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Boind for the West!
T HE Subscriber intending to re
k pove West the first of Decem
ber, offers for sale his varnable plan
Three Bauudred & Fifty-Siv Acres
Lying on Horn's Creek, four and a half mile
South of Edgefleld C It. On the premises is ;
comfortable Dwelling House, and a plenty of ou
buildings of every kind in good order.
The location is remarkably healthy. The neigh
borhood is as desirable as any person could wish
As to the quality of the Land none surpases i
in the country for the production of Cotton and
Grain of all kinds.
There is forty acres of splendid bottom land
most'of which has been drained, and not subjec
to overflow. The place is well watered, every
fleld containing a sufficiency of running water al
seasens af the year.
If needed, Stock of all kinds, crop of Cora
Fodder and Farming utensils ,.an be purchased
with the place.
If you want to, purchare coec and look for
yourself as I intend to sell. Terms made easy t<
an approved purchaser.
J. L. ADDISON.
Aug 4 tf 30
LANDS FOR SALE:
T HE Executors of the istate of John Middle.
ton, deceased.offer for sa!e, THREE THOU
SAND EIGHT TIUNDRECD and TWO ACRES
of LAND, more or less, rituate and being in the
South Western part of Edgefiel.i District, on the
waters of Savannah River, nineteen miles above
Augusta and s'x from Fury's Ferre-adjoining
lands of 0. W. Nixon, .J. V. Nixon, Dr. N. Mer
riwether, Dr. S.- G. Mierriwether and Maj. J. 1.
About one thousand acres of said lands consist
of valuable low-grounds. The larger portion ol
the remainder is in native forest. The whole tract
is well watered by numerous springs, and is es
teemed remakably healthy.
The place is well improved, having two DWEL
LING HOUSES, two. GIN HOUSES, and otlh.r
necessary buildings, all under goo. repair.
If not sold before the first blonday in October, it
will be disposed or at tlat time, at public out-cry,
at Edgefield C. 11.
Those desiring a valuable plantation would do
well to call andsee for themselves. One or the
other of the Executors maty be always found on
the premim a, and will be pl. ased to show the tame
to any one de.sirous of purchasing.
.1. T. MIDDLETON, ) Executors
R. 11. MiDDLETON, 5
August 4, 1858 9t 30
FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN I
r.HAT valuable Platntion of the Est:te of the
ftate J. Al. VERDIER,lying in Gadsden Coun.
ty, 8 miles from Quincy, and 12 from Tallahan-see.
The plantation con'.ains
1. 2 O0 O A. 4V RF '3i! ,
800 of which are clear d ; the greater portion of
the woodland is hammock of the first quality, well
adapted to the cultivation of Sea la'and Cotton and
Tobacco ;- the plice is well watered and never fai!
ig springs of t xcellent water are to be found in
the different fields.
Situtted in a fine n,.ighbot hood, with the line of
Rail Road from Tallhassee to 1ensaco!a, passit g
through a part of the least valuable woodland, rare
inducernents are thus offered to the purchaser.
gW For further information aip'y to Mr. Jone.
of Abbeville, Col. $. B. Stephens of Quincy. Mr..).
.lohnson on the place, or the undersigned in Beau
fort, S H. E. VER13IER,
Ex'or of J. M. Verdier.
Aug. 4,1858 2m 30
state oi'South Carolina,
IN O RDINARY.
Richard Berry, A pplicant,
Edney Mloreley, Pet. for Par.
John Delaughter and wife and
others, defendants. )
T jppearing to my satisfaction that John De
I :ughter and his wife Juli-s, Defendants in the
above stated cay', reside without the litnits of
this State, It is therefore ordered and decreed thnt
they do appear and objlect to the dirv.,ion or .sa'e
of the Rea' Edtate of Jane Berry, ,dec'd., on or
- before tliE SyTOcifaber next, -or their consent to
the same will be entered of record. .
WV. F. DURIS0OE, o.E n.
Ordinary's Office, Aug 2, 1868. 3m 30)
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLiNA,
~Y WV. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
. field District.
WereaSamuel Ranl, hiath appliedl to me
for etters of Administration, on all and singular the
oda and chattli,, rights aiuf credits or W.thaam
haul, late of the Ditr et af-resaid, dereasied.
These are, therefore, to cile arid admonish all and
singular, the kindred-enid creditors of the saidl deceas
*& ed, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
C. H., on the 16th day of Augu t mat , to show
cause, if any, why the said administration should not
'Given under my hand and seal, this 2nd. day a
Augues in thl year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-eigh taand in the E3.i year of Ainer'.
K can Independence. W. F. DUJRISOE, . . D.
August 4, ________.3(.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT.
Y W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, A. Simkins, c.E ..D.hbath applied to me for
Letters. of Administration, on all anid singular the
goods and chattles, rights anid credits of Julia Randlalt,
late of the District aforei'aid dec'd.
SThese are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ett, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary'.
Court for the said District, to be houlden at Edgefield
Couirt Ihouse, on the l1ith day of September next, to
show cause, if any, why the said administration should
niot be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 2nd day of
Auguat, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
Shundred and fifty-eighit and in the eighty-third year
of Ameican Independence.
W. F. DUISOE, o.r. n.
Aug. 4, 1858 6t 30
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
- 4 IN ORDINA4RY.
Y WV. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefiehi
Whei~rac, A Simkins, c.E.E.D. hath applied to me fol
Letters of Admitnistrationt, on all and strngular the
goodls and chattles, rights and, credits of Holderi
Pusey, late of the D~istrict aferesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all anic
-singular, the kmndred anid creditors of the said deceas
ed, to be and appear before me,at our next Ordinary'i
Court for ihte said District, to be holden at Edgefiek
C. I., on the Ilit day of September next, to shiou
cause, if any, why the said administration should not b,
ivnunder my hand and seal, th~i,2nd day of Aus t
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight husndre,
and fity eight and in thte 83rd year rf Americal
lndepenulence. W F. DULRISOE, O. E. I).
