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SPRING & SUMER OPENING
.ISS 1W. P. MATHEWS, Augusta
Ga., having just returned from New York
respectfully calls the attention of her former friendi
and patrons, e well as strangers visiting the city
to her stock of SPRING and SUMMER
HATS, DRESS CAPS, HEAD DRESSES,
Riding Hats, French Flowers,
which she opened on the 1st inst , at her new store,
oposite the Masonic Hall, formerly occupied by
Ward & Burchard. . Also, a full assortment of
Children's HATS; Lace, Silk and Mourning
MANTILLAS, Drss TRIMMINGS, Ladies'
SKIRTS, CORSETS AND HOOPS
of every description. Misi MATHEWS returns
thanks to her numerous friends and customers for
their past patronage, and solicits a continuance ol
. the same. All orders attended to promptly.
M. P. MATHEWS.
Augusta, Apr 5 2m* 13
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
. M. M1A (a (0o5%
A RE GETTING in a splendid Stock of Goods,
LI. and invite all who need any article in their
line to call and examine them. Our Stock consists
in part of
Side Stripe Casinere CO ATS and SACKS, with
PANTS and VEST to match;
S'Black Cloth and Cashmeret FROCKS and
SACKS, and PANTS;
Black Barathea and Grenadine Silk VESTS, (a
light article for spring.
Brown, White and Check Side-stripe LINEN
and MARSEILLES Coats, Pants and Vests, &c.
A large lot of FURNISHING GOODS;
Marseilles White and Colored SHIRTS;
DRAWERS, SOCKS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
COLLARS, GLOVES,TIES and SUSPENDERS.
BOYS' SUMMER CLOTHING,
All sizes and Prices!
Tailoring-Clothing made to Order.
Our stock of fashionable CLOTHS, Black, Plue,
Brown and Claret, have arrived, together with a
beautiful assortment of side-stripe CASSIMERE
for pants; side-stripe LINENS and Marseilles for
pants; Rich Silk and Marseilles Patterns for Vests.
All of which Mr. JOHN KENNY will be pleased
to show and make up to order, warranted to fit and
please or no sale.
JOHN K. MORA & CO.,
Successors to J. 1. Keteby & Co.
Under U. S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Apr5 tf 13
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC, &c., &c.
THE Subscriber after returning thanks to their
friends in EDGEFIELD and adjoining Dis
tricts, for their liberal patronage during the last
ten years, would inform them that they still con
tinue to keep on hand a large assortment of
from the celebrated manufactories or RAVEN BAg
CON & CO., HAZELTON, BROS., and A. 11.
GALE & CO., New York. for whom they are sole
Agents. These Instruments having already won
such far famed celebrity, itjis only necessary for us
to repeat that for strength, durability and finish,
together with powcer, depth, stsretniess and soft
-ness of tone, they challenge competition. Persons
wanting a snperior
would do much better to call and select from a large
*assortment, than by dealing with Pedlars and Agents
~of inferior makers, where they have no choice, and
*have often to psy higher prieces for interior Instru
ments, than fine ones of superior makers can be
bought for. Every PIANO FORTE sold by us is
warranted in every respect, so the purchaser runs
no risk whatever. Persons ordering from a distance
from its can depend upon getting a GOOD AR
TICLE, as we make itsa point to keep goods of the
best quality and such as we can recommend and
warrant in every respect.
Their stock of MUSIC is v'ery large and they
are constantly receiving nil new pieces as they are
Published. GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS of
the best quality always on hand.
They would also call attention to their large
School and Miboellaneouls Books, Stationery
. . Bank Books,
and other articles.-ALSO
Always on hand the largest assortment in th~e State
of GUITA RS, VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS,
FLUTES, FLAGEOLETS, YIOLIN BOWS,&c ,
and every article of Musical M1erehandise.
Carhart's and Needhamn's and Prince's celebrated
ACCORDEONS and VIOLINS repaired in the
All of the above articles sold at low prices for
C'ah or City acceptances by
GEO. A. OATES & BROTIIER.
.Broad Street, Agusta Ga., between U. S., and
A pril 7 1858 tf 13 -
NEW DRUG AND SEED STORE.
M Y Friends in Edgefield and surrounding coun
try, are informed that I have opened a Drug
and Seed Store, and would be happy to supply them
with any thing in my line. Orders filled with dis
When I ,hall have completed my arrangements,
I Intend the
"SOUTHERN SEED STORE."
To be a thing to brag on. I have cultivated a mar
ket gardlen for ten years, so that when I recom
mend a seed to come up, I mean that its roduction
will be good, for many will do this. and yet be
- worthles.V. LaTASTE.
.Augusta, Ga., April 6 5t 13
-NEW SPRING GOODS !
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Tj'HOS. P. LARUS, Augusta, Georgia, has
Ithis day received a large lot of SPRING
GOODS, and will continue to do so through the
summer, consisting in part of
Ladies' Silk F.xed CONGR ESS GAITERS,
*do do do do
do Glove Kid Congress do
do Colored TIPT do
.do Black ,do do
.do Fine Philadelphia Kid and Morocco SLIP
* Misses' Fixed Kid-Top KUS'SUThI BOOTS.
do Kid and Morocco SLIPPERS and TIES,
Children.' SHOES, of every des.cription,
Mens' Calf Opera PUM P BOOTS,
do - Goats H EE LED INVINCIBLES,
do Patent W. S. PUMIPS and Oxford TIES
*do.a Goats B. S. do
do Calf B.S. do
do , Kid Congress GAITERS,
do Calf do do
Boys' do do do
With a variety too numerous to mention. Call
and look, as I have attentive Clerks who will be
glad to show the Goods. -
Augusta, Geo., April 5 tf 13
BY Virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to mc dli
jrected, I will proceed to sell at Edgefield C
H.g on the first Monday and Tuesday in May next
the following property to wit:
J. 5. Smyly vs. John Stidham, one Tract o
Iid, containingt two hundred and fourteen acres
msire or less, adjoining lands of Robt. Bryan, Sr
and other lands of the said John Stidham and oth
Kers.. :Terms Cash.
