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$35000 Worth of Clothing, Cheap!
500 Planters Linen Frock Coats,
300 " ' Sack "
200 " " llaglans Coats,
200 Bro. " " "
300 Black Alpaca Frock Coats,
300 " " Sack "
100 " " Raglans Coats,
200 White Linen Frock Coats,
100 Black Drap Dete Frocks and Sacks.
100 Fancy Cass Coats (for Spring wear,)
100 Plaid Linen Frocks,
100 Marseilles "
300 Fine Black Cloth Frocks,
200 White Linen Vests, all qualities,
300 Fancy Silk " " "
300 Black Satin " " "
100 " Alpaca " " "
500 Pair fancy and mixed Cass Pants,
300 " Black Doeskin " "
100 " Drap Dete "
500 " Planters Linen "
300 " Fancy Drill 4
100 " Check Marseills "
500 " Cotton Cass "
500 Boys Suits (for Spring and Summer,)
100 Dozen Cotton and Linen Shirts, (made to order.)
50 " Golden 1il1 Shirts, (fancy,)
50 " Cotton & Hose,
50 " Gloves, Assorted.
- 50 " Stocks and Neck Ties,
50 " Suspenders.
In addition to our very large Stock of Ready Made
Clothing, we will keep constantly on hand a fine as
sortment of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, of eve
ry description, all of which will be made up to order
in the latest and best style, warranted to fit and please
or no sale. J. K. HORA, & CO.
Successors to J. M. NEWRY A Co.
Augusta, April 15 1857 tf
LOOK HERE, FRIENDS AND PATRONS.
We are ever anxious to sell our Goods and particu
larly so to accommodate our customers in Edgefield
District, a great many of whom stop in Hamburg to
sell their cotton and buy their groceries, and conse
quently find it inconvevient to get their packages of
Dry Goods taken from Augusta to Hamburg. Now.
this is what we will do: Every one who may have
the kindness to patronise our House may rest assured
that we will deliver their Goods in Hamburg FREE OF
CnARGE, at a moments warning.
pi- We respectfully solicit an examination of our
stock. and prices, which we are confident cannot be
excelled in Augusta.
jT* Orders from our friends in Edgefield will be
put up in a manner that will give satisfaction.
BROOM & NORRELL.
DAVIS' PAIN KILLER.
This unparalelled preparation is receiving more tes
timonials of its wonderful efficacy in removing pain
than any other medicine ever offered to the public:
and these testimonials come from persons tof every de- I
gree of intelligence and every rank of life. Physi
cians of the first respectability, and perfectly conver
sant with the nature of diseases and remedies, have
recommended this as one of the most effectual in their I
line of preparations for the extinction of pain.
The Pain Killer iP used internally and externally, ac
cording to the nature of the complaint. It has been
found to be an excellent remedy for sudden Colds. 1
Coughs. Fever and Ague. Asthma and Phthisic, Pain
in the Head, Kidney Complaints, Piles. Rheumatic
Complaints. Bruises and Sores. Severe Burns. Casker,
Biles and Ringworms, Weak Stomach and General
Debility. Painter's Colic, Broken Breasts. Bowel Cot
plaint and Dysentery, Cholera, Liver Complaint, Dys
pepsia, Toothache, &c., &c.
Sold by all Dealers in 31edicine.
May 13 2t I.
DR. MLANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE AND LIVER
During a practice of more than twenty years, Dr.
MieLane had attended innumerable patients afficted
with every form of worm disease, and was induced to'
apply all the energies of mind to the discovery of a
vermifuge, or worm destroyer, certain in its effects :
the result of his labors is the Anmerican Wormi Spe
eitie, now before the public, preplaredl by Fleming
Bros. of Pittsbaurgh, which is perfectly safe, and1. may
-be given alike to children of the most tender age, or
to the aged adult; it puge mildly and subadues fever.
and destroys worms with invariable success. It i
easy of administration, and :as it does not containa
mercury in any formu whatever, no restrictionsI arc ne
cessary with regard to drinking coldl water. nor is it
capable of doing the least injury to the tendlerest in
fiant. An incredible number of wormis have 1.en ex
pelled by this great Yermifuge.
gi -Purcha.-ers will be careful to ask for Dr. ..
M'LANE'S CELEBRATED VEltMIIFUGE. nmatn
faictured by FLEMIo Unaos. of Pittsbunrg. l'a. All
o cther Vermnifuges in companrison are waortlcs. Dr.
McLane's genuine Vermifuage, also his Liver Pills.
can now be had at G. L. PENN'S Drug Store. None
genuine without the signature aof Fleming Bros. .
M1ay 13 1t-()I
Er The friends of Capt. W. C. MOR AGNE re- t
spectfully announce him as a Candidrtc for Briga- d
dier General of the 2d Brigade of Infantry, 1st
Division S. C. M., to fill the vacancy occasioned
by the resignation of Gen. J. R. Wever.
WE~ are authorized by the friends of Maj -t
W.. L. IIODG ES, to announce him as aCandidatte forr
UIRIG ADIER GENER AL, of the 2d Ilrigade of
Infantry, lst Division.S. C. M., to fill the vacaincy 00
casiatned by the resignation of Br-ig. Gen. Wever
BY a young mtarried man, a situation as FORE- g,
B MAN or COMIPOSITOR in a Village News
paper Office, Ie is a good practieal Printer, and
las had, as Publisher for four years, the entire e
control of a paper published in Florida. Ile is also t'
a very good book keeper. The best of City refer
ence given if required. Please address
T. A. CONSTANTINE,
Care of Penny post, Charleston, S. C.
Beef, Mutton, &c.
T ilUE Subseriber rspectul infortus al) of his
M arket every ay (Sundays excepted) until further
notice. But he hopes all will bear in mind that the
- Uutcheir's bill is due. any time he may call for it, as ~'
lhe has to paty Cash faor his Stock.
WV. W. GOOJ)MAN.
