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RICH FALL DRY GOODS.
BEG to inform the public, that their Fall Stock
.L of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
is now eomplete. In addition to our Store we have
added a handsome
Silk and Dress Goods Department,
where will be found the Richest Dress Fabrics of
the season, at the lowest New York cash prices.
Among which are:
Rich Brocade Dress SILKS and SATINS;
Extra fine white and black Brocade Silks and
Satins; plain and Chamelion do.:
Plaid and Striped Silks; rich Irish Poplins and
Rich colored and black Silk Velvets i
Rich Satin Breehe Cashmeres;
Extra fine Satins, American:
Black and White Watered Silks;
Plain black Silks, all widths ;
Small figured black Silks ; Half Mourning Silks,
Black and colored Alpacas and Bombazines;
Black and colored Brocade Alpacas;
French and English Merinos and Cashmeros;
Muslin Delaines, Ginghams and Calico, in great
variety of styles and prices;
In our leak and Shawl Department,
Will be found, the latest styles of colored and
black VELVET CLOAKS, SACKS and MAN
Cloth Cloaks and Mantillas, neat and comfortable,
Bl'k, Col'd and Watered Silk Mantillas, of all kinds.
Long and Square Woolen Shaws, in great variety
Plain Crape Shawls, very low priced,
A few extra rich Emb. Crape Shawls.
In our Domestic Department
We can say that we keep all the fasarite br3nds of
KERSEYS, OSNABURGS and BEANIETS,
and can afford to sell them at facthy prees as- well
as our neighbors.
Special attention is requested to' 0-bals of the
best KERSEY ever brought South, (lieglit at aue
tion,) 5 cents per yard less than fictory prices,
Satinets, Jeans, Tweeds, Cloths, Cassneres, and
Flannels of all kinds,
And a great variety of other GOODS, to which
we request the attention of the public.
Oct 26 tf 41
FALL AND WINTER
RICflARDSON & 1McDONNALD,
are now receiving a LARGE and WELL
-SELECTED Stock of Fall and Winter
Of the LATEST STYLES-direct from New
York-together with a fine assortment of
Hosiery, Shirts, Collars, Cravats,
COTTON AND MERINO UNDER-SIURTS,
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs,
Hats and Caps of all kinds,
HAND AND BUGGY UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS, VALISES,
Carpet Bags, &c., &c.
All of which will compare favorably with any to be
found in other markets. An examination is solicited
from their friends and customers before purchasing
LT Next door to G. Robinson's Hardware Store,
Hlamburg S. C.
Oct 20 am 40
New Fall Goods,
SNOWDEN & SHEAR.
H AVE received their full supplies of Staple and
Faney DRY GOODS, suitable for the pre
sent season, emibracing one of the largest assort
mnents they have ever offered to the public, among
Rich Fancy Dress SILKS, of new and elegam t
~Superior Pla-in and1 Figured Black SILKS, in a
great variety of styles ;
White Glsee. Brocade and White and Black Wa
.tered S L KS ;
Paris Printed DELA INES, for Ladies' Dresses, of
rich and beautiful sty-sm:
Small Figurd. -DEL AINES, (all wool) for Chil
Superior Mourning DELA INES, (all wool) of new
and beautiful styles;
Superior Plain Colored French MERINOS, and
Plain Colored DELAINES, of beautiful shlades:
Superior Plain White and Black DELA INES, a::d
White and Black MERINOS:
French, English and American PRINTS, of new
and beautiful styles ;
Su perior Fancy and mloutrning GING HAM!S and
Mourning PRINTS ;
Plain Colored FLANNELS, for Ladies' Sacks :
Superior Welch, Gauze and Silk Warp FLAN
Rich White. Black and Fancy Colored Crape
JUay State and Scotch Long 511A WLS, of beautiful
Lamdies' Plain Blawck Cassinmere, Thwibet Wool and
Cashmere SI AW LS. for Mourning :
Ladies' Black BOMBAZINES, Black CH ALLY,
BI'k ALPACAS, and Bl'k Canton CLOT HS ;
Superior 12-4 Linen and Cotton SHEE TINGS:
Superior 8-4l and 110-4 Danmask DIA PERS, and
Damask Table CLOTHS and N APKINS ;
HUCKABACKS and Scotch DLIPERS, for
Furniture DIMITIES and Cotton FR ING ES, a
large supply ;
A full supply of Ladies', Gentlemen's, Youth's and
Misses' HOSI ERY ;
Ladies' Silk and Velvet MANTILLAS, of new
and beautiful styles ;
Ladies' Silk and Velvet CLOAKS, of the latest
Paris styles ;
Tapestry, Velvet. Brussels, Three Ply, Ingtrain and
Venetian CA RP'ETS, of rich and elegant styles;
With almost every article usually kept in a Dry
Goods Store, required for Family or Plantation use,
and to all oif which they respectfully invite the atten
tion of the public.
Oc t200tf 40
Dissolution of' Co-partnership,
T HE Firm of IIOLLUNGSWORTI[ & NICIIO
LAS is this day di-isolved by mutual consent.
All those indebted to them are reqluested ,to settli
TIIE Undersigned feeling thankful for the very
J. liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on him,
would say to his friends that lhe intends carrying
on the business on his own account, and therfefre
solicits a continuance of past favors.
F. M. NICHOLAS.
Oct 2() tf 40
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of R. Plati
Brunson, dee'd., are respectfully notilied tc
muako immediate payment, and those having de
miands against said estate will present them forthwith.
SUSEN M. BRUNSON, Adm'ix.
ROBERT LANIER, Adnm'or.
Oct 20tf 40
Extra Fine Liquors.
3 DOZ. John Gibson, Son & Co. old Neera
40 Bbls his 'O1d Eagle and superior Monon
Superior Port Wine, Madaria, Cherry, Tenerif
and Malaga Wine,
Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin, Gin Cordial, Lemor
Syrup, Cherry Brandy and all kinds of Liquors
usually kept in Family Groeesy Stores, and will be
warranted genuine, and of direet importation.
S. E. BOWERhS
Hamburg, A pril 21 tf 14
Read This~ and save Oost ?
r HlE Subscriber respeetfully notifies all thwose
Iindebted to the Firm of GL~OvER & MAvs, and
also to himself, either by note or open account, to
make payment on or beforo the 1st January next,
as longer indulgence cannot be given.
WM. B. MAYS.
Sept 15 tr 3
Sugar and Coffee.
IAM now receiving my Spring stoek of SUGAR
*and C&FFEE, consisting of a superior artideI
of Browa~ Sugar, Clarified, Crushed and Loaf
Government, Java and Rio Coffee, of a supe-rior
qtulity. S.. E. BOWERS..
-Mmburg. April 2) tf 14
-I1E Subscriber has a large quantity of LUM
od't odifferent sorts,.for sale at his residence.
