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THE KIND OLD FRIENDLY FEELINGS,
BY G. SWAIN.
Tn kind old friendly feelings!
We have their spirit yet,
Tho' years and years have pass'd old friend
Since thou and I last met!
And soniething of gray Time's advance,
Seems in thy fading eye,
Yet 'tis the same.good honest glance
Iloved in times gone by
Ere the kind old friendly feelings,
Had ever brought one sigh!
The warm old friendly feelings,
Oh, who need not be told
No other links can bind the heart
Like those loved links of old I
Thy hand joy'd in youth to clasp,
The touch of age may show;
Yet 'tis the same true hearty grasp,
Iloved so long ago!
Ere the last cld friendly feelings,
Had taugift one tear to flow!
Thme kind (old friendly feelings!
Oh, sceni they c'er less dear,
Because some recollections
May meet us with a tear!
Though hopes we shared-the early beams,
Ambition showed our way
Have fled, my friend, like morning dreams
Defore Truth's searching ray,
Still we've kept the kind old feelings
That blessed our youthful day.
APPEAL TO A BACHELOR.
By JOnN 0. S.XE.
DEAr. Charles be persuaded to wed
For a sensible fellow like you,
It's high time to think of a wife,
And muffins and coffee for two!
So have done with your doubt and delaying
With a soul so adapted to nmingle,
No wonder the neighbors are saying
Tis singular you should be single!
Then, Charles, bid your doubting good bye,
And dismiss all fantastic alars
I'll be sworn you've a girl in your eye
'Tis your duty to have in your arms
Soine true little maiden of twenty,
A beautiful azure-eyed elf,
With virtues and graces in plenty,
And no failing but loving yourself!
Don't search for an " angel" a minte-;
For, granting you win in the sequel,
The deuce, after all, would be in it,
With a union so very unequal! '
The angels, it must be confessed,
In thi world are rather uncommon;
And allow me, dear Charles, to suggest,
You'll be better content with a woman:
Then, Charles, be persuaded to ed
For a sensible fellow like you,
It's high time to thinlk of a wife,
And miuffins and euffee for two;.
So have done with your doubt and delaying,
With'a soul so ad1apted to mingle,
No wonder the neiglhbors are saying
'Tis singular you should be single !
lWit rt pwx
The "Outest" Yankee Trick Out.
A Connecticut broom pedler-a shrewd
chap from over am~or~g the steady habits,
wooden clocks, school-masters, and other
fixens-drove through the streets of
Providence, heavily laden with corn
brooms. He had called at several
stores and offered his load, or ever so
small a portion of it ; but when he want
ed the cash and nothinig else in payment,
they had uniformly given him to under.
stand that they hamd got brooms enough,
and that he might go further. At length,
he drove up to a large w~holesale estab
lishment on the wvest side, and once mo're
offered his wiares.
"Well," said 'the merchant, "I want
the brooms badly enough, but what will
you take in pay ?"
Trhis wvas a poser. The pedler was
aching to get rid of his brooms: he des
pised thme very sight of his brooms;
but lie would sooner sell a single broom
for cash than the wvhole load for any
other article-especially that which he
could not as re~adily dispose of as he
could brooms. After a moment.'s hesita
tion, however, lhe screwed his courage to
the striking pioint-it required sonme
courage, after having .lost his chance of
selling his load half a dozen times by a
similar answer-and he frankly told the
merchant lhe must have cash. Of course
the merchanit protested that cash was
searce, and that lhe must purchase, if lhe
purchased at all, with what he had in his
store to pay with. He really wanted the
brooms, and he did not hesitate to say so;
1st the times were hard, and he had
goods that must be disposed of.
Finally, lie would put his goods at
cost price, for the sake of trading, and
would take the wvhole load of brooms
which the pedler had labored so unsuc
cessfully at other stores to dispose of.
." So," said lie to the man from Con
necticut, "unload your brooms, and so
bet any articles from my store, and you
shall have them at any price."
Th'le pedler scratched his head. There
wams an idea there, as the sequel shows
" I tell you what it is," he answered
at last, "just say them terms for half, the
load, and cash for 'tother half, and i'm
y-our iman. B ved of I don't sell out ef
Connecticut s with all her broom
stuff the next mninute." *
The merchant hesitated a moment, but
fin;ally concluded the chance a good. HeI
should be getting half the brooms for
something that would mnot sell as readily;
as for cost price, it wias ani easy gammon
in regard to it. The bargain was struck,
brooms brought in, and the cash for the
half of them was paid over
"Now, what will you - have for the re
mainder of your bill ?" -asked the muer
TIhe pedler scratched his head again,
atnd this time more vigorously. He walk
ed, the floor, whistled. drummed with his
fingers on the head of a barrel. By and
by, his reply cane-slowly and delib&
" You Providence fellers are cute, you
sell at cost, pretty much all of you, and
make money. I don't see low'tia done.
