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Bland & Butler's !
E have received during the past and present
week, a LARGE and MAGNIFICENT
3TO0C'EE" Off G r OI&,
Adapted to the present and approaching season, to
which we invite the attention of the trading com
munity. The Ladies are respectfully solicited be
fore making their purchases to call and examine our
DRESS GOODS, MANTI.LA , &c.,
Which comprises the latest varieties in style and
design, having been selected by our Mr. BUTLER
from the choicest Stocks of the New York and
other Northern markets, and will be sold for
Small Profits. Among the
May be found Rich Black Flounced Silk ROBES;
Rich Colored Founced ROBES;
Rich Fancy Plaid and Cheney SILKS;
" Plaid and Striped Foulard dv
" Black and Colored Brocade do
Plain Gro DeRhine and Gro DeNaple Silks;
Plain Black SILKS. of various qualities ;
Rich Embroidered Barego Flounced ROBES;
Rich Organdie and Jaconet do do
" " " MUSLINS;
" French Printed Cambricks and Brilliants;
Plain and Figured SAVONS;
Printed and Plain CH A LLI ES, of all colors ;
" " BAREGES, " "
" Challie ROBES:
Black and Colored MARETZE ;
<< '" BAREGES;
Canton Cloths. Alpaceas and Bonibazines;
English and French CRAPES;
Black and Colored GRENADIES;
Cruvelli SILKS and Plain LUSTR ES;
Scotch and American GINGIIAMS;
French, English and American PRINTS;
Silk and Lace MANTILLAS;
Barege and Muslin SCARFS;
Black Chantilla SHAWLS and :MAN TILLAS;
Silk and Lace TALMAS;
White Cactus, Cord and Crown SKIRTS ;
Patent Steel Spring and Skeleton do
Mlarseiles and Crinoline do
Of EMBROIDERIES we have a large and mag
Real Lace SETTS ;
Brack and White Crape SETTS ;
French worked Muslin COLLARS and Sleeves;
Embroidered, Hemstiehed and Corded IIAND
Muslin BANDS. in areat varieties ;
Plan, Plaid and Striped Swiss t1 USLINS;
Linen COLLARS and SLREVES in setts;
Ladies and Misses Silk and Cotton ROSE ;
" 1" Silk and Kid G LOVES;
" " Buck and Kid Gauntlets;
"c " Black Lace MITTS;
Dress TRIMINGS, Lining SILKS, &c.;
French and Rail Road CORSETTS ;
And last, though not least a superb assortment
of what the Ladies term " PERFECT LOVES OF
BONNETS," fur Ladies and Misses.
We have a nice lot of Linens, Bleached and Brown
Sheetings. Pillow Casings, Table lamnasks,
Napkins, Towelings, &c.
FOR THE FARMERS,
We have a complete assol tnent of Plain and Striped
Osnaburgs, Marlboro Stripes and Plaid", Cot
tonades and Linen Drills for men and boys wear.
HATS, SHOES, BOOTS, &c.
gW The community are respeettully invited to
inspect our Goods and' priecs. We feel confident
that we can-at least we mean to try to-please
every taste. BLAND & BUTLER.
Edgefield. A pril 1 tf 12
CHEAP CASH STORE!!
WILLIAMI H. CRANE, Augusta, Ga.
H [AS just received a lairge and splendidl Stock of
L SPRING GOODS, which he .fers en
his usual low termis fur CA SH. Tho -e who' wish
to buy Goods low, will do well to examiine his Stock,
where they will at all times find Goods at thme lowet
UASH PRICE, among them are
Rich ltarege andal uslin R OBES. atll quailities:
New Desittn Rich Sattin Strip. Printed iternge;
Rich laid, Striped and I'lain Silkst
Plain Blnek Lustring and Gro DeRhine Silks ;
Rich Embroidered Flounced D~resses ;
Fine French .laconets and1 Organdlie lus'ins ;
Ne.v Style. Ginghams and Prints, ve-ry eeip;
Handsomne Printed Lawns and Muslins, at l26;
New Styles Whalebmene and Emibroide~red Skirts ;
Fine Emnbroidered Collars and Sleeves to meatehi;
New Styles Mlantillas, all qualities and prie s:
White Embroidered ajnd Plain Crape Shiawls;
Rich Ribbons and riimmitngs or vaijouj$ kinids:
A ll kinds of IDress Goods in M uslins and Jaaecnts;
Farmers Satin Linen Con;tinies and D~rillngs;
All kinds of Goods suitable fur Mens' ande Youths'
Diapers. Bledtiek, Denims, H~osiery and Gleoves:;
= Bleached and Brown Sheetings an-I lhirtigs.
and a great variety of* other Gcods usually kept ini
a Retail Dry Goods Store.I
Ategusta, A pril 1 1857 St 12
TheState of South Carolina,
e CuicosA Woon, Mar. 25. 1857.
To the Managers of Election for the Election
District of Edgejield, Greeting :
WH EREAS, the seat in the House of Repre
sentatives of the United States for the
Fourth Congressionial Dit'-riet of thme stale aferosnid,
hais lately become vacant by the death oef the H~on.I
PRESTaJN S. BROOKS. Andl, Whereas, by
the Law of Ste Sta'e of South Carolina. it is pro
videdl that an election shamll be ordered by the Gov
ernor, for the purpose of tilling the vacancy thius
occasioned, for thie remainder of the termi for which
the membtr so dying was ch~eted to serve. ;
Now, there'oi e, you an~d each of you, are hereby
required,. after due adveertisemient. aend wvith siri-,t
're-gardi ter all thme provisions or the Constitution and
Laws of thme said Statte, touchinic your duty in such
easP. to hold an election for ai member oif the Ilemuse
of iteresetatives of the t'iied Sta-es ier lie
Fourth C(.gressinal )isetrict, tin serve foar the re
im inder mof the te-rm foer whtinh the sa:dl PR KbTON
s. i~tu KS w eleeted tea serve. The poells to
h.. ep~.:nede at the various p'.aces erelett'oneet within
the saili Dist rict on thet lFlRSTI MN D.\ I Y in
M A Y N E N I' anid the day feediewing. by the vari
Laus Pelts ori .ilaneagers tier nll those lalces respe
tivelv. Thme M-anag~-e for all the. p'aei-s o! tleettn
atore.aid to met at ldg. lie~ed Ceourt 1 lemuse mmn thme
Wedlnesdiay r..llowin(, ceuint the vote s andme traeeoneit
the satme 'ferthwithi t. the Geevernor ..t Ceelumbia
Thlis writ, t..ge-iher with your return of the elee-e
timen to be held uneder it, have you before the Ex
eeutive of the State at Culumbhia ithout delayv.
