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ETAL AcCIDErr.-We learn that a Mr. M
,Ginnis, of Marion District, S. C., was run ovi
and instantly killed on the Georgia Railroat
near Berzelia, yesterday. Reports of the manni
in which the accident occred are co;tradictor
He had stopped at Berzelia to take breakfas
and was left by the train. The most probabl
account we have heard is, that he attempted I
get on a freight train as it was passing Berzelis
when he missed his footing, and was run over b.
thi cars.-Chronicle & Sentinel, 5th inst.
A*v We are happy to learn that the ice men c
New York and other Northern and Eastern State
are taking advantage of the late "cold snap," an
are gathering and storing away Ice with great in
dustry, and have already housed immense quantities
W' The skin of all kinds of Fruits, as well a
the pelliele or skin of kernels and nuts of oiery va
riety, is said to be indigestible, and the Scientif
American olearly establishes the fact in a reasons
ble article on this subject.
j# The Cleveland (Ohio) Register says: " Wheth
er Queen Victoria's red petticoats will become a fath
ion in America is yet to be known. It is certain
however, that the attempts of some of her male pre
decessors to introduce their red coal into this coun
try did not succeed."
MAnasan, on the 25th Feb., at the residence of he
father, by the Rev. John Trapp, Mr. PonrTn J. CAs
warL, formerly of Brooklyn, N. Y., to Miss S. ANNA
DoN, daughter of Capt. James Dorn, of Edgefiel
gV Many thanks to the fair young bride for the
very Iine cake which scompanied the above. Long
life and much happiness to the newly wedded pair.
DIED at the residence of her husband JAMs McCAETn
In this District on the 1st March, 1858, ELIZABETII Mc.
CARTY, In the 1th year of her age.
The deceased embraced the religlon of Christ 45 year
ago, was baptized at ardi.', and hold her membership it
Dry Creek Baptist Church until the day of her death.
The departed left a husband, many children, grand chil
dren and great grand children, and innumerable friends
aequaintances and relative. to mourn her loss, and to hal
low and bedew her tomb with the tears of grief and sincere
HAMBURG, March 8.
Corrox.-No quotable change in prices within the
past week. Market quiet. K.
AUG USTA, March 6.
Corrox.-There is a fair demand to-day, and a large
portion of the stock offering has been taken at 1li
cents for Middling Fair. The lower grades are dull
and sales are effected with difficulty.
Bacox.-There is an actire demand, and we heat
of some large sales at prices slightly easier. We
quote hog round 10 @ 10&e; Clear Sides 102 @ 11;
Western Sides 101 @ 101c.; Shoulders 81 @ 9e.
Hams 10 @ 111e.
Fr.oun.-There is a better demand for Flour, and
prices have slightly improved. We quote Tennessee
Superfine in sacks $4.75 @ $5.00-in bbls. $5.25;
Extra Superfine $5.25 @ 5.50; Extra Family $5.50
LAR.-This article is scarce, the demand good
and prices firm-101 @ le.
NEW YORK, March 6.
Corro.-Sales of. cotton to-day 1500 bales. The
market was heavy and sales were made at a decline
of jth to je. Middling Uplands quoted from 11* to
life. Flour firm, males 8500 barrels, Southern ad.
bvanee'd 10c. per barrel. Wheat firm, sales 8000
* bashels-some'ex-port 'enquiry exists for Southern
Red Wheat at $1.15 @ $1.25, and for White $1.30
0$1.50. Corn dull, with sales of 11,000 bushels.
Turpentine steady and Rosin Airm.
CHARLESTON, March 6.
Corrox.-There is an improved demand at yoster
-da y's prices. ;Ssles to-day 360 bales-extreme rate
12 eita'.fens faney. lot. . ..
g7he Friends of Col. JAMES P. CA RROLL
respectfully present him as a Candidate for thct
State peziate qa the ensuing election. '
gg-Tus Friends of WILLIAM GR EGG, Esq.
respectfully announce hinm as a CandidatefrBe
~ator at the next election.
lTTnu Friends of Maj. ABR AM JONES te
spectfully present him as a Candidate for re-elec
tion to the State Legislature.
Mar 10 t*9
ggTnu Friends of Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN,
respectfully nominate htitn as a Candidate for elec
tion to a Seat in the next Legislature.
* Mar 10 to* 9
* MR. A. M. do MONTJIURRY
BEGS leave to announce to the citizens oj
'" Edgefield and vicinity, that he is now here, and is
prepared to give instruction in French, Spanish
-and Italian. He uses the most approved system
of instruction, and in regard to his capacity, he is
alowed to refer to Col. A. Simkins and Maj.G(. A.
~' Applications-made at the Advertiser Office or
S Carolina Hotel, w-ill meet with immediate attention.
Mrarch-10 tf 9
There Is no disease more eommon among children, and
yet none which so frequently basles the skill of the physician
asworms. They are highly detrimnental to the constitution;
and their presence should be carefully guarded aginst by
parents. On th fdrst manifestation of symptoms, every
msans should be used to expel them promptly and thor
ughly. E'LANE'S YEletIFUGE. prepared by Fleming
Bros. of Pittsburg, is weli established as the most certain
nd speedy remedy over offered fojr this troublesome and
dangerous malady; and all who have the management ol
children should keep this invaluable medicine on hand. Zo
addition to Its perfect safely, it never fails to produe the de
$' Purchaserr will be careful to ask for Dli
M'LANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, manu
factored by FLEMING BtROS., of Pittsburgh, Pa
All other Liver Pils in comparison are worthlesa
Dr. M'Lanvis genuine Liver Pills, also his celebrate.
Vermifuge,-ean now be had at all respectable drut
stores. N egenuine without B int RO .
Concordia Lodge, No. 50, A. F. M
A Regular Communication of ti
Lodge will be held tat their NERo
11A LL, in the Oddl Fellows & Ma
Sthe 13th Mar.. at 7 .s'eknek, whui
''the Rev. Mr. FICKETT will dehasel
an Address on the Esoteric Ethics of the Mastel
-Mason. '2'he brethren of this and the adlioimia
Lodges In the District are cnrdially invited to at
tend. . . BLAN D, W. M.
D. R. Dvatsou, See'ry.
Mat- g zt 8,
R. 6. II. FORT would respectfully an
.IJnounce to lisi friends and the public genaerall:
that he has moved his location to Major A. Ii
'Bates's, near Leeyille Post Office.
