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E ~iWOWW11OT KNOW ME NOW.
nY M. LOL7ZsA CIUTWOOD.
Alt .Jamie, dear Janie,
Ye would not know inc now ;
There is no rose hue on mty sunken check-,.
No light locks on my brow ;
Were ye raised wp from tie cold damp-gs'o
Could ye gaze on me once more,.
Ye wlold not know your bridge, Jamie;.
lour bonny br'de of yore.
All- Jamie, my Jamie,
As I sit in my lonely room,
And toil andi toil, and stitch and stitch,.
'ill the niglit' wears by in gloomnt:
I often sigh, as I wipe my tears
And rest miy aching brow,
Were ye raised up from the chilly gravel
Ye would not know use now,
Ah Jamie, best Jamie,
I lull our babes to sleep
'With a low sad strnaiu, and my loving heart
how it throbs to hear them weep;
''hey are thin and pale for the want of bread,
And a flush is on each brow,
Ye would not know your vo sick babes,
And ye would not know t: wow.
At .ramie, dear Janie,
Our cut in the mossy v.&e
I'riit it oft in my soft, sawed renme,
And cull tht cowslips pale.
And. see the pansy's dewy lip
A*d hear thy love's first V(,
But'why should the wretched dream of joy,
Thou art gone forever now.
Al Jamie, my .amie,
It is har4 to toil for.bread,
I never dreamed in my girlhood hours
To live n hen'thou wert dead
I never dreamed of this lonely room,
And the e'ds ujon tiy brotw,
Were ye raised upTrom the chilly grave,
Ye would not know me now.
A It Jaiie, dear Jamie.
The light fad:_s from mine eye,
Sometimes I faint, in my gloomy hours,
And fear that I must die;
fwould be a sweet rest with thee, dear,
With the dust o'er heart atnd brow,
But who would care for our babes, Jamiie,
They've none beside te now.
Alt .amie, my Jamie,
The world is dark and drear,
Only the sound of the city hmn,
Cones to my lone ear,
And I crush the subs in my throbbing heart,
And kiss each baby brow,
And say, and say, in a whisper soft,
" Ye would not know me now."
How to Keep Harness in Order,
Observintg the good cotnditimn and fine ap
pearantce of the harniess of Ald. Bak'er, pro.
pirietoir of the most extensive livery estab
Jthttentt inm Rochester, we requested hai to
imtpart to us, for putbliention), the mod us opc
rindi by wicnh so desirable a result was
atchieved. itt compliance therewith, he sta
ted the course atdopted :as the best and most
economtical, alter Iwetnty years experietnce
in a biuiess wihich reqttired considerable
attetttioni to tacklittg applaratus. His pro
ess of othtng antd washsing harntess is sub
btatiidly as fouows:
T'ake Neats Fotx Oil, and Ivory or Patent
Jilack-thte lutter well pulvetized, or to be
nude so before ubiitg. Mix thoroughly
nddintg the black nutil the oil is well colored,
or quite black. lIt eool weather the oil should
be warmted somewhat before maixittg. With
a spottge appjly a light coat of the mixture
ottly wthtat thet leatthter will t eadily absorb, utn
less the hatrness is very dry, itt whlich case a
hteatvier coating tma~y lbe necessary. After
the hartness is drt--which will be in two
hours to half or a tw hole day, depetnding up.
on the weamthecr atnd previous conditiotn of
the leater-wnsh lhoronsgbly with soap
suds. In mttakintg the suds, uise good Casltie
aoap and cold rain waler-- warmt water should
never be used ott harntess leather. A pply the
suds with a sponige. Rub, off with b~ucksktin.
T1his will give your haritess a ntice, glossy
surface, and the leathter w ill retaint a good
color antd cotiine p'liablo for months. If it
b~eomtes soiled with n.ud, or swea:t, an ap
plicatiomn of soamp andu weater, as above direct
ed, (without oilintg,) will lbe sulficienit to give
it a bright appeamrantce.
Two applicattionts of tis oil and black
mixture a year, (or oncee every six mtonths)
w ill be sutlicietit to keep h~atess, ats orditta
rily used, itt good order. It mays be teces
sary for livery mteni, atnd others who use har
ness contstantly, t) atpply thte oil oftetner
but ittnmost-eases two oilitngs a year, and
washing wit suds when soiled, will keep a
set of hartiess in goodl tritt for sight and
service. Thhis process will paty at large divi
dendu in extra service anud durality-to say
niothtitng of imtprtoved ap pearantce.
Onion Culture at the South.
There is searelhy a vegetable that etnters
into0 so mantiy compositiotts of cookery as
te onion. It is conauside-red otte of the
henhhtliest of vegetables, anmd should aboutid
itt every gaurdent at the South the year routnd,
for whethter served up wh~ole at the table or
chiopp.ed atnd used to flatvor soups, stews,
hashes, &c., it is a whtolesome attd ntourish-I
ing vegetable and shldtUt be had by every
bonse-wtife~ of the South for culture. The
dificulty of keepimng thte otiot atlter maturity
in this clinate,. Itas bieent a great draw back
to its culture-.. Weibersfie.ld furnushes ttvo
thirdls of all thme ottions consumted at the
South. But we htave cultivated our onions,
like many other ve--etables anmd fruiits, with
out adapting themt to our ownt peculiar eli
Tihere are two wvays of propagatig the,
ontiiin, otne fromt the blackseed, anid thte othter
from the tolp or button. Trhe soil for onions
must be riebt, and should abounid in potash,
as that is onto of its special manures. Guatto
applied in the fall and well turned under, is
onte of the best muanures, aid hien manure is
alttmst egpats toiit. Asrhes may be sowed
broad catrt over thte phemts duting their
growth. Premtisinig that the soil is rich,
deep and mellow,. yhmut the black seed. in
September, Octobser,.Janiuary, February and
M~Iarch. The fall planti ontes will mature
earliest; plantt in dbiltB about eighteen itn
ches apart, atnd thtin out to siec inches in tI e
drill. Ottions will not bear deep, cultu:e
after their stems have becomte as large as
t's~ little finger,. as the entting of the roots
will retatrd thte groth~ti of the buu>.
The top,. or. button of the large bulb that
proineces tihem,~ should be platnted early inI
t..e f.l. The button. will prnodue a fine
cution in thte spring. the large bulb,. a cluster
of otuints at the root, and a bttneth of but
tons at the top). Thbis bulb should' lhe phantt
ed as soon as matured.. 'lThe two varieties
d~t otionts, the seed and. button,. will give the
a eu teid uiittease fltivCate al c~otst
supply of this almost indispensable vege
i table any month in the year. The fall
planted button maturing early in thespring,.
the fall planted seed early iu- the sumuer ;
the spring planted seed:early irt'be fall ; and
the early fall planted, large button bulbs,
being fit for t ble alb the- wiinter. Thes giv
ing a constant succession of oniens for the
table, froni one year's end to anotter. And
yet many country people, planters, eat Weth
ersfield onions three mouths in the year, and
go without the balance.--Soil of the South.
