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. WASnINGTON CITY, Feb. 12, 1868.
DXAR CoL.-In my last communication, I stated
that it was altogether uncertain what would be thi
fate of the Kansas question. Since then the smokc
has somewhat cleared away, and a bright sky
seems to be looming up in the future.
The vote in the House on Mouday last upon Mr.
Harris' Resolutions, must not be taken as a posi
tive expression of the sense of the Members on
the question of admitting Kansas into the Union.
At least six men voted for the Resolutions who will
nally sustain the Administration against Doug
lass. Indeed the feeling in favor of the Lecomp
ton Constitution is growing stronger and stronger
every day. The President's Kansas Message is
producing a most salutary effect in the North.
Several members of the House who have been
confidently relied upon to go with Douglass are
now being instructed by their constituents to go
for admittjng Kansas. There will be no difficulty
in the Senate; and, from present indications, it will
go through the House by from six to ten majority.
The most extraordinary document of the times
is the letter of Gov. Wise to the Anti-Lecompton
meeting recently held at Philadelphia. When it
became known here that the whilom fireating
Governor of the Old Dominion, had written a
letter in which he had taken ground against the
President's message, the remark was general that
the man was crazy. Common charity would lead
to this conclusion. To say that Gov. Wise was of
sound mind when he penned that letter. would be
to pronounce him a vile traitor, compared to whom
Judas Iscariot would appear as a per.ect saint.
The document, in a word, is a regular abolition
essay, equal in its opposition to the rights and in
terests of the South to anything that could be
produced by John P. Hale or Horace Greely.
Col. Onn, the Speaker, has appointed an excel
lent Committee under the Resolution of Mr. Harris.
It is composed of eight Lecompton men, and sev
en anti-Lecompton, who are thus classified: Le
compton, seven Democrats and oue Know Noth
ing-Anti-Lecompton, five Black Republicans and
two Douglass Democrats.
The House Committee on the $S7,000 charge of
Laurence Stone & Co., are actively at work. They
have already ascertained that there has been a
good deal of rascality perpatrated, but as yet,
have not been able to fix upon the guilty parties.
It is in evidence before the Committee that Mr.
Wolcot, of Boston, received $50,000 of the $87,
000. Wolcot acknowledges to have received it,
but will not tell what he did with it. He is now
upon trial before the House for refusing to an
swer questions on this subject. It is possible after
all that the culpable parties in this matter will
elude the vigilance of the Committee.
It is not probable that the propositions for in
creasing the Army will pass. Volunteers will be
authorized for putting down the Utah rebellion.
The Lecompton Democratic members will hol.i
a Caucus on Saturday night to determine upon fu
ture action upon the different propositions now be
You have been no doubt before this posted up as
to the fight a few nights ago in the House of Rep
resentatives-Col. Keitt and Mr. Barksdale, Den
crats, on one side: Mr. Grow and Washbourn,
Black Republicans, on the other. There was a
general rush on both sides of the Ilouse. Ich
confusion ensued. The Speaker however after so
long a time brought the House to order. No blood
was spilt-only a bruise or two. The cry was
raised, " Let the outsiders in." Every body ap)
peared anxious to " pitch in"' and determineo the
question on the floor of Congress as to the dissolu
tion of the Union at once. More in any next.
Very respectfully, &c.,
NIURDER.-The Newnali (Ga) .Btade of the 19th
.states that, on Sunday morning last, Mr. Jenkins,
overseer of Mr. Benjamin Gates, oi, Meriwethaer
county, was murdered by a negro woman while
attempting to punish her for somne misdemeanor.
Having struc her three or four licks with a
switch, she drew a knife from her pocket, and,
having but one arm, opened it with l:er teetl',
stabbed him in the neck, severing the jugular
vein, causing death in fifteen or twenty miantes.
She is now in Greenville jail awaiting her trial.
AUGUSTA, Feb. .'0.
Corrox.--Sales of Cotton to-day about 1200 bales, at: 11 to
'11% cents for Middling Fair to Fair.
CIIA.LESTON. Feb. 19.
Corros.-Sales of Cotton to-day 3000 6ales. There was' a
decline in the morning fromu an M to M, amnd closed for Mfid
duing Fair 11% cents.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 19.
Sales of Cotton to-dlay 5,000 bales. P'rices irregular andl
roarket depressed: sales at 11 @11lMe. taugar closedl buay
ant-LI @ 5Xe. Solasies, generally, 25 cr. 27e. Oth~er ar
CINCINNATI, Feb. 1i.
Flo'ur 8,75 @!.SO: whiskey 19 : hogs 6 @ 6X ; shaoulders
7M- h. 'ns 7M @ 7i8 atmes ipork 1.(: holders deamand an
advanee :- bacon i to 9.
NASIIViLLE, Feb. 16.
BAcor-} 'tom wagons is firm at INf @ sM cents thme hog
La--Is stih 'ening. An average qauotationa would Ibe Se.,
but a strictly'prir. ic article, fit for family use, would bring
from8to SX cents. -
CHATTANO0OGA, Feb. 19.
Bsacoc-New from the country selling at 8 @ SX cents.
City cared stanads a proportln hlghter. As yet but lIttle has
reached our market.
A GREAT BLESSir,.'G TO THE AFFLIlCTED.
' .' The number and f.armia-able character of dis
eases of the Laver havxe long~ cha.'lenged the attention
of medical men. Some of th ase d'anses, classed un
der th'e general term of Consu'nPtion.. have been sup
posed incurable, and the unhaappy patoant allowed to
die, without medical science to L ifer him a. hope of re
covery. Happily this can no 1o.ger be tie case. A
remedy has been found which will ,aure all complaints,
of whatever character, arising froa't, derangem~ent of
the Livor. The Pilli discovered by . Dr. M'J.ane. pre
pared solely by Fleming Ilros., P'itteburgh, Pa., act
directly on the Liver ; and by correcting its i, oeramtion
and purifying it from disease, cuts rof and ext.typates
*the complaints which' have their origin in the dis'ases
of this organ. Remedies hitherto propiosed for lit er
coamplaints, have failed to operate upon the seat of
the disease ; buat Dr. M'Lane's P'ills nke theanmelves
felt upon the amtiona of the Liver, and b~y cleansinag
the founmtain, dry upt the impure atreamus of disease
which thenee derive their existenre.
gy Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR.
M'LANE'S CELEIBRATED LIVEIL P'ILIe, man
facturedi by FLEMING DEROS., of P'ittsbirrgh, Pa.
All other Liver Pills ian comparison are wortless
Dr. M'Lane's genuine Liver Pills, also his celebrated
Vormifuge, can now be had at all respectbbe drug
stores. Nonce pnsuine rithoumt the signature of
41 FLEMING JERIOS.
gg Tue Friends of WiLLIAM GREGG, Esqc.,
respectfully announce hinm as a Caandidate for Seln
ator at the next election.
-GOODS DEU.VER.ED FREE OF CHARGE
BRO.9M & NOR RtELL, Augusta, Ga., will tde
liver in Augusta and Hlambturg all goods bought of
thmem FREE OF CI RE.
