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WHY IS THE FARMER DISCONTENTED.
There is an instinctive desire in the breast
of most persons to leave the noise and con
fusion of crowded places, and retire at some
time to the peaceful village and the-quiet of
rural life. The tradesman and artizan, wea
ry of their confinement, long for a wider
field of action, while the merchant, harassed
by the exposure of his property to the fickle
elements, and the danger to those who go
down to the sea in ships, sees in the distance
the evening of his days embellished by the
comforts clustering around a home in the
country. Others possess the taste for a
home on the farm from early youth, and
when separated from it, are ever elevating
the old root-tree and the happy haunts of
childhood above all the pomp and glitter of
cities, and the trappings of fashionable life.
For us, the farm has ever had this charm,
and its implements are familiar to our hands,
and the opinions we express have been form
ed on the farm, while engaged in its labors
and enjoying its pleasures. We look back
to its renovated precincts with as much
tender solicitude as does the graduate to his
beloved alma mater, and live over our youth
again in the recollection of its delightful la
bors, scenes and recreations. But since
those times, great changes have taken place
in the modes of cultivating the soil, as in
most of the business men pursue.
Facilities in printing and publishing have
kept pace with other improvements of the
age. The exact experiments of the scholar,
the accurate observations of the farmer,
dissertations, pamphlets and newspapers
have been multiplied without number,
through the magic power of the press. In
these have been discussed the :nanual oper
ations or the farm ; the plowing, planting.
haying, draining, subsoiling, and nature of
the boils; and, although much may well be
said upon each of these fruitful topics, we
shall not occupy space with more than a
casual reference to any of them.
It was once supposed that the profits of
the farm, and the beauty of the homestead,
depended upon the hands, alone. That er
ror has had its day, wrought its evil and de
parted, we trust, never to return. A better
opinion now prevails, that labor, to be pro.
fitable, must be guided by intelligence, and
it is of the importance of tt-at intelligence
that we propose to sperk.
On the rugged mountain. and beautifully
sweeping vales of New England-on the
broad prairies of the West, and the sunny
acres of the South, the same causes are op
erating against an earnest aid hearty love
of rural life, and its occupations.
We assume the fact, that great discontent
exists in relation to that lite; that young
men and young women are dissatisfied with
the employments of the fhrmn, and are seek
ing in speculative schemes that ailnent for
the mind, which they have failed to-find in
rural occupations, and a quiet home.
If we can suggest a remedy for this evil,
we shall deem it of more importance than
to throw new light on the conmmon business
of the fields, and the barn, or to enforce
anmy principal of vegetable-or animal exis
Large numbers commenee farming, with
out other capital than their own physical
force, directed by their native good sense.
They succeed in establishing ~a pleasant
home, and in educating and rearing a iami
ly, through long and patient industry, andi
careful economy ; and this is the manner in
which those engaged in mercantile atfairs,
who have become wealthy, hav-e acquired
that wealth; by uninterrupted effort, both
in acquiring and saving. Anid the cases are
somewhat rare, where the young farmner of
good health and habits, fails of establishing
an attractive home, and acquiring a comupe
.tence; while it has been assertained that
out of every one hundred wvho have entered
upon mercantile p~ursumits in the largest city
oft New England, upw~ard< of ninety have
failed. The startling but well ameihenticated
fact, should have ani influience on yommg
men emb~arking in business, and upon young;
women, too, about making alliances wvhich
can only end with liti.; for they are equallyv
interested in the welfare andl happiness of
Farm work requires a capital in coin, in
talents, and in muscle and sinew, as wvell as
in merchandizing and navigating the ships of
commerce. When this capital is invested,
farm-~work is no maore a labor of drudgery
than any other-it is not half so much so.
If this be drudgery, what shall wve call the
confinement of the law-office and the court
room, or the judge's beneh'? What the
dull routine of the merchant's dutties behind
the counter, with his daily liability to p~ro
tested notes and b'ankrumptey ? W hat thme
daily task of the mechanic, haippy if releas
ed after a ten hour's toil, or that of opera
tors in the cotton-mill, sumnmoned by bell
and encased in codes of regulations? No
-it is not the emuploymenit of the fiels
that is drugery-it is the man's mind that
is enslaved. That mind does not spring
from the- sod, buoyant with life and in
telligence, searching and inquiring inito the
wonderful operations above, beneath -and
Let him turn his thoughts to ChemistryI
in its relation to his employment, and he
will soon be convinced, that no man has yet
lived long enough to understand the strange
yet beautiful operations constantly carried
on in his trees plants flowers and animals.
The, lawyer is tied to his terums, and the
merchant to his counter; the physician to
his never-ceasing horse-mnill rounds, the cler
gyman to his parish and the mechanic to
his bench. But the termer breathes the
free winds of heaven on his hills, and drinks
from the crystal springs that flow through
his valleys. The first beams of the morn
ing sun touch his brow amid the waving
grain of his garnished fields, while hie bathes
his feet in the cold dews that have gathered
upon the bending grass, lie reclines at
noon in the shade of his old trees, and walks
among his spriniging corn, or profits by the
cheerful criticisms of his wife and children
upon his garden culture, as they stroll
among the plants he is rearing, lie goes
to mill or to market at will ;-attends the
Country Fair in autumn with his fat oxen,
lusty steers, or mamnmoth vegetables; takes
a premium on orchards, hog meadows, or
corn and cabbages, while his wife bears off
the palm for making the best butter, and
his unmasried daughters receives the silver
goblet for the best loaf of wheaten bread.
He finds a day to look in upon the General l
Court; or, perchance, is a constituent part
of that honorable body himself. He is ther
man to conduct the town business, for a ref
eree, for a juror, or for any other honora
While-cultivating the fields, lhe is in the
school-room of nature, and it is his ownu
fault if he does not study her ways, and a
make her subserve his purposes. She calls lI
to him fr-om her mountains, and valleys, y
and strearns, from t'he air that cools his hea- ii
tea brow andthe deit-benieath bh wi. :i
She pleads constantly for his attention a
through the birds of the air, and the beasts s
of the field, in the change of the seasons, a
in showers, sunshine, frost and vapor. Is a
there no voice in these, to him who tills the t
ground or fells the forest? Are these all a b
sealed book to him, because he is a tiller of ']
the soil ? lf-so, he should it waken to their 11
perpetual call, be led to a consideration of lh
the delights which are hourly offered to his e
mind, and rejoice in gratitude that he is per- i
mitted to be free upon the acres which he t
is gladdening by his care.-N. E. Farmer. t
EVERY FARMER GROWING IllS OWN SUGAR.