Mar 3 , 3
: JUST received a few dozcn Bottles of A No.
CATSUP, which was put up last year by
gntleman of this Town. Try it-it speaks i~
itself. E. T. DAVIS, Agt.
- Mar 8 . tf
THE Imported spanish Jack COLUMBUS wi
tadthe Spring Season of 1858 at Edgellel'
C. H, and will serve a limited number of Mare
at Ten Dollars the season, payable when the tmar
is served (In cash or a due note.) Mares bred
this Jack not proving In foal can be sent back th
-next year free of charge. 8. F. GO00DE.
Mar 10 t
E GRO WAIITED).-Wanted a Negr
boy or mhn, to work en a plantation. Libct
r-al wg Iven'; Apply-at this office.
ODD FELLOWS' & MASONIO HALL,
I, TWNT 2NIGrETB O:3JrrsT
r. The Great Star of the musical Wor
* PRODIGY OF THE AGE!
LIND TOM, the only Original Pian
r Blbt in existence !-A Blind Boy, only eigli
years of age, and who, as a musical phenomenot
Is without a parallel, will give one of his
At the above Hall, on WEDNESDAY and THURS
DAY evenings, the 10th and 11th inst., commen
- cing at -4 o'clock,-and also on THURSDAl
MORNING at 11 o'clock.
Mr. HRTT will assist BLIND TOM, and wil
EIGHT STRING VIOLIN,
Something new and very fine.
W"Admission, Fifty Cents; Children unde:
ten years of age and servants, 25 Cents.
March10 it 9
To the Planter, Physician, Job
bing Trade and Public,
A. J. PELLETIER & CO.,
DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C.,
HAMBURG, S. C.,
A RE receiving their Stock of Goods for tht
Spring and Summer Trade, and respeetfully
solicit your patronage, confident that they cat
compete with any similar establishment South it
genuineness of quality and cheapness of price.
3VINSTRUMENTS ordered according to di.
WPRESCRIPTIONi carefully compounded.
A. J. PELLETIER & CO.
Hamburg, Mar 8 3m 9
W Bare th. only Southern Agents for Johr
Whiteside & Co's. celebrated UNDRESSEE
IRIsH LINENS. We would call the attention ol
Merchants and House Keepers, who are in want
of a PUR K Undressed Irish Linen, to the above
brand, which we wi.l sell by the yard, piece, oi
case, at very low rates. DICKEY & PHIBBS.
Augusta, Ga., Mar 8 tf 9
Y Virtue of an order from the Ordinary, I
shall proceed to sell at the late residence o
J. W. Trotter, deceased, on Thursday the 26tli
inst., all the personal Estate of said deceased
FOUR LIKELY NEGROES,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, Plantatior
Tools, Horses, Cattl.-, Hogs, Sheep, &c.,and many
other articles too tedious to mention.
S. J. DYER, Adm'or.
Mar 10 St* 9
srATIE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Y W. F. DURISOE, Esquire. Ordinary of Edge.
Whereas, J. M. ai.d W. L. Coleman. hath applied
to toe for Leuer of Administration, on all and singu.
lar the goods and chattles. rights and credits of Geo,
Coleman, late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
Telrse are, therefo.re, to cite and admorish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said de.
ceaned, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordi.
nary's Court fur tie said District, to be holden at
Edgefield Court House, on the 18th day of March,
ins., to) show cause, if any, why the said administra
ion should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this fourth day o1
March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eighal
hundred and fifty-eight, and in the eighty-second yea
of A merican 1,,dependenace.
W. F. DURISOE, o.a.n.
March 10 1858 2t 9
NTOTICE.-Toled before tme by John B.
Mo'ble, at the Circular Mills, on Shaaw's
Creek, Edaefield District, 9 miles East of Edaefield
C. HI., and 12 miles North of Alken, a certain BAY
MARE, with both hitnd feet white, right eye out,
about 14 hands high, 9 or 10 years old. Appraised
at $35. bAMI: POSEY, M. E. D).
.i.ur 5, 1858. 1 4n* 9
- COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE,)
CuanLasros, 18th Feb. 1858.
To the Tax Collector of Edgefield
SIR :-Thc sum of Six hundred and fifty Dlol
lars being due the State by the Conmmissioners ot
the Po'or for Edlgeileld District, being for thet
maintenanm-e, &c. of Pauper Lunatics, as appear.
fromn the statement furnished this Ollice biy thec
Secretary anid Treasurer of the Lunatic Asylum:
You are'thierefore hereby auth~orized and required
to collect from the taxable inhabitants of y our
District (in addition to other assessmnents now au
thorized by law) the said sum of six hundred and
ity I lollars ($0.50) with 5 per centadvance there
on'for your Comiissions,-utnd this shall be you
warranit for thle same under ist Section of the A ct
of 1827. J. D. ASHMORE,
Psi W. J. LavaL.
r HlE above Orders was received by mec on the
.26th February, and I am truly sorry to say
to those who met ime p~reviouts to the 27th Februa
ry and inatde their returins and sonme of them p.aid,
that it will lbe necessary for themt to meet me at
imy ntext appoinatmfents, and pay their reipective
proportion of the said adldition~al Tax. It appeari
to me that the Cotmptroller General night have
furished me with his assessment sooner, but so it
is and I must obey orders.
MarS 3 3 -_
Sam will have it Pure.
IIHAVE this day received two lBarrehs of pure
AR YE WH ISKEY, andi five Barrels of pure
CORN WHISKEY, very old and pure-shipped
by Mr. Cenn, dlirect from North Carolina. Sonme
of the most eminent Physicians of Augusta plur
chase it for their use. For w;ale by
8. E. BJOWERS, Agt.
N. B.-On hand 25 lUbls. Key Stone Mononga
Hambturg, Mar l tf 8
3UST received a large supply of Fresh Macke
erel, consisting of
10 half BibIs. N., I Mackerel ;
10 quar. " " 1"
10 " " 2 "
25 Kitte "~ 1"
10 W hole Barrels No 3 "
I1) quar. Barrels Mess "
600 Lbs. Cod Fish, &.c.
Also, live Barrels pure Cider VINEGAR ;
Two Pipes pure White Wine
(Er or saie by Si. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg, Mar 1 tf 8
Boot and Shoe Manufactury !
HE Subscriber respectfully informs the cit.
