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AUGUSTA, May 1.
-Corrox.-The market is very much depressed,
whether from the lack of money facilities or not, we
are not prepared to say, but business is exceedingly
languid. The sales to-day reached only 198 bales,
at 11* cents. The receipts are 534 bales.
The stie of Cotton in Hamburg and Augusta is
BAcox.-The wholesale trade has been limited du
ring most of the week, and previous prices have been
hardly maintained. We quote hog round 10 S 10i
cents; Shoulders 9c.; Hams 101 @ lie.; Clear Sides
11 @ 1l cents.
LAND.-This article is still plenty, and in demand,
at 11 to 121 cents in bbls.; in cans 12 to 121 cents.
NASHVILLE, April 29.
Weather warmer yesterday than for several'days
- Corro.-Some activity in the market. About 306
bales changed hands-mostly taken by one purchaser
-at figures ranging from 8 to 101.
Wnistr.-Rectified 17 @ 20e.; Country 35 @ 50c.
BAcox.-Shoulders 61c.; Hams 7c.; Sides 10c.;
hog round Sie.
Lann-Is worth 9 cents in Whiskey barrels, and
91 @ 9 in full bound packages.
CINCINNATI. April 29.
Flour 3 65. Whisky 161. Mess Pork 18.00. Bacon
and Bulk meat declined, 1.
CHATTANOOGA, April 29.
Btcox-We notice very fair supplies, amounting
to seven or eight hundred thousand pounde-well
packed and in goo;I order. A large order' might be
filled at 9 @ 91 conjs, hog round-small sales have
bee made t 91-@ 91 cents.
WuZAT-S'ales made at 60 cents and fractions un
der-farmers unwilling to sell at such prices, and but
FLoua-Supplies good and ruling at $2 @ 21.
Conax-Commanding 37 @ 40c., little doing.
Tim next 5th Sabbath Union meeting will be
bold with he Horn's Creek Church commencing
on Friday before the 5th Sunday in May. The
meeting will be organized at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
and attend immediately upon the introductory
Sermon to be delivered by Elder D. D. BayssoN.
Elder S. P. GZ-rZEN, Alternate.
Query: How should Churches deal with mem
bers who have committed public offences'I
J. S. MATHEWS, MoDERAToR.
0. W. Nixox, Clerk.
THE AUGUSTA WEEKLY DISPATCH.
We are still furnishing this valuable weekly
journal to our subscribers at the low price of $1
per year. The "Dispatch " is a large sheet and
well worth double the money at which it can be
had. We regard it in fact a capital paper, and as
cheap as any weekly in the United States.
Those who wish to take advantage of this more
than reasonable proposition, will send their $1,00
and names to the Advertiser Office at an early date.
April 21 1858 tf 15
After Monday 18th inst., Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday of every week, will be assigned for
Sawing Lumber; and Thursday, Friday and S: t
urday, for Grinding Wheat and Corn. Customers
are requested to keep standing turns at the Mill
which will be a convenience to all concerned.
R. T. MIMS.
Jan. 13 tf 1
WORMS! WORMSI WORMS I
A great many learned treatises have been written,
explaining the origin, of, and classifying the worms
generated in the human system. Scarcely and topic
of medical sciene has elicited more acute observa
tion and profund rgsearch ; and yet physicians are
very niuch divided in opinion on the suhject. It
must be admitted, however, that, after all, a mode of
expelling them and purifying the body from their
presence is of more value than the wisest disquici
tions to their origin.
Such an expelling agent has at lart been found.
Dr. M'Lane's Vor~mifuge proves to be the much sought
after spo'cile-its efficacy being universally acknowl
edged by the entire medical faculty. As further
proof, read the following from a lady-one of our
Nuw YOaK, October 15th, 1852.
.This is to certify that I was troubled with worms
for more than a yeasr. I was advised to use J/'Lanc'
Celebrated Vermifuage, prepared by Fleming Bros. of
Pittsburgh. I took one-bottle, which brought away
about fifty worms; I commencod improving at once,
and am now perfectly well.' The public can learna
my name, and further particulars, by applying to
Mrs. Hardie, No. 3 Manhatten plae, or to E. L.
'Theall, .D~ruggist, corner of Rtutger and Monroe
gg Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR
M'LANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, manu
factured by 'FLEMENG BiROS., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
All other Liver Pills in comparison are worthless.
Dr. M'Lane's genuine Liver Pills, also his celebrated
Vormifuge, can now be had at all respectable drug
stores. .None genuine woithout the eignaure of
50. . FLEMING BROS.
A CALICO PARTY!I All persons wish.
.1ing to nubscribie to the above, will find the
List irt my hands. The Ladies are to appear in
- Calico Dresses-and no ornaments to be worn.
Tbe Party will be held in the Masonic Hill, on
Friday the 14th May. S. WHITE,
Acting for Committee.
May 5 tf 16
9-ru REGIMENT, S. C. M. ~.
-Tccxuu's Posn, May 3, 1858.
A COURT MARTIAL will be held at 'rs.
Susasn Brunson's, on S.aturday the 29th May,
for the purpose of tryingt all defaudters of Militia
and Patrol duty. The Co.urt will consist of the
following officers, who are hereby authorized to be
in attendance :
Maj. 0. W. BUIRTON, President.
Capt. SroNE., 'Capt. T1IUnMOND,
" LASGLET, " MIonGAN4,
* ~ t TIMMERaXs, Lieut. SETTLE.
Capt. DANIEL Bac~soN, yudge Advocate.
By order of Col J. W. TOMPKINS.
MAT. Moes, Ad4j't.
NQ'IJ~lij is hpre~by givop lh~IpplcajQu will
N be ru at the xey session of the Logisla,
tire, for a Charter for-a Road to run from the
Lutheurmn Church, on Edisto, to intersect the Co
hiambia Road at or naear Col. John H~uiet's, two and
a half miles from Edgefield Village. 1
M.,y 5 61
T RtOM my residence oin the 27th of March, a
1bright sorrel FILLY, two years of age. I
offer a Reward of TEN I)OLL ARS to any person
that will secure her, and inform me of her whew.
abouts. She was seenl last near Calhoun's Mills.
