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A. DUEL TamS MouNKo.-Lieuts. Williama
and Bell, United States Army, fought this morn
ing, at Bladensburg, at half-past 8 a. m.- Shots
were exchanged, the ball from Bell passing
through Williams' hat. Williams, reserving his
fire, lowered his pistol and fired in the ground
The friends of the parties then interposed, and
the affair was adusted on terms satisfactory and
honorable.to bot terms.
The principals in this duel were Lieut. David
Bell, 1st Cavalry, and Lieut. Robert Williams,
1st Dragoons. Captain James McIntosh, Ist
Cavalry, acted as secOnd for Bell, and Colonel
Hardee and Lieut. Hill for Williams, we hear.
Dr. W. H. Berry was the surgeon of both parties.
This is the second duel only that has taken
place petween graduates of the West Point Mili
tary Academy. The first was between Capt. W.
M. Graham (who was subsequently killed at
Molino del Rey) and Lieut. F. Paige. G. was
wounded sli ly. They were both of the 4th
infantry.- Washington Star, 23d.
A BLoomiG1'Tos DEn'ris.-The following we
co from a buisiness circular of an Illinois tooth
puler at bloomington:
Benevolent Institution.-Dr. J. Payne, Dentist,
having once more opened an office in Bloomping
ton, will perform all operations on the teeth at
greatly reduced prices. A beautiful silver cup
will be presented to the person having the great
est number of teeth extracted-and a splended
gold watch will be awarded to the one having
the finest set of artificial teeth inserted. Teeth
extracted for a dollar a dozen.
Goon Tzs-r.-Newspaper subscriptions are
infalliable indications of a man's moral honesty.
They will sooner or later discover the man. I f
he be dishonest, he will cheat the printer in some
way; say he has paid when he has not; de
clare he has a receipt somewhere; or sent the
money and it was lost in the mail; or will take
the paper for ears without paying, and then
move off, and leave it coming to le office he
left. Thousands of professed Christians are dis
honest; and the printer's book will tell fearful
tales in the final judgment.-.Suthern Baptist.
ET AL.- An Alabama correspondent of the
Mobile Advertiser writes to that paper as fol
" A certain fat constable, in the country of
C - w, State of Alabama, once received a
writ from a Justice of the Peace, known as Josh
M- c. The case was R-vs. D--e al.
The good constable, who was more famed for
his honesty than literary attainments, was sore
I puzzled at et al. So, after keeping the writ
or a week, he entered the Justice's office with
much anxiety depicted on his countenance, and
saluted Squire Josh, with this exclamation:
'Josh, who's the et al! I've been looking for
him all over the country for a week, and I can't
find him. I don't believe there's such a man in
"How do you and your f.iends feel now?"
said an exultant politician in one of our Wes
tern States to a rather irritable member of the
defeated party. "I suppose," said the latter,
" we feel just as Lazarus did when he was lick
ed by dogs,"7
THE COST OF THE INvsTIGATING CoMMITTEES.
The congressional investigating committees will
prove to be rather expensive affairs. They have
already, it is stated incured an expense of forty
thousand dollars, for which an appropriation is
now asked, and they are not half through. They
will cost government one hundred and fifty thou
thousand dollars, and effect nothing at last.
Miniso at Edgewood, on 25th February, Mr. M.
C. BUTLER and MARIA S., daughter of Col. F.
W. PIcKENs. ____
SB I T UA RY.
DiD.-Dcember 4th, 1957, Mr. JOIIN ROBINSON, In
the 60th year of hi. age.
Dtzu-December 10th, 1857, of Pneumonia, Mrs. RACII.
EL l[ARVELY, daughter af John Rtobfinson, aged about
iwenty-three years. and three months.
The deceased was dedicated to od in Infancy, and
trained up in tbe bosom or the Churcai Long Cane, and
being endowed by nature with an exclent mind was jant
- -Inrant of the retplan of salvation by grace. throg
fth in the Lord esus: but for somie cause, igd never mad
aupblic prfsion of her faith. Her husband is a mem
ber of the Baptist Church. The attack being violent and
death coming suddenly, left but little .o runlty for reb i
toes converse anda pious mneditation: bu the wrierf.ud
her in the deepest and most intense anxiety about her soul's
salatIon, strugglingfIninrayer toG.a that she might be
no lguage cnexIress she repeated spin an aai thi
and childl, mother and brothera to mourn her early le,ar
lure. She wau cut off it the midst of her dais. 0how
onten does our Lord's solemn admonitiuon come home to us
-" Be ye also ready for the Sen of MJan comueth at an hour
when ye think not." 'I ' '.
HAMBURG, Mar 1.
Corrox.-Our Cotton market has been bouyant the
past week, and during the latter part prices advanced
to 11g. There has been no sales since the receipts
of the lalest foreign advices, which quoted 1 farthing
advand., and will cause prices to advance here to 12
cents. We quote 10 to 12 ets'. as extremes.
GnocetliUs, Akc.-Brown Sugars 8 to 11 eta; Rio
Coffee 12 a 14 cts.; Java Cof'ee, 20 ets'.; Flour (coun
try) $6 per barrel; Bacon hog roung 11) ets.; Mo
lasses (N. 0.) 35 to 40 e.; Molasses (W. J.) 2S to 30c.;
Corn 65 to 70 c; Oats GO to 85; Gunny Cloth 14 to
15 per yard ; Batle Rope 10 to 121 eta per lb. K.
~SALE FID,~M'LANE'S VERMIFUE.
gW Among the hundreds of letters, certlflcates and or
ders received by the proprietors, Fleming Bros., of Pitt,~
burgh, Pa., of this medicine, the following are selected to.
show its chtaracler, and the effect or its use in a distant part
of the West:
RovAwro~r, Boone Co. Is., May 10, 1E.50.
Messrs. Faxzo Baos.-Gentlsnen-1 write to y ou I.o so
licit an agency for the invaluable Vermtifuge you prepare.
Sometime since, I purchased one dozen vials of Mr. C. Edy,
and prescribed It in my practice ; and It proved co effectual
In the expulsion or worms, that no other preparation wi
satisfy the citizens of this viinage and vicinity. Please send
me one grues of ihe Verumifuge immedIately. Your., &c.
yaw Puovinas, Tenn., July 1,1951.
Messrs. FLrsO Buo,.-Please send the Vermifuge foi
us a~s soon as possible, as we are nearly out1, and the demand
for It Is very great. We believe It to be the best Vennifuge
ever invented. PORTER &k DYCUS.
g' Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR
M'LANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, mann
factured by FLEMING BROS., of Pittsburgh, Pa,
All other Liver Pills in comparison are worthless,
Dr. M'Lane's genuine Liver Pills, also his celebrate~i
Vermifuge, can now bo had at all respectable druj
stores. None geauine ueithout1 the signature of
42 FLEMING BROS.
3"Tne Friends of WiLLIAM GREGG, Esq.
