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g-Em.RZNr . SUbWE3MMU
CL O T H U O 'u
JOHN COLGAN takes pleasure in announ
cing to his friends and patrons, that he has
just retur. ed from New York with a LARGE and
COMPLETE assortment of
Which were selected from the Best Establishments,
and with great care as to style and quality. This
Stock of Goods was purchased on good terms and
are for sale Very Logw for Cash, or to puno
I have also on hanil a magnificent Stock of the
finest and most fashionable CLOTHS. CASSI- t
IER ES. VERTINGS, &e, which I am prepared
to cut and make up in a style that certainly will give
67 An examination of my stock is respectfully
solicited before trading elsewhere. Bargains will
be offered. Try me: JOHN COLGAN.
April 22 tf 15
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY !
CHRISTIE & HURLBERT.
T HE Subscribers offer ror sale at the old stand
of R. H. Sullivan, a CHOICE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
And all other articles in their line. They have
made arrangements to keep their House supplied i:
with the BFT ARTICLES, from the BEST I
Factories in the United States, which they will t
sell LOW FOR CASH, or for good paper on
short time. -
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES of every des
cription will be furnished to order on short notice.
A. HURLBERT. t
April 22 tf 15
THE RISING SUN,
PUBLtSHED WEEKLY BY
THOMAS P. SLIDER,
THOS. P. SMER, JAS. X. CROSSON.
TER5:-The " Sunt " will be published every
Wednesday, at Two D..llars per aniiunt, in advance.
RATES oF ADVERTTI.sU:-Advertisements in
serted at the rates of Sixty-five cents per square
of Thirteen lines or less, and Five cents for each
additional line, for the first inset tion, and Thirty- ri
five cents per square for each stbsequenitt insertion. (_
Advertisements not having the required nutnber M
of insertions n'arked on them, will be continued A
until ordered out, and charged accordingly.
Mewberry, April 22 1857 tf 15
CHARLESTON, April 1:, 1857. 4
GENERAL ORDERS, NO. 7.
III. NELSON having been duly elected and
Z.. commuissionted Major Genera' of the 3d Di- I
vis on; A. al. SMITH having been duly elected
and conmmissioned Major General of the ht. Di
vision: E. B. C. CASH having been duiy elected
and commissioned Major General of the 4th Di
vision, they wvill be obeyed and respected accord-la
ingly. Bly order of the Connnanader-in-Ch:ef.
R, G. M. DUNOVANT,
Adjutant and Inspector Gen~eral.
April 22 1857 tL1
FIRST DI~ISION, S. C. MIlLITIAi. E
ORDER, NO -
FjHIE following named persor.s have been ap
Ipointed and commisoned moemblers it the I
DIVISION STAFF with their respe.ctice ranks,
and will be obeyed and respected accordingly:
W. L. CAu~noUS-Division A djutant General ith a
the rank or Colonel.
S. E EarL.E--Division Inspector General with .j
the rank of Lieut Colhnel.
SAMrcL Mat s-Division Quarter Alaster with
the rank or Major. G
W. .IoEL t.Srr-Diision Paty Musteri with the
rank of itlajor.
JAxES A. 1)oZtEa-Divisionl Aid-de-Camp with A
the ranek of Major
Wx. TA-rzx-Division Aid-de- Camp with the
rank of Major.i
Jons T. Lvosc-Divi.ion Aid-de-Camap with the.
rank of Major. A. M. S.\ITih,
Snaj. Gen. 1st Division, S. C. M. d
April 18 It 15
Georgia Sarsaparilla Compound,
FOR DISEASES OF TilE LIVER AND TOt
PURIFY TllE BLOOD.
T IS is the beet pre.paration of Sarsapnrilla that
1.is made. All of its ingredients grow in E~dge
field Distriet, and is better adapted to thte dieases
in Edgefleldl District than any of the Northern -
preparations of the kind.
In Liver Complaints or Bihliousness it removes
unnatural yellow tinge about the eyes and uponJ
the skin, and improves the health and spirits.
In cases of Blotehes, Pimples, &c., it removes ta
the biotches and g:-eatly improves the comnplexion }
As a diet drink it keeps the lUowels free and the 41
Blood pure. t1
It has such a tetndency to prevent sickness that '
every planter in Edaneteld District wvotld sav*e
mneny by mauking~ free use of it in their families
and on their plantations.
From Rlev. .L. A. PORTER. who lives among us,
and is well known in this Village.
EnGEF:ELD, S. C., Feb 9th, 1857.
DR. DEN~s.--Dear Sir: Your Sarsaparilla Com-n.
pound . r A lter..liv.- h~ d a ver linec eil'eet, botih
upon nmy wife iad little boy-w bienever it was given .
as a laxative. &e , it never fatded. I give it ade
c'idedl pr. ference ove a I oth. r pis satd mendacineI
I have ever used for thamt purpose.
I remain ve ry resp,.-ettully, Younrs, &c..
.JuhiN A. i'ORTERt
I,>. Chl:il h .titon, S. 4. : Gen-. .lIut Es .ioss-s. Cor
unssi.-ner ofr New stt I tunse, Columb~ia, S. C:
.lons C.ALuwt.:-., Lig Pr. sidenat of the S. C Pa'l
Foraa s:le in this Vilage, hby D r. A. 0. &
T. .1. T Ee n:. 3
A pril 22 3115
Excellent Woo dland,
NEAR El (;EIEli>,.11., S. C.
O~N M.ON lA Y, 4th of .\ay nrxt. at1 Ed~getical
C. 11., will be oil'ered in el A L.L LO' ,t-it*
at public outcry. the Subscriber's
TRACT OF' LAND).
Near Edig. lield C. i1. The Tract joins Ltad of
B. .J. Youngb'ood. M. Frazi~r andi others.
TERaes--dor notes hearing legal mit. rest firom dasy
of sale, and with approved secur ity. Credit until
25th D~ee. of the pares-ni year.
C. hIR UCE W A LEER.
By an order in Equity, fifty acres of the ahee
land will be sold by the Commnissioner and titlesa
made accordingly. A. NellNS, c.E.E U.
A pril 22 1657. 2 .
Horn's Creek Beat Company
YOU ar ereby commanded to be and
appeara Edgefield C. II., on the
first saturday in May next. armed and
equippees the law directs for IDrill andI
By order of
Capt. E. M. SWEARINGEN.
h$U an o 15
Js Ks HORA & 0,
J. M. NEWBY & CO.,
NHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c,
. n oon.
