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DRs SAMUEL GILBERT,
A FTER an absence of severalyears,engaged in
the successful prosecution of his profession,
especially in the cities of New York and New Or
leans, has returned to
And is now prepared to treat - -.
Without Surgical Operations. Owing to the fact
of his having procured the assistance of his son,
SILAS T. GILBERT, K. D.,
A graduate of the Jefferson Medical College of
Philadelphia, and who has had ample professional
experience in the cities of New York and Charles
ton, patients will be now treated on more favora
ble terms than heretofore. -
g' SLAVES will be boarded, lodged and
treated for $150 per day.
W Particular attention paid to the treatment
of 'CHRONIC DISEASES peculiar to females,
Cancers, Tumors, Ulcers,
During Dr. Gilbert's absence from this section
of the Union, certain persons have, to the great
detriment of many of those who have employed
them, attempted to imitate him, professing to have
a thorough knowledge of his remedies and mode
of treatment. The public is hereby notified that
Dr. Gilbert has no specific remedy for any disease,
that his success has been almost wholly owing to
his personal skill and experience. The judicious
use of caustic applications requires fully as much
professional sagacity and experience as does the
successful use of surgical instruments.
$' Pamphlets of Testimonials, etc., for gratui
tous distribution, may be had on personal applica
tion, or by addressing
DRS. S. & S. T. GILBERT,
380 Maid Street, Greenlaw's Building,
Memphis, Tenn., July 13th, 1t58 im 27
Caaoass Sen Free.
.G. G. EVANS,
PUBLISHER AND ORIGINATOR
GIFT B00K ENTERPRISE!
489 CHESTNUT ST , PHILADELPHIA.
THE unparalleled success which has attended
the subscriber in his distribution of Gifts to
the Million, has induced him to make large and
valuable additions to his former extensive stock
of new and popular books. His new, comple'e and
classified Catalogue of Books, embracing all the
Departments of Literature, Is mailed Fas to any
part of the country.
All Books sold at Publishers' lowest prices, and
all the new publications of the day added soon
as issued. $500 worth of Gifts with each $1,000
worth of Books sold ; among which are daily dis
tributed the following:
Gold Hunting Lever Watches - - $50.00 to 100.00
Gold Anchor Lever Watches - - 35.00 to 50.00
Silver Lever and Lepine Watches - - 12.00 to 25.00
Parlor Time Pieces. - - -- - 5.00 to 15.00
Vest and Fob Chains - - - - 10.00 to 25.00
Ladies' Guard and Chattelaine Chains 10.00 to 25.00
Silk Dress Patterns - - - 12.00 to 20.00
" Gold Bracelets - - - - 5.00 to 15.00
" Cameo Sets - - - - - 10.00 to 15.00
Mosaic Sets - - - - - 12.00 to 20.00
" Florentine Sets - -. . - 10.00 to 15.00
" Gold Pencils and Pens . - 1.50 to 10.00
" Gold Miniature Lockets - - 2.50 to 10.00
Goats' Gold Pens, with cases, - - 2.00 to 10.00
" Bosom Studs and SleeveButtons 2.00 to 10.00
Ladies' Breast Pins - - - - - 1.50 to 7.50
" Ear Rings - - - 2.00 to 7.50
" and Gents' Gold Rings - - 1.00 to 5.00
Gents' Bosom Pins - - - - - 1.00 to 3.50
Ladies' Pearl Card Cases - - - 2.50 to 5.00
Portmonnies, Pocket Knives, dc. - 1.00 to 5.00
Articles of Gold Jewelry. and Gift Books,
notenumerated in the above, worth from 25c to $25.
One of the above named Gifts presented tc each
purchaser of a book at the time of sale, although all
books are sold at publishers' lowest prices. The com
plete and classified Catalogues may be had without
charge, by calling or sending your address,
pa-r Liberal inducements to country Agents. Or.
ders from the country promptly Ailled, and the Goods
forwarded by express or mail same dlay. Addrers,
(G. G. EVANS,
439 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
,3 TO TH E PUBLIC.-As there are many
Gift Book Stores advertised throughout the conn
.try, Mr. EVANS deems It just to himself and his
duty to the public--inasmuch as he originated the
Gift-Book business-to state, as evidence of the
instability of nlany such concrns. that they con
ceal their reaj names frpom the public, and are ad
wertising their busiuess:under assumed. ones. Mr-.
3. is aware that'these varioius concerns published
as Gift Book Stores, are calculated to bring the
business established by himself into di~repute.
He akes of the public a correct judgement in re
gard to his Gift Book Enterprise, for the honor
Integrity, and success of which he refers to all the
prominent publishers in the United States. Read
July 14, 4t 27
* Executive Department.
CH ARLESTON, S. C., 7th July, 1858.
By His ExcellmeyROB E RTF. W. ALLSTON,
Gorernor and Commander-in-Chief in and orer
the Slate of Souih Cat olina.
W HERRAS INFORMATION HAS BEEN
RECEIV ED at this Department that on or
about the 29th tilt., a Homicide was committed
in the District of Kershaw, by R ANSOM BL ACK
WELL upon the body of one J. J. HUGHES, of
Alabama. Now theretore L. ROBERT F. WV.
ALEtSTON, Governor and Commander-in-Chief
in and over the State aforesaid, do hereby offer
and proclaim a reward of THREE HUNUR ED
DOLL ARS for his apprehension and delivery in
the Jail of Kershaw District. The said Ransom
Blacktwell is between twenty-five and thirty years of
age, about six feet two inches high, rather light
brown hair, has a scar on the right side of his
neck and also on his chin, has very hittle beard
on the side that ~has the scar, wears his beard
long, his right eye he keeps more closed than his
left, his upper teeth projiect over his underteeth,
his middle finger is oir his right hand, rather
stooped-shouldered, and when he walks he moves
awkwardly, and is rather so in all lis manners,
*with a down-cast look, and whenever he steps up
to a person he does not stand up erect, &c.
