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From the Soil of the South.
WORK POR TIE SEASON.
The game is rapidly 'drawing to a close,
and soon the operations of erop-makmig for
another yeir, .will' have ended. We may see
much to- regret in the. errors and omissions
of the past; these may lnot be :cured,.but if
properly noted and-remembered, may have
in them Iessons of instruction and warning,
forherituefute Exeience is noftei-our best
teacher,, and its instructions ought nlot to be
d'ost-toourselves,o'r to.the uorld.
The cotton crop is 'ow .iffits full tide,
rapidIyongoits lstey. What may
0 tieesl noZne, , . Its season
oaymitids is yet to be sed- There are
howeVer d.etting remnain to be
d'one,'abouiFrhii:h. -i ay sppropriately ol
fer afe thou hts.' bSlow plow.vitig-are
ow to be kept upand we ,think may be
coninued to advantage, almost..as long.as
there is space between the rows for the pass;
ig ofithe iuleind the plow Our convic
ions'aie decidedlyiifavor-of late workings
to this crop. . Aisthe ploiv only-operates in
'the middle 6f.the row,.the hoes must keep.
ll clei:iinth-e,-drill,' byscarefully removing
all remaining grass 'r weedaniiid keeping
up a- proper supply6o softeirth'about, the
ot of athe plant. The heapig of earth
-upon the rootisshould udt to be carried to
' -an extreme The laws ofnature and-its in.'
diations are tobe'iearded andsh'ould not'
olitid,"' t e roots too deep.
Before th'iisstie'f our next, this portion
of the brvest-ma afrived ithsome
It is -jiuestion of.importance and de9 ern,
settled to the injury of the corn to know
c o r wil l b e a r ye s tri p i n o f t b b a d s
when the fodder is ripe, or rather, when the
corn. will. bear -tlie.:sfripping -orf the -blades.
This should sverbe -done until thenilk has
a.d;ai idhshrinikin, of 'the-grain
i h ant riedThe expo'stfeof the.
'to lAt '9afisser syddeuin',lier
tea .4 . rain. is not. we l-e
dt vAlue'6tie whe fodder 'crop. The
..',:--blades wien pulled 'may be spread to dry in
the'middloof the. rows, or be hung in' small
bundliesepon he~ stalk. When dry these
are to l:-m'de into larger bundles and
staegd- Tmediately. This is done late in
theivening or in the morning, before the
de has'dried off. In an emergency, fodder
may- be stacked' when partially cured, and
as soon as it becomes hot in the stack, pull.
ed down again, slightly aired, and then re
stacked.- This is greatly preferable to hav.
ing it wet by rain, as it is much more ae
'etable as an article of food. When well
cured, the double or treble stack is better
than the. single,'as. so much less surtace is
exposed to the'weather. It would be better
and we suppose generally good economy, to
provide houses for all-such crops. But ne.
essity has Pot yet forced upon us the im
portance 'of much care, in this department.
We have given our advice about saving
fodder, becadse it has been the long estab
1ished reliance of the Southern -planter for
hlis kind o1 food, aind because we ate not
ready *for iti total abiandonment. ~Yet all
are, prepared to admnit that it is hard;<disa.
greable wgtk._baIry .laid out. _We hqve
bieen hinting very stogyfr hneu
and as we think it practicable and desirable
that it. shoul4d be mrade, we in' good time,
'urge upon obr-renderstat try- and see what
nay be -one this sudanier, in" -hayjumaking.
this, has been assigiied. to higher latitudes,
and it-is (rue, that the hay. which we buy is
made from'.grassses which seem to flourish
best in them ;Qbut-.we have our peculiar
-. grassesa generous Providence has not with.
heldromv usher gifts, in thsregard. Our
erro, wethin, its been in discarding and
refusing those, gifts, and failing properly to
It is not longer a question of doubt or de
bate, as to what may be done withi the crab.
-grass, crowvfoot andi peavine. These are all
peculiarly and confidently ours. We get
frm our corn two hundred and fifty or three
weoften have upon' our stub~ble lands, with-i
out -the trouble of sowing or culture.. manyI
acres of luxuriant grass which would yie~ld
five or ten tiies-as much in hay. TIhis w'eI
leave to bleacI and .dry as a-thing of no ac
As we. have remarked, necessity has not
b een laid upon us.; hence we have been con
t. dt~if. $ere is a better aylet it
- sii (bidayjauhe imnd ts
biw~chthave been made, have fajiled because
-* .npropgrijndule'd-the girass has been
efttoo,Jlng 'It ..bould .be. cut wihen in:
bl4oom, exposed1tothe' sun until about hialf
cm-ed, then-thrown into smal-heaps'or ~riks,
'and allowed to'eur-e in that way-aflter which
iR isjto I acked or carried to the batin.
T'he. common .error has been to wiait until
4he grasav'asein seed, and wvhen .cut, to -al- ,
low it'tc be exposed to the sun- until it w'as
fully 'dry; thus - ljowing. much or its nutri
* ~tious juidesto :escapa before cutting,.and the
balance to be~lostindfrying. The crowfoot' 9
gi-ass.might be-raisd to great advarntage by:
saving thd seesl, to .be~so,wved upon lrich well
preared. lots...We shal.l at another tim
*say something~ about 'the practicability of
.raising 'the red, loveir this far Squth,.and',
many of our eadeidi' disbt-not, will be
- surprisfat'the'Lilaiindestimeny ihich
-.may be produed in its -favor.. Buti our 'pre
sent purpose0is to urge the use of the'means .
which we alreadyghave, without wasting dur
*time in regrets or uregmutedofebts,1to m:
troduce the products which-beldng by nafure,
patriotic, but while we areo-waiting for their a~
consurnmation, there is'nod ned thakt we re
* fuse.the gifts already bestio e~7'
DMCIN WN DRAJNING.
