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"WHY, BLESS HER, LET HER GO I'
Some time ago, I fell in love
With pretty Mary Jane;
And I did hope that by and by
Shedlove mo back again.
Alas ! my hopes, adawning bright,
Were all at once made dim;
She saw a chap. I don't know where,
And fell-in love with him f
Next time we met-(now how it was
I don't pretend to say)
But when my chair moved up by hers,
'thy, hers would move away.
Before, I always got a kiss,
(I own, with some small fuss,)
2nt now, forsooth, for love nor fun,
'Fwas non-conic-at-a buss !
Wei. there we sat-and when we spoke,
Our conversation dwelt
On everything beneath the sun,
Except what most we felt.
Enjoying this delightful mood,
Who, then, should just step in,
But he, of all the world whom I
fad rather see than him.
And he would sit down by her side,
And she could-all the while
le pressed her hand within his own
Upon him sweetly smile ;
And she could pluck a rose for him,
So fresh and bright and red,
And gave me one which hours ago,
Was shrunk, and pale, and dead.
And she could freely, gladly sing
The songs he did request;
The ones I asked were just the ones
She always did detest.
I rose to leave-and "She'd be glad
To have me longer stay !"
No doubt of it ! No doubt they wept
To see me go away !
I sat me down. I thought profound,
This maxim wise I drew
It's easier far to like a girl
Than make a girl like you.
But, after all, I don't believe
My heart will break with woe;
If she's a mind to love "that chap,"
Why, bless her, let her go!
An Irish Letter.
A correspondent into whose hands the
following letter had fallen, sends it to us
as something too good to be lost:
IRE LAND, Kilkenny, 1850.
DEAR yIJxY :-I have not wrote you
before my last since now, because as we
moved our place of living, I did not know
where the letter would find you; but I
iow with pleasure take my pen in hand
to inform you of the melancholy death
of your own living uncle Kilpatrick, who
died very suddenly last week, after a lin
gering illness of five months. The man
was in violent convulsions the whole time
of his sickness laying perfectly quietasi
.eahes l tahl aii incohe
rently and calling for wvater.
I had -no opportunity of informing you
of his death sooner, except I had writter
you by the last post, which wvent off just
two days before his death, and then you
would have had the postage to pay.I
am at a loss to tell you what his death
was occasioned by, but I fear it was b
his last sickness, for he never was well
ten days together, durig the whole time
of his confinement, and I fear his sick
ness was occasioned by eating too much
rabbits stuffed with peas and gravy, or
peas and gravy stuffed with rabbits, I can
not now tell wvhich, but be that as it will,
as soon as he breathed his las!, the Doe
tor gave up all hopes of recovery.
I need not tell you anything about his
age, for you wecll knowv that in December
next he would have been just gix months
His property now devolves to his next
of kin, who all died some time ago ; sc
that I expect it will be divided hetwcein
us, and you know his property was eon
siderable, for lie had a fine estate, which
was sold to pay his debts, and the remain
der he lost in a horse race, but it wvas the
opinion of every one, at the time, that he
would have won the race, if the hiorse
he run against had not been too fast for
I never sawv a man, and the Doctors all
say so, that observed directions anid tooki
medicine better thtan lie did; lhe said he
had as lief drink gruel as wvine, if it only
had the same taste, and would as soon
take tarter emetic as eat beef-steak if it
only had the same relish. But, poor soul,
he will never drink more, and you not have
a living relation in the world, except my.
self and your two cousins, who were
killed in the last war.
I can't dwell on this mournful subject,
and shall sale my letter with the black
sale wvax, and put your uncle's coat o'
arms, so I beg you not to break the sale
when you open the letter, and don't open
ituntil three of four days after you receive
it, by which time you will be prepared for
the sorrowful tidings. When you come
to this place, stop, and don't read any
more till my next.
From your affectionate aunt,
To James McStraffie.
P. S.-Don't write again until you re
A CoRRESPoNDENP at the South, tells,
the following annecdote:
An old Dutchman took a job of haul..
ing aotton across thme country to a cer
tain river, and one day he stopped the
team about noon for the purpose of eat
ing his dinner, and giving refreshment
and rest to his horses. Perceiving inidi
cations of a spring a little ditanlce from
the road, he left his son in charge of the
horses, and carried his tin pail over to
the water. It proved to be a hot spring,
and the old Dutchman oried out in terror
to his son, with a loud voice:
" Hanse! trivo on ! trive on te deam,
for-Got's sake! Hell ish not von mile
"I LeVE To STEAL."-A anm"sing
incident occurred in one of our down
east churches, some years ago. The
clergyman gave out on a pleasant Sab
bath afternoon in July:
" I love to steal a while away
From every 'cumbering care.
