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THE GOOD OLD PLOW.
Lir them sing who may of the battle fray,
And the deeds tiat have long since past;
Let them chant in praise of the tar whose days
Are spent on the ocean vast.
I woild render to these all the worship yor please,
I would honor them even now;
But I'd give more far from my heart's full stoe,
T-1the cause of the Good Old Plow.
Let them laud the notes that in music float,
Through the bright and glittering halls;
While the amorous twirl of the hair's bright curl,
Round the shoulder of beauty falls.
But dearer to me is the song frm the trees,
And the rich and blossoming bough,
19; these are the sweets whieh the rustic greets
As he follow-the Good Old Plow.
Full many tliere-be that daily we see,.
With a selfish and holl.w pride,
Who the plowman's lot, in his humble cot,
With a Acornful look deride;
But I'd rather take a hearty shake,
From his hand, than to wealth I'd bow ;
For the honest clasp or his hand's rough grasp,
Has stood by the Good Old Pow.
All h'nor be then to these gray old mcn,
When at last they are bowed with toil;
Their warfare then o'er, they battle no more,
For they've conquered the stubborn soil;
And the chaplet eaeh wears, is his silver hairs ;
And ne'er shall the victor's brow,
With a laurel crown, t the grave go- down,
Like the sons of the Good Old Plow.
FA~tWR REAISE YOUR OWN HORSES AID
It seems to us very strange, that while the
farmers of every other State in the Union
are turning their attention to the raising of
their own horses and mules, those in South
Carolina still continue to depend upon other
States for their supply of this kind of stock.
We have frequently called: the attention of
individuals to this matter, and. they say,.as a
general thing, that it will not pay; but when
we ask them if they have ever tried it, they
answer in the negative. We contend that
by proper management it will pay ; there is
nothing either in the climate or products of
our State to prevent it. The amount of
money annually carried out of this State for
horses and mules would, if summed up, be
almost incredible. This is not a good policy
to buy abroad what could be raised at home
-and in this case our farmers have been
guilty of improper conduct long enough.
Like every other kind of business, it must
have a beginning and everything should be
in readiness before an attempt is made. A
farmer who made this his business, might
every year manure richly a large farm from
his horses and mules alone. In other States
a large number oC farmers make stock rais
ing their ehief business, and. in most cases
they accumurate large fortunes,. and a great
deals of their money they carry from South
Carolina. In order to bring this matter
more plainly before our readers, r~nd to show
the thing as it is, we would ask them to no
tiee for one year the droves of horses and
mules which pass through the coon by town
of the county in which they live. We hope
that the farmers of our State will look into
this matter, and that many of them wiill turn
their attention to the raisig of mules aud
To DissoI~vu BoY Es.-Procure a stout
earthen jar, of about thirty gallons capacity.
Put 100 lbs. in the jar and moisten them
with wvater for a day or two. Now dilute
fifty pounds of vitrioL, with. two or three times
its bulk of water, and pour one-third of it
upon the bones.. Stir them frequently, and
on the morrow add another third of the acid
and wvater. Stir them well, and if not dis
solved sufficierg ly on the next day, add the
remainder of the liquid. As soon as the
bones are reduced, mix the charcoal dust,
dry peat, saw dust, loamy earth, or if fer im
mediate use, ashes or lime may be used as a
dryer, until the wvhole is in the form of powv
der, convenient for sowing by hand or drill
ing machine. You may apply this at the
rate or three to ten bushnels of the bones to
the 'acre, sownt broadcast and lightly plowved
or harrowed in, so that the earth will absorb
the gaseous portions of the gelatine of the
bones, which is of great value, independent
of the phosphate of lime, a substance great
ly needed upon all the cultivated fields and
pastures of the old -States in the Union.
INCoMiBUsTIDLE WVAstI FOR THE Root's
AND WALLs OF BUILDINS-Take of com
mon water a quantity proportionate to the
surface to be protected, and stir in potash as
lbng as it will dissolve. When the water is
perfectly saturated, stir in, first a quantity of
flour paste, of the consistency of painter's
size; second, a stufficient quantity ot pure
olay to render the mass as thick as cream.
When the ingreedients are well mixed, the
preparation is to be applied to the wvood, and
will be efficient in protecting it from the
action of both fire and rain. It is asserted
by those wvho have tested its value, that
wood-work exposed to intense heat, if coa
ted with this cement, may be charred or
oarbonated, but cannot be made to burn.
When desirable a very agreeable color may
b~e imparted to the wash by adding a stmall
qpantity of rod or yellow oche.
Sk-nas~x IN. EscoN.-! cure my hams
wiih salt, sugar auid'salpetre ;; after remain
ing down four weeks, as I take up the hams
from the salt, I rub each piece on the flesh.
side with fine black pepper, and then hang
up and smoke, a dark brown color, with
green hickory wood, and then hang it up
till wanted for use. Sometimes they have
hung two years. Before [ commenced using
the pepper, I had to take my hams down
and. pack in ashes in the spring of the year.
The above plan will prevent skippers in ha
FLY PoxsoN WITHOUT A B8ENIC.-- The fio.
lowing preparation is much used in Europe,.
for the destruction of flies: Qussia, 8 parts;
wvater, 500 parts ; molasses, 125 parts. Boil
the quassini and wattr ten minutes; strain
and add the molasses. The preparation can
easily be made by ay one. Flies- are at
fracted by this and soon killed.
Lzen on FAUX SToc.-When any stoek
is infested with lice, wvhether horses, eattle,
sheep,. or hogs, I give copperas in their food
every othel- day, for six or eight days-say
a tea-spoonful to a sheep. If the above i
rections are followed, I will pledge ray word
the prescriptions will kill the vermin,. inside
and out,.leaving your cattle with a clean
stomach and a healthy skin. The remedy
is so simple you may not th'mk it worth
trying, but it is no humbug..
WEEVI~s.-These troublesome pests may
be kept otit of grain by using salt. Spninkle
a little fine salt on the bottom and around
the sides of the boti as you fill up, and over
the top when foll. Wheat kept in old. salt
barrels will never be destroyed- by the
GOING UP ST.URS.-If, when about to as
cend the stairs, you find that a gentleman is
going up at the same time, draw back and
make a sign for hin to proceed you. He
will bow and pass on before you. When
eoming down,-do the same, that the gentle.
man may descend in advance of you. A
very polished man will not wait for a signal
from the lady, but will bow and run up
stairs, passing her as a thing of course.
A GREAT BRANCH OF MASSACHUSETTS INDUS
TRY, is the manufacture of boots and shoes.
The aggregate value of these made in that State
is $87,000,000, or more than of all the other
States combined-and far exceeding that of any
other manufacture in the Commonwealth.
