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Edgefleld [Collegiate Istituie
FOR YOUNG LADIES ! i:
T IE Winter Session for 185, will commence on
Monday, 14th January.
tIates of Tuition and regulations the same as
publishede last year.
C14 AS. A. ItAl 1MOND, PRINCIPAL.
Edgefiell,Jan 1 tf 51
T IE Undersigned have formed a partnership
fbr the Practice of Law for Edgefield District.
On#e or both will at all times be found at their
Olfico in Law Range.
M. L. BONTAI,
kgefielf, Dec 24, 1855. 2m* 51
Tj t M1JiAgned have formed a Partnership
.for the practice of Law in Eldgefield District.
W. C. MORAGNE,
H. W. ADDISON.
Dec 25, 1855. t ~ 50
A LL those indebted to the Undersigned. either
by Note or Aecount, ate earnestly requested
tcome furward and settle, as money I NEED. and
mobey'l. MUST HAVE. All those who fail to
'oniply with this request by Return Day may expect
ko -eettle with an Attorney.
A. G. TEAGUE.
Jan 1, 7t 51
Post Oflice Notice.
'ROM and after this date, all letters must be pre
- paid by Stamps. .
A. RAMSEY, P. M1.
January 1, 1856. 3t 51
Post OUlee Notice.
'r BE Rent er Boxes for this year will be 25 cts
r per quarter. A. RALMSEY, P. 5M.
January 1, 1856. 3t 51
There i8 a point beyond which forbearance ceases
to be justice.
A LL Persons indebted may settle with me, in
-perion, (and thereby save cost.) at my Count
tig Room until the 5th day of February, (sale day,)
iiftUr that time with Joseph Abney, Esq., ny At
I would most gladly be relieved from the unpleas
ant duty of collecting my dues by law, but unpleas
ant-as it may be, justice to myself imperatively de.
mands it; and I shall certainly make no exceptions,
-nor do I wish to be questioned hereafter as to the
motive of my action. W. P. BUTLER.
JanI 5t 51
The State of South Carolina,
TO THE MANAGERS OF ELECTION FOR
IN obedience to the writ of Election issued by
the Honorable R. F. W. ALLSTON, President of
the Senate, on the 14th day of December instant,
You, and each of you, are hereby required, after
due advertisement, and with strict regard to all the
provisions of the Constitution and Laws of the said
State, touching your duty in such case, to hold an
eleetioh for a member of the Senate for the Election
Dis'trict aforesaid, to serve.for the remainder of the
term for which TILLNIAM WATSON, lately the
the sitting Member, was elected to serve: The
Polls to be opened at the various places of cection
within the said Distriet on the SECONl MON
DAY in .lanuary next and the day following, by
the various sets of Mlanagers for thtose places re
spectively. The M1anagers for all the plaees of
election aforesaid to meet at Edgetield Court [Louse
on the Wednesday after, count the votes and de
clare the electio~n.
BEINJ. WALDO, CnHA., pro tern,
Board of Mlanagers ot Election.
.De 1 9 . St 49
NTOTICE is hereby given that an E LECTION
Lwill be held on the SECON D MlONDA Y in
.January next, to fil the vacancies about to occur in
the Ofices of CLERK, ORDINA RY and SUlER
iFfor Edgefield District.
Te Polls will be opened for ONE D AY ON LY.
*The blanagers will meet at Edgefield Court
House on the W~ednesday tfollowing, count out tho
votes and declare the Election.
TliOS. G. A CON, C. E. D.
Nov 10, 1855. 3m 44
$10,000 Wanted for 1856,
TIlE Subscriber wishing to restrict his business
exclusively to the CASII SYSTEMl, takes
this opportunity to infornm his patrons that he will
open no Books for accounts this year. It is useless
to enlarge as to the advantaires, both to buyer anad
seller of this system. All ackuowledge it to be the
- Intendng to keep a good supply of articles in the
?aeious branchecs of my business, I respectfully so
licit a continuance of the liberal pnatroanage so long
extended. Conic on now with your small change,
and let us try i- one year, and see how it works.
G. L. PENN, Ac7.x-r.
Jan ', 1855. tf 51
-- HAVE just opened my usual large supply of
.LFresh Garden Seeds from the well known Gar
.den of ID. Landreth .& Son, of Philadelphia. It
i s-generally acknowledged that Seeds groivn in this
-Garden are equel, if not sup,:rior to any grown in
this country. G. L. PENN, AGLaT.
.JanI1 tf 51
BY an order from UI. T. Wright, -Ordinary of
Edgefield District, we will proceed to sell on
Wednesday, the 1 6th .1innuary next, at the late resi
Jonee of James S. Shadraek, dee'd., the following
Orap of Corn, Cotton, Fodder, &c., Stock of all
4tinds, Farming Tools, ke., with such other pro
gerty as is usually found on a farmr of such size.
Teams-A credit until the 25th December next,
1856, with interest from date. Purchasers will be
aequired to give notes with ample security before
the delivery of property. All .sunms under $5 will
.be required in ah
HE.ZEKIAHI BURNET, ~
TIIEODO)RE M. FISHER jAd'ora.
N. B.--The plantation will be rented at the-same
time and piace.
Jani1 2t 51
State of South tlarolina,
BYH. T. WRIGHT, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield
Whereas, Shadrach Hlolmes, bath applied to me
for Letters of Administration, on all and sinignlar the
goods and chales, rights and credits of tSingleton
hlmes, late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of thes said deceas
Dd, to be and appear before mne,at our nes Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
C. H.-, on the 14th day of January nest, to show
pause, If any, why the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this 31st day ofDec.,
in the year of our Lescd one thousand eight hundred
and fifty-five, and in the 80th year of American lode
pe~adac~.H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D).