Address -S. I). S- GAINE.S,
Dianiond Hill, P. 0., 5. C.
May4l1858 Ct 16
Fresh Arrivals !
U.I-T received a supply of Chesapoako OYS
Fresh SALMON and MACKEREL, hermetically
Also, one barrel puse old PEACH BR \ND)Y.
For sale by S. E. BOW ERS, Ag't.
Hlambu.-g, May 4 1858 tf 16
Seed Peas for Sale!i
11 lE Subscriber offers for sa'e at his late resi
Idence, ore and a half miles west of Mr. Ju
lies Day's, a lot of PE.w, at $1i pr bushel, easha
Those in want will please meet haim there on tha
15th' inst., when he will be prepared to dehlvel
them.J. 1'. PORTER.
m'ay 5 ~ 10*10
Sume Silks. hIE
flainBlac andstripedGR sR NE
Plaid and-Plain Glue. and In-hia"
Foulard and Marceline, all colours,
Will be sold very low by
J. 13. SULLIVAN & CO.
"IEmS MACELEREL-J~at ree.-ived stve
rai Kitta of fine MESS MA CKER EL. Cal
-aed ek-lim. IC T. DAVIS. Aew.
T HE Pioprietor of this well known and popu
lar HOTEL takes peculiar pleasure in an
nouncing to his friends and the travelling public
generall'r, that this House is open for the reception
of company, and that his whole eaergies will be
put into requisition to gratify the wants of each
and all who may favor him with their patronage.
The House has just been thoroughly repaired,
and the Rooms and Furniture put in excellent con
dition for the Spring and Summer season.
- My Table will be furnished with the best that
can be had, and presided over by one skilled in
the culinary department-and in short, everything
requisite to gratify .the taste of the epicurean will
be supplied in abundance. The servants of the
CAROLINA HOTEL are noted for their polite and
attentive character, and are ever in attendance to
obey the wishes of my Guests.
New STABLES have recently been built, which
are commodious and complete, and Horses left in
my care will receive kind and careful treatment.
Thankful for past encouragement and patron
age, I respectfully solicita continuance of the same.
JOHN A. MAYS.
ar The travelling community are notified that
they and their bagange will be conveyed, at a mo
ment's warning, without charge, to the Carolina or
Georgia Depots. J. A. M.
Hamburg, May 8 1858 tf 16
I WILL sell at my residence on TUESDAY, the
18th of this Month, the following articles of
properly, to wit:
A fine lot of COWS, several with young calves;
Lot of HOGS, Sows with young pigs;
Lot of fine fat SHOATS; House
hold and Kitchen FURNITURE;
small lot of CORN, SHUCKS and
PLOUGHS; 1 two horse WAGON and I
HARNESS; and numerous other articles too
tedious to mention.
Tjuxs-On a credit till first January next, with
interest from day of sale. Purchasers will be re
quired to give note with approved sureties.
May 4 1858 2t 10
A LL persons having demands against the Es- 1
tate of A. J. Rountree, deceased, will present v
them properly attested to the subscribers for pay
ment, and all indebted to said Estate must make
JONATHAN G. STEEDMAN,
WILLIAM A. MERITT.
Adm'rs. cum. tesiamento annezo. e
May 4 tf 10 t
Edgefield Female Collegiate
T HE Exercises of this Institute will commence
on the FIRST DAY of March next under
the management of
MISS A. J. R. MEARS, PRIiCIPAL.
MRS. ANN P. CLARKE and
MISS M. CLARKE.
These Ladies come to us highly recommended
as ladies of refinenrent and Scholarship, and with
stron testimonials of their competency, experi
ence and eflicieticy as Teachers.
'1 lie Proprietors feel well assured that the Insti'
tute, under the managemetit of these Ladies, will
be well conducted, and will afford educational fa
cilities equal to those of any Institution in the
The Scholastic year is divided into two Sessions
of five mionths acl. The first Session will end
on the 16th July. The second will commence on
the 2nd day of August and end on the 17th day
The R ATES OF TUITION are as follow's:
In the Primary Department, includime~ Spel
ling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Eng
lish Grammar, Geography, and Vocal Mu
sic, per Session,........... ......--.$12,50
[n the Collegiae Department, including Read
ing, Writing, Eng. Grammar, Geography,
Natur~d Philosophy, Chemistry, Geomery,
Algebra, Logic, Rhetoric, Eng. Composi
tion and Vocal Music, per Session,... 20,00h
French (Extra) per~ session....... .....10,00 f
n the Ornamental Department, ,
For Music on Piano, per Session....25,00 ~
For Drawing and Paintig in Water Col
ors, ler Fession, ...... . ... 10,00
Embroidery Chenille upon Satin, per Ses 10,00 C
Embaossed Embroidery, " 10,00 J
Tufting, " 10,00
liair Work, " 100
Gi-ecian Painting, " 1l,It0 ti
Oriental P'ainting, " 10,00
Pastel Painting, " 5,00.
Students of Music on the Piano will be charged 1
p- per Session for u e of Piano, to pay expense of I
keeping instuments in tune.
Each pupil will lbe chiarged $1.50 per Session to
iefray contingent expenses, for fuel, &c.]
igTuitionm bills due and payable at the end of
The Institute will be furnished with three Pi- I
mnos in three sepiarate rooms of the Institute build- 1I
ig for the use of the pupils.
Vocal \1 asic it dleemed by the Proprietors to be '
a necessary p~art oif every young lady's education,p
ence singing is made a part of the regular exer
cises of the institute, and the whole School will be a
exercised in Vocal music ats often as twice a week.
W. W. ADAuIS,
S. W. NICHOLSON. 4
A t the close of the year a Catalogue will be pub
lished embraceing the names of all the paupils in at
tendance during the year, with an engraving of the
buildings ail premniseP.
