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THAN THE CHEAPEST 1 THE Subscriber begs leave t< inform the citizens of Edgefield and community in general.that he is nows ruceivig at his 7tore, next door to W. P BUrTLa, a L 'ARGE and SPLENDID ASSORT. MENT of the inist fiashionable READY-MADE CLOTHING, Eibracing all articles usualy kept for the outfit o GENTLEMEN,.OU THS AND C11ILDREN To the lovers os fashion he would state that h< has pureliaed a full sup!'ly of the latest style of SHANGHAE COATS. This style gives a longer skirt, with but little varia. tion in'the waist however, as my motto is never t( be in the extreme. I always mike my purchases t< suit as- nearly as possible the retined tastes of i) eustomers. ALso. A FlNr ASsoA-neT or Shirts, Collars, Drawers, Hosiery, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Trunks VALIA-ES. &c. ALSO, THE LATEST STYLE OF HATS. M. L t-:BESC11 U LTZ. Mar 21 tf 10 Co-Partnership, TOH1N M. WITr and W. S. PALMER have this day f'orme.1 a Co-Pairtnership under the .name and style of WIrr & I'.LEa, f1or the pur pose of earriing oil the Carpenters Business, -In all its various branches, and in the latest styles. John M. Witt will earry on the Shop Business as formerly, while W. S. Palmer will give strict and individual attention to the 'ut door business. lie ..in give reference, if required, of his being a Work:im and Arefiitect. aUY Architectural 'lans for building the most milodern style of Cotag-:s. Dwellin::s, &c., can be obtained. o: reasOnable terms. by application to W. S. 'almer. .10117N 51. W ITT, W. S. PALMER. Edgeield G. IT.. Mar 21 tf 10 Bounty Land, TOSEPH ABNEY, ESQ., will attend to tJ all rpplications that may be made through him, m'r ADDITIONAL BOUNTY LAND, by those who served in the Florida War, or any War since Sar -2l if 10 Bounty Land Claims, y 11E Undersigned will attend to the prosecution of Claims uider the recent Act of Congress granting One hundred anl sixty acres of Land to all Offieers, Soldiers, Se:nnen, Indians, &c., who scrved'in any if the Wars in which the United Staes has been engiaged since 1790. Revolutionary Soldiers and their widows are also entitled. Ij Anv Claimant desirous of obtaining infornia tion will please address the Undersigned. TIO.MAS P. MORGAN. Washington City, I). C., lar 17, lS55. References: lon A. P. BUTLER. 1on. L. M. KEITT, P. S. BaooCs. W. P. BUTLERs Esq. "6 W. W. BoYCE. 117 The Newberry Sentinel, Laurensville Herald, Independent Press and Le.xingt.on Teie-rapi will please copy 1::e month and send their bills to this Offiee immediately. Mar21 tf 10 DAWSON & SKINNER, AUGUSTA, GA. Dealers in FINE WINES AND LIQUORS, Teas, Sugar and Coffee, PICKLES, PROVISIONS, ANsD l.JroRTEas or I.\VANN A SEG ARS. A ugusta. G:i., M.ar 20 . 3m 10 Finc Brandy. SI llAVE on Consignment and for :s.t sal Two Quarter Cask of flue Im pad LR \NDY, which I will sell low for cash. Tis randy is (of excellent quality anid will suit tihe taste of the miost fastidous. S. E. BOWERS, Agent. Hamburg, M\ar 20 tf IA Wagons, Mfules, &c. rpIH E Ilaimburg and I~dgulield Plank Road Coin pan~iiiy intending to eles2 their .ilill operations, will sell at public male, at Edgetield Court h ouse, on sale (lay inl A pril niext, 20 head of Mfules and Horses, & CARRYLOGS, HA RN P5s, SADDLES. &c. T1enu~s.-On a credit until 1st November next. with interest iromt day o~f sale. Notes with ipproved security will be required. 11. A. K ENRICK, President. Mar 21 2t 10 Notice! I F ICII A RI (D G 1SON, or~ hi.s legal representa tives will make appjleation to W1. I1. A-rxissoN, Esq., in this plaice, they mayi discover someithing to their advantage. Said Richard Gibson was a so' dier in the war oif 1812. in time AXrtiliery, .mid was a resident of this District in IS8IS. Mlar I I tf 10 'Lost, O N Saturdav last, between Edgefield C. HI. and Red llill,'a small package of Notes and Ac counts belonging to the Estate of Warren F. Wino, -de'dl., placed ini my hands for collectio'n. A suitabile reward will be paid for their delivery at the " A dvertiser Oflic," o'r to Subscriber. .1. 1B. TA LBERT. Mar 21 2t ,10 Strayed or Stolent F ROM the Subscriber's plantation, in iarnwell District, on the 8th March inistat, a small SORRELL HORSE, with a white spot inl his a forehead, and somiewha~t rubbed by the geer. Any information conicerning said horse thanikfully received, and a suitable reward givetn for his recove rv. A ddress Kitchen's Mill, Orangeburg District, S. C.SSAMPSON CORLEY. Miar 21 *4t 10 BETW EEN Edgefield C. H1. and Mrs. -MNicholson, or at the Village. on Thurs ~~day the 15th, a Red Leather PORT 310NEY', containing oneti htundred and thiirty-hive ($1 35) Dollars, in twenty and five dollar bills. Any one finding the samle andl returning it with itt contents to the Subscriber or at this Olhic, will be suitably rewarded. JOilN S. WILLIA MS. Mar21 2t 10_ - To the Ladies, MfRS. E. T. H AMILTON, takes .VLthis method of informing the Ladies of - Edgefield Village and vicinity, that she has com meneed the millinery and Dress-Making Business, at th'e Store formerly occupied by Mrs. Baows. Nov 16 tf 44 Notice. A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of W. P Maynard, dee'dl., arc requested to make pay. inent forthwith to the Subscriber:; and those having demnands against the Estate are requested to hand :them in, properly attested. J.IW. M AYNA RD, Ad'or. yeb 7 3m 4 Painter to 'Hire. AFIRST rate Negro PAINTER to hire by the 1.day, month, or year. Apply to the Subscri ber at Edgefield 0. H1. - S. F. GOOD)E. Mar 21 tf 10 Notice ! I Fany one should desire to have their papers copied1 in a neat and legible hand, a person may be found to do it for them, by application at this Office. Mar 21 tf 10 W anat ed, A GOOD BLACKSMITH, by the month ot year, for whom liberal wages will be given. Apply to the Subscriber, at Edgefield C. HI. S. F. GOODE. Jan31 tf 3 INEW STORE---NEW GOODS T E Subscriber would respectfully inform h friends and the public that he has just opene4 a NEW and WELL SELECTED Stock of Spring and Summer Goods, Recently purchased in New York at LOW PRI CES, and will be sold at SMALL PROFITS. 