Now, I don't know about your goods,
barrin' one article, and, ef I take any
thing else, I may be cheated. So, seein'
as't won't make any odds with you, I
guess I'll take brooms. I know them
like a book, and can swear to what you
paid for 'em."
And so saying, the pedler commenced
re-loading his brooms, and having snugly
deposited half of his, former load, jump
ed on his cart with a regular Connecti
cut grin, and without cursing his impru
denco or.his own stupidity, drove off in
search of another customer.-Providence
A VERY small man, but a smart one
withal, was walking in company with
five friends who were uncomonly large
" How do you feel my little man,"
said one of the large men, " walking in
company with five such big fellows as
'- Feel!" said the small man, " why as
a five cent piece feels among five coppers.
GRAytAR.-A village parish clerk, who
employed a grammarian to teach his
daughter the syntax of her native tongue,
heard him with much surprise define the
use of the articles a, an and the.
"You cAnot place a, the singular ar
ticle, before plural nouns-no one can
say a houses, a ho -scx, a-'
" fiold, there," said the parish clerk
14I must contradict you in that. Don't I
at church every Sunday say a-men ? and
the prayer-book knows better than you."
"IT's pretty warn to-day, Jin ; how
does the ti e-mometer stand f"
" Oh, it stands in 'tother room, on the
mantle piece, right 'agiti the plasterin'."
Quite a smart youth that-he is going
to take lessons in music next week.
TuE young mian wlho1 "once saw the
day" when lie wouldn't associate with
mechanics, is now acting as book-keeper
to a manure wagon.
A gentleman being asked whether lie
was seriously in*jured when a steam boil
er exploded, is said to l;LvC replied that
lie was so used to being blown up by his
wife, that mere steam had no effect (n
A. Irishman writing a sketch of his
life, says he early rai away from his
father because lie discovered he was only
A P'EnsoN observed to a friend who
was learning to take sunff that it was
wrong to lear-n one's nose at bad liabit, as
a man generally followved his nose.
DID you ever see a woman who had to
be told of her beauty before she was
aware of it it her-self?
Wncr is everybody's pantaloons too
shorti Because their legs stick through
WIPAT is the difl'erence between the
hark of a tree and the hark of a dog ?
Because oneo is formed otn the bough and
the other on the bow-wvow.
A FRE~SII SUPP'LY OF TH E FOLLOWING
-A R TtCL s.
Haenn, Lard and Flour, Munstard in Boxes,
u.eef Trongaies, t'apers.
Chemese-, Fruits in Brandy,
Pijne A pple Cheese, Strawb'erry, Raspbury,
Mac kerei, in Barrels and Ilacekbury Jeams andi
Salmon. in Kitts, Piek'd Sarsa frass, Strawbnury,
Freshu Salmoen, IRasph~nry and Lemn
"Clam', Lem-na and Limne Juice,
Sarlines, I-s and 1-4 box Assorte-d Caundies,
Piekled P'ork, I" JNisses,
" Reef, HB'k andl Whlite Pepper
" Shad, Wite Mustardl Seed,
Porto Rico Sntrar, IGround and Race Ginager
Stewarts Coflf Sugar, 'Jk-rmuda A rrow Root,
Superior Brown " Prepared F~annia, food for
L'.af and Cruished " !' nfantts.
P'ulv'd and Clurified do .Colgate-'s Pecarl Starch,
.ava and Laenira Coflee Soda and Sal Aerat.u,
Jamaica and~Rio " Saul Sodaandi Salt Peter,
Molasses, ITable and Sack Salht,
A genera assortment of Sperm, Adatmantine,
'Teas, I Tallow Candles,
Maccaroni and Vermi- Tnrptentine, Soda, and
cilia, Fancy Soaps,
Riceu and Rice Flour, lacuking and Bllacking
Soda Crackers, Blrushe,
Boston do Winae and Stoughaton's
Suga.-r do- Blitters,
Jumblles & Ginger Cakes, Porter and Ale,
Layor Raisins, Olive Oil,
Currants. and Citron, -Castor Oil,
lMaise, Nutmegs, Cloves, Wrightming Ink,
PickLies and Ketchups, Segars and Tohlmero.
Pepper Sauces, Tubs, Buckets and Pails
West India P'reserves, Wil low Baskets,
Ginger do ~ rooms, &c., &c.
Aidded to the nboveo, is a general nssortment
or WINES, CORDIALS andi' LIQUORS,
all of wthiich will b(- so~ld LOW FOa CAsn. by
IIOLLLNGSWORTIIl & NIC110LAS.
