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EdOed Female Collegiate
HE Exorcises of this Institute wore resumed
on the 2nd day of August, under the man
' MISS A. J. R. MEARS, PRINCIPAL. *
The Scholastic year is divided into two Sessions
of ffive months each. The first Session will end
on the 16th July. The second will commence on
the 2nd day of August and end on the 17th day
The RATES OF TUITION are as follows:
In the Primary Department, including Spel
ling, Reading, Writing, 'Arithmetic, Eng
lish Grammar, Geography, and Vocal Mu
sie, per Session,.................$12,50
Inthe CollegiateDepartment, 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 Session.............10,00
In the Ornamental Department,
For Music on Piano, per Session...... 25,00
For Drawing and Painting in Water Col
ors, per Session ...................10,00
Embroidery Chenille upon Satin, per Ses 10,00
Embossed Embroidery, i 10,00
Tnfting, " 10,00
Hair Work, " 10,00
Grecian Painting, " 10,00
Oriental Painting, " 10,00
Pastel Painting, " 6,00
Students of Music on the Piano will be charged
$3 per Session for u-o of Piano, to pay expense of
keeping instruments in tune.
Each pupil will be charged $1.50 per Session to
defray contingent expenses, for fuel, &c.
W"Tuition bills due and payable at the end of
The Institute will be furnished with three Pi
anos in three separate rooms of the Institute build
ing for the use of the pupils.
Vocal Music is deemed by thd Proprietors to be
a necessary part of every young lady's education,
hence singing is made a part of the regular exer
cises of the Institute, and the whole Schodl will be
exercised in Vocal music as often as twice a week.
W. W. ADAMS,
S. W. NICHOLSON.
At the close of the year a Catalogue will be pub
lished embr.ieing the names of all the pupils in at
tendance during the year, with an engraving of the
buildings and pretnises.
Edgefield, S. C., Aug 11, 1858. tf 81
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GA,,
HE NEXT ANNUAL COURSE uf Lectures
in this Institution will begin on the first
Monday in November next, with an
Introductor. Lecture by Prof. JoNE.
Emeritus Prof. of Anatomy-G. M. NEWTON,
Anatomy-H. F. CAMPBELL, M. D.
Surgery-L. A. DUGAS, M. D.
Chemistry and Pharmacy-JOS. JONES, M. D.
Institutes and Practice-L. D. FORD, Ni. D.
Physio!ogy and Pathological Anatomy-H. V.
M. MILLER. M. D.
Materia ledica, Therapeutics and Medical Ju
risprudence-I. P. GARVIN, M. D.
Demonstrator of Anatomy-ROBERT CAMP
BELL, M. D.
Assistant Demonstrator-S. B. SIMMONS, M. D
Prosector to the Professor of Surgery-H. W.
D. FORD, M D.
Curator of aHuseum-T. P. CLE AVELAND.
Tickets for the whole Course........$100 00
Matriculation (to be taken once)...... 5 00
Practical Anatomy (to be taken once) 10 00
For further information, apply to any member
of the Faculty, or to the undersigned.
I. P. GARVIN, Dean.
Aug. 11, 1$58 6t 31
Kings Mountain Military School.
Major NI. JENKINS, Principals.
Capt. A COW ARD,5
T HE Exercises of this School will be resumed
on the 1st day of september, 1858.
Terms for next Session of four Months.......0,00
PA YABLE IN ADVANCE.
-Letters of Application directed to the Princi
pals, care (of Capt.-A. Coward, Charleston, S. C.,
up to September 1st.
Aug. 11, 185 8 2t 81
A SPLENDID Tract of LAND, twelve miles
I.West of Abbeville C. H., containing
Four hundred and Sixty Acres,
2C0 of which is Woodland, finely timbered-bal
ance in a high state of cultivation, most of it
-fresh new-ground, with~about Fifty Acres of Creek
Bottoms. Also, a Tract containing
Three Hundred Acres,
(Which can be bought exceedingly low,) with a
fine Two-Story Dwelling, and othber necessary out
buildings. Also atiother Tract of
Four Hundred Acres,
Which can be bou;ht low, and on accommodating
Purchasers will do well to look at these Lands.
A. M. SMIThI.
Aug 11 8t 31
Swan k Co,'S Lotteries Triumphant.
SWAN & CO.
Continue to Draw as usual without
BW.A.Er ce Or
LOTTERIES ARE LEG AL, AND AUT HORIZED
BY THE bT ATE OF GEORGIA.
The late attempt to injure
Our firm has slbwn
That our Lotteries are dlrawn fairly ;
That our Prizes are paid punctually ;
And that our Schemies
Are more liberal thtan any othier Lottery
In the world.
'THE following Scheme will be drawn by S.
SWAN & CO., Managers of the SPARTA
ACADEMY LOTT.ERY, in each of their Sitigle
Nunibert1otteries for A utust 1858, at A UGUSTA,
Georgia, in public, under the sulserintendence of
Class 27 Draws Saturday, August 7, 1858.
Class 28 Draws Saturday, August 14, 1858.
Class 29 Draws Saturday, August 21,1858.
Class' 30 Draws Saturday, August 28, 1858.
ON THE PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
- 50,000 Tickets!
