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A - he season is approaching when
our farmer friends will start their plows,
we deem the following article, which we
find in the Germantown Telegraph, to
the point at the- present thne:
A farmer in- this violnity. while plow
ing last fall, we asked by a neighbor who,
although he had a large farm, could
scarcely support his family off of it, why
he plowed so deep I
"-Because, neighbor," he replied, " I
plowed the same way last year, and the
year before, and I found I plowed a great
deal of gold !"
"Gold !" exclaimed the amazed neigh
bor, " why how much did you plow up ?"
" WeU, some hundreds of dollars a
year-and I did it in this way; my crops
verre twice as large where I plowed deep
as I now do, in the same fields where 1
formerly plowed only to half the depth,
and they take less manure, too."
"I don't believe a word of it," said
the neighbor, disappointed in the gold
digging. "If that is the way you plow
up gold, I am afraid you will never set
the river on fire. I go for the good old
way, and find it best. There is little to
learn in farming which those before us
did not know."
" Well, neighbor you may do as you
like, but I have tried both ways, and I
am more than satisfied with the result,
indeed, by strictly persevering in it and
other improvements, I shall nearly or
quite double my profits, and all this ex
cess I consider just so much gold plowed
up in the fields."
" Ah," continued the neighbor, "I see
you are, from your new notions, a book
farmer, and belong to- an agricultural
society; but you'll find it wont pay in
the long run, I think."
" There's where you are in error, my
friend, I am no book farmer-I belong
to no agricultural society, but I mean to
join one at the very earliest opportunity.
I acknowledge, however, to reading
weekly the Germantown Telegraph, and
especially the agricultural department,
and I am now free to confess that it has
given me more valuable hints during the
five years I have taken it, on subject con
nected with my own business, than fifry
subscriptions would pay for; indeed I
ws at first ashamed to-admit it to my
self, that there was so much in farming.
though all my life a farmer, that I did not
know, communicated through the col
umns of that paper."
But all would not *atisfy his neighbor,
-and he returned to his own half-worked
plantation, grumbling at the strange
whims that had crept into the heads of
some people, and declaring that they
would not' catch hin.
A great mistake is made by many per'
sons in considering that old horses should
to that which is permitted the young ones
of their stud. The incentive to such
practice is amiable, but it is at the same
time a mistaken one. Old horses cannot
bear entire rest; may be favored as the
frequency of calling forth great exertion
from them, but a couple of' days of enti' e
rest bring on all their old1 aches and pains
arising from work, blows and1( falls. Ex
ercise is life to them: it keeps the vital
functfons going~, and the-limbs, that regu
lar and daily exercise keeps pliant, be
come stiff and rigid by continued absence
of motion ; any exertion under such cir
cumstances is attended with pain, and if
an old horse is still in a state to work
without pain to himself, the only wvay to
enable him to do so is to keep him going.
If a young horse should be stiff the day
after hunting, in him all the vital functions
are in such full play that rest will restore
his limbs to their wonted elasticity; not
so- with the old one ; his flagging ene.-gies
must- be quickened by motion, or swelled
legs, general stiffness, and consequent
disinu-lination to: motion, from the pain it
creates, is the certain consequence. In
corroboratiron of what: I state I will refer
to machiners or in other words, stage
coachihorses; many a team of these, com
posed of four highly bred old cripplese,
would gallop over their five or six miles of
ground at the rate of 14 miles an hour,
and return in the same stage in the eve
ning without, figuratively speaking, turn
ing a hair, or requiring a touch of the
whip; and would do such work better by
far than young ones, and why they would
do so arose from thme following causes;
being old cripples as they were, they could
be got in stable phrase, " of a pretty
good family ;" that is, so very highly bred
that had they been young, or at all sound
they could not have been purchased at
coach price. And if unbred, they could
not have stood the pace. Such highly
bred horses had' years of hard keep'in
them; the work thoy had all their lives '
b.een at, kept them clear in their wind,
and a fatst pace had from use become na
tural to them. If these same horses were
put to a long stage, where they w~orked
two days and rested one, the twvo horses
rested, would, so far from being in the
best state of the four to commence their
stage, come out of the stables as stiff as
if they had' no joints in their limbs, nor
till they had. hobbled and- cantered a
couple of miles could they settle to any
thing like a trot. Old hunters are, in a
mitigated way, similarly affected' by ab
sence of exercise. We all know that
aged horses will stand more work than
very young ones; but neither will stand
great, exertion and long rest alternately.
'The Hunting Field.<
IRIsH POTATOEs.- One of the best and
most successful methods of growing this
delicious article, is to have the ground
thoroughly' broken up, plow or dig a
trench about the' depthm of furrows made
by an ordinary lowD; drop the cuttings
8 or 10 inches apart, fill- the.trench near
ly full of fresh manure-that from the
stable the best; draw over it a littl'e of
til, leain the part immediately over
the potatoe, a little below the level of the
ground, that the water from the rains may
find ready access to the potato, and there
by completely saturate th'e manure which
will retain its moisture for a long time.
