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"Horrs looks beyond the bounds of time,"
For fruits of culture here;
flope uoars away to Heaven's fair clime,
Aad casts its anchor there.
Hope cheers the weary, panting soul,
And bids it ever riso
Above this earth, and seek a goal
Far, far beyond the skies.
Hope bids us look to Canan's shoro
For friends that hero we-mourw;
And says we'll meet them there once more,
Though to the tomb they're borne.
Then hope in- life, aye, hope in d'eath,
And hope whate'er may come;
With all thy hopes be strong in faith,
That Christ nty bring thee home.
"Hope thou in- Gc4,-' through Chrid the Sour
The Spirit guides the way;
Then shout in death the battle's wwn;
And soar to endless day:
Where in the mansions of the blesty
Thy trials all shall cease;
And- hil- thy friends in Heaven's reist,
To dwell with God in peace.
. Discourse wats recently preached in
the City of Washington, by Rev. Dr.
Dewey, enforcing the principle of obedieace.
This sermon has beeiv published in New
York and Bosron by Messrs. Francis and
Co. The preacher devotes a portion of
his sermon to the subject of family govern.
ment, which he thinks is not arranged as it
should be in this country. We quote from
this part of the discourse:
Let us go back then to the family disei.
pline. and see if we can determine what it
A parent is one; to whoni is c-ommitted
the charge of traiiiing beings, utterly igno.
rant, incapable of reasoning-ineapable at
first, of knowing the reasons of things-up
to* knowledge, virtue and happiness. To
his care, to his love and tenderness, to his
guidance and control, they are committed.
His very position implies authority; divest
it of that, and it loses- all digmity, fitness
and reasonableness. It cannot have been
meant, that his wisdom should be thwarted,
and hirlife distracted by the passion, ca
price and wilfulness of his children; but
that their passion, capiice and wilfulness
should be subject to his authority, Could
there be any such thing as compact, in the
case, we should say, it is but a fair compact
between the two-" I will train and take
care of you, if you will obey ine." It was
never meant, in the ordinary course of things,
that duties should he nmartyrdoms. And
yet, half a dozen little children, irrational
beings, ungoverned or only half governeod
wilful-breaking out constantly into screams
of passion, turning things into perpetual
disorder and disarray, doing this and that
running this way and that' wvay,. thtout
check, or controlled only by miomnentary
expedients to get along-must make of the
mother's life, or of sonme other person's life
who hams the charge of them, a sort of living
nrtyrdom. It is- an abrolute anid enor
mnous wrong in the nature of things. It
mis be a sad teaching of right to those
young minds; for it is a wrong ; it is an un
aigteousness,. enacted into the very govern.
ment, or rather mis-government of a family.
And there is no necessity fur it. These
children can be governed. They in some
respects, is natural to themn; and tinmy are
trained b'y neglect or by a false system of
treatment, to a disobedience, that is unna
tural and monstrous. A chaild disobeying
it. pumets-God's law~-nature's law is
aegainust it. Let the righmtful law be laid
upon it from the very beginning.- I am per.
suaded it is a great miktake we make, in
supposing that nothing in this wise can be
done, till the child is a year old. It wvoul
be nearer the truth to say, something can be
done wh'en it is a month old. Just as soon
as it has at i ill, rising above instinct-i. e.
a conscious and pmer.istinmg will-that will
should, on proper occasion.<, be gently anal
firmly redtrainedl. And that discipline cons
tinued, ever gentle hut firm-ever loving,
considerato and~ sympathisinig, but to its
point firm-fromn its point, imumovabl-wvill
secure a patient andi perfect obedience.
if the child is never permitted to disobey, it
wvill soon cease to think of it as soon as
possib'e. A.id it should never he permitted !
I say it is a sin before Iheaven ; and is no
more to be tolerated thanm lying or stealing
is to he tolerated in the house. Such a law
established, and the house would be builded
anew. Passionate self-will-the most hate.
ful thing, I believe, on earth-would be
driven ount of it. The- sweetness of obe.
dience wvould' erster in. It' would be that
peace, that family love, which the Psalmist
celebrates when be says, "o tlo good and
pleasant it is!" It would be like that per-.
fume of holy incense to which he compares
it. It would be like " the dew of Hlermoni"
-like " the dewv that descended upon the
mountains of Zion; where the Lord come
muanded the blessing, eveni life for evermore."
Yes, the children themselves wvould be
incomparably happier in obedience. We
doe them the cruelest wrong, if wve gi-ve them
up to- their own self-wilh To give them
comfits and sweetments, that make them ill,
because they cry for them is but an illus
tration of the evil and wrong which wve do,!I
in this wvay, to their whole moral nature.
It might seem at first sight, that indulgence
would make them happier ; and. with many
kind hearted but mistaken parents, that is
the plea; but it is not true. Wilfulness and~
wvay wardnmess, in child or man, is the unhap
piest of all states of being.. Ever in such
state, are things growinmg worse--4ho craving
for gratification mocre intense amd more un.
reasona ble-the whole life and being more
-truly miserable. Only wthen living under
lawv-only when- waikinig in obedience, is
child or man, family or State, happy and
truly prosperous. Selfibh passion every
where is anarchy, b-getting injusticoand
bringing forth destruction. 'The reign of
conscience only is calm. The reign of.
order is " peace and quietness and assurance
THE CHARMS OF LIFK.
There are a thousand things in this world
to afniet and sadden, hut 0 ! howv many that
are beautiful and good ! The world teems
with beauty-with objects that gkadden the
eye and wvarm the heart. We might be
happy if we would. Ther'e are ills wve can
not escape ; the approach of disease and
death ; of misfortune ; the sundering of
early ties; and the caniker-worm of grief;
but a vast majority of evils that beset us
might be avoided. The course of intem
perance, interwoven as it is with all the
ligaments of society, is one which never
strikes but to diestroy. T[here is not one
bright gage on the record of its progress;
nothing to shield it from the heartiest exe
cration of the human race. It should not
ala- iust not. Do n'v -.: " -~.
let wars come to an end; and let friendship,
purity and kindness, mark the sintercourse
between man and mar. We are two
selfish, as if the world was made for us
alone. How much happier would we be
were we to labor more earnestly to promote
each other's good. God has blessed us
with a home which is not all dark, There
is sunshine everywhere-in the sky, upon
the earth-there would be in most hearts if
we would lobk around us. The storna dies
away and a bright sun shines out. Summer
drops her tinted curtain upon the earth,
which is very beautifiul, even when autumn
breathes her changing breath upon it-God
reigns in Heaven.
