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Planters Hotel for Sale,
AT EDGEFIMLD C. I., S. C.
AS the present occupant of this
widely celebrated and most valua
ble HOUSE of ENTERTAIN
MENT is desirous of entering into other busness.
the Subscribers now offer it for private sale until the
first Monday in January next, at which time, if not
previously sold, it will be ofl'ered at public ost cry.
The ternis to be made known on the day ot sake.)
The principal Building contains fifty Rooms, in
eluding a superb Bar-Roon, and has attached to it
an excellent Brick Kitchen, a Smoke House, &e'
an abundant well of water in the yard, large and
commnaadliou Stables, with one hundred and twenty
Stalls, and all other necessary out-buildings. The
Hotel lot contains two and one-half nere-, more or
lesa, with a large vegitable Garden.
This Hotel is in first rate repair. Bm a fine pat
ronage, and is situated in one of the most conveni
nt and commanding locations for custom in our
Village. It has had a long ran of support, and is
known alinst as extensively sw Edgefield Village
itself, hav-ing been first owned by Benj. Frazier,
nent by C. J. Glover. then by C. H. Goodman, last
by Burt & Dby, and now by John Doby.
We will aiee offer, for sale, in the same manner,
Lot No 2, immediately in front of Bushnell's
Carriage Shop, which has from sixty to eighty feet
front, running back two hundred feet, more or less.
Lot Not 3, bounded by the Hotel Lot. the Spann
flotel. Lot, and Samuel Brooks, containing five
acres, more or less.
Lot No. 4, containing four acres, more or less,
whieh-contains a fine meadow on both sides of Benv
erdiam Creek, with an excelent spring of water, and
alo'n road or lane twelve feet wide, connecting it
with the Hotel lot, and also with the lot of the Spann
Lot Noe. 5, bounded by the two lots last mention
ed, Samuel Brooks and by C. M. Gray, with a road
leading therefrom to the Augusta road, containing
four acres, more or less.
Plats indicating more fully the dimensions and
boundaries of said Lots, will be made, and ready for
inspection, for any one wishing to purchase in a few
Will be sold also, at tfie same time. the FURNT
TURE (of said Hotel, eonsisting of Bels and bed
ding of all kinds, Tables, Bureaus, Sideboards, Sofas,
Carpets, Chairs, louaehold and Kitchen furniture,
or every description. Also the contents of the BA R
ROOM, compreheuding a good Billiard Table, in
choice condition, and a lot of liquors of all descrip
tions and kinds.
Also one pair of Horses, one Day mare, one two
horse wagon and harness, one tw& haorse liuggy and
harness, cows, b.gs, r., an a lot of cow food, corn,
folder. al many other articles not mentioned.
W. The Proprietor will take pleasure in giving
any gentlenaan as full information touching the
premises as he may desire.
JOTUN L. DORY.
JOHN DOBY, Sen'r.
Nov. 15, 185-. 7t 44
The Augusta Cnst'tutionalist. Abbeville Banner,
Newberrv Sentinel and hfamburg Republican, will
each give the above four insertions, and forward
their accounts to this olfiee.
Mansion House for Sale!
TIIE, Subscriber offiers for sale his HOTEL in
the Village of Edgefield, which was occupied
fot eight or nine years by CHARLES CoMrrv.
The Stand is one of the best in the place, the
House being always well patronized. Provisions
being cheap, now is the time to engage in the Hotel
business. If not sold by the 10th December, I will
rent for the ensuing year.
Also, for Sale,
Two Houses and Lots on the Street leading to
the Pine House. Each house contains faur rooms
and each Lot an acre of Land. For further par
ticulars apply to GEO. A. ADDISON.
Oct 27 Ct 41
House and Land for Sale.
I WILL sell the well improved IHOMESTEA D
on wvhich I reside, located about one tmile from
the Town of Newberry, and connected with it by a
first rate publie roadl.
The site is a healthy one, entirely free from local
causes of diseas-. The dwelling house is substan
tially built of brick, containing seven commodious
snd'eonmfortab'c rooams. The out houses are a brick
Kitchen, a brick Loom House, a large brick Smoike
House andl one of wood, comfortable Negro houses,
a large Gin House. and all other necessary out
buildings. Attached thereto is a convenient farm
pf one hundred and thirty acres of Land, about fifty
acres of which are in wocads remarkably well tim
bered. On the premises there is a spring of very
To an approaved purchaser the terms will be m~ade
accomnmodating. Persons desirous of purchasing
may apply to Mr. Jatmes F. HIarrington or Dr. WV
11. Ha~rrington, either of whomu will shew them the
premises and contract for the same.
N.\NCY I !ARRINGTON.
Nov 17 -tf 44
Saw and Grist Mills for Sale.
TVlUE Subscriber intending to move from the
SState', atfers foar sale his MILLS. on Shaw's
Creek. aissut ten miles from Edgefield, Aiken and
Thme 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
sary impro~vcemnts-frmne buildings, orchards, &ec.
Any informnation given bay applying to the Sub
scriber can the lpremiuses, or by letter addressed to
him at Edgelieldl C. 11.
.105. A. A DDISON.
Lanld for Siale.
TH E Subscriber ofi'ers for sale the lands belong
ing to the Estate of .Josep~h Moore, deceased.
One Tract containing about seventy-seven acres,
adjoitning lands of James Rainsford, S. Christie
One other Tract containing five and a half acres,
adjoinitng lands of Dr. E. J. Mims, Mrs. L. T.
Moocre and others.
The above l~nds lies near the Village andl a
portioan of it is well timbaereda and can be purecasedl
at private sale on liberal terms.
E. PENN, Ex'or.
Feb 12 tf 4
TUST Receiving a fresh supply of Pickles, Pro
eC serves, Sardeins, Lobsters, Salm~on, Cit rean
Raisins. Prunes, Essences ior Cooaking Fresh Mus
tard, &c. S. E. BOWERS.
llamblurg, Alpril 17 tf 16
A FINE BOOT-MAKER will find constant
t.employment by applying to the Subscriber.
.Just received dillerent qualities of LAMP 011L,
from $1,2 to $,0 per gallon.
Also, teBest and Cheapast Oil in the world
for Machinery, at $125 per Gallon.
gg-Gext door to Sullivan & Breather.
R. T. MIS.
Oct -27 tf 41
A LL those indebted to the estate of Willam
Garrett, dec'd., are requested to make pay-a
ment forthwith, and those having demands against
said estate will render them in properly attested,
according to law.
CHIARLES HAMMOND, )
WM. G. HAMMOND, e
THOS. GARRETT'. .
IDES will be received at the Tan Yard from
ILthis date. R. T. MIhMS.I
Oct 6,~ 12. If 38
T RE Estates of Mr. Joel Roper and Mis. JTulia
Anna (coper, are expected to be settled by the
30th December next, all who arc inadebted to the
said lEtates will make payment to the Subscriber on
or befoare that time, anal those having demtands will
present them properly attested before that time.
D. D). BRIUNSON, Adrn'or.
Nov 10 fit 4.
