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LIST OF PREMINuS
OFFERED BY THE
Edgefield Distr't Agricultural Society
AT ITS THIRD ANNUAL FAR,
To be held at Edgefleld C. H., October nex'.
The greatest production of cotton upon one acre
of improved upland by the aid of domstic sa
nures with the mode of cultivation, the anuiit
and kind of manure used, the preparation of the
soif, period of planting, the numberof times plow.:d
and hoed, the variety of cotto0i-the land to be
measured and the cotton weighed and vouched
for by affid'avit; the report to be made to the
Secretary and submitted to the Executive Comu
mittee by the first of January next. " Pre.
The greatest production of Corn upon one acre
of restored upland, the mode of planting, manur
ing, kind of manure used and variety of corn
stated under the same requisitions. Pre.
The largest yield of wheat upon one or more
acres under the same requisitions. Pre.
SAMPLES OF FLEi.n) CHO$.
Best Bushel of wheat with a sheaf of the
Best bushel of Corn with a dozen ears. Pre.
Best variety of Sweet Putatoes, not less than a
Beat variety of field Pea, not less than a
Beat bushel of Irish Potatoes, with the mde of
Cultivation e. Pre
Best bale of Hay made in the district. Pre.
Best Bull of improved breed, 3 years old or
2nd Best Bull of improved breed, : years old or
Best Bull or Heifer, from 1 to 3 years old. Pre.
2nd Best Bull or Heiser, from 1 to 3 years
Best suekingo Ca. Pre
Best &ow for milking rualities, without regard
to blood. Pre"
Best Pen of Cattle not I.'s thian five. pr-.
Best Yuke of Oxen raised ii the District. Pre.
Best Blooded Stillion, Mare or C.,t, of any age
raised in the Distriet. Pre
Best Stallion fr heavy draft of any age. Pr.
Best Brood M3are oft any age. Pre.
Best Colt : years ol. Pre.
2nd Best Colt . years old. f'e
Best Cult 2 years obl. P'e
2nd Best Colt 2 years old. Pre
Best Colt 1 year old. Pre
21vl Best Colt 1 year old. - Pre.
Best sucking Colt, without regard to blood. Pre.
JACKS AND JENNE-T.
Best and largest Jack. Pre.
Best and largest District raised Jack. Pr..
Best and largest Jennett. Pr.
Best and largest Jennett raised in the Dis
Best Mule 3 years old. Pre.
2nd Best Mule 3 years vid. Pre.
Best Mule 2 years old. Pre.
2nd Best Mule 2 years old. - Pre.
Best Mule 1 year old. Pre.
2nd Best Mule 1 year old. Prc
Best sucking Cult. Pre,.
Best Boar of improved Breed. Pre.
Best Sow of improved breed. Pre.
Best Sow and pigS. Pre,
Best pen of' Stock hogs not less than six. Pre
Best lot of fat hogs not less than five. Pre.
Best young hog. of native stock, not less than
Best Buck of improved blood. Pr.
Beat Ewe of improved blood. Pre
Best pen consisting of a Buck, Ewa andi
Beat Cashmere Grades. Pre
Best specimen of brimn, from a District fish
IBest specimen of r.ed-belly, from a Distr'rct fish
Best specimen of traut, from a District fish
sOUTHHRN VARMIxO IMPLEMEN~T.A.
Best District made wrought-iron 2 horse moukl
-Best wronghit-iron subsoil plow. Pe
Best wrought-iron aweep. Pr.
Best southern Road W~agon. Pr'e
Best Common plow stock withi a correct state.
ment of the rule by which it is made. Pr.'
Best harrow. Pre.
BestBuggy or Carriage made in the Distr't. Pre.
MANUFACTRLIE IN LEATIHER.
Best dozen pair of Brogans ade in the Dis.
Best specimen of leather tanned in the Dis
Best Oil Paintings, done in the District. Pr.
Best Paintings in Water Colors, done in the
lest Fancy Paintings, &c., Pr.
Best pair district Raised Dorkings. Pre.
Best pair Barnyard Fowls. Pr.
Best pair of Game Fowls. ,Pr.
Best pair Domestic Turkeys. Pre.
Best pair Eastern Geese. Pr.'
Best pair Museovy Ducks. Pr.
Best pair Puddle 'Ducks. Pe
Best pair White Guinea Fowls. Pre.
Best pair Java Ducks. Pr.
Best pair Native Geese. Pre
Best Jar Leaf Lard not less than 201b. Pre.
Best 10 lbs. of Hard Domestic Soap. Pr.
Best 5 lbs. of Toilet Soap. Pre.
Samples of Jellies, Preserves, Pickles, Catsups,
Syrups, Cordials &e., with full description of the
process of manufacture, keeping, &c., for eacli
Best specimen of Domestic Wine, not less thn
two bottles, under the above re'1uisitionts for
each kind. P're.
Best half bushel of dried apple, peaches, or fruit
of any kind. Pr.
Bestspecimen of hermetically sealed fruits. Pr.
Bst specimen of vegitables for table use, her
metieally sealed and preserved. Pre.
Best gallo'n home made Tinegar. Pr
Best specimen of Tallow Candles. Pre.
Best specimen of Starch. Pre
Best Sample of ChineseSugar Cane Syrup Pre.
Best Ham. Pre
Best sack of Flour. Pr.e
Best loaf Bread. Pire.
Best jar of Batter not less than 5 lbs. Pr.
Best district made Cheese. Pre
Best district made Corn brooms. Pr.
Best Apples, Peaches, Pears, Quinces, Grapes,
Plums or Watermelons. Pr.
DISTRICT DOMESTIC MANUFACTUR Es.
Best woolen Blanket. Pre.
Best 10 yards 4negro) Woolen Cloth. Pre.
Best 10 yards Woolen Jeans. Pr.
Best Coverlet of wool or cotton. Pr.
Best pair of woolen Socks or Stockings. Pre.
Best specimen of Sewing Silk. Pr.
Best specimen of Silk and Woolen cloth. Pre.
Best Eag Carpet. Pr.
Best imitation of Marseilles Counterpain. Pre.
Best Stone ware or crockery, Pr.
Bet Tim ware. 5Pre.
M'ost beautiful Collar and Chemisette, - Pr.
Most beautiful Undersleeves. Pre.
Most beautiful Hankerchief. Pr.
Most beautiful Old Lady's Cap. Pre.
Most beautiful Shawl or Mantle, * Pre.
Most beautiful Childs Dress. Pre,
Most beautiful Chikl's thsek or Spencer, Pro.
*Most beautiful Child's Cloak. re.
Best Patch Work Quilt. Pr.
Best Patch Work in Silk. ,Prc.
Best Crib Quilt. .Po
Fo the largest ladys Dress Bonnet sand the
est Hoop Skirt worn on th~e occasion, each.
NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS.
All stock and articles of every kind exhibited,
and contending for premiums, must be' entered
upon the Seretary's Book at letst two days be
lhre the fiur.
The Secr.tary will furnish a list to the jnslges
tf sill 1he stock t n srtieles -itsumitted to Iheir
deciziin 1he! day before the fair.
Timely notice will also be given to the jud-ks
of their several appointments.
Other articles of rare merit, not mentioned
above, will he received, assigned to suitable com
nittees, and share in the awards according to
The nbove-offlered Premiums are all bona fide
and will be exhibited on the day of tho Fair,
varying in value from $2 to $10 each.
A. L. DEARING, Pres.
J. H. MIxu, See'y.
FUULW5IK) KYVaa WSDNaUDAY oatNING.
& 8.1135, D. R. DORISOE & ELIJA KEESE,
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Two Dom.A us per year, if paid in advance-Two
DOLLARIS ..Lnd FwTY Casts if not paid within six
anonis-atil Tuntr.. DOLLARIs if not paid before the
expiration of the year.
Sualseripitions out of the District and from other
Statts. must invarinilly ie linid for in advance.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
All adrertisv.ments will ie correctly an( conspicu
ously inserted it Seventy-five Cents per Square (12
tirevier lines or less) for the first insertion, and Fifty
Cents f1or easch susbicsquent insertion. When only pub
lise4l montlily or Quarterly $1 per square will be
Ehots and every Transient Advertisesnoint, to accure
publicity throsugh our columns, umst inivariably be
said in aivance.
Advertismcncuts not having the desired number of
iisertisons uarked on the margin, will be continued
utitil fuorbid and chrged accordingly.
Thosw desiring to advertise by the year, can do so
tn libural terius-it beiug distinctly understood that
coitriets fur yearly ralvertising are confined to the
siae~.ite, legitinite business of the firm or individ
All emnmeionications of a personal character will be
charged as advertisements.
(Jbituary Notices exceeding one square in length
will Ibe cshurgel fir the tiverplus, at regular rates.
Anninieing & Candidate (sot inserted until paid
ftor.) Five Dollnrs.
For Advertising Estrays Tolled, Two Dollars, to be
paid by the Magistrate advertising.
Edgefield Female Collegiate
-THE Exercisesof this Institute were resumed
I on the 2nd day of August, under the ian
MIS A. J. R. MEAR3, PRINCIPAL.
The Scho!stic year is divided into two sessions
of live miontlhs , ach. The first Session will end
on the Iith July. The second will commence si
the 211d day of August and entkon the 17th day
of D, cember.
The R ATES OF T UITION are as follows:
In the Primary Departmsent, includine Spel
hing, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Eng
lish Grammaar, Geography, and Vocal Mu
sic, per Session,.................-..1,5
In the Collegia'e Department, including Read
ing, Writing, Eng. Granmmar, Geography,
Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Geomec.ry,
Algebara, Logic, Rhetoric, Eng. Comsposi
tion and Vocal Music, per Session,... 20,00
Frnh(Extra) per session.... ....... 10,00
Fur Mussie on Piano, per Session.......25,00
For Drawing and Painting in Water Col
Cra'i, por~ sessio'n,.................10.00
Emb'roidery Chovnille upons Satin, per ties 10,00
EmbonssedI Embroidery, " 10,00
Tuftinig, st 10,00
Oriental Painting, " 10,00
Pastel Painting, " 5,00
Studonts of Music on the Piano will be charged
$3 per SessIon for u a of* Piano, to pay expen'ise of
keepsina instrumecnts in tunli.
Each pain111 will be chiarg~ed $1.50 per Sea.,ion to
defray cuntinigent eJxpentseS, for fuel, &c.
gg5 Tuition bills due and pbayable at the end oif
The Institute will be furnished with three P'i
anos in three separate rooms of the Institute build
ing for the use' 0f the pupils.
Vocal .\iusic is deemed by the Proprietors to be
ai 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 School will be
exercised in Vocal music as ollen as twice a week.
WV. WV. ADAilS,
S. W. NICHOLSON.
A t the close of the yeasr a Catalogue will be pub
lished emnbr wing the names of all the pupils in ut
t.-ndance during the yeur, with an etngraving of th~e
buildings andl premises.
Edgefleld, S. C., A ug 11, 1858. tf 31
THE Exerciscs of this institution will be cont
lucted undler the superinmendance of the
Subscriber, this year; and lie trusts, by strict
atltentioan to pupIils coiimmttedl to his care to give
satisfaction to piareni.s, and adlvance the pupils as
rapi'lly as preii~le.
Rates or Tuition.
1st Class-Orthography, keading and
2nd Class-Primary Geography and the
- abovec, $15.00.
3rd Class-The above studies with English
4th Class,The same with Algebra and
Latin and F'rench, $'!5.00
Although it is desirdbk that pupils should begin
with the first of thme quiarter, still, pup~ils will he
received at all times, and charged only for the
proportion of the time of the session remaining.
April 14~ jy I..WR14
TVIlE Exercises of .tl.c First Sos~idon w#1~ he
I clo-ed ons the 8th inst. A fter a me;u w
weekts, they will be resumsed on the 20th lnst.
JAS. H[. MOURRIS, Prin.
July '7 tf 20
CARIRIAGE REPOSITORY !
CHRISTIE & HIURLBERIT.
~HE Subscribers ofi'er for sale sit the old stand
Lof R. H. Sulliran,, a CHOICE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
And all other artie.s in their line. They hsave
made arrangements to keep their ionse supplied
wjth the BEST ART1CLICS, from the BEST
Factories in the United States, which they will
sell LOW FOR CASH, or for good paper on
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES of every des
ription will be furnished to order on short notice.
A pril 22 tf 15
OTICE-Aplication will be made to the
i1gislature at its next Session, to discontinue
the Road from Saint Miark's Church to Rhinsehart's
Mill as a Public Road.*
July 28 3m 29
1 OTICE is hereby given that application will
ibe mnade by dew Town Council of lamsburg,
S. C.,'to bhe general A ssembly at its next session,
for an amendment of its charter.
Hamburg, August 11, 1858 tf 1
NOTICE.-Appication wi:l be made La the
ugat Seission of the Legislature, for a renuew
al of the Chai'ter of the llamiburg, S. C., Fire En
gine Company, wji alnondments.
Aept. 1, 1558 tf 4
I CE? ICE !-eAlways on hand a supplIy of
ICw)4c w#1i 3he sold at 6 Cents per pound
Cash, . 5. T. pAyIS, Agt.
THOMAS J, FOGARTY,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
UNDElt THE AUGUSTA 1OTEL,
Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
1.W OULD!> respect fully call the attention of Plau
'T ters, Mer hants a--d Physicians to his fresh
and unladulterateI stock -f '
Druigs, letlitil10 and( ChemllcaIs,
AND ALL OTHER ARTICLE-3 IN IS LINE.