JAMES EIDSON, s.uo.
-gpriIO 18 8 4t 12
N- OTICE is hereby given to the heirs and di,
itributees'of John Thrailkill, dee'd., that a set
tlement on said estate will be made in the Ordinary
Ofie, at Edgefleld C. H., on the first Tuesday 1
--FRANCIS THR AILKILL, Adm'or.
.Apirfl 6, 1858 3me 13
N OTICE TO PARIUERB!-[ am no
reelving THREE THOUSANI) POUND:
of pure Leaf and Twism Havanna TOBACCO, whie
will beiold low to Farmers for plantatIon use. Cai
aitS naase . E. BOWERS, Age.
llantbuv.,Anril6 i f IS
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
W. R. & T. S. HUDSON
MASONIC & ODD FELLOW'S BUILDING,
Edgefield, s. C',
ARE now receiving one the of LARGEST and
nMOST ATTRACTIVE Stocks of
Ever offiered in Edgefield, embralbg all the new
fabrics and designs in Dress Goods.
Fine Muslin ROBES;
Fine Embrodered Swiss Muslin ROBES;
" Barege ROBES;
Beautiful BERAGES and TISSUES*
Rich Printed Organdie and Jaconet MiSLINS
Fine BOMB AZINES and CHALLIES -
DELAINES, rare in pattern, and very ceap;
ALPACAS and Frenoh BRILLIANTS;
English, French and American PRINTS
1 64 " GINGHAMS;
IRISH LINENS. Table Cloths, Damasks, Nap
kins, Diapers, Towels and Sheetings ;
Black Lace and Mourning MANTILLAS, in
great variety ;
Plain and Dotted Swiss, Jaconet, Mull, Nain
sook. Tarlton, Plaid and Striped MUSLINS ;
EMBROIDERIES and HANDKERCHIEFS in
every variety and quality;
HOSIERY and GLOVES for Ladies, Gentle
men and Children, in English; French and
BONNETS, HATS and CAPS, beautiful in
design, of all qualities, and cheap;
LINEN and COTTON GOODS for Men and
Bleached and unbleached SHEETINGS and
SlURTINGS, all qualities;
Ladies' and Misses P A R A S O L S and SUN
SH ADES, a large assortment;
HOOP SKIRTS of all dimensions and in great
variety of style:
BOOTS, SHOES, Bridles, Saddles, Whips, &c.
-A. Ias 0
A large and complete assortment of CROCKERY,
GLASS and WOODEN WARE.
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
A large stock just received, consisting in part of
Nails, Hoes, Axes. Cast and Wrought Butte, &c.
COLT'S REPEATERS, five, six and eight inch
Fine RAZORS, Table Cutlery, &c.
CARPENTERS' TOOLS of every variety.
COFFEE,SUGAR, TEA, MOLASSES,
Cheese, Soap, Candles,
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, &c.
-A L S O
A great many other articles usually kept in a
tfrAll we ask is an examination of our Stock
before 'purchasing. Our prices have been put
down to crrespond with the times.
W %V. R. & T. S. HUDSON.
0- N. B.-Groceries sold entirely for casb.
April 7 tf 13
Mount Enor Work Shop,
T HE universal satisfaction that the work done
by the subscriber has heretofore given, en
courages him to hope that for the future he will be
equally successful. He is better prepared every
year to do better work, and he does not hesitate to
say that the
COTTON GINS AND THRASHEIRS
made by him are equal to any now offered for sale.
Many testimonials of this fact might be given.
Work kept constantly on hand, and orders exe
cated at the shortest notice. A ddress,
THOMAS E. CHIAPMAM,
Coleman's X Roads, Edgefield Dist. S. C.
April 6 1858 tt 13
9-r REGIM ENT, S. C. M., )
Tcias PoNDo, A pril 5, 1858. j
T HE LOWER BATTALION of this Regiment
will aseemb!e at RED HILL, on Saturday 24th
April, armed and equipped as the law directs.
The UPPER BATTrALION will assemble at
SH INBURG on Tuesday 27th April, armed and
equipped r~a the law directs.
The Conunissioned and non-Commissioned 051
eems will asmble thse da. aroviou. for drill and
Lient. Ccl. CoarLEY and Msj. BuaroN are charged
with the extension of this order to their respective
gg The Staff are hereby ordered to appear in
By order of Col. J. W. TOMPKINS.
A prilS158 3t 13
7-rn REGIVIENT, S. C. M.,
Cnsvcs's CREEK, April 6, 1858.
r iE UPPER BATTALION of this Regiment
Iwill assemble at PIN E HOUSE, on Saturday
the 1st of May, armed and equipped as the law
I he LOWER BATT ALiON will assemble at
CHEROKEE PONI)S on saturday the 8th of May,
armed and equipped as the law directs.
The Commaissioned and non-Comamissioned Oml
ers will assemble the day previous for drill and
Lieut. Col. L~raaArND and Maj. SnAW are chtarged
with the extension of this order to their re.-pective
t' The Staff are hereby ordered to appear ia
By or der of Col. D. L. SHIAW.
F. M. COr~saA, A dj't.
A pril 6 1858 5t 13
7vn REGIMEN T, S. C. M.,
Ctur.vuE'q CR E E, A pril 6, 1858.
ORD ER, NO
T lIE Hlaw Gap Beat Company are hereby or
dered to be and appear at their muster ground
at James Reynolds' spring, near Locust Jill, on
Saturay the 24th A1pril, fcr the purpose of holding
an Election for Captain of said company, to fill the
vacney occasoned by the promotion of Capt. T.
By order of Col. D. L~. SIIA W.
