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0T As pretty a little thing as we ever saw is the
ibllowing which we find in one of our eachanges:
A.bee, while ]ay sleep:ng young Dolly,
Mistook her red lip for the rose ;
There honey to seek 'twere not folly
No flower so sweet ever grows.
It tickled and waked her, when, clapping,
Her hand on the impudent bee,
It stung her, and Dolly, caught napping,
Came pouting and crying to me.
Sail she, " Take the sting out I pray you!"
What way I was puzzled to try,
And a trifl.ng wager I'll lay you,
You'd have been as much puzzled as I.
I'd heard about sucking out poison
A sting is a poisonous dart
So I kissed her : the act was no wise one,
The sting found its way to my heart I
ABOUT LONG COTTON.
We learn that the past season has been
one of unexampled prosperity to the plan
ters of our State. The great staple of East
Florida is Sea Island, or Long Staple Cotton.
The producing region of this species of
Cotton is confined to Sea Islands, along the
coast of Carolina, Georgia, and the Penin
sula of Florida.
The Islands on the coast produce the finest
description of cotton known, and this cotton
the present season has brought .as high as
eighty cents per pound; the land producing
these fine cottons has been in cultivation
over one hundred years, and its fertility is
now maintained by the free application of
marsh mud, and marsh grass, taken from the
tide water 'creeks, and the application of
about twelve bushels of salt to the acre, put
ting about one quart of sAt to the task row;
the finest cottons are principally used in
France to mix with silk fabrics.
The next quality of lorg Staple is the
totton raised in the Peninsula of< Fiorida;
known in the ;narket as Florida Cottonm.
The who'le Peninsula. of Florida prodnces
this cotton, which has. sold iN the market
the present' season at fiqm, 39 to. 48 cents
per pound, according to quality. The pine
lands improved by cowpening make fine
crops, but the best description of soil is con
sidered the grey hammock, which has rather
a sandy appearance.
The product per acre on pine lands is
from 500 to 1000 pounds seed cotton to the
aere, and the hammocks from 1000 to 2000
pounds per acre; this cotton will make
about 2.50 pounds of clean cotton to the
'1000 lbs of seed cotton, uihich at 40 cents
perpo5nd would 'nake the pine lands yield
fifty to one hundred dollars per acre. and
hammock from one to two hundred d illars
4 per acre. The crop of the present sVastni
Id fully sustain this statement, as the
plaint has been universally made that
li more cotton had been planted than
y could possibly pick out.
These fine cottons were formerly ginned
out by a hand gin, in order to avoid injury
to tho-staple, which would be destroyed by
the use of the saw gin used in preparing the
short staple cotton ; subsequently roller gins
wvere employed, wvorked by horse power, re
cently the McCarthy gin is preferred to all
others as best, preserving the length of the
staple and giviing the cotton a smooth carded
The disadvantages of raising long cotton
are its lesser product, its requiring peculiar
soil, its g.eater difficulty is gathering, and
its more excessive ginning-St. Augustine
INQUIRY ABOUT THE SHANGHAIS.
A Mohamwk farmer writes to an agriceullu
ral editor that the "lhen fever" rages some
up that way, and inquires:
" Nowv what do you think of the variety
called Shank-highs, whose name don't helie
them? I tell my wife they have no body at
411, and that when the head is cut off' the
legs ome right apart! Am I right ?
Neighbor Buckingham's wife says they're
the heatenest thins -to lay on airth, and that
they sit and lay both onst. I don't believe
it-it's cointrary to nater. I think they only
recline a little, as it wvere, and-Jerusalem !
how can thim things seti my jack-nife can
set as well as they can.
"1 tell you, Mr. Editor, they put things
out of joint too, dreadfully. When Buck
ingham's wife got her Shankhighs home the
other day old Kink happened to hear the
rooster crow the first time, and not knowin'g
anything about the matter, summoned half'
the hands on the place to come and help get
the old blink-eyed mule out of the cirib. Old
Kink says, " day don't sit on de roost snme
as odder chicken nohow, but dey sits strad
dle of de stick, cause wvhy, when dey 'tempts
to sit same as common chicken do head aint
heahby 'nuff for do legs, and dey falls off
backwards." Correct philosophy that.
T1hey sit when they eat, I know, for I've
seen 'em do it ; and I've see'n 'em try to eat
stauding. hut'was no go, for wihen they peck
at a grain of corn on the ground, they doii't
mnor'n half reach it, but thehead. bobs right
between their legs, making thenm turn a coin.
pleto somerset. May be they're like swinged
cats, weorse than they look, and that's bad
enoughqanyhow. i'd ats soon see a pair of
tongs or compasses walking about the yard
r~s tbese Shankhighs. And I had like to
have fo~got to tell you, that Pete says they
areo big liars, 'cause dey crows long time
'fore dlay in the mornin' when 'taint day;
.but Kink says Pete dlon't 'fleet dat deir' legs
is so lung, dey see dajlight long time 'fore
THE UsE OF FnuI.-Something like
clear superstition exists, even in our boast.
ed light-abounding day, concerning the use
of fruit. TIhis, of course, has no better
groundf for beleif than other mere fancies
and whiins. Fruit growvs for people to eat
-in its natural state. A medical iviiter of
sense and note, has the following excellent
" Instead of standing in any fear of a
general consumption of' ripe fruits, we re
gard them positively conducive to health.
'The very maladies commonly assumed to
have their origin in a. free use of apples,
cherries, meloiis and wild. berries, have been
quiite as prevalent, if not equally destructive
in the seasons of scarcity. There ate so
many erroneous notions entertained of the
bad effect of fruit, that it is quite time that
a counteracting impression should be pro
niulgated, having its foundation in conmmo
sense, and based upon the common observa
tion 3of the intelligent. We have no patience
in reading rules to be observed in ihis par
ticular department of physical comfort. No
one, we imagine, ever lived longer, or freer
from the paroxysms of disease, biy discar
ding the delicious fruits of the l.ind in which
he finds a home. On the contrary, they
are necessary to the preservation of health,
and are, therefore, caused to make their ap
pearance at the very time wvhen the condi
tion of the body operated upon biy deteriora
ting causes not always understood, requires
their grateful- renovating il1duences."