P. S.-AII persons are cautioned against permit- Y
tinag their dogs to go to my butcher pen or pasture,
as 1 have put out poison to kill such dogs as tmay
wish to foarm too intimate anm acquaintance with mny
sheep. Wf~ . W. G. I
r 'all E Suieriber -akes thi' method~ if irdoarintg
.1ii-- eai.tes of Liberty I li!l, atal all who. uta.a
he, 1.l,-.ed t'a fVivar him with a tif pam 'ttrona. thlaat
'a za aner- thi date, he intends loing a 51TRlICI
Uaiaoks. and rna wo~rk will be deh~lvetred untlanm. far.
Thatankflul fiar jat enctourtg.-tmett I respectfutlly so a
* 1ci a.onttnuationl of the santie.
PLANK ROAD NOTICE.
rg 'llE Subsariber havilng boaughat the Eidgef ield &
I Cheatha-n P'lank Rtoad ntaw throawa it upon
thea hoanor of the e..mmuanity. it is presumed thaat
tall bta nt mnn who. may iavel on the Road, wi!l
paay ta.e. The tascals may go tuntil I eCitch thema.
L. S. JOIINSON.
May 27 tf 20 1
1111). itiE lDSfor sale loaw far ,
Ca11Sh A. ?UlNSIDE- t
Ilamhurer. May 20,-18.57. 5at 2
TWILL. tive a fair price foar godud ecan R\G
- A t may Stare in IlIamaburg.
. S.-E. BtuWRSa., A gent.
May 27 ...f..
RMossalaiIS Dew W ui07'y
I A M now receivinz ont (Conisigraament fromz Gi- ett
nille Ilistriet, a few bsarrr Is pure sweet M~asha
W IIISKEY-tuid to be frotm thte best Distillery itt
the State. Call in and examtinte.
S. E. BOW~ ERS, A a 't.
lin burg, May 2 tf -t
LaROM the residence of the Subscriber, tta a
- Graniteville, oan the 11th in1st., -Ja mall haay
lotse MIUILE, betw een 10 and 12 years oldl. N<j
patticulzar scairs oar marks recollected.
Any one de.livetintg said Mulek to tme at my reti I
dinee. will be liberally rewarded for their troub'ea
or any informtilon thankfully receive d.
Grniteavilte May 26, 1857. if 20
V ESSRS. MAGRATIl & WIUGHT have
. formed a Co- Partnership in the practice of
ICjtMaw amcL. 3Ecauity, ..
nd can be found at the Office of Mr. Mac RATH
pposite Covar's Hotel.
THOS. P. MAGRATH,
TIENRY T. WRIGHT.
Edgefield, May 26 St 20
H. R. SPANN,
.A.ttor2.ey at L aw,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
Edgefield C. II., S. C.
May 27 tf 20
J. D. McKELLAR,
W OULD most respectfully inforn the citizens
of Abbeville and Edgefield Districts, that he
-ill spend the first half of each month in Abbeville
nd the latter half in Edgefield, where he will be
leased to attend to any professional calls that he
Address-Abbeville C. II., Greenwood and Mill
Mlay 20 4t* 19
Palmetto Fire Company,
TOU are hereby commanded to be and appear
I at your Engine Station, on Saturday the 30tlh
st., at 6 o'clock, P. M., for drill and instruction.
By order of the President.
W. W. GOODM AN, See'ry & Treas.
May 27 _____ It 20
'WAN & CO'S. LOTTERIES,
C'iIC.EEET.S OITIiT' $1O
Owing to the great favor with which our Single
lumber Lotteries have been received by the pub
e, and the large demand for Tickets, the Mana
ers, S. SWAN & CO., will have a drawing each
aturday throughout the year.
The following Scheme will be drawn in each of
Weir Lotteries for June 1E57.
' be drawn in the city of Atlanta, Ga., in public, on
Saturday, June 6th, 1857.
o be drawn in the city of Atlanta, Ga., in public, ot)
Saturday, June 13th, 1857.
'o be drawn in the city of Atlanta, Ga., in public, on
Saturday, June 20th- 1857.
v be drawn in the City of Atktnta, Ga., in public, on
Saturday, June 27th, 1757.
On the plan of Single Numbers.
More than one Prize to every Ten Tickets.
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN JUNE!
1 prize of.........$)iq.....,....$0,05
1 prize .... 1il ,............2.01
1 prize of . 11140i..............1.0.(Ma'
1 prize of.......iw Is........00i
i plrize of......... . is...................
i jprize of.........jml( is...............2/o00
1 prize of.........2,001........
1 jprize of.........2.510 s.......
1 pirize (f......2.50N s..........0fi
1 lirize of..........1.004.........
i trize of...........1410 is...................11411
I prize of......... 1. ...
45 prTize Ii......4 I..........10044
4.n prizes o.f...........144 r......
m prizes If.s........ .............fn
tSPpries t..64isr........... ......,.4#
S P iz s f ei5.................. ".ilH
t~ Pri.. .f ..'i.. .0 .ri. e .r.... .. 5111
[g; 'riz s o -tiis"... ........... .r...2b-In
00 ries.. 2i......................2n
)~ Pize a~~u~tilg t is............ ......21)
Whol Tiket 51; 8Hlve... Qua..........2..1
't'lc N a.,t~cs tuli It t4.I~is. . . .. ..~ n...... .. .1.i Mils
Limterse,, Ita liket la iet"s....... .... ~ ... .. e..f'
4f t'ries ofe $i25I ppii~ rnx'tng it $4ntin lta Priize~ a r. .