Gyps= for Gardening Purposes
This valuable fertilizer is not yet half ap
preciated by Southern gardeners. As a ma
nure for poor soils, it is valueless; its chief
benefits arises from its power of holding and
fixing the ammonia which rises from manure
already in the soil, and we look upon any
thing as manure that is food for plants,.
whether it comes from the stable or the
swamp. From the sulphur in Gypsum, it is
a great preventive of worms; gardens well
dressed with it, will be exempt from the cut
worm. Young cabbages and turnips sprink
led with Gypsum in their germing state will
be exempt from the ravages of the green
worm. Guano is doubly fincreased-it value
by being sowed with plaster. The past dry
sum er has fully developed the utility of
Gyp um; wherever we applied Gypsum to
the onions, English peas,.Irish potatoes, or
melons, there we have had the finest crops,
notwithstanding the drought. We observe
when there has been no dew at night, and
all vegetation looks parched and dry, where
Gypsum has been fully used in the garden,
there is a dampneas in the morning like a
dew bad fallen. It is asserted by an emi
nent Northern Horticulturist, that Gypsum
is positively injurious to strawberries; we
have no doubt but it stimulates the vine into
too rapid'a growth, and as we of the South
want fruit instead of vine, it should be used
cautiously. But for garden vegetables, wheie
those vegetables have anything to feed upon,
Gypsum is a great promoter of appetite by
moistening the food ready f'or the rootlets to
take up with their thousand mouths. It can
be had in the New York market at about $1
per barrel.-Exeiange paper.
hINTS To FAnoais.-Whnoever will apply
an ointment made of gunpowder, brimstone,
and common grease, behind the neck of
their lambs, will be sure to have them pro
tected from a.l kinds of vermin. The quan-.
tity necessary to be made use of is so small
that a sixpenny worth is sufficient to dress
upwards of two hundred lambs.
The better animals can be fed, and the
more comfortable they can be kept, the more
profitable they are, and all farmers work for
profit. What ought to be done to-day, do
it if you can; for to-morrow it may rain.
S. S. TOiM PK NS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Cg OFFICE IN REAR OF THE COUR-T HOUsE.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 8, tf 4
T HIE Undersigned has removed to Edgefi-ld C.
11., and may be found at his Office, furnmeily.
occupied by JonN BAUsE-r-r, ]-sq.
A--rowsz- A-r LAW.
Jann 18 liim 1
A B NE R P E R RIN,
A GENT for- the Pr-oseution of' Claimsi fo.r Beun
ty Land,- Revolutionary and other Pensions
Officie at Edgel-Ild C. IL, S. O.
Feb 2 3 . tr 6
N'A ! DD A T E S.
FELIX E. BODJE,
1'or Tax Collector.
THOMAS B. R EESE,
. DERICK IIOLSONBAKE,
A. Rt. AHLE,
WESLEY W ERTZ.
M. B. WillTT LE,
WV. F. DURISOE,
D.AVID) BOD)IE. -
TIIOS. G. tIACON.
R. B. IBOLKNIGIIT,
Dissolution of Copartnership,
T lE F-irmn of COLGAN & L EGG is this day dis
solved by mutual consent.
COLGAN & LEGd.
January 2, 1854.
SilE Tail'ring Business wvill be contlinued by
I.the Undtersigned at his old stand. Thiankful
o Ihis customrers for their liberald pan runnge herto
ire be-stowed on the Firm, of Culizan & Legg, lie
hope-s by strict aftenition to business to me~rit a cona
iuan~ce of the samr. JOllN COLGA N.
Jn 2,184. tf 51
(Under U. S. liotel, Augusta, Ga.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAILl
T M. NE WBY & CO., are now receiv
tJ. ing thaeL AR G E ST, B E ST and MOST
FAShIlON ABiL assurtmrent. of
Ready Nade Clothinig,
eer oE-'red' in-the City of Augusta. Ini addition
to which, we are weekly receiving fresh supplies
from our Illouse in New Yor-k. We also keep
onstantly on hand a large supply of
Yonths' anmd Children's Clothing,
A full assortment of F URNIShING A RTICLES,
for gentlemen's wear, viz:
rawers, Suspenders, Gloves, 8 . &c.
W' Country Merchants and nll perse .s visiting
Augusta, will find it to their initere-st to < amline our
Stoek, as we nrc determnine to otfer o -U- oods at
he lowest prices imaginable.
Jan 16 tf I
McGItEGOR & SMITH,
CARRIAGES, BUJGGIES, &c.
1(,C'GREGOR & SMITII, build to order Cur
A.lsinges of every description. They also keepr
mn hand a. large and splendid assortnment ef
New and Second-Hand Carriages.
g All ::de-rs peramrptly attended to, and Re
airing neatly exceuted.
Edge-field C. 11., Jan 18 ti 1
A LL Persons ary wise indebted to tire Estate of
.IJ ohn Wise, de-e'd., are hiereby sequested to
nake immediate settlemrent, and those havinrg de
rands agairnst said Estate will please retdvr in their
locounts forthwithn, prerl'y attested, according to
aw.. * S-lIN-EY W.iSE, li ra
Oc ]. II. MI.LEIL. y x.rs
New Fall and Winter Goods,
MILLER & WARRENS
AVE Just peeeived, at their Store, Copner op
posite the Mansion- House, a large and corn
pklete Stock of FALL AID WINTER GOOIS,
Brocade and Rich Plaid SII.KS,
Brocade and StripedBloctk SI.KS,
Embroidered IMerino Robes,
Rich Figured Caslimeres and D'Laines,
Plain Freneh and Englis'Mlerinos,
Saxeony Plaids a beauediful artiele for Clifewe 's
Col'd English Flannels, for Children and Ladies'
Super. White Gauze and Welsh Flannels,
Black Chally, D'Laines and Bomiaine.
French, English and Ameriean PitNTS,
French CIIEMIZETTES and SLEEVES,
Collars ; Worked Pands ;
Iuslin Edgings and Insertings: Irish Linens ;
Damask,'able Cloths. Table Napkins and Doyley,
12-4 eaty Barnsley'Sliectings,
Together with a fiue Stock of SATTIN ETS,
Kentucky JEANS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES
We respectfully solicit a rall from onr friends
and customers, and persons visiting the city would
do well to give us a look before purchasing.
