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TOO KMA LOVERS WILL PUZZLE A MAID.
TouNa Susan had lovers ao many, that she
Hardly knew on which to decide;
They all spoke sincerely, aDd promised to be
All worthy of such a sweet bride.
In the-morning she'tl gossip with William, and then
The moon would be spent with young Harry,
The evening with Tom; so among all the men,
She never could tell which to marry.
lleigh ho! I', afraid
Too many lovers will puzzle a maid.
Now William grew jealous and went away;
Harry got tired of wooing;
And Ton having teazed her to fix on the day,
Receive.l but a frown for so doing;
So among all her lovers, quite left in the lurch,
;he pined every night on her pillow,
And meeting one day a pair going to church,
Turned away, and died inder a willow.
Heigh ho! I'm afraid
Too many lovers will puzzle a maid.
THE EEAUTIFUL SEAISTRESS.
Sui sits by the window, sewing all day,
With a quiet and winning grace;
And oft from my chamber over the way,
I gaze on her beautiful face.
She busily plies her need!c and thread,
And always tidy and neat;
She's sprightly and modest, nor lies late abed,
And seldom is seen on the street.
When down on the floor she gracefully goes,
While her patterns before her lie,
I'd lie on the floor myself, heaven knows,
For a glance of her bright eye.
Her lot is too low for lovers who woo
For coffers of silver and gold:
But she has a heart, and energy too,
That are better a thjousandfuld.
,Now often I wish she'd lay her work by,
Nor labor so hard all the day
For I fear it will dim the bonny biright eye
Of my neighbor over the way.
No woman is educated, says Burknap,
who is not equal to the successful manage
ment of a family. Although it does not re
quire so much to rule a household as it does
to govern a State, still it requires talent of
the same kind. As he makes the best gene
ra' who has begun at the lowest post, and
passed up through every grade of office, so
he makes the best admiral who entered the
navy in the most inferior station; because,
they, and they alone are acquainted with
the whole compass of a subaltern's duty
so that woman will manage a family with
the greatest ease and efficiency, who knows
experimentally the duties of every member
Daughters who neglect this part of eda
eation are entirely without excuse, and their
mothers are still more to blame. The very
.apology which is often made for the neglect
of it, is the greatest condemnation of those
who offer it. It is said by those w"ho are
a-e growing up in ignorance of those things,
"Any one can learn how to keep house
when it i's necessary. And one wvho loves
he'r husband, and is devoted to his interests,
wvill make herself accomplished in those
things after she is married." As wvell-might
the young man say, " O,-what use is it for
me to learn a profession or make myself ac
qiiainted with the details of my business?1
W~hen I am married, if [ love my wife, it
wtill then be time enough to learn a profes
sion or to accomplish myself in the details
of business." Would there be any surer
omen' of total- failure and discomfiture I
That wvhich a w~oman can learn to do under
the tuition of love, can certainly be learned
to much greater advantage, under the tuition
of a mother.
If it is all so easy to learn, then certainly
they are utterly inexcusable who neglect it.
It is no degradation to the finest lady to
know all the details of domestic affairs. It
is honorable and ought to be her pride. A
woman, though she may be as beautiful as
the morning, as wise as Minerva, and as ac
complished as thle Graces, ought to know
the details of house affairs.
hMARRILD .IFE.-Julitls Moser gives the
followving counsel, from a w ife and mother:
"I try to make myself andl all around me
agreeable. It will not do to leave a man no
pains to, attract him, or to appear before
him wvith a long face. It is not so didlicult
as you think, dear child, to behave to a hus
band so that hie shall remain forever in some
measure a husband. I anm an old woman,
b~ut you can still do wvhat you like : a word
from you at the right time will not fail of its
effect. What need have you to play the
suffering virtue. The tear of a loving girl,
says an old book, is like the dew drop on
the rose ; but that on the cheek of a wife is
a drop of poison to her husband. Try to
appear cheerful and contented, and your
liusband will be so; and when you have
miade him bappy, you will become Eo, not in
appearance, but in reality. Th le skill re
quired is not so great.
Nothing flatters a man so much as the
liappiness of his wife : lhe is always proud of
himself as the source of it. As soon as
you are cheerful you will lie lively and alert,
and every moment- will afford you an op
portunity to let fall an agreeable word.
Your education, which gives you an im
mense advantage, will greatly assist you;
and your sensibility wvill become the no
blest gift that nature has bestowved on you,
when it shows itself in affectionate assidui
ty, and stamps on every action a soft, kind,
and tender character,. instead of wasting
itself in scret repinings."
WOMA was doubtless made to~ soothe
the sorrows of ma'n! For wvhat sound so
musical as her soft kind voice, when the
heart of man sunk in deep despondency, or
overwhelmed with life's bitter cares, draws
in upon itself, and feeds upon its griefs, and
wraps about it that heavy drapery which
shuts it from. the- outer worlil! The very
toces in which her words of kindness elothe
themselves have a powier so nearly allied to
celestial influence that she may wvell be
called his angel! A ministering spirit from
a better, purer world-pouring the cordial
of her unselfish love into his bosom, and
leading him. by her example of humility,
forbearance,, charity, and hope, to throw
off his earthly dross and anticipate the bliss
A LEssoN FOR SCOLDING WIVEs.-" ADxl
I dare say you have-scolded your wife very
often,. Newman,"-said I once.
Old Newman looked down, and his wife
looked up to reply
" Never to signify-and' if he has,. I de
servo it !"
"And I dare say, if the truth were told,.
you have scolded him qpite as often."
"-a"said the old woman, with a beau.
ty of kuidness which all the- poetry in the
world eannot excel. " How can a wife
acold bergwood man, who has bieen working
for her and her little ones all the day? It
may do for a man to be pevish, for it is he
who bears the crosses of the world, but who
should make him forget them but his owr
wife? And she had best for her own sake,
for nobody can scold much when the scold
ing is all on one side."
The annexed nine cautions to young la.
dies are almost as important as the ten com
mandnents laid down in the good book
We quote them for the benefit of our young
and unsophisticated maiden readers, wh<
may not yet have "told" their love; anc
who will, we trust, pay due attention to th<
sound advice here given, ore they tie the
"silken cord," for better or for worse.
