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- . THE FARMER.
Drive on, thou sturdy farmer,.
Drive cheerfully o'er the field,
The pleasure of afarmer's life
No other life can yield.
Thou riseth with the morning suny
To till the fruitful earth,
And when thy task is done,
Thou seek'st.thy peacful hearth.
Thou rores not the gaudy town,
With its tumultuous roar,
Plenty and peace thy fireside crown)
And thou dost ask no more..
Monarchs in robes with crimson dyed,
Are low compared. with thee;
They are pampered sons of pride,
Thou art God's nobility.
Go on, tiou sturdy farmer,
Tread proudly on thy sod,
Thy proud goodly heritage,
Thou chosen son of God!
"Some nine or ten years ago, in the
early part of my farming, I had occasion
to deepen a well about six or eight feet.
The earth thrown out was a tenacious
blue clay, just damp enough to cut into
runips, and adhesive enough to remain so.
After finishing the well, the man who had
charge of the farm was at a loss to know
where to deposit it. Having a bare san
dy knoll in one of the fields, which was
not inaptly termed " personal property,"
from its being wafted about by every
breeze, here to-day, and there to-morrow,
it occurred to me that the clay would
hold the sand and form a soil. I accord
ingly ordered it deposited there in heaps,
the same as if manure. This was in the
Oummer. In the fall the lumps were scat
tered over the surface and left to the ac
tion of the rain and frost. In the spring
it was found to have broken down, crum
Bed and slacked like lime. These heaps
were reduced and the clay evenly spread
over the surface. The field received a
coat of manure, was ploughed, and sown
with -oats and peas. That where the
clay was applied, produced the largest
and more vigorous growth, of any other
part of the field. In the fall it was sown
with rye, and seeded down with timothy
and clover. The rye as well as the clo
ver was much more vigorous and heavier,.
on that than any part of the field. In
fact, the person who occupied the farm
after I left it, informed me that he lost his
crop of grass on that part in consequence
of.its lodging. Thus the personal was
made real or fast property, and remains
so to the present day.
"Having -experienced such beneficial
effects from mixing clay with sand, I was
afterwards induced to try what effect sand
wvould have on a rather retentive soil.
The garden at Three Hills Farm, is a
stiff clay loam resting on a strong tena
- cious clay subsoil, rather inclining to
moisture. The second year after I pur
chased and took possession of it, 1 caused
a coat of sand, from six to eight inches
depth, to be put on one of the squares,
which wvas spaded in with the manure,
and I had the satisfaction to witness the
most gratifying and happy results-the
crop on that square was far superior to
any other in the garden. Since then I
lhave caused over five hundred one-horse
cart loads of sand to be put in the gar
den, and the effect is still visible although
the sand has disappeared."-Dr. Poole.
PREsERVING WHEAT.-The wheat is
now being harvested and promises an
abundant yield. We trust our farmers
wvill use every precaution to shield it from
rainis and insects. The wheat crop is too
often suffered to remain ini the field in
small shocks, exposed to the weather
and ravages of birds and vermin, and
hence we have an inferior article of flour,
attributable to bad mills, when the fault
is in the management of the wheat.
We want no better bread than can be
made with Georgia wiheat ground by
mills. A friend in Jones county some
years since, told us that he dried his wheat
wvith heated rocks, and wvas never trou
bled with the weave?. Take good sized
rocks, make them sufficient hot to heat
without burning the whleat. First put
into a hogshead or ~box, a layer of wvheat
then a layer of rocks. About two layers
of rocks w~ill be enough for a hogshead.
We tried this plan last year, and have
not yet seen the bill of a wveavel in it.
Let our friends try the experiment, it can
do no harm,, and may save, much loss
and labor.-Rome Courier.
ABOUT Cows-Every one has felt the
Snconvenience of having his cows calve
during the night. In all seasons, but es
pecially i winter, this is exceedingly an
nioying, and not only demands contamual,
useless watching, on the part of the cow
keeper, but very often indirectly causes
the death of the calf and its mother.
Now it has been ascertained by a person
living in the neighborhood of Utrecht,
that a cow with calf', milked for- the last
time at night instead of in the morning,
Out of 30 cows on which the experiment
was tried, only three or four are men
tioned by Mr. Numnan, as being excep
tions. As confirming the above state
mnent wve may mention the fact, that a
large farmer in the campi-ne has also tried
the same plan with success.-Eastern Ga
HISs TO FAR31ERS.-Tomnatoes make
Plants, when drooping, are revived by
a few grains of camphor.
Pears are generally improved by graft
ing on mountain ash.