Augnst 4, 6t 30
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
* EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
Y W. F. DUJRISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, A. Simk'ns, c.Ls ED ha:h app~lied
me for Letter, of Admiinistrationl, on all and sinauha
the goods and chattles, rights snd credits of Jews
B rnee, late of the District aforesaid. deceased.
Trh.,s are, therefore, t eite and admordsh all sit
singular, the. kindred and creditors of the, said de
ceased, to be and appear before me, at or next Ordl
nary's Cot for the said District, to be hiolden a
h'.;dgefield Curt flouse, otn the 11th day of Septembh
next, to show cause, if any, why the said aidmiiistrn
11ion should no: be granted.
Given tinder my hand and seal, this 2nd day
-Augtust, in the year of our Lord onie thou~tsand eiml
Shundred and fifty eight, aend in the eighty-third yet
of American Independenlc. F U10,oED
August 4, 18f53 6t
* OTICE is hereby given that applicatic
Nwill be made at the niext Session of the Lce
islatuir.s to incorporate lharmony MethtodisL hi~p
A ug 4 3m.'
OTICE--.ul having claimis against ti
NEst-ste of Levi Bledlsoe, dec'd,., are notifie
to render them in properly attested; end thios
Indebted to said Estate must pay up fort'awith.
LEWIS BLEDISOE, Ailm'or.
CLARKE & ROYAL,
DEALERS IN '
Boots, Shoes, Trunkx, &c.,
I_ AVE always on hand a LARGE and QOO
. Stock of EVERY VARIETY. In our as.
sortnent may be found a1 qualities, from the cheap.
est to the finest articles.
We will use all endeavois too phase thmse who
may favor us; witha call.
Wve will have On hand a large lot or PL.ANTA
TION BROGANS and Il10'S SERVANT
SHOES, some of which will be as good as the hest.
Augusta, Aug. 4, 18.58 2m 3110
M. P. STOVALL,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION
- -CONTINUES the business in
all its branches, in his large and
commodious Fire Proof Warehouse, on Jackson
Street, near the Globe Hotel.
Orders for Goods, &c., promptly and carefully
The usual Cash facilities afforded customers.
Augusta, Au 4 3m* 30
WILLIAM H. TUTT,
WHOLESA L E
1, E T A I L
(Opposite Augusta 1otel,)
H AS in Store a very extensive stock of PURE
DRUGS, FAMILY and PLANTATION
M EDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, W I N DO W
GLASS, &e, the quality and price of which he
warrants equal to any in the South. A call from
purehmsers is respectfully solicited.
He has now on hand
500 Ounces Sulph. QUININ E,
50 Lhs CHLOROFORM,
'0 Ounces MORPHINE,
100 Lbs. TUiRK EY OPIUM,
10 Ptble. No. I CASTOR OfL,
2,000 Lbs EPSOM SALTS,
10,000 Lbs. PURE WHITE LEAD,
500 Ga:s. LINSEED OIL,
500 Galr. Spie. TURPENTINE,
12 Do'z. -JACOB'S CORDIA1,,
60 " MUST.ANG LNI.MENT,
2 4 MEDICINE CIlESTSforFamilies
12 Doz Bmrhave's Holland BITTERS,
12 " Schallenbergus Fever and Ague
12 Dom. Osgord's India CIIOLAGOGUE
A ugusta, July 2S, 1858 3m 29
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
[lax on hand a lar. e and varied s'ek of :.l kind1s of
AND FANCY IMPOILtTFD
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
P1 CIK L ES,
CATSUPS AND SAUCES,
WIN E S,
Of all kinds. Best Havana and American
&c., &e., &c.,
WIlICH! IE WILL SELL
'WhofssaIe and Retail,
At the lowest prices, atad on liberal tern:a.
Particular attention givo n to orders.
..Augut, .luly 28, 15 3m 29_
Raw Gap Beat Company
YTOU are herebyi ordered to boe and aprenar at
your regZular paradle ground on Satturday
the I4tht August, armed and equipped as tge law
directs, for drill and intirlction.
By order ofl Capt. JOSEPf1 .\!OR RH.
Jons~ 11tv.<s, 0. S.
July 28 3t 2
Turnip Seed-Turnip Seed,
L. P EEN, A gent,, has received his usual
IWlarge and varied assortment of Turnip Seed,
which are warranted fresh and genuine, lIe has
LARGE WHIITE GLOBE,
L AIl GE NORFOLK,
R ED TOP,
. FLAT DUTCII.
Call and get, your sup~ply, as the season is now
here foi. so'wing, if you wish to raise good crops.
G. L. PENN. A gent.
House, Sian & Ornmitental Pninting !
TPIlE Subscribers take pleasure in announcingr to
.1the citirzens of Edgefield District, that tey
are ow repredto do all work entrusted to them
HOUSE AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING,
Tro a'l who may be pleased to favor us with their
patronage, we promise to give entire sati..fa'stion.
All work entrusted to us shall be executed with
depatch and in a workmanlike manner.
IOutr tertms will be reasonable. For further par
ticulars call on us at Edgefield C. II.
lE7RE~FNeE-Capt..JAs 1. Gtl'Fts and Gen.
W. C. MontOSfr, of this District.
n~y 2 1858RICHI & PAUL.
July 211858 . 28
. 2ND BRIG ADE, 1s-r Div. S. C. M.
ORE, EDEILD0 I., July 21, 1858.
T flE 10th Regiment of Infanitry will parade for
Review and Drill at Richardson's, on Tuesday
The 7th Regiment of infantry will parade at the
Old Wells, un Thursday the 19th of August.