Given under my Hand and Se-l of the State at
Charleston, this seventh day of July, in the
year of our L~ord one thousand eight hundred
and fifty-eight, and in the eighty-third year of
- R. F. W. ALLSTON.
By the Governor:
JAxEs A. DUvFcs, Deputy Secretary of State.
July 13 1it 27
FOR $1, AND AS HIGH AS $O0!
rHE Subscriber will take great pleasure in
1.waiting on the Ladles and Gentlemen of Edge
field and vicinity who may desire to procure
Of themselves by the wonderful operation of the
DAGUERREOTTPES, OIL P.\INTINGS, EN
(R AVINGS, &c., accurately copied.
AMBROTYPES inserted in Meilallior~s, Rings,
B. eastpins, Seals, &e.
Particular attenti~n will be given to Family
Groups and Children.
The Subscriber attends personally to his. custo
mers and guaranties satisfaction.
Il7Those wishing good Pictures will do well to
c .ll soon, at his ROOMS in the CAROLINA 110
TEL, as he will remain in this place but a few
days. T. HI. JONES.
July 0 tf . 26
*Bacon. and Lard.
UIST received a large supply of BACON SIDES,
SH1OUL~DERS and hA MS, of superior qual.
ywhich is offered for sale at VERY LOW IlG
URES. Please call and examine this flne Bacon
before purchasing elsewhere.
Also, lO00 Lbs. LEAF LARD, in Jars.
G. L. PENN, Agt.
-June 9 tf 22
jOTICE I-All persons indebted to the Es
jitate of George MeD. Rear-den are requested
to make immediate settlement ; and those having
demands against the Estate will please present
them forthwith, properly attested.
E. P. H. KIRKSEY, Ad'or.
-r-m. 6- 52.
20,000 Lbs. BACON
JUST RECEIVED FRO N EAST TENNESSEE.
THIS LARGE LOT IS PRONOUNCED
BY ALL GOOD JUDGES OF GOOD BACON.
A CHOICE LOT OF
EXTRA RIBBED SIDES,
FOR FAMILY USE.
SUPERFINE TENNESSEE HAMS,
Which in point of quality, size and price, cannot
be surpassed by any one.
The public are earnestly invited to examine this
lot of Bacon, which challenges comparison with
any Bacon every offered in this or any other
market. Call and look at it whether you wish to
buy or not. W. B. & T. S. HUDSON.
July 7 tf 20
E. PENN, Agent,
AS just received a supply of the PRINCESS
EIROYAL 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
ment. 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 incumbrant
The Ladies are invited to call and examine this
new and most desirable article which is meeting
with rapid sale.
June23 tf 24
NEW GOODS FOR 1858!
SPRING AND SUMMER SUPPLIES.
I AM 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 seasonable Goods for
Gentlemen and Youth'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, WIN E S, BRANDIES, P UR E
IZCome and look at my Stock.
J. L. MARMON.
Winter Seat, Mar 22 tf 11
T HE Subscriber being desirous to move his
hands to the West. of-rs for sale the follow
iug propeaty. viz: 1050 ACRES OF FINE PINE
LAND in Edgefield District. On it is a splendid
Steam Saw Mill and Grist Mill,
rlshi are doing a profitable business.
One Tract contains 360 ACRES l)ing on the
oad leading trom Cambridge to Hamburg, on the
aters of llorse Pen Creek,adjoining lands of John
)urst and others.
One Tract contains 1000 ACRES fine e..t
on land we-ll impruved, lying in A bbeville District,
n the road leading from Piokens and Anderson to
llmburg, one mile above the Ed3gefield line.
One Tract eon sins 360 ACRES in Pickena
istrit, imme.hiately.on the Rail Road, 10) miles
bove Old Pendleton.
On amy Hlomest -ad Tract is a splendid STEAM1
lLL running 3 setts of rocks, SA W hMILL &c
offer for sale this Mill with 50 Aeres of Land.
The Hlomestea~l is on the road leading frm1
~ambri.lge to Abbeville C. HI, four .miles below
Amy'person wishing t,, purchase is requested to
xamine. Bargains can be had, and the terms will
se mde yJ. Y. L. PARTLOW.
July 7 18 8 3' m 26
OTICE...\lI persons are hereby warned
. againsat trading for a Note given by me to
ohn L. Nickolsonf or bea'cr, for 8500, dated on
r about, the 10th of Marcih 1858, and made pay
able on or before the 1st day of January 1859. 1
o no.t intend to pay said Note as the consideration
or which it was given has failed.
T. J. LIPSCOMB.
July 6th, 1858. 8t 20
1XECUTOR'S NOTICE.-Those persons
.iindebted to the Estate of Abraham Kiherease,
ee'., are hereby notified that they must pay the
ame by or before the 15th September next, othaer
wise they will have to settle with miy Attorney.
hose having demands against said Estate will
ender themt ina, properly attested, without delay. a
J. A. T ALBERtT, Ex'or.
July 7 5m '20
Sam will have it Pure.
IHAVE this day received two Barrels of pure
IRYE WHISKEY, and five Barrels of pure
ORN WHISKEY, very old and pure-shipped
y Mr. Cenn, direct from North Carolina.. Soein
f the most eminent Physicians of Augusta pur
hase it for their use. For sale by
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
N. B.-On hand 25 Bbls. Key Stone Mononga
Hamburg, Marl t f 8
'TRAYED from the Subscriber on thec 25th
June, a brown Canad-aia HORSE, a natural
pacer. Also, a mouse colored MARE MULE,
some tharce or four years old, shoulders a little
hurt by the collar. A liberal reward will be
given to any one taking them up, and addressing
nac at Richardsonville P. 0 , Edgefield District.
