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~ NUWSPRING AND SUMMER
~ ~ LOTHING!
RE GETTING in a splendid Stock of Goods,
and Invite all who need any article in their
Une to call and examine them. Our Stock consists
Side Stipe Casimero COATS and SACKS, with
PANTS and VEST to match;
-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, &e.
A large lot of FURNISHING GOODS;
Marseilles White and Colored SHIRTS -
DRAWERS, SOCKS, HANDKERUdHIEFS,
COLLARS, GLOVES, TIES and SUSPENDERS.
BOYS' SUMMER CLOTHING,
All sizes and Prices!
Tailoring--Clothing made to Order.
- Our stock of fashionable CLOTHS, Black, Blue,
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 shotr and make up to order, warranted to fit and
please or no sale.
JOHN K. HORA & CO.,
Successors to J. M. NeVwby & Co.
Under U. S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Apr5 tf 13
- ?HE Subscriber having purchased the premises
. formerly occupied by Mr. H. A. GRAY, as a
Watch repairing shop. Is now prepared to do all
kinds of work in connection with
Watches, Cloeks, Jewelry and
Having secured the services of a FIRST CLASS
WATCH MAKER, and being a practical Clock
Maker himself, he hopes to give entire satisfaction.
All work done at his shop is warranted, and if
It fails to give satisfaction, the money will be re
All persons leaving work with him may depend
upon getting It at the time promised.
P. S.-A Regulator, that will keep exact time,
will be kept running in the shop. Persons desi
rious of obtaining the true time can be accomoda
ted at any hour in the day.
F. H. CANDIE.
April6 1858 tf 13
DeBOW'S WEEKLY PRESS,
MAD DeOW'S REVIEW.
D B BOW'S WEEKLY PRESS will be pub
lished on a handsome double sheet, at the
City of Wasigngton,
and will be delivered to subscribers at the low price
of two dollars per sunum ; or. five dollars for three
copies; or, five dollars for one copy and a copy of
Di Bow's REvIEw-all in advance.
It will be devoted to the current News and dis
eussions of the day, home and foreign, political and
general; embracing, also, Literary Sketehes, Tales,
Essays, etc , together with papers upon Education,
Agriculture, Commerce, Manu'actures, Mining, and
the Arts, and will be made. in every respect,
AN ACCEPTABLE FAMILY NEWSPAPER.
Able writers and contributors are secured in eve
The City of Washington is perhaps the most
favored point in the Union for the establishment of
- '- such asheet. J. D.B. DE BOW,
V.- Wasington City.
A pril 6, 1858 -t 13
Mount Enon Work Shop.
- ~E HE universal satisfaction that the work done
bhy the subscriber has heretofore givein, en
-- couragei. 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 h.-sitate to
- say that the
I ~ COTTON GiNS AND THRASHERS
sj.,ade by him are equal to any now offered fur sale.
Many testimoisials of this fact might be given.
Work kept constantly on hand, and orders exe
outed at the shortest, notice. Address,
- THOMAS E. CHIAPMAM,
Coleman's X Roads, Edgefield Dist. S. C.
-April 6 1858 tt 18
a 4 - 9m REGIMENT, S. C. M.,
Tucaas Posn, April 5, 1858.
-- ORDERS, K0
~HE LOWER BATIALION of this Regiment
.1will assemble at RED HILL, on Saturday 24th
-April, armed and equipped as the law directs.
The UPPER BATrALION will assemble at
SHINBURG on Tuesday 27th April, armed and
eupeasthe law directs.
- The Commissioned and non-Commissioned Offi
eers will assemble the day provious fur drill and
Lient. Col. Coar~zv and Maj. Buavox aire chtarged
with the extension of this order to their respective
ggThe Staff are hereby ordered to appear in
-By order of Col. J. W. TOMPKINS.
A pril 6 858 3t 13
7mn REGIMtENT, S. C. M.,
Curvs's CaIzK, April 6, 1858.
THlE UPPER BATTALION of this Regiment
will assemble at PINE HOUSE, on Saturday
the 1st of May, armed and equipped as the law
--The LOWER BATTALION will assemble at
CHEROKEE PONDS on saturday the 8th of May,
armed and equipped 'athe law directs. .
The Commissioned and non-Commi,.sioned Ofli
cers will assemble the day previous for drill and
Lient. Col. LvsaixD and Maj. SIJAW are charged
with the extension or this order to their respective
g7 The Staff are hereby ordered to appear in
By order of -Vol. D. L. SHIAW.
F. M. CorExA, A djt.
April 6 1858 5t 13
7-ru REGIMEN T, S. C. M.,
- Cuavuss CaEEr, A pril 6, 1858.
