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LEONA= SKY MWVENTATNG
T HIS Machine combines all the cleansing quali
ties that can be brought to bear on any Grain
in cleansing, It is decidedly the best Machine for
thoroughly cleansing Grain now in use. Every one
of these Machines that has been put in operation
(according to the directions) have given perfect
satisfaction. For working well, safety and dura
bility, as well as simplicity of the manner in which
they are put in operation, they surpass all Smutters
that have ever been invented.
It is needless to multiply words, as the Machine
and the many Certificates from practical men of its
superior quality, is recommendation sufficient.
g These Machines are made and sold by
LEONBRD SMITH, Patentee and Owner, Troy
W For the scale of prices or other information
concerning this Smut Machine, address
C. H. KENNEY, Agent,
Hamburg, S. C.
Ravrasacs.-W. L. Coleman, Edisto Mills;
G. M. Wever, Edgefield S. C.; M. A. Sullivan,
Tumbling Shoals, and J. Y. L. Partlow, Partlow's
May 6 tf 17
Cotton Gins and Thrashers.
A L Planters who wish to procure COTTON
GINS and THRASHERS of the best per
formance, and made of the best materials, can be
supplied by applying to the subseiber, either per
sonally or by letter.
All who favor me with their custom are pleased,
and those who apply to me hereafter, shall have
no cause to complain if I shall be as successful in
my efforts as I have been heretofore. Address,
THOS. E. CHAPMAN,
Coleman's X Roads, Edgefield Dist., S. C., or
LAWRENCE JOHNSON, A gent,
Edgefield C. H.
March 11 tf 9
T HE Undersigned respectfully informs the farm
ers and Planters of Edgefield District, that
he is now travelling through the District, for the
purpose of doing the BLACKSMITHING of all
who may entrust their work to him. He execute*
his work in a workman-like manner, with des
pateh, and in .a style that invariably gives satisfac
tion. Persons wishing to engage my services, will
please address me through the mail at Edgefield C.
11. Their letters will receive prompt attention.
E7 My charges are $1,50 per day, Cash.
L. W. BARNES.
May 6 2t 17
T HE Firm of LEIGH & TUCKER is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. Either party
is allowed to use the name of the Firm in sett ing up
their business. JOhN LEIGH,
Edgefield, A pril 18' 1857. 4t 16
"ALUP TO THE CAPTAIN'S OFFICE
IN consequence of the disastrous fire of the I12th
Ainst., the business of the hate firm of LEIGH
& TUC K ER must be sectled forthwith-andI all
persons indebted toao wish to save costs, can have
an opportunity for a few weeks of se.ttling with our
Agent, Mr. A. Hurlbert, opposite Bland & Butler's
Dry G'oods Store, after which time the notes and
acounts unpaid will be collected by law in the
shortest manner possible. L1~ UKR
N. B.-AII persons having claims against the.
late Firm will please present them for adj ustmnent.
April 29 4t 16
Y OU are hereby commanded to appear at Edge
field C. 11., on Friday the 15th day of May
next, armed and equipped for drill and instruction.
Those members having muskets wi:l return thenm
at the Cannon House on that day.
By order of Capt. MORAGNE.
ERAs. Muts, 0. S.
A pril 29 1t 16
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias to
me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge
field C. HI., on the first Monday in June next, the
following property in the following case, to wit :
Steedman & Meritt vs Rufus Hotlley ; Other
Plaintiffs vs The same, One Tract of Land con
taining two thousand acres, more or less, adjoinihg
lands of W. P. Jones and others.
Terms of sale, Cash.
JAS. EIDSON, us.a..
May 6 1857 4t 17
STA TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
John Yaun, dee'd.
T IlE Creditors of the said John Yaun, dee'd.,
are hereby notified to appear before the Or
dinary in his office at Edgefield C. H., on Tuesday
the 16th day of June next, to receive their propor
tion of the assetts of the said John Yaun, dee'd.;
after which all demands against the said Estate will
be barred and precluded, as I intend on that day
a final settlement of said Estate.
SARA H YAUN, Ad~m'x.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
B)Y W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
Whereas, J. G. Steedmian bath applied to me for
Lsttera of Admninistration, with the wilt annexed, on
all and singular theg oods and chamles, rights and cred
its of A. G. Rountree late of the District aforesaid,
These are, therefore, to cite and admnoniseh all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of thec said deceas
ed, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary'.
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
C. H., on the 8tha day of May next, to show
cause, if any, why the said administration should naot
Gliven under my hanad and seal, this 27th day of
April. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-seveua, and ina the 8Iat year of A meri.
can Independence. W. F. DURISOE, O. E.:D.
April2 2:e 16
$10 Reward !
I will give the above Reward for the delivery of
Amy mulatto girt MARtIAN, who ran amway
about two weeks ago. I belie ve ashe is being hear
boured by some seanaip of a white naan in the neigh
borhoad, for proof of soch su~fiecent to convict, I
will give 550. J. S. SM YLiY.
A pril 2 2t 1
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c,
D RS. A. G. &,hT. J. TEAGUE,reset-.
they have just recei'e I their FRESH Stock of
Pure anid Genuinle Drugs, &c.
A nd will be pl-ased to wait upon all who may fiavor
them with their patronage.
Space will not allow us to give n Catalogue in this
place of our Stock of Drugs. Medicines. &c. Suf
fiee it to say, we have the F UL LEST and
MOST COMPLETE Stock ever
of'ered in this place.
Edgefleld C. HI., May 23 tf 19
JUST Received Ten Cast a of suprior CA L
JIOUN WllISKEY, whmich is enarnnteed
by the Agent to be a pure unadulterated artiele.