1. Never marry for wealth, never make
money an object of marriage.-" Wilt thot
set thine eyes upon that which is not ?" A
man's life consisteth not in the things whic
2. Never marry a fop, or one who struti
about dandy-like in his silk gloves and ruf
fles, with silvered cane, and rings on his flu
gers. Beware! there is a trap!
3. Never marry a niggard, a closefisted
mean, sordid wretch, who saves every pen
ny, or spends grudgingly.-Take care, lee
he stint you to death.-Beware of the trap
4. Never marry a stranger, or one whost
character is not known or tested. Some fe
m:les jump right into the fire with their eye.
5. Never marry a mope or a drone, on<
who drawls and draggles through life, on
foot after another, and lets things take theii
course.-" Drowsiness shall clothe a man ii
6. Never marry a man who treats hi
mother or sister unkindly or indifIerently
such treatment is a sure indication of :
mean and wieked heart. And a young mat
guilty of such meanness, will never make r
good husband. Beware! ladies beware
Do you see a young man attentive, aflfee
tionate to his aged mother and his siters
attentive to all their wants with filial lov
and tenderness, virtuous, pure and lovely i
his deportment, fear not, his worth is abova
7. Never, on any account, marry a gain
bier, a spend-thrift, a Sabbath-breaker, a pro
fane person, one who in the least speak
lightly or carelessly of God, and holy things
Such a man, whatever qualifications he nma%
possess, can never make a true husband.
8. Never marry a sloven, a man who ii
negligent of his person aid- dress, and o
filthyhbabits. Theexternal appearanceofter
indicates the state of the mind and heart
With the pure all things are pure.
9. Shun the rake as a snake, a viper, or :
TO MY CIGAR.
Oh ! talk not to me of my charming young mnises
With checks like the ruby and teeth like the pearl
Eyes sparkling with mischief-and lips pouting fo
While love lurks beneath each encireling curl.
Though these I admire-still claiming no merit
For candor, my failing, I here will declare ;
And, oh !blame not, for the vi':e I inherit,
I admire, much more, my "hIavana Cigar."
For beauty will fade, and eyes lose their brightness
Soft cheeks their carnation, as time glides away
The voice its lov'd sweetness, the footstep its ligh
Till we know not to-morrow the wrec~lif to-da'
While I in miy study in comfort reclining,
Weep not that time'&s visits leave many a scar,
Nor regret that the world and its joys Im resignin1
As I press to miy lips my " Havana Cigar."
Should a friend prove unfaithtful, I only thank Ilet
And soon will my sorrows all end but in awoke;
Should sickness appear, .Eseulapins has given
The true "-Esculapio" all ills to evoke.
Then why should I sigh for love's trials and glorie
If content with the fate that the gods have di
I ne'cr was a poet, to sing love's falso stories,
Nor c'er ask'd a mistress, but one-" the dar
Still one word, gentle reader-be gentle with reaso
And blame not the feelings I here have express'
Nor charge my wild muse with discoursing love
Love ne'er has been known in my bachelor breas
For a wanderer I've travell'd, oft scorned and e
And friendship and love ever found lbut a star
That twinkled at night, to be lost in the morning,
While my only true friend was m'y faithful Ciga
HAlrR YOURSELF AT HOME.
Old Merry wvas a candidate for the offic
of representative in one of the counties<
the Old Dominion, and wvas a man of wealtl
and had some considerable pretensions t
the etiquette of the class of gentry know
as the " Old Virginia gentlemen"-in othe
wvords, he was a genuinze F. F. V. He we
not above the practice of those little atter
tions to the canaille, now so often stoope
to by the candidates for office, especiallyi
a close race. His neighbor-in-law, Bill
Hodge, one of the electors of the counta
was a plain old farmer, belonging, wve sur
pose, by the rule of ratiocinationi, to the oi
der of S. F. V. H~e was, moreover, a ma:
of hzorse sense, and hearing that his neighbo
Merry had become a candidate for the Legit
lature,. anid being of different politics, 1h
concluded to kill off~ his new born courtesj
by putting it to the torture of a severe tria
Accordingly, choosing a day wh'len lie knet
his friend Merry had several visitors at hi
house,, he repaired thither, and bialloed a
the gate.. TLhis soon br-oughat Mr. Merry wit]
your humble servant sort of a smile on hi
He invited him in, and it being very wvarni
weather, asked him to take a seat in thi
piazza, wvhere many of his male visitors wer<
sitting. He bowed and scraped around bin
a good deal, hoping to gain his good will
anid make himi a proselyte- to his iinterests it
the election, and insisted that he should maki
himself comfortable, just as he wcould a
Old Billy put on the most awk ward ap
pearance he possibly could, turned about
time or two,. then took off' his coat and sat
down. The attention of Mr. Merry, as ma~
be supposed, did not cease, and. presenitly he
asked his neighbor to' take a drink of wine,
wvhich he did!.
" Take a seat, Mr. Hodge,. take a seat,"
said Mr. Merry ; "make yourself quite easy,
and do just as you would at home."'
"Thank'ee," said Hlodge, "I anm doing
very wvell, only my shoes are a little uncom
tortable, so I believe I'll. take 'em~ off" and
suiting the action to the word, off they caime.
Mr. Merry looked a little astonished, but
said nothin"g Presently Mr. Hodge divested.
himself! of his jump jacketi, as he called it, at
the same time obseruing :
" I hope I don't intrude, but its so-uncom
"Not at all, not at all," said Mr. Merry;
"I like to see my friends comfortable;" at
the same time he inwardly consigned him to
a place where he would loose his right to
citizenship in this country.
At length old Billy, apparently overcome
with heat, stepped to one end of the piazza,
and quietly divested himself of his bieeches,
observing at the same time, "most allers
took off his breeches when about the house,
at home, in warm weather."
The first hint Mr. Merry had of the move,
was old Billy walking by him, fauning him
self with the skirt (!) of his shirt. In a mo
ment all the honors of the office of repre
sentatives faded from his mind, and seizing
Billy by the collar of his shirt, and gave him
a kick which sent him at least a part of his
way home, tlgowing his shoes, breeches,
coat, and jump jacket after him. The next
day the editor of the country paper got a
letter declaring his withdrawal from the can.
vass by Mr. Merry, and to this day his brow
is unshaded by the civic wreath, and his
deeds unsung by the bards of his country.
The above is founded on fact, and the par
ties are living to this day. If it has any mor
al, we leave you to find it out and apply it.
