Hie is no conxo aof CHICKEltING &
SONS, anal has asu intrest with thema.
The gehuaine C. & Sanas Pluno have simply
-'hAickeriy,- )Iosga." hn the finger bard, and
their name in full an the sounding boardl. The
other heam "Jacobl Ch~ic-kering~" on the finger botard.
I have the saole Agency for Augusta of CHtICK
ERtING & SONS. tanda keep on band a full as
,aortment of their Pias for suale at
Anal WARItANTED to give ENTIRE SATIS
7pgtCall and see them before purchasing,. and
you will be .sure noat to buy of Pecdlars or pretend
ed traveling Agents.
P. S.-I lhave other PIANOS for sale, mad a
full staock aof GUITARS, VIOLINS, ACCORDE
ONS. M USIC, &c.
Augusta, Naov 21 tf 46
T110SOE indebtedl by Naote or Account to A. G.
ITeague or to, A. I. & T. . Teague are noti
Ied to pay the samea withaout delay. We want the
mxony,-and have nait the Inclination to give fur
thaer indulgence. Therefore those who have bieen
owing us for one, two and three years, (and somune
even longer.) would do us a favor by paying up
now : and4 it will be. to yur interest to do so.
Take warning-we are in earnest.
A. 0. & T. J. TEAGUE.
Nov. 23 I859.. tf -16
A LL persona having ademands against the Es
tate of Amnon Lindsey, dlee'd., are requested
tao preseent them to the undersigned duly atteatted,
and they are requested to furnish the Executor
with a true coipy of their respective claims, in or
dler that he may know haow much of the property
it will be necessary to sell to pay the debts of said
Estate. Anal those indebted to said Estate arta re
quested to make immediate payment.
Mi. FRAZIER, Ex'or.
.June 29, 1859.tf 2
AL1L persons having deanduas against the Es
tate of Jane Berry, deceased, will prosent
them in proaper form by the 1st Monday in Jannta
Should any one fail to observe the above notice,
they may have difficulty in obtaining asettlenment,
as it will he necessary for the Administrator to
know the precise indebtedness of the Estate, In
order to .petition the Ordinary for the specified
amount, the personal being exhausted.
Dee.7, sv'JO N LAKE, Ada'or
PELLETIER & CO.,
HAMBURG, S. C.
WOULD RESPE CT
fully invite the atten
tion of the public to
plenihed Stock of
3D r u g ,
FANCY GOODS, &C.
Their recent purchases in Now York, selected
by one of the firm with the greatest care as to
quality, enables them to offer their Goodsat pricea
as low as any similar establishment in the South.
The Public are respectfully invited to call and.
examine for themselves.
. g"Catalogues of Goods sold by them fur
nished 6n application to
A. J. PELLETIER & CO.,
Druggiste, Hamburg, S. C.
Aug3 6m 30
W M.. 1 . TTT T,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
frrit), 1!nnEIu!n aub XmIr(TcanI
No. 180 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
3,000 pounds for sale very low, by
W. 11. TUTT, DnuaoisT,
180 Broad-at., Augusta.
LINSEED OIL, WHITE LEAD, &c.
500... Gallons English Linseed Oil;
10,000. Pounds Pure White Lead;'
COLORS OF ALL KINDS, for sale at very low
figures, by W. 11. TUTT, DRUGGIsT,
108 Broad-st., Augusta.
SPERM, WHALE and LARD OIL.
A large stock always on hand and for sale low, by
W. H. TUTT, DRUGGIST,
No. 108 Broad Stmet, Augusta.
The best article known for making Soap-cheaper
and better than Potash. For sale by
W. H. TUTT, DRUGGIST,
106 Broad-st., Augusta.
Augusta, Nov. 1 tf 43
W'EOLESA.LE at 3ET.A.IL
T HE Subscriber, grateful for the very liberal
patronage he hai always received from the
People of Edgefield District, would inform them
that he has MOVED HIS BUSINESS to the well
known CORNER STORE; above the GLOBE
HOTEL, (the lato stand of Me.ssrs. Datwson A
Skinner,) and has now on hand about
DoubleSled -Plantation Brogans,
Made to order and warranted not to rip, which he
proposes to sell at a LOWER 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 sold at reduced
P. S.-A large Stoek of HEMLOCK andi OA K
TANNED SOLE !.EATHER, Kips and Russet
UPPER LEATHER, Imported CALF SKINS,
Ac., Ac., always on band, and will be sold at
.Newo York Pvrice.
