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:;' We are authorized to announce Gen. M.
L. BONHAM a candidate for election to the Con
Other papers in the Congressional District are
requested to copy.
Jl-The Friends of EDWARD NOBLE, Esq.,
beg leave to announce him a Canaidate to repre
sent the Fourth Congressional District in the
Oct 9 tf 40
For the Advertiser.
To the Voters of the Fourth Congres
Col. JOHN A. CALIIOUN. of Abbeville, is a
Candidate for the Congress of the Confederate
States. Ilis high-toned moral character, mental
qualifications and political antecedents for the last
thirty years, in opposing the usurpations and cor
ruptions of a tyrannical and rotten Government,
leave no record behind of which he need be
ashamed, and no suspicions of unfaithfnlness to
his State, which require argument to remove.
His immediate friends and neighbors, then, cheer
fully commend him U you as a worthy recipient
of your support. GREENWOOD.
10- WF are authorized to announce Dr. R. C
GRIFFIN a Candidate for Congress at the elec
tion in November.
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD
Comm'rs of the Poor
FOR EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
To His Honor, the Presiding Judge of the
Court of Common Pleas and General &s
sions for Edgefield District,-Fall Tern,
The Board of Commissioners of the Poor for
Edgefield District, beg leave respectfully to re
port: That there are at this time Four Lunatic
Paupers in the State Lunatic Asylum at Columbia
chargeable to the District, viz : Sarah Foster. An
sabel Morgan, F G. Freeman antl Lovy WVever.
That Forty-one different Paupers have received
benetits from the Poor funds of the District du
ring the year. We have sent one to the Lunatic
Asylum, viz : Will:atu Youngblood ; sent three
to School to the Downer Institute, viz: Wilson
Franklin, Jases P. Turner and Jacob Turner.
Two Lunatic Paupers, William Youngblood and
Henry Gallman have been cured and left the
Asylum. Two have been brought back from the
Asylum to the Poor House. vii: Wintey liender
son and Nancy Mays. Seven have left the Poor
hlouse during the year of their own accord, who
have either been euredl or have recovered, Tiz:
Kate Norris, John T. Norris, Winney Henderson.
John Croner, Robert Turner, Sarah A. Turner ani
Mary J. Turner.
There are Twenty-five Pa;upers at this time re
maining at the 'ooir Ileu-e. viZ:
1. Sally Poluty, aged tt years.
2. Nancy May::s, aged 57 years. idiotic.
3. Naney Rue, aged 51.1, idiotic.
4. Sarah Plimale, aged :!9. dctormed.
5-. Wesiey Plimale, age'l 19. idiotic and deaf.
t.. Mar;; Wilson, aged 3-l. destitute.
Susan hjltes, aged 53,
S. L.vis liehes, aged 28, idiotie.
.9. Eli:.a hllltand, ageol 2:1 defo rmecd.
10. Fred artin, aged 11, epileptic.
11. lE:lizabeth Turnage, aged SS.'.hlInd.
12. Tide:ua: llawls, aged 82. unlhieted.
:. Sa.uan Cheatham. aged ::9, idiotic.
1-. .;i-,iah Swindle, aged 47. atllicted.
15. Mary Timtnerman, aged 26, destitute.
14. Wil-iam Timnmerman, aged 5, destitute.
17. Elizabeth Tiumeruman, age-l 1, destitute.
1:. William Clairke, aged1 1, atullicted.
9. Ans-n 3obIley. aged t7. aillieted.
2:. E iz.ibeth .J ones, aged 6, eripple.
21. Ei.:abeth G ritiith, aged 24, destitute.
S2 a iu psi;n Bland. age.l 56. atilie.'.
24. Benj.iuin Franklin, age-l 75. t.lind.
25. -- triulith, infan't born at P'. 11., destitute.
The tract of Lind bielonging t., the Poor lliuse
contatins Twvo hundred and ninety-seven (297)
acres, (the titles well secured, all re .r ed,.i ii,.
Clerk's oiice.) about '0 acres o.f whwni are itu cul
tivation in Oats. P'otatoes, Corn, Peas. &c.. worked
entirely by the Paupers, such as are able to work
at times : and by the good management of our
excellent Steward, Mr. Lewis hlerliong, the piriim
is fidr for a tolerably good crop. Also, there
pentginlg to the place two 31aes, a smill Stock
Cattie aud Ilogs. 'The builings are all in
~lerably good repair. The chief object of the
Doard has been to render the Paupers coumforta
ble and happy at the least possible expense to tlie
Dlistrict : and the Board flatter thiemselves that
in performance of their duty they have tact been
surpassed by any forrume Board of C.,m:uis-ioners.
We beg leave farther to report. That the Beard
have reenutly ascertained that F. Ii. Frteman,
now in the Lunatic Asylum as a Lun:atie Pattper,
ebargeable to the District for near the last tw-elve
years, is seized and possessedl of, in his ow rnght.
an estate in the hands of a Guanirdian amply sufli
cient to pay all his expenees att the hiu:mtic Asy
1um; and for that purpiose~ the Comtssioners of.
the Poor have filed a bill in the Court if Equity
against the party concerned. ti) recover thte saune.
Also, that Anson M1obley, now a P'auper nt the
P'oor Ifouse, bas an Estate cotming to him of iirigi
nally about eight hundred dollars. by the death oh
his daughter Caroline 3Mobley. late ofi Edg.e-neld
Distric:, which is in the hands of Dr. 31. W. A .,
lacy, her Gtuardiani. The Board of Comm::iseioners
would respectfully ask that the Court would direct
them the piroper course tu pursue in reference to
For a mirnute account of Receipts and Disburse
mients, we refer your .Ilonor to a report of the
Treasurer, and his vouchers, herewith respectful
J0IIN P. 3MICK LER, Chair'n.
A. JTosi:s, Sce'ry.
A. Jones. Trcasurcr,
Is AccouNsT Cenints-r wrrn -na-: Boan or
Cousaisstossas or -ratr Poon totn Enti::u:LPn Dis
-rate-r, rntost 1st Ocr. 1860u TO lsr Ocr.18$61.
