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BROWNING r LEMAN
IMPOREERS OF '
Prezel English and German
209'aud 211 King-street, corner of Market-Strert
Charleston, S. C.
C ARPETINGS.-Ingrain, 3 Plys, Brussels, Ta
pestry and Velvets,
CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin and
Curtain Cambrics and Muslins, in large variety,
Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains, all styles,
Gilt Cornices, in all the new designs,
Curtain Gimps, Holders, Loops, Tassels, ke.
Drapery Cords and Bell Ropes, in all varieties,
British and American Floor Oil Cloths,
Silver and Gilt Stair Rods and Stair Carpetings,
of all styles.
Wilton, Velvet, and Axminster Rugs, in large va
Kerseys, Cape, &c.
Red and White Fl.nnels, Shirtings, &c.
Cotton Osuaburgs, of all the best Southern manu
English and American COTTON FLANNELS,
French, English and American Prints,
LINENS, of Richardson's superior make, for
Sheetings, Shirtings. Pillow Cases, Table Damasks,
Doylies, Napkins, Towellings, Huckabacks, Fruit
Cloths, B. E. Diapers, Grass Cloths, &c.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, of best French
Servants!. Cloths, in all the shades of English
Stiiets, Tweeds, Jeans and Lindseys, of all
qualities and styles. With a full assortment of
Rich Dress Goods.
i SILKS. TISSUES, BAREGES, GRENA
I31NES, MUSLINS, &c.
Bombazines, oAlpaeas and Mourning Goods, in
Evening Dress Goods, in great variety, constantly
All the above are of our own Direct Im
portation, and offered at the L O W E S T
Term,..-C ASlI, or City A eceptance.
W-The ONE PRICE SYSTEM strickly ad
liered to. All Goods warranted.
BROWNING & LEMAN.
Charleston, Jan 30 tf 3
W M. 0. PRICE & CO., TAILoRs-FOR
THE SPRING TRADE-Are constantly
nanufacturing and AT ALL TIMES well supplied with
the newest styles of
Clothing of all descriptions,
COATS, PANTALOONS, VESTS, SHIRTS,
Undershuirts aund Drsawers,
CRAVATS, SCARFS, GLOVES, BELTS AND BRACES,
HOSIERY OF ALL KINDS,
Trunks, Travelling Bags, kc., kc.
TOILET FURNISHING-Faney Soaps, Ex
tracts, Cloth and Hair Brrshes, Combs, Rogers'
Knives, Shears, Purses and Port Monies, Canes,
Umbrella., Hats, Caps, and every article of Gen
tlemens' dress and personal furniture.
TO THE TRADE-We are well supplied with
CLOTHS, CASSEMERES, VESTINGS AND
TRIMMINGS. Cloths by the piece, pattern or
yard, which we will sell as low as can be bought in
New York City. WM. o. PRicE,
W. T. INGRAHAM.
No. 258 Broad-street, Augusta Ga.
March 30 tf 10
PROSPECTUS OF THE
New Map of the State of
COxPILED FROM S'TATE, RAn. ROAD AND ('oAs'r
SUvve, Br G. E. W ALKER & JOhN JOHNi
SON, CIVIL ENGINEERS.
TH IIS MAP which is now presented to the pub
lic has been publish by J. 11. CoLTrON, under
the patronage of the Legislature of the State of
South-Carolina, and is the only Map of the State.
which, for accuracy of delineation, and minutia of
detail can claim to be reliable.
It has been conmpiled from all the surveys made
by or under authority of the local governent, the
surveys of the eminent Civil Engineers in the ser
vice of the several rail road comipanties, and the re
sults of the United States coast servey, thereby giv
ing, with great precision, the position of points along
the coast. Trhe Map, ill point of nminuteness, stands
unequalled ; it exhibits the lines of all existing, pro
gressing and projected rail roads; the whole system
of post and district roads and all other internal im
provements ; the situation of cities, towns, village~s,
post ofiees. private residences, and the great multi
plicity of other objects usually found on thc best and
most elaborate maps ; in point of artistic execution,
it will challenge comparison with an~y similar work
which has ever appeared before the public.
The large Scale (5 umiles to the ineha) :dopted by
the authors, and thle great distinctness with whlich
it natural and artificial features are depicted, adapt
its peculiarly to the wants of all interested in conm
mierce, internal trade, anld general business within
the State. No one at all interested in the progress
of the State can well do without this Mlap, which so
faithfuliy delineates the actual conidition of the
The' authors have the honor of referring the
public to the gentlemen whose names are herentto
attached, as having given much valuable assistence
and informtation to the work ; atlso, to many as hay
ing examined and eertified to the authtenticity and
general excel~enee of the same.
Capt. A. IL BowMAN, Umited States Engineer
Lawis R. GtBBas, Esq., Prof. Mathematics Char
Gen. A. H. BamssANE.
L. J. FL.EMING Esq.
Col. E. Bi. WarrE, W. M. STOCKTON, Esq., J.
Y. Muirw Esq., G. 13. LYTIIGOE, Esq., W. H. GaRF
ysN, Esq. Civil Engineers.
Gov. MEANs,- lHon. Wx. AIKEN, Hion. .J. A.
WooDWARZD, lion. L. M. KEn-r,'lH on. W. D. Poa
-saa, Hon. JAs. SnxoNs, Hon. J1. L. PErioRU.
ASbeville Dristrict-J. F. Marshall, Esqn.
Anderson-J. P. Reed Esq.,
Barnwel-A. P. Aldrich, W. C. Sinmms, Esq's.,
Beaufort-A. M Ruth, WV. J1. Grayson, Esq.,
Charleton-hlenry Ravenel, Jas. Ferguson, P.
