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THE 1RRZE OF SPRIMG.
Dull winter hastens to be gone
He's disappearing fast:
The sunny hours are coming on
The stormy time is past.
The ice no longer binds the rill,
Nor snows their mantle fling,.
For every bleak and barren hill.
las kissed the breeze of Spring.
I hear its music in tile wood
It' ighs along the vale;
Where summer flowers in beauty stood,
It lingers in the dale;
It plays upon the primrose banks,
And rests its merry wing;
The drooping snowdrop kindly thanks
The western breeze of Spring.
Ah ! well it knows where violets grow
in the lone ana shady lane;
It bids its sweet blue fav'ritcs blow,
And onward speeds again.
Is wakes the flowers of the field,
And they their offerings bring
The flowers thier sweetest incense yield
To scent the breeze of Spring.
The blackbird from the hawthorn bush
Renews his lively strain;
On topmost branches stands the thrush,
A nd tunes his throat amain;
At close of evening cal m and mild
lie makes the forest ring
'With native wood-stones. clear and wild:
le loves the breeze of Spring.
The robin leaves his wintry friends
For hedgerows far away
Above his mossy nest lie bends,
And pipes his plaintive lay.
The lark, uprising with the light,
On merry mounting wing,
Strains all his might till out of sight,
And hails the breeze of Spring.
A hundred voices fill the air
The sun shines warmly down;
Away with each intruding care,
And leave the gloomy town.
Come, roam along the wood-path green
Hear nature's favorites sing
Enjoy the soul-enlivening scene,
And woo the breeze of Spring.
TirE Washington correspondent of the Winns.
boro R'gisler, pays a very high compliment to
our Representitives in Congress, especially Col.
Brooks. He writes thus:
I have frequently heard the observation with
in the last few years, that South Carolina was
experiencing a dearth of genius and talent
that her greatest luminaries were extinguished,
arid their places could not be filled by the pre
It i.s true that she has to mourn the loss of
her illustrious Calhoun, and the voice of her elo
quent McDutlie will never more be heard in the
Legislative halls of the nation-it is true that
many, too many of her distinguished Statesmen
and'scholars have, within a few brief years, been
removed from the scenes of their usefulness
and called to their final accounts, but, (while, I
entertain a due appreciation of departed worth)
permit me to say that in my humble judgmnent,
we have a few young men just entermtg the
arena of publie life, who are destined to refleet
upon their State and their country equal honor
with those great men who have recently passed
fronm the stage, and who hid tair to itnscribe
their names in the Temple of Fame at an equail
height with those of their illustrious predeces
sor.. Our young and talented representative,
the Hon. P. S. Brooks, is in the front rank of
competitors for this elevated distinction. His
speech of the 15th inst. delivered on the " bill
providing Territorial Governments for Nebraska
and Kansas," would not be unworthy the great
It is indeed a matnly and nmasterly effoirt. It
is the speech of a statesman and oraitor. 1 was
told by a gentleman who was present when it
was delivered, thatt Mr. Brooks enchaiined the
-attention of the whole House from the corn
mencement of his speech to the conclusion, anid
when he had finished, a distinguished member
remarked thatt -' it wats the best speech he had
heard in Congrens for ten years." This was
certainly a cery high compliment, but whoever
reads the speech without prejudice, will acknowl
edge it to be a merited one. So long as we
can send sueh men as Brooks, Boyce and Keitt
to Congress we need be under no apprehension
of an intellectual dearth-the time has never
been when they could not have taiken a high
position there as men of talent. I trust their
constituents will continue to re-elect them as
long as they continue to serve them so nobly.
THE OBJECTS OF WAR-The London corres
pondent of the Nattional Intelligencer, referring
to the apparently inevitable war between the
allied powers-ngvland, France and Turkey
atnd Russia, says:
" All parties and the nation at large are, we
believe, prepared to support the Government iN
whatever line of action they maty adopt, to give
them whatever they ask for, atnd to throw upon
them the entire resp~onsib~ility of success or
failure. But more than all, the country will in
sist that having gone to war, the war shall not
teruminate without gaining the object for which
it was commenced. It will demand upon the
settlement of the account a quid pro quo, an
equivalent for every British guinea spenit. It
will not bear to be to~ld a year or two hence that
the status quo has been secured, that matters
are just where they were, except as concerns the
blood spilt and the treasure expended, when the
dispute commenced. For reasons growing out
of this view of the case, we are very doubtful
whether it is to be wished that the Czar should
retract and back out of the scrape.
" We think that such a termination would be
a consummation devoutly to be deplored ; and
we are quite certain that such terms granted to
Russia after war had actually been commenced
woul'd be a consummation which would be con
demned in the most severe language. The ob
jeet for which France and England must fight,
if fight they must, is not an adjourntment of war
from day to day, but a security for continued
peace. Western and Southern Europe want a
guarantee against the incursions of barbarous
tribes into eivilized and peaceful countries ; a
.conviction deeply engraved by the sword, if ne
cessary, upon the mmnd of the Czar, that hence
forth he will be kept within his present territo
aies. The old treaties between Turkey and
Russia must be abrogated. The entire and bona
fide renunciation by Russia of all control or
protectorate over the Principalities and Servia
must be obtained; the restoration of the months
of the Danube to the Porte, and the opening of
the Black den to the fleets of all nations must
be secured. These must form the basis.of the
next treaty of peace with Russia."
HEADAeRE.-.The following cure f~r sick
headache was furnished to the Boston Medical
Journal, by Dr. N.S..Folsom, of Portsmouth,
" Take any number of drops of Croton oil.
mix thema with flour and molasses, and make as
many pills as drops of the oil used. When the
patient begins to feel the siek headache coming
on, one-half of a pill is to be-taken every hour
ins molasses, or something of like consistence,
until it aets as a cathartic, and thus treat the-sick
headnche at each attack. If thus taken, each
attaek will be less severe, and in. some cases a.
few doses produces a permanent cure-. He seems.
to think the Croton oil acts in three waiys: 1.
By increasing the secretions. 2. By cotnter,.
* acting the anti-peristaltic action .of the stomach
* and bowels; and 3, by actingas a counter-irritant
nfh the brin."
THE'JIENINsESTATE.-We take the follow
ing fromthe Virginia Sentinel:
It i4 now a pretty well ascertained fae, the
much talked or Jenn'ings Estate is not recovera
ble by any one of the namo of *Jennirgs. Old
Mr. Jennings married a Miss Corbin, and having
no children, lie bequeathed all his property to
his wife in fee. Mrs. Jennings died soie few
years since intestate, and consequently this im
mense estate of X40,000,000, or two hundred
millions of dollars passes over to her relatives.
The crown of Great Britain has advertised that
the money is in readiness, that the heirs are il
the United States of America, and requests that
they come forward and claima the saine.