-- AND -
For Men and Boys.
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES
qow Ready, and embracing every VARIETY,
TYLE and EXTENT. This Stoek will be found
o be unsurpassed if equalled in any market South.
Iaving paid strict attention to the manufacture of
ur Goods, we are prepared to offer our friends and
he pnblic in general GOOD CLOTHES and at
We have aleo on hand a beautiful stock of CASSI
61ERES, CLOTHS and V.STINGS of every
trade and pattern, which will be cut and made up
o order in the most approved style, at the shortest
totice, and warranted to fit or no sale.
W Call and see for yourselves, at the old stand
>f J. M.Newhy & Co., under the UJ. S. Hotel.
A uousta. A ptil 15 tf 14
Dancing School ?
I AVING been solicited by a number of my
friends to return to Edgefield, I take pleasure
a announcing to the Ladies and Gentlemen of
Cdgefield Village and vicinity, that I will resume
he duties ot my protession fur ONE COURSE
ore, at the Odd Fellows' and Masonie hIall, com
ncing on Wednesday the 22d April, at 3 o'clock,
. MI., and on Saturday at 10 o'cluck, A. Al., and
o'cluck, P. M.
I would also say to my old patrons that I will
aach the beautiful! French and Serious Family
uadrilles, as well as a number of other new and
cautiful Dances. J. W. BIGGS.
April 15 2t 14
PLUMB & LEITNER,
PHE attention of the publie is invited to our
.Stuck of CHOICE UNADULTERATED
)rugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils Glass,
nd all other articl- s in our line. We feel assured
'at no hlouse in the So-uth can otler a S-oek supe
or to ours in genuineness and purity. All our
lfie:nal preparatiens are made in strict acordance
ith the otrmnularies of the U. S. Pharmnaeopia.
-ith the Iest, materials. and by the proper weights
nd meastes. Our Stock of
IENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
full, and we have unequalled arranenitwts fur
peting additional supplits at the shortest no'tice.
Feeling contident that we can furn-sh our cus
mirs wi-h the Best Articie, on reasonable
rms. we tespecetfully solicit iorlers, and pledge
urselves to till them with fidelity and despatch.
PLUM & l.EITNER.
Late D. B. Plan t- Co.
Augusta, Ga.. A pril 13, 141n1 14
Glennfield Patent Starch!
[1 EI Manufaturer of this STARChI retilivettul
lv invites cotiparison with any other in the
lart: anl he rests assured that Laundresses.
oiusekeepsrs and otherrgiving it a f.dr trial, will
d that it stands umn iva'led fo'r
CHEAPNESS, STRENGTH, AND PURITY OF COLOR.
: tissed altogether in the Rbsynil Laundry ot he*r
lajsty the Queen of England, and has been
warded several P'r;ze Premiums at ditireent Ex-I
ibitions.-and it always give satisfa.ctiont wl~erever
sed. Try it ! A . RA \lSEY.
A ptil 15 If 141
List of Letters,
[i R~AlANlNG in the Pist Otliee at Edgefield
.C. 11., (In l et A pril 1857. Persons enlling for
,tters in this list will please say, "A dvertised "
.iss L. Ahbue. R. . Aldrich, 2, A. W. Asbell.
S. Ilrown. C. 1-rowni, .1. R. Urymt, 2, .\iss Ml
urton. Lliss N. Boddi, .1. Baughmman, Ji. A.
laik, Mliss NI. I :leulso, .1. I1. Brown.
Mirs. S. R. Cal, nan. .1. .1. Caldwell. A G. Cray
in, I. TI. Clii k, TI. E. Chapimn, F. V. Cooper,
Is. E. Clemt.
Dr. .1. A . Deyuore, W. WV. David, B. B1. Drake, 3,I
.Dexter. TV. ihieai, .v. Dorn.
A. Er~win, W. K. Early,. .. Euherte.
W. Glover. J B. Gardner. 3, A. 1). Getlove. A.
skitins. S. Ws. Garidner, T. Geormntn, 2.
). lienbiek, Mirs. A. P. Ir win.
r. W. .Jone~s, -.,.J. .he'ton, W. B. .Jones, A.
. .aons, 2. W m. -Jetmn ags, NIl's. N1. -lincs.
,n, W. 11. l.Im d1. 4. .1. l.anhamn. :3, S. Landiey.
N1 s S. lays. .i. 11..\lcee. W. Ah-reharit, W.
lobrly, D). AleConnick, .1.' 3eriwvether, . 1.NI
en ir, .1. P. M1. on, .1. .I. Manthews, J1. '1. .\Ld
eletn. Miiss F. Mhiller, Mlrs. A. Meilleges.
.. P. Nixon, A. Nicolsoti.
rs. V. Pitts, E. Perry, d. T. Petty, B. Petry,
V. Perry, -1. Pementar.
.. Ridge.ll, W, Ready, W. TRambo, WV. Reitnhart,
[. B. Robeonm, .1. Rlambo, P. S. Rtutledde.
hiss E. Seg". S. C. Stromn, E. Smith, A. Sharp.
mn, W. Salter, Dr. W. Smith, M1iss E. Stciihm.
Tutt & Pelletier.
N. R. Waters, 2, Mirs. J1. Webb, W. T. Wash,~
Pr. E. T. Willimuos. Mrs. S. Walton, F. L. Winn.
A. RAMSEY, P. MI.
April 15 et14
To MEanagers of Elections.
URSUANTi to a Writ of Election to them di
L reeted. hiv llis Excellency lobt,. F. W. Al.
,on, the Maniers otf Electioni for Edgefield Dis-<
-ict, will mewet at the several places of Election in
defield District,, on Mlonday and Tuesday, thec
1h and 5tht days of .\by ntext, atnd open a poll for
o Election of a member to C'onges, to till the<
acancy occasioned byv the death of Ion. P. S. 1
ooks; and they will meet at Edgelield Coutrt
[ouse on Wednesday, cotunt the votes, and for
ard the re~tult to the Governor.
