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EAUTYi WIT AND COLD.
15 her bow'r a widow dwelt,
At her- feet three lovers knelt;
Each adored the widow mueb,
Each essayed her heart to-touch-;
One had wit, and one had gold,
One was cast in Beauty's mould;
Guess, which was it won the prize ?
Tongue, or purse,.or handsome eyes?.
First began the handsome man,
Peeping proudly o'er her fan.
Red his lips, and white his skin,
Could such beauty fail to-win ?
Then stepp'd forth the manof, 0go-r
Cash he counted, coin he told;:
- Wealth, the burthen of the tale,.
.Could such golden-projects fail?.
Then the man of wit and sense,.
Woo'd her with his eloquence;
Now she heard him with a sigh,
Then- she blushed, scarce knowing why;
Then she smiled to hear him speak,
Then a tear was on her cheek;
Beauty vanish, gord depar,
Wit hath won the widow's heart.
Go it bob-taiL
A specimen of the genus " Hoosier"
was found by Captain -, of the steam
er-, in the engine room of his boat
while lying at Louisville, one fine morn
ing in June. The Captain enquired to
know what he was doing thereI
" Have you seen Captain Perry?" was
the interrogative response.
"Don't know him; and can't tell what
that has to do with your being in my
engine room," replied the Captain angrily.
" Hold on! that's just what I was
getting at. You see, Captain Perry as
ked me to take a drink, and so-I did; I
knew'that I wanted to drink, or I wouldn't
have been so very dry. So Captain Perry
and I went to the ball-Captain Perry
was putting in some extras on one toe.
I sung out, " go it Captain Perry, if you
burst your biler." With that a man
steps up to me, says he, " See here, stran.
ger, you must leave,"
Says I, " What must I leave fur?"
Says he, "You're making too much
Says I, I'v been in bigger crowds than
this, and made more noise, and did'nt
With that he tuck me by the nap of
the neck and the seat of the breeches
and I left. As I was a shoven down the
street, I met a lady-I know she was a
lady by a 'remark she made. Says she,
'-Young, man I reckon you'll go home
Politeness wouldn't lot me refuse, and
so I went.
I'd been in the house but a minute,
when I heard considerable of a knocking
at the door. I know'd the chap wanted
to get in, whoever he was, or he wvould't
have kept up such a tremendous racket.
By and by says a voice, "Ef you don't
open I'R bust in the door.
And so he did!
I put on a bold faee-and says I,
" Stranger does this wvoman belong to
Says he " she does.".
"'1Then," says I, " she's a lady I think,
from all that I have seen of her."
WVith that he came at me wvith a pistol
in one hand and a bowie knife in the other,
and being a little pressed for room, I
jumped thro' the window, leaving the big
ger portion of my coat tail. As I was
streaking it down town with the fragment
fluttering to the breeze, I met a friend.
I knew he was friend by a remark he
made. Says he, " Go it Bob-tail, he's a
gainin',.on you !"
And that's the way I happened in your
engine reonm. I'm a good swimmer,
Captain, but do excuse me if you please,
from taking water.--Louisville Journal.
How to treat a Wife
First get a wife; secondly, be patient.
You may have great trials and perplex.
lies in your business with the world; but do
not therefore carry to your home a cloud
ed contracted brow. Your wife may
have many trials, which, though of less
magnitude,may have been as hard to bear.
A kind conciliating word, a tender look,
wvill do wvonders in chasing from her
brow all clouds of gloom. You encoun
ter your difficulties in the open air, fan
ned by heaven's cool breezes; but your
wife is often shut in from these health
ful infiences, and her health fails, and her
spirits lose their elasticity. But oh! bear
with her, she has trials, sorrows to which
you are a stranger,but which your tender
ness .aan deprive of all their anguish. No
tice kindly her little attentions and efforts
to promote your comfort. Do not take
them all as a matter of course, and pass
them by, at the same time being very
sure to observe any omission of what
you may consider duty to you. Do not
treat heri with indifference, if you would
not sear and palsy her heart, which, wva
tered by kindness,would to the latest day
of youristence, throb wvith sincere and
constant affection. Sometime yield your
wishes to hers. She has preferences as
strong as you, and it may be just as try
ing to yield her choice as to you. Do
you findithad to yield somctimec? Think
you It is not difficult for her to give up
always ? Ifyoa.never yield to her wishes,
there is danger, that she will think you
are selfish, and care only for yourselves ;
and with such feelings she cannot love as
she might. Again show yourself manly,
so that your wife can look up to you and
fbel that you will act nobly, and that she
can confide in your judgement.
