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-J. M_ NE-WBY &Go..
(Under U. S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
READY MADE CLOTHING,
TX. NE WBY & CO., are now receiv
e ing-the LA It G EST. B EST-and MOST
.FASHIONABLE assortment (If
- Ready Made Clothing,
ever offered in the City of Augusta. in addition
to wbich, we are weekly Weeiving fresh supplies
from our House in New York. We also keep
constantly on hand a large supply of
Youtilas' and Children's Clothing,
A full assortment of FUR.NISiNG ARTICLES,
for gentlemen's wear, viz:
H3W AD ED11AIE1,
Drawers, Suspenders, Gloves, &c., &c.
W Country Merchants and all pensons visiling
Augusta, will tind it to their intieest to examine our
Stock, as we are determine to ouirr our Goods at
the lowest prices imaginable.
Jan 16 tf
NcGREGOR & SMITH,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &c.
.IC'GREGUR & SMITH, uild to order Car
I ringes of every leser:ption. They also keep
on hand a large and splendid assortinattt of
New and Second-Hand Carriages.
All order.< proi-ptly attended tv, and Ite
pairing neatly excented.
Edgefield C. I., Jan 18 tf 1
A Plenty for All!
P LENTY of good .eled-roon-Plenty of good
-Fare-Plenty of fine water-Plentye of ercry
thing needed in a Pub.ie H ouse, at the PLA N
TEICS 110TEL, just re-opened and under the
B. J. RYAN,
Who promises to do hi, be,t t'.warls g;ving satis
faction to all who w,. eall at hi.; I Ios.
His Stables are properly irmided, and no ian's
)t.irse shall sulfer fo~r want of provender or from
lack of attention.
Respectfully soliciting a share of public patron
age, the Subserber signs ls name. .
B. J. RYAN.
Edgefield, Jan 17, 1854. tf I
COLUMBIA, S. C.
'RJANNEY, in connecti-i with Mr. W. D.
3IARRIS and Dr. T. J. GODJ)W TN. having
pureh.sed that tine and eomitnodit-u< establ.hm Ient
beretofore known as the CONGAl: I'E HO-SE, it
- will hereafter be designated as" Jama eys 1lo
.In announcing this to the public, the proprietors
fevl that it is not m-eessary to present in detail the
inducement and advantag.s-f which the I-hotel pro
*ents. Its location, it, cm mIIIno'diouse-ss, and the in
provements contemplated by the present manaagers.
will, they feel satislicl a6iMr to the travellhei com
inunity and others, a I oitel in C!umbl'a which will
in every way rank atnitg the best in the country.
Every conifort,. convenience. and npip. nda:e to the
first class hotels in tlhe i'%ited4 Sta:es, wil; be focund
at .JA NN EY'S lhOTEL~ an; iw elis.rt ..n the part
-of the proprietors wi!l be. wanting to rendler it worthy
-of t lhe ciitol of th.- State.
MR. JANNF.Y and MR. Il.\lmis, so well
'known by the visitors i at the A mterican 1lote-l, will
always be fouind att theirs posts, and if unremitting
-attention to the duties they have aissumned, be ainy
guarantee of satisfaecion, they htave- no haesitton in
.promising it tee their guests.
We lavce also secur. d the services of Mir. R. E. L
E WA RT, as bocek-keeper.
'''} Mr. Hiit.-h'oek's splendil line of Omntaibuses
atnd I lacks, having the name of the I latel painted on
thenm, :are attache-d to .lanney's Il .te-l. ;mde will be
promtpt and faithfnl in the conveyance of piassengers
to and fromt the varions depots
Jan 18 6t 1
L~~1YJALE AND FEMIALE.
'~'EExereises .of th~e'e Inastitutions will conm
rri ence on tlie irst Memnday in Febhruatry under
the superintten~dence of R.-v. W. h1. CHliISTIE.
asesisted by Mlrs. C11RISTIE and Miss IhELEN
The Trustees are sntisfiedl from tettimnonials fromt
gentlemen of Alabana.a. 'wlhere \lir. Can-vT. hais
taght several years iand al-o of this State. that he
* is wrell qualified in eve-ry respect for the sutperitent
dence of an hasttuzi'en. IHis .bs>-tats ate recomn
mended by thc hest and uiamst reliable authormity.
Expenses per Session of five rMonths.
Primary Depeiatmenit, First Class........$6 00
See.ond "........... 9 00
With Ancient Languagesanad higher Mate
maties...................--- ---. 16 00
Second Departmaent ..................12 001
Tird ". ..,........... 15 00
French, Drawing and Painting, each...$0 00
Music, enstomiary prices.
.Board can Lie hadl in the neighborhoowd at Eight
*These lust'tutioens are l.ated on the Plank Road,
eleven mih-'s from 11aw'burg. A very pleasant and
Ub.airu leard of Trustees.
.Tanl18 tf 1
lET The TTamhumrg Republican wiill copy until for
bidden, and forward accouint to R. W.
D r. lMt W, A bn ey
H] AVING remn.oved into the Village, for the
LLpurpoe of devioting lhims,1 i. morle exclusive-ly
to his professioen, and ieccupying the residlence tirst
beyond the IBptist Church on the right. and ad
joi'ning the Male Acadlemy, (the r..sidcee teirmerly
occupied by S. S. Tiempktms. Esq., and Rie'. C. A.
. Raymnond,) offers his
To the peopule of the Village and the surrotnding
In -the day, he cain he found in his Oiie, a-ljoin
ing the Office of Wuu. W. A teAaas. Es'1., and in frott
.of the present residentce of. \lr. Geo. A . A ddiso'n,
,(formerly Comipty's 1otel) ; andl at night, he can
.be found at his dtwelliner.
lie will give attenttion at all times most punctu
alif, to all calls upomn him, either for mediicine, ad
wicc and prescriptIions, oir for personal attendance.
Having been engaged in the piractice oif Physie,
in the couu-try, fur foeurteen yeaars, aind withini that
. period,.haxvting treated motist of the diseases of our
,-limiate, and having thus acqujire-J some exper~ece,
ite hopes, to claim a share of thec puablic conaaidentc.
