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krom the Washington Union.
Mary Walton! Mary Walton!
Tell miell me, where is she
Is she playing with the children
On the dai-sprnk!c I lea
From the boweri,
Where can Mary Walton be ?
Go and' seek her by the river,
Bending o'er the lillies fair,
Wading'in the crystal waters,
See.if you can find her there,
She is straying
Long in staying
See if Mary Walton's there?
Ilie thee40 the blue waved ocean,
% Seek her on the pebbly strand
Gath'riug tiny shells and sea-weed
In her ehubby baby hand,
Step ye gently
Little foo; prints, in the sand.
Little children hsten thither,
Thro' the dingle, o'er the lea
Eeek lhpr on the hill and mountain,
Lead her gently home to me,
. Little fairy
Little ones she'll co:ne with thee.
And they asked-thsoe little children
Lightly fouted o'er the sand,
Sought her in the shadowy valley,
Sought her on the pebbly strand
"Did ye find her
Did ye bind her,
Gently to your little band !"
-' Mary Walton! yes, we iun-:d her
Sleeping 'neatir a hillock lu e,
Blue-eyed daisies watching o'er her,
And her name upon a stone,
TiaE has Mlary Whton flown I!
We find in the A4harleston ereury, the fol
lOWinlg (1luLtions of the prices of the Carolina
prodittein the New York market:
uCraUnLESvo% yEGpTAULFS.-We clip the fo!
lowing from the New York prices current: New
(harlestem potatoes at $3.00 a :.50 per barrel;
new Charleston apples at .3,50 a 4.) per lbar
rel; peaches from Charleston at $.1,01) a 9.011
per box; tomnaties frow Charle<ton at 8;10 D, r
The potatoes and to:natJes w.e have no doubt
were grown on s,>me uf the fine gurdens near
Charlestm-but the fruit caine front the interi
or. Is it not surprising that our people avail
themelves so little of the a.lvantages which the
inore early tivors of benehsent spring give them?
In our cereals. fritit. and vegetables, we arm six
weeks in advance of more Northern climates
with' our railroad and steamship ficilities, we
supply their own market a month or six weeks
than they can ;consequently, our fhrmner.< and
fruit raisers get the .benef it of the high pirices of
the opening season. Why is it we arve so slow in
availing ourse'lves of what nature has dono tar
es? I.< it because we are too rich as a pecople
to bestow our energies upon sneli trifles ? in the
detail they may appear as trijles, but not so in
the aggregate; one- box ot- peaches for $4
.eemq quite niuportant; but 10.000 boxes
would find a readly'market in Boston, New York
and -Philadelphia, the proceeds of wl~i.:h would
constitute no inconlside'rable item in summimg
up the resources ot our State. We are pleased
to observe a very great. inprovemnent in this res
*poet under the atimulus at o:;r agricultural and
omological societies ; these things are~ preiunted
through thmem to the intelligent consideration-oft
the people-and we have no doubt that in th1e
r'ouote of a few -years the fruit and vegetable
,exportations of the State will present as large
n increase as that of the wheat and flour ex
]jRJ lAR--TH JIPOCHODlC.
Dr. Willard was a man about six feet four
inches high, extremely thin, anid hatched-faced ;
his body was so small and short that he appeared
all arms and legs, and looked like a little pestle
on two bean-poles ; and had you met him on the
beach, you would think he had just waded in
from the West Indies, He was, inoreover.
troubled with all the ills that flesh is heir to;
- and it was his greatest pleasure to communicate
them to every one who had the courage to ask
him how he did.
"How do you do, Dr. Willard ?"
" Wall, I ant a good deal well; but I'm a lit
tle better to-day thani I was yesterday, but not
quite so well as I was the day afore. I've got a
desput headache, and then I've got shockin, sore
eyes, and t'other night 1 had an awful earache,
but my wife punt some walnut sapi into it, and it's
a leetle better now; and theni 've got a dreadful
edugh that lve had these forty years, which is
very troublesowe. ( Conghs. Last night. I had
the colic in a most ahockin' way, that umy wife
thought come from eatima coweumabers that wan't
ripe. (Coug/hs.) But she gin me some burnt
brandv..aud a' little htoarhtound tea, andi itseemsed
to help meca good deal, but I ain't well. (Uongka,)
Then I've' got a crick in the back of my nstck,
so that I han't been able to turn mty heaid with
out turnin' my body, these two days. (Coug/a.)
Then I've got a pain in nmy left Ehoulder, and
another across the small of my back, that senms
sometimes as though it would tear my kidneys
right out. (Cougla.) Thena I've had the siatica
in my hip ever since Deacon Lobdil's had the
raisin'. Then I've got a paur; in my knee that
sometimes a'mnost onmants me. (CUony//S.)
