Newspaper Page Text
r Proof Ware-House,
THE Subscriber has token the
Planters Water Proof
W ide-ouse, formerly eoupiediyMr. ni
UsuuaSr., and by strict attentin to -basines he
hopes to merit a liberal shire of the . Stnge of
- the generous publiu of the upper and ottOi-.grow
ing Districts. ..
' The Ware House is above high watermark, and
.more secure from Fire than any other Ware House
in Towj .
I will alto attend to receiving and forwarding
Goods, &c.,intrusted to my care.
C. H. KENNEY.
Hamburg, Sept 1st,"1855. tf 34
l IndependentPress will copy one month and
orward account to C. H. K.
BAC ON, LARD, & c,
-AT THE STORE OF
.. XiIBLsel" to B91?J,
' lAMBURG,S. C..
HO IHIDS Ribed FINE BACON SIDES,
31),000 lbs. Tennessee Clean do
3,000 lbs. Tenn. HAMS andSHOULDERS.
6,000 lbs. Choice Leaf LARD, in kegs and bbls.
50 bbls. No 3 and 4 MACKEPJL. .
Half bbls and kits No 1 do
100 bbls. Choice N. 0. MOLASSES.
15 llhds. Prime Cuba do
1,000 Sacks SALT.
100 Boxs.Sperm and Adamantine CANDLES.
50 Boxes .Jackson & Linkoln's No 1 SOAP.
10 Boxes Kendals improved Chemical Olive
A few Tons Peruvian GUANO.
A general assortment of Groceries, consisting of
BAGGING AND ROPE, SUGAR AND COFFEE,
MOLASSES, 'lICE, FLOUR,
Lime, Plaster, Sole Leather,
Gun and Blasting Powder,
SHOT, IRON, &c., &c.
For sale by J. SIBLEY & SON
Hamburg, Sept 3 - t - 34
NOTICE TO COTTON PLANTERS!
TILIE Subscriber, living near Bethel Church,
below the Ridge, would inform the Cotton
Planters of Edgefield and the surrounding Districts,
that he is manufacturing
C O TTO2' Cf2 O,
Of a very SUPERIOR QUALITY-warranted to
give satisfaction. I am also prepared to
REPAIR OLD GINS,
At very moderaie prices. For information in regard
to my -capacity to do the ubevework, I would refer
to Mr. B..T. Boatwright and Mr. Wade Holstein.
Please address the subscriber, is well as the gen
tk-men referred to, at the Ridge P. 0., S. C.
Sept 5 lOt 34
T HE Undersigned hereby gives public notice
that he will apply for the issue of a Duplicate
Land Warrants for 160 acres, in place of theone
issued in favor of the Brothers and Sisters of B. M.
Jones, dec'd., for military services in Capt. P. S.
Brbnks' Company, (D) Palmetto Regiment, S. C.
Volunteers, in the war with Mexico. The said Land
-Warrant was for 160 acres, and was numbered
43,174, which has been lost or mislaid.
ABNER PERRIN, Assignee.
Edgefield C. IT., Sept 3, 1855. 6t 34
51n REGIMENT CAVALRY,
LIBERTY IILL, Aug. 30th, 18-5.
ORDER, NO -"
A COURT M.\RTIAL will convene at Mount
ernnSaturday thme 29th September next, for
Regimental parade at Longmires, and also for the
trial of other cases that may come before it. The
Court will be. composed of the following Officers,
Lieut. Col. A. P. Bum.Ea, President.
hinj. J. C. MaarTJs, Lieut. L. JEss:Nos4,
Capt. J..B. GazmFI, " JAs. CUnav,
" J. F. ISenates, " J1. L. Tatrr,
" A. D. Ba-rEs, " J. II. YEL.nE.L,
" W*. K.BIJADLST " D. Joauax,
" PEamarx.N, " T. Casws.
.M. L. BVLLrOCE, Judge A dvocate.
By order of -Cot. dOhIN F. TALBERT.
J. M. Larsu.tx, Adj't.
Sept 5 -4t 34
T ~H E Undersigned returns his sincere thanks to
..his friends for their patronage while located in
Hamburg, ad hereby informs them that he can be
.found (after 1st September next,) at the 'louse of
W ARD, BURCHLARI) & CO., opposite the Ma
sonic Hall, Augusta, Ga., where he would be happy
'to see and serve thenm, and where a FULL and
Oomplete Stock of Dry Go ods,
can always be found, which will be sold as LOW
as from any House in the City.
M. A. RANSOM.
hamburg. A ug 13, - tf 31
*Saluda Sentinels, Attention,
Y OU are hereby summoned to be and appear at
RICIA RDSON'S on the 4th Saturday in
2eptember next, prepared for Drill and Instruction.
.All desirous of joining thme Corps will report
'themselves on that occasion; and it is earnestly
.hoped that many will attend for that purpose.
By order of apt. A. D. BATES.
JAS. A. DOZIER, 0. S.
Aug 15 7t 31
Fine Fresh Flour!
T H E Subscriber respectfully informs the public
that he has and will keep constantly on hand
a good supply of SUPERFINE NEW FLOUR,
which lhe will sell on as moderate terms as possible.
Try a sack, and convinee yourself of its excellent
.uaty. R. HI. SULLIVA N.
July 11 tf 26
I s hereby given, that in future, T will grind for my
regular customers on Tuesdays, lFridays and
&aturdays only. Persons at a distance are earnest
dly requested to have an understanding with me be
fore sending their grain, in order that a day may be
~asigned them, by which they may avoid an extra
strip.JON DORN, Si.
Aug 23 tf - 32
('N the Road between Edgefield Village and my
'~Jhouse on Salnda River,' on Tuesday last, a
small POCKET DIA RY, with a memorandum of
weather, &c., and containing about One Hundred
Dollars in Bank Bills.
A liberal reward will be paid for the delivety of
the same to me, or to Mr. WV. P. Butler, at Edge.
field Village. - A. L. DEARING.
July 1I - tf 26
Cold Soda Water!.
A PURE, Sparkling and Genuine quality of this
. healthy and invigorating potation now draw
ing from renewed Founts, through new Composition
Pipes, at the Counter of
. -Das. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE.