P'ut up in Cases of one dozen Bottles expressly for
S. E. BOWERS, Ageut.
H urgn . Anil8 it I3
Dissolution of- Co-Partnership
T HE Co-Partnership heretofore existing betweer
Mers. SPANN & MAGRATH, in the
practice of Law and Equity is dissolved.
April 18, 1857. tf 15
T HE Undersigned will continue the PRAC
TICE of LAW and EQUITY, on his indi
vidual account, at his old office opposite Covan'i
Hotel. THOS. P. MAGRATH,
Attorney at Law.
April 18 tf 15
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
New Store in the New Building.
WILLIAM B. HUDSON takes great
pleasure in announcing to the citizens oi
Edgefield Village and District, (especially the La
dies) that he is now receiving and opening in the
large Store Room under the Masonic & Odd Fel
lows' Hall, an
ENTIRE NEW STOCK
Of.RICII and BEAUTIFUL GOODS, compri
sing every articleusually offered in a well conducted
Village Store. His shelves will be well ladened
with an excellent and fashionable variety of
DRESS GOODS, EMBOIDMERIES,
Trimmings, Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbons,
.ewelry, Gloves, Hosiery, Yankee
Notions, Domestic Goods, Hats,
laps, Boots, Shoes,
Groceries, Crockery A Hardware,
&e., &c., &c.
The above Stock of Goods are all direct from the
finest importing Houses in Charleston and New
York, and as they were bought on good terms will
be disposed of at astonishingly LOW PRICES. All
I ask is an examination of my Goods and prices. I
know what will be the result.
gfTry the new Store, new Goods, and new
Merchant, on and after next Saturday, and get bar
gains whilst they are to be had.
WM. R. HUDSON.
Edgefield, April 29 tf 16
SPRING GOODS5 1857.
DICKEY & PEIBBS,
RE opening this morning a large and magnifi
cent stock of Spring and Summer D R Y
G O O D S, to which they invite attention. The
Ladies are respectfully solicited, before purchasing,
to call and examine their assortment of Dress Goods,
which comprises the latest varieties in style and de
sign, having been selected from the choicest stocks
of the New York and Northern markets, and will
be sold very cheap.
Rich Silk Flounced ROBES, with Fringes;
Fancy Plaid and Cheney SILKS;
Bischoff Black SILKS;
Gros de Rhine "
Rich Black and Col'd Brocade SILKS;
1 Organdle ROBES
Very fine Plain and Plaid CHALLI, all colors;
Challi and Rarege ROBES, Plain and Printed;
Printed MUSLINS and Muslin ROBES, all
French and English PRINTED JACONEIS,
Black and Col'd CRAPE MARETZE and BA
Bl:ck and Col'd Printed GRENADINES and
Plain and Plaid CRUVELLIS and LUSTRES;
Plain and Printed BAREGES;
DEBEIGES, from 12J to 37c.;
Fine French, Scotch and English GINGHAMS,
French, English and American PRINTS, wide
Solid BRILLIANTS, White, Green, Blue,
Printed BRILLIANTS, Chintz and Colors ;
Bl'k, White and Colored Challi and Berage
SCA RPS, with Satin Stripes and Plaid ;
White and Colored Stella, Cashmere and Ber-age
SH A WLS;
Silk and Lace T ALMAS and SC'ARFS, all eol
urs. in great variety and very cheap ;
White, Rope, Crown and Cruvelli SKIR TS,
White and Colored :
l1t0 dozen Swiss and Jaconet COLLA RS, from
24 e:s. to $6 ;
Swiss' and .1:nconet SE TTS. very cheap;
Lin. n COLL ARS and SLE EVES, in setta,
ve y low ;
Black, Bugle and Mourning COL LA RS;
Line-n Cambrie H ANDKE RC]IIEFS, Plain,
11em Stitched and Embroidered, (-heap;
Ladies and Mli-ses' White and Colored Cotton
Gents and Boys' Brown, White and Fancy Half
Ladie-s and Misses' White and Colored Lisle
T hread IIOSE ;
Ladies. G ents and Misses' Kid, Silk and Liste
Ladies and Gents White and Light Colored Kid
Black Lace XITTS, Long and Short ;
Ladies and Gents Black and Kid GA UNT
DR ESS T RIMMINGS, FRINGES, &c., in
reat variety andI new styles.;
Russia. Scotch and IHuckaback DIAPERS and
Irish LINENand Linen LA WNS. very eep;
Brown and Uleached Table DAMASKS, by the
10-4. 12-4 and 14-4 Brown and White TABLE
E mbossed T ABL E COV ER S, all colors-:
Bleached and B3r'n SHIRTINGS and SHEET
INGS. every brand ;
COTTONADES, BED TICKINGS,PFLAN
NELS, PL AIDS. CH ECKS, JE ANS ;
Linen DRILLS, Plain, White, Brown and Fan
y BOMBAZINVES, Plaid, Drap D'Ete and Last
ing CLO TIIS, &c. &c.
Augusta, A pril 29 1857 tf 16
NEWV SPRING & SUMMER
E PENN, Agent, is daily receiving from
. New York and Charleston, his Stock of
Goods for the Spring and Summer trade.
LADIES DRESS GOODS.
A mong his Dress Goods may be found a varied and
magnificient assortment of
Barege.', Challies, Rich Barege Robes,
Rich Plain and Figured Silks. Printed Organdies,
Printed Jaconets, Beautiful Brilliant.,
Manchester, Scotch and Domestic Ginghams,
A tine stoek of Stella Shawls, Scarfs, Mantillas,
11oop sud Embroidered Skirts, &c., &c.