31. W. ABNEY.
Jan 11 tf 52
N 0 t i c e.
ALL rerson~s inde-bted to tie are informed that
- A, ~their Notes anad Arcunts are ini the hands uf
1). C. Tomtkins, whire thecy will remain uttl the
30th of February, andt. if nt settlh-d by tht-it time
they will be placed in the hands of :in A ttiarney for
ecolletion,. JOHN TO.\lklNS, Sr.
.Jan 11 44 1
A LL Personis indebted to tie At.her b~y Note or
Account. previous to 1853. who do not pay
sup before Return any awill be sued. I emumtoi givwe
* any longer indulgence. B. 0.. URY AN.
Jan18' - 51 1
H tSubiseriber will ofer fo.r sade at Edgefield
C.JL, to the highest hidert ont .hie first .\lu
* AlayiJ#Fbrary next, if not privat.-ly soldl befoure,
ONE BInE.OUNG JA( CK. direct Om eun c
tuck' -* R. P. 1IAI R SON.
Ja 18. *. t 1
. Iina Notisc.
ALL Person. indebted to the Unlersigned, if
.t. ntot paid by tho 10th Febriuary ntext, will ind
their respective'does in the hainds of an Olicer for
cnolection. 'This is the L AST natice.
.Tan18- 4t 1
Give me your Aftentioni
A LL those indebted to mue either by Note or
Accout wvill confer- a lastinig fav-or onl the
Sabienber by immediately p-tyinig uap the same, na
Eiiusher iulgentee CANNO-T, aor MUST NOT
be expected..~ Enougb said!i Montey is what I want.
- M 5. W. CLAiIY.
cila.,o, naec if 47
CORNER KING AND WENTWORTH STREETS, CHIARLESTON S. C
BATH AND WHITNEY BED BLANKETS, EXTRA,
COMFORTS, WELL -MADE.
SUPER. BLA14KETS FOR SERVANTS,. AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Satinets for Servants,
CONTINUED REDUCTION OF ALL OUR SATINETS to 181 Cts. less than Manufactu
LONG CLOTHS 121 CENTS, WORTH 181. VISIING TO CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK
of the above, we offer them at uncommonly low.prices.,
Linen Cambric Udkrs. at Six Cents.
BELGIAN CAMBRIC HDKS. at 182 Cts. GENTS' LARGE SIZE L. C. Hdks. at 25 Cts.
Yard wide WHITE DAMASK CAMBRiC af 121 Cts., suitable for Ladies' Dresses.
1400 Yards. Mouslin DeLaine, at Six and a quarter Cents,
PIECES ANTI-RhEUMATIC FLANNELS, NEW ARTICLE, AND ONE OF THE BEST
Remedial agents inl use; and perbons inl want will do well to examine.
Extra fitie Colored Canton Flannels, for Underskirts, 126 cents per yard.
Real Welsh Flannels, at reduced prices.
PIECES BL'K SILKS, RICH LUSTRE, 75 Cis. PER YARD.
Broadcloth, Cassimere, &c.
WILL REDUCE OUR ENTIRE STOCK of the above Goods, in BLACK AND COLORS
500 YARDS ALL FLAX RUSSIA CRASH, 6j Cents fur BATHING TOWELS.
ieieth and Russiatn Diaper,
Extra Heavy Bleached Huckaback. for Towels, at l2 cents per yatrd.
HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES, &C.
FRENCH AND FNGLISH IJAIR BRUSHES,
Tooth and Nail Brushes, fine article,
Putting Combs. Buffalo aid Ivory Dressing Combs.
Charleston, Jan 16 FOGARTIE & DE LAND, Corner King and Wentworth St.
Edgefield Male Academy. Graniteville Hotel for Sa
r fis lnsotution is opened foranother year unde.r TlE Umlerstgiiel offers
T the conitrol of Mr. J. OREGG LEITNES, the above Hotel wtls tie Whole It of
our last year's Teacher. I nearly Three and a halfavres, teeauti
- The experience of a twelvemonth has15 fully satis- fuliv situated sin CniaI Street. withnil
fied.us that no iore competent young gentleman othser necessary buildings therewi ftIlott ut-s
can be found in the State than the one now at the uuw in fine repair and tie I lsatd newly furnished.
head of our Acadeimy. The best proof of this i4 A SPACIOUS STAB seventy-two feet
tht.- general satisfaction given by him hast year, jswf with Sheds on bott sids lias rceitlv been
backed by the addlitional fact that his School, at the built of the bust wood inaterials-mid a G.\Rl)EN
teriinatioins of its first week fur the second year, of nedrly twoacres. under a new orof
numbered 43 Pupils. best Iightwood poatid heart-plank, m,;ne rics
The Trustees desire to assure the Public that with n tioroui -east cover iimpost. TIs
their united efibrts will be given to the cause of Gzrdets is arriplysufficient to furnishatnal tincs tile
their School, ani a coutinued and complete supervi- Iluatel with a pleitirul suptiv of vegitatl.
siun will be exercised by them over its progress. Persns wiehiig to huy flss 'uvtiuable pr--peity FC
Mr. LEsrTft wilt in a short time proeure a first beautifully locatus in Granitrvilte, :ire inviteil to
rate Ansistant, and any number short (of four score ll and ex:sniine the prenises. Nsilinr is want
candies h wel ateneitto.ill- but enc-rryie sd sh i' tie.siin ti businless, to;
van then b.- well attendedi to.II
The BLiuilding is inl comfortible eondititim, lsavitIg ng ake it a ngitiatle iivottin( tit ny (1ie who wilt
three large fire-places (one in eachi of the larger re.id
roost.'s,) sand being welt supplied with convrenienit rt-stsanipsvs prlssrwlllemd
tblest antd arms-chaiirs oif the bent finish. - ayaiiacsnoai~.ad ptssi' ieio
Unsce more we atppeal to the peopsle of E~dgefield te2thMsesnxtmdi i, od ilb et
:ud the a.ljning Districts, for their eneuuragemnt e rrita a ni s issh~
of our earniest enideavors to establish a birst rate Frfrhrprinas turs h nsciea
prejsratory Schuol. Sle ul1.0,S ee' aih .C
-or the Classical Departmsent, per annum,. .$~30.00 lnmr 1 i
" I lilier Enig. " " ." --32,00 (1ThCtrssunMiuradA gstCo
4"Orinare " " - " " --.26,00 titwitctp teabse e tlie.weky
Capitol boardi'ag to be hadl in. pleasant fammiliesi.nid rwdactnt o *B.M.
