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o.'BEN. C. YAmCEY.-Our esteemed fellov
townsman, the Hon. Benjamin C. Yancey, lefi
this city on Thursday night at 12 o'clock for Neii
York, from whence he and his excellent famili
will sail in the course of next week for Somil
America, to repair to his post as minister to the
Argentine Confederation, the capital of whiel
is Santa Fe, about 200 miles up the river fran
We hope the Colonel may enjoy the time spent
in connection with the appointment from om
Government. That he will discharge faithfully
the duties of his station, is what all know, whc
are acquainted with him. At the close of his
term of office, we shall gladly welcome him
back to our city to mingle again with us, as in
the past.-Atlanta Iatelligencer.
Return of the Conmunissioners
of Free Schools for Edgefield Dis
trict, for the Year 157.
ITChapman'sq, Black, 81 $10,20
2 Baier's, Buier, M. A. 1 3,25
3 Burnett's, Burnett, Hez. 18 30,45
4 Boule's, Boules, J. H. 8 25,50
5 Martin Town, Baker, A. C. 6 3,60
6 Lake's, *Bell, J. "U. 5 21,40
7 Barnesville, Barnes, Wilson 8 9,25
8 Pine Grove,-- Bouchell, L. B. 27 102,90
9 WVhittle's, Bloyle, John 24 142,715
10 Bailey' Bailey, J. M. 61 29,3
11 Dark Corner, Bodie, J. R. 121 80,45
12 Stevens' Creek, Bodie, Jesse 10 34,45
13 Bladen's, Bladen, James 4 296,10
14 Bolle's, Bolls, J. D. 16 11,G5
15 Rod Bank, Crowder, John 3 2,05
16 Germanville, Crouch, John 25 96,30
17 Cressey's, Cressey, Lttie 1 1,1.1
18 Perry's, Campbell, S. A. 4 27.50
19 Chamber's, Chambers, J. R. 6 20.:15
20 Clark'p, Clark, R. 10 49,75
21 Moore's, Crooker, T. B. 10 40,25
22 Edgeeld C. H., Corley, Agnes . 7,735
23 Deloabe's, Deloach, S. R. 23 01,20
241Calvary, Eidson, James .07 109,80
25 Edgefield C. 11., Eichelberier, Mi6s 2 5,50
26 Mount Tabor, Foy,Rbecca 13 7,9,80
27 Golemn's, Golean, T.. J 43 2,9
28 Cambridge, Godman, Mrs. E. 3 12,90
29 Liberty Hill, Galphi, Go. 4 11,75
30 Goleman's, Goleman, Fanny 4 10,15
31 Herrin's, Herrin, Isaae 12 50,65
32 Haltwanger', ldiwanger, Lev! 5 ,10
33 Heath's, Bdath, Wm. . 12 74,75
34 Hardo's, Hardeo, W. C. 21 11:,25
35 Harling', Harlin, Lemuel 6 4,05
16 Holloway', Holloway, Sallio 7 44.40
37 Herring', Cerring, John I. 23 61,00
38 Harrmon', Harmon, F. G. 3 2,05
19 husey's, Hussey, Go. R. 9 22,05
40 Hawes' liawee, Latfayetto 12 33,25
41 KCerniff's, Keeini, B. F. 1 24,70
42 Calvary. Kropps, Barnabas 29 45,25
43 RichardIon's, Knight, J. S. 15 25,95
44 Harmony, Loelace, B. F. 23 77,65
45 Lott's, Lott, William 14 49,00
46 Edgefield C. If., McCaslan,-W. E. 7 31,35
47 uEdgeeld C. H., M eClintockMrs. 13 174,05
48 Denny's, MCelvey, No. C. 9 52,00
49 May', ' dMay, Sarah E 30,10
50 Morgan's, Morgan, T. C. 4 19,05
51 " Morgan, Susan E. 4 18,00
52 Meldy's, Melendy, S. C. 2 6,70
53 McCarty's, McCarty, Susan 10 16,50
51 may's, iMay, W. F. 16 15,60
55 Morrises, Morriy, Nancy 13 20,4
50 Burnes, Pickering. J. . 6 25,05
57 Granitovillo, lPettie, N. B. 2 6,50
58 Peare's, Peare, R. H. 2 5,50
59 Red Oak Groes,' Prince, John 15 133,25
60 Price' Price, Jane 1 33,45
41 KRhnf's, Rusinf, B. . I1 4,70
42 Cilvy. Kreyp, Johnba 21 48,2
43 Riarde ns, -Riaw, Jm.r1 425
44 rmoy, LReay, W. . 1? 23,70
45 DakLott' , RLktt, ili. 1449,30
67 Smgietd's, Smcitoc A.rD. 13 174,10
47 enn's, Seoe, .A C. 942,10
496 Gray'svl,! entay, Sar. J. 0,10
69IMoga's, Moga, ET.e C 1; 37,80
51 Smths . Mith, Amian E. 8 16,300
52 Seoen's, Seoe, . . 2 5,200
72 Mc~enry's, TMmerymanE 10 10,90
73 FruiyHis, TMwad, . . 11 17,40
74:Turies, Mrnr, Rabt. 11 20,40
750 B"n Picrng R. A. | 26,05
79 Re"a TuveIrnce, Jah 1133,25
60 Prighe's, Prigh, J.n 1. 25,9
62 Wile's, Wile, Jhn . , 12 ',95
83 Roawdespn, Wigh, Mary 24,80
BSloedu Teacher,.,........ --- -. 37,80
70ASih'. mih, Am1 a 130
71NER's TO o, E, . B0Nf2A5,
Districtandte' STimemanrg are 19ptul in-9
v3 it to ll TotenendLI D3NER to be 1iven
to:TurnersenTive, ot 1238
Tur.MIL ErGE. A. B 14AM,1
at thi plcnTHUR DAY, Math 2nd of Sep
77~ Wights, .rgt 3..OMPINS, 3 0,
78Ihitles, EMMttET S1BELS, 102ite,9
Edgefoeld Spring, Aurg.1, 18a8. 13328
4uia The aFrients ofpase. 3.9ANEYpre
se~nt cies of CandiaserOrinay 600Egefel
Ditrc) To therx elio.