The Corbins, of Virginia, are the rightful
heirs of the Jennings Estate, and through them
the Balls, of Fairfax, Virginia, the Joneses, of
Washington, D. C., and the Gordons, of Alexan
dria Virginia. They having descended in a di
rect line from the Corbins."
PRESENT1.TIo.-The venerable George Wash.
ington Parke Cuatis has addressed a letter to
Gen. Pierce, informing him of hip desire, thri'
his Excellency, to deposite in the national
archives the flags captured by the illustrious
Washington, in the days of the revolution.
These were given to Washington by Congress
as the highest mark of respect.
COMPLIMENT To LIEUT. 3IAURY.-King Oscar,
of Sweden, has ordered a gold nedal to be
struck at the Swedish mint, in honor of Lieut.
Maury, of Washington, having on one side the
likeness of the King, and on the other a Latin
inscription with the name of the distinguished
object of the compliment. It will be made of
Swedish gold coin one of the purest in Europe,
and in weight will be equal to fifty Swedish
THE PREACIIERS STILL INTEarERING WITIS
PoiTmcs.-An exchange paper says: Twelve
clergymen of Concord, New Hampshire, have
recently forwarded a memorial to General Pierce
to arrest the passage of the Nebraska iniquity
by his veto. Among them is the pastor of ine
church at which the President has always wor
THE Kentucky Legislature have passed a hill
appropriating $20,000 toward the erection of the
ioinument over the grave of Henry Clay : also
a bill to punish the directors of railroad corpora.
tions for causing the death or peraons travel lig
on railroads by negligence of their agents, and
authorizing, a civil suit for damages.
DEATHS BY LIGHTNING.-Several deaths by
lightning have already beeti recorded in the news
papers this spring. The last one coming under
our notice is that of Mrs. Jarboe, of St. Indigoes
district, (51d.) who, during a storm ont the 16th
instant, wenit up stairs to close the windors. and
on her way down was struck and killed by the
lightninig, which penetrated the roof, tearing off
ome of the shingle%.
Lyvtso iN BF.D wiTIt TttI H hAo n ro.
t is olten a question amongst people who are
unaegnaintled with the anaitomny and the phy
siology of man, whether lying with the head
exalted or even with the body was the most
wholes.sne. Most, consulting their own ease
on this point, argue in favor of that which they
prefer. Now, although maty delight inl bol
steriiig up their heads at night, and sleep
soundly without injury, yet we declare it to
be a dangerous habit.
The vessels through which the blood patssesa
fronm the heart to the head are always lessen
ed in their cavities when the head is resting'
in lbed higher than the hody ; therefore in aillI
diseases attended with fever, the head should
e pretty nearly on a level with the body;
andl people ought to accustom themselves to
sleep thus to avoid dailger.--Medical Jouriial.
BREAD.-The price of bireatriffs will
probably be at lower figures in a lewv weeks.
All the Wecstern farmers have pressed their
grain to the ports for exportation as soon
as the spring shall openr, and never befonre
were the storehouses so) frill. A few wvarmn
days to cleaur the Irikes, rivers, and cainals,
and the abundance of the West wvll pour~j
L D, LA LLERSTEDT, has r(eeived at
e his old Stand, Corner of G,lo I Itel, Au
gusta, Ga , a NEW arid SP'LENDIID Stock of
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
Eibacing the mrost elegant styles of
Crape De Pare and Twisted SILK,
Alamontes and Velvetines,
Super. Super. Brocade andl Plaid SILKS,
Elecant French -1 A CON ETS andl L A WNS,
Earlston GING IIAM3S and PR INTS.
Needle worked COLLA RS andl CAPES,
Undersleeves and Chiemezetts.
Jurmoet and Swiss TR IM.\ING,
Linen Cambrie lland kerchijefs,
Super. Paris KidI G LOV ES and iJOSIERY,
Table DAM ASKC and TOWELLING.
Irisht LINEN aind Bird's eye )I A PER,
Furniture DI)IMTY anid FRINGES,
SHIEETINGS anid SIlIRTINGS, great variety,
.innen DRILLING and COTTON A D)ES,
Striped anid Checked LIN EN, for childlren,
OSNA BURGS and STRIPES,
And a comrplete assortment of almoust everyv article
belongiing to the Dry G;oodls tradle, all of whrich aire
ofred on thre BEST P'OSSIBL.E TERMS, to
which he invites attention.
A ngcusta. Miarchr 201 2m '10
Fresh and Pure Medicines, &c.
r HE Subscriber has just received a SELECTr
Family Mledicines, Chemicals, hc,
-CONiSTING iN PA RT 0F
Sulphate of Quinine. Pure Pili Mans,
Sup. Carbonate of Soda, Calirmel,
Henry's Cal. Magnreuia, Cream of Tartar,
Epsonm Salts, Iodine,
Sulphate of Morphine, lodidc of Potasseum,
Lurp Magnesia, Stryehnine,
Mum's Elixir of Opium, (Fahnesiock'm Vermifuge,
Thopso's Eye Water, I Mc ~lister's Qintnient,
Chmeesenan's Balsam, E~vans' Laneets.
Norwood's \'eratrum Viride.
And a full supply of mrost all thre popular Patent
Medicines of the day, all of which are warranted
free from adulteration.
G. L. PENN. AGENT.
Oct 26' tf 41
$10 Recward !
R ANAWAY fromi the Subscriber, living near
iAntioch Church, seven miles West of Edge
field C. 11.. on thre 28th .january last, Iris Negro
woman SER ENA, supposed to be betweenr 20 andl
25 years of age, of dark complexion, arid inclined
to e somewhat corpulent, about 5 feet 2 or 3 in
ehes high,-one of ther feet hsN been diseased, and
she has lost the first joint of the little toe amid the
one next to it.
The above Reward will be given to any one who
will deliver said wvomnan to me at my residlenice, or
lodge her ini any Jail withrin the State, so that I can
get her. A. CRAWFORD.
Mar 15 tf 9
A LL Pesos indebted to tire Estate of Warren
F. Wndce'd., aire earnestly solicited to
make payment forthwith, and those having demand.
against, said Estate will pleaise render theni in imt
nuedirtely.. JEREMIA H SEIGLER, Ex'or.
Nov 9 6mn 43
Corn ! Corn ! Corn !
- IE Subscriber has ONE THOUSA ND Bush
' els ofCORN for sale. P'rice $1 ,00 per bush.
Cash, at thle Crib.
J. H. HOLLINGSWORTHT.
March 22 4t' 10t
T HIE Subscriber living near Bethnany A cadenmy,
also to Mr. Gaiphin's School, will take Students
to Board the ensuing. year at moderate. triees.
Jaa4 tf 51
White Lead, Linseed Oil,,
LAMP OIL, N EATS FOOT OID. and TAN
NERS OIL, for sale next door to SuLLvAN's.
