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- MESSRS. COLTER & SCOOTER, Editors.
Let idle Ambition her baubles pursue,
While Wisdom looks down with diadain,
The home of the farmer has charms ever new,
Where health, peace and competence reign."
is YOUI CORN UP !
WR hope to have something on corn cul
ture from Farmers before long or something
of his own choice.
- OLD COWS.
The bones of those that have been lost
this present season, should all be saved and
put in a common lye hopper, and have plen
ty of unleached ashes put in among them
and then drip as usual for the best of ma
We will be glad to hear from some of our
correspondents on this branch of Agricultu
ral husbandry and especially from Col. G.
D. MAs., of E.
For the Advertiser.
TO MR PINEY WOODS.
MT. VINTAGE April 7 1856.
Mesars. Colter 4- Scuter.-SIa: From
the lapse of time you take to make your reply
and the interminable conditions you require,
I can see you have no idea of accepting my
proposition-your conditions of good hands,
food, clothing, Peruvian Guano, cleaning of
fence corners &c., &c., had rothing to do
with my proposition and as I believe a con
ning, crafty pretext to avoid the main issue
My simple proposition was so much land
and twenty negroes of discription, consist
ing of men, women and boys, with twelve
males; and the amount I required for their
services per year, was five thousand dollars,
and which left you the alternative answer of
yes or no.
But you prefered to require the above con
ditions to backing out entirely. As to your
allusions to lame and one-legged negroes, I
merely add I have none or ever had any
such, much less offer you such. You also
made sneering allusions to my former over.
seers, which were Leut. JoHN MIURRAH, Mr.
S. SARrPTON, Mr. Sm. HARRIs with others,
and from their long, experience on large
plantation. , I believe them to be as good
smanagers and crop masters as you. Now I
would advise you to quit advertising tales
which neither myself or neighbours believe,
especially such as these, via: " Four mules
with five negroes and four of these women
ind boys; and one old man sixty years of
age, on a poor piece of pinewoods land,
without manure or overseer for half of the
year and after deducting all expenses mak.
ing the Net Profits for the above negroes
for one year only 3200 dollars! Fabulous!
Fabulous!! Farmers oh! fortunate ye are!
Your lands and negroes are richer than the
richest gold mines in California, if such tales
be true. Now sir, as there is neither knowl
edge or amusement, in our scribling and in
trusions-on the columns of the good old Ad
eirtiser, which -can be better employed, I
shall therefore tip my beaver to PINEY
WooDs, having no further use for him, ex
cept to remain his friend and well isher.
For the Advertiser.
MEssRs. CoLTER & SCUTER.-I was not
a great deal stimulated in my exertions last
year, by the CoL's Watch, nor do I much
regret its loss at present ; but I wish to let
you know that some of us in the neighbor.
hood of Liberty liill (where land is so much
underrated, that it is allmost entirely unsalea
ble,) tried to farm some the past year, as
well as PaqBY Woons, CAMBRIDGE and DARK
CoRNER. -I cant, or shall not at least, boast
of any thing at all, for my crop will show
for itself, as will be evident from the follow
ing figures which will cope with any as yet
-"out." The Gross Proceeds of the crop
were as follows.
Cotton 22,000 lbs. sold for-....1980,00
Cjorn 1,500 Bushels which with Peas
shucks fodder &c., worth...1,500,00
Ratatoes 300 Bushels..........150,00
Wheat 50d40................. 75,00
Oats 800 do............... 400,00
Pork 4000 16s...............320001
Gotton Seed 1600 Bushels....... 240,00
Total ................. $4,465,00~
Net per hand............. 51833
All my negro clothes were made at home.
I employed no overseer.
The above crop was made with 9 hands
and 6 horses and mules. If any one wishes
to know how I made my crop they are re
spectfully invited to come and see for them
selves, as I dont feel myself able to dictate
to the enlightened District of Edgefield.
The above is a true statement of the crop
made on my plantation last year.
The above Communication is just the
thing we wish to draw out of our practical
and experienced farmers. If L. H. willno
give in another, the mode and manner of
culture, he wil confer a great favour on us
and.os readers. lset us teach one another.
If we do not her from him very soon, we
wiUlgg up andstake up -owpr abode with him
till we learuthe secret; As no application
has regularly been miade for the Col.'s Watch
according to the advertisement, and if none
should be made and our eorrespondent will
comply, witha be above- request we will go
PAfd sesgims and saary, him the watch..
3fs. Ibrris says het " dlrt'e"yae was
opymaid&-lttle over. a:;ear, when she
COT'fIN SEED OIL.
The proprietors of our linseed oil mills
have commenced the manufacture of oil
from cotton seed, and about four hundred
bags of the seed arrived here this week from
Memphis, to be used for this purpose. The
oil is used for burning. How far the parties
will succeed in their enterprise, remains to
be demQnstrated. We believe the manufac
tore of oil from cotton seed has been carri
ed on in the Siouth to a greater or lesser ex.
tent, for several years; at Natchez, we be.
lieve, one of these 'mills has been in opera
tion for some ten years, but, so far, the oil
has not come intto genernil use. The diff.
culty seems to be in clarifying, as it will not
burn in a crude state. Should our enterpris
ing citizens succeed in preparing the oil fom
use, it will prove a most important article of
commerce.-Cincinnati Price Current.
The Wakulla Times of the 30th uIlt. says.
"Perhaps there is now more cotton seed oil
used for table and other purposes, t an even
consumers themselves are aware of, to say
nothing of the soap, which is of a superior
quality, made from the refuse of the oil after
clarifying. On this subject, a friend, whose
statements may be relied o, writes us:
" 1 notis e in a Western paper, that a con
cern in Cincinnati has commenced the nanu.
facture of oil from cotton seed. I uill mean
tion a lew, facts, which may be of use to
somebody. There is a prejudice agaist cot.
ton seed oil, but it is owing mainly to the
fact that the seed having been extensively
used for that purpose without hulling-the
hull imparting to the oil a bitter taste, and a
gumumy subtanace, which injured it for dry
ing, and causes a smoke when burning.
Notwithstanding this, quantities of this oil
have been mixed with linseed and lard oils,
and the buyers have been none the wiser for
it. Some three years since a friend of mine
commenced the manufacture of oil froim
cotton seed. The seeds were first perfectly
hulled, so that nothing but the meat of the
seed was used.
" Alter the oil was extracted, it went
through a clarifying process, (a simple one,
but very perfect,) leaving it as clear and as
pure as the- best olive. For burating it has
no superior, as it gives a clear, brilliant light,
without smaoke, and for the table it can
scarcely he surpassed, for it has deceived,
and is stilldeceiving, many good judges of
the article. Indeed, my friend assured me,
that he was unable to fill all the orders for
oil put up f'or the tabile-but, he added, we
dare not call it Cotton Seed Oil, lest it might
prejudice the sale.
