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MESSRS. COLTER & SCOOTER, Editors.
Let idle Ambition her banblem pnrsue,
While Wisdom looks down with dialain,
The home of the farmer has charms ever new,
Where health, peace and competence reign."
OUR NEW CORRESPONDENT.
Wa cordially welcom oar friend " Gourd
Seed" as a contributor to our columns. We
are much pleased with the stile of his spicy
article and we hope he will continue to en.
liven the Farmer's, department with his ready
humour and gifted pen. His stile we think
is decidedly Broomsedgy and will, we doubt
not, be appreciated by our readers. His
-strictures upon Reynari, and Boyd's Extra
Prolific are strictly legitimate, and while
Playful and humerous are yet without the
slightest tincture of gourdy bitterness. As
it takes a fast dog to tree Reynard, we will
mot anticipate him, but leave him to speak
for himself, and we feel assured, that he will
acquit himself hansamely.
Messrs. Colter 4- Scooter :-Gentlemen,
Is'nt it a very gratifying reflection to see
The great improvement in " Craps" the last
year in old Edgefleld, as given us hy the
managers of different plantations throughout
the District. A few years more, like flatter
ing results, money that is now as scarce as
hens teeth, will be plenty as blackberries.
That " Watch" or the " Col." has wrought
wonders with thejfarming community, has'nt
it" the Col. deserves an everlasting mnonu
ment erected to his memory for his liberali
ty; but I suppose " Reynard" would say,
that the " Boyd Extra Proloc Cotton Seed,"
has done the thing for the cotton Crap.
" Reynard" is a cunning old Fox, has plenty
for sale, no doubt, at $200 per bushel, the
Calhoun was the "Extra Prolic" cotton
with him so long as he could get 61.00 per
bushel, but now selling at 10 cents, have lost
that Prolific quality entirely. The "Boyd Ex
tra Prolific," every thing seems to be Extra
Prolfc now-a-days, he says, is the cotton
for us. No matter if you only have half a
stand, such is its prolific quality it will branch
the more-in a crowded state it does just as
well-no use to thin it. Its great peculiarity
isfit can accomdate itself to any climate
and any soil, and any mode of culture
cotton its going to make, and 2,000 lbs. at
that, per acre, let the consequences be as
they may, and when it begins to open,gehu.
lay down your " plough and hoe," "jidle and
bow," to think of 2,000 lbs. per acre busting
open, at once-remember it does its work
with telegraphic speed-is'nt it a great sot
ton, cal! in your neighbours, pick out, and
the work is done. In a year or two more,
I am fearful it will be like the Calhoun, loose
its Extra Prolific quality, for already 1 hear
it whispered among the knowing ones, the
"Book farmers," that their is a new variety
called the " Nonesuch" that will throw the
Boyd in the shade by odds. It is Extra, Ex
tra prolific grows so fast, only half the
work given to the commom veriety, is neces
sary to make a crop, and its peculiar pro.
perty is such it openis just as fast as the hands
can pick it out, say about 200 1lbs. per day
(rainy days excepted) and hold on to the
first day of January, it was never known to
drop a square, cant you get some of the
weexcuse me I suppose " Reynard" will
have plenty Itn time.
Seed Co n, it seems too, has improved
( onsiderab~ly " Tuscarora," I wander if the
Captain's is thesame my Father planted some
25 years ago, he is ofl'ering at $2 per bush
el, he called his Tuscarora. The Can
ada prolife, the Wyendot, ab ! just as I ex
pecttd, they have got prolific attached to
the corn at last, " Reynard" wvould have it
SExtra proific" would'nt he. I am told it
is something like the Boyd Extra prolific
cotton seed, no matter how many grains
you put itt the ground, as many stalks will
come up, only, as the land will support, ir
the land is poor, one stalk, if rich, five or
six as the case may be. It is to be regretted
that so good a variety should loose its pro.
lifie quality in a few years, remember the
Beadon Humbug. GOURD SE ED.
Corrox-Cotton, which administers so
bountifully to the wants of civilized as wvell
as savage men, and to the wealth and econo
my of the countries producing it, stands
foremost among the crops in the United
States, both as regards its staple and the
degree of pet fection to which its cultivation
has been brought. One or more of its spe
cies is founid growing wild throughout the
torred zone, whence it has been dessemina
ted atnd become an important .object of cul
tube in several countries adljacentt, where its
consumption has increased just in proportiotn
to the progress of t' e arts and civilization.
It is mentioned by Herodotus as growing in
India, where the natives manufactumed it into
cloth; by Theopasius as a product of Ethio
pia, and by. Plinny as growing in Egypt,
towards Arabia, and near the borders of the
Persian gulf. Nienhoff, who visited China
in 1655, says that it was then cultivated in
great abundance in that country; where the
seed bad been introduced about five hun
dred years before. Columbus found it in
use by the American Indians of Cuba, in
1462; by those of Mexico, in 1519;.Pizan
ro and Almagro, by the Jucas of Peru, in
1532; and Cabeca de Vaca, by the natives
of Texas apd California, in 1436.
TBIUMPH oP Gurrm PuncuA.-Among
the latest and most valuable uses to which
Gutta Percha has been successfully applied,
is for dental purposes, replacing metal in
putin~ In sets or parts of sets of teeth.
pn5fdQ gold or silver plate, Gutta Percha
is used, and, found to work well, fVeing of an
elastie uature, and fittitng more readily to the
inotath anid gum, working its way up as the
RADISHES.-We are frequently taken to
task for the war we have waged upon this
worse than worthless vegetable. For fifteen
years, we have not permitted one to grow in
our garden, or to disgrace our table, and we
have found the advantage of pursuing this
course, in. the improved health of our family.
Man is the only animal that will eat a rad
ish, either raw or cooked. The sagacious
hog will starve before lie will eat the pois
onous trash. Crude radishes are the most
indigestible food, that can be taken into the
human stomach, independent of the acrid,
poisonous substance they contain. But they
do not hurt me, exclaims one, I can eat them
with impunity! and % ith a relish. But, dear
reader, do you not have the head ache, or a
bad bre'ath I Have you no doctor's bills to
pay I A radish eaten in the spring may cause
a fever in the fall. If any one doubts the
poisonous qualities of radishes, let them cut
in thin slices, three or four, and sonk the
slices in water for twelve hours, and then
taste the water. Our word for it, they will
never taste another radish. As a watchman
upon the horticultural watchtower, we can.
not commend the culture of a vegetable,
that we know to be injurious.-Suil of the
IMPORTANT DiscuvEar.-Jean Blanc, of
New Orleans, says the New 'Orleans Price
Current, represented to be an agriculturist o1
considerable scientific attainments, has se
cured letters patent from the United States
for the discovery of a process of converting
thirty different varieties of plants, which
grow wild in enormous quantities in various
sections of the Union, itito flax, of great
strength and beautilul texture. Specimens
are now in New York, and among them are
said to be the flax matle from the stalks of
the cotton plati, large quantities of which
are burned en tho Southern plantations to
get them out of the way; the century tree,
or wild MAamlla, which grows in abundance
in Florida; the wild holly-hock, with a fibre
of ten or fifteen itncles long; the gold nan.
keen, of a natural nankeen color; the veg
etable silk, and the veget-'ble wool.