4i~t l'ria es f 1 ll 4l "iit t1aiabi- ilPrize rte i
SPriaof inn " "e.-t t.wo jPrieIae.. ato
1 i~es It' Tine "a.i "21 ~: 0. izes $.a rze.10
it-i T'izes aif a 4 re " ".F. I1211,0010 1 Pr ize r.2.. V.Nit
(MI izesa'untti to.........et .........$204.0
Whol~1'ieta-.e Tickets Halveua ; arersi 1IN ii ;8,0. il
eT e Nue rsc t'ri $41, gt o off0 corita ig to tilh tain
Times he Tialkets printe$2) i be detearniate i tf pai
ei' enirte . wia ell (tin tube, unel.Hii 1'ce~tal ne. t hel
The drais t:ar prz.1 ilarly rit ilaN a.l 1 etie tteiae
>the N he uatet t-iun ibers, ntul at ti tnill time aTpiz.-ti
acn re the oth~aer ee t2lt The niier unel2J prize <1rnw
itt ar0. -ela e xhbta o te a aicle ia e~a
eEunmberAdrawn F TioperntionS il beistutl atl the
e wtg r.s.eteedit iubs t rithoedawn tert1
-ize to ll e nitlae tof tel 4 laal T yoicketios .izs
atnple:t4 I'tickie t t 11.11 1!riksthe1.....Prie
usTiet nun:erea-eal Q.2,rter49 1i1et.21...1.24t il
chrttetietlel $'ae2g . of ta gtTickets. ... le50<rast
Eiaenl'rttize i.Ie .(taadrsfr the Tickets numb ere d.:N 9 ,'1 ani
ehr ber ntlil ltV $2tick an al la it on anecorlguro they attti
The dfac lrizs of $20~t willber ttinl byrhe wilb
aa:oarehoichsr aattiaitls rthe~ns atreile.ilh
u. t d rai th t j.le priee-l with 1 thai gaiiten talih
eked hri e t e br l.t4tfk e nil hoa to1 w ilb ni tl-. o 'o
thet NunaIr ens with*i Nutrier n2f.tetitheTckt
liererthe Nunierms tin 2Tikls or etileti to9,n
C liICT oFhnubr 'CaGS zarwll beat tiac a the
llong atle'wic t he r ri ng nk :atlwla
rtliat t'rl'nekage of itenMiIl Whleiketr...........$n
rulintof na e ofzat- iatena Tickt... ..... .. -wi
rtiet 27' 4'enesf te Q rerTc t......20
rLtEnte f tl'nkfte n E~sr, i ght Tickaet .............10
reciizt ofthih they lte yerwnrdiat by~ee firtyi
(i/"The Litstaa af Dra t NInnes ant Prze ille be
utt nlilgrchaatrIltenenpllintely nnr phesciblywing. a
t"Purcad ert ltl plesa wae her siionr.pan
I i give trlet iicewardt nutf tate.last n
~r/"terwnenil ether deli ver rt tdrawn nay tybestn
il, witht I leiati a. Aaviaaraittpct
her,"llrzsf I .c 1 tanmll unie. Addrim ethee
iblrwingoher tEreil .a nttC.saltteo tit as
Ma 6.tt 1WAN 20O tana a
(i A tlitote uberso thac ta nn fro tt wheetla
.Fhit re aoutcnte arz stat eahoeisetred lCKi tO,
Iafi etuitagi tner ever bisin. in the dollarwing pl
rs-alNe Oref te Mo bill Itedisttrak-t on
an rght Nhvien- Gztithe. n n thencr Naew
ETthe tate. riber's rndene o tasnlfi Monay
teiheth inlast., anegrts woan Feb ACHE, a
inh tur mradih bfur eyes, Noeingfl4, be.een fiftyd
tdt subtyiear will be fmeraly elogedt
iliMay s,~ Se n lot . 20Mys h
fla daghe Ilwn atesn ol lwaring ben'ss oetab
Gillion's ada an latr & ieield Platakbe
nhin to tol. e3.c IOrazt ier.J uteist et u'
oti lairsof tece, threeent perssilea
twi Aust .nd frytpashreffrare
r. and hire oremre, as-et ctase an rnr
I wilrsie theic aoe reward of te olastn
meeo-er e ld swiths for lordgte hrsean safei
av fera icke thankoulny receitraed. Address they
bsci berloed i at lae r. eo fveC.a e
JOM I C. POREYTrER.
May 27t, 187 2*20
TO CLOSE THE STOCK!
N'1MO,NDAY and TUESDAY next. (June
It' and 2d) the Subscriber will offer at
A.L X T 40 WO 3r 'q
The remainder of his Stock of Goods, yet amount
ing to several Thousand Dollars. Many GOOD
and E.SIRABLE articles remain on hand an.d
M1Iust be Sold.
On Tuesday the LADIES are invited to at
tend the sale of a Large lot of
Dress Goods, Silks, Laces, Embroideries,
Ribbons, Jewelry, &c.
TERMS.-All sums under $10, Cash-above
that amount Note and security, payable Jan. lst,
1858, with interest from date.
Persons having open accounts are requested to
settle the books without delay. as I shall close doors
in a few days from above sale.
May 20 It 20
That Seldom presents Itself,
BING desirous of removing to some place in
the Village, or at least near it,-on account of
business engagements-I offer for sale my place
three and a half miles from Town on the Columbia
Road. It contains
The improvements are on a scale of neatness,
order and convenience seldom equalled.
The Granite Spring alone is worth $500, and
there are others likd it all over the place.
The DWELLING is somewhat in the Cottage
style-most of it new, all of it entirely sound ; and
its situation is admitted by all to be one of the most
beautiful in the District.
Upon the place, there is a TEN-PIN ALLEY
carefully and solidly constructed. Also, an orna
mental FISII POND, sonic 90 feet in diameter,
the pond being circular.
In short it is one of the most hcalthful and most
beautifail places in the District.
ggPrice $20 per acre, not a cent less. And
whoever may purchase would not take $25 per acre
after living on it a month.
May 13 3t 18
State of South Carolina.
Wesley Phillips and his
wife Augusta Ann, et al, By-order of his Honor
vs. Chan. Wardlaw.
Edmund Penn, Adm'r.1J
TIIE Creditors of F. M. Young. deceased, will
Trender in-to me duly attested, their accountb
:atinst the Estate of the saiAl F. M. Young, on or
hefore the 20th day of August next, or they will bt
forever barred and estopped from recovering pay
-nent of the same.