Augusta, Oct 4 tf 39
ARE of'oring for Bale on LOW TERMS a large
stock of GROCERIES consisting in purl
100 Bags Chuice RIO COFFEE ;
25 " " JAVA do;
10 bhas. " N.0. SUGAR;
50 Bbls. " Clarified SUGARS;
20 " " Crushed and Powdered ;
50 Bales Heavy Gunny BAGGING ;
300 Coils ROPE ;
50 Hhds. Choice BA CON SID ES;
250 Kegs NAILS;
50 Bbls. N. 0. SYR UP;
20 Hhbds. Cuba MOLASSES.
Candles, Teas, Pepper, Spice, Ginger,
Powder, Shot, Bales Yarn, Flour,
Tobacco, &c., &c.
To all of which they invite the attention of their
Mr. GEO. ROBINSON, of Hlamburg, will ibe
found at the above House, and will b~e plesed to
see his friends from Edgefield A Abbeville Districts.
Also--Agents for the sale of Richmond Fae
tory WOOLENS. STRIPES andi OSNABIURGS.
Augusta, Oct]12 xm -40
In Store and Arriving.
J AVA, Laguira, and Rio COFFEES;
A. B. C. Crushed and Brown SUGARS;
Best quality N. 0. and Museovado MOLASSES;
Heavy Gunny andI 45 inch Dundee BlAGUING ;
Strong Green Leaf and Spun ROPE.
For sale by
H. k N. E. SOLOMON.
Semnless Sacks SA LT, frsh fromn Charle.ton;
Bacon SIDES, SHOULDERS andi Leaf LA RD ;
Superfine and Extra Family FLOUR;:
Fine Chewing TOBACCO and1 CIG AlIS;
English Breakfast, Gunpowvder and Hlyson T EAS,
to which we call particular attention.
For sale by
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.
heavy OSNABURLGS, SII IRTING and YARNXS:
BROGANS, SHOES, GAITERS and BOUTS, at
extremely low ptriccs.
10001 pairs White and Blue ltLANK ETS:
Planters buying by the B;aie will dio well to call at
H. k N. E. SOLOMON.
Gibson's Old Rye, X, XX, XXX, XXXX. W H[S.
Bourbon County Rye W Hi[SKEY:
Corn W HISK EY, distilled in this Country ;
Imprted BRANDY, GIN, RUM and Sberry
Imported Madeira and Port WINES.
For sale by
H . & N. P. 80LOMON.
A complete assortment o~f
Mexican, Texan and English SA DDLES ;
Carriage, Buggy, Gig and Waggon H[ARNESS ;
BRIDLES, MARLTINGALES, Martingule COL
Lead LINES, Plough BRIDLES andI BITS:
Carriage, Buggy andi Wagon W hIPS, at Mann
facturere pricea. For sale by
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.
Sweed IRON for Plows, Tires, Ac.. Ae.
Cottage and Teaster BEDSTEADS and CHAIRS;
Harness, Upper and Sole LEATIIER ;
Childreus GIGS and CARRIAGES, very low ;
Train and Linseed OIL; TURPENTINE and
WITELEA D. For sale by
H. & N. E. SOLOMON.
Hamburg, Sept. 7, 1859 tf 35
W E offer to the public this season, a VERY
LARGE and CHOICE 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 grower.
A deperiptive Catalogue will be mailed free to
Persons desirous of putting out Fruit Trees the
coming season will find it greatly to their advan
tage by purchasing Southern raised Trees, in
preference to Northern, as being hotter adapted to
this elimate, s~nd the varieties having mostly been
originated South. Address
P. T. BERICKMANS A C0.
SUPERIOR TO PERUVIAN GUANO!
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOR COTTON, TOBACCO, WHEAT, CORN, &c.
