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WHAT IS LIFE.
And what is life, if we alone
Live to promote our selfish ends?
If our ambition is a throne
Regardless of our neighbors, friends?
It is not worthy of the name,
And better that we perisli'now,
Than kindle Honor's lurid flame,
And to the God of passion bow.
Tis only real life, when we
Fill up our days with noble deeds
Pluck from the heart of poverty
Dark melancholy's fruitful seeds;
And where the hand-or sorrow pressed,
Put ef'orts forth to bless and heal
And plant within the torpid breast
A lively faith-a holy zeal.
They who the mandate of the great,
Upon a trembling throne obey
Who for their beck and nodding wait,
From fiery youth till life is gray
Are slaves for aye, and never know
The glories of a freeman's life
Tihe joy and peace that ever flow
In vales secure from noise and strife.
Oh, would'st thoir live, and living blkss
The sons of woe, and pour within
The lonely heart of deep diatress.
The oil of joy-to virtne win
The men of crime I Tihen turn away
From gilded honors-worthless fame
For-these but erumle to decay,
Before the light of Virtue's flame.
TIlE TE3PERACE F.10. a
Fling out: oh, fling that bainer out:
And let it kiss the breeze,
Its follds must sweep o'er all thu land,
Eeconeomass ail the sens
Till all beneath its standlard proud,
With loved devetion bow,
A na firmly swear fore'er to keep
Our fondly cherihed vow.
11ing out: oh, fling that banner out
Its march must onward be,
Until it reach the farthest ulime,
And set the drunkard free.
'Twill flash with glorious light afar
No meteor rav is there
It:; heavenly rays shall soon aiispel
All sorrov;, gloom, and care.
Fling out: oh. fling that bannor ont!
That flag must ne'er be furled
It: dlestiny is not fultilled,
Untii it sweeps the vorld
Until each poor dIegraded one,
Who erst has kisseal the rod,
Sh.:ll burst the pinions, binding fast
Anl worship only God.
Farmecrs generully possess too muel
land to be well cultivated. F'ity acres
icell tilled, will ever produce maorc than
onie hundred acres poorly tilled. The nel
profit, that is to say, on fifty acres well
tilled, will be more than. one hurndredl aere~s
b'adly rnyanaged. Now, aHl know of
should know, what good cutltivation is.
but do all cultivate well? Do von take
time by the forelock in preparing your
grounds, andl at proper season ? D~o yo.
plo0w deep ? Do you use the subsoil pilo~
where the lands warnt renovating ? Da
you palverize the soil well by harrrowing
and dragging ? Do you get the fairest,
best seed vou can find ? Do you use theL
best farming implements? Do yotu keep
theim in order., or do yotu leave them taout
the fields to rust ? Do you hoe your
crops well, and at the proper time ? and
do you harvest at the proper time a
Gentlemen, these are questions which
yout should all answer in the aliirmative;
and there are many more, of a like un
ture, for yourr serious consideration. A
thing w~ell done gives pleasure to the (1oCr.
To go into one's fields, and behold the
fences buried in brambles and bushes
to see the grass and weedis peeping over
the tops of corn and potatoes; to view
fields that have lain for ages uncultivated ;
to behold a stinted growth of sward
bound grass on such fields, where clover
ought to grow three feet high ; to view an
old rickety shed here ; and a faded, patch.
ed up house there; a pair of old wheels
in one cornier; a rusty plowv in another,
all exposed to the elements, gives pain to
theC beholder, unless he is proof against
-When we travel along the highway and
see the want of taste, arrangement, symn
meotry and proportious in buildings anc
fences, nugravele1d walks, broken down
door yard fences, wvith an old gate per'
chance hanging on one hinge and hofli
prostrate upon the ground, we can hardly
believe that this matn recognizes " Order'
ats " Hecaven's first law." We are rather
inclined to think that if htuman beings do
dwell in such places, they cannot possess
those noble traits of reason, jrudgment,
sksill, perseverance and energy, that char.
acterize the human fatmily generally. TI
is tnot because poverty weighs down their
energies that wve behold a lack of order
and neatness around, hut it is caused hy
slheer neglect arnd s!ovenliness-a luck o1
eanrgy to put things in their right places
to begin with, and then to keep them there
-a lack of taste in executing, and a lacd
of spirit to learn howy to give the best and
most pleasing effect and shape of things
pertaining to the tenement in which they
dwell.-J ournral of A griculture.
PgveNr..-It is quite wonderful whai
a passion sorme mien havo for what thsr
call pruning trees, and what I call mur
dlerirng themr by inches. Only put a kniti
or sawv into th'eir hands.arnd a tree befor<
thenm, and you will see that it is only be
cause they wvere not born Caliphs of Bag
dad, their neighbors have any. heads left
on their shoulders. Gardeners from tie
a' anld countrie," especially all stuch as
have served their time behind a wheel
barrow, are mighty fond of this sort o1
thing. One ot' theso "Mintlemens" was
lopping off and utterly despoiling the na
tural ways of a fine linden tree lately
When he was cross-questioned a little as
to what he was about, ruining the tree in
that manner, he replied-" I'm only a lit.
ting the hair intil it!" But in fact, many
a better gardener than this Paddy-many
a man who has done as good things in
the gardening way in Great Britain, as
can be done any where in the world, is
placed in the same awkward fix when he
comes into a country with a dry, hot cli
mate, like the United States. All his life
long has he been husily learning how to
let the air in" to the top, and keep the
wet away from the roots, till it is second
nature to him, and he findl it almost as
impossible to adopt just the contrary prac
tice when he gets to America, as it is for
a Polar bear to lay aside his long, white
furry coat, and walk about like a tropical
gentlenman in his natural nankeen panta
loons and waistcoat. le cuts away at
his trees to let in the sun, and raises up
his flower beds to drain off the wet, when
it isjust the very sun and drought that we
have too much of. No man can be a
good gardener who will not listen to rea
son, and in a country where nature evi
dently meant leaves for umbrellas, take
care how you snap your fingers at that, by
pruning without mercy, and " liting the
hair in.--Old Digger in Horticulturist.
