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Frm the Col ambia ETamaer'O4J4
To ruE PZoPiZ oF THE Soumi.-The u -
I IM ort
O~t~e on of
KA 0M~f the.
commnen ieu of its cotemiki-ieis th 1
t m .sewhere in the Si
on muny-odbasions we are ghtiified to be
so ex u del n t hat de
ni bo itaii as' we
h "Ind expect it would
be. Th sb rip t .t although still
those circumstancet, the un
ao m1Aignedissiuiduebldatbat- i't eireu
Jar a eeaftothe Edtbe: Ar e, and to
, itsA~p inL e
.yq~ editor,ath~ Soisth
mereen s-helt tlt *~+ener
Igdn i;ie W-= NIU mdedi
citepeople of4 the-tinL ~"1o
- It is nOtinecessary t(rtathfli'e *who
them tojPuaited e rt see quality iA
ithi Uin S it. The
journals of the orth, either taki their
bj L& the largest -oirofd -periodinai-aaid
q e~e.sk Ahe Southblrn
S.kateei;,wiadom'- one -oicya in-this
-ourse? Is-it right tfbste/ witlhiberal
hand the press w i...d iibesiliem,
but seeks wi i t riad the
bitterest tiid,. itica
pljbug~tqab nd wt~reerve
their rights, and whieli ig hc.' f ower
and opportuinity, ilW'vli a1ncoum
mon t -er- #veiioiing,.tate, n the
Confederacy - Among -th:waious- modes
of assault.:,up(n.us1 iow kU(j- 'usM with.
g ,i y'a'M 6a htli anti
slavft ul" a I . ieh " the
plain i dir Ive. .lutjo the Soitherni
peo to'repudtate it and build upe litera
ture of their-owiridseve ai e Let
them do this, and thef 0 red
o nt d in't of a luden
.W4 would anstly request.all feel
WAnrtereief ih-indepen'hth o'UheruH
journalism to nmle~An il'rt to extend the.
.-irculatidhi -ofii :Fgamniier.y Therir are
f.gw, 1"ere f, iY this 'Stdi'toF our. Sister
...&ates of the South, who egnntal to
.U ogd0dei1ae*U ki ho
. jM1n-Wuen -thegdrs, .y: ied
spdb MIlf,:thea;subseriptieu libt: af, the
mSous tsmsof-the -lNorther~reeklies
45I6y' 3 ~ we wohid'"falh
ou and political papers
say aawe ere
ktad,a fnen'hite paper, witkexoellent'tiyg*
of teir ' f 'i bised%)(i'ten'edpieshii
a~ Postmasters are requested te
act'as our agents i.n-rceiving" kudinudard
ing subseriptions. -.N-o . oer muailed until
ceuMTikg the ptr:6lle and a series of frigi
nal stories written 'expressiffbr Thcgxami.
jier, ean yet be dnt to new subsenibers.
8SpfWr Mjd whaer
fdior ad hrpm
And wilt be peased to wait upon allwha fidvor
Speg'aruso *ro-ws#e d aaogue-in-this
. 8rtockL-Mt:D rd~uiins &43.' if
it to say, we have the FULLEBsTnd,
MO ~~COMPUErPE stek deer
*VgedC. ., Miay 23 tf . 19
immediately West ,Il~e eid
Pb~on gaven on .ort nonice. . .
if7 With an- expenditure'ef two:ar .tbree'h~n
dred do it could be madeonef the ont hand
~If& ovgSek3.?Nero Goods onia
together with heavy NEGEO flLANKlETS, su~pe
ny wo e:l~ ,~~ iose
.& m., .-i:ER EbWAhRRE
Oppositeg i e H~ote~gh S a.
Oct-8, . : - . -
I" waig~rPit Varnish, Grain
J.sg Blendr, Tane -Whkiewash, '0euntb,
Dusting and lt Jnauhis and, mba-Flesh
Brushes and - and Shaving
A puda~ de -Emsta -ofv L
tett. easame'ds early:auprticablebi og
-er'igdngge esibe gsen. /Theadhaving cinma
agaist Eisi arenot~ed o tnder tbem is
.,;t Fs eg 16DS, Adm'r.
Uot.8,.856.r -1.3m - -.39
naa 6eee1,6as Zmets 0
.-ramaA fA&I QZP6TIE
'..L u t J
OffNING OF NEW GOODS AT
W E are now ivi'g and have .oapened, and
W ready for in'%- ion uanwsale, a large por
n0 of our NEW F and WINTER STOCK.
nm. a few days more: we rhall be prepared to
shoe'~ ! eiriends ..nd patrias the
[ost 'tensive and Varied Stock o
1 0 0D, may
Ever brought to.. Edgefield; and those who may
buy of us, may rily oq having good Goods at the
LOWEST PRICES-it which they can be aold.
We desire particulaf 1 I th t i.
Ladies to our -
STOCK OF DRESS 1bS,
Comprising the most' elegant SI .ROBES of
the richest designs and most magnifil' t Good ever
brought to this market. Also, other Dl is
Black and Colored, or every style;
Rich French Printed DeLains; Rugenia Roles;
Poplins; French and English Marinoes;
Solid Colored Delaines, bright colors ;
Also, in bright colors and small figures all wool
n a p ken's wear, together
We have alse Elastic and-Patent Leather Belt,
in g+l6t drity I, Cisets; Elastics; Head Dresses;
Ldis, &c. Ladies, come nnd bee them.
To the Plainter
e can- Beuperb 9 assorteni E YY
ODS, sue KERSYS, BLANKETS,
R%4 igrd aanw nt of ma
terilh'fo hi ovaaoawcIwt
M 3OtK *howee Hatsi Eao, &.,
To all of whie-we respectfully Invite the inspectop!
ana attention of thd lrading comin'unity.
