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A BEIER EOME
I sigh for a better home,
Than this poor world can give,
Where troubles never come,
Where sorrow cannot live;
Here grief, and toil, and pain,
And wild, distracting care,
And many an earthly bane,
Mixed with our comforts are.
o for a resting plaee
Of tranquil, calm repose,
.F'ar from this dizzy maze,
This weary world of woes-;
To search from pole to pole,
And rest you cannot find
Rest for the weary soul,
The troubled, burdened mind.
I shall not always stay
On this cold, dreary shore ;
The hope of a better day
Bd& me sigh and grieve no more.
It bids me patiently endure
The ills of this short life,
And, then I shall a rest secure
From its turmoil and strife.
It points me to a land,
Where all are pure and blest
Where the wicked eannot stand,
And the weary are at rest;.
No tears are there, or sighs
'Tis the spirit's blest abode,
A mansion in the skies,.
The paradise of God.
I CA' XAr UP Y MIND, 1Ara R
I can't make up my mind, Mamma,
In such unseemly haste,
Nor pick from all my dying swains
A husband to my taste.
There's gay Sir Charles, a charming man,.
Most atrable and kind,
Who loves me most devoutly-but
I can't make up my mind.
And next, there's frank Sir Harry West,
. So fond, so true, so clever,
Who, though I scoli him all the day,
Adores me more than ever.
There's Roger Snipe, the pink of beaux,
Or else your daughter's blind,
And yet when Snipe grows serious, I
Can't make up my mind.
There's lawyer Keen and Poet Good,
Exemplers of their sort,
Still, still, I can't make up my mind
There's no accounting'for't.
" Yes, yes, there is," stern Truth replied,
" Your vanity imparts .
That false delights iii flattering tongues,
Which forfeits loving hearts."
On purpose to make up her mind,
So long this virgin tarried,
Her lovers, loathe to hang themselves,
Sought other maids-and married!
And though mhmma is growing old,
Her daughter looks much older,
E'er since her coquetry and pride
In the old Maid's Corps enroll'd her.
NOT so Sr~ow.-TIhere is a progresice
chap, around Philadelphia, who lives by his
wits, and from their quality, we guess he
wvon't starve soon. On a rainy day, he goes
boldly into a bar-room, or- harber's shop,
and Eeizing upon, the first umbrella bandy,
he very angrily says:
" A h! found it. D- pretty note, to
go and steal a mani's umlbrella in that way !"~
and away he goes..
'Tother day he marched tip to a gentle.
man in Chesnut street, and grabbing at the
umbrella in his hatnd, says he:
"Ihat's mine, sir; where did you git it ?"
"I bieg patrdon," says the mall, "it was
loaned toi mne to.day by an acquaintance.
It it is yours, take it, sir."
" Mine ? Of course it is, sir!" says Did
dier, and lhe took it. He'll do.
CLnRLNG A DoG's TAIL.-A funny inci.
det:t ca'me under our notice the other day.
While waiting our turn at the barter's, a
fellow " poked his head in," and asked if
they did cutrling there. He was answered
in the affirma~tive, when stepping inside, arnd
calling after him a most villanuus looking
cur, he pointed to it, saying: " I wotld like
to have you curl that dog's tail, then." In
nowise abashed at the burst of laughter
which greeted him, the barber stepped lfor
ward and fetched the dog a lusty kick,
pointed to the continuation of the now yelp.
ing owner, tightly coiled between his hitnd
legs, anti then demanded his quarter for the
job. Doggy and his master left, amid the
yells of the excited bystanders, while the
knight of the lather brush unconcernedly
called for the next customer.
PRESIDENT PIERCE AND GENERAL SCOTT.
- It is said, in the Crystal Palace, last TIhurs
day, wvhen President Pierce met General
Scott, he shook him warmly by the hand,
to meet you on the same platform !" Of
course, both laughed heai tily att the joke.
VARIETY OF CLIL'TE.-U' It is ndw the
third of June," said a Massachusetts paper
of that date, "and the apple trees are full o~f
blossoms. A few such days as this will
bring the corn up full." On the same day,
a gentletman, wvriting from Mississippi : " It
is now the third of June: my early apples
have been fit to cook for some time, and
peaches are ripe and good. My corn is well
filled. A few such days as this will make it
fit to grind."
EDUCATION is a conmpanion which no
misfortune catn depress--no crime can de
stroy--no enemy cans alienate-no despotism
enslave. At home, a friend-abroad, an
introdtuction-in solitude, a solace-and in
Society, an ornament. It cbastens vice
it guides virtue.--it gives at'once grace and
ornament to genius--.without it what is
man ? A splendid slave-a reasoning sav
ONE OF THE HENs.-Tfhe Woonsocket
Patriot editor makes merry over the mistake
of an old Shanghai hen of his that had been
setting for five weeks upon two round stones
and a piece of brick ! " Her anxiety," quoth
lhe, "is no greater than ours to know what
she wiil hatch. If it proves a brick yard
that hen is not for sale."
" I DON'T say, Mr. Judge, that the defen
dant was drunk. No, by no means; but
this I will say--when last I seed him lie was
washing his face in a mud puddle, arnd dry
ing it on a door mat. Whether a sober man
would do this, itn course I cant say."
The court thought he wouldtn't. The
consequence was, the defendant went up for
sixty days. _______
-" My sos, why do you chew that tobacco ?"
" To get the juice out, old codger," re
nlied the vonth.
FARMING INCoNISTENCIEs.-Farniers dig
their gardens two feet deep, but only ploW
their lands five inches. They take especial r
care of their nag horses in a good warm
stable, but expose their farm horses and cat- j
tle to all weathers. They deny the utility
of drainago in strong tenacious clays, but e2
dare not dig an underground cellar in such
soils, because. the water would get in. They D
waste their liquid mant-res, but buy guano
from Peru to repair the loss; and some
practical inen who are in ecstacies with the
urine of the sheepfold, have been known se
riously to doubt the benefit of liquid mnanure.
But, it may be asked, " Where is the capital
to come from for all these improvements I'
The reply will be, " Where does the capital p
come from to make railways and docks, to
build steam vessels, to erect a whole town
of new squares and streets, and to carry
out every other useful and profitable under.
QuArEL, TOAST.-" This is from me and j"
mine to thee and thine. I wish when thou e,
and thine come to see me and mine, that _
me and mine will treat thee and thine as
thou and thine have treated me amid mine."
