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AVW A CARD.
nRING & SUMMER OPENING!
ISS N. P. MATHEWS, Augusta,
Ga., having just returned from New York,
respectfully calls the attention of her former friends
a d patrons, e well as strangers visiting the oity,
to her stock of SPRING and SUMMER
HAI, DRESS CAPS, HEAD DRESM,
Riding Rats, French Flowers,
&c., &c., &a.,
which she opened on the 1st inst , at her new store,
opposite.the Masonlc Hall, formerly oncupied by
Ward & Burchard. Also, a full assortment of
Children's HATS; Lace. Silk and Mourning
MANTILLAS, Drue TRIMNINGS, Ladies'
SKRTS, CORSETS AND HOOPS
of every description. Miss MATHEWS returns
thanks to her numerous friends and customers for
their past patronage, and solicits a continuance of
the same. All orders attended to promptly.
M. P. MATHEWS.
Augusta, Apr 5 2m* 18
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
ARE GETTING in asplendid Stock of Goods,
A and invite all who need any article in their
line to call and examine them. Our Stock consists
in part of
Side Stripe Casimere CO ATS and SACKS, with
PAN'S and VEST to match;
'Black Cloth and Casbmeret 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. HORA & CO.,
Successors to J. M. .acby & Co.
Under U. S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Apr5 tf 13
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC, &c, &c.
THE Subscriber after returning thanks to their
X 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 BAI
CON & CO., HAZELTON, BROS., and A. 11.
GALE & CO., New York. for whom they are sole
Agents. These Instruments having already won
such far lamed celebrity, itiu only necessary for us
to repeat that for strengtA, durabiLity and finish,
together with potwer, depth&, stweetness and soft
nssa of tone, they challenge competition. Persona
wanting a superior
would do much better to call and select from a large
-assortmet, than by dealing with Pedlars and Agents
oineormakers, where they have no choice, and:
hiave often to psy higher priep 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 us can depend upon getting a GOOD AR
TICLE, as we make it a point to keep goods of the|
best quality and such as we can recommend and,
warrant in every respect./
Thir stock- of MUSIC is 'ery large and they
are constantly receiving all 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 Miscellaneous Books, Stationery
and other articles.-ALSO
Always on hand the largest assortment in the State
of G UIT AR S, VIOLlNS. A CCORD EONS,
FLUTES, FLAGEOLETS, YIOLIN BOWS,&c ,
and every article of Musical Merchandise.
Carhart's and Needham's and .Prinee's celebrated
. ACCORDEONS and VIOLINS repaired in the
All of the above articles sold at low prices for
-Cash or City acceptances by
GEO. A. OATES & BROTIIER.
. "Broad Street, Agusta Ga., between U. S., and
Globe Hotels. -
April 7 1S58 tf 13 -
NEW DRUG AND SEED STORE.
M Y Friends in Edgefield and surrounding coun
ad try, are informed that I have opened a Drug
adSeed Store, and would be happy to supply them
with anytthing in my line. Order. filled with di.
When I thall have completed my arrsngements,
I intend the
-"SOUTHERN SEED STORE."
To be a* thing to brag on. I have cultivated a mar
ket gardlen for ten yeas. so that when I recomt
mend a seed to come up,, I mean that its roduction
will be good, for many will do this, and yet be:
- worthless. V. LaTASTE.
.Augusta, Ga., April 6 5it 13
. NEW SPRING GOODS !
B00T~5 AND SHOES!
T HOS. P. LARUS, Augusta, Georgia, has
this day received a large lot of SPRING
GOODS, and will continue to do so through the
mummer, consisting in part of
Ladies' Silk FExed CONGRESS 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' Fix'ed Kid-Top KOStSUTII BOOTS,
do Kid and Moroeco SLIPPERS and TIES,
Chaildrens' SHOES, of every de.~eription,
Men.1 Caf Opera PUM P BOOTS,
do'- Goats H EELED INVINCIBLES,
do Patent W. S. PUMPS and Oxford TIES,
~do ~.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
-. Sherififs Sale.
B Y Virtue of a writ of Fieri Facins to me di
~rected, I will proceed to sell at Edgelield C.
H., on the first Moniday and Tuesday in Mtay next,
the following property to wit:
3. 5. Snmyly vs. John Stidham, one Tract of
Ind, containing two hundred and fourteen acres,
modre or less, adjoining lands of Robt. Bryatt, Sr ,
and other lands of the said John Stidham and oth
JAMES EIDSQN, s.ED.
~April e 18 8 at 13
1TO**** 'shereby given to the heirs and dis
.L~tributeesof John Thrailkill, dee'd., that a set
tlement on said estate will be made in the Ordinary's
Office, at Edgefield C. H., on the first Tuesday in
FR ANCIS THRAILKILL, Adm'or.
, Aprfl 5, 1858 - 3m* 13
N OTICE TO FARYERS !-I am now
reciving THREE THIOUSANI) POUND)S
of pure Leaf and Twiss IHavanna TOBACCO, which
will be iold low to Farmers for plantation use. Caul
and eassi.S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Nas;. g.Apnail6 t f 13
NEW SPRING AND SUMMEI
W. R. & T. S. HUDSON
MASONIC & ODD FELLOW'S BUILDIIG
Edgefld, S. C',
now receiving one the of LARGEST an
MOST ATTRACT[VE Stocks of
Ever ofered in Edgefield, embracing all the nem
fabrics and designs in Dress Goods.