NO USE FOR TROWSEES NOW.
On the morning or the meteor shower, in
1833, old Peyton Roberts, who intended ma
king an early start to his work, got up in the
midst of the display. On going to his door,
he saw, with amazement, the sky lighted up
with the fialing meteors, and he concluded
at once that the world was on fire, and that
the day of judgment had come.
lie stood for a moment gazing in speech.
less terror at the scene, and then, with a yell
of horror, sprang out of the door into the
yard, right into the midst of the falling stars,
and here, in his efforts to dodge them, he
commenced a series of ground and lofty
I tumbling that would have done honor to a
tight-rope dancer. His wife being awakened
in the mean time, and seeing old Peyton
I jumping and skipping about the yard, culled
out to him to know
" What in the namnic o'sense lie was doin'
out thar, dancin' around thar, without his
But Peytoni heard not. The judgment
an1d the long black accounts he would have
to settle, nade him heedless of all terrestrial
things; and his wife, by this time, becoming
alarmled at his strange behavior, sprang out
of bed, and running to the door, shrieked out
at the top of her lungs
Peyton! I say, Peytou! whalmt do you
r mnean, ji ni's' about out thar ? Come in and
I put yotir trowsers ont."
Old Peyton, whose fears had now over
come him, faintly answered, as lie fell spraw
ling upon the earth, " Oh I Peggy, Peggy,
don't you see-e-e the w-o-r-l-d's a-fi-r-e ?
Thar ain't no use for tro-ow-sers now!"
Mn. TwoMBLv's MlrrrAK.-Mr. Thos.
Twomnbley had drank but six glasses of
branidy and water, when, being a man of
discretion, he returned home at the seasona
ble hour of 1 a. i., and went soberly to bed.
Mrs. 'i'homas Twombley was too well ac.
customed to the comings and goings of said
Thomas, to be much disturbed with the
trifling noise lie mtade on retiring ; but when
shte discovered that lie had his boots on, she
requested him to remove them, or keep his
feet out of the bed.
" My dear," said M~Ir. Twomibley, in an
apologetic tone, "skuse me! How I came
"to forget the boots I can't conceive, for I am
,just ats sober as I ever was in my life."
Mr. Twombley sat on the side of the bed
. ~Adaf~ci4.to.pll-f4ds i-ight boot.
-The attempt wvas successful, though it
brought him to the floor. On regaining his
feet, Mr. Twomobley thought lhe saw the
~door open. As lie was sure lhe shut the
door on coming in, he wvas astonished, and,
dark as it was ini the room, he couldn't be
mistaken, he felt certain. Mr. TJwombley
stamggered towards the door to close it, whmen
to his great surprise, lhe saw a figure ap
proach from beyond. Twomley stopped;
the figure stopped. 'Twomibley advanced
"again ; the figure did the same. T1wombley
-raiscd his right hand; the figure raised its
" Who's there?1" roairedl T[wombley, ho.
kginning to be frightened. Tihe obje'ct made
no reply. Twombley raised his boot in a
Smenacing attitud~e; the figure defied him by
shaking a similar objcct.
" By the [Hokey," cried Twvombley, "I'll
find out who vou be, von sneakin' kuss!"
H le hurled the boot full at the head of the
mysterioius object, when-crash ! wvent the
big loo~kinmg glass whlich TIwomeley had
mistaken for the door. Twombley has re
formed since, and is an ardent advocate of
Temnperanice Societies; but grows very
nervous when bioking glasses are mentioned.
PADDY, attending a broad-brim conven
Ction for the first time, was much astonished
and puzzled withal, at the manner of wor
ship. Hiaving bseeni told that the better
"brethren spake even as they were moved
Sby the Spirit," lie watched the proceedings
rw~ithi increasing disgust for their " haythien
way of wvorship," till one young quaker
rose and commenced solemnly:
"i Brethren, I have married !"
ri " The (levil you have !" interrupted Pat
YQuaker sat d(own in confusion, but the spirit
moving further, the young man mustered
couraige, and broke ground again.
" Brethren, I have married a daughter of
r"'fTie devil, ye hay that," said Pat " but
it'll be a long whlilo before you'll see your
OvERIPRAYE.D HIIMsELF.-Dlirrng the
prevalence of tihe epidemic in Virginia, in
1849, the negroes on the different planta
tions becane dreadfully alarmed, and tho't
they would certainly die with it. Among
others, in one of the upper counties, w'as a
negro boy, who having heard his father say
that the cholera would soon he along their
way, left his work one day and betookc him.
self to the woods. Here lie wans found by
Ihis overseer, soon after, fast asleep. Being
taken to task by him for leaving his wvork
h le excused himself on the ground that, not
being " prepared in mind to die," lhe had
gone to the woods to " meditate." " But,"
said the overseer, "how was it that you
went asleep ?" " Well I don't know
'zackly," responded the negro ; " but I speck
I must have overprayed myself."
Asr[G -rOO MLVn.-A young couple wore
sitting together in a romantic spot, with
birds and flowers about theny when the fol
lowing dialogue ensued:
"liMy dear, i~f the sacrifice~ of my lfe would
please thee, gladly would I lay it at thy feet."
"~ Oh, sir, you're too kind ! But it just re.
minds mae that I wish you'd: stog- using to
" Can't think of it. It is a habit to whbich
I am. wvedded."
"Very welt sir; since this is the way you
lay down your life for me, and as you are
al-ready wedded to tobacco, ll take good
care that you are never wedded~ to me,. aa it
lor the rtati Zaegislature.
Z. W. CARWILE,
S. S. TOMPKINS,
GEORGE W. LANDRUM,
JOHN R. WEVE R,
J. P. CARROLL,
W. S. MOBLEY,
ror Tax Colleter.
L. A. BROOKS,
F. W. BURT.
HENRY H. HILL.
R. S. KEY, "
FELIX E. BODIE,
VIRGIL M. WHITE,
W. F. DURISOE,
S. S. TOUM PKNS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OrrcE immediately in rear of the Court House.
Jan 22 tf 1
W ILL be found at all times in his Offico, at
Edgefield Court House, near the PLA.x rru's
lie will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov.14 tf 51
G. W. LANDRU1I,
WILL Pruetice in the Courts of LAW anl
EQUJIT Y for Edgefidd and Lexington Dio
triets. Ollice in Law Range, Edgefield C. 11.
