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PROSPECTUS OF TH E
New Map of the State of
COMPILED FIROM ST.rE, RAIL ROAD AND ("OAS'
SuRveYs, av G. E. WALKER & JOHN JOHN
SON, Civri. ExniNErERs.
I ilS 31A\P which is now presented to the pub
lic has been publish by J. H. LoLT~o'.'under
the patro'nage of the Legislature of the State of
South-Carolina, and is the only Map of the State,
which, for accuracy of delineation, and minutia of
detail can claim to be reliable.
It has been compiled from all the surveys made
by or under authority of the local government, the
surveys of the eminent Civil Engineers in the scr
vice of the several rail road companies. and the re
suits of the United States coast servey, thereby giv
ing, with great precision, the position of points along
the cnast. The Map, in point of minuteness, stands
unequalled ; it exhibits the 1:nes of all existing, pro.
greasing and projected rail roads; the wlto!e system
of post and district roads and all other internal im
provetents ; the situation of cities, towns, villages,
post offices, private residene.s, and the great miulti
plie ty of other objects usually found on the best and
most elaborate maps ; in point of artistic execution,
it will ch..lleiig comparison with any similar work
which has ever appeared before the public.
The large Scale (5 miles to the inch) adopted by
the authors, and the great distinctness with which
it natural and. artifcial features are J.-picted, adapt
i s pee.ili..rly to the wants . f all interested in con
mierce, internal trade, and general baszm-ss wihin
the Stite. No one at all interested in the pr.'gress
of the State can well do without. this Map, which so
faithful;y delineates the actual condition of the
The authors have the honor of referrig the
public to the gentlemen whose names are hereunto
attached, as having given much valuable ussisteuer
and infurmatiun to the work ; also, to many as hav
ing exanined and certified to the authenticity and
general exeel:enee of the same.
Capt. A. H. BowmsMa, United States Engineer
Lr.wts R. Ginsas, Esq., Prof. Mathiematies Char
Gen. A. 11. BatInAxE.
L. J. F.EssaIr Esq.
Col. E. I. W mra. W. M. STOCTos. Esq., J.
Y. IILLS Esq., U. B. Lvrino., Esq., W. 11. O RIr
FES, Esq. Civil Engineers.
Gov. Mr.Ass. Ilon. W.I. AInEs, Ion. J. A.
W oopwAaD, llo~n. L. 1. KEtrr, Ilon. W. D. Voa
TER, loion. JAs. SIzOs, Ilin. .1. L. PETICU.
Abbeville Drintrict-J. F. Marshall, Esq.
Anderson-I. P. Reed .16.,
Barnwell-- A. P. Aldricci, W. G. Simme, I'sq's.,
Braufort-A. M1 Ruth. W. .1. Grayson. Esq.
Charleston-1lury Rt.v- nel, Jas. 1'trguson, P.
C. Gaillard. Esq's.,
Chestrrield-W. .T. UIanIna, A. McFarlan, Esq's.,
Darlington-J. A. Dargan, W. 11. Wingate,
Edgefield-James .Tones, Esq.,
Fairfield-lienry Dav;s. .Jas. .\iartin E sq's.,
Georgetown-Ilon. R. F. W. Allston, I). L.
Hlarry-Robt. 'Munroe, Esq.,
Kersha-A.'11. Boykin, Vm. Young, Esq's.
Lancaster-J. iH. Witherspooin, Esl.,.
Laurens-J. Wistar Simpson, .1. hI.lrby, Esq's.
Lexington-A. G. Summer, Esq.,
Mcrion-W. W. Ilarlice, Esq.,
Marlbroug-C. W. Dudley, lsq.,
Neweberry-ltn. J. B. O'Neall,
Richland-.f. Moore, .John Pearson, Fsq's.,
Spartanburgk-.J. W. Tucker, G. Cannn iai q's.
Sumpter-F. J. Moses, .1. J. Belser, Esq's.,
Union-J. L. Young. Esq..
W.M. RlC1[A RDS, Agent for
Edgefield Baruwell Iteaufort, Districts.
March 15th tf 9.
DE1 l lR IN
READY-MYADE CLOTHING !
r I1lE S~ubscriber re spenctflly calls then attentin
.Jof F armers and ,lhe ccontuityc genet ally, ta
li Store, next do~or to Mir. .Ins It. Sullivan. whlere
he hats just received a N E and Sl.LEN 1)l1
Stock of SI'lHlNG and SUMM.\ER
Rleady-3 ade Clothing !
A Fine assortment of 11081E1RY. ShIRTS,
COLL.-ARS <- CR.AATS.
SUSPEN\DERS, DRAWERS, HA!,DKERCHIEFS,
Trunks, Carpet Bags, &c.
IIATS OF TilE LATF~ST STYlES!
ALSO A G001n st'r.Y O5*
YOUTH'S & BOYS CLOTHING!
Edigefid C. I., Marcb ift 8
House and Sign Painting !
T l E1 Suhleribers having fo.rmied themselve. int.
a Co-partnership, respecftfully inf,,rmn the citi
zerns of Edlgefal d D)i-triet, that they are now pire
pairedl to do all businecsu entrusted to thiem in thcn
.Painmting~, Gilding, Marvblintg, &c.,
In all its various branches, anid upon the most rea
hU All letters addressed to them at Edgefield
C. II., will receive prompt att--nti-,n.
They ma~y he fotundc in the Paiinting Room of Mr.
