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TE OINTED LOVER
t ass: not if the world unfold
A fairer form than thine,
Tresses more rich in glowing gold,
And eyes of sweeter shine.
It isaenough for me to-know
That thou art fair to sight ;
That thon hast locks of golden.fow,
And eyes of playful light.
I ask not if there beat on earth.
A warmer heart than thine,
A soul more rieh in simple worth,
A genius more divine.
It is enough for me to prove
That thou hast a soul sincere,
'A heart well made for quiet.love,
A fancy rich and clear.
Already by kind lieaven so far
Beyond my wishes bless'd,
I would'not, with presumptuous prayer,
Petition for the best.
While thou art wise, and good, and fair,
Thou art that best to me ;
Nor would I, might I choose, prefer
A lovelier still to thee.
A Yankee Story.
[The funny colwnns in the English papers
derive.more of their "stuff for smiles" from
the journals of this country, than any other
source. We find in one of them, this ludi
- crous anecdote of. the "Bewiched Clock,"
- which was quite new to us:]
About half-past ereven'o'clock on Sunday
- - night, a human leg, enveloped in blue broad
cloth, might have been seen entering Dea.
con' Gephas Barbery's kitchen window.
The leg was followed, finaly, by the entire
person of a live Yankee, attired in his Sunday
go.to-meet'n' clothes. It was, in short, Joe
Mayweed who thus burglariously won his
way into the deacon's kitchen. "Wonder
how much the old deacon made by orderin'
me not to darken his door again I" soliloqui
sed the young gentleman. "Promised him
I would't but didn't say nothin" about win.
ders. Winders is just as good as doors, if
there ain't no nails to tear your trouses onto.
Wonder if Sally'll come down ?-The critter
. promised me. I'm afread to move about
here, 'cause I might break my shins over
somethin' ruther, and wake the old folks.
Cold enough to freeze a Polish bear hear.
0, here comes Sally."
The beautious maid decended with a
pleasant smile, a tallow candle, and a box of
of lucifer matches. After receiving a rap
turous greeting, she made up a rousing fire
in the cooking.stove, and the happy couple
sat down to enjoy the sweet interchange of
vows and hopes. But the course of true
love ran.no smoother in old Babery's kitchen
than it does elswhere, and Joe, who was just
making u'p his mind to treat himself to a
kiss, was starled by the voice of the deacon,
her father, shouting from his chamber door;
"Sally! What are you getting up in the
middle of the night fori"
" Tell him it's most morning," whispered
"I can't tell a fib !" said Sally.
" I'll make it the truth then," said Joe; and,
running to the huge, old-fashioned clock that
stood in the corner, he set it at five.
"Look at the clock, and tell me what time
it is," cried the old gentleman.
"I'ts five by the clock," answvered Sally ;
and corroborating her words, the old clock
'The lovers sat down again and resumes
-their conversation. Suddenly the stair esd
began to creak. "Goody gracious! lt'e
father," exclaimed Salley..
" The deacon! by thgnder !" cried Joe.
" Hide me, Sally !"
" Where can I hide you I" cried the dis
" Oh,!I know," said he. " I'll squeeze into
the clock case." And, without another
word, he concealed himself in the case, and
closed the door.
--rhe deacon was dressed, and sitting him
* self down by the cooking stove, pulled out
*his pipe lighted it, and commenced smokirg.
*" Five o,clock, eh ?" said he.-" Well, I shall
have time to smoke three or four pipes, and
then I'll go and feed the critters."
" Hadn't you better feed the critters fust,
sir," suggested the dutiful Sally.
"No; smsokin' clears my head, and
wakes me up," replied the deaco3, wvho seem
ednot a whit-disposed to hurry his enjoy
Burr.rrr-whiz-ding! ding!! ding!!!
went the clock.
" Tormented lightning !" cried the deacon,
-starting up, and dropping his pipe on the
stove ; what'n creation's that."
- "It'soemly the clock striking five !" said
-. Sally tremuously.
Whiz! ding ! ding!! ding!!! went the clock
"-Powvers of mercy ' cried'the 'deacon.
" Stricken five ! it's stricken a- hundred all
~" Deacon Barbery !"' cried the deacon's
better half, who had hastily robed herself,
and now came plunging down the staircase
in the wildest state of alarm, what is the
matter with the elock?"
" Goodness only knows," replied the old
man. " It's been in the family these hun
dred years, and never did I know it to carry
on so afore."
" Whiz! ding ! ding !! went the clock
"It'll bust itself!" cried the old lady,
shedding a flood of tears, " and there won't
be nothin left of it."
"It's bewitched!" said the deacon, who re
tained a leaven of good old New England
superstition in his'nature. " Any how," said
he, after a pause, advancing resolutely to
wards the clock, " ll see what's got into it."
