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TO THE 'REAVED).
Wearenot far from those we love:
Death is a narrow river -
A signal from the wor!d above,
Nay bear us o'er forever.
And soon the living and the deal'
Across that stream shall meet,.
For life goes on with hurried tread,.
And time has no retreat.
We are abroad, a broken b'aud.
A.dl those gone on before
Are waiting in the father land,.
Till we shall leave the shore.
Then with a steady eye look up,.
Nor from the prospect start ;
Let courage, trust and lively hope
Live in a lowly hiart.
For those across the swelling stream,.
No look of sadness wear;
No eloudy day, no troubling dream,.
No lonely pathway there.
Then for the dead letismiles, not tears,.
And words of faith be given .
From living souls, let doubts and-feara,.
And iaiu regrets be driven.
And braving well the toil and storm,
With beart and hope above,
The nearer are we heaven and home,
Tlie nearer those we love.
"God Bless you!"
"God-bless you!"-How simple, yet how
beautiful! What a volume of; love., benevo
lence, and earnestness is expressed by these
little words!-No pomp of language, no la.
bored thought, can convey their meaning.
They appear to hae been: formed for the
heart, since they fall from the lip by impulse,
as beams from the stars. Their utterance
is a broad philathropy-ah everything in
little-an outpou'ing of soul to soul. Noth
ing can be added to their perfectness, they
are at once all poetry and all religion.
Wordly cunning and masked deceit, ap.
pear to shun " God bless you," as though its
mention to them was sacrilege ; as though it
possessed the power to tear away their poor
disguise. Even to them this benison is holy;
it is not in their heart,. and their tongte will
not give its sacred:force-will not speak the
monstrous lie of what has been so long a
beauteous truth, and lent courage and
strength to the spirit fainting in its struggle
The lips which drop "God' bless you,"
as melted pearls heyond price, have some
times pressed the brow of Virtue, and gather
ed innocence fron the chastened kiss. Those
lips have spoken kindly often, and on them
lingers the honey of the sympathy they have
borne. Smiles must play around them
smiles of guilelessness-ia memory of the
ha ppiness their gentle accents once bestowed.
"God bless you !" has been said to day,
and yesterday, and years agone, and wrill he
through time, yet it is ever now ; it has a
stranig, -peculiar music like the imagined
whisper of one we love, in some happy
A nd it is now.. The soul that prompts,
the heart that feels, the mind that forms it, is
new, though the words are old. It is fade
less in youth and freshiness, for varied and
different emotions evoke its utterance alvays.
It leaps otit of the spirit, as an angel of mier.
cy out of Heaven to catch a sinking soul.
No guard can keep " God bless you"
wvithin the bosom- no force can drive it forth
in native loveliness: it comes as repenlant
tears, lling in reflected beauty, and softons
the bosom of firmest adamant.
We never hear " Gotd bless you" but it
~tiuhes plaintively the ebords of the heart,
and vihrates in gushes of melancholy through
the mind. It speaks a flood of happiness,
niot by its single :utterance alone, but in that
it awakens the similar invocations we have
head since a mother's kiss commingled with
her sainted prayer.
"God bless you" leaves a calm before and
behind its calling: we feel higher, better,
holier wvhen we heardi its sound. .4 wealth of
spotlessness seems to hatve fidlen then upon
our brow and its buds bloom gratefully
How oft have we dIrank in " God bless
you" from lips that have thrilled upon our
own in confidence and love-lips that are
mute forever now ! How ummory goes back
by the radiant paths of thought, and lingers
sweetly in the bright niches of thme past, each
tine timat "-God bless you " greets our ear.
Fairies of the loved and lost and absent
have breathed "' God bless you" and the
echoes will be with us when we most need
that blessing, and we~ rejoin those who hav'e
asked it for our errors ini the fulness of their
love and trust in H-eavon.
The Minister's Tears,
Nearly forty yeatrs ago I attended church
one Sabbiat.,, and saw a stranger in the pul
pit. Tlhere wa something benevolent anid
kind in his appearance, and he spoke with an
earnestness to which I had not been acens
tommed. hlis text was " What will ye do in
the end therefore ?" I did not pay much
attention to the introduction and forepart of
the discourse, but at length I sawv the tears
running dowvn his cheeks, and this fixed my
attention. It w'as the first sermon I ever
wtas interested in. I do think that had I not
seen those tears, I might have gone home
wvithout benefit. I saw that the preacher felt
thme importance of his subject. And as he
brought up all classes of sinners to the trial
of the word of God, he dismissed each wvith
those solemn womrds, " and what wrill ye do
in the end thereofi" Hlow often hlave I
thought of those tears. He sowed that day
in tears, and a precious harvest followed,
and over eighty wvere gathered into the
chturch.-And eveni now the good old man
ministers to the same fock hedhen did, and
as often as I see his namo, I seem to see his
form in the pulpit as it then was, with the
tears on his cheeks. And as long as I live
I shall have an affectiotnate remembrance of
him. Such tears, reader, are not shed in
vain, nor are they easily forgotton. Oh that
there wras more of this sowing in tears; we
might then hope to see a joyous harvest.
Tihere is surely enough to cause them. And
do we understana any of the feeling which
causes then to flowv over dying sinners? If
not, have- we-'the spirit of our Divine Masteri
Is it-can it be called weakness to-shed tears
in this case h If they are proper anywhere
it is here. Surely we might well say wvith
the weeping prophet, " Oh, that my head
we-re waters, antd mine eyes a fountain of
tears, that I might wreep day and night for
the slain of the daughter of my pebple."
NEvER FIND FAur.-If your income be
dilapidated or more imaginative than actual,
what o f it ? You have yousr brain, your hands,
andl your nether limbs, and wvith their good I
aid you can go to wocrk and replenish your I
pocket to a very gratifying extent. Never
=-nit to find fault. Eery moment endedror
in grumbling is so muchi money ltt to you,
No matter how much like fautfindin'g you
may feel, don't find it-orally. Keep ii
gurnered up within your breast, go to work
and set yourself right, and you may occa.
sionally give vent to your spleen when you
have nothing better to do. Fault-finding is
a poor business-it pays neither those who
indulge in it, nor those who listen to it.
ZARMER, SPARE MY CHIN.
Barber, spare my ehin,
Touch not a single hair,
Let not thy ruthless steel invado
My cherished goatee there!
Withhold thy barber-ous blow,
Ttink of my future lot;
Oh, barber, let it grow,
Thy steel must harm it not.
'Twas my forerather's pride,
His glory and renown,
And with a trembling band
Ite stroked his gontee down.
Blast not my future lot,
Forbear thy cruel blow;
Oh, barber, harm it not,
But let my goatee grow!
Oft, when a Ulsping child,
In innocence arrayed,
My mother, fair and mild,
In accents sweet has prayed!