]Mhs. PARTINGTON sayS- that just be-.
fore the last wvar wvith England, circum
stances were seen around the moon night.
ly, shooting stars peramburlated the
earth, the desk of the sun was covered
with black spots of ink, and comics swept
the horrizon wvith their operic tails. Eve
rybody said it profligated war and sure
enough it did come. Its costivness felt
throughout the land, but the bravery of
General Jacksori, expiated the American
citizens, and foreign domine soon became
SAX SLICK'S L.ST. udpr Haliber
ton, the witty author of SinSlick, was
holding Court the other day, and in the
commencement of the proceedings it be
came necessary to empanniel a Jury.
One whorthy burgher on. being, called,
requested of the Court to- excuse hun, on
the ground that he was afflicted with the
ITCH--at the same time holding out his
hand to, the Judge, and displaying the
visible evidence of his cutaneous affliction.
The Judgeafter closely inspecting the
hands of'the Juror directed the clerk as
" The Court decides that the Jaror's
excuse is a valid one, and therefore di
rects that he be s-c--r-a-t.-h.e-d off."
A tremendous roar of laughter signified
the unamimous verdict of the audience
that his honor was guilty of a pun..
ABOUT two o'clock on a December
night when the thermometer stood in the
neighborhood of zero, a party of wags
hailed a farm house in a boisterous man
ner. The farmer sprang out of his bed,
d:ew on a few articles of clothing, and
ran out to see what was wanted, when
t:e following interesting dialogue occur
"Have you any hay, Mr.-7"
"Plenty of it, sir,"
"Have you plenty of corn!"
"Plenty of meat and breadstuffs?"
"Well, we are very glad to hear it; for
they are useful things in a family !"
The party then drove off, leaving the
farmer to his reflections.
A YANKEE'S CALCULATION.-" Well,
it's curious how we du git over the ground.
Why the trees all look as if was a dan
cin' a jig to double quick time. I kin
recollect, ten or twelve years ago, that
if I started from Bosting on a Wednes
day, I cud git in Fildelphy on the next
Saturday, makin, jist three days. Now
I kin git in from Bosting to Fildelphy in
one day, and I've been calculatin' that it
the power of steam increases for the next
ten years as it has been doin' for the last
ten years, I'd be in Fildelphy jist two
days before I started from Bosting."
WELL Pat, Jim didn't quite kill you
with that brick-bat did he?
No, but I wish he had.
So I could have seen him hung, the
"AH, ELIZA," cried a puritan preacher
to a young lady who had just been making
her hair into beautiful ringlets. "Al,
Eliza, had God intended your locks to be
curled he would curled them for you."
" When I was an infant," -e id the
damsel, "he did ; but now I am grown
up, he thiuks I am ablo to do it myself."
A XAN~ asked ani Irishman ivfle
wore his stockings wrong side outward !
" Because," said he,' 'there's a hole on
the other aide."
" FATHER, what does the printer live
" Why, child ?"
"Because, you said you hadn't paid
him for two years, and are still taking the
" Wife, put that child to bed ; he's a.
THEREs is a man in Ohio who, on ac
count of the hardness of the times, never
kills but a half a pig at a time !
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Foeirs
to me directed, I shall proceed to sell at
Edgefield Court House, on the first Monday
in July next, the following property in the
following ease, viz:
WV. B. Samuel vs Elijah Murphy, the tract
of land belonging to the defendant, contain
ing fifty acres, more or less, adjoining lands
of Musco Samuel, David Shraw and others.
Fleming, McIntire & Co. vs John Hill,
Administrator of M. R. Smith, all that see
tion of land situated wvithin the corporate
limits of the Towna of Hamburg, and known
as section No. 7, containing nineteen aLnd 99
100 acres, more or less, bounded on the North
by section of land No. 6, on the East by the
Edgefield Road, and section No. 11, on
the South by the Town of Hamburg, and on
the West by lands of Charles Hammond and
S. CHRISTIE, S. F. D.
June 4, 1851. 5t 20
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Whitefield Brooks, et al.
BY Virtue of an Execution in this case, I
.)shall proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
House on the first Monday in July next,
seven acres of land, bounded North by Thos
G. Baeon, East by Mrs. Weatherford, South
by Mrs. Blalock, and West by Sherry Covar,
and on the day followving, I will sell at the late
residence of James Coebran, dec'd., 2 Beds
and Furniture and 2 Bedsteads, 10 Chairs,
1 pair Drawers, 1 Side Board, 2 Tables,
Shovel and Tongs, 1 pair Fire Irons, 1 Clock,
some Cooking Ware, 2 Smoothing Irons and
1 Chest, levied on as the property of James
D). WHITE, C. E. D.
June 4, 5t 20
lMillenery and Dress lMaking,
1IFS. NICHOLAS takes thin method of in
Lforming the Ladies of Edgefield, that
she still continues to carry on the
UIL L14ER and DRE SS MAKING
BUSNESS, IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
at her residence, up-Stairs above Mr. B. C.
