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THE BUlNT PARSONAGE.
BY W. w. J.
ANo is the house indeed burnt down,
Where God my life did give;
Where I for many a happy year,
With parents kind did live.
Who taught me all those holy truths,
Which now my life sustain;
And led my infant heart to trust
God's pure and sacred name!
'Twas here my tongue first learned to lisp
The dear Redeemer's praise;
And here my mother taught me how
My voice in prayer to raise.
My Father here each night did pray
For blessings on our head ;
And ev'ry morning renderd thanks
That none of us were dead.
Those parents dear, have bid adieu
To this dull scene of strife;
Their spirits pure have gone to dwell
With Christ who is their life.
Two tender sisters here were born,
One brother dear was taught;
To yield obedience to His laws,
Whose blood salvation bought.
That brother now the debt has paid,
Which Adam's sin entail'd,
But joyous is the glorious thought
God's promise has not fail'd.
Those sisters now are in the South,
Far from their early home;
And I, poor abject one, am left
In loneliness to roam.
Dear house, farewell! within thy walls
I ne'er can list' to fervent prayer,
But memory's power shall oft revive,
The holy songs that warbled there.
Then let us all remember well,
We live in houses frail,
Which soon must totter to their fall,
And earth-born treasure fail.
There is a house by God prepar'd,
And mansions ever new,
Where thro' eternity the saints
The Saviour's face shall view.
THE MERRY HEART.
'Tis well to have a merry heart,
However short we stray ;
There's wisdom in a merry heart,
Whate'er the world may say.
rhilosophy may lift its head
And find out many a flaw,
But give me the philosophy,
That's happy with a stiaw.
If life but brings us happiness
It brings us, we are told,
What's hard to buy, though rich ones try,
With all their heaps of gold!
Then laugh away, let others say
Whate'er they will of mirth;
Who laughs the most may truly boast
Ho's .got the wealth of earth.
There's beauty in a merry laugh,
A moral beauty too
It shows the heart's an honest heart
That's paid each man his due;
And lent a share of what's to spare
Despite of wisdom's fears,
And makes the cheek less sorrow speak,
The eye weep fewer tears.
The sun may shroud itself in clouds,
The tempest wrath begin ;
It finds a spark to cheer the dark,
It's sun-light is within!
Then laugh away, let others say
Whate'er they will of miirth;
Who laughs the most may truly boast
Hie's got the wealth of earth !
How Jim Donnellan Oat-traded Uacle
OLD UNCL: BILL Sxow was, and is the
keenest trader in the country. lHe was nev
er known to make a bad bargain. Many a
trap has been laid to catch him, but his ope
rations always turned out so as to add som<.
thing to his pile, and still more to his reputa
Some time since a party of young men
were talking of Uncle Billy's great luck in
this way, and various instances were men
tioned of his extraordinary trades, and his
uniform success. Jim Donnellan at length
off'ered to bet that he would catch him be
fore two days. Of course, that bet was tat
ken as soon as it was proposed, and soon
afterwards Jim left us to make his prepara
tions to win.
The next day w.ias Court day, and Jim and
Mr. Snowv met at the Court House.
" Good morning, Uncle Billy," says Jim,
" all well to-day 1"
"Pretty well, I thank you, Jim, my son."
" Any trading on harrd, this morning ?" en
"Nothing in particular; times is rather
dull just now; people don't trade as they
used to do."
" That's a facet, Uncle Billy," responded'
Jim. "WVell, since nothing better offers,
'sposo you and I make a trade ?"
" No objection in the world, Jim. Go ahead
and let's hear from you."
" Well, Uncle Billy, I have a mare yonder,
that I want to trade for that male of yours
howv will you trade 1"
"I don't know exactly," responded Mr.
Snow, " but as mules are generally consider
ed worth more than horses, and your mare
is getting along in years, I 'spose ten dollars
wouldn't be too much boot would it? Give
moe ten dollars and your mamre, and you may
take the mule."
"Done !" exclaimed Jim, perfectly de
The money was paid over, and the critters
were handed ever to their new masters.-Jim
took his mule home, and that night the beast
lay down and died. This wias a sore blow to
he determined .to save himself. The next
morning found him and Mr. Snow at the
same place, and in conversation as follows
"Uncle Billy," says Jim, "I think you
came the strong game over me, yesterdny, in
that mule of yours. I don't like in so
much this morning as I did yesterday-I
don't think he improves much on acquaint
ance-what'll you take to rue?" (Swap
" Now, Jim, my son," answered Uncle Bil
ly, " I don't want to be hard on you, but you
took me up yesterday at the first hop, and
you know a trade's a trade. But if you are
very anxious to rue I don't care much. Give
me ten dollars more and you may have your
" Uncle Billy, I'll do it," exclaimed Jim, in
great delight. "But only on this condition.
each man must come after and take away his
own beast. I didn't bring my mule along to
day, and I see you didn't ride the mare, so it's
as long as it's broad. I'll give you the ten
dollars now, and I'll go home with you first
and get the mare, and afterwards you can
send, or come for the mule at any time."
" Any way, Jim," replied Mr. Snow.