O RD ER,4NO- -
3HK Eilaw Gap'Beat Company are hereby or
dered to be and appear at their nmuster ground
at James Reynolds' Sprmng, near Locust 1i11, on
Saturday thie 24th A pril, fer the purpose of holding
an Election for Captain of said company, to. fill the
vacaney occasioned by the promotion of Capt. T.
By order of Col. D. L.'SH AW.
WArrIR I AnAx. Lieut. Conm'dinag Company.
Aprul7 1858 ' 3t 13
- )Y Virtue of an order from the Ordinary, I
EIJwill proceed to sell at the late residence of
.Thomas F. Coleman, d.ccased, in this District, on
Thursday the 22d day of A pril instant, the bulk of
the personal Estate of said deceased, onaisting of
Seventeen Likely Megroes,
among them an excellent plantation Black Smith,
sEVEN OR EIGHT- HUNDRED BUSHIELS
- a considerable amount of Fodder. Cotton Seed,
Shucks, Horses, lyiules, Stoek of Cattle and Hogs,
Blacksmith Tools, Plantation Utensils, 2 Duggies
and 3 Wagons, one of them entirely new.
Te rms ei sale cash for all sums uder ten dollar s,
and for all sums over ten dollars. a credit until the
36th day of Decemiber next. The purchase money
to be secured by note. with approved sureties.
-WILLIAM A. STROTHIER, Adua'r.
-April61858 3t 13
NOTICE is hereby given to all who are in
debted to me in Edgefield District, either by
Note or Account in 1863, '54, '55 or '56, to coe
forward and settle the same if they wish to save
coste. Also, those in arrears for 1857 will please
call arid settle by cash or note very soon. The
notes and- accounts can be found at my Mill in
*Edfield DIstrict. 3. Y- L. PARTLOW.
*... ar .l 3m 12
SPRING DRY GOODDSG
G RAY & TURLEY,
Beg to call the particular attention of the Public to their
NEW AND ELEGANT
WH AND EAlIIIONIBLE DRY OODL
Which they are now receiving, purchased on such favorable terms as to
warrant them in assuring their friends and customers that
they can save them at least from
Fifteen to, Twenty-five per Cent.
ON ALL FINE AND IMPORTED GOODS.
The question may naturally arise, how is it possible 'for them to do so?,
In answer to this, they wish it to be distinctly remembered
that their's is the
ONLY HOUSE IN~ CEORCIA
That keeps an experienced Purchaseroll days in the year, in the Northern
Markets, with the cash in hand to pick up BARGAINS, wherever
they are offered. When this fact is remembered, it will
be easil perceived that they buy Goods from
IFEEN to TWENTY-FIVE
and in many cases
FIFTY PER CENT. LESS,
Than the same class of Goods can be bought for when the Northern Markets
are crowded with Southern and Western Merchants,
laying in their six months' supplies.
THEIR'S IS STRICTLY A CASH HOUSE.
They buy and sell for CASH; and to save the feelings of all on this subject
who might feel hurt on a refusal to open accoutits with them,
They Distinctly state that i they open Accounts with no one,
NOT EVENI IF THEY' WERE WVORTH A MILLION.
They beg to refer to a few of the leading articles in the different
departments of their Stock. In their
[DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT,
WILL BE FOUND ALL THAT IS NOVEL AND RiCH IN
ich Chints Chene Bayadere SILKS;
Rich Chintz Raye D'Aquille SILKS';
Rich Moire Antiqjue Black and Colored BILKS;
Bischof's Celebrated Black SILKS, in great variety;
Marcellaine and Florence SILKS, all cplors;
Grenadine Crape D'Paris and Sewing Silk ROBES;
. Challie, Barege D'Laine, and Barege ROBES;
CHALLIES, BAREGE D5ELAINES;
BAREGES GRAPE MARETZE;
GRAPE EDPARIS, CANTON CLOTH;
BOMBAZINE, ALPACA, &c.;
40 pieces French MUSLINS, fmue, warranted fast colors, 10c. per yard;
100 piecesflne Figured BAREGE, for twelve and a half cents per yard;
WILL BE FOUND THE CHEAPEST STELLA SHAWLS AND
SCARFS EVER BROUGHT TO TIllS MARKET.
A fine Stella SHAWL for Two Dollars. good value for Five ;
Fine Black and Colored Silk MANTILLAS, from Onc Dollar and Fifty Cents to
[en Dollars.-In their
mbroidery and Hosiery Department,
WILL BE FOUND
Ladies' hOSE, in Cotton, Silk and Linen ;
Misses' H OSE, in Cotton, Silk and Ligen ;
Gents. HALF H OSE, in Cotton, Silk and Linen ;
Ladies' GLOVES, in Kid, Silk. Lineni, and Silk Mitts ;
,000 Embroidered BANDS, in Jaconet, Swiss and Mull;
5,000 Embroidered COLLARS and SETI's, in Jaconet, Swiss and Mull;
EDGINGS and lNSERTINGS, in great variety ;
Embroidered Linen Cambrie HANDKERCHIEFS,in groat variety.