RI. T. MIIMS.
Aug..4 tr 31
CANDI D AT S.
FELIX E. BODIE,
ror Tax Collector..
THOMAS 8. REESE,
A. R. ABLE,
M. B. WHITTLE,
JOHN W. SMITH,
W. F. DIURISOE,
11. T. WILIGHTr,
R. B. BOUKNIGHT,
THOS. G. BACON.
S. S. T 19PKI1N ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
W OFFICE I REAR of THE COURT XOUSE.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 8. if 4
ABNE R PERiRIN,.
A GENT for the Proisceaion of Claims for.Boun
ty Land. Revolutionary uand other Pensions
Offi-e Pt Edgelield C. 11., S. C.
Feb 23 tf 6
New Fall and Winter Goods,
MILLR & WARREN,
H AVE Just iteceived, at their Store, Corner op
posite the Mansion Inuse. a laree and con
pleteStock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
rcale andi llich Plaid $1.KS,
Brocael anl Striped Black SILKS,
Embroidered Merino Robes,
Rich Figuread (ashmeres anl D'Laines.,
Plain French and English'l1erinos,
Saxony Plaids, a beautiful article for Children's
Col'd English Flannels, for Children and Ladies'
Super. White Gautze and Welsh Flannels,
Black Clially. D'Laines and Hoamnhazines.
French, En'glish and American PIINTS,
French CIH EMIZETTES and SLEEVES,
Collars: Worked 11ands:
Muslin El-ings and Insertings: Irish Linenos;
Damask,'rahle Cloths. Table Napkins and Doyles,
12-4 llcavy Baraiey-Slertings,
Together wvith a line Stock of SATTINETS,
Kentncky .1EANS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES
and VE.STI NGS.
We respectfully solicit a call from our friends
:ind entomers, aida persons visiting the city would
da well too give us a loook before purchasing.
Annsta. Oct 12 : fam 38
Edgefield Male Academy,
IS, lIstitution is oipened fir another year under
the caantrol tof Mr. .1. GREGG LEITNER,
tour last vear's Tlaaeher.
'the eperience f a twelvemonth a fully satis
hl us th.at a'no more coampetenht young gentleman
enn be fianndl in the State than tihe one now at the
heada if our A caemy. The beat proof cat this ir
tihe general ,atisfuetio~n Civen by him last year.
backead by the aditiail fnet that his Schla at the
termi~natiaan of its tirt week fair the second year,
numbhered 43 P'upils..
Thre Tfrusteen adesire toi asure~ the Public that
their unitead etlgrts will be~ given to tihe cause aif
their Schlal anal a caintinuedl andl caamplete supervi
sion will be exercised lay threma over its progress.
M1r. l.arrv.a will in a shart time praocure a first
rate Assistzant. and any numaber shaart of four scaore
can then ha wsell attenaded to.
The Building is inl comfoirtab~le condition, having
three large lir-.pneaes (one in acah of the larger
roaoms.) und beinig well supplied with convenient
tables and arm-ehairs of thle leat finih.
O~nce more we appeal to the peoiple of- Eadgefieldl
and the mc!jaining Distr'ets. for their encomurgemaent
af o.ur earnest endleavors to estabilih a lirst'rate
Faar the Classical Departmtent, per annum,.. $36.00
" *" Iliuher Eng. "~ " ' .. .32,00
"~ " Orinarv " " aa "a ...,0
Capitol boar~ing to be had in pleasant tamailies.
.lOIIN LIPSCOM II, , .
ARTil UR SIMKINS,- I ;;
LEIWlS JlOEES, - |
Jan 11 tt -I 52
SrrUAErD ON I'ox (nEKK o5a AND A IIAL. MILES
W EsT OF CnEsoKsE P'oDSs.
ilIE Subseriber waould respectfully announce to
ibis friendls anal the p'ubbe~ generally, that he
cintinues tao carry on the above business under the
maaost tavorable- auspices, hbeing situatedl near three
Saw-Mills where the different kinds of material enn
he had at the liowest pirices, anal hatving. sufficient
waterpaower to propel his Mnehinecry, it will he
seen that he Dl)l; possess material advantages
iver all comapetattors, wahich enables hinm to olier the
filawing arties at fraom FIFTEEN to TW ENTY
Per Cent LOWE1R than the Augusta priers, via:
Hotel, Family & Chidren's Bedsteads,
PANEL DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS, SASH, &C,,
Will Repair all kinads of Furniture at the raesidence
of anay one who may favor himt with a call, on the
maost reasconable termas.
GEORGE B. LANIHAM.
Mar 29 caiwtf -- 11
New Fall & Winter Goods,
'uIIE Subs'criber bags leave to-offer to his eusto
.1 mlers and friends, a very
Select Stock of Dry Goods,
n all cit its varieties which he has selected with
great care in the best Northern Mlarkets: such as,
New Yorx and Boastoin, atnd which he thinks is well
adapted to the Fall and Winter trade.
A good Stock of all other articles usually kept for
the use af enntry trade; all of which will ba, sodd
low tfir Cask, or on accommondating terms tor punc
The very highest Market price will be paid for
Cotton and other produce in exchance fair Goads..
M. .W. CLARtY.
Sept 28 1853 tt 37
For the Planters !
and SA LTS.
70 JBbts. Ketttewetl's CH! EMICA L SA LTS,
30 a" Pure ground PL ASTER.
The above celebrated Mantures for, sale by
J. SIBLEY & SON.
Hanmburg, Nov 14, if 44
!"' The Lsrernsville Hecrald, Independent Press
anal Anderson Gazette will copy the shove four
times, and forwardbiils to J. S. & SON.
L LL Persons indebtedl to the Estate of John
.a Irwin, dee'd., are requested ta make immei-i
ate payment, and those having demntads will plense
present them. SA M. PEIRIN. Adm'or.
With the ,eilL annexed.
Mill Way, March 15 6t 9
MYanufa~ctuured Tobacco !
J UST Received direct fraom the Factory, Thairty
Boxen C HEWING TOBACCO, comprising
Faur Choice Brands, viz: Iloney Dew, Oronoco,
Extra anud Premium. For sale by the Baox, cor at
retail at LOW PRICES. Don't fail to call and
sample before buying elsewhere.
G. L. PENN, AGENT.
Oct 26 t 41
OUIR FINE JACK TIPPECANOE, over 14
hands high, will continuo to make his Spring
Seasons at the Stabie-of.Joel Curry, and will insure
live Colts for 8l0. AlI~enre to Iprevent aceidents,
ut no .respoasibility fea-any..
H. A. SI.A W..
BROWNING & LEMAN
French, English and German
1DBT (S@@EVID %
209 aud 211. King-atreet, corner of Market-Street
Charleston, S. C.