The money was paid, and Jim and the old
man started. The next day when the same
crowd had met to decide the bet, Jim was
there giving in his experience :s follows:
" The old man and I rode along very cosily
together talking about everything in the
world except our trade. That question I
dodged. I was afraid to open my lips until
I got my mare safe. At last we reached the
old fellow's house, and he said to me, as we
entered the yard-" Jim, my son, there is
your mare-you can take her away with
you." And boys d-m me, if there wan't
the old mare, lying in the yard, as dead as a
door nail. Tie infernal cuss had died the
same night with the mule !"
WHY is a woman's tongue like a planet?
Because nothing short of the power that
created it, is able to stop it in its course.
The man who perpetrated the above co
nundrum has left for California. le was
pursued by forty women, and forty broom
sticks were picked up in the harbor after the
vessel left, having been aimed at the villain's
head. but unfortunately missed the mark.
A SKINFLINT.--" John," said a careful
father, "don't give Cousin Simon's horses
too many oats: you know they have hay."
" Yes sir," said John, moving towards the
"And hark ye, John-don't give them too
much hay: you know they have oats."
HARD DETNKING.-An Irishman being re
quested to define hard drinking, said "it was
sitting on a rock and sipping cold water."
TuE WIFE of a black man had presented
her husband with male twin children. Meet
ing a friend Sambo was asked if they looked
like each other. " Yes, by golly," replied he,
" so much alike that you can't tell thorn apam t,
As honest dame in the town of--, stand
ing beside the corpse of her deceased hus
band, bewailing in piteous tone his untimely
departure, observed, "It is a pity lhe's dead,
for his teeth are as good as ever they were."
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias
to mec di:-ected, I shall procecud to sell at
Edgefieldl Court H-ouse, on the first MIonday
in September next, the following property in
the following case, viz:
iLeonardl Subnler, Agent, vs. J. II. Castle.
berry ; MIatheny & Bewily vs. The Same,
one house and lot in the Town of I lamnburg.
knowni as the "- Hotel," adjoining lots
of Ri. M. Owens and others, fronting on
Centre Stree.t and running baick to Cobb
WXade Glover vs Martha 0. Kimblrell, the
tract of land wvhere the defendamnts lives, ad
joining lands of~ John Marsh and others.
WVilli:un Ihams, jr. Survivors vs. Charles
B. Carter, the interest of the defendant, in
the tract of land where'on lisk mother lives,
containing one thousaind, (1000) acres, adjoin
ing lands of John WVise, Mary Hightower,
L.1L. Mundy vs. WV. Freemain. W. S. Ccoth
ran vs. G. WV. Christi:,u aind W. Freeman,
one sorrell ball face mule.
WV. G. Russell vs. Benjamin Baird, one
negro girl Harriet.
Matheny and Bewly vs. M. L. Gearty, one
negro man Joe. Terms Camsh.
S. C11iSTIE, S. E. D.
August 9th 1851 4te 30
STATE OF SOUTH'I CAROLINA.
Whitfield Brooks, et. at.
B)Y virtue of an Execution in this case, I
I)shall proceed to sell at Edgetield Court
Hlouse on the first Monday in Sept ember next,
seven acres of land, bounded North by Thos.
G. Bacon, East by Mrs. Weatherford, South
by Mrs. Blalock, and Wecst by Sherry Covar,
and on the day following, I will sell at the
late residence of James Cochran, deceased,
2 Beds and Furniture and 2 Bedsteads, 10
Chairs, I pair Drawers, I Side Board, 2 Ta
bles, Shovel and Tongs, I pair Fire Irons, I
Clock, some Crockery Ware, 2 Smoothing
[ronis and 1 Chest, levied on as the property
of James Cochran. T1ermis Cas~h.
D. WhITE, C. E. D.
Aug. 1-1, ___3t __ 30
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
BY JOHN HLL,Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Jas. C. Smyley hath applied to
me for Letters of Administration, on all and
singular the goods and chattles, rights and
-redits of Dan. C. Smyley, late of the Dis
trict aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
ll and singular, the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased, to be and appear before me
t our next Ordinary's Court for the said Dis
trict, to be holden at Edgefield Court House
on the 1st day of Sept. next, to show cause
f any, why the said administration should not
Given under my hand and seal, this the 15th
day of Aug. in the year of our Lord one
housand eight hundred and fifty-one, and in
he seventy-fifth year of American Indepen
ence. JOHN HILL, o. F.. D.
A ug 21 31 1
Edgefield Female Institute.
T 1110 T'U8TP-ES of thi. Institution, have
the pleasure of annourcing to the public,
that they have engaged F its Principal, the Rev.
ClARLES A. RAYMOND, under whose
care and superintendence it will be opened about
the middle of September next. It the mican
time the buildings will be much enlarged, and
every arrangement made fur the accommodation
of a large number of pupils.
The Trustees are anxions to establish a Fe
male Institution, which shall command the confi
dence and secure the patronage of the communi
ty at large.
The most undoubted testimonials of the suc
cess and competency of Mr. RAvasoxn as a Teach
er have been furnished ; and they do not hesi
tate to recommend him and the Institution to
the support and entire confidence of the public.
Mrs. RAv:OND Will have charge of the Musi
cal Department, and is eminently qualified for
its duties. For the details the Trustees refer to
the printed circular of the Pri icipal.
