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WILL BE OFFERED AT
WILLIAM ]I CRANE'S
UNTIL THE FIRST OF AUGUST
E XPCTING to have the contemplated in
provements in his Store comniced on 1h<
first of next month, and being desiroui of disposin.
STOCK OP DRY GOODS
By that time, lie will sell, for the remathder of th4
IUNPRECEDENTLY LOW PRICES.
Now is the time to set GREAT BARGAINS
Call and satisfy yourselves.
Augusta, July 21, 1858 2. 28
T HE Proprietors take pleasure in announcing
to the public, that their House is NOW
OPEN FOR THE SEASON, under the superin
Mr. F. A. IKOKE, as Mnanager,
and are now ready to afford spacious and comfort
able accomodation to ALL, whether in quest of
health or pleasure.
Their rooms are large and airy and are so ar
ranged as to furnish many conveniences especially
to families who do not wish to be separated.
The table will be always furnished with the
BAST the Country and Cities can afrord-and in
the culinary department they would say they have
secured the services of those, who cannot fail to
please even the most fastidious.
Complete facilities are likewise afforded for
amusement of any kind whatever; in a word, the
proprietors flatter themselves, that they haye left
nothing undone that might atford pleasure and
comfort to their guests.
RATES OF BOARD. -
Per Day...................... ,00
" Week ........... .. ....... 12,00
J. G. WILLSON,
E. NELSON, Proprietors.
1H. T. TUSTIN. 2
July 13 1858 3t 27
- LAWTON & lIcNEIL,
Factors & Comunission MllerclIants,
24 VENDUE RANGE, .XD 17 ACCOMMI0
Agents for DeBurg's Phosphate of lime, and
Kimberley's Animal Compost or Cereal Fertilizer.
gr Consignments of Produce solicited.
W. S. LAWTON,
G. S. McNEIL.
July 13 1858 tf 27
JEFFERS & COTHRANS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
LLcotitinuethe Factorage and
Commission Business in this City.
(their Office on Central Wharf) where they will
be pleased to give strict attention to the sale of
COTTON, FLOUR, WHEAT, &C.,
Or to any business entrusted to their care. Will
buy Goods-or family supplies to order.
Commissions for Buying or Selling will be 21
They take this opportuity of returning their
thanks to their friends and patrons for their libe
ral patronage, and respectfully solicit a continu
ance f the same. II . JEFFERS.
W. S. COTHRAN,
Charleston, July 10, 1858. 2mn 27
IN DRY GOODS.
JA LES JMENEY, AUGUSTA, GA., be
ing desirous of making a change in his bu
-siness, oflfers, from this date his entire Stock of
Dry Goods for Cash!
Lower than any ever offered in this or any other
City in the South.
All persons desirous of laying out their money
to the best advantage, will do well to call and see
his stock. They may be sure of saving from 2Z
to 50 per cent , as he is determined on selling oil
the entire stock of his Goods by the first of October
If you want SILK, plain or figured,
Call at H ENEY'S.
If you want BAREGES, solid, col'd or p~rintedl,
Call at HiENEY'S.
If you want MUSLINS, white or colored,
Call at HiE NEY'S.
If you want EMBROIDERIES, for Ladieseor Mis
ses, Call at H RNEY'S.
If you'want HOSIERY, GLOVES, RiBBONS,
a BONNETS, &c. Call at 11EN EY'S.
If you want GINGUlAMS, SlE ETING, SH IRT
-iNGS, &c. Call at IENET~S.
Or if you want any other article usually found
in a Dry Goods or Millinery Store, and want them
at prices for cash, at which you never expected
to see thenm, call at lIENEY'S STORIE, next above
the Georgia R ailroad Bank.
All persons indebted to him are recieested to
come and settle up. ..
Augusta, July 1i
ilsD BRIG ADE. 1i-r Dii. S. C. M. )
EDGzrEi C. II., July 21, 1558.
T iE 10th Reginent of infantry will parade for
SReview and Drill at Richardson's, on Tuesday
17th A ugust.
The 7th Regiment of Infantry will parad1e at the
Old Welli', on Thursday the 19th of August.
The 9tlr Regiment of Infantry will parade at
Springfield, Saturda~y the 21st of August.
The 8th Regiment of Infantry will parade at
Morrow's Old Field, on Tuesday the 24th of August
The 6ith Reginment of Jnfantry will parade at
Lo~max's on Thursday the 26th ofr August. e
The Officers and non-Commiissionecd Oflicers will
assemble on the -day previous to the Review for
Drill and Instruction.
Volunteer Companies will prepare~ fur inspection.
Colonels of Regimnentz' are charged with the ex
tensioni of this Order.
By order of Brigadier General,
WV. C. MORAGNE.
July 21, 1858 5t 2
il7The indep~endlent Press and Abbeville Baon
ner will insert three times. ____
B Y an order from W. F. Durisoe, Ordinary.
.I shall rgoceed to sell on Tuesday the 3rd of
August next, afihe late residence of Wmn. Brogdon,
deceased, all the personal Estate of said deeased,
consisting in part of
FOUR LIKELY NEGROES,
The growing Crop, Ilousehold and Kitchen Furni
ture, llorses, Cattle, Ilogs, Phantation Tools, and
numerous other artie'es.
Tr.RM-For all sums under $20, cash tfor all
sums of and over S20, on a credit until the 25th
Decemiber 1859), with interest from day of sale.
WV. W. SALE, Admn'or.
July 20. 1858 . 2t 28
N OTICE 1-i llEREBJY GIVEN that appli'
cation will he made at the next Session of
the [.egisature, to vest in B. F. L-ndrum all the:
right, title an-I interest of Christian Breithaupts
dec'd., or ot his heirs, in and to the Tract of
Land lately occupied by Bartlett WV. ilat her
dec'd., devised to lhim by his father John Ilatchier
dec'd., said land having been escheated to thi
State of South Carolina.
July 211 n * 28
NTOTICE is hereby given, that applicatior
.14will be m-ude to the Lt-gislatuire at its next seas
iion, Ior a release of all the right and interebt 4
the State-.in the Eseheaited Property of Charle:
NeGregor, deceased, to James S. lteuderson and
July 20 1858 3m 28
SOTICE-1l will sell a good second-hande<
PIANO cheap for cash or a good note.
