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Great Bargains In Dry Goods!
FOR ONE MONTH ONLY!
COMMENCING ON THE FIRST JULY
WILTIAM H. CRANE, Augusta, Ga.
E XTING to have some improvements mad
in hi. Store on the 1st of August, and wish
lag to dispose or his present stoele before that time
will commence on the first day of July selling off hil
LARVE. STOCK OF DRY GOODS
FOR CASH-AT GREATLY REDUCED PRI.
CES, and would respectrully invite all who wish tA
purchase to give him a call, as great bargains will bx
given, for the Goods must be sold.
Augusta, June 30 tf 29
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
. very large assortment of
-FRENCH WORKED COLLARS,
SWISS AND JACONET BANDS,
SWISS AND JACONET TRIMMINGS,
SWISS AND JACONET FLOUNCINGS,
Plain and Emb'd LINEN COLLARS.
Large assortment Plain and Emb'd L. C. HDKFS,
Rich Chantilly LACE VEILS, new styles.
Rich Silk and Lace MANTILLAS;
Rich Organdie MUSLINS;
Plain and Check NAINSOOKS;
I "t JACONETS;
i ." MULLS.
These GOODS having been recently bought at a
great reduction on the market price, will be sold
correspondingly low, and a portion of them hav
iqg been bought of the manufacturer about 50 per
cent less than they could have been bought at any
auction sale, they will be sold lower than the same
quality of GOODS have ever been offered at in this
city. Our stock is otherwise well assorted, and
offers rare attractions in the way of LOW PRI
CES. All of which we will be pleased to exhibit
at our ONE PRICE STORE.
BROOM & MORRELL.
Augusta, Ga , June 30 1858 tf 26
TUHE Copartnership heretofore existing between
' the undersigned, under the name and style
of J. K. HORA & CO., is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. The name of the firm will be
used in liquidation of the debts.
J. K. HORA,
W. T. TIMMERMAN,
W. S. WISE,
June 21, 1858. CHARLIE B. DAY.
T HE Uundersigned, having purchased fiom J.
T K. HORA, his interest in the late firm of J.
K. Hora & Co., will continue the business in Au
gusta, as heretofore, under the name and style of
J. M. NEWBY & 00.
J. M. NEWBY,
W. T. TIMMERMAN,
.W. S. WISE,
CHARLIE B. DAY.
Augusta, June 21, 1858. tf 25
NOTICE TO THE AFFLICTED,
IN Justice to the suffering humanity through
Diseases arising from disorders of the Organs
of Generation, I deem it necessary to relieve and
cure such sufferers.
PROF. F. DEVOUT'S
Esteemed French specifie Cordial,
is theme-t reliable and effectual remedy for ob
- tamning a perfet cure in the shortest time that has
ever been known, no matter whether the Case is of
*20 years, or only 3 days standing.
The CORDIA L is agreeable to the stothtach and
will, If followed accordIng to directions, and the
instruments properly used, never fail to effect a
- enre permanent., As it is rather a delicate subject
to bring thtus before the public,I1 deem it inexpe
dient to insert any of the many References. A
trial of-the Medicine will speak for itself.
.All priate communications will be prpznptly at
'' tende'd to4 free-gratis. -. .
Pirice'83 for'all necessaries, forwarded free of
chage to ainy part of Georgia, South Carolina or
- All orders must be addressed to F. J.
Dellgei,'at V. La Taste's New' Wholesale and Re
tail Drng or Seed Store, Augusta, Ga., Wholesale
Depot'for F. 3. Delker's Celebrated Bed Bug De
stroyer and Philadelphia Balm.
Augusta, June 30 1858 '3m 25
Swan 8k Co,'s Lotteries Triumphant.
SWAN & CO.
Contine to Draw as usual without
LOTTNRIE5 ARE LEGA L, AND AUTHORIZED
BY THE ST ATE OF GEORGIA.
--The late attempt to injure
Our firm has shown
.That &ur Lotteries arc drawn fairly ;
'That' our Prizes are paid punctually ;
'And that our Schemes
Are more liberal than any other Lottery
In the world.
I HE ibllowing Scheme will be drawnt by S.
SWAN &r CO., Managers of the SPARTA
ACADKMY LOTTERY, in each of their Single
Number Lotteries for July, 1868, at AUGUSTA,
Georgia, in public, under the superintendence of
Class 22 Driaws Saturday, Juy3, 1858.
Class.23 Draws Saturday, Jul 10, 1858.
Class 24 Draws Saturday, Jul 17, 1858.
Class -25 Draws Saturday, Jul 24, 1858.
Class 26 Draws Saturday, Jul 31, 1858.
ON THE PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
- 5,485 .P'L.' m'BS
lEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS.
TO DE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN JULY i
1 Prize of..........$ 4 Prizes of.........$90
1 P'rze of........ 0 4 Prizes of.......... so
1 Prize of.........-10, 4 Prizes of..........70
I Prize of........ 5,000 4 PrIzes, of..........60
I Prize of.....---. 4001 510 Prizes of....... U
1 Priz'e of....... .. ,000 50 Prizes of......... 8W
1 Prize of......... 1,1 100 Prizes of.......... 12
. 4 Prizes of.....- 1,UU0 2180 Prizes of.......1!
4 PrIzes of $400 Approx'tlng to570,000 Prize are. .81,00
4 Prizes of 800 " " 80,1100 PrIze are.. 1,211
4 Prizes of 200O " " 10l,W0 Prizes are.. 801
4 Prizes of 1251 * " 1,00U Prizes are.. Det
4 Prizeseof 1100 "' " 4,000 Plrlzes are.. 4i1
. 4 Prizes of 75 a" 15,uo1 P'rizes are... 8UI
4 Prizes of 50 " " 1,50Prlze are... 201
.5,000 rtzes of 20 are....................... 100,001
5,s Prizes amountng t............... 532,0ot
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters $2,60.
Er A Circular showing the plant of the Lotteries will b6
sent to any one desirous of receivinag it.