After the potatoes come up and begin to
grow, draw up the soil in a tolerably wide
bed, leaving as bei'ore the middle of the
bed or the parts next the stalks, a little
lower than the edges, and for the same
reason that the water may not run off, but
be conveyed immediately to growing
roots, which require a great deal of inois
ture to mature and grow to any size. Be
careful not to plant under bhading trees,
where the roots deprive the mould of much
of its moisture, and the spreading top pre
vents the ground fronm be zoming saturated
by the falling rains. You will have an
abundant crop of good large potatoes,
unless the drought be so severe as to dry
the whole trench and its contents.
Planting potatoes in beds drawn up
higher than the surface and hilling them
in sharp tops, will never faii to prove a
failure in a dry season. The bed in this
case will remain dry in the centre. You
will have fine tops, but no potatoes.-Pul
IoUsEHoLD MEASUREs.-As all fami.
l:e3 are not provided with scales and
weights referring to ingredients in general
use by every housowife, the following may
Wheat flour, one pound is one quart.
Indian Meal, one pound two ounces is
Butter, when soft, one pound one ounce
is one quart.
Loaf sugar, broken, one pound one
ounce is one quart.
Best brown sugar, one pound two oun
ces is one quart.
Eggs, average size, ten eggs are one
Sixteen large table-spoonfuls are half
a pint, eight are one gill, four half a gill,
A CruE Fon VARTS.-Talie a leaf of
a plant called the house-leak, which is
quite common about households, peel it,
b:nd it upon a wart when you go to bed.
In the morning the wart will be softened
to s ich an extent that you can pull hall
of it off. Repeat the application twvo or
three nights, and the excrescences will
disappear, leaving no mark behind. We
have tried this freque.ntly since we were a
bor,- and know it to be in unfiailing rein
NEW SPRING GOODS,
SNOWDIEN & SHEAR,
A c6U~i A GA.
I AVE just received from Ktw York, bv
the Steaner Union. a large and splendid
Ladies'- Dress Goods,
of new and elegant styles, among which are
Rich P'rintcd Grenadines and Grape DeParis,
of the latest Paris at vles.
Rich Printed Barcec-s, of ncw and beautiful
Printed Bareges, with small figures, suitable
for Children's Dresses.
Faney Printed Barege- DeLainecs, of beautiful
stvles, for Ladies and Childrena's Dresses.
'rinated IDarege DeLaints, for Ladies Mourn
Rich Fanicy Brocade Silks, for Ladies' Spring
11kic, White Brocnde Silk.s, of splendid styles.
Rich Brocade Silks, for Ladies' Mourning
White, Dotted Swiss Muslins, a beautiful arti
ele for Ladies' Dresses,
Rich, E:nbroidered Swiss Mluslins. for Ladies'
Undersk-eeves and 31antillas.
Ladies' White Napoleon Lace Mantillas, of
Ladies' Black Lace Manitillas, of anew and
Ladies' Emnbroidered Cambric and Muslin
Ladid Friilled and. Osborne Collars, of rich
sd eleganit styles.
Laudies' Embroidered Canmbrie, Muslin and
Workedl Mublin B~andam, for Ladies' Puff'Cui's
Jaeontet and Swis-s Mu-din Erlgings and In
setns a beauatiful assoritmeint of new pat-ernms.
WVhite man. Colored Tariatan Muslhins. for La
liu' Evening D)resses.
Black Figured Bareges, a new and beautiful
article for La-dies' Mourning Dresses.
Hoyle's Printed Lawns, of new styles, war
-anted fast colors.
Nazamrine Blue and Grecn Tissues, for La
Alexanders Ladies' Kid Gloves, a large as
Ladies' and Gentlenmen's Gomtlet Gloves, and
Ladies'Blinek and White Sill: I lose.
Ladies' S3andal Wood and Spanish Fans, of
sew and eleaant styles.
Ladieb Silk lDridal Fans, of splendid styles
uitable for Bridal presents.
Superior Fancy and Mourning Prinsts and
Thle public arc respectfully invited to call and
xamine the ablove, with a great varety of other
rtiles suitable for the present scasun.
March 11 'f 8
Y Friends and customners can find me in
LLthe house below Hocllingsworth & Niehbo
as, and'as usual will make to order, for CA SII,
Fine Drees Boots...............7- 00
do Pump Boots................8 00
do Double Sole Water-Proof.0 00
All other kinds of work at the lowest price.
Excellent Work, good Fits and superior style,
~uarantied to all those that may lfavour me with
call. WM McEVOY.
Jan 29 tf
Land for Salc.
HE Subscriber ofl'era for sale the lands be
I longing to the Estate of Joseph Moore,
One Tract containing about seventy-seven
res, adjoining lands of James Rlainsford', S.
