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I LOVE A LAUGH.
I love a laugh-a wild, gay laugh,
Fresh from the fount of feclin.
That speaks a heart enshrined within,
Its joys revealing.
I love a laugh-a wild gay laugh,
0, who would alvays sorrow,
And wear a sad and mournful face,
And fear the morrow ?
I love a laugh-it cheers the heart
Of age bowed down by sadness
To hear the music in the tones
Ot childhood's gladness.
i loe a laugh-this world woul-i be
At best a dreary dwelling
If heart could never spentk to heart,
Its pleasures telling.
Then frown not at a gay wild laugh,
Nor chide the merry-hearted
A cheerful heart and merry face
Can ne'er be parted.
2tr. Sim's Difficulty.
" What's got into this shirt Mrs. Bim"
asked Mr. BiM, as he struggled and strove
with a desperate attempt to encase hinsel f
in a clean shirt that Mrs. Bim had laid out
forhimttenightprevious. "What has got
into it!" " I don't know," said sie,
yawning, "what's in it unless it is your
self." She had hardly got her eyes open,
it was so early in the morning; she had
in fact, been awakened from her slumber
by Mr. Bim's anxious questions as to what
there was in his shirt. It was a queer
question for a respectable lady of forty to
hear at so solemn an hour in the morning
as four o'clock, and she didn't half com
prehend it; but when she became fully
conscious she smiled as she turned the
question over in her mind, and then she
turned herself over, and looked at Bin's
operations, dimly revealed by a sickly,
consumptive looking lamp.
Mr. Birn was going to Albany that
morning by the first train, and the night
previous Mrs. Bim had carefully laid out
the aforesaid garment for him to put on
for the journey. Everything had been
got ready over night for an early start
boots were blacked; shaving had been
performed, the valise packed, and the shirt
would most undoubtedly have been don
ned then with the other preparations, had
not he feared of rumpling it during sleep.
At four o'clock he had awaked, and fairly
got on his pants in his haste, before lie
recollected the shirt.
He had that strange woolly feeling
about the eyes, which one experienceF
before the morning ablutions are perfor.n
ed, and everything was seen through
cloudy medium, which was not relieved
by the lanqp most dismally burning. Under
this dis4antage Mr. B. sought the gar
ment where it had rested the night pre
vious. All right; and now in a great
ahurry. h6 seizes upon it; thrusts his head
turned, over. " There istn't any stiffenting
in this diliey," growled he, ' and the lbut
tons are all on the wrong side, I can't
make head nor tail of it.' Here he gave
another plunge through the cotton. 'It
seems as if the Old One himself was in
it.' '.I should'nt be surprised,' saLid Mrs.
B. rising on her elbowv. It couldn't have
been that she wished to convey thie idea
that she thought her spouse that veritable
being whom all good beings hold in such
holy horror; but she wished to say some
thing, and this was an acquiescent re
sponse to the suggestion of Mr. B. Sympa
thy goes far in soothing trouble.
His face was red and steamy. He, in
fancy heard the car bell ringing in the
passengers, and he heard the shrill notes
of the engine, as it gaily travelled over
the ground, whistling like a plouighman,
proverbial whistlers; and he saw expeet
ing corresp~ondetnts turn away fromi the
depot, cursing his delinquency, and here
he was a hundred miles away, dancing
about his chamber with doubtfutl probabili
ty of his getting his shirt on!
" Bring the light," said Mrs. B., "and
let me look at it." Mr. B. did as she de
sired. He strove no longer ; his master
spirit had strove against the wave of ad
versity, and it had overwhelmed him and
humbly he obeyed, child like, that simple
direction, to bring the light. It wvasa
misnomer by the wany, for never was bap
tismal appellation more inaptly bestowed,
- that struggled there for existence, a light.
He brought hitmself and light before
his then in truth, helpmate. " Why, for
Heaven's slke !" (Mr. B. did'nt exactly
see the relevancy of the ejaculation,) " for
Heaven's sake, Mr. Bins! why you've got
your shirt on boulom side up !"
The truth flashed upon him at once
that such must be the fact, and lie straight.
way proceeded to remedy the difficulty.
This was speedily done, and lie arrived
at the cars just in season. The whole
journey he wvas thinking about it, and
thanking his lucky stars that lhe had a
wife to consult in trouble.
A HARD Hrr.-A plain spoken wvoman
recently visited a married wo~man, and
said to her, " How do you contrive to
" Amuse !" said the oilher staring; " do
you not know that I have my housework
"Yes," said the other, "T see you have
it to do, but as it is never done, I concelu
ded you-must have some other way of
passing your time."
A stuttering Vermonter was aked the
way to Waterbury. WVith great polite
ness he strove to say that it w~as right
ahead, but ini vain. The~ more lie tried
the more he couldn't. A t last, red in the
face, and furious with unavailable exer
tion, he burst forth with-" Gug-gug-go.
'long ! darn ye ! you'll gig-gi-git there
aforo I can tell ye."
