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mALE ACADEMY RE-OPENED!
An Excellent Teacher Engaged!
A BE&UTIFUL EDIFICE SOONTO BE COMPLETED
r IE TRUSTEES of the Male Aeadenv at tl is
l place take great elcasure in announcing to the
public that thij Institution will be opened ngain (-n
the 2ND MoNAv iN JANUARY NEXT, under th0 n.ost
The Teacher the 'have employed is Mir. J. G.
LEITNEa If Fairlield, a GRADUATE OF THE
SOUTH CA HOIXNA COLLEGE.
This gentlemnan enters our community with the
most ample recommendatioas fron the Faculty un
der whoim he has tinished his studies. Of his ability
to prepare youn- men for successful application to
the highest Seminaries of our country, there is not
a doubt. It may be added that his strictly moral
character is nit less certainly established than the
accuracy of his Scholarship.
The Trustees. in putting forth this notice, only
desire with few words to assure those, who may
patronise the Institutioi under their charge, that it
is their determination-to do all they cat towards en
frcingre.:iaw discipline and keepig up a proper
degree ot pride and emulation among the pupils.
The new liuilding now in prolress will be one
of the most commodious as well as one of the most
ornate editices of the kind in the State.
Excellent boar-ling can be obtained in private
families at $8 to $11) per month.
The Termis w:li be deterininied upon after a eon
sultation with the Principal. They will not exceed
those of hther similar Acemieni
N. L1. ORZIFFIN.,
JOUN LIPSCOMB, I
JOH1N A USKET
R. T. MIMNS,
Dec 11' tf 48
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
rI AKES this method of returning his thaunks to
.ihis frientds annd patrons, for the patroniage ie
has received in the sale (if )rug',, -eics, &e.
lie is now receiving an addition to his already
extensive Steek if
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop rurniture, &c.
THE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Mledicinal purposes,
Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
Of his own and Northern make,
Freitcla Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, Ihair, Hat, Shoe and Tanners -Brushet
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds,
made under hik own supervision in strict
accordar ce with the U. S. Disp'ry.
The most Repuutabie Nostruans,
All of which he will sell at prices that will compart
favorably with any Southern narket. Those wish
ing t-, purchase articles in his line will do well to
call and examine his Stock and prices.
Edgefield C. I.. Jan 22. t' I
WARDLAW & WALKER,
FACTORS AND COMMI3SSION
).R XJL 'TWI0
North Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
CoxMtlsEloss FOR SVLLING Cor-ros,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
l E 'Subscriber having formed a Co-Partnership
with N]r. W. A. WARDLA W, of Charleston,
fornerly of Abbeville, S. C.. for the purpose of do
in N ER A L FACTOR A GE und COMMI11
SLON BUSINESS, avails h'inself of the present
oppiartunity, of returnIng htis'sincere thanks to his
nuneroius friends for the liberal patmonage bestowed
faor a anmber of yeairs past,-and in movinig, tenders
the services oif the new concern of W A RDLA W
& W VA LK ER.t Chatrlestoni, where he hopes maniy,
if not all his (o1d patrons will find it to their interest
to ship their produce.
The re'centt arranigemtents of the South Carolinat
Rail Road Company will enable theni soon to hnave
a D~epot n tile city of Augustat, thtereby save t
expense of Toll, and very greatly facilitate the for.
wardng of produce of any kind. Mlr. Joans C.
REEs, Ageint of W. & W., iu Augusta, will attend
*- to the forwarding of all pro'duce that their friend.
may feel disposed to send them, free of charge,
save drayage. G. WALKER.
A ugusta, Jluly 19, 1852. tf 29
SIYIPSONV & GARDINERI,
Wareh~ouse & Com'n Merchants
McINTOSH-ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
T I E ndesizedcontinue the WVAREJIOUS
T A1ND COMMISSION BUSINESS in all
its branches, in Judge Starnes' Fire Proof Wtare
llouse, ont Mlntoshu-Street, under the name and
style of SIM1PSUN & GA RDINElR
in tendering to our frienids. and thne public gen
ralvy, our thanks for the liberal piatronageextendled,
we take this methond of assuring! all, that tno effort
on our part will he waniting to advance tihe interests
of thoase wh~o nmay conlide their businiess to us.
Ordlers for Bagtiing, llope atnd Famnilv Supnplies,
promptly tilled at lthe lowest market rates.
Casht advances tmade ont produce in Store when
JT. R. SIMPSON,
J. T. GARDINER.
A neusta, Aug 25 6mi 32
A. N. BE NSON,
Ware House and Commission
- Hlambur'g, S. C.
XVOULD respectfully ittform his former pa.
I ts, and the publie getteraly, that lie hat
leased thne Ware-hlouse recently occnpied by Mlessrt
UR ANNON & COLEM1AN, where lie will be
Receiver store and Sell Cotton
antd other pirodluce Contsigtned to htis care. Alsc
reeive anid forward Alerchandlize to thne counttry.
In tendering~ his servie s to thte pubalic, lie flatter.
lim rself, frotm ant expe(rience of S EVENT EEN
Y E.A Its in the above busintess, andl a ihoroug)
knaot!edge of all its branche.s, as well ss fromit
genteral neqluainttance with the planteirs of the suir
rounidingr comntry, together with his~ undicided per.
soinal attention to the business, that lie wvill b<
able to give genteral sattisfacetioni to all who mta
favor himtt 'th their contfidhence, anmd assures then
that noa enart shall be wanting, on his part, to pro
Libe'ral C'asht advances nmade on Cotton and othet
prod nee in Store.
Orders for llagging, Rope, and family supphio
promiptly filled, at the lowest nmarket rates..
Aug IS tf 32
Livery and Sale Stables.
FORMERLY JOHN C. O'H ANLON'S,
TH E Stubscriber has the pleasur<
p.-to inform his friends and thte putblic
that. htsiug purchiased the Splendid
SSTOCK of FIXTUTRES o1 thos<
well-known atnd ppular STIAlstL-'S, formerl
owned byv O'llIAXNLON, and late ly by W. E. AR.
CiI ER, lie is now prepiaredl to furnish all who may
ihvo~r hint wvitht their patronage, wvith excellettSaddhb
IIO RSES, atnd hatndslone anid coimf'ortable CAR
RIAGES atnd UUGGIES, of the hatest styles,
wvith teamns to match, and drivers, in whose so
briety aind ex prience every~ contidence can be pliaced,
at most reasonable prices. Mlany improvementt
have been mande to the Stables anid T.ots, and Dro
vecrs illh timid every niecattommoationi they cani desire.
Carriages and Otmnibuses fromi this Stable will
rnmi front iloatwrighnt & .Jantney's uiiversalhly favo'
rite -Aimeicann Iotei,"' anid also front the long-cs.
tablishted and well-known Columbia Hotel, by Mir.
