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MIESSRS. COLTER & SCOOTER, Editors.
"Latidle Ambition her baubles pursue,
While Wisdom looks down with disdain,
The home of the farmer has charms ever new,
Whore health, peace and competence reign."
I NOBLE TREE.
From the last Patent Office (Agricultu
ral) Report, we extract the description of
a noble tree recently brought over to Ameri
ca, and said to be admirably adapted to our
"The Deodar or ,India Cedar (Cedrus
Deodara) bids fair to prove a valuable ac
quisition, not only to the list of our orna
mental, but to that of our valuable timber
trees. This lofty and very graceful object
is a native of the Himalayas, Nepal, Ka
maonh and of regions as far north as Cash
mere, at elevations of from ,000 to 12,000
feet aoe thee eel oh sea, where it at
tains agreat altitude, even surpassing in
dimensions the cedar of Lebanon, rarely
falling short of a height of one hundred and
fifty feet, with a trunk thirty or more feet
in.oirumference. Its wood is described as
of first-rate quality, being compact, resinous,
highly fragrant, of a deep rich color, which
has been compared to that of a polished
brown agate. It is also of the most dura
ble nature, instances being on record where
its timber, employed in the roofs of build
ings, was found perfectly free from decay
after a period of upwards of two hundred
years; and pieces of it from the Zein-ul-1
kadal bridge, in Cashmere, proved but little
decayed, although exposed to the action.of
water for four hundred yearsd.
The loftiness and spreading branches of
this tree accord admirable well with the
description given of the cedar in Holy1
Writ, but not with the "Cedar of Lebanon"
of the present day. Its wood, which is re- 1
garded as almost incorruptible, from its
hardness and the fineness of its grain, per
haps, could be as easily wrougt as that
employed in the construction of Solomon's
Temple. The principal difficulty. with ref
erence to its being identical with the cedar
mentioned in the sacred writings, is. that
it has never been found on, nor near, Mount
Lebanon; yet it might have feirmerly grown
there in abundance, and subsequently dis
appeared, and given place to another species,
as is frequently the case in many parts of
the globe in modern times. It is regarded
by the Hindoos as a sacred tree, and, in
some places, is highly venerated, never being
--used, except to burn as incense on ocasionls
of great ceremony; but, in others, it is
employed for the purposes of construction,
Temle adTonthe ncperifficty, wfit wood,
eree eoa is beigl ornantiaih h edarf
cmentioneady in th-ived iingny isro thet
Uite ats esbeoun on, no near, except
thereiabudne elvains. ueqcurenlydit
has ireuently he civet itsn prgtsion
sadtuhelb ioder tmes.ed Itiregmprded
byote fnouroea asgo sfrm India, and the
waofEgyn placesid venerte nds bof
ruedabe nueen to ntasvten on csods
to great therey;uld ieun otheralfitfishe
epod fo the puvrpoet of ctheprction
af a malulimb eeigso tree. vaubete
haeIn adde to the ueorty of the wood,
tdoay is hih atrsmetal adayf
many arvdubevn to the n partosesthf
WUtd ntths southl oewth the~eae eime
t geeations.w governencouragemetab
linhinglanationis oftimer evral thou
sadbesof the sive-ak, ifavrabe ioateda
aycfessiyepit alnd plcdhte hbads or
Meiable andurs er n t tate No branch
pbiatetion tha thel raturngehl of te
prodc, to the gorentatthe exrtionty
woul thr he.B thuais meatns l uprds
perity miin prseerving is ofeace aludl peree
hav bee ddetoethe wneralth of ig
dnay oe hugh, at somes ftr peae,a
gratr subservin tfsisof tharposes notf
contrutio oeesry het hne old the nty
Wul: neot ashis mlsewortby hs simi
tation wan touse it." Wive-net equal)-rc
wesin lnatioprsse oit the wer asmonition
of theliva, he bravorleeofte, Cate
acceasl whoit floseng the fiar oentur 1
'uli ateniof youranctetr platin of mber
Aol foriponetu bin the naCouny Gent
perat, inurnsestervn filsopying recipeefor i
ting Rtheswhich edb not is wory ofit
Mnaloe Thoghyi timrt of pae, aIda
greaotonme of ships tof quarsa ot er
demed oneoceay yef the older Pacae. is
trues,~ who hachien psword chickies
seldo ntslkl to et it. 'iheuaoc
we arevimpsed th thae isoe disntioce
ofbalgyctha the ravs admie geti the b
doiaso, whfouied in aithne from ceturm.
My Thin ofayoisrtonremoastor .in ofhes
Ander~pnin in then an- shoender
ed, (byurivishegle nailsn recie ill
ing Rots which plae doubt nofth istyre.
ialmlaest an shertoeal, pas indimy
corno-oue whe shren areknicwn thaes
mer toeonetrance of the lratr. Weren
protecredae dungdhmer yorbrts andu
miousl where thide pigls and hickens.
will noturn dikeg thet atumn aspovs
fos hucmn scareins th onme acunts.f
greaite aeytm to mnbingsrrupt them pro
babiliygh the ats atnmiTe ettis, that
buts on, wolreat abe diance fotmy the.