.11 D. & . UTLER.
lHE' Subibwoffers for sliehlaatation on
. rwklohlai ow resides oitaluid oit
.foutepaR.Undesf x es *
vltOMda ri tie0 d 'iiAugusta and Edgefielk
roadi, i9'the Ridgesettlement. It ba aqn it an ele
gant two 'story Dwelling House, containing ten
roo iaVa. iegcoetsfur 'orthe -omsare twenty
fleb~t'lq. ,iti Dining foi '$ IC 4; also an
excellent.Gin. House ,0 by 47 fedv4 to which isad
aid iagiedottha'boin'on the'iide, U'd 'do'ble
a filigeis b tTrayf ali yllenittin hew'
There are constant, streams of water in every field.
Sept. 30h i85S6, 8t 38
LIJABLE IL, PROPElATY
FolF!o 'SaI e -
- ~IFSubs.ritir lii'er's'o sale all of his blill
- Property~n Sdiith Edisto. River, consisting
of th6 foiloig. Traects of Land :
The.Rocky Spring Place,
Containing 4,348 Acres. Upon this place is
a figgiertula' skpe:Aill, iaindY.ioriauig order,
wit a plenty of timber. Also, a new Frame and'
Dam for a straight-Saw.
* Thenloney Place,
Containieg nkar, .11 Aeres Upon this
place is a good Saw I f wth.a vern fine body of
timbert nibd several ferf deiiible Mill seats. Also,
a fine body of land adapted to tig cultivation of grain.
The McTyer or Home Place,
Containinag about 3,500 geres. This is a de
airable place for farming purposes'. Ther4~ are about
500 acres of pod Switusp hand upon the River anad
Creeks -about 't50tof which ia9"bleared Snd' well
ilitehedJ? / lsb,fntgoodiviillitig and isll necessary
~othuifdings, d Saw NI ills and Cotton Qtin runnilpg
by water, tine orchards. &c. . -
.....Fsonri-all ofttheaboye hills'unaber can bec'a'afted
-.woma the idanos Poh-snv airiuig to2 ipiahaalian
get cod barg ins.
-A.4pply Artho subgrfibr atdEgefield &'1. or to
E. S. Mims on the premise.
- RT. MIMS.
o Aiig-27,1856. tf 'J3
II7 The Chiarleston Mercury will copy weekly
46Milfl rid, and'fldwa:d aoeount to .RI. T. M.
from 4S '~2uan within fwoamilei of Mt.
WiTing , ontmuinng 3'aeres.
.Ths jiace will be sold the whtoje toget aer, or wil
be'ditided into the "following tiacts to suitp'ih
sers: ..m :. pue' :
Centaning 735 nteed, upon '1ic11 tliere i an exeecl
ent-Hoise withir onms, all necessary outbuildings
m~efwhich aie frained,)'Gin House, Screw,
Stables, Negro Houses apd tall the conveniencics of
a Plantation. .-,.'.:
About 450,aceres on this .plaee'ar.eleared , one
thidg wifebis fresti '3n-tenane isan
Apd.he'art and, is well :n,laptedl t,~o cotton and grain.
ae.Placeiis .ery healthy, spleasantly loeitcd ad
sia to. any. one.. working from 10 to 20
~The Boahamn Place,
Containing 4401.aeres, upon whioh- there is a coin
fortable dwelling with necessary outbuilings-Niho'u
100 acres of Forest land and 340 aereg, clear-eg, 50
of *huih astb s'eendvenar's laaa, of excallent
qualaty,'~c for'corn and cotton; also-25 acres of
low-grud;--.tke :remsider in a fafritate of culti
vatiop. .___ -.
-ite Thle fin-LInaTTact,
Contaaning 187 acres, about' 18 'acres cleared, the
remainder k~iyl~be idqii if notasupe
rio1i'dadiselivness to any gine-land in this sec
tion of the district..
t Briialsirui 'ofipehsit-will d6w1flo
calI.soon-andl examine for thetnseh'(s. Or foi-in
formation, address the subnriberatlMt. Willing,
Edgreield District. ems of imlo will beaecomo
-M~ay 7, 1856 . __s. 17.
H1 JEmundersignedgintendiagtohnaove to dlcorgfn
-~in ashort .tk~nU, ofli's forafe the following
valuableproierrty .ia llamburg-titles -idisj - ible..
The DWELLUNG-HOUJSE and-LOT-on Ma.-kef;
Corner of Snowdlqn StreItersoispgathrough to
Mercer Stre'e'i.Th'e ]illing and .JKiteheni are 9
b*elfeoged th Tin, On the 'Lat i'Cimirage
Thec0 'O~nCustre"'Street, iaeql 'pite~tie,
trlr1n ?tofc, oh1Wilcle * asirge4 STO -
BRCK BUITA)M * "ebi ' . li-snd
Dw n 1b~gbtbub Street. On
heep Store. .
'ieLOT on Cornet' Market and Lezivenworth
~treets, runnaing thrpugh. Mercer S -t. On this
t is anew Oakitilf NtrY 1USE, plns
IV~t IafkED..SHARES Hainburg .And
EFeAldPiagfp~oad Stock. .I
Te above .poprty will be ol on acecommnoda
iag termns,.qr,exchanged for kandlin SouthernGeot.
or gegees, H. A. KENRICK.
bgrg~e 1tf 38.