[ ARPETINGS.-Ingrain, 3 Plys, Brussels, Ta.
UJpestry and Vilvets,
CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin and
Curtain Cambrifs and Muslins, in large 'a-ietiy,
Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains, all styles
Gilt Corniees, is all the now designs,
Curtain Gimps, Ilolders, Loops, T.assels, &L.
Drapery Cords and Bell Ropes, in all varioties,
British and AmericanFloor Oil CIoths,
Silver and Gilt Stair Rods and Stair Carpoings
or all stvles.
Wiltoni, Velvet, ad 4Amisster Rags, ia lige va
PLANTATION WOOL1NS-Blankets, Plains
Kerseys, Caps, &c.
Red-nuid While Flannels, Shirtings, &c.
Cottoos Osnaburg, of all ie beat Southern rannu.
Englsh and American COITON FLANNELS
French. Esglish and American Prints,
LINUENS, of Ricbard,'s superioi make, foi
Sheetings. Shirtings. Pillow Cases. Table Damiasks
Doylies, Nspkins, Towellings, Huckab.eku, Fruil
Cloths, 11. E. Diapers, Grass Cloths, &c.
Cloths. Cuasineres and Vestings, of best Frenel
Servants' Cloths, in all the shades of Englisl
Sattinets, Tweeds, Jenns and Lindseys. of al
qualitis Unl styles. . With a full assortment or
. ..Rich Dress Goods.
[u SILKS, TISSUES, BAREGES, GRF-.
DIN ES. N1 USLINS. &c.
BoIbnzin.tes,gAlpacas and Mourning Goods, it
Evening Dress Goods, in great variety, constantly
All the above are of our own Direct :Im
porlatiola, and offered at the L U W E z'I
T'ernas..-CASIT, or City A cceptance.
rf-The QNE PRICE S'TSTEM striekly ad
hered to. All Goods warrantetd.
BROWNING & LEMA N.
Charleston, Jan 30 . tr 3
M. O. PRICE & CO., Ta.ILons-FO1
TI I SPRING TRADE-A re constantly
inanufaeturing and A-r ALL TME well supplied witli
the aneWest styles of
Clothing of all descriptions,
COATS, PANTALOONS, VESTS, SH IRTS,
Uadershirts and Dr-awers,
CRAVATS, SCARFS, GLOVES, BELTS AND BRACES
HOSIERY OF ALL KINDS,
Trunks, Travelling Bags, Sm., &c.
TOILET. FURNISlIIiG-Fnney Souaps, Ex.
tracts. Cloth and Hair Brushes, Conmbs. FRogers
Knives. Shears, Purses and- Port Mlonies. Canes
Uibrella, T1nts, Caps, and every article of Gen
tlemens' dress and personal'fnrniture.
TO TIlE TRADE-We are well supplied witi
CLOTIIR. CASSIMERES, VESTINGS AND
TRI.I\NGS. Cloths by. the piece, pattern 0t
yard, which we will sell as low.as can be bought it
New York City.
WM. 0. PRICE,
W. T. INGRAHIAM.
No. 258 Blroad-street, Augusta Ga.
Mfareb 30 -:f-' 10
Georgia Marble Works.
Jt. G. R ANKIN, W. 31. H URLOCK, G. I. SUMMEYi
.SUCCKssOasU -ro A. A-rxINSON & Co.
Ti 7bl Esatablisaasseuut has been in success
1 fitl oapertatin for a tnumber .f years. The
Qutarries are well opened. anad thte Mlarble iza superi'
Ior to an in the lintited States.
We' have so perfected outr faeilities for gettinigout
and finishing work that we can furnish
M[ounuments, Tombs, Head Stones,
Atol every thintg int our line of business, ini thetter
style', and at ebenper rates thian any yard in the
Whten it is consieredl that we saw' onr oewn mar
ble, psy no joebber's proifit, nd no high freighit Ireom
thte Nerdh, it will heo scen that we possess rnateriai
advantage over aill comtitpetitors.
We cordially solicit our friends andi the public to
examine our work tint compare o.ur prce with
thtose of oth,-r yardli, biefore eorde'rintg Northern
M1arble. We htave on handl at our yard in. Mlari
e'ttat, a large assurtnient of FIN ISIlEI) WORK
Monmens..abltsTombha, &c.-whiere our agent,
Mr .W'ummer., will sell at our prices. Our
prinacipial work is done at thse Mlills. A ddress
- . ..G. RANKIN &CO.
- 3larble Works P. 0., Gn.
ROGERs LIVERWORT & TAR,
FOR THE COMPLETE CURE OF 00O7GHS, COLDS,
INFLUENZA, ASTHMABRONCHITIS, SPIT
TIGOBLOOD, AND ALL OTHER
-T ING OOMPLANS TEND
T7 IIlS preparation is g4tting into 'tse all over nut
Country. The nutmeroums letter- .ve receive froma
sur various agents, informing us of cures etfee'ted ini
their immediate nieighborhoo~ds, warrant its in saying
iiis one of the best; If not the very best Congh Medi'
eie o before the pnhlaic. It almost int'ariably re.
licres and not unfrequently cures the very~ wors.t cases.
When all other Cough prepairations have faile'd. thi
has relieved the patient, as D~ruggisst, denter. in Medi
sines, andI Physicians can testify. Ask thse Agent in
ynur nearest town. itlhat has heen his experience of
the effects of this medicine. If he has been sellinig it
fur anay flength of tame -he will tell you
IT IS THlE BEST MEICINE EXTANT.
Below we give af'ew senxratsL from letters we htave
receivedlately regabuliung the virtutes of this mediceme.
Dr. S. S. Oslito. of Knoxville. Ga., say:-I hot'e
beea using; ouar Liverwort antd Tar very e~etensively in
myaa.praticefar three yeairs past, and, it is wvith pleasure
/ state my bliefian vts serEalosar v n .i. OTtnEi
artc.r~s erith which I oa acquainted, ftor wchich it is
Messrs. I'iszrerald& Bienners, writing from Waynes
vilt.-, N. C. samys :-9 T he Liverwort and Tar is be
coming daaly moi-e popular in this Counttry, AND w S
TINXK JVSTI.Y 5o. -AUl tho have tried at speak im
commendable terms of it. and .say it is very beneflcial
is alleeiating the complaints for which it is recom-.
Our Agent in Pickens District, S.C. Mr. S. R. Mc
Fall, assures nus that he uses it with great benefit in
his own'.faniily, and recommends it to his neighbors.'
lIe gives all intanci'e of a Negro wonman,in his vicini
ty, whoa hadl been-sufTering wnth disease of the Lung.
for years, attended with a severe cough, who was re
lieved by the Liverwort andi Tar.