Wrrr's Furniture Establishmient.
Referecnce.-.\ilr. Jons Lian~ :ind Mtr. Join
Wrr-r. C. 11. L I C%\S,
A. A. PA UL.
March 8 tf 8
A Beautiful Residence for Sale,
* . 3 T HE SUBSCRIBER, desirotns t
remove, offers his HIG~HLY IM
U PROVED RESIDENC.E
at Edgefield C. IT. The house is commodious
having ten Rooms, besides an attic Story, capable c
being1 divided into two large apartments.
The grounds are beautifully laid out. Upon the
Lot, containing about ten acres, are varretieso
choice Fruit, such as Peaches, Pears, Figs, A pples
To a gentlematn of taste this' is a very desirabb
property. sin-e years would bc required for th<
growth of such Sbrubbery and Trees as are now in
full vigour and beauty upon it. The entire premises
are in good order.
Alhso, for sale, very near the above place, at snial
Tract of Land, containing 18 acres, half of whichi
7 For Furt~her particulars and terms apply to
C. BRUCE WALKiER.
Mfarch 8 if 8
A Bargain to be had!
T lE Undersignied having determined to remno
to Columbia, oflers for saile his RESlDENC.
in the Village of Edgefield. The house is onec
the most beautiful and conveniently arrnnged pcr
haps in the up-country, built accoerding to moder
Archiitectture. The entire literior is of three-cot
plasterinig, hard finisht. In front is a Lawn of fot
acres, interspersed with Shrubbery and Roses of th
tnost beautiful and rarest kind, with ahout 100 huri
* dred acres of back grounds, of which ahout7
seventy acres are in wvoodland, all of which is ei
e losed, and in the highest state of imp~roveen
The Terms will be accommodating, and posses
sion given immediately.
W. A. HA R RIS.
P. S.-On the premises there is a superior We
of water, and walled willh flint.
tar 8 tf8
117 The Carolinian will phase copy three tim<
and forward account to -W. A. H.
The Fine Young Jack l~lolto,
WILL tandthe present Spring Season, at tI
Susriber's residetnce only, and tyill be lI
to Mares at S1 0,00 to insure a Mare to be in Foc
No responsibility to rest upon the Subscriber fr
any accident that may happen, but every care wi
be taken to avoid such. Any person putting a Mlar
and changing the right, before the fact is knowv
will be held responsible for the insurance mone:
Twnyfv cents to be paid to the groom, in at
vance, in every instance.
PE DIeav.E.-lov.To is four years old, and of i
Stoltese Stock. He is thirteen hanids high, ati
hieavy made. Ie is as well formed as any Jacki
the State. DANIEL IIOLLA ND.
SMarch 8 3%8
ALL~ Persons indebted :o the Estate of Dani<
Englhsh, dee'd., are requested make immed
te paynient, anid those havtng detmands will plea
reader thteut in forthwith, properly attested.
.J0liY .KNTILL, Ex'or.
Marc 8 -dt 8
MALE AND FEMALE.
Rev. W. H. CHRISTY, PRINCIrAL.
Ma. PICKENS BUTLER, MRS. CHRISTIE and
Miss SARAH GETZEN, ASSISTANTS.
PRoF. F. SOFGE, INSTatIRCTo IN Music.
THESE Institutions are now in successful opera
tion. The exercises opened on the 1st Feb
ruary with the most flattering prospects. Over one
hundred Pupils are now in attendance. and several
others are expected to enter the present mouth.
Parents and guardians desirous of educating their
children or wards, would do well to consider the
advantages afforded by these Institutions. In their
location particular refereuce was had to health, and
in this respect the situation is surpassed by none in
The Academies comprise two large and commo
dious lbuildings, furnished with special reference to
the personal comfort and intellectual advancement
of the Pupils.
With so experienced and highly recommended a
corps of 'Teachers, with facilities for instruction,
they have spared neither pains or expense in pro
viding, the Trustees feel themselves warranted in
assuring a thorough and finished education.
Expenses pr Session of Five Months
Primary Department, First Class..........$6 00)
.a 61 Second " .......... 9 00
Second " -------....... 12 00
Third' " . .....................1500
With Ancient languages and higher Mathe
French, Drawing and Painting, each,.....$10 00
Music................................ 20 00
C Hoard may be had at $8 per month.
The Iustitutious are located directly on the Plank
Road, eleven miles from Homburg.
Chair'n Board of Trustees.
Mar S tf S
SAVE YOUR MONEY!
(LA-r. sA1.tSAl FOR T.AK., Cosa AND Co.)
WlOLESALE DEALER IN
FANCY SILK ILLINERY GOODS,
211 BALTIMORE STREET-UP STAIRS,
Between Light and Charles Sts.,
IT AS on hand and will be receiving constantly
thtr..uh the Season, NEW GOODS
RICII FASIlONABLE FANCY SILK MlLLI
N ERY 000lS. My Stock of Rich Rihhons,
comprises every variety of the latest and most beau
I &ffer mi Goods for net cash, at lower prices
than any credit !louse can afford.