" We, of the cotton growing States can
safelv feel ourselves perfectly independent
of the world for oil for all purposes."
AvoID SLANG WoRDs.-There is no wit,
says t..e auther of the behavior botok, " in a
lady to say snooz," instead of nap-in cal
hang pantaloons "pants" or genatlemen ' gents"
-in saying of a man whose dress is old, that
he looks "seedy,"-and in alluding to an
amusing anecdote or a diverting incident, to
say that it.is " ric." All slaig words are
detestable from the lips of ladies. We are
always sorry to hear a young lady say suach
a wvord as "paolkinig," whent she tells of hav
img engaged in a certaint danace, to', fashion
able not long since, but happily, now is go
iaag out, amid amaost Lanished from the best
society. T'o her honor be it remetmberd,
Queen Victoria has prohibited the polka be
ing danced in her presence. Hlow cama a
genteel girl say, " last anight I was paolkinag
with Mr. Bell 1" or " Mr. Cope asked mne to
polk with himi' Its coar se and ill-soundimng
namme is worthy of the dance.
We have little tolerance for young ladies,
who, having in reality nteither wit tnor humor,
set up for~ both, amnd have nothaimng of thme
right stockl to go upomn, substituto cnarsenmess
amnd imtpertinetace (not to say iampudenace) amnd
try to excite lau'ghter, amad attract the attena
ion of gentlemen, by talkimng slang. Where
do they pick it upi Fromi low new spai.er
or fromn vulgar books. Surley naot from lo
comp~anions. We have hear d of onae of those
ladies, whean ber collar chanced to lie pinnied
awry, say that it was pinnmed on druank -also,
that her bonnet was drumik, meanimng ero'ak.
ed on her head. When disconserted, she
was floored. When submitting to a thinig
utwillingly, she was brought to the scracta.
Sametimes, " she did things on the sty."
She talked of a certain great vocalist " sig
ing like a beast." She believed it very samart
anad piquant to use these vile expresionms.
It is true, when at partim-s, alway-s lad half a
dozen gentlemen about her, their cnriosity be
ing excited as to what she wvould say next.
And yet she was a womnan maf mamny goond
qualities; and onace boasted of having always
lived in society.- T'he Ladies' Paper.
SULP'HUR FOR TREEs.- ight years aigo
last spring, the " borer" attacked several ho
cst trees, which were baekwamd amnd sickly.
I set to work and itmmediately trimmmed them,,
shaved off' the rought outer haark from the
ground to a short distamace above the first
limb, aid then scraped amid washed the
branches with ant alkalinme lye to remomve the
surf, destroy thte larva of insects, and pro
mte a more free contact with the atamos
phere. I then took a sharp bit and binred a
hole in each tree close to the ground, amnd
extended to the centre of each truaik. Tlhese
I filled wvith cotmmoni flour of sulphur, einsinag
them witha thimn wooden disks, amid sealinag
themi over with wax to' exclude the air. The
effect of this treatmenit was magical. The
borer disappeared ; the foilage soona expanided,
and assumed a deep rich color, amid durinag
the season there was an unusual deposit air
increase of woaody matter. Sulphur. I be
lieve, is hut one of many other agents which
mi~ht be applied wich success in agriculture
and horticulture. We want more experi
ments of this character, in order to extend
our knowledge, for, in mny opiniona, theyre is a
remedy for every disease, if we knew where
to find it, both for the vegetable and amimnal
kingdom. The sulphur placed in the trees
was no doubt taken up) hy the sap, and dis
tributed through all their cells. It is neces
sary that a sharp bit should be employed for
oring the holes, so as to cut cleatn through
the mimnute tubes, and naot bruise them, in
order to let the sap flow freelv, which it
others ise would if a dull tool were used,
because it would squeeze amid close up the
mimute tubes .or bores of the trees in the
same mannier that a dull knife makes a wound
more dificult to heal thamn a sharp one.-Sci
ORcHARD.-Look well to peach trees, and
see that the peach worm is not at work.
Pour boiling water on the lower part of the
trunk near the ground, and if a sufficient
quantity be used it wvill cook the orm with
out injury to the tree ; we have.tried it fair
ly, and are well convinced that eveni three
gallons of hoiling water may be so used
without injury, to each tree.
Place the salt and lime mixture, as recoin
mended in vol. i., about peach trees; and if
the hortening-in of peach, apricot, and nec
tarine trees, was ngleeted last month, attend
to it this momtb.
Manure trees, and recollect that they re
uire cultivation. Attend to preparation of
icsearly.,1 and raft such trees as require
BE NOT AFRAID.-Be not afraid of be
ing seen in your " shirt:leeves," "or witl
a " brown coa," or a pair of "stitch down"
shoes on. Be not afraid of riding in an tolt
buggy, or d:ning on a pine table, or sittini
on a split-bottomed chair, or sleeping (in fit
sunmner-tiene) on a mattress better this that
to have to 'eed the sheriff's horse twice v
week. Be not afraid ol being called stingy
because you will not buy a fine coat whet
you are not able to pay for it. When you
see your neighbor's fence down, lie not aifrait
to get off your horse and put it up. Be no
afrah or being called "selfish" because you
do not visit your neighbors when you hav<
more than you can do at hoine. Be no
afraid of being called a " nechanic." B
not afraid to acknow:edge that you have ti
work for a living. Be not afraid to work
Be not afraid of being called pour when yoi
can't help it.
If you are not able to obtain a collegiate
education he not afraid to lay siege to th<
fortress of knowledge. or to storm the cita
del of Science single handed. When you
sweetheart gives you the " mittens" heeaust
you are poor, be not afraid to "turn up you
iose" and say to yourself " bless her prett;
little soul let her rip!"
FLY PoisoN wrruour ARsENic.-Th
following preparation is mnch used in En
rope l'or the destruction of flies:-Quassin
eight parts; water, five hundred parts; mn
lasses. one hundred and twenty.five parts
Boil the quassia and water ten minutes
strain and add the molasses. The preparra
tion can easily be made by any one. Flie
are attracted by this and soon killed.-Nem
York Working Farmer.
ENST9 AEB 293 a
OPPOstra NtAB NIC HALL,
zROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.
C M. .A.1.L "E-.0 cef R O'w.A. I
Are reeiv.ltg the- r 'ull -toek If
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,.
CARPET BAGS, &c., &c.
Our Stock will comprise all the most fashiemnhle at
tiec-s, and those that can be recommenvded fur dura
bility. Also, i large and superior lot of
Men's Rip BROGANS and Women's Lenthe
We feel confilent that we cn show one o f ti
EST ASSORTED Stock of Goods that has ev
been in our City, and requ:st our customlers ar
friends to give us a call befire purchasing.
A ug 29 tf 33
CITY HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GA.