yieorn ay isn tomemove tat one was bt
undehrpnndf br, and ataimhove underM
edm(by containgshi ne nseach ide it,)al
cidand the wh le arraen of th ixtrs
tin alslc int own helnds,. plers in mh
wo-ote were these are nowfulas
of thesentrce ofTheseae creatrous. othereb
thes ordiatry rvsin ofe tefide arec
well secred rn nth souctommetand
ice sually aespoil th edields of hpos.u
Theiturnst durin the atn as pose
ions baecostarci moteirualmmder hants.p
theiaon. - ae etoe.Tu i
bu onew aTYL 3 has beenherabumyp
oncentead, mad at a tmxue log ao. and
limily copreseut poeranto ann mull
ot suiao sae. to ueverul06 pois on
asiaretnic. there arc nuous oth carbi
id ad the pciedie of poitlsonous
lime, comrse h ower fit a mol
tydration. This remaining 56 pounds o
ulphate of lime, when hydrated and mixes
vith sand or gravel, according to the quan
it y of each, has an affinity for carbon, an
me> part in every hundred of the atmos
yhere being carbonic acid gas, hardens the
nixture, so that the brick will do to be lai<
n three days..after making, and become
lard enough the same season to bear the
treatest burden. The carbon in the atmos
,here more readily communicating itself ti
he-hydrated lime when moist, and every
:ime it rains upon the bricks, after bcin
>nee well dry, only tends to make then
1iarden when dry again.
IOUSE WIFE AND VALUABLE DOMESTIC RECIPE,
I COoKING FIsH.-In preparing boiler
ish for the table it is very desirable to hav
t served with the flesh as firm as possible
This can be accomplished by putting a smal
>iece of saltpetre with the salt into the we
er in which it is boiled ; a quarter of ai
unce is enough for a gallon.
EGGs.-Never use eggs, if possible, un
;l they are at least one day old, for tha
)art which constitutes the white is not prc
>erly set until at least twelve hours afte
hey have been laid.
TEA.-Black tea is healthier than green
Elyson and Souchong mixed together, hal
mnd-half, make a delightful beverage. Ther
s a certain poisonous matter, however, i
111 green tea.
AT TABLE.-Instruct your servants al
rays to serve a guest at the left hand ;
up of tea or coffee is thus received wit]
he right hand, and so of every other articl
ised at table.
A NICE DIsH.-Slices of cold fowl, warm
d with hot water, and then fried brown ii
weet butter, make a most delicious disl
br breakfast or tea. Serve quickly whil
BREAKFAST MEAT CAKES.-Chop SucI
old meat as you may happen to have verb
ine, and season it with pepper and salt
>repare a batter of flour, lay a large spot
al of batter in the griddle, which must bi
)uttered, and on the batter place a spoon
hl of the meat, covering it also with bat
er ; brown both sides and serve hot.
VIRGINIA CoRN-BREAD.-Dissolve o1e to
)le-spoonful of butter in three and a hal
>ints of boiling milk; into this scald one
luart of Indian meal; when cool, add
talf-pint of wheat flour, a little sugar,
ea-spoonful of salt, and two eggs well bea
en ; mix well together, and bake in tw
takes; tins well greased or buttered.
SoFT WAFFLES.-Three pints of milk
wo pounds of flour, eight eggs, one poun
f butter, some yeast to rise; when light
>ake in waffle irons greased with butter.
RIcE CUSTARD WTOrT CRE.ti.--Take
>ue tea-spoonful of rice flour, a pint of ncv
nilk, the yolks of three eggs, sugar to you
iking, mix the rice very stmooth, and stir i
vith the eggs into the boiling milk; an ex
client dish for children.
HARD TIMEs PCDDN.-Half a pintC
vater, two tea-spoonfuls of soda, one tel
poonful of salt, flour enough to make a bal
er, boil in a bag for three hours, eat wvit
To KEEP FIsH FRESH.-Draw the fis
nd remove the gills, then insert a piece c
harcoal in their mouths, and two or thre
ieces in their bellies. If they are to b
onveyed any distance, wrop each fish sei
~rately in paper, and place them in a bo:
Fish thus presetrved will keep fresh for ses
Grass.-Glass should be washed in col
ater, which gives a brighter and cleare
tppearance to it than when washed in wvari
To REMov~E UsTr FnoM STEEi..-Cov0
le steel with sweet oil, well rub~bed or
n forty-eight hours rub with finely pulvel
zed unslacked lime until the rust disall
Wiu-rE Watsn can be renidered dural]
.y saturating the watt-r used, with salt
acf or pork brine will answer.
To MAKE IIhss LAv.-Jf a tea-sp~oonft
>~f ayenne pep.per is given to a dozen her
vith their food every other day, winter an
ummer, the quantity of eggs they will prt
ice wvill be r~early doub led. So says D.i
T IME will soon be here fur every body to by
their G arden $ee~d, and commrene,, pre~parI
ions for an abundaint supply of the best of veg'et
les during the coming seasonis. A nd all who wia
Are respectfully'infor med that U. L. PE~NN, Agel
at the l4riek Store, has just received an unusuall
arge lot ~o"WEILL SELECTED G A R D E:
SEED-enougito supply the wants of his old eui
:omers. and some to spare
FOR EVERY ONE
i the surrounding country. A mong his enztensis
tok may be found a good assortment of the earl
st und best varieties of
Asaragus (root and seed) Beans, Beet, Cabbagi
Collards. Carrot, Celery, Cucumaber, Corn,
Egg Plant, Lettuce, Mielons, Onion (sets
and setel1) Okra. Parsnip, Peas. Pep por
Rhubard root, Squash, Tomatto,
&c., &c., &c.
hese Seed were grown at the well-known Garder
>f Conmstoek, Ferre & Co., of Wethersfield, Conn
mid as they but seldom fail to give satisfaction,
irst rate opportunity
Now offered to every family to have a plenty of th
ieat vegetables thtis year.
1D7 Be certain to call at the Brick Store, nea
loor to B. C. Bryan, known as
G. L. PENN'S.
tore, and the old man will accommodate you wit
he BEST of SEED, at the lowest cash ternms.
