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"But give to me when loved ones part,
The gentle word good bye."
The word farewell burst from thy lips,
Checked by the rising sigh;
e My heart was then too full for words,
And I could not make reply;
For I pondered o'er in our parting hour,
The weary days of pain,
Of change and sorrow, perchance of death,
Ere we should meet again.
And I heard thee speak farewell, farewell,
That voice e'en now is nigh ;
My heart kept whispering all the while,
" Good bye, beloved good bye."
Farewell, how dirge-like was the tone,
How mighty in its power;
It fell upon my heart as falls
The frost upon the flower.
0, oft I think of our parting now,
When none but my God is nigh,
I hear thee sigh farewell, farewell,
While I falter out "good bye."
Good bye-yes in that little word
There seems a magic spell,
Which whispers you shall meet again,
This is no last farewell;
And the words I ponder o'er again
Till echo makes reply,
The time shall come when you shall meet,
No more to say good bye.
And oft in the silence of the night
Thy gentle presence beams
Like a star in heavenand thou art near,
In the " glorious land of dreams;"
I listen then to thy sad farewell,
And falter out reply ;
0, we shall meet again my love,
This is no last " good bye."
THE ONLY SON.
The only boy 'mid a dozen girls
Is always a very king
Indulged and petted, his will is law,
And he rules in every thing.
For as father and mother, with loving eyes,
Glance over each cherished one,
The smile of aff'ection sweetest rests
On the darling only son.
Ali ! wo to the innocent, hapless girls,
'Neath an only brothers's sway;
lIe's always spoiling their funny plans
In the most provoking way.
Ile laughs as they search for their hidden toys,
And thinks it capital fun
Ah! 'mid the misehievous race of boys,
There's none like the only son!
They must be content with the poorest things,
Without a word or sigh,
For he always claims the sweetest cakes,
And the largest piece of pie.
- - -~ They must al-ays bear with a patient grace
The mischief that ho has done
For an adept in rognery and prankfulness
Is the petted only son.
lIe throwvs their playthings In the fire,
And laughs to see them burn ;
lIe puts the cat. in his fathers's boots,
And the dog in his mother's churn.
llut his misechief is met by approving smiles,
When 'tis found by whom 'twas done
For what would be blamed in anotlher child
Is praised in. the only son.
- Wit inb Smor.
Bless me ! I'm thirty-nine to-day ; six
feet in my stockings; black eyes, curly
ha~ir, tall and straight as a cedar of Leba
non, and still a bachelor! Well! its an
independant life at least ; no, it iscn'i, eith
er! Here's these newv gloves of mine
full of rips; string off one of my best dick
eys. nice silk hankerchief in my drawer
wants hemming, top button off the w'aist
band of my pants; whats to be done?
How provoking it is to see those married
people so self satisfied and consequential,
the head of their families, as if they had
done the State a great service. Why, as
to children, they arc as plenty as flies in
August, and about as troublesome ; every
alley, and court, and garret are swarming
with 'em; they're no rarity, and any poor
miserabl'e wretch can get a wife-enough
of them, too, such as they are. Its enough
to scare a man to death to think howv
much it costs to keep one. Young folks
have to begin now wvhere their fathers
and mothers left off. Silks and satins,
ribbons and velvets, feathers and flowvers,
cuffpins, bracelets, gimeracks and fol-de
rols; and there's no help for it iD my case,
for if I married a woman I loved, and the'
dear little thing should ask me for my
scalp, I should give it to her, I knowv I
should. Then, there's the tapestry, car
pets and mirror's, and sofas, and otto
mans, and damask curtains and pictures,
and (y-ou must look at the subject in all
its bearings) little jackets, and frocks, and
wooden, horses,. and dolls and pop-guns,
and gingerbread; don't believe I can do
it, by Jupiter! But then, here I sit, with
the of my best boot kicking the grate, for
'want of something to do ; its coming aw
ful cold, dreary wveather, long evenings ;
ean't go. to concerts forever, and when I
do, room looks so much gloomier when
I come back; and it would be cosy to
have a nice little wife to chat and laugh
with: I've tried to think of something
else, but I can't; if I look in the fire, I
am sare to see a pair of bright eyev; even
the shadows on the wiall take fairy shapes.
I am on the brink of ruin-I feel it; I
shall read my doom in the marriage'list
before long-I knowc I shall.
'Tim muddiest place wve know of is
Dogsmisery, a small town in the western
part of the west. The mud is so thick
and deep that the inhabitants when they
get stuck have to wait till the earth, in
its diurnal movement, turns upside down,
and drops them out. The mud often
gets into the people's heads, and renders
their ides awful muddy.
IT is the fashion down in " Old Vir
ginia," for the negroes to wear long
trails of crape, tied round their hats, and
allowed to fall 'down their backs. A
planter one day met a strange nigger on
the road decked out in a superabundant
amount of crape that reached almost to
"Who do you belong to ?" asked the
" Mrs.-, of Albemarle," rep!ied
"Where are you going ?"