Augusta Ga.. Nov. 9 tf 44
After Monday 18th inst., Monday, Ttesday and
Wednesday of every week, will be assigned for
Saaoing Lunnber; aid Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday, for Grinding Whmeat and Corn. Oustomnors
are requested to keep standing turns at thme Mill,
which will be a convenience to all concerned.
CO E"! .A W: Ia.7eE
For Two Evenings and one Afterno
AT THE ODD FItLLOWS'& MASONIC HAL
THE LEARNED CANARY BIRDS!-IIMEN!
POWERS OF VENTRILOQUISN AND
T HE WORLD RENOWNED %I
NOR BLATZ will give his AMUSDI
PERFORM ANCE4, at Edgefield C. H., at t
above mentioned Hall, on MONDAY and TUE
DAY EVENING. March 1st and 2nd, commencil
at 7 o'clock, and on TUESDAY AFTERNOC
at 3 o'clock.
EWAdmission 50 Cents. Children and Sit
vants 25 Cents.
Feb24 it 7
Edgeffeld Female Collegiate
'I IE Exercises of this Institute will commen
on the FIntT DAY of March next und
the management of '
MISS A. J. R. MEARS,
MRS. ANN P. CLARKE and
MISS M. CLARKE.
These Ladies come to us highly recommend<
as ladies of refinement and Scholarship, and wil
strong testimonials of their competency, expet
ence and efficiency as Teachers.
I lie Proprietors feel well assured that the Ins
Lute, under the management of these Ladies, w
be well conducted, and will af'ord educational f
cilities equal to those of any Institution in ti
The Scholastic year is divided into two Sessioi
of five months each. The first Session will or
on the 16th July. The second will commence <
the 2nd day of August and end on the 17th da
The RATES OF TUITION are as follows:
In the Primary Department, including Spel
ling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Eng
lish Grammar, Geography, and Vocal Mu
sic, per Session,................... 12,%
In the Collegiate Department, including Read
ing. Writing, Eng. Grammar, Geography,
Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Geometry,
Algebra, Logic, Rhetoric, Eng. Composi
tion and Vocal Music, per Session,.......20,(
French (Extra) per Session.......... 10,(
In the Ornamiental Department,
For 'Music on Piano, per Session.........25,(
For Drawing and Painting in. Water Col
ors, per Session.. ..................10,(
For Needle W ork, Embroidery, &c. pr Fes 5,(
Students of Music on the Piano will be chargc
$3 per Session for ue of Piano, to pay expense 4
keeping instruments in tune.
Each pupil will be charged $1.50 per Session i
defray contingent expanses, for fuel, &c.
The Institute will be furnished with three P
anos in three separate rooms of the Institute builk
ing for the use of the pupils.
Vocal Music is deemed by the Proprietors to 1
a necessary part of every young lady's educatioi
hence singing is made a part of the regular exel
cises of the Institute, and the whole School will 1
oxercised in Vocal music as often as twice a weel
W. W. ADAMS,
S. W. NICHOLSON.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 23, 1868. tf 7
"After the Storm comes a Calm,"
TIE TIN MANUFACTORY is still going c
T in its usual manner at Edgeflold C. H., an
the Proprietor takes this opportunity of returnitn
his thanks to his kinid and numerous customet
for their liberal patronage conferred on him; an
hope)s, by strict attention to business, to mierit
continuation of the sanme.
MERCHIANTS wishing Tin Ware, by sendini
a few lines, can he accommodated on as reason:
ble terms as at any other place.
ROOFING, GUTTERING and other JOB WOR)
done with dispatch, and in a workmanlike imanne
C. L. REFO.
g" N. B. Tiin Ware delivered to Merchants fre
Feb 24 tf 7___
$20 Reward !
P)UN^W*^*f*m the'Sbscribe,'aboutthe ''
fL part of November, his Negro man EMA NL
lL, ab~out 25 years old, about 5 feet, 0 or 10 ii
cies high, weighs about 150 pounds, of rathier dar
comploction, and quick spoken when spoke to.
The above' reward of $20 will be panid for hi
tdelivery to moe, near Fruit Hill, P. 0., or at Lh
Edgefield Jail. Any information concerning sai
Negro thankfully recived.
Jack M alto for Sale!
H AVING moiaved to a settlement where thme.
are several Jacks, I wish to sell my fin
Jack MA LTO of the Mialteze Stock, eight year
old, of good size, well put up, and is a sure fot
getter, and can show as many fine mule colbs a
any Jack of his age.
I will sell him low for cash, or on good timet
an approved purchaser. Any one wishing to bu;
can see himi at my residence, Stoneland, 4. imik
North of Edgefield C. I:1.
Feb25 __ 2___ _ 7
(3HOi0E FR U2rT-Just received a fres
UJsupply of fine A PPLES, OR ANGES, LEM
ONS, BANANAS, &c. For sale cheap by
E. T. DAVIS, Agt.
Feb 2d tf
MT. ENON ACADEMUY.
rPHE Exercises of this Institution will be rc
Isumed on MONDAY the 23d of February.
We take great pleasure in announcingz to thm
public that we have engaged Mr. C. D. OLIVE~l
to take charge of this Academy. ailr. 0. is
graduate of the Citadel A cademy, in Charlestoi
and Gen. JA~uES Jo.Nas, Chairman of the BoardC
Visitors. in a lett~er to us, recommends him as bc
inc eminently q.ualified as a Teacher, and a youn
entleman of unexceptionable character.
oer design in employing a teacher of such rat
quaiica!.ions is toestablish a first class Academ)~
in which pa~cnts may be enabiled to give thei
sons a good substantial bausiness education, or hav
themi prepared to ent'r t~he State Military Acadt
my. Mr. 0. will teach :41U the branlhes that at
taught in that Institution, a .t of which will b
published soon, together with the jflates of Tuitioi
The above Academy is situated 25 mi~es Nortl
ast of Edgefield C. H., and in, six miles ot Obapt
Station, on the Greenville & Columbia Rail Roac
aid it is certainly one of thbe most healthy loco
tos in the State.
g.gApplicants will please address Mr. C. I
OLvER, Coleman's X Roads, Edgefleld District, I
C., or eithber of the bubscribers, at the samne Pot
IUoard can be obatainedi at $8 per month.
Col. WV. M. C LAR Y,
DAVID PAYNE, I
WM. A. STROTHIERL,
*Dr. WYM. COLE.\AN, ..
Feba 11T 1t1_____
~a te of south Carolina,
IN ORD)INA RY.
Joshua Segi.er, .A pplicant, Ctto o
tes. Ctto o
John Atiki nson anAd wife Eliz- Partiionm.
-bth, U~ eiendantW.
Ti alppetrng to my.satisfactioni that David Seghe
(EAs-n of 1)empsey Segler, deeas~edl.) one of 1l
Deft ndants r'2m dhe above a tted ease,~ resules beyoi
th~ linmits of this State. It is therefoire ordered th,
lie do appear and object to the division or side
the Rteal Kstjte of George Seg'ler, deceased, on I
before t!ie 2 9thi day o'f A pril ne.1t, or his consent
the same will' he entleredl of recor..