0iT Call and <xamine. R. H. SULLIVAN. Edzefield C. H., Mar 21 tf 10 HICKMAN, WESCOTT & CO AUGUSTA, G-A., -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN EEP ALWAYS on HAND the Largest Best and CHEAPEST assortment a Goods to be found in the City, and are now re ceiving the most varied and splendid Stock of NEW SPRING GOODS Ever offered to the public, at prices that cannot fai to be satisfactory. Among them are I AR EGES and Harege DeLAINES, nil prices Col'd MUSIANS and LAWNS in great variety GRENA DIN ES, TISSUES, Bk and Col. Silks DRESS GOODiS of every style and price. Embroideries, Collars, llanlkerclhiefs, &c. Kid and silk GLOVES and Worsted MlTTS, New Styles MANTILLAS and other Coverinas PRINTS and GINGilAMS in great quantities. White and Brown LINEN and Linen DRILLS COTTON A ) ES and other Pant Stutis, Mull, Swics, .la-net and Plaid M USLINA. Bl'i and Brso. 81 EETINGS and SiliRTINGS Cotton OSN A BURGS and STRIPES, - Together with every article for Family and Plantation Use. That can be enquired for, to % hich they respectfull) invite the attention of the people of Edgefield atu the surrounding country-being prepared to ofl every inducement to them who have hitherto pat ronized them, as well as to those whom they har not yet had the pleasure of serving. - Utniforin prices and a di position to oblig always being the rule of the louse. Augusta, March 19 2n 10 'NEWSPRING GOODS WARD, BURCHARD E 00., AUGUSTA, GA., RE now receiving by every Steamer large ad ditions to their Stock of all that is New, Elegant and Useful! -seCtn AS SILKS, SILK BARAGES and LAWN FLOUNCED I1OBES, BERAGE DELAINEE ICIl CILALLI1ES, LA WNS, TISSUES, BARAGEA. GINGH AMS, CALICOES, LACE BED SPIEADS, WIDE SCoTC DIAPERS. LINEN DA51ASK IUCli TOWELING. NAPKINS, DOYLIES. 12.4 COTTON AND LINEN SIEETINGS. IRISH LINENS, FARMERS AND PLANTERE LINENS and DIULLINGS, COTTON ADES, CHAMBRAY, LINEN LUSTRES. --Also Family Mourning Attire, A complete assortment of all the Various Fabrics, te all of which they respectfully ask attention. Theii prices to Cash and prompt paying buyers will be such as cannot f ail to give satisfaction. A ugusta, March 14 tf 9 N O T ICE! R. A. G. TEAG U E takes pleasure in inform ing his friends and patrons that lie has formed a Co-Partnership in the sale of DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C., &C., with Dr. TuomAs J. TEAGUE, who graduated in Philadelphia and has been engaged in the practice oi Medicine for the last twelve months, who will give his undivided attention to the Store. The business will now be condutcted under the name of Dr. A.G(. &T. J. TrEAGUE. Anid we flatter ourselves, that our assoiciation will be an ae <ioisition to the business, iniatmuch as there will al. ways be onec or both of us in the Store, and nut strictest attention given to tilling Prescriptions, Or ders, &c. Byv strict attention and a faithful performance oi our dluties, we hope to merit ai continuance of th( liberal paitronage which has been bestowed upon the. Ourntor~riek hastid ever .shall be bought more ir reference to Pure and Genuine Drny, &c., than to the Cheapness of the article; an~ we pledge ourselves to sell as low as an article of the samo quality can be bought int any Southern in land mnaryet. t Mlarcha 14 t Sheiits Sale. BYVirtue of Sundry writs of Fi. Fa., to mc di reeted, I shall proceed to sell on the lirst Monday in A pril next, at Edgefield C. H., the following property, itn the following cases, viz: .Joseph Ratmbo vs James Durst, One Tract of Laud containing One hutndred atnd twety-seven acres, mnore or less, adjoinitng lands of William S. hloward. Also, One Negro womatn Gertrude and] her inranit child. .John .lonmes vs Susan Garrett and P. M. Fenley, One negro tman .1 i, the property of thte Defen dant Susan Garrett. Alfred M1ay vs. John Youngblood, One Tract o La~nd conitaining one hundred and sixty, (l(10) acres more or less, adjoining lands of James D~orn, A bmer learnm andl others. George A. Addison and others Executors, vs JonAty; The Samne vs. Elizabeth Stnith and JonAutry ;The Same vs The Same, One Trael ofuLandutaiin One hundred (100) acres, tmore or less, adjoining lands of David Harris, ,Johr Bodie, Benj. hatcher atnd others, the property ol the Defendatnt Jlohn Autry. John .Joti-s vs Johnt Quattlebumn and Wiliiam J Fatulkner, Ex'ors.; Jamnes Smnylef, Asasiganee, vs The Same ; Other PlIaintituh vs The satme, On< Traet of Land containing Twvo hundred and eighat) (10) acres, more or less, adjoitting Lands of Dr Johnm Landruman JTames F". Lowry and others. T[hi: Trait of Land to be sold at the risk of a for'me: purchaser, whon failed to comply with the Terms o the sale. Termns Cash. LEWIS JONES,s. E. n. Star 9 4te ~ 9 S heriff's Sale. STATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, John Jones, ~ tas .Johtn Quattlebunm and r 'W. J. F'aulkner, Ex'ors. ) Other Pimiiffs, a8. The Same. DY Virtue of the writs of Fi. Fa., in the forego ik ng cases, I shall proceed to sell at thte lat< residence of John Frulkner, dee'd., on Saturday the 31st day of March inst., the Stock of Iloge, Sheel and Cattle, hlousehold and Kitcheni Furniture. Tertms Cash. LE WIS JIONES, s. E. D. Mar 13 3t 9 Sherifi~s Sale. STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, I Landon Tucker, Adtn'or.) David Stone. IBY Virtue of the writ of Fi. Fa. in this case, shall proceed to sell on Saturday the 3lst inst. at the iesidence of the Defendant David Stone 150 Bushels of Corn, 1000 lbs of Ba-:on, 150 hush CotnSe,18 [lead of Cattle, 35 [lead of Hogs H lousehold and Kitchen Furniture, &c. Terms Cash. LEWIS J)ONES, s. E. D. Mar 1(6 2t 10 I Caution. ALL Persons are hereby cautioned from tradinj for a Note of hand given by WV. F. Deriso to the Subscriber, for $50, due next January, a said Note is either lost or misaid. The drawer hai been notif.D. H. CROOKER. Mar 10, 1855. 