English and American Prints.
A large and unusually handsome assortment ol
Englishi and American Prints, of every style, price
A very desirable Stock of all kinds of White
Goods, consisting in part of
Plaini Checkst and Striped Swir.,
.1aeonet and Nansook Muslins,
Swiss and Jaconet Trimmings and Bands,
Muslin and Lace Collars, Underaleeves and Setta
for Ladies, Misses and Chaldren.
Of every description, and at very reasonable prices.
Bonnets, Ribbons and Trimmings.
A superb as'sortmnent of the latest, neatest and innst
fasinable lBonnets, togethecr with a unique selec
tion of the most bewitc-hing Bonnet Ribbons and
Flowers that has ever been opened in this Town.
Also, l..adies' Dress Trimmings, selected wittl
the gre-ate-st care in regard to taste and qualty.
Gloves and Hosiery.
A ve.ry lare. ande ohoice supply just received and
opjened for inlgitetioni.
Parasols and Fans
Of the most imtproved andI coinvenient styles-sonm
of them rich and rar-, and all theautiful.
Shoes! Shoes !
The atttenltion (of eustonm-rs is invited to examinE
y stnek of Shoes, which will be f..und larg~e andc
desirable, and at price.s tbhat will give entire satis
Hats, Caps, Groceries, Crockery,
A nl a great varty of uleful and ornamental arti
des not necessary to enumerate.
gg The public are respeotfully invited to call
and exaniine my Stock.
E. PENN, Agent.
Mar.. oS-f 11
CHRISTIE & HURLBERT.
T HE Subscribers offer for sale at the old stand
of R. I. Sullivan, a CHOICE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggles,
And all other articles in their line. They have
made arrangements to keep their House supplied
with the BEST ARTICLES, from the BEST
Factories in the United States, which they will
sell LOW FOR CASH, or for good paper on
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES of every des
cription will be furnished to order on short notice.
April 22 tf 16
For the Spring and Summer of 1857.
B C. BRYAN at the Brick Store, ever
e on the alert for the pleasure and comfort of t
his many kind and generous customers and friends,
has just returned from Charleston with a large and a
general assortment or 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 of 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 Department,
-May be found
Fancy and Plain Black SILKS ;
Plain and Figured BAREGES;
Crape DePARIS, Black and Colored;
Solid BRILLIANTS, White, Green, Pink, &c.;
Printed Jaeonet and Organdie Muslins;
Jaconet, Swiss, Nansook and Mull Muslins;
Fine French, Scotch and English Ginghams;
English and American Prints;
White and colored Stella SHAWLS;
A fine Lot of MANTILLAS and TALAIAS;
Dress TRIMMINGS, FRINGES, &c., in great
variety and new styles ;
BONNETS and Bonnet RIBBONS, which for
beauty are without comparison ;
White, Rope, Crown and Cruvelli SKIRTS;
Parasols, Fans, &c., &c., &c.
-A L S O
Just opened and for sale cheap a good stock of
Russia, Scotch and Huckaback Diapers and Tow
Irish Linen and Linen Lawns, very cheap;
Brown and Bleach Table Damasks;
Bleached and Brown Shirtings and Sheetings;
Osnaburgs and Stripes, Bed Ticking;
Plaids, Checks, Jeans, Linen Drills, &c., &c.
A fine lot Leghorn, Panama and Straw.
Boots and Shoes,
Men's, Ladies, Misses and Children.
Groceries, Hardware and Crockery,
&c., &c., &c.
07 Goods sold very low for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
April 1, t 12
7T REGIMENT, S. C. M.
CHAvEs' CREEK, Mar. 31, 1857.
ORDERS, NO -
B)Y Virtue of an Order from Brig. Gen. Wavaa,
I)this day received, an election will be held in
the 7th Regiment, S. C. M., on Friday the 15th
May nxext, for COLON EL, to fill the vacancy oc
ensioned by the resignation of Col. launatsoN.
By order of D. L. SH AW,
Licut. Col. 7th Reg't. S. C. M.
April S 6t 13
7-rui REGIMENT, S. C. M.~
Cravvs' CREEK, A pril 2, 1857.5
ORD ERS, NO -
BY Virtue of an order fronm Brig. Gen. WVxvai.
Bnn election will be in the Upaper Battalion,
7th Regiment. S. C. M., on Friday, the 15th May
next, for MAJOR of saidi Battalion, to fill that
ofice recently declared vacant by the resignation
of Maj. LovEL~vss.
By order of D. L. SH AW,
Lieut. Col. 7th Reg't. S. C. MI.
A pril 8 Ct 13
FIRST DIVISION, S. C. NI.,
A BB~vaLLE C. 11., A pril 22, 1857.
ORDERS, NO -
~NELECTION will be held at the various
Li Regimental M~uster Grounds on SA TURDAY
the 13th of .JUNE next, for BRIG ADIER GEN
ER AL of the 2d Brignde or Infantry, let Division.
S. C. M., to fill the place of Brig. Gen. John R.
The Coloniels or Offiers commanding Regiments
are chargedl with the extension of this order ; and
immediately after the election to tramnsmnit to the
MajorGeneral, at this place, a statement in writing,
showing the result of each po 1. By order of
Maj. Gen. A. M. SMITH.
W. L. CA rhoux, Division A dj. Gen.
A pril 291 1857 7t 10
9mn R EGIM ENT, 5. C. M.
DUsNvYL.LE, A pr. 17th, 1857.
ORDERS, NO -
T HIE LOWER BATTA LION of this Regiment
will assemble at RED HILL, on Thursday
thes 14th May armed and equipped as the law di
The Upper Battalion will assemble at SHIN
BURG on Saturday thme 10th of May, armed and
equipped as the law directs.