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sen
ator at the next election.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE
BROOM & NOR RELL, Augusta, Ga., will de
liver in Augusta antd Hamnburg all goods bought o:
them FREE OF CH ARGE.
Augusta Ga., Nov. 9 tf 44
After Monday 18th inst., Monday, Tuesday ani
Wednesday of every week, will be assigned foi
Sawing Lumbser; and Thursday, Friday and Su't
urday, for Grinding Wheat and Corn. Customeri
are requested to keep standinig turns at the Mill
which will be a convenlienice to all concerned.
R. T. MIMS.
Jan. 13 tf
Concordia Lodge, Nos 50, A. F. M
A Regular Communication of thi
Lodge will be held nt their NE.
11A L~r, in the Od~l Fellows & Mnt
sonic Huildinug, 'In Saturday evening
the 18th Mar.. at 7 o'elovk, wheci
thie Rev Mr. PICKETT will delive
an Address on the Esoterie Ethies~ of the Maiste,
Masons. The brethren of this and the adjoinaini
Lodges in the District are cordially invited to at
tend. E. BLAND, W. M.
D. R. Duaisoz, See'ry.
Mar 8 2t 8
AFTERNOON AND EVENING!
W ILL eive TWO MORE GRAND ENTER
T AIN.MENTS at the Odd Fellows & Ma
sonic Hall, consisting of
AND LEARNED CANARY BIRDS!
This AFTERNOON, Wednesday March 3d, com
mencing at 3 o'clock, and In the LVENING at 7.
W Admission, 50 Cents-Children 25 Cents.
Mar3 1 8
A 3 A 3 D.D
DR. G. H. FORT would respectfully an
nounce to his friends and the public generally
that he has moved his location to Major A. D.
Bates's, near Leesville Post Office.
Mar 3 8t* 8
COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, I
CxALrssToaI, 18th Feb. 1858. 5
To the Tax coliector of Edgefleld
SIR :-The sum of Six hundred and fifty Dol
lars being due the State by the Commissioners of
the Poor for Edgefield District, being for the
maintenance, &c. of Pauper Lunatics, as appears
from the statement furnished this Office by the
Secretary and Treasurer of the Lunatic Asylum:
You are therefore hereby authorized and required
to collect from th'e taxable inhabitants of your
District (in addition to other assessments now au
thorized by law) the said sum of six hundred and
fifty Dollars ($660) with 5 per cent advance there
on for your Commiisions,-und this shall be your
warrant for the same under 1st Section of the Act
of 1827. J. D. ASHMORE,
Psi W. J. LAVAL.
T HE above Orders was received by me on the
26th February, and I am truly sorry to say
to those who met me previous to the 27th Februa
ry and made their returns and some of them paid,
that it will be necessary for them to meet me at
my next appointments, and pay their respective
proportion of the said additional Tax. It appears
to me that the Comptroller General might have
furnished me with his assessment sooner, but so it
is and I must obey orders.
T. DEAN, T.C.E.D.
Mar 3 St 8
Asheville Mutual Insurance
C O X P A N Y.
OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER GENERAL
CoLuxaA, Feb. 24, 1868.
I CERTIFY that A. G. TEAGUE, Agent of the
Asheville Mutual Insurance Company, has
complied with the conditions and requisitions of
the Act of the General Assembly entitled " An
Act to regulate the Agencies of Insurance Compa
nies not Incorporated in the State of South Caroli
na," passed on tho 20th day of December in the
year of our Lord 18:0, and hereby LICENSE the
said A. G. TEAGUE, Agent as aforesaid, to take
risks and transact the business of Insurance in
behalf of the Company aforesaid.
J. D. ASHMORE, Comp. Gen'l.
Mar 8 8t 8
Sam will have it Pure,
I HAVE this day received two Barrels of pure
RYE WHISKEY, and five Barrels of pure
CORN WHISKEY, very old and pure-shipped
by Mr Cenn, direct from North Carolina. Some
of the most eminent Physicians of Augusta pur
chase it for their use. For sale by
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
N. D.-On hand 25 Bbls. Key Stone Mononga
Hamburg, Mar l tf 8
lUST received a large supply of Fresh Macke
rel, consisting of
10 halt Bbla. N" 1 Mackerel;
10 " " "2 "
10 quar. " " 1 "
10 " " " 2 "
25 Kitts " 1 4
10 Whole Barrels No 3 "
10 quar. Barrels MePH '
600 L bs. Cod Fish, &c.
Also, five Barrels pure Cider VINEGAR;
Two Pipes puro White Wine"
Ir-'or sale by S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg, Mar I tf 8
Boot and Shoe Manufactury !
''H E :Subscriber respectfully informs the cit
1. izens of Edgefieldl and particular his old
friends and patrons that he is still at his old stand,
ext the Advertiser Office, with a good stock of
BOOTS A VD SH OES,
Embracing a fine variety .of Gents' and Ladies
Walking NHOE 2, Fine Pump soled, Welted and
Waterroof BOOTS whiich lie will sell LOW FOR
D.SH. lIe is also prepared to make to order the
inest article of Boots, Shoes and Gaiters that lhas
been offe.red for sale in this market.
N. McEVOY, Agent.
LV N. B. An apprentice wanted to learn the
[Boot and Shoe trade.
Mar 3 ly 8
N OTICE-All persons indebted to the Es
tate of the late H. Me. Hlerlong are requested
to make p~aym~enit immediately to the Subscriber,
or his A gent James D. lHerlong ; and those having
demands upon said Estate will present them to
either of us prop--rly attosted.
HENRY C. HERLONOl Ad'or.
Ma r3 4* 8
L OST-A Note of hand for 8150, dated about
the 1'Jth November, payable one day after
date-given by J. W. Pitt. to the Undersigned. All
persons are watrned from trading for said Note, as
it h:,s been settled. SAMUltL WEBB.
Dec 30, 1657. . 3t* 8
NOTICE TOBR EDGE BUILDERS
W IL L bc let to the Lowest bidder the building
of the Bridge across Stevenss' Creek, near Mr.
George McKie's, on Wednesday the 12th day of
May next. The conditions will be specified at the
day of letting, and will be let at the Creek, pre
cisely at 11 o'clock. J. P. NIXON, Coin.
Mar 3 l0t* 8
8tate of South Carolina,
Robert Y. Marsh and others,
os [BiW for ParLi
Martha 0. Kimbrell and tion and Acc*.
IT appearing thatthe Defendants Henry Timannm
Iand his wife Caroline, reside without, the lim
its of this state : It is ordlered that the said De
fedants demur, plead or answer to the Bill within
three months from the publication of this order, or
the said Bill bo taken pro confuess ag:ainst thems.