A pril 29 tf 15
ALOT of FRESII GARlDEN SEErDS,
" " Irish Potatoe.s,
A fmue lot of Hollow or Pot Ware, whiich will
be sold very low for ech or punctual buyers.
Jan 0 if 51
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Lewis
Collins, dlee'd., atre requested to make imi
ieiate paynmetnt, and those having demands
aginst tlchiiam to presenlt themt p~ropecrly at
tested. J. A. COLLINS, Adnm'r.
Oct. 30 ti 41
Land for Sale.
I Would bec glad to sell one hnndred acres ol
the tract of land on which I live-. What I
propose to par-t with is all wooudhmnd, and pre
eisely four muiles from the Villnge, oin the Co
lumbia Boad-an excellent situation for a leas~
ant residence. A. SIMKlINS
Dec 10) - if 47
N0 MOR~E Hides can be receivef thc
T'an Yard, until further notice.
AXFAIR rico will be given for RA as, (al
Cotton) by -S. E. ]lOW ERS.
I1m. i....~ April.. 1 eif 1.1
. or Tax Collector
WILLIAM L. PARKS,
L. A. BROOKS,
F. W. BURT.
hENRY H. HILL.
BARNEY M. LAMAR,
R. S. KEY,
FELIX E. BODIE,
VIRGIL M. WHITE,
W. F. DURISOE,
S. S. TOlMPKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
rr OFFICE immediately in rear of the Court
Jan 22 tf 1
G. W. LANDRIRU M,
LL Practice in ti Courts of LAW and
EQUITY for Edgeikid and Lexington
Office in Law Range, Edgefield 0.11.
Jan 16, tf 52
WILL be found at all times in his Office, at
Edgefield Court I1ouse, near the PLAN
Ile will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his porofession.
Nov. 14 tf 51
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PARKER..
Address Edgefield C. IL, or Sleepy Creek,
P 0., S. C.
March 11 ly S
JAMES M. DAY,
OF RICIDIOND, VIRGINIA,
Permanently located at Edgefield C
.I., ofTers his professional services
to the citizens of the Village and
its vicinity ; and will attend to any call lie may
ave either in the Village or Country.
All operations warranted.
March 13, 1550. ti 8
Edgefield Male Academy,
. TEACHER WANTED.
TEACIIER is wanted to take cliarge of
the Edgetield hale Academy. The appli
cant must be a'rEACIlER by PR1OFE SSION;
one who has experience in his business, and am
ply jualitiei for preparing young men for the
South Carolina College. To a man of suitable
q ualifications, the place offers many inducements.
Address the Trustees.
N. L. GR TFFIN,
JOhN LIPSCOMB, I
r. T. MIMS. .
Nov 28 if 45
NEW BOOT k SHOE FACTORY !
,(Next door to SULIrsvas &Mn~orinER.)
W HIERE may be had BOOTS <f- SHOES
VTof all descriptions, made of the
y the BEST WORKMEN !
A large Stock of H ome made Plantation Bro
gns of the best quality. Planters are invited to
Upper, Sole, Harness and Beclt Leather upon
ood termis for cash.
Mr. .J. D). Tasr'rs, the Foreman or this
Establishmnent, will fill all orders for materials
and execute all orders for work with despatchi.
RI. T. M I MS, Proprietor.
Jan S -- - tf -.51
Ridge Land for Sale!
TlIE Subscriber ofl'rs for sale his valuable
. Tract of Land, containing Two hundred
ad thirty-four (234) acres, lying on both sides
oft Beach Creek, near the Columbtia Rowil, and
:ojining landi~s of Capjt. R. WVard, Jamies Me
Cry and others.
On thre Tract is a gol. Dwelling house,
Kitchen, Smoke-house, and all other necessary
out-buildings, with an excellent well of water.
One hundred aond twenty-five acres of thme
above tract a're ecared-narly all fresh land,
and muder good fenmces. This Land is well adap~t
ed to the cutltivationi of Cotton, Corn arid Graiin.
Said Tract can b~e treated for on good ternms,
between now and the last of October, but if not
disposed or by that time, will be sold, at pulic
ottery, at Edgefield Court Ihouse, on the first
Monday in November unext.
Ridge, A pril 15 6mu 13_
Land for Sale !
T E uscriber (offers for sale his PLA N
TATO on Turkey Creek, about 5 1-2
miles No.rthi of Edgetield Court Ilouse.
The Tract contanins Nine hundred and fifty
(95) aucres, between 300 and -100 acres or
which arc in woods, and about b,0 acres of low
*On the premises is a large dwelling house.
Also, new and comfortable out Houses, good Gin
IHouse and Stables, &c.
A oher tract of Land about 2 1-2 miles East of
the above, containing Five hundred (500) acres.