Then tmy thigh that I broke at the raisin' of
Cousin Doolittle's saw-mill is dreadful trouble
some jist afore a st~rm. (Cough,) And thenm
I was a ploughin' in the garden t'otha rMay and
what do you think the old mare did.? wlhy LIhe
tarnmal old critter run back and knaocked my slhig
agin thae..coulter, and 1I' hardly boen able to)
waksince. But to crown all, my wife seid nie
after some ovenwood the, other day, and as I was~
comin' up the steps with it, my foot slipped and
I fell back on my erooper-bone. The wood fell
on my face and knoced out the only tooth I had,
Mquashted the bridge of my nose, and e'n a'most
killed mae. (ConughIs.) T'hena i've got fifteen
corns on my feet, and the yallow jaundie beside.
How do you do.
DON'T LIKE NEGROES.
A discnssion recently took place in the Cana
dian Parliament, upon a bill to lay a tax uponr
foreign emigration, in the course of which one
of the members took occasion to express his
opinion respecting run-away slaves, in~ the fol
Hon. Col. Prince said he wished to move a
-rider to the measures. The black people who
infested the land were the greatest c-urses to dhe
Province. The lives of the people of the West
were mande wretched by the inundation of these
animals. and many of'the largest farmers of the
county of Kent had been compelled to leave
their beautiful farms, because of the pestilenti'al
swartv swarms. What were these. wretcejus fit
*for? 'Nothing. They cooked our victuals andi
shampooned usIl but who would not rather that
these duties should he performed by white meni
The blacks were a worthless, useless, thriftless
set'of beings-they were too indolent, lazy, and
ignorant to work, and too proud to be taught.
And not only that, if the criminal calendars, of
r~ country were- examined, it would be found
aba~t they were a maj.rity of the criminals. They
*.-dera not misn-they were. baboons; and-so de
,ratutile wer~e they, thtat. unless some method were
.4dopted of preventig4 their influx into this coun
- y bay the 'uad~rnoud railroad," the people
*'fthe West would, sAthed to drive them out
,y opena violence, y -i411 k,4'og the House
- -aposed a capitlathi.'n a4::. upon eaqiggg froim
E.Aurope, and the objtg~t o14hi motion yg' 4&
levy a similar taLX up)On 14cek. who came hither
from the States. lHe now moved, seconded by
Mr. Pttopm, that a caitatioin tax of Avealllln'
A.. -Anito. an2 tknan sbfliags nink Dscer
children above oie year and under rourteen
years of age, be levied on persons of color emi
grating to Canada from any foreign country.
OUR TRADE Vi ITH CUB1.
The following speaks for itself:
WHAT wi nUT OF CtHnA PER ANNUM.
300,121 tons of sugar, value- of... .$33,234,291
27,000.000 gallons of molasses.... 61,859,175
13$,307 boxes, of 1,000 each, cigars 2,507,743
3.1,901 gallons of honey.......
5.7 68 tons of Cuba tobacco... ....972.567
Total purchases for 1857... $45,143,101
WHAT WE SELL PER ANNUM.
Lard to the value of..............$1,257,932
Coopers' ware and lumber........ 2,060,282
Meats, butter and cheese.......... 445,218
Flour, 22,293 barrels. ............152,295
Indian corn, (no wheat)........... 126,218
Furniture and carriages. 185,644
Other manufnctures............. 1,107.264
American gold and silver.......... 398,534
Other exports of domestic growth... 2,.974.69
Total siles of domestic produce. ...$9,379,582
The above summary leaves a balance against
the United States in the yearly trade with the
Island of thirty-five million six hundred and
eighty-three thousand five hundred and nineteen
From the Memphis Appeal, July 25.
This grass is exciting considerable attention
just now among the firniers of Middle Tennes
see, us a substitute for oats. A few se:ed were
imiported by an exiled Huingarian -some four or
five years ago, to Iowa, and many of the far
iers of that State have fully expcrimeuted with
it. From the accounts that we have seen, it has
succeeded admirably---its yield being from three
to six tons to the acre, and furnishing the very
best and most nutricious of hay. We have also
seen letters from several gentlemen in middle
rennessfe who have planted it this year, and
they all concur in aseribing to this grass a4eei
ded advantage. The crop is only about eight
weeks in mnaturing, and two crops a year are in
sured from one lanting. It is not too late now
to raise a crop. The followingr is an extract
from a communication in th'e Rashville Hume
,sead, from D. F. Elam, a respectable farmer of
Davidson countY. We have also seen letters
from Gov. N. K. Brown, Dr. Manlove and others,
fullv.-confirming the above:
--I sowed some three acres of this grass about
the 13th of May, four miles from the city, on
the G(allatin pike. Its grolyth has been more
ra)id than that of any *rain or grass that I ever
saw. And now, only mix weeks from the time
it was sowed, It his headed out generally, it is
four or four and a half l'eet high,-and I suppose
in two or three weeks more will be fully matured,
and in my opinion, will make a larger yield than
any ti-nothy I have ever seen grow in the State,
an1 tilly equal to timothy in quality. I will
send you a specimen of the grass."