Feb 22, 1857. 8m 8
state or southa Carolina,
S. G. Meriwether, et al.,
BY order from Chancellor Wardlaw, all per
sons having demands against the Estaite of
Mrs. Frances Meriwether, sold by the Commiis
sioner in this case., will present and. prove their de
man'd. at nmy oflice within three months from the
date of this advertisement, or their claims will be
A. SIMKINS, c. a a. D.
Mar 3, 1858. 3m 8
COME GENTLEMEN, TREAT !!!
WiIl fN you go to Illamburg you can get goo]
WVeating at Da. CUNNINGHAM5, at the Mamri
can Hotel, and GOOD DRINKI SG at the bar ci
Our House, which is attached to the Hotel, and
under the supervision of the Subscriber.
JOHN C. BOIILER.
TUmaburir. Sept. 30 6m 3
FLOUR AND CORN MEAL-Can bi
,had at my house for Cash.
Leather-Harness, Sole, Upper, Kips, &c.
R. T. MIMS.
Feb.3 tf 4
WAN4TED a young Neuro Fellow abou
VT18 years old, as an Apprentice at thei
Blacksmith's trade, for whom liberal wages wilj
be given. A pply at this Office.
Mar 3 tf 8
NmOTCE--Application will be made at th
LInext Session of the Legislature to move ths
Court House to Shatterfield.
un a 26S
Edgefield Female CoUegiate
T HE Exercises of this Institute will commence
on the FIRST DAY of March next under
the management of
MISi A. J. R. MEARS,
MRS. ANN P. CLARKE and
MISS M. CLARKE.
These Ladies come to us highly recommended
as ladies of refinement and Scholarship, and with
strong testimonials of their competency, experi
ence and efficiency as Teachers.
'[he Proprietors feel well assured that the Insti
tute, under the management of these Ladies, wi.1
he well conducted, and will afford educational fa
cilities equal to those of any Institution in the
The Scholastic year is divided into two Sessions
of five months each. The first Session will end
on the I1th July. The second will commence on
the 2nd day of August and end on the 17th day
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,.............. - .-- - .*_.$12,50
In the Collegiate Department, including Read
ing, Writing, Eng. Grammar, Geography,
Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Geometry,
Algebra, Logic, Rhetoric, Eng. Coinposi
tion and Vocal Music, per Session,.......20,00
French (Extra) per Session............. 10,00
In the Ornamental Department,
For Music on Piano, per Session......... 25,00
For Drawing and Painting in Water Col
ors, per Session . -...-........-........10,00
For Needle Work, Embroidery, &c. pr Ses 5,00
Students of Music on the Piano will be charged
$3 per Session for u-e of Piano, to pay expense of
keeping instruments in tune.
Each pupil will be charged $1.50 per Session to
defray contingent expenses, for fuel, &c.
The Institute will be furnished with three Pi
anos in three separate rooms of the Institute build
ing for the use of the pupils.
Vocal Music is deemed by the Proprietors to be
a necessary part of every young lady's education,
hence singing is made a part of the regular exer
cises of the Institute, and the whole School will be
exercised in Vocal music as often as twice a week.
W. W. ADAMS,
S. W. NICHOLSON.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 23, 1858. tf 7
MT, ENON ACADEMYi
T IE Exercises of this Institution will be re
sumed on MONDAY the 23d of February.
We take great pleasure in announcing to the
public that we have engaged Mr. C. D. OLIVER,
to take charge of this Academy. Mr. 0. is a
graduate of the Citadel Academy, in Charleston,
and Gen. JAMsS JoNEs, Chairman of the Board of
Visitors. In a let.er to us, recommends hima as be
ing eminently qualified as a Teacher, and a young
gentleman of unexceptionable character.
Our design in employing a teacher of sutch rare
qualifications is to establish a first class Academy,
in which parents may lie enabled to give their
sons a good substantial business education, or have
them prepared to enter the State Military A cade
mv. Mr. 0. will teach all the branc-hes that are
ta'ught in that Institution, a list of which will be
publisbed soon, together with the Rates of Tuition.
The above Academy is situated 25 miles North
east of Edgelield C. H., and in, six miles of Chapel
Station, on the Greenville &, Columbia Rail Road,
and it is certainly one of the most healthy loca
tions in the State.
gWApplicants will please address Mr. C. D.
OLIvEa, Coleman's X Roads, Edgefleld District, S.
C., or either of the :Subscribers, at the same Post -
Board can be obtained at $9 per month.
Col. W. M. CL.ARY,
WM. A. STRO THER,
Dr. WM. COLE.\AN,
Feb16 _____ *_ 0_
LINENS, LINENS, LINENS.
DlICKE~Y & PHIBDS have just received
p51er steamer Adriatic, a large lot of IR ISH
iNENS, manufactured expressly for us. 'arties
n want of a pure, undrossud Ir.sh Lien nr. Euro
eana prices, would do well to call and examine,
Augusta, Feb. 31858 tf 4
4"After lile St0o'rm 0011108 ulm,
TE TIN MANUIFACTORY is still going on
in its usual manner at Edgefield C. II,, and
the P ,oprietor takes this opiportnity of returning i
his thanks to his kind and numerous customers
for their libieral patronage con ferrd on himn; and
opes, by strict, attention to business, to mterit, a
entinuat(in of the saime.
MERChIANTS wishing Tin Ware, by sending
a few lines, can be accommnodated on as reasona.
ble termis as at any other pilace.(
ROOFING, GUTTERING and other JOB WORK
one with disipatch, and in a workmanlike muanner.
C. L. RIE FO. I
Lg N. B. Thin Ware delivered to Merchants free
Jack lMalto for 5ale!
HI arc several Jacks, I wish to .soil my finei
Jack M ALTO of the .\ialteze Stock, eight years
old. of good size, well put up, and is a sure foal
getter, and can show as muany line nine colhs as
any Jack of his age.
I will sell him low for cash, or on good time to
an approvedl purchaser. Any one wishing to buy
can se e him at my residence, Stoncland, d i miles
North of Edgetield C. II.
BENNET IIOLL AND.
Feb25 2t 7
THE STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA
B Y WV. F. DU RISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, J. H. WV. Werta htathi applied to me
for Letters of Administration, en all and singular the
g~ods anad chautles, rights and c.red its of N. F.
Caughman late of the District aforesaid dlec'd.
Th~ese are, therefure, to cite antd adlmonishm all and
singular, the~ kindred and creditors of the maid deceas
ed, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinry's
Court for the maid District, to be hulden at Edgelield
Court House, on thte 15th day of March inst, to
how cause, If any, why the said administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this lit day or
March, in the year of our Lord one tousand eigh~t
hundred and fifty-sevent and in the eightty-second year
of Americatn iudependence. F UIOoa
March 3, 1858 2:8
STATE OF SOUThl CA ROLINA,
B Y WV. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
Wereas, Sterling Freeman, hathn appliedi to m.a for
Lettrs of Administration, on all and singular the
godsaand chattles, rights and credits of Fances Brack
nell of the District aforeuaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singlar, thme kindred and crediteors or the saidl deceas
ed, to he and appear before me,at ourest Ordinary's
Court for the saith District, to he heolen at Edgefihl
C. H., on the 15th day of March inast, to showe
cause, if any, whiy the said admuiniutration sh~ould not
Given under my hantd amnd seal, this 2nd day cfi
March in the year of eour Lordh one thousandl eight
htundredmnd fifuy-seven, and mn th~e82nd yeear of Am net
can Independence. W. F. DU ItISOE, O. E. k.