K LandI or Sale,
HjIE Subscriver Vis g to 'liang his location
offers for sale hsVA LU PLANTA
'go alda.iver naisjinmn .da'f.Waat,
S. Strothets.. A. --9arl-2atnd Da4 Psiyne, :near
7. Ferry; and pithaid tweor-threeinndred
a!5of. the'Owaenills:& Colnabia Bail Robikt:
The Tract contains about ode- hundred erek i
original lor'est, whilitiabbroiit is under fence. One
i ndred and fifty is in a high state of eultivptioar,
of whieh there is from seventy~dite to one hundred
ares of fine bott&m lind eqil toany-andl surpassed
by none ia.the State, This plantation hasgood out
lets and-excellent ranges for stock..- .. .
On the premises area goqd Two Story Dwelling
ousse an~ l necessary.pItalatat bjilding.. Also,
aoS' f never failiug wrj.r
SAny person-iwishi'ag to purchase.D oall oa
tl.Sascriber who resides on the premises, and he
tk pleasure di ta
~ Awj * t R. IO me LI a iJe,)~
*AL L AND WINTER.
R ESPECTFUI.LY announce to their eustoners
and the public at large, that they have re
ceived. and are still reeciving li every stenlez
from New York, a geheral assortment of
FALL AND WINTERADRY GOODS,
Which they are certain will boeronud supei-ior both in
Extent, Style ink Cheapness,
Toany assortment ever before offered in A ngusta.
AM-ongst our stock can be foun the following:
Eltra Rich Striped Moire Antique SILKS;
a&bl'k Peu de Soie ROBES,
M_4 !Ide Nnpp and Pou de Sole;
Bischoff's Plaid and Bo e
An extensive assortment of low-priced SILK, in
colors and black; -
Fancy Striped and Plaid CASHMEREand Satin
Gsa PLAIDS; Wool DELAINES; Persisar
- DELAINES Mohair Mixture;
Figured'ALPACA; Black ALPACA;
Black ind Colored English MERINOS;
" French .. .
LupiA'd bastBla kaBOMPAZINES ana CH AL
Frech-.INGHA g and.C I TZ.;. -
English ana Aimerican PRINTS, of all the favor
01ir Hoaliery Dejp artiefit
W ill be found to embrieev*rytylg of English and
Gtinan Geod. 'Also,%liaw -Vilk and Spun
HOSE and HALF- HOSE;
Cashmere, Cloth, Back- kin itddKid GLOVES, for
Ladies nud'.Gentlemen :'
Jaconet and S FiiTM INGS and FLOUNC
Canibrie, Swiss and Book Muslin COLLARS and
Infants gmirolired R ES, 'Froek WAI$TS,
and WA IS TS
1J6 e~adbrlia; H ANDE KERCHIEFS0 :
n 7%W IMEUIWERRTB Mourn.
Ffpoh 2a-seiles CONTERPANBS; i
Manqlester and Lancaster -
1-4;9-4 and10-4 Whilc Soiiw-dropLineiDAM
9:4,and 10-4 White Satin and Figured DAMASK;:
8-4.,9-4 and 10-4 Brown and White Linenand
8-4, 9-4, 10-4;- 11-4 and -1-4 Brown and White
Linen Table COVERS;
NAPKINSi DQYLIES, TOWEi', DIA
PE RS,. CRASH, and an. excellent assortment of
fine LINENS for Gentlemen's Shirt Bosoms j
10-4, 11-4 and i2-4 ail-ndale, Ilanilton and New,
York Mills Sheetiugs;
jEnglish and Ameiiean Long Cloths, of all the fa
Dotted and Figured Swiss Muslins;
Cheked apd Striped Jaconet, Swiss, Mull and
Nnnsook Muslins, Apron Cheeks;
Red and White Flannels;
Brown Cotftr klngie;
Sperior Cassimeres, Bear Skins, for over-Coats,
Pilot and Beaver Cloths;
Sattinetts, Cabhmeretts, Tweeds, Cassinetts, Ken
Blaikets, Stripes, Osnaburgs, Linseys, Kerseys,
&e., in great variety.
Cloaks, Talmnas and Shawls.
This branch of our business will be fecund to con
tin every variety of material, both Imported and of
American manufacture, and wjill range in prices
from two dollars up to the moat costly garment.
To this'br'nek we have this season added a large
assortahent of the following beautiful styles:
ich Velvet Tapestry, beautiful designs;
Superior Tapestry Brussels, ""
Extra Sup. Three Piy, and ing~rinu Carpets:;
Stair Carpet-a ; ibrggdts'; anda'n exti~nsive assort
-meat of Chenile and Velvet Rngs;
AdelaidA Matte, Bindings, &c.
~Sept..th- 1856. - .tf 36
PURIFT TEE BLaOOD?
,MOFFATTS LIFE PILLS
.. . . .AND.
FREE FR036ALL INEfl~L POISONS.
*TU '~rent piliit1 wh:ch MOFFAT$ LIFE PIUS
ad P'IIOENIX ]lilt ave aiiabaecel in ecnseqnee
of the extruredluiry cures effectced 1cy their use, rebui'era It
.unnecessry foar the Ierolricekr to: enter linto a partienur
anlsisof thceirnmelkiemal cirtuces or precrtlies. IItarhcg
beene hmore ticean tweunty y ere'ore tlie pcublie, ntic)imavh:e
ie unitedl tvetimosecy of- mere ihnn TIIl:EE MeILT.IONS ,t
cersoncs wicec have beene rt'etoreel Io the ceiiment of per
fcet heaileh Icy thcem; it is'believedt that tlheir reputaetean as
ie Beat Vegetable .MedecIne tow befere the pcublc,
admits cr nec ispute. In almoust every city andi village in
the tinitedfates - thre are manyi who are- resntly to testIfy
to their efficacy in rssevincg dhiseaese. and giraig to the
whole system renewed iger icnal lce-nth..
