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7TH REGMENT, S.C. M.,
HAMBURG, May 7, 1856.
T"pHE LOWER BATALION of the 7th Regi
L ment will assemble at the Cherokee Ponds on
Saturday, the the 24th day of May, armed and
equiped as the law directs for drill and review.
Commissioned and non-Commissioned Officers
will assemble the day previous for drill and instruc
The UPPER BATTALION will assemble at the
.Pine House on Saturday the 31st of May, armed
pnd equiped as the law directs for drill and review.
The Commissioned and non-Commissioned Offi
vers will assemble te day previous for drill and
Lieut. Col. SHAW and Maj. LovELEss are charged
with the extension of these orders.
Captains of Companies will make their returns on
the dave of drill.
EP Officers of the Line and Staff are required
to appear in full uniform.
By order of Col. S. HARRISON.
F. M. COLEMAN, Adj't.
May 7 4t 17
9th BEGIMeNT, S. C. M.
Du NroxsviLL, April 14th, 1856.
ORDER NO. -
T HE Lower Battalion of this Regiment, will
' assemble at Red Hill, or Thursday the 15th
pf May, for Drill and Review the commissioned
pand non-commissioned Officers on the day previous
for drill and instruction.
-The upper Battalion will assemble at shinburg on
the 17th May for Drill and Review, The commission
ed and non-commissioned Officers will assemble the
Aay previous, for drill and instruction, Lient. Col.
.Corley, and Maj. J. W. Tompkins, are charged
.with the extention of this order to their respective
,commands. The staff are requested to appear in
full uniform, By order of
B. F. STROM. Col.
G. W. BURTON, Adj't.
April 30,1856. 4t 16
SPRING GOODS FOR 1856,
Cheap for Cash.
2-4 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.,
AS just returned from New York with a large
and extensive assortment of Dry Goods,
suitable for the season, to which he would respect
fully invite the attention of the public, and as he
does business on strictly CASH principles, he of
fers greater inducements than heretofore, so that
the purchaser can see at once the advantage of
purchasing for CASH. He would invite particular
attention to the following goods:
RICH STRIPED AND PLAID SUMMER
ELEGANT SATIN, PLAID, PRINTED
PAREGE AND MUSLIN ROBES OF THE
BEAUTIFUL PRINTED MUSLINS AND
LAWNS AT 12J;
PLAIN. SATLW STRIPED AND PRIN
FINE FRENCH ORGANDIES AND PRIN
NEW STYLES PRINTS AND GINGRAMS,
PLACK CHALLEYS, AND MOURNING
,A LARGE ASSORTMENT MANTILLAS
EMBROIDERED, SLEEVES, COLLARS
PARASOLS, SILK AND. COTTON UM
The above, together with all kinds of goods usu
ally kept in a Dry Goods Store suitable for Family
and Plantation use, will be sold at the lowest Cash
Augusta, Ga., April 30, 3t, 16
W IL LIAIY SHEAR has received his full
aspplies of SPRING GOODS, comprising.a
large assortment of new and beautiful styles of Fan
cy and Staple articles, suitable for the prese~nt sea
son, among which are
Paris Printed ORGANDIES and Jaconet MUS
LINS, at very low prices;
Plain Colored CHIA LLIES and Rich Printed
Plain BA REGES and Crape MA RETZ, of beau
tiful colors ;
English and French PRINTS and BRILLIAN
TES, of new and beautiful styles ;
Ladies' Spring and Summer SILKS, of the latest
Plain Black SILKS, of superior qualiy and at
very low prices:
Spuperior Blae5fSILKS, without lustre, for Ladies'
Lupin's Summer Black BOMBAZINES, and
Black CHA LLIES;
Plain Black CRAPE MARETZ and Be'k BAR
B GES, for Ladies' Mourning Dresses;
Superior Mourning GINGHAMS, of new and
Mourning MUSLINS and Plain Black LAWNS;
English Black CR APES, and Ladies' MOURN
Ladies' Mourning COLLARS and UNDER
Ladies' Embroidered Muslin BASQUES,of new
and beautiful styles;
Ladies' Embroidered Muslin COLLARS and
Jaoonet and Swiss Muslin BANDS, INSERT
INGS and EDGINGS;
Real Thread and Valenciennes Lace EDGINGS
Ladies' Spring and Summer MANTILL AS, of
pew and beautiful styles ;
Ladies' Embroidered and Seolloped Linen Cam
Ladies' Wide Hem-stitch Linen Cambric HAND
KERCHIEFS, for Mourning;
Supe'or Linen CA MBRICS and French LA WNS;
Supe'or Plaid Nainsook and Dotted Swiss MUTS
Plain Swiss, Mull, Nainsook and Jaconet MUS
;LINS, at very low prices ;
Plain White Organdy and Tarlatan MUJSLINS,
of extra width;
Plain Pink and Orange Colored Tarlatan MUTS
LINS for covering Chandeliers and Looking Glasses;
Superior 4-4 Irish LINENS and 12-4 Linen
Damask and Table DIAPERS, of superi:r quality;
IHUCKABACKS, and Scotch DIAPERS, for
12-4 Allendale and Hamilton Bleached SHEET
A full supply of Bleeched and Brown SHIRT
INGS, of the best make ;
A large supply of articles suitable for Servants'
Madonna MIXTURES, Himalaya LUSTRES,
and all wool DEBEGE, of the best style for La
dies' Traveling Dresses ;
A complete assortment of Ladies, Gentlemen
Misses, Youth and Children's HOSIERY ;
Ladies' White Hair Cloth SKIRTS and.French
Ladies' Embroidered Marseilles and Corded
Sup'r Marseilles Lancaster and Allendale QUI LTS;
Cotton OSNA BURGS and GEORGIA STRIPES
at the lowest prices;
*With a great variety of other articles, suitable for
.Family and Plantation use, and all of which will be
'sold at very low prices for cshb. The public are
respectfully requested to call and examine the assort
Augusta, A pril 30, 1856 tf 16
Spring and Summer Goods,
5H. SULLIV AN has just received and opened
L. his Spring and Summer GOODS, to which
~he respeetially ecalls the attention of his friends and
'the community generally, the Stock consist viz
''Frenib Jaconet MUSLINS;
French Oi-gandee Muslin.;
I'reheli Berages and Tissues;
-Prints'abdl GINGH EMS:
Cold and BIli. #H-ALLEYS;
Black and Plai;d SILKS and a tiue and large as
sortment of White Goods.