- Vertinleates of Puaeages will be told at the followinug rates
.' cae s oh rackage of ten Whole Tickets.......s
- Cartlente oif Package of ten Hll Tickets...........41
.Certllicate r,f Package of ten Quarter Tickets.........2
'Certlflcate, of Package of ten Eighth Tickets..........1
isu Ordering Tickets or Certieates,
-Enclose the money to our address for the Ticketa ordere.
on receipt of which they will be forwarded by strat mail
1Puschaser. can havo Tickets ending In any figure they ma;
de .he List .f Drawn Numbers and Prize. will bi
sent to purchas~ersimntaediteily after the drawing.
gg Purchasers wIll pleanse write their siguatures plst
and give their Post Onfice, Cunty and State.
gW~emembe~r that evey Prize is drawn, and payable I
. full without deduction.
g'Alt prizes of 1,000 and under,paid immedliately ath
the drawin--qher prizes at the usual lime of thIrty days.
grAll comlnnicae~tiona strictly confidential.
.. ;gtOrders for Tickets or (jertillcates can be addresse<
either to S. SWAN & CO., Augusta. Ga., or
- ~J. W. GAiHElt, AgenGlumbia.
gr A list of the numbers that are drawn from the whael
wIth the amuount of the prize that each one Is entitled It
will he published alter every drawing, in the following p,
:---:New. Orles Delta. Mobile Register, Chtark-stoi
tndard, Nulhvilic Gazette Atlanta Intelligencer, Nei
.York Weekly Day B~ook, Auusta (Ga.) Con~stitutionalisi
RiEchmond DIspatch. New Do Iispatch, P'auldling (hties
Clarion, Savannah Morning Nwe, and Little Iock (Ark.
June-80 1858 f -__ 251
Positively the Last Notice !
&LL Persona indebted to me either by Note o
-Is Aceount, are informed that they must eithe
come forward and renew their Notes or pay th
money oa or before the 5th July next, or they wil
find their Notes and Accountsain the hands or WV
-C. Moragne for colletion after that date. .
* A. B3. A DDISON.
J.ne320 If 2
Es PENN, Agent,
i AS just received a supply of the PRINCES.
ROYAL LOOPED EXTENSION
To which he would respectfully invite the atten.
tion of the Ladies. This SKIRT is of late inven
tion',and for beauty and utility far surpasses any
thing of the kind ever offered for sale.
It is made entirely by machinery and without a
stich. The hoops are brought to their places by the
interlacing of Loops-may be taken 'apart in a mo
nient, and adjusted to suit any size by removing
one or more hoops, and as quickly laced together
and ready for the wearer-making it an ADJUS
TABLE SKIRT with a new and simple ADJUS
TABLE BUSTLE, free from any incumbrani
The .ladies are invitd to call and examine this
new and umost desirable article which is meeting
with rapid sale.
June 23 tf 24
Anti Spasmodic Tincture.
TIlE BEST MEDICINE THAT UAS EVER
BEEN OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC FOR
GENERAL FAMILY OR PLAN
It should be kept in every family ready for use
in cases of Colic or other violent attacks of dis
For Horses and Mule.-It rearly fails to cure
even the worst cases of Colic.
It is highly recommended by those who have
tried it in this District.
IIOME TESTIMONY IN ITS FAVOR.
EDGEFIELD, C. H., June 19, 1868.
Da. DENNis-Dear Sir:-] have tried your
Anti-Spasmodic Tincture in diseases of horses, as
Colic, and have recommended it in various eases,
and have not yet known, it to fail in effecting a
speedy cure. I have also given it to my servants,
when they have complained or being unwell, and
have found it to give quick relief, .-specially in
Colic. It affords me pleasure to recommend a
medicine so useful in violent attacks of disease and
so valuable for general use in families and on plan
tations. F. M. NICHOLAS.
IIT For sale by Dr. A. G. & T. J. Teague, and
G. L. Penn.
June 23 0 tI 24
NEW GOODS FOR 1858!
SPRING AND SUMMER SUPPLIES.
I AlI now receiving my Spring supplies of Dry
Goods, Groceries, &c., &c., which, in point 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
adies' Dress Goods,
Of the most fashionable styles and of all qualities.
Also, a fine assortment of seasonablo Goods for
Gentleauen and louth's Wear.
Also, a large variety of
BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &C.
In the GROCERY line -I am prepared to offer
such inducements as must please my customers.
My stock consists of an assortment of
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, &c.
Also, always on hand TOBACCO, SEGARS,
SNUFF, W IN E S, BRANDIES, P U RE
Lif Come and look at my Stock.
J. . IIARMON.
Winter Seat, Mar 22 tf 11
Edgefield Male Academy.
T HlE SUMMF~t VA CATION begins un Mon
1day 28th June and ends on the 19th July.
The Patrons of thte Academy are notified that
the Tuition for th'is Session is now due. The Sc.
icounts may be found witht the Teatchers until Mon
day 2$th, after that time with the Treasurer
Prompt payment is requested by the rees and
GEO0. A. ADD[SON, See'ry and Tress.
June23 2t 24
- Choice Land for Sale!I
THE subscriber offers for sale his VA LUA BLE
TiRACT OF LAND, situate on tihe Chappell's
Ferry Road, four miles S. East of Edgefield C. H.
- SEVENTY ACRES, .
Six of whichr have been recently cleared, whilst
the rest is mostly woodland, and all susceptible of
the highest improvemient.
One the prem'ses are a good NEW DWELLING
[HOU.E,.with four comfortable Rooms. Also, a
good Kitchen, a Well of the best Water, &c.
3g For terms, &c., apply to me at the Saltda
House. C. L. COVA R.
June 2'1 t( 21
1s-r DI VISION, 2wD BRIGA DE, S. C. M.,
EDoSPIBLD, Jutne 22, 1858.
The following persons are hereby appointed
officers of tile 41vision, 2nid Brigade, S. C. M.
and will be andrespect~d accordingly.
HI. WV. A DDI:S0N, Brig. Major,
M. C. BUTLER, " Inspector,.
J. H1. BROOKS, " Judge Advocate,
J AMES GR EGG, " Quarter Master, -
WILLIAM HILL, " Paymaster,
EDWAR D NOBL E, " Chaplain.