E. P. COLEMAN.
July? 7 f 26
gThae Abbeville Banner- will copy thiee times
and forward account to this office.
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
B Y W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Johnt Lake, M.D. hath appliedl to me
for Letters of Atdministration, on all sand singular the
gwds and chaattes, rights and credits of Jane Berry,
of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, alherefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, thes kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ed, toa be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said Distract, to be holden at Edgefield
. H., on the 19th day of July, inst., to shaow
cause, if. any,* why the said administration should notl
Given under my haand and seal, this 5th day of
May in the fear of our Lord one thousand eight.
aundred and lfty-eight, and in the 83d year of Amneri
can independence. 1. .DURISOE, O. E. D.
July,7 2t 26
ALL persons indebted' to the estate of Daniel
ABoone, dee'd., are requested to make immedi
ate payment, and all persona having demands
against the same are hereby notified to present
them properly attested.
L. P. BOONE, Adm'r
PETER OUZT. ~ 's
Dec. 23, 1857. tf -0
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.---AlI persons
1having dembnda against the Estate of D. F.
Hollingsworth, dec'd., are notified to render in
their accounts, properly attested, by Thursday the
th day of August next, as thae Executors intend
to settle up the Estate in the Ordinary's office, at
Edgefeld C. H., on that day. Look out that your
accounts are not debarred. Those indebted to
said Estate maust make arrangements to settle up
~t an early date.
J. HI. HOLLINGSWORTH, J x'r
J. HI. WALKER. ) 's
F LOUR AND CORN MEAL--Can be
had at my huuse for Caulh. .
Leather-Harness, Sole, Upper, Kips, &rc.
R. T. MIMS.
. H. STEARNS k CU,
Commission Dealers in Everything
Special attention given to BUYING, SELLING
and REPAIRING MACHINERY.
Broad Street, near Mechanic's Bank, Augusta,
June 15 ly 23
WILLIAMSTON, S. C.
W. R. HUDGINS, Proprietor.
T HIS House is now open for the reception of
visitors to the Springs. The building ilen
tirely new and finished and furnished in excellennt
style and located at a convenient distance from the
Springs. 'Visitors will find ample and superior
accommodation, with good order, and be supplied
with the best the market affords with moderate
June 16 6t 23
THE undersigned respectfully in
e 3 forms those who may be in qutt of
"s health or pleasure, that he has again
taken this well-known WATERING
PLACE, and is now ready to accommodato 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-horse 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
It Clinton, Laurens or Greenville.
June 16. 3meow 23.
DICKEY & PHIBBS, Augusta, Ga.,
have just opened ONE CASE
Which they are closing out at
Six and a Quarter Cents per Yard.
FINE FRENCH MYIUSLINS,
At Twelve and a Half Cents per Yard.
Augusta, June 14 tf 23
Swan k Co.'s Lotteries Triumphant.
SWAN & CO.
Continue to Draw as usual without
SWANr c CO/OJi
LOTTERIES ARE LEG.1L, AND AUTHORIZED
BY THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
The late attempt to injure
Our firm has shown
That our Lotteries are drawn fairly ;
That our Prizes are paid punctually ;
And that our Schemes
Are more liberal than any other Lottery
In the world.
T HE following Scheme will be drawn by S.
SWAN & CO., Managers of the SPARTA
KCADEMY LOTTERY, in each of their Single
number Lotteries for July, 1858, at AUGUSTA,
leorgia, in public, under the superintendence of
lass 22 Draws Saturday, July 3, 1858.
liass 23 Draws Saturday, July 10, 1858.
lass 24 Draws Saturday, July 17, 1858.
lass 25 Draws Saturday, July 24, 1858.
lass 26 Draws Saturday, July 31, 1858.
ON THE PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
[ARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS.
TO nE DRAwN
EACH SATURDAY IN JULY!
Prize of.......70,000 4Przsr. .. #0
Pr7ze or.8,UA 4Przso......... 8000
Prize of.1001 rzso......... 10u10
Prize of........ 5,000 4Przso..... 10
Prize of........ 4,000 8 rzsci..... 0
P'rize of....... . 8 000 4rrzsl..... Sl
Prize" of......... 8.5 10 pie r....
Priesof1,00V4 Prizes cf.......$900
A.P4MTO Przs of......80
~~~~~~4 Prizes of..........lg107000 rie r . .1760
4 Pize of50 " 8004 Pr izesof........ I uo.
4 ~ ~ ~ ~ 5 Prizes of..........Pr~esar.. $00
4 ~ ~ ~ ~ 5 Prizes o12' ,0............. 800
P1rize of....... 1,0 ,0 0 PrIzes f.........0
4 Prizes of $70 Ap - "'tn 8.70000 P'rze are..$.,600
4 Prizes of 800 " " 800 Prjiz are... 2,0
,00 Prizes of 230 "a"c1.. 0.. Prize.. ar... 1000
1,485 Prizes amounting to.............. $30,000
Whole Tiekets 610; lalveg 65; Quarters 62,50.
Itt A Circular showing the plan of the Lotteries will be
ant to any one desirous of receIving it.
Certifcales of Packages will be told at the following rates.
hiich is the r,-k :
ertifiate of P,.ekage of ten Whole Tickets.......$0
ertiicate of Pr ckage of ten lialt Tickets...........4*
tertiflate f Package of ten Quarter Tickets..........:10
ertificate of P',.ckage or ten Eighth Tickets..........10
la ordering Tickets or Certilacates,
Enlose the money to our address for the Tickets ordered
n receipt ofr which the~y will b~e rorwarded by llryt nialL.