I. izens of Edgefleld and particular his old
frin.ls and patrons that he is still at haisold stand
next the Advertiser Office, with a good stock o:
BOOTS AIVD SHOES,
Embracing a fitne varie~y of Gents' and Ladica
Walking sHlOE4, Fine Pump Soled, Welted ani
W~aterroof BOOTS which lhe will sell LOW F0O1
CSH. lie is also prepared totnake to order thi
linest art'ele of Boots, Shoes and Gaiters that ha
been othered for sale in this market.
-N. MbEYOY, Agent.
LT N. B. An apprentice wanted to learn thi
Bot and Shoe trade.
Mar 3 ly S
COME GENTLEMEN, TREAT?!!!
W1hEN you go to. Hamburg you cait get g'ss
eyati at Da. CussisnAus, at the Anmeri
rcan hotel. andl GOOD D~INKING at the bar .
Our flouse, which is attiehedl to the Iluitel, ani
under the supervision ol the Subscriber.
J01IlN C. BOIILR~R.
Ilmabore, Sept. 30 in :48
N OTICE-Application will be made at t
Snext Sessioni of the Legislature to move th
Court liouse to'Shatterlield.
>Mar 3 2l* 8
N OTIC E !-.A1l perrsons indebted to the E
tte of George Ml. Rlearden are requeste
to make immediate settleiment ; and those havin
demands. uginst the Estate will please presei
- them forthtwth, properly attestced.
E. P. II. KIRK8EY, Ad'or.
Ja. 8, a 52.
Edgefield Female Collegiate
T HE Exercises of this Institute will commenc4
on the FIRST DAY of March next undei
the management of
MI8i A. J. R. MEARS,
MRS. ANN P. CLARKE and
MISS M. CLARKE.
These Ladies come to us highly recommended
as ladies of refincement and Scholarship, and with
strong testimonials of their competency, experi
ence and efficiency as Teachers.
The Proprietors feel well assured that the Insti
tute, under the management of these Ladies, will
be 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 fire months ,ach. The first Session wil! end
on the 16th 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, includinz 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. Composi
tion and Vocal Music, per Session,.......20,00
French (Extra) per .ession.............10,00
In the Ornamental Department,
For Music on Piano, per SessLon........ 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 use of Piano, to pay expense of
keeping instruments in tune.
Each pupil will be charged $1.60 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. ADANIS,
S. W. NICHOLSON.
Edgedeld, S. C., Feb 23, 1858. tf 7
MT, ENON ACADEMY.
T1HE Exercises of this Institution will be re
sumed on MONDAY the 23d of February,
We take great pleasure in announcingy to the
public that we have engaged Mr. C. D. OLIVER,
to take charge (if this Academy. Mr. 0. is a
graduate of the Citadel Academy, in Charleston,
and Gen. JAsiS JONEs, Chairman of the Board of
Visitors. in a letter to us, recommends him as be
ing eminently qualifit-d as a Teacher, and a young
gentleman of unexcption iaracter.
Our design in employing atjrer of such rare
qualifications is to establish a first'blass Academy,
in which parents ugy be enabled to give their
sons a good substantial business education, or have
them prepared to enter the State Military Acade
my. Mr. 0. will tcach all the branc-hes that are
taught in that Institution, a list of which will be
published soon, together with the Rates of Tuition.
The above Academy is situated 25 miles North
east of Edgefield C. H., and Its 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.
L-7Applicants will please address Mr. C. D.
OLIVeR, Coleman's X Roads, Edgefield District, b.
C., or either of the subscribers, at the same Post
iBoard can be obtained at $S per month.
Col. WV. M. C LARY,
DAVID PAYNE, I?
H1. C. CULBRIEATII, !
WM. A. STROTHER, a
Dr. WM. COLEMAN, I
Fb6 JOS. GRIFFITH. - )
Feb6 * 6____
LINENS, LINENS, LINENS.
D'ICKEY & PIINBBS hiave just receiv~ed
per steamer Adria~tic, a large lot of IRisJI
LINENS, manufactured expressly for us. Parties
in want of a pure, undressed lr.sh Linen tat Eturo
peatn prices, would do well to call and examnine
Augusta, Feb.3 1858 tf 4
4"Alter' tle St0orm C011108 ilClll
T lIE TIN MANUFACTORY is .Mill going on
in its issual tananner at Edlgefieldl C. ii., andi
the Propirietor takes this opp~ortuntity 0! returinog
his thanks to his kind andu numerous cuastomeras
for their liberal patronage conferredl on him;. anda
haopes, bay strict attettion to business, to moerit a
continun t,'on of the samen.
MERCRANTS wishing Tin Ware, by sending
a few lines, catn he accommodated on nas reannaia
ble terms as at any other pinace.
ROOFING, GUTTERING and other JOB WORK
donte with dispatch, and in a workinanlike nanner.
C. L. RE'FO.
Mr N. B. Tin. Ware delivered to Merchiants free
Feb 24 tf 7
THEl STATE 01F SUUTil CAltoLINA
B y W. F. D)URISUE, E.squiret, Ordinary of Edlge
Whaereaso, J. HI. Wp1. Waert: hailh applied to me
for Letters of Admainistratioan, on all and singular the.
goods and chattles, rights anad credits of N. F.
Canaghman late of the District aforesaid dlec'd.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, tlae kindred and creditoaru of the said dleceam
ed, to he and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court foor the said Distract, to be haolden at Edlgefield
Court Houooe, on the 15th day of March inst, to
show cause, if arny, whay the said administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, thaio 1st day of
Marcha, in the year of our Lord onae thiousandi eighat
huandread anad fifty-sevena atnd itn the eighaty-second year
of Aarmarican inadependence.
W. F. DUIRISOE, 0.3 D.
March 3, 1858 2t 8
STATE OF SOUThl CA ROLINA,
EDGEFI RLD! DISTRlCT,
BYW. F. DURISOE, Esquaire, Ordinary of Edge
Whlereaoa, Sterlinog Freemana, lhath applietd to me for
Letters of Adlministrautiona, on all and singular thec
goods and choastles, righats stud credit.'oaf Foance. Brack
nell of thae District afore.s:.itd, deceasedl.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred andi creditors of the said deceas
ed, to be and appear before me,at ournext Ordinasry's
Court for thec said District, to be haoldlen at Edgefield
C. H., on the 15tha day of March inat, to shaow
cause, if any, why the said adminiutratioa shiould not
Given under my hand and seal, thai. 2nd day of
March in the year oaf onr Lord one thousand eliht
lhundred and fift'y-seven, and ini thae 2nud year of Aumern
can idependence. W. F. DU SE O. . D.
