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(7 The following touching stanzas are froi
the pen of Wolfe, author of the burial of S
John Moore. They were written soon after t
death of a beloved wife:
If I had thought thou could'st have died,
I might not weep for thee ;
But I forgot when by thy side,
That thou could'st mortal be:
It never through my mind had past,
The time would e'er be o'er,
That I on thee should look my last,
And thou should'st smile no more!
And still upon that face I look,
And think t'will smile again;
And still the thought I cannot brook
That I must look in vain:
But when I speak, thou dost not say
What thou ne'er left'st unsaid;
And then I feel, as well I may,
Dear Mary ! thou art dead:
If thou could'st stay, c'en as thou art,
All cold and all serene,
I still might press thy silent heart,
And where thy smiles have been;
While e'en thy chill, bleak corse I lave,
Thou seemest still mine own;
But as I lay thee in the grave,
I feel I am alone!
I do not think, where'er thou art,
Thou hast forgotten me i
And I, perhaps, may soothe this heart
In thinking, too, of thee;
Yet there was round thee such a dawn
Of light ne'er seen before,
As fancy never could have drawn,
And noever can restore!
RISE EARLY IN THE MORN.
Would you behold the loveliest sight,
That ever man beheld,
More lovely than the gems of night,
When coulds are all dispell'd
Yes, would you view the rising sun
The earth and sky adorn,
And see his journey just begun 7
" Rise early in the morn."
Would you behold the joyous earth,
All dripping bright with dew,
As fresh and glad as when its birth
Iailed the Almighty's view ?
Would you inhale the odors sweet,
On morning zephers borne:
Or taste wild Nature's purest treat !
" Rise early in the morn."
Would you, like yon proud forest tree,
Be healthy strong and great,
And feel your heart beat strong and free,
Your spirits all elate ;
In short-oh! would you be a man,
And not of men the scorn ?
Adopt this simple, surest plan
" Rise early in the morn."
Lecture to Bachelors.
The editor of the Evansville Journm
retired fromt his editorial sanctum a shoa
time sinc'e on a visit to another Stat'
and while absent took unto himself
charming wife. On his return bomne, an
in resuming the conduct of his paper, li
In announcing the fact ,of our retur
home with a rib, we cannot refrain rroi
expressing our profound disgust of bael
elorism and bachelors-and we expet
to be disgusted with both for sever:
weeks. We are wvell aware that in tim(
gone by we occasionally made ourselvt
ridiculous in the eyes of sensible imen bi
upholding the bachelor stato as the oni
life of happiness, independence and.eartl
ly glory. But we were young and gree
thmen, and of course knew but one side<
the subject. Nowv stand ttp here, yo
" consarned" ugly " pieters" of humanit
rejoicing in tihe names of bachelors, an
answer us a fewv questions.
What are you fit for in this world
What good are you doing your country
What are you doing for posterity ? Wh:
interest have you in the "generation
yet unborn," you read of? Where wi
you be when old mecn, if your vile habit
ever permit you to arrive at a good age
Won't you be like lonely, seared an
seathed trees standing in a big elearin
without a campanion, and your life ut
protected from the frosts by young saj
lings and shrups at your feet ? Or won
you be like pumpkins in a corn flekm
more prominent because of your prodig
ous ugliness and loneliness, than th
stalks at your side laden with golde
grain? Hold your heads up and tal
like men, whether you can act so or not
Nowv, don't yout feel ashamed of youi
selves? Look at the girls about yet
all smiles and sugar-hearts overfiowin
with love ready to be spilled on the firm
good fellow that can touch their syn
pathies-feeling rich as cream, whie
by a kindred spirit can soon be worke
into butter, and spread over your life ti
you are happy as the birds of sprini
Look at 'em, and feel the disgusted pos
tion which you occupy in the cabbag
garden of humanity. What are yc
holding back for ? Now just reform-pt
on your best looks and your other coa
visit the girls, ice cream them,italk I
them prettily, drive them, wvalk then
please them-thea propose, get accep
ed, marry, and the country will rely o
you as a faithful and wvell disposed citizei
DECEIVING CIH[LDREN.-Dr. B. wm
called to visit a sick boy twelve years<
age. As he entered the house, the moti
er took him aside, and told hinm si
could not get her boy to take any med
eine unless she deceived him.
"IWell, then-," said Dr. B.. " I s
not give him any. He is old enough I
be reasoned with."
He wvent to the boy, and after exam
nation said to him, my little man ye
are very sick andl you must take sorm
medicine. It wvill taste badly and malk
you feel badly for a while, and then
expect it will make you feel better."
The doctor prepared the medicim
and the boy took it like a man, without
the least resistance; and said he would
take from his mother any thing that the
n physician had prescribed; but he would
take nothing else from her. She had so
often deceived him, and told him "it
Swas good when she gave him medicines,
and he would not trust to any thing she
said." But he saw at once that Dr. B.
was telling him the truth, and trusted him;
he knew when he took the bitter draught,
just what to expect. .
This simple incident contains instruc
tion of deep and solemn importance, de
serving the careful consideration of every
parent. " Honesty," with children as
well as with others and in all circumstan
ces, " is the best policy."-Visitor.
