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Frin tie (N. Y.) Pick.
Thcre's nothing in this curious world,
So viewed by everybody,
That hath sueh sceming virtues as
A good stronlg brandy tuddy.
When wint-r, with its snowy flakes,
And chilly blasts blow through you,
To keep yourself fiom eatching cold,
A todIy stronZ rnust do you.
Anl then when sumners s.urching rays,
Does almosit melt a body,
Tlere's nothing that will keep you cool,
Like a goo.1 brandy toddy.
When fortune s:mils upon a m:a,
1LIale happy as you will,
A brandy toddy he must take,
To make hin htappier still.
An,] if a man m:sfrtune meet!,
Wifli sorrow almost double,
IIe'to a toddy must indulge,
To drive away his trouble.
If re'atives from limme depart,
Or friends return to frientis,
A braiiv tdly all must drink,
For absence all anends.
A lusbandl fi-ads that in his wife,
IIe's on!y eauaht a Tart ir,
A todily makes him stand the fire,
And cures his wounded heart, Sir.
A lover pops the iuestion to his larly fair,
And flatly is rejected,
Will pour a brandy toddy down,
And swear be's not al.:eted.
A Maine Law (ntat who wi'ill take siek,
As oft a; anyboly,
Can find no tnedicine to cure
Like a good brantly toddy.
And thus we find for law er love,
In faet. what'cr you may,
A brandy tod'ly surely is,
The pan cea of Ih day.
MISS TODD, LT. D.,
OR, DISEASE OF TIE HEART.
TLuE days of my clerkship were ended; my
examiation wa-sover ; I was admitted ; wrote
myself " Nehemiah Ilobbs, Attorney," rut
up my new bright liul sign, and itn tm
native village began my prolessional career.
No, I did int, either; I amn mistaken ; I in
tended to pursue the honorable practice of
the noble professiotn to which I had dedicat.
ed my talents and leating, itt the p'ace of
my birth, but never was truer word penned
than the time-honored proverb, " A protphet
has no honor in his own country." I believe
if I had i'vmaitned itt the village of Green
Bi iar till nv head was white, they would
have thoughit of me as nothing but a boy,
and would have e:ired to trust me. Evea
after ny sign wvas put up, nobo>dy called me
Mr. Hubbs ; I was still 41 Nc," with old and
young~v, anad" Nc" I would have been to this
day, had I remained in G reen Briar.
Only one case e!aimed my attention -
ring tie three nmiths of tmy patient contin
uatce itt Green Briar, after beittg admitted
t., tiw br !nd that was tle caso of att un
justly in p:tuaded pig " felonions!y abstracted.
yoim . 0o. , irom the small but secure spot
which tV clietit had trusting-ly deposited him
in, and maiceitlltu4y drivent to tile public
entclesar e called a pountd, for the vile purpose.
doubtless, of ce tlllitng my client, in his
pover ty andt~ destituttt, to paty the etnormous
fee wvhich hitas beent demanded of hitm, int
order to extricate the atnimaal from his uat
pleastint positiona, :and restore hinm to the bo.
somt of his famnil v!
By this I meanit the client's famuily, the pig
having tnonte of his owtt; it wats a ligu re ol
speech ttndoutedlyv, the familv not inhabiting
to [ri-It cabia, bunt still it rotunded nff thte
peiijod. ted sounded well to me, as I repeat
ed over:md tag t~ain my t mvaidetr speecht, pacitlg
tp and1 downt the floor of my litule ollice.
Int this, ny inst case, I wa successfttl sIo
far its to rescue the impiountde.d atuimal attd
save tty client fromi the pa~ymenc~t of ant uan
just dem. nd.; bunt it hrottght nao silver to my
p~ocket, teither, tot my smtprise, did it sem
to birintg honr t' my ttatte. The eloqutence
of my speech did not form the thecme, as I
fontdly hoped it wonbl, of paragraphts in the
vilbage. pap ers, otr of discossiont at thte corners
of' the streets, nteithier aid it brittg to mty
otlice te rush of el lnts, for whdih eachl dayv
I vaitnly made r'emly. It was platin that
I should never rise to distinction int trett
Briat', and so I camte tor the suddetn determia
tiott to retmove fr-om that pleasatnt spot, atnd
settle itt some great city w~here ntIoody knaew'
or had ever hteard of mec; where, above all,
there wats tnt a soul to catll tme " Nc."
There I was motre suecc'ssful, atnd soon
hatd the opptortttnrity of' forming a very ad
vattgeous patrtnuership ; business itncreased;
tmotney beg: to cotme itt. slow at first, but
alter a lime mtore ptletntifully ; antd tJI thitngs
seemed prospteron s itt mty outwatd circum-*
stances. But alas! as we are so often told
poetically, there is tto sweet witout its
bitter, no rose withlout its thorn ; and trouble
came to me itt the shap~e of' disease, insidious
and slow in its approaches at first, long
featred attd suspected, but at lentgth betray
ing itself so plaintly, that I could blinad my.
sell' no lontger to the truth.
- Yes ! I was withtoutt doubt a victim of'
disease of thte hteart, not ateltahorically,
dear reader, for' never' had thtat or-gan beat
with a gntieker pulsation at thte approatuicht 01
mortal women; so far as the getler sex was
concerned, I was a pterf'ect stoie ; but thtat
thi re was an organic disease abottt my heart,
I cottld tnot doubt, atnd if ever te symptoms
disclosed thtemstelves uatnmistakeably, they
did so in my ease. There was flutteting,
ralpitation, irregular action, andc at length
pain; I could tnt work ; life had lost its zest;
the fear of sudden death was ever with me;
I could enjoy nothing. If I had atnythtintg
to leave, or antybody to leave it to, I would
have made my will, for I was qjuite sure
now that I should either drop, some (lay,
lifeless in the street, or thtat the morning
would soon come, whlen thte power to tise
from my bed would htave left tme.
I remaitned at mry boarding htouse, and
found no comfort itt aatythittg but my cigatr,
attd my dread disease grew worse atnd worse.
As yet I htad consultedl no phtysician, partly,
I think, frotm the( apprehension of htaving my
fears confirmed; but as I sat by any wintdow
one day, smoking as vigorotusly as ever,
guazing abstractedly across the street, amy
attention was arrested by a modest little sign
upott an opposite blind " C. L. Todd, 31.
D." Whaie thinking whether or not it would
be best to make trial of a physician's skill,
a sudden twinge attd flutter decided mne; yes
I would sentd for Dr Todd, and knowv tha
worst at once!