.July 21, 1858 3__28
TRED from my residence on Wednes
Sday last, my large Red and white spotted
COW. She has one horn broken ofr, and had on
halter when she left,-ear marks not recollected
She formerly belonged to Mrs. Whit. Brooks. 2
suitable reward will be paid for her recovery.
D. H. DURiaO E.
$5,000 WORTH OF GOODS
GOING AT AND BELOW
a CO STW 'PO CA. "EE
The Goods must be Sold!
NO I[UMBUG !-MON EY WANTED!
A RARE CIhANCE FOR BARGAINS.
EING desirous of closing out our present
Stock, preparatory for our Fall Supplies, we
are now ofrering our ENTIRE STOCK of
GOODS AT COST PRICES!
ALL OF OUR RICH DRESS GOODS
And every article in the Dry Goods Line we
are now selling at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
Come, ladies and examine our prices. There is no
chance to do any better this side of New York.
Our large and varied assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS,
I1ardware, Cutlery, &c., &c., &c.
We are also selling at COST PRICRS FOR CASH.
Cone, Everybody, and get bargains whilst they
are to be had.
ljiTA little money will go a long ways in our
Store. W. R. & T. S. HUDSON.
July 21 tf 28
House, Sigu & Ornamental Painting!
r 'H K Subscribers take pleasure in announcinir to
I the citizens of Edgefield District, that they
are now prepared to do all work en:rubted to them
in the-line of
HOUSE AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING,
To all who may be pleased to favor us with their
patronage, we promise to give entire satisfaction.
All work entrusted to us shall be executed with
despatch and in a workmanlike manner.
Our terms will be reasonable. For further par
ticulars call on us at Edgefield C. II.
07 REFERENCE-Capt. JAs B. GaIFFIN and Gen.
&. C. MORAGxE, of this District.
RICH & PAUL.
July 21 1858 3m 28
FOR $I, AND AS HIGH AS $10!
T HE Subscriber will take great pleasure in
waiting on the Ladies and Gentlemen of Edge
field and vicinity who may desire to procure
Of themsehes by the wonderful operation of the
DAGUERREOTYPES, OIL PAINTINGS, EN
GRAVINGS, &c., accurately copied.
AMBROTYPES inserted in Medallions, Rings,
Breastpins, Seals, &c.
Particular attention will be given to Fami'y
Groups and Children.
The Subscriber attends personally to his custo
mers and guaranties satisfaction.
XrThose wishing good Pictures will do well to
c il soon, at his ROOMS in the CAROLINA 110
TEL, as he will remain in this place but a few
days. - T. HI. JONES.
July G tf 20
Cataloges ent Free.
PUBLISHER AND ORIGINATOR
GIFT BOOK ENTER-PRISE!
439 CHESTNUT ST, PHILADELPHIA.
T H E unparalleled success which has attended
Ithe subscriber in his distribution of Gifts to
the Million, has induced him to-make large and
valuable additions t~o his former extensive stock
of new and popular books. is new, comple'e and
classified Cataloauc of Books, embracing all the
Deartnments of Literature, Is mailed FnEE to any
part of the country.
All Books sold at Publishers' lowest prices, and
all the new publlications of the day added soon
as issued. $500 worth of Gifts with each $1,000
worth of Books sold; atmong which are daily dis
tributed the following: ,OT FO
Gold Hunting Lever Watches - - $50.00) to 100.00
Gold Anchor L~ever Watches - - 35.00 to 50.00
Silver Lever aind Lepine Watches - - 12.010 to 25.00
Parlor Timne Pieces.------ -- 5.00 to 1.00i
Vest and Fob Chains - - - - 110.111 to 2.0h
Laies' Guard andl Chattelaine Chains 10.0)0 to 25.04)
"Silk lyress Pntterns - - - 12.110 to 211.11u
"Goldl Brarelets - - - - 5.no to -15.00
"Cameo Sets----- - - - - 1.0 to 15.011
" Mosaic Sets--- -- -- 12.111 to 211.0:1
" Florentine Sets - - - - 11.00 to 15.011
" Gold Pencils and Pens - - 1.511 to 10.00
" Gold Miniature Leekets - - 2.501 to 10.100
Gnts' G'sld Pens, with eases, - - 2.001 to 101.001
" Buom Stulds:LadSleeveButtonls 2.01 to I1.00
Ladies' lireast Pins---- ----1.54) to '7.511
-' Eatr Rings - - -- - 2.10 to) ".:an
" and tients' Gold Rings - - 1.m71 to 5.1n1i
Gnt./ 13.osom: Pins - - -- - - 1.110 to :1.5::
Ladies~ 'rr Cardl Causes - - - 2.50I to 5.00
Prtmonnies, P.wiket Knuives, &ce. - 1.110 to 5.111
Articles. of Gould Jewelry, and Gift Books,
not enumecrated in the above, worth from 25e to $2:.
(Ine of the above named Gifts prcsented te cach
purchaser of a liotak at the timne of sale, althugh all
books are sold nt liiblishiers' lowest prices. The comIi
plte an:dleiiiedl Catalogues many lbe had without
char:e, lay callinig or sending~ your address.
;p Liberal inducemzents to country Agents. Or
ders fruom the country plromnptly filled, and the Goods
forwarded by express or mail s:nzne day. A ddre.ss,
G. G. EVA NS,
439 Chestnut street, P'hiladclp~hin, Pa.
g - TO T HIE PUBLIC.--As there nrc nmany
Gi t l'ook Stoics advertised throughout the coun
try, Mr. EVANS deems 't jiust to himself and his
duty to the public-inasmuchel as he originated the
Gif-Book biusiness-lo state, as evidene of the
instability of many such comcerns, that they con
ceal their real names from the public, and are ad
vertising their business under asswued ones. Mr.