M ach,33 2t 8
TH E STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
BY W. F.IDURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield
Whereas, Milley Coleman andl Bennett Perry, hath
applied to me fur Letters of Atdminimtration on all
and singular the goods and chattles, rights and cred
its of James Coleman, late of the District aforesaid,
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred aid creditors of the said dleceas
ed, to be and appear before meat our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be h~olden at Edigefield
C. H., on the 15th day of Marcht next, to shtow
ats, if any, why the said administration should not be
Given, under my hand and seal, this 27th (lay or Feb.
in the -ear of our Lord one theousa~nd eagh~t hundhr,
and fiti y-seven and in the 82nad year of Anamiepn
Indeendece. W F. DURISOE, O. E. I).
MasniS 8 2
10 THE LADIES OF EDGEFIELD
AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS!
GREAT AND UNUSUAL INDUCEMENTS!
W E ARE NOWclosing out FOR CAS11,
our very large Stock of Fall and Winter
The entire balance of our Rich silks and Win
ter Fancy Dress Goods must he closed out in
THIRTY DAYS to make way for spring Goods.
To accomplish ilur eXpectations, we are deter
ined to ollbr Goods at such prices as will com
mand an immediate sale.
We solicit the ati.ntion- of purchasers to this
sale, and feel satisfied- that the attractians offered
will be sufficient to induce every customer to ap
preciate this rare opportunity for securing bar
One price only, marke4-in plain figures; there
rore no purchaser will be overcharged.
The sale como-enced on THURSDAY MORN
NO, (4th Feb.,) and will continue for THIRTY
DAYS, only. DICKEY & P BBS.
J The character of our h. use is a suflicient,
uarantee that we will sell as advertistd, without
gard to cost.
Augusta, Ftb 1858 2t G
FRESH GROCERIES I
''HE Subscriber has just received a new and
. fresh stock of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &C.
huich have been purchased at reasonable prices,
nd will accordingly be sold at very moderate
roflts. Give my goods an examination, and you
rill be convinced that my figures are low and
iroceries excellent. The assortment consists of
Crushed'pnld Loafed SUGAR-;
Powdeted A. B. and Mluscovado Sugars;
Old Government .ava and Rio COFFEE;
Sugnr House and New Orleans SYRUP;
Fin. Buckwheat FLOUR;
BUTTKR, ClEESEC, H AMS;
RICE and NIACCARONI;
NACKEREl, No. I and 2-Bbles;
Dried Beef and Be. f' T- -ngues
tysttrs. Sardines,Salmon, Lobsters, Cod Fish;
Soda Biscuit, Butt-4Crackers;
uett CItACKERS of all descriptions;
PICK1FR,. Preserves, Ch-.w Chow;
CANDIES, large assortment;
kties, IKnisams, Citron, Lurrauits. Prunes ;
English Walnuts, Almunlds, Filberts, Pereovies
Lemons, Oranats. Pine Apples. Cocoa Nuts ;
Preserved FRUITS, Brandy PEACHES, &c.;
(ren TOMATOES and PEAS in Cane
PE PPER and SPICl.S of all kinds;
Table SA LT, F.ast Powders;
Flavoring Esseneies in great variety;
Worce,tershire rnsuee. a flne a-ticle;
T E AS of -.verj kind-Hyson, Black andl Green;
S ) \ P, a good axsortment 6' every deseription.
'I U8ts m, all .izes,..Wood lIuekets, bra..s bound;
Fine assortmnent of TIN WARlE;
Miaekine andl elae Brushes;
Irish POT A TiiS. ON IONS;
GARI)EN SEED> of every kind, the best ever
brpu lht to, this place ;
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS,
Mndeira, lor: and Tenerit! WINES;
ourbon. Nectar. XX.. Rectified WHISKEY;
BRANDY of every quality :
Cii % ' \t PGNRit. Champagne CIDER;
PORTER, A LK, &c.
S'EGARS, TOBACCO AND SNUFF,
C % N I alF9, Sperm and Adamant ne: and all
ther artic'es usuoly ound in a' trocery Snare.
W. E. LEGG.
P.b - if 5
l~HE Subscribers teturn their thianksa to their
kind patrosas for the liberal supiport they
ave received, and reslpe.tfully solicit a contmuo
ne ol thau ~t, gneous payronage.
They state with confidence now that they are
yEL L PR-EPARED to carry on the
each making and Repairing Business
it its various branches. Their work shall be ex
ute ini a durable, hnadmne, style atnd by work
in skilled in their respective trades.
We have and intend a'ways keepintg on hand a
arue and line assoirtmtent of
~ARIA GES, BUGGIES, ROCK A WA YS, &C,
) Cthi ourt ownt manatutre-hentiilul to beho!iald
d if much value t~o the lucky purtcha.,er.
We will also keelp cons'antly in saur Estuddisht
aent a tull St~ock of Northerna B :ti ES andl
A R I AG E.. of supierior mtaufactuire.
SAlsorts of R EPAIRING doane in the best
nanner, nand with the greatest dispateh.
r Call andl examline our Stack. Our prices
tave been put downu to cortreaapondu with the hard
in~es . SMIIl & JUNES.
Dec 2i tf nm_
CoAvasas' (tREli,.Janunery t5, 18,8.
IE I law Gap 1Be at Company a-e hereby "r
1. dred to be antd appear itt th..ir mn~o~tvr:aron
it .IJtes Reynolds' Sprning, inear I .eut II dl, o
stra-,~ the~ 27th lFebruary next, narmaal nior
~quippedas t lhe hovw d.reot- fair driat and inistrution.
At the smnoe time a tnd p'ace th- re wila beIn
Eletini hebtI fur Capman tia fil the v~taanne at
~a..ioned byv the prominion of I nyjt T. P. th awe.
lIy order oft Coal. I). L. S't. IA -
WaLVPa I.AsNiAM, Li..ut. Comn'dntg Cant; nniy.
laun 7l 5t * '
[enry lutdler uand wile E.limbetha,
Appats. -1Citat ion faor
ait Guggins *aad others, Def'ts.)J
IT appering to my satisfactioan that Isnac Gogin~is.
thea e .ildren of tlenry Goggins, decteal ; A n
drew Mts anad his wife Matilda. Williamo ting
ins and .lames Gaoggins, .lr., Defentdansts in the
u bte sated eue, reside beyon atia he limits oC thais
tate. it us therefore uordaeredl that theay d-, appearti
nd ajeea to the division or sale of the Real E~s
nate of .lumes Goggini, Sr., deceasedl, on ar before
Ilc 28th day of A pril next, or their consent to the
sme i.i be entered of record.
