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FOR YOUNG LADIES.
Rev. C. A. RAYMOND, Principal
58 PUPILs HAvE ENTERED sINCE lOGTH OFJAN'Y.
T HIE prospects of the Institution for the present
year, are in the highest degree fattering.
Several additional Pupils have been promised, and
a large number are confidently expected.
The Academical building consisting of eight
commodious Rooms is finely furnished with every
thing necessary to secure the most rapid advance
ttient of the Pupils. In this respect we do not think
greater advantages can be anywhere enjoyed. The
prescribed course of Studies is so arranged, that if
the Pupils remain long enough at the Institution to
pursue it regularly, they can hardly fail of acquiring
a liberal and finished education; and in the Extra
course a thorough knowledge of the fine arts.
Pupils can enter at any time, and if near the
middle or close -of the Session, are charged but
from the time of entrance. All such deductions
however date from the close of the second week of
that Session. Loss of time from sickness if of more
than two -weeks is also deducted.
The Rates of Tuition are conformed to those of
other Institutions of the same grade. Payments are
to be made at the close of each Session. The fol
lowing list includes all
Expenses per Session of 14 Weeks.
Collesiate 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 contingencies.
Musi ............................$18 00
French............................ 8 (0
Drawing........................... 8 00
Oil Painting........................15 ot
There is no charge for use of Piano. Pupils prac
ticing at the Institute are however charged $1, each
Session, to pay for keeping the PManos in tune.
Board, with washing, lights and fuel $10 per
There are no other extra charges, except for
Books iad Music sold.
R. T. MIMR,
S. F. GOODE,
E. PENN, Trustees
G. A. A )DISON,
Feb 8 tf 4
Staple Dry Goods!
W ILLIA1 SHEAR, Augusta, Georgin.
T has received front New York, a very large
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Suitable for famiily use, among which are
New York Mills. and Water Tw:st Shirtine:
White Rock and Revere Mills undressed Blenched
ShIrtings, a superior article for LUdies use:
Extra 12-4 hlamilton Bleached Sheetings and Pil
low Case Cottons:
Unbleached Cottan Shirtings and Sheetings, of su
perior style and quality:
Superior 12-4 Linen Sheetings and Pillow Case
Sup-rior 4-4 Irish Linens and TAng Lawns ;
Extra quality 10 4 Datmesk Diapers
Supei ior Bleached and Unbleached 8-4 Table Dia
Superior Damask Table Cloths, of extra size and
Birds-eye and Scotch Diapers, and Damask Nap
Superior .IIuekabacks. sonic very heavy and extra
quality, for Towels;
Superior Canbries, daconets, Swiss, Mull and Nan
Superior Checked 'and Striped Mtuslins, and Cam
Rich * rocade and Fancy Silks. for Ladies Dresses;
Superior Black Figuaired Silks, of beautiful styles,
for Ladies Dresses;
Plain Black SIlks, of rich lustre and extra quality;
English and A merican Prints, a large supply ;
-Superior Fancy amnd Mouring Ginghanms:
Sup.-rior Black AIpacas anid lBl'k Canton Clots:
Lupini's .Jet ithick B.>mbazinies, and Black Chadly;
Superior Englishi and Fr,.neh Black Merinos;
Lupin's Plain Faney Merinos aud DeLaines, of the
most desirable colors:
Faniev Printed l)eLnines, at very low prices:
Ladies bl'k and colored Cloth and Velvet Chiaks ;
* .Ladies Silkandl MlerinonVsts
Gentml-mens' Merino nd Silk Undershirts and
A complete assortment of Ladies.' Misses,' Chil
drens,' Gentlemietns, and Youths' H oisery, of
the amost approveed m:mnufactnre ;
Sel'r plain':fnd Damauskfurniture Dimtities and Cot
Rich colored Damatsks for Witndow Curtains:
* Rich Laec amnd Emnbroidevred Window Curtains
4 (some at very low price-s:)
Curtain Bamds Cosrnices anid French Window Shtades
Rich Fnglish Brussels Tapestry Brussels aiid WVil
'ton Carpets ;
Sup'r Three-ply and Ingrain Carpets, of new and
Striped Venetian and othi low priced Carpets ;
Printed Floor Cloths, in patterns and by the yard,
- of be-autiful styles ;
Augusta Shmirtitngs ande Sheetitngs. Cot ton Osnaburgs
and Georgia Stripes, at manufneturers prices.
Particular attention will be given to orders fromi
the country.atnd the utmost dispatch in forwarding
Goods by Express or otherwise.
Small paree's are frequently sent by nmil at less
expense than in any other way.
A ugusta Feb. 7 tf 4.
Tax Collector's Notice.
I WVILL attend at the following times atnd places
.hreinafter specified, to bolleet the General,
Poor and Road Tax for the year commencing 1st
A t Stevens' Store, o ody 0hFb
" Moore's, Mn vnn,3ocok
"Shatterfield, o nsa- 1t
"d Liberty Hill, sntevnn.3'cok
" Freeland's, onVdnsa,2.
"d Parks' Store, sm vnn.3ocok
"Rocky Ponds, onTusa,2d
" Mrs. Middleton's, nevnn,3&cok
"NMaj. S. C. Scott's, o rdy 4h
" Red hill. sm vnn.3ocok
" Cheatham's Store,ot tudy2th
" S. C. Strom's. sm vnn icok
" W. S. Smayley's, otTedy 5h
"Ridge, sm vnn,3ocok
" Lybrand's, oiWeicdy.1tMrh
" latcher's, OtTusa,21
" Graniteville, sm vnn.3ocok
"-Beatch Island, otlrdv d
" Edgeficld C. U. onM da.t.
"NMaj. Allen's. nWdesa.8h
"~ Richardson's, sti vntg3ocok
" Slt. Willintg, o lusa~9h
" Norris' Store, onriiy1t.