-.We have devoted much oT our space in :s
former volumes, to tile subjebt-ef-ditching,
*andlhide endleavored'te-ipzed the ialue of 'r
~ proper--drainage =to a1H our cultiirated' lands, n
for-saccessful cropping. This subject has ec
lost nonie of its importance with us, and we s<
-'ingratified to know that as the question of u,
inproved culture is being agitaued, the ne- se
cessity for freeing the soil from all stagnant d<
*water, is being better understood,. and more pl
extensively practiced. There are many fiat, er
low basin spots on almost all farms, wvhich ei
show no- pond or standing water upona the di
surface, yet upon examination, it would be he
found at the distance of one, twvo or three fa
feet below, standing all through the spring, ci
sending up, from, these stagnant pools poison- ta
ens. influences, defeating all efforts to start a tir
.erep. The extra work expended each hb
spring, (alt-of which often ends in failure ate
last), would be quite sufficient to afford- r-e- 6
lief, and make a permanent cure, byamitting. tl6
a ditch to bear off the w'iater. For suchi tit
would answer the purpose, and leave n1 ugly
scar to mar the beauty of the farm. .Bbt- we c
1o not now propose a treatise on'this'suh- 4
ject, but to:,suggest this, as one o the eur-' r
ployments:which might properly and profita. '
blj engage the attention of planters, in the '
leisure soon to ensue, when the crop is made. c
Some places covered with water in the win. s
ter and 'springae.ow dr, and a few' strong
men constantly employed.with good spades z
and 'shovels, ivill soonl acconiplish a large
%mount of ditching. -
When the season for field work shall have i
slacked off, there are many little jobi to I
claim attention. -PuyoAr roads all- in good
order,.. 'clen *the fenop corners, i'side and i
out--thi'addsto the neat appearance of the I
farm; apa preserves the fence-from rotting;
look to little repairs about the-houses, espe
cially the cribs; barns and gin-houses, clean
lards,-removing all decaying.vegeta
ble matter, .*i:-filth, which might generat4 j
feier, and -whiiewash all the- negro houses
inside and out with lime.. Much more. will
be- saved in the health of negroes, than all
these little precauti6nary measures will.cost.
A good plantation barbecue about this time,
.puts a bright face upon the closing-sbene,.nnd
it.benefits will..be seen. in renewing obliga
tions to cheerful.obedience. sFear is-a servile
Passion; some..s q.. the negro knows no
other; this' we Ii6Ao bean' error, butithat
there are higkber n ler impnulses to be fauid
in their hearts, to 'hieib successful appeals
may, be, made irr their governments
man, which may. apyroprklyb aldi
age of pppism.. -is.a heti0aodfiddvheii
he is a ht -e.ali boy-a g'oond i
kMs thi~a'.d mhn- when the bund, tnoked
TsA. a razors-.
_ tr~e~x6.:iiin ivte hel
tance." .ei tight pintaloons, displaylhg
immense moral and' physidal courage in ven
turing into the world- wkh such slender sup
ports us they contain ; a rravat of great pro.
portions; a knowing, half-jockey, half-gen
tiemen hat-; fancy vest, gold chain, and a
quizzing-glass, make up the external qualifi
cations of the pert young man.-He sets his
legs apart in addressing men old enough to
be his grandrather, twirls his cigar, and calls
him " mny dear fellow," or " my boy." His
parental parent he always calls " the gover
nor," and never thinks of him, or refers to
him, except when he wants the " governor
to come down handsome," who as he maii
tains has no right to " expe-ct a mann " to lie
unable to pay his billiard expenses. He
walks the streets as though he owned them;
salutes the ladies with a fisCiniatinig smile,
and takes off his hat to them when he ins
passed them, as though he (lid not wish the
courtesy to be observed; but, then, he hat
observed older men (d0 this, anid he thinks it
"demn'd gentlemanly " to do so likewise.
His conversational powvers are very limited
never having fathomed anything deeper than
the bottom of a brandysmaush, or exto ide
his inquiry beyond the bill of fare of biia ;a
vurite restauraut. In 145 manner, to laa~ie.
he is rather patrouising, nd at the sanm
he acts upon the conviction of the inferiority
of the sex, and, -in the next, 'with considera
tion with regard to the killing effects of hik
own heamity aind many accomnplishments.
tHe cannot 'possibly marry them all,.and to
show partiality would lie unfair. .His bead
is the only place~vwhere nature acknowledges
a perfect vacuum.
ABENEVOLENCE AND HAPPINESS.
Alhfe f passioniate gratificationi is not to
be compared with a life of active benevo
lnce. God has so constituted our nature,
that a-man cannot be happy uuless he is, on
thiniks he is, a meanis of doing good. J udging
rom our own experience, we cannot eon
eeive ot a picture of more unutterabile
wretchedness than is furnishned by one wvho
knowvs that hIe is wvholly useless in the
world. Give a man what you please, sur
rourid him with all the means of gratifica
tionn, and yet let the conviction comie home
o him, clear arid irresistible, that there is
1ot a beinig ini God's universe a whit thne
etter or happier for his existence ; let him
Feel that he is thus a blot upon, because a
blantk in, the universe, and the universe will
not furnish a more unhappy being.-Hlerein t
lies the solution of that to many, inexplica
ble fact, that the schemes of mere selfishnes
wyevewi jai .howerpx egless
le j~ys,. bu t2always to' the pains- of those
who originafe anid engange in-thema. It is not
,owith 'a riian of ogposite characteristies.
Fake fromin i wha't you, please, anid you do
ot take frorn him the -elements of his joy. if
rou 'leave him- the conviction that in any
v*y lie is useful. If you contract the circle,:
ad diminish the sphere of his infinenee, y'ou'
etract from his joy-only as you detract fromt
is- means of doing good. And' as we cari
ot conceive of a more wretched beingf than
ne who -feels hiinself to be 'the slave of an'
ncontrolled selfisliness, so 'we 'cannot con
elve of-.aippier being than a man of tru
ybenevolent heart, whose. wishedescribe
he circles and hound the:,sphere of .his in
lence, and whose means are atmple to give
ose wishes a full expression.-Mason.' -
DON' T E IN A HUnar.-Trhe philosopher j
fthe Willianisburg 'Daily Times melizes ii
~r the consol~ationl of young'ladies who wvant "
Sget mari-ied and can't, as folloivs :-.