ThLis is a new version of the old compliment, (
which runs soinethiig after this wise "I
wish thee and thy folks, loved me and my
lolks as well as me and my folks love thee
and thy folks. For sure there never was t1
folks since folks, that ever loved folks half so
well as me and my folks love thee and thy
You bachelors ought to be taxed," said
a lady to a resolute evador of the noose
I 1 agree with you perfectly, na'ain," was
the reply, " for bachelorisn certainly is a j,
A Nsw temperaneo drink is described by
the San Francisco Herald,' composed of C
" three parts of root beer and two of water
gruel, thickened with a little soft squash,
and strained through a cane-bottom chair."
CALIFORNIA CRoVS.-The wheat crops
promise abundantly. ft is said there will be
some 40,000 bushels on the Stanislaus liver.
L Calaveras, the wheat crop is said to be
over 7 feet high, with heads 6 inches long. -
SPRING DRY GOODS! i i
290 Broad-Street, Augusta, Ga., 6
BEG to inorm the public that their SPRING
Rich and Elegant Dry Goods,
Is now complete, cons'sing of the mnst beautiful
Fabrics, imported for Ladies' wear, selected with 1
the utmost care, and purchased from the most emi- J
nent Importei s and Manufacturers on terns which fu
enables us to offer SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS
to purchasers, and in many items greit Blrgnins.
In our Dress Goods, Department will be found
the most elegant and beautilul Silks of the Season,
of every hue and shade,
Rich Barege Del-ines, at very low prices,
Printed Paris ]'areges, ntw and elegant styles,
Printed Grenalines and Lining Siks, rich and
Small figured Bright flareges, for Misses wear, 'I
very ch eap,
Plain and firocade Black Silks, Grenadinecs and
B~areges extra rieb unmd beautiful,
Lup~in's Best liombaz.ines and Chmals' best and
prettiest Mlourning goo~ls mande,
Plain and Brucade .Black Silks, every width and
A full supply of all the best Mourning Goods im
French Lawns and Cambricks. in great variety,
Pla:nm Hareges, Grenadines and Tissues, beautiful
Plain, striped and cheek Siiks for Ladies' Spring
and sumnmer Dresses,
Rieba embroidered Silk Flounced Robes, decidedly
flarege ant Tissue - do do
Elegunit Embroidered Linen Cambric Hlnndker
ehiefsi, Chimiesetts, Unadersleeves, Cufis, Col- A
lIrs and Capes, rich andmi beautiful,
Rich and elegant Canton -Crape Shawls, p&ain and (
Plain anmd Eimbroidered Sewing Silk Shawls and y
Mantillas, Scarfs and Shawls, of the most beau- t<
Rich Lace Scarfa, Shawls and Mantillas,
White Muslinis of every description, C
Linenm Goods of the be-t finisha and material,
Double Damnask best Linen Sheeting,
Pillow Case Linen.
)amnask Napkins and Tabile Clothas,
Diapers of the very best description for Toweling, ai
Ilanijlton and A lendale Shetinag, best gunlhty,
Bleached and unbieached Shtirtings, very cheap.
A large supply of English, French and American
A large supply of best Hosiery and Gloves,
Best Twisted Sewing Silk Mltts and Gloves,
Alendale, Laneaster and French Marseilles Quiltsi
A full supply of White Fringe,
A very large Stcek of )omnestic Goods. cheap,
A full supply of Goods suitable for Gentlemen
and Yomutha's ware.
In addition to otur usual supply, we have added
a htrge and handsome CA RPET ROO.\, over our
Store, where will be founid thme best India Manting,
Superior Oil Cloths, Window hmades, Door Mlats,
h earth Rugs, IUn'zes. ruiiks, Umibrellars and arfuliA
supply of CARPETING of diff'erent kinds-at
Newv York prices-to which we respectfully invite
the amtentioni of the public.
Augusta. A pril 11 2m 13
Beach Island Land for Sale,
l'ilESubseriber (ofi'ers at private sale FIVE r
H CNDREDI ACRES of Beach Island Swamnp o
Land, lying on thme River, and adjoining lands of
Samauel Clark and Janmes T. Gardner, and renited
the present year by .Jaimes T. Gardner.
A b.,ut 400) acres of the above Tract are cleared
mnd well improved. The balance in Cypress and
ther swamp timber.
Trermas made easy to a good purchaser. A ppl1y
to R. BlRADFORD.
Silverton, S. C., May 4 tf 16 B.
Blacksmith Shop !
r IllE Subscriber having erected a
..new building in the tear of MIessrs
WnILirA~s & CnRusTiE and L. If LLL'
tores, is prepared to do all kinds of to
horse-Shoeing and Plantation work will receive
rompt attention. S. F. GOODE. -
Jan319 tf 1
A LOT of Eastman's SUP'ERIOR STRAW
A lot of Daniiers Pat. Superior Straw Cutters,
Grant's Superior Patent FA N MILLS, -
" " Grain Cradles,
Hoc & Co's Superior CIRCULA R SAWS,
All of which will be sold on the most acconmmoda- r
ing terms. Call anid see them.i
ROBINSON & JACKSON. fot
Hamburg, May 25 tf I9 inj
- xcuo~ Notice. - o
LLthose indebted to the estate of Willam .nu
- arrett, dee'd., are requested to make pay- foi
eat forthwith, and those havinig demands against th<
mid estate will render them in properly attested, &
ecording to law. if
CHARLES HAMMOND, )ts to
WM. G. H AMMOND, o
TH-OS. GARRETT. is~ Ri
Feb g tf 3' a ]
Chapman's Cottoni Gins?!w
lAE still nmake these best of COTTON GINS, lR
TVat our old stand. We warrant them to give to
tisfaction, whtich they never fail to (do.m
All orders thankfully received and promptly at- saa
Personms who find it more convenient will, please
quire of Mr. Lon HuL, Edgefield C. HI., who
ill keep on hand one or more of these Gins for A
ale. Address CHAPMAN & SONS, ?2
Coleman's X Roads, Edgefield, S. C. Ion
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
wholesale & Retail Druggist
AKES this method of returning Lis thank-s to
Lhis friends and patrons, for the' patronage he
is received in the sale of Drugs, Miedicines, &c.
He is now receiving an addition to his already
:tensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
ye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop Wurniture, &c.
THE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medieinal purposes,
Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
Of his own and Northern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
aint, 11air, IIat, Shoe and Tanners Brushes
rinctures S Medicinal Compounds,
made under his own supervision in strict
accordar ce with the U. S. Disp'ry.
The inost Reputable Nostrums,
11 of which he will eell at prices that will compart
vorably with any Southern market. Those wish
g to purchase articles in his lire will do well to
ill and examine his Stock and prices.