ALL those indebted to the Estate of".yohn B. Lo
.Ugan, de'8., are requested to nmake immediate
payment, all those having demands to present themi
M4. 'W. LILES, )
A. NIX, Ad'rs.
. E. P. HOLLaOWAY.
P ERS~ONS indebted to the Estate of 3re. F. E.
Perrin, dee'd.. are requested to call and settle,
and those having claims will present them properly
attestedi. T. If. JOHNSON, - d'
E. L. UmlPLERt. m5
No t 3 45
R. S. KEY,
FELIX E. BODIE,,
ror Tax Collector.
X. B. WHITTLE.
THOMAS B. ItEESE.
VIRGIL 3T. WHITE,
11. T. WRIGHT.
JOHN V. SMITH,
W. F, DURISOE,
PICKENS B. WEVER.
N o t ic e!
T ITEE Undersigned have this day nssociated
themselves together in the PRACTICE OF
LAW, foEdgefield District. Any business en
trusted to them shall be promptly attended to.
Mr. A-rINSON will keep an Office at Edgefield C.
II., where'be can be found at all times.
M. M. (RAY,
W. 1I. ATKINSON.
Ilaamburg, Nov 5, 1852. tf 43
No ti c e.
T IHE Undersiented have associatcd themselves
A in the practte of LA W and EQUITY, un
der the name of AIAGRATtt & STYLEs.
ETOflice at Ilamburg, S. C.
T. P. 3MAGRATTI,
C. W. STYLES.
Sept. 1st 1S52. tf 43
W ILL be found at all times in his Office, at
Edgefeld Court louse, near the PLANTER's
Ile will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov.14 tf 51
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PARKER.
Address Edgefield C. IL, or Sleepy Creek,
P O., S. C.
L1arch I 1i 12 17 8
INCIDENTS OF A JOURNEY
FROM ABBEVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA,
To Ocala, Florida,
BY AN OBSERVER OF "SMALL THINGS."
l E' above is the Title of a lively and interesting
I little work, just jpbLishve an4 for sale at this
Ofiee, and the Stores of SemSAvAN & 1,1jurEim , G.
L. Pesi and WV.#.'- & Cuuntrs.
0E Price only 25 Cents.
June 24 tf 23
Pair Home made Pinntation
ITARNESS, SOLE AND UPPER LE.\TTIER.
FUME 10300Ts AN74D SH9Es
OF ALT. DP.senirTIONs.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil.
SlIOEMAIKE RS' FINDINGS.
At the Shoe Store, next door totsullivan & Brother.
R. T. MI..
July 21 if 27
Ladies Cloaks and Myantillas.
SNOWDEN & SH EAR, Augusta, Ga.,
khave just received La.hies Silk andi Velvet
CLO.\KS :and Velvet and Siil 31A NTILL AS nndl
SACKS, of new and hezamtiful styles, to which they
respectfully invite the attention of the Ladies.
Nov 3 tf 42
FALL AND WINTER
R EADY-NA E CLO THING
RPICHARDSON & ITcDONVNAL~D,
Sare now receiving~ a LARGE~ and WELL
SLECTED) Stock of Fall and Winter
Of the L.\TEST STYLES-direct from New
Yor k-together witha a fine assortment of
Hosiery, Shirts, Collars, Cravats,
COTTON AND MEnUNO UNDER-SIRTS.
Silk and Linena IIlandkerchiefs,
Hats and Caps of all kinds,
HAND AND BUGGY UMBRELLAS, T RUNXKS, VALISES,
Carpet Bags, &c., &c.
All of whic-h will compareW favorab~ly with any to be
found in othaer ma,:rkets. A n examainaatio'n is solicited
frmt the'ir friends and customers befobre purchtasingr
0T Next door to G. Roubins-on's Ihardware Store.
Hamaburg S. C.
Oct t m 401
I WILL proceed to setl on Thursdlay the 1ith o.f
1Deember next, at the latet residece of Col. L.
II. Mlundly, dee'd., all the personal property of said
deocased, conasisting of
A large portion of whom are mena and Ikely y-oung
boys, a large Stock of H1.rses, Mules, Cattle aml
logs, the paresent Crop of Corn, Fodder, Oats. &c.,
Household and Eitehten Fuarniture-, PIhmatationa To'ols,
&., with amany other artic-ks unnecessary to mien
The above property will he sold on a cre-dit of
twelve tmonts-putrchaasers to give notes wit h two
approved securities. All smnrs of and undler $20,
Thec righat of property will not be c.hanged tuntil
thec termns of sale nre conmplied with,, ntud if resold it
will be at thec risk of thae formaer piurcaneIr.
g; The Sale will comnmenece at 10 o'ekock.
H. T. 'WRIGHT, Adam'r.
Nov 3 6it 42
rr 0 PAY thec debts of the Estate of M. Brtun
.fson, dee'd. All whto are inde.bted to staid
Estate arc expected to pay up oaa or before the 25tht
Dectmber next. Thaose haavitng demuands will pre
sent them in due forma to thte Subscriber, as hte is
deteramined to amake as large a return of said Estate
as possible thais year. A word to te wise is sufli
ient. D). D. JSRUNSON, Adma'or.
Nov. 10 - 6t 43
Li Prsns Notice.
AL Prosinde-bt..d to the Estate of I. A.
2.Be.ll, d ee'd.. prior to hisi sale, at-c requested to
make- immedliate paymenat, anad thaose having clmaiaas
magaitst staid Estate, will present thaema proprerly at
tested. D). A. J.- BELL, Adtm'r.
Nov' 24 2at* 45
P ROSindebted to A ssigned Estate of JTohn
iLyon, can have the privilege of settlitng witha
the Subscriber without Cos-rs, untal thec first Monaday
in Jatnuary next, after which tinae thte notes anud n-c
counts will be placed in thae hanads of N. L. GatRmFI,
Es., for colletion.
S. F. GOODE, AssIGNEE.
Nov. 20 6;t 45
J UST reee-ived a beautiful supply of the Psal
amist and I'sahnodcsy of ditferenat sizets and styles
of Binditng, and for sale by G. L PENN A'rSLr.
Oct 1. 3 if 30
ALL Persons intdebted to mne eithae by note or
.Liopena account, at-e earnestly requested to come
forward tad pay up, as longer indulgence thtan until
the first day of January next, will be givetn. My
notes and aceottnts will be placed in thec hatnds of
atos. G. KEY, Esq., on the first day of January
next, whaich are not paid previously.
Dnntonsville. Nov 24 6it 45
A LL Persons indebted to theo Estate of Stan
~more M. Hlstein, dec'd., will make immuedi
ate payment, and those haavitng detmands against said
Estate will renader thmeur in forthwith, properly at
k-sedd.J. A. BLAND, Adtm'r.
EDGEFIEFD, S. C.
TlE Subscriber most respectfully
,,,W informs the citizens of Edgefield and
the Traveling public generally, that
this Establishment is now well pro
pared for the reception and accommodation of
Boarders and Transient Customers!
Having procured the assistance of emnpetent,
honest and obliging Servants, le flatters himself that
all who may favor him with a call will be highly
pleas. d with the entertainment extended to them.