Turnips of small size have double the
nutricious matter that large ones have.
Rats and other virmin are kept from
grain by a sprinkle of garlic when pae-k
ing the sheaves.
Sulphur is valuable in preserving grapes
&c., from insects.
Cold bathing, pure water, plain diet, a
clear conscience, and a clean shirt, are
i.n,,.nsal tn healih and hapnnuness.
WoRTKNoWrG-How. TO PRUSERvE
PAsTE.-Every lady, ivho -keeps a scrap
book need to have a little ' cup of flour
paste at hand. How 'can the paste be
preserved? A clergy man in Connecti
cut told me a few years since that after
various experiments, he tried putting the
paste into and openmouth vial or jar and
covering the surface with tincture of
camphor. This was perfectly successful.
He could at any time take out what he
wanted with a little wooden spoon, with
out pouring out the champhor. Perhaps
the uncamphorated alcohol would answer
as well, but I should doubt it. I have not
lately met with any little discovery ofthis
kind, which has been of more service to
me, and many of your readers may be
glad to know of it.-Culturist.
A Horrible Dream.
WE once heard a laughable joke which
a henpecked husband got upon his wife.
He had borne her railing for many a long
year, till one morning, while she was
blustering away about wood, short of po
tatoes, flour, etc., he remarked very pa
"Jerush, I had a dream last night-a
very queer one-and it gives me some
uneasiness. - I dreamed that I was taken
sick and died."
" Well, if it was no more than that,"
said the wife, "I wish it had been more
than a dream."
" But this is not all," said the husband,
"I went to hell, and when I got there I
inquired of one of the imps for the Old
Devil himself, and was shown to his pres
ence. The old fellow recognised me at
at once, and said to me: 'Have you
come here to stay?' I told him I had."
" Well, I can't have you here," said he,
"for if you stay, when Jerush dies she'll
come-and hell will be in an uproar all
the time !"
Soon after the completion of the nar
rative of the dream there came a shower
of culinary utensils about his head, which
obliged him to seek quarters elsewhere,
till his Jerush's wrath subsided.
NEVER SATIFIED.-"How little mo
ney would make me happy," said a wo
man who was employed in the house of
a gentleman of wealth. "How little Mar
tha?" enquired he. "0, dear sir, one
hundred dollars would make me perfectly
happy." "Would it, indeed? Then be
happy, for you shall have it-here it is,"
said he, as lie handed her the amount,
Martha thanked him gratefully, and he
turned away; but he was scarcely out of
hearing before she exclaimed "I wish I
had said two hundred!"
GETTING ON THEIr LEds AGAIN.
" What news to-day ?" said a merchant to
his friend lately.
" What news I" responded the gother,
"nothing, only times grow better-peo
ple are getting on their legs again."
"On their 'legs?" said the first, "I
don't see howv you can make that out."
" Why, yes," replied the other, " folks
that used to ride are obliged to walk now;
-is not that getting on their legs again ?"
Otr A Subscriber sends us the follow
ing. We suspect it is somewhat at vari
ance with the opinion of men in general:
Here, Printer, take this silver money,
And Ill send more before you dun mue;
For the worst of all life's human ills,
Is to be dunned for Printer's bills.
I wrean I had a little wife,
A little stove and fire,
I'd hug her like a lump of gold,
And let no one come nigh her.
A CELEBRATED GAMBLER, after attend
ing a great revival meeting, exp~erienced,
as he supposed, a change of feeling, and
was finally induced to take his seat on
the "anxious beach." The minister com
menced examining them on their experi
ence and the state of their feelings, and
finally, approaching the gambler, asked,
" Well, my friend, what do you say I"
"Oh," replied lhe, unconsciously, "I
pass! what do you do, old fe.llow ?" turn
ing to his left hand neighbor.
CooL.-The following orders were
given by the captain of a Western steam
boat, wihen she was about to engage in a
race with another boat:
"Rosin up, thar, and tell the engineer
to shut down the safety valves. Give lier
goss. Gentlemen who have n't stepped up
to the captain's office and settled, will
please retire to the ladies' cabin till we
pass that boat or burst. Fire up !"
A QUAINT OLD GENT had a man at
work in his garden who was quite the
" Mr. Jones," said lhe to him one morn
ing " did you ever see a snail !"
" Certainly," said Jones.
" Then," said the old man, "you must
have met him, for you could never over
" LOOK HERE, PETE," said a knowing
darkey to his companion, " don't stan'
dar on de rail-road."
"Kase, if de cars see dat mouf uv
yourn, dey will tink it am de depo', and
run rite in !"