To Flow in Clover, Weeds, etc.
Those who have undertaken to plow in
green crops, know the difficulty frequent
ly attending the operation, on account of
the liability of the plow to be clogged,
and the vegetable matter being left un
covered. A correspondent of the Amer.
ican Farmer gives the following descrip
tion of a contrivance he has adopted,
which is stated to answer the purpose
completely : Saw off a block from some
hard, durable, and heavy wood; say about
ten inches in diameter ; then take a piece
of trace chain, about three feet long, con
fine one end to the block, by driving a
small staple in the end, having first passed
I the staple through the end link of the
chain. Point the other end of the block,
and attach a larger chain in the same
manner to that. Tie the short chain (at
tached to the square end of the block,)
to the rod which passes through the
mould-board, and beam of the plow, by
wrapping it around the beam at that place;
drop the block in the bottom of a fuirrow
which has been already opened, (of course
on the mould-board side,) draw up the
long chain, and attach that to the Clevis
pin or clevis ;-be sure that you have both
chains just tight enough to permit the
I block to lie in the furrow; allow no slack.
The short chain gathers the clover, weeds,
&c., and bends them down; the weight
of the block prevents the chain from ri
sing, and the plow laps the dirt over the
weeds, whil.t they aro in a recumbent po
sition. I am this day turning under weeds
as high as the heads of the plowmen,
who are almost wholly concealed.-Co
A FACT FOR FARRu.-Dr. R. T.
Baldwin has recently made public the re
sult of several years' investigations and
experiments upon manures, and the vari
ous ways of fertilizing the soil. lie
states that the best and speediest way to
fertilize any soil, is to cover it over with
straw, bushes, or any raw material, so as
completely to shade. The surface of the
earth being thus made cool, dark, damp
and close, soon undergoes a chemical pro
cess, like putrefaction, and becomes high
ly fertilized. This plan of fertilizing, he
says, may be applied with success to any
soil whatever, no matter how poor, and
the result will be astonishing.
LovE's LAST REQUEST.-" Farewell,
farewell," I cried. " When I return thou'lt
be my bride-till then be faithful, sweet
adieu, in silence oft I'll think of you."
The glistening tears strained her bright
eves,-her thickening breath is choked
with sighs-her tongue denies her bo
som's sway-" Farewell!"-I tore myself
"'One moment stay," she stammered
out, as quick as thought I wheeled about.
o".1y angel, speak! can ought be done
to Comfort thee when I am gone? I'll
send thee specimens of art from every
European mart-I'll sketch for thee each
constancy, my tears are hostage-but
when you write please pay the postage."
Ax ORtFUL DRAUGHT.--AI old ac
quaintance of ours in the country, indul
ges in a very exageratedl style of' discrip
tion and illustration, in his ordinary con
versation. For instaince, when dlescrib
ingr the effect of an alteration of his kit
chen chimney which he had ordlered his
mason to make, he said thait " before the
chimney was altered, it drew the wrong
way so powerful that every flock of wild
geese that flew over the town for ten
years, was sucked dlown into his fire
place, but since the alteration has been
made, the draught was so strong that if
he should hook one endl of an ox chain in
the middle of the kitchen floor, the other
end would standr quiircring up the chim-.
NO-r A PA.tRRLE:, nUT A FAcr.-I
paissedl by the store of the advertiser, and
looked within.-BAy his counter stood
many customer.-, and his clerks appeared
lively ad ha ppy. Tu'rning awvay, I said,
the adverti cer hath wisdom.
Then i 1turned round and looked upon
the storeu of the moan too f'oolish to ad
verlike: lis counter was empty and (dus
tv, and the spiders were building webs
over'3 his drawers. Then I turned away
and said nothing.
QrAKEFR CoRTsHiPm.--" .Martha, doeS
thee love nme ?" asked a quaker' youth of'
one at whose shrine his heart's fondest
feelings had been offered up.
"Why, Seth," answer'ed she, " we are
commanded to love one another, are wve
"Alh, Martha! but doest thou regard
mae with that f'eeling the wornld calls love ?
"I hardly know what to tell thee, Seth,
I have tried to hestow my love on all;: but
I may have sometimes thought, perhaps,
harte." was getting more than thy
A nov who w'as troubled with the tooth
ache, determined to have an old offender
extracted ; but there being no dentist liv
ing necar, he resolved to do the job him.
sell'; wvhereupon he filled the excavation
with powider but being afraid to touch it
off he put a slow match to it, set it on
fire, and then raun.
"I'M losing flesh," as the Butcher said
when he discovered the thief running away
with his meat.
" You'vE a v'ery striking countenance,
as the monkey said to the Elephant whlen
he hit hima over his hack with his trunk.
Wnrmi is a clock the most humble thing
Because it always holds its hands before
its face, and however googli4s works may
be, it is always running itself down.-N.