BEAR AND FoBEARt.-" Bear and for.
bear" should be the motto with which every
young couple start in life. Each have their
failings, their wants and trials. Upon nei
ther should the whole burden rest; as they
" twain are made one flesh," so let them
together he the Atlas to bear the house.
hold on their ghoulders. Let the wife re
member, when the husband enters the house
with, 'that troubled look, that gloomy eye,
that rigid lip, that thoughtful brow"-that
quiet, unobtrusive sympathy, that deep, gen
tIe and dev5rd love, it is her duty, and
should he her pleasure, to offer him. But,
on the other hand, let him not repel her at
tentions: let him not give a harsh retort to
a loving word of hers-wrung, though it
may be, from the very agony of his soul
she cannot know of all the agony-she only
reels that her heart is crushed. And hus
bands, do not complain if sometimes the
brow of your wife is shaded by care-if
sharp, quick words issue from the lips, which
we admit should never utter aught but gen.
tIe ones. If we were " perfect, even as our
Father in Heaven is perfect," remember she
has her trials, too, and this must be her
A CuoICE OF EvaLs.-Two young offi
cers were travelling in the far West, when
they stopped to take supper at a small road
side tavern, kept by a very rough Yankee
woman. The landlady, in a calico sun
honnet, and bare feet stood at the head of
the table to pour out. She inquired of 'ner
guests "if they choose long sweetefiing,.or
short sweetening in their coffee," The first
officer, supposing that "long sweetening"
meant a large portion of that article, chose
it accordingly. What was his dismay when
he sawv their hostess dig here finger deep
down itto at% earthern. jar of honey that
stood ne,-,r her, and.then-stir it (the finger)
ro',,d in the coff'ie; His coimpanion seeing
this, preferred "short sweetening." Upon
which the -woman pitd1ked up a large lump of
maple sugar that lay in a brown paper on
the floor beside her, and biting off a piece,
put it into his cup. Both the gentlemen dis
pensed wiih eollee that evening.
LONG S'rEET.-It is stated in a Philadel
phia newspaper, that Second street, in that
city, is five miles long in a straight line from
north to south. It is occupied with retail
shops and stores almost exclusively, and is
the longest street so tenanted and used to
be found in the new or old world.
A RAw one from the land of study habits
recently married a woman in Alabama:,
and in a few months afterwards was required
to father and support a child of rather doubt
ful color. He immediately called on one of
thtlegal fraternity, and stated his case, and
was told by a gentleman of the green bag,
that there could he no difficulty in e(fecting
a divorce. Our verdant one reple'd'very in
digna tly -" divorce h-li. I want to know
if the nigger aint minc."
PURE WATER.-Prof. Silliman says:
If you wish for a clear mind, strong mios.
cles, and quiet nerves, and long life and
power prolonged into old age, permit me to
say, although I am not giving a temperance
lecture, avoid aill drinks hut water andI mild
infusions of that fluid ; siun tobacco and
opium. and every thing else that disturbs
the system; rely upon ntitritions food-and
mi'd 'dillnent drinks, of which wvater is the
hasis, and youR will need noihing beyond
these things except rest, and dne morail reg
ulation of all your powers, to give you long.
happy an' useful Jives, and a serene even-~
ing at a close."
LE-r. great actions enenurage greater,
and let honor be your merit, not your de
-D ry G o od s!
SITUYIIIE R S8U PP L ES5 i!
S NOW DEN B& SE A R, A UGUsTA, CA.,
have received fromi N. York; a large supply of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
suitable for the Summer season,-amng which nre
A full supply of Plain and Printed Hareges, Tis
sues, Grenadines, Lawns, and French Muslins, in
a great variety of styles..
Rich Frenech Embroideries, comprising Ladies'
Chimizettes, Collars, U~nderskeeves, and Embroider
ed Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, of very beautiful
Superior French and English Prints, ana Fancy
A large supply of Merimack and Cochieco Prints,
Iof new and beautiful sty les, warranted fast colors.
A large supply of very low priced Prints and
Ginghams, for Servant.
Ladies' Parasols and Umbrellas, of the best style.
A very large supply of Ladies', Nisses', Chmil
drens', Youths', and Gentlemens' Hosiery,, of the
elastic and best make, (particular attention is given
to this article.)
12-4 Cotton and Linen Shectings, of the best
'7-4 and 4-4 Bleached and Brown Shirtings of
the most approved styles.
8-4 and 10-4 D~amask Diapers, a large supply.
Superior Dam~ask Table Cloths and Napkins.
Extra liuckabacks and Scotch Diapers, for Tow
A large supply of Furniture Dimities, and Cot
Musquito- Nettings, and Pavillion Bobinets, of
Superior White Plaid and Striped Mtuslins, of
beautiful styles for Ladies' Summer D~resses ;
Plain Cambries, Jueonets, Nansook and Mdull
Muslins,cof the best styles.
-Plain Tarlaton,- and Plaini and Figured Swiss
Corded Cambries, and Cambric Dimitics, of su
Swiss and .Jaconet Muslin Edgings and Insertings
Ladies' Mantillas. of new and beautful styles.
Lace and Muslin Curtains, a large supp'ly.
Fancy Lace, for Curtains, by the yard at low
A large supply of Window Shades, and Oil
Cords and Tassels, for Curtains and Curtain Bands
a full supply.
Cornices, for Windows, of new and beautiful pat
With a great variety of other articles, suitable for
Family and Plantation use, and to all of wh.lich they
respectfully invite the attention of the public.
Special and prompt attention is given to ordcra
from the country.
May 25 - tf p 19
Hamburg & Edgefield Plank R'd
r 311 ROA D is now' oipen fo~r travel from Ham
.burg to the OLD W E LLS, o'n the Pine llouse
Road, and by the Martin Town Brnch from'n 1lam
burg to near the new Bridge over Stevens Creek.
Persons travelling or sending their Wagons or
Vehicles to l lamburg by the Martini Town Road,
can avail themselves of the Branch Plank Roadl to
Hamburg, by turning to the left, half a mile above
lardy's Church, by which they will avoid all the
hills and sand on the Martin To'wn Road.
/The Road wilt be completed from Ilamburg to
the Pine House about the 1st of Novenmbtr.
Rates of Toll.
Four, five and six horse Wagons, 5 ets per mile
Three " " 4 " " "
Two' 1" 3 " "t "
Two " Carriages 3"""
One " " 2 "' " "
Ilorseback travellers, " I " ""
Vehieles on meeting, are eaeh .entitled to half the
PL ANK TR ACK, and the Drivers are required to
pao- the " RIGHT !"
3'1. A. KENRICK, President.
'avburg, Sept 8 tf 34
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
A CONSTXtNT supply of Potatoes, Onions
-.Oranges, Lemons, Coconuts, &c., may be
found at E. HODGES, Aosar
I o on tf 41
Maryland State Lotteries
FOR JULY 1853.
The Payment of all Prizes is guaranteed by. the
State of Maryland.
EMORY & 00,
IM PRATT STRT, BALTIMORE, MD.
The following Schemes for July will ie found
espeeally worth the attention of the public, and
orders are niost respeetfully sol:cited in them.
A NICE SMALL LOTTERY.
Patapsco, 192, for July 13th.