JOIIN LlP$COMlB, 'I g tt fSutl ~Gia
A RTilUR SIalKINS, ;DIIEDDSTIT
OG . A. AIIDISON, INEyiY
R. Tr. .\lIS.
Jasn 11 - It .5
Negroes and Land for Sale. onG ery
3 h1E Subseriber wll offerforUnie, tothelhighest ~EPanirh t ae aigti a
Jbidder, son the first Aloiiday in Febuary next, fltiritndtaspsintosvsst
11 or 12 Likely Negroes1 sieiita lc eeitns e'~vTyo
Consistg of hose servanits and field hands. adhrlts~id V I lvurRtlat3'r
--Also-- Cnrisz tdhrhsadL ls~siCsn
Mv HIOUSE and LOT, situated in the Corporate nntSstuLtlaidtrttlsi llni.
liits of the Viila~ge of E(dgefield, sin the Coiluambia
oad.ceontiniing two. acres, inure or less, with all te riyMt~i n e sthsdEtad~lr
ueer55fary sat buildings. adJln.Braeabctfomasr.
Alosvnhundred Aeemore or les ebyod liishs ttofwhr
heavv imsb,-red Pinsewoods Landss, near sine Steamaies nmto fM.An~,Stiio o
Saw 'Mill andi several oilier Mitts.te onlsnitIisrdrThtt Ie
Tsv.-Th~e aboive propjerty wilt be sold on a fni
ereit of one, two andI three y'ears, with initerest i o:per n ped nwro e
from date. Th1e pucaeswl erqie give
their notes with two approved securities. Any fotti lt1:t ntetoadi j~~il
one wihig to purchase any of the above proiperty hrota ugsu iocuesb ~adt
cn treat f,.r it privately previous to the dnly of aanttwn
saut.. R. BL ALOCK(.A.IMiS .F...-.
LandforSaleGrSantevill Hootel faoiSae
~ttseirs MmmyinFeruay ieu a pulHEI OUdInedomrsfosl
siu-cr, t te ligl~sthider a Y. .'. thea he ltelwirte wOdinary of
Sitate i l~gefct D triton oth sies f te he-- s ulle situte Jonon C aal ed wto all
IIcaled he Batle Plce, an vutaiiigI oter necessr moodns hthrnfr ltelsr n mredit
Sevshunred nd sity ares.,'fw ilieJrepir athe of te Dnewriy frid
This Tract king awithlShedsnonupoothtsidnsahasiarecenceasbeen
parttinof he lud ~tSbenclered Theb uilte ofThe aresthworo ctean:d asGD ENm~s l
is tickl coeredwit eay pne tmbe suiabl annglry the kiicreud amnew ecditre- of thie
forth hmoer ieites, nd lsk~a ad hckrysadbeceaed igto potslt and earpak befoe ich a
I fu tic~wed.Ous he reisis isan xcelwntoh netOrdinary'roCd-east covr to caimpstrThts
Millade i Scpatmeen to beurnish at adeil . lI. tim thesi
F Wh~re ormely Grit-Mil stodoa LttleHor e l witho Jan lns.otiu spl oftse ve iles.i,
Creek.tfull locad istat in Gra not , bre irnted.t
A 1hatof li abve reise ma b sen i tenGivn exmine the preminses. Nthris wt ay
F Ohic o Roer Meonlil Esr. Iismbur, o o n. theergya co ppiatiord tobnetss t
whans efee~se s nisd fo futhr prt~uli mande igta vhundred nd tiftnt tor and n tho wiltl
interst. Iurchsse luacy Irebeideurenintt e H.mie all Wthe TiD
~~7 l1:Tnasibtorugaprovebpurhase will be maeo SuhCaoiad
J)YVitue(i anOrer ro 1-, Wrghten. andB acommertn, and possinivncimcn
i)Ortie'20thIMwillkhieot, d toifenltatopublicllut- rent
cry a Egelel C It, n he irt ~hd edi Tafrro htd&ni T sbt .la 85
February next, heorufuriherg p'aotientyaof.itedratesJthe rubotcrrber. Co
I N. L. GrilvmrHiled.P.viz, . Deeter'snParish, S.aC
I7 The Chlarb-tlstn iMerc and case hnghs Cn
stiutnstwlp the cnuiis ibov five times, wndkty,
antI suprior aggoeranow orrde e thmts thi. liit Michi B.ae i
One " BUGGY, Motn of SouC.AiI ttoCr orl-inti
111.L. ONIAM, daor. daelherery, ridfitl trfo Par'ns of Lands.
Jan II At 52 Hrenrdainstrrym.
.ThiG ery e 0.l a rl)N,~.a.
Notice.l inki's Ofice drhi e7,e having thi d9
IT.L PersonseinBiltdato theaEptatengrtotmylset
I asdthoe ~iss~stiiasd aisasttlest gnnil Sotherhnd Rauif3anr
presntChemmminelsatente. her ( hu ban -.SaenCm
(17mTinFrindsSousann.LL. ORLeYaa-d herAN husadAle It
nouseeisisi s aCanidte ur ajo oftheLo e .fr R Matin SOLd Aer hUPmdEdwrd L lEar
flit~r~,9tRgmet t fl tevaanyoca an JonG Bry nr b-n frman e
siuedbyth pomotom offdj.]3 F Sa de beon the limts f tis tatewereth
Nov0 .pr46oanes thi sr Fomot ansed a pOil
Read-1?Ide.Cloting tthe hoe Stoan, nt. idodred,' SThiant, thee
T USTeneaeite doheppeaStkandUEplead R Tnwe Mv emur
*~ECL~IGwl tio t h this Julwti 2! eemot 27nn~vdr
CASfromrthn publiterisntoereoftand instiefenst
Let he dubtfhl eamie futhessethe.r'eoo at udgment poccupiessd be aadedi
Clayto, Ot. , t* 3 tOJ. . WllA. DKNS, C.I F.. E.
