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I WONDER IF SHE LOVES ME.
BY J. s. DU'SOLLE.
I wonder if she loves me?
ra give the -world to know!
For though her looks still whisper, Yes,
Uer lips still utter No.
Why should she blush so when we meet,
If I'm not near her heart,
IIer tiny hand why tremble, when
We undertake to part?
I wonder if she loves me ?
Last night we were alone,
And I thought there was a coldness
Unusual'in. lir tone;
Yet, toying with her curls, I stole
Oh ! such a kiss! and though
She looked unutterable things,.
She did not bidi mue go!
I wonder if she loves me?
To wake her woman's pride,
I feigned to love another, once
She neither spoke nor sighed,
Still, though she seemed emotionless,
I watched her blue eye well,
And I'm certain that a tear drop
From its silken lashes felr..
I wonder if she loves me ?
I'm sure I can't decide,
For sometimes she's all tenderness,
And sometimes shers alf pride i
In vain I question of my hopes,
My fears still weigh them down,
Since e'en her sweetest, sunniest smile
Is featured; by a frown!:
AGE AND CONTENT.
BY AN oLD MAN.
I would not have thee young again
Since I myself am old;
Not that thy youth was ever vair,
Or that my age is cold;
Bat when- upon thy gentle face
I see the shades of time,
A thousand memories replace
The beauties of thy prime.
Though from thine eyes of softest huo
Some light hath passed away,
Love looketh forth as warm and true,
As on our bridal day.
I hear thy song, and though in part,
'Tis fainter- in its tone,
- Iheed it not, for stiff thy heart
Seems singing to my own.
_m tU-'sem e9Ut.
Joe Billings, a romancing Yankee, wa
one day seated in a bar room of a coun
try tavern in Canada, where were assem
bled several old country men discussinj
various matters connected with the 'pomj
and circumstance of war.' In the cours4
of his remarks one of them stated tha
the British Government possessed the lai
gest cannon in the *arId, and gave t&
dimensions of one he had seen.
Joe's Yankee pride~ would not allow
him to-let such ani assertion pass uncon
*"Poh. ~tlunieni," said Ae i n;n
denty that isa fair sie3-cannon-"-ut yoi
are a leedle mistaken ini supposing it to be
named in th1s samiie minute with one o:
our Yfankee guns, wihich I saw iir Char
lestown last year. Jupiter! that was a
cannon. Why sir, it was so infernally
large that the soldiers were obliged t
employ a yoke of oxen to drawv in the
" The deuce they were,"-exclaimned one
of his hearers, wvith a smile of triumph
"pray, can you tell mec how they got th<
oxen out again I"
" Why, you fool," returned Joe, " they
unyoked 'em and drove 'em through the
touch hole !"
" Miss Josepheua, wvill you do dis niggt
de anticipation, oh dancin a Virginny ree
Josephena.-" I doesn't ascend to, dan
eing de common vulgracious ob dat sort
I only dances de Porka."
Old Joe-" Wal, Miss Josephena, yot
is a pig above dis niggas expectatior
dere. I doesn't know no porka dance,
less it be whiat dey call do pigs jig. Bui
Miss Roxana, p'raps you'd go through de
Virginny reel w~id me, and den I'll treal
you to some Emerald vegetable."
Roxana.-" No Master Cassius, I dos.
en't dance nothin' but do Missouri."
Old Joe-" Do what ?"
Roimana.-" Do Missouri, Mr. Cassius,
Oid' Joe-" Den you dance do Mis'
souri, does you? yah, yah, wal, wail, 1
drinks do Mississippi I does, so you haint
far ahead oh dis child dar. But 1 sec
how it is wvid you an Miss Josephena, you
go' on for buildin up do modern define
ment of nigga society, but I goes in for
do old fashioned nigga break down.
Look yeah you nigga wid dat jug on
your head, play up General Taylor cros
sing do Rio Brandy up do Susquehanna.
A HlAn Sux.-If twenty seven ine
of snow give three inches of water,. howa
much milk will a cow give when fed ot
ruta-baga turnips ?
Multiply the flakes of snowv by th<
hairs ini the cow's tail; then divide the
product by a turnip; add a pound oj
chalk, and the sum will be the answer.
IIE:DOEs NOT CoME.-The followving
lines were wvritten on the margin ofa
bymn book at Grace Church,
I look in vain-he does not come ;
Dear, dear! what shall I do?
I emmnot listen as I ought,
Unless lie listens too !
ice might have come ais well as not !
What plagues these fellows are i
1'Il bet he's fat asleep at home,
Or smoking a cigar.
As lnzsaxxs speaking of a spell of
sickness he had, said, "By me faith ]
Iaid speachiess six weeks in the month of
February and all my cry w~as, wvather!