Jan 16, if 52
JAM0ES M. DAY,
OF RICHMOND, VA.,
Permanently loiat6d at Edgefield C.
I1., offers his professional siervices to
the citizens of the Village and its vi
cinity ; and will attend"to any call he may have
either in tl Village or Country.
All opeilons warranted.
March 13,1850. tr S
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PARIKER.
Address Edgefield C. i., or Sleepy Creek,
P 0., S. C.
March 11 1852 . ly S
T IIE Subscriber lia removed to his N.N
. ROO'., No 1, Corier of Jeffercon Street atal
Park How, where he will lie pleased to receive the
calls of Friends!
W. P. BUTLER, MERCnANT.
June 10 tf 21
rJ3H E Subscribers ard~new receiving their usual
Spring and Smmer Goods,
Fancy an di~ Ie Dry Goods,
HO ,&c., &c.,
which they will sell'osu as good terms as te a
be bought n tint eka
At the Sto~re formerly occupied by John Lyor
next to Dr. Teague's 5grug Store.
WJLIAMS & CHIRISTIE.
March 25 tf 10
New Spring Goods for '52,
AT may Store, near the Court House, I have
just opened a COMPLETE and general Stuel
of all the
Varieties of the Season,
which I respeczfully invite the trading commziunity t<
call andl examine.
I would partienlarly invite the attention of the La
dies to nmy rich selection of
Esnbroideries In Collars, Cheni.
zetts, , Unindersleeves, Capes,
And to my splendid Stock in Printed
L AWNS., SWIJSSES, J..CON E T . PL A~I
AND FANCY RAiREGES,
A nd to a very beautiful lot of
Embroidered Muslin and Silk Evening
Prices (on credit until the first of January, ti
responsible and punctual buyers) to suit the tims
A liberal distinction made wihs persons buying~ Ioi
March 25. tf 10
OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE
T'OR the promotibn of Arts, Mechanical Inge,
.Lnuity and Industry, and Agricultural pursuits
The Fourth Annual Fair of this Institute will b<
held in Charleston, S. C,, commencing on -
November next. andteontinue open during the week
It is expected that the opening addreiss will b<
delivered by the Hon. PiERRE SOLeL., and an Ag
ricultural address by ED3IesD BUFFIN, Esq., of Vir
Specimens in every branch or Mechaniism, Arn
and Industry, alsoof Cotton, Rice, Sugar, Tobacco
and all other agricultural produets-Iforses, Cattle
Sheep and Swine, are solicited, for which suitablh
premiums will be awarded.
To the Ladies' work, which ha. contributed sc
much to the suecess of the Institute at all of its Ex
hibitions, the Commnittee have been specially charged,
and suitable and appropriate prenmiums will bL
awarded to the best specimnens in every department.
The Board of Directors of this Institute feel great
pleasure in mnnouncing to its numerous friends anad
members the triumphant success which has thtus
far attended their endeavors to awaken the South
eru States to their true interests in diversifying their
labor, encouraging-their own Mechanies and de
veloping their resources, and the Board have n
doubt that the ensuing Exhibition wvill conv.ince all
who may attend it, that the eflrts which this lusti
tute hans made for the last three years, have not been
thrnwn away, but fully appreciated throughout the
Persons desiring to exhibit articles at the ensuing
Fair will please address L. M. UJnren, Esq , Chair
man Committee of Arrangements, at as early a dny
as possible, so that suitable preparations may be
made and aill articles exhibited to the best advantage.
WM!. M. IAWTOIN, President.
WM. KTR1CVOOD, 1st Vice Presid't.
JOS. WALKER, 2d do de
W. G. DESUASSURE, Secretary.
L. A. EDMONISTON, Treasurer.
Diretor.,L. II TAYOR, G. N. R EYNOL.DS, jr.,
L M HIurcn, E WV EDGEn-re, III DWALKa, C Y
RirnaDsoN, E J Poxua, C D CARa, Was LEaur,
HiLxaT Cosui, E C Joxz., D N MeIs-rosn.
JAMES H. TAYLOR,
Chairmaw Coin. Correspondence.
June 22 - tf . 23
TJIE Subscriber intending to make an alteration
Lin is business, notifies all persons indebted to
him either by note or aceount to settle the same
by the first of .July next.
Thankfui to is fFiends for~ their very liberal pat
rnge, he invites the attention of~ the piublie to his
well selcted Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES,
which: he intends selling at the very lowest prices,
ror CrASH ()NLYV
S.. E. B3&WERS.
Hamburg, May.10% it l.7
A FAIRP piewill be given for RAGB, (a
- Hanbug, Aprl42l - sI 1
A FRES1I SUPPLY OF THE FOLLOWING
Bacon, Lard and Flour, hlustard in Boxes,
Beef Tongues, Capers,
Cheese, Fruits in Brandy,
Pine Apple Cheese, ,Strawberry, Itaspbury,
utackerel, in Barrels and Blackbury Jams and
SnImon, In Kitts, Pick'd Sarsafrass, Strawbury.
Fresh Salmon, Itaspbury and Letnain
" Mackerel, Syrups,
" Clams, Lemon nid Lime Juice,
Sardines, 1.2 and 1-4 box. Assorted Candies,
Pickled Pork, j " Kisses,
" Beef, |Bl'k and White Pepper
" Shad, jWhite Mustard Seed,
Porto Rico Sngar, :Ground and Race Ginger
Stewarts CofTee Sugar, :Bermuda Arrow Root,
Superior Brown 'Prepared Fanna, foud for
Loaf and Crushed " Iutants,
Pulv'd and Clarified do Colgate's Pearl Sarch,
Java and .aguira Coffee Soda and Sal Aeratus,
Jamaica and Rio " Sal Soda and Salt Peter,
3Iolasses, Table and Sack Salt,
A general assortment of Sperm, Adamnnine,
eas, :Tallow Candles,
Alaccaroni and Vermi- Turpentine, Soda, and
cilia, Fancy Soaps.
Rice and Rice Flour, Blacking and Blacking
Soda Crackers, Brushes,
Boston do Wine and Stoughton's
Sugar do Bitters,
Juibles & Ginger Cakes', Porter and Ale,
I.ayor Itaisins, Olive Oil,
Currants and Citron, Castor Oil,
.3inise, Nutmegs, Cloves, Wrighting Ink,
Pickles and Ketchups, Segars and Tobacen,
Pepper Sauces, Tubs, Burkets and Pails
West India Preserves, Willow Baskets,
Ginger do Brooms, &c., &c.