C. Gaillard, Esq's.,
Chest erfield-W. J. Hlanna, A. McFarlan, Esq's.,
Darlington-J. A. Dargan, W. II. Wingate,
Es .efeld-James Jones, Esq.,
Faiffeld-Hecnry Davis. Jan. Martin Esq's.,
Georgetown-hon. R. F. W. Allston,, D. L.
Harry-Robt. Munroe, Esq.,
Kerahaw-A."H. Boykin, Win. Young, Esq's.,
Lancater-J. H. Witherspooni, Esqj.,
Lauren. -J. Wistar Simpson,.J. H.JIrby, Esq's.,
Lexington-A. G. Summer, Esq.,
Marion-W. W. Ijarlee, Esq.,
Marlboroug-C. WV. Dudley, Esq.,
NewberryHlon. J. B. O'Neall,
Orangeburg-Gen.- J amieson,
Richland-,L Moore, John Pearson, Esq's.,
Spartanburgh -J. W. Tucker, G. Cannon, Esq's.,
Sampter-?. J. Moses, J. J. Belser, Esq's.,
Union-J. L. Young. Esq.,
WYM. RICHARDS, A gent for
Edgefield Barnwell Beaufort, Districts.
March 15th -.tif 9.
A LL Prsonshaving demands against the Es.
taeof George Parrott, late of Aiken, S. C.
will present thenm properly attested, anid those in
debted will make payment to
WM. S. WALKER,
WM. G. MOOD. *"'ors
Charleston. S. C., Mar 15 3t 9
Manufactured Tobacco !
J UST Received direct from the Factory, Thirty
Boxes CHEWING TOBACCO, comprising
Four Choice Brands, viz: Honey Dew, Oronoco,
Extra and Prenmium. For sale by the Box, or at
retail at LOW PRICES. Don't fail to call and
sample before buying elsewhere.
G. L. PENN, AGENIT.
Oct 26' f 41
A LL Persona indebted to the Estate of Daniel
English, dee'd., are requested make immedi
ate payment,.and those having demands will please
render them in forthwith, properly attested2
JOHN SENTELL, Ex'or.
Mareh8 4t :8
Petit Gulf Cotton Seed.
1LST received a supply of New Genuine PETIT
*GULF C&TTON SEED,-for sale by ]
J. SIBLEY & SON. I
Hambug,YFeb20 tf 6
Ir*-ladep.ndea. I.... copy 4 thmaw.
. ELIX E. BODIE,
WM. QUATr IU ,
Por Tax Coallector.
THOMAS B. REESE,
A. R. A BLE,
M. B. WHITTLE,
JOHN W. SMITH,
W. F. DURISOE,
11. T. WRIGHT,
R. B. BOUKNIGHT,
TIIOS. G. BACON.
S. S. TOlM PK INS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
g OFFICE IN REAR OF THE COURT HOUSE.
Edaefield, S. C., Feb 8, if 4
A BNER PERRIIN,
AGENT for the Prosecution of Claims for Boun
.ty Land. Revolutionary and other Pensions
Office at Edgelield C. 1H., S. C.
Feb 23 tf 6
New Fall and Winter Goods.
MILLER & WARREN,
H AVE Just received; at their Store, Corner op
posite the Mansion House, a large and coin
plete Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
IMIE =33-11S SM0ES.
Brocade and Rich Plaid SILKS,
Brocade and Striped Black SILKS,
Embroidered Mlerino Robes,
Rich Figured Cashnieres and D'Laines,
Plain French and English'Merinos,
Saxony Plaids, a beautirul article for Children's
Col'd English Flannels, for Children and Ladies'
Super. White Gauze and Weld Flannels,
Black Chally, D'Laines and Honhaizines,
French, English and American PIINTS,
French CHIEMIZETTES and SLEEVES,
Collars; Worked hands;
Muslin Edgings and Insertings: Trish Linens;
Damask,Table Cloths. Table Napkins and Doyles,
12-4 Heavy Iarnsley Sheetings,
Together with a fine Stock or SATTIN ETS,
Kentucky .1EANS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES
We respectfully solicit a call from our friends
and customers, and persons viiting the city would
do well to give us a look before purebusing.
AuCusta. Oct 12 6m1n 38
Dissolution of Copartnership.
''II E Firm of COLGAN & LEGG is this day dis
solved by mutual consent.
COLGAN & LEGG.
January 2, 1854.
I'HIE Tailoring Business will be conti::ned by
.a.lteUndrsigned at his (old stand. Th~ankful
to his custonmers for their liberal pntroni~age hereto
fore bestowed on the F~irma of C.'l.an & lAegg, lhe
hopes by strict aftention to business to merit a eon
tinuance of the samne. JOIIN COLGA N.
.Jan 2, 18'54. tf 51
Fresh and Pure M~edicines, &c.
T HIE Subscriber hats just received a SELECT
Family Medicines, Chemicals, ac.
-CONsTJNG IN PA RT OP
Sulphate of Quinine. Pure P'ill Mass,
Sup. Carbonate of Soda, Calunmel,
H enry's Ciil. 3lagnes:a, Creami of Tartar,
R-psom Salts, Iodine,
Sulphate of Morphine, I odide of P.'tasseum,
Lumpj Magnesia, jStrychnine,
Mlum's Elixir of Opium, .Fahntestoek's Vermifuge,
Thiompon's Eye Water, I McA lister's Ointmient,
Cheesemnan's Halsam, |Evans' Lanects.
Norwood's V'eratrumi Viridle.*
And a full supply of tmost all the popular Patent
Mledicintes of the day, all of which are warranted
free from adulteration.
G. L. PENN. AGE.NT.
Oct26 tf 41
McGREGOR a S4ITH,
--DEAIE RS IN
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &c.
A:UC'GREGOR~ & SlITh., build to order Car.