A GENTLEMAN advertised in the' Wash
ington lIntelligencer, that he lost on the
9th inst., "a silver wvatch, wvith a gol
face, and gray frock coat."
OtrAN Irishman upon seeing a squir
rel shot from a tree: "said Faith and be
jabbers, that's a waste of powder; the
fall itself would have killed the squirrel."
OtrWHAT kind of essence does ayoung
an like when he pops the question? ac
GEORGE TuoMisoN, in a speech at the re
ent convention at Syracuse, said that "he
ad often wished that he was a colored man."
red. Douglamss, who sat near him, izmedi
AGNEW, FISHER & CO.
NEWBERRY C. H.,
Importers and Dealers in
GUNS, PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
GROCERIES, WINES AND LIQUORS.
T HE advertisers would respectfully invite the
attention of persons visiting Newberry, to
n examination of their Stock ~of Goods, which
consists of almost every article in the HARD
WARE, GROCERY DRY GOODS line,
all of which they will sell as CHEAP as the same
article can be purchased in Charleston, with
transportation only added.
AGNEW, FISHER & CO.
No. 2 and 3, Merchant Row,
In front of Newberry Court House.
April 17 3m 13
Granileville Cash Store:
T IIE Subscriber respeetfully cals the atten
tion of farmers and the community gene
rally to his Store in Graniteville, where he keeps
constantly on hand a NEW and WELL AS
SORTED Stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, SHOES,
and nearly every variety of Goods, and is selling
at the Cheapest rates ever known above Char
eston! le buys for CASH and engages to
ell as CHEAP as Augusta, Hamburg, Aiken,
r any other neighboring market.
Ladies wishing tc buy Bonnets of the latest
style, either trimed or untrimed, will do well to
examine his Stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Ie is prepared to have Bonnets trimmed in the
latest styles or to order at the shortest notice.
All who advocate a
CHEAP CASH SYSTEM
will be sure to save money by giving him a trial.
g7 The highest market price will be given for
all saleable produce in exchange for Goods.
A. B. MULLIGAN.
June 4, tf 20
SNOWDEN & SHEAR.
H AVE received from New York: Ladies
1 Paris made Silk MANTILLAS, of new
and splendid styles for summer wear,
Ladies French Worked muslin Mantillas, o
the latest Paris styles,
Ladies rich White and Black Lace Mantillas,
of elegant styles,
Ladies Black Lace Shawls, and White and
Black Lace Scarfs,
Ladies French Worked Muslin Collars, Che
aLietts, Cuffs and Undersleeves,
Ladies Lace Collars, Cuffs and Undersleeves,
of beautiful styles.
To all of which they respectfully invite the at
tention of the Ladies.
April 10 tf 12
SNOWDEN & SHEAR.
HJAVE received from New York: Whit
Embroidered Lace and Muslin CAR
TAINS, of new and elegant styles.
White Embroidered Muslin Curtains, at very
Rich Colored Damasks, for Curtains.
Superior White and Fancy col'd Dimities.
Superior 4-4 French Furniture Prints, and
Plain and Twilled 4-4 Turkey Red.
Gilt Cornices, Curtain Pins and Bands,
To all of which they respectfull; invite the at
tention of the public.
April 10 tf 12
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facia
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:
W. B. Samuel vs Elijah Murphy, the tract
of land belonging to the defendant, contain
ing fifty acres, more or less, adjoining landt
of Musco Samuel, David Shaw and others.
Fleming, McIntire & Co. vs John Hill,
Administrator of M. R. Smith, all that sec
tion of land situated within the corporate
limits of the Town of Hamburg, and known
as section No. 7, containing nineteen and 99
100 acres, more or less, bounded on the North
by section of land No. 6, on the East by the
Bdgefield Road, and section No. 11, on
the South byv the Town of Hamburg, and on
the Wvest bj lands of Charles Hammond and
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
Junec4, 1851. 5t 20
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Whitefield Brooks, et al.
B)Y Virtue of an Execution in this case, I
.shall proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
Iouse on the first Monday in July next,
seven acres of land, bounded North by Thos
. Bacon, East by Mrs. Weatherford, South
y Mrs. Blalock, and West by Sherry Covar,
md on the day following, I will sell at the late
residence of James Cochran, dee'd., 2 Beds
md Furniture and 2 Bedsteads, 10 Chairs,
pair Drawers, 1 Side Board, 2 Tnbles,
shovel and Tongs, 1 pair Fire Irons. 1 Clock,
ome Cooking Ware, 2 Smoothing Irons and
Chest, levied on as the property of James
D. WHIITE, C. E. D.
June 4, 5t 20
Boarding for Young Ladies,
lITE Subscriber willaecomnmodate with board
L ing, ten or twelve Young Ladies. His
[louse is roomy and pleasantly situated, convemi
nt to the Female Academics. Parents and
nrdians may be assurcd that every attention
~eessary will be paid to Girls committed to his
re. EDMUND PENN.
