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gSights not all yet Seen !"
T HE Stock of Goods now open for examina
tion at my Store in this Village, will well
compare with the most extensive and fashiona
ble Mercantile houses in any of-the Villages this
side of New York City.
The Stock consists of a great varicty of
Prints, Shawls, Mantles, Bonnets,
AND A GREAT VARIETYOF TRIMMINGS
ef the latest and most beautiful styles.
The Goods have been purchased mostly for
Csn, from the first class of Houses in New
York, and great care has been exercised in
selecting them, "as Goods well bought are
In addition to the Dry Goods Department
will be found a large Stock of
Groceries, Crockery, Shoes., Hats
FLOUR, BACON & LARD,
and a variety of other articles too numerous to
The system of doing business is the same as
customary in this Village, viz: Cheap to punc
tual payers, and a liberal discount to those who
buy for Cash.
April8 3t 12
Spring and Summer Goods!
W1. H. CRANE,
AS just returned from New York with a
large and splendid assortment of
Which he will sel on the lowest terms. He
respectfully invites those who wish to purchase
Goods low to- give him a call. Among then
are many new and beautiful styles of RICH
DRESS GOODS, such as
Rich, Plain, Glace and Figured Silks,
Elegant Printed Grenadines,
Rich Satin Cheek and Printed Barcge,
Fine French Printed Jaconets,
Rich French Printed Organdies,
Fine, Plain and Watered Black Iernani,
Barege DeLaine and Lima Cloth,
Fine Black Bareges and Lawns,
Plain and Figured Bar6ges, low priced,
Printed Muslin and Lawns, very cheap,
B'k Dombazines, Alpacca and Canton Cloths
Rich Black Lace Mantillas, new styles,
Black and White Lace Scarfs and Shawls,
Rich Embroidered Crape Shawls,
Fine do Chenezetts and Collars,
Rich Muslin and Lace Sleeves,
Ladies Needle Worked Jackets,
Rick Silk Embroidered Mantillas,
Mull, Swiss and Jaconet Muslins,
.Jaconet and Swiss Insertings and Edgings,
Scotch Ginghams, fast colored Prints,
Gimps, Fringes and other Tritznmings,
Mourning Ginghams and Muslins,
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, all prices,
Ladies, Gents, and Children's Cotton Rose,
A large assortment of Fans,
White and Brown Linen Drilling,
Irish Linens, Damask Table Diaper,
12-4 Linen Sheeting, Pillow Case Linen,
Fine French and English Drap Ete,
12-4 White and Colored Marsailes Quilts,
And a great variety of other Goods.
(0, First Dry Goods Store beloi, the United
April 8 t 12
New Family Grocery!
S. E.. BOWKERS,
.A tlie corner opposite R-obisason.'s Hardicare Store
and fsontag the American Hotel,
* HAtZBURG, S. C.
P ESP'ECTFULLY informs his friends and
the public generally, that be has opened a
New Grocery Store,
where he will keep constantly on hand, a choice
stoek of FAMILY GROCERIES, GLASS
AND CROCKERY WAR E, which will be
sold at the lowest market prices.
The public are earnestly solicited to call and
examine my stoek before buying elsewhere, and
every exertion on my part, will be made to satis
fy those that call.
There is now in Store a large supply Sugars,
Coffees, Teas, Molasses, Syrups, Wines, Liqiuor,
Porter, Mustard, Pepper, Spices, Ginger, Nut
mnegs, Cloves, Rice, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Cheese,
Butter, Tobacco, Segars, Snuff, Powder, Shot,
Lead, Lamip and Paint Oils.
Also, Tubs, Buckets, Churnms, Brooms, Brush
es, Blackin~t, &e.
Also, 20,000 lbs choice BA CON SIDES, and
2.000 lbs John1 Fitch & Son EXTR A H AMS.
'August 7, tf 29
List of Letters,
R)EMAINING in the.Post Office, at Edge
IAfield C. K,'April 1st, 1852.
Adams, James Loebe, Josiah
A buey,'Jamecs Merchant, WXm
Avrv, John 2 Murrell, S G
Arn'ald, Martha Mobley, E P
Boyd, Philip Matheny, James H
Berkett, Ihenry McCollough Eliz.
Butterworth, A IH Mansfield, Perry
Burtank, S B Napper, T D
Bryant, B Prescott, llaley
Bush, Williamn Porter, John C
Banks, Julius Perry, Mary
Buskey, John Pellman, J M1
Barrenton, Miss Julia Prescoat, Mrs L
Cird, Rebecca P'lunkett, J L
Bayly, James L Pennington, J L
Bobo, WV M Rhoder, R
Belton, Wm Redwood. WVm
Chandler, Mr. Rotten, B L 2
Cloud, Satrah Riddle, Wmn
Cloy, Dr R Rountree, WV D
Danmron, John Russ, S A
Dobi, S Roberts, G WV
Denney, David Soney, Miss M A
Elder, H B Spragans, Sarah
Foster, Wmn H 3 Swearengin, Miss C
Freeman, S B Swearengln, Eliz A.