.A-cariageidriver in his list of journey
expenses entered in an item of 'refresh.
ment for horses,' three pence worth of
ANREDOTE.-Some years ago, a medi
cal student, who had paid more attention
to billiards than anatomy, was brought
before a professor for examination, when
the- following questions and replies were
" What would you do first in the case
of a man who was blown up by gun
"I should wait until he came down."
"Well, sir, if I should knock you. down
for that impertinent reply, what muscles
would I put in motion ?"
" The flexors and extensors of my right
arm ; for I should floor you immediately."
A Jur who were- directed to brhig in
a prisoner guilty upon his confession and
plea, returned a verdict of not guilty, and
offered as a reason, that "they knew the
fellow to be so great a liar that they did
not believe him."
IT WAS a pertinent and forcible saying
of the Emperor Napoleon, that " a hand
some woman pleases the eye, but a good
woman pleases the heart. The one is a
jewel, and the other a treasure."
" CA you read and write, my Son !"
"And I suppose you would like to
study geography, wouldn't you?"
"No, sir-ee-[ get licked twice a day
now." That lad certainly has a nice
sense of rattan.
TuE Western papers say that the Mis
sissippi has raised one foot. When it
raises the other, it will probably begin to
"Go it while you are young," as the
10 year old lad said when he licked his
aged and sick mother, for not giving him
hot coffee at dinner.
" LITrLE boys should be seen and not
heard," as the little fellow told his teacher
When he couldn't say his lesson.
"WIT all thy faults I love the still,"
as the loafer said when he entered a dis
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
. W ILL be found at all times in his Offiee, at
Edgefield Conrt House, near the PLAN
-r Ea Ho-rEI.
He will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov. 14 tf 51
H. B. SPANN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFric the same as heretofore useO
WRDLAW & SPANN.
February 5, 1851
Feb. 13, ..2
J A M xS M.. DA Y
OF RICIHIOND, VIRGINIA,
Permanently located at Edgefield C
H.,offers his professional services
to the citizens of the Village and
its vicinity ; and will attend to any call hec may
have either in the Village or Country.
All operations warranted.
Marchl13, 1850. tf 8
A. M. PERRIN,
Attorney for Collecting Claims for
BOUN TY L A ND,
FuR -rnOSE WHO HAVE BEEN E~OAGED IN THRE
SEIvICE or THE UJNITED STATES.
Office-Edgefield C. H., S. C.
Nov 17 tf 42
I BEG leave respectfully to inform the citizens
Sof Edgefield, Villnge and Country, that I have'
commenced a MERCANTILE BUSINESS in
the house situated between Mr. BaRYAN's Store
and the Court H-ouse.
My STOCK, consisting of all the varietics
usually found in a Village Retail Store, has been
recently purchased in Charleston, from Houses
that import their Goods,principally, direct from
Europe. And I flatter myself, that an ex
perience of five years in an Importing and Job
bing House in Charleston, together with other
facilities, has enabled mec to get a STOCK of
GOODS. that will, in point of S-rvLE and PRaCE,
compare favorably with any Establishment in the
place. Persons wishing to purchase Goods for
CAshu or on a credit until first of January next,
will loose niothing by giving me a call.
A small share of patronagc is earnestly solicited.
Edgefield C. H., Mar 17, 1851. tf 9
TIIE Subscriber is now re
ceiving a SPLENDID Stock of
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
Super sup. Back French Twilled
Super sup. Blue French Twilled Cloth,
" " Brown"
" "Black flg'd and Doe Skin CAS
SIMERS, (a large supply,)
Fancy Checked DRILLINtGS, new styles,
White figured "L
A superior lot of Plain Bl'k Silk VESTINGS,
Fancy fig'd" "
WhVlite " ""
'White Silk Vestings embro'd wvith Animals,
Buff and White Marsailes " " "
"! " Valentia " " "
A beautiful lot of Fancy Silk CRAVATS,
Silk NECK T[ES, with embroidered Ends,
A large lot of Black, White, Kid and Linen
Also, a good supply of HATS, READY
MADE COATS, of v'arious kinds, SHIRTS,
DRAWERS, &e., &e. All of which he will
-sell r~ow for Cash or to punctual eustomers, and
made up in a style inferior to none.
March 13 tf 8
A LL Persons Indebted to the Estate of Isaiah
tlBlackwelt, deeased, are requested to make
immediate payment, ad those having demands
will present them properly attested.
JAMES 1tLACKWE[LL, Adm'r.
Api 17 P350 ,r 13
'or Tax Colector
B. F. GOUDEY,
F. W. BURT.
SAMPSON B. MAYS,
L. A. BROOKS,
WILLIAM L. PARKS,
ELIJAH T. RAUCH.
T. J. WHITTAKER,
THOMAS W. LANHAM.