'I he 9th Regimnetnt of Iurantry will parade at
Sprinufildo, Saturday the 21st of August.
The 8th Regimetnt of Infantry will parade at
Morrow's oia Field,on Tuesday the 24:h of August
The lbh Regimoent of Infantry will parade at
Lomax's on Thursday the 26ith of August.
The Officers and non-Cotmmissioned Officers wil-l
asenmble on the day previous to te Review for
Drill and Ins'ruetion.
Volutteer Companies will prepare for inspection.
Colonzels of Regiments are charged with the ex
tetsion ot this Ordir.
By order of Brigadier General,
I * W. C. MORAGNE
July 21, 1858 - 5 28
57The Indepewolent Press and Abbeville Dan.
ner will inseat three timnes.
Y1 B imS order from W F. Durisoe, Ordina.ry
rI shaoll proceed to sell on Tuesday the 3rd u
A ugust next, at the late residence of Win. Erogdon
deceased, all the Iprsonial Estate of said deceased
consisting in part of.
IFOUR LIKLELY NEGRtOES,
The growing Cruo, llo'nseho'd anod Kitehen Furni
turu, llorses, Cattle, hlogs, Plantation Tools an<
numerouls other art'e'es.
TLAaus-Fo~r atl sums under $20, cash; for al
sums of and over $l0, on a credit until the 25tl
llI~ecmber IS.9, with interest frbom day 'of sa'e.
d I IW. W. SA LE, Adm'or.
i uly~ 1. 8. 2-________ 28
U FEMONE..Just received Slvc Bdxes Cholr
' i LEMON-t. E. T. DAVIA~, Agent.
SMa t'o tf 19
$5,000 WORTH OF GOODS
S.GOING AT AND BELOW
COST FO O-AB'EE
The Goods -must be Sold!
NO 1IUMRTG! -MONEY WANTED!
A RARE CEEANCE FOR BARGAINS,
13EING dsirous of clsing "nt our present
Stock, preparatory for cur Fall Pupplies, we
are now offierng our ENTIRKE STOCK of
GOODS AT COST PRICES!
A LL OF OUR RICI DRESS MOODS
Anl every article in the Dry Goods i.ine we
are now selling at
G'reatly Reduced Prices.
Come, ladies and examinc our prices.. There is no
chance to do any better this 6i4e of New York.
Our large and varied assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS,
Hardware, Cutlery, &c., &c., &c.
We are also selling at COST PRICES FOR CASI.
Come. Everybody, and get hargains whiit they
are t , be had.
I'A little money will go a long ways in our
Store. W. R. & T. 8. 1 UDSON.
July 21 tf 28
I. H. STEARNS I CO,,
Connmnision Dealers in Everything
Special attention given to BUYING, SEIJING
and REPAIRING MACHINERY.
Broad Strect, near Mechanic's Bank, Augusta,
June 15 y 2-3
ICK EY & PIIIRBS, Augusta, Go.,
have just opened ONE CASE
PROITED M UL ,
W h'ch they are elosing out at
Six and a Quarter Cents per Yard.
FINE FRENCH MUSLINA,
At Twelve. and a Half Cents per Yard.
Augusta, June 14 tf 23
.LAWTON & McNEIL,
Factors & Commission Merchants,
*24 VENDUE RANGE, AND 17 AC.COMMO
Agents for DeBura's Phosphate of Lime, and
Kimberley's Animal Compost or Cereal Fertilizer.
[V Consignments of Produce solicited.
W. S. LAWTON,
-. S. McNEIL.
July 13 10858 tf 27
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WILL continue the Fact orage an d
Coinnaission Bassiness 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 Gouds or family supplies to ord-r.
Commissions for Buying or Selling will be 2A
They take this opportu'ty of returning their
thanks to their friends and patron for their libe
ral patronag, and respectfully solicit a continu
ance of the same. II. L. JEFFERS.
W. S. COTHIRAN',
JOHN COTHIR AN.
Charleston, July 10, 1858. 2m 27
IN DRY GOODS.
TAM~ES IIENEY, AUGUSTA, U \., be
sing desirous of making a change in his hu
aness, off'ers, from this date his entire Stock of
Dry Goods for Cash!
Lower than any ever oflered in this or'any othe~r
City in the South.
All persons desirous of laying ont their money
to tho best advantage, will do well to call and see
his stock. They may he sure of saving from 25
to 50 per cent , as he is determined on selling off
the entire stock of his Goox'ds by the first of Octol'er
If you want. SILK, plain or figured,.
Calt at IIENEY'S.
If yo want BAREURS, solid, cotl'd or printed,
('all at, lIENEY'd.
'If you want MUSL.[NS, while or co'ored,
f o want EM1BROIDERIES, foar ladies or Mlis
'ses, Call at hIE NEY'8.
If you want 1l103IEIIY, G1l:. RIBBONS.
BOJNN ETS, &c. Call at IlENEY'S.
If you want GTN~iIAMia, SilF~hTING. S' 'IRT
lNG4, &c. Call at. li'NE'i.
(r if youf want. any other artie'e usually found
in a Dry Goods or Millinery Store, and want thenm
at prices for cash, at which yoiu nevecr expected
to see themt, canll at iltEN EY'dS~TOR E, niext above
the Georgia Railroad Banik.
All r ersons indebted to him areeregnestedJ to
conc and set tle up.