A tear was in her eye,
As site checked my childish glee
I ask thee with a sigh
Oh, barber, let it be.
My heart-strings round it cling,
Like ivy to the oak ;
Woul!st thou deep anguish bring?
- Forbear thy barberous stroke!
The storm without may rave
Accursed be my lot ;
While I've a hand to save,
Thy steel shall harm it not.
Axn my H-Iarr Too.-A few years ago,
when it was the custom for large girls and
larger boys to attend district schools, and
when flaggellations were more common in
schools thian at the present time, an incident
took place in a neighboring town which is
worth recording as a reminiscence of school.
boy days. One of the largest, plumpest and
ftirest girls in school happened to violate
one of the teacher's rules. Thie master, a
prompt energetic man of twenty-five, at
once summoned her into the middle of the
floor, and, as usual in such cases, the busi.
ness of the school ceased, and the attention
of every scholar was directed to the girl,
who, it was expected, was to receive severe
punishment. After interrogating the girl a
few moments, the master took from his desk
a huge ruler, such as we seldom seesnow-a
days, and commanded the danmsel to bold
out her hand. She hesitated, when the mas
ter, in a blaze of passion thundered out,
" Will you giec me y'our hand ?" " Yes,
sir, and my heart too!" promptly responded
the girl, ait the san'e time stretching forth
her hand to the master, and eycinig him with
a cunning look. A deathly silence reigned
for a moment in the school-room ; a moist
spot was seen to silisten itt the master's eye;
the ruler was laid upon the desk, and the
blushing girl was reguested to take her seait
but to " remain after the school wams dis
mtissedl !" In three weeks after the school
finished, the schlool-muaster and the girl wvere
A PoETIC-U, G ENIUS.-ln a well knowvn
city, a poetical genius was hamuled up btefore
a magistrate for kissing a girl and kicking
up a (lust and thme following dialogue ensued:
Magistrate-Is your name JIohn Jay?
Prisoner-Yes, so the people say.
M.-Was it you that kissed the girl and
raised the alarm
P.-Yes, your honor, but I thought it was
M.-You rascal! did you come hero to
P.-No, your honor, but it will happen
M.-Be off, you scamp, get out of my
P. Thank'ee, yoer honor, then I'll bid
you good night. ___
E-ratorIAN Praxosot'im.-" Mr. Crow,
can you expdain to de subscriber why) damt
'licious wvegetable catlled de nutmeg, neber
comes to mai~turity ?"
"Never comes to maturity?
"Yes; why dey am always small po.
" Why dey always small 'taters ?"
"Yes, Mr. Crow. Why dey oeber get
to be some punkins ?
"Why deoy neber"
" es, yes, Mr. Crow. Why don't de
nutmegs, as a class, grow large instead of
always growvin' small ("
"No, Julius Cmesar, I don't know nuffin
about it. You mus ax some gardenier man
Well, Mr. Crow, I kin tell you why nut.
megs, as a chass, dlon't growv large. It's be
eause ebry indiwidual ntmeg kniows'dat de
largest nutmeg in do world anm liable to
comei across a grater !"
DUTCn AzFFECTo.-(Seene-A country
store-the usual ntumber of louttgers seated
upon the counters. Enter.)
A Farmer.-" Good morning, Mr. Jones,
Mr. Jones."-" Good morning Square
Bixel, a fine day that !"
Squire.-" Yah! Have yott any of dat
stuff dley put Ott dare huts to wear to fu
Jones.--Yes! Yes! You mean crape."
Squire.-" Yawv! Yaw ! G rape."
Jones.-" Yes, we have the article. Hlow
miuch, Squire ?"
Squire-" Oh, shust enought to go roundl
niy hat," (holding it up.)
Jones.--" fThere it is. Oht! Whlo's dead,
Squire.-" De old voman !
Jones.-" You don't say so-the poor old(:
woman gone home at last. I'm sorry. You I
will miss her intdeed."
Squire.-'-."Yaw, Betsey's gone. I'd sooner
lost the best horse in my stable-she wtas
such a good old tifel to work."-Pick.
" JoULs, "was you ever' itt business ?
" In course I was !"
" What business ?"
" A sugar planter !"
" Wh~en was that, my colored friend ?"
" Der day I berried that old sweet heartt
f mine !"
Julius rather had him thar.
" RUFE, I don't b'leevo ole Sime's got
mny trufe in 'imn !*
" Et-ch-ch-t-Wy, de Laud, nigger, dat
iig's got more trufe in him, dan etty udder
tigger on dis 'ere plantashn!"
" Why, so 1"
" Kase he neb-- le's a out nni''
"I RiDrtBERt," says Lord Elden, " iNl
Justice Goulk trying a case at York an
when lie had proceeded for about two hour
he, observed, " here are only eleven Jury
men in. the box: where is the twelfth ?
" Please you, my lord," said one of clever
" he is gone away aliout some olher busitness
but'he has left his verdlet with me."
-"MoTrn, can't I go a'nd have my dr
guerreotype taken ?"
No, I guess it is'nt worth while."
Well, then you might let me have
t ooth pulled ; I nevr go linywhere."
M :Vor Sheriff.
F-.L IX E. I01VIE,
For Tax Collector.
A. it. ABLE.
TIl EOPI 11XS DEAN,
3l. 13. WilITTILiE,
JOHN W. 1311TII,
11. T. WRIGIHT,
R. 11. 11OFCNN IlT,
E11111U N 1) P 1EINN.
TIIOS. G. BACON.
S. S. T OM P K I N S,
ATTORN\EY AT LAW,
O CFFICR is REAR, OF TIlE COURT HOUSE.
Edgefiell, S. C., Feb 8. tf 4
ABNER PERRI N,
A GENT for tie Prosecution of Claims for 13un
tyI La.Indl. Revolutioniary and other Pensions
Oflie at Edgelield C. 11., S. C.
Feb 23 tf 6
Edgefield Male Academy,
I I IS Institution is opened fir ainother year undei
the control of Mr. J. GI1EUG LE1TNER.
our last year* 's Teher.
Thlte cxperienee of a twelvemontl lias fully satis
fled us that no tinore competent youlng gelntle'inain
e:mn he fo'und in file State than the one now at tI1e
Iea of our A eaileiv. The best proof of this le
jh, eneral *satisfnetiion iven by Iiiin last year,
backed by the iadditinail fact tbat his Sehiool. at tile
terinAintion oif its fir.t week for the second year,
numb..red -13 Pupils.
The Trustees desire to assure thc Public that
their united efiirts will be given to the cause of
their Sehiol.n nd a c ointiined ani complete supervi.
.sion will be exireisi liv ilien over' its proress.
Air. LEiTNEit will in a .4hort time procure a first
rate A ssistant. ind] any number short of tour score
enn then be well attemlied to.