-- "Oh, dont," cried his daughter, seizing
o-ne of his coat tails, wvhile his wife clung to
the other-. " Don't" choroused both the we
men together. -
" Let go my raim-ent," shontedthe old dea
con. I ain't afear d of the powers of dark
But the women would not let go;; so, the
deacon slipped out of his coat4 and while
from the sudden cessation of resatance, they
fell heavily on the floor, and he darted for.
ward, and laid his band upon tihe clock case.
Butt ne~humnan power could opepit. Joe was
holding it inside with a death grasp.. The
' eld deacon began- to be dreadfully frightened.
He gave one more tug. An unearthly yell,
as of a fiend is distress burst froms the inside,.
and then the clock case, pitched head-fore
most at the- deacon, fell head-long on the
loor, smashed is-face, and wrecked its fali
preportiotbs. The current of air extinguish
edi the lamp-the deacon,. the old kdy, and
Sally, fed up stairs, and Joe Mayweed, es.
t.:..at:- h.imsl fr.m, trhe cl.., effmcte
his escape in the same way in which he en
The next day all Appleton was alive with
the story of how Deacon Barbery's clock
had been bewitched and. though many be
lieved his version,. some, and especially Joe
Mayweeed, effected to dis.credit the whole
affair, hinting that the deacon had been try
ing the experiment of tasting frozen cider,
and that the vagaries of the old clock-case
existed. only in a distempered imagination.
However, the interdict being taker. off,
Joe was allowed to resume his courting, and
won the consent of 'the old people to hie
union 'with Sally, by repairing the old clock
till it went as well as ever.
EARLY Ma IaGEs.-I am; a great ad
vocate for early marriages.-There is no
checks like matrimony for the. erant pro.
pensities of young manhood. -Few live to
what are called the years of discretion, with.
out losing.,one of their parents; sisters wed,
and get new house-holds of our own, and
the first home is lost. Then usually comes
to the young man the choice between the
devl and the angel.
If he prefer the latter, he will generally
find her in the guise of the gentle wife.
I believe half the worthlessness, idleness,
and unenergy of bachelo-ism are products
of interference -and prevention of early mar
An early marriage is not necessarily an
imprudent one any more than grey-beard's
last wedlock is a wise one.
The divine instincts of youth will guide
us more correctly in the choice of t com
panion.than our world-wisdom, what we, in
our corruptibn call maturer judgments.
Neither are parental and guardian terrors
are always well founded.
A young. man is otjected to because he is
poor; because he is quick, careless of opinion
inclined to defy harsh judgments-a dis.
position which prudent old ladies call reck.
lessness; and which is as natural to gen.
erous youth, as scandal is to prudent old
A young 'man without positively fixec
vices, who has these three qualities, generosi.
ty of feeling, affeetionateness and honor may
be safely trusted with the welfare of the wo.
man he loves; my word for it, he B ill secure
it more certainly than he who buys a wife
for two carriage horses, a sofa at the.Opera
and an entrance into Mrs. Fungus' set.
[Donald Mac Leod's Bloodstone.
RAILROADS IN MAssACHUsEns.-The
Boston Courier has an articlb respecting
railroads in that State, designed to shoo
that they have already been multiplied tc
such an extent that it is impolitic to invest
additional capital in these enterprises, al
least for some .time to come.
G EORGE ROBINSON & H. B. JACKSO3
have sasociated themselves together, for the
transacting of a
General Hardware Business,
Under the style of RetumsoN & JACxson, H'amiburg
where we will always kseep-an extensive assortmien
'f EVERY THING in that line, together wit]
Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Leather, Trunks, Whipas
hamburg, A pril 27 tf 1.5
R OB IN S ON & J A 6KS0-N,
H AMBURG S. C.
HT AVE now on hand a most complete Stoc
iLof Hardware, amongst which may bi
200 Ton English and Sweed Iron,'
500 Kegs Natils,
20,000 Lbs. Castings,
50 Dox. Collins' A xes,
75 "~ Brades' Patent hoes and others,
'5 ." Superior Straw Cutters,
.20 " Spades and Shovels,
10 "~ Rakes,
Tilletaon and others make of Vices and Anvills
Trace, H:alter, Log, Fifth and other style of Chains
.A complete Stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery,
----ALL 5TYLZs OF
Plains, Saws, Chtisels, Screws, Hinges,
Knobs, Bellows, Bitt., Guns,
Pistols, Shot Bag.,
Powder Flasks, Cotton and Wool Cards,
Well Wheels, Kettles, Stew Pans,
Frying Pans, Gridirons, Hammers.11 atchets,
Tucks, Wafer, and Wafile Irons, Candle Sticks
Steelyards, Marking Guages. Spirit Levels,
Andih ons, Shovels and Tongs, Screw
Plates, Compasses, Thmum
Hamburg, A pril 27 tf 15
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c,
W &J. H IL L, Hamburg, S. C., would in
. form their friends and customers that th~ey
keep eonstantly on hand, at their old Stand,
LARiGE and WELL SELECTED STOCK,econ
sisting in part of the following articles.