Drap Do ef and Itdlian CL.OTII;
White snd 1rdw'n Linin DRILL.S;
Plain and Tuilled COTTONA DES ;
Bleached and BrownSHEETING ; .
Bleached and Brown SHilRfINg ;
--A fine lot Irish LINENS;
Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons in any variety; ;
Hosiery and Gloves of all kinds;
Hats, Boots,Shoes, Crockery ia Glass Ware;
Hard ware and Cutlery, Saddlery'add' Groceries.
.;Please call and examine my stock, fot we will take
greait pleasure in showing it. "
, p.... tf, 12
To the Ladies.
M ISS LAWLESS, begs to announce to the
Ladies of Edgefield, that she has opened her
exhibition of Paintings and Ornamen
tal Work, which she w1l continue for one
week, at the residence of Mr. Lawrence Johnson.
It consists of Greciaan, Mosaic, Chinese 17
and Oriental Paintings,
Potichomania Leather Embossed, ar
Wax Fruit and Flowers and Embroidery in every c
style. Also other varieties, all of which the Ladies F,
are requested to call and examine. St
Classes will be Immediately formed in the above so
April 30, 1856. 2t 16
Village Property for Sale.
T HE subscriber offers for sale his. ROUSE
AND LOT, situated in Edgefield Village,
immediately West of the Planter's . Hotel. Said
Lot contains near FIVE acres of Land, and extends C1
front the Public Square to Bever Dan
17 It will be disposed of on reasonable terms.
Possession given on short notice.
no With an expenditure of two or three hun- fa
dred dollars it could be made one of the most hand
some places in the Village. For further particulars an
call on the undersigned. D. . DURISOR. T
April 30, 1856. tf 16 til
Rich Spring And Summer Dry z
(Second Large Supply iii. Spring.) TI
0 RAY BROTHERS (the original one
k price cheap cash store of the city) have just B1
returned again from the Northern markets, with
large and splendid supplies, purchased under all T(
the advantages of the season. The Southern trade
having been fully supplied, the large auction sales p,
of imported goods having comienced, and many
other facilities unknown to early purebsers, we can S,
confidently say to the public that we can give them
prettier and better Goods, at lower prices, than any
establishment in the city, purchasing in an early ch
market. Among the as .ortment will be found the
the richest Dress Fabrics of the season, such as- w1
Splendid Summer SILKS; India SILKS; de
Black SILKS, all widths- an
Silk TISSUES and GHENADINES;
Crape DePaire ROBES;
Barege and Muslin ROBES;
Lupin's Plain BAREGES, all colors;
Rich figured BAREGES and BALSERENES; .
Rice French CH ALLY, 12J, worth 25 cents;
Fr. MUSLINS and ORGANDIES, very pretty;
Rich fine LAIWNS, good colors, 121e.;
Rich 44 " " " Gie.;
Beautiful English PRINTS, new style;
Cheap CA LLICOES, 6f to 8, worth 12e.;
Bleached audBrown HOMESPUN, exceedingly
Blue HOMIESPUNS, super. quality for servants; an
10, 11 and 12-4 Cotton and Linen SHEETINGS; co
9-8 and 5-4 Cot. and Linen Pillow-case GOODS; br
Real Linen D ANIASKS, very super. and Cheap; lit
TOWELLING, in great variety; tic
Damask NAPKINS and DOYLES: C
Fine Irish LIN EN, very super. and low priced; ba
Swiss, Jaconet and Book M USLI INS bli
Plaid, Striped and Dotted " at
Brown LIN EN and Linen DRILL;
Planters' Linen and Navy DUCK; Pt
Fine Silk and Woo en FLANNEL; .g
COTTONA DES and Summer CHECKS;
A complete assortment of MANTILLAS, of the Pi
very latest style and lowest price; P,
HOSIERY, in great variety, some extra fine;
j HOSE, exceedingly cheap and fine -
Sewing SILK; Long and Short MITTS; and a H
complete assortment of all other Goods in the trade, P
to which we would respectfully invite the attention i
of the public. GRAY BROTHERS.
Augusta, Ga., April 30. tr 15 A
T H E subscriber is nowv receiving his Spring and ft
ISumme~r Stock of Goods at his old stand the pi
Brick Store, consisting of every variety usually kept dij
in a D~ry Goods store, viz: w
Rich colored Silks for ladies Dresses,
Silk Tissues, Challeys, Harage Delaines, en
Plain and Colored Barages, sp'
Muslin and Earlston Ginghams
English and American Prints,
Plain, Checked, Striped & Dolttd Swiss Muslins, ani
Plain, Checked .Jaconets and Cambries, a
Fine worked Colla'rs, Chemizitts and Under Al
Swiss and Jaconet Muslin Edgings and Insertings 01
Fine Silk, Crape, Napolitan Straw and Fancy ha
A good assortment of Bonnet Ribbons Li
A good assortment of Fashionable H ATS of all
kinds suitable for the season.
Umbrellars and Parassals,
MIens, Ladies. Boys, Misses and childrens, Boots
and Shoes of all kinds
' Groceries, Hardware and Crockery.
With many other articles too tedious to mention
all of which will be sold on the most accommodating j
terms, all are invited to call and examine for them- va
jgr A liberal discount for Ca'h. ati
B.0. BRYAN. RI
A pril 2 1856 tf 12.
New Store and New Goods. R
E. PENN, Ag't., R
HjAS opened, in the Store formerly occupied by B1
Wlims & Christie, on Park Row an en
tire NEW and Fresh Stock of
SEA SONABLE SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
to which he respectfully invites the attention of his
OLD CUSTOM ERS, and the public generally.
Hils Stock has been selected with great care and
embraces a general assortment of p
elaple and Fancy Dry Goods, Bl
SHOES, flATS, BONNETS, Si
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GROCERIES, L
SADDLRY, #C., 4fc- B1
All of which lie will sell on accommodating terms.
April 9, 1856. tf 13
Mercantile Card. In
'3tHE undersigned have associated themselves for F
2the purpose of conducting a at
General Mercantile Business,. s
In the Villaige of Edgefield, where we are now re- at
eiving and opening (in the room formerly occupied
by WV. P. Butler) an entirely new, varied and ex- G
tensive stock of Goods, embracing nearly every
article usually kept for the trade, which have been bi
recently selected by us, in per son, from the latest
importations of the Northern alarkets- to
We especially invite an inspection of our Stock, o
with the assurance that we can please even the
Desiring to confmne our future operations more
closely, to the Cash System, we shall, at all times,
offer extra inducements to cash buyers.