Freeland, Eugene Smith, John WV
G~erwin, Esq., A WV Stone, 'Willis
Gallmsan, H- B Stlsworth, James or
Gordan, Wm his Heirs,
Grice, M - Slimeon, Mr
Griffin, C B Stewart, C W
Golman, J 31 Trhrailkill, L
Gardner, Samuel Thomas, John 2
Golden, Rt C Thacher, Blenj
Goode, Thos P Taylor, Susan
Hamilton, Lucy V Thorenton, John G
Hlolstoni, Wade Turner, James
Hale, F L Williams, John S
Hoyt, Mr Wise, Jarrett
Jennings,, Miss S Williamns, W~m
Jones, Charles 2 Wells, Jester
Kincaid, C B 2 Williams, John
Kemps Mrs- S Z Williams, Adm'or. of
Logan, George- estate of J Watly,
Love, Wesley Walker, Sarah E
LaBorde. John Wright, Z C
Lamar, Sr., P' G Williams,
G. L. PENN, P. M!.
A pril 8 3t 12
PDECEIVING and now in Store a large
Ib supply of MOLASSES, of excellent quali
ty, which is offered for sale, L~ow Fema CAsm l'
Thoso who wish to purchase by the Barrel will
do well to give mec a call before purchasing else
where. G. L. PENN1, AGEN'T.
March 18 tf 9
JULST received a large lot of No. 1, 2 and
3 MA CKEREL, in Kits and half Barrels,
and for sale by S. E. BOWERS.
mburgm, Oct r; tf 39
S. S. TOUPKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
00 OFFICE immediately in rear of the Cour
Jan 22 tf 1
G. W. LANDRUM,
, LL Practice in thi Courts of LAW an
VIEQUITY for Edgeridd and Lexingtol
Office in Law Range, Edgefield C. II.
Jan 16, tf 52
WILL be found at all times in his Office,
Edgefield Court House, near the PLAN
le will attend promptly and strictly to busines
in his profession.
Nov.14 if 51
W IM. ff. H I L L, ff. D.,
O FFERS his professional services to the citi
zens of our Village and Distriet. Havinj
graduated at the University of New York, witl
high honor, where he availed himself for the las
two years, of the advantages to be derived fron
the Eye and Ear Infirmary, various IIospitals
&c., &e., offiers his services to his fellow-citizen
with the hope that he will prove worthy of
share of their patronage.
0' Room at the SrANx IIOTEL, No. 7.
Oct 2, tf 37
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PARKER.
Address Edgefield C. II., or Sleepy Creek
P. o., s. C.
March 11 ly 8
JAMES M. DAY,
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Permanently located at Edgefield C
II., offers his professional servicci
to the citizens of the Village and
its vicinity ;1and will attend to any call he ina
have either in the Village or Country.
All operations warranted.
March 13. 1850. ti 8
I'or Tax Collector
F. W. BURT.
B. F. GO0UD1)E,7
JOHIN QilATT LEBUM,
HENRY H. HI LL.
ELIJAH T. RAUCIT.
BA RNEY 31. LA3MAR,
WILLTAM L. PARKS,
L. A. BROOKS,
J1 ' US DAY.
Fl'LIX E. BODIE,
R. S. KEY,
VIRGIL 31. WHITE,
W. F. DURISOE,
Edgefield Male Academy,
A TEACI ER is wanted to take eharge 0
the Edefield Male Aci'leny. The appli
cant must be a TEA CHER by PROFESSION:i
one who has experience in his business, and am
ply qualified for preparing young men fo.r th<
South Carolina College. To a man of suitabhi
qualifications, the place offers many inducemnents.
Address the Trustees.
N. Ts. CGRfFFN. '1
.1ITlN IIA UtKETT, e
R. T. MIlS. .J
Nov 28~ tf 45
NEW BOOT k SHOE FACTORY!
.(Next door to SeLLSv~A & BROTHER.)
UTI REmay be had BOOTS 4- SHIOE
T faldescriptions, made of the
Ily the BEST WORKalEN !
A large Stock of Ilomle made Plantation Bro
gans of the best quality. Planters are invited t(
Upper, Sole, Iharness and Belt Leather uipor
goodl termis for cash.
Mlr. J1. D.. TImnIE-r-rs the Foreman of thiu
Estaiblishttmnt, will fill all ordlers for mtaterias
and excute all orders fotr work with despatch.
11. T. MIMaS, Propriett.
Jan8 tf 51
ALOT of FRESII GARDEN SEEDS,
A fine lot of Ilollow or Pot Ware, which will
be sold very low for cash or punctuail huyers.
Jahn 6, tf 51
\LL, those indebted to the estate of Willanm
?. Garrett, dee'd., are regnetsted to mtase
payment forthwith, anti those having demzands
against said estate will render them ini properly
attested, accordling to law.
WaM. G. IIAADOND,
THOS. GaltUETTr. S
FebS 5if 3
A LL~ those indebted to the estate of Nathas
1.Norris, dlee'd., arc reqfuestedl tto make pay
mecnt forthwith, and those having dlemnaiin
against said estate will please present then. im
mediately, properly attested according to law.
N. A. NORRIS, Adm'x.
March 41 ' Gim
A LL persons indelbted to the Estate tof E. II
LINorris, dee'd., will please comre fotrward
and make promptlt p~ayment, and tho~se havinug
diemands against said estate, are reqjuested to
render themi ini properly attested.
N. A. NORRIS, Adm'r.,
J U LIA A. NORtRIS, A dm'x.
March 4 3m?