Jan1 4 5 DeJc280 *84 tf . 51)
LandFremndfor, il cSaaflwrdin!a
-LLbsodNteiced dCourtndmae aHmetamdseo, sinnd
Manry o h hi a-'tdde, fa5 h rsn er snswl edrdmipnel tctd
SAed i&leldad Appyict, onbthis of~e the.JENNSE~
Plan oadh-dngfrm5mbr t f Ede2el C. O y -
New Goods !---All New!
T IlIE Subscribers are now opening at Winter
Sent in Edgefield District, a LARGE and
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of
Besides a full supply of all other kinds of Goods
usually kept in the back-country of the State. They
have just begun a joint business and menn to give,
entire satisthetion, if such a thing be possible. Their
terms will be enush or credit to suit purchasers, a
liberal discount for cash of course.
The subscribers ask a share of patronage from the
liberal people of the two Districts of Edgefield and
Abbeville, and from all others passing their way.
They intend to be hospitable to strangers, while all
in Al to home-fulks.
.J. L. THARMON. --
Jan 4 tf ;ST.
LW- Independent Press and Abbeville Baner
copy until countermanded.
Dissolution of Copartnershijk
r 1'IE Firm of COrWAN r& LEGO is this day 41s
r solved -by mutual consent.
COLGAN & LEGG
January 2, 1854.
r I.. Tailoring Rusiness will be eontiinuec by
the Undersigned at his old stand. Thantful
to his eustomers for their liberal patrotinage.herto
fore bestowed on the Firn of Colgan & Legg, .ie
hopes by strict aftention to business to merit a cAne
tinnancte of the samej. .01IN COLGA'
Jan 2,.1854.. tf
A LL Persons indebted to .he Firn of CoWAN
A & Li.G, either by Note or Account, are thus
tinmelv notilied that they must pay the sane by the
101th February.or they will be sued without excep
ttin. COLGAN & .LEG..
,an 2, 1 54. if - 5.
Grocery and Cotton Business
r11 E. tIndersigned takes this method of inform.
T ing hisi friend4 and custoiers. nd.the plie
genern'ly, tht having recenst* purchased fmm
Messrs. AINLILEY & IOSAMOND, the-r entire
Steck of Groceries,
le is now prepared to carry on the business on the
itost liieral terms at their Old Stand, where he ias
now on.hand, and will he constantly reciving a
LARGE, FLIESHI and WELL SELECTED
GR OCERIES AND LIQUORS,
Comiprising every article in ther line ever enlkhl for
by the Planter,-all-of % hich he will be prepared to
svll on the most reasonable terms.
Ile wi'l be constantly in the mnrket for Cott6n
and other Produce, lor which the most liberal pri
ces will be paid. T. B. JOHNSON.
Ilambnrg, Dec 10 3m 48
Georgia Marble Works,
J. G. RANKIN. W. M. HURLOCK, G. T. SUMMEY
SUeCCssoRs To A. A TKINsoN & Co.
7'Iis Establisnment has be'n in success
I fi operation for a number of years. The
Quarries are well opened, and the M.Larble is superi
or to any in the United States.
We have so perfected our facilities for getting out
and ftishing work that we cau furuish ~
mounuments, Tombs, Head Stones,
A nd every thing in our line of business,' in better
tyle. and at cheaper rates than any yard in the
Whlen it is considered thait we saw our own mar
ble, pay no jobber's profit, and ito highm freighitfrom
the North, it will be seen that we possss material
advantage over all competitors.
We cordially solicit our friends and the public 'to
examne our work and compare our price's 'ith
those (If oth,.r yards, before ordering No'rthtrn
Mlarble. We have on huind at our yardin MJari
ttai, a largze assortinent of FIN ISf1EI) WORK
.ontumients. Tablets, Tombs, &c.-where our agent.
Mlr. G. W. Summiters, wvill sell at our prices. Onr
pricipatl work is done at the Mlills. A ddress
J1. 0. RAN KIN & CO.
Marble Works P. 0., Ga.
Jahn 11 13y I
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fi. Fa. totr
directed, I shall proceed to sell on the
first N on day e'r et, at Edgetield Court
House, the lollowitng'property in the following
Levi G. H~ollowvay v's. Win. Strom, Sr., Sam
inel C. Strotm anid lEdmund Boyd, Otie T1ract of
Lnid, contaiining three hundred acres, more or
less, :id joining lands of~ L. Reynolds, Washing
ton Stromn and others, levied on as the property
of Wmn. Strom, Sr.
George Git zen vs Thomas 0. Burnett. Sanip
son Sullivan andI John Terry, Sr., TVhe Traetuof
Lnd( where the Defendant Thomas 0. Borniett
resides. containinig one hundred and ninie (109)
eres, more or less, adjoiinig Lands of Tandy
13uickhalt er antd others..
Mliry Iharden vs. H.. P. Snelling, One Sorrel
Blenj. Gaillman vs. Benj. G. Ry an, One pair of
lorses, otne Buggy, the Defendant's interest in
oneero moan WVhitfield.
I . F. Goode v.s James M1. Hitrrison: Various
other Plaiintiin vs the Simne, One Negro We
man ]Boliin, two Mlules, oiie Bay Horse, -one
igy~ and tlorness, and one Ox WVaggon.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
Jan 9, 18->4. 4L 51)
* Sheriff's Saie.
PY1 Virine of writs of Fiemi Facias to me
-I directed, I shall proceed to sell at Edge
field Court Ilouse, on the first Monday in
Fbrunry unxt, the following property in the fol
lowitg cases, viz:
A. Ilahnd vs. Sus:in Lavelows, The Tract of
Lnmd where the Defenidant, Mrs. Susan Love
less re'sides, situated on Turkey Creek, adjoin
ing lhida of Mrs. G3omillion, Harnman Gallman
and othersx, anid containing -- acres, inore or
Geo. Getzen is. Thos. 0. lUnrnett. Sampson
Slienin and John Terry, Sr., Onte Negro wo
man Violet and twio chiildren,, Lucindat and Henry
John Cothirun vs Seaborn Jacksion, Onie Skue
LEWIS JONES, s. E. D.