3ristie and others.
One other Tract containing five and a half
res, adjoining lands of Dr. E. J. Minms, Mrs.
. T. Moore and others.
The above Lands lies near the Village ad a
ortion of it is well timberaed and can be pur
hsed at private sale on liberal term's.
E. PE3NT, Ex'or.
Feb 12' tf 4
Fresh Garden Seeds.~
JSTE frecie a large supply of GA RDEN
SED rmthe celebrated Seed establish
net of Comistock,'-Ferre &c., Wethersfleld,
onn. The Subscriber .has had an opportunmty
if testing the quality of seeds grown at the
bve establishment, and can confidently r
ommend them to be of superior quality.
For sale by G. L.. P'ENN, Agent.
DR. A. i. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist,
rpAKES this method of returning his thanks
1to his friends and patrons, for the patron
age he lJas received in the sale of Drugs, Medi
He is now receiving an addition to his already
extensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Stafys, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop 1urniture, &c.
THE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
Of his own and Northern make,
Frencli Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, Hair, it, Shoe and Tanners Brushes.
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds,
made under his own supervision in strict
accordarce with the U. S. Disp'ry.
The most Reputable Nostrums,
All of which lie will sell at prices that will
compare favorably with any Southern market.
Those wishing to purchase articles in his line
will do well to call and examine his Stock and
Edgefield C. H., Jan 22 tf I
Messrs, Bushnell & Witt,
T AKE this method of informing their friends
and the public that their Machine Shop is
now in complete operation.
They are prepared for building
Pannel Doors and Windows, Sash,
Blinds, Door Frames,
and all other articles in the Joiner's Business.
-A L A 0
Bedsteads, Tables, Wash-Stands, &c
kept constantly on hand for sale.
CAB IN E T W O RK,
made or repaired to order.
Sash will be furnished filled with glass and
Those wishing work in our line, will please
call and examine our Stock and prices before
buying elsewhere, and learn that as good work
can be done at Edgefield Court House, as can
Feb5 t 3
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
BY H. T. WRIGHT, Esq., Ordinary of
Whereas, Enock J. Lake, has applied to
me for Letters of Administration, on all and
singular the goods and chntties, rights and
credits of Julia flobbs, late of the District,
These are, therefore, to cile and admonish
all and singitlar, the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased. to be and appear before imc
at our next Ordinary's Court for the said Dis
trict, to be holden at Edgefield Court House
on the 26th instant, next to show cause if
any, why the said administration should not
Given under my hand and seal, this the
Sit day of March, in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two,
and inl the sevcnty-sixth year of Ameian
Independence. H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
3March 18 2t 9
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
BYU .WRTGIIT, Esq., Ordinary of
WVhereas, Davis J. Gilchrist hath applied
to me for Letters of Administration, on all
and singular the goods and ebattles, rights
and cretdits of Sarah Findleyr kite of the
District, aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite- and admornish
alhl and singulair, the kindred arid creditors of
the said deceased, to be and appear before rie
at. our inext Ordinary's Court for the said Dis
trict, to be holden at Edgefield Court House
on the 26th day of MarchI instant, to show
eause, if aiiy, 'why thte said administrationi
should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this the 26th
daiy of Mlarch ini the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hiuitdre'd and fifty-two, and in
the seventy-sixth year of American Indepen
dence. HI. T. WVRhGIIT, 0. E. D.
Mrb18 2t 9
STATiE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
T)Y UI. T. WRIGH! ', Esq., Ordinary of
I) Edgefield Dist rict.
Whereats Frances O'Connor hath applied
to tme for Letters of Administration, on all
and singular the goods mid ehatties, rights
and credits of Wilitam Noble, late of the Dis
trict aforesaid, deceased.
These anre, therefore. to cite and admonisit
all and singular, the kindred and. creditors of
the said deceased, to be and appear before
me, at our next Oriasr;f Court for the said
District, to be hoiden at 1Edgefield. lionse,
on tihe 26th day of March instant, to show
ause, if any', why the said admuinistrattion
should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, titis the 1 0th
day of March, in tihe year of onr Lord one
tousaimd eight hundred aind fifty-two, and in
the seventy-sixth year of~ American Indepeni
dence. It. T. WR IGH T, o. E. D.
March 18 2t 9
MY eelebrated JACK
Don Pizaro, Sired
by the inported Don Pisa
ro, will siand the ensuing
spring Season, at Pine Plea
sant, at $6i,00 the Season ;
$8,00 to insure a Mare with
foal, and $l0,00 to insure a live Colt. Mares put
aid transferred, the iinsurance money will be
claimed. rTe Jack will'not be moved from tle
Subscribers stable durinig the season.
J. B. COLEMAN.
Feb 5 t f 3
aLpros indebted to the estate of Henry
. F'receman, dee'd., will come forward
imm4ediate.ly ad imake payment and those hav
ing demitands will render them in properly at
tested. J. H. JENNINGS,.Ex'or.