And spend the hour of setting day
In humble, grateful prayer."
The regular chorister being absent,
the duty devolved upon the good old
deacon - , who commenced,
"I love to steal-"
and then bagged down-and raising his
voice to a still higher pitch, he sung,
"I love to steal-"
and, as before, lie concluded lie had got
the wrong pitch, and deploring that lie
had not his " pitehtuner," he determined
to succeed if he died in the attempt.
By this time, all the old ladies were
tittering behind their fans, while the faces
of the "young 'uns" were all in a broad
grin. At length, after a desperate cough,
he made a final demonstration, and roared
"I love to steal-"
This effort was too much; every other
but the godly and eccentric parson was
laughing, who arose and, with the utmost
"Seeing our brother's propensities, let
us pray !"
It is needless to say that but few of
that congregation heard the prayer.
SCENE IN A DErTiST's OrrC.-A
male' representative from the Emerald
Isle enters, hat in hand, with " The top
of the morning to ye' sir, an' I've got a
bad tooth, an' the divil a bit o' comfoit
can I get short of a bottle of brandy, an,
I've got one of Father's Matthy's medals
to kape nme from all such evil spirits, sure.
Now sir, what'll ye be axin, to pull inc a
" Half a dollar," says the doctor.
"Well," says Pat, " what'll ye pull two
"Oh," replied the doctor, "I wont
charge you anything forpulling the second
Pat seated himself turned up his nmg,
and the doctor soon took a peep at his
grinders, and with a little assistance from
Pat, soon found which were the ones lie
Says Pat, "this is the first one and
that is the second one. Plaze pull the
scond one out first."
"Very well," replied the doctor, tany
way to get them out." And lie pulled.
Before he had time to fix the instru
ment for the other tooth, (the fi r: one;)
Pat had got out of the chair and was
edging towards the door.
"I guess, doctor, I won't have the
first tooth pulled till it aches, and you
told me you would pull the second one
Pat mizzled, anJhe-dotr pocketed
the jokej ad of ti e fee.
SAr., Dns FOUNDE R.-A t the celebra -
then ball in Coldwater, after the dancers
began to "geqt interested" and commenced
calling for T'fast tunes," a couple w~hio
had been particularly industrious, and
wvere very much warmed up by the exer
cise, "hauled off," for a drink.-The lady
dranik immoderately, and the young man,
probably having witnessed the results of
wateiing too freely after "fast driv-ing," in
a voice that could be heard all over the
room, cried out-"Sal don't fou'nder."
The sentitious warning it is said had
the desired effect, and is possible that the
fair one's life was saved by the means.
LESSON IN ARTII3MEIC.-" John, sup
pose I were to shoot at a tree with five
birds on it, and kill three, how n-aiy
wvould 1)e left ?" said a school teccher to
oae of his pupils.
"Three, sir.," replliedh the boy.
"No, two would be left, youi igno
"No they would't, though-the three
shot would be left, and the other two
wvould lbe fliedl au-a."
"'ITake your seat, John."
" WIL you keep an eye on my ho-se
son, while I step in and get a drinik ?"
[ Stranger goes in, gets his dirink, comes
out and finds horse missing.]
"Where is my horse, boy ?"
"He's run'd awvay, sir."
" Didn't I tell you to t.ike care of hinm,
you1 young scaimp ?"
"No, you told me to keep my eye on
him, and I did till lie got clean out o'
" Wipe don't youpu on a clean shirt ?"
said as well the other iiight to his comn
panion ; " then the gilIs will smile upon
fou as they do upon ine."
" Every body can't afford to wear a
clean shirt every day as you can," wias
" Why not?" saidl whliie collar.
"Because," said soiled collir, "every
body's mother is not a wash-woman."
"PA, isn't that mani in what is called
the spring of life ?"
"Why, my son?'
"Because lie looks so very- green."
A co:3-rRY EDIToR, in snpeakingr of a
steamboat, satys-" She has twelve berths
in her ladies' cabin."
" Oh, heavens," exclamimned an old laidy
on reading the ab~ove. " what a squalling
there must have been."
" LrrTL noT, how mauny kinds of fi:~e
are there ?" " Four, sir." Whait are they
cnlled ?" " Wood fire, coal fire, camn tire,
aiid fire away like fury." "'[That will do0;
you may go to the head."