BYava's Store, where she respectfully solicits a
share of patronage.
March 20, tf 9
A LL persons having deman~ds against the En
tate of Jacob Long, dee'd., will p resent
them duly attested, and thoseindebted will' make
J. A. EICITELBERGER.
CANDIDA TE S
or Taz Colector
L. A. BROOKS,
WILLIAM L. PARKS,
ELIJAH T. RAUCH.
B'. F. GOUDEY,.
F. W. BURT.
SAMPSON B. MAYS,
THOMAS W.. LANHAM .
THOMAS J. DYSON,
WTLLTAMT H. MOSS,
VIRGIL M. WHITE,
HENRY T. WRIGHT,
WILSON L COLEMAN,
OUJLD respectfully inform their customer
and the public generally, that they ar
iow receiving their SPRING STOCK, and ar
repared to offer for inspection, the most chofe
elcetion of F A N C Y G O O D S, ever of
red in this market. Before looking elsewhere
re kindly solicit our friends to call on us, an<
Printed and plain Bareges,Organdies,Grea
lines and Silk Tissues,
French Muslins a 121 cents.
Plain and Printed Jaconets and Cambrics,
Nev Styles of Printed DeLaines,
Mourning Bareges and Grenadines,
Plain and Printed Laws
American, English and 'rench Prints,
Linen Poplins. Ginghams, &e., &c.
We have, also, an extra assortment of th
atest stylesof JEWELRY, which we will sel
IIEAPBR than any other house this side of Char
Our Stock of HATS, BOOTS 4. SHOES
WARE AND CROCKERY, in raics an
UALITY, will please the most fastidious.
Longmires, March 25, tf 21
T HE Undersigned respectfully solicit the al
tention of Country Merchants and Planter
to their very extensive and well assorted Stoc
f GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &c., &c., com
400 %hds Clarified New Orleans and Musec
300 Packages Crushed and Loaf Sgugar.
150 Bbls No 1 and 2 Clarified-Sunar.
1000 Bags Cuba, Rio and Java Coee,
1000 Pieces Dundee B 'ng, (weighing Ij
1 Xbs-44 tod inches.)
100 Bqles Heavy Gunny Bagging.
00 Coilis A inch Hemp Rope.
00 Hhds Bacon Sidea (Baltimore Curing)
00 do Choice Shoulders,
00 do' Muscovaloo Moiasses,
00 BbeNew Oi-leans Syrup,
0'- do "Reedlfi 'Whiskey,
30 do Ni.EI~Enm
00 do Northern Gin,
200 Packages Freniih and Domestic Brandy,
50 do Madeira and Tenn. Wine,
00 do Sweet Malaga Wine,
50 BoxesTobacco (various qualities,)
00 M. ears, (assorted brands)
50 Casks lndon Porter,
00 Boxes Sperm and Adamantine Candles,
ogether wvith Soaps Starch, Raisins, Ten
Spies, Champagne, 6ordials, Syrup, ,'Piekb
and nll articles usually kept in their lie, whkc
they offer for sale on accommodating terms.
DiT Orders promptly and faithfully executed.
SIMMS & NANCE,
No. 1, Hlayne St, Corner Church St.,
Charleston S. C.
June 5, if 20
New Goods, New Goods.
ALLERISTEDT & WIMBERLY, have re
Lc eived at their old stand, corner of ti
Globe Hotel, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., f<
Spring and Summer, the newest and most eli
gant styles of
Plain Figured Black SILKS,
do do Colu'd "
Super Embroidered MUSLINS,
Extra Richi VEL~UTINES,
Earlston GINGH AMS and PRINTrS,
Needle Worked COLLARS and CUFFS,
New style Lace PRINTS,
do do do CAPES,
Embroidered Crape SH AWLS,
A complete assortment of Blea'd and Bron
SHEETINGS and SHIRTING,
Irish LINEN and Linen SHEETING,
Superior Table DAMASK,
Birds Eye DIAPER and TOWELLING,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VESTING!
Lima Pant Stuff' great variety,
OSNABURGS and STRIPES, &c.,
To which they invite the attention of famili'
vsiting the city.
A pril 21, tf 14
'o Contractors & fluilderf
EALED Proposals will be received by tI
Commissioners of Publie Buildings of Edgi
l District, for the building of a NEW JAIl
util the 15th June next. The Plan and Spee
fiations of the work can be seen at the Sheriff
JOHN HUIET, Cumn's.
A pril 17 9t 13
Eli The Temperance Advocate and Augur
Republic will publish the above weekly, until ti
5th June, and forward their accounts to th
ofice for payment.