Boot & Shoe LMakers Wanted,
T WO FIRST RATE Doot Makers,
and three or four good Shoe Mlakers,
one of them a firit rate Peg Workman, can find
emnployment by applying to the Subscriber at
Edgefield C. I.
Rt. T. MIS.
Jan 1 'tf 52
ll- The South Carolinian, will give the above
four weekly insertions and forward account to
iLL slndebted to the estate of Charles
B.Logn, dee'd., are required to nmake
payment, and those having demands to present
them properly attested.
M. W. LILES,)
A. NlX, Ad'rs.
E. P. H1OLLOWAY.
Feb 19 11_ hm 5
Larnp and~ Traiun Oil.
fOR SALE at the Shoe and Leather Store
.L'ofR. T. Mats, a first rate article of LAMP
OIL, at reduced prices. Also, TRAIN and
NEATS FOOT OILS.
March 18 tf 9
J. M. NEW
WHOLEALE & RE
READY IADE CLOTHING, T
UNDER THE U. S. H(
T M. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving 1
). of Readv Made Clothing ever offered in
and most improvcd styles of manufacture.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS, YOUT]
C:- Country Merchants, and all persons vi
call and examine our Stock for themselves
T IHE Suberibers are now receiving direct
the LARGEST and BEST ASSORT3
COMBS, BUTTONS, PINS, N]
Together with a large an elegant Stock o
SUSPENDERS, PURSES, BEAID
Gold and Silver Pencils ani
Of every style and pattern, together with a fu
School and Miscellaneous ]
07'Owing to the great scarcity of nion<
termined to sell Goods this season lower than
::f" Merchants from the country will ph
A agnsta, Ga.. Nov. 26, Gm
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist,
r 3AKJES this method of returning his thanks
T to his friends and patrons, for the patron
age he has received in the sde of Drugs, Mcdi
le is now receiving an addition to his already
extensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop Furniture, &cc.
THlE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
Fine Cigars anid Tobacco,
PE RFUME RY
Of his own and Northern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, Unir, Hant, Shoe and Tanners Brushes.
Tinctures &k Medicinal 0ompounds,
made under his own supervision in strict
accordaree with the U.S. Disp'ry.
The mnost Reputable Nostrums,
All of which lie will sell at prices that will
copare favorably with any Sout hern miarket.
Those wishing to purchase articles in his line
w~il do wvell to call and examine his Stock and
Edgefield C. IH., Jan 22 tf I
Messrs, Bushnell & Witt,
r AKE this method of infoirming their friends
Iand the public that their Maichinie Shop is
non' in complete operatio.n.
They are prepared for building
Pannel Doors and Windows, Sash,
Blinds, Door Framecs,
and all other articles in the Joiner's Business.
--A L 5 0
Bedsteads, Tables, Wash-Stands, he
kept constantly on hand for sale.
C AB I NET WO0R K,
made or repaired to order.
Sash will be furnished, filled with glass and
Those wishinig work in our line, will please
call ttnd examiine outr Stock and prices b~efore
buying elsewhere, anid learn that as good work
ca be done at Edgefield Court llouse, as can
Feb 5 tf 3
-- Land for Sale.
T H E Subscriber offe'rs for sale the lands he
ilonging to the Estate of Joseph aloore,
One Tract contaitning about seventy-seven
acres, adjoining lands of Jamtes Rinsford, S.
Christie and oithers.eotinn vendaal
One other Tractco-innfveadahl
acres, adjoining lanids of Dr. E. J. Mimas, Mrs.
L. r. Moore and others.
Theli above Lands lies near the Village and a
portion of it is well timbered and can be pur
ehased at privte sale. on liberal termss.
E. PE3 N, Ex'or.
Feb1 l. tf 4
O F A LT DESCRIPTIONS, may he had at
the Tannery for CAsu.
Also Tatnner's and Neat's Foot Oil; the latter
the best article for Harness.
Cash paid for 1hides atnd good Oitk Bark.
All orders addressed to Williams & Christie,
or to Mr. L. M. Munger at the Tan Yard, wil
be pronptly attended to.
R.. T. MIMS.
Fe f 3
OTICE is hereby given to the Distributees
.. ocPeaant Morris, dee'd., and especially
to Pleasant, hendriek, -John, .Joshua, Joseph
and Doctrine 31orris, who live beyond the limsits
of the State, That a finmal settlement on said es
tate will be miade in my oficee on Monday 7th of
.June next. Given under miy hand at my offiee,
this the 3d March, 1852..
All those having demands against the said
estate will present them by the above time.
H. T. WVRIGIIT, o. E. D.
Ordinary's Office, 3d Mar 3m 7
100 Cords Tan Bark- .
WANTED, for which $5,00 per Cord will
Vbe paid, delivered at the Tan Yatd.
R. T. MIMIS.
.... h 4 tf 7
BY & CO.,
TAIL DE ALER IN
RUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c,
TEL AUGUSTA, GA.
hc LARGEST nnd BEST ASSORTMENT
this city. Their Stock consists of the latest
IS' AND CHILDRN'S CLOTHING'
siting our city, are respectfully solicited to
ron Manufacturers, both North and South
EDLES, RAZORS, SCISSORS
S, WALLETS, PORT-MONIES
Pens, Spectacles, &a., &c.
I and cheap Stock of
3ooks, Paper, Ink, &c., &c.
v in the country, the Subscribers -re deter
'ny House in Charleston or Augusta.
ase call and examine for themselves.
