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FURNITURE AND CARPET
WARE-ROOMS. C. A. PLATT& C 0., BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA. IAVING enlarged our Establishment to an extent not equalled in the Southern country. we are now prepared to furnish articles of our own and Northern manufacture at prices that cannot fail t1- give iatisfaction. Our Ware-Rooms are always tilled with the Crretest Nrarity OFTIIE LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE F URNITUR0! Connected with our Ware-Rooms, we have a large establishment, thn imachinery in whieh'is driven hy steam power, %there we can at tlie shortest no tice., manufacture any article not usually kept on kand. In our Furniture Department, which embraces three Stories, can be found Every Article of the latest Desip, and we particularly request tall persons to look be- r fore purohasing elsewhere, an we guarantee to du . plieate any article at Charleston prices. We also have on band a splendid Stock of Tapestry, Brussels. Ingrain, Wilton, Three-Ply, Dutch Hemp and Cotton CARPETS, CRUMB CLOTHS and DRUGGETS, t (all sizes and widths,)* 'CURTAIN STUFFS. Damask, Lace and Muslin Curtains, Gimps, Cords, Tassels, Cornices, Bands and Pins of the greatest variety. Rugs, Door Nats and Stair Rods, (of all qualities.) FLOOR AND TABLE OIL CLOTHS, Of all.widths, vmd of high reptation as to style and quality, dest toit ay sifwim eentry in one = I f The attention of buyers is respeetully re quested to the above, whioh comprise the best and 4 largest assortment ever offiered in this city. C. A. PLATT, J. B. PLATT. N. B. ADAM. Augusta, October 1, 1855. . Undertaking. J AVING added to our extensive Cabinet Es tablishiment a CoffiW Wareroom, we are now prepared to. frnish FISK'S celebrated METALIC BURIAL OASES and COFFINS of every size - and style. of finish at the shortest notice. Orders at night or on Sunday, will receive prompt attention if left at Mr. J. B. PLATT'S residence on Ellis Street, in rear of the store. C. A. PLATT & CO. Augusta, Oct 1 4m 38 FALL TRADE! POP UL-ARPRICES. WARD, BURCHARD & CO, AUGUSTA, GA., ARE now opening their FALL and WINTER 1. supplies of C H OIC E FAMILY D RY GOODS, selected with great care from recent Im portations, and oomprising' em ortment which for ICHNESS, IARIEt AN, EXTET, is not usually foeas a bhget. Antheyqow have the reputation of sellin~ ist Class Goods upon a MUGH LOWERSCALE OF i'IGE$ than thcy have been usually brought here, they beg to assure their friends in Edgefield District that they intend to keep up this standard of And to KEEKP DOWN P - ES to a fair remun nerative prolit. - lr To Cashb and prompt paying customers, and to none others, we shall of'er great inducements to visit our establishmtent, Our Stock consists in part of the followmng. . Dress Goods, RICEI VELVET BROCADE SILKS; .llorio Antigue SILKS, in black and colors; New and beautiful'shades of Plain and Ripped SILiiS, very heavy and rich ; Plaid and Striped SILKS in great variety; Ulack Italian and Taffita SILKS; Silk Robes, Satin Turk, Casluneses, DeLaines; A ineline Cloths, Plaid Stoffsj French and English MERINOS, all shades ; Plevin DeLaiaes, Persian Cloths; English. French and American CA LICOES and G ING HAMS, Calico ROBES, &.; Black IBombazines, Canton Crapes; Canton Cloths. Black Challies and Alpaccns ; EMh;ROIDERIES and LACE Goods of every .description ; EV ENING DRESS GOODS in every variety. Mens' and Boys' Wear. CLOThS, CASSIMERES, SATINETS, VE.ST INGS, TWEEDS, &c. BA~,For Family Use, n iWHITNEY and ROSE BLANKI:.TS; Linen and Cotton Sheetings ; Pillow Case Linens and Cottons; Re.?, White, Grey', Green, Blue,'Welsh, Saxony, and Domiestie F[ANN ELS; Table I tamasek. Doylies, Napkins, Towelings; ' Wine Cloths,s Fruit Cloths; Lace and Muslin Curtains, Curtain Materials; Coked and White Dimities ; Hluckaback and Birds Eye Diapers, &c. - ~ ROPlantation Goods. NI'GOBLANKETS, Georgia and Kentucky Plains, Coitan Osnaburgs, Georgia Strip'es, &c. Gil@Ordersfilled with-the most carefutattention, and all Goods Warranted. 'WAR D, RURCHARD & CO. A ugusta, Septl I8, . f 36 Water Proof Ware-House, HAMBURG,8. C. THlE bseriber bis taken the ware-HSfoamerly eupiel by Mr..em Usuxa, Sr., and bystrict attentioni to business he hopes to merit a iberal share of the patronage of. the generous public of the upper and Cotton-grow The Ware~ House is ab~ove high water markc, and more secure from Fire than any other Ware House in Town. I will also attendi to receiving and forwarding G.oods, &c., intrusted to my care. C. HI. KENNEY. U~anrg, Sept 1st, 1855. tt 34 C'~ Independent Press will copy one month and or ward account to C. HI. K. Notice. A L L Persons indebted to the Estate of Jacob B. Smith, are requested to make payment, and :a!l having demanadi againsttheame wIll hand thenm in prg aerly attested. BENJAMIN WA LDO, ' G E. A. A DIlSON. ' Ex'ors. A e f 30 Gum Elastic Rot Water Bags aid HjUSPTA L C[USHIONS-for sale by A . (G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists. .May 23 tf 19 A large Lot of Glass Ware. rFINCT URE and Speeie Stands from one gallon ..to half pint, assorted; Vials ami Bottles, all sizes. Also, a few Thter m:ometers,--ror sale by A . G. & T. J. TE AGUE, Druggists Mav23 tf 19 Oupping Oases and scarificators, .L kinds. Alsa, Lsaootad a great variety .r. o Surgical Iastraienu fe sale by A. G.M&.J. UE, Diggub. Inks, Inks I j )bLACK, Blne, Indelible and Carmine, for sale I) by A. G. &T..J. TR AGUE, Druggists. May 23 tf 19 Nursing Bottles. . NEW and improved Style-Also, Nipple A. Glasss Breanst Pipes and Pumps, Nipple shield., Teeting Rig,&. . For sale by. A. G. & T.. GUE, Druggists. May 23 - fr 19 Flavoring Extrets,. L ARGE variety-for sale by 2. A.G. & T. J. T E A G UE, Druggists. e M1ay- t' f 19o Spartanburg Female College. J j. WOFFORD TUCKER, Esq., President and 'rofessor of English Literature. REV. SAMUEL B. JONES, Professor of daghlenaties and Natural Soience. .