PRIDE.-A proud man is a fool in for.
mentatron-swelling and boiling like por.
ridge pot. He sets his feathers like an owl,
to swell and seem bigger than he is. He is
troubled with an inflamation of self-conceit,
that renders him the man of paste-board
and a true buekram knight. le has given
himself sympathetic love-powder that works
upon him to dotage, and transforms himself
into his own mistress, making most pas
sionate court to his own dear perfections,
and worshipping his own image. All his
upper stories are crammed, with masses of'
spongy substances, occupying much space;
as feathers and cotton %ll stuff cumhions
better than things of more compact and
ADVERSITY.-" Earthly prosperity," says
a thoughtful writer, "should be estimated by
its influence on the soul. What we hear
teimed adversities, may in reality be bles
sings. When we cast off these vestments
of clay, they will, perhaps, come in shining
garments to welcome us to eveailasting habi
This is a beautiful sentimne:t. How often
does it happen that we do not know our
own strength until we have been thorough
ly tried in the furnace of affliction! We
find ourselves coming 'orth fron the fiery or
deal, stronger than when we entered-re.
fined, perhaps, in sonyo degree, from the
dross of earth, and prepared to exclaim,
with the philosopher, "sweet are the uses o1'
IVSTrnY may be considered as the
purse, and frugality as its strings, which
should rather be tied with a bow than a
double knot, that the contents may not be
too difficult of access for reasonable people.
MKx is born passionate of body, but
with an inniate though secret tendency to
the love of good in his mainspring of mind.
But, God help us all, it is at present a sad
jar of atoms.
a man will retract praise ; none
but a high-spirited mind will revoke its cen
sure, or can praise the man it has once at
Z'or the Stato ZLegislature.
S. S. TO3IPKINS.
G;EORGE WV. LANDRtU3,
JOHN RL. WEVERL,
J. C. ALLEN,
J.- F. CARROLl,
W. S. MOBLEY,,
A. 3. IIAMMONI),
Z. WN. CARWILE,
Focr Tax Coneoctor'v
WILLIAM1 L. PA RKS,
L.. A. BROKS.
F. WN. ItURTr.
JIENItY II. ILiL.
BARlN EY .. IA M.AR-,
IR. S. K EY.
F"K[.IX E. BIODIE,
VIRc.I. )t. WHIITE,
WN. F. DURISOE,
S. S. T O IP KI NS,
ATLTORNEY AT LA W.
OFFrcerimmediately in rear of the Court House.
Jan 22 tf 1
G. W. L A ND R U ,
~ILL Practice in the Corts of LAW anid
E.QUiTY for E.lgerdd arid Lexington Div
ets. Ollice ini Law Range, Edgefield C. HI.
Jun 16, if 52 ]
JOSEPH ABNEY, I
.ILL bc found at all times ina his Office, att
IVEdIgefie.ld Court house, necar thre PL.ANTER's
H~e will attend promptly and strictly to business
Nov.14 tf 5
JAMTES MI. DAT,
OF RICHMOND, VA.,
Peranenictly loeated at Edgefie'ld C.
H., offers hris professioal services to
the ciis of the Village and its vi
iniy; amid wiliattenid to any call he.-masy have
,ither in the Village or Country.
March 13, 1850. tr 8
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PARKER.
Address Edlgefield C. H., or Sleepy Creek,
PO., S. C.
Mtarehi 11 1852 ry8
A Teacher Wanited
JO TAKE charge of WOOD VILLE ACADE
LM Y, next year.
Woodville Aendemry is situated in a heahy re-I
glen ini the itpper port of Edgeflichl District. A p
plicants should be fully compe-tent to prepare Stn-'
dents to enter the South Carolina College, and also,
recommended as to moral character.' To such an
erie a good salary will be given.
A ddress either of the Trustees, Phwnix, Edge
field District, S. C.
.A. STA LWORTII,I
RI. R. TALitERT, -Trust.
A. K. WA TSON, I
WX. N. MOORE,
Sept IX 2mr 31
I S HER EBY given that application will be mad~e
te the Legislature of S. Carolhina at its next Ses
ion, to opena a new Road,leaving thre A ugusta Road,
(via Fury's Ferr-y) near the re-sideneo of Thos.
eKie, Elsq., following the route of the Mark Rock
Path, anid inatersecting with Anderson Mill Road
ear the residence of A. Morgan, Esq.
Sept8 3m 34 l
Ad iitao' Notice.
SLL~ Persons having demands against tire e
i. tate of A. H. Coleman, dee'd., are requeste-d
to present them properly attested, and those in
ebted previous to his death, by Note or A ccount,
will make immediate payment, as further indul
ene will not be eiven.
WILSON ABNE.Y. Adim'r.
Bargains in Fine Dress Goods.
W IIL sell for the balanoe of the Summer theie
splendid Stock *of Ladies' DRESS GOODS,
it New York cost, consisting of rich SILKS, BA
[I'XICES,TISSlJES, Sewing SILKS, French al US
[INS, GING HANIS and CALICOES. The Goods
having been purchased in the closest manner foir
msh, great bargains may be expected. .
Aug 4 tf 29
At Manufacturers' Prices!
SNOWDEN & SIIEAR, Augusta, Ga., have
,,just received a very large supply of NEGRO
CLOTlS, imong which are several Styles frrmr
the manufactiory of F. & II. Fries, of North Caro
ina, of superior style, and made of good domestic
Wool, an article greatly superior for wear to those
nade of the coarse imported wools.
A full supply of William Schley's ani Geo Sciley's
Negro KERSEYS, of their varions styles, and
D'otton OSNABURGS, of the Augusita, biadison,
licimond and Iigh Shoals manufactories.
11IRTINGS and SIIEETINGS of the Augusta
%lanufacturing Company. They will also receive
n1 a few days, a full supply of Plain and Twilled
Negro KERSEYS, the first of a superior article,
'rom the Augusta %anufacturing Company, and al!
f which thev will sell at the manufacturers' prices.
LT Planters and Country Merchants are respect
'ully invited to call and examine the assortment.