P. RI. BLA LOCK, Chairman.
April 22 1857 2t 15
)Y the Subscriber on or aboiut the 9t or 10th
M)Narch, at S.\ALL POCKET BOOK, con-.
ining the following Notes, viz: Onte on .lohna
han Wever, given about the fir t Fe.b. 1656. Ijir
:llt00, hearing interest fromt date, with a credit o.f
4t0, on 5th .hmit 1857--otneon S. B. Griffin, t.iven
7th Nov. 1855, tir $150), hearitig interest frontm
ate, with T. H. I larvv. sturety-nte on .1. I I.
Vilis, ziven about Mlarch I1855, his brother (namne
argouen) surely, fo.r &470t, with a credit of S10(0t
-and one in .1. I). Evans, aiven aboutt Mlarcht.
8.2 for 54410, uithi intetrest from. date, and due I t
osnr e5.l. II. Willis, endorser. Alsom, other
etsn ,r c.+t d.
I her, by forwatrn n'I persotts from traslinig thr anty
i thabv-- n::mred Notes. .ir the ma~ker of said
~ste paving any one but the subiscriber.
R. NI. SCURR~Y.
\ pril 15 St 14
FIRET FIRE ! FIRE !
.H E L PT H E N E ED Y!"
LL 1P-rsons itt anywise ittdebted to the :aub
.scriber are ntow urgently req~u. st.-d to suttle
tp wvithoiut fut thir procrastinationi. N ow, ,nu, i
-ver, is thet timetL I require iassistance. You alt nre
iwat e of my untfoitunate and hti avy losse.s h-.- thte
-eeent tire.'and conseqjuently it is unniecesatry tio
:ty atty bitng in relation: tu tty ticesities. With
y-ur enceouragemett biy patying up' your ittlebted
wesp, I ni ill be ena~bledl toi cottntence husimes.s again.
lherefure, trietnds atnd fellow-citizetis. tush toi the
-ee atnd "' ltichartd wvill be himself againit" in
.a,,vutr. .I. w. wrrT.
A Apil 15 tf 14
LL Persons hiaving deniis agintst the Es.
L tale of Elijilh Latng'sy, dee'al., arte reqjuestedl
reset~t them to the undersigne~d propiterly aittest
el 4.1 or before the l1ith dlay of .\hty next, or thtewr
id laimts will be exceludedl, as a liun se.ttlnemt
vil be made itn the Ordinary's Offien on that day.
TIIlOORE FISilER, Ad'rs.
hysicians5' Buggy Trunks and Pocket
IEDICINE CASES--for sale by
A.G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
For the Spring and Summer of 1857.
B C. BRYAN, at the Brick Store, ever
e on the alert fur the pleasure and comfort of
his many kind and generous customers and friends,
hia just returned from Charleston with a large and
general assortment of MAGNIFICFNT DRY
GOODS. which have been selected with great care
s toquality,and he flatters himself with much taste
as to the style and beauty of his Goods, and which
re well adapted to the
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE!
Donfident of rendering satisfaetion to all who may
ravor him with their patronage, lie urgently requeste
he Ladies and Gentlemen of Edgefield to give his
tock an examination and judge for themselves.
Among the many beautiful articles in his
Ladies' Dress Goods Department,
-May be found
Fancy and Plain Black SILKS ;
Plain and Figured BAREGES;
Crape DePA RIB. Black and Colored
Solid BRILLIANTS, White, Green, Pink, &c.;
Printed Jaeonet and Organdie Muslins.
Jaconet, Swiss, Nansook mnd Mull Muslins;
Fine French. Scotch and English Ginghams;
English and American Prints ;
White and colored Stella SIAWLS;
A fine Lot of MANTILLAS and TA LMAS;
Dress TRIM11INGS, FRINGES, &c., in great
,raiety and new styles;
IO1:0 NETS and Bonnet RIBBONS, which for
>eauty are without comparison ;
White, Rope. Crown and Cruvelli SKIRTS;
Parasols, Fans, &e., &c.. &c.
-A L S 0
Just opened anud for sale cheap a good stock of
Russia. Scotch and uckaback Diapers and Tow
Irish L.inen and Linen Lawns, very cheap;
Breown and Bleach Table Damansks;
Blenelied and Brown Shim ting. and Sheeings;
Osnmburgs and Stripes, lied Ticking ;
Plaids, Checks, Jeans, Linen Drills, &c., &c.
A fine lot Leghorn, Panama and Straw.
Boots and Shoes,
Men's, Ladies, Mlisses and Children.
roceries, Hardware and Crockery,
&c., &c, &c.
0'7 Goods sold very low fur Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
April 1. tr 12
7T REGIMENT, S. C. Ml.
CnAvEs' CaEx, Mar. 31, 1857.
)RDERS, NO -
BY Virtue of an Order from Brig. Gen. Waves.
thi day received, an election will be hld in
he 7th Regiment, S. C NI , on Friday the 15th
lay next, for COLONEL. ti, fill the vncan'y ce
asioned by the re'signation of Col. HIARRISON.
By order of D. L. SI AW,
Lieut. Col. 7th Reg't. S. C. M.
April 8 6t 13
7-r REGIMENT. S C M.
CHAvEs' CaEric, April 2, 1857.
Y Virtue of an order from Briv. Gen. W mvEa.
an election will be in Ime Upper Batalion.
mI Regnimnt. S. C. M.. on Friday. the 115th MaIy
ext, for IA.ldOR ol' s-id Ba-sttaliuen. to fill that
Rive ree tly declared vanamt by the resignation
f Mlaj. LOvELKFS.
1ly order of 1. L. ST A W,
Lieut. Col. 7th Reg't. S. C* M.
April 8 tit 13
17'0U are hereby csommaneled to be and appear
.1at IT. WI I.LING, on, Saturday the 25th
t pril, at 10 t'clock, A. NI.. properly euipped and
Irepared lhr drill and inistrucetion.
hy oirder om A. D. BATES, Capt.
JAS. A . D)ozmen, O. S.
A pril 8 St 13
10-rn R EGIM\ENT. S. C. M.
Miisa Canxx, Apr 4. 1857.
>RDERS. NO -
P lIE LOWER IB \TTA LION eef this Regri
Smient will massemible at 6IT. WILLING, on
aurday, the 25th A pril, arimed and equipped as
he law directs.