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS
TO DE DnAwN
EACH SATURDAY IN AUGUST 1
1 Prize of....... 70,000 4P~e f.... $0
1 Prize of....... s ,0'% 'i~ ....... J
1 Prize of...... 10.000 4Irzs0'..... 1
1 Prize or....... ,000 4Pie r..... u
1 Prize of........ 4,0. 4 0, izmo...... 0
- Prize if.......... :3,11I00Pie .f.....U4
1 P'rize of........ 1,00 10Piso.....
4 Przesof . ,110 I214 Prizes of..........$90
4 Pizs f *4) .jirui'Lfl t Priz0es 1f............604U
4 Przesof 10 " 4Pr esf.......... nr 1 U0
4 Pr~es of 2:04 Prz . ........... ar 0
4 L're of 1550 Prze 0(...........e 500
4 Pries uf 104)0 Prze 4 ....... ...r.ear 440
4 Pr~ze of 70 Prizes41 of ...... .... 125
4 Prizs of . ..- - . 1,0 2 ,8Prirzes of..... . 0
4 ,0 Prizes of $40 Appox ..g.o...0..Piz.ae 100,
,48 Prizes ountin0 t.-."....0.riz..r.62000
4hl Prizes $0"."10,0Hl005 Qurie r S2,u0
4m' P crie f 1 w00 t.- pta o the 4.tt ries wrel4be
4 riiaez cage s wil be"l at0 th~es iwiares,
whiPhias he ri -"sk,5'Pizsar -
5,00tlfies f 1ge o f te- al................. .., 0
etlcaeo Praes amotn are to................ 2o
WhaOle g Tickets or, ae C5,Qurties c2,50
E cirulr oen the mpeytoraddns for the ITtiesoril erd
eoan oneil' dsihu thf rein befradet. Irs at
scbertifican bfackagices ig n soy h folingu thes,
whic iThe List of:rw ubr n Pie ilb ~n
~aCeridmte f iPackag of ter h.e drawing.......
- WCer~aer akg ofl tlens rite Tirsi.............4
Clert embic atefPc eo enr Qre Ticket.... a........20i
3nl prdzeriong00 Tacetd orerifledatelaft,
tEdn-othemne toris addeusuafo the ofTiketyodered,
on recif comuictions sily cnfoadedbyal.rtma
Purchaet fonhr Tickets redingine an bue atheuma
det the Liost of lbDrin ha Nmech n Pies wilil be en
t nbher bimedateater thr drawing.ttheglolg -
Purchaserswaill peltae wrlite theisgtre plam~tl
aihnd theirPstb Onewor Dimmty an State. Mis.
elatonembennhr tateer Pries adawnan payab (in.
Te raeingoher przsa h *itieo hrya
Aune comuiatos ticlycn0eti
grodes orTieet o Crticaesca beadrese
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., -
Ilsa on hand a larue and varied stwck of all kinds of
AND FANCY IMPORTFD
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
CATSUPS AND SAUCES,
Of all kind. Ent Havana and American
&c., &c., &c.,
W1IlCH 11E WILL SELL
Wholesale and Retail,
At the lowest prices, and on liberal terms.
Particular attention given to orders.
Augusta, July 28, 1858 3m 29
CLARKE & ROYAL,
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, &c.,.
H AV E always on hand a LARGE and GOOD
Stock of EVERY VARIETY. In our as
sortment may be found a!l qualities, from the cheap
est to the finest articles.
We will use all endeavors to please those who
may favor us with a call.
We will have on hand a large lot of PLANTA
TION BROGANS and hOUSE SERVANT
SH OES, some of which will be as -good as the best.
Augusta, Aug. 4,1858 2n 30
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, Aug 4 3m* 30
WILLIAM H TUTT,
WHOLESA L E
(Opposite Augusta Hotel,)
AS in Store a very extensive stock or PURE
DRUGS, FAMILY and PLANTATION
MKDICINES. PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW
GLASS, &c., the quality and price of which he
warrants equal to any in the Sou:h. A call fron
rchsers is respectfully solicited.
He has now on hand
500 Onees Sulph. QUININ E,
50 Lbs CiHLOROFORM,
50 Ounces MORPHINE,
100 Lbs. TURKEY OPIUM,
10 BhiI.. No. I CASTOR OIL,
2,000 Lbs EPSOM SA LTS,
10,000 Lbs. P'URE WhITE LEAD,
500 Gals. LINSEED) 014,
500 Gal'. Spts. T(URPEN.TINE,
12 Duz. -IA COWS CORDIA L,
60 " MUSTANG LINIMENT,
2 " MIEDICINECilESTSforFamilies
12 D~oz Berhave's Hlollad BI'TTERS,
12 " Schallenbergus Fever and A gue
12 Doz. Oa'gord's India CHOLAGOGUE.
A ugusta, July 2$, 1858- 3m 29
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.
TRAYED from the residence'
of WV. Ei Clark, near Cole
ran's X Roada', a small white ,fA~~
HUND SLUT, with red cars
and a few red spots over her body. Said Slut
strayed fronm W. E. Clark about the 5th, July.
The above reward will be paid by the Suabscri
ber on her delivery to himt at Curryton, or any
nformation concerning her thaankfull~y received
J. F. CURRY.
Aug4 tf 80
O17 The Newberry Sun will please copy three
times and forward account to this office.
-S UPERFINE NEWV FLOUR--Just
received from Dr. E. Andrews, a load of his
EWY FLOUR, fre-sb ground and warranted of sua
peror qutality. and for sale for cash, by
' E. PENN, Agent.
Aug. 4 tf 30
(I ALE WBEAT FOR SALE.-The
LTX Subscrit er has 150 Bushels superior GA LE
WhlEA T, which be will sell at $1,25 per bushel
liered at Edgefilk C. HI., or at his plantation.
SAug4 4t 30
Pay or be Sued!
ALL~ persons indebted to the Subscribecrs, either
Iby Note or A ccount, are notifled that they
are expected to pay the same, by or b. fore return
ay next-otherwise their accounts and notes will
e pland' in the hands of our A ttorney, S. l1.