WASIING RvEctPE.-To each pound of
common hard soap add from one-half to
three-quarters of ati ounce of common borax.
I with one quart of water. Put the water in
any convenient vessel upon the stove, add
the borax, somewhat pulverized, and then
put in the soap cut up in thin pieces. Keep
them hot-but not boiling-for two or three
hours, or until the whole is well dissolved,
and then set it aside to cool, when a solid
mass will lie formed. If the vessel is set
upon the warm stove at night, the operation
will be completed in the morning, though we
think it better to stir the mass just before it
The night before washing, rub the cloths
where most soiled, with the soap, and soak
in water till morninir. Thissoap, which has
been more than doubled in quantity, will go
quite as far, bulk for bulk, as the original.
thus saving at least one half. The boiling
and wvashing are to 1be performed in thle usu.
al manner ; but it will be found that the la.
bor of rubbing is diminished three-fourths.
while the usual caustic or eating effe-ct of
the soap, is greatly lessened; and the hands
wvill retain a peculiarly soft and silky feeling.
evnafter alarge washing. The peaa
tion is adapted to all kinds of fabries, color
ed or uncolored, including flannels, and is
thought to increase their whit eness.-Ameri
MUTro.-We mean to report at le'mst a
thousatnd times, or till wvhat we say has someW
effect On our counltrymen, that a pound of
lean, tender, juicy mutton can be raised for
half the cost of~ the same qnantity of fat
pork ; that it is infinitely healthier foo~d es
perially in thle summer season, is more agree
ab~le to the palate, when one gets accustom
ed to it; and that those who eat it beenme
mnore muscular, and can do mtore work with
greatter ease to themselves than those wvho
eat fat pork. We knowv nothing more deli
cate thlan smoked mutton hams of~ south
down breed of sheep-venison itself is not
superior. Sheep can be kept in fine grow.
ing order wvhere other domestic antials will
scarcely exist, and thousands of acres in
the State, under an enlightened system of
shieep~ husbandry, may be made to pay a
good interest where now they are nearly
dead property in the hands of their present
ORA3IfiNTAL EvERGREENs.--Among all
the beautiful evergreens, whether native or
exotic, there is nothing in our judgment to
compare with what is comnmonly called the
wild olive. It is a compact, vigorous grow
er, with deep shining green foliamge, atnd when
in flower, is as ornamlenltal as the gayest
flowering tree, atnd when in fruit, eqnally as
aornamental. For trees lining walks and av
enues, it cantnot he surpassed in beauty, grace,
anid harmony, and as an ornamneltal hedge
plant, it is unarivalled. It is easily propagated
Fy its seeds. Tlhe seed should he planuted
as soon as the berry is ripe; cover thle berry
quite shallowv, and thoasecond year thle pllants
may be transplanted to the hedge row, atnd
the fourth year to the avenue. What a pity
it is not everywhere planted in the place of
the china tree !-Soil of the South.
GAUGING ORt MEAsURI~e CoRN IN BI'LK.
-Editors Southern Cultivator-I have a
short rule for guaginmg, founded on correct
prinlciples (which I can satisfactory explain,
if any of tile readers of the Cultivator de
sire it) and as I have never seen anything
like it, perhatps it may be worth a little to
some of your Subscribers, so I will sentd it
to you for publication. A~ neighbor of mite
wvas cheated out of five barrels of corn,
which wvould not have been the case had he
been acquainted with the followving simple
Multiply the length, width and heith to
gether and then multiply that product by 8.
Cut oli' the two right hand figures, the left
band period is the correct answer in barrels.
Bold Spring Ca., 1856
J. D. GUNNEL LS.
A CERTAIN CURE FoR A RATTLE-SNAKE
BITE OR SPIDER STING-Take the yolk of
a good egg, put it in a tea cup, and stir in as
much salt as will make it thick enough not
to run off, and spread a plaster and apply
to the wound, and I would insure your life
for sixpence. Tlhe subscriber has tried the
above remedy in a number of cases, and
never knew it to fail in one.
P. PR ETTrYMA N, MA. D.
(in Country Gentleman.
GooD STrrie.-Tn prick the finger
with a nedle when sewing is a very common
accident, and sometimes the puneture is deep
and the bldod difficult to stop. This can be
cured instantaneously by touching the wound
with a mere partIcle of dry chloride of lime,
and not wvashing it off' for a few minutes.
T'he puncture immediately closes, and can.
ses no further inconvenience. We have
tried this stypio with perfect success.
Kahn M~rdAru na enttiin fenh tamarrasil.
POULTRY HousE.-The floor. should N
cleaned once a week, and sprinkled %itl
saw dust, peat gr ashes. The iatnurie shoth
be composted with earth and conspletely dis
solved before it is applied. It then makes i
stimulant equal to guano, and is a goot
malaie for anything.
AN INTERESTING PICTURE.-Mr. Oucha
nan, the American minister, has sent home
from London an original portrait of Joit
H ampden, the celebrated Engliah patriot
who was one of the first to resist the er,
croachients of the Stuarts, and to assai
the prerogatives of the Crown. In the
great struggle for popular rights which let
to the estaHblishmeant of the English Coml.
monwealth, and surbsPquently planted on
this soil the republican germs which hav
grown up into a nation of 30,000,000 i;
of freemen. '['his portrait belonged to MNr
John Macgregor, member of Parliament Imo
Glasgow, and is presented by him, thirragli
Mr. Buchanan, to the Congress of the Uni
ted States, who will undoubtedly give it i
conspicuous place ainorng the national pic
tures. It is one of the only two origina
portraits of Hampden now in existence.
Mississipp.-In the M issisosippi Legislattre,
joint rtsoluion was Ul5unlanilliimously aidipted, whiel
reconnen.Is to take early and active meastiro
to encouarage =migratiaon to Ktmans. A re.-oln.
tion, before the Comtnittee on Feder:l Relation
requests the Governor to decline receivingu are
more communication on the subject of slaveri
from the free Stntes, on the grouid that thn
" enalnate from thoset whip are hostile to the ex
erei-e of ceanstlit utional freedomn, ani are cinceiv
ed in a sperit of inpertinent interference with thi
right of the slavehilding stalte."
orPosaTr aIAs NIC HALL.