THOMAS J. DYSON,
HENRY T. WRIGHT,
WILSON L. COLEMAN,
WILLIAM H. MOSS,
VIRGIL M. WHITE,
THOMAS G. BACON,
THE Subscriber has just received his Sto<
of SPRING AND SUMMER GOOD
from Charleston, direct importations,
Rich Silk Dresses,
" " fig'd "
" Figured Barages,
" " Muslins Swiss and Jaconet,
A fine Lot of Gingham and Muslin Gi
hams, for Ladies Dresses,
Ladies Embroidered Copes, fine worki
Collars, Cuffs and Sleeves,
Fine Bonnets, Bonnet, Sash, Neck a
Gloves and Mitts, Kid, Silk, Lisle Threa
and Sewing Silk,
White and Black Beaver, Moleskin, Panan
Leghorn, English, Straw and Paln.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Gentlemen's, Ladies and Misses, of eve
A few ready made COATS and VESTS.
Also, GROCERIES, HARDWARE ai
CROCKERY, all of which will be sold vEI
LOW, and a liberal discount for CASI.
B. C. BRYAN.
March 13, tf 8
-r. -..., and French Prints,
- . gins,'Ginghamns, &ti., &c.
W.e have, also an extra assortientoftl
latest styles of JEWELRY, which we will s<
CEAPER than any other house this liide of Chu
Our Stock of HA TS, BOOTS & I10E
SADDLERY, GROCERIES, HARD WATl
AND CROCKERY, in price and guality, u
please the most fastidious.
Longmires, March' 25. 6t 10)
07 Abbeville Banner please copy one mon
and forward bill to R. M. F. & Co.
New Spring Goods.
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
H AVE NOW received their full supplies
ISPRING & SUM MER DRY GOOD
comprising thc largest assortment they ho
er offered to the public, and embracing a gre
variety of newv and splendid articles.
--AMoNG wniCii ARE
Paris printed Grenqdines, of rich and elega
Rich printed Crntpe de Paris Bareges, at
Foulard Silks, of the latest Paris styl-s,
Superior French printed Jaconets, and 0
gandies, of new and beautiful styles.
Rich Brocade Grenadines, an elegant artic
for Ladies Dresses.
Superior plain Colored and Black Crape
Paris, and plain Black Silk Grenadines.
Superior plain Block Satin de Chene, Satini
Nord, Rich Tafita and Black Watered Silks.
Rich Colored Dress Silks, of the latest Par
Small Checked Silks, for Ladies Spring art
Summer wear, of beautiful styles.
Splendid White Lace Robes, and White Grea
Real Valenciennes and Thread Laees.
Superior Swiss and Jaeonet Edgings and la
sertings, (some of extra quality.)
Ladies Extra Rich French, Spanish and Brid
Ladies superior White, Black and Colorn
Ladies Parasols, of rich and elegant styles.
Plain White and Black, and Rich Embroider'
Rich Embroidered White and Mode Color!
Shawls, of splendid styles.
Superior plain White, Black, Salmon, Moi
nd Cherry Colored Crapc Shawls.
A very large supply of Mourning Goods,f
Ladies Summer wear.
Superior French, English and American Prin
in a great variety of styles.
Suprior Manchester and French Fancy, at
Mourning Ginghanms, of new and beautiful styl
A large supply of articles suitable for Gentl
men's and Youth's Sunmer wear.
With a great variety of other articles suitab
for FAMILY and PLANTATION use, and
all of which, they respectfully invite the attel
tion of the publie.
A pril 10 tf 12
.1V'ecroe8 Wattl ell.
W 1ANTEI) by the Hlamburg and Edgefi~
YPlanmk Road Company, by the month
year, TWENTY able-bodied H ANDS. A pp
to H. A. KENRICK, President, or
S. TROWBRIDGE, Super'dent
Hamburg, Feb3, 1851. tf 3
LL persons having demands against the B
tate of .Tacob Long, dee'd., i prese
them duly attested, and those indebted will 'al
mmeiae pymnJ. A. EICHELBERGER.
Jan 30 tf 2
-BBLJS large No. 3, MACKEREL,
) 30 ITalf barrels No 2"
75 Kits, No 1,
50 IHalf Kits No I. For sale by
Tr mburg, Feb 13 tf 4
For the Removal and Perinn Care Of all
And of those Complaints whick' ae caused by an
impaired, weakened or unhealthy.condition of th
NERVOUS SY-STER. ]
This beautiful and convrenient application of th"
mysterious powers of GALVANISMt and MAGNET
ISM1, has been pronounced by distinguished phy si
cians, both in Europe and the United States, to be
the most valuable medicinal discoV of the A8ge.