About one-third of the above amount is shipped
to New -York and the remainder is sent to the
South and West, to California, the West In.
dies, South America, Australia, the Sandwich
Island, England, and the European continent.
A GOOD WAY OF HEARING FROM HomE.-A
young man in California whose friends had not
remembered him as he thought they ought
adopted the following expedients: He sat down
and wrote some half dozen letters to different
persons at home, inquiring the price of land and
stock; what he could buy a handsome farm of
200 or 300 acres for, &c.; intimating that he
had large sums to invest, and was very rich
generally. By return mail he received no less
than seven letters, all anxiously inquiring after
his health, when he was coming, &c., and has
received three or four every mail since, including
some very warm ones from on old and very cold
TuE city of New Bedford is to be ighted
with oil instead of gas hereafter, as a matter of
A RIVER FLOWING UNDER A CITY,-The
Newark N. J., Advertiser states that some per
sons who were engaged in grading the streets
of that city, came upon a large hole, about
twenty feet deep two feet wide at the bottom.
A stream of water five feet deep, running in a
southeist direction, was found at the bottom.
The discovery has excited considerable curioity.
A singular phenomenon occurred at Royals
town, Vermont, during a recent snow storm.
While it was snowing fast, and the wind high, a
white appearance'in the air, resembling a flock of
wild geese, was observed, but it was soon after
ascertained to be balls of snow collected in the
air by a thousand whirlwinds. They increased
in size and number for about twenty minutes,
when they fell to the ground, covering somethinvi
more than an acre. On examining the spot
where thep fell, balls were found from one to
twenty inches in diameter.
PROiIBITION IN VIBGINIA.-On Wednesday
no less than 83 petitions in fivor of a prohibi.
tory liquor law were presented in the Virginia
House of Delegates.
A QUAKEK's SERwto.-Dear Friends:
There are three thuings which I very much
wonder at. The first is that children should
be so foolish as to throwv up stones and clubs
into trees, to knock downt the fruit; if they
would let it alone, it' would fall of itsclf.
Te second is that men should be so fool
ish and wicked as be. go war and kill one
another ; if they would only let one another
alone, they would die or thenmselves. And
the third and last thing, which I wvonder at
most of all is, that young men should be so
unwise as to go' akler the~ youm women ; if
they would only stay at home, the young
women would come after them.
L aw No ti ce !
I H1E Undersigned has removed to Edgefield C.
H1., and may be found at his Office, fornmerly
occupied by .JonN BALSKETT, Esq.
THOS. P. M~AGRATH,
ATTeRNEY AT LAw.
Jan 18 1m 1
A B NER P E R RIN,
AGENT for the Prosecution of Claims for Bonn
.ty Land, Revolutionary and, orber Penisions
Ofhlee at Edgetield C. HI., S. C.
Feb 233tf 6
FELIX E. BODIE.
.JULIUS DAY ,
Wor Tax Collector.
THO3MAS B. REESE,
A. Rt. A HLE,
WESLEY W ERTI'.
~ M. B. WITTL E,
JOUN WV. SMITH,
W.-- F. DURISOE,
H. T. WRIGHTr,
THOS. G. BACON.
R. 13. BOUTKNIGHIT,
CHEAP DRY GOODS?
W ISHJNG to REDUCE his large and exten
siveo Stock of Wihmter D~ry Goods
before reeeiviang his Spring Stock, offers thema at
Greatly Reduced Prices !
-A Moso TnEM ARE
Plain, Figured and Plaid SILKS,
French and Engrlish, and Plaid MERINOS,
Plain and Figured DeL AINES,
Fancy Col'd FLANN ELS. S[UAWLS, Cloaks,
Black Merinos. Alpacca and Bombazine,
CALICOS, GINGHA3IS and HOSIERY in
Biown and Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings,
'lhe above tagetnher with a large assortment of AL L
KINDS) OE GOODS are offered at exceedingly
LOW PRICES.. Those visiting the City are respect
fully invited to call.
OgOSNABU7RGS, GEORGIA STRIPES and
SIIRTINGS, at Faetory prices.
Augutai. Feb 1 2t 3
Dissolution of Copartnership,
rlHIE Firm of CorG.au & LEGGa is this day dis
.solved by mutual consent.
COLGAN & LEGG.
Jaauary 2, 1854.
THIE Tailoring Business wilR be continued by
the Undersigned at his old stiad. Thankful
to his customers for their liberal patronage hereto
fore bestowed on the Firm of Colgan &Log, he
hopes by strict aftention to business to merit a een
tintance of the same. JOHN COLGA N.
Jan-2, 1854. tf.51
A LL Persons indebted to .he Firm of COrWAN
&LEGG., either by Note or Account, arc thus
timelv notified that they must pay the same by the
10th February or they will be sued without excep
tion. COLOAN * LEGG.
Jan. 2, 184. te 51
New Fall and Winter Goods.
MILLER & WARRBN,
H AVE Just received, at their Store, Corner op
posite the Mansion House, a large and com
plete Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Brocade and Rich Plaid SILKS,
Brocade and Striped Black SILKS,
Embroidered Merino Robes,
Rich Figured Cashmeres and D'LAinet,
Plain French and English'Merimos,
Saxony Plaids, a beautiful article for Children's
Col'd English Flannels, for Children and Ladies'
Super. White Gauze and Welsh Flannels,
Black Chally, D'Laines and Bonbazines,
French, English and American PRINTS,
French CIIEMIZETTES and SLEEVES,
Collars; Worked Bands;
Aluslin Edgings and Insertings ; Irish' Linens;
DamaskiTable Cloths, Table Napkins and Doyles,
12-4 Heavy Barnsley'Sheetiugs,
Together with a fine Stock of SATTINETS,
Kentucky JEANS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES
We respectfully solicit a call from our friends
and customers, and persons visiting the city would
do well to give us a look before purchasing.
Augusta, Oct 12 6m 38
Fresh and Pure Medicines, &C
T lE Subscriber has just received a SELEC I
Family Zedicines, Chemicals, ko.
-CONSISTINO IN PAUT OF
Sulphate of Quinine. Pure Pill Mas,
Sup. Carbouate of Soda, Calomel,
Henry's Cal. Alagnesia, Cream of Tartar,
Epsom Salts, Iodine,
Sulphate of Morphine, Iodide of Potasseum,
Lump .Magnesia, Strychnine,
Mum's Elixir of Opium, Fahnestock'sVermifoge,
Thompson's Eye Water, McAlister's Ointment,
Clicesenian's Balsan,, EVans, Lum1ncets.
.Norwood's Veratrum Viridc.