May.23 tf 19
I HAVE1 Consignment and for
sale Two Quarter Cask of fine Im
ported BR ANDY, which I will sell low for esh.
This Brandy is of excellent quality and will suit
'the taste of the miost fastidious.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
Hamburg, Mar 20 tf ' 10
A TLL Persons having any demands against the
.L.Estate of Simcon Matthews, dee'd., will please
present thenm properly attested, and all those in
debted to the Estate must make prompt payment as
e the distributees are anxious to have the matter set
tied& SIMPSON MATTHIEWS, Adm'r.
Msy2g tf 19.
A Certain Remnedy?1
I A M appointed Sole Agent for Jacob's Celebra
ted Dysentery and- Diarrhna Cordial. This
Medicine has a reptuation unsurpassed.
8. E. BOWERS, Agent
Hamburg, June 11,tf 2
A L ARGE variety-for sae by.
May 23 tf. 19
1)LACK, Blue, Indelible and Carmniue, for sale
J)by 4. G..& T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
- u 2S e tf . 19
- - AND
JOHN M. WITT
takes pleasure in
calling the atten
tion of the citizens of Edgefield District, to his
Which is now in successful and complete operation,
and also solicits an examination of his
Where he has on hand an extensive variety of beau
tiful and well-finished FURNITURE, consisting of
Mahogany, Walnut, Rosewood, Maple and Pine
BOOK CASES & WRITING DESKS,
Wardrobes of various Qualities,
SOFAS, SOFA. LOUNGES, &C.,
WASH STANDS, CRADLES, MATRASSES, &C.
Always on hand a good supply of well-made
Sash, Blinds, Pannel Doors, ko., &c.
Having secured the services of the most compe
tent workmen, I do not hesitate to say that I can ex
hibit as fine and good work as will be found else
REPAIRING neatly and promptly attended to.
( I will sell thd above articles on as reasonable
terms as the times will allow. Those who pay Cash
for their Furniture in Augusta or Charleston will
not find much diffirenee in our cash charges.
I Call and inspect the above Furniture before
Edgefield C. I1., Sept 5 tf 34
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY
[By Authority of the State of Georgia.]
To aE DRAWN 24Tru Sarr. 1855.
WILL be distributed according to the following
Grind and unprecedented scheme, in pub
lie, at CONCERT llALL, Macon, Ga., under the
sworn superintendance of Col. Gso. M. LOGAN and
JAs. A. Nussr, Esq.
The Manager announces his determination to
make this the Most popular Lottery in the world,
and challenges comparison as to the chances to draw
Prizes with any other Lottety.
1 Prize of.... $8,000 1 Prize of......5,000
1 " .... 2.000 2 " $1000-2,000
5 " 6500-2,500 10 " 200-2,000
20 " 100-2,000 78 " 50-3,900
120 " 25-3,000 18 Approximat'n P. 600
256 Prizes amounting to $31,000.
ONLY 10,000 NuizEas.
Every Prize drawn at each drawing, and paid
when due, in full, without deduction. Orders strictly
onfidential. Drawings sent to orders. Registered
letter.- at my rsk. Bills on all solvent Banks at par.
Tickets $5; Halves $2,50; Quarters $1,25.
JAS. F. WINTER, Manager, Macon, Ga.
Sept 5 3t 34
BOOTS AND ShOES.
T HE Subscriber having located permanently in
the Store next door to Mr. R. HI. Suz.Lvan, is
repared to nmake to order fine
At BOO T S A ND S HOE S,
Athe shortest notice, and of the very BEST MA
Hie hopes by faithful work and close attention to
usiness to be able to please all who may favor him
ith their patronage.
I will refer to Mr. S. F. Coona, who is my guar
dian, in all matters of business.
July 18 t f 27
THE THOROUGH BRED HORSE
W ILL stan I the ensuing season
at MY STABLEI about one
mile from Edgefleld C. HI., at $15
the season and $.25 insurance. All
ares sent will be considered by the season,'unless
ome instructions to the contrary shall accompany
hem. Season to end 10th November.
Ganable was bred by Col. BARRY, of Galatin,
ennessee, and wats six years old last Spring. He
as sired by Imp. Sovereign, his dam was Celerity
y Imp. Leviathan. Celerity's dam was Patty Puff
y Pacolet; Patty Puff's dam was Rosa Clack.
For Pedigree and performances GAMBLE will
ompare with the best horses of his day. lie com
bines strength and action with fleetness and endu
ance. He ran in Charleston in February 1853 the
best race o.f two mile heats ever run over the course,
nd but for an unavoidable accident would have
distinguished himself as a four miler.
gg I will feed and pasture Mares at forty-fire
ents a day, but will not take upon myself any re
sponsibility for accidents or escapes.
TiIOS. G. BACO)N.
Au 8 8t 30
TS Hereby given to all concerned, that a final
I settlement will be made on the 2d Monday in
)ecember next, in the Ordinary's Office, at Edge
field C. H., on the Estate of William Dobey, dec'd.
All persons indebted will please make payment by
that time, and those having demands will present
them by the same time.
W. E. DODEY, AJ'or.
Sept 5 3m 34
[S Hereby given to all concerned, that a final set
tlement will be made on the estate of John
Crawford, dec'd., in the Ordinary's Office, at Edge
field C. H., on the 2d Monday in December next.
All personsindebted will make payment'by the above
time, and those having demands will present them
by the same time.
FREEMAN TI. ROPER, Adan'or.
Sept5 3m 34
Strayed or Stolen
F ROM the Subscriber, living on the Aik'en Road,
about three weeks since, a dark chesnut sorrel
ARE COLT, shout three years old. It is more
than probable that she was stolen, as she was tracktd
about 15 miles below my house, in Lexington Dis
rict, when all traces of her were lost, as it is pre
sumed the thief left the road.
Any information respecting the animal or the
hief, will be thankfully received. All reasonable
expenses and a liberal reward will be paid for the
deivery of the animal and thief.
- A. HATCHER.