On this tract there are about 80i acres cleared
within the last 18 months-the balaince is in
woods, and all good Cotton anid Grain Land.
There are somec negro houses and stables oni
G. A. ADDISON.
April l tf 11
XOTICE is hereby given to the Distributee
. of1Pleasant Morris, dcc'd., and especially
ti Peasant, Ilendrick, John, Jo~shua, Joseph
and Doctrine Morris, who live beyond the limiits
or the State, That a final settlement on said es
tate will be made in my ofliec on Mond~ay 7th of
June next. Given uinder my hand at my ofhece,
this the 3d March, 1852.
All those having dema~nds against the said
estate will presenit them by the above time.
H-. T. WRIGiT, 0. E. D.
Ordinary's Omeie, 3d M~ar Snm- 7_
ALL~ those inidebted to the estate or Willam
Garrett, dee'd., are requested to umaae
payenit forthwith, and those having demands
tgaist sid estate will renider them in properly
attested, according to law.
C11ARtLES HAMMOND, y
WM. G. HAMMOND,
THOS. GARRETT. .
FebS 3 t
Y Frienids and customers can find me in
.Ite house below 1llellingsworthi & Niehmo
las, and its usual will imtke to order. for CA Sh,
Fine D)rees ]boots............. 00 -
do. Pump Hoots.............-- 00
do D)ouble Sole Water-Proof,. 00
All other kinds of work at the lowest pr'ic.
Excellent Work, good Fits and superior style,
guarantied to all those that may favour me with
a call. WM. McEVOY.
FOR YOUNO LADIES!
REV, CHARMES A. RAYMOND,
T HiE Second Session will commence on the
9th of January 1852.
The Trustees congratulate thcmselves, their
friends and the public, on what they now con
sider the permanent establishment 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, enibles them with the greater confi
dence, to recommend the Ipstitution to the pat
ronage of the community.
The School was opened on the 18th of Sep
tember last, with thirty-one Pupils, and has
sine' been gradually increasing. It is cohfident
ly 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, &c; a Museum of
Natural History; 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 comprehensive, thnn that of most
female instittitons of the highest reputation.
The PRINCIPAL devotee the whole of his time
to the superrision and instruction of the various
The Assistants are experienced in their ditfe
rent Departments, and those.only of known suc
cess in teaching are employed.
The Academical year is divided into Sessions
of 14 weeks ech. It is of great importance
that the student he present at the commence
ment of the Session. The Classes are then
formed, and a few weeks delay may aufeet 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 inthe Academic Department, 12 00
" 1 I" Collegiate " 15 00
Lessonsonthe 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
Useof Apparatus,................... 2 60
Fuel and care of Buildings,.......... 50
Good Boarding can be obtained in the Vil
lage including lights, -washing, fuel,
&e., at (per month).............. 10 00
Pupils entering.near the middle or close of
of the Session, are clarged from the time of
entrance to the end of the Session. No dedue
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.
HMUS0AL D ARThET
The Department of Music is under the super
vision of one of the most accurate and acconi
pished teachers in the State; and it is believed
that unusual facilities are afforded fur acquiring
a thorough knowledge of ~this difficult science.
In addition to regular private lessons, the )ulils
in this department are divided into classes, and
tatght on'the pilan of Pastalozzi.
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 pirescribed course of mutsi
eal instruction, they acquire the art of reading
music with facility. -. .
They are required to be regular and systemat
ichn practising daily at the Institute.
Thme training anmd cultivaition of the voice.
receive an umusual degree of attention. Thme
science of Elocution is here applied, ini develop
ing the voice for singing,.with great eff'eet.
The Institution has been almost weekly visited
by a large number of thme ladies and gentlemen
of our village, who have invariably expressed
the highest degree of satisfaction, at wvhat they
have heard anid seen ~if thme proficiency of thme
Pupils anid the arramgement of the Institute.
And thme Trustees have only to, add in conclu
sion, that while in their opinion, there are ma~ny
institutions of learning deservedly popular ini our.
State, yet there are none which can fuirnish
greater or amore substantial advantages to young
Fadies titan that under the charge of Mr. Ray
N. L. GflUFFIN. ;
S. F. GOODE,
R. T. AlIMS.
Edgefield C. II., Dec. 4 1851. tf 40
THAT very desirable, pleasat
... and healthy place known as the
" Cross Roads," 24 miles front
Edgefleld C. II., on the Columbia
Rad, containing fronm five to eight hundred
The Plantation is in good repair with a never
failing wiell of wvater, and all necessary out
buildings. Togenthecr wvith a comomodious D~well
ing Ilouse, nearly completed-two Sturies high,
it) feet long, 42 feet wide, eight rooms and seven
IIT For further particulars apply to the Sub
scriber at the Spann Jiotel, Edgetield C. HI.
