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- The Soda Font Opened I
1" AT T'E DaI BGS'O3R E.
Always Ic4- to' suit the weather, and always
fiavred with choice Syrups.
Call nd test the Healthful Beverige.
kedp the stemi cool, and repel the febrile ten
dencieswhile yet in their incipiency.
We wish. to keep the Font playing regularly
through the summer; so begin with us at once.
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE.
Ma'y 19 tf 19
Tun next 5th.Sabbath Union meeting will be
held with thejorn's Creek Church commencing
an Friday before the 5th Sunday in May. The
meeting will be organized at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
and atni ininiediately upon the introductory
Sermon to.be delivered by Elder D. D. Bamusox.
Elder S. P.Gxrzzs, Alternate.
Query: How should Churches deal-with mem
bers who have committed public offiences ?
J. S. MATHEWS, MoDnkAon.
0. W. Nixox, Clerk.
DR.M'LANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE.
- Naw YoR, May 15, 1852.
Mrs. Hainen, No. 600 Fourth Street, says: A child
of ide' showing symptoms of worms, I gave it a hot
tisof Dr. 'Ise's Celebrated Vermifuge which brought
a bunch Af worms, numbering, I should judge, about
thirty. Tlpe child was very sick during the operation,
but is now well and hearty.
re. 2wist,'.No. IS Acenue D, writes under date of
August 10, 1852, and says she had been troubled with
worms for more then a year, and that she took one
bottle of DR. M'LANE'S CELEBRATED VERMI
PUGE, prepared by Fleming Bros., which brought
away from her over three hundred worms, big and
little. She now believes herself to be entirely free
Aro. Bugyiea, a German, woman, residing at 204
Rivington street, says, that after using one vial Of
M'LANE'S CELEBRATED VER MIFUGE, she pass
ed two large $ape worwe.
The above certificates are all from parties well
known in this city. If there are any who doubt, they
have.the names and addresses, ad can satisfy them
selves by personal inquiry. .
Purchasers will be careful to ask for bR
M'LNE'S OBLEBRATED LIVER PILLS, manu
factured by FPVI1NG BROS., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
All oth'er Lijer. Pill@ in comparison are worth!eos.
Dr. M'Lane's'genuine Liver Pills, also his celebre.ted
Vermifage, can-now be had at all respectable drug
stores. Nonegenuine weithout the signtiture of
52 ' s FLEMING BROS.
W'.Tu friends of Dr. 11. R. COOK, respect
fully :.nnouuce him as a Cqndidate for a seat in
the House of Repesentatives at the next election.
.L V AL2L 3
B. GR IFFIN. Attorney at LAW and
e Solicitor in EQUITY, will attend punctually
to all business entrusted to his care.
He may pe-found at all times either in the Ofice
of the Commissioner in Equity, or in his own
Ofiee immediltely in rear of the Court House.
EDUOFBiLDO. H., May 19, 1858. tf 47
E. II. YOUNGBLOOD,
.A.'to)0rxsa7 at Z.saw ,
. . LIattendpromptly to all business placed
mice at Edgefield C. H., S. C.
Ma19 tf 19
Rich Dress Goods,
. DROOMY & NORREL, Augusta, Ga.,
. aveJust received, per Adams' Express Com
ic:h Organdle Flouneed ROBES;
do Twisted Silkc do do
do Jaconist Robe's A'QUILLE ;
. * do Orgmndle do do
French Printed Jaconets, Cambrics &, Brilliants,
A large and .handsome assortment of MANTIL
LAS, of Lstue and Silk, and very cheap.
LINEN .KYOjES-very handsome.
PIQUE 4CLOT H, White Trimmings, Alexander's
Augusta, May 18 tf * 19
.T OST--About the lst May a psair of GOLD)
.Li SPECTACLE.S, for the recovery of which a
suitable reward will be p~aid. J011N COLG'4N.
May 19 e-t8 19
I CE!I ICE l--Always on hand a supply of
ICE, which will be sold at 6 Cents per pound
Cash..E. T. DAV1$, Ait.
May19 - _ _ tf 19_
L EMONS--Just received fire Boxes Choice
LEMONS. E. T. DAVIS, Agent.
M a y 1 9 , . tf 19
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT,
IN ORDINA RY.
Henry Butler and wife, P'laintiffs,)
Isaac Ooggins, et. al. Defendants.)
B Y an order from the Ordinary, I shall proceed
to sell at Edgoeld Court House, on the first
Monday in June next, for Paertition, the Real Es
tate of Jameos Goggins, deceased, a tract or pa:r
eel of land, lying and being in the District and
State aforesaid, containing one hundred and ninety
six (196) acres, more or less, and adjoining lands of
Wesley Culbreath, James Pitts, Jacob Wheek-r and
Tzas-On a credit until the first of December
next. Purchasers to give bond and security and a
mortgage to the Ordinary to secure the p~urchlase
money, and to pay for titles. Cost to be paid in
cash .. JAS. E[DSON, s.E.n.
May 12 185 4te 18
State Of South Carolina,
mN ORDINAR .
BElenor Warren, et. aL Plaintiffs,)
* Elijah Watson, A'dn'r. Defendant.)
BY an order from the Ordinary, I shall proceed
B to sell at Edgeileld Court House on the first
Monday in JFune .next, for Partition, the Real Es
tate of James W. Warren, deceasedl, a tract or par
cel of land, lyiing and being in the District and
State aforesaid, containing fifty (50) acres, more
or loss, and adjoinin'g lands of Hartwell Whittle, I
John Fester and others.
TeRMse-On a credit until the first of December]
next. The purchasor to give bond and security,
and a mortuage to the Ordinary to secure the pur
chase motiey,-and Lo pay for titles. Cost to be
paid in cash. JAS. EIDSON, s.zx..
May 12 18 4te 18
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Joshua Setgltr, Plaintiff, ~ ago&
John Adkinson and wife, Defendants.