The lhniblidg is in ciomtirtable condition, hiavina
three large fire-plne.es (olne in1 each. of the laruer
rilons.) and btilner well supplied with colventiclt
tables ini arm-eairs of the. ie.--t finisht.
Once mourc we oipeal to the peoplle of Edlgefield
and the adjinin Distr ts for their enciouralgem.ent
ot our earnest endeavors to establish a first rate
For the Claesieal Departm.ent, per annium,..$60
" " liher Eng. " "~ " . ..3:L0.t
Capitol boariding to be had in pleasant families.
A WIilURt SIalNINS, I -
GhE). A. A ItIISON, )
LEWVIS .lON ES,
R. T. AIL'3IS. J'
Jan 11 if . 52
R E~ M~ OV A L :
Boot and Shoe M~anufactory,
li1.\VING renmoved touthe Store
-. adjo ning Dr. A. G. TEAUR'
Dr.ug Store, as us~ual, I am lire.
paroed to niake to. iirder, Fine Dress, Double Soled
Water Proiif aiid 'umip
Boots and Shoes,
Of tihe very 1EST alATFRIALS, and an excel
lent lit alwars warrant ed.
A lsii. on hanid a large. variety of BOOTS andl
SI hOES of moy own mianufnetunre, which will be
dlisposed of on reasoniable terms.
Nov. 16 tf '44
$"N. fl -Wnanted, thiree apirent'ees to len'rni
he Shoe-mnakintg busine ss. Plea-e aply sioin.
ROOTS ANDI SHJOES
AT THE IRON FRONT STORE OPPOSITE THE
Masonic Hlall, Augusta, Ga.
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Carpet Bags, &c.
, lm n ow receiving their FAl I. STOCK of
1 IGents. L aIeLs, Alisses, Boys, Youths and
Chidren'~s SI IOES of the
Anil the bes t liat enn lie bought.
Onr Assertmeint contains EIERY ARTICLE
usually kept in the largest Boot and Shoe stores.
A ND II V SE .%ER VANTS' S110ES
All of whichi we will sell on te miost reasoinale
Augusta, Oct 12 t f 39
Pair Home umade Plantation
[ARNEtSS. SOlE AND) UPIPERl LEATHER.
OP ALL DEseltItrT10S.
'anners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil.
SlORIMA KERS' FINDINGS.
\t the Shoe Store, niext door to Sullivan & Brother.
Ri. T. MI11.\.
.Tuly 21 tf 27
Fresh and Pure Ml~edicines, &c
~' lI1E Subsciriber has just received a SELECTI
ST~OC K of
Family Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
--CONsisTING IN PA RT OF
lulphate of Quinine. IPure l'ill Aluss,
up. Carbonate iif Soda, Cali mel
lenr'y's Cal. Alngnes:a, Creamt of Tartar,
uinihate of )diorphine, liidide iof Potasseutm,
.umtp \lagtesin, St ryehinine,
hunm's Elixir of Opium, F'ahntestock's Vermifutge,
'lhompson's Eye Water, Mce.\li,.ter's Ointment,
leeseman's lHalsam, Evans' L anects.
Norwood's Veratruml Viridle.
\n td a full supply of moist all the popiular Patent
ledicitnes of the day, all of which are warranted
re fronm adlulteration.
- (G. L. PENN. AGEN'T.
Oet26 tf ' 41
RANAWAY fronm the Subscritier. living near
A ntioch, Ch utreb, seven nmih-s Wecst of Edge
clid C. I I.', on the 26tha Jnnunury last, his Negro
'oman SER ENA, sup~posal to be bietween 211 and
'5 yeats of atge, of gark e'otnpllexioin, and inclined
j he somiewhat coirpub~it, abiout. 5 feet 2 or 3 in-.
les high,-one of hter feet ha been diseased, and
he has lost the first joint of the little toe and the
ne next to it.
The above Rlewarol will be given to any one who
till deliver said womn to me at tmy residetnce. or
>dge hter in any .Jail within thte State, so that I can
et her. A. CRAWFORVD.
tlar 15 tf 9
Petit Gul Cotton Seed.
JTUST received a supply of New Genmuine~ PETIT
SGULF COTTON SEE). -for sale by
.. SlBl.EY & SON.
1Tnmuorg, Feb 20 if ti
Ir-r !nd..nd~ttt n.r... cop,. .1ti,tn.
Wolfe's Schiedam Snapps,
HiIE Undersizned has just received. in connee
. tion with othier Cli0oELIUis a ir.e
" Int of OFES ARAATIC SClE1DAM
SCI1NAPVS direet from IloUand. This medicine
' is highly reconimienidd fior imedieal purposes.and as
a b.everage to those who indulge if any thing in
the line of Pure I1Iand. has never been excelled
by any thing offiered in this country. It coies inl
quart bottles and cnn be had from the Subscriber
in any quantity.
Scotch WHISKEY pure. Choice COGNAC
BRANDY. I lllaid GIN, pure and choice, Iia
deian1 VINE, old aid fine, CIIAMPAIGNE
IWINES, choice brands. A splendid assoirtment of
West India Fruits, Raisins, Nuts, kc.
With a few Barrels New Crop Orleans Molasses,
and a few boxes superior Sperm Adamnntine Can
illes. The- witl a general nr-ortnient of FA M[
LY GROlCEIUES previously in Store, makes his
Stock very complete, all or any pirt of whieh will
be sold low. S. E. 130OWEflS.
llinburg, Jan 2 tf 51
ROPCE 1 RIOU3INsON & IT. B. JACKSON
have sssociated then. .ves together, for the
tratisneting of a
General Hardware Business,
Under the style of RonssoN & -JACKsoN, hminiburg,
where we will always keep ul extensive assortmelit
if EVELRY TilllNG in that line, together with
S.ides, Bridles, larness, Leather, Trunks Whiils,
I1amburg, April 27 tf 15
ROBINSON B JACKSON,
HAMBURG S. C.
lAVE now on hand a tnost complete Stock
of lIardwarc, amongst which may be
200 Ton EngUsh and Sweed Iron,
500 Kegs Nails,
20,000 Lbs. Castines,
51 Doz. Collins' Axes,
75 " Brades' Patent TToes and others,
5 " Superior Strnw Cutters,
20 " Spades and Shovels,
10 " TRakes,
Tilletson and others make of Vices and Anvills.
Trace, Halter. Log, Fifth and other style of Chains,
A complete Stick of Pocket and Table Cutlery,
- AT.I. S'rvLEs or
Plains, Saws. Chisc'ls, Serewi. Tlinges,
Knobs. Bellows, Bills, Guns,
Pistols, Shot Unlags,
Powder Flasks, Cotton and Wool Cards,
Well Wheels, Kettles, Stew Pans.
Frying Pans, Gridirons, Iltnamers.l latclets.