1). Cald weil. to the various llailroad Depots, or any
1rU Oriders left at the Atmericant Uotel, with Mr.
W. I). hlarris, or tine Proprietor, at the Cilunmbia
hlotei, wvill be promptly attenided to ;anda the sub
scriber is conhidnt that all who employ hint wiil be
pleased. with- his prices and his teams.
Columbia. Sept 22 Gm 36
G&arden Sceds, Fresh & Pure.
"'TH E Subscriber- ha~s just received, and oil'era for
.k~sae a lairge supply of FRESil amnd PUIRE
GARDEN SEEDS, from the celebrateid Seed Es
tablishmetnt of'Comstock, Ferre &Co., Withersield,
Coont. Seeds from the above establishiment have
been tested by many of nty customers, and 1- be
lieve have given generali satisfaction. If you desire
to have your garden well supplied with flne vege
tables, do't neglect to call and get a supply oif
these seeds. G. L. PENN, AGENT.
nec2 E it5
FALL AND WINTER.
E ADY-MDADE. CLOTHIN'G
R ICHARDSON & M~cDONNALD,
are now receiving a LARGE and WELL
SELECTED Stock of Fall and Winter
Of the LATEST STYLES-direet frim New
York-together with a fine assortment of
Hosiery, Shirts, Collars, Cravats,
COTTON AND MERINO UNDER-SIlRTS,
Silk and Linen I1andkerchiefs,
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
round in other markets. An examination is solicited
fron their friends and customers before purchasing
L~? Next door to G. Robinson's HIardware Stero,
I1amburg S. C.
Oct 20 3m 40
I HIAVE this day associated Mr. THIOMAS E.
IlTT ini business with me, which will in future
be trausacted under the firm of BowRas &I IIr-T.
S. R. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Nov 5, 1852.
A LL persons indebted to S. E. BowIsa, will
please oall and pay their niotes and accounts,
as I am desirous of closing my old business imme
diatelv. S. R.. BOWERS.
lha'mburg, Nov 5, 1852.
WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL
E EEEP constantly on hand a larac and
IV well sI.sorted Stock of G ROCERIES, viz:
Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee,
Molasses, Syrup, mackerel,
Whole, Ihalf and Quarter Barrels, and Family Mess
Mackerel in Kits,
SPERM 4- ADAMANTINE CANDLES, LAMP
AND.LINSEED OIL, RAISINS. AL.
MONDS, NUTS OF ALL KINDS,
PRESERVES, PWjf ES,.
Fresh Lobsters, Salmon and Sardines,
C A N D I E S,
SPICES ALL KIMDS, SMOKEDBEEF & TONGUES,
FINE OLD BRANDIES, WINES,
Nectar, Eagle and ]ye Whiskey,
A Well selected Stock or CROCKERY and
GLASSWA RE. BOWERS & li'17.
Ilanburg, Nov 5, 1552. tf 43
N o t i ce,
OHN 11. WiTT having purchased %he
e exclusive interest of the MACHINE SIOP
of MleCSrs. BUoSnNLL & WrT, will keep constantly
on hand the following artie!es, in complete and ox
cellent order, and at the Augusta prices, viz:
Sash filled with Glass and Primed,
made of all szes and according to order.
Pannel Doors, Window Blinds,
DOOR FRAMES AND WINDOW FRAMES,
Bed Steads. Tables, Wash Stands, Chairs, Beau
reaus, Writing Desks, Work Stanls, Book
Cases and all other Cabinet and
Joiners Work, &c., &c.
Repairing and JTob Work of every kind appertaining
to the above articles, and Furniture of every des
eripition, done promptly and upon the miost liberal
Edgefield C. UI.. Dee I, 1852.tif 46
Ware-House and Commission
B US IN ESS,
H AMBU RG, S. C.
XW ALKER & CO.. beg leave to inform the
. public generally, that they continue the
Warehouse & Commission Business,
at the standl occupied by them-a for the two past
seasons, and pteviotusly by W~aLR~' d& BADFRn.
The Ware-I [fouse is in good order, and being lo
cated in the highest part of Town, is safe from high
water. Thle late fresliet liarely reachiuig the lower
floors-not the least damage was done to Cotton.
A. W~Ar.KEa wIll devote his personal attetntion.
exclusivelv to the business. and~ hopes from long' ex
perienace,'and a desire to p~ease, that ntone will leave
the estaublishmnat dissatisfied.
Those who pa~trolnize our Ware-House. will be
kept constantly advised of the state of tho produce
Cashi advances made on produce in store, when
desired. A. WAILK ER,
D. L. ADA318.
Oct 27 fun 41
Pair Home made Plantion
lIARNESA, SOLE ANDT UPPER LEATHIER.
OF AI.L. D.sCRIrTIONs.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil.
A t the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
R. T. MIMS.
July 21 tf 27
AT TIIE OLD STAND OF S. & J. GILBERT
CH ARLESTON, s. C.
S & E. rY. G~ILUBERT continue the
. CAURRIA\GE BUSIN F-ss at the above stand,
Nos .35 ail -40. Wentworth Street, where thiey will
be pleasedi to exhibit to their old friends and us
toimers a very
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
comprisin~g those of their own manufacture toge.thuei
various other styles utsually fund in this muarket.
Their long acquaintance with this market as
Manufacturers and D~ealers will entable thenm to
offe-r great inducements to purchasers both in styli
Atue25 tf 32
Hamburg & Edgefield Plank R'd,
r '1118 ROA D is now open, for travel from hlain
I burg to the OLI) WELLS. on the Pine Ilouse
Road, and by the Martin, Town Branch fruom, Ilam
burg to near the new Bridge over Stevenus Creek.
Persons travelling or bending their Wago~ns or
Vehicles to laamburg by the Martint Town Road,
can avail themuselves iof the Branch Plank Road to
Hamburg, by turning to the left, half a ni le above
ilardy's Church, by which they will avoid all the
hills and sand on the Martin Town Rtoad.
Th-2 Roadl will be completed frotm Ilamburg to
the Pine House about the 1st of Novemnber.
Rates of Toll.
Four, five and six horse Wagons, 5 ets per mile
Three " 4 "i "i "
Two " " 3 "t "i "
Two " Carriages 3 "i"
One " "i 2 "t " "
Ihorseback travellers, " 1 "' "
Vehicles on meeting, are each entitled to hb: if the
PL ANK TRA CK. and tL-e Drivers are required to
turn to the " R IG ilT !"
II. A. KENRICK, President.
Hanmbuir, Sept S if34
ALL Persons indebted to the~ Estate of Statn
mltore M. Iholsteina, dee'd., will amake imme-di
ate paymen-at, and those having dlemandis against said
Estate will render th~e::-, in forthwith. properly at
testedl. .T. A. BLANI), Adm'r.
Nov 25 3m 45
Luanber ! Lumuber !