Jan 3 ly 5
Land for Sate.
I Would be glad to sell one hundred acres of
Jthe tract of land on whtichi [live. Wh'lat I
propose to part with is all wvoodland, and pie
isely four miles front the Village, on the Co
lumiin Road-an excllenit situation, for at pheas
ant residence:, A. SIMK INS.
D~ee 10 tf 47
T H.OSE liaviing demands against thte Estate
Lof Abter Peterson, dee'd., will render them
in properly attested aecordiug to law, antd all
those indebted will make immediate payment.
S. J. WATSON, Admn'r.
J.,,n2 - m -1
WHOLEALE & R]
READY MADE CLOTHING, .
UNDER TH E U. S. H
J M. NEWBY & C., are now receivinn
. of Readv Made Clothing ever oflered
and most impsoved styles of manufacture.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS, YOU']
g-|f Country Merchants, and all persons,
call and examine our Stook for themselves
T HE Subscribers are now receiving direct
the LARGEST and BEST ASSORT'
COMBS, BUTTONS, PINS, 1
Together with a large an elegant Stock
SUSPENDERS, PURSES, BEA
Gold and Silver Pencils ar
Of every style and pattern, together with a I
School and Miscellaneous
W'grOwing to the great senrcity of ao:
termined to sell Goods this season lower thl:u
gg' Merchauts from the country will I
Augnsta, Ga., Nov. 26, On
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE
IN o. 2,
T WILL attenol at the following places herein
I after tspecified to- collect the General and
District Tax for the year 1851.
At Dorn's, onThursday, Ist A pril.
" Smyley's, J0on " Friday, 2.1
"Allen's, " Saturday, 3d
" Edgefleld C H " Monday, 5th "
" noper's, " Tuesday, Gth
" H-amiburg, " Wed'day, 7th "
" Beach Island, " Thursdaty, ftl A
" Grneville"!', 9tt
i cnclos, " Monday, 1 2th "
. Joh~nsn's, "~ Tuisiy, 13th "
" Smtyleys,. Wmis a Wed'day, 1-4th "
" Ridlge, " Thursday, 1 5th "
" WilJHol'ston's, " Friday, I36ith "
"Wise'zs, " Saturday, 17th "
" hin~ehart's, " Mlondday, luth "
" I lavird's, " Wred'day, 21st "
" Perry's, " Thursday, 22d "
" Coleman's, " Friday, 23d "
" Richardlson's, " Saturday, 24th"
" Nickerson's, " Monday, '26th "
" Moore's, Nick. " Tuesdasy, 27th "
" M~osley's, " Weud'day, 28th "
" Streppard's, " Thursday, 20th "
" Cheathamn's, " Friday, 30th "
"Scott's. " Saturday 2-trh "
"Edgetield CIH. " Monday 1st May.
After which titme my books' will close.
II. 11. H ILL, Tr. C. E. TP.
P. S.-The law requires the owners or tSlaves
to pay the Taxes to the Tax Collector. If per
sons who hire slaves agree to paty taxes, they
should pay it to the owners.
Feb 20 tf 0
New Family Grocery!
S. E. BOWERS,
At the corner opposite Roinsons's Jh!ardnre Store
and fronuttng the Americans HoicL,
llasvaG, S. C.
R)ESPECTFULLY ittformas his friemtls and
1the publie generally, that hte has opened a
lNew Grocry Store,
here he will keep constantly on hand, a chice
stok of FAMI LY GROC ER IE S. G LASS
AND CROCKERY WAR E, which will be
sold at the lowest market prices.
The public are earnestly solicited tn call and
xmine my stock before buying elsewhere. atnd
every exertion on my part, will be umade to satis
fy those that call.
There is now in Store a large supply Sugars.
ot'es. Teas, Molasses, Syrups, Wines, Liquor,
Porter, Mustard, Pepper, Spices, G3inger. Nut
megs. Cloves, Rice, Flour~, Uncon, Lard, Cheese.
Blutter, Tobacco, Segars. Snun, Pouwder, Sh~ot.
Lead, Lasmp and Paint Oil,'.
AIso,. Tubs,. Buckets. Churns, Brooms, Brush
e, Ibleliing, &e.
Also, 20,000 lbs choice BA CON $I-DES, and
2.000 lbs John Fitch & sotn EXTR A HIIAiS.
August 7,. f 29
State of South Carolina,
Briton Mims and others,
vs. BillW for Parina
James R. Garrett, and Account.
William. Garrett and othersJ
IT appeaifg that the Defetndants Janme
R . Garrett, Willirmi Garrett, Thomas S.
