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MARRD, on Tuesday evening, the 2nd inst.. atthe
residence of Mrs. E. Cochran, in this Village, by Ja.
A. Dozier, Esq., Mr. CHARLES LEwis CovAn and
Miss MARGARET, daughter of M. Etheredge, Esq., all
of this District.
DIED, in Delaware City, Kansas Territory, on
the 2d May last, in the 26th year of her age, Mrs.
MARGARET E. CLARK, wife of W. S. CLaRK,
who had but a few short weeks previous accompa
niel her husband in all the love of her heart, and
in the bloom of womanhood and beauty, to that
distant Territory, in order to settle there. On their
way out Mr. Clark and family suffered severely
from the excessive cold weather, and when they
landed in Kansas. his wife and six'little children
were attacked with the French weasels, a fearful
disease, especially among the pioneers of the West,
where they are for a while deprived of many of the
luxuries and comforts of an older country.
On the 25th April last, their infant son died, and
on the 2d May, as above stated, Mrs. Czitauc de
parted this life after suffering the severest agony
for several days previous. But from a letter re
ceived from her husband, we learn that she died
happy and perfectly resigned to her fate-depend
ing on God, in his mercy, to take care of her hus
band and little ones. She died imploring her hus
band to rear her poor children up in the nurture
and admonition of the Lord, and begging him to
write to her people in beloved old Carolina and tell
them of her melancholy fate-said " tell my dear
old father and affectionate sisters and brothers, and
friends to meet me in Heaven." And then, after
bidding her husband good bye, in the most feeling
manner, and begging him to love and protect her
little babes, as they were, and bring them with him
to meet her in the glorious world to come, she
breathed her last without a struggle, and her happy
spirit took its flight home to heaven.
Mrs. C. was a daughter of Capt. Jos. Long of
With Mr. W. S. Clark we deeply sympathise,
and trust that a kind Providence will console him
in his severe afflictions. X.
. DEPARTED this life at his residence in this Dis
trict, on the 22d day of May, 1857, Mr. MARK
MATnws. in the fifty-fifth year of his age, leaving
to mourn their loss, a wife and seven children, two
brothers and one sister; besides a large family con
nexion and friends. Peace be to his memory.
HAMBURG, JusE 8, 1857.
Co-rro.-There has been no quotable change in
prices since our last communication. Receiptsnomi
nal. Very little doing. Corn, $1,25 per bushel.
A T1OT SUPPER will be given by the Ladies
of the Methodist Denomination on Thursday even
ing the 11th inst., in Masonic ll..
It is hoped that the public generally will attend,
as the greatest delicacies of the season will be pro
vided under the direction of the most skilled catcerers.
gWAdmission $1,00-Children half price.
June 10 it 2-2
ASK ANY ONE WHO HAS EVER USED
DR. M'LANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE AND LIVER
What they think of them! Ninety-nine in a hun
dred will tell you they are the best Pills for liver com
-plaint, sick headache and dyspepsia that they have
ev-er used. Read the following from one of our most
KEW YonK, August 3, 1852.
I do hereby certify that I have been suffering from
. a pain ini my side and breatst for a long time, antd after
tryinig niany remnedies came to the con. lusion that my
liver was affected. I immrediately commenced using
Dr. .M'"ane's ?Clebratel Lirer Mils, prepared by
Fleming Bros. of Pittsburgh, and the few that I have
taken have already given mae more relief than all the
other msedicines I hav-e taken put together. I went
to a clairvoyant to consult him; after examwining me
carefully, he advised me to continue the use of Dr.I
M'Lane's Pills; that they would effectually cure mec.
No. 2 Columbia p~lace.
pa-Purchasers will be careful to ask fur Dr.
M'LANE'S CELEBiRATED VERtMIFUGJE, mnanu
factured by FL.Eunso Unos. of Pittsburg, Pa. All
other Vermifuges in comparison are worthless. Dr.
McLane's genuine Verumifuge, also his Liver Pills,
- can now be had at G. L. PENN'S Drug Store. None
genuine without the signature of Floming Eros.
June :; 11-(S) 21
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN' KItLLIER,
Mr. PaRnY DAvis :--I feel it to be nmy duty to bear
my testinmony to the efficacy of your Pain Killer. 1
have used it for years for complaints of the stomaeh
and bowels. I had a very severo attack a few ay
ago of the ague, and such a pain in may hack for threc
days and nights that I could get no rest. I sent and
got a 25 cent bottle of the " Vegetable Pain Killer."
I took a little inwardly, and bathed according to di
rections, and one application has removed all the pain,
and I am able to write to-day, though with a trem
'bling hand. The application was made last nlght
about 9 o'clock, and I had a sweet night's rest. I have
recommended it for several years, as I have travelled
a goed deal, and it has given universal satisfaction
where it has been used according to directions.
Yours gratefully, L. PERRY CHIILDS,
Pastor of-Baptist Church, Troy Ohio.
gg The friends of Capt. W. C. MORAGNE rc
spectfully annoutncc him as a Candid;.tc for Briga
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. Wevcr.
gg WE are authorized by the friends of Maj.
W. L. HODG ES, to announce him as aCandidate for
BRIGA DIER GENER AL, of the 2d Brigade of
SInfantry, lst Division,S. C. M., to fill the vacancy oc
casioned by the resignation of Brig. Gen. Wever-.
Dry Goods at very Laow Prices for Cash.
