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THE FARME'S SONG.
Sweet is the bread that toil liath won,
And sweet the sleep it brngs,
And sweetly, when the day is done,
My cheerful li p-mate sings.
How proudly round any hearth I sco
Aly sturly sl diraw near,
And Oh ! how kinlly smiks on me
Eeh one that's gatheri d here!
A thous:ad soigsters welcome me
Forth to nay. daily toil, *
And flowers of many a form and hue
Are springing from the soil
The spring. wlto.- promise bekons me
To sow the nevelful grain,
And glorious autumn thankful shows
Its harvest iatitle.1 palain.
The student in his narrow cell,
Reads by lis midnight lanp ;
I;read in Nature's open bouk,
Truths of imnortal stainp.
While tnonarcas treaable on ticir thrones,
And quakes the city loral
I firmly stand upot tlhe earth,
A basis deep, and broad.
Sweet is tiae batad ilthat toil hiath won,
And sweet the scep it brings,
And sweetly wlen the day is done,
My Veicerful lielp-mate sings.
How proudly round my lacart I see
Mv sturdy sonls draw near,
And Oh ! how kindly sniles on ine
Cach one thaLs gathered here!
TRANSPLANTING, BUDDING, AND GRAFTING.
In the agricultural department of the
Patent Office for 1850-51, is a large amount
of practical information. Gershom Wil.
born, of Essex county, Mass., communi
cates the following upon Transplanting,
Budding and Grafting.
TmkNsrLANT1N-Land to be set with
fruit trees should be plowed in the Fall, or
very early in the Spring; it should be plo wed
very deep or subsoiled. When the- ground
is quite ready, get your trees,.and set them
the same day if you can ; never buy trees
that have )een dug over winter, and " lain
by the lcel," nor plant so late in the seascn.
as when the leaves hav.e start.ed ; trees of
this kind may live, hut you loose the growth
of them that season, wh0ceas by the right
kind of matagelment, transplanting will
hardly put them hack at all. I have often
planted trees which grew four feet the first
year. Holes should be dug of sufficient
depth and.nidti to-extend the roots to their
original capacity. When the trees are placed
in the holes, spread out the lower roots, ad
cover them with fine earth, as also all the
rest in like manner ; get the roots int-> the
earth so that they will stand interspersed, in
regular system, with the soil, as the roots of
a growing tree always do. The practice of
thrusting the roots of a tree all inl a heap,
then piing on hard earth, mannre, &c., and
stamping it down hard is sometimes success
ful, but no scientific cultivator would re
commend it. As trees are set, thec gronnd
be stirred around them while the-beat of the
season lasts, so often as once in twvo or three
weeks; and if great drought should prevail,
they should be occasionally wvatered ; this
should be (lone by makinig hocles with a
stick amnong the roots, and then pour on at
plail of water.
BUDDING.-Apple trees, and all others,
ecp plums and cherries, should he bud
ddin the latter part of July or first of Au
gust; they should be put in so late that they
they will not grow the same season. The
plan of operation is to select a shoot of the
present season, wvith good buds, and cnt off
each leaf within halt an inach of thec leaf1
stalk, thena hold the shoot in the left hanid,
and the knife in the right ; the lower part ot
the blade is placed On the shoot about hatlf
aln inch above the bud- the thumb of the
right hand rests on the shoot at the lower
extremity of the bark to he removed wvith
the bud ; the knife is thena drawna towards
you, parallel with the shoot, smooth and ler-.
el, so that the bark and a portion of the
woodl will be taken off-The stock to lbe
budded shaould be of the present y-ear' s
growth-a TI should be made in the bark
wvitha thae knife, and the bark raied with somae
convenaient instrumenat; the bud is theni in
serted, and the batrk is barought hack and
tied over the bud, letting the leaf stalk pro.
ject out of the stemt in the baik.
Gaatrti-x -Grafting is performed in the
Spring. Th'le last of March is the proper
tinme for plulms and cherries; and April for
all others.-an grafting, thrifty young stocks
should be preferred.- I he operation is sim
pale, and consists ini cutting off the stock at
the point where we wish to insert the scion,
andi splitting the stock down the centre ; the
scion is cut at its lower endl ini the form oh
a wvedge, anad, ahd inserted in a split ill thae
stalk ; the outside bark of thec scion shaould
fit nicely the bark on the scion. A salve
made of 1 pound beeswax, 6 of ro.,ia, mel
ted with one pint linaseed oil, is thaen used to
cover the seams mnade in the opleration, so
as to renider the whole air- tight ; the salve
should be looked to occasionally, and kept
smooth and tight on the seams, for it some
limes gets open and lets in the air, which
will destroy the sciona. Scionis should be
of the last year's growth, anad have upon
each two or three buds.
OAT FODDER FOR HORSES.
At a discussiori held at at meeting of the
Darlington (Eng.) Parmner's Club, Dec. 8th,
on~ the best and cheapest mode of keeping
draught horses dluring winter, Mr. Trotter
"I I--ve paid some attention to the sub
ject of keeping draught horses during win
ter. For the last three years I have adopted
quite a different mode to what I previously
followed. My method formerly was to al
low my draught horses each two bushels of
oats per week, together with one bushel of
b)eans, and as much hay as they could eat,
generally clover hay. For the last three
winters I have fed themn almost etntirely on
ent sheaf-cut into half inch chaff-which
has been. very great saving to me.
" Inan a~ at crop of about 40 stacks per
acre, which might yield near- 60 bushels, the
feed of a dratught horse average two sheaves
paer week, which would be about a bushel and
threo pecks per- week, if they had been
thrashed out, wh'lich is a saving of a peek of
oats per week, each horse for what I for
merly gave them, besides I save the bushel
of beans per week anad the clover hay, which
was a very considerable item-when I first
changed may mode of feeding, the horses imn
proved wonderfully, thtus showing that it
suits them wel.-Whey thtey wete worked
very hard, I allowed them half a peck of
oats at dinner time, besides the cut shaeah.
Last winter I had only 18 actres of oats.
Those kept 12 daraughat horses, besides four
young ones occasionally. This qtuantity of
oats wvotuk not have served me through the
year, land I not pursued this system of feed.
RYE AND INDIAN MrAT.
MA. EITORS:-To most farmers it is
quite a matter of importance to live within
their income. The farmer who can do this,
who produces his own butter and cheese,
meat and bread, need not be very solicitous
about the cry of high or low prices, so far
as the necessaries and even comforts of life
are involved in the matter. One of the best
articles of human food, when.properly made,
is rye and Indian bread. It is very nutri
tious and will sustain a laboring man ]on
ger, and in much better health and condi
tion for heavy work, than flour bread. For
p2rsons who use but little exercise, also, rye
and Indian is still more salutary, if possible
in its efl'ects. And as we have said, when
properly made, it is a luxury, and generally
so coisidered, particularly, when warm.