His TABLE will always be ahinnlantly suppied
with the best the Market affords, and on the most
The Bar, tyader tie superintendence of an
attentive and experienced Clerk, will ever be far
nitahed with the choicest LIQ UORS, WINES, SE
GA RS, &c., that can be obtained.
Ilis Stables are large and commodious, con
stantly furnished with good Provender, and attend
ed by Ifostlers 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 Touse. to- merit and continue to receive that
liberal patronage he-retofoere so generously bestowed
on him. WM. B. MAYS, PRORImETOR.
Sept 15 if 35
Spann Hotel for Sale!
/TIIE Public House known as "SPA NN HTO
I TEL," at Edgefield C. 11., and FURNITURE,
is now offered for sale, upon reasonable terms, until
the lirst Minday in December next, at which time
if not previously sold, %%ill be put up at PUBLIC
A UCTION, to the highest bidder.
The House is wel! adapted to the use it has been
appropriated, has large Stables, Carriage House,
Corn Crib anl Brick Kitchen, with other necesarv
out-buildings attached. The Buildings are nearly all
new, andl most of the Furniture purchased within
the present year.
The Lot euntains three and a half neres, upon
which and near the Stables is a Well of excellent
For further particulars apply to either of the
Subscribers. J. C. RE.\DY,
a- C' ro~prietors.
JOhN H UIET.
Sept 20, tf 36
UTThc South Carolinian, Newberry Sentinel and
Augusta Constitutionalist will give eight weekly
usertions ati] fiorward accotuts.
Livery and Sale Stables.
FORMERLY JOHN C. O'HANLON'S.
THE Subscriber bas the pleasure
to inform his friends and the public,
that. having purchased i the Splendid
__ STOCK of FIXTURES of those
well-known and popular STA 1LES, formerly
owned by O'H A N LON, and latuly by W. E. A R
CIEit, he is now prepared to furnish all who may
favor him with the-ir patronage, with excellent Saddle
I lORM ES, and handsome and comfortab!e CAR
RIAGES and BUGGIES, of the latest styles,
with teams to nttch, and d)rivers, in whose so
briety and experia nee every confidence can be placed,
at m1iost reasonable prices. Manny improvenments
have been maile to the Stables and T.ots. and Dro
vers will find every accommodation they can desire.
Carriages and Omnibuses froan this Stable will
run from Boatwright & ,lanney's universally favo
rite " Anierican Ilotel," and also from the long-es
tablislied and well-known Cuolumbia Hotel, by Mr.
D. Calwell, to the various Railroad Depots, or any
l- Orders left at the Anrican lI1tel, with M1r.
W. D. llarris, or the Proprietor, at the Columbia
I lotel, will be promptly attended to; and the sub
scriler is confident that all who cmnply him wiil be
pleased with his prices and his teams.
Columbia, Sept 22 6m 36
Drugs and Medicines.
IIA31BURIG, S. C.
"TITE Undersigned ould respe':tfully inform his
.friendls andl the public generally, that notwith
standing the late disastrons freshe't, lie is now re
eeiving and will continue to receive, a very select
Together with such articles as are usually kept in
his line of business, atid is furthermore determiined
to sell as low as any other estabilishment here
or in Auguta. His stock will conasist of the purest
and best MEDICINES, CHEMICAI.S, &c., &c.,
Frencht and English.
Lamp, Tanners, Linseed, Neatsfoot,
Sweet and Lauup Oils,
(ALL waRRANTEn rear..)
A. J. CREIGIITON.
N. B.-Those indebted to the above who know
they are slow, will please CAL!. AND SEr'rE their
acunts, as nmy laosses in the recent freslhet have
been such as to comapel mec to issue this request.
A. J. C.
Sepit. 10 3m 35
A Purely Vegetable Preparation, and a
Sovereign Remedy for
T ITESE BITT ERS are purely au 'E(E T.A BLE
COMPOUND, and are otieredh to the publie
uder thle full-st coainvetion that they w1ll be found
a safe n.t asovereign RLiMEiDY for I)YSP'EPSIA.
They have beeni triamapajhantly tested nmi only by
nmerouls families andl Phyvsicians in the South, who
have furnished ampille testimlony as to their dlecidled
eellenice, but ailso by the Proprietor, whlo, for ten
ears, sufTred all the gham ineident to thamt stub
Iorn and distremig disease.
The Colleton Bitters, are also a Carmniniative,
mlost excellent faor Cholera Morbuis, Castiveness, Sea
Sickness, Nausea proceeding fromi whatever cause,
Shortniess af Br,-ath. Acidity, heart Burn, Cramps
and Stichesa in the Breast.
The above Medicine is highly recommnende'd to
Literary Genitlemen. Student.<, Elderly People, and
others of sedentary habits.
Foir the satistfactioni of those whlo nmay not other
wise feel disposed to try this valuabla Conmpound,
reference is smad.., by paermlissioan, to the following
highly respectable genatlemecn.
Re'v. T. J1. Yoaung, Win. Yates, M. D).. D. T.
Cain, M. D., Alex. Robinson, Col. F. Launce, Char
T. M. Curtis, M. P.. St. Joahin's Island.
Ex-Gov. W. B. Seabroo~k, Edisto Island.
B. R. Bythiewood. Beanfoart.
Rev. A . Wooadwarad, l iin. Wim. Pore, Rev. J- B.
Sebraok, PatuIlPritehiard, M. D., Blinon.
gg Paen 75 ets per B~ottle. For sale at Edge
field C. II., lay 0. L. PENN, AGENT.
Oct. 20 tf 40
A HOUSE AND) LOT containing about two
acres, one anid a half mile~s from EdgelIield ata
the Colunmbia Road. There are on the I~ot a well
of good wvater and all necessary outbuild-ings for a
The place will be solal for Cash or on time,
the purchase mneny being amply setured-andl
inmmediate possession given. A pply at this Oflice.
Feb 3 tf 5
State of South Carolina,
IN CO.MMON PL EAS.
Taleferro & Taorbet,
T11 lE Plaintiff' in the above- easqe, having this
..day tiled his declaration in my Office, anal the
Defendant having neither wife norl Attornmey knowvn
to residle within the limits of this State on whom a
~opy of raid declaration with rule to plead can be
served : On motion of Mr. Manaru, Attorney faor
Plaintiff: Ordleread, That said Defendant appear anda
alead tosaid declaration within a year andl a day
from thme date hereof, or judgment will be readered
against himt by detfault.
THOS. G. BA CON, c. a. D.
Clerk's Office, Oct 13l, 1852. ly 41
AS thme time for sowing Wheat is near at hand
we we would nay to thme Farmers that we have
large quntity of the above article in Store.
Oct 13- ff
Extracts' for Flavoring.
PRIE.STON & M RELSExtract of Lemon,
F " E4~ELSExtraet of Vanilla,
a a" Orange Flnwr Water,
a " Superior Rose Water,
just received and for safe by
n... 13 tf . L. PENN, AGENT.
A. X. 133NSON,
Ware House and Commission
Hamburg, S. C.
wTOULD respectfully inform lis former pa
tronst and the public generally, that ie has
leased the W are-H ouse recently occupied by lessrs
BRANNON & COLEMAN, Where he will be
Receive, Store and Sell Cotton
and other produce Consigned to his (are. Also
receive and forward Merchandise to the country.
