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WE sat by the fisher's cottage,
- - :We lookedon sea and sky,,
We saw the mists of evening
.-0'me riding and rolling by:
The lights in the lighthouse window
Brighter and brighter grew,
And on thedim horhon
A .hlp stil hung in view.
W#uj4k oftofaned sWiku,
of t~a andoualfli;
How he floats itwixt sky and water,
'Twixt joy anduorrow's stife
We spokeof south and north,
Stnge men, andstranger customs,
That those Wild lands send forth:
Ofthe giant trees of Ganges,
Whose balm perfumes the breeze;
And the fair nd slender creatures,
That kneelby the lotus-trees:
Of the flat-skulled, wide-mouthed, Lap
So-dirty and 0ismall
- o bake their fish on the embers,
Andecower, and shake, and squall.
the maidens listened earnestly,
At last the tales were ended;
Tlie ship was gone, the dusky night
Bad on our talk deseended.
Dodging a ilitia sine.
BY THE YOUNG 'UN.
In days-gone by, when objectionable
militia.laws were in force in Massachu
setts, the customary draft was made in a
country town, a few miles from Boston;
and a notice to "appear, armed and
equipped according to law," was left at
the boarding house of a wag, who pos
sessed very little marshial 'music' in his
soul. Determined that he would neither
train nor pay a fine, and entertaining,
withal,'a very indifferent opinion of the
utility of the.system, he took no notice of
the sunmons. Having been duly warned
however, as he anticipated, at the expira
tion of a few.weeks the sergeant waited
upon himqivith' bil of' nine shillings for
'on Attendance at the muster.
"You're ned, sir-nine shillings
" What is it I" asked the wag, pretend
ing-to misunderstand the collector.. -
"Fine for hot training !" bawled the
"Well, Isban't pay it," replied the wag.
"It will be three dollars next time I
call," said the collector.
But the wag'could'nt hear a woid he
siid; and in the course of another month
be 'received, a peremptory summons to
appear forthwith at a court.martia in the
districtinstituted for the puitose of try
i~~dlid ntijdbd6etinja dich fines
a~ ildl'e scared -out of'the.nonperfor?
upersofdnlty. Hiav~ing fixed upon a final
plan to dodge the issue,.at the 'appointed
hotirhe -waited upon the court "to show
cause, if any he had, why he 'shouldn't
willingly have toted a miusket and knap
spck ajhout tlie town fdr atwelve mortal
houiis,-anb otherwise perform the legal
He was ushered into the court-room
iniedately--which was held in an old
country house-wheeediscovered some
three'or four- leraons seated, attired in
fleshy regimentals, and whose awful "yal
ler epoletts"' alone woesufficient to comn
zn'dthe~'ttendon and 'respect of the
Profoundest beholder. Thoug somewhat
disioneerted at this rather unexpected
sight of spurs and buttons he, put a bold
faceon the matter, and responding to the
direction of the junior member of the au
gust court, he advanced to the table, and
the chief functionary commenced the ex
".Your~ name, air !"
~The offendler placed his band to the
side of his hiead, without uttering a word
or moving a muscle in his face.
" uhat is your name I" repeated the
(destiotier in aloud tone.
"A little louder," said the wag without
"Name," shoated the Judge.
"Franklin, Bristol county."
r Wlatb'utiitfss do you follow t"
" Broad sti-eet," said the delinquent.
"Your buines," yelled the Judge.
" Right-hand-side as you go up."
" How'long have you been there !"
"About two miles and a halt"
"How old are you I" continued the
Judge becoming quite nervous.
"5 What's the matter with your cars I"
"'Dr. Searpie's oil sometimes, and some
times Dr. Cur'em's ointment."
" Why don't you answer."
"He's' deaf as an adder;" remarked
tke Judgesturning round to his subordi
"Clear the lubber out."
"You arenot liable to perform milita
ry duty," said -the seeretary, with his
mqutli to the wag's ear.
. "know that," said the fellow coolly.
"-His hearing improves," ventured the
"Whatld you-suppose we sit here
fory~ld~hdJige, in a loud voice, at
"Adollar and+JiaM a dsy, saM the
".You can go," said the nrider aoeer,
$bigto the door.
liut our friend took no notice of the
- Y~&sago!" yelled the Judge.. Is
e la- mancanebe ascdeaf as all
ai'ty"Oiietinued the delinquent,
te ttl losad " but'-1
"Go---GoI" screamed the dudge; "you
havo nothing-to~ 2 t the general
who has a rgfet*eyou to. comn
mandl Show him the.door, majorl" and
our-herofound himself at liberty.