'urchaers eean have 'Tickets enadisg in any figure they may
gr he Lt of Drawn Numbers and Prizes wHi be
nt o purchassers imarnediately anler thte drawing.
gg" rurchsasers will please write their signatures plain
ud give their P'ost 081ce, County anid State.
lt-emnember' that every Prize is drawn, and payable Ia
gg-Alil prize, of 1,1000 and under.paid immediateiy after
he drawing-other psrizes att the usual timne oif thirty days.
~Ail comm'unientions strictly conlddential.
gOrders for Tickets or Certificates can he addressed
4th~er to S. SW AN & CO., Augusta. Ga., or
J. W. GAiI~IElt, Agent, Culumblia.
SA list of the numbers that are drawn from the wheel,
ith the amnount of the prize that each one la entitled to,
nil be published after every drawing, In the following pa
,ers:-New Orleans Della. Mobile Register, Charleston
dandard, Nashvllie Gazette, Atlanta Intelligeneer. New
rork Weekly- Dar Bunk, Augusta (Ga.) Cosnstltutionalist,
tthmond a pac, New York D~ispatch, Paeulding (MIss.)
~laron, Savannah MornIng News, and Little IRock (Ark.)
,JunelilS 158If 25
20TICE TO THE AFFLICTED.
N Justice to the suffering humanity through
Diseases arising from- disorders of the Organs
)f Generation, I deem it necessary to relieve and
ure such sufferers.
PROF. F. DEVOUT'S
Bsteeed French specise Cordial,
s the mo-t reliable and eff'ectual remedy for ob
aining a perfect eure in the shosrtest time that has
)ver been known. no matter whether the Case is of
0 years, or only 8 days standing.
The CORDIA L is agreeable to the stomach and
will, if followed according to directions, and the
instruments properly used, never fail to eff'ect a
:rre permanent. As it is rather a delicate sulbject
o bring thus before the public, I deem it, inexpe
fient to insert any of the many References. A
trial of the Medicine will speak for itself.
All private communications will be promptly at
tended to, free gratis.
Price $3 for all necessaries, forwarded free of
charge to any part of Georgia, South Carolina or
SAll orders must be addressed to F. J.
Delker, at V. La Tasse's New Wholesale and Re
tail Drug or Seed Store, Augusta, Ga., Wholesale
Depot, for F. J. Delker's Celebrated Bed Bug De
stroyer and Philadelphia Balm.
A ugusta, June 30.1858 3m 25
Choice Land for Sale!I
T HE Subscriber offers for sale his VA LUA BLE
T RACT OFLAND,:,ituate on the Chappell's
Ferry Road, four miles S. East of Edgefield C. H.
Six of which have been recently cleared, wvhilst
the rest is mostly woodland, and all susceptible of
the highest improvement..
One the premises are a good NEW DWELLING
HOUSE, with four comfortable Rooms. Also, a
good Kitchen, a Well of the best Water, &rc.
I[ For terms, &c., apply to me at the Saluda
H ~ouse-. ~C- L. C0VAR.
June 23 tf 24
N OTICE is hereby given that application will
be made at the next Session of* the Legisla
ture, for a Charter for a Road to run from the
Lutheran Church, on Edisto, to Intersect the Co
lumbia Road at or near Col. John Huiet's, two and
a half miles from Edgefield Village.
My 6 3 m m 10
Positively the Last Notice !
LL Persons indebted to me either by Note or
A ceuant, are informed that they must either
come forward and renew their Notes or pay the
money on or before the 22d July next, or they will
find their Notes and Accounts in the bands of W.
C~ Moragne for collection after that date.
A. B. A DDISON.
June. 30 tf 25
-TE HAVE .JUST RECEIVED i
very large assortment of
]FRENCH WORKED COLLARS, -
SWISS AND .1ACONET 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 I@.sLINS;
Low-priced LAWNS ;
Plain and Check-NAINSOOKS;
These GOODS having beenecently bought at a
great reduction on the market prige, will be sold
correspondingly low, and a portion of them hav
ing been bought of the manufacturer about 60 per
cent less than they 'ould have been bought at any
auction sale, they will be sold lower than the same
quality of GOODS leve ever been offered at. in this
city. Our stock is tiherwise well assorted, and
offers rare attractions in the- way of LOW PRI
CES. All of which -e will be pleased to exhibit
at our ONE PRICE STORE.
3300. & NORRELL.
Augusta, Ga , Jine 80 1858 tf 25
J. M. NEBY & C0.,
ARE astonishing their friends and patrons
throughout thetItwo States, at their WON
DERFULLY CHEAP and LARGE and AD
MIRABLE Stock of
Summer ReadyMade Clothing
At their house may;lways be found the BEST
Goods in the- City-and none but the most fashion
NEW GOODS-LATEST STYLES.
They are weekly receiving additional supplies
from New York, inf order to meet the wants of
their numerous cuseomers.. And since the let
June, they have received and opened
A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT
Superior Flannel Cassimere RAGLANS, SACKS
and FROCKS, made without Lining, suitable
for Summer wear-cooler than Linen.
200 Pair Plain, Fancy and Figured Summer Cas
Black and Fancy Summer PANTS.
Fine Casaimere and Black Alpaca COATS;
6 u" SACKS;
LINEN GOODS-an extensive variety and very
Fine Faney and White Marseilles VESTS.
A large variety of Plain.VLqTS at low figures.
Fine Linen and Marseilles SH [RTS & COLLARS.
A large stock of HOK FS.TIE, GLOVES, SUS
PEN DElRS and SOCKS.
W'A 1 of which we offer to the publl at ' ex
ceedingly low prices..