Augusta, Jluly 12 tf 27
NEW SPRING GOODS
pIOS. P. LARU!!, A ugusta, Georgin, has
1 this dlay received a large tot of SPRING
GOO)S, and wilt continue to do so throughi the
summeznr, consisting in part, of
Lades' 8alk F xed CONGR ESS OA IT ERS,
do do dar do
do Gtovc Kid Congress do
do Colored TIPT do
do Black do -do
do Fine Phmiladelphia Kid and Morocco SLIP
Misses' F'ired Kid-Top K('SSUTHI BOOTS,3
do Kid and Morocco SLIPPERS and TIES,
Childrcs'8110O.S. of every description,
Mens' Calf Opera PUM P BOOTS,
do Goats H EELED INVINCIBL ES,
do Patent W. S. PUMPS and Oxford TIES,
do Goats B. S. do
do Calf hIS, do*
do Kid Congress GAITERS,
do Calf do do
Boys' do do do
With a variety too numerous to montion. Call
and look, as I have attentive Cferks who will be
glad to show tho Goods.
A ugusta, Geo., A pril 5 t f 13
Octagon Burial Cases
r 3HE Subscriber keep- constanmtly on hand at bla
IFurniture Roomsa, opposite the Post Olliee, *
large assortment of this new style of METALIC
BURIAL CASES, of beautiful form, and finishied
in perfect resemblance of highty polished ROSE
WOOD. Thesej CAS ES are now oxtensively used
and possess many valuable advantages over al
Coffins now before the public.
I will also keep ready for delivery -at a moment'"
warning, n tine Stock of WOO!) UOFFINS, of m:
,w manufacture, and ot all sizes, prices and quality
. JOHIN M. WITT.
Edgefleld, May 13 tf 18
My terms 'or setting META LIC BlURI AL CA
SS is Cash, but should th~e -eash not aecompan:
the order, interest wilt be charged from the day
delivery. JOIIN M. W ITT.
N. B.-Wood CoEins will be sold as formerly.
Jan. 20 tf ' 2
Edgefield Beat Company
A TT ENTION!
KJOU are herebg ordered to be andl appear
.your regular parade ground (Edtgefieltd (
I. on S.tturday, tho* 7th Atngt, armed an
eqipdas tIme law direrts, faor drill and. ins'rut
tion. By order of
CA PT. .IOHIN R. R RY AN.
JH. 14ot, 4 2.
FOR LIVER COMPLAINT, AlN
P URLI 0 iion and Physicians have decide
SARAlAR1LIA that can be oltaiped.
ingredients are well known to Physicians and l
MINEDCINES, when appropriately used, often F
Nothing more .need be said in praise of it, I
tains in addition to Rarsaparilla, the hydro-aleh
White ARh, Grey Bread, or Fringe Tree (Chioni
(Podophyllum,) and Blood Root (Ranguinaria.)
SEi-Those prefering, this Compound Preparti<
DENNIS' ALTERATIVE, OR GEORG [A SA
For sale at Edgefield C. H. by G. L. PENN a
,July 15, 1857.
cataloges sent Free.
G . G. E V A NS,
GIFT BOOK ENTERPRISE!'
439 CHESTNUT ST , PHILADELPHIA.
T IlE unparalleled succe.s which has attended
the subscriber in his distribution of Gifts to
the Million, has induced him to make large and
valuable additions to his fotmer,extensive stock
of new and popular books His new, eonplee and
classified Catalogue of Books, embracing all the
Departments of Literature, Is mailed FnEE to any
part of the country.
All Book, sold at Publishers' lowest prices, and
all the new publications of the day added voon
as issued. $500 worth-of Gifts with each 81,000
worth of Books sold ; among which are daily dis
tribnted the following:
Gold Hunting Lever Watches - - $50.00 to 14)0.00
Gold Anchor Lover Watehes - - 35.00 to 50.00
Silver Lever and Lepine Watches - - 12.00 to 25.00
Parlor Time Piecee. - - - - - 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 20.6n
l Gold Bravelets - - - - 5.00 to 15.00
" Cameo Sets - - - - - 10.00 to 15.00
" Mosaic Sets -. - - - - 12.00 to 20.00
" Florentine Sets. - -. - - 11.00 to 15.00
" Gold Pencils and Pens - - 1.50 to 10.00
G Cold Miniature Lockets - - 2.50 to 10.00
Gents' Gold Pens, with eses, - - 2.00 to 10.00
" Bosom Studs and Sleeve Buttons 2.00 to 10.00
Ladies' Breast Pins -. - - - - 1.30 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 3.51)
Ladies' Pearl Card Cases - - - 2.51) to 5.00
Portmonnies, Pocket Knives, &c. - 1.00 to 5.00
Articles of Gold Jewelry,hnd Gift Books,
notenumerated in the above, worth from 25c to $25.
One of the above named Gifts presented te 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 lie had without
charge, by calling or sending your address.
- Liberal inducements to country Agonts. Or.
ders from the country promaptly filled, and the Goods
forwarded by express or mail same day. Address,
, G. G. EVANS,
439 Chetnut street, Philadelphia, Pla.
LV TO THE PUBLI'..-As there are many
Gif t Book Stores adverdsed throughout the coun
try, Mr. EVAN- deems it just to himself and his
duty to the public-inasmuch as lie originated the
Git-Book business--o stat4, as evidence of the
instability of many such con. eruis. that they con.
oeal their real i.ames from the public, and are ad
vertising their business under assumed ones. Mr.
E1. is aware that these va'rious concerns pubiblied
as Gift Book stores, are calenlated to bring the
business established by 'himself into di~repute.
le askes of the pnblIk'a-correct judgement in re
gard to his Gift Book Enterprisefor the honor
integrity, and success of which he refers to all the
proiint pulishiers in the United Statee. Read
his Catalogue. t7
July 14,4 2
T HUE Exercises of this institution will be con
ducted under the superin-endance of the
Subscriber, this year; and lhe trusts, by strict
attention to putpils commnitted to his care to aie
satisfaction to parenis, ahd advance the pupils as
rapidly as poissible. -
Rates of Titioni.