JaQ. 2 tue 52
A LL Persons having denmands against tihe Es.tato
of Win. H1. A dams, dee'd., are hereby notilled
to present the same, properly attested, for payment,
and, those who are eindebted to the Estate, are re
quested- to make payment to
E. PENN, Admn'or.
Jan 24 tf 2
L:Iast Call !
P ERSONS indebted to the Undersigned will
take' this as the last Notice. I have waited pa
tiently for twelve months, and on some much lotnger
and niow I must say, thmat I want the money. 'Those
who do not paty up1>y- the 6th dlay of February next,
* rill have to pay for their delay.
JAS. 11. SUtLLI VAN.
n)eor. 41 50
.LEDGjEJ?1LBLD NYACHINE SHOP,
JOHN M, WITTea
takes ph-asure i
calling the atten
tion of the citizens of Edgefield District, to hi,
Which is now in successful and complete operation
and alsn solicits an examination of his
Where lie has on hand an extensive variety of beau
tiful and well-finished FURNITURE, consisting o
Mahogany, Walnut, Rosewood, Maple and Pine
E10IAV3 ST-A332 S3n
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, &c., ke
Havina 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.
0 I will sell the above articles on as reasonabh
terms as the times will allow. Those who pay Casi
for their Furniture in A ugusta or Charleston wil
not find -nuch difference in our cash charges.
S(.all and inspect the above Furniture befor<
Edgefield C. 1., Sept 5 tf 34
MiORRIS & HUETT, DAGUERREANS
..irespectully announce to the Ladies and Gen
tlemen of Edgefieldi, that they are now prepared t<
execute in the line of their Profession, and in th<
VERY BEST STYLE, the
Most Perfect Likeness
Of all who may favor them with their patronage.
They would be happy to exhibit to the citizemu
of the Town and surrounding country specimens o
Daguerreotypes recently taken by them, whiel
have met with universal admiration. Call at theii
Room in the Carolina Hotel, and satisfy yourself.
Our object will be to give entire satisfaction, ane
no pains will be spared to secure this reult.
Edgefield, Dec 19 tf 49
T HE exercises of this Institution will be re
sumed on the Fourth Monday of January
under the superintendance and instruction of Mr
G. G A LPillN, aided by competent Assistants.
All necessary repairs and additions to the building
will be completed by the opening of the School.
RATES OF TUITION, &c., the same as foi
the last twelve years, are as follows:
For Elementary Department, Class Ist, embracin
Ortlhograpehy, Reading, Writing and Child's Ge
ography, per Sest-ion, of 3 weeks,........$6 Q(
For Elementary Depar't, Class 2nd,incluing above
and Arithmetic & Mlitelcell's Geography, per Ses
sion of 20 weeks............ ..........8 0(
For Intermediacte Departmenet, icluding above,nn
ilistory and English Grammcar,....10 00
For ligher Depalrtmient, so much of above as may
be considered nlecessary, with, Natural Pheileosophey
Chieistry aend Mndathematicael Sciences, per Ses
sicn ef 29) weeks,...................12 00
Classicael Diepaertent. emberacineg all the studies ne
eessary to quea'fy the studlent for admission int(
Sophomore Class, S. C. Coll-ge, pr Sea. $15 00
Students are charged freon time of entrance te
nd of Sessioen. No leduction for absence unless
aused by sickness of two weeks eluratieo ; and
veen deduction is expected t'... 'rincipal .mnust be
otifed at the time.
There will be an additional Twenty cents per
eolar, per Session, to meet the incidental expen
se of the School. W. IhARRISON, ChmaI.
1)e c 2(iSt 50
IIE Trustees of Elton Aecdemry take great
Uphmasure in ancnonnejing that they have se
ured the servis of Mlr. PATVRICKi 11. A DAMAS,
gradneate of thme South Carolina College, as their
echer foer the year 1856. The exercises of the
A cademy will be resumed on the first Monday in
The ates oef Tuition aire as follows:
For Laetin, G'reek anid thme higher branches of Mlath
ema~ties, Pleelosophey, Chemistry, &c., per Session
of 56 rnonths,.....................$8 O(
For Enrlish Branches, including English Gram
mar, Geography, A rithmetic, &c., pr Ses. $12 00
This Academy is situated in a healthy part of the
Distrit, and is removed from scenes of dissipation
The Trustees feel no heesitaetion in recommending
their Academy as worthy, in every respect, ofa
iberal share of patronage.
W Goode Board can he obtained convcnietnt to
te A cadenmy at about $8S per month, mnteldm
vahIing acid lights.
S. W. NICHOLSON,
D. R. STROTEIER,
R. W. ADAMS. J
Dece26 St 5
WARD, BURCHARD &00O.
A RE now opening their FA LL and WIINTEf
tsu pple ofdllHOIC E F AMILY D R
GOODS, selected with great care froim recent In
portations, and comprisinr an assortment which foe
RICHNESS, VARIETY AND EXTENT,
is not usually found ine this market. As they noew
hive the reputation of sellineg First Clas9
GoodM upon a MtUCII LOWER SCALE OF
PRICES thcan they heave been usually brought here,
they beg to assuretheir friends in Edgehield District
that they initend to keep up this standard of
Ad to KEEP DOWN PRICES to a fair remu
Cai Tee Cush and prompt paying customers, and
to none others, we sehall off'er great inducements te
visit our establishemenet. Our Stock consists in part
of the followineg
RICH VELVET BROCADE SILES;
oio Antigue SILKS, in black and colors ;
New and beautiful shades of Plain seed Ripped
SILKS, very heavy acid rich;
Plaid and Striped SILKS en great variety;
Black Italian and Taffita SILKS;
Silk Robes, Satin Turk, Cashmeres, DeLaines;
A meline Cloths, Plaid Stuff's:
French and English M E RINOS, all shades ;
Plevin DeLaines, Persian Cloths;
Egisht, French and American CA LICOES and
G ING II AMS, Calico ROBES, &c.;
Black Bombazines, Canton Crapes;
Canton Clothse, Black Challies and Alpatcas;
EMBROIDERIES and LACE Goods of every
EVEN ING liRESS GOODS in every variety.
