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CLARKE & ROYAL,
BOOTS, S H O E S, TRUNKS,
CARPET BAGS, VALISES, &c.,
IRON FRONT STORE, BROAD STREET,
OProsITE TIE lMAOXCtC HALL, AUGt'sTA, GEonrwk.
Tl 111 Undlersigned having formed a Co-partner
sTip, under the.yirm of C L A RKE & ROYAL
for the general transaction of the
Boot and Shoe Business,
Will keep at all times on hand the FINESTi and
MOST FASlIlONA FLE GOOI)S, both fur La
die ;and Gentlemen, that is now manufactured, to.
gether with a large assortmettr for ltt isses
anl Childretn Also, heavy work for Platttitn
an louse Servants. We will Aiso keep
Travelitig and Packillg Trunks,
VALISES, CARPET BAGS, 4c.
Our Store i% in the cential part of the City, con
venient to all -.be 1Hotels. being the well-kiown
stanl of ALDRICl & ROYAL. From our lon1!
exp-rienee in the business, we flatter ourselves that
we can give as good, if not better bargains, than
you can get elsewhere. Our best endeavors will be
to give satisfaction to all who may favor us with a
'call. lENRY E. CLARKE,
W.M. S. ROYAL.
A ugusta, Feb 2, 1y 6
LL. those .ho h:ivu b -en waiting for OiS'
Paxtent lassulated Lightlsnng
Conductors, e.n now be furniish'd with them.
Readl what Professor .1. N. l.oostis, formerly Pro
fessor of Natur;al Scienee in Frankl.i College, near
Na-hville. Tenn., at present lrofessopr of Cliemistry
and Natural llistory in the Medical College it Ma
con, Ga., s.tys about the rod ruuning through glass
" llaving for the last eilit years givenconsid' ra
b:e att.ntion to the various depairtnients of electrical
sei-nee, and having exIOmied nany lightning con
duet..rs. North anl South, I lve no bes'itaney in
ilr..noinneinig Otis' Patent linul ited Lightming Con
do~r. as emb~odying more of the necessary scien
tiie pr:neiples and14 of tihe eonlitions of certin Pro
teerioti than :mv now it use in Ili s ciuntry. Tlhe
elega it ai-l perfect in.-tho I of insuatiooi, constitutes
its Chief excellence, white it combines iall the advan
ges 11f Quimibv's and other rods. When lie rol
pases throiugh the glass rines. which are supported
by metall:e ron bolts driven ito the wal s of the
h1#n e. as i dth e ioll tetihol, the glass ring is easily
broken-Ist. fr..ni be~ni iiiterposed between two
metal ie sur ace. 2.1, by the (..n.lensati..n of tle
iaio:mhe re b/'re :n ele: rienal -urrent i,3d. by the
vilent c'o!!apse of the air wlieli inineoliatily fo -
lo Vs. aind 4th, by tl.- hat of tile rlecitrical discharge,
hke ti pouring of h.t water into a tlasi tumbler.
rIhe insla.rs b.-ing thus brioktn. the elctrical fluid
is evei invited to the b til lin!. Many hlous--s with
thiIn un1erfect prot ction hrove licen destroytd by
litini. But a few ilays since I Saw a suall
house struck though protected w:tlh two such rok.
I re-d the inventor of this neto conductor as a
benetraetor of i:nkind. ini haviii turmnh-l tle
wirlI with so certain a protectiotn to lift. and proper
tv, aga:nst the most territic agent.
July 1, 1852. J. N. LOOMIS."
" I have carefully examitned Otis' Patent Insula
tid Condtuetor, nd have hai it at'ached to the
building -in which I reside. It is b.-t*er constructed
an imole securely i'tsulatei thanany fonr c light
niiig Ro.s I have seen. It is also neat antd oheap.
and if properly attaelel to a building, cannot fail to
ahforil security against loss of life mtd property by
elee:ricity. I thel chore reoiiend it as worthy oh
the confidence of the coiinuity.
it. T. 15RU. I Y,
Pr ,ftssor of Chemistry, &c
South Carolina College.
CoLUMIA. S. C., Feb. 1, 1S55.
We haive tundlrede of written testimonia's from
the motst scientitic men in each State. Also a num
her certifyine to this most important fact, that hu l
dI ng iuvitig the rounl rod rumiming throuih glass
rings. attache1 to them have been destroved with
thi.ir contents. from - the ell'ets of lightning This
Iisalated Coniduct.or was awardedl the premium at
th Wirld's Fair. (Iist seaimon iti New York )-Also,
Premnims fron every State in the Un on.
ir7 W,: live conpetnt workmen to pitt up our
coonductrs in this District. Other rods taken in ex
Thiose applyittg for Ahrentres, add res
DOUG Lf A MS& .IOIIN SON.
Ownters of the R ight for this State.
37 One oof the proprietors can be see at F. M1.
N'ichtoohi I lotel.
Feb 21 3t -6
For Ninety-Six Depot,
HAMBURG AN3D AUGUSTA !
r ill E IT. S. .\A.\ .. CO ACh h eaves Edgetteld C.
SI I.. ion Mionodays, Wedtnessinys anid F~ridatys.
fori Ninetv-Mix l)epoot. at 1ioclock, P. .
lecaves' EIketiehil G. 1I., Tuesdays, Thursdays
andI :aturdays, at 5 P'. MI., foor A ugusta.
ACC0.\M.\I0ATTON COAdil leaves Edgc
field C. II. Mloindays. Wedlnesdays and Friodays at
I P. M1., for Auguta,-conntecttig witht the Night
.SIail Trainis on all the Rail R. ads-atnd returingt
leaves Augusta next day, at 2 o'clock P. M1.
F. M1. NICilOLAS, Agent.
Feb 14 1im 5
Tax Collector's Notice!
I W I LL .attentd at the timest ando p'aeies hereinafter
specifi-d, to co!!eet the GENER.\L. POOR
and RO 'AD TAX, for the year commtienieing the
first October 18~>..
At Edgefield C. H., Mlonday, Mlarch 5th, andI
.con'inue every day during Court.
Wim. S. Smytley's, Mottnday March 19.
Satie evening, 4 o'clock, at Dr. 16-ady's.
Tige, Tttesday. 20thl .\atch.
Lv brands', W ed ntesoiny 21st Ml ireh.
Same evening, 5 o'cloik, att C. C. Piunket's.
Ilatcher's, Thursday, 22d1 M\arch.
Gratniteville, Friiday, 23d1 "
Beach Islantd, Saturday, 2 ith "
I lambturg, M,.otiiay, 2Gth "
Cherookee Ponds, T1u.sday. 27th "
.Sam,-o eenitig, 5 o'cloock. at Arehiy \loreani'.
WViehtmnni'o Schoool II. We d'dav, --8th March.
- Colier's, Thursday,~ 29th "'
Red Il11l, Frniday, 30th "
.D~untoonsville, Saiturday, 31st "i
Same evetn.g 4 o'clck. . C. Stroim's Store.
.Edgen.ld C. Ll., 1ondiy, 2.1 A pril.