Edlgefield, S. C., Feb 23, 1858. tf 7
JST made and for sale 100,000 Good
BRLICKS, which will be sold on roasonablo
terms. A considerabile discount made for cash.
HI. D). CRIOOKERt.
A pril 21 1S58 t f 15
A LL p~ersonas indebted to the estate of Daniel
Boone, dec'd., aie requested to make imnedi
ate paynient, and all pers-onas having demands
agaist, the sanme are hereby notified to present
them properly attested.
L. P. BOONE, Ad'r
PETER OUZT. * d'os
Dec. 23,1857. tf 50.
NTICE TOJ3RURGE BUIMEISS
WILL bg lt to thp Lowest b~dr thag builing
Tpftp id'gp prossStiprpus'Crepk, npar Mr.
George McKi 's, on Wednosday then l.h dity of
May necxt. The conditions will be specified at thu
day of letting, and will be lot at the Creek, pre
isely at 11 o'clock- J. P. NIXON, Comn.
Mar 3 10__ lt* 8
A LL piersons indlebted to time Estate of Cha~rles
Nem.-regoir, llee'd. will pleaise matke itmmedi
ate psaynment. Amd those htaving any demands will
preseut them properly attested.
A. RAMSAY, Adm'r.
.Tuly 7'17 tf 20,
T HE Imiported SPANISH
Jacs OLUMBUS will
tatd the gpm ing Season of
1858 at Edgetleld C. H., and
will serve a limited number
of Mares at Ten Dollars the
season, payable when theo
Maro is served (in cash or a
due note.) Mares bred to this Jack not proving
in foal can be sent back the next year free of
charae. S. F. GOODE.
Mar 10 tf 9
NOTICE.-AI persons indebted to the Es
.itate of John Kirksey, dlec'd., are hereby
titely warned to make paymint forthwith, and
those having claims against the E tate are notified
tos render them in, properly attested, at an early
day. E. P. II. KIRKSEY, acting Ex'or.
Doc a tf 5I
IGHITY Saeks good F AIIILY FLOUR, from
D1i orn's Steam Mill, at three dollars per sack
Cr.sh. .1. B. SUTLLIVAN & CO.
A pril 28 If 16
E STATE NOTICE.-All persons indebted
to the Estate of .A. T. Traylor, dee'd., are
notified to settle the same forthwith ; and those
having deamanids against the said Estate will pleaee
render them itn, ptroperly attested, to thme Admints
trator at Calhotun's Mills, Ahuheville District, S. C.
M. 0. TA LMAN, Adm'or.
Api 2.. 8 8 m 8m 1
FRESR DRUGS, EDICIMES, &.
T HE Subscribers take pleasure in Informing
their friends and patrons that they are NOW
RECEIVING a Large Addition to their al
ready extensive Stock of PURE and FRES11
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
We are prepared and will take pleasure in fur
nishing Physicians with a CO.NMPLETE OUTFIT
of Medicines, Instruments, Shop Furniture, Medi
cal Saddle Bagas, &c., &c., &c.
TO THE LADIES.
We will also say to the Ladies that our Stock
comprises-AI articles for the TOILET, from the
Dressing Comb and Brush to the richest Perfume
ry. Fine Soaps, Pomades, Hair Restoratives, De
pilatory, Cosmetics, Lubin's Genuine Extracts, &c.
&lso, FLAVORING EXTRACTS for Cullna'y pur
TO THE PLANTER
le say, your wants have been attended to in our
yresent selection. Send in your ordersor come
n and let us put you up a complete Plantation
,ase of Medicines, Instruments, &c., with full di
ections for use, in all simple cases, and thereby
ave time, money and health. A simple cathartic
r the timely administ'ation of an emetic, or an
inodyne, does and will often break the chain of
norbid action, thereby preventing serious and pro
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY
e extend the invitation to call on us. We have
11 of .the most re-putable nostrums recommended
o cure almost all of the ills and aches to which
lesh is heir to. If you cannot find anything
,dapted to your case, we will exert our skill in
areparing something for .your relief.
JXaPrescriptions filled with accuracy and dis
>atch at all hours, day or night.
|JiCall and examine our Stock at the Drug
Iore under the Odd Fellows' & Masonic Hall.
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE.
Edgefield, April 22 if 10
A GREAT desideratum in the way of LIGHT
is accomplished. An illmialnating Oil. is
irepared from Coal, called KkROSENE OIL,
3illiancy and Intensity of. Light
s unsurpassed by all other artificial lights. It is
ot explosive-will extinguish fire if poured on it
-and last, though not least, it is very little more
xpensive than sunshine. A small Lamp, giving
he Light of six Candles, will not cost exceeding
alf a cent an hour, which can be graduated so as
a give less light at a much less expense.
We have the exc'usive Agency for the KERO
LENE OIL and LAMPS in this place, and will
ell them at Charleston prices and terms, which
re exclusively for Cash.
A. G & T. J. TEAGUE.
April 28 f IG
4EW DRUG AND SEED STORE
Y Friends in Edgefield and surrounding cnun
, try, are informed th:at I have opemd a Drug
ott 8 ed Store, and would be happy to supply them
ith any thing in my line. Orders filled with dis
When I -hall have compkcted my arrangements,
"SOUTHERN SEED STORE."
'o be a thing to brig on. I have culivated a mar
et garden for ten years, so that when I recoin
tend a seedl to cone ui,, I menan that its I roiduction
ill le good, for jnany will d1.. this. and yet be
rthless. V. LaTASTE.
Augusta, Ga., April 6 5t 13
A C A RD.
I 'IIE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends
aind patrons that, he is st~ill attending to the
WATCH REPAIRINIG EUSINESS,
[avinrg removcd his Shop to his residence I of
f a mile West oif the Village.' Thankful for past
tvors, he solicits the continuance of that liberal
atronage he hans so long received. His work, as
eretofore, will be warranatedi to give entire satis
etion, or no charge~ will be made.
lie has just received a large assortment of
le is also prepared for Electro Platir.g, with
OL D) and SiLY EI,'Watch Cases, Spoons, Forks,
PIA NOS neatly repaired and corrcly tuned.