W. F. DUB'ISOE, o E.D.
Feb.S 18 58 12t
FLOUIE AND CORN MEAI.-Can
.had at my house for Cash.
Leather-Harness, Sole, Upper, Kips, &c.
R. T. MIMS.
Feb. .'3 f 4
XMANTEL.'--A Ni'CGRO WOMAN-ori
YTV that ecm do ,ne recomntended as a good Cool
Washer and liron ir. For sad a one liberal wage
paid monthly, wvill be given. W. F. DURISOE
Feb 17 tf.6
FRESH GROCERIES !
z..A.-Ir m M . MILn nz e"C a. MM
T .HE Subscriber has just received a new at
: fresh stock of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &C.
L Which have been purchased at reasonable prict
and will accordingly be sold at very modera
E profits. Give my goods an examination, and y(
will be convinced that my figures are low at
Groceries excellent. The assortment consists of
Crusheud, Loafed SUGARS;
. Powdered A. B. and Muscovado Sugars:
o Old Government Java and Rio COFFEE;
e Sugar House and New Orleans SYRUP;
B. Fine Buckwheat FLOUR ;
BUrlER, CHEESE, HAMS;
' RICE and MACCARONI;
MACKEREL., No. 1 and 2-Bbla;
Dried Beef and Beef Tongues; -
Oysters, Sardines, Salmon, Lobters, Cod Misl
Soda Biscuit, Butter Crackers;
. Suett CRACKERS of all deseriptions;
PICKLES, Preserves, Chow Chow;
CANDIES, large assortment;
FIGS, Raisins, Citriin, Currants, Prunes;
English Walnuts, Almonds, Filberts. Pereovies
*e Lemons, Oranges. Pine A pples. Cocoa Nuts;
r Preserved FRUITS, Brandy PEACHES, &c.;
Green TOMATOES and PEAS in Cans;
PEPPER and SPICES of all kinds;
Table SALT, East Powders;
Flavoring Essences in great variety;
Woreesterbhire Sauce, a fine article;
d TEA S of every kind-Hyson, Black and Green
h SO A P, a good assortment of every description
1- 3UBS of all sizes, Wood Buckets, brass bound
Fine assortment of TIN WARE;
j- Mlacking and Shoe Brushes;
i Irish POTATOES, ONIONS;
.- GARDEN SERf) of every kind, the best eve
ic brought to this place;
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS,
s Madeira, Port and Teneriff W IN E.S;
Bourbon. Nectar, XX., Rectified WHISKRY;
n BRANDY of every quality;
y CH A MPAGNE, Champagne CID ER;
PORTER, ALE, &c.
SEGARS, TOBACCO AND SNUFF,
C-tN)LES, Sperm and Adamantine: and a
other articles usually found in a G(rocerv Store.
0~I W. E. LEGG.
Ftb 10 if 5
BY an order from W. F. liurisoe, Ordinary, w
0 will sell to the highest bidde-r, at the late resi
0 dence of Juhn W. Rearden, deceased, in Shatter
field, on Friday the 26th February, all the persons
o property of said deceased, consisting of
FOUR LIKELY NEGROES,
0 Horses, Cows, Stock Hogs, Household and Kitchei
0 furinizure, Con, Fodder &c.
d Terms of safc-A11 sutos of and under five dol
f lars cash-over that Amount on a credit too th
first of December next, with interest from day c
Purchasers will Ie required to give Note wit
two approved securities, and in no) ease will th
properly be deliveied until the Terns of sate at
complied with. -JAM ES CA LLISON, Adm'r.
SUSAN REARIJEN, Adma'ix
Feb 10 3t 5
Valuable Negro for Sale,
N the first Monday in March next. I will sel
at Edgefield C. H., a valuable NEGRO B01
belonging to the Estate of Mrs. Harriet Mattin.
Terms.-A credit until the first day of Januar;
next, with interest from date, purchaser givin
note with two approved sureties
JOHN It. 1lTGhIES, Trustee.
Feb 8 3t
LI 7-r REGIM1ENT. S C. M.,
a CalAviSEs' CREax, Jainuary 25, 1858.
riaU llE 1law Gapi Beat Comp'any tue hereby or
.1. dered to be and appear at their muster groutm
at Jinnes Reynolds' Spriu~r, uear L.cust 111ll,
Saturday the 27th February next. armsed at,
equipped as the law direeotsfuor drill and instruetin
At the smne titme and place there will be al
Election heldl for Captain to fill the vacancy oc
easioned by the promotion of Capt. TV. P. Shaw.
By order of Cl. D. L. S A W.
WVArva l.AsnIA3, Lieut. Com'dng Company.
Jlan 27 5t 3
State of South Carolinia,
- EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
I enry Untler and wife Elizabeth,)
A pplicants, Citation for
Isac Goggins and others, Def'ts.)
IT appearing to moy satisfac~tiont tha.t Isaae Goggini
- theechildren of hienry Gcoggitns, deceased ; Ani
drew blotes and his wife Nlatilfla, William G'ag
ins and .Ji.mes Goggins. .Jr., Defendants in :1h
nbove stated easte, residle beyond the limits ot thi
State. It is therefore ordered that they d'. appiea
an md obhject to the division or sale of the Rteal Es
tate of .Jmes Goggins, Sr., dieceasedl, on or bef.,r
Sthe 28th day of A pril next, or their consent to thm
Isame will be entered of reord.
W. F. DURISOE, n.s.a.
Feb. 8 IS58 12t 5
TlE STATE OF SOUTII CAROL1NA
a EDGEFIELD) DISTlRICT.
IN O RDIN AIRY.
BY W.iT F. DURtISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Wherea,', Franc~is Thtrailkill hath appliedt to i
.for Letters of Administration, on all and sintular tin
oods and chattles, righuts and credits of Margare
Thrailkill late of the District aforesaid dtec'd.
'These are, therefore, to cite and admoni,:h all anm
singular, the kindred andI creditors uf the saul dleceas
ed, to lie and appear biefore me, at our next Ordinary'
Court for th~e said District, to be holden at Edgefielh
Court House, on the 21'th day of February inst, tc
show cause, if any, why the said administration shouk
-not lbe granted.
Given tinder my hand and seal, this 8th day c
Feb., in the year of our Lord one thousand eigl
hnudred and fiftyseven and in the eighty-second yea
of American lndependenace . F UIOoE
Feb. 10, 188 2 2 5
NEW DRESS GOODS,
R 9AY & TURILEY have just receivei
by express, a benntiful lot of Ladies' DR E*
GOODS, in DELAlNES, CASII"IERIES, Valench:
PL' AIDS, satin Nripeed and Platin All-wool DE
L.\INE, COBURlS, POPLINS, SILIES, and;
a reat mitmy other handsome stylcs of Dress Goods
-which will be sold very low.
