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-fr L. ADDISON, .
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICI
TOR IN EQUITY,
EDGEFIELD C. H" S. C.,
. Office in Law Kanga.
May 22, $ tf 21
HW. ADDISON, ATTORNEY AT LAW
. and SOLICITOR IN EQUITY for Edge
field and adjacent District.i.
Edgefield, S. C., May Vi 4m 21
DR. J. B. COURTNEY respectfully in
forms his bid friends and the public general
ly that he is prepared to do ell work in the
DENTAL LINE, in the be.t manner, and on
short notice. He will wait on parties at theil
residence when requested to do so. Letters ad
dressed him at Edgefield C. H., or at Grauite
ville, will receive prompt attention.
May 22 3$m* 21
HE Subscriber has just received a NICE
New Calicoes and Muslins.
, Also, Jaconet, Nainsook, Plain, Striped and
Dotted SWISS MUSLINS.
jetp*A few Brade's Patemt and Crown HOES,
with many other useful articles, which will be
SOLD LOW FOR CASH ONLY.
B. C. BRYAN, A-ent.
May 22 ( if 21
WRIGHT, MOBLEY 4t CO.
HAYE OPENED A
DR. JOHN R. MOBLE Y'S,
MINE CREEK, S. C.,
AND ARE OFFERING TO THEIR COUNTRY
FRIENDS A VARIED AND CAREFULLY
SELECTED STOCK OF
Spring Dry Goods,
RECENTLY PURCHASED AT THE RE
DUCED FIGURES, CAUSED BY THE
LATE DECLINE IN THE PRICE
. OF COTTON.
%3fCALL AND SEE.'?^
May 22 tf 21
JFHE Subscriber is now receiving, and will
continue to re?oive during the Season, a LARGE
and CHOICE ASSORTMENT of WA RR EN T- \
ED FRESH and GENUINE
Imported and American Turnip
Consisting in port
FOR JULY SOWING :
Largo Purple Top Yellow RUTA BAGA ;
Skirving's Improved SWEDE.
FOR SUMMER SOWING:
Large Yellow GLOBE ;
L-?rge White GLOBE;
Waites' ECLIPSE ;
Larg? Whito NORFOLK ;
Koi-inson's Golden 'BALL ;
Strap Leaved RED TOP:
White FLAT DUTCH.
FOR SEPTEMBER SOWING:
Large YELLOW ABERDEEN,-very fine.
These Turnips iu good soil will grow to woigh
from 1 to 20 pounds.
Also, MANGLE WURTZEL BEET, both Red
and Yellow, grows to an cnorrnus sino, uud is line
for feeding Stack in Winter.
All of which can be had at thc AUGUSTA
GA. SEED STORE, No. 13. Washington Strict,
one door from South sido of Broad. Notice for
Sign over the door.
Augusta, May 22 fli 21
BY Virtue of an Order ft om W\ F. Durisoe,
Ordinarv, I wiil proceed to s?.-!l at Edgefield
C. H., on THURSDAY, the 7th JUNE next, tho
VALUABLE LAW LIBRARY,
Of tho late GEO. W. LANDR?M, dccM. A rare
opportunity is here offered to procure ? splendid
Library of tho Beat Lawand Equity works extant.
W. M. LAND RUM, Ad'or.
May 23 St 21
BY virtue of an Order of the Court of Ordina
ry, I will sell at Edgefield C. H., S. C., on
THURSDAY, the 7th June next, tho
Of Hon? F. n. WARDLAW, deceased.
Z. V. CARWILE, C.E.E.D. A Ad'or.
May 14 4t .20
IWILL SELL THE FIRST MONDAY IN
JUNE (Sale-day) at AUCTION,
ONE LOT OF GOOD FURNITURE.
BEDSTEADS, BEDS and MATTRASSES ;
One Good Second Hand CARRIAGE ;
One Oood Second Hand Two Iiorso WAGON
Two Good MILCH COWS;
BACON, LARD, CORN, PEAS, ?c., ?c.