" To Massa ---'s furnace; I'ze
been hired to work da."
" You have lost one of your friends,
"Was it a near, or a distant relative ?"
"Waal-putty distant-'bout twenty
Ax UMBRELLA SroRY.-It was Punch
if we remember rightly, who told the
story some years ago, of a man who
loaned an umbrella to a friend, a trades
man in his street, on a wet, nasty day. It
was not returned, and on another wet,
disagreeable day, lie called for it, but lie
found his friend at the door, going out
with it in his hand:
" I have come for my umbrella," ex
claimed the lender.
"Can't help that," exclaimed the bor
rower; "don't you see that I am going
out with it ?"
" Well-yes," replied the lender, as
tonished at such outrageous impudence,
"yes-hut-but what am I to do ?"
" Do!" replied the other, as lie threw
up the top, and walked off; "do as I
A W.STERN LAwYER's appeal to the
jury closed' with the following sublime
Gtnts of the Jewry and the Exorable
Court:-From the Brazos to the land of
injins and ourang-outangs, has the cry of
not guilty echoed ; and from the regions
Rier del Snort to the arkitraves of a wes
tern minister's abby, has the answer come
back, like a clap of thunder in a hazy
morn Joel Scroggs is not guilty! and of*
the Jewry in this 'ere case return a wer
diet of guilty, they'll git licked like thun
der, every wun of 'em. Them's ny sen.
tinents, and I don't care a darn who
knows it. Judge, lend your buwie knife,
till I go and take a drink."
Ax Irishman who was recently sen.
tenced to the House of Correction at
South Boston for a year was set'to work
in a blacksmith's shop. He found the
labor rather hard though, and implored
Capt. Robbins .to change his employ
ment. " Faith Captain," said lie, " If I
have t0 work this way for a year, I shall
die in less than a fortnight."
THERE IS a young lady up towvn wlho
says that if a cart wheel has nine fellou-s
attached to it, it's a pity that a woman
like her can't have one.
TRrNKs without baggage in them, are
generally carried by dandies, showmnen,
A OOon wife is the wvorkmanshiip of a
Hearing is Believing, but Seeing is
New Spring and Summer
7 ILEVV iniforms, the citizens or Ede'filud
.1. and thec surr'ouniding countrmy, that hie is
now~ recceivia a large' and, sp'lendid se'lec(ted
Stock of SPRIN(; r- S'UMMER GOODS,
and' which for Cmur~rnmss lhe defies comzpetitioni.
Thme Stock consists, in part, of
Rich Cr'ape de Laines. Silk Grei' neliis,
Btareges, an entire new article of Robews,
A great variety of Muslins, from 12.A ets per
yard and upwards,
Calicoes of 20n different pat'er'ns, from 20
yards for a dollar andi upwar'ds,
French Ginighamis, at 12 1-2 per yar'd, worth
Jirown Homespun, .'10 yds for one dollar, &e.
Bonnets, TLaces, R ibbons, Wreaths, A rtificials,
Tabs, Parasols, Fans, &'c.
Ready Nade Clothing,
Of every' description, on which he will allow a
discount of 12 1-2 cnts, for CAsn. '
SHOES, BOOTS, HATrS & UMBRELLAS
Papering for IHouses,
of new designs. A lso a beautiful Stoek of Fire
Screens, with Borders to mnatcht.
He ill sell his Goods CIIEA PER thtan they
can be had at any othier similar Establishment.
Call and see and be conivinced.
Newberry C. HI., Mlarch 29, St 11
& N. B.-Corn, Bacon, Meal, and a gene
ral Stock of Groceries kept on hand.
Ready Made Clothing !
J L RICHARDSON & J C. McDJONNALD
LAVE purchased of JOlHN K. 110R A the
11. largest and most fashioniable Stock of
ever ofl'ered in this mar'ket. We have just open
ed in the Store formerly occupied by Mllesars.
Sale & Brown, next door to George Robinson's
Hard ware Store.
Having made ar'rangemnents to get Goods
weekly fronm the most fashzionable Manufacturing
Houses in New York. We feel confident we
can please any of our' friendls who, may give us
a call, both ini pie andi quality.
RICHA RDSON & McDONA LD.
Hlamburg, Feb 19 3m . 5
MIY Friends and customers can find me in
Lthe house below Hollingsworth & Nichio
las, and as usuai will make to order, for CASU,
Fine 1)rees Boots...............7 00
do Pump Boots...............8 00
do Double Sole Water-Proof...9 00
All other kinds of work at the lowest price.
Excellent Work, good Fits and superior style,
guarantied to all those thant many favour mec with
a call. WM. McEVOY.
Jan-29 if 2
A FAIR price will be given for RAGOS. (all
Cotton) by S. E. ]BOW ERS.