E. is aware thtat these various concerns published
as Gift Book Stores, arc calculatedl to brinig th~e
business established b'y himself into di.-repaute.
ie askes of the public a correct judgement in re
ard to his Gift Book Enterprise, fo~r te honorI
iltegrity, and success of which lie refers to all the|
prominzzent publishers in the United Status. Read
his Cataloguie. 2
July 11,d 7
List of Letters,
R EMA INING ini the Post Office at Edhgefield C. Hf.,
S. C., unealled for on the 1st July 1858. Persons
calling foar Letters on this list will please say, " Ad.
A B-W. 11. Abniey, Maj. D. Allen, A. WV. A s
bell, 3; C. Baumann. E. Bird, Ii. C. Baston, Mrs.
4. A. Brooks', Mrs. M. Brooks, Rev. T. M. Bailey,
J. H1. Bell, D. L. Bussey, Miss A. Bucehahecr, S.
Butler, N. Bretoi, J. Bussey, J. G. Bruckmyer.
C D-Mrs. C. Cook, WV. Curry, Miss M. Cogburn,
P. J. Caswell, WV. M. Cates, S. Conch, J. C. Coles,
G. M. Crafton, W. Cook. R. Cogburn, A. Crofibrd,
J. Creswell, Mrs. M. Doby, E. D)evore, G. Durn,
W. W. IDavid, 3; J. Deales, M. Doucell.
- E G-J. Elsmore, P. Green, Mi Graham, Miss
M. Greggs, D. Glover, J. M. Goodwin, J. N. Griflis,
M. WV. GasI
11 J-R. Hlolsonback, 2; Mrs. A. C. Harris, M.
C. Hanson, Miss P. Iholsonback, W. W. Havard,
Win. C. Harden, Wmn. Harden, Sr.; WV. Harrison,
D. Johnson, A. Jones, G. B. Johnson, fi'rs. N.
Jones, 2; N. 11. Jones, iH. C. Johnson, J. Jackson,
Mrs. B. D. Johnson, N. 11. Jon:es, 2; J. S. Jen
nings, 2; T' Jennings, Mrs. M. Jay, G. W. Jones.
K L--.l.Knox, 3; J. C. Loveless, 3; J. M. Lan
an, R. L Lofton, T. G. Lamar.
M N-J. Merriwethier, A. Minice, Mrs. E. Mays,
McCormick, J. Meauen:, Wmn. E. Middleton, Thos.
Mardl, Miss F. Millar, Dr. J. D. MicKeller, 2; Capt.
G. Morgan, J. Neycs, J. Nickels, Rev. A. P. NorrIs.
P R-Miss S. Powel, Miss E. Parker, F. Peggins,
Capt. W F. Prescott, M. Padgett,.H -C. Parnell.
R S-Rev. C. A. Raynmoni, J. A. Robinson, J.
Reams, Mrs. L Rions, W Ready, Miss S. Swear.
enan, illck lai, Ms. . Smonon,2; P. H.
Sweet, J W. Suber, Mary Stack, Bi. Saniders, Mrs
0 P. Scott.
T V W-D. W. H Timnmerman, James Tye, Dr.
J D. Twigcs, S. Thomas, J. A. Thom~ipson, C.
Tompkins, J. 11. Vanerbunrg, Mis E. Watson, C.
Warren, 2; Mrs. E. Wells, 3; 5. Wing, Miss M.
Weartherford, h. Winn:, William: White, 0. M.
Whiteside. A. R AMSAY, P. M1.
-July 20l1S8 2t, 29
I OTIC E !-All persons indebted to th~e Es
jiie of George Mep. Rearden are requeted
.to tmake immiediate settlement ; u:nd those having
d emands against the Estate will Plesse present
thenm forthwith, properly attested.
E. P. IL ORSE Ad'or.
Ja.. 6, 52.
I. H. STEARNS I CO.,
Coinnission Dealers in Everythiig
Special attention given to BUYING, SELLING
and REPAIRING MACHINERY.
Broad SLreet, 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 or
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 ample and superior
accommodation, with good order, and be supplied
with the best the market affords with moderate
June 16 6t 23
D ICKEY & PHIBBS, Augusta, Ga.,
have just opened ONE CASE
PRONTED MUSLOMS, I
Which they are closing out at
Six and a Quarter Cents per Yard.
FINE FRENCH IMUSLINS,
At Twelve and a Half Cents per Yard.
Augusta, June 14 tf 23 1
E. PENN, Agent,
H k S just received a supply of the PRINCESS
ROYAL LOOPED EXTEN:1ON
To which he mrould respectfully invite the atten
tion of the Ladies. This SKIRT is of late inven
tion, and fur beauty and utility lar 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 hiced together
and ready for the wearer-mnaking it an A DJ ITS
TABLE SKIRT with a new and simple AD-JUS
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.
June 23 tf '24
NEW GOODS FOR 1858!
SPRING AND SUMMER SUPPLIES. i
I AM now receiving my Spring supplies of Dry
Goods, Groceres, &c., &c., which, in point of
quality and cheapness, will compare favorablf with i
the Goods offered by the merchants of Hamburg
and Augusta. r
My stock of Dry Goods consists of almost every
Ladies' Dress Goods, t
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 oiler
such inducements as must please my customers
My stock consists of an assortment of
Sugar, Cogrce, Tea, M1Iolasses, &c.
Also, always on hand TOBACCO. SEG A RS,
SNUFF, W I N E S, BRANDIES, ' U I E
MEDICINES, 4-c. b
V Come and look at my Stock.
.T. L IARMlON.
Winter Seat,_Mar 22 tf~ 11
Swan & Co.'s Lotteries Triumphant,
SWAN & CO.
Continue to Draw' as issual wuithsout
BWgA-is cds CO"
LOTTERIES ARE LEG .\L, AND AUTHIORIZED
BY THlE bTATE OF GEORGIA. -
The late attempt to injure
ThL. Our firm has shown
Thtour Itotieries arc drawn fairly ; c
Thtour Prizes are piaid punctually;
A nd that our Schemes
Are more liberal than any oilher Lottery
In the world.
T HE following Pebemc will be drawn by S.