El?" Terms. Cash.
S. F. GOODE.
May 2.J 2t 21
WILL be sold at the late rosidence of GEO.
MILLER, deceased, on THURSDAY, the
7th day of JUNE, the entire effects of said de
ceased, consisting of
MULES AND HORSES,
CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP, GOATS,
TWO WAGONS AND GEAR,
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
A VALUABLE LIBRARY,
THE GROWING CROP, ?c.
_^S*"Terms Ca;b,iu Specie, or its equivalent iu
JOHN LAKE, E.x'or.
May 21 3t* 21
Blooded Stock for Sale.
FOR SALE A FINE MARE AND COLT,
Coit five vrceksold-by Dick Cheatham. Terms
Fmm this date, I will hire my HORSE and
BUGGY, at tho rate of $10 per ibiv, Cash.
JAS. M. HARRISON.
ALL Person? indobted to thc lute Law Firm of
MORAGNE ? ADDISON, ore hereby no
titied to como forward and Hettie their indebted
ness, or niako other satisfactory arrangements,
forthwith. . H. W. A DDIS CN,
May 23_Sm 21
THE NOTES sn.I ACCOUNTS of tho la**
Firm of BLAND A HILL have boen p?actd
in tho hand? of J. L. ADDISON, Esq., for collic
tiou. All persons indebted to SM id Finn are re
quested to call and sott'c the samo.
J. WALTER HILL,
May 21 _1'? 21
ALL pcrvonr having claims ngainst the Estate
of Dr. J. F. ADAMS, ilec'd., aro notified to
present the same, duly attested, without delay.
Thoso indebted to said Estato are requested to
pay up at an early date.
J. T. ADAMo, J
ALL Rewon*indebted to the^E'tnte of J. P.
BATES, deceased, are requested to pty the
same as ear! r 84 p?fttble. Tbo^e having claims
againxt th? said Estate arc notified to render them
in to the nuderaiguod. pr?>per:y attested.
. LUCY J. BATES, Ad'ix.
May 15 . Sj? 20
IRK'S POPULAR BED BUG-KILLER.
TEAGUE A CARWILE.
SELLING OFF AT COST
FOR CASH OiUYI
WE WILL SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK
OF GOODS AT COST.
Any person wishing to engage in the mercan
tile business can get a first rate bargain.
Our Goods wore purchased in New York by an
experienced purchaser, and received since tho
first of April.
Our Stock comprises everything kept in a'first
class Country Store,-including
English *nd Amerioan PRINTS j
SHEETING, SHIRTINGS and TICKINGS:
A Super or lot of GINGHAMS;
A Splendid lot Summer SILKS ;
Swiss, Ji.conct, Nainsook and Book MUSLIN ;
Victoria LAWN ;
LACES ind EMBROIDERIES ;
HOSIERY and GLOVES ;
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, 4c.
A Good Assortment of Groceries?
GLASS AND CROCKERY,
HARDWARE, TINWARE, CUTLERY, Ac.
We bavo one of the largest and most complete
stocks of Goods ever offered to the public in a
Our Goods were purchased CHEAP, and we
intend to sell them as cheap as they can be pur
chased in Augusta or elsewhere.
HUDSON, PARKS & ROBERTSON.
Parks Store, May 22 5t IS
CLOSING OUT ?
THE Subscribers take pleasure in notifying
their friends and the public that from this
date thoy will commence to sell their LARGE
STOCK OF GOODS
AT PRIME COST ?
Our Stock consists in pnrt of a beautiful array of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, such as
Swiss MUSLINS and ORGANDIES;"
Plain, Dotted and Embroidered SWISSES ;
White JACONETS and Indian MULL ;
Summer and Mourning CALICOES ;
Swiss TRIMMINGS ;
Ladies''COLLARS and CUFFS ;
Ladies, Gent's and Boys' Fancy NECK TIES ;
Ladies' HATS and BONNETS;
Gontlcnien's wearing LINENS ;
HOOP SKIRTS, Ac, Ac.