A nd a full supply of motst all the potpularl Patent
Mellicinles of tho day, all of Whuicha are warranted
free from adulteration.
G. L. PENN. AGENT.
OctC26 f o41
THLE GREAT KETUCKY
.\ mSe eiiineeof whem day, aordwich t arecwarnted
free fom aduterat on. l.
ofteSi . r siel
H lS medi mano, Twh e r s ai toadsinsWl
enewthoumti. Palnl: teBoe-o
Canc, ldSoer. an ertswligo
th oGa f Syhilsi, Eyspei.las, hum
DseagsoofteoKd etes,8iea d aiinfromtheus
of Mercury, Loss of Appetite. Pain In the Side and
Shoulders, Gieneral Debility, Lumbago. Copghs, Cold',
Propsy, Jaundice, Costiveness, Btonchts, Weakness of the
dtest, Sore Throat, Pulmonary AMeetifons, and all othere
Diseases tending to produce Uonsumption, Liver Comn
plaints, Female Trregularitles and Complaints, Low
Spirits, Sick and Nervous Ueadache. Night Sweats,
uxosres, or Imprudence in Life, Chroic Con
m tutional Diseases, and as a Spring and
Susmer Drink, and General Tonic for the
System, and a Gentle and Pleasant
Purgative, it Is superior to lueo
Eick and Congress Water,
Salts, or Seidlits
It is a remarkable fact, that among the hundreds of
eminent physicians who have examnined the recIpe by whiah.
Doll's Sarsaparilla is prepared, nt one has cond'emnel
It. but all approved it, and commngd it in the highest
termie.. Many physleas express themselves strongly in
the belief that it is decIdedly the beet preparation of Sar
saparilla that has ever been placed before the public.
Although there are many physicians who feel a reluctanoe
to having theIr names appended to the recommendation of
any partIcular remedy, not withstanding they may approve
of It In the highest degree, there are others who frankly
yield their support in favor of a remedy which they know
Is capable of doing so munch good in an afflicted .comn
muanity. As an evidence, read the following from old and
respectable physicans, of high standing'-in the commnity
In whIch theylIe
TEST INON Y.
II"? Testimony like the following renders superfious an1
aemments on the efficacy of Bull'ks-arsaparillas Fr'm-Dr.
3. P. Yandtll, Professor of Chenmistry In thie Louisville
Medical College: I have lookod over the list of Ingredients
somposing John Dull's Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
and have no hesitation In sayinog that they form a safe
compound, and onethat promises well In chronic diseaeses,
to which It Is applicable. L. P. YReNDEILL, 35. D.
LouisvIlle. June 6, 1848.
What Dr. Pyle,. physIcian by appointment to the Loufa.
villa Marine IHospital, says of Ilull'., .%rsaparitla :
Louisvmr..E, March 20, 1849.
I have examined the prescriptIon 1br the preparation of
John Bull's Sarsmparlla, and I belIeve the combination to
be an exellent one, and well calculated to produce an alter
ativ Impression on the system. I have used It both: In
public and private practice, and think It the beet artlell
of Sarsaparilla now in use.
M. P'YLES, M5. D.
- Besident Physician Louisville Marine Hospital.
Lounoms, Er,. April 25th, 1850.
ra -Permit me to address toyou a few lines, and do me
the honor to reply to a request that I will make in the
conclusion of this letter, &tc.
I am a graduate of Transylvania Medical University ; I
have practiced medicine In this wilderness country, ahoat
five years, but owing to exposure to bitter cold weather, I
have been indisposed with Acute Rtheumatism about six
months After having exhausted my skill in the treatment
of my case, and deriving no benefit, I was Induced to give
your Fr.UtD ExvaACr or sAasaAAR:.t.A a fair trial, ad
accordIngly purchased a bottle of your medicine fronm your
agent, Mr. George P. Brown, about two weeks ago, and I
must confess that one bottle baa entirely cured ma.
It is m7 opinion, that your preparation of Sarsaparilla
Is deeldedly superior to any oth~er preparation now In use,
and I will take great pleasure in recommending It to the
afflIcted as being a remedial aget and I will advise the
physicians to use it In their practic &c.
Respectfully yours, i. B. ALLEN, M5. D.
Loumsvrr.zs yuly 13th 1849.
I have exemined the list of articles that compose John
Bull's Extract of Ssaaparllla, and I. have no hestitation In
'saylng that it is a safe and valuable compound. I would
prefer It to any article now In use, for tihe diseases arising
from an Impure state of the blood or taint of the system.
I confidently recommend It to my friends as being a power
Sul Extract, and one that I believe will cure all classes of
dIseases, for which It Is recommended, If used according to
directions. I believe It to be a valuablcesuccedaneum to
31ercury.--Nay, I have my doubts whether In the meet
violent and protracted cases of Syphilis, accompanied with
Nodes Trophme, in caries of the bones, whether It ought
not to succeed every other remunedy.
S. R. McCONACHIE, M5 D.
Honorary Member of thu Medical Society, Phladelphla.
ll7Tear, what Dr. Stapp, a physician who stands at the
top of his profession, says of John Bull's Sarsaparilla:
I have been using John Bull's Sarsaparilla in a gra
variety of chmronilc diseases, with the most happy ects,
and I have no hestitation In recomumending It to the publio
for th~e cure of scrofuis, syphilis, and all cutaneous and
glandular diseases. Yours, nmost fervently
Iawisport, Ky., April 6th,, 1849. 'III STArP,.M. D..
Rev. E, W. SEHON, -Rev. E. STEVENSON.
Coscusivz. - The following Is a verbatim copy of a
eartificate now In the possession of the proprietor of Dull's
Sareaparilla. Rev. N. W Schon is widely and generally
known as an eloquent and accomplished pastor of the 35.
E. church, and ltev. E. Stevenson has been known as one
of the most talented and zealous members that the Ken.
tucky. Conference could boast of for many years, and at
this time is filling the high and responsible station of agent
for the M.L E. Book Coecern. Can the world produce bettes
or more satisfactory testimony in favor of any medicine?
Better testimony then was ever offered In favor of any
medicine. 11ev. K WV. Sehon -- Itav. E. Stevenson:
Eoursyn.L.x, May 20th, 1819.
We have used JTohn Bull's Sarsaparilla, and have known
It to be used, with entire satisfaction; and we have no
hestitation in stating our belief, that It is a safe and
valuable medical compound, and calenlated to p reduce
much good and relieve much suffering; and therefore
wodld cheerfully and most earnestly recommend It to the
afiltedl. K WV. SICHON.
(Signed). E. STEVENSON.