Aug 18, *3i 3 3
DINE TO .IONEWB II I 00'SAM
e nIeIREADY-MAD CLOT Fourndera
tric nd tStateatlArgesa ar rewetfll elno.
te tomatind of Pthe'r DImmERtc, te gietl
Prons liIwantGo L . CO AP T,
at ts, plc, o suTHesAs, wi fid f Sto
tembr neett alane
CoatsndJac ET EI e LS ote Coteeo
Pats Yess, UDcha BUTwLER sel for"iwaton.
can get." all and see tHI-argin ca b
ha.lgefed S. C.tu. 18f88 33
BfheFids oCt yP BNYlr
Aen hmetin of Cadthe fibr Odinary of thec Edge
ilrid Batitest ssoction.wl ehldwt h
esnt Gove EAD-MAEb COmenING, onry
beethe ift Stabthi AugustG.,wl Thel i'o
rducedorcesero.ilb race nFia,1
Personsin wan oF.ne CORLE, PeA'ry.
FromS and ater siti dte eon willay it gron
tm Mir irst o ay datyn..TMM.
Weune4, t fBos ine an 2Ap3c
Coa omndJakisinens other stylsr.
Pan. VEnrrn-.Yatou will l fnounce whte
own getemen Candithe-bargCoinssian-b
A.mein of the Bibeooretyofth Edgefil itit
D.lpk A. SE , yRe.WP.la.
: uy18, 2t ,,1
Fromenaforter ts ae fRLENAyD SMIuit
Haurg 1, Jue f3 f 23
Comssier s ofate F.
fie . ECour Youe wilpesnnuc the firtMway bSpe
erainoffseeay . the Porfo amfed Ditweroiwome
A mand A an.Trm, ah
A.,9. 1858 to 3
A Barbecue will be iven by Mr. Holly a
HOLLY'S FERRY, on the 27th August next
The Candidates and the public generally are invi
ted to attend.
July 28 At 20
W I. E. LEGG has just received anothei
FULL and FRESH stock of GROCb.RIES
consisting in part of
SUGARS of all kinds and prices;
MOLASSES, a full variety;
Choice N. 0. SYRUP;
Jave and Rio COFFE F,;
Hyson and Black TEA ;
LIQUORS of all kinds -
Fine TOBACCO and SEhARS;
Sperm and Adailantine CANDLES;
MACKEREL and Dried Beef TONGUES;
CANDIES of every variety; -
Also, LEMONS and other articles usually kept
in a grocery store.
W. E. LEGG.
Aug 25 tf 33
r"RY IT.-Thomson's Celebrat, d Washing
I Compound and Transparent Soaps.
Also, a flue article of Colgate's Toilet Soap.
W. E. LEGG.
Aug 25 tf 33
LAND! LAND!! LAND!!!
T HE Subscriber being desirous of moving West,
offers his place at
A GIEAT RARGAIN,
if applied to soon. It is situated near Mt. Wil
ling, and contains
One Thousand and Thirty-five Acres,
Upon which there is an excellent Dwelling and
every building necessary to the comfort and con
venience of a Plantation.
Nearly ONE HALF of the Tract is In woods.
Two hundred acres of fresh land, and the remain
der in a high state of cultivation.
The Place can be divided into TWO TRACTS
giving to each a comfortable settlement-and will
be sold seperately if desired by purchasers.
A rare chance is offiered those who wish to buy,
and thby would do well to call and examine for
fTerms made accommodating.
J. C. SIMKINS.
Aug 25 Gt 33
T WENTY LIKKI.Y YOUNG NEGROES, for
which I will pay the mnrket, cash prices
Apply to R. 1. SULLIV.AN.
Edgefield C. 11, Aug 24 4t 33
L OST in Hamburg, on Monday last, a Due
Bill on Mr. James M. Lanham, dated the 22d
July 1258, and for which all persons are hereby
cautioned against trading for.
A ug. 25 0t 33
A GOOD FOUR HORSE
WAGON AND HARNESS.
R. H. iIMS.
Aug 25 5t 33
L OST Oft STOLEN on or about the 2nd
L of August inst., in Hamburg. a Note on M.
W. Clary for $69, in favor of W. J. J. Mulligan,
given the 2ist day of July 1858, and due one day
after da:e All persons are forewarned from tra
dug for said Note.
Aug 25 ' 0t/ 33
N OTICE.-AII those indcbted to the Estate
of Dennis AlcCartey, dec'd., must pay up t~y
the 1st -lanuary next; and those having claims
naains', the Estate will render them in by that dlay
piroperly attested. JACOB McCARtTEY,
Aug 25 17L :33 Adm'r.
''H1E Firm of H. L. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
Iwas dissolved on the 2nd inst., by mutual
consetnt All p~ersons having demands against us
will piresent them for payment. All those indebt
ed to us are respeectfully solicited to call and settle
as early as posaihale. as further indblgence will not
be giien. H. L. CUANINGIlAM & CO.
hamburg, Aug 4, 1858.
To the Public.
HAVING sold , ut our entire Interest in the
firm of H. L. Cunningham & Co. to our for
me~r partner Mr. IIENRY S0LOMON, wo take
pleasure in re-commnending him to our old custo
mers and friends. We are thankful for the liber..l
patronage we have received, and solicit a continu
snce of the sanme for our successor.
H. L. CU.\NINGIl A.M,
G. C CUNNINUAc.
Hamburg, S. C., Aug 4, '58. 0m32
STATE OF SOUJTH CA ROLINA,
EDGEFI ELD DISTRICT,
B W c. F. DU RISUE, Esquire. Ordinary of Edge.
Wherea.., SAt1Ut. PosEY, hath applied to me
for Letters of Administration, on all andI singular lthe
goods and chattles, right.sund credits of Hilden W.
Pusey, late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceeas
ed, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinacry'sc
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
C. H., on the 6th day of Strptember next, to shouw
cause, if any, why the said administration shu uld sit
Given under my hand and seal, this 23rd day of
August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-eight, and in the 83d year ol Anx.ri
can Independence. W. F. DU RISUE, O. E.D
Anglst 25, ___ 2t 33_
MiEDICAL COLLEGE OF GA,
T lIE NEXT ANNUA L COURSE sof I.ectures
in this Issituttion will begin on the first
?Blonday in liiovemnber niext, with an
Introductor.. Lecture by Pro~f. .Joxr.