W. P. BUTLER,
J. A. BLAND.
A pril 9, 1855. tf 19
Penmanship. - i
MR. EATON (from Satvannah) proposes to give
a course of lessons in the above important and
useful A rt, in this Village, to commence as soon as a -
class of twenty pupils can be formed.
Twelve Lessons constitute the course, consisting
of a variety of gradually progressive exercises, which B
lead with invariable certainty to the acquisition of a
Neat and Elegan.t style of Writing.
Mr. Eaton has numerous specimiens of the im
provement of his former pupils, which, compared
with their pareviolus illegible serawls. show at a glance
the wonderful change wrought in so short a time by
a few entertaining and instructive exercises.
Terms for the course................5,0
Pens, Ink and Books furnished free of charge.
A pril 23 185 6 tf 15 A
SPR NG AND SUMMER -
Dress for Gentlemen. -,
OUDinvite attention to a Cuorce S-rOcK of 14
Gosimported for the season-embracing :ti
every article for Gentlemsen. Wear, all of
the newest style, and to please all, even the most
TRIMMINGS FOR THE TRADE. -
All the newebt styles of trimmings for the trade,
supplied on the moat liberal terms.
WM. O. PRICE &CO.
Drapers and Tailors,
258, Broad St., Augusta, Ga. a
A pril 30,1856. 2m .16
A Good MILCHl COW, with a young calf,
for . hieh a reasonable price will be given. 1
A pply at this office. . J.
Api 0, '56. unf 16
Cheap Dry Goods for Spring, c
BROOM r NORRELL3.
28 Broad Street-Augusta Ga.
IAVE just opened their Spring Stock of Staple act
and Fancy Dry Goods, and would respectful
call the attention of the citizens of Edgefield and me
joining Distriets to the assortment, which com- Mr
'ases almost everything in the Dry Goods line, h1
iving been bought by an experienced. buyer, they oth
e prepared to offer Goods at such prices as they
n guarantee to beas CnA AS TuB CnSBAAsT.
!eling assured that a careful examination of our Fir
ock will induce a liberal share of Patronage. they SeC
licit the favor of an early call. Among our Goods Thi
e invite particular attention to the following, viz: Foi
Plaid.Bik. and Fancy Dress SILK8
" Satin Striped and Fr. Printed BEREGES I
R ch SILK GRENADINES ana Satin Plaid rat<
Fr. Printed CIIALLIES and BEREGA DE sioe
Rich Grenadine, Berege and Jaconet FLOUN- Tai
Rich Fr Printed ORGANDIES, MUS LINS and $8
lk CH ALLIES,TAMATANS, BOMBAZINES ~
Plain & chkd Jaconet, Cambricks, NANSOOKS
d SWISS MUSLINS
BRILLIANTS, CALICOES, GINGIIAMS,
kRLTONS &c. &c. &c.
Large assortment Worked Edgings and Inser
Embroidered COLLARS, SLEEVES, CHEMI
NTTES, BANDS, and FLONNEINGS.
Rich Embd BASQUES, Lace and Silk MAN
Lace and Crape SHAWLS-Blk. Silk LACES. and
Superior Assortment of Goods for GENTS and wit
LINENS-TABLE DAMASKS, DIAPERS,
)WELLINGS &c. &c. 'E
10.4 and 12-4 LINEN SHEETINGS and super
LLOW CASE LINENS wi
Superior assortment Blk and Bro DOMESTICS, Ser
IETINGS, LONG CLOTHS, sold
STRIPES, TICKINGS and Servants Goods
HOSIERY for Gents, Ladies, Misses, Boys and
lidren all kinds and prices.
Together with many other goods not named, alt .
ieh will be offered at prices that cannot be un
rsold in the way of fair and upright dealing by
y House in the State.
BROOMN & NORRELL. 1
238 Broad Street Alugusta Ga. non
Near'y opposite Augusta Bank. nom
April 2 tf 12. am
F. BURCHARD & CO,, AUGUSTA, GA., St
road St., Opposite Masonic Hall. tee
RE now receiving an unusually choice variety 'v
of Spring Dress Fabrics, which the
ey are selling at the very lowest prices ifossible,
d to which the attention of purchasers is very. tur
rdially and respectfully invited. Their stock em- a
Rees the following, amonr others, of French Eng- Pat
A and American productions. Particular atten
n is asked to Patusli, Lupin, Seydoux, Lieber &
's. manufacture of Bombazines. challies, delaines,
reges. grenadines, &c. Thirrion & Milliard's
k and collored challics, margnise, veil berage
Printed Goods.-Steinbach, Kochblinks,
reals, brittiantes, cambries, jaconets, lawns, or
ndies and berages
A T assO. goi
ris black silks, superior qualities ; refi
ris rich fancy silks ; lese
" Fourlands, very handsome; ber
" French and English Calicoes of Steinbach's of
Dgle's Monteiths & Norton's;
ses of Ginghams, black and fancy, all prices; wh<
int&ed challies and berage detlaines, from low priced and
to very rich ; for
mprican lawns and muslins; tail
" Calicoes, low price and fast colors;
Housekeeping G6ods. sha
Richardson's Linens, and other makers. a very fur
1 assortment in all varieties, for shirting. sheeting, Au
llow casing, &c., &c. ; birds-eye diapers, Scotch
to. towelling and towells, Turkish Bath, &c.;
ndow drapeiy, lace and muslin, &c., &c. a
Summer Goods for Gentlemen and Boys, in Lin- fi
drillings, &c., cottonades of all sorts, vestins
ring assimeres, cashrnerett, drab e'ti, &c. i-s Co
Domnestic Goods* PC
Anunrivalled assortmiert of sheeting. and shirt- the
t, brown and bleached, from 3-4 to 12-4 width
from the lowest pt iced to the finest English and a
nerican makes. n
Plantation Goods. a
every sort and kind, considered desirable to ah
ye, by the piece or bale. In addition to the
nv, we have the very finest assortment of collars, wh
ces and Embroideries in general, to be foundli
obably in the Stat*-.n
J. F. BURCHIARD & CO.
A pril 9, 1856. tf 13 tm
DRY GOODS. -
SPirONG IMPORTATIONS, 1856.