Shoes and Boots.
Just reooived and opened, a beautiful variety of
Gentlemen's FINE SUMMER SHOES, embra
cing Putcut Leather, Goat Skin and Calf Skin
" A." " C " and Crushed SUGARS ;
COFFEE. HYSON TEA;
Black PEPPER, Cooking SODA f
MACARONI, CANDLES, SOAP:
White ard Apple VINEGAR, Ac'
Hardware, Crockery, &c.
NAILS. Wending HOES, Trice CHAINS;
PISTOL?, Gun and Pistol CAPS;
POWDER and SHOT;
A beaut ful selection of GRANITE WARE,
" C" WARE ;
BRIDLES und GIRTHS .
BLACKING! and Blacking BRUSHES,
And a great ninny articles too tedious to mention.
We invite our patrons to look through our Stock
and if they tee anything they reed, wc are co.'i
tident that we caa sell it to them.
^???~Wc know that nn ney is becoming scarce,
hence we ure determined . to iel! our pr?tent
Sioek of Goods.
WARREN & LOVELACE.
Ridgeway, May 15 3t 20
A SUPPLY OF COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA, CAN
DLES. STARCH. SODA, SALT. SOAP,
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBAC
CO, MACKEREL, PEPPEU. IN
DIGO, MATCHES, ?tc, Ac.
All of which I will sell on very reasonable terms
$25- CORN mid BACON received and sold on
Cuutmictfiou. S. II. M AX G ET.
A, Simon, Agent,
HA3 NOV,' IN STORE, and is constantly re
ceiving, at bi* new stand on the Merrin
Town Road, near Garrison Holloway's, Esq.,
FRESH SUPPLIES OF CHOICE
BOOTS AND SI?OES,
?nil Every Hind of ElesraM and Fiishionnblt;
For Spring & Summer
ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE
All of wbich will be sold at GREATLY RE
DUCED .'RICES; aud to which he respectfully
nvites tho attention of thc public.
May3 tf 19
Tax Collector's Notice.
IWILL OPEN" MY BOOKS for tho collection
of thc State and District Taxes at Edgcfield
C. H., on the 21st inst., und will keep them open
until the 5th July next.
Tax Pnyors are requested to come forward at as
oarly a day as thoy can.
Those having freedmen employed aro request
ed to make the rotunas and pay the Tuxes for
My books will open at ft o'clock A. M., and
close at 5 P. M.
^Sg~Those who have failed to make their As
sessment returns must do so by the Oth June next,
or they will be subject to double tax.
BENJ. ROPER, T. C. E. D.
WILL stand tho SPRING SEASON of I860,
at Twenty-five Dollars thc Season,-com
mencing the 1st March and ending tho 20th June. I
He will bc at Edgefiold CH. on MONDAYS,
TUESDAYS and WEDNESDAYS, and nt Dr.
John R. Mobley's cn FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS
and SUNDAYS. Ho will bc on thc Road from
Edgefield to Dr. Mobley's on Thursdays. A Note
for thc $25 must bo given in every instance, and
one dollar also must be pitid tho groom.
JAS. M. HAlAlSON,
Agent for THOS. G. BACON.
Mar 13 3m ll
State of South Carolina.
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinury of
Whereas, H. W, Addison, has appliod to
me for Letters of Administration, on all and sin
gu'ar the goods and chattols, rights and cr?dita
of D. J. Gilchrist, Jr., lato of the District afore
These oro, therefore, to cite and ndmonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the said
deceased, to lo und appear beforo mo, Rt our next
Ordir>ary's C"nrt for tao said District, to be h?dden
at EJge?elr ?"ourt Hou?o, on tho 5ih duy ot
Juno next, to show cause, if any, why the
said administration should not be granted.