Autusta. Oct 12 6m 38
Fresh and Pure Medicines, &c.
T IE Subscriber has just rc'eived a SELECT
Family Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
-CNSISTNo IN PART OF
Sulphate of Quinine, Pure Pill lass,
Sup. Carbonate of Soda, Calomel,
Henry's Cal. blugncsu, Creamo of Tartar,
Epsorn Stalts, Iodine?
Sulphate of Morplaine, Iodide of Potasseum,
Lump iAlagnesia, stryelnine,
alun's Elixir of Opium, Fahnestock's Vernlifuge,
Thompson's Eye Water, McAlister's Ointment,
Chcesemaun's B5alsam, 1Evans' Lineets.
. Norwood's Veratrun Viride.
And a full supply of most all the popular Patent
3Medicines of the day, all of which are warranted
free fron adulteration.
G. L. PENN. AGENTr.
Oct 2G tf 41
THE GREAT KENTUCKY
DR. JOHN BULL'S
f IlS medicine, when used according to directions, wlDN
care, without flail; -
or Kings Evil,
f'the Sli. FvpE las,
Tumors, Chronic SoeEse,
ingworm or Tetters, Seald Uead,
Rhleumnatism. Pain. in, the lBons or
Joints, Old Sort's and Ulcers, Swellng of
the Glands. Svphills, Dy.-pepsia. Salt iteum,
Diseases of the Kidneys, Diseases arisIng from the use
or Merrcury, Loss of Appetite. Pain In the Side anJt
Shoulders, deneral Debility, Lumbago, Copghs, Cols,
Dropsy, Jlanndlcee. Costiveneas, Dronchitis, Weakness of the
Cheat, Sore Throat, P'uimonary Affections, and all other
Diseases tending to produce Consunmption, Liver Com
plaints, Female 1rregularities and ComplaInts, Low
SpirIts, Sick and Nervous IHeadache. Niht Sweats,
xpsures, or Imprudence in Life, Chronic Con
attutional Diseases, and as a Spin and!
Summer Drink, anad General Tonic for the
System, and a Gentle and Pleasant
Jo tire, it is superior to lue
h kand Congress WVater.
Selts, or Seilts
fl is- a- remartable fart;,- that amorar the liondiedh of'
eminent physicians who have examined the recipe by which
Bull's Sarsaparilla is prepared, not one has condemned'
It. but all approved It, aud commend It In the higes
terms.- Many physlcians exp~ress themselves strongl la
the belief that it is deeidedly the best preparation of Br
saparlilla that has ever been placed' before te public.
Althoug'there are many physiciani who feel a reluctance
to having their namnet appended to the recommendation of
any particular remedy, not wIthstanding they mayeapprove
of It In the highest degree, there are others who frankly
'ield their support in favor of a reme.dy which they know
~capable of doing so snuch good in an afficted com
munity. As an evidence, rentd tihe following from old and
respetable physicians, of high standing ha the community
In which they live:
87 Testimony like the following renders soperilous all
comments on the effeccy of Bull's Sarsaparilia. Fromn Dr.
L. P. Yandell, Profe'ssor of C'hemistrvy in the Louisville
Medical College: I hare looked over the list of Ingredients
composing John Bull's Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
and have no hesitation In eninlg that thny form a safe
compound, and one that promna well In chronic diseases,
to which it is applicable. L. P. YANDEL.L, M. D.
LouisvIlle. June 0, 1848.
Wrhat Dr. Pyles. phalelsian by appointment to the Louis.
diln Marine Hiospital, says of Uull'sSarsaparilla:
l.oCIstruLI, March 20, 1849.
I have examined the prescription fur the preparation o.
John lnull's Sarsaparilla. aud I believe the conmbinatlon to
be an exellent one, and well calculated to produce an alter
ative impression on the system. I have used It both In
public and private practice, and think it the best article
of Sarsaparilla now in use.
H. PYLES, Mr. D.
ltcsldent Physician Louisville Marine Hospital.
LouDnx, Kr,. April 25th, 1850.
Braa-Permit me to addlress toyou a few lines,and do me
the honor to reply to a request that I will make In the
conclusion of this letter, &c.
I am a graduate of Transylvanla Medical Uiversity ; I
have practiced medicine in this wilderness country, about
fire years. but owing to exposure to bitter cold weather, I
have beeni indisposed with Acute Itheumatism about six
months After haaving exhaausted my skill In the treatment
of my case, and deriving no benefit, I was Induced to give
your rLU:D ErraLcT or 5MAmt'A a fair trial, ad
accordIngly purchased a bottle of yournmedicine from your
ageat, Mr. George P'. lirown, about two weeks ago, and I
amate confess that one bottle has entirely cured me.
It is my opinion, that your preparation or Sarsaparilla
is decidedly superior to any othter preparation now in use,
and I wili take great pleasure in recommending it to the
afflicted as being a remedial agent, and I will advise the
physicians to use it in their practice, &c,
ecspectfully 3 ours, 11. II. ALLEN, M. D.
Louwsva~~, July 13th 18-19.
I have examined the list of articles thaat compose John
Bull's Extract of Sarsaparlilla, and 1 have no hestitation in
saigthat it Is a safe and valuable compound. I would
prfrIt to any article now in use, for the diseases erising
from an Impure state of the bleod or taint of the system.
I confidently recommend It to my friends as being a power.
ful Extract, and one that I believe will cure all elsses of
diseases, for which It L. recomnmended, if used according to
directions. I believe it to be a valuable succedaneuma to
Mercury. -Nay, I hare any doubts whether in the inost
violent and protracted cases of Syphilis, acconspanied with
Node Trophe, In caries of the bones, whether It ought
not to succeed every other remnedy.
8. I. McCONACIIIE, M D.
Honorary Member of tho Medical Seeisty, PhiladelphIa.
R:J'-Hear, what Dr. Stapp,a physician who stands at the
to p of his profession, says of John I ull's Sarenparlila:
I hare bee~n using John Bull's. Sarsaparilia In a great!
variety of chronic diseases, with. the mnost happy effes
and I hare no hestitation In reconnnxending It to the public
for thme cure of scrofula, syphilis, and all eutaneouns andi
glandular diseases. hours, most fervently,
Lewisitort,.Ky.,.April 6th, 1S49. WM'l. STAPP, M. Di.
Rev. R. W..8EHON, -EMl. E. STEVENSON.
Coscwusmv.- The following is a verbatlm copy of.a.
ertificate now In the pessession of the proprietor of Badi's
Sarsaparlilla. Rev.K W.U Sehon is widely and generally
known as an eloquent and:aecomplished pastor of the M.