" .1. Wise's, aneeeia,3ocok
" Ilvir's, on Monday, 20thhe.
~ Micker's, same evening, 3 o'clock.
Perr's Rodsott Tuesday, 21stt.
L " Coleimait's X on otWednesday, 22d.
" Nickcsou's, sante evening, 3 o'clock.
hlatiwngr'sStoeon Thursday. 163d.
t~ R fal Scury's on Friday, 24it.
'd Doa's Sore, same evenintg. 3 o'clock.
J. S Simlc's, Ott Saturday, 15th.Mrh
~ N. .-Frc perons ofesdlor n2ut.ythi
Taxn Wednesdayt1ot March.
J samhie eveopg 3 'lok
.Lbisfritds an the ndubli eth.aly ha i
- Continues to carry on Tabbusiney, undeh.
mos faorale o-p ons benstedy. athre
be ha at te low s ame~~' evin vg sufo'cct
seenthatlieJ)O~.S osns F~tridy, avath. e
follwin ariclsa srme EENg TO T'cEoNk
TY PER CENT OnE Sthray, th Autah i
Hotecl', amlme evldening Bedsteads,
Wil PertX kids onTuea, th. eiec
of"n Cean'sX Ras faorntwt Wedn ada, othe
- -"~~s Niekeson'bl, tr s meeeig,3cok
" UniwagersGSOR E Thrsa. L16thA.
" R M ury' Rontia,16h
" uos Sor , odsamoe eing 3m nbcleck.l
to J..A. Qi ATTLEBUs, S. C.R E. D.
Dceb8 tf 40
MALE AND FEMALE.
T HE Exercises of these Institutions will com
.mence on the first Monday in February under
the superintendence of Rev. W. H. CHRISTIE,
assisted by Mrs. C1HRIST1E and Miss HELEN
The Trustees are satisfied from testimonials from.
gentlemen ot Alabama, (where 11r. Cuatsrra h"a
taught several years) and also of this State, that he
is well qualified in every respect for the superinten
dence of an Institution. - His Assistants are recom
mended by the best and most reliable authority.
Egpenses per Session of five Months.
Primary Department, First Clas........$6 00
is .4 Second " ......... 9 00
With Ancient Langudges and higher Mate
matics......................... 18 00
Second Department ................. 12 00
Third " .----.......-------15 00
French, Drawing and Painting, each......$10 00
Music, customary prices.
Biard can be had in the neighborhood at Eight
Dollars per month.
These Institutions are located on the Plank Road,
eleven miles from Hamburg. A very pleasant and
Chair'n Board of Trustees.
Jan 18 tf 1
0T The Hamburg Republican will copy until for
bidden, and forward account to R. W.
Dr. N W. Abney
H1AVING removed into the Village, for the
purpose of devoting himself, more exclusively
to his professiosn, and occupying the residence first
beyond the Baptist Church on the right, and ad
joining the Maule Academy, (the residence formerly
oeupied by S. S. Tompkins, Esq., and Rev. C. A.
Raymond,) offers his
To the people of the Village and the surrounding
In the day, he can be found in his Office, adjoin
ing the Offiee of' W. W. A DiAst, Eq., and in front
of the present residence of Mr. Geo. A. Addison,
and at night, he can be found at his dwelling.
He will give attention at all times most punctu
ally, to all clls upon him, either for advice and pre
scriltions, or for personal attendance.
M. W. ABNEY.
Jan11 tf 52
Grocery and Cotton Business
' 11 " Undersigned takes ts metho of inform
ing his friends and customers. and the public
renerally, that having recentlh purchased from
Messrs. .BRINDLEY & IlosAStoND, tlher entire
Stock of Groceries,
[Ie is now prepared to carry on the business on the
Ieost liberal ternis at their Old Stand, where he has
now on hand, and will he constantly receiving a
LARGE, FRESH and WELL SELECTED
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS,
Comprising every article in the line ever called for
by the Planter,-all of which he will be prepared to
sell oi the most reasonable terns.
lie will be constantly in the market for Cotton
and other Produce, for which the most liberal pri
ces will be paid. T. 13. JOHNSON.
hamburg, Dec 10 3m 48
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
& J. H I LL, Hamburg, S. C., would in
W e fori their friends and custoners that tley
keep cinstantly on hand. at their ilel Stand, a
LAllGE and -WELL SELI.ECTED STOCK,con
isting in part of the following articles.
A large. assortmtent of Pocket Kniev, Knives and
'orks, Scissors. &e., &c., b(oth of English and
Tin and Copper Ware.
Every article of Tin Ware kept alway:s on hand,
.td oirders rceivedl for any article that may be
neded in the Copper. Tin, or Sheet Iron line.
A goodl assortmerit of llenting and Cooking Stoves.
he latter are recomm~nended to Housekeepers for
eatness and economay.
Gus anid Pistols !
full. assortment of Gunus, from ordinary to very
ne. Colts' repeating Pistols, Allen's Revolving
ud Self-Cocking Single Barrel Pistols. Also, comn
large and compllete Stock of Smith's Tools, con
sisting .of An~vel., Bellows, Screw Plates, Iland
ud Sledge llamimers, Files, Rasps, &c.
. . CARPENTERS TOOLS.
Ebracing all varieties of Plains, Saws, Chesels,
A uieers, llanmmerR, I hatehets, Squares, Compasses,
xes, A dzes, &c., &c.
Spades and Shovels.
pades and Shovels of the best qualities. Also,1
Janurc Forks, Ilocs, &c., &c.
CII A I NS.
og, Ox, Trace, Waggon, Coil and Halter Chains.
Boilers and Caldronms.
variety of Boilers andI Caldrons, by thte pr..per
se of which farmers will find a great saving in
eeding Cattle and Hogs.