Wor Tax Collector
F. W. BURT,
HENRY H1. HILL,
SAMPSON B. 3NAYS,
L. A. BROOKS,
WILLIAM L. PARKS,
ELIJAH T. RAUCII.
8. F. GOUDEY,
T. J. WIITTAKER,
THOM3AS W. LANTIAM.
TIIO3AS J. DYSON,
WILLIAM I. MOSS,
VImwfI, Mr. WitiTE,
HENRY T. WRIGTIT,
* WILSON L. COLEMAN,
TIIOM1A S G. BACON,
THIO MAS G. KEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
EDGErFIF.w, COURT HorSE, S. C.
OFFICE NEXT TO TIIAT OF MR. MORAGNE.
July 311850 3m 28
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W ILL be founl at all times in his Office, a
d(1gefield Conrt iouse, near the PLAs
le will attend promptly and strictly to businesi
in his profession.
Nov. 14 tf 51
W. C. MORAGNE,
ILL Practice In the Courts of LAW an
EQUIrY, in the Districts of Edgefiel
Office at Edgefield, C. 1.
Feb. 13, tf 2
G. W. LAN'DRUM
W ILL Practice in tha Courts of LAW an
W EQUITY for Edgefkid and Lexingtor
Oflice in Law Range, Edgefield C. I.
Jan 16, tf 52
JAMES M. DAY
OF RiCHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Permanently located at Edgefield (
II., offers his professional service
to the citizens of the Village an
its vicinity; and will attend to any call he maj
have either in the Village or Country.
All operations warranted.
March 13, 1850. tf 8
A. M. PERRIN,
Attorney for Collecting Claims for
[FoR TnOSE wHo llAvE BEEN ENGAGED IN Til
ROCE RIES, IIA RDWA tr.,
NEG RO SIIOES and BED BLANK.a.
H ATS and CA PS,
vith many other articles too tedious to mention
1ll uf which will be sold very low, and a libera
dscount for CasA.
B. C. BRYAN.
October 2 1850 tf 37
TIlE Subscribers having
Iengaged in the Carriagt
-making and repairing business
/ ~ in P'ottersville, near Edge
feld Court Ilionse, for the ensuing year; would
espectfully solicit a share of public Patronage,
as we shall indeavor to give satisfaction to all who.
ay favor us with their business ; they are also in
mnt of a good wood workman, on Wheels, Car
ige parts and Bo(dies, of steady moral habits,
one other need apply. Good comfortable build.
igs can be procured, convenient to the shop for
ien of families, or boarding on reasonable terms.
IIILL & WARDILAW.
N. B.-A good price will be paid for Lumber
f g~ood Ash, Oak, Hickory, and Poplar, of as
ored dlimeinsions. 11. & WX.
Nov "81850 tf 415
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
B Y JOIIN IIILL, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Silas Lamier, hath applied to
ine for Letters of Administration, on all and
inglair the goods and ehattles, rights and
redits of Marthat llull, late of the District
These are therefore, to cite and admonish
dl and singular, the kindred and creditors of
he said deceased, to be and appear before me,
t our next Ordinary's Court for the said Dis
trit, to be hiolden att Edgefield Court Ihouse,
nr the 27th day of January inst, to show
ase, if any', why the said Administration
bould not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this the
3th day of January in the year of our
ord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one
ud in the seventy-fifth year of American In
de~eneneJOIIN IIILL, o. E. D.
SJanuary 10, 1851 2t S2
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
B Y JOIIN IILL, Esql., Ordinary of Edge.
Whereas James B. Grifi, hath applied to
e for Letters of Adminilstration, on all
ud singular the goods and chattles, rights
ud credits of Emma R. Griffin, late of the
istrict af'oresaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
11 andl singular, the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased, to be and appear before me
t our necxt Ordinary's Court for the said Dis
trit, to be holden at Edgefield Court House
n the 29th day of Jan. inst, to showv cause if
ny why the said adnimiistration should not
Given under my hand and seal, this the 14th
day of Januairy in the year of our Lord one
housand eight hundre'd and fifty-one, and in
the 75th year of American Independence.
JOIIN hILL, o. E. D
Janua r 10 r
For the Remoal ud Permanent Car of Ill
And of thise Cmml.nimits which are caused by an
iinipii!td. weak enei air unishealtiy conditionl 01 tlie
Thie Ieantifull ani coivenient application of th.u
flmysteriius piwers of G;ALVANISM . il MAGNl1
I.M, lihs been lronounced by distinguiished ph)si
risim, hth in Euirope anti the United States, to be
tie wias rtluiabei, medicinal discovery of the .ige.
Dr. CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC BELT
M AGNETIC FLUID,
is ised witi the most peoet and certaiin success In
.11 cases f
itrengthening the weakened body, giving tone t the
vmrious organs, and invigorating the entire system.
Also in FITS, CRAMP, PARALYISI ani PA.SY,
DvSrrPSIA or iNDIGESTION, ItHU.\1ATISM.
AtUtTt and CRlltONIC, GOUT, EPILEPSY, LL-M.