B Y .an order from the Ordinary, Ishall pro-eed
to sell at Edigefield Court Hiou~e,-on the first
Monday in-June next, for Partition, the Real E%
t.te of Dempsey Selier, Deceased, a tract or par
ceil of land, l ying andi bein2 in the Di.,trict and
Smite aforesaid, containing fifty (5O) acre.', more
or less, and adjoining lands of John Reynohk,
David Seigtler, Frances Winna and others.
Taans-O)n a credit until thme first of D.-ceambler
next. The purchaser to give bond and security,
anji a mortgage to thme Ordlinary, to secure the pur
chase money, and to pay for titles. Cost to be
paid in cash.JS. EIDSON, s.x.n.
-- May 12 1858 dte 18
NOTICEatrayed or stolen from the S'ub
scriber, living at Ediretield C. H , on Satur
day evening, the 8th inst , a SORR EL HORSE,
about 10 years old, marked with a star in the,
forehead. A ny information about said horse wilt
be thankfully received ; and I will pay any rea
sonable sum of monecy to any person that may
take the horse up. HI. BOULWAR E.
May 18 tf 19)
A LL persons having demands against the Es
L.tate of A. 0. Ronnmree, deceased, will presient
them properly attested to the subscribers for pay
ment, and all indebted to said Estate must make
JONATRAN 0. STEliDMAN,
WILLIAM A. MERITT.
Addnrs. -cks. lestamento anezo.
May4 . - tf . I6
BACON, GROCERIES, &c
JOSIAH SIBLEY & SONS,
NO. 6, WARREN BLOCK, AUGUSTA, GEO.
Now offer at low prices,
75,000 Lbs. TENNESSEE BACON,
75,000 Lbs. Baltimore BACON;
100 BhIs. Choice LARD;
50,000 Yds. Gunny BAGGING;
1,000 Coils RPPE;
1,000 Sacks SALT;
100 Hhds. SUGARS;
200 Bble. A. B. and C., and also Crushes
and Powdered SUGAR;
100 Hhds. Cuba MOLASSES;
100 Bbla. New Orleans SYRUP';
850 Bags COFFEE, Rio, Java& Laguyra
50 Bales OSNABURGS and Ga. PLAINS
Always in store, a large and superior assortment o
LIQUORS AND SEGARS,
AND ALL ARTICLES
usually found in a Grocery Store. They respect
fully invite their Carolina friends to give them a
call. Augusta, May 17 tf 19
CELEBRATED DOUBLE SCREEN
TH11E SUBSCRIBER having purchased the
Right for this State, now ofibre to PLanters these
justly celebrated FANS for cleaning Wheat. This
Fan is superior to any thing of ie kind now In use,
as the number of premiums awarded at different
State Fairs will attest. It is simple in its struetute,
easily rigged, works well, and when out of order,
can be repaired by any ordinary mechanic. It is
adapted to cleaning atl kinds of grain. For further
particulars see Hand Bill, which will be furnished
any one desiring sueh.
COTON GIN'AJD THRAERS.
Also o instantly on hand a supply of Cotton Gins,
which I warrant to be equal to any iade. Also, a
lot of Thrashers which are so extensively known
that I deern it unnecessary to eulogise them here.
These Machines are all manufactured in this place,
by skillful workmen, and of the very best material,
and warranted to do what is said for them. Any
orders for either of the above Machines, addressed
to the subscriber, or left with my Traveling-Agents,
will be promptly attended to.
Abbeville C. H1., S. C., May 18, 3m 19
No Sham but Positive Sale.
W ILL be sod on the It of June. at II o'clock,
for a division among the Latees, the
Plantation whereon our mother died, loo.ted on
Mountain Creek, and contains two hundred acres,
more or less, the sale will take place on the premi
see, and the terms will be on a credit of twelve
M A Ti1EW DEVORE, , Ag'ta
May 18 2t* 19
SWAN & Cj8 LOTTERIES.
Authorized by the State of Georgia.
A FORTUNE OF
TO BE HND
JPOL W."W "DOT -T -AJ.
The followtog Selt .ne willbe drawn by S.Swan&
Do., Managers of the Sparta Academy Lottery, in
tach of their Single Number Lotteries for May,
a publiej tunder the superintendence of Commis
'o be drawn in the e'y of Augusta, Ga., in public, on
Saturday, May 1st, 1858,
o be drawn in the city of Augusta,Ga., in publie, on
Saturday, May 8th, 1858.
o be drawn in th.. city of Augusta, Ga., in public, on
Saturday, Etay 15th. 1858.
o be drawn tn the Jity of Augusta, Ga., in publie, on
Saturday, Nay 22d, 1858.
o he drawn in the City of Augusta Ga. in public on
Saturday, Nay 29th, 1858.
On the plan of Single Numbers.
Nearly one ?rize to every Nine Tickets.
MEgliiOOR2.t Boh2o22o %
ro BE DaAWN4
EACH SATURD~AY IN MAY!
1 prize of.... .,T.7-i,0 is..........-....7,i00
1 prz f... . 81.0tH, ii................. *UUNJ
1 'rze of....1,iW0 ls.... ...... ........1,ii00
1 ,rize of ..... ...5,00~i is................5.10.
1 prize of...... ...4,iftf is.................4,0tH.
1 pirize of....... ...1001 is..................3.tinf
1 psrize of ..... ....l,5'J0 Is.......... ......,0
4 przs f ..r. .. .. 1.0100 are ........ .... ...4,IUH~
4 prizes o.f..... .... 90 are ....... ........8.600,
4 p'rizes of ..... ....Sil0 arc...............24
4 prizes of.... .....t'ni rc.................Sl
4 prizes of ... . 10 are ................,0
51 p.rizes of...........00O are..............2.iw00
5 iprizes of.............00l are...............5,0
ls) prizes of............125 are..............125,100
23U prizes uf...........100 ar................21,000
4 Prizes of $400 Appreox'ting to$70,000 P'rize are. .$l,6100
4 Prizes of 300 " " 30,1100 Prize are.. 1,0
4 Prizes of 2.I - 14 10,1100 Prizes are.. 80
4 Prizen of 125 e Ii 000 P'rizes are... ?tMI
4 Prizes of 1. 0 ' " 4000 PrIzes srv... 400
4 P'rizes of 75 * " 8.0010 P'rizes are... 800
4 Prizes osf 54) U " 1,500 P'rizes aire... 200~
,000 Prizes uf 20.........................10,,000
l,485 Prize. amnouusing to.............. 320,000
Whole Tickets 810; Halves 85; Quarters 82,50.