THOMAS G. hAMAR, " Aid de Camp,
MOSES HOLSTEIN, " " I " "
By order of
We C. MOR AGNE, Brig. General.
HI. WV. ADDIsoJf, Brig. Maj. 2
June 28, - 3t 2
I) ANAWAY from the Subscriber's mother,
leabout thte 1st April last, his likely Mulatto
boy RICHMtOND, about 21 years old, and about
5 feet 7 or 8 inches high. His color is tolerable
bright and his htair pretty straight, and wore
when he left a mottstache. lie Is intelligent and
tolerably quick spoketn. He has been raised in
the houese, and is a valuable dining-room servant
and good osther.
It is supposed lhe is lurking about some of the
neighboring cities,-either Hamburg, Augusta,
Charleston or Columbia. The above reward will
be paid for his apprehension and delivery in any
jail so that I may get him. And any information
concerning him will be thankfully received.
T. N. LUNDY.
Jutne 23 tf 24
if Tgc A ugusta Constitutiotelist and Charles
ton Mercury will lease copy weekly for one
month and forward bills to T. N. L., Edgefield C.
H., S. C.
TOTICE.--All persons indebted to the Estate
. of Nicholas McEvoy, dec'd., will pilease call
and settle the same; and all having claims against
said Estate will present the sanme duly attested
to iCH. FL ANIGAN, Adm'or.,
At P. H. Flanigan & Co's Boot and Slhoe Store.
Edgefield, June 22 3t 24
L'IRST AND LAST NOTICE.-Al]
pe irsons indebted to the Estate or Burdet Eth~
eredge., deceased, by Note or A ccount, are re-spect
fully informed that they nmust either comne forward
anud renew their Notes or pay up on or before the
22d July next, or they will find their Notes anud
Accounts in the hands of L. J. Jones, Esq., for
collection. W. P. T ROTTERt,
June23Guardian or the Children.
-ue2 4t" 24
Horn's .Creek Beat Company
Y7OU are hereby ordered to lbe and appear al
.kyour regular'parade ground on Saturday thec
r17th .luly next, armed and equtipped as the lawt
directs, for drill and instruction.
An ejlettion will be held on the same day for
SECOND and WilllkD LIEUTENANTS of said
Companty, to fill vacancies therein existing.
By order of 1?. H ARtRIS, Capt.
Jutne 2.1 8t 24
P'OST OFFICE NOTICE.
, LTHUG Hthe Post Office Department does
) ntrquire it, yet for the accomamodation of
the citizen< of thbe Town and all who may call,
the P'ost Office will here,-fter be opened every
Sunday tmornling from nine to half-past nine-but
positively will not be opened at any other hour
rthbrough the day. A. R AMSEY, P. M.
rJune 23 2t . 24
lCIIOICE FLOUR, S2,50 PER SACK,
- UST received a fresh supply of Choice FLO UR,
0which we are selling at 82,50 per 100 lbs.
J. B. SULLIVAN & CO.
I. H. STEARNS & CO.,
Commission Dealers in Everything
Special attention given to BUYING, SELLINC
and REPAIRING MACHINERY.
Broad Street, near Mechanic's Bank, Augusta
June 15 ly 23
WILLIAMSTON, S. C.
W. R. BUDGINS, Proprietor.
T HIS ftouse is now open for the reception o
visitors to the Sprinas. The building is en
tirely new and finished and furnished in excellennt
style and located at a convenient distance from the
Springs. Visitors will find amplo and superiot
accommodation, with good order, and be supplied
with the best the market affords with moderate
June 10 6t 23
THE undersigned respectfully in
forms those who may be in qnest of
aiU~ health or pleasure, that he has aaain
taken this well-known VATERING
PLACE, and is now ready to accommodate all who
may favor him with a call. The medicinal quali
ties of this water are too well known to require
any description. A line of four-horso Coaches
are now running from the head of the Union and
Spartanburg Railroad to the Springs, Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays. After the 1st July,
there will be a daily line. Hacks can be obtained
at Clinton, Laurens or Greenville.
June 16. smcow 23.
DICKEY & PHIBBS, Augusta, Ga.,
have just opened ONE CASE
Which they are closing out at
Six and a Quarter Cents per Yard.
FINE FRENCII MVUSLINS,
At Twelve and a Half Cents per Yard.
Augusta, June 14 tf 23
NEW AND SEASONABLE STOCK OF
SP-RING DRY GOODS.
P. & M. GALLAIKER,
R ESPECTFULLY Solicit the attention of the
ladies of Edgefield, and the public generally.
to their New and Fashionable stock of
Purchased within the past month by one of their
own firm, who spared no pains to obtain the most
desirable styles of S P RI N G and S IT M M E R
GOODS, suitable fur the most fastidious of the
ladies of the South.
To their varied and extensive prisortment, in each
department, they call special attention, especially to
the comparatively low prices at which they are
selling. Their stock embraces In part the latest
Rich Chintz Chene Bava-lere SILKS ;
Rich Moire Antique Black and Colored SIT.KS;
Rich Marcellaine and Florence " "
Rich Black SILKS, in endless variety;
GRENADINE, Crape DeParis ROBES;
CIIALLIE, Barege Delaine "
BAREGES; CRAPEI MARETZ;
CIALLIES; BAREGE DIlAINE;
CRAPIE DEPARIS; CANTON CLOTH;
Embroidered BA N DlS, beautiful Patterns; .
" J ACON ET, SW ISS and M ULL;
" COL L A S, in great variety ;
" Linen Cambr'c hlANDKERChIEFS
EDGINGS and INSERTINGS.
II1O051 E R Y .
Ladies' Silk HOSE, beat quality ;
" Cotton "' " "
Misses' Silk 9" "."
Gents' Hair Cotton HOSE, all sizes andl quality ;
Ladies' and Gentlemenoa's Silk GLOVES ;
" " " Kid "i various
colo'rs. IIU L VS
Enmbr..i l'red M USLIN, for Ladies' Dresses;
Plain .laeoniet aid Swiss MUSLINS5;
Nan'ook, Mull and Book "
rrinted 15R lLLIA NTE and French CA MBRIC;
AMERICAN CALICOES AT UNPRECE
DENTEDLY LOW PRICES.