All persons will find it greatly to their interest
to reserve a portion of their money, and make se
lections fromi my great variety of Rich Cheap
RIBIBONS for Botnnes, Caps. Sashes, &o.
Bonnet SILKS, SATINS, VELV ETS,
('rapes, Lisses, Tarletons,-Foundations,
Blonds, Illusions, and Embroidered Lace for Caps
French and American Flowers,
French Lace. English, American and Italian
STRAW BONNETS and TRiIMINGS, together
with eve-rv article in the Miilinery line.
Baltimore, Feb 25, Gt 7
ATTORNEY sl ND COUNSELLOR.
COMMISSIONER FOR THE DIFFERENT STATES,
167 BROADWAY, NEw YORS.
' TILL also, in connection with eminent eounsel.
S~tranusaet any business before the United
States' Supreme Court, Congress, Execntive D~e
partmnents, Pensions, Patent, Extra pay and Bounty
Landm~ Oflices, at Washingtoni, D. C.
All business faithmfully anid exped.itiously attended
to. Importers, Inventors and Ciimants are inte
rstedl in ea~linig as above..
1775 Pemnsions, Bounty Lands, &c.
Hiv an A<- of Congress, approved February 3,
1855, all widows of Revoun ionary officers and sail
dirs are enttith-d to " P'ension for Life." of the same
amount their hutsbands drew or would have drawn,
had they ap'plied.
Illerttoiare none wer'e entitled only married pre
viouls to .Januatry, I 800.
-Five years'additional Pension" is granted un
der the above Act,' to widlows andl orphmams who
have been pensioned utnder Acts of July 21, 18418,
and Feb. 2'2, I18-19. And aill widows and oarphanl~S
(under sixteenl) are no(w entitled to live years' pen
sion, where their husabanlds or fathers diedl in service
in the warr of 1812. or in any war since 1700 or
who died after discharge, of wounds received or
disease contracted iln said service.
Every aflicer and soldier whlo has (nit any time)
been wounded, or in any way disabled, while in
te service or the United Stat--s and in the line of
his duty, is entitled to pension for life, according to
the elegree of disatbility.
* oes-ry f.Asrs-Every officer and soldier who
hare served1 a lomt as " one month" in any war of
te inited States since I 700, is now entitled to land,
if he has not received it.
Parties in every part of the Unted~ States (or
elsewhere) haviing e'aiins for land, or pension (or
claims of any kind) for tbeir own service, or the
service of at relatlive will haive them promptly and
properly attended to by addressing as above, post
paid. Write part-culars in full.
Washington City.-H-on. Jleffierson Davis, lion.
Rbert MceClelland, lion. R. H. Gillet, lHon. J. W.
MCulluck, Geni. R. Armstrong, Messrs. Corcoran
New York..-H~on. John A. Dix, lHon. D. S.
Dickinson, lion. Luther Bradish, lion. A. Van
ILinoi.-Hon. S. A. Douglas.
pCalifornia -lon. W. MI. Gwin.
Georgia.-llon. Ilowell Cobb.
Ohio.-llIon. Thomas Corwiin, Hon D. T. Disnoy.
Louisiana.-Col. A rnold Harris.
Sonth Carolina.-Col. M. C. M. Hammond.
'Maryland.-Ilnn. R. M. McLa.
Virginia.-Hon. T. 11. Bailey.
Indiana.-Ilon. W. H. Brown.
Wiscosin.-Ilon. J. B. Macy, M. J. Thomas.
STexas.-Hon. Satn Houston.. And others.
Feb 25 3t 7
R. St, John's School,
Rr Ry~. T. F. DAVIS, D. D)., Ex-Officio Vis
lRav. J. D. McCUL.LOUGH, A. M., Rector,
nd Instrucetor in Christian Science and Belles
WM. B. LE A RY, A. M., Vice Rector and In
structor in A ncient Languages and Hlistory.
D. D. ROSA, Instructor in Mathematics and
BRv. E. A. WAGNER, Instructor in English
T'HE Exercises of this Institution will be re
.J sumed on the 2d day in FEBR UARY next.
. Boys tire admitted over the age of seven years
and, prepared for the .iunior Class in College t or
Sthey may receive a thorough academical course,
either Classical or English.
r fThere is hut one Session, (divided into two terms
offive months each,) beginning on the 2d February
eand ending Noveinber 30.
Terms per Session.
For Tuition and Board, including washing, fuel,
t.lights, &e., $225, payable aemiannually in ad
Entrance fee $25. for which books and stationery
arc furnished the Student so long as he may con
IItinue in the Institution.
A dvanced Students desiring private rooms will
be allowed them (at the diseretion of the Rector)
.~for an extra charge of $15,00, to pay for fuel
For further information apply for a " Prospec
tus" to thte Rector, at Spartanburg C. H., S. C.
Jan4 3m * 51
te~The Charleston Mercury copy tri-weekly
etand all the other papers in the State weekly, for
For the Planters !