CASTING AND HOLLOW WARE.
ots, Ovens, Spiders, Tea Kettles, Wafile and Wa-<
er Iroins, Fire Dogs, Waggon Boxes, Grid Irons, I
miouthinug Irons, Miirters, &c.
N A ILS.
100 Kegs of Nails, assorted sizes. Also an assort
E-t of English and A merican Ilorse Shoess, ad
lorse Shoe Nails. Cofiee Toasters, and Cettun
ndi Wool Cards. *
traw Cutters and Corn Shsellers.
he most appirovedl Straw Cutters, and Corn Shel
ers, which tfrmers wftuld find great econimy to use.
CH AIN PUMPS! 4
hain Pumps atnd fixtures-an excellent method for
arawinig water from wells.
g All the foregoing articles sold on the most
llamburg, Oct. 26 6m 41
G EORGE ROBINSON & HL B. JACKSON
Thave associated themselves together, for the
fansactinig of a
General Hardware Business,
inder the style of RoissN & dAeKsON, Hamburg,
tlere we will always keep an extensive assortment
f EVERY TIlIN'G in that line, together with
addles, Bridles, Harness, Leather, Trunks, Whips,
llamburg, A pril 27 tf 15
ROBINSON -k JACKSON,
H AMBURG S. C..
HAVE now on hnd a most complete Stock
of Hardware, amontgst which umy be
200 Tn English and Sweed Iron,
5010 Kegs Nails,
20,0001 Lbs. Castings,
50 Dos. Collins' A xes,
75 Brades' Patent Hoes and others,
5 " Superior Straw Cutters,
20 " Spades and Shovels,
10 "i Rakes,
Tilletson and others make of Vices and Anvills,
Trace. lltalter, Lag, Fifth and other style of Chains,
A comiplete Stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery,
-ALL STYLES Or
Plaiins, Saws, Chisels, Screws,Thinges,
Knobs, Bellows, Bitts, Guns,
Pistols, Shot Bags,
Powder Flasks, Cotton and Wool Cards,
Well Wheels, Kettles, Slew Pans,.
Frying Pains, G ridirons, llamimers. 1 atchuets,
aks, Wafer, and Wuftle Irons,. Candle Sticks,
Steelyards, Marking Guages. Spirit Levels,
Andiions, Shovels and'Tongs, Screw
Plates, Compasses, Thium
Uamburg, A pril 27 tf 15
UST Received a heavy Stock of READY
MAT DE CLOTHING, well suited to the Fall
nd Winter-Trade, and will be sold LOW FOR
ASH, or on easy terms to punctual customers.
et the doubtfull examine for themselves.
M. W. CLARY.
Caryton, Oct. 3, f 38
White Lead, Linseed Oil,
AMP OIL, NEATS FOOT OIL and TAN
ERS OIL, for sale next door to SuLLvAN's.
R. T. MIMS.
FOA TE (8
CORNER KING AND WENT WOR
BATH AND WHITNEY ]
SUPER. BLANKETS FOR SERV
CONTINUED REDUCTION OF ALL OUR
LONG CLOTHS 12J CENTS, WORTH 181.
af the above, we off'er them at uncommonly lo,
Linen Cambric 1
BELGIAN CAMBRIC HDKS. at 18 Cots. G
Yard wide WHITE-DAMASK CAMBRi
1400 Yards Mouslin DeLaint
PTECES ANTI-RHEUMATIC FLANNELS,
Remedial. agents in use; and persons in want 1
Extra fine Colored Canton Flannels, for Unde
Real Welsh Flannels, at reduced prices.
PIECES BL'K SILKS, RICH
WILL REDUCE OUR ENTIRE STOCK of
500 YARDS ALL FLAX RUSSIA CRASH,
Scotch and Russian Diaper,
Extralleavy Bleached Hluckaback
HAIR AND TOO.
FRENCH AND ENGLISH IhAIR BRUSHE
Tooth and Nail Brushes, fine article,
Puffing Combs. BuaTalo and I
Charleston, Jan 16' FOGARTIE
French, English and German
109 auj 211 King-street, corner of 1'arket-Street
Cliarleston, S. C.
C ARPETINGS.-Ingrain, 3 Plys, Brussels, Ta
pestry and Velvets,
CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin and
Curtain Cambries and Muslins, in large variety,
Embroidered Lae and Muslin Curtains, all styles,
Gilt Cornices, in a;l the new designs,
Curtain Gimps, lders, Loops, Tassels, &c.
Drapery Cords and Bell Ropes, in all varieties.
British and A merican Floor Oil Cloths,
Silver and Gilt Stair Rods and Stair Carpeting
if all styles.
Wilton, Velvet, and Axiinster Rugs, in large va
PLANTA TION WOOLENS-Blankets,Plains,
Eersevs, Caps. &c.
Red and White Flannels, Shirtings, &e.
Cotton Osnaburgs, of all the best Southern mann
English and Americatn COTTON FLANNELS,
French, English: and A mericn Prints,
LINENS, of Rich~ardsoan's superior make, t',r
heetings, Shirtings. Pillow Cases, Table Damasks,
olies, Napkins, Towellings, H-uckabacks, Fruit
ots, B. E. Dipers, Grass Cloths, &c.
Cloths, Casuimeres and Ve-stings, of best French
Servants' Clothis, in all the shades of English
Satinets, Tweeds, .Tenns and Lindseys, of all
ualities and styles. With a full assortnment of
Rich Dress Goods.
In SILKS, -TISSUJES, B3AREGES, GRENA
)INE.S, M USLINS, &c.
Bombazines,flAlpaeus and Mourning Goods, in
Eveninig Dress Goods, in great variety, conslattly
All the above are of our own Direct Im
nortationm, and off'ered at the LUO W E 6 T
A RKET PRICES.
Termns---C ASIT, or City A certrmnee.
(gThe ONE PRICE SYSTEM strickly ad
tered to. All Goods warranted.
BROWNING & LEMAN.