Marcha,3 _____ 21 8
THE STA'I'E OF SOUTH CAROLINA
IBY W. F. DUIUSOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield
Whaereaoa, M ,l6:y Coleman anal Bennett Perry, bath
applied to me fair Letters of Aadministrationa on all
and singular thec gaoods andu a-hatttles, rights and cred
its of Jamets Culenman, late of thae Diutrict afuresaid,
'Thse are, therefore, to cite and aadmonisha all and
sirgular, the kmdared anal creditors of the said aeceas.
ed, to be anid appear before me,at ouar next Ordinary's
Court for the satid District, to lbe haolden at kialgefiehll
C. HI., oaa the 15th. day of Marcha next, tao shaow
cause, ifatay, why the said administration should not be
Gtvena uaader my handaa anal seal, tlhis 27th day of Felb.
I in the~ 'ear ot our Liod onae thaousatnd enght haundoredi
and fity-seve-n ando in dho 8'2nd year of Aamericana
f indepenudenace. W F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
M Iarch 3 2B
State or South Carolina,
3 S. G. Meriwether, et al.,
B Y ordler from Chancellor Wlardhltw, all per.
saas having dleamandaa against the Estate to
- Mrs. Fraancee Mleriwethier, soold by thae Columnis
sioner in this ca.e, will presenit and prove their dle
E mands at my oflice withitn tharee maonthas fromn tht
t d ate of this adve~rtisemaent, or thteir e-laims trill ba
A. SIMKINS, 0. E 3. D.
Mar 3. less. 3m 8
C0 THE LADIES OF EDGEFIELD
AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS!
GREAT AND UNUSUAL INDUCEMENTS!
W E ARE NOW closing out FOR CAS11,
our very .large Stock of Fall and Winter
ZD 1 - @rfi M
The entire balance of , ur Rich Silks and Win
ter Fancy Dress Goods must be closed out in
THIRTY DAYS to make way for Spring Goods.
To accomplish our expectations, we are deter
mined to offer Goissa at such prices as will coni
mand an immediate sale.
We solicit the attention of purchasers to this
sale, and feel satisfied that the attractions offered
will be sufficient to induce every customer to ap
preciate this rare opportunity for aecuring bar
One price only, marked in plain figures; there
fore no purchaser will be overcharged.
The sale commenced on THURSDAY MORN
ING, (4th Feb.,) and will continue for THIRTY
DICKEY & PRIBBS.
L'0 The character of our h-use is a sufficient
guarantee that we will sell as advertised, without
regard to cost.
Augusta, Feb 1858 2t 6
' 'HE Subscriber has just received a new and
.1fresh stock of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &C.
Which have been purchased at reasonable prices,
and will accordingly be sold at very moderate
profits. Give my goods an examination, and you
will be convinced that my figures are low and
(rocerles excellent. The assortment consists of
Crushed''gnd Loafed SUGARS;
Powdered A. U. and Mluscovado Sugars :
Old Government -Java and Rio COFFEE;
Suirar Iloose and New Orleans SYRUP;
Fine Buekwheat FLOUR;
BU'rr R, CilCESK, HAMS;
RICE and M ACCARONI;
MACKEREl, No. I and 2-Bble.;
)ried Beef and Be f Tongues;
Oysters. Sardines, Salmoh, Lobsters, Cud Fish;
soda Biscuit, Butter Crackers;
Suett CRACKRRS of all decriptions;
PICKIS.q, Preserves, Chow Chow;
CANDIES, large assortment;
FIGS, Raisms., Citron, tarrants, ranues;
English Walnuts, Almands, Filberts, Peroovies;
Lemonv. Oranes. Pine A PPlem. Cocoa Nuts;
Preserved FRUITS, Brandy PEACIRES, &c.;
Green TOMATOES and PEAS in Cans;
PEPPER and SPIC-.S of all kinds;
Table SA Il', Fat Powders;
Flavoring Esences in great variety;
Worce,.t-rbire Saue, a tine allicle;
TE AS of ever., kind- Ilyson, Black and Green;
S 1 P, a (iod assortment of every description;
'I CBS dif all aixs, Wood Buckets, braw bound;
Fine asiortment of TIN WARE;
Ilinkint and hoe Brushes;
Irish POTA( ES, ON IONS;
GA R>EN SER I of* every kind, the best ever
brought to this place; . .
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Nindeira, Port and Teneritf WINKES;
Hourbon. Neotar. XX.. Reetilled WHISKEY;
BRANDY of every qualityi
CII l l'.\GN K. Champagne CIDER;
PORTER, ALK. &c.
SEGARS, TOBACCO AND SNUFF,
C %Nols I , Sperm and Adamantine: and all
other articles usu ty found in a rocery Sore.
W. E. LEGG.
F. b 0 tf 5
Tf iIE Subscribers retturn their'thansks to their
I kind patronts for the liberal support they
have received, and respicstf11l~y solicit, a continu
anc of that generous patronage.
Th'ey state with confidence now that they are
WELiL PREPARED to carry on the
Coach Ilaking and Repairing Business
In its variou~s branches. Their work shall be ex
set ed in a dlurable, handsome, style and by work
men skilled in their respiective trades.
We have andi intend always keeping on hand a
large and line assortinet, of
CARIA GES, BUGGIES, ROCK A WAY S, &C,
Of the our own muanufactre--beauitiful to behold
anl of much value to the lucky purchaser.
WYe will also keep constantly in our E.<tablish
ment a full Stock of Northern BUGGIES and
CA RRIAGEB., of snperior manufacture.
gg All sorts of R lPAIRlNG done in the best
maner, nnd with the greatest dispatch.
[LfCall and examine our Stock. Our prices
iave been put downt to correspomnd with thbe hard
times. SM Ii & JONES.
De 23 t 50
State ol souuth Carolina,
Ihenry B~utler and wife Eliizabeth,1
A pplants. 1Citation for
vs. P 1arltiia.