.lriages of err ry description. They also keep
on hand a large nnd splendid assortment of
New and second-Hand Carriages,
gj All orders promptly attended to, aiid lRe
pairing neatly excuted.
Edgelfield C. II., ,Jan 18 tf 1
Beach Island Land for Sale,
TJilE Subscriber offers amt private sale FIVE
H UNDRLED A CR ES of lkeach h'latnd Swamip
Land, lying on the River, and adjoiniing lands of
Samuel Clairk and Jamnes T. Gardner, and rented
the present year by .lamnes T. Gatrd ner.
A bout 400. acres of the above Tract aire eleared
and well improved. The balance in Cypress and
other swanip timber.
Terms made easy to a good purchaser. A pply
to Rt. BRIADFORLD.
Silverton. S. C., May 4 tf 16
Heavy All Wool Negro Goods
MIILLERt & WARREN, Augusta, Ga., have
just received a large Stuck of Geia
Plains and a large lot of 8-4 and 9-4 Ne
gro Blanukets, sonie of them weighing eight
pouuds to thme pair, to which they invite the atten
tion of planters. Also,
GENUINE HETT ANCHOR BOLTING CLOTHS,
From No 1 to 10.
Augusta, Oct. 12 6m - 39
THlE Name of SALAMANDER was first ap
piied to Wilder's Patent, and initroduced by
the Subscriber in 1S40, who ini 1844 purchased the
right to mantufacture. The superiority of Iherring's
(Wilder's) SALAMANDERt SAFES over all
others, induced many to infringe upon the patent
right by using the composition ; others more cau
tions, and to evade a laiwsuit, made an inferior arti
le, imitating the exterior 'in form, style, color of
painting, and attaching the inatme "Salamander,"
" Improved Salamander," " Fire Proof Salamian
der," " The Genuine Salamiander," &c., &c., and
ave succeeded in palming off' some of the spurious
Salamanders as genuine. Those wanting the origi
al Salamander manufactured by the Subscriber,
should take the precaution to seo that they have
pon thetm a metl plate-" Silas C. Ilerring, Ma
er,"-all such being the genuine (Wilder's Patient)
Salamander, or Ilerrinig's Improved Patent Chanm
ion Safe, which received the medal at the Great
World's Fair, and which have neves failed to pre
serve the contents in ease of fire. Purchasers can1
eledt from the largest assorimnent in the world, by
aling at the sale rooms of
.SILAS C. HERRING,
135, 137, and 139 Water, eor. of Pine Sts.
N. B.-hilled iron safes, with powder pr'oof
ocks manufactured expreesly for banks, jewellers,1
irokers and others' requiring sedurity frotm rogues.
ank vault doors on hand, anid made to order. All
le most celebrated locks for.Eiale iat manufacturer's
ries. Second hand safes for tale at less than half
Agent's for"1erring's Safes-Jotnn
AR EG. Phniladelphia'.-Pa.; R. AlcCasouien, Rich
ond, Va.; HENRY ft. WuL~iAMs, Charlestoni, S. C.;
rfsaroK & BEI., Savannah, Ga.; G EO. W. SizEa,
ew Orleans, La.; War. V. Mooa & Co., Mobile,
Feb154 ' f-. 6t5
White- Lead, Linseed Oil, r
AMP OIL, NEATS FOOT OIL and TAN .
ERS OIL,. for sale next door to SUI~uvhiw's. 1<
Ut T. 3II18.
Aug24i if 3
FO6AR Tfl &
CORNER KING AND WENT WORT
BATH AND WHITNEY B]
SUPER. BLANKETS FOR SERVA
CONTINUED REDUCTION OF ALL OUR',
LONG CLOTHS 121 CENTS, WORTH 181.
uf the above, we offer them at uncoummonly low l1
Linen Cambric I&
BELGIAN CAMBRIC H DKS. at 181 Cts. GE
Yard wide WHITE DAMASK CAMBRIC
1400 Yards 1ouslin DeLaine,
PIECES ANTI-RHEUMATIC FLANNELS, N
Remedial agents in use; and persons in want wi
Extra fine Colored Canton Flannels, for Under:
Real Welsh Flantels, at reduced prices.
PIECES BL'K SILKS, RICH I
WILL REDUCE OUR ENTIRE STOCK of t
500 YARDS ALL FLAX RUSSIA CRASH,f
Scotch and Russian Diper,
Extra Heavy Bleached Huekaback,
HAIR AND TOO'
FRENCH AND ENGLISH HAIR BRUSHES
Tooth and Ni;il Brushes, fine article,
P-uling Combs. Bnfalo and T:
Charleston, Jan 16 FOGARTIE &
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
W & J. H I L L, Hamburg, S. C., would in
. form their frienids and customers tlut thsey
keep constntly on hand. at their old Stand, a
LA RG1 and WELL SELECTED STOCK,eon
sisting in part of the.following articles.
A large assortinent of Pocket Knives, Knives and
Forks. Scissors, &C., &C., bteth of English and
Tin and Copper Ware.
Every article of Tin Ware kept always on hand,
and orders received for any article that may be
needed in the Copper. Tin, or Sheet Iron line.
09 "EP G'D "Q no Sa
A good :assortment of leating and Cooking Stoves.
The latter are reciommended to Housekeepers for
neatness and economy.
Guuas asid Pistols!
A full assortment of Guns, from ordinary to very
fine. Colts' repeating P'istols, Allen's Revolving
and Self-Cocking Single Barrel Pistols. Also, comt
SMIT H'S TOOLS.
A large and co'mplete Stock of Smith's Tooils. con
istinle of Anvels, Bellows, Screw Plates, lland
and Sledge llamnmers. Falots. Rasps, &c.
Embracing all varieties of Plainsa, Saws, Chesels,
A neers, l lammters, I latchets, Squares, Conmpasses,
A xes, Adzes, & e., &c.
