Newspaper Page Text
Popular Trade, Popular Goods,
AND POPULAR PRICES!!
A NEW STORE & NEW GOODS
r 1Et Suhscribers, from the City of New York,
intenin" to locate permmnannctly in Augusta,
beg leav, to inform tihe public that they hae." open
edi in the Store recentiy octup'ed by Alessrs. A .
t)nUcu & llevst. (a a shoe Store) on
BROAD STREET, OPPOSITE THE MASONIC HALL,
A large and well seleeted Stock of N EW% and
Family Dry Goods,
"Which h lein bouglt with'n the last fifteen day's,
it the Cty of New York, for C:-lsh. upn a ecli
ning market. wi 1 be wa:d LW ) Ei than similar
Go.ds have ever baen otter: d in (ergia.
Lleing tho-n:.:h'y aequainted with the Noirthern
larkets, and. hav.n- made arranneemeits in New .
Yo k by whiclh they will he in receipt of NEW;1';
(,ODS by eve.ry Steamer, tund intending to keep
and top sell them at POPULAR PRICES. they
respectfill. solieit a eal from the Cit e nw of ld::
field and the surrnnaad-n I itricts. to exnavin their
Stock. WARD & JBURCHARD.
A ugu~ta. I- b. 15 ly 4
. Salamander Safes,
T I.Namedo St1,AMI)E1t was frtns
plied to W1ilder's P'atent, and introhneed by
the Sutseriber in 1S4J, who in 1844 ;,urehase-d the
right to m.munafactur'e. The superirity of l erring's
( W.l-ler's) SAL AM.N I)EI S.\FES over all
others, induced Honuy to infrange up-.n tie patent
right by using the c.amp..sition : oih. r" metre ean
t.<-aus. and to evade a ltw-uit. maa.le an inferior ar:i
ele, i *itatingi the ex'terior in frm, st le. cdler of
pa mtogi, and attaching the namte - Saamand'--r,''
limproved Sa'ammander,' ." Fire Proorf Salam.:n
ier," " The.Genu.ne .damnader,'' &., &c., and
have sueeaded.4 in patahning ol soamte of the spurioas
Sala:anlert genu0inma14. Those wanting the 'r :i
nal Sa amlanad r ana:teurae:nre.l by th,-s bsnah'criber,
shoauld take the precattin to se that they hmve
upon them a nietal plate--" Silas C. I I.-rrin. .\1
ker,''-all snch being thae genuin.- ( Wilder's P a'ent)
Salamaler, or Ilerrig's imprved l'atent Chani
pion afe, whi.h r..eivel the im. .1a at at.- Gr--at
WVarb.I's Fair, aid whicli have i -v..r f. 'el to pre
serve thme e..itets.' inl eise of lire. 1'urchia.er,. edn
select froms the l.areest s-oritment in thIe worl.I, by
cal:in.t at the rale rooms of
Sil1.AS C. TIl-'UtlNG.
135, 137, and 1:1. Water, eir. lat l'ine Sts.
N'. 1;.-Chill-d iron sures, with povder pro~a.
Iloek manufetured expre s y fetr baiks, jlwe'ters.
brokers and or hers requiring seenurity from rll;ur s.
Bank vault doors rant hand, and amaie to hi-r. All
the m..e"' celI.brat,,d locks tiEr sale at aimanufa.turer'
pr:ees. S. eond hand safes for tale at less thaan half
A:entm for IIerrin;;'s Safcs-.Tons.
FAsrKt.. 1'h I adetphia. I'a.: It. aict'alAL.msu, 10ei
roamd. Ya : 111aIt 11. \ .t .i:Ats, ChIaarlest-en.m . C.
F.saicr & lr.i... Savann:l. Ga : Garo. W. Szr. . I
New Ork ants, La.; W3a1. V. dlroonE et Co., .Erlole,
Feb 15 6i 5
2.ao I:EGi' "NT C.\VA iTY,
I.tEir hILL, Ile. 6, 1S.'4.
A CCORI)ING to an Or.ler ftou Alaj. GE n.
.\lc;mw.. N an electi.n w i.I Ie I -I .t I.tuer
Iiiu.i., oil Saturay~ the ath aya Ef A pril next, fr
lliRI.llEit G-N Elt.\I. of th.- Ist It al::dElf
Cavalry S. C. Ai., to 1i1l th,. e m1ey EccaioneId by
thmE resignationi Elf Ge. Gev-roN.
I.ieut. Colt. he-ru:m aind hlaij. .\iAist tare ihereuy
apmtdal mtazgers. l'.y aorder Eof
.lullN F. TAIL I'.IT
Feb 15 2t 5
ST'ATE OF 80I'ITH CA ItLINA,
Frances 31. Gibaont,
Amhrse Gihso' Bit for Partition.
E!izabei h Gib.-on.
Sulrnh A. Gibsaon &
Lnealman G;ib-on. J
B Y Virtue Elf :in Order froam Chann. WVAnn
.LtAW in this: ennl-a, I will paroc~ed tot sEll t
thel late residencea of .(Ehnam Gih-ont, daeensedi, fln
$at uardm V t h li 1th ae.f 31ia rh neaxt,. hae f'lh Iuwinmr
real estnte of wiieh suaid Gibasoni died, seized
and possessed, viz:
A Tract amf Ianda. conitaining oneta humndred
anad twenmty-eight (128) :aere~s, mom re~ ar less. iy
ing on WstBrachi inm the Ditrict :aid State
Anoathelr Truet. conmttiit tIwo huandredi and
(.ightyl (280J) nercea. :tdjining Ianis of N:unmey
Gib-'en. J. G;. Rtheirt.lrd anda others, aid sit ut
ted in thi.s IDi-trict likewise.
A t hirEd TractE~l cotaining~ sevetly .twoV (72)
aeres. usitumaatd as the fore~goling.:aIl~ Iatnded byv
lanads oaf J. G. Ruttherfo.rdl. .. 31. Waikinas iad
A Fouarth Tract, calntaaiing three hm:dre~d
and fiteen (315) nleres, imaore o.r less, situate :as
time foreginmg and tadjloimning Ilads of Blud C.
Andl a tifthm Trtact, sitonate as thea folre'ging, to
-ebe de..rihed monre partiemiharly alm d.my of~ Ea.
These Thutds will be 51hl n :a credit oaf olne,
two, three and fouar yea:rs, in eqnn:I instalaamns.
with interest ont time whlie fro11matad :mfter thme
expiratliin of one vetir fromn time day (If stale.
Pt'urchasers will' be requi.-ed toa give bon~md
with approvead suare:ies to seenre the putrchlmase
monev(~%. Twon third,. Elf lhe whlole tosts of ti<
suit wvill be r,-quiredl int ensh.
Thes~e lands ae wellh si:nmted on te moast
piro-perlus aside of the District, tand ouaght to1
- A. SIIKiNS, C. E. E. D.
Feb 14 4t -~ -- 5
State of Souuth Carolina,
BY'H. T. WRIGhT, Esquire, Ordlinary of
B EheiL'leld District.