Augusta, Feb. 3, 1858 tf 4
- RAY & TURLEY have receiv' d atn
i .Aother large lot of flne libbon-b~onntd Be<
Y BLANKETS, 12-4, whicht ate to be sold for $4
5 bales Negro BLANKETS, White and Colored
.which will be sold very low.
. Augusta, Feb. 3 1858 tf 4
R IAY & TUR LEY have just received
one hundred dozen TOWELS, at 75e. pe
dozen; fifty dozen at $1; flity dozen at 61,50; an
fifty dozen extra line at $2 per dozen.
Augusta, Feb. 3 1858 tf 4
- .L. Persons having demands against the E.
.tate of the late Capt. .lohtn Lip.sconmb, are re
quested to~ presetnt thenm properly attsted to th
Executors-anid all persons itndebted are informe
that immediate payment is demaded.
Ma3 JAS.N. WLISOM, ~ Ez'ora
J. B. LIPSCOMB.
0 -- Notice.
ity Uj E Subscriber has lost the following Notrs
I. one on George Watkins for S2001, dated t1I
rr ath of May, 1857, with a credit for $36,91. Dec
.o 21st 1857, with interest from date ; one otn Josep
Etheredge, with Joel lnabnet, security, for $9 10,9
bearng date Nov. 12th 1856. with interest froi
date, payable January let 1859 ;- one on Emei Pit'
- get, with Manchester Padget, security, fot $74,3
e dated somietinme in December, given payable te O0
ingon Padget, with interest from date.
Feb. 9 1858 3t* 5
T OLLED before me, at the Graniteville I
ptEdgefield District, souith Carolitia, 1
UEdtmnd Morris, a certain BAY MARE, with
,small white snip on her nose, righthind foot whit
.about 1o0 bands high, aged about 12 to 15 yeat
A nraisd.at 625. W. EDNEY, N.E.D.
- 'drA..te.,no Denot. Feb Q, 1858. Im4t* 8
1. 10 THEMADES OF EDGEFIEL
d AND SI OUNDING DISTRICTS I
GREAT AND: lNUSUAL INDUCEMENTS
e E ARE NOW closing out FOR CASI
uI our verylarge Stock of Fall and Winter
The entire bilhce of our Rich Silks and Wi
ter Fancy Dress Goods must be closed out
THIRTY DAYS to make way for Spring Goods.
To accomplish our expectations, we are dete
nined to offer. td5 at such prices as will cot
mand an immedr e sale.
We solicit the attention of purchasers to th
sale, and feel.sat.sfied that, the attracilons otfert
will be sufficieg to induce every customer to al
preciate this opportunity for securing ba:
One price ouly,parked in plain figures; ther
fore no purchaser ill be overcharged.
The sale cormn eed on THURSDAY MORI
ING, (4th Feb.,) d will continue for THIRT
T )ICKEY & PHIBBS.
The chara4er of our hi -use is a sufflcier
guarantee that we will sell as advertised, withot
regard to cost.
Augusta, Feb4858 2t 0
BY Virtue of shadry writs of Fieri Facias
ine directed, i will proc.-ed to sell at Edgi
field C. H., on the firet Mondnsy and Tuesday i
March next, the following property in the followiu
eaCs-s, to wit: . -
W. F. Durisot, Ordinary, for William Spires, v!
John A. Mays and Ca.olina A., his wife and other:
The House and Lot in the Town of Hamburg, E
C., known as the*"Carolina Hotel," and nuinhc
one hundred and .0venty-five, (125) according t
the plan of the said Town of Hamburg, bounde
West by Centre. ttreet, North by Lot No. 12(
South by Lot No. 124. East by Cook Street-hai
ing fifty feet front.iand running back 300 fee
Also, Lots Numbetf One Hundred and fifty-on
(151,) and One Hdndred and fifty-two, (152,
bounded West byi.Cook Street, North by Cob
Street, East by an Alley, and South by Churc
Lot. Also Lot Number One Hundred and fiftN
three, (153,) bounded West by Church Lot, Nurt
by Lot No. 162, East by an Alley, and South b
Lot No. 154, having One Hundred and fifty fe<
deep, and forty andhalf feet wile. Levied upo
and to be sold as the property of the Defondant
John A. Mays and Carolina A.,-his wife.
H. T. Wright, foryJohn F. Burress, vs. Alfre
May, et. al. A Tractiof Land containing two but
dred and fifly acres; more or less, adjoining land
of C. M. May, S. W.VCorley and others.
A. M. Benson, br., and others, vs. Christia
Richter, A Hlone and Lot at Liberty Ilill, contaii
ing two acres, more oiless, adjoining lands of Joh
C. Cousey, W. T. Iet and others.
R. M. Fuller vs. John Terry, Sr., A Tract c
Laud containing twobundred and sixty-three act e,
more or less, adjoioing lands of Butler William,
Whitfield Morgan and others.
Tompkins & Tucker, and others, severally v:
Thomas K. Collier, A Tract of Land, containin,
six hundred and sixty-three acres, more -or lew
adjoining lands of Charles Freeman, Chesley Well
James Blackwell and others.
W. W. Adams anothers, severally vs. Edwar
T. Davis, A Tract of'Land containing eightee
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Samut
Brooks, Lewis Jones and others.
Mary A. Coleman, Adia'x. vs. Morgan C. Cor
der; A. D. Bates, Ex'r., vs. The Same, A Tract c
Land containing four hundred and twenty-flv
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Milton Not
ris, Wilson Holstein and others.
P. M. Schumpert and others, vs. Ivey Sadler, el
a., one Bay llorse.
A. J. Ranmbo and others, severally vs.. Allel
Franklin, One Negro woman slave, by the name
E. P. Holloway and others, vs. M. WV. Liles, On
Negro boy slave, by the name of Augustus.
A. D. Bates vs. Arenton Padgctt, A. Tract
Land. containing one hundred acres, wore or less
adjoining lands of Ambrose Whittle, Winney P'ad
get and others..
The State vs. John Brown, Sr., A Tract of Land
cotaining one hundfotd acres, more or less, adjoin
ing lands of John Denney and others..
The State vs. E. Padaett, A Tract of Land can
taining' twenty acres, more or less, adjoining landl
of Winney Padgett, Ambrose Whittle and othbert
Max. Laborde, A ssignee, vs Guy Broadwate
and others, Oine Tract of Land containing thre
hundred acres, more or less, adjohmting lands of E
C. Bland, William Moss and othbers.
John M. Clark vs. Susan G:.rrett, A TracL
Landt conmaining four hundred and thirly- two acre:
nore or less, adjoining lands of George A. McKin
Thomas Garrett and others.
Simpson Mathis for Avory Bland, vs. P. E
MIaniel and .lackson lme~n~s, A Tract of Lam
containing twelve hundred acres, moore or less, ad]
joining lands of B. T. Boatwright, John Aulr;
and others, the property of the lIefenbdatJ
1olmes. Termis Cash.
J AS. EIDSON, s.En.
Feb. 5 1858 4te 5.
JonH Sheriff's Sale
others, severally, - Fi. Fas.