F IN E C UT L RY.
A large assortmen~t of Pocket Knives, Knives and
Forks, Scissors, &c., &c., both of English and
Tin and Copper Ware.
Every article of Tin Ware kept always -on hand,
and orders received for a~ article that may be
needed in the Copper, Tin, JrSheet Iron line.
A good assortment of Hleat'ing and Cooking Stoves,
The latter are recommended to Housekeepers for
neatness and economy.
Guns and Pistolst
A full Assortment of Guns, from ordinary to very
fine. Volts' repeating Pistols Allen's .Revolving
and Self-Cocking Single Barrel Pistols. Also, com
SMIT H'S TOOLS. *
A large and complete Stock or Smith's Tools, con
sisting of Anvels, Bellows, Screw Plates, Hand
and Sledge Hammers, Files, Rasps, &o.
Embracing all varieties of Plains, Saws, Chesels,
A ngers, Hammers, Hatochets, Squares, Compasse.s,
Axes, Adzes, &c., &c.
Spades and Shovels.'
Spades and Shovels, of the best qualities. Also,
Manure Forks, Hoes, &o., &c.
Log, Ox., Trase, Waggon, Coil and Halter Cihaine..
Boljers and Caidrons.
A variety of Boilers and Caldrons, by the pre-per
use of whieh- farmers will find a great saving in
feeding Cattle and Hogs.
CASTINS AND HOLLOW WARE.
Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Tea Kettles, Waffle and Wa
fer Irons, Fire Dogs, Waggon Boxes, Grid Irorni,
Smoothing Irons, Morters, &e.
N A ILS.
300 Kegs of Nails, assorted sizes. Also an assort
rent of English and Ameriean Horse Shoe., and
Horse Shoe Nails. Coffee Toasters, and Cetton
ad Wool Cards.
Straw Cutters and Corn Shellers.
T'he m'ost approved Straw Cutters, and Corn Shel
ers, which larmers would find great economy to use..
CH AIN PUMPS!
hain Pumps and fixtures-an excellent method: for
lawing water from wells.
gg' All the foregoing articles sold on the most
Hambum'g, Oct.26 6m 41.
J UST Reeeived a heavy Stock of READY
'MADE CLOTHING, well suifed to the Fall
nd Winter Trade,. and will- be sold LOW FOR
ASH, or on easy terms to' punctual customers.
Let the doubtfull examine for themselves.
M. W. CLARY.
Claryton, Oct. 3, if 38
Whi'te Lead, Linseed Oil,
AMP OILr NEATS FOOT OIL and TAl
NERS OIL, for sale next door to SUr~zrads.
Ri. T. MIM.
A....4 .e ta
S. S. TO1IPKI1INS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
'" OFFICE IN fEAR oF T7IE COURT nOUSE.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 8, tf 4'
AGENT for the Proseenfon of Claims for Boun
ty Land. Revolutionary and other Pensions
Office at Edgetield C. I.,S. C.
Feb 23 tf 6
FELIX E. BODIE,
or 'ax Collector. r
CHARLES CARTER, -
THOMAS B. REESE,
A. R. ABLE,
THEOPHILUS DEAN, a
M. B. WHITTLE,
LEE HOLSON, - 'I
For Ordinary. h
JOHN W. SMITH, d
W. F. DURISOE,
H. T. WRIGHT, n
DAVID DODIE. h
THOS. G. BACQN. t
R. B. BOUENIGHT, r
New Fall and Winter Goods, a
MILLER & WARREN, ,
Augusta, Ga, tl
H AVE Just received, at their Store, Corner op- a;
posite the Mansion House, a large and com
plete Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, t
MOAMS' 32322 60@E2.
Brocade and Rich Plaid SILKS,
Brocade and Striped Black SILKS,
Embroidered Merino Robes, U
Rich Figured Cashmeres and D'Lainea,
Plain French and English'Merinos,
Saxony Plaids, a beautiful article for 'Children's
Col'd English Flannels, for Children and Ladies' d
Super. White Gauze and Welx-Flannels, r
Black Chally, D'Laines and Bomhazin.es,
French, English and American PRINTS,
French CHSMIZETTES and SLEEVES,
Collars ; Worked Bands ;
Muslin Edgings and Insertings; Irish Linens;
DamaskTable Cloths, Table Napkins and Doyles,
12-4 Heavy Barnsley!Sheetings,
Together with a fine Stock of SATTINETS,
Kentucky JEANS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES
We respectfully solicit a call from our friends l
and customers, and persons visiting the city would
do well to gi.ve us a look before purchasing.
Augustn. Oet 12 6m 38
Dissolution of Copartnership.
Hl11E Firm of ConswA & LEGo is this day dis
solved by mutual consent.
COLGAN & LEGG.
January 2,. 3854.