3t 9 Cask Overlooked. B Y the request of an old friend, Messrs. LAM SACK & Coorna has sent over to their Agent S. E. BowEas, in Hamburg, one Cask of SUPE RIOR OLD NECTAR WHISKEY, which has been overlook in their celler for many years. The article is old and oily. Exantine for yourselves. ! NEW CASH HOUSE Cash and One Price THE ONLY T R U E SYSTE I! SHORT PROFITS AND QUICK SALES, THE MOTTOT :: HE Subscriber is selling goods exclnsively for CASH, and at VERI SMALL PROFITS. Any one daing business on this principle, can cer tainly afford to sell Goods at much lower prices, than one doing business predicated on long credits. In proof of this the Subscrilber would respectfully solicit from the citizens of Edgefield and vicinity a call, and careful examination of his Stock to satisfy themselves. Goods shown freely and warranted to prove as represented. Now in Store an extensive assortment of ALL ENTIRELY N KW, of the VERY LATEST Styles, consisting in part of f French, Englishand American Prints, Muslin, Barege DeLaines, Bareges, Grena dines, Tissues, Challeys, Ginglans, Mourning Goods of every description. French Wrouglt Collars, Chemisetts, Sleeves, Col laretts, Collis and Sleeves in setts, Lace Col lars and Slcres, Aluslin and Cambric Edgings and Insertings, Swiss and Cambric Bands, Ditto in Flouneings; Also, a large assort nent of Laces and Lace Edgings of every description. Brown and Bleached Domestics, A large Stock of best brands at a small advance. , Large assortment Linens and Linen Goods, for family use.-Pant-Stuffs, Ganbroons, Stripe Jeans, Tickings, Welch Ganze, Flannels, Lancaster arid Marseilles Quilts, Furniture Dimety and Fringes, Curtain Loops, Cords and Tassels, &c. Plain and Striped Osnaburgs at Factory prices. 0' On the second floor will be displayed a VA RIED A*SSORTMENT of CARPETINGS, Floor OIL CLOTHS White and Cheek M ATTING, all widths. '3. K. BANKCROFT, Next door to Bank of Augusta, Fast side Broad Street. Augusta, Ca., Feb 26 3n 7 CLARKE & ROYAL, -DEALER IN BOOTS, S HO E S, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, VALISES, &c., IRON FRONT STORE, BROAD STREET, OrrosrrE TtN MAsONIC IIALL, Au(JtfsTA, GEORGIA. TH1E Undersigned having furnied a Co-partner ship, under the Firm of C LA RKE & ROYAL for the general transaction of the Boot and Shoe Business, Will keep at all times on hand the FINEST and MOST FASIIONABLE GOODS, both for La dies atd Gentlemen, that is now manufaetured. to gether with a large assortment for Dvys, Misses and Children. Also, heavy work for Plantation and louse Servants. We will also keep Traveling amd Packing Trunks, VALISES, CARPET BAGS, &c. Our Store is in the c*entral part of the City, con venient to all the Hotels, being the well-known stand of ALDRICH & ROYAL. From our long experience in the business, we flatter ourselves that we can give as good, if not better bargains, than you can get elsewhere. Our best endeavors will be to give satistaction to all who may favor ns with a call. IIENRY E. CLARKE, WM. S. ROYAL. Augusta, Feb21, Iy 6 U. L. JEFFERS, Factor & Commission Mferchant, NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. -. To THE PI.NTERS AND MERCANTS OF EDGFIELD Dtsric-r, S. C. I BEG leave to adopt this method of inforning you, that I have commenced the FACTOR AGE and COIlMISSION IUSINESS in this City, on any own accountt, atnd respectfully solicit a shtare of your patronage. I flatter myself that my long experience in busi ness in llamaburg and Augusta, together with three vears in this City, will enable me to serve you to ADVANTAGE. I thank you for the many in stances of friendship and kepd patronage, while en gaged ats above, and as I have now, (after mny mis fortune) commenced (as it were) anew, and pledging myself not to speculate in Cotton. or in any way involve myself, but redoubling my energies and in dustry to promote your interest, hope to tmerit and receive a renewal ;and continusnce of thte sanme. I will attendl in person to the RI-CEIVING, WEIGhING and SELING your Cotton, Flour, Grain, &c., and promptiy sell as inastructe~d, deposit proceeds int any Bank you may direct, and send &ertilicnte of deposit, or remit othecrwise if required. I will faithfully Buy your Family Sup plies when thte Cash is remitted, or the produce to pay' for the same is shipped. (amnd here allow mec to say to you assnredly that yima will enjoy great advanttages by htavitng your goods purchased for II will attend to the Receiving and Forwarditng of M1erchandise, atnd as freights are Cash, the smite will be required. I will prompitly forward Acceounts, Sales. Bills of Laident, answer letters and keep you posted as to prices itn our Market. lit short I ofrer you my services as your Aget, ini this City, and prottise piromapt attenitioni to your interest. Should you favor me with your pattronagc (and I hope you will at least give mte a trial) you have only to ship your Cotton or produce from your near est D~epot on the Rhail Road, properly marked andr consigned to H-. L. J1Emnats, Charleston, S. C., sending me a Bill of Laden, with letter of instruc tions, when all I have promised shall be fulfilled by Yours, obedienit, Hf. L. J EFFERtS. Charlestoni, March 12, 1855. 