N. L. GRIFFIN.
R. S. KEY,
FELIX E. BODIE,
For Tax Collector.
THOMAS It REESE.
M. B. WHIITTLE.
H. T. WRIGHT,
JOHN W. SMITH,
VIRGIL M. WHITE,
W. F. DURISOE,
PICKENS B. WEVER.
G. W. LANDRU1,
W ILL Practice in the Courts of LAW and
EQUITY for Edgefioid and Lexington Dis
tricts. Office in Law Range, Edgefield C. H.
Jan 16, f 52
WILL be found at all times in his Office, at
Edgefield Court Ilouse, near the PLA.TEr's
Ile will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov.14 tf 51
JAMYIES I. DAY
OF RICHMOND, VA.,
Permanently located at Edgefield C.
I [., of'ers his professional services to
the citizens of the Village and its vi
einity; and will attend to any call he may have
aither in the Village or Country.
All operations warranted.
March 13, 1850. tf 8
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PARKER.
Address Edgefield C. H., or Sleeply Creel,
P 0., S. C.
March Il 1.352 ly 8
Spring and Summer Goods!!
J. A. VANWINKLE,
NEXT DOOR TO GEor.GIA RAILROAD 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 elegance. A I
who are in want of fine garments and wish them
to fit as they ought to fit wiil Ilease give me a call
and satisfy themselves.
Ready Made Clothing.
My Stock of CLOTHING this season is full
und large, comprising Cloth, Frock and
Dress Coats, Cloth, Cashmnmerett
and Drap D'Ete Saeks, B'k,
Satin D'Chene White
and Striped Silk Sacks, Grass
Linen, Ponger Silk and Brown
Linen Sacks, 1lack and Fancy Colored
Pants, Marseils Pants, and a large assortam'nt
of Buff', White and Faney Marseils Vests, &c.
A large supply of furnishing articles, such as
Cravats, Gloves, Iliosiery, Suspenders. Collars, Silk,
Gauze. Cotton and Merino under Garments, White
and Colored Shirts, &c.
And a Fine Stock
Of PE RFUMERY rj- FANCY ARTICLES.
-.All Goods in muy establishment are of the aES
QUAITrY and will be sold right.
J. A. VAN WINKLE.
Augusta, A pril 1 tf 11
Drugs and Medicines,
IIA3BURG, S. C.
T'H E Undersigned e ould rcspe::tfully inform his
I.friends and the publie generally, that notwitht
standing the late disastrous freshet, he is tbow re
ceiving and will continue to receive, a veryv select
Together with such articles as are usually kept in
his line of business, and is furthermuore determined
to sell as low ;as any othier estabhishmnent lhere
or in A uguta. 1l1s stutk will consist of the puurest
and best MlEl -ICINES, CI IE31CA 1.8, &c., &e.,
French and English.
Lamp, Tanners, Linseed, Neatsfoot,
Sweet and Lanap Oils,
(AI..w a WA -rTU rc-s.)
A. J. CREIGI11TON.
N. B.--Those indebted to the above who know
they are slorc, will please CAul. ANsI SrTTmE their
accounts, as my losses in thte recent freshet have
been such as to compel me to issue this request.
A. J. C.
Se;-t. 10 3m 35
AT TIlE OLD STAND) OF S. & J. GILBERT.
rH&RTESToN, S. C.
S & E. 1M. GiLIIERIT continue the
. CA RRIAGE BUJSIN ESS at the above stand,
Nos 35 and 40. Wentworth Street, where they wilt
be pleased to exhibit to their old frientds and cus
tomers a very
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
comprising those of their own manufaceture together
various other styles usually fouund in thuis nmarket.
Their long acquaintance with this market as
Mfanufacturers and I ealer~s will enable them to
of'er great inducements to purchasers both in styles
and prices. f3
Chapmans Cotton Ginis!
WE still make thtese best of COTON GINS,
Vat our old stand. We wvarrant thom to give
satisfaction, which they never fail to do.
All orders thankfully received and promptly at
Persons who find it more convenient will please
inquire of Mr. LOD IELLr, Edgetield C. II., who
will keep on hand ono or mou~re of theso Gins for
sale. Address CHIAPMAN & SONS,
-Coleman's X Rtoads, Edgefield, S. C.
Sept 15 tf 35
ALL Prson having demands against the estate
?of Luke S. Bland, dee'd., will render them itn
duly attested, and those indebted by note or open
accouxt will make payment, by the Fourth of De
cember next, as tho heirs arc all of age, and I anm
determined to elene up the estate.
WM. MOBLEY, Adm'r.
OctG6 3m 38
A mnstao' Notice.
A LL persons having demands against the estate
-of L. T. A bney, dec'd., will pleasu present
them properly attested, and those indebted will
please pay up. Punctuality is requested, as the
Estate must be closed as early as practicable.
WILSON A BiNEY, A dm'r.
Sept 17 tf 3
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Jane
- tLosgan, dee'd., are requested to muake immne
diate payment, and those having demands will pre
sent thent forthwith, properly attested according to
law. AMBROSE NIX, Admn'r.
Feb 5l2mn 3
ALL persons indebted to-the Assigned Estate of
A John Lyon are requested to make immnediate
payment, as longer itndulgenee cannot begiven, and
must not be expected.
S. F. GOODE, Assignee.
.Tan 2-1, 1852 tf I
J UST received a superior article of CIIEESE,
tFfor sale byF. .NIIL'.
OcF1.t M.NI 'JLS
EDGEFIEFD, S. C.
TI IE Subscriber most respectfully
AM, informs the citizens of Edgefield and
' ~ the Traveling public genernlly, that
this Establishment is now well pre
pared for the reception and accommodation of
Boarders and Transient Customers!
Baving procured the assistance of competent,
honest and obliging Servants, be flatters himself that
all who may favor him with a call will be highly
pleased with the entertainment extended to them.
ils TABLE will always be abundantly supplied
with the best the Market affords, and on the muost
The Bar, under the superintendence of an
attentive and experienced Clerk, will ever be fur
nished with the choicest LIQUORS, WINES, SE
GARS, &c., that can be obtained.
His Stables are large and commodious, con
stantly furnished with good Provender, and attend
ed by Iostlers of great care and experience.
And he therefore hopes, by giving his entire at
tention to the keeping of an orderly and well-con
ducted I-ouse, to merit and continue to receive that
liberal patronage heretofore so generously bestowed
on him. WM. B. MAYS, PROPRIEToR.
Supt 15 tf 35
Livery and Sale Stables.
FORMERLY JOHN O. O'HANLON'S.