Chrleston, Jan 30 tf 3
Edgefield Male Academy.
r 1I1S Institution is opened for another year under
1the control of Mr. J. GREGG LEITNER,
ur last year's Teacher.
The experience of a twelvemoonth has folly satis
ed us that no more competent young genitlemian
n be fund in the State than the onie now at the
ed of our Academy. The best proof of this ir~
e general satisfaction given by him last year,
aeked by the additional fact that htis School, at the
~rminatiom of its first week for the second year,
unmbered 43 Pupils.
The Trustees desire to assure the Public that
leir united efforts will be given to the cause of
heir School, and a continued and complete supervi
o will be exercised by themi over its progress.
Mr. LI:rriua will in a short time procure a first
ate 'Assistant, and any number short of four score
an then be well attended to".
The Building is in comfortable condition, havin~g
rce large fire-places (one in each of the larger
oms,) and being well supplied witht convenient
able and arm-chairs of the best finish.
Once more we appeal to the people of Edgefield
ad the adjoining Districts, for their encouraigement
if our earnest endeavors to establish a first rate
'or the Classical Department, per annum,. .$36.00
""Higher Eng. " " "~ ... 32,00
""Ordinary " " . ..26,00
Capitol boarding to be had in pleasant families.
A RT HU R SIMKINS,
LE WIS JONES, I
Jan 11 tf 52
Brought to, Jail.
ARUNAWAY SLAVE has been lodged in
the Jail of this (Edgrefield) District, w~h~o
tays -his name is ALFR ED, and says that he be
onga to Jesse Barnes, living in Edgecome Coun
y, N. C. HeI further states that lie has bjeen
tired to John T. Barnes, of Georgetown S. C.
Said negro is dark complected and about 5
eet 7 inehes high.
The owner is requested to come forward,
rove property, pay charges and take him away,
thrwise he will be dealt with as the law <fi
eets. . W. W. GOODMAN, 3. E. D.
Jan25 tf 2
Brought to Jail.
RUNAWAY slave has been lodged in
the Jail of this (Edgefield) District, who
uys his nanme is AUSTIN. and that lhe belongs
o"William Dorceb, of WVayne County, N. C., said
negro is about five feet '7& inches high, dark
omplexion. Said fellow says that he has been
ired to John T. Barnes, of Georgetown, S. C.
The owner is requested to come forward,
rove property, pay charges and take him away.
>rtherwise he will be dealt with as the law direct,
W. W. GOODMAN, J. E. D.
Jan 25 tf 2
LL Persons anywvise indebted to the Estate of
John Wise, dee'd., are hereby requested to
make immediate settlement, and those having de
mands against said Estate will please render in their
acounts forthwith, properly attested, according to
aw . SINEY WISE, Ex'ors.
' B. H1. MILLER.
Oct 20 tf
GT THE Friends of Lient. L. CORLEY an
nounce him as a Candidate for Major of the Lower
Battalion, 9th Regiment, to till the vacancy occa
sioned by the profthotioa of Maj. B. F. Svaost.
Nov. 3: tf A46
TH STREETS, CHARLESTON S. C
IED BLANKETS, EXTRA,
ANTS, AT VER LOW PRICES.
SATINETS to 181 Cts. less than Manufactu.
G O OD S.'
WISHING TO CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK
d kfs. at Six Cents.
ENTS' LARGE SIZE L, C. Hdkrs. at 25 Cts
C at 12j Cts., suitable for Ladies' Dreases.
I, at Six and a quarter Cents,
NEW ARTICIE, AND ONE OF THE BEST
rill do well to exanine.
rskirts, 12j cents per yard.
LUSTRE, 75 Cts. PER YARD.
the above Goods, in BLACK .AND COLORS
6. Cents for BATHING TOWELS.
for Towels, at.]2j eents per yard.
]H BRUSHES, &c.
very Dressing Combs.
. DELAND, Corner King-and Wentworth St.
J A N N E Y 'S A T E L,
M R JANNEY, in connection with Mr. W. D.
I.IIARMIS aid Dr. T. J. GOODWYN, having
purchased that fine and commodious establishment
heretofore known as the CONGA:REE IIOUSE, it
will hereafter be designated as " Jauney's Ho
In announcing this to the publie, the proprietors
feel that it is not. necessary to present in detail the
inducement and advantages which the Hotel pre
sents. Its location, its commodiouiness, and the im
provements contemplated by the present managers,
will, they feel satisfied afford to the travelling com
munity and others, a Ilotel in Columbia which will
in every way rank among the best in the country.
Every comfort, onvenience, and appendage to the
first class hotels in the United .States, will be found
at JANNEY'S ROTEL, and no effort on the part
of the proprietort will be wanting to render it worthy
of the capitol of :he State..
MR. JANNEY and MR. HARRIS, so wiell
knowr by the visitors; at the Anierican Hotel, will
always be fonnd at theirs~osts, and if unremitting
attention to the dluties they have assumed, be any
guarantee of satirfaction, they have no hesitation in
promising it to their guests.
We have also secured the services of AMr. R. E. L
EWA RT, as book-keeper.
LIy M~,r. Hlitchecek's splendid line of Omnibuses
and Hocks, havirng the name of the Hotel painted on
them, arc attache d to Japney's Hotel~iand will be
prompt and fait blul in the conveyance of passengers
to and from the iarious d'epots
Jun 18 6t . 1
State of South Carolina,
.Elizabeth Berry, r
Hellen Ber-ry, 'Bill for Par'n of Lands.