Summoning the only male servant belong.
ing to the establishment, I told him to step
and ask Dr TIodd to cotme and S:e mel asso(on
*The boy grinned.
"What are you laughing at ?" I asked,
isnot Dr. Todld a good physician ?"
~- Ob. yes, sir," he answered," I believe
she is a very good physician, but she hant
never tended nobody here."
"She!" said I to myself," the boy surely
has Welsh blood in his veins, they always
The bov soon returned, saying," the Doe
tor wasn't at home, sir, but I left your name
on the slate."
In the course of the afternoon, as I lay
upon the sofa, with my hand pressed upon
My head, to still its irregular pulsations there
"as a soft tap at my door. " Come in," I
called out, and to my surprise in came the
neatest, brightest, and most cheerful looking
little woLan, it had ever been my lot to
"You sent for me, I believe, sir?" she
said in a quick, brisk, pleasant way.
"I? No, madam: you are laboring under
Ah! I beg pardon," said the little woman
"I found on my slate tie name of Mr.
Hubbs, number fourteen, Mrs. Gray's board
ing house, with a request that I would call
and see him."
" Your slate, madam," I exclaimed, my
astonishment increasing every momeut,
"you surely are not a--"
" Physician! yes, sir," she interrupted
quickly, " I'm a physician, Dr. Todd."
" Extraordinary!" was all I could say,
for though I had heard at a distance of the
existence of such beings, this was my first
introduction to a female practitioner of the
Esculapian art. It was rather awkward,
but since she had come, I deteruinred to
make the best of it, and acquaint the lady
doctor with my case.
She felt my pulse, and asked numerous
questions as to my symptoms, and then in
her quick bright way, exclaimed
"Nervous! nervous! that's all, depend
upon it! Excuse me, sir, but by the air of
your room, I presume you are much given
I pleaded gilty.
"And how many cigars do you usually
s:nokc a day ?"
"I could not tell ; I never counted ; as
soon as I threw on away, I took another,
I" ui! Cigar in your mouth pretty much
all the time, elh! Chew, too ?"
Again a reluctant confession was wrung
I presume you sit up late, smoking all
the time ?"
Yes, ma'Am, smoking and reading."
"That's it ! No disease of the heart at
all, sir; nothing but tohacco; d-pend up1o:1
it; nothing but tobacco; it'll make you fancy
anything; it'll drive vou crazy it you don't
take care. Now, will ou promise to follw
my advice closely, or not? If not, I will
take my leave inmuediately."
I promised, submissive as a lamb.
" In the first place, then, throw away all
your cig is and tobacco, and promise to
buV no more."
With a sigh giv. n to my sole consolations,
I said I would do as she directed.
Many more directions she gave me as to
diet, exercite, early hours, &c. Perhaps slit
saw, too, that cheerful coinpanrionsilip was
one thiig I n, eded, arid so she remained a
while, talking with great glee and spiit
about matters and things inl general, and
promising to call and see me the iie. morn
. g, she left.
I had not felt so well in a great while
indeed, I h.:d not given my heart a thoiuglt
since the little woman entered the room.
The next morning I found my self watch
ing imzpatiently for the arrival of my little
doctor. She camne, bright aind cheerful as
the da~y before. What a perfect little sun
beam she was! I could not help growinig
better unrder her care, and the intluence of
her cheering presence, and yet I managed
to contrive sonme ache or pain every day, as
an excuse for the conrtinna~nce of hoer visits.
A t length I found that tmy? heart, which
had lring beenr quiet anrd ap'parenrtly free
from disease, biega-i to flutter anid palplitate
again, but I observed it was onily wihen I
heard the little woman's tap at myi) dofor, or
felt her soft fingers on my wrist. lIn short,
as she had driven the disease out of my
heart, that little womian herself had walked
into it. I could no longer blind myselfI to
te fact; and when she one day told me
th;t I was now off' the sick list, and out of
her hands, I determined that she should not1
so easily get out of mine.
So I told her that as she had given ense
to niy heart ini ore respect, she must inot
leave till she had done so in anouthier, or I
should be worse off than I wias before. Th'le
little woman loked perplexedl.
'Then I stated my case, anid explained my
symptomis the second time, showing her the
distressed state of my heart, anid she alone
could cure it. Thme former disease she had
removed by an occasional visit, the latter
could only lie cured by her promising to
cmro and take up her abode with me, as
residfln' phiysician. She underst ood mew now
and by the wvay she pressed her hrand otn
her own little fluttering heart, you would
have thought the disease was contagious;
and 1 verily think it was. So now we are.
determin'ed to cur'e each other, anid to-day we
are boilh to apply to a clergyman, who is to
form between us a life partnership, as lawyer
U ut one thing troubles me, of which I had
not thiought till now ; that it is necessary ,o
have our cards enigraved. Married people
are usually " Mr. and Mrs. So-and-so," or
" Mr. Such an one and lady," but will any
one ple~ase to be so kind as to tell mue ho~w I
and my little wife are to be designated.
ill it he " Mr. and Dr. Hubbs," or" Mr.
and Mrs. hlubbs, M. D.," or as the ladies are
going ahead so fast in these days of Worman's
Rights, will I sink into still lesser inisignifi
cance, and shall we be 4' Dr. T1odd and
getleeman," or must I drop the name of
t.Iubbs altogether, arid become a '[odd too ?
Someiicody please to tell me how to have
those cards engraved !
NO-r long since an eminent commercial
lawyer related the ensuing anecdote as an
illustration of the " composition" which
Isometimes entered into the selection of a
"Ibhad a very important case," said he
"involvirg some eighty or a hundred thou.
sand doilars. It wvas a protracted case, ow
in to the complicated interests involved in
it, and altogether a very tedious trial.
When it wa finally given to the jrury, the
'judge remarked to them, as they were about
leaving the court-roomn for private conisulta
tion, that if, durinrg the progress of the case
any terms of law had been used or any rules
stated, that they did not fully understand,
the co-urt was prepared beforehand to make
all needful explanations.
"Upon this, one of the jurors, a man with
a high, bald head, and a calm blue eye upon
whose sense of justice I had greatly relied
(for lhe had paid the strictest attention to
the entire proceedings), arose antd said:
" I believe I understand all the rules that
have been laid dtown, biut there are two
terms of law that have been a good deal
used during the trial, that I should like to
knowv the mieaning of."
"v.,.y mveln sir," responded tho jude.