3ROAD sTE T, AUGUSTA, GA.
Are receiv.ng ther iull taek if
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
CARPET BAGS, &c., &c.
Our Stock will co-iprise all the iasoaet faishiennihle ar
ticeh-, and those thatc:n be recoimmended tor dura
bility. Also, a large and superior lot of
Men's Rip BROGANS and Women's Lenthe
We feel confilent that we can show one o f ti
BEST ASSOLTED Stock eof Coods that has evi
been in our City, and requ-st our customers an
friends to give us a call before purchasing.
Aug 29 tf 33
CITY HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GA.
T 18llS lotel is now in successful operation
Ihaving been recently new-furnished arid emr
The Propriet'r, also, with a view of su:ting th
wishes of its Guests. hasscured the services of %I
G0RION FA RGO, so Iong and fav.rably know
as Proprietor of thell United States Ilstel," hert
sand the " Mrshatl louse," in Savannah. M
FARuo brings with hin great experienlce and ver
poopular manners with the trav4lhig public ; al o
which considered. iin anidinion to the peculiar advan
tages of the CITY hOTEL. as a Nummer Hitust
with its finely ventilated Chambers atnid spaciou
I lalls, will make it t place eagerly toi be sought f-r b
the traveler nud citizen, during the e'.ming senso
The particular eomstructio~n of the Ilouse gives,
great adviantage over nny of the hotels in the cit
for ventilatio'n ; a quaility which is so h.ghly necca
sary, here, at aill seat'ons.
hlaving th--se ndivaintage~s, with a set of the ber
Cooks which could be procured in Chatrlestin, ii
other assistanrts of a like m rit, the uncleasitrne
purpose to sustain fear the* CITY llOTEL, the ehn:i
neler of being a haouse~ for the people-select, ordet
ly, and well appointed.
With regardre toi location, it is very central. Iti
in the business part of the City, and immisediatel
opposite the South Carolina Railroad Ilat.
WI. P.5TA [RR, Prioprietor.
March 12 6t 9
C, N. WRIGHT, DENTIST.
O FFICE over Mhessrs. CaxCenEALt
& BEAsN's l Iardware Store, lBroad
street, A ugusta, Ga.
Al 11ipernitionas pertaining to Dentistry will be a'
tended to with promptness, a.md to thle entire satii
tfactison of all wh., miay faevor him with their patroaa
SGoild Plate snnd Wire, Ctasp Metal, soldri
&c., furniarted to lDentisas for Cash.
Augusta, May 1 ly 16
A LL perseons to whom the Estate of Jlam
Weathersby, decenased, is itndebtedl will pre
senat their claims, arnd all persons lidebreed tu tl
said Estate, will maske paymenis to the unidersigner
WI. L. ANDERSON, Admntiitratir
Nov. 21, 155. .tf 45
N ot i c e.
I A M daily receiving my Sprinig Stock consistir
lof every article usu .lly ke.pt in uour hine of Hut
ness, whicha will be sold at Messrs. Lamrbnek
Coouper's Caish prices. Arrmongt mry Stock is the
Best Assorted Liquors and Wines,
Ever off.-red in Hamoburgc, which wvil be sold nic
cordinag toe quality arid not Brarad.
S. E. liOWERS, AGEX.'r
Jan30 ____tf 3
T lIE STOR E IIOUSE.next E~ast of R. HI.Su
livant's, 30) feet front and 60) d.-ep, cointsam.n;
three roms below, one above, iad a good cellar.
ThE TAN YARI) aind Lot adjoiainag, and cot
taniing abeiut three aeres.
ON E LOT on the bransch adjoining C. L. Rlefo.
U. T'. MIMS.
Oct 2 ft 3
sTATrE OF SOUTH C.AROLINA,
John L. Dlobey,
Sarah Mtorris and others. Bill for Partition.
Matida Dbeyand others.,
ITappeatring that the Defendants Martha Coope.
JohnDinkns, dwar ihkins. .laames lDin
kinu, Simeeir Dinikints, Rebecca Meleekini Ina h
huband hn Me'Ileekin, Marngaret McMeekin en<
her hlusbandt Alexanader MceMeekin, Saraih Wilkini
son anid her husband -hohn Wilkinson, and Rteubae
Ceoper aind his wife Su~in, reuiale without the him
irs of this State, viz: in Russehl County. in the Stat
of Alabama: On M~otiion ear Messrs. Caarolt & lia
eon, it is Ordered tiat the said D~efendanats pllead
answer or demur to the liill of Comapl.iinat in thi:
ase within three moanths from the paublicatio~n
this order, or in default thereeif that the said Ii
be taken pro confesuo against themt.
A. SIIKINS, c.P.E D.
Feb 25, 1856. 3cm 7
state of-80uth Carolina,
us. BilL for Part ition
Robt. Melriwethecr and others.
I T appearinlg to the Coammissioner that the Defen
Idants, Frances (rnnmes, 1). hL. Leuis and wift
Martha, ('arohnre Meriwether, Moody M.e'riwether
Auustus Meriwether. Mlary .Jones aind her hut
band Augustus Jones, Susan Meriwether, -
Meriweher, M rs. - Boeae wife of --oene
Sinletian Mims and his wire Mahstilda Mims, reside tae
yond the limsits of this State: On mhetion by Mr
MoAusE, Solicitor, It is Ordered, that thu snic
defendants do plead, answer or denmur to the Bil
of Comapliaint fi.-d in thais caese within rhree months
from thae dare of this publication or judgment pre
conesso will be entered against them.
A. SLMIKINS, C.a.E.D.
March 10, 1856. 3mt 9
Tj IIE Unederscgned returans las sincere thanks
Ihis frienuds tor thaeir patronage whr.le I. esited it
flamsburg, and hereby informs thtem tbhat he can be
found (after 1st Septeamber next,) at the ':Ionse
W A Rt, BUJRCI1A RID & CO., opposite t'he Ma.
sonic i hall, A ugumta, Ga., whnere he wonuld be haipp,
to see and serve them, and where a FULL and
Complete Stock of Dry Gooeds,
can always be found, which will be sold as L.OWI
as from any House in the City.
M. A. RANSOM.
Hsmbmen A tr 8. tf $
EDGEFIELD MACHINE SHOP,
ga JOHN M, WITT
el~ phcaSure in
calbege the atten
tion of the C.ti7ens of Edgelield Distriet, to his
i MACHIN SHOP,
Which is now in suce. ssful mid caosplete operation,
and anls solicits an examination of h-s
Where lie has on hanl an extensive variety of benu
tiful and well-finished FUTRNITUElK, consistinu of
Muhoganv, Walnut. Roseweond, Maple and Pine
r BOOK CASES & W RIIING DESKS,
. Wardrobes of various Qualities,
SOFAS, SOFA LOUNG3,ES, &C.,
WASH STANDS, CRADLES, MATRASSES, &C.