Thme Commissioned and non-Commissioned Offi
ers will assemble the day previous for drill and
Lient. Col. CoRLEY and Maj. Jonx W. TosrxIaa
are charged with the extension of this order to their
g11he Staff are hereby ordered to appear in
By order of B. F. STROM,
Col. 9th Reg't. S. C. NM.
G. W. BURON, Adj't.
A pril 29 3t 16
AGOOD second hand BAROUCHIE, capable
tof seating four persons and a Coachmian
cofortably. Can be closed all round so as to ex
elude had weather and driver. Is adapted to a pair
of Hlorses. Well and strongly built. And will be
sold very low for cash at my Store.
Apply to SAMUEL LANGLEY.
A iken, A pril 27, 3t 16
New Market Steam Mills!
T H E Subscriber gives notice to the. people of
Abbeville, Lnurents and Newberry, that his
Stena Mills have been recently thoroughly
repired. I have put in new Boilers and first
rate Bolting Cloths, and I think I am now pre
pared to make as fine Flour as any made In the
My regular Grinding days are Tuesdays and
Fridays. Persons from a distance can be accom
modated at any time by getting to the Mill before
Sunset. I will grind for them any night in the
week. 5. Y. L. PARTLOW.
New M larket, Mar 31, 3m*0 12
- Assignee's Sale !
AS by ani order of the Court I was made Asuig
- nee for II. R. S'A NN. I will sell oni Thur.
day the 14th May, at ptublic sale, a fino lot of LAW
11OOKS and various oilier personal property con
sisting of articles of H usbandry and Ilousehiold
Terms made known on the day of sale.
All persons are hereby notified that all sums due
to Nessrs. Spann & Mligrathi mtustbe settled in the
course of a month-or at least that portion which
belongs to Mr. Spann, as 1 must account for the
sae. LEWIS JONES, Assignee.
April 29 3t 16.
I WILL not fill aty order after this date, to Town
or Country, without the Cash enclosed, as I sell
Goods for a small profit, and I am not authorized to
sell Goods on the shortest time.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
hu...g.. Fe. 10 185'r ir 5
NEW DRY ODS STORE!
RAY & TURLE , (successors to
GARY BROTHERS,) beg leave to inform
he public that they are now receiving their large
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS,
at the Old Stand of Gray Brothers, 290 Broad
itreet, A ugusta, Ga., to which they would respect
ully invite the attention of the public.
As young candidates for public favor in the
Dry Goods Trade, they deem this a fitting oppor
unity to make known the leading principles upon
vhich they intend to deal. In order to be able to
ake advantage of the rise and fall in the markets,
y having cash on hand to do so, we intend to sell
ENTIRELY FOR CASH,
[o every one, thereby saving at least the annual
xpenses of a book keeper, and all other expenses
nd losses consequent on a credit system, which Is
to small item, as must appeaf obvious to the most
nexperienced. All these losses and expenses have
o be realized out of the customer., as no reasona
de person will dispute. We intend REDUCING
he prices of goods corresponding fully to the
imounts above saved, which we think will entitle
is to a large share of patronage from a discrimina
In addition to this, we have secured the services
if a most experienced purchaser, who will reside
forth, and devote his entire energies to the selec
ion of our stock, both for here and Savannah, at
action and such other places as bargains in good
tyles may be obtained. With such facilities for
electing and receiving our regular supplies, we
hink we risk nothing in asserting that we can sell
soods as CHEAP here in Augusta as they can be
Lad in any house in the Union. All we ask is to
,ive us a fair trial. Call and examine for your
elves, goods will be freely shown, and only one
iositive price asked.
We would again most respectfully invite the at
ention of the public to an eamnation of our Stock.
GRAY & TURLEY
290 Broad Street, Augusta, 4a.
Apr29 . 3t 16
IEW SPRING GOODS..
WMAMN SHUI,.Augusta, Ga.
AS just received from New Ygrk, his full
Spring supplies, embracing a large and ele
ant assortment of Fany., and Staple D R Y
3 0 0 D 8 , among which are
Rich Silk Robes, and Fasey Silks, of new and
Rich Tissue, arege and French Jacont Robes;
French Organdies and Printed Jaconets, at very
Fancy Hareges and Plain Colored Challies, of
Plain ColoreA Craps Maretz, and Paris Lawns,
)r Ladies' Dresses;
Plain Black French Lawns; Black Bareges and
lack Crape Maretz, for Ladies' Mourning Dresses;
Plain and Figured Black Silk Grenadines, and
Lupin's French Black Bombazines and Plain
hllies, of the beat st lea ;
Fancy Ginghams and Small Figured English
Irints. of new and beautiful styles
Superior 4-4 French Chintz Brilliants, and
rrench Prints, for Children's wear ;
Superior White Brilliants, and Cambric Dimities,
t very low prices
Plain Jaconet, kainsook and Mull Muslins, of
he most approved styles ;
Plain Swiss and White Tarletan Muslins, for La
.ies' Evening Dresses .