She stood beside the altar when she was
xteen. Shewias in-loye ; her destiny rest
d on-a creaturein fashionable clothes, with e
n empty: pocket. lie "ecomes p f iigood a
smily,"however, and bl'ood,.you .know, is
onething. .:Shedlooked lovely as she pro
ounced the.0 v~'Think of'4 vow from an
urn hair, dark eyos, an4 pouting lips, only n.
xteen years old! 'She stood beside the ,
sh-tub when' her tweajy~fifghjiijr~lday ar
ved. The-hair, the eye.s, and thie lips were -
ot -calculated to.-excite. the, heart.-Five
ross young ones were& about the room;
>me crying, some br.eakingthings, and one
rging the immediate sup~ply of the lacteal
cretion. She stopped in' despair and sat
awn, and tears trickled down her once
ump and ruddy cheeks. Alas! Nancy,
iry marriages are not this ,dodge. Better
joy youth at home, and hold lovers at a
stance, until you have limb, muscle and ed
art, to face the frowning world and a 'tin
mily. If a chap really cares for you, he th
in wait two or three years, make presents,
ke you to concerts, and so on, until the
no comes. Early marriages and early cab- -
iges are tender prodntnga
Doeis'Ap i~it been .discovered1
stLwoe a tIsrrare fed for romea
neon sussage uai'A;,they begin to
STANDING AT CHURCH DooRSit .84 a
ommon practice, when' a congregation is.
istnissed, to see a line of young gentlemen,.
nnged al'ong the curb stone, staring impuo
ently at every female that comes out, nnd
ften indulging in impertinent remarks that
aniot but be heard by those who are the
qbject of them. Very rarery there may be
Dund amonig the mob of dandies and dunces,
husband, a father,. or brother, whom uina
Oidable circumstanees has prevented attend
tig church, and who k waitiair to accompa
y a wire, daughter, -
Such, of course, %i- -
s escrcelf one-in ta
is they. form, in Tho.
ule, we shall speak
his custnn without --.-.
he addle headed ladr. .. -
id canes, averaging a
ighteen - years of age, who form the great
nass of 'these' impertinent spectators, that
,e would hold up to public reproof.., Where
ire the':fathers of these y Mdandies
Where is the wholesome rod whichSolomon
recommended I-Where4sthijfplice I
- Only a refined fenaleknowshow annoy
ing it is to, run: the.ginftetof these imma
ture boys. . Nor do ttey 'spore anybody
The mi-ron is just 'as mue at their"' y
as the- naiden;: thyplainface s sujectf-to
remark as th eb tiful -onethe lio'rl'y
dressed as open to iiiipertinence as the ndst
richly attired. One female meets a sneer as
she, pnses because .he' -does iot. nppi to
please- the fan yrof some yonoolwhile
the cheeks -f'*iiatheris' are imna e to ti e
by his loud.and iisolentvadiration.:.$. en.
where the lady escapes dithopt serbalin
sult4 she is stared'.cut-ofrcountenance,-.and'
has nd resource, ex ptxidroyiher ;vie
urry on; and e iid eiN t. inr6 0 se1f1
1)2( -.. IS -
aJ tIfijl e4,n th rt
71 The A bbevillk Banner.-ad. Anderson Ga
zette will each oopy the above .furAtigres and -fr.
ward accounts to L. D.
HO! FOR FLORIDA
0-P-H! FOR THE LAND OF FLOWERS, MIL( AND
T H E Subscriber ofrers for sale his- TR ACT. OF
LA N ), containing about 850 acres, More or
Icess, lying 12 mil-s Southwest of Anderson. C.- H.,
in one mile of boat navigatiun on. Savannah River.
300 acres of *which is cleared land, and SO or 90
acres good bottom land. This tract is susceptible of
di vision into two or more tracts. -
Also, aniotner Tract of 250 aicres. situated on Big
Generostee creek, 11 miles Southwest of Ander.,
Ronl, 20 acres of which is No. I bottom, and about.
90 acres wood lnd.
. Also,.anotlierTract containing 480 acres, 350 of
which are wood land, and about 30 acres of bottom
land, lying adjoining the Everdreen tract, on the
Atugusita road, also oil the road leading from Ander
son C. U1. to Athens. Ga.
Also. _nther tract cmnining 100 acres, lying
'in the road leading from A nderson 0.11. to Dooly's
Persons desirous of' purchtasing-will apply to, or
iddress mc at Eergreen, A nderson District, S. C.
I shall at any timle take pleasure in shewing all or
ither of the above tracts, to any person wiishting to
purhlase. J AMAES E A RLE.
A pril 20 tf 14
Splendid TFarm foil Sale!
I'll1E Subscriber .i1i'rs fair sale hier valun})le set
lllciemeit,~k-inwjt as ER iEEN,~ ifiaIdd
in Anderson D)istrict, R. C., 12 nmiles South-west
if the.Town of Andersan, and' four miles east of
the Savnnnah Rive-. This p!ace comprises Eleven
lundred Acres, Seven hundred oaf which is in fine
Woodland. One Ilundred and Fit ty Aeres of best
reek Bolottll, mo.tly in cultivation, and 400 or 500
eres of Uphmld, all in a good state of culture.
(Tpon the premlises is a neat and suabstantial Dwel
ing llouse. KitIchen, Niegri Houses. Barn, first-rate
Flcuring and Saw Dlill,
~nirely new, Store-llouse and other necessary out
This place combhines many advaritasges for an en
erprci1inaan air business. It is situated in a fine
ieihborhooad, accessible .roma all points. productive
andcls, anad as a plaee oaf busincss., equual to any ill
he lI istrict. Terms mde oasy toi purchasers.