August 3 tf 29
aiborty Hill, S. C.,
I AVE on hand a fine assortment of PLAN
I TATION BIOGA NS, and are prepared to
uake to...order B OO T S and 8H10 ES of
verykind and variety, at the lowest Manufacturing
Thev will receive in a few days a full assortment
:'f FA:MILY GROCEALIES together with a choice
election of FAMIILY MEDICINES, all of which
will be ollered at the ;owest market prices.
Sept 1. if 33
Bagging, Rope and Twine.
$0,000 YDS. IEAVY GUNNY BAGGING
30,000 " Superior Dundee "
200 Coils H EMP RO!'E,
1,000 Lbs. best TR1I lEE PLY TWINE,
6,000 Lbs. Sweeds, English and Country I1RON
rugether with a large and complete assortment of
Hardware, Groceries & Dry Goods,
vbieh will be sold CHE APER than ever before
,ffered in any Market this side of Charleston.
Orders from the country stolicited.
AGNE W, FISI8ER & CO.,
Direct inporters of Hardware, &c.
Newberry C. I., Sept 1, 8t 33
SIMPSON & GARDINE1,
Warehouse & Com'n Merchants
McINTOSH-ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
IT 1-o Undersimed cntinue the WAREHOUSE
r A.V COMMISSION BUSINESS in all
ts branches, in .ludge Starnies' Fire Proof Ware
I ousme, on meIntosl-street, under the ntame and
tIle of SI6PSON & GA R I)INEt.
in tendering to our friends, and the public gen
-ally, ou thanks for the liberal patronage extended,
ve take this method of assuring all, that no effort
t our part will he wanting to advance the interests
if those who tmay conaide their business to us.
Orders for 1Bagging, Rope and Family Supplies,
,rompltly lilled at the lo'west umarket rates.
C2asha advances umadc on produce in Store when
equiet.J. R. SIalPSON,
J. T. GARD)INER.
A ugusta, Aung 25 6m 32
A.T TIIE OLD STAND OF S. & J. GILBERT,
CHRLTCoN, s. C.
SI & E. MI. GiLBERT continue the
'a . CA IURAGEBLUSINFSS at the above stand,
Sos 35 and 40J. Wentworth Street, where they will
,e pleased to exhibit to their old friends and cus
etmers a verv
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
otmprising~ those of their own tmanufture together
-arious5 other styles u~tnally found in this market.
Their long aeriunitntanuce with this ma~rket ats
ilanutfatutrers atnd I ealers will etitble :tem to
IRer great indutcentments to putrch~asers both in styles
Aug. 25 tf 32
3rilliant Display of' Jewelry !
[ h AVE just reeuived,. in addlition to myv formaert
steoekof JE WEL R Y, a hiandlsmte assortmnent of
Doubttle atnd single Cased Goldh I.ever Watches
Anchom'r Elenpeint and ;uil Ietachled ""
D)ouble and Sinagle C:wsed Silver Lever "k
G:~etimen's Gunard. Fob and Vest Chains,
Lathes Chatalaiines and Gunardh Chains,
" G-oldl sttds andt Hair Itracelet,
Culy Pitns, Guild 'and Corne'lian Chtartms,
Crosses. Loekets, A rrows. Bottons, &c.
Fashionable PBroebes for Ladies antd G eats,
"' Ear atnd Finger Wuigs,
Gold and Silver Thiimtbhes,
Gold Pencil Cases, with antd wtout Penis,
Silver Comrbs, Coral A rmlets antd Necklaces.
'hese articles I received direct fronm the Importers,
re all wanaate.Ni timid shall be sold L.Ow.
W. P. BUTLER.
A pril 13 tf 13
Fand and idegr'oes for Sale.
1 11E Subscriber wishing to nmove toh the West
offers for sale Is [Plantation lying on the wa
E-rs of Big Creek, Edgefield District, containing
our hutndred (-l00) acres of Land, one huttdred of
daiieb are in a hight state of cultivation. The re
iaindler is mostly woodlhmd. Otn the premaises is a
ecod D~wellittg liouse, and all necessary out-build
TEN LIKELY NEGROES,
toek of Cattle and lHogs, four Young Mtules, Plan
itiotn Tools, &c.
Aises, if desired, the present year's Crop of Corn
To an app~roved purchaser a great bargain will be
iven. For tertms apply to the Subscriber on the
remaises. J01hNSON LOWRY.
N. B-All persons indebted to thec Subscriber
re earrnetly requested to umke payttent before
eturn day. J. Li.
A ug 25 3mn 32
Land for Sale.
~lIE Subscriber offers for stale the hands belong
ing to tihe Estate of Joseph aloore, deceased.
One Tract contaitning about seventy-seven acres,
djoining lands of James Rtainsford, S. Christie
Otne other Tract containing fiye and a haf acres,
dijoining lands of Dr. E. J. Aints, hMrs. L. T.
lore and others.
The above Land~s lies near the Village and a
>ortion of it is well timbered and can be purchased
et private sale on liberal terms.
E. PENN, Ex'or.
Feb 12 tf 4
,LL Persons itdebted to the estate of Leroy
I'I. Alundy, dee'd., are hereby notified to
nake imnmediate paytmenit, and those having de
muids will present them properly attested.
11. T. W RIGhiT, A dt'r.
July 7 3m 25
11T Abbeville Banner w-ill copy three tmonths
ad forward accotnit to this Office.
NL ARG E stock of Choicee BA CON SIDES
'110OULDERS, H AMS, and i ARD, for
ele by S. E. BOWER6g.
Hamtrborg, A pril 21 tf 14
Extra Fine Chiewinug.
TUST received a few Boxes of EXTRA FINE
' CHE WING TOBA CCO, the celebgated " Cal
noun Brand,"~ manufactured expressly for thte Sub
eriber. G. L. PENN, AGr.NT.
SAug 18 tf __ 31
Sugar and Coffee.
L AMA now receiving tmy Spring stock of SUGA R
and COFFEE, consisting of a superior article
f Brown Sugar, Clarified, Crushed and Loaf
lovernment, Java and Rio Coffe~e, of a superior
uality... E. BOWVERS.
