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-7-~ CHARLESTON, Decrxzsn 31, 1860. GENERAL ORDERS, NO. 5. T HE following gentlemen have been appointed Aids-do-Camp to his Excellency the Com mander-in-Chief, with the rank of Lieut. Colonel, and will be obeyed and respected accordingly, viz: J. JONATHAN LUCAS, Esq. PAUL H. IAYNE, Esq. R. B. JOHNSTON, Esq. F. W. McMASTER, EEq. R. S. DURYEA. Esq. ABRAM HUGUENIN, Esq. JO1N S. GREEN, Esq. By order: R. 0. M. DUNOVANT, Adjutant and Inspector General. Jan. 9, it 1 HEADQUARTERS. SURGEON-GENERAL'S DEPARMENT, CnAnLsTox, December 28, 1860. ORDER NO. 1. T HE Surgeon-General's Department is this day organized. Military Surgeons and Assistant Surgeons will report forthwith to the Department here, until further orders. They are required to see that all the meibers of companies coming into the service of the State be vaccinated. By order of Governor Pickens. R. W. GIBBES, M. D., Phyzician and Surgeou-General. Jan. 9, it 1 RECRUITS WANTED! ABLE BODIED MEN WANTED FOR THE ARMY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, TO ENLIST FOR ONE YEAR, Pay, $11 per Month--Preiniunta, $2. Ratiuns'and Clothing the saime as that of the U. S. Army. JOHN R. BLOCKER, Lt. 1st Regiment of Inf'try, S. C. A. 'My Rendezvous is a!- Ilaumburg, S. C. I will be at Red 11111 on S-turday, 12th inat.. and at the Pine llouse on Mitndiay. 14th inst. Those deoi ring to enlist can do so on those days. Jan S it Head-Quarters, 10-rn REGIMENT, S. C. M.,1) MT. W;LtG, Jan. 5, 161. J ORD ER.s, VO. - IN pursuance of orders fr -in Brig. Gen. BATES, I the LOWER BATTALION. 101th Regiment, S. C. M., will assemb:e ait Mt. wm;/#,. on Satur day. the 12th January-and the LlPPEfR BAT TALION at Allen Kens s,s. (in t31iday. the 14th. %br the .purp tse of foriing in e-ch Battalian a Company of Valunteer:. Licut. Cul. Aiton and Maj. Iutland are charged with the extension of the uhove irders. By order of Col. T. L. SMITI. E. 11. YousorSLoot, Adlj't. Jan 9 It1 Head-Quarters, 7TH REGIMENT, S. C. M1.,. C3Eavts' CREEK.s, Jeauary 4, 1h61.J I N pursuaneo of orders froma Brig. Gun. BA'TES, the LOWER BATTALION will nau~utnble at toe Cheokee J'oaads on Saturday the 12th Jat. and the UPPER BATTALION at thet 1%~,e flaa-r on Mionday after, the 14th,. tar the pnrposet or or gianizing in each Blattalion a Volunteer Caamapatay. Lt. Col. Lynatrxia a:ad Maj. Suaw are charge~d with the eatensiont of thisar4 Janit I Head-Quarters, 10TH REGI3MENT, S. C. M1.. To Captains of the S. C. Maliria. Y 0OU are hereby commnaaaded to paraade your res .Npective Companies at thaeir re..pectiv. panradae grounds, one a werk for Drill anal Instruction, and to double your patroal for the nexit twoa months oir till this order is caaunterandaed teach Capatain of patrol are required to maake their re turnas to the captains or oileers in comaiand of companies. By order of THOS. L. SMITH, Col. E. 11. YouxasrLOOD, Adj't. Jan. 9, 1860. tf. 1 Edgefield Hussars, ATTENTION! A PPEAR on yaour usual parade gronda on Saturday, 12th of Jantuary, and ona every al ternate Saturday thereafter, ontil further orders. By orader of J. J. BUNCH, Linu t. Cuu'd'nag. S. B.RYAN, 0.S5. Jan9 I t I Edgefield Beat Company, ATTENTION!I '% OU are haereby ordered t' be atnd appecar at 11your re;:ailar paradae gronad at Edgetield C. 11., on Saturday next, at 12. M1., armend and equipped as thae law direct,., for drill ataid ianstrue tion. And you are also hereby ordered to parade every Saturday until furthaer orders. Ily order of H. B. OALLMAN, Capt. Jan9 It 1 P RO S P E C T U S T HUE undersigned. p ropos~e pul hing about the I.Srst of Jatnu try next. air aas ...nterat . practicable, at Damlingto'n Coutrt laouse, a Sa l'.pe, toa be calk.l the "SOUlllE ttN CtiNFED ERATION." It is intet.ded t.. Ie :atn INOVr.t' sa:x r J.ournaal, devaat.-d to the vari,. interests of the communaity, anad e attrale.l by nat party or li.juc. Th'ie ujeet of its Edlitaurs will Ise to fur ni-h a lle:/.: l'aape,-, wich will irmng to the fare sdecs of i-s readers, thu naews of the .laay in every dpartmnet, as far tas it eama be condensed in soa small a sp1ree. We will dlernai a large space ta, Literary. Agricultu;-al andl Miselbianeaous subjects. Int Pialitie, tas itts n:mane imp~ ,rts, it. will be I/arlna-a Ly Southern, adlvaestia.g a sieedly at,d tinaal tapa-* ration 'of thel sh sh v.aldlin.:. troan: the n.. a:hi~vehaahla it Statea, tand1 the form.tia;: of a "')U'T iIERIN CONFEDER~ATION "of trietndly States, leagued together by the ties of ceaamaata i:.turus:, atnd comt tman daanger. The times are port,-ttouals, andl the Sosth naels the unted stmetngth of all her s.,ns; We shall thterefure. so etnde.avoar to condudct taur Pap.:r, as to make it an ave-,..abb, visitor, evena to tb-see wh., maay nut agree with uts iu upmiann in matters of detail. It will b~e our aahjeet tot per. sadtae an I tao cotvinee, taot to sting atnd to woundt; t., eurb' the rash andl heaadhmag. tand tao .-ir nup the tardly ana.l inadifr:renat to a se.ce .l alair dantger. The Pap~er will be pubalishaed weekly, tat 'l'rc 1Jolltere perf (anuns, In mtionce. JAMES II. NORtWOOD') Ecitr JESSE W. NORWIVOD I'lWca December 15th, 1860t t f I "Off for Charleston !" A LL thosea itndebte.l taa J. J1. EIDSON, by .Nao ta r Ae-oaunt, wiltlaphase enall at my Otice (over li. C. Bryan's Store.) as sooan ais pe sible and settle.T. Hi. CLA RK. Jana9 2t I OTICE.--I appaointt M~.r. George J. Sher-. .paard my Agent, during tmy abseant fronm the Dstrict. All personms hmaming dletmads apaiutt tme will present thema to hium, and those indebted wdil pleate make piayment. 