Mens' and Boys' Wear.
CLOTlS, CASSIM ER ES, SATINETS, VEt.ST
INGS, TWN EEDS, &c.
For Family Use.
fATH, WhITNEY aned ROSE BLANKETS:
Lieni andu Cotteen Shteetings ;
Pllow Caese Linens and Cottons;
Red, White, Grey, Greece, Blue, Welsh, Saxony
and11 Domcestic F"LANNELS:
Table Datmask, D oylies, Napkins, Towelings;
Wine Cloths, Fruit Cloths;
Lace acid ?luslint Curtains, Curtain Materials;
Coored antd White Dimities ;
Huckaback and Birds Eye Diapers, &e.
NGOBLANKETS, Georgia and Kentnek:
Plains, Cottmn Osinabirgs, Georgia stripees, &e.
W Ordlers filled with thce most careful attenition
aced all G;oeds Waurrancted.
WVARD, BU1CHEA RD& CO.
ust.... Sept18 tfe 36
H. L, CUNNINGHAM & CO,
GROCERS AD PRO VIS19 MERCHANTS,:
AND DE.ALElS IN
FOREIGN WINES & LIQUORS,
HAMBURG, S. C.
W E take this opportunity of returning thantks
to our patronsand friends for the very liberal
encout1ragencit and favors we lave received, ir
several years past, and respectfully solicita cmlntmu
ance of the same. Our higjhest aims, and best en
deavors will be to merit and deserve the patronage
of our old customers, friends and the public gene
rally, by conducting our business as we have dune
r heretofore, and increasing our reputation 1")r
Low Prices and Fair Dealing,
And making it to the decided advantage of all who
favor us with their tradle.
The increased patronage we have rectived and
are coitinnally receiving has induced us to B;UY A
LA RG E and VEL L ASSO.T E1.) Stock of Gooods,
in order to meet the growing denands and increase
The Superior Quality
Of all Goods offered to the Public at this establish
ment, is so well known that verv little need be said
upi.n this subject. But with the Unity of LOW
PRICES. and the ViEliY BIEST QUALITY OF
GOODS, is the system of Ibusiness the stilscribers
are determined to carry (out. This will be made ap
plicable to-every branch of their business.
Our Goods in all instances will be -: lat they are
represented to be-nod when sol by sample, shall
always be in conformity wvith the saiple.
Wfe are constantly reevivngL :md have int Store
a COMPLETE ASSO rTml EIT i
G R O C E R I E S,
LOAF, CRUSHED. CLARFIED, ST. CROIX
AND ORLEANS SUGARS.
ORLEANS SYRUP & CUA 310LASSES.
TENNESSEE AND BA l'llaitKE BACON, LARD
SODA, STA RCH, SOA P,
WHITE WINE AND API'LE VINEGARS, &c.
A large assortment if
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Consisting (if Pipes, I lalf Pipes and Quarter Casks of
Of the fullowing celebrated Brands and Vintages,
Otard, Dupy & Co., 1831, 1814. 1847.
A lex. Signett, 1852, 1655.
MIartel & Co., IP17.
Azarat Signett, 1419.
J. J. Dupy, 18418.
P. Siunett, I1850.
OLD BORDEAUX & CIIAM PAGNE 11l1ANDIES.
MADEIRA, PORL1 AND SIERRY WINES,
JA31AICA AND ST. CItoIx iUt3S.
GIBSON'S EAGLE W 11 IS K E Y, AND
Domestic Liquors of all kinds!
TiE ARRZANGEMENTs of our Store are suic as tot
make this Establishiment in fact the substitute of the
cellar of every consumer.
I1OTELS and persois wanting small assorted
lots of Choice Wines and Liquors for special occa
sions, can be supplied at the siorttst notice.
COUNTRY TRADE supplied at the wholesale
FAMILIES can command the best Table Wines
at very low prices, as also the chteapest soits of
Wines and Liluors for etlinary lput rploses.
PHYSICIANS reqiiing fine Lisinors fur nedi
e.. ptrposes are partieulirly solicited to call aid ex
amiine out Stock.
We keep constatntly on h:mnd a
Of Saddles, Bridles, MStrtinoitaes, W hips, Sadldle
IJhmikets, lBed lBlnikets, -everal ICatses of line
Sewed mtal Pegged Boots andii Shoei.s, La
dies. Alisses antd C'hiidren'~s $lhos,
er's Do00:s, i~iys anid Mlen's
Brogansi1 tromt No 1lto 15,
Fur, Wouol and silk Illats,
Georgia Platiins, Guinny mald ittndee lIiggintg,
lBale Rope. Twinet, &o., ke.
We solicit CASIi O01l)El4$ fromo parties not
visiting our Townt, andl will etilheavor iti all istant
ees to satmisfy int every paticu lar, atll whot cotttble
their orders to us.
Persuons visitintg itis .itarket are earmnetly sulieileud
to give us a call biefare th1ey mtake t heir j'ureil::ses.
We are determinedl to miake it to thui advanitaige
by selling thteimlih.-ir supiehs LOW ERt thant they
cani buv thtem elsewhere.
117'We will give tihe mar~tket ptice for Cotton,
attd every othter kinid of produce(.l ll'ered.
JI. L. CUNN INGITAM,
Ihamburg. SeptI _8 tf 3
of LARiK & lICCEM l.\ST~IC, was iskolved
by mutual consent ott the. Intth Deembet le55.
Either of the Pairtners will ums* the itmtie of the
Firmt in liquidlationt. Thme accounits andil ntes will
be kept at the Store of .1. C. I ~irk, the. samle as lie
cupied by us. We partienl~trly requnest outr cil
turmers and friends to call and elose upl thitr openi
accounts hvy Notes tr Casht.
