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- -AUGUSTA, GA.
U7OU W invite 4he attention of the citien' of T Edgseld Distriet to their large and elegant S*:e U SPRING AND SUMMER GOODB, oh t de . now displaying at their e' PRIC E STO R E verything of the latest and most ele ~L~aXATPA~ TAA, SHAWLS, HOOP SKIRTS, ?.~4e evrystyle manufactured. . - Oo EVERY KIND. - of our own importation. ienh, English & American Prints, GINGHANM, MUSLINS, CRALLIES, BEREGES, NOSIERY, GLOVES, FURNITURES -Br*lianats, ,aonets, Cambrics, &c, -ALSO - All the best makers in the market, of DOMESTICS, ZOESZWWZ GOODS, LINErS LLYN.DAMASKS, HERTLGS, Pllowf i Lne nad Cottons, Tbweings, &C., &C., &C. Making up one of the Bet Stocks of Dry Goods ever offered in this market, and embra eingall of those styles most highly prized by good housekeepers. And as we are the only House in the City that invariably adhere to the ONE PRICE STSTEM, 'We would call particular attention to this feature of oir Thde, and ask all to consider its advantages. It guarantees to the BUYER the LOWEST MAR E PRICES, because it forces the SELLER -aown to the smallest sum he can afford to take for his goods, and of course BARGAINS cannot be - p edfrom any other mode of doing business. Pliase notice that we rigidly adhere to ONE ggTNhat price we WARANTEE to be as low as the lowest. 'gAnd that we never reort to the trick of BAITING. " Auguta, Apr 12 tf 14 NEW SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING! Augusta, Ga., A RE GWTING in a splendid Stock of Goods, - and invite all who need any article in their ine to call and examine them. Our Stock consists in part of . Sido-Stipe Casimere COATS and SACKS, with PANTS and VEST to match; Black. Cloth and Cashmeret FROCKS and BSAk and PANTS; hea a Grenadine Silk VESTS, (a growln, White and Check Side-stripe LINEN -aijd~1AlRSEILLES Coats, Pants and Vests, &0. A. hrgelot of FURNISHING GOODS; *Mbileis White and Colored SHIRTS DRAWERS, SOCK8, IIANDKE~RCHTEAS, COLLARS, GLOVES, TIES and SUSPENDERS. SBOYS' SUMMER CLOTHING,. S * All sizes and Puices i -Yalerlag-Clothing made to. Order. Our stock of fashionable CLOTHS, Black, Rlue, Brown abd~latet-have arived, together with a beatiful suotmentof side-stripe CASSIMERE ~for pats -, .e-stre LINENB and Marseilles for .pants, Rce'Slk agliMarseilles'Patterns for Vest. 4AH of-ibilh Mr. JOHN KENNY will be plessed et abctr animakeaip to order, warranted to fit and pla.s. or no salei -. -OHN-E L.ORA W- CO., ..-e.*ssornti J.M. ewb.& CO Under U. 8.Hotel, Augusta, Ga. ~NE1MG SPRING GOODS ! BOSTS AND SHOES! sammer, consisting in part of Ladies Silk Fized CONGRESS GAITERS, Sdo do do do Gidve Kid Congress do do :Colored TIPT do ~'do Black- do do do Fine Philadelphia Kid and Morocco SLIP PElS Misses':PIx.ed Kid-Top KOSSUTHI BOOTS, do 'Kid and Morocco -SLIPPERS and TIES, Children.' 51HOES, of every desaription, - Men.' Calf Opera PUMP BOOTS, do Goats HEELED INVINCIBLES, do Patent W. B. PUMPS and Oxford TIES, do Goats B. S. do do .Calf B.S. do .do . Kid Congress GAITERS, doa Calf do do Boys' do .do do - -,With a #arlety too numerous to mention. Call and leeki, 'sI have attentive Clerks who will, be ,glad to show the Goods. -Agsta, Geo., AprilS t f 13 WiAT CH M A KER ! iY HE Subscriber having purchased the premises .formerly occupied by Mr. H. A. GR AY, as a SWatch repairing shop, is nOW prepared to do all kinds of work in connection with SWatches, Clocks, Jewelry and * Sliver Ware. ~ ating secured theservicesof a FIRST CLASS .WATCH MAKER, and being a practical Clock Maksi- himself, ho hopes to give entire satisfaction. All work done at his shop is warranted, and if it ihll, to give satisfaction, the money will be re All M persona leaving work with him may depend ;upon.getting it at the time promised. 74P S.