Feb 20 tf . 6
Land for Sale.
TH E Subscriber ofi'rs fur sale thec lands be
Ilonging to the Estate of J oseph Mlioore,
One Tract containing about seventy-seven
acres, adjoining lands of James Rainsfo'rd,.S.
Christie and others.
Onme other Tract containing five and a half
acres, adjoining lands of D)r. E. J. Mims, Mrs.
L. T. Moore and others.
The above Lands lies near the Village and a
portion of it is well timbered and can be pur
chased at private sale on liberal termts.
E. PE3N, Ex'or.
Feb 12 tf 4
Boot & Shoe Makers Wanted.
T WO FIRST RATE Boot M~akers
amnd three or four good Shoe lMakers,
one of them a first rate Peg Workman, ean lind
emloyment by applying to the Subscriber at
Edgeield C. H1.
R. T. MIMS.
Jan 15 tf 52
0T The South Carolinian, will give the above
four weekly insertions anmd forward account to
O F ALL DESCRIPTIONS, may be hand at
the Tannery for Can.
Also Tanner's and Neat's Foot Oil; the latter
the best artice for H arness.
Cash paid for Hides and good Oak Bark.
Alt orders addressed to Williams & Christie,
or to Mr. L. M. Munger at the Tanx Yard, will
be promptly attended to.
R. T. MIMS.
A LL thiose Indebted to thme estate of . Charles
B. Logam,..dee'd., are required to miake
payment, and those having demands to present
them properly attested.
M.. W. LILES, )
A. NIX. A d'rs.
E. P. IIOLL4OWAY.
Feb 19 Im - 5
J. M. NEW
WHOLESALE & RE
READY MADE CLOTHING, T:
UNDER THE U. S. HC
J M. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving t
j. of Ready Made Clothing ever o'l'ered in
und most improved styles of ianufacture.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS, YOUT]
r:f Country Merchants, and all persons vi
call and examine our Stock for themselves
T HE Subscribers are now receiving direct ft
the LARGEST and BEST ASSORT3l
COMBS, BUTTONS, PINS, NI
Together with a large an elegant Stock ol
SUSPENDERS, PURSES, BEAD
Goldand Silver Pencils and
LOOKING G -SE
Of every style and pattern, together with a ful
School and MiscellaneOus I
gr. Owing to the great scarcity of mone
termined to sell Goods this season lower than
ggF" Merchants from the country will lil
Augusta, Ga., Nov. 26, Gm
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist,
rjrAKiES this methodil of returning his thanks
1. to his friends and patrons, for the patron
ae lie has received in the sale of Drugs, Medi
le is now receiving an addition to his already
xtensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
ye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop 'urniture, &c.
TIE FINEST WVINES AND) BRANDIES,
for Medicitnal purposes,
Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
P ER FU MER Y
Of his own and Northern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
aint, Unir, Hast, Shoe and Tanners Brushes.
inctures & Medicinal Cornpounds,
miade under his own supervis!.onein strict
accordarce with the U.S. Disp'ry.
T'e mest Rleputable Nostriumis,
All of which he will sell at prics that: will
opre favoral1y with any Sounthern ma~irket.
Those wishing to purchasec articles ini his line
will do well to call and examine his Stock and
Edgefield C.11.. .Tan 22 tf 1
Messrs, Bushnell & Witt,
l'AKlt this method of informing their friends
Iand the pubilic that their Macine Shop is
now in complete operation.
They are prepared for building
annel Doors and Windows, Sash,
Blinds, Door Frames,
na all other articles ini the Joiner's Business.
edsteads, Tables, Wash-Stands, Ac
kept constantly on hannd for sale. 4
C A BI NET Wv 01RK,
made or repaired to order.
Sash will be furnished filed wit glass and
Toise wishing work in onr line, will please
cll and examine our Stock and prices before
bying elsewhere, and learni that ias good work
can he done at Edgetield Court IHouse, as can
Fb5 tf 3
State of South Carolina,
Briton Mims and others,
rs. -Bill for Part'n
James Rt. Garrett, , and Account.
William Garrett and others)
T appearing that the Defendants James
R . Garrett, Willi::m Garrett, Thomas 8.
Garrett, A bram Martin and his wife~ Caroline
A. V. Mairtin, William H. Garret t, Elizabeth
S. Brt, and B. C. Spamrks and his wife Mary'
nti F. Sparks, reside withont the limits of~
this State., on motion of Mr. CannIOtI., Plin
tiff's Solicitor: Ordered, that the said D~e
fndants, denmtr, pleamd (or answer to the
nainti's bill of Complaint, withbin three
onths from the ptublicaion of this Order,
or the said bill wtill be taken prTo confesso
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Feb 25 .3mn 6
U\IOUSE AND LOT containing about two
.acres, one atid a half miiles from Edgefield
on the Colunmbia Road. There are on the Lot
~twell of good water and all niecessary outbuild
ings for a small famiily.