Bread from these materials, can be made in
a greater variety of ways, but for the par.
ticular mtethod of compounding them, so as
to produce the several hinds, I must refer
the reader, curious upon such subjects, to
your " Hlousekeeper's Department," trusting
that some generously disposed and benevo.
lent lady will give the information required,
and thus be instrumental in making more
genet ally known certain dishes which appear
in s me danger of fallitg into neg'e,.t from
One thing I would, however, suggest, viz:
that in grinding Indian corn for table use it
should not be ground too fine. Very fine
etial never makes so good bread, being more
liable to become heavy, or " clammy," as it
is termed, and consequently to ferment and
grow stale in warm weather. Mechanics
vho keep no brute animals, will perhaps
find flour cheaper tian rye and Indian meal,
as bread from the former is liable to crumble
and waste. It also looks more genteel-a
contsideration of very mighty importance
with some; but the honest unsophisticated
farmer, need not, and will not, be influenced
hv either of' these considerations. His ani
nals will always cnable him to work up, to
good advantage, the refuse of his loaves,
and as for gentility, lie will always be less
concerned about it, thant the ecot'omy and
substantiality of his fare.
Tun FUTr ORcuAn.-IThere is much
to lie done this month in the Fruit Orchard.
Examine the trees, and see if insects are not
burrowing under the bark. Scrape the hark
from the Apple and Pear trees where insects
have been, and wvash with a strong ley ; te.
move the surface earth around the roots,
and fill in with swamp muck, lime or ashes
mixed with it. Gralt Apple, Pear, Plum,
aid Peach trees. Grape vines not yet
pruned should be pruned immediately.
Grapes may now be grafted on the root.
Transplant all small Fruit trees, making
new Orchards. We cannot too often repeat
the caution, not to plant a tree deeper than
it originally camte out of the grountd.
Remember, (lear reader, if* you delay
planting a tree this month, you will lose
one Year itt its growth, and years are not so
plenty with mn, that ie cant spare otte inl
the accoinplishmet ol tny titintg that will
add to his comfort or happiness. Continue
to plant Strawberries and Raspberries.
U raf't all kinds of' 'ruit itt the nursetry, inito
oung ronts, as directed last seasot.-Soil
of the Soutth.
of white vitrol, (sulphate of zinec) 3 outtces
of common salt, to every 4 or 5 lbs. of good
fresh lime, it is said, rentdet' it v'ery' dur'able.
INEuI.LE INK.-T his may be made
ruch cheatper thtan purchased, as follows:
Two dr'achmis of ititrate of' silver, added to
a weak soluition of' tinetur'e of' galls. Mois
tei the clotht previously, with a strong solo
tion of peat'l, or salt of' tar'tar, and( iron it
Bo-rs Is H Iousrs.- A cort'espottdent in the
Newv York Spirit of' the Titmes gives thte
fllowing recipe f'or' the cure of' bots and
holie int horses: Take from a pitt to a
jurt of' castor oil, mixing it in as much
ine table salt as it will take ; bleed the
Iorse in the ttouth, antd whent bleeding free
y, pour thte above downt, blood and all.
INK spots, on mahogany, may easily lie
emtoved b'y rubitg themt with wet blottitg
apier, antd after'wards rubbing the spot with
a dry) cloth.
B31.ck-LEo 1x CAtLvS.-At a recenit dis
:nssiont of' the subject, by~ a Farmner's Club
it Etngland, it appeared to lbe thte genteral
>piion thtat ha~y whtich w"as badly heated in
he itow or stack, retndered calves which
fed on it particularly liable to black-leg. it
was agreed thtat they should ttot be stunted
n their growth--should htave clean sweet
fodder (or grass) witht a little meal of some
intd of' graini, or oil-cake and potatoes, tur
ips or carr'ots.
Il.av'r DuRIN-Ten gallons of water,
1gallon of' molamsses, 1 (ft. of vintegar, atnd
I b. of gintger, wvell stirred togethter, ttakes
refreshitng dIritnk. Tlry it. Siriitual liqiuors,
re, as they ought to he, ahtnost etntirely
atishted f'romt the harvest field.
To KILL Lies ox CrrTLE.-A Corres
oidettt of the Mass. Plowman states that
he easiest mtodle of destroying lice Ott cat
le, is to card the cattle till thte card1 is filled
ith htair, tlten ptour spirits of terpenitinme on
hi card, atd card the cattle again-placing
he card first oni those places where the lice
re mtost numterous. He says by followinig
his course otnce in three or four (lays the
lice will disappear.
Coxx~ox WtirrEwAsI.-Slake one-half
eck of' lime wvith boilintg wvater; wheni
laked, reduce it to the consistency of' whvite
wash, by adding boilinig water: dissolve
alf an ounce of' ittdigo blue in htot water,
wdl~ stir that itt ; then add half a gallon of
hamber-Iey atnd stir the whole well, whten
the wash will be ready to piut on, anid will
prove to be a beautiful white color, atnd not
subject to peel off.
VALUAnLa Cocu REMEsD.-A friend
ives the following recipe for a very corn
ion complaintt in our imidst, wvhich lie and
nany others have tried and found a certain
cute for coughts: Take a handful of green
r thtree papers of dry htoarhtound, and steep
n a quart of' water, to a strong tea; re
ove the dregs ; boil dowvn a pit; the add
toasptoonful each of' brownt stugar attd lion.
ov, a tablespoonful eacht of lard and tat', and
oil the whole to a catndy. Dose-a small
tiece about thte size of a pea; to be taken
vheever disposed to cought.
Iloxsr BREAKFAST CAKES.-MaSh Ite
old hominy with a rolling pin anid add a
ittle flour and milk batter, so as to make
the whole thick entough to form in to little
akes intto thte hiatnd, or it may be put upon
the griddle with a spoon. Bake brown, eat
tt, anid dleclare you itever ate anything
better of batter cake kitnd.
H oxv Prursox.-Prepare as for batter
eakes. Add otte egg to each pint, somfe
hlole cinnamon, sugar to suit theo taste, anid
Rit anu ?jumwr.
JOHN RANDOLPH OUTDONE.
Of the many amusing anecdotes of this
eccentric man of Roanoke, we do not be
lieve the following was ever in print:
He was through a part of Virginia in
which he was unacquainted-during the
mean tine, he stopped during the night at
an inn near the forks of the road. The inn.
keeper was a fine old gentlemen, and no
doubt of the. first families of the Old Do
minion. Knowing who his distinguished
guest was, he endeavored during the even
ing to draw him into a conversation, but
failed in all his efforts. But in the morning
when Mr. Randolph was ready to start, he
called for his hill, which on being presented,
was paid. The landlord still anxious to
have some converration with him began as
"Which way are you travelling Mr; Ran
'- Sir !" said Mr. Randolph with a look of
"I asked," said the landlord, which way
are you travelling I"
Hare I paid you my bill I"
"Do I owe you any thing any more I"
Well I'm going just where I please
do rou understand?"
excited, and Mr. Randolph drove off. Bul
to the landlord's surprise in a few minutes
the servant returned to inquire for his mas.
ter, which of the forks of the road to take
Mr. Randolph not being out of hearing dis
tance, the landlord spoke to the top of hit
breath, " Mr. Randolph, you don't owe me
one cent, just take which road you please.'