--, Professor of Aneient Languages. MISS PIlmEBlE PAINE, Modern Languages, nd Assistant in English Department. MR. WILLIAM SClEIRZER. Profeisor of ritmie. PRIMARY DEPAR FMENT. Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, English Gramnar a' nd Geography. COLLEGIATE COURsE. First Class-lRuglish Grammar, (reviewed,) Lritbmetic. (continued,) Geogiaphy. (with Maps, E ontinued,) Outlines of History, Engliash Compo- h ition. 0 SorsoonE CL.ss. Rhetorie, Logic, Composition, (continued,) Bota- Fo y, Algebra, History, (continued,) Latin, (commen-t ed.) JuNroa CLAS. tio History, (continued,) Latin, (oontinued,) Geome ry, Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, Moral Philo- f. ophy. Sta S oa C.Ass. Stc Trigonometry, (with its applications.) Latin, (con- y inued.) French, Astronomy, Mental Philosophy, f.videnlces of Chritianity. Instruction in English Composition and Analysis, vie ontinued through the whole course. to TuITIoN FFEs AND INCIDEN'rAL EXPENSEs. ou Tuition for College course, proper, embracing all bl be studies enumerated, per Term of one sesheastic I ear, payable half yearly* in advance......$40 00 ro Miterc EXTRA, Faa Tuax oF oNE YeAR. On Piano......................... $40 00 Guitar............................ 25 00 Use of Piano,............ Soo Contingent........................ 2 00 Primary Departmnt, per Term of one year, paya le as above,.................... ..... 20 00 Board on the Campus. under the direction of the )ieers of the Institution, per month, including all ti xpenses of Lights, Fuel, Vashing, &c., $12 00 ayable at the end of each half year. Text Book can be furui.hed, if desirable, at cost iriees. E The ~above includes all charges. No other aes, ordinary or extraordinary, n ill be chargekd for ny or all the branches enumerated. This Institution went into operation on the fourth Tednesday in A UGUST last, and will end its first rerm on the fourth Wednesday in DECEMBER. G qon-resident Pupils will be required to board on he Campus, except in a special class of cases provi led for by a resolution of the Board. S. BOBO, President of the Board of Trustees. J. HI. War.soN, See'ry. Oct 31 2m 42 en ses lhA.BO3iZ40 an Female Collegiate Institute, d AT COKESBURY. of rIIS Institution will be open for the reception of Pupils on the first Monday in January next, md close the last- day in September, making one ong Term of Nine Mouths. The Faculty will Ai :onsit of fEi ir. F. A. CONNOR, A. M., PRESIDENT AND PaoFEssoR oF NATURAL SCIWNCE AND MATIEMAT- ar Ics, &C. L [IEv. T. E. WANNAMAKER, A. M., PRUFRssOR in OF MORAL PnYLOsOPnY, EvIDENCE oF Cias- of TIANITY AND BELLE LE-raEs. k.In. E. L.EGER, PaOFEssOR OF MCsac AND MOD saxs LANGUAGEs. O1 ifhssMARY E. SNEAD, !Nsmnvc-rnEss PaIN- ma aNG, Essotoriay, &C. upi The.Board of Trustees have secured the services Pi >f a Faculty composed of worthy Master Mason., G4 ttninent for purity of character, and high literary arl tttainments, whose every eft'ort will be to educate p1i roung ladies so as to adorn any .sphere in life. Our new Masonic building will be completed by rei :he opening of the Term, and the Board intend als 'uishing it with every appertenatnce necessary to :he acquisition of an educatio.n of the htighest order. a:i As they have determtinted that this Iustitution shall ie second to none, so they confidently expect the mneou ragentent and patronlage of an enlighltenetd ,ublic.] For any information necessary, we refer to our Dircular, or to any member of the Committee, or P'resident of the Faculty. TI J. K. VANCE. B.Z. IIER NDON, Committee. F. F. GA RY.) Cokesbury, Oc:t 2(1, 10Lt ____41 Patent Metalic Burial Oases ! T H E Subscrib~er has always on hand, at his Fur niture Establishment, a large assortment of hese valuable air-tightt und indestructable Cases, 'or prese*rvintg the Decad for ordinary itermettt, for raults, for transportation, or for atny other deswirable O] purpose. . 1 have also on hand, an article of a different form md finish front those heretofore furntished, for thte iurpose of meeting more fully the taste atnd desire of those who are tnot altogether pleased with the ;hape and appearattee of the former style. They ,. itre composed of the same IMPEI&ISIIAI1LE MA-I I'ERIA LS, while the exterior shape and flnish is in ny resemblance of the most beautiful and highly POL-. * ISHIED ROSE WOOD. The assortment comprizing A LL SIZES, from an l,, infant up to the largest size person, nll of which will su be sold on reasonable terms. J. M. WIT Sep t 26 tf .37 Ipr R E 0 VA Lat Of' the Tin Manufactury," N E AR Di. R. T. M IM S' T AN Y A RJD! cn T HE Subscriber would respectfully inform thte an ..citizens of Edlgefield atnd the surrounding Dis tricts, that he has removed to his residence, where he has recently erected a large and commodious Shop, and is now prepared to carry on the 0 [N A LL ITB BRANClhES, such as Manufactu ring Tin Ware for Merohants, ROOFING, GUT rERING, and all mnane of JOB WORKC. Always on hand a general assortment of TIN AND JAPAN WARE ! 