JD. TIBBETTS will hereafter sc
* BOOTS and SHOES,at the fo
lowing prices, for C A SH O NL Y
Fine Water Proof Boots,........... $9 C
Fine Pump Boots,................ 8
Fine Welted do ........ ....... 7
Men's fine Pump Shoes,..........3 1
do <doWelted do........ . 35
do Kip do do...........2
Ladies Calf Shoes,.............. 1 7
do do Bootees,............. 2
Januaryl1, 1851. tf 1
Old Dr. Jacob Townsend's
S a rs apyari i1 a.
ST Received 6 dozen of Old Dr. Jaco
Townsend's original compound Syrup of Sat
aprilla, and for sale at the Drug and Chemica
tore of .A. G. TEAGUE.
May,1850 tf 15
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Isaia
Blackwell, deceased, are requested to makt
umediate payment, and those having demand
nl present themi properly attested.
JAMES BLACKWELL, Adm'r.
April 17 1850 tf 13
A. 0. MoIlasses.
5 BLS. NEW CROP, a superior article, fi
LC sale by HI. A. KENRICK.
THE UREAT SUBJ1,K IN
IMPROVED EXT'ACT, F
YellowDock and Srsaparila
IMOR the cure ofall.diseaes. or disdlers gene
? rated by impure blood. ts great success
justy entitles it to the name of the
Greas Jmerican. ,pecuie.
So far as it is known it is univegy areia
ted, and many eminent phydlans!4Ma it ay M
their practice with the most hoppy eaets, and
certify that it is the best extract inpitence, and
the nly that
STANDS THE TEST OFTIME.
Every year adds to its great' puitygand mul
tiplies its astonishing cures e. , .of
With suppaating g e oneied flesh, and
caries eating intohbi bones ,, flias~~owt Yet.
low Dock and Sarsaparilla AheaJm.rhii afl
tions. His horrible tormen% ar assued, asnd
his malady notonly-relieve 1. T
It may be safely asserted, ranthe results o
past experience, that "Dr. Guysott's Extract O
Yeltow Dock ad Sazsapazilht" is beyond al
MOST WONDERFUL REMEDYVON EARTH
for the tollowing diseases, and ij qthers proceed
in from VITIATED :B LO . ' -
crofuls or King's Evil, Rheunatism, Obstinate
Cutaneous Exu- . , p Pustule on the
face, BFothes, i, Ch e Eyes, Ring
worm or Tetter, Scald Hea l -uargement and
Pains of the Bones and JolzStabliborn Uleers
Syphilitic Lumbago, and Diseiaessiising from an
Injudicious use of Mercuryctes-or Dropsy,
Exposure, or Imprudence in *I -verComplaint
Agne and Fever, Intermiting Fever, Cholera Nor
bus,.Dysentery Dla ha IeI of Bood in
the Head, Piles, Pains in the S Breast
or Loins, and all forms of , Gandular
and Skin Diseases.
It is a-sovereign specific for General Debility,
and the best renovator for a Broken:,Constitution.
It braces and re-invigo rates e rgan, promotes
activity and regularly in ev ction, and pro
duces that condition of the'Cal Ptem
whichis the best security forwliJFE
Let al who wish to purg the.blood from the
i impurities contracted from the fan indulgence of
the appetite during the winter, tnil.to.prepare the
system to RESIST SUMMEREPIDEMICS, an.
SoRT Now to "Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock
and Sarsaparilla," which is pvMu itself an anti
dote for many of the most niallgnntdiseases that
flesh io heir to, and they will "e* beaappointed;
for in this remedy the public faith has never wa
vered-never can wave;~for-it' is founded on ex
perience, just as their want of faith in othei and
;uous compound is also founded-in experience.
FLY FMINEAL M3O$TRUIS to
I Wekhope, life and vigor frflthii
Therefore, however broken downain health and
spirits, however loathsome tabimself and others,
let no one despair of recovery, letthe patient only
understand that his hope of physical restoration
lies only in " GuTsoTT's ExTRACT oF YELLOW
I Doex AM SaRsAPARILLA," and persuade him for
his LIFE'S SAKE to try it, and we have no hesi
tation in predicting his speedy retoration to health.
As a means of regulating . le-functions of
WOMAN'S DELICATE ORGANIZATION,
it has no equal in the materia medics, and at that
critical period of life, when'the first stage of het
decline commences, its cordial and invigoratin
- omrties will enable her to PASS THE CRISIS
12 None genuine unes put #p in large bot
- tlcs containing a quart,. and nat e-of the Syrul
blown in the gass, with the written signature S
F. Bennett on the outside wrapper.
$f PaICE, 81 per botte.-r6bottles for $5
SCOVIL & MEAD,
113 Chartres stres;()ew Orleans,
Sole General Agents for the Southern States, t
whom all orders must be addhresec
Sold by G. L PENN, IMgell C:H. ; WARD
LAW & DENDY, Abbevi E.; PRAi' A
.TAMES, Nedberry C. ii.; OR~EIGHTION4
S. C.;- HS ILA! 4 O., Augusta
COMME - RIPT.