Added to the above. is a general assortment o
WINES, CORDIAILS aid LIQUORS, all o
which will be sold LOW FOIL CAst, by
1IOLLINGSWOR1T11 & NICHOLAS.
April 29 tf 15
DR. A. G. TEAGUJF,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
r pAKES this method of returning his thbanks t<
his frienids and patrons, for the patronage ht
has received in the sale of Drugs, Nletlicines. &c.
le is now receiving anaddition to his already ex
tensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye qtufl4, Paints, Oiis, Witlow Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop Turniture, &c.
TIE FINE'ST WINES AND BIANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
Fine Ci;gars and Tobacco,
PER FUM1R Y
Of his own and Northern make,
Frencla Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, Hair, lint, Shoe and Tatiners Brushen
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds,
made under his own supervision in.strict
accordiarce with the U. S. Disp'ry.
The m1o1 t Reputable Nostrivons,
All of which lie will sell at prices that will compar
favorably with any Southern market. Thoase wish
ing to purebase articles in his line will do well t
call pud examine his Stock and pirices.
Edgelield C. IT.. .lain 22 tf I
Messrs, Bushnell & Witt,
r AK E this method of inforinig their friend
and the public that their Machine hliop is nov
in eroplete operation.
They are prepared for building
Pannel Doors and Windows, Sash,
Blinds, Door Frames,
and all other articles giti the Joiner's Business
Bedsteads, Tables, Wash-stands, &c
kept constantly on hand ftar sale.
C A B INET W O RK,
made or repaired tot order.
Sash wiill be furnishead lilled with glasswand primei
Those wishinig work in our line, will please en
and exaine our Stocek atnd lrices before buyin
elsewhere, antd henrn that as goaod work catn be dost
at Ealetield Court hlouse, as can be founud.
Feb 5 tf 3
T l uscriber of'ers for sale his PL ANT'
T IO 1W uon Turkey Creek, about 55 miles Nort
of Edlgelield Court I louse,
The Tract cotntains Nine hundred ansd fifty (95(
acres', betweeni 3tint anti -400 acres of which at
in woods, andl aboaut 610 acres of low grounds.
Ott the piremsises is a large diwellinig Ilttnse.
Also, new atnd comtfo'rtable taut llouses, good Gi
llouse and Stables, &c.
-A L.s --
Antothier tract of Land about 2 1-2 til~es East o~f t1i
above, cotaininig Five hunidred (:,00) aeres. O
this tracet there atre abtant 80) aeres cleared witi
the last 18 mocnths-thie balanice is in woods, ass
.all good Cottonia n Grain Lndi~. The-re are stit
negro hiouses atnd stables ont thtis tract.
G.. A. Ai)DISON.
-Aprill1 ___ tf ____11
M 5 Y Friends and custonmers cr
find ate in the haouse below u1,
lingsworth & Nicholaist, and
u,.nal will mtake to order. for CA\SiI,
Fitie J~rees hoots..................7 00
to Pumtp lia0:t..................S 00
-tdo I)aauble Stole Wate~r-Proo'f.......9 00
All other kindls of woirk sit the laowest price.
Excellent Work, gausa Fits anid superior sty1,
-gutaranttied tto all those that mayt fatvotnr me wit
a call. W.\l. M e EVOY.
.latn 29 tf 2
4LL Permans inadebutd to the estate of Olivn
T.'owles. are rcaquieste~d to timike immetidiate pal~
mnitt and thoase having alematnds nanmin.t the mman:
will retider themt ini paroperly att td.
R. M1. SCULIt R Y, Aldiniistratoar.
9 tf 38
L1L those idebated to the es'tate of Charh
.i H. Logan, dee'd., are required ta tmake pay
meiit. atnd those having demtands to present thet
praoperly attested .W.T E, )
A. NIX. Ad'rs
E. P. IhOLLOWAY.
Feb 191 11m 5
A LL persons havinig demtands against the estat
o tf .1. A. Perrint, dle'd., are requea.sted to reus
tder them in to Capt. W. 11larrison, as lie is in
Agent during mty absence frtom the State.
A. PERRiN, Adnm'r.
Ajpril 1 tf Ii
ALL Persous indlebted to the Estate of Sampso:
. I. Slays, dlee'd., are regnuested to matke paty
mnt, uand allI thos~e hiavitng diemnands agauinst sail
estate will present themt prtoperly attested according
EVE LINA~ V. MATS, Adtn'x.
A pril 1 3mn 11
Teas ! Teas !
TJUST reeceivead a chioice lot of TEA S, from th
t.Philadelphaila Tea Cotmpany tofa superior quality
warrantedl or nta sale. hlyson, G unpowder, imperia
and Black of every adescription, putt upm smtal
packa~ges, for fatmily use. For sale by
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, A pril 21 if 14
A LL those indebted to the Estate of John 13. Lo'
..gaun, dee'd., aire requested to make immnediati
payment, all those having demands to present thei
properly attested. W.LLS
A. NIX, Ad'rs
E. P. IIOLLOWAY.
Feb 19 l im 5
ALL Persons indebted to the estato of Win. G~
A hall, dee'd., are requested to mnake ptiymenl
anti those having decmanids against the same to pre
sent them properly attested to thme subscriber.
WM. J. WXALKER, Adm'r
May- 6 6m . 16
LL Personss ind'tebted tothue Estate of Joseph
I. Moore, dee'd., are requested toimakte immedi'
ate payiment, and those having demands against thm
estate will present them in due form.
- E. PENN, Esor.
Fcb l2 tf 4
Spring and Summer Goofs ! I
J. A. VANWINKLE,
ER A TALOR,
NEXT DOOR TO GEORGIA ]RAIL ROAD BANK,
I HAVE now on hand and for sale a complete
and extensive assortment of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Drap
D'Etes, Casnerets, &c.,
For Spring and Summer use, which will be made
to order in a style of superiority and e-legance. Al
who are it want of fine garients and wish them
to fit as they ought to fit will please give mie a call
and satisfy themnselves.
Ready Made Clothing.