Wherenms, Susan L. Getzen hath tapplied to me
for Letters of Adlminmistrationm (ln all anad sin
-gninmr time goo~d m ad chit t eks righats :mdaa credit s
(If Geo. E. Getzeni late of thme District afloresmidi
These are, thtereforeo, to cite and tadmonaish all
and simgular, the kindared andi creaditoar,: ot the
saidl deceeda to be. tind apapetar before mae, at
oatr nlext Ordinnrv's Caourt laor time said. District.
to be holdhen at.' Edgetield C. 11., ont the 28
damy o.f Feb.nexa't. to. shaaw eniite, if anyV, why
thet saidi admnislraition shionhll mnot bie grammted.
Given ntuder mya hanad namd seumi, thIisa 14th day
of Feb. in the vear oIf aour Laord onel thomn
nand eighmt hmunmdred :and lifty-.oI~m and in the 78thI
yeatr of Amnerican imndepeandenaen. I
- H. T. WRLIGIHT, 0. E. D.
Feb 15___2te 5
State of South Carolina,
- , IN ORDINARY,
Y .T. WRIGHTI, Esqr., Ordinary of
B Edg:efield Distriet:tie t ~
/ for Lettlers of Admmimnistraltiomn, withs the Will
anneDxed, omn tall and sinagnhmr thet goods tamnd
chattles, righlts anad credits of Johmin Irwin,
late of the Distriet,amforesnaid, decetnsed.
These are, thmerefore, to cite tind :dmmlnish al
and sinaguhar, the kindred tandt creditors oIf the
) stid deeensti, to be tand appjetar before me, :at
outr next Ordinaary's Court for thae staid District,
to be hmolden at Edgetieild C. H., on the 27th
day of Feb. inst., to shaaw eau-e, if aniy, why
thme saiad aministratlion shomuld mnot be granated.
Givenn unider mny hand anmd setal. this 13th dny (of
Feb. ina thme yetar of alur Lord onte thousanmd
eight hunadred tmand lifty-four tand imn the 78thm
- year of Am1ueriennl indepent'deance.
rpl'H E PLA NK RO.\ l) from lammbanre to Edge
ie d is no W comiph-ted an.m Ip- for0tl the puabbeo
11. A. K ENRICE. Prea'.
O,,S - t f 38
Staple Dry Goods !
WILLIA M SHEAR, Augusta, Georgia
has received from New York, a very larg
STAPLE DRY GOODS)
Suitable for fanily use. among which are
New York Milts. and Water Twist Shirting;
White Rock and Revere Mills untdressaa B!eaceie
Silrtins, a superior article for Ladles ime:
Extra 12.-4 1lamihon Bleached Shcetings and Pil
low Case Cottons;
L'uchldIceld Cott.,n Slrtings and Sheetings, of su
pelior stvle and quality;
Superior 12-4 I.iman Shbetings and Pillow Cas
Supe-rinr 4-4 Irish Linens and Long Lawns;
Intra q4:uhty 10 4 J)am-sk Diapers ;
Supe~rio.r Blenchcl and Unbleached 8-4 Table Din,
pers ; ,
Su;>erior Damask Table Cloths, of extra size an
Ridls.cye :rnd Scotch Diapers, nna Damask Nap
Superior IlIekahnets. some very ieavy iid extri
qual:tv. 1'r Towels:
Superior C:nnries, .Iaeanets, Swiss, Mall and Nan.
su ok Mn-lins:
-luperi..r Checked and Striped Marlins, and Cam.
brie I )itn:ties
Rich . rc:nde and Fancy Silks. for Ladies Dresses;
Srup-rior iek Fiwi:ired Silks, of beautiful styles
f.>r L.! s 1)res
Plain i: aek Silks, sof rice lustre and extra quality
Knie:iIh and Armerican Prints, a larcc supply;
Siperior Faney and .lourning Ginaha::
Sup--raor Hlirck .\lpacas and Bl'k Canton Cloths:
L.upin's .Tvt Mack l3..mbazinres, and Black Chally ;
S-neriur Fnclish and Frrnch llack Mrrinus ;
l.n;.in's Plain Faney lerinne and Detaines, of the
most deasirablle cilo.rs
Fancy Printed I )eLaines, at very low prices:
adies i.l'k ad co.lured Cloth and Vi let Cliaks
I .adita S.lk anal Merino Vests:
.ieml. rens' ler:no and Silk Undershirts and
A complete assortir'etnt of Ladi.s,' Misses.' Chil
dr ns.' Gentlermen, and Youth iuisery, ol
the noest appro.ved m nufactur
up'r pl ain aud I )anm.sk furniture Dimities and Cot
iebei eolor...d I)nun-ks for Winlow Cnrtain-t
ich lace nid Embri.lered Windelw Curtains
(some at very l..w prices :)
nirt:.in lianis Cern-ce" anl Fr.nIt Wiindoaw Slhndo
Rich Engisah trussels Tapestry Brussels and Wil
ton Carrets ;
Sup'r' Threr-p'y and Ingrain Currpts, of new and
e le:mt patterns:t
4rip..l \'enetian and elther low priel Carrets ;
P innrd Fler Cloths, in p:atterns and by the yard,
11 If. an:i-'! steles :
A ::.it-ta Slir:inirn al Sl-etinsr. Cotton Osnalhurg
and (keereiia Stripes., at nanufteturers prices.
P r:tierlrar att- ntin will be given to orders from
he e.nrn'nry.an the utmost dispatch in furwarding
t'aes..s tby iNpr ess or .tlerwise.
Small Taree's are f:eqjutntly sent by nail at less
xpt rse than in any othear way.
:\ngrusta Feb. 7 -f 4.
Savannah Mutual Insurance Co.
C ONTINUE to take FitE and MARINE
CRISKS on the m..st favorable terms, at their
gency in .Harnamburg. .
.- ' E. .1. JiUCKMAlSTER, Actor.
Nov. 23. 18A5. 3m11 44
Etna Insurance Company.
~1 "' $ubscriber. is .\genat of the above Conm
pn, will take FIRE and M.\ lIN E 1 RISKS
it .satis.neteary r::t's.
E. J. l'CK MASylE, Aer.a-r.
National Safety Insurance Co,
E. .1. IL'CKMASTER, AGLr.r
Naov 2:1. 3mi 45
Y Vir:ne ofl wvriits of Fieri Frrei:is to nme
dirceted. I shirall psroceed to raell at Edge.
~ld t'*outrt lirnnse, oni the first Monardny ini
lrchi next, theu follorwinig property in the fad
awing eni. e-s, viz:
Satmm.rc Iroaoks vs Abuner Busrhinell ; Matrk
.theredge vsa Tihe Samie; Othier Plainititfs vs
' Snme, One Tract or krird known -asithe
ilill Tract, conitainring One-linndred and Sceen
v-reae acres, mere oar less. sirtuatedi abuout three
il,- fromt thec Villmaie of Edlgaeild,. near the
lank Ronid, adjeeiingr landas ol rair. G rilini,
monr inedsaev, NI r.. Bilalock :and others. Upont
Iis TPr::et is n' limi. STEA 11 Nill LL~, which hais
rien rcentrly erect~ed, and is nOW in good order
ndl surccesasful operatirn.