English Thread, Gimpure and Honiton L ACES, just received from Auction, and selling
for half the Importer's cost.
W H ITE G OO DS.
mbroidered Muslin and Lace CURTAINS;
Embroidered MUSLIN, for Ladies' Dresses ;
Plain Jaconet and Swiss MUSLINS ;
Nainsook, Mull and Book MUSLINS;
Printed Brilliante and Frenich Cambric MANTILLAS, SH AWLS,
SCARFS, &c., in great veriety, aind very cheap.
D O ME ST ICS.
5 cases Brown SH IRTINGS, 64 cents;
5 cases White SIIIRTINGS, 6} cents;
1000 pieces CA LICOES, fast colors, 6} cents ;
ALL THE FAVORITE BRANDS OF AMERICAN
AT LOW PRICES.
A very Handsome Lot of Ginghams,
IN BLACK AND COLORED.
2,000 COUNTERPANES, from *1,25 to *10 each;
5 cases 1 1 4 SHEETING, b~est quality, 314 cents ;
5 cases BED TICKING; 'Aproni CHECKS; Furniture PRINTS, &c.
INENS ! LINENS ! LINENS !
Best Irish Linen DAMASK, 50 cents to *1,50 ;
Best Irish Linen NAP~KINS and DO)YLIES, $1 to 4,50 ;
Best Irish Linen TABLE *OTIIS;
Best Irish LINEN, for Shirt Fronts, 25 cents to 1,50 ;
Plain anid Fancy LINENS, for Gentlemen and Boys' Wear, from 181 to 75 cents
RIBBONS-LUTES, Satin and velvet; Furniture and Djess FRINGES;
PARASOLS; HOOP SKIRTS;.FANS; HAIR BRUShES;
COMBS; FANCY SOAPS, .&c..
To all of which they most respectfully invite the attention of the public.
GRAY & TURLEY.
......sa.- Ga . Apr . 19,115. t' 14
SPRING & SUMER OPENING
1 ISS IN. P. MATHEWS, Augustm
Ga., having just returned from New York
respectfully Wls the attention of her former friend
and patrons, vs well as strangers visiting the city
to her stock of SPRING and SUMMER
HATS, DES CAPS, HEAD DRSES
Riding BatI, French Flowers,
.1&ie. ,&e., &c.,
which she opened on the 1st inst., at her new store
opposite the Masonic Hall, formerly occupied by
Ward & Burchard. Also, a full assortment of
Children's. HATS 'Lace. Silk and Mourning
MANTILL AS,'Dress TRIMMINGS, Ladies'
SKIRTS, CORSETS AND HOOPS
of every descriptiot." Miss MATHEWS returns
thanks to-hei numerous friends and customers for
their past patronage, and solicits a continuance of
the same. Allorders attended to promptly.
. I M. P. MATHEWS.
Aligasta, Apr 5 ' 2m* 18
SPRING AN D SUMMER
0 =M.. P 1f"OEXL .A.BM 3.
J AMES HENEY, Augusta, Ga., has just
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 -or 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 lie can
sell at least from' 5 to 10 per cent. cheaper
than any other CASH STOklE in the City. le
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 ordoe 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!
Rudy your inieruis ! Nobody compeled to buy!
Eveeybdy aiied on wik pleasure!
ALL STYLE4-VERY LOW.
Printed Lawn,. Organdie and JACONETS, all
varieties and very cheap;
Printed Lawn, Organdie and Jaconet ROBES,
Pinted Lawn BAREGES and GRENADINES;
A lar-e lot of GINGIlAMS 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.
Shectings, Shtirtings & Ounaburgs.
IRISH LINENS; TABLE LINENS and
TOWELLINGg; Musquito NETTINGS;
Bed SPREADS, FRINGES, &e.
A full surply of 110SI RY, &.. &a, &-c.
Augusta, April 5 tf 13
New Spring Goods!