'E Pauip' kiPJw .-NovizmNo SRuoNoea
TH . Wujs'y.- 31r- b1i00ogeery, member of
Congress from Pensylvaina, wri'ting g letter to
onte if his vanstituents, and which has somehow
been allowed to go into the papers, adds the ful
President Buebanan drik. nothing stimula.
ting, utept old rye whyslv, I told him that
you used to hayo the hr 'ima was ever distill1
in our regin. and he made ma pvnromse to see
vou and get him some, it you had it..
~Could you let me have a barrel, or even a half
bam-rl, of the best you ever made? Write mue.
1 will sendl a lag~ of it to the old chief, if I cain
Whaereupon-the New York E.epir'e says, "old
rye whisky"' is only about si:r1y per* 'ent. pure
alcohol. What do they consider strongy drink at
CRaCEx ConN Cas.-This has been one of
our August luxuries, and it will be in season
all throuagh September. It umay be mrade of
the sweet corn. os rqf any other kind ; the sweet
varieties are best. Hluskc as niauny cars, as may
be desired, and, without boiling then; gra~ts off
thre corn, Stir into this about two tablespqas
tul of flour foar every dlozen ears, and also qne
egg, previously well bealen. A dd a lit tle salt
and a very little sugar ; if the corni bte sweet,
add abont two tablespoonful to the diozen oars,
Let the whole be well stirred, and baked in a
greased tin basin or tin pan, for a full hour, in
a hot oven. It is good without any dressing,
but may be eaten with butter or creamn, &c.
A LAnn' PggNC oF MtND.-A correspon
dent of the Lynchbusg Vifginian, writing from
New Market, Jefferson county, Tier,n., gives the
subjoine-1 item: A lady, near this place, Was
blito', the other day, by a rattlesnake, after.
*ieh slas gndone her apron strin and tied it
over the bite. skau jled the snakce, cut off a
piece and applied it to the wannd, and drank a
quart of whiskey. At last aggagats she was
doing well. This was some spunk,
PAat--c fIxltiT,--Inl replying to an in..
vitation to the Donmocratie lebration in Philade-l,
phia onMonday last, President Iluebanan wrote:
-" Ihave received your very kind invitation to
he present at the uaeting of nmy fellow-citizens
in Independence Squiare, to celebrate the anni
versary of our gational inadependence. Woud
Lhjat it were ini my power to accept the invitation.
This, hower~r, is im;.>ossible. May we ever con
tinuetocelebrate with ardenatenthusiasm, through|
out the length and breadth of the land, each sue
cessive z eturn of the day which gave us birth as
a nation, Whilst we do, this, and -thus keep
alive, fromp paeration to generation, the memory
of the coihinon sugferings and the common
danagers whsibh our fathers engagiptered in asiev
ing our inadependence, the Constitution ani the
Uanion will be preserved,"
On the subject of "Bites anid Stings," H!all's
Journal of Ifealth baa an iem which nmy be
important for some:
As many of our readers are preparing to
travel or go in the country for the summer, it
tusyie.-j, seful to remind them that an ounce
vi of' ' gf 4.artshorn should be considered
que of t eid gals as in case of being
bittyn or vtun by any zgsonon~s animal or in
sept, the in/edite free appicaio of the ilkali
45 a washl to th~e part ba~teD, gives mytat; gg
feet and permanencmt pelief, the liite of' a nmad dog
wu believe, not exuepted; i o will stfrong ashes
MHIaGEw.-The tuarriage of a loved child
may seem to a parent a kind of death. Yet
thereizba father pays but a just debt. Wedlock
gave him the good gift ; to wedlock, then, he
CEDa Sratsoe AsYLUM.-Oa Wednesday
evening last, in Company with a frieuad, we
visited this institution for the deaf and dumb
and blind, which is located four miles from
Spartanburg, The site upon which the build
ings are erected is well suited to the purposes
fur which it was designed, big in an elevated
anid healthy part of the country, where natu;>p
seems to have lavished her richest stores oaf
variety and beauty. An appropriation was made.
by the State to this institution at the last session
of the L~egisintlre, and ian consequence a large
and commodious buIlding is now going up, which
will he amply anificient, to aceoou-,ntn4te the in
creasinmg number of pupils. We had the iilens
nre of taking a dIrauight of clear, cool water
front Cedar Spring, and an opportunity of see
ing aiid coorsing with several friends whom
we chanced to nlept there. It is a considerable
p lace of resort during the sinynaer.-Greenville
Patriot & Mountaineer. .
"Aa"a Washington correspondent of the~
Baltimore Sun, says: "Ceneral Quitman never
stopped at the National Hotel in this city, and
therefore could not haa u-e died of disease contrac
ted there. It is but justice to the p resent ex- I
cellenat management of that establishment that t
travellers should not longer be affrighted by
groundless reports upon the subject."