--A Regulator, that will keep exact time, wBi bie kept running in the shop. Persons desi mid.isof obtaining the true time can be accomoda lted at any hour in the da . H ADE * DeB0W'S. WEEKLY PRESS, ,~E 3BOW'S WEEKLY PRESS will be'1 y! 17lished' on a handsome double sheet, at the '/. City of Washington, and will be delivered to subscriber, at the low prie ~ of jwodlars per annum; or, five dollars for three copies or, five dollars for one copy and a copy of ~.DsB 'w-Ravrhw-all in advance. It will be devoted to the current News and dii e aisi'ns of the day, home and foreign, political and geral ; eupsleing, also, Literary Sketches, Tales, Ey, etc, together with papers upon Education, Agriuhtre, Commerce, Manufactures, Mining, and -the Arts, and will be made, in every respect, ;AN.CCEPTABLE FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Able writers and contributors are secured in eve ry department. The 'City of Washington is perhaps the most -favored p'nt in the Union for the establishment of sadbaaheet. J. D. B. DE BOW, 8pi , 1858 lrif g iea ~ almetto Association, .'YE ANINIVERSARY ADDRESS of the Asso clatlon will be delivered in this city by Gen. JOhN A QUITMAN, of Mississippl, on THURS ~DAY, 4th May next. ATh f bu!esof the Palmetto Regiment, and the 'generaih5yUare respectfully Invited toattend. - W. F. PURSE, ~ e cing Secretary Palmetto Association. *Clidla,.April14 St 14 tytOICE--All persons are forwarued not to pa7: y mney to my boy JOEC for work, he ~ eteaployoet a do. On his Snishing any work -h. imemploying him wiil pleae give a Note aneydne gja able to me or my order. .$- . ~ .. ISEIBELS. .*da*" NEW S? RP1ING D RY GOODS GRAY & TUR LEY, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA, Beg to call the particular attention of the Public to their NEW AND ELEGANT SPRI1 ST0C.K OF RICH AND FASHiN 1 DII GOODS, Which they are now receiving, purchased on such favorable terms as to warrant them in assuring their friends .and customers that they- can save them at least from Fifteen to Twenty-five per Cent. ON ALL FINE AND IMPORTED GOODS. The question may naturally arise, how is it possible for them to do so? In answer to this, the wish it to be distinctly remembered t their's is the ONLY HOUSE IN CEORCIA That keeps an experienced Purchaser, all days in the year, in the Northern Markets, with the cash in hand to piek up BARGAINS, wherever they are offered. When this fact is remembered, it will be easily perceived that they buy Goods from FIFTEEN to TWENTY-FIVE and in many cases FIFTY PER CENT. LESS, Than the same class of Goods can be bought for when the Northern Markets are crowded with Southern and Western Merchants, laying in their six months' supplies. THEIR'S IS STRICTLY A CASH HOUSE. They buy and sell for CASH; and to save the feelings of all on this subject who might feel hurt on a refusal to open accounts with them, They Distinctly statej~that) they open Accounts with no one, NOT EVEN IF THEY.WERE WORTH A MILLION. They beg to refer to a few of the leading articles in the different departments of their Stock. In their DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT, WiLL BE FOUND ALL THAT IS NOVEL AND RICH IN ich Chintz Chene B adre SILKS; Rich Chintz Ra e I ile SILKS; Rich Moire Anie lack and Colored SILKS; Bischofrs Cel bated Black BILKS, in great variety; Mai-cellaine and Florence SILKS, all colors; Grenadine Crape D'Paris and SeWing Silk ROBES; Challie, Barege D'Laine, and Barege ROBES; PRINTED LAWNS PRINTED BRILLIANTS; CHALLIES, BAREGE DELAINES; BAREGES CRAPE MARETZE' CRAPE t'PARIS, CANTON dLOTIJ; .BOMBAZINE, ALPACA, &c.; 500 pieces*French MUJSLINS, fine, warranted fast colors, l0c. per yard; 100 pieces fine Figured BAREGE, for twelve and a half cents per yard; AMONG OUR WILL BE FOUND THE CHEAPEST STELLA SHAWLS AND SCARFS EVER BROUGHT TO TilS MARKET. A fine Stella SHAWL for Two Dollars, good value for Five ; Fine Black and Colored Silk MANTILLAS, from One Dollar and Fifty Cents to en Dollars.-.In their Embroidery and Hosiery Department, WILL BIE -FOUND Ladies' HOSE, in Cotton, Silk and Linen ; Misses' HOSE, in Cotton, Silk and Linen ; Gents. HALF HOSE, in Cotton, Silk and Linen; Ladies' GLOVES, in Kid, Silk, Linen, and Silk Mitts ; 5,000 Embroidered BANDS, in Jaconet, Swiss and Mull; 5,000 Embroidered COLLARS and SETCS, in Jaconet, Swiss and Mull; EDG INGS and INSERTINGS, in great variety ; Embroidered Linen Cambric H ANDKERCHIEFS, in groat variety. ALSO, English Thread, Gimpure and Hloniton L ACES, just received from Auction, and selling for half the Importer's cost. W HI TE G O ODS. Embroidered Muslin and Lace CURTAINS; Enbroidered MUSLIN, for Ladies' Dresses ; ' Plain Jaconet and Swiss MUSLINS; Nainsook, Mull and Book MUSLINS; *ed Brilliante and French Cambric MANTILLAS, SHAWLS, era,,SCARFS, &c., in great variety, and very cheap. .D O ME ST I CS. 5essBrown SHIRTINGS, 6+ cents; c ases White SHIRTINGS, 6t cents; 1000 pieces CALICOES, fast colors, 6+ cents ; ALL THE FAVORITE BRANDS OF AMERICAN AT LOW PRJCES. A very Handsome Lot of Ginghaia, , IN BLACK AND COLORED.. 