3.A I~K1T Jan. 9, 1SGI ait I A Fixed Fact ! ALL Persons indlehted to tame, either lby Note A tr Accounat, and f:.il to call anad mnake satis - tactory arrangementts at an ear'y ate. will be sud italiseriaminately. -I giv~e lair warning to tha'e intersatedl. U E:. A. Ma . Jan' .y: 11E LO4ST in Auagustat. Ga.. dunrinag the Christma ho.ialidayta, TWO NOTES--one for $3,00, on Ww. Poweil; the other Notat on M. N. Ilolstein, for $40. All persons are forewvrtned taguinat tra' ding for said Notes. "a A word to the wiso is suf gcient:"' LORLENZO FEASTER. Alamo 2it Edgefield Male Academy THE- Exercises of this Institution were resumed on Monday last, the 7th January. The Trustees confidently call public attention to this High School as one of the very beat preparatory Academies in South Carolina. They have fully tried both Principal and Assistant, and find them to be the very men fur the posts they respectively occupy. The marked improvement of pupils under their gui dance and instruction, as well - in manners and morals as in educational advancement, is the beet voucher of their worth and abilities. We there fore appeal to parents and guardians to ewabrace at once the matured facilities here placeC within their reach. It will be the business and pleasure of the Trustees to supervise the Instituton for the well-being and best interests of all concerned. TERMS, PER SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF FORTY WEEKS. Lower English Branches,...............$32,00 Higher do. do. ...........------- 30,00 Classies and Higher Mathematics,...... 40,00 Incidental expenses.................... 1,00 It is earnestly hoped that entrances will be made, as far as practicable, during the Arst week of the Session-the earlier the better. Good board easily obtained at reasonable rates in highly respectable families. The possibility of dissipation on the part of students will be continually and carefully'guarded against. R. T. MIIMS, I ARTH UR SIMKINS, GEO. A. ADDISON, , EDMUND PENN, | J. D. SULLIVAN. ) GEo. A. ADDIFoN, See'ry and Treas'r. Jan 9 tf 1 WILLIAM ST ON Female Academy. THE Exercises of this Institution will be resumnd on the Third Monday in January, under very promising auspics.(5 Tho Trustees are gratified to be able to announce, that the Principal Mr. 11. 0. IIERRICK, A. M.. has not only sustained the rep utation given by the very flattering recommuenda tion from Furman University, but personal obser ration for several years assures us that he is emi aintly qualified to fill the position. not anly of Teacher, but that of a thorough disciplinarian. le combines in a high degree thoso qualities which command the respect and enlist the regard of his pupils. He is now prepared, through a very superior apparatus, both Philosophical and Chem ical, to elucidate and make perfectly cotprehen. -ible all the abstruco principles connected with those sciences. Mrs. IIERRICK presides, with great ability, aer the Ornamniental Brnchcs, Music, Painting, Drawing and all Faacy Work and the French .angunge. The node of teaching is such as invariably se -tres the constant attention of the Sehialar, and mulpresses the truths taught indelibly on the miid. The opportunity here for acquiring a practical itcation is not surpatsed iii the Southern Ie ubliu. 5ar Terms us heretofore published. We ask the patronage of the public. TRUSTEES. Jan9 3t 1 Liberty Academy. TIlE Exercises of this Institution will comnmenco on the Second Ma, _ day of January ISO6, under the mu pe rviiou of the undersigeil. whoise - purpowe will be to give the whole of his tine and attention to the tuental and moral training of Students put under his care. 'crsoans wishing to give their cbildreii good Academic Educatiaons, or to have them thoroughly pirepared for any Southern :olluge, will have kind and ir'nil attention given thetn in our School. 1'rltry Depiartmeis. itcluding Spelling, Read ing. Writing, Primary Geography and Arith tutic, $It0,00 .lmdetei' DeIrptitment-Class First, itcuding eading, Penmanship, Enalislh Gramamar. Mwisto ty. Aritlanctic anal Geography, $25,00 Ch0ss Secnd.l including Elish Co.tnpos05ition. Natr Philosphiy, Atnalysis of the English Lain ;uge, Arithmnetic and Eletmentary Algebra. .35. Cluss Third. including Latin, Greek, Natural, \etaa and Moral Sciences, Mathemnatics, Span sht tad Frenchb, $4,0 - Instruction ini Latin and G;reek will b~e given artly by lectures an~d partly by alaily examaina tions tupona the Text. It will lbe condmcucted with ie view of enabling Students to translate with rainess and write w ith accuraey the Laniguaiges which itemnbra.ces-; to this end constant attention will b-: dev..tedl to thme written exercises of trans meinta Latin and Greek into English, and Etng i-b -.. Latin and t;i*e. rr.ea e will be two Sensi. ns each consisting of' Tente Wek. TIhe Sprimng Ses.ion~ comutnenaeeF .,n the SecondcModay int .January, anal continues rwnty Weeks. F'our week' afterwards, thte Fnl $ .-i10 coatumences :and et.tinues Trwentty Weeks, ahich gives a va:-ati..n ot one month between the sring anmd Fall Sessions. At the endl of eanet termi therc will he mm thaos tgha examinamtion oef the di~ferenat Cltusacs bef.e he parn of the Imstitution. N,. deduction will be mutdo excepct in eases of rtrcted i:!ne-s. .JOIIN W. McCANTS. Park-s Store, Jan 7. 3t 1 Ridgeway Academy. THlE 1igereises of this Academy a i be re~suumed ont the Third Mon~day .int Januam.'ry 1861, undler the supervis in of Mr. 11. F. LOVELACE, who has taught several years in our tmidst. The Mcholactie year will be divided into two ~sionas of Fire Maonths each. ATES OF TUITIO)N PER SESSION OF FIVE MONTilS. irit Clas--Spaelinag, R~eadinig amnd Writimng, $S,00 Seundh Clnas-English G rantmar, G.eogra i by andl Arithmtetic. 10i,00 Third Class-liigher Branches, 15,.00 Pupils will be charged from timme of entrance till the enid ocf the Sessioni. No deductiona will be i ide fur absence, exepitiing for cases or protract al sickness of two weeks oar unore. An Assistatnt Teacher wiil be secured if neces ie respectfully solicit a liberal patromauge. A. J. SMYLY, 1 J0OIIN SW EA RENGIN True.. J. M. COGBURN. Stevens' Creek Academy. TIlE Exercises of the abiove Acade m~ny will ceuazmenee on, the Seconad Mianday int Jlanauary, undm'er the matn age~men.t of Mr. Rt. S. Jt)INSON, re cently of tihe Spartanburg College. e ats reciommaetndatioans froma thme Cellege, givinag mii l.:h .t tmling for a.orality nttadl ?o.riety, mand l" thitks hint wvil qualitied tor t emnuanagemnent af a g..od SchoolI. Te S..