1 Prize or $8,000 is $8,000
4 " " 2,000 are 8,000
8 " - " 1,000 are 8,000
200 Prizes of $100, "0, &c. &c. &c.
Tickets $2 . Sh:res in proportion.
Packages of Wholes $35, Halves $17j Quar. $81.
CONSOLIDA TED 28, FOR JULY 15.
Prizes of $15,000, 4 Prizes of 2,500, 30 of 1,000,
528, 400, 300, 200, &c. &c.
Tickets $4. Shares in proportion.
Packagas of Whales $52, ll1e4ves $26, Qbam.$13.
Washington Co. 33, for July 18th.
$ 456,45 6.
Divided in.5.Capitals, each of $12,000.
Divided in 5 Capitals, each of $6,000.
15 Prizes of $1,000, 1,500, 250, &c. &c.
Tickets $8. Shares in proportion.
Packages of 26 Wholes 120, 1alves 60, Quar. 30.
Consolidated,. 29, for July 22.
1 Prize of $S18,00-3 is $18,000
3 " " 6,000 are 18,000
3 " 3,000 are 9,000
20 or 1,000, 500. 400, &e., &c.
T:ekets $5. Shares in proportion.
Packages of 26 Wholes 75, lialves 37j, Quar 118.
Susquehlanna, 35, for July 27..
Prizes $35,000, 17,500, 7.500, 3,678. 20 Prizes of
1,750, 400, 300, &c. &c.
Tickets $10. Shars in propnrtham,
Packages of Wholes, $131, Halves, $65, Quar $32j
A Beautiful Two Dollar Lottry!
Patapsco, 206, for July 29.
I Prize of $8,516 is $8,5i6
4 1,750 are 7,000
4 " " 50a re 2,000
100 Nice Pr'zes of. $200
Tickets $2. Shares ini proportion.
Certificates -f Pack;iges of 26 cist Winlas $30,
26 11alves $15, 26 Quarters $7, 26 Eighths S3.
M A M M 0 T i 80 H E ME.
GRAND '0NS0LLlATEDM, P, FOIL JULY 30,
Prize of $M.I00 1 Prize of $25,000
1 - 15,000 1 " " 15,000
i " 0,0j 1 " " 8,020
15 Capita's of $4,500 !
100 Paiz.-s ,f 2,501a!
1,000, 500, 2507, &C. &c. ke.
Certificate of Packagv cost 26 Wlhaoles ,S300, 26
11alves $150, 26 Quarters 75, -26 Eighaths Sib.
The Lotteries in Maryland are drawn under '
tho.ty oft the State by Sworn Commaissioaners el tu
edl by tha - ' pitp. Onre Packrage iranany of thre above
Ltteres ary d~raw~ thre 4 h:;:heast Prize~s.
Al; Liatteries are an~swered by r,.turn mail, and
thec Otlie ai Prinated iDrawinrgs wvith a written expla
natioan senrt immnediately tihe result is over.
Whlenl conrvenrient senrd a draft, ars nmost secure.
Fro.aa thet voe irmmnen-c naumaber oaf Prizes said by
us recentrly, we are fully justified itn saying, that ini
orer to, oatain a Good Prize?, it is oary nrecessary to
uddress a linec to
EMORY & CO.,
. 154 Pratt St., Baltimaore, bid.,
Junert 29 t f 25
aLOTEIM H~ MPORIUM~.
m:ufacurinrg and AT A LL Tti~u5 well sujpplied with
the newest styles of
Clothing of all descriptions,
COATS, PANTALOOLNS, VESTS, SHIRTS,
Unmdershuirts ased Drawers,
CRAVATS, SCARFS, GLOVES, BELTS AND BRACES,
HOSIERY OF ALL KINDS,
Trunks, Travelling Bags, ko,, &C,
TOILET FURN iSli G--Fancy Soaps, Ex
tracs, Citath anal lla'~r ]lru~shes, Caimbs, Roigers
Knives, Sharrs, Purses arnd Poirt iaiaonies, Canaes,
Umbrellas, llats, Caps, aind every article of Gen~
tlemens' dress rand persoi~nal fuirnituore.
'1TO TIl E TR ADE-We are well supplied with
CLOThIS, CASSIM IRES, VTESTINGS AND2
TRIMMlINGS. Cloths by the piece, prattern or
yard, whi~ch we will sell as low as carn be bought in
New York City.
WM. 0. PRICE,
W. T. INGR.~AMA5.
No. 258 Broad-street, Augusta Ga.
Miarch 30 tf 10
GEORGE& ROllINSON & .lI. B. JACIKSON
lavce sssociarted thenmselves together, for thae
trasatinrg of a
-General Hardware Business,
Under thec style of RoBNsson & -JACrrsON, liatnburg,
where we~ wall aiways keep ran extensive assortmaentl
of EVERY T1IllNG ina thaat linre, -togethaer withr
Saddles, Bridles, liarnuess, Leather, Trunks, Whips,
Haumburrg, A pril 27 tf 15
ROB IN SON & JTA CKESON,
J AMBURG S. C.
H AVE now on hawol a maost complete Stock
of Ulard ware, amaonagst whaich urany be
200 Ton Engls and Sweed Iron,
500 fRegs Kniils,
20,000 Lbs. Castings,
5150lDaz. Callins,' A xes,
75 " Brades' Pnatenat Uoes and others,
5 "~ Supaerioar Straw Cutters,
20 " Spades and Shovels,
10 " Rakes,
-Tilletsaan anad others make of Vices and Anvills,
Trace, H alter, Laog, Fifth aind other style of Chains,
A complete Stock of Pocket rand Table Cutleyry,
---ALL STYLES OF
Plains, Saws, Chisels, Serews,11inges,
Knobs, Bellows, Hitts, Gunas,
P.stolhs, Shot Baigs,
Powder Flursks, Cottoin aand Wool Cards,
Well Whee~ls, Kettles, Stew rans,
Fryinag Pans, G ridironrs, liamimers. I .atchrets,
Taks, Warer, and Wnaffle Iraons, Candle Stieks,
Steelyarda, Markin~g Guaes. Spirit Levee~,
Andi, ons, Shovnels and Tongs, Serew
-Plates, Comparsses, Thaum
Ulamburg, A pril 27 i 15
A LL throse inadebted to the estate of Willan
.t.Garrett, dee'dl.. are requested to make pay
ment forthwith, sand throse hravinrg demiands agarinst
said estate will renader them in properly attested
according to law.
CIIAR LES H AMbMOND, )
Wal. G. 11AbIMOND, a
Feb gtf . 3
A LL throse harving any denmands against tha
tE tato of Liark Swearringenr, dee'd.. are re
quested to hand thenm in properly aittestedl, rind al
hose indebted to saiid Estate are requested to mrak<
MO0SES SWEARINGEN, Ex'or.