E. church, and Rev. E. Stevenson has beent known as one
of the amost talented and zealous mnembers that the Ken
tucky Conference could boast of for nany years, and at
this time Is filling the high-and responsible station of agent
for the M. E. Book Concern.. Can the world produce better
or more satisfactory testimony In favor of ay medicineT
Dlotter testinony then was ever offered in favor of any
mnedicine. 11ev. E. W. Sehon - Rer. E. Stevenson:
LoCzsvsu.E,.May 20th, 3849,
We have used Jokn Dull's Starsaparila, and-have known.
It to be used, with entire satisfaction; and we have no.
heatitation In statng our belief, that It is a safe and.
valuable moedical compound, and calcalated to produce
much good and relieve much suffering; and therefore
would cheerfully and.amost earaestly tecommnend it to the
afficeted. E. W. SEHtON.
(Signed) Ii. STE'VEN4SGN..
We earnestly lnadte all persons wrho are suffering with.
any of " the ills that flesh is hmeir to," to call on Dr. John'
hull's agent, and get a copy of hull's Family Journal.
caars ; andi for tihe sake of.hlumsanity, we hop that *
single individual will not be found unwilling to gvehBull's
Sareaparlilla a TRm:AL,.after reading, antd recoilectlng, at t1ne
same time, that It Is Impossible for the Doctor to publish.,
the tenth part of the numaber of certificates of astounding
cares performed by his Starsaparila. The amount of tea
timnony voluntarily shaowered on Dr. hlull's Saraale.
from well known and distinguished Individuals, bt a
public and p~rivate life, has been pretly overwhelmlng
E* Dr. John Bull's Prinell Office, west side Elfth!
street first door below Main, Louasvaa., Km
27Y Fon alte in thais Village, on Agency,byG
.IPENN, D~rnggist. hG
hojmt 28 ly 9
FALL TRADE, FOR 18.53
C liN N I NGHA M
r HlE UNDERSIGNED having given a further trial to the CASH SYT'5TE3T during the
Lpast seann, have beecome still imore convinced that it is the only true system of duinga
GROCERY BUSINESS on terms advantageous to both sefer and buyer, being the cheapest,
safest and surest for both. While the seller is benefitted lBy getting the CAS11 PAID DOWN
for his Goods, enabling him to tnru his money over znsey times in the year, the buyer. has the
advantage of getting his Goods
Ten or Fifteen per Cent Cheaper
Than they can be obtained from those who sell on credit ; they being compelled to sell at this
difference of per centage to cover bad debts and pay the adelitional expense of keeping and col
lecting long aecounts. It only requires a little reflection, aided by a slight examination, to eon
vince those who visit Hamburg for the purpose of puremsing SUPPLIES, tlmI the lerchant who
deals exclusively on the Cash System in pnreh:aidng his Stork, lays it in cheaper than those who Tny
in large Stocks on credit, with a view to selling thea out in the same way, being enabled to turn
his capital over only once a year, must of course get larger profits to sustain his business, than
him who on the Cash system, boys moderaie Stoeks, SEILS QUICK an TURNS OVER his
capital every thirty to sixty, days. The intelligent planter will perceive that the CASfI 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 honie, 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 Undersigned la ing made ample arrangements to keep on hand a LARGER STOCK,
and much better assortment of .
ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES
Than they did the past season, only ask of their friends and others visiting this market, to give
them a call, where they will find, in addition to FINE FAMILY GROCERIES, a large
supply of nearly all the staple Goods usually used in Lhe country, such as
Saddlery, Hats, Shoes, Calicoes, Shirtings, Sheetings, Blankets,
Being thankful for the, liberal patronage of the past. season, and looking forward to a largely
increased trade tlie coming Fall, we have laid in and are now receiving our Stock, and take plea
ure in calling the attention of customers to our supe&rior
Teas, Sugars, Coffees Cheese, Molasses, Flour, .Bacon,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Those who prefer paying Cash for their Goods, ind thereby save Fifteen Dollars in erery Hun
dred, l..d better call at.our Old Stand, on the Corner nearly opposite the Carolina lintel, where
all articles sold, will be put up in the best manner, and warranted to turn out what they are rep
resenled. R. F. & H. L. CUNNINGHAM.
Ilamburg, Oct,.]0, 6m 39
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST !
DRY GOODS FOR THE FALL TRADE.
M A. RANSOM, Agent f.or R. M. FULLER. is now in receipt of a LARGE and SPLENDID
. Stock' of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, comprising all which is new and
beautiful. Among which may be found
All Wool DE LAINES, of. rich and splendid Red, ivhite and fig'd Flannels, all qualities;
style, - Solid colored Flannels, for Sacks;
Large and small fig'd De Laines. all qualities, Cassiniers, Sattinets, Tweeds and Kentuck
Persian Dc Laines,.varions qualities, Jeans, all qualities;
Plaid Silk Lustres, very rich ; Bleached and brown Table Damasks, warranted
" Raw Silks, in high colors ; all Linen;
Cashneres and Alrpaca Lustres, all qualities Bl9nehed Damask T:.blo Cloths, some very fine;
and colors; Bleached and brown Linen Towellings and
Plain bl'k Gro d-Rhine Silks, various qualities Towels all gonlities;
and wid:hst; -Emabroidered T1able Covers;
Black Watered Silks, a superior article . Irish Linen of every quality, from celebrated
-Fig'd and Brocade Silks; namfantaories in soft finish. 5-4, 10.4, 11.4,
Rich, colored Silks, all qualities; and 12-4 bleached and brown She.etinmgs,
Colored Marceline.Silks, desirable colors; best mtake ;
Solid colored De Laines atnd 3Merinos ; Granitet ille, Angusta and Haneoek browna
Solid colored Paris De Bege, for travelling hrin.lythbleopiccea
dresses ; elGrgaPinadTilsofCoShy'
Ftench Secotch and American Ginghams, from nnhctrhaap
12 to 37 1.2 cents:TileKrss iatlatedtthAusa
Englisha French atnd American Prints, from . Niat:iarnCopn
il 1.4 up; GogaS ie n .i~bm~,Cto an
Satin Talmas of newv atnd beautiful styles; Whtan oreBlaktarescwilb
Ladies Cloth Cloaks, nerv.anid late styles; 5~deta
Colored Fringes, Pointed Gimps. and other Winy:a ibnbudBaies l uai
Triumings, great variety ;tisadie;
Plaitn and tig'd Cloths, light fabric for LaidiesCrblnkt
Cloaks; hrclyItginadH pCrpig,
Black Thaibet, Bay~ State and embiroided Shaawl~c : 'rospa e
Chimnasetts, French worked Collars and.Unader- R" n ra~es ' lo lts
sleeves, late .41vies; ~ aiana hhrn hts
Jnconet, Trhrenad andi Liide Edgings and Insert-CaptB'.sPotMnevrynderlTb
ings, all qualit ies ;leEtratsOg.atRe.Fnc.Sal'
ILadies M1erinca and Silk Utnder-vests : 'lgeHiradIotBrs,,ivy
KidSik nd~VoGlve, orLaie, ise and torna inis,&d wl,&. o.Sle'
~ TeseGods av ben prcase w TiET CAEymnnrd athe1 Et theAugusta
PRIESandlaaremasrs aav ent:asnrd ta~ \Vhm articled ilets alaea scktil be
Whitny an A.bo bAOu lak, Allx quLi
:Three .'Ry, ngrtin26nd Hep3C.rpeting1
'ar 1ous "at ,% ter ,r ns;ideal.d
Boot and Shoe ManuiactoRygs and Drgge tfor laor clo~ada~ths; i o
:~ hVIN reand.ta thditr es a ChlrensSh.r
adozig rC.U.'.ar pt a&,No Flonis TvryangPar Tb
Di u Stoe, a usul I aaa a. leOf s, Ex. at; Ot t o ( f troses. Ftey S~chape
Kiard tSilak n too Gar ve, fne Ldees, ouble slc tland tr on tCobs,&c.~ ,& 1IAET.