Brown SIIIRTINGS and ShlEETINGS;
OSNA BURGS, STRII'ES and
DRtILLINGS, net Factory prices.
GINGH AMS IN GREAT VARIETY!
Finished and IUfinished LINE N, in half and whele
pieces, imp~ortedl direct from Irelaind.
DA MASK, NAPKINS,
DOY LIES, T ABLE CLOTIIS.
M IS CELL ANEO0US.
COUNTERPA NEhS; BEI) TlCKlNG;
A pron CIIlECKS; Furniture PRIINTS;
RlIBBONS; LUTES; Satin and Velvet Furni
ture and Dress FRINGES;
PA RASOLS; Ihoop SKIRTS; FANS; 00O1BS;
Hair BBUSHlES; SOAPS; PERFUMERY ;
MANTILLAS,SlIAWLS and SCARFSIn end
Augusta, April 14 1858 3m 14_
GRAY & TURLEY,
H AVE just received from New York, another
lot of those FINE WHILE BRILLIANTS,
at l2) Leents per yard.
Also, Isabella, Jonannah and Ciroline White
Ladies' Marseilles COLL ARS and SETr's, both
white and Colored ;
Birmingham and Metropolitan Extension IhOOP
Black Silk MITTS, both long and short, wit1f
and without hingers;
An entirely new and handsome lot of RIB3BQNS,
for Ladies' Bonnets;
Fifty pieces fine IRISTI LINEN, to be sold by
the piece only, at extraordinary low prics;
DAMASK$, DOYLIES, NAPKINS;
TOW ELS. crash and linen;
SH EETING, at prices that cannot fail to com
mand a quick sale.
Those in want of sucht Goods would do wdl to
Augudta, June 14 tt 23
War With England.
IN consequenice of the anticipated war, I am
naain furinishedl with a large supply of the
ONLY COAL OIL NOW IN USE, that will not
explode, namely, the
BRECKENRIDGE COAL OIL.
Together with LAM1PS, SH ADES, CHIMNEYS,
The above Oil is warranted not to explode, gum,
congeal, or smell when burning, giyes a light equal
to ten candles, and coats less than one half of a
cent a hour to consume it..
I will sell the Lamps and Oil at New York piri
ces, adding 10 per cent. for transportation. for Cash.
Persons will please rentember that this Oil is
different, in all respects from the imiperfect article
called Kerosene Coal Oil.
No pecrson in Augu~sta has the ge'nuine Coal Oil
for sale but TilOM AS P. FOG A RTY.
Under the Augusta flotel.
Augusta Ga., Jttne 15 f 23
J. E. Wells fur another,)
es. Fi. Fa.
Julia Autrey. )
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias t
me directed, I will proceed to, soll at Edge
field C. II., on the first Mlonday in July next, the ful
lowing proaperty, to, wit:
One Tract of hAmnd whe're the Defendant lives
ontininilg two hundred and ten aeres,more or less
adjining lands of H. T. Bontwright, Mrs. Eli7.betl
Bu,h ad others. Terms Cash.-.
J AMES EIDSON, us...
June 14, 1858, . 3t 23
NEI WFLOUR--Ju.4 :eeeived a few sacki
NEW FLOUlt from NEW WIIEAT.
G. L. PENN, Agent.
June 16n if 23
ARE astonishinf their friends and patrons
throughout the.two States, at their WON
DERFULLY CHEAP 'and LARGE and 'AD
MIRABLE Stoek of
Summer Ready.Made Clothing.
At their Hlouse miy always be found the BEST
Goods in th City--and hone but the most fashion
NE W GOODS-LATEST STYLES.
They are weekly receiving additional supplies i
from New York, in order to-meet the wants of t
their n'unrous eustomers. And since the 1st c
June, they have reeived and opened
A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT
Superior Flannel Opsimere RAGLANS, SACKS
and FROCKS,'ihsle without Lining, suitab!e
for Summer wear-eo,ler th:an Linen.
200 Pair Plain,-Fanefrand -Figured Summer Cas
Black and Faney Summer PANT.. C
Fine Casimere and Black Alpaca COATS; e
" " " "6 SACKS
LINEN GOODS-an extensive variety and very f<
Fine Fancy and White Marseilles VESTS.
A large variety of Plain VESTS at low figures.
Fine Linen and Marseilles SH IRTS & COLLARS.
A large stock of- HDKFS, TIES, GLOVIiS, SUS
PENDERS and SOCKS.
gA'll of which we offer to tlepublic at ex-P
eeedingly low prices.
COME 1! %7 IR.-E30T
And examine our CLOTHING and PRICES.
We take pleasure In showing our Goods to all who -
may favor us with a call.
ggTo our Edgefield patrons-and their name tl
is legion-we extend many thanks for past and h1
present patronage, and hope to long merit a con- tc
tinuance of the same.
Tailoring-Clothing made to Order. 8
Our stoek of fibhionable CLOTHS, Black, Blue, a
Brown and Claret, have arrived, together with a
beautiful assottment of side-stripe CASSIMERE _
for pants; side-stripe LINENS and Marseilles for
pants; Rich Silk and Marseilles Patterns for Vests.
All or which Mr. JOHN KENNY will be pleased r
to show and make up to order, warranted to fit and
please'or no sale.
JOHN K.1HORA & CO.9 R
Successors to J. M. eleby & Co ri
Under U. S. Hotel. Augusta, Ga. ']
A ung-ta. June 14 tf 23
New Goods---Late Arrivals!
E PENN, Agest, is constantly replenish- ni
* ishing his Stock every week with FRESH and of
Most Desirable Dress Goods, *
well suited to the season. The Ladies will find
among his latest arrivals, some very beautiful and et
fashionable Goods, such as D
Rich Side Stripe ORG.t NDIES and JACKONETS, ry
Skeleton SKIRTS, latest styles; p,
Black Silk and Lace MANTILLAS, beautiful; - A
BONNETS of latest and most handsome styles; x
Ilandsome Bonnet Ribbons, Flowers, Ruches, &c.