Griflin, Esq , for collection. This is fair warning,
and yo~u that are interested, would do well to take
Mu oie ~ ARKERT & OOTTSCHIALK.
A ug. 4,18',8 tf 3
State of South Carolinia,
EDG EFIELD DISTRICT,
iN ORDINA RY.
Richard Berry, A pplicant,
Edncy Moseley, Prt, for Par.
John Delaughter and wife and j
ITapern to my satisfaction that Johni De
Taulhcarn Edis wife Julia, Defendants in the
abovc stated case, reside without the limits of
this State, It is therefore ordered and decreed that
they do appear and object to the division or~sale
of the Real E-tate of -Jane Berry, doc'd., on or
before the 31st October next, or their consent to
the same will be entered of record.
W. F. DURISOE, o.E D.
Ordinary's Office, Aug 2, 1868. 3m 30
STATE OF SOUTHI CA ROLINA,
B Y WV. F. D)URISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Samuel Raul, hath applied to me
for Letters of Administration, on all and singular the
ols and chattles, rights and credits of William
~aillate s'f the Distract aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admoanish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of th~euaidl deceas
ed, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edge-field
C. H., on the 16th day of Auru-,t just., to show
cauae,if any, why the said admninistration should not
Given onader my hand and seal, this 2nd day o
August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-eighat, and in the 83d year of Amert
can Independence. W.FDU SE,.E..
August 4, 2t ' 30
NOTECE-All persons indebted to me will
Lind their Notes in the hands of ilr. William
Spires o~f llanmburg-anid to save east they moust
settle before return day of next October Court.
Wl. C. BEWLEY.
~amburg, A ugust 4, 1858 3t 30
OTICE,-The Debtors and Creditors of
Wmn. Foy, Decease4, are hereby notified to
meet me in thte Opdinary's Ollice at Edgefleld C.
II., on the 2nd Moendny in October next, as a final
setleent will be made on--he Estate at that time.
E. N. FOY, Adm'or.
Aug.A 41858 Ut 30
$5,000 WORTH OF GOODS
GOING AT AND BELOW
C O T 0g PO L V.AL MB21E"
The Goods must be Sold!
NO IIU.\LBUG!-MONEY WANTED!
A RARE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS.
BEING desirous of closing out our present
Stock, preparatory for our Fall Supplies, we
are now ofi'ering 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
NOTS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS,
Hardware, Cutlery, &c., Ae., &c.
We are also selling at COST PRICES FOR CASh.
Come, Everybody, and get bargains whilst they
are to be had.
rrA little money will go a long ways in our
Store. W. R. & T. S. HUDSON.
Ju!y 21 tf 28
E, PENN, Agent,
ITAS Just received a supply of the PRINCESS
LRdOYA L LOOPED EXTENSION
To which lie would respectfully invite the atten
tion of the Ludies. This SKIRT is of late inven
tion, and for beauty and utility far surpasses any
thing of the kind ever of'ered 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 AIDJ US
T ABLE SKIRT with a new and simple A DJUS
TABLE BUSTLE, free from any incumbrant
The Ladies are invited to call and examine this
new and most desiruble article .which is meeting
with rapid sale.
June 23 tr 24
WATCH MAK ER!
THE Subscriber having purchased the premises
.formerly occupied by Mr. H1. A. GRAY, as a
Watch repairing shop, is now prepared to do all
kinds of work in connectk n with
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and
Having secured the services of a FIRST CLASS
WATCH MAKER, and being a practical Clock
Maker himself, he hopes to give entire satisfaction.
All work done at him shop is *arranted, and if
it fails to give satisfaction, the money will be re
All persons leaving work with him mayedepend
upon getting it at the time promised.
P. S.-A Regulator, that will keep exact time,
will be kept running in the shop. Persons desi
ions of obtaining the true time can be accomoda
ted at any hour in the day.
F. HI. CANDEE.
April 0 1858 tf 13
Butler Lodge, No 17 .O..F.
THE Regular meetings of this Lodge
will be held hereafter in their NVEW
HALL, By order of the N G.
luly 27, tf 80
2 BRIOADE. is- Div.. . C. M.
EneDo EEL C. II., July 21, 1858.
RDER, NO. 1
TIIE 10th Regimr.nt of infantry wl:l parade for
Review and Drill at Richardson's, on Tucsday
The 7th Regiment of Infantry will parade at the
Old Wells, on Thursday the 19th of A ugust.
The 9th Regiment of Inrantry will parade at
Springfie-ld, Saturday the 21st of' August.
The 8th Reeiment of Infantry will parade at
orrow's Old Field,on Tuusday the 24lh of August
The 6th Regliment- of Infantry wIll parade at
omax's on Thursday the 26th of August..
The Officers and non-Commissioned Officers will
asseble on the day previous to the Review for
Drill and Instruction.
Vilunteer Conmpanies will prepara for inspection.
Colonels of Regiments are charged with the ex
tension of this Order.
By order of Brigadier General,
WV. C. MORAGNE
July 21, 1858 5St2
ET The Judepen-lcnt Press ad A bbeville Ban
cr will insert three timies.
9i'n R EG IMIENT, S. C. Ml.
Tecx xa's Poyu, July 31, 1858.
A ACCOR DING to ain order fro'm Blrig Gen. W.
C. Moragne, the NINTil REGI.MENT of
narantry will assemble at Springfield, near Mrs.
unso's, on Saturday the 21st day or August
next, for lDrill and Review.
Officers anid non-Commissioned Ofileers will as
eble on the day pirevious for Drill and inlstrulction.i
Lint. Cot. Corl-y and Maj. Burton. are chargedl
titi the extension of this order to their respective
By order of Col. J. W. TOMPK INS.