T 11s flotel is now in successful o1peration
havincg been recently new-furnished and em
The Proprietor, also, with a view of su:ting thi
wishes of its Guests. la-tsecured the services of N1
GLRION FARI(O, so long and faverably kiow'
a-k Prosprietor of the " United States I listel," lier
and the " Marshall Illouse," in Savannah. .11
FARGo brings with him greit experinticse aid vvr
popuhar maimere with the trav. hug public; al. u
which contsidered. in additin to the peculiar ;a,] var
tages of the' CITY HOTEL. ns a Sammer Heouse
with its finely ventilated Chambers aid spneciot
1lalls, will make it a pint eagerly to be sou.ht --r b
the traveler unad c tizen. dur.ing thea e'nmiing sensaoi
The particular constructein or the hlouse giv'es
gr, tat advanstage over ainy of the ho.lels in the eit;
for vetntilatioen ; a quality which is so h.ghly nieces
sary, here, at all sesa-ons.
liaving~ the se ad antaeges, with a set of the bes
Cooks which could be procured itn Charlestin. wit
ether assisnuts of a like mn rit, the und~ersizne
purpose to sustain for th- CITY I hOTE L, the ehna
noter oIf being a house for the people-select, ordee
lyand well appointed.
With re'gned to loention, it is very cetntratl. It ,
in the business part eef the C.ity. and imedi~latel
cpposite the South Carolina Riutrond I iepoet.
W. P. ST A h|R, Properietor.
March 12 61 9
C. N. WRIGHT, DENTIST.
O'FFIt'E eover Messrs. CAnatt enEA L
&BEAN's h ardware Store, uiroad
street, A ugusta, Gti.
All o'periationis pertining t0 Dentistry wiill be a
tended to with promnptness, and to the entire~ seti
faction of all wh' many favoer htim wit h their paitroe1151
gg' Ge'ld Plate and Wire, Clasp MeItal, Solde:
&c., furnisned to l~entists for Casha.
A ugauta, Msay 1 ly 16
A LL persons to whom the Estate of .tta
Weathersby, edecenesed, is inadebted a i~lpr
sent their a'laims, anad all persions inadebtedl ti, ili
aid Estate, wial mnake paymtents to the umalersignaee
WV. L. A ND ElSON, Admeintistrateor
Nov. 21, 185 .tf 45
N ot i e.e
IAMdiyrcemiving no Sprting Stock cotnsistit
of eeryartcleusu .lly kept in or bate ef lBus
ness, which will be mso.d at Messrs. Lambttek
Geooper's Csash prices. Aemngi mty Stock i. the
Best Assorted Liquors and Wines,
Ever ofit-red in Hambenurir, which will be sold a<t
cording to quality and not Brand.
S. E~. IBuWERS, AGENT.
Jan 30 tf3
rf'H E STOR E IIOUS.next F~a.t of R. H. Su
i livain's, 30 feet front and 60 d..p, c"'ntai.n tn
three ruotms below, one aboeve. anud a good cellair.
THE TAN YARI) and Lot aadjoining, and eor
taining about three acres.
ONE LOT on the branch adjuitming C. L~. Refo.
it. 'T. AIS.
Oct 2 ft a
STATrE OF N'OUTlH UC OLlINA,
John L. Doebey,
Sarah Morris und ethiers. Bill ro'rPairtition.
Matilda Dobey nndl others.
I T appesaring that the Defendants Martha Cosipe
.John I inekins, Edward Ih)aekins, .Iamees Dit
kine,. Simemen I inkis, liebecca Mcteekitn smd he
husband Isomn Mteleekin, Mlarssare~t Mce.Klkin -.n
her husbaand Alexauder Me1Alcvkin, Sarath WVikim
son atnd her husbaned .Iohn Wc~ilkinason, anid leuhe
Cooper and his 1vife. Russa, re'side witheout the liin
its of this Stale, viz: in Russaell C~outy.ina the Stsat
of Alabama: tn Motieen eof Me-saraUsarroli & Its
cen, it iis Ordered that the saidl lefen.lanits plest.
answer eor demur to thme Ilill of Comeplaintt itn th
ase within three mothts from thme paublientioen
this oader, or en defau't thereoef that the suid Hi
be taken pro confenao against theme.
A. 8IMKINS, c~r. D.
Feb 25, 1856. 3'a 7
State of' South Carolina,
5s. Bill for Part itios
Robt. Meriwether and others
j T appearineg to the Ceemmissioaer thast the Defer
dants, IFranecese Lrmes, 1). I,. Louis and wil
Martha, ('arob'ne Meriwet her, Mooidy .Meariwethe
Auustas Meriwether. Msary -Iones aned hert hu
and Augustus Jonesc, Suiatn M'.eriwether, --
Meriwether, M lrs. - Becene wife of --ote
Sigl'en llimsand his wife M~tatilda Mimis, re-ide le
yond the limnits of thais State': Oni me'tion by '.1
MoIAuxE, Solbeitor, ht is Ordered, that the ai
defendants do plead, answ'er or' demuetr to the Hi
of Gomnplainat fied ina this cease withain three monti
from the date of this publiention eor judgment pi
cnfesso will be entered against thiem.
A. SI.\KINS, C.E.E.D.
March 10, 1856. 3ms 9
.A. C.A. 2423
T HIE Undlersigtned returns has sincere thanks I
his friends for their patronage whale loecatedei
Hasnburg, and hereby informs them thsat lhe can b
found (after 1et September next,) at the House<
WARD) B3URCH AR D & CO., opposite the Ms
sonic la, A ugusta, Ga., where he would be hanpp
to seesand serve them, and where a FULL an
Complete Stock of Dry Go ods,
can always be founud. which will be sold as LOY
as from any Houase in the City.
M, A. RANSOM.
rImssnur, Auk4or, if '
EDGEFIELD MACHINE SBOP,
JOHN M. WITT
1.k pI edure m
calling the aiten
tion of the e.tizens of Editefield Distriet, to his
Which is now in snee. silul tid evsemplete operation,
and ils- soliciis an exnminntion 4f is
Where lie Is tnil hinl an i xtensive variety of benu
tilul and well-fi'shed F*IRN ITURIE, consistinui of
iMlihoLv, Wahtut. Ro11s'*weood, -laplte and14 Pine
BOOK CASES & WRITING DESKS,
Wardrobes of various Qualities,
SOFAS, SOFA LOUNGES, &C.,
WASH STANDS, CRADLES, MATRASSES, &C.
Always tin hand a goid supply f well -made
Sash, Blinds, Pannel Doors, kc., &c.
1tavine secure'd the services of the most compe
tent workmeii, I dip n..t leitate ito wsy that i cnni ex
hih t as fine and eod work as will be foeund elee
RiEPA1RING neatly ind preonpily altendedal to.