AUGUST A, GA.,
B EGS to annnunce to h's Edgefield friends tha t
he has now in Store, and is constantly re
eiving, a large and w,11I selected Stock of
Spring and Summer D.my Goods,
Which lie is prepared to sull at VERY .0W pri
es FOR CASH. A'i many oIf the Goods have
been purchased of Cash Ilouses he is enabled to
OFFER GIREAT BARGAINS!I
It will be to tho inteiest of these visiting the
City to call anud e' ~ ' e his Goods aa prices, as
he is confldent the'lI' compare -favorably with
any in the market. Amiong his Stoek may be found
Fancy Plaid nnd Cheeked SILKS ;
Chiene Banyadlere SILKS ;
J3'aek SI LKS, nil qualities;
-Plain and figured GilA LLIES ;
Flounced Muslin ROBES
Organdie, Chilli and Grenadline ROBES:t
MANTIL.LAS, SHAWL'S and SCARFS in
~A large ,'ttck of TJA WNS, MUSLINS, GlING
HAbMS and PR IN TS, together with a full Stock of
HEAVY AND DOMESTIC GOODS,
Suitable for filmilyand plantation use. A lairge lut
oCA LICOIIS, and .bleached and brown SIIiltT
INGS, at 64 ets.
.ugusta, Ga , A pril -5 t 1.3
NEW DRIUG AND SEED STORE,
MY Friends in F~dgefield and surronundinug cotun
IE.try. are informed that I have opiened at Druc
nd Sted Store, and would be hnpi.y' to suipply them
wvith any thinig in my line. Orders filled with dis
Whenu I - halt have complkted imy arran;;emnents,
[ intend the.
" SOUTHEEN SEED STORE."
'o be a thing to brag on. I have culbivated a mar
ket gardena tor ten years. so that w.hen I recom:
nend a seed to coame uy, I mean that its'j roduction
will be good, for nmany will d. ilhis. nndA yet be
ortless. V. LaTASTE.
Augusta, Ga., April- 6 5 t 1:1
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC,. &e,, &c,
IT~lE Subscriber arter returnig thnnks to their
.friends in EDGEFIELD and nidjoining D's
tricts, for their liberal patrnge during~ the lust
ten years, would inform them that thecy still con
tiiue to keep on hand a large asortmnent of
from the celebrated manufactories of R AV EN BA!
CON & CO., HAZELTON, BROS., and A. Il.
GA LE & CO., New York, fur whom they are sole
Agents. These Instruments having already won
such far famed celebrity, it is only necessary for us
to repeat that for strength, durability and finish,
together with powoer, depth, steetness and soft
ness of tone, they challenge competition. Persons
wanting a superior .
,PIANO .FOR TE,
would do much better to call and slect from a large
ssortment, than by aealing with Pedlars and A gents
of inferior makers, where they have no choice, and
have often to pay higher prices for inrerior Instru
ments, than fine ones of superior makers can be
bougt 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 inch as we can recommend and
warrant in every respect.
Their stock of MRUSIC is very large and they
a-e constantly receiving all' new pieces as thdy atre
published. GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS of
the best quality always on hand.
They would also call attention to their large
School and Kiscellaneous -Books, Stationery
and other articles.-ALSO
Always on hand the largest assortment in the State
of GUITA RS, VIOLINS. ACCORDEONS,
FLUTES, FLAGEOLETS, VIOLIN BOWS, &c
and every article of Musical Merchandise.'
- Carhart's and Needhanm'sand Prince'secelebrated
ACCOR DEONS and VIOL.1NS repaired in theL
* All of th'e above articles sold at low fhrices for
Cash or City acceptances by
GEO. A. OATES &. BROTH ER.
Broad Street, Agusta Ga., between U. S.. and
April 7 1858 tf 13
Received this Day.
THREE HUNDRED gallons Uinadulterated
BURNING FISUID at 70 -ets per gallon
100 gals, celebrated KEROSNE OIL, extracter
from coal, at $1.26.
Also, a fresh suppy of Swoodish LEECHES.
A reasonable dedaction made to country mer'
chants purchasing Leeches, at the Apothecary'
Hall, under Augusta kotel.
THOMAS P. FOGARTY.
Aug1sta, Gen.. Arl14 tf 14
185& SPRING EXPOSITION! 18A8
OF FIRST CLASS STAPLE AND FANCY
Silks, Grenadines, Bareges, Challies, Mus
lins, Embroideries, Hosiery, Linens
.- and Domestic Goods,
And the usual line of Goods kept in a first class
Dry Goods store.
Ladies will find in our extensive stock the great
est assortment, in each of the above departments,
ever exhibited in A ugusta. Our great facilities
for obtaining GOODS from Auction and large Im
porters, are such as to ensure our customers that
they may make their purchases from us at the
very lowest 'prices; and many leading articles
much below the market value.
Our Northern, Eastern and European Corres
pondents will send us weekly throughout the sea
son, all that is New, Novel and Stylish, in the way of
Dress Goods and Embroideries.
Our House claims the especial attention of Stran
gers and Visitors, as only one price is asked, and
all Goods are marked in plain figures; therefore,
inexperienced purchasers are not over charged.