It is said that the air turned blue, wit
the curses of Randolph.
Tup following is an amusing instance o1
the tenaeity with which the HighlarderE
hold to the honors and antiquity of theil
kindred. A dispute arose between Camp
hells and McLean upon the subject. Me
Lean would not alloiv that the Chaipbelh
had any right to rank with the McLeans ir
antiquity who, lie insisted were in existence
as a clan from the beginning of the world
Champbell had a little more biblical lor(
than his antagonist and asked him if th<
clan of McLean was before the flood.
"Flood! what flood (" said 1cLean.
The flood vou know that drowned all
the world but Noah and his family and hi.
flock," said Campbell.
"Pooh ! you and your floods!" said Mc.
Lean, " may clan was afore the flood."
" I have not read in my Ilible," said
Champbell, 'of the name McLean going into
' Noah's Ark !" retorted the other in con
tempt, 'who ever heard of a 1lcLean that
(lid not have a boat of his own ?"
Dn. TowNS:ND sayS that all that is re
quired to make a fortune is, to fear God and
patronize a newspaper. In other words, be
honest and have courage to advertise.
Wu Ns a lady is crossing a muddy street,
it is entirely out of order for a male hiped to
look at her. It is rude-nay it is impudent,
unless she is a Bloomer, or has uncommonly
pretty feet and nice clean stockings.
AN English writer says there is no policy
like politeness, it is the best thing in the
world, either~t get a good name or to sup.
ply the want of it.
MArM-" Why, my dhearest Albert, what
are you crying for ?-so good, too, as you
have been all day !"
SPoi.:n LITTLE~ Bor-" Boo-ho! I've
eaten so-inuch b-beet and t-turkey, that
I can't eat any p-p.pilum p-p-puddinag !"
A PRtINTERI out West, whose ofileE is half
a mile frorm any other building, and who
angs his sign on the limb of a tree, adver
tiser for an apprenitice. lHe says, " A boy
from Ite coun/ry would be pref'erred."
A HunonIors old gentleman, meeting once
with a young Calvinistic muinister, was in
Irmned that lhe conld never reach Heaven
unless he was born again!
"I have enperienced that change," added
the Calviniist, " and now I feel no anxiety.
"And so you been have born again U'
said his companion, musingly.
"Yes, I trust I liave."
" Well, said the gentlernan, eyeing him
rather attentively, " I don't think it would
urt you, young man, to be born once
COS-r 01F SQUEEzING A LAnY's HaND-A
man in Pittsburg has bieen fined one dollar
and sixty-t wo and a half cents for squteezitig
ayounig lady's hand. In this section, it
osts nothing. The girls like it.
JANNEY'S HO T EL,
COLUMmIA, s. C.
~R. JAN NNEY, in connection with Mr. W.
LII.ucus and D)r. TI. .J. GooowrN, having pur.
-hased that tine and comnodious, establishmnenit
eretofore known as the CONGAREE~ IOUSE,
t will hereafte-r be designated as ".Janney's
In ainnouncing this to the public, the Proprietors
eel that it is not necessary to present in detail the.
nenements- and advantages which this Hotel p're
etts. Its location, its coimmodioutsniess, and the
mprovenments contenmplated by the present nmana
es, will, they feel satistied, afird to the travelling
onnounity and others, a Hlotel in Columbia which
ill in every way rank among the best in the coun
ry. Every comnfort, convenience, and appendage,
o thme first class hotels in the United States, will be
found at .JANNEY'S HOTEL, andl no etibrt on
he part of the Proprietors will be wanting to rea
er it worthy of the capitatl of the State.
Mr. JAZNEv an d Mir. Il.i R R s. so well k nown by
he visitors at the American holtel, will always be
found at their posts, and if unremitting attention to
he duties they hav-e assumed, be any guarantee of
atisfaction, they have no hesitation in promising it
o their guests.
M~r. Iliteeek's splendid line of Omnibusses and
acks, having the name of thme Hotel painted on
hem, arc attaecd to Janney's Hotel, and will be
rompt and faithful in the conveyance of passen
es to and from the various depots.
Columnbiai, Jan 31 2m 3
N o t i ce,
TOHN My. WITT having purchased the
Fexclusaive interest of the MACHINE SIlOP
f Messrs. BUsnNEL, & Wrr, will keep constantly
n hand the following articles, in complete and ex
ellent order, and at the Augusta prices, viz:
Sash filled with Glass and Primed,
made of all sizes and according to order.
Panunel Doors, Windowv Blinds,
DOOR FRAMES AND WINDOW FRAMES,
Bed Steads, Tabiles, Wash Stands, Chairs, Reau
reaus, Writing Desks, Work Stands. Book
Cases and all other Cabinet arid
.Joiners Work, &c., &e.
epairing and Job Work of every kind appertaining
" the above articles, and Furniture of everg~des
eriptin, done prompltly and upon the most liberal
Edimel.eld C. no, De 1r lS2 f 46
J.1M. N E V
VIOLESALE & I
READY MADE CLOTHING, T]
UNDER THE U. S.]
J M. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving
ti. Ready Made Clothing ever oiliered in thu
improved styles of manufacturc.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS YOU!
JVr Country 'Merchants, and al personsv
and examine our Stock for themseves.
Augusta, Sept.. 23.
FALL AND WINTER
RICHARDSON & McDONNALI
are now receivin g a LAR1GE nnd WEL
SELECTED Stock of Fall and Winter
Of the LATEST STYLES-direct from Ne
York-together with a fine assortment or
Hosiery, Shirts, Collars, Cravats,
COTTON AND MERINO ENDEt-SillRT.
Silk and Linen H1andkeriefs,
Hats and Caps of all kinds,
HAND AND BUGGY UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS, VALISE
Carpet Bags, &c., &c.
All of which will ecmpare favorably with any to 1
found in other markets. An examination is solicitt
from their friends and custoier before purchasir
Irf Next door to G. Rubinson's Hardware Ster
Inmburg S. C.
Oct 20 3n 40
M A RR IA G E,
HAPPINESS AND COMPETENCE.