4t 9 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY: Exparte Petition for settlement Julia McClenadon, of Property. TJT apearing thtat Thos. McClendon, the htusbatnd 1of the petitioner above tnmed, is beyond the limi its of this State, and the object of the Petition being to set apart to the sole and separate use of his wife Julia, a certain sum of money arising from tho sale of Joseph Whittle's real estate. On motion of Moragnte, for petitioner, it is hereby ordered that the aforesaid Thos. McClendon do plead, answer or demur to the prayer of his said wife Julia, within three months frotm the date of this publication, or the Petition will be taken as pro confesso against hm. A. SIMKLNS, C. E. E. D. Jan 10 1855 3m 52. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, EDGEFIEL.D DISTRICT, IN COMMON PLEAS. F. C. Wood, FrinAa~~cl Washington Stalnaker. 'fluE Plaintiff in the above stated ease, htaving Ithis day filed his Declaration in my Office, and the Defendant havitng nteither wife nor Attorney known to reside the within thte limaits of this State, on whonm copies of said Declaration with rules to plead can be served, On motion of Mr. ADAts, Plaintilf's Attorney, Ordered that said Defendant appear and plead to said Declaration within a year and a day front the date hereof, or fittal ad absoluto judgment will be given against hint. TIIOS. U. BACON, C. 3. E. D. M arch 15, 1855. 1 qy 10 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN ORDINARY, BY H. T. WRIGHT, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge. ie itrict. Whereas, Jos. K. Aiton has applied to me fur Letters o9Aministrationa,on all and singutlar the goods and hattels, rights and credits of Elizabeth Norris, late of the District aforesaid deceased. These are, therefure, to cite and admonish all arid sinular, the kindred and creditors of the said de eased, to be and appear before me, at our next Ordi nary's Court for the said District, to be htoldetn jt Edgefield C. H., on the 2nd day of A pril next, to show cause, if any, whty the said admninistratton should not be granted. Giv n under my handaund seal, this 19tha day of Mar. in the year of our Lord one thousand eightt haundred and fifty-five and in the seventy-ninth year of Ameri an Independence HI. T. W RIGHT, 0. E. D. .Mar 21 2t10 'Good Peach Brandy?! a UST received a large supply of PURE OLD tV PEACH BRANDY. S. E. BOWERS, AGEr.v Bounty Land, T IM Soldiers who served in the War of 1812, and all other Wars since 1790 are now enti tled to a quantity of Bounty Land sufficient to make out 160 acres, including the quantity they have al ready received. Thnse who have already received 40 acres are now entitled to 120 acres, and those who have received 80 acres are now entitled to 80 more. A. PEaars, who has heretofore acted as Agent at this place, fur obtaining Land Warrants, has again opened his Office for that purpose, and will vigo rously prosecute all Claims entrusted to him. He will also buy the Warrants, when obtained. Irr OFFIcs, Law Range, Edgefield C. H., S. C. A PERRIN. P. S.-In my absence WM. I. ATarasos. Esq.. will attend to all Claimants that may apply, and will be found in my Office. A. P. March 14 4t 9 Glenn Springs. T U E Subscriber begs leave to inform the public that the above pleasant WATERING PLACE will be re-opened for the reception or company on the 1st of A pril next, under the managemet of Mr. J. C. JANNEY, late of "Jauney's aIotel," Co umbia, S. C. The buildings are now in thorough repair, arnd befure April next they will also be hand. somely furnished. Tie advantages of GLENN SPRINGS, as a Watering Place, and the reputation of Mr. Janney, as a Hotel keeper, are such as to require no further notice. T. S. A RTH UR, Proprietor. Feb 7 3m 4 Edgefield Male Academy, T IE Trustees of this Institution take pleasure in announcing that they have made ample ar rangements for its conduct during the present year. Mr. WILLIAM McCASLIN and Mr. ERASMUS -YOUNGBLOOD, two young gentlemen of fine Classical education, have the School now in charge. BoWth Trustees and Teachers flatter themselves with the belief that their School will not have its superi or in the State. Either Teacher is qualified to instruct thoroughly in every branch required for en trance into our Colleges, North or South. As it is not probable, from the delay we have unavoidably encountered in opening the Academy, that we shall have at any time during the year an inconveniently large number of Students, those who do come will enjoy the great privilege of constant and careful su pervision. Parents will at once see this advantage in its proper light. We respectfully ask of our friends, and the friends of the School, that they will come forward and en ter their boys immediately. The full Scholastic year will be taught. Terins. For the Classical Department, per aunum,. . $36,00 " Higher Eng. " " .. 32,00 " Ordinary" " ." .. 028,00 Capitol board to be had in pleasant families. JOHN LIPSCOMB, ) R. T. MIMS, ARTIIUR SIMKINS, GEO. A. ADDISON, LEWIS JONES. Jan 24 tf 2 Edgefield Collegiate Institute, FOR YOUNG LADIES! 42 PUriLs ar AT-rENANCR LAST Sassot. IlE next Setsion will commence on Monday TJanuary 8th, 1855. Tuition per Session, 14 weeks. Primary Department..............$7 00 Academical ".......12 00 Collegiate '. ..... 15 00 Music-Guitar or Piano..............18 00 D rawing and French, each........... .10 00 Pupils using the Apparatus are charged each per Session $2,00. Pupils using the Piano for practice are charged for Keeping thiemin tune per Sessmion $1,00. Ail Pupils are charged fifty cents each for con tingencies. The Musical Department is furnished with FIVE PIANOS, which are kep.t in excellent order, and used constantly by the Pupils. Vocal Music is taught daily without extra charge. The Teachers will continue in their several Dc partments the same as last Session. CHIAS. A. RAYMOND,PasscmrAL. Die 27 . .ti 50 AikenSub-CollegseInstitute. DR. WM. PIERCE, DEIAaTMENT, ANCIENT LAN Rvv. 0. H. TRIMMIER, " Eaozan LITE RiTUR V. Mos. J. HIOLET, " MArTIsTcs A~n COs-riNKs-rAu Toxouiza. 