WALRI LAsntA, Lieut. Com'ding Company.
A pril 7 1858 3t 13
BY Vi rtue of an order from the Ordinary, I
.3will proceed to sell at the late residence of
Thomas F. Coleman, deceased, in this District, on
Thursdasy the 2?d day of A pril instant, the bulk of
the personal Eatte of said deensed, consisting of
Seveuatecli Likely' Negroecs,
among them an excellent plantation Black Smith,
sEVEN OR EIGHT HUNDRED BUSilELS
a eniderable amont of Fodder. Cotton Seed,
Shucks, Horses, Mules, Stock of Cattle and Hogs,
Bllaksmith Tools, Plantation Utensils, 2 Buggies
and 3 Wagons, one of them entirely new.
T rms of sale cash for all sums under ten dollars,
and for all sums over ten dollars, a credit until the
25th daty of Deccember next. The purchase money
to be secured by notes with approved sureties.
WILLIAM A. STROTHIER, Adm'r.
A pril 6 1858 3t 13
EXECUTrOB'S NOTICE--All persons
.having demands against the Estate of JTames
Yeldell, deceased, are requested to hanud thema in to
the undersigned on or before the fifteenth day of
May zaext, as a settlement of said estate will be
made about that date.
JOSEPH L. TALBERT, Ex'ors.
.JASPER H. 'YELDELL.'
AprilS 6 18.8 3t5 13
TE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
BY W. F. DUJRISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield
Wheisreas~, Watson hath applied to me for
Letters of Administration on all and singular the
-aos and ehattles, rights and credits of James W.
Warren, late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kmndred and creditors of the said deceas
ed, to be and appear h'efore me,at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
. II., on the 19th day of April inst., to show~
cause, ifany, why the said administration shoulhinot be
ner myhand and seal, this 5th dlay of April,
n h aro u Lord one thousand eight hiudred
Sand fifty-eight and in the 82nd year of Amaericai
ildepedence. W F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
SPRING AND SUMME.
C.E P |EP 01. CA 'E3
JAMES HENEY, Augusta, Ga., has ju
returned from the Northern markets with
superior stock of -
Fancy and Domestic Goods,
Comprising some of the newest styles, as well a
the finest texture of DRESS GOODS, to whicl
he wishes to call the attention of all persons visitin
Augusta, pledging himself that he will permit ni
one to undersell him, and is confident that he cai
sell at least from 5 to 10 per cent. cheape
than any other CASH STORE in the City. Hi
and those in his employment will fetel a pleasure it
waiting on those who favor him with a call ; and a
they will of necessity have to examine the stock
of the city in order to find the best value, he hopei
they will bear in mind his store, which is one dooi
above the Georgia Railroad Bank.
CALL AND SEE HIS STOCK!
Study your interests ! Nobody compelled to buy
Everybody waited on with pleasure !
ALL STYLES-VERY LOW.
Printed Lawn, Organdie and JACONETS, all
varieties and very cheap;
Printed Lawn, Organdie and Jaconet ROBES,
Printed Lawn BAREGES and GRENADINES;
A lar.ge lot of GINGHAMS and CALICOES;
Swiss, Jaconet and Mull MUSLINS;
A splendid stock of EMBROIDERED Goods;
Summer SHAWLS and MANTILLAS.
ts to be found all that is novel, never having boen
better supplied with all that is desirable in
BONNETS, HEAD DRESSES,
&c., &c., &e.
Shleetings, Stairtiugs & Osnaburgs.
IRISH LINENS; TABLE LINENS and
TOWELLINGS; Musquito NETTINGS;
Bed SPREADS, FRINGES; &e.
A full supply of HOSIERY, &a.. &e, &e.
Augusta, April 5 tf - 13
New Spring and Summer Goods
E. PENN, Agcnt,
now reoivina and opening a VERY CHOICE
and BEAUTIFUL Stock of
Spring asad Suaunner Goods,
purchased at low prices in New York, Ph'ladelphia,
Baltimore and Charleston.
His Stock will embrace every variety and sty le
of Goods suited to the seasons, and will be so'd at
prices that will nut fail to give entire satisfaction.
The public are respectfully invited to call and ex
amine his stock.
March 30 tf 12
GRAY & TURLEY,
EG toannounce to their cnstomers and the
public that they now have in store, and are
daily receiving a very extensive anl choice selec
ioni of spring and stummer
e wish it to be rememblered that we still have a
esident purchaser at t ho North, from whom~ we
eceive daily the Latest, Imported Fashions.
We solicit country merchants, buying for cash,
o call anid examine our stock, and ascertain our
rices. To such we are prepared to ofihr superior
nducements. Below we mention some of the
most fashionable, as also some of the leading ar
ticles in each department.
Rich Chintz Chena Bayadore Silks; Rich Chintz
aye d'A quille Silks; R-ch Moire A ntique Black
ud Colored Silks; Bischoff's Celebrated Black
inki great ..riy Macj n a Florec
ewing Silk Robes; Chalhic, Darege d'Laino and
areae Robes; Printed Lawn; Printed Brillante;
hallies, Barege d'Laine, Bareges, ..rape Maretz.
rape d'Paris, Canton Cloth, Bomibazine, Alai'aca,
c., &c., &c.
'Hosiery and Embroideries.
Ladies' Hose, in Cotton, Silk and Linen.
Misses' do do do do
Gents' & do do .do do
Ladies' Gloves, in Kid, Silk and Litien, and Silk
5,0010 Embroidered Bands, in Jaconctt, Swiss
5,000 Embroidered Collars and Sctts, in Jaco
net, Swiss and Mull.
Edginns and Inasertings in creat variety.
Embroidered Linen Canmbric Handkerchiefs, in
Embroidered Mluslin and Lace Curtainis.
do do for Ladies dresses.
Plain Jaconet and Swiss Mu.-lins.