"what terms of law dio you a:llote to ?
c Well," said our model juror, the word;
I mean, are the words plainifl and defen
Was'nt there a chance for a man to " com
by his owi" inl a law-slit ahere such a juro
was the principal member.ol the " augus
What an abused class of human naturi
old maids are. Such is the scandal Cast 01
them, that many yongn ladies, it is thought
"jump out of' the frying pan into tile fire,
rather than run the risk of being old maids
Many a joke is cracked at the expense o
this respectable and useful portion of th
great s'sterliood, and brainless coxcomb!
make them the butt of their ridicule, an(
the object of their poisoned shafts. Bu
there are some sensible persons in the world
who " know a thing or two," and are dispo
sed to give all their dues. Here is a cotem
porary of this class, who holds the followin,
" An old maid is a universal aunt. Sil
has friends everywhere. Children love her
and kittens come and lie in the fire shrin
at her fleet, and purr. There are pleasan
houses where her presence is welcome, an<
by and by some poor soul she has comiforte<
will put a flower on her grave.'
There is a chara'cter that might be envied
How much better it is to make the childre,
and cats happy, than to raise such a storn
amonlg them as some wives and mothers do
And who would not relish a cntditioln tha
will put a flower on her giave!" Wi
know some old maids who are (-,ech worth
score of those who turn up their noses, ant
sneer at %%hat they ironically e a!1 " singh
blessAdness." And we advise the ladie.
not to be inl such a hurry to ,et imirried, al
to make a bad iarai. They had better
by fiar, he happy old iatids, th:n wretheLm
wiver. Marry when a good clace come;
for numkin'g a proit:able change. 1!it not til
then. You had better b" Called b'y the. hon
orablC title of ' ana1:t Celia," " :unt letty',
or " a1nt llaanh," th:i to wish you wen
old milaids, when it is too hate. So, if' v
have succeeded in ealmig the fears of an.i
of those ladies who have lo1' sig1ne-d " wh
donl't he come ?" and who a'e now aboni
turtnig " the second corner," we shall not b<
sorry that we have " s iitl so much."
I don't kiow of' anythig in the .worlt
that imakes a body feel so good as to tent te
blesSintgs. Good temttper, good hick, a goot
wife, rosy children, are well-springs of pleas
ure, anld they'll mnake almost ally nna wvan
to live fong hut scatterinig kinldnless anti
icies with a gllerous hand- ! it's ti
tnost splendid thitg ever heard -A* to maki
a man completely ciofrtable-to give bit
songs in the niigit, antd an ocean t deligh
it there's anybody living who thiuks hi:
niateli for miisery Cin't be 1Ldti, I wish he't
Come right here it ei, and 'i put Iii:n) o2
the right track for colnfort. This Vhin:inT
t.t being Uibappy, how i. makes a tinat
feel and what 1 name it is to iimutu. A ver
ut.appy man told me he was miserable
that nuovody cared for hin. I told him h<
didn't care for anm boAy, and that made'hit
tuiit able. lie didn't like it ainneh that
wouldn't let the horse -tepi behind the car
just as he put hini, but wasn't I righut i
don't know a great deal, and I never e'xpic
to, but ttny restless, wn.rn ey ha
last discovered the lurking place of plfeasure
I know the secret of' h:ippjinuess, yes I do
Satter blessings, r'un with your bucket, at
help fidl the oceant of happ'liness.
Donu't be frighttened beLcauiSe you are no
quite as big as everybody elae-beeans'
you are not quite as showy as G~oliat h o
G ath. Runi straight atlonmg with your bucket
and pour' it in to the oceanl of humani211 happi
ness. Don't treinble~ on the r'oad f'or' fea
you'l m1n(et solin tutigit utit, wholl aust
you about"' those few biheepj y'u1 left in ti
wilderntess." Go ahad with the bucket
get through your bju~riness, and you'll g
nme with a igiht heart, anid your face woti
look like "' Odi1tt itudrent," as it tid before
You won't hav'e to say tihtt yout live in
bright little world of de'lighut, but that you
face is so elongated by your disconf'o-ts thai
no yan'.'t ie'k c'an tne.iaure it.
O' seat ter bles:,ing.-it's hooly, it's sublii
to do it. Seattet blessing'.,, and comolt~~itin;
an tgels wtill lbe your gutard-you will not be
ini trouble like other Itnen, and a joy '' tha
passetn unideratanidintg will fill your heart.''
A Derenolux1~'s OsioN ori A ltaix'
Nwwrni.-\'ell, iasht idat~y tight v'aah d<
vers ash nev'er vaath. I touight to go down t
lll to inine house, but ito sooner I (lid i'alki
deni dei faitr I stanuds stitl, for' de tarktues
vass so) tick dat I could not :,tair it int muii
boots ; and de raint, dunider' and.( blixumo,i
more deni tree t tiles, muinte skin vas ve
troo to muinte cli's. iBut alter von~t leethe v'il
it stopped gntittintg to raini, somuetinug; so
kept feeling or' mineself all de vayt) alonig
and~ venl I comec to minoe htouse to v'alk i
"'at you tihlk iine Got ! it belong t
somebody else !"
PIANIO-FORTES, B00KS, DIUSIC, &c
T I'll t "ubt'crib'ers would catlled al
tenitioni to their Spilndid ass'ortmnlit<
P i,4A} N O F RT ES,
Of 6 ,~ t. O ando 7 Octavosi. trom thte cele'brate
Manufactot'ires of' tacos & ltA;Fs. t taztaroN
los. aind A. It. G..sis & C'o., oft New Y"ork.
Tee are tiade from~ i tie b~eit und,1 thorongblty sej
soed mazter'iats, wttih att thle Iltet i:oprtovemti'i
and1( are1 AlitA NTED to sitad tthe vimli
chaaes' of' ti' elitonate-anzd for equahty and swee
consists ot' a good aitm~ttenlt of
School and Miscellaneous Books,
Atd alt tile Ctheap ter.ature, as~ son as publehe.e
as welt as a large and well selected Stock of Su
Their Stoek of PlRNTtEt) %I USIC is the lartge!
il thte State. eonisistintg. of all the popiutar Song
Di" New Music receiv'ed every' wieek.
They also keep an eleganit aLsortmtenlt of the fo
Violins, Guitars, Violincellos, Clarn
nets, Cornopeons, Sax Horns,
TENOR HORNS, FLUTINAS, FLAGEOLETS, BANJO
Also, an assortmnt of1 Mlusic'a Merchanudize,
Di' A ni asstmenitlLt of superi'or Violini and Gsuit:
$''TRINGS. ahnvys ion hand10.
AlIl thte abo~ve ar'ties ii ill he snid f'or Cauh
good paper, by G EO. A . O.\'T'tCS & 1Ot108.
Broad St reel, A ugutsta, Ga.