RE-.W ou ~ b.-On taking possession
of a piece of ground five years ago, for a
garden--now in this city, but then out
upon the prairie-we found it infested
with wire-worms. They were present by
thousands in every part of the soil, and
the question was how to get rid of then.
Two years after, we procured somne refuso
salt and sowed at the rate of ] 1-2 bush.
el. per aere, in the fill of Ian year. On
working the ground the following sum
mer the wire-worms had taken themselves
away, save a few stragglers which have
been gradually leaving ever since, till now
there is searce a solitary resident left.
This would seem to say, salt them.
aeWori- for February.
Br.i.-Thli s month yon can plant
beans of any kind; for all sorts will sue
ccel fro:n this planting. SU:me of the
most approved sorts of beans should be
put into the grond every fortnight or
three weeks; which will afford a regila:
supply of young beans dnring the eason
fur them. Plant the windsor and toker
in rows about three feet and a half, and
the long pods about three feet apart.
P-..-Sow nmarrowfat, sugar, rounce
val, and other sorts of peas once a fort
night or threeC weeks; by which means
you will have a constant succession of
young peas for the table. All sorts of
peas should be sown in open situations,
but by no means under trees.
Sowe Cun.WE Gr.D.-About the be
ginning of this month, is a very good sea
son for sowing cabbage seed to come in
for summier use; for those whbich were
sown last month are vecry apt to he cut
odr by the frost, if they arec not propei ly
protected withl straw-, maits, or evergreen
bushes. The sort proper to sow now. at-e
the eanrly Tork, sugar-loaf, and all the
h rge kinds.
O.nrow: and Li:.xs m:ay be sown this
monih for at general crop.
C uituo-r.<.xn IPAussir.-Smv Car-rots
andiParsnip;s the be'ginnim.'g of this month,
tor a prinl.ip:dl crop. 'VTe carrots sown
now wvill he fit for use in .\ay, JuneO, J1uly,
and Angnit. Ini the litter mouths you
will f id them very acc eptabule.
Asv.v~rs .-.\bout the beginning of
this month let your asparagns beds have
their spring dr-essing. Any ime in this
month is a ver~y piroper season to remov-e
the roots of aisparagus, for the making of
linisma Po-rtroEs may lie 1Ianiited at any
time~ in this month-these ioots thrive
best in a mtoderate, light, loose snil ; and
where it is not wet ; if y~ou add dunig it
will lbe of great advantage.
Hlo-r flii.-hose wvho intend raiising
early- vegetales, either fr domestic use1
or- for marl:et, had better make some pro
parations fer the business in February.
Cabbages, tomatoes, cumbers, egg
plants, &c*., may be had three or four
wveeks earl iei-, if started in a hot bed in
early spring, and put out after the weather
li-s become steadily warm. In making
a hot-bedl, mark out the ground the size
of the frame to he used, and make an ex
cavation to the depth of a foot, or if the
groulnd is quite dry, eighteen inches: put
iln good horse manure to the thickness of
t wo feet, amid puit on the frame and glasses.
Wheni the heat is sufficiently raised, put
on six or eight inches of good mould;
thiat ni-de from clean grass sods which
have beenm pied and become entirely rot
fed the yeamr before, is best; and whlen
this is warmed to the proper degree,
which can easily 1be told by applying the
hand to it, plant the seeds. Carec should
be taken that there is not too nmuch boat,
esptecially when the stun shines. If there
is too much, raise the glasses ; and al
-ways let in as much air as practicable
with keeping up the requisite degree of
heat. Hot bed plants require a great deal
of wvater, which should be supplied from
a wiatering pot. If the weather- should
be so cold as to render it necessary, the
bed should be protected by mais and
Per-mann:it lint bed frames may be madec
of bricks. A false bottom is l:id two or
thlree feet from the ground, made of cast
iron, or iron bars, laid so closely together
as to anlswer the purpose, oa wihich is
placed the earth for the platnts. A door
is left at one end of the brick-work, un
Ider- the flooi-, to throw in manure, and
another door at the opposite end, for ta
king the manure out. Thus a constant
and regular supply of heat may be con
ve-niently kept up, by only puttinig in fresh
manure as the dccomnposition proceeds.
0rHealth and mitt creates beauty.
To the Public.
HODGES SI FULLER INSTITUTES
Mn. E. A. STEED, PRINCIPAL.
DIR. .. M. PELOT, GRADUATE of CITADFL
REv. T. J. PEARCE, A. B., PRINCIPAL.
Miss M. CORNELIA PELOT, AssIsTANT.
Ai accomplished Teacher of Music will be
The above named are natives of the South.
T IIE exercises of these Institutes will be re
sumed on Monday the 12th of January.