.\ S. C. L.\RK.
EC. .1. IWCI.\A$TER.
IHamburg, December 10, 1855.
TILE Undersignedl having purt- .
Schased of E. J1. Jltckmnaster his
interest in thte firmi of Latrk & Bmnekm~aster, tamk.'
this moethod of informing his friels and eu.-tomters
that he will continue thte butsiness at the sonle stantd
as heretofore, whtere lie will be ph-ased1 to) see thmemi.
I intend keepinig a large Stock of all kinds of Goods
In the Grocery Line,
Sell as cheap as can he aflntded, an:d will pay the
highest nmarket price for Cottoin. Fllnr. Uaeon. &e.
JAS. C. LA RK.
IHamburg, Dee 10, 1855. t 501
Water Proof Ware-House,
- TIlE Subscriber hast. taken thle 'e.
5 PantrsWater Proof
Warc-H~ouue, formerly oceinpiedl by .\lr. .ioon
UstnR, Sr.,- and Iiy strict attlit 11 tbusitness llt
hopes to merit a liberal sha~re Elf thte paltionnay of
the genterous public of' the uppm. ad Cotton-tgrow
The Ware House is albewe higli water~ tmark. and
more secure front Fire tinn ainy othter Ware ilouse
I will also attend to receiving antd forwarding
Goods, &c.,intrusted to miy care.
C. HI. K IENNEY.
Hamnburg, Sept 1st, 18$55. tf 34
112T Intdependetnt Press will copy one mionth and
or ward account to C. I1. K.
D I S S 0 L UJ T I O N.
1 'HlE Co-.Partnership heretofore existing beotwieen
the Undersigned, untder thte Firni of WV.&
1. Unir.. is dissolved by mutual consentt.
Thte unsettled bitsiness of the lFirmt will lie ade
justed by Wiiu.tAMn 1hu..L who is Iduly authorised to
use the name of the Firmi itn hiliehdtilo.
Hamburg, S. C., A ugust 31, 1855.
TlE U~ndersignued wizll conltinue thte bumsiness in atll
its branches at the Old Standl, where lie wuouhl he
pleased to have A LL who' are imtebetted to the Firmi
it anywise, to call aitl settle withoulit dehlty.
Hamburg, A ug 31, 1855. bm 315
IN Store a fie variety of Paitnt. Yarnish, (Grtiin
ing Bleitiers, Tintners. WhIitewash,. Crumbil.
Dusting andl Ilair Urouse amu' (Combs-lesh
Brushes and HIair Gloves-Nail, T'oot hi antd Shaving
Brushes, &c. For sale by
A. G. & T1. d1. T1 ICA G 1. , Drttggists.
May 23 tf 19
IS sUcreby giveni to all cnernled, thtat a inal set
thetnent w~ill lie male oin thle Estate of I )ttiiel
Smith, dit-'d., in the OJrdIiinay's I 1lliee att Ekdetield
. H.,0on the 4th Aloniday3 in .lann~ary niext. All
peronts indebted wtill pletase manke patymnent by the
aboe time, arid thtose having demnatids will hereset
tleml by the same time. -4
.J0OIIN P. AlICK LIEl, 1 E'or.
B. C. B RYA N,
At hvis Old Stand, the Brick Store,
H AS .Tust received his FALL AND WIN
TER GOODS, to which he invites his cus
lowers and the public to call and examine for them
elves, as lie has a
LARGE AND COMPLETE
assortment of all kinds of
Goods for Ladies' ,Dresses,
Amongst which may be found
Rich. Plain, Black, Figured, Watered and Striped
Plain and Fiaured Aluslin DELAINES.'
French and English MERINOS;
linck ROMBAZINE, ALPACCA and CAN
TON CLOTHS. A very line assortment of
Ladies' Cloaks, Talnias & Mantillas.
a large and beautiful stock of
A full supply or
TWEEDS. KENTUCKY JEANS, SATI
NETS and CASSIMERES,
For Men and Boys wear.
A splendid and well selected assortment of
Kerseys, Blankets & Negro Shoes,
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY,
SIIOES, HATS, CAPS, 4C.
With every article generally kept in a Dry Goods
Store. Thankful for past favors, I hope by strict at
tention to business to umerit a continuance of the same.
lT A liberal discount always made for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
Oet.2 tf 38
FURNITURE A ND CARPET
C. A. PLATT & CO.,
11ROA) ST., AUGUSTA, GA. -
I AVING enlarged our Establishment to an
extent not erjualled in the Southern country,
we are now prepared to furnish articles of our own
and Norheirn manufneture at prices that cannot fail
to give satisf.ietion. Our Ware-flooms are always
fild with li the
OF TilE LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE
Connected with our Ware-Rooms, we have a
large establishient, the nachinery in which is driven
by steam power, where we can at the shortest no
tice, manufaecture any artile not usually kept on
In our Furniture Department, which embraces
three Stories, can be found
Every Article of the latest Design,
ainl we particularly request all persons to look be
fre purelmsing elscwlhere, as we guarantee to du
pieate any artiele at Charleston prices.
We also have on hand a splendid Stock of
Tapestry, Brussels. Ingrain, Wilton, Three-Ply,
Duteh Ilemp and Cotton
CRUMB CLOTHS and DRUGGETS,
(all sizes and widths.)
CURTAIN STUF TS.
Damnsk, Lace al Muslin Curtains, Gimps, Cords,
Tassels, Cornices, Band-i and Pins of the
Rugs, Door Mats and Stair Rods,
FLOOR AND TA" .E OIL CLOTHS,
Of all widtlhs, and of high reputaition as to style
'mnl 1pality, and cut to fit ay size room or entry in
g- Thie attention of buyers is respectfully re
r1Utste'l to, the abocve, which comprise the best and
larst assortment ever ofiered in this city.