DUNHAIUM & BLAKELY.
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE,
N o. 2.
I WILL attend at the following places herein
after specified to colled the General and
)istriet Tax fur the year 1851.
At Dorna's, on Thursday, 1st A pril.
Smnyley's, John" Friday, 2d "
Allens, "Saturday, 3d "
" Edgefield C H " Monday, 5th "
Roper's, " Tuesday, ith "
" Hamburg, " Wed'day, 7th "
" Beacha Island, " Thaursd ay, 8th "~
" Graniteville, -" ~ay, 9th "
" Uatcr's, " ~uray, 10th "
" Pine lluh -12th "
" .Jlohnson's. . " Tuesday, 1:kh "
a" Smayley's,'Wm. '' Wed'day, 1 4th "
"Ridge, ". Thursday, 15th "
" Wil Holston's, "' Friday, tith "
"Wise's, "'atuarday, I17th "
"Rhineh~art's, "- Monay~, 19th "
-' MtI Willinag, " Tuesday, 20th "
" IHavird's, " Wed'day, 21st "
" Perry's, " Thaursdaay, 22.1 "
" Colemian's, " Friday, 23d "
" Richardsona's, " Siaturdlay, 2-tth "
" Nickersona's, " Mornday, 261th "
" Moore's, Nick. " Tuesday, 27th "
"' M~osley's, " W~ed'day, 28tha "
" Shwppard's, " Thaursday, 291th "
" Scott's. " Saturday 2-hth "
" Edgefield ClH. " Mtonaday 1st May.
Afte.r which time my books wvill cloise.
11. it H IL L, T. C. E. D.
P. 5.--The law reguires the uowners of Slaves
to pay the 'faxes to thec Tax Collector. If per-'
ons who hire slaves agree to pay taxes, thmey
should pay it to thc ownmers.
Feb 2( . tf 6
State of South Carolina,
Briton Miams and others,
vs. Bill for Part'n
I1mes R. Garrctt, (and Account.
Will i~tam Garrett :and others)J
IT appearing that the Defendants James
R 1. Garrett, Willi::m Garrett, Thomas 8.
Ganrrett, Abram Martini and his wife Carolinte
A. V. Martin, Willinm UI. Garrett, Elizalbeth
S. Burt, anid B. C. Sparks :aand his wife Mary
Ann F. Sparks, reside withaout the limtits ofi
his State, Otn motion of Mr. Can;noL., Platin
iI's Solicitor: Ordered, thaat the s'aidl De
endants, detmur, Tplead or answer~ to time
Paintill"s bill of Comnplaint, withain three
nomths from the publication of this Order,
r the saild bill will be taken pro confesso
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Feb 25 :. 3m 6
STATE OF SOUTH! CAROLINA.
L. U. Mundmay Origrinal Dill and
and others, : iBill of Rericr
v's- r and Suipplemessnt
Smuel Petrrin, A dm'lor of Ifor Mlarshalling
I. P. Quarhes a, 1 others. Jassets, efc.
I T appearitng to my untisfaction that the defen
danmts, William U. Brannon and George W.
Branmona, reside without the imits of the State,
om maotioni of Mr. Carroll, Plaintifl's Solicitor,
it is ordered that thme said defendants. demurn,
liad or answer to the said Bill, within three
months from the pubhiijation of this order, or the
aid Bill will be taken pro confesso against themm.
ARTH UR SIMKINS, C E E1).
Jan 21 852 3im 1
I; Y Friends and customers can fmd' me in
it the house below H.ollingsworth & Nichmo
has, anad its usual will mke to order. for CASII,
Fine Drees Boots.,.............7 0
do Pump Boots........ S (0
do Double Sole *ater-Proof...9 00
All other kinids of i'or'k ait the lowest price.
Excellenat Work, good Fits and superior style.
~uarantied to all those that may fiavour mue with
call. WM. McEVOY.
Jan29 tf 2
LL~ Persons indebted to thme estate of Oliver
A. Towles, are reqluested to .make immediate
ayment, and those having denmands against thme
ame will render them in properly attested.
R. M. SCURRY, Administrator.
LIVERWORT AND TAR.
SA FE and certain cure for Coughs, Colds,
Croup,Asthni, Cotisutmption of the Lungs
ipitting of Blood, Bronchitis, ilooping Cough,
tid all Puhuoniary AfYvetions.
k Lovely Young Lady Cured of,
TinE following is from the pen of Wax. H. Lv
risoN, Esq., the distinguished editor of the U. S
Ililitary and Naval Argus, under date of New
Cork, January 26, 1851. What could be more
It is seldom we permit onrselves to occupy a
'pace in these columns to speak in praise of any
trticle in the patent medicine way ; but when we
ee the life of a fellow creature saved by the use
)f any medicine whatever, we consider it as our
right. if not our duty, to give a simple statemenit
if facts. i hat others may, in like manner, be bene
fitted. The case which has induced us to pen this
trticle was that. of a young lady of our acqutain
ance, who by freqient exposure to the night air, I
contracted a'Cold which settleil on the Lungs be
fore its ravages could he stayed. (This occurred
two years ago this winter.) Varous remedies
were ised, but with very little effect or benefit.-.