These Institutions have hitherto received :
liberal patronage. and the Trustees confidently
appeal to an intelligent, moral and religious pub'
lie for its continuance and increase.
Circulars will be issued in a few days contain
ing all necessary information.
W. P. 11ILL, Sec'y., B. T.
Greenwood, Dec 30 2tn2 50
SOUTH CAROLINA FEMALE
ELIAS MARES, Principal.
DEIPARTMENT OF HlISTORY AND BELFs LETTRES
B ENJA MIN MILLER, A. D.-Department
of Mathematics and Natural Science.
Mons. V. [I. MANn -rT-Instructor of French,
Spanish and Italian Languages.
Mons. Euc-c% DovzLLtEs-Instructor ir
Draving and Painting.
WILLIAM H. ORCttARD--Intructor in Mnsic:
Piano, Harp and Guitar, and Vocal Music in
Dr. CIIArILs Zt. 1MRnaAN--Instructor in In
s.trumental .ilusie : Piano.
II. E. VAAS -Instructor in Instrumen ilu
sic: Piano, Guitar. anl Ifarp.
Miss SAItA S. WAT.r..rc-Assistant Instrue
tor in Mathematies, Composition, and Englisl
Msiss SrsAN KENNERI.Y-Assistant Instructot
in Engli-h Branches.
Mis. Emri. BuI.sLv-Assistanut Instructor in
lT Arrangements have been mnde with Mr.
A. M. Hunt, proprietor of the Vnited Sta:.,
Hotel, for the conveyance of patrons and pupils
to the Institute, at the most moderate charges.
Those who coie by the Charlotte Railroad eati
land at the Institute.
Jan 1 6t 50
Anderson Male Academy.
rT : E Exercises of this Institution. under the
.1. ch.rg of the Rev. JonN M. CAR LIsL. wil
ew'n.ic on the second Monday in January
next. The Aedemical var will be divided intr
ttum se: . The first to begin the secor..
Monday in Januarv-the second the first N
day in Julv.
Tirms 8PE SESSION OF FIV E 1ON' 3
Orilhoraphy,-,,'Ieing, itnd Definitions,
Writing, Arithimetin :: Geogr;aphy
cotnmenced,...................... .G Ot
The above c(,ontinued. -'ith English ratm
rar, and Coripositio, .anicient and
Moitmlern Iisto.ry, Ancient Gevogtraphly. S 0(
Litin. Greek, Matlicmaties, Rhetorie anld
Ine: I.. E:-penses,................. 51
T*h-:! most anproived Text Books will be (m.
ployi,: eery endeavor used on the part c1
thv -r: pal to impart thorough instrueti-en ir
:t1 tl D.-partments, as well as to prepare sti
en:. for College.
Students can enter at any timc and will be
charge] to the end of the session : blt no de.
duction will be made after entering, unless it
case of aickness,
Board of Trustees.
ITorn. J. N. WlIITN ER, Chmairnman.
B. F. CR AYTTON, Secretary amnd Treasurer
lIon. JTas. L. Orr, ITion. A. Evins,
.T. P. Ben.son, jS. 31. Wilkes,
Elijah Webb, L.. A. Osbiorne,
D)r. A. P. Cater, J1. W. IHarrison.
Andlerson C. II., Nov. 27 mu3m -15
T HE Subscriber has just received his Stoel
o ai d W iter Goods.
Blacek, Colored and Watered Silks,
Rich Pairis Mousseline Deltainis,
"French and Englishb Merios of all colors
for Laiis ande Cl~llren's I resses,
Cotton lD~mask oft all colors for Window Cur
Re ed nd hite Flannels,
Fanttey Tweeds, Casitmeres and Snttinemttes,
Plaid i,eys. Geoi. Platins andi Ker'eys,
Finte Phel andm~ Negro lillankets,
Reamdynmad.e C.oats and Over Coats,
Hats and Cays of the b~test Styles,
liitonts andl lIonnmet Ribbons,
Boots and Shoes.
A Fine at of Negro Shoes,
G roceries. Tiardlware and Croekery.
Which will be sold very low on timte, and li
beal discount for cash.
BI. C. BRY AN.
Oct. 0 tf :18
Fall and Winter Goods!
I T E o on hand a FlIRST itATE Stoel
f ClthCassi imers & Vestings
which are of thme latest strles and wdil be mad.
to mteasure as good and as fashionable as can b(
ad in the .Southern Country.
Always for sale an excellent Stock of fine
READY MVADEl CLOTHING,
which is cut and made under m~y own supervi
sion. and any one purechasing fromn me nmay rell
upon getting full value for their money expended
Such as Cravats, Gloves, Suspenders. Ulosiery
White and Colored Shirts, Silk and Merino un
der garmuents, Collars, Stucks, Money 1helts
Silk and Merino under Vests for Ladies,-and
Of German Colognes, extracts for the handker
chief. Hair. Tooth, Nail, Clothes, Ilat and Shmav
ing Brnsbes, Dressing and Fine Tooth Combs
Fnc Soaps, Sharing Creams and Soaps, Por
Mtnies, Pocket Books. Purses, Segar Cases
lair Oils, and every thing desirable ad usefu
J. A. VANWINKLE.
N. B.-Mv Store is next to the Georgia Tun
Road Bank. at the Old Stand of the Chronicle o,
A ugusta, Nov 12 - 6m 43
Preiuliu ml Dague areau
Ga d. a &L Umm
Am S T A, G A.