CUTTINGS.-Now is the time to put in
cuttings; almost every tree or shrub will
grow from a cutting, if proper care and
pears, apples, peaches and cherries from
cuttings, and nearly every variety of
flowering bush grow from cuttings plan
ted in October. The soil for cuttings
should be mellow and rich, rich in vege
table matter, and as cool as possible.
The great advantage of October planting
is in the roots forming in the fall and
winter, thereby giving the plant a vigor
ous start in the spring, enabling it to
brave the heat of the summer. Cuttings
should be placed in the ground horizon
tally, with but two buds above the sur
face, and the butt end of the cutting
should always rest against the solid
earth; the roots are surer to radiate from
the base, and once having taken hold,
will be likely to live. Lovers of fruits
and flowers, try cuttings in October.
-Soil of the South.
OLD IRA'S PRAYER.-The Elmira
Daily Karlon. under the head of remark
able prayers, publishes the following of
an old negro, well known in and about
Suffield, Mass, by the name of "Ira."
The old fellow was frequently employed
in playing the violin for daices in and
about the town, and when returning one
dark stormy night from a country " frolic,"
his boat in crossing the river became
nearly swamped, and in his struggle to
right her lie lost both oars, and as last
expedient he determined to do a thing
which lie had never attempted before,
which was to pray, and dropping on his
knees, lie exclaimed-" Oh! mass Lord
God ! if evaih ye gwine to help ole Ira,
now is de time!"
JEFFERSON's I TEN PRACTICAr RLES
OF LwFE-l. Never put off till to-morrow
what can he done to-day.
2. Never trouble others to do what
you can do yourself.
3. Never spend money before you have
, 4. Never buy what you do not want,
because it is cheap.
5. Pride costs as much as hunger,
thirst, and cold.
: 6. We never repent of eating too little.
7. Nothing is troublesome that we do
8.t How much pain those evils cost
Sus that never happen.
a' 9. Take these things by their smooth
e 10 When angry, ahvays count tein be
fore you spjeak.
Tu EIoHIT 01F IMuPUDENCE.-A
young spark wvho boarded at one of our
principal hotels, managed for a long time
b~hy one artifice or aniother, to postpone
Lthe payment of his bill. At last the land
s~ lord became quite impatient, and stepping
sup to his juyvenile boarder, slapped him
Y gently on the shoulder. and asked him for
Ysomne money. " I have not a red cent
about me at presenit," was thin laconmic
Sreply. "' But, my dear sir," said the land
~lord, "I camnnot afford to keep a boarding
Shouse without being paid." "Well, d--n
V it," exclaimed our young philosopher, " if
you cannot afford it, sell out to some oiie
that can !"-San Fraincisco Paper.
? " SEE THEN wHO'LL JIE INvITED"-lt
.t is the custonm, as we learn from an es
s teemed friend, in all pairts of Scotland, to
i send invitationis, wvhen a (heath occurs in
s a family, to all the neighbors to attend
? the funeral. On one occasion, a neigh
d bor w~as omitted by the bereaved family,
in the usual invitation, a feud having arisen
-between them. On the day of the fune
-ral, while the people were assembling, the
t slighted " auld wife" stood in her (oor
I, and watched the gathering. At length,
i. unable to bear up under her bereavement
e any longer, she exclaimed
n " Aweel! awveel! wve'll hia'e a corpse
k o' our aim house some day !-see theni
? who'll be invited."
A rADr one night at party wias much
Sannoyed b~y the impertinent remarks of a
coxcomb who sat near her; at length be
coming tiredl and vexed, she turnedl to
him with an angry countenance, and
" Be pleased sir, to cease your unbe
The fellowv was astonished at so sud
den a rebuke, and could only reply:
C" Pray, Miss do not eat me."
u mB i no fear," she replied, " I am a
0 A MARRIED genitleman, every time he
' met the father of his wvife, complained to
Shim of the ugly temper and disposition
n of his daughter. At last upon one occa
- sion, the old gentleman, becoming weary
of the grumblings of his son-in-law, ex
s claimed-" You are right, she is an i
pertinent jade, and if I hear any more
Scomplaints of her, I will disinherit her."
e The husband made no more complaints.
"A RE sister Sal and Nance resourFces pa?
U "No, my son. WVhy do you ask that
" Because I heard uncle' Josh say if
i- you would only husbandc your resources,
u that you'd get along a great deal better
o than you do, that's all, pa."
e " Jemmina, my dear, ain't there some
I thing the matter with our child. I fear
that all ain't right with the poor dear thing.
, Do see, my dear."
For Tax Collector
SAMPSON B. MAYS,
L. A. BROOKS,
WILLIA31 L. PARKS,
HENRY if. HILL,
ELIJAH T. RAUCH. Si
JOHN QUATTLEBUM, r
B. F. GOUDEY,
F. W. BURT.
JOHN HILL, Al
THOMAS W. LANHAM. sol
THOMAS J. DYSON, IV
WESLEY BODIE, pri
WILSON L. COLEMAN,
WILLIAM I. MOSS,
HENRY T. WRIGHT, g
THOMAS 0. BACON, of
PETER QUATTLEBUM, ex
THOMAS P. MAGRATH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And Solicitor in Equity. pri
OFFICE AT HAMBURG, S. C. an
Sept. 18, tf 35
H. R. SPA NN,
ATTORNEY A T LAW,
OFFICE the same as heretofore used by L
VAntDLAW & SPANN. an,
February 5, 1851 tf 3
W. C- MORAGN E
W ILL Practice In the Courts of LAW and _
EQUITY, in the Districts of Edgefield
Office at Edgefield, C.. .
