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CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
A. 13. BRUMBY, A. M.-Latin and Mathematics.
J. WOOD DAVIDSON, A. &l.-Greek and English.
T. DE.NCON, Graduate Univ. Franee-French.
T IE ANNUAL TERM is divided into two ses
sions of fivo scholastic months each, begin
ning respectively on the first Monday of October
and March-the second closing with an Examina
tion. Pupils received at any time. Students pre
pared for the South Carolina Collee or other
Literary Institutions, and for the practical pursuits
7Ans-$30.00a session. French, $15.00 extra.
For furtber particulars, address either of the
RrEREacas: Columbia, S. C.-Faculty S. C.
College, Revs. J. H: Thornwell, D. D., P.J. Sham',
S. Townsend, Capt. A. R. Taylor, C. P. Polham,
Esq., and Patrons of the School generally;
Aarleston--Gen. W. E. Martin, Col. I. W. Ilayne;
Wimaboro-Hon. J. A. Woodward, Mdaj. J. 11
Rion; Cheser-Hemphill and Gaston, Esqrs.;
Yorkille-S. W. Melton, Esq ; Charlotte, N. C -
Wm. -Johnston, Esq., Savanna, Ga -Bp. Elliot,
Rev. D. H. Porter; 1Iontgomery, ALs -Elmore
and Culp, Esqrs: Mobile-Col. J. M. Withers;
Fee Orleane, La.-Rev. B. M. Palmer, D. D.
Dec. 15, 1858, 4t 49
Happy Valley Academy,
T HIS School which is situated near the resi
dence of J. F. Duias, nine miles North
west of Edgefield Village, will commence on the
24th January next, under the charge of its former
teacher, Miss JULIETT M. PICKERING.
The Scholastic year will be divided into two
Sessions, the first of 24 weeks, and the second of
Terms for the English branches, $20 per year
For French $12-Music, $10, and $4 for the use
of Piano. Scholars will be charged from the time
of entrance till the close of the Session, except in
cases of sickness.
ggGood board can be procured near the School
at $7 per month.
Dec 13 5t* 49
Red Bank Academy.
T HE Exercises of this School -wid be resumed
on the 2nd Monday in January next, under
the management of Mr. J. W. KEMP, who is well
versed in the Classics, and whose services with us
the past year has given satisfactory evidence of
his general Scholarship and efficiency as a teacher.
The following will be the rates of Tuition per
Scholastic year, viz:
Spelling, Reading, Writing and A rithmetic, $12.
The above, with English Grammar and Geo
raphy, - 18,00
The above with Algebra, Geom.etry, &c. 22,00
The abovi with Latin and Greek, 85,00
Good board can be had in familits convenient
to the Academy at $8 per month.
W. S. MOBLEY,
E. MOBLEY, 1
J. R. EIDSON, .
DENJ. EDWARDS, ;
T. JENNINGS. I
Dec 18 8t 49
- Long Branch Academy.
'THIS Institution will re-open on the first Mon
day in January, and the e.sien will close
about the middle of June. -everal vacancies have
occurred by students going into business.,
Early applications are solicited, and will be
promptly answered. Monthly Circulars will le
Issued, containing the ntunber of Recitations and
their degree of perfection, absence, deportment, &c
The strict discipline will be exercised, and a
dissipated or immoral student cannot remain.
-JAS. E. (ROSSLAND, Prin.
Beach Island, S. C , lc 13 * 4t 49
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PL EAS.
* XILLIAM Y,. LLOYJ), wh., is in the cus
Vtody of the Sheriff of Edgtiesld Distriet,
by virtue of writs of Capaas ad respondendum
-hsnid William B. Lloy3d haaving beture his ar
dr said writs first executed bail bonds to
a ns heris', in due form, with Samuel
roks as his bail, and aft.-rwards hiavingt been sur
rendered to the Sheriff by his bail, issuing out of
the Court of Common Pleas, for this D~istrict, at
the suits of Henry Schoonmaker and William B.
Dorn, and others, having filed in my ofiliee, together
with a Schedule, on oath, of' his estate and a t ,
his petition to the Court of Comimon P1.as, p.ray
ing that Ihe may be admitted to. the benefit of the
Acts of the General Assembly, amade fo.r the relief
of insolvent debtors, It is orde..red, that thme said
Henry Sechoonmaker andl Wileium II. Dorn, anid
all the other creditors to whom the said William
B. Lloyd is in anywise indebted, be, and the-y are
hereby summoned and have -notice to appear be
fore the said Cour-t, at Edgefiell Court lHonse, on
Tuesday the eighth day of March next, to~ show
cause if any they can, why the prayer of the peti
tion aforesnid should not be granted.
THlOs. G. BACON, c c.D.
Clerk's Office, 7th Dec. 1858. 3te 49
'STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
G EORGE WEST, who is in the custody or the
Sheriff of Edgefield District, by virtue of a
Writ of Capias ad Saiisfaciendum, at the suit of
George A. Stockmon, having filed in my oflice,
together with a Schedule on oath of his estate and
effects, his petition to the Court of Common Pleas,
praying that he may be admitted to the benefits
of the Acts of the General Assembly made for the
relief of insolvent debtors, It is Ordered, That
the said Geirge A. Stockmnon and all other cre'hi
tors to whom- the said George West Is in any wise
indebted, be, and they are hereby summoned, and
bave notice to appear before the said Court at
Edge~eld Court House, on Tuesday the eighth day
of March next, to show cause if any they can.
why the prayer of the petition aforesaid should
notbe granted. THS.G.BACON, c.c.m'.
Clerk's Office, Dee. 7, 1858. 13tc 49
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY !
C HRI ST IE d& H URLB ERBT.
r~ HEfl Subscribers oli'er for sale at the old stand
of R. HI. Sullivan, a CHOICE collection of
Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies,
.And all other articles in their line. 'They have
maade arrangements to keep their Ihouse supplied
with the BEST ARTICLES, from the BEST
Yaetories in the United States, which they will
sell LOW FOR CASti, or for good paper on
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES of every des
cription will be furnished to order on short notice.
April 22 tf 15
S UPERBLY BIEAUT1FUL--Jutst
ont, the CosatomoLuTAN ART JoURN(AL for De
eemb~er. Over seventy pages-choice at tieles
elegantly illustrated-splendid Steel Engravings.