Witness, his l':eelletiey, OSSET -. * L
sTiON. .Geuverier ued Comnm~nider in Chlief of
South Camremlnma, this twenity-lilth da re.ilarch
in time sear if maur Lord '-ue thomusanid eihet liun
dred and tilty~seven. and in thae eighity-tmrst yeair
of thme seevereigtiy and indm. peniden~ce of the
United States of A tie, leti.
ROUT. F. W. ArELSTON.
April 1 _ _ _ _ _ t l
W L L IA M SIIE A R ,
A UG6 l'TA. C ECilGA.
H 1AS$ ust received frum New-Yeak a large sup
other styles of fe 7iind b feet Wiuadow Shades,
of rich and eeant patteils, u hieh lie will a.11 at
very low prices.
\ lairge supPly of Embroidered [EOce ande Muslimn
CURTAINS and CURPAIN MAT ERIALS.
with GIMPS and CORDS and TAISSELS to
,th. -A L-"
A O r~e sup~ply of CORNICES ande CURTAIN
B.-1 NDS. eaf new anud beant fl td stIes, te till oef
whiceh the attention of the publie is respeectfully in
.~ Auuu-t1, Aperil I 1857 tf 1
PhysicianS' Buggy Trunlks and Pocket
M EDJCIN E CASg~S-for sale by
A. Ge & T. J. TEAGUEC, Druggists.
May N' f
For the Spring and Summer of 1837.
B C. BRYAN, at the Brick Store, ever
e on the alert for the pleasure and comfort of
his many kind and generous customers and friends,
has just returned from Charleston with a large and
general assortment of MAGNIFICENT DRY
GOODS, which have been selected with great care
as to quality, and he flatters himself with much taste
as to the style and beauty of his Goods, and which
are well adapted to the
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE!
Confident oT rendering satisfaction to all who may
favor him with their patronage, he urgently requests
the Ladies and Gentlemen of Edgefield to give his
Stock an examination and judge for themselves.
Among the many beautiful articles in his
Ladies' Dress Goods Departuent,
-May be. found
Fancy and Plain Black SILKS ;
Plain and Figured BAREGES;
Crape DePA RIS. Black and Colored ;
Solid BRILLIANTS, White, Green, Pink, &c.;
Printed .aconet and Organdie 1uslins :
Jaeonet, Swiss, Nansook and Mull Muslins;
Fine French, Scotch and English Ginghams ;
English and American Prints:
White and colored Stella SIIAWLS ;
A fine Lot of MANTILLAS and TALi1AS;
Dress TRIMMINGS, FRINGES, &e., in great
variety and new styles ;
I-ONNETS and Bonnet RIBBONS, which for
beauty are without comparison ;
White. Rope, Crown and Cruvelli SKIRTS ;
Parasols, Fans, &c., &c., &c.
-A L S 0
Just opened and for sale cheap a giood stock of
iRtussia, Scotch and Iluokaback Diapers and Tow
Irish Linen and Linen Lawns, very cheap;
Brown and Bleach Table I )anasks;
Bleached anl Brown Shirtings and Sheetings;
Osnaburgs and Stripes, lied Ticking
Plaids. Checks, Jeans, Linen Drills, &c., &c.
A fine lo t Leghorn, Panama and Straw.
Boots and Shoes,
Men's, Ladies, Misses and Children.
-roceries, Hardware and Crockery,
&e., &c., &c.
IIT Goods sold very low for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
April 1. tf 12
CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE.
SPRING TRADE, 1857,
B ROO & NORRELL, Avans'', GA.
are now in receipt of their new Stock of
pring and Summer DRY GOODS, comprising
t:l of the latest styles of the season in LA DIES'
)RESS GOODS. EM BROIDERIES.&c., togeth
*r with it most complete assortment of STAPLE
ND DOMESTIC GOODS, to which they re
p."etfully solicit attention:
Plain Hlack amd Fancy Dress Silks :
Rich Faulard, Barege and Muslin Robes;
Plain and Printed Jaconets, Cambries, Brilliants
uid Lawns ;
French Printed Mus!ins, Organdtes, and Lawns;
Plain Chal:ies and Printed Chally D'Laines;
Printed Linen Lawns, for Ladies' Dresses;
Chatubrays, Ginghams and Prints;
I'lain Debegts and )ebege Robes, for Traveling
Mourning Gosds, in good assortment;
Cambri:s, .1aconets, Nlulls, Nainsooks, Plain,
triped and Checked ;
l'Inin and IDotted Swiss
White and Cola.red Tarlatans;
Cambrie Dimnities, India Twills, and White Bri1
White Grampe Shawls; Stelha Shawls:
Emabr..ideries, a very large assortmnt;
Ilosiery,. a large assortment of every descripion ;
\lexander's Kidl Gloves ;
Sak Mlitts. Long and Short ;
niess Tr iminogs, Whlaalebones, Long and Short;
krts and Nkirtings ;
Fans. aof all kinds;
P'naali, hirnie :assortmient ;
L-idies' Umabrell s;
Sunaner Clo:hs, Cassinmeres, Drmap D'Etes. Pant
inetsj )nrdlinga. Coatings, Couottna-les, aundc many
hmler Goods tior th'ents a:i.1 Hoys.
Irish Liietas. T1able D amaasks, Damask Talel
lth<l, Nap.k us, D)oylies, Tiowelsm, Ilukaaksm,
rasha, &e , & e;
Linen ;and CGoti--n Shieet'ngs, 10-4,1i1-4, 12-4;
P'ilow I inens :and Cottomns;
Enighashi 1.'ng t.:laths;
iereahed iad 11mrown Sheretinags. a v'ery great va
iety oat makes;
Ta'ce ther with a large assortamenat of Goods for
Aug~usta, Apr;l11i57 f 12
SK IlRS! SKIRTS!