P'LA? J)F TIlE LOTTERY.
The Numbers ftt 5t 1 to 50,000, corresponding with those
umbers on the Ti- ketsn printed on separate slips of paper,
e encircled wilth -suall tin. tubecs, and placed in onec wheat.
Te first 457 p.ri: ,s. simutlarly printed and encircled, are
laced in ant.-~r sheet.
The wheelra are ..ken revolved, and a nuomber Is drawn
omfl tihe wheel of anmmbers, and at th~e same time a prize Is
rawn froml the os~ber wheel. The nutmber and prize dtrawn
at are opened an L exibitedt to the audience, andt repis
fred by hie Iyjm..issio~ners; the perize being pilaced agamt
e number drawn This operation Is repented until alt the
rizes are draa.w: ' it.
Approxtminantfe Prizes.--The two preceuding and
Ite twemsutcceedin;mNuntbers to tihose drawing time frst7
res will he entrmted to the 25 Alppr'xnation 'rizes. F'or
amle: It Tick t No. 1 1,2541 draws the $70,M00 Prize,
ose Tickets nun.omredt 11,245, 11.249, 1,5, 11,252, wilt
eh be enttile d o $4400. If Ticket 5o.50~t draws the
*l,I0O Prize, th00e Tickets numbered 54S. 549, 501, 582, will,
ach be entied i .4800, and so on according to the bbove|
The 5,000 lie of $20 wi be de~termminecd by the last
IrefteNo.w~'ehl drawsthme ~Tt,t000. For exampile, tfthe
~drawng theT .,000 prize ends with No. 1, thenm alt the
ickets where the sum ber ends In 1 will be entiled to $20.
the Nutnber e'. Js with Number 2, then all the Tickets
here the Numaber snds in 2 witI be entitled to $20, and so
CETFICAT4M OF PACKAGES will be sold at the
delwing rates, wrhich is the rtsk :
ertifiate if Paekage of ten Wh~ole TIckets........)5
~etifiate of Pu .'knge oaf terf-Hulif Tickets............4
ertifiente or Pac-kage of teni Quarter Tickets.........20
~ertente of Pas.k--ge of ten Eighth Tickets..........10
Ina Ordlug Tickets or Certificates,
Enclose the m-secy to our'naddreia for the Tickets orderedt,
in receipt of wL'oh they will be forwardled by flryt umil.
~urchasers an have Tickets ending In any Agure they masy
gI The LI. of Drawn Numbr.s and Prizes will be
ent to purchase.. immeiaitely rifler the dirawinig.
grPurebaae- swill please write thmeir signatures plain,
n glve their P. t Office, Counal and State.
it emnembir that every iz is drawn and payable In
all without deduation.
0'AII prizes oif 1,000 and under, pat imeia~teiv after
he drawinag--ot'aer prizes at the usual tinme of thirty days.
grAll eanar anicstio.ns strictly eufmidentlal.
[' Address erdera for Tickets or Certifleates to
et. SW AN .. C0), A ugusta, Ga
gr A lint o11t e nunmers that are drawna frm the wheel,
ith the amount af the prize that each onte is entitled to,
ill he ubllshe.L niter every drawing, in time foillowlig p~a
~ers-i w Or .ans Delta, Mobile Rtegiter, Chiarkeston
~tandrd, Nai title Gazette. Atlanta Imntelgencer. New
tork Weekly Day Book. Augu~sta (Ga.) Costitutlomdifst,
Itichmndm Dispatch. New furk Dispatchm. Panutding (Miss..)
laron, Savantnah Morning News, andl Little Rock (Ark.)
SMay 12, 4t 18
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Chtarles
McGregor, Dee'd. will please make inmmedi
Ste payment. And those having atny demands will
present them properly attested.
A. RAMSAY, Adm'r.
July 7 1857 ti - 26_ t
F LOUR AND CORN MEAL--.Can be
had at my homuse for Casht.
[, ather-Iiarnest, Sole, Upper,Kp,&c
wa eba * tf ' 4
THE PLACE FOR.
Prices Fixed at Lowest Rates, and
EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED.
* COURTEOUS TREATMENT.
Shirts, Shirt, Shirts.
SIX FOR NINE DOLLARS.,
IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITYs
SILK, LINEN AND COTTON
Suspenders, Money Belts, and
At $1,10 per Pair.
GA USE UK'E~ VESTS,
An Elegant Article for Summer Wear.
Lisle, Thread and Cotton
Front 50 Cents to el,5O Eacia.
LINEN AND JEANS DRAWERS,
LON CLOTH DRAWERS,
WHITE, COTTON ANDI LINEN
U10 RELTAS OF EVERY STYLE.
LARGE SIZE SHIRTS
Always on hand; and, when Gentlemen prefer it,
they can have their measures taken, and SHIRTS
made up to order, of the very best material, su
perior workmanship, and after LEn RIDAwAY'S
Celebrated Pattern, his SHIP.TS having received
the unqualified commendation of Gentlemen in all
parts of the United States, and have been pro
MONEY IS VERY SCARCE, and I am deter
mined to do my share of trade, if low prices will
make an inducement. I shall be glad to take the
noteq of all the South Carolina Banks at par.
CHARLES W. IIERSEY,
Opposite the United States HotL.
Augusta; May 2m 18
Edgefield Female Collegiate
l 'HE Exercises of this Institute will commence
on the FIRST DAY of March next under
he management of
MISS A. J. R. MEARS, PRINCIPAL.