Feb. 13,1t 2
JOSEPH ABNEY, am
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
STILL be found at all times in his Office, at .
X'VEdgefield Counrt Ifouse, near the P.A,
le will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov.14 tf 51 &
G. W. LANDRUM
W ILL Practice in ths Courts of LAW and
EQUITY for Edgeki;d and Lexington
Olice in Law Range, Edgeficld C. ii.
Jan 16, tf 52 fay
JAMES M. DAY
Rmrzreaam Me~moa -
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Permanently located at EdgefieM C
H1., irers his professional services ,
to the citizens of the Village and dic
its vicinaity; and will attend to any call he may
have either in the Village or Country.
All operations warranted.
March 13, 1850. tt 8
A. M. E'ERRIN,
Attorney for Collecting Claims for bo
BOUNTY LAND, tie
Fa -rnOSE who hAvE DEEN ENGAGED JD THlE
SErSICE OF THlE UNITED STATES.
Offee-Edgefield C. TI., S. C.
Nov 17 tf 42
FACTORS & COMMISSION '
Office on Adger's North Wharf,
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
AMES ADOER, JAS. ADGER, JR
ROUT. ADGERl. E. L. ADA3MS,
Charleston, Sept. 15, 6m 35 an
GIBBS & MYcCORD,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION
3MCI-rOSH S-r., AUGUS-TA, GA.,
C ONTINUES the above business in all its
branches, at their
Fire Proof Building,
mad solicit a share of patronage from the people
f Southa Carolina.
O)rders for BAGGING, ROPE, &c., &c.,
wi.1 he filed at the lowest prices.4
Cash advancs miade on produce in Store.
TIIOS. F. GIBBS, re
Sept 15 Gim 35
s Y A RIDS pretty Chene Mus-1
lins at 10 cents per yard,
5,000 yards pretty Chene Muslins, Madder Le
colors, 12.5 eents per yard, Cit
10 bales Brown Hlomespun, 65 ets. pr. yd. ste
5 cases white do. 6.i do ,
5 " blue, bluff'-striped and plaid Home -
spun, 10 cents per yard,
I ease A pron Cheeks, 10 a 12 ets pr yd.
2 cases Cottonades, for pants, 12 to 23 -
vents per yard, E
300 pieces white, pink, blue, green and or- 1
ange Mos'1uitto Netting, 75 ets to $1.
100 pece 12--t Lace Netting,
Georgia-striped Osnaburgs ad Hlomespuns,
t Factor's prices, just received at
290 Broad-street, Augusta, Ga.
June 12 tf 21 J
R, N. FULLER & CO., qu
SRE NOW offering their patrons and the
6 pulie an opportunity of saving a GR EA T _
JEAr, OF MONE~Y by calling on thema and
exaining their beautiful selection of
Susnmuer Goods I
which they will sell at a very small advance
hare cost. Being desirous of closing out their ,
present Stock preparatory to laying in their Fall -
ods, all those wishing to avail themselves of
this rare chance of buying Goods at almost their
own price, will find it to their advantage by cal- (
mg on us.
R. M. FULLER,
J. E. LEWIS,
N. II. CI1ASE.
L om gm ires, S. C., July 7, 4t 25
Plantation Brogans! I
P ''IE attention of Planters is called to the -
Factory over Mr. LoD UrILL's Store, where
of the above description are made. Orders for .
ny qjuantity will be filled promptly. r
A fine assortment of UPP ER,' !ARNESSSt
nd SOLE LE AT HER on hand. etc
R. T. MIMS.
Aug 21 if 31 -
I3BLS. CHOICE STONE LIME, not
0N .7slacked, in fine order. For sale by
11. A. KENRICK
olesale & Retail Druggists
NEWBERRY, S. C.
~ EEP constantly on hand a gencral assort
. ment of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
irgical Instruments, Perfunme
y, Window Glass, Glass-Ware,
FANCY ARTICLES, &c.
-A LI9 O
Waers in Fine Wines, Liquors, Se
gars, Chewing Tobacco, kc,
I of which they propose to sell upon as rea
able terms as any house in the State.
Physicians, Planters and Dealers are earnest
invited to call and examine our Stock and
ces before purchasing elsewlicre.
August 21, 6m 31
) R. A. G. TEAGUE having removed his
Store to the North side of the Public
uare, in the same building and next door to
. J. Lyo-4Ns Merchant Tailor Establishment.
pectfully invites the attention of the citizens
the Village and surrounding country to an
imination of'his Stock.
Edgefield C. H., July 10, tf 25
IRESH and Genuine Drugs. Chemicals, &c.,
pureiased under the supervision of the Pro
ctor, all of the most reputable nostrums, &c.,
I for salie at the Drug Store of
A. G. TEAGUE.
uly 1'0 tf 25
Oils and White Lead.