1ET Merchants supplied at shortest notice and on the most reasconable terms. Orders solicited. C. L. REFO. Oct3 tf 37 HOSPITAL FOR NEGROES,. AT AUGUSTA, GA. vtu FH E Undersigned would call the attention of the 0 Icitizens .of Edgefield antd Abbevitle Districts th :o their INFIRMA RY for SICK NEGROES and hose requiring SURG!CA L OPER~ATIONS. to While the completeness of our arrangements iff'ords to the patietnt every comtfort, it also enables by as to render more efficient treatment to Chronic enC Datses, than can generally be secured in ordinary >rivate practice. Our special neommodations foi. an he mnagemnent of Chronic diseases of females, so ommnon in Negroes, are ample and complete. Termas. ror Nursing, Boarding and Lodging, pr mon. 810 "or Trcatment,-The ordinary rates of practice. I[7 Commnunications addressed to us at this place vill meet with prompt attention. HI. iF. CAMPBELL, Surgeon, RI. CA MPBEL L, A ttending Physician.j Augusta, A pril 30 .tf 16 he .NotiCC. an kLL Persons indebted to me by Note or Ac - count are requested to call and settle them on OF -r before the first January next, as I shall plaoe all anpaid accounts after that date in the hands of an Di )fficer. My business for the future will be cotn lueted on the Cash, principle entireLy-and all work At eft with me must be paid for on delivery, as I pre. er doing uo business at all in preference toa Credit A uimins. HI. A. GRAY. Dee 19 4t 49 H -Notiee. d A LL Persons indebted to thte Estate of John C t ~1A llen,, dee'd. ,are requested to settle up prompt-. r, and those having demands arc hereby notified to ender thenm in itmmediately. W. S. SMYLY, A dm'i.r. Dec26 9t 50 Lost. . [ OST in the Village of Edgefieldl or on tihe toad g .. leadinlg to, Mr. Gesns on fTtesday hast, a pai iSILVER .SPECTACLES, recently purchased iDr. Gediona. The finder will be lihemlly re ward-. J I by delivering them at this Oflice. t Dcc, 12 tfr a s. NEWBY & CC WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -DEALERS WN READY-MADE HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, OARPET BAGS, ko, N. NEWBY & CO., under the I e S. Hotel, AuausrA. Ga., are now receivit opening the LARGEST, BEST and MOE SHIONABLE ASSORTMENT of 'ALI... A.IVT: WVIV1%TT30E READY-MADE CLOTHING. ER offi-red in the City of Augusta, comprisit R '-t'N'VAy rf E TY of PURNISING ARTICLES r Gcntlemen and Youth's Wear, which for a ior QUAL1TY or MANUFACTURE eann urpassed in this or any other Market. In ai ito which,we will weekly receive FBEME SVUPPMENS n our House in New York. We also keep o: itly on hand a LARGE AND SPLENDI ek of, mth's & Children's'Clothin! W-Country Merchants and ALL PERSO3 ting Augusta will certainly find it to their intert mxamine our Stock, as we are determined to off - Goods to the trading public on the most reaso terms. N Thankful for the past kind and liberal pr age that we have received from the citizens gefield and the adjoining Districts, we hope rit a continuance or the same. J. M. NEWBY & CO. !ugusta, Sept 24, tf 36 -0 H11E Undersigned have associated with them the Ready-Made Clothing Business, Mr. DAY and WM. S. WISE, and will contin same under the name of J. M. NzwiY & Co. HORA & NE WBY. ug 1,1855. tf 37 ALL TRADE :o: H, L CUNNINGHAM & CO., LOCERS AD PROVISIO MERCHANT! ANT) DEALEP.S IN FOREIGN WINES & LIQUORS, HAMBURG, s. C. VE take this opportunity of returning thaT to our patrons and friends for the very libel ouragenent and favors we have received I eral years post, and respectfully solicit a conti e of the same. Our highest aim1s, and best 4 vors will be to merit and deserve the patrons our old customers, friendla and the public ger ly, by conducting our bu.siness as we have do retofore, and increasing our reputation for Low Prices and Fair Dealing, id making it to the decided advantage of all w or us with their trade. rhe increased patronage we have received a contirrually receiving has induced us to BUY tfRGE and WELL ASSORTED Stock of Goo order to meet the growing demands and inre trade. The Superior Quality all Goods offered to the Public at this establi! t, is .co well known that very little need be si .,n this subiject. But with the unity oIf LO FCE8. and the VERY BEST QU ALITY 4 )ODS, is the system of business thme subscrib Sdetermined to carry out. This will be made cable to every branch of their business. Our Goods in all instances will be what thcy >resented to be-and when sol by sample, sll rays be in e'nformity with the sample. We are cons.antly receiving and have in St, OMPLETE~ ASSOlTM ENT of G R OCE R I E S, -consisting of OAF, CRII~FED. CLA RFIED, ST. CR01: AND ORLEANS SUGARS, ORLEANS SYRUP & CUBA 310LASSES, ~NNESSEE A ND) ALTIOR E IA CON, LAi SODA, STA RCII, SOAP, CA NDLES, HTE WVINE AND APPLE VINEGARS, & -Also A large assortment of VINES AND LIQUORI esising of Pipes, Half Pipes and Quarter Caski MPO)RTED B3RANDIES the following; celebrated Brands and Vintag Otard, Dupy & Co., 1838, 1814. 