WILLIAM SHEAR, Augusta, Ga., has just re
ceived from New York a large supply of STAPLE
and FANCY GIOODS, adapted to the Spring and
Summier season, emblracing a great variety of new
and beautiful styles of Ldties' DR ESS GOOIDS, and
articles f'.r GENTLE3IlEN nned YOUTI'S WEAR.
and fo.r 110JUSE and PLANTATION SERtVANTS,
which he will sell nt decidedly lower pric-es for CASH
than they enn lie so.ld oin the usuael credit terms. Au
gusta ande~ Graniteville SHIIRTINGS, Cotton OSNA
]iUllS andl Georgia STfRIP'ES, will be sold at
,manufacturer'.s price~e. lunatcrs and Families from
the country,. wishaing to puorchnae for CASH. are re
sp~ectfully invited to exaaminae the ncessortmnit.
Augusta, April 8 1mn 13
Concordia Lodge, No. 50, A. F. M
A Regu'asr Communicaition of this
Loidce will be held at their NEW
1I A LLi, in the Odd Fellows & Ma
s.iei Buldding, eon Saturday eveniig,
the 20th inst., at 7 o'clock.
E. BL AND, W. 51.
D. R. Doazsog, Sec'ry.
.June 5 3t 21
WS151.'.S to call the atte-nt'on of prson~is ini
se-arch of jgood bargaeins. to his larg'e and
well assorted stok of DRY GOUI>S, which lie is
confident will be round, ont inspection, as chsap, if
not ceeper, than that o~f anly othier hiouse ill the
'rades; besides, persons buyinig can be confident of
receiving new Goods, ats his mnire ste'ck of Spring
and Summt r Goods has been purha~sedl this season.
Augusta, June 10 1857 tf 22
A UGIuSTA, G A.
- 1 AS a large assortment of Mluslin., fast colo-r,
ELat l2be and upwards; Emibroidieed Colars
and Sleeves, very ceep ; Mlantillas, at $I1,50 and
upwards. Also, a large stoek of Robes; Figured
Grenadines; Bareges and Silks; Parasols ; Fans
A ngnsin Jnna 10 197 tr 9
r T lE Subscriber failing to close his Stock at
A uction has made arrangements to keep his
doors open, and will continue to offer his remaining
Stock of several Thousand Dollars, principally fine
Very Reduced Prices.
Those who purchase for CASTI will find many
VERY LOW. M. FRAZIER.
June 10 - 2t 22
ON THE HAVANA PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS
Successors to J. F. Winter, Manager.
PRIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION.
Capital Prize, $60,00.0!
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY
BY AUT11ORITY of the State of GEORGIA.
Draws June 15th, 1857, at St. Andrews' Hall,
Savannah, Ga., under the sworn superintendence
of W. R. Symons, Esq., and J. M.Prentiss, Esq.
I Prize of................. $60,000
1 " ...............--...... 20,000
1 "t ...................... 5,000
1 " ......... 4,000
1 ". ....................... 2,000
3 prizes of ....1,000 are. ........ 3,000
5 " .... 500 are......... 2,500
100 " .... 100 are......... 10,000
100 " .... 50 are......... 5,000
72 Approximation Prizes..... .....3,760
3000 prizes of $30 are... .......... 90,000
3286 Prizes amount to ............$215,260
TICEETS 010; HALVES $5; QUARTERS $2,50.
Small Scheme Draws every Saturday.
Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par.
Cheeks on New York remitted for prizes.
Address orders for Tickets or Certificates of
Packages of Tickets to
ANDERSON & SON, M1anagers,
Macon or Savannah, Ga.
g"'Persons holding Prize Tickets of J. F. Win
ter, Manager, will send them to us for payment.
June10 ly 22
STIMULATING OR HOT
A Compound Preparation of Georgia Sarsaparilia,
J. DENNIS, M. D., Augusta, Ga.
For Dyspepsia, Colds and Feniale Complaints ari
sing from Coldu.
I F Food occasions pains in the stomach, a dose
taken immediately after meals will assist diges
tion and relieve the pain. In various diseases of
females arising from colds or indigestions, they rare
ly fail to afford great relief, owing to the warming
and stimulating effect they cause in the system.
They are a superior medicine for females who may
have taken cold at the commencement, or during
their menstrual period by wet feet or exposure in
coldI or rainy weather.
In such cases, a dose should be taken at bed time,
and about half an hour before each meal. In a
want of regularity or in periodical diseases of fe
males, or in Chliorusis, they should be taken at or
near the approach of the symptoms of being un
well, and taken regularly if necessary during that
period as dirceted for colds.
If these B1TTElRS were taken bey females for
colds at the commencement of being unwell, and
their use continued through that period, they would
save a great amount of sutiering, atnd often, the fair
form from an early grave-thoughi they aire the most
efleetual in bringing about the regular periods of fe
mahs-in pregnancy they have no te.ndenicy to~
cause abortion, but gcnerally arc quite a sure pre
ventive. In this respect the~y lhave been thorongh
ly tested they aet in hairinony with the laws of
lif.-; they contain in addition to Sarsaparilla, Black
Snake Root, Pop~iar Bark, Golden seal, Pepper,
Pricidy Ash aend Spices. Though they are nd
stinmuhiting with pepper, a e'ss quantity of it in thiem
hans been pnred--geeatly to impair their virtues.
The Sareaparilla with the aid of its other comtpe
nents, makes this pereparation well adeopted to the
cure oef I yspe-rsia, Colds and Female Complaints, a
tiet which goes to prove the iintrinsie work of Den
nie' Georgiai sarsapairilla1, or the Sarrapearills wheich
grows in the onthern States.
g~r Feer sale by A. G. & T. .J. T E AGCUE, and
G. L. PEN N. Edgefield C. II., S. C.
June 10 157 3t 22
TO WHEAT GROWERS!