The Cough grew worse, with copions expectora
ion, and the'suuken eve, and pale, hollow check,
told plainly that pulmonary disease was doing its
worst on her deliente frame. The fam-ly physi
ean was consulted. and althouigh lie wonld nut
admit to the yotmg lady that she really had the
Consumption,yet lie would give noencourngement.
as to a cure. At this crisis her mother was per
snaded to make use of a bottle of Dr. Iogers'
Compound Syrup of Liverwort and Tar, and we
are happy to state she-was perfectly cured in less
than three months by this medicine alone, after
even hope was destroyed. It is useless to com
ment an such a case as this, for the simple truth
will reach where polished fiction never can. If
any doubt the authentinity of this statement, let
them call at this Office.-U. S. Military and Na
TESTIMONT OP THE PRESS.
From the N. Y. Courier, Aug 13.
DR. IloGEtts' SYRUP oF LivEtwoRT AND
TAn.--We have heard of severil important eures
recently eflected by this excellent medicinal pre
paratioi. and in one instance that came umder our
observation, we can speak confidently. One of
our employees who had suflered severely from a
long stanling cold. durinr the past week com
menced the use of this medicine, and his Cold has
From the N. Y. Mirror, Sept. 2.
TIvER WORT ANt T.%.-Of the virtues of Dr.
llogers' Congh Medicines prepared front the above
articles. it is needless now to speak; its efficacy
in speedily enring Coughs. Colds and other lung
comphhints. which too frequently, if neglected,
result inl Consumption, is too well established in
public confidence to need eilogy now.
From the N. Y. Despatch, Aug 25.
WE have heretofore taken occasion to give our
testiniony in fivor of the curative properties of
)r. Rbogers' Compound Syrup of Liver-wort atnd
Tar, and would here re-peat the advice alreaily
given. for all persons who are alit-ted with Con
sumption, or any of the premonitory symptoms,
to tiake a trial of Dr. Rogers preparation.
' The Genume is signed ANDREw Ront~rts,
on the steel plate etgraved wrapper nround each
bottle, and is sold wholesale and retail by
SCOVIL & 3I'A D,
113 Chnrtres street, New Orleans,
Sole General Agents for the Southern States, to
whom all orders must he adilresed.
Sold, alo by G. L. PI-NN. Edgefield C. I;
WAl llLAW & )-:NI)Y. Ahh-ville C. H1.
piRATT & JAMES. Newberry, A. .. CREIGH
TON. Hamitburg, So. Ca.
April 1 tf 11
LEWIS' STRAW CUTTER.
r lHE Undersigned takes this opportunity of
stating to the public, that lie will have
another lot of his Alachines ready for market, in
the course of a few days. Pecrseos wanting
hese .3lachtines wvill do well to sendl itt their or
ders early so, as to ensure their being filled.
H~e refers to) the fuollocwing Ceriiiientes, of the
manty which lie lias receive-d, for idditiomil tes
timiotty in their favor.
Uanmburg, Oct. 1, if 37
Wvsos, (Pem'tt.) Januatry 2e1d 1851.
1STa. Lt~wis,-he Pn:tent Straw Cutter which
you intve.nted, atmd amre now on'e.rinmg to the pttblie.
is a most excellenit artic~le nntdi deserves puliic
favor. Two venes sinee I putrchassedl one antd
have had it ins conistatnt usc-it lhas never beeni
ut of repair in any respiec-t, nntswerinmg all the
purposes youi rtecomnmil it for. I most eer
flly conmimend it to farmere mi sill secttin5.stad
couldl nout be inidneed to part with the onet I have,
withoutt the prospect of obtaining attothier, for
live times it co~st.
Respetfully, V. E. PIOLLET.
A rafrs-rA, (Ga.) Sept 10t, 1851.
Min. Lnws,-Deur Sir: Sonin ttme since I
usedu onte of your Straw Cutters to cut roots for
my prieparaitions of Geo rgia Sarsapuarilla. Sotme
of'the roots were very hiardl and tough.-I ant
happy to ay yiiur Strawuil Cutter hass far exceededl
tmy xpectautionts. The public need not fe-ar of
its gettitng out o f order by cutting straw (or fod
ler._orn by aceidetntally gettinig bard substantc-s
ini it. - Yours, respectfully,
EDGEFIuv.D~ C. IT., Sept. I10, 1551.
Mia. W~t. Ls~wis,-Sir: .it youtr letter you
tsk how I like the Straw Cutter I hought from
tou. I say it excels anty thiing of flhe kinud 1
have ever sen and I could not be induced to
part with it, without thec prouspect oif getting
atcier, fer aniy cmmnont ertnwiderattion.t
WM1. P. B3UTLERI.
Eecar.rsr.L~n C. H., Se-pt. I8, 1851.
DFAR Sin. I have been tusing ute of your
truw Cutters e-- ~omte three or ftur memb:ds,
md sam salishedt ttant its advantages over all
rithers, sire such that it will reeonmtmend itself to
eery observer. Its sudaptedlness to enitting sill
kinds oh grain,. in any desirab~le length, its security
to the ole-rator, the minimoum of pouwer requir-ed
to keepi it in opleraitioni the' dispnteh with which
it exectutes its work, combhuited with its siplicity
inml durability, tntst maske it intvaluable to ever-y
fn thast umay lhave use for thietn
A. G. TEA'GUE.
To Wu. Lewis, Esq., Hasmtbturg, S. C.