The Subderiber also ofl'ers for sale l6 eligible
n the Town of -Anderson.
For further partieulhn-s apply to the Subscriber at
Evergreen, or to Messrs.. harrison & Broyles, An
lersoat C. 11.
Apa-it 20 tf - - 41
Beach Island Land -for Sale -
l'1E Sbcriber oflfers lit private sale FIVE
.HUDE ACRES of JBeachi.Islandc Swamp
.and, lying oin the Rivei-,' and' adjoining lands of
amuel Clark. and Jameis T. G ardner, anad rented
he present year by .Jamies T. Gar~lner.
Ab-mu 400 acres' -of the above Tract are cleared
nd "wvell implroveil. Thec balance in Cypress and
ther samip timber,
Silverton, S. C. R sy 4 tf- -- .36~
FROM1 the Subseraber, near Joned~
Bridge, Norh 5dasto River,m on he
-27th of JlulLast sa smnall SOR REL
HOitSE and aCREAM COLONED
4ILLT. No marks of gear ori eathier. On the.
ide of thet sorre1s badlitliersis i seite'eaused by
he saddle. ' - - - -
Any informatibn cotncerningt maid- borses will be:
hankfully receiVed, anil any pei'son - taking themin
p-and informing-the Subscriber of the samle will
e liberally rewvarded and all reasonable. expenses~
Ball Swamp, Orangebur-gjS. C.: .
A ug17. - Im .. --31
totice to Fi'ee-School Teachers
[ N consa quence of' tibegreat incerease of Scholar~s
Luder thle late extetision of the 3d Class, the
oard haave determtined to pay for only one Scholar
a'famlily of persons possessed of moerate means
hich may be'eall-d the-4th Class to distinguish it
oni the old 3d Class. Comnmissioners are regnest
to explain to the Teachers the limits of the 3d 1
'lass proper. .
Teachaers, are requested to nmake out-their ae
uatswitha more care. Plate the childrenNs names,
ad the number of ~days they have been taught in
prate columns tand add up' the figures of' all the
,lumns correctly.- The accounat inuest show the
ziber of childian taught.
Comnmissloners and'-Teachers who may -see thi.
tice are requested to circulate it as much as pos
ble. By order of the Board.
Aug1O - R. T. MIMS,Se'ry.1
Aug 10 - 4t.. 3
LL those whoi tare indebted to the Subscriber
1are requested to make some arrantgement to
ttle up by thle 15tha Septenmber ntext. Thtose who
ill not comaply with this request will have to settle -
ith an Attorney. D. D. BRUNSON.
Aug10 6 30
SLL'Persons indebted to the Estate a or Hugh
Neal, dee'd., previous to his deatha, are request
to make payment before the 1st of Oct. next. And
te havintr demntads against thte ane will hand
mn in properly attested before that time.
W. S. MOB[EY, :-Admr
M. -M. HIGGINS. - 'm .
Aug 10 8t- -. . 30 t
LL Pdsns indebted to theestaesfifenry F
. Freennn deerdC- 'iill corne fonvrwa inrme
tely antd-amake pay~nent' an dimuairlig4e
ds will retider th~em i ~ etdk -.r
-J~. EU. -ENNI GS$Ei'od
V S B Cl Ji s-now receiu thet
-I.hii 'oeof IN An s1M~~aGOC
S 18S OF LADI~
----AMONG WHICH -
Bara esr wan d beautifur patterns G
ilk Tise aid1Baa , '
foulard Silke of .I fahrie for Spring,
French ~ ~ ; I adrad 4,ns, fromn 124 to 6 i4
r-a laoal trt
ors forWtu, --
Fuinit re Puiqtui Striped for borderig
6 ilts -
Bak ribuzines all qualities,
and Youths' Spr
Drtp DLL ~ *' _CAN BE
DriyD tt muett
Whwt ad nen'iriih gS,
- For Housi
'D'ismk'L ~dl~W th-bor ers, some
%.4 ad - ro'iT~ibe Damask,
Gertr~r- a oh rorng Furrmturc, a
-ached ind BroWn.J
- ee bought tor CAS
snainntion is respect
so I n t, fiQR~
READY IA CLOTHING, TRI
NDER THE U. S. U(
M., NEWBY 2c?0.,' are nowieceiving th
. Redyfade C ftliilg-ever offered in this c
mproved styles *arifaciuie.,
A GOOD SUP OF BOYS YOUTE
Country Me nts.and all persons visi
and xaminoour S for themselves.
AtzgustaSet2 2 __________
SNO ii ..EA R
iedfn ev. York al hrgeeuPPly
A tUERNlNG 00D, amnn which are
Superio Black 13' n si some for stimmer
wear a'nd best qsiality.
Plain and Satini Stripe Elack Chcllys.
Superior plain S ~ eges of te best quality.
Satin. plaid M1aniise, 'boautifl article.
Plain Black Grenadin4. aof superior quality.'
M'ourning- Musliais a~ Ginghamns of the best
English Crnpe an a o.~vk Lisse Veils.
Ladies' Mouring M laof new and beautiful
Ladies' plain bltk ~ htc pointed Crapc Coli
'With .almos r~~-article required for
.laies' Alourn . '.
-May 25 r1T9
Negro Clo~lhs ad Osnaburgs
At Very' Prices !
Q NOWD&N d& SH~ R, Augusta, Ga., have
k) received a large p$) ~y of NEGRO~ C OTLIS
of George Schley's iand the A ugusta Munufacturing
Also, the superior gero CLOTHS made by the
Messrs. Fries -of No~ Crolina, and other styles,
to which they.respely invite the attention of
Planters arid-country - ~chants. -
-S. & S.: keep~eons !ly o~n hand a large supply
of COTTON OSN N '3RGS, Sirtingsannd Sheet
inp G~ s fatrn Company, which
they sell at the M'nr~~er'% prices.