Ham.r...- Ap.r.l 2, ,f 14
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSA.,.1IRONIC OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
THE KIDNETS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM
A Disordered Liver or Stomach,such as Con
stipation, Inward Piles, FUitjess or Blood to
the Head, Acidity of the Stomackr Nausca,
Beart-bmn. Disgust for Food, Fullness or
Weight in' the Stomach, Sour rucitation's,
Sinking or Fluering at theit of the Stomach,
Sminming at the Head, Hxrried and Dificult
Breathing, FlutteringtW uheRuart, Choking or
Sufocating sensations whcin a lying postrC,
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the
Sight, Fever and dull pain in the Head, Defi
ciency of Perspiration,'yell.otness of the Skin
and Eyes, Fain in the Side, Back, Chest,
Limbs, 4.c., Burning in the Flesh, Sudden
Flushes of Heat, Consti*t Imaginings of Evil
and Great Depression of Spirits, can be efiect
ually cured by
D R. H100,FblsN D'S
ELEBRATED GIERMAN BITTERS,
DR. C. 11. JACKSON,
AT TIE GERIMAN MEDICINE STORE,
120 Arch Street, piiinadelphia.
THEIR -owerover the above dissee is not excelled-If
equalled-b any other preparation In.the United States. as
the cures attest, in many cases afler skillful physicians had
These Bitters are worthy the attention of invalids. Po
sesalnta great virtues in the raglocation of diseasca of the
Liver and lesser glands. exercistg the most searebing pow
evr In wenkiess and affections of the digestive organs, they
are withal, safe, certain and pleasant.
Read and be Convinced!
The editor of the "Bosrox Br," sold in his paper of the
28nd of June last:
D. loor"u,'s VzLtmXAnt:Granai Eirrra fir the
euro of Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dysipeln, Chnnle or
Nervous Debility, Is deservedly one of the most popular
inedilnes of the day. These Bitters have been useoc by
ltothtusands, and a friend at our elbow says lie has himself re
ceived An effeetual and permanent eure of Liver Conplaint
from the ute of this remedy. We are convinced that, in the
use of tie i litners, the patient constantly gains strength and
vIgor-a fnct worthy of great considerallon. They are plerss
ant in taste And smell, andl can be used by persons with the
most delleite stmnachs with safty, under any circumsLanceN.
We are spetking from expCrtette, and to the afilieted we;
advise their use.
"ScooT's Ttry," one of the best Literary papers pub
Dp. JHoormair Grn ]aBr mai, mannctured 1,y Dr.
tackson, are now recoinmended by some of the most poroin:
nent memi bers of the faculty as an article of mu,' efleacy *n
ennes of female weukness. As suchl theense, we would nd
vise all mothers to obtain a bottle,-and thus save them'-.ves
touch sick ness. Persons of debilitated constitution' will itnd
these Bitters advanlageons to their eanlth, as we know from
experlence the salutary effect they have upon week systems.e
The Hon. C. D. 1t.wx, Mayer of the City of Camden
N. J., says:
"UnorLAND's Grrw Bnrrra,-We have seen many
flattering notices of this medicine, and the source from which
they caine Induced us to make inquiry respecting its neritoe.
From inquiry we were persuaded to use it, And iust say
we found it speeifc in Its action upon dheases or the liver
and digestive organs, and the powerful influence It exerts
upon nervous irnstratlon Is really surprising. It calms and
strengthens the neyvee, brniang them Into a state of repose,
Making sheVp refreshing.
" If this medicine was more generally used, we are satistned
these would be less sickness, as from the stomnach, liver, and
nervous system the great majority of real and Imaginary ,Ili
etses emannte. Have them in a healthy condition, and you
enn Metd defiance to epidemis generally. This extrantinary
nedlelne we would advise our friends who are at tilt indiI
posed, to give a trial-It will recommend Itself. It should, In
fact. heo In every family. No other medicine Can produce
such evidences of merit."
Evidence upon evidence hanGben received (like the fore
goiigi from all sections of the t'itn, the last three years.
and the strongest testimony In it favor, is, that there lsmore
of it used In the practice of the regular Physicians of Phlila
delphla, than allyothernretrums Combined, a fact tiha enan esi
ly be e notattished.:net fully proving that aseletiie preparn
tion will meet with their quiet approval when prosented even
In Is frm.
That this nedicine will cure Liver Complaint and Dyspep
sin, no one can doubt afh-r using It as dirreted. It aets spe
cinlently upon the stenach and liver; I ls preferable, to C1n
met in ALL IILIOU4 DISEASF.--the effect 6a immedi
ate. Thev can be administered-to -females or infants with
safety and reliable benefit at any time.
L~ook well to the marles of the Genuine.
They have the wrItten signature of C. Mc. JACK~SON
upon the wrapper, and lis nameblowna in the bottle, wIthout
whdeh tey are spuinous. .
SW"'Foer sate Wholesale and RetaIl at the GERJMAN
31tElllNE STOR.E, No. 12e) eh street, on, dont~ below
Sixth, l'hilhukiphin; and by respectable dealers generally
through the country.
To enalile all clnasses of Invalids to enjoy the adlvanta ses of
their great restoratIve powers. l'ytsosaz Don-t, 75 . n..
g27 Also, for snalai this.3aV~.-f h
4 . L PENN, Acamrv.
14ept 1. 1652. y3
D R. R OG E RS'
LIVERWORT AND TAR !!
\SAFE and certain eure for Coughs, Coldus.
.Crotup, Asthnin, Conasumption of the Lungs
Spittinag of Blood, Hroenchitis. lloopig Cough, and
all Puhnonnnry A ffeetions.
A Lovely Young 'Lady Cured of
Tnr. following is from the pen of War. 11. T.ri-z
soar, &rq., the distinguished editor of the l'. S. .iii
lary arnd Naval Argus, under date of New York,
January 2f, 1851. What could be more conclusrive ?
" It is selom wve permit onarselves to occupy a
space in Itese coluamtn to spenk in praise of anaynr
tiele in the pntent naedic-inu way ;bitt wi hen we see
the life of a fellowv ereature saved lay the uie of atny
medicine wlintever,. we con~ider it as our rinhit, if
noat our duty, to give a sinple stateme.. oif facts,
that others may, ini like mainer, be benefited. The
case iwhichb has indnicedus to pen this article un rs thai
of a young ladly of our acquaIntance, who biy frequenut
exposuare to the night air, contracted, a Cold wvhichu
settled on the Lungs before its ravnges could be
staved. (This occurred two yetars ago this wsinter.)