JOHN BAUSKET T,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
OFFICE in the frame building adjoining and east
of the Court hlouse square.
April 13 Sme 13
-LL be found at all times in his Office, at
V Edgelleld Court House, near the PLANTER's
ie will attend promptly and strictly to business
in hi's profession.
Nov. 14 tf 51
ABNER PE RRIN,
A GENT for the Prosecution of Claims for Boun
ty Land. Revolutionary and other Pensions.
Office at Edgetield C. 11., S. C.
Feb23 tf 6
i. S. KEY,
FELIX E. BODIE,
For Tax Collector.
M. B. WHITTLE,
TiOMAS 1. REESE,
H. T. WRIGH'I
JOHN W. SINITH,
W. F. DURISOE,
PICKENS B. WEVER.
THOs. a. BACON.
R. B. HOUICNIGHT,
EDGEFIELD C. HI, S. C.
A THIS ESTABLIS1MEN T for
merly known as the "SrAxN Ilo
-rE.L" having been purchased and
opened in D)eceruber last by the Undersigned, he
would nmst respectrally soili t his friends and the
public gnenek ell, aihe feels con
fident th;4t i can do tj well for thei as could be
expected in a place like'This.
Ilis I louse is situated on Main Street, one block
South of the Public Square, and convenient tothose
travelling the Plank Road. Also. from Columbia,
A iken and G riliittevilI. His St-ibles are con veuient
to the'llouse and always well supplied.
The House is sufficiently retired from the busi
ness part of the Town 19 render it always quiet and
confortable, so that tzie wenry traveler may always
be sure of a good nights Pest.
F. 31. NICHOZAS.
May 11 . tf .
New Store and New Goods!
r lE Subscriber has just opened an ENTIRE
TNew Stock of Goods, at thu Old
Stand (the UricK S-riar) consisting of every va
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,
Shoes, Hats, &c.
Thankrul for past favors, he hopes by st'iet at
tention to busintess and a desire to please to share a
continuance of the same.
lis friends and the public are requested to call
and examine fur themselves.
07 A liberal diseount for Cash.
. C. BRYAN.
.Edgefield, March 16, if 9
'New Spring Goods,
rP 'lE Subscriher take~ this umethod of returning
I his grateful thankaei his piuneial customners
for tieir lung continuea.:patronalge, anid fee Is conli
dent from bine years experience in the Alere.mitile
busmn that he can offer inducements to his custo
mers th'ut must secure a continuanee of their l-ast
lie is now receiving and offering one of the
Nost Desirable Stocks of Dry Goods
Fir the Sumtmer Trade, that he has eve yet offered
to the publ~e. AlIso oil hand, a tine Stock of
Cutlery, Bard anad Crockery Ware,
And a large and eXe( Ilent var'ety of
HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES1
Of his own manufacture. asi well as a good supply
of Yankee work. A Good Stoikkjof Groceries,
SUGAR, COFFEE, alOTa CSES, SALT,
Bacon and rKd,.
Which he will sell'low for Calh. Aliso, a suply o
Drugs and itedicinles,
Sueh as Sweet, Castur, Train nnd -Linseed Oil,
White Lead, Window Glass and Putty, &e., &e.
M. W. CLARY.
May18S 5z IS
MIL LE R & W ARRE N,
F'ancy and Staple Dry Goods,
Corner opposite the Mansion House,
HJ AVE received the largest Stoek of Spring
and Summer Dry Goods, which
they have ever of'ered, embracing every variety and
Style of Dress Goods.
Ladies' While and Binekl Lace Mantillas,
luck and ed Sile51antillas,
RichV-tick I". .'. ' 3
Evening Dresses, Lace Curtaiins,
Damask Tamble Cloths, Richiardson's Linas,
12-4 Linien Shiriinge,
Pillow Case Litnens and Towcllings,
Fancy Plaid Linens, Tweeds and Caihmeretts for
[Boys wear, E
Planters heavy Linen. Cottonadles, Fancy Linen
Drills, Ulack French Cassimiers und V'eatings for
We have also a fine lot of Osnaburga and Str'pes,
Marlboro and English Plaids for Servants wear, all
of which we will sell eep.
gg We respectfully solicit orders from our
friendes at a distance, and will warraut every article
A ugusta, Mar 30 Sni 10
AT THE OLD-STAND) OF S. & ,J. GILBERT
* CHARLESTON, s. C.
S & E. lM. GILIIERcT continue the
. CA RLRIAGE BUSINESS at the above stand,
Nos 35 and .40, Wentworth Street, whl-re ilzey will
be pleased to exhibit to their old fricnbs antd us
tomuers a very
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
comprising those of their owni manufaeture togethet
various other styles usually' found itn this market.
Their long sequaintanice with tis market as
Manufacturers and Dlealers will cenable them to
oll'er great inducements to purchasers both in style
Aug 25 - -tf 32
Pair Homne nade Plantation
IIARNESS, SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER.
0P ALL D~sCRIP1~roNs.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil,
A t the Shoe Store, nex.t door to Sullivan & flrother.
July 21 tf '27
Boot and' Shoe Manuflactory.
'1511E Subscriber having renewed and increased
facilities in his. businiess, takes this nmethiod of
informinig his kind patroens, that he still remtainus at
the samne place where lie was last year, and con
tinues to make Fine Drers Double Solk- and Pu-up
IIOOTS, of the finest and best Materials, and geod
I have now on hiand a beautiful variety of Boots
andi Shloes of my own Manufacture, which, for ene
month, I will sell at Low Praica FOR CASII.
* * WM. McEVOY.
Jan 12 5 2
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
r AKES this method of returning his thanks to
his fricnids and patrons, f;'r the patronage he
Iis received in the sale of Drugs, Medicines, &C.
Ile is now receiving an addition to his already
!xtensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Stuirs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop Wurniture, &c.
THE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
Fine Cigars amnd Tobacco,
df his owIymd. 1%rthern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, Hair, Hlat, Shoe pnd Tanners Brushes
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds,
made under his own supervision in strict
accordar ce with the U. S. Disp'ry.
The anost Reputable Nostrutms,
All 6f which he will sell at prices that will compart
lvorably- with any Southern market. Those wish
ing to purchase articles in his lire will do well to
:ail and examine his Secli and prices.
Edgefield C. IT.. Jan 22 tf I
N o t i ce,
JOIIN 111. WITT Iraing purchnsed the
exclusive interest of the IIACHINE SIOP
of Clessrs. BesUHNEL. & W r-r, wi:l keep constantly
rn hand the toiowing articles, in complete and ex
Dellent order, and at the Augusta prices, viz:
Sash filled with Glass and Primed,
made of all sies and according to order.