'WH! IS IT I
That we behold many females, scarce in the merilian of life
brioken in heith and s9'irits with a rnmplihatiinm of .liseases
and ailments. depriving them orthe pwer Cur the eni.ymnt
of life at an age when physical health, huyaney r 'luirgs.
nna h1appy serenit y of mind, arising fron a condition of heahh,
Mliay 0o the caues of hersufferings at first-perhaps yeirra
befre, perlhapasduringirthood. or the firnt years nimsarriage
%etc in their origin so light as tro pass unnoinced, and of course
neglected. IN AFTER YEARS,
When too lete to be benefited by nur kinwiedge, e look
back and mourn, and segret the 'full cnnsiequences of our
Wth it woalid we in niten -ive to poss. iii early lire. the
knMowledcge we mhtin in alier years ! And what days and
nights (of anguish we might snot have leen sired, if time
kuowsledge .as timely pIssessed. It is
MELANCHOLY AND STARTLING
Tn Schliid thme sickness amid susfferiugendumred by many a wire
for manmy years. frmom cans s simile anid controllable, easily
rei~mdiedl-mr betier still iot incurred, iferery
WVIFE AND MOTHER
rossesred the inmfmrtnain gontainied insa little vnsiume, (with
in the reach of alt) which woulsd spare to herself
YEARS OFd MISERY,
And to her husband time constant tmiii end anxiety of omid,
necasmarily dieroliig upion himt liaom ickmieps of mime wife..
wsuitout iringe hia im e oplerOtunity of acquiirimig ithat entO
pmetencee whmichm hi, exertions are emntmmed, mnmd the pionsesson.
o1 whmich would 1ecure the tbapptineassor hUamsefm wife, and
SECURE THE MEANS OF HAPPINESS
By hecoing is, lime poasesse'd of the knmoledge, the want
of which has caused the sickness anid piorerty of thouisads.
lIn rew of such consequences, no wife or smonmher is ecen
sale if she ne--lerr to avail herelf of mhat knowledge ins
reesmect to herself. whlich wonnil areimer much smuffermig, he
time meanis of happiiness amid tmererty tm hemr humsibamim, and
coufer upomi ner einmdren that blesimc ab;ove all tirice-hmeithyv
bmolies, with hmenimby nmindss. That kinisledge is contaimed in
is little work eiititmed
THE MARR)ED WOMAN'S
Private Medlicial Coiiipanilons
BY DR. A. M. MAURIICEAU,
FaRoessoR of DinKA r~s SF woMIVr.
Onre mlredth Edition. l~mn.. pp. ':150. Prier, S6 cts.
[oN FTNE ranPEt, ax'rAL D1NDtio, 31 hO.]
First tpublishmed ini 111, andm i t is nit
SURPRIZING OR WOND)ERFULs,
Considering that E VE R Y P E MIA L B,
WlhET HER MARISD OR NOT, cast hare
acquIre a fullt kanowiaedge o-[ the nsaturse,
character andr enumen of tier comupininta,
writha the various smptomst, tad that
HALF A MILL1ON COPIES
esmnal haie been sold
It in impracmticahle to convey fully she ,arinns smubjemts
treatedi oh. as sliey are nf a nsinrme stricmly intenidedI ii.r lie
married, sir those contempmltinmg nirriaiges, lint noi fenm.,Ie
desimous of ein.yingc iesithi. andi lnt be'amtv, eniseuentisupimn
health. wshich is so condueire to her inin hiimeas, amid that
rif her husbsland, but eithmer lha or is ill obtinm it. as ias sir s.,il
every hastbanid ishdn has the lose amid nlletionm oft his wife at
heart, or that of Isis own pecumiry imirmis ememnt.
UPWARDS OF ONE HUNDRED THOU
Hare been SENT BY MA IS iinm thme Imast fews tnmnihs.
ICEBase andI Slhauiefill Fraud !!
CAUTION TO BOOKSELLERS.
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etsesly time same
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amid " Dosto a" fomr "New t ork," amid time is mrds,
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In time Clerk's Otfice oif the District Ioests of time Southmere
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It can be knownm also from time miserabmle anmd iliegibsic wsmind
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if thmere are any in the trade solst so shmame amid common
hnmnesty atsto he willing iarties
IN DEFRAUDING THEIR CUSTOMERS,
No iass times time legmi owner of timhoperty in copyrighst,
te ywili he proecuted, anmd stepis wiltlb taken to exnse
thmem to mihehinbhei.
A enimy wilinhe sent to eachm bankseller sir firm. (writh time
rersn upion wh ich tey isill be furnished,) opon receipit ol
his or tiheir busimness card of address,
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
BE NVOT DEFRAUDEDt
Boy no book unless Dr. A. M. Mauaricean us Liberty at.,
N. Y.. is cn the title paer, and she entry inm t'lerk's Office 0mm
the hack of the title lmge enrrespnnmmds as htereini, andm lny nnly
of respectable and ihonormbte dealers, or seed by mail, ansd ad
dress to Dr. A. M.. IhMri:eau.
Fish title page. with contensts, together with a fewe pagee
treating of importanst subjiects to every married female. will
be remit, free of charge, so any nne enclosmc a letter stampt is
a preipaid letter, addressed as herein.
TT'Om receipt of Fifty Cents, mor One
Dollar for thne fine Edition extra blandintg,)
"THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE
MEDICALa COMPANION" is snt (neualed
free to any part of the Unsited States. All
lettera anuIst be post-pid. and adudreasedt to
DR. A. Il. MA URI 'EAU, Box 1224, New
York City. Puablishin~g Omce, No,.129 LIberty
)treet, New York.
gm'For sale in this place at thc Drug Store of 31
A. G4. TEAGUE. Price only Fifty Cenits.
July 21, 1852. Gm 27
B EFORE me by Levi McDaniel, residing four
teen miles West of Edgefield 0. H1., a D)AlF
BROWN MARE MULE, three year. old nex
Spring, and appraised at $60.
A. C. COFER, M. E. D.
Feb 19, 1853. iailmi 6
ALL, Persons indebted to the esltte of Tlenry F
Ft.}reeman, dee'd., will come forw tu d itnie.
diately anal make payment, andi thtose liziving se
mnswill reder thteni ini proiperly nitrtete.
Fl H ,i-3 IN SExor
BY & CO.,
N IWYSG r
ETAIL DEALER IN
1UNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c., &c
IOTEL AUGUSTA, GA.
the LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT of
i city. Their Stock cousists of the latesit and most
L S 0
['HS' AND CHILDRE N'S CLOTHING.
iiting our city, are respectfully solicited to cal
Ware-House and Commission
HAMBURG, S. C.
WALKER & CO.. b.-g leave to iniforn the
.s public genera!Iy, ilmt thiey continue the
Warehouse S Commission Business,
at the stani ocecupiedi by them f1r the two past
seasons, and previously by WAI.xIt4 & BRAli'on 0.
The W;ire- I fouse is in good order, nnd being lo
eated in the ighest part (of Town, is safe from hi.gh
water. The late frehet barely reaching the lower
floors-not the least dmlaing-e was done to Cotton.
A. WAJe.Knm will devote his persional attention,
exeisively to the buiness, and hopes from long ex
perivtet, andl at desire to please, that none will leave
the establishlment dlissatisfied.
'ltse who patronize our Ware-IHonse, will he
kept eonstantiy advised of the state of tihe produce
d aslh advances made on produce in store. when
0 desired. A. WA LKER,
D. L. ADAMS.
Oct 27 Gm _1
Pair I oe mn ade Piantation
II.ARNE-MS. SOL.E AN) 1PPER LEATIIER.
ROOTS07 AND &SMCE1s
OF All DMseitirT10NS.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Ol.
At the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
R. T. Nll.\lS.
July 1-1 tf 27
AT TIlIE OLD STAN I) OF S. & J. GILIsERT
OHARLESTON, S. C.