Colored Tarletan Muslins, at very low prices, for
overing Lamps and Chandeliers;
White Dotted Swiss Muslins, for Ladies' Dresses,
t very low prices;
Cambric and Swiss Striped and Checked Muslins
ud Bishop Lawns ;
Plain Black and White Crape De Paris, for La
is' Evening Dresses ;
Plain, Black and Dotted Laces, for Ladies''Veils ;
Valeaciennes and Thread Lace Edging. and in
A large supply of Jasconet and Swiss Edgings
nl Insertings, of the best styles -
Jaconet and Swiss Muslin Bands, of new and ele
'nt styles ;
Ladies' French Embroidered Collars and Under
leeves, in setts ;
Ladies' Mourning Collars and Undereleeves, sep.
rate and in setts;
Ladies' French Embroidered Muslin Basque. and
Ladies' Linen Cambrie, French Lawn, Corded
lorder and 11em-stitch Handkerchiefs ;
Ladies' Fancy and Embroidered HandkerehleIs,
f rich andi elegant styles;
Ladies' Mourning French Lawn and Linen Cam
Ladies' Sprning and Summer Mantillas, of newv
ndl elegant styles ;
Ladies' Brown Li'nen Dusters, or Travclling
Ladies' Cruvelli, Skeleton and Coronation Whale
one and Steel Spring Skirts, ef the moat approved
Ladies' Marseilles, Corded and White flair Cloth
kirts, and Grass Cloths;
Ladies' French Corsetts, and inrant's Embroi
cred Waists ;
A complete assortment of Ladies, Misses, Gentle
en'e, Youth's and Children's H osiery, of the best
Ldied' Parasols asnd Umbrellas ;
A large supply of Ladies' Cloth, Faney, Bridal
ad lournin.: Fans ;
Heavy French Black Bombazines and Drap De
te, for Gcntlemen's Summer wear:
A large assortment of Fancy Drilliings, Plain and
heked Coatings, French Nankmnetts, and other
nitable articles for Gentlemen's and Youth's Sum
Gentlemen's Linen Bosoms for Shirts, some ot
extra size ;
Superior 4-4 Irish Linen and Long Lawns ;
Superior 12-4 Linen Sheetings and Pillow Case
Extra 8-4 and 10-4 Table and Damask Diapers,
able Cloths and Damask Napkns ;
Heavy Linen Huokabacks, Scotch Diapers, Col
red and Damask Bordered Towels;
Superior 12-4 Hamilton and Allendale Sheetings
ad Pillow Case Cottons ;
New York Mills, Water Twist, White Rock,
~lnchester and Lonsdamle 4-4 Bleached Shirtings ;
A large assortment of Articles for Servants'
Rich Colored Damask., for Window Curtains,
with Cords and Tassels to matckh;
Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains, of rich
and elegant styles ;
Cornices Curtain Bands, and Embroidered Mus
ins for Curtains;
Hartwell's Canopy Frames, for French Bedet. ads;
White and Col'd 10-4 and 12-4 Pavilion Bobinets;
A large assortment of Gold Band and other styles
,f Window Shades ;
Superior Velvet Brussels, Three Ply, Ingrain and
Venetian Carpets ;
Plain White and Fancy Checked India Matting.
The above, with a great variety of other articles
nitable for the present season, will be sold at very
ow prices for cash-decidedly lower than they can
ec sold on the usual credit terms.
Augusta, A pril 29 1857 tf 16
T HE RISING SUN,
PUB~I.sHED) WEEKLY BY
THOMAS P. SLIDER,
lE06. P. SLIDE, A. E- ci0580i.
Tns :-The " Sua " will be published every
Wednesday, at Two Dollars per annum, in advance.
RAEs oF ADVmnTrmssNo:;-Advertsements in
terted at the rates of Sixty-five cents per square
>f Thirteen lines or less, and Five cents for each
dditional line, for the first Insertion, and Thirty
lye cents 'bier square for each subsequent Insertion.
dverisements not having the required number
>f Insertions marked on them, will be continued
itil ordered out, and charged accordingly.
Mewberry, April 22 1857 tf 16
Soda and Sarsaparilla Water.
J UST received a fine lot of SODA WATER in
Bottles--an invigorating and excellent spring
wd summer beverage. Apply to
April 15 tf 14
Notice to Planters.
H Y will stand this Spring Season at
H ARON GALLMAN'S, six miles frosm
Edgefield Village, at $10 the season, and $15
inrance. TB. G. BACON.
Ap.n a St - 15
SPRING TRADE 1857,
H AS received an entirely New and Fashionable
Stock of Spring Dry Goods, which
he offers at the lowest possible prices. Among his
Stock are to be found the following articles, viz:
Colored and plain Dress SILKS;
Foulard * *
GRENADINES and CHALLIES;
TAMARTINES, a new article for dresses;
Plain and figured BAREGES;
Fig'r'd Lawn, Jaeonet and Organdie MUSLINS;
"9 "9 " ' Mourning "
Jaeconet and Organdi ROBES;
Barege and Tissue "
Ginghams and CALICOES;
White and Colored BRILLIANTS;
64 " Pique CLOTHS;
Ladies' Pique BASQUES;
" Emb'd "
Boys' Pique JACKETS;
Dotted Swiss MUSLINS;
Checked and Striped Jaconet MUSLINS;
Swiss and Nanssook
Plain Jaconet, Swiss and Mull "
Striped and Plain Indian Twilled LONGCLOTH;
Hair Corde Jacunet MUSLINS.;
Berlin Corded CAMBRICS;
49 49 SKIR TING ;
Lace and Embr'd Collars and SLEEVES, sep
erate and in setts ;
Mourning Collars and SLEEVES, separate and
Tape bord, Hemstiched and Embr'd HAND
Mourning Hemsthebed and Embr'd HAND
Infants' Embr'd Waists and DRESSES;
Hoop and Embr'd SKIRTS, for Ladies and
Eugenie Corded SKIRTS;
Shirtings, Sheetings and Irish LINENS;
Planters' and Fancy LINENS, for Boys and
A splendid asortment of HOSIERY;
Alexander's Kid and Silk GLOVES;
Marseilles and Lancaster QUILTS;
Also,a splendid assortment of Stella SHAWLS;
" 6 " " SCARFS;
Black and Colored MANTILLAS;
PARASOLS, FANS, &c.