Bl.\ti. DEAFNESS, NFIIVOUS TIIKENOtiS, PAL
PITATION OF Till. HEART, APOPLE-XY, NI-E.
IALGIA, PAINS in the SIt)K and CIIEST, LIVERI
COM.PLAINT, SPINAI. CONIPI.AINT. and (U;-RVA.
TUltF of the SPINE, tl' ClO1LAINT, DISLAS.S
of the KII)NFVS, DEFICIENCY OF NRIIVf:S
and PIYSICAL ENERGY, and all NERVOUS
DISL:ASKS. which complaints arise from one simple
A Derangement of the Nervous System.
Q- in NKI*OV0S CONIPLAINTS. Drngs @.d
Aleiinex increase the disease, for they weaken the
vital emergies of the already prostrated systern ;
while under the strengthening, life-giving, vitalizing
inituence or imlvanismn, as applied hby this heani.
ful anit wondefil discovery, tihe exhausted patoanl
and weakened -miferer is restorod to former helth,
strength. olasticity and vignr
The gleat p.eculiatity and excellence of
Dr. Ohristie's Galvanic Ouratives,
consists, in the fact that they arrest and care disease
iy aitward ap'idlieutialn, in place of time usuil inside
of drugging ai.. physirkinig the Initient, till ealisusted
Natuire sink- hopelesly undler tie intictionn.
7hy sim entin the whole system, equsalize the cir
citatinm of the liodm, passmstarthe secretions, aid nmere
athe slightest inju y umier any cicmstances Si-ce
their initro-lmtinn in time United States. only thres
years since, mnre than
incliting all ages, classes and conditions, amoring
which were a large number of ladies, who are pecu.
liarly subliect to Nervnus Complaints. have bein
ENTIRELY AND PERMANENTLY CURED,
when all hope of relief had heen given up, and every
thinlg lche biWein tric-l in vain!
To illustrate time ise of the 'GALVANIC BELT,
suppose the case of a person alflicted with that be
of civilization. DYSIEPSIA, ny other Chronic or
Nervouk Disorder. In ordingTy-casos. stimulants are
taken. which, by their action on the nerves and
muscles of the stomach, affoidtemsporoey relief, but
which leave the patient in 'lower state, and with
injured faculties, after the n thus excited has
ceased. Now compare this . th the effect iesilting
frimin thoepjplicntion of the GALVANIC BELT. Take
a Dyspetic sufferer. even in Ike worse symptoms of
en attack, and simply tie the Belt around the body,
using time Magnetic Fluid directed. in a short
period the insensible perspi n will act on the
positive elenment of the Belt, by caushig a Gal
vansic circulation which w- a to*the negative,
& thceoe back Li to . ,thns keeping
up a continuous Galvanic nrougiut the
system. Thus the most seve PEPSIA
are PERMANENTLY C K D&YB-IS
OFTEN AMPLY SUFFICIENT TO ERADICATE
THlE DISE.ASE OF YENBSC
Or the smeet Unadoubted cisinet
Prom all parts of the'Coanu could be given, suIB.
clenms to flU every coluisnutl.spaper
AN EXTRAODR ARASE
which conclusively provest
" Truth is strang6 ~nFiction."
Rheumatism, Bronchitis and Dyspepsia.
REV. DR. LANDIS, A CLERGUMAN
of New Jersey. of distinguisheid attainments anmd ex
Smnuy, New Jersey, Jusly 12, 1849.
Dc. A. HI. C'Hmmm~er-Dear Sir: You wish to know
of me what lias beenm the result in my owni case, of thme
apphelmatiomn of TIlE (IALVANIC DELT AND NECK
L.W E. My reply is as follows:
For about twenity ymrars I had been suffering from
Dyelpepsia. FEvery year the sympmtoms becemmis worse,
oma cinlit Iimibtain permanient rells! from any course of
meihcal treatment whlaterer. About fsourleen yesrs
since, in coansequenmce of frequent exposure to time
weather, in the discharge of amy pastoral duties, I lie.
caine subject to a severe Chromes hcumatisni, which
fomr year after year, caused me indescribale ainguishm
Farther : in the winter mif '45 and '46, in coinsequmence
of prrecing a reat deal in my ownm and various
mte huce n this region, I was attacked by thme
Cromchitis, which soon became so severe amso require
sat immediate suspension of my pstoral labors My
neriius system wuas name thoronsglmy prostrated, and au
my Dronichmities became wvorse, saaiodid my Dyspepsia
amid Ithe..matic asfection--thus evincing thmat theseaa
disorders were connected with each other thrmughm time
nmediuim of thme Nervous System. In time whole
pharmmacpeia there seemed to be no remedlial agent
whmichm could reaich and recupmerate my Nervousi Sys
1em ;everythir.g that I had tried fu:- this purpose had
comnidemtely faiiled. At last I was led by imy friied
tn e~ammine your inventionsa, and (thlough ith no very
-mingmine hiopes of their ellicieney,) I deteramined to try
thae effect of thme appilcattion imf thme OA LVAN IC BF.LT
AND NECKLACE, wills the M1AGNETIC FLUID.