HIamnburg, A pril 21 tf I 4
Bolting Oloths !
T lIE Subscribers have now in store a 1arae
andi complete assortment of BOLTING
LOTHS, of the most approved brands,
which will be sold at greaitly r'educed prices for
cash. AGNRWV,lFIShIER &CO.
Ne.bcrr.. ' 11 Anr.il 1 2m I1
:For Tax Collector
WILLIAM L. PARKS,
L. A. BROOKS, f
F. W. BURT.
H ENRY H. HILL.
BARNEY 14. LAMAR,
FELIX E. BODIE,
R. S. KEY,
VIRGIL M. WHITE,
W. F. DURISOE,
S. S. TOMPKI NS, 1
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
117 OFFICE immediately in rear of the Court
Jan 22 tf 1
G. WV. L A ND R UM,
LL Practice in the Courts of LAW and
EQUITY for Edgedcid and Lexington
Ofice in Law Range, Edgefield C. H.
Jan16, tf 52
ILL be found at all times in his Office, at
NvEdgefield Court House, near the PLAN
Ie will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov. 14 tf 51
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PARKER.
Address Edgefield C. H., or Sleepy Creek,
P 0., S. C.
iarch 11 ly 8
JAMES M. DAY,
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Permanently located at Edgefield C
II., offiers his professional services
to the citizens of the Village and
its vicinity ; and will attend to any call he may
have either in the Village or Country.
All (operations warranted.
Marelh l. 1850. tr 8
Edgefield Male Academy.
A T EACHE R is wanted to take charge of
the Edgefield Male Academy. The appli
cant must be a TEACHER by PROFESSION;
one who has experience in his business, and am
ply qualitied for preparing young men for the
South Carolina College. To a man of suitable
qualifications, the place offers many inducements.
Address the Trustees.
N. L. GRIFFIN, d
JOIIN LIPSCOMB. i
. T. MAIl.S.
Nov 28 tf 45,
NEW BOOT & SHOE FACTORY !
(Next door to SULLivAN & BROTlHEL.)
W HERE nmay-be had BOOTS 4. SHOES.
VTof all descriptions, made of the
ly the BEST WORKiMEN !
A large Stock of Hlome made Plantation Bro
gans of the best quality. Planters are invited to
Upper, Sole, Harness and Belt Leather upon
good terms for (:ash.
Mlr. ,J. 1). Tranrr-rs, the Foreman of this
Establishmnent, will fill all orders for materials
and excute alt orders for work with despatch. 1
R1. T. MI11IS, Proprietor.
Jan 8 tf 51
A LOT of FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
" " Irishi Potatoes,
A fine lot of Ho[ullow or Pot Ware, whlioh will
be sold very low for cash or. punctual buyers.
Jan 6 if 51
A LL~ those indebted to the estate of Willam
Gartt, dee'dl., are requested to muate
payn~t forthwithI, anmd those having dem~ands
against said estate will render themi in properly
attested, according to law.
UllA R LrES H AMMOND, )
WM. G. IIAMMOND),
THlOS. GA RRETT. j
Feb 5 tf 3
Ridge Land for Sale !
Tj HIE Subscriber oflers fur sale his valtuable
. Tract of Land, conttaining Two hundred
and thtirty-four (234) acres, lying on both sides
of Bieachl Creek, near the Columbia Road, and
adjoining lands of Ctapt. R. Ward, .Jatmes lc
Carty and others.
On the Tract is a good Dwelling house',
Kithen,, Sm~oke-htouse, and all other necessary
out-bnildings, with an excellent well of water.
Onme hundred and twenty-five acres of the
above tract are cleated-neatrly all fresh land,
and under good fences. This Land is well adapt
ed to the cultivation of Cotton, Corn and Grain.
Said Tract can be treated for on good termus,
between now and the last of October, but if not
disposed of by that time, will be sold, at public
outcry, at Edgefleld Court house, on thte first
Monday in November next.
Ridge, A pril 15 6mn 13
Land for Sale !
T HIE Subscriber offers for sale his PLAN
TA TION on Turkey Creek, about 5 1-2
miles North of Edgefleld Court House.
The Tract contains Nine htundred and fifty
(90t) acres, between 300 and 4100 acres of
which are in woods, and about 60 acres of low
Otn the premises is a large dwelling House.
Also, new and comfortable out Houses, good Gmin
Hose and Stables, &c. n
-A 1.so- ai
Another tract of Land about 2 1-2 miles East of "
the above, containitng Five hundred (500) acres.
n this tracet there are about 80 acres cleared~
within thte last 18 months-the balance is in -
woods, and all good Cotton and Grain Land.
There are sotte negro houses and stables on
G. A. ADDISON.
Aprill tf 11 a
ALL Persons indebted to the estate of Oliver
1.Towl es, are reqttested to make immediate
>aymenit, and those having denmatnds against the
ato will render thtem in properly attested.