T lIE Unde-rsigned has .i large quantity of LUM
BERL on hand of assorted dimuensions, at his
Price, Square Edge, 75 ets per 100 feet.
" Rough " 376 e. " "
J.AS. L. hILL & IlUG'ES.
DecS8 tf 4It7
A LL Persons indebted to th~e Estate of Abram
Ki Ierease, deo'd., will please make immediate
pament. Those luaving demands wiil preisent;i tiem
properly attested for payment.
Dec1). J1. GILCIIRIST, Adm'r.
R. S. KEY,
FELIX E. BODIE,
Zor Tax Collector.
M. 11. WHITTLE.
THOMAS B. REESE,
II. T. WRIGHT,
JOHN W. SMITIh,
W. F. DURISOE,
PICKENS B. WEVER.
WILL be found at all times in his Office, at
Edgefield Court House, near the PrsAmXIr's
lie will attend promptly and strictly to business
in iis profession.
Nov.14 tf 51
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PARKER.
Address Rdgefield C. 11., or Sleepy Creek,
P 0.. S. C.
March 11 1852 ly 8
HAPPINESS AND COMPETENCEs
WHY IS IT3
That we behold mansy females, scarce in the meridian of lire
br.,ken in health and spirits w ith, a cnmpheation of diseases
an.I ailnaenats, dlepriv ing them ofrthe poaner for ihe eaagoyment
of life at an a e when ihysical healtlh. buoyanry or spits,
mait hapiy serenitv of mind, arising f(om a condition of health,
should lae predomia:ant.
.sany or the causes of her sufferings at rst-perhaps years
before perhlanringr irlhood,orthe first years oimarag
were ia their ori;:in so bit as to pase unnoticed. ad of cosae
neglected. IN AFTER YEARS,
When too late to be benenltted be our knowledge. we look
back and mourn. and regret the 'fulI consequences of our
What would we not often give to possese, in early life, the
kniowaled;e we obtain in after years! And what days and
nigh. of anguish we mizht not have been spared, if the
knowledge was timely possessed. It is
MELANCHOLY AND STARTLING
To 'tehold the sickness and suffering ondnred by many awife
for many year., frlnan caunes sitple and crntrollable. esily
reanedied-os better still.-naot incuned. ifevery
WIFE AND MOTHER
Possesed the inrormation conaained in a liule volume, (wits
im the reach of all) which waould spare to herself
YEARS OF MISERY,
Anid to her husband the constant tail andl ansisty of mind.
necennarily devolring ahlian hint from sickness oI the wire.
without giving Itioa tle uoplortunity of acquiriaag that cm.
retence which lais exertions are entitled. and the iossession
of vlich would secure the happiness of hiatself, wife, and
SECURE THE MEANS OF HAPPINESS
D1y becoming in time possessed of the knowledge the want
ofwhicla las cauased the sick.aess and poverty o? iousaids.
ha view of auch consiequences. no wife or nother is excu
sable if she ue-lect to avail herself of that kaiaaowleadaee in
respect to herseir, wahieh woiuld spare her much suffering, be
the means of inpsaaines and irusperity it, lisr htuband. and
confer ulon hler chaldren that blesiaing aliove all Irice-lieialthy
bodies. with lhealthy msinds. Tiat knowledge as coutained u.
a little work entitled
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
Private Medical Compantion.
BY DR. A. M. MAUICEAUT,
PaO3 RSSO0 OF DiSKAEas OF WOMnN.
One JlundredtA Fditeen. ISmo., pp. 250. Frioau, M6 cis.
[UP FtNa ?APRI, UlTRA BINDING, 31 00.]
First published in 1847. and it is not
SURPRIZING OR WONDERFUL,
Considaering that E VE RY P E MA IU,
WIHETHE R MARIED OR NOT, eats here
acquIre a full knsowledlge of time asature,
character ad causen of her cosnplalanti,
wItih the varIous sysuptoas, atnd Sant,
HALF A MILLION COPIES
elaould hare baeena sald
It in itotaracticabale to eotivey fully the varinots eta'tenan
treated 'or. asthey ate of a nitaae strictly intenided iar the
married, or thosae eontempilating snerriages. lat no esale
deniroans of enrgyinga halth.. aand that beauty, caeuiaiqet aapon
health. whlicha in so coaducive to her own ahapin~aeas, anad that
of her Iinbad, but either las or will obaten. at. an has or, aill
every tassband who1.asn the laave auld affectiona of his. wife at
heart, or that of his ownai-euniary immiaavemeaas.
UPW1ARDS OF ONE HUNDRED THOU-'
Have been SENT hEY MAIL within the last few mnonthe.
!a~ae aad ShiameMu Fraud!!
CAU!TION TO) BOOKSELLERS.
VIOLATION OF COPYRIGHTs
A SPU'RIOUS EDITION
ilagrant andl barersced. has been surreprtitioanly iwtsed, with
she anme fontmad .ite, exactly the sAMx TiTse r'ao., and
esacaly the sante
Osn enther amre esubstituted rt Dr. A. M. Mauaricea,'
aa l nton"a for " New, i oak," and the worate,
Cae.gii EREacerdinar so Act atf Cosrgaes, int the year 1547, by
J ISFI'lI Ti 0WV
I. the Clerk's 0;ice of alie District Cnrt of thae Souther,
District or New York,
The sen~ten,:s. the annhjee, m satter, anal resading are
P'rinted on pooar, browntish, dlirty Itanter, wiihn a pter cover.
It can hie knon also fromt the maseraibte an.1l illegibale wood
ena's nsatteael thrunishaout ite pages. The copyright cahilos
If therie ae ate is the trnade no lost to shamne and comtanoe
hoanevty ae ta Ibe willinag parties
IN DECFIt(AUDING THEIR CUSTOMERS,
No Ieee than the legal owner or fernamrty in copyright,
they will lie arasecuted, asal steps wall be cakent to espnae
thecantto the public.
A enp~y waltlibe sent so each bankseller or firm, (with the
tenne spots whaich they will he fuirniahed.) shlt snceipt saf
his or their busianess card of adress,
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
DENOT DEFRAUDED I
Ility no bnok unaless Dr. A. M. Mlauricesan, 121 Libetry ,t.,
N. Y.. in is the tile page, and thme entre ina t leak's (lffice oat
the bhack ofthe title rage einrrespndi as baeaein, and. buay nly
aif renlrectable al ,,aonmble dalere, or send by mail, aaad ad
diens to lDr. A. M. 1lanariceant.
hiatt title puse. with catete, togethert with a few pate
treintin oaa.f imprtauat saubjects to esern marriedl haeinale, wrill
be seas, free of cinte. to suar one enacloalag a letter stamp as
a ptrepad letter, adliheaelsn abereina.
rrOn rerelpt of Itfty Cesete, (or One
Dsihar for ttne flae Edlition extra hlu~Ieg,)
seTIIIC MARRIED WOM.AN'S PRIVATAh
MICDICAI, COMIPANION" lia st (naaIled
tren; to faty part of the Uniltedt Statse. All
letter. mst be anet-pnald, andi addleressed to
DR. A. M. M A itRICE AU, Box 1424. New
York City. Publeahing Offce, No.120 LIberty
5treet, New Y ork.