Notice is also given that a reference will also be
held in my Office on that day, for an aceountinp
etween the heirs and creditors of said F. M
Young and Edmund Penn, the Administrator ol
is Estate. A'. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
May 27 ,. 13t 20
State of South Carolina,
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esqure, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Andre Ramsey, hath applied to me
ror Lettersof Administration, on all and singular the
troods and chattles, rights ard credits of CIHARLES
lcGaEGoaR, late of the District afore.said, deceaoed.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all anI
eingular, the kindred and creditors of said dereased.
to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary'
Court for the said District to be holden at Edgefield -
C. H!. on the 6th day of .June next, to show cause,_
if anry, why the said Administration shtould not be
Given under my hand and seal, this 23rd day of_
May, in thre year of ourr Lord one thonsand sight
undred anid fifty-six and in the Eightth-first year of.
W. F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
May 2 7202
BEST ef 1iE.F S
F U RNISH IN G.
WM. 0. PRICE & CO.,
Mayv 15, 2rm 18
ALL~ pesn at e hereby noutitled not to trade
for thre followingt Notes, anrd thre rankers thr-re-g
,fare arlso caunti .ned agairnst pa~yirrg said Notes ti_
myr orther pttrerto than thre Subsriber, to wit:
Unte Nte on .Josiah, Padgett ier Thrirty-Eiighrr
Dl,lrs, dated scomretirme irt Jlanuary I1856i, withr rr
erest fromn Jrre date thereof. i
Onre Note. ont Lewis Pl'dge-tt for Twenrty I oltarr.
bit.d in Ma~rchr 1,3, with a credit of $10, tmade
1uring the~ sanne ntrrh.
Thre above di~seripiionr is raccordinig to mry besr
Thie abouve nrotes are the lproe(rty of thme Subscri
er anid were rinade peayable to Sarahl .Imohnsonr.
Mal~y 20r St' 19
I) an~ order~ Ireme thre Ordcina ry of .Edgelieldi
i J)i-trict, I shrall pereceed tee sell at thre lati;
rsience of Chle ls Illammrrornd, Sr.. dlee'd ., ori
Alerrday the 8thr Juntre trext, all thme p~erwindr Estatte
f said deceaesed, enrnaistinrg ott
Fourteen Likely Negroes,
Tu~ass-.On a er-edit of twelve months, with in
terest from thre day of sale. Pturchlasers will he
required to give Notes with two a pproved securities.
TilOS. KERNA GilAN, Ad'or.
Mlay 20 3t 19
BY an order from the Ordinrary of Edgefield
D)Iistr'et, I shrall proceed to sell art' thre late
resience of Polly Hlammnond, dee'd., on Mlondaxy
tre Sthr June next, all the perseonarl Estate of satid
deceased, consisting in part I~f Househtoldl andu
Kirehen Furniture, H~orses, Mules, Cows and
Calves, Shreep, Hogs, Bacon, Lard, Corn, Fodder.
latation Tools, &c.
TEasts-On a credit of twelve monthrs, with in
terest front thre day ref sale. P'urcha~sers will be re
irired to give notes with twoe approved securities.
Tilos. K ERN AGH A N, A d'or.
Alay 20 3t 191
Pie Fruit in Cans,
JUIST received a fresh andt~ large assortment oE
JPIE FRUIT in Cans--art excellenrt article for
ie seatson. For sale by W. E. LEGG.
Mlay 20 2t 19i
.Fresh Salmon, Oysters, Sie,
T U'ST rcivedl anoither freshl supply of fiune Cove
LOysters, itt canrs, Saltmorn, Lobsters and No 1.
Sardies-trIl pot rup arneordirng to ( Gutr&," atnd
are hround to prv pa:latable to every lover of~ exttra
goo dise For salet by W. E. LE~GG.
Ma22 t 19
~SPL EN DliD artie'e of St .Ju'ien's CL A RETTJ
Lande No. I SilER RY WINES.
W. E. L EGG.
May 20 2t 19
O N htand a few barrels No. I Hlifarx Maikerel.
For sale byIW. E. LEGG.
May 20 2t 19
' Sheriff'ss Sale.
BY Virlue o'f und'r'y wris of''ieri Fneints to
Bme direbted, 'I will proeced'to sell at Edge
ti~el C. 1lo h irst ,lna nJune nxg
tl!ewinrg proeperty int theL followitrg ease, to wit;
Steed'man' & Mi~eritt vs Rufus Holley;I Other
Plteitil vs Thie sante, Onre Tracot of Land con
tiiing two thtousand aeres, more or less, adjoining
Lrttds of W. P. .Jrones antd othrers.
Tferms of sale., Cas.
.JA S. ETDSON, s.5.D.
May 6 1857 4t 17
j')Y Virtue of sttndry writs of Fieri Facias to me
1Um ditected, I will proceed ter sell at Edgefleld
Curt I louse. on thre first Monrdaty in Jlune tnext, thre
ellwinrg proprty in thre followeinrg cases, to wit:
Pleasant Searles nnrd Kliinrgtonr Searles vs i51. W.
Liles, One Negr o girl Fan.
John Robertsonr vs Fratncis Owernsby, Otto negro
Terma. Cash. JA MES EtIDSON, s...
May. 12 1857 3 18
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
New Store in the New Building.
W ILLIAf I. IIUDSON takes great
pleasure in announcing to the citizens of
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' 11all, an
ENTIRE NEW STOCK
Of RUCH and 1BEAUTIFUL GOODS, compri
sing every article usually offered in a well conducted
Village Store. His shelves will be well ladened
with an excellent and fashionable variety of
DitESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
Trimmings, Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbons,
Jewelry, Gloves, Hosiery, Yankee
Notions, Domestic Goods, Hats,
Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Groceries, Crockery & Hardware,
&C., &c., &a.
The above Stock of Goods are all direct from the
inest importing Houses in Charleston and New
York, and as they were bought on good terms will
)e disposed of at astonishingly LOW PRICES. All
[ask is an examination of my Goods and prices. I
tnow what will be the result.