MAr. Moss, A dj't.
A ug. 4 -___ 3t___30
7-rn R EOIMENT, S. C. M.
Cives' CaEEK, July 31. I858.
IN Pursuance of an order from Gien. Mioragne,
Ithe 7-ra R EGIM ENT of Innsutry will paradet at
the Old Wells, on Thunrhday the 19th of A ugust, for
Drill and Retview.
Coimnisionied and non-Commnissio'ned Officers
will asseitble the day previous foir Drill and [nstrue
tion. By order of Col. D). L. SILA W.
F. M. COtexiAN, Adj't.
A ug. 4 _3t 30
Haw Gap Beat Company
YOU arc hereby ordered to be and apipear at
Eyour regular p)arade ground on Saturday
the 14th August, armed and equipped as the law
directs, for drill and instrucetion.
y order of Capt. JOSEPR MORRIS.
John REESE, 0. S.
July 28 3t 29
Octagon Burial Cases
T HE Subscriber koeps constantly on hand at his
LFurniture Rooms. opposite the Post Office, a
large assortument of this new style of METALIC
BURIA L CASES, of beatiful form, andl fnished
in erfect resemblance of highly polished ROSE
WOOD. . These CASKS arc now extensively used
and possess nmany valuable advaintages over all
Coffins nowv before the public.
I will also keep rady for delivery at a moment's
warning, a fine Stock of WOOD COFFINS, of my
own manufacture, and of all uizes. prices anid quality.
J011N MI. WITT.
Edgefeld,.May 13 tf 18
My terms for selling MIETA LIC BURIAL CA
SESis Cash, but ,.hould ti.e cash not accompany
the order, interest will be ehargeid fronm the day of
delivery. JOllN M. W ITT.
N. B..-Wood Coflins will be sold as formerly.
Jan. 20 tf 2
NOTICE.-A1 persons indebted to the Es
4tate of John Kirksey, dee'd., are hereby
timely waned to make payment forthwith, and
those having claims against the E state are notified
to render them in, properly attested, at an early
day. E. P. H. KIRKSEY, acting Ex'or.
Dec 80 tf 51
OT1E is hereby given that application
.L. will be madec at the next Session of the Leg
islatre to incorporate Ilarmony Methodist Epis
, -TyTTCliII.All llaving claimis against tha
i'Et to of Levi Bledsop, dec'd., are notifipd
to rendr them in properly attpsto4; and those
Indbted to said Estato :ntlst pay up forthwith.
LEWIS BILEDSOE, Adm'or,
a,g 4t - 80
FOR LIVER COMPLAINT, A
PUBLIC opinin and Physicians have decidi
SARSAPARILLA that can be obtained.
ingredients are well known to Physicians and th
MEDICINES, when appropriately used, often 1
Nothing more need be said in praise of it,
tains in addition to Sarsaparilla, -the hydro-aleli
White Ash, Grey Bread, or Fringe Tree (Chion
(Podophyllum,) and Blood Root (Sanguinaria.)
'iThose refering this Compound Preparti
DENNIS' ALTERATIVE, OR GEORGIA S'
For sale at Edgefield C. I. by G. L. PENN
July 15, 1857.
Bound for the West !
r HE Subscriber intending to re
T move West the first of Decein
ber, offirs for sale his valuable plan
Three Huandied & Fifty-Six Acres,
Lying on Horn's Creek, four and a half miles
South of Edgeflel4. C *H. On the premises is a
comfortable Dwelling House, and a plenty of out
buildings of every-kind in good order.
The location is remarkably healthy. The n-igh
borhood is as desirable as any person could wish.
As to the quality of t~he Land none .surpases it
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 subject
to overflow. The place is well watered, every
field containing a sufficiency of running water all
seasensaf the year.
If needed, Stock of -ll kinds, crop of Corut,
Fodder and Farming utensils tan be purchased
with the place.
If you want to- purchare come and look for
yourself as I intend to sell. Terms made easy to
an approved purelwaer.
II J. L. ADDION.
Aug4 tf 30
LANDS FOR SALE,
T HE Executors'of the Estate of John Middle
tton, deceased. offer for iate, TIIIRRE THOU
SAND ElGHT I1UNDRI) and TWO ACIES
of LAND, more or less, situate and being in the
South Western part. of Edgeflel.1 District, on the
waters ofeSavannah River, nineteen miles above
Augusta and six from Fury's Ferry-aijobinina
lands of G. W.'Nixon, .1. P. Nixon, Dr. N. Mer
riwether, Dr. S. G. Merriwether and Maj. J. B.
About one thouisand acres of said lands consist
of valuable low-grongds. The larger portion of
the remainder is in natt.e forest. The whole tract
is well watered by nimerous springs, and is es
teemed remarkably lieukhy.
The place is well improved, having two DWEL
LING U0UsES, two.GIN HOTSES, and other
necessary buildings, all under good repair.
- If not sold before the first Monday in October, it
will be dsposed of attthat time, at public out-ery,
it Edgefield C. If.
Those debiring a valuable plantation would do
well to call and see For themselves. One or the
other of the Executors may be always found on
the premises, and will be ph ased to show the kame
to any one deirous of burchasing.
J. T. M DLETUN, Ecnes
R. H.11. lDLETON, Exccutors.
August 4, 1858 - 9t 30
FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN!
T HAT valuable Plantatiun of the Est-ite of the
I late J. M. VERDIk.R, lying in Gadsden Coun
ty, 8 miles from Quinoy. and 12 from Tallaba-sce.