This was in .June, 1546. To air mGmsr Asoaisnati-eT,
iN Two DATS NmT DvrrsteA miau ...NE iN vmIsmmT
miATs I WAS Ezsnim.rmn To nvggag isTY P'aerT~at. ..Aios
Nimn inAE I emlNcK Op4iTTEUi A UmILC .Eiisice ON1
AlioGUST OF TiiE Buat:lmmfia ANDs MsV Itmf&AmsATC
sm-r i- N HAs mis Is,.s..? mEA.amv To Tins*ss.i: sins.
Such~ is thme wonderfiil amid hap~py results of time
I have recommended the BKL.T and FLU!!D to
many~ whmo liave been liksewise suffering tromm Nemi
ralgie affections. Thmey have tied them, warms HArr
umisec~r., I m5i.iYV., mc 5;veT mCamr.
I ain, dear sir, verny se,,pectfully yonrs.
1ollSf l.T w. LANDlC
is useil for all comlaints affecting the Thhrsat or
Iiiead such as Broncihitis- Ilmniatinn of thme Thnnat,
Norvomir and Sick licaidache, Dizziness sof the lleand,
Neumalgcia ini time Face, liuzzing or toar-ing in the
s::rs, i~cafamess, which is generally Nerrvous, anad that
dlistsossed ciompiinmt, called Tic unsloreuxi.
DR. C HRISTIE'S
Are foumnd of vast service imm cases of Convsuleinuis or
irs. bspaemnidic Commmplaintr., amid genieral Nervosus
Aitections iii the liead and mulmper exctrenmities. Alam
in palsy aid l'aralysisa, sad all diseasesi caiusedl by a
deicienacy of powem or Nervous EKnergy in time lismbhm
or other organs of the body.
Q~.- Many hundred Certificatee krom all perts of
lbe enmuntm y oft thme most extordhinary charnar cani
leg givsen, if i:eqired.
(Ig No troule sir incoinvenience amttendis thme mise
ni I>R. ClIlSTfb'S fJ.-l.V.1NYIC .'itTICl.ES.
emnd thmey may be worn lby time nost feelei aa.J *eli.
cate, with laerfect ease sod eatety. Ini many cases
thme senisatinnm attendinmg thmeir misc is highly leairm
isndi eemse. Th~ley can be senit tu any part of th+
For sale at E~dgfild1 Court Ilouse, by G. L
May 1, 2mly 15
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Elijah Still et al., Bill for Part ition of
is. the Real Estate of
Eliz'th. Still et al. Jos. Still, dcc'd!.
IT' appearing to my satisfaction, that thec
defendants Jacob-Youngblood and Sarnmh
his wife, Jonathan T. Nichols and Frtnees his
wife, Nancy C. Still, and William Still reside
beyond the limits of this State, on motion
by'Mr. Griffin, Solicitor, Ordered that thle said
defendants do plead, answer, or demur to this
Bill, witin three months from the publica
tiotn of this order, or that the said Bill be tasken
pro confesso alginst thlem.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D.
C'nmm'rse Office Non. 6 1R,5im 9m 42
$30,000 Worth of R
J- M- NEWBY, & I
J M. NEWiYlV, & CO., have received their
. Gentlemen can fiind at this ESTA BLIS1l:
DROBE. Having paid striet attention to the Pn
can olfer thet at the LOWEST PRICES, a:
of GOODS from New York, they can ollr theii
enjoyed. Before purcthasing ekewhere, please C:
Augusta, Oet, 9 1850
HAMBURG, S. C.
TOULD inform his friends :nd the public
rrenerally, that he has opened an EXTEN
SIVE and WELL SELECTEID STO(' O1;
G0ODS in the Corner Store adjoining the A mer
iean Hotel; consisting in part, of th. fllowing
SUGAR, COFFEE. SALT, IRON, BAG.
GING, ROPE, MOLASSES. NAILS,
GRIND STONES, W111TE LEAD
WINDOW GLASS, LINSEED
AND TRAIN OIL. MACKE
REL, BUCKETS. TUBS,
CHAIRS, SHOES, t.c.
Together with a number of articles too tedious to
enumerate ; in fact, almost every article utsually
wanted by the planter in this iarket; all of
which will be sold at the lowest market prices.
Orders from the country will nieet-prompt atten
le will pay the highest narket prices for Cot
ton and other produce.
August 28, 1850. tf 32
WAR-EOUSE AND COMMISSION
HE UNDERSIGNED having formed a co
. partnership, under the firm of A. W AL
KER & CO., for the purpose of carrying on
the Ware-House and Conin ii Siou
Buisimess, and having rented tic well knowi
Ware-HIouse, known as Walker's Ware-Ilouse,
and lately occupied by WALKERn & COLEMAN,
They tender their services to their friends ant
the public in general, and pledge themselves t(
use their best exertious to give satisfaction to thost
who may favor then with business.