We earnestly invite all persons who are suffering with
any of " the Ills that flesh Is heir to" to call on Dr. Joha
Bull's agent, and get a copy of Bull's Eamily Journa,1
osAvis ; and for the sake of humanity, we hope that a
single Individual will not be found unwilling to give Dull's
Sarsaparilla a TarAL,, after reading, and recollecting, at the
same timc, that It Is Impossible for th~e Doctor to publish
ths tenth part of the number of certlllcates of astounding
eures performned by his Sarsaparilla. The amount of tea
thnony voluntarily showered on Dr. Dull's Barsaparllar
from well known and distinguished individuals, beh ina
pubilo and private life, has been perfectly overwhelming.
It?*Dr. John Dull's Principal O0fice, west side FIth
street first door below Main,. Louisvn.a., EE.
ggP Folt sale In this Village, on Agency, by G.
L P'EN, Druggist.
FALL TRADE, FOR 1853!
rfIIE UNDERSIGNED having given a further trial to the CASH SYSTEM during the
. past season, have become still more convinced that it is the only true system of doing a
GROCERY BUSINESS on terms advantageous to both seller and buyer, being the cheapest.
safest and surest for both. While the seller is benefitted by getting the CASH PAID DOWN
for his Goods, enabling-him to turn his money over many times in the year, the buyer has the
advantage of gettin;g his Goods
Ten or Fifteen per Ocnt Cheaper
Than they can be obtained from those who sell on credit; they being compelled to sell at this
difference of per tentage to cover bad debts and pay the additional expense of keeping and col
lecting long accounts. It only requires a little reflection, aided by a slight examination, to con
vince those who visit Hamburg for the purpose of purchasing SU'PLIES, that the Merchant who
deals exclusively on tlie Cash System in purchasing his Stock, lays it in cheaper than those who lay
in large Stocks on credit, with a view to selling them out in the same wty, being enabled to turn
his capital over only once a year, tmust of course get larger profits to sustain his bisiness, than
him who on the Cash sstem, buys moderate Stocks, SELLS QUICK and TURNS OVER his
capital every thirty to sixty days. The intelligent planter wi!l perceive that the CASH SYSTEM
Merchant will have made more money at the end of the year, by making FIVE PER CENT PROFIT.
than the credit system man will at TWENTY-FIVE, and that those who buy Goods had better bor
row the money at home, and allow even fifteen or twenty per cent interest, and pay CASH for
his supplies, than to purchase on time even from the best CREDIT HOUSES.
The Undersigtned having made ample arrangements to keep on hand a LARGER STOCK.
and much better nasortment of
ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES
Than they did the past lseason, only ask of their friends and others visiting this market, to give
them a call, where they will find, in addition to FI/ E FAMILY GROCERIES, a large
supply of nearly all the staple Goods usually used itt the country, such as
Saddlery, Hats, Shoes, Calicoes, Shirtings, Sheetings, Blankets,
FLANNELS, &c., &c.
Being thankful for the liberal patronnge of the past season, and looking forward to a largely
incroased trade the comning Fall. we lve laid in and are now receiving o r Stock, and take plea.
ure in calling the attention of enttomuers to our superior
Teas, Sugars, Coee, Chcese, Molasses, Flour, Bacon,
WIN-ES AND LIQ UORS.
Those who prefer paying Cash for their Goods, and thereby save Fifteen Dollars in erery Hun
drcd, hnd better call at our Old Stand, ott the Corner nearly opposite the Carolina Hotel. where
all articles sold, will be put up in the best manner, and warranted to tore out what they are rep
resented.- R. F. & 11. L. CUNNINGHAM.
Iatburg, Oct, 10, 6m 39
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
DRY GOODS FOR THE FALL TRADE.
A. RANSON, Agent for R. M. FULLER. is now in receipt of a LARGE and SPLENDID
. Stock of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, comprisitig all which is new anid
beautiful. Among which may be found
All Wool DE LAINES, of rich and splendid Red, white and fig'd Flannels, all qualities;
style, 'Solid colored Flannels, for Sacks;
Lnrge and small fig'd De Laines. all qualities, Catsmiers, Sattinets, Tweeds and Kentuck
Persian Do Laines, various qualities, Jeans, all qualities;
Plaid Silk Lustres, very rich ; . Blenched and brown Table Damasks, warranted
" Raw Silks, in high colors ; all Linen;
Cashnicres and Alrpaca Lustres, all qualities Bleached Dtmask Table Cloths, some very fioe.
and colors; Bleached and brown Litten Towellings and
Plain bl-k Gro d-Rhine Silks, various qualities Towels all qualities;
and widths ; Em'oroidered Table Covers ;
Black Watered Silks, a superier article Irish Linetn of every qnnlity, from celebratted
-Fig'd and Broende Silks; mfanntfztories itn soft fittish. 5-4, 10.4, 11-4,
Rich, colored Silks, all qualities; atnd 12-4 bleached and brownt Sheetings.
Colored Matrceline Silks, desirable colors; - best make ;
Solid colored De Laines atnd Merinos; Granites ille, Augusta and Hancock browni
Solid colored Paris De Bege, for travelling Shtirtings, by the bale or pih ce, cheap;
dresses ; Real Georgin Plainis, and Twills, of Geo. Shley's
Fretnch Scotch and Ameriean Ginghams, from mtannineture, ceap;
12 to a-7 1-2 cents: . Twilned Kersys, mfanufnetutred at the Augusta
English -French attd American Pritnts, front Mlanufnieturing Comtipanty;
6 1-4 up; Georgia Striptes and Osnaburgs, Cotton Yarns;
Satin Talmas of new and beautiful styles; Whithe and colored Bllantkets, large stock, will be
Lamdies Clotht Cloaks, new and late styles; sold ceaep:
Colored Ftinges, Pointed Gimps, and othter Whtittney amnd Ribbon bound Blanrkets, all quali.
Trimmings, great variety; . ties and sizes;
Plain antd fig'd Cloths, light, fabric for Ladies Crtb Blankets;
Cloaks; Th~lree Ply, Ingrain and Hemp Carpetings,
Black Thibet, Bay State and embiroided Shnwls; various patterns;
Chiimasetts, Frenchl wvorked Collars and Under- R ogs antd Drniggets, for floor cloths;
sleeves, late styles; * Ladies and Childrens Shtoes;
Jaconet, Thread and Lisle Edgings and'Insert- Carpet Bags, Port Monies, Ivory and Pearl Tub-~
ings.nall qualities; lets, Extraets Otto of Roses, Fane-y Soaps
Ladies Mierino and Silk Under-vests : Cologne, Unir atnd Tootth Birushtes, Ivory
Kid Silk and Wool Gloves, for Ltdies, 3Misses atid Hornt Combs, &c., &c.
amnd Children; . *
07 These Goods have been outrch~ased with GR EA T CARE at the LOWEST MA RKET
PRICES, and pntrchasers tmay re~t assured that every article wtill be sold as cheap na ennb
bought in Augusta. An exnaminationt is r-esptectfully solicited.