Al, One at herrTr:wtr, known as the residlence
Prr:er. wthere thre Defaa-nadant nrow resides, con.
mining Two llundrcred rind Forty (-no) reas,
arn, ar les<, situsated an ther lrlaburg anud
aglefielid Planik Roar~d, abnurt 2l mriles fraomr
drtield 'Vilig.. arid n.ijiaining linnis of Rich.
ird P'rescott. A. L~inds~ey, lard l1ll and others.
pon this Traet i'a a laageitre Dwellinig Iloise.
na Ombnirildings ini course of erection, arid
Ala.One Negro man Trim, a first rate Conreh
Iker amal Wheel Wrirght.
Also, One Nagro wnirmarn Naney, (the wife uof
on) ani exc~ellaent Seamarstress, llie'. Servant.
rd Coorrk. Vearv Likelv.
AIsor. One Netra mani Gnis-. a first ratea Car
ige Trimmrier inrd larness 3Maker-as likely
s maiiv ina thei Staite.
Also, Onae Naegro nmaar Stevean, nn Engineer.
Lvi G. Hoallo~way vs. Wmr. Strom. Sr.. Sam
Il C. Strom and Faidmund Boyd. One Traict of
.:nd, caontaininrg three huindre'd acres, insre or
.ss.::djaiinig hinds. of IL. Reynoildis, Waishing
on Strand:rc others, leviedl on as the property
f Wmir. Stroamr, Sr.
iMary Iarde~n vs. II. P. Snrelling,,Ohe Sorrel
R. J. II~mkinsoan v4 P. 1!. Castlaberry, J. J.
ernedy and Wmi. Mliller. Two Mnles.
Jahn'11ill, Aadmr'ar oaf llenry Caox, dee'd.,-vs.,
Iiledtge Gajaphini anda Wmri. Il. Gailhin :W. 1I.
aeorichi vs MI il. Galphlin: Cairmichaitet & Beinn
-a. Thre Samre, The followinig Negroes, viz:
Ioes. Nmarch atnd Ned.
NMathew Gray~ aind W. W. Geiger vs. Benj.
emara, Onea Na.Jro Bary Ned.
Jhnrsr n, Craews &' lra wley vs W. J. Tuir.
iar. One Netra. Girl Mariahr.
Williamis & Christie vs Lewis WV. Ilolmew ;
I. C. Turnecr vs. The Saimne; Othier Plainitilfs vi
Tlhe S~inre, One Negro Bay Wiley.
Jlenrj. iEtherelge vs David arid James Neal;
Wilis L. Stonea vs. Davidl Neal, Oine T1rnet ol
Lmra. conrtmainring Oi n hudred :and faour nieres,
inore or less, :adjiinirg lands oif Col. RL. B.
lion kight, John C. Simrkinsi, Adamt Minrick and~
The President & Directors of the Batik a.'
ire State of Suthll Carolinmia v. Dawson Atkin.
san, Three Negroes, viz: Will, Gilbert and
J. G'. 0. Wilkinison vsa Wn.shinirton Freemen
Abrmin Adatms vs Tire Same ; oilher Plainitifle
va. Tire Somre, One Tract of Land near Libert~
[Jill, conrtaining Eighteen acres, inore cur l
:djsiinig hamds of A. T. Travior, Estate of A
R~yolds, and others. Also, one Sorrel Marn
aid twvo ire Mules.
LEWlS JONES, s. E. D.
1'eb 11 4 te 5
Florida Lands for Bale !
rp 1IE Subseriher initendsinrg to move, offers fa;
sale his l.unrds. lying~ in Madison County.
Tre Traet casitnin'r 1175 A cres, inore or lesi
Stj A eres of wich is e'earad arid under fence.
There is a Pine Settlemrent on tire Tracet, hravin
a god~e i)welling wvithr Seven Rooims, and all neces
sry imprirovemnents, such ras Stables, Barns, Ci
Gin Haouie anal Screwv, Negro Iloauses, &c.
Persons wvhoc call soon1 can get at BARG AIN.
9~Teni mdeeay.JAS. N. LIPSCOMB.
Feb 15 tf 5
IT E W1LL sell to the hiighest bidlder, at tl
V late residlence of .J. Faiknrer, dlee'el., cm
MONI)AY the 27th inst., the fillowing Real an
Persanal p~roperty, viz.:..
Oe TRA UT OF L AND, containing Fifty acre
mrre or less.
FiVE LIKELY NEGROES, one good Ron
Wian, lot oif likely Stock Cattle and Hlogs, Ilons<
hald anid Kitchen Furniture, and other gatic pm
gi Trm~s, a credit until 10th Sept. next.
W. .1. F ALKN E R, Ex'or
F..1. 2t o
t+ 1ALE AND FEMALE.
HE Exercises of these Institutions will com.
.mence on the frst Monday in Februarf" untdei
the superinlcience of Rv. W. H. ClRIlTIE
assisted by' Mrs. CIillSTIE and :Hiss IlELEE
The Trustees are. satisfied front testimonials fron
gentlemen of Ala:tt, ~(where Mr. Crr.T has
taught several yt ars) and also of this State, that he
is well qualified in every respect for the ssuperinten
denee of an Institution. Ills Assistants are recom.
mended by the best and most reliable authority.
Expenses per Session of five Months,
Prinaiiry Department, First Class..........6 Ofl
"t "t Second "~ . ... 9 O
With Ancient Languagesand higher Mate
Skeond Deptrtment ................. 12 00
Third " ....................15 00
French, Prawiig attnd Painting, each......$10 00
l usic. custonr rv prices.
lBoard can be had in the neighborhood at Eight
I)ollars per monuth.
These' lntstitutioans are located on the Plank Toad,
eleven mil-s frotm llansburg. A very pleasant and
R OTT. M I1WETiIRR,
Chair'n HliaEI of Trustees.
Jan 18 tf 1
II.7 The TTamburg Republican w'll copy until for
hidden. mtad forward aeconun to :. W.
Dr, M, W, Abiiey .
I AVING removed into the Village, for the
- purpose of devoting himselsf. tnre exclusively
to his profetssion, atnd aconpving the residence first
bevond the laiptist Chturelt on the right, and ad
joi'ting the Mln!e A cndemy, (the residetnce formltly
oeenpied by S. S. Tompkins, Esq., and Rev. C. A.
R'aynottd.) ill'erss his
To the people of the Village and the surrounding
In the ay. he e-in he foun in his Oice. aljtin
ing the Oliece of W. W. A hsAMs. Etsqi., and in front
..f the present re.idence of Mr. Geo. A. Addison,
and at nielt, t can be found at his dwelling.
lie will give attention at nll titns most punctu
..ll.-, to all ealls nlnit himtt. either for ndvice and pre
seriptioils, or for leronal attenstaneo.
M. W. ABNEY.
Jan 11 if 52
Grocery and Cotton Business
r 11 E l'Udersitned tales this metho.i of inform
it.g hi, friends and customer,. and the public
ientralv. th:t iavin, rreentlh purchased front
.leers.' litsut.r & RO.AosA O, the r entire
Stock of Groceries,
lie iis now prepared to carry on the hsiness on the
mot liberal terms nt their Old sttnd. where he Ias
to'w on hsatid. and will he constantly receivitt a
.AIRG E, F RESHI and WELL EIEUTE)
GE OCFR IJ-S AND .IQUORS,
Conpriin every article in th,- I ne ever called for
+ihb the Pla.-ter.-all of which he will be reptred to
s-Il tn tlw misi reasantnle terms.
lie w i; he eonitattlly in the turket for Cotton
and other Proa'nee, fur which the most liberal pri
Cet will le paid. T. 11..10 1 SON.
llamhurg, Dee 10 3m 48
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c,
.T &, J. H ILL, 1lantiburg. S. C., would inl.