Hoiwardl's, '1Tuesday 3d "
Rocky Pond. We dn.-.dayt, 4thl "
Maj."Middlletonoo, Thusday, 5th "
Park.s, Fridayt 6th "~
Freelaind's, aiturdayi ith "
Liberty H ill, M inlay, 9th "
Shitterfield, .Tuesday 1Otht "
Steven's Store. Wed nesdaty I I th "
W~o. N. M oore's, Thur.sday, 12th "i
Coopersville, Friday, 13th I"~
Nickerson's, Saturday, 1-ithl"
R. Mt. Seurrv's, Monday, 16th "
Richardsounville, Tuesda~y, 17th "i
Coleman's X Rtoads, Wednesday 18th "
Same evening, 4 o'clock at Cool. Clary'sStor:e.
Perry's X Roads. Thursdaiy, 19th A pril.
Sante evening, 4 o'clock at h lavird Stoore.
Ritnehart's, Friday, 20th "
Same evening, 4 o'clock at .1. Wise's.
Norrisville, Sat urday 21st "
Satme evening. 4 o'clock tat A. Whiittle's.
Mount WVilling, Monday. 23d "
Same evening, 4 o'clock at J. Mickleor's.
Allen's, Tuesday, 24th "
,J. S. Smyley's, Wednesday 25th "
.J. Dornt's Store, Thutrsday, 26th "i
Pleasant Line. Friday. 27th "
Edgefield C. H., Monday and Tuesdaty, the 7th
and Sth of Miay, after which tmy books wvill close for
the present yeatr.
7 Free persons of color are required to pay
their Tax in March.
it-- Births, D~eaths an'1 Marrinog.-s are to lie re
urned. 'J. QUATTLEBUXM, T. C. E. Do.
Feb 21 3m 0
95" BBLS. and Half Barrels No. 3, M ACK E
4 REL. Also,
A few Kits, quarter and half bbls No. 1, Macke
reL. 4 . SllBLET & SON.
Hamburg. Jan 2.1 tf 2
Improved Cotton Gins.
M~1R. W YNE will exhibit one ouf his Improved
IPR EM IUM GINS, on the Public Square, at
Edgefield C. hi., during Court week.
Feb 7 . . 2t 4
Good Peach Brandy !
JUIST received a large supply of PURE OLD
.S. E. BOWERS, AGENT.
Hr.a....., v2. l tf 45
BROWNING & LEMAN,
FRENCH, BRITISH & GERMAN
209& 211 KING, CORNER M.ATKET-ST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
K EEP constantly on hand, and offer to their
friends and the public generally, the largest
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
in the Soutlern Swttes. Their Stock is constantly
supplied with a full assortment of
Of all the newest varitlies of Stylt- and Fabric.
lin Silks. Tis.ues, Bareges. Grenadines.
Aluslins. B'ombarines, Al pacas, and Mourning
Goods of nll kinds,
Embreideries and Lace Goods. of every variety.
Evening I)ress Goods of every description.
Gentlemens and Boys' Wear.
Cloths. Cassimeres, Vestings, Linen Drills and
Coatings, of best French Goods.
Satinets, Tweeds, .leans, &c.
FOR FAMILY USE.
Rose. Whitney, and Bath BLANKETS,
Red and White Flannels,
English and Anerican Cotton Flannels,
French, English and American Prints and Canm
Linens, of 1 ichardson's celebrated make, for
Shcetings. Shirtiiigs. Pillow Cases, Table Daimasks,
DIoylies. Napkins. Towell gsR. E. and Ilueka
back Diapers, Fruit Cloths, GIss Cloths, Apron
CARPET IN GS.
Ingrain. three Ply. Bru'ls, Tapestry and Velvet,
British and A merivan Fi or Oil Cloths,
Wiltoi Velvet andi A xniinster Rugs.
White and COlored mt:ncs, of all widths,
Stair Rodsand Stair Carpetins. of all kinds.
Of every vari, ty in SILK. S.\TIN and \% ORSTED
Curtain Canibries and N-usliis.
Embrmidered Lace and Sluslin Curtains,
Gilt Cornices, Curtaini Gitps. Holders, Loops,
Tassels. l)rapery Cords, Bell Hopes. &c.
Bhinkets. Plains. Kersys. Caps, &c.
Cotton Osniaburgs, of all the best Southern makes
"-r A Il the abve, with every ther line of 1) RY
GOODS which cal I. demandid. are of OUR
SOVN DIRECT IMPORTATION, andl are
offerted at the Lowest Market, Prices for Cash, or
0- The ON E PRICE SYSTEM is strictly ad
hired to. All Gonlds ace warranted. and all orders
tiled with promptness and tihi -os: caeril atten
tion. BROWNING & LEMAN.
Charleston, -lan. 23, ly 3
Saddle & Harness Mfanufactory
Tril E Uidersigited takes pleua-ir ii inoutinc:tg
I to the citizeins of Erdig Ii I. V.UkLe. nil sur
rounding coutiry, that lie has see.ire the Romii
recentiv known as the lPost Uelie. tor the purpose
f carry'ngon the SAl)lI.E .ND HI.\RNE$S
BULI. t N IESS in all its various branches, andi holies.
by giving strict attentili to all work ent usted to his
etre, to receive a liberal share of patronage.
Saddles, Bridles, Trapping & Harness,
UF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Will be made to order, in the litest and mo-t im
proved styles, and out of the best material th.at cali
REPA IRING neatly and promptly executed.
CO- As my Terins are CASH, of course my
hares will be far more reasonable than customary
in this viciniity. Give ien a trial.imd sat sfy vomt
selves. REUBEN G. GOLDING.
Feb i_ ' tf 4
STATE OF soVI;THCX GAlNLINA,
BDG FIEID) DISTRIC''.
Gare W. lurst and .\manda, his
BViteof ati Order frm 1I. TI. Wrighit, Esq.
Orditnary of E~lgelieldl I istrict. I shall pro-~
eeed to sil otn the first .ilonday in .\arch next. at
Edgefild C. 11., One Tract of Land conttiiing
Twentseve acres, more or less, thec real estate iof
A o'.Faulkner, dee'd., situateid onhorse Peni
Creek. adjiniing Latids of .Johnz Durst, - Part
low and othiers.
TERMs --A crecit until the first day of October
next, except costs whieb mnu-t be paidl in Cash.
'urhiaser civinig bond with ample secur~ty. anid a
mirgage of the premises to the Ordinary to secture
the putrehase li~onev.
LEWIS JIONES, S. E. D.
Feb 12 3t 5
jY Virtue of Stindry writs~ of Fi. Fa., to mie idi
Jreeted, I shatll proceed to sell oin thte first
Mlona; in Mlirchi next, at Edlgefield C. 11., the
flwiig property. in the fiolluwing eas, s, vix.
Alfred .\lav vs. Jhln Younitgb~iiii, One T ract ot
Land containiin2 ine hundreid and sixty. (It60) acres,
mreior less. adjiiining lands of damies Dorn, A bner
hleani ani others.
Geoirge A. Addison and others Executors, vs.
John A ntry ; The Same vs. I:'lizabeth Smith and
John A utry ;The Samte vs The Sante. Oneo Tract
of Landl containuing Onue hiunidred (100) acres, moire
or less. adjoininig lands of BurtrelI T. Boatwright
atd o thers.