Edgefield C. IT.. Jan 22 tf '
W M. 0. PRICE & CO., TAILos-FO1
TiE SPR\IN 'RAIDE-Are constantly
;nufacturng and AT ALL TII3Es well supplied with
be newest styles of
Clothing of all descriptions,
COATS, PANTALOONS, VESTS, SIIIRTS,
Undershirts anad Drawers,
RAVATS, SCARFS, GLOVES, BELTS AND BRACES,
HOSIERY OF ALL KINDS,
Trunks, Travelling Bags, &c., &c.
TOILET FURNISIING-Faney Soaps, Ex
acts. Cloth and )lair Brushes, Combs, Rogers'
:nires, Shears, Purses and Port Monies, Canes,
rnbrellas, I lats, Caps, and every article of Gen
emens' dress and personal furniture.
TO TIl E TRA DE--We are well supplied with
LOTUIS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS AND
RI.\MINGS. Cloths by the piece, pattern or
nrd, which we will sell as low as can be bought in
'ew York City.
WM. 0. PRICE,
' W. T. INGRAHAM.
No. 258 Broad-street, Augusta Ga.
March 36 - tf 10
'A EORGE ROBINSON & H. B. JACKSON
x have sssociated themselves together, for the
ansacting of a
General Hardware Business,
'nder the style of ROBINSON & .JAcKsoN, HIaniburg,
here we will always keep an extensive assortment
EVERY THING in that line, together with
iddles, Bridles, Harness, Leather, Trunks, Whips,
Hamburg, April 27 tf 15
ROBINSON & JACKSON,
HAMBURG S. C.
AVE now on hand a most complete Stock
. of Hardware, amongst which may be
200 Ton Engl'sh and Sweed Iron,
510 Kegs Nails,
20,000 Lbs. Castings,
50 Doz. Collins' Axes,
75 " Brades' Patent Hoes and others,
5 " Superior Straw Cutters,
20 "4 Spades and Shovels,
10 " Rakes,
Tilletson and others make of Vices and Anvills,
race, H alter, Log, Fifth and other style of Chains,
A complete Stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery,
--ALL sTVLCs OF
Plains, Saws, Chtisels, Screws, Uinges,
Knobs, Bellows, Bitts, Guns,
Pistols, Shot Bags,
Powder Flasks, Cotton and Wool Cards,
Well Wheels, Kettles, Stew Pans,
Frying Pans, Grislirons, llanmmers. I atchets,
acks, Water, and Waftle Irons. Candle Sticks,
Steelyards, Mlarking Gages. Spir it Levets5,
Anditons, Shovels and Tongs, Screw.
Plates, Compassies, Thlumn
Guages, Percursion -
SHamburg, A pril 27 - itf 15
T THlE OLD STAND) OF S. & J. GILBERT
cHART.ESTON, s. C.
1& E. M'. GILBERT continue the
3. CA RRIAGE UBUSINESS at the above stand,
os 35 and 40t. Wentworth Street, where they will
,leased to exhibit to their old friends and us
niers a very
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
mprising those of their'ownt manufacture togethel
irious other styles usually fiond in this muarket.
Their long acquaintance witht this market as
anufacturers and IDealers will eniable them to
Rer great inducements to purchasers buth in style
Auer25 tf 32
Pair Honae snade Plantation
ARNESS, SOLE AND UPPER LEATIIER.
OF ALL DasCaRIPTIoNs.
anners, Neats Foot and Lamp 0il.
tthe Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
RL. T. MI13IS.
July 21 t f 27
No t ice.
OHiN lM. WITT having purchased the
excIlusive interest of the I1AACH INE SIIOP
~lessrs. BL'snNELL & Wrr'r, will keep constantly
hand the following articles, ini comlete and ex
Ilent order, and at the A ugusta prices, viz:
ash filled With Glass and Primed,
made of all sizes and according to order.
~anuel Doors, Windowv Blinds,
DOOR FRAMES AND WINDOW FRAMES,
d Steads, Tables, Wash Stands, Chairs, Beau
reaus, Writine Desks, Work Stands, Book
Cases anid all other Cabinet and
Joiners Work. &c., &c.
pairing and Joh Work of every kind appertaining
the above articles, and Furniture of every des
ption, done pronmptly and upon the amost liberal
Edgefield C. TT., Dec 1, 1852. tf 46
WARDLAW & WALKER,
FACTIORS AND) CO3131ISSIO.N
c~rth Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
CoalallssboNs FOa SELLUNG Co'rroN,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
'IIE Subscriber having formed a Co-Partnership
with Mr. W. A. WARDLA W, of Charleston,
merly of A bbeville, S. C., for the purpose of do
a G ENERA L FA CTOR AGE and COMallS
)N IUs [NESS, avails hinmself of the present
iortuniity, of returning his sincere thanks to his
merous friends for the liberal pattonage bestowed
.at nuniber of years past,-ated in movin~r. tenders
servieces of the new e'oneern of W A RDLA W
WA LK ER, Charleston, where lie hmopes miany,
not all his old patrons will find it to their interest
ship thteir produce..
l'he recent arrangements of the South Carolina
il Road Company will enable thetm soonm to have
)epot n the city of Augusta, thereby save the
yense of Toll, and very greatly facilitate the for
rding of produce of any kin~d. Mr...-ous C.
Es, A gent of W. & WV., in A ugusta, will attend
he forwarding of all produce that thteir friends
y feel disposed to send them, free of charge,
e drayage. G. WA LKER.
A ugusta, July 19, 1852. tf 29
On hand and for Sale
SUPER IOR Lot of WINES and LIQUORS,
L which will be sold in quantities of Three Gal
q, or nmor'c, by F. M. NICIIOLAS.
6,ul. ath, tr 25
Maryland State Lotteries
FOR JULY 1853.
The Payment of all Prizes is guaranteed by the
State of Maryland.
EMORY & 00.,
154 PRATT STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
The following Schemes for .uly will be found
especially worth the attention or the public, and
orders are inost respectfully solicited in them.
A NICE SMALL LOTTERY.
:atapsco, 192, for July 13th.
I Prize of $8,000 is $8,000
4 " " 2.001 are 8,000
8 " " 1,000 are 8,000
200 Prizes of $100, -0, &o. &c. &c.
Tickets $2j. Shares in proportion.
Packages of Wholes $35, Halves $17j Quar. $8.
CONSOLIDATED 28, FOR JULY 15.
Prizes or $15,000, 4 Prizes of 2,500, 30 of 1,000,
528, 400, 301), 200, &c. &c.