BROO3I & NORIREL L, A coes-rA, G a.
h3aave just rec'eived, MOI I Al IL 51< ltTS
Paat. nt \' ha.hoaa. ( aesUs SKl!lTS ;
II.usa's lPata'i: Whmuabne "
Crown Goranaaationa'ua Whalebtane "
" Lsattier , a
"& " Steel Sping "'
White and Slate Col'd Cluvelli "
Colare'd antd Plaidead a"
Rich Embaraidaered "
Crass C LO T HS, far .'-titinmg
L AIPET T.
WHALEBO.NE, Round andl Flat.
Augusta, Alatil 1 1657 tf' 12
B ROOM & NORRELL, AraGes-ra, GA.. have
receivaed a hanadsome assortment of STEL
A SfA WLS, of all colors and qualithts, to whech
hev would uavite attention.
Augusta, April 1 l.57 tf 12
Iasonic Female Collegiate
rp' IE Trustcesofr this INSTITUTION deasirous
.Uaf1 placinag it upon sa permanetnt bauis and of
xtending its beniefits, p~ropose to sell SCIIOLA R
ShIPS upon the rolowing pilant:i
wety' Years in te Literary Department, $ 150,00
'iften " " it " 125,00
et ''' "t "i S,00
ix *a " t t 50,001
Any paersan p.urchaasing a Scholnarship for a nuam
er of years less thain twenty will be permitted to
ise it at any tme during twenty years.
D). WV. Mc'CA NTS, 1-sq., a worthy brother and
gentleman of thle hightest re~epeetsability, is oar,
ent for the sal' aof thme above, and is authorized
aa receive dataions. Cunihilently re~lying upion the
.berlity oaf ourn Orader and an inte'ligent public.i
e coaaunnen hima andi his omission to their conhi
. nee andt suppoacrt.
J. K. VANCE, P. B. T.
Mar 241 tf 11i
Ladies Spring MYantillas,
-A caus-ra, G a.
II AS just received frtomu New Yamk, a latrgaesup
.ply taf L~taits' Spring anad Suaainner MAN
IL LAS, emabracing a greait variety aof new uad
agant styles, and which will be so:d at very low
The piublic are resp.ctfully regniestedJ to a x~anine
Augusta , .lanreb 24 1857 tf 1
WARLICK'S PATENT PLOWa
' 1' IE Stua er:her resmpectfully c'alma thae atttentiaan
jaif PIantars tao the WAlLI.ICK P'l.OW. (if
which he hats the .\ceney fair this District. TIhey
aaa so imph-i in thecir construction that any m.c-arni af
aidinary capawi~v enan be easily tau-:ht toa stock
thema. It is sa arranged that the dlepth eaf furreow
aun ele'va:iaan aof hiale's is entirely undear the Con
trl aof tihe palwain: and the ease' with wvhicha
every variety aof pa int or shsare cain be attacheda to
the St'.ck, ads greatly tam its vsalue.
L. S. JOlN SON, A or..T
Edgelgla'd C. II., MIar 18 tf It)
MILL NOTICE !
OiN DOlN, Sr.. respeactfutlly gives notice taa
e h's eustioers thaat on atnd after the first avi ef
A pr1iman'xt, lhe canot gritid fort anyi one faor less than
the 1-lGJ hhl I , iiste'ad af the Tenth as heretoifare.
All piersum, due hint, either by noate or ne.aunt,
re nttiied tam maakt'eaa ainent by the 1st A pril next,
otherwi.e their noutes atnd acoutst wvill be placed
in the hands of 'an Officer for collection.
u 4t 8
NEW- SPRING-&.- SUMMER
PENN, Agct, is daily receiving from
. New York and Cliarltston, his Stuck of
Goods for the Spring and Summer trade.
LADIES DRESS GOODS.
Among his Dress Goods nay be found a varied and
magnificient assortment of
Bareges, Challies, Rich Barege Robes,
Rich Plain and Figured Silks. Printed Organdies,
Printed Jaconets, Beautiful Brilliants,
Manchester, Scotch and Domestic Ginghams,
A fine stock of Stella Shawls, Scarfs, Mantillas.
Hoop sad Embroidered Skirts, &c., &c.
English and American Prints.
A large and unusually handsome assortment of
English and American Prints, of every style, price
A very desirable Stock of all kinds of White
Goods, consisting in part of
Plain Cheeks and Striped Swiss,
Jaconet and Nansook Muslins,
Swiss and Jaconet Trimmings and Bands,
Muslin and Lace Collars, Undersleeves and Setts
for Ladies, Misses and Children.
Of every description, and at very reasonable prices.
Bonnets, Ribbons and Trimmings.
A superb assortment of the latest, neatest and most
fashionable Bonnets, together with a unique selec
tion of the most bewitching Bonnet Ribbons and
Flowers that has ever been opened in this Town.
Also, Ladies' Dress Trimmings, selected with
the greatest care in regard to taste and quality.
Gloves and Hosiery.
A very large and choice supply just received and
opened for inspection.
Parasols and Fans
Of the most improved and convenient styles-some
of them rich and rare, and all beautiful.
Shoes! Shoes !
The attention of customers is invited to examine
ny stock of Shoes, which will be found large and
esirable, and at prices that will give entire satis
Hats, Caps, Groceries, Crockery,
And a great variety of useful and ornamental arti
fes not necessary to enumerate.
g The public ate respectfully invited to call
and examine my stock.
E. PENN, Agent.
Mlar 25 tf 11
NEW SPRING GOODS,
A tGUsTA, GEnatA.