John G. Berry, et alJ
T HjE Plaintiif' in this ce . ,having this day
I.filsl6 her Bill, and it .ippearing to my sat
isfuetion, that the Defendants, Neomy Taylor
and her husband, W. B. Tay-lor, Rnchael Mor
gan and her husband R~uen iorgan, Sarah
Cummings and her husband L. Maysmn Cum
mings, Susan Little and. her husband Allen Lit
te, Miary Miartir, and her biujband Edward Mar
tin, and John G. Berry, are absent from and re
side beyond the limits of this. State, where the
process of' this Court dannot be 'served upon
hem: On moticn of Mtr. A bney, Solicitor for
the Complainati., It is ordered, That the De
fendants do appear, and plead, answer or demur
to this Bill, within three anonths, or ninety days
from the publicntion hereof, and in default
thereof, that Judgment pro confesso, be awarded
A. SIMKINS, C. E. F.. D.
Jan 10, 1854. 3m 52
B R 0 W N'S
Essence of Jamaica Ginger,
T IIIS ESSENCE is warra:ntedl to possess, in a
ciocentrated form, all the valuable properties of
JAMAICA GiNGER, and will be found, on trial, an
excellent Family bledicine. It is particularly recomn
mended as a tonic, to persons recovering from fever or
other diseasmes, a few drops imparting to the stomach
a glow and vigor equal to a; wine-glassful of brandy
or other stimulant, without any of the debilitating
effects which are sure to follow the use of liquor of
any kind ; and it is thereforerespecially serviceable to
children and females. To the agedl it,. will prove a
great conmfort; to ihe dyspeptic, and to those who are
predisposed to gout or rhematic affections, it gives
great relief; and to the inebriate who wishes to re
form, but whose stomach is constantly craving the
noxions liquor, it is invaluable--giving tone to the
digestive organs, and strength to resist temptation ;
and is consequently a great agenti in. the cause of
lPersoins desiring anarticle that can he relied upon,
prepared solely from pure JAMAICA GINGER,shoul,
be particular to ask for " Brown's Essence of Jams'
ca Ginger," which is warranted to be what it is reg
resented, and is prepared only at FR ED'K BROWN'
Drug and Chemiei Store, N. E. corner Chetaut anc
Fifth Streets, Philaudelphiat.
Directions accornpany each bottle.
For sale in this Village by G. L. PENN, Agent.
Mlay 4,ly 16
Heavy All Wool Negro Goods
M IjjLLER & WARREN, Augasta, Ga., have
j ust received a large Stock of Georgia
Plainus and a large lot of 5-4 and 9,.4 Ne.
gro Blankets, sorne of thenm weighing eight
pounds to the pair, to which they invite the atten
tion of planters. Also,
GEN~LINE BE'!T ANCM0R BO0LTING CLOTHS,
From No 1 to 10.
Augusta, Oct. 12 . 6m 39
IS Re-opened, .t the foot of the hill, immediately
Latthie entrance of the Plank Road itnto Main
Street, and nearly opisosite Mr. Witt's residence.
Hie $hoes Horses, makes Plows, Irons Waggons,
mends Wafle Irons, Lays Axes, and does varioeus
other things after theo old style. lie lhas adopted
many of the modern improvements, in fact all of
thmn except that of slighting his work.
And he humbly asks a call.
Jan 11 tf 52
TlIE Subscriber hereby gives notice that ho has
Jplaced all his Notes in the hands of Geo. W.
Landruim, Esq., to whom paymnent can be made un
til Return Day, when, if not paid, they will be
indiscriminately sued. P. R. BILALOCK.
Febi1 3t 3
TUST Received direct from the Factory, Thirty
JBoxes CHEWING TOBACCO, comprising
Four Choice Brands, viz: Honey Dew, Oronoco,
Extra and Premium. For sale by the Box, or at
retail at LOW PRICES. Don't fatil to call and
saple before buying elsewhere.
G. L. PENN, AGoTne.
Oct 26 tf * 41
T IE Subscriber intending to close up his busi
ness for the present season, will MANUFAC
TURE the remainder of his Stock of Goods at
He would say to all who wish to purchash Cloth
ing CHEAP, and made up in FIRST RATE
STYLE, come and leave your measures, and they
shail beput up at short notice.
JOHN LYON, Aosz-r.
Jan 20 6t 2
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
T HE Firm of FR.LAND & EVANS, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent.
FREELAND & EVANS.
A LL Persons indebted to the Firm of FREe
LAND & EVANS, either by Note or Account,
are thus timely notified that they must pay the
same by the 10th February, or they will be sued
without e . FREELAND & EVANS.
Jan 25 3m 2
07 The Independent Press will copy 3 times and
forward account to this Office.
N o t i c e.
I OFFER for sale the following Tracts of Land.
Tract No 1, Containing 500 Acres-two hun
dred acres cleared, and 40 acres of first rate Bottom.
Tract No. 2, Containing 250 Aeres-20 acres
Botton and 100 Woodland.
The Lands of both Tracts aro of the best quality
and exceedingly well titbered.
J. W. EARLE.
Evergreen, S. C., Nov 9,1853. tf 45
TIE Trustees of Bethany Academy take pleis
ure in announcing to the public, that their
School will be opened for the reception of Students
on the 2nd Monday in January 1854, under the au
pervision of the well known and successful Instruc
tor, Wm. M. } FAT, Esq.
Rates of Tuition the same as those charged by
the former Rector, Mr. GALPIN.
Board can be obtained in the most respectable
families on reasonable terms and convenient to the
School. WILEY HARRISON,
J. L. TALBERT,
lDa. S. F. STEVENS,
G. J. SHEPPARD.
Dec !2l ly 49
Glenn Springs Female Institute
Rt. Rev. T. F. DAVIS, D. D., ex-Ofiicio Visitor.
Rev. T. S. A RTII UR, Proprietors
" J. D. mcCOLLOUGT, I '
" GEORGE BENTON, Rector, and Instrue
tor -in Mental and Christian Science, Modern Lan
guage and History.
Mrs. BENTON, Mlatron.
, Instructor in Mathemathis, Natu
ral Sciences, and Ancient Literature.