Jan. 1. 1851 tf 50
~J DY. TfBBETTS wifl l ercafler sell
. BOOTS and SHOES, at the fol
lowing prices, for C A SH O NL Y:
Fine Water Proof Boots,...........$9 00
Fine Pump Boots,......,.....,., 8 00
Fie Wcltcd do ..,,,,...........7 00
Men's fine Pump Shoes,...,. 3 75
do do Welted do.,...... ....3 50
do Kip do do............ 200
Ladies Calf Shoes,................1 75
do do Bootees,..............2 00
January 1, 1851. tf
ThBLS. CHOICE~ STONEi LIME, not
lacke, in fine order. For sale by
H. A. KENRICK.
H abtrg, Feb 3, te 3
~1ANTD two good SHOEMAKERS, ac
Vcustomed to making pegged work.
May22:~f ,R. T. MIMS.
May 2 ff~ -18
AGOOD Stock of CHAIRS of difi'erent
&qulities, sizes, &c. For sale by
ror Tax Collector
L. A. BROOKS,
WILLIAM L. PARKS,,
HENRY H. HILL,
ELUAH T. RAUCH.
B. F. GOUDEY,
F. W. BURT.
ISAAC BOLES, e
SAMPSON B. MAYS,
T. J. WHITTAKER,
THOMAS W. LANHAM.
THOMAS J. DYSON,
WILSON L. COLEMAN,
WILLIAM H. MOSS,
VIRGIL M. WHITE.
HENRY T. WRIGHT,
EDMUND PENl, ,
THOMAS G. BACON,
W OULD respectfully inform their customers
andthe- public generally, that they are
now receiving their SPRING STOCK, and are
prepared to offer for inspection, the most choice
selection of F A N C Y .G O O D S, ever of
fered in this market. Before looking elsewhere,
we kindly solicit our friends -to call on us, and
Printed and plain Bareges, Organdies, Grea
dines and Silk Tissues,
French Muslins a 121 cents.
Plain and Printed Jaconets and Cambries,
New Styles of Printed DeLaines, -
Mourning Bareges and Grenadincs,
Plain and Printed Laws,
American, English and French Prints, I
Linen Poplins. Ginghams, &c., &e.
We have, also, an extra- assortment of the
latest styles of JEWELRY, which we will sell
CiIEAPEa than any other house this side of Char- I
Our Stock of HA TS, BOOTS r SHOES, J
SADDLERY, GROCERIES, HARD
WARE AND CROCKERY, in raiCz and i
QUALITY1 will please the most fastidious.
Longmires, March 25, if 21
T HE Undersigned respectfully solicit the at
tention of Country Merchants and Planters
to their very extensive and well assorted Stock
of GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &c., &c., com
400 Hhds Clarified New Orleans and Musco
300 Packages Crushed and Loaf Sugar.
150 BbIs No 1 and 2 Clarified Sugar.
1000 Bags Cuba, Rio and Java Coffee,
4000 Pieces Dundee Bagging, (weighing A.to
II lbs-44 to 46 inches.)
100 Bales Heavy Gunny Bagging.
1000 Coils J inch Hemp Rope.
500 lHhds Bacon Sides (Baltimore Curing)
100 do Choice Shoulders,
100 do MuscovadoM ases,
1000 Bbls New Orleap. yrp,1
1200 do Rectifled2W~~,
300 do N. E. Rumx4',
100 do Northern Gig,
200 Packages French and Domestic Brandy,
150 .do Madeira and Tenn. Wine,
100 do Sweet Malaga Wine,
150 Boxes Tobacco (various qualities,)
300 M. Segars, (assorted brands)
50 Casks London Porter,
300 Boxes Sperm and Adamantine Candles,
Together with Soaps, Starch, Raisins, Teas,
Spices, Champagne, C5ordials, Syrups, Piekles
and all articles usually kept in their line, which
they offer for sale on accommodating terms.
U2T Orders promptly ad faithfully exeuted.
SIMMS & NANCE,
No. 1, ilayne St, Corner Church St., ]
Charleston S. C.
June 5, tf 20
D R UG S T ORE.