[.7 Any work left at my Cottage, will be punc
ally attended to.
Hi. A. GRAY.
SApril 21 2mn 1.5
few Spring and Summer Goods
E. PENlN, Agent,
[ S now receiving aind o'pening a Vlt CIIOICE
and lBEA UTIFU L Stouck oif
Sprinig ands Sununuer Goodse,
urc-laed at low price~s ina New York, P'h.lade~lphlia,
iitiore siud Charleston.
lis Stoca.k will emb~racd every variety and~ style
f G one suited to the seasons, and will be sold at
ricos that will nf,t fail to give e~nti-. satisflautio'n.
Thme public are rvmpectfully invited to call and ex
mine his stock.
March 30 tf 12
3HEAP FAMILY GROCERIES!
r lE Subscriber is now receiving and opening
ia V'ElY CilOICE STOCK of well selected
lo which lie bega leave to invite the attention of
'laters in want of Chonice Stupplies. lie may be
und in the lBlock of Builings forrmerly occupied
y GRORGE ROBINSO-N as a Hardware Store.
y course will be to adopt the old motto',
A nimble Penn~y is better than a
Slow Shilling !"
My Stock will consist in part of the following ar
St. Croix S;UGA R;
New Orleans, old p~roess, SUG AR;
" new "m do.
Stuart's A. B. andl C. Soft do.
" (A) Crushed do.
" Powdered do.
" Sugar House SY RUP';
New Orleans do.
Old Government Java COF'FEE
Rio do. el~o
2iglish fliry apd Goshen C'H EESE~
C~rwice Old BRANflY ad Ilolland GIN;
Jamaica and New England R UM ;
Johna Gibson's XX rand XXX ;
Reetified ad Tennesseee WhISKEY ;
CONF ECTION A R IES anal PlCK LEO
MACKEREL, SALMON and SARDINES;
Superfine FLOUR, &e , &c.
A Fresh supply of ORANGES'and APPLES;
Together with namany other nrtieh-~s too tedious to
mentin. TIIOS. KERNAGNIAN.
P. S.-Also a fresh supply of No. 1 and 2
MACKEREL in Kitts, * anid & Bbts;
Buckwhaeat FLOUR. No. 1;.
Fine Spanish SEGARtS;
MACCARONI; CITRON; and CRACKERS;
25 Bbls. Fresh Thomaston LIME ;
Hamburg, Ja. 19 ly 9
i WlSS, Jacunet, Pique, COLLARS and UN
Swiss, Jlae'nnet, EDGING3, INSERTIONS and
Swiss, Jlaconet, Inf.mnts W AISTS and ROBES,
Ral Meclia, Thread, Linea and S.lk EDGINGS.
All fresh and newY, arnd w'ill be mold low by~
J. B SULLIVAN & CO.
A pril 28 tf 16
Received this Day.
T HIREE 11UNDRED galients Unadulterated
l1UR~INU FLUID at 70 ctu per g'allon.
10) gis. celebrated KEROSNE OIL, extracte.1
from coal, at $1.2(1. .
Also, a fresh supply of Sweedish LEECHES.
A reasonmable dedluction made to country nmer
chants purchiasingz Leelcs, at the Apotheccary's
Hall, under Augusta Hotel.
T HOMAS P. FOGARTY.
Augusta, Geo., April 14 tf - 14
NOTICE is hereby given to all who are in
debted to mc in Eadgefield District, either by
Note or Accounat in 1853, '54, '55'or '50, to conic
forward and settle thre same if they wis to save
costs. A~so, thtose in arrears for 1857 will pleast
call and'settle by cash or note very soon. The
notes and accouints cant be found at my Mill It
Edgefield District. J.y. L. ?AgLgW.
MN i . -' 1
O WING to the continued bad health which
am now afflicted with, and but little pros
pects of a final recovery, renders me unfit for'bt
siness aiy longer,! am, therefore, desirous of sel
ling out to an approved purchaser on very moderat
terms, my ENTIRE ST.0CK and TRADE noi
kept in the Brick Store, next below Mechanics
Bank, consisting of general
House Furnishing Supplies,
STOVES, RANGES, GRATES, HOLLOW WARE
Of the very best kind.
TIN WARE OF ALL EINDS.
COPPER, SHEET,1RON, BRASS, LEAD,
BLOCKfIN AND SHELF GOODS,
Of the very best cutlery, of Jate importation; with
a Mechanical business attached, with my ownr
workmen, whieb ivould be hired at the sanme tine
if desired, witr the nt cessary Machines and Tools,
Patterns, and many other th.ings too tedious to
mention. - :
This Is a business of. THIRTY-ONE YEARS'
operation, and s i rstrate opening for some
young man -just starting in the world.
Will also be sold, if desired,
80 BOXES ROOFING TIN;
20 do Ic do 15 1 x do, and 5 do 20 by Ix, suita
ble for customer's work; together with .a large
supply of WIRE, all Nos. from I to 20, with all
kinds of FITTINGS, suitable to the business.
Time will be given to an approved purchaser.
Enquire of .B. F. CIIEW.
Augista, April 21 f 15
I HE Subscribers Would call the attention of
buyers to their large Stock of GROCERIES
now on hand and d-tily receiving, conisting in part of
500 LARGE SIZE NEW SACKS SALT,
300.Bbls. TROMASTON LIME,
100 BALES HEAVY GUNNY BAGGING,
200 BOLTS " PATCHED "
300 COIL GREEN LEAF ROPE,
200 1 A LF " " "
50 -Ilhas. NEW CROP MOLASSES,
20 TIERCES NEW CROP MOLASSES,
100 Bbla. " "
50 Bble. C1101CE NEW ORLEANS SYRUP,
100 lhsle. ALL GRADES SUGAR,
25 lids. " " "
100 BAGS COFER, all qualiti..s,
300 BOXES ADAMANTINE CANDLES,
100,000 Lbs. TENNESSEE BACON, &e.