J;S For sale in ti place al the Drutg Store of Mr
A. G. TrAOno.. Price ontly Fifty Cetnts.
.July 21, 1852. Gm 27
~LLPrsonstt hatving dems2ansds against thse Es
L.tate aof A. I1. Colelmn, dee'el., are requesctted
ta preseitt thetn properly attested, anud those itt
debtetd pre.viouto i as death, by Note or A ccoutnt,
will make itmmedate patymtent, as further inidul
gnce will not be given.
WILSON ABNE.Y, Admti'r.
Sept;l7 tf 361
, LL Persons indlebted to the Estate of lHrdly
Cl Whitte, de'd., are~ reqjuestedl to mai~ke immtiedli
same, will render thtemt in properly attteasted.
JIA.\ES II. WhITE, ,et~
Wi. 1U. G RIFFITH.
Non~ 17 3m 44
Ad iitao' Notice.
,LL personts htavintg demsatnds against the esitate
. ofLT.A bney, dee'd., will please present
thimt properly attestedi, and those inalebted will
plase pay tup. Punctualy is requested, as the
Estte must be closetd ats early tas practicabl..
WILSON AU13lEY, Adm'r.
Sept 17 tf 311
A\LL Personns indebted to the Estate of' Janec
-. Ia'in, dee'd., are requcested toa make itmmne
dite paynment, antd thosec having denmatds will pre
sent themi furthwith, proplerly stattes e ardiing to
law. AMIllROSE NIX, Atdm'r.
Feb 5 12mi 3
IS hereby given tt thoese indlebIed to thle estate of
1Eld red WV. Glover, deeenased, ho manke payment,
at furtherest, bay the 1st daiy of .Jatnury ntext, nd
those to whomat the stad estate is indhebledl will mheet'
m in thte Ordintary' Oflice at Edlgefieldl C. II., on
Friday ti 7it day of' Janunary newt,. 1853, at: whieli
time a flnal settlemetnt will be made on the estate.
E. 1f. CIIA MIIERL AlN, Athdm'r.
Ont2 3nm,. 40
.1 ~N1E W
WHOLESALE & RX
READY MADE CLOTHING, TR1
UNDER THE U. S. H(
TM. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving th
e e Ready Made Clothing ever oilered itu this c
improvetd styles of manufactule.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS YOUTE
W' Country Merchants,and all persons visi
and examine our Stock for tliemselves.
Augusta, Sept. 23.
ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDERi
Great Cure for Dyspepsia!
r HE' rRLTED ES
DR. HOUGHTON'S L TIV E F LU I, or
Gastric . u i c e,
prepared from Rennet,
or the fourth Stomach
of the Ox, after dire
- atiions of BAntoN loim.
the great Physiulogical
r .C hemist, by J. S.
1IOUGiITon, M. )., Philadelpllda, Pa.
This is a truly WONDEIF UL'TE.MEDT for Tndigestinn,
Dyepsi a , Jaundice, J.iver c(omplaint. Constipation. and
Deleity, Curing aft r NATUItES OWN Mk'lTilo), by
Nature's nwn Ageut, tho Gastric ,luice. Half a teaspoonful
of PEPSIN, infused la water, will digest or dissolve, Five
rounds or litast ileef in tnbnut two hours. nutfsteinntnci.
PEPSIN is the chief ,.eiment, or Great DIGESTING
Principle or the Gastric Juice-lhe Soivelt of the Food, the
Purifying, Preserving and Stisnilating Agent of the Stornach
nd Intestines. It is exlraetcd fomn the Digestive Stomanch
f the Or. thus forming a TI"Ht!E DIGESTIVE FLUID,
precisely like the natural Gastric .lulce in Its Chemical pOw
em and furnishing a COMPLETE and PEfLFECT WbE
STITUTE for i.
Call on the Agent. undl get a Dercriptive Circular. grtis,
ivineg a large uanount of SCI ETIFIC EYIDENCE, fron
lebigrs Animal Chmistry: Dr. Cornbe's Phystolngy or Diges
tion : Dr. lereira onl Food and Piet t. r. eJohn W. Draper,
of New York Universily: Prof. I)iglilnn's Ihysinrlogy:&c.,
together with reports of cures Imonu all parts of the United
NO ALCOHOL, BITTEES OR ACIDS!
Remember this: Dr. loem rros's l'E'SIN Is a great
Natural lemeel,. free from ALCOHOL. IllTTEIS, AD11)$1
and NAu SEOUS DItUGS. It Is extremely agreeab e to
lite taste, and may be taken by the mest feeble patients twho
cannot ect a water cracker without neute distress. Beware
of drugged initations. Pepsin is not a drug.
GURES IN EVEtY TOWN!
Dr. fou-ghnn's P'm-mc has now been testcil, for upwards
of two years. it every large town in the Uite I States. nncd
e Agenos can ref.-r Dylwcjpties to many rmaarkalcte Ccres
in every Town! Nunerrus dittails of curcs. certitleates of
Physlcians und I'atienat, are given lit the Cl:cularn furnished
by Agets, gratis.
Pepsin in Fluid and Powder.
Dr. 1icllu.n's PEPSIN is ireparel In Powder and in
Fluid Fcrmc-nncd in 'rescripticn vinls for 11 th seof l'hcysi
ins. 'The l'ccwsIer will be sact by Manil, free cf Posinge,. for
one ihollar, sent tcc Pr. luonghtcon, Plcilaclh-lchia.
I'rivate. Circula~rs for ilhysiclans may i- cc.bitaineed of Dr.
lncgcnn or lhin Agents, leeribitcg the whcole prucs ocf pre
praton, and gieltng the1 acnltriti eccpo whaichl the einicns
cf this new rernediv :cre hcacal. As it is NOT A SECi:1-T
lllEl)Y, nco eobjeetionl n be rained nenin~cst its acse by l'Icy
sicint inc respcecable stamccling aud regular practice. Prmice
N E I)IJLLA p~ler1>oulie.
Evecflottle cf GF.NUINE P'EP'SIN hecars the written
lgatalere of J. S. hloughctonc, M. 13.. sole proprietor, Pchiladel
ici, l'n. Cop~y-righct anacl Trade ?dcnrk securecl.
gjrSold b~y all Drucggists nmc Dealers icn Mealicinee.
LAWV & LYON, Abbervine C. 1I.; PI'ATTI & dIAMES, New
berry, ancc A. J. CItEIG llTOt)Hamblurg, S. C.