Spades and Shovels.
Spades nd Shovels of the best qualities. Also,
Manure Furks, lloes, &c., &c.
C H A I NS.
Log, Ox, Trace, Waggon', Coil and halter Chains.
Boilers ad Caldronms.
A variety of lioilers ansI Caldrons, by the pr per
use of which farmners wtill find a great saving in
feeding Cattle and Hogs.
CASTING ANO HOLLOW WARE.
Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Tea Kettles, Waffle andi Wa
fer Irons, Fire D~ogs. Waggsn Boxes, Grid Ironis.
Smoothing Irons, Norters, &c.
.N A ILS..
.00 Kegs cf Nails, assorted sizes. Also an assort
ent of English and Amierican }Horse Shoes, and.
lorse Shoe Nails. Coffee Toasters, and Cotton
ad Wool Catds.
Straw Cutters and Corn Shellers.
The mocst approved Ntraw Cutters, and Corn Shl
lers, which larnmers would find great economy to use.
CH AIN PUMPS!
(hain Pumps and fixtures-ani excellent method for
drawing water fromn wells.
Ef All the foregoing articles sold on the most
lumi~urg, Oct.26 6:n 41_
Wolfe's Schiedam Snapps,
'I E Undersiened h~as just received., itn cunnee
tiont with other C10ICE l.IQUTOIIs, a large
l.t of WOLFE'S A ROM ATIC SCH Ei1)AMA
SCII NA Ph'S dire-ct frotm Ileslland. This medicine
is highly recommtended for tmedical purposes.nntde as
a bverage to those who indulge in any thing itt
tte litne of Pure Holland, has ntever been excelled
by any t'itng offered itn this coutntry. It conmes in
quart bottk-s and ca be had ftomn the Subscriber
in uny quantity. - l o
Scotch -W HISK EY pure. Choice COGNA C
BRANDY. Ilolland (UN, pure and ch~oie. Ma
eira WINE, old and fine; CH AMPAIGNE
WINES.choice brands. A splendid absortmtent of
West India Fruits, Raisins, Nuts, kc,
With a few Barrels New Crop Orleans Molasses,
and a few boxes superior Spertn Aelamantine Can
les. Tfhese with a general assort ment of FAtiMI
LY' GROCERLIES previosusly in Store. miakes his
Stock very complete, all or any part osf which wiii
be sold low. S. E. BOW ERS.
Hamburg. Jan 2 tf 51
For the Planters !
and SA LTS,
70 Bbls. Kettle well's Ch EMICA L SA LTS,
0 " Pure ground P'LAST ER.
The above celebrated Manures for male by
J. SIBLEY & SON.
Hamburg, Nov 14, . tf 44
grTe Laurensville Herald, Independent Press
d Anderson Gazette will copy the abo~ve four
imes. aind forward hiits to J.'S. & SON.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Amon Lindsey and 'jPetition for the appli
Stewart Harrisotn, enction oif funds to the
vcs. (satisfaetion of Plaitn
Win. H. Harrison. Jtifls' Judgment.
)N hearing the petition <f ComplaInnts, A.
tJLitndsey and Stewart Harrisoit, as amtended,
ith leave, and on satisfactory evidetnee shewn
:o me, that the Defendant Willitm H. Harrison,
tas taken up his permanent residence beyond 'I
I limits of this State, and the jurisdiction of
i Court, on motion of Mr. Abney, Setlicitor ..
or Petitioners, It is ordered, that the said Wtn.
I. Harrison do appear, and plead, answer or
lemur to the saiid Petition withtin three months
rtm the publientiont hereof, and that on his
zilure so to do, .a Decree and Judgment, pro
'anfesso be rendered against him.
A. S1MKINS, C. E. E. D.
Feb 24 3m '7
lamburg & Edgefield P'k Road,
[HE PLANK ROAD from Ulamburg to Edge I
field is now completed and tipen for the publi hI
HI. A. KENRICK, Pres. Ii
Oct 5 tf 38 p
PH E Subscriber living near Bethany A cademy, ~
L also to Mr. Galphin's Schooel, will take Students t
eBoard the ensuing year at moderate price.
It STREETS, CHARLESTON S. C
sD BLANKETS, EXTRA,
NTS, AT VERY LOW PRICES
LITINETS to 18J Cts. less than Manufctu
WISHING TO CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK
lkfs. at Six Cents.
NTS' LARGE SIZE L. C. Hdkrs. at. 25 C
at 121 Cts., suitable for Ladies' Dresses.
at Six and a quarter Centr,
EW ARTICLE, AND ONE OF THE I ES
11 do well to examine.
kirts, 121 cents per-yard.
,USTRE, 75 Cts. PER YARD.
lie above Goods, in BLACK AND COLORS
J Cents for BATHING TOWELS.
for Towels, at 12J cents per yard.
'H BRUSHES, &C.
ory Dressing Comibci.
DELA ND, Corner Kiner and Wentworth St.
THE MARRIAGE STATE;
Ohatl Nappiness and Realth, or Milsery and
Siekcess, asteud at I
MOST STARTLING CONSIDERATIONS I
Reflections for the Thoughtful.
Strange that countless human beings exist and
drag through life as do the beasts of the field, o
the msects of the earth, evincing no more thought
or reflection than though the noble faculties of mind
-re not vouchsafed to them.
Many such are husbands and fathers, upon whoit
*e dependent the health, the well-being, and "ie
nappiness of a confiding and affectionate wife, with
perhaps a family of children.
HOW OFTEN TT HAPPENS TitAT THE
WIFE LINGERS FROM YEAR TO YEAR
In that pitiable condition as not even for one day to
feel the happy and exhilerating iniluenco incident
to the enjoyment of health.