-h.ool is ini a plemuaant section of the Dis triem ain.t we think that parents muight well trust th.ir children to las charge. Tuiti'antubouat the samne as usumally charged in :004l Schtols. D. C. Tt)MKINS, ) J. S. SMY LY. J Meeting Streect, Jan 7 2t 1 Johnson Female T NIVE RSI T Y Anderson, S. C. TH''llS Inastitution will enther upon its * Nith Annuual Sessiona the FIRST Wl IiNESDAY ina FEBRUARtY with a full Corpis oaf Instructors. The pirilicipatl Membirs of the Faculty. hae suce.s haeretofore' lbus buona so satisfactory, will continute to occupy their respiective poasitin. The goavernamet fl mihe Intstituttiont will bae ryrte tamtie tand exact, yet kinad tand paarental. There is nnw a lnrge anmd elegant Bouctrdiig [ atnina onlthe Campuis, fully eqippedl far the re .reptine oif Itarder,. ad prsidled over by the Rev. J. SCOTT M L.ItRLAY, Princeipal of the Ini tittuimn. P 'ar.nts anda Gu~trdiants whio miny sendl their hu eaghte s and wamads toa this Inmstitution., may rest mmuret that everv edfurt wi I lho made nt onily tot a.lvce lmthe intt h,-mir repretivei stutdies, but t-, ne aleatae tna h a oetic aand s~wil neompmlish :a--mts wi-.ieh tire reqi.iiite' tia aqualify thema for the repisibailities of future lite. Fr Cat.dloguesi or further particulaurs. address Ray.. J. SCOT T M UllAY, Anderson, S. C. Ja 7 3t 1 UMINIST1.ATORtS' NOTrICE.--N ica is htere!.y giveni that all persaons ina anmy wie indi'bted to the late John J. Jennmings, dee'dI., Iritar m his death, are requestedl tic amake patyment o the undiersigned hbefotre thme 12th Februatry next, ntI that thoase wht. neglect or refuse so to, io will h t stud. Almc all piers.ins havinag demands aigains-t said lee.sed, aro reqauestedl tat paresent such do. am:ndts, duly attestadi ta thle undersigmned. LUCY JENNINGS, A d'ors E LDRED) J. WILLS.j Jai 7Sr5 1 OTICE.--Alllaersonas inadebtod to the Es. Ntate oaf E. Ri. Mills, dee'dI., are requested to pay tho samne before Returna Day. aor they will be sued. Tihose having demandmas tagainist said Estate will please render them ini frthawith, prmoperly at tsted. W. P- STREET, Ad'or. n-a s GARDEN SEED. T IE Subscribers have now in Store a LARGE and COMPLETE assortment of GLA JEN SEED, Embracing the best varieties of Seed now extant. Call in early and get your supplies from our full and entirely FRESH Stock. C. W. & J. H. HODGES. Jan 9 tf I NOTICE. T HE Firm of A. J. PELLETIER & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries in the Town of Hamburg, was this, the 7th day of January 1861, dissolved by mutual censent. The Books, Notes and Accounts will be found in the bands of A. J. PELL ETIER, who ulone is authorized to settle the business of the late firm. R. J. DELPII, A. J. PELLETIER. Hamburg, Jan 7, 1861. tf 1 The State of South Carolina GREENVILLE DISTRICT. IN ORDINARY. James M. Sullivan, VI. Bill for Par.d Relief. Harriet M. Child et al. BY virtue of the Decree of the Hion. F. H. Ward law, Associatu Justice of the Court of Appeals, in the above ttated Case, made at Chambers on the 12th day December, A. D. 1860, 1 will expose for sale at "91; Depot," on the Groonvillo and Co lumbia Railroad, on thefirst Wednecday after he first Jfonfduy it Febrwry nert. The TRACT OF LAND described in the plead ings of this Case, containing 916 acres, more or late, situated on Handley's Creek, in Edgefield Ditriet, adjoining lands of Barnett Williams, Carter, Youngblood, and others; and more exten sively described in the deeds of William Shaw, leceased. TERMS.-A sufficient amount to pay costs must be paid in ca..h. The balance to lo secured y bonds with sufficient sureties, conditioned to pay the same in equal annual instalments, in one nd two years, with interest from date. WM. M. THOMAS, C.E.G.D. Comm'rs. Office, Dee 15, 1560. 4t 1 State of South Carolina, EDGEFID DISTRICT. IX ORDINARY. Miles Prescott, Plaintiff, vs. Nancy Prescott, as. 13. Prescott, John B. Prescott, Wm. Liles, Iuardian ad litem of his minor ehildren and ither. BY an Order from the Ordinury, I Yhall pro eeed to soll at Edgefiold C. 11., on the first Monday in February next, the Real Etote of Richard Prescott. dee'd., cnnsisting of a TRACT DR PARCEL OF LAND lying within two and it alf miles of Edg-efield C. H., in the District and tate aforesaid, containing One huni-red (100) ere.s, nore or lese, and bounded by lands of M. Frazier, A. Minick, A. Bushnell and others. TERII.-Sail land will be sold on a credit un til the first day Ilecember 1811. Purchneer to give liond with good security, and a Mortgage to the rdinary to secure the puruhase money. Costs to be paid in cash. Titles extra. LEWIS JONES, S. E. D. Jn 7 4t I J. E. MUNGER, Successor to E. Tweedy, Augusta, Georgia, H A: now in Sti re a large Steak of FINE GOLD and SILV ER WATCHES, f celebrated makers. A!so, a Rich variety of Jewelry. Sets of CORAL, CAMEO and LAYA in Etrus nnit antd line Gold. DIAMONDS, RUBY anal GARNET in Pins, Rings and Orinetnts. A great v-ariety fat ;OLD FINGER RINGS, 1ISREASPINS. EAR RINGS. Watc-h KEYS, CH A RMS, Neck, Ve-t und FAlb CHAINS: U. S. Mint Standard of Solid Silver SPOONS atd FORKS. fatncy Sets; LADLES,00UILETS, CUPS, THIIMBILES, &c. FANCY GOODS in great variety suitable for Holiday Presents. Fine Silver P'lated CASTORS, CAKE B.S KETS, CANDLIE dTICKS. linuio Plated SPOONS and FORtKS, BUTTER ENIVES, &c. Splendid Cutlery. Ch-aa Pockket KNIVES faur hloys, tand a liarire as RY. whaich caninot be ttndersoid ; also DIRK and ISCW IE KNiV ES. Pistols. Colt's, Returningtan ad Allen's R EPEATERS ingle Barrel PISTOLS;t UELTS, CAlPS, &c., in line variety. Spectacles. My nusorttnetit is enwpletu in Goald, Silver andl Steel Frames. Andl I can ,uiLt any eighst and pro. long good rison to uld a;:e. Clocks. I have a greater variety :ad a larger number than the whole market cats show, and at prices frrom $,5U toa $:3 each, warranted perfect time. keepers. Lamps and Kerosene Oil, CLOCKS, WATCHES and MUSICAL BONES aitlly repaired at the lowest rates and war ran ted. Jan.i ly 1 ~ISS S. JANE 11AM ILTON respecti'nl Lly infornms the Ladaies of Edgetield that she will continua the bausinen recently carried on by Mrs. E. T. H A MILTON, at the same old stand, and feels confident fromt her lang explerieneb in the Millinery business that she will be enabled to please all who' tmay favo~r her with their patrotnage. Orders will lbe prumtptly attanded to, and all work shall be dune in the tneatest and toast, fash unable mansner. I have can haand the remuaining Stock of Mrs. H~aihton's MILLINERY G;OtDS which consists ofa variety of fashiotnable BONNETS, RID ONS, ROJUCHIES and F LOWERS; Aso, a variety aof Chettile Heaud DRESSBS; Elegatnt Pearl hair NETS and Pearl Straws for the air: I have a