Remember, if you want early vegetables, yo
must let " Good seed and timely planting" be you
Edgefield, Jan 21 tf 2
SORGHO SUCH RE,
CHINESE SUGAR CORN.
IT surpasses all other plaats for soiling (feedin
. green) and fodder, on account or the gr. a
imount of sugary (aacchariue) juice it contains, an
greedily eaten by Stoeh of all kiads. It may b
repeatedly cut, like Egyptian inillet, growing off rre,
y and rapidly, after each cutting. It also stand
rought much batter than common corn, retainin
ts green color and juiciness after the seed mnature
A supply of Reliable Seed, has been re
eived by the subscriber,
Put up in Sacks at 50 Cents ani
jontainng sufficient seed for planting half acre an
me acre, each. Orders respectfutly solicited.
ruggist and Apothecary,Broad-St. Augusta Ga
January 27 1657 2m 3
CHINESE SUGAR CORN!
JUST-received and for sale a large supply<
this excellent C'orn. Call .
0. L.FZ Aoex.
E DRY GOODS AND MILLINERY.
J AMES H ENEY is now opening, in the store
- formerly occupied by J. K. Bancroft, (opposite
I to Clark & Co.'s Jewelry Store,) a choice assort
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
l selected from the best sticks of the New York mar
ket, to an examination of which he respectfully in
vites his friends and the public generaly. lie hav
ing paid p:rticnlar attention to the selection of
Dress Goods and Embroideries,
persons who may be pleased to favor him with a
call. may be sure of having the newest styles. His
stock comprises the following articles:
Rich i)R ESS SILKS;
Plain and Printed DeLaines;
Lupin's French Merinoes;
Plain and Fancy Plaid Merinoes;
Lupin's bl'k Bomhaznes;
A superior quality of black Silk ;
English and American Prints ;
Lupin's Alpacas, of superior texture;
Real Welsh Flannels ;
1 Saxony "
Plain Red "
Silk Warp "
t Irish Linens and Long Lawns ;
Scoteh and Russia Diapers;
lluckabacks, or 'Towelling ;
8-4 and 10-4 Table Linens;
Snparior Pillow-ease Linens;
Allendale, Lancaster and Marseilles Quilts;
3 A large assae tment of Ribbons ;
1 'Silk Belts and Belt Ribbons;
Alexander's Kid and Silk Gloves;
- Ladies' and Gent's Merino, Silk and Casmere
Ladies', Gent's and Misses Hosiery ;
A large assortment of Dress Trimmings ;
Laces, of all qualities;
Item-Stiltched, Bordered and Emb'd Handker
Mourning Collars and Sleeves seperate or in sets;
Misses Collars and Sleeves, seperate or in setts ;
Embroidered Collars and Sleeves, seperate or in
Infant's Embroidered Waists and Dresses;
Swiss and Jaconet Bands ;
1 " " Edgings and Insertings ;
Whalebone Skelleton Skirts ;
Enbroidered and Eugenie Skirts;
lileached and Brown Allendale and Georgia
- Swansdown Flannels ;
Ladies' Shawls, Black and Colored ;
Chenile and Broehe Siarfs ;
Some beautiful Stella Shawls;
Cloaks, of the various styles now worn;
I Pantaloon Stuffs. Umbrellas;
And many oth desirable goods too numerous to
Ti, which is added Mrs. IIeney's beautiful supply
of Millinery Goods.
- Mrs. ileney desires her old friends and the pub
lie generally, to examine her stock, as she has a
superior one to any she ever had.
Augusta. Nov. IS 18:16. tr 45.
MILLER & WARREN,
, Corner Opposite the Globe Hotel.
TI AVE just received a large stock of Fall and
11. Winter Dry ;oods, of the latest importation
and nnssit lashionable styles, consistinag of
Flounced Embroidered colored SIL.KS ;
t Rich lIrocade and Plaid Colored SILKS;
- Ficured and Moire Anique Black SILKS;
Rich Flonnced MUSLIN DE LAI\ ES:
CASH.\ERES and MUSLIN DJE LAINES in
f great variety ;
BONIHAZINES, CIIALLIES, ALPACAS and
French, English and Anmerican PRINTS;
Sllandsom~e Scotch and French G ING H A 5t!
Rieb, French EMIBROIl.)ERED) COLLARS and
Rich Black Lace COLL ARS and SLEEVES:
f" Jaconet and Swiss BA N 1)S and FLOUJNC
e lnfantsa' Embroidered W AISTS and ROBFS;
Embroidered arino CLO.\KS for Infants;
Rteal Vale.ncientnes, Maltese and Thread LA CES ;
-Reveire, Hem-stitched and Embaroidered 11D)K'S;
-Alexander's Kid and Silk G LOVES;
Splendid stock of Gent's"
Together with, an endliesa varif-ty of Gaoods usually
Lfound in a Dry fioods Store. We will say that we
r heave a large stock, anxions to sell, and will take
a pleasure in showing them to our friends and custo
A ugusta. Oct. n, 1856, tf 39
iHARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
--Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
IOlIN & TilolAS A. BONES, invite the at
C, tenltiont of' the* Platnt.s a f South Carolina, to
their stack of Swvedes Ironi imi~ orted bty them~
C direct from Swedei-A LSO--refined Einglishi and
-Sheet Iron tl ill I rons. Laead, Copper, Zin.-, Carpen
'ters and Smiths To..ls, Ca...t. Hi-ter ami Phiaw .Nell.
TIrace, Waigon, Log antd Coil Chaiins, Iron Axels,
] Iloes, llames, A xes, Nails and a full assortruent ot
A tAso--A large assortment of the most approved
-Such asSelf-sharpe~nintg Straw Cutters. Corn Shel
lers, W hevat Fans. Plows, ltirrows. Ox Yaakes,. &c.