Dr, BHRISTIE'S - E1AI BELT
M AGNE TIC y F1UID,
Is need withi the most perfect and-certain success In
il cases of
Strengthening the weakened boiy, giving tone to the
k various eanus, and invigorati the entire system.
Ase in FITS, M Pr , PA AL YSIS and PALSY,
81 DYSPEPSIA or INDIGESTION, RHEUMATISM,
ACUTE and CHRONIC, -00UT, -EPILEPSY, LUM%
BAGO, DEAFNESS, NERVOUS TREMORS, PAL.
PITATION OF THE IIEART/APOPLEXY, NEU.
RALGIA, PAINS In the UDEand CHEST, LIVER
COMiPLAINT, SPINAL COMPLAINT, and CURVA
TUR E of the SPINE, HIP COMPLAINT, DISEA SES
of the KIDNEYS, DEFICIENCY OF NERVOUS
and PHYSICAL ENERGY,' and all -NERVOUS
[- DISEASES which complaints rise from one simple
.d A Derangement of the Nervous System.
OG- In NERVOUS COMPLAINTS Drugs and
Medicines icrease the disnain,'for they weaken the
vital energies of the already rostrated system ;
while under the strenigthening, -life-gmvig, vitlign
Sinfience of Galvanism, as applied by this beYt
ful a nderful discovery,. the exhausted atient
and weakened suf'erer is restored to former health,
strength. elasticity and vignr.i .' -.
a) The great peculiarity aind excellence of
Dr. O hristie's Galvi O Ouratives,
consists, 3Athe n thte SD rest and cre diST osE
by outfard ap In,:I of the usual mode
of druggin an physicking he 'tient, till ehausted
Nature sink hopelessly under he inAiction.
They strengthen the whole stem, equalaze fme the r
uedating t of the e secretions, and never
do the slightest ijury under any circumstances. Since
d their introduction a the United States only three
i yetar since, more than lrea'y
60,000 P eksons
including all ages, classes -and conditions, among
which were a la e number of ladies, who are pecu
liarly subeet to Nervous Co replaint, have been
SFNTIRE1LY AND PERMATCENTLY OURED,
- : rall hope of relief had beellene of. n! -
. een tried inGlni r v
by ota ic'idas,d ected. In a short
of n - sibi theato will alt on the
T-y st.-hf- te a ieeby causing ta Gal
.. ahIch on the li to the negative,
-d d th uiet -.-- y ide ao't ir,sthus eepince
ther itrouto nh UnteSats thonghyutthee
--.ensne moe thano fDYSESA
VIIELoI PERMANENTL;,Y CURED , E ASI
-l alli hop of treCoefthadubden given su' B
r-cen i'e tery-cluni paperd n hr
whichconclsiie l prv s i nth thhngtie
THREY. D R.AB LANDIS, CER YM N
ofNwJreof dthe gu chld betainmensu -
Da which. ccuselproear Si:t o wshttko
olf merwh has beener uthn Fwncseofthe
Rppeicatismo TIIE GALAiC BELT ADNEpsK
RAE. DR. reLADIS Afo LEows:A ]
of new Jerse, ofb itnuihdatain praetrle rme an cseo
- sieda reuationwaer.Aotfuenyes
ofe whath, en the hresl i my sownauie, of the.
aiticaiubec oa Tievr GALVANIC ReLTim whiNcK
For yabou ate year, sed ensffrilnguishom
FDrtheps:a in rya the spto4man '4eainc o rsec
of norcdIotin pegret ele rmyw an vrous o .
te wthercuc in thisrego, m pastoa uttaes bte
Brtcameswict toon evere o steerastoequireic
an immediate suspension of nmy patoral labors. My
d nervous s-stem was name Lhoronugh Proilrated, aiid as
my Bronchitis became worse, so alodid my Dyspepsi3
and Rheuamatic nd'ection-thus evincing that thiese -
r disorders were connected with each other through the
medium of the Nervous System. in the whole
Ipharmacopaia there seemed to be ino remedial agent '
e whch culdreach and recuperate my Nervous Sys
tem ; everythir~g that I had tried for this purpose had
I completely failed. At last I was led by my friends
to examine your inventions, and (though with no very
sanguine hopes of their efficiency,) I determined to tiry
I the elfect of the applicationi of the GALVANIC BKLTl
AND NECKLACE, with the MAGNETIC FLUID.
is This was in June, 1846. To any anSKAT A5TONstannT,
i:e Two uavs urv Dvavavsia HAD eons; in KltunT
Dave I wai KnAsb.gD 1o arssusa cmv PeTRAi.n,Aes~aos;
LA noa Hays I sne oniTrso A sinec,.- avarice on
accounT or ns Baewesss asi aiv Ruaaic t
AFFEcTien 5(As EnTiaY.y ci~a5ED TO TIoL'si.E MiE.