Fine Muslin ROBES;
Fine Embrodered Swim Muslin ROBES;
" Barege ROBES;
Beautiful BERAGES and TISSUES'
Rich Printed Organdie and Jaeonet MUSLINS
Fine BOMB AZINES and CHALLIES - I
DELAINES, rare in pattern, and very cheap;
ALPACAS and French BRILLIANTS;
English, French and American PRINTS;
4 " 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 Jor Men and
Bleaehed and unbleached SHEETINGS and
SHIRTINGS, all qualities;
Ladies' and Misses P A R A S L S and SUN
SHADES, a large assortment;
HOOP SKIRTS of all dimensions and in great
variety of style:
BOOTS, SHOES, Bridles, Saddles, Whips, &c.
--A. IJ a 4
A large and complete assortment of CROCKERY,
GLASS and WOODEN WARE.
IIARDWARE & CUTLERY.
A large stock just received, consisting in part of
Nails, Hoes, Axes, Cast and Wrought Butts, &C.
COLT'S REPEATERS, five, six and eight inch
Fine RAZORS, Table Cutlery, &c.
CARPEN TERS' TOOLS of every variety.
COFFEE,SUGAR, TEA, MOLASSES,
Cheese, Soap, Candles,
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, &c.
A great many other articles usually kept in a
e.1All we ask is an examination of our Stock
before purchasing. Our prices have been put
down to carrespond with the times.
W. R. & T. S. IIUDSON.
0' N. B.-Groceries sold entirely for cash.
April 7 tf 13
Mount Enon Work Shop,
T TIE universal satisfaction that the work done
by the subscriber has heretofore given, en
:ourages him to hope that for the future he will be
equally successful. le is better prepared every
year to do better work, and he does not hesiLate to
my that the
COTTON GINS AND THRASHERS
nade by him are equal to nay now offered for sale.
Many testimonials of this fact might be given.
Work kept constantly on hand, and orders exe
uted at the shortest notice. Address,
THOMAS E. CIIAPMAM,
Coleman'. X Roads, Edgefield Dist. S. C.
April 6 1858 It 13
9Tu REGIM ENT, S. C. M.,
TL~cxEns Poxa, A pril 5, 1858.5
T H E LOW ER BATTALION of this Regiment
will assemb!e at RED H ILL, on Saturday 24th
A pril, armed and equipped as the law directs.
The UPPER BATTvIALION will assemble at
B IINBURG on Tuesday 27th A pril, armed and
-quipped ras the law direets.
The Commiissioned and non-Commissioned Offi
mees will ussetnble th3e day. - rovious .for drill and
Lint. Col CoRL.EY atnd Maj. BUR'rON are charged
with the extension of this order to their respective
gg The Sta'ff are hereby ordered to appear in
By order of Col. J. W. TOMPKINS.
A pril 6 1858 3t 13
7-rn R EGlIENT, S. C. M.,?
CH Evts's CREEK, April 6, 1858.5
-1 lE UJPPER BATTALION of this Regiment
Iwill assemble at PINE H-OUSE, on Saturday
he 1st of May, armed and equipped as thte law
' he LOWER BATTALION will assemble at
3IEROKEE PONDIS on Saturday the Sth of May,
emed and equipped as the laiw directs.
The Commissionied and non-Com~missioned Ofi
ers will assemble the day previous for drill and
Lieut. Col. L.YsRAas and Maj. SuAw are charged
vith the extension of this order to thir re-pective
gy Thc Staff are hereby ordered to appear in
By orider of Col. D. L. SIIAW.
F. M. "COI.EMAN, Adj't.
A pril 6 1858 5t 13
7-ru REGIMENT, S. C. Ml.,
Cuur.Y E&' CR E x, A pril 6, 1858.
O RDE R, NO
T IIE Hlaw Gap Beat Company are hereby or
dered to be and appear at their muster ground
it James Rteynolds' :spring, near Locust 1:1i1l, on
aturany the 24th A pril, for the purpose of holding
n Eletion for Captain of said cnmpany, to fill the
vactnney occasioned by the promotion of Capt. TF.
By order of Col. D. L. SIIA W.
WALrEa LANnA~St, Lieut. Com'ding Company.
April 71858 3t 13
BY Viurtue of an order fronm the Ordinary. I
will proceed to sell at the late residence of
Thomas F. Coleman, de-ceased, in this District, on
Thursdy the 2-id day of A pril instant, the bulk of
the personal Eastate of said deceased, consisting of
Seventeen Likely N egroes,
among them an excellent plantation Black Smith,
SEVEN OR EIGIIT H UNDRED BUShlELS
a nneiderble amont of Fodder. Cotton Seed,
Shucks, Horses, Miules, Stock of Cattle and Hocs,
Bllacksith Tools, Plantation Utensils, 2 Bugrgies
and 3 Wagons, one of them entirely new.
T, rms ol sale cash for all sums under ten dollars,
and for all sums over ten dollars, a credit until the
25th day of December next. The purchase money
to be secured by notes with approved sureties.
W ILLIAM A. STROTIIER, Adrn'r.
A pril 6 1858 St 13
EXECUJTOR'S NOTJCE-AII persons
1having demands against the Estate of .Tames
Yeldell, deceased, are requested to hand them ini to
the undersigned on or before the fifteenth day of
May inext, as a settlement of said estate will be
made about that date.