LARGE supply of Linseed, Pure Sperm,
L Whale, Train, Neetsfoot, Castor, Sweet,
I Olive Oil, &c.
lso, a good supply of White Lead, pure and
ra, for sale at the Drug Store of
A. G. TEAGUE.
July TO tf 25
Putty and Glass.
N hand an excellent lot of Putty,
Also, an extensive assortment of Coach
i Window Glass, of various and assorted sizes,
I for sale atthe Drug Store of
A. G. TEAGUE.
fuly 10 tf 25
LAR6E supply of Alcohol, 80 and 5
L percant.-Spts. Turpentine, Etherial Oil,
., for sale at the Drug Store of
A. G. TEAGUE.
July 10 tf 25
Physicians Shop Furniture, Se,
L ARGE and well selected lot. Also Medi.
cal Chests with necessary furniture fur
nilies, Medical Saddle Bags, &c., just received,
a for sale at the Drug Store of
A. G. TEAGUE.
July 10 tf 25
'UST received a large lot of Trusses. Utero
Abdominal Supporters, Mrs. Bettis's for La
s, and for sale at the Drug store of
A. G. TEAG UE.
'Tuly 10 tf 25
FINE assortment of Colognes, Extracts.
L Perfoined Sachets, Toilet Cas'es, PuiT' in
xe, Pearl Powder, white and pink; Cosime
s, &e., &e., for sale at the Drug store of
A. G. TEAGUE.
nul10 tf 25
Toilet Soaps, kc.
UST received, some of the finest Fancy Toi
let Soaps, ever offered in this market,
lo. Transparent, Pink. Orange and Lemon
ash Balls, for sale at the Drne store of
A. G. TE AGUE.
July 10 tf 25
Brushes ! Brushes !!
Li ARGE supply of Tooth, Flesh, Nail, Uat
Land Hand Brushes. of a superior quality,
Also a variety of Paint and Varnishi Bruslies
Blenders, Tanner's Scrubbing and Oiling
shes, &c., &e., for sale at the Drug Store of
A. G. TEAGUE.
July 10 if 25
ints for Water Colors, Pencils, &c,
STORE a good assortment of Painits for
Wa'ter Colors, iin boxes and by the Cake,
Camels and Sable hair Pencils, Bristol Board,
. &., for sale at the Drug Stoire of
A. G. TEAGUE.
July 10 tf 25
Fancy Note Paper, &c.
LARGE and handsomte variety of Faney
LNote Paper, Envelopes, S.lottos. &e., just
:eived and for sale at the Druxe store of
A. G. TEAGUP.
July 10 tf 25
UST received a superior lot of Candies, com,
mon and fmne, Sugar Plumbs, Mint 1 )rotps,
mon Sugar, Sugar Cands nssorted, Prunes,
ron, Figs, Almonds, &c..for sale at the Drug
rof A. G. TE AG UE.
July 10 tf 25
Spice, Tea, kc.
GOOD) supply of Spice, Pelpper, Cloves.
L Nutmegs, Mace, Ginger, and a variety of
tracts for tlavoring,
o Yung Hyson and Black Teas, Cocoa,
., for sale at the Drug store of
July 10 tf 23
Tobacco, Segars, &c.
*UST received a sup~ply of excellent Chewincr
Trobcco. Also, Cut Tobacco, of a fine
lity, Segars, Snuff, &e., for sale at thec Drug
re of A.. G. TEAGUE.
July 10 tf 25
ALLOW, Sperm, Adamantine and Wax,
for sale at the Drug store of
A. G. TEAGUE.
uly 10 tf 25
I LASS LAMPS, Lanters, Thermometers,
R &., for sale at the Drag store of
A. G. TEAGUE.
July 10 tf 25
ED and White Clover, Blue Grass, &c., for
u. sale at the Drug store of
A. 0. TEAGUE.
Jtly 10 tf 25
Genuine Tinctures, Syrups, &c.
MNTURES, Ointments, Syrups, Distilled
and Medicated Waters, prepared by the pro
tor in strict accordance with the United
te Dispensatory, and for sale at the Drug
e of A. G. TEAGUE.
July 10 tf 25
'BOXES TURPENTINE SOA'P,
i 0 oxsVariegated do
Cases Chinese Washing Fluid. For sale
HI. A. KE&NRICK.
THE MOST POPULAR
OF THE AGE:
Used by Physicians of 111gh Slantling.
These BITTF.ItS remove all morbid secretions,
puirily the blood, give great tone and vigor to the
digestive organs, fortify the system against all future
disease. can be taken with safety, at no time debili
tating the patient-being grateful to the most deli.
cato stotrach, and remarkable for their cheering,
invigorating, strengthening, and restorative proper.
ties, and an invaluable and sure remedy for
DYSPEPSIA IN ITS WORST FORMSs
Also, Liver Complaints, Jaundice. Ileartburr,. Cos.
tiveness, Faintness, Disorders of the Skin aid Liver,
Loss of Appetite, Low Spirits, Nervous Headache,
Giddiness, Palpitation of the Heart, Sinking and Full
ness of Weight at the Stomach, and all other diseases
caused by an impure state of the blood, liver, etc,
which tend to debilitate and weaken the system.