Fair advances will be made on produce it
store. A. WALKER,
D. L. ADAMlS.
Sept 4,.1850. if 34
T HE Regular course of LECTURES in thi
Institute, will commence on the first of No.
vember and continue until the last of February
The Anatomical Department will be opened anL
ready to receive students by the first of October
Thu MNedical Dopartment will be under the direc
tion of the following
J. CoNQtrST Caoss, M. D., Professor of the In
stitutes of Medicine, and Medical Jurisprudence
W. BYRD POWEL, 31. D., Professor of Cere
bral Physiology, biedical Geology and Mineralogy
R. S. NZWTON, M. D., Professor of Surgery.
11. J. HULCE, 31. D., Professor of Theory ant
Practice of Medieine.
J. A. WILSON, 1. D., Professor of Obstetrici
and Diseases of Women and Children.
. J. KING, M. D. Professor of Maxeria 3edica
Therapeutics and Medical Jurisprudence.
Z. FREEMAN, M. D., Professor of Anatomy.
J. 31ILTON SAUNDERs, A. 31., 31. D., Professot
of Chemistry and Pharmacy.
Riza:CINz-Professor H. J. HaU.CE.
SURoERY-Professor R. S NEWTON.
Z. FREEMAN, M1. D., Anatomical Demonstrator.
The fees for a full course of lectures amount tt
Each Professor's Ticket 815. Matriculaetor's,
$5. Demonstrator's Fee. 81t0. Graduation, .$20.
Tho.--e desiring further informatinn will pleast
address their letters (post-paid) to the Dean ; and
students arriving in thme city will please call ori
hinm at the Commercial Hotel.
RI. 8. NEWTON, 3!. D..
Dean of the Faculty.
lion. E. Wt. M. KINO, Professor of Theory and
Practice of I~w
Hion. V. D. BAnn.Y, Professor of Commercial
TERMtsS85 per .Session.
All communications pertaining to this depart
ment be addressed to
E. W. M.1 KNG, Esq.
Memp~his, TPenn., Feb'y., 1850.
The Factubics, for intellectual abilites, mnoral
worthm and profesional acquirements,x will compare~
favorably with thte tmost di-ainguished itn our cour
try. The meldienl faculty contittes an atnnmaly
in this or any other country--all of them: are ablt
leemrers and the best of teatchers.
Those who will contenmplate our gcneraphical
position, and the extent of our populatito. c-ar
have no doutim as to the eligibility of ottr situation
for an enterptrtse of the kind. As to health. inclu.
ding all seasons of thte year, we deny that any
other city htas more.
A commnon error exists in the minds of many
sttttents relative to the la;ce of studymg meteme :n
thos'e wvho itend prae-ttemn atnmng thte di-eae o
the WVest and Sotuth Ithtl certainly edtucate thmem
selves at a echIool n htose Factulty are practically
atquaintedl wimth those dise~ase<.
Th at the pllhic may he satisfied of the perma
nenter of thiis school, we feel it otur duty to state,
that the Trutstees anti Facumlty fortn a tunit'int ac-tion,
which augurs well for its fttture sutccess i and that
the pectuliar internal organization which connects
thenm, cannot be interrupted.
E. W. M1. KING,
President of the Me~mphis Institute.
May 15 ly 17
A LL perstns havintg tdetmamtds against the es.
tate of Jacob Shibley, deeansed, will please
to render thenm in tduly attestetd, nnd thttse owing
the said estate will please to make immendiate pay
ment. SILAS LANIElR, Admt'r.
Cum Tecst. annex.
Sept 4, 1850 __ ______ly :33
Old D~r. Jacob Townsend's
S a r s a y a r i I I a .
T UST Received 6 dozen of Old D~r. Jacob
d' Townsend 's origintal conmpountd Sy rup of Sar
saparilla, and for sale at the Drug antd Chemtical
Store of E. F. & A. (. TEAGUE.
May 1, 18if 15
, LL persons htaving demandis against the es
.L..tate ofJohtn Iharrison, tdeceased, are re
quested to htaud thtem to the stubscriber, properly
attestetd, and all those indehted to the estate are
requested to make paymntt.
JAMES M. HTARRISON.
Sept 3, 1850 ly "~3
Candiles. Soap, &c.
50 Bhoxes Turpenttine Soap, in 2 and 31 lb. hars.
35 do A damantttine Catndles, a suiperior ar
20 IBoxes pttre sperm Candles,
20 do Tanllowi do
50 do Fancy and Toilet Soap, in Unars,
Balls and Cakes, various qtualities.
For sale by H. A. K(ENRICK.