W. I will aell the ahove articles eni ns rea-ennble
terms as the tiees will allow. Theme whis pay Csh
fi1r thsir Furi a ure in A usita esr t hr liesinell will
nt fined -mch diffirencee in our cmh chIearge-s.
W -111- and inspect thei above Furniture before
Elgelield C. II , Sept 5 tf 34
THE EDGEFIELD BOOT AIMD SHOE
' II F. Subscriber met r, sliet
I fullY inliris his fr1ien-lu tiat
he is still at the sane old Stand,
and mauke te order,
B1o ots and S!ih oes
OF THE BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP.
Alsoi on imnd, a ver% fine a-ssritment of
Dreps. I ub e S-,lvd *Water Preuof and Quilted
Ilsttomi iht 1)TS ;
And, rs u-aul, a v.iriety of thse FINE PITMP
r BOOTS. so much ani s.. ju.-ty ;inmired.
All (if whi--i. in itulre, lie will sell -at tle Low
ect Prices lor CASH an.,I CASil ONLY.
lie wili stritl aidlire tie this rule iii every instane.
and earnustly trusts that NONE will exiemt him to
depirt friui it. WM. M cEVO Y.
Sept 25 tf 37
He L. CUNNINGHAM & CO,
GROCERS AD P 1VI SI MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
FOREIGN WINES & LIQUOR.S,
HAMBURG, S. 0.
E take6 ti opportit ty oil returning tiatiks
V tie ur patrinIs and frudie foer the very liberal
encourrIemient anSd faviors we have receivedl 1;.r
setveial years peast, and respsectfully solicit a contiilu
nnce o the imieei. I fur higheit iims, ind best e
denivirs wvdl be~ to mlerit need deserve the piatronuage
sf cier sidl etionelcier, friends anthe p..ubbe re ne
ru:ty. by coeiiiueiinu eeur eusicees asi we th.ave donie
- hlerete'ore, antd increa-inig eur re~pnt.ition ltar
Low Prices and Fair Dealing,
tA nd nm~kinig it to the diecided adlvanatage of aill who
heo ire sdtoae. we have received andI
-are cntinuaclly receivingl hcas indciedi us teeI B'Y .\A
.A it; E ni W E LL ASSOilTI El Steek oef flccds.
mn erdler to mieet the grminlg deimands sud inevrentse
The Superior Quality*
(Of n'l Goodlis eifl'e'red tee tile Ptutblie at tic s estaiblish-'
meat, is .o well kinwn theat very hu tieeed be smdie
upes.ni this subeject. liut with th-- uncity oif LOlW
IPulf:K~.1 theili V ERY II|K8T QUA LITY OF
(GO) DS, is t he stystemi elf huas~tiess the subilscribers
arce determecied tee enrry cut Tii. will be madeee ip'
p!ienhe'e tc levery branc ofed l thetir busiesst
O ur Geeeds ii alth itces will bee whit cIthey are
- rep1resetied tic be-mced whenvi solhd by smnspli, shcal
. nlunyshe 'it tconformci~4eity withI the suiniple
., c re Ccntanci y receiv ng anid have in Store
G R O CER IES,
--ee.Salitig eci -
s LOA F, CRlUSH ED, ( L A RI lED, ST. CROIX
.AND OlRLEANS SUGAiRS.
ORtLEANS SYILUP' & CnII .IlOLASSES.
T ENNIEdSEE A ND 13 t L'I'lOilE BACON. LARED
SODA, STAiW H. dOAP',
WHITE WINE AND APPLE VINEGARS, &c.
A are ;isstertmen'ct oif
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Ccsistong cf Pipe-. Ill i-ipsaml Qu sri-r a-.ks eel
Of the f..liwuing tclebentted I rands andi ViinLes,
Oiardl. Dlupy & Co., 18:3", l814..i847.
Atlex S gnett, 1852, l65.
MAsr t1 Co., 1847.
OLD lBOlDEAUX & CIIAMNPAGNE BRlANDIES.
MADEIRA, POltT ANt) SH ERRY WINES,
JA3M\lCA ANti ST. CROIX RU3IS.
GIBSON'S EAG LE W LI IS g E V, AND
Dosstic Ligqsors of all kimmds!
Tute ARIIANGEIistENTS eel eur hie, ne sue-Ia as toi
matke this hIslabilishmii ntt .n Iinet the substitute eel the
cellar ecf every ecner.
- I IOTEILS and hpersons watiniig simll assoerted
hiets oef Chocice Wine~s atic Liquccrs fo~r speecnl eceda
siecis. enin be suppteesd at thie sbotui' t niee.
coUN~VhtY TRA DE stupplied att clhe whcelesaule
Fr aMl IES cnn commnd~e the bes~t Tatble Wines
at vs ry low pirices, n<4 alsoe the ebtenpest socrts o1
'iines :11d I .iqui es fir cui.nnriy piurpi ses
,Pt I YSICI~ A ~ r..quirincg uise heluecrs f.r mdi.
- en purpoe. are* patieclry solbeited tee call and ex
rtnmine leur steeck.
SWe keep coensitntly sen hteimd a
- Of Saidilles, lirellcs, Matrtinii.ies. W'hiujs, Sadedlie
e Bhmkiests, lied HlanketsS everl Cases eef tine
- Seweed ande Peirged Iliseet- aece sec-e, La
, dies, Abulsseesuand Cht 1.1 rn's s5hoees,
a WYateirrof I huitineg ande Ditch
fen's Ifoots, He) 5 and1 .\len's
icroganxc fromai Noi I ioI e5.
Fur, woeel anid silk I hats,
Clesth, Plush and11 Faney Ust,
Osniaburgs, sheetmngs, Shirtenas, st ri pts,
Georgia PlaIiins. Gunney anid I )nee Hagging,
- Unie Rcqee T wine, &e., &e
We siileit C.\SII Ol)BRS fromil pasrties not
visiit11 eu r Town. inet wtilt endlen~ver im silt inistiln
e it to estisfy ine every p irtieular, alt whee conlide
thteir rers tee us.
Persons vititoeu this ltiarket nire earesitly seelic'itedi
tee give us at enll b~efoere ther maeke their peurehus~es.
We are determiinedl tec neke it tie th -ir a-vt-igeti
by seling the. m th.-ir supplies LOW~ ER thasn they
icanl tbuy ithem elsewhere.
- rr We will give thce market prior for Coticin,
and every other kind of pleesuce ctered.
HI. L. CUNNiNGHAM,
- HICNRY dOt,0MON.
Hamburg, Sept IS tf 36
* These are Facts amnd no M is
IlIAVE just receiveid~ae of the best Otard,
>f upuy & Cie. BR A NDY even tlt-red in thisi
-market. Alko, oene Ca-k eef OLD) PE.i\1ll I Ri.\ N
D Y, freim Guintt County, Geiruia, wareranteed the
a pure airticle in esvery pairticutar. Also, liilanid
it Malt WIIISKEY,--the pure scoichi.
u . E. B~OW ER A,Agent.
f H.ambubrg, Fdl 18, tf 7
LL persons to whomn the estate at Jehmn fj. Muir
r~ is, deeansed, in indlebted, will present their
clnimie; and alt perscins indebted tee the said Estate
1wiil make pnymtents tee the uniderciignedl.
ur l1. A m irIL;ON. A dministrator.