Te' Uper lBattalion, will assemmble at R. MI
CUnltY 'S, omn Sn'nrany, the 2nd Mlay, armed
nd equiippe'd as the law directs
The Comimissiotneds aind non-Caimisosoned 0rn
-rs will nssembhle the day prmevious for d~rill an:I
Iiutl. Coel. JT P. litras and Mlaj. A. 11. DEANs
re harg'-d with thn' e'xtension uI this order to
beir respietiv'e commiiiiands.
Mlesirs. NI eCuetrnFK & Tr'nseai will pslease attend
s Chief .\lusiciani.. By erder of
5 J1. WATSON,
Col. 10th lIegimnent, S. C. M!.
. II. Wnrre. A dj 't. 1
Aptril 8 t.1
(TiLL lie . o'd on Alonday the 13th day of
i A prl ext, in :he Thown of' Ilamburmg. at
een o'clock, A. Ml., the following namedl prope
t', to it :
Tke Brick House and Lot on Centre Street, lit'
ne a paert of Lot No. l123, having 3i feet front andl
unning back 3110 feet to Cook Street.
One lsouse and Lot on Market Strect No. 74,
mving 32 feet on Mlarket Street, and running back
it fe'et tee Ntereer Street.
One I house andI Lot on Mlarket Street. No. 58,
ontaining 47 feet on Mlarket Street, and running
ack 200) feet to Mleree-r Stre'et,
ure~i vac'ant Lots known in the plan of the Town
f Hamburg as numbe'rs 274,. 275, 27G and 277.
told as the proeperty of Biemnmin F Gowdy, dee'd.
ur the benlit of the heirs andi cre linrs.
Taa~s-Onethird enshl, the balance on a credit
f six and twelve' mionthis, with intere'st from date,
o be secured by mortg.ige.
Purhasers to piay for papter's.
RIOISERT NalDON ALD, Acting Ex'or.
llambrg, Match 24 1857 St i1
B Y 'irtue of sundry writs of Fiei'i Facias to moe
dimected, I will proceed toe sell at Edgtefielhd
ourt hlouse, on the first M'eonday in Mlay next, the
il~owing property in the Idlowin'. eases, to wit:
.ae's Sheppard vs. All-n Franklin. Other plain
livs. Th'le suite, one Tr''et of Land contaeining
wo thousend Acres, mno'e or less, adjoininir Isnds
if .lame's .Jones. K. z'ah Swe-arengin aiid oilher.
James Sheppard, br.. v's. Tte Edgelield and Clieat
mmni Plank Road, Satmtus I B oks vs. the same, and
thers ; Isaac hioles vs. The Edgeef'ield amid Cheat
n Plank Rtoad. ITe I 'lnk Road levied uposn is
ebut eleven miles in length. AIsoe, two Planik
I'Tomuas G. Lamiar vs W'ih-'y t. Clover and EU'z
eb th Clark, One N~egro msatn Stun.
Temms ('ash .IA M E IEIDSON, s.s ii.
A pril S 1857 4te I 4
B Y V'irtue of sunidry wvrits of Fieri Faeias toe
tme dir'e eted, I will proee'd to sell att Edee
ied C. II.. on the Iiirst Nluindamy in 31ay next, the
reioinitg property in the following case, to wit:
M. WV. Clary vs Elizabeth Turner, A Tract oft
I.annd ontonsting one hutndred aerie, mosre or less.
idjing lands ofJohne Mtck, Cadaway Clark anid
Tr'ms of sale', Ca-li.
J AS. ETDSON, 5.E.
Alr 8, 185 7 4 1
Biteof an Order fiomi Wit. I. Durisoe,
EY~., rinary I will proceed to sell at ihe
la ite re-idle mn'e of Iturlus I lolkey, dee'd., on MON
\Y, thme :!0th Apiril, A finme Stock of Horses,
Mules, Cnttle, llogsn,Shteep, &ce. A lot of Wagonts
end Carts, &c.
TO hll .-Ont the~ same day I will hire for the
bahmeteof il-e year Four or Five valuable Ser
van sttsae.dmed and youmng.
Terms nenade known omi dayi of sale.
AANDA M. IIOLLEtY, Adm'x.
A pril 4, 2te 14
Soda and Sarsaparilla Water,
J UST received a litne lot of SOD)A W ATER in
Bottles-n invigorating and excellent sring
ans summner beverage. A pply to
A .n rtif 14
NEW SPRING GOODS,
Bland & Butler's!
W E have received during the past and preent
week, a LARGE and MAGNIFICENT
ITOC'EE OF orOO'DO,
Adapted to the prtsent 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, X TANTI AS, .&c.,
Which comprises the latest varieties in style and
design, having been selected by our Mr. BUTLER
troin the choicest Stocks (if the New York and
other Northern markets, and will be sold for
Small Profits. Amone the
May be found Rieh Black Flounced Silk ROBES;
ItIch Coloted Flounced ROBES;
Rich Fancy Plaid and Cheney SILKS;
Plaid and Striped Foulard do
" Black and Colored Brocade do
Plain Gro DeRhina and Gro leNaple Silks;
Plain Black SILKS. of various qualities:
Rich Kibroidered Barege Flounced ROBES;
Rich Organdie and Jaeonet do do
" " " MUSLIN.t
" French Printed Cambricks and Brilliants;
Plain and Fiwured SAVONS;
Printed and Plain CHALLIES, of all colors;
S 1" BAREGES, "
" Challie ROBES;
Black and Colored MARRTZE;
6 " BAREGES;
Canton Cloths. Alpaceas uind iombazines;
English and French CRAPES;
Black and Colored GRENAIDI ES;
Cruvelli SILKS and Plain LUSTRCES;
Scotch and %merican GINGHEAMS:
French. English and American PRINTS;
Silk and Lice MANTII.LAS;
Barege and Muslin SCALFS;
Black Chantilla SIAWLS and MANTILLAS;
Silk and Lace TALMAS;
W hite Cactus, Cord an Crown SKIRTS ;
Patent Steel Spring and Skeleton do
Mtarseiles and Crinoline do
Of EMBROIDERIES we have a large and mag
Real Lace SETTS;
Black and White Crape SETTS;
French worked Muslin COLL ARS and Sleeves;
Embroidered, Ilemstiehed and Corded Il.ND
Muslin BAN 1S, in great varieties;
Plan, Plaid and Str.ped Swiss %I USLINS;
Linen COLLARS and SLEEVES in setts;
Ladies and-Misses Silk and Cotton I OSE;
" Silk and Kid GLOVESt
" Buck and Kid Gauntlets;
a" Black Lace M ITTS:
Diess TRIM INGS, Liing SlI.KS, &c.;
French and Rail Road C l17SETTS;
And h.t; though not least a superb assortment
of what the L.adies term " PPER FE.T LOVES OF
IUONNETS," fur Ladiesand Misses.