(liven uuder u v hand and seal, this 21st day of
Miry in year of our Lord one thousnud eight hun
dred and sixty-six, and in thc ftuth ycur of the
Iudependcnc? of tLc United States of America.
W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
May 23 . 2t 21
TUE Subscribers aro in receipt of, and will on.
deavor to keep on hand, a choico Lot of
family Groceries, such as
COFFEE. SUGAR. TEA;
CANDLES, SOAP, MACKEREL;
FLOUR. LARD, MACARONI ;
Black PEPPER,SPICES, CITRON, SODA;
Water und Fancy CRACKERS. Ac., Ac.
Also, on hand ? variety of NUTSand CANDIES.
All of the above mentioned nrticles, besidei.
many not enumerated, we propi.se to sell as cheap
HS tboy can be bought in Edgerivld.
?sj~ Ca'l and give ns a trial.
J. R. CARWILL' A CO.
May 15 If 20
ALL Persons luivinir demands npainst tho Es
tate of SHIRLEY B. WHATLEY, dee'd.,
.tre requested to present them forthwith to th?
undersigned ; ard those indobtcd to said Estate
are requested lo xiake payment to ibo under
?gn?i. W. W. ADAMS, Ex'or.
May 15 3D 2D
An Elegant Supply of Gorgeous Dress
*. .. il. / . .' . -Ir^-TjA
Goods, Cloaks and Shawls now
Arriving1 and on Exhibition.
rhe taste of the most fastidious may now
be fully gratified.
A. T. GRAY,
J, W. TURLEY.
L T. GRAY & CO.,
A.t the Old Stand of
HICKMAN, HILLS &. CARESS,
ieg to announce to the people of Edgefield and the adjoining
Districts, that they have on exhibition an
elegant supply of the most
OF TS??S SJEASOIV, "
Vhich for extent and variety, cannot be surpassed; and for beau
ty, stands unrivalled. These goods are from the
ifi la W'<
Of last week, aud will be offered at prices that will
insure their speedy sale.
leavy Lyons Black Taffetas
leavy Lyons Black Gros. Grains
ic-avy Lyons Black G rcs. de Rhine
ieavy Black Poult de Soie
tich coloied figured Silks, (doubled faced;
lick plain colored Silks
Jlack and colored Maraalines
checked Silk Grenadines
Jrocbe Silk Grenadines
31ack and colored Iron Sarogea
)ouble width Mantle Barege
lomani and Poplin Lassen*
?laid Challics and Lcnoes
dozambiquo and Poil de Ch?vre
?lain, andbl'da'ud white Checked Lxmssentias
31aek Silk Saques
i\*ck Silk Baiqu ns
Slack Silk Circulars
jight Cloth Circulars ^
Plain Crape Maretz and Bareges
Rich colored French Organdies
Rich colored French Lawns
Rich Printed Paris Jaconets
Rich colored American Lawns
Black nnd whito American Lawns
Blue Buff and Piuk French Percale:
Blue Bufl and Pink Paris Lawns
Blue Buff and Pink Chambrays
Solid Checked Paris Ginghams
Fancy Checked Paris Ginghams
Lupin's best Black Bombazines
Black Habit Cloths and Reps
Black and colored Alpaca
Debages and Mohair Lustres
Fine white French Merinos, &c, &c.
Colored Grenadine Shawls
Colored Mozambique Shawls
Black Lace Points and Circulars
Fine Black Thibet Wool?SBawls
Large Consumers of Housekeeping Goods cannot fail to be greatly benefitted by examining
aur very^xumsrve assortment of
Jaconet, Cambric, Soft Finished Cambric
Jaconet Stripes, Jaconet Checks, Nainsook
NainsookXkccks. and Stripes
Swiss Mull, India Book, Victoria Lawn? ?
Whito Mousaline aud Tarlatans
Colored Tarlatans, Percales, Brilliants
Toilet Quilts, Tape Bordered Hdk'fs
Printed Bordored HakYs Hemstitched Hdli'?