1547. Alex. Signett, 1852, 1855. . Mairtel & Co., 1847. Azarat Signett, 184.. .1. D lupy, 1848. ..D HORDE&AUX & CIIAMiPAGNE lIIIANDIJ ~ADEIRA, PORTl AND) SHERRY WINES HIOLLAND) GiN. JAMAICA ANI) STl. CROIX RUMlS. GIIISON'8 EAGLE W HllS K E Y, AND Donesic Lignors of all kimds E AftaAsNEErs of our Store are such as ske this Establishmnent in fact the substitute of1 Jar of every consumer. IOTELS and persons wanting small assori s of Choice Wines and. Liquors for special oec n, can be supplied at the shortest notice. COUNTRY TR ADE supplied at the wholes cs. FMILIES ean comma~nd the best Table Wii very low prices, as also the cheapest sorts ines and Liquors for enlinary purpose.. PiYSICI ANS requiring fine Liqjuors for me prmposes are particularly solicited to call and iine our Stock. We keep constantly on htand a Saddles, Bridles, Martingales, Whips, Sadt Blankets, Bed Bllan~kets, several Gasees of tine Sewed and Pegged Boots and Shoes, La dies, Misses and Children's Shoes, Waterproof Hunting and Ditch er's Boot's, Boys and Men's Brogans from No I to 15, Fur, Wool and Silk Hats, Cloth, Plush and Fancy Cups,. Osnaburgs, Sheetings, Shirtings, Stripes, Georgia Plains, Gunny an Dundee Bngg'~ing, Bale Rope.' Twine, &c., &c. We solicit CASH ORDERS from parties iting our Town, and will endeavor in all inste 'to satisfy in every particular, all who .coniil ir orders to us. Persons visitin. this Market are earnestly solicil give us a call before they make their purchas e are determined1 to make it to their advanin selling them their supplies LOWER than thi buy them elsewvhero. E7 We will give the~ market price~ for Cotth i every other kind of produce ol'ered. H-. L CUNNINGHAM, HENRY SOLOMON. Elamburg, Sept 18 _tf 36 EE EDGEFIELD B00T AND 8I0 MANUFACTORY ! 'HE Subscriber most rcspect .fully informs his friends that is till at the same old Stand, I makes to order, .Bo ot s an d Sh oe s THE BEST MATERIAL. AN'D WORK(MANISHI lso, on hand, a very finoassortment of ess, Double Soled Water T'roof and tjuilt Bottom BOOS 4as usual, a variety of those FlIE PUM BOOTS, so much and so justly admired. of which, In future, he will sell att the Loul I Prfces for CASH anmd CASR ONL1 will strictly adhere to this rule in every Instant earnstly trusts that NONE will expect him art from it. - WM. McEVOY. ept 25 tf 37 For Sale, 'WO Grade Devoun Bull Calves. Als a few Grade Grazier and Sufireek Pigs. iinquiro at this Ofiee. ug 211 tf 32 Ivanic Batteries & magneto Electri Machines, UIST received, and for sale by A. 0. & T. .1.. T EA GUE, Druggists. Fall Trade, 1855! CRAY BROTHERS B EG to inform their friends nnd the public, Ant they continue the DRY GOODS business in all its branches, at thefr old stand, 200 BROAD STREET, Where they are now receiving a full and complete assortment of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, T Purchased from the most eminent Importers aIId Dealers, on such terms as will warrant us in guar L anteeing those who may favor us with'their trade, :s good Goods, at as f1ir prices, as can be obtained in Georgia or South Carolina. ig Among our assortment will be found the richest DRESSG %OOD Or TE RAON, SUCH AS nt Elegant Moir 'Antique Graduated SILKS: Satin, 'Striped and Plaid Moir 'Anti, ue SILKS; Splendid Satin Plaid SILKS, new styles; Plaid Chene SILKS, elegant new styles; Low priced colored SILKS,of every description; a- Black SILKS, In all widths, very cheap ; D Bisebof's Red Letter bl'k SILK, beat imported; French MERINOS, all colors, very low priced: English CASHMERES, COBURGS, PAU 9 METTOS; S Rich Plaid WOOLEN GOODS,very desirable; ,at French Muslin DELAINES. solid colors: er Figured Muslin DELAINES and CASH _MERES, very cheap: BOMBAZINES, Lupin's best make, full assort ment: o- Black ALPACCASvery ch ap. some extrafine; of do CHALLYS and DELAINES; to do POPLINSand Watered SILKS; CLOA KS of the very newest and most elegant designs, in Cloth, Velvet and Moir 'Antique, from the most popular Emporiums of N. Y. Embroidered and plain Crape SHAWLS - Long and Square Woolen HAWLS; in Extra line and large BLANKETS; C. Low prioed fine do 20 Negro BLANKETS and KERSEYS, of su perior guality, and exceedingly low priced: OSN ABURGSand STRIPES, factory prices: Bleached HOMESPUNS, of the b: st water and wiretwist factories ~ Sea Island Brown HJOMESP UNS; HOSIERY of every description, for Ladies', Gent's. Youths' and Misses': EMBROIDERIES, of the finest kind; Fine White FLANNELS, frout low.priecd to exti'a fine: Heavy all wool Red FLANNELS. .heap; Kentucky JEANS and SA TINETS; Fine French CASSIMERES; CALICOES, GINGHAMS and CHECKS; ke - Damask NAPKINS and TOWELS; ral Superior 10-4 Double DAMASK; 4 Heavy 8-4 White and Brown DAMASK, &c. u- With a full and complete assortment of all Goode . usually keit in Dry Goods Houses, to which wi ge. would reepectfully invite the attention of the public GRAY BROTHERS. ne Augueta, Oct 1 tf 38 CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY ho EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C. THE Subscribers nd continue to build to order, and of the is, BEST 31ATERIA L that can be procured, e Oarriages, Buggies, &c., OF EVERY STY.E ANDDEsCRvrrios. They alsokeel constantly on hand a tine and varied assortment of h- New anid Seconmd-Uanad Carring es ( FREPAIR1NG neatly and promptly attend ed to. Thankful for past patronage, they hiope by givini due attention to their business and the interests P-their customers, to continue to recei've a libcral saa' or public favor. C. MlcGR EGOR, tre F. L. SMIH. a lMar 28 tf 11 reCarpenter's Sheet System' OFv Cutting lAdies' Dresses and (Gentlemen Coats and Sacks,-also. V.sts. P'untuons atn Gaiters, together with Youths, Boys miul tirl *Garments of all kinds andt styles, will be tughitt Ladies and Gentlemen by,' ID Few Plain, Easy and Simple Rules So as to learn them to cut with E A S E ngd SII any of the above mentioned Garmnents. e. The Copyright of thin State has been aesignedi Gzo. S. MChIcN an. Co., or this lace. Persons wishing to asail themnselves of this Sys~ tern or wanting information will call or leave thei ~,orders at Mrs. MicNzr.'s Mtillmner :ltablishument. of GEO. S. MicNEIL & CO. Edgefleld C. 11., Mlay 3) .ly 20 cLightning Conductors. TIIOSE of our citizens, who desire to prote( their houses, barns, &c., from lightning, wouh do well to try OTIS' IMPIROVED) P'ATN] LIGilTNING CONDUJCTO1ts. .Uy applicatioi to the subseriber, Agent at this plnee, they can pro cure these rods and all necessary tixt:ures, an'l .