Nov 9, tr 42
rj ~TE Subscribe'r wishesi to emloy a good Mille
Sto attend is Steami Flo'ur and O;rist Milt, I
miles abiove Edget'ield C. tI., onl the Cambri'da
ttload. :Nonc nheed apply who cannot comle well rc
comendd. .JOlIN DOlUN.
J'y 6 f' 25
Wh~ite~ Lead, Lins.eed Oil,
LAMP OIL, NtEATS FOOT~ OIL andl TAN
NERS OIL, for sale ne:xt door' to Soam1'aN's.
Rt. 'T. MiMiS.
Aug2 1tr' 3
BEG to inform the public, that they have just
B returned from the Northern mai kets, with a
full and complete stock of
SPRING DRY GOODS.
t Having all the thc'!itits in the purchasing.of their
stock th:t a cash capital can coimflanend. we beg
leave to a.sure the publie, that we wil always keep
on hand the very best order of Goods that c.t hie
obtainel. and sell themn on as fair terms as the ;ke
quantity can be purchased either in this markct or
A tmon.. our sto.ck will be found the following
Chast- and Ele;ant Spring Sil:s
Sewiir Silks and Tissues;
Bareges and Barege DeLanes;
French Muslins and Lawns ;
White Silks, of all styles ;
Black Brocade and Watered Siiks;
t Plain Black Silks, Ill widths
White Embroidered l uslitis
Colored Dotted Muslins
-Plaid and Striped do.i
Swiss and Jaconet do.;
, Book and Mull do :
White and Colored Tarlton Mitslins
Crimped Evening Dresses, new stylts
Mantil;its :and Scarfs, eitirely new
Crape Shawls, very cheap;
W% hite ILrege and Sewing Silk Shawls
French, Atmerican. .aud Engli rints;
Ginahams, of aill kinils;
Linen Lustres and Chambrys;
Cheap Long Clothes and Ilimespins;
Irish Linens, (own importation ;)
Plain Line and Linen Drill, for Gent's wear;
Linen Sheetig, execelingly chetal
All kinds of Cotton Sheeting
Pillow ease Linen
40 inch Pillow ease Cotton
t losiery of every description, very cheall:
Embroideries of every description ; sime vary
iSewingI Silks, Mitts and Gloves
Kid and Silk Gloves
Raw Silk and Lisle Glo ves
Linen Cambrie IHandkerebiefe. all kinds
Swiss and Jaeonet lBads, very rieb :
Cambric, Swiss and Jacuonet Trinmings and
ltibbon Trimmings, new styles
Lisle, Thread, and Linen TLaevs
And a great variety of uther articles; too nme
rolts to mtention, to which we respectfully invite at
. 1areb .f 11
EORGE lROINSON & II. B. JACKSON
- have sssociated themselves together, for the
tratsacting of a
General Hardware Business,
Inider the style of RoINsoN & .IACesoN, llooburg,
wheri we will ahways keep an extensive a-snrnetmt
of EVElY TillING in that line, togvetiher with
Hidles, Uridles, larness, Leather, Trunks, Whips,
. lanburg, A pril 27 tf 15
ROBINSON a JACKSON,
IAMBURW S. C.
H AVE now on hand a :ntost complete Stock
f of Hardware, amongst which may be
200 Ton English and Sweed Iron,
5ttt Kegs Natil,
20,000) Ls. Catings,
5t Doz. Cillins' Axes,
75" Brailes' Paent Hoes and others,
5 " iurerior Strawv Cutters,
2t " Spades and Shovels,
10 " Rakes, .
Tilletsin anl others make of Vices and A niills,
Trace. Hi lter. Liz. Fifth and other style of Chains,
A complete Stck of Pocket and Table Cutlery,
--AL.L STYLES OF
Plains, Saws, Chisels, Screws,] linges,
Knobs, Bellows. Bitts, Guns,
Pistols, Sli-t Ila'ts,
Powder Flsks, Cotto:l and Wool Cards,
Well Wheels, Ket-les, Stew Pans,
Fi'ntu 'ats, G rilirons, Itammers. I latchets,
Facks, Vafer, .atd Waille Irons. Candle Sticks,
I Iteelvars. _arking Gunages. Spirit Level,
Audit tils, Shiovelsdd Tongs, Screw
Plates, Conipasses, Thumn
I himburg, A piril 27 tf 15
BOOTS AND SHIOES
AT THE IRON TRONtT STORE OPPOSITE THE
- Masonic Hall, Augusta, Ga.
Be ots, Shoes, Tru'nks, Carpet Eags, &c.
Rt' noiw reciving ther FALL ST(OCK of
G1Aets. l.a Li's. Mitis, Boys, Youths and
h~ldreni's Sl!. of the
t A.\nd the. best that can be bionght.
Otir Aswiort nent cotaini. EVERY A11TICLE
usually kept ini thte larcest Boot aind Shoe Stor~s.
-A Ll. 'ARiiE"tI" 0?
SA ND 110O US E S ERV A NTS' SlO E S
All of whtich we will sell on the most reasoniable
SA u.tnsta, Oct 12 tf 39
Edgefield & Cheatham Flank R,
:0 and afltrihte 1st May next, thte Edl~efi'eld]
& Cheathiitnn l'latnk Iiad wvi:1 he .penedl tfrm
' t... it vs G ta wns's to tiie. juntcti w lth the Ilhamn
. bne xEetitld Plank 1oadh, a iisoa..e iof about
live miles, anid the fullowiag LGates of Till will be
, Raites of Toll.
ThFur, five anad six horse Wagons, 5 cts per mile
Th'free " " 4 "i
'two ~ i" 3 "i " it
tTwo "i Carriages 3 "" "
-Ihorseback I ravellers, 1 " "
Vehlti-les tin mteec.intg.art eiach entitled to h.,di thec
P LA NK T R ACK,:antd the Drivers arc required tC
t urn t o thte " IGlT !"
:1 S. F. GOODE, PaEslDENT.
A pril 23, t f 15
Hfamburg & Edgefield P'k Road,
rwiHu PA NK RUA I) fromn Ilmburg to .Edrge
ficed is ntow eomplhetea and oent for thie publi
H1. A. K EN RICk, Pres.
Oct 5 If :18
1l R'T. A. G. T EA G U E l;ie for site, on commtis.
. ) ion. Niiss .1 ti~t A. I Krr-S Poes, entitlecl
- Sil IlES A NI 'TE A RS." This chaisti itth
-wortk merits anid should obtw~in fotr t utnforitunat
A nthoress. a 'iberal piatroage from a synmpat biin)
Sand ch~ariableh people.