We have a nice lot of Linens, Bieached and Brown
Sheetings. Pillow Casings, Table Damasks
Napkins, Towelings, &c.
FOR THE FARMERS,
We have a c(IiiIlete asoitnent of ln atd Striped
0-naburge, %larlboto Stripes and Pl~ids, Cot
tonades and Linen Drill- for men and boys wear.
HATS, SHOES, BOOTS, &c.
E- The emmiunity are re.-peftfully invited to
inspect our Goods and pricrs. We feel confident
that we can-at least we mean to try to-please
every ta-te. BLAND & BU'TLER.
E-igefield, April 1 tf 12
NEW SPRING & SUMMIER
EPENN, A genat, is damily receiving from
mmewYrk amid Charliston, his Stock of
Goods for the Spiring and Summner trade.
L.ADIES DRESS GOODS,
A mong his l~ress Go..ts muny be found a variedan
nagniicienat assiartmzent of
Bareces, Chiallos, ltiaeh Barege Robes,
Rich Phtin and Firured Silks. Printed Organdies,
Printed .laronets, Beautiiul Briliants,
Manchester, Sco ch and I)omnestie Ginghsanis,
A tine stuck or Ste'lai Shawls, Scarfs, Miantillas.
llooap sad Emobroilere dl Skirts, &c., &c.
English and American Prints,
A large and unusually handome assertment of
Eglishi andi A merican Prints, of every style, price
A verv desirable Stock of all kinds of White
Ijluoius, conisiiting in part of
P'lan ( heeks und! Striped Swiss,
.1 aeminet ;and Natisooik .\lnselins,
Swiss iand .lae.m'et Timminmes andl lands,
itluslin andi l.ace Collar. Unodersleeves and Setts
tor Ladies, Mi..es amnd Ch leIren,.
Of every description, amid at very reasonamble prices.
Bonnets, Ribbons and Trimmings,
. superbi :iwrtmaent of thie latest, neate-t anmd imost
ashiiimable I ainnmets, tiogethier withi a uniqmue selm
tin of the miost bewitchminig Honnet Rahbbons andl
ipwers thait hanm ever bemen openied mi this~ Tiwn.
AlIso, I .adies' liess Trtoimmgs,. selected with
the greatest e:ire ini regard tom taste anmd quial:ty.
Gloves and Hosiery,
A very larg.' amid ebamiie supplly juast received andl
peemd taor inpaection.
Parasols and Fans
Of the most imp1roved amnd convenim nt styks-sne
of them rich aind rare, nndim all benatifut.
Shoes! Shoes !
The attention of custoimiers is invitedl toa ex~a'ne
my stuck of Shoaes; wh chi will be f..und lare amid
,e'sirable, and at prices that will give entire saitis
Hats, Caps, Groceries, Crockery,
And a great variety of useful and ornametntal arti
ee not necessary to etmenerate.
l'" The public ate respectfully invited to call
and examnine my stock.
El. PENN, A gent.
Mar 25 tf 11
. LIL Persons indebted to me either by Note or
ti Aecouint. are hereby notifled thamt tmy papers
are left in hands of I). P. Self. Esq., foir collectionm,
andi I would say to all who wish to save costs to
call and settle with bix weeks. Timely wvaron.
N. T. SKIN NER.I
A ptil 8 4t 13I
A LL Persons indlebted to the Estate of JTamoes
S. Sh~adlrack, dee'd., are eanesily requested
to mtake immnediate payimett amnd thtose havig de
madsc agamnst the said Estaite will render thmm in
properly attested.1L lIUR N ETT,
T. NI. FISHIER.5
Mar 11 tf
"HAVE YOU ANY CHASE 1"
I F NOT, please bear in mind! that E. PENN,
IA gent. hats just received a fresh lot of Etnglish
I ary ChlEESE-a tine article.
Mar 25 tf 11
IRISHI POTATOES. -
A FEW Blbls. ofa choice variety frPlanting,
just received by E. PENN, Agt.
Mar 25 ,il
O N Mondlay the 13lth inst., between Lotte and
Edgefield C. HI., a comamon size BLACK
PORT MONEY, ersmtaining about $S12,50,-two
5 bills on the Itank of llambhurg, one $1 on one of.
the Augusta baniks, and about $l,50 in silver coin.
It also contaitned a few papers, but none of much
A liberal reward. will be given to the finder, and
any informatiomn concerning said- Port Money. ad
dre-mscd to the subscriber at Lotta' P. 0., will be
thankfully recved.d.. F. SMITH.
A pril 15 2t' 14
L. PEN N, Agent, has just received a sup.
07. ply oPTASH, put up in tin cans, with
full direetions for making soft and hard soap.
Jan 21 If 2
SPRING TRADE 1857
* A UOUSTA, G RoaRA.
H AS received an entirely New and Fashional
Stock of Spring Dry Goods, whi<
he offers at the lowest possible prices. Among I
Stock are to be found the following articles, vIz:
Colored and plain Erests SILKS;
Fosulird " "
GRENADINES and CHALjES;
TA MAR TINES. a new artiele for dresses;
Plain and figured BAREGES;
Fig'r'd Lawn, Jaconet and Organdie MUSIfIN2
" " " " Mourning
Jacmnet and*Organdi ROBES;
Barege and Tissue "
Mourning . 1
Ginghams aund CALICOES;
White and Colored BRILLIANTS;
"6 Pique CLOTHS;
Ladies' Pique BASQUES;
" Emb'd "
Boys' Pique JA CKETS;
Dotted Swiss MUSLINS;
Checked and striped Jaconet MUSLINS;
Swiss and Nanasook
Plain Jaconet. Swiss and Mull "
Bishops' LA WN;
Striped and Plain indian Twilled LONGCLOTA
hair utirde doepner MUSLINS;
Berlin Corded CA MBRICS;
Lace and Enbr'd Collars and SLEEVES, se;
erate and in setts:
Mourning Collars and SLEEVES, separate an
Tape bor'd. Hlemstiched and Enibr'd HAND
Moiurning Heinst ched and Enbr'd HAND
Infants' Emubr'd Waistis and DRESSES;
Hoop and Embr'd SKIRTS, for Ladies an,
Esg-nie Cord, d SKIRTS;
Shirtings, :heetings and Irish LINENS;
Panters' and Fancy LINENS, fur Boys an
A splendid assortment of HOSIERY;
Alexander's Kid and Silk GLO VES;
Marseilles and Lancaster QUILTS;
Also,a splendid assortment of Stella SHAWLS
66 6 6 & i4 1-SCARFS;
Black and Colored1 M.ANTILLAS;
PARASOLS, FANS, &e.