.Sueh are the good reports we hear of this Medicine
from all p-.ti of the 8onth. For a report of' the sur.
prising cures it has performietd in the Western and
Northern and Easterti States, we woutld invite the
sufferinig patient to read the pamphlet whiich acsom
panics each bottle. Tu all, we say, have hope, haye
TRY THDE MEDICINE!!
BE WARNED IN SEASON!!!
Anti neglect not that cough which is daily weakening
your constittution, irritatinig your throat and luttgs,
and inviting on that dread dtisease, Cotisutmption,
when so aoothing atnd Ileatitie a remedy cain be ob
taned as Dr. iRoger.' Syrupt oi- Liverwort. andt Tar.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND IJASE 1I1
The genuine article is signed ANDREW ROGERS, on
thte engravedt wrapaper around each bottle.
Price, 01 per bottle, or six bonttles for $5. Sold
wholesale and retail by . SCOVAL & MEAD,
Ill Chiartres St. het. Contiandl St. Lomatt, N. 0.
8oi.E AGENsTs Foat TtIE SoUtJtERN STATES, to
whtomt all orders and applications for Agencies must
grW" Sotht by G. L. PEN N, Edgefictkt C. II.; WAP.DLAW
&~ DENDY, A bbevitle C. ft.; 1itATT & ,JONES, Newber
ry C. 1!.; A. .T. Ci:EIGIITON, Itanmburg; IIAYILAND
IISLEY' & CO., Angusta, Ga., and by one Agent In overy
Town tn tthe South.
March 29, 4ma 11
A LL~ Persons indebted to thte Estate of Daniel
English, dec'd., aire requested maike imomedi
ate paymnent. tid those htavitng dematads will please
render themt tn forthwith, property attested.
.JOIIZN SEN-TELL, Ex'or.
March 5 4It 8
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of the late
.iMaj. Wallnece, dee'd., will mnake paymesnt by
the 15th day of April next: ad all persont' having
demanads ng'ainlst said Estate will present thtett duly
attested, withain the same period : as notice is hereby
given to all parties -inte'rested, that a final settle
menat of the Es ate i'i es pected to~ be made, on thaat
day, at Edgeaeld Costrt h ouse.
R. G. WALLACE, Adm'r.
1archa 22 .t 1(i
THE GREAT KENTUcKy
DR JOHN MULS
-HIIS medicine. when used according to directions., will
enre, wihout fal: -
or King's MOi.
of the Skin. Drysipelas,
Tumors, Chronic Sore FMyss,
Ringworm or Tetters. Seald Ilead,
Rheumatim. Pains in' the Donee or
Joints, 01-1 Sores and UMoors, Swelling of
the olnda, Sirphinlo, Dyspep.-ia. Salt Itheum,
Diseases of the Kidneys, Visrese asising from the use
of M1ercury, Es of Appe-tite. Pain In the Side and
Shoulders. Gaeneralik-bility, L.umbaplo. Coughs. Colds,
Dropsy..Jaundice. Costiveness, 3irnnebitis. Weakness of the
Chest, Sore Throat. l'ulmonaryi Affetions, ail all other
Diseases tending to prodlure Crasumption. Liver Com
plaintst, Female Irregularites nd COMPlaints, Low
Spirits, Sick and Nervous Hleadache. Night Sweats,
Exposuret, or Imprudenoe In Life, Chronic Con
stitutional Diseases, and as a Spring and
Sumnner Drink, and Geonessl Tonlc for the
S1ystem, and a Gentle and Plienvant
Purgntive, It Is superior to Blue
Lick and Congn-ss Water,
Salts. or S-Idlitz
It Is a remarkable fact, that among the hundredsn of
eminent physicias who have exasued the recipe by which
Bull's Sarsapariln In prepared. sot one has condemned
It. but all approvedl it, andi enmmend it In the highist
terms. Mtany physicians express themselves strongly In
the belief that It Is docidedly the best ptimparation of Slar
saparillat that him ever been plnced before the public.
Although there are many physiciano who feel a reluctance
to having their nantes appen~led to the recommendation of
any pnrticular remedy, notwithstanding they may approve
of it In the highes-t degree, there are others who frankly
yield their support In fanr of a semiedy which they know
is capable of doing: on nuch "ite In an afflicted com
munity. As an evidience, read the following from old and
respectable phIACians1, Of high standing in the community
int which they live:.
TEST IN ONT.
t7- Testimony like the wwing rendir superfons all
conaments on the eineny of Bull's Sarsaparilla. From Dr.
L P. Yandell. Professor of Chemistry in the Louisville
jiedical College: I have lookedl nver the list of ingredients
composing John Bull's Comipound Extract of arsaparilla,
and have no hsitition lin xaCine that thy form a safe
compound, and one that proniSe e nic diea,
so which it is applicable. L. K. YANlDEL L, 31. D.
L nuisvinoe. June 6, 1848.
What Dr. Pyles. ph)ician by appointment to the Louis
tille arine flospital, ways of Bull's Sarsaparilla :
LouisvrLUs, Mtarch 20, 1849.
i have examined the prescription for the preparation of
John Bull's earsaparilla. and I believe the combination to
be an exellent oneand well calculated to produce an alter
ative imspreion on the system. I have, used It both In
public anr private practice, and think it the beat article
of Sarsaparilla now in use. C m. Lve: Xo*
Resident rhysiuan Louisville Marine ospitaL
Lou11os,. K,. April 2th, 1860.
St-Permit me to address toyou a few lines.and do me
the honor to reply to a request that I wIll make in the
conclusion of thi letter, &c.
I S a grasute of Trantylvana3edical University ;I
have practiced medicine in this wilderness country about
ive Years, but owincto xdosure to bitter cold weather, I
hae e rnd abpe fat, tAte amthets h ued ofx
eminntisifterh haveexaunedykll the trebyenit
ofll'y casandriing is pee. I onwas ondtoegned
agt. Gelaoed i.Brt, abomue itw theek ighst
atnfess hany oneaotle ehaes eele tronlye.
th blitatm oitin dthideyu thpr pepat at of Sarl
isaparidedyha serior nte pepaato beore the pulic
Althoughl take areany plasreine ecofeldn a eutoanhe
ateo avin tbeinage aened apt and recomenaion ohe
aprticlart uremedy nowthe satin thy&c. aprv
of it hainxie the hihl eiet o thees ther wop fran
yield' tisurat i a of arpar~a ad hich noheytto kn
isapbefding tht sof anic valuablen copanafid. Icould
prefeit to an artidele, noeadnruoeolhrwthe fromased asnd
frspmabl mpure istat of hih btaoddorgtinto the oystem.
ises w for th ch lire: rcmmnefueccrigt
direstimony ikee ith towa valudbre sucefinu all
volent n prteeracyne of yhlls accmpaniid wrothr
Node. Trape. Pnreso or thembonsr inether Ltoughll
Medca tolee: e ve oke very. o ngeit
cop os ing prfJin yf.ohn lull'sCopudxtat Sarsaparila
and Ihave no hesitation In reanning t the publisaf
compotnd anri one tcrhuat phules. andll crondeouseand
o wichoit, iy Appil Lt,14. M. TAPPE, . D.