To balance on handl lst Oct. 18601, 8l,421.7d
To. amnt. received of T'. Dean, TIax Col
lector, it being 4 per cent. on the
General Tax after the Tax Collectiir's
commissions are taken off. $1, 157,2-1
Less by commuissions for re
ceiving at 21 per cent. 29,14
Whole amount of funds for the year, $2,s 1s,5G
Oct lii Pai.l A. 0. & T. J. Teagune, medi
cal account, $14.60
" 2i " 11. Daly, atccountt fr shoes, 19,8
". ': " Ilumond .t Lark. groceries. I16l1,95
S24 " lE. '.. Ilor t, Treatsuurer Lunatic
Dec 18 " itamiamoud & Lark, groceries, 28,55
Feb 10 " James Bo'ithc, carrying pau
per to Poor llouse, .3,50
Mar 4 " Sinkins, Durisoe & Co., print
ing report, 10l,00
" " WV. Prescitt. carrying pauper
to Poor llouse. 3,00
i 4 " Johin Sh:..s, i.-k wv-k. 14.1
"5 " E. P'~ nn,A;-:-t, :nereh-i mdize, 81.811
" I " L. 0. L,,vehess. :o-e. 4.72
"21; " 3. 31. Long, fir whe.it, 10law
Apr a; " 1t. J. Smith. bil:i sha'I wnrk. .
"12 Hlatumiond A L-:rk, gro.eri--i, I ..i"
31i.y 6 " J. 5!. Ito iitn. m::reh:indizee, 17.l2
in --t. II. 51ar..a I. for corn. .0
" I1l " P'adgett A Cr.d t*r., grioceriies, ,;u.8l
.12 a ...lones. liat il t:itur, 1li.ii
per~ to Poor hllou~e, 5.111
June 1 " S. firiwn for i:,rt. 25,ui
S7 " E. it. liert, Tiea.-urer Lu:.utie
Asyl uma. Sl"l -l
"7 -' A. Jones. f.r whot. -1
Jul li '' Padge' &~ C:.ifon, erocris, lot1
"II I 0. 11. 5t ar.-bai!. fr ciru. l19.Ia
to Poior llouse, :i, li
" 22 " Wtllis Jones. atciout for Ser
vices rendlered, 5,Mt
Sept "W. ii. A bicy, ciinveying fiiur
hPaipers to Pooir II ace, . 5.i00
" 2.4 " J dimu n it for beef. 1 t, I
"21 I Lewis Ilerhirig. exl.ene~es to
Acylea. .t--. 11.011
" 2 l " 51lry. E. llrlni, utting~ andi
se winig fir P.: iter?, I t.l02
.21 " 31rs.Si iv.0le, i'tkife, 3.ull
Landi De]d 2.2:5
" 2.1 " Le-.. i< lie er'wn Stewi rd, wa- -:i*t
1 '0 "lr.. 3t1t. :'rt', neuntme, I.
Ad cotmmiscions for paying out at 2 pr e. - , la
Wsi~Ie ,mount tpimd outt, S2,2ls.9l1
Bailance in the hands of the Treasurer, 5791,95
A. JONES. Treas'r.
Oet 2:; II .1:
Whitomlb's Asthma Remedy,
Aer tain cure for Asthma, for sale at
0. W. ak J. l. JIODGES.
nt 1, 1$6 na If
No Mistake This Time !
To the Managers of Elections for
Y OU will le required to open the polls of each
precinct in this District on WEDNE.SDAY
the 6th day of November next, for MEMBER TO
CONGRESS from the Fourth Congressional Dis
trict, and keep them open on that day only, he
tween the hours of 9 A. M. and , P. M. You will
proceed to counts the ballots at 4 P. M., and en
close them in a box or package, endorsed with
the name of the box, and send them with a certi
fied certificate of the number polled, to Edgefield
Court House, by 3 P. M. on the day following, by
one of the Managers.
E.. W. S1BELS,
Chairman of the Board.
Oct It 41
State of South Carolina.
..tfi- ' A..w:r -" .:
ConraIssAn'r Gainet.'s )rAnTI.u-T S. C.,
Charleston, Oct. 3, 1S611.
T IE GREAT SCARCITY OF BACON AND
SALT DEEP, two ,:r'ie'les u'ually depended
upon for the supply of ainitmll food for troops,
has induced this Department to, seek some substi
tute; and the attention of the people of thi. State
is earnestly directed to the sul.jcct, and their co
PRESERVED AND COMPRESSED DEEP
is used extensively in the French Army, and i<
an alnirable substitnte for Bacon and Salt Beef,
pessessing many 'advantages over them. being less
than one twentieth part of the weight and bulk,
which is a great consideration, is easily cooked and
Any information as to the process of preparing
and preserving and comnpressing meats, will be
tlally received at this otlice.
E:inates are desired for furnishine largegnan
tihsso PIt ESE tVEl) t nd COM I'tSS ED BEEF,
ter JERKED BEEF, and1. al: , SALT llimF.
JOSEPH W. LKER,
Comaissary Generul South Carolina.
Ot 1 It 41
List of Letters
REMAI NINtI in the Post Ollice fir the qunr
ter coding the ?.l0th Seltember 1.I1. Persons
calling for letters in this list will lease say Ad
Adams, J F Jones, Mr.