C. A. PLAT?,
N. B. A DA M.
A ugusta, October 1, 1855.
U nd er taking.
lITAVING added to our extensive Cabinet Es
.L. tabIlislunent a Ciffin Wareroofln, we
ire n' w prepared to furnish FISK'S celebrated
MTA LIC BURIAL CASES and COFFINS
3f every sIL ize an style of finish at thme shortest
Ordlers at night or on Sunday, will receive prompt
'cttention if left at Alr.J. B. PLA'lTS residence
emn Ellis Street, in rear of, the store.
C. A. PL AT? & CO.
A ugusta. Oct 1 4m 38
Female C olle giat e Institute,
T II[8 Institution will be open for thme reception of
Pupils on the first Ntouwlay in -January next,
itd cluose thme last day in September, making ono
lonin Termn of Nine Months. The Faculty will
lr. F. A. CONNORI, A. -*M., PausmDNTs AND
]'RtFEssoa or NATU;RAL, SCIENCE AND AiAEAT
Rtv. T. E. W ANNA MA KER, A. M., Paoveson
OF MlORAL1it.nv.osornY, IEv3DENCE OF CRs
-rr N rry Ast) BEIME LETrras.
I. ih. L;EU it, 'aoFEssioan F hMtsiC AND hMoD
Ea RNIA Neit.t !-:s.
1iss 31.\ IY lE. SN E AD, IsTRao(CrTss mN rAINT
150, ELstanownnyv &C.
Tfhe lecardt of Trustees have secured the services
ouf a F'aculty composed of worthy Master Masons,
eminent for purity of character, and high literary
ttainments, whose every ef'ort will be to educate
oung lnieis so as to adorn any sphere in life.
"Our new blasonie building will be completed by
the openinig or the Term, and tlhe Board intend
rurnishitag it with every appurtenance necessary to
he aecluisition of an education of the highest order.
As they haive dentermined that this Institutien shall
be secu'nd to none, so they confidently expect the
neouragenlt and patronage of an enlightened
For any. information necessary, we refer to our
Cirelar, or to any member of the Committee, or
P'resident of( the Faeulty. .
.1. K. VA NCE,
B.Z. I1ERNDON, Committee.
F. ~F. GAIRY.3
_Cokesbury, Oet 20, lot 41
Patent Jyletalic Burial Cases!I
r 3 IE sutwcritber has always on band, at his Fur
n iture Establishment, a large assortment of
hese valuable air-tight and indestruotable Cases,
for preservinig the Dead for ordinary interment, for
vuls. for transportation, or for any other desirable
I have also on hand, an article of a different form
amd finish fromc, those heretofore furnished, for the
purpose of meeting more fully the taste and desire
of those who are not altogether pleased with th6
shape and appearance of the former style. They
rare cmposed of the same I MIPElIISHIA BLE M A
ERlA LS, while the exterior shape and finish is in
reseb~lance of the most beautiful and highly POL
IsiED) ROSE WOOlD.
The assortment comiptizinig A LL SIZES, front an
infanttt up to the largest size person, all of which will
be sold on reasonable ternns. J. M. WI'.
sept2b ..tr . 37
HOSPITAL FOR NEGROES,
AT AUGUST A, GA.
T H E Undersigned would call the attention of the
citizens of Edgefield and A bbeville Districts
to their INFInMA RY for- SICK NEGROES and
those requiring SURGICAL OPERATIONS.
Whil the completeness of our arrangements
inords to the patient every comfort, it also enables
us to render miore enicient treatmtent to Chronic
Cases, thtan can genierally be secured in ordinary
private piract ice. Our sp~ecial aecommodations for
the managemenit of Chronic diseases of females, so
commnn in Negroes, are ample and complete.
For Nur.sing,13uanrding and Lodging, pr mon, $10
For Treatmecnt,----Thie ordinary rates of practIco.
I(' Commuications5 addressed to us at this place
will meet with prompt attention.
I. F. CAMlPBELL, Surgeon,
Ri. CA MPBEL L, A ttending Physician.
A u ,gu -ta, A pril 301 tf 16
ANE1W nnd improved Style.--AMs, Nipple
I Gilasses, lireast Pipes ar~d Pumps, Nipple
Shields, Teethting Rings, ke. For sale bny
A. 0. & T. J. TE AGUE, Druggists.
T HE Exereiies of these Institutions will be re
samed on the third Monday in January next.
As heretofore, Mr. JAMES L. LESLEY will
act w Principal of the Male Department.
The Female School, with the Primary Depart
ment of the Male Academy, will be conducted by
Mr. A. P. BUTLER, assisted by the learned and
highly accomplished Miss A. E. ARTHUR, and
other competent Teachers.
Rates of Tuition- por Session.
First Class, Primary Department,..........$9 00
Second " Ordinary English Branehes,....12 00
Third " Iligher " " ,.1.15 00
Fourth " Greek and Roman Literature
with higher Mathematics,.............20 00
French, ' Embroidery, Needle work,- &e., usual
The Scholastie year will be divided into two Ses
sions of five months each. Pupils will be charged
from the time of entering to the end of the Session.
Tuition in advinee
Good Bonta can be had in the Village at from
$8 to $10 per month.,
S. P. GETZEN,
A. J. HAMMOND, ;l
S. W. GARDNER, n
J. C. PORTER,
A. P. BUTi.ER,
11. A. SHAW.
Dee 5 if 47
Spartanburg Female College,
J. WOFFORD TUCKER, Esq., President and
Professor of English Literature.:
REV. SAMUEL B. JONES, Professor of
Mathematics and Natural Science.
, Professor of Ancient Languages.
MISS PH(EBE PAINE, Modern Languages,
and Assistant in English Department.
MR. WILLIAM SCIERZE R, Professor of
009f- (DIP 75T
PRIMARY DErAar r.NT.
Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, English Grammar
First Class--English Grammar, (reviewed,)
Arithmetic, (continued,) Geography. (with Maps,
continued,) Outlines of History, English Compo
Rhetoric, Logic, Composition, (continued,) Bota
ny, Algebra, History, (continued,) Latin, (commen
History, (continued,) Latin, (continued,) Geome
try, Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, Moral'Philo
Trigonometty, (with its applications.) Latin, (con
tinued,) French, Astronomy, Mental Philosophy,
Evidences of Chritianity.
Instruction in English Compnsition and Analysis,
continued through the whole course.
TurrIon FEss AND INCIDENTAL ExrENszs.
Tuition for College course, proper, embracing all
the studies enumerated, per Term of one scholnstic
year, payable half yearly in advance......$40 00
MusiC EXTRA, PEt TERM OF ONE YEAR.
On Piano... ................. $40 00
Guitar.......;.................... 25 00
Use of Piano,...................... 3 00
Contingent,........................ 2 00
Primary Departmnt, per Term of one year, paya
ble as above,.......................... 20 00
Board on the Campus, under the direction of the
Officers of the Institution, per month, including all
expenses of Lights, Fuel, Washing, &c., $12 001
payable at the end of each half year.
Text Book can be furnished, if desirable, at cost
:7 The above includes all charges. No other
fees, ordinary or extraordinary, will be charged for
any or all the branches enumerated.
This institution went into operation on the fourth
Wednesday in A UGUST last, and will end its first
Term on the fourth Wednesday in DECEMBER.
Non-resident Pupils will he required to board on
the Campus, except in a special class of cases provi.
ded for by a resolution of the Board.
President of the Board of Trustees.
J. II. Wu.son, Scc'ry.
Oct 31 2m 42
THE FURMAN UNIVERSITY
Greenvilie: S. C.
LTerm on Wednesday, the sixth day of Feb.
PROF. JAMES C. FURMAN, ChAIRMAN.
.IAMES P. BOY7CE,
Professor of Systematic and PoLemic Theology,
and Ecclesiastical History.
JAMES C. FURMAN.
Professor of Sacred Rhetoric and Pastoral Duties.
P. C. EDW ARDS,
Professor of Ancient Languages and Literature.
C. H. JUJDSON.
Professor of Mathematics and Mechanical Phi
CHARLES S. GAUNTT,
Professor of Natural Philosophy and Chemistry.
J. C. FURMAN.
Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy,
Logic and Rhetoric.
,Teacher of Modern Languages.
PROF. WILLIAM ROYALL,
THOMA S HA LL,
Tutor in Ancient Languages.
THOMAS E. HART,
Tutor in Mathematics.
JOHN B. PATRICK,
Payable Semi -Annually in Adsance.
Tuition in English and Mathematical Course $30 00
Tuition in Classical and Philosophical Course 42 00)
ncidental Expenses.............-. -- .... 2 0O
Tuition. .................-----.*42 00
Incidental Expenses.......... .--- 2 00
Less than semi-annual payments are not received.
The Treasurer will attend at the University on
the first three days of the Term, to receive the first
semi-annual payment. No Student can enter until
he produces the Treasurer's certificate of payment.
Students enlering upon scholarships must produce
certificates from the owner of the scholarship.
Board is not furnished In the University. Ii
can be obtained in private families, at prices varying
ron $10 to $12 per month.
COMMENCEMENT AND VACATION.
The Annual Commencement will take place the
last Thursday in July.
There will be one regular Vacation, beginning the
middle of November and ending the first Wednes
day in Fedruary.
There will also be a Vacation of two weeks im
mediately succeeding the Commencement in July.
Any further information, or a copy of the Cata
logue for 1855, cenitaining List of Students, (228,)
view of University Buildings, Course of Study,
Rules of Discipline, &c., can be procured on appli
C. J. ELFORD, Treasurer,
Greenville, S. C.
Dec 18 3t 49
A Lpersons indebted to the Estate of Benjamin
Gallman, dee'd., are requested to make pay
mxnt. Th~ose having demands against the Estate
wvill render them in properly attested.
S. S. BOYCE, )Ex'ors.
M. A. RANSOM.)
Nov 27 tf 46
UST received by the Subscriber, from Neu
York, an additional supply of superioi- 12-4
L INEN'SHEE TINGS, which he will sell at
very low prices.
An assortment of new style FALL PRINTS, to
all of which lie respectfully invites the attention of
the public. WILLIAM ShlEAR.
A......, Oct 2 tf 38
THOS. G. BACON.
- eor Ordinary.
R. T. WRIGHT,
W. F. DURISOE.
ror Taz cellector
THOMAS S. REESE,
A. R. ABLE,
M. B. WHITTLE,
. Medical Notice.
DRS. READY & KENNERLY will practice
Medicine together on the Ridge and neigh
boring vicinity. Office at Dr. Ready's.
Oct 17 6m 40
0. K. WRIGHT, DENTIST.
O FFICE over Messrs. CAR CURAL
&'Esa's HardwarStore, 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.
g Gold Plate and Wire, Clasp Metal, Solder,
&c., fornisned to Dentists for Cash.
Augusta, May I ly 16
HAMBURG, S. C.
MRS. C. A. GRAY. PROPRIETOR,
r HE Public are respectfully informed that this
11Hotel has undergone a thorough repair, and
has been refitted in the BEST STYLE, regard
less of expense, and was opened on the First of
Oetober, for the reception of Boarders and accom
dation of Transient customers.
The best accommodation is guarantied to those
who will favor the Proprietor with their patronage,
and the Management will be such as to command
for the House, the reputation it has always maintain
ed, as the Best Hotel In Hamburg.
The Proprietor assures the public that no pains
shall be spared on the part of the Management to
furnish the Table with the best viands the. Market
of Augusta and Hamburg afford.