He w is never again surpmonedtofrain
during his rouidenoe ini that Town,
UPo.N iIs .lESER'iEID RzAM S.-'0hn,
said a gentleman to his coachman go to
the well and bring some water.
Excube me, sir, said John, it is not my
True! true! I had forgotten, Harness
the horses and put in John, and bring the
caoch to the front door.
Yes sir. .
The coach was brought.
Thomas take the piteir, get into the
coach John will drive you to the gate.
Get a pitcher of water and let John drive
you back again'to the door and he may
then put up.
Query. How much trouble did John
save himself by not going for the water I
"SEE uERE, how.long will ., these lo
cust rails last I" inquired a. traveller of a
western urchin, while riding past a long
string of fence made of this material.
"T'1hey'll last forever," responded the
boy, in a ornfident tone.
"Foever!" exclaimed the stranger;
"how do you know that?"
" Why, my father tried it twice, and I
guess I ought to know by this time," said
the lad very gravely.
A SInAuvn.--" Why are you like an
annual, my dear t" said a saucy lover, as
he pulled Harriet into his lap.
"I do not know."
"Because you are so handsomely
"Indeed," said Harriet. " Why, then,
am I like a law book I"
"Really, I cannot tellr'
"Because I'm bound in calf."
A VERY fat man, for the purpose of quiz
zing Dr.--of N-, asked him to pre.
scribe for his complaint which, he declared,
was sleeping with his mouth open.
"Sir," said the docter, " your disease is
incurable. Your skin is so short, so that
when you shut your eyes your mouth
TuE modest young lady who refused
to go into the rifle factory because some
of the guns had no breeches on, it has
been ascertained is distantly related to
the one who would'nt swing in the garden
because the potatoes had eyes.
CARRYING politeness to excess, is said
to be raising your hat to bow to a young
lady in the street, and allowing a couple
of dirty collars and a pair of socks to fall
out upon the sidewalk.
" LA xE, do see how beautiful that pea
fowl spreads his posterior extremity," said
a modern belle the other day, pointing to
a peacock displaying his tail in the barn
A RIsE iN 'E WoRm.-The Balti.
more Sun says that a Baltimore bricklay
er is at work in. San Fra-cisco. with a
Baltimore lawyer carrying the hod for
What is the most like a crow in a gut.
Wbiy a crow out a gutter.
CA NDIDA TES
rer Tlax Collector
F. W. BURT.
HENRY H. HILL,
SAMPSON B. MAYS,
L. A. BROOKS,
WILLIAM L. PARKS,
ELUJAH T. RAUCHT.
B. F. GOUDEY,
THOMAS W. LANHIAM.
THOMAS J. DYSON,
T. 3. WHITTAKER,
VIRGIL M. WHITE,
HENRY T. WRIGHT,
WILSON L. COLEMAN,
THOMAS G. BA CON,
H. R. S PA NN,
ATTORNEY A T LAW,
OFFICE the same as heretofore used by
WARLAIV & SPAYN.
February 5, 1851 tf 3
G. W. LA NDRUM
W ILL Practice in tha Courts of L AW and
EQUITY for EdgeS&d and Lexington
Ofie in Law Range, Edgefield C. H1.
Jan 16,,if 52
W. C. MOR A GN E
~7LPractioeo4n the Courts of LAW and
VEQUITY, in the Districts of Edgefield
Ofie at Edgefleld, C. H.
Feb. 13,. tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W ILL be found at all times in his Office, at
Edgefield. Court Houe, near the Paaa
He will attend promptly and strictly to business.
A ME S M. DA Y
OFE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
etn hifeyoessed at Edgefield C
~&.i.?r e~oi- -n of the Village and
its vieiiy ;' and wit attend t.any ..ll he may
have either-in the Village or Counltry.
Al oprationsyamnted.1 -.
Mah11850~ t- I 8
A. 1W. PERRiN,
Atorny for Collecting Olmias gar
BOU NT Y L A ND,
i.a rosz who 'AYE BEE ENIGaGED I 'fna
SzravicE or ins UNrrso Sina.
Ofie-Edgefield C. I., S. C. .
T EL Subscriber has just received his Stock
of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
from Charleston, direct importations,
Rich Silk Dresses,
" "1 Tissues,
" " fig'd "
" Figured Barages,
" " Muslins Swim and Jaconet,
A fine Lot of Gingham and Muslin Gin- I
hamINsffor Ladies Dresses,
Ladies- Embroidered Cspes, fine worked
Co lflvsid Sleeves,
Pine Bonuni* 3o9nnt, Sash, Nek and
Gloves and Mitt,, Kid, Silk, Lisle Thread,
and Sewing Silk,
"White and Blacik Beaver, Moleskin, Panama,
Leghorn, English, Straw and Palm.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Gentlemen's, Ladies and Misses, of every
A few ready made COATS and VESTS.