Sp tf 34
A LL those that are indebted to the Subscriber
on small-notes or accounts. Money must come
M. W. CLARY.
Caution to all
A LL Persons in any wise indebtec to the Subscri
bers, either individually or collectively, are
hereby forewarned to settle up at an early date,
therwise they will certainly have to settle with an
Attorney. We have a large amount of money to
raise in a given time, and are necessarily compelled
o pursue this course. Take heed, therefore, all ye
irh~ae iteestd. J.IH. JENNINGS,
whoarein~s~. W. D. JENNINGS.
Stpt 6 tf 34
mi Tx A.:rD 0 iEO2
NTCSITY compels me to call on my friends
.and customers for the amount.dne me-; and if
I am compelled to sue them, I trust they will not be
angry with one who has so often waited on them.
Your obedient servant,
Aug29 ~ tf 33
T HE Undersigned respectfully announces to
those that have Land Warrants forasale, to call
at his Store, opposite the American Hotel, In Ham
burg, where the highest cash p rices will be paid for
the .. THOS. II. TRENT.
an.,...l. 2., 25m a
THE subscriber offera. for Sale ihe TRACT OF
ILAND where he now lites, attuated about
one mile from Edgefield C. I., containing and
Eight Hundred Acres,
More or-less. There is on this desirable plantation
TWo.Story Dwelling House,- ,
with ten _good rooms, together with all necessary
out buildings. .
It is well watered, having a large number of good
cool and never-failing springs of the purest water.
The land is productive and well adapted to the
Cultivation of Cotton and every kind of grain.
The situation is healthy and in a good neighbor
hood, and the tract could be. divided so as to make
two or three good desirable settlements.
Also, the Holmes Tract,
containing one hundred and sixty acres, more or
less, situated near Red Hill, and adjoining lands of
Col. Wyett Holmes and others. This tract former
ly belonged to the Estate of Wm. Holmes and was
purchased by me at his sale.
The above lands will be sold on very acconlinoda
ting terms; and if desired, negro property, at fair
prices, will be taken in part payment.1
I will be pleased to show the lands to any persons
desiring to purchase. .
August 23 tf 32.
House and Lot for Sale
IT being the intention of the Subscriber to remove
to New York, he offers for sale (on acoommo.
dating terms) his HOUSE AND LOT in the Vil
I of Edgefield. - -
pon the Lot there is a never-failing well of the
coolest water in the Village. All necessary out
buildings, Gardens, Hot-House, &e. -
Aug 29 tf 33
Land for Sale.
T IIE Subscriber offers for sae his VALUABLE
PLANTATION, lying on Cuffy Town Creek,
three miles North-East of Liberty Hill, containing
Three Hundred I Seventy-five-Acres,
One 'hundred and twenty-five acres cleared-all
fresh and in a high state of cultivation. This land
is well adapted to Corn, Cotton and small Grain.
The present crop will compare, favorable with any
in this section.
Those desirous to buy land would do well to bome
and look at it, as it is located favorably for. raising
stock and other sadvantages. . : -
This Tract is healthy, well-watered and convehl
I am determined to sell, and will sell A GREAT
BARGAIN to an approved purchaser.
gW For further particulars, enquire of Mr. Jas
Sheppard and W. W. Adams, Esq.. 'at Edgefield
C. U., or to the Undersigned.
A. G. GASKIN.
Sept 5 4t 34
Splendid Land for Sale.
T ILE Subscriber offers for sale the Tract of Land
Upon which he now resides, situated about two
miles below the Pine House, and immediately on the
Plank Road. The Tract contains
Two Hundred Acres,
About eighty of which are cleared and in a high
state of cultivation, while the rest is heavily tim
bered. There are on the premises an excellent
Dwelling House; good Negro Houses, &c., &c.
Persons desirous of purchasing can apply to the
Undersigned on the place.
JAS. L. MATHIS.
June 27 tf 24
Land for Bale !
T RI-E Subscriber- being desirous of
Lmoving West, offers for sale the f
RACT OF LAND on which he now
ives, containing Two hundred and Ten
Ares. Said land is situate on the waters of Dry
Creek and on Me'Nary's Ferry Road, about three
miles from Lott's P. 0. A bout sixty acres cleared,
ostly fresh-the belance is fine woodland.
For further information apply to the subscriber
on the premises. F. W. SOLEE.
Aug8 tf 30
N o ticee T hi s.
VALUABLE LANIDE-OR SALE !
T IIE Subscriber offers for sale the TR ACT OF
IL AND whecreon he now resides, situated about
four nmiles South of Edgefield C. 11., containing
Near Six Hundred Acres,
With all necessary improvements.
Come and witness the present crop, and all will
be convinced as regards the fine quality of the land,
and its adaptation to the cultivatiun of cotton, corn
nd smaill grain. I will be pleased to show the
land to any one desiring to purchase.
L.. S. JOUNSON.
Sept 5 if 34
Land for Sale !
1BY consent of the parties interested, I will pro
eIJeed to sell at Edgefield C. H., on Saleday in
November next, the TR ACT OF L AND on which
Isaac Bell, dee'd., lived at the time of his death on
Turky Creek, containing
One Hundred and SixtyNine Acres,
more or less, bounded by Lands of Dr. R. T. Mims,
ev. D. D. Brunson and others.
Ts.-On a credit until the 1st day of October
1856. Purchasers giving notes with ample security.
gg" The Lands will be shown by application to
the Subscriber, and will certainly be sold, unless
purchased privately before the above time.
JAMES. M. BELL.
Sept5 tf .34
Public Bale of Land I
W ILL be sold to the highest bidder on the 25th
day of October next, .near Cambridge, at
the late residence of Mrs. ELlisabeth Todd, dee'd.,
The Tract of Land
belonging to her Estate, cotitalning FOUR HUN
DRED and TWENTY-SEVEN ACRES,.about
One hundred and seventy-five of which is in woodsa;
the balance being under fence, and in a good state
of cltivation. On thp premises there is a
omfortable Two Story Dwelling,
With Six Rooms, each having a fire-place-a new
Gin House, and all necessary out-buildings. The
Tract is watered by several excellent Springs, and
itis a place on which line health is enjoyed.