D R. A. 0. TEAGUE, having
purchased the interest of his
brother, B F. TE.WUE, dee'd., in
the DR'UG STORE, at Edgenecit
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 informis his friends and the
-public generally, that he will con
tinue the Sale of DRUGS, MEDICLNES, &c.,
at Edgefield C. H.
He fatters himself that the experience derivedf
from fifteen years close application to the quality
and Compounding of Drugs; as well as in thme I
administration, or remedial application of the r
same, will entitle hini to sonmc degree of public
confidence in his ability to procure, compound
and furnish his friends and the publie with
PURE and UNADULTERATED articles in :
He will continue to keep for sale all articles-t
usually kept by Druggists; and pledges himselff
to sell as Low, as Drugs, &c., of the same quality, I
are sold in Hamburg or Augusta.l
Accounts to become due seini-annually: the i1
1st of January and the 1st of July.
H e is also willing to attend a small prar-tice of I
his Profession, in its various branches, viz: The I
Practice of Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and I
Office at his Drug Store, where lie may al- I
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. Teaguc, dee'd. r
Marc h277,tf 10 l
lMillenery and Dress Making, y
MRS. NICHOLAS-takes this method of in-t
forming the Ladles of Edgefield, that
she still continues to carry on the
MILLIlkER and DRESS M~AKlNG
BUSINESS, IN ALL ITS BRANC1HES,
at her residence, up-Stairs above Mr. B. C.
Btann's Store, where she respecctfully solicits a
share of patronage.
March 20 , if 9
* Notice. f<
LL prsos haingdemands against the Es
..aeo acbLng, dec'd., will present
them duly attested, adtose indebted will make -
Jl. A, EICHIELBERGER.
JTan 3f1 if 2
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Isaiah ti
..lBlackwell, decessed, arc requested to make
mmediate payment, aind thmose having demands
ill present them properly attested.
JAMES BLACKWELL, Admn'r
April 17 1850 tf 13
f E LS. NEW CROP, a superior article, for
LOsale by H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Feb 3 tf 3
,[TOSIRON, aored sizes. For sale s
TONSy . .BURNSIDE. S
ha..,ur,, Feb 13 tf 3
.s M. NEW
WHOLESALE & RE
UNDER THE UNITED STAT
M. NEWBY & CO., have just received
lie CLOTHING. Gentlemen in want of G
EST MATERIAL, MAKE and FINIS
They also keep a large lot of fine SHIR'
r Call in and see them.
April 17, 1851.
New Spring Goods.
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
IAVE NOW received their full supplies of
SPRING & SUNMER DRY -GOODS,
ompriing the largest assortment they have
5er ofered to the public, and embracing a great
ariety of new and splendid articles.
-Amoxo wHuIC An
Paris printed Gren-tdines, of rich and elegant
Rich printed Crape de Paris Bareges, and
oulard Silks, of the latest Paris styles,
Superior French printed Jaconets, and Or
pindies, of new and beautiful styles.
Rich Brocade Grenadines, an elegant article
r Ladies Dresses.
Superior plain Colored and Black Crape de
,aris, and plain Black Silk Grenadines.
Superior plain Black Satin de Chene, Satin do
ord, Rich Tafita and Black Watered Silks.
Rich Colored Dress Silks, of the 'latest Paris
Small Checked Silks, for Ladies Spring and
unimer wcar, of beautiful styles.
Splendid White Laeo Robes, and White Gren
Real Valenciennes and Thread Laces.
Superior Swiss and Jaeonet Edgings and In
rtings, (some of extra quality.)
Ladies Extra Rich French, spanish and Bridal
Ladies superior White, Black and Colored
Ladies Parasols, of rich and elegant styles.
Plain White and Black, and Rich Embroidered
Rich Embroidered White and Mode Colored
liaw1s, of splendid styles,
Superior plain White, Black, Salmon, Mode
tad Cherry Colored Crape Shawls.
A very large supply of Mourning-Goods, for
idies Summer wear.
Superior French, Engish and American Prin.
a great variety of syes.
Superior Manchester and French Fancy, and
ournig GInghams, of new and beautiful styles.
A large supply of articles suitable for Gentle
en's and Youth's Summer wear.
With a great variety of other articles suitable
r FAMILY and PLANTA TION use, and to
1 of which, they respedtfully invite the atten
io of the public.
April 10 tf 12
MARSHAL'S MVAGICAL PAIN
ERAD ICA TO OR,
WVILL POSITIVELY CURE Rheumatism
kin every stage, Weak Back, Weak Joints,
3ruises, Strains, Swellings, Toothache, Head
Lhe, Contracted Tendons, Lumbago, Painful
ervs, Spinal A ffections, &c., &c. In fact, it
hard to say what kind of prains it will not cure.