.Ily 2t ly 2S
D R. D ENN IS'S
etandce, Suek Head-ach/e, Di::tnes. Los~s of
Appetite, Constipcat ion of thce Bo cels, Piles,
causecd bcy Coatireness, Pain in, the Boweels, or
Remacoism, caused by thec use of Mercury,
Syp jhilis, Scr!)fula, Boils, Leras, <4 e.
3 lfis P'REPAIRATION is mcacde as pure na possci
. lIts bitter taste, aacnlbenteficiael elli-ets in
dieases of the Liver, acnd diceases ;aricicng fromana im-.
pore state of tlce lod, prove it to bce the
PUREST AND MOST USEFUL
prepartion of Sarsaparilla thsai is muele.
'Thlose wvho hcave usedc the varlous ptrepcarations of
Rarsaprilla w'ill fitnd, by thse taste andcc elgiet, th~at
tere is tmore Sarsaparilla inc cne bnttile cf Dr. DEN-.
xis' prepara'tionc, thatn its htlf a tdozetn bottles as it is
Its alterative andl milly puirgative efl;-ets supon the
bowels, make it not ecncy a geoud sustitucte .for 31er
cnr, butt usccfutl its remnovinug all diseases arisinig fronm
the'iprdtentt use cf AMerentry.
g Prepared only by J. D ENNIS, M. D., Augus
Sold ti-AG. TV.Arua and ('. Lc. Prss, Edgefiaeldl
C.I;1 .ConurN atnd CAnt & Co'uetaa
Cha.'rlestnn; PoA T wicwr & M IOT and F. C( Tx,~
Colubia; A. .J. Caet~cnox. H~amhcnrg; Wi,. F.
ToU-r, Di. B. Pt.ustn, llAvat.AND & Rtst.EY, WV. F.
& J. T'risx, W. K. Krreries, ifARRIF.TT & tCAR
r E, Atugusnta, Geo., antI by-Drutggists generally.
Price-l per bottle; G bottle for ,$5.
R Iemembher to ask for DENNIS' GEORGIA
J ue 2 6. 1851 t f 23
State of South Carolina,
IN. EQUIT E.
Den. L Gill, Sairath, his wife, anid
Susan Morris, . Bil J'or
Sarhl Morrias, et atl..
t TI. appearing lo nmy salisfxelionl, thai~t the De
Sfedats, .Joshua Morris, Dueirinse Morris,
W Viliam lt-endrick Morris, Johsn Morris and
llecsantt Mearris, jr., reside beyoend ihe limtils ofl
itis Sate, Oni Motion of Mr. AJnmY, Sojljiior
fcr Com inancis~its, It is ocrdered, that the~y d~o
:cpper withini three tmoths from the dhate hereof,
atcc an~swer, plead or demur to this Bill, or
Judget and Order pro Ccfesso will be takeni
A. SJMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Dec 29 3m 5
Whiskey, Ruani, Brandy, &c.
06 BA RRELS Rectified, Monsongahela anud Mil
ler's Old Rye WHIISKEY,
New Enaglanda and .jamaica Rt UM,
Aericant andie Houlland GIN,
A eretan acnd Frenchb B RANDY,
Maeirat, Tenierilye and Mlal~ga WINES,
Perpprminutt Cinnaimon and Perfect Love COR
LEMON SYR UP, icy thte Gallotn cr Bottle.
Irish andce Sctch WHISKEY.
Cider ansd Whcile Wine VINEGA R,
Pinct, Ilatlf-pinit and Quart FeLASES,
Wicc. Lemoccn Syrupc acnde Porter BO'TTLES,
DEMIJOHfNS, all sizesn..
E. IIODGES, Aces'r.
ov 29 tf -16;
Ohapmanas Cotton Ginus!
W. E still tmake thecse heat ofC COTTiON GINS,
Tat our old1 stand. We wtarrant themn to give
satacftticcn, whicht they never fanl' to dao.
Al orders thankfully received atnd promptly at
Persons who find it more cotnvemient will pslease
mituire of Mr. Loo lit-, Regelield -C. II., who
will keep on hcand one on amore of itese Gims for~
sle. Addlrese CllaPMAN d& SONS,,
Colemaan's N Roads, Edlgehiehcl, S. C.
Sept 15 tf 35
0 A GS. Asagusta Caenal F LOUR, for sale low
H - amburg, Nov 29 tf 46
ALLprso5ns indehted to Ccol. .John Hill, bcy
1...note ortaccoundt, tro requested tormacke insme
die paymcnt to the unedersignced.
r... e tt - 51t.
BY & COO
TAIL DEALER IN
JNKS, CARPET BAGS, &C., &C
)TEL AUGUSTA, GA.
a LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT of
ty. Their Stock consists of the latest and most
[S' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
ing our city, are respectfully solicited to cal
A Purely Vegetable Preparation, and a
Sovereign Remedy for
T IITESE BT lTERS are purelya VEGETABLE
COMPOUND, and are offered to the public
unler the fullest convetion that they will be found
a safe and sovereigrn R EMlEDY for DYSPEPSIA.
They hare been triumphantly tested not only by
numerous families and Physicians in the South. who
have furnished ample testimony as to their decided
excellence, but alvo by the Proprietor, who. for ten
years, suffered all the gloom incident to that stub
born and distressing disease.
Thue Colleton Bitters, are also a Carmininative.
most excellent for Cholera Morbus, Costiveness, Sea
Sickness, Nausea proceeding from whatever cause,
Shortness af Breath, Acidity, leart Burn, Cramps
and Stiehes in the Breast.
The above Medicine is highly recommended to
Literary Gentlemen, Student , Elderly People, and
others of sedentary habits.
For the satisfaction of those who may not other
wise feel disposed to try this valuable Compound,
reference is made, by permission, to the following
highly respectable gentlemen.
Rev. T. J. Young. Wm. Yates, M. D., D. T.
Cain, bf. D., Alex. Robinson, Col. F. Lance, Char
T. M. Curtis, M1. D.. St. John's Taland.
Ex-Gov. W. B. Seabrook, Edisto Island.
B. R. Bythewood, Beaufort.
Rev. A. Woodward, lon. Win. Pope, Rev. J. B.
Scabrook, Paul Pritchard, M. D., Blutiton.
(? PRtCE, 75 ets per Bottle. For sale at Edge
field C. lI.,by G. L. PENN, AGENT.
Oct. 20 tf 40
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
. EDGEFIEL'D DISTRICT,
IN COMMON IPLEAS.
W. E. Janckson,Dca.iAakt
Thtos. M. Robinson.
Tr. N. Poullain & Son, Dca.i tckn
Pleasant M. Tidwell.
W. . .koDecia. in A4ttach'nt
Pleasanit M. Tridwell.
Henry Moore,Dcl. tAtakg
Pleasant M. Tid well.