". ('A l L bs. Peruvian Guano,
JUUU 100 bble. Kettlewell's GUANO~
70 Bbls. Kettlcwell's CHEMICAL SALTS,
30 " Pure ground PLASTER.
eThe above celebrated Manures for sale by
J. SIBLEY & SON.
nHamburg, Nov 14, tf 44
g The Laurensville Herald, Independent Press
-and Anderson Gtrzette will copy the above four
times, and forward biil to J. S. S SON.
ePetit Gulf Cottou Seed.
i UST received a supply of New Genuine PETI'I
so UGULF COTtON 5EED,-for satle by
J, SI8LISY &e SON,
Hamburg, Feb 90 tf U
W. F. PRATT & CO.
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
NO. 2, MOLLYHON ROW,
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C.
I EEP constantly on hand a large and complete
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS
Dye Staffs, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, Brushes, Fancy Articles, Perfumery,
Surgical Instruments, &c., &c.
Being associated with the largest Drug House in
the State, we can sell Goods upon BETTER
TERMS than any louse out of Charleston.
(K- Physicians and Planters will find it to their
interest to give us a call.
All articles warranted to give satisfuetion.
l Orders addressed to W. F. PRATT & Co.,
will meet prompt attention.
Feb20 - tn 6
Popular Trade, Popular Goods,
AND POPULAR PRICES!!
A NEW STORE & NEW GOODS
T HE Subscribers, from the City of New York,
intending to locate permanently in Augusta,
beg leave to inform the public that they have open
ed in the Store recently occupied by Messrs. AL
DatCt & ROYAL (as a Shoe Store) on
BROAD STREET, OPPOSITE THE MASONIC HALL,
A large and well selected Stock of NEW and
FASHION A BLE
Fanity Dry Goods,
Which being bought within the last fifteen ds.ys,
in the City of New York, for Cash, upon a deeli
ning market, will be sold LOWER than similar
Goods have ever been otl'ered in Georgia.
Being thoroughly acquainted with the Northern
Markets, and having tade arrangements in New
York by which they will be in receipt of NEW
GOODS by every Steamer, and intending to keep
always the .
and to sell them at POPULAR PRICES. they
respectful j solicit a call from the Citizens of Edge
field and the surronnding listriets. to exnminetheir
Stok. WARD & BURCHARD.
Augusta. Feb.15 - ly- 4
Georgia Marble Works,
J. G. RANKIN. W. M. IHURLOCK, G. I. SUMMEY
Succ,'ssons -ro A. ATKINsoN & Co.
This Establinmeant has been in success
ful operation for a number of years. . The
Quarries are well opened. nd 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 onstown mar
ble, psy no jobber's profit, sud 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 FIN ISIII WORK
M1onuntnts. Talblets, Tomtbs, &c.-where our agent.
Mr. G. W. Sumniers, will sell at our prices. Our
principal work is done at the Mills. Address
.1. G. R ANKIN & CO.
Alarble Works P. 0., Ga.
JTan 11 ly~
Columbia & Hamburg R, Road,
T\OTICE is hereby givent that the B~ooks to, re
eive Subscripitionts of stomck to the Columin
ad I Iatmburg itnil Road. will hb opened at thte fol.
lowitg plices, ont the FO)UR W I MON I)AY ini
.larh next,.niI kept opeti fot sixty ays thtereaIfter.
The Co~tnissionters appointed will please open
Boks in necordance with the forregoinig.
A t Calumtbia-Jas. S. Scott, Cdt. Bryce, Wmn.
A t Lexington-John Fox, Leroy Hlendrix, A. IH.
At the Ridge, Edgefieldl Distrit-J. C. Ready,
ltj. TI. Watson, W. lli.,stton.
At lElgetieldl Court 11ouse-S. Christy, R. T.
lins, 8. F. Coumle.
A t llamiburg-C. H*ammtond, E. J. B3uckmanster,
1. W. Stokes.
Atnd give duec notice of the specifie loention se
leted for the purpose. .1 AS. S. SCOTIT.
Chair'n Coiun ibia Commtissioners.
Feb 22 6t 6
To ihe Stockholders of the Edgefield Odd.
Fellowes' and Masonic Buildinag Associa
GEYTP.ITK: Our Building is commenced, and
from the energy displayed by thme Workmen, we
may soon expect to see at above the surface.
A payment will sootn be due the Contractors.
You will the-refore pleare pay in to .1. B. StUr.JVAY,
Treasurer, your Second Instalnent of 10 per centt,
as early as imsible.
hir. A. RAssayV is the authiorized Agent of the
Company, to receive I nstalients and take additional
Stock. Please take due notice and govern your
selesacordngy. A. G. TEAGUE, Pres't.
Fab 22 tf 6
State of South Onrolina,
B)Y H. T. WRIGHT, Esqr., Ordinary of
Whereas, R. B. Bouknight, hats applied to me
for Letters of Adminuist ration, waith the Will
annexed, on all and singular the goods and
ehattles, rights and credits of M. A. Pow, late
of tihe District,atforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at
our next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
to be htolden at Edgefieid C. 11., on tihe 20th
day of Mar. inst., to shoW cause, if any, why
the said administration should ntot be granted.
Given under my hiand and seal. this 6th day of
Mar. in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and fifty-four and in thte 78th
year of American Independence.
H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
Mr 8 2t 8
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
B YII. T. WIGHT,Esq., Ordinary ofEdge.