Always on hand a good supply of well -made
Sash, Blinds, Pannel Doors, &c., kc.
TTaving se'cured the services of the most compe
tent wolrknien, I dip nat hesitate to say that I can ex
bib t as fine and ood work as will be found else
, REPAIRING nently and promptly attended to.
r (f I will sell the athore articles lon) ns rea-ainable
Sterms as the times will allow. Thoase whoil pay Cash
fr r their Furniture in A ugusta or iCharleeton will
not find -nitch differenee in (our eash eharges.
. (. niland inspect the above Furniture befire
Edlgeield C. II., Sept 5 tr 34
THE EDGEFIELD BOOT AUTD SHOE
Il K Subscriber most respt
i fully informs his frienls hat
he is still at the same old Stand,
and makes to order,
Boois an d Slhioes
OF THE BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP.
- Ali, on hani, a veri fine aeiartiment of
I)re-.s. l aub!e Soled Water Proof and Quilted
And, rs u-u;al, a variety of those FINE PITMP
r HOOTS. so msuch ani s-i justly admired.
All of wlich. in future, ie will sell sat the Low
est Prices 1or CASIh an-l CASil ONLY.
lie will strietht adhere ti- this rule in every instance,
nu tarnestly trusts that !N E will expeet hiin to
depart from it. W M. M CEVO Y.
Sept 215 tf 37
H, L CUNNINGHAM & CO.,
GROCERS AD P1 VI SIO MERCHANTS,
n AND DEALERS IN
FOREIGN WINES & LIQUORS,
HAIvURG, S. 0.
.E take this opportunnty tof returning thank
to) oeutr patrtonsanl friends far the very liberal
, encourageemit 11je1d invaers we have received fil
s several y.-ars past, and respcetfully solicit a coentinu
y ance of the same. our highest nins, and best en
1 deanvors wi~'ll be to merit aned deserve the pastronneege
i, of aenr old custerles, friends and thce publbe ge-ne
f rally, by caonductinr oeur uniness as wve lhave doe
a- hereo'ore, and inecresineg outr reput.tione f,.r
S Low Prices and Fair Dealing,
hAnd mtaking it toe the decided advantage of all whe
d~ f:evoer us with their trade.
..lThe increased paetreannse we have received and
.are conetinualdly reeeinge~ ha;s induc-ed us tee Bi1IY A
LA itltt Enel W ELI. AssOI!TEID tuck sof Goens
sin order to tmeet the greewin5 demnaneds and incereast
The Superior Quality
Of a!l Goods oefifered toe the Pithlicesat th's estaeblish
meent, is so wecll kngown thant very l.ttle nteed be saee
upiatn this subjet. But with the unity oCf LOWi
PHICIO.aend the VERY BKEST QUALITY 01
G;OO l)S, ise the system of heusiness the subscriber:
hare determnied toe carry osut This wvil he maisde ap
Tpliceblec to every he ancht of theit btusiness.
t- Our oeods iee all inest:ees will be wha~t they iri
erepreseted tee be-atnds wheen uold by sameplea, sha~e
. avways be itn cnetrmnty wit h the snmpetle.
rWe are con..taentty receiv nsg need leave in Stor.
a COMI'L ET E ASMOltT~ll'T set
- G R OCOER IES,
s LOAF, CRUSItD, CLA RFIED, ST. CROIX
-AND) ORLEANS SUGARS.
e ORtLEANS SflLUP & CIIHA MIOLASSES,
. TENN ESS EE A NLD BA LTIMOR E BACON, LA RI
SODA, ST ARCH, 80AP,
-WHITE WINE AND) APPLE VINEGARS, &c.
A large nssoertmentt Cf
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Ceesistingeaf Pipes. Ilairt ripeQSand Quarter Ca.,ks.'
Of the f..llowinig celebrated Birands and Vittes.
Oturd, l~upy & Co., 18, 1814. 1847.
A lex. S:gett, 1852, l1855.
blutaal & ('.., 1847.
- A zarnet s'ignett, 1849.
.i. J1. ltupy, 1848.
SOLD BORDEAUX & CH AMPAGNE BRANDIES.
MADEIRAa PORT AND) SHERRY WINES,
- JAMAICA AN!) ST. CROIX RUMS.
GIBSON's EAGLE W H IS K E V, AND
-Doasestic LigatorS of all knada!
rTue AanA~es~soENis eaf our Steere sire sue-l ats te
maske this Estabeihmant in fact the substitute oef thec
cellatr eaf every cosns'umer.
- I lOTELS eand piersons watling smacll assourted
lacts sef Choice Wie-s ead Liquors foer spieceml occa
$sonts, can be supplied at the shtorta st noetice.
COUNTRY TRADE supplie~d at the whoalesale
F 11[LJES~ cnn coemm~ema the best Table Wines
at vary low ptrices, n14 alsoa the ebenpesat seirtsot
W~ ines ;nad ltquosrs for culenry pnerpeses.
,PIlIYSICI ANS requirineg liiee Liaguers faor medi
- enil purposes atre particulairly solicited to call and ex
r amine oui- Naock.
-lWe ke-ep constantly oen harnd a
- Of Saddlles, IHralles. ilartingniles. Whips, Saddle
e Bjlanekets, lBed Blankets, several Cases of tine
-Sewed aend Pegged iheetts aned Shoes, Lee
,dies, Misseeseand Ch ladren's Shoes,
a Waterpreof Htcuntinsg and Ditch
er's Hoots, lBoys anal Men's
Br-ogatnsfrorn Ne. leo I5,
Fur, Waial aned Silk hlats,
Cloth, Plush send Fancy Useps,
Osnabures, Sheetimgs, Shcirtmecs, Stripes,
-Georgia lains. Gunnty aned Duendee Bagging,
hale Rope. Twine, &c., &c.
We solicit CASII ORI)ERS from parties not
visiting caur Trown, send will endeavor in sill instatn
e s to esti-fy ini every particular, all who conitide
their orders to us.
Persons visiting this Mlarket nere earnestly solicited
tee give tce a call beere they maecke their purchatses.
SWe are determiinedl te, mike it tee th -is. aadvaentage
by seellinig tham their supphees LOW ER than they
cant buy them elsewhere.
- 1 We will give the maerket price for Cotton,
and every other kiad of proeduce effered.