Ladies will always receive kind and courteous
attention-it will aflbrd our salesmen pleasure to
show Goods. DICKEY & P111BBS.
P. S.-Sole Southern Agents for John White
side & Co.'s celebrated IRISH LINENS.
Augusta, Mar 29 tf 12
THOMAS J, FOGARTY,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
Broad Street, Attgusta, Georgia,
W OULD respectfully call the attention of Plan
ters, Merchants and Physicians to his fresh
and unadulterated stock of
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals,
AND ALL OTHER ARTICLES IN HIS LINE.
I feel assured that no House in this City or else
where can offer a stock t-uperior in GENUINE
NESS. PURITY, or on more REASONABLE
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED !
All officinal preparations put up under the su
pervision of araduates of the London and Dublin
Colleges of Pharmacy, and In strict conformity
with the formularic of the United States Phar
inacopoia.--My stock of
FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS,
Hdir, Tooth ant and Wall Brushes,
is at all tines complete. I would also call atten
tion tos my stock of
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Varnishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BURNING FLUID, KC.,
which I proar.ise to sell 10 per cent LOWER than
any House in this City.
Any article sold by ime, which does not'give
satisfaction, the money will be returned and ex
pen'es paid in all cases.
Agent for Sherman's Patent Tru , and
the only del)ot for genuine Sweedish LEECH ES
in the City.
gSoliciting a visit before purchasing else
where, I feel confident that tie iniducements of
fered both in lowness of price and punctuality in
aittending to orders, will secure a portion of your
gijrnemember my Store is under the Augusta
H~otel, Augusta, Ga.
TI1OMAS E. POGARTY.
Augusta, iMarch 30 ly 12
NEW SPRING GOODS !
V[ HOS. P. LARUSAugusta, Georgia,has
Sthis day received a rarge lot of SPRING
GOODS, -and will etatinue to do so through thre
summi r, consisting in part of
Ladies' Silk F xed CONGRESS GAITERS,
do do do, do
do Glove Kid Congress do
do Colored TIPTd
do Blactk .do do
do Fine Philadelphia Ki. arid SMorocco SLIP
Slisses' Fixede Kid.Top K( SSUTUI BOOTS.
do Kid anel Morocco SLIPPERS and TIES,
Chihlrens'8SHOES, of every description,
Menes' Calr Opera PUM P BOOTh,
do Goats H EELED INVINCIBLES.
do Patent W.8S. PU31PIS and Oxford TIES.
do Goait B. S. doe
do Calf 13 S. do
do Kid Congress GAITE~RS,
do Calf do do -
Boyie' do do do
With a vatriety too unmerous to mention. Catll
:rid look, as I have aittenative Clerks who will be
glad to show thre Goods.
A ugursta, Geo., A pril 5 tf 13
Friday, 23rd1 day of April, 1858!
1311IE undersignted arec agai1 under the diseaaree
ab!e necessity of irnoring their friends arnd
patrons that owirng to the~ dull sale of tickets for
the last month they are comnpelled to defer the
rawing of their L.ottery, (Relief for Hard Times) to
Friday, the 23rd day of April next.
At ia haich m &b Shemre w'ill pos:iierly be drawn,
achet her the Tickets are all dispusedl of or niot.
They ask thre inrdulgzence of those whno have al
ready broughit tickets tor another short miouthi, as
sring~ them that at the expiration of that time
they shall be relieved of further suspense.
For the benefit of persons who have not seen the
Scheme, we give a syneprsis of it:
PRIZ E No.1 lis a beautiful new Rosewood Piano,
i octaves, chaeborat -ly carved, Pearl Keys and in
laid with pearl, $050. No. 2 to No. 151 inclusive,
are each entitled to a Ten Dallar Bill. No. 152, is
a likely Negro Man, 35 years of age, $1,000. No.
153, a valuable Negro Womran arid her live chil
dren, rangingt from 8 years of age to an infant,
$3,000, (a smrall fortune to the person who draws
This Scheme presents unpre'cedented induce
ments to those who wish to invest in such an en
terprise, as there is not a particle of Humbug
about it, arid those who draw will never have cause
to regret the inivestrment.
THE PLAN OF DRAWING,
Six hundred and fifteen numbers will be placed
in the whree and one hunodredl and fifty-three drawn
out, the first drawvn number taking Prize No. 1,
tire second, Prize No. 2, and so oni until thre 153
prizes are all drawn.
gg Persons at a distance who wishr to invest in
this splendid S9cheme can bre accommrodaeted with
Tickets by inelosing .$l0 to the undersigne-d.
Schemes will be mailed to those who wish them,
fee of postage.
[F Lists of the drawing will be furnished the
day after the Lottery is drawn.
H ARRISON & PITTS, Managers.