Pannel Doors, Window Blinds,
000RFRAMES AND WIN1DOW FRAMES,
ed Steads, Tables, Wash Stands, Chairs, Beau
reaus, Writing Desks, Work Stands, Book
Cases and all other Cabinet and
Joiners Work, &c., &c.
Repairing and Job Work of every kind appertaining
to the above articles, and Furniture (if every "el
,ription, done promptly and upon the most liberal
Edaefield C. IT.. Dc 1. 1852. tf 46
WARDLAW & WALKER,
FACTORS AND CO31MISSION
Vorth Atlantic Wharf, Charlesten.
CoMIatlsSloNs FOIL SELLING Co'r'rer9,
Fifty Cents per Bale,
T IIE Subscriber having frn-ed a Co-Partnership
with 1)r. V. A. WA R DLA W, of Charleston,
rrmerly of Abbeville. S. C.. for the purpose of do
in a GENERAL FACTORAGE and COMaIS
BION BUSINESS, avails himself of the piesent
pportunity. of returning his sincere thanks to his
nunruous friends for the liberal pattionage bestoweei
for a number (if years past,--and in tioving, tenders
lhe services of the new concern of W ARDLAW
& WA LIH.R. Charleston, where he hopes niany,
if not all his old patrons will find. it to their interest
to s-hip their produce.
The recent. arrangements of the South Carolina
Rail Rload Company will .enable thei soon to have
a Depot n the city of Augusta; thereby save the
expense of Tull, and very greatly facilitate the for
aitiling of produce of any kind. hMr. John C.
RFEEs, Agent of W. &I W., in Atigusta, will attend
to the forwarding of all produce that their friends
may feel disposed to send them, free of charge,
save drayage. G. WALKER.
Aug'usta, July 19, 1852. tf 29
HERE IS YOUR REMEDY!
A moat miraculous cure of Bad Leg., after 413
ErrA cv of a letter frm Mr. WiL.tuin GAtenmy, of 70, &t
Mary's Street, W eyimouth, dated May 15th, 1851.
To Paorssoni lloLil.owAv,
Sin: A tthec age of 1S my wire (who Is now 61) cauight a
a violent cold, whieh seotted in hertlegs, and ever since that
time thry have beven naore oir less sore, and greatly infinmed.
Her ngonies were disinreting, and for monthis together she
was deprival entirety of lest and sleep. Every remedy that
medienl men tuttiseud wais tried, but without effeet: iher health
sutered severely, nnd the si:ate of her legs was terrible I
had often rend ynur advertisemnents, nnd advised hier to try
'ur Pills and ()rinent ; uni, as a last rasure, after every
other remedy ladt pruveid useless, she enenled to do so.
She comminenced six weeks ago, ind strange to relate, is now
in gd heatlh. 1ler legs are painless, withonut seam or scar,
anu her sleep ssiimdi ail unituehed. Could you have wIt.
nessedl the.suifferintgs of my wife durtig the inst.13 years. and
contrast them wvith, her present enjoymient of health, ynu
wold indleed feet delighted in having been the means of so
greatly allevatling the suffering or a fitllow-creature.
iSigned) WILLIAM GALPIJN. -
A ersoa 70 years of age cured of a bad leg,ofJ
thirl y ye'ars' standing.
Corv of a letter from Mr. Wii.rruAM ABn,, builder of Gas
Ovens, or lInshactific, near liuddersftetd, dated 3May 1, 18511.
To auorEsson luLot.'w1',
Sin: I stiered fcr a period of thirty years from a bad leg,
the result of t wo or three necidents at Guns Works, accompa'
nad biyscirlintic symptoms. Iliad recourse to a variety oh
indtical advice, wvihouit iderivingr any benefit, and was even
told that the leg must he amputaied, yet in oppositIon to that
opinion. your P'ills anid tintment have cliceted a cnmplete
cure in so short a time that fe~w who had not witnessed It would
credit the fneL. (SIgned) WM. ADBS.
The truth of this statement can be verified by Mr. W. P.
England, ChemIst, 13.\Market Street, Hludderslleld.
A Dreadful Bad Breast cured in one moanth.
Extract or a letter from Mr. FnEDEzaicg TeNEBz, of Pen
shiurst Kent, dated December 13th, 1850.
To PaoFnssont lloL.IowAYv,
SiR: My wire hniel suffered front Dad Dreast for more than
six month's, nail diurngthe whole period had the best medi.
cal attendlane, hut all to no use. Ilaving before healed an
wful wound in my own leg by your unrivalled nmedic'ne, I
etelrmined nginin to use your Pills andl tintment. -and there
fore gave tiem trial in tier ease, and rorttunnte it was I did so,
ror :i less thtan a nionth a perfet eture was elrected, and the
bienell that variious other branches of nmy family hiave derived
fVon their use I, really astontshinig. I now sirongty recoin
mentt them to alt my friends.
(Signed) FRIEDERIICK TUR.NER.
[F/" The Pills shoulid hie used conjolotly with the Oint
ment In most of thle fulliowing cases.
mad Legs. hail tirensla. Durns, BunIons, Bile of Mnsehte
toes anid Sand Flies, Coco-huy. Chi-o-font, ChilblaIns.
Chppedt hands. Corns, (saft) Caneers, Contracted and Stilt
Joints, Eiep'iantiais, Fisitls, Gout. Glandular Swellings,
Ltumbiago. I'.s, Ieumitism, Seatis, Sore Nipples.. Sore
Throts. Skitn 1)seages, Scurvy, Sore lteads, Tumours, Ulcers,
Sold at the establishment of Professor IHOLLA WAY, 224
Str~mni. inear Temiple lRar, London)nand by all respectable
Druggists anid Dealers in Medicies thuringhntut the British
Emire. and of those of the UnIted Stales, in Pots at 3ieta.,
S cents, and $1.50) cents cench,. Whtolesate by the principal
Drug Itouses In the UnIon, end by Messrs. A. B. & D.
SANDS. New York. and P. M. COIIEN, Chsarleston.
For sale In Edlgefld by G. L. PENN, AoFNT.
There Is a ciinsiiderabte savIng by taking the larger slzes.
N. B.-Direction for the guIdance of patieuts it every dis
order inre atfixed to each P'o.
March Rt0 ly* 10
Essence of Jamaica Ginger.