Call in ladies, and see my goods.
May 2- tf 20 V
Mount Enon Work Shop. I
T IE universal satisfaction that the wotk done C
by the subscriber haa heretofoje given, en- re
courages him to hoppe that for the future he will be 0
equally successful. Ile is better prepared every at
year to do better work, and he does not h.-sitate to .
say that the -t
COTTON GINS AND THRASUERS'
made by him are equal to any now offered fur sale. g
Many t. utim.oials of this fact might be given, a]
Work kept constantly on hand, and ordersexo
cutted at the shortest notiee. A ddress,
THOMAS E. CH[APMAM, a
Coleman's X Roads. Edgefield Dist. S. C.
gg"Or Mr. D. Rt. DURISOE, at the " Advertiser
Office, who is my authorized Agent.
Rich Dress Goods.
B)ROOMY & NORREL, Augusta, Ga.,
1)have just received, per Adams' Express Com
Rich Organdie Flounced ROBES;I
do Twisted Silk do do
do Jaconiet Robes A'QUIL LE ;
do Organdie (10 do
French Printed Jaconots, Canmbrics & Brilliants,
A large and handsome assortment of MIANTIL- a
L AS, of Lace and Silk, and very cheap. g
LINEN YOKIES, very handsome.'
PIQUE CLOT H, White TrimmIngs, Alexander's p~
Kid Gloves, &c.
Augusta, May 18 tf 19
New Cheap Goods. -
T I! E Subscriber is now receiving at hiis Store a
FULL ASSORT41KNT OFe GOOD)S, to
which he respe~ctfully invites 'he attention of his
friends and customers.b
gg"Thankful for. ps favors, he solicits a con
tinuance of the sae.e.
.JOUN M. CLAM.
Cold Spring, S. C., A pril 21 1858 t( 15' o
ANOTHER EXTRA LOT OF a
CHOICE TENNESSEE BACON !"
IIEl Subscribers have just received another a~
Linhe supply of Good Tennessee BACON,
wibhi~l will be ,.o!d low for Cash. An examination
of this Bacon is soelicited, as we know it is bound 111
to give satisfaction. WV. R. & T. S. IIUDSON. a
June9 tf 22 0
CHEAPER THAN THlE CHEAPEST.
A LW AYS on hand a good assortment of Choicer
GROCERIES, which we invariably sell at
from FIVE to 'lEN'PRRCENT CilEAPER ~
than any other IHouse in Town. A n exnminntion k
of our Stock and Prices will sustain us in the above
assertion. Call and see f. r yourselves.
W. R. & T. S. hUDSON.
June 9 tf . 22
FRESH GROCERIES, &c.
WT lY. E. LEOG hasv just received another it
VT large and varied assortment of ft
Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Segars, n
Which he is selling rapidly at prices considerably wt
reduced. Hiis present Stock~consists in part of ri
Two Thousand Lbs. BACON, a choiee artie; t(
SUGARS of different kinds and cheap ;
Fine assortment of COFFEE; -
Choice SYRUPS and MOL ASSES;.
-Pine A pple and English Dairy CHI IESE ;
No 1 MACKEREL. in BbI.., excellent; 1
- Nol1and 2 do in Kits; -J
. Fresh Salmon, Lobsters, &c., in ans;
Tomatto and Walnut KLbTCIIUP;
Worcestershire and Peplper SA UCE;
PICKLES of all kinds
A fine assortment of Fresh CANDIES;
ORANGES, LEIMONS, AP'PLES, &e; c
Brandied FR UITS in variety -
CURRANTS, CITRON, RAISINS. FIGS, &c.;a
Alnnonds, Pienn and English Walnuti;
P'ORTECR and A LE, a splendid article;
Champagne WINE and CIDER; t;
- Sherry and Madeira WINES;
Fine WINES and BRANDllSt
WhIISK EY and other Liqhaora In abundancee;
LEMON SYRUP, an extra article, &e., &e.
May 25 tf ' 20
1OTICE.-AI persons indebted to the Es
Ntate .of John Kirlbey, dec'd., are hereby
thuely warned to make payment forthwith, and
those having claims against the E4ate are notified
tp render them In, properly attested, at an eary a
day. E. P. II. KIRKSEY, acting Ex'or. 3
Dec380 tf 51 - e
-l~OTICE.-A pPlietion will be made to the
.LLegislature at its next Session, for an A ct to In
corporate the Bethlehem Baptist Church, in Edge
JuneD 3m" 22
1OTICE Is hereby gieai-hat application will
Nbe made at the next Session of the Legisla-4
ture, for a Charter for a Road to. .-un from the
Lutheran Church, on Edliato, to intersect the Co
lumnbia Road at or near Col. John Hulet's, two and
a half miles from Edgetleld Village.
MaLy 5 , 8in 16 '
FO**"AND CORN MEAL--Can be
Fhad at my ho'use for Cas.
Leater-Harness, Sole, Upper, Kips, &c.
R. T. MIMS. i
Feb.S tf* 4 I
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOT HI I.
RAMSEY & LABAW,
(Opposite the Union Bank,)
A RE receiving daily, and are offering to their
friends and customrs the largest and best
Ltock this ,-eason they have ever offered. Having
urchased the entire Stock almost exclusively for
ASH, and paid unusual attention to the mann
icture of the Clothing, we are prepared to offer
liem at prices to defy compctition. We have an
legant line of
SCARFS, CRAVATS, STOCKS,
UNDERSHIRTS and DRA WERS, every grade;
Linen Bosom SH1IR'., from the well known
ianufactories of Morrison & Co., Golden Hill,
ohn M Davis & Co., and Fowler &Co.
A complete line ot GLOVES,of every kind;
HANDKERCHIEFS, SOCKS, &c.
We have also t very large stock of SERVANTS
LOTHING, of every kind, which we would call
ipecial attention to.