WM. R. IIUDSON.
Edgerield, April 29 tf 16
For the Spriiig and Sumner of 1857.
B C. BRYAN, at the Brick Store, ever
e on the alert for the pleasure and comfort o
iis many kind and generous customers and friends,
is just returned from Charleston with a large and
,eneral assortment of MAGNIFICENT DRY
OODS, which have been selected with great care
is toquality,and he flutters himself with much taste
is to the style and beauty of his Goods, and which
ire well adapted to the
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE!
onfident of rendering satisfaction to all who may
avor him with their patronage, he urgently requests
he Ladies and Gentlemen of Edgefleld 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 Jncnnet and Organdie Muslins;
Jneonet, Swiss, Nansook and Mull Muslins;
Fine French, Scotch and English Ginghams;
English and American Prints;
White and colored Stella SH A W LS;
A fine Lot of NIANTILLAS and TAL.I AS;
Dress T RIMNINGS, FRINGES, &c., in great
;arietv and new styles ;
DdNNETS and Bonnet RIBBONS, which for
)eauty are without comparison ;
White. Rope, Crown and Cruvelli SKIRTS;
Parasols, Fans, &c., &e., &c.
-A L S 0
.ust opened anl for sale cheap a gnod stock of
Russia, Scotch and Iluckaback Diapers and Tow
Irish Linen and Linen Lawns, very cheap;
Brown and Bleach Table Damasks;
Bleached and Brown Shit tings and Sheetings;
Osnaburgs anl Stripes, Bed Ticking i
Plaids, Checks, .Jenns, Linen Drills, &c., &C.
A fine lot Leghorn, Paiama and Straw.
Boots and Shoes,
Men's, Ladies, Mlisses and Ch~liren.
Iroceries, Hardware and Crockery,
&c., &e., &c.
112' Coods sold very low for Cash.
11. C. BRYAN.
A pril 1 , t fi 12
VEW SPRING & SUMMER
EPEN N, Ag;ent, is daily receiving fiomn
. ewYok anmd Charktstoin, his Stock of
;oods fo.r thle Spring and Summer trade.
LADIES DRESS GOODS.
\imong his IDress Good.s Imay be founid a varied andl
,ungificieneit ns.,zrtmenat of
Binreges', Ch~alPe~s, Itid, lirege Roabes,
fiebim ahn d Figturedl Silks. Printed Organidies.
Printed .Iacea.ts, Ienautirni lrilliants,
Ithmhester, scorchl aimilI )oimestic Ginghams,
A line stoek or Stella Shawls, Searfs, .\antillas,
loop sild Embruidlered Skirts, &c., ke.
English and American Prints.
.large amnd unusially hiandsuoe assortment of
nemlisht andl American ls ints, of every style, prc
\ very desirnible Stoack of all khadsm of White
,uOdsi, conisisting in par of
.lanconet amnd Nansoeok .luslins,
Swiss anda J1aenet T1' imlimings amid Bands,
Auslin, aiid Lace Co,,lars. Un~dersleevcs and Sett,.
ar Ladies, hialisses and Chlidren.
)f every description, and at very reasonable prices.
Bonnets, Ribbons and Trimmings.
i. supearb assortmenit of t he latest, nett and miosm
ishionable Ito.nms:ts, to.geth~er with au nnigne selee
in of the imost bewilehing B3onniet fRibbons and
.'lowes that h~aq ever been opened iin this Town.
Also, Ladies' Dress Tfrimaiings, selected witha
h greatest enr~e in regard to. taste and quality.
Gloves and Hosiery.
t very largo ad eboice supply just received and
pened for inspection.
Parasols and Fans
)f the most improved and convenient sty les-some
if them rich atid rare, antd all beatit'ul.
Shoes! Shoes I
The attention of etnstomzers is invited to examine
ny stock of Shoes, whiech will be found large and
eirable, and at prices that will give entire satis
Hats, Caps, Groceries, Crockery,
td a great variety of useful and ormnmetal arti.
les oat necessary' to enunmerato.
gr The public ale respeetfully invited to call
d examine imy Stock.
E. PENNi, Agent.
Mr 25 tf 11
)etagon Burial Cases!
TI1IE Subs~cribjer keeps constantly on hand att his
.I rsidence in theL Village of Etdoenel, 'a large
issortment of this new style of METALIC' DU
IA L CASES, of betatful formn, anmd finishe'md in_
,rfect resemblance of high'y polished ROSE
V00U.. These CASElS arc now extensively used
md p~oess mny valuable advantages over all
joilius now before the public.
will also keep ready for delivery at a moment's
varnig, a fine Stock of WOOD COFFINS, of myt
iw manufacture, and of all sizes, prices and quality.
JOH~N M. WITT.
Edgefield, May 1S tf ' I'
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Sarah Yann, A dm'x. of Iu Ordinmary.
Jhno Yaun, deo'd.
311lE Creditors of the said John Yan, dee'd.,
.arc hereby notified to appear before the Or
linay in his office ait Edgefield C. II., (in Tuesday
the 1 6th day of .Junec next, to receive their propior
tion of the assetts of the said John Yaun, dee'd.
after which all demands against the said Estate wilI
be barred and preoludedl, as I intend on that day
a final settlement of said Estate.
SARA A1 YA UN, Adm'x.
May 5 7t 17
AL persons indebted to the Estate of Elizaubeth
Sullivan, dee'd., are requested to mnke pay
ment--nod those having denmnds ngainst the same
ire requestedl to make them kiiown to the' under
signed. SAMPSON SUTLLl VAN, Admn'r.
May 17 .3 18
PLUIB & LEITNER,
T H E attention of tho public is invited to ou
1 Stock of CHOICE UNADULTERATED
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass,
And all other articles in our line. We feel a:ured
that no House in the South can offer a S'oek supe
rior to ours in renuiieness and purity. All ou
Officinal preparations are made in strict accordance
with the formularies of the U. S. Pharmacopia
with the best materials, and by the proper weight
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 ens
tomers with the Best Article, on reasonable
terms, we respectfully solicit orders, and pledg
ourselves to fill them with fidelity and despatch.