Nainsook, Mull and Book do
Printed Brillante and French C ..mbric Mantillas,
Shawls, Scarfs, &c., in great variety, and very
D O ME ST I C s.
5 cases Brownt Shirtings, e6* cents.
5 do White do C4 cents.
1,000 pieces Calicoes, fast colors, 64 cents.
All the favorite brands of
American' Onlicocs anid Shirtings,
At low prices; a very handsomec lot of Qinghiams,
in Black and Colored.
2,000 Counterpanes, from $1 25 to $10 each.
5 cascs 11-4 shecting, best quality 31 cents.
5 do Bed Ticking, Apron Checks, Furniture
est Irish Linen Damask, 50 to 81 50.
do do do Napkins and Doylies, $1 to S4 50.
do do do Table Clcoths.
(10 do do For Shirt Fronts, 05 to $1 50.
Plain and Fancy Linens for Gentlemen and
Boys' wear, from 181 to 75 cents per yard.
Ribbons ; Lutes, Satin and Velvet ; Furnlturc
and Dress Fringes; Parasnls; Ho:op Skirts: Fansi
Hair Brushes; Combs; Fancy Soaps, &c., &c.
Augusta, Mlar 31 tf 10
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
W. D. Jennings,
vs Foreign Attachment.
C. P. Carlcy.
?THIE Plaintif's in the above stated eases, having
.this dany filed their.Deelarations in amy Oflie
and the Defendants having neither wie nor At
tirneys known to reside within the limits of thi:
State, on whom copies of said Deelarmations witi
rules to plead can be servedl, On motion of Messri
Carroll & Bacon, Plaintin's' Attorney, Ordered th
said Defendants appear und plead to said D~eelaram
tion within a year and a day from thme date herco'
or final andt absolute judgemnent will be givet
against them. TH OS. G. BA CON, e c 3 0.
My 22. 1857. ly 25
S OAP! SOA P !-Jus't received a few Bo,:
of Austrian Erasive SOAP, whlichm will rei
move the dirt with alacrity,'cause the bkin to fet
soft and delightful, and will in fact, make mnot
anybody feel like a genttleuman. .ELEG
Mar 10 __ _ _f 10
ALL piersons indebted to the estate of Dani
ABoone,'dee'd., are requested to make immued
ate payment, and all persons having demnant
against, thme same are hereby notified to preset
them piroperly attested.
L. P. BOONE,' Adm'r
PETER OUZT. ~mos
Dec. 23,1857. tf 50.
R ANAWAY on the 19th inst., my Bu
SPENCER. 11e is about 21 er 22 years oh,
of brown or Indian color, with straight hair. lHe
supposed to be lurking about in Edgelield Distric
S. C., in thme neighborhood of Mr. Meriwether's,
about the city of A ugusta. I will give the ab"
reward if he is confined in the Augusta Jail, or d
ivere-6itme in Columbia county, Ga , or to W. I
THOMAS in H~amburg. IAA RA S .
March 30 2t 12
1858, SPRING EKPOSITION! 1858,
SPRING IM RTATIONS
OF FIRST CLASS S T PLE AND FANCY
DRY . OOD S!
Silks, Grenadines, , Challls, ][us.
lins, Embroideri osier, Linens
and Dom '=
And the usual line of G kept in a first class
Dry Goods store.
Ladies will find in our tensive stock the great
est assortment, in each ofthe above departments,
ever exhibited in A ugus4 Our great facilities
for obtaining GOODS fro, Auction and large Im
porters, are such as to ename our customers that
they may make their. ptr.hases from us at the
very lowest prices; andimany leading articles
much below the market vOe.
Our Northern, Eastern aid European Corres
pondents will send us wee)* throughout the sea
son, all that is New, Novel did Stylish, in the way of
- Dress Goods afl Embroideries.
Our House claims the eseial attention of Stran
gers and Visitors, as only be price is asked, and
all Goods are niarked in plin figures; therefore,
inexperienced purchasers te not over charged.
Ladies will always receir kind and courteous
attention-it will afford outslalesmen pleasure to I
show Goods. DICKW & PRIBBS.
P. S.-Sole Southern Apats for John White
side & Co.'s celebrated IRIH LINENS.
Augusta, Mar 29 tf 12
THOMAS J IOGARTY,
DRUGGIST & A OTHECARY,
- UNDER THE AUGSTA HOTEL, t?
Broad Street, Angsta, Georgia, e
W OULD respectfully cathe attention of Plan
ters, Merchauts.and hysicians to his fresh s1
and unadulterated stock of
Drugs, Medicines Ind Chemicals, i
AND ALL OTHER ARTILES IN HIS LINE. a
I feel assured that no Howe in this City or else- 0
where can offer a stock suerior in GENUINE- U
NESS. PURITY, or on tore REASONABLE v
T ERMS. &
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED ! 0
All officinal preparationsaut up under the su
pervision of graduates of LE London and Dublin
Colleges of Pharmacy, anin strict conformity t
with the formularies of theUnited States Phar- ei
macopcia.-My stock of
FANCY ARTICLES, PERUMERY, SOAPS,
H4r, Tooth, Paint an Wall Brushes,
&c., &c., we.,
is at all times complete. I 'uld also call atten
tion to my stock of.
Paints, Oils, Glass, Ptty, Varnishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BUlING FLUID, &C,,
which I promise to sell 10 Ir cent LOWER than
any House in this City. -
Any article sold by me, which does not give r
satisfaction, the mont-y willbe returned and ex
pences paid in all cases. p
Agent for Sherman's Ptent Truwis, and tli
the only -!pot for genuinesweedish LEECHES d
in the City. I
rg7-Soliciting a visit be ro purchasing .else- A
where, I feel confident tintthe inducements of
fered both in lowness of frie and punctuality in
attending to orders, wilI eiro a piortioni of your
trade. j/ r
Rf Remember my Stde Is under the Augusta 51
Htel, A ugusta, Ga. ti
TiH OM.I I. FOG AR TY.