Merchants and others would do well to call be
re purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta, April 21, 1y 16
, GREAT desideratum in the way of LIGHT
. is accomplished. An illuminating Oil is
repared from Coal, called KEROSENE OIL,
rillianey and Intensity of Light
unsurpassed by all other artificial lights. It is
)t explosive-will extinguish fire if poured on it
-and last, though not least, it is very little more
pensive than sunshine. A small Lamp, giving
te Light of six Candles, will not cost excee 'ing
%if a cent an hour, which can be graduated so as
give less light at a much less expense.
We have the exclusive Agency for the KERO
ENE OIL and LAMPS in this place, and will
i them at Charleston prices and terms, Which
e exclusively for Cash.
1. G. & T. J. TEAGUE.
April 28 tf 16
RES DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C,
[HE Subscribers take pleasure in informing
L their friends and patrons that they are NOW
ECEIVING a Large Addition to their al
ady extensive Stock of PURE and FRES1
rugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
We are prepared and will take pleasure in fur
shing Physicians with a COMPLETE OUTFIT
Medicinies. Instruments, Shop Furniture, Medi
1 :addle Bags, ac., &c., &c.
TO THE LADIES.
We will also say to the Ladlies that our Stock
'mprises ALL articles for the TOILET, from the
ressing Comb and Brush to the richest Perfume
. Fine Soaps, Pomades, I Iair Restoratives, De
latory, Cosmetics, Lubin's Genuine Extracts, &c.
a., FLAVORING EXTRACTS for Culinary pur
e say, your wants have been attended to in our
eent selection. Send in your orders, or come
and let us put you up a complete Plantation
se of Medicines, Instruments, &c , with full di
ctions for use, in all simple cases, and thereby
ve time, money and health. A simple cathartic
the timely administration of an emetic, or an
odyne, does and will often break the chain of
orbid action, thereby preventing serious and pro
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY
e extend the invitation to call on us. We have
of the most reputable nostrums recommended
cure almost all of the ills and aches to which
tsh is heir to. If you cannot find anything
lapted to your case, we will exert our skill in
eparing something for your relief.
E'Prescriptions filled with accuracy and dis
ttch at all hours, day or night.
3E'Call and examine our Stock at the Drag
ore under the Odd Fellows' & Masonic Hall.
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE.
Edgfield, April 29 tf 10
H lE Pioprictor of this well known and poput
lar H[OT EL takes peculiar pleasure in an
ncng to his friends and the travelling public
meralle, that this House Is open for the reception
'company, .apd that his whole energies will be
at into requisition to gratify the wvants of each
id all who may favor him with their patronage.
The House has just been thoroughly repaired,
i the Rooms amid Furniture put in excellent con
Lion for the Spring and Summer .season.
My Table will be furnished with the hest that
m be had, aiid presided over by one skilled ini
e culinary departmentt-and in short, everything
quisite to gratify thme taste of the epicurean will
Ssupplied in abundance. The servants of thme
A ROLINA 110TEL are noted ror their polite and
tentive character, and are ever in attendance to
,y the wishes of my Guests.
New STABLES have recently been built, which
commodious aiid complete, and horses left in
y care wvill receive kind and careful treatment.
Thankful for past encouragement and patron
ce, I respectfully solicita continuance of the. samec.
JOHN A. MAYS.
Eg" The travelling communilty are notified that
cy and their baggage will be convefed, at a mo
ent's warning, without charge, to the C'arolina or
orgia Depots. J. A. M.
Hamburg, May 3 1858 tf 16
W AT CH M8A KER !
PHuE Subscriber having purchased the premises
.ormierly occupied by Mr. HI. A. GRAY, as a
'atch repairing shop, is now preparod to do all
nds of work in connecthm n with
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and
Having securedI the services of a FIRS3T CL ASS
ATCHI MAKER, and being a practical Clock
aker himself, he hopes to give entire satisfaction.
All work done at his shop is wvarranted, and if
fals to give satisfaction, the money will be re
All persons leaving work with him may depend
pon getting it at thme time promised.
P. S.-A Regulator, that will keep exact time,
ill be kept running in the shop. Persons desi
nus of obtaining the true time can be accomoda
d at any hour in the day.
F. HI. CANDEE.
April 6 1858 tf 13
Marble at Newberry, S. C.
[ KEEP constantly on hand, at my Marble Yard,
Newberry, S. C., MARBLE and GRANITE
ONBS, TOMB TABLETS, XONUNMENTS,
head stones, &c.,
In endless styles and of every variety.
LETTE RING done neatly and correctly at three
mnts pecr letter.
All orders shall have prompt attention. I sell
cheap as the cheapest.
i7For further particulars, call on Col. Chris
o, at Edgefleld C. HI., S. C.
JOHN R. LE AVELL.
Newberry, May 24 3m* 20
Boot and Shoe Notice,
PE Subscriber contimues to have
L made, on the shortest notice, and In
me best manner, the finest and most sub
an~tial BOOTS and SHOES.
All orders left at his Shop will be promptly at
mndedl to. C. M. GR AY or myself will be found
t all times in the Village to attend to all orders.
[ work to leave the shop without the knowledge
f the Subscriber or my A getut, C. M. GRAY.
StShop opposite B. 3. Ryan's Livery Stable.
E. IH. YOUNGBLOOD.
June 2 tf 21
A BAKERI COUNTY
Plantation for Sale,
NE of the BEST,the PRETTIEST and H E AL
T HIE-T -PL ANTATIONS in South Western
leorgia, containing 750 Acres, of whrch 626
re in cultivation, and cleared in the last tree
'ears. All the houses, necessary to a Plantation,
rith the fenices, are new, having been erected In
le above time.
If needed, provisions and stock can lie pur
based with the place. Further information can
e procured of CH ARLES WEHITEIIEAD.
Newtonl, Baker Co., Ga., June 1 8m* 21
iEGRS-Now open a few thousanid very
fne SEGARS 3.n B.SLIVA nnCO
g The Friends of Col. JAMES P. CARROLL
respectfully present him as a Candidate for the
State Ienate at the ensuing election.
W Tus Friends of WILLIAM GREGG, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sen
ator at the next election.