J. M. NEWBY & 00o.
WHOLESALE AND RET.AIL
-DEALERS IN -
CL 0 Tr H E,
TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, ke.
I .WEWRY & CO., under the U.
0 S.a lol. AUGUSTA. Ga., are now reesivine
un Rop;ningithe L-\RGET, BWST and MEOST
FASI I ION A 1L A-+ORTiM NT or
EV ElI -W r. d in th-- City or ,\ iusta, comprising
VERY VARIETY ef
For G. nireile-n and Yiouth's Wear. which for su
periotr QUAi.ITY or XIA NUF.CTURE eanot
be surpaased in h ia or ainy eother Market. In addi
tion to whcli. we will weekly raceive
from our t .ne .e aeirk te t l.- U keep. con
stanly lots hand a LARGE AND PLENJflls
St. ek -f
Youth's & Children's Clothin !g
-Country \lerehants and AGLL PEHONS
visiting A utLilta wilh v. rtin nly tind i': to Ihe.x imntere st
too examint our Stat-k.us we are determiniei too olir
. ur IoodIas top the trading pubL.e on the mot reaoun
r Thankful rer the past kind and libe.ral pat.
rnage thait we have rere.ved from the citie ns lot
Edoefield andthe n1joiniagV I ittricts, we hupt te
I rit a conatinuanlets tf the S1111e.
J. M. NEWI1Y & CO.
A ugusta, Sept 24, tf 36
T jF Undler-iened have ne.oi..teid with them in
thep Ib-ndy4-lad. Clothing Husiness, Mr. C.
1'. D.\Y and W.\l. S. AIIs$. and wll continmue
the same under the name 4f J. a. NzwBy & Col.
HORA & NEWBY.
Au g1. 1855. t' 37
Fall Trade, 1855 !
I)EG to iilto'rn, ilat r Iriemis and the public, that
3 they continu.- the IR Y GO0DS busasrss II
all its brancli, s, ait tht-ir told tsia.d.
290 BROAD STREET,
Where they are ntw receivaag a full and cotmphta
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
I'urciastd from the namt eiiait ft impt: hers and
alenlrs. on such iterms ats will warrant u- in uanar
atering thiose %whot may favor us wi ha the r trale, 111e
aen tt Gtds, nt all finar lr ces, as can be obtaianed iai
Georgia or Souti4 Carolmn.
Atmig ourt ass~ortmntla will be found the richert
UP T E sfA.oN. SUC'c AS
Eleganat Mtir 'A lttque tarduated SILKS:
Satin, Striped and FIt - lir 'Anatitu SILKS;
Sp.itilid Satiin P'aid SILKS. ii. o stl h
Ia d Cient- SILKS i leant lt.e siyles';
1...w prieed cotlor Ia SILKS. itf ev. rv iteseription:a
liback SILES. itt tilt a lihe. very U hienp;
Riseltt 's Re I .*eer b 'k SILK. b t ipt'orted ;
Fraseh MERINOS ;ail c.d. .rs. v r% low pl it.t
Engl,~i-ht ( ASH ME RES. COBUVRGS, PAU.
rcha rintta WOOLEN GOODS. very detsirtable:
Fr;ech Mu'ihn DE-.LA INES .-tlid eta.ttra:
igutrt-l Mluslina DELAINES and CASH
MERES v.-ty ebaetp:
BOMBIAZINES. Lupita's bes&t nmake, full asttrt
tilneak A LP A CCAS,veryd chap smane extrfasfine;
do H A LLYS tad DELAINES;
ali POPLNSandU Wt.r.-d SILKS;
CLOAKS ttr the ver3 netwesat tant aa..sat tealtnm
adesgtas. in I *'ltaha. Vel.i* a stad ~altir 'A tatiqju.
Ifrtm thet mos~'t pjtipulair Emptlata uams or N. Y.'
Emiid-t~eredltl lan pini Crntat SHIA 1VLS
l.tntand aa sqnaaaeut.a.a SHAW'LS;
Exiarn litne ni barge BLA NKE TS;
Net BL ANK ETS andi KE RSEYS. ifi su-,
aeerijir quaaily, anad .xceta r adney ittw prieed:
OSN ABURGS :nad ST RIPES. aitmy ptrkies:
Liei~.lebe HOMLESPUNS. 0f thae b 'it wvate.r and
Sa-n Ishnta-a Prow' n HOMIESPUNS;
IIOSIERY taf -eery de-scripiiata, tfor Ld'
EMBROIDERESr the ein.-st kind;Lde''
ie wh lite FLANNELS, from itiow pricad to (
trta fine :
ie-ne, till oea.i R.-d FLA NN1RLS.entp;
Ken'aaaatkv JE ANS tntta S A TIN ETS;
Vit l-'r.'noeh C ASSIM E RI'S;
ICALICOES GINGHAMIS utd CH ECKS;
I nwianski NAlPKINS san TOW ELS ;
Suit rittr tl-.h lastahl.. D AMASK ;
IIesav. 5-4 u' lah ttal Kroni DAMASK &e.
WithI a full aiind complllletteartme~tntUt tif al (.Gtods. a
ttani:ilig ka'pt illn 'ry- (On.ds I ihus-s, tato wlit' we 't
wtuhi re-pct i natla e ateU te atatantiat tt at' aanlli.
GiRAY BROTH ERS.
An tatb~ .Oct I tf 3
CARRIAGE IYANUFACTORY !
Ij E ubeahtsrs AlZIpt
atcontinut- tat build . .
BEST ..IT~ll \L thtaa enin he pn.eure'd, y
carriages, Buggies, &c.,
OF' EvKRlY Nrf~t.E AND I)EscaatrmlN. T'hie nilso keep }
intanatly til lamana a lite a.ad vanrawd tias.rtament Urt -
NeVw and tsecond-Huud4 Carrming e, '
girtEI)lllIlNG aetiy tatad prompltlyt3 itetnd
Thnsnkful Itir plast psnlamiage,~ they hotpe by giving r
dueti attenttion ttt aheir btus'ine's tandu the .nitere'sts of it
thiri a.u,'ttae as, to conttte to eeeite a libendt arute C
oaf pub ie revor. . C. AlcG RKGURL,
F. L. 8.\lrTil. a
Mlar 28 tf ii it
Look at This! d
Carriages, Carriages, ;
eurgies, " 13uggIea, a
' I' % ubscatriteaum~ csarn'li itn aae C'aarriaage huo
I siie--s tat thae aibl stanid of' A. BUuaaNaL. atd n:
woniaad stn.t ta thea. petpe' is thae ) Stret thaat thtey II
may~ alt tat times" fitd :a gotd arsss.,raiaena ofl'
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES '
ott haade. te'fut this w maanluactur'e, tat wtill bea staid
tao o .al puna'tun! ensaattmer. Uta tas resaso~nable terams I
as ah- v csan he tsaughta iaa unas Stuth.-r matrke~t ,
I ive secue.1e thte setrvictee of \r A . HususELt., it
far thte pres'ten-t year. and~e ftranom a hiang experaineance a
ina thea Carr'ate buasinltete, I think tat putrch aters
amany expect satsintioni it their wortlk.