N. L. GRIFFIN.
EDMUND PENN, 5
S. F. GOODE,
R. T. MIMIS. i
Edgefield C. 11., June 16, 1851. tf 2p
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSA, CHRONIC OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM
A Disordered Liver or Stomach, such as Con
stipation, Inward Piles, Fullness or Blood
to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach. Nau
sea, 1eart-hurn, Disgust for Food, Fullness
or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations,
Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the Slom
ach. Smimming at the Head, Hurried and
Difficult Brcething, Fluttering at the Heart,
Choking or Suffocating sensations when in a
lying posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or
Webs before the Sight, Ferer and dull pain
in the Itead, Defciency or Perspiration, Yel
lowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, <-c., Burning in
the Flesh, Sudden Flushes of Heat. Con
stant Inaginings of Evil and Great Depres
sion or Spirits, can be eflectually cured by
CELEBRATED GERMIAN BITTERS
DR. C. 131. JACKSON,
AT TILE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
T IIEIR power over the above diseases is not
excelled-if equalled-by any other prepara
tion in the United States, as the cures attest, in
many cases after skilful physicians had failed.
Tiese Bitters are worthy the attention of inva
lids. Possessing great virtues in the rectification
of diseases of the Liver and lesser glanads, exer
cising the most searching powers in weakness and
affections of the digestive organs, they are withal,
safe certain and pleasant.
Read and be Convinced!
The editor of the " BosToN BEE," said, Decem
ber 22nd, 1850:
Dn. HloortNxn's CrLFnnATED GFnaTAN BIT
Trits for the eure of Liver Coinplaint, Jaundice,
Dyspepsia, Chronic or Nervous Debility, is deser
vedly tine of the most popular medicines of the
day. These Bitters have been used by thouisands,
and a freind at our elbow says he has himself re
ceived an effectual and permanent eure of Liver
Complaint from the use of this remedy. We are
convinced that, in the use of these Bitters, the pa
tient constantly gain strength and vigor-a fact
worthy of great consideration. They are pleasant
in taste and smell, and can be used by persons
with the most delicate stomachs with safety, un
der any circumstances. We are speaking from
experience, and to the afflicted we advise their use.
" Sco's WEEELY," one of the best Literary
papers published, said,
"Dr. HooFLAND's GEaRSAN BITTERs, manu
factured by Dr. Jackson, are now recommended
by seime of the most prominent members of the
faculty as an article of much efficacy in cases of
female weakness. As stucht is the ease, we would
advise all mothers to obtain a bottle, and thus save
themselves mutch sickness. Personts of debilitated
constitutions will flid these Bitters advantageous
to their healtht, as we know from experience the
salutary effect they have upon week systems."
The " PnILADEV.PI SA~er nnAY GAZETTE,"
the best family newspaper published in the United
States, says, of these valuable Bitters:
"It is seldom that we recommendl whlat are
termed Patent Mediciines, to the confidence and
Patronage of our readers; anal therefore when wve
recommnend Dr. Hionfland's G;erman Bitters, we
wisht it to be distinctly understood that we arc not
speaking of the nostrumis of the dlay, that are
noised about faor a brief p'eriodl and then forgotten
after they have done their guilty race of miscrhief,
hut of a medliaine long established. universalir~
prizedl, anal which has met the hearty approval of
the faculty itself."
Evidence upon evidence has been received tlike
the foregoing) from all sections of the Union. ithe
last three years. atnd the s'ro'ngest testimony in its
favor, is, that there is more of it usedl in the prac
lice of the regutlar Physicians of Phiadelpahia,
thtan all othter nostrnms colnhined. a fact that can
e.asily be established, and fully proving that a sci
entilie preparation will meet with their quiet ap
proval when presented even in this form.
That thtis tmedicine will cure Liver Complaint
and Dyspeprii, nto one can doubt after using it as
directed. It acts specifically upon the staomach
anal liver; it is preferable to calioel in all bitious
d'sases-thae efhect is imnmedhiate. 'They can be
adlministeredl to female or infant with safety and
reliaibe benefit at atny tone."
Beware of Counterfeiters !
TIhi.< medlicine hasa attained that high chtaracetcr
which is necessary for all medicines to attain to
iiduce counterfeiters to put forth spurious articles
at the risk of the lives of those who are innocent
ly deceived.. .
Lcou weLL TO TIlE MARKS oP THtE GENUINE.
They have the written signature of C. M. JA CK
SON ttpon the wrapper, anal his name blowna in
the bottle, ,cithout ,rhaicha they are .spuariouas.
For sale Wholesale and Retail at the " German
Medicine Store." No. 120 Arch street, one dooir
belowv tixt, l'hiiladelphia; and by respectable
dealers generally through the cotmotry.
To enable all classes of invalids to enjoy the
advantagtes of their great restorative powers.
SINGLE BOTTLE 75 CENTs.
For sale, on agency, as Edgefield C. IL. hy
G. L. PENN.
_August 21, ly____ 31
STATE OF SOUTHl CAROLINA.