My Stock of CLOTi1lNG this season is full
and large. comprising Cloth. Frock and
Dress Coats, Cloth, Caslimreit
and Drap D'Ete Saeks. B'k,
Satin D'Chene White
and Striped Silk Sacks, Grass
Linen, Ponger Silk and Brown
Linen Sacks, 1'lack and Faney Colored
Pants, blarseilk Pants, and a large assortnm'nt
of Buff, White and Fancy blurseils Vests, &c.
A large supply of furnishing articles, such as
Cravats, Gloves, Hosiery, Suspenders, Collars. Silk,
Gauze, Cotton and Merino under Garments, White
and Colored Shirts, &e.
And a Fine Stock
Of PERFUMERY 4- FANCY ARTICLES.
All Goods in my establishtnent are of the DEs'
QUtALTY and will be sold right.
J. A. VANWINKLE.
Augusta, April 1 tf 11
HAPPINESS AND COMPETENCEs
IVRT IS IT I
That we behold ansay femrale, seatce in the merdian of life
bp.ken in health and spirits with a conplhcatia-n of dieases
and ailments. depriving them of the gewer oer the ensnyment
of lire at an age %bon physical heslls. btuoyancy of spnrtts,
nod happy serenity of mind, arising form a condition of health,
Mlany ofte wrtss of hersnufferings at ilrst-wrhaps years
before, pserlhAs, dluring gbirhosd. or tie first vear' of marriage
meie- in their orgin so blght as to pasts Unnoticed, anld of course
neglected. IN AFTER YEARS,
When too tie to be benefitted by nor knowledge. wr look
beck and1 mourn, and aegret the full cnsequences of our
Wht would we not often rive to posnen,. in early life, the
kiI-.e- we obtain in after years ! And nalt days and
nigtA ni .atsgui,h we might not lhare been spared if the
knowsledg. .-m timely iusarseed. It is
PIELANCUIOLT AND STARTLING
Tn 'achold the sirknen and tnfrrin:enulvred by many a wife
for tusav yearn. front raes simple and controllable, easily
retnedied-or better still.-not incurred, ifevery
WIFE AND MOTHER
Pasasesed the information contained in a little volume, (with
in tlte reach of all) which would spare to herself
YEARS OF MISERY,
And to her husband the constant toil and anxiety of mind,
eessarily devolving upsn lim from sickness of tise wife
withsut giving hi., tet opportunity of acquiring that ent.
Mpeence whicle s xertiosn aie entitled, and the ioseuton
of which would secure tile happiness of hisself, wife, and
SECURE THE MEANS OF HAPPINESS
By beruming in time osninuesed of the knowledge. the want
at which lass catieed time sickness atd ;"it erty of thousands.
Is Tirw of sneh conscquenesers, gin wife or mo'11her is escu
salile it-she nieglect t, avail herself uf that kanwlilge in
respect to lerseif. w:hich wvenld share her much sitferi.. be
tile means orf ltaai44iss anti rosperity to. her hushausl atd
esasaer state hier ed ren thit b eingrihore all tsnse-healtly
bodies. with healihy minds. That know ledge ias cuntaised sa
a little work entitied
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
Private Medical Companions
BY DR. A. 31. MIAURICEAU,
raorrasso or DtsrAsr.s or wownt.
One H1undredth Edition. 1mne., pp. 90. Parice, 5 cta.
(ox ritN rapma, RITNA a14t1soe, $1 00.]
First published in 1817. and it is not
SURPRIZING OR WONDERFUL,
Contderltng that E VE R Y F E M A L B,
WIIETHIER MIARitIED ORl NOT, en here
aequIre a full kntowleslge of the nature,
charnecter and causes of hera coaplalanti,
wai i te wartotns syanjatofln, and that
IhALF? A MILLION COPIES
should have been told, .
CIt in inapractiesble go ennvey fly tihe vanstes satsects
treated 01. as they are or a nature strictly intended far the
married, or those enntenmplating marrnage,, but ate female
desirous of ea ying health. and that beaut. consequent ann
of her 'anhand. bteitherima or w ill ohtain it. astasrC natt
reLy 'u -.as who a [eoae angi assecuaon at. aase a t
bean, or that of his own peeniary imyrovement.
UP'WARDti OF OlNE HUNDRED TflOUe
It SA ND COPIES
)Have been SENT BY IA It. within the lnt few months.
!airBase and Shmameful Fraud!!
CAUTION TO B00KSELLERSa
Y!0L.ATION OF~ COPYRLIGHTs
A SPL'RIOU'S EDITION
lhtgrant and barefaced, has been snrretptitissnsly issued, with
ith.e ons fosr,, and size, exactly the nsc Tame P'acr., ad
esseiy the same
Dntt anniter naine qnlbetitti ftor 'Dr, A.M~s. fianricean,
and. " lssstdst" fosr "New York." atnd the words,
F..sras:o accrsdi~i to Act of ro sas itn the rear 1r47. 1,y
In the Clerk's O.lice of the lIaistrict Coart of the Southers
District of New York,
The content., thec subject matter, and reading are
r'riited on poor, Isrownish, dirty paper, with a paper cover.
It can, be it,aw also from the rrrserablfeand iniegilte wood
custa rca.terel throughinut its pages. The copyright erlettor
If there are any in the trade so lost to shtame and common
Isottesty at to he willinag parties
IN DEFRAUDING THEIR CUSTOMERS,
No lean shan the leg-l ownler of the pro rty in copyright,
they will he prsuecuted, and satapsutIl Itaken to expose
ilteem to' th~e phatic.
A cop~y il li e unt to each bnokserlier t~r firm, (with the
terrrr aso- ufsich ther- wilt be fsrtinhed,)uspen receip~t of
Isis or thteir busiaesscadfare.
CAUTION TO THE PULI.
BE NOT DEDFRAUDEDI
- firy no hsnah onless Dr. A. NI. lansriceanu hts t.iberty at.,
N. Y., is isn the titie Isage, a.:d the entry in I lerk's Odfice on
the ha'ck of the title paer corresanels an herein. ansd jbty only
of restpeetab~lr and. bionairsble dealers, or send by naasi, and s
Sdra-s toa I~r. A. Ml. hlanricean.