-whaut is moire, have them well 1'ut up, alj at. noder ate charges.- These Conductors have becen- pinen over the Court Ilouse and Jail by the Cummisson ers ot Public Buildings. They are the best, de,:ided ly, yet invented. S. S. BOY CE, AeS. to A pril 4 . tf _12. he Admniastratorw Notice. A LL Persons anywise indebted to the Suberi ed -j ber, either by Note or Aoeonnt, are requested re- to pay up, as I am determined to close up my busi ness. All persmons failing to comply with the above ale notice had better lookout. WILSON ABNEY. ue Sept 20 _____36 * L osat -Nthe Road between Edgetield Village and 'in) -house on Saluda Biiver, on Tuesday hast, smatll POCK ET D)IARiY, with a menmorandlum eo weather, &c., and containing about One Hlundred Dollars in Unnk Bills. A liberal reward will he paid for the delivery 01 l~e the same to tme, or to Mr. W. P. Butler, at lI.ge field Village. ' A. L. DEARING. July 10 tf 26 Land Warrants. THE Subscriber wishes to buy LAND W AR. RANTS, and '. ill give the, highest Cashi prices for them.R. HI SUL LIV AN. August 1 tf ~ 29. Caution to all. At LL Persons in anywise indebted to thmeSubscri n- C.bers, either individually or colleetively.nzre de hereby forewarned to settle tup at an early date, otherwise they will certainly have to settle with at ed A ttorney. We have a largte amount .r money i us, raise in a given time, and are necessarily compelled go to pursue this course. rTke heed, therefore, all ym ey whoanre interested. J. Hf. JENNINGS, W. D. JIENNINGS. in, Sept 6 tf 34 DRUGS, 1MEDICINES, &c. DRS. A. G. & Tr... TEAGUE, respect Dfully iaform their friends axnd patrons that they have just received their FRESH Stock of E eand Genuine Drugs, &c. And will be pleased to wait upon all who may tavor them with their patroage. kSpace will not allow us to give a Catalogue in thhu place of our Stoek of Drugs. Medicines, &c. Sur flee it to say, we have the F1UILJLE STand MOST COMPLETEl' Stock ever offered in this place. Edgefield C. 11L, May 23 tf 19 English Prints, d. hTL LIAMl SHEAR, Augusta, Georgi, VThas just received from New York a supply ? of English PRINTS, of neOw and beautiful styles, suitable for the Fall season. Also, superior M1erri m unck and other American PINTS, of the latest r- styles. e, Augusta, Oot 2 tf 38 to--- - Teacher Wnated - 'OR Horn's Creek Academy. The app~liefnnt J2must be well versed in the DAlodern and Ancient Langages. None need apply unless they enn come o, well reoommaended. W ASU. W ISE, 'JOIIN FAIlt. Oct 2 tf 38 rustees. - " Economny is Wealth !" C (.OOD clean Rags of every deription will be p.Alurelmased at tho " Advertiher Ohlier." Price, 24 etspe Ipo und. Now, here's a chnce for ailmos. every body, and oldl bachelor's to', t" tm nmony. FOREMAN'S IRO Ae .THE REMEDY FOR' T HE attention or the Planters of Edge JUSTLY CELEBRATED and VEEi PLOW I I have purchased the right for Edgefteld Dial Edgefield C. If., and also of Rouaisoi & JA From Certificates in my possession, I am RIOR FOR ALL PURPOSES. Its dumbi soiling our old worn out lands, makes it the MOST DESIRABLE I Q7 Any person wishing to try them can d may return them without charge. Nimirmt C. H., Sept. 12, 1855. STARTIING, BUT TRU. WARNING TO EVERY SENSIBLE WOMAN Why Femuales Suaffer ia Health. No womal '-r dielicy is willing to disclose e9 peellm ailmraents iieeit ii ier sex, even toa moSt insnaDo family 'hi-i miales!v t-d maletlinev Is Implanted by atura, and a-irher shituld 'nor nveal be suibjected to the rude shoeks Is rvitable in raakin; known o the othersex thuea a"ltule.v Iliin ing excluisivelv to the femuale. kxcept in extrrine ente, her seneltivemses win noeriles her health rather than her delicacy. The consequences are serious, lamentable, and th-bloeg. Thus wha:t at first could have been easly remedled, or i perhap better still, not imurred. bowntes a sompilessit of disease, not only ruining the health of thu mother, ad em bitlering her days by Ackness and saferlag, but entallieg broken coustlitutions upon her children, and embarrassing, not ditAressing, the business and pecualary prospets of the husband. Let every -nrsible woman T.I ms E R VnNl 1A. TIeE, I (as thouisat-ls have o.ane) by the biter experience and safe ings o.fothers, of the lreadful consequences she entails upon ierself and those endeared to her, by her Ignoranee of the sinlest aii plainest rules of health as enaneded will the tutirriue state, the violation of which entalls disease, eager ingunl sery. iow muany ire siffering from obstruction or Irregularities .poeniar to the f.