3!. A. R ANSOM, AGENT FOR
ITA MnUr.G, Oct. 26. 1853. tf 41
R E II 0 V A L PIN.O!S OOS UI,&
Boot and Shoe M!,anufactory.Tl~'mb.~gt~, ~adclda
H hAVING removed to thte Stor, etut hi pkdi isrnt
-adjoining Dr. A. G. Tel'u-:s PXA 0 F0;
Drug Store, as usual, I amit prn O ,6e- an ca sfomtt ebic
pared to make to order, Fieo Dress, Double Soled Miuhtre fHCN&R~Y IZLO
Water Proof and Pump Teeacitd rmtt etadtoogl e
B oo ts a nd S h oes ~ semdmtras vtmaltelts opevuet
Of thte very BEST MATER1I L, amnd an excel-an ae ARNrltotndhe aio
I eat fit nuvavse warratnted.chatsofti inteadoreulyamdwet
Also, on'hand a large variety of BOOTS andths ftn ato esrasd
SIIOES of my owrn manufacture, which will be 'rtiBOKadTA ONR dertin
disposed of on. reasonable termus. ~F'Y cetiso odacttntto
Nov. 10i tf 44 Sholadmsel eus ok,
gr N. B --Wanted, tirce apprentices to learn AOlalteCitpltrtio s810a ebile
he Shoe-making business. Please apply soon. m vlasaareatt'cIeltdSokofSa
Savannah River Valley R, Road t~t3 t f1RNE)MSCi ielre
r p us Comtpany hanving been organiz~ed, amnd niow Iltl tt~ctssigo l h oll Stg
preparing to com-nene operations, deem it prlo- SIltcarhsVriio,&c
per for the purpose of increasing subscriptions toe ~ NwMscrcie vr ek
the Stock', to give notice thrt the Directors have ap- uia usrmns
pinted all the Comomissionors, heretofore appointd Te lo a
to receive subseriptionus, and speially requelst -theml imttfldt s(rme~o h o
to devote stilt mtore tinme and hilbOr to this imtporta-nt
eterprisec, by contintuing tee tue their inlfuenIce inViinG tas VolceoCa
procuring its much. Stock 'to be taken as poessible, ntCroenSxHrs
within their respective kienlities. And to tis end
tie re authmorized to receive from subscribers to T!IRHRS L~IAFAELTBN0
atc , tes bearing interest for the ltinament of Acrems ambrus
ten per ccent., payable to the Saannahi Rhver ValleyFLTS&.
Rail lbemd. HIR AM lUTICI11SON. Pres. Aoa antiei fMsclMrhnie
Hardware & Cutlery Store, l h bv rilsiilb od o ah0
T HE SUBSCRIBERS have just received their ro dSetAgsGa
Fall Stock of Nv 9 f4
HARDWARE & CUTLERY, OT AN SOE
Cosisting of Anuvils, Vices, Bellowu:s, Smiuths Unm
mers, Screw Plates, Stock and Dies, Ilorse Shioe TTEIRN ROTSOEO OIETH
Niails, Rasps. Files, iland and Cut, Miill, and all other M sncHlAgsa a
kind of SAWS.
500 dozen of all kinds of Lt.eks.
500 " " " Knives. DAESI
300 pair Pistols of all kinds.
100O Gunis, Cilts Revolvers, Allens do. Bos heTukCre as
Waggon Chainis, Castings, I inges, Screws, lUnuse 4lEn~ eevn hi ALSOK0
Furnisheing Goods, antd everythitng else connected'~ e~s ais ~iss os otsai
with a Hardware House. - Cide' hE ftm
Corn Shecllars, Straw Cutters, Miills, the genmne dtmebtthtcneieui.
Collins A xes, Adzes, Hatchets antd a|1 kinds Edge OuAsotetctas VR ATIL
Tools. Iuulykp ntelretBo n heSoe
We would respectfully solicit a share of patron-ALvRITE
age, and anything sol by us will be warranted of PA T TO R G N
te best manufature.
ItIULLARKEY &OAK3IAN.AD10UE~EVN~ HE
A few doors abo-ve Insurance Batik, A ugusta Ga. Alo hc ewl elo h totroib
Sept. 28 1553. 6am 37 tems
Estray. FehN~ ha lu
T OLED bforeme by W. II. Kimbtrel' a SOR
RLlORSE, aboat six years old, tfdurtee.n AD ATP W ES
and a half hands high, with a blaze in hus face, a:id lST ecidTiryBrlsotatCic
ppraised at fifty dollars . i lorro thTubngSol'MlsEvr
e. W. STYLES, M. E. D. Brrliltcaberuindinoapov.
Hamburg, Jan 23 lnm4 2 lo J0Gos fPetn'3erelsIflil
Give ine your IEttent(ion! nw.Frst y 0 .PNAet
ALL those indebted to me either by Note or_ _________________
Account will confer a Ilastinag favor on the T e t
Bubsriter by immediately paying tup the same, as
urther indulgence CANNOT, nor MUST NOT J'TERoatpsetcuidbyM.odil
be expected. Enough said I Money is what:[ want.J.aaJry odsSre tmyibneapl
, M. W. CLARY. to1.AWiias.SCHIT .
Claryo,, cc. 6f 7and 72Octfro th 5eehne
.\auntre fHcN bEI~~~o
THE MARRIAGE STATE;
a~lI Uapptss and NeWAlh, or &risary "ad
W eggss, ad 6 f
MOST STARTLING CONSIDERATIONS I
Reffections for the Thoughtful.
Strange that countlesS human beings exist and
drag through life as do the beasts of the A"eld, o
the insects uof the earth, evincing no more thought
or reflection than- though the noble faculties of mind
were not vouchsafed to them.
Many such we husbands and fathers,. upon whom
are dependent the health,. the well-being, and the
happiness of a confidin. and afectionate wife, with
perhaps a family of hu m -n- .
HOW OFTEN IT HAPPENS TAT TIU
WIFE LINGEI FM IEAR TO Y=a
In that pitiable condition as not even for one day to
feel the happy and exhilorating Influence incident
to the enjoyment of health.
She may not be an invalid confined to her bed,
or oven to her room; as her pride, ambition and
energy induce and nerve her to take personal
charge of her household, even when her health will
not admit of it; but she is nevertheless perceptibly
sinking from day to day, and always ailing.