Agusta, March 30 ly 12 s
Edgefield Festle Collegiate
ft 'HE Exercises of thi!Institute will commence a
I Otn the FIRST DA of-March next under 1~
the mianagementt of d (
MISS MI. CLAKE. i
These Ladies come to u highly recommended t<
as ladies of refinenietnt an Scholarship, and with a
strong testimonials of tlhtr competency, experi- t<
ence anmd eficiency as Tenhers..
' he Proprietors feel we assure,1 that the Insti
tute, under the managemet of these Ladies, wil
be ell conducted, and wI aflbrd educational fa- it
cilities equal to those ofany Institution it thte
The Scho'astic year is 6-ided into two sessions p
of fie tmonth~s ,ach. Thdirst Session will end
ot the 16th July. The se-nad will commtenee on t
the 2td day of "August anaend on the lith day '
The RATES OF T UTTDlN are as follows: f
In the Primary Departmetn includin'! Spel- d
ling, Readitng, Writing, .rithmetic, Eng-d
lish Gramnmar, Geograph, and Vocal Mu
si, per~ Sessionl.......... ..- ..-- . - $-- 9 250
In the Collegiate Departmer, including Read
ing, Writing, Etng. Grarnnar, Geograp~hy,
Natural Phtilosophly, Chetistry, Geomte-ry,
Algebra, Logic, Rhetori, Eng. Compusi.
tion and Vocal Music, pr Session,.-- 2.0,0
French (Extra) per tFessm............10,00
In the Ornamental Departtunt, o0
For Music on Piano, poriession.... ......5,
For Drawing and Paintig in Water Col
ors, pert Session,...........-....--0,00
For Needle Work, Etnbsidery, &c. pr ses 5,00
Students of Music on the Piano-xill be charged
$- per~ Session for u-c of lbno, to pay expense of
keepinu jutstrumtents in tun.
Each pupil will be chargd $1.50 per Session to
defray contingent expetnses for fuel, &c...
The Institute will be furished with three Pi
anos in three separate room of the Institute build
ing for the use of thte pup1il.
Vrocal Music is deemed lr thte Proprietors to be
a necessary part of every yung lady's education,
hetnce singing is made a pat of the regular exer
cises of the Institute, and tae whole Schfool will be
exercised in Vocal music a often as twice a week.
W. V. ADAMlS,
S. V. NICIIOLSON.
Edgfield, S. C,, Feb 23, .858. f
T H E~ Exercises of these lnstitutions will be re
.sumed on the first Moiday in February next,
under the supervision of :lr. JAMES MOlRIS
in the Female, and A. P. B'JTLER, Esq., in the
Mr. Mona's has had ninenr ten years experience
in teaching ; and came to this place highly reeom
mended by those for whon he had taught, anl
others, and a year's experietee here has provent he
Iis entitled to the high testionials bestowed upon
him and we cheerfully antd zonmfidentialltiy commend
him to the public as one we1 calculated to advance
puils entrusted to his care. He will also super
vse the most advanced puiihs in the Male depart
r'. RUTLrri's capabilitiesto teach and manage
are so well known that we leem it unnecessary to
say anything in regard to h-a merits.
Prof. BA RKl.EY will instruet in Music and
French. H~e is reputed to le a thoroug~h French
R ates of 'luilton.
-Primary Branches, per Session,.9,
S eond Clams - -'. . - "
tThird Class " -- ... 15,00
Fourth Class " "".80 , 00
French, extra - -"-.. -.-2 ,00
Music, . - '-- 250
Contingent expenses" II A.S50,'e'y
1Jan (1 tf 52
liE Exercises of this institution will be re
sumed on MONDAY 25th January 1868, un
der the control and instruction of Mr. GEORGE
- Classical Department per Session.1.. 0 0
English , " " 1 50
Elementary " - " 750
y Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, Surveying and
l, 1ookkeepingPctia andTheoretical-belong
is to the Classical Departmentt, and are charged ac
co iNgl.1.Every kind of dIssipation is stricily for.
e bidden By the rules of thei School, all offenders art
-expelled or suspended witout benefit of clergy.
J. W- HARRISON, President.
.3. SHEPPARD, Trse..
W. T. WEST.
a.. 13 Sm 1
SPRING TRADE OF 185
BANCROFT, LEMAN & CO.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN DRY GOO1
King and Market Sts., Charleston, S. C
, GREEABLY to our usual custom, we ag,
.ZX wait upon our customers, and buyers of d
goods generally, with our circular for spring trai
During the past season, we have been passl
through one of the most seriou3 anil embarrassi
commercial revolutions ever known, and numb,
of the oldest and best firms in the land have be
obliged to yield to tho storm. As we keep i
travelers, and do no drumming, at home orabros
it becomes, under all these circumstances, qui
necessary to say, that we ire now opening, ar
prepared to show one of our most choice and be
selected stocks of rich and elegant
FRENCH, GERMAN, I'SWISS, AND
nmadgalm UDW Ga co m
All of our own importation; together with oi
usual assortment of
Staple and Domestic Fabrics.
We beg to repeat, that no single house in thi
,ountry can ofler greater attractions, so far as re
ards extent of stock and low prices. Our stoc
s always one of the largest covered by one roo
n the United States. Our facilities for the im.
iortation and sale of goods are second to none, ani
rith our present terms, we are prepared to sel
oods to the best buyers, as low as sold by the
losest houses in the trade, in any market.