Emteritus Prof. of Anatomi5-G. M. NEW TON,
Atatony-Hl. F. CAMPB ELL, M. D.
Surgery-L. A DUGAS, M. D.
Chemistry and Pharmacy-JOS. JONES, M. D.
Institutes aind Practice-L. D. FORD, M. D.
Physio'ogy and Pathological Anatomy-IH. V.
M. MILLER. M. D).
Materia Medica, The-rapeutics and Medical Ju
risprudence-I. P. G.\RVIN, M. D.
D~emonstra.tor of Anatomy-ROBERT CAMP'
BE LL, M. D.
Assistasit Demonsrator-S. B. SIMMONS, M. D)
Proseetor to the Professor of Surgery-li. WV.
D. FORD, M D.
Curator of Museum-T. P. C LE AVEL AND.
Tickets for the whole Course........t06 00
Matrietulation (to be taken onCce).......5 00
Practical A natomny (to be taken once) 10 00
For furthtr itiforiciation, app~ly to atny miember
of theFaculty, or to the undlgsigned.
I. P. GARTIN, Dean.
Alpg. 11, 1858 Gt 31
- PRINTED) M~USLINS,
FkCJ EY & PIIBJIS, Augusta, Ga
.37have- juest opened 05.E CASE
Which they :ire closinig out at
Six and a Quarter Cents per Yard.
FIE FRENCI Bi1USLINS,
At Twelve and a Half Cents per Yard.
A ugusta, June 14 tf 23
,NTOTICE is hereby giveni that aplicationwi
I be miade by thme Town Council of I lamuburg
S. C., to t he general .sembhly att its next session
for ana anmendiment of it~s charter.
Hamburg, August 11, 1858 tf 31
I EYONS--.Just reetdvod fiye Roxes Chmoice
LALEMONS. B. T. DAVIS, Agent.
May 19 tf 19l
TOTICE-. ll1 h:.ving claims against the
E'.st ite of Livi Bleedsoe, dec'dl., arc tnotiflecl
to render them int properly attested; and thmos<
indebted to said Estate mustI pay utp fiorthwith.
LEWIS BLEDSOE, Adm'or.
Aug4 4t 30
NOTICE.-The Debtors and Creditoirs di
Wmt. Fe'y, Deceased, are hereby ntifiedt
nimeet tme in the Ordinary's Olilee. at Edgefield-'
lII., on the 4th Monday in October next, as a fina
tettemenit will be made on the Estate at that timc
E. N. FOY, Rdm'or.
Aug. 4,1858 t 30
Hardware, Cutlery, & c.
HAMBURG, S. C.,
W OULD inform his friends o
and all who may be trading 0 G
tn this .\larket, that he still con
tinnes tojkeep a F ULL and well
selected Stock of Gioods in the
above line, and solieits a share of
patronage from all who may be in want of any ar
ticles he keeps, assuring them that every exertion
shall be made to give satisfaction to the purchaser
in quality and price, feelina confident that he can
rell his Goods on as Reasonable terns au
they can be puriased at
ANY HOUSE IN AUGUSTA.
Illis Stock is now COMPLETE, having added
largely by recent purchases from the BEST Manu
faturers. His Stock is such that almost every one
can find some article on their list of wants, and on
such terms as cannot fail to please-amongst which
is a good assortment of
Cut NAILS of all sizes. of the best brands, in
cluding all sizes of SPJKES, Also, English and
American Horse Shoe Nails, Wagon and Wrought
Nails, all sizes.
Nail RODS and Sheet and Hoop IRON;
Blister, German and Cast STEEL;
Collins & Co., Leverett's and other celebrated
make of Broad, Chopping and Hand AXES,
Mill, Cross Cutand Hand SAWS, all kinds;
Ilammers, Chisels, Augers, Drawing Knives,
Adzes, Gimblets, Brace and Bitit, Mill, Hand Sap
and every variety of Files and Rasps, Saw Setts,
Compasses, Hollow Angers and . Bitts, Gauges,
Planes of every description, Plane Biti, ntid every
Variety of Carpenter's Tools.
Edge Tools of every descriptiofn.
-3E31a-c %zaItlb Too1Lss.
Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Screw Plates, Sledge., Hand
and Shoeing Ilammers, Rasp, Drills, Tongs,
&c., all of the best manuieture. Great
care having been taken in theisele-ction
of these articles,,they can be
relied upon as the best.
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
His Stoek of Pocket and Table Cutlery is complete
and quality unsurpassed -amongst which ean
be found full Setts of Tal!e Cuth ry, of
Joseph IRodgers & Swns ceekbrated
manufacture; Pocket and Pen
Knives all patterns and qual
ities - linie Razors. Scis
sor:;, Shears, &c.
Also, a great variety of
SMAL L W ARES,
Such as Pins, Needles, Port Mlonies. Ilair Brushes,
Combs, Paper Envelopes, Pens, Pencils, &c.
Guns, Pistols. &c.
On hand a choice lot of Guns and Pistols of the
finest qu:lity-Coh's, A dams' and Miean's and
others wake of Repeaters, self-cocking.
Also, an assortment of Pocket Pistols,
Percussion Cnps, Shot Belts,
Powder Flasks, Game Bags,
Cleaning Rods, &c.
Ilis Stock of BuIlding material swill be found con
plete, consisting in part of Licks. ]linges,
Screws, Window Fastenings, all kinds and
qualities. Also, Till. l'ad, Trunk and
Light and Heavy Castings.'
Alwnys on hand a fine assottmenit of light nand
heavy Castings, Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Tea Ket
ties, Well Wheels, Wafile Irons. &c.
Farmer's Boilers, Cauldrons, Vigon
Boxes, Sad Irons, Fire 1)og~s,
Shovel and Tongs.
Cooking and Iheating Stores,
ALL PATT'ERNS AND SIZES.