T lE Su'weriber is nowi erecting at his Steam
Saw Mlill, four miles West of Idgeield C. I1. a
FINE FLOUR MILL,
which will be completed in time for the pere'vet
Wheeat Ctop. He is preparinig to' make as FIN E
F LOUR~ as can be made any where. Also', an en
tirely new COR~N MI LL, will soeon be ready.
When the above Mills arc ready, dlue notice will
be given. R. T. M13I18.
June 10 1857 3t 22
Cash Must Come!
A LL Persons in anywise indebted to the Firm
of Mc regor & Smith, are hereby notified
that they MUST SETTLE the same without de
lay, as I am compelled to make settlement with the
Administrator on Mr. McGregor's Estate in a short
time. Longer indulgence than next Returti day
need not be expected. This is fair warning to all
ye that are interested. F. M. SMITII.
June 10, tf 22
1)Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias to me
.1)directed, I will proceed to sell at Edgefieeld
C. II., on the first MonSey in July next, the fol
lowing property in the foilowing cases, to wit:
.James Sheppard vs. Allen Franklin; Other plain
tiffs vs. The same, one Tract of Land containing
two thousand Acres, more or less, adjoining lands
of James JIones, Keziah Swearengin and others.
Ihartford Stodard vs. Turnecr & Brothers, The
Defendant William J. Turner's interest in one Tract
of Land containing seven hundred acres more or
less-, adjoining Lands of James Morris, Isaac Bryan,
Alfred flatcher and others.
Terms of sale, Cash.
JA MES EIDSON, s.E D.
JTue9 1859 4t 22
STATrE OF~ SOUTH CAROLINA,
A. G. LeaTaste and wife, and 1
Felitna Nappier I
T. D. Nappier, Matilda Radford
B Y an order fromr the Ordinary, I shall proceed
to, sell at EdlgeI'eld Court llouse, on the first
Monday in .July next, hinds of flhe Estate Nathainiel
Nappier neced., situated in the District and State
aferesaid, ndjoeining humdesof Robert Mims, P. Bla
lock, B. Prescotte aned others, containing sixty (60)
aefes, more oCr less ont a credit until the first of Jan
nary next.-The purchaser to give Bond and security
and a maortgzage of the premises to the Ordinary to
secure the purchase money sand to pay for titles.
Ceosts to be paid in cash.
J. EIDFSON, s.e..o..
Jiiie 5, 1857 4te 22
State of South Carolina,
DY W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edlge.
}1. field District.
WHEREAS, JoinssoN IIaGuOD, hath appied to
me for Letters uf Administration on all aredsingular
the goods and chattles, rights and credits of A. P.
BUr.a late of the Distnect aforesaid, dee'd.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and credlitors of the said deceas
eel, to~ he and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Coutri for th~e said District, to be huolden at Edgefield
Court Housee, on the 15th day of June inst., to
show cause, if any, why the said ad ministration should
not he granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 1st day of
June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred anid fifuy-seven and in ihe eighty-first year
of American Independence.
W. F. DURLISOE, O.E.D.
June 3, 1857 2t 21
MHill Notice !
r PallE Subscriber having repanired his MILL, is
J.now in readiness to accomeedate his cuistomners
with the VERY REST of MEAL and FLOUR.
G. Ml. WEVER.
,l...m o f 21
w-oraMmn-, s. c.
T lIE Proprietor of this well known and popu
lar HOTEL takes peculiar pleasure in an
nouncing to his friends and the travelling public
generally, that this House is still open for the re
ception of company, and that in future his whole
energies will be put into requisition to gratify the
wants of each and all who may favor him with their
During the past week the House has been
thoroughly repaired, and the Rooms and Furniture
put in excellent condition for the Spring and Sum
My Table will be furnished with the best that can
be had, and presided over by one skilled in the culi
nary departmet-and in short, everything requisite
to gratify the taste of the epicurean will be supplied
in abundance. The servants of the CAROLINA
HOTEL are noted for their polite and attentive char
acter, and are ever in attendance to obey the wishes
of my Guests.
IHaving procured comfortable Stables, Horses left
in my care hereafter will receive the best attention.
Thankful for past encouragement and patronage,
I respectfully solicit a continuunce of the same.
JOHN A. MAYS.
ET The travelling community are notified that
they and their baggage will be conveyed, at a mo
ment's warning, without charge, to the Carolina or
Georgia Depots. J. A. M.
Hamburg, June 10 1857 tf 22
THE Subscriber begs leave to
inform the public that he.ias in
Store, at the Stand occupied by him the last sea
sou, a WELL SELECTED Stock of Planters'
Supplies, consisting of
Muscovado and Porto Rico SUGARS;
Stuart's 11. B. & C. Soft "
" Crushed "
" Pulverised "
Baltimore Refinery of same quality;
MOLASSES, Ilhds., Tierces andi Barrels;
Rio and Java COFFEE ;
IRON all sizes, and HOLLOW WARE;
BAGGING, ROPE and TWINE;
Gunny Cloth, a heavy article;
Osnaburgs and Stripes;
7-8 and 4-4 Augusta Goods;
SALT. very large Sacks'
50 Hhas. BACON SIDkS;
10 " SIIOULDERS;
SOAP, CANDLES, STARCH, &e., &c., all
of which will be sold on accommodating terms to
g Orders solicited and promptly attened to.
HAMBURG, June 6 tf 22
CHEAP CASH STORE!1
WM. H. CRANE, Augusta, Georgia, is
now selling oiff'his Summer Goods at greatly
REDUCED PRICES, and many of them
In order to make ample 'oom for his Fall Stoek.