1st Class-.Orthography, Reading and.
2nd Class-Primary Geography and the
above, - 15.00.
.rd Class-The above studies with English
Grammar. $18 00.'
4th Class-Th~e same with Algebra and
Latin and I- rench, '.5 00
Although it is desirable that pupils should hiegin
with the first. of the quarter, still, pupils will be
reciveil at all times, anti charged only for the
proportioan of the tinoil of the sessien remaining.
..M. 1;. W AR D.
A pril 14 ly 1I
Oak Grove Female Academy.
TWO MihE14S WI fthWAitD FRO0M KfltKMEY'.
X 110.4 U)..1:i I E~lll.P DiaT It lCT, i4. ('.
TilIE n) xt. S ssioni of the above naiie Acaec
myti 1 a ill cotinmence on M0 'Nlu) Y, .1 U I.V,
The usual Enaglih llranches will lie thorrolhly
tangl-.t by Miss ll'/.'ii A. PATTEN. The Pia~no
and Sinainig. Painting on Glass and otherwise, by
Terms ifor the English studIies$12,00 and $1n00
accord int to the studies taken per eessiin of five
monmbhs :Lessons ini Afusic $l8,00 the 8. ssion.
With the above named tlicient t..nebiers, the
Trsteos do not hesitate to recommnendl this School
t o the tid i confidtence of Parents and Cinrdians.
gy Rteasoonble and convenient b..ard can be
For fiurther particulars apply to either of the
DR. 1? .NDREWS,
ELBERT DEVOR E,
S. ST .\L N A K ER,
S. ST EVENS.
Kir ksey's X Roads, Jutly 13 185S 4t 27
I lE Exercises of the First Session will be
.closed on the 8th inst,. ~ After a rece~s of two
weeks, they will be resumed on the 26th inst.
JAS. H. MOR RI.S, Prin.
July itf 20
Hr lE Subscriber being desirous to move hiis
hands to the West. oflrs for wale the follow
in rprtviz: 1060 A CR ES OF FINE PINE
LANDa inEgeed District., On it is a splendid
Steam' Saw MllI and Grist 111ll,
which are doing a profitable buisinles.
One Tract contains 360 ACR ES lying on the
road leading from Cambridge to Hlamburg, on the
waters of Horse Peu Creek adjoining hands of John
Durst and others.
One Tract contains 1000 ACRES fine e'.t
tn land well improved, lying in Abbevitle District,
an the road leading f om l'ickens and Anderson toJ
Hmbo -e one mite above 'lhe Edgefield line.
IOne Trr.uet eon sins 360 ACRES In Picker.s
Ditrict, imme liately on the Rail Roa-l, 10 miles
above Old Pendleton.*
Oniylomest -ad Tract is a- splenlid STEA M
Ml Lruunng 3 setts of rocks, SA W MIL L &e
I offer fur sale this Mill with 50 Aere. of L.aad.
The Homestead iis on the- road leading from~
Camridlge to Abbeviile C. H , four mnies below
An' person wishing to purchase is regnested to
examine. Bargains can be had, and the terms will
be mae ~ J. Y. L. PARTLOW.
J1uy 71858 3m . 26
A DAKER COUNTY
Pl-antation for Sale.
INE of the BE-,T,the PRETTIEST and H E AL
fTIHIE -T PLANT ATION8 in South Western
Georgia, containing T350 Acres,' of which 526
are In cultivatlen, and cleared 4r' the last three
years. Alt the houses, necessary to a Plantation,
with the fences, are new, having been erected in
the above time.
If needed, provisions -aind stock can he par.
chased with the place. Futher information can
NwnBaker Co., Ga., June 1 8m1* 21
Butler Lodge, No 17..0.F.
STU E Regular meetings of this Lodgi
willI he' held hereafter in their NEM
IIA LL, Dy orde'r of the N. G.
Jul, 27, it - .'80
D TO PIRIFV TUE BLOOD.
i that this i.4 the PIEST PREPARATION of
it. sells readily and gives great satisfaction. Its
I ple at the South, to be (OOD, and 0001)
C GREAT ClIRES.
han to publish what it. is composed (if. It con
aolie extract of Queen's Delight, (Stillingia,)
ithus) Tincturp of May Alpple, or Mandrake,
> f1 Sarsaparilla, should express in their rdters
ndl )rs. A. 0. & T. .1. TE ,UE.
T1 HE Poprietor of this well known and popu.
lar H[OTEL lakes peculiar pleasure in an.
nouncing to his friends and the travelling public
generall-, that this Houe is open for the reception
.of company, ;md that his whole e.,ergies will noe
put into requisition to gratify the wants of each
and.all who may favor him with their patronage.
The onse lots jnst been thoroughly repaired,
and the Roons and Furnitutre ptt hi excellent con
dition for the S,,ring and suinmer season.
My Tablewill be turnished with the best, that
can he had, and presided (over by one skilled in
the culinary department-nnd in short, everything
requisite to gratify the taste of the epicurean will
be supplied In atundance. The servant-, of the
CAROLINA HOTEL aie noted ror their polite and
attentive character, and are ever in attendance Lo
obey the wishes of my Guests.
New STABLES have recettly been built, which
are commodious and complete, and Horses left in
my care will receive kind and careful treatment.
'thanktul for past eneonragement and patron
age, I respectfully solicit a cuntinuance of th- same.
JOHN A. MA YS.
W The travelling conmuniby are notifled that
they and their bagage will he conveyed, at a mo
ment's warning, without charge, to the Carolina or
Georgia Depots. J. A. M.
Hamburg, May 3 1M85 - f 16
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
Esteemned French Specific Cordial,
is the mo t reliab!e and effectual rem, dy for ob
taining a perft et eure in the shortest tite that has
e'er been known. not matter whetber the Case is of
20 years, or only 8 lays standing.