" YoL look as if you were beside your.
elf," as a wag said to a fellow who stood
eside a donkey.
WarY is a very angry man like a clock
at tffty-nine miintes past twelvei
Because he is ready strike one.
Wuty is dancing like new milk ? Be
causen nrouthens the calves.
T IE Undersigned having sold his interest in
the CLOTHING ESTABLISIIMENT,
in Ianburg, to Messrs. SALE & BRowN, would
respectfully inform all persons indebted to him,
either by note or account, that he finds it neces
sary to wind up his business immediately.
Those indebted to me, will please call on Mes
srs. SAuLE & Batows, who are authorized to re
ceipt in my name, and make payment as soon as
In retiring from the concern, I would return my
sincere thanks to my friends for their liberal sup
port, and recommend the new firm of SALS &
IUnows to the confidence of the public.
JOHN K. IORA.
Iamburg, A pril 7, 3mt 12
Co partnersp .i olice.
T HE Un,lersigned having purchased the in
terest of Jonas K. Hor.A, in the
would respectfully informs his friends and the
publie generally, that they have associated them
selves in the CIoihing Business, in Ihamburg,
under the name of SALa & noWN. and will
continue to occupy the old stand of lonA &
Nrway, so long and favorably known to all per
sons visitint- this place.
They would also inform the public that an en
tire new Stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING
is now being received, consisting of every variety
of articles for Spring and Smnmer trade, to
etiher with a superior Stock of
IIATS. C A PS,TRUNKS. BUGGY AND HAND
UMIU:t.LAS, CARPET BAGS, &c., &c.
Call and exanine, for every ehort on our part
will be exerted to sustain the former reputation
osf the House.
W. W. SALE.
CEO. F. BROWN.
ITamburg, April 7, 3m 12
TIIE GREAT SU3IER MEDICINE!
D R. G.UYSOTT'S
IMPROVED EXTRACT OF
Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla
FOR the cure of all diseases or disorders gene
rated by impure blood. Its great success
jusly entitles it to the name of the
Great inericafn Specific.
So far as it is known it is universally apprecia
ted. and many eminent physicians use it daily in
their praetice with the most happy cfTcts, and
certify that it is the best extract im existence, and
the only that
STANDS TIIE TEST OF TIME.
Every year adds to its greatopularity, and mul
tiplies its astonishing cures. The victim of
With supparating glands,htoncy-comhed flesh, and
cries euting into his hones, finds Guysott's Yel
low Dock and Sarsaparilla a baln for his afflie
tions. His horrible torments are assuaged, and
hli: malady not only relieved. but PEIDIANEN-T
It may he safely asserted, from the results of
past experience, that " Dr. Guysott's Extract of
ellow Dock and Sarsaparilla," is, beyond all
MOST WONDERFUL REMEDY ON EARTH
for the rollowing diseases. and all others proceed
ing from VITIATED BLOOD.
Sernfula or King's Evil, Rheumatism. Obstinate
Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Pustule on the
face, Blotehes, Boils, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring
wo-na or Tetter, Scald Head, Enlargement and
P'ains of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn _I!cers,
Sntahiiitic Lumbago, and Dixease aising frnra an
hi'ndicious use of Mercury. Acites or Dropsy.
Exposure. orlmp'rudence in Life, Liver Complaint,
Agne nuIdFiever, Intermiting Fever, Cholera Mor
as. Dvsentery, Diarrbrea. I'lethora of Blood in
the Icid, Piles, Pains in the Back, Sides, Breast
or Loins, and all forms of Muscular, Giandular
and Skin Diseases.
It is a sovereign specific for General Debility,
and the best rentovator for a Broken Constitution.
It braces and re-invigorates every organ,,promotes
activity and regularity in every finction. and pro
dcees that candition of the ivoepysical system,
which is the best security for LIF
Let all whto wvish to purge -the blood from the
impuritiescontracted from the free indulgence ol
the appetite during the winter, and to prepare then
system to RESIST SUMM3ER EPID .1C. tn.
soar Now to "Gtaysott's Extract of Yellow Docka
and Sarsaparilla," whaich is proving itself an anti
dote0 for naany of the most malignant diseases that
fesha is he-ir to. and they will never lhe elisappoinut~dh
lor in this remedy the public faitha hans nev~er wa
vered-never can wave ; for it is fomanded on ex
perience, just as their want of faitha in othter andl
spurious compoundils is also founded in experieance.
They FLY FROM1 MINE RAi NOSTRU31S to
seek htope, life andI vigor froan this
PURELY VEGETABLE RE3MEDY.