May be had. Come with your Cash and realize
the immense advantage ygu gain over the credit
Colored and Black SILKS, 02j, 75 and $1.
Plain and figured BERAGES, 18j, 25 to 50 ets.
All kinds of MUSLINS and GINGHAMS.
from 123 to 25 ets.
A great variety of PRINTS and SHIRTINGS,
from 6j to 12i ets.
.lnconet, Swiss and Cheek MtUSLINS, les to 376
Fine French JACON ETS and BER AG ES, very
A great variety of M AN TlLL AS from $I to $I5
White, Black and Slate col. Cotton HOSE, at 12b
DEN IMS, COTTrONA DES, Linen. Coating and
Drilling, very cheap.
gy A large assortment Parasols and Umbrellas.
shetetinmgs, Shirtings, T1ieks and Linens VERY
LOW-and all kinds of Goods usually kept in a
D~ry Goods Store at the L o 11 e s t Ca~Ih
A ugusta, June 3. St 21
NEW G00ODS! NEW G00ODS!!
New Store in the New Building.
W~TIL LIAM IC. HUDSON takes great
Vipl-asure in anunouneinig to the citizens of
Edgefield Village a'nd D~istrict, (especially thme La
his) that he is now receiving and~ opening in the
large Store Room under the Masonie & Odd Fel
lows' Unill, an
ENTIRE NEW STOCK
Of RICII and IREA U.TIFUTL GOODS, enmpri
sing every article uasually o'f'ered in a well conducted
Village Store. H~is shelves ill be well ladened
with an exellenmt and fashionable variety of
DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
Trimmings, Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbons,
Jewelry, Gloves, Hosiery, Yankee
Notions, Domestic Goods, Hats,
flaps, Boots, Shoes,
Groceries, Crockery & hardware,
&c., &C., &c.
The above Stock of Goods are all direct from the
fiest importing flouses in Charleston and New
York, and~ as they were bought oni good terms will
be disposed of at astonishingly LOW PRICES. All
I ask is an examination of my Goods and prices. I
knowv what will be the resnlt.
WM. R. HUDSON.
SEdgefield, A pril 29 tf 16
Octagon Burial Cases!
r H" Subscriber keeps constantly on hand at his
.LFurniture Rooms, opposite the Post Office, a
large assortment of this new style of METALIC
BURIAL CASES, of beautiful form, and finished
in perfect resemblance of highly polished ROSE
WOOD. These CASES arc now extensively used
and possess many valuable advantages over all
Coffins now before the public.
I will also keep ready for delivery at a moment's
warning, a tine Stock of WOOD COFFINS, of my
own manufacture, and of all sizes, prices and quality.
J011N M. WITT.
Edgeflel, May 13 tf 18
PLANK ROAD NOTICE
7I'HIE Subsariber having bought the Edgefield &
I Cheatham Plank Road now throws it upon
'the honor of the community. It is presumed that
all honest men, who may travel on the Road, will
pay mie. The rascals amay go until I catch them,.
L. S. JOHNSON.
May 27 tf 20
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
T. MI. Brindle'y.
TlUE Plaintiff' in the above stated ease having
this day filed his Deelaration in my Oflice, and
the Defendant having neither wvife nor Attorney
known to reside within the limits of this State, on
whom copies of said declaration with rules to plead
can be served, On motion of Messrs. CARnOL. &
BACON, P'laintifi's A ttorney, Ordered that said De
fendant appear and plead to said Declaration within
a year and a day from the date hereof, or final and
absolute judgment will be given against him.
TIIOS. G. BACON, C.e.E.D.
Sept 22, 1856. . ly 37
sTrATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON FLE AS.
e. Foreign Attachment.
George D. Tillman.)
vs. Foreign Attachment.
George D. Tillmnan.)
TIE Plaintiffs in the above stated cases, having
.5this day filed their Declarations in my Office,
and the D)efendant havinig neither wife nor Attor
ney, known to reside within the limits of this State,
on whom copies of said Deelarations with rules to
plead can be served : on motion of Messrs Spann
& Mararth, Plaintiffs A ttorneys, Ordered that said
Defendant appear and plead to said Deelarations
within a year and a day from the date hereof, or
final and absolute judlgmnent will be given against
him. THIOS. G. A CON, c.C.3.D.
March 6: 1857 i., 10
TRIAL OF MARTIN FOSEY!
W E have on hand and for sale a few hundred
copies of the Trial of MARTIN POSEI
murder of his Wife, Matilda H. Posey,
Negro Slave Appling,
Being an interesting pamphlet of about 75 pages,
givi.ig a true and exact account of a crime com
mitted in Edgefield District in 1849, and which
resulted in the conviction of the said Posey of
murder in the first degree, for which offence lie
suffered the extreme penalty of the law ou Friday,
Feb. 1st, 1850.
Persons desirous of procuring this record of past
days and dark scenes should call at once.
Ir For sale at this Office. Price, 15 cents per
copy, or two copies for 25 cents. Two copies sent
by mail, to one address, for 25 cents.
April 20 tf 16
NEW SPRING GOODS.
WILLIAM SHIEAR, Xugusta, Ga.