3OSEPH1 L. TALBERT, Ex'or
.1 ASPER H.'YELDELL. * os
A pril 6 18.i8 3te 13
IHE ST ATE OF SOUT H CA ROLINA
B y W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield
Whereto', Elijah Watson hath applied to me for
Letters of Administration on all anid singular thes
ods and chattles, rights and credits of James WV.
Warren, late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kmntred and creditors of the said deceas-.
ed to be and appear before me,at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to he hioldeui at Edgefleld
C. H., on the 19th day of April inst., to show
cause, ifany, why the said administration should not be
ive under my hand and sea, this 5thtday of A pril,
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and fifyeight and in the 82nd year ef American
Indepenence. W F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
... A prl 23 18
SPRING AND SUMMER
01L3 .A. W :V 0 3 C.A.B
JAMES BENEY, Augusta, Ga., has jus
returned from the Northern markets with a
superior stock of -
Fancy and Domestic Goods,
Comprising some of the newest styles, as well as
the finest texture of DRESS GOODS, to which
he wishes to call the attention of all persons visiting
Augusta, pledging himself that he will permit no
one to undersell him, and is confident that he can
sell at least from 5 to 10 per cent. cheaper
than any other CASH STORE in the City. He
and those in his employment will feel a pleasure in
waiting on those who favor him with a call; and as
they will of necessity have to examine the stocks
of the city in order to find the best value, he hopes
they will bear in mind his store, which is one door
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,
different styles ;
Printed Lawn BAREGES and GRENADINES;
A large lot of GINGHAMS and CALICOES;
Swiss, Jaconet and Mull MUSLINS;
A splendid stock of EMBROIDERED Goods;
Summer SHAWLS and MANTILLAS.
Is to be found all that is novel, never having been
better supplied with all that is desirable in
BONNETS, HEAD DRESSES,
&c., &c., &c.
Sheeting1, Shirtings & Osnaburgs.
IRISH LINENS; TABLE LINENS and
TOWELLINGS; Musquito NETTINGS;
Bed SPREADS, FRINGES; &e.
A full su;ply of HOSIERY, &c.. &c, &c.
Augusta, April 5 ti ' 13
New Spring and Summer Goods
E. FENN, Agent,
IS now receiving and opening a VERY CHOICE
and BEAUTIFUL Stock of
Spring and Sunnner Goods,
purchased at low prices in New York, Ph:ladelphia,
Baltimore and Charleston.
His Stock will embrace every variety and st3 Ie
of Goods suited to the seasons, and will be so'd at
prices that will not fail to give enti:-e satisfaction.
The public are respectfully invited to call and ex
amine his stock.
March 30 tf 12
GRAY & TURLEY,
I)EG to announce to their customers and the
)public that they now have in store, and are
daily receiving a very extensive and choice selec
tion of spring and summer
We wish it to be remembered that we still have a
resident purchaser at the North, fronm whom we
receive daily the Latest Imported Fashions.
We solicit country merchants, butying for cash,
to call and examine our stock, and ascertain outr
prices. To such we aro prepared to ontbr superior
incetcments. Below we mention some of the
most fashionable, as also some of the leading ar
ticles in each department.
Rich Chtintz Chena Bayadore Silks; Richt Chintz
Raye d'A quille Silks; R-ch Moire A ntique Black
andI Colored Silks; Bischaoff's Celebrated Black
Sik igrea a ~ Nlrce inand Florec
Sewing Silk Robes; Challie, Barege d'Laino and
Barege Robes; Printed Lawn; Printed Brillante;
Chalfies, Barege d'Laine, Bareges, drape Maretz.
Crape d'P'aris, Canton tCloth, Blombazine, Alapaca,
&c., &c., &c.
'Hosiery and Embroideries.
Ladies' Hose, in Cotton, Silk and L~inen. t
Misses' do (10 do do1
Gents' ft do (do -do do
Ladies' Gloves, in Kid, Silk and Lizcen, and Silk
5,0010 Embroidered Bands, in Jaconctt, Swiss
5,000 Embroidered Collars and Setts, in Jaco
net, Swiss and Mull.
Edgings and Isertings in creat variety.
Embroidered Linen Canmbrie Handkerchiefs, in
Embroidered Mluslin and Lace Curtains.
do do for Ladies' dresses.
Plain Jaconet and Swiss Mu.-ins.
Nainsook, Mlull and Book do
Printetd Brillante and French C '.mbric Mantillas,
Shawls, Scarfs, &c., in great variety, and very
5 cases Brown Shirtings, Oft cents.
5 do White do Oft cents.
1,000 pieces Calicoes, fast colors, dIf cents.
All the favorite brands of
Americasn Callicocs anid Shirtinugs,
At low prices; a very handsome lot of Ginghams,
in Black and Colored.
2,000 Counterpanes, from $1 25 Io $10 each.
6 cases 11-4 Sheeting, best quality 81ft cents.
5 do Bed Ticking, Apron Checks, Furniture
Best Irish Linen Damask, 50 to $1 50.
do do do Napkins and Doylies, $1 to $4 50.
do do do Table Ckoths.
do do do For Shirt Fronts, 25 to $1 50.
Plain and Fancy Linens for Gentlemen and
Boys' wear, from 181 to 75 cents per yard.
Ribbons ; Lutes, Satin and Velvet ; Furniunre
and Dress Fringes; Parasnis; Hoop11 Skirts: Fans;
Hair Brushes; Combs; Fancy Soaps, &c., &c.