Va'routs remedies were used, but with very little effect
or benefit.-.Theu Cough grew worse, with copisius
espectorationa, and the sunkarn eye, and puile, hoellow
cheek, told platinly that pulmonary disense was doing
its worst otn her delicate frame. The fam-ly physi
e-in was consulted, and although ho wvould neit admiit
to the yiismtt lady that she really had the Cotanip
lion, yet he woiuld give no encouragenmentas to a cnre.
At this crisis her mother was persuaded to makile
use of a brittle of Dr. Rogers' C:ompound Syrup of
Liveriwort nnd Tar, and we arc happy to state she
wvas perfectly cured in less thtan three monaths by this
medicine alone, after even hope wvas destroyed. It is
uaseless to comment on such a ease as this, foir the
sinmple trth will rench where polished fiction never
cana. If any doubt the authenticity ref thi.s statemnent.
let them call at thiu'ZOffice.-U. S. .Military and Na
'TESTI1UONT OW TEE PRESS.
Frrom the N. Y. Courier, A ug 13.
Dn. Recvena' SYsRP 07 LrvER swoRT ANn TA n.
We have heaird of several important cuire~s recently
effesctedl by this excellent medicinal prepairationu anid
In one instance that came under our eibservatioin, wse
can speak coenfidently. One of our emplotyees .whoe
had'Vsufferedl severely from a long standing ceeld, dlu
ring the past wveek commaencedl the use oif this medi
cine, and his Cold has entirely disappeared.
From the N. Y. Siirror, Sept. 2.
LtiERoT AND TAa.--Of the virtues of Dr. Rog
ers' Cough iedicinies prepared from the atbove arti
cles,Ii inedless now to speak;its efficacy inspeedi
ly enring Coughs, Colds and ether lung complainits,
which too freequently, if neglected, restult mi Con
suimpticen, is too wvell established in public conftidenice
to need eulogy now.
From the N. Y. Despatch, Aug 25.
Wr. have heretofore taken otccasion ye give our tes
timrony in favor of the curative proiperties oif Dr
Rogers' Compound Syrup of Liverirort atid Tar. nndl
would here repeat the advice nlready given, for all
peersons who are afflieted with Coensumption, or aney
of the premonitory symptoms, to make a trial oef Dr.
ggJ The Gentutie is signed A nDIItw Rloenxus. ott
the steel plate engraved wrapper around eachI bottle,
and is sold wholesale and SCetaiL M A
113 C'hartres street, New Orlea-ns,
Sole General A gens for the bouthern States, to w.homn
all orders mnustLh addresed,
gg Sold, also by G. L PENN. Edgefiehel C. II:
WARDLAWV & DENDY, Abbieville C. II.: PR ATT
& JAMfES, Newberry, A. J. CREIGIITON, H1am
burg, Sic. Ca.
A pril 1 tf 11
A Lpersons indebted to the Assigned Ersttco
.Johtn Lyin are requested to make immediate
pam~ient, as loinger indulgence cann~ot begivent, tande
miust niot be expected.
Jon 21 1552S. F. GOOTDE, Asesignee.1
A LL thosce Indebted to the estate of Charles
L..11. Logan, dee'd., are required to maike pay-,
mntt, and thoste having demands to presenit thenm
AM. W. LALES,
A. NIX. A 'trs.
E. P. IhOLLOWA Y.
Feb 19 11m
FROMf the Factory, a large vnriety of CJLiMRS,
Fwhich wre will sell low for C'ashc.
BUSTINELL & WITT.
July 28 tf 2
TJUST received from Philade.hphia a sttpply ref
U-Rutabaiga, Globe and Large Norfolki TU RNIP
SEED, for sale by G. L. PENN, AOENT.
J M. NEW
WHOLESALE & R]
READY MYADE CLOTHING, TRI
UNDER THE U. S. IR
T M. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving tli
. Ready Made Clothing ever otTered in this e
improved styles of manutfctuie.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS, YOUT
:-'" Country 31erchants, and 11 persons visi
and examine our Stock fur theiselves.
Augusta, Sept. 23.
Spring and Summer Goods !!
J. A. VANWINKLE,
Nr.xr Doon 'ro CEonmoA VAIL RZOAD BANK,
I AVE now on ian. and fur sale a complete
andextesive atment of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Drap
D'Etes, Casmerets, &c., .
For Spring and %atuiiier use, which will be made
to order in a style of stiperiority and elegant-e. A I
who are in walt of line gariments and wish thni
to fit as they ot11it to lit will please give ite a Call
and satisfy themselves.
Ready Made Clothing.
My Stock of CLOTIlING this reason is full
aitil large, emjiriszeg Cloth. Frcek iiaid
I)ress Coats. Cloth. Cashmeret
and Drap l*Elte Sacks, Bl'k,
Satin ])PChene White
and Striped Silk Saeks, Grass
Linen, Ponger Silk and Brown
Linen Saeks, lilaek and Faney Coslred
Pants, Marseils Pants, and a large assorti'ut
of Buff, V hite and Faney larse.ils Vests, &e.
A large supply of furnishing articles. such .
Cravats. Gloves, I Iosiery, Ssu pend ers. Collars. Silk,
rGaiv-, Cotton and Merino under Garments, White
atud Colored Shirts, &c.
And a Fine Stock
or PERFUMERY 4. FANCY ARTICLES.
All Gioads in my esalilhmintiitt are of the B.dT
Q 'Au-rr and will be sold right.
J. A. VANWINKILE.
Augusta. A pril I ti 11
New Spring Goods for '52.
A T1 my Store, near the Court Ilouse, I have
.tjut openeld a CO.\lPLLETE and general Stuck
of aill the
Varieties of the Season,
which T respee~f..lly invite the trading community to
call and examine.
I would particularly invite the attention of the La
di.es to m~y rich selectio.n of
Enabroiderles ina Collars, Claensi
zetts, .Uunzdersteerces, Capes,
And to~ my splendid Stuek in Printed
L.AWNS, R~WISRES. JACONRTS. PLAIN
AND FANCY BAREGES~,
A ndt to a very beautiful hot of
Embroidered Muslin and Silk Evening
Prices (on eredit until the first of .Tannury. to
re~spo.nsib~le and punct:ual buyers) to suit Ite timeis.
.\ liberal distinctiun made with persons buying~ for
Miarcha 25 tf 10)
A FRESIlI SUPPLY OF~ TI-1E FOI.OWING
Itar'on. 1.nnrt and lor 't.i Iianir in, Thoxes,
IBcef Tonuaguesa, Caspers.