THE Subscriber has the pleasure
to inform his friends and the public,
that, having purchased the Splendid
1 9. STOCK of FIXTURES of those
well-known and popular STA BLES, formerly
owned by O'HAN LON, and lately by W. E. AR
CIIER, he is now prepared to furnish all who mav
favor him with their patronage, with excellent Saddle
1HORSES, and handsome and comnfortablo CAR
RIAGES and BUGGIES, of the latest styles,
with teams to imatch, and drivers, in whose so
liriety and experienee every confidence can be placed,
at most reasonable prices. hlany improvements
have been iade to the Stables and L.ots, and Dro
vers will find every :-eeonniodation they can desire.
Carriages and Onmibuses front this Stable will
run front Boatwright & Janney's universally favo
rite " American lotel," and also from the long-es
tablished and well-known Columbia Ilotel, by Mr.
D. Caldwell, to the various Railroad Depots, or any
iLT Orders left at the American Hotel, with Mr.
W. ). Ilarris. or the Proprietor, at the Columbia
Iotel, will be' promptly attended to; and the sub
scriber is confident that all who employ hit wiil be
pleased with his prices and his teams.
Columbia. Sept 22 6m1 3t
Spann Hotel for Sale!
T/IE Public Tiouse known as "SPANN 110
1'TrEL,"at Edgetield C. II., and FURNITURE,
is now offered for sale, upon reasonable terms, until
the hrst Monday in December next, at which time
if not previously sold, m ill be put up at PUBLIC
AUCTION, to the highest bidder.
The House is wel! adapted to the use it has been
appropriated, has large Stables, Carriage llouse,
Corn Crib and Brick Kitehen, with other necessary
out-buildings attached. The Buildings are nearly all
new, and most (if the Furniture purchased within
the present year.
The Lot Contains three and a half acres, upon
which and near the Stables is a Well of excellent
For further particulars apply to either of the
Subscribers. J. C. REA ', Proprietors.
JSl1N H UET. . p
Spt 20, tf 36
ICTOThe South Carolinian, Newberry Sentinel and
Angusta Counstitutinmalist will give eight weekly
insertions and fiorward accounts.
Pair Hlomue umade Plantation
i~iRNESS. SOLE AND) UPPER LEATHIER.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil.
A t the Sho tr, ntext door to Sullivan & Brother.
Rt. Tr. MLMS.
.July 21 tf 27
INCIDENTS OF A JOURNEY
FROM ABBEVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA,
To Ocala, Florida,
BY AN OBSERVER OF "SMALL THINGS."
r all IE above is thec Title of a lively and interestinug
~lIittle work, just putblishetd anad for sale at this
Ollice, antd the Stores of Sem.t.lv~rs & UnaoTnzen. G.
L~. P'sxx and Wu.t.us~s & Cnunrr:.
JT P'rice only 25 Cents.
.lune 24 tf 23
Exc ti' Sale.
B)Y Virtue of an order fromt II. TI. Wright, Or
J.diniary of Edgdeleld l)istriet, I shlall proceed
to sell ont Friday, the 10Itth D ecemnber ne xt,
SEVERAL LIKELY NEGROES,
belontgintg to the estat e of Starlinig Qunark s, dee'd.
Also, Stoek of hlorses, Cattle, &c.
A t the samte time and place, the Tract of Land
lyinig immtiediately 'in thle Stage Road leading from
liatmburg to Edgefield C. 11., containting two hun
d red and fifty two acres, tmore or less, and adjoining
lands of Mlrs. Eliza Lanhamn and others.
Trtnas-Twelve mtontha credit, with note and two
MIARY A QUARLES, JEx'ix.
Oct 6 10t* 3
rj alIE Sutbseriber having sold his land and pur
ebcased again in the Chterokee portion of Geor
gia, takes this nmethod to infornm his friends, patrons
and all indebted to him cithter on niote or open ac
couttt, that lhe is not ottly solicitous but very desi
rous thtat they maiy, one atnd all, conme forward and
mnake settlemenit immtiediately,-by Cash if possible,
but if tnt by Cash by Note, that lie may thereby be
enabiled to close up his businiess before lie leaves for
his new homie, which lhe will do so soon as heo can
possibly tmake the necessary arranigemtents.
JOIIN T. SiMPSON.
Oct 13 6t5 39
ALL Noites due the Subscriber, individually or
~. . as Executor, are placed in the Bank of 1lam
burg, for collection. Those indebted will please
mnake immutediate piaymenit.
D~r. Jlohn Ml. O~alphtin, will act as nty A ttorney,
during my absence from the State.
D. A RDIS.
Dec 23, tf
Mill Ironsu aunt Gudgeonts.
,.W ELL assorted STOCK, for sale LOW.
100 Tonis of Iron, assorted, Oral, Hoop, Band,
Plow Moulds, &c. G EO. ROBINSON.
]lambuitrg, (Oct 13 ivm 39
A LL persons indebted to the estate of IHenry F.
. Freemani, dee'd., will conme forward immtie
diately and make payment anid those having de
tmands will render thenm in properly attested.
J. 11. ,IENNINGS, Ex'or.
.Jan 3 ly 51
Tcas ! Teas !
J UST received a chioiee lot of TEA S, front thte
tPiladelphlia Teca Companty of a superior quality,
warranted or no sale. 1lyson, Gunpowder, Imiperial
and Black of every description, put up in snmll
packages, for family use. For sale bty
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, A pril 21 tf 14
1~FROM theSub~scriber'shousea SITA'ER LEVER1
WA TCII7..., rather smaaller thtan thte commiton size,
No 11,207-J.~ Johnson, Liverpool, Mtuaker. When
tkn 'vh inding chtain was broken. It was nmissed
on thte 3rd inst. It had a spring in the handle to open
the case. 'The glass had a scratch near the centre
resemtblinig a crack.
Silversmiiths will please take notice of this, as the
Watch uimast pass thtroughi their hands before it will
I will satisfy any one who will put nme in the way
of getting it. Adldrtess mie at Lotngmire's Store,
Edgelield District, S. C.
Sept 29 ff 37
l'ROM the F'cttory at large variety of CIIAIRS,
whvlich we will sell low for Casht.
BU81hNELL & WITT.
N Retiring from:busiliess, I take this method (of
Lreturning my thanks to my friend., for their lill
eral patronage, and respectfully recomniend to thaeir
favor Air. J. R. DELPH, my successor in business.
who I am pleased to say is a gentleman worthy of
Any favor conferred upon him in the way of bu
siness will be duly appreciated by me. When in
Town I shall continue at the ofiee of Air. Dyr.Pir,
where I shall always be prepared to render him any
assistance necessarj in the business.
M. W. COLEMAN.
Hamburg, Sept 6,1852.
R. J. DELPH,
WARE-HIOUSE AND COMMISSION
SEIR ON A NT,
TA1DURG. S. C.
H AVING taken the business of Mr. Al. W.
ClOLEMAN, late of this place, respectfully tell
ders his services to his friends and the public gepe
Storing and Selling of Cotton
and other produce,RECEIVING and FORWARD
ING Merchandize-to the country, and BUYING
SUPPLIES for his customers.
le flatters himself by a strict personal attentiLn
to the business, anda constant eye to the interest of
his Customers, to merit and receive a liberal share
10' Liberal Cash,advances will be made on Pro
duco in Store, when required.