Feb 1 *4
WTuE Friends of Maj. ABRAM JONES re
spectfully present him as a Candidate for re-elec
tion to the State Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
IrThe Friends of Col. JOHN BUIET re
spectfully nominate him as a Candidate for a Peat
inqthe House of Representatives at the next elec
W Tax friends of Dr. Ij. R. 09OK, respect
fully announce him as a Candidate for a seat in
the House of Reposentatives at the lext election.
gt'Tua Friends of Mr. WADS-HOLSTEIN,
respectfully nominate him as a Candidate for elec
tion to a Seat in the next Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
17Wn are authorized by the friends of Col.
JAMES TOMPKINS to announce him as a Can
didate for a Seat in the next Legislature at the
gW 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
IT-We are authorized by the friends of Maj.
A. L. DEARING, to nominate hhib as a Candidate
for a seat in the Houre of Representatives at the
April 7 to is
07 The friends of M. W. GARY, Esq., present
him as a Candidate for the State Legislature at the
Mar. 31. to* 12
Ur Tax Friends of W. W. ADAMS, Esq., re
spoctfully present him as a candidate for the State
Legislature at its next Session.
Mar 23 to** 11
The Friends of J. HAMPDEN 13OOKS,
Esq., respectfully present him as a Candidate for
the State Legislature at its next Session.
W. W. SALE,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
ROBERT D. EAYAN,
For Taz. Collector.
CHAS. M. MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,e
M. W. LYLES,
E. W. HORN,
* Csor CrdI2t1a=A.
W. F. DURISOE,
E. B. FOREST,
1iESSRS. GARY & DOZIER have
.Ithis day formed "a P'artnea ship fur the Prae
tics of LAW and EQUITY.
One or the other at all times in their Oficee, near
the Court House.
. W. GAar. JAxas A. Doziaa.
Edgefidd,.lJine9 ' f 22
in the PRACTICE of-LAW and EQUITY
for Edgefield District, wvili give prompt an4 dili
gent attention to all business entrusted to their
The residence of Mr. OwENs is at Barnwell C.
1-that of Mr. UEIDEL5s at iEdgr-fiel, S. C.
W. A. OWENS.
May 26 ttf 20
.A C A R I
S B. GRIFFIN, Attorney at L AW and
. Solicitor in EQUITY, will at er punctually
o all business entrusted to his care.
He may be found at all times eithe ki the Office
of .the Comimissioner in Equity, or in his own
Offie inmediately in rear of the Court House.
EDEFIELD C. H., May 19, 1858. tf 47
E. it. YOUJNGELOO0%,
,Attor 2.OT at Isaw,
W ILL attend promptly to all business ?laced
in his hands.
g-Office at Edgefld C. H., S. C.
May 19 tf - 19
. WCAIJT "mTT.T,
P H YSIC IA N,
WZILL attend promptly to all business of the
WVprofession entrusted to his care.
OFFICE, Edgefield C. H., S. C.
April 6 1858 tf 18
'jRIE Subscriber having furnished himself with
.a license to use this NEW PROCESS of
INSERTITG ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
is now ready to serve all who may need such, with
an assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a
loser resemblance to the natural organs, than can
be realized by any other method. its perfect pu
rity, cleanliness, freedom fenm all taste, or galvanic
sensation, durability, comfort and security, are
among the advantages claimed for this SUPERIOR
mode of setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, tf 24.
T HO S. .T. & C. H. MIO IS E,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE & MOISE,
No. 7, Hayne Street,
CiUARLESTON, S. C.
Jan 27 ly 3
SHINGLES, BOARDS, LATHS, ko.
r 11E Subscriber, living four miles East of Edge
.field C. HI., and ono mile from Mr. Samuel
Marsh, respectfully informs the public that he keeps
constantly on hand, and gets to order,
SmIgeu, Boards, Laths, ilewecd
Tianber, Posts, &c.
Which he sells on reasonable terms. He warrants
saisaction to all. To every order he will give
prompt attention. He solicits a share of ptronae.
May 26 Qm* 20
Double Extension Hoop Skirts.
Newv Lot, six, eight and eleven spring HOOP
ASKIRTS of the best nmake-Also, Steel Hoops,
Covered Hoops, Spiral Hoops, and Long Whale
bone for Skirts.
Just received and for sale low by
J. 3. SULL1VAN & CO.
June 9 tf 22
1OTICEAIl persons having eluims agains
the.Estate of James S. Coleman, dee'd. are
hrey notitied to render them in by the 1st M~arch
18,9-otherwise their notes or accounts will posi
tivy be debarred. And these Indebted to said
Estate must pay up by the 10th February next, or
they will most assuel becomapelled to p~ay costs.
BEN NET PIfRRY, Adm'or.
Juno 9 9m* 22
mA RWARD.-Lost in the neighbor
RUEoo of Gilgal Church, P 0 C KBE T
BOOK and its contents. My name was on the
back. Any person finding the samte and return
ing it to the Advertiser O'ffice will receive the
above seward. 3. T. HART.
June 23 tf 24
IMPORTANT TO HOUSE-KEEPER8,
DAY-TON'S I M P R O V E D METHOD OF
F RESTH FRIUIT AND VEGETABLES are not
merely the greatest luxuries enjoyed by man
kind: they are absolutely essential to the perfedtion
of health, and may be regarded as one of God's
best gifts. As, however the season of their pro
duction is brief, it las long been a matter of deep
interest to devise some method of preserving them,
in all their freshness, long after their season of
ripeness had prssed. Various aethods .have been
devised to eil'eet this end, to each of which some
serious objection has been laid. It islbelieved how
,ever, that in the apparatus la-r - ir.ent-d wi!l ho
found at once the cheapest and most eftroive
method of keeping these and other articles fresh,
It has long he,-n a deideratum to find some
cheap, simple and efletual m.-thnd of preserving
Fruits, Vegetables, &c., so as to keep them fit for 5
domestic use a number of yeaas. The expense of
preserving with sugar is a serious objection. Free
access of air causes the decomposition of vegetable
matter. It is obvious that if 'ruits and vegetables
can be kept from contact witt air, this e-feet will
not take place. To ffiret this, the attention has
heretofore beei directed to some method of sealing
the can,while heat alone has-betn relied upon for
driving out ita air. This method ha been attend
ed with many and serious objections, among which
are, the destruction of the fresh flavor of the fruit,
caused by so much heating, and the difficulty of
ascertaining whether the cans are perfectly air
tight, after they are sealed. These difficulties are
completely obviated, and a safe, reliable and cheap.