Tacks, Wafer. and Waffle [rons. Candle Sticks,
Steelyards, Marking Gunges. Spirit Levels,
A iditllns, Shovels and Tongs, Sere
I'lates, Colpasses, Thum
TTNmburg, April 27 tf 15
50 JIHTDS. SUG .\f, Also 50 Uarrels STEW
A 1TS do.
200 Unigs CPF EE,
25 H 1 0LAis. MOLASSES,
200 Coils ROPE, soie very superior.
110 Bales Guiny and Dunlee BAGGING,
30 Wh~ole , llIf and Cnarter Bis. N; 3. No 1.
and Mess M.lCKEREL, also Kjts,
iA nll We Wuld ALSO StUte," that we 1 ve a le
B~dselankets, NegroO Coths,
BesedChairs, 'aile~ts, Osnambures, stripes,
1h01n, Nacils. Oils, Wh'te Lead. Shot, Iir Lendl,
'Sult, Chleese, l'owder, Snn1 p, Ilice,
. lacon. &c., &c'.. &c.,
A tnd iln fact, every article usunlly founmd in a cGro
eery Storec. J. SIl. I.EY & SON.
lisurg, Nov 14, tf '44
For te rapti Cure of
COUGHS, 00OLDS, IQA RSENESS,
BRONCIIITIS, WI!IOOPINC-COiG Il,
CROUiP, ASThMAl., AND
FOR A COLD AIlD COUGH, takei it morning, nionn.
an.1 e'v.-ing. nlienrtling t. 4rieet is i~on t iii'. ntret ti.'
d iiliclty wit oll Ion h reniived. N ill it iling 'utter fr. i
1his trouth' wtic'n they' timt it ennl be soirei'ly icredt. Per
sosatltiretd wcith a siatied enuigh, wthii cbr-ct, tem it'
Fheii reit atri': niht wi id. by tak'.'igi, the all ElitY l'Em
Tcli'~iicc, ontgoig to be,. te liny bei.i tlure eflllLct cr it n
broken iiste.,nicneunl -rsigrs.Gearle
I-roml Iwo emliinenit Phvysic'ians in
.rrn:-W e haive givenl ynear (tierry Peietrcrut uni exlenivti
trial in inur pric'tii'e, nid tamit it iii surpcass every nit h.r rem.
udy wc' have ihr curtig utlections~ of tthe r. "piniery .'r:ins.
hits. t)tltEI & JIt PtTON.
AST]HMA is gienirnltly muhlt reltievedi, andt oflhn whotly
cucr'd lw ('nr.1:niy 's:e-ronar.. Enit ther' n- silimi enseis -n
olhitinate as to. yiethl enlirety ito nil mlicinei. Cherry 1Pee
torat will cure It hian, If they enn he cured.
BPONCHITIS, or Irritation of tii' thcront nit tipper par
11t'i fthe (ungs. mny1 Is' eiiri'i hby tak'ini ( 'hirry t'tcln
ini smiall andl i iienit dose's. The cimermifortable opfrrencion,
isce .n relever.
Itev. Uti. Lai.'o.,. nr rErnilyn'r. Niew Tertk. sttes:
"I lhav' seen the I heirry P'e'toril 1cr' such ienw's (of .hthmin
andt lircnctilis n5 tueids mec to tbeie'e it enll riirety tail to
cure tthose- dise'nse's.
FOR CROUP.-tivenn emniticof ent~l'ony tn he fatinwedc
by large andii frrunt unlses if th' (lherry reuctornt. until iti
,'ilbduiies thei disce'ase. If luaken ill seasonl, it witl not fail toi
WHOOPTNG COUGH may be brokenl up anid soin euredi;
byl i-i' if tCerry Peelnrul.
T F i INFLUENZA Is spieedlily remnvedI by this remnedy.
Ni iu isolinnee's haive been-t notie,-i whcere' whole-famlies;'i
nelighbiir., witiout the therry Peetoral, wecre suffei.rinag from
Tir. .T. C. Ar:i-T write to tntornn you1 of tthe trly re'
mnllrkablhe efec nf youir CI l .RY P't:'Inita .in thiu- pla'e,
iinic ill my1 own1 failyit. One ouf tmy daaittuleriiwa enmllptlt
Iy cured in three days iir ni dre'adifii Wh taingi!i ('clugh. tyo
taking it. Dr. ilnns. one of ou1r veryv bes't physirinns freelyi
1tate-s that tie ennsiuees it tie best remed'iy we Iie for put
monary dti~s'. ils, 11nd thaie hasci eure'd mno re cr-"s iof Coup
with it thl ull'n iotther mh'ediine he evecr zcdmlinciut -
F tur 'crgymunil of t~h anpislt(Chunrcht says that dulring' the
rn orf inftluenza teri- Ihis se'aiscin. tic has seen dun's from -
y'our nmedicine hec ecidi ccenreelyt' hiiave bievedi''i withouilt cee
Frnm the dtistinghuished~ Professor of thmciistry aiid Miateric
Midien,. itowdncini Coltege.
Pets "ton:-t ihav'i f'cundc the ('Jtrry Peetornl, ns its ingre
diengts .huow. ac piowerifu remiedh y fur enis, r eugs. nd riigic.su
Ilrunswsuick, t1:nine,. Feb. 5, 1853.t
])r. Yasu.ex-r; Moin-rr, the wuihety celebtratedI Profe.ssor of -
Surgery in thie 31edical CCcllege. Newu Yicrk City, says:
"c It gives me pten'iire to crttfy the v'alue nit efiency of
"AVERt'S Cl1-.ltR P'ECTOltAL," which I e'nnsider pr
cuilinrty ndtedct~ to cure dtiseasesc ouf the- 'IThr.nt lindi Lungs."
Cures~ if severe diseases uipon the Lulngscne beten effec'utedl
by C(herry Pertoral ini 51uch extrieee cas walurrant the b.
tief thait a ltEctEtY lAS AT LAScT BEEN FOUNil
thai ennl Ihe dependedili oin toi cure thne ('ionghs, C'otld andt Ion
,'umpijtiin wh uichi enrry from our midst thouisandcs everyn yenar.
It Ia indeed~l nL luedi'ci'e to wicht tie afllicted enna look with
einntidtence rcir relief, nit they stihuldi not full to avail thietm
selves icf it.