B Y JOHN IIlLL, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
WVhereats, D. L. iBussey, hats applied to mec
for Letters of Adinitstration, ont all andit sin
gnhtr the goods and chat tles, rights attd credl
its of Jane Qnarles, late of theo District
Thtese aro therefore, to cite atnd admonish
all and~ singular, the kindred and creditors of
thte said deceased, to be and atppeatr hefore me,
at our~ next Ordinnry's Court for the said Dis
ti-ct, to be holden at Edgefiteld Court House,
on the 1st day of September next, to show
euse, if any, wvhy the said Admitistration
should not be gratntedl.
Given tunder my hatnd and seal, this the
18th any of Aug, in the year of ottr Lord
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one
and in the seventy-fifth year of Atmerican In
depenenceJOIIN IIILL, o. E. D.
Aug. 14. 1851 2t 31
A PPLTCATION will be miade to the Legisla
~ .turecoft ths State at its ne'xt Session, fur a
tew Road from Samnuel Ste :en's on the Martin
Town, Roadl in Edlgefiehl Distriet, to intersect the
newv cut road at Capt. RI. R. Tulbert's in A bbe
July. 31 tf 28
A Ca rdf.
I BEG leave respectfully to inform the citizen.
of Edgefield, Village and Country, that I havi
commenced a MERCANTILE BUSINESS ir
the house situated between Mr. BRYAn's Stori
and the Court House.
My STOCK, consisting of all the varietiec
usually found in a Village Retail Store, has beer
recently purchased in Charleston, from Housei
that import their Goods,principally, direct fron
Europe. And I flatter -myself, that an ex
perience of five years in an Importing and Job
bing House in Charleston, together wvith othei
facilities, has enabled me to get a STOCK o
GOODS. that will, in point of -TLE and PRICE
compare favorably with any Establishment in th<
place. Persons wishing to purchase Goods foi
CAsH or on a credit until first of January next
will loose nothing by giving me a call.
A small share of patronage is earnestlysolicited
Edgefield C. H., Mar 17,J851. tf 9
Staple Dry Goods!
SNOWDEN &j HEAR,
H AVE now in Store alarge supply of STA
LPLE DRY GOODS, suitable for Fainil'
and Plantation use. Among which are
Superior 12-4 Linen Sheetings, and Pillow Cast
Superior 4-4 Irish Linens and Long Lawns,
Superior 8-4 and 10-4 Table and Damask Dia
8-4. 10-4, 12-4,16-4, and 20-4 Damask Tablh
Cloths and Damask Napkins.
Superior Bird's Eve and Scotch Diapers.
Heavy HTuckabucks, and Plain Crequillas, fo
Plain White and Fancy Colored Furniture Dimi
ties, and Cotton Fringes,
Plain Linen Ginghams, Toil De Tnde, and Pop
lins, for Ladies' Travelling Dresses,
Ladies and Gentlemen's Hosiery, of superioi
style and quality,
Superior Water-Twist, New York Mills, an
Framo Yarn Bleached Shirtings,
12-4 Bleached and Brown Sheetings, of the bes
Superior Pawtucket. Merrimack, and Atlanti<
Nlills Brown Sheetings,
Augusta and Graniteville Brown Shectings ani
Heavy Cotton Osnaburgs, Georgia Stripes an<
Apron Checks, and superior Amoskeag A. C
Superior White Gauze and Welch Flannels,
White Marseilles Quilts, of superior styles an'
A large supply of Tngrain, Three Ply, Brussels
and Tapestry Carpets,
With a great variety of other articles, to whicl
they very respectfully invite the attention of thi
June26 tf 23
Ladies' Mourning Goods,
SNOWDEN & SHEAR.
H AVE received from New York. a larg
supply of Goods for MOURNING, amon,
Lupin's superior Black Bombazines,
Superior Black Alpaceas,. of the best style an
Superior English Black and. White Prints an
Plain Black Silk Grenadines and Black Bareges
Black Marquisse and Plain Black Crape D
Black Grenadine and Love Shawls, and Blacl
To which they respectfully invite the atten
tion of the public.
June 26 t23
SNOWDEN & SHEAR
A UG USTA, GA.
H AVE now on hand, a beautiful supply
L ADIES DRESS GOODS, among whiec
French Printed Jacenets, of new and beautifi
Rich Embroidered and Fancy Colored Grea
dines, of the latest styles,
White Dotted swiss Muslin~s for Ladies' Dreasse
Rich Embroidered Colored Muslins and Fane;
Superior White and Colored Grenadine, an
Ladies' Worked Lace and Muslin Sleeves,
Ladies' French Worked Muslin Chiimasetts, Col
lars and Sleeves,
Ladies' White Lace Searfs and Mantillns,
Ladies' French Worked Muslin Mantillns,
Ladies' Tiem-stich Riviere and French Lawl
With a great variety of other articles, to whic
they resp)etfully invite the attention of the ladiei
June 20 tf 23
WARE~-HOUSE AND CO1MMISSIOI
IIAMBUTRG, S. C.
U3 lE UND)ERSIGNE Dhaving r,med a en
Mprtnership, un~der the firmi of A. WVAL
K ER & CO., for the purpose of enrrying o
the WVar'e-Hous~e and Cosnisg sioi
Businmess, and having rented the well know
Ware-House, known as Walker's Ware-lHous<
and lately occupied by W~aLK.2a & Cor.E3IA,
They tender their services to their friends an
thec pu'blic in general, and pledge them~selv'est
use their best exertions to give satisfaction to thos
who miay favor themi with business.