Ahney, W H1 Kecp. A
.\dkins. T Kitehings, P
Ashell, Rev A Lamar, T 0'
A mecr. .1 Lonstrcet, Dr A P
Ahner. 'J Leis, Goody 2
Innks. J Like. Mrs S A
l i:tler. 11 Leach, J A
lii.uknight, P Lot, L
l Meoth, Mrs II Liblek ins, A .1
l.nknight. C 31 .criwetler, Li J
~t;~ 11 Mv 1:rrain. MIrs E
iknrt-in. 1 11 Miller, Mrs R
i!aisoe, .T Morris, . 1
I..dlie. bliss E Morri, W 11
::ruett. . C Martin, Mrs E
limid, A McDaniel. S
~levelar.d. J' pTLotedsn. 1 B
Conley, Mrs E Miens, W 1)
Corby, Mrs J Ne3anes, Mre F
Cearth', 31is 31 actam,
C.nolly. Mli-s 31 F Mc3anis t;
Cruger. ili M M3rgan. P
Cdlcy, Mr Neepier, MissM
Cillcre-se, Norris, W 11
c.iwfordl, :e!i-s Mr R~ ir
:;nnken. .\iss 31 N.ri 1M
i-an, Thos<6 r[~ lls r
l,*en. S 8ir.Ms
)eaen, T Oet,1
Dunkley, M L 'le. 2
E waruds, WV1r 't r
acieks. .Ilrs L
Feean, 3liss E 1r-,t.W1
Fr.3Irs C 3!1 lcce.1
G ree, .1 ilc,.
ireen, Ms31 Elelan,~
inrnomi, 3a E S itnt.-r
I etho, c ' '' c.R3
luie.w:v 'K r .IIv,
Hill, B R "eh
larlnlg, WV J1 "e.I
larlndl. . 2 ~ u* es
lIneghes, .J S ~ ice,.
lthe--ec, W ieeernen 1I
illuln, 3Mrs 11 I ecer
ill, F Ie le,3
it,r. lbv E W i e.Ms
ll,rn, .1 e v
il-rling, :eIis J Weciw
.Ieees. .Ies Vee
h.ies, I)r Wa:!e V ,ir.3r .I
.lhnson, 3Miss $ ilnas e
ies. C a:.1L2
.Icohns.sn, M~rs 31 Wl:
A.tchinS, P. 1
lic diectd, wLpewies , oody atIdg
ichlCour Houe. L-: te. irec 31Selc A i ev
OeeeNctreewai'" ark" herieter,3 o Ltl e
LEoriS, JONS,3a1 e
State of Stn arolina
(;ics . ien, .epicaetan 1~a
Nes.anus. i iot
Preelrick rgleand rg ar,P
tendothrs, leNeaier J19-3
DY a orer romtheOrnri, W sllpred
.1) tonell t EdNebele . I nte fiStM
ingTw Hudrd 21)1):tres ce eerles.(e
ese.Tile etict LWiSck JNS ~za
Ohit1tn :n. 41r .
C~celieet & Ii W:elnee.e R 3
jan5 lc.nr Tiiceee:Seigli er~iuhi ie
l~e~.eiIel Vieit fthies Stl' linetcc
WA arlaw.F ea.eC.
i'eiees i'cl' Ith' W erti t. .il (' lv si.
h:.Ai:leMcii ~ ImWiiatu(s.et C W iel~
PYi'ite t r eundryl rimtsFier'i,.' Fneite
..r mleire ceii~ w ill oe etcr el aii dge
nexnt, r he , Je flwing pro erty.nteo foloin
ea e eswit: et' ote :~~~eetDeee
L. W.tile oevseei llenry IhearadJes e Iccvcg eenrt,
Oncegtroi ma'" Lark"e prouerty t oflmsn the De
Or.Pdgt JAs A.h P.A3Ia, l ee gey
For Cash Only.
T HE Subscriber will sell his Goods from this
date, us above mentioned. T. ROOT.
0et s, 15tiI. 2t 40
State of South Carolina,
Geo. B. Mills, Adam'or., etal.
BY Virtue of an order of the Court in this case,
I will proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
.onse on Mondsy the 4th November next, the
fallowing Real Estate of Dr. W. W. Broadhurst,
dec'd., via :
ONE TRACT OF LAND containing Sixty
ares, more or less, on n hieh are fine improve
ments, making it one of the most desirable resi
dences in ldgeteld DIhtrirt, ,ituate in B.reeh
Island on lontjoy's Branch. natjaining lands of
Mre. Mary Oardncr, James 'anton, M. A. Mills
T R.l1MS.--Snll on a crelit of one, two and
three years, with interest from day of sale, ex
ept as to so much as may be necessary to pay
costs of suit which must be paid in cash. The
purchaser to give bond with at least two good
suretica, to secure the purchase money, and pay
for titles extra.
Z. W. CA R WILE, e..R.
Comin'r Ollice, Oct 7, 1861. 4t .10
State of South Carolina.
D. F. Ouzts and wife,
John C. Shafer et al.
Y Vtue of an order of the Court in this case,
lI will proceed to sell at E.lgefteld C. It., on
Mondliy the -Ith Novetaber next, the following
Real Estate of Win. Shafer, dee'd., viz
ONE TRACT OF LAND, situate in the Dis
trict of Edgetield, adjoining lands of Thomnas F.
Williams, Simeon Tinmernan, John C. Shafer
and others, containing Three hundred and three
acres, nore or less.
TER3f.-Sold on a credit of twelve months,
with interes.t fron day of sale, except as to so
munh as may Ie necessary to defray the cost-, of
this suit, which mnst be paid in cash. Purcha
sers will be required to give bond with at least
two good sureties to secure the purchase noney,
and pay for titles extra.
Pcssession given n< soon ns the growing crop is
guth,:redl. Z. W. CA1 RWILJE. c.t:.e.n.
Cutom'rs. Office, Oct. 7th; 1861. 4It -t)
State of South Carolina,
|N COJI.tIOY PLEA..
R.. 3. Fuller,
es. F 1orrup, Attachmnt.
Samuel It. Fuller.
iE 1'iaintifl in the above stated case, having
1 this day filed hii declaration in my otfice, and
the Defundiant having neither wife nor Attorney
known to reside within the limits of this State,
in whom copies of said leltratioan with rules to
plead can be servedl, On motion of Messrs. Ahney
k Wright, Plaintifls Attorne)a., Ordered that said
l.?:fnaant atplpeatr and plead to s.til declaration
within :a year and a day from the 'late hereof, or
:ial and absolute judgment will be given against
him. S. HARRISON, c.c.r.