.laihn S. Smvlev vs. S. Tiimmerman and Peter
im nermllmi Onie Tract iif Land containtinlg Sixty
sx (thi~) acres. mtore or less. adlj ininig lanids of lttr.
.'ln Latke. .laieob Tiimmiermiani and iithiers.
son vs..:The do ne;. Johni Cothran vs The Sumte,
One Bav llir.
MIatthew Gra and W.i W. m iger vs. Benjamtin
Beard, One Niegri lioy ina Uritiint.
Cress & iltima v, Jo.:u .\. Hloustin: Other
Plaititffs vs. The 'ae to e cIotuse andI Lot in te
Town iif Ilamburg. neatr the end of the Bridge,
ieccupi.d by the I teenidatt known as the " Woods
i lue,"' in' xcel'entt retpair, biund, dl West by S.
C. Rail Rload South by Le't belon~ging to City
Council o'f A~ u uti, North by Lot belonging to S
C. Rail Roadl.I
.lhn .loeis *s John Quaittlebmum and William .1.
Faukner, Ex'ors: .hiimes Smtyley, As-igntee, vs.
The Sanme: Other l'laintt< vs The Satni, One
Tract of Laind ciintaining Two hundred and eighty
(20) acres. mire or less. adjointint Lanids of I ir.
.Iohna Landrumi .Iamnes F'. Lowry and others, the
roperty of .ledtn Faiulkner, dee'd.
.tirdan P. Pool vs .Jaickson I lolmes and Jlames
Murell, Otto Tract of Lanid containing F.ourteen
huren (1400() acres. more iir less. adjitnitng hlands
f B. TI. Boatwright, tDerick I lolsonhaitke and others,
the property of the .Defendatnt .icksitn I ilhnes.
Terms Cash. LEWIS dIONES,s. E. D.
Feb 10 3t 5
Valuable Landffor Sale.
'lE'Sbcriber of lers for sale ON E HIUN
lDR EDDand SEV ENT Y-FIV E acres of Land.
It is a:1 in woods, and the best iti ureid of ainy
L:tds in this section of cotuntry. Sai.l Tract ad
jeis lands of Col. WV. L. Colemaitn. h lai'el Posey.
Malihti Cogburn, the Estate ot Leiwis I terr.ek. anid
the tract on whiichl the Subscriber r. sles. If tnt
previously sold at private sale, it. will be iiisp -sedl iof
on the first Mlonday in October niext, ,on a credit
until the first Jltnuary next.
I will also sell, it the purchaser of the abtoe de
sires to buy, the highly valuable phmitation ont which
I live, containing FOUR lIUND)REDJ ACRES.
It is deemed uninecessary to say anty thing more of
these truly excellent Tracts of Lantd.
If treated for privately, a good bargain can be
Gif For fufther information call on the Subscri
ber on the premnises.
Feb 14 8m 5
STX'I'l OF soUTH iCA i()LI N A,
M. S. Manrtin, Ex'ors of
Robert Martin, dec'd.
vs. i. Bill for Accounts,4-c
Johin Matrsh, I
N. IUankerson and others J
I N Pursuance of the Order of Chan. WAanuAw
in this cause, ailt anid singular, the Creditors of
the Defendant Jlohn Marsh, claiming uinder the
assinmnt executed by .the said Jo'hn Matrshi, when
admitted to thc benefit of the insolvent Debtors Ac
count, arc hereby requited to be and aippear in
my Omlee on thei nineteenth day of May next, to
make proof of their respective d~peinl!s. In de
fault qf which thiey will be exclgded from all benefit
of the Decree to be pronounced in this eause.
A. SJMKINS, c. E. E. D.
To the ublic,
T SHALL open to my friends and
the! public, on the first .loday in ill
January, the Hotel known as the
NEWBERRY HIOTEL, which has
just been thoroughly renovated :nd repaired goni
and faitAhful servants shall always be in attendance
aind the guests of the I louse shall not want for an:
thing th:it the market will aaflord. The subseribel
trumis by strict attention to business, to tmerit a shar<
of the public patronage.
.1 0Il W. FOWLEfI, Proprietor.
Newberry C. II., Dec 27. 3m 51
AlMost VaIua bl e Residence
,lIS well.known s~ttntiin t
Illuste, on the Phak Itoad Ieadinj
to Augusta, is now oflerred for sale.
It is almost needless to say anything of its desira
ble properties. Every one is aware that nip n..r
healthful, m1ore beautiful or itort valuable place, u
the sane size, is to be fotund in South Carolina.
There are two hundred acresattached to the resi
dence, all of it 1ying level as a floor and capable o
being carried to a very il state of productivenest
Indulzence given to suit the purchaser, provided
the purchase money be amply sectrtd.
:V' For further particulars enquire of the Sub
scriber on'the premises.
J. Rl. WEVE,:,R.
Jan 17 ti I
T N H E A LE )EP.\ t T.\l NT of these A cade
Sme i; under the supervisionl of Mr. J. ,
L->1LY, A sisted by Mr. B ASS.
'Thli Female Depirtinent will he supervised b3
Mr. A. P. BUT[AR, assisted by competent Mu
sical and other ln4tructoresF.
i Rates of Tuition.
First Cass, Primary I:epartnment, per Scss'on $9,0(
2nd " ordin:iry English branches,......12,0(
3nii higher En-lish tranches........15,0(
.11i Greek anl I tman Iitetrature with
Music................ .........-- - -
Pupils :te elarged from the tittme of entering un
til the end of the Session. Tuition in advanee.
The year is divided into two Session of fiv<
n7' Good lonim1 can be li.l int tile itglbolt-ool
It tromt S8 to S10 dol'ars per nontIt.
Clair'n Board of Trustees.
Feb 14 if 5
South Carolina Institute,
THE FIWTH rAiR o THE SOUTE.
CAROLINA INSTITUTE. for the promotion t
AlRT, MECHANICA L INGENUITY AND INDUS
TRY. "ill he hel-t at the New Hall. recently erecte<
tn Meeting.street, in tie city of Charleston, com
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11,
Rnd continiing open for exhibition until lthe twenty
fifth of April.
The Directors of the Institute. take gr.at pleantr
in staling to the public that, by tht. liberality of th,
Sttte and cit y, they h, et.ie enabled to erect a larg.:
cmmiodionsw atnd el.-eani bunild in,.e'apable of'ho~tlding~
in its innin Ilall, 3500 peorstos, aid alsit. in rinectiot
with it. a very well ;adapiel and siarions MAC IN!:
[OO31. whicl will etnaible them to ftrnish suffiirien
power fir anly kind of Machinery that may be offered
Snitable premiutms will he aiven to the best speci
nens in Art, Mechani-in antd other branches of In
11u-4try : also 'if Cotton, lIZtee,$wngar,Tlobacco, Whetat
live, O:te. Potatoes ani other auricultural prodnets.