1 BOYS may be aecommodated with Board, \i~J ULodging, Washing, Lights, Stationary anmd Tuition, at $100 per Session of fire months, mzvarn ably in advance. A iken. S. C., JIan. 17 ly 1 Curryton Academies, rp H E M ALV, DEP'A1TMENT of these Acade Imies is under thme supervision of Mr. J. L. LESLY. Assisted by Mr. BASS. The Female Department will be supervised by Mr. A. P. BUTLER, assisted by competent Mln sical and other lastructoress.. I Rates of Tuition. First Class, Primary Eepamrtment, per Sess'on $9,00 2d ' ordinar'y English'branches,.. ,00 3md " higher English brancohes...15,00 4th " Greek and Roman Literature with higher Mathematics.........18,00 Music......... ...... ..... -------------.8 0,00 Pu pils arc charged from the-inme of entering tin til the end of the Session. Tuition. in advance.* The year is divided into two Session of five months each. W Good board can be had in the neighborhood at from $8 to $10 dollars per month. ROBT. MERRIWXTIIER, Chmair'n Board of Trustees. Feb 141 tf5 ITax Collector's Notice! I WILL attend at the times and places hecreinaftcr specified, to collect thme GENERAL, POOR and RO AD T AX, for the year commencing the first October 1854. At Edgelield C. ii., Monday, March 5th, and coniue every day during Court. Win. S. Snsyley'a, Monday. March 19, Same eveniug, 4 o'clock, at Dr. Ready's. Ridge, Tuesday, 20th Marcht. Lyrands', Wednesday 21st March. Samne evening, 5 o'clock, at C. C. Plunket's. Hatcher's,. Thursday, 22d March. Oratnitville, Friday, 23d " Beach Island, Saturdaty, 2ith " Hlamburg, Monday', 26th " Cherokee Pinds, Tuesday, 27th " Same evening, 5 o'clock, at A rchy Mlorgan's. Wightmatn's School HI. Wed'day, 28thm March. Collier's, Thursday, 29th " Red Hill, Friday, 30th " Dntonsville, Saturday, 31st" Sante evening, 4 o'clock, S. C. Strom's Store. Edgefleld C. HI., Monday, 2d Apiil. Howard's, Tuesday, 3d " Rocky Pnntd, Wednesday, 4th " Maj. Middleton's, Thursday, 5th" Parks', Friday, 6th " Freeland's, Saturday, 7th" Liberty Hill, Monday, 9th " Shatterfield, Tuesday, 10th" Stven's Store, Wednesday 11th " W. N. Moore's, Thursday, 12th" Coperaville, Friday, 13th " Niekerson's, Saturday, 14th" R. MI. Scurry's, Monday, 16th" Rihardsonville, Tuesday, 17th" Coleman's X Roads, Wednesday 18th " Same evening, 4 o'clock at Col. Clary's Store. Perry's X Roads. Thursday, 19th April. Same evening, 4 o'clock at Havird Store. Rinehart's, F~riday, 20th " Same evening, 41 o'clock at J. Wise's. Norrisville, Saturday 21st "i Smie evening, 4 o'clock at A. Whittle's. Mount Willing, Monday, 23d " Same evening, 4 o'clock at J. Mickler's. Allen's, Tuesday, 24th " .. S. Smyley's, Weilnesday 25th " .. Dorin's Store, Thursday, 26th " Pleasant Lane. Friday, 27th " Egefield C. H., Monday and Tuesday, -the 7th and 8th of May, after which my books will close for the present year. W* Free persons of color are required to pay their Tax in March. try Births, Deaths and .'iarriages are to be re turned. J. QUATT LEBUM, -r. C. a. D. Feb 21 3m 6 Saddlery and Harness. A FINE assortment to be found, and at low pri ess, at ROBINSON& JACKSON'S. BROWNING LEIANJ IMPORTERS OF FREIlCIk, BRITISH & GERMIAN DRY 9W008, 209 & 211 KING, CORNER MATKET-ST., QHAR RSTON, S. 0. K EEP constantly on hand, and offer to their friends and the public generally, the largest assortment of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods In the Southern States. Their Stock is constantly supplied with a full assortment of Of all the newest varieties of Style and Fabric. In Silks, Tissues, Bareges, Grenadines, Muslins, Bombazines, Alpacas, and Mourning Goods of all kinds, tmbrciderles and Lace Goods, of every variety. Evening Dress Goods of every description. Gentlemen's and BoYs Wear, Cloths, Cassineres. Vestirgs, Linen Drilld and Coatings, of best French Goodi. Satineta, Tweeds, Jeans, &c. FOR FAMILY USE. Rose, Whitney, and Bath BLANKETS, Red and White Flannels, English and American Cotton Flannels, French, English and American Prints and Cam brics, Linens, of Richardson's celebrated make, for Shectings, Shirtings, Pillow Cases. Table Damasks, Doylies, Napkins, Towellings, B. E. and Hueka back Diapers, Fruit Cloths, Glass Cloths, Apron Linens, &c. CARPETING S. Ingrain, three Ply, Brussels, Tapestry and Velvet, British and A merican Floor Oil Cloths, Wilton Velvet and Axminster Rugs, White and Colored Mattings, of all widths, Stair Rods and Stair Carpetings, of all kinds. Of every variety in SILK. SATIN and WORSTED Curtain Cambrics and Muslins. Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains, Gilt Corniees, Curtain Ginps, Holders, Loops, Tassels, Drapery Cords, Bell Ropes, &c. PLANTATION GOODS. Blankets, Plains, Kerseys, Caps, &c. Cotton Osnabnrgs, of all the best Southern makes. C All the above, with every other line of DRY GOODS which can be demanded, are of OUR OWN DIRECT IMPORTATION, and arc offered at the Lowest Market Prices for Cash, or City acceptance. M-The ONE PRICE SYSTEM is strictly ad hereito. All Goods are warranted, and all orders filled with promptness and the most careful atten tion. BROWNING & LEMAN. Charleston, Jan. 25, ly 3 JOSEPH WHILDEN, DEALER IN Paints, Oils and Glass, Charleston, S. C. H E Keeps constantly for sale, a general assort ment of Paintsand Oilsof all kinds, Varnishes, Window Glass and Sashes, Spts. Turpentine. Spirit Gas, Cotton Foot-Gin Fixtures, Glue and Brushes of various kinds. Charleston, Sept 4 ly 34 Dry Goods in Augusta, Georaia, WARD, BURCHARD & CO., BROAD STT, OpPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL, DEALERS IN Silks and Rich Dress Goods, PLANTATION