T HIE Plaintitra in the above eases having this day
tiled their D~eelar.itions in mty Offie,and neith
er of the Decfendants hiavinig either wife or attorney
known to reside within the limits of this State, on
whom copies of said D~eelarations with rules to pleadl
enn he served :On motion of Mr. Alaunavru, Attor
ney for l'laintitTh, Ordered. that said I efendlants
apear and,, plead to said dleclarathons within a year
and a day fromr the date hereof, or in default there
of, judgment will be awardled ncain~st them.
T. G. A CON, c. a. n.
Clerk's Office. Oct 7, 1851. ly 38
State of South Caroliua,
iN COMMON P LE AS.
L. Suber, A gent, Aa~et
Williami B. llrannon. $
Howard, MceDonald & Co.
* vs me Attalamen.
R. 31. Owengs,
B3undly, Rosenmotn & Co.
vs - . Attachmecnt.
Wilham P. Delph,AItlic.
T111ERE AS, the Plaintiffs did on the first day
i VofM larch instant, Iile thteir I eelarations
against the De-fendats, who. as it is said, is absent
from- and without the limtits of this State, and has
ne-ither wife nor At torney known within the saine.
upon~ wh.o at copy of the: said declarations mighit
be served : O, motion. of tI r. O, nA v, PlaintitT's A\ t
tornev :It is therLr-. OrderedI, That the said Die
fedait d(, appear andi plead to the saidl declaration~s
within a year and n day fromn the da~te of this pub-~~
lication, owherwvise final and. abso~lut e judgmnt wrill
then be given and awarded against limi,.
T'ilOS. G. BA CON, c. E. D).
Clerk's Office, M1arch 1, 1h52.
March, 11 ly S
STATE 01- SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
John M. Clark, )
vs '. Foreign Attach'n*
John M1. Clark for J.
M. C. F'reeland, Foreign Aitach'n*
Richard Bailey. )
T ER S the Plaintiffs severally in the ac
HEtion abo eaetioned have this dhy filed
their respective delarations in the samte, against
the I )efendant, who (ams it is said) is absent from
andi. without the limits of the State, antd has nteithier
wife nor Attorntey known. within the sante, upon
whomi a cop)y of the said several declarations might
be served :It is therefor~e ordered that the sail
I )efendant. Itichard Iitiley, do appear and plead
to the sidi declarations respectively, writhin a year
and a day from this date, otherwise final and abso
lute judagiment will be given andi awarded againist
him in the said suits respectively.
T. G. IMCON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, Sept. 6, 1852. ly 56
P)ERSONS indebted to, the Estate of Mrs. F. E.
IPerrin, dee'd.. are requested to call and sett'e.
and thtose having clal ims will presemnt them properly
ttsted. - T. H. .JOlINSON, Adm's
' . L.. IlLER.
Nov 2.1 3 45
i IDER will be received at the Tan Yard from
tis date. R. T. MINIS.
Ot lb182 If 3
Potatoes, Onionls, &c.
ACONSTANT supply of Potat-oes, Onions,
O10rainges, Lemons, Coconuts. &c., miay be
found at ]E IIO'DGE$r AGKnT
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
W. &'J. Hill,
W. B. Brannon.
Matheny & Bewley,
W. B. Brannon.
J. Taylor, Jr., & Co.,
Dr. A. J. Creighton,
W. B. Brannon.
r 1IE Plaintifs in the above stated eases having
this dav tiled their Declarations in my Office
and the Defendants having neither wives tor At
torneys known to reside within the limits of this
State On whom a copy of said Declarations with
a rule to plead enn be served: On motion of Mr.
STYLES, Attorney for Plaintiffs: Ordered that said
Defenlants appear and plead to said Declarations
within a year and a day from the date hereof, or in
default thereof, judgment will be rendered against
them. THOS. G. HACON, c. .. a.
Clerk's Office. March 1. 1852. lyq 9
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
James Blackwell )
s . Decl. in Attach'nt
vs Deel. in Attach'nt
'l E Plintifofs in the above stated cases having
I this day filed their declarations in imy Office,
and the Defendant having neither wife nor Attor
ney, known to reside within the limits of this State
on whom a copy of said declarations, with a rule
to plead ear. be served: On motion of Mr. Kr,
Attorney for Plaintiffs, Ordered, that said Defen
dant appear and pleadto said decltratiotns, within a
year and a day from the date hereof, or judgments
will be awardel against him by derault.
TH US. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office. blay ;tlt 852. ly 1$
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
William D. Jennings,
rs Decl. in Attach'nt
7111E1 Plainuttfi in the above case having this
I day filed his declaration in my Office, and. the
Defendant having neither wife mor A ttortney knona
to reside within the limits of this State otn wiloni
copy of said Deelaratio wilta rule to plead cal be
served. Ott motitsn of Mr. TosarsuNs, Attorney for
Plaintitas, Ordered that said Defendant appear and
plead to said declaration within a year and a day
from the date htreof, or judgment will be awarded
against themn by deutilt.
TIHOS. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, May 17, 1852. ly is
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Wmn. D. JTeninhgs,
W s. Decl. in Attachment.
r 1l li Plaintiff in the above ease having this day
filed a Deelaration in my Office. and the D)e
fendant having neither Wife nor Attorney known
to reside within the limits of this Statte otn whont a
copy of said Declaration with a rule to plead caln he
served : On Motion of Mr. TuonisK:s, Atto-rney for
Plaitilf: Ordered, That said Defendant appear
and plead to said Deolarntion within a year stid a
day from the date Itereof or judgment by default
will be entered agninst-him.
T HOS. . B.CON, c. E. D.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PLE AS.
James Jones. Josepht J Ken-'
nedy and .Johnt Mclinnet,
vs. Foreign Attach'nat.
Tte City Council of A ugusta..J
W, 1Il.EREAS the Plainitiffs have this day filed
V their declarationi against the Devfenditnts, who
(as it is said) arc :absent from and without the linmits
of thtis State, andi have tno Attorney known within
the samue upon wvhtom a eopy of the said declaration
.mih e. ar-rved.: It ja twfore. ordered thtat th'e
iaidDefendlants do atppear and pleadito the~Iiiir
elarations withitn a year and a daty fronm this late,
otherwise finial and abusolute judhgment will then be
given anmd awarded against them.
TIIOS. G. BA CON, C. E. D.
State of Southf Carolina,
LN COMMION PLEAS.
Beleer & Ihohlitgsworth, Atche.
M. M. & J. WV. Granthamt.
Belher & hlollitigsworth, )
vs t Attachment.