To which is added Mrs. Heney's beautiful suppl;
f Millinery Goods.
Augusta, March 24 1857 tf 11
EMtro~mra MeeAmf sn~a
300TS, SHOES AND BROGANS
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I'[E SuWcriher, thankful for the liberal patron
age which lie las received from his Edgefiel<
riendus. wishes again to announce that he is noi
epening a VERY SUPERIOR Stock of
.ADIES AND GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOEI
f every duescription, m which will be sold at a sma
ivance on Cost.
The Gnoseds are all FRESH and CAREFULL,
9ELECTED, by myself personally; and I hop
be able te satisly every ene, for the trouble <
~aining my stock.
The Geerds must be sold by the 1st July at W~holc
le or Retail.
IL7Taus.-Retaiil, Cash. Wholesale, time wit
a8r One price system strictly adhered to.
HENiRY DA LY,
Under the U. S. Hotel.
A ugusta, Ga , Mar 2, if 8
CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE.
PRING TRADE, 1857
B ROOM & NOR RE LL, AUGusTA, G
are neow in reeipit of the'ir new Stock<
ping and Summ~ner DR Y GOODS, c'omprisin;
I of the laiteset styles or the sea%on in L A I 1E8
)R KSS GOOf)S. EM11lROli EltIKS,&c., togeth
*r witht a most complete assrtment eof STAPLJ
ND DOMESTIC GOODS, to which they re
pe'ctfully solicit attention:
Pain lilnek ande lFancy Dress Silks;
Rih Foeutard, Bare'ge and Mluslin Robes;
P;in aned Printed .Jaieonets, Cambries, Brilliant
French Printed Muslins. Organdies, nd Lawtns
Plaliin Chleies ande' Printedl Chally D)'Laines;
Printed L.inen Lawns, for l..adies' Drtesses;
Cambtrays, Ginghsaiis antd Prints;
Plaitn Debeges aind Debege Robes, fur Travelin;
Aleeuring Goods, in good assertment;
Cambri.-s, J1anotnets, ?1lis, Nainsouks, Plait
~triped andi Chieeked;
l'lin andi 1 ottedl Swiss;
Wite and Cole d Taerlaetans ;
Cambrie liiities, ltnliat Twitls, and White Bril
White Cralee Shiawls t Stella Shaewls;
Ebrieer.tes, ai very latrte assortmcent;
llose-ry, a lairge asrtmnent of every descriptioen
exaneer's Kid Gleoves:
Sk .\litts. Loncg and Short;
h Iress Triioniiings, Wha~lebone's, Long and Shori
Fas. if all kitnds ;
Para.sels. large atssorttment ;
Summer Clo-'hs. C'assimeres, Drap D'Etes, Par
i neis, I illings. Ceoatings, C..ttionades, tand mtan
ithier GJeods tier (Gents an I lioys.
Irish I .iietis, Table ll)amasks, Damttsk Tal
luths, Napijk ins, Dloylies, Teowels, I luckabacki
Linen and Ceitton Sheetings, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
Pilloew Linens atid Cottotis;
Englsh Loang Clethts;
lB eaebed ande Brown Sheetinigs, a very great v:
ity oef makes;
Togetter with a large assortment of Goods fL
A ugusta, A pril 1 157 tf 12
CHEAP CASH STORE!!
WILLIAMY II. CRANE, Augusta, 0:1
AS j.t receivced a larre and splendid Stock
SPRING GOODS, which lhe oft's e
ie u-mual low terms tesr CASH. Those who wvis
to buy Gooids teew, will dlo well to examine his Stue
beltre they will at all time-s find Goods at the lowe:
'A SI P RIC E.amt~ong thetm are
Rich liarege and Aluslin ROBES.nall qualitica
,New Deiitn Rich dattin Stripe Printed Biernge
Rlich Plaid, Striped andI Plain Milkst
P'lain Bltack Lustring and Grom DeRhine Silks;
Rtich Embrodered Floiunced resses;
Fine Fre-nch .laeconets andl Organdie Aeluslins;
NeNv Stvles Gtmghiams and Prints, very ceetp ;
lladsomne Printed l.awns and Muslins, at 12ht
New Styles W hleib.,ne and Emi~broidered Skirts
Fiec Einbroideredl Ceollarts and sleeves to match
New Styles Stantillas, all qualities and prices:
White Embroidered antd l19iin Craps Shawls;
Rich Itibbons and Trimintgs of various kinds
All kinds of I ress Goods in Muslins and .Jaeoneti
Farmers Satin Lineni Coatings and Drillings;
Al kinds or Gooeds suitable for Mens' and Youth:
Summer W~ear ;
Diaers, Bledtiek, Denims, llosiery and Gloves
Bleached and Brow n Shieetings anal shirting
td a great varieiy or other Goods usually kept
a Retail Dry Goods Store.
A ~gusta, A pril 1 1857 3512
Rich Silk Robes;
A UG USTA, GEORGIA.
AS just received from New-York a supply
ELadies Rich Silk Flounced ROBES, of tie
and beautiful style's.
--A L SO
A eret variety of other articles of Ladies' DRES
GOODS. suitable for the present seashen. The put
le ar respe atfully invited to examine the assortmes
Augusta, Apr~il 1 1857 tf 1
ffT We are authorized by the friends of Gen. M.
L. BONHAM, to announce him as a Candidate
le for the U. S. House of Representatives, to AUi the
:h vacancy occasioned by the death of Hon. P. S.
gr We are authorized to announce C. P. SUL
LIVAN, Esq , of Laurens District, a candidate for
Congress, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the
death of Hon. P. S. Brooks.
The friends of Co. WM. QUATTLEBUM res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
g7 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sherifrof Edgefield District.