The Scholastic year is divided into two Sessions
of live months tacih. The first Session will end
on the 16th July. The second will commenee on
he 2nd day of August and end on the 17th day
The R ATES OF TUITION are as follows:
n the Primary Department, includingz Spel
ling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Eng
lish Grammiaar, Geography, and Vocal Mu
sic, per Session,............ .. ...-12,50
n the Collegiate Department, including Read
ing, Writing, Enag. Grammar, Geography,
Natural Philosophy, Chemnistry, Geomietry,
Algebra, Logic, Rhetoric, Eng. Conmimsi
tion and Vocal Music, perF Session.... 20,00
French (Extra) per Session..........10,00
n the Ornamental Department,
For Music on Piano, per Session.......25,00
For Drawing and Painting in Water Col
ors, per Session,. .. ........... ....10,00
Embroidery Chenille upon Satin, per ses 10,00
Emibossed Embroidery, " 10,00
Tufting, - " 1(0,00
Hair Work, " 1,0
Grecian Painting,- " 100
Oriental Painting, " 1(0,00
Pastel P'aintting, " 5,01'
Students of Music on the Piano will be charged
a per Session for u-e of Piano, to pay expense of
:eeping instriunents in tune.
Each pupil will be charged $1.50 per Session to
efray contingent expenses, fotr fuel, &c.
[LTuitiona bills due and payable at, the end of
The Institute will be furnished with three P1
anos in three separate rooms of the Institute build
ig for the use of the pupils.
Vocal Music is deemed bty the Proprietors to be
necessary part of every young lady's education,
ence singing is made a part of the regular exer
ises of the Institute, and the whole School will be
xercised. ini Vocal music as often as twice a week.
W. WV. ADAMIS,
S. W. NICHOLSON.
At the (close of the year a Cat dhogue will be pub
shed embr.,eing the names of all the pupils in at
endance during the year, with an engraving of the
uiling. and premises.
Edgefleld, S. C., Feb 23, 1858. tf 7 -
lue Ridge Railroad Company
IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
CH ARLESTON, May 5, 1858.
S UDSCRIBERS to the Capital Stock of this
SCompany are hereby notified that the FOUR
EENTHI and F1FThENTH! INSTALMENTS
pon the first iubscription, and five per cent. upon
the amount of tihe second subscription, are re
uired to lie paid as follows: The fourteenth in
talnent and five per cent. on the second subscrip
tion, on the 22d June rext ; the fifteenth instal
ient on the 22d July next. By order
W. HI. PERONNEAU, Treas'r.
May 10 11t 18
THlE Subscriber having pumrchmased that excel
lent and well-fitted out Drick Yard, long
kown sas the Sinmkins' Yard, has just mamde and
horoughly burnt 100,000 CHOICE llRICKS,
hich wvill be sold on reasonable terms. A con~
sierable discount allowed for the Cash.
HI. D. CROOKER.
A p'ril 21 1858 tf -15
C IIOICE BACON.-G. L. PENN, AnT,
will receive this evening, 1,000 lbs. GOODL
BA CON, which will be sold as tow its can be uf
A pril 21, 1858. t 15
USTr OPENENED a fine lot of Chewing
tTOBACCO, some choice brands, such as Gold
Leaf, Queen of the South and Morris' Best. Also,
fine cut Solace and Smoking Tob~acco.
J. B. SULLIVAN & CO.
May 14 -tf 13
SEGAEIS-Now open a few thousand very
line SEtIARS. J. B. SULLIVAN 8400.
HATS-Jumst received a fine Stock of Hats,
all fresh and new.
Gentlemen's Fashionable Cassimere rA T3;
" Cashmurette do
"Panama and Leghorn do
Gentlemen ad Boys' Chinese do
Anid various other kinds and. styles, for sale
low by J. B. SULLIVAN & CO.
May 12 (f18
N OTICE,-AI those Indebted to S. E. Bow
ers, A gent, will please settle, s I am d,-'d-.
rous of making a change in business. No other
rer.. will be attended to without the Cash.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
Ha.mburg Mar 29 tr 12
PRESil D G MEDICINE8- &.
TIN Subscric'i-.tike pleasure In infurnfing
their frlepds and patrons that they are NOW
RECEIVING ii ge Addition to their al
ready extensive te kof PURE and FRESI
Drugs, Medeliies, Chemicals, &t.
TO P HY SI IC IAN S.
We are prepared ad will take pleasure in fur
nishing Physicians with'a COMPLETE OUTFIT
of Medicines, Instrument 8hop Furniture, Medl
cal Saddle Bags, &C., &c.. &c.
T-O THE LADIES.
We will also say to the Lailie's that oul- Stock
compriseskLL articles for the TOILET, from the
Dressing umb and Brush to the richest Perfume
ry. Fine Soaps, Pomades, flair Restoratives, De
pilatory, Cosintics, Lubin's Genuine Extracts, &c.
Als., FLAVORING EXTRACTS for Culinary pur
TO T'H E. P L A N T E R
We say, your wants have been attended to in our
prmsent selection. Send In your orders, or come
in and let us put you up a complete Plantation
Case of Medicines, Instruments, &c., with full di
rections for use. in all 'simple cases, and thereby
save time, money ad health. A simple cathartic
or the timnely:adliistration of an emetic, or an
anodynedoes and'*ill oftei break the chain of
morbid action, thereby preventing serioua and pro
TO SUFFERING 14UMANITY
We extend the invitation to call on us. We have
all of the most reputable nostrums recommended
to cure almost all of the ills and aches to which
lesh is heir to; If you cannot find anything
adapted to your. case, we will exert our skill In
preparing something. for your relief.
ggPrescriptions Ailed with accuracy and dis
patch at all hours, day or night.
ITCall and.examine our Stock at the Drug
Store under the Odd Fellows' & Masonic Hall.
A. G. & T. .J. TEAGUE.
Edgefeld, Apri 29 tf 1G
GREAT desideratum in the way of LIGHT
is jaccobtplished. An illuminating Oil is
prepared from Coal, called KEROSENE OIL,
Brilliancy and hItensity of Light
Is unsurpassed 'dall other artificial lights. It is
not explosive-will extinguish fire if poured on it
-aud last. though'not least, it is very litt,!e mure
expensive than sunshine. A small Lamp, giving
the Light of six Candles, will not cost excee 'ing
half -a cen, an hour,'whlch can be agraduated so as
to give lea light at-a much less expense.