Who suffer from a morbid and unnatural condition
will find this Mledicine of
In ALI. casrii of GENERAL DEDLITY, this Mledi
eine ACTS LIKE A CIIARM !
Have tested its ellicacy, andi thousands more are now
mider treatment; and not one solitary case of failutre
ha..ret been reported. Volumes could be fillet: with
ertificates of those who have been permanently
Call on the Agent, and get a PA1lPHLET,
Containing the Certificatv5 of Rtemarkable I'ures, and
the high estimation in which this Medicine is held
by thet'e'blic Press-can be had of the Agents. free
Sold by all the Genuine Medicine Depots in the
se Price 50 Cents per Large Bottle.
Principal Ottice. 112 FULTON ST., N. Y., up stairs
For sale at Edgefiehl C. IT.. by
A. G. TEAGUE, AGENT.
Sept. 4 ly 33
THE Subscriber is now re
ceiving a SPLENDID Stock of
SPRtING& SUMMER GOODS
Super sup. Back French Twilled
Super sup. I1tiu French Twilled Cloth,
S" Blrown e"
" " l'ictk i'dand DoMe Skin CAS
Sill EIIS. (a hirtne supplly')
Fancy Cheecked Ui l ,LIN (S, siew styles,
'White figured "4
Heavy l'1i "4
A superior lot of Plain 111'k Silk VESTINGS,
Buat'and Wh'lite \larsaile's ""
" Vdetcia " "i ''
A beautiful lot of' Faney Silk CR AV ATS,
ilk N lECl TIES, withI emblroidiered Ends,
A larg' l.>t uit Black, White, Kid and Linen
Also, a goo stpply of TIAT\S, TREADY
A IDE C( .\TS, of vaiicns kinds, SIlIlitTPS.
R.\ Elis. &c.. ki. .\ll ohf which he will
ell1 r.ow fir Cacsh iir to* pun n.:cal customliers, and
nadeilL up in a style inferlior to cone.
Marcht 1) tf S
I1uinIctr;, S. C.
.l'T E Uni.lirsieed haviing taken the above~*
.2.llotel. knowvn as I innuaL's o~ld .ptand, andl
late lhe W~3. Kirt'Ai, wou tld respiect fuilly solicit
the pltrona:1e ofi the friends5 of the aboveie Hitel,
mdc~ thei punh!ie generazlly'. Thecy pielhe them
selves to atsi.rd as ,oo a teccnnodhations as is
with encttiely ) EW !urnre eof every descrip
Per'sons trave'lling ti andl fromu ITambuitri will
inl Cacrriatges and1 lin!Zi,'d, alvays reatdy to
oner them to the 1llamhuarg Dep?1ot, and also.
to the'Georgia I 1Wet, free of I ebiarge.
Trilos. 1 f. TI R ENT, Virginia,
ISA A C S.\lhl , Albbeville, S. C.
Ananst 21 um31
[r-' The~ .\bb"ville ' aner, and Taurensville
-erald, will pleatse ei for ti m->iths. and for
ivad aicounit to T. & S.
Granitevi2ne Cashi .etore!
T1 i Subscriber respecftfully calls the atten
ti'.n of' farmcers and the commnuntity gene
rally to his Stoire in G rainiteville, where' he ke.eps
on'istntly ont hanud a iN W an..'id WE.LL. .AS
ORTEDU~l Stoek cf
DRY (;:0OUS. (ROrERIES~. SIhOES
BONN ETS, RIBBONS,
n nearly every' variety of Goods, and is selling
at t he Chteapest rates crer k:noen albore Char
e cc/un! 1 e hunvs fo C A~I[ andsi enlgates teo
ll as~ Cl lEA l''as A ugusta. Ibuiuburg, Aikens,
or any other' neighcboring ma~rket.
Ldlie's wishing te, buy liinnets of the latest
stvle, eithter trimted! eer nuittrimed'il. will dio well to
ximie his Stoik biefore putrchasinig elsewhiere'.
lie is prep ared toe have Boe ets trinined ini lie
latest styles or' to iorder at the sh~ortest notice.
\l who advoecate a
CilEAP CASH SYSTEMI
ill be stirs' to savie money hy giv'ing him a triacl.
(a-r The highlest miarket price will lie given for
all saleable produce in exchantce fotr Goods.
A. B. M1UL LIG AN.
June4 t1, f 20
- - E bv rewrdwil b dgve for the ap -
1.prehencsiein and idelivery' ini any convenient
jal, of TWO NEGROES, the property of the
bsriberii, a moan and a wonmn.
The man's name is A USTIN, very dark corn
pctet, has one of his tupper' front teeth out, five
feet eight or' ten inches high, and we'iglhs near
two hutndred poundsis.
The Womc~an''s name is PIILLIS, copper eol
red, chunky, and about 2:2 years of age.
The fellow ranaway abeout two years ago, and
was for nine mconths in Auigusta, Ga.. hiiring his
titme to dlill'erent pesos it is probablle lhe is
now in that place, ais when last heard from, lie
was maezking his way in that dlirection.