The Land is well-adapted to the culture of Cot
tqn, Corn, Wheat and Oats.
II Any person wishing to buy Land in this
section of country will do well to examine this Tract
before the day of sale.
The Land will be sold on a credit of one and two
years. The Purchaser will be required to give
notes and two approved securities.
J1. McCRACKEN, Ex'ors.
P. II. EDDINS. *
Sept 5 St 34
Excellent Land for Sale.
[ WILL offer for sale to the highest bidder, on
.Lthe firat-Monday in November next, at Edgefield
C. H., my VALUABLE PLANTATION, con
taining Tour Hamuadred and Theirty
wo Acres, lying on both sides of Lloyd'.
Creek, about 22 miles from Hamburg. This Creek
has a No. 1 -hILL SE AT on the premises, and
affords sufficient water to carry a Grist hill. There
are about two hundred acres cleared and in a fine
state of cultivation. About 35 cr 40 acres of splen
did low ground. On the premises are a comforta
ble ~welling House with all necessary outbuildings.
Also, two excellent Springs.
For further particulars, apply to the Subscriber at
:amburg, or Thoa. Garretand S. Broadwater, ad
joining the premises. SSNGRET
Sept 5 9t 34
State of South Carolina,
James Bean, 1
Lydia Sanders and others IPet ition for the wale
as. (of trust property.
Moses Sanders. J
Lders, the Defendant in this ease, resides beyond
the liits of this State, On motioa of Landrum,
Petitioner's Solicitor, it is ordered that he d? plead,
auswer or demur, to the said Petition within three
months from thepublication of this rule, or the pe
tition will be taken pro confesue aganst him.
A. SIMK INS, c. E. E. D.
SSepts 3m . 34
AFEW Barrels of choice Cuba Molasses on
had-and will he sold very lowr, if applied for
A supply of choice White WIne Vinegar, for
pikehug. ij. 1E BOWERS, Agent.
- or plei - --
THOS. G. BACON.
R. D. BRYAN.
H. T. WRIGHT,
W. F. DURISOE,
WESLEY WERTZ. -
M. B. WrHITTLE,
BARNEY J NAR.
*A. R. ABLE,
A u. Uv T A, G A...
HAVING releasedi the " Augusta!
for another temi, I take pleasure in
announcing to the travelling public
and citizens of Augusta; that it shall be the constant
desire of myef and my assistantsi.to. makeo=the'
Hotel, in evcrytespecftone of:the firsttin the South.
It will be painted and re-furnishedthoroughly in
a few days, when tife guest will have an opportuni
ty of viewing the largest,best appointed, as well as
the most convenient Hotel in the State. -
The Proprietoriid his Lady, the .(late -Mrs. E.
C. West,) ever mindful of the vast patronage 'al
ready enjoyed by the Hotel,- respectfully solicits a
continuance of it, and 'pledges their every effort to
make the guest happy, end the Hotel a favorite with
the travelling community.
W. ..TARE Proprietor.
Augusta, August 13, 3m 31
MEDICAL CdLLEGE OFGEORGIA.
T HE TWENT1~FOURTH Course of Lectures
in this -institution will commence the first
Monday in Noveinbernext.
Anatomy-G. M. NEWTON, M. D.
Surgery-L. A DUGAS, M. D.
Chemistry and Pharmacy-A. MEANS, M. D.
p ra cn edics.'Therape-tics and Med. Juris
prudence-I. I'7GARVJN, M. D. Ifns
Obstetrics andDpeeses of Women and Infants
J. A. EVE. M. U
Physiology and Pathological Anatomy-H. V. M.
MILLER, M. D.
Institutes and Practice of Medicine-L. D. FORD,
Surgical, Comparative and Microscopical Anato
my-H. F. CAMPBELL, M. D.
Demonstrator of Anatomy--$. CA MPBELL,
Assistant Demonstrator-S. D. SIMMONS. M. D.
Prosector to .Professor of Surgery-JURIAfl
hiARRIS, M. D.
Clinical Lectures will be delivered regularly at
the City Hospital, and mInple.opportunities will be
afforded for the study of Practical Anatomy.
Fees for the entire Coprse............$105 00
Matriculation Ticket (to be taken once).. 5 00
For ruither particulars, apply to
G. M NEWTON, DIAN.
Augusta, July 23 2m 28
ew Literary and Political Journal,
To Ba rcaLiliIED A? CoLUMIJA, 5. C.
T HlE Undersigned, late. Editor .of T'Ae South
ICarolinian and Columbia Banner, proposes
o publish, in the city of Columbia, a Literary, P.
itical and News Journal, to be called
Inmaking thisi announcement, I am aware that
propose to engage In= an enterprise not free from
diiculties; bute these I will endeavor to provide
against, by securing a Subscription List that will
place the paper beyond the reach of failure., South
Carolina can richly support, at her Capital, adeading
Literary and'Polhical. Weekly Journal, auid to her
people I-nowissntioepectusr feeling ~assured
the enterprise will be -sustained, and that they will
support a Home Journal of the character of that
now proposed. As a
For the home circle, the Examiner will be con
clueted with a view to reader it at least equal to any
ever published at the South. The choicest selectrons
of English and American Literature will be made
or its columns', and a number of able Contributors
will be secured. I will endeavor, in this department,
to make it a journal worthy of the patronage and
iteady support of the people of this Sate and of the
South. As a
The Exminer will abide by the old lhnd-marks of
the State Rights Democracy. Independent of na
tional parties, it will take a' stand as a faithful co
operator in the great work of maintaining Southern
Rights and promoting Southern union. It will be
the organ of no political party-the exponent of no
political creed-which'has not for oneof its cardinal 1
principles " the Equality of the South in the Union,
or Independence out of' It." This is no new faith,J
but one which South Carolina has long and earnest
ly contended for.
The Examiner will contain the latest News, For
eign and Domestic, received up to the hour of publi
ntion. It will give full and correct Market Reports
nd Prices Current. Our readers in the country
may rely on strict attention being paid to this impor
taut feature of a newspaper. It will give full .and
eccurate reports of the Proceedings of the Legisla
ture and of Congress, and the acts and doings of the
various political organizations. All news worth
giving to its readers will be carefully culled for its
cou. SIZE AND STYLE.