Prof. G. F. D'VINE, (late of Limestone Springs,)
Instructor in the theory and practice of Music.
Miss C. M. REID, Instructress in English.
. , --SOSNOWSKI, Instructress in Draw
ing, Painting, and Assistant in French.
Miss SOP111A WARLEY. Instructress in Eng
lish Branches, and Assistant in M.lathematics.
Miss ELIZA PRATT, Assistant in Music and
N. B.--The corps is not yet complete.
T HE above institution, located at Glenn Springs,
in Spartanhurg District, S. C., will be opened
for the reception of pupils on the first of February
next. In converting this establishment into a
school for young adies, 'the buildings have been
thoroughly repaired and fitted up ; and in furnish
ng them anew no pains have been spared to make
it, in every respect, such a home as parents would
desire for their daughters. Particular attention huas
been bestowed upon the nmusical instruiments, and
with a large and efficient corps of teachers, and a
through course of study, it affords every advant
age to be enjoyed in any similar institution.
A pplicants are admitted, of any age, over seven
ers, and placed in sudh class as the~y may be pre
pared to joiu.
The scholastic year will consist of one session,
divided into two terms of five months each, begin
ning on the 1st of Febru~ary and July. Vacation,
December and .Ianuary.
'Rates.-For Tuition and Board, including wash
i'ng, fuel, lights, &c., &c:-, $125 per term, and there
tilL be no extra charge, except for Music $30 per
term, and for Books, Sheet Music, Drawing Mate
rials, &c., nctually used.
Fur further information, see " Prospectus," which
may be had by applying -to the Rector, or either of
Jan 4 - . 3m. 51
St. John's School,
R-r. Rev. T. F. DA VIS, D. D., Ex-Officio Vis
Rev. J. D. McCULLOUGH, A. M., Rector,
and Instructor in Christian Science and Belles
WM. B. LE ARY, A. M., Vice Rector and In
stnetor in Ancient Languages and Ilistory.
D. D. ROSA, Instructor in Mathematics and
REv. E. A. WAGNER, Instructor in English
T lIE Exercises of this Institution will be re
.sumed on the 2d day in FEBRUARY next.
Boys are admitted over the age of seven years
and prepared for the Jlunior Class in College; or
they may receive a thorough academical course,
either Classical or English.
There is but one Session, (divided into two terms
of five months each,) beginning on the 2d February
and ending November 30.
- -Terms per Session.
For Tuition and Board, including washing, fuel.
lights, &c., $225, payable semii-annually in ad
Entrance fee $25, for which bo..ks and stationery
are furnished the Student so long as he may coa
tine in the Institution.
Advanced Students desiring private rooms will
be allowed them (at the discretion of the Rector).
for an extra charge of $15,00, to pay for fuel,
For further information apply for a "Prospec
tus" to the Rector, at Spartanburg C. HI., S. C.
Jan 4 3m 51
ggi The Charleston Mercury copy 'tr-weekly
and all the other papers in the State weekly, for
Georgia Marble Works,
J. G. RANKIN, W. M. HURLOCK, G. I. SUMMIEY
SUocessoas Tro A. A TKINsoN & Co.
T his Estabhiliumenit has been in success
Iful operation for a number of years. The
Quarries are well opened, and the Marble is superi
or to any in the United States.
We have so perfected our facilities for getting out
and finishing-work that we can furnish
Mounuments, Tombs, Head Stones,
And every thing in our line of business, in better
style, and at cheaper rates than any yard in the
When it is considered that we saw our own mar
ble, psy no jobber's profit, and no high freight from
the North, it will be seen that we possess materiaL
advantage over all competitors.
We cordially solicit our friends and the public to
examine our work and compare our prices with
those of other yards, before ordering Northern
Marble. We have on hand at our yard in Mari
etta, a large assortment of FINISilED WORK
Monuments, Tablets, Tombs, &c.-whiere our agent,
Mr. G. WV. Summers, will sell at our prices. Our
principal work is done at the Mills. A ddress
J. G. RANKTN &CO.
Marble Works P. 0., Ga.
Jan11 ly 1
Pair Home umade Plantation
HARNESS, SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER.
OF ALL DEsCRIrTIONs.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil,
SHOEMAKE RS' FINDiNOS.
At the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
R. T. MIMS.
July 21 tf 27
A LL Persons indebted to the estate of Henry F
..Freeman, dee'd., will come forward imme
diately antd make payment, and those having de
mands will render them in properly attested.
J. H. JENNINGS, Ex'or.
eb, aly 51
H AVE NOW IN STORE the following DO
MESTIC GOODS, which they offer at
LOW PRICES, and to which they respectfully
invite the attention of the public.
5 Cases fine English LONG CLOTH;
2 do New York Mills do
5 do Old York " do
5 do James Steam Mills do
2 do Nine Twist do
2 do Lonsdale do
2 do Water Twist do
5 do Newburyport do
100 Bales Str'ed HIOMESPUNS for plantation use
25 " 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Brown Homespun,
5 Cases 12-4 Hamilton SHEETING,
5 " 10-4 and 11-4 Alandale do -
5 " 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Auseutney Sheeting,
5 " 10, 11 and 12-4 Munnandoe do
25 " Very superior KERSEYS,
30 Bales " " 8-4, 9-4 and. 10-4 heavy
50 " 8 oz. OSNABURGS, different brands,
25 Cases CALICO.
Augusta, Dec 14 tf 48
PROSPECTUS OF THE
T HE undersigned will publish, in the town of
Columbia, about the 1st of February next, a
Da&Ly, TuR-WEUILY, and WEEKLY Newspaper,
bearing the title of THE CAROLINA TIMES.