To which is added Mrs. Heney's beautiful supply
>f Millinery Goods.
Augusta, March 24 1857 tf 11
Je K. HORA & 00.,
J. f. NEWBY & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Trunks, Vases, Carpet Bags, &c,
'E722.rlm c. -tok0.
For Men and Boys.
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES
Now Ready, and embracing every VARIETY,
STYLE and EXTENT. This Stock will be found
to be unsurpassed if equalled in any market South.
[aving paid strict attention to the manufacture of
ur Goods, we are prepared to0ot'er our friends and
the public in general GOOD CLOTHES and at
We have also on hand a beautiful stock of CASSI
kERES, CLOTHS and VESTINGS of every
grade and pattern, whieh.will be cut and made up
o order in the moat approved style, at the shortest
notice, and warranted to fit or no sale.
gr Call and see for yourselves, at the old stand
f J. M.Newby & Co., under the U. S. Hotel.
Augusta, A pil_ 15 tf 14
CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE.
SPRING T RADE, 1857.
B ROOM A INORRE LL, AUGUSTA, GA
are now in receipt of their new Stock of
Spring and Summer DR Y GOODS, comprising
all of the latest styles of the season in LADIES'
DRESS GOODS, EMBROJDERIES,&e., togceth
er with a most compllete assortment of STAPLE
ND DOMESTIC GOODS, to which they re
spectfully solicit rttention:
Plain BLaek and Fancy Dress Silks*
Rich Fuoulard, Barege and Muslin 1Nobes ;
Plain and Printed Jaconets, Cambries, Brilliants
French Printed Mluelins, Organdics, and Lawns;
Plain Chualties andl Printed Chally D'Lauines;
Printed Linen Lawns, for Ladies' Dresses ;
Chambrays, Ginghams and Prints ;.
Plain Debeges and Debege Robes, for Traveling
Mourning Goaods, in good assortment;
Cambries, Jaeonets, Mulls, Nainsooks, Plain,
Striped and Checked ;
Plain and D~otted Swiss ;
White and Colored Tarlatans ;
Cambric Dinmities, lndia Twills, and White Bril
White Crnape Shawls; Stella Shawls ;
Embroideries, a very large assortment;
Hosiery, a large assortment of every description ;
Alexander's Kid Gloves;
Silk Mitts, Long and Short;
lress Trimmings, Whalebones, Long and Short;
Skirts and Skirtings ;
Fans, of all kinds;,
Parasols, large assortment ;
Ldies' Umbrellas ;
Summer Cloths, Cassimeres, Drap D'Etes, Pant
Linens, Drillings, Coatings, Cuttonades, and many
other Goods for Gents and Boys.
Irish Linens, Table Damasks, Damask Table
Cloths, Napkins, Doylies, Towels, iluckabacks,
Crash, &e., &c.;
Linen and Cotton Sheetings, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4;
Pillow Linens and Cottons ;
*Enghash Lung Cloths;
Bleached antd Brown Sheetings, a very great va
riet of makes;
Toether with a large assortment of Goods for
Augusta, A pril 1 iP.57 r 12
PLULMB A LEITNER,
T TIE attention of the public is invited to our
Stock of CHOICE UNADULTERATED
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass,
And all other articles in our line. We feel assured
that no House in the Sonth can offer a S'oek supe
rior to ours in genuineness and purity. All our
Oilcinal preparations are made in strict accordance
with the formularies of the U. S. Pharmnacopia,
with the best materials, and by the proper weights
and measures. Our Stock of
DENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Is full, and we have unequalled arrangements for
opening additional supplies at the shortest notice.
Feeling confident that we can furnish our cus
tomrs with the Best Article, on reasonable
ters, we respectfully solicit orders, and pledge
ourselves to fill them with fidelity and despatch.
PLUMB & LEITNECR,
Late D. B. PLumb 4. Co.
Augusta, Ga., A pril 13, 9m 14
Octagon Burial Cases!
TH E Subscriber keep constantly on hand a good
variety of this new style of METALIC BU
RIAL CASES, of beautiful form, and finished in
perfect resemblance of highly polished ROSE
WOOD. These CASEIS are now extensively used
and possess many valuable advantages over all
Coffins now before the public.
JOHN M. WITT.
Edgefield, Feb 9 m 6
BACON I BACON I
LOT of CHOICE BACON, just received ad
.for sale by T. ROOT.
CAN I D AT ES.
The friends of Co. WM. QUATTLEBUM res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
07 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sheriffof Edgefield District.
07 Tun Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
respectfully announce him an a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefleld District at the next election.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, res
pectfully announce him as a candidate for BAerif,
of Edgefleld 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 SAerif of
Edgefield District at the next election.
Mr Tnz Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefleld District at the next election.
ftg"Tax Friends of Maj. JOHN . LOVE
LESS respectfully announce him as a Caaidate for
Tax Collector of Edgefleld District at the ensuing
KTThe friends of STARLING TURNER, an
nounce him a candidate for Tax Collector at the
Mr The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect
fully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Collec.
tor of Edgefield at the next election.
gr The 1riends of Capt. E. W. HORN, re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefleld District, at the ensuing elec
gr The Friends of Mr. CHARLES CARTER
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefleld District, at the next election
7 The Friends of Mr. CHAS. M. MAY, res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Col
ector of Edgefleld District at the next election.
D enti t ry
T HE Subscriber has opened an
Office Immediately in rear of
the Court House, 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 most fastidious.