The CORDIAL is agreeable to the stomach and
will, it followed according to directions, and the
instruments properly u: ed, u. ver fail to eflbct a
cure permanent. As it is rather a delicate subjectI
to bring thus before the public, I deen it inexpe
dient to insert any of the many References. A
Utial of the Medicine.will speak fopr itself.
.11 private communicatiuns will be promptly at
tetided t. , fri e gratis.
- Price $3 for all necessaries, forwarded frce (
charge to any part of Georgia, aouth Carolina far
W' All or,.ers must be addressed to F. .1.
Delker, at V. La Taste's New M holesale and Re
tail Drug or zee.l Stoie, Aueusta, Ga., Wholeiale
Depot tor F. J. Delker's Celebrated Bed Bug De
st.royer and Philadelphia Balm.
Augusta, Jlune 80 1858 8m 5
T HE Subscribers return their thanks to their
kind patrons for the liberal support they
ae received, and respectfully solicit a con-inu
ac of that, generous patronage.. .
Thtey state with confidepce now thiat they are
WELL PREPARED to carry on the ,.
Coach flaking and Repairing Business!
In its various branches. Their' work shall he ex
scuted in a durable, hantdsomue, style and by work
men skilled itn their respecctive tradIes.
We have andl intend a'ways keeping on hand a
large and fine asso'rtme~nt 6f'
CAIRlAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKA WAYS, &C,
Of the our own inannufacture-beatiful to behokd
and of mutchi value to the lucky purchaser.
We will also keep constantly in our Establish
m'ent a full Stock of Northern BUGGIES and
CARRIAGES, of .superior manufacture.'
gr All sorts of R EPAIRING done in the best
maner. and with the greatest dispatch.
IgCall and examinte our Stock. Our prices
have beent put down to corriaspond with the hard
tims. SMI1TH &. JONES.
D~ec 2! tf 50
'Eroac1 St. .A.I2g1.ta, Ga.
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
A T Wl[OLESALE~ AND)~ RETAL. a
'.)'~((~( Wol:THI of the :above Gwal'a,
aGUJUUU cairel'nly selaetaed from thme b.wst
blanf.ireuri, atnd comnpri'aing
Every Description in the Trade,
Whch will be asold at a ve-ry aall ad vace on Cost.
I nadition to thae aive, I bave on hand,
5,000 Pair ThliekloSlaoe,
Slightly damaged lby getting wet, and will be sold
gr Thai Subscriber saolicits a call from his Soauth
Carolina friends befiore purcahasing elsa-where.
gg TrEaMS --Retail, CA S11L Wholesale, time
with approved paper. No second price asked.
.. Under U. S. Ihotel, 4ugusta, Ga.
A ugusta, Ga., Oct 14 tf 40
20,000 Lbs. BACON
JST RECEIYED FRO0M EAST TENN4ESSEE,
TilS LARGE LOT IS PRONOUNCED
" E X0E LSIO R,"
BY ALL. GOOD JUDGES OF GOOD BACON.
A CHOICE LOT OF
EXTRA RIBBED SIDES,
FOR FAMILY USE.
SUPERFINE TENNESSEE HAMS,
Wich itt point of quality, size and price, cannot
be surpassed by any one
Thme publilic aire carntestly itnvited to examaine this
lot or Baconc, which chtallentges comparison with
any liacon every othered in this or any other
snarket. Calm-ad look at it whether you wrish to
buy or not. W. R. & T. S. RUDSON.
.luly 'I - tf 26
E XECUTOR'S NOTICE.-Those persons
indebated to the Estate of A brah .ta Kilcase,
dee'd., are hereby notified that they must pay the
same by or before the 15th September neCxt, other
wise they will bave to settle with my Attorney.
Those having demands against said I~state will
render themo In, properly attested, without delay.
.. A. TALBERtT, Ex'or. -
July 7 ... mL
NJOTICE is hereby given that application will
be made at the next ses'sion of the L~egisla
ure, for a C'harter for a Road to run from the
Lutheran Church, on Edisto, to intersect thte Co
lubia Road at ornear Col. John Hulot's, two and
a half miles from Edgetteld Village.
May Ca 3m 16____
NOTICE is hereby given, that application
LIwill be mn ide to the Legislature at iti next see
a on, for a release of all the right and interest ,i
the state in the Escheated Property of Charles
McGregor, deceased, to Jamnes 8. Henderson and
.July 20 1958 3m ' 28
NO ICE !-AlI persons indebted to the Eit.
late of George McD. Rear-den are requ..rted
to make immediate settlemtent; mand those haiving
detmads against the Estate will pleas.e preteni
them forthawitha properly attested.
E. P. U1 IRKSRYA.
jifTheFriendsof Col. JAlMES P. CARROLl
respectfully present him as a Candidate for th
State Fenate at the eoaning eleetlon.
I-T We are authorized. to announce len. JOHN
R. WEVEI as a candidate for State Senatoi tc
represent Edgeiel.lPistrict in the next Legislature
July 14, I8S. 27
g Tne Priends of WILLIAM GRE6G, Esq.,
respectfnlly announce him as a Candidate for Fen
ator at the next election.
Pe 1 *4
fT The Friends of J. HAMPDEN BROOKS,
Esq., respectfully present him a,; a Candidate for
the State Legislature at its next Session.
gL Tur Friends of Maj. ABRAMI JONES re
spectfully present him as a Candidate for re-elee
tiei to the Atate Legislatnre.