Plain Button Stitched Hdk'is, Shirt Fronts
i-4 Fronting Linen, 5-4 Pillow Case Linen
Jac?net"Edging8 aud lns&rtions
Swiss Edgings and Insertions
Jaconet and Swiss Bands
Juckonet and Hamburg, Flouncing
Jaconet end Swist Collars and Setts
rJambu?-g and Dimity Bands
Breakfast Collars and Setts
LmeirCollars and Setts
Infanta1 Embroidered Waists
Blaok and white Bobbin Nets
White Brussels Bobbin Netg
Ladies' Silk and Lisle Thread Hese
Ladies' plain and Openwork Cotton Hose
Mon's ? ? ? Hose
Child's " ? ' ? Hose
Men's and Boys'English & American halfH oso
Men's fine Lisle Tread'half Hose
Ladies' Plain and Embroidered Kid Gie ye?;
Balmoral Skirts, Hoop Skirt?,
French aud American Corat-ts Parasol:?
Sun Umbrellas, Umbrella Sus^inderf
Tabby Velvets, Spool Cotton, Spool Silk
Silk Fan*, Palm Leaf and Chip Funs,
Augusta, May H
7-8 Irish Lawns, Scotch Diaper
Bird Eyo Diaper, Linen Diaper, Cotton Diaper
??8-i, 10 4,12-4 white Sa(in Damask, Damask
?Damabk Doylies, colored Edge Towels
Fringed Towels, Huckaback Toweling
.Crash,.HoL'andj.Blay Linen . ,
.Farmer's Brown Drills, Crown Ducks .
White LinenDctlls, Grass Cloth, Linen Coating
Spanish Linen, Fancy Checked Linens, &c.
White and Black Cape Neta
Black and White Silk Illusion
Black and White Silk Dotted Nets
Imitation Laces, Blond Laces
Cap Laces, Crochet Laces, Saxony Laces
.Linen Laces, Lace Collars
Black Applique Lace Veils
Black Pusher Lace Veils
Empire Bugltf Trimmed Lace Veils
Black Love Veils, black Crape Veils
Grenadi" -nd Barege Veils
" .uu Marias, Bareges and Tissues
Ladies' plain and Embr'ed Kid finished Glovi
Ladies' bl'k and white Silk and Cotton Glove
Ladies' and Misses' Paris Lace Mits
Ladies' Lisle Thread and Berlin Gloves
Ladies' Buckskin and Thread Gauntlets
Alon's Berlin, Lialo Thread & Cashmere Glove
Men's Buckskin Gauntlets, &c.
Black and colored Belts and Bel* Ribbons
English Crape, French Crapo
Belt Bucklers, Toilet Soaps, Hair Brush?
Fancy COIOUF, Port Monies', Silk Floss
Croohot Cotton, Lilly white, Doll Heads, &
WHOLESALE AND J
UST RECEIVED, A LARGE STOC
DRY GOODS, of every description,
AND ALL GOODS G?
If You Do Not Sec What
FIMO FORTE mm,
Established in Charleston in 1837,
And in Augusta in 1848.
THE Subscriber takes pleasure in informing
tho residents of EJgc?cM and the adjoin
ing Districts that be has beoi appointed 'Agont
for the THREE BEST PIANO MAKERS
IN THE WORLD, viz :
STEINWAY A SONS, Now York,
CHICKERING A SONS, Boston, . j
HAZELTON BROS., New York. ' ?
And he will soil thoir Instruments at FACTO
RY" PRICES, with freight added.
Persons, wishing to purchase a SUPERIOR
PIANO FORTE will please send for Circulars
ind Illustrated Catalogues, and they will find
they can purchoso ?iou the BEST MAKEP.S, at
is Low Prices as thoy can of inforior oaes
Illustrated Catalogues and Circulars sent free
af all charges.
GEO. A. OATES,
240 Broad Street,
\^S?*"Also, Agent for Mason & Hamlin's cele
brated CABINET ORGANS.