Fair advances will be miade on pr:oduce i
store. A . W A L dR.
D. L~. ADAMS.
Sept 4. 1850. tf 34
BEZ.0EER & BOLZ.INGHWORT:E
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
A RE nowv reeiving a large and well selecte
Stock of GROCERIES, to whieh they in
vite the attentiori of their friends, one or both~ c
the firm will be found at the Warehouse of Wal
ker & Bryson, till 1st September, when they
will open their
on TBroad Street next door below the old stani
of Aanms & Fargo.
BELCHER & T[OLLINGSWORTTH.
A ugusta, Aug. 2118 0 tf 3-i
FI~IILl 8t ones for Sale.
IfTUE Snbscribe-r, living on Cloud's Creek
Krespectfully info'rms the p~ublie ihat lie is
now engaged at in the MtILL STrONE CUT
TING BUSINESS, and will be prepared at th<
shortest notice to fill any order that may come iri
his line of business. The Stones are of the besi
quality, and the Workmanship warranted to b<
inferior to none in the State.
For further information address the Subseri
er at Leesville, Lexington, S. C.
GEORGE E. TIENDY.
T Eld!!RXes.--Maj. ISAAC BoLEs, C. J. Grwo
Ea and AMnae. Wurr-rr.
June 5 3m 20
ALTL Persons are warned against trading fot
La Note made payable to Theophilus Hill
or hearer, for about fiye hundred and eighty-five
ollars, by the Subscriber as principal and JIames~
1. Richardson surety. It was given in Janua
ry, and 'will be due the 25th December next, but
its consideration having proved inadequate, I
shall resist its paymnent.
J,,,e 1, 1851. tf 29
For Tax Collector
HENRY H. HILL.
ELT.1ATI T. RAUCIT.
B. F. GOUDEY,
F. W. BURT.
SAMPSON B. MAYS,
L. A. BROOKS.
WILLIAM L. PARKS,
THOMAS W. LANTITA5.
THOMAS J. DYSON,
WTLSON L. COLEMAN,
WILLIA1 H. MOSS,
VIRGIL 31. WHITE.
HENRY T. WRIGHT,
THOMAS G. BACON.
H. R. SPANN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE the same as heretoforo used by
WAnDLAW & SPANN.
Februnry 5, 1851 tf 3
W. C. M O R A GNIE
W ILL Practice In the Courts of LAW and
EQUITY, in the Districts of Edgefield
Office at Edgefield, C. 11.
Feb. 13, tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILT, be found at all times in his Office, at
Edgefield Court House, near the PLAN
He will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov.14 tf 51
G. W. LANDIRUM
W ILL Practice in the Courts of LAW and
EQUITY for Edgefikd and Lexington
Office in Law Range, Edgefield C. H.
Jan 16, tf 52
JAMES M. DAY
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Permanently located at Edgefleld C
II., offers his professional services
to the citizens of the Village and
its vicinity ; and will attend to any call be may
have cither in the Village or Country.
All operations warranted.
March 13.1850. tf 8
Attorney for Collecting Claims for
e BOUNTY LAND,
Fta TiosE WITO 1AVE BEEN ENGAGRD IN THE
SERVICE OF TnE UNITED STATES.
Office-Edgefleld C. I., S. C.
Nov 17 tf 42
-N EW G OO DS.
T HE ubsciberhas just received his Stock
ofRING AND SUMM1ER GOODS,
from Charleston. direct importations,
Rich Silk Dresses,
f " "Tissues,
[) " " fl'd "
" Figured Bhtancs, ws n Jent
1 " " MuslinswisndJcet
A fine Lot of Gingham and Muslin Gin
b amns, for Ladies Dresses,
Ladies Embroidered Capes, fine workcd
4Collars, CuTh nd Sleeves,
V Fine Bonnets, Bonnet, Sash, Neck and
Gloves and Mitts, Kid, Silk, Lisle Thread,
and Sewing Silk,
PrT A T.
White and Blnek Beaver, Moleskin, Panama,
- Leghorn, English. Straw and Palm.
P00TS AND ,SHOES.
Gentlemen's, Ladies and Misses, of every
'A few renulv made COATS ni YESTS.
Also. GROCERIES. HARD fWAR E and
iCROCKERY. all of which wvilIl be sold VERY
-Lrow, and a liberal discount for Cash.
B. C. URYAN.
March 13, tf 8
R, i, FULLER & 00.
A RE NOW ofllering their patrons ,na the
?publ ic an opportunity of saving a GRE AT
D)EA L OF MlON IEY by calling on them and
exaiing~i their beautiful selection of
rwhich they will sell at a very smnalL advance
, abore cost'. Being desirous of closing on~t their
present Stock preparatory to laying in their Fall
1 Gioods, all those wishingr to avail themselves of
a this rare chane of buying Gloods at almost their
e own priee, will find it to their advantage by cal
ling n us - R M. FITTTER,
J. E. LEWIS.
N. IL. CilASE.
Longnmres, S. C., JTuly 7, 4t 25
CNew Commission House,
HIAMBUROG, S. C.
r~HE Undrsigned having b~een engngeed in a
U GENER1AL COMMISSION and FAC
TOR AG E B USINESfor the hastfifteen years,
in this place, takes pleasure itn informing his old
customers andl the pubbe generally that lie has
opecned a House to transact said business in all
its various branches.