-male system. which unlermine the health, the r-teets af whihli they are ignorant, rinl lor which their dklieerfraby e.kigv nitallcai nelvice! How many sufer fr..m i-orr/a isua e ao t uallig t the wonib.) or from jfuor yaeMwen-ness, debility. )l li..w many are Ia constant agniy .ar aniu mthits preedingconfinemen! How many haave .llilcult, If nait dangerous delIverIes, and slow ad an ceritan recaiveries I Ta th.- qrrestiona, how arc these to be preventdl what .thal!l be don ,e 7 a thaaiawer is .almnple. Leat every w~aataonn ascertaan for haerself, withoutt vIolence to Iher dleliency.the~ ranmare and! character of the allment (to whleh shte ars a feale l~a subjaieet)the causiesfromt which it maay arlse, an th..la' jaropjer remeadies for its cure and future prevenien. Thisde hen doil bltly pssaeaaing a lIttle volume (already *poaawetaed~ lby thaantetniels) which tells hier what ira the matter', atal tells tier what tao dt fear It, In shnple bat chaste words, a.l a.:ehi as a.he canl uniderratnd. Th'lis tlle .eluaane is ettte~d THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE DIEDICAL COMPANION, BY]3. UR. A. M. MAURICEAU, I PROFEssoK O F D ISE A SE OF oWwOMEN. One Hundredth Edition, (500,0)00) 18 mo., p. 250. [ON FtNK t'AP~ER, EXTIIA flNmmNG, $1,00.) A srta:'laird wrk o.f eal~lishea.a reputtatio~n, found elassed,. Ira the ':altaeiar aila the gr.a Tradte Sates Int New-York, Platti lpinra :ab.l ather ~eities. :ai.t sold lay thte principal boo~kselier'. in the U'nlteed autes. It was 11rst plihed In Five' I undIred Thous~and Copies liave beaen saohi, of( which threre were upawards of -ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND SENT BY MAIL, att..wating the hIgh ettiatlin int whIch itls held as a rellable BOOK FOR EVERY FEMALE, the rrlaaahr hiaving devoaeel hais exclusive attenitlun to the tren'tanentl aof Ca aitrilats peenrlinr to fenatalesa, Ina res'pect to which hae i. yeairly contstuled by thatmnads, botha In person an.ia l.y hlitlrr Iere avae w'anan can er lbreover, by comparing tier own synpalom~Is with Ih-meat atescribed, thme nature, character, causes at.ranad the paraaa.r raemt.alles li.r. tier consapinilnas.. Tha I Iwit' :rhout baaenuning a mnlier tas often need of In ,.:rutaaaaI ianlalicer af the utnmst lmportaace toa her future !lhealuh, wiill timai such lintroductinr :anat advice, arid also ex I p!:nn manary aaty~~ttms which aotherwise weaula ocestiaon ax |iety aar ralarmi.':s raIl the peentliaritiea luceident to her sItuation . r. la.seri beda. !htis tat caursa' implraicticable tat convaey fully the varIous -Lthjects tra rteel af, a they are of a natutre .etrictly Intended -ihr the umart Ites ior ltaose caantmpllaan mrrahltte. Thae reve -lital a titon tcotaned int its pagest' hrave p~roved ni blersinug to thou :ia.l, a. Iheta inaanrabrlle letterst receiveh by the authoar(whlch he is aarmitted~ by thea winaters tao puablish) will attest. jaa.!,aat of aa I.,'.. from a gaultena nn. Duq~fom, Otdo. DAnrox, Mfay 1, I47 a- My wit'a- ha been perceptibly slakIng for some three yearsaaor mttai. tm conrsequencee of hear great anguIsh and auf. I iring atanne mnths baetre anal during confinemuent; every I atecessiaave tone mor~le anal more debIlltated and prostrated hetr, pauitingr her life itn imnaent danger, and whlen was on the lest occasion dlesaredt if. I supparsedl that this state of things was inevitable, and rei'igned mayself to meet the worst. At this time (tnow atoaut twia montha) I heard your hook liitly apo.'en of. as cotairtnlng some ntters reachIng my case. Oin its rece'r ipt la(petrusl, I cananot express to you the relief it alforaledt nay liatressted maind, and Ifme joy he pages Imptlartaed taa my wlfe~ jn hetning that thec great dIscovery of Mt. M. D~esomaneaux proavided a remedy. It opened a pros. pacet ta me wlhl-h I little eincelveut was possIble. No peco niarycottsklaeirrniant can over repay the oibligahtsl In under to. yau, far haaviang !>ecn thte means of Itmparting to usn the r'atrr ota~r i eaanedh inaaThe Married Womlan's Private MedI e at Comannlaf.e hail, for thIs,eore another year would have pase.1arvermy hiead, in all human prnbabitity toy wIfe would hiae beentaj fier graive ranal any childrena left moiherlese." [ut conieelnce, aaf thle untiverail appularity of the work, as vidhenaced lay Itsaatraaar.linanry stae. variaaus lampositione have anati tanitll'td, ras well on iraaakellers as ona thte publIc, by imtin!ias ,af ltiet ae spaurh.iaa editions, aid surreptItIous ifringemtents of' capyrigat. nana aothe'r deviceand deceptIons, it hra. been faamnaa netcetenry theareforo T0 CAUTTION TRE PUtfd tao baity n'a bosk atnk-aa tha words "liDr. A. it. Mauaeusti, 19i L'ibaerty Street, N. ?." Isamo (and thte entry In the Cleark's EtatOl the back of) the title puce: and buy only taf respee. table aidI honoraltle dealersa or senad by mull, and address to Dr. .t. M. Mauric'ean. -~ Upon receIpt of Obgx DOLLrAK "TIlE MARRIED WaIMtN's PRIIVATE MEDICAL; COM1PANION" Issent (maila/a fr-a) toa any part of the Unltedt Stales, the Canadas anda hlriti.--h 'riolinces. All letters mural be post-palid, and aachrssea tao Dr. A. Mi. MAIItiCEAU, box 1224. New York Cilc. l'rrhtiahain;: 4 lieh', Noa 129~ Litbertl e Sreet, New York. W./"Far saile ott Agenicy Iu thIs Village by Mrl. 0. L. Pl-3N. Agent. Ilec1i 8m* 48 BOOTS AND SHOES. r allE Subscriber htaving loarnted permanently an I.the Store net door to ilir. R. Hi. SULLvAN, is prepared to mtake to order line BOOTS AND SHOES, A t thre shoartaest notlice. anad of the very BEST MA TERI.