-.For Sale, ~ oi w
110UtSE A ND LOT contaitin not w
nL..eres,one andi at half mnile-s front Edgetield
on the Ceolumbihia looad. Thtere sire ecn the Lot
i well of good water and sall necessary outbuild
ings foer a sunall fanitly.
TIhie pinece will be sold for Caish or on time,
-the pturchlase nmontey being amply secured
uttd immecdiate possion5i~ givent.
117T A pply at this Office. -
F'eb 5 tf 3
T IOSE having demands against the Estate
of A biner Petersont, dee'dI., will render them
in pr-operuly attested aceorditng teo law, and sill
those itndebted will niake immediate panymtent.
S. J. WATSON, Adm'gr.
Jan 22 .,m I
TErecent calamity by Fire and the extreme
Ltigh tness of thte Motney Mairket, retnder it
imperiouts ont mte to collect ouit-standhing debts.
hope those indebted will spare me (lie necessity
>a personaal auppeaul by promiptly respontdinig to
his. .W. IP. 3UTrLR.
Jan 29 tf 2I
A LL~ persons indebted to the estate of Lewis
Collinis, dee'd., aire requested to make i
nediate paymtent, nind those having demands
gaitnst the same to present theta properly ait
ested. J. A. COLLINS, Adm'r.
Oct 30 tI 41
FO.R YOUNG- LAIDARS!
REV. CHARLES A. RAYMOND,
'HE Second Session will commence on the
9th of .lanuary 1852.
The Trustees conigratulate themselves, their
friends and the public, on what they now eon
sideithe permnttenlt eistailithment of an institu
tion of learning of so high a character in their
District. The benefits which their own children,
with others, have experienced during the past
Session, ienables them with the greater confi
dence, to recommend the Institution to tie pat
ronnae of the community.
The School was opened on the 18th of Sep
tenber last, with thirty-one Pupils, and has
since been gradually increasing. It is confident
ly expected that the number in attendance will
be greatly increasedl during the next Session.
The hstitute building now contains seven
rooms, all of which have been built, and are
used, for purposes of Instruction.
A fine apparatus; a large collection of Maps;
Anatomical Charts, Globes, &e; a Museum ofi
Natural 1History a Cabinet (of Minerals and
Shells; furnish unusual facilities for acquiring
a practical knowledge of the different branches
The course of Study is of an elevated charne
ter, and more eompreliensive, than that of most
female institutions of tle highest reputation.
The PaINCPAL devotes the wlia-e of his time
to the super:ision and instruetion of the various
The Assistants are experienced in their difTe
rent Departments, and those only of known sue
eess in teaching are employed.
The Academical year is divided into Sessions
of 14 weeks eqcli. It is of gre-at importance
that the student be present at the commence
inent of tle Session. The Classes are then
formed, and a few weeks delay may aifeet the
standing of the pupil throughout the year.
For Tuition in the Primary Department, 1st Di
vision, per ession,..............$5 00
" Tuition in the Primary Department,
2nd Division,.................... 7 00
" Tuition in the Aendemic Department, 12 00
" " I Collegiate " 15 00
Lessons-on the Piano anl us of Instrnm'nt 18 00
3Nhtodern Lantguages. each.............. . (
Drawing and Sketebing from Nature,... . S co
Painting in Oils. Portrait and Landscape, 15 00
Use of A pparatus.................... Of)
Fuel and enre of Buiblings............ 50
Good Boarding can he obtained in the Vii
Ige including lights, washing. fuel,
&c., at (per mouth).............. 10 of
Pupils entering near the middle or close of
of the Session. are ehnrged from the limie of
entrance to tie end of the sessi.on. No dedne
tiuun for asenee. or other causes, but at the dis
retion of :he Principal.
All bills for Tuition, &e., are payable at the
close of each Sesion.
Books. Stationary andi ainsie. can be obtained
in the Village at reasonable prices.
The Department of Music is under tie super
visiion of onte of the most accurate and necom
p!isled teachers in the State; and it is believed
that unum.tnal facilities are alThrded for aequiring
a thorough knowleilge of this difficult science.
In addition to regular private lessons, the pupils
in this department are divided into classes, and
tndht on the plan of Pestalazzi.
They Jeviote mneh time to exereises. adapted
to traiti the enr. and the voice, and to impart an
esv and brilliant excention.
If they pursue the prescribed course of musi
al ianstructioan, they acqmire the turt of reading
music with facility.
'They are requiredl to he regnlar and systemat
ie in practising daily at the lnstitnte.
The training and cultivation of the voice,
receive an unusual degree of attention. The
science oif Ehaention is here applied, in develop
ing the voice for singing, with grent effeet.
Thie Institution hats been almost wveekly v-isite i
by a large numiber of the ImTiies and genthenien
of our village, who have invariabaly exparessed
the highest degree of saitisfimetion, at wvhat thiey
have heard and seen of the proticiemncy of the
Pupils and the nrraingenment of the Institute.
A md the Trustees have only to add in conclu
sion,. that while in their opianion. thtere are nanny
institutiions of learning deservedly popalar in onr
State. yet there are none whieh enn furnish
reter or miore substantialniavattges to yoting
Ladies thtm that under the charge of Mir. R.av
N. L. (RTFFTN.
S. F. (GoODE, fi
Ti. T. MISl . .*
Jandire. Sick Ifead-ache, Di::inerss. L~oss 0/
A ppetite, Conuination of the Boweels. Pilles,
caumsed biy Costiaveness. P ini in the Borels,
or Rheumatism, r-aused by~, the use of Mercu
ry. Sy p!llis, Scrofula. Boils, Ulcers, <j-c.
rT'lts PR EPA RATION is madlenas pure as pos
I sible. Its bitter taste, andl beneficial efi-hets
in diseases of the Liver, and diseases arisine from
an itnmure state of the Blood, prove it to be the
PU'REST AND MIOST USEFUL
preparation of Sarsaparilla that is made.