Sept 8 2m 34
A. N. BENSON,
Ware House and Commission
Hamburg, S. C.
W OULD respectfully inform his former pa.
trons, and the public generally, that lie has
leased the Ware-I ouse recently obeupied by Messrs
BRANNON. & COLEMAN, where lie will be
Receive, Store and Sell Cotton
and other produce Consigned to his care. Also
receive and forward Merchandize to the country.
In tendering his sirvices to the public, lie flatters
himself, from an experience of SEVENTEEN
YEARS in the above business, and a thorough
knowledge of all its branches, as well as fron a
general acquaintance with the planters of the sur
rounding country, together with his undivided per
sonal attention to the business, that lie will be
able to give general satisfaction to all who may
favor him with their'confidene, and assures theii
that no eilort shall be wanting, on his part, to pro
mote their interest. -C.
Liberal Cash advances mado on Cotton and other
produce in Store.
Orders for Bagging, Rope, and family supplies
promptly filled, at the lowest market rates.
Aug IS tf 32
CONTINUATION OF BUSINESS.
HAMBURG, S. C.
W, E the Undersigned, will continue business
in this place,.and will promptly attend to
the RECEIVING and FORWARDING GOODS,
Sell or Store Cotton,
BUY or SEND QOODS to order. Will keel
constantly on handfor sale,
Bagging, Rope, Suigar, Coffee, Molasses,
SA LT, BACON,
and all oth*er leading articles. Will make liberal
advances on produce in Store, or such as nmy be
shipped to our frien's in Charleston or Savannah.
Our 11. L. JEFFERS will be in Cliarkston.
where ie is engaged in Business, (see Card of
CnA1an as, JEFFRs & Co.,) and for whim .we
bespeak a librral support. -
Our E. J. DUCKMASTER will be here aided
by competent and experienced assistants anid soli
cits a share of patronsg~e.
We take this opportunity of returning our thanks
to our friends and the public for their very liberal
JEFFERS, COTHRAN & CO.
Sept. 13 : 5d2mi 35
I T will be seen Rurthe Card of Oni.ursait, Jvur
sras & Co. tliat I have connected niyse.lf with
that firni for the purpose of carrying on it general
Factorage &~ Commission Business,
in Charleston, where I shall give my personial at
tention to business.
From my long experience in business in theis
place and a general acquaintance with the custom
anid wants of the country, and an untiring devotioni
to the ititerests of- fr-iends, I hope to nierit anid re
ceive a lull share of patronage.
In leavinag Ilamburg, I cannot thiink or feel that
j bid adieu to my friends, among whlomi I have beeni
raised, amid for whom I have long done niore or less
business. I shall still be in Carolina. and a Caro
linian, amid will be ia Charleston, where I caii serve
you to great advantage. and respietfully solieit your
orders to Cii.~tsEs, .lEPFEaus & Co., while Liiiost
cordially return my thanks for all past favors, pat
ronage and confidence.
..I. L. JEFFERS.
.Hamiburg, Sept 13, 1852.
l17 ALL Cotton or Produce intended for us,
shipped down the Savannah River by wvay of Canal
to A ugusta, will- be forwarded to us, at Charleston,
free of charges, eicept drayage.
CIfAMIIERS, EFR O
Sept 13 5dJFFRSm C.
SLIPSON & GARDINERI,
Warehouse & Com'n Merchants
McINTOSH-ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
T IIE Undersigned continue the WVA R EHOUSE
AND COMMISSION BUSINESS ini ;il
its branches. ini Judge Starnies' Fire l'roof Ware
Ilouse, on MceItoshi-street, under thme namec and
style of SIMPSON & GA RDINER.
In tenderinig to our friends, and the public gen
rally, our thanks for the liberal patronage extended,
we take this method of assurinig all, thiat n elort
on our part will be wanting to advanice the initerests
or those who may conlide their business to us.
Orders for Bagging. Rope and Family Supplies,
promptly filled at the lowest umrket rates.
Cash advances made on produce in Store when
J. RI. SIPSON.
J. T. GARDINE~R.
A ugusta. A ug_25Gma
WARDLAW & WALKER,
FACTORS AND COMMIlSSION
North Atlantic Wharf, Charletonm.
C~ousissmOxs Fon SELLING Cor-oN,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
T lIE Subseriber having formed a Co-Paurtnershmip
with Mr. WY. A . WVA RD) A W, of Charleston,
formerly of Abbeville, S. C., for the purpose of do
ing a GOENERA L FACTOR AGE and COMMIS8
SION BUISINFSS, avails himself of the present
opportunity, of returning hi. sincere thanks to his
numerous frienids for the liberal pati onage bestowed
for a numiber of years past,-and in movinig, tenders
the services of the new concern of W ARDLA W
& WALKER, Charleston, whetre lhe hopes many,
if not all his old patrons will find it to their interest
to ship their produce.
The recent arrangements of the South Carolina
Rail Road Company will enable them soon to, have
a Depot !n the city of Augusta, thereby save the
expense of Toll, and very greatly facilitate the for
warding of produce of any kind. Mir. Joon C.
RExs, Agent of WV. & W., in Augusta, will attend
to the forwarding of all produce that their friends
miay feel disposed to send theni, free of charge,
save drayage. G. WA LKER.
A ugusta. JTuly 19, 1852. tf 29
A FINE Stoek of Pure Sperm CANDLES
-1 A damanutine, Star, 1tull & Son's-a superior
article of Starch, blue and wvhite-Soap of every
description, Turpentine, Casteel. Family, & Toibtte.
AlIso, Wooden Ware, Churns, Bucekets, Tuhs,
Broomis, &e., of all descriptions.
S. E. flOW ERS.
Unamhuirg,A pril 21 tf i 4I
FAIR prieg wilhl be given for RA.S, (a
Cotton) by-S. E. 110WERlS.
Hamnburty. A pril21 tf 14
TS hereby given that application will be made at
Ltheo next es.ion of the Lecislature, to incorpo
rate lileasant G.ruve ;Bjiptist Church, in Edgefielid
July 28 b f ~ -2
ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER
Great Cure for Dyspepsia!
r 'H E TRUEDIGES
DR. HOUGHTON'S TTIVE FLUID, or
Gastric Ju ic e,
Sprepared from Pennet,
or the fourth Stomach
of the Ox, after diree
tins of BAUON Ltr.AM,
tihe great Physiological
- Che.aist, by J. S.
HOUGrTON, M. D.. PIhiladelphia, Pa.