Garrett, Abram Martin and his wife Caroline
A. V. Martin, WVilliam H. Garrett, Elizabeth
S. Burt, atnd B. C. Sparks and his wife Mlary
tnn F. Sparks, reside without the luimits of
this State, on motion of Mr. CAnnotJ, Phii
tiff's Solicitor: Ordered, that the said De
fendants, demur, :plead or answer to the
amintiff'as bill of Complaint, within three
nvontls from the' publication of this Order,
or the said bil[- will' be taken. pro confesso
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Feb 25 3m 6
/VhOUSE AND LOT containing about two
.e acres, one and a half mies from Edlgefleld
on the Columbia Road. There are on the .LIot
awell of good water and all neecssay outbuild
ings for a small family.
The place will be sold for Cash- ov on time,
-the purchase mioney being amply secured
and immediate possession given.
it Apply at this O~ice.
rBY & C00.,
3TAIL DEALER IN
[RUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c.
OTEL AUGUSTA, GA.
the LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT
i this city. Their Stock consists of the latest
L s o
'HS' AND CHILDRN'S CLOTHING
isiting our city, are respectfully solicited to
from Manufacturers, both North and South
EEDLES, RAZORS, SCISSORS
DS, WALLETS, PORT-MONIES
d Pens, Spectacles, &c., &c.
~S AND'f MIRRR,
ull and cheap Stock +-f
Books, Paper, Ink, &c., &e.
iey in the country, the Subscribers are deter
any House in Charleston ior Augusta.
lease call and examine for theinselves.
DUNIIA.31 & BLAKELY.
THE MSOST POPULAlt
OF' THE AGRt
U'sed by Physicians of Hi1gl Standing.
There BITThiIs remove- alt morbid secretina,
pu~rity thme blonid, give great tone anid Tigor ton tihe
digestive organ5, fortify the eystem against ali future
discase, can lbe takena with safety, at no time debiii.
titing time patient-being grateful to tihe most deli
cate stoirnch, and remarmkable for thecir cheering,
inv igmlrntinig. at:rengthmeninmg, sod restoratve propecr
ties, anid an junvaluuble ail sure remedy for
DYSPEPSIA IN ITS WORST FORMS.
Also, Liver Cnmlinmtm, .sanodice. Ilieurthurara, Cos.
tisenmess, Faintness, Diisordlers of time Skin amnd i.iver,
Loss of Appemtite, l.mmw Si~irits, N ervaius Ilendtche,
(GiddtincssI laipitation, of tihe hleart. Sinmlifug amnd Full.
ess m:f W~eighmt at tihe Stomachm amid all other dliseases
caused bmy an nimure state of tihe bhloo, liver, etc.,
which tend to debilitate and weaken the system.
Who, suffer from a morbimi and unmnatuiral conditior,
-will find this 31edicine of
Inm amu. cassm of GENE.I1AL DEBILITY, this Medi
einme ACTS LIKE A CIIAltM !
Have tested its eioacy, and thoaandts more are now
nsmder treatment ; and- nt one solitary case of failure
hasr.ret been reported. Volumes could be fdhled with
eertificates of those who have been pernmanenmtly
tall on the Agent, and get a P'ANPIHLET,
Conmtaining thme tertificat:s of tenmarkabule Cures, ammd
the hm:gh estimation in which this Nedicin is held
by the 1rubiic l'ress-canm be hamd of the Agente, free
'Solit by all the Genuine .Nedticine Depests in the
z* Price 50 aents per Large Bottle.
Principal Odice,. 122 F'ULTON ST., N. Y., up staiss
For sale at Edgefield C. H., by
A. (G. TEAGUE, AGENT.
Sept. 4 ly 33
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA.
L. H . Mundy 1 Original Dill and
and others, |Bill of Reviver
es. . and Supplement
Samuel Perrin, A dm'tor of I for Marshalling
R. P. Quarles and others. J ausets, d-c.
IT' appearing to simy satisfaction thazt the defen
Ldants, William B. lErnunon and George W.
Brannonm, reside without the liumits of the State,
on mmotion of Mr. Carroll, Plaintitf's solicitor,
k is ordered that the said defendanita, demur,
plead or answer to the said Bill, within three
monthsa from thme publicaition of this order, or the
said Bi will be taken pro confesso agatinst them.
A RTH UR SI1KINS', C E D.
Jan 21, 1S52 :hu~ 1
ALL Notes due the Subscriber, individually
or as Executomr, are plaicedi in the Bank of
Hamburg, for collection. Those inldebted will
please omake imsmsediate paynment.
Dr. John M. Gaiphin, will aot as nmy A ttor
ney, durinag my absence from the State.