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 ; hut she Is nevertheless perceptibly
sinking from day to day, and always ailing.
Thus, day after day, and month after month tran
spire. Hier 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 flush of health and
youth, and buoyancy of spirits, rapidly, and appa.
rently inexplicably, hccomes a feeible, sickly, de
bilitated wife, with frame emaciated, nerves un
strung, spirits depressed, countenance hearing the
impress of suffering, and an utter physica[ and
Sometimes this deplorable change may and does
arise from organic or constitutional causes. Bet
oftener, by far oftener, to gross and Inoxcusable
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, hut often
Hereditary Cumplaints uipon tlil Cildren
"sUNTO THE THIRD AND FoURTHi (ENERATION,"
Trancsmtting CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA,
NIYPOCIIONDRIA, INSANITY, GOUT,
KING'S EVIL, anid other diseases,
fromc the Parents.
And mutt this continue l 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 ol' the soil we possess, the texture and
quality of ouar goods and merchandise ; but in all that
concerns ourselves as human being's, with human
functions and passions, subject to great derange.
ment, involving our future peace and happiness
in all that concerns the health and welfare of the
wife of our affections, and the mother of our chil
dren; in all that concerns the menial and physical
well being of those children, we should be im
mersed In the darkest and most
Alt CUL.PABL.E AS INExCUSAB.E I
How long shall this ignorance prevail so prodne
tive of its bitter fruits 1 How long shall the wifa
ad mother be ignorant of the nature, character and
causes of the various womb and sexual complaints,
embittering her dayt by suflering-sulering often
prolonged to years, eventuating in a comnplication of
diseases utterly and hopelessly incurablel' Shell
we for ever close oar 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 EUSRANID PONDER.
No husband or wvife need be i'gnorant of what
conccrns them nost to knowe to secure their health
and happiness. That knowledge is contained ine a
little teork entitled
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY DR. A. M. MAURICEAU,
PROFESOR OF DisIASES OF WO.ltENt.
One Hundredth Editionc. I18me., p'p. 250. Price so Cenil.
[ON FINE PAPER,. ExTRA BINDiNG, $1 0O.]
First published in 1847; and it Is not
SURPRISING OR WONDERFUL,
Constdertng that E VE RY FE M A LM,
whether MARIRIED) OR NOT, can here
acequtre a fall knowledge of thce cna
tucre, charaeter and causes of her
cocnplaints, with the vartons
synaptomas, acnd that cnearly
HALF A MILLION COPIES
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 DY MAIL within the last few
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
BE NOT DEFRAgUDE D
Buy no book unless Dr. A. M. Mauriceaui, 123
Lberty Street. N. Y., is on the title page, and the
entry in the Clerk's Office on the hack of the title
page ; and buy only of respectable and honorable
dealers, or send by mail, and address to Dr. A. M.
Mauricean, as there are spurious and surreptitious
Infringements of copyright.
seUpon receipt of One Do llar " THE MAR.
RIDWOMAN'S PIAEMEDICAL 00M.
PANION" is sent (united fre) to any part of the
United States, thes Oanadas and British Provinces.
AlU Letters must be post-paid, and addressed to
Dr. A. M. MA&URIOBAU, Box 1224, New-York
City. Publishing Office, No. 129 Liberty Street,
ler Fur saile in~ this Vilhage by Dr. A. G
'A GUE. Price .50 Cents.
Sept 25 ly 37
State or South Carolina,
M. S. Martin, Ex'ix. ofC
Robt. Martin, dec'd. IAmended anid
;s. Supp'tal Bill for
Jochn Marsh, ID.is. Assells, .c.
M. Hankinson and others.J
'T appearing that, the Defendants Henry Ti
-manuts and hia wife Caroline, Lncura Ingrra
tin and Piekensa B. Marsh, reside wiiihout the
nitsa of thcis Slate, on taotion of Mr. Carroll,
aitiff'sa Solicitor, Ordgred that lice sacid De
ndants demur, plead or cmnswer to the Bill in|
lis ntne, within three months from the publi. I
lion of this order, or the sacid Bill will be en
fed gofc confesso against them.
A. SINKINS, C. E. E. D).
FALL TRADE, FOR 1853!
THlE UNDERSIGNED having given a further trial to the CASH SYSTEM during the
.past season. have become still Imore convinced that it is the only true system of doing a
GROCERY BUSINESS on terms idvantageous to both iseller and buyer, being the cheapest,
safest and surest fur both. While the seller is benefitted by getting the CASH PAID DOWN
for his Goods, enabling him to tur. his money over many times in the year, the buyer has the
advantaige of getting his Goods
Ten or Fifteen per Cent Cheaper
Than they enn be obtained from those who sell on credit; they being compelled to sell at this
dil'erence of per ceiitage to cover had debts and pay the additional expense of keeping and col.
eeting long accounts. It only requires a little reflection, aided by a sliidht examination, to eon
-inee those who visit lIa:mbur!! for the purpose oif purchasing SUPPLIES, that the Merchant who
deals exclusively on the Cash System in purchasing his Stock,lays it in cheaper than those who lay
in large Stoclks on credit, nith a view to selling them out in the same wiy, being enabled to turn
is Capital over only once a year, imust of course get larger prnflt to sustain his business, than
itim who on the Cash system, buys moderate Stocks, SELLS QUICK and TURNS OVER his
-apital every thirty to sixty days. The intelligent planter will perceive that the CASH SYS'TEM
Mterchant will have made more money at the end of the year,.by making FIVE. PER CENT PROFIT,
tan the credit system man will at TWENTY-FIVE, arid that those who buy Goods had better bor
row the money at, horne, and allow even fifteen or twenty per cent interest, and pay CASH for
is supplie., than to purchase on time even from the best CREDIT HOUSES.