'Tie Ladies. to whonm the Institute ims h.-en si muel
indebted. are respect fully inlirmd t hat sitable pre
miums will be provided by the Ctmmittee and award
ed to the best speeimens inevery department of Ladiei
The. ftllowinlg is a list tf tte ariieles for the bes
ecim.ns tif which prenittlni. are tfTrered, thotugh ar
licies of tall other ktmtd- nill be received antd premitm
awnrirded for the sane:
Architectural Drawing. Cooper's work.
Paintting inl Oil. I Paper.
Paintiig in Water Colors. Soile Leather.
3Mittiature Paintitni. Iarnes. Leather.
Pen Drawiti. Calf Skin, drersed fur
Pencil Drawing. itils.
Crayon Drawing. (Carriaige Hlarneiss.
Sculpure. Iatggy or Sulkt' Harness.
Penmanship. Giart or Dray Hlarness.
Bes~t modle of constritcltin Riding Sadle.
Wharveit. Be aver or Silk Hat.
liest preparation for pack- Clothl Cap.
ing~ Ctttn. ~ Miitary or Fireman's Cap
Ilest Rice Threshing Ma-,ioits.
ie~t Rit.rigerator. I I.ilies' Gaitera'.
Best Pltogh. I badies' Sliitppera..
lest Chnurn. I Umbrella or P'arasc'l.
[lest Washting Mlachline. IHair Dresser's work.
lapetrs wtork hSv htandl. tulcli work.
artpenter's work ~by M'ta- .Modtellintg in Plaster.
chinery. Tiln work.
arving in wood. Plumbing.
SIitdel of a sthip. B:isket or wicker work.
Iltat ulilder's wttrk. Willtowi ware.
Siip Joinetr's wotrk. lvil i iol iko
Ptnmpt and utlc m~,e naking .lti.
4idwrighti. 's i rk. tttl~tr~
[-mur wheel Carrm ge. Lirtdr i odo
lIng gy. tvr
or Suilkey. imritrvnSlko
Pititta in Br'' [rot arDyrin in noli, esil.
:asiie i Ionor ri V.Ebroid er oom.
Irtis or tppr Embr l iittder Stcing Sik o
'ar lt o 's ra. Wlorse.
-rii.n )in'Brs vron 011 nr Wiica iwer.
Walood.krs~atk Ortlfnmtellrv Wrk
Bleksit~'s work. Reaing, Land S mt.
rasti ttin wrnorkBs. jittevnr owrLom
rin RitlingFect Gt. C1ot tn Yare n.
nra it or i Stpperwo. r tnite als.okns os
ttrektmith'lwrk Grtlve is.
[lick Hand Watc 3a i oach TireLtta fattrt
ansmilei th'stwork GimpTlli. Srim adorna
n iamr.ntalSg 3 tiake' gwr. mentaleavng
ahin er' ork. |Ctfectiter.
ewele' awork.i n LeIe~inred otugr
Milv termih' work j tier. ft itru t
ir Plakingw. 'las.a ta out
lur ie tmins 'lE 1E.IE 3anarinrl ettro.
For thed hitntielo l mronehd NIlEN. N
htphy t. IreBrc.
OIchl Dienir. |Preil~iikssiedricktothse.i~v
gheckand tchse ri Maig.TretineMoanufacmpred
mciiutl rtetryuti Meal.
Dr RImenta ho t PainingTalow Sper ori Wtax
Foramena SignIes pininsui CandL. ail r
pane Wrtk.rgo tte Iron, tepr.'c ~ S
Rtlaed ae and nd Ledger. reitoEge To
ofaney inindG. llMdl
Pichr orFift Dolar.
For he argst uanityuerU SILr Witeroseno
of inettlnttiot. otless thant ten pountds.
SierPilts i F~ Cheeser.
For the best STEALMIENGIE a G ld Meup al
For tie best mAdel ofaCmpoed IRELIN aNGiE
For thech.-st imArove TAISLYANDON~ iv
or tme e pnnfcRip, sErior oroen' rtiht
men Sileren aC GbiMea.
For h net ioin of SUNbeM FLWE EOPL
For the hi eat specimens Rof STEEDL, made fror
Spr tnbt C rAher 1ron, tepot a SilerCl n
or the kind. CaSIGold W Me al. lerCr
Fr the tbest tspeienofAmericant CSCULPTUEI,:t
For the brest gAn.atilof COCOSp. sd no
oplataetn BO Ies ha te ushlp.ile
For the barest quatt oN P S SILKR thAeSpodc
urnieSilver Pilher it ol.
For tebe SaTrAyLLON aonl ilvero Cupri.et, c
F or the aes fthA ler TACKtE SmTLtCrLINa SIn
Frepc tiyrett the bentlMARSH TACKEYrGELDIN of ..tiv
to te Jbdes parof MttAb. frS pTiAKEiunodauh
Fo3tees speIenWOODU FLOW V Rc PrsiEDtO.
O S E Ps h Wn ALKE. d ive npriett
tha on a'. ESilver REC ecyanp.es
For the bes RCALS Jr 7. L. A. SilverSCr..
2For th. hatre-arte b8.o C.31ASMIIEKI,
3.iC.r. Cup. 9 r RNES~oa
F .o F the hestEAR. 10.ilve Ct.
5.uC.in rizetaSlve Pie.E..o s
A6. artce nered f 1or prmim muth- euno
orbfrJan2 ray reet af A rlnet ic
TluE Sab1seribvr bv.gs leave to inform the public
itht the above pleasant WATERING PLACE
will be re-opened for the receplton of company on
the 1st of April next, under the ianag- tement of ir.
J1. C..ANNEY, late ,f jan'ey's Ilotel," Co
unbia, S. C. The buildings are now in thorougi
repair, :mld before April next they will also be hand
The advantages of GLENN SPRINGS, as a
Wat-rin.z Place, and the reputation of Mr. Janney,
as a Ilotel keeper, are such as to require no further
notice. T. S. ARTHUR, Proprietor.
Feb 7 m 4
* Edgefield Male Acadefny.
T II E Trustees (if this Institution take pleasure
in alnnltnein tlhait they ha ve made ample ar
raiinveets for its con-iule durig th-- lre elt year.
Lr WILLI.AM lcCASLIN1 and Mr. ER ASMLU8
TOUNGil OOD, two young gentlemen of fine
Chs-sical education, have the School now in charge.
Boith Trustees and Teachers flatter themselves with
Ithe h.lief thiat their School will not have its superi
hr in the State. Either Teacher is qualified to
instruct thoroughly in every branch required for en
trance into our Colleges, North or. South. As it is
not probable, from the delay we have unavoidably
encountered in opening the Academy, that we siall
have at any time during the year an inconveniently
large number of Students, those who do come will
enljoy the great privilege of constant and careful su
pervision. Parents will at once see this advantage
ill its proper light.
We respectfully ask of our friends,and the friends
of the School, that they will come forward and en
ter their bo'vs immediately. The full Scholastic
y.ar will be taught.
For the Classical Department, per annum,...Q36,00
" Iliigher Eng. " " .. 32, 0
" Ordinary " " " .. 28,00
Capitol board to be had in pleasant families.
JOHN LIPSCOIB, )
R. T. fillaS.
A RTHUR SIMKINS, y
GEO. A. A DDISON, I
LEWIS -JONES. J P
Jan 24 tf 2
Edgefield Collegiate Institute,
FOR YOUNG LADIES!