Nicoa McEvoy. I
I) Y Virtue of ..undry writs o~f Fieri Far~i:n in th
Iab ye stated cas.s, I will preied to sell I
the Village- of Eig,-lield, on Friday the 20th daty
Ithis ins-ant, the following proptyIt, viz: ahn
thirten pair of BO US, and about sixty-five pai
of sHOES, andI fifteen pieces em upper Leather
Terms of sale Cash.
JAMES EIDSON, s.E.D.
Feb 11 1858 Ste 0
ull Knevals and others, severally. F.Fw
-John RL. Wever. sniywiso
B y Vi:tuedrwitofFieri Facias to nm
directed, in the above stiated enses, 1 will pro
eed to, sell ac E'lelie'd C.11I., on the lirst Monda
tand Tue-day in Murah next, the roliowing iegr
slaves, viz :
Mike and Boss. Terms of sale, Casht.
JA MES ELDSON, s.En.
Feb. 12 Ste 6
B y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias
me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge
field '. 11., on the first Monday and Tuesday i
March next, the following property in the followm;
e ass, to wit:
George A. v"eKie vs Martha A. Crafton, the foi
lowing negro slaves, vh*: Mariah, E~liza, B~utle:
Jabe and llardy.
James Patton and others severally v' .Jesa
Scupert, One negro man slave by the name<
JAMES EIDSON,sa ..
Feb S te . 5
STATE OF SOUTHI CAROLINA,
Daniel Jackson and wire, and others,)~
Ajpions. . Partition.
CJames Fulmaer, John Fulmer, and |
iothers, D~ef.ndants. )
BY an order from the Ordinary I shull procec
;Etosell at Edgefield Court llouse, on the firi
Monday in Mareh next, for partitiotn, the Real El
tate of Jiohn Fulmur, deceased, consisting of a trn<
-or parcel of laud, lying and being in,.. the Distri,
and State aforesaid, on the waiters ot-- Creel
and containing three hundred und fifty neres, nmor
or less, and anjoining lands of .lames Fulmner, At
aim Fulmer, Charles P'lunkett and others.
Taxa-On a credit until the first day of Jantuar
niixt, (1859.) The purchaiser to give bond and si
eurity, and a mortgage of the premises to the Ord
nary, to secure the purchase money. Cost to
~.paid in cash. Titles extra.
JA MES EIDSON, 5 S.D.
Feb. 8 1858 3t 5
G RAY & TUlILEY have Red and Whi
FLANNELS from 181 cents to 50 cents p
Syard. A ugusta, Ga.
? Feb.315 ' tf 4
FRESH ORANGES ANDVE1EIOlNS
5. UST reeived another lot of finec fresh Orang
and Lemons. E. T. DAVIS, Agi.
Feb.. tf . A
2-mA.WV I ) J Xg TX Mot
D M W . GARY, Attorney at LAW and S
r i' lie tor in EQI 2ITY, will practice in this an
the aijoining Disu jets.
Office. abovo B. C. IavaN's Store.
Dee 16 . ly 49
S. B. (RIIFI N,
..ttorzmi-e t Xmsaver,
Will attend punctually to all bu.qines. entrusted tk
EDCEFIE.D C. H.. Dec 2, 1k57. t47
I ~ .H2 3MT AL VVT C: X C'ED12.
. TOMPKINS & IUTLEL will attend toall Liu
.. siness in the Court" 1'f Caw fo. 1t1i,. and th
adjoining Districts, that nmay be eoa.witted t' their
IS Offie, Law Range, Edgelivld, S. C.
. R. W. Tommils. M. C. lU'ms.a
r- Dec 9 tf 4i
. Rt. S. G. MOBLExY, havyini! loc-ited -4
- miles Nor..h ,I Ese..- 1ivi C. I.. at the f..rmer
residence oif Mr. Hi-.nne loband. I l'ers his Pro
fessional *ervie.-s to the citize-ns of the surrounding
couMntry in the poractie.- of .\ N'DIClNE, SU k(m E
tR Y Aa OBST k'itCA. HeC solicits a-reasonaole
share of public pAtronage.
Jan 6 3m 52
CHEOPLASTIC PROCESS -
0 OP INSIL'iNG,
- .A.L.TIIC.A.A TT
nT E $ubscriber having lurnii-hed himself with
.1 a license too use thiu N EW PROCES of
INSERTING ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
Is now ready to serve all who mitay need such, with
an assurune.e of a more perlect adaptation, and a
r cloter reoe.gblaciee to th- nuttrial organs. than cau
o be realized by any) other methoi. Its perfect p11.
d rity. cleaiiiiness, freceiom fr.-m all ieste. or gatlvaie
sensation. duralpility, cotitort ando. security, nre
au.eg th.- adv:mta. s elaoined ilr. this SU'.IO1R10
mode of setting Aitiicial Tee.
J .Iune 24. tf 24
WM. QUA TTLEBU-3l,
H1. B0U LWA I.E,
W. W. SALE,
- For Clor1E..
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
R011kirT 1). BRYAN,
STAIL ING TUINER,
-MA. Wv. LYLES,
E. V. HIOIIN.
CHAS. M. MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
1 or Orc1:n2arY
E. B. FOREST,
W. F. DURISOE,
T II OS. 3. & C. 1, MiO SE,
SUCCESSORS To LEE & MOSE.
WRO ESALE GROER5,
No. T, Hlayne Strecet,
CHARL.ESTON, S, C.
SJan 27 __ly _3
CHEAP FAMILY GROCERlES!
r 'PIE Subcriber is nLow rece.ivin~g ande opetnng
Ia VERY C ioICE STUCK of well eected
To which lie bt-gs leave to invite the attention of
Planters in want of Choice Suppiiesa. HeI may be
found in time KDoek of Buildoges form~erly ocenpied
by G KORGE Rt'ilNatN nswa lardware Stoe..
My course w ill be to udopet the old motto,
"A nimble Pennuy is better thain a
Slow Shilling !"
rMy Stock will consist in part of the following ar
8t. Croix SU~G ARt
New Orleans, old prec aSu, SUG~A l ;
. ' new " do.
Stuart's A . B. anid C. Soft do.
" (A.) Crushedl do.
I. 'owvdere'd do.
" Sug:er Hlouse SY RUP ;
New Orleansw do.