Terefore, however broken down in health andl
spirits, htowever loathasomec to hitmself anad onthers,
let no oneo despair of recovery, let thec patientt only
uner;tnd thatt his haope of phlysical restorationl
li:s onl y in Garsor-r's EXTR AeT oF Ealt.ci
DoCe xxu S.5As.trIn.I.A," and ptersnlaeh hitm f a
huis LIFE'S SAKm to try it. ad we have tao buesi
ta i-n in pr~edilin g his speed~y retornltionl to htealth.
As a means of re-gttlating all the funcationst of
WO3IAN'S DELICATE OiGANIZAT[ON,
i has no eqaual in the moateria mtedien . antd at thai
criitl pe-riodl of life, when the fir.-t stnge of lher
decline~ c-ommentCe, its cord ia I ad inv'igora tint
prperties will citable lher to PASS TILlE CNSIsl
PW;'- Nane genntine uinless taut aap itn large hot
t'" (-taatiing a quatt, nal nme of thec Syrupr
lowna in te glass, witha thae writtent signature S.
F. Henm-aata ona the' onttuide w-rapper.
:.g' P iteas $1 per bottle-ar 6 bot tles for $5.
SCOVJL, & 3IEA D,
113 Chlartra-s street, Newv Orleans,
Sle G.eneral Agentis for tile Suthlern States, to
whomt all orders mulst bec adadresed.
Saold he 0. L. PENN, Edluefiaeldl C. HI.: W RD.
LAW &'Oh:NDJY, Ababeville U. i.: P'RAT'T &
.IAE$, Nawherry C. 11.; A. J. CR lG1ITtON,
. C.; hIAVILA ND, RISLEY & CO., Augusta,
June 5 6m 2
f-f\ URLS hat-ge No. 2, M1ACKEREL,
sJ'J 30 [half baarr-els No i
75 Kits, No, I,
50 Ilall hits No 1. For sale lay
Itabiurg, Feb 13 tf 4
3@ B. CHO10ICE STONE TLIME, not
Sslacked, ttn itne order. For snb- by
Hambuthrg, Feb 3, tas 3
L L Persons Id-ted to thte Estate of Tsainha
1.. Black well, dleceensed', are trequeastead to anke
immae-linte paymen'tt tad those* halving (demaandsl
witll prueent themt proplyaV attestaed.
J1A MES IJLACK W E LL, Adm'r.
April 17 1830 tf 13
ITANTED) twoa good SHtOE3MAKERS, ne
T * eustomted to maakinag peggedl work.
RL. Tr. IMSS.
May 22 tf iS
A GOOD) Stock of CITA IRS of dlifyereunt
gnrjatlities, sie, &c. Fo r sale by
Htabrtg, Feb 13 tf 4
30 IIRDS. CUBA 310OLASSES.
1t) " N. Orleans"
Nale by A. RL URNSIDE.
llabuatrg Feb 13 tf 4
LT, personts hiavitng dema~nds against the es
tate ofI nacoh Shibley, deceased, will please
to reder- them in, duly atiested, and thtose owinag
~e sad estate will please to mahe imotediate paiy
nent. SILAS LANIER, A dm'r.
Cum Tcst. annelx.
Sept 1, 160 1y 33
W. OULD respectfully inform their customers
1 and the public generally, that they are
now receiving their SPING 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, Crea
dines and Silk Tissues,
French Muslins a 121 cents.
Plain and Printed Jaconets and Cambries,
New Styles of Printed DeLnines,
Mourning Bareges and Grenadines,
Plain and Printed Laws,
American, English and French Printe,
Linen Poplins. Ginghams, &c., &c.
We have, al-o, an extra assortment of the
latest styles of JEWELRY, which we will sell
cim:.rsa than any other house this side of Char
Our Stock of HATS, BOOTS 4 SHOES,
SADDLERY, GROCERIES, HARD
WARE AND CROCKERY, in ratcE and
QUALITY, will please the most fastidious.
Longmires, March 25, tf 21
AGNEW, FISHER & CO.
NE WBEURY C. U.,
Inporters and Dealers in
GUNS, PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS,
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, J
II0OTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, S
GROCERIES, WINES AND LIQUORS.
r IIE advertisers would respectfully invite the
attention of persons visiting Newberry. to
an examination of their Stock of Goods, which
consists of almost every article in the HARD
WARE, GROCERY 4- DRY GOODS line,
all of which they will sell as CHEAP as the same
article can be purchased in Charleston, with
tranusporation only added.