Jnnt 13 3t 1
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
T hornton Coleman Bill for sale of Lanm
"' naniloio. and Relief.
}YV Virtue of an Order from Chan. WARD
LAuw in this caunse, 1 will proceed to sell al
Edglield C. 1H., on the first. Monday in February
next, thie tfollowing Reid Estate of A'Lancet
A body of Choice Land contining three hun:
dIredl aeres, or thereabouts, situated in Edgefiek
D~istrict on the Salnda .side,'and bounded b)
Landls of George Long,. Wilson Abney.' Lewi:
:mnple, Albion M~artin, Bennet Perry, A. J
Met arley. M. WV. Clarey and others.
Tihis Land will be sold in two or three Tracts
(tecir boundaries to be made known the day o
sale,) on a credit of one year with interest fros
day of sale.
Piurchisers to give Bonds with adegnate sure
tis Icosecure the purchase money. Costs ta
be paid iin ensh. A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. B.
itan 9. 1854. 4t 52
I S Re-opened, at the foot of the hill, immediate1
lat the entrance of the Plank Road into Mail
Street, and nearly opposite Mr. Witt's resihenec.
iIe Shoes H orses, makes Plows, Irouis Waggoit
mnds Walfie Irons, Lays Axes,. and does varist
other thlings after the old style. lie hbus adopte
nmany of the modern imiprovements, in~* fact all<
Ithenm except that or slighting his work.
A nd tie htuimbly asks a call.
Jan 11 tf 52
T H AVE no regularly :-onstituted A gents to mak
I contracts for me or to itncur debits ott my aecoun
And I hereby' sienify to all that I will not be bonn
-by any engagement of the kind. An express ordt
froma myself, verbal or wcitten, will alhme bind me.
Ja..n 1, 185-, 3 59.
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
NUmBER oF PUPILs IN ATTENDANCE LAST SESSION 07
T HE next Session will commune on the 9th day
Expenses per Session of 14 Weeks.
Collegiate Department......'.....$15 00
Academic do . ...............12 00
Primary do' ... .$7 00 and $5.00
Pupils using. the Philosophical Apparatus, are
charged Extra $2,00 per Session.- And all Pupils
are charged 50 ets each a Session, for coutingencie.
SExtra Branches. -
Music .............................8 00
Frce h....-.......................... 8 00
Drawin'g .,.......... ............... 8 00
There is tno charge for use of Piano.
Board, with washing, lights and -fuel $10 per
7 There.are no other extra charges, except for
Bioks and Music s..ld.
R. T. MIMS,
S. F. GOODE,
E. PENN, Trustees
G. A. AI)DISON,
Dee-28 1853. tf 50
S E 'Trustees of Bethany Academy tako pleas
ure in announcing to the public, that their
School will be opened for the reception of Students
on th.e 2nd Monday in .Jannary 1854, tinder the in
pervision-of the well known and successful Instrue
tor. WM. M. IAru, Esq.
Rates:of Tuition the same As thoso ciargod by
the forlmer Rector, 'Mr. CALPIIIN.
Board can be obtained in the most respectablle
fmilies on regsonable' terms nil convenient to the
, chool. W IL iEY IARIUSON,
W. TIMMERI1 AN,
J. L. TAfLiiERT,
Da. S. F. ST EVENS,
G. J. SHEPPARD.
Dec 21 ly 49
Glenn Springs Female Institute
Ut. Rev. T. F. DAVIS, D. D., ex-Oflicio Visitor.
Rev. T. S. A R'l UR, Proprietors
J.D.1. MCCOLOUGH, .
- .GEORG E BENTU~N, Rector, andi Instrfie
tor in Mental and Christi:an Science, Mdera Lan
guage and IIistory.
_.>lrs. BENTON, Matron.
., lnstrictor in 1ithemathies, Natu
raiSciences, and Ancient Literature.. .
Prof. G. F. D'VINE, (late of Uniestone Springs,)
Intructor in the theory and practice of Music.
*liss C. M. REID, Instructress in English.
..,.-SOSNOWSKi, Instructress in Draw
ing, Painting, and Assistant in French.
Miss SOPuIA WARLEY. listructress in Eng
lish Branches, and Assistant in N1athematies.
Miss ELIZA PRATT, Assistant in Music and
N. B.-The corps is not yet -complete.
HT'I-1E above institution, loeated at Glenn Springs,
in Spartanhurg Diistrict, S. C., will be opened
for the reception of pupils on the first of February
next. -In converting this establishment into a
,ehool for youfig ladies, the buildings have been
thoroughly repaired and fitted up"' and in furnish
ng then anew no pains have been spared to make
it, in every respect, much a home as parents would
desire for their daughters. Particular attention has
been bestowed upon the musical instruments, and
with a large and ellicient coips of tenchers, and a
thorough course of study, it all'ords e*very. advant
age to be enjoyed int any sinmilar institution.
Applicants are admitted. of any age, over seven
years, and placed in such class as they may be pre
pared to join.
The scholastic year will consist of one session,
divided into two terms of five tnonths each, begin
ning on the 1st of February and July. Vacation,
Dcember and Jantuary.
Rlates.-For Tuition and Board, including wash
ing, fuel, lights, &c., &c., $125 per term, and there
,ill be no0 extra charge, except for Music $30 perT
term, and for Hooks, Sheet Music, Drawing Mate
rials, &c.. actually used.
For further infirmation, seo " Prospectus," which
may be had by applying to the Rector, or ceier of
Jan 4 3m ' 5
St, John's School,
R-r. R Ev. T. F. DA VIS, D. D., Ex-Officio Vis
REv. JT. D. McCULL.OUGHI, A. M., Rector,
tn Instructor ini Christian Science and Belles
W M. B. LE A RY, A. M., Vice Rector and In
structor in Ancit Langutages antd i istory.