42 PUrILs JS ATTENDANCF. LAST SEStoN.
rpIl E next Session will commence on Monday
.lanuury 8th. 1855.
Tivltiomi per Sessiosa, 14 weeks.
.'rimary Department................7 00
Academical . .................12 o0 '
Collegiate . . ................1; 00
IIusiC-Guitar or Piano...........18 00
Drawing and French,eac!I............1) 00
Pupils using the Apparatus are vlharged each per
Pupils using the Piano for praicee are charged
for Keeping them in tune per Session $1,00.
All Pupils are charged fifty cents each for con
The Musical Department is furnished with FIVE
PIANOS, which are kept in excellent order, and
used constantly by the Pupils.
Vocal Music is taught daily without extra charge.
The! Teachers will continue in their several De
partments the same as hast Session.
CIIAS. A. RAYMOND, PSiNcirAL.
D.c 27 - tf 50
Aiken Sub-Collegiate Institute.
Dr.. WM. PIERCE, DErATM.NT, ANCIENT LA,.N
r.v. 0. I. TRIMMIER, " ENGLin LITE
MoNs .. IIOLET, " MA-TE.ATIs
AND CONTINENTAL ToNGUEs.
01 BOYS iay be accommodated with Board,
100 LodginLr, Washing, Lightq, Stationary and
Truitionl, at $100 per Session of five months, invari
ably in advance.
A iken, S. C., Jan. 17 ly I
Oak Grove Academy,
T ie Trustees of this Aeademy take much pleasure
.i inin... the community and its former pat.
runs5 that it will be opened on'the 2nd Mtanday in
Janary ins~t. under the charge of Miss C. E.
W 1EKS in the Academical De',artmnent, and Miss
F.M3. D. 11EN D)RICK iln the hI usical Deparltment.
Miss II EN UR:CK has had charge of this Academyv
for the pa~st year, anid has1 given general satisfaction,
and1 .Alis W~El.:zs ha~s hadl the conduc aolf a school
in this vicinity during the year 1854. and we are
ass:ured bly tillse who patroniized her schlol, that
.dle is well gnllihied to teacht. To those whlo have
lh-arl Mliss II ENDaIICK performt on the Piano it is
unnlecssalry to say anyvthing in commnendation of
hecr qua~lilication's itt this I epartmnenit.
We teel well assured that our school merits the
pat ronage of the community.
TIhis schooill is situted~l iln EdgefielId lI istriet, with
in two lmites fi E\irksey's Crlo's Roauds P. O., in a
hiebl an11. healhy setionl Elf the l'ist rict.
Good bllard ini the n..itehbrlhool at $7 tol $8 pe
mo(nthl. Rates of Initioni are reasonlable.
The year i< fiv-ided into two Sessions of 22 weeks
-eh. ~All the branches usually taugh~lt ill female
French aol Spanish L anguages ;1 trawing~ andpit
ing, and twi 2r.lyOn drawing atid music, instrunmen
ta and vocal. E EOE
E. AND)R EWS,I
S. ST EPH lNS,' Trustees.
Ja .11 2m* 51__
Plataton for Sale,
518 Subscrib~l'et iotl~ri, for saie the P'lantation onl
wh. ichel he now~ -eIdes, conltainintg
Fifteen Hundred Acres, I
situated ott theu tolumllbia antd Edg-ieid Road, in
te R'idg.e settlemenlt, adjinitng thec lAnds oif Mrs.
T. Wttsoni, .\laj. Ti. Watsonl, U. Ward, .J. MleCarter
It is itt excellent coniditionl,anld has on it an EL E
GANT TWO STORYi DWElLLING HOUSE,
cnltatiig tell hooms (tour of whlich ate twety
feet sqjuare-dinitng room sixteent by twventy-four,)
and has ten Closets.
Thlere is also oln the place an excellent Gini Tiouse,
11 by 415, besides a larg!e Linlt Room1 ott the side,
and11 doubtle machelinery for ginnling and thrashing.
ITere is also attachedl to the Gill a Iirst rate Screw.
Onl thte said Tract is a splendid1 strong N EW
CORN il lb. about a mile froml thec Dwellint.
A good FishI Ponid, oh the purest spritng water, in
whicIhlne trout abounld, is also cit this very valua
bout ivethndre acres arc unider fence, and
near onle tho-usabnd itn wolds of line timiber. 'The
best oif sprlin.. water runls thro~ught everylfield. I
cosayotuildin~gs aeconvemnttly arrageduo
(T it will hie sold -on good terms if applied for
inltediaeldy. Possession givenl this Sprintg, or niext
New Year's day, as best suits the parties.
Feb 7 tf 4
Valuable Pine Lands for Sale.
T"lE Subscriber will offer for sale at pubie outt
1. cry, on thle first alonday itt M\ardi. alt Edge
field C.~I1., A VA LUA BLE TRACT OF PINE
LA NDI, bounded hy Lands of B. I latchler, Alfred
I Iughes, .\lrs. A. Griflal anld others.
Thie TIract is till in wvoods and hteavily tmbered,
cntiningtI tnbout Four hunldred acres, and htavintg a
Mill Sent ne-ar its centre.
Said Lanlis will be sold on a credit of onte and
twoE years. with interest from date. Note and two
good securities will be required t.. secure the par
ebase moe.R. M. FULLE~R.
Feb 14 3 ______5_
W a n ted,
AGOOD BfACKSMIlTI[, by the month or
- ear, for whlom liberal w-ages will be given.
A pply to the Subscriber, at E'dgefield C. IT.
S. F. GOODE.
Jan 3l if .3
PUBLIC SA LE Ol
Eight or Ten Negro Men,
TO CLOSE A CONCE RN.
IXTILL. be s-ill to thle highest bidder- on Sale day
VTin Mlarch at thle Coutrt lfouse. EIGilT OR
ITEN VALUIAIBLE NEGRO NIEN-lmonigst
tenm are Entginleers, Sawyers, Axenmen, Drivers
and Field hlands.
[FT as.-Credit until Ist.Januar~y 1856, with
note and approived securIty, bearing interest. TI
tles warranltedl. lBL ACKWOOD & TAYLOR.
H amtburg, Feb 12 3t 5
IS [ intenld to close my Tan Yard, I will not
I.receive any more HIides after this date.
Medicines and Chemicals!
T IE Undcrsigned beas leave to announce to the
citizens of Edgefield D:strict, that he has just
1pened in the Town of Hamburg, a WELL SE.
LECTED Stock of CHOICE
MEDICINES AN D CHEMICALS,
ro which lie respectfully solicits their attention.
Amongst his large assortment will be found
Toilet Articles and Perfumery,
Drugs and Chemicals,
PAINTS, OILS AND DYE STUFFS,
GLASS, PUTTY, VARNISHES, &c.
In compounding \ledicines and supplying planta
ions, the strictest attentio'n will be given to the re
rluirements of his patrons.
Being a graduate of the London College of Phar
'haev. and h-vina had an experience of eighteen
ears, in the business, lie feels confilent of being
ble to give satisiiction to all who may favor him
wviti their patronece.