2,000 COUNTERPANES, from *1,25 to *10 each; 5 cases 1 1.4 SHEETiNG, best quality, 31+ cents ; -5 cases BED TICKING; Apron CHIECKS; Furniture PRINTS, &c. LINENS ! LINENS ! LINENS ! Best Irish Linen DAMASK, 50 cents to *1,50 ; Best Irish Linen NA PKINS and DOYdhIES, $1 to 4,50 ; Best Irish Linen TABLE CLOTHS ; Best Irish LINEN, for Shirt Fronts, 25 cents to 1,50 ; Plain and Fancy LINENS, for Gentlemen and Boys' Wear, fre.m 18j to 75 eents per yard. S U ND R IES. RIBBONS-LUTES, Satin and velvet; Furniture and Dress FRINGES; PARASOLS; HOOP SKIRTS; VANS; HAIR BRU~tIES; - COMBS; FANCY SOAPS, &c. To all of which they most respectfully invite the attention of the public. GRAY & 7ULEY. Augusan Ga.. ApaU 19. 155. aB .14~ AC CARD'. SPRING &* SIJUER OPENINGJ MISS m. P. MATHEW9, Augusta, Ga., having juit-returne, from New York, respectfully calls the attention, of her former friends and patrons,. 1'r ll as strangers viiiting the, city, to her stock of SPRING and SUMMER'. HATS, DRESS CAPS, E) nRES Riding Hats, Freneh Flowers, .Ac.,&Ac., &c., which she opened on the 1st inst, at her new store, opposite the Masonic Hall, formerly occupied by Ward & Burchard. Also, a full assortment of Children's HATS; Lace, Silk and Mourning MANTILLAS, Dress TRIMMINGS, Ladies' SKIRTS, CORSETS AND HOOPS or every description. Miss MATHEWS returns thanks to her numerous friend" and customers for their past patronage and solicits a continuance of the same. All orders attended-lo promptly. - M. P. MATHEWS. Augusta, Apr 5 2m* "1 SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS! AND CE2A-: 31' 0 2L CA. NIE. JAMES HENEY, Augusta, Ga., has just returned from the Northern markets with a superior stock of Fancy and Domestic Goods, Comprising some of the newest styles, as well as the finest texture of DRESS GOODS, to which he wishes to call the attention of all persons visiting Augusta, pledging himself that he will permit no one to undersell him, and is confident that he can sell at least from 6 to 10 per cent. cheaper than any other CASH STORE in the City. HIe and those in his employment will feel a pleasure in waiting on those who favor him with a call; and as they will of necessity have to examine the stocks of the city in order to find the best value, he hopes they will bear in mind his store, which is one door above the Georgia Railroad Bank. CALL AND SEE HIS STOCK! Study your interests ! Nobody compeled to buy! rybody waited on with pleasure! ALL STYLES-VERY LOW. Printed Lawn, Organdie and JACONETS, all varieties and very cheap; Printed Lawn, Organdie and Jaconet ROBES, different styles ; Printed Lawn BAREGES and GRENADINES; A larme lot.of GINGHAMSAnd CALICOES; Swiss, Jacomet and Mull MUSLINS; A splendid stock of EMBROIDERE.D Goods; Summer SHAWLS ad MANTILLAS. IN TnE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Is to be found all that is novel, never having been better supplied with all that is desirable in BONNETS, HEAD DRESSES, &c., &c., &c. Shaetigs, Shirting" & Osnaburgs. IRISH LINENS;-TABLE LINENS and TOWELLINGS; Mu!.quito-NICITINGS; Bed SPREADS, FRINGES, &e. A full supply of HOSIERY, &o., &a, &c. Augusta, April 5 tf 13 New Spring: Goods! WILLIAM H, CRANE, AUGUST A, GA., B EGS to announce to his Edgefield friends that .he has now in Store, and is constantly re eeiving, a large and well selected Stock of. Spring and Sumnmer..D~y 'Goods, Which lhe is prepared to sell at VERY LOW pri Ces FOR1 CASH. Au many. of the Goods have been purchased of Cash Housske i enabled to OFFER GREAT BARGAINS!I It will bo to the interest of thesie visiting the City to call and examine his Goods and prices, as he is confident th.ey will contaare favorably with any in the market. Among Elfsl~ek may be found Fancy Plaid and Checked SILKS ; Chene Bayadere SILKS;. Black SILKS, all qualities;. Plain and figured CH ALLIES; Flounced Mvuslin ROBES; Organdie, Chilli and Grenadine ROBES; MtANTILLAS, SHAWLS and SCARFrS in great variety ; A large stuck of L AWNS, MUUSLINS, GINO IAMS and PRINTS, together with a full Stoek or HEAVY AND DOMESTIC GOODS, Suitable for family andl plantation use. A large lot r CA LICOKIS, and bleached and brown SItRT NGS, tat 64 ets. A ugusta. Ga , April 5 2: 13 NEW DRUG