I feel assure-1 that no Hous in this City or else
where can oter a stock tsuperior ill OENUINE
NESS PURITY, or on noro REASONABLE
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED!
All oflicinal preparations put up under the su
pervision of graduates of the London and Dublin
Colleges of Pharinacy, and in strict conformity
with the formnlaries of the United States Phar
macopteia.-My stock (f
FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS,
KMir, Tooth, Paint and Wall Brushes,
&c., & c., & c.,
is at all times complete. I would also call atten
tion to my stock of
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Varnishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BURNING FLUID, KC,
which I promise to sell 10 per cent LOWER than
any HoeW in this City.
Any article sold by me, which does not give
satisfaction, the ni.m. y will be returned and ex
pences paid in all cases. -
Atgent for -berman's Patent Truvs, and
the only depot for genuine :weediah LEECHES
in the City.
.;:oliciting a visit before purchasing else
where. I feel coifldenit that the inducements of
fered both in lowness of price and linetnlty in
atl.ending to orders, will secure a port.un (of your
WlcRmemben r my Stare is under the Augusta
110.03, .\ u$ttslfn, Ga.
T HO10.11A. . FOGA RTY.
A ugusta, .:arch 3 ly 12
FIESIl DU(CS, MEDICINES, &C
TE Subscrihets take pleasure in informing
t their fri.eds and patrtons .mt they are NOW
RECEIVING a Lar-re Additioa t, their al
ready extensive Stock of PUlTE awl Fit ESI
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
We are prepared and will take plenau . in fur
ntishinui Plhysicians with a CMilPLiTE OUTFIT
of Me'tici es li-Atruients, Shope Furi.iture, Mcdi
cal! addle Baus, vc., &c. &c.
TO THE LAD I ES.
We will also say to the Ladies that our Stock
comprises A LL articles for the TOI LET, frotn the
Dressing Comb and Brush to the richest Perfume
rv. Fine Soaps, Pomades, I lair Restoratives, 1De
pilattorv, Cosmneties, Lnlhin's Genuine Extracts, &c.
Als.,, FLAVOlING EXTIRACTS for Lulina y pur
TO THE PLANTER
We say, your wants have been attended to in our
pre! ent seleetion. . end in your nrders. or come
in and I. t uts lut. you up a complete Plart'tion
Case of Aledicines, lIstruments, &c , witb full di
rections for use. in all simple cases, and thereby
save time, money and health. A simple cathartic
or the timely admninistration of a, emetic, or anl
anodyit e, does and will often break the chain of
merbidl action, thereby preventing serious and pero
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY
We extend thte invitation to call on us. We have
tll of the mdst r.-puntalee nostrutms reconmmendled
to cure almost all of the ills and aches to which
lesh is heir to. It' you cannot lind anything
adalitted to your case, we will exert our' skill in
preparing somethinog t 'your relief.
~,77Prescriptions filled with accuracy and dis
patch at all hours, day or night.
g.ij'Call and examine our Stock at thme Drug
Store under thte Odd Fellows' & Masonic Hall.
A. G. & T. F. TEAGUE.
Edirefleld, April 22 tf 16
Cherry Bounce und Cordial!
'T II R Subscrih.-r has jtust received a fine supply
I of 5UPhRIUlt Cilh'ItitY B1OUNCiE AND
COR I)IA L, which is a most delightful drintk, and
an excellent. suilmmer buyerag~. Call early and
get a dozetn bottles or so, a it is goinig njl like
July 14 tf 27
Swan k Co.'s Lotteries Triumphant,
SWAN & CO.
Coustiueu to Drawr as usual iisott
LOTTERI S ARE LEG.\L, AND .\UTrIOR:ZII.D
BYT TIlE .T.\TE OF GEORGIA.
The late attempilt to ilnjure
Out' firm has shown
Thait our i otterics are drawnt fairly ;
That our Prizes are paid punctually;
And that otur Schemes
Are more liberal than any other Lottery
In the wvorldi.
'IIE following Scheme will be dlrawvn by S.
- NWVAN & CO., Managers of the SPARTA
ACAIGIY L.OTTI-.tY, ill each of their Single
Numiber Lotteries for Sept. 18.58, at'A UGUSTA,
Georgia, in peublic, under the sultorintenidenecc 'of
Class 31 Dra~ws Saturday, September 4, 1358.
Class 32 Draws Saturday, Sept. 1.1, 1858.
Class 33 Draws Saturday, Sept. 18, 1858.
Class 34 Draws Saturday, Sept. 25, 1858.
ON THlE PLAN 01F SINGLE NUMBEITS.
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS.
TO 1IE DRAwN
EACII SATURD)AY IN SEPTEMBIER I
1 Prize of.... . $Pt.000 4Pie o......~0
1 Prize ic . of ~ie~ ............ 8S,0.t
I1 Prize of . 101 'l~' e........... 7es
1 Prize oCf ......... 6,5,) 4Pras t......a
1 Prize of.... .... .. 4,0(14l50ira' e. .0
1 P'rize of'.... .... ..3,1,5li00 lrzsef.....n
I Prze a'........I~el 4 tPt1rizes 'if........... $90
4 Przesof. I ,tkl234 Prizes oef. ..........1 00
4 Piy~s o $10 4proc'te4 Priz of.... .... .... $100
4~ ~ ~~~5 Prizes tj )5 e 'I.... ....... arc 0
4 'rz~ o50 e I rizee of.... ...re
5,000 Przes ofini C Pri..e... ......... ... 125
,4Prize '... amoutin to..Przes............ 1O00
4hl Pries $10, prfHles $,00 Purier 1,0
P rcular showing t." "la ouf the Prie areil,2be
4Ct I ally o esrs of . reevn 1t.0(1Pie r
4Crizaes of Packa.g400 Pies wilbAod ttefire 400tc
4 ize of the risk:0Pr'esae 0
4CPrtizaesocage of te Whl T, 'ices.ar $80
5,0e rtieso Page of t" a........,........00
C, rties Pcaotn to........et...... .00
WhxOlen TicketHle o5, Qurtericat2,50
onreep'" Aircla hywill the foanrdted bytterest wl.
s'uet tsean e ius reelvig it. n ~uetl a
C'erit of awnbagedP~~s will be soe tteolw ngrts
whichaser isk: I'aewiethi atpe li
Certitetebof tPackgto en Phize Icketw...........$eSI
Cerile o ,0 Pk a;;ftnd Iuaef pTd eiakt.......4 ae
therwinoteh pesa te gurterl Tickefthi... y.....2
I Orer n Ticke s or C rt iicbeahess
ee t i oe S. ourN adr& for. thet Ticket orr,
Purchst~a othe numbers thatare dran frogure heema
with The nLinst the rizethn eacbone Pies eniled sent
wil purchasersimedntel*rlerirliglt the o wlinga
pes-N Pureas willpae Mwrile ter, Cntreplan
andeive, trstil OIIILee, Autyland ta Ite.igler e
EEt"'m ember D hat Newver I:pttzeh rw, Paung payabse.)