Apr 24 tf li
JOHN ? THOMAS A. BONES,
CONTINUE TO RECEIVE DIRECT IMPOR
As well ?ii
Embracing cvorything in thc linc, and adapted to
the season, comprising
Reap Hooks, &c.
Bellows, Anvils, Vices,
Shovels, Spades, Forks,
Horse Shoe Nails,
Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Riddles,
BUILDERS TOOLS.--ALL KINDS.
Together with a v.:ry large and varied c'ock of
BEST IRON AND STEEL,
And a general assortment of thc latest styles of
Hardware and Cutlery
To nil which wc invite thc attontion of the pub
lic, as wc Rro sa th fled our stock and prices will
compare favorably with any offered in market.
Augusta, April .24_lml7
HOW ARE YOU iW. ?
1WISTI TO SELL THE FOLLOWING AR
TICLES at onco :
25 bbl?. Choico Now Jersey CIDER.
20 Casks Burton or Tront ALE, ?D quarts.
:J,? Casks Burton or Trent ALE, in pints.
175 boxes and barrels of*Choice and Fancy
CRACKERS, of every variety, received this
100 bbls. Northern and Western FLOUR.
20 hhds. SIDES and SHOULDERS.
50 kegs Choico Family LARD.
100 bbls. Large No. 3-very fice.
CORN & HAY
A regular supply arriving as usual.
Ercry thing che in my lino usually found in
first class Grocory Stores, for salo on reasonable
. A. STEVENS.
Augusta, Apr 24_tf 17
SOD NEWS FROM BRAZIL,
WE beg leave to' inform our old patrons of
Edgofield and tho surrounding Districts that wo
have located at
MO Broad Street,
Whero wo will take plcasuro in offering them
GREATER INDUCEMENTS thon ever.
We have on hand and aro constantly rocoivinf
a splondid assortment of
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
Having lived many yea? in Hamburg, tb
former principal market of Wostorn South Cart
lina, wo havo selcc.cd tho above Goods with
view of meeting tho wants of our old customers.
^3?-Country Merchants and Planters will i
well to give us a call.
t5?"Romqpbor, 14,0 Broad Street, Au
LEVY & ASHER.
A. i r.VY, formerly of Hamburg, S. C.
A. A Sn ER, formerly of tho Edgcfield Rangers
Shady Hill Select School?
MRS. WM. GOODMAN will open at her rei
donee, on tho 16ih, a SELECT SCHOC
FUR GIRLS. Torms for a Session of Tliirto
Weoks, $5 for the lowest class, and $6 for Ibo
more advanced. Plain Sewing and Needlo Wo
Ajpr i ti li
ION IN PRICES
r & con
,OVES, &c, &c,
BASQUES and TRIMMINGS,
DRESS BUTTONS, &c, &c,
i You Want, Ask For lt.
I. KAHN & CO.,
2G2 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
?AS. G. BAILIE & BRO.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS OP
AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
SHOES, BAGGING, ROPE, &C
Carpets of All Kinds,
RUGS, DOOR-MATS, DRUGGETS,
WINDOW SHADES, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
DAMASK AND LACE CURTAINS, CORNI
CES AND BANDS.
Groceries * of All Kinds
..Usually kept in a first cl.'.ss Grocory Store.
Of Almost Every Description.
BLANKETS, BOOTS AND SHOES, GUNNY
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE, NAILS,
BROOMS AND BUCKETS, WILLOW-WARE,
TUBS AND PAILS,
Liquors of All Kinds,
NOTIONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
AT OUR OLD STAND
205 Broad Street,
Augusta, April 30 3m IS
jvRY O O0DS?
H, F, RUSSELL & CO.
171 BROAD STREET, UNDER THE
AG USIA HOTEL,
ir. F. RUSSELL; AV. DANIEL, J. J. RUSSELL.