R. M4. SCURRY, Admtinistrator.
Oct. 0 tf 38
A LL persons having demands against the es
tate of J1. A. Perrin, dee'd., are requested
o render thenm in to Capt. W. Unarrison, as lhe is t
tny Agent duriing my absence from the State. r
A. PERRIN, Adm'r.
Apr,.n tfe 11
1ICH SPRING DRY GOODS,
190 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
RE now receiving a complete assortment of
Rich and Elegant DRY GOODS, which
icy offer at 1Wholesale and Retail, New York
ash prices. Among which will be found
ich Satin, Plaid, Silk and Wool Goods, a new
and beautitul article for Ladies' Dresses.
Embroidered Hernena, a beautiful Goods, made
of pure Twisted Silk, for Ladies' Dresses.
rocade Silks, of rich and elegant styles.
'lain Chamelion and Chene Silks, of rich and
'ure White Brocade and Watered Silks.
7cry rich Light Silks, a beautiful article for
Evening and Second-day Dresses.
larege DeLaines, Bareges and Tissues, French
Muslin and Lawns.
Embroidered and Dotted Swist Muslins, Swiss
and Jaconet Muslins, in great variety.
iriped and Plaid Muslins, in great variety,
wiss and Jaconet Trimmings and Insertings,
dollars, Cuffs and Undersleeves, of new and
Zieb Embroidered Muslin Capes and Chemisetts
lich Worked Limerick Lace Capes, Caps and
lich Embroidered Unen Cambric Handker
ehiefs, some very fine.
,rench and English Calicoes and Ginghams,
Bleached and Brown Honiespuns.
Damask Napkins and Towelling, -Hosiery and
With a great variety of other Goods, to which
ve respectfully invite the attention of the public.
March 17 tf 9
New Spring Goods!
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
- AUGVSIA.. GA.
P ESPECTFULLY announce to their friends
and the public, that they have received
heir full SPRING SUPPLIES, embracing
very large and elegant assortment of Staple
mnd Fancy DRY GOODS. .
--ANoNG WHICH ARE
Rich White Watered, and Plain White Glace
Silks, for Ladies' Scarfs and blantillas;
Iieh Fancy, and White Brocade Silks, for La
superior small Checked and Striped Summer
Rich Brocade Silks, for Ladies' Mourning Dres
3uperior Black Rep. and Rich Figured Black
Silks, and Black Nankin Crapes;
!ich Printed Bareges, and Barege DeLaines;
PNis Printed Crape de Paris, and Printed Gre
nadines, of new and splendid styles;
uperior plain White, Black and Fancy Colored
Crape de Paris;
F'ny French Printed Organdies and Jaconets,
of new and elegant styles;
[oyle's Printed lawns, of beautiful styles, and
warranted fast colors;
i Large assnrtment of Fancy Gimps, Laee, ind
Ribbon Trinings, for Ladies' Dresses;
White Silk Fringes, for Ladies' Scarfs and Mfan
?lain and Whit.e Dotted Swiss Muslins, for La
uperior White Cambries, Jaconnets, Mull and
Nnnsook Muslins, of soft and beautiful finish;
lain White, Black and Fancy Colored Bareges:
upin's Superior Black Bonbazines, and Black
.adies' White and Black Lace Mantillas, of rich
and elegnnt styles ;
adies' Black Silk Mantillas, (some for Mourn
adies' Richi Valenciennes4ace,.and embroi
.dered Mluslin Collars:
Sdes' Embroidered Muslh~-Undersleeves, of
beautiful styles :.
adies' French Worked Chimasctts, of rich and
adies' Enmbroid red Liuen Cambric and French
aconet and Swiss Mluslin Edging and Inser
tings, a large assortment ;
leal Valenciennes, and Thread Laces, (Edgings
F..mbroidered Mu'slins, and Muslin Bands, for
Ladies' Puff Cuffs and undersleeves:
Edes plain White, and Rich Embroidered
Crape Shawls ;
adies' plain White, Black, and Fancy Embroi
dered Grenadine Shawls:
adies' Wh~ite anmd Black Embroidered lACe,
and Fancy Grenadine Scahrfs;
Ladies' elegant Bridal and Rich Spanish Fans:;
[adies' Carved Shell Combs, of new and beau
tiful patterns ;
A very large assortment of Laie' Gentlemen's,
Youth's and Children's Hlosiery, of superior
slyle anmd nmanufeture;
lexnder's Kid, and Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Gauntlet Gloves ;
superior Ginghams and prints, of new and beau
uperior Irish Linens, Long Lawns, and 12-4
Linen Shectings ;
superior 8-4 anmd 10-4 Damask Diapers, Da
mask Table Cloths, and Damask Napkins ;
luckaback Diapers, a superior article for Tow
.xtra Silk Warp French Black Cashmerettes,
and Single .Mill French Black Cassimeres, a
chmoice and elegant article fur Gentlemen's
i large assortment of plain White and Fancy
Linen Drillings, for Gentlenman's and Youth's
IE S. &i S. will continue to receive, through
he season, by the Steamers, the latest styles of
.dies' Dress Goods, and other seasonable ar
ies. All of their Stock has been selected with
i eat care, in reference to style and quality, and
heyi feel assured that their Goods will give entire
tisfuetion to purch~asers.