Wagon Chains, all kindis, Log Continued. Halter
and Trnee Chains, Spades and Shovels, Hay
Forks, Crockery and Glass Ware, &c.
Also, manufacturer of all kinds of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware !
'All are earnestly solicited to enll and examine
fur themselves. And you will id it greatly to
yosur inte-rest to patronize your old I-:dg.field lYs
trict citiz.-n. WMi. HIILL.
Hamburg, Oct 26 tf 42
SWan 8f. Co,'s Lotteries Triumphant,
SWAN & Co..
Continue to Draw as uasual witlaout
LOTTERI ES ARE LEG.\L, AND~ A UT1l0RIZ ED
BY THlE bT \TE OF GE:ORGI.
The late attemplt to injure
Onr firm. has shown
That rour I otteries are drawn fatirlyr;
That our Prizes arc paid punctulally;
And that outr Sehectnes
Are mtorc liberal than any o~lher Lottery
Int the world.
I HIE following Scheme will he drawn by S.
SWA N &, CO., Maniagers of the SPAlRTA
ACADE31Y LOTTLRY, in each of their Single
Numbler Lotteries fojr Sept. 185~8, at AUGUSTA,
Georgia, in pubic, under the sntjerintenidence of
Class 31 Draws Saturday, September 4, 1858.
Class 32 Draws Saturday, Sept. 11, 1858.
Class 33 Draws Saturday, Sept. 18, 1858.
Class 34 Draws Saturday, Sept. 2,5, 18,58.
UN THlE PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
NEA RLY ONE PRIZE To EVERY NINE TICEET.
TO nEB DRtAwN
EACH SATURDAY iN SEPTEMBER 1
1 PrIze i . $0Ot 4Pizsof..........$70,00
1 Prize of.... ... .5 4 r,0-o1.....0
1 Prize of.........1.ut 00 ....
I Priz~e of ........5.W 4z00r......0
1 Prize of.... .... 4.000 aitrz~ s......41
- Prize of..........a on ,000 rr~s
1 Prize of.......... 1,500110ri.s ......2
~~~~~~~4 Prizes(..........110 5)1ireo.. ... $9ll
6~~~~~~~ Prizes of.$0 pssxtigt Ti0l ........ Sri$tC
4 Przesof 140Pr is of.... .... ....200
4 Przesof 004 Pr iS l.... .... ... G0
4 ~ ~ ~ ~ 5 Prizes of15 "a.... ....z .. areS0
4 Pries s~ 75 Pr i Ps ..... .... B''J
4 l'rus u150 Prze f. ... ....e .... 125
,0 4 Prizes f "r....... 3Przso...........100
54.l Prizes no n Apxting to$,.....r.ze.ar3 $,000
Whl Priets 10, "alve 1,00 Pures are,60.
4~ Pre la sof 125 hepla of t.he PorI s rel5be
4 rizaes of 1'ake wil "e a ,ssist e at h tlohre 4
4 rhizes of th 5 "ri0M Pz.4ne
4 ries of 5a0g "~ t " Whle T izes.are2
5,000 Prizes of 20ck.~ "s t a...................t
5,43 rizteso I'aoun ttigit.......-....-..32,
WhaOler Tickets rale 85,Qurters 82e,60
Eir"A Crcsnrsoin the pile ooi elans fof the LTies wistl b
sn tane dsru free. t
C erTt of Page wil besotr as thies lln rtesn
toeirstiente ifPaikael af ter Whole ickeng.......
Cetilete Pac.:e ofl tenla'f wrieters.........tlttnahll
Ueritletst of ss Pa c o unter:a ~Tet......21
Cet~it'esePagse r teery Er~zeIsh' u, a Tike syab......1
Inl orizering Ti, et0 and ner~plttlnilatelyae
th lrnglothe. moe u ade o the icets rtydered,
5on recipt,.nlahihthe wily co.tlsrw arlbyfrt a
Purers fr haveTikets o edingt inan bne thile may
desi.-nnte.t Acn, olnala
[27 Th lIst of Dmranha aubrs ad, roes tile sv~ent
it purher immdintet y are thecoe da isng. tlstt
wil b Paurchalsferwl ee swie. the fsignitures phah
unOrleteirnostlt, Countyian Jstate.aleto
g|Er-Remmbrsxst itha (evzeryrte, tisdawn I n pnyabuise ien
ruwihout $alnctetonin es , ite1~ Ak
Tri-AiI iz~e f100 n ndr adtmeiteya.
th rwng h- priesone sua tiunte o tho das.
gi.lulyar tomunakm ytriycnt rhitinnt
tiorer frn Tclkis aorns hertiaae addrfese
reter t tcl . i W.\ properly Agusta an. crl
day. . . IA KITHER, Aen Corbi.
N OTICE of thInmerI GE that aredanfomtewpl
atieaont wil the trize at tach onet isesntte to
thell begpuileurer tovery rwing.F.h Ltheu aolln tp
pri:--Ne trleans 1aerct Mobi Cristn Crletot
Ltandr, lavl e Gzettpeb Atet WanHa nenge cre
Ri cmond disp thim ew hokispathr Pauohng (Mice
dOTs.siCE.lan hainpersn indebted to th E
tate of ohn aoia. ,de'. rehrb
ANSLEY. & SON,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BACON, LARD, FLO;UH, GRAIN, &c.
VILL give strict ention to the Sale ad
Purchaso of Merchandise. Flour, Grain,
and all kinds of COUNTRY:-PRODUC ;.
By strict personal attentiqn'to business, we hope
to secure a liberal patronage -from the citizens of
Edgefield and the adjoining. Districts.
Orders for Bagging, Rope, Family Supplies, &c.
promptly filled. -
L.iberal cash advances made on Cotton and other
Produce when desired.
Augusta, Aug 18 3m 32
POULLAIN, JENNINGS & CO.,
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
Opposite Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga.,
,[ONTINUE as beret'fare, in connection with
, their Grocery business *to attend to the sale
of COT fON and other Prodtce.
They will be prepared In4b' Brick Fire-Proof
Warehouse, now in process of erecti..n in the rear
of their store, at the hitersection of -Jackson and
Reynold streets, to receive on btorago all consign
ments made them.