T HlE Taiforing Business will be contin~ued by
A.the Undersigned at his old stand. Thnkful I
to his customers for their liberal, patronage hereto-(
Cure bestowed on the Finn of Colgan & Legg, lie
hopes by strict aftention to business to merit a con
tinuane of the samu. -JOHN COLGA N.
Jan 2, 1854. tf 51 I
(Under U. 8. HoteL, Augusta, Ga.)
2uRnse CAEFl1-21AO3, 46.
T E. NEWBY & CO., arc now receiv
J. ing'the LA RG E ST, B E ST and MOST
FASUllONA BLE assortment of
Ready Made Clothing,
ever offered in the City of A ugusta. in addition
to which, we are weekly receiving fresh sup~plie~s
from our Hlouse in New York. We also keep
constantly on hand a large sup.ply of
Youths' and Children's Clothing,
A full assortment of FURNIS11ING A RTICLES,
fur gentlemen's wear, viz:
Drawers, suspenders, Gloves, &c., &c.
W' Country Merchants and 11i persons visiting
Augusta, will find it to their int -st to examine our
Stock, as we are determine to os r our Goods at
the lowest prices imaginable.
Jan 16 tf 1
Fresh and Pure Medicines, &c,
T H Suserberhasjinst received a SELE~CT C
Family Medicines, Chemicals, &c, s
-CONSISING IN PART OF-- d
Sulphate of Quinine. Pure Pill Mass,
Sup. Carbonate of Soda, Calomel,
H enry's Cal. Magnesia, Cream of Tartar,
Epsom Salt., Iodine,
Sulphate of Morphine, e- Iodide of Potasseum,
Lump Magtnesia, Strychnine,
Mum's Elixir of Opium, Fahnestock's Vermiifuge,
Thompson's Eye Water,. MeAlister's Ointment,
Cheeseman's-Balsam, Evans', Laneets.
Norwood's Veratrum Viride. p
And a full supplyr of most all the popular Patentt
Medicines of the day, all of which are warranted P
G1. L. PENN, AGENT. t
Oct 26 tr 41 t -
--EAERs N- 5
CARRIAGES, BUJGGIES, &c. te
MI~C'GREGOR & SMITH, build to order Car.
.lriages of every deseription. 'They also keep -
on hand a large and spilendid assortment of
New and second-Hand Carriages.
gg All orders promptly attended to, and Re
pairing neatly executed.
Edgefield C. H., Jan 18 tf 1
ISRe-opened, at the root of the hill, immediately ki
atteentrance of-the Plank Road into Main 5
Street, and nearly opposite Mr. Witt's residlence.
He shoes Horses, makes Plows, Irons WVaggons, 3
mcnds Waflo Irons, Lay. Axes, and does varisus.
other things after the old style. lie has adopted
many of the modern inprovements, in fact all of
them except that of slighting his work.
And he humbly asks a call.
Jan 11 i t 52
Beach Island( Land for Sale,
TeESusriber oflirs at private sale FiVE T
T NDE ACRES of Beach Island Swamp
Land, lying on the Rivo, and adjoining lands of "J
Samuel-Clark and James T. Gardner, and rented thi
the present year by James T. Gardner.
About 400 aeres of the above Tract arc cleared A
and well inpuoved. The balance in Cypress and_
ther swamp timber.
Terms made easy to a good purchaser. A pply
to . .LBRADFOD.J
Silverton, S. C.,-May 4 tf 160
.. . -an
Heavy All Wool Negro Goods
MIILLER & .WARREN, Augusta, Ga., have
.VLjust reeefred a large Stock of Georgia
Plains and q large 'lot of 5-4 and 9-4 Ne
gro Blankets, some of them weighing dightA
pounds to the pair, t-which they invite the atten- s
tion of planters. Afso, fut
IGENtiNE HETT D56H0R BOLTING CLOTHS, be
From No-1I to hO!0._
FALL TRADE, FOR 1853!
C UN IN GH i
PHE UNDERSIGNED having given a further trial to the CASH SYSTEM during the
Lpast season, have become still more convinced that it is the only true system of doing a
ROCERY BUSINESS on terms advantageous to both seller and buyer, being the cheapest;
fest and surest for both. While the seller is benefitted by getting the CASH PAID DOWN
r his Goods, enabling him to turn his money over many times in the year, the buyer has the
lynntage of getting his Goods
Ten or Fifteen per Cent Cheaper
'ban they can be obtained from those-who sell on credit; they being compelled to sell at this
iflerence of per centage to cover bad debts and pay the additional expense of keeping and col
eting long accounts. It only requires a little reflection, aided by a slight examination, to con
inee those who visit Hamburg for the purpose of purchasing SUPPLIES, that the Merchant who
eals exclusively on the Cash System in purchasing his Stock, lays it in cheaper than those who lay
large Stocks on credit, with a view to selling them out in the same way, being enabled to turn
i capital over only once a year, must of course get larger profits to sustain his business, than
im who on the Cash system, buys moderate Stocks, SELLS QUICK and TURNS OVER hi.
pital every thirty to sixty days. The intelligent planter will perceive that the CASH SYSTEM
lerchant will have made more money at the end of the year, by making FIVE PER CENT PROFIT,
ian the credit syster man will at TwENTT-FIVE, and that those who buy Goods had better bor
'w the money at Sorne, and allow even fifteen 'or twenty per cent interest, and pay CASH for
is supplies, than to purchase on time even from the best CREDIT HOUSES.