AND CHOICE FAMILY GOODS, or EvEaR DrSCRirrION. Augusta, Mar 5 tf 8 To the*ublic, ISHALL open to my friends and the public, on the first Monday in January, tihe Hotel known as thre I NEWBERRY HOT EL, which has just been thoroughly renovated and repaired ; good and faithful servants shaill always be in attendance, and the guests of the Ilouse shall not want for any thing that the market will afford. The subscriber trusts by strict attention tu business, to merit a share of the public patronage. JOHN WV. FOWLER, Proprietor. Newberry C. I1., Dec 27, 3m 51 Al Most V alu abl e Residence FOR SALE! .TillS well-known situation in Edgefleld, six miles from the Court House, on the Plank Road luadirng to Augusta, is now offerred for sale. It is almost needless to say anything of its desira ble properties. Every onie is aware that no more healthful, miore beautiful or more valuable place, of the samre size, is to be found in South Carrolina. There are two hundred acres attached to, the resi dence, all of it lyinrg level as a tloor arid capable of being carried to a very hrighi state of productiveness. Inidulgenrce given to suit the purchaser, provided tre pnrehrase rmoney lie amply seenired. I For further particulars enquire of the Sub scriber on the premises. Jan 17 ti 1 Saddle & Harness Mfanufactory T HE Undersigned takes pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Edgefield Village, and sur rounding country, that he has secured the Room recently known as the Post Office, for tihe purpose of carrying on thre SA DDLE AND HIA RNESS BUSINESS in all its various branches, andS hopes, by giving strict attention to all work entrusted to his care, to receive a liberal share of patronage. saddles, Bridles, Trapping & Harness, OF EVERY D)ESCRIPTION, Will be made to order, in the latest and moat imn proved styles, and out of thre best inazterial that can be procured. REPAIRING neatly and promptly excutedl. W As my Terms are CAST!, of course nry charges will be far mre'r reasonable than customary in this vicinity. Give me a trial, arid satisfy your. selves. REUBEN G. GOLDING. Fe b 7tf 4 TlE TilOROUGH URED )HIORSE G A MBL E! W ILL stand' the ensuing season at my Stable about one mile from Edgefield C. TI., at $f5 the season and S25 insuirance. All Mares sent will be considered by the season, unless some in structions to the contrary shall accompany them. Season to end 10th June. GA MBLE was bred by Col. BAY, of Galatin, Tennessee, and is six years old this Spring. He was sired by Imp. sovereign, his dam was Celerity by Inmp. Leviathan. Celerity's dami was Patty Pu by Pacolet; Patty Puff's dam was Rosa Clack. For pedigree arid perfo~rmnances GAMBLE will compare with the best hrorses of his day. He com bines strength and action with fleetness and endu rance. He ran in Charleston in February 1853 the best race of two milc heats ever run over the course, and biut for ian urravoidlable accident would have distinguished himself as a four miler-. gg I will feed and pasture Mares art forty-fie cents a day, but will trot take upon myself ainy re sponsibility for accidents or escapes. TLHOS. G. BACOIN. Edgefield C . H I., Mar 7 8 8 NYSave your Corn, AYPerson can save Fifty or more Busheli Aof Corn, per annum, by getting a box of PARKS' R AT POISON. Price, Twenty-five ets. per Box. A pply to TLUTT & PEL LETIER. Hatrburg, March 12.3 3m* 9 Merchants can obtain it from Messrs. SmomfDs, RUF & Co., Charleston, so make at least one hun dred per cent. Look Out?! A LL Persons indebted to the Subscriber must come and settle by the first Monday in Au gust, or they will posively find their Notes or Ac counts either in the hands of W. C. Morague, hEq., or J. B. Talbert, Esq. Necessity comnpels me to say so. That is all. R. T. PA RKS. March 14 3r 3m" 9 " Mountain Dew." J UST received a supply of Superior Old MOUN TAIN D)EW WHISKEY S. E. BOWERS, Agent. Professional Card, D R. We. , TIMMERMAN, having loea ted himself at Maj. W. L. CoLMAN's, offers his services in the PRACTICE OF MEDICINE, SURGERY, OBSTETRICS and DENTISTRY, to the people of the community, and respectfully so licits their patronage. Lotts P. O., March 7 tf 8 Professional Card. D Re M. W. ABNEY, will in future be 1all times, either at his Office, adjoining W. W. Adams' Office. and opposite Maj. George A. Addison's residence, or at his own house adjoining the Male Academy. gr le will attend strictly to all calls upon him. Feb 21 tif 6 Rememberl R. L. . ASBILL, having located near the Double Branehes, two miles from Ridge, Post Office, respectfully tenders his Professional services, in the practice of Physic, $urgery and Obstetrics, To the neighborhood and vicinity. le will be tuoderate in charges and prompt in attendance upon all.whi favor him with a call. Ljr Ile can be found at home at all times except when Professionally employed. N. B.-Dr. A. can be consulted (privately) free of charge. Ridge. Feb 14 if 5 DENTAL SURGERY! DR. H. PARKER, respectfully informs the citizens of Edgefield District, that he may be found during sale day week at the Planter's Ilo tel, Edgefield C. H., and at his residence on the Anderson road, eihteen miles North-east of the Village, on every Friday and Saturday following. Specimens of his work, put up on the latest and most improved principles, can be seen no his Office. His address, when in the cotry, an heretofore, Sleepy Creck, P. 0. De c 2,I 50 Practice of Surgery! DR. JURIAH IIARRIS, Augusta: Ca., is prepared to acc!ommodate with Lodging and1 Nursing. such patients as may be directed to him for SURGICALOPERATIONS or Treatment. 