The Undersigned having made ample arrangements to keep on hand a LARGER STOCK,
and much better assortnent elf
ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES
Than they did the p:tst season, only ask of their friends and others visiting this market, to give
them A cal1 where they will find, in addition to FINE FAMILY GROCERIES, a large
supply of nearly all the staple Goods usually used in the country, such as
Saddlery, Hats, Shoes, Calicoes, Shirtings, Sheetings, Blankets,
FLANNELS, &C., &C.
Being tiinkfil for the liberal patronage of the past season, and looking forward to a largely
inerensed trade the coming Fall. we have laid in and are now receiving our Stock, and take plea
are in calling tihe attention of eusto(mers to our superior
Tcas, Sugars, Coft'ce, Cheese, Molasses, Flour, Bacon,
WIN10S AND LIQUORS.
Those who prefer paying Cash for their Gouds, and thereby save Fifteen Dollars in erery H1un.
tired, had better eall At onr Old Stand, on the Corner nearly opposite the Carolina Hotel. where
all articles sold, will be put up in the best niantler, and warranted to turn ont what they are rep.
rs .tted. . R. F. & -11. L CUNNINGHAM.
I lamburg, Oct, 10, 6m 39
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
DRY GOODS FOR THE FALL TRADE.
A. RANSOM. Agent for R. M. FULLER. is now in receipt of a LARGE and SPLENDID
. Stock f FOltEIGN and DOMIESTIC DRY GOODS, comprising all which is new and
aentiful. Among ihich may be found
All Wool DE LAINES, of rich and splendid Red, white and fig'd Flannels, all qualities;
stylc, Sulid colired Flaniels, for Seeks;
Large tnd small flg'd De Laines. all qualities, Castmiers, Sattinets, Tweeds and Kentuck
Persian De Lines, varimns qualities, . .11us, all qualities;
Plaid Silk Lustres, very rich ; Bleached and brown Table Damasks, warranted
Raw Silks;in high colors ; all Linen;
Cashmeres and Alrp;tca Lustres, all qualities Bleached Damnsk Table Cloths, some very fine;
and colors ; Blenebed annd brown Linetn Powelbumgs and
Plain bl'k Gro d-Rhine Silks, Various qualities Towels all qualities;
and wid:hvs. Emabroidered Table Covers t
Black Watered Silks, a superior article Irish Linen of every quaslity, from celebrated
-Fig'd and Brocatde Silks; mannfactories in soft finish,. 5.4, 30-4, 11.4,
Rich, c'liored Silks, all qualities; and 12-4 bleached and browtn Sheetings,
Colored aMareeline Silks, desirable colors; best make;
Soliid colored De Laiines antd 31erinos ; Gramnite' ille, Augusta and Hancock brownt
Solid ciolired Paris De Bege, for travelling Shtirtings, by the bale or piece, eben~p;
dresses ; Real Georgia Plains, and Twtills, of Geo. Shley's
French Scotch and American Ginghams, from mnanutfneture, ceap;
12 to 37 1.2 cents: Twilled Kersys,. manufnetured at, the Augusta
English French and American Prints, from blanutfnetuuing Caompany;
6 1.4 up; Georgia Stripes and Osmnaburgs, Cotton Yarns;
Satin Tlalmnas'of new and beautiful styles; White and colored Blankets, large stock, will be
Ladies (lot h Cloaks, new and latec styles ; sold eap;
Colored Fritnges, Pointed Gimps. and other Whitney.and Ribbon boutnd Blatnkets, all qunh.
Trimintiigs, lgrentt variety ;ties and sizes;
Plain arnd fig'd Cloths, light fabric for Ltdies Crib Blankets;
Clan:ks; Three I'ly, Ingrain and Ihemp Carpetings,
Iiek Thibet, Bay State and embhroidedl Shaiwls; vario~us patterns;
Ciastetts, Frenceh worked Collars and Under- Rogs and Druggets, for floor cloths;
sleeves, late styles; inhies and Childrens Shoes;
Jaonet, 'Thread nde Lisle Edgings and Insert- Carpet. Bamts, Peort 3lonies, Ivory and Pearl Tab
ingLs. alt qualities ; lets, Extraets Otto of Roses.Fnney Soaps'
l.:diis 3Merimni anid Silk Under-rests : Coilognme, Uair and Tooth tsrushmes, Ivory
Kid Silk and Woiol Gloves, for Ladies, Misses and hlortn Combs,&c., &c.
f? These Goods have been purchased with GREA T CARE at thme .OWEST MARKET
PRICES, and purchasers may rest tsstred that every article will be sold its ceaep as enni be
boght in Augusta. An examination Is respectfully solicited.
M. A. R ANSOM, AG ENT FOR
- . 31. FULLER.
IIAnnunG, Oct. 26. 1853. tf 41
REMlOVAL: BOOTS AND SROES
- AT THE IO FRONT STORE OPPOSITE THE
Boot and Shoe lylanufactory. Masonic Hall, Augusta, Ga,
11 A VIN G remo.vedl tio the Store -
adtjeenineg D.A G.TEAGUR'.s DAESI
Drug Store, as usual, I nm pre
tacit to make to order. Fine Dress, Double Soled Bos heTukCre as c
Waer Prooft ;ud Pump Al o eevn lcrFL TC c
Boots and Shoes, . I cas ais iss us otsai
)r the ver 1EST rAIILRIA LS, and an excel- w QnIt,
lent lit always watraed.