Also, GROCERIES, HARDWARE and
CROCKERY, all of which will be sold vaaY
LOW, and aliberal discount for CAsM.
B. C. BRYAN.
March 13, if 8
THE Subscriber is now re
ceiving a SPLENDID Stock of
SPRING& SUMMER GOODS
Super sup. Back French Twilled
Super sup. Blue French Twilled Cloth, 9
" " Brown "t
" " Black fig'd and Doe Skin CAS- 3
SIMERS, (a large supply,)
Fancy Checked DRILLINGS, new styles, i
Heavy Plain "
A superior lot of Plain Bl'k Silk VESTINGS,
Figured ' "
Fancy flg'd " "
- White " " " f
White Silk Vestings embroi'ed with Animal., m
Buff and White Marsailes " " " t
" "s Valentia " t " o"
A beautiful lot of Fancy Silk CRAVATS,
Silk NECK TIES, with embroidered Ends,
A large lot of Black, White, Kid and Linen
Also, a good supply of HATS, READY
MADE COATS. of various kinds, SHIRTS,
DRAWERS. &o., &c. All of which he will
sell LOW for Cash or to punctual customers, and
made up in a style inferior to none.
March 13 tf 8
W OULD respectfully inform their customers
and the public generally, that they are
now receiving their SPRING STOCK, and are
prepared to offer for inspection, the most choice t
selection of FANCY GOOtDS, ever of
rered in this market. Before looking elsewhere,
we kindly solicit our friends to call on us, and
Printed and Plain Bareges, Organdies,
Grenadines and Silk Tissues,
French Muslins a 121 cents.
Plain 'nd Printed Jaconots and Cambrics,
New Styles of Printed DeLaines,
Mourn'g 2Bareges and Grenadine.,
Plain and Printed Lawns
American, English and F rench Prints,
Linen Poplin., Ginghams, &c., &c.
We have, also, an extra assortment of the
latest-styles of JEWELRY, which we will sell
CHAsara than any other house this side of Char
Our Stock of HATS, BOOTS & SI!OES,
AND CROCKERY, in price and guality, will1
please the most fastidious.
Longmires, March 25. 6t 10
T Abbeville Banner please copy one month
and forward bill to R. M. F. & Co.
T HE Trustees of the Edgefield Female In
Istitute, in announcing the death of the late
Rector, Mr. Rosa-r H. N~cnoL.:s, have the
satisfaction of inzforming the patrons of the School
and the public generally, that the exercises of the
Institute will be resumed on Monday next, 17th
instant, and continued under the Superinten
dane of Miss M. CORNELIA PELOT, in the
higher Classes, and Miss ELIZA P. PELOT,
in the Primary Department.
The Music Department will be under the di
rection of Mrs. SUSAN NICHOLLS.
The Trustees take pleasure in expressing their
entire confidence in the competency of the above
named ladies in their several Departmenta.
The Terms and regulation. of the School will
be the same as heretofore.
N. L. GRIFFIN,
F. I. WARDLAW,
S. F. GOODE,
R. T. MIMS.J
March 12, 1851. tf 8
List ot Letters
R EMAINING in the P'ost Office at Edge
field C. H., on 1st April.
A tkinson, James D. Hendron, James
Alexander, Thos. K. Hende -n, E. B.
Anderson, Thos. Harni -,G. B.
Abey, Mrs. C. Heath. Sarath
Adams, Nancy Ieleburger, Adam 2
Avery, John Johnston, James
A bey, Mrs. M. Jay, James or Jesse
Brandon, jr., John Jones, Henry P.
Boothe, James Key, Henry
Boyd, Mary 2 Kenny, C.'H. 2
Bean, Franklin Keese, Esq.. E.
Booker, Boston Meriwether, Dr. S. G.
Cuboa, Jordan Mitchel, Mary C.
Cartledge, Samuel Morris, Doctorn
Chapman, Thos. Maya, Elizabeth
Crowl, Rev. J. H. Matlock, F. Graves &
Culbreath, Lewis Mosley, John C.
Claybrooks, S. Nichalds, W. C. 2
Cochran, Robert Ogillvie, 3. H. Judge
Cokam, Mary Owsly, W. W.
Crofford, WV. Posey, Benj.
Cooper & Co., J.W. Permenter, John
Claybrook, Dr R. W. Perdew, John
Coley, Zachariah Rutledge, P. 8.