AS just received from New York, a large
supply of Spring Goods, of new and beauti
ful styles, among which are
Ladies' Printed BEREGE and GRENADINE
[OBES. of splendid styles;
French Printed Jaconet ROBES, and Plain
White and Black CR A PE DE PA RIS:
Paris Print-d OIG AN DIES and JACONETS,
of new and elegant styles;
Plain Crape M AR ETZ and BEREGES, of beau
Lupin's 1'ain Colored CITA LLIES, of very fine
Fancy SILKS, for Ladies' Spring and Summer
.upin's DEBEGE, for Ladies' Travelling Dres
Printed .IACONETS, and Jaconet ROBES, for
Mourning. of new styles:
Plain Black BE REG E, Crape M ARETZ, and
Fretnch L A W?NS, for ftull Maournaing Dressesa:
PIaint ButY, G;reen, link andi llue FRENCII
Faney G1NGHIAlls anal English PRINTS, of
[Ladies' Emubroidiered Muslin COLLA RS, some
t very low~ prices:
Latdias' Embtr,,idlered Muslint COLLARnS and
UNDERSl.EE~VES, in setts;
Ladies' plsain Linit CO L LARS and LCNlDER
SiL EEV ES. ini setts;
Ladies' aaourtnng COLL.\RS and UNDER
tLEEV ES. ini s'es;
Atlexanader'sa Lsadir s' Kid G LOVES, a caamplete
Lt-ii,-'s Kid atnd Buck Gaiuntlet GILOV E;
A full ass artmaent of Lailies' English and Getrtrmni
[108E. ,of the best make;
A full asaortmient oif Misses' and Childrens'
Genattam:en's and Youth's Cotton Ilalf I10S E,
of the best make:
Superior 4-1 Iriah LiNENS and L.\WNS:
Suplerin~r b-4 ad 10.4 Table attd Damaask I)IA
supi. ruor D)iamatsk Taa' C LOT IS atnd D amat~sk
Frinaged andu Phitn Unekatback TOWVELS, willh
Whlite M~arsailles QUILT~S some oif extra size
Liapin's'heavy I tlack 1!OMB.-\7.IN ES, far Gen
t!een'~ts Summter wear ;
Lupina's Fretnch D)R.\P DE'ETE fori Gemlik
me's Siunma<.r wanr:
A large aissortamenat of Fainey DRILLINC;S and
other articles sustable loar Gentlemtetn's and Youth's
Plain Frereli NANEINETTS, warranted fast
colors, lfar Uaay's Claothing:
Checked atndt Plain CO.\TING, for Centlemen
White .BlWILL.\NTES. for Laadies' Mnrntin.
Dresses, at very low prices;
lAdies' Coronatiaon ands Cruvelli Steel Spring.
andis Whalebone SKIRTS, of the miost apaproved
*With a greatt variety of other articles. suitable fair
the present season, anid to all of which the atten
tiont of the public is respectfully invited.
Augusta, March 24 1857 tf 41
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
T WILL attend at the timies and places herein
after specilied to collect the State anid I istrict
Tax for thie year cotmmencinag the first day of Octo
Ri adsn's Mnlay, 30th March.
H erhng's Store, Tuesday, 31st 4
rs. Nairris' Wed nesday. 1st A pril.
Mrs. Rinteheart's, Thursday, 2d "
Perry's X Roads. Friday, 3.d "
Colema,:n et Smith's S. Satut day, 4th "
Cuopersville, Monday, 6ith "
lL.NI. Seurry's, Tuesday. 7th "
Dorn's Alills, Same evening. 3 o'clocek.
Stevens' Store, Wednesdlay, 8th "
Shatterield, Th'lursay, 9th "
Librty I illi, Friday, 1thlt
Strm's Stiare, Satttrdaiy, 11 ilh "
Pileasatnt Lante, Sanme evening. 3 a'clock.
Ceathamti's Store, Minaday, 3th "
Howard's, Tluesday, 14th "
White Hoi~use, Wedttesdasy, 1 5th "
Red [lill, lTursdaty, 16th "
Collier's. Fr'iday, 1 ith"
ocky Pods, Saturday, 1 8th 4
Mrs. Alid.Il-tan's, namie evetning, 3 a'clock.
Wightmasn S.'llou-e, Maandaiy, 20uth
A. Moargan, ~ Tuesday, 21st"
Cherakee Piands, Weadit slay, 22d1 "
llah~lurg, 'IThursay, 2ad "
I tcaich Isltad, Friay. 24th at
Graitieville, ~ saturdaty, 25th "
Hatcher's, Mianday, 27th "
I vrnd's, Tuesdlay, 2$th "
ige, W"aedne'sdaiy. 29th '4
D~r. .lohtn Nabh-y's, Thatrs'day, 3(4~h "i
l)r. .1.C. Ileady's Fri.layv, 1st Maly.
rs. Allens, Saiturdaiy 2nd"
Editefieldl (. 11., Moinaday anal TIuesdauy, 4th and 5it
.Jaltn S Snayly's Staire. Waednemsdaty. Gilt May.
After which lttme mny Books will close for thte pres
gg Tax Payeis will bear ini intd that they are
requiredl by law to make a returnt of each white
mae air femiale born,, married or died, in their
respective families durinag thec year ending 1st Jasn
usary 1857, and the ntumtbar of blacks wha have
beni bortn ar died durinag the same period-anid comne
prepred to furnish me thtecorr. et return..
THIEOPIllLUS DEAN, -r cS.D.
Mar 18 8t 10
A LL persons having demands against the Es.
tate of Elijah l.angley. dee'd. arec requested to
prsn hmto the utdersigned properaly attested
on ort before the 10th day of A pril 'next, or their
said claims will be excludled.
TIIEO DORE FISHER,.;
HJEZEKIAH BURNETT. -Adtn'rs.
J.t 15, in 3at a
H AS received an entirely New and Fashionable
St'.ck of Spring D Goods, which
he offers at the lowest possibl ices. Among his
Stock are to be found the follow a nrticles, viz:
Colored and plain Iress SILKS;
Fsu lard "
GRENADINES and CHALLIES;
TA MAR TINES, a new article for dresses;
Plain and figured BAREGES;
Fig'r'd Lawn, Jaeonet and Organdie MUSLINS;
' " . " Mouniag "
Jaconet and Organdi ROBES;
IUarege and Tis..no "
Ginghamas atd CALICOES;
White and Colored BRILLIANTS;
e Pique CLOTHS;
Ladies' Pique BASQUES;
" Emb'd "
Boys' Pique JACKETS;.