The great demand nade at the Patent s
Office, this year, for the Chinese Sugar Cane, o
indicates that the cultivation will be very it
extensive, the only difli- nity in the way be- t
ing the want of cheap and portable ma
chinery for extracting the juice of the cane.
This difficulty, we see, our own inventors i
are endeavoring to remove. A Mr. Hodges, o
of Cincinnati, has a machine on exhibition at t
Washington, which is designed for a sugar s
mill. It consists of three vertical ca.st iron f
rollers, supported between east ii on plates, t
resting upon a triangular wood frame. about f
eight feet on its sides. Under each corner e
is a large truck wheel, so adjusted, when t
working ats to revolve in a circle, the shaft <
of one of the rollers occupying the centre s
of the frame, and clutched fast to a timber i
below, preventing its turning, while the other
two, being geared into it at the top, are
made to revolve around it as the whole a
frame is turned by the horse. On one cor
ner is a feed table, fiom which a man feeds
the cane, which, having been acted upon by '
the two rollers, passes out upon a table on l
the other corner. which is removed as often
as t suflicient quantity accumulates. The
juice passes down through the bedplate, and
is received in a vessel made for that purpose.
Cheap and portable machinerv is all that is
wanted to test the great experiment which
is now being tried with the Chinese sugar
ANOTHER SOAP RECIPE.
The following recipe, says the Columbus i
Siu, for making soap was handed to the 1
editor of the Clayton Banner, and is said to t
be the same the venders of the " soap recipe" t
are selling throughout the country, at from
10 to 25 dollars. The proportions are: 1
Half gallon of water.
Half table spoonful of Sal Soda.
One do do Spts. Turpentine.
One do do Hartshorn. I
One do do Salt.
Six pounds Soap.
Boil the water first-shave up the soap
used-any kind will do-then stir it in the 1
water. Add the other ingredients and boil
live ninutes-when cool. it is fit for use.
C~oTToN-SE5n Ou..-One of the most in
teresting results of judicious ingenuity and
experiments mtay be seen at the Metropoli
tan Mechanics' Fair, in the term of an oil t
of native growth and superior qualities-we [
refer to the cotton seed oil. It is shown by
the inventor, Mr. Will. Wilber, who has t
also on exhibition a series of ntchines spe I
cmIly designed and constructed for the ex
pression of vege.table oils. The cotton seed
oil is shown in its first expiressedl. and also1
in its purified states; int the latter it looks
like a beautiful olive oil. It is said to ibe
good for tabile use as a salad, as well us ter
lamps and for soap) making. Thte vast in
crease in the constumtptioni of oleatginouts
substances in the last fewv years, makes this
an article of individual and oft natioinal in
BOREOW NO TROUBLE.
There's sorrow e'nou~th int this lower world of ours,
And ab~undanc of tear-drops and sighng,
Antd while muan shall live hte always will fitnd
Causes ini plentty to set hint a cryin2e ;4
lBut he needn't look out with a morte-searebing eyei
For perpi -xity's first tiny bubble.
Won't vou listena good nian, to a piece of advice 'l4
Trust inL Godf, and Lorroar no troubLe.
Life's t iver filows nmot" tver beds of sweet roses,
Nor always o'er sands that are shininig,
And poison sometimes lurks along the ::reen vi
WIhch 'round~ the rough coast rock% arc twininig.
Bitt thto' life be a river of qjuicksands and whirls,
Or a field covered o'er with coar'sc stubble, I
It always is best to b' ok on the b~riaht side,
Trust in God atnd borrowe no trou~b!e.
There's faith's lamp to guide its o'er all the dark I
Anl flope with her torches e'er burning,
And we ntieed fear no evil, nor sta fromu the path, I
For it hath not a " shtadow of turning.'
lIcavent stmiles iln te distanuce, and, once int its
Orjoys atnd outr blisses shall double;
And it always is b~est to toil on wvith good heart,
Trust ia God and borrotc no troub!e.
BEWARE OF DRIF1'ING.
Few people form habtlits of' wrong-doing
deliberately amnd willfully. Thtey gide in- t
to hem by di grees antd al most unconsei-i
uusly ;and, before they arte awarte of dain-,
ger, the habits are confirmed, and requtire t
resolute and persistent effort to affect a
chantge. " Resist beginnings" was aS ai m lit
of thte ancientts, and should be preserved as I
i lantdmark in oitr day. Theli Baultimuore I
Sun has a good article on thte slight begin
Ititgs of' danger which end in fattal ruin:
"It was only the other day that a man il
Iell asleep in his boat oni thte Niagatra river. e
Durinig his slutttber the boat broke loose im
tromt its moooring, and he wvoke to finid him-.i
slf shooting downt the rapids, directly to
wards the cataract. In vatb lie shrieked for I
elp ; in vain he tried to rowv against the
~urrent. He drifted on and on till his light h<
~raft upset, whetn lie was b~ortne rapidly to ii
he birinik of the abyss, atnd, leap.ing up with fi
uwild cty, wenit over and disappeared for-. a
"In the great battle of Gibralter, wvhen '1
~he united fleets of Fratnc atnd Spain at- ik
aeked the impregntable fortress, onte of' the
iganttic floatitng batteries broke frotm her
mtihorage attd begati to drift diretly to ei
Ite hottest of the British fire. The thou- lI
aud men who formed the crewv of the un- j '
vieldy mass vainly strove to arre-t its pro-.s
~ress or divert it fi'otm its path. Every mnun. -
te it drifted nearer to the Entglish guns,
very minute sotme new part took fire fronm
le red-hot shot, every minute another score J
f its hapless defenders were swept like chafl th
romn its decks. Th'le most superhuntan ef.
>rts fhiled to ptreventt its dritling with its hut
una freight to inevitabile death. Al
" A ship was wrecked at sea. The pas
etgers and crew took refuge on a raft, the pt
cats having been stove itn the attempt to fie
umeh them. For days and weeks these A
nfortunates drifted about without oar or"
ll on the hot broken tropical ocean. At -
st their provision failed, and then their
rater. Still they drifted about, vainly look.
tg for a sail or hoping for a sight of land.