We have the eiolusive Agency for the KERO
SENE OIL and LAMPS in this 'place, and will
sell them at Charleston prices and terms, which
are exclusively for Cash.
A. 0 & T. J. TEAGUE.
April 28 tf 1c
New Spring and Summer Goods
E. PEN, Agent,
IS now receiving and opening a VERY CHOICE
and BEAUTIF UL tituck of
Spring and Summner Goods,
purchased at low prices in New York, Pht!ladelp.hia,
Baltimore and Charleston.
Ilia Stock will embrac.-.every variety and style
of Gr ods suited tothe seasbons, and will be sold at
prices that will not fail to give entir, satisarction.
The public are respectfully invited to call and ex
anine his stock.
March 30 tf 12
T HIE Subscriber respectfully Informs his friends
and pastrons that he is still attending to thme
WATCH REPAIRING BUSINESS,
[aving removed his Shop to his residence I of
f a mile West of the Vill:age. Thankful for past
favors, he solicits the continuance of that liberal
atronage lie has so long received. His work, as
cretofore, will be warranted to give entire satis
faction, or no charge will be made.
He has just received a large assortment of
He is also pr& red for Electro Platir~g, with
10LD) and SIL'I R, Watch Cases, Spoonts, Forks,
PIANOS neartly repaired and corredtly tuned.
igr Any work lelit at miy Cottage, will be punc
ualy attenided to.
II. A. GRAY.
A pril 21 2mn 15
iK HIE Subscribera woeld call the attention of
J.uyers to their large Stock of GROCER! ES
ow on hand and daily receicing, consisting in part of
00 LARGE SIZE NEW SACKS SALT,|
00 Bbls. TROMASTON LIME.
L00 BALES liEAVY GUNNY lilGGING,
00 ItOLTS -~ PATCihED"
U0 COIL GRECEN LEAF ROPE,.
00 IIA LF " " "|
30 Ilhas. NKtW CROP MOLASSES,|
20 TIERCES NEW CROP MOLASSES,|
100 Bbis. " " "
50 Ilbis CHOJCENEW ORI.EANS STRUP,
100 Bbis. ALL GigDE)S SUGAR,
23 lias. "' " "
00 B AGS COFFEE, all qutaliti a,
100 BOXICS A DAMIANTINIC C tNDLES,
00,000 Lb's. TECNNESSEE BiACON, &c.
Thankful for the veay Iihatral pa.tronage ex-itended
o thnmn, the.y ruaiaetfully nsk the contimnan.e of
the same. EST ES & CL ARK.
August..Ga,AI.ril2l l858 , ti 15
NEW GOODS FOR 1858 !
PRING AND SUMMER SUPPLIE S.
[ A~h 'now receiving my Sprning supplies of Dry
Goods, Groceries, &c., &c., whi.-h, in point of
uality and chea'pness, will compare favorably with
the Goods offered by the merchants of llamnburg
My stock of Dry Goods consists of almost every
Ladies' Dress Goods,
f thi6 most fkshionable styles and of all quailitics.
Also, a finea assortment of seasonable GOodns for
Gentlemien anud Youtis's W1ear.
Also, a large variety of
BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &C,
In the GitOCERY line I am prepared to ofifer
such inducementsa as must please my customers.
y stock consists of an assortment of
Sugar, Cofree, Tea, Molasses, &cc.
Also, always on hand TOBACCO, SEGARS,
iNUFF, W IN ES, BR ANDIES, P' U RE
LCome and look at nmy Stock.
.3. L. IIARMION.
Winter Seat, Mar 223 tf 11
Saluda Sentinels, Attention.
Y OU are hereby ordered to appear at, your pa
rade ground on Saturday the 5th June, lpre
iaaredl for drill.
By order ot Col. J. F. Burriss, there will be an
Blection held at the samie time fur CAPTAIN to
till the vacancy occasioned lby Lhe p~romotin of
*Capt. Bates. By order of
ieut. S. M. SMITH.
J.3J. H Eaa, 0. 8,, -
May 12 .2t* 18
FROM my residence on the 27th of March, a
~bright, sorrel FILLY, two years of age. I
offer a Reward of TEN DOLLARS to any person
that will secure her; andi infornm me of her where
houts. She was steen last near Calhouna's Mills.
Address4 S. D. S. (JAINES,
Diamond Hill, P. 0., S. C.
May 41858 3t 16
ALL peorsons Indebted to the estate of Daniel
ABoonie, dac'd., are reque.,ted to miake iunnech
ate payment, aind all paersonts having demands
against the same are hibe-by notified to pre.<ent
themn properly attested.
L. 1'. BO ONE, Ad'r
*PETER OUZT. * d'os
Dc. 23,1857. ' t 50.
E STATE NOTICE.-Al1 persons indebted
to the Estate of A. T. Traylor, dec'd., are
notiied to settle the samne forthwith;t and those
havig~ de,,,ands Saast the said Estate will please
nder thema in, properly attested, to the Adiminis
trator at Calhoun's MIILb, A bbeville District, S. C.
-M. 0. TALMAN, Adm'or.
Api 28 o 3m* 16
T HE Pioprietor of this well known and poli
lar HOTEL takes peculiar p)easure in a
nouncing to his friends and the travelling pub
generally, that this House is open for the recepti
t.f company, and that his whole eaergies will
put into requisition to gratify the wants of ca
and all who may favor him with their patronag
Tie House has just been thoroughly repaire
and the Rooms and Furniture put in excellent co
dition for the' Spring and Summer season.
My Table will be furnished with the best th
can Ibe had, and presided over by one skilled
the culinary departipent-and in short, everythir
requisite to gratify the taste of the epicurean w
be supplied in abundance. The servants of tL
C A ROLINA HOTEL are noted for their polite at
-attentive character, and are ever in attendance 1
obey the wishes of my Guests.
New STABLES have recently been built, jghi
are commodious and complete, and Horses left J
my care will receive kind and careful treatment.
Thankful for past encouragenent and patroi
age, I respectfully solicit a continuance of the sam
JOHN A. MAYS.