From the long experience he has had in this
business, enables binm toa say in confidence, that
he will do0 as weell for those who pattroinise him 1i
I any other U~onse in the United Slates or Cali
fornia, and1 that no effort shall be left untried, on
his part, to do nETTn~.
Consignments of COTTON andl all other sre
eies of produce, as well as MEllCIIAND)IZE
for the Country wvill have his individlual and per
sonal attention. for whlich, lie hopes, his labor
may be beneficial both to his constinents .and
A. M. BENSON.
A pril 1, 1831. Gm 12
.T D. TTillBETTS will hereafter eel
e.BOOTS and SIIOES, at the fol
lowing prices. for C A S I1 O N L Y :
Fine Water Proof Boots,....... $9) 00
Fine Piup Boots,................ S 00
Fine Welted do.......... ....... 7 00
MenI's fine Pump Shoes,...........a .a7
do do Welted do........ ....3 50
do Kip do do............ 200
Ladies Calf Shoes,................1 75
do do Thootees,...............2 00
January 1, 1851. tf 1
I S HEREBY given that the reward of $50,
..for the recovery of the runaway boy LUKE,
is no longer off'ered.
G. W. GARMANY.
THE Subscriber is now re
ceiving a PLENDID Stcck of
SPRING& SUMMER GOODS
uper sup. Back French Twilled
Super sup. Blue French Twilled Cloth,
" " Brown
" " Black flg'd and Doe Skin CAS
SME RS, (a large supply,)
Fancy Checked DRILLING , new styles,
White tignred "
Heavy Plain 4
A superior lot of Plain Bl'k Silk VESTINGS,
Fancy fig'd " "
White " " 9"
White Silk Vestings embroi'ed with Animals,
Buff and White Marsailes " " "
" " Valentia " " "
A beautiful lot of Fancy Silk CRAVATS,
Silk NECK TIES, with embroidered Ends,
A large lot of Black, White, Kid and Linen
Also, a good supply of IATS, READY
MADE COATS. of various kinds, ShIRTS.
DRAWERS. &c., &c. All of which he will
sell Low for Cash or to punctual customers, and
made up in a style inferior to none.
March 13 tf 8
Granilevillc Cash Store!
T flE Subscriber respectfully calls the atten
tion of farmers and the community gene
rally to his Store in Graniteville. where he ktcps
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
leston! Ile buys for CAS1I and engages to
aell as ChlEAP as Angusta, Ihamburg, Aiken,
or any other neighboring market.
Ladies wishing to buy Bonnets of the latest
style, either trimed or untrimed, will do well to
examine his Stock before purchasing elsewhere.
He is prepared to have Bonnets. trinined in the
latest styles or to order at the shortest notice.
All who advocate a
CIIEAP 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
State of South Carolina,
To all and singular the Managers of the
General Elections, for the several Districts
of the State of South Carolina:
W 11EREAS the Legislature of South Carn
lina, at its late session, did pass an Act
to provide for the Election of members to a
Southern Congress; and whereas said act re
quires the ,Executive authority to issue writs of
election to the Managers of Elections: I do
hereby require you and each of you, after giving
legal notiee, and being duly qualified, to proceed
to hold an election on'the second Monday of Oc
tober next, and the~ day following, for two Depu
ties to represeit your respective Congressional
Districts ; and aftor having determined on per
sons duly. eleted, you will certify to the sanme
according to law, to the Governor, for the time
Gi'ven under my hand and the seal of the
State, in Columbia, this, the I.st day of June, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and fifty-one. . MA ,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
W. F. A a-run, deputy See'y of State.
Jtine 20 14t 23
Jaundwie, Sick Head-achec, Diaine's. Loss of
A ppetite, Constipation of the Boweels, Piles,
caused by Costiveness, Pain in the Bowcels,
or Rheumatism, caused lay thec use of Mercu
r-n. Sy philin. Scrofula, Boils, Ulcers, 4-c.
T H K PREPAR ATION is madteas pure as pos
. sile, Its hitter taste. antd beneficial efheets
in diseases or the Liver. an1 diseases nrisin-r frotm
an itmpure state of the Blood. pr~ove it to be the
PUlREST AND MIOST USEFUL
preparation of Sarsaparilla that is made.
Thtose whon have utsed the various preparations
of Sarseaparilla will find, by the taste and efTer,
that there is more Sarsaparilla in one bottle of D~r.
Darcsns' preparation. than in half a dozen bottles
as it is getterally made.
Its alterative and mnildly purgative efl:cts upon
te bowels, make it not only a goodl stubstitte for
Merury.,ut uscful in removing all diseases arising
from the tmprutdent use of Mercurv.
Prepared only by J. DENNIS, 31l. D., Augusta,
Soil by A. G. TF.Aaua and 0. L. PExY. Edge
field C. II.: P. Ml. (CotrEx and CAn rt & Cotjrre
ataa. Charleston; TloAvwartuT & Mtr and F.