,[n'cesaof SItOFULA, ULA'Elis. S(UP.VY or ERUWP
TIONS eef thce sktn,thee opjerntlon of thceLIFE 31tEI)ICINES
is trulty astonialcing, often remoevhig In a few clays, every
vestige of these ioathseeme diseases, Icy their ctlln
efctsc aorlie blocod.- FEVER ahel~ A(IUE, J)YS1CPI,
IyIOPY,:PILES,:stud In slhort mnost all ulseases, soon'
yIel to -their curetive pcrolcerties. No family, shoulel be
-witheo'it then,- us by thdeir' timely' use iznuch suffering and
extse aneny be caveci.
Prepcaredl by WIIJ.IAM 1I. 3eI0FFAT, St. D., New
York, and for saljdf.TUTT ebPFJLETh~i Seole Agents,
Iamburg. S. C.
.' IAugust-6: . y -80
STATE OF SOUTJ'l CAROLINA,
- - EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
-*:- IN ORDINARY.
amuel S. Hoin end others, A pplicants,
Absolum Ihorn and others, Dofendants.
IT appearing to my satisfacionr that Michael THorn,
iParmela, wire of William Galloway, and James
Iorn, D~efendants, Teide''irithaotit this. State, it is
hereforoeordered; that they do appear and object to
the division or saleiof the real estate -ocf Elijn -Ilor,
Se'r -Deceased;-on or befojre the-ninth day'of De
eembm'r next, or their consent to the same wil'be
entered~of yecord. --
W. F. DURISOE,'O ED
TS11ATE OFSOUT H CA ROL[NA
IN CH ANCE TY,
vrn~s O tr.
-of Zi1gii bs, dec'd.
N-OTICE.isihereby -given to the -lineal Jerein
.-iante of Zilpha Noblesi, deed., Wae- of Edges
field District S. C., or their leial representatives, to
come forard: and estdblisli ll err claims to a fund
now iai ihl eharge id-k~ii'pig of the Commcissioner
in Equity for said District under nn order of 'the
The first hjpoga n.i t 1%7 lathe Ilted time
within whi~ih any uck'elin most be substantiated,
as inimediately thereafterihe fund is -to be paid out
to the parties then knowito ho esistant according
toteirrespeciive rightts in the same. -
- .A. SIMK1NS, c.E.E.- .
- AugustII3. - . Im9 - 31
-State or South Carolina,
W.;C, Corley, yJ A i'
LPS. Corley, - -
Jesse Stone, and wife
It appearing to my ustisfaction that L.B~rey,
ee ofthEI 'erendadte reitdes with4u ~ Ite
It is thwefore'ordetrdd, iiM le appear ad bjto
tie division'rialb of the real etite of Adkin.ur
cy; on ottfohre thie 10th day dovmbrne~to
his consent to thecsame well beenered of recod.
- W. F. DURI80E, o.E.D.
A ugust 18. 1856 3m 32
LL personsa'tot~tani .the -stateof James
.AWeathersby, d'ednsedis indebted will pre
sdEstate, *ill make paments to the suoiie
L. ,~A daihisrato
Jof. V f 4
(AER OF~ A .- 8M OB-W
T HE Udersigned would respectfully e*i t~a
to their very complete Ap.d extensive Estal
of NEGROES requiring SURGICAL OPE
TVie Building is situnted corner of Jackdon
the Savannah Rail-Road Depots; and in sight c
tioiiof ptientfro distaque. -inite constru
vievs th spetihl pur &d -to- whtth it is applie
ednu&4okthe COM PRT-OFTHE- SICK.
baths-anibsAd ter.elosets in each story to a
lso we! * t ikughted with gas. W
and fern nurses, tae patient will be saved mu
Of Unt'aIV bi aict in the treatment of NEE
8 t.Boa'Id, Lodging and Nursit
atten ce Operations,&ec., the same
tas Jan 30, 1856.
CUO L IN A :HOTEL''
HAMBURG, S. 0.
JOHN A, MAY8, POPRI 0ETO1S
1IIE.Publio are respectfully in
Tormni that-this Hotel has under
gone a thorough repair, and has been
reftted intie BEST STYLE. regard
less of expense, and was opened on the Firstof Octo
er. for the reception of Boarders and ccomodation
of Transiant custoniers.
The hest-accommodation is guarantied to those
who will faror the Proprietor with their patronage,
and the hlanagement will be such as to command
for .th Upuse, the repttation it has always main
. iWed,asslie Best Hotel in Hamburg.
The Proprietor.assures the public that no pains
shall be spated .onthe part of the Management to
furnish theTable with the best viands the Markets of
Augustanand DIinburg afford.
- Families visiting our Town are solicted to give us
a eall, as our best exertions shall he devoted to ad
minister to their entire comfort.
Attached to the Hotel, is a fine LIVERY and
SA LE STABLE, -kept .by C. DAzrrx.s & J. B.
CARUico, which is well fitted up-and has all kinds of
Provender that this Market can possibly afford, ind
they pledge themselves to take as good care of Stock
as any other Stable or so pay
They are'preparel to acconmodate Drovers Stock,
and Transient Horses at-all timer, and have Horses
and Buggies to hire, and will run one or more Hacks,
whenever called for on rensouable terms.