Isaec Gogginh and others, Def'ts. J
IT appearing to moy s~uiafactioni that lua Guaggins.
the c' iidsirent of Il enry Goggina, deceased ;A n
drew Mlots and his wife Mattil.la, William GuaM
gine and .lnmes Gaiggins, Jr., 1)hrendants in te
aboe stated case, reside beyond the limits of this
Stt. It is theretore ordered that thety do appear
and suject to the division or sale of the Real Ea
tate sit .lames Gouggins, Sr., deeentsed, on or before
the 2Sth day of A pril next, or their consent to the
sae ni;l be entersed of record.
W. is. DUJRISOE, 0 E.D).
Feb. 8 1858 12t 5
Stale or South Carolina,
.Joshua Segler, A pplicant,
vs. Citation for
Jshn Adkins.on and wife Eliz- fPartition,
abeth, D)efendatsi. J
appearing to my satisfaotion that David Segler,
(mm. of D~empsey Segler, deceased.) one of the
Defendants in'the above stated ease, resides beyond
the lmtits of this Stt. It is therefore ordered that
he do appear tnda obj,-et to the division or sale of
the Real Estate of George Segler, dereased, on or
before t'-e 284th day of A pril next, or his consent to
the same will be entered of record.
W. F. DURISOE, o S.D.
Feb. 8 1858 12t 5
- $20 Reward!i
R UNA W AY from the Subscriber, about the last
Ipart oif Novetnber, his Nego tnan EM A NUI
El about 25 years old, about (6 feet, 9 or 10 itt
ces highs, weighs about 150 pounds, of rather dark
coplectiotn, and quick spoken whetn spoke to.
The above reward of $20 will be paid for his
delivery to mfe, near Fruit Hill, P. 0., or at the
Edgeflehl Jail. Any information concerning said
Negro thankfully received.
Feb 21 tf
State of South Carolina,
Roert Y. Mtarsh and others,1
,s IBill for Parbi
Martha 0. Kimbrell and [tion and Acct.
IT appearing that the Defendants Henry Tinmnns
.and his wife Caroline, reside without the linm
its of this state : It is ordlered that the said De
fendants demur, plead or answer to the Bill within
three months from the publication of this order, or
the said Bih be taken pro confue against thetm.
A. NlMKINS, C.I.L..
Feb 22, 1857. - 3mi 8
FLOUR AND CORN MEAL-Can be
had at my hotuse for Cash.
Leatier-arne0s, Sole, Upper, Kips, &c.
R. T. MIMIS.
e.3 aIf 4
M W. GARY A ttorney at LAW and
e licitor in EQ1'ITY, will practice in this an,
the adj.ining Dish ietS.
Office. above B. C. RYAN'S Store.
Dee 16 ly 49
S. B. GRIF FIN,
.~ttorney at isaw.r,
Will attend punctually to all business entrusted t(
EDGBFIELD C. H., Dec 2, 1857. tf47
.A 3V7 1T O> T X C 30.
' OMPKINS & IUT11A will attend to all bu
sinesa in the Courts tof I.aw for this and the
adjoining Districts, that may be committed to their
Office, Law Range, Edgefield, S. C.
R. W. TourxKns. M. C. Bu-aa.
)ec 9 tf 48
R. S. G. 0OBLEY, having located 7
mile Norsh tof Edg. fi-ld C. I.. at the forernr
residence of Mr. Bennett hlolland. oilfers his Pro.
fessional services to the citizens or the surrounding
ountry in the practice of M EDICINE, SURGE
[Y and OiiT ET RICS. He selicils a reasonanle
Share of public patronage.
Jan 6 Sen 52
11'HE " ub"criber having furnishe himself with
Ia license to, use this N E W PROCl&'S of
INSEET A CIAL TEETH,
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, whith
n assuranee tof a more lereCt adaptation, and a
loser resemblance to the natural iorgans. than can
be realized by any other method. Its perfect pu
rity. cklaulieess, freedeom fr,-n all taste. or galvanie
ensation, durability, conisort and security, are
ne-,ng the advantag.s claimed ftr this SUPERIOR
tode of setting A rtiticial Teeth.
June 24. tf 24
W. W. SALE,
WILLIAM L. STEVENS,
ROBERT D. BRYAN,
F. M. NICHOLAS,
oar T COflootor.
M. W. LYLES,
E. W. HORN,
CIIAS. M. MAY,
JOHN C. LOVELESS,
E. B. FOREST,
W. F. DURISOE,
TIOS. I. & C. . M O ISE,
STCCESSORS TO LEE & MOISE,
No. 7, Hlayne Street,
CHARL.ESTON, S, C.
Jan 27 ly 3
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
haigj U t re
trnd from New York with a most COMPLETE
and MAGNIFICENT assortmtetnt of
Respectfully announces to his friends anid patrons
that heo is now prepared to exhibit as beauitiful
nd well mnanufactur~ed ant assorttmentof CABlNET
'URNITURE as can be found in the Souti.ern
itaes. This Stock sekt.eted with great care,
nd he flatters htimself, with much taote and judg
ment,-was bought for CASil at reduced flg
ures, and consequently will be offered as LOW
as can be allorded. My large assortment consists
n mart otf
A splendid variety oJf fine and superfine
A rich lot-all styles-of Rosewood and Mahogany
Rosewood and Mahogany Libraries,
E C ETA R IE SWITHI BOOK CA SE S,
Abeatiful colletisi of Rt.,sewoodt and Mahogany
WASH sINKs OR STANDS,
A good stock of excellent sparing bottom
Improved styles ot liosewood and Mahogany
FOLDING IRON BEDSTEADS,
A unique andl rare assortment of
Mahgany and RoseWood Tables,
Consitiag of PARLOR, CARD, TEA, EXPAN
SION and Ladies WORK~ 'l ABSLES, sueh as must
please theC best jud1gCel f the good and beautiful.
Toilet Stanuds with Glass,
-A lot of
Corner Stands and Portable Desks,
A variety of flue
An unusually large assortment of
C W.A. I 3 .
Comprising Solid Mahtogatny spring bottom Rock-.
ing Chairs; Spring bottom solid Mahoganay Parlor
Chairs; Cane seat Malhe Rocking and Parleer
Chairs ; a small lot of Prescott Oak Chairs; Chil
drene's, Nurse's and Se wing Chairs, and Children's
Work Baskets, Fancy Boxes and Ladies'
Work Boxes, Children's Bureaus,
Spool Stands, Bird Cages,
Dough Pins, &rc., &tc.