Thankful for the ve y liberal iatronage extetided
to thtm, they respectfully sLk the coutinusnce of
the same. ESTES & CLARK.
Augusta, Ga, April 21 1858 tf 15
NEW GOODS FOR 1858!
SPRING AND SUMMER SUPPLES.
AM now reciving my Spring supplies of Dry
Goods, Grocer*es, &c., &c., which, In po:nt of
quality and cheapness, will compare favorably with
the Goods offered by the merchants of Hamburg
My stock of Dry Goods consists of almost every
Lades' Dress Goods,
Of the most fashionable-ityles and of all qualities.
Also, a fine assortment of seasonable Goods for
Gentlenen and Youtlis Wear.
. Also, a large variety of
BONNETS, HATS, CAPSf BOOTS, SHOES, &C,
In the GROCERY line I am prepared to offer
such inducement. as must please my customers.
Aly stock consists of an assortment of
Sugar, Coffee, Ten, Molasses, &c.
Also, always on hand TOBACCO, SEGARS,
SNUFF, WINE S, BRANDIES, P URE
g~ Come and look at my Stock.
3. L. HARMON.
Winter Sat, Mar 22 tf 11
T HE Subscriber having purchased the premises
L.formerly occupied by Mr..H. A. GR AY, as a
WVtch repairing shtop: is now ptepared to do all
kinds of work in conneetit n with
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and
Havinmi secured lthe gvices of a FIRST CL A.S
VATCH MAKER, nd being a practical Clock
M1aker himself, he hopes to give entire satisfaction.
All work done at his shop is warranted, ..nd if
it fails to give satisfaction, thc money will be re
All persons leaving work with hinm may depend
upon gettina it at the time promised.
P. S-A lRegulator, that will keep exact tinme,
wtill be kept rumning in the shop. Persons desi
rius of obtlaining the true time, can be accomnoda
ed at. any hour ini the day. .
F. H. CANDEE.
Aril 0 1858 tf 1:
Mount Enon Work Shop,
i H IE universal ~satisfaction -that the work done
by the subscriberc hats he-retofo e given, en
ourage. hii,n to hope that for the fu'unre lhe will Ihe
equally sucessl-ul. le is better p'epared every
3 er to do better work, and he does not h-.sitaete to
any that thme
COTTON GiNS AND T HIR-ASH ERIS
mae by him nre equaml to any now oil'ered far sale'.
Many t stimnianuls of this fact might bm.- given.
W~mk kept constantly on hand, and ores exe
uted at thme sho~rte-st notic. Adderess.
T110.\lAS E. CIIAPMAM,
Coleman's X Roals. Elo-li.-ld I iist S. C.
ggrr .\lr. D. R. DURISOE, at the " A dvertiser
Otlic, who is my authorized Agenmt.
Boo t and Shoe Manufactury !
T}IIE Subiscriber respecctfully infor~rms the. cit
l.izens of E~igefield anid plarticular his old
friendls and patronsa thathe is still at his old stanmd,
next the Advertiser Oflice, with a good stock of
BOOTS A ND Sh OES,
Embracing a fine variety of Gents' and Ladies
Walking SHiOES, Fine P'umpl Soled, Welled and
Watrpoof BOOTS whmichm he will sell LOW FOIR
CASII. lIe Is also prepared tomnake to order the
nest arteile of Boots, Shoes and Gaiters that has
been otl-ered for sale in this market.
~TermsN. McEYOY, Agent.
g(- N. B. An apprentice wanted to learn the
Boot and Shoe tradp.
a .V ut received another supply of those
In SteedOYsTERS, which are very palata
ble to the " innor man." Try 'emt.
Also, fresh M ACKEREL, Salmon, Lobst-rs;
Fine Canvassed H A.\S. Dried Be. f, Tongues.&c
Soda Biscuit and Crackers of all kinds;
PIf'KLE 4, a large and exel lent variety ;
Family FLOUR, a fine article, in sacks;
BUCKIVIIEA T FLOUR,.-slendid these Spring
mornings geney moistened with a smnall quantit~y
of that excellent N. 0. SYRUP, of which I have
at h1 on hand a few Barrels ;
Durkey's YEAST POWDER, &c., &c., whmicla
will be sold at reasonable prices.
W. K I4EQQ.
Mai t , IQ1
Sam will have it Pure.
I H AVE this day received two IBarrels of purl
R YE W HISKEY, and five Barrels of purn
CORN WHISKEY, v-ery old and putre-shippet
by Mr. Cenni direct fromt North Carolina. Somt
of the most eminent Physicians of Augusta pmur
chase it for their use. For sale by
S. E. IOWERS, Agt.
N. B.-On hand 25 BbIa. Key Stone Mononga
Hamburg, Mar l if 8
New Cheap Goods.
T TIR Subscriber is no-v receiving at his Store
FULL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,t
which he respe.ctfully invites the attention of i
friends and customners.
9T Thankful for past favors, lie solicits a con
tinuance of the same.
JOilN M. CLARK.
Cold Spring, S. C., A pril 21 185S if 15
White Goods, White Goods,
J UST 'Received ,Plain, Checked and Stripe
tJaconets, Nainsook, Swiss and India MULL.!
Vi toria and Bishnp LAWNS; well a-sorted froi
2 eents up. -J. B. SULLIVAN & *CO.
A pril 28 tf '10
CH EOICE BACON.-G. L. PEN N,A Ac
will re'*eive this ,enin, 6009 lbs. GO8
AC.N, whichiif heso atlowi as can be a
SApril 21, 1858. tf . I5
1858, SPRING EXPOSITION! 1858.
OF FIRST CLASS STAPLE AND FANCY
bilks, Grenadines, Eareges, Challies, Zus.
Hias, Embroideries, H6siery, 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 Augusta. 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 l.elow the market value.
Our Northern, Eastern and European Corres
porments will send us weekly throughout the sea
son, all that is New, Novel and Stylish, in the way of
Dress Goods and Embroideries.
Our Ho.e 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 couroeous
attention-it will atford our salesmen pleasure to
show Goods. DICKEY & PHIBBS.