The publie are respectfully requested to call
nd exanmine the assortnment.
A pril 8 'tf 12
soot & Shoe makers Wanted.
fWO FIRST RATE Boot Mlakers,
and three or four good Shoe Ilakers,
n of them a first rate Peg Workman, can find
mployment by applying to the Subscriber at
R. T. MIMS.
Jan 15 tf 52
IE The South Carolinian, will give the above
mr weekly insertions and forward account to
XLTL those indebted to the estate of Nathan
.Norris, dec'd., are requested to make pay
ent forthwith, -and those having demands
~ainst said estate wvill please present them im
ediately, properly attested according to law.
N. A. NORRIS, Admn'x.
March 4 Gm 7
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Lewis
Collins, dec'd., are requested to make im
ediate payment, and those having denmands
ainst the same to present thema properly at
sted. J. A. COLLINS, Adm'r.
Oct. 30 - tf 41
O4 MORE Hide. can be received at the
-Tan Yard, until further notice.
R. T. MIMS.
April 8 . if 12
U IST Receiving a fresh supply of Pickles,
Preserves, Sardeins, L.obsters, Salmon, Cit.
, Raisins, Prunes, Essences for Cooking,
resh Mustard, &e. S. E. BOWERS.
Ilan,hrg, Apnril 17 tf 10
- DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist,
TIAKES this method of returning his thanks
to his friends and patrons, for the patron
ige he has received in the sale of Drugs, Medi
He is now receiving an addition to his already
extensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Stufrs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop rurniture, &c.
THE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
Of his own and Northern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, Hair, Hat, Shoe and Tanners Brushes.
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds,
made under his own supervision in strict
accordare with the U. S. Disp'ry.
The most Reputable Nostrums,
All of which he 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. I., 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 L8 0
Bedsteads, Tables, Wash-Stands, he
kept constantly on hand for sale.
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
Feb 5 tf 3
State of South Carolina,
Briton Mims and others,
vs. I Bill for Part'n
James R. Garrett, and Account.
William Garrett and others
I T appearing that the Defendants James
R. Garrett, Willir.m Garrett, Thomas S.
Garrett, Abram Martin and his wife Caroline
A. V. Martin, William H. Garrett, Elizabeth
S. Burt, and B. C. Sparks and his wife Mary
Ann F. Sparks, reside without the limits of
this State, on motion of Mr. CARROLL, Plain
tiff's Solicitor: Ordered, that the said De
fendants, demur, plead or answer to the
Paintiffs bill of Complaint, within three
months from the publication of this Order,
or the simd bill will be taken pro confesso
A. SIKINS, C. E. E. D.
Feb2 53m 6
T HAT very desirable, pleasat
.., and healthy place known as the
" Cross Roads," 24 miles from
Edgefield C. 1H., on the Coluambia
Road, containing from five to eight hundred
The Plantation is in good repair with a never
ailing wvell or water, and all necessary out
buildings. Together with a commodious Dwell
ing I:louse, nearly completed-two stories high,
60 feet lung, 42 feet wide, eight roomis and seven
IlT For further particulars apply to tihe Sub
scriber at the Spann Hotel, Edgefield O. HI.
JOHNj 1 UWET.
Feb 20 ' tf 6
T HIE Subscribers return their thanks to
their friends and customers fur former
favors, and solicit a eoutinuance of the sanme, at
the late stand of John Lyon, whtere they have
removed that portion of thmeir Stock saved from
the late fire, which they will sell low.
The loss sustained by the fire renders it neces
sary for thema to call on thosc who arc indebted
to them to make payment at the earliest possible
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE.
Jan 21, 1852 tf I
XUOUSE A ND LOT containing about two
a. acres, ointe and a half ,miles from Edgefield
on the Columbia Road. There are on the L~ot
a well of good water and all neecesary outbuild
ings for a small fammily.
The place will be sold for Cash or on time,
-the purchase money being ampjly secured
and inmmediate possession given.
II.y A pply at this Office.
Feb 5 tf 3
Land for Sale.
rp H E Subscriber ofl'ers for sale the lands be
I longing to the Estate of Joseph aloore,
One Tract containing about seventy-seven
acres, adjoining lanmds of James Raintsford, S.
Christie and others.
One other Tract containing five and a half
ares, adjoining lanids of D~r. E. J. Mimi, Mrs.