IfLLER dW A RR EN, Opposite Globe Hotel, r
lAugusta, Gai., are receiving their usual choice r
riety of SPR ING IES$ FAIBRICS, embratcing
best i rs of French and English productions,.q
.ong w are
eh Prinsed French JACONETS and ORGAN
eh Printed Flounced BAREGES and ORGAN
oh Printed A merican and Englisha L AWNS; sug
eh " French BRILLI ANTS and CA MBRICS; whi
ail', Blue and Pink, BR IL LIA NTS, new article. toli
Assorted Colors Flounced Silk DRESSES; an.
Rich Plaid and Striped Taffeta SILKS;
Rich Moire Antique, Toulard and China SILKS;
Black Taff-eta and Gro de Rhine Do.
in and Strip'd GRENADINESand BAREGES;
'k Flounced Grenadine and Barege DRESSES ; sigi
aperior Summer ROMBAZINES and CHAL- P1c
ES; BI'k JACONETS, ORGANDIES and pui
'k. En. CR IES, Love VEILS and H AND- of
KE RCH IEFS. m
laadition to this long line of Dress Goods, we ing
e a complete stock of CA LICOES, GING- fuil
AMS, LINEN GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, com
URNITURE PRINTS and LACES, HOSIERY
d GLOVES, Plain and Embroidered Crape
Alargelotof MANTILLAS,iu great variety of
PANTALOON STUFFS, Bleached and Brov-n
White and Striped 08NABURGS, of various I hi
Our friends and customcrs are respectfully invited hig
examine the largest stock of Spring and Summer an)
DODS that we have ever had. des
Particular attention paid to filling orders. nei
Augusta, A pril 23 3m 15 an
LL persons indebted to the Estate of William -
. D. Thurmond, dec'd., are requested to make
*yment to the undersigned. And those havingT
mands against the same will present them accord
g to law.
PLE ASANT D. TH URMOND, Adm'r. go
A pril 30, 1856. tf .16
Bacon, Flour, Lard, &c.
0,00 lbs. Tennesse BACON; be
600 sacks Extra Family FLOUR ;
,1000 bush. of CORN ; kit
3000 Tennessee L AR D in cans and barrels; ;Ri
10 hhds. New Orleans SUG A R; qua
25 bbls. " MOLASSES; Me
15 bble Cider VINEGAR. For sale by vat
G. L. ANDERSON.
Reynard Street next above Episcopal Church,
ugusta, Ga. April 30 *7t 16 _
Edgefield Beat Company,]
i0 U are hereby commandeci to be and m
L pprat Edgefield C. H., on the no
4th of May next, armed and equipped as . of
a law directs for Drill and Instruction. pal
By order of , J ce
Capt. N. L. BARTLEY. ki
April3.0 S 5 th
Bacon and Lard. Sc
pA AAA LBS. Fine Tennesee Bacon and te
ggUUU) Lard in store and arriving, for sale
th Lowe~st Prieep. Ci
H. L. CUINNINGHAM & Co. s
Hamburg, A pfil 30 ~ 3m 16 N<
Two Horse Wagons,.
OR Sale, three firatrate ewtwo Horse Wag
n. Low for Cash. U . T. MIMS.
prl3. tf -15 -.
1HE Exercises of these 'Institutions will be re
sumed on the third- Monday in January next. rc
ts heretofore, Mr. JAMES L. LESLEY will -
as Principal of the Male Department.
[he Female School, with, the Primary Depart
nt of the Male Acadeiy,~will be conducted by pe
. A.P. BUTLER, assisted by the learned and in
bly accomplished bliss A. E. ARTHUR, and
er competent Teachers
Rates of Tuitionper Bessionq
at Class, Primary Department,..... . .$9 00 r(
ond " Ordinary English Bfanhis','..12 00 ;
rd " Higher ." " ..'.15 00
irth " Greek and Romutt Literatpr; '
with higher Mathemates,..........20 00 n<
rrench, Embroidery(Nedle work, &c., usual L
he Scholastie year will be divided into two Ses
is of five months each. Pupils will be charged n
n the time of entering to the end of the Session. S4
tion ip advance. a]
sopd Board can be had in the Village at from
to $10 per month.
R. MERRIWETHER, re
S. P. GETZEN, .n
A. J. HAMMOND, ;
S. W. GARDNER, +
J. C. PORTER,
A. P. BUTLER,
H. A. SHAW. a
)ee 5 if 47
indow Shades, Papering, &c,
ow opening a beautifel assortment of Oil and
Transparent WINDOW SHADES, oi hand- 4
e, new designs, such as Landscapes, Figures itt
Bouquet Patterns, from $1,50 to $10 a pair,
l the fixtures included.
- Alm -re
A very large and extensive assortment of of
EO'TFME2 ' ".&-"Erl 1'M ,
From 9 to 50 cents per piece, together with J4
ndow Curtain Papers, Side-light Paper, and Fire Si
eens in great abundance, all of which will be
I without reserve to persons needing such goods.
'or sale in Augusta, Ga., by r
A. BLEAKLY. oz
far 10, 2m 9
ENJAMIN & GOODRICH, Broad street, op
0 posite Lamback & Cooper's, respectful an
nee to their friends and the public, that they are
r receiving daily a choice and well selected
rtment of all kinds of FURNITURE, such as
REAUS, BOOK-CASES SOFAS, CHAIRS,
TE-A-TETES, CENTRE TABLES, BED
EADS, WINDOW SHADES, &c., of the la
and most fashionable designs, which theyguaran
to sell as low as can be bought in this city, and (
ite all who wish to purchase, to call and examine
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
4attresses and all kinds of Furniture, manufae
ed and repaired to order, with neatness and dis
h. BBNJAMIN & GOODRICH.
Wgusta, April 23, tf 15 e
HAMBURG, S. C.
JOHN A. MAYS, PROPRIETO'.
1H E Public are respectfully in
formed that this Hotel has under- .
e a thorough repair, and has been u C
tted in the BEST STYLE. regard- - fl
of expense, and was opened on the First of Octo
, for the reception of Boarders and accomodation
L he best accommodation is guarantied to those
a will favor the Proprietor with their patronage,
I the Management will be such as to command
the House, the reputation it has always main
ed, as the Best Hotel in Hamburg.
he Proprietor assures the public that no pains
11 be spared on the palt of the Management to
miih the Table with the best viands the Markets of
gasta and Hamburg afford.