W. F. DURISOE,co E.D.
Feb. 8 1858 121 5
~~tae of south Carolina,
J oshua Segler, A pplicant, ioofr
vs. Ctto o
J hn Alkinoma and wife Eliz- P Jarlition.
IT apering to my satisfaction timt D~avidl Sscaler,
(s..n of D~empsey Segher, deceased.) one eof the
De tf,.ndante irn'the ahove stated ease, reside~s beyonds
te itis aof this Stats. It is thereaore ordered that
ie dii appear andte object to the divisioan or sale of
th Rel Estnte of George Segler, dle.-ease.d, oan or
beore. t'-e 29thi day !if A pril nexit, or his consetnt to
th same will be entered of record.
W. FA DUJRISOE, o0E.D.
Feb 8 1858 12t 5
$20 Reward !
I) UNAW AY from the Subscriber, about the lash
1 part, of Noyember, his Negroa mian EM ANU
iEl, about 25 years old, about 5 feet, 9 or 10 inv
ches high, weighs about 150 pounids, of rather dhark
completatin, and quick spoken whetn spoke to.
The above reward of $20 will tie paid for hit
divery to me, near Fruhit Hill, P. 0., or at the
Edgefield Jail. A ny information conceruning said
Negro thankfully reeelved.
MA RTIN E IDSON.
Feb 21 tf
C~UOCE FRLUIT--Just receivedl a fre.,
Jsupply of lieto PPLES, OR \NGlh3, L EM
ON, BANNAS, &c. Fair sale tcheap by
E. T. DAVIS, Agt.
Feb24 tf 7
XsAW NOT WCE.
M IV. GARY, Attorney at LAW and
e lic:tor in EQ ITY, will practice in ti.i an,
thu adjoining Dimitiets.
Office. above. . C. BRYAN'S Store.
De 16 ly -19
S. B. GRIFFIN,
.A~ttorney Eat i..aw,
Will attend punctually to all busin, ss entrusteid to
EDGFPIELD C. H.. Dec 2, 1 57. tf17
IL a -W N OT IC E.
T OMIPIINS & ItUTlflu will attewl to all h-u
T si,-st. in the C..urts if I aw for this and the
adjoining 1listriets, that may be ei.milted to their
Oie.., Law Range, Edlgefield, S. C.
R. W. Tourams. NI. C. BU'it.
Dee 9 tf 4r
D R. S. G. 30 1E V, havine I cated 7
maih-s N.h of EKlv. li11 ( . 11.. :it the t- rner
resideunce of Nr. innm-ti I hllhand. ,ffers his Pro
fessional mrvie..S to the citiz--n- r Ith surrioundini
eisuintry in the praenle - of \Il i C:N E, SU ROE
RY amd OBSTi-'ItlCS. Ili! stieiits a i...minaO!e
bare of public iAiroIt nige.
.Jlan 6 52
1, E ,ub.e: iher havine turn i'h-al htimIelf with
'I a license' ti. use this N EW PROC '.. of
INSERTING ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
Is now ready to ?.ervo- ail who maN' n.el such. with
an assurance of a more perfecIt adiaptation, and a
loser rejmhance to the i:ural organs. than can
. realize.I by any otlt-r method. Its perfect pu
rity. cl-anlisess, trecelin fr.-m al; taste. ol palvaie
s.nsatioen. durability. eomiort io.! :.ecarity. are
a.....ng .h.- a.l v..ntt:ita r da ia -d ',u Ihis U EtlPEI)R
mode of setting A rt.icial I-etl.
.June 24, tf4
0 A N D ID AT E S,
W5. oCr I. ErI; r.
WM. Q IA T T L E UM,
LEWI C'i VAlt,
W. W. SALE,
WILLIA31 L. ST.EVENS,
ROJEAT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
36oir Ta&.:= Colmectc)r.
M. W. LY IAE$,
E. W. 11115.
TIiE)01111L US DEAN,
CiHAS. Nl. MAY.
JOHN C. LOVE LESS,
orr_ -n r
E. 11. FOREST,
W. F. DU1ISOE,
T IO S. . & C. II. 11O 1 E,
SrCCESSORli TO LEE & . MOISE,
No. 7, HayneC Street,
CHARL.ESTON, S. C.
,lan 27 ly 3
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
na -i ju t11 re
iune fromt New~ York itad tuost0 COMP'LETE
tid MAGN 1 lFCE.\T aisortnwnat if
Respecfully rannunices to his frinds anid lImrons11
1hat Ie is tiew pireplaredI to exhibit as benutirn'
itd wlIl mann fa ictiutren assartlonent of CA BINET
FUtNITURE as can h~e foundl ill the Soutl.ern
Sate. This Stocuk .:electe.1 withi great, care,
mdi- lv.f rners him..etlf, with muichi ta-te and indg
et,-was. bugh~~t for CAS I1 at redneede liv
tires, andi conitetlyt iiIl Ie "IKli-edu as LO( '
is cnt lhe atlh~rd1ed. Mly large assortmient conisist$
in 1. of~
A splendid variety of line and~ superfine
rch iot.-all styles-of R o.ewoodl and Alahoganiy
2' 1A '5s,
Rosewood and IMahogany Libraries,
S EC R IKT A Ill i5 SwJTil BOO( K C A S ES.
A ~eutittI collectio ",!, R .iew,)il and Alahograny
A goodl stock of ce'llent spIring~ hottoml
.111d ervclsivc of lorw..'oil and Manhogany
FO . LDNG IO 1 10 1 BEIST E-\S,
S ON ;iiaal ois W'i)l ' I A i IES. sch as inus:
p leae lhe bst ju.iges '.f the ga ml ant LMauiti uI.
--A leot us
Corner Standis and rortable 'Desks,
A variety if lIne'
\An unuisualily larg~e assoirtiiett of
C. en'risinut Silil StIahisnvny spingta hittonm1. llok
C hairs Catnt seaLt~' iiap- It. ckini and al ' is
Chairs a smal'1 lot aef Pre~sott Ikak l'hairs;Ci
alcs, Nurce's mnal Sewinig Clamirs, antd Cl llde;
P 'att Chiairs.
Wirk Baskets, Faney Boxes andi Laidies'
Work Boixes, ChilbbIet's ihr-aus
Sposol Stanwls, Bird Cases
Dongh Piis, &c., &c.
This Stock which conntnanids t he admiration of
all who have kindily visited mfy new Store', was, at
aove stated, purchased on reasonable pniees, and
wll lbe sold asonishiply LOW FOlR CASh1. And
I woil here state that clreumstaunces with whici1
-all are well acqunaintred, renders it niecessary that
sould aopt the CASll SYSTEM and strIctly ad
hero to it, otherwise I cannot carry onf my business
An examination of my Stock Is solicited. Bettet
bargains are no to be had in Augusta or any
other Sothemi City.