3. Olin Ta~y.it~
Publishee.DalyQad 2e etColumbiar,S.C.
AT Four DOLLARS DAnLT, apd.Two DOLLAn.
Tar-WEERLY, per annum, payable invarialily sia
months in advance.
The Publisher, thodagh fuly aware that the corn
mercial necessities of Columbia do not require th
~assistance of another journal, is yet wall satisfiec
that the questions now agitating tTae State, demnanc
a more thorough and searching examInation that
they have yet received. To the furtherance of this
object, will the energies of this journal be direct
ed, in order tht th eol may hve all the lights
before them, in decidinj upon the policy to bc
-Though they entertain no doubt about the righ
of a State to secede at any time, and that upon this
right depends the sovereignty of the States, and ir
this the only protection of the citizen against
centralized, consolidated power; yet believing, as
rthey do, that the exercise of this nght at this crasi'
by what is now called "iumglina separate Stat<
action," is a hazardous remedy, if indeed a reme.
dy, at all of those grievances, involving danger
which no ken can foresee, and perhaps the bligt
ing of the now cheering prset of a Southrr
Confederacy, the pber will devote thail
columns more prticulalyto the exposure of thxos<
dangers, and te ruinous consequernccs.which wil
in all human probabilit grw out of uch action
He will further, by al utand honorable means
sustain the wise and pruent measures indicatec
by our State legislature, In conformity with the
sug tions of the Naville Convention, which bool
to eharmonizing of sentiment, and soothing o
prejudice. in the Southern States, that by unior
among themselves, they might redress themselves
effetally, without the postibility of incurrinj
those evils whichwilleertainly growoutof prama
ture and hast action. it is then sincerely hopec
by the publiser, that the friends of co-operahtoa
united action, or uniteesecession as it may be
called, throughout the.State, will .propmptly aic
.him in thit ente ' Upon themiatmutt depent
for its suppor. , as even the most violent advo
catas of immediate secession say, a Southern Con.
federacy is ultimately inevitable in the nature o
thiugs, who shall we, who believe that premature
action by this State will forever blight the hope
~not raite our voices against it, and use all lawfu:
,means in our power to prevent it i Then aid us ir
this work - fo.r we labor in its behalf.
g' EAlI letters on business, to insure attention
must be directed (ipost paid) to the publisher and
proprIetor. A. A. HAIGHIT.
Columbia, So. Ca. May 13, 1851.
PROF. A. C. BARRY'S
OR, MEDICAT ED COMPOUND,
I NFALLIABLE for renewing,' inigrating, ant
Ibeautifying the Hair, removing h socurf, dan
druff, and all afetions of the scalp, and curing
Ieruptions on the skin, diseases of the glands, mus.
dles and integumenta, and relieving stings, cuts,
bruises, spramns &c. With this preparation " there
6is no such word as fail." The first journals ii
America, medical men of the highest eminence,
prominent citizens of all professions, and ladies
who have used It for years in their dressing roonn
and nurseries, admit with one accord, that for im
o arting vigor, gloss, luxuriance and curl to the
hir, eradicating sedif- and dandruff, healing
wounds, cuin contusions, sprains, stings, &c.
and relievin iseasessof the ski, the glands, ant
0the muscles, It has no equal, among the multitude
of compounds advertIsed In the public prints, oi
used in private practice.' In cheapness as walt a
eficacy, Barry's Tricopherous is unrivalled. The
immense cash sales of the articlehave enabled the
Inventor to supply it at retail, at 25 cents per bot
te, which is from 50to lO00er cent. less than the
price of any other preaainfor the hair now in
iluse. The scientific traie on the hair and the
skin, (embracing valuable directions for the culture
andpreervtio ofNature's choisest ornament,
in wich eachibottle -isenlosed, is alone wort
Sold, in larg bottles, price 25 cents, at the prin
cia 37ie BodaNew-York ; and by the
prmipa Mechatsn'n brggitsthroughout the
U nited States. and -Canada, and by GL PEN
agnt Edgefield Court House.
Ma29, 1850. -'19 St
3O BLS. CHOIC2' STONE L~IE, nol
rslacked, ia fneorder. :For sale by
II. A. KENRICK.
BY & Co.
TAIL DEALERS IN
T BAGS, &c. &c.
ES HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GEO.
I their Stock of SPRING AND SUMMER
OODS in their line, can find them of the
'H at their Establishment, under the United
TS, DRAWES, SUSPENDERS, &c.