Dentists wishing teeth put up on Allen's Patent,
can have it done by sending in their Plates at very
Dentists' Gold and Silver Plate, Gold Silver and
Platina Wire, round, half round and cilindrical
made to order. RH. PARKER.
N. B.-A settlement always at the completion of
July 30 tf 29
02P24.:E:2N o nsSmd
TOHN 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 Bcst Establishments.
and with great care as to style and quality. This
Stock of Goods was purchased on good terms and
are for sale Very Low for Cash, or to punc
I have also on hand a magnificent Stock of the
fnest and most fashionable CLOTHS, CASSI
MER ES, VEST INGS, &c., which I am prepared
to cut and make up insa style that certainly will give
Kr An examination of my stock is respectfully
solicited before trading elsewhere. Bargains will
be offered. Try me ! JOHN COLGAN.
A pril 22 tf 15
Bland & Butler's !
WB have received during the past and preseni
TVweek, a LARGE and MAGNIFICENT
BTOC2E" OF GrOI3,
A dapted to the present and approaching season, to
which wo invite the attention of the trading com
munity. Thme Ladies are respectfully solicited be
fore making their purchases to call and examine our
DEESS G00DS, XAJTI.AS, &c.,
Which comprise. the latest varieties in style and
design, having been selected by our Mr. BUTrUS
trom the choicest Stocks of the New York and
other Northern markets, and wili be sold for
Snal Proifts. Among the
May be found Rich Black Flounced Silk ROBES;
Rich Colorpd Flounced ROBES;
Rich Fancy Plaid aiid Cheney SILKS;
" Plaid and Striped Foulard de
" Black and Colored Brocade do
Plain Gro DeRhine and Gro D~eNaple Silks;
Plain Black SILKS. of various qualities;
Rich Embroidered Barege Flounced ROBES;
Rich Organdie and Jaconet do do
" " "4 MUSLIN8 ;
" French Printed Cambricks and Brilliant.;
Plain and Figured SAVONS;
Printed and Plain CH ALLIES, of all colors ;
S " BAREGES, -" "
" Challie ROBES;
Black and Colored MA RlETZE ;
Cantonm Cloths. Alp accas uand Bo,bastnes;
Englishs and French CR APES;
Black and Colored GRENADIES;
Cruvelli SILKS and Plain LUSTRlES;
Scotch and American GINGH AMS;
Frencht.English and A merican PRINTS;
Silk and Lace MANTILLAS;
Barege and Muslin SCARFS;
Black Chantilla SH AWLS and MANTILLAS;
Silk and Lace TALMAS;
White Cactus, Cord and drown SKIRTS;1
Patent Steel Spring and Skeleton do
Marseilles and Crinoline do
Of EMBROIDERIES we have a large and mag
Real Lace SETTS-;
Black and White drape SETT'S;
French worked Muslin COLL ARS and Sleeves;
Emibroidered, Hematiehed and Corded HAND
Muslin BANDS, in great varieties ;
Plain, Plaid and Striped Swiss MUSLINS;
Linen COLLARS and SLEEVES in setts;
Ladies and Misses Silk and Cotton HOSE1;
" Silk and Kid GLOVES;
" Buck and Kid Gauntlet.;
" 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," for Ladies and Misses.
We have a nice lot of Linens, Bleached and Brown
Sheetings. Pillow Casings, Table Damnasks,
Napkins, Towelings, &e.
FOR THE FARMR,
We havesa compllete assortment of Plain and Striped
Osnaburgi, Marlboro Stripes and PLaids, Cot
tonades and Linen Drills for men and boys wear.
HATS, SHOES, ROOTS, &c.
grThe community are respectfully invited to
inspect our Good. and prices. We feel confident
that we can-at least we mean to try tn-please
every taste. BLAND & BI&TLER.
Edgefleld, A pril 1 tf 32
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of James
S. Shadrack, dee'd., are earnestly reuested
to snake immediate payment, and those having de
mands against the said Estate will render them in
properly attested.II. BO~RNETT, Ad'oa
T. M. FISHER. or
Mar 11 tf 9
THE Subscriber has jst received and opened a
LLARGE and FRU Stock .
Groceries, Coaletioury, ke.,
Which have been ordered with care, mad will be
sold as low as an be afforded. HiM Stook con"ists
In pert of
Sugar, Oef, Tea, Melase, RlM e,
COLMAN's BEST F1OU.R,
Maekerel, Cheese, aminn,
TMACCO AND SEGARB, FINE MN8, .
Together with a full supply of every ar Ie in the
Grocery line. In the
Candy and eofutiallry Dspertm..t,
Ma be found an excellent asortmest of Candies,
Fruits, Raisin.l, F~ Prunes, Da ,Cites
Nuts of all kinds, Bad re
a Fruitst, Pickles in abundance, Spices
' of aR description, Soda, Sua,
Soap, Candles, &c., &e.
Sugar, Wine, Sodaand Bautter BaisenitseCrackers,
Fresh Salmon, Sardine., Clam and d.beters,
Cod Fish, Dried Beef, Beef Teng,c.
FINE WINOR AND LIQUORS$$
Always on hand a lendid assortment, '0141, In
regard to quality anAarVr, oannet be ezceleht in
the two States.
CUAMPAIGNE WINE$, OF -Atl KINDS,
Byass' best Porter.'
Whiskey, Brandy, Gin, Bn, &e.,
Of every price and qlig.
But the Subscriber deems it nne to enu
merate further, as be flatters himself b hasin
Store as complete a Stock of Goadq'so is aay
found in a well conducted Grocery So.
E7 Give me a trial and be cosvintd, -
WMj IG. -
Mar 4 tf .