Whereas, Nat. S. !lnrrison, has applied to me
for Letters of Administration, on all and sin.
gular the goods and chattles, rights and credits
of James S. Harrison, Sr., late of the District
These are, therefore, to cite and admonishx all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at
our next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
to be holden at Edgefield C. H., on the 15th
day of March inst. to show cause, if any, why
the said administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 1st day
of March in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and fifty-four, and in the 78th
year of American Independence.
H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
Mar 8 2t 8
State of South Carolina,
M. S. Martin, Ex'ix. of
Robt. Martin, dee'd. IAmenaded and
-5s. Supp'Ial Bill foi
John Marsh, . Dis. Assetts, 4-c
M. Hankinson and others.J
iT appearinno that the Defendavts Henry Ti
m tanus and' his wife Caroline, Laura Ingra.
ham and Pickens B. Marsh, resido without the
limits of this State, on taiotion of Mr. Carroll
Plaintiff's Solicitor, Ordered that the said De.
feniantsemur, plead or answer to the Bill it
this catuse, within three months from the publi
cation of this order, or the said Bill will be en
terd pro confesso against them.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Edgefield Male Acai.deym
T IllS Institution is opened for an ether year under
the control of Mr. J. GREJG LEITNER,
our last year's Teacher.
The experience of a twelvemontl has fully satis
fled us that no more competent y.ung gentleman
can be found in the State than the coo now at the
head of our Academy. The best proof of this i.
the general satisfaction given by him lait year,
backed by the additional fact that hit School, at the
termination of its first week for tie second year,
numbered 43 Pupils. t
The Trustees desire to assure .he Public that
their united effhrts will be given a' the cause of
their School, and a continued and oemplete supervi
sion will be exercised by them over its progress.
Mr. LTrrNER will in a short time procure a first
rate Assistant, and any number short of four score
can then be well attended to.
The Building is in comfortable etilition, having
three large fire-places (one in - eae) of the larger
Dome,) and being well supplied 'uith convenient
fables and arm-chairs of the best finish.
Once more we appeal.to the people of Edgefield
and the adjoining Districts, for. their eneoaragement
of our earnest endeavors to establa~h a fin' rate
For the Classical Department, per ,annum,.. $36.00
" " Higher Eng. " " " ...32,00
" " Ordinary " " u " ...25,00
Capitol boarding to be had in ple-sant families.
A RTilUR SlhNKINSN,1
GEO. A. ADDI3ON, ..
LEWIS JONES, I
R. T. MiMS. J
Jan 11 . # 52
D r M. W. Abney
H AVING removed into the Village, for the
.L purpose of devoting himself, more exclusively
to his prufession, and occupying the residence first
beyond the Baptist Church on the right,. and ad
joining the Male Academy, (the residence formerly
occupied by S. S. Tompkins, Esq., and Rev. C. A.
Raymond,) offers his
To the people of the Village and the surrounding
In the day, lie can be found in his Office, adjoin
ing the Office of W. W. ADAMs, Esq., and in front
of the present residence of Mr. Geo. A. Addison,
and at night, he can be found at his dwelling.
lie will give attention at all times most punctu
ally, to all calls upon him, either for advice and pre
scriptions, or for personal attendance.
M. W. ABNEY.
Jan 11 tf 52
Tax Collector's Notice,
I WILL attend at the following times and places
hereinafter speeified, to collect the General,
Poor and Road Tax for the year commencing 1st
At Stevens' Store, on Monday, 20th Feb.
" Moore's, same evening, 3 o'clock.
Shatterfiels, on Tuesday, 21st.
" Liberty H1ill, same evening. 3 o'clock.
" Freeland's, on Wednesday, 22d.
" Parks' Store, same evening, 3 o'clock.
Rocky Ponds, on Thursday, 23d.
" Mrs. Middleton's, same evening, 3 o'clock.
"laj. S. C. Scott's, on Friday, 24th.
" Red Nlill, same evening. 3 o'clock.
Chentham's Store, on Saturday, 25th.
" S. C. Strom's, same evening 3 o'clock,
" W. S. Snyley's, on Tuesday, 28th.
Ridge, sane evening, 3 o'clock.
" Lybrand's, on Wednesday, lit March.
Hatcher's, on Thursday, 2d.
" Graniteville, same evening, 3 o'clock.
Beach Island, on Friday, 3d.
" Ilamburg, on Saturday, 4th.
"Edgefleld C. U. on Monday, 6th.
" o aon Tuesday, 7th.
"Maj. Allen's, on Wednesday, 8th.
" Richardson's, same evening 3 o'clock.
" lt. Willing, on Thursday, 9th.
" Norris' Store, on Fray, 1 0th.
" J. Wise's, same evenirag, 3 o'clock.
"Rhinehart's, on Saturday, 11ith.
" liaird's, on Mlonday, 13th.
" Miickler's, sanme .evening. 3 o'clock.
"IPerry's X Roads, on Tuesday, 14th.
"Colenan's X Roads, on Wednesday, 15th.
"Nickerson's, manie evening, 3 (o'clock.
" lahiwa.nger's Store, on Thursday, 16th.
"IR. al. Scurry's on Friday, 17th.
"JDorn's Store, same evening, 3 o'clock.
" J. S. Smyley's, .on Saturday, 18th March.
.1. QUA1 TTLEBUM; T. C. E. D.
lU" N. B.--Free persons f color must pay their
Tax hy the lust of March.