.\ndl the largaest ;and best a ssartmen~tt of ltaadgers &
So ns CU T1LI RY ever a fere~d in thits Market.
y A ugust, Drc 2, 18S.6, ti 47
CLARK & C0,
OWifer foir sae their sykl~naltd new stoek of
SiLVE W4R, of all kind<-Ten Sets,
SShalliehal PI.A T EI WA R E--tirt quihit y of
Loodls in Castoirs, Cake Baskets, Waiters, Candle
Blirminghamn and American PLATED WARE,
very showy, and ait loiw prices.
SGOLD WATC II ES, of a'l gaaod makekrs-Coo~per,
D~ent. Tozbia<. Ihurley & .lahnsoan, Enigli.-h miake'rs;
h'rietting.. Matile, Swiss maiakers ; and J1ules .Jur
, L'ense*n, af Captenhaien
SI LVER W .\TCl IES in great variety; quick
beat Railroaal Watches, large. size.
Rich IDiamn~aid. Coral. Cameu ainal Miasaic J1EW
ELRY, all th-- newt it style<, with a large stoek oaf
Staple andl Fancy GOO) 1), at their store, Paast
s Oflice Corner. opposite the Railroad Bank.
A utusta. F. b. 4 1857 tf 4
" IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
.A UG UST A, GA.
HIGEIT & MACMYURPHY, continue
e the above business, in all its branches, at the
A 'IERICAN FOUNDRY, and will be thankful
t for oirders for all kinds
IRON AND BRASS CUTTINGS,
For Gold Muines. Mlills, Rail Roads, lBridges, and
h Machinery of all Descriptions.
Augusta, Dee 30 6m 5I
rANEW and imiproved Style-Also, Nipple
.t.Glasses, Breatst Pipes and Pumps, Nipple
Shields, Teething Rings, &c. For sale by
A. G. & T. J7. T EAGUE,-Druggists.
Maty 23 tr 19
A LL. thoase indebted to T. F. Colemian, R M.
tSeurry & S. Turner, will do well to come
forward and matke paymient by Return day, as longeer
indulgence cannot nor will niot be given. Those
who wish to save costs mnust pay proper attention
to this notice.
S.iann7 6 52
Hides, Hides, Hides,
a WILL buy 600 good Hides delivered at my
EDMUND PENN, AGENT.
Oct. 291856 6m - 42
I Cupping Cases and Scarificators,
ALL. kinds lso, !.anets and a great varIety
a fof Surtiasl Instruments, fior sale by
A. G. &T. .1 TK(GIT R.frugista.
ALL Persons indebted to the estate of JTesse
A Limbecker, dec'd., are earnestly requested to
make imamediale payment. atnd those havitng de
if mand.against the said Estate, will present them
properly attested. G. W. LANDRUM,
A4g27 . 33aifens
AND SURGICAL INFIR]
T HE Undersigned would respectfully r. tlt
to their very complete and extensive Estal
of NEGROES requiring SURGICAL OPE
The Building is situated corner of Jackson
the Savannah Rail Road Depots; and in sight <
Lion of patienta from a distance. In its constrn
view the special purpose to which it is applie
conduce to the COMFORT OF THE SICK.
baths-and has water-closets in each story to a
also we~l ventilated and lighted with gas. W
and female nurses, tae patient will be saved mu
of unavoidable neglect-in the treatment of NE(
TERMS-For Board, Lodging and Nursit
attendance, Surgical Operations, &c., the same
Augusta, Jan 30, 1856.
. OAK GROVE
P LEASA NTLY locateil two miles West of Kirk.
sey's X Roads, and near the Residences of
I or. E. Andrews and Elbert Devore, Esq., Edge.
field Distrie:, S. C. Scholastic year divided into
two Sessions of five months cach ; the Spring Term
will commne the SECOND! MONDAY in Janu
Miss C. B. WEEKS, PRINCIPAL
Ma. T. P. MOSES, TEACnER OF Music.
The -Trustees take pleasure in announcing that
they have secured the valuable services of the above
named instructors for the ensuing year.
Miss WEEKs has the*hirhest qualifications as
Teacher of the usual English Branches, the higher
Mathematics, French and Embioidery, &c.,-has
been in this iepattment for severgl years, and pro
ved every way worthy of our unqualified approba
Mr. Moses, from the New England States, is a
gentleman of high aecomplishme nts and moral
worth, one of the most experienced and successful
Teichers of Vocal Music, t 'rean, Piano, Flute, &c.
and also, of Sketching and Painting in Crayons and
Oil Colors; has yielded to earnest solicitations o
the Trust' es to remain another year in this Depart
ment of the above named Institution. While the
rats of Tuition are less than perhaps at any othet
school of the kind in the State, the Trustess confi
dettly recommend the instruction as above to be
equal to the best.
Payments at the close of each Session. Boatrd i:1
the i'eighborhood of the School, from 7 to 8 dollara
gr Address either or the Trustees, Kirkay's 2
Roads, Edefield Disti iet, S. C.
D)r. E. A NDaREws,
-losnUA I lAaltit, Directors.
S. 'TA LNAKKa,
S AMI'EL SiTEv ENs.
Jlanuary 7th, 1857, if 52
W Invt the attention of the pubilic to the fol
lowing arrangemenits for the ensuing year
Thae Male Academny
Will continue under the control of Mr. J AMES L
LES LY. whose long experience and untiring effort
for the ad vancement of his pupils ought to comman<
a liberal share of patronage.