Augusta, Mar 31 tf 10
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
W. D. Jennings, FocgAtcmnt
C. P. Cairley.
'THEW Plaiuntiffs in thenabove stated eases, having
Lthis day filed theIr Declarations in nay Ofice,
and the Detendants having necithier wie nor At
torneys known to reside within the limits of this
State, on whom copies of said Declarations with
rules to plead can be served, On motion of Messrs.
Carroll & B3acon, Plaintiirs' Attorney, Ordered that
said Defendants appear and plcadl to said Dteclara
tin within a year and a day from the date hereof,
or final nad absolute judgemnent will be given
against them. '1H08. G. BA CON, c c s a.
May 22, 1857. ly 25
S OAP!I SOAP !-Jusi, received a few Boxes
of Austrian Erasive SOAP, which will re
move the dirt, with alacrity,'cause the skin to feel
soft and delightful, and will iln fact, make most
anybody feel like a gentleman. ..LE .
Mar 10 tf 10
ALL persons inidebted to the estate of Daniel
Boone, dee'd., are requested to make immedi
ate payment, and all persons having demands
against the same are hereby notified to present
them properly attested.
L. P. BOONE, Adm'r
PETER OUZT. ~mos
Dec. 23,1857. tf 50.
R AWAWAY on the 19th inst., my Boy
SPENCER. H~e is about 21 er 22 years old,
or brown or Indian color. with straight hair. ie is
upposed to ibe lurking about in Edgelield District,
S. C., in the neighmborhood of Mr. Meriwethier's, or
about the city of A ugusta. I will give the above
reward if he is confined in the Augusta Jail, or de
livered to mc in Columbia county, Ga , or to W. M.
ThOMAS SA AC RAMSEY.
Marc.h 30 2t 12
1858, SPRING E[OSITION! 18
SPRING iM RTA TIONS
OF FIRST CLASS T& PLE An F AN
Silks, Grenadines, 3a eges, Chamais, K
lins, Et ider o e, Linens
And the usual line of G s kept in a first ch
Dry Goods store.
Ladies will find in our atensive stock the grei
est assortment, in each of the above departmen1
ever exhibited in Augus. Our great faciliti
for obtaining GOODS fro&kAuction and large It
porters, are such as to ensiie our customers th
they may mako their. ptinhases from us at ti
very lowest prices; andimany leading articli
much below the market v.re.
Our Northern, Eastern ind European Corre
pondents will send us weeky throughout the ser
son, all that is New, Novel tnd Stylish, in the way <
- Dress Goods ald.Eunbroideries.
Our House claims the espcial attention of Stran
gers and Visitors, as only 6e price is asked, ani
all Goods are marked inplin figures; therefore
inexperienced purchasers re not over charged.
Ladies will always receiV kind and courteou
attention-it will afford ousalesmen pleasure t<
show Goods. DICKW & PRIBBS.
P. S.-Sole Southern Aants for John White
side & Co.'s celebrated IRIH LINENS.
Augusta, Mar 29 tf 12
THOMAS J, JOGARTY,
DRUGGIST & AOTHECARY,
- UNDER THE AUGSTA HOTEL,
Broad Street, Augsta, Georgia,
W OULD respectfully cathe attention of Plan
ters, Merchants And hysicians to his fresh
and unadulterated stock of
Drugs, Medicines ind Chemicals,
AND ALL OTHER ARTILES IN H1S LINE.
I feel assured that no Hoe in this City or else
where can offer a stock suerior in GENUINE
NESS. PURITY, or on rare REASONABLE
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED !
All oficinal preparationsiut up under the su
pervision of graduates of t London and Dublin
Colleges of Pharmacy, andn strict conformity
with the formularies of theUnited States Phar
niacopeia.-My stock of
FANCY ARTICLES, PERUMERY, SOAPS,
Hdr, Tooth, Paint an Wall Brushes,
is at all times complete. I vuld also call atten
tion to my stock of.
Paints, Oils, Glass, Itty, Varnishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BUING FLUID, &C.,
which I promise to sell 10 Ir cent LOWER than
any House in this City.
Any article sold by me, vhich does not give
isfaction, the money will~e returned and ex
pences paid in all cases.
Agent for Sherman's P.tent Truss, and
he only depot for genuinesweedish LEEUHES
i the City.
EfSoliciting a visit bero purchasing -else
here, I feel confident tintahe inducements of
rred both in lowness of frie and punctuality in
tending to orders, will actre a piortion of your
jW"Remember my Stde is under the Augusta
hotel, A ugursta, Ga.
THIOMIA'I. FOG AR TY.
SAugusta,March 30 ly 12
Edgefield Fenile Collegiate
I N.8T I U TE I
PHIE Exercises of thiiInstitute will commence
L. on the FIRST DA~ of -March next under
e management of
These Ladies come to;s highly recommended
taladies of refinement an Scholarship, and with
;rong testimonials of ther competeucy, experi
ice and efliciency as Teahers.
Jlie Proprietors feel we assuredl that the Insti
ute, under the meanagemnot of these Ladies, witi
e ell conducted, and wI afilord educational fa
lisies equal to those otany Institution in the
The Scho'nstic year is ivided into two Sessions
five months * ach. Thdirst Session will end
,nthe 10th Julv. The se,:d will commnence on
le 2nd day of 'August antend on the 17th day
The R ATES OF' T UITlDN are as follows:
Enthe Primary Departmnen, including Spel
lin, Recadin'g, \Vriting, .rithmetic, Eng
lish Gramnmarn, Geograph, and Vocal Mu
sic, per Session,......-----------.. ,5
Enthe Collegiate Departmel, including Read
ing, Writing, Eng. Grannar, Geograilhy,
Natural Phailosophly, Chemistry, Geome ry,
Algera, Logic, Rhietori, Eng. Conmposi
tion and Vocal Music, prn Session,....0,00
French (Extra) per e essm.............10,00
En te Ornamental Departitnt,
For Music on Piano, perlession.........25,00
For Drawing and Painithz in Water Col
ors, per Session,................10,00
For Needle Work, Emabaidery, &c. pr ses 5,00
Students of Music on th,'Piano-sill be charged
3 per Session for use of Ilano, to pay expense of
keepina instruments in tun.