few Infant's Glengary CAP'S, very pretty; Alsoa, COlRSETS atnd Skirt SCPP'ORTERS, al af which, wihla ~alami very aeeap. Jan s tf ,2 [Ildepeldeit Repiblie of 801101 'rHE CASH SYSTEM IHEST FOR ALL PAlRTIES I RtOM. the firet day (of Janauary 1st1. I will sell mtay retmaining Stock of READY-MADE CLOTING tat realy Reduced Prices for Cash. COME ALL WHO WANT BlARO~AINS! All i:adebated to toe, eithaer lay Note or Account, will please caime forwardl astd ret tle, a- I atm cam peled to have money to settle tiy my hutsiness. M. LEIESCJHULTZ. FRESH GOODS For the New Year ! lIE Subscriber tanntouncas to his numterous eustomers, that ha hias J UST R EPLEN (l11. Ei his Stosck with tmatiy i..w iad desir~sble Goods SuitedI to the Season, h'ieb makes his Stuck very comlehta anid ready for the tapetning of the New Year's trade, which gl be aold1 on reasonabale terms to paunetual cus :oers. A very liberal discount will be made on cash gg G rceries saol) for enshaaanly. E. PECNN, A gent. Jan 2 tt 5 Fresh Groceries. For the New Year ! ~PENN, A gent, has just received and for e sale low fur Cash, Fito Rio anal Olad Java COFFEE; Fine Blneck atid Green TEAS; Cafee atnd Brown SU!GA RS; Crushed and P'ulveriaed SUGAR; Cluarifiedl SUGAlRS, A. B. anid C. Fine SY RU UP anid MOLASSES; Fine Eniglish Diary CHI EESE; Gohlen IiUTTER of very suplerior quality; Fresh Su.da, Butter and sugar CRACKERS; Fine Fresh RICE ; Aplal and White Wine VINEGAR ; POWDER, SIIO'T and LEAD, &c., &c. Jan 2 tf 5 N OICE.--.AIl persons indebated to the Es tate of Dr. A. 3. hloward, dec'd., nre request ad to inake paytment, anal those having demands gainst the same, to piresent thseto properly at tested. JULIANA HOfWARD, 1 Adr 0. D. TILLMAN. j de ayr Ia 1 19 DRY G AUGUS, Would respectfully announce to ti LARGE ADITIO AND HAS NO Rich Embroidered and Fancy Dress SILKS Plain and Figuri-! .\ERINOW and DEL Al French EMBROIDERIES, comnprising.Muh elegant styles ; Ladies' Ctoth and Velvet CLOA KS, of the I Ladies' Lynx and Sable Fur VICTORINES, A large supply of Ladies' SHAWLS; Gold Embroidered MUSLINS for Ladies' El A complete asortnent of HOSIERY; Wel Bleached and Brown SHEETI'IGS and SH] Irish and Pillow Case LINENS; 8-4 and 10 Damask TABLE CLOTHS; Damask NAP Rich Printed and Embroidered TABLE and Whitney BLANKETS, of extra size and qu Richmond Factory PLAINS and KERSEiYE A GREAT VARIETY If I FAMILY AND P1 ALL OF WHIC SOLD A.T T IIE Ia SEV-The public are requested to call and e a Augusta, Dec 4, Fall and Winter Styles! -0 HATS AND CAS, -AT C. P. REMSEM'S, 14 BROAD ST., OPPOSITE AUGUSTA HOTEL AUGUSTA, GA., AND COL UJIIA, S. V. have on hand a conmplute Stock of new rtyleit HATS & CAPS, inanufactured EX PRESSLY for my trade. My goods are warranted for DURABILITYand STYLE. . Also, John Woolley's Graniteville hlats. fl-Ile is now uajnufaLctur?.ng FUR HATS as low as $1,50. The public will find it to their interest to give inn a call at either place of business, as My otiodl - will be offered at moderate lrices. C. P. REMSEN. Augusta, Sept 25 tf as Notice! M Y NECES.ITIES ,.rc my nutly apology for maakiig th-is second appe1iCal 1o my friend, and cust..ners for mony. A few mtnth. ince, I madle nu carnest enit :n mIy custoetnsrs to ps~y up, since which time I ha4vu collected nlmnapt nothing. I have been cotipelied to -ettle %i:a ny Charo ton frionds by giving themst hank Notci,, at Mixty days, which will force we to the necessity of col lecting a large amount of money)' luring thaemonrth of January. I feel very eidiiLt that it is within the power of those whor I have indulged far IL runber of years to relieve mec now by paying a part at leapt. I do not ask my friends to pay all they nwo moe. It i patro, have has eo - malt a Janna: of (tar tat I the tira Dee 2 Avery ot the co -- .,- ,.... o we money market, wtaich in severely felt b~y Merchtants dojig a credit busi:aeses. We are beyondi ai d.-,iuht in thre midst of a grent eciii. buti I haave faith tA bieliee we hare a bright future hef'.re usa. I am therefore detrminied tb keepi iayv tock reple:ujehre- to'meet the demanids' et iiy cu~anrtis. Iut this cannhlot be done withosut taaina. I mn-i hrave money to erry on my husiness ueessfully, rand aim enm pelled to call on all who awe me psst dlua Notew or Aa:nunlt5 to pay them with :as Ititle del-,y as pr si-.;e. . PENN, A gt. Jan 2 tf '2 CiHAS. D. CARRl & CO., DRAPERS, TA.ILORS, AND MENS' MERCERS! 30 BROAtD ST., CHARLESTON, S. C., HAVE OPENEDJ THEIR~ SPlt[tl ASSORT MENT OF GWOLIS ADAPTED TO MENS WEAR. 10 pr et1)iscount Allowed for Casl..i Charlestaiu, Ma~y 1l, tt. ly 19t A Time for All Things ! T rlE Subsc'riber deii n. to el..ae up~ hsis oldl b..oki ias ..oon a.' p.,sehie, respe,-ttully and esitrne.-tly rieetr h is ptan' toa give Ihimi an early call ad liqu'date their nseronat.. Ase thte trimes are said tu tbe stringent in moiniey maatters, ie would ,uggest ti ihaise who cannot p:ay ina toll, o pay till they can, and cl.ne with Noto fir the balance. E. M. P'ENN. Jan 2 .vt SI NOTICE. T:'I E 'l.-ath of Col. CitlltISTIE renders itn Leenary that athe bussiess Irately e~antaened~ ay us ina Hamblurg shland he closed np at e~arly rinte. The.refore, aill l'erston whro hae. bll, w ith the Hlousse are earnestly reignested to, (nse thjem by the 10th 'of Febrauary' Frnain and after thinsldate, I w ill sell the santire t'aek of Murrhiandlise.. (which is fresh uand idewi rable.) at prime COST F')R CASli, or Baink No'.. W. P. lCTLERI,Survivor. .Haumur:, Jani 1 tf 31 Soda Graokers, &c.I OW ini Stair, thai large.'t aasortmenit of choice ieresn'sgainrst the wo'rld. I alin now receivinag UUTTERI. SUGAlt, BOESTOIN, OGRAHAM, SODA, WATEilR, SHIELL, WALNUT, LEMON, ad FOX CRACKERS an't BISCUITS. Also, Navy Gliger tSCIINA PPS, Ae. For sale low by S. E. IJOW ERS, Agt. Hamnurg, Oct 14 tf44 Third and Last Call! LL personts indebted tia A. G. TEA GUE, and A. U. & T. J. T EAG I) E, will p'leaso comte firward without delny. Settlu with molney if they an ;if not, by Nate lit least. We cannot spare the time to travel over the ountry to see aull of our frienlda who aire inebe~tud to us. All small tecounts lnt settled by the irst f Nvember, will be pilacedl in the hiands of John . Addison, Esq., fur collection. A.G. & T. J. TEAGUE.' Oct. :t, f9 FINAL SETTLEMENT.