T II ESSENCE is warranuted to possess, in a
concentrated form, all tha valuahle properties of
JA3A ICA GINGER. and will he founid. on trial, an
excelh-nut Famuily Medicine. It is partieularly recum
mended as a tonic, to persons recoveritig from fever or
other cdiseiaseii, a few drops imparting to the stomach
a glow andi vigor egnal to a wine-glassfnl of brandy
or oer stimulant, without anty of the debilitating
efects which are sure to follow the use of liqitor of
any kind ; andI it is thecrefosre especially serviceahle to
children and females. To the ageid it wuill prove a
great comfort ; to the dyspeptic, andl to those who are
preispsed to goint or rheumattic affections, it gives
gret relIef; and to the inebsrinte who wishes to re
lorm. hut whose stomnacht is constantly craving the
noxionts liquor. it is invaluable-giving tone to the
digestive organs. and strength to resist temptation;
anl is consequently a great agent in the cause of
Persons desirnng an tarlicle that enn he relied nipon,
prepred soleiy from pure JA MAICA GINGER, should
be particular to ask for " Brown's Essence of Jamai
ca fGinger," whiach is warranted to be what it is rep.
resent ' rpared only at FR ED'K BROWN'S
Drg andl emical Store, N. E. corner Chetnut and
Fifth Streets, Philadelphia.
Directinns accompany each bottle.
For sale in this Village by G. L. PENN, Agent.
Mlay 4 ly 16
AFIN E assortmenaton hatnd, just received and
Afor saile by M, . CA Y
June 8 tif . 21
For the rapid Cure of
COUGHS, COLDS, ROARSENESS,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
aA NY YEA RS of trial, instead of impairing the
.1. public confidence in this medicine, has won for
it an appreciation aid notriety by far exceeding the
most sanguine expectations of its friends. Nothing
but its intrinsic virtues and the unmistakeable bene
fit conferred on thousands of sufferers, could originate,
stbstantiate and maintain the reputation it enjoys.
While many inferior remedies thrpiat upon the com
minity, have failed and been discArded, this has
giained friends by every trial, conferred benefits on the
afflicted they can never forget, and pro4uced cures
too numerous and too remarkable to be fr gottent.
While is is a frand Ott th. pulilic to pretend that any
one medicine will infallibly eure-still there in abun
dant proof that the CHERRY. PECTORAL dyes no
only as a general thing, but -almost invariably cure
the maladies for whici it is employed. 49
As time makes these facts wider ani better knowfn,
this medicine has gratdually become the hest reriance
of the ufflicted, from the log-catlin of the American
Peasant, to the palaces of European Kings. Through
out this entire country, in eteTy State, city. and in
deed almost every hawnlet it contains, CHERRY
PECTORAL is known as the best remedy extant for
di'eases of the Throat and Lungs, and in many for
eign cotmtries it is comisng to be extensively used by
tleir most intelligent Physicians. In Great Britaiwr
France and Gerninny. where the medkal sefences
have reached their highest perfection,,CHERRY
PECTORAL is introduced, and in constant use in
the Armies. Hospitals, Alms Houses, Public Institu
tions, and in doiestic practice, as the surest remedy
their attending Pltysicians can employ for the more
dangerous affections of the linngs. Also in milder
cases, and for children it is safe, pleasant and efec
tnni to enre. In fact, some of the most flattering tes
imonials we receive have been from parents who have
found it efficacious in cases particularly incidental to
The CHERRY PECTORAL. i manufacttire d hy
a'jraictical Chemist, and every outince of it under his
own eye. A ith invariable accuracy and care. It is
sealed anti protected by law frim counterfei:s, conse
quently can be relied on as genuine. withoot adl
We have endeavored here to irnish the comnrnni
ty with a medicine of sneh intrisi superiority and
worth as shonld commend itelf to their confidence-a
remedy at once rafe, speedy and effectual, wich this
has by repeated a-nd countless trials proved itself to
lie and rttst by great eare in preparimg a with
chemical accuracy, of ur.fform strength to afford Phy
sicians a new agent on which they can rely for the
best restlts, and the afflicted with a remedy that will
do for them all thJ medicine can do.
Prepared and oild by JAMES C. AYER, Practi
cal and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Soltd in Edgefield by G. L. PENN, and: by Drug
gists and Deafers in Medicine everywhere.
At Wholesale by HIIAro, Rast>. & C., An
gusta. Ga., and Charlestos S. C.
April 27 3m 15
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSA, CHRONIC OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
TIlE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM
A Disordered Lirer or Stomach, such as Con
stipation, Intward Piles, Fullness or Blood to
the ]lead, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Hieart-but i, Disgust for Food, Fullness or
Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations,
Sinking or Flutteringat the pit of the Stomach,
Smimming at the Head, Hurried and Difficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the ileart, Choking or
Suffocating sensations wchen in a lying poet pr.e,
Dimness of Vision, Dots or~ Webs hejore the
Sight, Ferer and dull pain in the Head, Defi
ciency of Perspiration, Yelloweness of the Skin
and Eyes, Pain in the aicde. Back, Chest,
Limbs, rj-c., Burning in the Flesh, Sudden
Flushes of Hecat. Constant Imaginings of Evil
and Great Depression or Spirits, can be effect
ually cured by
CELEBRATED GERDIAN BITTERS
DR. C. MY. .JACRSON, .
AT TIIE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
T1IEIL power over the above diseases Is not exelled-I
equate-by any other preparation ini the United States, as
tthe cures attest, in many cases after skillful physIcians had
These BlItters are worthy the attention of invalhds. Pos
sessing greait virtues ln the ratitlcationi of diseains of the
Liver and lesser gtanids, exercising the most searehinig pow
er In weakness and nmfeetlions of the digestive organs, they
are withal, safe, certain and pleasant.
Read and be Convinced !
The edItor of the "Borron BEE,'esatd In his paper of thte
2lnd of June last:
Di. IHoor1.Axnna CELsnRAsTmn GERuMAN Drrrr.Rs for the
cure of Liver Comiplaint, .lanundice. Dyspnpsia, Chronic or
Nervous Debility, Is deservedty one of the most popular
medicines of the day. These B~tters have beeni used by
touandts. nd a friend at our elbow ays he lias himsself re
ceivedl an effectual and permanent cure of Liver Comaptaint
from tthe use ofl this remedy. We are convinced that, in the
s of these Bitters, the patient constatty gains strength and
vigor-a fact worthy of great conslderatio~n. They are pleas
nt In tanste ttnd smelt, and can be uied by persens with then
most delicate stomachs with safe-ty. untder any circumnstances.
We are speaking from experkence, and to the afllicted we
udvse their msc.
" ScooT's W EEEiv," one of the best Literary papers pal'
Da. Ioorr.Aitn's G5WNAa Blrrrrzs, manufnetured by Dr.
Jackson. are now recommended by some of the most promi
nent memhers of tihe faculty as an article of rnuch efficacy mn
ases of female weakness. A s such Is the case, we would ad
-ise all mothers to obtain a boule. and thus save thiewsetves
muchi sickness. Persons of debilitated constituttons will find
tmese Ititters advanutageous to their health, as we know ront
experience the salutary effect they have upon week systems.'
The Hon. C. D. IInrz.xE, Mayor of the City of Camden
N. J., says:
"'ltoorr.AyD's Gxvunw Irrrvxns.-We have seen many
lattering nottees or tti~s medicine, and the source from which
they came Induced us to make hiquiry respecting Its merits.