Augusta, .luly Il1' tf 26
C-Part l'ship Notice,
T HAVE this~ dayj ,einted Mr. I IOM1AS E.
IU1lTf in business with me, whieli will in fuituie
be transaeted uiider 4e'firm of 1BowEas &5 IllerT.
S. E. BOWERIS.
Hamburg, N~ov 52
L persons -.itt ited to S. E. BOWERs, wtill
Apease call and. their noutes and accounts,
as' I am desirotts of 6osg nmy old - business imme
diately. - ' S. M. 13OWERS.
Hlamburg, Nov 5, 1662.
WHOLESALE AND) RETAIL
~JEacoa, 4r4 ugar, Coffee,.
Nol sseu, Syrup, Mackerel,
Whole, :Ha nd Qtarter Bnrrels. and Famaily Mess
SPERMi 4 DAiANTIS$ CANDLES, LAMP
AND:1NSEED LRAIS'INS. AL
ANS' I~7 (F^ALL KINDS,
- ~P~SERVfS, -PICKLES,
reh Lo strs/namon-and Sardines,
-PCSALf A'8DIESF TNGJ
FN ABRANDIES, WIES,
li'etta d. Bye WVhiskey,
Pt -Wesel &&~to~ ofL...ROCKERY. and
~L4SS WA ~ -BOW-ERS & IIITT.
uirg, 5852. . tf 43_
13HIE Subsci rb~~ g renewed and inereased
.;'fa~iliteus rr l~ess, akes .this inethuod of
forming his In1tij;that he still remains at,
he samne place wIc~~eias ;last y5*ar,, and con-e
ines to aakie Ds Doable Sole and Pump a
3'0Oi',i ofte anetnd best Materials, and good e
I have1 ioond -.utiful variety of, Boots
d Shoes 4f pyp Menifseare, which, for one n
aonth, wil sel o rarcEs FOR CASH. . d
Jan 12 k1 5t 52 I
~BARI - lon .ngayela aspd Mil-p
,1 er's' lpR -
Ameri uF ne -4ENDY, r
Mdeira, *e i t. Mahiga. WINES, Il
Pipermnt nd.PerectLoPS CORl- F
LEMON SYR '!the Gallon or Bottle.
irish ad StcWJKEY,
Cider and Whit 'iVINEOAR,
Pin, lRalf-pinl s ~rtPFLASK.
W in ~m~ 1end Porty BOTTOL ES,
Nov2 - ~HODGES, AGENr.
LOT.,of..En * S1iP]%RIOR _STRAW H
COT1EiS. : .pr
A lt oerio Straw Cutters,
G i~pri.tFAN MILI.S,
Io &Oou ULAR SAWS, r]
p hie be m-'n the mst aedonimoda-J
- ru.'il ~ethem.' on
Store' formerly occupied by H. B. JAcKSoN)
hDScomprising the latest and mostrdesirable
I' DRS GOODS,
AY BE FOUND
loves and Hosiery in every variety, for old and
adies'and Gents' Linen C. Handkerchiefs, from
lots to 86, each, n
:liznheth Collars, a splendid article, e
inen Braids and Bobbins, both Plain and Ser
ing and Summer Clothing
Real Freneh Hering bone Drillings
UnionBriiwn, Striped and Grasi' Linens,,
Cottonades and Col'd Cuibletsl &c.
-40 inch Pillow Case Linen,
.40 " Coiton,
Real Irish Linens Undressed,
100.ineh Lace Musquito Netting,
-Blenched and Brown Shiriings, all qnilities%
I arolina and Georgia 7.8 and 4-4 Brown
Shiriiigs nd Shedtings,
Georgia Stripes and Osnaburgs, at Factory
Marlboto Phids and'Stripes; &c., &c.
l,indtfeenintsi ill be offered to the purcha
- K:A..RANSO ,.AGENT FOR.
JNS CARPET BAGS, &c., &c
)TEL AUGUSTA, GA.
B LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT of
ty. Their Stock'consists of the latest and most
S' AND CHILDREN'S. CLOTHING.
ting our city, are respectfully solicited to cali
dk - 36
1 !M. O. PRICE & CO., TAiLoas-FOR,
Il sPitr.G TIADE-Are coustantly
manufacturing anld AT ALL TIMES well supplied with
the newest styles or
Clothing of. all descriptions,
COATS, PA NTALOONS, VESTS, -SHIRTS,
UndersIIrth ansd Drawers,
CRAVATS, SCARFS, GLOVES, BELTS AN~D BRACES,
HOSI ERY O F A LL KINDS,
Trunks, Travelling Bags, &c.,-kc.
TOLET FURNIShING-Fancy Soaps, Ex
tracts. Cloth and llair Brrushes, Combs, Rogers'
Kgiesghars Prses an. PortMinies5,Qanes,
UmrlaHts, Caps,nnn every article of-den.
tlemen dress and- persog rlurpitture..
TO IJE-'R A DE-W. are well supplied with
CLOTh-S. CASSIflERIES. V~ESTIN GS AND
TRIMIMINGS: Cloths by the pi.ce,.pattern or
yard. wvhich we will sell as low as enn be-bought in
New York City.
WM1. 0. PRICE,
- W. T. INGRIAHIAM.
No. 258 Broad-street, Augusta Ga.
March 30 tf 10 -
GEORGE [R0 IlNSON & -H-. B. JACKSON
have sssociated themselves together, for the
Ltransactmng of a
General Hardware Business,
(nder thet style of RosassON & .JACKson, 11amnburg,
where we will ailways keep an extensive assnrtment
af EVE .IY THIN G in that line, together with
Saddles, Bridles,'Hlarness, Leather, Trunks, Whilis,
Homaiburg, A pril 27 tf 15
ROBINSON k JAcKSON,
HAMBIJURG &. C.