AND SEED STORE, Y Friends in Edgefield and surrounding coun Ltry, are informed that I have opened a Drug and Seed Store, and would be happy to supply them with any thing in mny line. Orders filled with dis patch. When I -hall have completed my arrangements, I intend the "SOUTHEEN SEED STORE." To be a thing to brag on. I have cultivated a mar ket garden for ten years, so that when I recomn mend a seed to come upt, I mean that its iroduction will be good, for many will do this, andl yet bo worthless. V. LaTASTE. Augusta, Ga., April 0 5t 13 Fine Pianos, Books, MUSIC, &c,,"&c, rj NHE Subscriber after returning. thanks to their . friends in EDGEFIEL1) and adjo'ining Die tricts, fur their liberal patrimage during the last t'n years, would inform them that they still con tinue to keep on handl a large assortmeint of PIANO FORTES from tihe celebrated manunfactories or R AVEN BAI CON A CO., 11AZELTON, BROS., and A. 11. GALE A CO., New York.-fhr whomi theoy are solo Agents. These Instruments haying alrendy weon psuch far famed celebrity, it is only necesmary for us to repeat that for strength, alurability and finish, together with potwer, dpth, stoeetness and soft ness of tone, they challenge competition. Persons wanting a superior PIANO -FORTE, would do much better to call and select from a large assortment, than by dealing~ with Pedlars and Agents of inferior makers, where they have no choice, and have often to py higher prices for inferior Instru ments, than fine ones of superior makers can he bought for. Every PIANO -FORTE sold by us is warranted in every respect so the purchaser runs no risk whatever. Persons-ordering from a distance from us can depend upon getting a GOOD AR TiCLE, as we make itsa point to keep goods of the best quality and such as we can recommend and warrant in every respeect. Their stock of MUSIC is very large and they are constantly receiving all new pieces as they are publised. GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS of the best quality always on hand. They would also call attention to their large L'tock of Schol and Xiscelano0us Eooks, Stationery Elank Eookur and othr'articles.-ALSO Always on .hand the largest assortment in the State of GUITA RS, VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS, FLUES, FLA JOOLEts, .VIQLIN BOWS, Ac , and every article of Musical Mer~chandise. Carhart's and Neelham's and Prince's celebrated MLODEONS. ACCOR DEONS an-d ViOLINS repaired in thec best manner. All of the'above articles sold~ at low prices for Cas or City acceptances by GEO. A. OATES.A.DROTHIER. Broad Street, Agusta Ga., between U. S., and Globe Hotels. A pril l1858. .tf . 13 Received this Day. T lHREE HUNDRED gallens Unadulterated .BURNING FLUID ,at 70. ets per gallon. 100 gals. celebrated KERSNE OIL; extracted from coal, at $1.25.. Also, a fresh supply of Sweedish LEEdHES. A reasonable- deduction unade to country mei chants purchasing Leechesrt theb Apothechry'i Hlall, under Augusta Hotel. THOMAS?.-FOGARTY. -Augusanan.. April14 f'ft 14 Zones 1858. SPRING EXPOSITION! 1858 SPRING IMPORTATIONS OF FIRST CLASS STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS! Sias, Grenadines, Bareges, Challies, Mus. lins, Embroideries, Hosiery, Linens and Domestic Goods, And the usual line of Goods kept in a first class Dry Goods store. Ladies will find in our extensive stock the great est assortment, in each of the above departments, ever exhibited in Augusta. Our great facilities for obtaining GOODS from Auction and large Im porters, are such as to ensure our customers that they may make their purchases from us at the very lowest prices; and many leading articles much below the market value. Our Northern, Eastern and European Corres pondents will send us weekly throughout the sea son, all that is New, Novel and Stylish, in the way of Dress Goods and Embroideries. Our House claims the especial attention of Stran gers and Visitors, as only one price is asked, and all Goods are marked in plain figures; therefore, inexperienced purchasers are not over charged. Ladies will always receive kind and courteous attention-it will afford our salesmen pleasure to show Goods. DICKEY & PHIBBS. P. S.