LoeivilE. Jun SE, - ev8E4SEVN.N
Coat r.yl. -pheflliang apinta ebtm opy Louia
erInae eoamine the prsescrio fo the prprai o of l'
Jh uiSarsapariiter . Waend is elev the gembnatioly
beow an alnt eoqen and lacunaptied atoroea ter-.
.tv imre on te E.Steuen.nn hae beden knoth an
puli thenot prieted pracice ealuer thinat the en-til
uk RCnesidc ent boyicant ouforillen yarin d siat
thS me Pcrfiln te ohighstyo ewlns and rpnibeta io e
concuio the 1 E ett Cnern&.Cnthwrilpouebtr
or mare a tiac o r sini av ofyediceriy; I
hepciced nRed.iE. i.Shn hswlern.Senssounr.abu
fireyear, bt owng t exourto bitte old wath, 1 I
haveo bee idspe, with Acuteireeunatisfaonn waou no
ofemyaion and dstating nr belnefi. thas indce to ven
acodinly medcaspda ottl cacurted fom proue
I decigdely sprie muhtuorig anydte rprto O thereor
anud cheerlly a great earns recommend it to the
afflicted.Ubin -eda E.t and Iilvse th.
anysician toe i ht is t heir ctic o &cal n .Jh
AIs ha; aned the st of huaisthat copoe Jhn
larsparactrur. fe of ~radin, and r aenolletigato ihe
sayngti that it a faimpaluble otepotor to puih
pureerf med any hsarpartilla. I usrThe daons es
from welkonandr statenthe od ortintvoduahesbothm.
uI cndnl premife.d hat toe pe rectsly obenwhapoweg.
stree Etrst d on t bel ieve3willcureialluclasesr.
diretonI ale i to e ai lable Agucedneuy, byo
L.de PEN . i caruis h on hteri uh
Set to suce-vr te reey3
Elnozary emhberyh ldca oitPhldlha
HellencBr, aDr tp.hy Ifoian o Lands.
Johnave ben y usin Jon i~ asprlai ra
T vHrit oflchrnic ine s wth case o hang ethi s
andilhaen he Billand i ronpearing itto tmy publi
glnularn tiatete Yoefsndt, erentyTyo
anLeirt usb Aprtt,W 14. nvlor R TAhae i. r
an. and her hband Rev. e STorganSara
Cmm srr hefoings n e ubn i a riy opy ofm
miongs an eLitue and accomplibaed Arofe Lit.
Ie, church anatin and hteero hsben kEdwnard .oar
lucky a nJrhnc coldbo. ofrv n r iny frum and at
sitelsyond the ihmitdo resohibestatio o ahet
frce'f ithook Conu'r ann e se rodue bette
he or moreete~car etio n o a i M r. n'e y mdicinefo
eter omplinan, t wis evoreredi Thato the any
edicne. d ..W ap enr, n - pled, itatnsrorndmu
to tis Bll, ithi Ithr e mnths, May ninty 1day.
fr e thae uedictin he~sSreofrl, and haveeknown
throf behuse, withentr aifctonessobe aared
Jeatin 0, sl854. ou belef thti 5sa 2i n
rsh oaneliv muhsferint andouhrfr
wU ld c e e ly ad T hirty e are l rconf a t it tooice
e earnefrly ite almlirsns ho arsu'ing Ewery
Auls, agnt, ag etaop of 1'reston & aerreyl' ouIn all
now.s aniFor e a G. Lfhmn. E ' Agpeta.
Ism Re-en, tat the noei o the hilto, immedibtely
th thentprafne nubef o th e rt a tksRond atoundin
Street, volntarly sppowiee Mnr. Wit's rsapence.
from whe knorn asnuishe insua bothgn,
meni d piatle if, hays Aees, pefetl doesrwhins
othe r.g aftrohn old~ styciplOfe. He hsid adipted
may ot moer ittprosvemengs, on Act, abl of
the Pexcep tatgofslh inhswok
A d ept mby sk8 aly
r tteAK OA ot CrmiambrgtonEdg
edGFnEwIco iedInd penfothepul
nhale r ery tr BilfrPirno i
Boot and Shoe Manufactory
1HAVING removed to the Stort
ialjiiining Dr. A. G. TEAGuSt
Drug Store, as usual, I am pre
pared to make to order, Fine Dress, Double Solei
Water Proof and Pump
Boots and Shes,_
Of the very BESTMATERIA LS, and an excel
lent it always warranted.
Also. on hand a large vaiety of BOOTS an<
STIOIL, of my own nanulneture, which will b
disposed of on reasonable terms.
Nov. 16 if 44
g N. B -Wanted, three apprenticew in lear
he Shoe-making business. Pletne apply aon.
BOOTS AND S0E S
A TNM MtON rnoN STM OPPOS7M2 TM
masonic Hall, Augnsta, Ga.
ALDRgam a ROYAL,
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Carpet Bags, he
A RE now seceiving their FALL STOCK t
. Gents.. Lnlis, Misses, Boys, Youths ani
Children's SlIlOS of the
A nal the best that can be bought.
Our Assortment cetsains EVERY ARTICLI
usually kept in the largest Boot and Shoe Stores
-ALL VARIETICS F- -
AND 11OUSE SERVANTS' SHOE,%
All of which we will sell on the most reasonablh
Augusta, Oct 12 ' if 39
Pair Home made Plantatien
IARNESS. SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER
FONE D00101TS6 AJID1 SHO99
OF ALL DISC51lTIONs.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp 611
At the Shoe Stor4, next door to Sullivan & Brother
H. T. MIMS.
July 21 tf 27
G EORCE ROHINSON & 11. B. JACKSON
have ssoeiinted themselves together, for the
transacting of a
General Hardware Business,
Under the style of Ronh1soN & .JAcKsoH, H1amburg
where we will always keep an extenisive assortmenti
of EVERY TIllNG in that line. together witli
Saddles, Bridles, llarness, Leather,Truuks, Whips
Ilamiburg, April 27 if 15
ROBINSON & JACKSON,
H AMBURG S. C.
H AVE now on hand a most complete Stock
of Hardware, amongst which may be
200 Ton English and Sweed Iron,
5t0 Kegs lails,
20,000 ths. Castinrs,
50 DLuz. Collinis' Axes,
75 " Brades' Patent Tloes and others,
5 " Superior Straw Cotters,
20 " Spades and Shovels,
10 " Rlakes,
Tilletson andl others make of Vices and Anvills
Tinee. Halter. Log, Fifth andl other style of Chains
A complete Stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery,
--ALL STYLFES o?