Price 60 cents. Specimen copy sent, on receipt
of 18 cents, in stamps or coin. Address
C.L. DERBY,548 Broadway.N Y.
_ ~~Apply to Dr. E. J. Mims, Hon. Se'ry.
M OWEY IS THE WORD.--AII per
sons indebted to me either by Note or Ac
cou.nt wilt please onll and settle by sale day in Jan
uary next-before if possible. I cannot go on with
amy business without money. My friends will tat
tend to this call at once.
J. M. WITT.
fDec7 ' tf 48
NMO T IC E.-.AIl persons having demants
Jiagainst the Estate of Btenj. L. Murrell, dee'd,
are requ-.-ted to present them, to the Administra
C,,rs, properly attested, and all indebted to said
..tate, are requestod to make payment.
LUKE CULBRE ATFEI, ?Adm'ors
FERABA MURRELL, f'
Dec. , 6it 48
ORSALE.--A Yoke of strong, well-trained
OXE. AsoanOx-Wagon. Terms reasonS
ble. A pply at this Office.
lyee5 .8t 48
WAVE YOU SEEN THFM 3--That
...superb Engraving, " Tus VIL.AGE BLacK
nirn," and the beautiful Any- JouBNAL, whsiche
.arc furnished to subscribers of the Cosmopolitan
Art Association, .can now be seen at Me-ars.
Bland & Butlers sMore, for a short time only. See
adrtisea-att elsewhere headed-New Features.
nec. n U d
TUE Undersigned begs leave to inform'the
'l public that on the FIRST MONDAY IN
JANUARY NEXT, he will offer for sale to the
highest bidder, the above named valuable HOTEL,
formerly known as the SPANN IlOTEL. He Is
induced to do this in consequence of domestic mis
fortunes. Finding himself incompetent, situated
as he is, to carry on such a business profitably, lie
is desirous of turning his attention to some other
This HOTEL has always had, and, as long as
well kept, will always continue to have a liberal.
patronage. Its retired position and convenience
to the business part of the Village, render it alto
gether desirable to visitors and the travelling pub
Attached to this HOTEL Is one of the best
vegetable Gardens, near one acre in size. Also,
three large Stock Lots and Stabling for over one
hundred Horses. And all necessary outbuildings
required on such premises.
Should any one wishing a private residence in
Town, buy this House, they could at a very mode
rate expense, convert it into one of the finest and
most desirable private residene-s that the Town
0'Terms liberal, and made known on day of
sale. F. D1. NICHOLAS.
ec 8 3t 48
AMBROTYPES FOR FIFTY CTS.
POST OFFICE CORNER, AUGUSTA, GEO.
W M. 11. CHALMERS, the well-known
and successful Ambrotypist, is still furnish
ing pictures in the same
EEAUTIFUL AND Lt.FE-LIKE STYLE,
that was so much admired last season, for the
Low Price of 50 Cts. and upwards,
According to the size and style of case. The Gal
lery havinir a MAMMOTH SKY-LIGHT and
SIDE-LIG HT combined, together with .Instru
ments of the latest and most approved kinds,
Pictures can be taken at all hours of the day, and
as well in cloudy weather as in clear.
Having recured the services of beveral of the
Best Operators in the United States,
Likenesses will in all cases be PERFECT or no
charge. Each Picture will be handsomely col
oure:! by an ekperienced Artist, and warranted
not to fade.
The Public ate invited to call and examine the
large collection of Ambrotypes, Daguerreotypes,
elainotypes, Photographs, Paintings, &c., on ex
gWEntrance to Gallery one door above the
N. B. Instructions given in the Art and Ap
Augusta, Dec 7 4t 48
S. & .. A. BOWIE & CO., Factors
e and Commission Merchants, Charleston, 8
J., hereby give notice that they have changed the
style of their Hrm to BOWIE, BROTHER & CO.
J. S. BOWI,
J. A. BOWIE,
Charleston, Nov 30, 8t 47
Y order of W. F. Durisoc, Ordinary, I shall
proceed to sell at my House, on the 28th
December, all the personal property of John
rouch, Sr., dec'd., consisting of
SIX LINELY NEGROES,
ne Mare nnd one Buguet, one Gold Watch and I
Key, ::nd other articles not necessary to mention.
All sums of and under $5, cash-all over that
tmount on a credit of twelve months. Purcha-,
es will be required to give Note a-id two ap
roved rsureties before the riaht of p~ropecrty is
:tanged. SIEON CROUCH, Adm'or.
De 8 3t 48
THlE Subscriber will offer at public outcry. at
L his residence, on Tuesday, 20th December,
175 Acres of Land,.
5 acres cleared and in cultivation, 15 of which
s Creek bottom. This Tract is situate two miles 2
Cortha of Loti's P. 0., on Mine Creek, and bounde~d
y lands of D. L. Rotten, A. Crauchi, .John Kenny
nd others. A comfortable Dwelling and all no
:e a~y (.uthuildings on the pireises.
orn, Fodder, Cow Food, stock and Fat Hogs,
Sheep.. r atte, ilorse, lPump T-eols, P'lanata
tion and Blacksmith Tools, Hlousehold
and Kitchen Fur,,iture, &c., &c.
Terms-All sums under $5 cash-over that
mount on a credit of 12 monthas with interest
from date. Purchasers giving Note and two good
ureties. D). MATHIENY.
D. c 8 t* 48
- Notice, -
A LL personas arc hereby forewvarned from tra
..din for three Notes. gr'en to Wmn. 1111l, of.
Hamburg, S. C., by W. W. Waller, M. A. Crews,
T. C. Crews, and Z. Sparks, endorsed by WV. WV.
Perrymnan and Stanly Crews, dated on the 9th of
ctober, 185d. saidl Notes are foer Nine Hundred
and Six Dollars, and some cnts each ; made paya
ble one twvo months after date, one tour months,
and one six months after date. The consideration
for which the said Notes were given hais Ihiled, and
they will not be paid unless compelled by law.
W. W. W ALLER,
M. A. CR KWS,
T. C. CREWS,
Z. SPA RKS.
Dec. 8, St______ 48
N OTICE--AlI persons indebted to the Estate
of David Ouzts, dec'd., are requested to pay
t~he same without delay,and those having detmands
against the same will render them in, properly at
tested, for patyment.