ThIs Stock. which commands the admIratIon of
all who htave kindly vithed nmy new Store. was, a.
above stated, purchased on reasonable prices, and
will be sold1 astonishin.giy LOWY FOR CASH. And
I would here state that circumstances, with which
all arc well acquainted, rendelts it necessary that I
should adopt the CASH SYSTEM and strictly ad'
here to it, otherwise I cannot carry on my business,
An examint,ionl of my Stock is solicited. Better
barsiais are not to be had in Augnsta or any
other Sothern City.
R e pa irin g, &c.
I continne to make to) ordecr any FURN[TURE
wante, aend also to repair all old Furniture sent.
Send along your work and it shall be done in a
7I bespeak a liberal share of public patron
age. .J. 11. WITT,
July 1, tf 25.
R AY & TUR LEY have receive d an
other larve lot (If fine Ribbon-bound Bed
BLANKETS, 12-4, which arc to be soldl for $4s
5 bales Negro BLANKETS, White and Colored
which will be sold very low.
Augusta, Feb. 3 1858 tf 4
NEW DRESS GOODS,
RAY & TURLEY have just receives
by expess, a beautiful lot of Ladies' DR Ee
GOODS, in DE LAINES, CASI\iE RES, Valenci
PLAIDS, satin tstrip~ed and P'lain All-wool DE
alNES, COBURGS, POPINS, S1LKS, and
great m.mny other handsome styles of Dress Goods
which will be sold very low.
-Augusta, Feb. 3, 1858 tf 4
HOCE FR UIT-Jus1t received a frea
su.~ply of fine APPLES, OR \NOGES, LEM
ON a, BANANAS, &c. For sale cheap by
E. T. DAVIS, A gt.
eb24 t 7
DRUGS, MEDICINES, OILS, &
D RS. A. G. & T. 3. TEAGUE take
this method of returning their thanks u
their friends and the public, for the liberal patron
age lestowed upon them; and respectfully an.
nonne.- that they have removed their D RU G
8 T 0 R E to No. 2, in the Odd iellows' & Masonic
Building, where they will be pleased to see and
supply their friends and all ,hose wanting
PURE DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
Of which they ae constanue receiving FRESH
SUPPLIES from the most, repuralble Drug Houses
in New York.
One or bon of thenti .a in the Store at all
times, day and night, and give personal attention
to carefully tilling prescriptions and orders with
A continance of the uberal share of trade
heretofore extended to them is 'olicited, and they
will exert themsselves to merit it.
gWr They will further say to those indebted to
them, that they have never made a public call on
any one for money; but thert.e NOW needing
money VERY MUC 11, and orn in hopes that those
indebted will attend to tLe m boon, and prevent
them from being forced to timo unpleasant necessity
of publicly dunning those to arears.
Edgefield, Dec .f
3MC1Q)W E 4
S AM is in Toiwn-not with a pocket full of
Rocks-but MORE GAOCERIES than was
ever seen this iside of Jordan, cunsisting of
Powdered A., B & C. oiuscovado, St. Croix,
Crushed and Loaf SUGAKS;
Old Government, Java, '..aguyra, Rio, Cuba and
St. Domingo COFFIES;
Sugar Housse and New Crleans SYRUP;
New Orleans and Cut. MOLASSES;
FINE WINES-Heidsick, Spark Ing Catawba,
Madeira, sherry, Port, C'arett and Malaga.
BRANDIE&-Otard, 'oupree & Co., Hennesse,
Scignett, Old Emanuel :nd Domestic Brandies;
Holland GIN, Jamaick rnd New England RUM;
WHISKEY-frish, Seutch, Old Bourbon, Nec
tar, Wheat, Thribble X. Double XX, Single X,
Mountain Rye and Rectified Whiskey;
SEGARS, 'TBACCO .ad SNUFF;
Fine Family and Buckwheat FLOUR;
RICE and Maccaroni:
Butter, Cheese, I ard dams, Mess Pork;
Pickled and smzoked Beef, Beef Tongues ;
Oysters, Sardines, Salmon, Lobsters, Cod Fish;
Soda Buiscuit, Butter Crhekers;
Pickles, Preserves, Cow Chow;
CANDIE4, c., a lartes hssortment;
Figs, Raisins, Citrop Ourrants,Prunes;
Parad'se and Pecan 14uts, Almonds;
Cocoa Nuts. Filberts. Anglish Walnuts;
Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, Pine Apples;
Preserved'Fruits, landy Peaches and Cherries;
Green Corn and Peas'.n Cans ;
Pepper andSpices cf .11 kinds;
Flavorindssenes ot every kind:
Wormcstershire Saucx,. a fine article;
TEAS, of every descuiption-and, in short, eve
ry thing else in the Fawly Grocery line.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
Hamburg, ec 3 tf 51
SWAN & 0091 LOTTERIES.
NEW &BRIL1IANT SCHEM.
The following Seht .ne will be drawn by S. swan &
Co., Manager s of the Sparta A cadeiy lottery, in
each of their 1otteries for Miarch 1858, at
To which City they bare .-'imoved their their prin
To be drawn In the er.y of Augusta, Ga., in publie,on
Saturday, March 6th, 1858.
To be drawn in theecty of Augusta, Ga., in publie, on
Saturday, March 13th, 1858.
To be drawn to the,:ity of A ugusta, Ga., in public, on
Saturday, March 20th, 1858.
To be drawn to the city o.f A ugusta, Gat., in publie,on
Saturday, March 27th, 1858.
On the .aan of~ Single Numibers.
Nearly one frize to, every Nine Tickets.
JM'a 1:~b5.e-at Bobemnnao
to 1nE DaAwN4
EACH! SATURD~AY IN MARCHI!,
1 prizeoaf .... $ ,tssi is-------- ..----- 7 eu a
1 prize if. .... - ,Is----------------- * 1,,"
1 prizeoaf.. ---1' IS--------*-----------1"i&N
I prizeoef......... .--4*U W..----------------- --
1 prize~ of .... --4,1111 is--------.---------4.Oit
1 prizeo ~........ -.0s-.----------------..N.