HAVE now on hund a most complete Stiock
-i of Hardware, anmngs! which may be
,200 Ton Engl~sh and Swee~d Irun,
500 Kegs Nails,
20,000 Lbs. Castings,
--50) Doz. Collins' Axes,
75 -" Brades' Patent Ioes and others,
5 ." Superior Straw Cutters,
20 "Spades and -Shovels, -
- 10. " -Rakes,
Tilletson and others make of Viees anid Anvills,
A complete Stuck of'Poekot and Table Cutlery,
Plains, Saws, Chisels, SerewsIlinges,
Knobs, Bfelloivs liitts,Guns,
-~w .- Pistols, Shot 15ngs
Pw-rFlasks. Cotton and: Wool Cards,
Well Wtheels. Kettles, Stew P'ans,
Frying Pains, G ridirons, lammer~s. I atchets,
racks~, Wafer, and Wn illirotis. Candle Sticks,
Steelyards, Mai rking Guages. Spirit Leveis,
*A ndit ons;Shiovels and Tongs, Screw
*Plates, Compauses, Thum
Guages, Pe'rcursion .
Uamburg, A pril 27 tf - 15
IsR O W N'S.
Essence of Jamaica Ginger,
fHIS ESSENCE is warranted to possens,. in a
concentrated form, all the valuable properties of
AjIJAICA taINGER, and vwill'be'found, on trial, an
xcellent Family Diedwine. It is particularly recom-n.
tendded as a tonic, to persons recovering fromfever or
thier diseases, a few drops impartin-g to the stomaeli
glow and vigor- eqnal to a wine-glassful of brandy
rothier stimulant, withonut any of the debilitating
licrs whlich are-sure to follow the. nsd of lignor of
ny kind ; and itis therefore especially -serviceable to
hldren and females. To the aged at - will prove a
reat comnfort; to the dyipeptic, and to those wh'o are
rediisposed to gout or rheumatic aff'ections, it gives
real relief; anid to the -irnebriate who wishes to re
,m.hbutwhose stomach is 'constantly craving the
nxious liquor, it is invaluable.-givaiig tone to the
igestive organs, and strength .-to resist tefnptation;
rid is consequently a great agent in the cause of
Persons desiring an article that can be relied upen
repared solyfrom pyire JA MAICA GINGER,shoui
t( inger," which-is warranted to be what it is re~
senied, andis prepared only at FR ED'K BROWDIV
rg -md Chemical Store, N. E. corner Chetnut ane
ifth Streets, Philadelphia. -1
Directinme accomipany each bottle.
Por'sale in this Village by G. L.-PENN, Agent.
May 4 - ly 16
r I-E Subseriber having erected a t~
I.new building in the rear of Messrs
WiiArtrss & CUisiEi and L. HLL's
omres,.is prepared to do all -kinds of
wse-Shoeing and Plantation- work will receive I
itmpt attention. - -- S. F. GOODE. of
Jan1 -1 tf . . I at
Superior Lemon Syrup.
'HE Subsorikier has iow in Store, a supply -of
this delighful bevernige, which wil! be found
triat very nearly equal. to the pure juice of the
mon.. G. L. PENN, AGE..
pay0 20 tf 27
PRINO'DRYGOODS i i0
90 .Broad-Street, Augusta, Ga.,
3EG-to informtie publie that their SPRING
Xich and Elegant Dry Goods,
no~-ebomplete, eonsisting of the most beautiful
abries; imported for Ladies' wear, selected with T
e utmost care, and jurehased from the most emi
Mn lmportejs ani-Nsnufactitrers on terms which 3
iables us-to. oei SUIE-RIOR IND UCEMENTS
rp clijais, and in nmny.items great 3argains.
In- our-Drpesiood. Departmeut *ill be foid*
a most .eliaitit and beautiful SilkioithoSenasn, c
every hue and shadi., --
Rich BaregD . inesat very low prices.
PlnitAid Pj34 reges, njew and ek'gant I -
'inted. Qradiiuseand~Litiing S i, rs' id.I
mall figured Tight Barege, for Misses wea,
lain 1ua pr&endc Black Silki, Grenadines and
luregei extra tich and ba.autifil,
Lupin'aielkst:6nibdzines'anld-Challyrs- belt atd
preitistblourning goods imadej
Pitin nad'.Brocade Black Silks, ivet widtlr and
61 ull-sipply ~ral the best:Monrning Goos.im
*Frcnh'La.wns and Cambrierk i great- variety,
Plin Bareges,Grenadines tiud Tissues,- beautiful
Plain, stiipcd and check Silks for -Ladis' Spring
.anid Summer Dresses, --
Rich. embroidered Silk Flounced Robesr decidedfy.
Barcge and Tissno - --do do
Elegant-Embioideied -Linen Cambric 4anidker
chiefsalimietts, Untdersleeves; Cuflf-, Co
lara ad Cape, rieI an' beautiful
Rich and.elegant Cantbn'Crape-ShalWeypiPtrantI
embrni'iered- - ..
Pin and E 4broidered Sewing Silk'Slawls and
Mantillas, Sai-fs and Shawls of the most beau
tiful sty1ci', embroidered,
Rich Tjaes drfsg Shawls nd Mantiflas,
W hite Mudr16s of every description,.
LinenGoods of the best finish and inateil,
Double Damask best Linen Sheeting, ~
PilloW.Case Linen, -
I hniak arkApkiu and -Table.Cloths,
ipers of the very best dscr-ption fo ngi
Ilaunilton and Atendale Sheetn est .qualit
Blebed-and unbleAered-Shirtimigsv ery.ea1
Alaige sppI of E li
-Bet T% 'hmg Silk Mitts ahd Glovese
Alendale', Lanopstet and French Marseilles Quilts
A full supply of 'White Fringe,
A very large Stek of Domestic Goods. cheap,
A full stipply-of Goods suitable for Gentlemon
and Youth-'s ware.