In tendering his servicesto the public, lie flatters
himself, from an experience of SEVENTEEN
YEARS in the above business, and a thorough
knowledge of all it& branchea, as well as from a
general acquaintance with the planters of the sur
rounding country, together with his undicidrd.per
sonal attention to the -business, that he will be
able to give general satisfaction to all who mny
favor him witl their confidence, and as'ures them
that no effort shall be wanting, on his part, to pro
mote their interest.
Liberal Cash advnces made on Cotton and other
produce in Store.
Orders for Bagging. Rope, and family supplie
promptly tilled, at the lowest market rates.
Aug 18 tf 32
SIPSON & GARDINER,
Warehouse & Com'n Merchants
McINTOSE-ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
T 1IE Underiigned continue the WAREIIOUSE
AND COMMISSION BUSINESS in all
its branches, in Judge Starnes' Fire Proof Ware
House, an McIntols-Street, under the name and
style of SIMPSON & GARDINER.
fIn tendering to our friends, and the public gen
rally, our thanks for the liberal patronage extended,
we take this method of assuring all, that no eirt
on our part will be wanting to advance the interests
of those who may confide their business to us.
Orders for Ragging, Rope and Family Supplies,
promptly filled at the lowest market rates.
Cash advances imade on produce in Store when
J. T. GARDINER.
Asmgsta. Aug 25 6m 32
WARDLAW k WALKER,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION
North Atlantic Wharf, Cliarleston.
CoMMINsioNs FoI SELLING CorroN,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
T IE Subscriber having formed a Co-Partnership
with Mr. W. A. W ARDLA W, of Charleston,
formerly of Abbeville, S. C.. for the purpose of do
ing a GrKNERAL FACTORAGE and C.\511
SION BLSlNESS, avails -himsVlf of the JIresent
opportunity, of returning his sincere thanks to his
numnerouN friends for the liberal patt onage beptowed
for a number of years pastt,-and in omoving, tenders
the services cof the new concern of WARiD)LAW
& WALKER, Charleston, where lie 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 then soon to hare
a Depot nt the city of Augusta, thereby saov the
expense of Toll, and very grently facilitate the for
warding of produce of any kind. Mlr. -lons C.
REIs, Agent of W. & W., in Augusta, will attend
to the forwarding of all produce that their frienls
m.y feel disposed to send them, free of charge,
save drayage. G. WA LKIEII.
A ugusta, July 19, 1852. tf 2t9
AT TIIE OLD STAND 01F S. & .J. GILBER T
CHfA RTESTON, s. C.
S & E. 1Y. GILIBERT continue the
. CA RRIAGE BU'SINES~S at the above stand.
Noas 35 and 40. Wenmtwosrth Street, where they will
e pleased to eahibit to their old friends and us
tomiers a very
Extensive tock of Vehicles,
.omprisingr those of their own miannifaceture tog'ethmet
various other styles usually found in this market.
Their long nequaintance with this miarket as
Manufaturer. and D ealers will (enible them to
offer. great inducements to purchasers both in style
Aug25 tf 32
Valuable Plantation for Sale.
T IIAT Valuable PLANTATION, about eight
.mile~s from h~amburg, kmnwn as the Chmeroke~e
Pond P'lantation, formerly owned by D~r. ( EIGER.
It conita~ins about seven hutndred aind eighty-eight
(73s) acres, 25(1 of which tare elenredl, the balance
iiwell wooded, oomsistintg of Hlaek .lack, I lickory
and Pine. It passesses superir advantages as, a
public house, it being a long esmablishted stand, and
sittated at the junction of the Five Notch, 31artiin
Twn B~r.-eh Platik Rond and Main Trunk of tihe
llatnburg anid Edlgefield Plank Road, and about
mile below the jumnctiotn of the P'ine I Iruse and
Edgefield Roads. The Cherekee Pond Race Conirse
is on the plnee, and is one of thme best training Turfs
;i the United States.
On th~e place are two TWO STORY DWEL
LING IC LIOSES, with all necessary othu..ildings,
so. situated thtat the plac enn he divided int two
plntationss, with suitable buildings on each plan
The Plankc Riond pasusing through the latnds. ofl'ers
great faecilities for hauling woo.d to l lamsburg asnd
Augusta-to auny one disposed to engace in that
business, a rare chanee is otyered. T.. an :ipproved
purehaser it will be sold on a credit of three or live
years. Apply to
If. A. TiENRICK, President,
Ilamburg tand Edgefield P. R. Company.
U~nburg, Aug 20 tf 32
Hamburg & Edgefield Plank R'd,
r318RA D is now jpet for eravel fromt 1ltamt
I burg to theOl)WEL..ntie'nelue
Roadl, and by the Martin Town hlrasnch froom I ltm
burg tu near the new Bridge ovrer Stevens Creek.
Perrsons travelling or setiding their Wasgons or
Vehicl-s to Ilanmburg by the 31artin Toawn Road.,
can avail thenmselves of the rnneh l'lank Road to
Habturg, bty turning to the l eft, half a mtile abuove
1ardy's Chturch, by which they will avoid all the
hills and sand on thte Sinrtin Tiawn Rond.
The Roada will be comnpleted fromi I lamoburg to
the Pine House about the 1st of Novemsber.
Rates of Toll.
Four, five and six horse Wagotns, 5 eta per m'ile
Three " " -4 " " "
Two " " 3 "4 "4 "
Two " Carriages 3 "4"4
One " "' 2 " "t "
Ilorschneck travellers, " I " " "
Vehicles on meceting, arc each entitled to half ithe
PLANK TR ACK. tttd t1.e Drivers are reqiuired to
turn to the " RIGIH T !"
II. A. KENRICK(, President.
Hlamburg, Sept 8 -tf 34
Chapanns Cotton Gins!
W E still make these bst of COTTON GINS,
~Vat our old stand. We warrant thenm to give
tisfaction, wvhich they never fail to do.
All orders thankfully received and p~rotmptly at
Persons who find it more convetnient will please
inquire of Mr. Ion Uu ,u., Edgetfield C.11I., who
Iwill keep on hand one or miore of these (Gins for
sale. Address - C1IA PM A N & SONS,
Coleman's N Roads, Edgefleld ,S. C.
Sept 15 tf _35
till Irons andl Guudgeonms.
A WELL assorted sTrOCK, for sale LOW.
LI. -A 1.so
100 Tens of Iron, assorted, Oral, Hoop. Bnd,
Plow Motulds, &e. GEO. RO)IINSON.
Unmburg, Oct 13 iv2mn 39
J UST received a superior article of CIIE~ESE
for sle byF. M. NICIHOL AS.
Oct31 tf 39
LL Persons indebted to' the Estate o.f C. ..
S Gvedee'd., sare requested to make immne
dinsto payment, and those havring demantds agtiinst
said estate, will peresent thsem parperly attested.
,JOHIN RAINSFORD), Adns'r.