This I a truIly WONJ)ERFUL 1:11.-1EDY for Tniligestion,
DyIpepsia. .Jaimaaliee, Liver Conmplnint. Constilaltion, und
Debility. Curing kiler NATUi:F:S OWN M-:rHOD. by
Natare's town Agent, thae Gastric .lnice. iaif a tensloonful
of l'EPSIN. Infusalin water, will digest or dissolve, Five
P'aounis of o:oust Ik-ef in about two hours, out of ihe stomnach.
PE1'SIN is the chief element, or Great DIGESTING
Princiile (of the Gastric Juice-tbe Solvent (of the Food, the
Purifying, Preserving anl Stimulating Agent of the Stomnacha
al Intestinen. It iA extractei fRoom the DIgestivo Stonneli
of the Ox, thus forming a TRt'E I )IGES'ivE FIDil.
pre'ciselv like the natural Gnsire Juice In its Cheintical Jow
ters, und furnlhing a COMPLETE and PElsFECT SUB
STITUTE for it.
Scientific Evidence !
Call on the Agent, andot get a Descriptive Circular. gratis.
giving a large amount of SCIENTI FIC EVIDENCE. fros
Liebig's Animal ChImstry: Dr. Combe's Physiology or )igte
tion: tDr. Pereira on Food and Diet; Dr. .iol W. Draper,
of New York University: Prof. Diunglison's PhysIology: &c..
together with reports of cures front all Uarts of the Uaited
NO ALCOHOL, BITTERS OR ACIDS!
Penember this: Dr. Ifotroa' PEPSIN In a gret
Ntaural iemedly, free from ALCtlhOL, IIITTEiS, ACIDM,
and NAUS-'US DtUGS. it is extremely ngreenble to
the taste, and may be taken by the maost feeble patients who
cannot ent a water cracker wfthout nette distress. Beware
of drugged imitations. Pepsin is not a drug.
CUlIES IN EVERtY TOWN!
Dr. 1loughlton's Prcsmt has now been tested, for upwards
of twop years, in every large town it the U'niteel Statsa, and
the Agents enn refer Dysixeptics to many remarkable Cures.
in every Town! Nunerotas detni< of cures, certifIeates of
Physicians anl Pntienis, are given iu the Circulars furnished
by Ageunts, gratis.
Pepsin in rluid and Powder.
Dr. Hroughtios PEPSIN is lrelmare. in Powler and in
Fluid Forn-aml in lresription vians for the ts% o.f i'hysi
eian. The Iowaer will be sent by Mil. free of 'ostage, for
one Dollar. sent to Dr. luughton, 'hiiadelphia.
Private Ciretlarn for Physicias mny i oobitained 4f Dr.
lIoughtlon or his Agents. dleseritiing the whole procei. of pre
paraiptin, ntal giving the utlth--ritie. tplon whichl the eiims
af this new remierly are basea. As it is NoT A SECi:ET
ItE EliY, no oljection cts be raiset ugaintst its use bsy Plhy.
sicians in respcatable .tning nud reguiar practice. I'rico
ONE DuLLAt per lpiaple.
Every Rute of GENUINE PEISIN bears the written
,ignatr 'rf .1. S. liontgltaot. 31. I t., sue prolrietor, P'hiladel
ihia, l'n. Colpy-right andi Trade Mlark secutre,..
M/"Sohl by all Druggists andl Dealers in fedieines.
rV/Siaid. nlso by 0. L. IENN, Edgetlehl C. It.; WARTD.
LAW & LYON, Ablieville C. II.; IAT& JAMES, New
berry, anl A. J. CI:EIGIIToN, lamburg, S. C.
.Tuly -2. 1 29
T TIE Firm of ILn.L & WAtL.AW, in the Car
ringe matking business having been mutunlly
dissolved, the Subscriber takes pleasure in return
ig his thanks for the patronage thus far received,
antd respectfually solicits a eontinunnee of the atnw.
His is the well known stand in Potterbville, about
one mile North of Edg~etield C I .. where all orders
will be attentded to in a N PAT sad WORGLAN
LilE M ANNER, and upon as reasonable termts as
The Subscriber las also on handl a1 splendid as
sortment of ready made Carriages, Coach.
es, Buggies, &c., all of which will be sohl
at inodlerate prices. JO N Il LL.
July 21 if 27
D I. D E N N I S'S
Jaundire, Sick IIead-ache, Di::inuss, Loss o/
.Ajpptite, Constipation of the Bolvels, Files.
enused by Costireness. Pain in the Boreels. or
Rheuiatisit, caused by the use of Mercury.
Syphilis. Scro(nla,. Boils, Ulcers, 4-c.
r 'Ills PRIEP ARA T ION is made as putre as possi
..ble. Its baitter taste. anda beneflii effi-eta in|
daseases of the Liver. anad diseases arising fruoman im
pure state of the Jlil, prove it to be thte
P'IJREST AND 3M0ST USEFUL
preparationt of Sarsnparilla thaat is made.
Those whlo lauve utsed the variouts pareparations of
.Sarsnparilla wtill hamt. by the taste andi efltet, that
there is mo~re Satrsipaorilla in onec bttle of lfr. Dir.y
xts' pareparatioan; titan in htalf a dozent bottles as it is
Its alterative and mildlly puargative effets upon thte
howiels. amake it taot ianly a gaooda sulbstitute for Mer
entry, buatuasefaul itn raemtovimg all diseases arisitg from
the aimprudenat uase oft 3eraeary.
2j7 Prepared only byi.. DENNIS, 31. D., Autgias
Saold by A. G. Ts:.wt anid G. L. Pax Edlgefield
C'. IT.; P'. M. Cont~ anal Cant.:Y & Covrutten~,
Chiarleston; llorvrwtt & Mior tad F. ('envis.
Calmtntbia ; A. .J. Unietaunrox. lnamburg; W'SM. F.
T'rT. D. IB. Pt.u~st, HI.tvlL..tN & RtI~Sl. W. F.
& .J. 'f'Trrx. W. K. KaTretns. iansr? & ('.t
-r.nt. Antgn.-tt, Geio.. nntd byv l)ranggists geiterally.
Prieri-Si per bottle ; 6 boittle fair $5b.
gi Reamembler to ask for DENNISi GEORIGIA
SA lI$A PtAlIIT.L.
.iauae E!. i851 If 23
Valuable Plantation for Sale.
?'j IIAT1 Vialtuable PLANTATION, ztaout eight
3. mtiles fromia iamnbutrg, knoawn as thte (Cherak.ee
Ponad Phatation, formaerly aiwned by D~r.Gem a~t~.
It cotains taout slevenm hundtared andi eiglhy-eight
(758) acres. 2511 af whaich are cleatred, thec balanace
is well woodled, caonsistintg oft linsek .htek, IHiekory
;uta P'ine. It posis ses suaperiaor ndavanttaes ;as a
publlic lanatse, it biga iling establishead sitad anal
situnttedl at thec jaunictiaon oaf the Five Naitch, Martina
Ta awn ;ranch l'btak liondl aid Main runtk uif tile
l itttng atnd lialgelieldl Plankh lRoad, and abouat a
mtile bhavw the juanction of the Pine Ilaiouse anid
igefield Roadas. Thle Chtereakee Poand Race Coeruc
is otn the painc, aund is one of the best training Turfs
.tn thc Ulnite~d States.