Feb8 tf 4
A Plenty for All!
PLENTY of good Bed-room-Plentty of good
iFare-Plenty of fine water-Plenty of every
thing needed in a Public House, at the PLAN
TE'S llOTEtL, just re-opened and under the
B. J. R Y AN,
Who promises to do his best towards giving satis
faction to all who may call at his 1liouse.
Ilis Stables are properly provided, and no man 's
horse sha:ll suffer fur want of provender or from
lck of attention.
Respetlully soliciting a share of publio patron
age, the s ubscriber signs his name.
B. J. RY AN.
Egefield, Jan 17, l1854. tf I
New Fall & Winter Goods,
TIE Subscriber begs leave to offer to his custo
trers 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 Mlatkets; such as,
New Yora and B oston, 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; all of whi::h will be sold
low for Cash, or on accommodating terms to punc
The very highest Market prie w'ill be paid foi
Cotton and other produce in exchange for Go.ds.
M. W. CLARY.
Sept 28 1853 tf 37
Florida Lands for Sale !
TIHE Subscriber intending to move, offers fot
..sale his Iands, lying in Madison County.
The Tract contains 1175 Acres, more or less
500 A cres of which is cleared and unider fence.
There is a Pine Settlement on the Trnet, havims
a good Dwelling with Seven Rooms, and all neces
sary improvements, such as Stables, Barns, Crib
Gin House and Screw. Negro llouses, &c.
Persons who call soon can get a BARG AIN.
l~ ers mde~'JAS. N. LIPSCOMB.
Feb15 tf 5
A LL Persons indebted to us are expected to eal
L.and pay up or nijike satisfactory arrangements
After the first Monday in A pril next, all debts un
dr a Magistrate's jurisdiction, will be placed in the
hands of one fur collection.
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE.
Feb 22 -5t 6
ALL Persons acywiae indebted to the Estate c
.ohn Wise, dee'd., are hereby requested t<
make immediate settlement, and those having de
mands against said Estate will please render in thci
accounts forthwith, properly attested, accordingt
law. SIDNEY WISE, 1Ex'out
B. H. MILLER.
Ot 26 tf
IS Hereby given to the Creditors of F. M. Young
.deceased, to meet in the Ordinary's Office
Edgefield, on the 2nd Monday in April next, for th
purpose of making a final settlement on said Estat<
Those eintms not represented at that time witl b
preludd. B. PENN, Adm'r.
Jan11 3m - 52
WILLi be let on Monday the 20th of Marce
Vat Chevis' Creek, on th - Martin Town Rota'
to the lowest bidder, the building of a Bridge acros
said Creek, at that place.
s. W. GARDNER, Com'rse
Mar 2 2te 8
- To Bridge Builders.
WIILL be let at Mrs. Blocker's Mill, to t1
Tlowest bidder, on Friday the 31st inst., it
onstruction of a Bridge across Turkey Creek,e
the Blocker Road, precisely at 11 o'clock, A. M.
R. TIMMERMAN, Com'er.
Mr,, a 9t 8
BROWNING & LEMAN,
French, English and German
209 and 211 King-street, corner of Market-Street
Charleston, S. C.
[nARPETINGS.-Ingrain. 3 Plys, Brussels, Ta
%)pestry and Velvets.
CURTA IN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin and
Curtain Cambrics and Muslins, in large variety,
Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains, all styles,
Gilt Cornices, in all the new designs,
Curtain Gimps, Holders, Loops, Tassels, &c.
Drapery Cords and Bell Ropes, in all varieties,
British and American Floor Oil Cloths,
Silver and Gilt Stair Rods and Stair Carpetings.
of all styles.
Wilton, Velvet, and Axminster Rugs, in largo va
Kerseys, Caps, &c.
Red and White Flannels, Shirtings, &o.
Cotton Osnaburgs, of all the best Southern manu
English and American COTyON FLANNELS,
French, English and American Prints,
LINENS, of Richardson's superior make, for
Sheetings, Shirtings, Pillow Cases, Table Damasks,
Doylies, Napkins, Toweliings, Hluckabacks, Fruit
Cloths, B. E. Diapers, Grass Cloths, &c.
Cloths, Csssineres and Vestings, of best Frenoh
Servants' Cloths, in all the shades of English
Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans and Lindseys, of all
qualities and styles. With a full assortment of
Rich Dress Goods.
In SILKS, TISSUES, BAREGES, GRENA
DINES, MUSLINS, &o.
Bonibazines, Alpaoas and Mourning Goods, in
Evening Dress Goods, in great variety, constantly
All the above are of our own Direct Im
portation, and offered at the LOWE ST
Terms--C ASH, or City A eceptance.
ggTho ONE PRICE SYSTEM strickly ad
hered to. All Goods warranted.
BROWNING & LEMAN.
Charleston, Jan 30 tr 3
Domestic Goods !
H AVE NOW IN STORE the following DO
MESTIC GOODS, which they offer at
LOW PRICES, and to whieh they respectfully
invite the attention of thd public.