N. B.-They..have an. eminent Ihorse Farrier
who proposes to c'urc all curabale disenses of the
lorse, (contagious diseases exepted,) or no pay,
and will be responsible that horses uinder his treat
ment shall be well eared for and 'reated seording
Hamnburg, A pril 23 1850. m 15
IN PRICE OF BUGGIES,&c,
IAVING secured the se-rvices or Mr. IIUtL*
IBURIT (of the well-known Hlonse of J,
lu-lburt & Co., Auyasta,) to superintend the
manuacturng. we aire prepared to furnish CAR
RIA GES of all deseriptions at .
Five per cent less.
than-the~y can be1bouglht in A ugusta, and we hazard
nothing In saying that we have on hand the
Of Soutbani made Buggies to be found South
Mason & Dixon's Line, which cannot fail to snii
those in want of substantinl uiork.
:We are now preparvd to 'juil at short notiet
Carriagos and Plantation Wagons
Superrdr to.inytliing: before e6'eircd in this Districi
ITREPAIRING attended to as usual witlt
,despath.-. LEIGH & TUCIRElt.
Edigefeld, July 22, tf - 28
THF Undersigned have formed a Co-partner
-Lship. in'business,, under the firm of SIBLEY
USHER,.st the old and well krnown stand ol
SIDLsy & Sos, Corner of Market and Centre Streets,
Hambuig, for tire transaction of a general
Grocery, Provision & Cotton Business,
here we intend to keep constantly on hand a full
supply of Goods, and will sell as LOW for CAS1I
as any 'otiier house.
Our Stocek consists in part of the following:
Clarified, Crushed, Powdered, St. Croix, P'orto
Rico and New Orleans S UG A R;
New Orleans and West India AMOLASSES;
Jan andi.Rio COFFEE;
Irish POTATOES for planting;.
BACON, LARD a'id BUTTER.
Bagging, Rope and Twine,
Shoe and Sole Leather,
Mackerel, Kitts and Barrels,
7 Blankets, Negro Cloths, Osnaburgi,
Saddles and Bridles, Wooden Ware,
*Pepper and Spice, Fresh Rice, Saeck and
Table Salt, Tea of various. Ijinda, Inxdigo,
W~indow GhIas,' L~amp, .Linseed. and Train Oil,
Paints, Pov'de, Rifle anid Tfasting,-Shot and
Lead, a good assortment of Chairs, Roek
aways, Office, Akn: and Chil~dren's.
Bedsleads, Sofas, Feathers..
Meienn au'd Peruvian Guaio, Kittlewell's Salts
Lin'rid Vlaster,!Irc', Germi.- and Oust steel
Naa' assorted..&c., &. -
JOSIAR Sl s GY - JOIIN USIUER Sa.
Ilumburg, .lan 23, 1850. - ly 2
agonsgnfd Iron Plow Stocks.
YEl Vsenured die services of a F~IST U4T4
IlEI1-W1tlGil , and propose to' build
Large 'and SaataNI N4agmaa
to order,and to dqt all kinds og!Pfl.RNG. in the
WagonBuia dnes.te sbortesi notice.
a still imaimdeuiili(0ut of the' best'iihterial,
--ETyl ig N P OW STOCK,'.
fo''-eans-Pteh.)and otrer them t'o the Planters
of dgefield District at S5,50)~er Stock.
All dr r or'Plows will be* promptly attended
- -: S. F. GOOrEE.
- Eg~feld CII., Feb27 . .tf - 7
Shoes and Boots.
T ST opened by E. PENN, Agent, a large
S:Boots and Shoes of every' style and
ulft, -wdeh will be sold on tie'commodating terms.
Oct1 no ~5 :t 38
DURING my absence from the-State, CICEIIO
IADAM . ; sfdlehre Agent
for te piokeuuiu of'mUnlihed blsiess in
Lad oad Penuiot Cia'sia. '~
T HE STORE UJOUSE,nexiEast of.R. Hi.Sal
.Livan's, 30'f4 rront anl 60 deep, containing
treq rooms below, one above, and a good cellat.
THE TAN YARD and Lot adjoining, and eon
ai'nig about tiree acres.
O)ELOT 'on th~e lbranch adjoining I.'L.-Refo.'
R. T. M1IMS.
For Sale. .
IY BDRIKARD GO4TAGE, vth about 10
Iaercs att::che8. Atnyldalgeaee, with good
KARY, FOR NEGREOSJ
altention of PiAnters and Slave-ownersagenerally
ishment in Augusta; Ga., for the accommodation
RATIONS. or: TREATMENT IN CHRONIC
and Fenwick Srieets, between the Georgia and
f -both. It is therefore convenient for the recep
ion, throughout the eptire:.plapp:asr:keptin
;'being-furnished witfi- everything Which. can
t is supplied withiot: And cold baths'and sh'ower
aid fatigue- and exposure to the- patients. ' It is
ith the eonstant-attendance-of experienced male i1
h of the suffering which too often is the result
ROES in ordinary private practice.
g, per month, 810. For all NECESSARY Medical
as in ordinary city practice.
.H. F.. CAiMPBELL, Surgeon,.
R. CAMPBELL, Attending Physician.
H, L. CUNNINGHAM & 00.,
GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS, C
AND DEALERS IN
FOREIGN WINES AND LIQQORS,
. AX. UnG, S. 0.
W E take this opportunity of. returning thanks e
Sto our patrons and friends for the very liberal
encouragement and favors we have received for d
several years past, and respectfully solicit a continu- t
anee or the same. Our highest aims, and best en- C
deavors will be to merit and deserve the patronage
of our old customers, friends %and the public gene
rally, by conducting our business as we Iave done
heretofore, and increasing our reputation for
LoW Prices and Fair Dealing,
And4iaking it to the decided advantage.of all who a
favor us with their trade.