Families visiting our Town are solicited to give us
a trial, as our best exertions shall be devoted to ad
minister to their entire comfort.
THE STABLES belonging to the lotel will be
under the management of an experienced Ostler
and the best of care will be taken of Horses and
Vehicles left to his charge.
Hamburg, October 2, tf 38
UMTED STATES HOTEL,
F. M. JENNINGS, PROPRIETOR.
T HIS popular and well known Hotel, the mowt
centrally situated in this cit' is now open
for reception of Customers. The undersigned was
for a number of years, the proprietor of the Globe,
and flatters himself that he has still the ability and
disposition to afford to his patrons the accommoda
tion of yore. Hie will take this occasion to say that
he has secured the services of M. J. V. CLA RK,
as his assistant, and will guarantee to the travelling
public, who may patronise his house, the best Fare
that can be furnished in the Augusta, Savannah,
Chaleston and Northern markets. The United
States is now open under his management and su
pervision, and all he asks of new or oldi customers
is a call, if they are not satisfied he will not com
Board $1,50 per day. F.MJE IGS
Nov. 21, 1855. 454m
.A. 0 .- "E .D
T'IE Undersigned returns his sincerc thanks to
Lhis friends for their patronage whilc located in
Hamburg, and hereby informs them that he can be
found (after 1st September next,) at the 'louse of
W ARD, BURCH ARD & CO., opposite the Ma
sonic iHall, Augusta, Ga., whete he would be happy
to see and serve them, and where a FULL and
Complete Stock of Dry Go ods,
can always be found, which will be sold as LOW
as from any House in the City.A.RNO .
Hamburg, Aug 13, tf 31
Bolstering, Mattress Making,
T HIE Subscriber takes great pleasure in announ
ecing to the citizens of Edgefield and the public
generally, that he has opened a Shop directly West
of the Planters' Hotel, two doors below Mr. B. C.
Bryan's Store, where he is prepared to make
Matresses of every Variety,
AND REPAIR & CUSHION
&c., after thc best and latest styles and on the most
Hie respectfully solicits a share of the patronage
of the trading pnblic. Call and examine my work.
It will recommend itself.
11 All business in the above line done promptly
and neatly finished. HI. MA RTIN.
Deo5 t 47
T HE Subscriber has just started, in connexion
with the above business, a
where he is prepared to do all kinds of work eqi
trusted to his care with perfect satisihetiori to his
customers, and at prices heretofore unknown in
I will make to order, and of the very best material,
Tables, Desks, &c.
will also make to order, and at the shortest notice,
Of every variety, and in the best style.
17 Old Furniture repaided handsomely and
A share of publie patronage is respectfully soli
itdh. A. MARKERT.
Dec19 df 4
The Last Dun!
I ONCE more appeal to those that are indebted
1for money, and should you tail to pay me by the
15th day of February next, you cannot settle with
me after that time, as I will on that day, without
dIstinctIon, tuarn over may notes and accounts to the
proper afileers for colleo on..
M. W. CLARY.
Dec 26 - 8t '- - 50
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Col. R.
B. Bouknight, dee'd., are earnestly requested
to make immediate payment. All person. having
demands against the estate, will present them pro
. MARY BOUKNIGHIT.5
Dec 19 ly 49
L OST in the Village of Edgaeield or on the road
ileading to Mr. Getaon's, on Tuesday last, aspaf
of SILVER SPECTACLES, recently purchased
of Dr. Gedeon. The finder wall be liberally reward
ed by delivering them at this O0fice.
De. 12 tf. . 48
T HERE will be an Election at Edgelleld Village
on Monday the 14th January 1856, for Inteft
dant and Wardens for the Town of Edgeileld fibr
the year 1856.
Messrs. S. F. Goode, E. J. Mims ad Rlobt. H.
Dee 19 3t 40
T HIE Subsuriber can aoesommodate twelve or
fourteen Boarders desirous of attending the
Edgeield Schools. His dwelling Is convenient to
all the Schools In the Village. Term. as moderate
asould be exp~ected. L. S. JOHNSON.
Dec,9 tf 49
." Here shali the Press the people's-rights maisti,
Unawed by power, and wubribed by.ghi . ;
T HE Subseriber proposes, on the rt
in February next, if sufficientyewm
commence the publication,at EdgefieldCourt f
of an independent,non-neutral, Weekly N el'
to becalled " THE EDGEFIELD INFORMZ1L
The " Inrvousa" will be the "sedivs" of the
writer's views on all subjects that may In any wis
interest the-people or affect their Rights. Refo..
and Progress will be the distinguishing features of
the "lnioausa," and while- its columns shal fur
nish tke usual amount of general-nformation rela
tive -to Commerce, Agriculture and Politics;
Science, Literature and the Arts; moat prominent
among the subjeets, contempleted f.r.dIiseassion, ae
the questions of dividing Edgeeld: ;Barnwe.
so aa to establish two new Phstrict'; a r e
form in oit State piolity, and. the people's. ee(
the Electoral question. And als reform in the mi
litia system of this State.
In his departmnent, the Editor. will be iaisted by
able and popular writers fin& -notrouble, labor.or
expense shall - % aparedd' skelhe "IrswrAiZ"
what a Newagiper o'ght to be.
Snbriptioi price $2 a year, In advanes-pable
on the receipt of the first number.
7-Address the Subscriber at Edgefield C.
1., . C.
Edgefield, December 20, 1855.
N. B.-Post Master. and others, who will act as
Agents, for the "IvRoINsa," pon sending In ter
names sall receive one copy free. C. W.S.
Dec 26 tf.. -- .
Valuable Property for Bale,.
T HE ndersigned, intending to move to GeorgI&
in a short time, offrd for ai' the- followiag
valuable property in Hainberg tles - disptabh,
The DWELLING HOUSS ad LOTie Markety
Corner of Snowden Sireet, running thrsegh'4e
Mercer Street. The Dwelling and Eltehem inrsef
brick, covered with tin. On the Let-isa Cariage
House, Stabke, and all necessary outbuildings..