Clan al iazes f1,0 nd nes,aid immediatecy tr
J2uAllcomunenton tictl c25enil
1EJOrdCe forTieator C wrillae be adessted
EL ALeisltur t ithems nht ae.i oran omt whee
wirporbe utihe ntietr every drpttwhurg , in Eoloigep
rf:el w Oisr en ela ibieRgitr.ha o
lticmon Diptc-h e orko'spChbrt Pnuabling i
Ju~npu0l1a5 d Trn rt 25ps
ALilaturne at its o CoextSes Torilet oi
cororae te BthlhemBapi . Chuch inEdge
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
C L f T . 0 6i
RAMSEY & LABAW,
(Opposite the Uilon Bank,)
A RE receiving daily, and are ofibring to their
friends and customesrs the largest and best
Stock this ieason they have ever ollered. Having
purchaed the entire Stock almost exclusively for
CASH, and paid unusual atLention to the muaiu
facture of the Clothing, we are prepared to offer
them at prices to defy competition. We have an
eleganl line of
SCARI-8, CRAVATS, STOCKS
UNDERSHIRTS and DRA WER!, every rade;
Linen BiJs->m SHIRTS, froni the well known
manufactories of Morrison & Co., Golden Hill,
John M1 Davis & Co , and Fowler &Co.
A complete line of GLOVES,of every kind;
JHANDKERCHIEFS, SOCKS, &c.
W e have alsoi a very large stock of SERVANTS
CLOThlING, or every kind, which we would call
especial attention to.
Merchants and others would do well to call be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta, April 21, ly 16
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC, &c,, &C,
T111lE iubseriber alaer returning thanks to their
.1 friends i', EDGEFIELD and adjoining Dis
tricts, for their liberal patrdange during the last
ti years, would infoerm then th.at tisy still con
tihauc to keep on hand a largejassortment of
from the elebrated ,manufnetaries of RAV RN BA
CoN & CO. JIAZELTON, BROS.. and A. 11.
GA l & CO , New York, ihtr whom they are sole
Agents. These Instruments.having alrmndy won
such fiar tamed celebrity, it is only necessary for us
to reprat that fur strength. durabiliy and fish,
togetl.er witli power, depth. stoecinues and soft
ness rf tone, they challenge competition. Persons
w:4iJL lig a superior
woul.1 do much better to call and select f-on a large
- tha;zn by dealing with Pedlars and Agents
of inferior makers, wh're they have no chotico. and
have of-en to pay higher prices for interiir Instru
nenti, than fine ones of superiior makers can be
bought for. Every PIANO FORTE solI by usis
warranted in every respect, so the purchaser runs
no risk hutev.r. Persia ordering from,. a dlstnitice
from us can depend upon getting a GOOD AR
TIC LE, a we make it a point to keep goods of the
best qu:dlity and "such as we can recommend and
warran- in avery respect.
Tlie:r striek or MYUSIC is very large and they
are constantly reeeiving all new pieces as they are
published. GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS of
the best quality always on hand.
They would alsoi call attention to their large
School and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery
n d othi-r artiles.-A LSO
Always on hand the largest assortment in the State
of G U ITA RS, VIOLINS. ACCORDEONS,
FLUT ES, FLAG EO LETS, VIOTIN BOWS, &c,
and every article of Musical Nerehandise
Carhart's and Needham's and Prinee's celebrated
ACCORDEONS and VIOLINS repaired in the
All cof the nibove articles sold at low prices for
Cask or City neceptances by
. GEtJ. A. GATES & BROTH ER.
Broad Street, Agusta Ga.-, between U. S., and
Globie I ktels.
A pril 7 18S58 tf 13
WILLiAM II TUTT,
WIIOLESA L E
(Opposite Augustn Notel,)
Establishecd, 1 814.
H AS in Stoire a very extensive stock of PURE
D)RrOS, F \MItY anid PLA NTATIlON
MiEDlClNRS, PAleTS, OILS, W I N D O WV
GL ASS, &c., the gnaality and prece of wivhd he
warrants ugtual to any in the Soulh. A call from
purchi.sers is respectfully solicited.
Hie hans now' on hand
500 Ounces Sulph QUIN IN R,
50 Lhs C~HLUROFtRWil,
' 50 Ohncees MlORPH1INIK,
100 Lbs. T~ltK EY OPI U.\l,
10 lth's. No. I C.\STOR OI L,
2,000 Lbs EPSO.\ SA LTS,
10,000 Lbs. PURE WTIITE LEAD,
G00 tia's. LINSEEID 01,,
500 Gal<. Spts. TITURPENTINE,
12 I.-z.. A CO B'S COR D[AL,
(0 MUTST \N LINLIMENT,
2 " iMEICINECUJEST3 .frFamnilies
12 D~oz IBerhuve's Ilolland BIlTTE~RS,
12 " Schallenbergus Fever atnd Ague
12 Thez. Osgord's India CHIOLAGOGUTE
A ngata, J uly 25, 1858 3m 29
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
-)U)UU Oecrefully selected from the bet
Manufacturiese, and comprising
Every Description in the Trade,
Which will be sold at a very small ad vance on Cost.
In addition to the above, I have on hand,
5,000 Pair Thick Shnoes,
Slightly damaged by getting wet, and w hI be sold
gg" The Subscriber solleits a call from his South
Carolina friends before pyc~hasing elsewhiere.
tW"Tgaff .-Re'tl, C~aSR.~ Wpolesale, time
with approved paper. No second price alked.
- TUdpr U. S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
A ugusta, Ga., Oct 14 tf 40.
NEW SPRING GOODS
BOOTS AND SHOES!
rqiIOS. P. LARUS, A ugusta, Georgia, has
I this day received a large lot dW SPRING
GOODS, and will continue to do so through the
summer, consisting in part of
Ladies' Silk F.xed CONtGR ESS GA IT-ERS,
do do do . do
do Glove Kid Congress do
do Colored TIPT do
do Blnck do do
do Fine Philadelphia Kid and Morocco SLIP
Misses' Fixed Kid-Top KC'SSUTH BOOTSB
do Kid and Morocco SLIPPERS and TIES,
Children.' SHOES, of every description,
Menis' Calf Opera PUM P BOOTS,'
do Goats H EELED INVINCIBLES.
do Patent W. S. PUMPS and Oxford TIES,
do Goats B. S. do
do Calf B. S. do
do Kid Gongres GAITER.S,
do Calf do * do
Boys' do do do
With a variety too numerous to mention. Call
and look, as I have attentive Clerks who will be
glad to show the Goods.