N. R-I am talsoa preparedl at aill tiamest ao auraishl,
COFFh'INS tnta IlI \H 8 for tVtany pairtiont of the It
Disetrict at the sahartest nitiace. ta
EdgtheldC .II., Msay Ii6, tf 18 .
BOOTS A.%' IHOEii. s
T11uK Sulbse"-ber hiavinag Ieo:-nted rtrm mtlytii in e
I te Stetre ntexattoar tat Mr. Rt. II.SUmLVAN, is
p r ephaared t a t tat ai o r fi n eS H E
A t the shottrtest niotaee. iatnd of' te' vtry IBElST MA
I he hotp..-s by l'nitthful woark and chise attenation tot h
bus aness tot be aahle tat please all wbo may~ favor haam
wt*itht thte.'r paatnmngetart.
I will refer ttt ar. S. F. GooD1, whir is my guar
dia. m sill mtatte-rs of' businei $s.
-July 18 '-t 27
Caution to all,
\ LLPersns ian w idebted to the Subsci- -
U es either inldividlually on coileetvely. sre i
haerebsy ftorewarnedu to settle up at san early dlate,
ittherwise laev will certainly haave tat settle with at P
Attetrney. We hsave a lage aimtunt or meyL~ to ti
raiset int a aiven time, and are necessaarily OOmtpdel
tu pursue thi. cturate. Take heed, therefotre. all ye 0
whoa are interested. J. hi. J ENNINGS,
W. D. JE~NNlNGR.
Sept 6 Uf 34
B LA CE, Blue, Indelible and Carmine, frsate 2
Bby A..G. & T. J. T SAGUE, Uruggists. 0
uay 23 er 19
ND SURGICAL INFIRI
AUGU AT A,
r HE Undervignel would respectfully call the
LHo their very coimplie aid extenlve Establi
NEGROr:S requiring SURGICAL OPEE
The Building is situated corner of Jackson n
- Savnitml R.ii R.u.d Depois; and in sight (i
n irf palieitsi. from a distance. in its ensl rse
sw the apeciiil pstarpoi-e ia %hieh it is jspplie-d
1sduce to the ('O.\l FORT OF THE SICK. It
tls-aid hao water closiets in each mtory 0 nir
mos wes1 veniti;ated and lighted wih ga". Wit
d fm:.le nurse". Ine patient will be noved moel
r unmvidale neglect ln the treatment aif NEGI
TERIS-Fir flinard, Lodging mid Nur.ins0
lendance, -'urgical Operations, &C., the same .1
Aunswin, Jan 30, 1856.
I 41E Underi-mi-wod heave toorme-d A Co-partner.
shep in bus ness, under th.- firm of si H IY
l'SIl.IL. at th.- oid and well ktown btand or
n sI .os. Csnwr of .\lrket aned Centre Streets,
aiurg, far the iratiifiifon of a general
rocery, Provision k Cotton Business,
ilhere ea mtend too keep ewnstantly on haid a f0l
isn.l of G..ids, unil will sell as LOW fur CASH
any o-the'r h--se.V
(ir Stock essisits in part of the foilliowing:
Clar.i.d. Cru-chisi. Powde-red. St. Croix, Purto
Hiens aind New I trleans SITGA R;
New Orleans ani West India MOLASSES;
.iava and ii COOFE..,;
Irish POT.\TO-a for Ilanitiner;
BACON, LARI) nd IIIlTER.
Bagg.ng. Rope and Twine,
Shoe and :'sole Leather,
Maekerel, Kitts and Barrels.
Illatikets. .g it Clitilis. Osnuburgs,
Saldl.es and if rise-s. Wonidrn Ware,
Pepper atnd Spies, ,scsh Hice. S.iek and
Table ,-alt, Ton of v ri-ius kinds. Indigo,
Vinidsow Glass. I.mni. liinseed and Train Oil,
Pains. losd .r. Ife and I.astino. Shoot and
Lean-. it genil nabortmnrit o Chairs, hamk
aways. I Olice. A rm and Children's
liedsotends. sor 9. Feathers.
lexienn :id Peruvianni Gunii, Kittlewell-a Sals.
Lime aiiI Plat. r, Irii, German and Cast steel
ails, asssiorted, &u.. &c.
SIBLEY & USHER.
Unimburg, .lnn 23, 156. _ 2
Rt E IY 0,V A
Of the Tin Manufactury,
K ~ A R I a. 11. T 5l1IM S' T A N Y A R
PIlK- Subseriber wssuid respeiclfu!ly inifornm the
L i h. ao iigehtIld and thes rur' siun'lin I)is
is that Ihe hiaas r. melI to' his residlence, whiere
-s lias reei ntly erectedI a lairge andi iesnmmiodious
lany,. and is nuw psrsurnre toa enrry sin the
NA 1.1. 1'15 lihAtid t a, such, as .\ransufnetu
itga Tim War.- for .\ilsi-ts. ROOFING, GUT
EldISIG. anid all manmner iof JOhI WORiK.
A 1w ii s n hand a genisrnii n-s.irtmnent sir
TIN AND JAPAN WARE !
IIT~ .eh nits rupphiied as? shsorte~st notice and on
e miost resoniable terms. Orders sulicite d.
C. L. REFO.
Oct 3 tr______ 37
Carpenter's Sheet System
) F Gsustsng Lashes' t)ressses and tientlemsen's
C. ats andi eneks,-nisi. Vests, l'antniissmus and
aitsis toget her wth Yiiuths, Bsya anid Girl
lariisnts sof a-d kinds andis sty'les, will be taught, to
idies anad I tlent .- bily a
~eW Plain, Easy and Simple Rules,
is a im learsi them tos cut with EASE and SKILL
y sf the asbsve mieistinied Garments.
Thes Cospyright of tisi State hais been aissigned to
~o S. lC N Ei.t. & Co . sit this pliee.
Persos wishmieL in :itnit themnselve's if this Sys
in sir warntng milarmtioin wti I eall .r l-ave thseit
rlers at .\lrs. .\cN ?tL.s \lilbiner Estuib'isent.
(;-:O. S. .\cNEI:L & CO.