MARSHAL'S MAGICAL PAIN
BRAD IC A TO R,
WILL POSITIVELY CURE Rheumatism
gin every stage, Weak Baek, Weak Joints,
Bruises, Strains, Swellings, Toothache, Head
ache, Contracted Tendons, Lumbago, Painful
Nerves, Spinal Affeetions, &e., &e. In fact, it
is hard to say what kind of pains it will not cure.
It is WARRANTED to cure the diseases named;
or, in case of filure, the money will be refunded.
To persons troubled with CORNS,this compound
is particularly recommended.
Please to read the following commendatory
letter from Judge Hughes, of Burke county :
E.Moa, Buaxa C.,Dec. 22, 1850.
Ma. J. E. MAsum,-Dear Sir: In compli
anee with your request, I make this simple state
ment of facts. My boy Daniel stuck a thorn in
his foot about the first of last June, the thorn
was extracted, and no more thought of it for 15
or 20 days, his foot then began to swell, and in a
few days it was opened. It diseharged a large
quantity of matter. The discharge continued
for eight days, and then ceased. His foot then
re-commenced swelling and extended up his leg,
thigh, and hip, with violent pain. He then be
gan to spit from his lunge matter similar to that
discharged from the abscess on his foot. I then
called in medical aid, and from the remedies used,
he was alternately better and worse. for eight or
ten weeks. . During this time a large abscess
formed upon the hip, the discharge was large,
and as soon as it ceased, a general swelling of his
leg, thigh and breast commenced, wbich was very
hard to the touch, and attimes experiebeed much
diffileulty in swallowing. Medieal aid seeied of
no further avail, and was discontinued. I then
had recoursetoyour "Magical Pain Eradicator'."
In forty-eight hours, fromhe time I commaneed
its usehis foot began to soften ; the 9we iftt
his hipand breast subsided, and I am pleaed to
say he is1mt weU.
I again used your remedy ia esse flieni
myf Ihv tried eitooryTohAhvt
taini eoin g1lrngi a~,blfa~ -4
Yours truly B I H S
The above statements .of the tpp of "MIar
shall's Magical Pain Eradioator,3' are known by
me to be true.
-(Signed) - ANGUS BETHUNE.
Noneis uin witoutthewritten name of
For sale, wholesale and rotal, by the proprie
tors W. H. & J. TURPIN, Augusta, Ga., and
for sale, in this place, on Agency,
Feb. 13, 6m 4
D R UG S TOR E.
D R. A. G. TEAGUE, having
purchased the interest of his
brother, E F. TEAGUE, dee'd., in
*the DRUG STORE, at Edgefield
C. H., takes this method of return
ing his thanks to their friends and
the community for the liberal pat
ronage bestowed upon the firm.
- And informs his friend. and the
public generally, that he will con
tinue the Sale of DRUGS, MEDICINES, &e.,
at Edgefield C. H.
Hie flatters himself that the experience derived
from fifteen years close application to the quality
and Compounding of Drugs, as well as in the
adinisitration, or remedial application of the
same, will entitle him to some degree of public
confidence in his ability to procure, compound
and furnish his friends and the public with
PURE and UNADULTERATED articles in
He will continue to keep for sale all articles
usually kept by Druggists; and pledges himself
to sell as s.owias Drugs,;&e., of the same quality,
arc sold in Hamburg or Augusta.
Accounts to become due semi-annually: the
1t of January and the 1st of July.
He is also willing to attend a small practice of
his Profession, in its various branches, vir.: The
Practice of Medicine, Surgery, Obstetries and
Office at his Drug Store, where he may a?
ways be found in the day, except professionally
absent, and at night after 9 o'clock, at his resi
dence-the late residence of E. F. Teague, dee'd.
March 27, if 10
T HE above reward will be given for the ap
...proliension and delivery in any convenient
jail, of TWO NEGROES, the property of the
subscriber, a man and a woman.
The man's name is AUSTIN, very dark comn
plected, has one of his upper front teeth out, five
feet eight or ten inches high, and weighs near
two hundred pounds.
The Woman's name is PHILLIS, copper col
ored, chunky, and about 22 years of age.
The fellow ranaway about two years ago, and
was for nine months mn Augusta, Ga., hiring his
time to different persons. It is probable he is
now in that p lace, as when last heard from, he
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. EICHLEBERGER.
Jan 30 tf 2
ST The Augusta Constitutionalist will copy
Iweekly, until notified to the contrary, and for
ward account to this offiee.
Boarding for Young Ladies,
T HE Subscriber willaceommodate with board
ing, ten or twelve Young Ladies. H is
House isroomy and pleasantly situated, conveni
ent to the Female Academies. Parents ua
Guardians may be assured that every attention
necessary will be paid to Girls committed to his
care. EDMUND PENN.
Jan. 1. 1851 tf 5
02 TONSIRON, assorted ses. For sale
2.by A. BURN8IDE.