S & E. M. GILBERT continue the
. C.\ lIII M E B WSIN ESS ait thue abtove stand.
Nios 35 andl 40. W~entworthl Street. wvhere thiey will
be pletasedl to exhibit to their old friends and us
tomlers a veryv
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
comprisinig tho1se of their own maunutfactire togethect
vatriouts oilier styles usuailly fiiund in this miarket.
Theuir long niejunintatnce with this market as
Manuufacturers thmd Deailers will e~nable them to
offer great inducements to purchasers both in styk
Ang25 tf 32
ANOTHTER SCIENTIFIC WONDER
Great Cure for Dyspepsia!
IDR HOUGHTON'S . Ti.'E F.LIl. or
--- i - . Gastric Jni c e.
Sprepared fron I:Lient.
or thme fourth Stnmeh cl
~B N of the. Ox after dir.e
~~ ~tions' oif hiAnio'J Livn,
the greait Phiuologmin
1. Che miis t, by d. .
Tisa trulv WeNtFt. '.1:EMEtDtY for Tntigestion.
Iy pli.Tin. .innie I). hiler 'lplainPt.Cnsiao.ad
Diity. ('tin ig :idhr NAT't:E' OWN NtE'Tti it. biy
if Ii'El'i N. jitsed ini water. wit! digest iir diisiotre. Flve
PFI 'tN ii 'htcief eeiumnl. ..r Grenitti DIGETtNG
Purifying. l'reriniigii and tmnI'Jing Iet an f the1C tuc
:1T~ll'*TE tir ii.
('nl on tie .\tgenii. andl get a D).erptive C'irni:ir. grts
givinit alarge ntrniiint of S' t'tl T 1i! EV IitENCE'I. fruii
I ieig'sei iiA nia tmiistrv; I r. C. iiit's Phtysiolo'gy or tDige.
tin: lI)r. t'rieirn iii ri .! :::ii Dii, Dr. .tidin W. ADrlir.
fNiew York t'iiversiuy: Profr. llnnglinn's Physiotiogy:.,.
tigietiier ith rreorts oi cuires tin alt parts iif tie 'iiited
NO ALCOHOL, BITTERS OR ACIDs !
Tiemne'mber this: Dr. It~ormrrsO'st P'EPSI4N is a great
N:iiiuraul iiiiedv. friee fromii AiLCtilOtL. tiT'Ttl:S. ActID."
:mdi N.\USEt'M t. ti II'Gs. t I is e'xirineiiy agreeablie to
(;UU:ES IN JtEi~lY Tui1WtN!
Dr. Itoiaghtoii's Pu:i'-is h:ts now a bieen te-ted. for upwards
of tw.o viers, in eviery t:irge toiwn in tie 'niteid Siates. niitd
iihe .\tai'i isenn re'-r tly.p.'pties to- inniy reiniarkabl'e I nie
in e.-rv T'own i! Nintrious mliiaiis ofi enirer, tcertitte 'if
i'hiycici'n :nt t nients, are given in thme Circularis. fuirinished
Pepsin in Wluid and Powder.
D)r. 11.chi ni's ~i PEPSiN is pirepIaretd ini Piiwder tand in
eitn'. 'T't:ie l'wder wit! tie ci'it tby .iil. f'reei of Postage, tor
one Jotlir. sent tic tDr. iiangtiini. Phtitadint.i:
t'rivaite ('ire'iiars fir tPhyiinniis iinny tic obitatied iif D~r.
1['n:ion eor tda .\tgeis, desc~riingith hl'eii procs's of lire-.
pat:ion~ii. andt eie'in the amiutirities uipion wich tie e'iinins
cof this~ new remiiedv :ire taed'. As it is NOT A1 SECltIC'T
1;'.\ t IC I , no. biii t 'etlioni enn hi' raised nigninist its uise by3 t'hiy
cci. icin'sper tile standintg uiid reguilar piractice. Prnie'
i)NE D.OLL.Al per bo.Ute.
Ever' lBottle of GENCI1NE PEIN bears the written
igainii're of' .1. S. IIoiugttni. M. D).. stiti proptriltor, PhIiladel
thiu. Pu. Cpty-righit and TIradte Stark secured.
ia"r-5old by altl )rnggisti anit Deni'ri in .\eiin. A
LAW & LYOi N. Ahii'lle C.1II.: P'T~.T'&.tA31ES, New
berry, amd A. J. c1:E1llT'!ON, tamubiirg, S. C.
.Iuly 2S ly 28
D R. D E NN IS'S
Janndice, Sick Head-ache, Di:=ines. Loss oJ
Appetite, Constipation of the Bowels, Piles,
caused by Co.stireness, Pain in the Bowels, or
Rhenuatism, caused by the ue of Mercury,
Syphuilis. Scr'oful/a. Boils, lcers, afc.
r1pIllS PR EPA RAT ION is made as pure as possi
..ble. Its bitter taste, and beneficial effec~ts it
diseases of the I.ive'r, and disenses arising froman im
pure state 0of tihe Bood, prove it to be tile
PliREST AND MIOST USEFUL
preparation of Sarsaparilla that is made.
Those who have used tthe v'ariou~s preparations of
Sarsaparilla will find, by die taste and eflieet, that
there is more Sarsapaerilla in one bonttle of Dr. Des
Nrs' preparation, than in half a dozen bottles as it is
Its alterative and mildly purgative efTeets upon the
-bowels, make it ill oniv a goid substitinte fir Mecr
eury, buit itseftul ini removing all disteases arising front
the imiprudenit use of 31eretury.
(?? Prepared only by J. DENNIS, 31. D., Augus.
Soldi by A. G. Tse.uE and G. L. Pass, Edgefield
.C. H.; P. M. CoIN and C'AR.Y & CouTunisa,
.Chiarleston; lloaeTwntan~T & M~oT anid F. CUaRIS,
'Columbia;: A. J. Cnu:rtmoN, Ha'mbutrg; War. F.
'TorT-. D). 11. Pr.0311n, llAvul.AsN & ItIStsY, WV. F.
& J. Tearls, WV. K. KI-rIen.s 11.anIslTTi & C.an
'TRR. Augiist:L, Geo.. anid by Drtuugists generally.
Price'--S per boutle ; G bottle fomr $5.
EW" Reumemuber to ask for DENNIS' GEORGIA
SA ItSA PA IR IL A.
June 26,i 1851 tf 23
OraNsges and Lennons,
TEST received and fitr sale by
No) 1 F. M. NICHOLAS.