?amilies visiting'our Towvn are solicited to give us _
ll, as our best ixertions shall be devoted to ad
ister to their entire comfort.
tttached to the Hotel, is a fine LIVERY and1
LE STABHLE, kept by C. DANIEL. & J. B.J
saco, which is well fitted up and has all kinds of al
evender that this Market can possibly aff'ord, and
y pledge themselves to take as good care of Stock -
my other Stable, or no py
hey are prepared toseccommodate Drovers Stock,
Transient Horses at all times, and have Horses1
Buggies to hire, and will run one or more Hacks,2
meneer called for on reasonable terms. C
I. B.-Trhey have an eminent Horse Farrier w
a proposes to cure all curable diseases of the hi
re, (contagious diseases excepted.) or no pay, v
t will be responsible that horses under his treat
nt shall be well cared for and treated according -
amburg, A pril 23 1856. 6m 15
Important to Planters,
tHOSE wishing to obtain the best plow for "all 33
eork," are invited to examine Warlick's Im- Il
ved Plow. A specimen may be seen at the Post si
ice in Edgefield. Persons interested, are re- b<
sated to call and judge for themselves-.f
Egeed, A pril 8, 1858.
'he following certificates speak for themselves. I
AFA ETE, Al a. Oct. 8, 1855.-We the under
ed having' used Noah Warliek's Patent Plow,J
ing the last season, state, for the benefit of those
a have not used it, that we believe it to be superior ..
my plow we ever saw or used, and for durability
i eheapness it cannot be surpassed.'
MORRIs G. ToWs.EB A. G. MCCAN'rs,]
BrrrTON S-rAMPS, T. SuANNON,
Lwis SCHUnassLica, Taos. J. WrNs~roN,
WVu. L. CRArroN, Jon R. A LFoRD,
AilsoN FINLAY, IsAAc BARNES,
IINTSLLE, August 30, 1855.-We the under- r1
ned hmave seen Noah Warlick's Patent improved j
w at work this day, and we feel no hesitancy in
nouncing it to be superior to any plow that we
re ever seen, for efficiency in turning sod, depth -
out, and ease of draft, and that we admire the
uner of attaching the subsoil, bull tongue, turn
points, andseraper to the same stock, and cheer
y recommend it to the farming interests of our
STarmEN S. EwiNo 0. W. LAUGIIINGIoUsE,
ROERT HANCOCK, DR. F. JORAN,
J. B. BRADFORD, RoBa-er FREEMAN', o
Tos. W. WarrE, R. G. ScoTT,
Jon R F H EWL.E'T, C. W. VINCENT.
Wx. C. VINC ENT,r
[ALLADEGA, Dcc. 6, 1855.-I hereby certify that
ave purchased and used Warlick's Patent Plow
owing wh eat this fall in grassy lands, and at.'
bly pleased with it. It has an advantage over
plow with which I am acquainted in plowing
ply and clogging less in turf land. Several of my
ghbors have used it, and are all well satisfied,]
seem to consider it as having advantages over
rplow in use, In grassy land, for durability and r
d work. JOEL W. WATKINS.
tpril 16 tf 14 o
Sam's in Town once More, i
0 not pass him by. The ports are clear of ice I
and goods are reaching their destination. ~
am now recciving daily my Spring stock of -
,ds, consisting in part of
Bonche, do. qta. and pts; ;
Mums do. do.
Retar Whiskey and all other brands that are to
had in this maret or Augusta.
Smoked Beef, Piele, Preserves. Raisins. Figs,
toked Tongues, Ketchup, Almoas, and all oilier
ids of Nuts, Crushed Sugar, Ground, Loaf, &o.
Coffee, Laguira, Java, Rice, Flopr, superior(
slity, Mackerel, whole, half quarter and kitts,*
scaroni, Adamantinle and Sperm Candles, and a C
'ity of other articles too numerous to mention.
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg, A pril 16. tf 14 -
'HE Subscribers would respectfully inform the
public that they are manufacturing, and have
wr on hand, and are constantly mnaking all kinds
Carriages anad Buggies of the latest
rons and moat fashionable styles and are also re
ving from the North from the best Factories all
ids of CA RRIAG ES and BUGGIES, all which
y will sell on as favorable ter mu for Cash or up
ived Paper us any similar establishment in the
uth. LEIGH & T UCKER.
N. B.-Repairing done as usual on reasonable.
ma, at short notice. L. & S.
The Spaeriber returns his sincere thanks to the
tizns of the district for their patronage for the
,t three years and solicits a continuance for the -
w firm. ' JOHN LEIGH. p
A pril 23 1856. tf - 15 I
INE first rate second Uad CARRIAGE for
F sale, by- ' A. BUSH NEg.
A r. i i4 aif - 4
9 The friends of Col. M. C. M. HAMMOND
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for a seat
the House of Representatives at the next election.
17 Tug Friends of DR. G. M. YARBROUGH
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for a meat
the House of Representatives at the ensuing
87 Tn: Friends of CAREY W. STILES, Esq.,
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for a Seat
the next Legislature.
Tle fiendq of Mr. QREQG, respectfully an
ince hip as a candidate for a seat in the next,
0"Tile Friends qr Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN
>miqate him as a Caqdidate for re-election to a
at in tl House of Representatives at the next
The friends oF MAJ. JAM1ES BLACKWELL
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for a seat
the next Iegislature.
fW'Tus Friends of Col. JOHN QUATTLE
UM respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
Seat in the Hose of Representatiyes at the en
WgTus Friends of Capt. ROBERT MERf
rETIlER respectfully nominate him as a Candi
it for a Seat in the House of Rsprespntatives at
i next Session.
07 Tun Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
spectfully announce him as a Candidate fpr Sheriff
' Edgefield District at the next election.
07 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
3NES, Esq., as a candidate for re-eleption for
ierif'of Edgefield District.
07 Tat Friends of Mr. ROBERT D). BRTYAN
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
Edgefield District at the next election.
ror Tax dollector
THOMAS B. REESE,
M. B. WHITTLE,
AMERICAN HOTEL, t
UOENTR STREET, EAMBURG, S. 1.1
. P. H. SCOTT & CO. Proprietors.