The plae wilt be sold for Cash or on tinie,
-the puirchase money being amply secured
nd imned iate possession given.
It. A pply at this Office.
Feb 5 tf 3 ,
LL those indebted to the estate of Nathan
Norris, dee'd., are requested to make pay
aunt forthwith, and those having de.~imds
against said estate will please present them im
1iediately, properly attested necstding to law.
N. A. NORIIUS, Admn'x.
1 D1.... 4 A fn: 'r
BY & CO,)
TAIL DEALER IN
RUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c,
TEL AUGUSTA, GA.
e LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT
this city. Their Stock consists of the latest,
[S' AND CHILDRN'S CLCTHING
iting our city, are respectfully solicited to
oni Manufacturers, both North and South
:EDLES, RAZORS, SCISSORS
9, WALLETS, PORT-MONIES
Pens, Spectacles, &c., &c.
I and cheap Stock of
looks, Paper, Ink, &c., &c,
v- in the country, the Subscribers ard deter
ny House in Clharleston or Angusta.
se call mid examine for I lieniselves.
DUNIAM & BLAKELY.
RICH SPRING DRY GOODS,
(PASY K Fml2,
290 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
A rE now reeiving a complete assortment of
Rich and Elegant DRY GOODS, which
they offerz tWholesale and Retatil, New York
-sht prics. A mionig whtich will b~e found
Richt Satitn, Plaid, Silk and Wool Goods, a new
and beautlittl atrtiece for Ladies' ])ressett.
Etbroidered I lernenta, a beautiful Goods, made
of pure Twisted Silk, for' Lutdies' JDresses.
Bronde Silks,-of rich and elegant styl-s.
Plain Chatmelioni and Chenme Silks, of rich~and
Pure Whtite' lUroc'ale and Watered Silks.
Very. rich Light Silks, a bentutifutl article for
Evenint antd Second-daty Dresses.
Barege D~e ~nines, Unareges atnd Tissues, Frentch
Enirilered iad ])otted Swiss Mtuslitns, Swiss
andmi .Jtnconet Muslins, itn great variety.
Criped ntnd Plaid Sluslitns, itt gteat variety.
Sviss and 'Jaeonet Trinmmines antd Intsertings,
Collars, Cull's and Unzdersleev'es, of new attd
Riht Inmbtroisiered Muslin. Capes andl Chemnisetts
ieb Wrked lonerick .Lace Capes, Caps antd
Rib Ettbroidered U.tnen 'amtbtrie Handker
chlie'f$, som very fote.
French and l'ngIish Calicoes andl G ingh~amts,
]ilenehtel atnd B~rown Iiomespuns.
Daask Napkitns and Towellittg, I losiery and
Witht a great variety of nthter Goods, to whlicht
we trespxetfutlly invite the attention of the public.
March 17 tf 9
State of South Carolina,
I. T. Wright, Admt'r of
L41I.Mutndy, dee'd et al. Bill for Mar
vs. shalling Asseils
eorge L l'enn and othersJ
N pttrsuancee of thte order madie by Chnni
Sell or Johmnstont in this case, nil antd singtu.
lr the Creditors of' the Mereatutile~ firms of'
~enn & Blrannton, Brntnon & Mundy. Bran
tton, Mu tndv nnd Andertson, Bratmnotn & An
derson, antd. G. WV. & WV. B. Bratnnon, and of
le intdividuamls comtposing those Firtms, are
Iterbay notified that they are requir'd tot up.
er lief ore mte itn mty otliee amt Edgefield C.
I., ott Friday the 28th 31ay ntext, itt order to
irv and establiht teir respective detmands
md thtat utpon their fiilure so to do, thtey
will be bart'ed f'rotm all share of' thte Assets
Itromosed to be marshalhled byt this snit.
A. SIMI( INS, C. E. E.D. 1
Comm'rs Office, April 28. 1852. - 1
Apil29 . 6t 15
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
James A. Talbert,)
vs Declar. in Attach'nat.
Rieltara Batiley. )
Wmh B. Dlortn,
vs Declar. in Attack'nat.
3T TIE PL AINTIFFS in thme above cases htav
ing~t ths day filed thteir D~eclarationts itn my
fice and the Deendant have neithecr wife nor
Attortey kntown to reside withtitn thte limits or
tis State on whonm a copy of said Deelarations
with at rule to i*'e d ennt be served, on mtotiotn of
\Mr. AD~uS, Attorney for Plaittis, Ordered
iat said Defendattts appear attd palead to said
elarationts withina tiyear and a day from thte
Ite htereof, or judgmtent will be awarded against
te by default.