.MY AN & CO., Managers of the SP'AIRT A
AADEMY LOTTrERY, in each oft their Single
Ntumber Lotteries for August-1858, at AUGUSTA,4
Georgia, in pubic, under the superintenudence of
Class 27 Dra~ws Saturday, August 7, 1858. 5
Class 28 Draws Saturday, August 14, 185. v,
Class 29 Draws Saturday, August 21, 1858.t
Class 30 Draws Saturday, August 28, 1858.
ON TIIls PL.\N 01F SINL..l NL'.\lElRS.
.50,000 TIicketLwi .
5 ,485 F 9. ~ 3?E I S r
NE&BRLY ONE 1'RIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS.
TO tIF. DRAWN
' EACH SATl-IIAY I UUT
P 'rze of.LI,~~ 'i.so........$7n5ann
I Prze .'f . :'.'I lrz f.......... :ine -
I 'ri'ze .. . 1,114 1l'i............ 1","1"
I Prize o........... s','I4H 411rz. f. . . . 141
1 'rize of......... - ."""1) :~ 'rwt .1d
1 'rze of.......... . :1.10 ;l41rc...... 1.4 l
I Prze of.......... . 1 i'lrzc t......4iI
4 izc 0 . IIslI~~I4l'rizes of..t ... 1..$911
4 Prz'. if*40 Ap.oi~ i l 'rze to.414 ...1~ie ...... su
4 r~e' i :04 IIIifll'rize ar..... ... inn a
4 ~~~ ~ ~ Prizes ut211i [.1444 'i.c r.. ...60
4 i'rlaes of Il'rize 0, 1 .......... ar .. 0'00
4 Ilzs i 1 141 " ,0l'riz s uf........ 4110
4 1'rizc'rlite0 " ............'.e 1 arc.
4 ,~ rz~s of.... r... .'" .....Prz-.............. 110 a
4~s Prizes ou0AP~nxting to$,... Pr... r..S$1,O00
Whl Priets 0: Have 5,;0 Purzer. 82,0.0
4& P crie f 2 win' t" litd in~otries wle. n
4ea Priany of 1esro5 of reci" 1,1.rie re.II
4 l'rimizs of 1risk4:p rie u-.. 4
4 Pricee of 7eag of t" Whole rietsar...'SO
CrtiP iczes Elf 20cag of.....................--- .--- 0
3Crtiefisk e m oun tn Qu................. .... 20
WhaOrle n Tickets oale C5;Qurterscate,0. '
En"Aculose (ho in g theu anes for the LTies worded
n receiny one deih ot' w evg fowredbt. stnsl
Cerrihleats cof haeckes ending ol a th folingu the,
w~i Lsth ist:DanNmbr n rze ilb
setiente of phae ofditenyae hlie drawig.......S
Cetdae Puraerswilpae write teircke tu...p....4
andtgiveatheir Pstage ot anteTike.......2
he srwineoticaer of~ t lc Etighofthirty..........
in orderin Tieles r Certineatesb mlrse
Either the :n.e SWA ourars fo, Athe Tiaket oree
des -eList of D~utrha Numerandi frmzte whl, e
ith thewopucha e pied(iteach ne ais ntile to
gPucaeswill b ulse aperee drwie, the signatureg pan
andgiester Ole elta o tyu inte,Cirett
'tnad emmbrshever rzet Atlan, auner Nabew
fu l1mn D isp th ,00 anYo r ai i me di at ly anerw
rue dawg-her ie tte sa ieoftit as
Juf-ly c m niaiosstitl onieni
Na- Ordefr ies er iencat apcain willese
ee mad. at th Nl essot,o Auuthe Ga., or.
tureftroa Cter umbr tat Rad drawn fro the el
w htheamnt hu rh, he oneEitt is etthed to
wlbubishd aaor enery Corawin it twnon ad
tanard, mailleo Geftelant Vi tllgencr
yor Wek5.Dy m0k Auut1G.6~mtttoait
JuyH$IS LRE OT IS RNONE
"OIE isCEy ive Oha Rppiato" wl
EXTRA RIBE S 1ES
U P RIE T T'ENNESSEE.
HIch inApoin o aI PRONOUNIrceDano
buyTR A W RIB ED T .81DEO 8,
Whih n it o qul tzn prce 2ano
T HE Exercises of thisinstitution will be c
ducted under .the superinenlance of
Subscriber, this year; and he trusts, by sti
attention to pupils committed to his care to g
satisfaction to paren's, and advance the pupilt
rapidly as pomsible.
Rates of Tuition.
1st Class-Qrthography,- Reading and
2nd Class-Primary Geogrzphy and the
3rd Class-The above studies with English
Ith Class-The same with Algebra and
adn and French, $25
Although it is desirable that pupils should he,
vith the first of the quarter, still, pupils will
eceived at all times, and charged only for t
roportion of the time of the session remaining.
M. B. WARD.
April 14 .ly 14
Oak Grove Female Academy
rWO MILES WESTWARD FROM KIRKSEN
X ROADS, EDGEFIELD DIST-RICT, S. C.
iE n-xt S ssion of the above name Acad
my will commence on M03iDAY, JUL
The usual English Branches-will be thorouglh
aught by Miss LIZZIE A. PATTEN. The Pir.
,nd Singing, Painting on Glass andcotherwise,
rof. THOS. P. M03ES.
Terms for the English studies $12,00, and $1fi,
.cordiug to the studies taken per tiession.of 1i
uonths; Lessons in Mnsic-$18,00 the Seision.
With the above named efficient teachers, t]
'rustees do not hesitate to recommend this Schc
D the full confidence of Parents and Guardians.
1&" Reasonable and convenient board can 1
For further particulars apply to either of 11
DR. E. ANDREWS,
Kirksey's X Roads, July 13 1858 4t 27
BHE Exercises of the First Session will 1
.eloyed on the 8th inst. After a sccess of tv
reks, they will be resumed on the 20th inst.
JAS. H. MORRIS, Prin.
July 7 tf 20
IIE Subscriber being desirous to move I
hands to the West. offers for sale the folloi
ig property, viz: 1050 ACRES OF FINE PIN
4NI) in Edgefield District. On it is a splend
Steam Saw Mill and Grist Mill,
rhich are doing a profitable business.