PLUMB & LEITNER.
Late D. B. Plumb !- Co.
Augusta, Ga..April 13, 9m 14
CLARK & CO,
N OW offer for sale their splendid new stock of
SILVER WARE, of all kinds-Tea Sets,
Pitchers. Castors, Waiters, Goblets, Tumblers, Cups,
Forks, Spoons, Ladles, Pastry, Cake, Dessert and
Sheffield PLATED WARE-first quality of
Moods in Castors, Cake Baskets, Waiters, Candle
Birmingham and American PLATED WARE,
very showy, and at low prices.
GOLD WATCIES, of all good makers-Cooper,
Dent, Tobias, Burley & Johnson, English makers;
Brietting, Matile, Swiss makers; and Jules Jur
ensen, of Copenhagen.
SILVER WATCHES in great variety; quick
beat Railroad Watches, large size.
Rich Diamond, Coral, Cameo and Mosaie JEW
ELRY, all the newest styles, with a large stock of
Staple 'nd Fancy GOODS, at their store, Post
Office Corner, opposite the Railroad Bank.
A ugusta, Feb. 4 1857 tf 4
IRON PLOW STOCK!
NOW orer to the public my IRON PLOW
STOCK. This Plow Stock was Patented Jan.
Ist, and has now been in use long enough to prove,
at least, that it is no humbug.
The advantages which are claimed for this, over
dhe common plow stock, are these: 1st. Its simpli
.:ity and durability. 2d. Its adjustable arrangement
by which the beam is raised or lowered at pleasure
%jithout changing the depth of the plow or the
height of the handles. 3d. The plow can be set
mny depth without changing the height of the beam
r handles. 4. The handles can be raised or low
.red at pleasure, without changing the height of the
>eam, or depth of the plow. 5. It is well adapted
o all soils, and to all manner of farming, at all
As a proof of what I have said above, I need
only refer those who have not seen the plow, to the
fallowing names, whii stand as high on the Agri
-tiltural lists of Georgin, (my native State) as any
thers: and also to those of the adjoining States of
-uth Carulina and Alabama:
TTon. NI. A. CoorER, Etowah, Ga; Hon. Tuos.
+Tocs, Greensboro, Ga.; Dr. 1. S. WIrEN, Mt.
Zion, Ga.; Col. J. V. JosEs, Birdsville, Ga.; Mlus
. GREEN, Esq , Ft. Valley, Ga.; D. REDMOND,
Augusta, Ga ;-Dr. N. B. CLOeD, NLon tgomery. Ala;
rr. B. W. LAw-roN, Erwinton, S. C.; Col. A. G.
SUN3iEn, Columbia, S. C.
The Right to make and use this Plow Stock for
Plantations, Shops, Counties or States, can be had
y addressing the undersigned at Ogeechee, Serie
en County, Ga. 0, W, 000FFM.
gg-Mr. F. M.NICHlOLAS, at the Carolina
iotel, Edgefieldl, S. C., Is my authiorised A gent.
Mlay 20 3t 19
LEONAR SMITH'S VENTELATNG
LM T M C IE
T HIS achne ombnesallth clasn1ali
.l ii -htcnb ruh t ero n ri
i'Siywl impic ityi' ofl the manner in wichi
hey tarept in be roion, terasn aiy Smutr
a lan.It is neelesitmltipywods the t Mchieo
mdI the miaenys Cethtiehts beom pract in oraion
pering qult, thesrecmedtion) haveiienpet.
gg-Tesei Foreloring arei mafet and sodura
E bilty ~i, as~ a i plictenfte an ner, n rhic
hey ar pth ieun o prios otherpsa inomution
is neeinths tSmut Mipy adrels sthMan
f ub lngL Sol, Pne and LPrtOwn, aro
Coneen tGh instMeo an d drs es
L L Pantes whowish t prourgCOTTON
o.mancee, ndmadeh of C.; bes. mAterilicanb
uppidbylping to n the Ysub.Prbe;-, Prterper
ACwoo Gme andt The ra~stom rlesed
md Plnterw s whoply to proureaer ChaTTOav
o aqs GIN coa T f SIIhllbe of slweeestl pen
nyefortse asil 'hade of therbettral, aness
Cpjlem yappn' g os Etebie Di., S. C, -
HEEC TERS rE. oCvey APeMora lit
Coand'av givens edtie aifion Dito al. C
have ried hem. hey a e gery imld C. tII
Marc11 tf 9
DSTRA AND FT,.EED GTErSt
anull infim gvnthire sriends tiod toaall tho
hae tried utem Treyiver si.li their FhHSoko
conrucin and ofgeat u rebDrugs, Farer
A dwl bel pteased thir uordersli tiome, tao b
rhem with thei Oatcrop.agey a esupida
the vrof ourtck of Drugs.Dllr Ceicish&.Su
tiei or sa, by hae .h ULELNE ST an.
Ediel 13 tf a 2 f 1
A LL ull on infom te ds a ~r th at fMs
Rdey G~j~tray ee'd., thereF~S reqetca of
me u andste onoGeforeith ift'unene, asc.
ace werindalou to ive a ataleoglemen thin
ladce oortock ofusin s 1.. ediine, Ado.Sf
Mayiem C I. a 22 S tf 19
A OTProns ndetd totemoseofMs
in UisTtl opn or bfre the frth tie Ornets n
Lemons. pa'l soon. ' M'~vN. h,'. 1$0.G.'I
M..yca . 2to 19
T HIE Subscribers offer for sale at the old stand
of R. H. Sullivan, a CHOIqE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggles,
. - .:3uLr_1MWu0,
And all other articles in their line. They have
nade* 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 BUGGOW of every des
cription will be furnished to order on sh9rt notice.
April 22 tf 15
" :203E A.2.UA.m
T HE Subscriber has just received -bnd opened a
LARGE and FRESH Stock of .