AGNEW, FISHER & CO. T
No. 2 and 3, Merchant Row,
Tn front of Newberry Court House.
April 17 3m 13
Gra'niteville Cash Store!
T IIE Subscriber respectfully calls 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
SO RTED Stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, SHOES
and nearly every variety of Goods, and is selling
at the Cheapest rates ever known above Char
leston ! Ile buys for CASH and engages to
sell as CiE AP .as Augusta, Hamburg, Aiken,
or any other neigliboring market.
Ladies wishing to buy Bonnets of the latest
style. either trimed or untrimed, will do well to
:xamin his Stock before purchasing elsewhere.
fle is prepared to have Bonnets trimmed in the
latest styles or to order at the sho'test notice.
All who advocate a
CIlEAP CASH SYSTEM
will be sure to save money by giving him a trial.
IT' The high.cat uwrket price will be given for
all sale.ib1i produce in exchange for Goods.
A. B. MULLIGAN..
June 4, tf 20
DR. A. G.,TEAGUE, having
purchased the interest of his
brother, E' ''TEAGUE, dec'd., in
i the,DRUG STOR1E, at Edgeliel.
.C 0II., takes thei method of return
Ljing-histhanks ato their friends and
.the commmii iifor the liberal pat
s. onageo- tbd upon the* firm.
-And -1i . ' 'ierids-ant-t
public gedieia'a that he will con
tinue the Sale of DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.,
at Edgefield C.II.
Uie Ihatters himself that. the experience derived
from fifteen years close application to the qualify
and Compounding of Drugs, as well as in the
administ ration, or reminedial application of the
same, will entitle him to sonme degree of public
confalence in his ability to procure, compound
and furnish his friends and the public with
PURE and UNADULTERATED articles in
IIe will continue to keep for sale all articles
usually kept by Druggists; and pledges himuself
to sell as rLOW, as Drumgs, &c., of the same quality,
ai( reli oldiIambmurg or'Augusta. .
Aceeuts to become due semi-annually: the
1st of Januoarv andl the 1st of July.
I ie is also willing to attenid a smnall practice of
his Professin,, in its varions brnche., viz: The
lPractice of Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and
Oiffice at his Drug Store, where he may al
ways be fonid in the day, exept professionally
ablenit. and at niight after 9 o'clock, at his resi
dece-c-the bate residence of E. F. Teague,idee'd.
Mamrch 27, tf 10
IMillenery and Dress M~aking,
11 S2. NICHIOF4AS takes this mnethiod of itn
L.0.foring the Ladies of Edgefield, .4hmat
she still continues to carryv on the
MILLINER nnd DRESS MAKING
BUSINESS, IN ALL ITS ]R A NCIIES,
at her residence. up-Stnirs above Mr. 11. C.
Hav~x's Store, where she respectfully solicits a
share of patronage.
Malrch 20, tf 9
STATE OF SOUTH'i CAROLINA.
Elijaht Stil! and others,)
Eli::abeth Still and others.
iAnOrCEri hereby given that by virtue of
thscase, I shall selIl at Edgefield Court
Ilonste, on the first Monday in July next, the
folowing mcal cstatte of Joseph Still tde
The Home Tract containing three hun
dredi acres, tmore or less, situated in the Dis- 41
trict and State aforesaid, and adjoiniing laends
of~ nj. Stephens, J. F. Lowrey, Chara' Lam,
drum and otheris.
Also. the Upper part of a Tract of Land,
described in the bill as containing four hun
dred acres, more or less, aind adjoining lands
of John Qimattilebum, George Outz, S. F.1
May, John 13. Unmilton and others. The
sidt Upper part of said Tract of 400 acres,
said to conta~in two hundred and twelve
acres, niore or less.
Also, the Lower part of the above Tract
of Land, described as containing four hun
ired acres, imore or less. Said Lower pa:rt
or Tract said to contain one hundred and
ninety-four neres, more or less.
Snid hinds will lie sold on a credit of T
t welve mnon'hs from the day of sale, except Si
cost wvhiceh must be paid 'eash. l'urchmase ai
money to lbe secured by bond and good tI
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D.
Comnml'rs Ollice, June 4, 1851.
June 5, 5t 20
T L persons haviingdenmands agaist the es
I. tate of John Hlarrison,, deceased, are re
pestedl to hand them to the subscriber, properly
attested, and all those inidebted to the estate are1
equested to amalte paynment.