H all' the absove reward wsilIlibe given for the de
ivry of either of the abovie ne'aroes.
JOHN A. EICilLEBERGER.
an 0f tfS
ai The Auguista Constitutionalist wiill copy
eekly, until notifiedl to the contrary, and for
ivard account to this ciflice.
) RitLSEhy CROP, a superiorfartlile, for
Llnsao e b 3 .A.KE RIK
3acon, Salt, Bagging & Nails,
HE Subscriber has now on hand and will
be receiving his usual good supply of
onsisting in part of the following articles,
0,0100 lbs. prime Baltimore BACON SIDES, j
0,000 lbs1 Baltimore HAMS and SHOUL- .l
4.000 lbs prime LARD,
1,500 Sacks Liverpool SA L T, t
10 Sacks good Blown SA LT. th
100 Bales heavy 45 & 41 inch GUNNY ?
BAGGIN 0, ti
40 Pieces 44A and 45 inch DUNDEE BAG
250 Coils prime half inch Russia and Ken- til
500 lbs BALING TWINE,
1,000 Kegs Cut NAILS, well assorted, inclu- c
ding 4 to 6 inch SPIKES, which Ivill I?
be sold low. i
100 Bags fine Rio and Old WIte COFFEE hi
25 llhds choice family SUGARS, L
20 Bbils " Crushed, Loaf and Powder- pr
ed SUGAR, Y
50 Boxes Sperm, Adamantine and Hull's c
25 Boxes SOAP, Jackson's Brand.
5,000 lbs Extra and pure WHITE LEAD, in
20 Bbis Linseed, Train and choice Lamp
Xn assortment of 8 by 10. 10 by 12, 12 by 1.1 fa
and 12 by 18 WINDOW GLASS,
Also, Putty, Feathers, Starch. Cotton Cards. &c c
Xku, prime Northern FLOUR, RICE, &C. If
A good assortment of Curled Maple Cane b
4eat parlor CIIAIRS. and high back Reekingt ti
11d Sewing CHAIRS, 1
LConmmon wood seat CHAIRS, a
Children's high and low seat "
k good.1 supply of high and low post Bedsteads a
ind Matrasses, Iron and Urass bount Buckets.
[ron bound Well-Buckets, Wash Tubs, Foot
rlubs, &c. &e.
Willow Waggons, Cradles, Churns, &c.
A large assortment of Men's and Ladies Sad
lies, Wagmgon Whips, Bridles, &e. s
3.000 lbs Sole Leather, assorted, d3maged, a
god damaged, and good. 41
1,500 pair Coarse Brogans, a prime article, 1i
A good assortment of Blankets and Negro r
Cloths will be reeeived in due season. For sale '
ay JOSIAll SIBLEY.
lIamlurg.Sept. 5. 1851. 21m 34 -
rf Thie Greenville Mountaineer, Abbeville s
Banner, Pendleton Messenger. Laurensville Jer
Lid and Erskine Miscellany will please insert four i
times. J. S.
T IE Subscribers continue to carry on the
Wlsolesale aid Retail iGroce- I
ry Busines, at their old stand, just above
the Globe llotel, and within a few steps of the
Warehouse of 3l essrs. G. WALKn. & :OY.
They beg to inform the Planters and familiest
in South Carolina that they are now receiving <l
their Fall supply of
HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERES,
which they will sell on the most reasonable
terms. They now olrer for sale
100 Bales 46 Inch GUNNY CLOTH,
500 Coils A Inch Kentucky ROPE.
50 Ulhds. New Orleans and Muscovalo
200 Bags Prime Rio, Laquira and Java
50 TUhds. Cuba MOLASSES.
100 Blts. Crushed. Ground and Granu
25 Chestsu and half Chests choice TEAS
100 Bbis. Iliram Smith and Baltinore
100 Boxes Sperm. Adamantine and Tal
300 Kegs Cut NAILS. all sizes,
75 Boxes TOBIACCO. various qualities.
53,000 Lbs. HAMS, SIDES, and S110OUL
1,500 Sacks Liverpool SA LT.
T.,.tther with, SPI('ES. P'ICKLES. PRYE
S E RVES. SEG A RS. amnd all articles usually
kept ini thme best Grocery houses.
lU Goods for our Planter Friends will be dec-i
livered at any pioint in] Haumburg, free of ebarge.
J. R. & W. M1. DOW.
A ugusta, A ug. 20, t6m :1 l
New Family Grocery!
S. E. BOWERS,
Al the corner opposite Robinson's liardhcare Store
andt fronlumg thec Amnerican~ lfite,
llimflnen, S. C.
P)ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and
b the public generally, that lhe has enied a
Necw Grocery Store,
where lie will keep constantly on hand, a choice
stock of FAMILY GROC ERIES. GL>ASS
AND CROCKERY WARE, wvhiceh v.-ll be
sold at thme lowest market p~ries.
Thme pulic are earnestly solicited to call andl
exmine my stock before buying elsewhere. antd
'vey e'xertionl on my part, will be ade to satis
those that call.
There is now in Store a large supply Sugars,
CoIIees, Teas, M1olasses, Syrups, Wines. Lignor.