Tickets $4. Shares in proportion.
Packagas of Wh,,les $52, Halves $26, Quars. $13.
Washington Co. 33, for July 18th.
Divided in 5 Capitals, each of $12,000.
)ivided in 5 Capitals, each tof $6,000.
15 Prizes of $1,000, 1,500, 250, &c. &.
Tickets $8. Shares in proportion.
Packages of 26 Wholes 120, 11alves 60, Quar. 30.
Consolidated, 29, for July 22.
1 Prize of $18,003 is $18,000
3 " " 6,000 are 18,000
3 " 3,000 tire 9,000
20 or 1,000, 500, 40U, &c., &c.
Tickets $5. Shares in proportion.
Packages of 26 Wholes 75, Halves 37, Quar 18j.
Susquelihanna, 36, for July 27.
Prizes $35,000, 17,500, 7,500, 3,678. 20 Prizes of
1,750, 400, 300, &c. &c.
Tiekets $10. Shares in proportion.
Packages of Wholes, $130, Halves, $65, Quar $321
A Beautiful Two Dollar Lucery!
Patapsco, 1206, for July 29,
1 Prize of $8,516 is $S8,5i6
4 "* " 1.750 are 7,000
4 " " 501) are 2,000
100 Nice Pr:zes of $200
Tickets $2. Shares in proportion.
Certificates of Packages of 26 eost Whols $30,
26 Halves $15, 26 Quarters $7j, 26 .ighiths $3.1.
GRAND COSOLIDATED, P, FOR JULY 30,
$ 1,20 2,0.0 0 !
1 Prize of $65.000 1 Prive of $25.000
1 " " 15,0001 1 " " 15,000
1 4 " 10,000 1 " " 8,020
15 Capitals of $4,500
100 Prizes of 2,5031!
,00, 500 250, &c. &c.&ke.
Certificate of Pacekages cost 26 Wholes $300, 26
halves $150, 26 Quarters 75, 26 F~ighaths 37k.
The Lotteries in Maryland are drawn under au
thority of the State by Sworn Commnissioners eleet
ed by the people. One Package in any of the above
Lotteries mny draw the 4 highest P'rizes.
All Lotteries are atnswer ed by return mail, and
the Offiial Printed 11rnwitng with a written expla
nation sent immediately the result is over.
When con venient send a d raft, as most secure.
Fromi the v'ery immense tnumber of Prizes sold by
us recently, we~ are fully justilie'd in saying, that in
(order toi obttin a Goud Prize', it is only necessary to
address a line to
IDIORY & CO.,
154 Pratt St., Jialtimore, 51.
.Tune 20 tfP 25
For the rapid Cure of
COUGHS, COLDS, HOA RSENESS,
BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING-C UGII,
CROUJP, ASTHMA, AN
,v JANY YEit ofi trial, instead of impairing the
itt. public confidence in this medicine, has won for
it an a ppreciation and notoriety b'y far exceding the
most sanguine expectatIons of its friends. Nothing
but its intrinsic virtues atnd the unmistakealea btene
fit conferred on thouisands of suflerers, could originate,
subistantiate and ninmnrin the reputation it enjoy.
While many inferior remedies trust upon the comt
muniiy, have failed atnd been discarded, thais has
gained friends bty every trial. confernsd hentefits unt the
afflicted they can rever foretet, andi produced cures
too nume~rous antd tro renmarkabile to be forgtteLn.
While is is a fratud on ibs public to pretend that any
one medicine will it fallhbly cure-still there is abun
dant proof that the CIIRRY PECTOR AL does nut
only as a general thing. btut almost invariably cure
ste maladies for which it is employed.
A s time makes these facts wider and better known,
this medicine las gradtually become the best reliante
of the afmicted, from the log-cabin of the Americain
Peasant, to the palaces of European Kings. Throngh
outt this entire coutrty, itn every State, city, and in
deed almost evsry hamlet it contains, CHIERRY
PECTOR AL is known tas the best remedy extant for
diseatses of the Throat and Lungs, atnd in many -for
eigtt cotuntries it is ctomiing to he extensively used by
their most intelligent Physicians. In Great Britain,
France and Germany. wthere the medical sciences
have reached their hightest perfection, CHIERRIY
PECTORAL is introduced, atnd itn constant ulse in
the A rmies, hospitals, Alms Hlouses, Puibbe Institut
tions, and in dom~estii practice, as the sorest remedy
thteir attendingt Physiciatns can employ for the mitre
dangerous aflections of the lungs. Also itn miler
cases, and for children it is safe, pleasant and eflec
toni to cure. In fact, some of the most flattering tes
timotnials we receive have been front parents whto hnve
found tt efficacious in cusei particularly incidental to
Thle CIIERRY PECTORAL is manufactured by
a practical Chesmist, andl every tunce of it utnder his
own eye, nith invariable taccuracy and care. It is
sealed and protected by law from cotunterfeits, conse
quently can be relied on as genuitne without adul
We have endeavcored here to fturnish the common.
ty with a tmedicine otf stuch intrinsic superiority and
wthtl as shuld commend itself to their confidence-a
remedy at once safe, speedy and ellectual, wich this
has by repeatetd arid ctountless trials proved itself to
be; and trulst by great care in preptarieg it with
chemical accuracy, of urniformi strengtht to aiord Phby
sicians a tnew agent on whtich they catn rely fur the
best results, and the afflicted with a remedy tat will
do for them all tat medicitne can do.
Preparetd and sold bty JAMES C. AYER, Practi
cal atnd Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Sold in FElgefield by G. L. PENN, and by Drug
gist, and Dealers in Medicine everywhtere.
At Wholesale by IAvrtLAsN, RISL.Y & Co., Au
gusta, Ga., and Charleston S. C.
A pril 27 3mn h5
A LL Persons indebted-to the estate of Tienry F
?Freeman, dee'd., will come fotwatrd immtie
dittely atid ntake patymnt, and those having de
mands wvill render thetm in prtoperly nttested.
J. H. J ENNINGS, Ex'or.
Feb9 0 y 51
TUST received a good supply of excellent W]NE
tfor Sacametal purposes.
M. W. CLARY.
:r..8 ife 21
T HE SUBSCRIBER is now receiving (at th
his.Stock of SPRING and SITMMER GO
STYLES OF LAD
-AMONG WHICH b
Barnge DeLaines of new and beautiful patterns I
Silk Tissue and Bareges,
Foulard Silks of light fabric for Spring,
French and Organdie Muslins, from 12J to 50c.