Mar 10 to* 9
ITThe Friends of Col. JOHN I1UIET re
speetfully nominate him as a Candidate for a Feat
In thit Hlonse of Representatives at the next eler
fT Tn friends of Dr. H. R. COOK, respect
fully :.nnonnea him as a Candidato frr a seat In
the House of Repesertatires at the net election.
ggTur Friends of Mr. WADE HOSTEIN,
respectfully nominate him as a Candidate for elee
.ion to a Sent in the next Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
ggWE are authorized by the friends of Col.
JAMES,TOMPKINS to annonnee 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 Legislatnre at the easuing election.
April 7 to*. 13
g- We are authorized by the friends of Maj.
A. L. DEAMiNG, to nomintte him as a Candidate
f'oa seat in the Hou;e of Representatives at the
April 7 . to 13
97 The friends of M. W. GARY, Esq., present
him as a Candidate for the State Logislature at the
Mar. 31. to* 12
Wg TuE Friends of W. W. ADAMS, Euq., re
spectfully prtent him as a candidate for the State
Legislature at its next Session.
Mar 23 to* 1
W. W. SALE,
LOBERT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
. EDMUND PENN,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
'or Tax Coflletor.
CHAS. X. MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M1. W. LYLES,
FE. WV. HORN,
E. B. FOREST,
W. F. DURISOE,
T3HE~ L AW firm of TOMPKINS & BUTLER
I. is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The unfinished busimess will be carried on in the
ame of the Yirnm. R W. TOMPKINS,
M1. C. BUTLER.
May 15, 1858. 3t 25
M. C. B UT LE R,
A TTO0R NE Y A T L AW,
Office In Law Range,
EDGEFIELD C. U., S. C.
May 15 itf 23
CARROLL & TOMPKINS,
[AV E this day formed a Partnership for the
1~.P CT[CE or LA W and 1-QUITY.
.1 P. CAIRL~tIL,
IR. W. TO.\PEINS.
Edgefleid, \'ay 15, tf 2
A ESSRS. GARY & DOZIER have
ithsis ay~ forme-d a Prtnemship for the Prae
tice of LA W and EQI' lTY.
One or thec other ait at! times in the~ Omehe, near
the Court liouse.
I. WV. OAav. - JAS:U -\. Pozrra
Edgefi .1, .lune 9 ___tf
T HI E Undeersigned having formed a partnership
in inhe PRAC ICE of L4W and EQUITY
for Elgeleki DistrictL, wilt givo prompt and dili:
gent attention to alt b~usiuness entrusted to their
The re'sidlence of Mr. Ow.N is at Barnwell C.
l-that of Mr. SEmnIm.s at Edgefield, F. C.
EM MET ?FEIBELS,
WV. 3. OWENS.
May 20 tf 20
A C A A
SB. GRIFFIN, Attorney r.t L AW and
. Solticitor in EQUiTY, will attend' punctually
to all business eunrsted to his care.
He may bc found at all times either in the Oflice
of the Commissioner in Equity, or in his own
Otie ihumediately In roar of the Court House.
EDGFIELD C. 11., May It), 188* f4
E. II. YOUNGBLOOD,
.A.ttorzaOe at Zaaw,
WiLL attend promptly to all business jlaced
Tin his hands.
Eg"Oflice at Edgefield C. HI., S. C.
May 19 tf 19
WIXTLL attend promptly to all business of the
Vprofession entrusted to his care.
OFics, Edgefield 0. H., 8. C.
ArIl 601858 tf ' 13
' hilE Subscriber having furnished himself with
a license to use this NEW PROCESS of
ISERTING AET~IICIAL TEETH,
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, with
in assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a
closer resemublanee to the natural organ., than can
be realized by any other method. Its perfect pu.
rity cleanliness, freedom fr'-m all taste, or galvanie
sensation, durabiit, .comfort and seeuriy a
amng the advantages claimed fur this SUPEIOQI
mode of setting Artiicial Teeth.
June 24, tf 24_
THgOS. .I. A C. U. M OIS E,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE A MO0ISE,
- No. T, Wayne Street,
I CiIARLESTON, S. C.
Jan 27 ty . ._.. - ..
t'ECUTOR'S NOTICE.--All person:
Lhaving demands against the Estate of D. F
IHollingworth, dec'd., are notified to render ii
their aceounts, p~roperly attested, by Thursday thm
6th day of A ugust next., as the Executors miten
to settle up the Estate in thme Ordinary's oc6c a
Edlgefield 0. H., on that day. Look out that ynu
I'accounts are not deby-ro gl nebted t
saId Estate malt nge, agangemenits to settle u
J. HO RLLINASWORTl,, ( DK'O
J.p~l2 j*.I WALKER. .
S P E C I L C AkE
GRAY & TURLY,
H ~A ut reeived. fromu New Yor, antother,
Hint of those PINEC WHILE RRILLIANT.9,
at I:li e,-nts per yard.
Also, leah.-lla, Jo1nannah aind Carolioe Wh'te
Ladit a' Mlarseilles COLLARS and SHITSi, Writh
white and Colored;
Birmingham and lftref..litan Extension hOOP
I Iloak Silk MITTS, both long and short, with
ard without lingers;
An entirely nev and huidasom. lot.of RIBBON.9,
for Ladies' ltnewts;
Firty pies fine IRISH LINEN,.to be C'da by
the piee ,l.y, at ,xtrsordinuany 1,.w p-ia.
DA MAItS1, DMYLIES, NAPMIN63;
TOWEIS erash and linen I.
REETING. at prices thst euatnot al inieom
mand a quick sale.
These in want of suoh Goods would do. 11 to
Auguta,.lne 14 tf 93
THOMAS J. FOGARTY,
DRUGGST & APOTHECARY,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA IfOTEL,
Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
, 'ULD respectfully call the attention of Plan
ters, Mer -hants a-,d Physielans to his freshs
ind unadulterated stock of
Drup, Medicines and Chemicals,
AND ALL OTHER ARTICLE4 TX I18 LINE.