* Such is the wonderful end happy results of the ,
I have recommended the BELT and FL.UID to
Smany who have been lIkewise suffering from Nau.
-ralgic affections. They have tried them, wrrn narry
aasusis, I Ext.:nV., iii KyEny caer.
S I am, dear air, verr res ectfully yous
d DR. CHRISTIE'S
Sis used for all complaints effecting the Throat or
Head, such as Bronchitis, Intammation of thme Throat,
Nervous aind Sick Headache, Dizinoss or the Ilead,
d Neuralgia in the Face, Buzzing or Roaring in the
Ears, Deafness, which is generally Nervous, and that
cdistressed complaint, called Tic Dolorenx.
> GALVANIC BRACELETS
ts Are found of vast service in cases of Cons'ilsions 01
Iits, Spiasmodic Compla1ints, and general Nervous
Affections of the iiead andI upper extremities. Also
ad in Palsy and Paralysis, and all diseases caused by a
s deficiency of power or Nervous Energy in the limbs
or other organs of the body.
Qg- Many hundred Ctificates from all parts of
l te conr o h mosetraordinary character can
to ~-No trouble or inconvenience attends the use
3- el DR. C HRISTIE'S GAsLVAeNIC .ARTICL ES8
and they may be worn by the most feeble and deli
cate, with perfect ease and safety. In many cases
the sensation attending their use is highly pteasamnt
-and agreeable. They can be sent to. any pert of the
aFor sale at Edgefield Court House, by G. L
>r DENN, Agent.
-A GENTLEMAN, wishing to take charge
-of a email select School, in which the Eng
lish branches alone, are~to.be taught,. my find
employment by applying to either of the Subscri
bers, residing about twelve miles Sojuth-East of'
t Edgefield Cul. ''H.
e He must come well zpeo6mmiended, and must
be a Southcrner 'as' no oither will be received. It
is desirable to open the School by the first of
May. .COLIAN RHODES, ..;3
..0 by A, BUIRNSIDE.
- am.u......- v 1 -tfe 3
BEZ0ER- . EOWLZ&ZGWORTE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
A RE now receiving a large and well selected
M Stock of GROCERIES, to which they in
ite the attention of their friends, one or both of
he firm will be found at the Warehouse of Wal
:er & Bryson, till 1st September, when they
vill open their
n Broad Stret next door below the old stand
f Adams & Fargo.
BELCHER & HOLLINGSWORTH.
Augusta, Aug. 21 1850 tf 31
WARE-HOUBE AND COMMZUZON
HAMBURG, S. C.
T HE UNDERSIGNED having formed aco
partnership, under the firm of A. WAL
CER & CO.,for the purpose of carrying on
he Ware-holise and Coin m ission
Bausisess, and having rented the well known
Ware-House, known as Walker's Ware-House,
md lately occupied by WALKERa & COLEMAN,
They tender their services to their friends and
he public in general, and pledge themselves to
ise their best exertions to give 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. tf 34
SHIDS. SUGAR, consisting of fair to
0 prime and choice.
Also, Loaf, Crushed, Powdered and Clarified
100 Bags Old White Java and 1prime 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
nantine and Hull's Sons Tallow Candles.
40 Boxes and half Boxes, Jackson's No 1.
30 Bbls. New Orleans and Hhas. prime Cuba
20,000 lbs. Prime Baltimore Bacon Sides.
Also, choice Baltimore Cured Hams,
10 Bbls. Plaster Paris. Also, Rock Lime and i
5,000 lbs. No. 1, Extract and Pure White
.ead of Union Mills and Bedville Brands,
Linseed and Train Oils,
Superior Lamp Oil,
Cooking and Air Tight Stoves,
Large Supply of Saddlery, consisting of Men'a
..... nra's 4ey Maple Cain Seat Chairs,
Dining und Office Chairs,
Wood Seat Chairs,
Cain Seat and Cain back large Rocking Chairs,
" " and Wood Seat Ladies Sewing do <
Low priced Tables #nd Bureaus, and .Nurse
hairs, Willow Waggons and Willow Cradles. <
A. good assorttinent 'of ''Churns and Wash 1
itands, Iron-bound and Small-bras. bound Wash
'ubs, Brass bound Buckets, &c., &c. For,
aleby ..JOSIAH SIBLEY.
Hamburg, Mai-eht 1st, 1851. 2 *m 7
g7~ Abbeville Banner, will please copy. o ..
SNOWDEN & SHEAR.
AUG USTA, GA.
EAVE received from New York : Ladies'
Prsmade Silk MANTILLAS, of new
nd splendid styles for summer wear,
Ladies French Worked ?luslin Mantillas, of
ho latest Paris styles,
Ladies rich Whiite and Black Lace Mantillas,
f elegant styles,4
Ladies Black Lace Shawls, and White and,
llack Lace Scarfs,
Ladies French Worked Muslin Collars, Che
aasetts, Cufik and U'ndersleeves,
Ladies Lace Collars, Cutres and Undersleeves,
of beautiful styles.