Tuition per Session.... ...........$20.00
The Fenmale Academy,
In which small Boys will be admitted, will be con
ducted by SIr. J. H. MORRIS, with competen
This gentlh-man lia had six or eight years expe
rience in teaching. hams always given enatire satisfne
tion, and from his acknowledged ability and energy
he dleserve~s the patronage of the public. The
Tfrustees at Cross liill, where he has been teaching
-all gzentlemien mof intellicence-recommnend him ni
- eminently qualified teo give instruction in all the
branches of' a thorough e.ducation " We may adi
that Mr. LEStY fully endmorses this favorable opin
t.R.R~ OF TUiTiON i'ER sEsstoN.
First Classt, Primary Department.........$90(
Second " Ordinary English Branches..12.:(
Trhir-d " Iligheer " " ...15 0
Fourth " Greek, Latin and Freneh..... 18.01
The Sc-holastic year will be divided into two ses
suns of five months each. Pupils will be charge.
fromt the time of entering to the end of the session
TI e exercises a ill commenee on the first Monda)
B. ard cnn be had in the villa'.e at from $8 to $11
S. P.-GETZEN, I>
A. .J. HAMMOND,,
-S.WI. GARUINER, i.
3. C. vOlRER,
A. P. lTtJLER, .
HI. A. SilAW,J
Nov. 5 tf 43
Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings,
H AS r.c-ived tromt New York, the followin~
choice make ojf lileachted SIlIRTINGS ane
SHi lETI NGS. which he will sell for eneh, at deci
ddylwrprices than they can be purchased or
NeI okls44Bleached SHIIRTINGS:
IWater 'Twist New York Mills 4-4 Bleachic~
White Rock 4-4 soft finish Bleached SHIRT.
White Rock 41-4 Water Twist Bleached SHIRT
Lonsdale 4-4 Bleached SIRTINGS;
Manchester 4-4 Bleached do.
Laconiia 4-4 do. do.
Bates' Mills 7-8 soft finish Bleached SHIRT
12-4 Bleachted Allendale SIIEETINGS;
11-4 Bleached Ilamilton do.
7-8 Laconia Bleached J1 E ANS.
Graniteville and Augusta 7-8 and 4 4 Browi
SIRITINGS and SIIEETrlNGs; Augusta and
Richmonmd Factory 8 ounce OSNABUltGS, and
Gergia STRl I PES, at the Manufneturer's prices.
The public are respeetfully requested to call and
exam' ine the assortment.
A ugusta, Feb. 4 1857 tf 4
Ladies' Cravelli Whale Bone Skirts.
WILLIAM SHEAR, Auous-rA, GA.
hVIas just received fn'm New York, an addi
tional supply oft Ladies' Cruvelli' Whale Bone
SKIRTS, decidedly the moest approved style.
Misses' White and Slate color'd Whale Bone
SKIRTS, to which the attention of the public is re
Augusta, Feb. 4 1857 tf 4
Physicians' Buggy Trunks and Pocket
~1EDICINE CASES-for sale by
I1IA. G. & T. .1. TE AGUE, Druggists.
May 9,a tf 1
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Nathan
iel Corley, 'iee'd., are requeted to settle the
same without delay, and those having demandi
aaint said Estate are hereby notified to render
them in properly attested, by the 5th day of May
next, otherwiso their claims will positively lbe da
B. CQRLEY, Admae
as a na
9ARY FOR NEGROES)
attention of Planters and Slave.owners generally
lihment in Augusta, Ga., for the accommodation
RATIONS or TREATMENT IN CHRONIC
and Fenwick Streets, between the Georgia and
f both. It is therefore convenient for the recep
tion, throughout the entire plan, was kept in
; being "furnished with everything which can
t is supplied with hot and cold baths and shower
roid fatigue and exposure to the patients. It is
ith the constant attendance of experienced male
eh of the suffering which too often is the result
ROES in ordinary private practice.
ig, per month, 810. For all NECESSARY Medical
as in ordinary city practice.
H. F. CAMPBELL, Surgeon,
R. CAMPBELL, Attending Physician.
BEN.JAMIN & GOODRICH, Broad street, op
posite Lamback & Cooper's, respectful In
nounce to their friends and the public, that they are
now receiving daily a choice and well selected
assortment of all kinds of FURNITURE, such as
(BUREAUS. BOOK-CASES SOFAS, CHAIRS,
TlETE-A-TETES, CENTRE TABLES, BED
STEA DS, WIN DOW SHADES. &c., of the la
test and most fashionable designs, which they ruaran
tee to sell as low as can be bought in this city, and
invite all who wish to purchase, to call and examine
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Mattresses and all kinds of Furniture, manufac
tured and repaired to order, with neatness and dis
patch. BENJAMIN & GOODRICH.
Augusta, April 23. tf 15
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
1' T IE Subscriber has just received at his Old
Stand-the Brick Store-a'very heavy Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
To which he invites his friends and the public at
large to call and examine for themselves. Among
which may be found
Fancy Colored SILKS, from $1 to $3 pr yard;
Flain and Figured Muslin ieLanes;
French and Enalish Merinos -
I A tine lot of Earlston Ginghams ;
English and American Prints;
A fine lot of Tweeds, Cassimeres and Satinets for
IMen and Il oys wear;
A large Stock of Ladies' Cloaks and Shawls ;
Hats and Caps of every variety;
A very heavy Stock of Kerseys, Linseys and
A large assortment of Negro Shoes, of every de
Also, Men's, Boys, L.adies, Misses and Children's
Shoes of every variety atnd style;
Groceries, Hardware and Crockery,
With every other article usually kept in a Dry
Goods Store. B. C. BRI AN.
N. 1.-All those indebted on Notes and Ac
count will please call and settle, as prompt payment
alone enables mae to sell cheap.
Oct 8 tf 39
S. E, BOWERS, Agent.
I Hamburg, s. O.