--On thu i~th .Lday of January nort, tbn Snbscribaer, as Ad-, m initrator of the Estat, ot GLeorgu Laang, Sr., ded., will make a fitial ssutleme~nt on iaiad Estite in the Ordinary's Office. The legatees are invited to attendus this aettlemnent.I JACOB S. LONG, Ad'or. Dec 19 4t5 5,0 DD FELLOWS' & MASONIC BUILDa iNG ASSOCIATION. A MEETINGI of the Stockholdera of the Odt Fello~wa' A M'asoarnie iunilding Aasei:tts., will bo held in the Hall on ,.ndiay night., th, 14th inst. Punctual attenldantace is raiuested. S. F. GO0DE, Soc.. 70ODS! A, GA. ,e public that he has just received ,AL SUPPLIES, Y ON HAND, Superior Plain and Figured Black SILKS; ES; Fancy Ottoman REPS; lin, Valenciennes and Point Lace SETTS, o atest styles ; CUFFS and TIPPETS; ening Dresses; 1h, Saxony and Shaker FLANNELS; RTINGS; 12-4 Linen SUEETINGS; 4 Damask DIAPERS; iINS and DOYLES: PIANO COVERS; Marseilles QUILTS; lity ; a large naasortment Negro iL A N K k TS ; Georgia STRIPES ;Cotton OSNAlSURGS. )THER ARTICLES FOR ANTATION.USE, II WILL BE D W E S T 'PRICES I mine the assortment. tf 48 SELLING OFF AT COST FOR CASH. T IHE Undursigned having determined to clos up their lusintesa, will frm this date offer their ENTIlE STUCK OF GUODS AT COST FOR CASH. COLEMAN & DEAN. Nov 27 tf 47 NEW GOODS! FALL & WINTER. B C. BRYAN has jiust rece'ivel his Stock . uf FALL and WINTER (00 US. and woutld iurite the La lies and1 Oent.:nena of EdlgefieMld to) aall in and examineo his amsortment which was purchtsed with mnuch care front direct Importer. in Charleston. iis Stock consists in part of Plain Black and Fanry FILKS; WORSTEDS and POPLINS of the lateit and roost fashionable stylos; GINGIIAMS and CALICOES in v:Lriety; CLOAKS and SHAWLS, very pretty; A few fine Velvet BONNETS; BONNETS amid BONNET RIBBONS; Ladlies and Misses HATS; YEATfHELS. TRIMMINGS, Ae.; EMlROIDERIES. a bauotiful asurtment; HANDKERCHIEFS, GLOVES, &c.; HOOP SKIRTS, &c., &c. -ALSO Table DAMASK, DOYLIES, DIAPERS and 1OWELS; TICKINGS and LINSEYS; FLANNELS of all kinds: SiEETINS and SHIIITINGS; *Klentuekv JEANS, SATIN ETS; '0ASSIMEllES. a ;pl-lendid article; KERSEYS and PLAINS: STRIPES and ONAl:R(GS; Bed and Negro B LANK ET S, .c. --A 1. Ladli,-, Mi.;e3 and Children's SHOES, OAr TERS, &c.; 1em's tnd Boys ROOTS and SH OES, all kinds ; Pleantation BR OG ANS, &c. --AL SO ...,gi they canb .umjgnfin Jitlher Hlaiurg or Augustu. N~~sIONs CEMENT. FRMENDING BROKeEN WAREl OF ALL. KINDS, BROKENJ CHAIRS, TABLES. &c. Enaoxt:x (i,:NcrocKS .Asz BUGGY~ SnUrrvS. DIJrctiona.-Watrm until thin und apmply quick an d let sot 2-I hour, before use. l~anuact~rL~ . L. GENTRY, Datract.v Hlambur'g, S. C. -U SDr. 3iartini's Great Remedy, F ,r the enre of~ Consuption and tall manner o L nmg dliseases, Ae. For Bomwel Comnmint~s it stands linje-emnincnt. I refer to Cayt. WVzm. Saigler, 'Laong naire's : Capt. Willi, St..ne, Mt. Willing ;Jams. P' Tpa.:mpason, Esq., Mine Creek ; Lake Rt. Tillmant Edgefimuht, S. C. Ijr. Cullen's Rhenicmatism Remedy I refer yout to B. F. Unateher, Esq., Aiken, and lj. ii. Chambelarlaitn, Esq., Rehnboth, S. C. jFever, Age, anid Liv'er Pills, thieb cnres when all other reanmies fail. I refei tjm ltenmj. G linten. E.q. Edgefield, S. C.; Elijnl: *olomnmn, Eng.. Ntew York, and Lieut. L. H. Park, dkl llattmbur::, S. C. pe-Cali and see nine when you cnome dnwn a'heather you w.ant to buya anythin~t or not. Rt. L,. GE1NTRY, Agent. :#iAll. mf the ahmore Me-dicinmes ter sale by' (la pt. EXg M. P EYNN, Edgefield, S. C. J l.:atburg, Aug 27 tf 3 l[0 Pcu'80118 oGil of EIIlp!~filleill AGENTS WANTED, n Every County of tile U'nited States, ) etngage in time eaate of sotme of the lbest ant mIaost elegantly illustratedl Works publishaed. Our pulictatiuons are of thme naost interesting chracter, adulated to the wants of thme Fiamer, Mechantie and Merchant ; they are published in th best style aml boumndt in thu most sub..tmmntial amnner. man-l are worthy a plee in thme Library of eery Hauaoh'mld in the E.:nd. GrTa men of enterprise and indusmmtriouts hal, tthiauiess offers man op~portunti:y for profiza le ernmlmymuent seldomi to be tmet with. p:Persomns desiring to taet as Agents will rem eire prompajtly by maail faull particulars, terans, &., lay adressinag L.EAIIY, (;ETZ & CO., /mm,1-I.a Nom. 2:!4 North Secondma st., Philadmelphlia Decc 5 t 418 State of South Carolina, E DG0EF IE LD1115' D ITRICT. J.5 Olt IN.I RtY. (i LES D. MIMS, Appmlic~ant, v'. Framderieka Ergle andtm his wife ?lary, Polly (Over,:reet, Ssan Sheppatrd, Richmardl Gjregory and hais wife argret, Andmrew Ymouce int righat of hais a itme Teana, lc'd., Elizabteth Yoncte, .Julia Yoncee, FElisa Yonme, Nrgare: Youces, Allent Yonace, Elln Yutce, Man tilda Yiace. tinbUriel Tonce, Ab'rama Yamnee andt Saraha Yamnte, int righat of their mtother Tenma Yotme, leceased ; Caleb Lights tiand his wife Nanney, Levy Mmyr and his wife Ruth,. Elizambethm Jiuiet, Wil. litm Jimmit, Diavidl Huiet, Johln Ergna in richat of aim wifes Romaa deceated : Artemmm Ergle, Waillimam Erle. Rutha Ergie, Tilmanat Ergle, Gemorge Fripp; tand htis wife IDolly, Eliza Ergle, anry ErRIe, Amaelia Erglt,, Smauel Ergle, Datniel ErgIe, Han-m anh Ergie tad Lmmuia Ergie in right of their rtother Romsa, dleeed ; John Yoncu eamnd his wife 8urh, Defenadanuts. It appearinag tom mty satisfaction that Willim Huiet, David Hluiet. Catleh Lights anad his aifa Nncy, anad (inarge Fripmp anad his wife limlly, Do. rcndanat.< itn the maove .d ttedi ense, reside lemrvmtt thec limiats omf thtis State : It is therfmre ardlered that they dlo applear ad obljct to thet divisiont ot tale of the Real Estate of Mary Attn Huetm dlee'd., snmor beform thae fouartha (4th) inay oaf Fehrunary text, 1861, or thmeir consenat to thu ,amae will bn antered of record. W. F. DURISOE, o.ta.n. Nov. '7, 1800 12t 45 W ANTED, A SITUATION AS TEACHES for the ensuing yoaur. by a Sautherner of some exp~erienae in teachaing., whot is qjualified tn instruct in the usual Entglish lranchess, time Clans is, amnd Higher Brancrhes of Maithematiem. The hosmt of refuernces will heo givent. Apply to . II. JuliNSON, Fruit Mill, Edgefiold, S. C. n.06 41a 48 ADMINISTRATORS' SALE, Y virtue of an order from W. F. Durisoe, Or dinary of Eigefiehl District, we will proceed to sell on FRIDAY, 11th Janunry next, all the personal Estate of James I. Swearengin, dee'd., eonsieting of TWELVE LIKELY NEGROES, FOUR MULES AND ONE HORSE, One Yoke Oxen, Stuk of Cattle, Sheep, Goate, Stock Hogs, About Four Hundred Bushels Corn, Wheat, Pens, Peaviae. Fo'lder and Shuckis, LOT OF BACON, PORK AND LARD, One Carria:e, one Buggy, one Two Hinrse Wagon, One Ox Cart, lli.misehold nid-, E itien Furl niture, I'littitotin Tiool, Ae. TERM.