Iternative became inevitable-death from
arvation or of feeding upon human flesh
ed they were just beginning to cast lots for
victim, when a vessel was seen on the dis
tnt horizon. They abandoned their terri
le design; the stranger would approach.
he ship came towards them; she drew j
earer and nearer. They strove to attract at
er attention by shouts, and by raising their 1
lothing, but the indolent look-out saw them
ot. They shouted louder and louder, still j
hey were not seen. At last the vessel it
icked. With frantic terror they rose in
ne body, shouting and waving their gar
cents. It was in vain ; the unconscions
hip stood steadily away. Night drew
n, and as the darkness fell, they drifted C
nd drifted in the other direction till the last
race of the vessel was lost fbrever.
"So it is in life. The intemperate Tman.
ho thinks he at least will never die a
runkard, whatever his neighbor may do,
nly wakes to find himself drifting down
he cataract, and all hope gone. The-sen
nalist, who lives merely for his own grati
cation, drifts into an emasculated old age,
o he tortured with passions he cannot grati
y, and perish by mercil ss, agonizing dis
ases. The undisciplined, whonever learned a
U control themselves, wlho are spendthrifts,
ir pa7sionate, or indolent, or visionary. a
0non make slipv-reek of' themselves, and i
lrit about the sea of life the prey of every r
ind :mdil en rreit, vainly h rieking f ir he!p, 0
ill at la- t thy dri away into darkness i
nd dearth. a
"Take care that von are not drifting.
he that you have t'tst hohl of the hel. '
Ci- , eak-rs of lifi- Ioreve-r rear under the
ee. :ind adverse gales continually b!ow on
hore. Are you watehing how she heads? Y
) yot keel a firit grip of the wheel? If
-911 give way but for one iomnent you tmiay
lrilt helplessly into the boiling vortex. I
Liim.g 1an1, take care! It rests with your
elf athlne, under God. whether vou reach
ourt triumphantly or drift to) ruin."
WASIII.TO. LOVED 1118 MOTIHER.
Immiediately after the organization of the
>resent goverumelnt, WashmtgtIn repaired
0 Frederieksburg, to pay his humble duty
o his mother, liptaraltory to his departure
o New Yo rk. An afitct inlg scene ensued.
Che ion feelingly remarked the ravages tot
ering di.eatse had mtadeupon theaged frame
if his mother, and thus addressed her:
T'l'he peolle, mad:nut, have been pleased
vitl the must flattering unanimity, to elect
i to the chief magistraey ot the United
tates. lbutt lelbre I ean assune the fite
ionis aof that olfice, I I ave come to bid yotu
In afletionate fiarewell. So soon as the
miblic business, which must necessarily be 1
ncountered in arranging a new government,
an be disposed of, I shall hasten to Virgi.
ia and"-Here the mother interrupted him.
You will see me no more. My great age,
id the disease that is lust approaching my
'itals, warn 'me that I shall not he long in
his world. I trust in (cod, I amn somewhat
irepared for a better. But go, George, fill
ill the high destiues which heaven appears
o a*igt you ; go, my son, and may that.
eatven's and your mother's blessing be with
T1he president was dleeply aff'ected. His
tend reausted upon01 the shtoulder of his pair.
mt, whose aged atrm flebly, vet fonid ly en-4
~ireled his neck. Thait brow, on. whicht
ane had wtreathed the pureat laurel virtue
ver gave to created man relatxed fr'om its
ofty beatrinig. That look which could have
twed a Roman Seniate in its Fabrican day,
vats benit int filial tender-ness uipon the time
vornt fe'atures of this venlerable matron.
The great main wept. -A thtousand recol
eetiop~s crowded upon his mind, as memory.
racin scenes long paist, carried htima hack
:th aternal mansion, and the days of
routth ; and there the cnter of attraction
vas his mother, whose care. inistrucetion andI
liscipliiae, had pr'epar'ed him to r'eachl the.
opmitost of laudabhle atnnbit ion; vet how
vere his glories ihrgot ten while he gazed ump.
In heri f'rom whom, wasted by time anid I
naladv, lhe mu tst soon parlt to meet no0 miore !
The mal:tron's predictions wer'e t rue.Th
lisease which had so lomng preyed upon hier'
'rame-, comtple-ted its triumph, and s.he ex- I
>redl at the age of eighty-five confiding in
he promiiiise oft inmimortality to thte hulmb~le
Remiembler his stor'y, little childrmen.
a~ashington, you know, was a great lmau.
aXe shall niever e7xp'ct to see anmy little boy
secome a great man whto does not love htis
TnE BoY Fonl TIIE TIMEs.-We like anm
etive boy, satys the Southe'rn Organ, one
rho hats the imipulse of the aige-the steam
ngineL-int him. A lazy, plodldinlg, snail
'ace!d chlap mtighit have got along int the
vo0rld fifty years aigo, but lie wount do f'or I.
hese times. We live ini aln atge of qjuickp
ieais; ment thinik quickly, speak qutickly.
at, sleep, ouirt, tmarry. anid d ie quiickly. mind
lowv coaches are not tolerated. "Go athead
ryou burst youtr boiler," is the mnotto of b
he aige; atnd lie suceceeds the best in every
te of' butsiness who has the muost ol 'do or
ie in him.
Strive, boys, to catch the spirit oif the
mues; lhe til and dressed always. nolt gap
ig and14 rubibingr your eves as it' you ere
ist atsleep, buit wide awak-e, whatever miay
Ifrn up, and you mtay beC someblody before
Tlhink, plan, reflect. as mutch as yotu please
efr o ic, but thtink qiikly and close- k
.anwhnyou havi e fixedl youar es tip-.
n anm object, sprinlg to thte muark alt onice. C
But abo(ve aill thin,,r lie hotiest. I: youl r1
itend to be artist carve it inl the wv4od, a
bsel it ill thae imarle ; if a imerchtant, write i
Syour day book and spreadt it ini caupitals
Syour ledger. Let honesty of purpose be
out- guiding stair. . '
Mani is like a snow-ball.' Leave himt int
lleness againist the sunny fence of prosper.
y and all the good that's in him melts like
esh butter in hot dayvs; but kick hinm
~ound, antd he gathers his strength every
volution util hte grows to an avalancihe. r
o make a fiarure in the world, you must
ML.DNEss.-lle alwaiys ats mild as you I
mn; honey atttracets Inore flies thant vinegar. &
vout err let it be ont the sideo(f gentleness. D3
he huan mtindl is so constituted that it re
sts severity anld yields to softness.
-DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
) RS. A. G. & T. J. TE AGUE, respect
fully in furm their frientds and patrons that '
Ly havec just received their FRESH Stock of .
're and Genuine Drugs, &c.
ii will be plased-a to wait upon all who may faivor
E- with their pntroanaae.
Sacee will not allow ua to give- a Catalogue mn this .
ice or outr Stock or Drugs. Medicine-s, &e. Suf
it to say, we have the F ULL E ST and
f OST COMPL E TE Stock ever'
ired in this place.
Edgefield C. II., Maiy 23 U' 19 q,
CHINESE SUJGAR CORN! thm
UST received and for sale a large supply of
this excellent Corn. Call soon.
A. Li PENN, AGBJT.
CHINESE SUGAR CORN,
[T surpasses ill other p!ants for soiling (feeding
green) and fodder. on account or the gr at
nount or su_"nry (snueeharine) juice it contains, and
Ereedily eaten by Stock of all kinds. It may be
peatedly cut, like Egy ptian mi:let, growing off free
and ridtitIly, after each cutting. It also stands
rouhlit much h'tter than common corn. retaining
s green color and juiciness after the seed mature.
A aupply or Reliable Seed, has been c
,ved by the subscriber,
'nt up In Sacks at 50 Cents and
ontaining aufficient seed for planting half acre and
ie acre. each. Orders respeetfu ly solcited.
W M. 11A IN EA.
iruggist and Apothecary, Broad-St. Augusta Ca.
January 27 L57 - 2m . 3
PURIFY THE BLOOD'
1YIOFFATT'S LIFE PILLS
P'EO3lNs 3E :EXTT3D38.Mi
FREE FRO.M ALL MINERAL POiSOfAS.
TIlE grent tpularity which 110FFAT-S LIFE PIILTS
std PHOENI 51TTEItS lave attainedl in conseqttunce
I' the extrnardinury curer effected lay their use. re'lmters it
tunecessary lir the roprieator lts enter into I puaticular
talysisof their mtirial virtuer ,.r praperlie. lling
een more Ilit it twenty )ears lefore the jaublie. nnel hnving
te unitedl testimony of nm.re than 'I'IitEE hi ILLIONS of
erns who have lbed restoreat to the enjnymnent of per
-et health by them, it is believed that their reptttuittta as
se Best Vegetable Mediele now before thetpubli.
inits of tt aispute. It nliotl rvery cil) stal viliage in
ac Unitel States, there :re ntunny at ho tn-renly to testify
a their ettlency it, renving tlseme. ant giving to the
'hale system rene"wea vigor tud laesatta.
In enses of SCIOFi'LA, U 1.IElt. SCUVIY tr E1 UP
ONS ofthestat, the opertion of tie LIFE MEIaICINES
truly astoaaielhing, anen remaaovltag tm a rew aays. every
estige of Uese lnthsome dinesas. 1,) their purifying
Rects on the batrao. FlEVElt and AGUE, >YSl'EPSIA,
lO'ST. PILES, art in short most all diseases. soon
fiel to their curative properties. No fattily should be
ithottt tiem. us by tleir timely ut- much suffering and
xpense naty he saved.
Preparei bay WILLIAM B. MOFFAT, M. D., New
'ork, and for atle by TUTT & PELLETIER, Sole Agents,
[amburg. S. C.
August 6 ly 8o
State of South Carolina,
LN COMMON PLEAS.
vs. Foreign Attachment.
George D. Tillman.
Colgan & Legg,
rs. Foreign Attachment.
George I). Tillman.
vs. Foreign Attachment.
George I). Tillman
11E Plaintifr'a in the above stated casts. having
Athis day filed their JDeclarations in stmy Offiee,
nd the lDefendant having neither wife n->r Atttar
ey, known to reside within the limits of this State,
u whom copies of said i)eClaratin with rul. a to
lead cnn be served: on motion of Maessrs Spann
e Matgrath, Plaintiffs Attorneys, Ordered that said
)efendanmt appear and plea.) to said .)eclaratiun
ithin a year auni a day from the date hereof, or
inal and absolute judgnent will be given against
lim. TunS. G. BACON, .c n.
March 9 1657 Iyq 10
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
us. Foreign Attachment.
11E1 Paintil' in the above .tated em. laving
.3thistiny filed htis 1.)-elarationl in mty Ullice, and
het Dfenan t hlaing nteither wife nor Alttrey,
noawnt ta resiade within the limtits mar this Statle. cal
v.m atcopjies of saidl I leelalration with rules to, plead
anl he sterved :tan hunmtitan of Mt'ssrs ilanhan &
\damns, Plaint ff's Attorneyat, Ordiered thamt snidl
efenldamnt llapear and plead toa eaidI )ee'arntionl
ithiniz a vear ad tat daty f otm the data heretaf. or
inal and n'btoute judgmenat ii be givenl naaninst himl.
Marchm 6 1857. 'j yq~~ G.10Oc
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON P LI AS.
Wmn. F. Durisoe & Stal,
us. Frerign Attach' nt.
G. D. Tmlimatn. )
11El Pinitiff in the ablotve stamtd easea havitag
thtis tday fel his lDevlnraionm itn my Ollice,
ndu tihe Defendamnt haivitng neithter 'vife nora A ttar
e, knotwn tto residie witint the limits oft tis $tate,
mm w htm cotl.ies tof said h)eearatiomn with rules tao
al ad cann hbe aete tal nloionl of hltestrs B~aaatnk
e A dlatms. Plainatil's Attorteysa, Or.!ereadIL tha ad
itha n am ymear Sand1 a daty from~ the* ald.'ate ere', tar
ial andma atisinnte j ud'gmtent will he givena naninlst
ma. TilUS. G. BA CON, c c. t n.
Niatchm 12 18'7 lyq 10t
STATE OF SOUTil CA ROLINA,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
Lewis Jonea, )
i's. Foreign Altarmnent.
Geotge D. Tilim:mn.