Columbus, Ga., Mrch 30 1858 4t 12
B Y Virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me di
rected, I will proceed to sell at Edgefield C.
H., onr the fIrst Monday and Tuesday in May next,
the followIng proprerty to wit:
J. 8. Smyly vs. John Stidham, one Tract of
Land, containing two hundred and fourteen necres,
more or less, adjoining lands of Robt. Bryan, Sr.,
and other lands of thre said John Stidham and oth
ers. Terms Cash.
-JA MES EIDSON, s.KD.
A pril 0185 8 4t ___
N OTICE is hereby given to the heirs and dis
tributees of John Thrailkill, deced., that aset
lement on maid estate will be made in the Ordinary's
Oficee, at Edgefield C. 11., on the first Tuesday in
FR ANCIS T[IR AILKILL, Admr'or.
A pril , 1858 3* 13
F3ROM and after thIs date, I will sell my EN.
IRE Stock of Goods at COST FOR C ASH.
' s B. C. BRY AN.
M... 1 4. 10
S. B. GRIFFIN,
.Adttornoey at samVr,
Will attend punctually to all business entrusted t<
EDGEFIELD C. I., Dec 2, 1857. tf47
Ii A.W O T I CE.
T OMPKINS & BUTLER will attend to all bu
siness in the Courts of Law for this and the
adjoining Districts, that may be committed to their
Oice, Law Range, Edgefield, S. C.
R. W. Tomrsgxs. M. C. Bm'TIA.
Dec 9 tf 48.
a.s.W NOI CE.
M W. GARY, Attorney at LAW and So
e licitor in EQilITY, will practice in this and
the adjoining Districts.
Office, above B. C. BaAN's Store.
Dee 16 ly 49
W ILL attend promptly to all business of the
W profession entruted to his care.
OrFicE, Edgefield C. H., S. C.
April 6 1858 tf 13
THE Subscriber having furnished himself with
a license to use this NEW PROCESS of
INSEETING ART'ICIAL TEETH,
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, with
au 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 frorm all taste, or galvanic
sensation, durability, comfort and security, are
amOng the advantages claimed for this SUPERIOR
mode of setting Artifiial Teeth.
June 24, tf 24
W. W. SALE,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
E. W. HORN,
CHAS. M. MAY,
E. B. FOREST,
W. F. DURISOE,
T 1110S. .. & C. . M IS E,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE & MOISE,
WIOLRSA LE GROQERS,
No. T, Wayne Strecet,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
Jan 27 . ly 3
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
WILL attend at the tinhes and places herein
.after specified to collect the State and District
Tsnx for the year commencing the first day of Oc
t Mrs. Norris Thursday, 318th March.
"Mt. Willing, Same evening, 8 o'clock.
"Mickler's, Friday, '19th~ March.
"Richardsor.'s Saturday, 20th "
" Ridge, Monday, 22nd "
" C. H. Plunket's, Same evening, 5 o'clock.
"Granitevillo, Tuesday, 23rd March.
"Beech Island, WeLdna sday, 24th "
"Hamburg, Thursday, 25th "
"C. & IR. Burnett's, Monday, 29th"
" Nickerson's, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
"Coopersville, Tuesday, 30th March.
"Dorn's Mills, Wecdecsday, 31st "
" M.ore's, Sanme evening, 3 o'clock.
"Stevens' Store, Thursday, 1st April.
"Shatterfield, Friday, 2nd "
"Liberty 11111, Saturday, 3rd "
"White'H-ou'Le, Nolnduay, 5th "
"Rocky Ponds1, Tuesday, 0th "
" Mrs. Midldleton's, snme~ evening, 3 o'clock.
"Red l11ll, Wednesday, 7th "
"Collier's, Thursday, 8th "
"Cherokee Ponds, Friday. 0th "
" Ham:burg, Saturday, 10th "
" Richardson's, Tuesday, 13th "
"Colenant snmithu's,Wedlnes 1:ny, 14th"
" Perrv's X Roads, Thursday, 15th "
"Mrs.~Rhinchlart's, Friday, 10th "
"Mickler's. Satuirday, 17th "
"Dr. John Mobley's, Monday, l'Jth "
"Dr. J. C. Ready's, Tuesday, 20th "
"Ridge, Wednesday, 21st "
"Lvb and's, Thursdlay, 22ndu "
"Iatch~er's, Friday, 23rd,"
"Graniteville, Saturday, 24th"
"Beach Island, Monday, 26th "
"llamiburg. Tuesday, 21th "
"Hward's, Thursday, 20th "
"Clthtlanm's, Same evening, 3 o'clock.