Our stock is full and complete all through the
'ear, and offers in this respect, superior induce
ents to the home trade to supply themselves fre
ently through the season, either in person or by
A yoar azo we MatlrtfnvI 0a nlan of selling goods
nly for cash or city acceptance, and we inaseniad
bundant evidence in this time, that it is the most
.tisfactory mode, both for the buyer and seller.
y this plan, we can sell goods at the smallest
>ssible profit, as no risks are taken; the buyer of
idoubted credit and means is not charged an ex
a profit, to pay for the losses always made, when
>ods are sold upon the usual long and general
All we ask of any good merchant is, that he
all look at our stock, and compare our prices
th the current prices where general cr'ts are
ven. We beg buyers not to be deteri from
oking in upon us because they may be told we
e a "Retail House." It is quite true we do o.1e
the largest retail trades done in the U. Stat5,
)on our first floor, but it is equally true, we do 4
ry extensive jobbing trade upon the three upper
)ors of our warehouse, and with the best class
buyers that visit any market.
We Do No Drumnuming
our stock, and the prices at which we are able
sell goods, is not sufficient inducement for buy
s to visit us. we have no others to offer.
Our terms are cash, with a discount of six per
nt., or six months, with city accelta*'ce.
BANCROFT, LEMAN & CO.,
mar31 10 tf Charleston, S. C.
Friday, 23rd daty of April 18,58!
HE undersigned are agai:i under the disagree
able necessity of informing their friends and
trons that owing to the dull sale of tickets for
e last month they are compelled to defer the
-awing of their Lottery, (Relief for Hard Times) to
riday, the 23rd day of April next.
#hich time the Scheme will positively be drawn.,
wohethser the Tickrts are all disposed of or nmot.
They ask the indulgence of those who have al
ady bought tickets for another short month, as
ring them that at the expiration of that time
ey shall be relieved of further suspense.
For the benefit of persons who have not seen the
~heme, we give a synqpsis of it:
PRIZ E No. 1 is a beautiful new Rosewood Piano,
otaves, elabprat.-ly carved, Pearl Keys and in
d with pearl, $050. No. 2 to No. 151 inclus!ve,
e each entitled to a Ten Dodlar Bill. No. 162, is
likely Negr-o Man, 3-5 yoars of age. $1,000. No.
i3, a valuable Negro Woman and her five chmil
-en, rangina from S years of age to an infant,
This Scheme presents unprecedented induce
ents to those who wish to invest in such an en
prise, as there is not a particle of Ihumbug
out it, and those who draw will never have cause
regret the investument.
THE PLAN OF DRAWING,
Six hundred and fifteen numbers will be placed
the wheel and one hundred and fIfty-three drawn
it the first drawn number taking Pr-ize No.1I,
c'second, Prize No. 2, and so- on until the 153
~izs are all dIrawn...
.- lPersons at a distance who wishm to imvest im
s splendid Scheme can he acconmmodited with
ekets by3 inclosing $10) to the undersigned
hemes will be mmaied to those who wish them,
ce of postage.
g-Lists of the drawing will be furnished th~e
ovrzafter the Lottery is drian.
'L.sRISON & PITTS, mnagers.
Columbus, Ga., Ma.L ch 30) 1858 4t 12
AX COLLECTO)R'S NOTICE.
WILL attend at the times anmd )places hereian
.after specified to colleet the Staute andI District
'x for the year commeneinig thme first day of Oc
t Mrs. Norris Thursday, 18th March.
Mt. Willing, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
Niker's, Friday, lth Mlarch.
Richardsor.'s Saturday, 20th -
Ridge, Moniday, 22nd' "
C. H. 'lunktt's, Same evening, 4 o'clock.
Graniteville, Tuesday, ':rM arch.
" Bechcl Island, Wednesday, 24th I "
" Hamburg, Thursday, 25th "
"C. & R. Blurnett's, Monday, '29th"
" Nikerson's, same- evening, 3' o'clock.
" "Copersville, Tuesday-, 30th March.
"Drn's Mls, Wednesday, 3lst"
" M'ore's, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
" .ttvenis' Store, Thursday, 1st April.
"Shatterficht, Friday, 2nd "
" Liberty ilill, 4aturday-, 3rd "
" White'House, Monday, 5th 4
"Rocky Ponds, Tuesday, 6th -"
" Mrs. Midleton's, same evening, 3 o'clock.
"lRed Hill1, Wednesday3, 7th "
"Collier's, Thursday, 8th 4
"Cherokee Ponds, Friday. 9th "
"Hamburg, Saturday, 10th "
"Richards'.n's, Tuesday, 13th "
"ColemanX Snaith's,WVed''~5y, 141th "
" Perry's X Roads, Thursday, 15th"
"Mrs. Rhinc-hart's, Friday, 16lth"
"Mickler's, Saturday, 17th "
"Dr. John Mobley's, MIonday, 19th"
"Dr. J. C. Ready's, Tuesday, 20th "
" Ridge, Wednesday, 21st "
"Ly b and's, Thursday, 22nd"
"Hatcher's, Friday, 23rd,"
"Graniteville, Saturday, 2lth"
" Reach Iland, Monday, Stith "
" Hainburg, Tuesday, Z7th "
" Howard's, Thursday, 29th '
" Cheatham's, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
" Pleasant Lane, Friday, :30th "
"J. S. Smyly's, Saturday, 1st May,
"Edgefleld U. 11. Monday and Triesday, 2d a~
"Mrs. Allen's, Thursday, 0th May,
A fter which time my- books will close for the pr
ent year. I hope all persons living in the con
try will try to mrn out at their respective preemu
ad not put, ofr their returns till the last days
the Court H ouse, as there is gener-ally such
crowd that it is almost impossible to do businm
Tax payers will bear in mind that the law
quires them to make their returnts by the time
books close, or they are subject to double tax,1
the collection of which 1 am required to issue
double Tlax Execution, leave it with the Sher
and take his receipt for the same with nie to(
lumbia. P'lease take due notice and govern yo
THEOPHILUS DEAN, T.C.E.D
Mar 10 hi
P)ENSIONS andi BOUNTY LAND CLAI
1procured, and Land Warrants bought,i
or located on liberal terms, and with despatch
TILLMAN H1. CLARE
Edgefield C. H., Mar 10, 3n1*1
TROM and after this date, I will sell my:
J TRDE Stock of Goods at COST FOR CA
B. C. BIRYA1
Ma r,5 4t 1
M W. GARY, Attorney at LAW and I
e licitor in EQ IITY, will practice in this a
the adjoining Districts.