W The travelling community are notified thi
they and their bagange will be conveyed, at a ui
ment's warning, without charge, to the (arolina
Georgia Depopt. J. A." M.
Hamburg, May 3 1868 tf 16
1858. SPRING EXPOSITION! IN6
OF FIRST CLASS ST APL E AND F ANC
Siks, Grenadines, Bareges, Chalies, Ea
lins, Embroideries; Hosiery, Linens
and Domestic Goods,
And the usual line of Goods kept in a first clat
Dry Goods store.
Ladies will find in our extensive stock the greal
est assortment, in each of the above departmenti
ever exhibited in Augusta. Our great facilitic
for obtaining GOODS from Auction and large In
porters, are such as to ensure our customers the
they may make their purchases from us at th
very lowest prices; and many leading article
much below the market value.
Our Northern, Eastern and European CorreF
pondents will send us weekly throughout the sea
son, all that is New, Novel and Stylish, in the way c
Dress Goods an4 Embroideries.
Our House claims the especial attention of Stran
gers and Visitors, as only one price is asked, ani
all Goods are tiarked in plain figures; thereforc
inexperienced purchasers are not over charged.
Ladies will always receive kind and courteou
attetion-it will aflibrd our salesnuen pleasure t
show Goods. DICKEY & PHIBBS.
P. S.-Sole Southetn Aaents for John White
side & Co.'s ee'ebrated IR [.I[ LIN ENS.
Augusta, Mlar 29 , If 12
THE Subscriber having purchased the premise
fortuerly occupied by 41r. H. A. GR.AY, as
Watch repairing shop, is now prepared to do al
kinds of work in connecti n with
Watchres, Clocks, Jewelry and
Having secured the services of a FIRST CLASI
WATCH MAKER, and being a practical Clod
Maker himself, lie hopes to give entire satisfaction
All work done at his shop is warranted, and I
it rails to give satisfaction, the money will be re
All persons leaving work with him may depenc
upon getting it at the time promised.
P. 8.-A Regulator, that will keep exact time
will be kept running In the shop. Persons deal
rious of obtaining thq true time can be accomioda
ted at any hour In the day.
F. H. CANDEE. .
April 01S68 Lf 13
'HiE Subscribers r etturn their thanks to thteit
.kind p atrotas for theo liberal support they
ave received, and resipectfully solicit a cominu
me of that generous platronmage.
They state with confidetnce now that they are
WELL PRLEPARED to carry on the
oach making and Repairing Business
nu its various branches. Their work shall be ex
~cuted in a durable, handsoune, style and by work
en skilled in their respiective trades.
We have and intend always keeping otn hand a
arge andI fine assortmenat of
ARIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCK A WAY S, &C,
f the our own manufacture-beautiftul to behold
d of much value to the lucky purchaser.
We will also keep constantly in our Establish
nent a itnli Stock of Northern BUGGIES and
A RRIAG ES, of superior~ ianufacture.
gg"'All sortseof R EPAIRING done in the beet
nanner, and with the greatest dispatch.
tCall atnd elanmine our Stock. Our prices
ave becen put down to correspiontd with the hard
Dec 23 tf 5
)ctagon Burial Cases
HIIE Subiscriber keeps constantly on hand at is
LFurniture Room.. opposite the Pont Ohlice,a
lare assortment of this new style of METALIC
URIAL CASES, of beautiful form, and finished
n ierf ect resemblance of highly polished ROSE'
OOD. These CASKS arc now extensively used
md possess nmany valuable advantages over all
olins now before the putblic.
[ will also keep ready for delivery at a moment's
varnina, a line Stock of WOO!) COFl~lNS, of my
wn mianufacture, andi of all sizes, prices and quah~ty.
JOHN M. WITT.
Edgefield, May 13 tf 18
My terms for seilina METALIC BURIAL CA~
BS'~Sis Casuh, but shuould the cah not accomnpany
he order, interest wili be charged front the day o~
elivery. eJOHN M. WiTT.
N. B.--Wood Coffins will be sold as formerly.
Jan. 20 tf 28
1I "lE Importedh SP'ANISHI
Jack COLUMBUS will
stand the Spring Season of
188 at Edgectield C. H., and
will serve, a litmited number ,,
of Mares at Ten Dollars the
sasnt, payable when the
Mare is served (in cshl or a
due note.) Mares bred to this Jack not proving
in foal can be sent back the next year free o1
chaue. S. F. GOODE.
Ma1r 10 tf 9
NOTICE.-AIl persons indebted to the Es
tate of John Kirksey, dec'd., are hereby
tiely warned to make payment forthwith, anc
those having claims agaimst the E itate are notified
to render them i, proplerly attested, at an earls
day. E. P. Hi. K[RKSEY, acting Ex'or.
Dec 30 Lf 51
EX ECUTOII'S NOTICE.--AII person
I having demands against the Estate of D. F
Hollingsworthl, dec'd., are notified to renider ii
their accounts. pi-operly attested, without ftirthei
delay, as the Executors Intend to settle up th~
Estate as soon a.s possible. Look out that yoni
accounts are not debiarred. Those indebted Li
said Estate must make arrangements to settle utl
mt an early date.
J. IT. HIOLLINGSWORTI' Exor
J. 11. WA LK ER. 'r
Aipril 28 -- t 10
ITUATION WANTED-AS ateache
ilna private family or seminary, by a youn:
Lad' who teaches the klaher English bf-ancl.es
011 lainting, Drawing and Musc; and can giv.
..od ..rfrence. A ddress, Dr. C. Md..WRIG H'
y Tue Friends of WILLIAM ORE60, Esq.,
u- respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sea
n- ator at the next election.
C Feb1 *d
is 3g The Friends of Col. JAMES P. CARROLL
respectfully present him as a Candidate for the
State Senate at the ensuing election.
it " TzE Friends of Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN,
I respectfully nominate him as a Candidate for elee
tion to a Seat In the next Legislature.
11 Mar 10 to* 9
0 V'WE are authorized by the friends of Col.
d JAMES TOMPKINS to announce him as a Can
didate for a Seat in the next- Legislature at the
h ensuing election.