And examine our -gOTHING and PRICES.
We take pleasure in showing our Goods to all who
may favor us with a cull.
- gg"To our Edgfidtd patrons--and their name
is legion-we extend. many. thanks for past and
present patronage, and hope to long merit a con
tinuance of the a4me.
Tailring-4lothiag made to Order.
Our stock of fashionable CLOTHS, Black, Rius',
Brown and Claret, have arrived, together .with a
batiful assortment of aile-stripe CA88SI1ERE
for pants; aide-str pe LINENs. and Miarseilles for
pants; Rich Silk and Marseiles Patterns for Vests.
All of which Mrt..JO[INKENNY will he p!eaised
to show anti make up to order, warranted to fit naid
lease or no sale.
.1. 1tLNEWBY & CO.,
Under U. S. Hotel, A ugusta, Ga.
Augus-ti,June 14 ..* tf 23
New Goods---Late Arrivals!
I, PENN, Agent, is constantly replenish
a hn hs~tocicerery week with FR EAHl and
Most Desirable Dress Goods,
well suited to the season. The Ladies will find
among his latest arrivals, sonme very beautiful and
ashionable Goods, such as
Rich Side Stripe ORG.ANDIES and JACKONETS,
Skeleton SKlRT.", laItst styles ;
Black $ilk and Laice MANT1IbLAC, bcautiful;
BONNETS of latest and most handsome styles ;
Iandsonme Bonnet Ribbons, Flovers, Ruches, &c.
Call in ladies, and see my goods. 2
May 20 tf 2
Mount Enon Work Shop,
TIUE universal satisfasction that the wor k done
Uby the subscriber has here~tofo-e. give n, en
:ourage. himt to h.-pe that for the fu:ure he will i.e
t-ualy sneersaful. lie is better prepared cevery
ear to doi bietter work, and he does not h-sitate to
.-y that the.
OTTON G11NS.AND TH RASHlERS
ade by him are equal to any now of'ered foir sale.
lany t.-stimn ials or this fact nighat be given.
Werk kept, constantly on hand, and orders exe
cted at the aburtest unotico. -Address.
THOMAS it. CIIAPMAM,
Coleman's X Roads. lEgefield Dist. S. C.
WOr Mr. D. R. DURISOE, at the " Adviriser
3lice, who is my authorized Agent.
New Cheap Goods.
T HIE Subscriber is now receiving at his Storesa
FULL ASSORTMENT Olf GOODS, to
which he respectfully invites .he attention or his
friends and customers.
33 Thankful for past favors, he solicits a con
tiuance or the same.
.lOIII M. CLA RK.
Cold Spring, S. C., A pril 21 1858 tf 15
R ANAWAY from the Subscriber's mother,
about the 1st April last, his likely Mulatto
boy RICH MOND, about 21 years old, and about
5 feet '7 or 8 inchtes high. His color Is tolerable
bright and Isis hair, pretty straight, and wore
when ho left n moustache. R'e Is Intelligent and
tolerably quick spoken. He has been raised in
the house, and is a valuable dining-room servant
and stood ostler.
It is supposed he 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-hlm. - And any information
concerning him will be thankfully received.
T. N. LUNDY.
June 28 tf ,* 24
ITge Augusta Constitutior~alist and Charles
ton Mercury will please copy weekly for one
month and forward bills to T. N. L., Edgefield C.
A BAK(ER COUNTY
Plantation for Sale.
O NE of the BEaT,the PRETTIEST and HE AL
TBHIE-T PLANTATIONS in South Western
Georgia, containing T30 Acres, of which 625
are in cultivatIon, and cleared in the last three
years. All the houses, necessary to a Plantation,
with the fences, are new, having been erected in
the above time.
If needed, provisions and stock can be pur
chased with the place. Further inforubation can
be procured of CH ARLES WITEiIEAD.
Newton, Baker Co., Ga., June 1 8m* 21
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
A LW AYS on hand a good assortment of Choice
GROCERIES, which we invariably sell at
from FIVE to TlEN -PER CENT CHEAPER
than any other House in Town. An examination
of our Stock and Prices will sustain us in the above
assertion. Call and sue for- yourselves.
W. R. & T. S. UUDSON.
June 9 t f ' 22
TR AY ED from my place qp Big Creek, about
bthe 22nd Inst., a Mouse Coloured 'MA RE
MULE, branded on the shoulder with the lettet
V.-Also strayed at the same time a small BAY
Any information of them will be thankfully re
eved, aid the informer compensated.
W. P. BUTLER.
Eda.feta C. H..8S. C., June 30 If 25
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
C L0 LBAW
RAMSEY & LABAW
(Opposite the Union fBank,)
A RE receiving daily, and are offering to their
friends and customers the largest and kest
Stock this reason they have ever offered. Having
purchased the entire Stock almost exclusively for
CASH, and paid unusual attention to the manu
facture of the Clothing, we are prepared to offer
them at prices to defy competition. We have an
elegant line of
SCARFS, CRAVATS, STOCKS,
UNDERSHIRTS and DRA WER-4,very grade ;
Linen Bosom 811R'S, from the well known
manufactories of Morrison & Co., Golden Hill,
John M Davis & Co, and Fowler & Co.
A complete line of GLOVES, of every kind ;
HANDKERCHIEFS, SOCKS, &c.
We have also a very large stock of SERVANTS
CLOTHING, of every kind, which we would' call
especial attenion to.
Merchants and others would do well to call be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta, April 21, 1y_ ' 15
A GREAT desideratum in the way of LIGHT
is accomplished. An illuminating Oil is
prepared from Coal, called KEROSENE OIL,
Brilliancy and Intensity of Light
Is unsurpassed by all other artificial lights. It is
not explosive-will extinguish fire if poured on it
-and last, though not least, it is very little more
expensive than sunshine. A small Lamp, giving
the Light of six Candles, will not cost exceedling
half a cent an hour, which can be graduated so as
to give less light at a much less expense.