The Examiner will be one of the largest Weekly
3ournals in the Southern States, printed with new
sd elegant tp, on fline white paper, and issued in
large quarto form of eight pages, containing forty
olumns of interesting reading matter. It will be
the handsomest paper ever published in South
I have tihus given an outline of the principal fea
tures of the Examiner. Carolinians or the people
of the South ought to need no further appeal, in
view of the present aspect of political affairs, to in
luce them to sustain with vigor and efficiency their
own Press and Literature.
Two Dollars per anupayable in advance.
lThe first year's paymlent will be required on the
rceipt of the first number of the paper, which will
be issued so soon as I receive a sufficient niumber of.
mubscribers to ensure its success. Send forward
your names. .h
g- Postmasters wowill be so kind as to for
ward me names of subscribers will confer a favor,
and will receive a copy of the Examiner without
charge. Address me at this place. -
WM. B. JOHNSTON.
Sept. if 34.
State of South Carolina,
BY H. T1. WRIGHT, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
' Whress EdwrdP. Colemanhas applied to me for
etters of Administrationi, on all and singular the
oods and chatdles, rights and crediis of Hugh Duflice
ate of the District aforesaid deceased.
TTese are, therefore, to .cite and admnonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ed, to e and appear before me at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
C. H., n the 14th day of September nest, to. sho0w
cause, if any, why thesaid adinistrationahould not be
Given under.in hand and seal, this 31th day of Au
gust in the year ofour Lord one thousand eight hundred
and fifty-ive anid in the eightieth year of American
Independene. IL T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
Sept. 5 . 2t 34
IS Hereby iven that applioation will be made to
Ithe next Legislaturefor the Charter for a Public
Road from the Aiken Road, at or near Posey's
Brdge,.to interseotthe liidge Road at or near~Mar
A ug 3m - 30
Athe estate of G. W. Reams, deo'd., will pre
sent them to the Subscribqr, in the Ordinary's offie
at Edgefeld C. H., on tlie 25th day of N~ovember
net, - to. receive payment. -Tihs .failing to do so
wll bebared ot. E F. HOLLO WAT, Adm'r.
A....n . m .3
JAMES G. EA[=L IE,
(LaTE or THEIIRM or SauJLE & LAMBE'r.)
DIRBOT IMPORT~it OF A.LL KINDS OF
RUGS, FIQOR OIL CLOTHS, &c., &c.
Curtain Materials and Trimmings,
ic., &c., &c.
234 KING STREET, CitARLESTON, S. C.
gg P. S.-Orders promptly attended to.
ug 8 . 6m* 30
. C. N. WRIGHT, DENTIST.
OFFICE over Messrs. CARMtnOIEAL
& BEAN's Hardware store, Broad
street, Augusta, Ga.
All operations pertaining to Dentistry will be at
tended to with promptness, and to the entire satis
faction of all who may favor him with their patronage.
W Gold Plate and Wire, Clasp Metal, Solder,
&c., furnisned to Dentists for Cash.
Augusta, May I ly * 16
D R. H. PARKER, respectfully informs
the citizens of Edgefield District, that he may
be found during sale day week at the Planter's Ho
tel, Edgefield C. H., and at his residence on the
Anderson road, eighteen miles North-east of the
Village, on every Friday and Saturday following.
Stpecimens of his work, put up on the latest and
most improved principles, can be seen at his Office.
His address, when in 'the country, as heretofore,
Sleepy Creek, P. O.
Dec 27 - tf 50
Special Medical Notice.
C am of xnr0'E3PSIA..
T HE undersigned is being consulted by letter
from all parts of the Union, by those who are
suffering from DYSPEPSIA and its consequent
general weakness, muscular relaxation, and nervous
debility. Having for the last few years, in his prae
tice of medicine, turned his attention almost entirely
to the treatment of this disease, lie is enabled from
his large experience to institute a peculiarity of treat
ment that will enable the patient to see, feel, and
know, after a day or two's treatment, that his recove
ry has already commenced. Has he a dry tongue,
thirst, loss of appetite, constipation of bowels, nausea
and vomiting ?-is the skin dry, harsh, with unnatu
ral heat ?-is he troubled with sleeplessness, starting
in his sleep, somnoleney, impaired volition-with
palpitation or "fluttering" of the heart, and easily
out of breath by quickened exertions? All these,
after one, two, or three day's treatment will com
mence to disappear.
Terms of Treatment.
$5.00 for first consultation. Medicine forwarded
by mail, with full and explicit written directions of
the course of treatment, &e., to be pursued. Each
mubsequent consultation and medicine forwarded,
82.00. Money remitted in all instances should be
"registered" at the post-office. All letters to be
addressed to the undersigned.
WILLIAM W. BLISS. M. D.,
20 Beckman St., New York.
July 25 6m 28
STARTLING, BUT TRUE.
WARNING TO EVERY SENSIBLE WOMAN!
Why Females Suffer in Health.
No woman of deliency is willing to disclose the peculiar
alments incident to her sex, even to a most intimate fihmily
This modesty and delicacy is implanted by nature, and
neither should nor need be subjected to the rude shocks in
itable in making known to the other sex those-llments.be
Iongiag exclusively to the female.
Exct in extreme eases, her sensitiveness will sacrifice
ter health rater than her delicacy.
The consequences are serIous, lamentable, and life-long.