The limits of a Prospectus 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 a News
paper in the widestmeaning.of the term, embracing
within its columns all matters of information inter
esting or useful to the public. It will be a political
journal, chiefly devoted to the dissemination of
political intelligence. Above all, it will ever main
tain the constitutional rights and the peculiar insti
tutions of the South, yielding allegiance to no party
which does not unequivocally recognise those rights
and stoutly uphold those institutions. In matters of
State policy, the Times will be conservative. It
will oppose all changes in the fundamental law and
the 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,
and no error in policy will be upheld though it may
have the sanction of long-estahlished usage.
The Commercial and Agricultural interests of the
State shall receive their due share of attention. The
Times will contribute its mite to the development of
her immense resources, and encourage the Arts and
Sciences which minister to the well being, social
and political, of her people. And it shall be insist
ed on that Columbid, the beautiful capital of the
State, shall partake of the general prosperity, whilst
no attempt will be made to disparage the local ad
vantage of other towns and sections. The latest
intelligence, both foreign and domestic, shall be
carefully reported. To this end the Telegraph and
other means within the reach of the undersigned
shall be laid under contribution.
The DmLY TiMEs will be furnished to subscri
bers at $6 ; the Tt-WEEKLYat $3; and the WEEK
LY at $2 per annum, in advance.
GRENEKER & LAMOTTE, Publishers.
JAMES 11. GILES, Editor.
Jan 4 4t 51
Wolfe's Schiedam Snapps,
TIE Undersigned has just received. in connec
tion with other CHOICE LIQUORS, a large
lot of WOLIE'S AROMATIC SCHEIDAM
SCINAPPS direct from Holland. This medicine
is highly recommended for medical purposes, and as
a beverage to those who indulga in any thing in
the line of Pure Holuand, has never been excelled
by any thing offered in this country.- It comes ill
quart bottles and can be had from the Subscriber
in any quantity.-As --
Scotch WHISKEY pere, Choice COGNAC
BRANDY. Holland GIN, pure and choice, Ma
deira WVINE, old and fine, CHAMPAIGNE
WINES, choice brands. A splendid assortmenat 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 FA MI
[Y GROCERIES previously in Store, makes his
Stock very complete, all or any part of-which wiii
be sold low. S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Jan 2 if 51
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
P ARRUM WALL, who is now in the Custody
1.of the Sheriff of Edgefield District, by Virtue
of a Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendunm, at thue suit of
lexader Sharpton, having tiled in my Office, to
gether with a Schedule on oath, of his estate and
fets, his petition to :he Court of Common Pleas,
prayinlg that be imay be adnmitted to the benefit of
the Acts of the General Assembly, made for the
relief of insolvent debtors It is ordered, That the
said Alexander Sharpton, and all other creditor. to
whom the said Parrumt Wall is in anywise indebted,
and they arc here~y sumnmoned, and have notice to
appear before the said Court at Edgefield Court
fouse, cn the First Monday in March next, or on
ome other convenient day to be set apa.:t and ap
pointed, during the sittimig of the said Court, to
show cause. if any they can, why the prayer of the
said Petitioner aforesaid should not be granted.
THIOS. G. B ACON, c. E. E. D.
Clerk's Office. Nov 30th, 1853. tf 47
State of south Carolina,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
James Jones, Joseph J Ken
nedy and John McKinne, Amended Decl. in
us.r Debt Fo'ng Atlack.
The City Council of Augusta.J
W H ERE AS the Plaintiffs have this day filed
their Amiended declaration against the Defen
dants, who are absent from and without the limit
of this State, and have 110 Attorney known witho
the same upon whom a copy of the said declaration
might be served : it is therefore ordered that the
said Defendants do appear and plead to the said de
claration within a year and a day from this date,
otherwise final an-d absolute judgment will then be,
given and1 awarded against them.
" ' TI10S. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, March 5, 1853. ly 9
State of South Carolina,
IN COMM!ON PLE AS.
M.sB o er D cl. in Attachment.
Taliaferro & Torbet.
Jeffers, Cuthratn & Co.
ai. . Decl. in Attachment.
Taliaferro & Torbet.
TH E Plaintiffs in the above cases having this day
Lilied their Declarations in "my Oficee, and the
Defendants having neither wives nor .Attorneys
known to reside within the limits of this State on
whom a copy of said declaration can be served, On
Motion of Mr. MAGRATH, Attorncy for Plaintif,
Ordered that said Defendants appear and plead to
said declarations within a year and a day from the
date hereof, or in default thereof judgment will be
rendered against them.
TIIOS. G. BACON, c. s. n.
Clerk's Office, March 7, 1853 lyi 9
IS Hereby given to the Creditor. of F. M. Young,
decased, to mect in the Ordinary's Office at
Edgeield, on the 2nd Monday in April next, for the
purpose of making a final settlement on said Estate.
Those claims not represented at that time will be
precluded'. -E. PENN, Adm'r.
Jan 11 3m * 52
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of C. J.
Glover, dee'd., are requested to make imme
diate payment, and those having demands against
aid estate, will present them properly attested.
JOHN RAINSPORD, Adm'r.
Sept 22 tt , 36
A LPersons indebted to me either by Note or
Account, previous to 1853, who do not pay
up before Return day will be sued. I cannot give
amy longer indulgence. B. C. BRYAN.
Jan 18 5t 1
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Stephen
Smith, dec'd., are requested to make payment,
and those having demands against the Estate will
present them properly attested.
LEVY McDANIEL, Adm'or.
-Savannah Ifutual Insurance Co.
- ONTINUE -to take FIRE .and. VA
RISKS on the mcst favorable terms, at.
Agency in Hamburg.
.-.J. BUCK3ASTER, AGz.-. -"
Nov. 23, i853 '.n 44
Etna Insurance Company
T HE Subscriber, as Agent of the above Com
JLpany, will take FIRE and MARINE RISKS
at satisfactory rates.
E. J. BUCKMA S , AosNT.
Nov 23, . 3m ' 45
National Safety Insurance Co,
NSURANCE taken on Lives-by this Cdinpany.