Prepared and solid by JAMES C. ATERI, Practi -1'
cal and Analytical Chemist. Lowell. Mass. J
Sold in Edgeficeld by G. L. PENN, and by Drug. I
gists andl Dealers in Medicine every where. tI
AtuWhoilesale by H-avI'I. s. RlIStsY & Co., An- C
guista. Ga., andI Charleston S. C. Itr
Fe b22 10___ ll 6
Just Jlcceived , 5
A 'lEAUTIFUL nassortment of FLO WERt a
.~V ASES, of differentt styles of Bohetmian andm
China Ware,-fanicy, gilt andl flowiereid. til
Also, tine Jewel Standls, Cologne Bottles, d
Card Trays, Fruit Baskets, Bird Glasses, &c. nrt
Also, a great variety of Gilt Chinnl Ornamnents at
ind Toys,--For sale low by J. A. U U RiLY. m11
A prIl 1, .tf 12 di
LL~ Persons antywise indebuted to the Estate of -
Jhohtn Wise, dee'd., are hereby reque(sted to
nake immediate settlement, atnd those htaving de
nandls nencintst said Estate wuill lease render in their
ecoutts forthwvith, proiperly attc'sted, necordinig to m
S ll)NhEY WISE, ( ,xo s
Oc.26I f.MLE. )xos
THE GREAT KENTUCKY
DR JOHN BULL'S
S15 medieine. when used according to directions, will
cnre, without fail: -
or King's Eil.
of the Skin. Eryalpelas,
Tumors, Chronic Sore Eyes,
Rlingworm or Tetters, Scald [lead,
Rheumatism. Pains in the Bones or
Joints, Old Sores and Ulcers, Swelling of
the Glands. Ss philis, Dyspopsia, Salt Itheum,
Diseases of the Kidneys. Diseases arising from the use
of Mercury, Loss or Appetite, Pain in the Side and
Shoulders. General IlAbility, Lumbago. Coughs. Colds,
Dropsy. .aundice. Costiveness, Bronchitis, Weakness of the
Chest, Sore Throat:' Pulmonary Affection, and all other
Diseases tenling to produce Consumption, Liver Com
p!aints, Female Trregularities and Complaints, Low
Spirits. Sick and Nervous Headache. Night Sweats,
Exposures, or Imprudence in Life, Chronic Con
sututional Diseases, and as a Spring and
Summer Drink. and General Tonic for the
System, and a Gentle and Pleasant
Purgntive, it is superior to Blue
Lick and Congress Water,
Salts. or Seidlitz
It is a remarkable fact, that among the lundreds of
eminent physicians who have examined the recipe by which
Bull's Sarsaparilla is prepared, not one has condemned
it. but all approved it. and commend it in the highest
terms. Many physicians express themselves strongly in
the belief that it is decidedly the best preparation of Sar
saparilla that has ever been placed before the public.
Although there are many physicians whc feel a reluctance
to having their names appended to the recommendation of
any particular remedy. notwithstanding they may approve
of it in the highest degree, there are others who frankly
yield their support in faror of a remedy which they know
is capable of doing so inuch good in an afflicted com
munity. As an evidence, rea. the following from old and
respectable physicians, of high standing in the community
in which they live:
B7 Testimony like the following rendars snperfions all
comments on the efficacy of BulI's Sarsaparilla. From Dr.
L. P. Yandell. Professor of Chemistry in the Louisville
Mierlical College: I have looked over the list of ingredients
composing .lohn Bull's Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
and have no hesitation in saying that they form a safe
compound, and one that promises well in chronic diseases,
to which it is applicable. L. P. YANDELL, M. D.
Ionisvill. .une 6, 1849.
Wihar, Dr. kPyles. physlcian by appointment to the Louis
ille Marine llospital, says of tullus Sarsaparilla :
LousMrU~, March 20, 1849.
I have examined the prescription for the preparation of
John litill's Sarsaparilla, and I believe the combination to
be an exellent one, and well calculated to produce an alter
ative impression on the system. I have used it both in
public ainal private practice, and think it the best article
of Sarsaparilla now In use.
if. PYLES, 31. D.
Resident Physician Louisville Marine Hospital.
LocooX, Kr,. April 25th, 1860.
Sra -Permit me to address to you a few lines, and do me
the honor to reply to a request that I will make in the
conclusion of this letter, &c.
I ant a graduate of Transylvania Medical University ;'
have practiced medicine in this wilderness country, about
five years, but owing to exposure to bitter cold weather, I
have been indisposed with Acute itheumatisna about six
months After having exhausted my skiit in the treatment
of any case, and deriving no benefit. I was induced to give
your FLUttD rtXTaACT or 5.eas~lPAatLLt a fair trial, and
accordittly purcased a bottle of your meilcine from your
agent, Mr. (leorgo P. Blrown, about two weeks ago, and I
must confess that one bottle has entirely cured me.
It is nmy opinion, that your preparation of Sarsaparilla
is decidedly superior to any other preparation now in use,
and I' wili take great pleasure in reconmmending it to the
aficted as being a remedial agent, and I will advise the
physicians to use it in their practice, &c.
Be'pectfully yours, I1. B. ALLEN, SI. D.
JLottsvmLr., Ju~ly 13th 1849.
I have examined the list of articles that compose John
Bull's Extract of Sarsaparilla, and I have no hestitation in
saying that it is a safe and vaiuabie compound. I would
prefer it to any article now in use, for the diseases arising
from an impure state of the blooti or taint of the system.
I confldently Oeotnne nd It to my friends as being a power
ful Extract, and one that I believe will cure alt classes of
diseases, for which it is recommended, if used according to
directions. I believe it to be a valuable succedancum to
M1ercury. -Nay, I have my doubts whether in the most
violent an.i protractedl cases of Syphilis, accompanied with
Nodes 'Trophae, in caris of the hones, whether it ought
not to succeed every other remedy.
S. It. 3IcCONACIIIE, 3M D.
IHonorary Menmber of the 31ludical Society, I'hiladelphla.
U7P Itear, what Dr. Stapp, a physician who stands at the
top of his professiona. says of John hulh's Barsaparilia:
I have been using Jiohn hiul's Sarsaparilia in a great
variety of clhronic diseases, with the nmost happy effects,
and I have no hestitarion in reentnmeading it to the public
for tihe cure of scrofula, syphilis, and all cutaneous and
giandular sliseas'es. Youtrs, ninst fervently,
L~ewisport, Ky., Ap~ril 0th, 18-19. W3M. STAPP, 31. D.
Rev. E. W. SEHON, -RBev. E. STEVENSON.
Coxs.cstrc:- - rTe following is a verbatim copy of a
certifieate nn~w itn the possession of the proprietor of Bull's
Sarsapasriil:,. 11ev. E. W Sehon is widely and generally
known as an, cinquent and accomplished pastor of the 31.
E. church, and 1tev. E. Stevenson has been known as one
of the must talented anti zealous members that the Ken
tucky Conferettce could boast of for many years, and at
thnis time is illlittg the high and responsible station of agent
for thte 31. E. hook Concern. Can te world produce better
or nmnre satisfac'tnry testimony in favor of any medicineI
lietter testimoeny then was ever offered in favor of any
wuedicine. 11er. E. W. Schon - 11ev. E. Stevenson:
Lousvm.m.r., M1ay 20th, 1849.