R ep a irin g, & c,
I continue toe make to ornler any FUlRNITURIF
wanted, .mnd also to~ repair all 01ld Furniitu~re sent
Send aloz you work andl it alhall lie dlone im a
' I bespeak a libe.ral share of pubbeit patron
Juy , ~ tf 2 2
Cl fAY & TLULEY have receirda nn
\es ther lare lot of fn liibb Rl~on-bioundi Be'
BLANKETS, 1%-4, which nre to be sold for $4:
liir. -A eS) -
5 bales Negero BLANKETS, White and Colored
wich will lie sohul vecry low.
A .tuistt, Febi. 3~ is. tf 4
R AY & T UR LLEY have just receive<
e hundred doen~. TOW BlI ., at 75i. pa
doen; tifty dozen at $1; : ifty dozen at $1,50; an
liift '~vadozen extrma fino at 2l.C perlozen).
A ugusta, Feb. 3 185t9 tf 4
TtLLED) before me, nit the Graniteville Di
Lpot, Edl.efichi District. on hi Carolina, 1b
E Enunl 3orris, a certsin BAY MAllE, wit~h
smll white snipe on her nose, righthind foont white
aout 15 handss high, agedl about 12 to 15 year:
Aplraised at $25. W. EDNEY, ag.an.
n..animyll nannot. Fob 0. 1858. 1m4t'4 6
DRUGS, MEDICINES, OILS, (
M -ma O 3 A . a.
DRh. A. G. & T. J. Ti AGUE take
th is niethod of returuina their thanks i
their friecls and the ptile, for the liberal patron
nc bestowed upon them; and respectfully an
noune.- tiht, they have remo--ed their D it U (
S 1'1 1 E to No. 2. in the odd r'ellows' & Masonii
Bnildi.g, where tiy will be ;icased t 1 se an(
supply their friends and all wan.e wanting
PURE DRUGS, MRDi.CINES, &.
f w'sicth thev a e constanti receiving FRESE
SUP!LEd :romn the most, repintable D1ruT House:
in New Yerh
011e or born Of theta .. m. II the Store at al
times, day ad nihlt, and givo personal attentiot
to carefully ,idling prescriptions and orders Wil
A contuinuce of the nhural share of trade
heretof-re extended to them is ;:olicited, and they
will exert themselves to merit, 1.
, l They will t'urther vay to LiIse indlebted tU
them, that thev have never made a public call on
any one for tnoney ; but the- .ic NOW needing
mnUOiev VERY MUCi 1, and .--c in hopes that ilho-e
indeb'ted will attend to tL.-fa -,On, and prevent
thetm from beingi forced to --.* anp!e-tsant necessity
of lubliely dning th..so :.- a ears.
Edgetiefd, Dec 29 tf 51
"Big Pig, Little Pig,
ROCC)1r 3MC:OCr ORX 3DXIE."y
- AN M iq In Town-not with a pocket full of
Rocks-bnt MORE GK.OCERIES than was
ever seen this side of Jordwc.e coisisting of
Powdered A., B & t'. .-luscovado, St. Croix,
Crnsied at.d ,,oat SUGQ.k ;
O! Gov.-rntnent. Javn, ....yra, Rio, Cuba and
St. Drningr' COFFI ES;
SugTar lmouer and New :rlenns SYRUP;
New Orl.ans and Cul . MOLASSES;
FINE WINES-teiehock, Spark ing Catawba,
Madeirn, !'hber-v. Port. C.arett and Malaga.
IIR AmDE1---Otard. 'pree & C(;.. Hemese,
Sciinett. Old rmane:.el Doenstic Dratdies:
Ilollaid GIN, .Jmaic.. .nd New England RUM;
WHISKEY-Irish, S.te'h, Old Bourbon, Nec
tar, Wheat, Thrilhe N Jouble XX, Sing'e X,
Mltuntain Rve- nel Rectiled Whiskey;
SE1GARS.'TvBACCO .,id SNUFF:
Fine Famile and Bncwheat FLOUR;
RICE nni Maccaroni
Dutter, Cle.ese, I ari ..ams. Mess Pork;
Pickled and niokedi :eel*, Beef Tonarues;
Ovsters. Sartlines, StAaon: Lobsters, Cod Fish;
Sla Bnenit. Butter Crackers;
Pickle.. Preserve4. (:Caw Chow:
CANDIIE , 4e., a la- ,:, ;.ssortment ;
FiTs, lailso, Citre., utrrantsPrunes;
Parad se mAin P. can 'Alt, Ahnonds;
Cocoa Nutt. Filbertv.. Anusht Walnuts;
Lemons, (arnges, bananas, Pine Apples;
Preserved Fruits, Biandy Peaches and Cherries;
Green Corn and Pe. 1 Cans;
Pepper and Spices <I dl kinds;
Flavoriu.. Essences e, evey kind;
WorestersiCre Snur,. a fine article;
TEAS, oir overy des. t.ipttion11-nd, in short, eve
ry thinc eve ,n the Frac.t!y Grocerv line.
5. E. 14WERS, Agent.
Inlmburg, tec :0 tf 51
SWAN & 0J97 IOTTERIES.
Nrir &BERPT SCHEME.
TIXC:M.1G0T= O'DirV' 013.0 .0
The following Sehti .e v ill be drawn by S. Swan &
Co., Man::ers cf the Sparia Academv I.o'te.y, in
each of their loatteiest for Meh 1858S. at
To which City they I .vy .:moved their their prin.
To be drawn j, the '.y u. A ugusta, Ga. .in peublie, on
Saturday, Miarch 13th, 1858.
To be drawn in the. 2:y of A uguata,Ga.l, If iuhulic, on
Satuirday, Mlarch 20th. 1658.
To be drawn to the J.ity ..f A neustat, (Ga.,in publie,on
Saturday, Mvarch 2'ith, 1858.
Ot the Anin of Single Numtbers.
5,-1S5 PfIt ZIEN
Neacrly one ?rz t every Nitte Tickets
E.\CI S.\TCUR'AY IN MAiIH!
i .ieo.. ... - ,c I'-"'' -~~ " -'.. .. ..* .
I .rz.o . .. -4 ---' - -*.. . .. . .. ce
I prze e . ..
.1 ;rz, *t. - - i si nere ... .
.gin4... o .. ... . .....
4 1a. .-c'. . - - - - ...1 ....
4-.iri.. t '. . . . ---2-~:r.... .... .... -... --. "'
.. isr-zen f ~...........--.1...ar.... .... .... .... ..-u .'"
API RO'.IMATION I9RIZES.