A ugusta, Gee., April 5 tf 13
Butler Lodge, No 17 IsJ.OsF.
THE Regular meetings of thais Lodge
Swill be held hereafter in their NEW|
HALL, By order of the N. 0.
1nly97, tf 8
GREAT desideratum in the way of LIGHT
I is accoiplished. An illuniinating Oil is
prepared from Coal, called KEROSENE OIL,
Brilliany -and hitensity of Light
Is unaurpassed by all other artificial liahts. It is
not explosive-will extinanul.h fire if poured on it
-and last. though not leat, it is very little more
expensive than sunshine. A small Lamp, giving
the Light of six Candles, will not cost excee'ing
half a cent an hour, which can he graduated ao as
to give les light at a much less expense.
We have the exc'usive Agency for the KERO
SENE OIL and LAMPS in this place, and will
sell then at Charleston prices and terms, which
are exclusively for Cash.
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE.
April 28 tf 16
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
Colds. Coughs, aid
BaintRLD, MAss., 20th Dec., 1855.
Di..1. Cekyta: I do not hesitate tosay
the best renmedy I have ever found fur
Couga, llamiareesse, Infiuenza, and the
omactiitantt symptoms of a Cold, isyonr
Oasamr P'CToRAL. Its constant use in
smy practice snil may family for the last
ten years has shown it to possess supe
riur virtuas for the treatment of themo
coamipilait. ElIENIKNIO1T, M. D.
A.B. 31OtTLEY. Esq.,of UTIca, N. Y., writes: "I have
used your )actoral inymelf and in :mny fiAnlly ever sin'ea
ynni inernted it, and believe it the bemt ni-tlclin for its
purpose ever piut out. Withit a had cold I should sooner
pay twenty-fire dollars for a bottle than do without It, or
take any other reamedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza.
SPar m.D, 31 tiss., Feb. 7, 1856.
natorima Arma: I will cheerfully certify your .1'toral
is the best remnedy we pusess for the cure of whooping
congh. croup. mnal the chest diseases of children. Wve of
your fraternity in the South appreciate your skill, and
coammend your vmidicine to our people.
ItIRAM CONKLIN, M.D.
AMOS LEE., Es., MoTitaEr, IA., writes, 3d Jan., 1856:
" I:had a tedions lnfduenza, which conmned me In doors
six w,-eks; tik many medicines without relief; fnally
tried your 1c&;rtd by the advice of our clergyman. The
firAt ,lose reliered the soreness in umy throat and lungs;
Ites than one lalf the bottle made me completely wall.
Ynr neliciaes are the cleapust as well as the best we
can buy, anal wo esteem you, Doctor, and your remedIes,
as the poor man's friend."
Asthma or Phthisic, and Bronchitis.
WxsT 51ASCUESR, PA., Feb. 4, 1856.
Sn- Your Cherry 1tctoral is performing marvellous
cinesla this section. It has relleved several from alarm
Ing symptmuns or consumption, and Is now curing a man
who has laborvat under an affection of the lungs for the
last forty years. IIENItY L. PARKS, 3erchant.
A. A. tAMSEY, 31. D., AIator, MiooE Co., IowA,
writes, Sept. 0,1855: "1 During ny practice of many years
I have found nothing equal to your Cherry Pectoral for
giving se and relief to consumuptive patients, or curing
such as are curable."
We might add olunetes of evidence, but the most con
viucing proof of the virtues of this remedy is found In its
effects upon trial.
Probably no one remedy has ever been known which
cured so many and such dangerous cases as this. Some
no human aid can reach; but even to those the Crry
Pectoral affords relief and comfort.
AsToa IHoues, New Yoa CiTy, March 5, 185.
Doeroa AvzT. Lowzu.: I feel it a duty and a pleasure
to inform you what your Cherry Pectoral has done for my
wife, She had been five monthe laboring under the dmt;
gerons symptoms of Consumption, from w:lmih no old we
anild procure gave bernucl relief. She was steadily falit
laIg. until Dr. Strong. of this city, where we have come for
ad'rice, recoinmended a trial of your medicino. We bless
hi kludtness, as we do your skill; fur she has recovers4
from that day. She is not yet as strong as she used to
be, but l free front her cough, and calls herself well,
Yours with gratitude and regard,
ORLANDO SHELBY, or SuH miurL.
Obnsuamptiivs, do not despair till you have tried Arsa's
Cutmar PeIo .. It Ia made by one of the best medical
chenists in the world. and its cares all around us bespeak
thme lmgh mrits of Its virtue. -Paidelphia Ledger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
TitE sciences of Cheistry and Medicine have been
.taxel tlair utmest to produce this best, most perfect
purgative whmicha is known to man. Innumerable proofs
are shouwn thmat these PILLts have virtues whicha surpass In
excallenace the ordinary medicines, and that thmey win an
larecedentedly upon the esteem of all men. They aresafe
sand laleaesnt to take, but powerful to cure. Thmeir pane
tratinag propertisstlnmulate the vital tactivitiesof the body,
remove time obstructions of Its organas, purify the bleood,
sad expel disease. They purge out theliel humors whilch
breeal amid grow disteumper, stimlate sluggish or disor
dered organas ifo thesir natural action, and impart healthy
tamuri with strengthm to the whmole system. Not only do
they cure tlme every-day coumplainats of every body, but
also fornaldable and dangerous diseaser- thmat luass bailed
thme best of hmuaman skIll. While they proaluce powerndm
effects, they are at the same time, in diaminished dose., the
safest auml best ibysic thmat can be enmloyed for children.
Being sugar-coated, they are pleaumant to take; and being
purely vegetaelmie, are free from anmy risk of herom. Cures
have beenm ale which surpass belIef were they not sub
simatiated by men of such exalted posItion aud character
as toa forb~id time snusicion of untruth. Many emilnent
.cla-rgynmen anmd plmysicianshave lenat their names to certify
to the pubiic the reliability of nay renmedie., whmile others
pamve sent me the assurance of their convictiona that umy
~p'riaala5nt ,coptlbute ignegacpely' to the relief ,of amy
ufilicted, aufferinag fellow-mep.