We have ustel JTol-n full's Sarsaparilla, andi have known
it to be used, with entire satisfactiomn:, aud we have no
bestitrion in statint rsur helief. that it is a safe and
valuunble mnedical ecnmpound, anti calculated to produce
ancht gol :ttt' re-lieve snuch suiferintg; atnd therefore
would cheerfually atnd most earnestly recommend it to the
afflicted. E. W. SEli0N.
(Signed) Ei. SThEESON.
We earnestly invite all persons who are suffering with
any of " the hIs that tiesh is heir to,"t to call on Dr. John
Bull's agent, pnd get a copy of Bull's Family Journal
oR.vts ; and for the eake of humanity, we hope that a
single individual will not be found unwiiiing to give Bull's
Sarsa parilia a Tatat., after reading, and recoilecting, at the
same timec. thtat it is impossilie for the Doctor to publis
the tenth part of the nunaber of certificates of astoundIng
cures performed by his Sarsaparlla. The amount of tes
timony voluntarily shsowered oo Dr. Bull's. Sarsparilla,
front well known and distinguished individuals, both in
public and private life, has been perfectly overwhelming.
fl7" Dr. John haul's P'ritncipal Office, west side Fifth
street first door below Main, Louzasms.z, Kr.
W1? Fon sale itn ibtis Villaige, on Agency, by G
&ept 28 ly 37
Freshil New Wheat Flour
AND YEAST POWDERS.
JUST fls'es'd 'iThirty llnrrels of' that Choice
F'lotu' frosn ihe Tumbiling Shtoels' Alills. Every
1irrel .5old enan hae reiiurtw'd i' Bitt app~rotved.
A1i3,. te (Gr'tss of1 'reston & Mleirell's' infallib!e
3AST PO)WDKiS. No excutse fotr bad br'end
tin. For sale by G'. L. PENN, Agent.
De . Iif 49 (
at th enrneote lanik Rind itlo i'laiin
treetnnrinarly ppoIsite il r. Wi'itt's r'esidence.
II e Sho.'s Illorsetj, miakes Pl~ws, fronis WVaigone,
winds Wnfale Ironus, La'ys Axes, and des v'aris'us
theri thitngsater the obd style. lie has acisptedl
tmty of thme mtodaern imsprov'emnents, in .fnet all of
aimt e'xcept thast of slightiingz his work.
A ndl hie lhumtbly asks a casll.
Jan h1 . tf 52 g
STATE OF SOUCAOLN,
John Ratinsfotrd, Adlm'or of )
G. J. Glover, dee'd., |
rn. ( Bill to act up
J1. D). Tibbheits, (Mortgage, call in
F. II. Wnardlaw, I Creditors, 4-c.
Jns. F. A damts and others J
N -Pursuntnee of the Order o n. Dargan in
ihis enlut', all and singulair the r'editors5 of the
'efendatnt .Johnt liill, Ias late Ordinary of the' Dis
let if Edlge.field--and also all and singular the
reitors of~ Cliares JT. Glover, late of-the said Dis
iet deeentsed.-ns well those. hiaving demnids t<
ntinst hitm upton his on account,' as those hinving hi
-mandthts nentinlst him tas one <j the sureties of the il
itd .lohn I lili, late Ordinnry' cs he said District- tI
e herebly requtired to be and nhpenr beforen' me in rt
y Ofliee at Esleeield Coni-t Iloumse, on Thtursenav' ii
e 25ths 1:ay of Mlay next, ihenm ands there to mak'ed
ie pmrof or iteir respective debts and demnnds :- gfr
d such of the said Creditors as fauil to come in
d prove their re'speelive debts, on the day above
intitoned, will he exelndsed fromi all benefit~ of thme cC
cree to be pronouedtlCs in this cnuse.
A. SE4I INS, C. E. E. D. _
Comm'rs. Officc. Manreh 18, 1854. l0t 10
LLI Ptrsons inde'hied to the Ette of Warren
1F. Winnt. dee'd., are etarnesthy solicited to dec
akb paymtent frthaw ithi, nndl thoste having denmands nn
ainset staid Esitate will pien'ase rendetr themta in itm pr
*slintiely. J EllE311All SlGLER. Ex'or.
PIANO-FORTES, BOOKS, MUSIC, &c.
TIlE Subscribers would called at
tention to their Splendid assortment of
PIANO FORT E,
Of 6, 61, 6 and 7 Octavos from the celebrated
Manufactories of BACON & RAvN, IlAZELToN &
1BROS. and A. 11. GAsE & Co., of New York.
Thesq.are made from the best and thorougbly sea
soned materials. with all the latest improvements,
nn'd are .vARRIANTED to stand the various
changes of this elimate-and for equalty and sweet
ness of tone c:inAnt be surpassed.
Their BOOK and STATIONERY department,
coisists 'f a goiod asso, tment of
School and Miscellaneous Books,
And all the Cheap literature, as soon as published,
as well as a large and well selected Stock of Sta
Their Stock of PRINTED MUSIC is the largest
in the State. consisting of all the polpnlar Songs,
Waltzes, Marches, Variations, &c.
01 New Music received every week.
They also keep an elegant assiortment of the fol
fibwing instruments in hand viz:
Violins, Guitars, Violincellos, Clari
nets, Cornopeons, Sa'xr Horns,
TENOR HORNS, FLUTINAS, FLAGEOLETS, BANJOS
Also, an assortment of Musical Mereliandize,
L7 An assortment of superior Violin and Guitar
STRINGS. always tin hand.
All the above articles nill he sold for Cs-h or
good laper, by GE0. A. OATES & BiROS.
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Nov 9, tf 42
COLUMBIA, Mar 25, 1P54.
W I EREAS information has reahed this de
paritent that on the night of the 4th of
.larch. 1854, a murder was committed in Orange
burg District, upon the body of a slave named Char
ity, by Robert C. Rottenlerry, the owner of said
slave, and whereas the said Rebert C. Rottenberry
is a refugee from justice:
Now. to the intent that said ROBERR C. ROT
TEN 13 ERRY may be apprehenled and brought to
trial and condign punishment, I hereby idler a re
ward of Two lundred and Fifty Dallars for his de
livery into any of the jails of this State.
Said lRottenberry is 4S or 50 years of ago, about
5 feet 10 inches in heig-ht, blind in the left eye, light
brown hair, ine!ining to curl, small moauth, soine
what awry or contractedi, person stout, round
shouldered and bow legged, defective teeth, server
al being out. and has a rocking walk.
Given tinder my hand an.1 the seal of the State,
at Columbia, this 25th of March, A. 1). 1554.
.JOHIN L. MANNING.
Bass. F. Petay, Secretary of State.
April5, . 3t 12
COLU3I.\, arch 28th, 1854.