Composed of Dried Blood, Bones, Sulphuric Acid, Peruvian Guano and Suil
phate of Aw'nonia.
One hundred 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 HEAVIER BOLLS OF COTTON, and greater WEIGHT OF WHEAT and other
Grain, per bushel, than Peruvian Guano. It also PREVErsT ST.
The following are among the numerous Certificates received
by Prof. J. Mapes.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Sept. 20, 1859.
J. J. MAPES, Esq.-Dear Sir: I have very great pleasure in writing you touching
the eff'ects of your Super-Phosphate of Lime on our Cotton crop. Having tested it
againstfour other preparations, and the appearance of the plant is most hopeful and
promising as regards a large and remunerating yield. I feel certain ybur manure
will give from one hundred to one hundred and thirty pounds of Cotton more per
acre than any other preparation.
It is a remarkable fact that no Rust is seen 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 weigh 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, some being six feet high, and hold
ing from 80 to 110 bolIs to each stalk. I am very truly, H. LOMAS.
The N. C. Dispatch, March, 1859.-"My Wheat crop grown upon Guano,
weighed but fifty-three pounds, while that grown upon Mapes' Phosphates of Lime
weighed fifty-nine to sixty-one pounds per bushel."
DARIEN, CT., Sept. 27th, 1859.
I know of no other Manure that is as good for the Garden or other crops, so far
as I have tried it, as Mapes' Nitrogenized Super.phosphate of Lime. I deem it
better than the best of Guano. Yours, respectfully, NAT'L WEED.
0*Orders for the above Fertilizer promptly filled by H. & N. E. SOLOMON,
Hamburg, S. C.
Circulars giving directions for use, testimonials, &c., sent gratis.
Price per Ton in Hamburg, $56.
Nov 1 3m 43
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
Single Ton of 2000 Lbs. - - - - - - $50,00
5 or more Tons, - - - - - - - - - $45.00
NEVA5A ISLAND, IN THlE CARIBBEAN SEA.
1 to 5 tons of 2240 L bs.---- ------$37,00
6 tol10 " " " "--- ------$35,50
There has been excellent reports of this G uano from various
quarters, when mixzed with one-thir'd of Per-uvian Guano.
H. & N. E.. SOLOMON,
Agents for the above.
Hamburg, Nov. l6, 1859) tf . 45.
For Planters Purchasinig Manures A fI
STANDARD MNUREQ-.a ac
FOR Froan the Soutis Pacice Oceaan,
Cotton, Wheat, Corn, and IM RED YTH
Tobacco Culture, . ER ANG NOCmAY
BESIDES.ALL ROOT CRIOPS, E O E
T HIS elebrated and Standard MJanure, which IISuafrspeortayohrFrt
is fully warranted and sold under a LEGAL I srkon nlo EMNN AU
GUARANTEE, can be bad of tot.sii odatTIT E ETlt
. A. ANSLEY & co.,th nPrva un.Ispcla aua on
Ageonts ihr Manufhecturer-s, Lmealsi orsoet h oltepapr
At No. 300 BroadL Street, Aauutu, Ga., tc otb osatvo~ig n h '~ne
Who will sell at Manufacturers Prices, Forly-fivewilbenldno rlytraproisusa
Dollars per Ton, with shipaping expecnses added.pretcobufidislnathendfth
Pamphlets, giving directions fur use, sent by saohatiraidsrnerqiigals
mail, if desired. - muto un irtenx lnig
Augusta, Aug. 31, 1859 tf 34 Ti un edbtde u twlset x
ASUBSTITUTE FOR PERUVIAN GUANO, nbe owtsaa heefcso ruht
L. S. H 0 Y( T'S fPrva unfo isftlrtsdrn
aTdrySseapenr-phosphate byfthemuseso thehAmicai
coThebapplicatifntoe thit Gaanie,5 tor100epound
SUneadpietePER ienceHA fulrnaved taodreors beut~ssu
T HISBGuanotfartuperior to Gny oiringFtrti.