L. T. Moore ammd others.
The above Lands lies near the Village and a
portion of it is well timbered anmd can be pur
chased at private sale on liberal terms.
E. PES N, Ex'or.
Feb 12 tf 4
O F ALL DESCRIPTIONS, may be had at
the Tannery for CAsn.
Also Tanner's and Neat's Foot Oil; the latter
the best article for Harness.
Cash paid for Hides and good Oak Bark.
All orders addressed to Williams & Christie,
r to Mr. L. M4. Munger at thu Tan Yard, will
be promptly attended to.
R. T. MIMS.
Feb tf 3
A LL those Indebted to thme estate of Charles
tLB. Logan, dee'd., are required to tmake
payment, and those having demands to present
them properly attested.
M4. WV. LILES,
A. NIX, Ad'rs.
E. P. HOLLOWAY.
SFeb 19 linm 5
N OTICE is hereby given to the Distributee
of Pleasant Morris, dee'd., and espeeially
to Pleasant, Hendrick, Johna, Joshua, ,Joseph
end Doctrine Morars, who live beyond the limits
of the State, That a final settlement on said es
tate will be made in my office on Monday'7th of
une next. Given under umy hand at my ofiee,
this the 3d March, 1852.
All thmome having demands against the said
state will present them by the above time.
H. T. WRIGilT, e. E. D.
On,r,-'.s - Ofie,3 Mar 3m 7
FOR YOUNG' LADIESi
REV. CHARLES A. RAYMOND,
HE Second Session will commence on the
9th of January 1852.
The Trustees congratulate themselves, their
riends and the public, on what they now con
ider the permanent establishment of an institu
ion of learning of so high a character in their
District. The benefits which their own children,
vith others, have experienced during the past
3ession, enables them with the greater confi
lence, to recommend the Institution to the pat
onage of the community.
The School was opened on the 18th of Sep
ember last, with thirty-one Pupils, and has
oince been gradually increasing. It is confident
y expected that the number in attendance will
be greatly increased during the next Session.
The Institute 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 of
Natural History ; a Cabinet of Minerals and
shells; furnish unusual facilities for acquiring
% practical knowledge of the different branches
The course of Study is of an elevated charac
ter, anl more comprelhensive, than that of most
remale institutions of the highest reputation.
The PajrscirAL devotes the whole of his time
to the superiision and instruction of the various
The Assistants are experienced in their diffe
rent Departments, and those only of known sue
eess in teaching are employed.
The Academical year is divided into Sessions
of 14 weeks each. It is of great importance
that the student be present at the commence
ment of the Session. The Classes are then
rormed, and a few weeks delay may affect the
standing of the pupil throughout the year.
For Tuition in the Primary Department, 1st Di
vision, per Session,..............$5 00
" Tuition in the Primary Department,
2nd Division,.................... 00
" Tuition in the Academic Department, 12 00
" " " Collegiate " 15 00
Lessons'on the Piano and use of Instrum'nt 18 00
Modern Languages. each.............. 8 00
Drawing and Sketching from Nature,.... 8 00
Painting in Oils, Portrait and Landscape, 15 00
Use of Apparatus,................... 2 00
Fuel and care of Buildings,........... 50
Good Boarding can be obtained in the Vil
lage including lights, washing, fuel,
&c., at (per month).............. 10 00
Pupils entering near the middle or close of
of the Sesion, are charged from the time of
entrance to the end of the Session. No deduc
tion for absence, or other causes, but at the dis
cretion of the Principal.
All bills for Tuition, &c., are payable at the
close of each Session.
Books, Stationary and Music, can be obtained
in the Village at reasonable prices.
The Department of Music is under the super
vision of one of the most accurate and, accom
plished teachers in the State; and it is believed
that unusual facilities are afforded for acquiring
a thorough knowledge of this difficult science.
In addition to regular private lessons, the pupils
in this department are divided into classes, and
taught on the plan of Pestaluni.
They devote much time to exercises, adapted
to train the ear. and the voice, and to impart an
easy and brilliant execution.
If they pursue the prescribed course of musi
eal instruction, they acquire tihe art of reading
music with facility.
iThey are required to be regular and systemat
einpractising daily at the Institute.
The training and cultivation of the voice.
receive an unusual degree of attention. The
science of Elocution is here applied, in develop
ing the voice for singing, with great efe~ct.
The Institution has been almost weekly visited
by a large number of the ladies and gentlemen
of our village, who have invariably expressed
the highest degree of satisfaction, at what they
have heard and seen of the proficiency of the
Pupils and the arrangement of the institute.