AIFRED S. R.\VENSCROFT.
TIlamburg, Dec 4 3 47
TUTT & PELLETIER'S
Hamburg, S. C.
W E Respeetfully solicit the attention of Plan
ters, Merchants. Physicinns, and the public
generally, to our VERY HANDSOME AND
;ELECT STOCK of
Pure Medicines and Chemicals,
All of which are entirely NEW and GENUINE.
-AIONG OUR ASSORTMENT WILL BE FOUND
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Dye Stuffs,
Perfmnery, Essential Oils.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, SPICES,
BRUSHIES AND SOAPS OF EVERY VARIETY,
Old Port Wine for MIedicinal Purposes,
And the most popular
Of the day, all of which we offer at Whosesale or
letail, upon the most reasonable terms ever hereto
rore offered in this market.
11. 11. TUTT, M. D.
A. J. PELLETIER,
Next door to B. S. Dunbar's Corner.
ITaiiiurr, Dee IS 3mn 49
. JOSEPR WHILDEN,
Paints, Oils and Glass,
Charleston, S. C.
1E Keeps constantly for sale, a general assort
iient of Paints and Oils of all kinds, Varnishes,
Window Glass and Sashes, Spts. Turpentine. Spirit
Gas. Cotton Foot-Gin Fixtures, Glue and Brushes
f various kinds.
Charleston, Sept 4 1 y .14
T IE Blackemith is still at his post near the foot
of the hill, ready to do EVERY JOB coin
mitted to his hands in the best stylepf the day. H e
hopes to receive a liberal share of pu*blic custom, as
hle is prepared with the BF.ST 01 M AT1EI A LS
rrom that I-st of Hardware Stores, " llobinson &
Jackson's." Remember Old llamip'
"le makes his sled ge-hammer
For to rise and to fail
And he strikes this,
And lie strikes that,
And then he strikes all "
TiE Subscriber begs leave to aulel. to what has
been so well said above. that he is sole proprietor of
I .11'PTON'S SI lOP, and will endleavor to have
evervihing done up brown, or not at all.
.f- PLOW WORKl thankfully reeeived and
promptly done at all times.
Jan 24, 17 2
Buggies, Carriages, &c,
r TII Subscriber now otl ers for --ale at greatly re
Iduced prices, a lairge numiber of fine and well
BUGGIES, R00XAWAYS, CARRIAGES, &c.
The Goods belong teo the Estate or the late lVrede-rick
Darrow, and are oft-red at a G;RE AT liA RGA IN.
Prsns in want of such articles will do wvell to
ell and examine. S. T. A GN EW,
Adim'or of F. Darrow.
Newberry C. TT., Jan 15, 6it I
TIE Snbseriber has fur sale the PURE DE
VON CATrTLE, from his own impartation.
from Exeter. England.
For further umiiermiatio~n, a specimen of the Stock
ean be .-eenl and hal of J1. 1;. Sulliv.mn, Esq., or Dr.
E. .J. Minms, Eelectie'd C. IL., S. C.
A t Orang-burg C. 1I., refer to Dr. W. S. Rowe,
r Cas, !!u.l & Co. C. N. CAS E.
I larwini, .. t'cm ,.Jan 10. 1 S55. 9t I
State of South Carolina,
Elizabeth Berry, 1
H lillen Bertry, Bil111 for Part ition.
I annahIi Ilery, and
Jont G. lierry, et al. J
BY Virtue of aug Order fromn the Court of Eequity
Bin this case, I will prce to sell at Eeldete1
U'. II., n the lirst Mondieay in .\li next, iill the
land froerly b~eloging to the Iate . osejph Herry.
in which thle lateI lan nab lierry bel a life, estate.
The saide Landls conisists of abeut TIIREE
!IUND RE D AC R ES, mobre or less, situnate on
Hig Salula River, in the District and State afore
maid, and bounede by lainds of Williaim Boukmg~ht,
S. 0. Coppiek, Bennuet Perry aund othcrs.
TEus-Said Lanes will be sold on a cre-dit of
:me atnd two y-ears, with interest from date, in two
:-qual instalmenrts, except for so mnetuh as may be
accessay to pay costs of suit, wvhich nuet be paid
in cash. Purchasers will be regnired to give bond
withi two good sureties.
A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. D.
Jan 31 5t3
A LL Persons having demoands against the Estate
of Win. II. A dams, dee'd., are hereby nontilied
:o present the same. peroplerly attested, for payment,
tud thse who arc inidebted to the Estate, are re
:umested to make payment to
E. PENN. Adnm'or.
Jan 24 tf '
A LL Personus indebted to the Estate of W. P.
.1aynard, ude'd., are reqtuested to make pay
nnent forthwith to the Subscriber ;and thoso having
:lemands against the Estate are requested to hatnd
themi in, properly attested.
J. W. M1AYNARD, Ad'or.
Feb7 3m 4
T ALL WHO ARE IN ARREARS
Edgefield S& Oheatham Plank Road !
'f il1E Road is finished, andi debts due by thme
Copany for Lumber, hire of hinds, &e., must
be paid. TIhoesc indebted therefoere, must come fir
w.urd, without anty further delay, anud pay ul) theire
Stok. The er...ditors of the Conmpany cannot be
put off any loniger. .FGOIEPrst
Jan 31 tf
Fine Young Jack lMolto!
WTI L L stand the present Spring Seaseen, at the
S ubscriber's residence only, anduc Aill be let
I to Mares at $10i.00 to insure a M\are to he in Foal.
No responsibility to rest upon thme $utbscriber for
tny accident that may htappen, but every care will
be takenm t, avoid such. Any person puting a
Mre. and changing the righit before the fact is
known, will be held resp ensible for the insurance
money. Twenity-five cents to be paid to the groonm,
innadva nc, in everyv insance.
PEDIGREE -bselit is five years o'd. and of thme
.ultese Sock. l1e is thirteen hands high. and
heavy made. Tie is as wvell foiormd as any .Jack in
the e State.. DA NIEL 110LLAND.
Feb 11 6t. 5
A LL Persons are cautioned against trading for a
LiNote given by me, to Mrs. Sarah IRober.tton,
or bearer, for one hundred and ten dellars, for the
hire of her negro man Silas. dated aboeut the last of
De-cember 1853. and p)ayable the 25th Decenmber
1854, for I am determined not to pay it unles I am
compelled by law, as the negro wa siek the princi
pal part of the year. W- L. PARKS.
Feb,. n,,f 6
"CHEAPER THAN THE VERY CHEAPEST."
P EG to inform the public, that their Fall pur
chases this season have b. en UNUSUALLY
LARGE, having been in the Northern markets
over three months this Summer, where so many
large auction sales took place, offering decided ad
vantage to close purchasers. We can confidently
say that our Stock is MUCH CHEAPER than the
like quality or Goods could be obtained a few weeks
later, when the great body of Merchants went to
Our desire, owing to the very short season that
we will now necessarily have, is to dispose of this
lairge Stock. independent of profits, and we may
venture to say that we can offer as strong induce
m1ent9s any of our neigihbors, if not stronger.