Sept 22 tt 36
Oranges and Lennonsi,
UST received and for sale by
U ~ F. M. NICHTOLAS.
Nov 10 tf 43
TESbscriber has a largre gnsantity of L4UM
BE fdifferent sorts, for sale at his reside~nce.
N. L. ORIFFIN.
July.. to e 7
J. Ne NEWJ
W1UOLESALE & RI
READY MADE CLOTHING, TRI
UNDER THE U. S. HC
T M. KEWBY & CO., arC now receiving ti
.s Ready Made Clothing ever ot'ered in Lhis ei
improved styles of nanulnetuie.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS YOUTH
'" Country Merchants, and all persons visi
and examine our Stoek for themselves.
Augusta, Sept. 23.
Spring and Summer Goods !!I
J. A. VAiWINKILE,
NEXT Dooa To GE0o196A PAIL P.66 RNK,
J T AVE now an hanl antd fur sale a enplte
and extensive assortment fif
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Drap
D'Etes, Casmerets, &c.,
For Spring and Summer us.e, which will be made
to order in a style of superiority and elegance. AI
who are in want of line gnrments and wish thei
:( lit as they ought to lit will plese give 1nC a cal
It satisfy tIemiselves.
Ready Made Clotinmg.
My S-oek of CLOTllNG this seasfoi ite full
and large. clnprisieg Cloth. Freek and
Dres Coats, Cloth, Cashilnrett
and Drap JYEte Saeks, Bl'k,
Satin D'Chene White
and Striped Silk Sncks. Grass
Linen, Ponger Silk and Blrown
Linen Sneks, 11lack and Fancy Ceeleore
Pants, Starseils Pants, and a large assortm'nt
of BuIY, White and Fnaiey Mlarsvils Ve,-ts, &c.
A large snpply of furnishing articles, such as
Cravats. Gloves. I losiery, Sispenders. Collars. Silk.
Caze, Cotton and ilerins under Garments, White
ad Colored Shirts, &e.
And a Fine Stock
Of PERFUMERY 4- FANCY ARTICLES.
All Goels in my establishment are uf the REST
4M.ILITY annd will be sold right.
J. A. VANWINKLE.
A ngusta, A pril I if 11
D)R. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
TlA K S this methods of returning his th~anks to
.L his friends andl patrons. for thec111 pnrenage lhe
has recei veil in thes sale of Druzrs. Nlediciuies. &c.
H~e is nony reeiving an addition to his already ex
tensive Stocek of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye ~:stt, Patiits. Ols, Window Glass', Putty
. Physician's Shop r'urniture, &c.
THEI FINEST WINES AND BitANDIES,
for Mediciunal purposes,
Fine CigarM aud Tobacco,
Of his own and Northern make,
Frencla Extracts, &c., &c.
Pnint, ilair, lhat, sliee anid Tlanners Brushes
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds,
masde under his own sulpervisioni ini strict
. ecordnr ce with the U.S. D~isp'ry.
The inostt Repuutablec Nostrasans,
. 11 of which lie will sell at prices that will comipare
favorsbly with any Southern matrket. Thoise wish
in teo purchase nrticles in his lir~e will dee well tee
nll andl examnu in hi tock anid picesv.
Edgelield C.1H.. Jaii e22 tf 1
20 Uhls Cheeice COUN TRY F LOU R,
11 lIbls :linimre Fnmily "
1 Tiercei prime R iCE.
10 Itoixes JO~yIlE N C H E1 E S
lbla aind Eiis Fr-sh .i -.'ERI-,,
C hEIoxe Siulirilor Ilnh 80.41'.
0 llenxea E.- lR L ST A R C'l
12 Boexes .\llbuntiniie and l'ateiit l'earl Caindh-s,
2 s Cans hFre.h 8.- I,.1ON,
Variteni Sansers f-ur Fish, lcef stake. Fowls, &ci.
1 hiox M.AC.A RON I.
Sueriolr Green andl lacsk TEA S,
40 Small Baeks Dlairy S.4L T, sreatly sunp'rior to
Box Snlt in as iiiehi as it noet liable to rust, jus't
received and for ale ebienpj by
G3. L. l'ENN, AGKY.r
Oct 13 tf :19
IS lierehrv eiven teo thosae iindebted to the~ estate of
Eldredl W. Ghlover. eeceaised. tee mtake payment,
at furthierest, by the 1st day of Janstiry ine!t, and
lhose top who:in the sai.I estate is indlebte I will meet
ue in ithe Ordinarv's (liee sit Elielil (. I I.. oni
F iay the 7th dayv of . anniary next, 9I 53, at wlichs
ime a final ietent will b.- madite ln the estat".
E. 1L. CI NIlMER~L.\IN, .\liii'r.
Oct 20 3m .so
Read This anid sav Cost !
r ~Il E Subsceriber rseeretfuilly inetilies all Itose
.indlebted to thil e~Fim of 6 t.ort~i & MI.is.s aiid
aase tee himself, elisher by% nolts or topen neco~lunit, to)
iiake pavinienst on ler bere the Is .January nsext.
as loiger iniduigenee caiinsot be grivden..
W.\. B. M A Y.
Sept 15 tf 3
4 LL Psersoneis iiiebeetde tll the Estaite of Joese'h
LI .\oore, dee'd., nye requeieteed to make inineedi
ate paymienit, atid these ha~vinig demandes againist the
estate'will present them in due ferim.
E. I'ENN, Ex'or.
Febs 12 tf 4
LL Pe~rs inidebted to the estate of Oliver
-i Towles'.are reqejnsteed te nmake iniinediate pny
inent, niid thiese ha~viiii demeainds against the same
will render them, ini pereperly attest ed.
RI. M. SCUJRit Y, Adminisstrator.
Oet. 0 tf 3
A( dnainistrator's Notice.
~LL presn having demianes ngnainat the estate
fL .A buly, dee%'lh., will please present
thet proeWrly attested, andu thiose iindebted wil
please pa n'p. Punctuality is reuested, as the
yKstate imust be eclosed as early as5 praceticabbl..
WV lLSt.N A lINE Y, A dm'r.
Sept 17 tf - 36
Extra Fine Chewig.
UST reerivedl a few liexes of ENTRA FINE
l (I lE\VlN; TO .\CCO, the clebratedl " Cal
hidm Br~iiid," matin fsnetured explressly for the Sub
scriber. G- L- PENN, ACFYT
An1 tf 31
3,00 LBS. Choiee Up-Country BAlCON,
1,000 " a lUntimore
Fio sak-e by F. M. NICilOL AS.
Oct 26 tf - 41
A LL. Notes due the Subs'criber, individunally or
.as Executor, sare placed in the Bank oef 11am
burg, for corftetionl Those indebted will please
make itmmedisnte pnymienit.
Dr. Joheln .\I. Galphin, will act as my A ttorney,
during smy absence front the State.
Dnc.23 tf 7
TAIL DEALER IN
NKS, CARPET BAGS, &c.,.&c.
TEL AUGUSTA, GA.
LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMIENT of
ty. Their Stock consi.-as of the lItest and most
8' AND CHILDREN'S CLGTHING.
iig our city, are respectfully solicited to cal
ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER!