-E an vdt Augnata, call at the PRE
M itDAiGUERLREAN GALLERY
andl hav~e a f-ne Daguerreotype of yourself, fo1
here you will litnd onte of the most elegant Da
guerret:n Saloons in A merica.
Daguerreotype stock of tevery descriptioni fo
sale at a small'adlvance on New York cost.
LI'lG1l, TUICKER &PERKINS.
Jutne Is 8mi ~
O F ALTL DESCRIPTIONS, may be had a
the Tannery for CAn.
Also Tanner's and Ne-at's Foot Oil; the latte:
the best article for Harness.
('ash paid for I lides and goad Onk Unrk.
. 11 orders addressed to Williams & Christie
or to Mr. L. M. Munger at the Tan Yard. wil
tbe ptrmnptly attended to.
Rt. T. MIMS.
F~.e k tf 3
K J.1Y NEW
WHOLESALE & RE'
READY MADE CLOTHING, T:
UNDER THE U. S. IIC
T M. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving
te. of Ready Made Clothing ever offered in
and most improved styles of manufactute.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS, YOUTE
o Country Merchants, and all persins vi:
cill and examine our Stock fur theumelves
A ugusta, Sept.23
PIE Subscribers are now receivinga direvt li
T the LARES(.n-T and BEST ASSORTl.i
COMBS, BUTTONS, PIN43, N
Together wiih a large an elegant Stock o
SUSPENDERS, PURSES, BEAD
Gold and Silver Pencils and
Of every style and patrn, together with a fu
School and 1iscellaneous 3
Owing to the great se.rcity of ionc
'Lerm im- to sell Goods this season lower tha;
i.T.mhilss from the country % ill i
Aug ';:)., Nov- 26, 6m
TrHE Subsvrie.rs has nd will keep on hal
a Well selected stock of Goods, consisting
in Wirt of the following articles:
6 oy and Dundee Baging. Rope and Twine
Chk;'-e ',rtorieu and Clarified Sugars.
etin..:iLoaf, Powdered and Crushed Sngar-,
Old Whe .Ti'va n. Green Rio Colie.
A gairi assortmient of Irons ann .Nails,5
Sal in Sae!s. both coarse and- tine.
1-. Orleans and West India Mohawes
Prime Canal Flour, of the best brands,
Bacon Siiles and cholee Hams.
Ltn'd, Sperm and Ta~rCadies,
White Lead and Linseed Oil,
Best Sperm and Train Oil,
Primae Cheese", in boxss,
Nos. I and i Mackerel, in wh1ole and half bar.
Neero Cloths and Utankets,
Shots and Sole Leather,
Window Glaas ari Pmuty.
Consisting of Irrre .ini small Rocking Chairs,
Large Arm Wood-sent Chairs.
C'ane andl Wood-senta Settinig C hairs.
]Iedsteadls. WVillow WVagaons, Cradh-s. &c.
Churns. Tubs, Uneckets. l',arrel Covers. &c.
A Iso. a large and excellent stock oft .'addies,
Shot and liar Lead.
Rifle and Blasting Powder in quarter. lnfanid
whole kegs. Js.T IWY
Hamburg, Jan 14 4t 5
*Granite!vjilei Ca~4a s1itor! I
rpr i[1 Subscrniber respectfully calls the atten
Ition of farnmers and the ~oirmoUtity gene
rally to his Store in G rarniteville, whetre lhe kt. ep:
constantly on landi a .N L W anid W~ l''LL AS
SORTI) E > to)ck of
DY GOODS. GROrCERtER. SHOES
and nearly every variety of Goods, and is selling~
at the Cheapret rates crer knowen ahoreI Char
leson ! lie bnys for CA'SII and engnges to
sell as CH E AP as .\ugusta, Unmburg, A ikcn,
or any other neighboring market.
TLies wishing to buy Bonnets of thre latest
stye, either trimned or m:'trimed. will do awell to
Iexamine his Stocek before purchasing elsewh~ere.
lie is prepared1 to have Bonnetsr trimmed in the
latest styles or to order at the shortest notie.
All who adv'ocate a
CilEAP CASH SYSTFEM
will be sure to save mroney by giving him a trial.
87 The highest market price will be given for
all saleablc produce in exchange fort Goods.
A. B. MUJLLIGAN.
Junc 4, . tf 20
Jaundire, Sickt Head-ache, Dizziness. Loss ol
A pptite, Constip~ation of thea Bowrels. Piles,
cused lay Cttirenesse, Pain in the 11meecls.
or Rheum"atismn. eanusd by; the u.se of Mercu
r;. Sy philis', S. rofnia1. Boils. Uleers. di.
rIlS PREP AlIN is mnade as pure as poa
. sibler. Its bitter taste. and benueftiia eyects
in diseases of the ILiver. noel diseases ;tii~in' f rom
an imngre state of the lilood. prove it to be th~e
PUREST AND MOST T-SEI'CL
*preparation of Sarsaparilla that is made.
Those who have used the various preparations
of Sarsaparilla will find, hy thme taste :and ef1 et,
that there is more Sarsapar'illa in one bottle of Dr.
DtF.Nis' preparation, than in half a dozen bottles
as it is generally made.
Its :aerative and mildly purgative eflets upon
the bowels, make it not only a good substittute for
Merury, but usefutl in removing all diseases arising
from the imprudent use of Mercury.