4 r.. f $4;cc Appec ang t.d.tnt.. l'rize are. .$t.6
4 lr'.e f :"U c - :P. " t riee cre.. I.20
4 l'r z' of 2.11" inc.icct P'riz a re.. -e
4 lrzcs of.r o 5.no~ r..-a tare... o
4 'ri /.es f l' ' o 00 Pr'ie. nr.... 4
r.c-' ,'. '- .'n.; Prz-cr.c.. .*
- t'tz. ' le . " u,.s: l'rizep are.. 0
5,itt Prizs of *0 -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-'''''''''''''''''
--.1 .- Prtz,.. mntl. ulmg Ic................ :ii40,t1Ua
Whole Tickats 810; halves 25; Qu'arters G2,50.
T tu tr' ..n ie.. Ti et. pcrlinl.I -..a j urne .Lipi . . ieppe
-ccccuicl9.:~ *ith .nalci tiln tub..>. :an.e 1.~inel. en onc wel
lie ir. 157 per- 4'. iiir. j.rcnte.t tln.1 eneirclieel, arT
-ieil*llt li~ . .edi. n :c aeinumber is irtiwi
irrme Itt w.'-l ed '''iher. r.. al I:ce .-n~ til'. c prize. i
.aw ci'r.:1e O ..-r h.. .' Tc theeir uned geri.z.*e draw
. .nl a re . . l:t' - esbibite . t h ece h~nee. tind rewi
.r.- in '' ilt j''er , sh t rizy~O becn.~t Ie ag:tun.
te . ither 1nw Thi. "l'l. -erain.'t ii. relieate.l unti nil :hI
pize- tare .lrs Ati . ..
,iijtediii l tpIee....Th tw.,igrereltdintne
.. .l..ne.... : Nicrnhter. Ice lth.'e~edrawimg the lIrst
r.-8 c c: t-- etn t e Ice 2-i .'.pyrroxim~tttitn l ries. Fu.
.'ttiie : ' Tie.' -' N .t t 1.2.1 eraws thi.e *entcce l'rizc
i.ic ei. alti -.redI. 11.2111,1 t lI, 11.2r,2, t Il
1e -mct. t.I .c 4."- Ifr Tickel N.. ..c, iirciw.
ta t t.e. enitled te 910t. n11. :..* ccn iieorin;g tee thle abneit
T The pmce I rize eef c2et wtI b.- de.teie b the in,
n.drawing the T r.0100 ;crize ends wtth No. 1. thetn all th
Tikets whele the aumber ends Ia 1 will be entitled to $2'
i the Number .IS 'A Ith Number 2, then all the Tickel
where the Numibe s unds In 24 with be entitled to $201, and
Cnt rTIFAT 48 OF PACKAGES will be soldl at t~
.crtelcnltr hePmkt~ of ten -hole Tickets....$
critintet of I's .knge of ienf 11.11 Ttecketia...........,
Cetifict of P's kage of ten Quarter Tlcketi....,
CerttIete or Pa sage of ten Eighth TIckets.........1
In Orel .-ing Tlckce or CertIf1eaten,
tlece the Il A evl to nur tneddres flr th~e Ticktets nrulerer
otEn et c us t. e lywill bie fcorcirarded by first nun
p urcsaer ul A '..e'icket' ending in any lIAre they Ii
d i iglwte. Li, ,f Drw tum ened Przes will b
elti rhs c immedntlely afler thce eirating.
s - Piurenas.' 'will plene write tltceir sigtnnttres plahi
~tI .gi e their p it etltec- Coutyi ande Stufe.
nn ' ttRem.mbtt r thsat every 'rize la dlrawit aind patyaible I
fu hl rize 11 Jn-ttch an.t ctmder. paid inmmediately aft
the rawig--~Ot'.er! prize tl the usuatl tie elf thirty dacys.
7" Adei rdters fer Tiect4 cer Certitletts to
..WA \N .V t) , ,A Imlnatat. 1Ga
vP A 1bs of t' c numhers thent arie drawnt from thte whee
w ith the anenuntt if the prtiz.e tisit eatch e is entitleclt
w lil be et.lhhe... after everyedraie. In the folowingt pl
, I eereWeOrI -ans Delta, M .bib.~ Rteceler. Charleste
aan ntc. ?ar Naitle t:nzetc'. .\.tlainta tinte'llgenrier. Nlo
Yo rk Weekly iDaV licnk. .\wt.ttia (Ona.) ('onstittionltt
Richmtettel I)icpatdh Ne~w Ycrk lI isletehl, Patlintg t~isi
Clr reio ard sa~vattinah Meornainig News.
Fbh. -' 4t7
SILK URENILLE SHAWLS.
tRAY & TUIR LEY have a f'ew exceec
.Ainly handsomle Silk Chtenille sIIAW LS,.pti
r.-eivedh nd for sale low.
uguta, Feb. .3 1858 tf 4
NEW' DRESS GOODS,
MY1A1 dr TURLE~Y have .just reei
av~h express, a benutifu: leot, cof Laieis' DR E
' (OS, itt DEILAINES, CA Sil\t)RlES, Valenie
pt.:u D. htint "tripedu and' Plaum All-wool D.
L L'INES, V00BURuS, POlt.INS, SILKS, and
gra ret amy other hantdsome styles of Dress Oood
w hich will be sold very low.9
.Auusta. Feb. 3,1868 o
(NEXT POOR TO B. 0. BRYAN'S STORE,)
BY E. T. DAVIS, AGENT. '
T9 II. Public are respec fully informed that the '
ANGE is now opened for the accom
moidation of all lovers of good eating, and that a
fiew persons can obtain regxlar board at this
House. Fresh Shad, Oysters, Gan c, Hams and
Eggs, Coffee, &c., furnished ut short notice.
On the first fioor-of this House, the Subscriber has
just opened a LARGE AND FULL
ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES,
wh'lch lie proposes to sell at lbw figures for CASH.
Ills stuck ctsists of a good variety of
Sugar, Cor'ee. Tea, Molames, Syrup
CHEESE, BUTTER, LARD,
Superfine Wheat and Buckwheat FLOUR;
Irish POTATOES, ONIONS;
M ACKEREl., in Kitts, lalf-barrels aid bbls.;
Sardines, Lobsters, 8 umon. Cod Fish;
Dried Beef, Smoked Tongues;
PICKLES, Preserveil and Brandied FRUITS;
*PICKS of all kinds; Ketchups; Maccarom;
Crackers, Boston and .oila Biscuits ;
Camdlie and Coutectilonary,
ORANGES, LEM' NS, PINE APPLE-;
Apples, Fius, Raitins. Currants, Citron;
NUTS of every description;
Candles, Starch, S:ap, Yeast Powders;
Tubs, Buckets and Pails,. &c., &c.
Together with a splendid and full variety of
Fine Biandies, Wines, Whiskey, Gin,
Rus, Cider, Porter, Ale, &e.
A Iso, a file supply of
TOBACCO, SEGARS AND SNUFF.
.-- .E0 -- >
In connection wit' t'e EXCHANGE, (in the
rear on the first. thior,) the slseriber has a well
furnished LgMa M.2DCDale provided
with goiod LIQUORS, e-EGAR'-, &c.