T. 3. OUZTS, Ex'ors.
L. BROOKS. '
Oct. 0, tf 39.
NOTICE--All persons indebted to the Es
.. tate or J. W. Rearden, dee'd., are requested
to make immediate palyment; and all persons hav
ing any dema.nds against the same will paresent them
.JAS CAL.LI3ON, Ad'urs
Dee 8 f 48
N OTICE-All persons indebted to thme Estate
of .J. 1U. IHarris, deceased, are requested to
pay up~ as soon as poissible; and th~ose having de
m:,ds against the Efstate-, will render them in by
the 1st .January next, properly attested..
D. P. SELF, A dm'or.
Nov. 3, 1858 2m 43
FOUIND on the 26th Nov. last, in the Martin
Town H ood, near D)r. Thos. Lake's, a PO'K
igr IOOK containing a sunm of MONE Y, whieh
the owner can have by proving property.
For turthier particulars, address mec at Kirkaey's
X Roads, Edsefield lDistriet, S. C.
Dec S3t 48
C1AUTION-All persona are hereby can
tioned against trading for a certain NOTE
given to G. F. Parks, or Ga., for $124,00, payable
1st January 1859. as the consideration for whieh
said Note was given has proven unsound, and 1
am determnined to resist its paiyment.
Dec 8 Sie 48
I AST NOTICE.-A1 persons having do
.,j mands against the Estate of .John Dotby, de
eesed, arc hereby notified that they must present
them by or before thie 10th of .January next, as on
that day we desiga making a final settlement of the
Estate. Persons indebted to said Estate are also
enunest~v reques.ted to settle tip by or betfore tha.t
date. *J. A. D)EVORE, Agt.
Dec7 5t 48
N OTICEC-All persons indebted to the Et
tate of John A. Co'eiman, dee'dl., wi1 mamke
payment by the first February ne.xt ; and all p. r
sns heaving demands against the Istate will rea
der them in properly attested for payment.
LEWIIS SAMPlLEL,) Ad'ors
J. B. F LOYI).
Dee 8 2m* 48
TENEESSEE HAMS AND LARD.
J UIST aeceived 1000 Lbs Choice Tenn. B ACON,
and a supply of A No 1 LAR D.
W. R. &rT.S. IU DSON.
' n- a4f 8
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM
A very handsome and select assortment of the
Which we will sell a a VERY SMALL AD
VANCE on Manufacturers prices.
g'Thc attention of the Ladies to it is respect
BLAND & EUTLEII.
Edgefield, Dec tf 47
B EGS leave to call the attention of his friends
and the public to his large and well assorted
Ztock of Fancy & Domestic
[e having disposed of all his old Goods previous
o his going to the North, is now in possesseron of an
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK,
Which comprises all that is
Fashionable and Desiraible in Style!
Pe ha added to his Store another Department
in which he keeps a large supply of
&c., &c., &c.
All of which will be sold at prices not to be beaten
by any House in Augusta.
le has a splendid lot of DEL AINES, worth
17 cis. which he sells for 25 ets.
C1.0 A KS and 8lAWLS, very cheap ;
All wo.d DELAINES, ROBES, &c., very cheap;
Fine SILKS, all styles, cheaper than ever;
Embroidered COLL AlS worth $1, for 50 ets.
AND ALL OTIhER GOODS IN PRO
Augusta, Nov 1 t f 43
T HE Pioprietor of this well known and popu
lar HOTEL takes peculiar pleasure in an
ouncing to his friends and the travelling public
;enerallv, that this House is open for the reception
f company, and that his whole energies will te
)ut into requisition to gratify the wants of each
tnd all who may favor him with their patronage.
The House has just been thoroughly repaired,
nd the Rooms and Furniture put in excellent con
ition for the Spring and Summer season.
My Table will be furnished with the best that
an le had, and presided over by one skilled in
Ie culinary department-and In short, everything
equisito to gratify thu taste of the epicurean will
)e supplied in abundance. The servants of the
IAROLINA 110TEL are noted for their polite and
tentive character, and are cvcr in attendance to
bey the wishes of my Guests.
New STABLES have recently been built, which
Lre commodious and complete, and Horses left in
y care will receive kind and careful treatment.
' lhankful for past encousragement andi patron-i
ge, I respectfully solicita continuance of the same.
JOHN A. MAYS.
gg The travelling community are notified that
hy and their bagna;;e will be conveyed, at a mo
nent's warning, without charge, to the E'arolina or
eorgia Depots.J. A. M.
Hamburg, May 3 1858 tf 16
FRESH1 GROCERIES, &c.
STHiE Subscriber is now receiving -
a choice stock of well selected
GROCRIES, LIQUORS, SEGARS, &e.,
hichi will be sold at moderate prices. The as
rtment is large, and consists in part of
Stewart's C. SUG AR, an excellent article;
New Orleans, old process, SUGARI,
Superior Crushed do.
do Po .vdered do.
Sugar House SYRUP;
New Orleanis do.
Old Goverment Java COFFEE;
Superior Rio do.
Choi'ice OLD BR ANDY, goodl, better, heit ;
ibson's XX WIIISKEY, a first rate article;
A lso, all oilier LIQ UORS, WINES, &c.;
Exc:lent TOBACCO and SEGARLS;
Confectioniaries and Pickles ;
Fresh Sahuon and Sardines;
MACK EREL, No 1 and 2, in Kits, very fine ;
Good English l~airy CHE ESE ;
su1.erior qualities of SOAP, &c., &c., &c.
il of which has been bought at reasonable prices
nd will be sold at small profits.
Thiankful for past patronmage, the Subscriber
opes by strict *Attention to merit a continuation of
he same. W. E. LEGG.
Dec8 tf 418
T E Firm of COLEMAN & SMITH, was, by
mutual consent, disselved on the 0th of
nAuust last. All persons indebted to us arc re
spectfully solicited to settle as soon as possible, as
e wish to close the biusiness of the firm. Either
f us, or J1. C. Chapimim, are authorized to use thme
ame of the firms in liquidatinig.
COL EMA N & SMITH!.