Great Cure for Dyspepsia!
r IH E TR UE lDlGF.S
DR HOUGHTON'S I Eor FLUiD,
-. Gastric J U i c e,
preparel from RenIntt.
or the feonrti !Stcomanch
(if tie (x. ift.-r dir
-tions- elf HantilS Ling.
-the great Phyio~lovieni
C It e m i t, by j. .
I lot'ateiros, M. D.. Pllelhinil. Pa.
ThjisLisantrnly. WvoNIiIC1mIT.1:131EDTY for Inmligestisn,
Ilyipal"Ii. ,inimali'e. i.i%.-r 6'oia:ini. -oltioii n. n1n1#1
Ilalility. Curing f:ter N.vITtE's taWN N1.1T01. toy
N -ares town A iin. the :nsitrie .nice. lmair n tenlslntanonll
,.f PI'l N. itirna..cl in water. will eligaet for l.--oilve. Five
P'n il of 110a:,.t Ik-er ini ain~nl t w. houriis, iont etthe .toach.
1i.:PI-N is ila. cihief er.-nwt. fr 4irent lf10liTING
Pritelile 4f lhe Grif c .Inlie-the Sr.lavent fth lf- Faol, the
l'rifyvmg. P're's-rvlig ual 1Stia:nin~tingi Agenat of the *starnach
!ami lintestinaes. It Is IxIta rnet.l frl e Iligestie Mt-1tuncll
of the ox. iuns furning to TlIt'F Ii'.TlYE.I.VI).
preciselv lkRe the natundt (i:a'trie .inc in its (h--neei jaw+
rA.d fiarntisling n CO.\MPL.ETE and PERFECr ST li.
S rTITL'T E for it.
CaI in ite Agent. Puld get n lieeriptive Cirenar. grntis,
givin'i a lare annannt of SCIEN'i-C iCvII)ENcE. romna
.ietlig's Animnal ltahmiiry: Dar. Combe's Pl1ayiol..gy or Diges
then; r. Pereira (tnt l-'al F anl liet: Dr. .Jolen W. lirnper.
aor New York Prniv.rty:or 'r, innglisian's Pahysiology:.&f..
t-wielther willi reports itf euren froi anl parts of the tnited
NO ALCOHOL, BITTEES OR ACIDS!
It1Me:i-mher ItriA: Il Ilureara'sa PEPSIN Is of greal
Natural l:emeily. free frim A l.CIrO. IIITTEItS. ACh)$.
mail N.'ASI h' liai.UGS. It Is extremely agrele to
lle tiat, and mny tie laken by the anrt eilte jaotient. whi
cllinot till a waier erneker withoat :-nte distress. BIeware
(of alrnggel imilations. I'eplin is not a drugt.
C I It 16 IN E V E t Y T O W N!
Tr. 1loightons I'sis has ntaw la-cl t.ted. for upwirls
or two venmr. Ini everert- l oatwn In ila-- t'niftel Staten. nnJ
te. Agentt eal rifier ')yplae-plia to) many rensirkable Cures
li everv Taiwn ! Nimiro-uS l<teai of-urt. eertitleales for
lay:-ie~ia.':ms l 'uttients, are given in tli Ciremnir urniaed
ley Agents. gratis.
Pepsin in Pluid and Powder.
Trir1otaguhtn's PEP~aqN is prpr. ina PuwaeCe and ini
1'iald Fiarma-anna in IPraecriphaan -i.-ii foar lliae l;% of I'hlr.4
innse. Th~e l'owder will bae sent by .\lnil, freeaa Iaof sage, fur
ane Illiatr, sent to har.I lionghltaan, I'hil:ile.lphinl.
l'rirnte Ciraenltur fair P'ispaie'unla. mny b. obalinla iaf 11r.
1loaghom oar hai .ients, ie-awrihaing thea a hnhe pr..ess aof pre.
paraion. nueil giving the nuiaoritiesa upnal wthich the claimas
air thi' nw remert~ly are li:nse-t. .is it in NOTr A SEt'IIET
ItE.\lEl)Y. noa aat'.ieiaan cena ba rnaaa agtainat its is- tiy Play
siimsa In respctatuea zaliaulg an~d regulaer paraclic, larle
N E D)OLLAIicpr hur.
Everv~ iltle of GENU'INE l'EP.sIN tacara the written
d iln. j'n. Caapy-right nmI Trnale .\lark acecureal.
&70:1~a hy aill Druggisa unaI l~aleauer in .\!edleinen,
$?-.40aia uan lay C. L.. PEJ~NN, Eaigea.lat C. 3.: WV~llm
L..W k L.YE)N, Atnhevlfle C. II.; PII:.rT .l'iIlE5 New
arry, anal A. .J. CI:EIIITON. lindung, S. C.
ably: t4 y 25
D R. D E NN IS'S
Jandacea. Sick Hleadl-ache, Dr::iness. Lnsa of
App1.etile. Cuonstipatlion o~f thei lurwe!s. Piles,
casedl Iy Costircenss. P'ain in thse Blrrels, or
Rh le, naixm. cau.ed b'y the use of Mercury,
SI/,phiis. Strofnl'n. Boils. Ukces. ej-c.
rj Ills PREP'A RA ION is m~fade as pure na possai
.. ble. Ils hiuter taste. and benfefiil rileta ini
dis~a eu f thet liver, snnd dlise~ases airianmg friamian ilt.
pure slate o. tihe Blood. piruve it to bey the
P):l:.EaT AND 310STI UsEFI'L
preparatiaon eaf Sarsiparilla thati is made.
Thos whoi halve usead the varlians prepiaraitions oaf
Sarsaprilia will Iind, la the taste sad eifect, lhat
there as molarae nraln1rill'i iln ane boett lveaf lI r. I)5x5
Xs' prprain than ini lall a doien bottles a.' it is
Its altersative ad milly putrgative eft-eats upon the~
howi~el.. iiinkle it noat aanly n goodau sublitittet lfar aler
enry,. but au.:fuI itt remoliving all disecaseca arising fromn
tle impjruidaent us'.eaof 3lereniry.
Lxa'Preparedl onaly byi .l FNNIS, M1. D., Aiigus
Stald by A. G. TF.AGIF anid 0. L. PRss, Edgefield
C. 11.; P. 3M. Conhas angd C'AREY & (.OUTL'aaEn,
Chrlton ; IloATrWn tunIT & 31l OT anal F. C(tnars.
Calmbnia ;A. .J. Caaxmn-iroy. Hambuhrg: W.'i. F.
Tr, D.. B. P'i~ucat, III.ttAND & ltst.sy, WV. F.
& J. Tt'rarIs, WV. I. EITenI-:N. ii.tnuxTIT & C.ta
rTan. Augusta, ;sen.. anda lay I~riaerists genierally.
Pricea-$ljper houtle ; 6 aittle fair SS.
gjg laItemembel~r lta ark fur D)ENNIS' GEOlRGIA
SAlS.\ PAtt [il.\.
Junie 26, I185i tf( 23
, LL~ thoase jidebeda to the estate of C. Wa.