Hamburg, Sept 18 1850 t f 35'
1200 ~\SCS ALT, just receivedl and
Unmhur, Aun. 28'2
eady Made Clothing,
dA D R E T.11L, Br
FAL L and WVINTER STOCK of (;LOT[IING,
UlENT every article necessary for their WAlR
rrclae and manufacture of their GOODS, they
d with their weekly receipts of all the new siyls
eustomers adcantages they have not heretofore
til and examine.
REPORT OF' THE TIIAL OF
FOR TIlE MURDER OF 1113 WIFE,
MATILDA E. POSET9,
BEFOlRE the Court of Common Pleas and
Gener1al Sessions of South Carolina, held at
Ellgefield on Wednesday, October 3d. 1849;
with an Ape.elix eontainirg all the new testimto
ny developed at the subsequent trial of
MARTIN, ELBER1T AND FRANCIS POSEY,
For the mur-ler of a Negro Slave,
DCY A JUNIOa MEIER OF TIlE EDGEMInLt, A.R.
Just published and for sale at this Office.
1 Fa'I.: 25 Cents.
June 26 1850 tf 23
B3LCER & BOLLINGSWORTE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ARE now receiving a large and well selected
.L Stock of GROCElIES, to which they in
vite the attention of their friends, one or both of
the firm will be found at the Warehouse of Wal
ker & Bryson, till 1st September, when they
will open their
on Broad Street next door below the old stand
of Adams & F-rgo.
BIELCIIEi & ITOLLINCSWORTH1.
Augusta, Aug.21 1850 tf 31
Family Groceries, &c.
ILE undersigned is now receiving his Fall
I supplies of family G ROCERIES, WINES.
LIQUORS, SEGARS, &c. comprising the lar.
aest and best assortuient ever offlered in this mark.
et, all of which has been selected by himself and
adapted to thc wants of Families, Planters, &e
eompri.ing almost every article usually needed in
Persons intending to purchase in Hamburg om
A ugut:ta, are respectfully invited to call and ex
awiin fur thewmselve..
H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Sept IS 1850 tf 35
Wincs, Liqours, &c.
WIlISKEY.-New Orleans, Monongahela
Funk, Miller's, Virginia and Scotch.
I. UM.-New England, St. Croix and Jamaica
WINES.-Madeira. Port, Sherry, Teneriffe
Nilaa, Miuscat, Sicily Madeira, &c.
GIN.-American and Holland.
BItAN DY.--Cogniac, " Heunessey" "Mar
tel," " Otard Duprey & Co." Rochelle, Ameri
COlDIALS.-Peppermint, Anniseed, Perfec
Love, Rose, (in bottles and on draught.) For
sale by the Cask, Barrel or Gallon.
H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Sept 18 1850 .35
STATE OF SOUTEH CAROiUNA.
James hie3anus and wife, aid
others, App'is. . one
Lewis Bledsoe and wife, and }1~e.
ITappearing to my satisfaction that Thomsa
Al lns, Hugh Mcelanus, and the children
of Archy Mcelanus, deceased, viz: John L.
Mealanus, Sarah McManus, and Elizabeth Me
Slanusq, Ileirs and distributees of the Real Estate
of the late Goody McManus, of Edgefield, de
eased, live beyond the linmits of this State, it is
therefbre ordered that they do appear in the
Court of Ordinary for the District aforesaid, on
or before the first Monday in February next,
(18S51) to show cause if any, why thme Real Es
tat.:or the said Gto(Ily McMausl. should not be
sold for partition, or their consent to the sanme
will lie entered of Record. Given under my
hand at my office, this the 40th day of October,
A. D. 1850.
JOHN IHLL, o. c. o.
STATE OF SOUTrH CAROLINA.
James Eidson et atl. Bill .for Partition
Ts. of the Real E state of
H . Iloulware et al. W1 . Humph rics, de'c'd.
Llowing~ defendaunts inu this eatse, reside out
of' this St ate. Viz : Levi Wilson and Stlargatret
his wife, Bovec Eidson, Roln Eidson. Wmn.
Eidlson. Larkini Norwoodl and Elizilethm his
, ie, John Ilumnphries, Williamn Hlumph~ries,
Simecon I humphuries, Rolan Hlmuphries, Nan.
ev IHumphries, Williaim Ilowell and Celia his
n'ife l,Katunr~tIa Huphrie-, JosIih IHowell, Wmn.
FoJmsRutherford and Mdarthma his wife,
IJas Boulware, Mark Boulware, Gideon Chris.
ian i anid Jineer his wife : On miotion of' Mr.
Grilin, Solicitor, Ordered, that thme said abhsenmt
defendants do plead, answer or denmur to this
Bill within three months from the publication
of this order, or that the said Bill be tatken
pro conifesso against them.
S. S. TO31PKINS, C. E. E. D.
Comm'rs Ollice, Nov. 6, 1850. 3m 42
Sugar, Coflee and itoIasses.
[1TIHIDS of S UG AR of various brands,
U J501Barrels, St. Croix Granulated do.
50 Unags Rio Col'e,
20) " Old Government Javo Coffeec,
-10 hais Cuba Molasses,
~25 B3ble. N. 0. do.