7 Tus Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARR
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield District at the next election.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, rem-'
pectfully 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, respect
fully announce him as a candidate for Sherif of
Edgefield District at the next election.
-r THE Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the next election.
WTutn Friends of Maj. JOHN C. LOVE
- LESS respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
Tax Collector of Edgefleld District at the ensuing
lIThe friends of STARLING TURNER, an
nounce him a candidate for Tax Collector at the
ST The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect
fully announce him is a Candidate for Tax Collee
tor of Edgefneld at the next election.
W The k'riends of Capt. E. W. HORN, re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the ensuing eleo
03' The Friends of Mr. CHARLES CARTER
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the next election
97 The Friends of Mr. CHAS. M. MAY, res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Col
ector of Edgefield District at the next election.
D e n t i s t r y,
T HE Subscriber has opened an
Office immediately in rear of
the Court Iloue, where he will at
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 must fastidious.
Dentists wishing teeth put up on Allen's Patent,
- can have it done by sending in their Plates at vory
Dentists' Gold and Silver Plate, Gold Silver and
Platina Wire, round, half round and cilindrical
made to order. H. PARKER.
N. B.-A settlement alwa) s at the completion of
Julv 30 tf 29
New Market Steam Mills!
TPH E Subscriber gives notice to the people of
- Abbeville-, Laurens anid Newberry, that his
Steam lls have been recently thoroughly
Srepaired. I have put in new Boilers and first
rate Bolting Cloths, and 1 think I am now pre
pared to make as fine Flour as any mande in the
My regular Grinding days are Tuesdays and
Fridavs. Persons from a disttsnce can be accom
mnodarted at any time by getting to the Mill be'ore
Sunset. I will grind for them any night in the
week. 3. Y'. L. PARTLOW.
New Market, Mar 31, 3m* 12
Octagon Burial Cases!
- TJH E Subscriber keep constantly on hand a good
I variety of this new style of METALIC BU
.RIAL CA8ES, of~ beautiftul form, and fiuished In
perfect resemblance of highly polished ROSE
S.WOOD. These CAS 1ES are now extensively used
and possess mny valuable advantages over all
;Cotlins now before the p~ublic.
JOHN M. WITT.
Edgefiel, Feb 9 6mn _ 5_
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE,
TW ILL attend at the times and places herein
.1after sp ecilled to colket the State and 1)istrict
Tax fur the year cuonmencing the first day of Oo
-Richardson's . Monday, 30th March.
lierlong's Store, Tuesday, 31st"
Mrs. Norris' Wednesday, 1st A pril.
Mrs. Rineheart's, Thurseday, 2d "
IPerry's X Roads, Friday, 3d "
Colemian & Smith's S. Satui day, 4th"
Cuoopersville, Monday, 6th "
R. M. Seurry's, Tuesday, 7th "
ID.,rna's Mlills, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
Stevens' Store, Wednesdary, 8th "
Shatterfield. Thursday, 9th "
Lib.-rty Ilill, Friday, 10th"
Stroam' Store, Saturday, 11Ith"
tPleasant L~ane, Sam'e evening. 3 o'clock.
Chieatham's Store, Mo.nday, 13th"
llowarrd's, Tuesday, 14th"
. White Hiouso, Wesdnesday, 15th "
Red lu111, Thtursday, 16th "
Colliers, Friday, 17th"
IRocky Ponds, Saturday, 18th"
Mirs."Middicton's, tName evening, 3 o'clock.
WVighetnano S. hlouse, Mionday, 20th"
A. M'.rgata's. Tuesday, 21st"
Cherokee Ponds, Wednesday, 22d " -
r , lamhurg, Thursday, 23d "
Heach Island, Friday, 24th"
Graniteville, Saturday, 25th"
-Hatcher's, Mondaty, 27th "
1 yhrand 's, Tuesday, Q8tht 4
Ridge, Wednmoday. 29th"
Dr..-John M..bley's, Thursday, 30th "
Dr. J. I. Ready's Friday, 1st May.
Mrs. A lIens, SaturdIay 2nd "
Edgefield C. IH., Monday and Tuesday, 4th and 5th
.lthn S. Smnyly's Stnre. Wednesday. 6th May.
A rrwhich time my B~ooks wilt cloe for the pres
i gg' Tax Payers will bear in mind that they are
,reqguirced by law to male a return of each white
tmae or f~eale b..rn, married or died, in their
resp~ective families during the year ending 1st .Jan
;uary 1857, and the nunmber of black. whto have
;been born or died dluring th.- same perio'd-and come
prepared to furnish me theecorrect return.
THIEOPI LUS DEAN, -r cS.D.
Mlar 18 8t 10
.f UST Received Ten Cities of Superior CAL
eP lOUN WlllSKEY, whic-h is guaranteed
by the Agent to be a pure unadulterated article.
l'ut up in Cases of one dozen Bottles expressly for
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
Hamburg, A pril 8 tf 13
GOLD WVATCH LOST!
T S nThursday. the 3d inst, between Grain
.1. Tevile and J. B. Timmerman's-l0 miles
n aivle g C. H.-a Ladies' small GOLD
W ATCH-plain face-the make and number not
- recollected. A ny information c'oncerning said
Watch addressed to the Subscriber at Pleasant
Lane. P. 0.. will be thankfully received and the
fnder liberally rewarded.
J. B. TIMMERMA N.
A prilS 3t* - 13
I WILL not fill any order after this date, to Town
or Country. without the Cash enclosed, as I sell
S Goods for a small profit, and I am sot authorised to
-sell Goods on the shorte-st time.
t 8, E. BOWR, Agent.
Htoamurg Feb. 10 1857 if
TH E Subscriber has just received and.opened a
1 LARGE and FRESH Stock of
Groceries, Confectionry, k,,
Which have been ordered with care, and will be
sold as low as can be aforded. His Stock consists
in part of
Sugar, Cofee, Tea, Kolamss Ries,
COLEMAN'S BEST PLOUR,
Mackerel, Cheese, Macaroni,
TOBACCO AND SEGARS, FINE BRAI08,
Together with a full supply of every article In the
Grocery line. In the
Candy and Confectionary Deprtdmt
May-be found an excellent assortment of Candies,
Fruits, Raisins, Pigs, Prunes, Dates, Citron,
Nuts of all kinds, Brandied and Preserved
Fruits, Pickles in abundance, Sples
of all description, Soda, Starch,
Soap, Candles, &C., &e.