P. S.-Sole Southern Anents for John White
aide & Co.'s celebrated IRISH LINiENS.
Augusta, Mar 29 tf 12
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT THE
NEW CARPET STOREJ
234 King St. Charleston, S. C.
T HE Subscriber invites the attention of buyers
to the richest and most elegant stock of
C A R-P E T I N G S
Ever exhibted in this City (of DIRECT IMPOR
TATION, per stips backinaw, Amelia, R. Cobden
and others, from I.ivurpool to this port,) comprising
a full and completenssortme-nt of:
Medallion Velvet CARPETS, in single and dou
Royal Velvet Pile, new patterns;
Tapestry Brussels, choice patterns and brilliant
English Wire Brussels, choicepatterns and colors;
English and American Imperial Three-Ply new
Scotch, English and Americn Ingrains, new
Venetlon CARPETS, all widths;
English Wool Dutch, Hemp Dutch and Cotton
8-4, 12-4 and 104 Woolen DRUGOETS;
American Felt DRUGGETS, beautiful goods;
Green BAIZE, Table Oil CLOTHS;
Linen and Woo!en CRUMB CLOTIIS, all sizes;
Velvet, Axninster, Tufted and Brussels, Rugs,
Stair Rods, Door Mats. &c.;
FWOR OIL CLOTIIS, in all widths, thoroughly
seasoned, and warranted in every respect, cut to
fit room, entries, stair ways, &c., &c.
Cocoa and Canton M ATTINGS, in all widths.
;IV Especial attention is also i equested to his
large and varied stock of
LINEN G O%)D S,
PILLOW-CASE, TABLE AND BED LINENS,
'COLORED TABLE COVERINGS,
AND FRUIT DOILEYS,
PIANO AND TABLE COVERS,
A full assortment,
* WINDOW SHADES, &c., &c.
-tfluyers by the piece or package, dealt with
on thei m~st liberail terms.
iEr The Carpet Upho'stery attended to as usual.
by the most thoroughb andi experienced1 Artis's, atnd
every item in that itne. warranted' t->give satisfaction.
P. S.-AII orders from the Country responded
to promptly, and receive my persotnal supervision.
JAMES G. BAILEY,
Imnporter :and l1.a-ner in Carpets,
NEW CARPET STORE.
Charleston, Nov 2 tf 43
'j "lE Sutbscribecrs return their thanks to their
.kindl patrons for thme liberal supp~ort they
have received, anid respectfully solicit a continu
anice of that, generous patronage.
e They state with confidence now that they are
WELL PRE'PAR ED to carry on the
Coach making and Repairing Business
In its various branches. Their work shall be ex
scuted in a durable, handsome, style and by work
men skilled itn their resieetive trades.
We have and inted a!ways keep~ing on hand a
large and (ime assortmtent of'
CA'aRIA GES, BUGGIES, RCCKA WAY S, &C,
Of the our own matufature-beautiful to behold
anti of much value to thme lucky purchtaser.
We will also keelp constantly in our Estabalish
ment a full Stock of Northern B3UGG!ES and
CA RRIAG ES, of superior manufacture.
(T All sorts of R EPAIRiNG dlone in thme best
manner. nnd with the greatest disp-itch.
fCall and examitne our Stock. Our prices
htave been put down to corresponimd with thte hard
times. SM1ITH & JONES.
Dec 23 ______tf 50___
Octagon Burial Gases
'1 "lE Subscriber keeps constantly on hand at his
|1 Furniture Room., opposite thme Post' 0l1iec, a
laree assortumentrof this new style of METALIC
BURIA L CASES, or beautiful form, and Iluished
int perfect resetnblance of highly polished ROSE
WOOD. Thtese CASES are now extensively used
and possess many valuabmle advantages over all
Coffins now before the public.
I will also keep ready for delivery at a moment's
warning, a line Stuck of WOOD) COFFINS, of my
own mazrf.,etture, and of all sia. prices and quality.
JOHN M. WITT.
Edge~it, Nlay 13 18
My termts 'or selliag META LIC BURIAL CA
SKS'is Cask, but should the calt not accompany
the order, luter est will be charged from thte day- of
delivery. . JOIIN M. WI'T.
N. 1.-Wood Cuflins will be sold as formerly.
Jan. 20 tf 2
tXECUTOlt's NOTICE.--All persons
.2having demands against the Estate of D. F.
Hollingsworth, dee'd., are notified to render in
their accounts, properly attested, without furthmer
delay, as thme Executors intend to settle up the
Estate as soon as possible. Look out that your
accounts are not debarred. Those indebted to
said Estate must make arrangements to settle up
&.t an early date.
J. HT. HIOLLINGSWORTH, ,
J. HI. WALKER. Ex'ors.
A pril 28 tf 1
N OTIC E !-AII person. indebted to the (;
-sate of George MeD. Rearden ge. re~gited
.to make immediate settley9~e%; aud those htaving
demands aggist ite Estate will please present
them furtihwith, properly attested.
R. P. II. KIRKSEY, Ad'or.
Jan 6, 52.
OTIC E,-nAll those indebted to S. E. Bow
Ners, A gent, will please settle, as I am dei
arous of making a change in business. No o~hyz
orders will be attended to without the ~11
Hamburg. Mar 09 '. ' '1
- g IOC is hereby gIven that application
L).. will be made before thte Legislature at its
r- nex Session, for a Charter of a Rail Road to rum
from Hamburg to Columbia.
April2 ts e 16
C A NDIDATS.
W Tim Fieuds of WILLIAM GREGG, Esq.
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for SFe
ator at the next election.
. 'The Friends of Col. JAMlES P. CARROLL
respectfully present him as a Candidate for the
State Senate at the ensuing election.
W Tr friends of S. W. GARDNER, respect
fully announce him a Candidate for the House of
Representatives at the ensuing election.
May 4 to 16
W Tus Friends of Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN,
respectfullanominate him as a Candidate for clec
tion to a Seat in the next Legislature.
blar 10 to* 9
W WE are authorized by the friends of Col.