One Tract contains 360 ACRES lying on ti
oad leading from Cambridge to Hamburg, on t1
aters of Borse Pen Creek,adjoining lands of Jol
)urst and others.
One Tract contains 1000 ACRES fine oo
rn land well improved. lying in Abbeville Distric
n the road leading from Piekena and Anderson I
lamburg, one mile above the Edgefield line.
One Tract con ains 350 ACRES in Pickei
)istrict, immeliately on the Rail Road, 10 nmil
bove Old Pendleton. .
On my Ilomest aid Tract is a splendid STEA:
11LL running 3 setts of rocks, SA W MIL L &
ufl-r for sale this Mill with 50 Acres of inw
The Ilomesteal is on the road lending froi
ambridge to Abbeville C. II, four miles belo
Any person wiphiig t-i purchase is requested
xa.itne. Bargains can be had, and the terms wl
c madteasdy. J. Y. L. P'ARTLOW.
July 7 1858 3m 20
Mount Enon Work Shop.
1111IE univers~al satisfactioan that the work din
Iby the subscriber baa heretafoe given, el
uurgeat;himn tea hea thast for the future lie will 1
ially successful, lie is better prepaered aeae
ear to doe better wurk, and lie does not h, sitate1
y that the
IOT TON GINS AND TII RASIIER
md by him are equal to any now offered foer sal
any t..stim.,nials of this fiet might be given.
Work kept constantly o hmand, and orders ext
ted at the shortest, notice. A ddress,
TIlO3IAS E. CllAPMAM,
Clmani's X Reoails. Edesfield I )ist. S. C.
crOr M r. D. R. DURISOE, atthec " Advertis<
1ic, who is ny authiorized lAgent.- --
A BAKER COUNTY
Plantation for Sale.
NE of the DE-T, the PRETTIES r'and HlE.\]
'IIE T P'LANTA T1ONS in South Westei
'eorgia, contaiig '750 Acres, oaf which 5'.
re in cultivation, and cleared in the last thr<
ears. All th~e hoes, ne cessary to a Plantatio1
-it~h the fences, arc new, having been erectedi
ie above time..
It nteededl, proavisions and stock can lbe pu
ased with the place. IKnrther infw-mationi ca
e procuited oif CllA MLES WillTiEl lEAD).
Newton, llaker Co., Ga., June 1 ;Em* 21
TI R AYED) from outr residence,
tacear Coleman'~s X Reads, a ...,
nal l he IIOUND SLUT, with red ,-ars anid
wv red spots over her baodly. said slut bcengs 1
r Freeman Curry, of Curry ton, and it is very prol0
ble that she has tried to cet hack to Mr. Curry
The above reward will be paid lby the sub.,er
ers on delivering her to Mr. Curry at Currytoai
r either of the subascribers at Coletman's X Rond
d anuy information concerning her, very thanu)
W~l. E. & V. A. CL ARK.
Coleman's X Roads, July 20, 1858 2t 28
Aindebted to the Estate of Abrnam Kilerens
lee'd., are hereby notified that they must pany ti
ame ay or before ihe1t~h Septenmber anxt, othet
rise they will have t~o settle with amy Atrtne
hose having demands against said l~state w'
ender them in, prol.erhy attested, iithout delay
,J. A. TALBERKT, Ex'ur.
July 7 ~ am 26
TRAYE1D fromu thae.Subscriber on the 251
3 June, a brewni Canadian HORSE, a natur
acer.. Also, a tuouse colored MAR1E MUL
one three or four years old, shtoulders a litt
urt by the collar. A liberal rewardl will1
rivenu to any one taking them upa, and addressii
ne at Rlchaardsonville P. 0 , Edgefield District.
E. P. COLEMAN.
July 7 ,tf 20
jf Thae Abbeville Bamy~r will copy three tim
nd forward account to this of~ee.
Bacon and Lard.
1 UST received a largesupply of BA CON SIDE
SSI0U LDERS and JIA MS, of a'uperinr qua
v which is offired for sale at VERY LOW Fit
LR ES. Please caihl and i-xamine this fine Bue
>efare purchasing elsewhere.
Also, m000 Lbs. LE.\F 'LARD, in Jars.
'0. L. PENN, A gt.
Jue9 : f 22
Edg4d Beat Company
YO0U are hereby ordered to be andl appear
your regular parade'ground (Edgefield
ii.,) on Saturday, the 7th 'August, armted a
seinippd.i as the law directs, fur drill and inr
tirn. By order of
.CfOKa .CAPT1 JOhIN R. IURY AN.
Juy 14, 4t 2
L EMYONS--Just reqt.ived five Doxes Cho
LEMONSi. E. T. DAVIS, Agent.
May 19 tf ---
N OTICE,,--Thae Oraniteville Manufacturi
Comepany intend to ike aplaiention to-1
next Legislature for a maodilleatian of their clh
July 13 3t
NOTICE.-A ppica~iti will be made to
.LLe gislaure a itS next Session, for an Acet to
carporite the Bethlehem Baptist Church, in Ed
June 9 -3m 2
ICE? ICE --AwS3s on hand a supply
ICE, which will be sta~d at 5 Cents per poi
Cash. .. E. T. DAViS, A g
May1 tnf E 1
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
RAMSEY & LABAW,
(Opposite the Union Bank,)
)0. aalgsiasiaa zdmn
A RE receiving daily, and are offering to their
). A friends and customers the laraest and best
Stock this season they have ever ofiered. Having
)0. pourchased the entire Stock almost exclusively for
CAS1 and paid unusual attention to the manu
)0. facture of ihe Clothing, we are prepared to of for
00 them at prices to defy competition. We have an
in elegant line of
be SCARFS, CRAVATS, STOCKS,
he UNDERSHIRTS and DRA WERz, every grade;
Linen Bosom SHIRTS, from tie well known
nianufactories of Morrison & Co., Golden Hill,
John Mi Davis & Co , and Fowler & Co.
A complete line ot GLOVES, or every kind;
HANDKERCHIEFS, SOCK'4, &c.
We have also a very large stock of SERVANTS
CLOTHING, of every kind, which we would call
e- especial attention to.