Plains, Sawae, Chisels, Serews. ilinges,
Knobs. Biellows, litta, Guns,
Pistols, Shot Engs,
Powder Flnsks. Cotos and Wool Cards,
Well Wheels. Kettles, Stew Pans,
Frying Pansy, Gridiross, Ilanmmers. I latchets.
Tacks, Wafrer, and Wattle Irons. Candle Sticks
steelyarde. Mtarking Guages. Spirit Levets,
Andir one. Shovels andl Trongs. Screw
Plates, Compnaes, Thum
Unburg, A pril 27 tf 15
50 HHIDS. SUGAR, Also 50 Barrels STEW
A RT'S doi.
200 Ungs COFFE E.
25 Hhels. MOLASSES.
200 Coils ROPE, someti very Ftlperiolr.
100 Bale's Gunny andl l~undee BAGGING,
30 Whole. lalt' 'and Qnneter lIblh. N.. 3. No I
and Mless M.ICR ER EL, also Kits,
"And w,- would AI.so state," that we have a fin
Blankets, Nejro Cloths,
Bedsteads. Chairs, Saddh-es, Osnahbures. Sfripes
Iron, Natils. Oils, Whte Lentd. Shot. Iar Lead,
Salt, Cheese, Po'weler, Smny, Rice,
Baneon. &e., &c.. &c.,
And in fact, every article usually found in a (Gro
eerv Store. j. SIBLEY & SON.
Ilamburg, Nov 14, tf 44
-Wolfe's Schiedam Snapps,
lH EJ Umalersiened haes just received, in connee
tin with other CIIolCK LIqUORS. a large
liit of WO)IAl,'S AROMlATIC 8CllEDAAI
SCIIN APPS direct from llolland. This miedicine
is highly recommiendled for medical purposes.nn ain15
a beverace to those' who indulge in any thing ir
the line of Pure Iholland, has never been exelledl
by any thing ofl'eredl in this country. It conme's il
quart bottles and can be hade fronm the Subscriber
in any quantity. - l o
Scotch WHfISKEY pure. Choice COGNAC
pRANDY. I loliamd GiN, pure and elhoie'. Ma
deira WINE, old and tine, CHlAMPAJGNE
WINES, choice brands. A splendid assortmnent of
West India Fruits, Raisins, Nuts, &c,
With a few Barrels New Crop Orl-ans .lasses,
and a few boxes supe~rieor Spermi Achnitmntine Can
dels. These with a general naortmentt of FA MIl
LY GROCERI ES pre~viosusly in Store, makes his
Stck very co:uplete, all or any' pn't of which will
be sold low. S. E. BOWERS.
Ilamiburg, Jnen 2 tf 51
STATE OF SOUJTH CAROLINA.
. DGEF1ELD DISTRICT.
Amon Littdsey and 1Petition for the appli
Stewart HarrIson, ention elf funds to the
rs. satisftet ion of Plain
Wmn. H-. HarrIson. )tiff's' Judgtment.
()N hearing the petition of Complainants, A.
~. Lindsey aind Stewtart Harrison. as amended,
ith leave, unod on sitisfnetory evidenice shewn
to me, that the Defendant William H. Harrison.
insa taken up his permanent residence beyoind
he litnits of this State, antd the juri.,diction of
.his. Court, on motion of Ailr. Abney, Soticitor
for Petitionters, It is ordered, that the said WNm.
. Harrison do appear, atnd plead, answer or
emur to the said Petition within three months
fronm the publication hereof, antd that on his
ailure so to do, a Decree anad Judgment, pro
onfesso be rendered against him.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Feb24 3m '7
Beach Island Land for Sale,
HESberiber offers at private sale FIVE
THUNDRED ACRES of Beach Island Swamp
ad, lying on the River, and adjointing lands of
amuel Clark and Jamies T. Gardner, and rented
be present year by Jlmes T. Gardner.
A bout 400 acres of the above Tract are cleared
nd well im~provedl. The balance in Cypress and
oler swamp timber.
Termts made easy- to a good purchaser. A pply
to R. BRADFORD.
Silverton. S. C., May 4 if 16
eavy All Wool Negro Goods
1I~rLER & WARREN, Augusta, Ga., have
IIjust received a large Stock of Georgia
Plains and a large lot of 8-4 and 9-4 Ne
ro Blankets, some of thtem weighing eight
pouds to the pair, to which they invite the alien.
ton of planters. Also,
GENUINE HETT AIICIOR BOLTING CLOTHS,
From No 1 to 10.
Augu.a, nOct 12 nm 3
.5H I P CM AND LERY,
No. OW5 Mast-Nay, opposite . ,& N. Dank
CitaLZr.srox. S. C.
E keeps constantly fior inle a general assort
ment of P A INTS' and O1L.Sof all kinds,
Window Glins an Saxhes,
Spit. Turpwntine, Camphene. Spirit Gas
Tallow, Grindstones Ciordage,
Chain Pumps. GIue, Packing Yern,
Cotton Foot:Gin Fixtures, and Brushes of varioun
Charlextna, Nov. 1 6m 42
COLUMBIA, S. C.. 7
URON & BRASS FOUNDER,
STEAM ENGINE B.UILDEt
And Boiler Maker.
LL Ktinds of pur, Grist and. Saw Mill -Gear
A ing and -'shating made and warrantedt
form eqana up any ix the State.
Dr. X. T. Mimo at Edgefell C. U.? is an,
Agent tip mike contracts.
Nov. 2. 1853. ly
?LANO-FORTES, BOOKS, KUSIG; t6.
TIE Subscribers wenid enlk d at
-tenie~n to thei Sleadidusu atis og
P I A N 0 IO R T En! ,
Of 6. OA, 6f and#t 7 Octavos frion the, ceebrated.
Niantunheories or RAcox & Riva Iiazz.o &
Rios. and A. 11. G.L & Co.,"'ofNew.York,
These are male frnm tiie best nid tlrMughij sea
seined mater:ils. with all the ltitt -mprovements,
and are %ARRAN'E i) to -tand 'tle iriUmrs
hanges oer this elinite-uiine fir equality and swet
neps or tone ennumot he suIrpaed. . ; - .
Their BOOK and ST.\TIONERY deputieai
consists of a good asno tment of
Sehool and Miscellaneous -ois'd
A ne all the Cheap literature, as evn a pul'e,
as well as a large and well seleced. Stuek ofL ta
tionery, ke. ,
Their Stoek or PRINT ED, MUSI"Gi rhenirest
in the state. consistieg of all the pejoular Songs,
Waltzes, Marehes, Varintions. &e.'
r7 New Music received every week.