Thus what at first could have b~een easily remedied, or
perhaps better still, not incurred, becomes a complicatIon of
lsese, not only ruining the health of the mother, and em
lttering her days by sickness and suffering, but entailIng
broken constitutIons upon her children,,and embarrassing, I
not dIstressing, the business and pecuniary prospiects of th
insand. Let every sensiblo woman
.TJILE IIIJan.a I1 T IIE,
'as thousands have done) by the bitter experience and sufer'
g of others, of the dreadlul consequences she entails'upon
lesef and those endeared to her, by her ignorance of the
npiest and plainest rules of health as connected with the
marriae stat", the vlolatioa of which entails 'disease, suffer
I0 many ar suffering from obstruction er irregularities
peuliar to the female system, which, undlermnine thme health,
h effects of which they are ignorant, ntnd j or which their
lehicacy forbIds seeking medical advice! How nmainy suffer
om prolapS ds ititang of the womb,) or from Jmuor
si/us (weakness, debIlity.&c)! How many are in constant
agon for many monthspjrecedingconfinemeutt! Hlolimany
nave difficult, if not dangerous delIveries, andi slow and ua
Te nhequeston, how are thesec to be prevented ? what
hll be done?7 the answer is simp~le.
Let every woman ascertain fo'r herself, without violence ho
cr delicacy, the nature and character of the ailment (to whIch
he as a fer'nale is subtjet) the ceses from which it nmay arise,
ad the Draper retnedlics for its eure and future prevention.
This she can do by poessessing a little volunme (already
,ossessed by thounsanis) which tellA her what Is the matler,
nod tells her what to do air tt, in simple but chaste words,
ad such as she can undierstand.
This little volume Is en~titled
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDiCALi COMPANION,
BY DRI. A. M. MAURICEAU,
PRoFtssozt OFP D IS EAseE s 0o FwoMEN.
2ne Hundredtlk Edition, (500,000) IS mo., p. 250.
[NFINE PAPER, ExTRA ntINDiNG, 51,00.3
A standard work of established reputatonm, found chtsiseed
a the Catalogues of the great Trade Sales tin New- York,
'hiladepha, and oter cIties, and said by thme principal
uoksellers in the Unitedl States. It was first puablshed In
847, since which time
Fiv Hundred Thousand Copies
tave been sold, of which there were upwards of
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND SENT BY MAL.,
ilesting the high estimation ini whicht It is held as a reliable
BOOK FOR EVERY FEMALE,
be author having devoted his exclusive attention to the
reatment of cotmplainits peculiar to females, in respect to
rhih he is yearly consulted by ihousands, both In person
ad by. letter.
Iere every woman can dlicov'er, 'by comparing her own
*ymptoms with thtoe described, tie nature, character, causes
if, and the proper remedies for, her conmplaints.
The wife about becoming a mother lias cotten need of in
trueton and advice of the utmost lnmportaince to her future
aealth wili find such Introdution and advice, and also ex
aIn 'many symptoms which otherwise would occasion anx
ety or alarm as all the peculiaritIes incident to her situation
Il of course Impraticable to convey fully the various
ubjects treated of, as they are of a nature strictly intentded
hr the married or those contemplating marriage. The rene
stions contained In its pages hare proved a blessing to thou
ands, as the innumerable letters received by the authaor(which
e is permitted by the winters to publIsh) will attest.
Sraef qf a Letter frontm genmtleman ti Dajn, 0/o
Prr. . MauVoriceau:
" My wife has been perceptibly sinkitng for some three
'cars or mere, in consequence of her great anguish and suf
rrg somemoths befo're and durIng confinement; every
ucessive one more and more debilitated and prostrated
ecrputting her life in imminent danger, mnd which was on
ho last occasion desparedl of. I sunposed that this state of
bins was Inevitable, and resigned myself to meet the worst.
Ii th time (now about two months) I beard your book
.ihly spoken of, as containing some matters reaching my
sc. On Its receipt and perusal, I cannot express to you the
suet It afforded amy distressed mind, and the joy Its pages
parted to my wife, on learning that the great discovery of
L M. Desomeaux provIded a renmedly. It opened~ a pros
eect to me which I little conceived was possible. No pecu
tarryconsideratoni can ever repay tine oblIgational am under
in ou, for having been the means of Imparting to us the
ntters contained In " The Married Woman's Private Medi
al Companon." But for this, erc another year would have
assed over my head, in aln human probability my wife would
tve been In her grave and my children left motiherlesa."
n cnuence of the0 universalpopularily of time work, as
vdened by Its extraordinary sale, various lnmpositlons have
cen attempted, as well on booksellers as on the publice, by
nitations or tite page, spurioussdtionls, and surreptitious
ufringemets of copyright, and other devices and deceptIons,
has bec. found neceasary therefore.
TO CAUTJON THE PUBLJC
obey no book unless the words "Dr. A. M. MAramcr.ur,
29 Liberty Street, N. Y." is on (and the entry in the Clerk's
ies on the back of) the titie page ; and lpu nly of respee
able an honorable dealers, or send by miall, adaddtes to
nr. A. M. Mauriceau.
g' -pon receipt of Ox: Dou.n~e "THlE MAREIED
70MA 'SPPYATE MEDIlCAL~ COMPANION" is sent
wasld f-ee) to any part of the United States, tli Cantadas
na Brhth Provinces. All letters must be ot-paid, and
u ressed to Dr. A. M. MAUIGHAU, box ht2 New York
iyy. Publishing Onlee, No 129 Liberty Street, hew York.
AoENrs ,N ALtAAu'A.-.l. F. &E. P. N. -Gnisavt, Camn
Ion. Dr. JosEnn TUcxm'a, Mobile.
Auugust25 m 82__ __
Patent Metalic Burial Cases I
!HSE valuable air-tight and indestructible Ca
sefor protecting and preserving the Dead for
rrnary interment, for vaults, Tor tsanasportation, or
hr any other desirnble purpose, are offered for sale
in this Village, cheap for Cash, by
3. M. WITT.
P. 6.-I have on hand an asitment of all sizes.
July 27 tf '--28
WWLJAWSIEAR, Augstar Gan., urms r
eived this day, from New York, superiot
4 LlNEN SH EETINGS, which he will sell at
very low prices. -
A .Aug1 . tf 31
r ' orolirrE s4CONIC BArL,
BaoAD stMR=T, AUGVSTA, OA.
0Ia A14.r3M es 4.O"E'AZA
Are receiving -their full Stock of .
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNIS, YALI8ES
CARPET BAGS, &c., &c.