07 Masters may be assured that their Servants will have every necessary attention. Augusta, May 26, ly 19 Law Notice. ; ESSRS. SPANN & MAGRATH, M in partnership, will practice in LAW AND EQUITY. Office opposite the residence of Mr. G. Addison. One or the other will always be in office. Jan 3 3m 51 Planters Hotel, BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA. JOHN BRIDGES & J. GEORGE ILLIG, Paorataroas. A ugusta, Feb 12 3m 5 'RICH DRY GOODS! "CHEAPER THAN THE VERY CHEAPEST." GRAY BROTHERS, G RT,=iR 0 T HqE(R 8, EG to inform the public, that their Fall pur . ehases this season have been UNUSUALLY LARGE, having been in the Northern markets over three months this Summer, where so many large auction sales took place, offering decided ad. vantage to close purchasers. We can confidently say that our Stock is MUCH CHEA PER than the like.quality of Goods could be obtained a few weeks later, when the great body of Merchants went to market. Our devsire, owing to the very short season that we will now necessarily have, is to dispose of this large Stock, independent of profits, and we may venture to say that we can offer as strong induce ments as any of our neighbors, if not stronger. In our )RESS GOODS ROOM will be found the richest varieties of the Seasn, such as Elegant Moriantigue SILKS ; Rich Satin, Striped do Elegant Black Plaid do Small Striped Plaids and figured; Rich Brocade Plain, Striped and Plaid, 50 cents per yard, worth 75 cents ; Plain Black Silks, all widths, very cheap; Black Plaid Watered and Brocade, new styles; White Silks and Satins; Figured, all Wool, French Muslin De Laines, 12) ents, worth 50 cents ; French Merinos, very cheapr Lupins' best Bombazine, exceedingly low : Ulack Jamiese, a new~and very desirable all-Wool Goods for mourning; Black Alpaceas all qualities. some very fine andl low prieed; Man.tillas. Cloaks and Talmas of the very latest Fench styles, exceedingly cheap; Crape, Cashmere and Woollen Shawls ; Embroideries of alt kinds, of the nIost elegant descripflons; Ribbons for the Million,, fiue bonnet and neck, 69 ents a yard, worth 20) cents ; ('alicoes and Ginghams, beat styles, very cheap, Domestic Goods of all kinds; Blankets and Kerseys unusually low, atnd a great variety of other articles to which we would respect fully i'nvite the attention of the public. GR AY BROTHERS. Augusta, Nov 14 tf 44 FALL AND WINTER GOODS! ----- 't~ A. R ANSOM, AGENTr for R. M. FUL .L. L ER, Hamburg, b. C., has now~ on hand a Superb Stock of Dry Goods, Which lhe is SELLING FOR CASH at prices that cannot fail to please; and would respectfully invite the attention of his customers pnd all in want of Goods to an examination of his Stock, among which will be found Rich Brocade SILIKS, Figure.d, Plain, Black, Gro de R hine SILKS, Col'd Marceline and Sareonett do All wool De Laines, of beautiful styles, Common and Medium do., from 120 to 50 eta. Solid Colored Persian DelAines. varliu shitdes, Highland Plaids and Figured Velvets, Saque Flannels, plain and figured, Scotch and A merican Gin'ghams., from 12 to 25e English and American Prints, all qualities, do do Furtatine, do Ladies Colored Black Cloth Cloaks and Talmas of the latest styles, Black and Colored Shawls, various qualities, Gauze and Welsh Flannels, wairramnted not to shrink, Bleached and Brown da various qualities, Richardson's undressed Irish Linens, Bleached and Brown Table Damask do. from 50 to $l,25, Bird's Eye and Scotch Diapers, all qualities, Hluckaback Towels and Towelings, Furniture Dimity and Fringes, Drab Morino, for Skirts-Marsales do Ladies' Mlissses and Children's Hosiery & Gloves do Linen Cambrie landkerchiefs, do Worsted Sleeves, 10O4, 11-4 and 12-4 Whitney Blankets, Extra heavy Bed, Crib and Cradle do. Large Lot of Negro Blankets, very cheap, Cassimeres, Sattinets, Tweeds and Kentucky Jeans, all qualities, 10.4, 11-4 and 12-41 BP'd and Brown Sheetings, 3-4, 7-8, 4-4 and 5-4 Shirting, Graniteville and other makes, Onaburg Stripes and Yarns at Factory prices, Real Georgia Plains, best quality, Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes, good as sortment, with a great quantity of other Goods suitable for the season. gg Orders solicited and faithfully executed. llamburg, Nov 28 t_____f 46.__ Valuable Land for Sale, T HiE Subscriber offers for sale ONE HUN DR ED and SEVErNTY-FIV E acres of Land. It is all in wood.s, and the best timbered of any Lands In this section of country. Said Tract ad joins lands of Col. W. La. Coleman, Daniel Posey, Malichi Cogburn, the Estate of Lewis Derriek, and the tract on which the Subscriber resides. If not previously sold at private sale, it will be disposed of on the first Monday in October next, on a credit unitil the first January next. I will also sell, if thme purchaser of the above de sirs to buy, the highly valuable plantation on which live, containing FOUR HUNDRED ACRES. It is deemed uunnecessary to say any thing more of these truly excellent Tracts of Land. If treated for privately, a good bargain can be obtained. 9@''For further luformation call on the Subscri ber on the premises. DERICK HTOLSONBAKE. Feb1-4 - Sm5 Clock Repairing! THE Subscriber would respectfully inform the Citizens of Edge~feld Village and vicinity, that he has taken the Hduse formerly occupied by Mrs. R. Gray, opposite the Planters Hotel, for the pur pose of carrying on the CLOCK REPAIRING BUSINESS. All work entrusted to his eare will be attended to with neatness and desoa-ah. le will also give his attention to the REPAIRING OF FURNITURE. He warrants satisfaction to all, and] solicits a liberal patronage. WM. LEWIS. Jan 10 tf 52 To former Friends and Patrons, s E. BOWERS, thankful for past patron e age, would beg leave to inform the public that he is now receiving LA RGE Consignments of Whiskeys, Brandies, Wines, Cordials, AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, Sug a r, BROWN, CLARIFIED, CRUSHED AND LOAF SEGARS, HAVANA AND AMERICAN, And all articles usually