)1. form their Irtwttih antd ct:stol rs that they
keep eistanitlV ,ilt haittl. at their oild Stlatl, a
IAitmI-' aln IWEIL S-L.-CTE STOCK,eott
siatinig ittn t-at of the lailowtingt arti.-les.
A lnrg.- assitrtmuent itf l.teket Kntiers, Kttivea atnd
Forks. Seisstrtt, Se., &c., bi cth of Ettglish andia
A metrienti tlanninfeture.
Tin and Copper Ware.
Every nrticle iif Tint Ware kep1t ttheni t on hatnd,
atia 'rders received for any atrticlec that ttauy be
nedt d itt thet C"I-.per. Ti'n. tar Shea t Iront line.
.\I gtoo.1 nsairttmtnt taf I leatinut:tl Cioikinig Sttoves.
Tte latte r are rtee..tttnd~ted to 1 Iousskeepears for
netntess andlt eemtimy.
V nua and Pist"e -
.\ full n.-sortmentt of Guntts, frtom ar.litiaarr In very
ine. Cailta' repenatittt h'istali. A llens * Reviilvittg
atd Self-C:tckig single liarrel P'istols. Also, comt
A large atnd comptlllte Staock af Stmiith' Tiatls. cotn
sitinC oif A ,nvelsa, llelloawt, Screw I'lat. ta, I land
andt Sledge Ilhamnwtrs, F~tie. linspas. &e
Etblr:'ine all varieties aif Plttts, $:tws, Chetmiis.
A uger5. 1 lammtter, I hattchets, Scinares, ConTsiastes,
A xet,, A dzes, & c.. &e.
Spades and Shovels.
Sndaes and Shotvel o"af the haest qntalities. AI-o,
Mature Forks, Iloes, &c., &c.
IC II AIN S.
LoI.g, Ox, Trnee, Waggont, Co' atnd Tilter Chains.
Iloilers' naad Caidronas.
.\ variety ofl Ilotil.-rs n (aladraits, lby tin- pr- pert
uisaa of n'haich furnwitS rsill lintd a great savintg in
feedinsg Cattle nuth H i:es.
-CASTlrhG AND~ HOLLOW WARE.
PItts, Oveins, Spiders, ilTen Ket tles, W alh mitl Wnt
fer Irtas. ire jis, Waggati liaxts, Urid1 Irtans,
Soothintg Irons, Noltrters, &c.
IN A ILS.
100 Kegs ef Natils, nissaratd sizts. Alsoa nn assort
mntlt itf I-:glishl atnda Anwtrienin llotrse Shtaesi, and
I trse Shte. Nails. Ctaliae Toausters, anid Cuttun
and W~oot Cartds..
Straw Cutters aund Corn Sluellers.
The miost approvtaed Straw Cutters, atnd Corn Shte1
lers, which larmeira wouldl Final great economyts ta use.
I CHAINP PS
Chiin Ptumps attl fitres-ani excellent miethod for
dlrawinag watar ftrom w ets.
rAltefore~gaitng articles sold on the most
lii.tnre!. Oct. 21' 6mt 41
Tax Collector's Notice,
I TWlLL~ attend at te followinig tinmes anal plnees
in-httreinnafter sprateitied, to calleet the Oenernil.
Poaor and Roaitd Tax for thse yeatr comsmeneitng 1st
A t Stevetns' (store, on Monday, 20th Feb.
" Moonre's, Fiamei evettinig, 3 o'clock.
" Shtatterlield, an TuesalIty, 21st.
" Freeland'~s, ton Wvdnsesday, 22d
" Paurka' staare, samei eventing, 3 o'lok
" Roeky Ponsitt, on Thlur~sday, 23d.
" Mrs. Middl, ton'is, tamite evenintg, 3 o'olock.
" Maj. S. C. Scott, tan Friday, 24th.
flRed 11 ill. samue eveniing. 3 a'clock.
"Chtenthnim's Store, tat Saturdny, 25th.
"t. *C. Stromn's. same eventing 3 o'clock,
" W. 5. Smnyley'u, onl Tuesduy, 28thu.
" Ridge, samre evenling, 3 t'clocek.
" Lytarad's, ott Wedtesdnay. 1st Mlarch.
"' H1atcher',~ ont Thnirsdtay, 2d.
" Gransiteville, samie evening, 3 o'olock.
"IBench Island, on Fridaty. 3d.
" Ilamburg. on Saturday. 4th.
" Edgefield C. HI. on Monay. 6th.
"L " " oin Tuesdlay, 7th.
"Maj. Allen's, on Wedtnesday. 8th.
" Rielhardson's, samne eveninig 3 o'clock.
"t Mt. Willinig, on Thiursdlay, 9th.
" Norris' Store, ont Friday, 10th.
" d. Wise's, samce evening, 3 o'clock.
" Rhinehart's, on Satturday, 11 ith.
"~ Ilavird's', on Monday, 13th.
" Mickler's, same evening, 3 o'clock.
"t Perry's X Roadis, on Tuesday, 14th.
"c Colemtan's X Roaids, on Wednesday, 15th.
" Nickerson's, sanme evening, 3 o'clock.
" JIasltiwtanger's Store, on IlThursdnly, 1 6th.
"t R. M. Scurry's on Fridaty, 16th.
"t 1orn's Store, samte evenintg, 3 o'ekoek.
" J. S. Smsyley's, 'an Ssturdlay, I18th March.
.J.Q QUATT'LEISUM, T. C. E. D.
Ilr N. .-Freo'persons of coalor mutst pay thec
Tax by the last of Masrch.
SMAD)E CLO'I'IING, well s.uited to the Fal
aand Witnter Trade, and will be saild LOW F0l
CASf[, or on easy terms to punctual cuastomern
~,Let the douabtfull examine for themtselves.
C~atyto, Oc. 3M. W. CLARY.'
Whitej~ Lead,' Linseed Oil,
LAMP OIL, NEATS FOOT OIL tind TAN
NERS OIL, for sale noxt door to SUnLIvAN'S.
A... Au2 tr 3
CORNER KiNG AND WENT WOR'
BATH AND WHITNEY I
SUPER. BLANKETS FOR SERY.
CONTINUED REDUCTION OF ALL OUR
LONG CLOTHS 12J CENTS, WORTIl 181.
of the above, we offer them at uncommonly low
Linen Camlric II
BELGIAN CA31BRIC IIDKS. st 1SI Cry. GI
Yard wide WHITE DAMASK VAMl3RI(
1400 Yards Mouslin DeLaine
'Ib..ES ANTI-RIIEUMATIC FLANNELS. I
Remedial agents in use ; and per.oi in want m
Extra fine Colored Canton Flannels. for Undei
Real Welsh Flannels, at reduced prices.