Those who h~ave' used thc varioua preparations
of Sarsaparilla will find, by the taste ad effi et,
that there is more Sarsaparilla in one bottle of D~r.
D)Exis' preparation. thatn in half a dozen bottles
as it is generally nmde.
Its nlterative and mihllly purgative efreets upon
the bowels. mnake it not only a good substitute for
Mmernary, buit usefutl in rentoving all diseases arising
from the imupraudent use of M1ereury.
Prepared onuly by J. DENNIS, 31. D., Augansta,
Sold by A. G. TP.AGct and G. L. Pr.xx. Edmte
field C2. II.: IP. 3. (*oas anal Css av & Comnre
atRt. Charleston: 1IoATwRW tmT & anito and F.
Cr arts. Columbia : A. J. Cauttturox. Jtamhurg;
Wt. F. ToTT, D. II. Pmvun. Hatta & RIts
LEsy, WV. F. & 3. Ttn rts. W. K. Kircuss. flin
aETT & (CA aa, Augusta, Geo., and by Drug
Prie-St per bottle ; 0 hotthe for $5.
[' Renmember to ask for DE~NN18' GEOR
IA SARSA PARILLA.
Jane 26i. 1851 tf 23
A LLJ those indebted to the estate of William
IBussey, dee'd., are requiested to make imn
mediate paymuent and those having demands
will presenut thenm properly attested.
CALEB TA LLEY, A dm'r.
Dec20! 3m 49
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Mi!
Ltont Perkinis, dcc'd., are requested to make
mmediate payment, and all those having any
emas pagaintst said cutate will present tinm
FELIX RODGERS, Ex'or.
Jan C, ly 51
I AND W ARR ANTS for Stephen W. Mays,
2 Satmpson B. Mlays, Luke Taylor. Giles D.
lis, William Bloswell, Caleb Corley, W. F.
Bush, Nancy G. Freemian, Luke Corley, John
Cox, John M. Simmins tand Wesley Merehant,
have ben left with mec for delivery by A. M.
The Claimants are requested to call for thema
in persont. W. P. BUTLER.
Jan 1 tf .50
J UST received a good supply of choice SEED
P'OTA TOES, and for sale by
G. L. PENN, Agent
AUNDICE, bYSPEISA, CHRONIC OR
NERVOUS DEILITY, DISEASES O
TIlE KI)NEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM
4 Disordered Lirer or Stomach, such as Con
stipation, Inward Piles, Fullness or Blood
to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau
sea, Hlearl-but n, Disgust for Food, Fullness
or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations,
Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the Stom
ach. Sinnnming at the Head, Hurried and
Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart,
Choking or Suffocating sensations when in a
lying posture, Dimness of Vision, Ds or
Webs before the Sight, Fever and dull pain
in the Head, Deficiency or Perspiration, Yel
lowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
Side, Back, Chext, Limbs, gj-c., Burning in
the Flesh. Sudden Flushes of Heat, Con.
slant Imaginings of ril and Great Depres
sion of Spirits, can be effeetually cured by ,
CELEBRATED GERMA BIT1TERS
DR. C. 11. JACKSON,.
AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
120 Arch Street, Phdadelphia.
T IIHl R power over the nhove diseases isot
excelled-if equalled-by any other prepara
tion in the United States. as the cures attest, in
many capes after skilful physicians had failed. ,
These Bitters are worthy the attention of inva
lids. Possessing great virtues in the rectificatie
of diseases of th Liver and lesser glands, exer
cising the most searching powers ii weakness and:
affections of the digestive organs, they are withal,
safe certain and pleasant.
Read and be Convinced!
The editor of the "BosToN BEE," said, Decem
ber 22nd. 1850:
DR. HooFLAND'S CELEBRATED GERXAN Tr
ErRS for the cure of Liver Complaint, Jaundice,
Dyspepsia. Chronic or Nervous Debility, is deser
vedlv one of the most popular medicines of the
day.' These Bitters have been used by thonsands,
anil n freind at our elbow says he has' himself re
ceived nn efiretunl and permanent cure of Liver
Complaint from the use of this remedy. We are
convinced that. in the use of these Bitters, the pa
tient constatitly gain strength and vigor-a fact'
worthy of great consideration. They are pleasant
in taste and smell, and can be used by persons
with the most deliente stomachs with safety,. un
der any circumstances. We are speaking from
experience. and to the afflicted we advise their use.
" ScoTT's WEFracts," one of the best Literary,
papers published, -nid.
"Dr. HloorLAn's G atttAn ITTERas, mann
facitred h Dr. Jackson. are now recommended
by some of the most prominent members of the
facnlty as an article of much efficacy 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 he.n'th. as we know from experience the
salutary effect they have upon week systems."