J AMES M. UTARR TSON. 5,
Sept 3 iSSOAdministraitor. imn
J. M. NEW
WHOLESALE & RF
UNDER TILE UNITED STAT
;%M. NEWBY & CO., have just received
F CLOTIING. Gentlemen in want of C
EST MAT.ERLL. MAKE and FINIt
They also keep a large lot of fine SHIR
g? Call in and sec them.
April 17, 1831.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
X TILT, be found at all times in his Office, at
Edigetield Conrt Hlouse, near the PLAN
[e will attend promptly and strictly to business
G. W. L.ANDRUM
TILTL Practice in th6 Courts of LAW and
' EQUITY for Edgekd and Lexington
Offe in Law Range, Edgefield C. IT.
Jan 16, tf 52
IT. R. SPANN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFTCE the same as heretofore used by
VAumuPLw & SPANN.
February 5, 1851 If 3
W. C. M O. AGNE
TILT Practice In the Courts of LAW and
V EQUITY, in the Districts of Edgefield
Office r.t Edgefield, C. H.
Feb. 13, tf 2
JAMES M. DAY
OF RICIIMOND, VIRGINIA,
Permanently located at Edgefield C
TI., offers his professional services
to the citizens of the Village and
:s vicinity; and will attend to any call he may
ave either in the Village or Country.
All operations warranted.
March 13.1850. tf 8
A. M. PERR1N,
attorney for Collecting Claims for
-BO U NTY -LA ND,
SEReE 01' TiHE TITED STATES.
)fee-Edgefleld C. IT., S. C.
ov 17 - tf 42
' CANDID AT ES
1'or Tax Collector
SA3IPSON Ii. MTAYS,
Wii.T,113T L. PA RKS,
ITENRY IT. J11T].
EL1.T AIT T. R AUCTT.
WELCO3TE 3T A RTIN.
11. F. G.OUDEY,
P. W. BURT.
T1. .J. WIITTl XKER,
HENRY T. WIITT.
WIlSON L. COLE3MAN,
W LlIAM TI. MOSS,
VIRGIL M. WHITE,
TOMT 18 (. i CON,
C A R D).
J'JE Uimlersigned respectfully solicit the at
iteitionr of Country Mercehzants and Planters
hiir very extensive anal well assorted Stock
3 ROCERIES, LIQUORS, &c., &c., cm
0 Ilhas Clarified New Orleans and Museo
00 Pckares Crushedl and Loaf Sugar.
10 Bbs No I andl 2 Clarified Sugar.
00 Bags C' ba, Rio and JTava Coffee,
00 Pieees Dundee Bacgging, (weighing .j to
1] lbs-4 4 to 46 inches.)
0 noaleis H eavy Gunny Uagging.
00 Coils 4 inch Ihemp Rope.
0 ~hs Bacon Sides (Baltimore Curing)
I iao Choiee .shou),lers,
lt do Museovado Mlolasses,
110 Bts New Orleans Syrup,
0 l Rec~tiid Whiskey,
~t0 do N. E. Rum,
0 do Northern Gin,
30 Packages French and Domestie Brandy,
5 do Madleira and Tenn. WVine,
0 do Sweet Malaga Wino,
I Boxes Tobacco (various qualities,)
tt M. Segars, (assorted brands)
)0 Casks London Porter,
)o Boxes Sperm and Adamnantine Candles,
gethter with Soaps, Starch, Raisins, Teas,
es, Canpagne, Cordials, Syrups, Pickles
dall articles usually kept in their line, which
otRr for sale on accommodating terms.
7 Ordert; promptly and faithfully excuted.
SIMMS & NANCE,
No. 1, Ulayno St, Corner Church St.,
Charleston S. C.
June 5, tf 20
Dutch Blolting Cloths~
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
Auc UST, GA.
TAVE received from New York, a supply of
.. Dutch Blolting C LOTHES, Nos. 0, 1, 2,-3,
,7, 8,0 and 10. To which they respectfully
oi othe attention of tho public.
May.. tfa 18
BY & coo
TAIL DEALERS IN
,T BAGS, &c. &c.
ES 110 TEL, AUGUSTA, GEO.
their Stock of SPRING AND SUMMER
OODS in their line, can find them of the
;Hat their Establishmient, under the United
TS, DRAWES, SUSPENDERS, &c.
SH ERIFF'S SALE.
y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias
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 case, viz:
W. 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 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
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. E. 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. Bacon, East by Mrs. Weatherford, South
by Mrs. Blalock, and West. by Sherry Covar.
and on the day following, I will sell at tlhe late
residence of James Coehran, dee'd., 2 Beds
and Furniture and 2 Bedsteads, .10 Chairs,
1 pair Drawers, 1 Side: Board, 2~ Tables.