PIECES BL'K SILKS, RICIH .
WILL REDUCE OUR ENTIRE STOCK of
500 YARDS ALL FLAX RUSSIA (.RASi,
Scotch.nnd Rute.ian Diaper,
Extra Heavy Bleached Htckahaek.
HAIR AND TOO']
FRENCITAND ENGLISH HAIR iRUSilE:
Tooth rind Nail Brushes, fine article,
Puffing Combs. Duffio and I
Charleston, Jan 16 FOGA RTIE d
French, English and German
T.D )m @@@D m
209 and 211 King-street, corner of Market-Sire--l
Charleston, S. C.
!'1.1 RPETINGS.-lan;rain, 3 Plys, Brussels, Ta
J pestrv and Velvet",.
CI RTAIN MATEIUA LS, in Silk, Satin and
('urtain Cambric" and Muslins, in barge variety,
Embroide red IAee and M us lin CUurtain., alt tyles,
Gilt Cornices, in all the new designs,
Curtnin.Gimipi, I laders, .nops, Tassels. &c.
D)r.apery Cords and Bell Rop1es, in all varieties,
Uritislh and Ameriean Flasr 01,1 C.-ls,
il.:er and Gilt Stair isde-ai Stair Carpetings.
of all styles.
Wit ma;, Velvet, and Anxminster lines, in large va
Pt .ANT.\TION WOOLENS-Blant'kets,Plainsl,
Krseys. Calps, &c.
ItRd :and White Flam. kChairaings. &c.
Cotton Osuaburgsa, oaf a:1 thei. btst Southern manu
Egtlsh and Anmerienn COTTON FLANNELS.:
French. English and Amunrican Prints.
LIN ENS, of icriesr..t'o superior matke, for
Shetings. Shirtings. l'illhew Cases. Tabale Unmn,,sksa,
Ilovles. Nntpkins, -T1oawelings, liuekabn~eks, fruit
Glo'ts, 11. E. D~npers, Gmras Cloths', &e.
CaLohs, Cassim'dres and n-tstings, of best French
servants' Cloths, in all the slhadecs of Engilisha
Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans~ nnd Linas'oyR. of all
jntir s and styles. WVitha n fulI asso.rtmnavt of
Rich Drests Goods-.
rt SILKS. TlisEER, B.\.iEES GflENA
)INFS, MUSL.INS. &e
loah:zines, SAlp,:aens andl 3aourning Goods, in
Evgening 'Dressi Goods', in great variety, constant'y
All the aboeve are of our own Direct Nm
portation, andl o'eed at the L 0 W E o T'
Terms--C ASII. ear City Aceertance.
g~WThae ONE PIIE SYSTiiM str~ekly ad
iered to. All Gouods.warriot"'d.
IIROWNING & LEM A'.
Charleston. JTun S3(. tf 3
Edgefield Male Academy,
r j11 luIISIstitution is opened for anoither yar undol.-r
.the. control of Mar. J1. GitE(;G LA-LTNEli.
Ionr lot year's Taacher.
T. . experiiece oif a twelve~montha Im:s fully satils
tied1 s that not more comten(tft yonntie gentla.-man
eln he~ founda in the State than the aone noqw at thei
ta-a of our Aetulemy. The best proof aof tins iy
thec geerl- satisfnetionb civen by him last year,
bkd by the-:ncditiaonal nuot that his Schexol, at that
terntion oaf its Grst week for the secondl year,
nunba red 43 Puopis.
The Tfrustees udesire to asure the Public that
thcir untited e-thrts wilt be given toa the eause of
heir Schoosl, atnd a cuotinue'd and camptlete supaervi
iin wilt be exercised lay them over its pro.tress.
Mr. I.arrsa wiul in an thort time proetnre a first
rate Asistant, and any nunensr of fou e
an then the welt attended to.
The lIuilding is in comfaortable endlitimn, having
three large fire-panees (one in each of the 'larger
rataos,) anid being well supplied with convenient
tables amal armn,uirs of thme best finishi.
Oc mtore we appeal to the people of Edgefield
and the aaljaining Districts, fur their encourttagemet
of u earnest aendeavors to estabish a tirst rate
Far the Classical Department, per annum...$.'G.00
~" liher Eng. " " " ---ou"0t
" " Ordinaarv " L " " " - -& -,00t
Capitol boarding to be hail in pieasatnt families.
JOhlN LIPSCOMlII, i I.
A RTilUR SIMl'N5,
GEO. A. AI)DDISO.N,
LEWIS .lONEiS, I
R. T. .IuS.)
Jan 11 af -' 2
Brought to Jail.
RUNAWAY SLAVE has beetn lodged in
1the Juil of dhis (Ediyefield) Distriet, who
says his name is ALFRED, and ~say that he be
longs to Jesse Barnes, living in Edgeconme Conn
ty, N. C. Heo i'rt her states thaat be has been
hired to John T. Barnes, of Georgetown S. C.
Sid negro is dark complected and about, 5
feet inchtes high.
The owtner is regnested to come forward,
prove propertv, pay charges and tatke him away,
otherwise he 'will be dealt with as thte law di
rects. W. W. GOODMAN, J. E. D.
Jaa 25 tf 2
Brought to Jail.
A RUNAWAY slave has been lodged in
the Jail of this (Edgefield) 'Distriet, who
sa's his namte is AUSTIN, and that he belongs
to William Dorcha,of Wayne County, N. C., said
negro is about five feet '71 inches high, dark
complexion. Said fellow says that ho has been
hired toa John T. Barnes, of Georgstowtn, S. C.
The owner its requested to conic fhrward,
prove property, pay charges and take him away.
ortherwise he will be dealt with as the litw direct,
W. W. GOODMA N, J. E. D.
Jan 25 t f 2
A LL Persons anaywise indebted to the Estate oh
..John Wise, dlee'd., are hereby requested to
make immediate settlemenitt, and those having de
nanus against said Estate will please render in their
accounts forthwith, properly attested, according to
law. SIDNEY WISE, xos
la.B. H. MILLER. ~E'r
Oct 28 tf
- uuFriends of Loient. L. CORL~EY an
once himt as a Candidate for Major of the Lowet
Battalion, 9th Regiment, to fill the v'acancy oca
sinned by the promnotioni of Maj. B. P. S-raOst.
N..v-m tr 46
rH STREETS, CHARXIESTO S..(
ED BLANKETS, EXTRA.
LNTS, AT VERY ]LOW PRICES.
SATINETS to 18J Cts. less than Mannfactu.
WISHING TO CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK
ikts. at Six Cents.
TN'1'S' LARGE SIZE L C. Hdkfs. at 25 Cts
at 12. Cts., suitable for Ladies' Dresses.
at Six and a quarter Cents.
Q FLA NELS.
SEW ARTICLE, AND ONE OF THE BEST
ill do well to examine.
skirts, 12J cents per yard.
US TRE, 75 Cts. PER YARD.
the above Goods, in BLACK AND COLORS
i Cents for BATHING TOWELS.
for Towels, at lJ cents per yard.
L111 BRUSHES, &c.
ory Dressing f'ombs.
]El.ANDCorner King and Wentworth St.
COLU.11BLl, S. C.
R J.1\NN EY. in connectiim with Mr. W. D.