In our I)RESS GOODS ROOM will be found
the richest varieties or the Season, such as
Elegant Mloriantigue SILKS i
Rich Satin, Striped do
Elegant Black Plaid do
Small Striped Plaids and figured;
Rich Brocade Plain, Striped and Plaid, 50 cents
per yard, worth 75 cents ;
Plain Black Silks. all widths, very cheap;
Black Plaid Watered and Brocade, new styles;
White Silks and Satins;
Figured, all Wool. French Muslin DeLaines, 12J
cents, worth 50 cents;
French lerinos, very cheap;
Lupins' best Bombazine, exceedingly low;
Back Jamiese, a newiand very desirable all-Wool
Goods for mourning;
Black Alpaccs all qualities, some very fine and
ilantillas, Cloaks and Talmas of the very latest
French styles, exceedingly cheap;
Crape, I ashmere and Woollen Shawls;
Embroideries of all kinds, of the most elegant
Ribbons for the Million, fine bonnet and neck, 64
cents a vard, worth 20 cents ;
Calicoes tind Gingltams, best styles, very cheap,
Domestic Goods of all kinds;
Blankets and Kerseys unusually low, and a great
variety of other articles to which we would respect
fully invite the attention of the public.
Augusta. Nov 14 tf 44
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
--- - -
A. RANSOM, Ao-rV for R. M. FUL
isl LlER, lamburg. - . C., has now on hand a
Superb Stock of Dry Goods,
Which he is SELLING FOR CASH at prices that
cannot fail to please. and would resp<etvully invite
the attention of his customers and all in want of
Goods to an examination of his Stock, among which
will be found
Rich Brocade SILKS,
'Fittred, Plain, Black, Gro de Rhine SILKS,
Col'd Marceline and Sarconett do
All wool DeLaines, of beautiful styles,
Common and Medium do., from 12J to 50 ets.
Solid Colored Persian DeLaines, various shades,
Ilighland Plaids and Figured Velvets,
Sariue Flannels, plain and figured,
Scotch and A nerican Ginighams, from 12 to 25c
English and American Prints, all qualities,
do do Furtatine, do
Ladies Colored Black Cloth Cloaks and Talmas
of the latest styles,
Black and Colored Shawls, various qualities,
Gauze and Welsh Flannels, warranted not to
Bleaclied aid Brown #n various qualities,
Richardsoi's undressed Irish Linens,
Bleached and Brown Table Damask do. from
- 50 to $1,25,
Bird's Eye and Scoteh Diapers, all qualities,
Hluckaback Towels and Towelings,
Furniture Dimity and Fringes,
Drab Morino, for Skirts- Marsales do
Ladies' Missses and Children's losiery & Gloves
do Lin n Cambric flandkerchiefs,
do Worsted Sleeves,
10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Whitney Blankets,
Extra heavy led, Crib and Cradle do.
Large Lot of Negro Blankets, very cheap,
Cassimeres, Suttinets, Tweeds and Kentucky
Jeans, all qualities.
10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Brd and Brown Sheetings,
3-4, 7-8, 4-4 and .5-4 Shirting, Graniterillc and
Ostnahurg Stripes and Yarns at Factory prices.
Real G'i'raia Plains, best quality.
Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes, good as
sortent, with a great quantity of other Goods
sutitale for the season.
gg Orders solicited and faithfully executed.
10armburg, Nov 28 if 46
J. SIBLEY & SON,
GROCERS AND COTTON
H AMBU RG, S. C.
R ESPECTFULLY feg leave to inform
Sthteir old cuist.,mers anel the Planters generally
tht they are %till to bte rum' at t heir O'd Stanid.
ad are paving the 1110G illT lAK RImT PillICE
fr Cotton aiid oither P'ru'duce: and have in Store,
and arc daily receiving a MOST COMPLET E assort
G ROC E RI ES,
-A3oNG wnien MlAY DEi FotUND
20.000 Yds. (;unny atnd Dundee BAGGING,
200 Coils ilemp and Russian ROPE,
2t00 T!;as COFFEE. Rio, anid .la'a,
200 Ubis. Superior and Refimed SUGARS,
2.5Tlhds. Minscovado and N. 0. do.
100 Uis. MO L ASSE S,
3,000 Sacks S ALT.
25 BEDSTEA DS. some of them Fancy,
25 Boxes superior CHE ESE,
A splendid nos"rtmient of BLANKETS and
A n atssortment of Saddles and Brid!les. Chairs,
Pepper, Spice, Linseed, Lanmp aind Tan
ners Oil, Osnaburgs, Stripes,
hirting and Yarns, and in fact everything usually
round in a Grocery Store.
W TE take this means to inform our Customers
Tand the Planters generally, that we are not
snnected with any other house, and otnly have one
tore, which is the Brick Corner. formerly occu
pied by .Josiah Sibley. J. SIBLEY & SON.
Hamburg, Nov 28 tf 46_
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,'
Joel P. Ridgell & ilellen 'j
Pauline his wife, BL u atto
vs Bl o atto
Jacob William Pope,( and Relef
Francis Marion and|
Josephine M. Pope.)
B Y Virtue of an Order of the Court of Equity,
in this case, granted by his honor F. H. Ward
law, at June ternm, A. D. 1854, all the creditors of
the minors.,11ellen Pauline Ridgell, (formerly Pope)
Jacob William Pope, Franceis Ml. Pope and Jose
phine M. Pope, are ordered to appear before me, on
Dr by the first Monday in Maty next, to prove and
estabsh their deitands, or else they will be debarred
il claims against the assets of the estate of the said
Minors. A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Jan 10, 185 SS.15t }
State of' South Carolina,
IN ORDINAR Y.
Lovet B. Tulley and wife Nancy,.
Landon Tucker and others.
BVirtue of an Order of the Court in this
cause, I sh~all expose to sale at public outcry,
an the first Moitday in March next, the following
real estate of Atticus Tucker, dee'd., vi:
Oe half of the Land known as the "Swift
Tract," a'ter seventy one and a h~alf neres have been
cut ot atnd assigned to Landon Tucker.
The " Robertson Tract," except one hundred
acres to, be cut ofi and assigned to Savanah Uilt,
Witiietht Hit and Tucker 1-tilt.
Also, the one fouiteenth part of all the Lands of
the -lenning's & Co's Minitng Company.
rT4is --A credit of twelve months, except costs
to lbe paid in casht. Bonds wvith ample security,
requ~ired to segure the pyrohase monecy.
A. SIMKINS,C. Z.B. D.
Jan23 _ __ 6t 2
TOLLED before me by S. Broadwater, hivipg
a aout three miles We'st of Collier's P. 0,, a
BR IGiT SOfR EL flORSE, about fifteen and- a
half hands high, a wvhite star in the threhead-col
lar, saddltand gear marks. Appraised at fifteen
lollars. G. W. NIXON, M. E. D.
J... -0 . nim4 3
T HE Subscriber - wod respectfully inform the
citizens of Edgefleld- Village and vicinity. that
he has taken the I [oust? formerly occupied by blis.
R. Gray, opposite the Plafnfeti Hote, for the pur
pose of carrying on the
CLOCK REPAIRING BUSI1IESS.