Groceries, Confectionary, &e,
Which have been ordered with care, and will be
sold as low as can be afforded. Him Stock consists
in part of
Sugar, 0ofee, Tea, Molasses, Rice,
COLkMAN'S BEST PLOUR,
Mackerel, Cheese, Macaroni,
TOBACCO AND SEGARS, FINE BRANDS,
Together with a full supply of every article in the
Grocery line. In the
Candy and Confectionry Department,
May be found an excellent assortment of Candies,
Fruits, Raisins, Figs, Prunes, Dates, Citron,
Nuts of all kinds, Brandied and Preserved
Fruits, Pickles in abundance, Spices
of all description, Soda, Starch,
Soap, Candles, &o., &c.
Sugar, Wine, Soda and Butter Buiscuits & Crackers,
Fresh Salmon, Sardines. Clams and Lobsters,
Cod Fish, Dried Beef, Beer Tongue, &c.
FINE WINES AND LIQUOR8,
Always on hand a splendid assortment, which in
regard to quality and .flavor, cannot be pxcelled in
the two States.
CHAMPAIGNE. WINES, OF ALL KINDS,
Byass' best Porter.
Whiskey, Brandy, Gin, Rum, &c.,
Of every priceand quality.
But the Subscriber deems it unnecessary to ein
merate further, as he flatters himself that be his in
Store as complete a Stock of Goods as is usually
found in a well conducted Grocery Store.
07 Give me a trial aud be convinced.
Mar 4 e tf 8
Boot and Shoe Manufactory.
T IlE Subscriber having opened a B O OT
AND S H 0 E MANUFACTORY
opposite the Post Crffice respectfully announces to
the citizens of Edgefield Village and District, that
ts he prepared to make to order any article in the
Boot and Shoe Business I
Having the beat workmen in the District in his em
ployment and being a practical workman himself
he feels Warranted in saying that his work will be
done in the neatest and latest styles.
He has also on hand a large Stock of fine PUMP
SOLED and fine WELTED and DOUBLE Soled
BOOTS. Also, a stock of gentlemen and ladides
SHOES-all of his own manufacture-whieh he
will sell for cash.
N. B.-A Negro boy wanted to learn the Boot
and Shoe trade.
Feb 4 tf 4
Turkey Creek Land for Sale.
'1'HE Subscriber wishes to sell his tract of latid
on Turkey Creek, (known as Bland's Quarter,)
containing SEVENTEEN HUNDRED ACRES.
I will ride over the place with any person desi
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.
. Terms accommodating.EL RTBAD
Feb. 18 1857 tf 6
MOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
T usriber offers for sale his HOUSE and
TLOT in the Village of Edgefield, consisting
,r three acres, with every necessary building on
the premises, well of excellent water, &re.
Terms accommodating. WV. LOGUE.
Mar 4 tf 8
7-rHi REGIMENT, S. C. M!.
CHiavas' CaEEK, May 19, 1857.
TIIE Lower Battalion or this Regiment will as
.sernbl e at the Cherokee Ponds on Saturday
6th of Junae next, armed and equiped as the law
The Commuissioned aind Non Commi..sioned OfS
eers the day previous for drill and instruction.
The Upper Battalion will assemble at the Pine
Hlonse on Saturday 13th of June next, armed and
equiped as the law directs.
The Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Offi
ers the day previous for drill and instruction.
Capts. Lybrand and Shaw, are charged with so
much of this order, as pertains to their command.
By of-der of D. L. SHAW,
Lieut. Col. 7th Reg. S. C. MI.
F. M. COrLEXAx, Adj't.
May 20 1857 4t 19
9TH REGIMENT, S. C. M.
DUnNvU.LE, May 11, 1857.
, CCORDING to an order from Msj. Gen. A.
th M. Snrrn, there will be an election held on
te13th day of .lune next, at Mrs. Susan Brun
on's, near Springfield, fur BRIGADIER GEN
ERA L, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the re.sig
nation of Ceni. ,J. R. WsEiE.
Lieut. Col. Corley and Maj. J. W. Tompkins
will act as Managers.
Polls to be opened at 11 o'clock, A. M., and
closed at 3 P. M..
By order of 13. F. STROM, Cal. 9th Reg't.
G. WV. Bun-rox, Adj't.-'
May 20 41 1
- FIRST DIVISION, S. C. M.,
A EsEviILE C. H., April 22, 1857. -~
ORDERS, NO -
AN LECTION will be held at the varinue
Regimental Muster Grounds as SATURDAYs
the 18th of JUNE next, for BRIGADIER .GEN
ERAL of the 2d Brigade of Infantry, 1st Division,.
S. C. M., to fill the place of Brig: Gen. John R.
The Colonels or Officers commanding Regimenta
are charged with the extension of this order ; and
immediately after the election to transmnit to the
MajorGeneral, at this psac, astatemnent in whiting,
sowing the result of each po1. By order of
Maj Gen. A. M. SMITH.
W. L: CawuovN, Division A dj. Geun.
A pil 29 185' 7t 16
7-rg REGIMENT, S. C. M.,
Cauves' CauE;, May 12, 1857.
iN obedience to an order frc.m Gen. Sur. an.
IElection will be held at the Old Wells on Sat
urday the 13th of June next, for BR1GADIER
GENERAL of the 2nd Brigade of Infantry 1st
Division, S. C. Mi., to fill the vacafoy ooca~iioned by
the resignation of Bi ig. Gen. Wever..
Lienta. F. M. Coleman and W. Maya will assist
me in managing the election.'
D. L. SHAW, Lieut. Col.
May 13 5t 18
New Market Steam Mills!~
THE Subscriber gives notice to the peoplb of
Abbeville, Laurens and Ncwburuy, that his.
teams Hs have been recently thoroughly
repaired. I h'ave put in new Bolies and firs
rate Bolting Cloths, and I think I am now pre
pared to make as fine F)oua a anymade inathe
My regnlar eilinhg uays are Tuesdays and
Ffd.sys.. ?ersons rrors a distance earn be accom
e'qals} q? any tipe by getting to the IliI be'ore
Sunset. I- wili grind for them an hsIn the
week. - . Y. L. O W.