Mount iEnon, S. C., Nov. 23, 1853.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Having sold my entire interest in the firm of
COL-EMAN &dMiriito) Mr. W. B. Ssenu,my former
artner, hbeing thankful for past faivonirs, I take
illeasre in recommending himi to our former ens
tmir and friends. All lpersons indebted to me
will pilease come forward and pay, as I am cent
plled to have money.
Nov. 23, 18 5tC 47_
Norfolk and New York Oysters.
r NH E above superior OYST ERS can be had at
IS. E. BOWERS', in Hamburg. fresh every
day, by Express, in half and Whole Gallons.
Nov 26 tI. d6
N OT ICE--All persons desirons of employ
ig the Negro man JOE belonging to Mrs.
Seibels, may do so upon complying with the terms
mentioned in a paper which Joe carries itih him.
E. SEIBELS, Agt.
Nov 23 1m 46
We want Money !
AL f. persons indebted to us are earnestly soli
Acited to call and settle up by sale day next,
as we have heavy Bank Notes to meet in a short
time. Come, ye whom we have accommmodlated
with cheap goods and reasonable time, walk up
to time " Captain's Oflice" and cash your accounits.
We wvill expect hellp from you on Monday next
don't disappoint us. WV. R. & T. S. H UDSON
Deci t f 47
F~tSL -Agood COOK, WASHER rind
1RON~lt.S. S. TOMPKINS.
Deci t f d7
W ANTED--A Competent MA LE TEACH
ER to take charge of a School six miles
below the Pine House, for the year 1859. Address
subscribers at Granuiteville, S. C.
B. F. L ANDRUM,
- LEWIS J. MILES,
A. G. TURNER.
Dec. 1, 1858 5t* 47
F NA L NIOTICE.-All persons indebted
to the Estate of Wmn. S. 1nmyly. dlee'd., arc
notifi' d to pay tihe same forthwiith ; andi those hav
ing claims naainst said Estate will ri nder them i1
prop, ily iattesed.J,. C. SMY LY, Ad'or.
Dee g 3*48
IIOTICE--LHst in Hamburg on the 24th oi
.Septembier 1858, a sealed Note against Ant
Collins, payable to Edward Collier, one day aftei
date, for the principal sum of twenty five hundrem
dollars and seventeen cents, bearing date 5th da)
February 1856, attested by Richard Key. Al
persons are hereby warned against trading for th<
said Note. EDWA RDCOLLIER.
Col Spring, Edaeaeld S. C, De. 1i 28* 47
Edgefield Female Institute!
IIE Undersigned will commence the exercises
of this School on the 2nd Mondaiy in Jan
It is his purpose, if possible, toibuild up an In
stitution that will afford to Young Ladies every
facility for acquiring a liberal education; and he
asks the hearty co-operation oT all who are friend
ly to such an enterprise.
He will be assidted by as many Teachers as the
number of pupils may require.
He submits the following recommendation from
the Professors of the University of Virginia:
"The Undersigned, having been inforned that
M11r. Joux R. GwALTSNEY, a Master of Arts of this
Institution, will take charge of the Female Insti
tute at Edgefleld, S. C., are, pleased to have an
opportunity to testify to their high appreciation
of' li merits as a Scholar, and as a Christian gen
tieman. They believe that his attainments and
character qnalify him for entinmit. usefu!i ss, as a
Teacher of the tir.-t cluss, nd they reconinend <
his Sehool aesorlingly.
A. T. BL.EDsoE, Prof. of MatleNmaties.
W. 11. .c0 uvEy, Prof. t'' Moral Philo:.ophy, C
S. 1MAUPcm. Prof. of Clist ry, -I
B. L GILDFRLsLEEvr, Prf. (of Greek.
J. L CAuxLL, Prof. of Physciology & Surg.
A. HowARD, Prof. of Metdicho
J. S DAvis, Prof. of Anat, Ther., & Bot.
J. P. Hoico1u IE, Prof of Const. & Intern. Law,
Joinq B. hlnoR, Prof. of Com. & Statue Law.
FnAiECIS Ii. S31T, Prof. of Nat Phihsophy. C
Gassuxr UAiasoN, Prof. of Latin "
17 Any one, desiring further information will
JOTIN R. GWALTNI-X, A. N.
Edgefleld, S. C., Nov 17 t 45
School Notice. C
H AVING bien tendered, by the Toustees of
the " Fuller institutute," the use of their
commodious Building, Apparatue, Furniture, &c.,
my School, for the instruction of Girls and young
Ladies, will be resumed on the 17th of .Ianuarv
next, without the aid of Truste.s. All the En.
lish brancle", with Music, French, Drawing,
Painting, Wax Work, Needle Work, &c., will he a
Te scholastic year will be divided into two
sessions, first commencing 7th of Janutry and
closing 31st t.f July; second commencing 5th
September and closing 10th of Decemnber. That
every facility may be oflered for a thorough edu
cation, the serviegs of my sister, Mrs. M. A.
BLAND, have been engaged, who will assist me
in the Musical and Ornamental departments.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore be
stowed, I hope, by strict attention and unremit
ting industry, to receive a continuance of the
same. ANNIE C. GOTT.
Greenwood, S. C., Dec. 8, m 48
FDGEF IELD INALE ACADEMY.
E All persons indebted to the Trustees of the
Edgefield Male Academy are informed that the
accounts are in the hands of the Treasurer and an
early setivnent is requested.
GEO. A. ADDISON, Treas.
Dec 8 2t 48
OTICE-te Patrons of the Edgefield Fe
N male Collegiatte Institute, will please call at
the Aeudemy and settle their Tuition bills with the
Principal, Mis A. -1. R. MEARS, from this day
until the close of the E0-slon.
W. W. ADAMS,
S W.' NICIOLSON.
Dec 8 2t 41
YORKY I bLE, S. C.
Patset- Maj. M. J - NKINS,* 'rof. Mathematies.
rAL~s. Capt. A. COW A ItD,* Prof. French.
Liut. C. A. SEABiQO0K~t Prof. Ihui 4- Greek j
u . M. L AW.* Prof. JIistory, 4.-Mathematics.
"I I. K. T!IOM AS.* Prof. Belies Lettres. 'I
"it. T. JIARPER,*Prof. Eng. 4- Ar-ithmetic.
B P. BOYD, Bursar.
Urs. BAILRON & BRATTON, Burgeons.