M. M. Gramnthiam.
Behher & llollinugsworth,
Granthuatm, Logatn & Co.
r1 'liE Plinititfs in thme ablove stated cases htaving
Ithis dlay tiled their Declarations in tmy~ Office,
and the Defendants hiavinug teitlher wives tior A trir
neys known to residhe within the limiits oif this State
sn whismn a copy of sauid dleclaratisins with a rule
to plead can lbe servsl : On nmotion of Mr. Aan-rrs
Attorney for PlIaintilts: Ordered 'thait saiid D)efen-.
dats, appear atnd plead ts, said Declarations w ithuin
a year atis a day from the datte htereosf. or in dlefanit
thereof, judgment willI be rentdered against them.
TIlOS. G. BACON, e. E. n.
Cerk's Office. March 12 152. lyq 9
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
Sis Liinla, Decl. in Attachment.
T IIlls Plainitil ini thme abhove ease having this anuy
filed his 1)eelarationu ini my OUnice, and the iDe
fendant haviing neithuer Wife nosr Attornevy known
to reside withsin thme limits osf this Sta~te ot whms a
copy iif saoid D)eclarationm with a rule to pslends eana
tie served, Ottnlmotioni sof Mir. Mossv.. Attorneoy
for Piaintl': Orderesd tat said D~eft'nant appear
aims pleadI to said I eela~ratlins wit hum a year andts a
day fromt thme slate heressf, sir judlgment will be
aw'red against hti bsy default.
ThlO'..G. IIACON,.C. E. D.
Clerk's Offiee. .Jnne 1, 1852- 1y 20
STATE OF SOUTH CARIOLINA.
IN COMMON PL EAS.
George Robitnson, DconiAtahnt
Taiafero & Torbet, noesaeicshvn
this sday filed his Deehtratin in my Ottice, and
tme Defendhant htavinig ineither wvife nor Attosrney
kmown tso resisde wthin thte limits of thtis State, otn
whom a copy of said Declarationt with a ru!e to
plead ennie 'served :Ott mossiti of Mr. Ms 5tacaav,
Attrey for Plainit IT: Orde're.I, That said D~efstnd
att appear aiid plead1 to saidi Deeharatesn within a
year andi a day fromui tthe date huereof, or ini default
thereof jusdgment wvill be enttereid against hinm.
TIIOS. G. IIACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Offee. Oct 13,. 18.W. ly 43
State of South Carolina,
IN SOMMON PLE AS.
y -. Attachment.
T.deferro & Tsrbet,
Tj IIE Plaintilf ini thte above case. .havinig this
daI;y filed his declaration inu mty Ofhie, and the
lefenadant ha~ving ineithier wife nor A ttornecy known
to resde w;thin thme limiits of this State ott whomt a
o of said declaratison with rule to pleasd enn be
erved :On miotioni of Mr. Maut^-rn, A ttoritey fsor
Plaintiff: Ordered, That said Defenidatappsear aud
plead to said declaratiotn within a year and a day
froum the date hereof, or judgmenmt will be rendered
against hmim by defa~ultl. ACN .r.n
Clerk's Oflice, Oct 13, 1852. 1y 40)
A LL thoso indebted to the estate of Willam
Garrett,. dee'dI., are requestedl to nutke pay
mtent forthwitht, and these havinmg demands against
said estate will resnder~ them, in pvoperly attested,
aeerding- to law.
CTIARLER RAMMOND, )
WM.' G. IIAMMOND, E
THOS. GARRETT. )
Tob t f 3
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSA, C11RONIC OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
TIIE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM
A Disordered Lirer or Stomach, such as Con
atipation, Inward Files. Fullness or Blood to
the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea;
Hleart-burn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or
,Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations,
Sinking or Fluttering at thle pit of the Stomach,
Smimming at the Head, Hurried and Dijcult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Suffocating sensations trhen in a lying posture,
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Weie before the
Sight, Ferer and dull pain in the Head, Def-.
ciency of Perspiration. Yellowness of the Skin
and Eyes, Pain in the Side. Back, Chest,
Limbs, 4-c., Burning in the Flesh, Sudden
Flushes of Heat, Constant Imaginings of Evil
and Great Depression of Spirits, can be effet.
ually cured by
CELEBRATED GERNAN BITTERS
DR. C. IM. JACRSON,
AT TIIE GEllMAN MEDICINE STORE, -
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
THIt power over tihe nove diseases is not excelled-If
equalled-hy any% olier preparation li the United States. as
the cures attest, li inmny cases after skillful physiclans ha0
These Bilters nre wr.rthy lite attention of invalids. Poe"
sessing great viruesi in tlie ralification of diaenses of the
.lvert and lesser gian.ls, exerciising the Tost searching pow'
era i weakness and affections of the digestive organs, they
are withal. safe, certain and jilesant.
Read and be Convinced!
The editor of the "DosroN Bar," said in his paper of tii.h
23nd of June last:
Dn. inortasN' Ci.rtiPATm GERNAN DT'ra Ietibti#
cure Of Liver Complit, Jaminmliee, D.3mpepsia, Vjironie or,
Nervous Debility, is deservedly one of the most popular
medicines of Il day. These Biuers have leeen used. by
tiousands. and a friind at our elbow snys Ie has himself re
ceivedi ni efectunim ani permnent cure of I.iver Cotmlatinf
from the use of tia rem,-dy. We are convhiced that, n the
uise of these hitters. the patient coenliinty gaius strength and
vigor-a fact worthy of great considernltion. They ale pleea
ant in taste and smell. nd can lie used by pers na w:thi thi
mnost delicate stionmacli with safety, onder any cireunmsneetg
We are opeaking from experience, and to the afllieted we
advise thicit se.
" !cooy-a 'WAEzt," onte of the beet I.terary papers put
Dit. IHoorL.r's GICNAN Brrrr.s,- manufactured by Dr.
.aiekann. are now recommended by snme of tlie most promi
nent inmtetmbrof the faculiy as an article of much efnicaey in
enses of female wenk nes. As such Is (ie cae, we wo.ld ad.
vise all mothers to oItinti a bottle. and thus save themselves
much sickness. l'erson of dehilitat(d cinstiutinitna will nnd
these hitters adrnmlage.i-s to their heialth. na we know fronus'
experience tle salutary effect they have upon week systems."
The ion. C. D. lita.Ltr.,.Mayor of time City of Camden
N. J., says: -
"lioor.AND'S r.,TAX Fnmres.-We herve seen1 many
flattering notices of this inedicie. and the source frem which
they canme induced tis to make imuiry respectling Its merits.
Fromn inuiry we were persuaded in use itL and must say
we found it pecific in its action upon limes of the liver
aid digestive organs, and the powerful influence it exerts
ulpon iervous pristratioii is really surpriuing. It calms and
strengiihens the nerves. bringing itiem into a state of repose,
making sleep refreshing.
- Ites imedicie was more generally used. we are satisfied
these would lie lie sickiess, as from tihe stomach. liver, and
nervous system lite great majorliy of real uid Imaginary dir.
eane's enannIe. hiave thin in a healthy 'conditionm, and you
can Wt dellaince to epidemeies generaly. This extraordinary
medicine we wouls advise our friends who are at all indio.
pnsedl, to give a trial-it will rcnmend itself. It ahould, in
fart. be li every fanmily. No other ieeicine can produce
such evidences tof nierit."