\ L. Ie hop~tes by faitul work and close attention to busnaess toi be able to please all who may favor him with theair partronge. I will refer to Mir. S. F. GOODE, who is my gusr. dian. in) all matters of btusines'rs. ja 4RYMAN lKEMP. JIulyS 18-tf 2 .Notice '"his ! A S the Esatate of Thomas Morris, dee't., will ti1. prove insolvent, 1 hereby give notice that a fial settlement will be mtadae on said Estate on the thirdl Monay in .lnuary next (1856.) in the Ordi nnry's Otlic'e, rat .ldtgefield C. H. Those indebted wili pleatse maake panymeant and thoase having demands will present thmem by the above time, or they will be preluded. ill. W. GLA RY, Adm'or. Nov.1 St45 LI.tha~a Notice, LLtseindeb-ated to me as Agent for .lohn and t cont as lontger indulgence cannot be given. Also, thoaset indebted to myself, as I am obliged to hatve mouney topay tty debts. B3.C.BRYA N. Nuv27 10t 46 ICorna Meal and Roinuy L4W A YS for sale alt the Sub~eriber's residence. De 1lia. 6l~ m 50 Physicians' Buggy Trunks and Pocket l:' I)ICINEC CASES-fiar ranle by di A (1 & T1. .J. TJ A iTU , Druggista. S ....a o-3 tr I ! PLOW STOC! MORN OUT LANDSI Reld District is respeetfufy ealled to t *-VALUABLE TOCKI riet, and they can be had at my SHOP cxaex, amberg, S. C., at 8A@ per Ste warranted in saying that It he NO WI ity, together with its pesdp Im fw d LOW NOW IN USE D so, and if they do not answer the S. F. =]"@Dr tf 35 NEW FALL AND Win 000s T R1 Subscribes, being new in receipt of Slook of Goods fhr tho Fall and Wintero tradt, (And thankfal fos The vesy liberal parweasge he "eforztnded I him) respetully solicita a. insane of that patroSge sad a en-i--i s his present ZsAZGU 43500 Is whieb may be found a SUPia*R ASOO0 MENT of BEAUTIFUL -wen As BLACK AND COLORED SILKS& French and English MERINOS; Figured,Printed and Plain all woolDsLAINE Black and Colored CHALLIES; Blaok and Colored GINGHAMS; A get variety of CALICOES and WORST DS not here mentioned; Jaconet, Swiss, DottedCh'k'd and Mall Musti Cambric and Swim TEIMMINGS; Chemisettes, Collare and tiaderliuws; Thread. Linen and Lisle Edgian, *&., No. Black CASSIMERE~ ,ATINETS, TWEEj and Kentueky JEA S Bleached mnd Brown SHEETINGS; * "U HOMESPUNS; Georgia PLAINS snd STRIPES; Marlboro STRIPES for Servants; Marseilles QUIL'IS; White and Red FLANNELS; A fine variety of Colored do. Bed, Cradle and Crib BLANKETS; A large supply of Negro do. An unusually large and excellent assertment Groceries, Hardware and Crocker: A fine and beautiful selection of BONNETS, HATS AND CAl A vcry large and splendid Steek or Gent., Ied Misses and Children's BOOTS AND SHOS5, with a full spply ofwell-made Plantation Drogans. Together with many other articles whieb ml here be mentioned, but the Subscriber trusts the above, as a general outline of his Stock, sufiece for the present. Willing at all times to show his Goods to who may favor him with a call, the tradin comr' nity are earnestly requested to ste in a exan for themselves. . . H. SU'LLIVAIN Sept 26, if 3 NEW CARIPETSTORE! JAMESG. BALIE, (LArEaor-ru iiaor na ua ar.) DIRECT IMPORTER 0 OAss3 KzNDa CARPETIJG, RUGS, FLOOR-OIL IA10M, &G., I L N E N G OOD S, Cartain Materiaaand.TiminI. - ca., &c. . 234 EIN lraUg, CIraULUINg, g. g, ig"'P. 8.-Ordere prmptly attended to. FRUITLAND NURSER TEN THOUSAND CHOICE TREES! THE SUBSCRIBER offers for Fall and Wim aiePlanting, (1855-'56) the following desira APPLES.-A aeleet list, et esar~lysem a late varieties, inelnd'n -an ef-eb jee a superior Southerna s5h iefeteser denss in BoutAera Cueltw-2Sente eaeh; 2* hundred. PEARS-Dwarfs and Standards, many cbs varieties, 50 cents each ; $40 per hundred. Es large trees,$l. PEACHES-A ncession from Jun. till Oc ber, including many ative se.edlings, 25ecents ese $20 per hundred. APRiCOTS, NECTARINES, PLUMS s CHERRIES, of the best varieties, 50 cents ene $40 per hundred. FIGS-Several choice varieties, including I Celestial, Alicant, Blak (Gehea, &e., &e., cents each. GRAPES-The genuine Cstewo., fbomn A2 Vineyards ; also, Weller's Beupperwnsg, &C. cents each* $40 pr hundred. QUJINC STeOrange variety, wet roes and strong Plants, at 25 eents. STRAWBERRIES-More t6ea thirty A~e varietles, Including alt the mast desirable. Tim Strawberry Pisats have been awarded the ,& Premaumat the two last Fsof the " Besess Central Agricultural SeeieIy." Pries, 50 cci per dozen, or from $1 to $3 per hundred. BLACKBERRIES-The genuine new Rehe or "Seaoor's Mamoh."~ Berries of eutre si and fine daver. Wet rested plaat 50 centes POMEGRANATES-The Sue-eid, or Sw, variety, at 25 and 50 eents each, acenediu teali OSAGE ORANGE PLANTS, for flein large quantity of vigorous Plants, ef i and 2yea growth, at $5 to $8 per thousand. OSIER, OR BASKET W!LLOW-Cuttings the famous'Beveri '' at $I0 prtosn, or i per single hundre. MateViag. at per thousand, or $1 p r edniu. 'These (hhh are also very valuable khepp1,w.es u old from the cutting. IL7 Orders will also be reellved foeeee 14 SES, ORNAMENTAL SHIRUIIS and TREE EVERGREENS, VINES and GREU-H.OUS PLANTS, &bo. C7 The various Railroads diergiga atme every direotios from &ugeas, afford mple faciliti for shippi' to an pert of the South. Trees a be eful p. ke andl forwarded by Expresa otherwise, wis safety and despsteh. C7 From middle of Octol'er until Arst of Fe61 ay is the proper time for tranzsplantng-the earli in winter the better. Purchasers will be 1irni ed with each (printed,) direetiona for the plani an mmnagem#Rt of Tress,. &o, as will (if strici folowed) insure success. Address D. REDMOND, Augusta, Ga. Octn 3 n a mo- 42 W E would CA the attntionofpbi s o~r NEW andWELELEOtokf SABUBT toUr , no At the old stad, 0 UMB31 TE ASGUSTA NOTEL, BROATrKET, Wherewe are prepared to supply al o in or line, at Redueed Prices, and UNSURPASSED QUALTy I We would invite purchanersto call befoyiog- * elsewhere, for we WARRANT a Large Deductio *om 6M Pro, WmanT a Sa.IJN. Aceusa, Sept.7, 1855. P. S.