Sugar, Wini,Sodaand Butter Buiscuits* Crackers,
Fresh Salmon, Sardines, Clams and Lobstets,
Cod Fish, Dried Beef,' Beef Toune, &e.
FINE WINES AND LIQUOR8
Always on hand a splendid Ssortment, which In
regard to quality and Aavor, cannot be exceUed in
the two States.
CHAMPAIGNE WINES, OF ALL KINDS,
Byase' best Porter.
Whiskey, Brandy, Gin, Ban, &4c.,
Of every price and quality.
But the Subscriber deems it unnecessary to enu
merate further, as he flatters himself that he has In
Store as complete a Stock of Goods as is ussally
found in a well conducted Grocery Store.
Mr Give me a trial and be convinood.
Mar 4 tf 8
Boot and Shoe Manufactory.
T IE Subscriber having opened a BOOT ,
AND 8HOE ia MNUFACTORY
opposite the Post Offioe, respectfully announces to
the citizens of Edgefield Village and District, thht
is he prepared to make to order any article in the
Boot and Shoe Business I
Having the best workmen in the District In his ew
ployment and being a practical workman himself
he feels warranted in saing that his work will be
done in the neatest and t styles.
He has also on hand a large Stock of fine PUMP
SOLED and fine WELTED and DOUBLE Soled
BOOTS. Alo, a stook of gentlemen and ladies'
SiOES-all of his own nanulketure-which he
will sell for cash.
N. B.-A Negro boy wanted to learn the Boot
and Shoe trade.
Feb 4 tf 4
WARLICK'S PATENT PLOW.
rTIlE Subscriber respectfully calls the attention
of Planters to the WARLICK PLOW,'of
which he has the Agency for this District. They
are so simple in their construction that any nexro of
ordinary capacity can be easily taught to stook
them. It is so arranged that the depth of furrow
nd elevatiou of handles Is entirely under the con
trol of the plowman . and the ease with which
every variety of point or share can be attahed to
the Stock, adds greatly to its value.
L. S. JOHNSON, Aor.
Edgefield C. H., Mar 18 tf 10
Cotton Gins and Thrashers.
ALL Planters who wish to procure COTTON
GINS and TIRASHERS of the best per
formance, and made of the best materials, can be
supplied by applying to the subsoriber, either per
sonally or by letter.
All who favor me with their custom are pleased,
and those who apply to me hereafter, shall have
uo cause to complain if I shall be a successful in
my efforts nae I have been heretofore. A ddress,
TIIOS. E. CH APMAN,
Coleuma's X Roads, Edgefield Dist., S. C.
March11 f 9
EZTENSIVE SALE OP
IN ALBANY, GA.
T' H E Subscriber will sell at public auction, on
ITUESD AY, the 12th day of MAY nest, in
the City of Albany,
231 Business 'and Residence Lots,
Of one fourth, one half. and one Aorc each.
These Lots are situated in the most desirabe
parts of the City. Sale positive, and to continue
from, day to day untjl completed. Terms, Onc
third cash. one-third sIx months, and one-third
The location of Albany being in the centre of
the rich 'Totton Growing lands of South-Western
Georgia, and the Southern Terminus of the South
Western Rtailroad, receiving as she will do, the
next season, Fifty to Sixty Thousand Bales of Cot
on, with a rapld yearly increase, offera the great.
et inducement for investment of any other point in
the Southern States.
The Care. will be running to Albany by the first
of September next, and to within 10 milee by the
ay of saile, from which statio~n there will be ample
acco,,moatiams iby Stages, for visitors.
WM. W. CHEE~VER.
Albany, March 31 6it 12
Cass County Lands
AMOST valuable plantation lying on the Wes
tern & Atlantic Radi R, d, embracing the
lands upon which the Caaville Wood-Station is loca- -
ted and only two andh a halt miles from Cessatille,
and within two miles of the Cherokee Baptist Col
lege and thu Methodis, Female College.
This tract contains "y00 Acres, of which only
190 acres a in cultivation, the rest being heavity
timbered and so convenient to the Wood-Station,
that every stiek of timber can be readily converted
ito money. The improveme~nts consists of a comn
fortable Iawelling, a good Gin House and all other
oUt heouses, &ce.
Thecre are on this tract about 40 acres of very line
meadow land, half or which is set in Herds Grae.
This land is capable of producing about 1000 lbs.
of Ceotton, 20 bushels of Wheat or 40 bushels of
Corn. The surplus timber on the trtiet when sold,
wilt moore than repay the purchase money. Any
persan wishing to purchase the above tract are re
fered to J. H. MUMS.
Feb.11 1857 3mt 4
Turkey Creek Land for Sale.
T HIE Subscriber wishes to sell his tract of land
on Turkey Creek, (known as Bland's Quarter,)
containing SEVENTEEN HUNDRED ACRES.
I will ride over the place with any person deal-,
rous of purchasing, so that they may judge of Its
There is a small new House upon the place, with
all necessary out buildings, good well of water, &c.
Feb. 18 18.57 tf 6
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE
T H E Rubscriber offers for sale his HOUSE and
L.OT in the Vil'age of Edgefield, consisting
of three acres, with every necessary building en
the pre~mises, well of excellent water, &ce.
Terms accommodatng. W. LOGUE.
Mar 4 tf 8
ALNEW and improved Style.-Also, Nipple
Glasses, Breast Pipes and Pumps, Nipple
Shields, Teething Rings, &c. For sale by
A. G.& T. .J. TE AGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
A LL Persons having claims against the Estae
tof BetiJ. Corley, dec'd., will render them In
without delay, and those Indebted must make
payment forthwith. B. CORLEY, Admn'r.
Feb 9 8m . 6
IN Store a fine variety of Paint, Varnish, Grain
Ling Blenders, Tanners, Whitewash, Cruab,
Dusting and Hair Brushes and Comebs-Fls
Brushes and Hair Gloves-Nall, Toothand Shaving
Brushe, &o. For sale by.
A. G. &T.J. TEAGUE, Draggists.
May 23 tf 19
eNotice to Planters.
H ENRY will stand this Spring Season at
HARMON GALLMAN'8, six mile from
Edgefield Village, at $10 .the season ' $PS
nraoe.TOB. Q. - - .l
Aprh .O.S 1d 12