Chteese, Fruits in lIrandy,
Pine A pple Chaeese, $ir~awhuerry. Itaspbnry,
.aicrel, in liarrels and lthackbury .lams ami
ttahnion, in Kiits, P'iek'd Saursa frass. Stra wbury.
Fresh Suahnstn. Raspthnry andi L.emon
" 3Iekrevl, SyrTnp.
" Ciumn., Ii'.. anod Limei .Juice,
tartdines. 1-: anmI 1-4 box AN.<orted (anie~ts,
Porto itico Sugar, rtudui lc ~nc
Stewts~'i Coufi-e Sugar, lrah:ArwIto,
Supterior Jtrmytn " 'tprt ~~a ut o
l..ut antWhirteelInstan ed
Pu.lv'd anal Cla.rified dn Ctuhgate's P'earl Stach,
Ja va anud Lagntira~ ("tree Soda ands. Sal At'ra tuse,
.l'nmaian antd iio - Sal Suida and Salt Peter,
3Molasses. Tabile and S., k Salt,
A general assortment of Sperm,. Adanmantine,
Tras,4 .Tallow Candles,
'tlaecaroni and Vtermni- Tturptentine, f'tuua, anti
tilla, F-ancv Soap,.
ERice anti Rice Flour, Jilac'kinig and lBlacking
Soda Crackers, Brlrnths,
leosiotn do Weine and Sionahton's
Seurnr do lit'ers.
Jiinitbles & Ginger Cakes. Porter anmd Ale,
l~ayor Itaisius. Olive Oil,
t'urrams and Citron, (Castir Oil.
M~aise, Nutee,( Cloves, Wiriting Ink.
Pickle.s aind Ketchiups, 8e ar. andh Timneco,
Peptper Sanues, Tuol's. Ihuekets and Pails
WVeset India P'reserves, Willatw ilaskets.
4inge'r do Ilronms, &c., &c.
A .iel.d tao the abtovet. is at gesneral assortnment ofr
W INES. CO RD 1.- I.S andI LIQUORX, all of
which will he malId s.ow roa ('.tsiu. byv
JIOLLINGSWOI'TiI & NICIIOI..\S.
A nel 09 if 15
Land for Sale!
rj.11E Subscriber wishing to change his buisiness
.iotiiers hie land for sale situated in Edlgefteld
District, six miiles below I~iberty hlill. The l.:iid is
in two traets-ane contaninineg eight hunidred acres,
the thier fetur hundred anti fifty acres.
I will se'll said lanids separtlyh air together as miay
best suit the psurebeaser. Tihe above place.s are wvel
implroved and wi well reward the eultivator if jutdi
The Termts will be madle easy' to a putneina puir
eb.iaser, I als havu some l.IKEIll YOUNG
NE EG1101 foar uale. A mnnsg the number is a first
rate Ilhouse Carntser. A ny persoen wishing to
putrchsae can procurte a great bargain by applying
to the subscriber onl the prmss
Jnec 30 tf 24
110TOISE A N ) LOT containing about two
acres. one andI a half miles fromn Edgetield o'n
tihe Coumnbia fioad. There are ton the J.ot a well
af goodl wate~r and all necessary outbuild-intgs feort a
The plac'e will he soldI for Cash or on time,
the putrchiae mon~ey bein-. amply secnred-and
innnuediate possession givenm. A pply at this Office.
Fe 3 . If 5.-~ -
Tcas ! Tcas ?
TUST? received a chiie het'uf TEA S, from the
e1 Phiidelphia Tea Comipanyv of a superior quality,
warranted or no sale. Ilyson, Gunpowder. TIperid
andI lilaec of every description, put up in small
packr~ges, for famaily use. For sale by
-S. E. IiOWElRS.
1Tamburg, A pril 21 tf 14
LLTA Persons indebted to the Estate of Joseph
.I Moore, deo'd., are requested to make immcedl
ato payment, and those having demands against the
estate wvill present them in due form.
E. PENN, Ex'or.
BY & CO.,
BTAIL DEALER IN
JNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c., &c.
)TEL AUGUSTA, GA.
e LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT of
ity. Their Stock counsists of the latest and tuo.t
HS' AND CHILDRN'S CLOTHING.
ing our city, are respectfully solicited to call
D. B. PLUMB 1 00.,
DRUGV8 mT a 74-N Lh]ifT
BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.
rTA KE ph-asure in odlling the attention of PIlY
SICI ANS and PLANTERS to their Stock of
Fresh and Genuine
Medicines, Chemicals, &c., &c.,
which they warrant to be second to none in Pl'Rl
Tr Ytad nampletemlss of ass'rtitent. Every article
Ls prepared in strict recordance with the formula of
thIe U. S. Pharneopaia.
Thev also. ke t constatitly on inal a full asort
mssent of Paints. bils, Frem.lh and A meri an Win
dow and C.nielh Glass, Cemeti, Siaperior \ari.lhes,
Fire Prool Painits, Fine Spi.ngers. Sluavinag andI T.,ilrl
Sonps, Frenach, Eniu.,l6h and Ameriean Poerfnnery,
Also, FRESH1 GARDEN SEED f every kind
and of the best quality.
D. T. PLUMR,
I. P. GA RVIN, 31. D.
August 18 2mtaa 31
A. M. BENSON,
Ware House and Commission
J Z~ A 0 11 LA ON~ 7~
n.amnbu, S. C.
W OULD respectfully inform his former pa
trais, and tac public generally, that lie lkna
leasel the Ware-Hou.te rieemly ocenpied by Mlessr.
BRANNON & CULE.MAN, where lie will bt
Receive, Store and Sell Cotton
and ther produce Consigned lo his care. AIW
recire and forwarid Mlerehandize to the country.
InI tendering his serviets to the public. he flatterf
himtself, from an experivnee of SE\'ENTEEN
YE A RS in the above business, and a thorong)
knowledge of all its branches, as well as front r
geteral aequaintance with the planters of the sur
rounding country, together with his an Jirirled per
sonal attention to the businaess, that hie will be
table to give general satisfnetiona to all who may
favor lhim with their confidh~ee, ad naures theni
that nio eff'ort shall be watntinag, ont his part, to pro'
mote thecir initerest.