The general impression is that the disease
which terminated General Quitman's life was .
contracted at the National Hotel in Washington. 1
It epip however, to he unfounded. J
w&Aibolih qrel ooes oharntdsa
PUBLiI3ED EVERY WEDNESDAY AURNING0.
, SININS, D.DI OE80E WLIJAR lBE,
TERKS OF SUBSCRIPTION
Two DOLLARs per year, if paid in advanee-Two
)OLLAS and FvvY CasTS if not paid within six
ouths-and Tanat DoLLARS if not paid before the
xpirstion of the year.
Subscriptions out of the District and from other
itates, must invariably be paid for in advance.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
All advertisements will be correctly and'conspicu
,uzoly inserted at Seventy-five Cents per Square (12
revior lines or lers) for the first insertion, and Fifty
Donts for each subsequent insertion. When only pub
ished Monthly or Quarterly $1 per square will be
Each and every Transient Advertisement, to secure
publicity thromgh our cohmns. muet invariably be
paid in advance.
Advertisenents not having thb desired number of
insortians marked on ha margin, will be continued
ntil forbid and chnrged accordingly.
Those desiring to advertise by the year, can do so
n liberal terme-it being distinctly understood that
|outracts for yearly advertising are confined to the
immediate, legitiuate business of the firma or individ
All communicatione of a personal character will be
:harged as salvertisements.
Obituary Notices exceeding one square in length
ill be charged for the overplus, at regular rates.
Announcing a Candidate (not inserted until paid
or,) Five Dollars.
For Advertising Estrays Tolled, Two Dollars, to be
paid boy the Magistrate advertising
Hardware, Cutlery, & c.
W M. H I L L,
,HAMBURG, S. C.,
W OUTLD itaf.*rm hisi friends 0
and ala who may be trading -
to this Market, that he still con- I
inues to keep a FULL and well
elected tock of Gods in the
above line, and solicits a share of
atrjnaz- fr, m all who may be in want of any ar
fico a he keeps, assuring them that every exertion
shall be made to aive oatisraction to the purchaser
in quality and price, feehlng confident that he can
-ell his Goods on as Reasonable terns as
they can be purchased at
ANY HOUSE tN AUGUSTA.
Ilia Stock is now COMPLETE, having added
arely by recent purchases from the BEST blanu
1aeturera. 1W-s Smek is such that almost every one
can find some article on their lit of wants, and on
much terms as cannot fail to please-amongst whicb
is a good assortment of
Cut N A11. of all sIzem, of the best brands, in
cluding all sizes 1-f SPIKES. Also, English and
Americnn ilairse Shoe Nails, Wagon and Wrought
Nails. a!l sizee.
Nail RODS anal Sheet and Hoop IRON;
Blister. German and Cast STEE.L;
Collins & Co., Leverett's and other celebrnted
make of Broad, Chlipping and Hand AXES,
Mill, Cr.ass Cut and Hatnd SAWS, all Wnds;
flamm, ro, Litisels, Augers, )rawing Knives,
Ad-zes, Gimbietu, Britee and Bitts., Mill, land Saw
ad every variety of File"' and Rasps, Saw isett,
omipasaes, llolow Aucers and Hitta, Gauges,
Plane of every dlesiription, Plane Ilitta, and every,
Variety of Oarpentear's Tools,
Edge Tools or every description.
B.,laws, Anvils, Vies, 8erew Plates.8Sledge. Hand
and Shoeing f lanmners, Rasps, lDril'.s, Tongs,
&c., all of the best manufacture. Great
<-are having been taken in the selection
of these articles, they can be
relied upon as the best.
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
[has Smock of Pascket and Table Cutlety is complete
and quality un,,urpassed -amongst whichi can
be found full Setta of Table Cutlery, or
Joseph Rlodgers & Sons celebrated
annfaptere; Pocket and Pen
Kniives all potterne and4 quatl
iuies - ine Razors. Epis
pars, Shaears, &p.
Also, a great variety of
S MA LL W A RES,
Bu-k as Pins, Naedle,,, Port Monies, [lnir Brushes,
Combs, Paper Envelopes, Pens, Pencils, &c.
Guns, Pistols. &c.
n hand a choice lot of Gunn and Pistols of the
linest quality-Coba's, Adams' and Dean's and
others make of Repeaters, self-cocking.
Alap, an .'sortment of Pocket Pistols,
Percussion Caps, Shat Belt,
Powder Flasks, Game ig!,
Cleaning Rods, & .
li Stock of Building material swill be found comn
plete, consisting in part of Iocks, Hinges,
8erews, Wiadow Vesatemuings, all kinds and
qualities. Also, Till, Pad, 'Trunk and
Liglat and heavy Casti gs.
lways on hand a fino assortment, of liht and
heavy Castings, Pots,0Ovens, Spiders, Tea Ket
ths , Well Whec's, Waffle Irons. &c.
Farmer's lloilers, CauldIrons, Wagon
Boxes, Sad Irons, Fire Dogs,
Shovel and Tongs.