H. L (;UNNINGHAM,
- HENRY S0LOMON.
Hamburg, Sept 18 .tf 36
These are Facts and no lMis
I TT AVE just receivedl eaame of the best Otard,
Dlupuy & Co. HR A NDY ever offered ini this
market. Alro, one Cask of OLID PE ACII BR AN
D)Y, freom Guinett County, Geeirlia, warratee the
pure article in every pearticaular. Also, liighland
:Malt WII ISKEY,--the pure Scotch.
8. E. BOW ER-S,Agentt.
f Hamburg, Feb 18, tf 7
ILL persons to whomi the ostate of John L. Mor
Aris. deceaised, is lndehted,. will presaene their
claims ; and all peerseens indebted toi the said1 Estate
will make peayments teo the uitdersignead.
W. L. ANDERSON, Admeiniatrator.
tr.0 . taan r a
3. m. NEWBY &CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
-DALBRS IN -
TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &C.
Il. NEWVBY & CO., undetr ihe U.
is S. ilotel. AUGUSTA. Ga.. are now re..ivinC
and p.i.ning the I.\RGIoST, BEST and .\P1sT
FASII ION A 1HLlE AS-SORT.lM NT of
"EP.A."Eas A63.T"O V 3W2%iT2.L
EVER "if red in the City gir Aneutt, comprising
VERY VAII IETY f
Foor Go mlemenia and Yiouth's Wear. whicih ftor su
perior QUA LITY or MANUFACTURE eannnt
be surpasaed in ths aot any ther .\larket. In addi
tion to which. we will we<l kly re.ceive
from oeur tinse in New York A e ul-o keep con
stntly ont hand a LARGE AND SPLENDID
St..ek if r
Youth's & Children's Clothin !g
0i Ciountry .\lerchants and A LI. PERSONS
visiting A nuestt will certaiuly find it to ter interest
to examine tour Siok.as we are determinel tei ofer
'.ur Goods to the trading public (on the most reason
g"' Thankful fear the pnt kind and Iliberal pat
reenege that we have recevved froin the citizens of
Edgetield and the adjeinirg D1istricts, we hope to
mtrit a clonitinuance of* tle samlie.
J. 11. NEWBY & CO.
Augusta, Sept 24, tf 36 o
T IE Undlersigned haveassei.ted with them in
the Ready-Mlade Clothing Business, Mir. C.
B. DAY and 'l. A. iSE. and will continue
the same under the tiame f .. NI. NEway & Col.
HORA & .NEWBY.
Ave l.1855. tf 37
Fall Trade, 1855 !
B EG teo inlorm ther frend.a 1ir1d the public, that s
ithey continue the IRY 0001) business in a
all its brunches, at their #jld stmd,
290 BROAD STREET,
Where they are niew receiving a full and compito
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
l'urchase from the mnsest eminent Importers and
Dealers, on such terms as will warrant us in Luar
anteeiina those whii may favior us with their trade, as
gooledee Geols. nt as far pr ces, as can be obtained in
Georgia or South nrla.
Aemong our issortment will be found the richest
DRE1 S GOOD
OP THE sVASON, SUC1n AS
Elegant MAir 'A itique Graduated SILKS:
Satin, Striped and lbiil M-tir 'Anstiju.- SILKS;
Slendelid Satin Paid SILKS, nt w styles;
Pla:d Cliene SILKS. ei'uamit new styles
1 .iw priet-d telored SILKS. ef every description;
Illatk SILKS. in all widis. very lhenp;
Hiseluida's lRe -.etter b!'k SILK, b. st imported
French MERINOS. til celeers. v. rv how pa iceel
Englih C ASHMER ES. COBURGS, PAU
Rich lilaed WOOLEN GOODS.vIery desiraibie;
Frcech \ulshn DELA INES .e'lidi relers:
Figurel aluclini DELAINES and CASH
IMERES verey ebenp:
BOMJA ZJNES, Lupin's best make, fullassort
Black A LPA CCAS, very chi ip. some extra fne;
do CH ALLYS send DELAINES; '
do POPLINSanid Wale red SiLKS;
CLOA4KS of the very naewest aund mocest elecanl
designs,. in Cleth. Velvetr aird aileir 'A utique
frerni the mnost pepular Enmperumh of N. Y. r
Embhreeideredl sa psiin Crniee SHA WLS - 'I
Loenn rd Squaisre Woo~len SHA WLS;
Extra line atnde large BLANKETS;
r.eaw nrit*ed inhe de
Kegtro BLANKETS itnd KE RSEYS, of su
peier quality, nnid aexeerdtarly leow priced;
OSN ABUROS undr ST RIPES. fuaerory pries:
liecd HOMESPUNS, of thce b ait water and.
wirei wist flaeteores:
Ee~n lese atd Itreown IIOMESP UNS;
hOSIERY eof e.very des'cripriean, for Ladies',d
G-nt'~s Yaouulbs' aindi .\liases';
EMBR OIDERiES *.f the finest kind ; C
Fiene W hite FLANNELS, froim lowy priced to (
T1eav~x all woeo! Red FL ANNE LS. cheap; ;
Kentcky JE ANS andI SATINE TS;
Fiat. l-retnh C ASSIME R ES;
CALICOES GINGHAMS and CIIECKS; a
llamtnask NAPKINSusn.' TOWELS;
Sup, ri"r I t-4 I Jeauble DAIIMASK; C
lleasvc 8-4 Wthitensnd Brewaa DAMASK &c.
itih a fili and comaph-te nestertmierit eof i.1 Geooda' ta
usually kept in I 'ry Goeeods Iliouse's, teo whielt wea
woutld re.-pecifully invite the. attentione ii' the publie.
GRA Y BROTH ERS.
Augusta. Oct 1 tf 38 -
T 'I' IE Subehers]
I. c'ntiaue to buildI
-to orater, anal oh the -
BEST al A TERIA L* that can he proucuread, p
.Carriages, Buggies, &c.,
O LYEveIt SrYls AND lecutrioN. They nlso keepp
eeensttaectly ecn htand a linee :and varied ssertmenat of 'j
New anid Seconid-Hanad Carriag es a
Ig"REPAilNG nceitly anrd preomeptiy attend
Thnsnkful faor past patroenage. they heepe by giving E
d cue attenitioni to' their busintess and' the interests ''l n,
tlteir custm'e-ris, to conitmUe to receive a liberal sharee
"f pub~ie favor. C. MicGRKGOR,t'
F. L. 83111Thl.a
Mart28 tf 1 'a
Look at This!
I arriages, Carriages,
&c., &e. _ . &c., &o.