Slay 19 1
t IUcon ! Baconl !
L APRG Sup~ply of GOOD BA CON, jusi
Sreceived, and offered for scile at Rv.ntee:> l'I
ces h3' T. ROJOT.
IlM'y_11 tf 17
t.4 PPLICA TION w 11 be matde to thte Legi'slatnu
I .. of Suth Caroelta. at its ntext se's-on. by) van
ots suff'erers, praytinig the refunding~ front the Sint<
Treastury thet amounot of tol's exatcted from item al
a Toll Gate erected by JIones & Eennuedy, itn onte ci
the Streets of the To~wn of I lambutrg, neat' the Au
- gusta Bridge, believin-r such collection of tolls tc
bei unjutst, opptressive and unteceessary.
. Ilamiburg. .lune 5 tf 21
S'A NA W AY from the Subscriber' on the 7t11
i. Match past, a Negro nman inametd MlA RCII
Said M:arch is live feet ten inchtes hi~lh, of raithe:i
dark comttplexion antd sha~rp fe:it ures, anid lin i' Iroi
having~ had a leg broken. lIe sepeaiks rather slowly,
r i T1he Subscriber purechased htim on Sate-day i:1
March at Sheriflf's sale. Before lie reachted hit
*r honso with htimi the negro r in away, and has not
beeni sceen or heard of since. 1Ice is said to hiave
wife at Dr. 1hRADFOftD's, Beach Island, aned may bt
-lurkinig about that vicinity.
Thle above re'war'd will tbe given for his appre.
hension and delivery at the Jail of Edgehield Dis
r trit. W. B. DORN.
6 May 4 tf 15
SManufacturedI Tobacco !
J IST Received direct froim the Factory, Thtirty
e Boexes CIIEWING TOBACCO, comitingtl
Feur Chmoie'e Brands, viz: I lontey 1)ew, Orotnoco,
Ext ra and Il'remtiumo. For sale byv the Box. iir at
retail at LO()W PIUC ES. I ttn't fail to caill and
satphe before buiyinig elsewhere.
G. L. PENN, AGENT.
Oct26 ,r 41
T M. NEWBY & CO., tinder U. S. Hotel, At
BEIWST and OlOST FASHIONABLE ASS(
SPRING AND SUMMER R1
Ever ofiered in the City of Augusta. In addition
SUPIIPL1ES from our llouse in New York. Wt
YOUTH'S AND CHILI
A.so. a full assortment of FURNISHING AR
" Country Merchants and all persons visitin
exatmine our Stock, as we are determined to offer
Augusta, April 3. 1854.
NEW SPRING GOODS!
RICH TWISTED SILKS, EAREGES AND TISSUES I
ORGANDIES, JACONETS, BPJLIANTS,
FRENCH CALICOES, EMBROIDERIES, &c.
: . LLER 11& WARREN, AUGUSTA, GA.
l have received a large Stock of the iabove
GOODS, which for
Novelty, Beauty and Variety,
Are believed to be unsi piassed in any Market ; :nd
having iwen siceletd froim thie very laiest in.;.orta
tiols. uur c!.,tomersis %; Il dI thetin to be the new
cst and choicest Goods of the Season.
A beautiful list of Goods fhr Misses' Wear, Con
Lich LA REGE ROBES, (someting iew:)
Neat French M USLINS and BRILLI.ANTI:S
rain, Biui, Pink, luc and Fawn col'd French
French, Eiglish and Ameriean PRINTS.
W~e have also a and-smie Stimk of Goods for
GENTS AND BOYS' WEAR,
Whilih we would be Iicased to show our customers
anI the ipublic. assuring them that otuR PRICES WILL
ngR AS nEtIrA .s TitE CilAPEST.
M- 1'ersoins from the coituntry wouild do well to
iveu a call before p)urichiaing 0!bewhere.
A ugusta. :1ril 1) tf 14
50 IIlmDs. SUGAR, Also 50 Barrels STEW
A T ir s in.
200 Bgs COPPEE,
25 H lids. MOLASSES,
260 Coils ROPE, some very superior,
10 Bales Gunny and )untdce BAGGING,
30 Whole, lialf and Qnarter 131s. No 3, No 1.
and Mess MA CKEREL, also Kits,
" A ni we would ALSO state," that we have a fine
Blankets, Negro Cloths,
Beilstvads,. Chairs, SaddIles, Osnaburgs, Stripes,
iron, Nails, Oils, Wlite Lead. Shot, Bar Lead,
Salt, Cheese, Powler, Suap, Rlice,
Bacon, &c., &c.. &c.,
And in fact, every article usually found in a Gro
cerv Store. J. SIBLEY & SON.
I laiburg, Nov 14, tf 44
For the Planters!
15 [,00 Lbs. Pernivinn Gunno.
U 100 bbls. Kettlewell's GUANO
anti] SA LTS.
70 Bbis. Kettlewe:l's CHI E.IICA L SALTS,
0 " Pure ground PLASTER.'
The above celebrated Manures for sale by
J. SBL EY & SON.
Harmburg, Nov 14. tf 44
W-The f.aurensville Herald, Independent Press
and Anderson Gazette will copy the above four
times. and forward hiils to J. S. & SON.
Fresh and Pure Medicines, &c
r l'l Snbseriber has just received a SELECT
Family Nedicines, Chemicatls, ke.
-ConsiSTING IN PAfRT OF
Sulphate of Quinine. Pure Pill Mass.
Sups. Carbonate of Soda, Calomtel,
H enry's Cal. Magnesia, Creami of .Tartar,
Lpsim Salts, Ilsdine,
Sulphate of Morphine, Iodide of Potasseumn,
Lumip Magnesia,, Stryehnine,
Mum'ts KEixir of Opium , Fahnesmoek's Vermtifug
Trhomsi5on's Eye Water, |McAliste.r's Ointment,
Cheescmn'zi~s Bab-amt, |Evanis' Lameets.
Norwood's Verarum, Viride.
A nd a full supply of mst all the popular Patent
N'hieiines of the day, all of which are warranted
free fromi adulteration.
G. L. PENN. AGENT.
Oct 26 tf 41
coLUMuIA, s. C..
STAM ENGINE BUILDER
And Boiler Maer
, LL~ 6indls of Flour, G3rist andi MawAi Gem
rl.in't and Slaring madle aind warranited ts. per
fornm egisl tos any. in thte State.
Dr.l 1' ~T. \s, azt Edgetield C. 1., is antthe~r.ed
Agtc ito nimke contracis.
So'.. 2, 1853. ly 4~2
Pair Home nuinde Planutationa
HARNESS. SOLE ANI) UPPER LEATIIIER.