. The Subscriber solicits a liberal share of
the trade, and pronuises to render sat islction unto
ll who ia) lie pleased to patronise the Eichanee.
i:. T. DAVI.1, Agerat.
Ed.efield, Felb 10 tf 5
HOTEL FOR SALE!
pII ECAROLINA IlOTEI,, for
i nerly kaowtn as lhe SIANN s,,,
S1TE hL, is tiow off. red *or sale. and l*
will be offered on the it omt accommo
ilating tern as to tume.
This IOT L is aituated ill th.- niat eligible po
wtion in the- Vlhige, on the -outh side e .taine
Stret. noar etough to the Public Sq.tmr. ior all
purpoes, and ,utticiently quit atd r, tir. d; and
has always, sitace in, estab-lhment as a Hetl, done
a god hustints..and wiI no doubt continue t, do
so as !onu as well kept. -
Any person desirous of entering Into this buAl
ness would do well to call and extUaine the
C'anncteil with this ho.t*s are e,,o-," lihIA Sta.
ute, oniisngov-r isime hu:tidredi well-r gillatedA
Stali, Carriaue oni. Cri s. &t Amso. i"od
Loits for lrover's St.ek. and a fin- Gard n, ab. ut
one acre in, size. nolt surpus&ed by aty. 'he w hile
pretiists onitaini abi ut thi -eres.
Th.. utndersiuned would not be induced to "rr
this valuable Inoperty for wile, were it not for do.
me ati liettions. Iie is nowvd Spes d to turn his
sittiit-oi to some tither oceeepation
y. M. NICHOLAS.
Elgeleid, Oct 19 if 41
Ridge Laud For Sale.
I offer for Sale my VALUAMLE COTTON
Pl,ANT')TION, cintuning abont Fire
Hundred Ac re, l3ng tin the Edgufield and
Colu bi ..end.
On it is it in-- one Sn..ry llouse, with basement,
ad a pa-nt:, of out buiinugs of every kind, all new.
And to' every tield ther,- as a goodi new mate well
paiit.d, a a pl1en'y or' wat. r; also, a pentty of
tile Graipea, an Orchtard, Shrubb -ry &c., anud an
a~util ne' ofi tie timeber tad goodl drinking water
Cal, and exafii-- kn,,w you wil be pleased.
Sept 30 if .3d
Edgefield male Academy.
T11i exeises of the. Edg.'hidd malei acauleniy
iwill lbe resumed on thte s'conai Mlinday in
b u.rv. tnde'r the direci..ns'.f .\r Jamies l.esly,
as pr)nieipalt, and Mr. T1. A. lieowtint, as astanut.
Exelent boarrtiin may he. hadl t -b -Vi.lge~ nd
veniy f.r ay taumber of students, and the True
t .es fl.,:ter thetmsel-.. a that the ttcil.nes n,.w. offered
the soung mtent of this sectiont oif the Ctzte for ae-'
quirinM a ihmo ough Engli~h Itnod < lns- ien' edu. ation,
wail bring tu the acadetmy a lire nsuniber oh pupils.
R. T. MIS,
G. A. ADDISON, (
W. C. .if0RAiNE.J
Jn..y; if 3
T i-: xr.'cses of thits intatution wAill be ie
stnme.! ont aloNIA Y '25thi Jatnuary 183, nn
r h c. ttrol awtl inastrucCtonti it Mr. ORGiE
Clasical Dtepatrtmient puer "essiin....$15 00
Eetetary v " -i - - e.O0
:i mtistrv. Natumral Phl,:lesophya, :aurvetymeu. aind
Bo~kkueei'n1-Pactin nnd Timoraetic:.1-hue'ong
Ito lte Classild Deparunett, and ate ebutrged ae
N. 1.--Everv kind of ,li.sition~t is .it ie ly fo~r
bident By the nules of ti-e .--hooil, al oiventder., are
expelld o>r suspentdeet witot bentetit of? clery.
WV. H. O:N, Pteside-. t.
G. J.NII PPARD, Tues.
.W. T. W EST.
Jan. 13 EmI
r Ii K Exi'rcis., tif ttee Insitut:otis will be re
.7' toid .,nt tin' ties' .,,.i~ in F". ittruary teat,
unler the, superv.sion oit \in .1 A:l iE's MuA lSi
in the lFeaul. anid A. P. B U'f.ER, Enij., in the
Nr. 'ionau.' hams huh teine or tn yea;rs expetrt-neo
in t, :ih'ni.; and,. ent .e t,, Itb5tpine'e highuly r.eitm
nen ted by those tor wh o hte htad taught, unt-i
ite.ri. tian n,* ver' experwtii'e here has proven he
is e ied1i t t'. ith t- st atniai.: Is bi st,,wed upon
imor, the pleie fl .tt Ine! wi te..letntted ti. :ielv neet
pupis etru edto a nr.. je wil atlsoi super
'ise tie tnit .itVmdl , puih-s it th..- .\uI.e diepnat t
Ntr. I e-rt.rat't etttpn'ilith5 to tiatch andna.1n'tiaite
:n.r 0 w 1: kniown' that e e dieem it unnece'tssat y' to
a ivhiinL inrgardl L., his mearits.
Pref. PA Ria~y wi'l itnstruct in Mlusic andi
SFrenh. lie is reputed to be a thoroug~b French
Rates of Tuition,
> Priary Branches, per Session,,.;.$,
e ecnd'Class " " ...,...120
Third Class " " - ..~... 15,00
SFourth Clasu ' "..........l00i
0French, extra " "........00~o
0 usic, " " "~ --....-.-2 ,00
Contingent expensel " '' - - 0
1.A. StA W, see'ry.
L . tn i f 5 2
BEECH ISLAND ACADEMY.
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, S. C.
LEWIS T. RUDD, Principal
r IfIE inext Session of this School will begin on
A.theist Febiruary, 1858.
The Principal hopes that his long experience and
entire devotion to the business of Teaching, may
make the Schiol worthy of the patronage of the
: ublic. Students will be prepared for a Collegiate
- ourse, or for the practical duties of life.
STERMS PE R SESSION OF FIVE MONTHS.
C lassical and .\athematical Course........2
Baurd can be obtained In private families near
tte Academy on reasonable terms.
For further information address the Principal or
. JJathant M. Miller, Esq., Augusta, Ga.
t Jan. 20 18S tf 2
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS.
- R.IY & TUJRLEY will dispose of
their remaining stock of Winter CLOAXS
aad SHAWLS, at gre tly reduced prices.
s Augusta, Feb. 3 1858 ~ tf 4
a tAPERY, KUSLINS AND DA'I&SAXS.
flR AY & TUIR LEY have just received
a DR APERY, MUSLINS, and Worsted DA
*M Kin great variety, arid for sale yery low,
Agusa, 4b. 8188