V, Merchants and others would do well to call be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
ly Augusta, April 21, ly 15
A GREAT desideratumn in the way of LIGHT
is accomplished. An illuminating Oil is
e prepared from Coal, called KEROSENE OIL,
0 Brilliancy and Intensity of Liglht
e Is unsurpassed by all other artificial lights. It is
not explosive-will extinguish fire if poured on it
l -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 excee-ling
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.
)e April 28 tf 16
*o FRESR DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C,
T HE Subscribers take pleasure in informing
. their friends and patrons that they are NOW
r RECEIVING a Large Addition to their al
t ready extensive Stock of PURE and FRESU
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, 4c.
d We are prepared and will take pleasure in fur
nishing Physicians with a COMPLETE OUTFIT
of Medicir.es, Instruments, Shop Furniture, Medi
cal tsaddle Bags, &c., &c., &c.
e TO THE LADIES.
e 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, flair Restoratives, De.
' pilatory, Cosmetics, Lubin's Genuine Extracts, &c.
Also, FLAVORING EXTRACTS for Culinay pur
We say, your wants have been attended to li our
i present selection. Fend in your orders, or come
D. in and lt us put you up a complete Plantation
1. Case of lodleines, Instruments, &c., with full di
n rections for use, in all simlile cases, and thereby
w save time, money and healt.h. A simple cathartic
or the timely administration of an emetic, or an
o anodyne, dotes and will often break the chain of
1 morbid action, thereby preventing serious and pro
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY'
-We extend the inivitation to call on us. We have
all of the most reputable nostrums recommended
to cure almost all of the ills and aches to which
flesh is heir to. If you cannot, find anythingt
adapted to your case, we will exert our skill in
eprep)aring somiethintg for your relief.
,W5Presriptionis filled with accuracy and dis
,patch at all hours, day or night.
ggCall and excaminie our Stock at the Dirug
Store under the Oald Fellows' & Masonic Ihall.
SA. G. & T. J. TE AGUE.
4 Edgefield, April 22 tf 16
71lEPioprietor of this wvell known and popu
..lar IIOT EL takes pieculiar p'easure in an
-nouncing to his friendfs and the travelling publie
uenerall-, that, this Ihouse is open for the reception
of comlpany, and that his whole e.wtrnies will tbe
put, into requisition to gratify the wants of each
and all who many favor him with their patronage.
-The House has just beent thoroughly repaired.
andl the Rtooms anid Furiniture put in excellent con
dition fo~r the Srring and $ummer season.
e My Table will be furnished with the best that
can he had, andl presideds over by one skilledl in
a the culinary department-.and in short, everythmie
requisite to gratify the taste of the epicurean will
- he supplied in abndalnce. The servants of thme
C .\R'OblNA llOTEL arne noted for their polite and
atentive character, and are ever in attendance to
obey the wishes of my Guests.
New STAlBLES have tecenstly been built, which
are coinimodious and complete, andl lltises left, in
, my gare will ineceive. kinid andli careful treatm~ient.
'1 hankchul for pas enocurasiig imet. and pantron
age, I respecthally solicit a conutinuance of thw same.
al JOllN A. MAYA.
0 - The travelling community are inotifledl that
-thev~ and their bugaunge will bec conveyed, at a moo
.nment's warning, witho'ut charge, to the I'arolina or.
- OGeorgia Depots. J. A. M.
,:I lamurg, May 3 I85S tf l10
-FRESH GROCERIES, &c,
7. M. E. LEGO his just receinred another
VVlarge and varied assortmnt of.
,~ G'0cerics, Ligqlors, Tobacc0, Segall',
Which he is sellinig rapidly at prices considerably
te reduced. Ilis pres..nt siock cons sts in part of
.- Two Thousand Lbs. P,.\ ON, a choice article ;
-SUG ARS of dlihlr'-nt kinds and cheup;
11 Fine assortmieunt of COF)FEE :
Choice SYRUPIS and MOLASSES;
Pine A pple andI English Dairy CII EESE ;
No'l M ACK ERE L in Bbis., excellent ;
No 1land 2 do in Kits;
Fresh Salmon, Lobsters, &e., in Can.i ;
Tomiatt o and Walnut K ETCilUP ;
h Worcestershire and Pecpper SA UCE ;
Il PICKLES or all kinds;
A fine assortmnlt of Fresh CANDIES;
e ORANGES, LEMONS, APPLES, &c.
eO Brandied FRUITS in variety ;
iCURRANTS, CITRON, RAISINS. FIGS, &c.;
Almonds, Pienn and English Walnuts ;
PORT ER and A LE, a splendidoarticle;
Champagne WINE anid CiDER;
s Sherry and Madeira W INES ;
Fine WINES and BRANDIES;
- WISK EY and other Liquors in abundancee;
LEMON SYR UP, an extra article, &e., &c.
May 25 tf 20
' NOTICE TO THE AFFLICTED,
n TN Justice to the suflbring humanity through
IDiseases arising from disorders of the Organs
of Generatioin, I deemi It necessary to relieve and
cure such sufferers.
PROF. F. DEVOUT'S
- Esteemeld French specific Cordial,
is the mio.-t reliable and effetual remedy for ob
taining a perf, et cure in the shortest time that has
t ever been known, no matter whietherthie Case is of
c.20 years, or only & days standing.
'The CORDLIAAL is agreeable to the stomach and
will, if followed according to directions, and the
instrumnenits ptropetrly utsedh, never fail to effect a
cure permne~nnt. As it is rather a delicate subject
to bring thins before the pub~lic, I deem it inexpe
dient to insert, any of the many References. A
__trial of the Medicine will specak for itself.
cAll private communications will be promptly at
eetended to, free gratis.
Price S:1 for all necessaries, forwvarded free of
- charge to ainy part of Georgia, South Carolina or
o Of All orders must lie addressed to F. .J,
r elker, at V. La Taste's New W holosale and Roe
tail Dirug or Sood Store, Augusta, Ga., Wholesale
Depot for F. J. Delker's Celebrated Bed Bug Do
- stroyer and Philadelphia Balm.
he A ugusta, June 30 1858 3mt 25
e. N' STATE NOTICE.-All persons indebted
E1 to the Estate of A. T. Traylor, dec'd, are
notified to settle the same forthwith; and thee
- having demands against the said Estate will please
of render theta ini, properly attested, to the Admin's
td trator at Calhoun's Mills, A bbeville District, S C.