H AS just received from New York, his full
Spring supplies, embracing a large and ele
gant assortment of Fancy and Staple D R Y
G 0 0 D S , among which are
Rich Silk Robes, and Fancy Silks, of new and
Rich Tissue, Barege and French Jacone t Robes;
French Organdies and Printed Jaconets, at very
Fancy Bareges and Plain Colored Challies, of
beautiful styles ;
Plain Colored Crape Maretz, and Paris Lawns,
for Ladies' Dresses;
Plain Black French Lawns, Black Bareges and
Black Crape Maretz, for Ladies' Mourning Dresses;
Plain and Figured Black Silk Grenadines, and
Black Marquisse ;
Lupin's French Black Bombazines and Plain
Challies, of the best styles ;
Fancy Ginghams and Small Figured English
Prints. of new and beautiful styles;
Superior 4-4 French Chintz Brilliants, and
French Prints, for Children's wear;
Superior White Brilliants, and Cambric Dimities,
at very low prices*
Plain Jaconet, kainsook and Mull Muslins, of
the most approved styles ;
Plain Swiss and White Tarletan Muslins, for La
dies' Evening Dresses;
Colored Tarletan Muslins, at very low prices, for
covering Lamps and Chandeliers;
White Dotted Swiss Muslins, for Ladies' Dresses,
at very low prices;
Cambric and Swiss Striped and Checked Muslins
and Bishop Lawns;
Plain Black and White Crape De Paris, for La
dies' Evening Dresses;
Plain Black and Dotted Laces, for Ladies' Veils;
Valenciennes and Thread Lace Edgings and in
A large supply of Jaconet and Swiss Edgings
and Insertings, of the best styles;
Jaconet and Swiss Muslin Bands, of new and ele
gant styles ;
Ladies' French Embroidered Collars and Under
sleeves, in sette;
Ladies' Mourning Collars and Undersleeves, sep
arate and in setts ;
Ladies' French Embroidered Muslin Basques and
Ladies' Linen Canibrie, French Lawn, Corded
Border and Hem-stitch Handkerchiefs ;
Ladies' Faney and Embroidered Handkerchiefs,
of rich and elegant styles ;
Ladies' Mourning French Lawn and Linen Cam
Ladies' Spring and Summer Mantillas, of new
and elegant styles;
lAdies' Brown Linen Dusters, or Travelling
Ladies' Cruvelli, Skeleton and Coronation Whale
bone and Steel Spriing Skirts, ef the most approved
' Ladies' Marseilles, Corded and White Unir Cloth
Skirts, and Graiss Cloths;
La'lies' French Corsetts, and infant's Embroi
A comipete assortmtent of Ladies, Misses, Geiitle
men's, Youth's anid Children's Hoskry, of the best
Ladie., Parasols and Umbrellas ;
A large suppily of Ladies' Cloth, Fancy, Bridal
and Mournin?g Fans ;
Ihcary French Black Blombauines and Drap Dc
Ete, fo.r Ge(ntlemen!i's Summer wear:
A large assortment of Fanicy Drilliings, Plain and
Cheeked Coatings, French Nankimietta, anid other
suitable artices for Gentlemen's and Youth's Sum
Geintlenmeni's Linen Biosoms fur Shirts, some of
Superior 4-4 Irish Liniein and Long Lrans;
Superior 12-4 Linen Shieetings and Pilluw Case
E..tra 8-4 and 10-4 Table and Damask Diapers,
Table Ciloths and IDainask Napjkins;
Ileavy Linen II uckabacks, Scoteh Diapers, Col
',redl anid Damask Boirdered Towe-ls
Superior I2-4 hlamiiltoni and Allendlale Sheetings
and Pillow Case Co'ttons ;
New York Mills. Water Twist. White Rock,
Mlance,,eter and Lonisdah: 4-4l Ble-ached Shirtings;
A large assortimen-t of Articles for Servamnt4'
Rich Colored Daimaks, for Window Curtains,
with Cords and Tassels to match;
Embroideredl Lace aind Al1uslin Curtains, or' rich
and elegant styb-s ;
Corni.es Curtain Rands, and Embroidered Mus
limis for Curtains;
11artwe'll's Canopy Frames, for Frech Bedst. ads;
White and Cor'd 101-4 and 1:!-4 l'avilieon Botbinets;
A large assort mnent ot Gold Band and o.ther styles
of Window Shades ;
Superior Velvet Brussels, Three Ply, Ingrain and
Plain White aind Faney- Chiek'd India Mattings.
The abmove, with a great variety of other articles
suitable for the presenit season, will be soldI at very
low prices fo~r cash-decidedly lower than they can
be sold on the usual credit terms.
A ugusta, A pril 29 1857 tf 10
For the Spring and Summiner of 18.57.
B C. BRYAN, at the Brick Store, ever
e ntealert for the pleasure and comfort o
his many kind and generous customers and friends,
has just returned from Charleston with a large and
general assortment of MAGNIFICENT DRY
GOODS, which have been selected with great care
as to quality, and ho flatters himself with much taste
as to tho style and beauty 4 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 ninny beautiful articles ini his
Ladies' Dress Goods Department,
-May be found
Fancy and Plain Black STLKS;
Plain andi Figured BAREGES;
Crape DePA RIS, Black and Colored ;
Solid BRILLIANTS, White, Green, Pink, &e.;
Printed Jlaconet and Organdie Muslins ;
,laeonet, Swiss, Nansook and Mull Muslins;
Fine French, Scotch and English Ginghams ;
English and American Prints;
White and colored Stella SIIA.WLS ;
A fine Lot of MANTILLAS and TA LMAS;
Dress TRIMMINGS, FRINGES, &c., in great
variety and new styles ;
1UONNETS and Bonnet RIBBONS, which for
beauty are without comparison;
White, Rope, Crown and Cruvelli SKIRTS;
Parasols, Fans, &e., &c., &c.
' --A L SO
Just opened and for sale cheap a good stock of
Russia, Scotch and Ranekaback Diapers and Tow
Irish Linen and Linen Lawns, very cheap;
Brown and Bleach Table Damasks;
Blecohed and Brown Shiirtings and Sheetings;
Osnaburgs and Stripes, Bed Ticking;
Plaids, Cheeks, Jeans, Linen Drills, &o., &c.