The Agent laelow named Is pleased to fprnisim grgia my
American Almanac, containing directions foa thmeir use. anad
cerificamtes of thir cures, of the following complalits: -
Costieness5. lillins Comnltaints, Rthenumatisna, Dropsy,
JJearttaaurn, hleaedachme arlaag from a foul stonmacs, Naa
syat. lymligesationm, 3Morbid Igeaction of thme Bowels and Paln
arisim:e tlwreframa. Fitulaoncy, loss of Appetite, all Ulcer.
ns atnad Cntatioesaan Diaspeams wiclh require as cvacuant
mecainae. Scrafla r Khla- A- Il. Tap-y also, by. purlfy
inag thme bit anal stlnautating tesysten:,cuea an
caainpalainats whlchm it would nuat be supposed they comuld
reachI, snehl am De~afnme's, l'artial Blinadness. NeIbralgla aand
Ner'oaas Irriitaiility. D~eraingemnents of the Liver ami Kial
n,-yS, tmt amnam otlme'r kinalreel coimnplainats arising from a
low state of time bo'dy or obstructona of its fiunctions.
Do mnot lhe inat off lay unaprlnclipled dealers witha some
otlaer pill thmey niake moure prolit on. Ask fur Arna's
Pn.u.s, mind take notting else. No othmer they can give
you compaires with thmis in its intrinasic vacdue or curative
powers. Thme sick want the best aid there is for them,
anid they shold have it.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER,
I'ractical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Xmas.
PI~aCi 12( Crs. Prit Box. FivE BOXEs 10a $1.
G. L. PENN and Dits. A. 0. & T. J. TEAGUE
Edlgoelb C. H.; A. J. P'ELLETIERt & CO., llatam
burg, aend by All udcolorm' in medicine.'. Wholesmale by
HAVILAND, C111CiIESTER & CO., Augusta, (Ga.
June 2 ly 21
Octagon Burial Cases
r H~IE Subscriber keeps constantly on htandi at his
IFurniture Rooms. opposite thme Post Olie,
lara'o assorlment of thmis new style of METALIC
BURIAL CASES, of beautiful form,. anid finishei
in per'fect resemblance of highly polished ROSE
WOOD. These.*CAS ES are now extensively used
and possess many valuable advantages over all
Coffins now before the public.
I will also keep ready for delivery at a moment's
warning, a line Stock of WOOD COFFINS, of my~
own manufacture, and of all sizes, prices and quality.
JOHN M. WITT.
Edgefield, llay 13 tf 18
My terms for selling META LIC BURIA L CA.
SES is Cash, but should thme cash not accompany
the order,'inteest will .be chargedi from the day of
delivery. JOHN M. WflT.
N. B.-Wood Coffins will be sold as formerly.
JTan. 20 tf 2
STATE OF SOUTH~[ CA ROLINA,
h EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
B Y W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
Whereas, Chas. W. Freeman hath appliedl to me
for Letters of Adlminiaistrtion, ona all and singular thme
goods and chattles, rightis and credits of James TF.
I -eman, late aof time District aforesaid, dec'eased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonishm all and
singuar, the kindred and crediiors of thme said tdeceaa
d, to be antI appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said Distric jt th e holden at Edgefid
C. H., on the 18th day of September inst., to shiaw
cause, if any, why the said administraiion shmould at
Given under my hand and seal, ihis 3rd day of
Sept. in the year of onr Lord cane thousand et a
hundred and ftyeighmt, and in the 83d year of Amneui
can Independence. ..D RSO,.K..
P URE MISSOURI WINES.-Spark
hing CAT A BA, CABINET, and other brands
f the Missouri Wine Company, can be bad at
I. ii. BOWERa, Agent, Hamburg, wino Is the
bole Agent for tihat Company.
Hamburg, Sept 1tf 34 .
V ERY' CIIEAP.-Just receivod andi for
sale v'ery lowv for cash,
10 Boxzes Colgate & Co.'s pure Pearl Starch ;
25 " Adamantine Candles.
- S. E. BOWER?, Agt.
Hrambu-rg, Sept 1 - f 84
CARRIAGE M AUFMT0R
I 'lE Subscribers return their thaniks to their
XLkind patrons for the liberal support they
have received, and respectfully solicit a continu
ance of that generous patronage.
They state with confidence now that they are
WELL PREPARED to carry on the
Coach aking and Repairing Business
In its variou; branches. Their work shall be ex
scuted in a durable, handsome, style and by work
men skilled in their respective trades.
We have and litend always keeping on'hand a
large and fine assortment of
CA1RIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKAWAYS, &C.
Of the our own manufacture-beautiful to behold
and of milch value to the lucky purchaser.
We will also keep constantly in our Establish
ment a full Stock of Northern BUGGIES and
CARRIAGES, of superior manufacture.
g All sorts of REPAIRING done in the best
manner. iand with the greatest dispatch.
L*Call and examine our Stock. Our prices
have been put down to correspond with the hard
times. SMITH & JONES.
Dec 23 tf 60
THE LIVER INVIGARATOR.
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.
Is it greatinelntiflc medical discovery antd l daily working
urS talost too greut to believe. It eures as if by mag
le, even the 1rst dose giving benefit, and seldon more thani
one bottle In required to cure any kind of Liver Complaint,
from the worst Jaundice or Dispepsia to a common head
eChe, all of which are tihe result of a diseased Liver.
The Liver is one of the principal regulators of the
human body, anal when it perforis Its functions well
the powers of the s)stem ure fully developed. The
stomach is almost entirely cependent on the healthy
action of the Liver for the tiroper performance of lb
functions. When the stout ach is at fault, tihe bowel:
are at fault, and the whiple system a ife r a in conse
quence of-one organ-the <4' Liver-having ceased. t(
in its duty. Forthuediseas es of that organ, one oftht
Proprietors has made it his study, in ma laractice ol
inore thtn twenty years, to tudwomeuremcdy whert
w ith to counteract tie many derangements tc
which It Is liable.
To prove that this re nedy Is at last found, any
itersim troubled with Liv e r Complaint I n a n y
t' its f-,rmas, has but to try a M bottle, and conviction il
A onimp.und has been formed by disolving gumi
andt extracting that loart which is soluble for the ae
tive virtues of the inedi ciue. These guntus removc
all morbid or bad matter froin the system, suliply.
ing in their place a healthy | flow of bile, invigornilni
tIe stomacl, causing food to digest well. puurifying
itie bloodt, giving tone and health It the A hole mnChi
nerv, remnoving the enauses of the disease, and effeet
ing a raical enure without n y of the 4dlsagreenbl
aner effects, felt by using Culonel or Minerni Po
son that is usually resor ted to.
Ono thise afer eling is ansicient to relieve t ht
stomnacl, awl prevent the -( food from rising and sour
Only one dose taken before retiring, prevent
Only one dose taken at 9) night loosens the boweli
gently, anti eures eoslive mes.
Ons I me taken after each ' meal will enre Dyspepala
g-one lose of two tea saioonsful will always re
lieve Sick ileadelee.
One bottle taken for fe male obstruction. remove
tie cause of the disease, tndi makesa leriect cure.