-Cuba MOIAs'ES ;
Old Governmtenit .lava COFFE ;
Rio do. superior;
Enc'ish Dairv amnd (:eshen cGi IKiE i
Choice Oh!1 ;iANDY' and Hllanid GIN ;
Jamaica and Ne~w Eng~landl RUM ;
Johnu Gebso'us XX and XXX;
Reet'i.:d and Teuoe.- Wi lISK KY;
CO NFECTIO)N.\ HIES and P'i(lE :
M.\CKER EL. 90..IO andI SAIIRDINIS;
Supertitne FI-OUR. & -.:
A Frera sup~ply of OR ANGES and APPLES;
Tgetmr with mnuy other ;,rol' *o te. anios to
.P. .- 1so a fresh sipply ot No. 1 and 2
MACKEREL in li, j ande i Blbla;
B ]nekwheat FLt)UL~ No. 1;
Fine Spanish SEGAl11$;
MACC ARONI; CITRON; and CRACKERS;
26 Blbls. Fresh Thaomnarton LIME ;
Hamburg, Jlan. 19 Yv
C I IRISTI1 1E & 1 HURgLBER .T.
r H Ri Sub1se.b.-r" etfer b~r snie it the o al standl
Lof R. I L Sull v:mi, a Cl01 lEJI ..alk-etion of
Carriaps, Ro~ckanays, uiggles,
.And till oth.r art a-hs in theijr 'ine. They hiat.t
mude arrangemnent. to k, th.-ir I louse supied
with the bis-T .\ llCES, frroo the HE lST
Fiiotries in the United States. whlich they wil
sell 1.0W FORL CASI, or for good pap.-r 'in
CAIRIAGECS aind lUGIEhlS of every des
e ription will he furnished to ordler on short notice.
ii S CiRISTIE',
Aril 22 tr 15
COME GENTLE3MEN, TREAT !!!
lIEN you go to Ihamburg you can get good
Wentinr att Da. Cuxxmxarnms, at the Ameri
cant Hotel, aind GOOD. D~INKI.5G at the bar oh
Our House, which is at tached to thme Ihotel, and
uder thme superviin ot the Subscriber.
JOH.N C. B3OHLER.
Hmaurg, Sept 30 - 6m 38
.CLOAKS ANiD SHAWLS.
RAlY & TUJRLEY wIll dispose of
N their re~miaining stock of Winter CLOAKS
and SIA WLS, at gre thy reduced prices.
Augusta, Feb. 3 1858 tf 4
DRAPERY, MUSINlS AND DAMASKS.
RiIAY & TUR LEY have jstreceived
DRLAPERIY, MUSLINS, and n orated DA.
tMASK, in great variety, and for sale very low.
.. Austa, Feb. 3 1858 tf 4
LINENS, LINENS, LINENS.
EiCKi EY' & PHIBBS have jutst receivedl
. per steamler Adriat~ie, a latrge lot of iRISil
.LiN ENS, mnfatuttred expressly for us. P'arties
in want of a pure, undi~re!sed Irash Linen at Euro
y pean prices, woulid do well to call and exanminc
. Augusta, Feb. 3 1858 tf d
OTICE is lecreby kiven to till pers~ons nit t.
trade teor a Note of hand given to John M
Un arling, and payable to himes or beairer, for lorty.
-two Dollars. dated 11Ith of Ja tnuary, I1858 ;thte con
teideration for whcich the Noete was given hauvini
faile, I will not pay said Note unless compelled b'
o la.MITON RHODES.
r r Fe.b. 9 1858 3t* 5
-SILK CHENILLE SHAWLS,
R1IAY & TURILEY have a few exceed
s iglyhandsomec Silk Chenille SU AWLS, jtus
r. ceived and for sale low.
Augmta1 Feb. 2 1868' tf 4
DRUG, MEDICINES, OILS, &(
D lt. A. G. & T. J. TEAGIE tkc
1.iis method of returning t.heir thanks 1
their -riends and the pnblic, for ti.e liberal patro
aLe bestowed upon them; and respectfully an
tintine- that they have remo-:ed their 1) R U (
S T 0 R E to No. 2, in the Odd 'ellows' & Masoni
Building, where they will be pliea:ed t., see an
supply their friends and all wumse wanting
PURE DRUGS, MED.CINES, &c,
O: wicdh they a-e constann receiving FREST
SUl'PIJ.l from the mobt, reji.table Drug lHue
in New Yurx
One or boui of them .. o m thei Store at al
tiles, day anid night, nnd give personal attentint
to carefully alling prescriptiowa aud orders witl
A continuance of the ntal share of tradi
leretofore extended n tthen is 'olicited, and thei
will exert themselves to merit; i,.
: They wi'I further say ta tOse inilebted t
them, that they have never made a pubhlic call or
any one fir money ; btit ther .ue NOW needing
mney VERY MUC I, and tt in hopes that ibost
indebted will attend to tLra won, and preveln
them from being forced to i., -m,pleasantnecessit
of publicly tsunning LifsO J;- &.cears.
Edgelleld, De 29 Cf 51
"Big Pig, Little Pig,
RCOC3OT 3iiE"OG- O R-: 3=33.
S '. M i- if )Oown-not with a pocket full o
lRocks-but MORE GOCERIES than wa.
ever seen thin oide of Jord&n. consisliig of
Powdered A., PB & ('. .Auscovado, SC. Croix
Crush4bed ai-d tAf SUGA-1;
Old Goverminient. Java, '.:;tyra, Rio, Cuba and
St. Domilino COFFIES;
SneLar hlom,.- and Ne. 3rleans SYRUP;
Ne"- Orl..ana qnd Cul., MOLASSES;
HNE WINES-lkidi6ck, Spark ing Catawba
Madeira, -ber.y. Port, C'.,rett and Maitnaa.
Bit AND1Ef -Otard. ..pree & Co.. Hennesse
Sci-nett, Old trmiantel :.nd Domestic Brandies:
Holland GIN. Jnmainic... ud New Eng!nnd RUM
WITTSKEY-frish, S,.,t:h, Old Bourbon, Nec
tar, Wheat, Thribble X Joul!e XX, ing!e X
Mointnin Rye -it ct lt. !ed Wltiskev;
SEGARS, 'TcACCO .od SNUFF:
Fine Family awl But.--heat FLOUR;
RICEI and Maccaroni .
litter, Cheesie, I ard damns, Mess Pork;
Pickled and smnokel ieef, De-ef Tongues;
Ovsters, Sardiines, Salmon, Lobsters, Cod Fish;
Somla Buisenif, Buttr Crto:kers;
Pickles, Preerves, t.iow Chow;
C AND TEI ete., a la:-:% sssortilnent;
Fins, 1iaisimn, Ciirir. %urrants, Prunes;
Paradie anl Pecvu '.i Almonds;
Cocoa Nuts. Filberte ,nlish Walnuts ;
Lemons, Ornrnees. bIpieans, Pin. Appleu:
Preserved irruitL. Bt.e.dy, Peaches and Clerria;
Gr1een Corni )id Pez, U C ;
Pp;e ania ipices ca ]. kinds;
Flavoriand E.,ences .. .iury kind;
Woirce.termidre San-. a ie article;
TEAS, if every des..,ption--and, in short, eve.
ry thind eie :m the Fat.'!y trocery lhe.
S. E. r3" WERS, Agent.
SWAN & 0091. LOTTERIES,
NW &BRILLANT SCHEF.
1 7 0,0 00 !
The rollowine Sel ne v ill be draw n by S. Swan &
Ci.. Sianer of thme Synrta A.-a:tl:.y l.o-tery, ir
each of their Lotteries for Alarch 1858, at
Twhichi City they hl e nmoved the*ir their prin.
To be drawn i the d.,y u. Augusta, (ia., in ;,pblic, on
,Saturday, March 6th, 1858.
To be drawn in the e y of Aungustn,Ga., ia public, on
Saturday, March 13th, 1858.