I I (.:era, dee'd.,ntre raaaues.tead tia miak. prFOilrt
pamlenat tao thea Adm linistratir, .anda thosaue havitg
de'onndiias will rendeair Itim int proplaty attested.
L. II. (00Li11A. N,.\dm'air. I
.iiv 7 ii 25
4LL' Peronis ;iineteda taa thea Estatea of Wtm. T.
/ '5 liinter. mre ealrtly~I regna..el d t ke imi
said entwi~lil lalse rendier thaemi in, propeirty~ at
tested, forsthwith. B. F'. STtRO.\, .\dm'ir.
Spt 8 if _34
LLprsn haivingi diemiands neninst thme estate
of...ri, dlee'd.. lae raequestedl to) ren
ier thiem ina to 'aipt. W. Ilirrisona, as hte is imy
Agent during may atbsence fromi t Slte.
* A. PEIRIN,.\dim'r.
A pril l If 11
LL. pe'rsonsi indebp~tede Io the estate of THenry F.
hI Freeani alee'd. will come14 fiarwnri imnme
dntlv anda aike~ paUyment naad thonse h~ai die
manads wrill rendehlr thema in proaperly attte.i
.1. 1I. .1INN1NG$, Ex'iar.
Jnt 3 ly 51
Tobeco, Segars and Suff'i.
,~ siT Prr.Y ef ite abaove nrticees of C/h01CE
L BR.1NDS, jusat rec.eived andu for salet by~
U. L. PENN. AassT.
Ot 13 tf 319
A LL. Persons indebtedi teo the estataeaof Ellington
. Clark, decad.. are hereby nottiied ta naakt iaa
saitd es'tate will prLeent themu proaperly tttstedi.
.Tuly 7t tf 25
A LL. Persons indlebted to the state of R. Pl1tt
IR1 ratmson, diee'd., are respect'uilly noatitled to
inke immiaiute panymient, anad thoaaa r-- a~ ha ing d
mandsi nagint said es~ate will presentI them trtliwith,
SlISEN 31. BRUIN!SON. Aaldm'ix.
ROBERT L.\NIERI, Adam'or.
Oct 20 tf 40
. LL~ Persons indiebl.ed to the Estate of Jane
ii. Loan dee'd., nae requested toa mnke immaue
rjinte paymenlt, anud those havitng dematnils will lpre
sent tm forthiwith,~ propaerly attested accordiang to
lnw. A MIBROSE .NIN, Adai'tr.
.'. 12m 3
JAUNDICE, DYSPEN&A, CHRONIC.OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
TIE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FRON
A Disordered Lirer or Stomach, such as Co*
stipation, Inward Piles. Fullness or Blood Ie
the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Heart-bur, Disgust for Food, Fullness or
Weight in the Stomach Sour Eructationsf
Sinking or Fluttering at te pit of the Stomach1
Sminming at the Head, Hurried and Diffcul
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking of
Sufocating sensations ehen in a lying posturef
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the
Sight, Ferer and dull pain in the Head, Defi
ciency of Perspiration. Yellowness of the Skill
and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Cste
Limbs, e-c., Burning in the Flesh, Sudden
Flushes of Heat, Constant Imaginings of Evil
and Great Depression of Spirits, can be effet-"
unlly eured by
CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS,
DR. C. M. JACKSON,
AT TIHE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
TIl EI 1 tower over the above diseases is not excellel%
enied-by any other preparation in the United Statesvas
lihe e'cures attest, ii iny cas after skilfal 'physicians had
TheeD witters are worthy the attention of inrallds. Pa'ig
seming grent virtuecs in the ratlilention of diseases of ti
Liver and leeear glnnds. excreising time most searching powe
er in weaknoes and affections 4#f the digestive organs, they
are withal. sate, certain and poleasant.
Read and be Convinced!
The eliteor of the "Boston af," said ine lil paper of the
2.nd of .Iune Iust:
Dn. 11oorLAlC's Cr.Lr.nuAren CIMANa flimix, for the
cure of L.iver (Comnplaint. .latindle. l)pelslia, Chronic for
Nervts Deaillity. is deservally one fof tie niet pecluibt
imedeicetlnof of tile day. Thee Bitten have Inoe-n used by
tltuiciarndit, ad a frieid it our ellow says Ie lia hiiietf re
er1v:ei an etTu'cial and permaient cure of Liver Complaint
fronmm tihe noe fof this remely. We are convinedel that, in the
mie fof tiee' litlir, the lentient consinittly gninn strength and
veigor-a lne't wsrthy ofl gre'at a'ensebelerationa. They are pelea
ant i, t te nn smiell, :ied ennti he used iy In-rtions witis the
neig. deliente oimneh with in'fety, under any ereumattees.
We eere sprnking from experience, and to the aflleted we
advie. their :.lC.
"eot-*A Wr.RXL," one of the best Literary papers pub
lit. itenm.AeND' (XrXEAN 1Tr.A. mannfattnreeI by'Dr
Jaekson. :re now reronimenlei by some fof the most prent.
nent miewianmr ties- neumItty s am article of nmeh e'flicary is
ea''s' eef femmile wenknie. As uei it the eae, we would-ad
visee mnii imethme're to oiinin n lotttle. und thus save thetnselves
mich I ckiae's. iPer.-ne of elbilitutil erentitutions will 1d-d
thev. 'ititternaiv:1iangeons Ile toheir health. s we know flum
experience time .slutary eflfect they have npoti week systetn."
tMore Eridence -
Tie' Tron. C. D. Iilxsaiu., Mayor of the City of Camden
N. .I.. sys:
.-16set.A's C.INAN Dmrms.--We bate seem many
fi erini etces of this ieelicine . and tie osete mi s which
tle'y caile imimede US too amnik,, ineilimy re'pcting iLs nrit.
From initiry we wen- pemirel te tse it. and must'sa
We foun.1 it :p.e'ltc in its ac ti urpeon disensee' fof the -liver
ami diga'e.ive ormms. and the pomwe'rfil infilncee It exerts'
upiem nie'rvmius poetration is really z4urprirtmng. It calms and
trengtillenis tle ne'rvet, leringing them into a state of repose,
making seele retfresheing.
- If thit Iedicine ws1% mlore generally ueeed, we are salife&
Slt' weeu!rl I.e iee,4 eslicknus.nr, et e stomenlach, liver, and
nernaue yem' time great ninjeority e real andi Imaginarv dis
ee' e'ninnIte. ave thiem in n heuitiy oedithm. and Yon
enn bel rieslance te epidemici genterniy. Thin extmrliasry,
niedliine we wonei idrise' ur frielals winme are at all ladl
peosei. to give a irial-it will recmmiend iteClf. It should,la
fuet. be iln every fimily. No other iedicine can produee
suie'l evidences e;l Ierit:
Evietencei niln evilenee hate been received (like the tbree
goilg) from all secetl!'eis fof time Union, the lamSt Ilre years,
anl the str'e-t iestimonimy in itA favor, is. thatelwr' is memf
.. it uiseel ini tie lrac'tice of time regular le'ysiciam of PhnA-S
dehlelin. thanmii te t trumcmibined.a fiel that eaneaI
iv be e'stAtitalshed, and filly proving thi a neienmlltie prelnar
tion will imeet with their quiet approval when presented even
in this form.