Edgfield C. II., aay 30) ly 20
ELLOW DOCK & SARSAPARITLLA
S n,.w amin ats. laurgeast s'zed Bsottlets, aind in ac
ksowledlgeidii to b the BEST SA RSA PAILLA
ade, ias s er:ifiesd by sthe Wisiderini Cures it has
riormaed. te iiraiinal cispiets oft wichi are mi tihe
sveusjsi.iif iih.- proprietor. Remembaer, tis is the
ly trr.- ai isriatl nriie'!e.
s:ROFUIA.a. 4p HILlS, MERCURIAL COM
AINTS, CANCER, GANGREENE, KH EUMIE.
'151, sund a vnst varicty if sithier diseases airs speedily
sad periectly cured hy thes use of this medicine.
nEA.D THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE.
TAL.As'usos Cso., Alas., Jan. 2, 1552.
DAis Sta:-! send yssu slthisa certlts tos you that your
trtL sir Yello~w Lisek anid Sarsapasrllla has perfairmed
ne o the smot wonade.rful eurs ssn me thalthas ever been
reted .n miani. I have ueeni altiesed fisr toity y,sire with
ty~osipsss namy legs andu feet; ms 15.4$ they gist so bads
sast 1 had in gs isi crulches. iund ini tl9 1 lad one leg
uputated asbove the kniee. In abotsii ine monsnitelsr m)
isr leg braea sut ms apin enting undis runilning siores fromt
kne to my ~t.aut, iscstshargted a great ceai of ottean
e matter. ly grinialso broke sau. In turge blies, whieh
ehii esd muasch sitrenss e matter, ainds at the samie timse
yefhamaisbroske oust ina large rnnniaiginres neury tinamy
iw ~Theisjtier., that I tissue sufered fsir tie at two
aras I eanntuot describe to ysiu. I was in such asgoiiy that
isver rested dia sir n giht.
.ni tet.iber last my sitn brought me one of youir bottle
laprs; I reasd it, andis taunsd record oft somne wsonderfuli
ures pesrfosrmied by your -Exirasct sir Yeilw Dock and
msjapurdia." I sen asnhi gist two bottles at it, and corn
meie iaking It. Ini two weekes.tni my great astonishment,
- ires all became easy. assid I ensuhd steep alt nigt a
ig I hadl not dine fsr twio ycasr.. Whsen I hasd aken
bittes, nay sres gist well as If by exchunnment. I have
w used In alt eighit battles sit youir -Extract of Yellow
k ousd srsasparila." ansl I consider atayself well.
enitreat all si the asnlietedl to try this medicIne, for I be
jve It will itus any knsiwn dhletuse In the world. Lay
des all ti.Judlee ansi jst try It. and psroclim its great
rih li. suttering maunkmdi andis entreast them tos take tt, fiar
will curia ihems. .\y case is wvetl known in a large portion
Sothi Cair in-s. Gessrgia andI Alabania and If anay should
uh the n' aye -'are, I invIte them to call on me, and I
il,.how l.am .se scaurs I cenn lhe found in Taltaspoosa
SAla , oine .ite fram hsie's Ferry.
7 The 'elow Dock anid Sinrsapaurillat is peculiarly
tapated fir femalesof dlellente hsealh. resulting from Igit
ty if menastrual dischlarges. ansd sther ditseases pe elir
*their sax. The proparuetmir has in hts pssest a great
imer sit certificates .t canres p rfosrimed, of the abisve de
riptian. We's assure the nlt.eteds. that a boste ar two of
. Guysnt's Extraet orf uliw Dudk andasasrtawl
sintse regulate thsise dfflicultieas and reanew the natural
gr' Put tap in quart bste.-Plc ~Ipr hattle.
it Whlstesale aind Reiail bsy SO L& MEAD, 111
artres street, N- 0., General Agentis fssr the bstern
ales, us whom all morders must hie addtressed.
SIId also bG . L. PENN, Eslgfefld C. H.; W. B. GRIF
IN, Lontmires; W A RDLAW & LYON. A bbevilte C. H.;
C. RI" YE. Laurenusctlle: J. F. PRATT & Co., Niew
arty: ITAVILAND). RISLEY & C0., Augusta, Ga., and
TLA ND. IKIRRALL A CO.. Charleston.
Mar 28. 1855. 1y 11
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &o.
)RS. A. G. & T. J. T EAG Ug, respeet
ful3 infoirma thteir Iatinds tands paltros that
iy have just received their FRESH Stock of
sure and Genuine Dr'ugs, &c.
sd will be pl. need tso wait upon all whoa maay fasvor
-m 55 wtiths their pinrsnate.
Space wall nut allowt us to give a Catalogue im this
e sit ssur Stssck oaf Ilirus. Medicines. &ca. Stuf
it to5 say. We hsave the F UL E ST and
IOSI COMPLE T1 Stock ever
ered in this place.
Edgefield C. HI., Maty 23 if 19
"UEcoflosty is Wealth p'
1 0015 ehain Ragus or every desefiptiosn will be
:pufillasit the 9 A dyertiser O~iee." Beine,
e ts er filn. Nssw, bsre.'s a chaince for almos.
efy body, anid qld bapgheor's too, to miake mosney.
A prln an f 14,
IARY FOR NEGR0 E3
ittention 4f Planters and Slave-owners generally'
shnrat in Augus4ta, Ga., for the accommodatiotn,
.ATIONS or TREATMENT IN CHRONIC n
nd Fenwick Streets, between the Georgia ani
bolih. It is therefore convenient for the recepr
ion, throughout the entire plan, was kept in'
being rfurnaished with everything which cas
iN supplied with hot, and cold liathn and shower
id tafigaue and exposure to the patient. It is,
It the conetant attendaner of experienced male
I of the autiering which too often is the result,
LOIES in ordinary private priatiee.
per month. 810. For all ItECESSART Medical,
s in ordinirv city practice.
H. F. CA.%1PBELL, Surgeon,
R. CAMPBELL, Attending Physician.
STATLG, MB TRVR.
WARNING TO EVERY SEN8iBLE.WOMAN
Why Females Suffer I Health.
No woman of delicacy ta wiLing to disclosethe. poeUr
ailments Incident to her sex, evem to a most Iatimate hmlly
Th i iadesty and delleacy Is Implanted by- nature, and
neither should nor need be subjected to the rude shocks in
evitable In making known to the other sex those ailments be.
loning exclusively to the female.
Except in extreme cases, her sensltiveness will seerlies
her health rather than her dellesey.
The consequences are serious, lamentable, and -lci .