-Sole Southern Agents for John White side & Co.'s ceeebrated 1 RISH LINENS. Augusta, Mar 29 tf 12 APOTHECARIES HALL. THOMAS J, FOGARTY, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY, UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL, Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia, W OULD respectfully call the attention of Plan ters, Merchants and Physicians to his fresh ad unadulterated stock of Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, AND ALL OTHER ARTICLES IN HIS LINE. I feel assured that no House in this City or else where can offer a stock superior in GENUINE NESS, PURITY, or on more REASONABLE ERMS. EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED! All officinal preparations put up under the su pervision of graduates of the London and Dublin Colleges of Pharmacy, and in strict conformity with the formulario:s of the United States Phar acopia.-My stock of FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS, Hnir, Tooth, Paint and Wall Brushes, &c., &c., &c., is at all timei complete.* would also call atten tioni ti my stock of Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Varnishes, ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BURNING FLUID, &C., which I promise to sell 10 per cent LOWER than any House in this City. Any article sold by me, which does not give satisfaction, the noney will be returned and ex pences paid in all cases. Agent for Sherman's Patent Truss, and the only depot for genuine Sweedih- LEECHES. in the City. irSoliciting a visit before purchasing else where, I feel confident that the inducements of fered both in lowness of price and punctuality in tending to orders, will secure a portion of your trade. S."Remember miy Store is under the Augusta otel, Augusta, GIa. THIOMYAS1. FOGARTY. Augusta, Mdarch 30 ly 12 Edgefield Female Collegiate INST IT'UT E! T HIE Exercises of this Institute will commence on the FIRST DAY of Marcha next under the management of MIS3 A. J. R1. MEARS, ,MRS. ANN P. CLARKE and MISS M. CLARKE. These Ladies come to us highly recommended a ladies of refinement and Scholarship, and with strong testimonials of their competency, experi mee andi efficiency as Teachers. '1 he Proprietors feed well assure~l that the Insti tute, under the management of these Ladies, widh e w'ell conducted, and will afi-ord educational fa cilities equal to those of any Institution in the State. The Scholastic year is divided inito two Sessions f five months each. The first Ssession will end n the 10th .Tuly. The seconid will commence on the 2nd day of August and end on the 17th day f Dcember. The RATES OF TUITION arc as follows: In the Primary Department, inclusiing Sptel ling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Erng lish Oraimmar, Geography, andi Vocal Mu-. sic,pler Sossian,..---------------....... $12,0 n the Collegiate Department, including Rea& ing, Writing, Eng. Grammanr, Geography, Natural Philosopshy, Chiemistry, Geomeiry, Algebra, Logic, UIheto'ric, Eng. Compsi tion and Vocal Music, per Session,. 20,00 French (Extra) pser ess5ionI..............10,00 In the Ornamental Department, For Music on Piano, per Session....... 25,00 For Drawing and P'ainting in Water Col ors, per Sessiun,.... .....-......--. 10,00 Emroidery Chenille upon Satin, per Ses 10,00 Embossed 'Embroidery, " 10,00 Tuftingr, " 10,00 Hair Work, " 10,00 Grecian Painting, " 10,00 Oriental Paintinig, " 10,00 Pastel Painting, " 50 Sudents~ of Music on the Piano will be chargedi $: per Session for us-e of Piano, to pay expeinse of keeing insstrmnenlts in tune. ,Each pupil will ben charged $t.50 per Session to defray contttigent expenises, for fuel, &c. [g-rnitions bills due and payable at the end of each Session. The Institute will be furnish~ed with three Pi anos in three separato roomss of the Institute build ing for the use of the piupils. Vocal Mu~sic is deer.,ed by the Proprietors to be a necessary part of every young lady's educai,ion, hence singing is made a part of the regular exer cises of thu Institutei, and the whole School will be erercisd in Vocal music as often as twice a week. WV. WV. ADAMS, S. W. NIC11OLSON. At the eleose of the year a Catalogue will be pub liuhed emnbr.ieing the namnes of all the pupils in ait tendance during the year, with an engraving of the builings and premises. Edgefeld, S. C., Feb 23, 158. tf 7 Ridgeway Academy. T HE Exercises of this institution will be con ducted under the superinsendance of the Subscriber, this year; and he trusts, by strict attention to pupils committed to his care to givt satisfaction to parets, and advance the pupils at rapidly as possible. Rates of Tuition.