The plantation con'ains
.E2 O O A.CW Ei
00 of which are cle-ared ; the greater porion of
the woodland is hammock of the first quality, well
dapted to the cultivatihn of Sea Is'and Cotton and
'obae'co; the place is-well watered and neve-r fail
ng springs oif excellent water are to be found in
he different fields.
Situasted in a line neighborhood, wghl the line of
Rail Road frum Tull.ihasssee to PeLnsaeola, passing
thou.hl a part of the least valuable woodland, rare
induements are thus offered to the purehtaser.
gW'For further ittformastion appy to Mr. Jones
f abb,:ville, Ol. 6. B.Stiphens of uincy, Mr. J.
lohnson on the -place, or the undersigned in [ieau
ort, So. Ca.H.EVR E,
Ez'or of J. M. V'erdier.
Aug. 4.1858 2m 30
FOR SALE !
TI1E Subieriber beting .desirous to move his
hands to the Wi st. nIl'rs rfor stale tl,e follow
ng pfoperty. viz: 1050 \ CR ES OF FIN E PIN i
LND in Edgefiel.i District. Otn it is a splendid
Steam Saw Mill and Grit Mill,
,ivhh are doing a prt'fibe business.
One Tract contains 360 ACR~S L.ying on the
oad lending tromt Camabr dge to Unamibug, Ott the
waters of 1 lorse P'en Creek,adjoining lands of John
Durt and uthters.
One Tract contains 1000 A CR ES fine ect
on lantd well improved, lying in A bbeville District,
,nt the road leadtmg from Piekens and Anderson to
lambu-tc. one tile ab'.ve thte Eigelield line.
One Trict con aitns 350 ACRES in Pickers
Ditret, iemre- =i ately on the Rail Rea.l, 10J tmilea
bove Old Petndleton. ..
On may I Iomat -ad Tract is a splendid STEAM1
ML L ruttning 3 setta of rocks, SA W MIlL L &c
[ offer for sale this Mlill with 50 Acres of Land.
The ilomnestenad is on the road leniding frosm
Cambridge to Abbeville C. Ui, fou'r miles below
Any' person iihing to purchase is requested to
examine. Bargains catn be htad, antd thte terms will
be mmdc~y. J. Y. L. P'ART LOW.
July 7 1858 3m 20
A BAKER COUNTYt
Plant ation for S ale,
O)NE of the BEST,thecPRET TIES I'and H EA L-.
TlilE-T PLANTATIONS itn South Westernt
Georgia, containing 750 Acres, of whtich 525,
are in eriltivation, and cleared itn the last three
years. All the houses, necessary to a Plantation,
witht the femnces, are new,' havimtg been erected in
the above thtue.
If tneeded, provisions and stock can be per-I
chased witht the place. Further infonnation cani
be procured of CilARLES WiI1T ELIEAD.
Newton, Baker Co., Ga., June 1 3m*~ 21
BOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
AT WHOLESALE AND RET'AIL.
WOR I! of teabov Gods,
$3,00 carefullysmelketed from the be.t
anufneotures, snd comprising
Every Description in the Trade,
Whib will be sold at a very small ad vance on Cost.
In addition to the above, I have on hanud,
5,000 Pair Thick Shoes,
Slightly datmaged by getting wet, and will be sold
g' The Subscriber soliciti a call from hsia South
Carolina friends before purchtasing else-where.
gr Taas.-Retaill CASH!. -'Wholesale, time
with approved paper. Nosecond price asked.
Under ~. S..Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Ga., Oct 14 * tf 40
Turnip Seed-Turnip Seed,
L.,PE EN, A gent, has receli-ed his usual
Llarge and varied assortment of Turnip Seed,
which are warranted fresh and genuine. He htas
TAltQE WHITE QLQBg,
L ARQE N(0#gQLR~
all and get your supply, as the season is now
tero for sawing, if you wisht to raIse good crops,
..- Q. L. PENN, Agent.
July 27, dt8
iD TO PURIFY THE BLOOD.
d that this is the BEST PREPARATION of
It sells readily and gives great satisfaction. Its
e people at the South, to be GOOD, and GOOD
FFECT GREAT CURES.
than to publish what it is composed of. It con
oholie extract of Queen's Delight, (Stillingia,)
anthus) Tincture of May Apple, or Mandrake,
on of Sarsaparilla, should expreiss in their orders
mid Drs. A. G. & T. J. TE GUE.
JEFFElS & COTHRANS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
W ILL contine the Fa c t o rag e an d
Connission Busineus in this City,
(their Oflice on Central Wlarf) where they will
be pleased to Live strict attention to the sale of
1 COTTON, FLOUR, WHEAT, &C.,
Or to any business entrusted to their care. Will
buy Goods or family supplies to order.
Commissions for Buying o'r Selling will be 21
They take this opportu'ty of returning their
thanks to their friends and patrons for their libe
ral patronage, and respectfully solicit a continU
ance of the same. II. L. JEFiERS,
W. 8. COTHRAN,
Charleston, July 10, 1858. 2m 27
LAWTON & McNEIL,
Factors & Consuilssions Merciauts,
24 VENDUE RANGE, AN 17 ACCOMMO
Agents for DeBurg's Phosphate of Lime, and
Kimuberley's Animal Compost or Cereal Fertilizer.
?g-Consignments of Prodnce solicited.
W. S. LAWTON,
G. S. McNEIL.
July 13 1858 tf 27
T IIE Exercises of this institution will be con
ducted under the superinicudance of the
Subscriber, this year; and ho trusts, by strict
attention to pupils committed to his care to give
satisfaction to paren's, and advance the pupils as
rapidly as possible.
Rates of Tuition.