The Undersigned having made ample arrangements to keep on hand a LARGER STOCK,
rid much better as.ortment of
ALL KINDS OF GROCER.IES
'han they did the past season, only ask of their friends and others visiting this market, to give
ten a call, where they will find, in addition to FINE FAMILY GROCERIES, a large
apply of nearly all the staple Goods usually used in the country, such as
addlery, Hats, Shoes, Calicoes, Shirtings, Sheetings, Blankets,
FLANNELS, &c., &c.
Being thankful fir the liberal patronage of the past season, and looking forward to a largely
creased trade the comning Fall. we have laid in and are now receiving our Stock, and take plea.
re in calling the attention of customers to our superior -
Teas, Sugars, Coflee, Cheese, MYolasses, Flour, Bacon,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
'hose who prefer paying Cash for their Goods, and thereby save Fifteen Dollars in erery IHun.
red, had better call at, our Old Stand, on they Corner nearly opposite the Carolina Hotel. where
II articles sold, will be put up in the best manner, and warranted to tnrn out wh:t they are rep
,ented. R. F. & 11. L. CUNNINGHAM.
llamuburg, Oct, 10, 6m 39
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
DRY GOODS FOR THE FALL TRADE.
U A. RANSOM. Agent for R. M. Fux.LER. is now in receipt of a LARGE and SPLENDID
.. s Stock of FORtEIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, comprising all which is new and
eautiful. Anong which may be found- -
11 Wool DE LAINES, of rich and splendid j Red, white and fig'd Flannels, all qualities;
style, Solid colored Fl:ennels, for Sacks;
.arge and small fig'd De Laines. all qualities, Cawsmiers, Snitinets, Tweeds and Kentuck
ersian Dc Laines, various qualities, . Jeuns, all qualities;
'laid Silk l.ustres, very rich ; Bleached and brown Table Damaske, warranted
Raw Silks, in high colors ; all Linen ;
;ashmeres and Alrpna Lustres, all qualities Bleached Damask Talble Cloths, some very fine ;
and colors; Bleached aned berown Linen Towellings aned
lain bl'k Gro d-Rhine Silks, various qualities Toewels :all gnalities;
and widths; Embroidered Table Covers;
lck WVatered Silks, a snperior article lrish Lineen oF every gunility, from celebrated
SFig'd and Brocade Silks; mn~intceries ini soft linlish. 5-4, 1o-4, 11.4,
ich, colored Silks, all qnn~lities ; and 12.4 bleached and brown Sheutinigs,
olored Marceline Silks, desirable colors; ,est nke;
olidl colored De Laines antd M'erinos; Granite' ille, AngiTsta and Haneock browne
olidl colored Paris De Bege, for travelling Shcirfings, b~y the bacle or piece, ieenp;
dresses; ~Real Georgia lains, and Twills, olGeo. $hley's
rench Scotch and Amerienan Ginghama, from mntufetuere, ceep;
12 to 371-2 cents: Twilled Kersys, rninufietured at the Augusta
~nglish French ancd Ainerican Prints, from Mannf:~.e; orineg Comcpanyv
0 1.4 up; Georgin Stripes and Oscinbtnris, Cotteon Yarns;
atine Tahnna of new and beautiful styles; White aned colored Mlanikets, large stock, will be
,adies Cloth Cloaks, new nai late styles; sold ceep:
~oored Fringes, Pointed Gimps. and other Whitneiy and Ribbon bound Blankets, all quali
Tritmmings, great variety ; ties and sizes;
lain and-fiig'd Cloths, light fabric for Ladies Crib 1la;nkets;
Cloaks; Three Ply, Ingrain and Hemp Cacrpetings,
tnck Thibet, Bay Stale and e mbroided Shawls: various patternus;
hitasetts, French worked Collars aund Under- Rogs and [Drnggets, for floor cloths ;
sleeves, late styles; Ladies and Childrens Shoe-u;
aonet, Thrend and Lislo E agings and Insert- Carpet B:nis, P'ort Mounies, Ivory anid Penrl Tab,
ing~s, all qualities ; h.-ts, Ext racts Oitto of Rose.s, Fatey Soaps'
adies Merinco annd Silk Under-vests: Colo'gne, Hair and 'eth Biruahes, Iv'ory
idl Silk and Wool Gloves, for Ladies, Misses and Ilorci Comubs,&c., &c.
and Children ;
(Q' These Goods have been purchased with GREA T CARE at the L.OWEST MAR KET
RICES, nnd putrchasers may re.4t assnred that every article will be sold as ceaep as enti be
ught iti Augusta. An exa mination Ia respectfully solicited.