JAMES TONPKINS to announce him as a- Can
didate for a Seat in the next Legislature at the
W The friends of Col. JOHN QUATTLEBUM
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a
seat in the next Legislature at the ensuing election.
April 7 to* 13
W We are authorized by the friends of Maj.
A. L. DEARING, to nominate him as a Candidate
for a seat in the Houe of Representatives at the
April 7. to 13
0'7 The friends of M. W. OARY, Esq., present
im as a Candidate for the State Legislature at the
Mar. 31. to* 12
W TB Friends of W. W. ADAMS, Esq., re
spectfully present him as a candidate for the State
Legislature at its next Session.
Mar 23 to* 11
r[e The Friends of J. HAMDEN BROOKS,
Esq., respectfully present him as a Candidate for
the State Legislature at'its next Session.
WTnE Friends of Maj. ABRAM JONE3 re
spectfully present him as a Candidate for re-lee
Lion to the State Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
W. W. SALE,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
aor TaZ. Collector.
CHAS. M. MAY.
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
E. W. HORN.
W. F. DURISOE,
E. B. FOREST,
.A.ttorn.ey at I.aaw,
Will attend punctually to all business entrusted to
EDGEFIELD C. II., Dec 2, 1857. tf47
UW. GARY, A ttorney at L AW and So
Li. Iie.t.,r in EQUITY, will practice in this and
te adjoaining District.
Ofie. above B. C. Bavas's Store.
Deci16 ly 49
PH YSICIA N,
WXILL attend promptly to all husiness of the
WVprofession entru.ted to his care.
Or'rcE, Edlgefield C. 11., 8. C.
April 0 1858 tf 13
'1'HE Subieriber hravine furnished lhimnself with
Ia licensae tea use thtis N EW PROCESS (af
INSERTING ARTIFICIAL TEETE,
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, with
a assurance of a more perfLet adaptation, andl a
loser resemblanace to the nturail organs, than can
be realizedl by any other meethiod. Its .perfect pta
rity. elcanlinaess, freedhomn fr-'r mall taste, or galvanie
aenatitam, adurability, comfort arid eerity, are
nsang te adlvanttgvs elaimeda tfar this bUPERIOR
anode of setting Artilieial Teeth.
TII OS. 3. & C. Hi. M OISE,
SUCCESSORS TO LEJE A MOISE,
No. 7, Ifayne street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jan 27 iy 3
T hE Exercises rof these Iastitutions will be re
sunmed ran the first Monday in February next,
ner thte supervsian of Mr. .JAME4M,31(titlS
ina te Femaile, and A. P. BUTLEli, Ei'q,, in the
Mr. Moraxi hs hadiu nine or ten years experiene
in teaching ; anid van-e to this place highly recoim
nenled by those for whom he had taughrt, andl
athes, unid a year's experienece here bhas proven he
is etite-d to the high testimronials b.-stowed upon
hi. arid we cheerfully and conlidentially commetsnd
him to the public a one well ealeuhated. to advance
pupils entrustedl to his care. He will also super
vise the most advanced paupils in the Male depart
Mr. P,rJLER's capabilities to teach arid manage
are so w..ll known tlumt we deemn it unnecetssry to
say anything in regard to his merita.
Prof. B.\RKLEY will instruct in Music and
French. le is reputed to be a thorou~b French
Rates of Taition.
Primary lBanohes, per Session,...$ ,00
Soe-aid Clas 'a " h ---. . 12,00
Third Class " " -.-.--1,00
Frurth Class " " ... 18,00
Frnolh, extra " " ....1000
Music, " " " -....... 25,00
COntngent expenses " " ....5
II. A. SHIA W, See'ry.
Janf6 tf 52
T HE Exercises of thlis institution will be eon
dlucted under the superintendance of thre
Subsicriber, this year; and lie trusts, by strict
attention to pupils~ commanittedl to his care to give
satfactiona to paren'.Z and advance the pupils as
rapidly as p~ossible.
Rates of Tuition.
1st Class-Orthiographay, Reading and
2nd Class-Primary Geography and the
3rd Class-The above studies with English 8.0
4th Class-The sanme wit Algebra and
Latin and, Fre *2500
Aloih l's is desirahrle that pupils shoul begin
with the first of the quarter, still, pupils will he
received at all times, arnd charged only for the
proportion of the time of the session remaining.
CL AI~ AMENX..
IENSIOgs \'I LAlJm MIM8
I ~ri~lI~.n~nd ta bought. sold
er 1 on r and with despatch by
~ l~pti~ ~TILLMAN H. CLARK.
%dgttld, C. H. Mar 16, m 10
JUST received a few dozen Bottles of A No.
CATSUP, which was put up last year by
Igentleman of this Town. Try it-it . -. 'fM
A rn A 1858 tt 1
SPRING: &SUMMER 0PIM!
I M'f. IP. MATHEW,- Auxguta,
.Ga., having just returned frop 1New York.
respectfrlly call. the attention of her former kimd.
and patrons, es well as strangers .iiting thety,
to her stuck of SPRING and SUMMER
RATS, DRES CAPS, HEAD DRU%
Riding Bats, Preach Fiowe,
which she opened on the lot Ins, at her new sow,
opposite the Masoule 11all, formerly ecoeplud y.
Ward & Burchard. Also, a fall agertmenl of
Children's IIATS; Lace. Silk and .lereii
MANTILLAS, l)rLss TIMMING,*Ladies'
SKIRTM, COSET AND HOOPS,
of every deseription. lisa MATHEWS reetm
thanks to her numerous friends and eaustoneas for
their past patronage, and solicits a oooassane of
the same. All orders attended to promptly. - -
M. O. MATH AWO.
Auusta, Apr 5 2w 1.