* 1st Class-Orthography, Reading and Arithmetic, *$12.00 2nd Class-Primary Geography and the above, $15.00 3rd Class-The above studies with English Grammar. $18.00 4th Class-The same with Algebra and Gometry, , $20.00 Latin andi F'reach, $25.0( Although it is desirable that pupils should begi: with the first of the quarter, still, punpils will bi received1 at all times, andi charged only for thes proportion of the time of thu sessio.n remaining. M. B. WARDI. April 14 lyM Mount Enon Work Shop. T11E universal satisfaction that the work don .by the subscriber has heretofore given, en eorges him to hope that for the future lhe will b equally successful, lie is better prepared ever: year to do better work, anal he does not hessitiate t say that the COT TON GINS AND TIIRASUERI made by him are equal to any now on'ered fosr sal Ma testimonials of this fact might be given.. oIrk kept constantly on hanid, and orders ext uted at the shortest notiee. Address, . THOMAS E. CUIAPMIAM, Coleman's X Roads, -Edgefield Dist. S.. C. ..gT~r Mr. D. It.,DURIS0B, at tho " Advertisi Ofwnce who is miy authorized Agent. AttornerT at X.aw, Will attend punctually to al business entrusted.to hls'carb. EDGUFIELD C. 11., Dec 2, 1857. ^ f47 iL.9 W X O 0 3 . T OMPKINS & BUTLER will attend to all bu siness in the Courts of Law for this and the adjoining Districts, that may be committed to their care. Office, Law Range, Edgefield, S. C. R. W. TomPK I . M. C. Buona. Dee 9 tf 48 I3a A.W MO T I C 3. M W. GARY, Attorney at LAW and So. e licitor in EQ UITY, will practice in this and the adjoining Districts. Oflice, above B. C. BIavAN'S Store. Dee 16 ly 49 WAI9xJsT31L 'w-TT=T=/ PHYSICIAN, WILL attend promptly to all business of the profession entrtuted to his care. OFFICE, Edgefield C.JI., S. C. April 6 1858 tf 13 CHEOPLASTIC PROCESS OF INSERTING A.1=TZ'ICIA.Is TM3T L TIIE Subscriber having furnished himself with a license to use this NEW PROCESS of INSERTING ARTIFICIAL TEETH, is now ready to serve all who may need such, with an assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a loser resemblance to the natural organs, than can be realized by any other method. Its perfect pu rity, cleanliness, freedom from all taste, or galvanie sensation, durability, comfort and seourity, are among the advantages claimed for this SUPERIOR mode of setting Artificial Teeth. H. PAREER. June 24, t 24 CANDIDATES, F'or UOrzri. W. W. SALE, WM. QUATTLEBUM, LEWIS JONES H. BOULWAR , LEWIS COVAR, r CllerE. EDMUND PENN, S. HARRISON, WILLIAM L. STEVENS, LEWIS COLEMAN, JAM'. SPANN, ROBERT D. BiRYAN, JACKSON COVAR, F. M. NICHOLAS, Fcr Ta.. Collootor. JOHN 0. LOVELESS, STAtIING TURNER, M. W. LYLES, B. W. HORN, . THEOPIILUS DEAN, CHARLES CARTER, CHAS. M. MAY, Xor Ordgam.-ry. E. B. FOREST, W. F. DURISOE, T H1OS. . ar, C. H. OISE, SUCCESSORS TO LEE k MOISE, WOLEBALE GROCERS, No. 7, Hayne Street, CHARLESTON, S, C. Jan 27 .. ly 3 NEW GOODS FOR 1858 ! SPRING AND SUMMER SUPPLIE S. I AM1 now receivinit my Spring supplies of Dry Goods, Grocories, &c., &c., which, in point of quality and cheapness, will compare favorably with the Goods ofrered by tho merchiants of Hamburg nd Augusta. My stock of Dry Goods consists of almost every rariety of Ladies' Dress Goods, r the most fashionable styles and of all qualities. Also, a fine assortment of seasonable-Goods for Genteunen and Youth's Wear. -Also, a large variety of BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &C, In the GROCERY line I am prepared to offer uch lnducementst as must, please my customers. My stock consists of an assortment of Sugar, Coffec., Ten, iMolasses, etc. Also, always on hand TOBACCO, SEG ARS, SNUFF, I INES, BJRANDIES, P UR E MEDICINE S, 4.c. gg' Come and look at my Stock. J. L. JIARM~ON. W inter S eat, Mar 2 tf 11 Currytom Academies, rj iHE Exercises of these Institutions will be re .sumead on the firs: Monday in February next, under the supervision of Mr. .1 AMES Mt)itRIS in the Female, and A. P. BUTLER, Esq,, iz the ulae department. Mr. Motous has had nine or ten years experience in teaching ; and came to this place highly recomn mned by those for wvhom he had taught, and others. and a year's experience here has proven he is eatitled to the high testimonials bestuwed upon him and we cheerfully and confidentially commend him to the public as one well calculated to advance pupils entrusted to his care. Hie wilt also super vise the miost advanced pupils in the Male depart Mr. Rurr's eapab~ilities to teach and manage are o well known that we deem it uninecessary to say anything in regard to his merit. Prof. B ARKLEY will instruct in Music and French. ie is reputed to be a thorou;;h French Scholar. Bates of Tuition. Primary Branches, per Session,...90 Secomd'Class " ".