Full title pae.r with contents, t,,gether with a few pages
treatintg of importass nt sbjects to ec ery marrned female, weil
~mbe senst, free of charge, to ay tane ensclosisg a letter stamp is
a tpretpsd le tter, addressed as heret,.
y Ott resceipt of FIfty Cents, for One
tksiltar for time fEdittoittona extra sandlng.)
asTItE MIARRIED WID.tIAN'5 PRIVATE
MIEDICAL. coPIPANION" Is sent (malled
ts-e.) to ny part of tthe United Staatss. AIR
ltfters anet be post-Itaxd. and addlretaed to
- Dt.. A. DI. MhAtIICEAU, Box 322t4. New
lork (I ty. Puitettahtnag 0*1ce, No.329 LIberty
Ireet, Nssw York.
t"For sale in this place at thse Drug Store of Dr.
A. lG. rvAn . Price only Fifty Cents.
Jtuly 21, I1852. 6m 27
D R. D E NN IS'.S
Jaundice, Sick Head-ache, Dizziness, Loss eJ
IAppetite, CJonastipaion of thse Bowels, Piles,
caused by Costireneses, Pain in the Bowels, or
Rheumaatism, caused by the use of Mercury,
Sy philis. Scrofula, Boils, Ulcers, s-c.
r'PII 'JPEPA RATIOIN is made am. pure as possi
*. ble. Its bitter taste, and beneficmal elreetst ins
diseases of the l.iver, and diseases arising froman ian
-pure state of thte Blood, prove it to be the
* PUREST AND alOST USEFUL
preparation of Sarsaparilla thtat is made.
Thlise who have utsedl the variouts preparations of
Sarsaparilla will find, by the tast and effect, that
thecre i's more Sarsaparilla in onie botltle of Dr. DEN
was' preparatimn, than in half a dozen bottles as it is
Its alterative and mildly purgalive eflfects upon tlie
bowels, make it not only a good substitute for Mler
tcury, btutusieful itn removing all diseases arising from
the imprudent use of mlereury.
I Prepared only by J. DENNIS, M. D., Augus.
Sold byA. G. TEAGUE and G. L. PEww, Edgefield
C. H.; P. hI. Coat!EN anad CAREY & CouTijatEa,
Charleston ; BoaTwaIGICT & ao? and F. CuRaTvs.
Columbia; 'A. J. CaEtGaHrow, Hamburg; Wit. F.
TVT, D. B. PL~UN,. HAviL.AND & RiaLEY, WV. F.
& J. Toarta, W. K. KirctnEN-, B~naETT & CAR
T ER, Anglta, Geo., and by Druggists generally,
Price--SI par bottle f 6 bottle for 55'.
Wy Remember to ask for DENNIS' GEORGTA
SAISA PA RILL A.
June 2i6. 18&-I tf 23
ALL PFersosns indebted to tho estate of Leroy
AL hia ndyr dee'd., arc hereby notified to
make iamediate paymnent, and those having de
mds will present them properly attested.
Hu. T. -WRIGIIT, Adm'r.
JuTyl 7 m -- 25
D' Abbeviile Banner will copy three months
LNOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDIE
Great Cure for Dyspepia!
r HE TRUE DIG
DR. HOUGHTO 'S TIVE' FLUID,
Gastric Jn i
prepared ainh .Rn
or the foufth Stivs
of the Ox 'affr' dir.
tions of BA'oai 1:1Z31
the great h'ysilologi
. Cihtermist, by :.
[IOUGHTo , M. D.. Philadelphia, Pa.
This is a truly WOND)E1 FUL REMlEDY for lad
pa. .Tunel ,r R0 N
Naiture's owvn A eent, the Gastric Junice. UItal a tensixO>
,f PEPSIN. tined in water, will digest or dtesolve, Ft
r'ounds of PRoast Beef in about two homa,. out of the st'ums .
PEPSIN is the ehief element, or Great .DIGE6TIN
Principle of the Gastric Jlulec-ihe Solvent of the Food,
PurIfyimg, Preserving and tinniating Agent of the8
and Itestinm. It is extracted from the Digestive a
Df tile Ox. this fomting a TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUI
preciselv like the natural (astric .leke in its Cbemicalpo
erA, and furnishlug a C0311'LETE and PEtFECT GAU
STITUTE for IL
Call on the Agent. and get a Descriptive Circular.
giving a large amount of SCIENTIFIC EVII)ENCE. f
Liebig's Animal Chnitry: Dr. Combe's Ph ysologor D
lion: Dr. i'ereira on Food and Diet: Dr.. ohn w. D
of New York University: Prof. Dunglison's Physiolog;
together with reports of cures from all parts of theUni
NO ALCOHOL, BfTTERS O ACID I
Remember this: Dr. IloroTroxis PEPSIN Is a
Natural Romedy. free fromALCOIIOL, I'TER.S A
and NAUSEf)VU6 DRUGS. It Is extremely agreeable
the taste, and may be taken by the most feeble potoents w
cannot eat a water cracker without acute distress. ,ow
of drugged imitations. Pepsin Is not a drug.
CURES IN E.ERY TOWNI
Dr. Iloughton's Parsne has now been tested, for upwa
of two years, In every large town in the United States. an
the Agents can refer 'I)yspepties to many remarkable
in every Town! N umerous detlail of cure, certificates.
Physicians and Patients, are given in the Circulars frlniih
by Agents, gratis.
Pepsin in Plid and Powder.
Dr. IHoughton's PEPSIN is prepared in Powder and In
Fluid Fonn-and in Prescriptiun vials Sir the use of 1'hysi
clans. The Powder will be sent by Mfail, free of Postage, fr
one Dollar. seal to Dr. Houghton, Philadelphia.
P'rivate Circulars fur I'hyslcinns may be obtained of Dr.
Iougtin or his Agent, derbing the wholeprecess ofpre
puration, and giving the authoritIes upom which the Claima
of this new remeudy ntre based. As it Is NOT A SECIRET
REtEI)Y, no objection can be raised against is use by Pby.
siclaus in resp-etable standing and regular iractice. I'ries
ONE DOLLAR per boule.
Every Bottle of GENUINE PEPSIN heas the .written
signature of J. S. Ioughton. M. D.. sole proprietor, rhiladel.
dhin, Pa. Colty-right and Trade Mark secured.
'r'Sold by all Drugists and Dealers in Mediclnes.
LW, Sold, also y 6. L PENN, Edgefneld C. 11. WARD.
LAW & LYON. Abbeville C. 114 PtATr& JAMS, New.
berry, and A. J. CREIGIITON, Hamburg, S.C.