Band t ahlr n d lecat mgd ra;lchet:aa laraeaysa
07ThseGod hvebensuchse wthGEA aaTvras wiRE a tea 1.WEST i1AoRKvEaoT.
PIC So aaynd purcaersfayaret waisrd it vryatil will be 1lirBO am d AsNR dbenp artentb
dioght oin Astaal Anreamatini rse fully oolicited isotaa~to
Bov. and tho Mauatr.1 Scolad seleosB k,
la Sao-oaaimg usmaH A IG remvdt ahie Sor a e lla ag adielslce t fSa
Savann aRjive r. ae . RodTwai~Stc fcRNis ~UlCi h
,ar tormuke to leraie Djiraeoss i,bl po-d e, acaes 'ratuas
paer oro ud pup fieeaim usr~taaei. tYNwMscrcie vr ek
tOrciesBstots, amd Siiih estlai
eiAlrs. bnyan eaarugte ar oflOOTS ndIVois utr, ilnels ln
illrof asaamy tc twomnunti uemaapiih, nesCopes, whixhHwirlsb
wtimapteir resctive ltes. Amdt hsci
the arc utantedtohev aprenutibes to ENORHRS LTNS LGOLTBNO
heSkhot e-aig usinerst fPretse piysoonaa.utar A odeim, zubiic ,
Savn te cah Rivaber t Valleyaa Re Roady LTE,
ill Cmpad y hain bee organized, andvs Anowa sotiaito uialMrlniie
pepain to co i paions dee ituasranztaiprero-Vlaaaa Gia
bHatrdtagie noic trth Dietor ae up- h hoe rilsvil a all i a~io
ointed algoodepapmmissiyers, here. OAreSnppBinte
Sdvot tlE mUBorItime aveao jut rthic motant ~a1ta:uaiaa a
rcuriga Smc ock .toe taen a ptsib4e
aisteyare ofthorild toirceiv fromas Subaibrs to 'SANI I4
mtors, noewPltesarn itcks frd the insahet ofaeA H RNTSOEOP~T H
enai pr cet.;c, ay d at Cthe ll a anm Reallteryaoi alAgsa a
~tl &noad.of llAd of Uckls N, Pres.~
Dee 7' . 3 ' mv. 47LRSI
itaaHardware &-oue CCutlenrySIStoreth
Vocals. . . .uually e t i n t lretheir t upenid SheS toret.o
ag, aa aamhimgsod y swil e araatdof 6.4 i n 7 Octavos Ofr- h elbae
.\ etaaau~ear. . LaNTATfIcoN &BROGmNSliz.:ro&
MLLLRKY OKliN nos 1nd A.E I SGux&CoAfNew' York.
~ fe deorsataiveInsranc ljaak Auust G~. Thof arei ane wi'nthe 'est on thaoaiitrnsuably-e
ja->:ed material C, Oc t h ll the 39etiprv mn
und ynreII.KinAarl, a liA NoTFti ind hevriu
ItS,.a~ou sx yarsoha, oun~a eImgS ofS this elimte-d or equsialtate ofet
intla haIf bnds ighwit a baze n lscfaeiaid s . of laa gyoodl .as tke ot ctattai
haliaisd. a lit3- e' w STTUJS,.M E.1. Adan mlar thetheap hieatuea whoo adsirulsheo,
Giv ni yoi' ttntin ! .la tinr, i.
4 LITthoreStaiklebieRINT Easc'USitlasathbylarite(i
Accotainillthefe'taatettae aioron ite of al e. pplrS ns
ClarytViolins,7 Guitars, Violinc1.ellsarDS.
DR. A.- G. TEAGUE, I
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
''A KES this meliod of retaining his thanks to
r his friends and patrons, fir the patronage he
has received in the vale of Drugs, Medicines, &c. .
Ile is now receiving an additiun to Lis already
extensive Stuck of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye 'tuft's, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Puny
Physician's Shop Zurnitare,'&c.
THE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
Fine Cigar and Tobacco,
Of his own and Nortlern make,
French Extracts, &c.,. &c.
Paint, .Ilair, lint, Shoe and Tanners Brushes
Tinctures & medicinal Compounds,
made under his own-supervisinm in st-iet
accordar ce with the U.S. Disp'ry.
The most Reputable Nostrumus,
All of which he will sell at prices that will compart
favornly with any Southern market. Thouse wish
Sig to purchase artieles in his like will de well to
cnll and examine his Stock and prices.
Edgefield C. II.. Jan 22 if I
SHIP CHANDLERY, .
No. 601 East-Bay, opposite P. & m. Bank Iv
CiAILErroN. S. C.
H E leps eni.tantly for sale a gen,-ral n ort
mLent .f PAINTS and OILS of all kinds,
Winrnv Wlnss and .SauihIs,
Spls. Turpentine. Cnmiaphene-,. Spirit Gas,
Tallow, Grinltones, Crdage,
Chain l'uinps. Glue, Packing Yarn, l
Cotton Foot Gin. Fixtures, and Brushes of various
Chineleston, Nov. 1 Gm 42
Col( ultra, S. C.. q
STEAM ENGINE BUILDER
And Boiler Mlaker.
LL kiids of Flour, Urist and Saw Mill Gear- a
ink aund hfting masde and warranted to per- ai
foran eqal to any in the Siite, r
Dr. IR. T. Maass, at Edge'ie:d C. II., is anthorsed
Agent ti make contracts.