Cooking and Heating Stoves,
ALL PATTERNS AND SIZES.
Iagon Chaips, all kinds, Log Continued, Halter
ad Trace CI!:hna, Spades and shovels, Hay
Forks, Crapitery and Glass Ware, &c.
Also, manufaicturer of all kinds of
Ti and4 Sheet Jiosi Ware !
All are earuestly soliciit (' all rnidezupipp
r themselves. And you wi;l fina it greatly to
our interast to patronize y.our old Edgefield Dlis
riet citizen. WM. KILL.
Hamburg, Oct 26 tf 42
Marble at Newberry, S. Ce .
KE EP constantly on hand, at my Marble Yard,
Newberry, S. C., MARBLE and GRANITE
WXEBS TOMB TABLETS, MONUMENTS,
Rend Stones, d&e.,
In, endips styles anad of every variety.
LT TERINQ dong pgatly and correctly at three
ttnt! papr Iettgr.
A ll orders shall have prompt, attention, J sell
is cheap as the cheapest.
IW'Por further particulars, call on Col. Chtris
ie, at Edgefleld C. H., S. (C.
JOHN R. LEAVELL.
Newborry, May 24 Cm*~ 20
TR Y ED from my pliee on Rig Creek, about
tho 22nd imit., a Mouse Colcured MA RIC
tIULP., branded on the shounlder with the letter
.-Also strayed at the same limo a ,imall BA Y
Any information of themn will be thankfully re
eivsod, a.anl the informer comnpensated.
W. P. BUT LER.
Elgefield C. H., S. C , June 310 tf 25
Bacon and -Lard.
1 (TST reoeived a larg.-snpply or llACON SIDES,
5 110U Ll)ERS anad LiAIS, aif superiar quali
, which is offered for sale at V ERlY LOW FIG
1RES. Please onll and eianmine this fine' Bacon
a.-fore. purchasing elsewvhaere.,
Also, lo000 Lbs. L.EA F LA RD, in Jars.
G. L. PIENN, Agt.
Jun 9 tf 2
IE Subscriber having purchasedl that excel
Llent and well-fitted out Brick Yard, long
:nown as tho Simkins'~ Yard, has just mado and
horoughly harnt 100,000O CH010E BRICKS,
hich will be sold on reasonable terms. A con
dierable discoutnt allowed for the Cash.
H. I). C ROOKE R.
S Aril 21 1858 tf _ _ 1
OTICE.-Applicatio, will be made to the
.Legislature at its next Session, for an Act to in
arporate the Bethlehem Baptist Chareb, in Edge
DR. SAMUEL GKEfERT.
A FTER an absence of severAlfyeari, engaged in
the successful prosecntidn of his profession,
especially in the cities of $ew York and New Or
leans, has returned to
And is now prepared to treat
Without Surgical Operations. Owing fb the fact
of his having procured the assistance of his son,
SILAS T. GIBERT,. D.,
A graduate of the Jefferson Mledical Collage of
Philadelphia, and who has had ample professional
experience in the cities of New York apdCharles
Ion, patients will be now treated on more favora
ble terns than -eretofore..
g0 SLAVE-4 will be boarided, hodged and
treated for $160 per day.
W Particular attention paid to the treatment
of CHRONIC DISEASES peculiar to females,
Cancers,Tm nos, Ulcers,
I - Syphii, Etc.
During Dr. Gilbert's absence from this section
of the Union, ceitain persons have, 'to the great
detriment of many of those who have employed
them, attempted to imitate him, professing to have
a thorough knowledge of his vemedies and mode
if treatment. The public is hereby notified that
Dr Gilbert has no specific remedy for any disease,
that his success hps been almost 1,holly owing to
Isis personal -kiIl and experience. The judicious
use of caustic applications reqa.ires fully as much
professional sagacity and experience as does the
successful use of surgical instruments.
Wg Pamphlets of Testimonials, etc., for gratui
tous distribution, may Le had on personal applica
tion, or by addressing
DRA. S. & S. T GILBERT,
330 Main Street, Greenlaw's lIuilding,
Memphis, Tenn., July 13th, 168 1m 27
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
RAMSEY & LABAW,
(Opposite the.Unlon Bank,)
A RE receiving daily, and are offering to their
friends and customers the largest and best
Stock this ieason they have ever oftred. Having
purchased the entire Stock almost exclusively for
CASI, and paid unusual attention to the manu
facture of the Clothing, we are prepared to offer
them at prices to defy competition. We have an
elegant line of
SCARFS, CRAVATS, STOCKS,
UNDERsHIRT., and DRA WER4, every grade;
Linen Bosoin SIlRT%, from the well known
manufactories of Miorrison & Co., Golden Hill,
John 51 Davis & Co, and Fowler &Co.
A complete line ot GLOVES, of every kind;
IIANDKERCIIEFS, SOCKS, &c.
We have also a very large stock of SERVANTS
CLOTHING, of every kind, which we would call
especial attention to.