In addition to-our usual supply, we have added
a large and handsome CARPET ROOM, over our
Store. where will be found the best India Matting,
Superior Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Door Mats,
,earth Rugs, B3nizes. Trunks, UnbrOlars and a'full
supply of CARPETING of dsffcrcnt kinds-at
New York prices-to which we respectfully invite
tie attcntion of the publie.
Augusta, A pril 11 2m 13
'DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
T AK ES this method of returning his thanks to
.his friends and patrons, for the patronage he
has received in the alecof Drugs, Medicines, &e.
lie-is now reeeiving ani addition to his already
extensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye stuffs, Paints, Oils-, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop 2'urniture, &c.
THlE FINEST- WINES AND .BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
*Fine:Cigars a nd Tobacco,
- Of his own anid.Northern make,
-French Extracts, -&c., &c.
Painit,' Hair, Hant, F/oe and Tanners Brtishes
TincturesM Iedicinal Oompoands,
.' ngde un ' lia~ n 4upereision in striek..
accordaree with tjhe U. S. Disp'ry.
The almost Reptitable Nostrins,
All of which he will sell at prices that will coinpart
favorably with-any Southern market.- Those wish
ing to purchase articlcs in. his lirce 'rill do well to
call and examine his Stock and prices.
Edgefield C. HT., Jan 22 tf 1
JOIIN iI. WIT T having, purchased ibe
texclusive interest of the 1A CH INE SHOP
of 41essrs. Bus~. & WITr, will keep constantly
on hand the following artie!cs, in coaiplete and ex
eellent ord er. and at the A ugusta prices, viz:
Sash filled with Glass and Primed,
made of all sizes 'and according to order.
Pannel Doers, Winadow Blinds,
DOOR FRAMES AND WINDOW FRAMES,
Bed Steads, Tables, Wash Stands, Chairs, Beau
reaus, Writing Desks. Work Sandas, Rook
Casce and all other Cabinet and
-Joiners Work. &c., &e.
Repairing and Job Work of every kind appertaining
to the above. articles,~ ad Furniture of every des
~ription,dond promptly anid upon' the-miost -liberal
.Edlgefield C. T...Dec 1..1852.. tf 46
WARDLAW & WkLKE-R,
FACTORS- AND COMiIlSSION
Comwssiona iou S:Li.Wa Cb ons
Fifty Cents per Bale.
1 HIE Subscriber having-formed a Co-Partnirship.
..with Mr,:W.A. WA RDLA W, of Charleston,
ormerly of A bbeville, S. C., for thie. purpon'e of doe
ng a GI ENERA L FA CTOR AGE~ and COMMIS
iON.BUSINESS,.aiails himself of the present
pportunity, of returning his sincerejlhanks to his'
umerou'e frie~nds for the liberal patonmage bestowed
or a number of years past,-and in nmoving, tenders
lie services of the new concern of W A RDLAW
k W A LKER, Chiarleston, where he -hopea many,
S not all his old patroiis will find it to their interest
o -ship their produce. -
The recent drrangcments of the South Carolina
tail Road Company will enable theti soon to have
SDcpot ni' thme :city of Augusta, thereby save the.
pense of Toll, and very greatly facilitate the for
arding of:.produce of any kind. -Mr. Jons C.
ter,Agent.of W.-&-W., in Augnsta, will attend
o the forwarding of all produe.e that their friends
nay feel- disposed .to send them, free of charge
ave drayage. -G. -WALKER.
.A ugustag July_19, 1852. tf 29
Par 3,0 00 .
ParHomue muade Plantation
[ARNESS, SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER.
anners, NPats Foot and -Lamp 0il,
R. T. MIMS.
July 21 tf 27
T TIHE OIED STAND-OF S. & J. GILBERT
-Cf!A'RTLtoN, s. C.
N . E.. M. CILIERT continue the
aCA RRIAGE PUSINESS at the abovestanmd, ~
os 35 and 40. Wentwortly Street, where they will S
pleased to exhibit to their old friends and us I
mers avery -i
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
mprisingt those of their own manufacture togethmei
rious other styles usually foaund in this market. t
Their long acquaintance with this market asn
anufacturers and Dealers will enable them to
fer great induceents to purchasers both in style
Aug25 tf 32
SPPLTCATION will be made at the next Se.- fe
sion of.the lzegislature to re-Charter the Town w
Edgelield B. C. ' .- - . 'I.
3. +rm 2nt
CW DAVID'S HEBREW nLASn,
"HE GREAT REMEDY for Rhmlatism, Gout,
Pain in the Side, Hip, Aack, LidAlh and Jointt',
irofula, King's Evil, Whie Swelling, Hard Tumors,
iff Joints and all fixed pains whatever.
WVacre this Plaster is applied,
Pain cannot exist.
It has been beneftcal in cses of weakness, such as -PAin
d Weaknew in the Stomach, Wesk UmIs, Lasrenm
slon of the Lungs in their primary tages. ItdesioJ3 i
mmatior by peplVIrAtin.
Thefolowingomendad inQ ange
renton, Tcees * ' :
Tamrro , GI~nC.
ssas.ScovuL-4.EAe -I -'i
G.entleien:.1The Hebrew e,
issection. There is a Iay-i thW
5uld not-be withoutthratef
mrail e - -lleelp* -
Ma a. I - ---
proei~ls and ca
organize ive td ea
) the ne uru is
arisng fDo a diseas wifh s
apcii n ny hM bai
f e t ken
P11il aoe. ; u
Lteer Pills stand preineaa.0sJSla i~Xi~~.'
organized-Liver Vi healihy aedop ben. fig rt e
they* have, attained.- Tlhe numer9u~fihrmnIijbie
arising from a disessjd,'.Uver,wJhlch aolon $l
or the most emidlentplyt*Janhi n~ta* -N
rendered easy of eure 'hksf6 the etudyand. 01rsevern
of the .distingnisied phyielgn-whg e'iame5
One bears-a name 3hich wlL aeeito /- Y e
deservIng of gratitude. pThts' iriduible. a ou
always be kept within riach: arid--ontheA. e oi
.earliest symptoinsof disesed Liver,-ican Aafend-pes
The above valuableM iineare for.sae in this on",e in.