.11 AlRlS and Dr. T. J. GOOD1WYN. havin
purchased that tine and commodius establishment
heretofore known as the CONG A flEE 11O US -. it
will I,-reafter be.de.sigmated ais" Jan ney's Ilo
In atnonneing this to the publc, the proprietors
feel that it is toil necesstry to present in deta'l the
indue.ment and admvantages which the Hotel pre
sents. Its l'cntion, its co.mmodiousm-ss, and the im
prnvements contemplated by the present managere,
will, they feel satisfiei ailard to the travelling com
mmnity and others, a lotel in Columbia which will
in every way rank among the best in the country.
Every comfort, convenience. and appendage to the
first eatns hotels in the U'nited States, will be fotnml
at .J ANN HIY-S lIlOTE, and no efl!,rt on the part
of the proprierors wi'l he wanting to render it worthy
of the cipitl of the State.
MR. JANNY sn. AR. TIAR1RS, so well
known 1 the visitors -it the A merie:n litel, will
nhvnys be funn'dm at th'eirs posts, andl if unremittineC
attettion toi the mduttes they Imave .tssunmd. be zamy
tmruntee of sntafnetimn, theiy have nmo hesitatiom ini
prmmising~ it to their gutests.
We hmame also secura d1 time services of Mr. RI. E. L
E WA RT', as b..keeper.
07 Mr. [Iiteheoek's splendid line of Omniibuses
and lin~ek..h ing the inme of tlte I batel paimitedi 'in
themm. nre attnehmed to .lanney's liotel. and1( will I,.
prampmlt anal faihful in thwemimveyance of passengers
to and from time various depoits
Jan 18 . 6t - 1
State of~ South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD) DISTRICT, -
IHellen Becrry, i Bill for Pumr'n of Lnuds.
Hannah Bery, |
.lhn G. Berry, et al)J
rpii IC Plaini il ini this ease, having this daiy
I.flekd her Bill, and it appearing to my~ sat.
isfetioni, that thme Defendanmts', Neoimiy Tayloac
and lher humsband, WV. B.'[nylor, Rnchnm~el .\lor
.inm and lher husi~banmd Reubeni iargain, Sarah
Cumminimtr aimd her husbandm L. May.'ait Corm
mings, Susant I.ittle amid lher hu,,biand Alleun .it
tle, Mlary imartin and lher hiusband Edward 3hmr
tin, anid John GI. Berry, nre ulisenit from ammil re
ide beyotnd thle liniits of this State, whmere thme
irfce.' of this Court ennntoat be served tupon
ihet m Onmtion of Mr. Ahiney, Stilicitor for
the Comlinanmimt, It is ordered, That the De
fendrante do :tppenmr, and plend, answer or demar
this Bill, withmin three imoths, or ninety days
frm the pulietion hereof, antd in defnhult
thereof; iltmt Jumdgmenmt pro confes.so, be awarded
A. SI3IKINS, C. E. E.. D.
Jnmn 10. 1854. 3m 52?
IB R 0 W N' S
Essence of Jamaica Ginger,
r rIIIS ESSENCE isi warranted to possess, in a
.1.icocetntrated form, all the' valumable properties of
.AMAICA 4GINGER,. and will he found. 'in trial, nn
excellent Family Medieine. It is partienlarly recom
mended as a tonfic, to perons recoveritig from fever aim
other diseases', a few drops impiarting to die stomach
a glow andI vigor egnial ma. a wimeglassful mf bruandy
or sther stimulant, withumt any of the dehilitatingt
effcs which are sure to follow the use of lignor of
any kinid ; and it is therefore especially serviceabhle tu
chi ldrenm andI females. To tho age'd it will proivea
great comfoirt; to thme dyspeptic,. anid to thoese who are
preisposedl to gont air rhematie afl-etiouns, it give.
great relief: andt to the inebirinte whmo wishes to re
form.bhut whose stomach is constanitly craving then
nriotis liquor, it is invaltuable--glivig tone to ihe
digesive o'rgans., and strength to resist templtation:
and ia cuonsequently a great agent in the cauise of
* Caut ion.
Persons dlesiring an article that can he relied uipon,
prepared sohmiiy fromt pure JAMA ICA GlNG ER,shoal,
be particelar to ask for " Brown'. Essence of Jams
ca Ginger," which is warranted to be what it is ret
resented, and is prepared only at FRED'K BROWN4
Drug and Chemical Store, N. E. cornier Chetanit ant
Fifth Streets, Phiiladelhia.
Directions accompany each bottle.
For sale in this Village by G. L PENN, Agent.
May 4 ly 18
Heavy All Wool Negro Goods
IILT.TER & WVARREN. Augusta, Ona.,- 1,a
jutreceived a large Stock of Giiorgi~
Plansnnd ahrgc lot of 5-4 amnd 9-4 Ne
go Blankets, some of them weighing eigt
pouds to the pair, to which they invite the atten
tion of planters.- Also,
GENUIlNE HETT ANCilOR BlOLTING CLOTHS,
From No 1 to 10.
Atugusta, Oct. 12 6m 39
IS Re-~opened, at the foot of the hill, immedlatel
at tie entrance of the Plank Road inito Mami
Street, and nearly opposite Mir. Witt's residence.
lie Shoes Horses, makes Plows, Irona Waggonm
mend. Wafle Ironis, Lays Axes, and does varir't
other things after the old style. H~e haes adopte
many of thme modern improvetments, in fact all<
thm except that of- slighting his work.
-' And lie humibly asks a call.
Jan 11 -- tf 52
Beach Island Land for Sale.
T HlE Subscriber ofFers at private sale FI '
LH UN DRED ACRES of Beach Island Swamr
Land, lying on the River, and adjoining lander
Smuel Clark and James T. Gardner, and rente
the present year by .lamnes T. Gardnev.
A bout 400 acres of the above Tract are cleare
and well improved. The balamnce ia Cypress an
other swampi timibeir..
Terms made easy to a good purchaser. A ppl
to R. BR ADFORD.
Silveton, S, C., May 4 - tf - 1
rHIE Room at pres'ent occupied by Mmr, Lod .H
Ias alDry Goods Store. In my absence app
to J. A. Williams. S. CH RISTIE.
n..c28 tf 50
T HE Subsedew tending to dlose up his busi
-'eess'or the presenl sason, will MANUFA C
'TURE the remainder of his Stdesk of Goods at
lrwould say to all whsl wish to purchash Cloth
ing CHEAP,. and .made up in FiRST RATE
%TFLf., egmo'and lnvo your measures, and they
,shl be put ip it short notice.
-- .4-, . JO1N- LYON, Ao sT.
"Jan 20 . .v t 2
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
r II E Firm of FaRwrr.ArD & EvaNs, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent.
FREELAND & EVANS.
Jan 12, 1854.
A LL Persons indebted to the Firm of Fasa
LAND & Eva.s, either by Note or Account,
are thus timely notified that they. must pay the
snne by the 10th February, or they will be sued
FREELAND & EVANS,
Jan 25 3m 2
(1 T The Tudependent Press will copy 3 times and
forward aecunt to'this Office.
I OFFER for sale the following Tracts of Land.