Clark's Office, October l1t 18111. elyq 40
State of South Carolina,.
, Y fUU.tI.10 PLEA.
Aaron A. Clark, )
..-Forign A ttcahmenf.
Sanuel it. Fuller.
111E Plaintiff in the above stated case, having
this day filed his declaration in moy oflice, and
uic Defetndaant hav ring neit'er wife nor Attorney
known to reside within the limits of this State, on
whiom copies of said declaratijzi with riles to
oalad can be servel. On lisoti' 'f Messrs. Abney
. Wright. Pliaintiar's Attorneys, Orlerel that said
itlerentinnit alppear and ple~ad to said IDeeluraition
rithin a year a nd a day from atat date here, or
itanmlarnd aibsolute jud:ine::et will lie given again.-t
am. S. D.\tItiN, c.a:.a-.
Ci.'rk's Olliee, OC..her 1 '. bid. ely.j140
State of' South Carolina,
15 Ct.L'| Li P L i...
Atarona A. Clairk, )
sj'q1 E lain t i:f. ini thme a beve st::tedl eise, havi:ag
thilas day tilad i s deraratio n i ai ilire, and
aiu lDefena.ent having ai-a.lr wifea Ilor Aa'torney
kn.,wni to reside..ihi' thea limaitsof thmi< Stan', tan
.nbot coies efr aid Declaratica with rules gui
1adenda cat hec served, Oat tuotiaon af . esrs. Ahn~aeya
I. Wright. l'haitintl' A atorneyrs, trdere~d thaat s.a Id
wihin a yezar :ana d asy tri the date haernaof, or
iaal anid aiahalte judgmenat will ba.- givena aguinict
lmn. s. II. u:l I SDN, C-e a'.
Clea'k's (tllie. I eat..berr 1ha, i M' I. elyg1 4t
III El lt Y foarewairn til persans friam tradling
faor ai Nte give-a by m,: to J1esse Couchl faar
Lwaa Iutired 1t:11) doahars, due :ae day tatter
i:t, anal ated aa~ ina Naieernher Ia.'I t conasidearai
tian f.>r which 2:tid1 Niate w..s ivena b::s Ifail,
ada I am determaineda aa t tu pay at unh:.- ra
peltedl by hiw. JTULIl:S SATUlIIEli.
Red Oak Grove
SOLD)IERS' AU) ASSOC'A ION
Ti lE riLa.iaf this A's~itioaan are plare ad
toa MAKI EUP ( Alt3MENTlS for the Sevenath
Kegiament of Ssuath Cado:m Vaolunteaers. Caon
tributiaans. either in aiaoaey or aanteri:il, left uit the
store of liainnonad & -Laark, llaimnburg, will ho
prouptly foarwaardedl anid thiankfully :acknoaawledg'ed
Mrs'. T. iA li It E TT,Pr'.
Mrs. J. Ul'1EY, Yiee l'ree't.
Oct 1.3t -
Fudopt the CASil SYST EM ENTIlRELY in
ay businies in the future. Andai no work fromn
this date will be delivered front ny Shop. to
frienda or fuae, without thaie CASlU. I uow deter
mined ta do nao other business. I.A R
Oct 1 tf 3
State of South Carolina,
B Y W. F. DUli180E, Esqj., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Jlaaes A. .fennaings has applied to me
fr Letters of' Adut'inistraati'n, en all an td sinatfm
the gooal anal chaattles, rights end credits of T1hos.
L. Tucker. late of the District afoaresnidl, dee'd.
These arc, therefore, to cite nd admnonish all
and st~tgitlar, the kindred anad creditors of the said
deceased, to be and appear before me, at our next
Ordinary's Court for the said District, tot be holden
at Edgetiehld Ctourt HIouse, on the 22d day of Oct.
inst., to ebhow eause, ir any, why the said admiin
iatratiotn shaould not be grantaed.
Giron under any haand nnad reaa, thaiC 8th day of
October, in the yevoar af aaur Lo'rd one thoutsanda
eighat hunadredl and sixty.one, natal in tae eighaty
sixth year of tie Iandepenadentea aof Saoith Caroiaa.
I et 1I - 2te 41
State of South Carolina,
BY W. F. DUll [80E, Esqg., COrdinniry of Eadge.
B ieldl District.
Whlereaas. ID. P'. Sell' hats tapphlied to talc fair Let
trs oft Admaiinistraioia, ali :ah tntil singiulair the
goaidsl andl chattles, right s anad craitits ad S. F.
hBallardi, lathe if the lhi-tric't aafareasid, dlee'd.
lThe.si. aire, therefo.re. toa cite and admtnjish aill
,uai -iingnaar, to kini.ired'a anda ceitoairs oif thec
sitai dcensedito bi le tand aphpenir befoire uate, at iaur
next Ordinaary's Couart foar the sail District, to be
hiahleniati 1 Nd~.getield Couart Iliatuse, oan the 21st daty
of' metiober iniat., lio shoiw enn-iea, if any, why thte
s id'admtaintistrat iaan shouaald not, lie granted.
G iet unde Ir mny hatal anal seaal, this 7th day of
Otobe~a.r. int the year oif ouar Lordl onae thiauistad
ightt hnre i andtri sixty-atti, atnda in that eighty
sixth year aof the indepeandencale of Saaith Ca ria.
W. F'. D I:ht180E, o.t:..
"et, it 2t e 41
State of South Carolina,
;.V (t|i lNA INJ Y.
B Y W.. F. lii' I[81:, Etsq.. Ordinary of Edlge
W~hierense. Z. W. Catrwile, C. E. E. D.. has ajp.
plti tiCm for L,:tters of Adin aaaistratiaon, aon all
nil -inauhlaar then giiaads aindi ehtattles, rights andia
irdaita aaf Cairolinec V. Maibley, late of the District
Thaese mre. therefoire, tai cite anda atdtmonish all
atal singutlatr, thme kindiread unad creditors of.the
aiad deceas~ed, to lie anid uppear bsefiare mae, at our
next Ordiniary's Ciourt for the saidl District, fto ha
hhlein at Edgefleld Court House, on thu 21st dlay
Iof Novetiahar tnext, to show cauase, if any, why thme
saiad admlatinistrnation shlouldh noat lie granotedl.