Libecral Cash ndvancs nande on Cotten and other
produce in Store.
Orders for Engging, Rope, and ramialy uspplica
pronmpty jilted,.at the Iowesz-naarket rates.
Aug 18 tf3
WARDLAW & WALKER,
FACTOlRS AND) COMMLSSION
North Atlaintic Wharf, Clzarletonm,
Cost~ssss roa Sr.I.:s Cor-rox,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
r 1 lEI Sitbscriber htavinig fornied a Co-Parttnership
L with .\ir. W. A . W A 1lii)l.A W, of Chtarlestont
formerly of A bbeville, S. C.. for them purpose o.f do
in..t n G EN ER AL KACTOI A G E nnad CO.\M\l18
SIGN BUSINESS5, :tvails himseluf of the plesent
oppotitiy, of returntg hais sincere thtanks to bii
nutmerous triendslt foir the liberal putaniage bstowved
fo.r n numisbir of years paist.-nodtl itn tmoving., tender..
thei. services' of thec new cotncern of W A I11)t. Ws
& WV. I .l ERt. Chiurksto, it hera lie hop.jes manty
it tnt na ilts .b1 paztronis will Iiad it to their inaterei
Thie recent :arrangemnts of the 3couth Cairiim
tlsnil Rond Co.mpanty will entable thems toon to have
a Ilipt tn thec city of A ugustia. thereb'y save thas
expenase of Tloll, and verye greatly hailiitaite the for.
wa~ar iof prasdnee sof any kinad. .\r. .hvsi U
tm.ay feel disposed ts, aendl them., free oft ebuarze
save drtayage. 0. W AI.K El.
A ugusta, Juhy I) 1852. tf 29)
Carriage M~anufactury !
r p TE Firm of 10u.. & WaRntA.aw int the Car.
.ringe mtakinig businiess heaving beetanmutuall.,
dissolvet:1, the Subscriber takes phsasure in return
ne hais thanaks for the patruonage thits far received
andl respectfully solicits a cotion:imee oft the. snmea
hlisa is te well knoiwna standt itt Posttensville.nabiir
onie smile Nirth of Ed.gesild C hi., where all oirdenr
will be attensdedl to itn n NEAT antd WOliKOMAN
[IKE .\IANNER, tand tupont s reasonable termsa
The w $nbhcriber haes also ont handl a a;plendhid as
sirtmnt o.f ready umade (arriagres, Coach
es, Bnmggies, &c., ull of which will be suhl
at modecrate prices. J~l IN IIILL.
JTuly 21 tf 27
INCIDENTS OF A JOURNEY
FRO.\ A UDl~lLIE SOUTUI CA ROLINA
To Ocala, Florida,
BY AN OBSERVER OF "SMALL TINGS."
r a l abiive is the Title of a lively andl itetrestinl
I.little woi rk. jntst puabishedl andi for stale tat thi.
Omeecs, ad dlie Stiires oif Srstiv.tN & EHaOTIIER, U
L. Prss tanda WnuLtets & Cnsrrte.
0T Price onaly 25 Cents.
June 24 tf 23
1LL tho~se inadebtedl to the estate of Willamr
G.(arrett, dee'dl., are requteds to n'ne pny*
mnct forthwith, anad those havinag demainds ngnst
saidii estate will render them in pro~perly attested,
necordintg to law.CTP1 i MND
W.\h. 0. IIA MMON0I), -
THOS. G A RRETT. ) i
IFeb5 tf 3
A L L those intdebted to the Estate of Johnt B. Loi
gan, dee'dl., are requested to make immetdiate
paytaenat, all those having demanads to pirsent themat
properly attested. .Lt,,
E. P. IOLW Y
Tnsale by the Unrrel at 25 Cents per Gallon
HOL0!LINGS WORThI & NICilOLAS.
Jttne17 t f
ALL persons hnating deliattnds agaitnst the ea-tate
Aof L. T. Ahney, dee'd., wilt le~ase present
thetm properly attested, antd those indebted will
dene pay up. P'unctuality is requested, as the
-' tate must beclosed] tn early as prnetienble.
WILSON ABNEY, Adm'r.
Sept 17 tf 36
Ad iastaos Notice.
A LL, Persons indebted to thec estate of WVm. G.
-Hall, dee'd., are regnested to make paymnet
anda those having demandis against the same to pre
sent them prioperly attested to the subscriber.
W. .J. WA lKER, Adm'r'
ay 6'.a i m 10.
DR. A0 G. TEAGUE9 ,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist,
r 'AKES this method of returning his thanks to
An his friends and patrons, for the paroedgaf
has recived in the sale of Drugs, bledicines, *c.A
Ile is now receiving an addition to his already e
tensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals
I Dye tutis, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Pautty.
Physician's Shop ruaiture, &s.
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 Br e
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds
nade under his own supervision in strict
aceordarce with the U. S. Disp'ry.
The most Reputable Nostramn,
A11 of which he will sell at prices that will copiiri.e
favorably with any Southern market. Those wish
ing to purchase articles in his line will do veliG
call and examine his Stock and prices.
Edgefieldl C. H.., Jau 22 tf 1
Messrs. Bushnell & Witti -
r AKE this method of informing their friends
and the public that their Machine Shop ishiow
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
Bedsteads, Tables, Wash-Stands, &c,
kept constantly on hand for sale.
made or repaired to nrder.
Sash will be furnished tilled whh glassand primed.
Those wishing work in our line, will ph-ase call
and examine our Stoek and prices before buying
e clwhre, andi learn that as good work can be done
at Edlgefield Court House, as can be found.
Fb 5 tIf 3,
ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER
Great Cure for Dyspepsia!"
r H ETR UE DIGES
DR HOUGHTON'S r TIVEI.' ll~',
prepared from Rennes,
or the fourth Stomnach
of the Ox, after dire
tions of IIAROX L.hasoe,
the great Physiohogical
C h e m i 2 t, by J. 1.
1oe1TroN, 11. D., Philadelphia, Pa.
This is a truly WONDERFUL IMEDY for indigestion,
Dyspepjsia. ,taunilice, I.i-er .*omplaint. Constipatioun, sad
Debility, Curing afer NATUE. OWN METHOD, by
Nature's own Agent, thu Gastric Julce. Half a telioonatl
cf lPEPIN. Inflised in water, will digest or dlasolt-, Five
l'onndet of ionst Ief in nilut two Ioonm. out of the t'omsch.