We have the exclusive 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. G. & T. J. TEAGUE.
April 28 tf 16
FRESH DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C.
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 FRESL
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
We are prepared and will take pleasure in fur
nishing Physicians with a COMPLETE OUTFIT
of Medicires, Instruments, Shop Furniture, Medi
cal 'saddle Bags, &c., &c., &c.
T O T H E LAD I ES.
We will also say to the Ladies that our Stock
comprises ALL articles for the TOILET, from the
Dressing Comb and Brush to the richest Perfume
ry. Fine Soaps, Pomades, (lair Restoratives, De
pilatory, Cosmetics, Lubin's Genuine Extracts, &c.
Also, FLAVORING EXTRACTS for Culinary pur
TO THE PLANTER
We say, your wants have been attended to in our
preent 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 and health. A simple cathartic
or the timely administration of an emetic, or an
anodyne, doce and will often break the chain of
morbid action, thereby preventing serious and pro
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY
We extend the invitation to call on us. We have
,all of the most re.putable nostrums recommended
to cure almost all of the ills and aches to which
flesh is heir to. If you cannot find anything
adapted to your case, we will exert our skill in
preparing soinething for your relief.
LgPrescriptions filled with accuracy and dis
patch at all hours, day or night.
ggCall and examine our Stock at the Drug
Store under the Odd Fellows' & Masonic Hall.
A. G. & T. J. TEAGIUE.
Edgefield, April 22 tf 1
T HIE Pioprietor of this well known and popu
lar HOTifL takes peculiar p!casurc in an
nouncing to his friends and the travelling public
-eeall--, that this House is open for the reception
.f company, and that his whole e.acrgies will be
put into regnuisition to gratify the wants of each
and all who may favor him with their patronage.
The House has just been thoroughly repaired,
andl the Rooms and Furniture putt in excellent con
dition for the Sp.ring and summer season.
My Table will be furnished with the best that
can lhe had, and presided over by one skilled in
tme culinary department-and in short, everything
requisite to gratify the taste of the epicturean will
be supplied in abundance. The servants of the
C AROLINA H OTE L are noted for their polite and
attentive character, and are ever in attendance to
obey the wishes of niy Guests.
New STABLES have recently been built, wvhich
are commnodious and complete, and Horses left in
my care will receive kind and careful treatment.
'I hankfutl for past encotnrage-ment atd p~atron
age, I respectfully sulicit a continuatnce of thes same.
JOHN A. MAYS.
gr The travelling community are notified that
they and their battange will lhe conveycd, at a mo
ment's warning, wiithout charge, to' the Carolina or
Georgia Depots... A. M.
Hamburg, May 3 1858 tf 10
FRESH GROCERIES, &c,
W M. LE. LEGO has just received another
l Iarge and varied assortment of
Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Segars,
Which hte is selling rapidly at prices considerably
reduced. Ilis.presenut Stock consists in paft of
Two Thousand Lbs. E ACON, a choice article ;
SUG ARS of different kinds and cheap;
Fine assortment of COFFEE ;
Choice SYR UPS and MOL ASSES;
Pine A pple andl English Dairy CH ElSE ;
No 1 M ACKERE L in Bbls., excellent ;
No l aud 2 do in Kits;
Fresh Salmon. Lobsters, &e., in eans;
Tmatto and Walnut KETCHUP;
Worcestershire and Pepper SAUCE ;
PICKLES of all kinds;
A fine assortment of Fresh CANDIES;
ORANGES, LEMONS, APPLES, &c.;
Brandied FRUITS in variety ;
CUR RANTS, CITRON, R AISINS. FIGS, &e.;
Almonds, Piea and English Walnuts;
PORTER and A LE, a splendid article ;
Champagne WINE and CiDER ;j
Sherry and Madeira W INES ;
Fine WINES and IBRANDlES;I
WHIISKIEY and othier Liquors in abundance ;I
LEMON SYRUP, an extra article, &c., &e.
May 25 tf 20
THE Subscriber having purchased the premises
Iformerly occupied by Mr. H. A. GR AY, as a
Watch repairing shop, is now prepared to do all
kinds of work In connectien with
'Watches, Clocks, .lewelry and
Having secured the services of a FIRST CLASS
WATCH MAKER, and being a practical Clock
Maker himself, lie hopes to give entire satisfaction.
All work done at his shop is warranted, and if
it fails to give satisfaction, the money will he re
All persons leaving work with him may depend
upon getting it at the time promised.
P. 5.-A Regulator, that will keep exact time,
will be kept running in the shop. Persons desi
rious of obtaining the true time can be accomoda
ted at any hour in the day.
F. H. CANDEE.
April 6 1858 tt 13
IRST AND LAST NVOTICE.-All
Ipersons inde.bted to the Estate of Burdet Eth
eredge, deceased, by Note or A ccount, are respect
fully informed that they must either come forward
and renew their Notes or pay up on or before the
22d July next, or they will find their Notes and
A ccounts in the hands of L. J. -Jones, Esq., for
collection. W. P. T ROTTEH,
Guardian of the Children.
June 23 4t* 24_
J UST received a few dozen Bottles of A No. 1
UCATSUP, which was put up last year by a
eteman of this Town. Try it-it speaks for
telf. E. T. DAVIS, Agt.
A..ul 185 inst 18
W The Friends of Col. JAMES P. CARROLL
respectfully present him as a Candidato for the
State Senate at the ensuing election.
'.Tae Friends of WILLIAM GRE6G, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sen
ator at the next election.