Out thme lace are two TWO STORY D)WEL
LING 110 UTSES, withs all necessary autbuildhings,
so situated thatt thte pInmee cani be dividead into two
plantatittons, with sutaiable btuildigs Ott each phtn
'rThe Plaunk Riana passing tharough theu latnds, at'eins
greait fatcilities faor htauinug woodu to l latmtburg atnd
Augusta--to any one dispoisedl to engage in that
busintess, a rare chanctie is oilfered1. To an atpproaved
purchlaser it will be sold otn a credit of three or five
years. A pply to
li. A. KENRICK, President,
lI amuahrg atal Eadgehieldl P. R. Comtpzany..
ITambuhtrg. Aug 21) tf 3:2
I S HT lER EBY givenl that applientiaan will be nmade
to thle ILegislatuare if Sauh Carailintn at its unext
Sessiaau, toi close sia mucha~ af thec sah, Free Ferry
llandl as is ntot elosed atlreadly by plantationas ad
Sept Su u m 341
LLT Peritons itndebatedl to the estate of Oliver
ToImwles, are requsestedl tao matke iniuniediate paty
mtenut, aund thaose htavinig dlemandtas atgainstt thte samte
will renuder thema itt properly attlestedl.
Ri. M. SCURRY, Adinaiistrator.
Oct. 9 ' tf 3S
. LT, Persons inadebteid to thte Estate oaf C. .
i lover, dlee'd., aire rnequelstedl toa mtake immtie
iate pa:ymnent, anal those having demandstl against
said estate, will presenlt item properly atltestedl.
dJOUN RAINSFORD), Adm'r.
Sept 22 tf 31;
IS sIIEREflY given thtat atpplienttiion will be tmade
to thec Legislauture of S. Carolia at its next Ses
shon, tat opent a ntew lRoadi, leatving the A tugusta Rocad.
(via Fury's Ferry) near thte residence of Thtos.
Mc~lie, Esq., fallaiwing the rotate oif thte Mark Rock
Path, and inttersectinig with Anaderson Mill Rtoad
near the residencee of A. Mourgatn, Esq.
-Sept 8 3m 34
, LL Personts indebted to the Estate of Joseph
Li hhoire, dee'd., atre requested to tatke immuedi
atet paynientt, anad throse hasvintg dematnds againtst thec
estate will paresent thtem itt dtte formnn.
E. PENN, Ex'or.
IS HERFRY 0lVE~N, thast applicentiont will be
nmd tttle to the Legislature of Sathtl Carolinta, at
is naext Sessiain, fort t a division of Edlgefseld District,
o its tao give a Jutdicial District to the Saluda side.
I S lERRY given thaat application will be made
ta the Legislature.of Soth Carolitna itt its next
Session, to Cirter thte Roaad nuow leadinug froti
Marttina M~cCarty's, (an the Ridlge Road, to ,Jnekson
I laimeas, t hence to intersect the Roiad lading to
HIabtu. Grnaniheville atad Aikena. 'The above
maentianead Raa was opented lay order of thec Conm
misionerst' sonae thrtee yesars sincee. and ha~s beenli
ket uphy themu to the paresenat time.
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
jAKES this method of returning his thanks to
his friends anl patrons, for the patronage he
ins received in the sale of Drugs, Medicines, &e.
le is now receiving an addition to his already ex
ensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
)ye Stnt1s, Paints, Oils, Window Giass, Puttyl
Physician's Ihop rurniture, &c.
THE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for 'Medicinal purposes,
Fie Cigars and Tobacco,
Of his own and Northern make,
Frenchi Extracts, &c., &c.
aint, Hair, Ilnt, Shoe and Tanners Brushes
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds,
mado under his own supervision in strict
accordar ce with the U. S. Disp'ry.
The anost Reputable Neotrums,
All of which he will sell at prices that will compsro
avorably with any Southern market. Those wish
ing to purchase articles in his line will do well to
all and examine his Stock and prices.
Edgefield C. It., Jan 22 tf I
Edgefield Male Academy.
A TEACIIER is wanted to take charge of the
Edgefield Male Academy. The alpplicant
must be a TEACIIER by PROFESSION; one
who has experietiec in his business, and amply qual
ified for preparing young men for the South Caroli
na College. To a man of suitable qualifications,
the place offers many inducements.
Address the Trustees.
N. L. GRIFFIN,
R. T. M1IS. J
Nov 28 f45
Saw and Grist Mills for Sale.
T HE Subscriber intending to move from the
. State, offers for sale his MILLS, on Shaw's
Creek, about ten miles front Edgefield, Aiken and
The Tract contains Twenty-two hundred (2200)
acres, with a sufficient water power to run Circular
Saws or a Factory. On the premises are all neces
siry improvements-frame buildings. orchards, &c.
Any inforniation given by applyitig to the Sub
scriber on the premises, or by letter addressed to
him at Edgelield C. 11.
JOS. A. ADDISON.
Ang4 tf 29
Land for Sale.
HE Subscriber offers for sale the landls belong
T ing to the Estate of Joseph Moore, deesed.
One Tract containing about seventy-seven acres,
adjoining lands of James Rainsford, S. Christie
One other Tract containing five and a half acres,
adjoining lands of Dr. E. J. limis, Mrs. L. T.
Molsire and others.
The :bove iands lies near the Village and a
portioin of it is well timbered and can be purchased
at private sale on liberal terms.
E. PENN, Ex'or.
Feb 12 tf 4
Land for Sale!
T IIE Subscriber wii'ng to change his business
ollers his land for sale situated in Edgefield
IDistriet, six miles gelow Liberty 11u. The Land is
in two tracts-one containing eight hundred acres,
the other four hundred and -fifty acres.
I will sell said lands separateIy or together as may
best suit the prrehaser. The above places are well
improved and wil well reward the cultivator if judi
The' Termis will be made easy to a punctual pur
chaser. 1 also have some LIK ELY YOUNG
NEG ROES for sale. Anmong the niumiber is a first
rate H oiise Carpenter. Any person wvishiuig to
pturchase can procure a great bargain by applying
to the subscriber on the premises
.1011IN TOMiPK INS.
June .O tf 24
HOUSE AND LOT co.ntaining about two
? 1 acres, OneC and a half muih-s from Edge.tield on
the Columbia Road. There are on the iLot a well
of good water anld all nlecessary outbuild-ings for a
The plte'e will be sold for Cash or on time,
the purchase money being amply secnred-and
immedc'iate possessin given. A pply at this Office.