Porter, Mus.tard, Pepper, Spices, Ginger. Nut
mnegs. Cloves, Rice, Flour, Bacon, Lard. Cheese.
Butter, Tobacco, Segars, Snutf, Powder, Shot,
Lead, Lamop and Paint Oils.
Aso, Tubs, Buckets, Churns. Brooms, Brush
es, Blacking, &c.
Also, 20,0001 lhs choice BACON SIDES, and
2,000 lbs .John Fitch & Son EXTRAi lhA31S.
A ugust 7, tf ____21
T IE [Udersignied respectfully solicit thme at
tention of Country 3lerehanmts and Planters
to their very extensive andmu well assortedl Stock
o GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &c., &c., comii
40 llhds Clarilled New Orleans and Museo
300 Pacekaiges Crumshed and Loaf Sugar.
1.50 Bbls No 1 and 2 Claritied Sugar.
1010 Bags Cuba, Rio and ,lava Coffeec,
41000 Picecs Dundee Bagging, (weighing .j to
1.j lbs-44 to 46I inches.)
100 Bales Heavy Gunny Bagging.
1010 Coils .4 inich Hemp Rope.
500 Ulhds Bacon Sides (Baltimore Curing)
1)0 doi Choice Shoulders,
100 do Museovado Alolasses,
1110 Blbis New Orleans Syrup,
120 do Rectified Whiskey,
300 do N. E. Rum,
100) do Northern Gin,
200 Packages Fr'inch and IDomestie Brandy,
150 do Miaaeira and Tenn. Wine,
100 do Sweet Malaga Wine,
10 Boxes Tobacco (various qualities,)
300 M. Segars. (assorted brands)
50 Casks London Porter,
300 Boxes Sperm and Adanmantine Candles,
Together with Soaps, Starch, Raisins. Teas,
Spices, Champagne. Cordials, Syrups, Pickles
aid all articles usually kept in their line, which
thcy offer. for sale on accommodatinig termis.
Uar Orders promptly and faithfully executed.
SIMMS & NANCE,
No. 1, Hlayne St, Corner Church St.,
Charleston S. C.
June 5, tf 20
Lard, Bacon and Hams.
T HE Subscriber has in Store a lot of superior
IHAMS. BACON AND LARD, and will
continue to receive through the season a supply
to meet the wants of his customiers. lie respect
fully requests all who may come to the Village
to purltse the above articles, to give him a call
before hi :yinig elsewhere.L.rN ,AE .
G. L EEAET
Junl- A if 9
IHE GREAT SUMMER MEDICINE!
IMPROVED EXTRACT OF*
ellow Dock and Sarsaparilla
30R the cure of all diseases or disorders gene
rated by impure blood. Its great succesw
stly entitles it to the name of the
ireat .rinerican Specific
So far as it is known it is universally apprecia
1. and many eminent physicians use it daily ain
eir practice with the most happy effects, anu
rtifv that it is the best extract in existence, and
e orilv that
9T ANDS THlE TEST OF TIME.
Every year adds to its great popularity, and mnl]
)lies its astonishing cures. The victim of
'ith supparating ilnnds,honey-combed flesh, and
ries eaking into his bones, finds Guysott's Vel
wv Dock and Sarsaparilla a balm for his affhic
ms. His horrible torments are asnaged. and
q malady not only relieved, but PERDANENT
Y CURED. ~
It may be safely asserted, from the results or
At experience, ihat " Dr. Gusott's Extract of
ellow Dock and Sarsaparilla'," is, beyond all
'WST WONDERFUL REIMEDYox EARTH
r the 'ollowing diseases. and all others proceed
g from VITIATED BLOOD.
Scrofula or King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate
taneous Eruptions, Pimples or Pustule on the
e. Blotches. Boils. Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring
orm or Tetier. Scald Head, Enlargement and
:ins of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers,
rphilitic Lumbago, and Diseases arising from an
ijndiciouts use of Mercury. Acites or Dropsy,
posure. or Imprudence in Life, Liver Complaint,
gue and Fever, Intermiting Fever, Cholera Mor
is. Dysentery, Diarrhea. Plethora of Blood in
ie He'ad, ' iles. Pains in the Back. Sides. jBreast
Loins, and all forms of Muscular, Glandular
id Skin Diseases.
ft is a sovereign specific for General Debility,
d the best renovator for a Broken Constitution.
braces and re-invigorates every organ, promotes
tivity and regularity in every function, and pro
aces that condition of the whole physical system,
-hich is the best security for LONG LIFE !
Let all who wish to purge the blood from the
npurities contracted from the free indulgence of'
te appetite tInring the winter. and to prepare the
.tem to RESIST SUMMER EPIDEMICS. RE-'
)ar yow to " Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock
id Sarsaparilla," which is proving itself an anti
,re for iany of the most malignant diseases that
esh is heir to, and they will nerer be disappointed;'
ir iii this remedy the public faitli has never wa
ered-never can wave: for it is founded on ex
erience. just as their want of faith in other and
rious eompound- is also, founded in experience.