Conner, Ceborn Smith, Win.
Cartledge, Mary Sellek, F.. W.
Coflgs, Lewis Stevens, Thonmas
Dust, Elias L Smith, Oliver
Dilleney, Jesse R. Scott, David
Fletcher, Samuel M. Smith, Alfred
Glenn, James H. Salter, John
Gi, John Samuel, Elizabeth
Henderson, Miss E.28Stevens, Samuel
Howard, John Towls, ;Willian
G. L PENN, P. M.
'pri10 - t 312
A LL those having demands against the Estate
of Abner V. White, deceased,are requested
to present them, properly attested, and those in
debted to make payment.
Apri29,JOHN H IJLL, Adm..
Apil29 f 15~
A Lpesn having demands against the Es
A tate of Ja ong, dee'd., will present
the daly attested, and those indebted will mak
J30 *J. A. EICHELABERGER.
New Rir J a ods
RAVEOW rece heir all supplies
-SPRING &; 8 R G.OODS,
ompring i a- s ent they have
wer oferedto "t embracing a great
rariety of new and , tioles.
Paris pride rich'and-elegant
~ih - -ted Cgi-~eges,. and
oulard Silks, othe riss .
Stiperior French, prim . a Or
udies of new and bea es.
RichBrocade Gre an elegant article
r Ladies Dresses.
Superior plain C le Black Crape do
?aris, and plain Black S' enadines.
Superior plain Blae ' . Cheie, Satn
qord, Rich Tafita and " Watered Silks.
Rich Colored Dress Sllks;of the latest Paris
Small Checked Silksf ; Ladies Spring and
ummer wear of les.
Splendid Wliite ,iidiWhite Gren
Superior Swissand;-Jso.l dgings -and In
ertings, (some ofextra-q qe . a
Ladies ExtraRich Fr i, and Bridal
l'Mies 'superior White Bck and 'Colored
ad Gloves. :1*;!.
Ladies Parasolsf,6r &^1rndfelegant rtyles.
Plain White and-BlSefand~iciinbroidered
;renadine Shawls. :. I
Rich Embroidered .White and Mode Colored
bawls, of splendid sityles.
Superior plain White.- Black, Salmon, Mode
ad Cherry Colored Crape Shawls.
A very large supply of Mourning Goods, for
Zadies Summer wear.
Superior French,Engsilind American Prints
a gredt variety of tylet;.
Superior:Minchester and-French Fancy, and
4ourning.Ginghams, of newsid beautiful styles.
A large'supply of artioelssgitable for Gentle
nen's and Youth's:Summer wear.
With a great var'etyeC-' er articles suitable
rFAMILY and PL'A TTION use, and to
11 of which, they rOpety invite the atten
ion of the public.
A pril 10 _ _ 12
Ln' ,0 t jj 1 i-1 n s.
NODE NE &EA R
-AkGU iGAI -.
AVE iv- fo e Yqrkz Lodies'
9Paris Snde -ilks TJL4S, of new
n splenidi(ss esfqr !Er.
Ladies Fre oWyk 1 li M tillas, of
he latest Paris styl
Ladies rich Whiein llak Liee Mantillas,
f elegaht styles, o
Ladles Black 'lce Sbatls; .ud. white and
.Ladies Fr'nch Worked 1usii Colaui, Che
isets, Cafe and Underiaeves
;LadierLaie CollarsCahand aderuleeves,
TO al) Of w hthe tlly ihe at
Ction of the Ladies.
April 10 t 12
Curtat A J ia Is.
AVE received frq New, York: White
1 Embidiehdzredy M i CAR
AINS, of new and e tyis.
White Emtbiaid ll Curtains, at very
Superior Fri aturi Prints, and
slain and Ay~~d4T Red>
To all of wlij by;sflyinvite the at
ention of the iblie.3 -t:N".
April 10 'ti T . 12
HE UNDERdIGNE~Iiving formed a c
Upartnership, under the farm of A. WAL
ER & CO.,for the purpose of carrying on
e Ware-Hosse and CornanIisiom
Beastnes, and hsving rented the well known
Ware-House, known asiWalker'sE Ware-Hlouse,
and lately occupied-by WALKER & COLEMaN',
They tender their servics to their friends and
be public in general stid pledge themselves to
s their best exertions torgive satisfaction to those
vho may favor them with business.
Fair advances will be made on produce in
tore. .- - A. WALKER.