.Nov. 2, 183. - y 42
THE MARRIAGE STATE; ,
Uheli Nappiuesa and Jealth, or .elury ad
Mickness, assend if f
MOST STARTLING CONSIDERATIONS !
Reflections for the Thoughtful.
Strange that countless human beings exist and 3
drag through life as do the beasts of the field, or b
the insects of the earth, evincing no more thought
or refiietion than though the noble faculties of mind y
were not vouchsafed to them..
Many such are husbands and fathers, upon who-a w
are dependent the health, the well-being, and "ms e
happiness of a confding and affectionate wife, with t
perhaps a family of children.
HoW oFTEN rr HArrENS THAT TH .l
WIPE LINGERS PROS YEAR TO YEAR
In that pitiable condition as not even for one day to ta
feel the happy and exhilerating influence incident
to the enjoyment of health. C
She may not be an invalid confined to her bed, '
or even 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 or it ; but she is nevertheless perceptibly
sinking from day to day, and always ailing.
Thus day after day, and month after month tran
spire. iler health daily sinks, till Ainally even the
hope of recovery'nao longer remains. An'd thus C
THE BLOOMING BRIDE, a
Butha few years ago in the flush of health and d'
routh, anuoyancy of spirits, rapidly, and appa
retyinexplicably, becomes a feeible, sickly, de
bilitated ife, with framno emaciated, nerves an-.
strung, spirits depressed, countenance bearing the
impress of suffertng, and an utter physica[ and
omuesthis deplorable change may and dogs
arie ren ogaicor constitutional causes. But ,
oftener, by far oftener, to gross and inexcusable
ignorance of. the simiplest and plainest rules of '
Ihealth as connected with .the muarriage state, the II
Iviolation of irhich entails disease, suffering andl .T
misery, not only to ti wife, but often
Ulereditary Comlplaints upon the C'hildrenl a
"UINTO TrHE rulRD AND FOuRTh oRNERLATION,n
TransmItting CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA,
IIYPOCHIONDRIA, INSANITY, GOUT,
KCING'S EVIL, amnd other diseases, c
DREADFUL INHERITANCE -r
from the Parenits.
And must this continua i Shall we be wise in 4
Iall that concerns the cattle of our fields, our horses,
our sheep, of cows, our oxen, the nature ad
character of the soil we possess, the texture and I
Iquality of our goods and merchandse; but in all that
concerns ourselves as human beings, with human .I
functions ad passions, subject to great derange- n
ment, involving our future peace anmd happiness- I l
in all that concerns the health andl welfare of the
wife of our affections, and the mother of our chil- t
dren; in all thiat concerns the mental and.physiesl '
well being 'of those children, we should he Im
inersed in the darkest and most C
BENIGHTED IGNORANCE, a*
AS CUILPAi.E As INExClisAnl.E! I
How long shall this ignorance prevail so produc- c
tive of its bitter fruits I Hlow long shall the wife
-and msother be ignorant of the nature, character and
causes of the various womb and sexual conmplaints, I
embittering her days by suffering-suffering often ,n
proloned to years, eventuating in a conmplication of ,,l
dieases utterly and hopelessly incursble 1 Shall a
we for ever close our eyes to the results of physio' 1.0
logicals science by which we may arrire at an vs
understanding of ourselves as men and women,
subject to serious life-long enduring diseases, and at
perpetuating them to our children. C
LET EVERY WIPE AND HUSBAND PONDER.j
.No husbaiul or woife need be ignorant of eat
concerns them most fo kuowe to secure their health
and hupiiness. That knwcledgc is contuined int a.,
little work entitled T
THlE MARRIED WOMAN'S ,
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION, t
BY DR. A. .\1. MIAURICE AU, at
PRO07i5S0o OF DISEAS5s OF WoMKtN.
One Hunsdredth Eit'ion. I8m,., sips. 25,0. Price sol Cents
foN FINE PAPESR,. ExITRA aINDINo, $1 DO.) sn
First published in 11947 ; and IT is not
SURPRISING OR WONDERFUL, I
considrinmg that EV E RY FE MAL E,
wheither MAIEfD OR NOT, cenn here
acquIre a full knowleudge of thae na
turte, character nand causes of hier
conaiplaitu, wvith tihe vairias
symptoms, anid that nearly sul
HALF A MILLION COPIES i
should have been sold. It Is impracticable to con l.a
vey fully the various subjects treated of, as they K
are of a nature strictly intended for the married, S.
or those contemplating marriage, tea
UPWARDS OF ONE HUNDRED THOU. ca
SAND COPIES . gs
Have been SENT BY MAIL within the last few Dem
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. f.
BE NOT DEFR.AUDE D
Buy no book unless Dr. A. M. Mauriceau, 129
Liberty Street, N. Y., is on the title page. and the s
entry in the Clerk's Office on the hack of the tItle.
page ; and buy only of respectable and honorable 'li
dealers, or send by mail, and address to Dr. A. Mi. -
Mauricean, es there are spurious and surreptitious
Infringements of copyright.
Er Upon receIpt of One Dollar "THE MAR.
RlIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COM. -
PANION" Is sent (mailed free) to any part of the
Unted States, the Canadas and Brtish Provinces.
All Letters innst be ost-paId, and addressed to 70
Dr. A. M. MAURIOCAU, -Box 3224, New-York g
Oily. Publishing Office, No. 129 Liberty Street,
Ur For sa.'le in this Village by D)r. A. G
T AG IT E. Price 50 Cenits.
Saept 'd. -y-3
Fresh and Pure Garden Seeds,
J UST' Ileceived a lage anda well smmortedl su;pply
of- G A 1L EN SE EDS fromt thie. elebrated4
Sed Establsinnment of~ Comnstoek,. Ferro & Co., 1
warnuted fresh sud purei.se
If von wi-lh to have jour Garden wrell stocked A
with ehaice Vegaibk-s next yesir, you hiive unthing de
to do. buti to get a .suplply of these Seedls, make your D
grounmd rieb, plaint at the right tinmt sand cultivate thn
Iaropierly. G. L. PENNY, AuF..vr. pr
IDec el _ __tf 49
JManni'actured Tobacco! -
J USTI Received direct from thme Fac-tary, Thirty
Boxes CihEWING TOlBACCO, conamrisinu
F-ur Choiice .lIenumds, vit.:: lioney I ewv, Oramnoco, 1
Exi'-\ andl lremniiuma. For saule by the Box.. uir at ECI
etail at 1.0W Pl'CE"S. Donui't iail to 'nlsd put
sampe before buyisg.elsen.where. ~. TI!