Dotted Swiss MUSLINS;
Checked and Striped Jaconet MUSLINS;
Swiss and Nanssook "
Plain Jaeoanet, Swiss and Mull "
Striped and Plain Indian Twilled LONGCLOTH;
Ilair Corde Jaconet MUSLINS;
Berlin Corded CAMBRICS;
Lace and Embr'd Collars and SLEEVES, sep
erate and in setts;
Mourning Collars and SLEEVES, separate and
in setts ;
Tape bor'd. Hemstieched-and 'Embr'd HAND
Mourning Hemst'ehed and Embr'd HAND
Infants' Embr'd Waists and DRESSES;
Hoop and Embr'd SKIRTS, for Ladies and
Eugenic Cord, d SKIRTS;
Shirtings, Sheetings and lrish LINENS;
Planters' and Fancy LINENS, for Boys and
A splendid assortment of HOSIERY;
Alexander's Kid and Silk GLOVES;
Marseilles and Lancaster QUILTS;
Also,a splendid assortment of Stella SHAWLS;
ae .e .. o - " SCARFS;
Black and Colored 314NTILLAS;
PARASOLS, FANS, &c.
T, which is added Mrs. Beney's beautiful supply
of Alillinery Goods.
Augusta, March 24 1857 tf 11
Are now receiving an unusually large Stock of
Spring and SimNer Clothing
'hey will keep at good supply for the trade. Also
a fine and varied assortment for BOYS and CIlIL
DR EN, at their Store under the Augusta Ilotel,
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Feb 24 2m 7
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
ROOM & NORRELL, Auaguta. Ga.,
are now opening their Stock of .N EW GOO.)S
SPRING AND SUMMER,
omprisin the usual varieties in DO.\l EiSTIC and
FANCY A RICLES, aogether with the latest and
mst fashionable styles of
DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
o whsich thmey wouhi incite attenmti.
Augusta, Ga.I., rh4 ' t 8
T H OS. P. S T OVA LL A- CO0.
A UGUsTA, GA'.
'~ EEP constantly on hand a full supply o'f BA
SCON, FLO U li, &c.., whaich they a ill tell at
e .\ltrket price --in la-ge quatties onaly.
A ugusta, Feb 94. 3am .
DAW SON k SKINNER,
FINE TEAS, WINES, UIQUORS, &C.
-Imaprivi s or
HTA VA NA S E A RS,
-Eivery descriptio'n of
Cenastantly ona hand, l. and all for samle. .n goodl termls.
A ugusia. Fah I8 3m 6
BOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS.
AT WH1OI.ESALE AND RETAIL.
flE F Su'wer'iber, tha~akful for thse liheral patron
Inge whlich he hats receiva l fromia his Ehaleliehl
Iriedis, wisheas :anziaa to anmnounce tant he is naow
opeig~ a V'1ThY S LWPF1lU l Stocek of
ADIES AND GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES
f every desription, e lhieh will be sol at a smtal
nlvane on CoCt.
Tec Goodls are all FR ESIH and (.-A REFULL Y
iSELECTE!D, lay mayself paersonaally tand I hope
o he able to satisfy every one, for thai trouble oaf
anaining any stoc'k.
Te Goods must be soJ~d by thec 1st .July at Whaole
sale or Retail.
OITEasa.-Retail, Ca'sh. Wlholesale, time with
117 One price system strictly dd/ecred to.
U~m'-r thec U. S. Ibote.
A ugusta, Ga , Mar 2, . f S
I CE N OT IC E.
[)ERSONS wishainag ICE can be served (Stan
L days excepte,1) bey applyina at 1;rs. Tengue's
rug Store, or at may Hlorness Shoap.
It isa asmalil business. anid WNONE W ILL
e ELIV ER II) UN LESS the amonaey IS SENT1.
Contracts will be matade by thae seasoan.
Machl 4 tf 8
WE have' on hand and for sale cheap--less
than half the original cost-a flr.st rtet lot
if CIASES, of all sizes, and as good as necw.
Taety pair of C ASES, with a few JOB CASES,
1l it good e. ndition.
Also, alot of Brass GALLEYS, Slice andl Plain
wood GA LLEYS, Comp~osinag STICKS, STANDS,
a No. 1 ROL LERL MOUL D, &c.. all of whaicha are
o saleaarkablchapa. A pply at this ofile.
Cotton Gins and ThrashersI
L lneswhot wish to) procure COTTrON
GPNS and TilR ASIIERS of the best per
formance, and nande of the best amaterinls, can be I
huplied by applying to the subscriber, either per
otally or by letter.
All whio favor mea with their custom are pleased,
and those who apply to inc haereafter, shall have
tao cause to comaplaina if I shaall be as successaful inm
my efforts as. I have been heretofore. A ddress,
TIllOS. I'. CH APM AN,
Coleman's X Roads, Edgfelield Dist., S. C.
Marh 11 tf '9
Brushes, Brushes !
[N Store a fine vatriety of Paint, Varnish, Grain
I. ng Blenders, Tianners, Whitewash, Crumb,
D~ustng and llair Urushmes and Comabs-Flesh
Brushes and Hair Gloves---btil, Tootha and Shaving
Brushes, &c. For saile by
A. G. & T. J. TEA GUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
T UOaE wishinag FiN E FISHI, inspected and
..packed where they are enaught, of all sizes snd
numbers call on 8. ]. BOWERS, Agent.
a.-d.... -r... 6t 1am7 tf sle
r BE Subscriber is now CLOSING the old bu
siness or J. F. BURCIIARD & Co, and offers
Creat Inducements to Cash Buyers,
To make their purchases from him.
The Stock is LARGE nnd WILL be sold.
SAMIUEL J. BOYCE.
Augusta, March 16, 1857.
A. RANSOM would be happy to see
I. " his Friends at the old Stand of J. F. Boa
CHARD & Co, now S. S. BOYCE, and assures
them that he can save them
Twenty-Five per Cent.,
On their Spring and Summer purchases. The
Stock is equal tQ any in. Augusta, and is to be
SOLD REGARDLESS OF PRICES, to wind up the old
Augusta, March 16. 3m* 10
SPECIAL ANNUNCEMIENT I
W E WO(ULD inform the citizens of Edgefield
and the adjoining DIistracts that our con
stantly increasing business has compelled our re
noval from " 3 BROAD STREET," to the mag
ient and spacious BROWNSTONE BIUI L)ING,
9 $3.O.AI3 SBT2L32T.