:V Liberal cash advances made on Produce in
store when requested.
THOMAS J. JENNINGS,
Augusta, Aug 16, '.- Cm 32
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION
,( CONTINUES the business in
all its branches, in his large and
commodiouis Fire Proof Wareh6use, on Jackson
Street, ne r the Globe Hotel.
Orders for Goods, &c., prc.ptly and carefully
The usnal Cash facilities aforded enstomers.
Angusta, Aun 4 8m* 10
CLARKE & ROYAL,
Bootri, shoes, Trunks, &c.,
_ AVE, always on hand a LARGE and GoOD
Stock or 1YiitY VARIETY. In our as
sortment may be iotid a.l qualitiet, from the chnp
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 HUFSE SERVANT
.SHOIES, some of wh'ch will be ats good as the best.
A uzusta, Aug. 4, 1858 2m 30
WRIGHT & ALEKANDER,
Globe Hoel Bitildinq, Broad St.
INVITE the attention of Planters to their large
and complete assortment of
2Ti:Gr"E4O C s T'Eri,
Nov in Store, embracing Schley's BEST GOODS;
Virjinia KERSlYS and'PLAINS, of superior
weight and quality, manufactured of domestic
wool. Alo, 'irginia FULLED PLAINS, a most
OSNABURIGS, Georgia STRIPES;
Marlboro PL A r Ds and :STRIPES ;
Plaid LTN-1EYS-a superior ar ticle;
Heavy FL \NNE LS for servants.
Together with a full assortment of
-Fancy and staple Goods!
We invite an exnmination of our Stock. Our
Goods will be found as represented.
ggPrices reasonable, and terms accommoda
augusta, Aag 18 Ct 32
WE AVE JUST RECEIVED a
W very large asso rtmient-Uf~
FRENCH WORKED COLL ARS,
SWISS AND -IACONET BANDS,
SWIS.S A ND -JACONET TRIMMINGS,
SWISA A ND J ACONET FLOUNCINGS,
Plain andi Embl'd l.1NlCN COLLA RS.
Large assortment Plain and Enmb'd L. C. HDKFS,
Rich Chantilly LACE VEILS, new styles.
Rich Silk and Lace MANTILL.\S;
Rich Oraandiei MU-LINS;
Low-price.l L A WNS;
WH ITl BItiLLIANTS;
Plaini and Check NA INSO0K3;
" " JACONETS;.
" "i CAMlBRICS;
"1 " P.ULLS.
These GOODS havitng been recently boughit at a
great reduction on the market Irice, will be soli
correspondhingly low, and a portion of thetn hav
ing beetn bought of the mzannf'acturer ab~out 50 Tier
cent less thban they ciould have bteen bought at anty
auction sale, they wil. b -sold lower than the same
quality of GOODS lhave ever bietn ollered at. in tbi~s
city. IOur stock is otherwise well assortedl, and
offers rare attraictionst in the way of LOW P'RI
CES. All of alhieh we will lie pleased to exhibit
at our ONE PRICE STORE.
BRIOORY A IORRELL.
A ugusta, Ga, June 301858 tf 25
JEFFERS & COTHRANS,
CIIARLESTON, S. C.,
W ILL continue the Factorag~e an d
ComunnisSion Business in this Citly.
(their Ollice on Cetitral Whtarfj where they will
le pleased to give strict attention to the sale of
COTTON, FLOUR, WHEAT, .&C,~
Or to any butsiness entrusted Lo) .heir care. Will
buy Gotds or family supplies t1i orde r.
Commtissiotns for Bnyinig or Selling will be 21
!They take this opportuty of returning their
thanks to their friends and piutrons for their lihe.
ral piatronage, and respectfully-solicit a contitnu
anee of the sane. 11. L. JEFFERS..
-'W S. COTIlh AN,
Charleston, July 10, 185S. umt 27
LAWTON & McNEIL,
Factors & Cosunanlssion Mercisants,
24 VENDUE RANGE, AND-17 ACCOMMQ
DATION WIH ASF,
Agents for Del~arg's Ph~spliate of f ime, and
Kimbierley's A nimial Compost or Cereal Fertilizer.
gy Contsigtnments of Produce solIcited. *
W. S. LAWT ON,
G. 8. McNltIL.
July 13 1858 tf 27
OQN the fir--t Stonday in Septemnber next, I will
sell at pub!ic Stile, at ](dgelield Court h ouse,
to the higehesi bidder, two . Negro Slaves, to wit:
A A.ND A, a likely young woman, about twe-nty
years old, and FANNY, ai valuable wonman about
thirty-live years old, haid slaves are both very
vtaluible, and will be sold unzder a Mortgage, which
has been assianed to ame, executed by Lewis Covar,
on the 27th day of December 1856..
C. 8RLUCE WALKER,
Pr r 1s. Szia~s, Agent.
A ug. 18, 36.32
M~ILK.- nan prepared to fyrnish the Village
with GOOD RICli MILK, at 10 eit., a quart.
Aung. 18 tf 32
ST OTICE.-All persons having claimts against
the I-s'ate of William Logue, dec'd., arc
hereby roquested to present them properly attest
ed ; atnd all personis lnd.btcd to-said Estate must
make imomediate payment..
E. H. YOUNGDLOOD, Adm'r
Aug 18 tf .,32
LL persons Indebted to the Est :te of Mrs.
M1..ry Burt, decensed. are request- d to nmake
payment, nind those having r'emands against the
same, will please present them in due form with
out delay. W- T. SOTT, Admn'or.
Lg The Friends of Col. JAMES P. CARROLL
respectfully present him as a Candidate for the
6tate Senate at the ensuing election.
1' Tne Friends of WILLIAM GREGG, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sen
ator at the next election.
Feb 1 *4
1' TnB Friends of W. W. ADgMS, Esq., re
slectfully pre-sent him as a candidate for the State
Legislatture at its next Session.
Mar 23 to* 11
gW The Friends of J. HAMPDEN BROOKS,
Esq., respectfully present him as a Candidate for
the State l.egislature at its next Session.