Tillaman Wratson, )
vs. rForeign Attachment.
George D. Talaan.)
ii K Plaintiffa in the above sint ed enses, having
Lthtisdar hiued t heir Dectalrtioans inl my~ Olliee, 1
na tile I tlli'ndat htavinmg neither wvife- nmtr A itor
v knoawn to reside' witimin llae limits tat tis state,
n'whaamt coiies af jaitd )arnmtaimns wmitha ruales to
'ledr can1 be ter~ad ca ntmotion tof Aleatses Sanna
Sa M.rat, Plaintiffs A titarnle) s. Orde~redl thtat aidia
)edant appear and plh-ad tao sntid I)..elarations
thin a venr and an diat fromll the data. hm cotta. ear
tad andlt atbsaaiute judag'alm.t will be given against
im.'rilOs. G. lIA CON, C c e D.
Anreba fi 1857 1yq ill
STATIE OF SOUIJ''I CAROLINA
IN, COMMION PL IaAS.
O)rsamnus WV. Alena,)
i*. Foreign Attach'nt.
Geaorge D. Tillumatn.
II K PlaintifT' in the aove~ staltaed ens-- havinig
t3 his diay filedt hais iieelariation in l~m flicem,aat an
e )efenaant hiaving neither'a wife noar Attarnaiy,
noiwnI ta ridiae withlina tihe limtits of this Stalte, tan
komtt copies a a saiid I leelnlintialn with rud.-s ta pleada
mn be serivad : tan mlotiontl f Nlesara Carraal& &
ah'an.l Pliittif's A ttornleyma, Ordleted thtatsaidIDe
ndat appeanrt ainda p'endt to s::ii I )aeeluramtiaon within
year amnd an daay traom the daite hlereoaf, or linlal an~d
solu~te judgment will be give.n angadnst 1im.
- TH' US. G. ItA CON, C.C.E D
hlrh 12 1857 lyil 10
HS'TATE OF SOUTII CAltOLINA.
-'IN COMMON PLEA.S.
Landrnm & Gatry, '
Geor'ge I). Tilinman.
i ll1E Plaintillfs ill tile above >taited case, having
thIlis thn y hied their lleelarnmtioan inl miy Office,
td the Defenmdanlt hningt neither' wifte notr Attor
y. knowmn to residle withain thec limitas taf this Statte,
whonm copiec oaf sn.'id IXeearnltians wtitih rules tat
enda eann be aerv'ed: on maotion of taessrs LanldrumI
Gry, Plainmaifra A itornetytt, Ordiered thiat said
efendtant anyptair anad pleaad to said JDealarmation
ithina a year ad a dayi fromn the diate heeof, or'
.ini andm~ absolute juo.aamnt wi~ll he gien against
a.a . TIIOS. 0. BACON, C C.E Da.
March 12 1857 1)9 10
CO0L U MBUS, I
L adt eeuli o ueirto anly Jaek
er brught intta tile pat tof Chmarle,-ton, id stand
Spring seasona alt Edgefieild C. II.
S. F. GOODE.
aareh 4 if . 8
' L Perstans hav'ing denmandis nenainst the Es
tale of thme laie Caput. Jeahn Lipscoamb, are re
e'sted to present them properly attested to tihe
eeto's-annd all persons indiebied are informed .
at immediate payment is demantded.
BhiN.J. W ALlDO,
JAB. N. LIPSCOMB3, JiEzors.]
J. B. LIPSCOMB.
u... et n
AND SURGICAL INFIR]
T HE Undersi rd would respectfully er.i th.
to their very complete and extensive Estal
if NEGROES requiring SURGICAL OI'E
The Building is situated corner of Jackson
the Savannah Rail Road Depots; and in sight c
lion of patients from a distance. In its constru
iew'the special purpose to which it is applie
.onduce to the COMFORT OF THE SICK.
baths-and has water-closets in each story to a
tlso we-l ventilated and lighted with gas. W
ud female nurses, tue patient will be saved mu
of unavoidable neglect in the treatment of NE(
TERMS-For hoard, Lodging and Nursi
attendance, Surgical Operations, &.c., the same
Augusta, Jan 30, 1856.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
E. TWEEDY & CO.,
NEAR TIlE LOWER MARKET IIOUSE,
H AVE received their new and beautiful assort
ment of Gold and Silver llunting andopen face
JEWELRY OF THE NEWEST STYLES,
Consisting of Coral, Cameo, Lava, Gold Stone ai
a:l Gold Stts:
Ladies and Gentlemen's Gold Pins, Chains, F:n
ger Rings. Buttons. &e;
Silver and Plated Tea and Table Spoons. Forks
Ladles. Salt Spoons, Sugar Shovels. &c;
Ivory, Pearl and To.rtsise She 1 Cart Cases;
Poctket Books. Portmonaies, Knives, Scissors ;
Walking and Sword Canes:
Colt's Pistols, Rifle Pistols, &c.
A large assortment of CLOCKS, at prices varyini
from $1 and upwards. to whieb we cnll the atten
Lion of our Carolina friends and the public generally
Augusta, Nov 5 If 43
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
TOlIN & THOMAS A. BONES, invite the a
t tention of the Planters of South Carolina, tF
their stock of Swedes Iroun imported by then
direct from Sweden-A LSO-refined English and
Sheet Iron Mill Irons, Lead, Copper, Zinc, Carpen
ters and Smiths Toils, Cast. Blister and Plow Stell
Trace, Wagon. Log and Coil Chains, Iron Axels
floes, llamtes, Axes, Nails and a full assortment o
Aaaso-A large assortment of the most approved
Such asSelf-sharpening Straw Cutters. Corn Shel
lers, Wheat Fans, Plows, Harrows, Ox Yokes. &c
GMmtn air taa UlfLmanw.
And the largest and best assortment of Rodgers J
Sons CUTLERY, ever offered in this Market.
Augusta, Dec. 2, 1856, tf 47
CLARK & CO.
N OW offer for sale their splendad new stock
SI LV ER WV 4RE, of all kinds-Tea Sets
Pitchers. Castors, Waiters, Goblets. Tumblers, Cups
Works, Spoons, 1.adlles, Pastry, Cake, Dessert ani
Slheleld PLATED WARE-first guality o
goods in Castors, Cake Baskets, Waiters, Candle
Blirmingham and American PLATED WARE
very showvy. and at low prices.