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSA, CllRONIC OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM
A Disordered Lirer or Stomach, such as Con.
stipation, Inirard Files, Fullness or Blood to
the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea
Jlrart-bu n, Disgust for Food, Fullnesr or
Wright in the Stomiark. Sour Eructtions
Sinkintg or Fl utering at the pit of She Stomach
Smimming at the 1Head. Hurried and Difient
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart. Choking e
Suffocating sensations ichen in a lying peatire
Dimness of Vision. Dots or Webs before Mh
Sight, Ferrr and dill pain in the IHead, Def
ciency of Perspiration. Yclaornes of the Ski,
and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest
Lin.bg, <m.c.. Burning in the Flesh. Suddem
F1rus/inca of Heat, Countant fmagimingfe of En
and Great Depression of Spirits, can be eflcet.
uially curced hv
CELEBRATED GERNAN BITTERE
DR. C. M. JACKSON,
AT TIlE GERMDAN 31-DICINE STORE,
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
TIHEIt power over tle n -lmmi e -4' 1s 01 not e'lcl-i
equalled-bov tiny mtlwer pripration in, im'e unill'm !lstatesii. i
thil- eures :li.,t, in tunny esei s after skillful hiy.irina im
These- Bitters are wnrthly lime ntieninn of invnlillA. ]'o.
qewm-ing great virtme in lte rumill:ititon of ctises f.r tih
Liver uinel lesseer glinnil. exerc'i-.ing tihe mreit um'srciing p-umA
er in weamnmls imd alamelimmns 4 tie ligeslive Urgnu, tihe:
are willial. mntte. cetrtnin unii piensant.
Read and be Convinced!
Timhe eilito-r of the ' 1:STIN i:r,"ni.i ii iis paper pef thi
2:1-n10 o.t .Tunem :ist:
1Ji:. lort..sNI' Cri.!tri rorrnA RTmime Per tho
e'mr.. of 1.iv-r 1'111m lit. .lat: Imi'. Ie. l.sein. Cirnmie o
Nervous4 Debsility.* it, ties-rvesi'y pone 4fithe nitunei e>i::i:
men mm fo ),l ilt. file%'.. 'r' i 'y w i.'. min v et tim ime l I .:iit
m'indimm' int o 11he iny. T'Imese Ilier. hm~mve' t.eem n u.4. le;
th natio. n amm n friei nt e-nr e-liw . 11i' hm n. hinieiel re'
e'iveil :em m''ertual m.iii permmnmiintit eureo i i.iier 'omiplain
trinmn tihe' uist. et ald.h remnely. We ar,- e.mincel lmt, Ii tih
n.e #t imws. iitter. te. ' pi atien t emn stwily r.i isimim trenmgim :Oen
vigr-:L C'il. worthy for tr.,nt e'.mmablerni.n. 'Tlicy nre talerm
anm inl :mmmt.' l J-11;ne11. :1i1. 1 e l t - 0-1ei I1 y pm rent i.'!llih
tinms ih-lie'te mm'iminneh wit ,;:& ity. munmler simmy cirennlusinee
We' are spem:kintg frot r.perit e', and to lime i:111i1tel w
advise their lie.
-S*'oons Wr.ms.v,"one o time besit Literary mpprm pul
lr.. 1imor.AND's :.1m.N rmmri:s. r.mnmfniurirel bm PI
.imekomm. re imw reuiim.et by inmei' tr tilw. it lirtnil
nent nim'mnhe'r. mf it. fatnmity a nm artme fin fillmency il
eeOmf finnitle weaknmme'.sm. .9 %nch im the' c'e.we wI li. d
vise all motlier., mm mbt:i ii .itile. emihtm \:it e hm-inslve
imiim1'lm 0(c'iim ' ii m 114 l i 1:14a (1-1 thh m mm mmmil imti v l fl
much~~~~~~~~~~~ stkesIf-sn t ee1iiarle~siuioins Will 111n1
them Wliters wmmlvnilitgemins itm ilimvir I.ilti. tm we knnw froir
experience the salitary e'ler't lile hat e timinm week s'tenmm
Time lion. C. 1). IltsIusr, Mayor of the City or camdie
N. J.. says:
"linort.AsN's Grintax- Pe:rr,.-We linve i-ien inn
Aintitering ltim'e o mis tueliviie. id t wne :r fr.iin u Whi
ti'ev ma'nte inlnetd' is t inkme ininiry rm inm its, terit,
Frmi inqirywe weire lwr-mmim.'I to mm-e it. Ui.1 iminnst am
we fmmioii it mpreille in it. nie'on mjtpn mliimmmmem of tile. lim
numl <llgesive orgins, anii lilt loo.m-ri ini-i.net- it exerl
uponm tmrvolus pmrrim raiiimn i.% reailly siurpriring. i ealins il
!rengliens tilw- n.'rves. bringimg lien into m m-ate of remmm
mntinug sim-s re'rlA mine.
" If th.i iinelicine wI inre gmnerally UNeAl. Ie Are Pietistle,
liwem w il ie lem.m sick m. ;is l'' w, iron .the tn:l l I. lir er. s
nerviis ystiein tle- grieat nujirit. (f real ist iiimgitmnr. mli
enses einii'w- . Hlave1 1 t1en il m heailtm. 'mimliuinuim mI.
enn biil ilt-flune I@ ti pim.'te- ten' r:illy. Thip, exirnorliteur
mediicin't we wmimi nlvisi nmir t'rim-nd lish ire- nit all inmlit
Imise. iem give a Iri:m-it Will reenmninim'l itself. It !miimlmt. I
(tet. he iii every fanily. No I-tli r tnelicinei cnn pirmle
steli evilencem tiw iiiirii."
Ivimtnce usinn evislence lots been received (likes tie forem
guing) fromm nli me'iin,o i it. Uniitmn. thet- ismm three ienr
:id thei trnige'.- te.tininy im ii tsivrr. is. iti tlerre is inner
sef* it use' in th le pretlIC.. o fihe reglir l'hyfti'i in t f l'ih
tellplit. timn all othier mmmsris enns inei.:ms l mimi es
Iv mhe slablihed. snml fully proving iat n feietmtimli preyirm
tion will meet with eil ir quiet approii v el li'enrebmntell eve;
ii ihis hrm.
Tht this memiiino will enmre Liver Complaint andm Disper
sin. i.lmi m'emn dohlit Olter uig it isi lirected. it left plt
cifleally ipen the siammh pnl livn-r: it is prfe'ralble tip enile
nel i' A..L BlliL'S IlSSE S-in. effi-et is inin
nIe. They enm be niolmlser'i 14o ti minis or infaunis %yt
s:mfely ami reli:ale o'mitesit at any time.
Look well to the marks of the Genuine.
They I nve t written signaumre of '. 'I. .l.wKsi
poth it' r:mipper. rmmief his asimne loiwnm Intie bttle. wilemt
whicimtly tri spi riounifs.
M1"For mile Wholeale mil Temaul il aW the CE1MA'
Mf EIlim'iN- NT 'I(lt'. Nim. tin A'mreht sirm'et. muln' mtmnor hemlm"
Sixth, l'hmii:mmletlhin; numml tiy rm'spmectablme eiers gemnermali
thrmugh lime enumnitmry.
Tmo ennbmle ali e'lns'ges mif m iiiti to emmjmy lthe nel'atages 1
their grest remtormmlive'm pomwerl'. intIN mioT~ mTms, 7",i ('r.
g~f" Also, for ainiie, in thmim Tilmin. by~
tI. L.. I'ENN, Ana'r.