The " Pitt L.A DPtrttA SATITRDAT GAzFTTErl."
the best family newspaper published in the United
States. says. of these valun ble Bitters:
"It is seldom that we recommend what are
termed Patent Medicines, to the confidence and
patronage of our renders: and therefore when we
recommend Dr. Ilooflnnd's German Bitters, we
wish it to be distinctIly understood that we are not
speaking of the nostrarns of the day, that are
noised about for a brief period and then forgotten
after they have done their gnilty race of mischief,
M-t of a medicine long established, universally
prized. and which has met the hearty approval o
the faculty itself."
Evidence npon evidTence has been received (like
the foregoing) from aOf sections of the Union. the
last three years. and the stroagesttdatimony in its
favor, is. that there is m'ore of it ased in the prac
tice of the regnlar Physicians of Philadelphia,
than all other nostrums combined, a fact that can
easily be established, and folly proving that a sci
entific preparation will meet with their gniet apu
proval wvheri ientedcVvin in'thiwToi
That this mediine will cure Liver Complaint
and Dyspepts a.n one esinsieet aftadnnkap
directed. It acts specific'ally. upon the stomni'h
and liver; it is prefera ble to calomel in all bilios
dscass-the efl-et is immediate. "Tey enn he
dministered to female or infant with safety and
reliahle benefit at any time."
Beware of Counterfeiters !
'This medicine .has attai'ned that igh c'haracter'
which is necessary for all medicines' to attain to
inince connte'rfe'ier to putt forth spirionut articles
at the risk of the lives of those who are innocent
Lcow WEt.. 'c 'rtr stAnlE OF vanEC OzUt K .
They have the written signatture of C. M..JACK
SON urpon the wrapper, and his name blown in
the' bottle. n'ithout trichd they are spsrions.
For sale wholcenhe and Retail at the - German
Medicine Store." No-. 120) Areh street, one door
below Sixth. Philhadelphtia; and by respectable
dealers generally thironghi the country.
Prices Redu ced
To ennable all c'lasses of' invalids to enjoy the
adva'nitne's of their great restorative powers.
tyna t.Eio-rTt.rE 75 Cc~XT.
For sale, on agency, at Edgefield C. H.. by
G. L. PEN..
Anuanst 21. _____ly -3!
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER
'lIE great remedy for Rheumatism, Gout. Pain
Iin the Side, Ifip, Back, Limbs and .Joints,
Scrofula. King's Evil. White Swelling. Hard Tu
mors. StifyTnints. and atl fixed pains whatever.
Where this Plaster is applied. Pain cannot exist.
It has been beneficial in case of wveakness, such as
Pain and Weakness int the Stomnaeh.Weak Limbs,
Lameness, A I1ection of the Spine, Female Weak
ness. &c. No female. subject to pain or weakness
in the back or side. shonld be without it. Married
ladles, in delicate sitiuations, find great relief from
cntantly wearing this Plaster.
The apiplication of' the P'laster between the
shoulders has been fimnid a certain remedy for
('olds. Coughs, Phlthisie. and Affections of' the
lnntgs tn their prinimry stages. It destroys inflam
nmation by perspiration.
The followving cotumendationr it from.an agent
residing at Trenton. Tlenne-ssee :
TaEsvoY, Gibson Co. Tenn., Nov. 7, 'd9
Messrs. Scor'tt. & MurAn--Gentlemen: The
lie-brew Plaster is becoming popular'in this section.
There is a lady in this conty who says she would
not he without this Plaster for five h'undred dol
hit's a year. The was afflicted for some time with
ani enlargement of the spleen, which gave her a
great deat of pain. The swvellinig and pain had
etended uip nearly to the armpit, and occasionally
ste cotild scnreh' breathe. She was confined for
a considerable tiune. dutring wvhichshe was attend
ed hv some of our becst physicians, btut they gave
her nio relief. She procured a box of the Hebrew
Plaster, and it relieved her alnost immediately,
and nowi she keeps a supply of it on hand constant
Iv. Trhese facts y'ou are at liberty to use as you
think propers--they are substantially true.
Recspectfuiliy, yours &:c..
.TESSEE J1. WELLS.
GY Bctcare of countea'l'its and Base Imitatioas
CAu-,rtox.-The subscribers are the only general
agents in the Southern States for th6isate of this
trulv valuable Plaster; and, in order to prevent
purhasers being imposed on by a counterfeitartI
ele, sold in this City and elsewhere, for the genu
ine, they invite particular tattentioa to the fellow
ing marksa of the genuine :
1. The gentiine is put tip in smooth, engine
turned bottomed boxes, soldered in.
2. The genutine has the engraved head of Jew
David on the directions arountd the box, with ae
companyinug record of court to E. Taylor, Roches
A LSO 'TAKE NOTICE
That the genuine has the signature E. TAYLOR
on the steel plate engraved' hhel, on the top of
each box- to imitate which, will be prosecuted as
The Counterfeit is coarsely put up, in imuuita
tion of the old labels, and is sold by several dea
ers in medicine in this City for the genuine arti
Beware of It-It Is WorthleSS.
SCOVIL & MtEAD,
113 Chartres st.. N. Orleans,
G'al'. Agents for thue Southern States, to-whom
all oriers and applications for agencies must in
variably be addressed.
Sold at wholesale by HA VILAND HARREL,
& Co., and P. M. COff EN,'& C., Charleston ;
and H AVIL AND, KEESE & Co., No.80 Maiden
Lane. New York.
Ju.e 12 6m