Feb 3 tf 5
MlY Friends and customers can
finid mte in the house below Il01
lingsworth & Nicholas, and as
usual will make to order. for CAS11,
Fine 1)rees Boots..................7 00
do Pump Hoots..................38 00
do iDouble Sole W1ater-P'roof....9 00
All other kinds oif work at tile lowest price.
Excellent Work, good Fits and superior style,
guarantied to all those that may favour meo with
a call. W1. bleEVOY.
Jan 29 tf 2
. LL~ Persons indebted to the estate of Ellington
.f Clark, dee'd., are hereby notilied to itake imn
medtiate paiyiient, and those having demands against
said estate w~ill presenit them properly attested.
JAS. BLACK WELL.
July 7 tf 25
Extra Fine Clhewing.
J UST received a tew Boxes of EXTR A FINE
UlE W ING TUHA CCO, the celebrated -Cal
houn Brand," niinufacitured expressly for the Sub
scriber. . L. P'ENN, Auzr.r
A ug I8 tf 31
A LL those indebted to the Estate of John B. Lo
..gan, dee'd., are requested to make ininuediate
payitenti all those haviing deinnds to presenlt them
Ml. W. LILES, A's
A. NIX, A's
E. P'. JIOLLO WAY.
Feb 19 h Im 5
ALTL thoese indebted to the estate of Willami
. Garrett, dee'dI., are requested to mia'au pay
mient forthiwith,, and those having demands against
said estate will render them in properly attested,
according to law.
CIIARLE.S HAMM~OND, )
W'1. 0. h AMMOND0 , e
THOS. GARRETT. .
Feb 5 tf 3
. L.\RGE stock of Choice BA CON SIDES
11.SIOULDELRS, hA AMS, and LARD, for
sale by S- B. BOW ERS.
I am hurg, A pril 21 tf 14
IS UERER Y given thlat application will be made
Ito the Legislature at its next Session to incorpo
rate the "Edgefield Flying A rtillery."
Sept 8 3m 341
IS sHERElY GIVEN, that application will be
mtade at the Session of the next Legislature for
an A ct of incorporationl for the Be~thleham Church
Camp G roun~d in Edigelield D~istrict.
.lunec 26 tf 24
Extracts for Flavoring.
I)R ESTON & MlERI ELL'S Extract of Lemion.
" Extract of Vanilla,
" Orange 1Flower Water,
a " Superior Rose Water,
just received anid for sale by
Oct 13 tf (I. L. PENN, Aar.r
I I DES will be received at the Tan Yard fronm
this dat.. T. I.IIMS.
Oct 6, 1852. tf 383
Molasses andi Syriups.
TOW Receiving a large Stock choice Cuba MO1
..~LASSES, and ,Georgia an~d New Orleans
SYR UPS. S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, A pril 21 tf 14
Tobacc#, Segars and Snuff.
SUPL of thme above articles of CHOWCE
LIBRAD,. just received anid for .4e bey
- 1.0. L. PENN, AuKsr.
Oct., U s' t 239
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSA, CHRONIC Olt
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEAESg OF
TIlE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING WFAOft
i Disordered Liter or Stomach, such a-C
stipation. Intrard Piles, Fullness or Ble6d .
the Head, Acidity oj the Stomach, NRssm,
Heart-burl, Disgust for Food,. .Fsllfetw or
Weight in the Stomach, Sour Bructatont,
Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the Siisch-,
Smimming at the Head, Hurried and Difute
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Chakirg ay
Sufocating sensations W.hen in a lying postre,
Dimness of Vision, Dots. or Webs-before. the
Sight, Fecer and dull pain in the jadDefi
ciency of Perspiration, Yellouness'of the-Ski
and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Ohest,
Limbs, &c., Burning in the Flesh, Shden
Flushes of Heat, Constant Inagimningof Esai
and Great Depression of Spirits, canb re .
ually cured Iy
CELEBRATED GERMAN 3.
DR. C. M. JACKp
AT TH1E GERMAN MEDICIE ST6&t
120 Arch Stroot, Philadelphia.- -
THEIR power over the above diseases is 'not excesi
equanlled-by any osiler preparatlein in the United Stas
the cares attest, In many cases af:er skIfl phnyileans
These Bitters are worthy the attention of inalld.
seesling great virtues In thn ratifleation of disese.
Liver and lesser glands, exercising the most searehing
era In weakness and affections of the digestive organs,
are withal, safe, certain and pleasant.
Read and be Convinced!
The editor of the "B3osso.r Bz.," said in Ilis paper of t
23nd of June laat:
Dn. Tlion.Asn'Ws Crt.aarln Cruara ERtm for -e
cure of Liver Conplaint, Jaundlce, Dyspepsia,; 'lrolle or
Nervous Debility, is deservedly one of the moast -j lar
nedilcines of the day. These )litters have been used by.
thousands. And a friend at our elbow says he has bimself're
reivesl an etfeetuat AnI per:annent eure of Liver ComnWlaIt
from the useof this remedy. We are convinced that,
use of thsie Bitters, the patient constantly gains strength and
vigor-a fact worthy of ,reat cesnsideration. . They 're pkw
ant in tnste and snell. ami cnn be used by persons wiihlb
most delleate stamnels with safety, under any elreamstapes.
We nre speaking from experlenee, and to the adflct*s.
advise their use.
"Scour's WrxLy," one of the best Literary pape 6
lisied, sai,- -i.
Da. 1oot.An' xAEPtAN Btrra, mannfasctured by s.
.Taekson. Are now recommended by someof the toot pttl.
ineult members of the faculty as an article of much effiwy li
caes of female weaktess. As such Is theca'e,wewoul ad
vise all mothers tio oltain a boittle. andi thus save themseives
Inmeh ickness. Persns of de-bilitated coatiltutions-wil lad
tisese nitters advantageoNs to their health. -as we know bela
experience the salutary effect they have upon weekAYsr.s~5
More Eridence -r$
The lion. C. D. 1Isci.tmr, Mayor of the City of Camt11i
N. J.. says:
"1I(srFLAND's GCOMMAN Drrrr.s.-We have vei tiied'
lattering tnotievs of this nteliene. ansi the source from-4
hey entine induced us to make inquiry respecting Its- Merits.
From Inquiry we were persuadel to use it, and must say
we found it spelfie In its action.upon diseases of-the.RR-iE
and digestive orgatns, and the pows-ril influence it e qt
upon s-rvsus pwnstration Is really surprising. It calms a-4
stn-agthes tihe nerves, bringing them Into a state of wporg
anking sleep refrehaling.
" iftids medicine was more generally used, we are salIhSmit
these would be less slekness, as from the utomaeh,ilver','dn
nervous system the gret majority of real and imaginadb
eases eianate. HIave them in a heitthy eoidtion,ad4,Yo
can bli delice to epidemies generaiy ThM extraordint
medicine we would advise our frienes who are at 0 a ulsi
posed, to give a trial-it will recommend itelf. It sdda'n.
fact, he in every family. No other medleine-pan 1o6fte
such evidences of merit."