Eviletire up, ni evtdence has l'een received (like the fore
going) from joll sections of the tnion, the lost three years,
and the stringest t.-.tiinony in its favor, is. that there Is more
of it used in the practiee of tle regular Physicians of Pius
deilphia. than nil tiier ni-strums con,ined. a fact tlat can ca!
ly be etalished. and fully proving that a scientillic prepara
tion will meet with their quiet appmrval when presented even
in this form.
That lis medicine wilt cure Liver complaint and Dyspep
aia. nio one calm doutit aner using it as directesl. It aets Pre
cillitaly upon the stomach nitu liver: it is Irefe'rable to cale
mel in' ALL IlLlOUS DiSE.tE-the effect Is Imimedl
tie. They can I.e administered to females or Ifants with
safety and reliable henefit at any time.
Look well to the marks of the Genuine.
They have time written signainre of C. it. JIt'KSON
mupon lime wrilper, andi us immue blown In the bottle, w~ithomat
whichi they are Spnnoui~is.
g#1-For sak' Whiotesale and Retail at lhe.GERt3rAN
!eElCINE STOIt:E, No. 120 f.te'" street, one door below.
Sixth, P'hhlelphina; and by respeetable dealers generally
through thme country.
PIIICES REEDUCED. -
To enable all clamses oif invalids to enjoy (lie advantages of
their great restorative powers. Staat.z BiorrtL, 75 CL'I, -
gr Also, for sale. In this Village. by -
Dept h, 1a2. ly 83
LIVERWOR AN TA 3l.:
Spitting-c fei tecf'npg
all Pulmottary"Afeetmn . - '
A Lovely Young Lady Cuiri of~
Tmr. following is from the pen of WMw. HI. LErr
coN, Esq., the distingnmithed editor of thI.'S..MIII
tary andi Naval Argus, 'uder dlate of Nrew York,
.Tanuarf 20, 1851. Wh'lat couldl he mitre cniclusive ?
" It is seldiom we permit onrelves to occeupy a
space in there columnis to speak in prae of any ar
ticle in the patent medlicinec way ; hut when we see
time life of a fellmiw creatuire saved biy mime use of any
medicine whatever, we consider it as onr right, if
not our duty, to give a siimle sluteme:,t of facts,
that others may, ini like mannier, lie benefhittedl. Tme
case whlich has'indnmeed mis to pen this article was that
of ayonng Indy of our nequannnec.' who by fregnent~
settled onm time Lungs before its ravages could le
stnyedi. (This occnrred i'vm ye'nrsango ihis winter.)
V'aronis remedlies were nied, bit wiith very little effect
or benefit.-T'he 'ioughi crew worse. withm copious
expectoirati.., and the smitken eye. nimi pair, hoilow
cheek, told phaiinly ilhat pnhnlon~tary dtisece was doing
its norvt on her dellenie frnie. Thme fam-ly physi
eian was conisiitedl. and although lie would not admit
to te young lady that shie really htad thme Conrump
tiotn, yet lie wouldl give no enconrragenmentas to a cure.
At this crisis her mother was persuaded to make
mne of a bottle oif Dr. inogers' Compound Syrup of
Liverwort anid Tar, andI we are hiappy to state shme
wras perfectly cured ini less than three meinths by thmis
medicine alone, after evemi hope was destroyed. It is
useless to comment on muchm a case as thmis, for the
siniple truthm will reach wvhere polished fiction never
cani. If anoy dmm-'ht time ambetlm~ticity mif this statement,
let them camll at ii Oiice.-U. S. Military and Na
TESTIIVONT OW TEE PRESU..
From thme N. 'i. Conrier, Aug 13.
Dn. Riocrens' Svn-r or J.tvT.nwonT AND TARt.
We liarve ietanl of several important cnres recently
effectedh by this excellent meicimnl preparation, andi
in one in'mace that came imder our observaiion, we
enn speak cionfidently. One of onmr empiliyees *who
hadsuferedl reverely from a long standing colhd, du
ring the past week commencedi the mnsc of thmis medi
cinme, and h-s CoAl has entirely disappeared.
From time N. Y. .Mirror, Sepm. 2.
TUtvn wVoRT AND T.a.Of the virtnes iif Dr. hog
ers' Cou:;h Medicines prepared from the aheve arm)
cdes. It is nmeedlems niw to spenak; its etlicacy in speedi
ly enmriing Coughs. Cihls andi oilier lung complaints',.
wmhi too freeimenily, if neglecedil r..rult m Con
snmption. is too well esthalied in public confidence
to need eulogy now.
From ihie N. T. Despatch, A ng 25.
Wa have hueretafore maken occnsion ro gi've our tes
timony in favor of thme i'urtive properties of Dr
Rogers' Coempouind ivrnpj omf Liver:"ort munde Tar, and~
weelh here repeat thme advice alreadiy given, for ai
personsa whm are afiirtedl with Consumption, or any
of thme premonitory symptoms, to nmake a trial of Dr.
gg The G"enune is signedl A NDR EW RoERast, ors
the sleC? plate engraved wrapper around each bottle,
amid is sold whmoleae and retail by
scOVJL '& 1IEA D,.
113 Chnrlres street, New Orleans,
Sole (eneral A gents for the Southern States, to whoiw
all onlers meet Be-.dreed
g'g Sold, also hy G. E. PENN, EdgefietJ C. N
WAJRDLAW & DENDY, Ahbheville C. IH.; PRATT
& .JA3ES. Newberry, A- L. CREICHITON, H1am
btrg, So. Cz.
A pril 1 tt Ir
State of South Carolina,
IN CO.M.ON PLEA&.
The Blank of Hanmburg, S. C ,
Williamm fl. B.rannmon. .'
HJ E Platintiflft inme above ease lpaving tliis day
. liled his Dclaration in nmy Office, anmd tice De
fenant having neithmer wife nor A ttornmey known to -
reside within thme limits of this State, on whoem a.
copy of saidi delaration with a Rule to plead enn 6e
served :- Onmotion of ?lr. Bac'sxrrr, Attorney
for laintiW,:- Ovdiesedl That said Defendant appeatr
and plead 'to saidl decibeation wituin a rear andi
a day from the. daite hereof, or i'n de~fault thiereof
judgnmnt will be rendered against himu.
TIIOS. G. BA CON, c.La.
Clerk's Ofliee,.March 8. 1852.
iAlarchu II 1~y -.
Extra Fine Chewing.
JUST reci'ved a few Boxes of EXTRA FINE ~
~.CHEWlNG TOBA CCO, time celebrated "Oat
houn Brand," manufactured expressly for the Sub
scriber. G. L. PENN, AGE.Tr. -