A fine lot Leghorn, Panitma and Straw.
Boots and Shaoe.,
Men's, Ladies, Misses and Children.
Groceries, Hardware and Crockery,
&c., &c., &e.
U"r Goods sold very low for Cash.
B. C, BRYAN.
Apriln1, tf 12
TO THE PUBLIC,
r IIE Undersigned having, sold the American
Hotel to G. C. CUNNINGHAM & Co.,
take this occasion to return our thanks to the pub
lie generally for the liberal patronage bestowed
upon us, and would solicit the same fur its present
0. H. P. SCOTT & CO.
11amburg, May 30, 1857.
IAMBURG, S. C.
T PUE Subscribers take this opportunity of in
forming their friends and the public generally
that they have bought the above HOTEL, and
are having it refitted in the best possible style for
their reception. We flatter ourselves that every
necessary arrangement has been made to promote
the comfort of all who favor us with their company.
Our ROOMS are airy and comfortably furnished;
SERVANTS attentive and obedient. And our
TABLE'will be constantly supplied with the best
the season affords. Our friends may therefore rest
satisfied that every exertion will be cheerfully ren
dered to make their sojourn pleasant and agreeable.
There will be in attendance a GOOD OSTLER,
and Horses left in our charge will receive particu
0'Persons arriving at this House may feel as
sured that their baggage will be promptly sent,
free of charge, to the Carolina or to either of the
We solicit a share of the patronage of those visit
ing our Town. G. C. CUNNINGHAM,
MARY S. CUNNINGUAM,
Hamburg, June 1, 1857. ly 21
HE Firm of 0. 1. P. SCOTT & CO. is this
.day dissolved by mutual consent. All claims
against them are requested to be presented for pay
ment, and those indebted are called upon to settle
forthwith. 0. H. P. SCOTT,
H. S. OLIVER,
W. W. SALE.
Hamburg, May 29th, 1857. 4t 21
PLUMB : LEITNER,
T HE attention of thu 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 South can oter a Stoek supe
rior to ours in genuineness and purity. All our
Oflicinal preparations are made in strict accordance
with the formularies of the U. S. Pharmacopia,
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
tomers with the Best Article, on reasonable
terms, we respectfully solicit orders, and pledge
ourselves to fill them with fidelity and despatch.
PLUMB & LEITNER,
Late D. B. Plumb 4. Co.
Augusta, Ga.,April 13, 9m 14
CLARK & CO,
NOW 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
goods in Castors, Cake Baskets, Waiters, Candle
Birmingham and American PLATED WARE,
very showy, and at low prices.
GOLD WATCiIES,of all good makers-Cooper,
Dent, Tobia9, Burley & Johnson, English makers ;
Brietting, Ma:tile, Swiss makers; and Jules Jur
gensen. of Copenhagen
SILVE~R WATCH ES in great variety; quick
bent Railroad Watches, large size.
Rich Diamond, Coraml, Cameo and Mosaic JEW
ELRY, all the newest styles, with a lnrge stock of
Staple anni Fancy GOOD)S, at their store, Post
Office Corner, opposite the Rulroad Bank.
Augusta, Fe~b. 4 1 7 tf 4
LEONARD STIITH'S VENTILATING
r Hl Mahin comine al th clensig qali
~inl aninIti dcmined ll the besNin fori
thoroughly cleansing Grain now in use. Every one
of these Machines that has been put in operation
(aecordling to the directions) have given perfect
satisfaction.. For working well, safety and dura
bility, as wvell as simplicity of the manner in which
they are put in o;-eration, they surpass nll Smutters
that have ever been invened.
It is needless to multiply words, as the Machine
and thme many Certil-leates from practical men of its
superior quality, is recommfendalftion sufficient.
gg TIhese Machines arc made and sold by
LEON'BRD SMITH, Patentee and Owner, Troy
gg Fur the scale of prices or oilher information
concerning this Smut Machine, address
C. H. JKENNEY, Agent,
llamburg, 8. C.
REFERmEess.-W. L. Coleman, Edisto Mills;
G. M. Wever, BEdgefield S. C.; M. A. Sullivan,
Tumbling Shoals, and J. Y. L. Parthow, Partlow's
May 6 tf 17
Cotton Gins and Thrashers.
A LL Plan ters who wish to procure COTTON
GINS and TIIRASIIERS of the best per
formance, and made of the best materials, can be
supplied by applying to the subscriber, either per
sonally or by letter.
All who favor mc with their custom are pleased,
and those who apply to nme hereafter, shall have
no cause to complain if I shall be as successful in
my eilorts as I have been heretofore. Address,
TIIOS. E. CH APMAN,
Coleman's X Roads, Edgetield Dist., S. C., or
LAWRENCE JOHNSON, Agent,
Edgelield C. HI.
March 11 tf 9
GOOD HEWS FOR THE FARMEES!
STRAW AND FEED CUTTERS !
T H ESE CUTTERS are of very superior quality
and have given entire satisfaction to all who
have tried them. They are very simple in their
construction, and of great durability. Farmers
would do ;ell to send on their orders in time, to he
ready for thme Oat crop. They can be supplied at
the very low price of Fifteen Dollars, Cash.
For sale byE. PENN, Agent.
May 13 tf 18
A SPLENDID article of St Julien's CLA RETT
and No. I SilERRY WINES.