All work entrusted to his care will ba attended to
with neatness and despatch. lie will nlso give hia
attention to the REPAIRING OF FU RN ITURE.
He warrants satisfaction to all, and solicits a liberal
patronae. W . LEWIS.
Jan 10 tf 52
A LL those who make small or large purchase'
in BEDSTEADS. WINDOW BLINDS*
SASIl, PANNEL DOORS. &c., without coniult
ing the Subscriber, one mile and a half West of
Cherokee Ponds. certainly belong to thi;s Suciety.
Also, old Furniture renovated,
As in former advertis-ments stated;
Can do a number of other things too
For further proof, call and we'll show you.
C. B. LANItAM.
Feb 7 4t* 4
To former Friends and Patrons,
S E. BOWERS, thankful for past patron
S age, would beg leave to inform the public that
he is now receiving L A RGE Consignments of
Whiskeys, Brandies, Wines. Cordials,
AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS,
S u g a r s, 4
BROWN, CLARIFIED, CRUSHED AND LOAF
SEGARS, HAVANA AND AMERICAN,
And all articles usual.y kept in the Family Grocery
Being Agent for two large Wholesale Confectionary
Houses, one in New York and the other in Augus
ta, he is prepared to fill all orders for
1WAR TIs, 1W313982 4.2
At the shortest notice possible.
As lie is acting as Agent only, he would re
spectfully inform all that his business must be done
on the CASH SYSTEM ENTIRELY; for .is low
prices and small commissions will not warrant ex
tension of time on Goods sold. '
He is determined to sell Low, for Cash,
and hopes to merit a share of the trade. Come one,
come all, and examine hi Stock before puichasing,
-it is all he asks.
CR The business will be conducted under the
naic and style of S. E. BowERs, Agent.
Ilambur,. Nov. 1, tf 42
New Fall and Winter Goods I
f HE Subscriber is now receiving his FALL
T and WINTER GOODS (at the Brick Store).
among which may be found
Rich Satin. Plaid and Fancy SHILKS, of the latest
and most fashionable styles,
Rich Figured. Plaid and Plain DELANES,
Plain French and English MERINOS,
Ladies' CLOAKS and MANTILLAS,
" Embroidered French COLLARS, UN
DERSLEEVES and CI IEMlIZETTES,
A variety of BONNETS and Bonnet RlBBONS
Boots and Shoes, flats and Caps,
NEGRO SHOES AND BLANKETS,
OSNABURGS and FACTORY STRIPES,
Hardware, Crockery, &c.
Together with a large and well seleted variety of
other Goods, too numerous to mention.
W' The public generally are respectfully solicited
to call and examine the above mentioned Stock be
re purchasing elsewhere. B. C. BRYAN.
Oct 26 tf 41.
McGREGOR & SMITH,
CARR1AGE!, BUGGIES, &c.
l"fC'GREGOR & SMITH, build to order Car
I riages of every description. They also keep
on hand a large and splendid assortment of
New and Second-Hand Carriages.
gg All orders promptly attended to, and Re
pairing neatly executed.
Edgefield C. II., Jan 18 tf I
TIHE Subscriber taikes this opportunity of inform
ing his friends, that he hans renmved tio the
N'W BRICK STOR E adjoiingt the .irore of It.
C. Bryvan, where he has just openmed a LARG K
VA RIETY of niew articles in his vairi. us brnehes
of Trade. He intends keepng in the
Drug and Medicine Department,
A full supply of every article that is in common
use by the Profession, which will be constantly un
der the inspection of Drs. Bland, A buey, Minms and~
lirt ; and if an article is reported to~ be impure it
will not be offered for sale. D~r. M. W. AIbney has
taken an Office in the second Story of the buildling,.
and will give me the benefit or h:s experience ini
Compounding Medicines and preparina prescerip
ions. and having been six yeasrs engaged in the bu
inss, I flatter myself, with these aimph- arm ange
cms, I s-hall receive a l:beral * hnre..f the pmatron
age of Physicians, families, and the publie g.-nerally.
In the Grocery Department
EVERY THlING will be kept that is' usually found
in a Fancy Family Grocery Store. In the
Department of Books, Stationary? &c.,
W~ill be found a full supply of Standard Sebl,
Books, Bibles, 1 rymna Books. Fools Cup. Letter n::d
Note Paper, with a'most every article iti th.s line
will be kept constantly for sale.
In the Confectionary Department,
May always be found a nmneh larger a-,sor itent of
Candies, Fruits, Piekles. Ketchmurs. Suu-es, &c.,
than has ever been offered for sale. ini this place. In
truth, tis is to be a Store of good things', and it is
hoped will be considered a great couvenim nce.jnd
therefore be largely patronized.
G. L. PENN, A gent.
Dec 20 tf 49
L OST on Saturday the 23d ult., my POCKET
BOOK, containing three One Hundred iDol
sr Bills, and four Fifty Dollar Bills, with may name
written on the back of one of the One Ilundtred
D~ollar Bills. A reward of $25 wilt be ginkn upon
delivery of said Pocket Dook and contents, or any
information concerning it will be thankfully received.
M. A. PA DGETTr.
Jan 3 tf 51
Maniufactured Tobacco !
J UST Received diret from the Factory, Thirty
Boxes CHEWING TOBA CCO, comprisig
Four Choice Brands, viz: Honey Dew, Oronoco,
Extra and Premiiumn. For sale by the Box, .mr at
retail at LOW PRICES. Don't fail to call and
sample before buying elsewhere.
G. L. PENN, A GENT.
Oct26 tf 41
Notic e -ocreta
IS Ilereby gven to all parties concerned,.that
FIN AL 5 "TE ENT f the' Esae f.h
Anderson. dec'd., will be made at the Ordinary's
Office of Edgelield District, on the 3d day~ of ApriL
1855. All persons who have demuands against the
Estate, will in the nmeatiime, render thenm in pro
perly attested, and those indebted arc required. to..
make payment. JOH N F. T A LBERT, Ad'r.
Jan 3 3m 5I
F ROM the Subscriber's residence on the Ridge,.
during the night of the- 5th instant, his negro
man JIM.* Said negro is of light comple-ctiee.bout.
five feet eight or ten ineches high, rather stout, with
a sumall seat on his righ't cheek. Ile had ott, wvhen
he left, light cassimere coat and pants, and a fine
pair of boots.
lt is probable that Jim. is either in the neighbor
hood of Columbia or Aiken, mnore probably the
A suitable reward will be given for his appre
hension and delivery to the jailor at Edgefield C.
1. A ny information thankfully received.
M. B. WEVER.
Ridge, S. C., Jan 17 tf 1
gri' Columbia papers please enpy tri-weekly until
further notice, and forwar4 accounts to M. B. W.
NIotice to Guardians,
AL Gunardians,. Committe~es and Trustees,
whose duly it is to maske annual retens of
their transactions as such into the^Commissioner'r
Oice at Edgefleld C. H., are ierpb is.tir3 tin
make their returns for the present year by the-10th
of. April. 'Otherwise, they will be ruled, without
exception. The law must be enforced.
A . SlMJlNN, C. a. i .
Co,..r. Onie , no 2,185. let ; 3.