Our Stock will comprise alLthe most fashionable ar
tides, and those that ean be recommended-for dra
bility. Also, a large and superior lot of
Men's Rip BROGANS and Women's Leather
We feel confident that * . show one of the
BEST ASSORTED Stock of Goods that has ever
been in our City, and request our customers and
friends to give us a call before purchasing.
A ug 29 3m , . 33
NEW SPRING & SUMMER
T IE Subscriber has just received, at his old
Stand, (the Brick Store,) his.Stoek of
Spring, and. Summer Goods,
Comprising almost EVERY VARIETY of Coods
for Ladies Spring and ~Summer wear. Among his
extensive and well assorted Stook. may be found
Black and White, Silk and Lace MANTILLAS,
Ladies' fine worked HANDKERCHIEFS, COL
LARS, Undersleeves and Chemizettes,
Kid and Silk GLOVES and fine MITTS,
A splendid assortment of PRINTS and GING
HAMS, and very cheap,
LINEN DRILLS and other. Goods for Gentle
men and Boys' wear.
A beautiful and extensive lotl .BONNETS and
A fine lot of Moleskin, Panama, Leghorn and
Soft HATS. Also, a large Stock of .
Boots and Shoes,.
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, &c.,
With many other articles too numerous to mention,
all of which will be sold on the most accommoda
07 A liberal discount for Cash.
~B. C. BRYAN.
Edgefield C. H., Mar 27, if 11
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
D RS. A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, respect
fully inform their friends and patrons that
they have just received their YRESH Stock of
Pure and Genuine Drugs, &c.
And will be pleased to wait upon all who may favor
them with their patronage.
Space will not allow us to give a Catalogue in this
place of our Stock of Drugs, Medicines; &c. Suf
fice it to say, we have the FULLEST and
MOST COMPLETE Stock ever
offered in this place.
Edgefield C. H., May 23 tf - 19
Galvanic Batteries & Magneto Electric
,UST received, an sale by
A.G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19'"
Medicine Chests and Travelling Cases.
ON hand a few very fine family Medicine Chests
and Travelling Cases. For sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
Physicians' Buggy Trunks and Pocket
MEDICINE CASES-for sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
Gum Elastic Hot Water Bags and
H OSPITA L CUSHIONS-for stale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
A latge Lot of Glass Ware.
r INCT URE and Specie Stands from one gallon
to half pin, assorted;
.Vitals and Bottles, all sizes. Also, a. few Ther
moeters,-tor sale by
A. G. & T. J. TE AGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
.Brushes, Brushes !
IN Store a fine variety of Paint, Varnish, Grain
ing Blenders, Tanners, Whitewash, Crumb,
Dusting anti Hair Brushes and Combs-Flesh
Brushes and Hair Gloves-Nuil, Tooth ad Shaving
Brushes, &c. For sale by
A. G. & T. J. T EA GUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
Cupping Cases and Scarificators,
A LL kinds. Also, Laneets and a great variety
.Cof Surgical Instruments, for sale by
A. G. .& T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 . f 19
ANEW and improved Style.-Also, Nipple
Glasses, Breast Pipes and Pumps, Nipple
Shields, Teething Rings, &c. For sale by
A. G. & T. J. TE AGUJE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
FOR THE LADIES?
W Ehave on hand a great variety of Colognes,
llandlkerchief Extracts, Toilet Powders and
n assortment of Fancy and Toilet Soaps;
Pomades, Pure Bears Oil, Ihair Tonics, Restora
tives and Hair Dye;
Pt eston Salts and Aromatic Vinegar;
Cream of Beauty, Caration Rouge, Hair Do
pilatory, &o., to all of which the attention of the
Ladies is respectfally invited. For sale by
A. G. & T. J. TE A.GUE, Druiggists.
May 23 t f 19
AT UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICES.
Wl? LLIAM SHEAR, Augusta. Geo., has this
Vdaiy marked his LadieCs' SUMMER DRESS
SILKS at unprecedented Low Prices, and would
respectfully invite the public to examine his assort
Agusta, July 30, tf 29
ine Flour and.a Good Turnout,.
lIE Undersigned begs to inform the publIc
. that his Mill, seven miles East of the Court
Eouse, has been placed in thorough condition for
the grinding of WHIEAT AND CORN. The
best roek-dre.sser in the District, Mr. G. E. HaENST,
has fixed every thing about it in htis best style, ad
I am now prepared to please all who may favor me
with their patronage. A share of custom is respeet
fully solicited. JAS. 11. SWE ARINGEN.
August 1 . tf 29
(ON hand a fine supply of Brussels, Tapcstry
JVelvet, Ingrain and Venetian CARPETS,
which wiall be sold at very low prices.
Augusta, July 30, _ I.f 29
Clook Repairing !
T H Subscriber would respectfully inform the
citizens of E~dgefleld Village and viciuity, that
lie has taken the House formerly occupied by Mrs.
R. Gray, opposite the Planters Hotel, for the pur
pose of carrying on the
CLOCK REPAIRINVG BUSIINESS.
All work entrusted to his care will be attended te
ith neatness and despatcb. He will also give his
teietion to the REPAIRING OF FURNITURE.
o ewarrants satisfaction to all, and solicits a liberal
patronage. WM- LEWIS.
Jan 10 tf 52
N o ticec.
A L Persons indebted to the Estate of Jacob B.
Smnith, are requestcd to make payment, and
all having demands against the same wllt hand them
in properly attested.
Au- GEO. A. A DDISON. 5Ex'ors.
J UST received and opened a fine supply of ex
eellent Tobacco.' Try it.
R. H. SULLIVAN.
June3 If - 22
IS ereby givcn that application will he made at
..the next Ses4ion of the Leislature, for an act
to incorporate the Edgefield Village Baptist Church.
Aug 15 3m 31
S hetvhy civen, that application will benmade at
Ithe next Session or the Legislature for certait
amnendnmets to the Charter of the Halmburg Build
in.t and Luan A ssociation.