The increased patronage we have received and V
are continually receiving has induced us to BUY
A LARGE and WELL ASSORTED
Stock of Goods, in order to meet the growing de- p
mands and increase of trade.
THE SUPERIOR QUALITY
Of all Goods offered to the Public at this establish
ment, is so well known that very little need be -aid
upon this subject. But with the unity of LOW
PRICES, and the very best'quality of GOODS,
is the system of business the subscribers are deter- I
mined to carry out. This will be made applicable a
to every branch of their business.]
.Our Goods in all instances will be what they are4
represented to be-and when sold by sample, shall
always be in conformity with the sample.
We are constantly receiving and have in Store a
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT of
G R O GE RIES,
LOAF, CRIUSIIE D, CL A RTFIED, ST. CROIX
A ND ORLE ANS S UGA RS,
ORLE ANS SY RUP & C UBA AMOL ASSES, -
TENNESSEE AND) BALTIM10RE BACON
SODA, STA RCH, SOAP,
WHiTE WINE AN.D APPfL VINEGARS, &e.
A large assortment of
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Consisting or P'ipes, Half Pip'es and Quarter Casks of
Of the fullowing celebrated Bad n itgs
Otard, Dupy & Co., 18,14,147
Miartel & Co., . 187
A zarnt Signett, 149
J. J. Dupy,18.
P. iget, 1850,1.
OLD BORDE AUX, CH AMP AGNE BR ANDIES
MADEIRLA, PORT AND) SHERRY WINES,
110LANID G IN,
JTAMAlCA AND ST. CROIX RUMlS,
GIBSON'S E.\GLE W 11IS KE Y. AND
Domestic Liquors of all kinds! -
The Arrangements of our Store are such as to
mike this Establishment ini fact thie substitute of
the cellar of every consumer. s. l ssr
I]OTEI.S and persons wanting salasre
lots of Choice Wines amnd Liquors for special oeia
sions, enn be supplieel at the. shortest notice.
COUNTRY~ TR..DE supplied at the wholesale
FA MILTES can comniand the best Taible.Wines
at very how prices, as also the eest sorts or
Wines and Lignois fur culinary purposes.
.P[IYSICIANS requiring fine Liquors for medi
esl purposes are particularly solicited to call and ex
amine our Stock.
--.We keep constantly on hand a
gales, Whips Saddle
Blankets,. Bed Blankets,
-several Cases of flue Sewed and
.Pegged-.Boots and Shoes, Ladies,'
Misses and Children's Shoes, Water
prsof Hunting' and Ditcher's Boots, Boys and
Mcen's Brogans fuom No1 to 15, also, Fiur,
.Wool and Silk Hats, Cloth. Plush and
Fancy Caps, Osnuburge, Sheet
ings, Shirtings,,Stripes Geor
gia Plains, G unny and .
. Bale Rope, &c. -
We solicit CASHI ORDERS from parties out
visiting our Town, and will endeavor In all tnstani
ces to satisfy in every particular, all whO conted
heir orders to us.
*tPiesties.isitingtis arkettrd'arntl soiited
We are deterinined to make it to their advantage
iy selling themi thieir.supplies LOWER than they
can buy them elsewhere.
117 We will give the market prices for Cotton,
and every other kind of produce ofI'eredl.
II;L. CUNNINGHAM, .
-- G. C. CUNNINGHAM.
Hamburg May 28 1850 6:n 20
.DR. SIMMONS' -
YEGETABLE LIVER mEDlICINES,
A SAFE- AND EFFECTUA L RE411DY
Fcoriall~kindgpof Liver diseases, anid all diag
eass and-adispositions that originate.
from a diseased- state or inactivity. .
.of. the- 'Liver-such as chrdl'e '
and acute inflammation of the
ache,sournede of'stomaeh,. --
loss of. appetlf6,.cholio,
costiveness, &e., &e.
100 Patekagfesiust .received and for sale by~
G. L. PENN, A gent.
guyItf . 25
iaccompanied with the Cash.
8 E. BOWERS, Acm.
;anO 80 t f3
Parasols and Umbrellas,
NOW is the time to buy Umbrellas, Parasols
Nand Buggy Shades.
--i. H. SULLIVAIN.
June 25 .~ - tt -.
- -. *hmN'8Gju
pIhUndersigned havrin ed a Odw-0n.
' nership for. the purpose of carrying -on ithe
urniture business, respeptiully. call the..Attery n
the publie'to their new and excellent Stoks'9"
t the stand for.nerly ocoupied bidyrL Lod Hlt
d adjosining Mr.Jolba -Colgan's; Merchat Tailoi
hop, %% sere they are prepared to sbpply allorders i
. .Greauf.Rednced Prieewtoe
We intend keeping our Renilstfhileisva I
great variety of the latest and most fashlonabli
)ur present Stock conssts of a No. 1. ltof
(A large and spletdid variefy,)
.T@ nusM AMID ,UNI1VW
Ve will also hy*e COFFINS to order, at lb
hortest notice, and at reduced rates.
- a :.MATTRE.SE. 4
Ve have and intendkeepifg contatif46
fine assortment of MOSS add OCTTONdMAT
'RESSES whieh will .be sold,.oheper'tbh'oiej
foreffered ii this place. ....:. 'i.
WTREPAIRING old Furniture promptly at
ended to. . .. .
We are'determined to give;sstisfactios-to all wh<
ihy favor us with their patronage, and by warrant
ig our work to be put up in a workmanlike man
er and of the best material, we hope to secure s
beral share of publicencouragement.