Shovel and Tengs, I pair Fire Irons. I Clock.
some Cooking Ware, 2 Smoothing Irons and
1Chest levid on as thc ropet fbes
D. WHITE, C.T. D.
June 4, 5t 20
TIHE above reward will be given for the ap
prehension and delivery in any convenient
jail, of TWO NEGROES, the property of the
subscriber, a man and a woman.
The man's namec is AUSTIN, very dark corn
plecte.d, 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 PHTILLIS, copper col
oredl, ehunky, andi about 22 years of age.
The fellow ranaway about two years ago, and
was for ninc mnonths in Augusta, Ga., hirina his
time to diterent persons. It is probable he is
no)w 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
livery of eihecr of the above negrOes.
JO0[1N A. EICIlLEBIERGERI.
Jnn30 tf 0
(1-7 The Aiugusta Constitutionalist will copy
weekly, until notified to the contrary, and for.
ward account to this office.
T HE Subscribers having
engaged in the Carriage
/making and repairing bus~iness
.in Pottersville, near Edge
field Court Iou:, for the ensuing 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 Wheels, Car
rige parts9 and Uodies, of steady moral habits,
none other need apply. Good comfortable build
ings can be procured, convenient to the shop for
men of families or boardling on reasoniable terms.
]HILL~ & WARiDLAW.
N. B.-A good price will be paid for Lunmbr
of good Ash, Oaik, Hickory, and Poplar, of as
sorted dimn'sions. 11. & W.
Nov 2S 18.50 tf 45
"Zn statu quo anto beHum."
Len I her.
O F ALL DESCRIPTIONS, may be had at
the Tannecry for C.wnz.
Also Tanner's andl 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.
R. T. MIMS.
Feb. 0. t f 3
Boarding for Young Ladies.
T HIE Subscriber will accommodate with board
ing, ten or twelve Young Ladies. His
House is roomy and pleasantly situated, conveni
ent to the Female Acadenmies. Parents and
Guardians may be assured that every attention
necessary wvill be paid to Girls committed to his
care. EDMUND PENN.
Jan.1.1851 tf 50
J TD. TIBBETT'S will hereafter sell
s OOTS and SHOES, at the fol
lowing prices, for C A SI O N LY:
Fine Water Proof Boots,.... ....... 9 00
Fine Pump Boots,................8 00
Fine Welted do.......... ....... 7 00
Mn's fine Pump Shoes,........... 3 75
do do Welted do........ ..... 50
do Kip do do ....... 200
Ladies Calf Shoes,.............. 17
do do B~ootee,...............2 00
January!1, 1851. tf 1
N. 0. .eIolasses.
15 BLS. NEW CROP, a superior article, for
0 sae byH. A. KENRICK.
N E W GO O1Di' ,
TILE Subscriber is now re
ceiving a SPLENDID Stock of
SPRING& SUMMER GOODS
CONSISTING o *
Super sup. Back French"Tllsed'
Super sup. Blue Frcneh-Twllled Cloth,,
" " Brown ?
" " Black fi;'d and Doe .kin' CAS
SIM ERS, (a large supply;) "
Fancy Checked DRILLINGS, new styles,
White figured "
Heavy Plain 4
A superior lot of Plain Bilk Silk VES'iTNGS
Fancy fig'd " u 9
White " " "
White Silk Vestings embroa'cd with Animals,
Buff and White Mtarsailes " " ?
" " Valentia " " .
A bea'tiful lot of Fancy Silk CRAVATS
Silk NECK TIES, with embroidered End;,7
A large lot of Black, White, Kid and: Linen,
Also, a good supply of HATS, REAT)Y
MADE COATS, of various kinds, 'SHIRTB
DRAWERS. &c., &e. All of which he wilt
sell Low for Cash or to punctual customers, and
muade ul in a style inferior to none.
March 13 tf
T UTE Subscriber has just received his Stn d
of SPRING AND SUMMER 'GOODS1.
from Charleston, direct importations, -
Rich Silk Dresses,
" " Tissues,
" " fig'd "
" Figured Barages, -
" " Muslins Swiss and Jaconet,.
A fine Lot of Gingham and Muslin Gin
hams, for Ladies Dresses,
Ladies Embroidered Capes, fine woi
Collars, Cufs and Sleeves,
Fine Bonnets, Bonnet, Sash, Neek and
Gloves and Mitts, Kid, Silk, Lisle Thread,
and Sewing Silk,
H A T S.