T HOS. G. BA CON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, A pril 23, 1852. y 15
ALT, persons indebted to the Estate of E. TT.
ANorris, dee'di., inl please cotme forward
and matke promptlt patymettt, and those htaving,
alemands atgaitnst said estate, are requested to
render themt itt pr.iserly attested.
N. A. NORRIS, Admr'r.,
JULIA A. NORRIS, Admn'x.
Marht4 3m '2
J UST Receiving a-fresh supply of Pickles,
Preserves, Sardeitns, T.obsters, Saltmon, Cit
ron, PRaisins, Prnnes, Essences for Cooking,
Fresh Mustard, &c. 'aS. E. 11OWERS.~
hla.... bu..g. April 1 7 ' ti Il
JVERWORT AND TAR..
SAFE and certain cure for Coughs, Colds,
.LCroup, Asthma, Consumption of the Lungs
pitting of Blood, Bronchitis, flooping Cough,
id all Pulmonary Affections.
6 Lovely Young Lady Cured of
THE following is from the pen of Wt. H. La
isoN, Esq., the distinguished editor of the U. S:.
[ilitary and Naval Argus, under date of New
'ark, January 26, 1851. What could. be. more
"It is seldomtwe permit ourselves to occupy.a
mce in these columns to speak in praise of any
rticle in the patent medicine way; but when we
!e the life of a fellow creature saved by the use
f any medicine whatever. we consider itas our
gt, if not our duty, to give a simple siatemeit
f facts, that others may. in like manner, be bene
tied. The case which has inducel us to pen.thii
rticle was that of a young lady of our acquain
%nee, who by frequent expositure to the night air,
outiracted a Cold which settled on the Lungs be
)re its ravages could be stayed. (This occurred
wo years ago this winter.) Varous remedies
rere usgl, but with very little effect or benefit.
'he .Cough grew worse, with copious expetora
iotn, and the sunken eye, and pale, hollow cheek,
Ad plainly that pulmonary disease was doing it;m.s
rorst on h'er delicate frame. The family-physl vf
ian was consulted, and although he would not
dmit to the young lady that she really' had the
onumption,yet he woiIld give no encouragement.
z to a cure. At this crisis h'er mother was per
naded to make use of a bottle of Dr. Rogers
ompound Syrup of Liverwort and Tar, and we
ire happy to state she was perfectly cured in.less.
han three months by this medicine alone, after
ven hope was destroyed. It: is useless to com
nent .in such a case as this. for the simple truth.
vill'rench where polished fiction never can. f
my doubt the authenticity of til statement;t
.hem call at this Ofice.-U. S. Military and Na
TESTI1GONT OP THE P 2183.
From the N. Y. Courier, Aug 13.
Dr.. RoErns' Svutur or Lrvanwont AND
rA n.-We imve heard of several important cures
reently efreted by this excellent medicinal pre
inration. and in one instance that came under our
ihservation, we can spenk confidently. One af
ir employeeis who lad suffered reverely fcgm a
ong standing cold, during the past wp k coin
menced tihe use of this medicine, and his old has
From the N. Y. 3irror, Sept. 2.
LtVAFnwOn-T A .D TA.-Or the virtues of'Dr.
Roers' Congh Medicines prepared from the above
rticles. it is ticedless now to speak; its efWicacy
n speedily curing Coughs, Colds and other lung
'om plaints, which too freeqnently, if ueglecte,
esuit in Consumption, is tno welt established in
ublic confidence to need eulogy now.
From the N. Y. Despatch, Aug 25.
Wa have heretofore taken occasion to give our.
estimeony in favor of the curative propertjes of
I)r. iogers' Componnd Syrup of Liverrort and
Tar, and wolild here repeat the advice alreadjr
iven. for all peronils who are afflicted with Con
ntimpton, or nny (lf the premonitory symptoms,
io umke a trial olf Dr. Itotters preparation. -
a.- The Genmne is signed At'DR EW ROGERs,
ItI the Pteel plate engraved wrapper around each
ottle, and is sold wholesale atm retail by
SCOVIL & MiAD,
113 Chartres street, New Orleans,
ole General Agents for the Sonthern States, to.
whom all orders must be addresed.
Sohl. nlso by G. L. PFKNN, Edgefield C.17r
WAII)LAW & DENDY, Abbevfle C It.
PR ATT & JAMES, Newberry, A. J. CREIGI!
TON. Hamburg, So. Ca.