D R. R OGE R s
LIVERWORT AND. TAR !
A SAFE andi cer'itin enre for Cionghts, Cuml
L.Crmmup, .\stinm, C.onsution mlil of them mLtng
Spiting omf limood, Urnchim'mtis, lloompinmg Cough, an~
all Puhutlonnrym Myl'ceition.
A Lovely Young Lady Cured of
Tnsr fiIinwinr i,' fromm thme pen of W. . .rm'm
so~x, J69.. lthe dismtingished'm m'ditoir ofi lime I. S. .iili
tarv anid Naval A rm'us, undeimr damte min Newm York
.annmary i.~Im 1851. Whmial enn~ld bent mmore c'onclum'ivme
"It Im is Ichmmm wei permit onrmmeve im reucpy m
space inl themse. comlummnsm to speak im pramime min any sir
them. life of a fem.llmmw1 m'reatulre sav.m ed yime us'e of anmi
medliine1 whmatev'er. wye c'onsidem.r it as onr righmt,i
nimiotir duty, tmo give a simpile slttememmt of fac'ts
that thers mmnnyi, inm like omammner, 'mh belhnefite. Thn
ase' wichd hmas indnimemed us to pen~n imis article was thma
of a y nn Irmoly mifi "mmr anequiaintanlmce, wh byi Ifregneni.'
expommsre 1o 11h' night air. commnmraemed a Cmldl w' iii
settled oni time Lmtngmi Jmmfmre itsm ramvagm.s coumld hbm
stavmem. (Tis reenmrred t wo ven'mrs ngmis nmI inmter.
or benef'it.-Theim 'omngh grewl l nirtme. nith co mmpiont
epmrtoramti'mn. unmd t he .sunkesmn ey~e. andi pam i', hlmmiims
cheemmk. Immld plinmly mimat puhlmntnary ieaserm. was5 dlim;l
Its wours.t mon hemr deli~ienmte irammme. Th'ie fummvlyiphymmi
emai was conmsmlt'd.nnd althoumghz lie womnhmi tnt admim
tom lime y'oumng ladyi that site really had mime ('imnsump
mti.n yet hem. wonhil give no encoumraigmemn as tom a enmrme
At this crisis her nmmthemr was permmundedl tom mask
mse ofi a bottlm oft Dr. lloge' C'ampoulnd Syrup n
Livrwort simd 'Tar. amnd we are hapmpy to stale she,
was perfectiy einredlm inmless thman thmree nmmnthst by tii
mm.dicine mtlone, afte.r even1 hmoe wast destroyed. It is
usem.essm tin commenmt min sneih a ennt nis this. faor lime
simle rtrum ni ill reainch whemre pmmlished'm liction mneve1
can.tl Itflim a mnoct thnem then'mt icity' ofi thmis sttemlet
letm them caiii aI tii Ollice.-U'. S. ilitary arid Na
TESTIM~ONY OF THE PRESS.
F'rmm the N. Y. (tomurier, Antg 13.
Dn. Ror.ns Symn'r or T.tvuwoni' AsN T.mtm.
Wme ha've heardi ofl smevermml imporltnt enmres recentmoi
e'ietedi byi mbis e'xceile.nt meduicinal preparmtio.nami
inm monm. inslance' tht ca1me' tundem.r nur mmbsraition. wme
'n speak emmnf'idently. Onem' ii ottnr e.Imlyees. .wlhr
harstmfIeredh se.verely frem ai lung .stumnd ing mmmid, mdt
ruing time past weermk'nmmentcedl the~ uet mit ihis mmedi.
eite, anid his Cold hins entirely disapm.eared.
From lime N. Y. Miirror, Sept. 2.
Tm.lt~wony Asp TAa.-Oi'Ilhe inmes ofn Dr. Rne
es' Conetlgh 3Iediinem.s pmreparedm from thme tabmve arti,
ees. it is ncedlm.ss nelw tn speak : its eflicam'y in spmeedi.
y emning C'onuhmis. Cemids amnd e niher iung enmmplaiis
wiichm11 tofreegn'jtently, if negiectedi, restult itm (on,
sumpion, ii too well emilablimihed im puiblic conidm.ncm
to ieed eulogy now.
From ithe N. Y. Despatchl, Anmg 25.
Wr. hav'e hleretofotre taken occasion to give ommr tea
imonmi in favor of time enrative properties of Dr
Roger'si' Coimpoundi Svrmmp met J.iver-vort atmd 'Tar, anm
wohil imere repeat thle amvilce alrmeamdy given, thir al
persons wh'io are fflim'tedi with ('onsummplion, or nn
of time premonitory symptoms, to make a trial of Dr
7 Tme Genummme is signedl A nsintw R ommtus, o1
ime steel plate engraved werapper around each bottle
and is sold wholesale and retail by
'tOVIL & MEAD
113 (lhartresi street. New Oreanus.
Sole General A gents for thes Southierni States, to wh'ent
all orders musmt be addresed.
gg Sol, also by G. L. PENN, Edlgefieldl C. HI
WA RDLAW & DENDY, Abbevilie C. H.; PRAT'l
& JAMES, Newberry, A. J. CREIGIITON, 11am
burg. So. Ca.
April 1 tf 11
Hamburg & Edgefield Plank R'd
rj aillS RO.\D) is now opetn for trnav'ei trom 11am
.burg to thme OLD WE LLS, mon the. inem. hlemusm
Rimatd, atnd by thme aliartin Town Branuch froml iam
burg to) neat' time new Bridge over Stevents Creek.
Persomns trmavm.'ling or setndinmg their Wagnms a:
Veh'lileIms to Hatumnburg bmy the Mmartinm Town Rondhi
cant avail imlthmelvest of thec Brancht Pitank Road tm
Hmurg. by tumrtning to the ieft, hlmf a nmile abov<
l imary's Chtmrch, by w~hicht thmey will avoid ali thte
hiiis andm t'mand ons the Slartin Town Road.
The Road will be eompleted from Hamburg it
the P'ine House about the 1st of November.
-Rates of Toll.
Four, five and six horse Watgons, 5 eta per mile
Three " m" 4 " "i "
Two " "( 0 " i " "
Two "t Carriages 3 ""
One " " 2 "i " "
lorseibnek travelm.rm, "~ 1 " "
Wiles'Ii nn inmtng, snre eachltentitledi to hmalf th<
PL ANK TR A CK, nnd tlbe Drivers are required tC
ttr to the "i IG HT !"
H1. A. KENRTCK, President.
u...bt..., c...t S iir 34
MALE ACADEMY BE-OPENED I
An Excellent Teacher Engaged !
A BEAUTIF1J. EDIFICE SOONTO BE COMPLUE
' HE TRUSTEES of the Male Academy at this
r plae take gr-nt pleasure in anouneing to the
public that this lstitution will he opened ngain ar
the 2ND MONDe v a JaAtv szx-r, under the niost
The Teneher thev have employeg id Mr. J. G.