-------0O Third Class " ".---. . 15,00 Fourth Class " ".--..-- 1 8,00 French, extra " ".--. --. 10,00 Musi, " " " . --- --- 5,00 Contingent ext'enses " " .....5 II. A. SHIA W, See'ry. Tan 6 tf . 62 Boo t and Shoe Manufactury ! T HE Subscriher respectfully informs the cit. .iecns of Edlgefield and particular his old friends and patrons that lhe is still at hisold stand, next the A dvertiser Office, with a good stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, Embracing a fine variety of Gents' and Ladies Walking SHIOE4, Fine Pump Soled, Welted and Waterproof BOOTS which he will sell LOW FOR CA SH. He is also prepared to make to order the finest article of Boots, Shoes and Gaiters that has been ofiered for sale in this market. I.'Termls, Cash. N. McEVOY, Agent. LV N. B. An apprentice wauted to learn the Boot and Shioe trade. Mar 3 ly 8 FRESH ARRIVALS. I H AVEj just recoived another supply of those fine spiced OY5TERS, which arc very palata bl to the "inner man." Try 'em. Also, fresh MA CKER EL, Salmon, Lobsters; Fine Oanvassed H A M. Dried Beef, Tongues.&c Soda BiscuIt and Crackers of all kinds; PICKLES, a large and excellent variety; Family FLOUR, a fine article, in sacks; BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,-splendid these Spring monings gen',1y moistened with a small quantity f that excellen4 N. 0. SYRUP, of which I have tll on hand a fow Barrels ; Unrkeys YEAST POWDER,.&c., &c., which will be sold at reasonable prices. .,W. E. LEGO. Mar lo, t f 10 ~~ul NASONIC NOTICE. A ulattendance of the Members of FRIEND. LSIP LODGE, No. 25, is earnestly re. q mested at their next Regular Commnicaietion, a business of importance ,vill be brnnght before them, By order of Z. W. CAR WILE, W. Mi. jS. P. DKL~OACU, See'y. SA pril 6_1858 S . 3 TEC .-.AII persons indebted to the Es. N tte of George MeD. Rearden are requestet to make immediate settlement ; and, those havin1 lemads against the Estate wIll plesse presen them forthwith, properly attested. -- - E..H. IRESEY, Ad'or. Jan6 .. 52. . NZW AND SEASONA OQ TOM 3 P R I N GEW R ESPECTFULLY Solicit the attention of thd ladies of Edgefeld, and the public genrally, to their New and Fashionable stoek of DRY GOODS, Purchased witiin the past month by one of thtfr own firm, who spared no pains toobtain te.moist desirablestylesof SPRIXG and B1TKMRER. GOODS, suitable for the most fastidl6u 'f ie' ladies of the South. To their varied and extensive sxsortmenltin'ek - department, they call special attention, especially to the comparatively low prices at which they are selling. Their stock embraces In piart the latest Fashions. - SUPERB SILKS.. Rich Chintz Chen Bayadere SILKS; Rich Moire Antique Black and Colored SILKS; Rich Marcellaine and Florence . Rich Black SILKS, in endless variety; GRENADINE, Craps DeParis ROBES; CHALLIE, Barego Delaine " Printed LAWNS; Printed BRILLIANTS; BAREGES; CRAPE MARRTZ CHALLIES; BAREGE DaLA1NI4; CRAPE DEPARIS; CANTON CLOTH; BOMIIAZINE; ALPACA. EMBROIDERY. Embroidered BANDS, beautiful Patterns; " JACONET, SWISS and biULL " COLL ARS, in great variety; " Linen Cambrie H ANDKERCIUEFS EDGINGS and INSERTINGS. 111O S I E R Y. Ladies' Silk HOSE, best quality; " Cotton " " " Misses' Silk " " " Cotton" " " Gents' Half Cotton HOSE, all sizes and quality; Ladies' and Gentlemen's Silk GLOVES; is " Kid " var0ous colors. - MUSLINS. Embroidered MUSLIN, for Ladies' Dresses; Plain Jaconet and Swiss MUSLINS; Naunsook Mull and Book " Embroider-d Muslin and Lae CURTAINBRt Printed BRILLIANTE and Freneh CAMBRIC; AMERICAN CALICOES AT UNPRECE DENTEDLY LOW PRICES. DONESTAC GOODS. Brown SHIRTINGS and SHERTINGS OSNABUEGS, STRII'ES and. DRILLINGS, at Factory prieas. GINGHAMS IN OREAT VARIETY! IRISH LINEN. Finished andUnfinished LINEN,in half and whole, pieces, imported iiret from1 Ireland. DAMASK, NAPKINS, DOY I'ILS, TA IE CLOTIIS. MISCELLANEOU - COUNTERPANES; BED