" IPlasant Lane, Friday, 30th "
"J.S. Smvly's, Saturday, 1st May,
"E.lgefielai c. iH. Monday and Tuesday, 3d and
4th May. -
"Mrs. Alien's, Thursday, 0th Maty,
After which time my books will close for the pres-.
ont year. I hope all persons living in the coun
ry ill try to turn out at their respective plrecitncts,
nti nut put oli their returns till the last days at
the Court Ilionse, as there is generally such a
rowd that it is a!mnost impossible to do business
Tax payers will bear in mind that the law re
rjuires them, to make their returns by the time my
books close, or they are subject to double tax, for
te collection of which I ant required to issue a
duble Tax Execution, leave it with the Sheriff',
and take his receipt for the sanme with me to Co
umibia. Please take due notice and govern your
T HEOPHILUS DEAN, 'r.C.E.D.
Mar 1607 10
Boot and Shoe Manufactury!i
HE Subscriber respectfully hrtforms the eit
izens of Edgefleld and particular his old
riends and patrons that he is still at his old stand,
ext the A dvertiser Office, with a good stock of
BOOTS A ND SH OES,
Emlracing a fine variety of Gents' and Ladies
Walking sHlOE4, Fine P'up Soled, Welted and
Waterproof BOOTS wtihihe will sell LOW FOR
ASI. 1ie is also prepared to make to order the
fittest artlcl of Boots, Shoes and Gaiters that htas
been offeredl for sale in this market.
N. .McEVOY, Agent.
SN. 13. An apprentice wantod to learn the
Boot and Shtoe trade.
STATE OF SOOTHI CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
W. s Foreign Aliachmnent.
T IlE Plaintiffs in the above stated eases, having
this day Gled their D~eelaratiuns in my Office,
and the Derendants having neither wives nor At
torneys known to reside wyithin thte limits of this
State, on wvhomt colpies of said Declarations with
rules to plead can be served, On motion of Messrs.
Carroll & H~acon, [Plaintifib' A ttorney, Ordered that
said Defendants appear ad plead to said D~eelara
ion within a year antd a day f'rom the date hereof,
or final ana absolute judlgenment will be given
against them. THOS. G. BACON, c csa.
May 22, 1657. ly 25
FOUR !-Just received 50 Barrels a
' Country FLOUR, and for sale cheap by
'W. R. & T. S. HUDSON.'
Mar1 li f . 10
IJNE ENGLISII DAIRY CHEESE
.EOf superf'ne quality. Just received by
E. PENN, Aon.
March 30 tf 12
New Spring Goodis.
WRIGHT, ALEXANDER & co,
GLOBE HOTEL BUILDING,
BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
A RE now opening one of the largest and most'
attractive Stocks of -
NEW SPRING GOODS 49
ever offered in Augusta, embracing all the newest'
fabrics and designs In Dress Goods.
Robes DeQuille, Odalisque and Flounced ROBES;
in Silks, Twisted Silki, Bereges and Musllns ;
Black and Colored, Plain and Fancy SILKS in
BERAGES, TISSUES, Printed Organdi and Jac
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, .Pillor
Case Linens, Table Cloths, Damasks, Napkini, -
Diapers, Towels and Sheetings;
Stella, Merino, and Berage SHAWLS, Scarfs;
Chantilly Lace and Mourning MANTILLAS, a
Plain and Dotted Swiss, Jaconet, Mull, Nainsook,
Tarlton,Plaid and Striped MUSLINS;
EMBROIDERIES and HANDKERCHIEFS in
every variety of Atyle and quality;
HOSIERY and GLOVES for Ladies, Gentlemon
and Children, in English, French and German
Corded, Grass and every variety f Steel Spring
LINEN and COTTON GOODS for Men and Boys
Dimity, Damasks, Curtain Muslins, Marsilles
Bleached and Unbleached Sheetings and Shirtings
Osnaburgs, Marlboro' and Georgia Plaids and 't
Stripes, Tickings, Checks, and a fall assortment
of Staple Go6ds. We Invite anexamination of
our Stock. Our Goods will be found as represent
ed in quality, prices reasonable, and terms ad
Augusta, Mar 16 6t 10
NEW GOODS FOR 18581
SPRING AND SUMMERSUPPLIE
T AM now receiving my .Spring supplies of.
Goods, Groceries, 6&c., &c., which, .n poir
quality and eheapnesp, willcomp favorably w
the Goods offered by the merchants Of Hamb
My stock of Dry Goods consists of almost every
Lades' Dress Goods,
Of the most fashionable styles and of all qualities
Also, a fine asprtment of seasonable Goods for
Gentlenyn and Youth's Wear.
- lso, a large variety of
BONNETS, #ATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &C.
In the GROCERY line I am prepared to ofler
such inducements as uust'-zplease my customers.
My stock consists of an assortinunt of
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Io s, A .