M. A. RANSO.\, AGENT FOR
, - R. M. FULLER.
IfAnnUa, Oct. 26, 1853. if 41
- R E OV A L PIN -O TEBOS ,SC c
oot and Shoe 1iEanufactory. eei'it hi peddasrnrto
~ hA VING removed to the Store perr
-adjoining D~r. At. 0. Teeze P1 's ~0~ TXS
Drug Steere, as usual, I am hpre-Of6 . jznd7Otosrmtheclrad
rd teo cecke to order, Fine Dress, D'ouble Soled lnuttoisfHso &Bvslzcro&
aer Proof acid P'ump Ho.adA IGL c fNwYr.
B osa dS o s, ~ hes~aenal rmte etadtircgeysa
f the very B EST MATtERIA LS, and an excel- adaeAARATJ osa~ h aiu
t it always warranted.chses rtisciat-edfreulyanawe
Also. on'ihand a large variety of BOOT8 auwl s ~ oeelcec escjasd
li)ES f cmy oewn imanufneture, which will be TerBO idSAINKYdprmn
ispsed of on reasotnable terms.
WM. McEVOY. cnit fagnlsuetnn )
Nov. 16 tf 44 Scolad iclln usBo ,
gg" N. B -Wanted, tlhree apprentices to learnAdaltehapitrurasso ueihe,
ec Shioe-making businiess. Pjynse apply seson. . ela ag n elslce tc fSa
~avannah River Valley R. Road Tie tckoPIN D LSCsthlagt
PHIIS Conmpany lhaving beenc organized, aud now I eMrhs aitos o
L preparing to commnee operatioens, deeme it proe
r for the purpose of increasing s.ubsciptions to ~NwMscrcie vr ek
e Stock,~t. give notice that the Directors leave ap,- luca Ixsunct.
'inted all the Comm~nissiouners, heretofoere neppointed Thyaskepcilentasrtneofheu
receive Nutaseritiecs, aned specially reqluest themn
devote still mnore thime and labor to this imiporett igostuet n adxx
etertrise, by contineueng to use their influ..nee inViln, utasVoiceoCl .
ourng as michi Stoeck to be taken as possible, ntCroenSxHrs
thin their resepecteive inenteities. Atnd te this endTEO
y cre authoerized. to recive from subscribers to HONFUiA LAEET AJO
sk, notes bearing intc rest for the inste!mnt of AcodouT nbre,
per cent., payahle toe tie Savannaeh River Vae!ley LTS&c
nil Roa:d. MIRAM HlUTG111S0N, Pres. Aloa srtnutfMuilMrcadi,
Dee 7 3m1 47nasrmn o uero ioi cdGia
N El STIWawy m ad
Hardware & Cutlery Store, l h eocatce ilb odfa aho
lI E SUBSCRIBERS have justreceived their ro dSetugsGa
Fall Stock of Nv 9 f4
HARDWARE & CUTLERY, BOT AN SOS
ensistig of Anvils, Victs, Bello~wa, Smiths H1am-.
urs, Screw Plates, Stock and D ies, Hlerse Sheoe TTEIO RN SOEOPST
eils, Rashes. Filese lland seed Cut, Mill, and all other M sncHlAgsa a
i of SA WS.
dozen of all kinds of Locks.
0 " " ' . Knives. DAESI
U pair Pistols of all kinds.
Guees, Colhts Revolvers, Alhens do. BotSos'rnsCre as c
aggin Chanins, Castings, :llienges, Screws, house AREnwreivgthrFALSOKo
rnshicg -Goods, acid everything else connectedlLeiti deMseBoYuhsae
he a 11aedware 11ouse. CslrasSl1 fte
PIANO--FRTES, Qu00tis, M SC c
em helas, trne CuteeMilsth geuie nd hebeTilletsa h oubsrbht. ldel.- t
elhes xe, Aze, Htcetsan al kndsEde OurAssruentin heir Sendid ArtICEto
,an ayteic sldb u wllb wrrntd of 6,P.L)ANTATIOtNo froGheA.Nerae
MUTJRKY OKM . ANs. and A. 1 EGR~ &VCo. of' SewIork.