D. D. ROSA, Instructor in Mathemiaties and
RaE. E. A. WAGNER, Instructor in English
'HIE Exercises of this Inititution will be re*
.sunmed on tihe 2d daiy in FERUA RY next.
Ioys are admitted over the aige of seven years
and prepared tor the Junior Class in College:; or
they may receive a thoro'eughm academical course,
either Classical or English.
There is but. one Sessiotn, (divided into two terms
of five months each,) beginninig on the 2d February
and eniding November 3(0.
Termus per Session.
For Tuition and Board. inceluding washiing, fuel.
lights, &e., $225, payable semi-annually in ad
Ettrance fee $25. for which hooks and stationery
are furnished thu Studettt so long as ho ima~y con
tinue in the Institution.
Advaniced Studets desiring private rooms will
be allowed them (at the discretion of die Rector)
for an extra charge of $15,010, to pay for fuel,
For further informattion apply for a "Prospec
ttus" to the Rector, at Spartatnrg C. H., S. C.
Ja 4 3m 51
gf-The Charleston Mercury copy tri-weekly
aid all the other papers in the State weekly, for
A Select Classical School
ILLbe opened by the Subscriber, ott the
16ith January 1854, about three umiles North
of Liberty Ilill. The nuniber of Students is limni
ted to twenty.
Tuition $40 per Session of 10 months. Early
application must be made to secttre admission. The
undivided attention of the Teadher will be given to
For furthter information, address
Logmires, S. C., Nov 9 tf 43
Fresh and Pure Garden Seeds.
UST Received a latrge atnd well assorted supply
, of GARD)EN SEEDS fromt the celebrated
Seed Establishtnent of Comstock, Ferre & Co.,
warranted fresh and pore.
If von wisht to have your Garden well stocked
wvith Idtoice Vegetables next year, you have nothing
-t do, but to get-a supply of these Seeds, make your
ground rich, pkttt at the right time and cultivate,
properly. G. L. PENN, AGENT.
Dec 21 -tf, A9
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Stanmore
. Hlstein, dee'd.,. are notified to make early
payment, and those having demands against said
Estate will please present them immediately, pro
rperly attested. J. A. BLA ND, Admt'or.
Dec 28 tf 50
W ~ILL be sold on the First Montday in Februat
Vry next,. T WO NEGROEIS, viz Dave and
An, belonging to the Estate of Mtrs. L. A. Hobbs,
deceased-sold to pay the deb~ts of said Fsate.
JAS. S. & R. P. HARRiSON, Ex'rs.
-Jan 4 4t 51
W ILL be sold on the first Monday in February
Vnext, upon the Court hionse steps to the
Shightest bidder, a NEGRO GIRL tnamed Emma,
'~belonging to the Estate oif John Harrison, deo'd.;
which Negro has been returned for uinsoundntess.
Ters Cash. JAS. M. HARRISON, Ad'or.
Jan 4 5t 51
LL~ Persons indcbted to the Estate of Hardy
. White, dee'd., are requested to pay up by the
rifirst of February, after which timuestheir Notes will
bc put in suit for collection.
JAMES WHITE, . A'r
HIENRY GRWlFITHIS. Aor
Ja4 A -t 51
PROSPECTUS OF THE
TIE undersigned-will publish, in the town o
.T Columbia, about the 1st of February next, a
DAILY Tat-WEKLY, and WEEXLY Newspaperj
bearing the title of T HE CAROLINA TIM.ES.
The limits of a. 'Prospect;s do not admit of a
minute delineation of all the features of the contem
plated journal. It will be sufficient to indicate the
general character of the Times. It will be's News.
paper in the widest meaning of the term, embracing
within its columns all matters of information inter
sting or useful to the public. It will be a political
jurnal, chietly devoted to the dissenination of
political intelligence. Above all. it will ever main
tain the constitutional rights and the peculiar insti
Lutions of the South, yielding allegiance to no party
whieh does not unequivocally recognise those rights
and stoutly uphold those institutions. In matters of
State policy, the Times will be conservative. It
ill oppose all changes in the fundamental law and
hu administration of the State,- which are not im
peratively demanded by the "general welfare," and
the clearly ascertained will of the people. No mea
sure of reform will be advocated because it is new,
ud no error in policy will be upheld though it may
ave the sanetion of long-established usage.
The Commercial and A gricultural interests of the
'ate shall receive' their due share of attention. The
['imes will cobtribute its mite to the development of
er imiense resources, and encourage the Arts and
Sciences which minister to the well being, social
nd political, of her people. And it shall be insist
.d on that Columbia, the beautiful capital of the
3tate, shall partake of the general prosperity, whils
oattempt will be made to disparage the local ad
-antage of other towns- and sections. The latest
intelligence, both foreign aid domestic,. shall be
arefully reported. To this end the Telegraph and
lther means within the reach of the undersigned
shall be laid under contribution.
The DAILY Tins will be furnished to subscri
ers at $6; the Tit-WEEK.Y at $3; and the WE.E
LY at $2 per annum, in advance.
GRENlElER & LA MOTTE, Publishers.
JAMES I. GILES, Editor.
Jan 4 41
Wolfe's Schiedam Snappi.
T I E Undersi-ned has just received in connec
tion with othser CHOICE LIQUORS, a large
lot of VOLFK'S. AROMATIC SCIIEDAIM
SCllNAPPS diredt'from Holland. This medicine
is highly recommended for medical purposes, and as
a beverage to those who .indfige' in any thing in
the line of Pure Holland, has:.ever beca excelled
by any thing offered in this 4oiibtry.' It. aiies in
quart bottles and .an be had from the Subscribei
in any quantity. --Also
Scotch" WHISKEY pure, Choice COGNAC
BRANDY, llolland GIN, pure and choice, Ma.
eira VINE, old and fine, CHAlPAIGNE
TFINES, choice brands. A splendid assortment of
West India Fruits, Raisins, Nuts, &c.
'With a few Barrels New Crop Orleans Molasses,
and a few boxes superior Sperm Adamantine Can
des. These with a general assortment of FAIh
Y GROCERIES previously in Store, makes his
Stock very complete, all or any part of which will
be sold low. S. E. BOWERS.