' ill E Subseriber st.I enirries den the Carrinage bu- ~
I sianess at thte old staned of A. BUsnINEL, and n1
would saty to the peeple oi thte ID strict that they I
nay3 set all tiames fiad it geoed assiertmeent of
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES ~
on hand. e'f his 'awn maisnufacture, that will be scald
tee cocd p~unctuael ensteim~ers ont ats resnasble termis
as they can be beeught ini any Seeuthern market. L
I have. securedl tihe servies 'if .\lr. A. lHUsnNELt., it
fir ahe present yeaer, aned frasm his long expaerliee al
ina the Caarrisia business, I think that purchasers j
asy expect sataseetioni in their work.
N. R.-I am also prepair.ed at all tiumes to furnish a
CO)FiFINS send 11E.\Rs E fear any portion of the is
District at theshoertest neetice. tel
B OOT$ A ND WOES. at
TIlK subscreber having losaited permatnently in et
Kte Stare next. eloor tee M r. R. 11. SuLIxtvAN, is
preparced te mnake tea order 6e1
BOO T S A ND S HO0E S,
A t the shoertest notice. anud of the very BEIST MA
TERI.\ L. be
lie hope..s by faithful work and close attention toe 1
busi.'ess to be eble to please all whbo may favor him
witha their paitriennge.
I will refer toe Mer. S. F. GOOD:, who is my guar
dian, in sill matters of busiees.
July 18 tf 27 th
Caution to all,.
4LL Personas in anywise indebted to theSubscri- A
I bets, either -inediviedually or collecetively. sire ah
hereby ferewarne~d to settle up at sin early date,
etherwise thaev will certainly have tee se'ttle with atap
A ttoerney. VWe have a lare naount of mnaeaey tea ti~
raise ini a rive~n time, and are necessairily comnpelledl A
tea pursue this course. Take heed, therefeore, all ye oef
who are interested. J. 1I. . EN N iNGtS, -
W. D. JE~NNINGS. -
Sept 6 tf 34
BLACK., Blue, Indelible and Carmine, for sale Q
Dby A. G. & T. J. T ICA GLU, Druggists. ev
May, 23atf 19
WN SURGICAL 1IN1h1fl
r HIE Undersigned would resliel fully eall the a
L sto their very complete und ensive Esinbli?
NEGRO68 requiring SURUICAL OPER
Te'i Builing is shinled ciorner of Jsark n i
- S.aviaih R.il Raid Delits; and in .ight (of
i oi* paieiit frm n is di.itince. inilmatsoist rui
.w Ile spreiil purpie lti wlhich it is npplied;
duce to itiie (O. ForT OF TilE SIRK. It
i Is-nnd hs i water-lisets in eaeli .ory to nvol
8-a' we'l veiiti;itted nd lighted wiih gas. Wiil1
d femal- iursesa, tie pnienlt %ill be sived inii
unavoid:ible ne vgle; its lhe inalment if NEGR
TERMIS-Fir osard, Lodging and Nrsi-ing,
tendance, Surgical Operations, &e., the asame as
Augyustiv, Jan 30, 1856.
Il1E Utnderisiaad have frmirnel a Co.partner.
. ship in busness. under li.- firn of SIlt.EY
VSI I ER, sit the told and well kr.own stand of
n.EY & ss. Corner aif .inrket said Centre Streets,
siiurg, for the transnetioun of i general
rocery, Provision k Cotton Business,
ihere we intend to keep constantly on band a full
ipy of G.Nils, sind will sell as LOW fur CAS1
an vther hasuse.
Or Stok coisits in pairt of the fiAllowing:
Clarifie.l. Crushed. Powdered. St. Craix, Porto
Rica and New .rlenis SUGA R :
New Orlaans and West India MOLASSES;
Java and tio COFFEE;
Irish PIOTAIT(IES fair planting;
BACON, LARI) aid lHUTTEiR.
Bagginig, Rope and Twine,
Shaitiennd Soile Lenther,
Maekerel, Kitts and lInrrels.
Ilaniikets. Neg oi ClIobths, Otnaburgs,
Saidles and Bridles, Wooden Ware,
Pepper iand Spice, Fresh Il'ice. Siek and
Tabl Salt, Tea of v riaaus kinds, Indinmo,
iniw Gltss. .ann, Linseed and Train Oil,
Paints. Ilifle nnd i -1aiatin, Shut aud
Lead. a gaouid ;ssortmenit of Chirs, Rock
aways. Office. Arm and C'hildren's
Bedsteails. Sasf..s. Feathers.
Mexican itid Peruvian Guano, Kattlewell's Salts,
Lime and ila.t,-r, Irnon, German and Cast steel
uis, assairted, &c., &c.
SIBLEY & USIlER.
IVnmburg, .an 23. O56. ly 2
RE E 0 OVA L
Of the Tin Manufactury,
E AR lia. R. T. f511Md ' TA N Y A RD1!
'1l1E Subscriber wosuld respectfully informa the
-eit7.izen aif lidgetield and the a-urrounaling I )is
eitl. that lie has remnoreal toa hss residlence, wheare
, has rceantly ere.:ted a large and commi~aodious
op, nnid is naow pareae to earty ian the
l ALL ITS lBRA Nuilh.s, such as Mlanfactu
*n Tin Wazrs fair Merehanists. ROOFING, GUT
EitNG. and sill mannesr aof ,10B WVOLK.
Alwaysu am hianid a ge~nernti asartment of
TIN AND JAPAN WARE !
IiT ielh ints suppjlied sat shorsatest notce and on
e most reasonable terms. Orders solicied.
C. L. REFO.
Ot 3 tf 37
Carpenter's Sheet System
) F Cutting Ladies' I~ressses and Gentlemen's
Cnats anal Sacks,-atlso. Vssts. Pantahains and
ies, taigetheir wvah Yiuthis, IBuys and Girls
areits oif sill kinds and styles, will be taught to
idis and Gentlesmen by at
'W Plain, Easy and Simple Rules,
ias tos learn them to cut with EASE and SKILL
y of the above mentionied Garmeants.
The Coapyright uof this State liss been assigned toi
lao. S. McN KILL. & Co., af tis pineie.
Persouns wisahing toi usiil theselves of this Sys
ntr ar wainting mnfarmatio~n will enll air heave thecir
rders at Mlrs. AlcS Et.'s .lilamer Estsab~lihment.
G;lEO. S. MlcNEIL & CO.
Edefield C. TI., Msiy 30) ly 20
ELLOW DOCK & SARSAPARILLA
S neaw past in the. largst u'rzed Baittles, anal isi ac
knawledgedl to be the EsT SA RSA PA RILLA
ade, as is cer~inled by the Wo~anderlidl Ciurs it lias
srfsred, thie originasl caspiesa if which are in the
asesiin oif the proaprietair. Rtememnber, this is the
ay true iad oiriginal article.