S. Office. above B. C. BRYAN'S Store.
Dee 16 ly 49
tin S. B. GRIIFFIN,
e. Attormuiey at Taw,
g Will attend punctually to all business entrusted I
g his care.
Irs EDGFIELD C. H., Dec 2,1857. tf47
d, OMPKINS & BUTLER will attend to all b
to sliness in the Courts of Law for this and th
id adjoining Districts, that may be committed to thei
O'oe, Law Range, Edgefleld, S. C.
R. W. ToMPEus. M. C. BU'mar
a Dee9 tf 48
r HlE Subscriber having furnished himself with
rra license to use this NEW PROCESS of
INSERTDTG ARTDCIAL TEETH,
]a now ready to servo all who may need such, with
an assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a
closer resemblance to the natural organs, than can
be realized by any other method. Its perfect pu
rity, cleanliness, freedom from all taste, or galvanic
sensation, durability, comfort and security, are
among the advantages claimed for this SUPERIOR
mode of setting Artificial Teeth.
J..-. o-, tf 24
W. W. SALE,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
1. W. LYLES,
CH "ES CARTER,
E. B. FORE.
W. F. DURIS-,
_________-- I a
TIO S. J. & C. . o ISE,
SUCCESSORS TO L O
No. 7, Hayne St,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jan 27 ly 3
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
m~a nJOHN M. WITT, ]
Ne having ju st. re
turned from New York with a most COMETE.f
and MAGNIFICENT assortment of
Respectfully announces to his friends and ps~ p
that be is new prepared to 'exhibit as beakuj
and well manufactured an assortmentof CAB
and he flatters himself, with much tse.
ment,-was bought for CASH at reduce. g
ure, and consequen~tly will ho offered us LOWL
as can be afforded. My large assortment consists
in part of~
A splendid variety of fine and superfine
A rich lot-.all styles-Of Rosewood and Mahogany
RoseWood and Mahogany lbais
SECRET ARIES WITH BOOK CASES,
A beautiful collection of Rosewood and Mahogany
WASII SINKS OR STANDS,
A good stock of excellent spring bottom
Improved .styles of Rosewood and Mahogany
FOLDING IRON BEDSTEADS,
A unique and rare assortment of
Maoganly and Rosewood Tables,
Consisting of P.\RLOR, CARD, TEA, EXPAN
SION and Ladlies WORK TADLES, such as must
please the best judges of the good and beautiful.
Toilet Stands with Glass,
-A lot of
Corner Stands and Portable Desks,
A variety of fine
An unusually large assortment of
Comiprising Solid Mahogany spring bottom Rock.
iig Chairs; Spring bottom solid Mahogan'y -Parlor
Chairs; Cane seat Maple Rocking and Parlor
Chairs ; a small lot of Prescott Oak Chairs; Cbil
dren's, Nurse's and Sewing Chairs, and Children's
Work Baskets, Fancy Boxes and Ladies'
Work Boxes, Children's Bureaus,
Spool Stands, Bird Cages,
Dough Pins, &c., &c.
This Stock, which commands the admiration of
all who have kindly visited my new Store; was, a~
above stated, purchased on reasonable prices, and
Iwill e sold astonishuingly LOW FOR CASH. And
I would here state that circumstanices, with which
all arc well acquainted, renders it necessary that
should adopt the C ASh SYST EM and strictly ad
here to it, otherwise I cannot carry on my business,
An examination of my Stock Is solicited. Bette1
bargains are not to be had in Augusta or any
other Southern City.
R ep a irin g, &ce,
I continue to make to order any FURNITURI
wanted, and also to repair all old Furniture sent
Send along your work and it shall be done ina
SI bespeak a liberal shar of publi patron
ag uly1, tf 25
LOUR AND CORN MEAL--Can 1
d~had at my house for Cash.
Leather-arnes, Sole, Upper, Ki&sHS.
NOTICE,-All those indebted to S. E. Boy
SN ers, Aent, will pleasesettle, as I am de.
rous of making a change in business. No oths
.~orders will be attended to without the Cash.
ny S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
rHamburg, Mar 29 tf 12
Boot and Shoe MHanufactury I
-T'HE Subscriber respectfn1ly informs the ei
izens of Edgefield and particular his c
friends and patronis that ho is still at his old star
__next the A dvertiser Ofilce, with a good stock
BOOTS A MD SHOES,
Embracing a fine variety of Gonts' and Ladi
oldWalking SHIOEa, Fine Pump Soled, Welted al
by Wateroof BOOTS which he will sell LOW FC
byCAS. lHe is also prepared to make to ordert
Sfinest article of Boots, ~shoes and Gaiters that I
- been offered for sale In this market.
Term, Cah. N. McEVOY, Agent,
I! g N. B. An apprentice wanted to learn
.. Boot and Shoe trade.
New Spring GeoeIs
WRIGHT, ALEXANDER & CO.
GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING,
BROAD ST., AUGUBTA, GA.
now opening one of the largest and most
NEW SPRING GOODS
ever offered In Augusta, embracing all the newest
fabrics and designs In Dress Goods.