11to - stheeaia sol is sl ALS AGRY E ENT .
ca~wbiietilast by conetantaetopctigeandurheiPhnanr
viaualeFerilzes, niea ii te artlpresentstht 0rp bu in his lan at Ah ndfth
IIONE.seasonUhealthier and 0tronger, requiIingAaDlTsl
A~l)~,ASIt)IASUIA.san PamountIti DoWuNo h nextVA pAntA
We are eess, ttterloto referltnt tlandgthetlare thereby
naaallela us hv ue iT' U enabled towthtn the eIfct 0f druht
P110 I'l A~ of IM upo thir copsof gt. eatr deg reth.uar o these oFEanyIothERSr
ton, ornAc..the la~t nJ ofetervia Guanoh, ontsftan renulys dn
TIOS 1'.WIATI:. ~a..I~e~ Ilaad dryC Cert&ason aisl o.aeyteusfteAei
per nereIwlZ ensurewnderfulBuroseofo.,ttan
CIrnFWhatNRyeTobacEo Vegetabes, &,e
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GEO. V. J.AL..EDAWSON," AgentO
E. M.PENDLTON, .D., AugrtstaacoGa.
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resoration BLAN A BTLER.ND MTBURT
Nw..I~9 f 5R OWNMXICA A 4A
FALL AND WINTER TRADE
T HIE Subscribers respectfully call attention to
their Stock of
Fall and Winter Good I
It is, perhaps, as complete as any in the Vil.
lage, and was selected with a view to please both
Village and Country customers.
Among the many articlesthat they are offering
for sale, may be found the following:
A for Superior SILK ROBES;
" "t DeLain "
" " Cashmere "
A good lot of plain French MERINOS
AN ;t "1 and Figured all wool DE.
A fow fine VELVET CLOAKS;
A good variety of Black and Colored CLOTH
Sea-Side, Stella and Plaid all wool SHAWLS;
A few fine Trimmed BONNETS -
A good lot of Cheneal and Straw BONNETS;
A large lot of Bonnet, Trimming and Belt RIB.
Embroidered and Hem-stitehed HDK'FS;
" COLLARS and CUFFS;
Lace SETTS and Lace BERTHAS or CAPES;
Fine Kid, Cloth and Doe Skin GLOVES and
A good variety of HOOP-SKIRTS;
A fine stock of CORSETS, BODICES, &c.;
A very full lot of Ladies and Men's Merino and
A choice variety of English, French and Ger
man FANCY GOODS, PERFUME RY, &c.
A variety of Ladies' and Misres' Kid Heeled
FOR MEN AND BOYS; WEAR.
A good lot of fine and common CASSIMERES,
A large lot HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ae.
Negro Kerseys and Negro Shoes,
BED AND NEGRO BLANKETS,
VER JF I N E W TE0 WEzLyR,
Crockery, Hardvare, &c.
To an examination of the above named articles
and the prices, the Subscribers again earnestly
iivite all buyers, and respectfully solicit a share
of the trade of the season.
COLEMAN & DEAN.
Oct 19 tf 41
CHRISTIE & HULEERT'S
A fine assortment of CARRIA
GES, BUGGIES, ROCKA
WAYS, HARNESS, WHIPS, Ac.,
&c., have recently been purchased by one of tie
Firm, from the best Factories, and are e'xpected
daily to arrive. The varieties of style, finisB and
price, will be calculated to suit the taste of all
who may wish to purchase any article in their line.
CHRISTIE A HULBERT.
All persons indebted to us previous to lst Jan'y
last, must pay up, or we will be forced to put their
notes in suit. We cannot get along without money.
C. A H.
Aug. 31, 1859 tf 34
WITT & HUDSON,
HAVE OPENED A
Beween E. Penn and John Colgan,
WHERE WE HAVE ON HAND A COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF FURNITURE,
200K CASES, .IBRA RET, DESKS,
BUREAUS, BUREAU WASH STANDS,
With Marble tops-single and doable.
WASH STANDS. OF EVERY KIND,
T AEBL E S.
EITENSION TABLES, PARLOR TABLES
with Slabs, READING and QUARTETTE
TABLES, TOWEL AND CLOTHES
RACKS. BOOK AND CORNER STANDS,
A Flue'Tot ofloas, Ottoinans, ac.