To all of which they respectfully invite the at-i
ention of the Ladies.
A pril 10 tf 12
FT AVE received from New York: Wite
LiEmobridered Lace and Muslin CAR
A INS, of new and elegant styles.
White Embroidered Muslin Curtains, at very
Rich Colored Damnasks, fort Curtains.
Superior White~ and Fancy col'd Dimities.
Superior 4-4 French Furniture Prints, and
lain and Twilled 4t-4 Turkey Red.
Gilt Cornices. Curtain Pins antd Batnds,
To all of which they respectfully invite thc at
ention of the public.
A pril 10 tf 12
r HE Trustees of the Edgefield Female In
Astitutte, ma announceing the death of the late
ector, Mr. RoDuaTv I. NIenoLts, have the
atisfaction of informing the patrons of the School
nd the public generally, that the exercises of the
nstitute will be resumed on alonday next, 17th
astant, and continued under the Superinten
ance of Miss M. CORNELIA PELOT, in the
igher Classes, and Miss ELIZA P. PELOT,
a the Primary Department.
The Music Department will be under the di
etion of Mrs. SUSA N NICHOLLS.
The Trustees take pleasure in expressing their
ntire confidence in the competency of the above
ammed ladies in their several Departments.
The Terms and regulations of the School will
e the same as heretofore.
N. L. GRIFFIN, ,
F. IH. WARDLAW,
S. F. GOODE, 1
EDMUND PENN, g
R. T. MIMS. -
March 12, 1851. tf
CA RRIAG E MAKING.
~ T HIE Subscribers having
Iengaged in the Carriage
making and repairing busihess
in Pottersville, near Edge
eld Court House, for the ensuing year ;would
espetfully solicit a share of public Patronage,
s we shall indeavor to give satisfaction to all whbo
say favor us with their business ;thcy aire also in
mnt of a good wvood workman, on Wheels, Car
age parts and Bodies, of steady moral habits,
one other need applly. Good comfortable build
gs can be procured, convenient to the shop for
en of famnilies, or boarding on reasonable ternms.
ILL & WARDLAW.
N. B.--A good price will be paid for Lumber
f good Ash, Oak, Hiokory, and Poplar, of as
orted dimensions. H. &W.
Nov 28 1850 tf 45
~,O0O LBS. WHITE LE AD, pure.
200 Gallons Linceed Oil
200 " Train, OJI. ii'or sale by
Harg., Fb 13 1! 4.:
UE Regular course of LECTURES in this
Institute, will commence on the first of No
ember and continue until the last of February.
Phe Anatomical Department will be opened and
eady to receive students by the first of October.
rhe Medical Dopartment will be under the direc
ion of the following
J. CoN QUuv Caoss, M. D., Professor of the In.
titutes of Medicine, and Medical Jurisprudence.
W. BYRD POWEL, M. D., Professor of Cere
ral Physiology, Medical Geology and Mineralogy.
R. S. NEWTON, Ill. D.. Professor of Surgery.
H. .. HULCE, Il. D., Professor of Theory and
Practice of Medicine.
J. A. WILsoN, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics e
nd Diseases of Women and Children.
J. KING, M. D. Professor of Mlateria Medica,
rhempeutics and Medical Jurisprudence.
Z. FREEMAN, M. D., Professor of Anatomy.
J. MIILTON SAUNDERS, A. M., M. D., Professor
f Chemistry and Pharmacy.
MEDICINE-Professor H. J. HULCE. t
SURGERY-Professor R. S NEWTON.
Z. FREEMAN, 31. D., Anatomical Demonstrator.
The fees for a full course of lectures amount to
Each Professor's Ticket 815. Matriculator's,
35. Demonstrator's Fee, $10. Graduation, $20. I
Those desiring further information will please I
Lddress their letters (post.paid) to the Dean; and I
students arriving in the city will please call on
him at the Commercial Hotel.
R. S. NEWTON, M. D.,
Dean of the Faculty.
Hon. E. W. M. KING, Professor of Theory and
Practice of Law.
Hon. V. D. BARRY, Professor of Commercia.
TFRas-850 per Session.
All communications pertaining to this depart.
ent he addressed to ]
E. W. M. KING, Esq.
Memphis, Tenn., Feb'y., 1850.
The Faculties, for intellectual abilities, moral
orth and professional acquirements, will compare
'vorably with the most distinguished in our coun
ry. The medical faculty constitutes an anomaly
n this or any other country--all of them are able I
ecturers and the best of teachers.