Mierchants and others would do well to call be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Augusta, April 21, ly 15
THE LIVER INVIGAROTOR,
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.
IS a reat sentitalie dln diheovery. and la daily working
enlres, alnost ton great to Inlleve. It enres an if by na.
ic, even tiie irm atlose giving hent. anal seldoman nnre than
onae 10aule is re-quireil to eure any kind aiof Llver Complaint,
froman the worst .laundice or DI speluaia to a scatnon heai
nehea, all of' whsich are te re'sult of a dlise'nseda Liver.
The Ltve'r ia n of the principal reglahtors of the
huasuan bruty, anal whens It pe'rforaf ilts fametiaans well
thae iawers aof thae s~sltem tare fully alevslas aaed. Thess
tmahisalmost entirely aiapena(en 'n i le heatlhy
netinso the Liver for the.7 laoper pertarman'c aaf its
functcl-as. Whern theattmf . neha is tat fault, the bowels
areat fault, aind tihe whnle e ystent Sit lf ar a in conase
quneo n rgan--thie. ~ Liver- htavinig c,'-as'al to,
d,,itseiny. orue sises eta of that orana, itt-< f the'
praaprie~tam lhts ta' It his sitly, in n practice of
muore than twenty ye'ars. traflnat same' r-meady wthere'
w it h to 5nunitrnet the ,nnly dernngrne'nts i
wih, it is lialei.
Tat prove that lih's re rmerl) Is itt lnat faaunai, any
person iraatbihl withs L!v e r Cainapilintai is an y
af Its f-,rns, hias but to, try a taahOla', and coanvictirain is
Aeampnmlhal has leen ii"i faarmed lby dianalving gutna
anal extracitng that par( which ha asolutle for te tac
tic.e virsues of thec nteail ci. Theta. gnrna remnove
all mnartida ar had matter F" fratintha' sysiaetn, sillal
lng sn theiriahne'n haeulthy flaaow of bil', ins igaaraaing
the atonnelh, asusig-fatna - toa dlgit well, laurifyihng
the' tboul, giving' taone anal hea'thl to ite s ala'f miach!a
lng a raalical cure withtot n n y of the alisagreeard,la'
after aeffectsa, felt hy using C aaaial or Miinaernl Pat
son that is usaly r Ko ru o
SOne alnste after enting is i'"stifllia'ent to raelieve' lisa'
stomachj, sq preyent the .. 'esNl fra,,i riitng anl saair
(Itly neo dose takep betfore' Fatiting;, prelets
Only one anse taken sat p night loosen. the bnwveis
gntly. at citres ntslre ""nae%.
One I~e taken after each " meal will enire Dyspepsatia.
g'r'tne alonae of two tea spoonsaful will aiwnv.ye r
ll've Sick lilaadache. a
Otte batles takeni for fe inale raistetion, renves
the cause aaf the atiseata.& anal ntaka'sa perfaect edte.
Only one lat immedli ately ra-iieves Uholic. while
One acasios,often repeastd, la i a aura cure -faar C'hot
ern !tierlauis, anal a pse r v'eniative or Cholera.
tbnealase, taken onaen. p will parevesit thet rev~irrentce
af ltiiiaiss Attcka, while H- it ra'lieves til lealint'nt fa'el
0;' Oly one bottle is tieeaiaed to thtraw out of the
systaam the t'ets ofaeaei c ine ;after a iaang ,aLslena.
atte baattle taken foar .Jainnifce, raeniaaves all
yelowness a r umpnattipsi (h coiaor fram t1ne skin.
Otne dose taken a short liaie beafaare eating gives vigaor tat
the appeatite, and takes faeaai ligest we'L.
Oneii alaaae, often repetead, cures Chronie Dinrlhaaa In tsc
warst foirms, while suminar tanat bowel conitpialinte yie'lai al
moatst to ste fljst dleo.
Onle aar ttVa lases pttress attacks enuaead lay wormis, while faar
wapns Ist elliifern, there is pna surer, sibr air spaeater rein.
Wayli iewrlal. Ils It tiever faili.
Tere hitt na, exsggeosan hsa thase *:ntelnents; lhey ais
pasm, saaterh raelss, that we eatn give evialencee tot pre whilea
al who use i are glving tlhylr unlm~touts te'stainoty in its
We take itadnilte lalisure in recaatametundling is ntsiedkine.
ts a prev'entive faar Fever anii .tue, Chili Fever, niti al ail
Fevers uf a Bllaus typ~e. It operates with certtlisiy. nnda
A~sntng the hautarids oaf Liver Iterntealies naow offlereal to
the pubhic, there are notte we cenn so, highly recinendet as
llt. SAiNFO5Itl' INVI'00RIAtlt, sa gaenernily knoawnt
tnaw thraughtiai the Uiant. This praepntruntih Istrusly nt
LIver Inuvigoarntar, parodlneing thei 11nost happy rasuilts aansall
whoa use It. Almotl lnnusneraile certliaante taeiben giv
aen t" te great virtun of tlt mealicinae tby thiane af the high-I
et standling itt society, and we know It taa he the biet pareipn
ratiaan now baefaare the paublic.--IuIdue ('eunnlt JIhmoeruat.