Agency at Hamburg.
E. J. BUCKMASTER, Aom.
Nov 23, 3m 45
J. M. NEWBYV&C c.
(Under U. S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
READY MADE CLOTHING,
J. . NEWRY & CO., are now reeeiv-'
J ing the LARGEST,-B EST and MOST
FASHIONABLE assortment of
Ready Made Clothing,
ever offered in the City of Augusta. J addition
to whieh, we are weekly receiving fresh supplies
from' our House in New York. We also keep
constantly on hand a large supply of
Youths' and Children's Clothing,
A full assortment of FURNISHING ARTICLES,
for gentlemen's wear, viz:
Drawers, Suspenders,.Gloves, &C,, ft,
gr Country Merebants and all persons visiting
Augusta, will find it to their interest to examine our
Stock, as we are determine to ofer our Goods at -
the lowest prices imaginable.
Jan 16 tf .
- cGR'E GOR&S ITH,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &c.
M C'GREGOR & SMITH, build to order Car
riages of every description. They also keep
on hand a large and splendid assortment.6f - I
New and Second-Hand Carriages'
W' All orders promptly attended to, and Re
pairing neatly executed. - - .
Edgefield C. H., Jan 18 tf 1
A Plenty for All!
PLENTY of good Bed-room-Plenty of good
P Fare-Plenty of fine water-Plenty of every
thing needed in a Public House, at the PLAN
TER'S HOTEL, just re-opened and under the
B. J. RYAN,
Who promises to do his best towards giving satis
faction to all who may call at his House.
His Stables are properly provided, and no man's
herse shall suffer for want of provender or froin
lack of attention.
Respectfully soliciting a share of. public patron
age, the Subscriber signs his name.
B. J. RYAN.
Edgefield, Jan 17, 1854. tf I
New Fall & Winter Goods.
TIHE Subscriber begs leave to of'er to hIs 'euste-.
mere and friends, a very
Select Stock of Dry Goods,
In all of its varieties which he has selected with
great care in the best Northern Marketsi<such as,
New Yora and Boston, and which he thinks is well
adapted to the Fall and Winter trade.
A good Stock of all other .articles usually kept for
the use of country trade;' alleof which will be sod
low for Cash, or on accoimmodating termp to punc
The very highest Market price will be pid for -
Cotton and other produce in exchange for Goe.
M. W- CLARY.
Sept 28 1853 ff -7
50 HIUDS. SUGAR, Also 50 Barrels -STEW
200 Bags COFFE E.
25 Hhds. MOLASSES,
200 Coils ROPE, some very superior,
100 Bales Gunny and Dundee BAGGING,
30 Whole, Ihalt and Quarter Bbls. Noe 3, No 1.
and Mess MA CKER EL, also Kits,
" And we would ALSO state," that we have a fine
Blankets, Negro Cloths, -
Bedsteads, Chairs, Saddles, .Osnaburga, Stripes-,
Iron, Nails, Oils, White Leadl, Shot, Bor Lead,
Salt, Cheese, Powder, Soap, Rice, .
Bacon, &c., &e., &e.,
And In fact, every article usually found in a Gro
ery Store. J. SIBLEY & SON.
Hamburg, Nov 14, tf 44
Groceries and Staple Goods.
W E have now on hand;~ and shall continue to
receive additions throughout the business
season, a COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCE
RIES, comprising every thing usually kept in a
Grery Storo. Among which may be enumerated
Gunny and Dundse Baggings
Bale Rope and Twine,
Bacon and Hlama,
Molasses and Su8 r of every description,
Nails, Putty and Glass,
Linseed and Train Oils, and White 'Lead;
Salt, Iron, Shoes and B'ankets -
Tobacco, Leather, Coffe~e and Iea;
Osnaburgs, Brown Shirtings and Cotton
Rice, Soap, &e. For sale on the most rea
LARK & BUCKMASTER.
Hamburg, Nov. 16 3m 44
Beach Island Land for Bale.
T HE Subscriber offers at private sale FIVE
H UNDRED ACRES of Beach Island Swamp
Land, lying on the River, and adjoining lands of
Samuel Clark and James T. Gardner, and rented
the present year by James T. Gardner.
About 400 acres of the above Tract are cleared
and well improved. The balance in Cypress and
other swamp timber.
Terms made easy to a good purchaser. A pply
to . BRADFORD.
.Silverton, S. C., Mfay 4 tf - 16
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Davis, Kalb & Fanning, i tahet
Ratwley White. )
Hopkins, Kalb & Co., DclinAthm t
~HE Plaintiffs in the above eases having this day
.filed their Declarations In my Olice, and the
Defendant having neither wife nor Attor'ney known
to reside within the limits of this State,: on whom
copies of said Declarations with rules to- plead can
be served : On- Motion of Messrs.. MaoRATe &
STES, Attorneys for Plaintfls: Ordered that said
Defendant appear and plead to'said Declarations
within a year and a day from the date heteof or in
default thereof judgment will be given againetthim.
THS'.BACON, c. a. .
Clerk's Oficee, Oct 5, qly 39
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLEAS..
N. Aldrich, )
as. Foreign Attachment.
John Hill. -
John L. Dobey,
as. Foreign Attachment.
J. H. Woodgate.
T HE Plaintiffs in the above eases having this11ay
filed their Declarations in my Ofiee, an the De
fendants having neither Wives nor Attorpneya known
to reside within the linmits of this Stpt upon whom
copis of said declarations with a rule toplecan'be
served: On Motion of Mr. KEY, Plaint ' Attor
ney, Ordered, That thesedid Defendantsappear and ,.
plead to said Deolarations within a-yesr and a iy
from the date hercof, or final and absolu tgd
met will be awarded against them. -
THOS. 0. BA COli, U. LI. . -
Cr's. Offce J.ly.21553.s 1y - *8