July 23 ly
LIVERWORT AND TAR!
A SAFE, and certain cure for Coughs, Colds,
Croup, Asthma, Consumption of the Lungs
Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis, looping Cough, anad
all Pulnonary Affections.
A Lovely Young Lady Cured of
Tur following is from the pen of Wx. H. Lzvi
SON. Esq., the distinguished editor of the U. S. Mili.
tary and Naval Argus, under date of New York,
January 26, 1851. What could be more conclusive1
"It is seldom we permit ourselves to occupy a
space in these columns to speak in praise of any ar
Iile in Ihe patent medicine way; but when we see
the life (of a fellow creature saved by the use of any
mnedicine whatever, we consider it as our right, if
niot our duty, to give a simple statement of facts,
that others may, in like manner, be benefitted. The
case which has induced us to pen thisarticle was that
of a young lady of our acquaintance, who by frequent
exposure to the night air, contracied a Cold which
settled on the Lbngs before its rpxvages could be
sityed. (This occurred two years ago this. winte)
Varous remedies were used, but with very little eff t
or benefit.-The Cttgh grew Worse, wtitlh copius
expectoration, and the sunken eye, and .psle,- iollow
cheek, told plainly that pulmonary disease waadoing
its worst on her delicate frame. The family.'phys.
ein was consulted, and al1hough le wonhdnot - dimit
to the young lady that she really had the 'Consump
tion, yet hie woul give no encouragementas to a cure.
At this crisis her mother wass persuaded to make
use of a bottle of Dr. Rogers' CompoundSyrtp of
Liverwort and Tar, and we are happy to 'state shie
was perfectly cured in less than three months by this
medicine alone, after even hope was destroyed: If is
useless to comment on such a esse as'thisfo -ktlhe
simple truth will reach where polished 'fiction "4
can. If any doubt the authienticityof thi(atitille~t,
let them cal (at thisiOffice.-U. S. Militaryand---a
val Argus. - .: G.a
From the N. Y. Courier, A4I3~$
Dx. RoGEus' STRUP OF LIYvRaoT'ANT&L7.
We have heard of several important -ceres -ridenttif
effected by this excellent medicinal preparation, and
in one instance that came under our observation,'we
can speak confidently. One of our employeei whd
had'suffereudseverely from a long standing cold,- da:
ring tie pastsveek comtmenced lihe use of this medi.
enand his Cold has entirely disappeared.
Fromn the S. V. 3rirror, Sept. 2.
.t'Eawoa'r A ND TAa.-Of the virines of Dr. flog
ers' Cough Mcedicines prepared from the above arti
cles, i is needless now to speak ; its efficncy in speedi
ly etnring Comghs, Colds andm other lung complainta
w~hich too freequently, if neglected, result in Con
sumption, is too well established in public confidense
to need eulogy now.
From the N. Y. Despatch, Ang 25.
Wa have hetetofore taken occasion to give our tes
tirmony in favor of tihe curative properties of Dr.
Ilogers,' Compound Syrup of L~iverwvort and Tar-and
would here repeat the advice already given, for all
persons who are afflicted with Consumption, or any
of tihe premonitory symptoms, to make a trial of Dr.
a.g The Genuine is signed A NDREW IloGxas, on
the steel plate engraved wrapper around each bottle,
anid is sold wholesale and reai byIFA
113 (iiartres street. New Orleans,
Sole General A gents for the Southern States, to when
all ormders mu~st he addlresed.
(ft' Solhi. also by G. I.. PENN, Edeefield C. 11:
W A IDLA W & D)ENDY. .Abheville C. 11.: PRATE
& .JA31E$, Newberry, A. J. CREIGHTON, 11am
burg, So. Ca.
April 1 tf 11
LEWIS' STRAW CUTTER. -
rf H E Undersigned takes this opportunity of sta-,
A.ting to the public, that he wvill hare anothe'r
lot of his Machines readly fo~r market, in the course
of a few days. Persons wanting these .iiachines
will do well to send in their orders early so as to
enlsure their being filled.
Ie refers to the fo.llowing Certificates, of the
many which he has received, for additional testi
mony in their favor.
Ilamiburg, Oct. 1, tf 37
Wvsoy, (Penru.) January 22d 1851.
Man. I.EW1s,-Thie ratenit Straw Cutter which-yog
invented, and are now oftiring to thme public, is a
most excellenit article ande deserves public favor.
Two years simee I pturchaed one and have had
it in conistant use-it has never been 6ut of repair
in any respect, answering all the purposes you re
commnend it for. 1 most cheerfully commend it to
farmers in atll sectionis, and could not be induced to
part with the oiie I have, without the prospect of
obtaining another, for five timies it cost.'
Respectfully, V. E. PIOL1!.E..
AUGeren, (Ga-.) Septr 16 1851..
Mfa. LzEwis,-Deur Sir:; Some tinme since I used
one of your Straw Cutters to cut roots for my pre..
paration of Georgia Sarsaparilla. Somme of the roots
were very liard and tough.-! amn lappy to say you,.
Straw Cutter hmas far exceeded niy expectation..
The public need not fear of its 4etting out of order
by cutting straw or" fodder, or by accidentally get-.
ting hard substances in-it'.
Yours, rer pectfully, J. DEh NlS.
EDOEF EL.D C. I., Sept. 10, 1851.
MRn. Wu. Lawts,-,Sir: In your lefte you ask
how I like the Straw Cutter I bought from yo'ut
I say it execel any thing of the kind I have ever
seen, and I could not be induced to part witi ;i,.
without the prospect of gett~ig snotk~er, fce an~
.WM. P. BUTLER,
EDuritELD C. 11., Sept. 18, 16.41~
Drawn Suat: I have been using owe of your Strw
Cutters 'some thtree ur four membhs, and am satishmed
tont its advantages over ahlf others, are such that
it will recommnend itself to every observer. lits
adaptedness to cutting all kinds of grain, in any
desirable length, its security to thte operato,, eq
minimum of power:requirei b keep it isnieintioii,
the dispatch with which it excntes its work'eomru
bined wish ins aimpieisy and durability, tuust-make
it invaluable to every one tihat nisy haive uisfo
them. 'A.-G. TE'AGOL K
To WK. Luwra, Esq., Hamburg, S. C;
Turnaip Seed. .
JTrcied asuppofFreh TurnipSs of
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