Thus day after day, and month after month tran
spire. Her health daily sinks, till finally even the
hope of recovery no longer remains. And thus
THE BLOOMING BRIDE,
But a few years ago in the dush of health. and
youth, and buoyancy of spirits, rapidly, and appa
rently inexplicably, becomes a feeble, sickly, de
bilitated wife, with frame emaciated, nerves un
strung, spirits depressed, countenance bearing the
Impress of suffertng, and an utter physical and
Sometimes this deplorable change may and does
arise from organic or constitutional causes. But
oftenor, by far oftener, to gross and inexcusable
ignorance of the simplest and plainest rules of
health as connected with the marriage state, the
violation of which entails disease, suffering and
misery, not only to the wife, but often
Hereditary Complaints upon the Children
m-vNro THE THIRD AND FOURTH OsNERATION,"
fransmitting CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA,
NYPOCHONDRIA, INSANITY, GOUT,
KING'S EVIL, and other diseases,
from the Parents.
And must this continaw- Shall we be wise In
all that concerns the cattle of our fields, our horses,
our sheep, our cows, our oxen, the nature and
character of the soil we possess, the texture and
quality of our goods and merchandise ; but in all that
concerns ourselves as human beings, with human
functions and passions, subject to great derange
ment, involving our fiture peace and happiness
in all that concerns the hearth and welfare of the
wife of our affections, and the mother of our chil
dren; in all that soncns the mental and physicat
well being of those ehildren, we should be im
merhd in the darkest and most
Asf.CULAUrX AS INExcUSABLE!
How long shall this ianorance prevail so produc
tive of its bitter fruits 1'PHow long shall the wife
and mother be ignorant of the nature, character and
causes of the various womb and sexual complaint#,
embittering her days by suffering-suffering often
prolonged to years, eventuatin in a complication of
deases utterly and hopelesly incurable 1 Shall
we for ever close our eyes to the results of physio-.
logical science by which we may arrive at an
understanding of ourselves as men and women
subject to serious life-long enduring diseases, and
perpetuating them to our children.
LET EVERY WIFE AND HUSBAND PONDER.
No husband or wife need be ignorant of what
concerns them most to know to .ecure their health
and happiness. hat knowledge is containad in a
little work entitled
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY DR. A. M. MAURICEAU,
PROFMSSOR OF DiSEASES OF WOMEN.
One H bunretEditina 18w., pp. 20. Piee 60 Cent#
[oN FINE PAPER, EXTRA BINDING, $1 00.j
First published In 1847 ; and it is not
SURPRISING OR WONDERFUL.,
Considertng that E VE RY FEM A L E,
whether EARI OR NOT, ean here
acquire a fail kniowledge of the na
Sure, character and causes of her
complaints, with thme warlous
symptoms, and that nearly
MALF A MILLION COPIER
should have been sold. It is Impracticable to con
vey fully the various subjects treated of, as they
are of a nature strictly intended for the married,
or those contemplating marriage.
UPWARDS OP ONE HUNDRED THOU.'
Have been SENT BY MIAIL within the last few
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC,
BE NOT DEFRAdUDE D
Bziy no book unless Dr. A. M. Maurleeau, 129
Liberty Street. N. Y., is on the title page, and the
entry In the Clerk's Offie on the back of the title
page ; and buy only of respectable and honorable
dealers, or scud by mail, and address to Dr. A. M.
Mauriceau, as there are spurious and surreptitious
infringements of copyright.
gg- Upon receipt of One Dollar " THE MAR.
ElED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL, 00M
PANION~r Is sent (mailed free) to any part of the
United Smies, the Canadas and British Provinces.
All Loiters must be ost-paid, and addressed to
Dr. A. M. MAURIOEAU, Box 1224, New-York
City. Publishing Offie, No. 129 Liberty Street,
gji I'or sale in this Vilinge by D . A. G
TEA GU lE. Price 50 Cents.
Sept25 ly 37
HERE IS YOUR REMEDY!
A most -miraculous cure of Bad Lega, after 43
Ennacv of a leiter from Mr. WutL.Ian fAtrutN, of 70, St.
Mary's Street, Weymouthi, dnitedt May l15lh, 1851.
S:n: At the age 'of 1.4 my wife (who Is now 61) caught a
a violent cold. which sentled in tier legs, and ever since that
ine they have beenm morrs 'r less sore, and greatly Inflamed.
11cr agonies we're distractIng, and for nionths together sh~e
was deprived entirely of rest and sleep. Every retnedy that
nelent ment advised was tried, but without eat tt her health
sum-ired severety, and the slate of her legs was terrIble I
ad oflen rend your ntdvertisnennts. nndl adlvised her to try
your Pl'li andl tOinment; tand, a a hnst resource. ulfter every
ther remteety had proved useless, she consented to do s'.
She commencedl six weeks ago, and atrianee to relate, Is now
ni good health. 1ier legs are painleas, without i'eam or sear.
and her sleepi sound and uuidisturbed. Could you have wh
nerst th~e sufferings of my wife during the lust 4N years. an.1
ontlrast them with~ her present enijoynment of health, you
outl indeed feel delighted in having heen, the means of so
greattly itlleviating the suffering of a felk,w-rrntur,-.
(Signed) WILLIAM GALPHIN.
A perff6n 70 years of age cured of a bad leg, of
thirty sytrs' standing.
ory of a letter flrom Mr. Wiu.tnt A nus, builder of Gas
Ovens, of Ruashellfr, near Hluddcrshleldl, daled May 1, 1S51.
T'o PaoFFASOR loLowAY,
Sin: I suffered for n period of thtirty years from a bad leg,
he result oif two or three accidents at Gns Works, aeecompa
ied hyseorbultie symptonns. I had recourse to a vnriety o~f
edical ndvice, without deriving any~ benenit, and was even
oldl that the ieg must he nmputatied, yet In opposition toI that
pinIon, your P'ilis and Olnlitment have effected a comphilete
ure in so short a time that few who had not witnessed it would
redit the faet. bIgned) WM. AIBS..
The truth of thIs siatemient enn be verified by Mr. W. P.
England, Chtemtist, 13 Market Street, lluddersnleid.
A DredfuL",Badl Breast, cured ins one month.
Exraet of a letter from Mr. FaEDr.nlCit TLRNzn, of Pen
sh~urst Ketit. dated December 18th, 1850.
o P~aorvson IloLLowAY,
Suit: lMy wifei had suffered from Bad Breast for more thtau
ix Itnontihs, anti during the whole period had! the best medi
ni atlendnce, but li to' no use. Hiavinig before healed an
wful wound in nmy own leg by your tunrivalied medicine, I
leenninied againl to tise youlr Piils andl Ointnment, and there
ore gave them trial in her ense. and fortunate It wasn I did so,
or in lcss than a montth a perfect eurte was effected, and the
,enetlt that various other lhnme~hes of nty family have derIved
rom their tse ha. reallty nstonishing. 1 now strongly recoin
nend thern to all my friends.
guged) FREDElRICK TURNER.