kept in the Family Grocery Business. Being Agent for two larg6 Wholesale Confectionary Houses, one in New York and the other in Augus ta, he is prepared to fill all orders for MARU1E3al WlI2NE&.82 At the shortest notice possible. As he is acting as Agent only, le would re spectfully inform all that lis business must be done on the CASH STST.1 ENTIRELY; for l.is low priees and small commissions will not warrant ex tension of time on Goods sold. Ie is determined to sell Low, for Cash, and hopes to merit a share of the trade. Come one, come all, and examine his Stock before purchasing, -it is all he asks. W The business will be conducted under the name and style of S. E. BowERS, Agent. Hamburg, Nov. 1, tf 42 REMOVAL! T IE Subscriber takes this opportu tity of inform ing his friends. that he has reimuved to t'he NEW BRICK STORE adjoining the Store of B. C. Bryan, where he has just opened a LARGE VARIETY of new articles in his various branches of Trade. i1e intends keeping in the Drug and Medicine Department, A full supply of every article that is in common use by the Profession, which will be constantly un der the inspection of Drs. Bland, Ahney, Mims and Burt; and if an article is reported to be impure it will not be offered for sale. Dr. M. W. Abney has taken an Office in the second Story of the building, and will give me the benefit of h's experiefee in Compounding Medicines and preparing prescrip tions, and having been six years engaged in the bu siness, I flatter myself, with these ampli arrange ments, I shall receive a liberal share of the patron age of Physicians, families, and the public generally. In the Grocery Department EVERY THING will be kept that i-,% usually found in a Fancy Family Grocery Store. In the Department of Books, Stationary, &C,, Will be found a full supply of Standard School Books, Bibles, Ilymn Hooks, Fools Cap. Letter and Note Paper, with almost every article in this line will be kept constantly for sale. In the Confectionary Department, May always be found a much larger assortment of Candies, Fruits: Pickles,'Ketchnps, Sauces, &c., than has ever been offered for sale in this place. In truth this is to be a Store of good things, and it is hopes will be considered a great convenience, %nd therefore be largely patronized. G. L. PENN, Agent. Dec 20 tf 49 J. SIBLEY & SON, GROCERS AND COTTON ME1CHANT$, HAMBURG, S. C. R ESPECTFULLY beg leave to inform their old customers and the Planters generally that they are still to he found at -their 01l1 Stand, and are paying the HIIGIIEST MA RKET PRICE for Cotton an d other Produce: and have in Storp, and are daily receiving a MOST COMPL E TE assort ment of G R00E RI E S, --A MONG wnICn SlAY aE FOUND 20,000 Yds. Gunny and Dundee BAGGING, 200 Coils Hemp and Russian ROPE, 200 Bags COFFEE, Rio, and Java. 200 2Bbls. Superior and Refmted SUGARS, 25 hds. Museovado~and N. 0. do. 100 Blbts. MOLASSES, 3,000 Sacks S ALT. .25 BEDST EADS, some of them Fancy, 25 Boxes superior OHEESE, A splend id assortment of BL ANK E TS and NEGRO CLOTHS. -Also A p assortment of Saddles and Bridles, Chairs, Pepper, Spice, Linseed, Lamp and Tan ners Oil, Osnaburgs, Stripes, Shirting and Yarns, and in fact everything usually found in a Grocery Store. Wy E take this means to itnform oiur Customers andtheu Planters generamlly, that we are not conneoted with any other house, and only have one Store, which is the Brick Corner, formterly occu pied by .Josiah Sibley. J. SIBLEY & SON. Hlamburg, Nov 28 tf 46_ Rlanaway RO.\O1 the Subseriber's residence on the Ridge, .1during the night of the 5th instant, his negro man JIM. Said negro is of light complection. about five feet eight or ten inches high, rather stout, with a small sear on his right cheek. lHe had on, when he left, light cassimere coat and patnts, and a fine pair of boots. It is probable that Jim is either ini the neighbor hoqd of Colpumbia or Aikes, more probably the Ltter. A suitable reward will be given for his appre hension and delivery to the jailor .at Edgefield C. 11. Any informatiop thantkfully received. M. B. WECVER. Ridge. S. C.. Jan~ 17 tf I1- Columbi'a papers please copy tri-weely until further notice, and forward acounts to .\. 13. W. TO ALL WH$O ARE IN ARREARS To Tnt Edgefleld & Cheatham Prank Road ! '11'E Road is finished, and debts due by the .-Company for Lumtber, hire of hands, &c., must le paid. Those indebted thterefore, mtust come for ward, without any further de.lay, and pay up the~ir Stock. The creditors of the Company cannot be put off any langer. S. F. COODE, Prest. .Tan 31 tC 3 Just Received, i, BBLS. and Half Barrels No. 3, MACKE. U REL. Also, A few Kits, quarter and half bbls No. 1, Mackec rel. J. SIBLEY & SON. Hamburg, Jan 24 tf 2 'Notice. A..LL Persons indebted to the Estate of WV. Ri .Moss, dee'sI., are requnested to make immedi ate payment, and those having denmands aguinst said Estate, will present them properly attested. W. HI. MOSS, Adz'or. A gg 17 tf 31 Planters, Notice This. TIHE FINE YOUNG JACK Bolivar, will .stand the present Spring Season at his own Stable only, at $10 to insure a live Colt. Any per son putting a mare and trading her before the fact is ascertained whether she is in foal or not will be held respoosiblgfor the moneyv. All possible core will he taken to prevent accidents, but I will not b~e responsible for any should they occur. W. L. PARKS. Muar T 5t* Administrat or's Notice, A LL Persons having any demands against the Estate of John L. Richardson, dee'd., are noe tied to reader them in legally attested,.within three months from this date; and those indchted will please make! early payment, ps the parties izt terested are desirous that the Estate should be brought to a speedy close D. R. DURISOE, Adu'or. Mai 7 nl Notice ! A SPLENDID SADDLE and.