Feb 1 *4
j7TE Friends of Maj. ABRAM JONES re
spectfully present him as a Candidate for re-elec
tion to the State Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
j The Friends of Col. JOHN IHUIET re
spectfully nominate him as a Candidate for a Peat
in the House of Representatives at the next elec
j THE friends of Dr. H. R. COOK, respect
fully cannounco him as a Candidate for a seat ifi
the House of Repesentatives at the next election.
WTaE Friends of Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN,
respectfully nominate him as a Candidate for elee
tion to a Scat in the next Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
7 Wz 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
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
I We are authorized by the friends of Maj.
A. L. DEARING, to nominate him as a Candidate
for a seat in the House of Representatives at the
April7 to 13
I0T The friends of M. W. GARY, Esq., present
him as a Canilidate for the State Legislature at the
Mar. 31. . to* 12
" Tun 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
I The Friends of J. HAMPDEN BROOKS,
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. BRYAN,
Por Tax CollootOr.
CHAS. M. MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
E. W. HORN,
Por Qrcein ry.
W[. F. DURISOE,
E. B. FOREST,
THE LAW firm of TOMPKINS & BUTLER
is this day- dissolved by mutual consent.
The unfinished business will be carried, on in the
ame of the Firm. B. W. TOMPKINS,
M. C. BUTLER.
May 15, 185 .3t 25
lM. C.BU T LE R,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, .
Office In Law.Range,
EDoEPTI.D C. U., S. C.
May 15 tr 26
CARROLL & TOMIPINS,
H AVIE this day formed a Partnership for the
PRACTICE of LA W and EQUITY.
J. P. CA RhOLL,
Edgefleld, A'ay 15, tf ' 25
P ar t ner sh ip.
1ESSRS. GARY & DOZIER have
Lthis day formed a Partnership for the Prac
ice of LAW and EQUITY.
One or the other at all times in their Officee, near
the Court Hlouse.
. W. Gaar. JASIEs A. Do2irEa.
Edgefld, June 9 if 22
T IlE Undersigned h~avintr formed a partnership
.in the PRACTICE of LAW and EQUITY
for Edgefield District, will give prompt and dilh-r
gent attention to all busqiness entrusted to their
Te residence of Mr. OwExs is at Barnwell C.
i-that of Mr. SEIBEL~s at Edgefield, s. C.
W. A. OWENS.
May 26 tf 20
S B. GRIFFIN, Attorney at LAW and1
ldJ Solicitor in EQUITY, will attenI punctually
to all business entrusted to his care.1
He may be found at all times gther in the Office1
of the Commissioner in Equity, or in his own I
Ofiice immediately In rear of the Court House.
EDEFIELD C. H., May 19, 1858. tf 47
E. ii. YOUJNGBLOOD,
.A.ttor~a~.Oy at Ia
WiLL attend promptly to all business placed
Win his hands.
Ig'Oflce at Edgefild C. H., S. C.
May 19 tf 191
WILL attend promptly to all business of the
Vprfesion entrusted to his care.
OFFIcE, Edgefield'C. H., S. C.
April 0 1858 tf 13
EpU Subscriber having furnished himself with
a license to use this N EW PROCESS of
INSERTIG AIIICIA TETH,
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, with
an assurance of a mere perfect adaptation, and a
closer regemblanee to the natural organs, than can
be realized by any ether method. Its perfect pu
rity, cleauliness, freedom from all taste, or galvanie
sensation, durability, comfort and security, are
among th'e advantages claimed for this SUPE~RIOR
mode of setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, tf 24
T HOS. .T. &r C. H. M OI SE,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE A MOISE,
No. T, Hayne Street,
CHARLESTON, S, C,
Jan 27 ly 3
SHINGLES, BOARDS, LATHS, kO.
rj'E Subseriber, living four miles East of Edge
feld C. H., and one mile from Mr. Samuel
Marsh, respectfully informs the pub~lic that he keeps
constantly on hand, and gets, to order,
Suagle', Boards, Laths, Hewed
Tinaber, Posts, &c.
Which he sells on reasonable terms. H~e warrants
satisfaction to a1l. To every 6Mer he will give
prompt attention. Use solicits a shisre of patronage.
May 26 2m* 20
EON.Just rece~ived five Boxes Choice
4LEMONS. E. T. DAVIS, Agent.
May19 t f 19
IMPORTANT TO HOUSE-KEEPER8;$
DAYTON'S I M PRO V E D METHOD OF
F RESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES are not
merely the greatest luxuries enjoyed by man
kind: they are absolutely essential to the perfection
of health, and may be regarded as one of God's
best gifts. As, however the season of their pro
duction is brief, it has 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 passed. Various methods have been
devised to effect this end, to each of which some
serious objection has been laid. It isbelieved how
ever, that in the apparatus here presented will be
found at once the cheapest and mst efilective -
method of keeping three and odher art.eles frtsh,
It has long been a desideratum to find some
cheap, simple and effectual method of preserving
Fruits, Vegetables, &c., so as to keep them fit for'
domestic use a number of years. 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 Fruits and vegetables
can be kept from contact with air, this effeet will
not take place. To fect this, the attention has
heretofore been directed to some method of sealing
the canwhile heat alone has been relied upon for
driving out the air. This method has 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
ight, after they are sealed. These difficulties are
completely obviated, and a safe, reliable and cheap -
method of preserving Fruits and Vegetables is dis
overed in the EXHAUSTElSR. It is so simple in
its construction and operation that any female can
use it; yet so substantial that/a single instrument
will last a family for many years, and serve to seal
ip thousands of cans of fruit; while cans can be
manufactured by any tinner at a much less expense
han must be incurred to procure patent cans.
g'Directions for prepa ing the Fruit, Vegeta
>les, Butter, Eggs, &e., and for managing the Cans
>r Jars will be furnished with the Exhauster.
g"I have made arrangements with Mr. W. 11.