SPRING AN D SUMMER
C2E il. " 3A P O A. E
TAMES IENEY, Augus'a, Ga., has j%t
tjreturned from the Northern markets with s
superior stock of
Fancy and Domestle Goods,
Comprising some of the newest style, as well as
the finest texture of JDE8S GOODS,- to which
he wiphes to call the attention of all persons visiting
Augusta, pleeling ldnseif that he will permit so
one to undersell him, and is confident that he e
sell at least from 5 to 10 per cent. cheaper
than any other CAs1 STOkE in the City. Me
and those in his emphyment will feel a pleasure is
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, h6 hopes
they will [ear in mind his store, which is one door
above the Georgia Railroad Bank.
CALL AND SEE HIS STOCK!
Sludy'your interests! Nobody conpelled to buy!
. ., wbody aited ontwithlkpeaure!
ALL STYLES-VERY LOW.
Printed Lawn, organUdie and J.ACONET, sal
- varietihs and very cheap;
Print. d Lawn, Orgaudle and Jaeonet ROBE4,
PaInted Lawn BAR EGES and GRENADIhS;
A large lot of GINGhAMS and CALICOES;
Swiss. Jawonet mnd Mull MUCLINBI
A splendid stuok of EMBROIDERED 00-41
Summer SH1AWLS and MANTILLAS.
Is to be f.und all that is novel, never having bees
better supplied with all that is desirable ia
BONNETS, HEAD DRESSES,
&ce., &ke., &ce.
Sheetings, Shirtligs & OssabuugS.
IRISH LINENS; TABLE LINENS ad
TOWELLINGS; Mu-quito NE1TINGd;
B d SPREADS, FRINGES, &e.
A full supply of IIOSIERY, k., ke, &c.
Augmota, April 5 _tt 13
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTIE,
I WoLL attend at the times and places herein
.after specified to collect the State anid District
Tx for the year commencing the Arst day of Oc
At Beach Island, Monday, 2rCth ApriL
"Hamburg, Tuesday, 27th " .
"Howard's, Thursday, 29th "
" Choatham's, Manme evening, 3 o'clock.
"Pleasant Line, Friday, 20th
". J. .:4myly's, Saturday, 1st May,
"E-lgefield C. HI. Monday and Tuesday, 3d and
" Mrs. Allen's, Thursday3 at May,
A fer which time my booksm will close for the pres
ent year. I hiopa all persons living In the eoun
try will try to turn out at their resplectiVe precincts,
and not put off their return:s till the last days at
the C..urt I louwe, as there Is generally such a
crowd that it Is a'moat Impossible to do business
Tax payers will bear In mInd that the law re
quires theta to make their returns bqt.the time my
books close, or they are subject to double tax. for
te collection of which I am required to Issue a
duble Tax Excution, leave it with the Shaerif,
and take lisa receiptL for the same with me to Co
lumbia. Please take duot notice and govern yous
THIEOPHTILUS DEAN, v.e.u.,.
Mar 10 7t 10
9an BRIG , 1st D)IVlIslON, 13. C. M.1
O RDE R, NO
Thme Cohmnels of the r,-ap.ctive Regiments ylti~s
the 2nd llrignde, 1st Division, So. Ca., Mi~itia, are
hereby required to tmake an accurate and full return*
to the Breadier .General of the actual streugth of
the varisiu. Corp. composing their command ; to
rether with the mneaf the field oficers ad tha'r
ratk, on or before the fourth M.'nday in May neat.
By order of WV. C. MOR AGNE,
Brie Gen'l. 2nid Brig. 1st Division, S. C. M.
11. W. Anumsioa, Brig. Major.
gg Abbetille Banner and lnd-pendent Pie..
A pril 21st, 1858 5t 16
-ra REGltIENT, S.C. M.,
Cnmzvas's Carrx, Apra 6,1858.
TIlE UPPER lA'fTA l'IO? of this Reginmemt
Lwill assemible at PIN E HOUSE. om Saturday
the 1st of May, armed arnd .<quippe~d as the law
The LOWER B.\TTlON will amble at
C1EROK EE P'ON DS on Satuarday the 8th of May,
armed and equippedl as the law directs.
The Commtissioned and nsam-Commnisaioned Off
ers will assemble the day previous for drill and
Lieut. Col. Lrsa'xoa nd Maj.SuAw are charged
with the extension of this ord~ r to their respe etive.
gg The Staff are hereby or dered to appear is
By ntder of Col. D. L8HI AW.
F. MI. COt~aNXs, Adj't.
IA pril 0 188 5t 13
1I)Tu R EGIMENT, S. C. M.,
Mia CSaE, A pril 13, 1858.5
TiE LOW ER IIATFA LION of this Regimas
will assemble at MT. WILLING, os Sat.r
day the 15th May, armed and equipped as the law
directs, for drill and review.
The UPPER BATTALON will ssemble a
BURNETT'S, on Saturday the 22d1 May, armed!
ad equipped as the law directs, fur drill and res
vThe Comi,~neslod and non-C'onminsined Oma
cera will .assemble the day previous for drill and In
Lieut. Col. Ba-ras andl Maij. Duss are herb
charged with the extension of tlhis order to thk
respective commands. .
Messrs. McCarty anid Turner will please set as
By order of - Col. 8. J. WATSON.
J. II. Wiura, Adj't.
-A pril 14 5t . 14
2xn REGIMENT CAVALRY,)
Lonoxus, 8.0C., April 12, 1868.5
T HE Abbeville~quladreofl Cavalry willassern
Ible at their asutal parade grottnd on Satxarday
tme first 4?y of NMay sext, armed and equipped as
Whp Edtehhld Sqadaron will assemble at Edge
&eld C. Hi., on Saturday May the 8th, armedand,
equjppedl as the law directs.
'th Commissloned and non-Cotmissioned 'M
eers wIll assemble the day previous for dril shut
Lieut. Cal. MAImI andIMaj. Rusa. recharged
with the extension of these ardeus.
The Staff Officers aro hereby commdd to ap
pear in full uniform at the above p laces.
By order ( CoL JOhDN F. BURU1S&
3. M~, Loxuix, Ad'jt.
UOTIem-L. B. COOCHRAN, Esq.., he my
L duly authorized Agent during myeabsencs