-All eums under $10 Cnith. Suis over that amout on a credit of one yeatr wi.h in terest from date. Tite purchaser wi:l hie reqiuired to give note with two good snrutice. Right -f property nt eininged until terunis f sale ar. cuin plied with ; anl if resul.1, at the rik of the first iurehaser. ELIZ. SWEARENGINI Adi'ors D. R. DURISUE, :. Dec 24 3t 51 Administrator 's Sale, IN purruance of an order from the Ordinunry i-f Edgefield District. I will sell at the late rebi dence of Mrs. i.rah It. Gallmnim, dee'd., 4in1 Thurrday the 10ih Jannary. 1Ml. the C1 (1' OF CORN, FODDER, COTTON and SiiUCKS, bie longing to tihe saitd Eatnte. Tern!" of sale on a credit until the first of Oct. next with interest from day of sale. Sums, under $20 cnsh. M. A. RANSOM, Adn'or. Dec 24 3t 51 TRUSTEE'S SALE. B Y virtue of a decree from the Court of Equity I will sell, at the Inie residenre of Anthony U. Leak, in Edgelield Distriet, on Friday, the I Ith if January next, for dirtribution :iong the par ties interested therein, the following property, vii: Th TRACT OF LAND upon whiih the stid A. G. Leak formerly resided, oinaisting of 218 ACRES, More or lens, and bounded by lands of T. J. Dy sun, Daniel Proctor and others. Also, THREE NEGROES, A small Stock of Cattle, Hogs. Plantation Tools, iusehiold and Kitchen Furniture, and other per snisl property. TERMS.-On a credit of twelve months with interest fromn day of sale, with the excepition of the coots. which are to be paiid in Cash ; purcha serkto give hond with at ladt two gwod sureties to secure the purchase money. C. I. URIFFIN, Trustee. Dec 24 % 51. SOUTHERNQO G00S, GRAY & TURLEY, .l.'UUST., G.A., Ihave just received the fulluwing Southern Man ufactured Goods, to which they invite the attention of the Piblic: GEORGIA CASSIMERES, Made by the Eagle Manufacturing Company, COLUMBUS, GA. HEAVY WOOL JEANS, Made by the Eagle Manufacturing Company, CUL M VUS, GA. HEAVY WOOL KERSEY, Made by the Eagle Manufacur ing Comp any, COLIMIW1S, GA. HEAVY WOOL KERSEY, O SNA BUR GS, M iile at Richmond Factory, Anglista, Ga. Dee 18 tf 5 TIlE NEWSPAPERt OF TilE SOUThl CHARLESTON. MERCIURY, liras the latest anid :unvt relible Politienl, Cotm imerei: an Geni her,.l News fromt till patrts of the Wa~Vr d1. Its Spiecial Curre~punder.us furnish, by Mu.ril and Tele.gra ph, full tand eaerly nccnunts ol evrthin <:( 'ttere:-t thamt traunspires in thu great Pliti,-ni.ly, the MER~C1Y repriesants the rStates RL.gh:i iteriuunnett E'..entt, and itd1v..rte. th.e tj:.iu of the Siouthern S~tt inj 0ma iiing their rights antd establlishing thier security. Dai'y Met cury, 1 year, ini advante..10.0 Tri-Weekly Mercutry, 1 year in advance 5,00 thre order. RI. B. R II ET T, Jr., Con.a~s-rox, S. C. Dee 17 tf 50t Parker Sewing Machines IT 18 M0itE F11il.: ANID ;OLIE EMI LY KE:PT IN OhilIER '1llAN OTILER MA t'HINEB. It nttkes a seatn thmat will not rip or ravel, thoughl every stitcht he cuit. It runs fr->tn twoi orintary spoiml', andh thus tall tromuble of whiing thtre:nd i. avoided. rTe Stnmu .Machiintt, by' a m.:ore cxchangec of Spois ca beidupted to till eatiet ies of w.rk. The samet Machine runts ,ilk, linen etrends. antd conmm'n spoul ceitton with eual faciliy. The seam is as einstiie~ as the moswt elnstia fabric so that it as free from nll liablitry to bre::k in wishing, ironing, or wcttr. It utn.a twon cotmmonitt Sptools. n1i they are lttur ebnaed from the Storer, of omtlin, linent, ir .-ilk dl renl, <-f ay lengrth, fromt 2010 to 500 yards if desired.. It sews upotn all varieties of cloth, mauking te celebirated Glrover A Baker Stichi. llarranted ,.ru'ul to anty otheur for all F,nify. P'liae call and extanine heforeo purchasing else where. F.. MUST IN & SON, 2S0 llrmad Street, Auigusta, Ga. Dee 19 Im 50 Head-Quarters, HlI~ILANDs 110ME, 1 lDe. 2.4th, 1%0i.) OI!D E', 50 - PUCRSUANTr t an trder from the Coiznmntder in-Citief. thte COM3lPAN I S cuitnposing the FIRST IIRItGAIE OF CAVALIRV, S. C. M., are hterebiy urderedt to be driliod by thteir Compa-IL ny Oileers one1 day itn every two weeks until this order is counterutattded. conbindintg, iare ebrlt:ed with the extetnsiunt of this order in their respective Rtegimaenrts. B~y order of J1. 11. G R IFFIN, Brig. Gen. 1st Bri. Cav-. 5. 1. M1. J. V. Mount:, Brig. Mntj. Jan 2 3t 5 One More and the Last Appeal ! ClONFIDENT that none cnn neense us, of ni want of ienieticy. we matke t his huit til peael for settlementt oif dutes, thatt we mtaiy elow upil our lata parttner.-hip. After thte 5th dlay of Fel'ruatry :.0 Nitt-s andm IArei.unu's unstt'edt il bi e placed, wiltit tdis cr~iinationt, itt the hatnds of our Attottney tfur col le..hwm uSLAN n B.UmLr.o A Card. D R. GEO. M. ETHEREDGE, PHY SICIAN AND SURGEON DENTIST, will attend prouiptly to patienti deairing Melienl ad vice, and u'! orders in the Dentistry line % ill re ceive itillaeilte attention. I1i. Ofkco is lit his father's resilence, I3 ini!us trom nRed R'iunk Church. Addres:, Richardsun'zi Pozt Otliee. De 19 ,50 Charleston and Liverpool SAILING PACKETS! REGULAR LINE. hae ad rranlgi tuets: 11r at line of SA IL I.\t PACKETrs ietweeni thei. ibove- pint-b which every fiac*ility in regularity and ?peed wili be given to shi;Ters. Fraser, Trenholm & Co., NO. 1, ICUMFORUD PLACE, Liverpool, Will at any tine receive guo iner.lvil for hiip I,-nt by iA line'. 3','d 11-i v nIrdI tih. .:.1ne by the F[aT s'CC?..Di~NGJ PALKETS. and witt be alwav repitred L give aiy infirmation that Ina% lie dleired. Arriangementi' for Freight ior Pasu:age nay alro ie made in Chnrleston, bty npp'isention to JOHN FRASER & (0., Central Wharf, Charleston, S. C. The nlndernati'oned first elro- mid fast cailinp Charleston Shipis have been already placed upon the line, and othere will be adil, tit sotan as re quired: Sailing Day., ./ the Ship.x nf thii.v ,ine. Frin Frm I Liverpiol N mes. Mnater Charluetenu 5th Jn.e, 'SrSAN G. Owns, Niortion, Aug. 10. 15th June, *E.IzA BONSALL. .ielihnti, Aug. 31. 