Offor to thc public one of thc most
BEAUTIFUL STOCKS OF GOODS
Ever brought to Augusta, which having been se
lected with great caro, and bought or?tbomost
favorable term?, will bo sold very low. Our mot
to being "quick s:ilas and 3nmll profits."
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS
Wc oflVr great fucilit?rs in
PRICE, QUALITY, and VARIETY
Our stock of DRESS GOODS consists of
Black ana Colored REI* SILKS
Black and Colored CORPLD SILL'S .
Chocked abd Kiripwl SILKS
Piitu: Black SILKS
Black und Colored GINGHAMS
Broche Figured GINGHAMS
Black and Colored TAMARTINE
Black, White and Colored MOHAIR
Black and Colored IRON BAREGE
Black and Colored C??ALLIES
Black and Colored HERNAN E*
Black ?md Whifo BAKEGE 3-4
Printed French CAMBRIC
Colored (MIA M li lt EV
Figured PICQUET CLOTH
PARASOLS and FANS
In COVERINGS wc lin va
Challe nnd Barege SHAWLS
Black, White and Colored LISLE THREAI
Black SILK SACKS, Lons and Short
Black SILK CIRCULARS
LACE POINTS, etc,etc.
Our Stock of WHITE COOLS cannot bo Eur
passed, such as
Jaconet CAMBRIC '
Swiss MUSLIN ,
Nainsook ond Mull MUSLIN
LONG LAWN j.
BIRD EYE DIAPER
Plaid and Striped NAINSOOK
PLAID and SWISS
Our HOSIERY consists of- .
Ladies' best English
Ladies' Lisle Thread, plain and opon work
Gents' Brown*and Bleached English
Gonta' LUle Thread *
Missej.' and Boys'
Linen SETS, COLLARS and CUFFS .
Cambric SETS, COLLARS and CUFFS
Lace SETS, COLLARS and CUFFS
Muslin and Liucn COLLARS
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS
For Gents' wear
Black French BROAD CLOTH .
Black French DOESKIN CASSIMERE
Black French DRAB
LINEN GOODS, plain and fancy
CRAVATS and COLLARS
Lisio Thread and Gauzo UNDER-VESTS
3-1, 7-8, 4-1 Brown SHIRTING .
3-4, 7-8, 4-4 Bleached SHIRTING
5-4, 8-4,10-4 SHEETING
PILLOW CASE LINEN
DOMESTIC GINGHAMS . . 1
Brown and Bleached TABLE DAMASK
Crash, Huckaback and Russia TOWELLL
BED TICKING, GAUZE, FLANNEL
And In farcy articles, too numerous to mont
wo offer a?i endless variety. Everybody is invi
to ucl! and examino our stock.
ALL Persons indebtod to mo as Agent, ci
by Note or Account, who fail to come
ward Kiul make ?etlloment within thirty <
from date, will Gnd said flotes and Account
Augusta tor collection.
B S. E. BOWER
Hamburg, MAT 27 im ?
PLUMB & LEITNEK,
212 BROAD STREET,
WOULD respectfully invite tho attention of
MERCHANTS, PLANTERS and PHY
SICIANS to thoir Stook of
PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES,
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS,
SOAPS, ?fcc., ?fcc,
PLUMS & LEITNER,
212 Broad Street,
Gt. H. MEYER,
No. Broad 'Street,
muons OF ALL KINDS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ?kc.
And will soil at the LOWEST PRICES at Retail
Mr. JOHN BOULER, formerly of Hamburg,
may at all timos bo found in my Store, and will
be pleased to see his old Edgcfield friends and
G. H. MEYER,
144 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Fob 5_3m_ 6
JONES & RICE, Proprietors,
. AUGUSTA, GA.
THE Undersigned take this method of inform
ing their friends and tho publio generally,
'.hat they have taken a lease upon the above
WELL KNOWN HOTEL, and have had lt thor
oughly renovated and painted throughout.