O -26 G. L.PN , F.Tr . r
LOTHIN G _IlPORIUM.
W M. O. PRICE & CO., Tan.ons-FOR
TILE SPiCENG TRADE-Are eom taatly.
naufaetring and iT AL3. rT3EsL'li supplied with
he newast styles'of
Clothing of all descriptions,
COATS, PANTALOONS, VESTS,. SHIRTS,
Undersiirts and Drawers,
MRATS, SCARFS, GLOVES, BELTS AND BRACES
HOSIERY OF ALL KINDS,
Trunks, Travelling Bags, &c., &c.
TOILET FtRNISIIINi G-Faney Soaps, Ex
rnets, Cloth and (lair Brrshes, Co.nba,.Ragers
.inies,.Shears, Parses and Port 51onies, Canes.
Jmnbrellais, Iints, Caps, and every article of G .n
lenens' dress and perseenal furniture.
TO TilE" 'F.l)E-Wea are wall-supplie.witl .
TLOTIIS. CASSIaIElES, VESTJN.GS ANDi
rIt.MMINGS. Cloths by the piece, pattern-.or
ard, which we will sell as low awcanbe bought iv
ew York City.
WM. O. PRICE,
W. T. INGRAUAM.,..
No. 258 Broad-street, Augusta Gal,
March 30 tf ,
OR. BUYSO fT'S IMPROVED ETRACT OF
YELLOW DOCK ft SARBAFAmRL.A.
rS NOW PUT UP IN 'T'E LARGE8T
L lotlesi, and is acknowledgedto be the iest$A
APAItILLA made, as is certified by the' Worotv
ut. Cuttu it has performed;. the o'ginal:;ciopiei
hich are in the poassi oft if the J rujtiedr. S
irmber, this is the only true and ]tIGL AEALrtptel
The Medicine, when used nevortfiua se direcione.
WILL CURE, WITIOUT FAIL. .. , ,
CRort*I.A On KIsas EvtL, C. serCe, Tsoaos, .ZLarresw
or TtE SiKIN, E aij'rsA. Caanstc Sex.R-Erat.Itf
wons on TLma, sr..LO n llrta,,- PurntxAntsi,
-AIns as tax Baassa Out Jatmi , -O..
Soites ANt' U.t.enin, Sw*LL.L.G
OF 'rlE GL.5Ix6, STPInLs,
SALT D 'ua. a I-e r..a or , .- -
KtDnEvs, Leoit or A. ecrtTI. ha.
ANY Alt1sING 7501 Th rile i o 'uti. - -
PAts is TnE Sman ASa oisor'nntsa, ueS.iAL'j
SILtyT, 1)i:ersy, LrsaAO, J.trocE t AsN ConTnrNZW.
t'he Best Female Medicine knqwnr
Ti: peculiar maladks to which fenikes are subject, suts
only praluce great taeslily exlaiation, accnapanled iy a
-prae'I nass l aoftsen gdaan state of mind. As the syanaS
eclines in strenuath. there Is a toss of~nrge, -power. daisd
in, very natutrally unpairls thecnergy of the mind and dis
irbs the eguntimity of the temper. Every eandid Woman
lho hin sutrenai blun tetuale camaints.will adnmit tshi to be
ie mourunid tralh.. Now. to obtainn relif It is only'n."e-asa
to stop Ilh esaialency to e-jpetken and debility. This Is
re hv rnsewinr that fainntniu of beailti and strength.,the
.0ol), nnsd no mieicinc neemaplisheasithis desirable resulf
speelili and canpiete ns "' r. tinysott'tS impred Eutrad
Yetlow.lloek aid Srsaprilin." . . .
Jatliea,of little complexion iad entempile habits, and
cl as nre debilitata lay uhose obstructilos which females
- tahfrto. are restored, by the usel of a bottle or two to
laona and to vigor.
crofula and Cancer cured by Dr. Guysott's Es
tract of Yellow Dock dud Sarsaparilla.
*eTLEGE, Granger County, Tenn. 1
Ap1r1iSthb, 1uSi'.. r.
J. D. PAea. E.-q.. Cincinnati. ).-')ear Sir:.It gives me
rent saataction to add ay testhnoay in fuvor of ' Dr. Guy
Is Extract or Yelliw Dock and. .ara.aparilln' to- that'e
s numerous and highly respectable persona who havc-beet
en -lrtted by the maediciie.
vwife has Iaeen suffering f'r the space of nearly fra
urs itilt Serufulu and Cancer. which.A 1- tihk. fouad Its
-ighn ins the derungemenits. otes,stew jxceullar to her eez,
aile in Lthe menr time she was under the cnre. of the most
nianet Physieias in this section of couattry, without der'a'
:asy atakrial aid from their prescripthons.
t'pirai the reconienati on of )r. Ca-kena, one oaf our
hysic:ions. who had seen the 'edicine usel with happy
Iltr. I obtained of sour Agents here. one bottle of t r.
uysott's Extrnct of iaellow [ock und Sarsuparrilta." and as
iy wife found relief from that hottle, I bought sonne asix 'bat
es. which se aas taken with the moitn atonalbing hey
,r I sns pleased to say it has.eatirely.eured her. fur shkhe s
dtirely recovered fromi her Illness, naii the Scrofula,and
sicer are cnred sound aind well
Acceptituy gratitude. Respetiatl,
1'emales, Read the following.
Mr.. 11r'sxx-r:-Wo talie ph-asur, In 'tlajg dhat your
ellow iDock Sursaparilla gives gres. a stuetiol" in' every
A very resapeclabhle gssnih-mran ltnined mo that hja. dauigh
r as irssunied willh diliclet mnsatton and udiaeusess p5.
ltar to hesr sex. She hail not land -her rasgistir'a mnstrual
ielihargae for a alone ie-tit by the ue of Dr. Guymtt's
elluraw Ikick nl Saanparlla was radienlyeuredL Sh'e sed2
awnsenid's nisud ithesa withotit -re~~~ctly the shlitest benefit.
e ad 4 OneI ausghater toodie fromujitah mins ense3t" .
(2P::e: $1 per bottle-six boltk-e for*. . o
SCOVIL k MEAt). 111 Charter. Street, New Orlean.,
enarat Wi bislesale-Agenita for-*.ibtllaiut
ti ENlE. AUbbao:tie .C. ItLtRZMtL-JONF1+5,.Ss.
5. 1.;. A. J7. CREtlallTO - atiurgi.JAVILAND -
ISI.EY & CO.ssAstps, Ga. t.1jet e A a't in every -
'HE ROAD-TO HEALTEL
'ure of a Disordered Liter and Bad Digestion.