FEELS thankiul for the very liberal patronage
of his Friends aind the Public generally, and
still solicits a share of their patronage. He is now
Sugars, Coffees, Cheese. Goshen Butter, Pickles,
Preservesn, Spices. Ibaisins, Crackers, Candles,
Soaps, Mackerell, Family Flouir. Buck wheat
Flour, Brooms, Buckets, Tobaccos,
-Segars, AMacaroni. Wines and
lirandlies of all qualities, Su
perior Wherat W hiskey,
Rye and Bourbon
and atll othe r kinds that
are kept in this Market ear Auneusta,
or ainy other Market this side of Jordan.
gg All GOOD)S put up by himself are warrant
ed to. be of the best cor article<.
Ihamburg, Nov. 25, 15 , tif 46
STA TE OF SOUTH CAROLIN'A,
:Eliaieth Prinee, Sarah Jleter
and Naney Turner,
**- Bill for Account.
\artha Turner. Mary Turner, Sale and Distrib/n
.i'hn Prince a. d Alex'r Shatrp
toi, Ex'r. of Jlohni E. Turntr,
Deceased. J .
I N Pursuance of the order of 232l Nov. 1855,
pronaounced by Chancellor Warellawv in thlis
cause, all persons'htavong demnands against the Es
late of the sad Jlohn, l. Turn~er, aire hereby requi
red to comte in atndc prove their respcetive demands
before ihe Cs.nu~nissioner of this Co.urt, in his Office
at Edgetield Court I louse, can or befoare .\onday the
(h day of A piil next. A nd such oif thte sid credi
tors as' fail to appear andl make proof oaf their re
spective demands before the Commissioner as here
by requested, wi:I be excluded fronm all benenit of
any decree or order to be pronounced in this cause.
A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. D.
Comnmissioner's Office, Jan. 1 3th 1857, 2mte 2
STA TE 01F SOU TH CA ROLINA,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
JlCr,s Foreign Attachment.
T. M. Brindley.
71H1E Plaintiff in the above stated case having
Ithis dav tiled his I ;eelaration in mty Office, and
the Defenidant having neither wvife nor Attorney
known to reside witin the limits of this Statte, on
whom copies of said declaration wvith rules to plead
can be served, On motion of Messrs. CARnOL.L &
BACON, Plaintiffs A ttorney, Ordered that said .De
fedant appear and p!end to ,.aid Declaration within
a ear atnd a day from the dateo hereof, or final and
absolute judgment will be given agast him.
THOS. G. BACON, cc.m n.
Sep 22, 1856. ly 37
TOLLED before me as an Estray by A. J. Mc
.UCarty, living two miles from Perry's Cross
Runds, one large BA Y HORSE. about fifteen hands
hih, bellowsed, with a small white star in the fore
head, white speck in the right eye, right four knee
enlarged, supposed to be about fifteen years old.
A ppraised at Thirty-five Dollars.
JAMES PERRY, x. a. D.
January 24 1857 4tmn 4
LPENN. Agent, has just received a sup
e LyPO ASH, put up in tin cans, with
full directions for making soft and hard soap.2
Jan 21 tf2
ALL persons having demands against the Es
Ai tate of Sarah Gregory. dee'd. are requested to
irender in their accounts properly attested without
delay, and those indebted must make payment at
an early date. I am determIned to make a fif:al set
tleent in a shot t time. GEOY
M.A 165 LLaHA3 4RGO
fall orabe, 1856 !
; Augusta, Ga.,
AVE just received their NEW STOCK of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS;
md would call the attention of their friends and the
ablic to the assortment. Their Stock is VERY a
ARGE and comprises all the best makes and
tyles of Goods and the latest nove'ties of the sea
on; and as they are determined not to be
Undersold by any House in the State, and
ill guarantee their priers to be as
E-r@ AM TVE 1 @MST.
hey feel assured that an examination of their
Goods will ensure a continuation of the liberal pa
tronage they have hitherto received. They would
invite attention to the following :- f
Ladies' DRESS GOODS;
Black and Fancy Dress SILKS;
French and English MERINOS;
Scotch, French and American GINGHAMS;
Enulish. French and American PRINTS;
EMBROIDERIES, all kinds;
Dress TRIMMINGS. splendid variety ;
HOSIERY, a very large ass:rtment ;
GLOVES. of every description ;
Table LINENS and DIAPERS;
NAPKINS. DOYLIES and TOWELS;
SHEETiNGS and Pillow LINENS;
Bleached and Brown SHIRTINGS;
PANTS STUFFS, Tweeds, Cassimers and
Ladies' CLOTHS. all colors ;
FLANNELS, Red, white, Welsh, &e.;
CASSIMERES and PLAIDS, for children;
House Servants' GOODS;
Black Alpacas, Rombazines, Dimities, Quilts;
FUR FRINGES; SHAWLS,all kinds, &c.
A large assortment Negro Blankets, Kerseys, Lin
soys, Stripes, Plaids and Osnaburgs.
Augusta, Sept 17 tf 36
MOFFATT'S LIFE PILLS
PXiiE .EETX| 2X'I' .,
FREE FROM ALL MINERAL POISO S.
THE great popularity which MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS
and P11OENIX BITTES have attained in consequence
of the extrasrdinary cures effected by their use, renders it
unnecessary for the proprietor to enter into a partlculari
analysis of their meiinal virtues or properties. Having f
been more than twenty years before the publie, and having
the united testimony of mere than THREE MILLIONS of
persons who have been restored to the enjoyment of per
'ect health by them, it is believed that their reputation as l
the Best Vegetable Medicine now before the public, l
aimits of no dispute. In almost every city and village in
the United States. there are many who are-ready to testify
to their eflieacy in resoving disease, and giving to the
whole system renewed vigor cud health.