'he FLY FROM MINERAL NOSTRUIS to
:eklhope, life and vizor from this
PURELY YEGETABLE RE3EDY.
'herefore, however broken down in health and
irits. however loathsome to himself and others,
t no one despair of recovery, let the patient only
nderstand that his hope of physicaf restoration
es only in -' GrYsorr's EXTRACT OF YLLOW'
oe7 .At S.1 nsA aLt ILA.," and persuade him for
is LIFE'S SA K to try it. and we have no hesi
ition in predicting his speedy restoration to health.
As a means of regulatina rll the functions of
WMANIS DELICATE ORGANIZATION,
, has no eqal in the nateria medica, and at that
ritical period of life, when the first stage of her
cline commences. its cordial and invigorating
roperties will enable her to PASS THE CRISIS
None genuine unless put up iii large bot
es contaihiing a quart, and name of the Syrup
lown in the glass, with the written signature S.
. Bennett on the outside wrapper.
.IR i. $1 per bonttle-or 6 bottles for 85
SCOVIL & XEAD,
113 Chartres street, New Orleans,
le GeneraI Ageints for the Sonthern States, to'
hino all orders nilist be addresed.
Sold by G. L. P ENN. Edetteli C. IT.: WA RD
,AW &~DENDY. Abbeville C. IH.: PRATT &
AMES. Newherrv C. It.: A. .. CREIGIITON,
;. .: ILAVILAND, RISLEY.& CO., Augusta,
June 5 Gm 20
GEORGIA 0 IAn0ARILLA,
Tnundice. Siek Head..aX e, Dizziness. Loss ofr
A ppeite, Constipatik~. of thec Boweels. Pile.
cused by Coslireness. Pain in the BoweeLs,.
or Rhenatism. caused b'y the use of Mereu
1e.Rihls Scrol'ula.IITIO Bis. Ules, ue aspo.
sihle. Its bitter taste. and beneficial eiTets
n diseases oif the L~iver. nnI diseases arisfig frong
mi imptre state of the Blood, prove it to be the'
PUREST AND 3IOST USEFUL
reparation of Sarsaparilla that is made.
Those who hazve uisedl the variotus preparationne
if Sarsapatrilla will find, by the taste and elliect,
ha thtere is more Sarsaparilla. in one bottle of Dr.
.)xxts' preparationt. than in half a dozen bottles
5 iis generally nmade.
It< ahterative 'andI mildly purgative effects upon:
ie houwels. manke it not only a good substitute for
Irnry. hut usefnl in removing all diseases arising
rtm the impruduent use0 of .Merenrv.
Prepa:red onily by J. DENNIS, 31. D., Autgusta,
Soh!ui he A. G. Tr..ton and G. L. Pnxx. Edge
iilu C. IL.: IP. 1. Congs: and CAREY & Coevir
m Kn. Chuarleston : Ho~trwni on-r & Mio-r and F.
vn-ris. Columbia : A. .1. CRntnvoN. Hamburg ;
*M. F. TIoT. D). B. Prt.tni. HIavtrLAY & Ris
.v. W. F. & J. Trarts. WV. K. KircuENy, BAR'
t TT & CA RTER, Augutsta, Geo., atnd by Drug'
Price-Sl per bottle: 6 bottle for .85.
[F Remenmber to ask for DENNIS' GEORt
June 16. 1851 tf 23'
Ready MIade Clothing.
J UST received a large assortment of REA DT
31 A D E CLOTIlIING, consisting of
Alactea, Litnent and GroDeta SACKS and'
Linen, Cottonade andi Gro Deta PANTS,
Blak Saitin Silks and 3larsails VESTS, all of'
thich will be sold veRY 1.0W.
WILLIA MS & CHRISTIE.
lay 2tf 1S
Boarding for Young Ladies,
311 E Subscriber wtill atccomumodate with board
.ing, ten or twtelve Young Ladies. His
ouse is roomy andi pulea:satmly situated, conveni
-ut tom the Female Acadiemies. Parents andi
uardhinis many be assured thatt every attention
lecessary will'be paid to Girls connnitted to his.
,.rue. EDM1UND PENN.
.a.1. 1R51 tf 50
"In statu quo anto belium."
O ALL DESCRIPTIONS, may be had at
the Tatnnery for Catsn.
Also Tarnner's and Neat's Foot Oil; the latter
he best article for Harness.
Csht pid for Ilides and good Oak Bark.
All ourders adldressed to Williams & Christie,
ir to Mtr. L. 31. Mtunger at thte Tatn Yard, will
>e proptly attendled to.
IR. T. IDMS.
Feb. 0. t tf 3
9 TONS IRON, assorted siz~es. For sale.
. by A. BURNSIDE.
Ialarg, Feb 13 tf 3
A LL persons having demands against the Es
tate of Jacob Lontg, deeM?., will present
Ihem dy attested, and those indebted willmwake
mm ediate payimnt.
J. A. EICUIELBERGER.
Ja n30tf 2
W ANTED two good SIIOEM1AKERS, ae-.
eustonmed to making pegged work.
R. T. 31I3MS.
ay22 tf I8
A GOOD Stoek of CIIAiRS of different
qualities, sizes, &e. For sale by
Tambur, Feb 13tt