And the Trustees have only to add in conclu
sion, that while in their opinion, there are nmany
institutions of learning deservedly poptular in our
State, yet there are none which can furnish
ereater or more substantial advantages to young
Ladies than that under tihe charge of Mr. Rayr
N. L. GRIFFIN. :.1
EDMUND PENN, g
S. F. GOODE,
Rl. T. MIMS. .J
SEdgefleld C. H., Dee. 4 1851. tf 46
State of' South Carolina,
HI. T. Wright, Adm'r of1
LIII..Mundy, dec'd et al. Bill for Afar
v:s. shlig set
George L Penn and othersJ gAss
I N ptursu~ance of thme order made by Chman
cellor Johnston in this case, all and singu
lar the Creditors of the Mercantile firms of
Penn & Brannon, Blrannon & Mundy, Bran.
non, Mundy and Anderson, Brannon & An
derson, and G. W. & WV. B. Brannon, and of
thme individtuals composing those Firms, are
hereby notified that they are reqtuired to ap
pear before me in my offiee at Edgefield C.
II., on Friday the 28th May next, int order to
prove and establish their respective demands
and that upon their failure so to do, they
will be harred from all share of the Aitsets
proposed to be mairshalled b~y this suit.
A. SJMKINS, C. E. E.D.
Comm'rs Office, April 28. 1852.
April 29 6t 15
State of' South Carolina,
LN COMMON PLE AS.
James A. Talbert,)
us Declar. in Attaek'nt.
Wm B. Dora,
us Declar. in Attach'nt.
T HE PL AINTIFFS in the above eases hav
ing this day filed their Declarations in my
Dfficee and the Defendant have neither wife nor
A ttorney known to reside within the limits of
this State on wkom a copy of said Declarations
with a rule to plead can be served, on motion of
M~r. ADAMs, Attorney for Plaintiffs, Ordered
that said Defendants appear and plead to said
Ielarations within a year and a day from the
sate hereof, or judgment will be awarded against
them by default.
THIOS. G. BA CON, c. a. D.
Clerk's Office, April 23, 1852. 1y 15
A LL~ persons i'ndebted to the Estate of E. IH.
Norris, dee'd., will please come forward
tud make prompt payment, and those having
lemands against said estate, are requested to
render them in properly attested.
.N. A. NORRIS, A dm'r.,
JULIA A. NORRIS, Adm'x.
March 4 3m 'I
Land for Sale.
Would be glad to sell one hundred acres"of
the tract of land on which I live. What I
ropose to part with is all woodland, and pre
risely four miles from the Village, on the Co
umbia Road-an excellent situation for a pleas
mt residence. A. STMK INS.
Dn 10 ntf 47
LIVERWORT AND TAR.
SAFE andeertain cure for Coughs, Colds,
LX Croup; Asthma, Consumption of the Lungs
Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis, Ilooping Cough,
Ind all Pulmonary Affections.
A Lovely Young Lady Cured of
TirE following is from the pen of Wk. H. LE-t
v[soN, Esq., the distinguished editor of the U. S.
Military and Naval Argue, under date -of New
York, January 26, 1851. What could be more
"It is seldom we permit ourselves to occupy i
space in these columns to speak in praise of any
article in the patent medicine way; but when we
see the life of a fellow creature saved by the use,
of any medicine whatever. we consider it as our -
right, if not Ar duty, to give a simple statement
of facts, that others may, in like manner, be bene.
fitted. The case which has induced us to pen this
article was that of a young lady of our acquain
tance, who'by frequent exposure to the night air,
contracted a Cold which settled on the Lungs be.
fore its ravages could be stayed. (This occurred
two years ago this winter.) Varous remedies
were used, but with very little effect or benefit.
The Cough grew worse, with copious expectora
tion, and the sunken eye, nnd'pale, hollow cheek,
told plainly that pulmonary dipease was doin~ its-.
worst on her delicate frame. The fam'ly phy.
eian was consulted. and although lie wonld not
admit to the young lady that she really had the
Consumption,yet he would give no encouragement.
as to a cure. At this crisis her mother was per
suaded to make use of a bottle of Dr. Rogers'
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 on such a case as this, for the simple truth
will reach where polished fiction never can. If
any doubt the authenticity of this statement, lot
them call at this Office.-U. S. Military and Na
TESTZMONT 02' TEE PEZSS.
From the N. Y. Courier, Aug 13.
DR. RoGERs' SYRUP OF LzvERwORT AND
TAR.-We have heard of several important cures
recently effected by this excellent medicinal pre
paration. and in one instance that came under our
observation, we can speak confidently. One of
our employees who had suffered severely from a
long standing cold, during the past week com
menced the use of this medicine, and his Cold has
From the N. Y. Mirror, Sept. 2.
LivERwoRT AND TAR.-Of the virtues of Dr.
Rogers' Cough Medicines prepared from tihe above
articles, it is needless now to speak; its efficacy.
in speedily curing Coughs, Colds and other ling
complaints, which too freequently, if neglected,
result in Consumption, is too well established In
public confidence to need enlogy now.
From the N. Y. Despatch, Aug 25.