Titus what at rfirt could have been easily remedied, W!.
perhaps better still, not incurred, becomes a complication of
disease, not only ruining the health of the mother, and m
bittering her days by sickness and sferIng, bat dauihnag
broken constitutions upon her children, and embarrassing, f
not distressing, the business and pecuniary jrospeeth
husband. Let every sensible woman
T.glB '.r#A " I.M T0 fnM,
(as thousan-s have done) br the bitter experience an4 al
ings of othera. of the dreadsul consequences she entais -pe
herself and those endeared-to her, by her Ignorance of th
simplest and plainest rules of health as connected with the
marriage state, the violation of which entails disease, suer
in and misery.
tiow many are suffering from obstruetion or Irregulartiesa
peculiar to the fem ale system , wb n derm ine the health,.
the elfects of which they are Ignorant, and $or which their
delicacy forbids seeking medical advice I How many sufer
fram piuAipsas uteri (falling of the womb,) or from .0or
Onun(weakness, debility.&e.)! How many are In constant
agtnyf.rmany monthsprecedingeonfinementl Howmany
have idiflicult, if not dangerousdeliveries, and slow and un
certain recoveries! .1
To the question, how are these to be prevented? what
shall be done' ?the anwer Is sin -
Let every woman ascertain for hef, without violence to
her delicacy,thenature and ebaracterof the aitment(to which
ahe as a female is subjc)the causesflom which It masise,
psesdbthouesands) whc tel hrwhati the matter
and tellsher whatto dafbrlt, In simple .but chaste words,
and such as she can understand.
This little volume Is entitled
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S -
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION1
BY PR. A. M. MA URICEAU,
paoracssoa or D CE AsKI O o womEN.
One Hundredth Edition. (500.000) IS mew., p. 250.
[ON FaNE PAP~at. NXvaA sINDING, $1 ,00.)
A standard work of'establlsheid reptatton, fomnd elasssedt
in the Cataleagues of the great Trade Sale In New-York,
Philasdelphia, and other cities, and sold by the prncipal
boaaksellers In the United hstes. It was first publised in.
1847, since which time
Five lindred Thousand Copies
have been sold, of which there were upwards of*
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND SElNT BY MAL,.
attesting thec high estimation in which It is held as a rellabis
lMt$Ji FOR EVERY FEMALE,
the author having devoted hIs excluasive attention to the
treatment of complaints peculiar to females, In respect t
whIch he Is yearly consulted by thousands, both In person
anal by letter,
llere every woman can dIscover, by comparing her own
sy.mptomns with those described, the nature, character, causes,
of. and the proper remedies for, her complaints..
The wife about becoming a mother has oftest need of in
struction and advice of the utmost Importance to' har fuature
health, will find such antroductton and advice, and also ex-.
ptnin many symuplans which otherwise would occasonanr' 0
lety or alarm, as all the peculsarities IncIdent to her siyn.,in
Illis of coarse Impracticable to convey Atlly the various
subjects treated of, as they arc of a nature strictly intended
lfar the married or those contemplating arag.The reve-,
matins coaiaanedi In its pages have proved a blsigto thou
sands.athaeinnumnerable letters received by theanho(wheAh
he is p~ermitted by the winters to publish) will attest.
E*tract of a Letter fronm a gentl a A on, OA~e.
D oay1, 184?
Dr. A. it. iiurteean:
" My wife has been perceptibly sinking for some three
years or moaare, tn consequence of her great anguish and suf
fering somae months before and durig confinement;evr
succesiauve one moore and more debiutated and potae
her, putting her life in imminent danger. and whc was on
the~ last occeaaion despared of. I supoedthat, this state of
tings was inevitable, and resigne m elto meet die worst.
At this time (no~w about two month) I heard your book
highly spoken of, as containing soe matters reachingsy
case. On Its receipt and peua, satepestoyoth
relief It afforded my da,tree tn;and thsJo e page
imparted to my wIfe, on learning thtthe great dso ero
M. Ma. Desomeaux provided a remedy. It opened a pros.
pect to me which I iltule conceived was possibile. No pemn
niary consideratIon can ever repay the obigstionsi antiunder
to you, for having been the means of Imparting to us the.
matters contaIned In "The Married Woman's Private Vedi-.
cad Compuanlon." Butt for this,ere another year weatld have
passed over my headi,ln all human probablitycy wlfe would
have been in her grave and my children left motherless."
In consequence of the universal popularity of the work, as
evidenced bIts extraordinary sale, various rampositiouns have
been attempe,s well on booksellers as on the pb~.b
tamitations of tle page, spurIous editions, and srettous
Infrinagements of copyright, and other devicesanddeptos
It has been fouml necesary therefore
TO OAUTION TBE PU3LIU
to buy no book unless the words "Dr. A. I. Mausresa,.
129 LIberty Street, N. T." is on (and the entry In the Clerk's
table andthonorable d ees orsabymlndddsst
Dr. A. M. Maurien.
0'pon receipt of Oxu Dou~aR "THE MARRIERD
WOMAN'S PR[VATE MEDICAL C0MPANqION" Is seat
(mu~lMa fAe) to any part of the United States, the Canada e
anal Britisha Provinces. An tetters must he P0tPid, and
adressed to Dr. A. Mi. MAURIOEAU, box 1 ew Ter
City. Puoblishing Offlee, No 129 LIberty 8treet, New York.
3BFor sate on Agency In this Village by Mr. 0. L.
Dec12 8m*l d8
FOR THE LiAMDESI
W TE haave on hand a great variety oaf Cologues,
VVlandkerchief Extracts, Toilet Powders ad
an asa,,rtment of Fancy and Toilet Soaps; ;
Pomaades. Pure Beats Oil, Hair Tonics,.Restura,.
tives and Hatir lDye;
Pr eston Salts and Aromatic Vinegar;
Creanm of Beauty, Carnation Rouage, Hair Do
pilttory, &c., to all oft which the attention of the
Ladies is respectfrlly invited. For sale by,
A. G. & T.,J. TEAGUE, Drggi
May 23 tf.-1
Brushes, Brushes !
I N Store a fine variety of Paint, Varnies, Graina
ing Blenaders. Tanners, Whitewaalh, Crumb,
D)ufting andI lIair Brusbes and Comabs-Fles1h
Brumshes and finir Gloves-Nail, Toothand-Shaving.
Brushtes. &e. For satla by
A. G. A T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists..
Ma y233tf . 19.
A NEW and improved Style.-Also. Nipple.
.tllasseu, Breast Pipes and Pumps, Nipple.
Shields, Teething Rings, &e. For sale bay.
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUR, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
Galvanic BatterieskNapetO4 Elqptio.
J UST received, and fiat male by
A.G(. A T.,J. TEAGUE, Draggista.
Cupping Cases ##4 Sear~oators,.
A LL kinds. Also, Lanhets and agea variety.
L.of Sprgicul Instruments, for isb
A. G.aT J EG
Medicine Chests and Trawlfhgines
ON hand a few very lip family MfedieIse~hemie
ap4 Travelling Cases. Forsle by
A. G. & T. 4. TBAGUFD8gh
May 23 tii