Also. oni hnndm a large variety of BOOTS-ati nd tebshtcnb ogt
;1l01ES of my own ,manufaetnre, whiich will be OrAistnct anisEER ATIL
ispsed of on reasontable terms,.sal eti ~elretBo niSo trs
WM. McEVOY.-Ar AITS0
Nov. 16 tf PL N A IN4R G N
gr N. B -Wanted, three apperenlt'ees to lenirnA DI 0VESl ANT'sioE
Coaruesip NoieooutaS, t1 Truks 39ptBas o
A(R ERnow reecivingtheirIFABLL.STOCKON
hav ssocimte thmuslv toethrenrtheVUadies, a nufactBys Yuthse n
tranden'stinOE of th
Geneal ardare usiesss3t 00ltis
PA thebet ha enbe ught to
t~ueler therstyl oftmont contains EVERY ARTebCLE
tvcr. w. ittalayskep usuateslelayntkepmt in th aG BA o n S ho Sors
adle, ndoe-m , g buarness. leeapplyrntk5 Wsoon. ~
Copartershi TaNesoNasictenLm Ol
1ERROBINSON & IL . JACKSON hE A ES I~N S
H aesscAe m se.oehr c. r t m heSoe ctdort ulvn&Bohr
200r Ton wilslan Skee d exteniv Gar rtment e
20,0VEL.Y aTIin Aha lnetoSthro.t
adls BriIi arness hLea entherukWis, 20 dsAO SS , spri.
A omlee tuk t 'oke iia abc uter, assrir o memdflatto
S SOF-ln ket.sL ANegr UPERLATHE .
Powde Fhinke'. ottonandnnelrCadsatsn Foot &e nd Lamp il
[ ryiVE naows Gronmand am completetocer tr.J ILY&SN
ofeeHardwar, Gangs S i mayts be---_______________
20Anets Engls and omeed crew ice
5Dz.Cas, A c xesc o ,Cmtina 0 crstohn
llnb5g A tne27 Pae tf and ocescaieatdheracesffrs ul orot
Trac No Saontestmand50 chovelscre
Tilt n tesi ae ThfLa ViofbetltTrcnsar onthvbitlusit
rce a halterd hg, ith, a lie i aend EvergernS.yle of Chainstf 4
-.--Aise a lif . hir. STYL E S. P--am to' So
Plaburg Jas 2 h3 es Sces1in ge2s,-peea heltto tehimeitl
Knotantws Nicettre, n nry poGtun.sits eidne
P erosisdeted thotu HareepcegoesieSosHremks lwIosWgo
Powaderyupu Fienke sottnfiundr Woardgms, mnsWlsIos asAeaiide aiu
ellc the hest eodsi Aplet, all bt a n ite lig fe h odsye ~ it dpe
ra ingiPas Giridion, llmme plce inthem fte oeninroelas n atal
mAndso on f, Soetion thmoxcptthtfshgSticriseok
Ee22st y.1 i
jOS E P4,I1DE N1
DZNALUR mE l A
ILZHWU1, ozas,5i G&AM ,
- AND -
S H I P C'H.A N'D L E RY,
No. 60 2asta3ay, opposite P. & M. Dank
CHJARLESTON. S. C.
H E keeps constantly for sale a general assort
ment of PAINTS and OILS of all kinds,
Window Glass and Sashes,
Spts. Turpentine, Canphene, Spirif Gas,
Tallow, Grindstones, Cordage,
Chalin Pumps, Glue, Paeking Yarn,
Cotton Foot Gin Fixtures, and Brushes of various
Clarleston, Nov. 1 6m 42
COLUMIBIA, S. C..
SRO &BRASS F0OUNDIER,
STEAM ENGINE BUILDER
Anad Boiler Maker.
A LL kinds of Flour, Grist and Saw Mill Gear
. ing and fshafting made and warranted to per
form equal to any in the State.
Dr. It. T. NAus, at Edgefield C. H., is authorised
A gent to make contracts.
Nov. 2, 1853. 1y 4
PIANO-FORTES, BOOKS, NSIO, R.
TIlE Subscribers wfoal alled at
tention to their Splendid assortienio
PI ANO F OR TES
Of 6, 6j, 61 and 7 Octavos from tle celebritea.
Manufactories of HACON & RAVEN, lIAZELTOS.
Exos. and A. 11. GA.L & Co.,'of New York.
These nre eunale from the best and thoroughly sea
scamed materials, with all the latest improvements,
and are NARANTE) to stand the- various
changes of this elimate-and. for equality and sweet
ness of tone cannot be surpassed.
Their BOOK and STATIONERY department
consists of a good assoi twent of
School and Miscellaneous.Books,
And all the Cheap literature,- as soonas- published,
as'well as a large and well selected Stock of Sta
Their Stock of PRINTED MUSICis the lirgest
in the State, consisling of all the popptlar Songs
Waltzes, Marches, Variations, &c.
07 New Music received every week.
Musical Instruments. -
They also keep an elegant assortment of the foi
fowing instruments on hand viz:
Violins, Guitars, Violincellos 0 lari.
nets, Cornopeons, Sax Horns4.
TENOR HORNS, FLUTINAS, FLAGEOLETS, BANJOS
Also, an assortment of Musical Merchandize '
87. An nasortment of superior Violin and. Guitar
STRINGS, always on hani.
All the above articles "ill be sold for-Cash or
good paper, by GEO. A. OATES &,JROS.
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Nov 9, tf2
For the rapId Cure of
COUiGHS, COLDS, tIOARSENESS,
CROUlP, ASTHMA, AND.
CONSilNPTION. . -
70E A COLD AN4D COUGH, take Iiu orning.~ee
and evenIng. sccording to directieons on the bottle. and the
d ifficulty will soon be removed. None will long suffer from.
thIs truible whien they find it can be sorendily cured. ,P'er
sons afficted wIth a ar-ated cough, whIch breaks them of
their rest at night, will find, by taking the (IIEIlRY PE(C
T I: Lo to bed, they meay be sure or sound, up
brknep nid ceeri.q.ntly refreshcing rest. Greast relief
frone csuefering. aend en ultImate cure. I. affordleel to thousands
who are thus aflhicte-d. by tils invatuable reedy.