Fig'd and Embr'd Swiss " a beautiful article I
Swiss, Jaconet, Book and Nainsook Muslins, I
White and Colored Tarleton - "
French, Scotch and American Ginghams, all
English. French and American Prints, every des
4-4 Turkey Red Prints for Curtains,
Blue, Red, Orange and Green Prints, solid col
ors for Quilts,
Furniture Prints, some Striped for bordering
Black Allapacas and Bombazines, all qualities,
For Gents' and Youths' Spi
- CAN BE
Drap Do Elles. Cashmeretts,
White and Col'd Linen Drillings,
luckabnk and Bird Eye Towelings,
Damask Linen Towels, with borders, some
7.4 and 8-4 Blea'd and Bro'n Table Damask,
German Oil Cloth, for covering Furniture, a
5.4, 10.4, 11-4 and 12.4 Bleached and Brown
0y" AS these Goods were bought for CASI
ser seldom met with. An examination is respectf
Ta iinun, April 20, 1852.
J. ill NEW]
WHOLESALE & HE
READY MADE CLOTHING, TRI
UNDER THE U. S. HO
J M. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving the
. Ready Made Clothing -ever offlered in this cil
improved styles of manufactute.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS YOUTH
- Country Merchants,a~td all persons visit
and examine our Stock for themselhes.
Augusta, Sept. 23.
HERE IS YOUR REMEDY!
A most mairaculous cure of Bad Legs, after 431
ETrnCr of a letter from Mr. Wu t~i~ut GA:.PHIn', of 70, St.
Matry's Street, W eymouth, dated May 15th,, 1S651.
To PaorESSon HOLLtOWAY,3
Smn: At the nge of 18 my wife (who Is now 61) caught a
a violent coldi, which setted in, her legs, aind ever since that
time they have been more or tess sore, and greatly lindumed.
11er.naguonies were dlistractintg, and for muoths togethe.r she
was deprivedi entirely of rest andl sleep. Every remnedy that
mediealnicn advised was tried, buit without eiret: her health
antlered severely, and th~e state of her legs was terrible I
hadl iilten rend. your adverisemnents, und advised her to try
vour Pills und Ointment: a nd, as a lnst resource, after every
oither remedyl hadl proved useless, she ennisented to dio so.
Shie en' 'neuiced six weeks ago, and strange to relate, is no0w
in gio heialth. 11er h-gs are puinless, without seam or sear.
und tier sleep sound anid undisturbed. Could you have wit
nesed the sufferings of my wife during the lust.':d years, and
ernlrast thenm iti her 'present enjoyvment of health, you
would indeedl fiel dlelighted in having been the means of so
greatly allerinling the autiering of nafelow-crentiire.
~tSigned) 'W ILLIAM GALPIIIN. 3
A person 70 years of hge cured of a bad leg, of.
ofa thirty yjears' standing.
Coev' lfa tter from Mrr. Wu..ur Anus, builder of Gas
Ovens, of 1:ushcliffe, near Iluddersnteld, dated May 1, 1851.
To Pnorrsson HOLLtOWAv,
Sm:: I suffered fir a period of thirty years from a had leg,i
the result if two or three accidents at Gus Works, aeompa-1
niedI byseorbutie symptoms. I lust recourse to a variety of1
mieienit advice, wvithiout deriving any benefit, and was even
:ohil that the k'eg nmush he aniputatedl. yet in opposition to that
opiniin, your P'ihhs andt Ointment have effected a complete
cure ini so'short a time that few who hail not witnessed It wiiuld
credit the fneL. (Signed) . WM. AHBlS.
The truth or this statement ean be verileid by Mr. W. P.
Enmglunid, Chemist, 10i Market Street, Ihuddersihetd.]
A Dreadful Bad Breast cured in one month.
Extract of a letter from Mir. FinxncnicK Tcn.Nxn, of Pcn
shiurst Kent. dated December 13th, 1SS0.
To Pecorrsson. llou~.owav,
Sir.: My wife' had suffered firom Dad Breast for more thaui
six mtil:s, anid during the whole pieriod had the best medl
eni attenudane. but alt ito no use. Ilaving before healed nn
awful wocud In nmy own leg by your unrvalled medicine, I
determined again to use your P'ills and Ointment, andi there
fore gave thenm trial in her ease, tind fortunate it was t idid so,
for in. less thiani a monlh a perfect eure was effected, and the
benefit that various other branches of my family have derived
from their use i really astonishinig. I now stronigly recoin
niend them to all my friends.
(Signed) FREDERICK TURNER.
(F The Pills should be used conjointly with the Olnt
ment in most of the following cases.
Bad Legs. Dad flreasts, Burns, Blunlons, Bite of Mosche
toes and Sand Flies, Coco-hnay, Cile-go-fosot, Chilb~inins,
Uthappied hands, 'orns, (soft) Caners, Contracled andl Stiff
Jointii. Eiepihantiasls, Fistulas, Gout, Glandular Swellimngs,
Lumbuigo. Piir~s, lIheunatism, Sealds. Sore Nipples. Sore
Thbruit. Skcin iseasies, Scurvy, Sore Itcada, Tumsours, Ulcers,
Smild mit the establIshment of Professor IIOLLA WAY, 224.
Strand. tnear Tremnpieliar, London) and by all respectable
Iruigaists and Deutlers in 3Medicines throughout the Blritish I
J:mplire, amid of those of the United States, in Pots at 17Xecti
5i cents, nnd $1.50t cents each. Wholesale hy the p~rliin
Dnig hlouses In the Union. and by Messrs. A. JL. D
SANDS. New York, amnd P. M. COhfEN, Chnrleston.
For sale in Edlgefieldl by G. L. PENN, AGENT. I
T'here Is a considerable saving by taking the larger sir.es.
N. B.-Direction for the guidance of patients in every dis
ier are nftixed to each Put.
Mlarch il0 ly* 10
Essence of Jamaica Ginger.
rpHlS ESSENCE is warranted to possess, in a
I.concenlraledl form, all Ilhe valuable properties of
JAMAICA GINGER,'and will lie found, on trial, an
xcellent Family Medicine. It is particularly recoin'
ended as a tonic, to persons recovering from fever or(
ther diseases, a few drtipii imparting to the stomach
aglow and vigor equal to a wine-glassfuzl of brandy
r other stimuulant, without any of the debilitating 3
flcts which nye sure to follow the use of liquor ofa
ny kind ; and it is therefore especially serviceable to ,
bildren and females. To the aged it wvill prove a
reat comfort; to the dyspeptic, and to those who are
jredisposed to gout or rheumatic affections, it gives
reat relief; and to the inebriate who wishes to re
form. but whlose stomach is constantly craving the
oxious liquor, it is invaluable-givinig tonie to the
ligesive orgats, antI strength to resist temptation;
nd is consequently a great agent ig the cause of
Persons tdesinsng an article that can be relied upon,t
repared solely from pure JA MAICA GING ER, shouW j
e particular to ask for " Brown's Essence of Jama g
a (singer," which is warranted to be what it is rqj
esentet,and is prepared only atFR ED'K BROWh 1i
rug and Chemical Store, N. E. corner Chietnut ant
ifthi Streets, Phliladlelphiia. 11
Directiions accomipany each bottle. .