T ITERE.\S intformnation, has rentehed this De
V patrtmnt thast about the this teenth of 11nrebu,
I1854, Sairath .\lieton, of l;irnwell Distriet, esnme
to hetr death hy injuries inflicted upon her by Alites
.. .hnokson. her repute di father. stnd whernas the
sid Mliles .\. .lacksan luns fled fromt justice:
Now, to the end that the said .\l ILES 5. .J ACK
SON mayt be brongbur to trisi nml condimzn puuish
tment, I hereby olr si raevard of Two'iI tiund red snnd
Fifty Dr.llarq for his appirehtension andl delivery into
:my~ of the jatihs of this State.
Said .lnekson is 45 or 50 yearrs of aige, stout andl
square built, about 5 feet lit inchtes high, sallow
comnplexiont, blaek greyishi hair, incelinied to eurI, anid
lhss dark eves.
Given tunder my huand and the snt of the Statte,
at Columnbia, thtis 28th Masreb, A . I).. 1854.
.IOIIN I.. MlANNING.
flrN.. Pennty, Seeretairy of State.
A pr'l 5, 3t 12
SrrTLrrED ON FoX CnKEKc ONE' .4ND A ntLF MH.Es
-Wes-r or CnuEnoKEE I'oNs.
rpTIE Subscriber wonlad respiectfully announce to
.his friendas sand the puhhe geneirslly, thast lie
eantinues to carry otn the atbove busitness undear the
sinost favaorabke auuspie--s. laeing sititnted neair three
Sawi-3Mills where the diui rettt kinds of mtateriail ennt
be hi~ad at the lowe..t prian haiving sufiveienat
wter-powet* to pmopel his .\lnechiniery, it will be
aen t(hnt lie 1)0ES possess nmateriail sadvatntages
aver all comtpetitors, whicb ennblaes him to olTer the
rillointg sartieh-~s sit friatm Fl FTE EN to T WENTY
Per Centt LOWER titan the Augustai pr'ees, viz:
Hotel, Family & Children's Bedsteads,
PANEL DOORS, WIN'DOW BLINDS, SASH, &C,
Will Repair all I in lb if Furniture at the residence
>f atny onte who ttay tbvor hitt with s call, on the
ntost resonable terms.
GEOPlGE B. LANTIAM.
Mlar 29 cowt f I 1
30S E PH WH I LD EN,
ho. 601 East-Bay. opposite Z'. & N. Bank
Ciua a uLsroY. S. C.
[I E keeps eonstntly ihr satle a gen.-rsni nsort
tmenlt of PA INTS ial 0ILS of sill kinds,
Windouw Glsass annd Sashes,
Spis. Turpentine. Csamphiene. Spirit Gas,
Tuillow, G3 rindlstonues. Caardsuge.i
'itton Foot Gin Fixtures, and Brushies of vaiouIts I
Charleston, Nov. 1 (um 42
COLU3tittA. S. C.. s
STEAM ENGINE BUILDER
And Boile'r Maker.
,LL kinds of Flour, Grist and Saw Mlill Gear-A
. ing atid saftitng mtsae and wvarratited to per-a
rm equail to any in the State.
D)r. It. T. AMss, at Edgefield C. 11., is authorised u
ent to mntke contracts.
Nov. 2. 1853. ly 42
STATE OF SOUTIH CAROLINA.
Amon Lindsey and Petition for the appli
Stewart Hairrison, enition of funds to the
vs. satisfntion of Plstin
Win. H. Harrison. )tiffs' Judgtnent.
3N hecarinig the petition r f Complainantsa, A.
J Lindsey and Stewatrt [Inrrisoni, as aniended,
ith leatve, snnd on sattisfntetory evidencee shewn R
mae, thiat thme Defendaint Willinim Ii. Hatrrisaon, T
s tatken up his permsanent residence beyontd
e limits of this State, and the jutrisdiction of
is Conurt, on motion of air. Abntey, Solicitor
r Petitioners, It is ordered, that the saild Wmt.1
.-arrisont do appeair, atnd plenud, answer or
mttr to the stid Petition within three months
> the publientioni hereof, and thsat on his 3
lure so to do, ai Decree aind Judgment, pro
nfesso be rendered against him.
A. SIaMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Feb 24 3m 7
LL Persons intdebtedl to the Estate of M1. E. jE
lalingswornth, dee'dI.. up to the time of his
ith, sire requested to nmke itnaediate paymtent, A
I those hiavig demands neninst said Estate will 1
sent them properly attested. ca
D). F. IIOLLINGSWORlTI, Adni'or.
u..,. 29 ,r 1,
IMPORTERS OF -
French, English.and German -
( . @ ID
209 aud 211 King-street, corner of Market-Street
Charleston, S. C.
C ARPETINGS.-Ingrain, 3 Pys, Brussels, Ta
pestry and Velvets.
CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin and
Curtain Cambrics and Munslinp, in large variety,
Enbroidered Lace and 1%luslin Curtuits', all styles,
Gilt Cornices, in all the new designs,
Curtain Gimps, Ilolders, Loops, Tassels, &e.
Drapery Cords and Bell Ropes, in all varieties,
British and A nterienn.Floor Oil Cloths,
Silver and Gilt Stair Rods and Stair Carpetings,
or 'all styles.
Wilton, Velvet, and Axminster Rugs, in large va'
PL ANTATION WOOLENS-Blankes,Plains,
Kerseys, Caps. &e.
Redl nad White Flannels, Shirtings, &e.
Cotton Osnaburga, of all the best Southern ama
Engl;sh and A merican COTTON FLANNELS,
French, EnglIt I and Anmerican Prints,
LIN ENS. .f tichards..n's superier mnke, for.
Sheetings, Shirtings. Pillow Cases, Table iamasks,
Doylies. Napkins, Towelings, Uuckabuks, Fruit
Cloths. B. E. 1Jiapers, Grass Cloths, &c.
Cloths, Cassineres and Vestings, of best French
Servants' Cloths, in all the shailes of EngIsa
Satincts, Tweeds, Jeans and Lindseys, of all
qualities and styles. With a full assortm'ent of
Rich Dress Good'.
In SILKS., TISSUES, BAREGES, GREN
DIN NS, XI USLINS, &c.
lonbazines, Alpaeas and Mourning Goods, in
Evening Dress Goods, in great variety, constantly
All the above are of our own Direct Im
portation, and ofered at the L 0 W E z T'
MlA RKET 1RICFS.
Terma---CASlIT. or City Acceptance.
W"Tlhe ONE 'PRICE SYSTEM strickly ad.
hered to. All Goods warranted.
BLOWNING & LEMAN.
Charleston, Jan 30 tr 3
CLOTMN G EMPORIUE.