N.ew Market, Mat 3.1, mi..,. .12
~HOSE wishing FINE FISH, Inei d sal
..packed where theysare caughtof, ll ses a
numbers,.emall on .S. E. BOWERS, AgsmL
The friends of Co. WM. QUATTLEBUM res
ectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheri
of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
0T We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq, as a candidate for re-election for
heriff of Edgeed District.
07 TM Friends of Capt. H. BOULWAR
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sherif
of Edgefield District at the next election.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR,res
pectfully announce him as a candidate for Sheri,
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 Skerife
Edgefield District at the next election.
07 TnE Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYA1
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the next election.
gg'Tus Friends of Maj. JOHN C. LOVE
LESS respectfully announce him as a Candidate fe
Tax Collector of Edgefield District at the ensuin
0TThe friends of STARLING TURNER, an
nounce him a candidate for Tax Collector at th
0T The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect
fully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Collee
tor of Edgefield at the next election.
3r The lriends of Capt. E. W. HORN, re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for T
Collector of Edgelleld District, at the ensuing elec
EU The Friends of Mr. CHARLES CARTER
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the next election
0T 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 entistry. .
T HE Subscriber has removed his
TOffice to his old Rooms in B.J.
yan's Hotel, ivhqre The 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 ver3
Dentists' Gold and Silver Plate, Gold Silver and
Platina Wire, round, half round and cilindaieal
made to order. H. PARKER.
N. B.-A settlement always at the completion of
July 30 if 29
03LXLX02'E: re go 'D" M
J OHN COLGAN takes pleasure in alnoun
eing to his friends and patrons, that lie has
just returoed from New York with a LARGE and
COMPLETE assortment of
Which were selected from ihe Best Establishments,
and with great care as to style and quality. This
Stock of Goods was purchased on good terms and
re for sale Very Low for Cash, or to punc
I have also on hand a magnificent Stock of thle
ist and most fashionable CLOTHS, CASSI
MER ES, VESTINGS, &c., which I am prepared
o cut and make up in a style that oertainly will give
& An exaination of my stock is respectfully
olicited before trading elsewhere. Bargains will
e offered. Try me !JOHN COLGAN.
A pril 22 tf 15
Bland & Butler's !
W E have received during the past and pres.eni
week, a LARGE and MAGNIFICENT
daptd to the pre sent and appruachting season, to
whih we invite the attentin of the trading com
nuity. The Ladies arc respectfully solicited be
fore making thei? purchases to call and examine our
DRESS GOODS, XANTIT.TASR, &c.,
Which comprises the latest varieties in style and
lesignt, having been selected by ouir Mr. U ITLER
Iroim the choicest Stooks of the New York and
ther Norilhern markets, anal will be sold for
Small Profits. Amone the
\dty be found Rai Black Flounced Silk ROBES;
Rich Colored Flnced ROBES;
Rich Fancy Plaid and Chency SILKS;
4 Plaid and Striped Foulard du
" Black and Colored Brocade do
Plain Gro Deflhine and Gro DeNaple Silks;
Plain Black SILKS, of various qualities ;
Rich Emibroidlered Barege Flouniced ROBES ;
Rich Organdie and Jaeconet do do
a" " MI SLINS;
" French Printed Cambrieks and Brilliantts;
Plain and Ficured SA VONS;~
Printed andl Plain CIIA LLIES, of all colors;
" " BAREGES, " "
" Challie ROBE8;
Black and Colored MA RETZE ;
Canton Cloths, Alpaeenis nad Bombazines;
English ar~d Frengh CR APES;
Black and Colored GREN ADIES;
Crevelli SILI~S and Phain LUSTRES;
So.teh anid A merican GIN GU AMS4
French, Englisl and A mevican PRINTS;
Silk and- Lnee MANTILLAS;
arege and Muslin SCARFS
Black Chantilia SHIA WLS anA MANTILLAS ;
Silk and Lace T ALMAS;
White Cactus, Cord and Crown SKIRTS ;
Patent Steel Spring and Skeleton do
Marsaeiles and Crinoline do
Of EMBROIDERIES we have a large aiid mag
Real Lace SETTS ;
Black and White Crape SETIS
French worked ?Mi4 COLL ARS anid Sleewis:
4b;otdered;lemstiehed and Corded UAND
Musliin BANDS, in great varieties ;
Plain, Plaid and Striped Swiss MIUSLINS;
Linen COLLARS and SLEEVES in getts;
Ladies and Misses Silk and C'iwon H4)SS;
"Sili .pd Kid ULOVES';
' Buk amd Kid Gasatlets;
'A ". - Blad L2face MhTTS ;
Drss TRIMINGS, Lining SILKS, &c.;
Fi'neh and Rail Road CORSSTTS
And 'last, though not leasl a superb assortment
of what the Ladiles term ' PERFECT LOVES O0
BONNkTiS,'" Sor Ladies and Misses.
We have a nlce lot of Linens, Bleached and Brown
Sheetings, Pillow Casings, Table Damask.,
Napkins, Towelings, &e.
FOR THE FARXERS,
We have a complete assrtment of Plain anid Striped
Osnaburgs, Marlboro Stripes and Plaids, Dot
tonads and Linen Drills for men and boys wear.
HATS, SHOES, E00TS, &c.
gg The community are respectfully invited t
inspect our Goods and prices. We feel confident
that we can-at least we mean to try to-please
every taste. BL AND & B1&TLER.
Edgefield, A pril 1 tf 12
A LLPersons indei4.ad to te. Ertnte of ame
S. Shalrae's, decd., are earnes~ly requested
g rgae immediatepajmient, apd, those havihg de,~
mads against the said 1Astate will reutier there in
grop eryattete'd, H1. 13dRN WTT, d'er
'2. NI. FISHIER. ~Adqm
Mar..11 tf 9