5 Cases fine English. LONG CLOTH;
2 de New York Mills do
5 do Old York " do
5 do Janmes Steam Mills do
2. do Nine Twist do
2 do Lonadale do
2 do Water Twist do
5 do Newbaryport do
100 Bales Str'ed IHOMESPUNS for plantation use
25 " 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Brown lomiespun,
5 Cases 12-4 Hamilton SHEETING,
5 " 10-4 and 11-4 Alandale do
5 " 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Auscutney Sheeting,
5 " 10, 11 and 12-4 Munnandoc 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
Dissolution of Co-Partnership,
rflIIE Firm of FarP..AND & Evans, is this day
.dissolved by mutual consent.
FREELAND & EVANS.
Jan 12, 1854.
ALL Persons indebted to the Firm of Faas
L~ANn & Eva'Ss either by Note or Account,
are thus timely i,otified that they niust pay the
same by the 10th February, or they will be sued
without exception. FIEAD&EAS
Jan 25 3m 2
67 The Independent Press will copy 3 times and
forward account to this Offica.
* Salamander Safes,
T'HE Name of SALAMANDER was first ap
Iplied to Wilder's Patent, and introduced by
the Subscriber in 1840, who in 1844 purchased the
right to manufacture. rThestiperiority of lierring's
(Wider's)' SALAMANDER- S.\FES over all
others, induoed nmany to infringe upon the patent
right by using the composition ; others more cau
tious, and to evade a lawsuit, male an inferior arti
cle, Imnitating the exterior in form, style, color of
painting, and attaching the name " Salama~nder,"
"Improved Salamander," " Fire Proof Salaman
der," " The Genuine Salanmander," &c., &e., and
have succeeded in palming oli' some of the spurious
Satlamanders as genuine. Those wanting the origia
nal Salamander manufactured by the Subscriber,
should take the precaution to see that they have
upon them a metal plate-" Silas C. IHerring, Ma
ker,"-all such being the genuine (Wilder's Patint)
Salamander, or Herring's Improved Patent Chan
pion Safe, which received the medal at thte Great
World's Fair, and which have never failed to pre
serve the eontents in case of fire. Purchasers ean,
selet from the largest assorimenit in the world, by
calling at the sale rooms of
SILAS C. UERRING,
135, 137, and 139 Water, cor. ot Pine Sts.
N. B.-Chilled iron safes, with powder proof
locks manufactured expreesly for banks, jewellers,
brokers and others requiring scurity from rogues.
Bank vault doors on hand, and made to order. All
the most celeb rated locks for sale at nmanufacturer's
prices. Second hand safes for sale at less than half
Agent's for, Ierrinig's -Safesoux.
FasE., Philadelphia, Pa.; R. McCAnni.:su, Rich
mond, Va.; Hsava H. WuIrLrAxe, Charleston, S. C.;
Fisaek & Barir, Savannah, Ga.; Gao. W. SrZaa,
New Orleans, La.; Wus. V. Muoax & Co., Mobile,
Feb15- Ot 5
STATE- OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Amon Lindsey and 1Petition for the appli
Stewart Harrison, cation of funds to the
's. satistaction of Plain
Win. H. Harrison. Jtiff~s' Judgtment.
ON hearing, the petition of Comnpiainants, A.
Lindsey and Stewart Harrison, as amended,
wvith leave, and on satisfactory evidence shown
to me, that the Defendant WVilliatm H. Harrison;
has taken up. his perminent. residence beyond
the limits of this State, and the jurisdiction of
this Court, on motion of Mr. Abney, Solicitor
for Petitioners; It is ordered, that the said W/m.
H. Harrison do aippear, and plead, answer or
demur. to the said Petition within three months
from the publication hereof, and that on his
failure so to do, a Deeree and Judgment, pro
Sconfesso be rendered against him..
A. S1MKINS, C. E. E. D.
Feb 24 3m 7
Augusta & Waynesboro R.Road
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
T HE PASSENGERS Train on the Augusta &
IWaynesboro Rail Road, will, till further notice,
leave the Augusta Depot daily, at 5 o'clock P. M.,
connecting at Millen with the Daily Mail Train to
,Macon, Milledgeville, Oglethorpe, Columbus and
tSavannah. No detention on any part of the Route.
These Cars conneet at Oglethorpe with Daily
Stage Lines to Talahassee, Fla., and Eufaula, Ala.
eAlso, at Savannah with the East Floekila Steamers.
For through Tickets or further informnation apply
to J. N. REEVES, AGEN'r.
Feb 20 4t 6
Fresh New Wheat Flour
AND YEAST POWDERS...
J UST Received Thirty Barrels of that Choict
JFlour from the Tumbling Sh~oals' Mtills. Every
Barrel sold can be returned if not approved.
Also, One Gross of Preston & Merrell's lnfallible
-YEAST POWDERS. No excuse for bad bread
now. For sale by G. L. PENN, Agent.
Dec '.1 tf 49
n HflE Room at present occupied by Mr. Lod Hil
.as a Dry Goods Store. In my absence apply
to J. A. Williams. S. ClR ISTIls.
n..28 onf 50
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
Rev. C. A. RAYMOND, Principal
70 PUPILS HAVE ENTERED SINCE 16TIof VJa'T.
HE prospects of the Institution for'the present
year, are in the highest degree flattering.
Several additional Pupils have been promised, and
a large number are confidently expected.
The Academical building consisting of eight
eommodious Rooms is finely furnished with every
thing necessary to secure the most rapid advance
ment 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 ein hardIy.faiI of aequiing
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 deduetion.
however date from the close of the second week o
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.'