OF AL.L n)RCRiIoNti.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil.
A t thc Shoc Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
R. T. MIls18.
.July 21 tf 27
Boot and Shoe Nanufactory.
' H AV ING removed to the Stor.
DrgSto~re. asusual, 1 am11 pre.
paedno mak toorder,Fie Dress, Double soled
Watr rof ndPump
Boots and Shoes,
Of thc very BEST NA TERIA LS, and an excel
lent lit always warranted,.fBOT n
Also. Ott hand a large vatriety o OT n
Sl0ES of mty own mtanu facture, whieh will be
disposed of on reasonable terms.
Nov. 16 tf 4
[F N. B -Wanted, three apprentices to leaurn
he Shtoe-ma:king buisinesus. Please apply soon.
Georgia IMarble Works,
J. G. R A NKIN, W. M. H URLOCK, G. I. SUMMEY
SCCSSO5S TO A. ATMISsoN & Co.
?P !1is Est ahblisument has been in success
I. finl oiperation for a number of years. The
Quarries are welIl opetned, antd the Narble is superi
or to, anty ini the Un iited States.
We huave so perfected our facilities for gettingout
adm linis.hing work that we can furunish
Mounuments, Tombs, Head Stones,
Ands every thting in our liue of business, in better
st~ Ie, and at cheaper rates than any yard in the
When it is considered that we saw our own mar
ble, pay nto jobber's proifit, and no high freight from
the Nsorth, it will be seen that w.e possess material
advatage over all comtpetitors.
We. cordially siolicit utur friends and the public to
exmiane our work and compare our prices with
thosse of otherw yards, before ordering Northern
M arble. We have on hand at our yard in Mari
etta, a large ussortmnent of FIN ISIIED WORK
Moumtents, Tablets, Tomtbs, &c.-where our agent.
Mr. G. WV. Summers, will sell at our prices. Our
principal work is done at the Mills. A ddress -
J. G. R A NIN & CO.
Narble Works P. O., Ga.
.Tan~ 11 17 1
, LL Persons indlebted to thte Estate of A tticus
i Tuebe-r, dee'd., a notilled to make puromapt ir
paymuenit, andis thtose htavin~g demands a;:ainszt sad !
Estte ate retiuestedi to render them in inmediately, j
propely attested. '- I
Jn2 LAND)ON TUCKER, Adm'or.
-r.Go me e24
BY C 0.,
unsta, Gn., are now receiving the LARGEST,
to which, we are weekly receiving FRESH
also keep constantly on hand a large Stock of
TICLES, for gentlemen's wear.
ig Augusta will find it to their interest to
our Goods at the lowest prices imaginable.
THEii GREAT KEhXfUCKY
DR JOHN BULL'S
r S medicine, when used according to directions, will
cnre, without fall; -
or King's Evil,
of the Skin. Erysipelas,
Tumors, Chronic Sore Eyes,
Ringworm or Tetters, Scald head,
Rheumatism. Pains in the Bones or
Joints, Old Sores and Ulcers, Swelling of
the Glands. SYphilli, Dyspepsia. Salt lItheum,
Diseases of the Kidneys, Diseases arising from the use
of Mercury, Loss of Appetite. Pain in the Side and
Shoulders, General Debility, Lumbago. Coughs, Colds,
Dropsy. .laundice. Costiveness, Bronchitis, Weakness of the
Chest, Sore Throat. Pulmonary Affections, and all other
DIseases tending to produce Consumption. Liver Com
plaints, Female Trregularities and Complaints, Low
Spirits, Sickand Nervous Headache. Night Sweats,
Exposures, or Tmprudence in Life, Chronic Con
seitutional Diseases, and as a Spring and
Summer Drink, and General Tonic for the
System, and a Gentle and Pleasant
Purgative, it ls superior to Blue
Lick and Congress Water.
Salte. or Seidlits
It Is a remarkable fact, that among the hundreds 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
waparilla 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 favor of a remedy which they know
is capable of doing so much good in an afilicted com
munity. As an evidence, read the following from old and
respectable physicians, of high standing in the community
In which they live:
T E TI MON Y.
07 Testimony like the following renders enperflous aB
omments oc the efficacy of Bull's Sarsaparilla. From Dr.
L. P1. Tandell, Professor of Chemistry In the Louisville
Medical College: I have looked over the list of ingredients
composing John Bull's Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
and have no hesitation in saying that thjey form a safe
compound, and one that promises well in cbronic diseases,
to which it is applicable. L. P. YANDELL, 31. D.
Louisville. June 6, 1849.
what Dr. Pyles. physician by appoIntment to the Lonis
yulle Marine llospital, says of Bulres Sarsaparilla :
LouviLua, Mlarch 20, 1849.
I have examined the prescription for the preparatIon of
John nlull's Sarsaparilla, and I believe the combintiton to
he an exellent one, and well calculated to produce an alter
ative Impression on the system. I have used ii both in
public and private practice, and think It the best article
of Sarsaparilla now in use.
5f. PYLES, M. D.
Besident Phyalcian Louisville Mlarine Hoespital.
Louaowe, Ky,. April 26th, 1860.
Sra -Permit me to address to yon a few lines, and do me
the bntnor to reply to a request that I will maks in the
conclusion of this letter, &c.
I anm a graduate of Transylvania Mfedical Univerlity ; I
have practiced nmedicine in this wilderness country, about
five years, but owIng to exposure to bitter cold weather, I
have been indisposed with Acute liheuruatismi about six
maonths After having exhausted my skill in the treatment
of my case, and deriving no benefit, I was Induced to give
your rL~ViD araaacv or B~AnAPAaILLA a faIr trial, end
aseordligly purchased a bottle of your medicine from your
sgent, Mr. George P. Brtown, about two weeks ago, and I
mast nonfess that one bottle has entirely cured me.
It Is so opinion, that your preparatioa of Sarsaparilla
is decidedly superior to any other preparation now in use,
ad I will take great pleasure in recommending It to the
aIfileted as being a remedial agent and I will advise the
pylantouse it in th~elr practic &e,
Ehyspcians ulo y yor . ATFN 51. D.
Lowujta, July 13th 1849.
I have examined the list of articles that compose John
Bull's Extract of Sarsaparlla, and I have no hestitation in
saying that it is a safe and valuable compound. I would
prefer It to any article now in use, for the diseasesa arieing
from an impure state of the blood or taint of the si stem.