TEnxs :--For all S~hmool Expenses, i e , Tuition,
Boardinig, Light, Fuel. stationcry, Books, anmd.
edical attendlance, $200 perf cholastic year.
No Pup~il under twelve or over eighteen years of
age will be received.
For further in~furtnation apply to Prinlcipl)s,
Yokvile, 8. C. ]
Rferences :-Cen. James .Tones, Columbia, S
C.; Gen. D. F. Janmiason, Orangeb~urg, s. C.; Gen.
J. HI iMians, Buckhead, 8. 0; Gen. Daniiel Wal-1
lce, Jonesville, S. C.; Col. I. I). Wilson, Soci. ty
11il, S. C.; Gen. It. G. M. Dunovant, Ninety-Six
ieot, S. C.
*Gradua'tes of tho S. C. Milit~ry A cademy.
t Griduante of tIne S. C. College.
STEVENS' CREEK ACADEMY,
TilE exercises of tis~ Academy will be re
sunied on the 1st Mlonday in kI~nuary next,
under the supervision of J. W. MUcANTS, V'~.s'
a grduate of Enmory and Hleury College, of Vir
"lie carne to this neighborhood with the best of
recommendations as to character and qiualineations,.
and we can no(w testify to thme fact ourselves, lie
having taughat five months to our entire satisfaction.
Young men wishing to prepare for College, we
do niot, think conld do hetter than to conec to our
school. It is in a good neiglhiorhood where board
can be obtained at chi.alp pirices.
J. S. S'MYLY, )
J1. L ANDitUM, Trustees.
Nov. 2L185S - L 46
TlE LIVER INVIIGARATOR.
PREPARLED) Y DRt. SANFORD.
1 T"a'r'at''i'infc mien~il dlsi ovry, andl isdaily workling
enr, nn,latI m o es g,. r.:ant.e heieve.'. It ensres nas it' . mugi
i, vent~m the lirs t dose giving be.at, id setltdo,n amore thm:ma
n utle 1is re'jpiiredl to cure any kinud <of Liver Compulinint,
fomn the woarst .Iiundice or 1)vspep~sia to a cum,ana head
anh", all of which are the resulttof ai diseasedt Liver.
The Liver is one oif the principal regutiulors of thae
huan body, andti wheni iit perfo'rms its func''I' tis we-ll
the por ii he sIueini uS-e fully dtevelopjedI. iThe
s'omneh is atmo,'t etiirely d *epeneilent on 1th healthy
atio oif the 1.1Iver for thme pro'per pertan:une ,of its
f un tethans. WhIe n he stm "" nelh is at thuit, theL bowelIs
are ti huni, ain't ihe wblrdeC sysins ai iTe C in cemns'
qIeIce of onei. organs---h .C L',ier-havinig eensedt to
.14 1 titsduy. F. .r thme e'isn .s of that ,,rgm, on ofr the
~rritirs ha15mad i ti4 hai5 studty, in na prnietient of
mgre thmanm tWwenty years, o ithIlad s'ome, re'medy whecre
w i tl t countecrnet the m~)anay deriungemnents 144
whicha it is hlitbe.
To prov~ that this re medcay Is at lasit ftmdnu, any.
p.rn troubled~' with Liv e' r Cuajmomp li im nn
ofr it f-arams, hans buit to try a .. bottle, and convaictlon Is
A CI lmdn has beenm formed by dtisslvian gintis
and. extracting thai part .which Is soluable for the ac
tive virtuaes ofr the medi c"ine., .Taese gunma remove,
alt morb~id. or hadt matter romrru the system, supply
lg ina their place a hue:dthy th or of bile, linvgorating
otth actie, cau4sing fmod to digest welt, purifyIng
te boodt, givinag luile nutd health to the i' haole mnehai
nery, removu~ing thec enusesm' of tihe disease, and effet
aigm radlIena caire wit hout ain y of the disagreenuble
anur effects, fellthy iusinlg Catomel or Mineral P'.n
s i n ti Is usualty resor tedt to.
One deo after enatinig is sufliclent to relIeve th e
stonach, anid pirevent thec food from rIsing and soar
Onnly one dose -taken 1mbefore retlrIng, prevents
Oaly one done taken at rfmnight loosens the bowels
gently, and cnres costive '' ness.
On e taken after eacti * meal wIll cure Dyspepsla.
g 'One doase of two tea spoonatnd wilt always re
leve Siek IHeadache.
One bottle takmen for fo male obstrucetion, removes
the cuse of time disease, and maskes aperfect cure.
Only nme douse haiinedl ately relieves Chlihe, whIte
One mlhse, often repuented,'' Is a sure cure for Chiol
era Morbus, andm a lire .-. ventative of Chlamera.
One dlose, taken mifen, will p reveat the recurrence
~f Bilious Aitmieks, w~hile i reieves all pinful feel
inU Only one bottle Is ,needcd to throw out of the
system the effects of medl cine after a lo'ng slckness.
One bottle taken for Jaundicc, remo ves all
yellowness o r unnntamurnl E color from the skin.
One dose taken a short timne before eating gIves vIgor to
te appetie, undl mnkes fuod digest well.
One doswe, oflen repenated, cures Charonle Dlarrhma In Its
worst fms, wIle suammer and bowel comphlants yield at
not to the first dose.
One or two doses euares attacks caused- by worms, while for
worms in children, there is no surer, safer or speedler reim
ed In the world, as It never faills.
There Is no exaggeratIon In these statemnents; they are
plain, sober facts, that we can give evldenace to strove, whaitc
al who use It are glvinag theIr unaunnaous testimuony In Its
etake Inanniute pketasure i recomnmending thais medIcIne
as a prevenative for Fever anid Agume, Chill Fever, and all
Fevers omf a ilklus type. It operates with certality, anad
tiousndsare willlhtg to testify to Its wondlerful vIrtue.
Aong the hunditredts of Liver Remedies tiow offered to
the public. thecre are n-oe we czan so hIghly recuommeund as
Di. SANFOICIFS INVIOIfAToIt, so generalty knuwna
now throuaghout thec Uion. This preparatio.n is truly a
Liver Invigorator, proahuieing the most hasppy results on nll
who use i. Alnost innumerable certilleates have been gIv
en t the great virtue of thius medlelne by thaose of the hIgh
est stanhlug in society, and we know it to be the best prepia
ratoin now before thejpulie.-HuAon (bouty )Ismcrat.