The LOT on Centre Street, nearly Jopi e tie
American Hotel, on which isa large TW - V RT
BRICK BUILDING, occupied aTwo Stires and
Dwelling-lot running through to.Cob Street, On
the latter Street is a large back StoPq. . .
The LOT on Corner Market andLeafiA .
Streets, running through to.Merr Stret. On tis
Lot is a new One and a half Storf O1SE, gii.
tered and painted. -
-FIVE HUNDRED BHARB- BAftlfgeQ
Edigeerd Plank Road Stoek. - :- : "'!
The above property willbe sise m in'@
ting terms, or exchanged for-'lad loouther. Geor
gia, or negroes. 1:H. A. W RICEL
Hamburg, Oct 1 .38 i
T HE Subscriber ofers for sale theTRAOT OF
LAND on which he now live saitated em
Savannah-River, seventeen miles above A.gyia,
well adapted to the cultivation of Cotte. and sam,
more or less. Between five sad six blisred seree
of cleared land, one hundred of which is frst.qauii
ty low grounds, and one handred acres 6 es'whit
the balance of the cleared land is In afair seie-of
cultivation. The place ha. several Ae' pRing d
it. On tho premises ee all necesary b.idm.
It is as healthy a location, and aa morgi and liteti
gent a neighborhood ascan be 'our if the District.
One other Tract containing FVE RnMDRED
AND TW ENTY ACR .lying near the june
ture of the Beaverdam and Tlurlicy Creeks. On
the premises are all ncesilary beildings, wilts
several good springs. The. place ia hiealthy,loested
in a fine neighborhood, and well adapted to a asial
The above lands will be sold on aedominoiating
term., and If desir63, negro property, atid ddy)lkie,
will be taken in payment. I will tIake pdeshtre in
showing tihe lands to any who may wias teparehbbe,
or any inormation given by addtresaing the eset.
er at Woodlawn, S;C. J. B. HOLMES.
Ot2-Sm*' . 58
* Land for Sale~
T HE Subscrirer wishing to ebaage his. loestien
off'ers for sale his VA LIABLE PLANTA
TION, containing . .
Three Hundred & Seiesty.JWeiAeres
Lying on Saluda River, and adjoining lauidsof Win,
A. Strother, A. Clark and David Payneg: near
1ozeman's Ferry, and whthin two or tietee heaitdred
yards of the Greenitille & Colombia Rail Roa.
The Tract contaifis about one hundred acres iu
original forest, whilst the rest ia under fence. One
hundred and fifty is in a Nigh state of enltitation,
of which there is from aeventy-6veto onme huated
acres of fine bottom land equal to any and sarpased
by none in the State. This plantation ha. good out
lets and excellent range, for atoeh. .*
On the premise. are a good Two Story Dwelling
House and all neceaaary plantation-buildags.1Alo,
a Spring of neverfailing water.
IT Any person wishing to purchase will call on
the Subacriber who reaides on the premiaea, and he
will take pleasure in showing thaetn the abote tract.
J. W. MWAYNARD.
Nov 21 tf . 45
T HE STORlE HOUSE, next Edst of R. .Sal.
livan's, 30 feet front and 60 deep, containing
three rooms below, one above, and a good ellar.
TrE TAN TARD) and Lot adljoinimg, and con
taining about three acres.
ONE LOT on the branch adjoininC. L.liefo.
H AVE for sal* ai ig.a$n eo eeito the
Lbest varietiesaof . *~
Consisting of PEACHES, PLUMS. APRICOTh,
NECTA RINES, FIGS, GgKAPE VINES, ?EARS
both standard and dwarf, APPLES, standard and
dwarf, CH ER RIES, atandard and dwarf, ROSES,
FLOWERING SHIRtTBS and EVERGREENS
'of choice kind.
Their Fruit Department embrace. all the beat
native varieties, early and late, as well -s al the
Choice Foreign kinds, and the free. are of fine
habit. and growth.
11 Priced Catalogue, sent to all applicmnta.
Addres SUMMtER & CRAMMOED,
Oct 31 3m 42 Pomaria, S. C'.
WILLIAM SHEAR, Augusta, Ga.,.h.hs just
Vreceived from New York, a supply of 'NEW
EMBROIDERIES, among which are
Ladiea' Muslin COLL ARS, of beautiful atesca
Ladie.' Muslin UNDRBLEEVEB, Worked
Jaconet EBANDS ;- - .
French Scolloped COLLARS, acwand beau
tiful article for mournia;
White Crane COLLARS, for nostraug, of new
and beautiful stylea ;
To all of which the attention et the Ladies Ie
-Augusta, Oct2 .tf ' 3 9
A LLperonsto whom the iettle of John L. Mor
ri, eaetris indebed, will preseot their
claim; and-all persona indebase to the maid Estate
wi mke paymets 94hes s
W. L. AND 9 A ntrator.
No.2, 1858 ~ * . 45
Mdisne obestad@elUng Gases.
O. N hnd afew teriefmily n Medise OChest5
.and Trav lipgasb q m aggsty
May 23 If 19
A LL Persionm indebted to me by Note or Ac
count are requested to call and settle them-on
'r before the first ,January next, a. I shall place all
unpaid accounts after that date in the hands of an
Oicer. My businems for the future will be eon
ddted on the Cash principle entirely-end-all work
left with me must be paid for oaudehvey, as I pre
fer doing no busineam at all in-prefaese te Credit
buainesa . . . R., A. GRAY.
Dec 19 4$ 49
A"''''' '''""hldeb e .tlEtste.et John C.
Allen, deed,atregneqasted to sele p.prompt
ly, and those having dew ar~e hereby notified to
render them in immedi . .WL Ai'