It is wVARRAYvED to cure the diseases named;
r, in ease of failure, the money will be refunded.
> persons troubled with CORNS, this compound
Plcase to read the following commendatory
tter from Judge Hughes, of Burke county:
ELMOns, BuaKE CY., Dec. 22, 1850.
Ma. J. E. MansIaL--Dear Sir : In compli
ec with your request', I make this simple state
nent of facts. My boy Daniel stuek a thorn in
s foot about the "first of last June, the thorn
's extracted, and no more thought of it for 15
r20 days, his foot then began to swell, and in a
v daye it was opened. It disecharged a large
uantity of matter. The discharge continued
reight days, and then ceased. His foot then
c-commenced swelling and extended up his leg,
high, anid hip, with violent pain. H~e then be
n to spit from his lungs matter similar to that
sharged from the abscess oni his foot. I then
alled in medical aid, and from the remedies used,
cwas alternately better and worse for eight or
1 weeks. During this time a large absess
rmed upon the hip, the discharge wvas large,
nd as soon as it ceased, a general swelling of his
g, thigh and breast commenced, which was very
ard to the touch. and at times experienced much
liculty in swallowing. Medical aid seemed of
ofurther avail, and was discontinued. I then
a recourse to your " Magical Pain Eradicator."'
aforty-eight hours, from the time I commenced
ue, his foot began to soften ; the swelling on
is hip and breast subsided, and I am pleased to
w he is noo woell.
I again used your remedy in a case of Neui)
lgia, with great success, giving immediate re-,
ef. I have tried it also for Tooth-A che, with
y youngest child, with entire success.
From the success I have had in the usc of
our " Magical Pain Eradicator," I have no hesi
tion in recommending it to the pubfle.
W. W. HUGHES."
The above statements of the use of " Mar
tall's Magical Pain Eradicator," arc known by
meto be true.
(Signed) .ANGUS BETHUNE..
None is genuine wvithout the written name of
E. Marshall on each box.
For sale, wsholesdile and retail, by thme proprie
rs W. HI. & J. TURPIN, Augusta, Ga., and
irsale, in this place, on Agency, by1
A. G. TEAGUE,
Feb. 13, 6m 4
"Zn statu quo ante bellum."
F ALL DESCRIPTIONS, may be had at
the Tannery for Ctsn.
Also Tanner's and Neat's Foot Oi1; the latter
mebest article for Harness.
('ash paid for Hides and good Oak Bark.
ll orders addressed to Williams & Christie,
to Mr. L. M. Munger at the Taa Yard, will
spromptly attended to.
Feb. 6. tf 3
Old Dr. Jacob Townsend's
S a rs apya ri l Ia .
U LST Received 6 dozen of Old Dr. Jacob
FTownsend's original compound Syrup of Sar
parilla, and for salo at the Drug and Chemical
ore of A. 0. TEAGUE.
BY & CO.
rAIL DEALERS IN
T BAGS, Ac. Ac.
VS HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GEO.
their Stock of SPRING AND SUMMER
)ODS in their line, can find them of the
Hat their Establishment, under the United
'S, DRAWES, SUSPENDERS, &c.
5. Olin Ta ey, Editor.
Published Daily,and Tri-weckly at Cetumbia,S. C.,
AT Four DOLLARs DAILY, and Two DOLLARS
TR-WEENLY, per annum, payable invariably six
months in advance.
The Publisher, though fully aware that the com
mercial necessities of Columbia do not require the
assistance of anotherjournal, is yet well satisfied
that the queitions now agitating the State, demand
a more thorough and searching examination than
they have yet received. To the furtherance of this
object, will the energies of this journal be direct
ed, in order that the people may have all the lights
before them, in deciding upon the policy to be
adopted by them in seeking for their rights, and re.
dress for their injuries and grievances.