Each pupil will be chargd $1.50 per Session to
erray contingent expenses for fuel, &c.
The Institute will be furished with th ree Pi
anos in three separate room of the Institute build
ing for the use of the piupil.
Vocal Music is deonmed i7 the Proprietors to be
anecessary part of every y'ung lady's education,
hence singing is made a pat of the regular e'xer
cises of the Institute, and toe whole School will be
exercised in Vocal music a often as twice a week.
W. V. ADAMS,
S. i'. NICHOLSON.
Edgefield, S. C,, Feb 23, .858. tf
TH IE Exercises of these Institutions will be re~
1.sumed on the first Moaday in February next,
cnder the supervision of hlr. JAMES MOltitlS
in the Female, and A. P. BJTLER, Esq., in tin
Mr. Mouais has had nincor ten years experiene
in teaching ; and came to this place highly recoim
mended by those for whon ho had taught, ani
*ther, and a year's experience here has proven 1he
is entitled to the high testdnonials bestowed upor
im, and we cheerfully and -:onfidentialiy comment
him to the public as one we1 calculated to advance
pupils entrusted to his care. He will also super
vile the most advanced pujils in the Male deparit
Mr. RirrLEa's eapabilitiesto teach and mnanog<
are so well known that we leem it unnecessary t
say anything in regard to hh merits.
Prof. BA RKl.EY will instruct in Music an
French. He is reputed to to a thorouf~h Frenel
Rates of Tuition.
Primary Branches, per Session,... $9,00
Secnd Claus " ".-- ...12,00
Third Class " " - .15,00
Fourth Class " " ------18,00
Freneh, extra " " ...1-- 0,00
Music, " " ".----. 25,0
Contigent expenses"' " .... 50
II. A. SHAW, Sec'ry.
Ja: , tf 52
TN HlE Exercises of thiis'instituitioni will be r
-sumed on MONDAY 25th January 1858, ui
:er the control and instruction of Mr. GEORG
Classical Department per Session.. 15 00
English " " "-----10 00
Elementary " "t " . 7 50
Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, Surveying a'
Book-keping-Practical and Theoretical-beloi
to the Classical Department, and are charged a
N. 1.-Every kind of dissipation is at: icily fC
bidden By the rules of the School, all offendersa
expelled or suspended without benefit of clergy.
W. HARRISON, President.
0. J. SHEPPARD, Tres.
W. T. WEST.
a. 13 -8m 1
SPRING TRADE OF I8
BANCROFT, LEMAN & CO.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN DRY GOI
Y ing and Market Sts., Charleston, S. I
AjGREEABLY to our usual custom, we a
wait upon our customers, and buyers of
goods generally, with our circular for spring tri
g During the past season, we have been pass
through one of the most serious an$I embarrasa
commercial revolutions ever known. and numi
as of the oldest and best firms in the land have b
obliged to yield to the storm. As we keep
travelers, and do no drumming, at homie orabro
it- it becomes, under all these circumstances, qt
W, necessary to say, that we are now opening, a
es prepared to show one of our most choice and b
rl- selected stocks of rich and elegant
at FRENCH, GERMAN, 'SWISS, AND
All of our own importation; together with o
usual assortment of
Staple and Domestic Fabrics.
We beg to repeat, that no single house in th
country can ofllr greater attractions, so far as r
gards extent of stock and low prices. Our stoc
is always one of the largest covered by one roi
in the United Stales. Our facilities for the in
portation and sale of goods are second to none, an
with our present terms, we are prepared to se
goods to the best buyers. as low as sold by th
closest houses in the trade, in any market.
Our stock is full and complete all through Lb
year, and otlers in this respect, superior induce
ments to the home trade to supply themselves fre
quently through the season, either in person or bi
A year ago wn Anrtna ti nMan of selling goodi
only for cash or city acceptance, and we iiaveniat
abundant evidence in this time, that it is the mosi
satisfactory mode, both for the buyer aqd seller
By this plan, we can sell goods at tbe smallesi
possible profit, as no risks are taken; the buyer o
undoubted credit and means is not cliafged an ex.
tra profit, to pay for the losses alwayd made, when
goods are sold upon the usual long and general
All we ask of any good merchban&.,is, that lie
shall look at our stock, and compare .our prices
with the current prices where general c 'ts are
given. We beg buyers not to be deterk fror
looking in upon us because they may be told we
are a "Retail House." It is quite true we do o.e
of the largest retail trades done in the U. Sta-s,
upon our first floor, but it is equally true, we do%'
very extensive jobbing trade upon the three uppei
floors of our warehouse, and with the best class
of buyers that visit any market.
We Do No Drmumning
If our stock, and the prices at which we are able
to sell goods, is not sufficient inducement for buy
ers to visit us. we have no others to offer.
Our terms are cash, with a discount of six per
cent., or six months, with city accepta-'ce.