Evidence upon evidence has been received (like the *w
going)thm lIl sections of the 'nion. the .last thrve
nd the strone-st testimjony in its favor, Is, thatih're Ls
of it used In tft. practice o the regular Physicians offhlila
delthla, than all otler nostrums comsbisned, a laet that cal
ly be established. ani fulily proving tiat aicilbtlic =
lion will meet with their quiet approval when prektsten s 9Ve
in this fssrm. . --
That this nediline will etre Liver Complaint and yapep
AILa, no one can doubt nfler using It as reidted. It a OK
cifleally npon the stomach and liver; it Is-preferablb (ovQ'6
mel in ALL BILIOUS DISE .f-ile effect la- e
ate. They can be adlnnistered to females or infant
safty and reliable beneft at any time. .
:Look well to the marks of the G.
They have the written siguature of C. 3f.*.1~S~
utpon the wrapper, and his naa bluwn in thr dltn
wrie 1 eal Wholesale andi Retail at the GERMAN
M t)CrNE ZSTORE, No. 1St Arch street,- one dour below
irtht, Phsiladlelphla; and by respectable dealers generally
through the country.
To enable all classes esf inalistesefth*ldstageLT
thneir great restoratlvu yowers'. ltastti Fnru., 73 Caz',
g~i- Also, for sale, itt this Tigg. by
sept 1,l18ti. ly - 6'
D R. RO GE RS'
LIVERWORTi AN-D TAIll ?
SS.\FE andt certaini cure for Coughs, Clds,
.LkCrouttp, Asilshma, Consumpt'imn of the. Lysigb
Spitting of lilsod, lroeiehitis, Ilosiig Cough, o1i.&
all Pulmsotnry A tl'etions. --;:
A Lovely Young Lady Cured #
Tttt following is from the pen of War. IH. Lyvt
sox, Esq., tine distinguished edlitor of tihe U. S. hli'h
ary and 3:aval Argus, under dlate of New Y ork,
Janary 261, l18ul. What could be more conclusive I
"It is seldom we permit ourselves to occupy a,
space in thtese colntmns to speak in praise of any ar
tiele in tine patetnt medicine way ; but when we see
tine life of a fellow creatunre saved by tine use of any
medicine whnatever, we consider it as our right,,sf
nest ottr duty, to give a simple statement of facts,
that others may, in like manner, be benefitted.. Tfie
case whnichn hnas mnsucedl us to pen this article was -that
of a yotung lady of our arenaintance, who bsy freqnto
exposture to tine tighnt air, constacted a Cold'wideh
settled on the Lunsg.n before its ravnges consid.fje
stayend. (This occurred two years ngo usia witetr..)
Varons remedies were used, bunt with very little elfeet
or benefit.-The Cottght grew wvorse, with copious
epectoratin, and tine snken eye, and pale, hoillow
cheek, told plainly ilnat puhlnonary disease was dpi
its worst ont her delicate frame. Thne family phtyst
emnt was constulted, and abhlough he would not aditi
to the yousng lady that shne really had tihe Cosumis
tion, yet he would give no encouragemsenta.s toea:cuta.
At this c'riuia her mother was persuaded to .mike
use of a bottle of Dr. Rogers' Compound Syrupwrit
Liverwoert and Tar, and we are happy to state ah-e
was perfectly cutred in less thsan three months by tisa
medicitne alone, after even hope was destroyed. Itis
nuseless ts comment en suchi a case as this, for thep
simple truthn will reachl where polishted fiction iner?
cant. If ainy doubttt thes authnenticity osf ths statement5
let thsem call at this[Olrice.-U. S. Military land Na
val A rgtus.
TEST2ONT 0OP TEE PRERB.
From thse N. Y. Cotnrier, Ang 13.
Da. RoGxtts' Svmt'r oF LtvrawoaT SgD TAR.
W~se have heard of several important ecures re'ettl
eTectedl by thia excellcent medicinal preparat~ionihd
in oine instance ilnat came under our ohservation, we
can speak csonfidently. One of our employees ;wiro
had'sutTered severely from a long standing cold,-in
rinng the past week commencedh Use utse ofthia mnedi
cine, annd Isis Cold has entirely disappeared.
From the N. Y. 3Mirror, Sept. 2.
ILtvttn wOaT A so Ta.-Of tine virtsueaof Dr.JIo,
era' Conghl Medicines preparedl from tine above-eml
eles. it is needless nowi to speak ; its ellicacy in spieedt
iv entritng Csnmghs. Colds anti other lung complant ,
whlich too freequently, if neglected, result in Con
smption, is too well establishned in public conflence
to need eulogy now.
From tine N. Y. Dempatch, Ang 25.
.~ Winave heretofore taken ocerasiosn to give our fes
imony in favor of tine cunrative properties- -of Dis
Rogers' compound Syrup of Liverwvort and .Taridtl
would here repeat nine advice already given,.for~p
persons whoe are afflicted wvith Consttmption, 'or any
of the premontitory symptomas, to make a. trial of Dr.
Roterse preparation. . -.
gg The Genstine is signed Asnax~tsitjs,-ott
the steel plate engraved wrapper around eacfh bottle,
and is sold wholesale and retail by .
SCOVIL & MEAD:,
113 Chartres street, New Orleans,
Sole General A gents for the Southern States, to.well
nl orders munst he addresed.
gg Sold, also by G. L PENN, Edgefield C. j4t
WAIRDLAW & DENDY, Abbneville C. H.; PRATT~
& .1A3ES. Newberry, A, .1, CRElHTON,)Maiu,
bnrg, So. Ca. --
A pril tf .-3
Hamburg & Edgefield Flank RSU
r 31118 ROA D is now open for travel from:.Ham,.
..burg to tine OLD W EL1S, ont tine PIne Houv
Road, nd by the Martin Town Branch from -in
burg to near the new Bridge over Stevens Cfeqeu
Persons travelling or sending their Wagenter
Vehieles to Hamburg by the Martin Town Rel,
can avail themselves of theo Brainch Plank~ltiildAe
Hamburg, by turning to the left, half -ai mile ab
Hardy'n Church, by which th'ey willavokd l~
hills antd sand ont the Martin Town Road.. ..
The Roads wvill be completed from gtambyk a
the Pine House about thte 1st of Novithbeir.
Rates of Tolk. . . .:'
Four, five and uixc horse W1angoins, 5 eta per nie
IHorseback travellers, 5 .-I" '-,l
Vehick-s on meceting, are einch- entitled to half thie
PLANK TR A CK, anti ste Drivers are reqjaked.o
tarf-19 then " R-GHT !" - -s'.%
11. A. KENRICKE,eside
Hamburg, Sept 8 ~