GOLD W ATCilES, or :all good matkers-Cooepei
Dint. Tobias. B3urley & -Johnston, English makers
Britling. Mattite. Swiss makers ; and JIues Jur
gensen. cef Coplenheagen
S LV ER W A TOI IES in great variety ; quit
bent Ranilroad Watcehes, large size.
Rich )iaenond, Coral, Cameeo and Mlosaic JEW
EL R Y, all thle newvest styles, with a large sttoek (I
Sitaple mnd Fancy GOOl S, at their store, Ps
Office Corner. opposite the Railroad Bank.
.Au.4usta, Feb.4 18 7 t 4
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
H IG H T & MYACMUJLRPHY, continu
the :above business, in all its baranches. at tha
A si ERICA N FOUJNDRtY, and will be thankft
foir orders for tall kinds
IRON AND BRASS CUTTINGS,
For Gold Mlines. M\ills. Rail Ro~ads, ltrie-s, an
Machinery of all Descriptionms.
Augnstax, De 3so 6mi 51
fEN-.\I.\1N & GOODRIICIL. lrroatd stree-t, op
J) pisite Lamhmnt-k & C.-ope-r's. respecItfula
nounce to their friend.s and thei pulik. thtat thaey mer
tow ree.-iving daily a -hoice atnd wi-ll sele-eti
assertmne-nt of atlI kinds of FURtNITUrR E, suchla
HBiittEA US. 110OK-CASRS SOFAS. CIl I IRS~
TKTEA-TETES, C ENTRE TA TLES. RED
STEAIDS. WINI>OW SilAD)ES. &c.. of tela
ti st and most fishionale designs, whtich they guaran
tie to sill ats low as c-an he bought in this city, atd
ittvite n:1 who wish tu piurchatse, to call atnd examin'
A LL WORK WA RRANTED.
Minttresse-s and nll kinils of Fur-nitture-, mtanufne
tuti-d andl repaait-ed t-e order. with ni-etns t-a :nd dis
patch. 1IEN-.AlIN & GOOIIRICII.
.\ugusta, A ptil 23. tf 15
MVILLER & WARREN,
Cornier Opposite the' Globe Hotel
A UG UTST A G EORGI.\
.-T AV E just ri-ct-iv-eed a larm.e stock bf Full amt
Flounacced Emb~ra*d-e-d Ce tori-i SI .lNS;
Rich lBre- nn-i :td P';iid C:oirede S1.KS;
tFiguried aind Meiiri re iu iltnek SI I.KS;
Ric-h Fliettced MD-il.1N I) L\l.\ IE S:
CASII.\ERES and M1USL.IN DE L.\INES it
lIt .\llHA ZN ES, CIT.\LLIES, ALPACAS anr
Frecha, Enmg~ish aenet A mt-esten PIlNTS;
hl1tndwome Sc-etch :end- Friench OINGItIA SS
Ribt Frie1c E.l~itlD ,L~EE COLLA RS and
Rich liek Lace COLL.\RR anrd SL.EIEVES:
" J.icottet and Swis's BA NIDS and FLOUtiNC
[nfants' Emtbroideredl W A IST.S and ROlBES;
Rmbroidered Mh rio. CL.\ AKS feor Itnfanets;
Real Val-ec-ienes. Mlthesietend Threni L A CEaR
Rev-eire, lIIetmstitcheid ande Embdroiidered ItlDK'S
Aexnder's Kid andte Silk G LOVES;
slend~tlid stoc-k of Giett's"
Toet her with an cetdiess vari.-ty of Goods usually
~iutnu itt a IDry Gogeds Stre. We wiil say thaet we
|mve a lnrge stock, anxious to sell, and wilt takc
31tensure in bhowing th-e to our frienids aned custo
A ugusta, Oct. 8, IS56, tf 39
Freshl Ianported Garden Seed,
ALendselect nssortmnent of R ELIA LE
LarED imptd direct from thce best Seed
3rowe-rs ill Eur-ope. embracing every variety, viz:
Englisht Cabbages, Beets, Bens, Oniotts, Garden
For satle Wthib sale or Retail, lay
A ugusta, January 27 1857 2m 3
ALL Persons indebated to the Estate of Nathan
tiel Corley, "ee'd., are requaested to settle the
amne withtout, delay, and thaose having denmatnds
maist said Estate are hereby notified to recnde-r
hetat itn ptroperly attes-ted, by thte 5tha day of May
Qxt, othterwise their claims will postiv-ely be de
arred. B. CORLEY, Adm'or.
Feb 9 3m 6
ROUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
TH E Sub'sceiber offers for sale hit. lOUSE and
.L.OT itt the- Vilintge of Edgefield, c-onsisting
>f three nerts, witha every necessary building ont
he pre-mise-s, well of e-xcellent watt r, &e.
Terms accomnmodat~ing. WV. LOGUE.
Mar 4 tf '8
'hysicians' Buggy Trunks and Pocket
~EDICINE CASES-for sale by.
. A. G. T.J. TAGU.,Drggists.
9ARY FOR NEGROES,
attention of Planters and Slave-owners generally
lilintt 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
elion, throughout the entire plan, was kept in
dL; being 'furnished with everything which can
It i+ supplied with hot and cold baths and shower
void fatigue and exposure to the patients. It is
ith the constant attendance of experienced male
ich of the suffering which too often is the result
iROES in ordinary private practice.
ig, per month, 810. For all NECESSARY Medical
as in ordinnry city practice.
HI. F. CAMPBELL, Surgeon,
R. CAMPBELL, Attending Physician.
Edgefield Collegiate Institute
FOR YOUNG LADIES!
EXERCISES RESUMED ON MONDAY, FIFTH JANUARY.
A N E W SESSION will commence March 1st.
The present is however a good time to enter
pupils, as new classes will be form.-d and those
who commence are charged but from the time of
entrance. There will be no other vacation until
August. CIIAS. A. RAYMONI), Pars.
Jan 5 tf 52
Durable Riches Selling at Cost,
Ti I E Subscriber takes this method of informing
I his friends andl the public, that he has re-opened
four the reception of Students, the newly erected and
neatly finished Academy. situated in a healthy par
tion of Edgefield Distriet, S. C.. one mile and a
half. East of Kirksey's Cross Roads, in the immedi
ate neighborhood of .lohn H. Rountree, James Tur
ner, John Durst, Ransom Hlolloway. Holloway
Clegg. Rev. .lohn Trapp and Simson Mathis. Esq.