I confideutly recommsend it to my friends as being a power
ful E'xtract, aud one that I believe will cure all classes of
disees. for which it is reeonmmended, if used according to
directIons. I believe It to be a valuable succedaneumn to
biercury. -Nay, I have my doubts whether in the most
violent and prueracted case' of Syphilis, accompanied with
Nodes Trophte, lan earie of the hones, whether It ought
not to succeed every ether remedy.
S. It. .ItcCONACHTE, M D.
Honorary Metsaber of the Medical Society, Philadelphia.
p5' Hear, what Dr. Stapp, a physician who stands at the
top of his profession, says of Johna Ilull's Sarsaparilla:
I have been using John Bull's Sarsaparilla in a great
variety of chronic dIseases, with the moat happy effects,
and I have no hestitation in recommending It to the public
tbr the cure of scrofula, syphilIs, and all cutaneous and
glandular diseases. Yours, most fervently,
L~e wsport, Ky., April 6th, 1849. WY. STAPP, Mi. D.
Rev. E. W. BEHON, - Bev. E. BTEVENS0N.
Coxcz.ostvs. - The following Is a verbatim copy of a
certificate now in the possession of the proprietor of Bull's
Saasarilla. hiey. I. WV Sehon is widely and generally
kuown as an eloquent and accomplished pastor of te.1
E. church, and 1tev. E. Stevenson has been known as one
of lbs most talented and sealous members that the Ken
tucky Conference could boast of for many years, and at
this timteis Iilliung the high and respoasible station of agent
for the Mi. E. Book Concern. Can the world produce better
or wore satisfactory testimony in favor of any medicine?
Better testimnony then was ever offered in favor of any
medicine. 11ev. B. W. Sehon - Rev. E. Stevenson:
Loursvnjz, Slay 20th, 1849.
We have used Jokn Dull's SarsaparilLa, and have known
It to he sed, with entire satisfaction; and we have no
hesttution in stating our belief, that It Is a safe and
valuable medical cotmpound, and calculated to produce
much goodi and relieve mtuch suffering; and therefore
would cheerfully and most earnestly recommend It to tho
aflicted. E. w- SE1U0N.
(Signed) E. STEVEtNSON.
We earnestly invite all persons who are suffering with
any of " the Ills that fiesh is heir to" to call on Dr. John
Bull's agent, and get a copy of Bull's Familly Journal
GaATle ; and~ for the sake of bnumanity, we hope that a
single individual will not be found unwilling to give Bull's
Sarsaparilla a -raur., after reading, and recollectin'g, at the
sante time, that it is Impossible fur the Doctor to psublsh
the tenth, part of the nnaber of certificates of natounding
ceures perforat,-d hy his .aarsaparilla The amount of tes
timnony voluntarily showered on Dr. Bull's Sarsaparila,
fromt well known, and distinguished individuals, both in
public and private life, has been perfectly overwhelna.
C' Dr. J.lhn hlull's Princlpal O0fice, west side Elfth
street first door below Mlain, Loeisvn.r.s, Kr.
gg Frsa sale in this Village, on Agency, by G
L. 'EN.5, Druggist.
SSept 28 ly 37
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
J. Rainsford, A dm'or.
us. Bill to set up Mort
J. D. Tribbetts, Igage, to MarshaL A.
F. II. Wardlaw, J acs, g-c.
J. F". A dams and others.
IT having been referred to the Commissioner of
ith is Court to lix ai day, which shall be final, for
ie rendering ini of claims by the Creditors of John
Iil and C. J. Glover, On miotion of M~r. A bney,
oliior of F. II. Wardlaw, It is ordered that thte
ie withtin which the said Creditors are required
o appear before the said Commissionser atnd estahs
ish their demands be extended to the fourth Mon
lay in August next.
A. SIMIKINS, C. E. E. D.
Tly 3, 1854. 8t 25
[S Re-opensed, at the ft of the hill, immediately
at thle entrance of the Plank Road into Main
treet, and nearly opposite Mr. Witt's residence.
lie Shoes ] lorses, mtakes Plows, Irons Waegons,
nenls Wafle Irons, Lays Axes, and does varisous
ytheir things sifter thse old style. lle has adopted
nainy of thie moderin imnprovneents, in fact all of
ien'; except that of slighsling his work.
And he humbly asks a call.
Ja.n 11ft 52
New, Beautiful and Cheap I
I'HE SUBSCRIBER is now receiving
a LARGE and SPLENDID STOCK of
DESORABLE DRY GOODS,
Suitable for the Spring and Summer '14ade. No
pains has been spared in the selection of this Stock
to please the taste of ALL.
Thankful for past patronage, I assure my friends
that every efrort will be made to merit a continu
ance of their favor. Of the Ladies, one and all, I
would particularly request an examination before
purchasing elsewhere. Among this Stock nay be
found a complete assortment of Dress Goods,
CoI'd MUSLINS, of the latest .and most fash
ionable Styles, 10 ets. to $1.
B A R EG ES of every color and quality;
Plaid and Fig'd Tissue SILK, very rich;
Lace Striped ORGANDIES of unequaled styles;
Rich Colored SILKS, very cheap;
Figured and Plain SILKS. of all qualities;
Nainsook and Mlull MUSLINS.;
White ig'd Carleton do a new article f
" and Col'd do do
Striped Swiss do very pretty;
Dotted " do " t
GINGIIA MS. new Patterns,
Best Stock of PRINTS ever offered in the Market,
IOURNING GOODS of every description;
White and Col'd Grenadine AIANTILLAS, new
style for Summer ;
'White and Colored Glacie SILK, suitable. fur
Spring and Summer;
Lacc and Muslin UNDERSLEEVES fron 6j
cts. to $3,00 ;
Muslin and Lace COLLARS. latest fashions;
CIEMISETTS, new style and
Large and complete assortment of Jachonet and
Swiss Edging and Inserting;
Real Brussels Thread Edging and Insertings;
Blond Steam Thread anl Lisle Laces & Edgings,
White Grass Cloth for Skirts, new article;
GLOVES and 1OSIERY, great variety-suita
ble for all ages;
Ladies', Misses and Children's SIIOES, &e.
For Gentlemen's- Wear.
He also trusts that he has not been unnindful of
the wants of the Sterner Sex. In this line his Stock
Planter's LINEN DRILLS of every quality;
Cottonades and York Mixtures, from 12 to 25 ets
Drap de Ettes, Cashmaretts and Merino Cassinmers
Brown and Grass Linens for Coats, all qualities;
Union Linens and other goods fur Children's
White, Col'd, plain and buff Marsails Vestings,
Col'd Silk Cravats, a light and beautiful- article
Col'd Muslin Cravata, various qualities;
Black and Colored Stocks and Ties.