From inquiry we were persudedl to use -it, unit must say
we iound it speelnec In its actiont mpen-dseases ofthe ltver
and digestive organs, and thme jiwerful lituence it exert
upon nervouts preistration is realty surpristng. It calbns ad
stretgletis the tierves, britnging them Into a state of repose,
makimg steep refreshing.
" if th~s medictine was more generally used, we are satisfied
these wottid be less siekiness, as from thme stomach, liver, andi
nervous system the great majority of real and inmagitnary dis
eases emante. Ilave theta in a healthy condition, and you
can bidt idefaca to epidlemtcs generally. This extraordinsry
mediine we woutld advise our friends who are at alt indte
psed, to give a triat-it will recotmmend ttsetf. It should,- in
ict, be in every famity. Noether medicine can produce
sucn evidences of nierit."
Evidence aupon evidence has been received (like the fore
going~ from al sectimons of the UnIon, the last three years,
nn tiestronigest testimony In its favor, ta, that there is more
of it used Ina the pirnmettee of the regular P'hysiciinns of Phzln
deliha. than all other nostrums ciombined, a fact that can east
It be estamblishied, ail full provIng int a scientific prepara
ion will meet with thteli- quet approval whten presented even
in this form.
That this niedlcine wIll cutre Liver Complaint ad Dyspe'p
si, no otne catn dottbt after using It as directed. It seta spe
cfically ,upon the stomach and liver; it Is preferable to calo
mei In ALL BILIOUS DISEASES-the effect is ImmedI
ate. They cran be admintsteredt to females or lafants with
safety andreltablte benieft at any lIme.
~ook well to the marks of the Genuinhe.
They have the written signsatnre of tU. MI. JACKSON
upon the wrapper, and his uame biowa in the bottle, witihott
wl Fo ey e nesale and Retall at the GERMAN
MEDICINE STOR E, No. 120 Arch street, one door below
Sixth, Philadlephia; adid by respectable dealers generally
through time couniri.RCS ED E.
To enable all classes of invalids to emjoy the advantages of
their great restorative powers. fSsoat BomEx~, 75 Cxtnrs,
g~r Also, for sale, In this VillageG. ENAyrr
Sep11, 1852. ly ~3
R e mov al,
T E U~nderteigned respectfully informs his old
.customsers, friends and the publie generally that
le has removed to his BRICK STORE, on Centre
Street, between Messrs. Josunl SuLK.Y and GEaGEo
RotsuN, where he offers for sale a genteral assort
Mr. EL.:nU HoDGrs is my duly sutlsorised Agent
to sell Goods, asia the businmesas will be conducted
undr the style of E.L IODGES, Agent.
II. A. KENRICK.
Uamburg, Nov 29 tf 46.
- Blacksmith Shop !
r 11lE Subr-eriber having erected a
I new building in the re-nr of Messrt
.WuILs'aiu & Cis E and L1. Hit.L'.
Stores, is prepared tie dos all kindls of _
Horse-Shoeing and Plantation work wrill receive
prompt attenton. . S. F. G.OODE.
Jan tf -
aundice, Sick Head-ache, Dizziness. Loss of
Appetite, Constipation of the Bowels, Piles,
caused by Costiveness Pain in the Bejtee, or
Rheumatism, caused ly the use of Mercury,
Sy philis, Scrofula, Boils, Ulcers, *c.
'IIS PREPAR ATION is made as pure as poW.
ble. Its bitter taste, and beneficial effects in
liseases of the Liver, and discases arising froman in
)ure state ef the Blood, prove it to be the
PUREST AND MOST USEFUL
,repration of Sarsaparilla that is made.
Those who have used the various preparations of
Sarsaparilla will find, by the taste and effiect, that
here is more Sarraparilla in one bottle of Dr. Dzy
sis' preparation, than in half a dozen bottles as it is
Its alterative and mildly purgative effects upon the
bowels, make it not only a good substitute for Ma.
. ury, hut useful in removing all diseasesarising from
he imprudent use of Mercury.
g Prepared only by J. DENNIS, M. D., Augus
Sold b A. G. TEACUE and G. L. PENN, Edgefield
C.J.; . M.CoHEN and CARET &. COUTUnIER,
Charleston; BoaTWRaIoT & Mtov and F. CUaTiV,
Columbia; A. J. CarEnoN, Hamburg; Wt. F,
TUTT. D. B. PVran, HAVILAND & RISLE., W. F,
& J. TURPrN, W. K. KITCitEN, BaRETT & Cta.
TER, Augusta, Geo., and by Druggists generally.
Price-Si per bottle; 6 bettle for $5.
LT' Remember to ask for DENNIS' -GEORGIA
Jane 26 81tf 23
TQTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDE
Great Cure for Dyspepsia I
T HE TRUEDIG
DR HOUGHTON'S TIVE FLUID, o
IN prepared fromRe e,
or the fourth Stomach
of the Os, after direc
tions of BaaON LIEaIG
the great Physiologiela
h Chemist, by J. S.
IloUGHlToN, M. D., Philadelphia. Pa.
This Is a truly WONDERFUL REMEDY for Indigestion,
Dsppla. Jaundice. Liver Complaint. Constigation, and
Dety, Curing afer NATURE'S OWN METHOD. by
Natu own A ent, the Gastric Juce. Half a teaspoontl
of PEPSIN, infsed in water, will digest or dissolve, Five
Pounds of Roast Deer in about two hours, out of the stomach.
PEPSIN is the chief element, or Great DIGESTING
Principle of the Gastric Juice-the Solvent of the Fond, the
Purifying. Preserving and Stimulating Agent of the Stomaeh
and Intestines. It is extracted from the Digestive Stomaeh
of the Ox. thus forming a TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID.
precisely like tle natural Gastric Juice in Its Chemical w
ers, and furnishing a COMPLETE and PERFECT
STITUTE for It.
Scientific Evidence !
Call on the Agent, and get a Descriptive Circular. gratIs,
ving a large amount of SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE, from
Liebi's Animal Chmistry; Dr. Combe's Physiolngy or Diges
don: Dr. Pereira on Food and Diet: Dr. John W. Draper,
f New Tork University: Prof. Danglimnn Physioleg A
together with reports of cures from all parts of the United
NO ALCOHOL, BITTERS OR ACIDS I
Remember this: Dr. Iloeaimas PEPSIN Is a grMa
Natural Remedv, fhe from ALCOHOL. BITTERS, ACIDS
and NAUSEOUS DRUGS. It s extremely agreeable t
the taste, and may be taken by the most feeble patients who
cannot eat a water cracker without acute distress. Beware
of drugged imitations. Pensin Is not a drug.