Thiat this meelie'ne will enre Liver Complaint ant Dyspep"
sin. i#e fen win eltoto aner using it as directed. It actsa
eitle'aiy upto ite s'teemeh ane liver: it is preferable toeals
mel in ALT. li-IOUN DISEAlES-thie elfe'ct is imnmeli
tle. They can le' adminiistered teo f'emnale's or liafaits with
.safey amnd re' ble benelt nt any imo.
L~ook well to the mnarks of the Genuine.
Theay hamve time written sigaure eef ('. M. .liC!ON
itpon lime wrreeleer, aned lisa nmame blown in the bottle, withiot
wheichi the'y am"' speuri~U.
ly"-W' Ver ale Welheseahe anal Detall at the (CERWbAN
MElEIN E $TfsPRE, Nom. l!2b A rch stree't, 'ene door beiow
sixurm. Pehiladelhin; anal by respectable dealers generally
thrroughi the country.
Tee enahle all classes of invralleds to enjoty the adivantage'of
the'lr great re~estoraive peoweit. StameLE BOTILE, 75I ain.
Cey- Also, for sale, In this Village. ,y '
G.'L. PENN, Aos.'e.
S'ept1. 1852. 1y U
D R. R OG E RS'
LIVERlWR T- &ND TARIT
A S AFE" an'. certain eure fair Coughs, Cols,
I. Creiup. Aa'ihma. Consumpijtioni of the Lungs
Spittingi aof ithede, lreenchmitis, Ijorping Cough, andl
all Pulmeonary Afl'etions.
A Lovely Young Lady Cured of
Tur feollowing ime from lime pen of Wx. IT. Lxi
son, Esq.. ime dlistinguiiihedi edlitor of thme U'. S. Mili
tary andm Naival Argue. untder date of New York,
Jannary 21', 18451. Whmat crould be more conclusive!i
"It is m'elm we permit omurselves to occupy a
space a inhe'e columnmts to speak in praise of any ar
ticle in te paitent mnedic'ine way ; hut when we see
time lire eef a l'elew creature raved by the use of any
memdiaine whatever. wc conidjer it as our right,'if
maot our uduty, to give a simple statemenet oif facts,
that ecthers may. ini like maseri, be benefittedl. The
case ii hie heas'indmeeda us to pen this article wtas that
eef a youngts lndy feceur ncquaintance, who by frtenn
expmosuere tee the night air, esmtracted a Coid which
settlede men mihe Laenge befosre its ravages coualdl be
st'a'ed. (T'his uenerredl two venrs ago this winter.)
V'a'reeus remeedies were used, hltl withm very little effet
mr bienefitt.-T'he (''itgh grew worse. with copious
e pe'ctoratien. iad the sunmken eye, aned pale, hlliow
cek, timil phai'nly that palmacary disease was domng
its wmeret n~ heer de'licate frame. The fnam'ly phcysi
e'eao weas consu~elte'd. ande abhacoah he worcld not admit
toi thme yomn Ilady that shme really had time Consnmp
ion. yet lie weeti give inco encoturaegemtent as to a cre.
AL limit' crisis her mother was persauded to make
use of a boettlce eef Dr. ilogers' Compound Syrnp of
Liverweort anal Tat. acnd we are happy to state she
weas' pe-rfec'tly cureda in less than three months by this
imedhicne aleome. afte'r even haope was dlestroyeud. It is
usele.s to coemmienmt eanhs a ease na this, for the
sitple truth w ill rm.ech whmetre poliseda fiction newer
can. if manmy doe:he time aumetciyi eef this statement,
le't them cnll at this: Oflice.--t'- s-Military anad Na
TESTZITONT O1' TEE PRESSU.
Freem the N. Y. Conirier, Aug 13.
Drn. Rie~s'.hs' SYRL'C or LtvER~woNT AND TAR.
We have heari osf teeral important enres recently
e'Ireeteds by ti's aexce'llent medicinal prempratioen, antd
in one instance that enme tinder onir obmeraion, we
en 'pa'nk cmnem'antly. One of our employees 0who
ha'sufTe'ared severely freom a lmng standling cold, de
ring time pm.sc weeak 'omme'ncedl the use of this medi
cie, amil his ('old haos entirely disappeared.
From time N. Ya. 3Tirror, Sept. 2.
TLivER awoa:T Axle TAeR.-Of the virtuces of Dr. Rog
er' ('emieh 3Medeiies prepn rede from iice albove arti
ce. it it' nme'edless nowe tom speak ; its efeicatcy in speech
ly enirincg Conighs, ('cids anda oilier lung complaints,
wicht teen freegnuently, if negie'ctead, resnlt i Cont.
,nmptiocn. is tioo well established mu publre confidenice
lts cneecl eulogy now.
Freu lihe N. Y. Despatchm, A ng 25.
We have iheretofecre taken occasieon toc give aour tea
timeecy in favomr eelth dca 'rative properties of Dr.
lger'.' Compomund St'rnp eef Liverorl sand Tsr, and
wuld hecro repealt ime advice atlready given, for all
p'eesons whoe are aftlic'ted wvith Coeniumptiomn, or any
em thme premonitory symptoms, to make a trial of Dr.
gir Thie Genumne is signed A Dr.w Rlocvxm, ont
the stee'l plate engravedl wrampper arounda eaeka bottle,
nadea ise solad wh'.lolesale aced retail by
tCOVlL & 3MEAD,
113 Chsartres street, New Orleans,
Sole General A gents fear the Sousthern Statea, to whom
all oredene mtust be addtresed.
g2" Sohll, also by G. L PENN, Edgeflkl C. H
W ADL AW & DENDY, Ahcheville C. II.; PR ATT
& JA MEi. Newberry, A. J1. CREIGHITON, Ham-"
urg. See. Ca.
A pri I __f_._.__.t
State of $oui Cairolina,
EDGE~FI ELD DIS'1flcr,
IAe CO)MMON PLE AS.
The Banck ofl Hamcburg,S. C, , tahnu.
Williams B. Brannain.
r'P1l E Plaintify in the albove ease having this-day
It'milie i Declaurntioen in eey Offlce, and the De
f.menant hncvieng ineither wirfe nor A ttorney known'to
'eie wlithitn the limits of thmis State, anwhm
cpy oif said adelarnation with a Rule to plendlean be
siervedl : On miotiosn of air. BarsxiTT, vAttorney
feet Plaitilif,: Oreredl That said DefendlaaS-eppar
an plendc to saied deciarations withi~ a ayten aad
a daty fromn the dlate he.reof, or ins default thereof
jugment will be r'ene.red agaist him.
T HOS. G. BA CON c.L.'
Clerk's Office, Mlarch 8, 1852.. te.$ 9
Miarcha 11 . 1y'
Paink Saucers for Dyeing
'1ILK STOCKlNOs, Gloves,'Fethers. Flowers,
Gang.-s, Camebries. Cottosns, &c. A supply
just re.ceiv'ed and for sale v'ery cheap by,
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