TICKING; Apron CH1ECKS; Furniture PRINTS; RIBBONS; LUTES; Satin and Velvet Feral tore and Dress FR INGES PA R ASOLS; Hoop SKIRT; IANS:COM RS; Hair BRUSILES t SOAks; PERFUME9RY; MANTILLAS, SHAWLS and SCARFS In ead less variety. Augusta, April 141868 Sm 14 EXECUTOR'S SALE. BY Virtue of an order from- Win. F. Duriswe, .I.Esq., Ordipary for EJgefield Distrivt, -I will sell on TUSDAY after sale day next, (May 4th) at the late residence of Robert LoFton, deo'd., the following real and personal estate, directed to be sold by the will of the said dleceased, to .wt: r Four Hundred Acres of Lani, Comprising the Tract whereon the Testatorived, bounded by lands of .Tohn' I. llollingswortli, Mhas Margaret A. Hobbs, Mrs. Unsgoed and others. This Tract of Land lie. on Beaver Dam Creek,reenta: ing a eunsider.,ble body of woodland, heavily~im bered., and is well worthy the Anotice oftialtahn - wish to puchs such property. . . . - One House nd4-ot In. otteWSVIIig, Bounded by Iots of -Andrew Ramnseyweas4Z . Kirkey. Also, at same time mnk.plaeeu Good fiel had., oie oftek-to~~y smith-upwards of 100 bushele Corng-odder; Two Yoke of Oxen (well broken,) Thirteen .head ,,of Sheep, Cows and Calves, StoekJloga, Fothotrse, Lot of Lard, five or six hundred .pounds of.Bacon, Blacksmith Tools, including a fine pair of Bellows, Four Bee Gums with Bees, Ot'oU Seed; Housie hold and Kitchen Furniture, one large Wagen, Plough Stoeks and Plough Hoes, lot of Band Iron, and numerous other articles not necessary to be mentioned. TERMS OF SALE. SThe abuve property will be sold on a credit un till the first ay of January next with interest from the day of sale. Purehasers will be required to ioivo Notes with approved ,.uteties. Title in pro perty not changed till terms of sale are complied with. Terms not complied with, -property will be resold at risk of rormer purchaser. ggPosaeiaioni or plantation given at day of sale. Posesion of Lot at Pottereville on 1st January 1859 G. W. L ANDRUM1, Ex'or. A pril 9 4te 14 AIMINISTRATOR'S SALE. BY Virtue of an ordler from the Ordinary, I Ewillt proceed to sell at the late residence of Thoas~F. Coleman, deceased,- in this District, on Thursday the 22d day of A pril instant; the buk of the personal Estate of said deceased, consisting of Seventeen Likely Megroes, among them an excellent plantation Black Smith, also, some SEVEN OR EIGHT HUNDRED BUSHIELS OF CORN, a co,ierablo amount of Fodder. Cotton Soed, Shuck, llorses, Mlules, Stoek of Cattle and Hogs, lI laksmith Tools, Plantation Utensils, 2 Buggies ad 3 Wagons, one of thetm entirely new. Te rms oif saile cash for allsumip unuler tien dollars, and for all seine over ten dlollars, a credit until the 25th .ty ofr Decembecr aext. The perehutse money to be scured by no'tes with approvedi aUtreties. WILLIAM A. STROTilER, Adna'r. A pril 6 1858 at 13 Sheriffs Sale. BY Virtue of a writ of Fleri Facias to mec di INrected, I will proceed to sell at Edgefield C.. HI., on the first Monday and Tuecsday in May next, the following property to wit: 3. S. Smyly vs. John Stidham, one Tract of Land, containing two hundred and fourteen aces, more or less, adjoining lands of Robt. Bryan,-Sr., and o~her lands of the said John Stidham and oth ers. Terms Cashb. JAMES EIDSON, s.un. April 6 1858 4t 1 Sheriff's Sale. -S. S. Boyce, vs Fi Fa. Joreph Patterson. B Y Virtue of a writ of 1?ieri Facias to me directed, in the above stated case, I will pro. eed to sell at EJgefld C. 11., on the first Monday in May next, the following property, viz: One Lot of Land containing one and a half aere., more or less, adjoining lands of F. W. Pickens, WV. F. Drisoe and others... Also, one'other L.ot, containing one acre, more or less, a.djointing lands of F. W. Piekens and Said Lot.. levied upon as the property of the Ded rendant Joseph Patterson. |ETrma Cash. JAS. ElpSON, s~ U. April 10 ' t o 14 OTICE TO FARHERS 1-Iam now reeving TUREE THOUSAND POUNDS ofpure Leaf and Twins Havanna TOBACCO, whish will be sold low to Farmers for plantation use. CeU nd amine.S . E. BOWERS, A>. Hamburg, A pril 6 tf 1 NOTICE is hereby given to the heirs and die tributees of John Thrailkill, dee'd, that a set tl.ment on said estate will be madein theOdIliatrfe Ofiee, at Edgefield C. HI., on the first Tuesday In N ovember next. TRIKL;I'r April 6, 1858 8m* I --ALSO Leather-Harness, Baehp#1r .Feb..8