1 prize of.----.-...l,5i8i 1k......... .. .......1.510
4 prizes e.f. ..- -- I 'isP are ........... ..... 4,1.0
4 prizes .,f.-----.---- jes are .... ............6
4 prize.f...... .---l are........... ......8,200
4 pnrizeS oif...... -...7 it' are.................N
4 p ri. f..... . . S60 are................ 2.4sJ
5o prizes 'if.............50) are.................25.15
54o pirizes of............$iii are................20,0gW
1,0 prizes 'if.....----.2r......l2nr ............. 11.iNlt,
2l prizes of.............1ll are.... .............15,ti0
4 PrIzes of 411 APyrox'tIng Lo$7i1,il00 Prize are. .91.60ei
4 Prizes of 3410 '' 3- 8i,00 Prize are..1,0
4 P'rizes or 20f " 19i.tS0 Prizes are.. S1111
4 Prizes of 125 e' " 5,Otio Frizes are... 501'
4 Prizes of I-U ' " 4Uiii Prizes are... 4ip0
4 Prizes o~f 71 a " 8.,Ini Prizes are. .. 15111
4 Prizes sof anI " 1,5004 Prizes are.. 2tid
5,00 Prizes of 24)...........--------.------100,4511
5&5 Prizmaamo'. ingto..............320,000
Whole Tickets 310; Halves 85; Quarters 82,50.
PLAr OF TIlE LOJTTEIY.
The Numabers fra a i to 5u,0,ii corresponding with. thos,.
Numbers on ihe Ti aets prinited on separate siips oif lpaper,
are enircledt with call tin tubes, andl placed ini one wheel.
The first 457 pirir s. siiarly printed and encircled, are
placed ins au,.sher .,heel.
The whes a n revolved, and a number is drawn
fom tihe wh.,,i of uumbers, andi at the sansie time a prize~ is
-srawn f'uml tlne Eiler wheel. The nuanber and pnrze drawn
out are opened ac (exhibited to the audience. and rhel
terel by the Coa..sionettrs; the prize beiiig paecei ainst
te number erawo This uperation is repealed until al the
prizes are dtrawni , 4t.
Approtoalatlen Prtx~eu.--The two precedIng and
the twosceeiin; Numbters to) those dirawing the first7
Prizes wilt b.' entb ted) to the 2s A pproximation Prizes. For
example: It Tiel, it No. 11.250 draws the $70040 Prize,
those 'Tickets nun.o'red 11,245, 11.249, 11.251. 11,252, will
each be enutled a $4004. If Ticket No. 550l draws the
25,i1) Prize. sha.,n Tickets numaberedt 54S, 149, 5I5152, will
eac be entitled 4' S$300t, and14 so on according to the above
h e 5,000 Nist~e of $24) wIll be determIned tay the last
ierftheJ', w.-lch drawsathe $7),000. For example, if the
EodraWg sh5 Ti,000 prize ends with Nso.1, then all the
Tickets where the sunmber ends in 1 wIll be entitled 1o 990.
lthe Number, eis with Number 2, then all the Tickets
where the Numbe' uends it Will be entitled to 910, ad so
"CflIFICATIAS OF PACKAGES Will be sold at the
f.,1awing rates, which is ths riek:
Certificte of Par~kage of ten Whole Tickela ...$
Oetcale of Pa :kage of ten 11alt TIckets,....... .... 40
Cerincate of Pa age of ten Quarter Ticketa........2
Certtdt of Pskdage of ten Eiglith Tikets..... a~l
ins Orde, rng Tickets or (Certifteates,
Enclose the nm iey to our adderess for the Tiekcetieofdete 4
on ecept of wt~dh they will be forwar'ded by itfst inla
Purehasers ean Liave 'a'ickets ending iii any figure they nts
des ate Li.s of D~tastn Nluthbers afld PtiSes till be
entitt mrchise. s irhinediately after (he drawing.
tarenclase , will please write their signatures plain
an ive theIr P et Oice. County and State.
I.ememb. r that every Prize Is drawn and payable ir
un without dledta tion
0A11 prizes of 1,000 and undcr,paid ImmedIately afte:
the rawing-.ot-.e1r prizes at the usual lime of thirty days.
ErAll comu''aicatins5 strictly confidential.
E0 Address orders for Tickets or Uertlicates to
z8. SW AN s& C'), A uausta Ga
SA list of t' e numbers that are drawn from the wheel
with the amount A the prize that each one Is entitledt to
will be publshe.t after every drawiag, In the foilowing pa
eNe Ori 'ans Delta, Mobile Register, Chasrlestor
n1ard,- Nail eitle Gazette, Atlanta Intelligencer. Nei
York Weekly Day Bank. Augeusta (Ga.) Constittionlist
Richondl ispatch, New York Dispatch, Paulding (Miss.
Clarion, and havannah MornIng News.
Feb. 2J4 4t
NOT ICE--AlI persons Indebted to the Es
tate of the late H. M. Hlerlongz are requeste<
to make payment immediately to the Subscriber
or his A gent James D. Herlong ; and those havi
demands upon said Estate will present them ti
either of us proprly attested.
H ENRY C. HERLONG, A d'or.
Mar 3 .4t* 8
NOTICE TOBDRUDGE RUILDERI
7 I LL be let to the Lowest bidder the buildin,
Vof the Bridge acrossStelvens' Creek, near Mi
IGeorge MicKie's, on Wednesday the 12th day c
-May next. The conditions will be specified at th
av of letting, and will be let at the Creek, pi1
chsely nt 11 o'clock. J. P. NIXON, Comn.
uMa 10t* 8
(NEXT DOOR TO B. C. BRYAN'S STORE,)
BY E. T. DAVIS, AGENT.
T HTE Public Are respectfully informed that the
EXCH ANGE is now opened for the accom
modation of all lovers of good eating, and that a
few persons can obtain regilar board at this
House. Fresh Shad, Oysters, Gan.e, Hams and
Eggs, Coffee, &c., furnished at short notice.
On the first floor of this House, the Subscriber has
just opened a LARGE AND PULL
ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES,
which he proposes to sell at low figures for CASH.
His stock consists of a good variety of
Sugar, Cof'ee, Tea, olasses, Syrup
CHEESE, BUTTER, LARD,
Superfine Wheat and Buckwheat FLOUR;
Irish POTATOES, ONIONS;
MACKEREL, in Kitts, balf-bartels and bbls.;
Sardines, Lobsters, Salmon, Cod Fish;
Dried Beef, Smoked Tongues;
PICKLES, Preserved and Brandied FRUITS;
iPICES of all kinds; Ketchups; Maccaroni;
Crackers, Boston and Nola Biscuits;
Candies and Conufectionary,
ORANGES, LEM, INS, PINK APPLE-;
Apples, Figs, Raii-ins. Currants, Citron;
NUTS of every description;
Candles, Starch, Sap, Yeast Powders
Tubs, Buckets and Pails, &c., &c.