April 1 -tf 11
LEWIS' STRAW GUTTER.:
H'.. I-E Unriersigned takes this eoerttnaty of
.stating to) the ptblic, that hec will-:havei
athiler lot of his Slnehines ready for nrket,.int.
lthe co'ursce of a few days. Persons wantting
these .Unhtlinies will do well to send in.their or
er~s early so as to e:'sture their beling filled.
Ile refers to the flo~wing Certificates,. of the.
tmanty whicht he has-received, for ad4lional tes
timlly in their favor. WM EIS
hamburg, Oct. 1, if 37
Wisos, (Penr.) January 22d'1851.
Man. Lttwts,-Trhe Patent Straw Cutter whtich
roui itivetnted-, nnl are tnow eitfering to-the publie,
e at mtost excellent itrtile nnd deseirves publie
hvor. Tw-o yeare since I pui-chased one and
mve had it in eusatnt usc-it has never been
it olf repnit itn'ant tespect, answering ali the
wroeses yoult rtecommt~nendE it for. I mot~st elteer
olly' comnend it to fiarmcers in ialI sections, ntnd
onld not he indnceed tol pa:rt with tke oue 1-hae
vitout the pireopect of obtatining .aNother, fair
ive tis it coest.
lespectfully, V. E. PIOLLET.
A UGt'sTA. (Ga.).Sept it, 387
Man. LEwis.-Dcdr Sir : Some titme sfiee
sed 'ote of your Straw Cutters to eut robcs'fur
iy plreparattion oif Georgia Sarsuparilla.. ::Ame
f the roots were very hiard and tough-I am
ippy to say your Straw Cutter has far exeeeded
my expectationis. The publie need ntot fear of
s getting" EUt of 1rde by cuttin straw eorid
le.or by accialentally getiteg 1nard substanews
n it. Yours, respeetlully,
EnGEFIEID C. HI., Sept. 10, 1851.
Mr.. 'Wa. LEws-Sir:i In yotir letter you
tk how I like the Straw Cutter I bought fruit
ou. I siny it excels anty thinig of the kind I
mye ever s-een, and I co~uld sot be induced to
mart witht it, without the pro'peet of gettingt
:nctl.or, fcr aity enmmoin ecnide~rntion.
WMl. P. BUTLERL.
EnCmarELD C. H., Sept.'.18, 1851.
Dran Smn: 1- have been using one of your
slta Cutters or some three or kcur monmbs,
mam satishied toat its -adlvantages over all
tiers, nre snueh that it will recommuend itself to
very observor. ]ts adaptedness to cutting- all
~ids of grain, hi any desirieble length, its security
e the operator, the miinimtum oIf power required
:o keepJ it in operation, the dispateh with whieh
t executes its work, combined with its simplicity
td durability, must make it invaluable to every
e that may have use for item.
A. G. TEAGU.E.
To Wa. LEwns, Esq., Hamburg, S. C.
Jaudirne. Siek Il'ead-achae, Dizzinee. Lose ef
A ppetite. Conutipat ion of the Bowuela, Piles,
cned by Costiveness, Pain in the Boweels,
or Rhenmatiism, caused by the erue of Mere.
ry, Syphilit, Scrofula, Boile, Ulcers, .jc.
1' 'lS PR EPA RATION is made as pure as poe
sible, Its hitter tastegnd beneficial effectst
in diseases of the Liver, and diseases arisig froms
in impure state of the Blood, prove it to lie the
PUREST ANIR MOST USEFUL
prraratio ofSarsa1parilhla that is made.
1'kose who have used the various preparations
if Sarsaparilla will findl, by the taste and effeet,
hat there is more Sar.<aparilla in one bottle of Dr.
Dxs-s' preparation, than in half a dozea bottles
is it is generally made.
Its alterative and mildly purgative effects upon
le bowels, make it-not-only a good substitute for
lercury, butuuecful inremovitg all diseasoesarisiung
rroem the imuprudlent use of Mercury.,
Preared only by J. DENNIS, Ml. D., Augusta,
Gor~ria. - -~
Sohel by A. G. TP.AcuF and 0. L. PENi, Ede
hieldl C. lN.; P. M. ConEaN and CAttEY & CouTu
IttEltt, Charleston ; lUoAvrwRnGHT & MnoT and F.
flRis. Columbia ; A. 3. CRanTtoN, Hamburg;
Wa. F. Tu-rT, DB. Pz.xa, H1ayt.~ax & Rus.
LEsY, WV. F. & J. Tuntrux,.W. K. Krrenan, BAa
)tTr- & CA itTER, Augusta, Oeo., and 5,y Drug
Price-8i per bottle ; 6 bottle for 65.
.w Remember to ask for DENNIS' GEOR
GA SARSAPARILLA. .
June 26, 1851' - 'if 23.