Cuais. Columbtia: A. .J. CaEmGHTvoN. llambutrg;
Wn. F. Terr-r, D. B. Pr.u~mn. HIavrLAYo & Rts
Lzv, W. F. & J. TuarrN', W. K. KaTciras, Bian
nRTT & CARtTER, Augusta, Geo., and by Drug
Price-St pier bottle: 6 bottle for 6".
R henmember to ask for DENNIS' GEOR
Jumne 26. 1851 tf 23
TR IIE abtove reward will be given for thte ap
Iprehension and delivery in any cotnvenient.
jai, of TWO NEGROEIS, the property of the
suscribter, a man nntd a wonmn.
Thte mant's natme is A USTIN, very dark com
pleted, has one of htis ttpper frontt teeth out, five
feet eight or teni inches hight, and weighs neatr
two hundred pounds.
Thte Wottan's name is PIllLLIJS, copper col
ored, ehtunky, and abotut 22 years of age.
rTe fello.w ranaway about two years ago, and
was for nine months in Augusta, Ga., hiring his
tie to dilI~erent persons. It is probable hte is
now in that place, as when last heard from, hte
was tmaking his way in that direction.
Hlalf thme ntbove reward will be given for the de
livery of either of the above negroes.
JOIIN A. EIC11LEDERGERI.
Jan 30 tf
0T The Augusta Constittutionalist will copy
weekly, until ntotified to. the contrary, and for.
ward aecounit to this office.
Boarding for Young Ladies.
T IIE Suhscriber will accommodate with board
ing, ten or twelve Young Ladies. II is
Iouse is roomy and pleasatntly situated, conveni
ent to the Female Academies. Parents and
Guardians may be assured that every attention
ecessary will be paid to Girls cotmmitted to his
care. EDM1UND PENN.
Ja. 1.1851 tf 50
Old DP;. JaCob Townsend's
S aras ap ar ill a.
UST Received 6 dozen of Old Dr. .Tacob
~.Tonsnd's original enmnpottnd Syrup of Sar
aparilla, antd for sale at the Drug anid Chtemical
Store of A. (1. TE AG UE. I
Mz., ma tf 15
ORDER No. 7.
BUCKHEAD, Jux 1, 185Y.
TTE Officers and Sergeants of the following
Brigades, will Emcamnp, and the- following
Regiments will P'arade for Review and .Drill,a,
such times as herein stated, viz:
The Officers and Sergeants of the-10th Brigade
of Infantry,and the 10th Regiment of Cavalry,will
assemble at such place as the Brigadier General
of Infantry may select, on Monday, the 14th day
of July next. and encamp "full five days," com
mencing at 12 o'clock, M.
The loth Regiment of Infantry, will Paride ar
Richardson's. on Tuesday, the 22dof July next.
The 7th Regiment of Infantry, will Parade at
the Old WellP, on Thursday the 24th of July.
The 9th Regiment of Infantry. will Parade at
Low's, on Saturday, the 2Gth of July.
The Officers and Sergeants of the 2d Brigade of
Infantr, and the 2d Regiment of Cavalry, will
assemble at such place af the Brigadier Generalof
Infantry may direct, on Monday, the 28th of July
next, and Encamp "full five days," commencing
t 12 o'clock. 1.
The 2d Rceiment of Cavalry, will Parade at the
place selected for the Encampment, on Saturday,
the 2d of AuTust next.
The Rth Regiment of Infantry, will Parade at
Morrow's Old Field, on Tuesday, the 6th of A
pzest next. .
The 6th Reciment of Infantry, will Parade at
Lomax's. on Thursdar. the 7th df August.
The 4th Regiment of Infantry, will Parade at its
asual Parade'Ground, on Saturday the 9th Aus't.
The 42d Regiment of Infantry, will Parade il
Minton's. on Tuesday. the 12th of August.
The 2.1 Regiment of Infantry, will Parade
Hall's, on Thuraday, the 14th of August.
The 6th Regiment of Infantry, will Parade, at
unter's. on Saturday, the 16th of August. ,
The Officers anl Sergeants of the let Brigade of
Infantry, and 1st Regiment of Cavalry, will as
emble at Pickensville, on Monday, the 18th of
August. and Encamp "full five days," commene-4
ing at 12 o'clock, M.
The 1st Regiment of Cavalry, will Parade a
Pickenvville. on Satqtrday, the 23d of Au
The 31 Rergiment of Infantry, 'wille
Toney's Old Store, on Tuesday, the ' . ugust
The 1st Regiment of Infantry, I
Britotn's, on Thursday, the 28th August
The Officers and Sergeants of the 9t 6i
infantry, and the 9th Regiment of MRill
aisremble at Gorney's Old Field, near.i
Springs, on Monday, the ]at September neit,,anl
Encamp "full five days," commencing at 12
o'clock. M. . " ,
The Officers and Sergeants of the 6th BrMId
of Infantry, and 6th Regiment of Cavalr, will asi
'emble at Yongue's, on Monday, the 1 of. Sep
tember, and Encamp " full five days," com
in at 12 o'clock. M.
The Commissioned and non-Commissioned.AOf
icers of the Regiments ordered for Review, wil
assemble the day previous, at the place bf n
dezvnus. of their respective Regiments,.for'Drill
The Review of each Regiment will taka place
at 12 o'clock. M. -
The Maj. Generals and Brigadier Generals,will,
with their Staff, attend the Encampments and Re
views, in their respective command.