D. L. ADAMS.
Sept 4, 1850.t 34
Hf'E Subscribers having
Iengaged in the Carriage
mnlihigand repaiing business
in Potteraville, near Edge
jeld Court House, for the ensuing year ; would
respectfully solicit a share of public Patronage,
as we shall indeavor to give satisfaction to all who
nay favor us with their business ; they aire also in
vant of a good w'ood workmnan, on Wheels, Car.
riage parts and Bodies, of steady moral habits,
none other need apply. Good comfortable build
*ngs can be procured, copvenient to the shop for
nc of familhes, or boaraing on reasonable terms.
HILL' & WARDLAW.
N. B.-A good price will be paid for Lujiber
if good Ash,, (ak, Hiokory, and Poplar, of as
morted dimensions.**. H. & W.
Nov 28 1850 . .tf . 45
W ANTED by the Hamnburg and Edgefield
TPlanik Road Company, by the month or
year, TWENTY able-bodied'H ANDS. A pply
to H. A.1 FsNRICK, President, or
S. TROWBRIDGE, Super'dent.
Hamburg, Feb 3,-1551. tf 3
Brought-to the .Jail
F this Dilsti, H~ negro man who says his
'namelai JOHN, nnd that he belongs to
Mr. George Th'?oriitd, 1iving neir C~o~umbus,
Georgia. Said Jobs, is fee 'feet eight inches
high, dark eomplsetedaebouf23 years of age,
and as a large aarinhe back part of his
oed caused bg a liin.
The owrner is requested to come forward,
prove property, y chare and take him
away, otherwiseilbedawith nte
ording to law.
H. R. SPANN, i. E. D.
April17 tf 13
Old Dr. ktol Townsend's
S a r e a;griUI a -
J UST Received !Giozen of Old, Dr. Jacob
Toisse~bd'Srficlompound Syrup of Sar
saparia, and for slat the.Drug and Chemical
Store of -..A1. G.TEAGUE.
May 1d850Usf : -*f - 15
Aof a small hda, in which the Eng
ish branhes aldnei ko be tight, iiiiy 'idA
employmnt fijapp a ugtoeliber of the Subscai
yesi- aouttirevd nge Seth-Eat f
e mus somlve re'eomended, and must
be aSouterner,ii iaohther will be received. -It
is desirable to open -the Mehool: by the irst of
a.- - .omLL1 RHODES. ) 9
I WILL attetid at the following~paces herein
Latersleeiiedto dollectthe General and Dis
trict Tax for thaydar 1 850.
At Pine House, on Monday, 24th March,
" Randolls', " Tuesday, 25th "
" Graniteville, " Wed'sday 26th "
" Beach Island, " Thursday 27th "
" Hamburg, " Friday 28th "
"Geiger's, " Saturday 29th "
" School House, " Monday 31st "
" Red Hill, " Tuesday 1st April,
" Park's, - " Wed'sday 2d '
"Freeland's, " Thursday 3d-"
" Liberty-Hill, " Friday 4th "
"Cheatham's, " Saturday 5th "
"Edgefield C. H. " Monday 7th "
" John Smyley's, " Tuesday 8th "
"Sheppard's, " Wed'sday 9th "
" Mosley's, " Thursday 10th "
" Moore's, " Friday 11th "
"Towles' " Saturday 12th "
"Clary's Store, " Monday 14th "
"Perry's,- " Tuesday 15th "
" Rhinehart's, " Wed'sday 16th"
"Mt. Willing, '- Thursday 17th "
"Whittle's, " Friday 18th "
"Ridge, " Saturday 19th "
"Win. Smyley's, " Monday 21st "
" Richardson's, " Tuesday 224 "
" Allen's, -- Wed'sday 234 "
"Edgefield C. H. " Monday 5th May
a a " " " Tuesday 6th "
After which time my books will close.
S. B. MAYS, T. C. E. D.
March 13 tf 8
DELOHERa & BOL.ZZNGSWORTE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
A RE now rec.eiving a large and well selected
.t.toek of GROCERIES, 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 M'anms & Fargo.
BELCTIER & HIOLLINGSWORTH.
A ugusta, Aug. 21 1850 tf 31
G R OCE R I JES.
4[ HIHDS. SUGAR, consisting of fair to
U?. prime and choice.
Also, Loaf, Crushed, Powdered and Clarified
100 Bags Old White Java and prime Green
2,000 Sacks Salt.
20,000 lbs. Sweed. and English Iron.
1,500 Kegs Cut Nails of good quality.
200'Kegs 4j to 6 inch Spikes.
30 Bales Gunny Bagging.
100 Coils Russia and Kentucky Rope.
30 Boxes, half and quarter Boxes, Bunch Rai
75 Boxes Candles, consisting of Sperm Ada
mantine and Hull's Sons Tallow Candles.