V M. 0. PRICE & CO.,TALoRs-FOR
TIIE S1iRUNG TRADE-Are constantly
nianufneturing and AT ALL TIMES well supplied with
the newest styles of
Clothing of all descriptions,
COATS, PANTA LOONS, VESTS, SHIRTS,
Uude6rhIrts- anud Drawers,
CRAVATS, SCARFS, GLOVES, BELTS AND BRACES,
HOSIERY OF ALL KINDS,
Trunks, Travelling Bags, ke., &c.
TOILET FURNIS ING-Faney Soaps, Ex
trnets. Cloth anl flair Brushes, Coemhs, Rogers'
Knives, Shears, Purses and Port Monies, Canes,
Umtbrellas, I lats, Caps, and every article of Gen
tleniens' dress and personal furniture.
TO TIlE TRADE-Weare well supplied with
CLOThiS. CASSaIERES' VESTINGS AND
TRI.ININGS. Cloths by the piece, pattern or
yard, which we will sell as low as can be bought in
New York City.
WM. 0. PRICE,
W. T. INGRA 1 A M.
No. 258 Broad-street, A ugusta Ga.
March 30 tf -10
Georgia Marble Works.
.l. G. R ANK1N. W. M. JIURLOCK, G. I. SUMMEY
tSucessons to A. A Tus.s. & Co.
TJ' his Eeitabllsnmnesht has be'en in success
I fuleoperaioen for a number of years. The
Quarries are well ..pened. and the Mlarble is superi
or tor any in thee Uneited States..
We haeve so perfected our fneilities for getting out
and linishing work thast we cnn furnish
Dlounuments, Tombs, Head Stones,*
A n.l every theing in 'cur line of business, in hetter
style, and at cheaper rates thtan any yard in the
W henc it is consi1ered that we saw our own mar
bile, pry no jobelear's protit, andc no high freight from
the North, it n ill I e seen that we possegs material
nadvanta.:e over tall (icmpetitolrs.
We. cocrdally salicit our friends and the public to
exaine our work and compare our prices with
those of oh.r yards, lhr fore ordering Northern
alarblh.. We have on ha~nd at our yard in Mari
ett,, a large nass.rtmtent of FINISJilEI) WORK
M1oinments. Talets. Tombls, &c.-whcere our agent,
\Mr. G. W. Summers, will sell at our prices. Our
principal work is done at the Miills. Address
..1. (1. R ANKIN & CO.
Slarb~le Works P. 0., Ga.
Jnan 11 13y 1
ROGER'S LIVERWORT & TAR,
FOR THE COMPLETE CURE OF COUGHS, COLDS,
INFLUENZA, ASTHMA,BRONOHITIS, SPIT
TING OF BLOOD, AND ALL OTHER
LUNG COMPLAINTS TEND
IEG TO CONSUMP.
T IIIS preparation is getting into utse all over onr
Cuntry. Thle numerous letters we receive from
sutr va.rious agents, informing us, of curess effected ine
hceir imedeiate neig~horbcecds, warrant us in saying
is once of the best, if not the very best Coughe Medi
-inenow before the putbic. It samos't invariably re.
itz'es and ncot unfrequently cusres the yery ,rerat cases.
When all other Cotngh prepacrations have failed, this
tas relieved the patient, as Druggist, dealer. in Medi
:ines, and Phtysicians can testify. Ask the Agent In
ronr nearest teown. what has been his experience of
he eife'cts of dhis medicine. If he hcas been selling It
or any tengele of time he will tell you
IT IS THlE BEST MEICINE'EXTANT.
B~elowv we give a few extracts from letters we have
Tr'eivedt late-ty regarding the virtes of tthis mediceme.
Dr. S. S. Oslin. of Knoxcville. Ga., says:-I have
eena usineg u~nr Licerwcort andI Tar very e.rienaselyva
ncy practie&fr three years past, and, it is weith pleasure
state sa lif in I Ts stiPEtaioRITrY OV E R ALL, ortn E
ittR TccArs ,tih ,which I am acqusainted, ,for which it is
Mess'rs. Fitzerea~ldl& Renners, writing from Wayne.
rittle. N. C. says :-"- The Liverwcort and Tar is
'aming' daslys smore popular in this C'ountry, Ano WE
-nftxJ JtesTts.v so. All ,rho heave tried it speak ini
osmmacendshhl trms of it, and say it is rery benefcial
e alleriusting the complaints for which it is recost
Onr Agent inc Pickeens District, S. C. Mr. S. Ri.- * .
'ail, assures tus " uliat he uses it weith great benejft 'm
is owin family, andl recommends it to his neighbors.
Ite gives act instance of a Negro woman,in his vicini
r', whon had beetn suiferitng with disease of the Lungs
,r years, attendled witht a severe cough, who was re
eyed by the Liverweort and Tar.
StnehI are the gonet reports we hear of this Medicine
em all parts of the Seouth. For a report of the sur
risineg cures it hcas perfeormedl in the Western and
aorthcern and Eastern, States, we would invite- the
affering patient to rend the pamphlet which accom,~
cinies each bettle. Ter atl, wea say, have hope, have.
TRY THE MEDICINE!!
BE WARNED IN SEASON!!!
nd neglect not that cotngh whcich is daily weakening
stir constitution. irritattng yotur throat and lungs,. -
id inviting on that dread disease, Consumption,.
hen so soothing and Healing a remedy can be ob
ined as Dr. Rtogers' Syrcup of J~iverwo~rt and Tar.
EWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND BASE I~S!.
The genutine article is signed A Nnazw Roovas, otb
e engraved wrapper aroiund each bottle.
Price, $1 per bottle, or six bottles for 8S. Sold
koleisahe acnd retail by SCOVAL & MEAD,
111 Chartres St. bet. Conti and St. Lones, N. 0.
SOL.E AGENTs FOR THE SOUTNERN STATEs, to,
tom all ordlers and applications fur Agencies must.
W~old by G. L PENN, Edlgefield C. H.; WARDLAW
IENDY, Abbieville C. HLt PRATT & JONES, Newber,.
C. Ht.t A. J. CR EIGIHTON, Htamburg: t HAYILANDh
SLEY & CO., Anegustai, Gee., andt by one Agent in ev-err
era in tthe South.
March 29, 4m 11
For the Planters !
- AA[1C Lbs. PeruvI u Guano,
9 ,tJUUU 100) bbls. Kettle l's GUANO
and SA LTS,
B~bls. Kettlewell's CITEMICA L SA LTS,
"~ Pure groutid PLA STER.
The above celebrated Mianures for salc by
.J. SIBLEY & SON.
hamburg, Nov 1 4. tf 44
EF The Laurenaville Herald, Independent Press
d Andersomn Gazette will copy the above foue
tes. and forward biils to J. S. & SON.
The laine Lawv Advocate."l
FEW of those invaluable works, just received. *
in the shape of convenicect Pocket Flasks, to
-ry " somnetAing strong" in, useful, to travelers.
For sale by .l. A. GURLEY.
A nus March 22t- lo