Dec 23, if 7
A L thos Indebted to the estate of Charles
A . Logan, dee'd., are required to mnake
paymnt, and those having; demands to present,
- M. W. LILES, )
A. NIX, . Ad'rs..
E. P. IIOLLOWA Y.)
AUNDICE, DYSPEPSA, CHRONIC OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM
I Disordered Liver or Stomach, such as Con- t
tipation, Inward Piles. Fullness or Blood
to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau
sea, Heart-hurn, Disgust for Food, Fullness
or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations,
Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the Stom
ach, Smnimming at the Head, Hurried and t
Drifcult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart,
Choking or Suffocating sensations twhen in a
lying posture, Dimness of Vision, Dols or I
Webs before the Sight, Ferer and dull pain
in the Head, Deficiency or Perspiration, Yel- I
lowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the j
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, 4-c., Burning in I
the Flesh, Sudden Flushes of Heat, Con- I
stant Imaginings of Eril and Great Depres
sion of Spirits, can be effectually cured by
ELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS
DR. C. l. JACKSON,
AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
T HEIR power over the above diseases is not
.excelled-if equalled-by any other prepara.
ion in the United States, as the cures attest, inl
many cases after skilful physicians had failed.
These flitters are worthy the attention of inva
lids. Posseswing great virtues in the rectification
of diseases of the Liver and lesser glands, exer
ciing the most searching powers in weakness and
allections of the digestive organs, they are withal,
afe certain and pleasant.
Read and be Convinced!
The editor of the " BosToN BEE," said, Decem
ber 22nd, 1850:
Da. HooFLAND'S CELERIIATFD GERMAN BIT
TERS for the cure of Liver Complaint. Jaundice,
Dyspepsia, Chronic or Nervous Debility, is deser
vedly one of the most popular medicines of the
day. These Bitters have been used hy thousands,
an.l a freind at our elbow says he ha' himself re
ceived an cffeetual 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 ued by persons
with the most delicate stomnehs with safety, um
der any ciretmnstances. We are speaking from
experience, and to the afflicted we advise their use.
" SCOTT'S WEEK LT," one of the best Literary
papers published, i-aid,
"Dr. HOOFLAND'S GuaMiAN BITTERS, manu
factured by Dr. Jackson. are now recommended
by some of the most prominent members of the
ficulty as an article of much ffeicacy in cases of
female weakness. As such is the case. we would
advise all mothers to obtain a bottle, and thus save
themselves much sickness. Persons of debilitated
constitutions will find these Bitters advantageous
to their health, as we know from experience the
salutary eiect they have upon week systems."
The " PIttLAtiLrutA SATUanDAi GAZETTE,"
the best family newspaper published in the United
States, says, of these valuable Ditters:
"It is seldom that we recommend what are
tcrmed Patent Medicines, to the conifidence and
patrouage of our readers; anal therefore when we
recommend Dr. JHolflanid's Gernan litters, we
wish it to he distinctly understood that we are not
speaking of the nostrums of the daiy, that are
noised about for a brief perioil and then forgotten
after they have done their guilty raee of mischief,
but of a' medicine long established. universally
prized, and whila has met the icarty approval of
the faculty itself."
Eviulence novn evidence las been received (like
the foregoing) from all sections of the Union. the
last three years. and the strongest testimony in its
favor, is. that there is more of it used in the prac
tice of thme regular Physicians of Philadelphia,
than all other nostrunts combined, a fact that can
easily be established. and folly prorinag that a sci
entific preparation waill meet with their quiet ap
proval when presented even in this furtm.
T1hat thi. medicine will cure Liver Complait
and IDyspeps ia, no one can doubt after using it as
alircted. It acts specifically upon the attemtnch
and liver; it is preferable to calatmel in all bilious
eseses-the effect is immediare. They can be
administered to ft-male tar infant with safety and
rlible benefit at any time."
Beware of Counterfeiters !
This medicine has attained that high character
wh-ih is necessary fair all medicines to attain to
imbhace counterfeiters tn ruit forth spurious articles,
t the risk of the lives of those who are itnnocent
coic WELL TO TitE NRS OF TitE GENUINE.
They have thec written signature of C. 3M. JA CK
SON upon thae w~rappcr. and his namve bMewn in
the laottle, weithout wchic-h they arc sprrotr.
For sale WfIxolesale anod Retail at the " German
Meiciane Store." No. 120 ArchI street, one door
below Sixth. P'hiladlelphia; and lay respectable
ealers generatlly through the country.
Prices R edu ced
To enable all einasses oif invalids to cnjoy thme
advantageas of their Ereait restorative piowers.
SgNo tE 110TL7 ie:N-ts.
For sale, otn agener, at Edgefiueld (. IH.. by
G. L. PENN.
Augunst 21, ly 31
Jaundire. ScL Ifca d-ache, Dizeiness. Loss oj
Apapetite, Constipation of the Bowtels. Piles,
caused by Costireness. Pain in the Downels,
or Rheumatism, caused by the use of Mercu
ry, S'yphitis, &rof srla, Boils, Ulcer-s, 4-c.
'HIS PREPA A TIr.N is made as pure as po
s ible, Its hitter taste. mid beneficial effects
in diseases of the Liver, and diseases arising from
i impure state of the Blootd, prove it to be the
PUREST AND MIOST USEFUL
preparation of Saraparilla that is made.