Prepared only by J. DENNIS, MI. D., Aurgusta,
Sold by A. G. T.aarEt anid G. L. PENNs. Edge
field C. 11.; P. M. Coirts and CAnsv & C ou'r
at a. Charleston t lvlrwrT & Mrn or anI F.
(r a-r s, Cohnnbnia: A. J1. CaRc GrrToS, llamn t;'z:
W. F. TIr-r, D. B. PLUate, HIavtLtn . s
;.rcv. W. F. &- J. Ttrrt, W. K. Krrret. lt0 r.
rt:-r:- -. sA 'ra, Augusta, Geo., arid by Drug
I 'i--91 oer bottle ; 6 bottle for 95.
S~l? 1&m mh- o ask for DENNIS' GEOR
GI S RAPARILLA. t
, LL persons indebted to the Estate of Eliza
. heth Carter, dee'd., are requested t:, make
immmediate paymrent, and those having demnauuds
azdnet said Estate will present them properly at
ternt. A. J. R AMBO, Adnr'r.
BY & CO.,
iga 5||Sl ain eask;
~~~-- - --500(
AIL DEALERS IN above
RUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c.
TEL AUGUSTA, GA.
he LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT PRO
this city. Their Stock consists of the latest
S' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING and i
dting our city, are respectfully solicited to hair,
dk 3G which
- - -those
SAL] and ti
- - ~~~-py vie
on Mr nnfcturers, both North and South hirs,
T of dises
'EDLES, RAZORS, SCISSORS dued
MBLES &C. tors,
i, WALLETS, PORT-3IONIES, and si
. Pens, Spectacles, &c., &c. restor
;0- been i
I AKD EIRRRS, nie
I and chep Stock of ws
3ooks, Paper, Ink, &c., &c, 41 F
,- in the country, the Suiweribers aire deter- *-l I
ny Hunitce in Charlestom or Anguista. toilet
:t .e e;n! !nd examine fior thenselves. to r1.'
DUNIAM & BLAKELY. to th4
New .Family Groery! bval
S. E. BOWERS, COfN
.4 i opiposite Robintson's Hac crare Stor
e' M.frontin; the American liutel,
u1AIJnlua-, . C.
1 r:..~'FU~LLY infor:r. lij friends and
Itbpublie gencrally. that ho has opened a
Jlw Grocery Slo,
where lie will keep con-tmitly on hani. a ehioice Sero
tck f FAMILY GROCERIES, GLASS
A ND CROCKE RV W ARE, which will be itha
sod at the lowest market prices. Pi
The pubilic are earnestly solicited1 to enll and Lame
exa:ninie my stocek before buying elswhere, andu nens,
everv exert!. n on myi part. will be iminle tio satis-t in9,In
fv th'xe that caIll. iuc
*There isq now in Store a large supply Sti:ars. -"
CnoTees. Teas. Mohissees, Syrups. Wines, Liquosr. slbonl
P"ort er. .luostard, Pippecr. Spices. (inger. Nt- Colds
aoiys, Clovis, Rico, Flour. linn. Lord, lCeese. Lune
in ter. Tbhaco, Seears. Snuf, Powder, Shoct, moalio
Lead, Inmp on1a Pnint (his.
A\h:0, Tub-'. Buckets, Churns. Brooms, Urush
Alesi. 20),til lbs chonic BACON I)DEA. and rsd
2.00)f lbs .ln Fitch & Son: EXTrRA hA.\lS.
:'"C".tst , if 2!)
J 'ST Re-ceiv-ul anid now opened the follow- not hb
e ine atic-les in the C rocery I h-partbment, lars' a
1 lIbl1.. veryv elisilee Smnokia ed t Iee lasmis, anI e1
1 ' " " iefr Tongnes. cca
2 Ferkins Fre.sh Gn~lhen Untter, yellow as gold "
2:1 lhxes ChiceL- Gohe Cheei4e, a c-on:
Ches~-t fimie Ilvored Blacek Ti-n, eni by
1 "' "* rieen Teat, her a
2 Bhls. Sumperior Cider Vinegar. PInms
10 Boxes Pale Brown: and Salt Water Soap, andl n
4 "' Super ior Pearil Stairch, ik
I Tiercee lbest mnew tiece.
A 4 Smonil Rice. 2.l lbse to the dollar,
Boes A dam~antinc Candles,
"C Tamllow "c CAn
3 Bhs. D~ouble nlenned Cru-hedc Sugar, tril
El Uonxes Layer Raisins.prc
and various other arries, all of which: have eale,
he.en p~urcha~sedI with Cast:. coinsequently the cIc, tl
ean and will besl tthe lowest miarket rates. img m'
If vou do nt camll and price thecse articles anid 1
aviil yourself of the ba:rgains on'ered, you must t"n"c
not biumne me for it. Da'-it
G. L. PENN, AGEN.vr c-amp
Nov 26 tf 45____ ter.
GROG ERI E S!n
r ITHE Subsbers - continno to carry on the 0n i
.L.Wholesale and Retail Groco-e-c
ry Blusiner", at their oldl stumd, just ab~ove h
the Globe llotel, and within a fe'.- seps of the tion
Warehouse of Al essrs. G. WArK.In & SON. lers ii
Thev beg to inform the Planiters andl families cle.
in South Carolina that they are now receiving Bi
their Fall supplly of
HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERIES, on
wih thmev will sell on the most reasonable . Il a0
trms. 'They now oiyer for .snle vani
100@ Bales 4h m elh GUNNY C LO TH, So!