Ilamburg, Jan 2 tf 51
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
P ARRUM WALL, who is now :ijn the Custody
of the Sheriff of Edgefield Distiiiet. by Virtue
of a Writ or Capias ad Satisfaciendum, at the suiteof
Alexander Sharlton, having filed in my Office, to
gether with a Schedule on oath, of his estate and
lTcts., his petition to the Court of Common Pleas,
praying that he may be admitted to- the benefit of
the A cts of the General Assembly, made for .the
relief of insolvint debtorsh It is ordered, That the
maid Alexander Sharpton,' znd all other creditors te
vhom the-snid Parrum Wall is in anywise indebted,
man they arehereby summoned, and have notice te
appear before the said Court at Edgefield Cour)
llusse, on the First Monday in Mamyh nexg or ou
soe other convenient day to.be set' apsit an(. ap
pointed, during the :sitting of the sid .Court t<
,'how cause, if any they can, why the proyer Q tiu
said Petitioner afnresaid-should not-be granted.
TIIOS. G. BACON, C. 5.E., D.
Clerk's Office, Nov 30th, 1853. .tf' 47
State or South Caroliua,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
Jamcs Jones, Joseph J Ken
nedy and .John McKinne, Amended Deci. i
os. fDebt Fo'nmgAttack
The City Council of Augusta.
VlT I IERE AS the Plaintiffs have this day filei
?their A mended declaration against the Defen
rants, wvhoa are absent from and without the limit
of this State, and have no Attorney known witlu.
te samne upon whom a copy of the said declaratio:
might be served :It is therefore ordered that the
snid D~efendants do appear and plead to the said de
larstion within a year and a day from this date
satherwise. final and absolute judgment will then be
given and awarded against them.
TIIOS. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, Mtarchs 5, 1853. ly 9
AL L Persons indebted to the late N. L. Griffir
Eul., at his death are turgenutly requested
miake paymenit biefore the 1st February next, ai
after thast date all unsettled demands wvill certainlj
be put in suit.
The Undersigned is compelled to collect thcse
dues meet the demand's againust the Estate-thi
proceeds of the sales not being available for at less
one year fromi the 19th of Dec. 1853.
htl. L. B3ONHAM; Adm'or.
No v3300-9t 46
Chapnan's Cotton Gins !
W E still msake these best of COTTON GIN~
at our old stand. We warrant them to giv
satisfaction, which they never fail to do.
.Al orders thankfully received and promptly at
Persons wise -find it more convenient will plea.
inquire of Mir. LeD HuIL., Edgefield C. HI., wl
will ke.ep on hund one or more of these Gins fc
sale. Address CHAPMAN & SONS,
Coleman's X Roads, Edgetleld, S. C.
Sept 15 - tf . 35
Grocrics and Staple Goods
W E have now on hand, and shall continue I
receive additions thsroughout the busines
season, . COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCl)
Rl eomprisinr ever-, thing usually kept in
mery Store. rt ..ong which may be enumserate
the following :
(Gunny and Dundee Begging,
P'ale Rope and Tfwine,
Bacon ansd 11amis.
Molasses and Sugars of every description,
Nails , Putty and Glass,
Linseed and Trains Oils, and White Lead;
Salt, Iron, Shoes and B'ankets;
Tobacco, Leather, Coffee and Tea;
Osnaburgs, Brown Shirtinsga and Cotte
Rice, Soap, &e. For sale on thse most re:
LARK & BUCKMASTER.
Hamburg, Nov. 16 3 m 44
A LL Persons indebted to thme Estate of Warr
.LF. W~inn, dee'd., are earnestly solicited
make payment forthwith, and those having deman,
against said Estate will please render thesm in in
mediately. JEREMtIAIH SEIGLER, Ex'or.
Nov9 - 6mn 43
A LL Persons ansywise indebted to the Estate
John Wise, dee'd., are hereby requested
make immediate settlement, and those having d
muands acainst said Estate will please render in th<
accounts forthwith, properly attested, acedrding
law . INEY WISE, Ex'oi
B. H1. MILLER.
Oct 26 tf .
I S THereby given to the Creditors of F. M. Yout
deceased, to meet in the Ordinsary's Ofiee
Edgeield, on the 2nd Monday in April next, for t
purpose of making a fnal settlement on said Esta
Thsrse claims not represented at that time will
pree!uded. E. PENN, Adm'r.
.Jam 11 3m 52
N ot icoe.
I OFFER for sale the following Tracts of Las
TratN N I, Containing 600' Aores-two hi
dred acres cleared, and 40 acres of first rate Botto
Tract No. 2, .Containing -26@ Acres-20 a-c
Bottom and 100 Woodland.
The Lands of both Tracts are of the best quali
and exceedingly well timbered.
Evegren, . C, Jv . W. EARLE.
Savannah Mutual Insan
CO4.QNTINUEC to take FIRE' and- . INR
tJUSKS on the mest faorable tegins, at ti -
Agene in Hamburg.
- . J.'BUCKMASTERr dAQv.
Nov. 23, 1853. 3m 44
Etna Insurance CompanyK
T HE Subscriber; as A geit of the alo Cobi
X pany, will take FIRE and MAR. E RISKS
at satisfactory rates.
E. J. BUCKMASTER, Aasm'r.
Nov 23, 3m
National Safety Insurance C6
INSURArNCE taken oi Lives by thi ComM ,
Agency at Hamburg.
E. J. BUCKMASTER, Aqt. -
Nov 23, - % . . 45
New Fall & Winter Goods
TH1E Subseriber begs leave to og'vr to
T mers-and friends, a very . i
. Select Stock of Dry G00W.
In all of ita varieties which he has seleted with
great care in the best Northern' Markets; su4 as,
New York and Bostonend which he thinks i0eU
adapted to the Fall and Winter trade.