WE have heretofore taken occasion to give our
testimony in favor of the curative properties of
Dr. Rogers' Compound Syrup of Liverort and
Tar, and would here repeat the advice already
given, for all persons who are afflicted with Con.
sumption, or any of the premonitory symptoms,
to make a trial of Dr. Rogers preparation.
VV The Genuine is signed ANDREw RoGRs,
on the steel plate engraved wrapper around each
bottle, and is sold wholesale and retail by
SCOVIL & MEAD.
113 Chartres street. New Orleans.
Sole General Agents for the Southern-States, to
whom all order" must be addresed.
Sold. also by G. L. PENN, Edgefield C. Ift.
WARDLAW & DENDY, Abbeville C. 11.
PRATT & JAMES, Newberry, A. J. CREIGHI
TON, Hamburg, So. Ca.
April 1 tf ~11
LEWIS' STRAW CUTTER.
T H E Undersigned takes this opportttmity of
stating to the public, that he will have
another lot of his Machines ready for market, in
the course of a few' days. Persons wanting.
these .lacbines will do well to send in their or
ders early so as to enszre their being filled.
He refers to the following Certificates, of the
many- which he-has recevid', for additionlti
timony in their favor.
IHamburg, Oct. 1, if 37
Wysox, (Penr.) January 22d 1851.
Ma. Laws,-Thec Pa.tent Straw Cutter wh'lich
you invented, and arc now ntin.-rimng to the pubmlic,
is a most excellent article and deserves public
favor. Two years since I purchased onme amid
have had it in constant use-it has never beeni
out of repair in any respect, answering all thme
purposes you reonmmend it for. I niost cheer
fully commenid it to farmers in all sections. and
could not be indued to part with the one I hnave,
without thme prospect of obtaining another, for
five times it cost.
Respectfully, V. E. PIOLLET.
AcUor'rA, (Ga.) Sept 16, 1851.
MaR. Lzws,-Dcur Sir : Some tIme since [
used one of your Straw Cutters to cut roots for
my preparation of Georgia Sarsaparilla. Some
of the roots were very kntrd and tough.--I am
happy to say your Straw Cutter hams fir exceeded
my expectations. Thme public necd not fear of
its getting out of order by cutting straw or fod
der,or by accidentally getting hard substances
in it. Yours, respecttully,
EDOEFIELD C. IT., Sept. 10, 1851.
.Ma. 'Wx. Lr.ws,-Sir: In your letter you
ask how I like the Straw Cutter I bought from
you. I say it excels tiny thing of the kind -I
have ever seen, aimd I could not be induced to
part with it, without the prospect of getting
rintk'er, fcr any ecmmou eensideration..
WM. P. BUTLER.
EEr:ELD C. H., Sept. 1S, 18.-1.
DrAn Snt: I have been using one of your
Straw Cutters or 'ome three or fcur monmbs,
and am sattished toat its advantages over nil
others, are such that it wtill recommend 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
to keep it in operation, the dispatch with which
it executes its work, combined with its simplicity
and durability, must make it invaluable to every
one that may have use for them.
A. G. TEAGUE.
To Wit. Lztvts, Esq., H amburg, S. C.
Jaundice, Sick Hlead-achee, Dizziness. Lous of
Appetite, Constipation of the Bowvels, Piles,
caused by Coetiveness, Pain in the Borwels,
or Rheumatisma, caused by the use of Mercu
ry, Syphilis, Scrofula, Boils, Ulcers, 4-c.
TJ'HIS PREPARATION is made as pure aspos
Isible, Its bitter taste, and beneficial effects
in diseases of the Liver, and diseases arising from
an impure state of the Blood, prove it to bie the
PUREST AND 1IOST USEFUL
prepration of Sarsaparilla that is made.
Tose who have used the various preparations
of Sarsaparilla wjill find, by the taste and effect,
that there is more Sarsaparilla in one bottle of Dr.
DENNs' preparation, than in half a dozen bottles
as'it is generally made..
Its alterative and mildly purgative effects upon
the bowels, make it not only a good substitute for
Mercury, but useful in removing all diseases arisinig
from the impruent use of Mercury.
Prepared only by J. DENNIS, M. D., Anigusta,
Sold by A. G. TEAGUE and G. L. PENN, Edge
field C. H.; P. M. CoitEN and CARET & CoUTU
RiERi, Charleston; BoArwaxiTr & MaoT and 'F.
CUatvis, Columbia;t A.' .T. CREIGHTON, Hamburg;
Wit. F. TUTT, D. B. PLUMn, HAvIr.AND & Ras
LET, W. F. & 3. TUartN, W. K. KITcHEN, BAR
Ri.TT & CA RTER, Augusta, Geo., and by Drug
gists generally.- -
Price-81 per bottle ;-6 bottle for 85.
1'7 Remember toask for--DENNIS' GEOR
Junem 6s, 185.12