CW' Thte Pills should be used conjointly -with the Oint
ent in miost of tthe foltowing cases.
Bad Legs, lind IBreasts, Burns, 11unions, Bite of Mosche
oes tind Santd Flies, Coco-bay, Chie-gn-fooit, Chilblins'e
hpped hands, Corns, (soft) Cancers, Contracted and Stiff
inih, Eilph~lmtlaais, Ileistulas, Gout, Glandtular SwellIngs,
umlnbaige, P'ik-.e, Rhleumiattl. Sealds, Sore Nipples. bore
Trents, Skin Discases, Scurvy, Sore Heads, Teeunours, I.cers
Sold at the establishment of Professor l1OLLTAWAY, 25
trand.,(near Temple ilur, Lo'ndon)nd by all rspaetable
Druggists nond Dealers in Medicines througho~ut the British
ituire,nand of thosec of the United States, itn 'ots at 87Xcta.
7 cents. atid $1.50 cenits each. Wholeante by the principai
Drug HouilseS ha the Ution, and buy Mer5. A. B. LA D.
ANDS. New York' and 1'. Mi. COIIEN, Charleston.
For sale in Edgefield by 0. L. PENN, ACES?.
There Is a considerable saving by ltkingI the larger sires.
N. I.--irection for thec guidance of patienits in every dis
rder are anixed to each rot.
March 30t -lye 10)
PERSONS indebted to the Assigned Estate of
..Johni Lyon will please take notice that their
Accounts and Notes are In the handst of W. W.
Adams for collection. Those who ase desirous of
saving cost will call immeditntely.
S. F. GOODE, Assignee.
Jan 11, - ef 52
J UST Received a heavy Stock of READY
SMADE CLOTHIING, well suited to the Fall
ma Winter Trade,. and will bo sold LOW FOR
ASH, or on easy terms 'to- punctual eustoecre.
et the doubtfull examine for themselves.
M. W. CLARY.
l....on, Oct. i, tf 3S
W M . PRICE & CO.qTATItO-FOA
TH E SPRING TRADE--Are constantly
nnufacturing and AT ALL TIMES well supplied withi
he newest styles of
Clothing of all descriptions,
COATS, PANTALOONS, VESTS, SHIRTS
Undershsirts and Drawers,
'RAVATS, SCARFS, GLOVES, BELTS AND BRACESg
HOSIERY OF ALZ KINDS -
Trunks, Travelling Bags, Uc,, ft.
TOILET - FURNISHING-Funcy Soap., Ex
;mcts, Cloth .ad Hair Brushes, Cuimbs, Rigerst
Knives, Sherrs, Purses and Port Monies, Canes,
Umbrellas, Hats, Cape, -and every article of Gen
lemens' dress and personal furniture. -
TO THE TRADE-We are well supplied witi
LOTHS, CASSINMERES, VESTINGS .-AN
rRIMMINGS. Cloths by the piece, pattern or
Fard, which we will sell as low as can be bought it
New York City.
WM. 0. PRICE,
W. T. INGRAHAM.
No. 258 Broad-street, Augusta.Ga,
March 30 If
DR. GUYSOTTIS IMPROVED EXTRACT OF
YELLOW DOCK & SARSAPARILLA
IS -NOW PUT UP IN THE LARGEST sized
Bottles, and is acknowledged to be the beat SAN-.
SAPARILLA made, as is certified by the Woxo a
rUL CCREs it has performed, the original coyihs of
which are in the possession of the Proprietor. Rev
member, this is the only true and ORIGINALartici,
The Medicine, when used according to directione,
WILL CURE, W1THOUT FAIL
ioorut.A or Kisoa Evi, CA.cans, Teons, -EsuPviOW -
or sit SKIM, EArItrat.s, CauoNIC SURoaix-Evxe, Pamo
woeu es TErrmas, SCALD lulAD, EnauxTiax7,
PaaIX 1 enro o K .loix'w, eLD
SoaIa AND Uz.CEB, SiWE..12soS
or TinS. 41.1onas, SveTu.:s,
Dv aPR aeA,
SkAmp Unscx, DIxAsS or
Eastrncu, Loss or Ara'urrr DI
Zass AnRgato FoRO ins V49 or m sacent,
PAIN 1- TIM SIDE AND SIOIt.DCEn, GOZiNAL Da
nmaiym, Daorsy, Lsasoo, JAUX111caM A"n Cos-TvzW.
The Best Female Medicine known.
Tia pecullasmaladies to which females are subject, com
monly produce great bodily exhaustion. accom nied by a
decremed and often gloomy state of mind.. As system
dcclIes In streng It, there Is a tlas of nervous power, and
i isvery naturally impairs the energy of the mind and dis
turbs the equasnity of the temper. Every candid women
who has suffeld from remale conaplinas. will admit this to be
the mournful truth;, Now, to obtain relief, It is only necessa
ry t) stop the tentdency to depletion and debility. This is
done by renewing that fountain of health and strength, the
1LOOb. and no medicine.aecomplishes this esirable result
so sp-edily need complete as "Dr. Guysott's Improved Extract
of 'ellow Doelt and Sarnaparilla."
Laullea of pule complexion and consumptive habits, and
such as are debilitated by thase obstructions which females
are liable to, ar restored, by the use of a bottle or two, to
bloom and to vigor.
Scrofula and Cancer cured by Dr. Guysott's Ex
tract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla.
Rumutteuo, Grane r County Tonn., I
April 27th, I"82f
J. D. PAnK. Esq., Cincinnati, 0.-Dear Sir: It gives me
great satisfaction to add my testimony in favor of "Dr. Guy
iot's Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla* to that of
the numerous and highly respectable personsa h have beae
beneflued by the medicine.
31y wifeohas been suffering for the space of nearly ATe
eara with Scrontila and Cancer, which. I thinir& found its
origin in the derangements of the system peculiar to her sex;
while in the neana tine she was under the care of the mst
eminent Physicians in this section of country, without deriy
Ing any material aid from their preseriptions.
:pon the recommendatl on of Dr. Cockes, one of our
Physicians, who had seen the medicine ued with bappy
etreet, I olatained of your Agents here. one bottle of "Dr.
uysott's Extractor I ellow Dock and Sarsaparrilla." and as,
my wife fouad relief from that bottle. I bought asnme six bot
tles, which she has taken with the mot astonishing beqet,
for I aan pleased to say. It has entirely cured her. for she has
entirely recovered from her Illness, and the Scrotla and
Caneer are cured souned and well.