For sale by A. BURNSIDE.
Uawml~urg, Ang. 28. if i32
i L those h~aving demands against the estate
1. of Allen B. A ddison, decease,are reueWs
tel to present them prope~rly attested and those
indebted to make paymnent.
G. A.' AI)DDISON, E's
E. J. 311MS.
Jutly 24 18$50 tf 27
Carriage for Sate.
4N excellent second hand CARRIAGE, in
L fine order,-the owner having no use for
it-for sale low on conisiglimnent, for cashi or good
paper, by W- 13- BR A NNN
liamlburg, Dec. 10,1850O. 8t 47
Baging and Rope.
OBA LES Gunny BAGGING,
150 Pieces heavy Dundee Bagginm,
IHamburg, Aug. 2S tf 32
N 0 T I C E.
A LOT of NF.W FEATHERS for sale.
A'ply tol3. C. BRYAN.
.Tam i n. tf 5
prove-theignabate d d
Haigkme as r ar
Paz Of theIWtutIn a 44
goven to the 1
will be mad ie ser. - -
and to make it', i prfese
School. Every'Ie"ms has at .
choice of Assisr-:rs and Tr Booy, to ten r.'
it more than evern essentially .
SeMildef; insuthti !
and in thlie ustc Deorimti-iBt nand-14
few'schools an vie 'ih thea
the number of Teaches
Circulars of Ternisde.'an
tion, by mail or othewee to th'e
a Catalogue is on the v
Edgefield, December 25t 3850.
pleasur hfannouneg li0
feet sueeesioring the y Ah
publiprtpi e'.S o
Institutios o n i their
and utilitythanpub gove ethiy laved
posed of thep underr r restiction
to the present Pou R. .Ci i
and eel &nfitthat- undcr his exprSl
enee nue a
Every step.n tl
sible, of Norther-1y
personal, and they
School in their mid. h
sent and future n
In relinquishing ofthe In
stitute, they by icitude for
its success-on ri alays re
main watchful inteests and
existing stillas ao riiy RlefeS
ready to proteet
F. HI. WL> . Garm
R. T. MAns F.Gooz
Edgefield t 9 . . 9 ...
LT The Ate - WIa'Rei
times, and fo ft
R I D GE:
T U iisschool- isnow ond niifof
T 1r. E. Ka WradiV
Mr. KzsE hah5ber
he also assisted Mr.
months, whilst in his
employers, our Te 1
The Scholastic 4 o
and no scholar will
from twelve -IwEntyje
serbe , eels-ba ase s -
Grertifyth hi m
ohebabi efhes ~ bestta__
H~e is cordially commen'i -
of all, who would respect
regard merit. z . -~
(Signed,) . ;15
Anidersun, s. ., Oct
T Stock of BOOTSAN
lent quality, to whichh'rs nie
those in want, to call and ewxamlia beiden purcha
sing elsewhere. They consta part,, as "fol
Ladies Shoes adGaiters, -
Misses and Children do.d
Gentlemnc;Boys and Cildrona.Boots &Shoes
Negro's Boots and Shoes, strong and-heavy,
House Servants~Shoes, &c., all of which will
be sold very a.ow.
A fine Stock of French -and American Calf
Skins, Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather, and find
ing siof every description. -For sale at the Boot -
aid Shoe 8lanufactur of
Se gars, ~ c.
150,000 Spanishrand Ameri *~su various
qualities, consisting- of- " Euh i, Venus,'"
" Lavielka," "La Catedral" &c he, comapris .
ing the largest and bestae teotf Segars
ever offered for eale ini Hamburg.
30 Boxes ChewingTobsceo. various enalities.
100 Dozen papers Mrs. Millers fine cut-chew
ing and smoking Tobacco.
20 .Tars Scotch, Raa and Macahoy Snuff~
100 Bottles do &ido do do
For salc by H. A. KENRICIK
Hamburg, SeptA18 1850 tf 35 -
Iron and INaiIs
50Lbs. Castste el e o ss~
Hlamburg, Aug.28 . tf 32
LL those indebted to the la 0 r
...cuaLLr & Tha.z., in theCaiaem in
business, and also to the Estate of ae l~el
dee'd., arc requested to make imsmediate pay
ment. And those having demands agamnst. the
firm of Mitchell & Hill, or the Estate -of Caleb
Slitchsell, dee'd., are required to render theaiaina
properly vouched, on or befortathe first- of Do
ember next, or they will be. rejected.
JOHN HILL, Adm'r.
June 26, tf- 23
THOSE indebted to the Estate of Eagh il I
burn, deceased, are requested to make am. '
mediate payment, and all those havingdeanada-'
to presentthem, properly attested, to mes, ontr~
before the first of January next, or they will i~~
rejeeted. Given under my band at my
ths20th April,.1850. .
ALL those indebted to thet
.t.Robertson, deceased, are
payment, and these h
them, properly attested. -.