M. 0. TALMpAN, Adm'or.
a.. Apil2 3m* 16
g? The Friends of Col. JAME4 P. CARROLL
respectfully present him as a Candidate for the
State senate at the ensuing election.
OT We are authorized to announce Uen. JOHN
R. WEVER as a candidate for State Senator to
represent Edgefield District in the next Legislature
July 14, 1858. 27
W Tne Friends of WILLIAM GREGG, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sen
ator at the next election.
Feb 1 *4
i The Friends of J. HAIhlPDEN BROOKS,
Esq., respectfully present him as a Candidate for
the State Legislature at its next Session.
MTuE Friene of Maj. ABRANM JONES to
spectfully present hian as a Candidate for re-elec
tien to the State Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
WlThe Friends of Col. JOHN HUIET re
spectfully nominate him as a Candidate for a Seat
in the House of Representatives at the next elec
I' TnE friends of Dr. H. R. COOK, respect
fully -.nnounce him as a Candidate for a seat in
the House of Repesentatives at the next election.
0-TiE Friends of Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN,
respectfully nominate him as a Candidate for elec
tion to a Seat in the next Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
WgWE are authorized by the friends of Col.
JAMES TOMPKINS to anrounce him as a Can
didate for a Seat in the next Legislature at the
0- The friends of Col. JOHN QUATTLEBUM
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a
seat in the next Legislature at the ensuing election.
April 7 to* 13
W We are authorized by the friends of Mej.
A. L. DEARING, to nominate him as a Candidate
for a seat in the Houze of Representatives at the
Aprl 7 to 13
1 The friends of M. W. GARY, Esq., present
him as a Candidate for the State Legislature at the
Mar. 31. to* 12
W? THE Friends of W. W. ADAMS, Esq., re
pectfally present him as a candidate for the State
Legislature at Its next Session.
Mar 23 . to* 11
Woz MBhor Aff'
-. LEWIS JONES,
W. W. SALE,
ROBERT D. JUTAW,
F. . NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
F'or Ta.1r Collector.
CHAS. M. MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. WV. LYLES,
E. W. HORN,
E. B. FOREST,
W. F. DURISOE,
I'HlIE L AW firm of TOMPKINS & BUTLER
is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The unfinished busilness will he carried on in the
name of the Firm. R. W. TOMPKINS,
M. C. BUTLER.
May 15, 1858. 3t 25
M. C. B U T LEB,
A T TOR N EY A T L AW,
Office in Law Ran~ge,
EDGEPIELD C. II., S. C.
May 15 tf 2
CARROLL & TOMPKINS,
AVE~ this day formed a Partnership for the
PRACTICE of LAW and EQUITY.
J. P. CARLOLL,
lt. W. TO.NlPhINS.
Edgelieldl, V'a, 15, ttf 25
- ESsRs. GARY~ & DOZIER have
Itis day formed a l'artnershaip fur the Pruc
ice of LA W and Egl'T'lY.
One or the other at all times in their Office, near
the Court hlouse.
. W. G~ttY. JAuIas A. i'oztEa.
11 lE Undersigned havwi:g formend a panrtnecrship
in the PRACTICE of LAW and EQUITY
for Edgel.ield District., will give piromp~t and dili
gent attention to all business enittusted to th.cir
The residence of Mr. Owcss is at B3arnwell C.
11-that of Mr. Sam.:r~s at IEdg field, S. C.
WV. A. OWENS.
_May 20 tf - -20_
3 B. GIFFiN, Attorney at LAW and
1.Soicto i EQUITY, will at:eni Ipunctually
to all business entrusted Lo his care.
lie may be found at all times either in the 011ice
f the Commissioner int Eiptity, or in his own
)lic itmediately in rear of the Court Hlouse.
EDEFIELD C. H., May 1 - bS f4
E. II. YOUNGBLOOD,
A*ttor~m.03r at Lmaw,
WA hLL attend promptly 'to all business ilacd
Tin his hands.
j-rOflice at Edgefield C. HI S. C.
May 19 tf. 19
P HY SIC IA N,
W ILL attend promptly to all business of the
profession entra.ted to lia care.
OFrleE, Edgefield C. H., S. C.
April 6 18 68tf 18
- IlEOPLASTIC PROCESS
r''E Subscriber having furnished himself with
La license to use this N EW PROCESS of
INSERTING ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, with
an assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a
closer resemblance to the natural organs, than can
be realized by any other method. Its perfect pa
rity, cleanliness, freedom from all taste, or galvanic
sensation, durability, comfort sod security, are.
arong the advatntaiges claimed for this SUPEltIOR
mode of setting A rtinieial Teeth.
June 24, tf 24
T H OS. .F & C. H.M 1 IISE,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE A NOISE,
INft. 7, Hayne Street,
CHARL.ESTON, S. C..
Jan 27 _ ly . 3
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE-All persona
34having demands against the Estate of D). F
their accounts, properly attested, by Thursday the~
5th day of August next, as the Executors iend
to settle up the Estate in the Ordinary's office, at
Edgeield 0.11., on that day. Look out that your
accounts are not debarred. Those indebted to
sadEstate must make arrangements to settle u
kt an early date.
J. HI. HIOLLINGSWOI\TH, Exos
J. H. WALK(ER.Exos
A nril 28
W E HAVE JUST RECEIVED a
very large assortment of
FRENCH WORKED COLLARS,
SWI-8 AND .IACONET 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 ansl Lace MANTILLAS;
Rich Organdie MUSLINS;
Plain and Check NAINS OK41;
"4 "9 CANMBRICS;
t " MULLS.
Theisc GOODS having been recently bouglt at a
great reduction on the market price, will be sold
correspondingly low, and a portion of thetm hav
ing been bought of the manufacturer about 60 per
cnt, less than they could have beenibottght at any
auction sale, they will be sold lower than the same
quality of GOODS have ever been ot'ered at in this
city. Our stock is otherwise %ell a'sorted, and
offers rare attractions in the way of LOW PRI
CES. All of which we will he pleased to exhibit
at our ONE PRICE STORE.