In cases of SCROFULA, ULCERS, SCURVY or ERUP
TIONS of the skin, the operation of the LIFE MEDICINES
is truly astonishing, often removing in a few days, every
vestige of these loathsome diseases, by their purl tng
ffects on the blood. FEVER and AGUE, DYSPEPSIA,
DROPSY, PILES, and in short most all diseases. soon
yield to their curative properties. No family should be
without them, as by their timely use much suffering and
expense may be saved.
Prepared by WILLIAM B. MOFFAT, M. D., New
York, and for sale by TUTT & PELLETIER, Sole Agents,
August __ 80
VEGETABLE LIVER MEDICINES,
A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL REMEDY
For all kinds of Liver diseases, and all dis
eaes and indispositions that originate
from a diseaused state or inac-tivity
of the Liver-such as chronic
and acute inflammation of the
Liver, dyspepsia, siek head
ache, sourness of stomach,
loss of appetIte, cholic,
coetiveness, &c., &O.
100 Packages just received and fur sale by
G. L. PENN, Agent.
Julyl1 tf 25
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
Coster & Coxe, and
Abram Martin, B ill in nzatfre of bill of
es. frerieor and supplementf, 4-c.
Lydia WV. Crabtree.J
I N Pursuance of the order pronounced by Chan
ce-llor Johnston, in this case, on 7th .lune, 1855.
all and singular, the creditors of Stephen Garrett,
lun'r. deceased, are hereby required ti' come in be
fore the Comnmissaioner and :nake proof of their re
spective debts before the said Commissioner in his
Offee at Edgefield Court House, on or before Moni
day the 18th (If May next. And such of the said
creditors as fail to 'oins in and prove their respect
ive demands before the Commissioner, within the
time above mentioned, will be excluded from the
benefit of the decree to be pronounced in this cnuse.
A. SIMKINS, C E.E D.
Oommissioner's Office, Jatn. 13, 1857, 4mse I
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Richard Tiolsteini unu others,
U NDE anore from Chancellor Dunki,,
maei cti ase, the cditors of .1 olhn Mosely,
dteceased, are required to come in and prove their
demands before moe on Monday the 10th March
next, otherwise they will be excluded.
A. SIMKINS, C E.ED.
January, 13 1857, 9te 2
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
N OTICE is hereby given to all and singular thet
creditors of Arthur Dozier deensed,-w hose
claims shiall be left unsatisfied by the Administrattbr
to present and prove the-i before me on or before
the fourth Monday in March next, on pain of being
precluded from the benefit of the decree for dis
Givent under my hand at my office December,
16ith 1856.A. SlMKlINS, c.E.s D.
l)ee. 24 3m 50
IESTIA TE OF SOUTH CA ROLiNA,
IN EQUI 'a
.lohn Ed monds,
George Newbey and oters.
N OTICE is hereby given to all and singular the
creditors of Miriam N ew by deeentse-d, to pre
se-nt and prove the-ir resp~ective demntds before mte
on or before the fourth Monday in March next, on
pmin lf being pr, eluded from the benenit of the
d rec for distribution.
Given tunder my hand at my office this 16th De
emnber, 18-6 .A. SIMKINS, C E E D.
Dec 24 3m 50 I
state of South Carolina,
Sarah Nancy Quarlea,
. W. Gardner.
NOTICE is hereby given to all and sngular the
creditors of Sterling Quarles,d decease, to pre
sent their claims duly authentienated to my Office
prior to the fourth Monday in March, 1857, other
wise they will be precluded.
Given under my hand at my Office, this 15th.
Dec. 1856. A . SiMKINS, cz.x D.
De 15 1856 3m 49 1
ALL persons having demands against thme Es
Atate of Elijah Langley, dee'd. are re-quested to
present them to the undereignetd properly attested
on or before the 10th day of A pril next, or their
maid claims will be excluded.
THEODORE FISHER., AM
HREZEKIAH BURNETT. - dm.
Jan. 5th 1857, 3m* 5
I HAVE appointed John Huiet my Agent te
transact all business rehatinig to the Estate of
Aithur Dozier, dee'd. All personaS lade'bt'e toIhe
E- 'ate will make fiinediate paym.ei in him,aniid ali 4
aving detaiads against the Estate wiltrender thetin
properl attested. so him. Mr. Bulet's address Is I
dgelal C. H. S. Q. DOZIER, --.
Add's, s Estate of A. Desisr,4des'd.
mal to' 4 4
ratches, Clocks and Jewelry
E. TWEEDY & CO.,
NEAR THE LOWER MARKET HOUSE,
IAVE received their new and beautiful-assort
ment of Gold and Silver Hunting andopen face
IEWELRY OF THE NEWEST STYLES,
nnsisting of Coral, Cameo, Lava, Gold Stone and
I Gold Sett;
Ladies and Gentlemen's Gold Pins, Chains, Fin
ger Rings, Buttons. &e.;
Silver and Plated Tea and Table Spoons, Forkie,
Ladles, Salt Spoons, Sugar Shovels, &e;
Ivory,, Pearl and Torteise Sheil Card Cases;
Pocket Books, Portmonaies, Knives, Scissors.;
Walking and Sword Canes;
Colt's Pistols, Rifle Pistols, &c.
1 large assoyment of CLOCKS, at prices. varying
rom $1 and upwards, to which we call the atten
ion of our Carolina friends and the public generally. -
Augusta, Nov 5 If . 43
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
DRS. A. G. & T..J. TEAQUE,resp
fully inform their friends and. patrons iiii
hey have just received their FRESH Stoek ofr'
Pure and Genuine Drugs&c;
and will be pleased to wait upon all who ma favor
hem with their patronage.