EfTi3 Friends of Maj. ABRAM JONES re
spectfully present him as a Candidate for re-elec
tion to the State Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
ffTus Friends of Mr. W4DE HOLSTELN,
respectfully nominate him as a Candidate for elec
tion to a Seat in the next Legislature.
Mar 10 to* 9
gjjrWz are authorized by the friends of Col.
JAMES TOMPKINS to announce him as a Can
4idate for a Seat in the next Legislature at the
0- The friends of Col. JOHN QUA TTLEBUM
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a
seat in the next Legislature at the ensuing election.
April 7 to* 13
gV We are authorized by the friends of Maj.
A. L. DEARING, to nominate him as a Candidate
for a seat in the House of Representatives at the
April 7 to 13
T The friends of M. W. GARY, Esq., present
him as a Candidate for the State Legislature at the
Mar. 31. to* 12
WM. QUATTLEB UM,
W. W. SALE,
JA MES SPANN,
ROBERT D. BRY.\N,
JACKSON COVA R,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
S. IIA RRISON,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
Focr Taz. collector.*
T. T. WIHITAKERL,
E. W. HORN,
CH AS. M. MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
M. W. LYLES,
W or ordM mnary.
D. L. TURNER. V
W. F. DURISOE,
At. C. BUTLER,
ATTORNE Y AT LA W,
OfIice in Law Range,
EDoEFIE LD C. Ii., S. C.
May 15 tf 25
CARROLL 6& TOMPRINS,.
[H AVE this day formed a Partnership for the
LPR ACTICE of LAW and BQUITY.
-. JP. CARitOLL,
R. W. TOMPKISS.
Edgefield, Y ay 15, tf 25
P ar t ner shi p.
MESSRS. GARY & DOZIER have
?1..t:h day formed a Partneship fur the Prae
tiee of LALW and EQUITY.
One or the other at all timies in their Office, udti
the Court h ouse.
M. W. GAIaY. JAMES A. DozaR.
Edgefieldl, June 9 -- if 22
' ~iTE Undersigned having formed a partnership
in the PRACTICE of LAW and EQUITY
for Edgelield District, will gtive prompt and dili
gent attention to all business entrusted to their
The residlence or Mr. Owass is at Barnwell C.
i-that of Mr. FEIDELs at Edgetieldl, S. C.
W. A. OWENS.
May 26 tf 20
S .GRIAFFIN, A ttorney at LAWV and
eSiitrin EQUITY, will attend punctually
to all businssetutdt i ae
lie maliy be found ataltimes ete nteOlc
.f the Com~missioneCr in Eqluity, or in his own
Utice immedihately iln reaxr of the Cour t Hiiuse.
EDGEFIELD C. HI., May 1'J, 10-58. U 17
E. II. YOUNGBLOOD,
17ILL attend promptly to all business ?laced
~Yin his hands.
ronice at Edgefield C. II., S. C.
May 19 tf 19
WILL attend promptly to 'all business of the
TVprofession entra- ted to his care.
OFICE, Edgelield C. -I, S. C.
April 6 1858 tf .__ 13
AR1'rWICI A . TEETIE.
3HlE Sub~scriber having furnished himself with,
ia license t.o use this N EW PROCESS of
INSERTING ARTIIIAL TEETH,
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, with
n assurance of a miore ivsrfect adaptation, and a
losr resemublane to thse natural organs, than can
be realized by any other method. its perrect pu
rity eanliness, freedom fr'm all taste, or galvanic
sensatinl, durability, comfort and security,- are
annilg the advasntag' selaimed for this SUPERiOR
mode of setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, if-_-___ 24_
TI O S. .T. & C. II. M OGIS E,
SUCCESSORS TO LEE A MOISE,
No. 7, Hayne Street,
e CHARLESTON, S. C.
J an 27 l _ __ 3
I. H. STEARNS k C0.,
CommuaisIon Dealers iaa Everything
U SE F U L.
Special attention given to BUYING, SE LLING
and REPAIRING MACHINERY.
Broad Street, ntear Mechanic's Bank, Augusta,
June 15 ly 23
Boot and Shoe Notice.
T HE Subscriber continues to have
.1 made, Onl tihe shortest notice, and in E
the best manner, th4 finest and most sub- U
stantial JKOOTS and SHOES.
Al orders left at his Shop will be promptly at
tended to. C. M. GR.\Y or myself will be found
at all times in tihe Yillage to attend to all orders.
IN work to leave th~e shop without the knowledge
Iof the $ubscribor or my A gent, C. Mi. GR AY.
Ol Shop opposite 13. J. Ryan's Livery Stable.
E. 11. YOUNGBLOOD.
June 2 tf 21
New Cheap Goods,
T 1E Subscriber is now reeivingf at his Store a
FULL ASSORTMKNT OF' GOODS, to
wiich he 'resp' crfully invites -he attention of his
fri~ds and eust..mners.
ggThankful for past favors, he slicits a eou
tinane o te sms JOllN M. CL ARK.
ruul tn.. .1 C., Apnril 91 1858 - if 15
-Edgefield Female Collegiate
T HIE Exercises of thif Institute were rsuned
on the 2nd day of August, under the man
MISS A. J. R. MEARS, PRINCIPAL.
The Scholastic year is divided into two 'essioins
of five months , ach. The .rst Session will end
on the 16th July. The second will commene ona
the 2nd day of August and end on the 17th day
The RATES OF TUITION are as follows:
In the Primary Department, includint Spel
ling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Eng
lish Grammar, Geography, and Vocal Mu
sic, per Session,....................112,50
Inthe Collegiae Department, including Read
ing, Writing, Eng. Granmar, Geogratphy,
Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Geonie ry,
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 Sessiton.........25,00
For Drawing and Painting In Water Col
ors, per Session,.......... ....... 10,00
Embroidery Chenille upon Satin, per Ses 10,00
Embossed Embroidery, " 10,00
Tufting, " 10,00
Hair Work, " 10,00
Grecian Painting, " 10,00
Oriental Painting, " 10,00
Pastel Painting, " 5,00
Students of Music on the Piano will be charged
$3 per Session for u e of Piano, to pay expense of
keeping instruments in tune.