For sale in this Village by G. L. PENN, Agent.
May 4 ly 16
Dutch Bolting Cloths,
SNOWDEN & SIIEAR, Augusta, Georgia, a
have received from New York a full supply of u
OLTING CLOTIIS, Nos.- 0, 1,2, 3, 4, 5,6, '7,
, 9 undl 10, warranted to be' or t'i best quality,
nd to which they they repu ifully .nvite the atten
int of the public.
Mty 25 tf 19
Factory Thread. i
AFIN E assortnent on hand, just received and r<
- for sale by M. WV. CLARY.
e Store formerly occupied by H. B. JAcKsoN)
ODS, comprising the latest and most desirable
|S' DRESS GOODS,
(AY BE FOUND
3loves and Hosiery in every variety, for old and
Ladies'and Gents' Linen C. Handkerchiefs, from
locts to $6, each,
Elizabeth Collars, a splendid article,
?rinted Undersleeves to match,
3himasettes, nil styles and qualities,
larseilles, Corded and Grass Skirta,
laconet, Swiss, Linen and Lisle Edgings and
ibbons, Fans, Parasols and Umbrellas, in great
3hell, Buffulo and Horn Back, Side and Dress
roothi and Hair Brushes, Toilet Soaps, Co
logne and Perfumery,
Linen Braids and Bobbins, both Plain and Ser
ing and Summer Clothing,
Real French Hering bone Drillings.
Union, Brown, Striped and Grass Linens,
Cottonades and Cul'd Camblets, &c.
40 inch Pillow Cane Linen,
40 " " " Cotton,
Real Irish Linens Undressed,
100 inch Luce Musquito Netting,
Bleached and Brown Shirtings, all qualiies,
Carolina and Georgia 7.8 and 4.4 Brown
hirlintgs and Sheetingys,
Georgia Stripes and Osnaburgs, at Factory
Marlboro Plaids and Stripes, &e., &e.
I, inducements will be offered to the purcha
M. A. RANSOM, AGENT FOR'
R. B1. FULLER.
0.Y .& CO.,
TAIL DEALER IN
INKS, CARPET BAGS, &C., &c
TEL AUGUSTA, GA.
LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT of
,y. Their Stock consists of the latest and most
S' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
ing our city, are respectfully solicited to cali
ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER
Great Cure for Dyspepsia!
r1H Es TRUE DIGES
DR HOUGHTON'S I TIVE FLUID, or
Gastric J n i c e,
P I prepared from Rennet.
or the fourth Stomach
of the Ox, after diree
tions of BitoNi LiEBiGi,
the great Physiological
C he mis t, by J. S.
IouGIITON, M. D., Philadelpin, Pa.
This Is a trulv WONDERFUL I:EMET)Y for Tndlgestion,
)vapepsla, Jaimdice, LIver ComplaInt. C'onstlipation, and
)ebility, Curing anier NATURE's OWN METHOD. b~y
~ature's own A gent, the GastrIc .lutee. Half a teaspoonful
ifPEPSIN, lifsed In water, will digest or dissolve, Five
ounds or Rtoast Beef in about two hours, out of the stomach.
PEPSIN Is the chIef element, or Grent DIGESTING
rnctple of the Castric Juice-the Solvent of the Food, the
~urifymng. Preserving and Stlmnlating A gent of the Stomach
nd Intestines. It Is extractedt f'om the DIgestive Stoneh
f the Ox, thus furmilng a TItUE DIGESTIVE FLUII),
.relsely lIke the natutral Onstric JTuice In its Cheical ponw
~rs, andt furnishing a COM1PLETE and PERtFECT SUlU
TITUTE for It.
Call on the Agent, and prt a DescriptIve Circular. gratis,
riving a large amount of aCI ENTI F I EV II)ENCE. from,
C.ebigts Anmal Chmtistry t Dr. Comlte's Phlysltogy or Diges
ion: Dr. P'ereiran oj Food anid 1)iet: lir. Joim W.. l)rnper,
,f New York Untiversity: Prof. Dunglismon's Physiology;&.
ogether with relsorts of cures from alt parts uf thre United
NO ALCOHOL, BITTERS OR ACIDS !
Remenmber thjis: Dr. IlotroV's PEPSIN in a grinn
itutrnl Remedty. fre.e from AI.COIIOL, HIlTTElRS, ACIDS
md- NAUSEOUS DRUGS. Ii is extremely agreenble to
lie taste, and may be taken by thc most feelte patients who
annot eat a water cracker without acute distress. Beware
f drugged ImItatIons. PensIn Is not a drug.
CURES IN EVERY TOWN!
Dr. IToughton's l'assr has now been tested, for upwardls
,f two years. In every large town In thte United States, andl
he Agents enn ref.-r Dyspepties to many rema:rkab~le Ctures
n every Town! Numerous details of cutres, certitlentes of
~hyscians and PatIents, are give~n In the Circulars furnished
y Agents. gratis.
Pepsin in Fluid and Powder.
Dr. TToughton's PEP'SIN is prepared In Powder and In
luid Form-nnd in Prescription vinls for the nxe of I'hysi
Inns. The P'oweter wIll be sent by Manl. free of P'ostage, f.>r
mec Dollar, sent to Dr. JIlughton, Phiinatelphta.
Private C'irculars for Phlysielans n'ay be obttaned of Dr.
Tnughton or his Agents, describing the whole process of pre
,nrtlon. andt gIving the authoritles upon which, the clIm.
f thiis new remedy are basedl. As it is NOT A SECRET
tE3EDY. no oijeetioni enn be raisedl aganst Its use by I'hy-.
icianis In respectable standing and regular practice. P'rice
)NE DOLL.AR ner hotile.