method of preserving Fruits and Vegetables is dis
covered in the EXHAUSTER. It is so simple in
its construction and operation that any female can
use it; yet so substantial that a Aingle instrument
will last a family for many years, and serve to seal
up thousands of cats of fruit; while cans can be
manufactured by any tinner at a much less expen-e
than must be incurred to procure patent cans,
UPDirections for preparing the Fruit, Vegeta
bles, Butter, Eggs, &e ; and for manaaing the Cans
or Jars will be furnished with the Exhaurter.
gWI have made asrangements with Mr. W. IT.
GOODRICH, of Augusta, owner of the Patent of
Dayton's Exhauster for this District, and ant now
prepared to furnish the EXH A USTER,- together
with the Porcelain .J A RS, manufaetured at Kaolin,
at as low prices as they can be had in Augusra. -
071 respectfully call the attention of the cit'zens
of this District to this important invention.
G. L. PENN, Agt.
June18 - tf 23
Edgefield Female Collegiate
T IE Exercises of this Institute will commence
ot the FIRST DAY of March next under
the managetnent of
MISS A. J. R. MEARS, PRINCIPAL..
The Scholastic vear is divided into two Sessions
of five months eb. 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 RATES OF TUITION are as follows:
In the Primary Department; Including Spel
ling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Eng
lish Gnammar, Gcogjraphy, and Vocal Mui
sic, per Session,....... .........#12,50
Inthe Collegiate.Department,including Reid
ing, Writing, Eng. Grammar, Geography,
Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Geometry,
Algebra-, Logic, Rhetoric, Eg. Composi. -
tion and Vocal Music, per Session,.......20,00
French (Extra) per i'ession .........10,00
In the Ornanmental Departmient,
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 Sos .10,00
Embossed Embroidery, . "a 1,0
Tufting, " 10,00
Hair Work, -. " 10,0
Grecian PaInting, " 1000
Oriental Painting, "a 10,0
Pastel PaInting, '4 6005
.Students of Music on the Piano wi be charged
63 per Session for u-e of Piano, to pay expenaef'
keeping instsauments in- tune...--..
Each pupal will be charged $1.501 per Sessiop to
defray contingent, expenses, for ful, &c.
t7Titiona bills due anad payable at the end of
The Institute will be furnished with three P1
anos in thrce separate roonmt of the Institute build
ing for the use of thae pupils.
Vocal Music is deemed by the Proprietors to be
a necessary part of every young lady's education,
bence singing Is made a part of thte regular exer
cises of thae institute, and the whaole School will be
exercised in Vocal music as often as twice a week.
W. W. ADAMS,
S. W. NICHOLSON.
A t the close of the year a Catalogn~e will be pub
lished embracing the names of all the pupils In at
tendantce duriug the year, witha an engraving of the*
buildings and premise,.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 23, 1858. tf 7
T H E Exercises of this Institution will be con
ducted under .tbe superintendlancc of the
Subscriber, thais year; and hec trusts, by strict
attention to pilsi comamitted to hais care to give
satisfaction to parc:&a, and advance thte pttpils as
rapidly as possible.
Rates or Tuition.
1st Classt-Orthaography, Reading and
2nd Class-Primary Geography and the
3rd Class-The above studies with English
4th Class-The same wIth Algebra and
Gometry, , $20.00
Latin and French, $50
Although it is desirable that pupils shtould begin
with the first of the quarter, still, pupils will be
received at all times, and charged only for thec
proportion of thae time of the session remainisg.
M. B. WARD.
April 14' ____ ly 14
N OTICE TO F'A R1ERS I-I am now
reeiving THREE THIOUSANI) POUNDS
of pure Leaf and Twise Hlavanna TOBACCO, which
will be sold low to Farmers for plantation use. CalL
and exaamie..S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg, April 6 tf 13
E STATE NOTICE.-All persons indebted
to the Estate of A. T. Traylor, dec'd!., are
notifled to settle the samto forthwitha: and those
having demanads against thec said Estate will please
render them in, properly attested, to the Adminis
trator at Calhoun's Mills, A bbeville District, S. C.
M. 0. TAL MAN, Admh'or.
April 28 88m* 16
Sam will have it Pure,
I H AVE this day received two Barrels of pure
RYE WHISKEY, and five Barrels of pure
CORN WHISKEY, very old and pure-'shipped
by Mr. Cenn, direct froma North Carolina. Borne
of the most eminent Physicians of Augusta pur
chase It for their use. For sale by
S. E. 150WERS, Agt.
N. B.-On hand 25 Bbls. Key Stone Mononga
Hamburg, Marl 1tf 8
NOTIgCE 1-All persons lndebte~d to tho Es
tate of George McD. Rearden are requasted
to make immediate settletnent ; and those having
demands against the Estate will please- present
them forthwith, properly attt-sted. --
E. P. H. KIRKSEY, Ad'or.
Bacon and Lard.
J UST received a liarge supply of BACON SIDES,
c SHOULD)ERS and HAMaS, of superior quali
ty, whtich is offesred for sale at VERY LOW FIG.
URES. Please call and examine this fine Bacon
before purchasing elsewhere.
Also, 1000 Lbs. LEAF LARD, in Jars.
G. L. PENN, Agt..
I1CE ! ICE I--Always on band a supply of
ICE, which will be sold at 6 Cents perpon
Cas. . T. DAVIS, Ag.
May 19 , tf 19
MUST Rieeeived another losadef thatgoodFAMl- -
ePLY FLOUR, at three Dollars.
J. B. SULLIVAN & CO.
June 9 tf 2
EMONS-Just received five Boxes Choice
LiLEMONS. E.T. DISAgent.