24th June, 0t.ioNr.Ain, Le.hy, Sept. 20. 15th July, E. ST. P'ttat, Tess:ietr, Oct. 10. 15th Aug.. Jons FitAsen, ]lerbest, Oct. 30. lThesu three dates are made to approixiunite fur the convenience of imoreerters ,for the Fill trade. Future arrang emt.< wvill be duly adve:rt.<ed. May 17 Ily 10 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN I'Q.il.I O N PL' EA . H OLOMAN A NDA LL. who is in the enstoid of thu Sheritf of1 Edulield Duistrict, boy vir tue of a Writ of Clini nd Sntih fai.id:i-I:ttu. ut thel ;nit of James 11. Sweirengin. having tiled in in% 01ive, together vith a .i entt!e fi enth o1-f hi e : .ta ite a n d r.I i t. . l i. p .6 ife r i .,n t t h e t 'in : ..f C ei n : iou Pleas i-raying tli:at'e in.:y be ndiit eid it, Ils nenelit of the Act vf the,. 4;,e.aial A.i-iiimly mn-h for th: relief ,.' [ n t liebr., It is ereft!. rt-lir.d. Thit ithe said IJme H. Saiearenein tin all otiier Creililirs to iiho:n the .iid ihloiini Ittandall L4 in antywis. iilch: ed, ie atnd they nr. herehy Smm ninonedl and !rive tostiice Its ppe r he fore tile -nid Court it 1l.etictl C. F., on Tu daly the fifth day of Mirch next, t) shrew CAue i' tiny they can why the prayer of the .ettition afore said should not lie granted. S. II.1RR ISON. C. C. P. Clerk's Otlieu, Dec. 3, ISO. 2ta 48 State of South Carolina, EL;GEFI Dll liSTilCT, I '.V 'LE.1. Lewis Jones A Thos. B. Reese, Willianm R. Hludson. T1IE Plaintiffs, in the nbove Stated ence, having Lthis day filed their Declaration in my offile, turd the Defendant haviig neither wife nor Attorney known to reside within the limits of this State, on whole copies of snid declaration with rules to plead, can be serve'd: on moition of IV. W. Adamts, Plain titf's Attorney, ordered. That enid Defenidant sp. peir andi plead to saiil Declairation wilin a yea and a 'day froin the diatte hereof, or final anil abo. lute judgment will be given agninst him. ThU0S. 0. BACON, c. c. P. Clerk's office, March. 16th, IS0, ly 10 State of South Carolina, IX (V03IJION l' LE AS. Johnson, Crews it lirawley, Indir.-ers, ) Fure,'yn - p eLalu[ellt a s - n. -t iin a year niad a dliy fr...ma the dale hereof tin . * inent will lie g:vetn ir, il nal und a 2., * '''W ~~: Feb 25. 1860O. qly State of South Carolina, EDGEcFIELD. DISTRItCT, Miekle'r At McCelvey, ) WV. WV. liravirdl. J ticji.. WiV IEIlEAX, the PhlniintilIa have this~ day filed whoii (as. it is said) is ablnentt front and -..- lrout the imis iif thais State, unid han' neither witfe inor At torney~ knouwni wi thin thle 5. niun ithemn a cp ofi the .-:. id declairattiin i;:hlt bie servted. 0n m..tiiOn of Ales.NrF. Tilitman t tiary, P'Inin tiff, A:tiary. it in' irdered th;a' the sid D..I'end anit. dli applelir indi plead! tonL o.id deelharatim w ithini a yeair iind. a day fr. cli. daite, otheri Si final1 ud ab.-ln~~i:i j udl mnel.. wvill bec "iven anid awairdted nignin~st him11. Cl.:rk's OIffice. Feb.. 9. hsr.a. qly 6i W. P. Triotter, WV. W.. linvird. J . W H liE~AN the Plaintit1' has thins day. filied hi5 ii is sa it) is abisat fromt aond n ith~out thIe l itit o this S tt. and' bu' nithiler wifen inr Attiornlei knolwni wmi:ii te nnmeni.n n. ii m lin copyi if thie .aidI derl.1rnt'tin nigh t lie ervedh. On mtioni if 3'lcssrs. TIilinan &t Gtny. P'lual tiff' Altorn.eys, it is iirdered thr. th le .nid Defend-l mnt ido iapplenir iand pkad toi th enb aidl iler.rnliin wiithin: a yeair atal, a .blyv frim th is .Inin.. ether i.-i ;fial and rnbasolute juidgmlent will be givein anmd awaordedl agirns t h:ime. Clierk's tmfi,h'.l. b. th . lstmn gl ti ERESH. SEEDS. AND ONlONi SETT'S. IN~ GREAT QUA NTITY AN]) VA RIETY, an~d for saile at low l.ice., by~ A*. J. P'EL LETIERl &t CO. T IIPSE jiltdeted tr. the Siubscriber nre request T a im ' ' O i C:E..--All uptrsti iitilehtn d to the~ S!'h~iet il er :e ri quesid to ii ettle tip im nie linte'y. Tiin'e.th itn nut ..ettle up; r'r nke sisfaetury :irranlget:ient by the 10th daiy of January nlext will tie sucd. L.. G. IIOLLAWAY. Dec 2.1 3r1 Notice. A LL. the NoteS gi ven to tile for the piurchalse of 11lriopirty a: myi :le in Nomvitreer, IS59, lnot setl. are in the hands of W. W. A pairs, Esq., for enilectiont, andi if not paid ait an early day he is in.-trulcted ti put the snmtle ill Suit. A. W. L.OWE. Dec 24.S15 Sheriff's Sale. John TI. llughes. ) )YV virtue 'if the Writ if Fl. Fam. in the ahnve ) siatued can--. I nmi!! sell ean Wedntesdlay. thme 9hdyfJaunery tnext. at the residletiee of the F''nr 11--rsi.e Wigin. ee 1uggy. Three Cows land Calveos, onei S*w na ld P'ig, "lie lot 'of Cmiin andti Fielder. Phar iut an hotels. 11uumichul and K itchen Furniure. T ermls Cash. LEWIS JONES, s.i~n. F.deelfwId C. 1H., Dee. 17 l mti..I t 501. iNTiCEls TIS.--All person ind~ebttedm to th sae of James Rhtohin. diein.. (pret vios to hi5 denath.) mu.i-t settle upl lay the 1Otth iof Februreary next. eTie debts of the Estale will be prn'inlg tme andii I ma t have the tmney. All thise having detmnids against the Estrate muitst renduer them itn bey that time, as I want to know thme indebtedness of the Esatet. S. 13. WIHATLEY, Adm'~r. Dlec 9.......... t 511 Nae :n mnhei pay;.:nt forthth;nd al suc ni4 havemi d !!tmian.'O i iiit e:tid I 1 'ate will 1.' e c t't them to the Undersrignie n'.te-ted. :1 thne latw re gett-res. IRODT. IRA MJ., Adlm'or. OL'.at 48 Bethany Academy. TIlE EXERICISES of this Institu tioin will he re-uined on the SECOND 'MONDAY in JANUA RY. 161. un -, der the in-truction tof Mr. EOR E GALPHIIN. The aenvral :nipei iteaiicince f the Scbaol is rested in't !nrd of' Trurte., which n ill eluatce nan.tl enre to its interi.ts and sucee:: nt-at whil.-I strict eli e wi- .e : he 1e., y will be held re.pnsibiAle (fr h.o;. and their welfure taij itu-rev:netv ll oject1 11itnd1 ilt. Studenut. will be thorto::hly prepared for uany inatiiiunifia ( L.i:vril: v r .i ilitry) debired ; and p:airent- undl ;:anisian- will ceitr , fatvocr by le' .. :: th. i.!ituti;n ft.r wlich tiw..y ihId the -tulert prepaared.3 RIAte of Turtiont, Por,- So.'.4ir .1,1' Five NMo h 1L.. p'riaaa yv Enagli.h 15 ranchea................. ..... ligher d1.1. ..o. ................2,0 0 Ca,-i. ~and the Ligher L.raihu..; it 3l:::.. laln ir-, Che.:ni't ry, Phlciha..hy. Ph.i.1ie ng,&.............................................. 