Every Blottle of GENUINE I'EPSIN hears the written
Ignature of J. S. Iloughiton. 31. D.. sole proprIetor, Philadel
hia, Pa. Copy-right and Trade MIark secutred.
gliSold by all DruggIsts andi Dealers In Mfedleines.
rM'Sold, also by G. L. PENN, Edgefield C. II.t W AlD
.A W & LYON, A bbeville C. H.: PIt ATT & JAM1ES, Newr
,erry, and A. J. CitEIOIITON, linmburg, S. C.
July 2s ly * 2s
D R. DEN NIS'S
aundice, Sick Head-ache, Dizziness. Lous of
Appetite, Constipation of the Boweels, Piles,
caused by Costizeness, Pain in the Boweels, or
Rheumatism, caused by the use of Mercury,
Sy philis, Scrofula, Boils, Ulcers, <-c.
I 'HIS PREPARATION is made as pure as possi
ble. Its bitter taste. and beneficial effeets in
iseases of the Liver, and diseases arising froman im
ure state o; the Blood, prove it to be the
PUREST AND MOST USEFUL
reparation of Sarsaparilla that is made.
Those who have used the various preparations of
arsaparilla will find, by the taste and eflbet. that
here is more Sarsaparilla in one biottle of Dr. DEN
ts' preparation, than in half a dozen bottles as it is
lts alterative and mildlly putrgative efyects upon the
owels, make it not only a good substitute for Me1r
ury, but useful in removing all diseases arising from
be imprudent use of 31ereury.
8;FPrepared only by J. DENNIS, M. D., Augus
SdbyAG.TEAGUE and G. L. PENN, Edgefield
. bH; .. C ENand CAREY & CouTealERt,
harlston; BoAf walmnII & MIoT and F. CUaRTs,
~olumbia; A. J1. CREIGHIToN, Hamburg; Wat. F.
u'rT. D. B. Pr.uats, IIAviz.AND & Rtst.EY, WV. F.
J. TuarrtN, WV. K. Krrenr.x, BARnETT & UAa.
Ea, Augusta, Geo., and by Druzggists generalt~y.
Price-SI per bottle ; S hotjle for S5.
gg Remember to ask for DENNIS' GEORGIA
A tSA PARIL LA.
June 26. 1851 tf 23
Land for Sale I
THlE Subscriber offers for sale tlie
*. Plantation on wchich lhe resides con
"" taining Five Hundred and Fifteen
Acres. 'lTis Tract of L.antd is silua
don Ninety-Six Creek, five miles South of 96
lepot. It is will watered, well timbered, and in
uod condition for cultivation.
Thtere is on the prenmises, a comfortable D~wel
tng louse, a new fratme Gin Ilouse, excellent Ne
ro Hlouses, and every other necessary out build
g. RI. G. M. UUJNOVANT.
SMay 18 3m* 18
IARRIAGE and BUGGY HARNESS,
J Wagon Hlarness, D~ouble and Single.
Riding Bridles, Plantation Bridles, Collars, &c.,
lanufactured of good materials, and by good work
en, next door to J. B. SUL.LIVAN.
R. T. MIlS.
Jan 12 tf 52
Superi'or Applc Vinegar.
U LST received 400 Gallons A PPLE VIN EGA Rt,
Pof superior quality. If you want Vinegar, that
Vinegar, dont fail to call and get a supply. It ts
aly fine and no mistake.
For sale by G. L. PENN, AGLasT.
Feb1 t f 5
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSA, CHRONIC OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM
A Disordered Liver or Stosni'ch, such as Con
stipation, Inward Piles, Fullness or Blood to
the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Heart-busn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or
Weight in the Stomach Sour Eructations,
Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
Smimming at the Head, Hurried and Difficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Suffocating sensations when in a lying posture,.
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs beore the
Sight, Fever and dull pain in the Head, Deft
ciency of Perspiration, Yelleo'ness of the Skin
and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest,.
Limbs, -c., Burning in the Flesh, Sudden
Flushes of Heat, Constant Imaginings of Esit
and Great Depression of Spirits, can be effect
ually cured by
CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERr
DR. C. N. JACKSON,
AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
THEIR power over tbe.,above diseases Is not excelled-f
equalled-by any other preparatlon in the United States, as
the eures attest, in many cases' after skillful physicians Ia
These Bitters are worthy the attention of Invalids. P
sessing great virtues In the ratifieation of diseases of th
Liver and lesser glands. exercising the most searching pow
era in weakness and affections of tie digestive organs, the
are withal. safe, certain and pleasant.
Read and be Convinced!
The.editor of the "BoroN LzE," said In his paper of the
28nd of June last:
D. Toort.xn's Cr.rumnAava GawAN frrrrxns for the
cure of Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or
Nervous Debility, Is deservedly one of the most popular
medicines of the day. These Biters have been used by
thousands, and a friend at our elbow says he has himself re
ceived an effectual and permanent care of Liver Complaint
from the use of this remedy. We are convinced that, In the
use of these Bitters, the patient constantly gains strength and
vigor-a fact worthy of great coniaderation. They are pleas.
ani in taste and smell, and can be used by persons with the
most delicate stomachs with safety. under any circumrstanecs.
We are speaking from experience, and to the afilcted we
advise their use.
"ScooV's Wn:ELrv," one of the best Literary papers pah
Da. IoorLAxD's GEaMAN Brrrrs, manufactured by Dr.
Jackson. are now recommended by sonne of the most promi
nent members of the faculty as an article of much efficacy in
cases of female weakness. A 3such is the case, we would ad
vise all mothers to obtain a bottle. and thus save themselves
much sickneas. Persons of debilitated constitutions will find
these Bitters advantageous to their health, as we know from
experience the salutary effect they have upon week systems.'
Slore Evidence -
The Hon. C. D. HUser1NLIr, Mayor of the City of Camden
N. J., says:
" loorLANDW GrrvAN Pirr1 s.-We have seen many
flattering notices of thts medicine, and the source from whkh
they came induced usto make inquiry respecting its nerits.
From Inquiry we were perounded to use it, and must say
we found it specific in its action upon diseases of the liver
and digestive organs, and the powerful infuence it ererts
upon nervous prostration Is really surprising. It calms and
strengthens the nerves, bringing them into a state of repose,
naking sleep refreshing.
'-If this medicine was more generally used, we are satsfieed
these would be less sickness, as from the stomach, liver, and
nervous system the great majority of real and intaginary dis
eases emanate. Have them in a healthy condition, and you
can bid dnuiance to epidemics generally. This extraordinary
medicine we would advise our friends who are at all Indis
posed. to give a trial-it will recommend itself. It should, In
fact, be in every family. No other medicine can produce
such evidences of merit."