RICE, ONE DOLLAE PElR BOTTLE.
- 8SANF"ORD &k CO.,
ProprIetors, 345 Blrosdway, New Y ork.
Eorsale at Edgetteld U. HI. by 0. L PENN, Agent.
INE TENNESSEE BACON-Sides,
'Shoulders and llama-for sale by
-0. L. PENN, Agt.
Norm, asf 46
State of South Carolina.
COLUIA, S C , D McMnx., 1,5A.
y llis Excellency ROBT. F. W. A LLSTON,
Gorernor and comnander4-.Chief in and uver
the Stale of South Carolinft:
W fiEttE AS, in pursuance of the Act of the
Le egislature (if this tae, the votes for
niembers o' the ThirLy-EighTh i'oress have been
.munted by Comnissienern apponited for thit pur.
ose, and it appenrs that JOIIN McQUEEN has
een duly elected frr the Congressional District
omposed or Lancaster, ChesterfIeld, Marlboro,
arlington, Union, Willinnsburg, Ilorry and
eorgetown. forming the I st Congressional District;
V. PORCHER MILES for the D istrict composed
if Charleston, excisive of the Parish of St. Johns
olletn, forming the 2d Congressional District;
i. M. KEITT fur the listrict composed of Beau
>rt, Barnwell, Oranbchurg, Colleton, St. Johns
olleton, forming the 3d Congresslonal District;
[. L. BON II A MeI for he' i)istri-:t composed of
exingomn, Edgefield, Newberry, Laurens and Ab
eville, forming the 4th Congressional Distict; J.
. ASI.\IOfE for the District composed of An
erson, Pickens, Greenville, Spartanburg and
rnion, form:ng the 5th Congressional D istrict;
. W. BOYCE for the District composed of York,
hester, Fairfield, Rich'and, Kershaw, Sumter and
arendon, foryuing the Gth Congressional District.
Now, therefore, I, ROBT. F. W. AI.LSTOS,
overnor and Commander-in-Chief in and over
e State aforesaid, do issue this my proclamation,
tifying and declaring, according to the provisions
f the said Ac, that John McQueen, W Purcher
tiles, L. Ml. Keitt, M. L. Bonham, J. D. Ashmore
d W. W Boyce had a majority of the votes cast
their respective Conaressional D;stricts, and are
ierefore duly elected Representatives in the Con
ress of the United SLate.s.
(iven under ny hand and the seal of the State,
at Columbia, this - day of December, in the
year of our Lord o thousand eighthIundred
and fifty-i ight, and in the 83d year of A meri
R1B0T. F. W. ALLSTON.
W-M. R TuxT, Dep. S.c. of Z-tato.
Dec. 16, 1858, it 49
DICKEY & PHIBES
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR
Fall Stock of Dry Goods,
Usually kept In a
)RY GOODS STORE!
Which they will
As any other
'he Character of their House is a sufficient
guarantee that eeyCustomer
will be Charedthe
Augusta, Eept 183 ____ _f_ 36
New Dry Goods!
WMl'. H. CRA.ME, Augusta, Ga., has
jus nt received from New York,
Rich Bayn~dere ~ 8LS ;
French all wool DIELAINES, new sty'es ;
Low priced DELA[N Esand CASilIMERES;
French and hnglishi SIKR~INUS, very cheap ;
Black aind Colored A LP ACAS, very cheap ;
Coth and Merenoc SH AWl 5 , new styles;
Ldics and Siisses Cloth CLOA KS;
Fr.c Black CLOTh H8tnd CASI&lERE:4;
Kentucky JE\S S.\TIN KTS and TWEEDS;
New Styles PL:INTS and (UGIIAlAS;
.ilL a great variety of all kinds of DOMESTIC
001ii8 suitable fur tihe seasone which will be sold
the lowest ternms for Cash.
Call at tile NEW GR ANITE FRONT STORE.
Augusta, Dec 1 8t 37
T. DAVIS, Agent, has just replen
.. ishied his Stock with fresh imp~ortationls of
imost EVERY AltTICLEJ inl the Urucery busi
ess which lie is sellingt at
Verjy Low Prices !
Ilis presenlt large Etock consists In part of
10 Bhus Stuart's'C. SUG.\R which will be sold
lbs. for $1, Cash, r at 11} ets per lb. by the bbl.
5 EBis.:superior Irish POTATOE-IC;
Tennessee 1 A MS andi L A R, 15j ets. pr lb.;
Northern P1PP'INS andi A PPLLES, line;
Tierce R ICE, htest quality;
spesi CII EE$E nuel M .\CCA RONI;
Choice RLAISINS, CITltON anud CUl R ANTS;
do FireS and PRUNES;
CAN A1EM rad N I T.4, a lull and fine variety;
SAIXON and T.OISTERS, superior;
PLENDID LIQUORS, W.INES, CORDIALS,
.&c., &c., &c.
igCall at the " E~olihae."
Nov 24 tf -.- 40
state of South Carolina.
EDG EFI ELD DISTRICT,
Femperance la tcher andl others, } ill for Sole
ns. Miorris, lisa wife Lucy, et al. ) at~ Jc
B Y virtue of an order from Chaneellor Wardinaw
in this case. I will sell at Edgelield C. H., (on
~le day in .lanuary next, the following portion of
Lhe Real Estate of Bartlet Hatcher, deceased.
Two hundred and six (206) acre. to be laid off
rm thte tract whereon the stid deetased resided at
the time of hi. death, and which will be locatedi on
Ihe extreme portion of the said tract, nnd being the
most remote from thie dwelling
TRits-A eredit of twelve months from day of
ale with interest from said date, except costa to be
paid in casht.
Purhase money to be secured by bond with
adequate sureties. A. SIMKIINS, c.E K D.
Nov. 22 t 46
A LL persons indebted to the Estate of Mrs.
..Lucy Summerall, decessed, are requested te
pany the same forthlwith ; and those having demand.
against said Estate will please rendetr them in pro
perly attested, as soon as possible. I desire to settlk
up the Estate without delay.
B. M., TA'LBERT, Adn'or.
de bonis non.
Nov. 3,1858 12m 43
L E1YONS--nJust received Bve Boxes ChoIc
LEMONS. E. T. DAVIS, Agent.