A good Stoek of all other articles usually kept Au
the use of country trade;.all of which will bsold -. -
low for Cash, or on aeoonmodating to'1 to. pue
The very highest Market price will he pai
Cotton and other produce in exchange for Good.
bl.- W. CLARY,
Sept 28 1853 t3
Domestic Goods I
Auguta, Georgia, - -
H AVE NOW *IN STORE the followitg DO i --
MESTIC GOODSwhich they oftr-at
-LOW PRICES, and -to wh-ch they re -
invite thepttention of the pubie. .
5 Oases fine English LONG CLOTIH -
-2 do New York Mlille -da
5 do Old York " do
5 do James Steam Mills- do
2 do Nine Twist do
-2 do dnsdale do - -
.Z2 do Water Twist do.
5 do Newburypirt - de
100 Bales Str'id IlOMESPUNS for plantat1o is.
25 " 3-4, 7-8.and 4-4 Brown Homespun, '.
5 Cases 12-4 Hamilton SnIEETING;,
. 5 -" 10-4 and Il -4-Alandal 6 -
5 " 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 A usebtncy Sheeting,
5 " 10,11 and 12-4 M1unnandoo do
25 " Very superior KERS.EYS, -
30 Bales " " 84, 94 and 10-4, hea-vy'
50 " 8 o.. OSNABURGS, different brads>
25 Cases CALICO,
Augusta, De. 14 f 8
S VOWDEN & SHEAR have eceied -
from New Yor
LdiiWbite and 4black Merino and IanhA1Woot
Ladies' heavy feey lined black Raw Silk
Ladies' white, black and blate colored Englislh
GentlemenMi superior. Cotton anil 1Merino Half do.;
Misses' and Youth's Ilose, a full assortment;
A large supply of Children's fancy Cotton, Worsted
and Silk loisery;
Ladies' Silk and lerino Vets, with long and siho"rt
Gentlemen's M~erin and Silk Shirts and Draters;
Misses' Slerino Vests;
A complete assortment of Alexander's I e
Gloves. - . -a
.The public rS~ e~a equete& tordll and
-.or23 tf 45 -
Ladies' Rich Dress Goods.
WWDEN & SHEAR, Augusta, Ga.
have received from New York
Rich Brocade and Faney Plaid SILKS, of new
and splendid styles ;
Sup.' White Brocade and Faney Pearl Colored
Superior Black Figured and Plain Black Silks, of
extra quality ;
Paris Printed DeLaines and Cashimeres, of elc
Lpstlain French Mcerinos and DeLaines, of
themost desirable colors:
Lupini's small Figured DeLaines, (all wool) of
beautiful styles for children;
L.adies' Worked Mluslin Chiimasettcs, Collars
and Undersleeves, a very large supply;
-Ladies' plain Un-dersleeves, Collars and Chima
settes for mourning; .
Ladies' Moarning Collars, of beautiful styles;
White and Colored 811k Blond Laces, for Ladies
Ladied Cloth Talma Cloaks, of new and eleganit.
Ladies' Black Cloth Cloaks, for mrourning of beau
Laidley Black and Rich Colored Silk Velvet Mian
Ladies' Black and Colored Cloth Fillebertes anti
Ladis" Superior Black Cashmere and Tibet
Wool Shawls ;
Ladids' Fancy Scotch, Ray State. Blatervleit, Wa
terloo and Empire Shawls, a very large supply ;
Ladies Superior blourning Shawls, of extra ese
and heavy ;
A large supply of heavy Woolen Shawla,-f'or
servants ; -.
Superior Welch and Ganze Flannels; -
Sup. English Col. Flan~nels, for Ladies' Sacks j --
Les Cueloh for Cloaks and Talnmas, of beauti
-With a great varIety of other articles suitable for
the present season, nind to all of which they rca
petfully invite the attenton 'of the public.
SAugusta. Nov. 30 tf ' 48
rBeach Island Land for' Sale
TIlIE Subscriber offrs at private sale FIVE
HUINDRED ACRES of Beach Ikland Swamp*
Land, lying on the River, arid adjoining lands of
Samuel Clark and .Tnu.es T. Gardner, and .rented . .
othe present year by .Janmes T. Gardner. . - .
aAbout 400 acres of the above TracT are cleared.
and well Improved. The balance in Cyprcss and
aother, swamp timiber.
Terms made easy to a good purchaser. lApply
to - R.. BRADFORD,
Silverton, S. C., Mfay 4 '. f 418'
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN.~
Davis, Kalb & Fanning,
:s. Decl. in Attachment.
Hopkins, Kalb & Co.,
In . . Depl. in Atuacinnen*
T'HIE Plaintiffs in the above eases having this day
A fled their Declarations in ny Offiee, and the
Defendant having neither wife nor Attorney known
to reside. within the limits of this State, on whoin
copies of said Declarations with rules to plead can
be served;: On Mlotion of Miessrs. blAonY-nt &s
Svvt~s, Attorneys for Plaintffra: Ordered that. said
Defendant appear and plead to said Deelarationu.
within a y-ear and'a day from the date hereof or is. - -
default thereof judgment will be givestfaguat has.
THIOS. G. BAGON,.c. a. .
-Clerk's Office, Oct 5, qly - 39
fState of South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, :
to N COMMON PLE AS. -'.
SN. Aldrich, --..K
, s. , . foreign Aucmn,
us. Poreign A achmaent
J. H, Woodgate.
T IIE Plaintiflfs in the-above eases baving thi. day
.1 fled their Deelarations in my Ofliceiand the Dc.
fendants having neither Wives nor Attornejs known
heto reside within thle limits of this State upon whom
Scopies of said declarations with arulecto plead can be
served: On Motion of Mr. KEY, Plaintiffb' After
ney, Ordered, That the said Defendants appear as4
plead to said 'Deelarations within a year and -a day:
-from the date hereof, or final and absolutejadg- -
metwill be awarded against them, -
metTROS. G. BA COl, c. A .
d- Clerk'e Office, July 1 2,153; *ly. 6 -
Pm ositive Nince.
A LL Persona indebted to me by Judeiu,
sIL Note Qr Account, are thus timely - t~eIhat
ylonger indulgennat stat bie asked nor exp to,
for it.CAN NOT be granted.
W P. BUTER.
N ov2S -f