'gg The friends of Col. JOHN QUATTLEBUM
k- respectfully announce him as a Candidate fur a
seat in the next Legislature at the ensuing election.
April 7 to* 13
Ug g We are authorized by the friends of Maj.
r A. L. DEARING, to nominate him as a Candidate
for a seat in the Houre of Representatives at the
April7 td 13
6T The friends of M. W. GARY, Esq., present
him as a Candidate for the State Legislature at the
Mar. 31. to* 12
lg TiE 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
M- The Friends of J. HAMPDEN BROOKS,
8 Esq., respectfullypresent him as a Candidate for
the State Legislature.at its next Session.
- IMTux Friends of Maj. ABRAM JONES re
1 spectfully present him as a Candidate for re-elec
- tion to the State Legislature.
SMar 10 to* 9
W. W. SALE,
f It. BOULWARE,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
g'or Tax. ColleotOr.
CHAS. M. MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
E. W. HORN,
W. F. DURISOE,
E. B. FOREST,
3j A, V W 2M O, 0 3E.
m W. GARY, Attorney at LAW and Sa
e lieitr in EQ VITY, will prattao In this and
the adjoining Districts.. _ i
Office, above B. C. BaTAN's Store.
Deo16 ly 49%
P HY SI CIA N,
WILL attend promptly to nil business of the
VTprofession entru.ted to his care.
OFFICE, Edgefield C. Hi., 8. C.
April 6 1858 tf 13
T HE Subscriber having furnished himself with
a license.to use this NEW PR\OCESS of
INSERTIN ARTmFCIAL TEEI,
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, with
- s assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a
eloser resemblance to thet natural organs, than can
be realized by amy other metbod. Its perfect pn
rity. cleanlinees, freedom from all tante, or galynic
sensation, durability, comfort and secnrity, are
amoing the advantag,-s cimhed for this SUPE~R10R
mode of settinig Artificial Teeth.
June 24,- if 24
TJ O S. 3. & C. II. M O ISE,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE A MOISE,
No. 7, IHayne Street,
CHARiLSTON, S. C.
Jan 27 ly .3
T HE Exercises of this institution will be con
a.ducted under the supecrimecndance of the
Su.criber, this year; andl he trusts, b~y atrict
attention to pupuils committed to his care to giv
satisfaction to p~aren'.s and advance the puials as
rapidly as possible.
Rates of Tuuitiont.
1st Clan-Orthography, .lReading and
2nd Class-1Primary Geography and the
rd Class--The above studies with English i.0
4th Class-The same with Algebra .and
Gomnetry, . $20.00.
Latin and F-rench, $5li00
Although it is desirable that puil should begin.
with the first of the quarter, still, pupils will be
receivedl at all times, and charged only for the
proportioni of the time of the session remainingE.
M. 1B. WAR D.
April 14 1y 14
CL AIM *AGENCY.
P ENSIONS andi BOUNTY LAND CLAIMS
Iprocured, and Land Warrants bought, sold
or located on liberal terms, and wIth despatchi by
TILLMAN Hl. CLARK.
Edgefield, C. HI. Mar 16, 3m*~ 10
MEount Enon Work Shop,
T lE universal satisfaction that the work done
.Eby the sub,.ciiber has heretofo. e given, en
courages hinm to h.>pe that for the fu'ure he will be
equally successful, lie is better prepared every
year to do better work, and he does not h.sitate to
say that thei.
COT TON GINS AND TIERASHIERS
made by him are equal to any now of'ered for sale.
Many tesbtimnuials of this fact miight be given.
Work kept constantly on hand, and orders exc
cuted! at the abortest notice. A ddress,
* TIIOMi.S E. CHIAPMiAM,
Colematn's X Roads. E.Igelield D~ist. S. C.
ggOr Mr. D. R. DUR ISOE, at the "A dvertiser
Office, who Is my authiorizz.lAgent. _____
NOTICE is hereby given to all who are in
debted to me ini Edgefiel District, either by
Note or Account in 1853, '54, '65 or 'G, to come
forward andi settle the sanme if they wish to save
cose. Also, those in arrears for 1867 will please
call an'd settle by cash or note very soon. The
notes and accounts can lhe found at my Mill in
Edgefield District. J. Y. L. PARTLOW.
Mar 31 iim 12
UTFINE CA TSUP..
US received! a few dozen Bottles of A No. 1
tCATSUP, which was put up last year by a
gentleman of this Town. Try it-it speaks f-(
itself. E. T. DAVIS, Agt.
A pril 8 1858 tt 13
Received this Day.
y3IREE HUNDRED gallons Upadulterated
1BURNING FLUID at 70 ets' per gallon.
100 gals. clebirated KEII0SNE OIL, extracted
from coal, at $1.2.5..
Also, a fresh supply of Sweedish LEECHES.
A reasonable dedumction made to country mer
chants purchasing Leeches, at, the Apothecary's|
Hall, under A ugusta Hlotel.
THOMAS P.'FOG ARTY.
Augusta,CGeO., April14 t~f 14
- I~l POUNDS TENNESSEE DA
hOV U ON, well cured, just receIved ad
for sale l..w for cash. W t .S USN
May 12 ( 18 '
NEW SPR1NG N14 sfs MER
A Augusta, Ga., ..
RE GETrlNG In a splendid 'stoek of dood,
and invite all who need any article in their
line to call and examine them., Our Stock aeedlute
in part of
Si-le Stripe Csimeie COATS anf SACKS, wih"
PANTS and VEST to match -
Black Cloth and Cashmeret FROCKS and
SACKS, and PANTS
Black Bara.hea and Grenadine Silk VESTS, (a
light article for spring.
Brown. White and Cheek side-stripe' LlNEN
and MARSEILLES Coats. Pant@ and Vests, &q.
A largelot of FURNISHING GOODS; .
blarseilles White and Colored SHIR'S;'
DRAWERS, SOCKS; HANDERCHIlIP8,
COLLARS, GLOVES,TIES andSUSPENDIRS.
BOYS' SUMMER CLOTHING,
All sizes and Prices!
Talloring--Clothing made to Order.