1st Class-Orthography, leading and
2nd Class-Primary Geography and the
3rd Class-The above studies with English
4th Class-The same with Algebra and
Latin and French, $2500
Although it is desirable that pupils should begin
with the first of the quarter, still, pupils will be
received at all times, and charged only for the
proportion of the time of the session remaining.
M. B. WARD.
April 14 ly 14
TIIE Exerolses of the First Session will be
T closed on the 8th inst. After a access of two
weeks, they will be resumed on the 26th inst.
J.AS. 11. MuRRIS, Prin.
July 7 tf 26
T EPaoprietor of this well known and popu
lar HOT EL takes peculiar pleasure in an
nouncing to his friends and the travelling public
generall', that this House is open for the reception
of company, and that lisa whole eaiergies will be
put into requisition to gratity the wants of each
and all who may favor him with their patronage.
' The House has just been thoroughly repaired,,
and the Rooms and Furnitgre put in excellent con
dition for the Spring and Summer season.,
My Table will be furnished with the best that
can be had, and presidd over by one skilled in I
the culinary department-and in short, everything
requisite to gratify the taste of the epicurean will
b supplied in abundance. The servants of the
CAROLINA 110TEL are noted for their polite and
attentive character, and arc ever in attendance to
obey the wishes of my Guests.
New STABLES have recently been built, which
are commodious and comp~lete, and Horses left in
my care will receive kind and careful treatment.
'l'hankful for past encouraa mnat, and patron- I
age, I respectfully solicita continmance of thr- same.
JOHN A. MAYS.
g. The travelling comimunirty are notified that
they and their baguage will be conveyed, at a mo -I
ment's warning, without charge, to the I arolina or
Georgia DepotsJ. A. M.
Hamburg, May 3 1858 tf 10
NOTICE TO THE AFFLICTED.
IN Justice to the sufibring humanity through
ID eases arising fromt disorders of the Organs
of Generation, I deem it necessary to relieve and
cure such sufleirers.
Pl!OF. F. DEVOUT'S4
Esteemedi French specific Cordial,
is the mo t reliable and efi'ectual rem. dly for ob
taiing a perfe et cure in the shortest time that has
ier been known. no matter wvhether the Case is of
20 years, or only 3 days standing.
The CORDU4L is agreeable to the stomach and
will, if followed according to directions, and the
instruments properly u-ed, never fail to efet a
cre paermanenit. A s it is rather a delicate subject
to bring thus before the pubalic, I deem ii, inexpe
dient to insert any of the manmy'References. A
trial of the Mledicine will speak lfor itself.
All1 private comnmnnicationis will be promptly at
tended to, free gratis.
Price e:o for all iiecessaries, forwarded free of
charge to any part of Georgia, South Carolina or
SAll orders mus't be addressed to F. .
Delker, at V. La Taste's New n% holesale and Re
tail Drug or Seed Store, Augusta, Ga., Whioltale
Depot for F. J. Delker's Celebrated Bed Bug De
stroyer and Philadelphia Balm.
A ugusta, Junme 80 1858 3nm - 2
T HE Subscribers return their thanks to their
kind patronis for the liberal support they
have received, and respectfully solicit a contiin
ance of that generous patronage.
Thecy state with confldence now that they arc
WELLi IREPAR~ED to carry on the
Coch Making and Repairing Business
In its various branches. Their work shall be ex
sutod ina durable, handlsome, style and by work
men skIlled in thelr respective trades.
We have and intend always keeping on hand a
large and fine assortment of
CARAGES, BUlGGIES, ROCKA WAYS, &C,
Of the our own manufacture-beautiful to behold
and of much value to the lucky purchaser.
We 'ivill also keep.constantly in our Establish
ment -a full Stock of Northern BUGGIES and
CARRIAGES, of superior manufacture.
Eg" All sorts of R EPAIRING done in the best
miner, and with the greatest dispatch.
g~'Call anid examine our Stock. Our prices
have been put down to correspond with the hard
tim.SiTH d JONES.
Dcc 23 tf 50
NO't'ICE is hereby given, that application
Iwill be m-ude to thh Legislature at its next ses
sion, for a release of all the right and interest of
the 8tate in the Escheated Property of Charles
MGregur. decea'sedl, to James S. Henderson and
July 20 1%58 3m 28
N OTICE !-All persons Indebted to the Es
tate of George MeD. Rearden are requited
to make immediate settlement ; and those having
demands against the Estate will please present
them forthwith, properly attested.
*R. P. II. KIRKSEY, Ad'or.
Jan (6, _____ t2
TR ATREI from~ the atthseriber at Aiken, S. C.,
on Tuesday the 15th July inst . witht saddle
andl brie on, a darks sorrel CIIEfSN UT MARKt.
She~ is uashod, has two white front feet, a whit.
spot ini her forehead, and a long swhtch tail. The
aove rewvard will he paid on her delIvery to the
subsoriber at Alhen, S. C.
* FREDERICK A. FORD.
July 28 3t e
3 The Friends of Col. JAMES P. CARROLl
respectfully present him as a Candidate for thi
state senate at the ensuing election.
W THE Friends of WILLIAM GRE6G, Esq.
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sen
ator at the next election.
Feb 1 *4
M Tan Friends of W. W. ADAMS, Esq., re
spectfully present him as a candidate for the StatU
Legislature at its next Session.
Mar 23 to* 11
IV The Friends of J. HAIPDEN BROOKS,
Esq., respectfully present him as a Candidate fot
the State Legislature at its next Session.