I feel assured that no House In this City or eL.
where can offer a stock superior in (RNUINX.
NESS. PURITY, or on more REASONAZBIE
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED I
All officinal preparations put up under the au
pervision of araduates of the London and Dublin
Colleges of Pharmacy, and 'in strict conformitl
with the formularies of the United States Phar
macopeia.-My stock of
FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS,
IKdr, Tooth, Paint and Wal Brushes,
&t., &c., &c.,
is at all times complete. I would also call atten
tion tit my stock of
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Varnishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BURNING FLUID, &C,
whicir I pro-iise to sell 10 per tent LOWER than
any House in this City.
Any artic!e sold by me, which does not give
satisfaction, the mon y will be returned and ex
pences paid in all casos.
Agent for Sherman's Patent Truss and
the only depot for genuine Sweedish LERfles
in the City.
sr~oliciting a visit before purchasing else
where, I feel confident that the inducements of
fered both in lownes of price and punctuality in
attendig to orders, will recure a portion of your
!TRem ber my S-re is under the Au;pusta
Ho:el, Augusta, Ga.
THOMAs J. FOGA.RTY.
Augusta, March 3o 'y 1:1
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC, kC, &e.
r HE Subsclvriber after rtain1ing thanks in their
riend, in EDGEFIELD and adjoining Dip
tricts, for their libesal'ratr.suage during: th'iat
ten years, won'd informs them thast thesy still eon
tinue to keep en hanl a lage assortment -of
from the celebrated manufsstories of R AV EN BAg"
CON & CO., H AZE LTON, BROS., sand A. I.
GA LE & (0., New York, for whsom they are sole
Agents. TI'se Instruments )alling already uon -
such far famed eelebritg,'it-is '031' udeustsir -for us
to repeat that- for'ringth, dsurabliy anishla,
together wsths posee--, depth, satee ansft
neae of lone, they challenge competition. Prsons
woull.1 do much better to call ansd select from a large
assortment, thanr by dealing with Pedlars arid Agenta
of' inferior miakers, w here they have nso choice, and
hasve of~en to pay highe: prices for ln''erlor ine
meats, than fine ones of superiore makers can -be
bought- for. Every PIANO PORTE suld by us is
warranted in every respeot, so the purchaser runs
no risk whatever. Pe'rssons ordering from a distance
from us can de-pend upon getting a GOOD A.
TICLE, s we make it a point to keer goods of tho
best qu-iiy and such as we can recommend asstI
warrant. in every rsts'eet.
The~r stsoek of MUTSIC is very laege and they.
aire .onlstantly receiving Nil new pieces as they ae
published. .GOITA R and V'IOLIN STRINOS of
the h.+t quality alwasys on hanud.
Thecy would n's, call attention to their Isarge
School and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery
rid other artieb-s.-A LO
Always on hand the lasrgest ssortment in thse State
of G'U IT A R S. YlOLINr4, ACCORDEONS,
FLIUTES, FL AGEOLECTS, VIOLIN BOW8,&o,
and every arth-le sof 'Musical Merehandlise
Car'hsrt's and Needhamt's and PrinieL' celebrated.
ACCOR I)W.)NS ansd V'lOLINS repaired inise
All or the above nrticles sold at low prices for
Cash or City acceptances by
OiKO. A. OATES & BROTH ER.
Broad Stree.t, Agusta Ga., bttsteni U. S., and
A pril 7 1858 ________13
WEE HAVE JUST RECEIVED a
very large assortment of
FRENCH! WORKED COLL \RA,
SWISS AND .1ACONEST BANDS,
SWI84 AND .IACONET TRIMMINGS,
SWISS AND J A CONET FLOUNCINOS,
Plain and Emb'd iN EN COLLA RS.
Larste assortment Plains and Emb'd L. C. HDEFN,
Rich Chanstilly LACE YElLS, new styles.
Rich Silk and Lace MANTILL AS;
Rich Organdie MUSLINS;
Low-prieed L AWNS;
Plain and Check NAIN800K8;
" - "JACONETS;
" " CAMBRIC8; .
-" * " MtULLS.
Theset GOODS) baving been recently bought at a
great reduction on the market prie, will be sol
corresponidingly low, and a portion of theisn bay
lug been bought of the manufacturer about 50 per
cunt less than they could have been bought at any
auctiotn sale. they wilt b-: sol lower thban tlse same
qudlity.uf GOODS1) have ever bseen ofrered at. in this
city. Our stock is otherwise well assorted, and
of'era rare attractions ins the way of LOW Pill
CES. All of a hichs we will be pleased to exhibit
at our ONE PRI.CB STOR E.
BROOM R NORRELL.
August,S, Jne 3O88 tf 25
R ANAWAY from the Subscriber's mother,
about the lIst April last, his likely Mulatto
boy RICHitOND, about 21 years old, and about~
5 feet7 or 8 inches high. Uis color is tolerable
bright and his hair pretty straight, and wor
when he left a moustache. He is intelligenst andi
tolerably quick spoken. He~ has been raised in
the house, and is a valuable dining-room stervant
and stood ostler.
It is supposed be is lurking about son~e of the
neighboring cities,-elther Hamburg, Augusta.
Charleston or Columbia. Thbe above reward wl)
be paid fur his apprehension unsd delivery .In any
.ill so that I may get hsim. And any informnathum
eeneeruing him will be thankfully received.
- T. N. LUNDY.,
LV'Tge .ugussta Cpanshltatier~alist and Chrls
tuuocur ilpes copy wee~dy for .one
tLOUR AND CORN MtAL--Can he
had. at may use for Cesk.
Lqalhe...ua 5ala. Uner ERn. &. II