BANCROFT, LENIAN & CO.,
mar31 10 tf Charleston, S. C.
Friday, 23rd day of April, 1858!
T HE undersigned are agaia under the disagree.
able necessity of inl'rinng their friends and
patrons that owing to the dull sale of tickets for
the last nionth they are compelled to defer the
drawing of their Lottery, (Relief for Hard Times) to
Friday, the 23rd day of April niext.
At hich time the Sche-c will positiely be drawn.,
wlvhether the Tickets are all disposed of or not.
They ask the indulgence of those who have al
readly bought tickets for another short month, as
suring them that at the expiration of that time
they shall be relieved of furthber suspense.
For the benefit of persons who have no~t seen the
Scheme, we give a syncpsis or it:
PRIZ E No.1 lis a beautiful newv Rosewood Piano,
7 octaves, elabprat.-ly carved, P'earl Keys and in
laid with pearl, $650. No. 2 to No. 151 inclusive,
are each entitled to a Ten Dallar Bill. No. 162, is
a likely Negro Man, 3-5 years of age. $1,000. No.
153, a valuable Negro Woman and her five clii
dren, ranginrr from 5 years of age to an Infant,
This Scheme presents unprecedented induce
ment-s to those who wish to invcst in such an en
terprise, as there is not a particle of Humbug
abou t it, and those who draw will never have cause
to regret the investnment.
THE PLAN OF DRAWING.
Six hundred and fifteen numbers will be placed
in the wheel and one hunidredl andI fifty-three dhrawn
out the first drawn number taking Pize,. No. 1,
the' second, Priz~e No. 2, and so- on until the 153
prizes are all (hrawn.
gg1Prsosns at a distance who wish to invest im
this splendid Schieme cani h~e acconunodated with
Tickets by inclosing $10) to the malersigned.
Schemes will be nmaik-d to those who wish them,
free of postage.
~7Lists of the drawing will be firiished th~e
day after the Lottery is drawn.
iL.x11LuSON & PITTS, Managers.
Colunibus, Ga1., Marchi 30) 1868 4t 12
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE,
T WI'L L attedl at the times anid plhaces herein
Nafter specified to collect the State and District
Tax for the year commnencinig the first day or ic
At Mrs. Norris Thursday, 18th March.
"Mt. Willing, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
" ickler's, Friday, 110th .\arch.
"Rich~ardsor.'s Saturday, 20th '
"Ridge, Monday, 22nd' "
"C. H1.'Plunkit's, Same evening, 4 o'clock.
"Granitrville, Tuesday, 23rd March.
"Beech Island, Wednesday, 24lih"
" Hambhurg, T1hiursday, 25th "
"C. & R. Bunrnett's, Monday, 294th"
"Nickerson's, $ame~ evenIng, 31 o'clock.
" "Cooperseille, Tuesday, 30th March.
"Dorn's Mills, Wednmesday, 31st "
" E.ore's, Same~ evening, 3 o'clock.
" tevenms' Store, Thursday, 1st April.
"Shatterlicel, Friday, 2nd "
"Liberty I1hill, saturday, 3rd "
" White House, Monday, 5th "
"Rocky Ponds, Tuesday, 6th -"
4 Mrs. ildleton's, sam evening, 3 o'clock.
"Red Hill, 'Wednesday, 7th "
"Collier's, Thursday, 8th "
" Cherokee Ponds, Friday. 9th"
"Hamburg, Saturday, 10th "
"Richardson's, Tuesday, 1:lth "
"Colenman.w Smiith's,WVednes~ lay, 14th "
"Perry's X Roads, Thursday, 15th "
" Mrs. Rhinehiart's, Friday, 16th"
"Mickler's, Saturday, 17th "
"Dr. John Mobley's, MIotalay, 19th "
"Dr. J. C. Ready's, Tuesday, 20th "
" Ridge, Wednesday, 21st "
"Lyb and's, Thursday, 22nd"
" latcher's, Friday, 2-'rd,"
" Graniteville, Saturday, 2Rh "r
" Beach Ibland, Monday, 2ithl "
" Iaiburg, Tuesday, 27th "
"Howard's, Thursday, 20th "
" Cheathamn's, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
"lPleasant Lane, Friday, :30th "
" J. S. Smyly's, Saturday, 1st May,
"Edgefield C. 11. Monday and Tresday, u.d ar
"Mrs. Allen's, Thursday, 6th May,
A fter which time my books will close for the pre
ent year.. I hope all persons living in the con
try will try to iturn out at their respective precimet
and not put off their returns till the last days
the Court Iliouse, as there is generally such
crowd that it is alnost inipossible so do busine
Tax payers will bear in mind* that the law
quires them to make their returnIs by the time a
- books close, or they arc subject to double tax, I
the collectioni of which 1 am required to issue
d,,uble Tax Execution, leave it with the Slher
e andl take hisi receipt, for the same with mie to C
& lumibia. Please take due uotice and govern yom
B selves accordinglhy.
THEOPHILUS DEAN, T.C.E.D.
Mar16 ... . C
d iENSIONS and BOUNTY LAND CLAI
I procured, and Land Warrants bought. s
E or located oU liberal terms, and wvithi despatch
TILLMAN HI. CLARK
ir- Edgefield C. HI., Mar 10, ___3mr* lj
e -GREAT BARGAIlNS!
lROM and after this date, I will sell my I
F TIRE Stock of Goods at COST FOR CA
B. C. BRYAN~
Mar 16 46 1
8' sLA.'W T I C3.