SCRtOFUL.A,~8YPHILI8, MERCURIAL COM
.AINTS, CANCERt, tGANGitEENE, RIIHEUM IE
'I3, iiaml a vaisl variety oaf oilier discuses sire speedily
id per'eetly cusresd by tih use of this medicine.
READ THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE.
TA s..ussA Co.. Ala., Jan. 2.1552.
3r.AX Sma :-t send yoau thias to certif~ Lto you ihat your
xtrat air Yeslow Daick anad dairsaparilla has pierfoirmed
o ihe motast wonderfual cures na mes thai las ever been
reeted on tian. I liave been alliieted fur fos ty y, ars wlith
ulptins -5 namy legs assd fet; at m *4$ itey gui so bad
st I had to go usa criichies. sanda In 1N49 1 had one leg
aputsled above the knee, in abaouitinainthisaller sty
lwr leg broke ait ini large eating andl runinsg sisres fromt
.kneetntou ot, and discharged a great cual of olfeni
eater.y grin alsuo brik e oaut in large bites, whlh
charged mutchi alfenis.rie aater, andl at alie same liise
vles t anal broke otit in age rumainhgsores neur.y to amy
ow. rTe maiser.3 thsat I liave suffered lfor thea .ass two
ars I cannsot descrIbe to you. I was ini such asgosny that
ever rested duig oris ght.
na October Ilast nay soin brought tie one of your bottle
appers: I read It, asnd lfound recoard of sonse wonderful
ares peartabrmied lay yoaur -' Extraici of Yelloaw Dock and
relsill." I seat.ian gait iwo haotltks ot it, anal coim
need takinig it. In two weeks. Is tty great astonaishmtenst,
sires all became easy. said I could sleep all nigll a
g had snit donie foir twos yesirs. Whsent I htad tKen
abotts, sly sires gail well as if lay exchunstmsenst. I have
iw used in all eightl bottles oif yaour '' Extract of Yellow
ak sad Sarsaparilla."nand I conshiter msyself wel'.
estreat all aof the atllieled to try thIs msedicine, for I be
ve it will enre any kanown dilrense in the worbal. Lay
ae all prejudice taI Justa try it, aind proclahan Its great
rlh to suaflerag manakindl iund entreat thsemto ti ake It, fsor
will cure alaem. .A1y ease is well knoawn las a large portiosn
sut Car -'i-, Geoargla anda Alubama. and iftan., should
ub' the nlove .iure, I InvIte them to cail on me, and I
il asow tem .hae sears. I enn lie found In Tallapoea
, Aa., onas .asie fr-a Sloe's Ferry. HGHS
'Thes Yellow Dock anal Sarsapsirilla Is -pecnllarly
api for temalesof dlellentle hesaith. resulting from lrra'g
air mn.stsrual dischsarges, and othier diseases peculiar
theIr sex. Thec proprietoir has In lis possessIon a great
imber aof cerllicentes f claraes > rformned, of the above de
rlpton. We assure the aflihited, that a hottle or Iwo of
.Gysot's Extucst of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla wil
annee regulate those dIfficulties and renew te nattural
P ut up In quart biotles.-Price 1per hoattle.
ola Whlnssaie nal Retail by SCVL& 111
tartres Street, N. 0., General Agents for thes seut'ern
les ta whsoma all ordlers maust be ailaressaed.
Bold also by G. L. PENN, Ealgefleld t . HI. W. B. GRlF. ]
, Lnm rest W ARDLA W & LYON. Abbeville C. H14
C. R!S EY. Laurensvillle:s J. F. PR ATT & C., New1
rry; IAVILAND). RISLEY & CO., Augusta, Ga., ;ad
.VILAND1. IIAlItALL & CO..Charleston,
Mar 28, 1855. ly 1
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
1RS. As G. & T. 4. TE A GUE, reseet
fully in~formi their hi iensds ansd paitrains - that
cy have just receeive~d their FR ESH Stock asf
ur and Genuine Brugs, &c.
d a will ha' ple'asedl tas wait upon all who amay faivor
em with their paitroniage.
Space will nait allow us to give ta Catalogno in thais q
ice of osur Stck aif lIruga Medicines. &c. Suf
eit to say, we have the F UL LESTnd
OST OO MPLE TE Stuck ever
~re int ths place.
algefield C. 1I., Misy 23 tf 19 J
"Econoiny is WenIt 4"
N 001) cla-an Rugs of every djescriptillaWh be
' purhaead at the " A dvertiser Ollieo." Price,4
es pr poiundl. Noiw, here's a chance faor almos.
Lry bdy, and old bachelor's too, Lis tankeioney.
April 18 tf ,14
[ARlY ?URl )jp]Q-FQSg7
teiition of Planlers and Slave-ownerrgenerally
hmniit in Augi la, Ga., for the accondditteM
TIONS or TREIATMENT IN CH!tDNIC:
id Fenwick Sireets, between the Georgik-and
btih. It is therefore conveiiient for the resetp.
on, througbout the entire plan, was kept in '
beiig *rtrnished % ih everyihing which eavi'
<spliMd wilh hot and coi baiha and -hower'
d fatignie and exposure to the patients. It Is
the coonslant attendance of experienced male
,of the sufferiig which too often is the result
DES in ordinary private practiee.
pr month, $10. For all NECEsSARY Medical
in ordinnrv city practice.
.11. F. CANIlPBELL, SUrgeon,
R. CAMPBEI.L, Attending Physician.
STARTLING, BUT TRUE.
NARNING TO EVERY SENSIBLE.WOMAN
Whty Females Suffer in Health.'
No woman of delicacy is willing to discoe. the.,peculiar
Ilinents incident to her sex, even toa most 'Inimate family
This mAesty and delicacy Is tmplanted by ature, and
either should nor need be subjeced to the rude shocks in
vitable in making known totheotersex thoseailments.be.
ining exclusively to the female.
Excepv Ia extreme cases, her senatltveness will sacri..
er health rather than her delcacy.
The consequences are serious, lamentable, and life-long.
Thus what at first could have been easily remedied, or
erhaps better still, not incurred, becomes a compueston of
lisease, not only ruining the health of the mother, and em
uittering her days by sickness, and suffering, but entalfng
roken consiltutlons upon her children, and embarrassing, if
tot distressing, the business and pecuniary prospects of the
tusband. Let every sensible woman
T.RB MOJ1INVG 1A TI.2,
as thousan-ts have done) by the bitter experience and maffe
ngs of others, of the dreadful consequences she entals upon
terself and those endeared to her, by her ignorance of the
implest and plainest rules of health as connected with the
narriae state, the violation of which entails disease, mlr
ng and misery.