Collegiate Department..............$15 00
Academic do ...............12 04
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 ota each, aSession, for contingenoies.
Drawing....................... 8 00
Oil Painting....................15 00
There is no charge for use of Piano. Pupils prao
tioing at the Institute are however charged $1, each
Session, to pay for keeping the Pianos in tune.
Board; with washing, lights and fuel $10 par
There ar.o no other extra charges, except for
Books and Music sold.
R. T. MIMS
S. F. GOODE,
B. PENN, . Trustees
G. A. ADDISON,
Feb 8 tf . 4
Glenn Springs Female Institute
Rt. Rev. T. F. DAVIS, D. D., ex-Officio Visitor.
Rev. T. S. ARTHUR, Prorietors
" J. D. McCOLLOUGH, - "et '
" GEORGE BENTON, Rector, and Instruc
tor in Mental and Christian Science; Modern Lad
guage and History.
Mrs. BENTON, Matron.
. , Instructor in Mathemathics, Natu
ral Sciences, and Ancient'Literatore.
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 SOPIIlA WA RLEY, Instructress in Eng
lish Branches, and Assistant in Mathematics.
Miss ELIZA PRATT, Assistant in Music and
N. B.-The corps is not yet complete.
T IIR above institution, located at Glenn Springs,
in Spartanburg 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 ladies, 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 has
been bestowed upon the musical instruments, and
with a large and effieient corps of teachers, and a
thorough course of study, it affords every advant
age to be enjoyed in any similar institution.
A pplicants are admitted, of any age, over seven
years, and placed in suqh class as they may he pre
prred to join.
The scholastic year will consist of one session,
divided into two terms of five months each, begin
nina otn the 1st of February and July. Vacation,
Deember and January.
Rates.-For Tuition and Board, including wash
ing, fuel, lights, &c., &c., $125 per term,and there
will bee no extra charge, except for Music $30 per
term, and'or Books, Sheet Music, Drawing Mato
rials, &c., actually used.
Fur further information: see " Prospectus," whleh
may he had by applying to tue Rector, or either of
Jan 4 3m 51
T HlE Trustees of Bethany A cademy take pleas
Lure int annoneing to the public, that their
School will be opened for the reception of Students
on the 2nd Monday in January 1854, under the su
pervision of thme well known and successful Instruc
tor, Wat. M. IlrEATU, Esq.
Rates of Tuition thse same as those charged by
the former Rector, Mr. GALrmnN.
Board can be obtained in the most respectable
families on reasonable terms aind convenient to the
School. WILEY HARRISON, -
J. L. TALIIERT,
Da. S. F. STEV ENS,
G. J. SHEPPARD.J
Dc 21 ly 49
Pair Hlome made Plantation
h ARNESS, SOLE ANDj UPPER LEATHER.
07 ALL Disafril~oNS.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil.
At the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Broth.
-R. T. MIMS.
July 21 tf 5?
0 HHtDS. SUGAR, Also 50 Barrels STBW
200. Bags COFFEE,
25 Hhlds. MOLASSES,.
200 Coils R OPE, some very superior.
100 Bales Gunny and Dundee BAGG'ING,
30 Whole, Half and Quarter Bbls. No 3, No 3.
and Mess MA CKEREL, also Kits,
4And we would aLSO state," that we havo a fine
Blankets, Negro Cloths,
Bedsteads, Chairs, Saddles, Osuaburga, Strip~es,
Iron, Nails. Oils, White Lead, Shot, BarLed
Salt,'Cheese, Powder, Soap, Rice,
Baeon, &e., &c., &c.,
And in fact, every article usually found in a Gro
ery Store. J. SIBLEY & SON.
Hamburg, Nov 14, tf 44
State-of Sguthl Carolina,
IN EQUiTY. --- -
Hellen Berry, Bill for Par'n of Lands.
Hannah Berry, -
John G. Berry, et alJ
T H E Plaintiti in this ease, having this day
filed her Bill, and it appearing to mysat
isfaction, that the Defendants, Neomy Tayor
and her husband, WV. B. Taylor, Rachasel Mor
gan and her husband Renuben Morgan, Sarah
Cummings.and her husband L. Mayson Cnm
mings, Susan Little and her husband Allen Lit
tle, Mary Martin and her husband Edward Mar
tin, and John G. Berry, are absent from and re
side beyond the limitsof this. State, where the
procss of this Court cannot be served upon
them: On motion of Mr. Abney, Solicitor for
the Complainant, It is ordered, That the Do
fendants do appear, and plead, answer or demur
to this Bill, within three months, or ninety days
from the publicationi hereof, and in default
thereof, that Judgment pro confesso, be awarded
A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. D.
Jan 10, 1854. 3m 52
. N ot ioe,
I OFFER for sale the following Tracts ef Land.
Traot No 1, ContainIng ?00 Acres-two hun
dred acres cleared, and 40) acres of first rate Bottom.
Tract No. 2, Containing 960 Aeres-20 wae.
Bottom and 100 Woodland.
The Lands of both Treaets arc of the best quality
and exceedingly well timbered.
.j. W. EARLE.
i ergrcn, S. C, Nov 9.,1853. tf 45