White and Black Beaver, Moleskin, Panama,
Leghorn, English, Straw and Palm.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Gentlemen's, Ladies and Misses, of -every
A few ready made COATS and VESTS.
Also. GROCERIES, HARDWARE '.and
CROCKERY, all of which will be sold vERT
r.ow, and a liberal discount for CaSH. - -
B. C. BRYAN. -
March 13, if .
WARZ-HOEBE AND CO ISBION
HAMBURG, S.C. -
T HE UNDERSIGNEDhaving formedao
partnership, under the firm-of 4.WALr
K ER & (3..for the. purpose. of .carrying on
the Ware:House and CoiDnisigon
Rosinsess, and having rented the well nown
Ware-House, known as Walker's Ware=House,
and lately occupied by WaEaA &~Co.zz ar'
They tender their services to their friends and
the public in general, and pledge themselves to
use their best oxertions togiye satisfaction to t iose
who may favor them with business.
Fair advances will 'be made on"pr luee in
store. A. W4.L .
Sept 4, 1850. if
S18tock of GROCER , to wie
viate the attention of their friends, one rf
the firm will be found at the Warehons 'a
ker & Bryson, till lst September, wileia they
will open their
on Broad Street next door below the old stan#l
of Adams & Fargo.
B.ELCUER & HIOLLINGSWOIRTH.
Augusta, Aug.21 1850 . if . 31
WyILL POSITiVELY -CURE. Rheumnatismi
1in every stage, Weak Back; Weak Joints,
Bruises, Strains, Swellings, Toothache, Head
ache, Contra'eted Tendons, Lumbago, Painful
Nerves, Spinal Affections, &c., &e. .In fact, -it
is ha;rd to say what kind of pains it will noteure.
It is waIItnrrD to cure the diseases. jame;
or, in ease of failure, the money will be refun'ded.
To persons troubled with CORtNS, this comipound
is particularly recommendled.
Please to read the following commendatory
letter from Judge Ilughes, of Burke eourzty :
ELr:Oons, BURKE Cr., Dec. 22, 1850."
MIR. J. E. MAsnA L,-Dear' Sir: In -compli
ance with your request, I make this simple state
mient of facts. My boy Daniel stuck a thorn-In
l~is foot about the first of last June, -the thorni
wvas extracted, and no more thought of it for 15
or 20O days, his foot then began to swell, and-in a
few dava it was opened. It discharged a large
quantity of mantter. The discharge continued
for eight days. and then ensed. Ihis foot then
re-commenced swelling and extended up his leg,
thigh, and hip, with violent pain. He then bh:
gan to spit from his lungs matter similaf to tiidi
discharged from the abscess on his foot. I th'en
called ini medical aid, and from the remedies us,
he was alternately better and worse for eight or
ten weeks. D~uring this time a'large abseess
f.,rmed upon the hip, the dischai~ge wa-in'
and asi soon as it eased, a general swelling of his
leg, thigha and breast commenced, which was very
hard to the touch, and at times experienced much
difficulty in swallowing. Medical aid seemed of
no furthcr avail, and was discontinued. I then
had recourse to'your "Magical Pain Erdcao.
in f:,rty-cight hours, from 'the time 1 commenped
its use, hisfoot began to soften ; the swelling on
his hip and breast subsided, and I am pleased to
say he is noro cell.
I again used your remedy in a ease of.Neu
ralgia, with great success, givinig immediate re
lief. I have tried it also for Tooth-Ache, with
may youngest child, with entire success.
From the success I have had in the use Of
your " Magical Pain Eradicator," I have no hesi
tation in recommending it to the public.
W. W. HUGHES."
The shove statements of the use of "Marw
shall's Magical Pain Eradicator," -are known by,
me1 to bec true.
(Signed) ANGUS BETHUNE.
None is genuine without the written name of
JT. E. Marshall on each box.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by the pr'oprie
tors W. HI. & J. TURPIN, Augusta, Ga., and
for sale, in this place, on Agency, by
A. G. TEAGUE.
Feb. 13', Gmn
Old Dr. Jacob Townsend'K
Sa r s apanri II n'.
IUST Received 6 dozen; of Old Dr. .Taob
C)Townsend's original compound Syrup of Sar
saparilla, and for sale at the Drug and Chemical
Store of A. G. TEAGUE.
ALL persons having demands sgainli thalEs
Atate of Jacob [ar, dee'd-, will -present
thenm duly attested, and thsidbteYilnmake
Jan30 .J.;* As~ E -'