Givena unmder mya~ hand anal seal, this 1 0th aay
o f October, in the yeaar of outr Lordl otto thotusand
eight hunamdredl anal sixty-ne, and in the eighty
sixth year of time Indepaeaulaneof Sithtl Carolina.
W.F. DUItISQE, 0.E.tS.
Ont 10 ~iln 41
State Normal School.
WILL BE RE-OPENED ON MON- S
DAY, ith Otoher. Admission will be
maIl during the month of Utober,
and fr->n the I t to the 8th J.anary,
1 62. Sugolh young ladiea ntr may re
quire aid in paying their hoard and traveling ex
penses, nhould procure the re'omtnmendation of any
one of the members of the Le,'islatnre from their
District, and apply to the Secretary at. Charles- ce
ton. Arrangements are made that. the names of
such as receive aid shall be known only to the
Chairman and Secretary of the hoard.
The following are the requisitions for admit
. The candidlates must he o-er fourtoen and un
der twenty-five years of age, of good moral char
aeter, ani in sound bodily hearlth.
II. They niust he able to pass a =atifaetnry ex
nuination in English Grammr, Mental and Writ
ten Arithmetie, Ilengraphy, and the Ili'tory of
the Co:tfederate an.l t'iaited ;tate.t. In Engli.lh
Grammrtr the ranlidate. mtut he able to parse ~
readily and correctly any ordinary English prose,
giving the dellition of the parts of speech, their IS.
properties. and the rnle:: f..r their c'onstructio'n. re
In Written Arithmetic, the candidates must le
thoronghly famillitr with all the rules usually Et
treated before " Interest;" close examination will
be made as 'to the pupil's knowledge of the tuke
if tll kinds, which are made use of in Simple and
Compound Nunbaers, and the proce for finding no
the tiroatest Common Ijivisor and Least Common Et
The examination in Geography will lae princi- -
pally contined to that of the Western Ilemisphere !
In history special attention will he given to the
Colonial History of the American States.
The candidates must write a fair hand, and
road and spell respectably in any ordinary Eng
lish prose or poetry.
III. They must declare their 'desire to make
themselves competent as Teacers in this State.
IV. Each Applicant shall present on the first
day of the termt, a certifcate, signed by at majority gi
of the Delegation from the Election District in w
which she resides.
E. MONTAGUE GRImKE,
Secret.try C. F. S.
October th. 2 41.
T HE Regular Exercises of this Institution will
be resamel on the 23d of Septembur 1801.
The whole Course taught in the Academy em
bruces the Cle ,'iu.s and Mathematics, as well its M
all the branches of an English education.
No charge made for the Study of the French
L'nguagte. This ltguagc will be spoken in the an
family of the Principal, and will be exacted of b3
Students from abroad may be heorded in the D
family of Principal' No Pupil residing with the
Principal will be allowed to visit the business por
tians of the City without permaission.
Quarterly reports will be sent to Parents or -
Board and Tuiion, $300 per annum, payable
Day Scholars in English Department per quar
ter, $11. A
Day Scholars in Classical Department per quar
ter, $l5. P
Quarter consists of Eleven Weeks.
Vn-ationat ates from 15th Anguet to 1.t October
JAMES L,. RU)SSitiNO., Principal.
Sept 21 tI' 38
Edgefield Female College
T HIE Exercises of this Institution will com
mence again on Monday the 16th inst.
The Teachers will be the inme as heretofore, on
with the exception of Mr. ROItEET J. GWALT
N EY, whose place will be supplied by his sister, TI
Miss MATTIE GWALTNEY. No Teacher has
ret been employed in the Department of Music;
ut, should the natumber of Pupils justify, the
services of one will be itumediately engaged.
Patrons are assured that the School, as long as the
kept up, will be conductedi as efficiently as hero- th
ot-ore. There is every reason why, at this time,
ur Female School should go on as usual. This l
an be done even thionagh ma~ny oaf us still ntre wa
ulled to arms. We hatve a tnummtter aof Sothearn 2tt
adie', tnot noaw emptlloyeda. whto are fully qualifiedl la
o utake gaood Teachers. Let such cuter our Fa- |
n.ie School~s; and, if need~a be, taike thte etire me
-abrge at themta. The. alhay has com::e whteu the ta,
Sutth mamst eduentte tmore tho~rougliy hter datugh- I
tera. We wantt no nmara, Tcenebers friom the Naorth,. wi
'he struggle is for So'acio/ no less than P'olticaal its
[andleenence. The ajne, bey the htclp of Godaa, wre
an conquecr with the swford ; thte oter, we must
ecomplisht by self-reliantce, initelligenice and vir
u. Parents ! mtany er your brave sous anti
roters are int our Artmy, to reain we know a.t
ow long. Edueaate, thten, your daughtters, that tlio
hey may it turn educeate the next generation. thi
For intformationt refer to Cataloigue, which will tia
l sent uplott atpplicatiaon. alt
JOIIN IL. GWAL.TNEY,
Edglield C. HI., S. C. .a
Sept 7 tf lii
" Georgia Nursery,"
Ner Augusta,~ Ga.,
BY FLEMiNG & NELSON.
fa usrieso ierfr sale a. tjno lot ofT
ting itn hiat aaf
20,(000 APPLE TREES, one anal two
Ins4. ittnd fromt tive toa at:httteela.l.h. nmunetg
wtih ;ue sixty oft th-: be'st Saouthert a vaities.
1-,,00t0 PE-ACiI T REES, e-ne ye-ar iltd, I
'f very thrifty growthi, tarty varie i-s oif which
i3'ctn in Sutcce5siaon frtam enrly June fto Ntvetmber.