March 12, 1856. ly 9
) RS. G. M. YARBROUGH & J. P. ABNEY,
have this day formed a Partnership, for the
actice of MEDICINE and SuRoERY. No additional
targe for one consultation visit. Office at Dr.
April 9, 1856. tI 13
TO THE AFFLICTED,
) R. THAYER. Homeopathic Physician, Sur
geon, and Accoucheur, late of Philadelphia,
:w located No 217, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Particular attention paid to the treatment of
broiic diseases. Visits made at a distance on the
lost seasonable terms Please address,
H. R. THAYER, M. D..
April 2 tf 12.
OHE Subscribers have formed a Partneilhip for
L the Practice of LAW AND EQUITY in
gefield and the adjoining Districts. One or both
them can at all times be found in their Office.
G. D. TJLLMAN,
S. W. MABRY.
SEdgefeld C. H., Feb 8. 1856. 3m 5
Law Card. -
IYOFFICE is now in this Village, next door
toW. W. A dams, where I can be found at
II times. C. W- STYLES.
Edgefield C. HI., Jan 15, 1856. tf 1
Medical Card !
flR. 11. W. A BlIEI now occupies as an
LOffice the building immediately below the
art House and opposite Col. Carroll's Office. He
'ill at all times be found either at his Office or at
s dwelling adjoining the Male Academy. IIe
'ill attend strictly to all calls upon him.
Jan23 tf 2
Dr. Jas, N Day, Dentist.
[AVING permanently located in Augusta, re
L.spectfully oftfers his professional services to
e citizens of Augusta and vicinity. Office No. 210
road-street, nearly opposite the Augusta Hotel.
aving been engaged in the practice of his profes
.n for many years, he feels conlident that hec will
able to give entire satisfaction to all whio may
vor him with a.call.
Auusta, March 1Ig 1855. tf 10
hysiians' Buggy Trunks and Pocket
SEDICINE CASES-for sale by
A. G. & T. J. TE AGUE, Druggists.
May 23 Uf. '
Gum Elastic Hot Water Bags and
OSPITA L CUSIIIONS-for sale by
.. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.'
May 23 tf 19
Land Warrants Wanted.
p E highest market price given for Bounty Land
L Warrants by
JACKSON, MILLER & VERDERY.
p- Masonic Hall Building, Augusta.
OLLED, before me, as an estray, by Thomas
Randall one chesnut-sorrel Horse, appraised
seveny dollars by Leonard Suber, D). L. Ashley
dA-.Peletier, Esqrs. Said Horse is of small
x, bordering on the poney, well made and in good
rder, has a''white spot in the forehead, some white
grayish spots on the back, four white feet, two
mod eyes, and supposed to be five or six years old,
ais left in possession of Thomas Randall at the
sidence of John Randall, Fsq., on the GranIte
ille road, three miles from Hamburg.
BENJA MIN BA IRD, Mag't.
Hamburg, A pril 9, 1856. 4t mo. 13
~ ~ Removal,
AVING removed to the store formerly occa
Ipied, by Dr. J. W. Stokes, and having just
eeived a large and well selected
Stock of Groceries,
every~ description I am prepared to accommodate
ay customers and friends with every article usually
ept in such establishments, and at the lowest mar
t prices, W. C. BEWLEY.
Hamburg, A pril 9 tf 13
Fagons and Iron Plow Stocks,
H AVE secured the services of a FIRST RATE
WHEELWRIGHT, and propose to build
Jprge and4 Salal Wagonsl
order, and to do all kinds'of REPAIRING in the
Vgon Business at the shortest notice.
am still mauatuigout of the best material,
THE IRON PLO.W STOCK,
Foreman's Patent,) and oir them to the Planters
f Edgefeld District at $5,59 per Stock.
All orders for Plows will be promptly attended
S. F. GOOEE.
Edgefeld C. HI., Feb 27 tf 7
HE Farmers of Edgefield whio may los in
want of very superior machine, may now be
pplied without going North, -oi- any invhero else
utside of their own District lbut pan get as good as
e best by applying to the subscriber~ et his work
hop at Moust Enon.
One of these Thrasher. is no.y on exhibition at
ie Edgefield Adtvertieer Printing Ofpee. Address
THOM AS ). CH APMAN.
Coleman's X Roads Edgefiel4 Dis4. S. C.
March, 19 11 10
Imported Garden Seed,
full and fresh supply of all the leading varie
ties of Fresh Imported Garden Seeds, (received
r late Steamer) viz. LATE CABBAGES. PE AS,
EANS, (both Bunch and Pole) including the
ay House Wife & Welsh BEANS; also Early
farieties of CORN, DUTTON, W HITE FLINT
1ANADA, SUGA R &o., fur sale low for Cash by,
augu..sta na. Apnril23. St 15
TE CELEBRATED STALIQN|
W ILL stand the ensuring Sprlyg Season
Harmon Glhian'., and at Fgefield Court
[louse, at fifteen dollars the seasop &no twenty-fiv'
dollars insurance. HEXINA Is a chesi I
about fifteen hands one inch high, and ist por
ly formed both for strength and speed. HeI
live years old next May. He ran more races in hi
three years old form than any horse ever ran before,
among the number were two four miles races in
both of which he lost the second heat in good time
7 m'. 45 see. and 7. 44 by haif a neck only. In the
first lie was beaten by the renowned Griff Edmond
Son, in the second by, Mary Tayler of 7qual renown.
Hle worn several races at two and three miles.
HENRY was by Imported Glenco, his dam by
Nedoc, G. Dam by Cosiosco, G. G. Dam by Mel
tair, G. G. G. Dam by Medley, G. G. G. G. Dam
by Imported Diomed &c. His pedigree cannot be
excelled by any horse in the world. He will be at
Edgefield Court House on Mondays, Tuesdays and
Wednesdays, the remainder of his time at Harmon
Gallman's, all persons sending mares to HENRY
must say at the time how they are to be served,
therwise they will be charged as by the season.
THOMAS G. BACON.
March 26 tf 11.
Rouse qud Lot for Sale.
T HE Subscribir wishing to leave for parts as yet
unknown, offers fqr sqle his Cottage Residence
in the woods three miles North of Liberty Hill. It
is suited to a Preacher, Tqaehe; Q;Physician or any
person wishing a healthy residepee.
Tzaxs. Low price and long credit. For prtic
lars inquire of GEORGE GALPHIN.
Longmires, P. 0., S. C.
April 2 1856, tf 12
A FIRST RATE Tanner and Currier.