The accommodations and arrangements of this
NEW DEPOT." are unsurpassed by any similar
stablisliment in the United States ; and whilst it
vill alford facilities for keeping our usual LARGE
CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, &C.,
We nl-o propose adding large largely to our present
TOCK of ST ATION ERY :A nd those in want of
LEDGERSTOURNALS, CASH BOOKS,
ETER, NOTE AND CAP PA PElt, &c., &c.
'ili find it to their advantacs to visit us..
S. G. COURTENAY & Co.,
Bookselters nnd Stationers,
o"Sign of the YNe Boy."
Charleston. Dec 16 6im 49
)ctagon Burial Cases!
311IE Subiscriber keep' constantly otn hand a good
Ivariety of this new style of .\IETALIC BU
1AL CASES, or* beautiful torm, and finishied in
eret. resetimlancte of high'y polishedi ROSE
IV000I. Thze'e CASIES are now extensively usedl
md possess muany vahinable advantages over all
otliius ntow before the pubjlic.
J01hN M. WITT.
Edgeliel, Feb 9 Gm 5
NOTIOE OF CO-PARlTNERSHIIP.
Til LUnder~egnea have as
Ssociated themselve.s to- '
tetetr, under te rn:imne
s.Til & .IONIEd. for thme
urpse ol enr ing ott the
Joach i(aking and Repairing Business
ni nll its various branbes. 'i hety e'xyciet to keep
onstnttly on hand a1 Cood assortmtent o''
ARIAES, BUGGIES, ROCKA WAYS, &C,
-O. the latest stylieq --
g~ All -s'rtsof 1i EPAlltIN G done itn the best
tnunner, un. withi dhe greatest dispatcht.
A liberal share or patrontage is respi eifulily suli
ited. F. L. KSlITh,
L E WI .0 N ES.
Egeih-!d. Feb 20),18.. if - 7
Boot and Shoe M~anufactory.
T IE Sujbscrtiher haine ospenied a B OO
AND S 110O E MANUFACT4JRY'
,psit.(te the I'ost Offie, re-spectrully announces to
the citizens of F Lt field \'illaite antud Distriet, that
s hie pre~pare'd to make to ordier any article in the
Boot and Shoe Business !
Inaving the best workmen ini the District in hiis em
lssment and being~ a pirnetientl workmant hiimself
he feels w.arr anted ini saying that his work will be
iin. in the neatest undl latest styles.
lIe hats also on hand1 a hItre Stock of~ line PU.\I?
CI.El) anid line W~ E LT ED nud' DOt' Ilt E Solhed
1OOT1S . A1.,.. stock of- Ccentene.n no tindas'
SI IOES-mull of his own n.anufasture-whichi lie
will Inell for en'.h. KI10L\ cVY
N.1.-A Ne;;ro boy wanttedl to learn die Boot
nd Shoe tramde.I
Feb 4 if 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN C'OMIION PL EAS.
Joel Curry, )
vs Foreign Altacaent.
jIls Plaintitl' ini the ab..ve atied case having
this day u:es) liI.eelaraition itn my Onfice, und
ihie Derendn'tt hnving uneither wife. nor Attorn~ey
known to reside wtiti the limiits of thmis State, onl
huom esarics of said declaration with rules to plead
ain lie served, On motion of Messrs. CAanOLL &
BACON, luinttiflfs Attorney, Orde~red that said De
endaat ;Ipre:r ianid p'ends to said iee'.rtionl withtina
a year andl a day from,, the date hereof, or final antd
absle judgmtenat will lbe given ag~ainst hdi.
TIJOS. G. IBACON, c.c.e D.
Sept 22, 1556. ' ly 37
T OLLED before me as an Estray by A. J. Me
Catty, living two miles i'ronm Perry's Cross
Rods, otne large B AY IIOR.SE. about fifteen htands
high, bellotvsed, with a small white star in the fore
head, white speck in the right eye, right four knee
enlrged, supposed to be atbout titteen years old.
A pprased at Thirmy-five Dollars.
JAMES PERRY, M. E. D.
January 24 185 74tmi 4
-- Pot Ash.
L. PENN. Agent, has just received a sup
kA.ply ofPOT ASil, put up in tin cans, with
full directions for maiking soft and hard soap.
Jan 21 tf 2
Ad iitr o' Not ice.
ALL~ personts having demands against the Es
tate~ of Sarah Gregoiry, dee'd. are requested to
rendr i thir ceouts roprlyattested without
dey, and those indebted must make payment at
an early date. lain determined to mnkent finaliset
tlement in a shor t time.
Fel'. 4 W3m . 4
CANDIDATES? . ,
U? We are authorized by thefriends of Gen. M. -
L. BONHAM, to announce him as a Candidate
for the U. S. House of Representatives, to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the-death of Hon. P.B.a
; The Friends of H. R. SPANN, Esq., re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for a seat
in the U. S. House of Representatives to All the
vacancy occasioned by the death of Hon. PasTox
S. BaRoxa. T
5' We are authorized by the friends of Co!. G
A. G. SUMMER, of Newberry, to announce him
as a Candidate for a seat in the U. S. House of
Representatives to fill the vacancy occasioned by
the death of lion. P. S. BROoxS.
The friends of Co. WM. QUATTLEBUM res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff S,
of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
87 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sheriff f Edgefield District. A
6T Ti Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE th
respectfully announce him as a Candidaft for Sheriff
Af Edgefield District at the next election.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, res- V
eetfully announce him as a candidate for Serif;
of Edgefield District, at the ensuing election.
The many friends of W. W. SALE, Esq., of
Hamburg, in the upper part of the District, respeet- fo
fully announce him as a candidate for Sherif of
Edgefield District at the next election.
17 Tne Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN -
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the next election. J
. - .I
W Tu. Friends of Maj. JOHN C. LOVE- C
LESS respectfully announce him as a Candidate for fol
Tax Collector of Edgefield District at the ensuing to
election. * se
0?The friends of STARLING TURNER, Cl
nounce him a candidate for Tax Collector at the
ensuing election. Vs
07 The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect- h
fully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Collec- n
or of Edgefield at the next electikn.
gW The l riends of Capt. E. W. HORN, re
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the ensuing elec
07 The Friends of Mr. CHARLES CARTER
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the next election
U5 The Friends of Mr. CIAS. M. MAY, res- C
peetfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Cul- lo
ector of Edgefield District at the next election.