Those who will contemplate our geographica I
osition, and the extent of our population, can
ave no doubt as to the eligibility of our situation
br an enterprise of the kind. As to health, inclu.
ing all seasons of the year, we deny that any a
ther city has more. 11
A common error exists in the minds of many h
tudents relative to the place of studying medicine:
hose who intend practicing among the diseases of
ie West and South should certainly educate them
elves at a school* whose Faculty are practically A
cquainted with those diseases. q
That the public may be satisfied of the perma. f<
iency of this school, we feel it our duty to state, r
hat the Trustees and Faculty form a unit in action, il
vhich augurs well for its future success; and that
he peculiar internal organization which connects
hem, cannot be interrupted. K
E. W. 31. KING, c
President of the Memphis Institute. b
May 15 -v - T
ona Go .... ..
[T appearing to my satisfaction that Anto
L ine Piequet and Henry H. Cumming,.E
ecutors of John Fox, decensed,-two of the n
lefendants in the above ease, arc absent from,
mdreside wi h'out the limitii si this tState; y
mnmotion of Mr. BaUket~listfilici-ol t
or: it is orde othat tissaid-Atoine~k~t
tud Itentry H. Cuiming, Eie&ntersisaf
aid, do plea, answer or dcisir%3t1 q~4
3111 of complaint, within shreo moatba fro~ s
he publication-hereof, or the said bi1-wlibe ni
akn pro confesso'againii thim.
Commissioners Office, Feb. 26,-1851. J
Feb 27, 3m - 6
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. t(
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. f
lesant Searles and othe,
)livr Towles and John Hill.
IEES by an order of the Court of
~TEquity pronounced i hsesa t
rune Term Inst, it was directed that the
lomissioner enquire and report who were
ie distribiutees of .the Estate of Philip Light- pJ
oot, deceased, living at the time of his death, fa
lmd hlethmer any and wvhich of them are since ti
lead, anfd if dead, who is or are their personal
epresentative or representatives, and for oi
hat purpose, that the Commissioner cause an
dvertisemient to be published for three '5
nonths in the Edgefield Advertiser, for such t'
ersons as claim to be distributees as afore- n
id, to come in and make out their kindred "
,rclim in this'behamlf, by a day to be fixed by I
imn for that purpose: not ice is therefore here
>y given, in pursuance of the said order, for
ill persons claiiming to be distributees of the
state of the said Philip Lighitfoot, or the n,
ersolal representatives of such distributees u
o be and appear before me in my office at -
dgetield Court House on Friday the 30th
lay of May next, then and there to make out
heir kindred or claim in this behalf, or in de
ault thereof, they will be excluded from the
enefit of any decree to be made in this case.
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D.a
Comnmissioner's Oftice, February 26, 1851.
Feb.27 3m 6
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. a
Ex Parte, j
Ann Morris and Petition for &ttlement. r
Thos. Y. Logan.
LN pursuance of the decree of the Court of ;
iEquity pronounced at June Term 1849, a
n this case, ordering that Israel Morris be a
nade a party to the petition in this case, by
,blication for three months in the Edgefield
advertiser: it is ordered that the said Israel
Morris do plead, answer or demur to the pe
ition in this ease, within three months from
:he publication hereof, or the said petition
vill be taken :.s confessed a inst him.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E.D.
Commissioner's Office, February 26, 1851.
Feb. 27 3m 6
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. I
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. -
William Waldrom and others, Bill for a
Fames Waldrom and others.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that the (
defendants James Waldrom, Charles Wal- a
Irom, John Waldrom, William C. Jones and l
ii wife Rebecca, David M1. Salter and his p
vife Mary Ann, John C. Thompson and his t
vife Rebecca. Augustus B. Kennedy and his (
rife Lucy, William H. Huff, Mathewv W. fi
o~llins, James Collins, and William Johnson
m.is wife Frances, reside without tho lim
t of this State, on motion of Mr. Carroll,
Inintiff's Solicitor: ordered that the said -
lefendnts do within three months from the
mblication of this order, plead, answer or de
nur to the bill of the plaintiffs, or the same j
61l be taken as confessed against them. i,
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D. 4l
Comm'rs.DOfiee, Februiary 17 1853..
Fcb.on un am -
brother, K F.I' iMh
the DRUG STOMI!E at' d
C. Hf., takes -this meti--t zin
ing his thanks.to theirtiends inidJ
the community for the liberal- pa
rnage bestowed upon the fan.A
And informs his friend :andaIhe.
public generally, that.hojwI on
inne the Sale of DRUGS, hSEDNIC1ES, &c
t Edgefleld C. H.