M. A. MARKERT,
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
SE bsriber - -
MT~~onue to buld*
to order, and of thi
EST MATERIAL that can be proured,
Carrlaiges Buggies, c.
hP EVERY STYLE AND DEUCaIPTIoN. Th'ey'alsokeq;
onstantly on hand a fine and varied assortinent of
(ew and Second-Hand Cariage I
EFREPAIRING neatly and promptly attena'
Thankful for. past patronage,. they hope by giviaj
ue attention to their business and the interests. ol
ieir customers, to continue to receive a liberal shar
r public favor. C.- McGREGOR,
F. L. SMITH.
Mar28 tf 11
FOR THE LADIES!
W E have on hand a great variety of Colognei
Handkerchief Extracts, Toilet Powders a
n assortment of Fancy and Toilet Soaps;*
Pomades, Pure Bears Oil, Hair Tonics, Restora
yves and Hair Dye;
Pieston Salts and AromaticVinegar;
Cream of Beauty, Carnation Rouge, Hair De
ilatory, &c., to all of which the attention of th
.adies i. respectfully invited. For sile by.
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 i., . . 39
LL Pcrsons concerned will take notice that
have appointed'Dr. James A.~ Devore an
lobert Atkins my Agents and Attorneys to repre
ent me in the collection of the debts due to thl
.stat of John Doby, dec'd., and in all otherduti
levolving upon me aa administrator of said dceased
MATILDA DOBt, A~nm'or.
Feb 11 tf : 6
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Jess
t. Jennings, dee'd., arc requested to settle u
it an early date, and those having demands againm
aid Estate are hereby notified to present ther
luly proved, to the Subscriber, on or befohre thm
irst Monday of December next, as I intend abot
hat thuet to make a final setujement on-said Estat<
- JOHN J. JENNINGS, Adnsor.
Sept 3 3m ' 34
A L.L those indebted to the Estate of J. E. Frem
man will please come forward -and paty ai
mmediately ; and those having demands against th
E~state will present them properly attested.'
J. H1. JENNINGS' Ad'r
- J. W. FREIEMAN, ~.
Feb 4,' t
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of 'Willia
L. D. Thurmond, dec'd., are requested to mali
paymhent to the undersigned. And those havini
Icemands against theo same will present them accri
ng to law.
PLEASANT D. THURMOND, Admtr
A pril 30, 1850. tf ~-16
SLL Persons having demands against the Estal
of Wmn. H. Adams, dee'd., are hereby notifie
o present the same, properly atteste.', for paynien
td those who are inidebted to the Estate, are re
uested to make payment to -- -
E. PENN. Adm'or.
n 24 tf . . 2
SLL Persons indbtedtosthe Estate of Col.11
B. Louknighit, dee'd., are earnestly requeste
o maike immediate payment. All persons havin
lmanids against the estate,.will presept them :pre
erly attested. . .IU.E-,
MARY BOUKIGIIT. AO
Dec 19 . Iy ..49.
A.LL person's^ having any demande aigainst th<
estate of Nancy Bateman, are hereby noti
e.d to present their claims~ duly attested, on oryf
are the 25th day of Decembier, and all tan
lebted are reguestod to-tm up forthwit
WM lLLE7 Ador..
July 20, 1850. .f -' 28
PPLiCA TION willAe made at the next sea
( sril of thetu ire to discontinue as
ublic hlighwa e bbeville- R~nd "from' Joham
hieathap3 ~ 'nning i ara!lel with the Plank Road
i Epf~~e Court Hlouse..
. Aug 27 *. :. 3m 3
SPPL1CA TION will be niade at. the -next Ses
.sioni of thse 'Legislaiture for a renewtil of the
hlarter of the Paslmetto Fire 'Engine.Company.
Aug24i 3m 34A
IPPLICATION will be rrade at the'net sessio?
.of. the Legislnare. for a Cha~rte r for a. nca
ad leading from Danaiel Rountree's, to-interseel
he Augnsta Road at or near Dr. J. H;,Jennsigs.
A ug20 -.......n - 33
A PPLTCA TTON will be madent.the next sessiot
-.of the Legislature for a Chsarter: of incorpo
ation of Ridge Spring Baptist Chuirch.
-A ug 27 3m . 33
APPLICATION will b~made at the next ses
t.sion of' tlio tegislature "for an' amendment o
he Chtarter of thi Hamburg & 'Edgenidla Planl
A ug 12 . -3m ' 31
APPLICATION- will be mnnde to the Leisha
tI ure at its neat Session to remove thu thur
ouse to Cheathamds Store. :9^
LsRvi Hi.L & DARK CoR~ta.
Sept17 3m' ' 3
A LL Persons in anywise indebted to J1. HI
tI. Christian, deed., wvill please make 'it knont
nd settle the same. Those having demandsags
inm pill piease to render them;e accordiin t
GUY BROADWATER, M.
NW ad iup~~,Stps.A o)
0 later Stock,
iti litf o
000 paira Women's low priSed ewd Bettees,
.500 pairs'*Misses ic Morocco Bootees,. assorted
00~O pal; M iit*eGifsd4 lige
Boo eilpa i ' 'ir~ -951 atal.
P0ipairs Boy' Kip.. B aalities;
5 -" d- -nanlt You f Broganssort
0 a 0 UAL. -
I case. CLARKE ROYAL
Augnusta, Sept 22 tf 97
New Fall Goods,
AS received from New York his Fall and Win
ter supplies of Staple and Fency DR.GOODS,
coprising a completeasertmeotamon whihare
ich FanfDre Silks;oeMrandspendidstyles;
Paris Printed Delainsa, of new and beautiful styles;
Fancy Plaid Merinds, for Ladies' Dresses, at very
low prices T ' . mf.