Sgenerby G.L.'ENN:-WAJELAV*DEN b .
dil C. H.: A. J; CREIGI1TON, 1faibg,-tdboed
Agent in every.Town intheSouth.
A pril18 l - . "-nt
HERE 8S YO0 W ND3(
A mo~ta miraculoue cure of Bad gLe#j:, ft
ErrAser of,# letteru Mrf.Wn. M GlMA.ADr
Mary'.StreetfWeymbuthdated2ay 16th, 184.
To PsoFmo oil.oiLowqAT, .
S A the age of18Ynywith (.ho is
a v AolOnt cold,'w'hcl'estirli iii r1'erig d r.
time the'y-have.beenmorercr~less soen. sad~tf l~tue~
Her agnieere-distractlug andr reontbe-j
suffered seveey,'arid' the uakrherulp s~gr~
-yurPlln0 ntts id.siL~Ote
~other remedy )had povefel
She'commigueed sIx~sreekpsoa ea,
in good health. ar itsueres
an'hereq snd. uci b~eit~
nessed the zfring if my wife'dun ie1s
con act utitn irsym-rsol ~ene.'of
woe .ipdedfeldeli te a -tie
Signegd) - WILT.i GALPHIN.<
A pereopa'(Oye*~e of age ei o bae eg,..f
Cot'v of a letter 'frojn'3r9WNs.: iaflnb ofu Sa
Ovens, of Rushifre,psarlHuddeedld, dt M185
To PaOFzssoa Ilottowir,
Sta:-lsulfered for a period ofihi'ty ye n.fon~ a.~
te result of two or three n'ecdenisatGu Woks:eemp
nled by scorbiutic symptoms. .1I had recoe. to 16- iy t,
medical'advice, without deriving an sni nP
tohl that the ieg- must be ampuktat [ehtlonto~th
opInion, your Pills, and Olntment have.efce :ampi
cur in soshor atlnie'tl~at few irhq,1iad-not winessedt it~wcu -a
creditthe fact.L (Signed). . WILMI.BS
The truth of this stat.Lment can be verified j,:eMr. W. P
England. Chemiit,-1$ Market Street, Huddensfeld.'
A Dredful Bad.Breat-cirdione-mons A
Extract of a letter from Mir. Fuzoxs~cK~leat, of Pen
shursiKent. dated December 18th,85 -SO~"
To .PaoP~zsoa HOL.LOWAYT,
Sta: Miy wife had sutiered from Rasd.Blreast for -mose ~a
six-ponlha, and during the whole period hadi thabu d
cal attendence, but-ali.to.n4o.ibe. Havina befbreoelda
awful wound iri'my-own leg . -go'r univatted aes
dtrpined agatin to use- your Is and-Qintmctand inec'
fore-gave them trlal.in her easi and orthusie I .didsh
f~r in less than 'a month a perfect edre was efce, a h
benefit thatvarlous other branches qfmrnadk~nily hveneai'
from truse1b really astonishIng.- Lnow trongly :rectk
mend thomn to-all my frends. .' .2.- -
- (Signed). - FREDEEICK T~UL
.'rTlie Pills should' be -d.'~disjdnty.,wlih thO8$$
met in moest'of the fllng ases .--A -
:Bad Legs. Bad Drede BirsBe~u to~
toes and Sand Flies,. o*a, Chteg-e.Q
Cliappedhants Cors .~n Caee anil
Joints, EW flnadis~anla Ghit idl
Sld at the establshmnist.
Empre, and'of. of lie.Uht
SA DS. New'Tr,hdTMQ F
- Mee is-a'onsid~be savnb-l1 tid h~ageias~
-N.B.-Dlrecionlr theguildsanotpsnets eyer l '
4rder are afixedint each Pet. - -
3rch 30 - - 1y - -
IaiIadies, Bik'H1ead-ache, Dizzirres. Loe of-r
Appetite, Constipations of ihe-Bp~noel,, .g
caused liy:Cestieni,:ain ii hthe.Bebri
Rheumatin tcabse 'ytse sf-..Aercvir
HIS'PREPA ATlONisiu .eas preas'possi
Lbie. Its -bitter taste, and. beei teffrecsts
liseses afthe Liver, and disear aaing froma im.
nre statuot tihe Blond, bro erf b 20 hele
repatin of.arapariilli au~n.
Those who have used. the vrots
iasapanU'awill find, by the 'taste a fe$ di~
here is mof-Sarsaprllain one biottioft
rs' preparationi than in half a dosabotils
eneally iuale. -'< "'' -
Iz-aterative .aiidinildy purgtive efre'cs-er
oesf make'it iso onlI. gosubtitor
ur,uifdufu jai sem~ ieaa ii
e timprdent is Of Mercu . ~
- flPrepedtonlyb6Ji.D~II KD
Georgia. .. '
oluba; A. J. eChrr'p:iwe a u ~ i
7un., D. B.- r aNtaD
- J. Teatur'W. 4.Kr
A' APAR1LLA. D -
June 86,1851 - f
rHE Undersigned respectfully informs 'hi old
I customers, friends and the public generally that
e has removed to his BBC STOR E, on Centre
treet, between Messrs. Josusi Slsr~zv and GEoG \
os:NeuN, where be offers for sale a'gelieral assort
Mr. EL.:nU HoDeGs is my duly suthorised -Agent
sell Goods, and the businessa will be condute~
rder the style of E. HODGES, Agent.
H. A. KE~NRICK.
Hamburg, ov 29t 4g.
UST arrived the FINEST.- lot of POCKUg
KNIVES ever in Auausta or H~amburg,
of the best SUPERIOR R AZORS, w'
a warrant to give satinflnetion.
-ROBINSON &~ JA