40 Boxes and half Boxes, Jackson's -No 1.
30 Bbls. New Orleans and Hhds. prime Cuba
20,000 lbs. Prime Baltimore Bacon Sides.
Also, chice Baltim ore Cured Hams,
10t Bbis. Plaster Paris. Also, Rock Lime and
5,000 albs. No. 1; Extract and Pure White
Leadof Union Mills and Bedville Brands,
Lineed andTTrain Oils,
Cooking and Air Tight Stoves,
Large Supply o Saddlery, consisting of Men's
Boss and Ladies' Side Saddles and Bridles,
,000 lbs. Di a good S*eaTft er.
Aso, Boots andi hoes and Upper'eaLoihr.
Half Barrels No-1 a'H2 2Mackerel,
Also, Extra No. I, Mackerel.
A large Stock of BEDSTEADS and MAT
R ASSES, Bird's Eye Maple Cain SeatChairs,
Dining und Office Chairs,
Wood Seat Chairs,
Cain Seat and Cain back large Rocking Chairs,
" " and Wood Seat Ladies Sewing do
Low priced Tables and Bureaus, and Nurse
Chairs, Willow Waggons and Willow Cradles.
A good assortment of 'Churns and Wash
Stands, Iron-bound and Small-brass bound Wash
Tubs. Brass bound Bifekets, &e., &e. For
sale by JOSIAH SIBLEY.
Hamnburg. March 1st, 1851. 2m 7
lD7 Abbeville Banner, will please copy.
MARSHAL'8 M~AGIOAL PAIN
ERA DI CATO R.
WILL POSITIVELY CURE lllheumatismi
Vin every stage, Weak Back, Weak Joints.
Bruises, Strains, Swellings, Toothache, IHead
ache, Contracted Tendons, Lumbago, Painful
Nerves, Spinal A ffections, &c., &e. In fact, it
is hard to say wvhat kind of pains it will not eure.
It is wVAaLANTRD to cure the diseases named;i
or, in ease of failure, the money will be refunded.
To persons troubled with CORNS, this compound
is particularly recommnended.
Please to read thme following comnmendator'y
letter from Judge Hughes, of Burke cour~ty :
Esioas, iBuaxa Cv., Dec. 22, 1850.
Ma. J. E. AasnAL,,-Dear Sir.: In compli
ane with your request, I make this simple state
mnent of facts. Miy boy Daniel stuck a tho'rn in
his foot about the first of last June, the thorn
was extraeted, and no nmore thought of it for 15
or 20 days, his foot then began to swell, and in a
few days it was opened. It discharged a large
quantity of matter. The discharge continued
for eight days, and then ceased.1 His foot then
re-nmened swelling and extended up htis leg,
thigh, and htip, with violent pain, lie then be
gn to spit frimn his lungs matter similar to thtat
discharged fronm the abscess on his foot. I then
called itn memdicatl aid, and from the remedies used,
he was alternately better and worse for eight or
ten weeks. During this time a large abscess
formed upomn the hip, the discharge was large,
and as soon as it ceased, a general swelling of his
leg, thigh and breast commieneed, whtich was very
hard to the toucht, and at times experienced mucht
dificulty in swallowing. Melcdical aid seemed of
no further avail, and was discontinued. I thten
had recourse to your " Magical Pain Eradicator."
In forty-eight hours, from the time I commenced
its use, his foot began to soften ; the swelling on
his hip and breast subsided, and I am pleased to
say he is now treL.
I again used your remedy in a case of Neu
ralgia, with.great success, giving-immediate re
lief. I have tried it also for Tooth-Ache, with
my youngest child, with entire success. -
From the success I have htad in the use of
your " Magical Pain Eradicator," I have no hesi
tation in recommending it to the public.
- Yours truly
w. W. HUGHES."
The above statements of the use of " Mar
shall's Magieal Pain Eradicator," are known by
me to be true.
(Signed) ANGUS BETHUNIE.
None is genuine without the written name o.
.1. . Mlarshall on each box.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by the proprie
torW.HII A J. TURPIN, Augusta, Ga., and
for sae, in' this place, on Ageney, by
A. G. TEAGUE.
5,000 LBS. WUITE LEAD, pure.