They also ke-el an elesrant sumsrtmnent of the"t
rowing instruniomts ieln hand viz:
Violins, Guitars,. Violincellos ]
nets, Cornopeons, Sax Horns,
TENOR HORNS, FLUTINAS, FLACEOLETS BANJOS
Also, an assortment of Musical Mereh.mnix&O
V- An nssortment of superior Violin and G
STRlNGS. always 'n hand.
All the above articles %eill be sol& .s(j klqr
good paper, by GEO. A. OATES BRQ8s. -1
Brial Street, Augustat1 Gi.j. '.
Nov 9, t f
* Fr te repMd cure-of'
00(IfhS, COLDS, IOARSENESS,
. CR011?, ASTIIIA, AND
70R A COLD AZlD U;0UGH,7 take it tqor..Ing. noon,
and e-veninmg. accordling to directi'ons on time lsttle. anil the
diffienlty will soeon h~e renmoved. None will long esger froth
this trouble when they find It can be soe readily cured. Per
I sous afllcted with a seated sough, which breaks thni of
their rest at night. will fhnd, by taking the CNElfPRY P'EC
TORtAL on goinig to bed. they mnay he sure of sound. ams
broken sleep, and eonse-quently refreshming fest. Creatfrellef
fronm suiferng. and an utimnate eure. ils affordmet to thousads
who are thus aflletd by ths invaluable- ri nmedy.
From its agreeable effect in thee cases, rmany find theta
selves unwilling to ferego it. use whena the necessity for it'
From two eminent Physicians In
- AA~v m n., Tvy.. A pril 18.155i,
Sea:-We -have given ynur Cherry Pectoral stn extensive
a dy we have fur curing affretiona of the respiratort orans.
,..* DRh.IEMERt -IA3IPTN.
ASTHX&-la generally much seliaved, antVaften wholly
cured by.tr.xxtv P'rcroar.. Butithere- are sonme essesso
ohstinate as to yld entirely to ~no m'ediclne. Cherry Pee
toral will crn them. If they can he cured.
3PONCHITIS, or irritalirm of the throat sod upper pr
tion of the lengs, may he- cured by taking Cherry .esctoral
in small aned frequtent doses. The uneomfortable opiiressa
is aon relieved.
Rev. Doet. T.AS5IYO. of froklyrn. New Yerk. tates
"I have seen thme t'herry Peetoral sure such cases of Asthma
and trnehltis as leads mae to belicve It a rarefy, tall to.
curs those diseases.
70R CROUP.-Givean emnitie oftantimony. to bie Thlio-.d -
by large anel fregne~cnt doses of th- Cherry Pertoral, until ft -
sudus time disease. -If taken in se-ason, it will not fail to -
WHOOPING COUGH may be biokenunp sod soon eured
by the muse of Che-rry PeseanraL
THE INFLUENZA Ia speedily removed by this remedy.
Nuine roums instances have beetn noticed where whole 1lillies.
were prtecet from anyv serrus eonsequenees. -tei 2 -
neighebors, without the Cherry Peetoral, were aufferla sfrom -
Dr. J. C. Avra:-T write to Inform von of the truly re
markabhl. effect of your ClI ERRY PEC',ORA L in thispie4
and in my own: famly. Onie of my daughters was complete
ly cured in theree days of a dreadful nbon ogb
taking It. Dr. ,ef eans. oine of our very best phae'.ans r -
stak-s that he consieers it the best remedy .we have for put
monary disasas, and that he has enred more eases of Croupi
with it thun any other nmedicine lee ever administered.
Outr clergymean of the Hlaptist Chnrch .ss th'at during ihe
runeof luettu-enza here this scan, he las seen cures Ae
vnutr medlene lhe eould scacrcely have believed wtho, se.
lng. Youts, respectflall.
From the distinguished Professor of Chemistry and iateuia
Medics. Bowsdoin College.
DRAs Si:-T have foundl the Cheerry Pectoral, as it ingre-.
dienue show, a powerful remedy for colds, and couhs ad
pulmonary diseases. P. CLEYEI.AND, 1 D.
Itrunewick. Meane, Feb. 5. 1553.
Dr. VAL~wI1%?. Movy, the, wIdely celebrated Psofasser of
Surgery in thc Medical College. New York City, sarys:'
"It gives mm pleaeure to certify the value .ad ef4.ey-ef
"AYER'~S ChILI.RY PECTOR.L." whleh -1 cesaider pe
culiarly adapted to enre diseases of ihc Throat ande ilunga."
Cures of severo miseases upon the Lamhave be~efrete.t
by Cherry Pectoral in such extreme ca-es as warrant'he be
lief that a REMEDY llAS AT LAST BEEN POLUND
that cen be de-pndedt on to cure time Coueghs. Cold-asd Coa
summptiont wih carry from our midst thousads oere year.
it is indet a mnedicine to which the afluicted eam look with
co'nfidence for relief, andl they should not fall to aval them
selves of It.
Prepared anti sold by JAMES C. AYER, Practi
cal aned Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Sold in Edgefieldi by G. L. PENN, and by Drug
gists and Dealers in Medicine every where.
AtuWholesaileb HamianD. RisLKaY & Co., Au
gusta. Ga., and Chaleston S. C.
Feb2' te 0t
Essence of Jamaica Ginger~
~THIS ESSENCE is warrantied to possess,. in. a.
Icemceniratedl form, all tac valnable yroertnie' e
.1AMAICA GINGER, and will he found.o.tIa.
excellent Family Medicine. It ie particuslarly eo
mended as a tonie, to persons reeovering froem fever or
other diseases, a few drepe imparting to - the sigmaelm
a glow and vigor equal to a wineaglassful of briia
or uglher stimulant, witheout any of the debilitatin -
efriets which are sure to follow the use of liq'nor'o
an kind ; and it is therefore especallyv serviceablst.
eh idrent and females. To the aged it will prove a
great comfoert; to the d pepic.ad sto those wrhoar.
predisposeed.to gout or r omatic- afretipnie,.;.it gimes*
great relief; anti to the inehria'teido wishes ~ q.
furm,. but whose stomach Is constaatly seraving. the
noxious lignor. it is invaluable--gesing tone to the
digestive organs. and sirength. to nea.ist. temptaion g -
and is consequently a great agent :in 'the 'eause of
Persons desirang an article that cam he relied apo;s
prepared solely from pusseJA MAICA GINGER,shaol
he particular to ask for "lfrwn's Essence of .Jamat
ca Ginger," which is warranted to lbe whati It l seg
resented, and is prepared onl at FRED'IC BOWWu
Drng and Chemical Store, 14. E. cornurChetnut ad
Fifth Streets, Phtiladlelphia.
Dietosaccompany each bottle,
'f HE Room at pesent occjedbyfir. ~I~
Ias a Dry Goods Store. (a my absens.e apply
to J1. A. Willisma,' i T. O STMl.