May 19 - f 19
N OTICE--All persons hiaving claims againsi
the Est-,te of .)amne S. Culvman, dee'd., are
hereby niotitied to render thema in by the let Marel
lS5-otherwist their note and necounts will pu-i
tively be debarred. Aiid those indebted to said
Estate mnust piay up thle 10th FIebruary next, oi
they will must assuredly ho compelled to pay co'ts
JIENNET PE~RRY, Adutor.
June 9 9me 22
F OR SALE 031 REIlT--Tho OFFICI
in the rear of the Court flouse it contain
two Rooms 20 feet square, and is well suited for
Lawyer or Doctor. Apply to the Subscriber.
OEO. A. ADDISON.
n. e c -81 48.
1858-.-FALL DRY GOODS--185
I HVE just opened a very large and elegat
MiWTAP'rC&3m an~xcl 3PANCO
Which comprises -verything in the trahil- as wel
as all that % netw and e e'nnt in .tyle, exc-i.Iit I
quality, andl Low iW P'rie,4.
They are detenninnil to niintaii their oll .an
well estiblished reputation ,.f
Fair Dealing and Moderate Prices
And would invi:e ill in starebn of 0001) GOODS
at 1.0W 110(111 , to give them a call at thei
ONE PRICE STORE.
BDed Blankets, Negro Blanketsq,
Negro Kerseys, Plains, Linseys, &c.,
And a large stock of all other Goods for Servants
wear, at the lowest possible prices.
And as our Rnle of Business is
ON E PRICE,
ANT) NO DEVIATION,
No one will pay over market price, as the rule
forces the seller to ask the lowest market price,
and protcts the buyer. Therefore,
If you wish Goods at low prices,
Go to BROOM s NORRELL'S.
If you like fair and open dealine,
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S
If you dislike a dozen prices for the same article,
and prefer "one price." -
Go to BROOM & NORRELL'S.
you don't like to he " baited' on one article,
and pay doubly en another,
Go to BROOM& NORRELL'S.
In fact, if you wish to buy cheap Goods, get good
value for your money, and traile where you will
like to udeal, and ie p'leasel tosend your friends,
Go to BROOM &NORRELL'S.
Angusta, Nov 9 tf 44
HEAVY OVER SACKS,
GENTS SHAWLS & BLANKETS,
COAT, PANTS AND VEST, TO MATCH,
FINE DRESS AND FROCK COATS,
PANT$ AND VF.STS,
Of every description.
FINN LINEN, COTTON AND MARS81LL5A
MERINO AND FLANNEL SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
Byron and Standing Collars, Sus
penders, Socks, Gloves, Ties,
Handkerchiefs, &c., &c.,
ALL FCR SALE LOW
J. M.NEWBY &CO.
Decc 1tf 47
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in -
BOOTS & SHOES,
Under the United States Hotel,
BEG.- to inform his friends and the public thai
h13le is just openingt one of the L ARGEST,
EST and CHIEA PEST Stocks of
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
37al.iue, Car-pet'E~agu, e~c
That lie has ever brotighit to A ugusta, selected
carefully from the Mlanufactutrers, personally, and
purchsed entirely for CA SH, which enables him
to of fer superior inducements to those wvho may
favor himt with a call.
5,000 Pair of Splendlid Plantation BR OGANS,
of very superior quality, exceedingly cheap;
10 Cases of very superior Hair Lined Water
Proof BOOTS, entirely new, and desirable for the
With a full assortmnent of Ladies and Mtisses
HEELED and UNHEELE~D GAITRS, SLIP
PE., B \SKINA, &c., &c., to all of whichI
would respectfully invite the attenit on of the pub
lie. IhENRY DALY,
NEXT DOOR TO GRAY A TURLE.
Augusta, Sept 29 tf 38
WKY H. TUTT,
WIOLESALE AN D RETARl
French, EniglIishI aniid Amuerica
D RU GS,
1%o. 3.8o, 'Eroac. troetr
A UGUSTA, GA.
B LU E S T ONE.
3.000 Lbs. for sale very lomw, by
WV. 11. TIJTT, Druggist,
180, Broad Street, Augusta.
LNSEED OIL, WIIITE LEAD, &t
500 (ballonts English Linseed Oil;
10,00) L bs. Purie White Lead ;
Clours of all kinils. For sale at very loi
figures, by WV. HT. TUTT, Diruggist,
No. 108l, Broad street, Augus.ta.
SPERM, WHALE AND LARD OIL
A large Stock always on hand and for sale low
by IV- H. TUTT, IDruggist,
No 108, Broad Street, Augusta.
The best artIcle known for making Soap-cheape
and better than Potash. For siale by
WV. H. TUTT, Drufgglt,
No 108, Broad street.
Augusta, Nov 1 f 48
1T I C E.--AlI persons having demand
Neni~inst the Estatei of Wi'liam Bawl, bate 4
Edgeieldl Distriet, dtecezwed, are hereby notifiedl t
present them prop~erly attesitd, on or before tlh
first day of January next, (It'59 ) And all person
indebted to said Estate, are requested to make pay
ment y the SA MUEL R AWL, Adm'or.
Nov. 24 4L* 46
N OTIC--Thie undersigned Intending tot
absent from the District for a abort time, ha
left his papers in the hands. of Mr. F. L. 8mitt
Any person wishing to pay him money can do
by calling on Mr. Smith, and by so doing will cot
fer a great favour. LEWIS JONES.
Edgefeld, C. HI., Dec. 1, 1858, 4t 47
'INAL NOTICE.-All persons having an
claimgs against the Estate ofi Simeon Mathi
deceased. are no ified that they must render thei
in by the i st October next, and those indebted mm
pay up by Rteturn-dlay, or the A'dminiitraitur will b
fored to place said indebtedne's in the hands of a
Attorney for collection. The Estate must be close
by the 1st October.
SIMPSON MATHIIS, Adm'or.
Ag. 4 tf 30
OTICE--Allpersons having claims again
the Esiate of William Logue, dec'd., ar
Ihereby requested to present them properly attesi
ed ; and all persona indebted to said Estate mu
make immediate payment.
B. H. YOUNGBLOOD, Adm'r.
Aug. U 32
WE HAVE RECEIVED OUR USUAL STOCK
Fall& Winter Goods
NEARLY EVERY ARTICLE
Usually kelpt for the tr.de.