The Scholastie year is divided into two Sessions of
5 months each.
Rates of Tuition
For the Languages and the lAber Branches of
Mathematies........ .......$15, per Stssion.
For English Grammar, Geography,
Ari:hmetie. &e....... .. ..$8, per Session.
For Reading, Writing, Spelling, &e.$6, per Session.
Board can be had from $i to $7 per month. No
Scholar received into School for less than half a
session. WM. M. HEATH, Rector.
Feb. 4 1857 tf 4
W E invite the attention of the public to the fol
lowing arrangements for the ensuing year :
Tme Male Academy
Will continue under the control of Mr. JAMES L.
LESLY, whose long experience and untiring efforts
for the advancement of his pupils ought to command
a liberal share of patronage.
Tuition per Session..... ...........$20.00
Tme Fenale Academy,
In which small Boys will be admitted. wi;l be con
ducted by Mr. J. II. MORRIS, with competent
This gentleman has had six or eight years expe
rience in teaching, has always given entire satisfae
tion, and from his acknowledged ability and energy,
he deserves the patronage of the public. The
Trustees at Cross Ilill. where he has been teaching
-all gentlemen of intelligence-recommend him as
" eminently qualified to give instruction in all the
branches of a thorough education." We -nay add
that Mr. LESLY fully endorses this favorable opin
RATES OF TUtTION PEa SESsION.
First Class, Primary Department........$9 00
Second " Ordinary English Branches..12.100
Third " higher "~ " ...15 00
-Fourth " Greek, Latin and French...18.00
Mlusic. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .20.01
The Scholastic year will be divided into two ses
sims of live months enech. Pupils will lbe charged
ffrom the time of entering to the end oif the session.
iTI.e exercises v~ill commenee on the Glrst Monday
B..ard enni be had in the village at from $8 to $10
per mnth.R. MIERIWETHIER,
S. P. G ETZEN. I
A. .3. HA MMON D, I
S. W. G4RIDNERI,
J. C. PORTIER, I
A. P.J~ I11LIElt, I
II. A. SIJAW, J
Nov 5 tf 43
S, E. BOWERS, Agent,
IL:aburg, S. C.
jE.ELs thtnk'ul faor the very liberal patroanage
Iof his Friein.hs und the l'ublic genaerally, and
still aoleils a share if their paItronamge. 1 ie is naw
recei vmgi a
Sugars, Coll'ees, Cheese, cisen Butter, Pickles,
Preser\'es, spies. lR-,iins. Crnekers, Ciamda!es,
Sunps, aakerell, Family Flaour, 'uctk whe:it
Ftiu r, lr~'irnom, Butck eta. Taabiecos,
Segnrs, fttncaraaii Wines and
I lrandie.s eaf amlI ainlities. Se
perior W heait Whiskey,
Rve ntnd Ithaurbein
and all aother kinIisl that
are kaept iaa this tlarket aar A ueuein.
or :ny ithiar ~alarket this Sidle .f Jordin.
7T .\1 GOOD 0 lS pit np hy htimsalI' are warratnt
ed ta able if the be1ast n'' artiales.
I lumtburg, Noav. 25, t8..6, if 410
VEGETABLE LIVER MEDIGINES,
A SA FE A NI) E:FECTI..\ b. Rt El) Y
Faor all kinds of 1.ivir dikenaes, anad :al dlis.
ctaes iad indtsisotinaa.. that originate
friam a disc nsed stare air ininetivity
of the ivaer-suh as chroic
antd necute infilammnation oft the
l.iver, dasprsia sick bied
ache, siatiriess cat staa~~emne,
* coasttieness, &c., & c.
10)0 Packag;es just recaeived anad for sne!eby*
G. L. PENN, Agent.
.luly I tf 25
FOiR TIlE L ADIES I
. ~7 E lenve on hianad a great variety of Colognes
IV T lattndkercheiat Extruets, Toilet Powders and
ant assiorttmenit of Fnnecy and Toilet Soaps;
Pomades. Pure 1,eats Oil, Ilair Teanies, Restora
uivesa and Hair hiye:
Picestoni Salts and A rematie Vinegar;
Creame ofl lIenauy. Carnation Riouge, Hair De
pilatory. &e.., tll oft whtich the attention of the
Ladies is respaect fily invited. For sale by
A . G. & T..). TE AG UE, Di-ugista.
31ay 23 tf 19
SLL persons indehated to the Estate of William
1 D). Thiurmond, dee'd., are requested to make
payment to the undersignted. And thtose having
demands against the same will pirLeent them accord
ing to law.
PLEASANT D. TiHURTIOND), Adm'r.
A pril 30, 1856. tf 16
Hides, Hides, Hides,
IWILL buy 600 good Hides delivered at my
EDMUND PENN, AOSNr.
Oct. 29 1856 Gmi 4-2
Cupping Oases and Scarificators,
A LL kinds. Iso, Lanets aned a great variety
of Surgical Instruments, fair sale by
A .G. & T. .1. T EG UR. Druggiste
A LL Persons indebted to the estate of Jlesse
Linabecker, dee'd., arc earneatly requueated to
make immediate paynient, aned those having de
mands against the said Estate, will present them
properly attested. G. W. LAND)RUM,
Adm'or. de bonas non.
A ug27tf 33
A LL proshavitig demands against Edmund
L. Whey, are requested to present them to
the undersigned, anid all persons in anywise indebt
ed to said Ridmunid L. Whatley, are requested to
mnake immediate pawmnt to the undersigned..
W W.ADAMIS, Assignee.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Elizabeth Prince, Sarah Jeter
and Nancy Turner,
to. Bill for Account,
Martha Turner. Mary Turner, -Slt and Diri'n
John Primea.'d Alex'r Sharp
ton, Ex'r. of John E. Turner,
IN Pursuance of the order of 23d .1ov-. 1855,
pronounced by Chancellor Wardlaw in this
cause, all persons having demands against the Es
tate of the said John E. Turner, are hereby requi
red to come in and prove their respective demands
before the Commissioner of this Court, in his Office
at Edgefield Court House, on or before Monday the
6th day of April next. And such of the said credi
tors as fail to appear and make 'proof of their re
spective demands before the Commissioner as-,here
by requested, will be excluded from all benefit of
any decree or order to be pronounced in this cause.