Those wtho have us-ed the various' preparations
f Sarsaparilla will flid, by thme taste and effe'ct,
that there is more Sarsaparilla itn one bottle of 1)r.
)ENNIS' preparation, thani in half a dozen bottles
as it i.s generally matde.
Its' alterative and mildly purgative effets upon
the bowels, nmake it inot only a good substitute for
erury.,lbuttuseful in remo~evmag all diseases arising
from the imprtudent use of Mercurv.
Prepared only by J. DENNIS, bl. D., Augusta,
Sold b - A. G. TEAGUE and G. L. PENN, Edge
field C. II.; 1P. 31. CotsEN and CAREY & CoU'rU
titlt, Chiarlestena; BoATwRiGHtT & bHtoT and F.
CaRTIS, Columbia: A. J. CaEiGntToN, Hamburg ;1
V. F-. TUTT, D. hB. Pt~uxs, HAVIL.AND & hRts
E, WV. F. & J. TUaPiN, WV. K. KtTCutEN, Ba
r-r-r & CARaTER, Augusta, Geo., and by Drug
Price-$I per bottle ; G bottle for 85.
Riemneimber to ask for DENNIS' GEOR
June 26, 1851 tf 2
SLL thsoso inde-bted to the estate oif William
fBussey, dee'd., are requted to manke i
nediate payment and those having demands
will present thetm properly attested.
CALEB TA LLEY, Adn'r.
Dc 26 3mx 49
. LL Persons intdebtcd to the Estate of Mui
i1 ton Perkins, dec'd., are trequestedl to make
inmdiate paymient, and all those having any
mnntds against said estate will prese.nt thaemt
FELIX RODGERS, Ex'or.
.Tan 6 ly 51
AND WARRANTS for Stephen W. Mays,
J Sampsotn -3. Manye, Luke Taylor, Giles D).
ims, William Boswell, Caleb Corley, W1. F.
flush, Nattey G. Freemtan, Luike Corley, John
x, John M. Sinmms anid Wesley Marchant,
have been left with ate for delivery by A. M1.
The Claihnts are requested to enli' for them i
n per son. .W . r. BUTLER. 1
MkE GREAT sUMAER MEDICINE!
IMPROVED EXTRACT OF
rellow Dock and Sarsaparilla
OR the cure of all diseases or disorders gene
rated by impure blood. Its great success
stly entitles it to the name of the
Great einterican Specific.
So far as it it, known it is universally apprecia
td. and many eminent physicians use it daily in
heir practice with the most happy efreets, ana.
'rtifr that it is the best extract in existence, and
he onIlv that
STANDS THE TEST OF TIME.
Every year adds to its great popularity, and mul'
plies its astonishing eures. The victim of
Vith Ftpparating glands,honey-combd flesh, aid
aries eating into his bones, finds Gu)sott's Yel.
ow Dock and Sarsaparilla a-balm for his afflic
ions. iis horrible torments are assuaged. and
it, malady not only relieved, but PERMANENT
It may be safely asserted, from the results- of
ast experience, that " Dr. Guysott's ExtFact of
'ellow Dock and Sarsaparilla," is, beyond all
OST W ONDERFIJL RE.MEDYos EAR'H
or the rollowing disenses, and all others proceed
uig from VITIATED BLOOD.
Scrofula or King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate
:utaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Pustule on the
ace, Blotches, Boils, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring
'orm or Tetter, Scald 7iead, Enlargement and
Pains of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers,
yphilitic Lumbago. and Diseases arising from an
Injudicious use of Mercury. Acites or Dropsy,
Exposure. or Imprudence in 1.ife, Liver Complaint,
gue and Fever, Intermiting Fever. Cholera Mor
ms. Dvsentery, Diarrhema, Plethora. of Blood in
he Head, 'ilce. Pains in the Back. Sides. Breast
r Loins, and all forms of Muscular, Glandular
nd Skin Diseases.
It is a sovereign specific for General Debility,
nd the best renovator for a Broken Constitution.
It braces and re-invigorates every organ, promotes
ectivity and regularity in every function. and pro
luce ihat condition of the whole physical a stem,
which is the best security for LONG LIFE!
Let all who wish to purge the blood from the
impurities contracted from the free indulgence of
he appetite during the winter, and to prepare the
system to RESIST SUMMER EPIDEMICS. ax
sor Now to "Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock
and Sarsaparilla." which is proving itielf an anti.
lote for miany of the most malignant diseases that
flesh is heir to, and they will necer be disappointed;
for in this remedy the publie faith has never wa.
vered-never cai wave; for it is founded on ex
perience, just as their want of faith in other and
purious compounds is also fonded in experience.
They FLY FROM1 MINERAL NOSTRUM to
eek hope, life and vigor from this
PURELY VEGETABLE REMEDY.