Only one lose uncell ately relieves Cholic, whilh
One dose, often repented, Is a sure cure for Chitl
era Morbus, anil a pre ventative of Cliolern,
Ono itose, taken will lrevent tile reetrrenet
of Bilious Attacks, wilie It relieves all painful feel.
g'" Only ine bottle I ne lesl to throw out of th
system the effects of ar.ctil cine after a long slcknesis.
One bottle tuken for -Jauneiice. r e mit o v e a i
yellowness o r tnnatural eiclor froi the skin.
Onae riltse taken a shirt linac before eating gives vigor t<
the auppeatite, anuel ankes foisi iligestl well.
Onea 'lose, often repteatedi, cures Chronic Diarrhaten ln it
worst frats, whsile summner und bowel eomislaluts yield at
miost to thme thrst tlese.
Onme ort two iloses emures attacks enusemi by wornas, whille foi
wormas inl chitlren, tiaere is nto surer, safer or speedier reaa
city it the woril. ats it ntever falls.
Themre is in examggerationa in these statemetat they are
pmmin. amnber facts, thmat we enn give evilence to jrove, whmile
all whot use It are givinag their unanimouas testituonay in its
We tatke inafimite plemnsure In revenmmnentlng tla:tu meillein
as a tirevemntive for Fever naul Agnme, Chili IFever, and at
Fevers of a Biliius type. It otpera.tes iiti certainiy, am
thmouaneidenre willinmg to testify to Its wonderful virtutes.
.amaong time hmummtreule of Liver fmiteedies anow otfered tI
tliut public, there tare noane we cama so highaly recoumateai n
illR. S.\NF'tlyd INVIOOItATOII, so generm'aliy knowm
anit throughouatth lintonmlm. Tihis ptrelartlumo a truly a
Liver ivigitrnmor, ptriucinig the mtost happy resulta on al:
whon usie IL .tlnimnst lunutmmnerhi ceritbentes avte hteeaa glv
en to tlme grest virtume mof thmi aneilleine lby th:ose of the haigh
es: standling in soeiety, anait we kmntw it to be thte be,-t ptrepna
ratiomn now lie fore tihe iuli.-TI,m coma,aty 15unoet.
1'I:i0E, ON~ 'DOLLAR PElt BOTTLE.
SANFORD & CO.,
Proaprietoars, .451 Broadlway. New Yttrk.
ETFor stale at Edgefleld C. 1[. by 0. L. PENN, AMet
Junte 16, 185,8. ly 28
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFFI ELD! DTSTRICT,
iN O RDINARY.
Richtard Derry, A pplicanat,
John Delaughater aind wife arnd | o e
othmers, defemtdantts. J
I T appearing to my satisfactiona that John De
laughater nnd hais wife Julia, Defendlants in the
above stated case, reside withmout thte limtiLt o1
this State, It is thterefoire ordered and decreed thati
they don appear and object to thec divi-ion or sale
of thec Ream E-tate of .Jane Berry, ac'd., ont 01
before thec 31st October next, or their consenat t(
thec sanme will be entered of record.
W. F. DURISO IR, 0.5 D.
Ortinary's 0flice, A ug 2, 185a8. 3m 30
THlE STATE OF SOUTH CARIOLINA
IN COMMON PLE AS.
J W. SMITH, who is in the custody of th
aP Shteriff of Edgaetield T.istriet, by virtue or a
Writ of Capias ad Satisfacienadum, at thme suit it1
Abmner Bushnmell, hatving filed in may Office, teigetheri
witha a Schmedulhe omn tiath of his Estate andt eil-ects,
hi pettition to thme Court of, Common lenas, praying
that lae may be admitted to the benefit of thme Aets
of the General Asemnbly, naide' for the relief of imm
solivent debtors :It is ordered. that the said A bner
Bushlil and tall othter creditors to wvhum the said
J W. Smith is in nny wise indebted, be, amnd they
tare hereby sunmmoned, anmd have ntotice toi appear
beroare thme said Court at Edgefield Court llouse, on
Monday the fourtha day of October next, tu shtow
cause if any they e-in, whmy the prayer of the pe
titioner aforesaid, should not be grinnted.
- TUJOS. G. BACON, c.c.r.
Clerk's Offic. June 22, 1858. 14t 25
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
. IN COMMON PL EAS. .
T HOMAS D. CH AMBERLIN, whao is in the
custody oaf the ShecritY of Edgceieldi District,
by virtue taf a Writ of C'apias ad Satiafaciendum.
at the suit of .Jmaes M. C. Freehanad, having tiled
ina ay Otlice, togzethecr witht a schedule on tuath of
his I'state and eff'ett, htis petitiona to the Court of
Common Pleas, prayinmg thaat hec may be admitted to
thec benef it of ithe Aclt of thec Genecral Assemably,
made fear te relief of insolvent debtors. It is or
dered, thmat thte said JTames M. C. Freehand and all
other creditors, to whtom the said Thomtas D. Cham
berlin, is in anywise imdebted, be, and thaey are
hereby summoned, nand have notice to appear be
'fore the said Court att Edgefield Court llou'e, ont
Monday the. fourth dlay of Octobsr next, to show
amitse, if any they cain, whay the prayer of the peti
tion aforesaid, ahould not be granted.
TIHOS. G. BACON, cc C .
Clerk's Office, June 25, 1858 14t 25
E! XECUJTORS NOTICE.-All persons
ihavinmg claims against the Estate .of Avery
Bland, deceased, are hereby nolified to present
th em, properly attested, immediately.
J. S. SMYLY,)
J. A. BL A ND, Ex'ors.
JTan. 6, If
L OST OR STOLEN on or about the 2nd
.L of Aulgust inst., in Hamiburg. a Note on M.
WV. Clary for $69, in favor of we 3. J. Mulligan,
given the 21st day of Jluly 1858, and due one day
after date. All persons are forewarned from tra
ding for said Note.
A ug 25 8t 83
N.OT1CE is hereby given that application
wlbemade at the next Session of the Leg
islature to incorporate Harmony Methodist Epis
copal Church. .m3
VXECUTOR'S NOTICE.-Those persons
-~ indebted to the Estate of A braham Kilerease,
dee'dl., are hereby notified that they must pay the
same by or before the 15th September next, other
wise they will have to settle with my A ttorney.
Those having demands against said Estate wili
render- them in, properly attested, without delay.
J. A. TALBERT, Ex'or.
Jntyr 8m 261
CAROLINA H1E L.
T HE Pioprietor of this well known and popu
lar HOTEL takes pecullar peasure in an
nouncing to his friends and the travelling publii
generally, that this House is open for the reception
of company, and that his whole e.ergie Will be
put into requisition to gratify the wants of each.
and all who may favor hime with til.i rO e.
The House has just been thoronghry' repI id,
anl the Rooms ad Furniture put in ekellent con
dition for the Spring an4 Summer season.