PEP1N is the- ciief element, or Great DIGESTING
Prinelple of the Gstric Juice-the Solvent of the Food, the
Plurifyng. Preserving and .timniating A gent of the Stomach
and intestinep. It is extracted frem the DIgeMItIe Sfntach
of the Ox. thust furming a TItVE DEF.TIVE FLI.Ct.
porehe.'ty ike the natural Gmatrie Jucv in its Chemical Jow
era. ansi famishing a COMPLETE and P1EP.FECT SCE
STITLCrE for it.
Call on the Agent. and fet a Deecriptive Circular. gratia,
giving a large aimonstof SUIENTIFIC EVIDENCE. bum
.lebig's Animal Cnistry . Dr. Cuibe's Phyiolingy or Dige
tiont lir. Pereira on Food and DIet; Dr. John W. Draiper,
of New York Unlversity: Prof. Iunglmons PhysinlogE:
together with reports of cures froms al! parts of the:UI
NO AL.COHOL, RITERS 03 ACIDs!
Remenifer this: Dir. ITieo1,m'.PEPISTN Is a I'.
Natuea1 Itemedy, faee frotn ALCOHOL. BflTTERS, tIs
and NAUSEOTS. DitEGS. It ls extme)agmb.o
thme taste and] may be talen Ihr the tmost feetd .en~b
ennnot eat a water craeter w tisaut acute disri~Rve
of drugged Imitations ?epsin is not adrag.
CURES IN EVERY TOWN? a
Dr. Ifoughton's Pun.m tona now been tasted , qntlab
of two years, in every ?rao town in the Emnid t agua'
the Agent, causrefr D3~speption to many semarbe cr
in evervy Town! Numerous details of eares, certisees of
Phyaician ad Patients, are given in the Circulars funihe
Pepsin in lid and Powder.
Dr. Iboughton's PEPSIN I.aprepared in Powder :andt'In
Ftait Forn-and in Prescription vilsb for the use of. Phyal.
elan... Tih P'owder will be sent by Mfath. fee- of Pustage' for
one t)oltar. aent to lir. Itougihton, P'hIladelphia.'
l'rivate Circulars for l' elraaM may be obtained of D.
Itoughaton or bis Agees., dde btng the whole prusessorpre
Iparntion, andI giving the authnriltes uae which thme claInsa
of titis new reme-dy are baseL. As I: is NOTr A SECEET
l:ESMEDT, no objection can be rained~ against ita use by Pby
sicina in n-spectale staudling andi regular practice, ies
ONE DULLAP. ,- boutle.
Eve.ryltoute of GEN1'INE PE1'SIN bears the witte,
aignalnre or .T. S. Itoughton. 31. I).. sole propirietor, Philadel.
<thia. P'a. Copy, right and Tradey Mark se-curret.
F-Sld by all Diruggists und D~enier In Medicines,
oq~cld, also by 0. L. PENN, Edgefleld C. II.: WARD
L.AW & LTON, .thbeeille t.1t.; PP.ATT&JAME8, New
berry. and( A. .1. CRiEIG0HTON, Hamburig, S.C.
- e1Y Friendel and customersca
find mie in the hrouse below Hiol
Slingseworth & Nichiolsas, and as
uieani will miiake to order. for CASil,
Finem llrecs Itoots...................$7 00
dli Ptump 11ooti................... 8 00
do I )onhie sole Wate r-Preof....9 00
Alli other kitnds of work at the lowest priee.
l~xee llen' Work, good Fits and superior style,
trnaranatiedito all those that ny: favour tie with
n en1-1l. WM. NIcEVOY.
Colme and See for Yourselves.
PIOKENs LANDs FOR SALE!I
.wihinig to t avel tnulse a nore ensv life, will
el nreneo:,able terms, ali-his Lands, di'vided into
No I. Plensant Grove Tract, containing 870
aces, situatted four tmk- West of old Pickenaville,
I Iiekens t)i..trict, S. C., which is quite a desirable
anal valuablec place-one aongst the healthiest and
most beautiful titntions in the Distri:lt or State,
qunite a public plnee, and! an excellenitstanid for aler
eantile or ny oilher businiess. There are now on
the pireises~ in full .'peratio'n, a Saw and Grist Mill,
and four goodl Shna onm the sanme stream. Also,
two Gold .\ines', a choice young orchard of A pple,
Pench, Penr. Cherry Trees, &c. On thlis Tract is
a goond deal of fine. bottomi land in cultivation. Also,
an excellent IDwelling hlouse, Kitchen, and besides
iho .Mills, a Distillk ry and all other necessary out
Tract No. 2, consists of the David HI. Boagga'
well known stand, containing 209 acres, adjoining
Tract No I.
Tmruet No 3, contains 220 ac, most of it in
womodl, with a good Dwelling andl all other necessa
ry out buihelings on it-a beautiful situation, a public
plae' and a iresh little farm opened.
The three Tract., lie well, are heahy, well wktds
Ied and! hiave a good deal of wood hanad, with flue
timiber &c. Also
Thirteen Likely Young Negroes,
most of them bocys, Horses, Wagguns, Stock of a1
kindes, all the Crop. Smoiths, Carpenters and Farm
ing Tools, some Choice Peach Blrandy, 6001 gallkns
Igojod Whiiskey, llaeon, Lard, Stills and Stands,
IIleusehold and1 Kitchen Furniture. *
Personsm wishing to buy would do well to give me a.
call at home, as I am determined to sell all of the
above nmied property ott reasotnable t..rms.
July 28 3m 28
, LL Persons indebted to the estate of Ellington
L1 Clark, dee'd., are-hereby notilied to make im-.
mediat e paymntt, amid those having demandsagainst
said cstate will preetthe properl ' attested,
July 7 tf 2
. UST received a superior Lot of BSIIES,
QSHOULDE RS and HA:MS. For sale by
JIOLLINGSWORTIl & NICHIOLAS.
JIune 17 tf 22
A SUPERIOR artielo of PEACH! BRANDY,
.t.just the thing for puting lip Peaches. For sale
by HIOLLINGSWORrIl & NICROLAS.
Aug18S tf 31
TIE Sub. erlber lasa a large quantity of-LUMl
BER of dill'eretnt sorts, for sale at blseaeldence.
N. L. GRIFFIN,
July l1l erf