He atters himself that thee
,ow fifteen years close application to the fswlty.
nd Compounding of Drug . 'well as
dwinisration, or remedi applieaHok 4&Ii0
e will entitle him to some degree of
onf~enee in his ability to procure, compound .
nd furnish his friends and the publie withr
URE and UNADULTERATED-astieles int
is line. -
He will continue to keep for sale all ariieler
sually kept by Druggists; and pledges himself
sell as Low, as Drugs, &e., of theuamequality.
resold in Hamburg or Augusta. - .
Accounts to become due semi-annually:the -
t of January and the lot of July. ..
He is also willing to attend. a small practice of
is Profession, in its various branches. viM
'ractice of Medicine, Surgery' Ob tries
Office at his Drug Store, where he may af
-ays be found in the day, except prIfewionallf
bsent, and at night after 9 o'clock, it Wisl
ence-the late residence of E. F. TeAgue,ded
March 27, tf
MARSHALS. MAGICAL -RALW u
LL POSITIVELY CURE Rheumatisfnr
.in every stage, Weak Back, Weakfointue
Irises, Strains, Swelling., Toothaehe.RHesd*
che, Contracted Tendons, Lumbago, Painful
lerves, Spinal Affections; &c., &e. In faet,--!
i hard to ay what kind of pains it Qiluotem.
It is WARRATED to cure the disesa. v
r, in ease of failure, the money wilI
.o persons troubled with CORNS,this cim
i particularly recommended.
Please to read the following commendatory
tter from Judge Hughes, of Burke ecurty:
ELxoEz, Bears Cv.,Dc22, 50. 'i,
AIa. J. E. MAasau.,-Dear Sir: In oomphi,
nee with your request, I make this-simplest'ate
ent of facts. Aly boy Daniel stueia thorn In.
is foot about the first .of last June,. the th
-as extracted, and no more thought'of it For
r 20 days, his foot then began to swellUpd.
w days it was opened. It dischargd a
antity of matter. The d a econ
r eight days and then ceased. Ii aotVi
-commenced swelling and extended
kigh, and hip, with violent pain., H en .-'W
2n to spit from his lungs matter a * o-l1
ischarged from the abseessn A his ooi th
diled in mediealaid, andiremnmnb=- n *
o was alterate)ybetterAma w
..v. JDunnu tk time oft.-p
razgur used :yuar~ raame i se~~
uliawth great~ aes,.gin esam ,
. haretried it *~o for T.Mh ihAhe7 ykb
y yount ehild;with-entire sueeis. y4
From th sueeeasL1kie had in kesae of
For sal, wioreiile audeti the pere
re W.H. & J. TURIP1N Augusta G ssa
r sale, in this plac, onAgency by -
A. G. TEA.GUE.
Feb.13, 6m 4..
3HE above reward-wli be given for thestph
Nprehension and delivery in any oySij5~
il, of TWO NEGROES, the. propertya ,th
ibscriber, a man and a woman.
The man's name is AUSTIN, vey&k m
ected, has one of hi. upper front~teeth out, fit~e
et jht or ten inehes high, and weighs ,near
ro undred pounds.
The Woman's name is PHILLIS, copper eo!.
ed, ehunky, and about 22 years of age.
The fellow ranaway about two years ago, lad
as for nine months in. Augusta,.Ga., hiring his
n to different persons. It is probable he. is
,w in that place, as when last heard from, he
an -making his way in that direction. .
Half the above reward will be given for the de
rery of either of the above negroes.
JOIIN A. EICBLEBERGER.:
ID' The Augusta Constitutionalist will copy
ekly, until notified to the contrary, and, for
ard account to this offiee.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROIN~A.
dward F. Kinchley
vs. . Dill for Acctiunit,
nmes T erry, Compensation 4'Rel.
nd others. 3
[T appearing to my satisfaction that the d
Ifendant James Trry resides withoutrtho
mits of this State: on motion of'Mr.Can.
tll, Plaintiff's Solicitor, ordered that the siid
efendant do within three months qjn the
blication of this order, plead, answer,. or
emur to the bill of the Plaintiflhu, or tluc
sam will be taken as confessed againsthim.
S. S. TOMiPKINS,.c. E.E..
Comnm'rs Office, February 17 1851.
Feb 20 1851 3m '
STATE OF SOUTH CAROUNA
Vilson Holstein and w ife,)
and othersDlo in
I. H. Norris and others.J
is, Luther Norri anud than .1. Norris,'De
endants, reside eond the~ limits of this.
itate: On motion ofiMr. Guirrid,:Soiilt6't
rdered, that tihe said' Defen a, sla,
ny child or chiildren of the id'itir1
orris, not namea "above, ddai % ,u
lead, answer or derOauf to this huwithin
tree months ,frono the publication of th
Irder, or thatthe aid'Bill ibTiiken
so against them.
S. S.. TOkiPK1NS, C. . EW"
Comm'ra Office, April 16,,1851 -. -
present them, prope~ --