Robes DeQuille, Odalisque and Flounced ROBES,
In Silks, Twisted Silks, Be"egeu and Muslin.,
r Black and Colored, Plain and Fancy SILES in
BERAGES, TISSUES, Printed Organdi and hac
BOMBAZINES,Challi, DeLAINES, ALPACAS,
DeBEGES, French BRILLIANTS;
English, French and American PRINTS;
GINGHAM S, &c.. &c.;
Our Stock of LINEN Goods will be found very
desirable, embracing super Irish Linens, PHiow
Case Linens, Table Cloths, Damasks, Napkins1
Diapers, Towels and Sheetings;
Stella, Merino, and Berage SHAWLS, Scarf -
Chantilly Lace and Mourning MANTILLAS, a
Plain and Dotted Swiss, Jaconet, Mull, Nainsooky
Tarlton, Plaid and Striped MUSLINS -
EMBROIDERIES and HANDKERCHIEFS in
every variety of style and quality ;
HOSIERY and GLOVES for Ladies, Gentleine
and Children, in English, French and Germaui
Corded, Grass and every variety of Steel- pring.
LINEN and COTTON GOODS for Men and Boys
Dimity,' Damasks, Curtain Muslins, MarselIes
Bleached and Unbleached Shoetings and Shin
all qualities; .
Osnaburgs, Marlboro' and Georgia Plaids and
Stripes, Tickings, Checks, and a full assortment:
of Staple Goods. We invite anexamination o
our Stock. Our Goods will be found as reprermnt
ed in quality, prices reasonable, and terms ao.
Augusta, Mar 16 6t 10
NEW GOODS FOR 18581
SPRING AND SUMMER SUPPLIE
I AM now receiving my Spring supplies of.
Goods, Groceries, &c., &e., which, in poe
quality and cheapness, will compare favorably ;
the Goods offered by the merchants of Haint
nd Augusta. u
My stock of Dry Goods consists of almost overy
Ladies' Dress Goods,
)f the most fashionable styles and of all uales
Uso, a fine assortment of seasonable Goos for.
Gentlemen and Youth's Weaar.
Also, a large variety of
BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &0
In the GROCERY line I amprepared to ollir
uch inducements as must please my customers.
ly stock consists of an assortment of
Sugar, Cofree, Tea, Molasses,-ae.
Also, always on hand TOBACCO, 8E AAS
NUFF, W I N E S, BRANPIES, PU RE
1E DICINES, ejc.
L"' Come and look at my Swock.
J. L hARMN.
J. IL- 1ABRWOl
Winter Seat, Mar 22 tf -
l'E PAPER FOR THE RILLION
ONLY FOUR DOLLARS Pi!RAIuN
.I'LISUED IN AUGUSTA, A.,
~' sudBy S. A. Atkinson.'. -
8 sudin the evening, and goes lnto~e -n .
.nor by the four o'clock (P. M'Ytrih,\6
ently it must contain TE LAT?EST1(N
arkets of this 'country 'and Edlrapg give. -
tual sales in the Anglista Cotti 'an&K dd ~
arkets, and's careful snmmnqoft.S~~
It is the rmaJDpS7bt sdeot
antOe aLO S embrcerthe best a 5f
stiringto ~been eeange( . sus h
Its CORR otimes through'is Columns.
expensive than tWENCE Is mnore .varied andx_
bracing prompt any paper in the Stateem-.a
ions of he countr3orous reportesainall see-.
from metropol~tan 106 regular correspondence ~
Its LITERARY DEk -
a variety of choice lite ENT will embrace
and selected-while its -xinuCtions, original ,
range through the varied \ALI NEWS will
events, incidents, accidents, t of interee~ting
tives, dished up with industry ai-raphie narra
clear, legible sheet, at the LOW A'nted on a
FOUR DOLLARS A \of
The Weekly Augusta Di'
SIMIL AR in general character to the
Sis issued every SATURDAY at
91,50 A YEAR,
TO CLUBS, ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAE
It contains a brilliant variety of valuable mat
ten, at a price within tho reach of all.
A ttention is earnestly invited to these publics
W Specimnen coypics sent wchen desired.
S. A. ATKINSON,
Augusta, Mar 23 tf 11.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, OILS, &C.
DhRS. A. G. & T. V. TEAGUE takes
Uthis method of returning their thanks to
their friends and the public, for the liberal patron-'
age bestowed upon them; and respectfully an
nouncee that they have removed their D RU G
S T ORE to No. 2, in the Oddfellows'&oMasonc
Building, where they will be pleased to see and
supply their friends and all those wanting
PUEE DEUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
Of which they are constaamiY receiving FRESH
SUPPLIES from the moss reputable Drug Houses
in New York.
One or both of thetu s. oe in the St'ore at all
times, day and night, andt give personal attention
to carefully filling prescriptions and orders with
A continuance of the fiberal share of trade
heretofore extended to them is solicited, and they
will exert themselves to merit iit.
gW They will further say to those indebted to
them, that they have never made a public call on
any one for money ; but they are NOW needing
money VERY MUCH, and asre in hopes that those
L indebted will attend to them soon, and prevent
themi from being forced to tha unpleasaint necessity
-of publicly dunning thoso ix' airears.
Edgeficld, Dec 29tf 1
To the Planter, Physician, job
bing Trade and Public~
A. J. PELLETIER & 00s,
DEALERS iN DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C,2
JIAAMBURG, S. C.,
r-ARE receiving their Stock of Goods for the
i L.Spring and Summer Trade, andreecfly
r solicit your patronage, confident that-he can
compete with any similar establishment Suhin
genuineness of quality and cheapness of price.
gINSTRUMENTS ordered according to dl- A
~PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded. ,
A. J. PELLETIER & Co
Hamburg, MarS 8 m 9.
14 O IC .Alpersons indebted to the Es.
d, tateof John Kirksey, dec'd.,ar ieb
of tieywre omk payment forthwith and~
those having claims against the Estate are notifiS t
eto render them in, properly attested, atm wnses
ad day. E. P. H. KIRKBEY, actiZ'.
>R Dec 80 tf
FOR PLANTING AND TABLE B
SA LOWfvryGIh Pee
I March 30 t