WHOLESALE & R1
UNDER THE UNITED STA7
J M. NEWBY & CO., have just receive
. CLOTHING. Gentlemen in want of (
BEST MATERIAL, MAKE and FINI
They also keep a large lot of fine SHIlR
Wr Call in and see them.
April 11, 1851.
G. W. LANDRUM
WIJ(IL Practice in tha Courts of LAW and
EQUITY for Edgef6cid and Lexington
Office in Law Range, Edgefleld C. H.
Jan 16, tf 52
H. R. SPAN N,
ATTORNEY A T LAW,
OFFICE the same as heretofore used by
WARDLAW & SPAWN.
February 5, 1851 tf 3
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
w 1Jbe found at an times in his Office, at
VEdgefleld Court House, near the PtANw
He will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov.14 tf 51
W. C. MORAGNE
ILL Practice In the Courts of LAW and
EQUITY, in the Districts of Edgenield
Office at Edgefield, C. H.
Feb. 13, tf 2
JAMES M. DAY
S i geen MmemOdw
OF R3CHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Permanently located atEdgefseld C
H., offiers his professional services
- to the citizens of the Village and
its vicinity; and will attend toany Cal he may
have either in the Village or Country.
All operations warranted.
March 13,1850. tf . 8
-A. M. PERRIN,
Attorney fb~ or on g Platisi
* OUNT Y LA-ND,
F.ea TuosE~ WIlHATE. 3EEN ENGAGED RN Til
-Szancvro mia Umrzv STATES.
0fflee--Edgefleld'C. 11.,S. C.
Nov 17 tf 4
~ THE Subscriber is now re
ceiving a SPLENDID Stock of
SPRING &SUMMER GOODS
Gete e' Wear,
Super sup. Back French Twilled
Super sup. Blue French Twilled Cloth,
" " Brown "
" " Black fig'd and Doe Skin CAS
SIMERS, (a largec supply.)
Fancy Checked DRILLINGJS, new styles,
A superior lot of Plain BI'k Silk VESTINGS,
Figured " "
Fancy fig'd ""
White " ""
IWhite Silk Vestings embro,'ed with Animals,
Buff' and White Marsailes " " "
U " Valentia " "
A beautiful lot of Fancy Silk CRAVATS,
Silk NECK TIES, with embroidered Ends,
tA large lot or Black, White, Kid and Linen
Also, a good supply of HATS, READY!
MADE COATS. of various kinds, SHIRTS,
DRAWERS. &c., &c. All of which he will
sl Low for Cash or to punctual customers, and
made up in a style inferior to none.
1March 13 tf 8
TpHE Subscriber has just received his Stocl
.of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
from Charleston, direct importations,
Rich Silk Dresses,
" " Tissues,
" "I fig'd "
" Figured Barages,
" " Muslins Swiss and Jaconet,
A fine Lot of Gingham and Muslin Gin
hams, for Ladies Dresses,
Ladies Embroidered Capes, fine worked
Collars, Cuffs and Sleeves,
Fine Bonnets, Bonnet, Sash, Neck and
Gloves and Mitts, Kid, Silk, Lisle Thread,
and Sewing Silk,
H AT S.
White and Black Beaver, Moleskin, Panama,
Leghorn, English, Straw and Palmi. -
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Gentlemen's, Ladies and Misses, of every
A few ready made COATS and VESTS.
Also, GROCERIES, HAD AE'and
CROCKERY, aU of which will be sold viRy
~w, and a liberal discount for CASnI.
B. C. BRYAN.
March13S, . tf8
"Zn statu quo ante belluan."
O F ALL-DESCRIPTIONS, may be had at
the Tannery for Can.
Also Tanner's and Neat's Foot Oil; the latter
the best article for Harness.
Cash paid for Hides and good Oak Bark.
All orders addressed to Williams & Christie,
or to Mr. L. M. Munger at the Tan Yard, .will
be promptly attended to.'- .T IS
Fe . 6 f 3
30111HDS. CUBA MOLASSES.
10 " N. Orleans ".
5- " Golden Syrup, very fine. For
sale by A. BURNSIDE.
FAUN-HOU AssM m"
HA MBURGjSr,'- .
L. ftrh-,.under thefirm of A. WAL
-.R&Cojor the purposeofar7 o
hoWare-koisc an enu~i 03
Business and-liavin gnte thew'ebllno.wn
md lately ocupied by WarnxaM & coiz.
They tend'ei their services1"e
he public in general, mndpledge t to
me theirbestetertionstogiv .oum tth
who may favor them wi ne.
Fair advances will- be made.
stote. A. W
Sept 4, 1850.