Together with a splendid and full variety of.
Fin endies, Wines, *hiskey, Giny
vgter, Ale, &t.
. iAlso, a fine supply of
TOBACCO,- EGARS AND SNUFF.
In connection with the EXCHANGE, (in the
rear on the first floor,) the subscriber has a well
furnished metam M @@ZM~* provided
with good LIQUORS, bEGARS, &C.
gW The Subscriber solicits a liberal share of
the trade, and promises to render satisf.iction unto
all who may le pleased to patronise the Exchange.
E. T. DAVIS, Agent.
Edgefield, Feb 10 tf 5
HOTEL FOR SALE!
T 19 CAROLINA IIOT9Li for
.merly known am the SPANN
HOTEL, is now offered for sale, and I
will be offered on the most aocommo
iating terms as to time.
This l'IOTEL is situated inI the most eligible po
dtion in the Village, on the South ide ot Maine
Street. near enough to the Publio Square for all
purposes, and suffiviently quiet and retired ; and
has always, sinee its establishment as a Hotel, done
a g..od business, and widl no doubt continue t.v do
so as lonic as well kept.
Any person desirous of entering into this busi
ness would do well to call and examine the
Connected with thi. fote-l are conmodious Sta
Iles, containing over ote hundred well-regulated
Stalls, Carriage llouw, Cri a. &c Also, good
Lts for D rover's stwk, and a fine Gard, D1 abr.ut
one aere in size, not surpassed by any. The whole
premises ecinain about thlee Ores.
The. undersigned wonul not be ndnireu1 to offer
this valuable property !or s.le, were it not for do
mestia ;tflietion.. lie is now d:sposed to turn his
attention to some other occupation.
F. NI. NICHOLAS.
Edgeield, Oct 19 tf 41
Ridge Land For Sale.
I offer for Sale my VA LU&ISLE COTTON
Pl.ANTATION. contai:ning about Hive
Hundred Acres, lying on the Edgefield and
On it is s fine one Story House, wieh basement,
and a plenty of out buildings or every kind, all new.
And to every field there is a good new gate well
painted, aind a plenty or water; also, a plenty of
tine G#ratpes, an Orchard, Shrubb.-ry &c., and an.
aundauce of fine timaber and goes! drinking water
Call and examie-I know yjou wil. be pleaseed.
Edgefield. Male Academy.
T1lE exercises of the Edgefeld male academy..
will be resutned on the second Monday lna
February. under the direciens of Mr. James L~esiy,.
as principal, and Mr. T. A. D~owtin, as assistant.
Excellent boardineg may be bad in the Viiage and
vicinity fur any number of students,'and the Trus
t.es flatter themselves that the facilicties new offered
the younltg me.n oft this sectioen of the. itate feer ac
quiring ai thoe ough Engli-h and Classical education,
will bring te Lihe Accadeney a inerfI anber of pupils.
R. T. MIMS,
IIENJ. WA LDO, I
W~. C. MORAUNE.
Jan. 47 tf 3
T H E Exercises of this institution will lie re
samned on MONDAY 25th Jancuary 1858, un
der the control and instruictinc of Mr. GEORGE
G ALP HIN.
Classical Department per session..15 00
English e" "..". -----.. 10 00)
Elemientary " " " -- 7 60
Chemtistry, Natural Phcilosoiphy, i.urveyingt and
Bookkeepingtt-Practical and Thceoretical-b.elong
to the Classical Department, and are charged se
N. B.-Evrery kind of dlissipation is st-ie ly for
bidden By the rules of thce -chool, all offenders are
expelled or suspended without benefit of clergy.
W. IIARRI.ON, Presideut.
.3J. SH EPPARD, Trses
W. T. WEST. Trse.
Jan. 18 8m 1
T HIE Exercises of these Institutionas will he re
aumed fin the first Mecndaey inl Fcebruary next.
under the superviin 1- M r. .J A M F. Mt.'it fiS
in the Femeale, and A. P. BUTLEig, Eeq., in the
Mr. Moiars has hadl nine or ten years experienee
in tencchingc ; and i-ec e to this place hightly rev. in
mended by thcoe for whomi he hail taught, acid
olhrt. icccd a year's exreeriecnce hecre bhas p.roven he
is entitled to the hcah t.-stamonistls b.-stowed upon
him,. and we chceertuily andt eci.ntixl1y comm. nd
him to Lihe public a, one well eniculatede to, advance
pupils entrusted tec his care. lie will also super
vise the meost advacnced I.upils im the Mla!e depart-.
Mr. It'rt~ia's capabcilities to teach and manage
are so well1 kncown that we deem it unncearay to
ay anything in regard to his cmerits.
Prof. B ARK1-EY will instruot in Music and
Freneh. Hie is rei-uted to be a thorough French
Bates of TulItion.
Prmarv~ Branches, per seeston,.... .49,00
Tird Class ai " .... 16,011
Fourth Class "l "c n. . -1uo
Fretich,eftta ~ '' .,,0
16sio, "~ "~ ". -------25,cc
Cotictft etp~ha 4I ''.. . 10
It. A . Slt AW, 'see'ry.
.ah d If 52
BEECH ISLAND ACADEMEY.
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,8S. C.
LEWIS T. IDD, Principal.
T HIE ntext Session of this School will begin on
the 1st February, 1868.
The Principal hopes that his long experience and
entire devotion to the. busintess of Teaching, may
make the Scheool worthy of the patronage of the
public. Students will lbe prepared for a Collegiate
course, or for the practical duties of life.
TERMS PER SESSION OF FIVE MONTHS.
Elementary Branches.......... .... ..... $20
Classical and Mathematical Course........$2
Board can be obtained in private families near
the Academy on reasonable terms.
For further information address the PrincIpal or
Jonatan M. Miller, Esq., Augusta, Ga.
Jan. 20 18[8 tf 2
SILK CHENILLE SHAWLS.
Ri AY & TURLEY have a few exceed
.ingly handsome Silk Chenille SHAWLS, just
r. ceived and for sale low.
Augusta, Feb.831858 tf -4
yOST--A Note of hand for $150, daited about
ithe 19th November, payable one -day after
edate-given by J. W. Pitta to the Undersigned. All'
persons are warned from trading for said Note, sa
Iit has been settled. -SAMUEL WEBBR.
Dec 80. 1857. 8It'