,qay oft a Letter tromi Mr. I. W. KiaatLra, Chemist, 7, Ires5.
cut Street. Liveranul, idted Cth Jane, Iaol.
as Piersv. Ilai.owaY,- -
Sir: Yasir l'is nad (Ointmeint hnvae stssnd the highelst om
ir sate tiM st' firaprisetary .\ldaineas ror seatme lenra. .A
it.amer. tao whom [i n efer for nanyi inqiuiriaes, desires mei
.Iei yiiu kniow l'tharticuilarsf aiebr ense. She' laa been -
riubled liar yarti ith a dliaardered's liver. anda twi digeation.
n tie last ..eshin. howevs'er. ilae virulensce of the atteek
na -eoannrmfig. ndia thie init:nnamntin set in 'oseverely. that
subts were enatertniaaedl of liar ntia lsaeing atsle- to bear ap.
detar It: tiarta~itely shss- was isndnieat to try. your IPitla,-ail
e informias mue thai ufta-r the tisat. ands etich sqceceding.diaae,
e hi great reltef. Shre coinuedsia to take-them, andl a
.augha she useil onlay tharee~ liNiees, alie* hIs si i tlaieenornienat
perfect hadth. I couisld have senl t o maiy imore ean's
it the utlaove. trmii thea seiitly sof theC naUek, andt ithe sp-diy
re, I tinak. ipeakasimuch ina faior of youtrzn'5oniahin~ 'Ill. -
(Signlea) . K W. KIlRKLS.
ns Extraordinary enre of Rheumatic Fever, ii
V7an Diemena's Land.
spy oft a Letter ise~rta'l ini the fIlaart Towns C'ouarer, of libe
1st ot 3inreht. Nat. hsy 3jor J. W.su.a'in.
Starrgaret Mletaeniigai,. nsintaen yearsaoi age. residinlg al3
-'a Taiwn. hnas iyeni .aaffesriing froma n vileint rhuansatic (fever
aipiunrila aof tuwi moi'nths,. whichl luad enatrly depslrivest her'
thea uiss- at lair limtiasa: duariig this pe~rial alto was undear the.
re of thme taunt einent'si mienzimen In Ilobart Taown. nuda.
thems tier ensea was eoastatadeal hopeacs. A flhiend pre
iledupn hasiiter lei try llolloway'a elabrated Pills, which she
ni.aient tao do,. nnai in nut luer'edilel asort p otimte thay
'ectal a pierfecat cure.
ure of a Pain and Tightlness in the Cheat and
Stomach of a person b4 year. of age,,
om Messrs. Tuxi'w .& S.,. Proprietors oh'-the L~ynnadhve r
itier, a hto cnn vouch for the hollowinlg statemnaat:
a Patiomon Hos.r.ws:
1r: I desaire' las bear testimonay to thea gnna effaect of Hotlo
*y's Pilsk Fair somec yenrs I uniferedl seerelay frnma a pain
d' tigtnesais In the stomaeh, whiech wias also amatsanled
a shaorfne'sa aof breath. that preentedl lis froan walking
sout. I una t4 -earsof age. sund nostwaitamlinag moy a
siel saL'te of tare. these l'ills hare so relierval mes thiat aml
.ros that aithiers iahousld li- madle acqiaiutedi with 1ffa"
tules, I am noaw rendaiered tby their mien coiapsratl~ly
i e.nndai esann take e~Servisae without inconvenctienes er p&Ia,.
ich t coule't ait do bef'Sore. -'
(sinel IENRY's .COE.
North street. L.ynn, Norfolk,
ese celebrated Pills are wouderfully ejica'iious:
in the followiung Comp jlaints :
igne' ..istham. Billotut (Compat; Ittotehies-on the Skin.
>wvel Complainta, coallea, Conastiaion er the lhawels Con
nyltiona. Debily. Dropsy, tDvsentuary, Eryaainean. J ettialo
teguaiarities.. Fevers of all kin'ds. Fits. Gout, lletdnehe. In
egiton, hlnuimnion,..inaundie. Liver Comlaaintis, Piles,
mnbagoi 1.eum'~sallsna, ltamthon of thea Urine. Serofala, or
ng's Evil. Snre' Thsrati, Stoinie anal Gravel. Seondary
tss. Tie Dauml,,ureux. Tsamnusra. Ulcers. Venereal .f
tins, Worms of alliads, Weakness, from1.whatever
sield at the es'tabishment ot Profteswir IIOLL.OWAY, 224
und, near Temiple Riur, LUamdems, and by nll reipeetibte
gglals anal Di~aersthr7edilcines throughnuit the Erlfish
spie. andl of the~was of thie t'nliedt Stales, in li0xes at I% *
ala, ST cents, amid $1 .M cets ench. Whosale by-the rhn
isi Drug housaes hn the .UnIon, i tan b iy 5al5. .1 , 3.1..
N D$, New Yaork. analP. M. U0HIEM., Charlenton. -.uX
or sale In Edgelleid by Ga La PENN. *
WJ- There tsa coiniberable saving by taklig the largew
~B.-Dlrections lfar the guIdance of patenbla'40err
arer are mnilixed to each box.
isurch N'O ly* 10
For the Planters!.
"' ACAAC Lbse P'eruvian6aa
9 )UUU 100) bble. Kettlewell's GUyA30s
and SA LaTS, .
Jibls. Kettlewell's CIIIsCA L SALTS.
" Pure grounad PLASTER.
The aibove. cele~braed Mdanures for sale b~u
J. SIJBLET & SOIS.
hinmburg, Nov 14, if-44f
gif The Lasurenasville Jdrld, JndesendentP~ss
1 A ndea~rson. (iaxette will copy the a'bo'ae foute
sa. naed forward bils to J1. S.- & SON.
L L Persos are hereby fors'ared not to trade-'
for a Note mif linud for aibout aio nhdrd an&
'enty-seven adlinrw, paynable to Thoasn Rodgers,.
bauiiniisutatr of the estate of A ltxnde~r 1amsilton,.
,ense.d, signsed by the Sdibsieriber, bearinig date 8thk
-cenber, 1853, tad due twelvo msonths antarinas
[oproperty for whieh uidt note~was given bas5
ved to be unsounad. . /
JAMES S. H ARRISON.
Fi-h G. 1P54 - .t .4i
ot.ice - 'I
9 Het eby givena to thne Creditors oftF?. Ml Tduta,.
decasel, to meet. in thiegnliiarf's Olic.tt
geliel'd, ail thme 2iitd Monaday iti-&leil next,fot the
rposre of makinig as fiuni settlenionien symd Eilae.
aise claimns not re0 stetinf thift imc -witIlie
sae'uded'. .- E2 N A m