Accept my gratitude. Respectil
lemales, Read the following.
NWAnK, N. J., Jan 25.
Sin. Bsmnrrir:--We take pleasure in stating that your
ellow Dock Satfsaparilla gives great stlsakiion In every
A v*ery respectable gentleman informed mc that his daugh
ter was trouabted with dlttleult menstruation and diseases pe
cular to her sex. She lada not had her regular menstrusl
dsciarge torna long time: but by the use of DJr. Gnysots
Yettow Dock and uarsaparilla was radicaily cored. She used
Townsend's and otlhers without rteceivingthe slightest benefit..
He had one daughter to die from the same cause.
J. H. TRlPP & CO.
Er PrmcE $1 per bottle-el boles for W$
SCOVIL & StEAD, 111 Chirters Street, New Orleans,
General Whol-sale Agents fair the South.
E" Sold by 0. L PENN, Edgehield C. H.; WARDLAW
& IJENDY, Abbevilie C. H.; PRIATT & JONES, Newher
y C. H.: A. J. CRIEiIHTON, Hamburg: HALVILAkND'
R ISLEY & CO.. Augusta, Ga., and by onse Agent in every
Town in thte Souith.
April 18 -Cm 18
THE ROAD TO HEALTH!
Cure of a Disordered Liver and Bad Digestion.
Copy of a Letter front Mir. R. W. Kruxca, Chemist, 7, Pres
cot Street, Liverpool, dated 6th June, 11551.
To Panoa hio.ow v,.
Sir: Youar Pills aid Oltntment have stood the highest oc
our sale list of Proprietary Medicines for sonme years. A
cutstomfer, to who~m lecan refer for an~y inqutiries, desires me
to let you kntow the particulars of her case. She had been
trouled for yeaars wit a. disordleredl ttver, and badl digestion.
On the last occasion. htowever, the virulence of the attack
was so alarmilng, ad the intflatnmation set in so severely, that
doubts were enterlninaed oft her not living able to bear up
utder It: tortutnactely she was iduced to try your Pills, aid
sie itnformas me thant after the first anad eaeb succeeding dose,
ste land great reliet'. She eotiue-d to take them, ad al
thy h she used only three boxes, she is now In the enjoyment
of eret health. I could have sent you many more cases
1the abiove, from the severity of the attack. sad the yped
rc, I think~speaks mach In favor of your astaanishinFPt.
(.aigned) . I. W. KlIt tiS.
An Extraordinary cure of Rheumatic Fever, in
Van Diemen's Land.
Copy of a Letter Inserted in the Hobart Town Courier, of the
1st of Miarch, 1581, by 3fajor J. WA.at
Marp. ret MceConnlgan, nineteen years of age,. elsding at
New 'l oiwn, had been sutferitng from a violent rheumatic fever
or upwards otf two months. wich had entirely deprived her
of the taee of her limbts: durit this period shev was under the
cire of the most enmittent medical men In Hobart Townt.andl
hv them her ease wasn considered hopeless. A* friend pre
vai-ed uapon her to try Hlollowtay's celebrated Pills, which she
cosented to do. and itt an incredible shortspace of tane they
afected a perfect cure.
Cure of a Pain and Tightness in thc Chest ond
Stomach of a person 84 years of age.
Fromt Messrs. Tutrw & Soxr. Propritorsa of the Lynn Adve r
tser, who can vonech for the folowing statentent:
August 9. 1851.
To Peonsasox HoLLOawAY:
SIr: I desire to bear testimony to the good effect of Holle.
ways Pills. For some yeacrs I sutlferedt severely from a pain
at tightness int the stomtacb. which was also accomtpanted
iv a shtoriness of breithb, tht prevented me from walking
about. I am 84 years of age, ail notwithstanding my ad
vanced state oif life. these P'ills have so relieved me, that I aim
desrous that others shtould Ito made acqutainted with their
virtues. I an now rendered hi- iheir means ecomparatlvety
active, anal can hake exercise without inconvenience or psia
which I colinot do beoe HENRY CO
(Sigted)North strect, Lynn, Norfolk.
These celebrated Pills are woonderfully efacacious
in the followoing Complaints :
Agne. Asthma. Bilious Complaints. Biotches on the Skin,
Boel Comlaints. Colics. Constipation of the Bowels Con
Ieu ati, Feesaal kinds, 'its, Goe.I eaache. i
digetionl, inflammtaion..Jattnice, Liver Complaints. Pies,
Luntago. itheuattim Reateniit of the Urine, Scrofla, or
King's Evil, Sore Thamais, Stone and Gravel. Secondsry
Symptoms, Tlie Doauloureux, Tumojtrs, Ulcers. Venereal A f
etions, Wormns of eli kinds, Weakneass, fota whatever
'Sal1 at the estabfishmnt of Professor HOLLOWAY, 294
Stradit near Temple BrLo aoa.ndbalrepcbe
EDpre an ftoeof th ULnited States, In Boxes at 37%
nts Tcn anal$.cntach. Wholesal b the pri
SADS, ew York, and P. M.4OliE. Charleston.
For sale In Edge~cid by G. L PENN.
gi There is a consiherable savlng by taking the larges
NB.-Diroetions for the guidance of patients in every
diorder are affixed to each box.
Marh* lyn iy
For the Planters !
-1 Lbss Peruvian Guano,
1J0,000 i O, bbls. Kestlewell's G UANO
and SA LTS,
'1) Bhie. Kettlewell's CITEMICAL SALTS,.
30 " Pure ground PLASTER.
The above eelebrated Mautres for sale by
- J. SIB~LEY & SON
Unmburg,Nov 14, ' tf 44
grThe Laurenaville IHerald, Independent Press
and Anderson Gaette will copy the above tosa
times. anl forward bils to J. . & SON.
A LL Persons indebted to thet Estate of Warrea
LI . Winna, dee'd., are earnestly solicited to
mate payment forthwith, and those having demands.
agaist said Estate will ilente render them in im,.
me~diately. ,JERE&MIAI SalG LER, Ex'or.
Nov 9 6m 4
T HIE Subsecriber living near Bethany Academy,
alsa- to Mr. Gnlphin's Sekool, will take Sbudents
to Board the ensuing year at modesste prices.
Ja4 t 51S
White Lead, Linseed Oil,.
LAMP OIL, NEATS FOOT OILfaiid TAN
NERS OIL, for male next door to Suu~iwAat'a.
R. T~ MIMS.