W. E. LEGG.
May 20 2t 19
B)Y a young married man, a situation as FORE
kM AN or COMPOSITOR in a Village News
paper Otlioe. Ho is a good practical Printer, and
has had, as Publisher for four years, the entire
control of a paper published in Florida. ie is also
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.
u... 2. 4t 20
The friends of Co. WM. QUATTLEBUM res
pectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield at the ensuing election.
907 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sheriffof Edgefleld District.
07-TTs Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff
of Edgefield District at the next election.
THE friends of Capt. LEWIS COVAR, res
pectfully announce him as a candidate for SAerif,
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
fhilly announce him as a candidate for Bherif of
Edgefield District at the next election.
97 Tna Friends of'Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
of Edgefield District at the next election.
gg-THz Friends of Maj. JOHN C. LOVE
LESS respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
Tax Collector of Edgefleld District at the ensuing
01The friends of STARLING TURNE
nounceo him a candidate for Tax Collector
07 The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect
fully announce him as a Candidate for Tax Collec
tor of Edgefield at the next election.
Wr The 1 riends of Capt. E. W. HORN, re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the ensuing elee
97 The Friends of Mr. CHARLES CARTER
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector of Edgefield District, at the next election
37 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.
M ESSRS. MAGRATH1 & WRIGHT have
formed a Co-Partnership in the praotice of
Isawv anmcli 3Ecl ty,
And can be found at the Office of Mr. MAGRAT
opposite Covar's Hotel.
THOS. P. MAGRATH,
HENRY T. WRIGHT.
Edgefield, May 26 St 20
1 R, SPANN,
A.ttorn=iey at Z.uaaw,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
Edgefield C. H., S. C.
May 27 tf 20
T HE Subscriber hasremoved his
Office to his old Roomsiln B. J.
Ryan's Hotel, where 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 very
Dentists' Gold and Silver Plate, Gold Silver and
Platina Wire, round, half round and cilindrical
made to order. H. PARKER.
N. B.--A settlement always at the completion of
July 30 if 29
J. D. McKELLAR,
W OULD most respectfully inforn the citizens
of A bbeville and Edgefield Districts, that he
will spend the first half of each month in A bbeville
and the latter half in Edgefield, where he will be
pleased to attend fo any professional calls that he
A ddresa-Abbeville C. H., Greenwood and Mill
May 20t* 19_
F UR NISH ING.
WM. 0. PRICE & CO.,
May 15, 2m 18
Bland & Butler's !
WA E have received during the past and present
week, a LARGE and MAGNIFICENT
STOC.K O3' GOODSO,
Adapted to the present and approaching season, to
which we invite the attention of the trading conm
munity. The Ladies are respectfully solicited be
fore making their purchases to call and examine our
DRESS GOODS, KANTILLAS, &c.,
Which comprises the latest varieties in style and
design, having been selected by our Mr. BUTra
from the choicest Stocks of the New York and
other Northern markets, and will be sold fur
Small Profits. Amongt the
May be found Rich Black Flounced Silk ROBES;
Itich Colored Flounced ROBES;
Rich Fancy Plaid and Cheney SILKS;
" Plaid and Striped Foulard do
" Black and Colored Brocade do
Plain Gro DeRhine and Gro DeNaple Silks ;
Plain Black SI LKS, of various qunalities ;
Rich Embroidered Barege Flounced ROBES;
Rich Organdic and Jaeonet do do
" " " MUSLINS-t
" French Printed Cambricks and Brilliants;
Plain and Figured SAVONS;
Printed and Plain CRHALLIFS, of all colos;
a " BAREGES, " "
Black and Colored MA RETZE-;
'Canton Cloths, Alpaceas and Bombaxines;
English and French CR APES;
Black and Colored GRENADIES;
Crtavelli SILKS and Plain LUSTRlES;
Scotch and A merican GINGH AMS;
French, English and American PRINTS;
Silk and Lace MANTILLAS;
Barege and Muslin SCARFS ;
Black Chantilla SH AWIS and MANTILLAS;
Silk and Lace TALMAS
White Cactus, Cord and Crown SKIRTS;
Patent Steel Spring and Skeleton do
Muarseiles and Crinoline do
Of EMBROIDERIES we have a large and mnag
Real Lace SETTS;
Black and White Crape SETTS;
French worked Muslin COLL ARS and Sleeves ;
Embroidered, Hlemstiched and Cerded H AND
Muslin BANDS, in great varieties;
Plain, Plaid and Striped Swiss MUSLINS
Linen COLLARS and SLEEVES in setta;
La-dies and Misses Silk and Cotton HOSE ;
a" Silk and Kid GLOVES;
S" Buck and Kid Gauntlet.;
S" Black Lace MITT'S;
Dress TRIMINGS, Lining SILKS, &e.;
French and Rail Road CORISETT'S;
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 Damaks,
Napkins, Towelings, &o.
FOR THE FARKERS,
We have a complete assortment of Plain and Striped
Omnaburgs, Marlboro Stripes and Plaids, Cot
tonados and Linen Drills for men and boys wear.
HATS, SHOES, E00TS, &c.
gg"'The community are respectfully invited to
Inspect our Goods and prices. We feel confident
that wean--at least we mean to try to-please
every taste. BLAND & BUTLER,
1Mgefael Apm-il 1 if 12
O HR I S T I E . HURL Ea T.
T HE Subscribers offer for sale at the old stand
of R. H. Sullivan, a CHOICE eolleetion of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
And all other articles in their line. They have
made arrangement. to keep their House supdke
with the BEST ARTICLES, from the AWT
Factories in the United State., 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 15
Boot and Shoe Manufactory.,
T HE Subsoriber having opened a 8O OT
AND 8 R 0 E HANUFACTORY
opposite the Post Office, respectfully announes to
the citizens of Edgefield Village and District, that
is he prepared to make to order any article in the
Boot and Shoe Busnes I
Having the best workmen in the District in his em
ployment and being a practical workman himself
be 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 stook of gentlemen and ladies'
SHOES-all of his own manufacture-whioh he
will sol for cash.