ITTHE Friends of Maj. ABRAM JONES re
spectfully present him as a Candidate for re-elec.
ien to the State Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
gWTa Friends of Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN,
respectfully nominate him as a Candidate for elec
Lion to a Seat in the next Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
EgWa are authorized by the friends of Col.
JAMES TOMPKINS to anrounce him as a Can
idate for a Seat in the next Legislature at the
0- The friends of Col. JOHN QUATTLEBUM
espectfully announce him as a Candidate for a
eat in the next Legislaturo at the ensuing election.
April 7 to* * 13
gW We are authorized by the friends of Maj.
L. L DEARING, to nominate him as a Candidate
or a seat in the Home of Representatives at the
A pril 7 to 13
LTJ The friends of M. W. GARY, Esq., present
im as a Candidate for the State Legislature at the
Mar. 31. to* 12
W. W. SALE,
3Por Cler ..
ROBERT D. BRYsAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
2For Taz. Collector.
E. W. HORN,
CHAS. M. MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
1'or CrdWaa y'.
D. L. TURNER.
E. B. FOREST,
W. F. DURISOE,
M. C. BUTLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Law Range,
EDGEFIELD C. 11., S. C.
May 15 tf 25
CARROLL & TOlYPE(JNS,
[AVtE this day formed a Partnership for the
LPR ACTICE of LAW and EQUITY.
J. P. CARKOLL,
R. W. TOMIPKIt-S.
Edgefield, .ay 15,, tf ,25
Paer t nersah ip..
~ESSRS. GARY & DOZIER have
.V. this day formed a Partneship f..r the Prac
ce of LAW and EQUITY.,.
One or the other at all times in their Office, near
e Court flouse.
. W. GAILY. JA MEs A. DoxtEa.
SEdgefield, June 9 tf 22
rH IE Undersigned having formed a partnership
.in the PRIAC flGIE of LAWY and EQUITY
r Egelield District, will izive prompt and diii
ent attention to all businiess entrusted to thcir
The residence of Mr. OWEss is at Baruwell C.
I-that of Mr. SEIBEL5 at Rdgt tild, -. C.
WV. A. OWENS.
May 26 tf 20
1 B. GRIFFIN, A ttorney at L.\W and
3s olicitor in EQUITY, will attendi punctually
> all busin .ss entrusted to his care.
He may be found at all times either In the Office
if the Commissioner in Equity, or in his own
lice immuediately in rear of the Court HIouwe.
EDEFIELD C. II., May 19, 158 . f4
E. H. YOUNGBLOOD,
Attorz.ey at Lmna-s,
W L L attend promptly to all business ielaced
Vin his hands.
igOfice at Edgefield C. H., S. C.
May 19 tif 19
WILL attend promptly to all business of the
Vprofessioni entrusted to his care.
OFFICE, Edoefield C. LI., S. C.
- Apl 6 18t f
1 HE Subscriber having furnished himself with
a licnse to use this N EW PROCESS of
INSEETDTG ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
s now ready to serve all who may need such, with
in assurance of a more perfe~ct adaptation, and a
:luser resemblance to the natural organs, than can
je realized by any other method. Its perfect pu
ity, cleanliness, freedom fr'nm all taste, or galvamio
easatin, durability, comfort and security, are
isong the advantage~s claimed for ibis SUP'ERIOR
nod of setting A rtilieial Teeth.*
* I. PARKER.
Tune 24, - - . tf -- - 24
THO S. 3. & C. II. M OJISE,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE A MOISE,
.No. 7, Hayane Streets
CHARL.ESTON, S. C.
Jan 27 ly -3
I, H. STEARNS k C0,,
Domission Dealers in Everything
U.S E F U L.
Special attention given to BUYING, SE LLING
nd REPAIRING MACHINERY.
Broad Street, near Mechanic's Bank, Augusta,
June 15 . y 28
Rouse, Sign & Orutental Painting
T11 i$ Subkseribeza take pleasure in announcing to
the citizens of Edgefield District, that they
are now prepared to do all work entrusted to them
in the line of
OUSE AND ORNAXENTAL PAINTNG,
o all who may he plesaed to favor us with their
patroagt., we promise to give entire satibfactlmn.
All work entruated to us shall be executed with
deapiateh snd in a workmanlike manner.
Our terms will be regsonable. For further p'a
ticulars call on us at Edgefield C. II.
gy Ra3aNVe-Capt. JAS f. GatFrzx and Gen
W,. . MloRaOX3, of this District.
RICII & PAUL.
Ju'y 21 1858 3m 28
L ELONS=Just rece-ived five Boxes Choic4
LEMONS. E. T. DAVIS, Agent.
?.. in tf 19
GRAY & TURLEY
H AVE just received frnm New York, another
lot of those FINE WHILE BRILLIAN'S,
at 121 cents per yard.
Also, Isabella, Jonannah and Caroline Wh'te
Ladkis' iarseilles COLLARS and 8.ETTS, both
white and Colored;
Birmingham and Metropolitan Extension HOOP
Black Silk MITTS, both long and short, with,
and without fingers;
An entirely new and handsome lot of RIBBONS,
for Ladies' lonuete;
Fifty pieces fine IRISH LINEN, to be so!d by
tle piree "Ily, at extraorlinary l4w ptices; -
DANAtKS, DOYLIES, NAPKINS;
TOWELS. crash and linen;
SHEETING, at prices that cannot fail to com
mand a quick sale.
Those in want of such Goods wou!d do w.ll to
Augunts, June 14 tf 23
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC, &c,, &c,
Tr [E Subscriber arter returning thanks to their
-1 friends in K)GEFIELI) and adjoining Dis
tricts, for their liberal patronage during the tat
ten years, would inform them that they still con
tinue to keep on hand a large assortment of
PIANO FORTES *
from the celebrated manufactories of RAVEN BA1
CON & CO.,. I;IEZRIrON, BROS.. and A. U.