Ilow many are suffering from obstruction or irregularities
Peculiar to the female system, which undermine the health,
he effects of which they are ignorant, and for which their
leliceacy f.orbids seeking medical advice I How many tsaer
rom prodapueI uteri (falling of the womb,) or ftom jior
unx (weakness, debility. &c.) ! How many are In constant
igony for niany months preoeding confinemeut! How many
inve difficult, if not dangerous deliveries, and slow and un
To the question, how are these to be prevented? what
hall be done ? the answer Is simple.
Let every woman ascertain for herself, without violenee to
ier delleacy,the nature and characterofthe allment(to which
the as a female la subject)the causeafroin which It mnay salse,
mnd the p roper reined lea for its cure and fuare prevention.
This she can do bypsesng a little volume (already
possessed by thousands which tells her what is the matter,
and tells her what to do for ii, in simple but chaste words,
and such as she can understand.
This little volume is entItled
TH E MA RRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY DR. A. M. MAU.RICEAU,
FROflssiO~ o DtS E AsaES OF WOMEN.
One Hundredth Edilion, (5004)00)1 meSta., p. 250.
[oY FINE PAER. EXT5A SINDINo, $1,00.)
A standard workof established reputation. found elstsif
n the Catalogues oe'the great Trade bales' in New-Yor,.,
P'hiadelphla, and other cities, and sold by the prindipsar
,ooksellers in the'Uniltd State Iht was first published In
1547, since whtich thme 9
Five lraudred Thousmad Copies
have been sold, of which there were upwards of
ONE KUNDRED THOUSAND SENT DY MAIL,
attestIng the high estimation in which it is held as a reliable
i1i00k FOR EVERY FEMALE,
tie aultor having devoted his exclusIve attention to the
:reatment of complaints peculIar to femuales, in respect to
whieb lie Is yearly consulted by thousands, both Ia person
andt by letter,
hlere every woman can discover, by comparing her own
ymptomns with those described, the nature, character, causes
af. and the proper remedies for, her complaints.
Thes wife about becoming a mother has often need of tn
struction and advice of the utmost importance to hsar fihure
ieaith, wIll fiad such introductdon an dadvice, and also ex
',la many symptos which otherwIse would occasion ax
tely or alarm. us all the peculiarlties Incident to her siuation.
ltia of course impractleable to convey fually the various
lubjects treated of, as they are of a nature strictly intended
tr die married or those contemplating marriage. The reve
atioins containeud in its pgshave proved a blessing to thou
und,asthelnnumerabieletterareeeived bythe athor(whleha
te is permitted by the winters to publIsh) will attest.
E&*ruct of a Letter from a gentleman in Dcjion, dM.
4.~ f e~ o herDarrox, May!1, 154?
- Mywif hasbee pereptblysinking for some three
;ears or Inore, in consequence ofhrgreat anguIsh and suf
s.ring some months before and during confinement; every
meccessive one more and more debilitated and prostrated
ier. putting her life in imminent dangr and whiech was on
hie last occasion despared of. I nsed that this state of
lings was inevltable, and resigne anmyself to meet the worsi.
&t this. time (now about two montha) 1 heard your book
aighsly spoken of, as containing some matters reaching my
uase. On its receipt and perusal, I cannot eprssi you the
~eief it afforded my' distressed mind and t1io j Is pages
mparted to my we, on learning that the great discvery of
I1. M. Desomeaux provided a remedy. It opned a pros.
ect to me which I1littl conceIved was posil. No pee.
iiary conslderallon can ever repay thIblgtosam under
o you, foar having been the means of Im arg to us the
natters contained in "The Matried Woman's Private Medi
:al Companion." B~ut for this,ere anotheryea would bav.
mussed over my head,in all human pbbliy my wifewould
myae been in her grave and my chldren let motheles."
In consequence of the universal popularity of the work, as
avidenced by Its extraordinary sale, various ImposItIons have
seen attempted, as well on booksellers as on the pulc, by
niitations of title page, spurious editions, andareplps
nfringements of copyrlght,and ether devices anddeetos
thas been found necessary therefore
TO CAUTION THE PURLIC
n buy no book unless the words "Dr. A. M. MauntezAw,.
[29 Liberty Street, N. T." is on.(and the entr lathe Clerk's
)ffice on the back of) the title page.: and bu nyof respe.
able anid honorable dealers, or send by miadaddress to.
L~r. A. M. Maturieeau.
Up"Upon receipt of Ojex Dorras "THE MARE1ED.
WEOMAN'S PRI VATEa MtEDICAL COMPANION" isesen
awud~ ,frA.) to any part of the United States, the Caa=as
mnd British Provinces. All letters must be potpladi
addressed to Dr. A. M. MAURICEAU, box 194ewYr
alty. Publishing0Offee, Nol29Libci Street, Yo Trk.
W-For sale on Agency In this Vilage by Mr. G. L.
PE NN, Agent.
Dec 12 8m* d
FOR THE LADIESZ
W E have on hand a great variety of Colognes',
Ilandkerchief Extracts, Toilet Powders and
an assssrtment of Fancy and Toilet Soaps;
Pemmades. Pure Bears Oil, Hair Tonics, Restora
ives. and Hair D~ye;
Pleston Salts and Aromatio Vinegar;
Cream of Beauty, Carnation Roue B4 ..
>ilatory, &o., to all of which the atIt a cthe~
asdies5 is respectfcily invited. For ,le
A. G. & T. J. TEA(GV4,W gga
M ayy3231 %9
Brushets Wasas I
[N Store a flue varity et N'qj~p, Varnish, Grain
Lina Blendeza, Tannevs, Whitewash,' Crismb,
)usting and liair Brashes and Combs-Fles
irushes ud Har loygs-lialI, Tooth ad Shavi4 -
Irushen, &o. VeR. pipky.
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 93 tfr9.
ANEW and improved Style--aso, Nipple.
. Glassce, Brenst Pipes and Pumps, Nipple.
hields, Teething Ribgs, &e. For sle by
A. G. & T. J. TEA'GUE, Druggists.
Mtay SS . tf 1
}alvanic BtterieskNagneto Eleti
JUST received, and for sale by
A.Q. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
Qiipping 045s and Soariloators,
SLL kinds. Also, Laneeta and a great variety
1. of Surgical Iastruments, for sale by
A. G. a.T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
Eedicine Chests and.Travelling~ass
hN hand a feW very 4#ne family Medhine Chest5
J and4Travellipg Cases. Foesale by.
A. Q. & T. J. TEA(GOE, Druggists.
1ay. 3 m e 1a