W. GARY, Attorney at LAW and
Ale licitor in EQIJITY, will practice in this
the adjoining Districts.
308, Office. above B. C. BRYAn's Store.
. Dee 16 ly 4
'Ain S. B. GRIFFIN,
de. Attormaey at Z.aw,
Ing Will attend punctually to all business entrusted
ing Ihi care.
ers EDGPzroLD C. H., DeC 2,1867. t47
no Mv.AL V11 3NT C3 WX 4~0L
d, TOMPKINS & BUTLER will attend to all b
ite . siness in the Courts of Law for this and t]
nd adjoining Districts, that may be committed to the
Ofilce, Law Range, Edgefield, S. C.
R. W. Tomspsix. M. C. Bums,
I Dec9 if 48
k HE Subscriber having furnished himself wit1
)f J.a license to use this NEW PROCESS of
1 INSEETIG ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
]a n reay to serve all who may need such, wit]
ean assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and i
closer resemblance to the natural organs, than ear
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, 7tf 24
W. W. SALE,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
orcx Tax Ccllecor.
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
i. W. LYLES,
E. B. FOR16Jp
W. F. DURI'
T IIO S. 1. & C MO IS E,
SUCCESSORS TO L' MOISE,
No. 7, Haye S.
CHARLESTON, S. C"
Jan 27 ly
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
JOHN M, WITT,]
having j uat, re
tnied from New York with a most CO SPBE
and MAGNIFICENT assortment of
Respectfully announces to his fricnds and us
that he is new prepared to exhibit as.
and well manufactured an assortmentof C
and ho flatters himself, with much taste jung.
mnt,-was bought for CASH at redu fg.
ures, and consequently will bo offered as LOw.
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 Nahogany 1,ibraries,
SECRET ARIES WITH BOOK CASES,
A beautiful collection of Rosewood and Mahogany
WVASII SINKS OR STANDS,
A good stock of excellent spring bottom
Improvedi.styles of Rosewood and Mahogany
F0OLDING IRON BEDSTEADS,
A unique and rare assortment of
Mahogany and Rosewood Tables,
Consisting of PARLOR, CARD, TEA, EXPAN
SION and Ladies WORK TA BLES, such as must
please the best judges of the good and beautiful
Toilet Stnds with Glass,
-A lot of
Corner Stands and Portable Desks,
A variety of fine
An unusually large assortment of
Comprising Solid Mahogany spring bottom Rocks
ing Chairs; Spring bottom solid Mahogany -Parlor
Chairs; Cane seat Maple Rocking and Parlor
Chairs; a small lot of Prescott Oak Chairs ; Chil
dren's, Nurse's and Sowing Chairs, and Children's
Work Baskets, Fancy Boxes and Ladies'
WYork Boxes, Children's Bureaus,
Spool Stands, Bird Cages,
Dough Pins, &c., &c.
This Stock. which commands the admiration ol
all who have kindly visited my new Store; was, as
above statedl, purchased on reasonable prices, and
will be sold astonishingly LOW FOR CASH. And
II would here state that circumstanlces, with wich
all are well acquainted, renders it necessary that I
should adopt the CASH SYSTEM and strictly ad
here to it, otherwise I cannot carry on my business
An examination of my Stock is solicited. Bettei
bargains are not to be had in Augusta or any
other Southerin City.
R ep ai rin g, & c.
I continue to make to order any FURNITUR1
wanted, and also to repair all old Furniture seii
Send alonig your work and it shall be done in
ggj I bespeak a liberal share of public patron
age. 3. lY. WITT,
uly 1, tf 25
dLOUR I AND CORN MEAL-Can b
Lhad at my house for Cash.
Leather-Harness, Sole, Upper, Kip,T &I.
Feb. 3 if4
a OTICE,-Al tose indebted to S. E. Bon
Ns ers, Agent, will please settle, as I am des
rois of making a change in business. No othE
Sorders will be attended to without the Cash.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
r Hamburg, Mar 29 tf 12
Boot and Shoe Manufactury!
r- - T'HE Subscriber respectfully informs the ci
izens of Edgefield and particular his o0
friends and patrons that ho is still at hiisold scan'
next the A dvertiser Oflice, with a good stock
-BOOTS AND SHOES,
isbrcn a fAne variety of Gents' and Ladi
Ad alskng SHOE4, Fine Pump Soled, Welted a,
by Waterproof BOOTS which he will sell LOW FC
yCA SH. lie is also prepared to make to order ti
finest article of Boots, Shoes and GaIters that b
--been offered for sale in this market.
N-ems as. N. McEVOY, Agent.
.i g N. B. An apprentice wanted to learn I
Boot and Shoe trade.
Ma ly 8
New Spring Goods!
WRIGHT, ALEXANDER & Co.
GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING,
BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
now opening one of the largest and most
t -attractiv Stockes of
NEW SPRING GOODS '
- ever offered In Augusta, embracing all the newest
fabrics and designs in Dres Goods.
n. Robes DeQuille, Odalisque and Flounced ROBES,
e In Silks, Twisted Silks, Beugiu and Mualni;
ir Black and Colored, Plain and Fancy SILKS in
BERAGES, TISSUES, Printed Organdi and ae
BOMBAZINES,Challies, DeLAINES, ALPACAS,
DeBEGES, French BRILLIANTS;
English, French and American PRINTS
GINGHAMS, &c.. &c.;
Our Stock of LINEN Goods will be found very
desirable, embracing super Irish Linens, Bilow
Case Linens, Table Cloths, Damasks, Napkins
Diapers, Towels and Sheetings;
Stella, Merino, and Berage SHAWLS, Scarfs;
Chantilly Lace and Mourning MANTILLAS,'a
great variety; -
Plain and Dotted Swiss, Jaconet, Mull, Nainiook,
Tarlton, Plaid and Striped MUSLINS;
EMBROIDERIES and HANDKERCHIEFSB
every variety of style and quality;
HOSIERY and GLOVES for Ladies, Gentleinen
and Children, in English, French and German
Corded, Grass and every variety of Steel. Spring
LINEN and COTTON GOODS for Men and Boys
Dimity, Damasks, Curtain Muslins, Marseilles
Bleached and Unbleached Sheetings and Shirtinge,
Osnaburgs, Marlboro' and Georgia Plaids -ad
Stripes, Tickings, Checks, and a full assortment;
of Staple Goods. We invite an examinaton of
our Stock. Our Goods will be found as reprerent
ed in quality, prices reasonable, and terms ao
Augusta, Mar 16 6t 10
NEW GOODS FOR 18581I
SPRING AND SUMMERSUPPLIE
I AM now receiving my Spring supplies of.
Goods, Groceries, &c., &c., which, in pole 0
quality and cheapness, will compare favorably w
the Goods offered by the merchants of Haml
and Augusta. n
My stock of Dry Goods consists of almost ey
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Of the most fashionable styles and of all qualties.
Also, a fine assortment of seasonable Goo for
Gentlenen and Youth's Wear -
Also, a large variety of
BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &Co
In the GROCERY line I amprepared to oflier
such inducements as must please my customers.
My stock consists of an assortment of
Sugar, Coffee, Ten, lMola m e.
Also, always on hand TOBACC EGA 8
SNUFF, W I N E , BRAN, .P P
M EDICINES, -. -
jF'Come and look at my Siock.
Winter Seat, Mar 22-/ tf - 4
MBE PAPER FOR THE MILLION U
ONLY FOUR DOLLARS PERAYWmi* -
liiUSTA EE IN DI8 TVCHj.
?1B.LISHIED IN AUGUSTA,~
S issued inathe evening, and goes into
trio; by the four o'cloek (P. M'1 trsu, -.
uetyit must contain l'HE LA EST I
iarkets of this:-country 'and Europeagiv. -bb
etual sales in-the JAugtista Cotton and Produce - -
larkets, and-a careful unmmary of -..
It is th ormo ~ybtidevit
'a n' ITOR1&LS embrjeethe -best
WAIbDER WTZlB :
stirring top been engage(t ins tihe
Its CORR o times-throng eoduznns.
expensive than ENCE is w 'aried and
tn ypa theom r in' State, emi
from mietropolstan I portersi all5
Its LITERAR'Y DE imlsr
and seletedwhile its 14NT willemibrac -
range through the varied I actions, origia
events, incidents, accidents, NRE wil -
tives, dinhed up with industry a sof interertin
-boiled down-winnowed-n Naphic narra
clear, legible sheet, at the LOW nd on a
FOUR DOLLARS A ofd~i
The Weekly Augusta D'
N MLARin enrlcharacter to the tch
$1,50 A YEAR,
TO CLUBS, ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEA
It contains a brilliant variety of valuable ma
ter, at a price within the reach of all.
Attention is earnestly invited to theso publica
flySpecimecn coyics sen* whken desired.
S. A. ATKINSON,
Augusta, Mar 23 tf 11 .
DRUGaS, MEDICINES, OiLS, &C.
DRN A. 0. & T. . TEAGUE takes
Uthis method of returning their thanks to
their friends and the public, for the liberal patron-.
age bestowed upon theni; antd respectfully an
nounice that they have removed their D R U G
S T ORE to No. 2, in the Odd a'ellows' & Masomie
Building, where they will be pleased to sec and
supply their friends and all those wanting
PURE DRUGS, KEDICINES, &c.
Of which they are constaamiY receiving FRESH
SUPPLIES from the mosb reputable Drug Houses
in New York. .
One or both of theru a. no in the Store at all
times, day and night, andi give personal attention
to carefully glling 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 it.
gg They will further say to these indebted to
them, that they have never made a public call on
any one for mone; but they ae NOW needing
money VERY MUCH, and 4ro in hopes that those
-indebted will attend to them soon, and prevent
them from being forced to thounplesantncessity
-of publicly dunning those kr' arears.
Edgefield, Dec 29 tf 51
To the Planter, Physician, Job.
bing Trade and Public.
A. J. PELLETIERI & 00.,
DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C.
HA AMBlTRG, S. C.,
. RE receiving their Stock of Goods for the
.I Spring and Summer Trade, and esetfully
r solicit your patronage, confident thate cand
compete with any similar establishment Suhin i:
genuindness of quality and cheapness of price.
iINSTRUh1ENTS ordlered according to dl. 2
3gPRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded. 4
A. J. PELLETIER & CO0
Hamburg, MarS8 8m 9. -
OTIE.-Allpersons indebted to the Es
, aeof John Kirksey, de'd.,ar
>f timely warned to make payment forthwh
those having claims against the Estate ate -i '
as to render thoem in, properly attested, at enlearyr'
d day. B. P. H. KIRKSEY, actij z
R Dec80 ti
Irish Potatoesl" z~
FOR PIANTING ANiD TAL-i
SA LOT of veyfne Irish Ptle
March 30 t