Our stock of fashionable CLOTflS, Eack, e,
Brown and Claret, have arrived,'together with a
beautiful assortment of side-stripe CASSIMERE
for pants; side-str pe LINENS and larseillee tor
pauts; IRich Silk and Marseilles Pauterns d Vests.
All of which bir..JOHN KENNY will be pleased
to show and mike up to order, warranted to At and
please or no sale.
JOHN R. HORA & CO,
Successors to J. M. Newby & co
Under If. S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Apr5 tf 1 -
SPRING AND SUMME R
DRY GOODS !.
JAMES HENEY, Augusa, Ga., ha 'ust
returced fram the Northern markets wil a
superior stock of
Fancy and Domestic Goods,
Comprising some of the newest styles, as *ell as
the finest texture of DRESS GOODS, to which
he wishes to call the attentin of all persons visiting
Augusta, ple lgino himself that he will perndtn .
one to undersell him, and Is eonfident that ie'sn ,
oell at least from 5 to 10 per cent. -eheapet
than amv other CASH STOkIE in -lhe City. Tu.
an.1 those in his emp!oyment will feel a pleasure in
aiting on those who favor him with a call; and as
they will of u,-ceseity have to examine the M toeks
of the city in order to find the beat value, he hopes
they wil bear in mind his store, which ii one dear
above the Georgia Railroad Bank.
CALL AND SEE 11IS'STOCK!
Study your interests ! Ntbdy compeled 6o buy !
Everybody united on 4Ak plessure !
AL1. STYLEs-VERY LOW.
Printed Lawn, Organdie A'nd JACONETS, all
varieti, s and very chca'p;
Printed Lawn, Orgaudie and Jaconet ROBES,
Pt inted L.awn BA REGES and GRENADPIW;
A lar- e lot or GJNGIIANMS and CALICOEZS
Swiss, Jaonet and Mull MUTLINS;
A splendid stuck of EMBROIDEREDoide;
Summer SILAWLS ad MANTILLAB.
ato heofound all that la novl neverhavighbeen
htter supplied with all that is desrable is
BONNETS, HEAD DRESSES,
-&O., &C., &c..
iheetings, Shirtings *r Osnabsarg. .
IRISH LINENS; TABLE'LINENS sai
TOWELLINGS; Mu-quito NETT!ING,;;
Bed t5PREA DS, FRINGES, he.
A full supply of HOSIERY, te,. he , ke. .'
Augusta, April 5 , . tf 13
fWING to the cntinued bed'health whiech I
3amt no0w afficeted with, and' but little pros-'
cets of a final recovery, renders ae nmt, fur be
Inss any longer, I am, therefoie, desirous of ael
ns out to an approvedl purchaser ottvery moderate
erms, mnl ENTIRE.STOCK and TR.ADE now
ept in the Brick Store, next below Mechanicrs'
~ank,'conuisting of general
House Furnishaing Supplies,.
~TDV ES, RA N GES, GR AT ES, HO0LLO.W W A RE,
Of thme very best kind.
TIN WARE OF ALL KINDS,.
COPPER, SHEET IRON, BRASS, LEAD,
BLOCK TIN AND SHELF GOODS,
f the very best cutlery, of late importation; with
Mechanical business attached, with umy own
orkmecn, which would bo hired at the same ihme
fdesired, with the n, cessary Machines and Tools,
atterns, and many other things too tedloan to
This is a business of T HIRTY-ONE YEA2ES'
peration, anmd is a firstrate op~ening for some
ounmg man justL starting in the world.
Will also be sold, if desired,
30 BOXES ROOFING TIN;
20 do le do 15 1 x do, and 5 do 20 by 1;, salta
ale for customer's work ; together with a large
applIy of W IRE, all Nos. from i to 20, wltK 'aR
:dds of FITTINGS, suitable to the businesd.
Tinme will be given to an approved puruhaser.
nquire of B. F. CIIEW.
Agusta, April 21 Ct6 15.
9x.o BRIlG, lair D)IVISION,8S. C. M.
En.DarmED C. 11, A pril 20th, 1858. -~
RDE R8, NO
The Cuomels of the revpeetive Regiments within
eIL 2nd IBrigade, 1t 'DivisIon, So.Ca., MilitIa; are
ereby reqired to make an accurate andl full .etur
> the Brgadhier General of the actual ,-trength of
e variosus Corps composing their eommnandt; to
rether with the names uT the field offieers an* their
an, on or befoure the fourth Monday in Mayinext.
By order of W. C.-MOR.AGN
$rig Gen'l. 2nd Brig. 1st Division, S. C. 'M.
11. W. A nson, lBrig. Major. -
gg A bbeville Banner. and lndependent.Psess
A pril 21st, 18.58 5t 16
9vu R EGIMENT, S. C. M. L
Trconu's POND, May 3, 1868.
kCOUR'T MARTIAL will be held at Mno.
Suam Brunsoni's, on Saturday the 29th May,
r the vurpose of trying all defaniters of Militia
.d Patrol duty. The Court will coauist -of the
llowing offleers, who are hereby authorIzed to be
Capt. STONE, 'Capt. Tumxon
*' l.AuoLnY, " MORGAN,
" TIMRAN,! Liett. SEtTLE.
Capt. DANIEt, BRU'N5OX, Judge Advocate.
By order of Col J7. W. TOMPKINS.
MAr. Moss, Adj't.
New Cheap Goods,
T I Subscriber is now receiving at his State a
FULL ASSORTMENT OF GOOQP, to -
rhiht he respetfully invites the attention of his
~riends and eustumers.
Er Thankful for past favors, he solicitk a eenu
inance of the saine.
.10HN? M. CLARK.
Cold Spring, S. C., Apral 21 1858 t 15
N (TICE I-AUl persona indebted to the Es-.
tate of George MeD. Reardmn ats requeated
o make immediate settlement ; andl these laving
lmandls .against the Estate will please presnt
hem forthwith, properl attt
Jan 6, .. 53.
tIGHTY Sacks godFAMILY 140UR, so
iDora's Steam aiIt tlhmesaak
ad tythei. E., 'Ae -