Tract No I, Containing 500 Acres-two hun
dred neres cleared, and 40 ncres of first rate Bottom.
Tract No. 2, Containing 250 Aeres-20 acres
Hoit.ms and 100 Woodland. -
The Lands of both Tracts are of the best quality
and exceedingly well timbered.
J. W. EARLE.
Evergtreen, S. C., Nov 9, 1853. tf- 45
1 'UE Trustees of lethany Academy take pleas
ore in announeinar to the public, that their
School will be opened for the reception of Students
on the 2nd Monday in January 1.54, uuder the u
pervision of the well k;nown and seceessful liastrue
tbr. Wn. M. IlIratu, Esq.
Rates of Tuition the same as those charged by
the former Rector. 51r. GaLtrms.
iloard cnn be obtained in the most respectable
fani:ies on reasonable terms and convenient to the
sehol. . WILEY HARRISON,
J. L. TALIERT.
Da. S. F. STEVENS,
G. J. SHEPPARD.
Dec 21 ly 49
Glenn Springs Female Institute
t. R.l'-v. T. F. DAVIS, D. D., ex-Oflicio Visitor.
fee. T. S. A R''I UR, Proprietors.
. .1. 1). 1cCOI,1.)ULGTT. p
" GEORGCI HENTON, Rector, and Instrue
tor in Mlental and Christian Science, Modern Lan
;nage and llistory.
3lrn. 13 EN TON, Matron.
, lnstructor in Mathemathies,. Natr.
ral Sciences, and Ancient Uterature.
Prof. G. F.li'VlNE (late of Limestone Springs,)
Instructor in the theory and practice of Music.
Mliss C. M. REul). iustruetress in English.
.-SOSNOWSKi, lnstructress in Draw
ing. Painting. and Assistant in French.
Mliss SOPIlIA WARLEY. instructress in Eng
lish liranches, and Assistant in Ilathematies.
Miss EIAZA. PRATT, Assistant in Music and
N. 1.-The corps is not yet complete.
IlIE above institut'on, located at Glenn Springs,
T in spartanhurg Distriet, S. C., will be opened
for the reception of pupils tin the first of February
ps.. In converting this establishment into a
school foar young ladies, the builhdinre- have bcen
tnr.'ughly repaired unnd fitted uip ;amnd in furnish
nmg thn.-nmannew n' pains have been sidfed1 to make
i. in every respect, such a honme as parents would
desire for'their daughters. Particular attention has
been bes.towed upon the mnuuical instruments, anid
withn a large annd efficient eorips of teachers, and a
thosroughi csorse of study, it atfords every advant
nye to be enjo.yed in any similar institutiont.
A ppiemnnts are. ad~mittedl. of any ap., over seven
vers, andi placed in such ein as they may be pire
prced to jisin.
Tihe scho~lastic year will consis-t of one session,
divided into two ternms of fie monthls each. begini
aing on the.I-laof February ad ,atly. Vaeation.
lDecembher aind .Jnamnnry.
Rate-s.-Fsor Tuitiona und Board, includling was
ig, fuel, hnghts, ke., &c., $125 per termn,andl there
niu be uno extra chaerge, except for Music $30 per
term, sand for Ihotk.., Shneet Music, Drawing Slate
ails. &c., actually used.
For further innformnatiosn.see " Prospeetus," which
mny be hand by applying to the Rector, or either of
Jamn 4 Sr5
St. John's School.
R-r. Ui mv. T. F. DA VIS, D. D., Ex-Offilo Vis
lir.J D cCVT.LOrCGIT, A. M., Rector,
andinsrucorin Christiain Scieance and lelles
W M. R. LE AIRY, A. M., *ic Rector andi Ini
stutor in A ncient L~anguagses and -listory.
I). I). ROSA, Iustrector in Mathsematies and
1:v. E. A. WVAGNERl, Jnstructsor in English
r i'll E Exercises of this Tnstitution will be re
.. sumi.-d on the 2d clay in FElIflWA RY niext.
Boyvs are nlnmintedl over the age of seven yeasrs
ands lireplaired for thne .1lunnisr Clans in Co.llege: or
they imay receive a thnoroughn acadletnieal course,
eit- r Chits.ienl or Eanglishn.
Thlere is but one Session. (divided into twon terms
of ive niombts each,) beginning onn tine 2.1 February
aid endiang Nsnvennber 30.
I Terms per' Session.
For Tuition and Board, includling washsing, fuel.
ligts. &c., $225, payable semi-annaually in ad
Entrance fee $25. for whnichn books and stat'onery
:are funrnishecd thne Student so long ans ine may coin
tinue in tine instittison.
Advaniced Siudlents desiring private rooms will
~e alloiwedi theta (at tine diseretison of tine Rector)
Ifor an extra chnarge of $15,00, to pay for fuel,
For furthner information apply for a " Prospee
tus"~ to tihe Rector, at Spanrtannburg C. 1H., S. C.
Juan 4 3m 51
gr The Charlestou Mercury copy tri-weekly
and a'l tine other panpers in tine State weekly, for
tne Rectonr. ___________
Georgia Marble Works.
J. G. R ANKIN. W. M. HIURLOCK, G. 1. SUMMEY
SucCP.5sons TO A. ATKNnOt4 & Co.
Th'Iis Etabllsnmmenlt has been in success
Ifunloperatiotn for a numnber of yearms. The
Quarrnes are well opened, and tine larble is superi
or ton any ian the United States.
Wie hlave so per-fettd our fineilities for getting out
and linishing work thnat we cnn furnish
ounuments, Tombs, Head Stones,
And every thing in our line of business, in better
style, and at ebnenper rates thau any yard in the
When it is consideredl thnat we saw our own mar
nle, pay no jotbber's prolit, mand no high freight from
tne Norih, it will be seen that we possess material
advantage over till comupetitorn.
We ecordially solicit our friends and the public .t
exanine our work andl compare our prices with
thse of othner yards, before ordering Northsera
Marble. We have on hand at our vard in Marl
etta, a large assortment of FINISHI1)D WORK
Mhonuments, Tablets, Tombs, &.-where our agent,
Mr. G. WV. Summers, will seall at our prices. Our
prinipal work is done at the Mtillsn. Address
J. G. RANKIT & CO.
I Marble Works P. 0., Ga.
Jan 11 ly1
-Pair Home mtade Plantation
C HARNESS, SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER~
d OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil
dAt the Shoe Store, next~door to Sullivan & Bvothei
R. T. MIMS.
July 21 t f' 27
ALL Pen'sonns indebted to the Estate of Stcphe
1Smith, dleo'd., are requested to make paytnan
iiand those having demands anainst tije Estste w
ly present them properly attested.
.LEVY McDANIEL, Adm'or.
Nov3n if 46
EDGNFIELD UOLL aGIr
FOR YOU G LADIES.
Rev. C. A. RAYMOND, Principal
58 PajIs.s nave uran a:cE iGTn oFJA 'tr.
r ilE prospects of the Institution for the present
Lyear, are in the highest degree fiatterfg.
Several additional Pupiar have been promised, and
a large number areeoistdently expected.