1-1iAlso, a good Blacksmith for sale or hire.
Enquire of F. O'CONNOR.
14. Vintage, Edgefield District, Jan 7 tf 52
T HE STORE HQUSEext East of R. H.Sul
liyan's, ;0 feet front and 60 deep, containing
three rp.nls below, one above, and a good cellar.
THE TAN YARD pud Lot adjoining, and con
taining about three acres.
ONE LOT on the branch adjoining 0. Apro.
R. T. MIMS.
Oct 2 ft 38
DY an order from W. F. Durisoe, Esq., Ordina
13Lry of Edgefield Distriet, I will proceed to sell
in the town of Hamburg, on Saturday the 10th of
May next the personal Estate of Mrs. Nancy Bateman
consisting in part of one Negro woman and Son
about eight years of age. Household and Kitchen
Tzae-For all sums of and under Five Dollars
Cash ;for all over that amount on a credit until the
25th December next. Purchasers to give two good'
approved sureties. WM. MILLER, Adm'tor.
April 23 1856 St 15
A LL Persons having demands against the Estate
of Win. H. Adams, dee'd., are hereby notified
to present the same, properly attesteA, for payment,
and those who are indebted to the Estate, are re
quested to make payment to
E. PENN, Adm'or.
n24 4 2
ALL those indebted to M. A. Ranson, Agent,
will find the Books and Accounts with B. H.
Howard or W. Y. Quarles, at the Store of Harvely
& Mays, Hamburg. All Notes and Accounts re
maining unpaid after the first June, will be placed
in the hands of an Attorney for collection.
Also, those indebted to me individually are noti
fled to maks early payment.U.M ULR
Mar 5 tf '8
LL persona to whom the Esate of James
AWeathersby, deceased, is iindebted wjil pre
sent their claims, and all persons* indebted to the
said Estate, will make payments to the undersigned.
W. L ANDERSON, Administrator.
Nov. 21, 1855. if 45
ST AYED from my place on the Upper 3 Runs
Barnwell District, a small Sorrell Horse, five
years old this Spring, well formed, and all four feet
white, and a Star in the face. No other particular
marks known ;he was in good order and may have
been taken off by some person.-I will give ten dol
lairs to any person that will deliver him to ; me any
information concerning him will be thankfully Re
ceived.-A ddress Silverton, Barnwell District S. C.
WILLIAM F; GREEN.
A pril 23 7'4t 15
r HE ereditors of' the estate of Jonathan Tillman
afL*Ie'hereby notified that I idnt r'eady ttlpay their
deads agains t aid'estaro ys fafr as authorized by
the Court. A.' SiIINS C.E.n..
April231856 ' ' 5
A LL~ Persons having demands againstthie Estate
of B. R. Addison, dee'd., are requested to
present them properly attested to the undersigned,
to whom also those indebted to the Estate are re
quired to make prompt payment.L.PN
Adm'or with the Will annexed.
May 9 tf 17
-HIIE undersigned having purchased of Mr. J.
K. HOR A his interest in the firm of J. M.
NWBY &c CO., will continue the Clothing busi
ness, at their old stand, under the United States
Hotel, in the same name as heretofore.
J. M. NEWBY,
C. B. DAY,
WM. S. WISE.
At~pista, March 19, 1656. tf 10
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Col. R.
B. Bouknight, dee'd., are earnestly requested
to make imitiate payment. All persons having
denands against the estate, will pr.esejt then! pro
JOHN HIUIS T Alpr
MARY BOUKNIGHT. A'r
Dec 19 ly 49'*
A LL Persons concerned will take notice that I
t.have appointed Dr. James A. Devore and
Robert Atkins my Agents and Attorneys to repre
sent me in the eollection of the debts due to the
Estate of John Doby, dee'd., and in all other duties
devolving upon me as administrator of said deceased.
-MATILDA DOBlY, Adm'or.
Feb 11 if .6
and those having demand hginst the' said .tstate,
wll present thsu proper y attested to.
'Z. J. 19MS, gzor.
Jan 16 tf 3
ATL those indebted to thee Estate of J. E. Free
'man will please come fsr-wird" ad pay up
imiately ; and th'bse paaviig d'spands against the
Estate will present them'proper attested.
J. H. JENNINGS, Ad'rs.
J. W. FREEMAN, '
Feb 4, * f * 4
Edgefield Flying Artillery.
g , YOU are hereby summoned to
be and spiear at your paraae
ground (Edgefiild C. H.,) for
Drill and Instruction, on Saturday 7th of June
An election will on that day bie ifeld, for first and
By order of -W. C. MORAGNS, Cap.
. Mine, 0. S...ts
A pril 9 9t 13
Corse Meal and Niominy
foYSir sale at the subscriber's residence
L -'-~D - S. W. NICHOLSON.
an26 oam 7
h a ji ays nd, at his Far
a lar !
1vealso oalzan4i e aficlo OCiI7iW
and rthos heretofore f'rn o
prp.,pe ting'ore fully the taste as .
of those whto gre not altogether~ pleased 'WItl..
shape nd , p of the
are comjo. 9b sIMe , -
TERIAL, lile the iis angta fasI:z
resemblance fthe most e a
The assor"ment coisprlig ALL I
infantdtp to the6 * gsisr'4 itro
be mold on reasonal 4~~p. J. tl
Sept 26 tf
Land for al,
Tups 9! Sastrie r a Issin to t a d his
of er forii-I; isMal toete his* VAL t L
Three Hundred k Sevety-sevenmAtte
Lying ar Salada River,and uadjdinig lands f
A Strother A. Clark and David ai
Boseman's 1ferry, and within two or three hudr.
yards of the Greenville Columbia Rail Road.
The Tract contain. aboutone hundred acres
orignal forest, whilst the rest is under fence.
hIndred and ity is in a high state of ckiv
of wieh there is from sevent-have to ene unia
acres offine bottom land equal toany and ,
by none in e State. This plantation hanins
lets and excellent ranges for stock.
On the prenass ar a d Two Story eling
House arnd al eear plntation buildings. Also3
a Spiring of never 'ffl'g water.
g Any person lrng to purchase will cl
the Subscriber who reswps on the premises, and h
will take pleasure in shovill then thabo
Nov21 t ' 45
Valuable Property for Bale.