GALE & CO., New York. for'whoin they are iole
Agents. These Instruments having already woin*
such far famed celebrity, it is only necessary for us
to repeat that for siren rik. durability and fiish,
together with powter, depth, - sweelness and sofi
ness of tone, they ehallenge competition. Persons
wantng a superior
would do much'better to call and select frhm a large
esortment, than by dealing with Peillars and Agents
of inferior makers. where they have no ch'ohe, and
have often to pay highet prices for Inferior lastru
ments, than fina ones of superiar makers can be
bought for. Every PIANO FORTE mold by us is
warranted in every rispect, so the purchaser rus
no risk whatever. Persons ordering from a distance'
from us can depend upon getting a GOOD AR
TICLE, as we make it a point to keep goods of the
best quality and such as we can recommend and
warrant in every respect.
Their stock of MUSIC in very large and they
are constantly retciving all new pjeces as they are
published. GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS of
the bust quality always on hand.
They would also call attention to their, la*e
School an1 iscelaneou Book, Stationary
Blank Book, .
ad othe*r articles.-ALSO
Always on hand the largest assortment in the State
of GU ITA RS, VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS,
FLUTES, FLAGEOLETH, VIOLIN BOWS;&c,
and every artitle of Musical Merchandise.
Carhart's and Needhan's and Princt' celebrated
ACCORIDEONS and VIOLINS repaired In the
All of the above articles sold at low prices-for
Cash or City acceptances by
GEO. A. O.ATES & BROTHER.
Broad Street, Agusta Ga., between 1J. S..'ani
April 7 1858 tf - 13
WUAT lAVE JUST RECEIVED
WVvery large assortment of
FRENCH WORKED COLLARS,
SWISS AND .JACONET BANDSI,
SWISS AND .IACONET TRIMMINGS,.
SWISS AND JA CONET FLOUNCINGS,
Plain and Emib'd l.INECN COLL ARS.
Large assortment Plaint and Emb'd L. C. EDKFS,
Rich Chantilly LACE VEILS, new styles.
Rich-Sllk and Lace hIANTILLAS;
Rich Organdle ?MUSLIN8;.
WHIT E JBRILLIAN'*S
Plain and Chock NAIN8~00ES;
"S ." JACONETS;
S ~ " MULLS.
These O00D3 having been recently boubht at a
great reduction on the market price, will be sold
correspondingly low, and a po)rtionl of themi hay
intg been boughtt of the manufacturer about 60 per
cent less thana they could have been boughtat any
auction sale. they wili be sold lower than the same
qluality of GOODS have ever been oil'ered at in this
city. Our stock is otherwise well assorttel, and
offers rr attractions itn the way of LOW PIl
CEi. All of whtich we will be pleased to exhibit
at our ONE PRICE STORE.
BROOM & NORRELL.
Augusta, Ge , June 30 1868 tf 26
NEW SPRING GOODS
BOOTS AND SHOES!
' 'HOS, P. LAR Us, A ugusta,,Georgcia,hae
Ethis day received a large lot of SPRING
GOODS, and will ctntinue to do so through the
summer, consisting ini part of
Ladies' Silk F xed CONGRESS GAITERS,
do do 'dn do .
do Glove Kid Congress do
do Colored TIPT do
do Bhuick do do
do Fine Phtiladelphia Kid and Morocco SLIP
Misses' Fixed Kid-Totp KOSSUTII BOOTS..
do Kid and Morocco SLIPPERS and TIES,
Childrens' S10ES, of every description,
Mona' Calf Opera PUM P BOOTS,
do Goats 1IEKLED INVINCIBL ES,
do Patent WV. S. PUMPS and Oxford TIES,
do ekoats 1. S. do
di, Calf B3. 8. do'
do Kid Congress GAITERS,
do Utalf de doi
Boys' do do do
With a variety too numnerous to mention. Call
and look. as I have attenative Clerks who will be
glad to show the Goods.
Augusta, Geo., April 5 tf 13
PRINTED MUJSLIN -
DICI(EY & PIIIBBS, Augusta, Ga.,
IFhave juist opened ONE CASE.
Which they are closing out at
Six and a Quarter Cents per Yard.
FIN4E FR ENCH 1YIUSLINS,
At Twelve and a Half Cents per Yard.
August, June 14 tf 23
R ANAWAY from the Subseriber's mother,
Iabout the 1st April last, his likely Mulatto
boy RICH MOND, about 21 years old, and about
5 feet 7 or 8 inches hItgh. lia color is tolerable
bright and his hair pretty straight, and wore
when he left a moustache. He is intelligent and
tolerably quick spoken. H~e has been raised in
thme house, and is a valuable dining-roonm servant
anid good eter.
It Is supposed he is 1uw king 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 Mim. And any information
concerning him will be thankfully received.
T. N. LUNDY.
June 28 tf 24
5Tgo Augusta Constitutior~alist and.Charles
ton Mercury will please copy weetkly for one
month and forward bills to T. N. L., Edgefield C.
F LOU3R AND CORN MEAL-Can be
had at my heuse for Cask.
Leathr-lHarne"s, Sole, Upper, Kis &c.
R. T. MIMS.
Feb.S t f4
NZOTICE is hereby glvenahatapplication will
.Lbe made at the- next Session- of -the Legisla
ture, for a Charter for a Road to iun- fremthe.
Lutheran Church, on Edistato Interset the Co
lumbia Road at or near Col'John~ulet'ad wa anA. .
a half miles from Edgegeldtillage,