T HE Subscriber has opened an of
Office immediately in rear of ot
he Court House, where he will at- I)
tend to any business pertaining to his Profession.
Allen's Patent Teeth, Curvilinear Gum and Block
Single Teeth to Entire Setts,
Put up in a style to please the most fastidious.
Dentists wishing teeth put up on Allen's Patent,
can have it done by sending in their Plates at very 6
.Dentists' Gold and Silver Plate, Gold Silver and -
Platina Wire, round, hair round andl cilindrical
ade to order. H. PARKER. a
N. B.-A settlement alwa3 s at the completion of
Jluly 30 tf 29
TO THE AFFLICTED, -
DRU. TH AY ER, Honeaopathic Plhysiian, 8ar
Lgeon, and Accoucheur, late of Philadelphia,
nw located No 217, Broad Street. A ugusta, Ga.
Particular attention paid to the treatment of Sn
hronic diseases. Visits made at a distanee on the
most reaseonable terms. Please address, G
II. R. TIIAYER, M. D.
Al I 2tf Augusta Ga
Docks, Watches and Jewelry e
1) OBERT LISENBEE. takes this occa- ril
IL sion to inform the citizens of Edge-field Village 19
ad the surrounding~ vicinity. that lhe is now pro- ab
arede to acco~mmmeiaite all who nmay entrust their a
rrk to him, on the most reasonable terms. an
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, kc., I
eft with hinm will be properly anid neatly rep~airedl.
mdi warranted to work well.
gg lie mayv be round at the res'denee of Mrs.
Jdinsr. adj.'ihing the A dvertis:r Office, where he
resectfully solicits ni share of pubelic patronage. -
.un 21 -- te 2
Cass Co-unty Lands
FOR SA LE.
M~lOST1 valuable p'antaltion lyinog on the We s-I
Ltern & Atlantie Ibail Reqad, embracing the
nudes upeo whicht the~ Casvil!e 'i need-Station is loeni- Ir
ed nt.I only two ant1 a hall miles fromi Casse-ille.
nd within two, mtile< of the Chierekee Haptist Col- ha
e.. utnd the tiethiodiue' Female Coll.-ge.
' his traet contains 700 Acres, of which only
100i aeres are in cultivation, the rest being heavit
iibereed aind so coniveniient toe the Woo~d-Station', ba
hnt every stiek of timeber cnn be readily converted
nit money. The improvemeints cotnsists of a conm
furtable Dwelling, a good Gin llouse and all other F.
it ouses, &c. iof
There are (en this tract about 40 ncre*s of very fine St
edow land, half of which is set in Herds Grass. ti
This land is capable of peroducing aebout 1000 lbs.
'f Cotton, 20i bushels of Wheat or 40 bushtels ef oef
Cern. Thei surplus timber cia the tracet when sold, to
will mcore thn repany the purchase money. Any
ptrson wishing to purchase the ab~ove tract are re
cted to J- II- MIMS.
Feb. 1l1857 Smn 4 -
urkey Creek Land for Sale.
1l1E Sttbscribier wishes to sell his tract of land
on Turkey Creek, (known as Bland's Quarter,) ,
:ontaiinig SEVENTEEN 1[UNDRtED ACRES.
I will ride over the place with any3 pecrson dest
ents of purchasing, so that they may judge of its
There is a small new Ilotuse upon the place, with A
il necessary out buildings, good well of water, &c.
Tet ins accommnodating- an
Feb. 18 1857 tf 6
Land for Sale.
1' lIE subscriber offers for sale a Tract of Land in
Edge-held Distriet, lying on Cuffree Town
Creek, in the vicinity of Liberty 1lill, and containingj
Six Hundred (600) Acres. ,li
It is of Oak and I lickory growth, ad as tine farm- m
ing lnid as any in the District. Indeed it is exira th
Fine or Cotton, as all who know it toust atnd will tid- wi
it. Near FOURI l1UNDRE'D ACRES or the
Tract is in woods. The land in cultivation is in good -
heart. The place is well watered, having upon it a
Iaating spring. rTe buildings opon the plnce are
ol3 tolerable, but the land makes amends for all.
Those desiring to purchase the place, had beterj
ulecide quick, as thne subscriber is just nowv anxtoas m
to sell. J ULIUS BANKS. th
Dc. 9, 1856, tf 48 Ita
LL Persons indebted to the Estate of James
S. Shadrack, dee'dI., are earnestly requested -
to mtke immediate payment, ande those having de
mands agaitnst the said Estate will render themt in
roprly attested. II. BURNETT, Ad'ers
T. M. FISHE~R.5
t1:l f 9 I
A Great M~edicine.
B LISS' eelebrated DYSPEPTIC REMEDY.
Read that long advertisement on another col
umn. For sale by
DRS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE.
Nov 4tf 43 ..
I WILL not fill any order after this date, to Town
Aor Country, without the Cash enclosed, as I sell -
Good. for a small prolit, andt I am not authorized to
sell Goods on the shortest time.
- -S. E. .BOWESS~, Agent.
ITr..rkFeb. t 1's7 tf ' 5
'ME u 1seiheil Iiei uteeel~e asa opened f)
L LARGE and FRESH Stock of
Groceries, Confectionary, &ce,
hich have been ordered wits eae,' and will be
Id as low as can be afforded. His .Stoek consists
Sugar, Gefee, Tea, molasses, Rie,
COLEMAN'S BEST FLOUR,
Mackerel, Cheese, Macareni,
TOBACCO AND SEGARS, FINE BRANDS,
gether with a full supply of every article- in the )
rocery line. In the .1
Candy and Confectionary Departmnt,
ay-be found an excellent assortment of Caadie '
Fruits, Raisins, Pigs, Prunes, Dates, Citron,
Nuts of all kinds, Brandied and Preserved
Fruits, Pickles in abundance, Spices -
of all description, Soda, Starch,
Soap, Candles, &o., &c. -
agar, Wine, Sodaand Butter Buiseults k C
Fresh Salmon, Sardines. Clams and Lobsters,
Cod Fish, Dried Beef, Beef Tongue, &c.