5,000 PEAR TREES, thirty varieties,
ll of whaebt tare ont Quinee riots. T}
15 varieties of PLIt'M$, ripenting in succession
rugh the ,ttumer. Alsat. APItICOT8, NEC
VAINE$, A LMNS FIGt; ilLAI'1 CU'T
lNt;l. S'tAwl.:[Tiy PLANTS, ASP'AltA
t;US R00,TS, A.,~ Ae. Ever blooming l!0SEtS f
atnd Ornamental Shiruabbery. u
Oar TRE ES will comtpare favaorabaly with thtos ant
of any Southtlern Nursery, anid we will sell as cheap it
as any of thetm. We' tatke grcat enire in pa:ckimg hig
them' in Maase and Stratw, sam thait they inny' be liut
:ipped safely to anty patrt of the Sothtern Stiates, de
Dsriptive andl Prico Catalogues sent gratis to of
dl aplidicants, Address th
FLEMING & NELSON, ot'
Augushta, Ga. lhu
Otober 8th .Im. 40 wi
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STATE OF~ SOUTIH CAl TOLINA,.)
ExucL'trty Dr.r'.an'ut~r, July 0, 180h. J
A CCORIDING to Anm Act of thte Confederate
Congress, entitled " An Act to put into ope
ration the Gov'ernmnent utnder the pertmanentt Con- N
,titutiont oaf theo Co.nfetdetnto .9late of Amnertean,
it i required that, each state shall v'ote tan thter
first W~ednaesday itt Novembaer ntext, fair Presidlent
anl \'ice President of thte Coanfedlerate Statec5,
whiht oiileers are to be inautgurated on the twenty
se'nda mof February next, tndap
WER EAS thme existing law of the State pro
vies thaat the Electmors fair P'resident ttnd Vice
President aall lie aappaointedl by3 thec Legislature.,'
anda whtereas, the Legislature of this Statte will nut a
ae in regular sessiatn at thte tiute prescribedi by
the afiresaid Act, foar appointtment of Electors,
rTerfore, lhe it kmnowu that T, }'. W. PICK- -
ENS, Governoar in anda mayer the St.atn of Soumth
Caurlitt, lay virtute of thme power vestedl itn tae by
tme Conatstitutionm, ntthorizing thte Governor, ont ex
traardiairy moccasionas, to conveone thte Genearn!l As
semlly, doa issano thtis, mty PR~OCLAMATION,
alalitg unand tmequesting the Sentators anid the
mteers aof thte Houjse of lterresenttatives to con
vena in Colamblia on the first Mondaty in Noavemn
b~r net emnsming, that they tmy be present ini the
louse of' lteparesetatitves ton the said first Wednies
day in Novemuber, to appolinit Electaors of Presi
dent anal Vice Presidlent of the Confedlerato States
(f A merica, itt conformtity vwith the Act of the Cutn
federate Congress aforesaid.
As the permanent Government is to be orgatn
iza, tnt electiaon will he requtiredl of two Senataors
frai thIs State. anad also, in till probability, coin
siaderig the peculiar State oaf the coauntry, other 1
imprtantt mattlers will lie actedl on at the saute
sassin of the Legislature,.e
Givnt undaer imy htatnd and the seal of the Stalto
aforesaid, at Coluumbia, this thme sixth alay of C
July. itt the year of our Lord, one thousandt
cightt hunmdred aind sixty-onte, anad ini the cightty- g
itht y'ur eat thbe lflaeendttoe mf time State oaf
South'Caralina. IF. W. P ICK ENS,
1a.c I1. Mitas, Stacretary oaf State.
July 17, 1861. tw ttm. 28. it
N OTICE.--AIl persontsindebted to the Es
taste of Washtintgton Wise, dlee'd., are request
ed to comte foarwardl tad settle the claimms againtta
then; antd all those havinig deniands against said
Eta'te, are atlso requested to presetnt them propjer
ly attestedfor payment.
1H. A. SHAW 'YI1 cig hzr
WV. S. WVISE. Acin E's
J. E. MUSE,
URGICAL AND MECIIANICAL
3 Permanently looted at Edgetill C. II.
Oti-eu in t'pp.r North It.,.m in oilsj. 1. S.
exmii ' Residencee, formerly Nicholas' Hotel.
All o.perations guarantied. The best of rerfren
s given if necessary.
For Gold Filling; .............................$2,00
r " " Extra size.............. 3,00
" Tin " ............................. 1,00
Extracting Tenth........................ 1,00
" Full Setts of Teeth, upper and
loor, on best Gold PIr :e.........200,00
full sett.:, upper anud lowi r. ou
Cheopla le 3[1ta.............. 15t,0tt
" fall arti, on :ilver Plate............ 80,00
Tiy it . f
.71-Wr. are anulhori:ed by many frien.la of Col.
lIARtRTS(N to ann''unce him a candidate for
eleeli.on to the effi.'e of Clerk of the .'onrt for
April 17 tf 15
p The friceds of JACKSON COVAR an
unce him a Candidatu fur Clerk of the Court (
egficld District, at the next election.
April 23, 1861 16 Atf
11droniz Southern MecIanics
Vatch Maker & Jeweller,
A IK EN, S. C.,
3 prepared to exeeute all work entrusted to him
with neatness and dispatsh, and warrant to
re satisfncti.on. Chrystals and ilands titted to
itches, Hair neatly Plaited in Lockets, Pine, &c.
p-Cash paid for old Gold and Silver.
July . ly 26
'ARDINER & RUSSELL
(Succassons TO GARDINEft & Moons,)
W a1ehouse anid Commission
cINTOSIH STREET, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA,
V ILL give their personal attention to the
V STORAGE and SALE OF COTTON,
d such other Produce as may be sent to them
their friends and the Planting public.
z.CASHI ADTANCES MADE ON PRO
UCE IN STORE.