To be drawn in the city oif A ugusta, Ga., in publie, en
Saturday, March 20th. 1858.
To be drawn in the Jity of A Uznat- .:a., in public,on
Saturday, March 27th, 1858.
On the .Alau of Single Numabers.
Neirly. (lie .aIA ize t every Niine Trickets.
-E ag :1.f~o 2.s~ S homno !
/0 nia oa wN
EACit SATURDAY IN 31AlItI!
I lprize...f . ... -I."* ..--- .--- . .---- -
I priz.e of..........Hi0 is......------."
I p riie f.......---. 4.i*A i------- .
1 prize of . .. --- '-'"'Oi. - -. - ' '- - '. - -
1 pirize f .. t . .4. i4 i.----------------.---.
1 pr.z of.... - K 1....... .............. :.J
1 p r ..... ... -i - --- --.-.----'--- ..-.- - i
41 priz if....... .n are ...............
4 rizes o .... ---*i0 nre..................h.2
4.priz.......... ...- d'1 are................24l
lfa. prize.s *.f...........-fi are...............2I
5:e~l pr/zes ......--- -0 r...................."~iOf
4 Plrizesi *- 4l5' APi, -.,x'tiing 1.7.i;i' Prize are...$ia
4 Prizes of Gau <- -- ,2i 'r7ze are..1,t
4 P'rizes of 2'r " 140M tPrizei In.. S's
4 Perize' iof 125 '- " 5-'i rrnze aria... Si
4 Prizes oflt hi ' " 4i0ia Prizes ard... 40n'
4 Priz,.s of i!. * * :.-.i0 lPri.'es are... l
S.,.;z ,s it ,,) .. " l,;i l'izes are.. '21)4
,000 P'rizes of '20 ....-- ---------J,0
i4l Priz..sam~os ,inctn.............. S3'd.94O0
Whole Tickets $10; Halves 75; Quartars SS,50.
PL~.)1.F Till:' 'siTltR~.
The Numl.ers fr. ail toi .-,,s1:', corri'.po.ninlu with those
unthere ifn .ne T1 sets piriraied ion -eparnte slips .f pnper,
ari eeireea withi9-nali linii buler.. sill ifnceid im onr- wher.i
The nt :57 pri . -iiimisaly piroted and e.neirctled, art
ihi'..9.'i ...rr$-.v..i'--. :iin.i i iinntr Is i1rniwn
if awn fri eri . lii ..'er It jel. Theui min,:befr ando prrAe drant r
ire. by the s ojii-,,l-irs : ihe prie l.eine piacedl fagamal
In nubrsrw. Tis iperationu is repieaid until all the
Appr~'ibtfJn) PrZ-r..--The1i tw preceding ani
P'iiri- wiil b-- eut' 'ed t-, the~ th. Ajpproimaintiion Pri::e. 10o,
exa de: It Tic.- -A No. 1 l,2;) .ratws tiie $tifnn0 Prize.
those Tikeuf. nur.." tred il,24S, ll--4i. 11.25., lf,52. witl
eiah be enaledli .a $-400- if Tiickei . .l raewu fle
e lie enttitsedi 1. WiU. and oi un1 accorum;;i to the almvt
The b,0 1 rlze of $2i1 will be determined by the lasl
gurneftbet sw.;eh drawsathe $iuUA00. For example,it1thc
No. drawing the T'O pQ rize ends with No. 1. ten all thb
Tickets whore the aum ben ends in 1 will lbe etitled to $20
if te Numnber n' .Is w th Number 2. then all the Ticketa
where the 'nmber ands 1n 2 will be cntitied to $20O, and at
onI 1tTFW.VAT/, OF P'ACKAGES will be sold at thi
lluwingc r'aes, 'rbich is the rIsk :,
Ceriflent of P's:kage of ten W1inte TIcket,.......9
Cetilcate of Pa .kage of ten liail Tickets..........,.4
Certicate of Pa kage of ten Quarter Tickiets..........2
Certticate of Pa ~age of ten Eighthl Tickets............1
-in Orde.-tug Ticketil or' Certtficatecs,
-Enclse the am aey to our addr es. for thei Ticketsa ortlered
on r~ceipit if wl.' h t'iey will be fo'rwitrheid by flest mail
P 'urchasers can !.. are T~icketa ending in anly figure they mant
.$-d' '' Lua .f Drawn Numblers and. Prizes will be
seimt to oirtchatse. ulimedintelty after the dirawing.
gy uenewill please write their signatures plaii
and ive their 1' ci Oflic. Cunty andl State.
grimemnh r that every Prnize Is drawn and payable Ii
full without dedli- jtion,
ggAil pirize.' f 1,000 andiu undier.patid imiuciatelv afle;
the ring.l~-Ot.er prizes at thec usttai l t of thIrty days.
g~fAll comir inicittins strictly cioddeintial.
gg/ Address cnders for Tickets or Ce'rtiflentes to
ei SW .\N x UC) . Atiogunta, Ga
g*" A lIst of t' s nuimbers that areadrawni from thiewhsel
with, tie amount if the prize that each one Ia entitled tl
will be pubthshe4t after every idrawing. ini the followimng pa
er-Neow Ornl aus Dcita. Mobile P.i'giste.r. Charlesto:
iiilianr, Nash rille Gazene,. Atlatnta lntelligeneer. Nvi
York Wekly Dtay. lnok. Augunta (Gn.) Contiutionalisi
ltiehmundi lDspatch, New Yoirk Dispntch, Pfaltding (Mise.
Citriiin, and Savannah Morning News.
Feb. 24 4t 7
-Improve your Sight,
r E havo now on haind a good asmorfment
fGODand. $hI.VElt SPECTA
CLES,-th Gery best artcle.
Also, Steel framed Spee-aeles, German Silve
1eueles and Pl1ated Spectacles, to suit all atg
Conavo Conivex, Pertsci'pie anod Double sighte
Convex anid Coneavo Glasses itedl to Go'd an.
Sil~r ftrames at -h..rt liti, 4' anfd moade aite prices.
E. TWEEDY & CO.,
Ne ar the Lower Mtarket House.
Auiaia Ga.. Dec 7 f 4
(NEXT DOOR TO B. C. BRYAN'S STORE,)
BY E. T. DAVIS, AGENT.
5 r H R Pnblic are respectfully Informed that the
EXCHANGE ls now openl for the accom
modation of all lovers of good esting,aand that I
few persons can obtain regzlar board at this
House. Fresh Shad, Oysters, Gaie, Hams and
a Egs, Cofiee, &c., furnished at short notice.
On the first floor of this House, the Subscriber has
just opened a LARGE AND FULL
ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES,
wh'ch he prop .Aes tot sell at low figures for CASH.