500O Coils 4 Inch Kentncky ROP'E, p'RA
50 Illids. New Orleans aind Museovadlo TON
SUGA, R. Sail
200 Ungs Prime' Rio, Laquira andl Java & Coi
COFFE ES. and 1
- 0 Uhbde. Cuba MOLA SSES, Lanm
100 BibIs. Crushed. Ground anti Granu- .3
lated SUGA RS,
2S Chests and half Chests choice TEAS
100 Bbls. IHirmn Smith and Baltimore l
100 Boxes Sperm:. Adlamantine and Tuil- nnn
low CANDL ES, ing c
300 Kegs Cut NA ILS. all sizes, teste
75 TBoxes TOIIA CCO. various qualities. Ja2
53,000 Lbs. 1I;IMS, SiDES, and 51HOUL- -
1,00 Sacks Liverpool SA LT.4
Tcmther, with SPICES, PICKLES. P RE-. i
SR E.R, S EG A RS, and all articles usually Pjy"
kept in the best Grocery houses. wilI
11? Gods for our Planter Friends will be de
livered at any point in 1-lmnburg, free of charge. _Ic
J. R. & W. M. D)OW'.
Auusta, Aug. 20, 6m 3L
LL those indebted to the Estate of Perry e ithei
11.U lloaway, de'd., are required to male by th
payent, and those having denmands to prcsent gene'
tei properly attested. . this,
-IA ME S TETLDELL,.1 Adr tlh
MARY lHOLLO WAY. 3
n.c S 3 A8 &
}ULS, TALLOW GREAS,
BARRELS MACHINERY OIL,
2500 Gallons do do
a of various sizes. Price 75 per gallon.
Barrels Boiled Paint Oil, .
I Gallons do do do in casks of va
izes. Prree 75 ets per gallon.
I Barrels Tanners'. Oil. Various kinds
alities, from 35 to 60 cents per gallon.
1 Gallons in Casks of various sizes. Va
inds and qualities, from 35 to 50 cents
Tons Tallow Grease for Ieavy Bearings,
>arse Machinery, in Barrels or Casks, or
nisteney required. Price 6 cents per lb.
1 Tons Ohio Mineral Paint, in Barrels, at
rest market price.
hinery Oil, warranted not to chill in the
: weather, and considered by those using
1 to Sperm Oil.
ed Paint Oil, equalto Linseed Oil, other
constantly receiving large supplies of the
named articles, and my motto is. "Small
and quick returns."
B. F. BOND.
i6 Water St., (under the Pearl st. Ilouse.)
10 6t 52
F. ALEXANDER C. BARRY'S
r edicated Compound,
[E efficacy of this justly celebrated em
brocation for invigorating, beanttifying.
iparting a gloss and silken softness to the
9 now so widely known anil acknowledged,.
t hns gained by its merits a reputation
is not for a day, but for all time. It is
ovince of science to snbdue and control
physied evils which refined civiliztion ins
lit in its train t for so long as wnrm rooms
ht hats, with the combined nPnrey of
influences, exist, will thou-:nnels of unhap
tims be troubled with bald heads and grey
to say nothing of the various cutaneous
eP to which the head is subjected. It wns
eve these evils thnt Professor BRna intro
his invaluable remedy, and nmong the
ins and one who have been his conipeti
he now stands alone on that pedestal of
Im, hewn out of
stained by the favor and universal patron
- a iscerning and intelligent public. For
ing the hair to its original growth, or pre
ig it from falling out, this componnd has
)ronounced by all medical men, to be a
emedy. For eradicnting scurf, dandrnff.
uring diseases of the skin. glands. muscles.
and bruises. the " Tripoph. rourt" will al
be found a safe, speedy and unfailing cure
I lng as
tir treqaes man's imperial re- ensntre,
I beaty draws us with a single hair."
n Tricophernus be essential to the
(", e'.rv .idy and gentlemn who desire
e a !..f . gi and luxuriant appearance
natural tir:pery of reason's throne.
1 inl h-r btttles, price 25 e-ut.. at the
pal erfe.,, 1:17 Broadway, New York : and1
I the principal Merchants and Drugaisis
bout the United States anmd Canada. Mexi- I
7est Indies, Great I'ritain, France, &c.
'For sale at Edgefield C. 11.. by
G. L. PENN, AGENT.
115 5t 52
DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER
E great remedy for Rhcrnmatiem. Gout. Pain J
I the Side. IHip. Back. Limbs and Joint, I
ula. Cing's Evil. Whiite Swelling. Hard Tu-l
Stiffioints. and all fied pains whatevur.
re this Plaster is applied. Pain cannot eist.
been benefiehal in case of weaknewp such as
und Weakness in thme Stomach. Weak Limbs.
iess, A ileetion of the' spinn, Fematle Weak
&~c. Ni' female. subjiect to rain or wans
back or side. shiould he wit hunt it. Mn irriedl
in delicate situations, find great relief fromi
intly wearing this Plaster.
appaitin of the. Pla'ier between the
!erw has been fonud a cerlaiin rteedv for
. Conmhs, Phuthiiec and Afiions of the
tn their prima ry stages. It destroys ilamn
n by perspirationi.
following commendlationi it from ani agent
rig at Trenton, Tlennessee :
irs. Scovi:. & Mr.An--Ge'ntlement: 'Te
w Plaster i. becoming popsiar in this sectiotn.