I very respectfully invite all those wishing DRY
GOODS to give me a call, being determined to be
UNDERSOLD by NO ONE in a fair und honora
M. A. RANSOM, AGENT FOR
R. M. FULLER.
Hamburg, April 3 If 12
BROWNING & LEIAN,
French, English and German
209 aud 211 King-street, corner of Market-Street
Charleston, S. C.
C ARPETINGS.-Ingrain, 3 Plys, Brussels, Ta
\.)pestry and Velvets,
CURTi[N MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin and
Curtain Cambr'cs and Muslins, in large variety,
Embroidered Lace and Nl uslin Curtains, all styles,
Gilt Coritiecs, in all the new designs,
Curtain Ginips, Iloiders, Loops, Tassels, &c.
Drapery Cords and Bell Ropes, in all varieties,
British and American Floor Oil Cloths,
Silver and Gilt Stair Rods and Stair Carpetings,
of all styles.
Wilton, Velvet, and Axminster Rugs, in large va
Kerseys, Caps. &c.
Red and White Flannels, Shirtings, &c.
Cotton Osuaburgs, of all the best Southern mann
English and A merienn COTTON FLANNELS,
French, English and Americati Prints,
LIN~ENS, of Richardson's superior make, for
Sheetings, Shirtings. Pillow Cases, Table Danmaska,
Ioylies, Napkins, Towellings, Iluckabseks, Fruit
Cloths, B. E. Diapers, Grass Cloths, &c.
Cloths, Cassimieres and V'estings, of best French
Servants' Cloths, in all the sh~ades of English
Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans and Lindlseys, of all
bualities and styles. With a full assortment of
Rich Dress Goods.
In SILKS. TISSUES, B3AREGES, GRENA-.
DIN EM, I CSLINS, &c.
Blombzaines, QAlpacas and Mourning Goods, in
Evening Dress Goods, in great varieey, constantly
All thae above nre of our own Direct imn
part ationi, and offered at thte L UW E ST
Ternis-.-C ASII, or City Aceceptance.
ggrThe ONE PRICE SYSTEMl strickly ad
hered to. All Goods warranted.
- lROW'NING & LEM1AN.
Charleston, Jan 30 if 3
GREAT' SOUTHERN REMaEDY
CJ10LIER A, DIsENT ER Y, DIA RRIItEA,
OHOLERA MORBUS, BILLIOUS COLIO,
ALSO, ADMISADLY ADAPTED TO MANY DISEASES OF
FEMAt.ES, ar EP'EcIALt.Y P...xO. SIEssvaUArTon.
THlE ;VRTUE.' OF JACOES CORDIA L A RE TOO
W ELL A5W IX TO REQUIRE EXCO.5]CXS
1st. It cures te worst cases of Diarrhao.e: 2'l. It cnres the
wr..t formas of Dy-seniury: ud. It emaec' Californlin or Mexi
enn Dirrrhote; 4th. It relieves th. severesa Cholic: 5tha. It
eures Cholern ?,artbus: Gilb. It eures Chaol-ra luamaumI
tth. It cures paainful Menstriuutio~n: bth. h relievest Paiin in
Bac'k andl Lomns: 9tih. it coutiernt Neraou-ntess andlt Je
spondency; tta. It re,.ora lrregimnritiaes: 11. It dthpels
Gloomy and Ilysterical Feelings; 12th. It's an admirable
A Few Short Extracts from Letters, Testimonials, &r,
" I have usedt Jacot's Cordiald in my faamly. anud have
found it a muost eftleient and in nmy judtrama mi. a valuable
remedy." ltI'on. IiIlla M W ARN Eli.
.Judge or Suprenme Court, Ga.
" It gives me pleasure In being able to recommnend Ja
cb's Cordtia--my own personal expaerience, and time expe
rience of nmy neighbors unda friendls around me, is a suflict
enii guarantee fear mae to believe i to be otl that it tatuports
to be ; vlz: A4 Borereign Rernaly."
W M. H. UNDEItWOOD,
Formerly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee'Circuit.
" I take great pleasure in recommeaading this inratuablo
meicinie to aall aieteut witha bowel diseases, for 'sbichi I
believe It to be a sovecreign remedy-dcidedaly suataerior to
any thing eise ever tried by ,ne." A. A. GA ULDINXG,
Deputy G. M. of the Griand Lodge of Ga.
" ThIs efilctent remedly Is travelling into celebrity as fast
as Bonaparte paushed his columns Into RusIa, ad gaining.
commendatIon wherever used."
Georgia Jeffersonlan, M~ay 19th,185~3.
" I have used Jacob's Cordial In my fatnily, and this, with
all that t hear about it as it remedy by those who hauve tried
it tiduces me to believe that it stands at the hecad of every
preparation of the kiand. anal I would recomntid its use in
the diseases for which it is compouded."
MILES 0. DOBBINS, A gent Banak of Ga.. G riffin.
"If th~ere Is any credibility in human testimony ,Jaeob's
Corial must stand pare-emtnent above sit other parepasrtons
f~r the enr or Bowel Diseases. From the maas of testinto
ny in its favor comliag In from alt quarters, it mutst be very
far In ayanee, as a curative agent, of most If not sit other
' patent'pIreparations." A. FLEMMING,
Agent Marine and Fire Insurance Bank, Griffin.
Er Faor side in this village, by 0. L PENN, AGnTz. sad
the principal Merchants and Druggists throoghut the State.
WM. W. BLISS & Ci)., l'rop~rietors, Savatnnah.
May 11. Sm 1?
STATE OF SOU'TH CAROLINA.
iN COMMON PLE AS.
CIHA RLES KENNERLY, who is in the custo
Jdv of the Sheriff of Edgefield District, by
virtue of a Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendunm, at the
suit of Willianms & Christie, having filed in my
Office, together with a $ehedule, on oath, of hsis
estate and effeets, his. petition to the Court of Com
mon Pleas, praying that lie rnay be admaitted to the
benefit of the Acts of the Generatl A ssembly, mado
for tho relief of insolvent debtors, It is Ordered,
that the said Williams & Christie, and all the other
Creditors to whomi the said Charles Kenuerly is in
anywise indebted, be, anid they are hereby sum
moned and have notice to appear before the said
Court, at Edgefield U. HI., on Tuesday the third day
f October next, to show cause, if any thtey. can,
why the prayer of the petition aforesaid should not
be granted. T. G. BACON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, July 5, 1854. 13t 25
Rags and Beeswax Wanted.
Wy ANTED One hundred Thousand Pounds
of each. R. L. GENTRY.
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