CURES IN EVERY TOWNI%
Dr. Uoughton's Parsem has now been tested, for upwards
of two years. in every large town In the United States, and
the Agents can refer Dyspept!es-to many remarkable Cures
in every Tows! Numerous details of cores, certificates of
Physicians and Patients, are given in the Circulan ftralshed
by Ageq gratis.
'epsin in Vinid and Powder.
Dr. Houghton's PEPSIN itprepared In Powder and In
Fild Fonrm-and in Prescription vials for the use of Physi
elans. The Powder will be sent b' Mail. free of Poetage, for
one Dollar. sent to Dr. Houghton, hiladelphla.
Private Circulars for PhIcians may he obtained or Dr.
Houghton or his Agents, desribing the whole process of pre
paration, and giving the atithorities upon which the claIms
of this new remedy are based. As it is NOT A SECRE'
REMEDY. m objection can be raised aga'st Its use by Phy
sicans In respectable standing and regular practice. Price
ONE DOLT-AR per bottle.
'Every Bottle of GENUINE PEPSIN bears the written
signature of J. S. Houghton. M. 1)..sole proprietor, PFslsdel
ia. Pa, . Copy-right and Trade Mark secured.
JW'Sold by all Druggists ad Dealers in Medicines.
iWESold, also by G. L PENN, Edgedeld C. 14 WARD
LAW & LYON, Abbeville C. IL PMAT'&'JAMES, New
beJry, and A. J. CREIGHfTON, Hfamburg, S. C.
July 28 Ty -926.
JEW DAVID's HEBREW PLABTER;
TJHE GREAT REMEDY 'for Rhematism, Gon,
IPain in the Side, Hip, Batck, Litmbs antd Joina.,
Scroua, King's Evil, White Swelling, HardTamors,
Stiff Joints and all fixed pains whatever.
Where tis Plaster is applied,
Pain cannmot exist.
It has been beneficial In cases of weaknss,. suela us Palm
and Weakness in the Stomachr. Weak Limbs, Lameness, Af
fection of the Lungs In their primary stages. It destroys In
iamation by perspiration.
The foliowing commendation Is krom an Ageat, residing at
Tasmrrox, Gibson Co., Tens., Nov.?7, 52.
Mzsens. Scovnr. & Mr.so,
Gentiemen: The Ihebrew Plaster Is becoming popular 1w
this section. There is a iady In this county whto says she
would not be withotut this Plaster for fire hundred dollars a
year. She was affilcted for some time with an enlargemient
of the spleen, which gave her a great deal of pain. The
swelling and pain had extended up nearly to the arm-plt,
and ocasionailly ahe could scarcely breathe. She was con
fined for a considerable tIme, during which she was attended
by some of our best physicians, but they gave her no relief.
She procured a box of thn liebrew Plaster, and It relieved
her alnost immediately, and now she keeps a supply of it om
hand consiantly. These facts you are at liberty to use ae
you think proper-they are substantially true.
Respectfully, yours, &c. JESSE J. WELLS.
Of Counterfelts and base Imitations. Dealers and purcha
sers generally arie cautioned against buying of any but our
regolar agents t otherwise they will be imposed upon with a
worthless artIcle, as many base counterfeits of this Plaster are
The gnine is soid only by us. and our advertised Agents
throughout the South. No Pediar Is aliowed to aell It. In
fture the genuine will have the signature of E. TAYLOR,
on the new steeI-ptate engraved label on te top of each box;
to counterfeit which withb prosecute a OrLery. D
11l Chartres street, New Orleas
Sole General Agents for the Southern blates, to whom all
orders stnd applications for agencies must be addressed.
" There is no other Worm Medicine
-SO says a Physician, In speaking of the CELEIRATED
VEMIFUGE of Dr. M'L..z. The Ibtiowing is an extract
from his certificate: F-~o oer n. e 8 S1
Mrssas. KIDn & Co.
Gntlentn-l htave been usIng your Dr M'Lane Worm
Specifie In my practice. and have f.undtto other worm medi
cne asgood. I bare been buying it from the Druggists in
Rochester and Lognnsprt by the dnzen. As it is 15 miles to
Logansport and 12 to Rohester. I would like to hare it from
you direct. Respeethly, yoursT. TMN
If your chIldren are troubled with worms, go at once and
get some of that incomparable Vermlbge which is to be had
at G. L. PEYN'S.
The Great Restorative.
FEER AND AGUE CURED BhY DR.WLANE'S LIVER
Ma. JoxArnar IlovenAw, of West Union, Park Conty,
Iinois, writes tot the proprietors that he had suffered gely
from a sever,. dund printracted attack of Fever ad A gue. and
was completely restoted to health, hthe use of the Liver
Pills alone. These Plus unquestionayposs great tonlo
properties, and can betaken wit h de~ed ad vantage for'
many diseases requiring inrigorating remedies; but the'
Liver Pills stand pree-minent as a means of restoring a dia,.
oganized Liver to healthy action; hence the great celebrity
tyhare attained. The numerous forinndable diseases
ariing from a diseased Liver, which so long baffled theekil-.
of the moat emident physicians in the United States, are sow
rendered easyof cure, thanks to the study and pecmeverance
of the distingniisheid phya'cian whose same this gratmedi
ine bears-a name which wDi descend to psetyas one
deserving of gratitude. This invaluable mei sn hould
always be kepi withinreach: and oa the appeaance of the
earlest symtptoms of diseased Liver, It can besafely and use
e above vaiuable Medicines are fbr sale in this place on
ageny, by G. L PENN; WARDLAW & DENDY, Abbe
ylle C. 11; A. J. CREIGHTON, Hamburg, and by e
Agent in every Tows in the South.
April13 6m 11 _
Beach Island Land for Bales
T H E Subacriber oft'ers ntt private sale FIVE
H UNDRED) ACRES of Beach Ibland Swamp
Lad, lying onl the River, and adjoiining lands of
Samuel Clairk and James T. Gardner, and rented
the present year by .James T. Gardner.
A bout 4001 acres of the above Tract are cleared
and well improved. The balance in Cypress and
other swamp timber.
Termsa made easy to a good purcharer. A pply.
Silertnn, S. C.. May 4 ~ tf 16
Dutch Bolting Cloths.
.,, NOWDEN & SHIEAR, Augusta, Georgia,
have received from New York a full supply of'
BOLTING CLOTHS, Nos. 0. 1,2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
8, 9 ond1 10, wai-ranted to be of the best quality,
and t.. which they they respectfully invite the atten
tios ..f the publio. 1
A LL those indebted to the Estate of W- V.
.1Walling. de'1., are requested to settle as
soon as possible, and those having claims will reatder
them is immediatelf, properly attested.
CHIARLE3 h AMMOND, Ex'or.
Joan L9 tf O