Also, always ou hand TOBACCO, EOARS,
SNUFF, W I N E S, BRANDIES, P V'R R
gE Come and look at my Stock.
J. L UAR1ION.
Winter Seat, Mar 22 tf 11
Edgefield Female Collegiate
THE Exercises of this Institute will commence
Ton the FIRST DAY of Marchs next under
the management of
MIS3 A.. J. R. MEARS,
*MRS. ANN P. CLARKEand
MISS M- CLARKE.
These Ladies comesto-us-hghly'eedminddd
as lades of reflnomo~nt and Seh6larusuipand with
strong testimonials of, theirpegegpeteucy, expens' ~
ence an liinyafaletg
'The Proprietors feel well sfarel that the Insti- '
tte, under thgwneaenfefise-Ldes,will
be well conducted~ anid wll afford ceducalonaltfa-' -
eltes equal,.to--those of-any Inisttion m'the~'
The Scholastic yer rs divido&into two Sessions
of five nioriths each.. The first Sesslon will end
on the16th July. The second will commance on.
the 2nd dayor August saad end on the 17th day
The R ATES OF TUITION are as follows:
In the Primary Department, including Spel
ling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Eng
lish Grammar, Geography, and.Vocal Mu
sic, per Session,................-.$12,0
In the CollegiateDepairtmfent, including Read
lng, Writing, Eng. Grammar, Geography,
Natural Philosophy. Chenmistry, Geom~etry,
Algebra,.Logie, Rhetoric, Eng. Composi
tion and Vocal Music, per Session,...20,00
French (Extra) per Eession.. .........10,00
In the Ornamental Department,
For Music on Piano, per Session.......2,00
For Drawing and Painting in Water Col
ors, per Sessiunt...i...............10,00
For Needle Work, Emibroidery, &c. pr ses 5,00
Students of Music on the Piano will be charged
S3 l,er Session for u e of Piano, to pay expense of
keping instrtiuments in tuune.
Each pupil will be chatrged $1.50 per Session to
defray contingent expenses, for fuel, &c.
The Institute will be furnished with three Pi
anos in three separate rooms of the Institute build
ing for the use of the pupils.
Vocal Music is deemed by the Proprietors to be
a necessary part of every young lady's education,
hence singing is made a part of the regular exer
cises of the Institute, and the whole School will be
exercised in Vocal music as oflen as twice a Week.
W. W. ADAMS,
8. W. NICHOLSON.
Edgefklll S. C., Feb 23, 188. f 7
rf1IIE Exercises of these Institutions will be re
L sumed on the first Monday in February next,
under the supervision of Mr. JAMES MORRIS'.
in the Femal-, and A. P. BUTLER, Esq,, in the
Mr. Moais has had nine or ten years experience
in teaching ; and carne to this place highly recoim
meded by those for whom he had taught, and
others, and a yeair's experience here has proven he
is entitled to the high testimonials, bestowed upon
i. and we cheerfully and confide ntially commend
him. to the public as one wvell cnlculated to advance
pupils entrusted to his care. lHe will also super
vise the nmost advanced pupils in the M.ale depart
Mr. Tu-ra.s's capabilities to teach and manage
are so we.ll known that we deem It unnecessary to
say anything in regard to his merits.
Prof. BARKLEY will instruct in Music and
French. He is reputed to be a thorough French
Rates of Tultion.
Primary Branches, per Session,....9,00
Sectnd Class " ".---. . 1,000
Third Claes " ".-.-.- 15,00
Fourth Clas " ".- .. 18,00
French, extra " " ...--10,0)
Music, " " ".--.-. 25,00
Contingent expenses " " ....50
HI. A. SH AW, Sec'ry.
Jan 0 tf 62
FLOUR AND CORN MEAL-Can be
had at may house for Cash.
Leather-Harness, Sole, Upper,Kp,&.
N OTICE,-Al those indebted to S. E..Bow
'era, A gent,, will please settle, as' I am desi
rous o? making a change in business. No other
orders will be attended to-without theo Cash. -
S. E:-BOWERS, Agent.
Hamburg, Mar 29 tf -12
NOTICE.-AI persons indebted to the Es
tate of John Kirksey, dec'd., am)ereby
timely warned to make payment forthwjth, and -
those having cfaims againstthe E date are notifie.
to render them in, properly attested, .ataad
day. E. P. U. KIRKSEY, acting zr,
Dc380 _____ f -
Lhaving demands against 'the-dsefJph
Yeldell, deceased, are requested to han~d eas:
the undersigned on oc' before the fifteenth slay t$
May next, assa settleiment of said estate will es
made about that date.
JOSEPH L. TALBIERT, E r
JTASPER H. YELDELL.
April 6 1858 St* 1.