-Having made arrangements for oMra Supplies with the " Ezereier Manufacfr of* New York, it enables us to selat 0spreedei4 ow rates. I. Agsta,Sept 7 UTS AEB 61Bk erresss asso na., .0*) B2UEr, AI6SUTa, 0A.. t orAL3aMZA a* Are receiving their fall Stock of * 8T8, 8HES, TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAG@, fc., &ac. bis Oar Stoe will comprise all the metthemble ar tieles, and those thaten he recomamended for dure bility. Also, a large and superior lot of Men's Rip BROGANS and Women's Leathers at BOOTS. We fWe eesfident that we een show one of the DE" ASwORT oek 6f Gads tha h eer bees inerCity, sad uest or cst mers and disaditoghe mas d a es prehdag. Aug 19 31 33 WE. 0. PRICE & C0, - BRAPBS & TAILORS, Apta, crs&. H AVE ree-lved their FALL AND WINTER SUPPLIES of the Latest Importations, and would invite the attention of those who want the best Goods to call and make selections. Clthing ! OVER GARMENTS of all the newest tyle,, his Drem Coats, Pantaloons and Vests; Oio. and Biu sines. Coat, Pants and Vest!, and a General aw sortment of Fashionable Clothig. . UNDER GARMENTS of all kinds, Dressing for the neek, Searfs, Stoeks, Tus , Gloves, mad all other artiles nseful for dress sad eenvenieaeo. . WM. 0. PRICE & 00. A0 gasta, Now 6 3a 43 - ARTLEY & MATA HAMBURG, S. C. NEW FAMILY GOOCERY I NEBRIYOPPOSITE T=E AMERICAN Hy'EL S'- THE Sabenihers having entered into a Co-Partnershap for the tran saction, of a GENERAL GROCERY BUSINESS' Solicits the patronage of their friends and the public raly".*Raftw y selected a CHOICE off ,0M as lowi psees,' we are gepsed seI dte s tond a y l - a Geobs af thsmsme gedty en be beught In this the As gusta Market. Our Stoek comprises nearly every article usually kept i similar establishment.. We purchased our Goods for Cash. and can afford to sell at VERY LOW FIGURES. Our Stoek consists in part of SUiSAS, COFFEE, ii, 0. AND W, I. MOLASSES, MACKEREL, CHEESE, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Candies, Raisins and Nuts, of all descriptions, TOBACCO & SEGARIS, Piekles, Pepper, Allspice, Bine Stone, Coperas, A good assortment of Liuos Also, a Gane lot or Croekery and Glasa Ware, Tin -. JOHN 8s,. HIARVLEY, ise, IHambnrg, Nov 20, 6m 45 Look at This! Oarriages, Carriages, Buggies, Baggies, &c., &c. &c., he. egl HE Subscribe still carries on the Carriage ba iesatteold tadof A. Buannes., and mywould say to the people of thme District that they ,. may at all times find a good assortment of ine CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES -on hand, of hi. own manufacture, that will be sold Sto good puuctual customers on as reasonable terma - as they can he bought in any Southern market. I have secured the aervices of Mr. A. Busunst, fur the present year, and fbin his long experiece in the Carriage business, I think that purchasers may expect satiafaction In their work. JOHN LEIGH. "7 N. B.-I mm also prepared at all thnes to fnaish COFFINS and HEARSE foe any portion of the Distriet gbhe shortest notice. -e Edee C . May 36, tf I8 1,r E havoen handa gee aiety of an assortment et Fancy and Toilet Soup; Pomades, Pare Bears Oil, Hair Teres, Reur tives and flair Dye; -- Pieston Salts and Aromatic Vinegar ; Cem of Beauty, Carnatien Rouge, Hair De. aor, .,to allof which the attention of the eis repeetfully invited. Forsale by A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists. May 23 tf i19 mto whom asoe those indebted to the REsa are re-. gaired to makeprompt payment. I'o G. L. PENN, tra Adna'or with the Will annexed. Mayl9t 17 SSTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EDGEFIELD) DISTRICT. nd iN EQUITY. b: Martha Ann Magruda, 'u s. BiflforlRelief he Elenor Thurmnd and others. 50 T appearing to the Commissioner that Georgo .LThurmond, on. of the Defendants in this case. t*s reside beyond the limits of this State, On motion of 50 Mr..Lmudrem, Solleitor, It Is Ordered that the said George Thered, de p lead, answer or demur to. ed the allegations of this Bill, witid three months from, the date of this publication, or judgment pre ea feas wil be entered aglast him. A. SIMICINS, c.3a.s. a. Os 2, 155. , sm 43 New Embreideries, a eeved from New Yu, asapply of Nk1Y RNJI01DERIEZ, smawheeh are h ad.e Meain COALA ,e eaistyles;. eLadles' Muslin UNDEI5AEZVEB, Wrek Jacceet DANS; -a French eolop e y.JJAR*'B a new and beau-. Stiful 'rl foe uornng ; White Craps COLLARB, for mourning, ofrnew adbstflstyles; * To ll ofwhiek the attention of the Ladies Is. A LL pereons to whomnthe estate of John L. Mor., ~ . ari, deceased, ia indebted, Wwi present thein cldaima; and all persoa indebted to the said Estate will make paymefsato thme undersigned. . W. . ANERSON, Admninistrator. Nov.11, 1855. tf 45. ill ,r Kedlefae Chestsaand Travellng Oases, OhN hand a few very fine family Medicine Chesta r. a'saeUiug~ Cases. Eor sale by eA. Ghi'J.TEAGS, Druggsa h- Mr4tf 19 Ei tes ! Rides? THlE Subscriber wiahes to buy 3,8 geog A. ry ides R. H1. SULIVAN.