Each pupil will be charged $1.50 per Sesbion to
lefray contingent expenses, for fuel, &c.
gfTuition bills due and payable at the end of
The Institute will be furnished with three Pi
inos in three separate rooms of tho Institute build
ng for the use of the pupils.
Vocal Music is deemed by the Proprietors to be
necessary part of every young lady's education,
aence singing is made a part of the regular exer
ses of the Institute, and the whole School will be
ercised in Vocal music as often as twice a week.
W. W. ADAMS,
S. W. NICIhOLSON.
At the close of the year a Cut~alognte will be pub
inhed embr.,-ing thi. names of all the pupils ini at
:endance during the year, with an engraving of the
ildings and premie.s.
Edgefield, S. C., i ng 11, 1858. tf 1
T lE Exercies of this institution will be con
ducted under the superintendance of the
Suscribgqr, this year; and lae trusts, by strict
ttention to pupils committed to his care toA gire
atifaction to paren'.s, and advance the pupils as
-aaidly as p.ssible.
Rates of Tuitions.
lst Class-Orthogralhy, Reading and
!nd Class-Primary Geography and the
Ird Class--The above studies with English
th Class-The same with Algcebra and
Eatin and 1-rench, $:!5 00
Although it is desirable that iupils should begin
,vith the first of the quarter, still, pupils will be
-eceived at all times, and charged only for the
)rohportion of the timie of the session remahing.
M. B. WARD.
April f4 ly 14
iE Exercises of tle First Session will be
'r clored on the 8th inst. A fler a recess of two
vceks, they will be resumed on the 26th inst.
,JAS. Jr. MOR RI, Prin.
SJuly 'I tf 20
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
eled from New~ York a most COMPLETE and
IAGNFICENT assortmcent of
Respectfully announces to his friends and pantrons
hat he is 'prepared to exhibit a beautiful and
swell manufactured asaortment of CABINET FUR
MITUR E. My largo assaortmdent consists in part of
Ssplendid variety of fine and superhiie
rich lot-all styles-of Ro. ewoodl and Mahogany
Rosewood and Mahogany Libraries,
SECRETARIES WITH BOOK CASES,
beautiful collectiosn of Rosewood and Mlahogzany
WASHI SINKS OR. STAND)%
A good stock of excellent spring bottom
Improved styles of Rosewood and Mahogany
Mahogany and Rosewood Tables,
Consistinag of PARLOR, CA RD, TEA, EXPAN
SION, QUlARTETTE and Ladies WORK TA
Corner Stands and Portable Desks,
A variety of line
An unusually large assortmenct of
Comprising Solid Mahaogany spring bottom Rock
ing Cairs; Sparing bottaom solid Mahmoganay Parlor
Chairs; Cane seat Maple Rocking anad Parlor
Chairs ; a small lot of Prescott Oak Chairs ; Chil
dren's, Nurse's and Sewing Chairs, and Children's
URTAIN BANDS, PICTURE CGRD AND TASSEL, CRIB
CRADLES, TOWEL RACKS, &C,
All of whieb will lbe sold at a very small per
cenat above actual cost, prices. I am coampalled to
cantiue the CASh! SYSTE~M, anda will rigidhly
adhere to it ina future, ar. I am well coanvincedl tahat
it is much the beast systema for all parties.
An examination of moy Stock is solicited. Better
Ikrains are not to be haad ina Augusta or any
ther Soautherna City.
I continue to make to order any F URNITUR E
wanted, and also to repair all old Furniture .ent.
Send along your work and it shall by,~ done ini a
Lg I bes:pealk a li eral share of public ptron
age. -J. MI. WITT
Apr 21 tf 15
Turnip Seed-Turnip Seed.
L. PE EN, A gent, has received his usual
large anid varied assort memai oh Turnip Need,
which are warranated fresh and genuinec. lie has
L.\ ROE WHITE GLOBB,
L AI:GE NORFOLK,
Call and get your supilply, as the season is now
hcre for sewinag, itf you wish 1,o raise goodl crops.
0. L. PENN, Agent.
July 27, i f 30
C HRI STIE & 11UR1LB ERBT.
T lE Subacribers otl'Lr for sale at the old etand
of R. 1I. Sullivan, a CHOICE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
And all othier arthlea ini their line. They haave
naade arrangements to k.-ep their ik, a supplied
with thme BEST ARTICLES, from inte IHEST
Fatnries in thes United States, whuicha they will
sell LOW FORl CASh, or for good paper on
CARIAGES and BUGGIES of every des
cription wall be furnished to order on short notice.
A pril 22 tf 15
FLOJR AND CORN MEAL-Can be
had at auy house for Cashu.
Leater-aness, Sole, Upper, Kipa, &c.
Ri. T. MIMS.
eb 8 ti
300 ACRES PINEY WOODS LAND
T HE Subscriber is desirous of selling his VAL
UABLE TRACT OF LAND, containing
Three hundred acres of
First Quality Pine Land,
lying immediately on the Hamburg & Edgifield
Plank Road, 7 miles from Edgefield C. H., and
bounded by lands of Benj. Bettis and others.
There is on the premises an old but comfortable
Dwelling, the usual out houses, a good new Gin
House and Screw, &c. The best of water is one
of its superior advantages, as it abounds in the
greatest convenience throughout the Tract.
This place is susceptible of the highest Im
provement. The land under cultivation is pro
doctive, and well adapted to Cotton, Corn, &c.
About 130 Acres" of this Tract are cleared, a
poition of whiqh is new around-whilat the te
mainder is well-timbered woodland.
Those wishing to biake a fine investment, and
at the same time buy a good home, will 'do well
to call on the subscriber at an early day.
Price reasonable, and tenns accommodating.
Aug 18 tf 32
V HE cubseriber, wishing to remove to the Vi'
lage. for greator conveni nee to business,
offers hia WELL IMPROVIU) PLACE for wale,
situated thrce miles West of Edgelield Court House,
on the Abbeville Road.
My place is in the neighborhood of Major John
H. Hughes, Jos L. Hill, Mrs. Hagood and John
11. Holhingbworth, mot-t excellent neighbors.
' hose wishing to purchase will lpleace eul on the
Ternes of sale will be made very acommodating.