'OLED efoe m byIV II Kibre, 550 7ThIEs Sar.-efrm livin neand Bthr hy en
- RL IORS, aoutaixyeas od, oureen I aso ntoter. w~lit a lo~ll ta ke tuecnts,
I ahaf ans igh wt ablze n isfae, ad Barte esiA eATE atmoderandthe varices
changes atffifty dollars.a H. freDARaDS.we
C.W TYEM E n 4f ton can besup1wd
Give me your Attention onSTs ofeaegved diec fo te oFatrTiy
LL icoe ndete tomeeiterby ot or all oxe ChEapiteatrG TOaCC o prbished,
L Acoun wil cnfe a astng avo ontheFou Choic Bsalrgeand well soeyete Joek Oof 8a
bacrber byimmdiaelypaycgupheesam, ia xte aPcnsin g Fo saleb the oxlar atgs
deerindlgene CNNO, no MUT N T e y ats kLep PRInS Dlgnsorn't f t~el afd
expctd. Eouh sid 1loeyis~vht wnt -s e ts be oryng eowhnsa ors
M. W. AARo.de .ns, PEmorN, z
~la~yon, bc.~ltI 4FLUTES, I &c.
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
rAKES this method of returning his thanis to'
his friends and patrons, for the patronage he
ta received in the sale of )rugs, Medicines, &c.
He is now receiving an :'ddition to his already
xtensive Stock of -
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Starffs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patty
Physician's Shop 'urniture, Sac.
THE FINEST WINES AND SRANDIES,
- .for Medicinal purposes,
Fine. Cigar and Tobacco;
Of his own and Northern make,
French Extracts, &c., - &c.
Paint, Hair, Hat, Shoe and Tanners Brushes
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds,
made under his own supervision in stiet
accordar ce with the U.S. Disp'ry.
The most Reputable Nostrumas,
All of which he will sell at prices that will compare
favorably with any Southern market. Those wish
ing to purchase articles in his line will do well tv
call and examine his Stock and prices.
Edgefield C. I., Jan 22 . tf '11
JOSEPH WHILDE N,
0 I 21E O GA11a
No. 601 2ast-Bay, opposite P. & 1. Bank
CuAitLs-roN. $. C.
H E keepe constantly for rule a general asort
ment of PAINTS and OIlS of all kinds,
Window Glass and Sashes, -
Spis. Turpentine, Camphene, Spirit Ga
Tallow, G rindstones, Cordage,
Chain Pumps, Glue, Packing Tarn,
Cotton Foot Gin Fixtures, and Brushes of various'
Charleston, Nov. 1 Gm 42 .
COLUIBIA, S. C..
STEAM ENGINE BUILDER
And Boiler Maker.
, LT kinds of Flour, Grist anid Saw Mill Gear
C ing and Shnfts, inale and warranted to per
forut equal to nny in the State.
JDr. It. T. i ts. at Edgefield C. I., is authorised
Agent to make contracts.
Nov. 2, 1S53. ly 42
a- - N eailt
For the rapid Cure of
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CR011P, ASTHMA, AND
FOR A COLD AND COUGH, take It morning. noon,
ano. evenin, neenccrding to direct leus een the. bele., and the,
dlfnerity will sooni be retmoved. Nnew will long sutger frasta
this. trible wihen they Andi It ean be so readily cured. Per.
0)ama nllirted with a seantede cough. wlehl breaks them of
teir rest at nighit. will find, by takitng the CiELtRY PEf's
TQtAJL otn going to bedl, theyv ny be- sup af sond, un,
broken sle-ep, and co-ns'eque-ntly re-fhehIong b-st. Gieat relIef
from suffering, and an ultimate cure. Is a~.sdel to thousands.
who. are tus afluicted. by this invatluabei senmedy.
From its agrceenbte eff-et in theMr cases. niany find th-tm.
selves unwitting to forn-eg its use whena the necessity for it
Fronm two eminent Physicians la.
FavmiYrn.t.s. Tamrx.. A pril116. 15.
It:a:-We have given your Cherry Pectandl an extensive
tril In our practice. tnetnd *i toa suspasa every other rent.
edly we have fur curing afetoa cthe- spiratorv ras
AsTHMA is gieneralty much wi-ieved, and often wholly
cur-d by Cinr.unv P'arr~ean. lBut the-re are sonme eases tao
obtnate as to yieldi entirely to tn mnedisine. Cherry Pee.
torat will en then,, If they can tie cured.
BBONCHITIS, or irritation of- the threat uned uipper pal
ton of the lungs, ay be cured by taking Chi-.rry leteurat
ine smiall and fre'quent doses. The uncomfoirtable oppressIon
Is soein relieved.
Reov. Doct. LINOs~r. of Erooklyn, Newc Tcrk, state:
SI have seie the- t.'he'rryIete ant curn. such. enses of Astaus
and liruenchltis ns leads ate 1o belIeve It can rarely fall to
cre' thlse ie'itnies.
7OE CROUP.-civennemltienfantimony. totbe followed
by lairge nnd frequlnit dle's ofi thie Cherry P'ertnrat. until It,
sbthdues tht- disease. If taken 11k season, It will not fail to,
WHOOPTNG COUGH may be broken up and soon cured
by the its'eiof (he-rry l'eetoral.
THE INFLUENZA is speedIly removed boy hhais remedy.