Ilis stock consists of a good variety of
Sugar, Coffee. Tea, Molanses, Syrup
CHEESE, BUTIER, LARD,
Suporflne Wheat and Backwheat FLOUR;
Irish POTATOES, ONIONS;
MACKEREL, in Kitts, half-bartels and bbls.;
Sardines, Lobsters, Samon, Cod Fish;
Dried Beef, Smoked Tongues;
PICKLES, Preseived and Brandied FRUITS;
'4P1CES of all kindie; Ketchups; Maccaroni;
Crackers. Boston and 6oda Biscuits;
Casdies anad Confectionary,
ORANGES, LEMONS, PINK APPLE14;
Apples, Figs, Rai-ins. Currants, Caron;
N UTS of every description;
Candles, Starch, Soap, Yeast Powders;
Tubs, Buckets and Pails, &c., &c.
Together with a splendid and full variety of
Fine Brandies, Wines, Whiskey, Gin,
Rum, Cider, Porter, Ale, &c.
Also, a fine supply of
TOBACCO, SINARS AND $NUFF.
--.A MI.N.a o4
In connection with the EXCHANGE, (in the
rear on the first floor,) tle*--subecriber has a well
fItrnished mU M M @@M a provided
with good LIQUORS, -EGARS, &c.
5gf- The Subscriber solicits a liberal share of
the trade, and ptomises to render satisfaction unto
all who. may be pileased to petronise the Eschango.
E. T. DAVIS, Agent.
Edeield, Feb 10 tf 6
HOTEL FOR SALE!
trg lE CARO0LINA TiOTEL, for
I mLr'y known as the SPANN
11OT E L, is now off. red for sale, and "
will be oiered on the n.ost aceommo
.l.,ting terms as to time.
This h(TEL is situated lu the- most eligible po
tition ii, the Vilhnge, on the South side ut lalue
Street. nar enough to the Publio Sqanre tor all
purpo-re, and suiciently quiet and retirvd; and
IIL alwiys. since its oetabliAbment as a Hotel, done
a g.-od L.uistnss. and wil no doubt co1tit1e t) do
so as long as well kept.
A ny person desirous of ente'ing into this busi
ness would do well to call and examine the
e,-ieetial with this I lotel are coimodious Sta
elis, coni ngiii over me.e hunedred well-r-gulated
staili, Carriaue lioun-. Cri s. &o Alse, good
L. ts ter Prover's Stock, and a fiue Gard. n, ab<.ut
one acre in size, not surpussed by any. The whole
premis,.s contain about three leres.
The- undersigned would not be induced to offer
this valuable itoperty for sale, were it nuot for do
mestic Aietfiotns. fie is now d.sposo d to turn his
attent.ou to some other occupation.
F. M. NICHOLA5.
Edgefleld, Oct 19 tf 41
Ridge Land For Sale,
T offer for Side my VALUABLE COTTON
1 Pi.ANTATION. containing about Five
Hundred Acres, lying on the E~dgefiekl ad
On it is a 6n:- one Story llouse, with basemebt,
and a plenty of out buildings of every kind, all new.
Ateci to eve-ry field there is a good niew gute well
painteed, and a plenty of water; also, a plenty of
hine Graupeb, an Orchaurd, Sbrubbery &c., und au
aumi.nev of line tinber anud good drinking water
Cali and examine-i know you will be pleased.
Sept. 30 tf '88
Edgefild Iliale Academyt
T 1El exercises of the RElgeleld male aasdemiy
will be resumeod on the second Monday ini
Feoury. under the directi.,asaf Mr James l.ly,
as proneipal. and Mr. T. A. D'owtin, as assistant.
Excellent boarding may be hadl in th:: Vi~iuge and
vicinity foer any number oef students, and the Trus
t.n.s flitter thiemselves that the faeilities neew oa'red
the yeung men or~ th.s section of the State for ase
uirini a thioeough Engli-h and Chus-ieal education,
wil bring to the A caderev a iree netmber of pupils.
Rt. T. MIMS,1
A. SIMKINS, g
G. A. ADDISON, -.
JMENJ. WALIm0, [
W. C. MOR AGNE. -
Jann.27 tf - 3
TilE E:xercise of this institution will 1.e re
sinmed on MONDAY 25th January 1868, an
le the control antd instruiction of Mr. GEORkH
Classical Department rper .oession..15 00
English "ee"--- 10 (0
Elementary "~ "e "i -- 7. 0
Chlemistry~ Natural Phioophy, tsurveyingc and
lokkepimt2-Practicali anid Theoretical-belong
to the Classical Departmenit, and are charged ac
N. B.-Every kind of dissipation is std ctly for
bidden By the : utes of the 'School, all offenders are
expelled or suspeinded without benetit of clergy.
W. I1ARRICON, President.
0. J. SIIRPPARD, Trustees.
W. T. WEST.
Jan. 13 3m 1
' Ti Exeerciseas of thes.e institutions will be-ree
I scimed cn the first Meinday in Februarf sext,
uneler the supervisiont of .Mr. .1 A M F MOR RIS
in the Femab.and A. P. BUTLER, Eq., in the
Mr. Moas has h-ail nirne or tsn yearu experience
in t<-nthino : aned came to thise piace highly rtewm
moned b-, thaoe for whiem he hsd taught, and
iterR. and s vear's experi.-ne-e here haa proven he
is entiied to the lhieh test moni.,1s bestowed upon
ei. and n e chee rfu'h: and coatietial'y commi. Nd
hi, to the publie as one well enileuinted to advane.
eupils entruste.l te b:s enre'. lie will also super
vise thee most advanced puils in the Ma~e depai t
Mr. Emsa' c55 apaltilities to teach and maunge
are ,o wi ll known that we deem it unneessaiy to
,y an) hinig in regard to his merits.
Prof. BA RIL-EY wi~l instruct in Music and
Fren -h. lie is reputed to bo a ihorough French
.. Rates et Tuition..
Primary iBtanches, per sesesion,.,.9,0)
See-nd Class " " ,,..... -?,I0
Third Class " " ~ - --,-5,hJ0
Feurth Class "i "i ... - 18.00
Fre nch, extra " ' . ... 20.00
Msie, "l " " ...-.... .5,00
Cntingcnt expsuses " ' ..5 .. 50
11. A. SH AW, .'ee'ry.
BEECH ISLAND ACADEMY
EDGEFlELD DISTRICT, S. C.
LEWIS T. KIDD, Principal,
fHlE next Session of this School will begin oft
.the 1st iebruary, 1858.
The Principal hopes that his Inng experiencee and
entire devotion to the business of Teaching, may
make the Schieol worthy of the patrona ge of the
public. Students will be prepared for a Collegiate
course, or for the practical duties of life.
TERMS PE R SESSION OF FIVE MONTHS,
Classical and Mathematical Course.........25
Board can be obtained in private families near
the Academy on reasonable tee ms.
For lturther information address the Principal or
g.Jonathan M. Miller, Esq., Augusta, Ga.
Jan.20 188 tf 2
OTK@E--All persona indebted to me by
INote or Account wili call at the Offiee of
SSpan & Denier, and settle.
B. J. RYAN.
Feb 9 tf 5
I OTICE.-AII persons indebted to us are
Nearn.stly requested to call and settle their
A ccounts, by Cash if possible1 otherwise by Note.
Feb8 . tf *