Lupin's lain Freanh Mednos,pl.popf irable
coLupniffas Wti,'BlTt dil
Superior PIln and hred Blatk.k
Superior Saxony and Patent Flannels
Beavy Shaker, Silk Warp and Welsh'Gauze -Flan
Colored Flannels, for Ladles' Sacks
Heav-y Twilled antd-Plain Red Flannels, for Ser
Superior 4-4-rish Linens and Long Lawns;
Scotch Diapers and Heavy Huckabacks,for Towel
Sueir8-4 and 10-4 Table and Damaslk Diap~ers;
SuperiorFDamask Table Cloths'and Damask Nap
Superior Pillow Case Linens and 12-4Linen Sheet
in -~ .. - t.
Maseilles Quilts, of extra size and qualit7y"
Allendale andLancaster.Quils,.*, tert~Iow-psfes;
French Piano and Table Covers; e /
Acmete'- assortment of Faney Riblbons, for
Trimnn Ladies' Dresses;
Ladle Rich Fancr Neck~and BoinetIdbbarnit
*Ladies' Silk Elastic Belts and Belt Riboes .
Plain Wide And Narrow Black Silk Velvet Ribbos
Wide Black-Silk Velvet,.of exta .quality.. fogLa
Ladies Cashmere, Merino and Silk Vests, of extra
Alexander's Ladies' Kid Gloves, a complete assort
A large supply of Ladies', Misses, Children's, Gen
tlemen's and.Youth's Hosiery ;
Black Silk Frnges, for Timming Ladies' Dresses;
Valencilennes and Thread Lace Edging. and Insert
-. ies'aEmbroidered and Hem-Stitched Linen Cam
Sbric Handkerchiefs; -
Ladies' Embroidered Muslin Collars and Under
Infants' Embroidered Waists, and Muslin Bands;
Swiss and Jackonet Muslin Edging and Insertings;
Ladies' Corded Skirts and French Corsets
12-4 Bleached.Allendale and Hamilton Sheeting.;
Water Twist and New York Boille 4-4 Bleehed
UdiSir Sing Eatcs;t ndSf tibooi
Ln dale and Manchester 4-4 Bleeched Skirting.;
English and American Swansdown Flannels;
Ladies' Plain Black Thibet Wool Shawls, with Silk
Fringe, and extra size and quality;
t Ladies' French and Scotch Long and Squre Shawl
.of beautiful styles
l adies' ChenilleKand Glroche Scarf.;
A complete assortment .o articles for ServantI
- wear.; -- 4
With a great variety of other articles sillable for
the present season. The public are respectfully re'
questditocalland examine the g aaortment n - -.
AuusaOt.1.tf .-: .38m
- ~W JLLIAM SHgAll -..:,.
JAS just received from New York, -....,,
H .English Velvet CARPE'I'Srof new auisplendid'
pat tern.; -.
English Brussels CARPETS, of new and elegant
n styles ; .- - e -
C Superior Three-Ply, Ingrain and Venetian CAR
g PETS; - ' - -
| Rich Chenille NJGS, to ,natch tl e'Carp
Printed DRUGGETTS. forCrumb 4,'
Printed FLOOR CLOTHS, in patterns;
Brass Stair RODS and.CheniHe;DO.0BeMA~
Hall and Door MATS, in a variety of Stes.
The public arc respectfully invited to examine the
Augusta,'Oct. . i 38
H AS received from New York a large supply of .
LiCurtain mlaterials, among ia hich are
Colored Damasks and Delaines, of beautiful styles;
Cords and Tassels, with Gimps to match ;
Rich Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains, some
at very low prices; ;
Cornices and Curtain Ban'ds;
Window~ Shades, of new and beautiful styl .ome
at low prics.
The public are. pspectfully. invie 9amis.lbe
assortment. - f
Augiusta, Oct. 1.
their stock of Sheet. Mnslo 'ad
uiaIntrsnments, g Rom, fGeos,
.beg leave to return, -to the citizens, of Systk. Care
lna, their sincere thanks for- the liberal patronage ~
inAugs wi we
ed low ~rttes. Thaose wanting .Planosly .will
gt-eatly to their advntag'fwriet'tta -rD
rant to please in p'rices- and-qualtyefinstruments.
- .2 ' Orders onkiiqulii -addbesedo us atAngus
ta or Rome, Geo., wvill inset with prompt attention.
or A. A. CLAK-4 K
1)ENJAUHN &GOOl)t iU ost
J)posits Lamnbaek & Co~r, rqetd
nounce to theif..frietdsmire dbik,t4hf
- now ireceivimg daily a choice and wells1ed
BUR EAUS,- BooK-CASES-.SOFAS, CHAIS,
-TETE-A.-TETES, CENTRE TABLES, BED
STEAD)S, WINDOW.SHADES, ,o.at dhe is.
test aill most fas'hionable deslgns, which thtey gwiaan
tee to sell as low as'ean be bought in tlls' city, and
int6if all who wish to purchase, to call pa ndeznne
.Mattresses and all kinds of Turniture, manufac
turva and repaired to order, with neatnesmi and dis.
patch.-. . BENJAhIIN & GOODRICH.
Eugusta, April 23, tf .15
K0Bonnet and Don16t Ribons,
JUST opened by E. PENN, Ait, a beautiful
J assortment of jadiesaadl.Ms Bonnets of
the newest styles and patterus. -Ales abhadseino
nasortmenat of Bonnet Roucher end BonnetTrimings
A LL Persons estate *0 Jtm.
mae.iumeeke riiina toef d
inmd giB ~ K ila s havmg a
--h ass~ Buggy~raksand Peehat k