LarrAXa of FairtielA, a GRAJUATE OF TIHE
SOUTi CAROLINA COLLEGE.
This gentleman entels our comnaunity with tio
most ample reconmendations frota the Faeulty un
tier whom lie lis finihed his studies. or his ability
to prepre young Ine. fomr suessful application to
the highest Seninnrice of our country, there in nt
a dobt. It nny he added iiat his strictly moti
elisiracter iss iot less ertainly establiiaed than the
accuray of his Scholart-hip.
The Trnsters, in patting forth this notice, only
desire with few words to rosare thioe, who may
patronise the Instituit:n unAer their charge, that, i
is their evterminatii a. to de all they can towards en
forcing regn!ar diseipline and keeping up a Iroper
degree of pride and eniwlation among the pupils.
The new 11uilding now in progrss wilt be onr
lof the m11418t comminoditios as well as "ne or the mios
ornate edifices of the kind in the State.
Excellent boarding can be obtained in psivas
families lit $8 to :7. 111 per mouth.
I The Terims wilI be determin-d upon after a cow
sultatioln Will tie Principal. Tley will not exceed
those of other sittilar Aeaindeii..
R1. T. MIN IS,
Dee 1 tf 4
I HAVE this day asociatel Mr. TIIO1MAS E.
i I IlTT'r in business with me, which will in future'
lie tranaeted under the firmi of L:owr.ns & 11rr-.
S. E. BOWERS.
Iamburg, Nov 5, 1832.
ALL persons indebted to S. E. BowzRS, will
.lease tall and pay their notes and aceounts,
as I an desirous of clus:ng ny old business inme
diatelv. S. E. BOWERS.
lla'mburg, Nov 5, 182.
WVIOLESALE AND RETAIL
i ' TE KEEP constantly on hand a large ana
T vwell assorted Stock of GROCRIES, viz:
Bacont, Lard, Sugar, Coffee,
Molasses, Syrup, Mackerel,
Whole, ]]alf and Quarter Barrels, and Faimily Mes
MickerM in Kits,
SPERM 4- ADAMA.NTINE CANDLES, LAMP
AND LINSEED OIL, RAISINS. AL
.3ION)S. NK!TS OF ALL, KINDS,
Fresh Lobsters, Salmon and Sardines,
C A ND 1 E S,
SPICES ALL KINDS, EXCEED IEEF & TONGUES,
FIN E OL1) lN1)ANllEs, WIN ES,
Nectar, Eagle amid Rye Wlaiskey,
A Well selected Stock of CROCKERY and
GLANSWA RE. BOW ERS & Ilii'.
Ilaiburg, Nov 5, 1852. tf 43
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
rAKIK ES this method of retning his tlasnks to
.i.hisernietds ad patrons. fror the patronage lie
has received in the rnie of D.rugs, Medicines. &c.
lie is now receiving an addition to his already
extensive Stocek oif
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Stuff's, Paints, Oils, Window G;lass, Putty
Physician's Shop Z'urniture, &c.
TIIE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposesu,
Fume Cigars amid Tobacco,
Pntint, Unir, lHat, Shioe and Tmnaers~ Brushes
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds,
mad'e under lab. owvn supervision itt strict
aeordar ce with the UT. S. Disp'ry.
Time aot Reputable 1Noatruassa,
All of which lie will sell at pricsthat will compnre
faivoribly with any Southern market. Those wish
ing to purchase nc rticles in hisa lir~e will do well to
call anl exaiimtne hia Stock and prices.
Edlgefiel C. 11.. Jatn 22 tf I
WARDLAW & WALKER,
FACTORS AM) CO.l1311-SION
Norths AInasutic Warf, Chareston.
Co~ust ~ONS FORl SF.LItNG CoTTrON,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
r1p1l lI bsrie havting. fuorn.eel a Co-Partnership
.L. with Mir. W'. A. W AhIRL.\ W, of' Charimle'totn,
formio rly ofi Ahbheville. S. C., fr the purpoic oif do
inc IC FN ER AL FA CT l A~ G anid C051l1lS
SiNh L'SI N ESS, avails himtselr of the pt eet
the services of thte nlew concern of W ABRDLA W
& W ALK ER, Chiarlestoni. where lie hieples matay,
if not all hiis old patrons will find it to their interest
to ship their produce.
The' recent arratngetnents of t1te South Carolina
Rail Riand Company will enaable thecm soont to liave
a lepot ni the city of Angnsta, thereby save thte
expenise of Toll, and v'ery' greatly fnecilitate the for
wariing of prodnee of any kind. Sir. J1ons C.
Rt.:ss, Agenit of W. & W.. inm Augtusta, will attend
tii the foirwarding oif all produce that their friends
myfeldisposed to send thenm, free ofecharge,
A usuista, July 19, 18S52. t f 29
Livery and Sale Stables,
FORME RLY JOHN C. O'H ANLON'S.
TH E Subscriber lasa the pleasuro
-...to informa lils friends and the public,
that. hauving purchased thte Spleidid
___ STLXCK or FINTURES of those
well-knownt andl piptular STA IBLES, formerly
owned by O'lI.NLON, and late ly by WV. E. AR
CIIER, lie is now preparced to furntish all who may
favor hinm with their patronage, writha excellent.Saddle
liOlSFS, and haitdsomne and comfortable CAR
RIAGES anad BUG;GIFS, oif the latest styles,
with teams to match, and drivers, in whose so
briety and exeineeveryconfidenceccanbe plneed,
have been amade to the Stables ad Lonts. and Dro
vers will lind every aeconmmodation they cnn desire.
Carriages andl Omnilbuses front this Stable will
rutn fronm Il-atwright & dJaney's universally favo
rite " A merican Ilotel,"' and also from the long-es
tablishe'd iad well-known Coltumbia Ilotel, by Mr.
ID. Caildawell. to the various Railroad Depots, or any
lIT Orders left at the Anmerienn Hotel, with Mr,
W. D. llirris, or the Proprietor, at the Columabia
hotel, will be promptly attended to ; and the sub
scriber is confidenut that all who employ bairn wuh be
plasied with his prices and his teams.
Columbia. Sept 22 6m n
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PLE AS.
SiarLemha, Decl. in Attachment.
T['IE Plaitntifi' in the above case having this day
.filed his Declaration in my Office, and the De
fedant having neithaer Wife nor Attorney known
to reside wvithin the limits of this State on wvhom a
copy of said Declaration with a rule to pknid can
he served, On motiona of Mr. Mono~sa, Attorney
for Pinintifi': Ordered thast said Decfeundant appear
and plead to said Deelarsations within a year and a
day frm the date hereof, or judgmnent wili be
awarded against him by defutult.
TIIOS. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, June 1, 1859. ly 20
Potatoes, OniOns, &c.
JCONSTANT supply of Potatoes, Onions,
Oranges, Lemons, Coconuts. &c., -may be
fund ait E. HODGES, Aoss-r
v. Non tf 4tf