.'is a lady in this cioninrt whto say~s she wutld
iviwithout thie Plaster fo'r live huntdrsd dol-.
year. The was afflirted for some tim-' with
irgenment of the spleen. whtich gave her a
et of pain. ITe swellingt anid pain had
lrd up nearly to thec arn",it.:,ad ioccasionafly
mld scarcely breathe. s'he was cofined for
iderable ime. during whiieb she was attend.
sme of onr best physici::.ns, butt theyv rave
irelief. She proenred a box of thte Heb~rew
adit relieved her almost immediately,
ow she kieps a supply: of it on hanod constant.
'hiese ftcts you are aet liberty to use as you
prtiper-tlthey are substantially true.
Respectfully, yours &c..
JESSEE J. WELL.S.
e Bcwvare of counterAh feitnd 7qase ymiatioas !
rTON.-TheC sublscribersare? the only getteral
Sin the Smnthern States for thme sale of this
valhble Plaster: .Dmi. in ortder to prevett
ners being imtposedl ott h., a connitterfeit arti
ild in this City andI eisewhere, for the enti
icy- invite pariicular attetntion to the follow
arks of the genuine :
rhe genuine is pttt tup in smooth, engine
I bottomed boxes, solered in.
lhe genuine has. the engraved head of Jew
I on the directiotns around the b~ox. with tne
maying record of court to E. Taylor, Roches
ALSO TAKE NOTICE
the geuine has the signature E. T AYLOR
ec steel plate engraved label, on the top of
box- to imitate which, will be prosecuted as
Counterfeit is coarsely put up. in iunmita
f the old labels. ntnd is sold by several deca
medicinte in this City for the genuine ari
ware of it--It is WVorthlecss.
SCOVIL & ME AD.
113 Cliartres st.. N. Orleans,
ly Agents for the Sonthern States, to whom
-ders andI aplications for agencies must in
hly e addressed1.
d, also by G. L. PENN, Edguefieldl C. 1*:
mlLAW & DENDY, Abbeville C. II.
-r & JAMES, Newberry, A. J. CRlEIGH-.
.JHamburng, So. Ca.
il at wholesale by H AVIL.AND ITA RREL,
..and P. M. COH EN, & Co.. Charleston ;
IAVIL AND, KEESE & Co., No.80 Maiden
e 9 m 22
Lt persons indebted to the estate of Henry
F. Freeman, dec'd1., will come forward
iately and mtake payment and those hay
mands will renider them in properly at-,
. J. HI. JENNINGS, Ex'or.
ii3 ly 5 1
1L those indlebted to the estate of James
F. Grisham, dec'., are reque~sted to make
eent forthwith, and those having demands
>resecnt them properly attested.
J. A. TALBERT, Ex'or.
aSg 5t 51
[ subsriber hereby notifies all persons
itndebte-l to him, or to Mrs. R. Blalo'ck,
eby note or open account, to make payment
e 1.5th of February next, as longer imdul
cannot be giveni. Those who fail to do
vill fitd their notes or acoutits placed in
jds of Mr. Griffin for collection.
'r. R. BLALOCK.
.. 27, 1n 19t14
AUNDICE, DYSPEPSA, CHRONI OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
TIIE KIDNEYS,' AND ALL
( Disordered Liver or Stomach, such hi Con
stipation, Inwoatd Piles, Fullness or Blood
to the Head Acidity of the Stomach, Nau
sea, Hieart-gUb4, Disgust for Food, Fullness
or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Erlictations,
Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the Stom
ach. Smimming at the' Head, Hurried and
Dificult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart,
Choking or Suffocating sensations ohen in a
lying posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or
Webs before the Sight, Fever and dup pain
in the Head, Deficiency or Perspiration, Yel
oecs of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
Side. Back, Chest, Limbs, j-. Burniig in
the Flesh. Sudden Flushes of Heat, Con
stant Imaginings of Evil and Great DeApres
sion of Spirits, can be eff'ctually &r&
DELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS
DR. C. -,q. JACKSON,
AT TIlE GER31AN MEDICINE STORE,
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
T HEIR power over the above aiseases 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.
Thepe Bitters are worthy the attention of InTa.
lids. Possessing great virtues in the rectification
if diseases of the Liver and lesser glands, exer
eising the most searching powers in weakness and
affections of the digestive organs, they are withal,
Rafe certain and pleasant.
Read and be Convinced[
The editor of the " BosoN BEE," said,-Decem
her 22nd. 1850:
Da. IloortAr.'S CrrrnnAT.D GERMAN'BI
Tr.FS for the cure of Liver Complint. Jannutie,
Dvspepin. Chronic or Nervous Decbiltt. is deser.
vedly one of the most popular medicines of the
day. These Bitters have been used by thousands,
rind a freind at ou- elhow snys he has himeelf re
reived an eflectnal and permanent cure of Liver
Complaint from the use of this remedy. We. are
eonvinced that. in the use of these Bitters, the pa
ient contantly gain strentth and vigor-a fact
wvorthy of great consideration. They are pleasant
in asic and tmdil, and cn be need by persons
with the most delicate stomachs with safety, un
der any circumstances. We are speaking fron
experit'nce. and to the afflicted weadvise their tise. -
"ScoTT's WEEt.Y," one of the best Literary
papers published, -aid,
"Dr. HooFL.tn*'s GERMAN BITTERs. Manu
fetuired by Dr. Jacksorr. are now recommended
h' snme of the most prominent members of the
feilty as an article of much efficacy in cases of
female weakness. As sneh is the case. iwe would.
dvise all mothers to obtain a bottle, and thus save
themelves much sickness. Persons of debilitated
enstimtions will find these Bitters advantageous
toa their health, as we know from experience the
salutary effect they have upon week systems.'.