Though.they entertain no doubt about the right
of a State to secede at any time and that upon this
right depends the sovereignty of the States, and in
this the only protection of the ciizen against a
centralized, consolidated power; yet believing, as
they do, that the exercise of this rightat this crisis,
by what is now called -"immediate se rate State
action," is a hazardous remedy, if ineed a reme
dy, at all of those grievances, involving dange
which no ken can foresee, and perhaps the blght,
ing of the now cheein prospect of a Soutben
Confederacy, the hisher will devote theh
columns more particularly to the exposure of those
dangers, and the ruinous consequences which wil
n all human probability grow oat of uoh aetion
He will further, by all just and honorable mean
sustain the wise and prudent measures indicated
by our State Legislature, In conformity. with the
sugestions of the Nasville Convention, which look
to the harmo niing of sentiment ahd soothng o
prejudices in the Southern States; that by unloz
among themselves, they might-redreu tiemselves
effectually, without the postibility of ineurrin
those evils which will certainly grow out of prema,
ture and has action. it is then sincerely hoped
by the r, that the'friends of co-operatu
united ation, or united secession as it may be
called, throughout she State, will propnpdy aid
him in thi enterpise.' Upon them it mutt depend
for its support. If, as even the most violent advo
cates of immediate secession saa Southern Con
federacy is ultimately i' jn'b~ A*s.sZure el
thigs, who shall we, wh beivet. prematine
action by this State will fbrever' blighitlmh hopei
not raite our voices agamtitn usal.awA
means -in ou power to prevent 1t4 enaid tis in
this work - for we laber-ints behalf.
gg All letters on business, to insure ation,
must be directed (post paid) to the publibr and
Columbia, So. Ca. May 13, 1851.
PROF. A. C. BARRY'S
OR, MEDiCATED COMPOUND,
I NFALLIABLE for renewing, invigorating, an~
beautifying the Hair, removing the .curf, dan.
druff, and all affections of the scalp, and curing
eruptions on the skin, diseases of the glands, mus
ces and integuments, and relieving stings, cuts,
bruises, sprains, &c. With this preparation " there
is no such word as fail." The first journals 1:n
America, medical men of the highest eminence,
prominent citizens of all professions, and ladles
who have used it for years in their dressing rooms
and nurseries, admit with one accord, that for im.
parting vigor, gloss, luxuriance and curl to the
hair, cradiscating scurf and dandruff, healing
wonds, curing contusions, sprans, stings, &tc.,
and relieving diseases of the skin, the glands, and
the muscles, it has no equal, among the multitude
of compounds advertised in the public prints, 0r
used in private practice. In cheapness as well an
efficacy, Barry's Tricophierous is unrivalled. The
immel!e cash sales of the article have enabled the
Inventor to supply it at retail, at 25 cents r bot
tie, which is from 50 to 100 per cen.ls t n the
price of any other preparation for the hair now im
use. The scientific treatise on the hair and the
ukin, (embracing valuable directions for the culture
and preservation of Nature's choisest ornament,)
in which each bottle is enclosed, is alone worth
Sold, in larg bottles. price 25 cents,sat the prmnt
cipal office, 13 Broadway, New-York ; and by the
rncipal Merchants and Druggists throughout the
Unied States, and Canada, and by G. L. PzRN,
gnt dgfield Court House.
MaS2,S80. 19 5
CA R RIAGE MAEKING.
T HE Subscribers having
engaged in the Carriage
in Pottersville, near Edge
&ld Court House, for the enstring year ; would
respectfully solicit a share of public Patronage,
as we shall indeavor to give satisfaction to all who
may favor us with their business ; they' are also in
want of a good wood workman, on Vi heels, Car
riage parts and Bodies, of steady moral habits,
none other need apply. Good comfortable build
ings can be procured, convenient to the shop for
men of families, or boarding on reasonable terms.
HILL & WARDLAW.
N. B.--A good price will be paid for Lumber
of good Ash, Oak, Hickory, and Poplar, of as
sorted dimensions. H. & W.
Nov 28 1550 tf 45
T1 HE above reward will be given for the ap
1prehension 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 corn
lected has one of his upper front teeth out, five
eet eigt or ten inches high, and weighs near
wo 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 in Augusta, Ga., hiring his
time to diff'erent persons. It Is probable he is
now in that place, as when last heard from, he
was making his way in that direction.
Half the above reward will be given for the de
ivery of either of the above negroes.
JOHN A. EICIHLEBERGER.
Jan30 tf 2
g7 The Augusta Constitutionalist will copy
weekly, until notified to the contrary, and for
ward account to this office.
'[ BLSlagoNo. 3, MACKEREL,
NU3 afbarrels No2 2
75 Kits, No 1.
50 Half KiteaNo 1. For sale by
G;W. LLi infiii
Prae6e in Qis Courts of LAWand
E Yfor Bdgdd ai L gtai
Offiein Iawmange, E Id C H
H. R. SPANN
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFicE the sane as heretofore used by
WARDLLW & SPIN.
February 5, 1861 tf ,,...