WHOLXSALE 'AND RETAIL
GROCERY RER ATi
Enow ' A. and well isee
tokof GR ,V to which tb j
vite the isinin of their fkiends, eni orjDr
the firm wll be found at the 'arhoueo!W
ker & Bryion, till 1st September, Wh s
will open their
on Broad Street next door below the old sand
of Adams & Fargo.
BELCHER & HOLIJNGSWORTH.
Augusta, Aug.21 1850 - tf . 3k
New Spring Good7"Of
SNOWDEN & SHER
H AVE NOW received their fullm1pp1o
SPRING & SUMMER DRY"
compriui' the largest asrimwet :thf
erer cd to the pu.bli and embrciggreat
variety of new and splenid articles. ' -
-AMoNo wMil ARa
Paris printed Grenidines, of rich andeleent
Rich printed Grape de Paris. Bareges,14
Foulard Silks, of the latest Paris styles,
Superior Freneh printed Jaeonets, and O,
gandies, of new and beautiful styles.
Rich Brocade Grenaiies, an'elegant artibe*
for Ladies Dresses.1
Superior plain Colored and Black Crape do
Paris, and plain Black Silk Grenadines.
Superior plain Black Satin de Chene,'Satin do
Nord, Rich Tafita and Black Watered Silk. -
Rich Colored ress Silks, of the test. Parik
Small Checked Silks, for Ladies Srin ,ni
Summer wear, of beautiful style d
Splendid White Lace Robes,-ad Wht6 entt'
adines.. . -
Real Valenciennes amd Thread .se.
Superior Swiss and Jaeonet Edgingsad Ii
sertin, (some of extra quality.)
SExtra Rich enh,Spnishd I
Ladies superior White, Black and gjyC&
Ladeis Parsols,of rieh ande 'isA*"?
Plain White and Blbek;and lieb Embridetedt
Grenadine Shawls.- - . 4r-a
'Rich Embroidered White and,.Mod, el
Shawls, of spIidId st'Ids.
Su' plain-Wite,- IBM 'Shi n 3fol
A very large supply of Moun ing44W
Ladies Summeriwest. ,
Superior Mae ad-E &.JeeNPurb
SNOWI EN &d MAR .
IJAVE received from .Nies&Ygfk-.:sdeg
LLParis inade Silk'MANTILEAS, of new
and spiendid styles-orsummer 'wesr - '
Ladies French Worked- Musi iblarniuasy oft
the latest Paris styles, - - c v
Ladies rich Whit. and Black Lace Mantillas,
Lades BlaekLaee Shawls, 'and White ea
Black LaeScarfs, - d
Ladies French Worked Muslin Coa, .Che
miasetta, Cuffls and Underaleeves,
Ladies Lace Collars, Cuffs and Undersleeves,
of beautiful styles. -
To all of which they respectfully invite the at
tention or the Ladies..
April 10 tf . -:..,2,
SNOWDEN & SHEAR.
H AE rceiedfrom New York: it
Emboiere Lceand Mlsin CAR
TAINS, of new and elegant styles.
White Embroidered Mluslin Curtains, at very
Rich Colored Damaskcs, (or Curtains?
Superior White and Fancy col'd 2iiffies.
Superior 4-4 French Furniue Prints, ad
Plain and Twilled 4-4 Turkey Red.
Gilt Corniees, Curtain Pins and Bands,
To all of which they respe'etfully invite the at
tention of the public.
April 10 if -12
CA RRIAGE .MAKING.
- in ,Pottersville, near,.Edge
field Court House, for the ensuing year j would
respetfully solicit a share of puei Patronage,
as wve shall indeavor to give sa .fato to'all wo
may favor us with their business; thyre also in
want of a good wood workman, on Wheels,Cari
riage parts and Bodies, of steady moral habits,.
none other need appl. Good comfortable-biuld
ings can be proue, convenient to the shop for
men of families,or boarding on rcasontible terms.
HILL & WARDL'AW.
N. B.-A good price will be paid for Lumber
of good Ash, Oak, Hickory, and Popl"efts~
sorted dimensions. -.kW %
Nov 28 1850 ti 'a-'45
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLRWA
Wilson Holstein and aife,)
and others, BilforAWiJ.
E. H. Norris and others.J
TT g tosatisfaction that Win.
Fj B oris, Sally SweAlexander Nor
ris, Luther Norris and NahnLNorrIs De
fndants, reside beond the limits of this
State: On motion ofMr. Gamdnu,' Solieitor,
Ordered, that the said Defendants,. as also,
any child or children of the' said Nathan-I
Norris, not named above, do app ear and
plead, answer or demur to this Bill; within
three uionths from the publicatidoi of this
Order, or that the said Bill be taken pro con
fes against them.'
S. S. TOMPKINS, G..E;D.
Comm'ra Office, April 16, 1861.
April 17 Sur 13
50OHalf KitsNol. Forsaleb~ >;
TIlanrg Feb 13 if