, BROOM & NORRELL.
Augusta, Ga , June 80 1858 tf 25
J. M. NEWBY & CQ.
A RE astonishing their friends and patrons
throughout the two States, at their WON
DERFUI.LY CHEAP and LARGE and AD
MIRABLE Stock of
Summer Ready.Made Clothing
At their Uouse may always be found the BEST
Goods in the City-and non, but the most fashion
NEW GOODS-LATEST STYLES.
The.y are weekly receiving additional supijies
from New York, in order to meet the wants of
their numerous customers. And since the 1st
June, they have received and opened
A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT
Superior Flannel Cassimere RAGLANS, SACKS
and FROCKS, made withost Lining, sa:table
for Summer wear-cooler than Linen.
200 Pair Plain, Fancy and Figured Summer Cat
Black and Fancy Sumnier PANTS.
Fine Casimere and Blaok Alpaca COATS;
6 6 ' " SACKS;
LINEN GOODS-an extensve variety and very
Fine Faoy and White Marseilles VESTS.
A large variety of Plain VESTS at low Qg6i,
Fino I 4uen and Marseilles SR IRTA & COLL AVA.
A large stok of IIOKFS. TIES, G LOVES, VUS.
PEN DERS anl SOCKS.
gg"AII of whiph we olier to the publio at ex.
meedingly low prices,
And examine a ur CLOTHING and PRICES,
We take pleasure in showing our Goods t, all who
nay favor us with s o!l. *
LITo our Edgefe'd patrna-nsl their name
is lez-isu-e extend inany thasks for past and
present pntronai.., nnd hpe to long merit a con
tinuance o' the same.
9 - - ---. -
Tailoring-Clothing made to Order.
Our stock of fatihlonable CLOTHS, Black, Blue,
Brown and ClNret, have arrived, together with a
>eatiful assortment of side-stripe CASS1IERE
or pans.; side-str-pe LINENS and Marseilles for
pnts; Ilich $ilk and Marseilles Patterns for Vests.
All of whit-h Mr. .101N K EN NY will be p'ensed
o show and sm.,ke up to or.ler, warranted to fit and
lease or no sale. II IW Y&C .
Under U.8S.Hlitel, Augusta, Ga.
A ugu ta, Junec14 :f 23
. Shaeriff's 8ale.
BY Virtue of sundry Writs of Fier Facz'aa to
1)ma directed, I will procecd to sell at Edge
fIeld Court hlouse, on te first Monday In August
ext, tho following property, In the following sta
ed case, viz: .-.
Moses Hlarris es. James Morris, the interest of
he Defendant ini a tract of land containing two
hndred and forty acrn', more or less, adjoining
ands of B. W. Hatcher, Chesley Wise and others.
Terms of sale, Cash.
Commissioners of Roads vas James Adams and
illiam Burnes; The Samte vs Tlp Eamne, Five
'JAMES EIDSON, s.E.D.
July 10, 1858 4te 27
R'}ANAWAY' from the Subscriber's mother,
6about the 1st Apsril last, his likely M~ulatto
hy RLICILIOND, about 21 years old, and about
i feet 7 or 8 inches high. His color is tolerable
right and his hair pretty straight, and wore
alben lie lef, a maoustaebie. He is intelligent and
olerably quick spoken. lUe has been raised in
he house, and is a valuable dining-ruomi servant
ud uood ostler.
It iS suipposed lhe is lurking about some of thme
reigborhmg cities,-either llamburg, Augusta,
harleston o'r Cotumubia. The abiove reward will
e paiid for his apps~rehensiona amnd delivery in any
al so that I may get him. A nd anmy informnation
:onerning him will be thankfully received.
Jane'2., tf 24
eiTeTe Aungusta Constituttirr.atlist and Charles
o Mercury will please copy weekly for one
nonth and forward bills to T. N. L., Edgetleld C.
I., S. C.
New Goods--Late Arrivals!I
O PNNAgent, is co'nstantly replenish
L. shng isStock every week with FR ESH and
Mod4 Desirable Dress Goods,
tell sutited to thme season. Thte Ladies will find
motg his latest arrivals, some very beautiful and
ashionable Gloods, such as
ich Side Stripe ORGA NDIES and JACKONETS,
Skeleton SKIRT.4, latest styles;
Black Silk and Lace MANTI LLAS, beautiful ;
BONNETS of latest and most handsome styles;
landsome Bonnet Ribbons, Flowers, Ruches, &c.
Call in ladies, and see my goods.
May 26 tf 20
New Cheap Goods,,
T TIE Subscriber is now receiving at his Store a
FULL AS8ORTMENT OF GOODS, to
wioh he resp.-etfully invites 1he attention of hia
friends and customers.
gr Thankful for past fayors, he solicits a con
tinuance of the same.
. JOHIN M. CLARK,
Cold Spring, S. C., April 21 1858 saf 15
ALi persons indebted to the estate of Daniel
ABoone, dec'd., are requested to make Immedi
ate payment, and all persons having demands
against the same are hereby notified to present
them properly attested.
L. P. BOONE, Ad'os
PETER OUZT. ~Amo5
Dec. 23,1857. tf 50G.
4 TR A tED from may place on Dig Cred, about
~the 22nd inst., a Mouse (Coleured MARE
MULEI, hranded on the shoulder with the letter
V.-Also stray-d at thme tame time a small BAY
Any infortmation of thejn will be thankfully re
eived, a.d the in:urmer compensated.
-W. P. BUTLER.
Edgefield C. II., S. C , Jlune 30 if 25
Cherry Bounce -and Cordial!
rrH E Stibacriber has just recewed a fine supply
.Aof SUrkRIOR CilERRY BOUNCE AND
CORDIA L, which is a maost delightful drInk, and
an excellent sutmmner beverago. Call early and
get a dloren bottles or so, as It is going off like -
"hot cakes." W. EC. L EGG.
July 14 i 27
FLOUR AND CORN MEEALeCan be
had at my house for Co...
Leather-Harness, Sole, Uppe,Kt c
Feb.a tf 4