300DRICfH, of Augusta, owner of the Patent of
Dayton's Exhauster for this District, and am now
>repared to furnish the EXH AUSTER, together
with the Porcelain JARS, manufactured at Kaolin,
it as low prices as they can be had in Augusta.
0-71 respectfully call the attention of the citizens
af this District to this important invention.
G. L. PENN, Agt.
June 16 tf 23
Edgefield Female Collegiate
THE Exercises of this Institute will commence
I on the FIRST DAY of March next under
be management of
MISS A. J. R. MEARS, PRINCIPAL.
The Scholastic year is divided into two Pessions
>f five months each. The first Session will end
)n the 16th July. The second will commence oh
he 2nd day of August and end.on the 17th day -
The RATES OF TUITION are as follows:
.n the Primary Department, Including Spel
ling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Eng
lish Grammar, Geography, and Vocal Mu-'
sic, per Session,......................$12,50
n the Collegiate Department, including Read
ing, Writing, Eng. Grammar, Geography,
Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Geometry,
Algebra, Logic, Rhetoric, Eng. Composi
tion and Vocal Music, per Session,. 20,00
French (Extra) per hiession.............10,00
:n the Ornamental Department,
For Music on Piano, per Session.......25,00
For Drawing and Painting in Water Col
ors, per Sessioan,.................10,00
Embroidery Chenille upon Satin, per Sea 10,00
Embossed Embroidery, --. ".- 10,00
Tufting, " 10,00
Hair Work, "i- 10,00
Grecian Painting, "-- 10,00
Oriental Painting, 10 ,00
Pastel Painting, '-50
Students.of Music on the Piano wiU be charged.
3 per Session for use of Piano, to pay expense of \
mepng instruments In tune.4
Each pupil will beocharged $1.50 petr Sesaion~to
lfry contingent e pensesefor fuel, &c. .
L3f'Tnition bills duie and payable at thme end of
nos in three separate rooms of the Institute build
g for the use of the pupils.j
Vocal Music is deemed by the Proprietors to be
necessary part of every young lady's education,
ence singing is made a part uf the regular exer
ises of the Institute, and the whole School will be
xrcised In Vocal music as often as twice a week.
W. W. ADAMS,.
8. W. NICHOLSON.
A L the close of the year a Catalogue will be pub
aIed cembr.aeing the names of all the pupils in at
endance during the year, with an engraving of the
uildings and premise'.
Edgefleld, S. C., Feb 23, 1858. tf 7
EHE Exercises of this institution will be con
ducted under thme superinmendance of the
subscriber, this year; and he trusts, by strict
ttention to pupils coammnitted to his care to give
atisfaction to parcnts, and advance the pupils as
apidliy as poissible.
Bates of Tuition,
t Class-Orthography, Beading and.
nd Class-Primary Geography and the
rd Class-The above studies with English
Grammar, ., $18.00.
th Class-The same with Algebra and
atin and French, 826.00
Although it is desirable that pupils should begin
ith the first of tihe quarter, still, pupils will be
eceived at all times, and charged only for the
iroportion of the time of the session remaining.
M. B. WARD.
April 14 ly 14'
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
HUIOMAS D. CHAMBERLIN, who is in the
Z.custody of the Sheriff of Edgefield District,.
ty virtue of a Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendum,
at the suit of JTames M. (J. Freeland, having filed
n my Office, together with a schedule on oath of
tie Estate and effects, his petition to the Court of
Dommon Pleas, praying that he may be admitted to
he benefit of the Acts of the General Assembly,
nade, for the' relief of insolvent debtors. It Is or
lered, that the .said James M. C. Freehand and all.
ther creditors, to whom the said Thomas D. Chain
erin, is in anywise indebted, be, and they are
aereby summoned, and have notice to appear be
ore the said Court at Edgefield Court House, on
Monday the fourth day of October next, to show
~ause, if any they can, why the prayer of the peti
do aforesaid, should not be granted.
THOS. G. BA'CON, c c.
Clerk's Office, June 25, 1858 14t 25 .
'HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
JW. SMiTH, whto is in the custody of the
a Sheriff of Edgefield L istrict, by. virtue of a
Writ of Capuas ad Safiafacienaduii, at the suit of
Abner Bushnell, having tiled in my Offlee, together
with a Schedule on oath of his Estate and effects,
his petition to the Court of Common Pleas, praying
that he may be admitted to the benefit of the Acts
of the General Assembly, made for the relief of in
solvent debtors: It is ordered, that the said Abner
Bushnell and all other creditors to whom the said
J. W. Smith is in any wise indebted, be, and they
are hereby summoned, and have notice to appear
before the said Court at Edgefleld Court House, ou
Monday the fourth day of October next, to show
cause if any they can, why the prayer of the pe
titioner aforesaid, should not be granted.
THOS. G. BACON, c.c.i.
Clerk's Office, June 22, 1858. 14t '25.
NOTICE TO FARIRERSI--I amn now
.reeiving THREE THIOUSAND) POUNDS
of pure Leaf and Twiss HlavanmpTOBACCO, whicht
will be sold low to Farmers for plantation use. Call
sad eaaine. -S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg, April 6 tf 13
E STATE NOTICE.-All persops Indebted
to the Estate of A. T. Traylor, dee'd., are
notified to settle the ;Usame forthwith; and those
having demands against the said Estate will pleuse~
render them In, properly attested, to the Adminis
trator at Calhoun's'Mills, A bbeville District, 5.C.'
April2M. 0O. TALMAN, Adm'or.
Apil8- 3m* 18 .