PRtICEt,.ONE DOLLAkR P'El iIBTTLE.
SAiNFOI) & ('0.,
~popiCtor,. :45 Broad wny. New Yaork.
.iaF s:ale at Edygtfehsl V. H. by t). he. pgNAgn
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
T IIO.\A S D.-CIIA MBERLIN, who is in the
c.~ustoady of the Shterift' of Edgeielda 1iitriet,
by virtue of a Writ of ?apias ad Salisfaciendum,
at the suit of Janmes' N. U. Freeianid, havintg tiled
in umy Ollice, together- with a schedule on ath of
his Estato and e$ectaa, his petition to the Court of
Common Pleas, praying that he ntay be admtittead to
the bentefit of te tots of the General Assembly,
made faar the relief of insolvent debtor.. It is or
dred, that the said .Jamtes Ni. C. Freeland and all
other creditors, to whom the aid Thomsas D). Chain-a
ber:in,, is in anywise isndebtead, 1-e, and they art
hereby summonled, and hnave is ties to qppear be-a
fore the said Court at Edlgelielad Court hilaut, on
Mondaty the fourth day saf Octobs r ut.xt, to show
enuse, if any they an, why the prayer of the pets
ion aforeaid, should not be granted.
ThIOS. G. B.\CON, cc e .
Clerk's Office, June 25, 1858 14t 25
THlE STATE OF SOU'.IH CAROLINA
IN COMMON PL EA&.
yW. SMITH, who is in the custody of the
s Sheriff of Edgefield Listriet, by virtue of a
Writ ofl Capias al Salisfaciendurn, at the suit of
A bner Bushtnell, having lilead in moy Oflice, taagether'
with a Schedule-o t ath of his Esatie anti s-freets,It
sis pe'tition to the Court of Common Pleas, piray isng
that lie miay be admitted to the benefit of the Acts
of thte General Assembly, made for the rehiar of itn- J
salvent debtors : i.i oraeredl, that the saiad Ahaner ..
ilnahnell and all other cra ditora to whaim the said
J. W. Smith is inf anywise indebted, be, andh they
tare hereby suvmpned, and have notice-to appear i
before the said Court at .Edgefield Court House, on I
Monday the' fourth day of Octiaber next, toa show ti
cause if any they can, why time prayer of lthe pe
titioner aforesaid, should not he granuted- t:
.THlOS. G. BA CON, o.c.r.
Clerk's Ofib, Jue 22, 1858. 14t 25
Cherry Bone and Cordial!' ]
T R Sbcie has jnst received a fine supply ~
of SUPER0O C&IERRY BOUNCE AND
CODIAL, which Is a most dlelightful drink, and -
an excellent sumer beverage. Call early amid1
get a dozen bottles or so, as it is .going- ofl like .
"hot cakes." W. E. Lh'GG. I
July 14 If 2'7 i
LTEMONS--ust received five-Boxes Choice
E. T.'IIAYIS, Agt
AY ,- S
, (SUGAR COATED,)
AIM MADE TO
CLR.ANBE TME BLOD AND CUME THE SICK.
Invalids, Fathers, Mothers, Physicians,
Philanthropists, read their Effects,
ad judge of their Virtues.
FOR TILE CURE OF
Headache, Sick Readache,Fon] Stomach.
PIresaau , l'.., ay 1. 155.
Da. J. C. ATEa. Sir: I have been repwatedly cured #-f
the worst headaches asy body can have toy a duse or two
of your l'llls.' It seea to, arise fromt a foul stonmeh. which
they cleanse at once. If they will cure others as they do
mo, the fact in worth knowing.
Yours with great repl'ect, VD. W. PREnLE.
Clerk of Reanmer (Trion.
Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints.
DEPAiaTENT OF THE INTZalt.
WASNOToN', D. C., 7 Feb., 1856.
Si: I Ias used your Pillk in my general aid liwepital
practice ever since you made them, and cannot hesitate to
tay they are the best cathartic we employ. Their regu
latling action on the lier is quick and decided, cousequtent
ly they are an admirable remerly for deratcgetnentseof that
organ. ldeed, I have selduni found a case of bilious dis.
ease so Obstinate thattit did not readily yield to then.
Fraternally yourv, AWNZO DALh, 3X. D.,
Jlysician of the Marine Ilospital.
Dysentery, Relar, and Worms.
FosT OrnzcE, IIARa~ui, Liv. Co., 31M.. NoV. Ir, 1855.
DI. Avr.a: Your Pills are the perfection of uelidie.
They 1:ave done my wife nmore good than I can tell you.