The " Pll .ADr.Lnt. SATURDAY GArZTTE,"
the best family newspaper pnblished in the United
States, says, of these valuable Bitters: .
" Tt i% seldom that we reenmmend what are
termed Patent Medicines. ~to the confidence .and
patronage of our re-ade'rs; and therefore when we
reetmmend Dr. lonflannd's German Bitters, we
wish it to be distinetly understood that we are not
spaking of the nostrums of the day, that are
noised about for a brief period and then forgotten
after they have done their guilty race of mischief,
but of a nedicine long established, universally
prizerl, and which has met the hdarty approval of
the f6enlty itself."
Evidence upon evidence has been received (like
the foregoing) from all sections of the Union. the
hist three years. and the strongest testimony in its
favor, is. that there is more rf it used in the proc
tire of the regular Phy.icians.of Philadelphia,
than all other nostrums combined, a fact that.can
easilyhe established. and'fully~proving that a
prvalwhenpresented even in this form. -~
Tathsmedicine will cure Liver Complaint
and livspaep-.ia. no one enni doubt after tuing it as
directid. It act- sp-eitienly upon thae stomafrh
'ana'! liver ; it I. tareferrh'e to dninmel itn all bulionas
d'asrsr-:h~e ofreet ie immtedlite. Thet' can be
aiiisteredl to femnale or infant ~with sifety and
reliable beneni: at anyt timec."
Beware of Counterfeiters !
Thai- mceic han attained that high character
n hieb is neacessarv for all medicin:i to attain to
imhee ealterfi.r.ir to put faarth, epmrous articles
at the ri'k of the livesa of tihose who are innocent
Loxc we.t.. To rtnE nsutns or 'rt Gr:st'tNE.
Tlhaey have thec writ ten iitmatuire o'f C. MI. JA CK.
8()N ipsan the wrappe-r. and his namec blown in
the hbottle, ,ri houl wrhicha ih', are .q;i:nriourp.
Foar anie Whrale'sale adl t'tail at the -German
Maieiine Store," No. 120) Arch street, one doaor
ha.'how tsixth. P'hiladelphin ; anal by respectable
dealers generally through the country.
To enable all 'lasses of invalids to enjoyy the
nalyiantages eaf their great restorative powers.
SIN~ci.E BoTTra.E.7 ry'rENs.
For sale, on agency, at Edgefield C'. H.. by.
G. L. PENNl.
August 21, ly 31
LEWIS' STRAW CUTTER.
r j"HI E Utnaersignted tukes thIts opportunity of
1stating to the public, that he will have
anoter lot of his .4lachiinest ready' for nmarket, in
the course of a few days. Persons wanting
thse .hlnehines will do well to send in their or
ders early so as to enasure thaeir being filled.
Ile refers tos the f.allawiag Certifientes, of theo
mny wh'eh he has received, for additiontal tes
tiony in their favor.
Ihamburg, Oct. 1, tf 37
Wvsox, (Pent'.) January 22d 1851.
Ma. Luwts,-The Patent Straw Cutter which
you invented, and arc now off'ering to the public,
ia most excellent article and deserres public
favor. Twvo years smece I purchased one and
have had it in constant usc-it has never been
out of repair in any respect. aswering all the
purposes you recommetnd it for:' I most cheer-.
fully commend it to farmers in all sections, and
coulad not be induced to part with the one I have,
w~itout the prospect of obtaining another, for
five times it cost.
Respectfully, V. E. PIOLLET.
A UGUS'TA, (Ca.) Scpt 16, 3851.
Ma. L Ewts,-Dear Sir : Some time since I
used otte oaf your Straw Cutters to cttt roots for
mvy preparation of Geaorgia Sarsaparilla. Some
of the roots were very hardl and tough.-I am
happy to say your Straw Cutter has far exceeded
my expectations. The pubice need not fear of
its getting out of order by cutting straw or fod
der or by accidetntally getting hard substances
in it. Yours, respectfully,DEN .
EDGEFIELD C. H., Sept. 10, 1851.
Ma. Wat. Lrws,-Sir : In your letter you
a~k how I like the Straw Cutter I bought from
you. I say it ermeels any thing of the kind-I
have ever seen, andi I could not be induced to
part with it, withtout the proseect of getting
another, for any common er.nsideration. .
WM. P. BUTLER.
ED6EFt.D C. H., Sept. 18, 1851.
Dra Sta: I have been using one of your
Straw Cutters or some three or fcur mornths,
anI am satisited tunt its advantages over all
others, are such that it will recoimmend itself to
every observer. Its adaptedness to cutting all
kinds of grain, in any desirable length, its security
to the operator, the minimum of power required
hrkeep it in operation, the dispatch with which
it executes its work, combined with its simplicity
and durability, must make it invaluable to every
one thatnmay have use for them.
A. G. TEAGUE,