The eademieul building. consisting of eight
eoimodinus Rooms is fnely furnished with every
thing necessary to seenre the most rapid advance
ment of the P1pis In this respect we do not-think
greater advantages eon be anywhere enjoyed. The
prescribed eunee of Stadies is -so arranged, that if
the Popile-remain long enough at the Institution to
pursue-it regularly, they can hardly fail of ocquiring
a liberal ail finished education ; and in the Extra
course a thorough knowledge of the fine
Pupils enn enter at any time,;;and . near the
middle -or close of the Sessio,.are eh b$
from the time of entrance. All each dedustioas
however date from the elose of the s'ecossieek of
that Session. Loss of tie from ikness if of more
than two weeksUo ialodeducted . -.
The Rates of Tuitionmaeeni:Id . 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 Weli
Aeademic do ...........,12.00
Primary do ... .8700 abd. 00
Pupils-uusinr .t1te.ilosophicals Apputttus; are
charged Extra $2,00) per SeanTon.- ' JaAlkpj
are charged 50 ets avc$essioj. for abittingenies.
D raw ing ..................... ,.. i P i .'
. . . ........50
Oil Painting......................15 00
There is no charge for use of Piano. Pupils pre
tieing-at the Institute are however charged $1, esh
rssion, to pay for keeping the Pianos in tune.
'Board, with washing,. lights and fuel $10 per
There are no other extra charges, except for
Books and Mluic sold.
R. T. MIMS,
E. PENN, Truste
0. A. A l)PSON,
Feb 8 tf 4
Domestic Goods ! -
HAVE NOW IN STORE the following DO
. MESTIC GOODS, whichthey oierat
LOW PRICES, and toevhieh they respectfuliy
invite the attention of the pubtie. -
5 Cases fine English LONG CLOTH;
2 do New Yotjc Mills do
5 do Old York " do
5 do .lames Steam Mills do
2 do Nine Twist' do
2 do Lonsdale d,
2 do Water Twist det
5 do Newburyport da,
010 Bales Str'ed HjOMESPUNS far. plimta tins
25 " 3-4, 7-8 and 4.4 Brown 16otespun,
5 Cases 12-4 Hamilton SH EETING,
5 10-4 and 11.4 Alandale do -
5 " 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Auseutney Sheeting,.
S " 10, 11 nd 12-4 bMunnandoc do'
25 " Very superior KERSEYS,
30 Bales " " 84, 9-4 and 10-4 heavy.
50 " 8 o.. OSNABURGS, diterent brands,
25 Cases C ALICO.
A ugusta, Dec 14 tf . - 48.
GEORGCE ROBINSON & II. B. .TACKSON(
have sesociated themselves together, for the
transacting of a
General Hardware Business,
Undr the stvle of Rossasson & .TACason, Hamburg,
where we will always keep ani extensive- assortment
~f EVERY TIlING in that line, together with
Saddles, Bridles, larness, Leather,Trauks, Whips,
&. &c. -
Hanmburg, April 27 - - tf - . 15
ROBINSON & JAKoSO~j.
HAMBURG S. C.
HF jAVE now on hand a most complete Steell
Iof Hardware, amnongst which may be
2001 Ton English and Sweed Iron,
500O Kegii Nail',.
20,000 Lbs. Castings,-.
50 1)ox. Collinis' Axes,
75 " Brades' Pad-p.t Iloes and others,.
5 " Superior Straw. Cutters,
21) " Spades and Shovels,
10 " Rakes,
Tilletsern antd others manke of Vices and- Anuvills,
Trace; H alter, Log; Fifth and other style of-Chsais,.
A complete Stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery,.
---ALL sTVLE5 OF
Plains, Saws, Ch'sels, Screws,1I inges,..
Knobs, Bellows'.i litts, Guns','
Pistols, Slhot Bags,
Pow~der Flatks, Cotton and Wool Cards,.
Well Wheels. Kettles, Stew iPans,
Frying Pans, Gridironss, llanmmers',l1latebets,. .
Taks, Warer, and- Waille Irons. Candle Sticks5
Steelyards, Mtarking Guages. Spirit Levets,~
Andh ons, Shovels and Tongs, Scrowxe
Plates', Compasses, 'ilum
TTamurg, A pril 27 tf 15-.
PROSPECTUS OF THE-:
T11 E undersigned will publish, in the town'- of
.Colnumbia, about the 1st of Febrac.nex: a
ILY~, TRa:-WEEELY, and WEELY. Nenupaper,
bearing the title of TIlE CAROLlN.'A.TiE. -
The lim~its of a Prospectus do not,.admit of a
minute delineation of all the fentures'.of .the contem
plated journal. It will he sunlicient toindicate the
general character of the Tinmes. It wilkba a News
paper in the widest meaning of the term,.ejmbraelztg
within its columns all matters of informatija.lstm'
esting or useful to the public. It will be a political
journal, chietly devoted to the disseminatios; of
politicnl itelligence. A bove all, it will everamamn
tan the constitutional rights and the peculiar insti
tutions of the $outh, yielding allegiance to not party
which does not unequivocally recognise those rights
and stoutly uphold those institutions. In matters of
State policy, the Times will be conservativa. Ife
will oppose all changes in the fundamentaklaw and
the adiministration of the Wtate, which are notlm
peritively demanded by the "general welfatre," and
the clearly ascertained will of the people. ,No mqa
sure of reform will be adseesed seease It is new, '
and no error in policy will be upheld though It may
have the sanction of long-established usage.
Tes Commercial and A gricultural interests of the
State shall receive their due share of attention. The.
Times will contribute its mite to the development of
her immense resoures, and oneourage thme Arts amid
Sciences which mnister to the well being,.aocial
and political, of her people. And it shall be ipsist
ed on that Columbia, the beautiful capita) oft h
State, shall partake of the general prosperity,.w1hist
noattempt wall be made to disparage the lecal ad
vantage of other towns and sections. The latest
intelligence, both foreign and domestic, shall he
carefully reported. To this end the Telegrphand
other means within the renok of the undetsigned
shall be laid under contribution.
The DAnLY Tims will be furnished dois sei.
hers at $6; the Tas-W Kr.LYat $3; and jiiWE5e
i.v at $2 per annum, in advance..
GRENEKER s LAOTE Publishets.
JAMES H. GILES, 'd tr.
Jan 4 4t
IN COMMOON PLEAS. -
P ARRUM WALL, who is now in the ufi
of the Sheriff of Edgeficld Distriot,
of a Writ of Ceplasad Satisfaciendun, at .tew
Alexander Sharpton, having filed in my OS6e,tw
gether with a Schedule on oath, of hIs eettea,
effects, his peition to the Court of Cotmes Plep,
praying that he may he admitted to the heaef. oif
the Ats of the General Assembly, made for the
relief of insolvent debtors. Itis ordered, Thqithe
said Alexander Sharpton, and all other credtoratu,
whom the said Parrum Wall Is in anywise n ts
ad they are, hereby summoned, and have tioe
appear before the said Court at EdgetleldCor
House, on the First Monday in Mfareb ~ohl
Isome other convenient day to be iet
~,pointed, duing the sittig-ofthesi oth
IIshow cause, if any they can, why theoprayertof th .
said Petitioner aforessid should not be granted.
THOS. G. BACON, c.. Ls.
lrk's., nat, Nov 20th. t853. tf 47