'200 Gallons Linseed Oil --
299 'Train Oi. NIor sale by
Namburg, Feb13 tf ' " 4
Largest CheapeStaut Be
Wholsal. a RetaR.elersj
290, BROAD STREE'
RAY BROTHERS, in returning thanks
which they have received.since the opt
them that the principle of vending none but
maneration, FOR CASH, shall be strictly ad
In announcing to their customers, and ti
owing to the great increase of their business
induced to purchase a larger and more varied
now prepared to offer the above for the insp
for style and quality will be found second to
low scale of prices as will enable them to * c
Houses in the trade. To enumerate the diff
useless. Suffice it to say, it will be found i
trade. AB of which has been purchased by
most eminent Manufacturers. The Goods a
inexperienced can purchase with confidence.
t The following will give the heads of the
tent and variety:
Ladies' Dress Materials, in
Watered, figured.and plain Silks,
Figured Shot and Brocaded Gros deNaples
Plain Chamelions, in every shade,
Figured and Plain Ture Satins,
Chene Silks, in great variety,
Muslin De'Laines, Alpaca Lustres,
Shot Mohair Lustres, Silk Alternates,
Bombazines, Silk Tissues, Bareges,
Frenen English and American Prints,
Printed Lawns, Muslins, &c.,
Ginghams. Chambrays, Lustres,
Alborines, Coburg and Canton Cloths,
Merinos, Cashmeres, DeLaines, &c.
A fplendid assortment of White, Black
and Colored Canton Crape Shawls,
Plain and Embroidered Crape Shawls,
Hosiery, Gloves, Laces, Edgings,
ggr Merchants and Planters will find it
before purchasiig elsewhere. No Secona P1
AugustaMarch 31, 1851.
THE Regular course of LECTURES in this
TInstitute, will commence on the first of No.
vember and continue until the last of February.
The Anatomical Department will be opened and
ready to receive students by the first of October.
The Medical Department will be under the direc.
tion of the following
J. CoNQUEST Caoss, M. D., Professor of tbe In.
stitutes of Medicine, and Medical Jurisprudence.
W. Bran POWZL, M. D.,- Professor of :Core.
bral Physiology, Medical Geology and Mineralogy.
R. S. NZwToN, M. D.. Professor of Surgery. .
H. J. HutcE, M. D., Professor of Thieory and
Practice of Medicine.
J. A. WILsoN, iM. D., Professor of Obstetrics
and Diseases of Women and.Children.
J. KING, M. D...Professor .of Materia Medicm,
Therajieutics and Medical Jurisprudence.
Z. FazzmAN, At. D., Professor of Anatoay.
J. MILTON SAUNDEaS, A. X., X. D., Prfessor
of Chemstry and Pharmacy.
-.CLINQnUE LECTtRItERS. - -
MDio:NEr-Professor H..3. Huos.
Suoaar--Profssor R. S NEwYog.
Z. FREEMAN, M.-D., Anatomical 'Demonstrator.
Th-e fees for a full course of lectures amount to
5Each Professor's Tiehet S15A Matrieulator'a,
5. Demons ea~~s to,80
: - R. S. NEWTO ..D..
Hon. E. W. if. KINo, Professor of Theory and
Hon. V. D. BaarR, Professor of Commercial
TEauv-450 per Session.
All communications portaining to tis depart
ment be addressed to
E. W. if. KING, Esq.
Memphis, Tenn., Feb'y., 1850.
The Faculties,. for intellectual abilities, moral
worth and professional acquirements, will compare
favorably with the mest distinguished in our coun
try. The medical faculty constitutes an anomaly
in this or any other country-.11 of them are able
lecturers and the best of teachers.
Those who will contemplate our geograpliuca
position, and the extent of our populanon, car
have no doubt us to the eligibility of our situation
for an enterpriseof the kind.. As to health, inclu
ding all seasons of the year, we deny that any
other city hat more.
A common error exists en the minds of mny
students relative to the place of studying medicine;
those who intend practicing amnong the diseases of
the West and South should certainly educate them
selves at a school whose Faculty are practically
acquainted with those diseases.
That the public may be satisfied or the perna
nency of this school, we feel it our duty to state,
that the Trustees and Faculty form a unit in action,
which augurs well for its future success; and that
the peculiar internal organization which ennects
them, cannot be interrupted.
E. W. Mf. KING,
President of the Memphis Institute.
May 15 ly 17
$40 Reward. -
T HE above reward will be given for the ap
Jprhesion and delivery in any convenieni
jail, of TWO NEGROES, the property of-the
subscriber, a man and a woman.
The man's name is A USTIN, very dark corn
plected, has one of his upper front teeth out, Im
feet eiht or ten inetica high, and weighs nea1
two hundred pounds.
The Wonman's nnme is PHILLIS, eopper col
ored, chunky, and about 22 years of age.
The fellow ranaway about two years ago, and
was for nine months in Augusta, Ga., hiring hil
time to different persons. It is probable lhei
now ini that place, as when last heard from, h<
was making his way in that direction.