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS.
ways on hand a splendid assortment, which Ia
gard to quality and flavor, cannot be excelled in
e two States.
CHAMPAIGNE WINES, OF ALL KINDS,
Byass' best Porter. t
hiskey, Brandy, Gin, Rum, &c.,
Of every price and quality.
But the Subscriber deems it. unnecessary to en.
rate further, as he flatters himself that he hap in
ore as complete a Stock of Goods as is usually
md in a well conducted Grocery Store.
r Give me a trial and be convinced.
Mar 4 - 3t- 8
Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias to me
3 directed, I will proceed to sell at Edgefield
urt House. on the first Monday in April next, the'
lowing property in the following ases., to wit.:
W. P. Butler and others vs. A. Perrin, One lot of
nd in the Villare of Edgefleld, containing two
res, more or let', bounded by lands of Mrs. Me
intock.James Sheppard and the Cambridge Load,
reid upon as the property of A. Perrin.
James Patton vs. Jesse Shumpert; other Plalntils
The Same, One Tract of Lind containing two
mred and thirty-one arews, more or less, adjoin
lands of Wm. Bouknight, J. W. Shumpert and
Steedman & Mims vs. Malaehi-C aurn; Other
sintiffr vs. The Same, One Tract of Land,eontahl-.
two hundred acres, more or less,adjoining lands
Deriok Holsenbake, John Myers and others.
Terms Cash. JAM ES EIDSON, s.C.D.
March 6 1857 4to 9
}Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facins to me
3 direeted I will proceed to sell at Edgefield
H., on the firsat Monday in April next, the fol
ring property in-the following cases, to wit:
Wyatt Holmes vs. P. P. Deolittle, P. D. Thur
>nd and Robert Jennings; Other Plaintiffs vs
to Same, One Negro woman Liz and one horse.
Also, on Thursday, the 9th April, at the residence
P. P. Doolittle, a Stack of Cattle, flogs, and
her articles, levied upon as the property of the
efedant, P. P. Doolittle.
JAs. EIDSON, u.s.a.
March 16, 2t 10
Y Virtue of sundry writi of Fleri Faclas to
me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge
Id C. H., on the first Monday and Tuesday id
pril next, the followingproperty in the following
e, to wit:
Stevens & Rountree vs. Pickiens F. Ilamilton, one -
gro woman by the name oT 0fl'ey, and two horses.
Terms of siile, Cash.
JAS. EIDSON, sxa.
March 21 1857 Ste 1l
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
rah C. Cunningham, Applicant, ~
-Is - Petiiew-for -.:..
,ore C. Cunninghanm anudother. fPFrtition.
T appearing to my satisfrcetion that Nancy Cun
nighum, Sr., Samuel Warson and wife Louisa,
wvbon Cunningham, Ilenry Cunningham, Rehee
Cunningham, Mary Cunningham, Stella Cu.-*
igham, Drnton Cunninuham, Anna unningham,
ny Cunninughamn, Tillman Brown and wife Fln
a, Robert Parris, Margaret H. Parris, William 8.
rris and Sally Paris, minors, Defendants in the
ve stated case, reside beyond the limits of this.
ite, It is therefore'ordered that they do appear
object to the division or sale of the Real Es
e of Robert F. Cunningham, dec'd., on or before
8th day 1sf June next, or their consent to the
ie will be entered of reord.
W. F. DUJRISOE, o. a. a.
Mar 16, 1957. 3m 1t)
ILL be -old on Monday the 13th day .of
April next, in the Town of Hamburg, at
en u'clock, A. Ml., the following nzuned piroper
to wit :
Tke triekt House and Tot on Centre Street, be
Spart osf Lot No. 1-23, having 31 feet front and
ning back 300 teet to Cook $treet.
One Iouse and ist on Market Street No'. 74,
ving 32 feet on Market Street, and running back
U feet to Mercer Street.
One House aud Lot on Market Street, No. 58,-.
tailning 47 feet on Market Street, and running
sk 200 feet to Mereer Street,
er vacant Lots known in the plan of the Town
Hamburg as numbers 274, 275, 276. and 277.
1sd as the proaperty of Bensjamnin F. Gowdy, dee'd.
- the benfit of the heirs and creditors.
Tea-One third cnsh, the balance on a credit
six and twelve me. sthss, with interest from date,
be secured by mom tgage.
Purchaers to pay fom papers.
ItOBE~RT McDONALD, Acting Ex'or,
Hamburg, March 24 1857 3t I1
Y an order from WV. F. Durisoe, Esq., Ordi
nry of Edgefieldl District, I shall psroceed to
I a the Plasntatiun of the late Preston S. Brook.,
Le'd , on Friday the 3d A pril next, a part of the
rua~l Esitate of said deensed, consisting of
2,000 Bunshels of Corn,
large Stock of Cattle and Hogs, &c., &c.
Tas-For all sums under $20 cash-over that
mount oni a credit until the 25th December l858,
th interest fromo day of- sale.
J. P. CARROLL, Adm'or.
lar23, 1857. 2t . 11
LL Persns indebted to the Subscribet either
by note or meotnut, fronm 1853, are notified
tt they msust make arrangemernts to settle with
prior to the first Monday in April next. After
t mime they weill be necessarily compellkd tosettle
h my Attorney. JOH N L EIGH.
Mar 25 2t .-1
-Notice this, Also.
ERSONS indebte~d to the late firm of Leigh &
Tucker,.are required to make pronmpt pay
at by the firt Monday in April next, otherwIse
ir notes and and accounts will be placed in the'
nda of an Officer for collection.
. JOHN LEIGII,
I. T UCKER.
Mar 25 . t 11
EinE creditors of RI. P. Harrison, are hereby
Knotified that I will meet them at Edgefield C.
.on the first Mondayof A pril next, to naske an
hibit of my transactions as Assignee.
CHAS. M. FREEMAN, Assignee.
March 25 1857 tf 11 --
LL Persons having claims against the Estate
ofcBen. Corley, dec'd., will render them In
ithot delay, and those Indebted 'must make
yient forthwith. B. CORTBY1 AdW'r.
Feb 9 8m --
FEW Bbl. of aohoice variety for Slntisg~.
jtrecev y. .. '. . .:... - *9t.'g