JAS. T. GARDNER,
W. D. RUSSELL.
Augusta, Sept. 11 Gm 38
HEIu CH1ARLESTON MERCURI,
A POLITICAL, COMMERCIAL,
ND LIrER ARY NEWSPAPER,
i.TII uED DAILY AXD TRI-WEEKLY.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TERMS--CASH, IN ADVANCE:
tILY MER.CURYI, for 1 year - - - 510.00
" " for 6 months - - 5.00
" " for 3 months - - 2.50
For less than three mouths, $1 per month.
Newspaper Dalers and Retail Agents supplied
LI-WEEKLY MERCUJRY, for 1 year - $5.00
" " for 6 months 2.50
i " for 3 months 1.25
Por loss than 3 months, 50 cents a mounth.
ROM THIS DATE, no subseriptions out of
city will be reecived unless accompanied with
OSTMASTE1RS are authorized to act as our
.ulu.r Agents in obtaining subscribers and for
rding the :no.ney. for which they will be allowed
per cent. commi5ssion; only, however, when
it ini udennele.
uscriber' desiring their paplers changed, must
ution the Post tOtieu from, as wiell as the one
wl~ieh thtey desire the eb~ango to lbe made.
kentlemnen get tingr up tClubis .f 5, itt, 2t or snore
, bo supplied at 20 Cer centt. less than Regula:r
ADVE RTISINtG RATES,
frlET .'. EC(UIJY h~as no0w the largest circula
I of any paper in the State, and is second in
5 respeet to lbut few papers in the Sooth ; it
refore ofiers great ndilvantages to bunsiness linen
1 others, whose interests retinire publicity.
)NE St/ UA It l of 13 lines, solid Nontiareili,
:1 insertion, 65 eents, and for each additional
03MMUNICATIONS of personal interest will
charged as advertising inatter.
)rdlers Irtiut without the city to publish Adver
incunts. Marri.:ga Notiees or Obituaries, will
bte attended toi unless the enish, or an acceplta
eity reference, accotupany the order.
:r~ Un aill ills of $5U and over, 2t) per cent.
ciunt is alowed.
gs- South Carndina flank Bills taken in pay
iit for subscription to the Miercury.
hareston, JTuhy 1801.
lIE SOUTHERN DUARDIAN,
A J20IitiiI anld NeWS .lo111'l,
P'U13LISIIED AT COLUM1LIA, S. C.
aily, Tri-Weekly and Weekly.
BY 0, P, PELHAM,
R31.--DAn.v, $0; Tnr .EWs:CKv, $1; WEEK
Lv, $2, a year. Payment invariably
U:iIS JTO1'tNATL, now entering upon itS third
year undler the piresenit propiriutiir, is rapidly
itding its circula:tion: undl in thience. Founded
I ro~tnctedl upon the princiles of Stiate Rinlhts,
mjoys the reward of public contidenice and etn
htned tapproval. Entirely indiepeuden~lt, in its
nagement, it ha:s stood with unnw:vering conti
its princills. Tfhroiugh evil report as well as
ough: gooid, its voice has becen heard in defence
the EQUALITY of the Simuth: its ronausels
r ever lie:n andl aro for RLESISTANCE to the
ungs attempted to be put upon us by a sction
l'lte SOUTH ERN G UA RDIAN looks for sup
rt to the Staite and section whose rights, honor
I itnterests it has faithfully espoused ,and sai
olumbia, July 1861. - t f 29
HE SOUTH CAROLINIAN,
PUBLISHED DIAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY,
Ar Cox~turar. S. C.
RANKLIN GAILLARD, EDITOR.
A 1WE RKI Y PA.iIJ Y P AP A,
1111S is the largest Fatmity Paper in the South,
.nnd is offered to the domnestic circe for
lWS nntd POLITICAL INTELLIGENCE,
:e Ttte:, and1 Stories whtich are olferedl to the
tdrs of the Banner are the efforts of St'uthern
:nit$, which it is a pletiure to foste~r. Original
etces, Literary andi Sceientil Essays, and .Mis
laneotus Selections, regularly make their ny
nrunmee itn its columns.
S USCRIPTION-Daily, $0 ; Tri-Weekly, 54 ;
eekly $2 per annum,: in navutnce. All Papers
,pped when subscription expires.
i. W. GIBBES, Proprietor.
Coltmbia. July 1801. tf 29
11 AN I IN'f SflLE , 1S6!
EATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS.
Vholesale and Retail!
Geo. W. Ferry,
SMASONIC HALL. BUILDING,
24 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
'ASt~ received a large and carefully selected
Stnek of Gents Mlieitskin, Cassimnere, Ameri
. and French Felt HATS.
Cloth, Plush, Silk Velvet, Glazed and Seamless
A PS, tnew and elegant piatterns;
Youth's atnd Chihdren HIATS ud CAPS, in
ot. variety of handsomne styles.
Silk, Alpaceca and Glinghaims UMBRELLAS;
Ilotvy Plantation HIATS for Negroes:
Fresh (loisds roeived by every Steamer. Prices
Sehetap as the cheapest.
Call and see.
Augusta, Ga., Sept. 19, 186.0 t f . o
LL periens having demands against the Es
tnte of Roasela Bllaluck, dee'd., will pleas
and them in to me. properly attested, immeudi
tely. P. iR. JILALOCK, Ex'or.
a- tr in
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL G00DS
SPRING AND SUMMER!
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
AUGUS T A, G-A.
Would call the attention of the Ladics to the fact that they have just received
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
Of the LATEST and MOST FASEITONABLE GOOIS for SPRING AND
SUMMER TRADE. Our spacious Store is filled as usual
WITH ALMOST EVERY ARTICLE
Belonging to the Dry Goods line, ax:J our customers will find the
VARIETY: 0F NEW DRESS 9OODI
Bo eagerly looked for, and. of which but little is in the rarket. We have on hand
a choice lot of
DEBEGES, CAMIBRICS, -
B'LK SILK LACES, CRAPE MARETS,
CHALLY DELAINES--TOIL DES DAMES,
TOIL DU NORD., POLL DES CUEVIRE,
PLAIN POPLINS, FIGURED POPLINS,
BAREGE ANGLAIS FIGURE, MOTTLED MODENAS,
RIDONS, TRIMMINGS, CORSETS, LAVELIAS, PARASOLS,
HAIR NETS, HIMALAYAS, PURE MOHAIR,
GLOVES, MITTS, GEO. BUTTONS,
EOIcm 1%Ce C C :
IIOMESPUNS, OSNABURGS, STRIPES, &c., &c.,
ALL OF SOUTIIERN FACTORIES..