M , Dt i ield to offl-r them at such prices as
I eniot fail to nir e mntistftion, we respectfully In
rvite Lh it;l at on ofi i lho- w1 who waint good bargains.
HILAND & BUTLER.
Ehei0eld, :et 27 tf 42
' HR E uhvcibers r. specfully anounce that
their St.ek of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods
Ia now compliclo The )RS i GOODS embraco
all the -w an fin-binnable tityl. io. The sTAPLIC
000) hav. been bought low and will be sold
1. R. SULLIVAN & CO.
Nov 11f 44
IN Store anl realy for inmpection a large Stock
of Georgia all wool P LA INS;
Lowell Mills PLAINS;
Phald LINSEYS, in every variety;
OSN A H URGS and Georgi-i STi'llES;
White and Colored Negro JILANKETS.
"r Will Ie sold cheap.
J. B. SULLIVAN & CO.
Nov In If 44
FALL AND WINTER TRADE,
E PENN, Agenst, would respectfully an
Snsounce to his customers and the public
generally that he has received his Stock of
FALL & WMTER GOODS. -
li. Stock is full :md complete, and has been
selected with great care, both in ,-tyles and prices,
and will r.ot fa-1 to give ENT'RE SATISFA>.
Ie feels grateful for the liberal patronage al
ready received, and solicits a continuance of the
same the proent, season, and -promises to do his
best to please all who may give him a call.
Nov 1 tf da
Ridge Land for Sale.
T HE Subscriber desirous of changing his place
T of residence, offers for sale his
VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION
Consisting of FIVE f1UNDRED ACRES, and
ying immediately onthe Columbia and Edgefeld
On the premises are a fine one story House, with
basement, and all necessary out building,-rall
new, Also, an excallentisel of water, a very an.
perlor Orchard ad V1inevard, consisting of a gret
variety of frits & Ana bi'dn, shml ,k*
Plantation in ins repalr,--overy Aeld 61inIt
now well painted gate. Plantation advantageouSly
Watered, &a., iec.
The weekly Columbia Banner will please
copy six weeks, and forward bill to this office.
Nov. 24, 1858 tf 4
26 7 A C RES.
Edgefield & Hamburg Plank Road,
THREE MILES FROM THlE VILLAGE,
Spma.11 Wcortion, Cleow-ett
REMAINDER WELL TIMBERED -AND WA'
- . U.. lYIIY.
Nov8 3'f 43
Land for Bale,
Tj'HE Subscriber, desiring to change his busi
Lness, offers for sale his TRACT OF L AND
containin'g Six Ilundred Aeres. On the
place is a good Dwelling House and all necessary
buildings'. Also, a good iSaw Mill. ~About 140
acres of this Tract arc cleared-7O of which are
fresh land. This tract is situate about 2j mailes
East of the Pine H ouse. I will take pleasure in
showing the land to anay one who muay wish to
purchase. ABSALOM 1U0RNE.
Sept 8 tf 85
riHE Firm of H. L. CUNNINGHAMi & CO.
Iwas dissolved on the 2nd inst., by mutual
consent. All persons having demands against us
will present them for paymient. All those indebt
ed to us are respectfully solicited to call and settle
as early as poissible, as further indulgence will not
be giicn.. .1H. L. CU.4NINGIIAM & CO.
Jlam burg, Aug 4, 1858.
To the Public,
HJAVING sold out our entire interest in the.
I.rmrs of H1. L. Cunningham & Co. to oar for
mer partner Mr. HENRY SOLOMON, we take
pleasure in recommending him to our old custo
m ers and friends. We are thankful for the liber..l
patrnage~ we have receivedl, andi solicit a continu
snee of the samte for our successor.
I IH. L CUNNINGR AM,
0. C CUNNINGllA~l.
Hamburg, S. C., Aug 4, '58. Omae
I1 UIRE MIS$0URI WINES.--Spark
I ing CAT AB \, CA BINE I', and other brands
of the Missouri Wine Company, can be had at
S. V. BOWF.RL4, Agent, llanmburg, who is the
sole Agent for that C'ompany.
Hfamburg, Sept I tf 31
T H E following compose the Court Martial to try
.the Defaiuhers of the EdlgeRseld Squadron for
the year 1853, and mill meet aS Edgefield C. H.,
on the first Monday in Janu-try next.
'Liut. Col. BA'iES, Presidlent.
Capts. TALas a-rnd W uvs, .and Lients. GAUL,
Sineo: and SMIru. Members.
EaLAsMUu S. MImI. Judge Adavocate.
By order of .1. F. IUlRISA.
Nov10 Col. 2nd Rleg't Cav.dlry.
r E wIll pay ONE CENT pr pound In Gash,
Vfor the MOTES that fi l under the Cotton
Gin, (and which have heretofore been considered
worthless) delivered at the Mill at Bath, S. C., or
at the Oflice in AuGusta, or at any depot on the.
s . C.ail Road. ihey may be sent by wagon,
if or if packed the Bagging and Rope will be re
"turned to the planter. Mark your name on each
abale. GEO. W. WINTER,
a A gent Bath Paper Mi:Is.
- Augta,G., Nov.9 3m 44 -
G OLDENW SYRUP.-l am receiving a
few Barrels Sugar Hlouse GOLDE~N SYRUP,
-a superior article for famIly use.
Also, new Cheese. Goahen Butter, Pickled BeA'
Sand Pork, Smoked Beef, Dried and Smoked
' Tongues, Canvassed Hams.
HabugOc . E . BOWERS, Agent.
Hamur, ct25tf 42
EXCUTOR8' NOTICE.-All persons
eIndebted to the EstateofkJohnl Jones, dec'd.,
pyup prompt,1y that the provisions of the will
atmay be complied with ; and all persons having
* demands against the Estate will please present
Sthem to the Executors Immediately, properl at
dtested. A. 3. -BAMMOND,)E'
SeptBW. G. ARR[S.
- AGS, RAGS --THREE CENIIper Lb.
at in Cash will be paid for all CleanLInens and
e Cotton Rags, delivered at the '-hPpe Kills,.at
- Bath, S.C.,or atanyNpotn als . .R'aload.
at The attention of Store-baepers and Pedharalas
1O0. V, WINTER
Augtnt.Ga.- awS 91