Frm-its ngrieebie cffect lan lhr-ee enses. m~ay find them
selves unwilling to forego lIe, use when the necessity for It
Fromt two eminent Physicians in
FA 7TrVvLtx, Tnca., A pril1a,1858.
Sece:-We lhave given your Chesrry Pectoral a extensive
trial In our praelcer, acnd'fined it to, surpass every other rem.
cdly we have fur curing alfeclions of the respiraovoras
DR.S. DIEhIE1: A HAMPO.
ASTHX.A is generally much relieved, and often wholly
cured by UnuEtvY Pr'rouAL .u. Iluthere~ are somne eases so
obstinate as to yild entirely to no medticine. Cherry Pee-'
toral will cure them, If they can be cured.
BPONCHITIS, or irritation of thei throat and upper par
tioen rf lihe lunegs, may be cured by taking Cherry Pectoral
in small and frequent doses The uncomfortable oppresshe
is soon relieved.
Recv. Doct. LAsi'e. of Itroecklyn, New Yorkr, states:
" I have-seen thce Chcerry Pci-brat cuere auch case-s of Asathna
and lIroenchitia as leads me to believe it can rarely fail to
cure those diseases.
FOR CROUP.--Glvesn emitie of nattmony, lo be followed
by large mad fr.-equenct doesem of the Chcerry Pectral,. until it
subdues the disease. If taken in season, It will not fall to
WHOOPING COUGH may be broken up and soon eared
by the use of C~he-rry PectoraL.
THE INFLUENZA Is speedily removed by this remedy.
Numne role instanes have been neoticed whecre whole famnilles
were~ protietedl from anty si-riens conesequlenees, while their
neighblore, without the Cherry Pectural, were suffering from
SatLEr, Onto, June11, 1555
Dr. J1. C. Avis:--I write tet Inform you of the trulv re*-.
enarkaldle effect of your UH EIItY PECI'ORAL in this p1see,
and in ney own faemly. Onec of my dugehters was comnp lets
ly ceredl in three days of a dreadfutl s heopa Cuh, by
taking It. Dr. 3Henna, one of ceur very best ehseansfel
slates that lee eensidlers it the best remedy we have feer pal
moanary isasies.nand that lee has cured meore cass of Craup
with it tihan any other me-dichle he ever adminislerud.
Our clergymean of lice Beeptist Chuerch says that during th.
-run of lnhlenza here thcis season, he haes seen eures foma
veser medicine hce couled scarcely have believed without. see
Ing. Yours, respectfull3D.SNLIP .
From the dlstinushed Professor ofChemistry and 3Mateuia
Mfedica. Ieewedoin College.
DF.AuI Sea:-! have found the Cherry Peelorml,as Its ingre
dients show, a powerfucl renmedy for caots -and eoughs, and
pulmonaery diseases. P. CLEELAND, 3L1.
llrtunswtck, Alaine, Feb. 5,1858
Dr. VA I.vNTNEc PMoTT, the widely celebrated Professor of
Surgery len the Medical College, New York City, says:
'-Ic gives me plea-ucre to certify the value and efficaey of
"AY).tt-I Cill..ltiY PECTORAL." which I consIder pe
cullarly adlaptedl tic cure dlsensees of the Threat and Lungs."
Cures of severe dlsens.-es upon the Lungs have been efirecte.l
be Chirry Pectoran i suc extreme cases as warrant the-be
lie-f that a ItE.\tEDY IIAS AT LAST BEEN FOUND
thai caun be dlepended on to cure lihe Ceeughs, Colds and ('on
suniptien whslic carry treem oucr midst thousads every year.
It is indeed a mnedicline to which the aillieted can look with
cldence for relief, and they should not fall lto avail them
selves of it.
Prepared and sold by JAMES C. AYER, Practi
cal aned Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Manes.
Sold in Edlgefieldl by G. L. PENN, and by Drug.
gist. andl Dealers in Medicine everywheere.
AtaWhcolesale byIav:I.AND, RISLT~x & Co., Au
gusta. Gea., acid Cisrlesion S. C.
Feb 22 101
Essence o0f Jaaica Gingers
rj'HIIS ESSENCE is warranted to possess, in a
Icencentrated form, all thec valuable properties of
JAM AICA G1NGER, and will he found5 on trial, an
excellent Fancily Medicine. Ii is particularly recomn
mendeeed as a tonlic, to persons recovering from fever ow
othcer diseases, a few drop. imparting to the stomach
a glow and vigor eqnal to a wine-glassfu1 of brandy
or tht stmulntwitoutanyof the debilitating
any kined; and it is therefore especially serviceable toa
childlrenl and femaies. To the aged it will prove a
great comfoert ;- to the dyspeptio, and to theese who are
predisposed to gout or rhacenatic affectiones, it gives
great relief; and to the inebriate who wishes to re
'orm. but whose stomach is constanely craving the
noxiones liquor, it is invaluable--giving tone to the
digestive organs. and slrengtht to resist temptation ;t
and is consequetlty a great agent in the cause ot
Persons decsinng an article that can be relied spos 1
prepatred solely from pure JA MAJCA GINGER,shodit
be particenlar to ask for " Brown's Essence of Jams
ea ('incger," which is warranted to be what it is a
resented, and is prepae onl at FRED'K BROWI4
Drug and Chcemical Store, N. E. eusner Chseaut
Fifth Streets, Philadelphia.
Directions accompany ech htttle.
For sale in this Village by..:PENN, Agent.
May 4 ly
T HlE Room at present oceupied by Mv. Lod Thil
as a Dry Goods Store. ia my absence apply
toe J. A. widiams. S. CHRISTIE.
ne~, on f ,