G. W LANDRUM.
August 18, If 32
Bound for the West'I
T HE Subscriber Intending to re
move West the first of Decetn
ber, offers for sale his valuable plan
Three Hundred & Fifty-Six Acres,
Lying on Horn's Creek, four and a half miles
South of Edgefield C H. Oi the premises is a
comfortable Dwelling House, and a plenty of out
buildings of every kind in good order.
The location is remarkably heal.hy. The neigh
borhood is as desirable a l ay person could wish.
As to the qtality of the Land nonp surpas-es 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 suljeet
to. overflow. The place is well watered, every
feld contaiing a sufficiency of ruitming water all
seasons af the year.
If needed, Stock of all kinds, crop of Corn,
Fodder and Farming utensils tan be purchased
with the place.
if you want to nurchase come and look for
yourself as I intend to sell. 'lernis made easy to
an approved purchaser.
J. L. ADDISON.
'Aug 4 tf 80
A SPL.ENDID Tract of LAND, twelve miles
l West of Abbeville C. H., containing
Four hundred and Sixty Acres,
260 of which is Woodland, finely timbered-bal
ance In a high state of cultivation, most of it
fresh new-ground, with abdut Fifty Acres of Creek
Bottoms. Also, a Tract containing
Three Hundred Acres,
(Which can be bought exceedingly low,) with a
fne Two-Story Dwelling. and other necessary out
buildings. Also another Tract of
Four Hlundred Acres,
Which can be bought low, and dn accommodating
Purchasers will do well to look at these'Lands.
A. M. SMIT H.
Augi 11 t - 81
LANDS FOR SALES
T ilE Executors of the Estate of .lohn Middle
-ton, de-cease-d.otfer for sate, THREE Tl OU
8AND1lGHT HUNL)RD and TWO A(JRES
of LAND, more or less, situate and being in the
south Western part of Edgefield Districs, on the
waters of Savannik River, nineteen miles above
Augusta and six from Fiury's Fesry-adjining ,~
lands of G. WV. Nixon, .1'. t. Nixon, Dr.1?. Mer-: -
riwether, Dr. S. G. Merriwether and Msj. J. 13.
A bout one thaousand acres of said land. conhist
of valuable lowt-grounda. The larger portion of
tbe remainder is in native fesct. The~ whole tract
is well watered by numerous springs, "and is es
teemed remarkably healhby.
Thce place is well improved, having two DWEL
TLNG H OUSES, two GIN 110 USES, and other
necessary buildings, all under goed repair. - e
If not sold befure the first Monday in October, it
will be ci sposed of at that time, at public out-gry,
at Edgefteld C. H.
Those desiring a valuable plantation would do
well to call and see for themse~lves. One or the
other of the Execnt-is may be always found on
the premises, and will be phe aced to show thce camne
to any one deirous of purchasing.
.1. T. AllDDI.ETON, Ee -
August 4, 1858 Ut 30
FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN !
' I'H AT valtuable Plantatien o[ the Estate of the -
I late J. M. VERDI ER, lying in Gadsen Coue
ty, 8 miles fromt Quiney, and 12 from Tallahassee.
The plantation contains
800 of whieb tare cleared ; the greater portion of
the woodland is ha:mmock of the first quality, well
adcapled to the cultivation of Se-a Is'and Cotton and
Tobacco ; the plc is well watered and never fail
ing springs if e-xcelent water are to be found in
the different tields.
Situated in a fine n'-ighbor hood, with the lineet
Rail Road front Tatll.ahassee-a to Pen-saceola, passinge
thtroughb a part eof the least v'aluable woodland, rare
indeucemenuts are thus ofe-red to the purchaser.
ig For further inforatsion app'y to Mr. Jones
of a bbeville, Col. 5. 13. Stephens of Quiincy, Sir. J.
.ohnson on the place, or the undersigned in lieau
fort, So. Ca.
II. E. VERDIER,
Ex'or of .1. M. Verdier.
Aug. 4. 1858 2mn 30
FORl SAL E! .
T iE Subscrib.-r bein. de-sirows to move h~is
hands to the West. off--ru fir tale the follow
ingproety. vir.: 1050 A UREFS OF FIN E PINE
LAND in Edgefleld District. On it is a splendid
Steamn'Saw Mill and GrIst Mill,
whch are doing a profitable business.
One Tract contains 360 ACR ES lying on the
road leading trom Cambr-dge to llambutg, on the
waters of [lorse Pen Creei-k.adjoining l-ands of John
i)urst and others.
One Tract contains 1000 ACRES fno cot
t.,n land well improved, ;ymn in Abbeville Distriet,
on the road leading fr om P'iekcens and Anderson to
hlamburg, one mile above the Edge-field line.
One Tract con nine 350 A CR ES In Pickens
District, immie lietely on the Rail Ral., 10 mites
above Old Penadletcon.
On my Hlotnet adl Tract is a splendid STEAM
M L L running 3 tte ot wocks, SA W M~ILL d&e.
I olier for sale this Mill with 5t0 Acres of Land.
The Hlomeste-ad is on the road leading friom
Cambridge to A bbeville C. H , four miles below
An' person wi'.hing to~ put-chase is requested te
examaine. Bargains can be had, and the terms will
be madu easy. ..L.P TO .
July 7 1858 3m 26
A BAKER COUlNTY
Plantation for Sale,
O NE ofthe BE-T,the PRETTIEST and HEAL
TiilE-T PLANTATIONS in South Western
Georgia, containing '150 Acres, of which 826
are in cultivatie-n, and cleared in the last three
years. All the lRbuses, necessary to a Plantation,
with the fences, are new, having been erected in
the above time.
if neceded, provisions andi stock can be pur
chased with the place. Further information can
be procured of CH ARLES WiTEBHEAD.
Ncw tcn, Baker Co., Ga., Jane 1 8m* 21
N OTICE is hereby given ehat application will
be made at the next Session of the Legisla
ure, for a Charter for a Road to run from the
Lutheran Church, on Edisto, to intersect the Co
lumbia Road ait or near~CoL John Huilet's, two and
a half miles from Edigefield Village.
May6 8m '38