,,..... , . S,.L -1, 2m - 4
T HE next Saiio1'iU- U@e 1otae
the 17th Sept., sad cntinue fourteen
The system of Ihstruetion, tdberwhte ihh1si
tution has retained its, popularity for the Let four
years will be continu A $Jthrich pvements as
an enlarged e snThe uens
pe~t'ese IU beoo ssid s ,.'svral.
met.- b i aEeg e a
indron t e b .T
branehe. of sudy- Xi-es s''asv - i os
who wish.fortheihdaughtersan est ged d
We considpr theacomplishmetsf4of the s
the surest e ofsucces for ' th t e ,
rely upon these, and oar continued effots'oL ihe
Doming year, for tie oont upe :
patronage Which he' a'Nlm.s io
corded to this.Institutionu . . . :
It is of importance to the- Ppili :ili t be
present ae early as possible fsth a , ", e'?.
The Rates of Tuition in tlfe dilbsebt de.... e.
will remain unehanged. TheyassasifOV8ae2a
.ol~ eal pa
Primary ? - a" ts .k 1W~p
Optiemal StudIS -k -
Pe wnci ;su .caaps:ts ET 14
MusicDepartment .- -.. -..#
French " .
Drawing " - - -
Pupils using the Chemical and
paratus are charged eash $2 AS
&c. And those pracicTn upon the
Institute pay aech $1 a Sessioner fas h pig
There is also a charge pois-ill th'e
cents aSession for -onk
SAll bills re. ay eat the close of eachlq
elon. C B. .:. R~AYMOND;
August 29 tr. . 3'W &
T HE MALE DEPARTMENT ..these Aad.
.mies is under the supervisionof Mr. .
LESLY. Assisted liy Mr. BAS - - - -Ma
;The Female Department. will be, saperviase.
Mr. A. P. BUTLER, assisted b oompetest at
sical and othor'instructores. - - "* :a
S BRates- of Tultiont' -.
First Class, PrimarytepartmentveSo f e
2nd " ordinary English.liranches,..... 12
364' ' higher.English braicieh:.:...
4th a ' Greek and Roman LteraewI .as.
higher Mathematie...... .
Pupils are eha-ged'from the timef-iatringoo
til the end of the Session.4' uition ia advange..
The- year is divided iAto two S1eion of
months each. " .
M- Good.board can be liad i.thbneighbqsho
at from $8 to $10 dollars per month.
ROBT. MER M~R
- - Cbair'n Board of:T stges
..Feb14 . uf5
" "Notime- ..
'THE- Subscriber.respectfully. isnms, the, m
.of Edgefield and vicinity.t ehi. intend ei
ing a School upon 'his premises" ita'EdBge~id
lage, on'the first Monday in August: net be
will be taught the higher branches .f ..
English and Olassica :iteratr .
No pains will be spared to render-ample satisaetia
to parents who nay intrust their nhildren to his-aest
both as to lerruing and discipline;. Charge he
same as at the Village Academy...and invarisy.is
" He will also attend to the pratle. T
and EQUITY, for the Distrie-d may be f
on Saturdays and a portion of sale daysat-his'Ofd
over Mr. B.C. Bryan's Store. "'N'
July 30, - it. 29
EDGEFIELD C. H., E.C. - - .
T H E Subscribers
continue to build
-to order, and of the
BEST MATERIAL that can be procured,
Carriages, Buggies, kob e
Or sVrY S-rs.sANzDuscarr1'Zon. They also k
contantly on ha a fine and varieasesortmentg.
New and Seconad-Hla'fd tarriage's
tREPARING neatly and promptly
ed to 0 .- ..
Thankful for- past patronage, they liope by givin
due attention to their bisiness and the interests '
their customers1 to continue to re'elve a liberals'
of publie favo.C. McGREGOR,.
Mar 28 If1L
A LL~ Persons.having demande againstthe Estat
of B. R. Addison, deec'd., are reqpested .
present theni properly atteated to the undersign
to whom also those- indebted to- the Estate aie re
qired to make prompt. payment.
G'. L. PENNY
Adm'or with the Will nn
May 9 . tf . 17
)"BBLS. and Half Barrels No. 3 M k
OREL. Also, . -
A few Kite, quarter and half bbls N4o. 1, M'ae
rel. J. SIBLEY & SOW9.
_ar nJan 24_t
"Economny is Wealth-PA'
GOOD elean Rags of every description iwill
purchased at the " Advertiser Oficee." Pr
3 eta per pound. Now, hero's a chance for b
every body, and old bachelor's too, tomabe
A pril 18 t f4
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. .
M~.ary Morgan an'd otfiers, )
*s - Bill for Pareit
Sam. P. Getzen and others: -.
- dlt-Gsberne-. nnsand his wife Wa.
reside beyond the limits of this State, on
r.-RoaOAGNE Complainant's Solicitor, It is ord'
that'the said Idefendants do plead, answer or
to the allegations of the Billabove designated'
i thiree months from the publication of this
or judgment pro confeeese wilf be entered '
them. A. SIMKJNS, C. E. .D
Comm'i-s OieJune 12, 3m 23
Merinos and DeLaines,
AT VERY LOW PRICE
T HE Subeeriber will sell his present Ia
of French and English. MERINOS sad
DLA INES, at wey Low Fries. The
embraces a great variety.?f styhes-. for Eadtee
Children's laresses. Also, supeuies Welb'
and Siik Warp Flannels.
WH:PJA M SHEA
Augusta, July 30, f- .
S E. BOWERS, Agent, may be
. the American Hotel, where 3 .
professional services to thte public.
gr Large bills entruste to his charge w4
put up in the neatest styler and fees vety
Hamburg, Aug 13 . f . 3
Edgelleld & Alken Raig
NOTICE is hereby given.tshatspprnea'i
made at the next Session of our'
for a Charter incorporating a dnai
.Rail Road from Aiken orAuguststo .'
June 27 .3m
A LL Persons indebtetto Edwar4 Co'
eased, as also all pEtionshaving any il
against the aid decased, will appearwitir
prpryattested, at the lute residenee
cesed, on Thursday thew 20th of Speie
for finaluettlemenit. - . -
T RE Subseriber wishes. teou14t
pries for the u w.-L-, H RM
T HB Subumrber ba t -of B
Tat his emidenee. . 7 ,a
3: n=u.v rONrfS .