N. B.-A Negro boy wanted to learn the Boot
and Shoe trade.
Feb 4 tf 4
Turkey Creek Land for Sale.
T HE Subscriber wishes to sell his tract of land
en Turkey Creek, (known as Bland's Quarter,)
containing SEVENTEEN HUNDRED ACRES.
I wil 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.
Feb.18 1867 tf 6
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
T HE Subscriber offers for sale his HOUSE and
LOT in the Village of Edgefield, consisting
of three acres, with every necessary building on
the premises, well of exeellent water, &a.
Terms accommodating. W. LOGUE.
Mar 4 tf 8
7-u REGIMENT, S. C. M.
CnBves' Canax, May 19, 1857.
THE Lower Battalion of this Regiment will as
Lsemble at the Cherokee Ponds on Saturday
6th of June next, armed and equiped as the law
The Commiploned and Non-Commlisloned Offi.
cers the day previous for drill and instruotlos.
The Upper Battalion will assemble at the Pine
House on Saturday 13th of June next, armed and
equiped as the law direots.
The Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Of
core the day previous for drill and instructlon.
Capts. Lybrand and Shaw, are charged with so
much of this order, as pertains to their command
By order of D. L. SHAW,
Lieut. Col. 7th Reg. S. C. M.
1?. M. COLMX, Adj't.
May 20 1857 4t 19
9-rH REGIMENT, S. C. M.
DUx-ron5YnIrL, May 11, 1857.
A CCORDING to an order from Maj. Gen. A.
M Tr, there will be an eleetion held on
the 13th day of June next, at Mrs. Susan Brun
son's, near Springfeld, for BRIGADIER OEN
ERAL, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resig
nation or Cen. J. R. Wuvmn.
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 B. F.8STROM, Col. 9th Reg't.
G. W. Bua-rox, Adj't.
May 20 4t 19
FIRST DIVISION, S. C. M.,
Ansav..m C. HI., A pril 22, 1857.
ORDERS, NO -
A N ELECTION will be held at the various
Regmental Mluster Grounds on SATURDAY
the 13th of JUNE next, for BRIGADIER GEN
ERA L of the 2d Brigade of Infantry, 1st Division,
8. C. M., to fil the place of Brig. Gen. John R.
The Colonels or Officer. commanding Regiments
are charged with the extension of this order ; and
immediately after the election to transmit to the
Major-Genieral, at this place, a statement in writing,
showing the result of eaeh po l. By order of
Maj. Gen. A. M. SMITH.
W. L. CAiustotm, Division Adj. Gen.
A pril 29 1857 7t 16
7r REGIMENT, S. C. M.,
Cusvis' Cazar, May 12, 1857.5
I N obedience to an order fro~m Gen. SMrrx, an
Election will he held at the Old Wells on Sat
rday the 13th of June next, for BRIGADIER
GENERAL of the 2nd Brigade of Infaatry 1st
Division,8S. C. M., to fill the vacancy occasioned by
the resignation of Brig. Gen. Wever.
Lieuta. F. M. Coleman and W. May. will assist
me in managing the election.
D. L. SHIAW, Lieut. Col.
May 13 5t 18
New Market Steam Mills!
rPHE Subseriber gives notice to the people of
A1 AbbeviUe, Laurens and Newberry, that his
Stenam Mills have been recently thoroughly
repaired. I have put in new Boilers and first
rate Bolting Cloths, and I think 1 an 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 be'ore
Sunset. I will grind for them any night In the
week. J. Y. L. PARTLOW.
New Market, Mar 31, 3m* 12
Lost or Stolen
FROM the Subscriber at or near Red Hill, on
.J the 14th May, a red calf skin POCKET
BOOK, containing two Notes, one for $1215,00
payable to .John IC. Goen, Adin'or. of Mary Goon,
de'd., or bearer, signed S. F. Nealy, J. J. Jones
and HI. Y. Young, due 25th Dec. last pat,-the
other, a sealed note for $300), payable to S. C.8ecott
or bearer, one day after date by S. F. Nealy.
The subscriber hereby forewarns all persons from
trading for the said ?hotes or either of them.
S. C. SCOTT, P. M.
Colliers, S. C., June 3 2t 21
F oun d,
O~N the 6th May, a PORT MONEY, contamning
a emall sum of money, and a few papers. The
owner is requested to come forwar4, prove proper
ty, paffor advertising this notice, and take it away.
Call upon the Undersigned near Red Bank Church.
W. H. ETBERIDGE.
June 3, Sto 21
Mountain Dew Whaiskey.
I AM now receiving on Consignment from Green
ville District, a few barrels pure sweet Mash
W HISKEY--said to be from the best Distillery in
the State. Call in and examine.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
Hamburg, May 27 . f 20s
FROM the residence of the Subscriber, ner
.Graniteville, on the 11th inst., a small hay
horse MULE, between 10 and 12 years old. No
particular scars or marks recollected.
Any one delivering said Mule to me at my resi
dence, will be liberally rewarded for their trouble,
or any information thankfully received.
Graniteville May 26, 1857. tf 20
Fresh Salmon, Oysters, ke,
JUST received another fresh supply of fine Cove
UOysters, in cans, Salmon, Lobsters and No 1.
Sardnes-all put up according to " Gunter," and
are bound to. prove palatable to every lover of eta
good dishes. For sale by W. B. LEGG.
May 20 St 19,