Num.nus jinsoeinne leave b-een neiticed where w hole Iamhlhses
were proteet,-el from any st-ri' us ciimseqelnces. while their
ni.ghbore. without the Cherry l'ectorai, were suffering from.
SaL5as, Omeo, Jutne 11, 1858
Dr. .T. C. Avee :--T write to Inform vou eof the tuniy re
tmnrkable ieffretfyc-tr C1t EflIY PEt'fi)IA L In this place,
iid In niy own railiy. Onie of noy daugh~ters wng complete.
ly cured In three days of a dreadful W',hespinag (Cough. by
taking it. D~r. Menus. one of our very beat physeicians freely
states that lie consier,' it thme best remedy we haeve for put,.
mnnry dtitanuss. and that lie has cure-el wore essra of Crnp
wIth It'thatn atn otheir edicine he ever ndministered.
Our clergym:'m or- thoe Jinistist Chturch says that during tie
rn of Infltuenz:a toere thie soeatn. he has see-ti cures froma
vour medicine lie coultd ioepreetv have beleveed without sf4e,
lg. Yours, respectteully,
J. D. SINCT.A IR, P.M.
From the dlstingnishedt Professor of Chemistry and Materila
edia. Beondotn Colle'ge.
Dz.itt out :-t have found the Chierr Pectoral, alits ingre".
dients show, a powerfeel renmedy for ,old, and enughs, ad
pulmionary dlisenses. P. CLEVEI'.ND, M. D).
. run..wick, tlnine, Feb.5, 1855.
Dr. V'At.ssruwa 3tovr. the widely celebrated Professor of'
Surgery int the .\ledical College, New York City, says:
it1 gives nme phea~iire to certify the value and emeiacy of
"AY'IC-i CII bttRY P-wtw.AL."- which I consider pat.
ularly adapted to cure diwtiaes of the Tthrost and Lungs?.'
(Cures of seeverel disene' upon the L~ungs have been effected
by Cherry J'ecttoral in, such e'xtremne eases as warrant the he,
lef that a JtE31El)Y hlAS AT' LAST BEEN FOU7ND
that enn be depended on to cure the Coughs. Colds and Corn.
uption which eanr irem onr mIdst thousands every year.
it s Indeed a mnediciin- to which the atthicted can look with
cofdence for relief, and they should not fall to avalgthem,.
aecves of It.
Prepared and sold biy JAMES C. AYER, Practi',
cal ande Analytical Chietmist, Lowell, Mass.
Sold in Edlgefield by G. L. PENN, and hy Drug.,
gists and Doalers in Medicine every where.
At. Wholesale'hy HavnLAaND, RISLKmY & Co., Aus
gsta. Gia., atnd Charleston 8. C.
Feb 22 * 10: 6.
Essence of Jamaica Gingers
T iS ESSENCE is warratnted to possess, in a,
concentrated form, all the valuable properties of
.JAMAICA GINGER, and will lie found, otn trial, an
excellnt.Family Jeteine. It is particularly recomn.
mended a a tonic, to persons recovering front fever or
other diseases, a few drops imparting to the stomacsh,
a glow and vigor equtal to a wine-glasfetl eof .brane
or other stimulant, witheiut any of the debilitating
efects which are sure to follow the use of liquor ot'
any kinid; and it :< therefore especially servieea ble to.
ehldren and females. To the agedl it will prove a,
great comfort; to the dyspeptic, atnd to these who are
predisposed to gout or rhteutatic affections, It gives.
great relief; and tdl the inebriate who wishes to re.
lorm, but whose stomach is constantly craving .the.
noxious liquor, it is invaluable-giving-time to the.
igesive organs, and strength to resist temnptationi :
and is consequently a great agent in the cause 0*
Persons ddsi'sng an article that enne be:relled'npo%
repared teoleiy from pure JA MAICA GINGER, ab~ouJ4
~e particular to ask for "e Brown's Essence of Jamat
sa Ginger," which is warranted to be what it is rep
esente,and is prepared only at. FRED'K BROWN'
Dng and Cheinical Store, N. E. corner Chietnut and
F'ifth Streets, Philadelphia. -
Directions accompany each boittle.
For sale in this Village by G. L. PENN, Agent.
May 4 . ly II
Presh and Pure GardeR Seeda
UST Recived a large and well assorted supply.
of GARDEN SEEDS front the celebrate4
Sed Establishment of Coihstock, Ferre & Ci,
arranted fresh and pure.
If you wish to have your GardeS' well stoekewt
vith choice Vegetables next year, you have nothing
o do, biut to get a supp!y of these Seeds, makce yout,.
grouna rich, plant at the right time and cultivat.
>roperly. * G. L. PENN, AGEN'
Dec 21 tf 49'
Eamburg & Edgefieid P'k Road.
H E PLANK ROA D from Hamburg to Edge.
field ia no w completed and open for theipubhlie
Hi. A. KENRICK, Pres.
Oct 5 ' ti