The Brigadier Generals are chadaf withiu
extension of this order.
Complete returns of each Brigade, inelpig,
fective and Alarm men, and specifying' -th 1um1
her of public and private aims nPI'
made by the Brigadier Generals to the. A .ta.t
and Inspector General, before thest day ..Oto
her next. -.
The Aids-de-Camp of the Comm V
residing in the diviions, where Ene=
Reviews are ordered, are especially d iiect'it.
tend him, and other aids, ith whom ltmayjbe
convenient. are requested to.join.hbi at suh .
places as suits them. -
By order of the Commender-in-elef. -
. 3. WV. CNE~
June 19, 13t 22 ^Adj. ai~~~,
THE GREAT SUMMER MEDICU~.t
D R. GUYSOTTM Mr
IMPROVED EXTRACT OB
Yellow Dock and Sarsapih
ORthuere of all diseases or disorder. gene
ratd b imureblood. Its great success
Greate .D'meicanu Speci Ne.
So far as it is known it is universally apprecia
ted, awtl many eminent physicians use it daily ins
their prnetice with the most happy effects, and
crtify that it is the best extract in existence, and
the only that
STANDS THE TEST OF TIE.
Every year adds to its great popularity, and mid
tiplies its astonishing (curea. The victim of
With supparating glands,honey-combed flesh, and
criesJ eating into l~is bones, finds Guysott's Yel
low Dock and Sarsaparilla a balm for -his afflic
tions. Ilis horrible torments are assuaged, and
his maladyi notonly relieved, but PERMANENT
It may he safe'lv asserted. from the results, of
past experien~ce. that " Dr. Guysott's Extract of
Yllow Dock and Sarsaparilla," Is, beyoad all
MOST WONDERFUL REMEDYou E ARTH *
or the rollowing diseases, and all others proceed
ng from VITIATE.D BLOOD.
Se'roftula or lKing's Evil, Rheumatism, Obetinate
Citaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Pustule on the
face. Blotcee, Boils. Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring
worm or Tette'r. Scold Head, Enlargement and
Pain' of the Thones and Joints, Stubborn UIcers,
Sphiliic Lunmbago. nnd Diseases arising from an
njdicious use of Mercury, Acites or Dropsy,
Exposure. or Imprudence in Life, Liver Complaint,
A gt' nnd Fever, Itntermaiting Fever, Cholera Kor
bus. Dysentery. Diarrhrea, Plethora of Blood in
the Hetad. Piles. Pains in the Back, Sides, ifreast
or Loina. and all forms of Muscular, Glandular
and Skint Di'en-'es.
It is a sovereiirn specific for General Debility,
annd the hi."' reniovator for a Broken Constitution..
It braces anJ re-inviporates even' organ, promotes
activity tand r.-.gularity in every function, and pro
iuces t'h:u c.-iihion of the wvhole physical 7stem,
whihi is the best seccurity for LONG LIFE ?.
Let all who wish to puirge the blood fr-om the
imp'uriies contracted from the free indulgence of
the appetite durine the winter, and to prepare the
wtetm to R ESIST SUMMER EPIDEMICS, ax
ton-r zcow to "Guiesott's Extract of Yellow Dock
andl Sarsapuarilla,"'which is proving itself an anti
:lote for mniny of the most malignant diseases that
Flesh is he.ir to, and they will never be disappointed;
rir in this reedy the public faith has never wa
ere-never cani wave ; for it is founded on ex
periec. just as their wvant of faith in other and
sprtius (cmpoundls ii also founded in experience.
lhey FLY FROM 31INERAL NOSTRUMS to
ieeli hope, life and vigor from this
PURELY VEGETABLE REMEDY.
Therefore, however broken down in health and
pirits, however loathsome to himself and others,
let no one despair of recovery, let the patient only
onuersandl that his hope of physical restoration
lies only in " Guysov's EXvaACv or YELI.OW
~ocK Ant S~tnsarantitLL.A," and persuade him for
his LIES SA KE to try it, and we have no hesi
tation in predictng his speedy restoration to health.
As a means of reinlating all the functions of
WOMAN'S DEd~CATE ORGANIZATION,
it has no equal in the materia mnedica, and at that
ritical period of life, when the first stage of her
leeline commences, its cordial and mnvigoraun
~rrties' will enable hier to PASS THlE CRISIS
rgf None genuine unless put up in large bot
.les ontiniing a quart, and name of the Syrup
.,lown in the glass. wvith the wvritten signature S.
P. Bennett on the outside wrapper.
7 PatcE, $1 per bottler 6 bottles for *5
SCOVIL & MEAD,
113 Chartres street. New Orleans,
3le General Agents for the Southern States, to
vhom all orders must be addresed.
Sold by 0. L. PENN, Edgefield C. I. :'WA RD
[.AW &'DENDY, Abbeville C. I.; PRATTw &
FA MES, Newherry C. IT.: A. J. CREIGHTON,
t. C.: IIAVIL AND, RISLEY& CO., Augusta,
Jute 5 6ma 20
.V. 0. .WIolasses.
g LS E CROP, a ueirarticle, for
hlasnieug by 3 t. A.KN 3K