Therefore, however broken down in health and
pirits, howevel- loathsome to himself and others,
let no one despair of recovery, let the patient only
understand that his hope of physical restoration
lies only in "Guyso-rr's ExTRACT OF VEI..oW
DocK ANt SARsArARILLA,"and persuade him for
his LIFE'S SAKE to try it. and we have no hesi
tation in prelicting his speedy restoration to health.
As a means of regulating all the functions of
WO-31AN' DELICATE ORGANIZA TION,
it has no equal in the materia medica, and at that
critical period of life. when the first stage of her
decline commences. its cordial and invigorating
properties will enable her to PASS THE CRISIS
None genuine unless put up in large bot
ties containing a quart, and name of tie Syrup
blown in the gloss, with the written signature S.
F. Bennett on the mntside wrapper.
gP l'n zcr, $I per bottle-or G bottles for $5
COVIL & 31EAD,
113 Chartres street. New Orleans,
ole General Agents for the outhern tates, to
whom all orders murt be aldreseil.
old I G. I .PENN. Eleield C. It.: WARD
LAW &'DENDY, Abbeville C. I.: PUIATT &
JAMES. Niwberr% C. If.: A. J. CREIGHTON,
. C.; itAV1LAND, RISLEY& CO., Augusta
Junze 5 Cut
LEWIS' STRAW OUTTER,
Tn HE Unadersigm. d takes this opporttunity sif
..Lstatinzg to the public, that lhe will have
nother loti of his Machie renily for mibrt, in
the ciurse of a fe.w days. Persons wanting
these .Unchinze will do well tosend in their or
ders early so as to ensure their being filled.,
Hie refers to the f,llowinzg Certi~eate~s, of the
nany which lie lh:t ri ceived, for additional tes
iony in their favor.
ilamiburg, Oct. 1, tf 37
Wvsos, (Penr.) January 22d 18?5I.
Man. LEvus,-Thze Patent Strawv Cutter which
ou invented, and are now offering to the public,
s a most excellent, article and deserves publie
favor. Two years since I purchased one and
ave had it in' constant use-it has never been
out of re~pair in any respect, atnswering all the
pupssvon recommjuend it for. I most cheer
fully coinend it to farmers in all sections, -and
utld ntot be induszced to part wish the one I hmve,
without the prospect of obtaininig another, for
tie timies it cost.
Respectfully, V. E. PIOLLET.
AUvars-r, (Ga.) Sept 16, 1851.
Ms. Lawzs.-Dcuar Sir : Sonic time since [
itsed one of yotur Straw Cutters to cut roots for
iy repiarati'onz of Georgia Sarsaprarilla. Snoe
of'the rSuots were very 1:ardl and tough.-I amt
happy to snv vour Straw Cutter has far exceeded
zny expectattions. The publie need not fear of
its getting out of order by cutting straw or foil
eler. or by accidentally getting hard substances
in it. Yours, rupectfully,
EnDG.D C. II., Sept. 10, 1851.
ia. Wsz. l.xws,-Sir : In yotur leter y ,
ask how I like the Strawv Cutter I otighit nin
rnu. - I say it excels any thinig of the kind I
ave ever seen, and I could not be induced- to
part wi th it, without the prospect of getting
iitl.r, fer any ecinmon ei.nsidernttion.
WaM. P. BUTLER.
ErLcrr:CLLu C. H.. Sept. 1$, li6-l.
Drnt Sra: I have been using onae of yoaur
trat Cutters o-- somze three ;.r fi ur r~or.:ls,
n m satistwoi tint its advantages over all.
thcr. are suchI that it will recomncd itself to
ecry observer. Its adaptedness to cutting all
cinds of grain, in any desirable lenigth, its security
ci the operator, the mnininmutm of poweVtr required
0 keep it in operation, the dispatch with which
executes its work, combined with ita simplicity
ad durability, must make it invaluable to every
mc that may have use for them.
A. G. TEAGUE.
To Wx. Law'.. Esq., Hamiburg, S. C.
I'E recent calamity by Fire and the extreme
.tightness of the Money Market. renider it
niperious on me to colleet out-stidting debts.
[hope thoe indebted will spare ma thze necessity
f a personzal 'appeal by promiptly responding to
his. W. P. BUTLER.
Jaz 29 tf2
T UST received a large lot of-No. 1, 2 and
3 MA CKEREL, in Kits and half Barrels,
nd for sale by S. E. 1BOWERS,
H am nbirg, Oct 15 t f 3
LL persona iindebted to the estate of J. A.
Perrin, dee'd., are requested to make im
nediato paymnent, and those having demands
usaint said estate will present theta proiperly at.
ested. A. PERRgi, Adm'r.
Oct. 6 Cm 38
L persona indebted to the estate of Lewis
~Collins, dee'd., are requested to make im-.
nedite paymnzzt, and those htaving demandR
gainst the same to present them properly at
sted. J. A. COLLINS, Admzt.