A. SIMKINS, c. E. s. D.
Commissioner's Office, Jan. 13th 1857, 2me 2
State of South Carolina.
William G. Mood and,
William G. Walker, Bill for Foreclosure.,
Ha-ilton A. Kcnrick. .
IT appearing to me that Hamilton A. Kenrick:
the Defendant, resides beyond the limits of the
State of South Carolina, on motion, It is ordered
that the said Hamilton A. Kenrick do appear and
plead, answer or demur to the bill filed in this case,
within three months from the date hefeof, or a'de
cree pro confesso will be entered agninst him.
A. SIMKINS, c.B S.D.
Feb 26, 1 57. 13t 8
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Wm. L. Anderson, Ad'or.
vs Bill for Foreclosure.
Council Weathersby et al.
IT appearing to me that George Weatheraby, one
of the Defendants resides beyond the limits of
the State of South Carolina, On .motion, It is or
dered that the said George Weathersby do appear
and plead, answer or demur to the said Bill within
thre.- months from the date hereof, or a decree pro
confesso will be entered against him.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.E D.
Feb 26, 13t - 9
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Mary B. Dunlap and J. B. S. Harris,
William A. Harris and others.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that George W.
Dunlap, one of the Defendants, resides beyond
the limits of the State, It is there'ore ordered that.
the said George W. Dunlap do appear. plead, an:
swcr or demur -to this Bill within throe months
from this date, and on his failure so to do, that the
same be taken pro confesso against him.
A. SIMKINS, c E E.D.
Feb '3i, 3m 8
State of South Carolina.
R. 51. Fuller,
A. Bushnell, }
S. S. Boyce and I
MI. A. Ransom. J
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Bcnjamuin
G. Gallhoan, Thomas R. Callman, Frances 13.
Gallman, Middleton Moseley and his wife Eliznbeth,
and William G. Galhnan, Defendants, reside be
vond the limiits of the State. It is therefore ordered
ihat the said Benjamin G. Gallman, Thom'ras 13.
Glmnan, Frances Ii. Ga'iman, Middleton' Mlosely
and wife. Eliz-ibetih, and William G. G~dlmani. die
app.-tr, plend, answer or demur to this liill within
three ameumth.' from this date, and on ther feiiure so
to do that the samce be taken pr~o confesso necainst
the.A. SIMKINS,c E.E D.
Feb 20 3m 8
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA, V
Custer &k Coxe, and
Abram Ma~rtin, (Bill in natlure q( bill of
es. rerveor and supplemnent, d-c.
Lydia W. Crabtree. J~
IN Pursuanc~e of the~ order pironoiineed by Clhan
rcllar .uihinstone, in this ense, on 7th .linne, 1S55,
nil and singular, the ere*fturs sof seen Gasrre-tt,
.luin'r. dleesd, are hereby reqiuired tao comelne bi
faire the Commieissoner and make prtoof of th.-ir r
sps.etive debtls before the sidh Comimnissioiner in hls
Omee. at iKaeti.-ld Cosurt House, on sir befsore Mists
dlav the I18th of lay neaxt. Ands suchi sf the snid
eredltisrs as rail tos come in and prv tit-ir re'spee.t
il-e dlemn;mda before the Coatmmi~.ioe.r, wiini te
tisme nhosve mtione~~id. witl be s xe~udled frsoms the
beinefit of the dlecree to beC psrosnne ss en.ils this eiu.e.
A . SIlK I N.-, cuxe i.
Oomisionem 's Omlee, .lant. I:1, 1857, -ime I
s'rTTE OF SO[UTHl CA(ROLINA.,
OI Cl i's here by given to all and int~ular te
ere ditiors ofl A rthsur D..zier decen-sed, is hose
e-ins shall be left untialied byv the A dmsiintratsir
tam hprisent andl proive thi mt benfare tme in air before
thss fourth Mslony in Manreht next. (ii pain of lbeing
psrec-luded fr..mi the bLOm it of the dlecree lair die
Giv-en undser my hand at my offee December,
t6th 1856s A. SiMEKINS, c s.E D.
I ue 24 3m 50
TllE STlATrE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
IN EQUI 's 3
G eorge Newbey andi others.
~OTICE is hecrebay given to all an sinzular the
ord trso M iriam Newby decense.d, to pre
sen an prve hei Tepecivedenmands before m
on or biefor the fourth Monday in Marcht next, on
pauin of being priciuded from the benefit of the
Given unfor my han;~~;d at my office this 16th De
eecmber, 86.A. SIMKiNS, c E.E D.
D~ec 24 3m 50
State of South Carolina,
Sam ah Naney Quarkes,
S. W. Gardner.
N OTICE is hereby given to all and singular the
creditors of Sterling Quarlcs, decessed, to pre
sent their claims duly authentiented to my Office
prior to the fourth Monday in March, 1857, other
wise they will be precluded.
Given under my hand at my,Oficee, this 15th
Dee. 1856.A. SIMKINS, c.E.E D.
Dec 15 1856 3m 49
A LL persons lhaving demands against the Es-?
tate of Elijah ILangley, dee'd. are re-quested to -s
present thenato the undersigned properly attested
ont or before tho 10th day of Aptril next, or their
said claims will be excluded.
Jan. 5th 1857, 3m* 52
I N Store a fine variety of Paint, Varnish, Grain
ing Blenders, Tanners, Whitewash, Crumb,
Dusting and H~air Brushes anid Combs-Flesh .
Brushes and Hair Gloves-Nail, Tooth and Shaving
Brushes, &c. For sale by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Drutggists'.
May 233tf 19
A L those indebted to T. F. Coleman, R M.
Scurry & S. Turner, will do, well to csome
forward mid make payment by Return day, as lonieer
indulgence cannot nor will not be givet. Thesei
who wish to savejeosts imust pay proper atte-ntionl
to thi, notice.
Jan 7 6 52
ANEW and improved Style.-Also, Nipple
L.Glasses, Breast Pipes and Pump., Nipple
Shields, TeethingRin &c. For-salelby
A. 0.& T. . TEAGUE,Drghs
ayss okf er . . . M