Tud HE undersigned, hintendingte moe to Ge ort
in a short time, offers for ale the fIll
valuable property in Hamburg-titles midii ablen
The DWELLING HOUSE and LOT on Market
Corner of Snowden Street, running thronght
Mercei Street. The Dwelling and en sre
bricli, avred with tin. On the Lot Ise~riag
ltt and allpeie ragetsi liah' -
o T th te4spre Sta k godToSoyP aln
Homeiaui Hotl n myic p~nis uldiir*O S' J
BRIeCK BfIIN4, upi~d'a Two Storesan
Dwelling oflot inniing through oo b t
the latter Steet r;. e c k .tre. --
The LOT e i oner ket tnd Leaven .rth
Streets, running through to Uerper Street. On tbi
Lot isa new One and a half Story HOUSE
tered and painted. -
FIVE HUNDRED SHARES Hamburg and
Edgefield Plank Road Stoek.'
The sbove property will be on accomaet
ting term., or exchanged for tand in Souteriie
gin, or negroes. O h A. ICNROL'
Hlamburg, Octl I f 3
Valuable Lands for Sale,
T HE Subscriber offers for sale the TRACT 0
LAND on which he now lives, sitated-on
Savannah River, seventeen miles above Austa
well adapted the cultivation of Cotton and
containIng 1176 Ar e3,
more or less. Between five and sil lundreJ a -
of leared land, one unded oftliieh"is erstqulI
ty low grounds, and one haundrl acres fresh, whiljs
the balance of the cleared land is in a fair state of
cultivation. The plSe has everal fine spring. ci
it. On the premisrt wie All "' edsary buildings.
It is as healthy*a location, and as mnoral and intel -.
gent a neigborhood as can be fo inSthe .eu
One other Tract containg PlIA HUNDRR
ambrD c *W I 4C tflignertejn.
Valabe deisd u y reeks.O
the yrei'is are all pecessary- buildin
several good i . Th e le is hTRATe4
i'i Biei~ , a' *$!! hd jted to asml
Thqabove lands will be sold onaccomdatug
tera, and. if desired, negro propert, aaprle
will be taken in payment. 1 will take
showing the lands to any who may wish to prse
or any Information given by addressing the
boer at Woodlan, S. C. J. B. UPLMIS .'
The Busy Bee,
A Paper just issued in Charleston, South Carolin
devoted to the promotion of Literature, Fine Arts,
Science, and Industrial Pursuiti, and'partiejglarly to
the encouragement of Nativc
'opubishe regularly, a'4 ejjib4 ith
Or gpiae's.Poems, Amusing klhi, & c
al fSi ill be illustrated bycuts and~ 'de ,
both beantiful and numerous. It is als obe qg
tended (o" the other States,' both South a'~ Norti',
and will hfflird a''r~re 4ppitinity for Advertising.'
Only 4 smialpon~o of the paper, however, will lie
dvoted to Adetfing; but those who advertis
wifl have. heir'notices set forth to the best advan
tage, twigh skitable guts and desigps, on very rea
sonable terms. Persons desirous of seeing the papei,
can call at Mr. .J. PHINNEY'S Printing office,'
the rear of 48 Broad street, and olltaig copies,b
paying 6* cents. Thuge at a distance can enelosea
Post Office Letter Stadap"and l 1lb6 forwarded~
Terms-82 per year, bilrfgablp in advance.
A pril. 16. 13
The South Carolina Agricuturist.
T3 HE Exeestive Committee of the State Agri
Acultural Society of South Carolina havingse
lected the subscriber to edit their paper, a prospec
tus is now Issued in compliance with their instrue-.
ions. This journal will be devoted to Agriculture.
Horticultur, Natural Science Rural Taste, Archia
tetre ad rt'thd. ~oh'onia and Manufacturig
inrest, 4jud all thep * uinjppg 'ieralm
povement, It will also contain a atfltransri
o the .anizatino' and jgroozeidlilg of the Society',
Es-isnd comrh.uuicatjons frqrp te best writers
in the Stte and a monthly summary of the sii
of the A gricultural ihess. All &ubjct'devotedt
the improvement of 'the min4 th solstock, an
domestic comfort, will findreay admission into ,~
columns, ad suoh'contributions are' cally desir
ed. The'work *1ilb prihtedjuzt1a, new an$
fair ty~, on lihe' theppb' wii a tinted coe?
Impd istn ii tilirt. ipages per month. Ti
caon coninience on the 1stf ay 1856.
heewill also be published an additional atertid
Ing sheet is a supplement, in which a limited agm'
her of advertisements will be iuserted.
Tsxe-$l.00 per annum. No paper sent unle*
the mone is paid in advance. Life Members l
the State Agricltural Society wili recive the pa1
per without cost.''- .
Papers interested in tgi as o frpo'm
will please publi' tis'a di~ati bi~
same editoli A.'M xcan e -lci
.4- . -daG.SU MER,
EditrSouth Carolina e~cilturst.!
Stat Ag lal SogetyRoi Columba
Woods Hair Restorative.
rpERE are plenty of young Gentlemien, ar
.well as plenty of old cues, whose beards -.
turing gray, which gives the former a toddea)
of neainess, and exposes the age ofJa latter.
To avoid these little perplexities, we advise such of
our readers to use Prof. WOOD'S lIk7R'R ES
TORA TIVE, which will, in the cous6'.oftafed
weeks, che the whitehar to ita 'natural eolois.
It does not dethe hair, like the most .of the Bair
Retoratives, but prdees a auIng eof -
lt ainedglos'y ' Ecah Wa' h'nd see4
many persons wohvdeit suedesfdly, and l
prononed it the Qon 'inyanltiqer whiohi has come
to their idea pf "4 re for gry e !s? W 1
'come u it ah~out tw.io aeand.
ife ak' ' of ageadd Ihii,
'i t1 yestyounge~-n ,tdea me tII
niti t'o look'quite on and feel inuuhliks
getlug ayng war . ' ca i s oaulous,
and itw i be a nIdeal to halr noir
a's it wo60 t an idea''t tosf'the
Du E hBaeingbam. We'kiew seeriil
ihias dud pdmne young widolas,"'5rhbse' le
just beginn as une'a'silves'' lf n
have been takn er1oaly , ,, artng tothI,
remedy; and we advis e otul~yany lon
ger.tnever fals.-t. e'kSi
For sale, wholesale and reab.
WhM. H mDrug a
Augueta, Ga. AprihB3 - . - z