Evidence upon evidence has been received (like the fore
going) from all sections of lite Union, the last three years,
and the strongest testimony In its favor, is. that there is more
of it used In the practice of the regular Physicians of Phils.
delphia.than all othetnostrums combined. nn fact that can east
ly be established. and fally proving that a selentifile prepara
tion will meet with their quiet approval when preser.ted even
in this form.
That this medicine will cure Liver Complaint and Dyrpep
sin, noone can doubt after using it as directed. It acts spe
citleally upon the stomach and liver; It is preferable to cao
mel in ALL BILIOUS DISEASES-the effect Is immedl
ate. They cr.n lie administered to females or tifantas wth
safety and reliable benefit at any time.
Look well to the marks of the Genuine.
They lnttve the written signature of C. M. JACKSON
upon the wrapper, and his name blown in the bottle, without
which they are spuris.
WEF"For sule Whnolesale and Retail at the GERMAN
MEDSICINE STORE, No. 120 Archt street, one door below
Sixthn, Philadelpia; and by respectable dealers generally
thtrough the coumntry.
To enable all classes of Invaltds to enjoy the advantages of
theIr great restorative powers. Snxernr. Borrts, 75 Csaczs.
c"' Also, for sale, ia this Village. by
SeptI. 152. .-PENN, Aerirr.
Set1l88 y 88
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLAESTER,
T HIE GREAT REMEDY for Rhnematism, Gout,
Pain in the Side, Hip, Back, Linmbs and Joints,
Scrof'nla, King's Evil, WV hite Swelling, Hard Tumors,
Stiff Jnins and all fixed pains whatever.
Whnere thnis Plaster is applied,
Pa in cannot exist.
It inns been beneffelal in cases of weakness, such as Pain
and Weakness In tine Stinmach, Weak Linnbs, Lameness. Af
fectinn of tine Lunigs in their primary stages. It destroys in
iamnmation by per'spirantion.
Tine foliowing cotnnendation is from an Agent, residling at
TarNrox, Gibson Co., Tenn., Nov. 7, 52.
Mrsar.a. Scovin. & Mr..u,
Gentlemen: Tine Ihebrew Plaster is' becoming popular in
this sectio~n. There is a lady in tints conty whon says sthe
wotuld not be withnount tits Plaster fo.r five hundred dollars a
year. Sine wa afilicted for snne time with an enlargement
of the spleen, whnih gave hner a great dleal of pain. The
swelling andi pain had extetnded up nearly to the arm-pit,
annd occaslonnally sine c.'uld searcely breanthe. She was con
fined for a connsiderable time. dunrinng whichn site wa-atten'ded
by~ some of ounr best phynsiciansa. but they gave her no relief.
Shne proncured a box of' linn liebirew P'lnastir, and it relieved
hner almost immnnediately. aind now sine keeps a supply of It on
hnanad constantly. These fuels you tare at liberty to use us
you lnink proper-they are subsantiallv true.
* Respectfully, yours, &c. .)ESSE J. WELLS.
Of Counterfelts and base Imitations. Dealers and purcha
sers getnerally are cautIoned agatnat buying of any but our
regiular agents: othnerwise they will be imposed upon with a
worthless article, as many base counterfeits of this Plaster are
Tine genuine is sold only by us,' and our advertised A gents
throuighnout thne Southn. No P'edlar is allowe'd to sell it. Ia
fututre tihe getnulne will hnave the signature of E. TA YLO~fs
n tine new steel-pilante enagraved label on thne'top of each box;
to counterfekt whach will be prosecuted as forgerv.
SCOVIL & ~IEAD,
Il1 Chtartres Street. New Orleans.
Sole General Agents for the Southern States, to whom all
orders and applications for agencies must he addressed.
"There is no other Worm Medicine
SO says a Phnysielan, In speaking of the CELEBRATED
VERtMIF UG E of Dr. M'L.NEc. The followiag is an extract
FCLrTOx Corrr, lad., Feb 2S,1551.
Mssas. nODD & Co.
Gentlemen-I have been usaing your Dr M'Lane Worm
Specific In inmy p~ractice, and hnave found no othner worm medt
emeas goodi. Ihave been buying it from the Druggists In
toehester and Logansport by tine dozen. As it is 15 mnfles to
Logansport and 12 to Rochester, I would like to hnave It fron
you direct. Respectfully, yours.
If your chibniren are troubled with worms, go at oncee and
get some of thmi.Incomparable Vermittage which is to be had
at G. L. PENN'S.
The Great Restorative,
FEVER AND AGUE CU.RED) BY DR. M'LANE'S LIVER
ML. JosavnAs Hotuon. of West Union, Park County,
Illnots, writes to the proprIetors thnat he had suffered greatly
from a severe and. pnrotracted attack of Fever and Ague. and
was comipletely restored to hecalth, by the usne of the Liver
Pills itlone. These Pills unquestionably nosses great tonic
properties, end can be takemn with decaded advantage for
ianty diseas-a requiring Invigorating remedies; but thne
LIver P'ils stantd pre-einenit as a means of restoring a dis
organized Liver to healthy action; hence the great celebr.ty
tev have attained. 'l'he numerous formiiable diseases
ariing from a uilseased Liver, wleh so long bailled the skIll
of the most emident phnysleians in thne United States, are now
rendered easy of cure. thainks to tine studty and perseverance
of tine dIstingnished phnys'elan whtose name tis great medi
cne beamy-a namne which wtI descend to posterity as one
deservIng of gratitude. Tis invaluable medIcine should
always be kept wlthain reaech: and on the appnearance of the
earliest synnaptonns of diseased Liver, It can be safely and use
The abiove valuable MedIcines arc for sale In this place on
agency, by G. L. PENN; WAltDLAW & DENDY, Abbe
ville C. HI.; A. J. CREIGHITON, Hamburg, anid by one
Agent In every Town In the South.
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T HIE Undersignedl respectfunlly informs his old
customiers, friends and the public generally that
he hnas n'emoved ton his llRICK STORE.F, on Centire
$teet, between Messrs. Josatt StD.EY and CvoatGE
Ronases, where be offers for sale a general assort
Mr. Ez.nniu lloors is my duly authiorised Agent
to sell Goods, and the businnesas will be conducted
under the style or E. 110DGES, A gent.
U. A. KENRICK.
Tlamburg; Nov 29 tf 46
A LOT of' up-Country FLOUR, in 100 Lbs.
lSnteks, f,.r sale by F. M. KICHOLAS.
July 6 1,f 25
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that application will be
.made at the next Sesion of the l.egislature, to re
harter the Ferry across the Saluda'River, at the
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