CLEANLINESS IN EVERYTHING
Is our motto. Our tables aro abundantly sup
plied with everything the market ?nd country
No pains will bc spared to make thc AUGUS
TA HOTEL a pleasant br mo for tho traveller.
JONES ft RICE, Proprietors.
Augusta, May 15 3m 20
A. C. DSCOTTES, F. P. SALAS.
Late Cashier Bank of Hamburg.
DECOTTES & SALAS,
Cotton Factor & Commission
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO THE
.SALE OF COTTON, LUMBER AND
OTHER COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Charleston, Jan 1 tf 1
GEO. H. HOPPCCK
0AHILL & CO.,
NO. 185 EAST BAY,
Corner of Lodge Alley,
CirS?RIjSSTOrJ, St. G.
OlBco in New York, 51 Coartlandt Street.
Fob 13 3m 7
D. F. FLEMING & CO.
s, nw i,
2 HAINE STREET,
Corner of Church Street,
JHARL'ESTON, S. C,
Having Resumed Bus&ess,
A? THEIR OLD STAND, 2 nAYNE-STREET,
'RNKP. CHURCH ST., ARE NOW RECEIV
ING A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED
Which will bc sold at the LOWEST MARKET
Tho Patronago of former friends and tho pub
lic is respectfully solicited.
D. F. FLEMING,
SAM'L. A. NELSON,
JAS. M. WILSON.
Charleston, Dec 25 tf 52
" MILLS ieplT
CORNER QUEEN & MEETING STREETS,
CHARLESTON, ?; C.
rjlHIS POPULAR AND WELL KNOWN
JL HOUSE is now fully open for tho reception
ot* visitor*.-having been refurnished with NEW
ind ELEGANT FURNITURE THROUGHOUT,
ind nIT.-rs to the traveller accommodations and
.: >nvcnicnres as a FIRST CLASS HOTEL not
to bo equalled by any North or South.
The patronage of th"e travelling pubjic is re
Rates of Board por day $1,00 ; Rates per month
as may bc agreed on.
JOS. PURCELL, Proprietor.
Charleston, Feb 21 tf S
Comer Meeting and Hazel Sts.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
RATES OF BOAOP r-En DAY.$3,00
H. Li BUTTERFIELD,
Notice to Distillers.
BY the recent Act of Legislature, persons dis
tilling Spirituous Liquors from grain, aro<re
riuircd to pay to tho Commjrsioners of Publio
Buildings, a liceuso of Two Hundred dollars for
each still so used.
Porsons intcrestod will plcaso come forward and
pay the samo. The.law will bc enforced against
alf who fail to do so. By order of tho Board.
S. F.GOODE, Second Treas. CP. B.
N nAND a supply of IO, 8 and 6 PENNY
NAILS. J. R. CARWILE & CO.
Free School Notice. -
AT a mooting of the Board of Commissioners,
on Saleday last, it was ,
Jte?olvtd, That the next meeting will take
place on Salo-day in November, noxt Teachers
will present their accounts, in due form, on that
doy, for tho prosent year np lo that time. Five
cents a day will bo paid on thc First Class,-and,
if tho funds aro sufficient, tho samo rate will bo
paid on tho Seoond'Class, prorata.
Tho appropriation for this District for the pres
ent year will be something over Ono Thousand
Returns to soffaro any benefit must bo made
promptly. . j . v
Commissioners aro earnestly requested to oe
prompt inTuoir attendance at this meeting.
LUKE C I" LB K EA TH, Chair.
_MayJ5_._, gt - ? ? 20 -
STRAYED from the Subscriber, on the 23d
April, a BAY FILLY, about" two year? old.
Hor tirtlod hod boen trimmed,, and both hind feet
ure white When lost heard from sho was in tho
neiebborhood of Coleman's X Roads. Any in
formation of hqr whereabouts will be thankfully
received ; any one taking ber up will bo compen
sated for their trouble. Information may bolclt
with Mr. Johu?on Lowry, or at Dorn'? Mills.
May-lfi -,?4* 3P