My Table will be furnished with the best that
can be had, and presided over by one skilled In
the culinary departmentand in short,.cverything
requisite to gratify the taste of the epicurean will
be supplied in abundance. The servants of.the
CAROTINA HOTEL are noted for their politepnd
attentive character, and are ever in attendance to
obey the wishes of my Guests.
New STABLES have recently been built, which
are commodious and complete, and Horses left In
my care will receive kind and careful treatment.
. Thankful for past encouragement and patron.
age, I respectfully solicita continuance of the same.
JOHN A. MAYS.
0' The travelling community are notified-that,
they and their bagaage will be conveyed, at a mo.
ment's warning, without charge, to the Carolina or
Georgia Depots. J. A. B.
Hamburg, May 8 1858 tf 16
CHEAP FAMILY GROCERIEI
T 11E Subwcriber is now receiving and opening
a VERY CHOICE STOCK of well selected
To which he begs leave to invite the attention of
Planters in want of Choice Supplies. He may be
found in the Block of Buildings formerly occupied
by G RORGE ROBINSON as a Hardware Store,
My course will be to adopt the old motto,
"A nimble Penny Is better than a'
Slow Shilling 1"
My Stock will consist in part of the following ar
St. Croix SUGAR;
New Orleans, old process, SUGAR;
" new " do.
Stuart's A. 13. and C. Soft do.
" (A) Crushed do.
" Powdered do.
" Sugnr House SYRUP;
New Orleans do.
Old Government Java COFFEE;
Rio do. superior;
Eng'ish Dairy and roshen CREESE ;
Choice Old IRANDY and Holland GIN;
Jamaica and New Enaland R UM;
John Gibson's XX and XXX
Rectified and Tennessee WHIIIKEY;
CONFECTION A R IES and PICKLES
MACKEREL. SALMON and SARDINE.;
Supertine FLOUR. &e., &c.;
A Fresh supply of ORANGES and APPLES;
Together with many other articles too tedious to
mention. THOS. EERNAGRAN.
P. S.-Also a fresh supply of No. 1 and 2
MACKEREL In Kitts, I and j Bbls;
Buckwheat FLOUR, No. 1;
Fine Spanish SEGARS;
MACCARONI; CITRON; and CRACKERS;
26 Bbls. Fresh Thomaston LIME;
Hamburg, Jan. 19 ly 2
House, Sign k Ornamental fainting
HI I Subscribers take pleasure in annouteig to
Lthe citizens of Edgefield District, that they
are now prepared to do all work entrusted to them* -
in the lino of
HOUSE AND ORNAXENTAL PAINTNG,
To, a: who may be pleased to favor us with their
patronage, we promise to give entire satisfaction.
All work entrusted to us shall be executed with
deupatceh and in a workmanlike manner.
Our terms w ill be reasonable. For farther par
tieunars call on us at Edgefield C. HI.
C7 REFsa.Nrc.-Capt JAs B. GuIFrw and Gen.
W. C. MORAGNE, of this District.
RICH & PAUL.*
Ju'y 21 1858 3m 28
NEWi GOODS FOR 18581
SPRING AND SUMMER SUPPLIES.
r AMt now receiving my Spring supplies of Dry
I Goods, Groceries, &c., &c., which, In peint of
quality and cheapness, will compare favorably with
the Goods offered by the merchants of Hamburg
My stock of Dry Go.Ms consists of almost every
Ladles' Dress Goods, b
Of the most fashionable styles and of all qualities.
Also, a fine assortment of soasoable poods for
Genatlenen an Y41outhits Wecar.
Also, a large variety of
BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &C,
In the GROCERY line I am prepared to offer
such inducements as must please my customers.
My stock consists of an assortment of
Sugar, Cof'ee, Ten, Molasses, &c,1
Also, always on hand TOBA CCO, SEG.4RB,
SNUFF. W IN ES, BR ANDiES, P UR E
W Come and look at, my Stock.
.I. L. HARMON.
Winter Seat, Mar 2'2 tf 11
DANAWAY from the Subscriber's mother,
.'i about the 1st April last, his likely Mulatto
boy RICH \IOND, about 21 years old, and about
5 feet i or 8 inches high. His color is tolerable
briaht and his hair pretty straight, and wore
when he left a moustache. Hie is intelligent and
tolerably quick spoken. Hp has bppn raispd ip
the ho use, and Is a valuable dining-room sprvant
and good ostler.
It is supposed he is larkcing pbonfp somp pf tlp
neighboring cities,-cither Hamburg, Augusta,
Charleston or Columbia. The above reward will
be paid for his apprehension and delivery in any*
jail so that I may get him. And any information
concerning him will be thankfully received.
T. N. LUNDY.
June 23 tf 24
WTge Augusta Constitutioralist and Charles
ton Mercury will please copy weekly for one
month and forward bills to T. N. L., Edgefield C.'
NOTICE ?-AII person. indebted to the Es
tate of George McD. Rearden are requasted
to make immediate settlement ; and those having
demands against the Estate will please present
them forthwith, properly attested.
E. P. H. KIRKSEY, Ad'or.
'Jan.16, _ __52. .
N OTICE is hereby given, that application
will be made to the Legislature at its next ses
sion, for a release of all the right and interest of,
the State in the Esepecated Property of Charles
McGrego. deceased, to James S. Henderson and
July 20 1858 3m 28
TOTICE-AII persons having ecaims against
the 'Esfahiof 4ames S. Coleman, dee'd., are
liereby notille'd to ren'dor'them in hiy the 1st March
18.59-otherwise their notesa or accounts wrill -oi.
tively be debarred. And those indphbted to 'd
Estate must pay up by the 10th ebury neyt, oy
they will most assuredly he compelle to pay costs.
BENNET PERRY, Adm'or..
Juno 9 9m* 22,
N OTICE.-All those indebted to the Estate'
of Dennis McCartey, dec'd., must pay up by
the 1st January next ; and those h'aving c14ims
against the Estate will render them In by that day
properly attested. JACOB McCARTEY,
Aug 25 17t 33 Adnm'r.
NTOTIpE is hereby given ihat application wlig
.Ibe made at the next Sesion of ths Lpgll#
ture, for a Charter for a Road to run from the
Lutheran Church, on Edisto, to intersect the Co
lumbia Road at or near Col. John Hulet's, two and
a half miles from Edgefleld Village. 1
MayO 3 m1
N OTICE.-The Debtors and Creditors of -
Win. Fey, Deceased, are hereby noti~ed to
meet me in the Ordinary's Otlee at Eage~eld C.
HI., on the -'4th Monday in October next, asa final
settlement will be made on the Estate at that time.
E. N. FOY, Adm'er.
Aug. 4, 1858 . 9t 30
I'LOUBR AND CORN lMAL--Ca'n be
had at my house for Cash,
Leather-Harness, solo, Upper, Kip, &c.*
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