Space will not allow us to give.'aCtaloguel, isa.)
lace of. our Stock of Drug.. Medicines. &e.", t.8eI
ice It to say, we have the FULLESTand *
LOST COMPLETE Stock ever
lered in this place. - -
Edgefield C. H., May 23 - 19
FOR THE LADIESI
WE have on hand a great variety of Colognes,
Handkerchief Extracts, Toilet Powders and
n assortment of Fancy and Toilet Soaps;
Pomades, Pure Bears Oil, Hair Tonics, Restors
ives and Hair Dye;
Pieston Salts and Aromatic Vinegar;
s Cream of Beauty, Carnation Rouge, Hair De
latory, &o., to all of which the attention of the
.adies is respeotfclly invited. For sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May*23 If 19
Land for -Sale.
THE subscriber offers for sale a Tract of Land'ia
Edgeield District, lying on ' Cuffee Town
3reek, in the vicinity of Liberty Hill, and containlag
Six Hundred (600) Acres.
t is of Oak and Hickory growth, and as 6ne farm-.
ng land as any in the District. Indeed it is extra;
ine for Cotton, as all who know it must and will ad
nit. Near FOUR HUNDRED ACRES of, the..
tract is in woods. The land in cultivation is in good
teart. The place is well watered, having upon it a
asting spring. The buildings upon the place are
nlh tolerable, but the land makes amends for all...
Those desiring to purchase the plice, had beter
lecide quick, as the subscriber is just now anxious
o sell. JULIUS BANKS.
Dec. 9, 1856, if 48 ,
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of William
. D. Thurmond, dec'd., are requested to make
>yment to the undersigned. And those having..
lemands against the same will present them accord
ng to law.
PLEASANT D. THURMOND, Adm'r.
April 30, 1856. tf 16
State of South Carolina.
William G. Mood and,1
WilliamG. Walker, ~.Bilifer Foreclosure.,
H~amilton A. Kenrick. j.
IT appearing to mec that Hamilton A. Kenriek
Uthe Defendant, reside. beyond the limits of the
state of South Carolina, on motion, It is ordered
;hat the said Hamilton A. Kenrick do appear and
lead, answer or demur to the bill 61ed in this case,
ithin three months from the date hereof, or a de
sree pro confesso will be entered against him~
A. SIMKLNS, c.x S.D.
Feb 26, 11857. 13t , S
'HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROblNA,
Wm. L. Anderson, A d'or. ~ Frcoue
'ouncil Weathersby et al.)
I T appearing to me that George Weathersby, one
of the Derendants resides beyond the limits of
the State of South Carolina, On motion, It is or-*
Ired that the said George Weathersby do appear
tid plead, answer or demur to the said 11ill within
hree~ monmbs from the date hereof, or a decree pro
confesso will be entered against him.
A. SiIKINS, c.s.s.n.
Feb 26 , 3 8
'HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA..
Mary B. Dunlap and J. B. S. Harris,
William AHarsana others. )
IT Tnppearing to my sntisfaction that George W.
LDunlap, one of the Defendacnts, resides be~yond'
he limits of the State, it is there'ore ordered that'
he said George W. flunlap do appear. plead, ani
swer or demur to this Bill within theet months
fr.'m this date, and on his failure so to do, that the
ine be taken pro confesso against him.
A. Sl~lKlNS, cma n.
Feb 26, 3m 8.
State of South Carolina.
R. M. Fuller,
S. S. Boyce and I
M. A. Rainsom. J
rappearing to my satisfaction thast Benjamin
G. Galinman, Thomas B. Gallman, FrancsB.
3inlman, Middleton Moaeley andl his wife Elizabeth,,
end William G. Gallmano, Defendants, reside be
~on4 the limits of the State, It is therefore ordered
hat the said Benjamin G. Gallman, Thomas B.
;allman, Frances B3. Gallman, Middleton Mosely
end wife Elizabeth, and William G. Gallinan, do
appear, plead, answer or demur to this Bill within
hree months from this date, and on their failure so
o do that the same be taken pre confesse against
hem. . A. $IMKINS,c.z.s.n.
Feb20- 3m S
State of South Carolina,
B Y W. F. DURISOE, Esqure, Ordinary of Edge-.
Whereas, SAMUEL. PERRIN hath ,applied to me
or Letters of Administration, on all and singular the
~oods and chattles, rights ar~d credits of John Irvin,
ate of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish sall and
ingular, the kindred and creditors of said deceased,
o be and appear before me, at our next OrdInary
soort for the said District to be holden at Edgef id
3H. on the 5th day of March next, to show cause,
f any, why the said Administration should not he
iven' under my hand and seal, this 25th day of
rebruary, in the year of our Lord one thousand etght
undredl and fifty-si: and in the Eighth-first year of
.W. F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
March 4 I t 8
Brushes, Irushes !
[N Store a fine variety of Paint, Varnish, Grain
ing Blenders, Tanners, Whitewash, Crumb,
)usting and Hair Brushes and Combs-Flesh
rushes and Hair Gloves-Nail, Tooth-and Shaving
rushes, &c. For sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19.
TBUY FIFTY LIKELY NEGROES, for
.which'the highest price. will be paid.
Address either of the underaigned at Edgefield'
3. H. JOHN A.' A DDISON,
Jan 21 tf 2 -
SY Place at Pettersville .can be rented upon
-reasonable terms.. There Is on the ,pines an ~
xeeent DWELLING in good repair.. andalt ne-*
jesary out buildings: -The place contati gptxut siK,
ores of good land. For. further partieulars apply -
o Lewis Covar at the "fiansion House."4 .
0. W. STTL~d