ATTORNEY AT LAW, .;
W ILL be found at a times in his-Oflme-it
Bgeeld Court Housenear th. PrAX
He will attend promptly and stricty to businew
in his profession.
No v..14 tf .
W. C. MOR A 4NE
W~L Practice in the Courts .of LAW-a
EQUITY, in the Districts.-f Edgefel
Office at Edgefleld, C. H.
Feb. 13, if.I
JA1MWFS M. D A Y
OF RICHMOND, :YGIN a,
~ Permanentlylobsted atEdgeeld C'
H.,offers his professional f r*iie
to the citisens of the Village and
its vicinity; and wiR attend to ny es Ahe- nY
have either in the Vllage or Country. --
AN operations warranted.
March 13,1850. f -8
Attorney Sbr ClIlecting .Gaias .rx
BOU N T Y L A N D, -
IFOa TWOSE WHO KA41 MEN3 33@A@'D- I* 'ygz
SE'avIC OF TNE UinrE STATZS!'- --i'
Office-Edgefleld C. H., S'.d C: -
Nov 17 tf 42"
TE Subseriber Is- now
cevinga aSPLZNDID-Stock of
SPRING& SUMMER GO0D0
Super sup.-Back French Twiled
.cLOTrH. -- :.
Super sup. Blue Fronch Twined Cloth,
- 4' 6 Brown."
" " Black flg'd and Doe Ski* CAS
SIMERS, (a large supply,)
Fancy Checked DRILLINGS, new style.,
Asuperior ]ot of Plain Blk Silk *VESTINGS,
.F. ue d "- - "
Whito . - --"K
I White SilkVestings-embros'ed-with mdun,
Buff and White Mrsie.
41 . Valentia. ' " %I
A beautiw lot of Fan .8k CRAV
Silk NECK TIES, wi e-bra d
A large lot of B2ack, White, Eid znd
Also, a good supply of HATS, READT
MADE COATS, of -various- kinds, SHIR',
DRAWERS. &o., &d. All of whioa he' il
sell Tow for Cash or to punctenaLOUstoms, and
miade up in a style Inferior to none.-'
~,2 JOHN- ISQWd
MareW - GAf - 8
asre-hsjubt reeeiwed &la Stock
of PRING AND .SUMIRR fOODj'
firom Charleston, directimportations,: :: -
Rich Silk Dresses, ..
" F iuBges a
. " Muli.'Sis -n .a
A fine Lot of Giugham -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,
White and Black Beaver, Moleskin, Panm,
Leghorn, English, Straw and Palm.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Gentlemens, Ladies and Misses, of every
A few readly made COATS end VESTS.
Also, GROCERIES, HARDWARE ' and
CROCKERY, all of which will be sold mya
row, end a liberal discount for Case.
B. C. BRYAN.
March 13, tf 8
WARD-Z.OUSD AND OMUEUUZO
jHE UNDERSIGNED having formed a o-.
.1partnership, under the firm of A. WA L
KER & CO.,for the purpose of carrying on
the Ware-Ilouse mnd Connnissten
Business, and having rented the wel known
Ware-House, known as Walker's Ware-House,
and lately oceupied by.Watssa & COLsMAN,
They tender their services totlieir friends and
the publie in general, and pledge themselves to
use their best erertions to give satisfaction to those
who may favor them with business.
Fair advances wil be made oni produce in
store. A. WALKER.
D. L.. ADAMS.
Sept 4, 1850. tf Sg
DZLO.0 R B OLENGNWORTR
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AREnow receiving a large and well selected
Stock of GROCERIES, to which they in
vite the attention of their friends, one or both of
the firm wil be found at the Warehouse of Wa)
ker & Bryson, til 1st September, when .they
wil open their
on Broad Street next door below the old stand
of Adams & Fargo.
BELCHER & HOLLINGSWQRTH.
Augusta, Aug.21 1850 if.. . 31
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Wilson Holsein and ie
and others, - BWfor Parten.
E. H. Norris and others.J
IT appearing to ma satisfaction that Wa,.
B.Nori, Sally aweAlexander Nor
ris, Luther Norrs and Nthan 3.'Norria Da
fendants, reside beyond the' limits of this
State: On motion of Mr. GRIFFw, Solleitoi';
Ordered, that te said' Defendants,'ar&li,
any child or children of the said Nathan 1.
Norris, not named above, -do apper- .aad
plead, answer or demur toe this fli, within
three months from the -publiention of this
Order, or that the aid Billbs tak66 pro eon.
feso against th'em. ~
S. S. TOMPKINS; C.E. E. D.
Comm'rs Office, April 16, 1851.
Apreil 17i 3m1