A chsoice lot of
PARILOR, DINING ROOM AND LIBRARY
CHAIRS, SUEL'S OFFICE CHAIR, Stool,
Cane and Mahogony R OCK ING CH AIRS,
Misses' Sitting and Rtocking CHA IRS,
Child's Table CHAIRS, Ac.
A LOT OF FANCY WORtK TABLES,.
IWORK BOXES, ~SPOOL STANDS, POR
TrA'LE DESKS, OFFICE-DESKS, 'Children's
BUltEA US, CUBBA RDS, SAFES. BED
-STEADS. CRADLES, LOOKINU
G LASS PL ATE, Ac.
Also, several excellent pieces of
CARPET TA CKS AND BINDING, RUGS AND
MATS, WIND)OW CORNICE, SHADES,
CORDS, TASSELS, CURTAIN PINS,
&c., &c., Ac.
The above articles are all recently purchased
from the best HIouses in New York, and will be
sold at low prices for cash.
pl&At the old stand,. we will continue to work
to order, and Repair old work entrusted to our
If you want to buy, call,-and if you do not,call
andl we will take pleasure in showing you our
stck WITT &-HUDSON.
A pril 13 tf 14
N OTICE.--AII persons indebted to the Es.
tate of Dr. G1. C. Cunningham, dee'd., will
please come forward and make immediate pay
-ment; and all having claims against said Estate
will present them yroperly attested.
WM. HILL, Ex'or.
Hamburw. June 11th, 1859. ly23
State of South Carolina,
M. G. Morgan, and1
S. Broadwater Bill To account
John B. Griflis and For relief.
John Hill, Ex'ers..
I T aippearing to my satisfaction, that John.Hill,
one of the Defendants in the above-stated ease,
is absent from, and resides beyond the-limits of
this State. It is ordered, that he do appear, and
plead~ answer or demur to this Bill, within three
mionths from the publication hereof: or on dofault
Judlgemtent pro confess. will be rendered againt
him.A. SIMKINS, c....D
Oct. 23. 1859 - 3m. 42.
The State of South Carolina,
OFFICE, COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONN
AND COMMON PLEAS.
jTHOMAS G. BACON, Clerk of said Coart,
in pursuncee of the Act of the Legislature, in
such case made and provided, do herebyv giv pub.
lie notice, that an election for Clerk, Ordinsr3 and
Sheriff, foer Edgefield District,'will be hed on
Mondaeay the ninth dny of ,lanuary next, at the
usual places of election throughout the said Dii
Witness my hand at Edgefield Court House, this
third day of November, A. D). 1859.
T HOS. G. BA CON, c.o.s. a c.r.
Nov. 3, 1659 tf 44
SPIEC1AL REQUEST--As I am desirous
of making same changes in my business, I
earnestly request all persons Indebted to meui
any wise to make payment on or by the 25th of
December next.* JAS. A. T ALBER T.
Oct.26 * tf 42.
INOTICE-The Notes and Accounts due Ber
ryman for Boots and Shoes have been placed
in the hands of John L. Addison, E'sqr., for col
lection. Will those whe are indebted to h'a.
please call at the Squire's officee and oettle ? ~The
tmoney must be paid:~ S. F. GOODE.
flet. 1'ith 1859 tf 41
T HIE subscriber begs leave to inform the plan
ters of this and the a~joining Districts, that
he has on hand a superior lot of CA DENHEAD
IRON PLOW STOCKS, with which every Far
mer would do well to steek his farm before'com
meneing the winter plowing. ~ .GIFN
Nov. 8 tf 44
T3 HIS is to certify that I have appointed, em
't powered and authorized Maj. John HHgts,
to, act as my Agent in the settlemient of the Estate
of my son John A. Rearden, deeased, an'd he Is
therefore duly authorised to receive and reesipt In
my name for all dnesabelongig.to said Estate, and
also to, pay all demands ~plnst the sanewhich
are properly probated aecordiing's
y NANCY BEARD ,AdmYW
Decd'd$89 :f 4A