Half the above reward will be given for the de
livery of either of the above negroes.
JOHN A. ETCHLEBERGER.
Jan 30 tf .2
IL7 The Augusta Constitutionalist will copa
weekly. until notified to the contrary, and for
ward account to this office.
STATE OF 'SOUTH CAROLINA.
Edward F. Einehley '
vs. - Bill for Accotunt,
James Terry, Compensation 4-Rel
and others. J
I T appearing to my satisfaction that the d
fendant James Terry resides without the
limits, of this State: on motion of Mr. Car
roll, Plaintiff's Solicitor, ordered that the sas
defendant do within three months from the
publication of thia order, plead, answer, o:
demur to the bill of the Phnintiff, si-th
same will be taken as confessed against hin
-B. 5. TOMPKINS, c. z. p
Comin'rs Office, Februaiyr 17 1551."
Feb 20I81 rje sah" 5
20 TONS IRON~ assortedsie.Fra
iar geB3 St D
D OPRICE)~ -'
ND LPICE. q
to their custpmer fordhe
mng of their establishmej
GENIE rtiefe -,.a ii
for the last. twpive -
none -in th6 Sd'itli.i'dil
ompete 'thA, MiypftheWho
rent ar;el.comprising theMtqg
epletewith every article cpn
one of the firm, on the best ter
re marked in plain figuresso h
all h Fashinablo
- French E~is18;~ps
Cuffs, SleevesTrimmings,-e?4 di
White-and.Colored Con Y"
12-4 and 34, rromw2' -
13-4, 104, and'I15.4, fim,)4?
Linen Sheet, nlwidtii
Real Irish Linens, from. nd
White and'BiowAI Diiaiast '
8-4, 94 and 10-4, fonib 50
Linen'and Cotton Di pdhe
Honespuns,:Osnaburgr, d 'dd
White and'ColddDi Iit
Caimeres,.Vestinga, &m. 7
to-their interest to-call anid n I
GRAY BROTHERS 290
STATE OF SOUTH CA
Antoine Piequetad Henry
H. Cumming, Ex'F
OeX, &N:d 16d SEVi..
defendants isithe OM
and reside ithi the 1i.t0
on motioit l r. ise
and Henry M: Cumitglr
said, do pleai a e nn r
Bill of com-I
thoprblibanobi TiN e
taken proeo Tsuff
June -Turn ihligtil diu
dead,,and if d.d w.. ois q arjitbs
represetties er representatives,
that purpose, tiat~the Comian~ierc
advertisement tione ubliis fii
months in th4deflelIdvcte
persops as einc be dikributees ,s4
said, to come in and make out- h in
orcelim in this Tehalf,'bj a day t efi~
hiim for that piirpo~es'botfie is
bgiven, in pursuance of th'e mide ordid
nl1 eron eaiigtabeitributeesoha
Estate of the said -Philip Alsoo~4
personal representatives of such distrib~p
to be and appear before nio in my ofc at
Edgefield CourthRouse' on Friday thel10th
day of May next, then on*th*re to'make Miit
their kindred or elaim in this bechalf, or in de
fanlt thereof, they wH1I.be exeided from the
benefit of an~y deeree to bei made in this case.
* S. ~S. TOMPKINS, c.e.p
Commissioner.'s Offidefibruary 26,18.
Feb.21 '- 3mW ,,
STATE OF SOUTH CAlO0IA
Er Parte, *
Arflh Morris and >Peridon fo ti
Thos. Y. Logan.t -
fN pursuance of the decree of ~q~
.l. Equity pronomneed it Je crn. 0
in this case, ordernng that. s; o .Xrlj
made a party to the petjfiqjuthis ,4by
publientiori for three moptjiin-* e.U~ld
Advertiser: it is ordered hitibu
- Morris do' plead, answer greje t ~t
tition in this case, within threeip1a4I
the publication hereof, or the a4i~
will be takenu asonfessed againsi-d
13S. S. TOMiPEINS,. c. ME
-Commissioner's Office, Februsiy4, ?8P
Feb. 27 Spe1 - M g#
STATE OF SOUTH
-. Williamn Waldromn atidthers, r j
James Waidrom and othr~.
deendant James W d
drom, John Waldrea, ing R .
his wife Rebeccs, Dvid: MtISI
wife May:Ann, gohn C~ "
wife Rebeeesi Augustus R2
wife Lucy,. Williame :If*d Ea
its of thStateon moio~
. piblicatiouof *bis orifrgtaid~
IIi uat tihe49laif the.'plidtilMof
will be takes aseonfessedia
Comm 'O'ehFebid) -