Our stocks in DRY GOODS consists of.:
Brown Homospun, Towelings, Linen Drills,
White Shirtings, Diapers, Cassitneres,
Sheetings, Table Covers, handkerchiefs,
Hickory, Marsaile Quilts, Jackonets,
Denims, Musquito Nettings, White Goods,
Mariboror, " Bars, Checks,
Lineus, . Pantaloon Stuffs, Swis?, etc.,
Table Cloths, Cottonades, Hoop Skirts,
Napkins, Mnrsaciles, &c., &c., &e.
Having a FULL SUPPLY of all kiuds of Goods for the WIOTOLE COMIN(i
SEASON, we are zeliing them at the WELL KNOWN LOW PRICES,
Not Raising the Price of Any Article !
MVANTILLAS & DUSTERSI
Our own Manufactoxy,
In all the FASHIONABLE STYLES, and of the MOST VARIED MATER
ALS, are daily added to our Stock.
BAUM & KAUFFER,
No. 175 & 177 BROAD STREET
Augusta, May 1 tf 1
ENR\Y I. U ALL2AN.
-lAM ES EIJbU N,
F. V. a.oopE,1 R.
WtL L iA M S19 R ES,
JOHlN I:LA N ,
- e-- -
For Tax Collector.
W. If. l0LLOWAY,
C. M. MAY.
W j S. fCANNO.N, M. a).. having located
eY i " L'c f.-h tn, '.ti's: L.s i'rueeionaal
eervie. t., the puLlic. thrge :...t ,eidence 'at
M r. 28. J. 11. Cr.:a titt:'..
Reech Ielund, Mar 9, lftE1. 6t 10
UPPER ROOMS OF MR. G. D. TILLMAN'S
Edgefold,S. C., March 19, tf 11
Corenient to the Carolina side.
Provided w th the heat the mar ket :.ffords.
Adija ent. to tirst rat bu.iz:es bon.de.
lien-! with c.onvenietnf.. to faciitate travellers
n ;any n.l every routo.
Prepared to a'ccomnmodalate ;l1 who ny desire it.
A goo. bar and plenty of tee.
We ruepectfuuly :tsk the' att(ention uf idgee.ld
to our Card.
June 26 tf 2i
AB'ri.N ~ ~ P M :d ,Prprietor.
Ang::.:da, +yl mr 17i
o. 172, Troa
And alli Kinds
Augusta, Mar 18
His Stock has het
and purchnee"d nn
TERMS, and will
style or Stape art.
A aoat beaiutiful r
Misses anad Childr
of every variety a'
A laeautiful Stok
andt Strnw TRI.MM
Ladies' and Misse
riety, and a great mi
to suit the Ladies aa
Inl MEN'S nud D(
desirable Stock of
Vests, embarneing e
and lilnek Sutmmer
A large andl wel
putrchasedl before. that
And a great vario
too tL ' Os to maentio:
yZ A liboral diset
N T rIcE.---Al'T
from the main liond
tiebt C. If.. nhout tw<
seciing the Decseville
running by Mr. Chaa
Sonth of the said 1Pl
JUST received a i
anda~ wIll in no inst;
Grocery line to laa
umn terued toi the adaptiun of this syetemn from thes
facet thaL I heave to pay the Ceash for alt my Gro-.
earies. I wilt hon ver sell ne chesaas the cheap
ast to cash customers.
E. M. P E N.
A NO. 1 Lot of STItJNG EI'GGY HAR
E ESS. Wiltl be sold low if applied for aoou
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Feb11 tf 8
I HAVE appointed A. STEVENS, of .Augnata,
?my Agent fur the sa oaf umy Pure North Caj.
.glua WhISK EY. All w;~o wishl sn y a a eholee
artkle, wutild rdo trell to eull and Mrrn it.
State of South Carolina,
YW.F. DURISQE, Esq., Ordit:.' ; of~ Bigq
Whereas, Z. W. Carwile. C. E. E 9. l.as ci
plied t.,taue for Letter.- of Admainai,...rtion:, on adl
aw'i singular, thec goed~a and ebiattles, ri. his and
credits of lion. F. 11. WIardlaw, Id e of the Bin
trict aforesaid, dle'd.
Thiese are, thereforc, to cite and admonish all
and sinugular, the kindred and creditors 'of the sa~d
deceased, to he and appear before me, at our next
Ordinary's Court for the snad District, to be holden
at Editefield C. 11., on the lIth~ day of Nov. next,
to show cause, if any, why the sald naministration
should net be granted.
Given under my band and seal, this 13th day of
Sept. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixtyonle, and in the 86th year of
Indepcndencde of South Carol inn.
W. F. D URISOE, .z.n.
Oct 2, 1860, lit
Blooded Sheep !
A FEW FINE BLOODED BlUOKS for Sale.
L.For particulars, apply at this 0llce.
Sept 9 I f - 86
FOR SALE.A PAIR OF NORTHERN
FCARRIAGE HORSES young and aoeifma
ted ~. S. TQMPKIN~S.
LSept 23 , 2t
UHAVE on hand FOURTEEN WAG OKS, mode
Iof the best materials, which I will sell on rea
sonable terms. Sizel from one to six horse.
S. F. GOOVE.
Sept 23 f f 3.
.-URINti my abvence Mr. J~nrEs S. Rinniex n
DL is -y authoric-d.Ag--t. All er-ona-ary
wie. indebted to mne will please tuake laomr~~
mos1~t to lpy tad Agent. A. G. W~~.
Sept 2, 1881. 3