15.0 0 JOSEpil L. TALUERT, A. 0. WIlTF, 3 .1. 11. Y El .F.LL.1 D. .J. WI LI.1A .. - J. S. IhARlRIlSON, .l1alN E. L.EWIS. j w ..l. e2I 4t 5 A Felt Want TO B-3E S UPPI LIED ON the 4th WeIne-day inl Jai.l.:.r3 1.N. li.e . Subc' -rilbe-r pri.o-e!. u :l. the i a-I C. 0-l n.L'ENT SOU i! llN TE.\ U -.115, to .4n it 4p ilIH SC1100!, inl AiLken. ,. C., f..r 1he .:41ne-ftionI -. Yt)!'.\t; L.4DIE'S. 1-0 sanly i- nharu ij etranmental. bout e-p--viieid :.t what1 :'nv' Par iniformn-io:: aF top te-nu-, .' nN--ly L'- i tat Aiken, S. C. M. w. SAVS. Nov 7 n I Edgefield Female Colkcgo - 1 t! E 11 ~!E~~!o 11. T :.1> . 3,-ti tution wi.ll be preparvu i y the4 lirt .4.1.mon-y .il .lisnto .. t.. bolrd at ' limniwltednu tr o' 1 u.1, i4 - i- in '-%S 13'. lie derr~ tias a ph * a deep a',' : , . respon-il-iliy :aiu ia , r eti.u5e ivpe. .a vith ;.Is bi..nIe't .le-ire t , i.-e le ui i6.tiy dhe ainties which iintv thel. y i.e inl p. . I . 1.- 1:. a nilnt:. r alt p~re2rtae-ti ri.e ' If the . a ic. I Iaec a lt liat tuch till hrri;.tu.tt ta :-Liid be iade. Ini pri .pre -i'n affire niaow:a (r two niy . 4 ;:".) . i If ; - re w-p 1,0 . o j- nJ I Rc.. ius'-b .*I.|i !,1.-i! i.e 'n. r a .-.. St CL', l'AY .i t.. l... ,'. a/rile,,he nA.../ v.1,.r a 1u.. ele.' of -.a T. t:a. .f Tuit'-n. ar.d ial oa., r i e rs.- :.ry it. .r63 i -1 P:iVel: itn i1h1. t:::. a.. , vle.i. h a. ! JOal N 1: (.WaI.TNEY. LII FW H TY H IL L Female Academy. WVEtk gre-,t piea-u-e inl s.y-ing ts stir TV friorn i I n! i.r pui-le e . rdl ti-int the ..ris.- eo tLis Svi:oal itL be reanwrd oil ti u .-caand . nt..v inl .1,:.U I 1. 't, it:% r the ranlaer i.;. .f.l14 .. A. -311TH 1o, u aat tdute aad it Cara,lian F4 iinsle CL-Ile;e il %a.r It aniral a, andl ha u ha. cae l'ee at athree: yearu. Miss S.dI'f II cnei i:;ta our vi iii'y with ;Ith-e -e.t a-f recoinieinduimo. ny ta ii. h it..rtss ia. iI rinelia. u-u y 'Ita augI.t in ta ir-t ch.as Fti. l em.) W1e i.lec stay in ant frlindF, thia al i 'a A.NIITJI lia - eis raisedl umnng u.-, inl the Swut., aan.l par-se's--t.. socal nnaliii t!.t will rna:t:r wr al aileid iil i. i sll% rirele ill islaia t hi r . t .na.1v be can:t. We thirk thbat Y. uig Ladiei ul.a %-Is t. i rea re thorn--gh., teat C.l.1:e aor tai .tie -.-4 Aendenue a iuentiona vas~.ute belta r ai-y where. IL.\ TES OF l UI r ION, Pri S:ssioN or' Fire. Mo-rits, Pri:nary Eia;ilh 1:raul.,...............C-. lli.i--r " " ... .... .aLU i olt Pii s....-.... i... . .*.**... t'ge ,f Ph:Litu per .zisi'-n:...........-.-:...- . G...d Danirden be 1- arocu ed co.viient to the ltcadenwy. Fir iurther pcarticulars applyt to eilii-r of1 thae ndaaereignea.d alt Lo---a'..r, laaca " I . Uti~e. S. C. W. T. WES'T, 'I, A..G..HITE,. at tiuse ni:t11m.n1-y to e.. ine : k.-1.a:sac t laook , :.d iay laos)h. ha ti-e re.tune% i;. :i en uri tot in .elvc... a i'fy ,erice's tea ENT Elt1 LA~ N!)i und1 -l a.it~ ES 2r ithe'la here-i' iaere tha ie l s :are geuted .ccutndl Sc'ed e.,t icto :a 15c :c .. . l'e~leiS e'arn~ l.-r --r.aipin the inlit' in~ aer:.-: p~y e.:i-dirg sI cr::o Inyonptr New Ojrleniu or Ne~w Y'.rk, $1'.: , pr 're. icr a ineh inn a!Ithey wvi.-ha tn:red , ::nid .y (Gai-nniriusle to e ir-elindedt ill thaa Drnt:-. My -pecrn:i..nl .- o tt.is kit..l, it t.s:ai.d1 eil.jv tea (.,a. --na cctai'y, l i !thclh I lit e, un.i ta, ba.ndsl waitin --cic I. t l5 i'h:s af Ou:,a li:ea liiiur. wh lich is ---- l:vi.arli:.ct n iee.-.-:1.Ja.e~ ta tah , t G, (aie -y :tt:ai ('itiln iar~iket in thce noi d.ntil tiany ccn there.). [ wiil bec arh-.rcong~aly nina.iait i ith he. ti'iaart:n-cnli acid Sitae 11..:.ta. :i9.'l iill .ave PIt.~el of e~ery T iw:thip 11r.d Si a..ti itini l ile. of aile liier, :andl111 nil.. rcniAy kiaa.w v'ry ner..: PubIcalie' l.:taci .:.hjeic t.o1 ea~ic ; ii:d vill Ih. r.: inftariat athe i~~cop'e in; ihe alad S:nter,:. thur -hterei~ 11 are id lt haa.- lhlagir.g tco the Siaate, .taentiniinca i iaip Iaatatd~ We i~ Lais. ?aanja't tic entry alt 50t and11 7.., cen.t per nere. det rtiiae 1.y' dli.-taisc.e troll ntavi;;~atinn tio pare-.- ru ilesa and eiiin 75, ieenta. :utc ovecr ii naiib.ia 50 iantt. I wi;l denc enteri atese hiend. ta tat nineh ia-. pe.r nere, cas the .their. I ana ncc Ltad S;eeniantor aiti have no l.n.t it'olr cnt' for le-:. thnna $!a :tr tier.' i'd iain pIaniin..aar nt :and any wholae intere, i. ia tLI.is coun ey l nilji-et is ewcc-f..l'd, via'.: Ta. haivet the '.-tnttry set::cd l:p byv g.wd'c, iaduri.:w a'.t:d re .l.ponaible S'.ni herners ; nted .a,:ca.idly3, tao hav'e :.ein: n;iti ictrnieltaeatn ilw h~er-efits of n1 new --hnt ry :ad godci. 'hi :d, tat cherpl riitc:, befacro pce:.ittor, enncaae atcd :ge' it nai. It' an dout ita.tldl etxt~i Ia. 11,any'.-irit:anda repn-blity, resi.cncs.hI. fira ia.di iaatdh c!c::s. .id~tre:. nila ilt P'..'t Cack. C:c Ilacit. Ca,., Aa kutngar, Fr1i -0 in ::e1 tn..........5cente per' atere. aFront :ten tor t' io nere............"I cen~lti peLr e're. o Li i 1.'i00 tcres I aliviwad, I5 ee'nts ;c ..i. u-h . . i tu rt :-'t.... ' ci : Iiesid, Preer -rinI.nt&rPitt. p. . ranlS is cl:. catnd necreat--f : anal Swamnp Lat. Governnent $1 25 LAND FO. T31lIE Subcrier aff-us t. ..ACHLs OFP LAN!) , iPridlge, ndeljininig lands ot M1.. . ' thie Estnt etf E. Tlylr.adee'cd. I will sell wIth the pinae,. 'l WO < r TIA. til'..a)ES. the Siicak eli' calttle an:cc l ags ildae, tagerther with ahe t'ornt atid ledcer, F.a., ocr .<ix .undciredi knilihl. Corn. GIDlEON EVANS. laee 'N 3t: 51 Committed to the Jail O F Edgectield1 L)i..trict. ia Neg~rn .oy. who. calsV. his uaninie VINXCE, alnd .-iy.- thiat het blongs to alae lleydent Huagheas, of L.a'urenis Counity. Geo. St.id Negrca hwa..i'1 ilapreheIedlcc a.. nr the iun dlary linea at E-'.:eteld anad .A cevil'e lbi.trct,-. weighac aaho-'ai 1 pons 5 fea t Ili or 11 ir.ecen hi;:t..~ad oft a datrk cpp.r color. 'IThe .awnertI is requeletead to) ciane fortwardt, prove pr .perty :and itake. hun :i rny, otherwise lie will be adelt wiih as ihce law dliret. Jaan 2 tr 51 To Hire, 'T '"''I '' "O"'S,'''""''ttwee'''' iir'-la Enqui~jaare af Z. W. CARLWILE. Jtacli . if .52 N OTICE IN ERE (Y GIEN,- bat a Oiliecu oen the 1th dn3 at'o Janauary next1 All paerf caens hainag dle.'andiis aigninst the Es~ltt will. iauuenrnestly reqjue..ted to. settle by thie above WILLIIS SATCIIER, Ad'or. To Hire for One Year,; S"" I.LE I UOIE NIo 1 lE OWSr .. M.. C. Iimal~.