Boot and Shoe anuAgory.
T HE Subscriber having opene a nOOT
AND 8 8 0 E MAIUFACTORY
opposite the Post Office, respectfully anwscus to
the citizens of Edgefield Village and D *t, that
is he prepared to make to order sy V049 in the
Beot and Shoe Business !
Having the best workmen in the District l4 bia em
ployment and being a practical workman himelf
he feels warranted in saying that'his work-wiQ be
done in the neatest and latest styles.
He has also on hand a large 8toek of flue PUMP
SOLED and fine WELTED and DQUSLE Soled
BOOTS. Als, a stook of gentlemen d ladies'
SHOES-all of his own manufpetnre-:-wbloh he
will sell for cash.
N. B.-A Negro boy wanted to learn the Boot
and Shoe trade.
Feb 4 tf 4
-TPNIITE SALE .'
IN ALBANY, GA.
HE Subscriber will sell at public ouetion, on
TTUESDAY, the 12th day of MAY next, li
the City of Albany,
231 Business and Residence Lets,
Of one fourth, one half. and one Acre eaeh.
These Lots are situated in the mot dsiabler
parts of the City. Sale positive, and toeentinue .
from day to day until completed. Treai One
third eah, one-third six months, .apd one-third
The location of Albany being In '*e centre of
the rich Cotton Growing Lands of South-Western
Georgia, and the Southern Termin's of the South
Western Railroad, receivine as she will do, the
next season, Fifty to Sixty Thousand Bales of Cet
ton, with a rapid yearly increase, ofers -the great
est inducement for investment of any other point in
the Southern -States.
The Cars will be running to Albany by the first
of September next, and to within 10 miles by the
day of male, from which station there will- be ample
accommodatians by Stages, for visitors.
Albany, March 31 6: - 12
Cass Co-unty Lands
F OR S A LE..
MOST valuable plantation lying on the Was
tenaAtlantiec al Roid , esmbraelag thn
lands upon which the Ciaville Wood-Station is lees
ted and only two and a hall miles firot-Casaville,
and within two mile. of the Cherokee Baptist Col
lege and the Methodist Female College.
This tract contain. TOO Acres, of which only
190 acres are in cultivation, the reat belng heavity
timbered and so convenient to the Woed-Station,
that every stick of timber can he readily convertedi
into money. The improvemits consists of a com
fortable Dwelling, a good Gin House and all other
out houses, ho.
There are on this tract about 40 sereof very fine
meadow land, half of which is set In Herdi Grass.
This land is capable of producing about 1000 lbs.
of Cotton, 20) bushels of Wheat or 40' bushels of
Corn. The surplus timber on the trai, *lhen mold,
will more than repay the purchase monet. Any
person wishing to purchase the above tract are re
fered to $#. II. 6ilMS.
Feb.l11 8,7. Sm 4
Turkey Creek Land for Sale.
T HE Subscriber wishes to sell his tract of land
Ion TuakeyCreek, (known is Bland'* ~sre,)
containing SEVENTEEN HUNDRED AC .ES.
I will ride over the place with any pkrbn deal
rous of purchasing, so that they nma1. jndge of its
There Ia a small new Iloitsenupon.fhe placo, with
all necessary out buildings, good well of water, &c.
Terms accommodating. L RTBAD
Feb. 181867 .tf 6
HoUSE AND LOT FOR SALE,
T H E Subscriber of'ees for male his HOUSE and
LO nteVillage of Edgefleld,. consisting
of three acres, with every necessarf building on
the premises, well of excellent water, ho.
Terms accommodting W. L0GUB.
Mar4 tf 8
" H ELP T HE N E E DY!"
A LL Persons in any wise indebted to the Sub
sciiber are now urgently requested to settle
up without further procrastination. Now, new, if
ever, is the time I require assistance. You all are
aware of my unfortunate and heavy losses by the
recent fire, and consequently it is unnecessary to
say anything in relation to my necessities. With
your encouragement, by paying up your Indebted
ness, I will be enabled to commenee:businee. again.
Therefore, friends and fellow-citizeas, rush to the
rescue, and " Richard will he himself again" in
a few years.J. W. Wml.
April 15 if 14
Glennfleld Patent Starch!.
T HE 'Manufacturer of this STARCH respeetfel
Lly invites comparison with any other in the
Msaet; and he rests assured that Laundresees,
Hlousekeepers and other. giving it a fair trial, wil
find that it stands unrivalled for
CiHEAPNESS, STRENGTH, AND PURITY OF COIN.,
It is used altogether in the Royal Laundry of her
Majesty the Queen of England, aid 1as been
awarded several Prize Premiums at different Ex
hibitions-and it always give satisfaction wherever,
used. Try it I A. RAMSEY.
A pril i5 tf 14
A NEW and improved Style.-Also, Nipple
GlseBreast Pipes and Pampe, Nipple
Shields, Teething Rings, ho. For sale by
A. G. A T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
&ray 23 if 19
A LL Persons having claims against the Estate
tlof et. Corley, dec'd., will render themfa i
without delay, and those lndpbted must make
payment forthwith. B. CORLEY, Adm'r.
Feb 9 8m S
(IL. PENN, Agent, has just received a sup
te, ply ofPOT ASH, put up in tin cans, with
full d'rectiona for making mAi and hard isiap.
Jan 21 if
A LL Persnns having demands agains the Es
tae of the late Capt.John psolb, are re
quested to present them. propervly~ e to the
Exeostors-an4 sO pers. indebted aie Informed
that imtmediete ismntl desiandea.
JAB. N. LUPCOM ,&!'er.
J. B. LflPSCOMB.~ ,
MarS 3 - - If