She litn been sick aiml pitting away for nmonths. Went
off to be ductored at --at expense, but got neo better. She
then cotunenced taking your Pills, whicl scion cured her,
by expcelling large quantities of wornin (lead) from her*
boly. They afterwards cured her anti our two chilren
of blooly dycentery. One of our neIghbors had it bad,nnd
Mn wife cured hIm with two doses of your Pills. while
ot ers around us paid fromt lire to twenty dollars ltoctors'
bills, and lost much tine, without being cured entirely
even then. Such a niediclne as yours, wihich is acqially
good and houewt, will be IFFIN, oe aer.
Indigestion and Impurity of the Blood.
Proa& Rer. J. 1. lines, 1aslor of Adrent Church, Boston.
DR. Ayal I have itaset yotur Pills with extraordinary
success in niy fatmily anti aniong thoe I am called tovisit
liu distress. To regulate the organs of digestion and 1n1l.
fy the blxl they are the very best r-mnedy I h:ave prer
known, and I can confidently reconnsend them to mny
friends. Yours, J. T. IIIES.
WAStW, WromwG Co., N. Y., Oct. 24,1865.
Dun Sin: I am using your Cathartic l'lls in my prae.
tire, and ind Ilment an excellent purgative to cleanse the
systen and purify the fountains of the blood.
JOHN G. IEACIIAM, 3t. D.
Erysipelas, Scrofala, King's Evil, Tetter,
Tumors, and Salt Rheum.
Fron a Forwarding JMerchant of M. Louis, Ab. 4, 1856.
D. Arsr: Your Pills ar the paragon of all that Is
peat in nedichine. They have cured nay little dtiughter
of ulcerous sores upon leer bands and feet that hal prov'd
icurable for years. 11er mother bad been long grierou
ly nillicted with blotches and pimples on her skin and in
her hair. After our child was cured, she also tried your
Pills, and they Iitre cured her. ASj BeORGRIDGE.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Gout.
Prosa the 31er. Dr. Iawol-es, of the Methdist Epis. Church.
Pct.WsI IloesI, SAvaanA. GA., Jan. 6.156.
Iloxouzm Sin! I should be ungrateful for the relief your
skill has brought me if I did not report my case to you.
A cold settled in my limbs and brought on exerulciating
neiuralgic pains, which ended in chronic rheumatism.
Notwithstanding I had the beat of physielsna. the disease
grew worse afdI worse, until, by the advice of uur excel
lent agent in Ilattimore, Dr. a31ckenzie, I tried vour Pills.
TheIr effects were slow, but sure. By perseierhng in the
use of then, I am-now entirely well.
SEICA CRaxaa, ATONx Itorns, LA., 5 Dee., 155. -
DR. Area: I have been entirely cured by your Pills of
1theumatic Gout -a piifful disease tlcat-had afflicted ime
for yearn. VINCENT SUIDELI.
For Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred Come
plaints, requirling an active p.urge, they are an excel.
For Costiveness or Constipation, and as
a Dinaser Pill, they are agceeable and eflretunl.
Fits, Suppression, Paralysis, Inflamma
tion, and even Deaftess, and Partial BIiid
mess, have been cured boy the alterative action of these
Most of the Pills in market contain Mercury, which, al
itgh a valuable renedy lin skilful Iand, Is dangterous
in a pultile pill. from the dreadful consequences that fre
qustntly folltw its incautious use. These contain no mer
cury or mnineral anubstance wrhatever.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
FR11 TIlE RAP1D CURE OF
COUGHS, COLDS, IIOA R SENESS, 1NFLU
ENZA,, BRONCIIITIS, WHOOPING
COUIGIE, CIIOUP, ASTHMA, IN
and fnr ite relief of conmunipitive Iteticents in advanced
stages of thme disease.
We teed not speak to tIme putl~lie of ila virtues.
Througthout every towin, anel alnncet every Issuclet of the
Amecrican States, its wotnder fuil cite of ptintonary cont.
plaints lhave ituncle it already known. Nay, few are the
famcilies in ancy civilIzed country on thIs continent with.
out sonic liersonmal expcerleace ofr its effects ; and feweryet
the comniunlties any where which hare not ancong alcem
sonic livIng troicihy cof its victory over dthe auletle and clen
gernocs lsesses of the thernnt cnd lungs. WhIle ila thce
moect iacwertud antidote yet knwn to ncan for the foruil
debie and daiigerceus diseases of the pulucontary organs, it
Is also th-e plteasantest and safest remedy Ilcat enn be em
plcayedc f-a lufatnts and youang i'ems.s. I'arent. shoul
have it in store against the lusiclin eneney thcat stents
utjson thienc unpn-paared. We have alcanidanat groiinds to
believe the Cherry Ji-etoral sacves more lives icy tima e-m
sumpationse it prevents tlann those It cures. Kee.p it ley
you and ncr.' vnncr eols wille the~y are curathele, nor nea
lect themc usi no huiman skill ran mcaster lice lnexoralble
caeeker theat, fastenied on lthe vitals, eats your life away.
All kutnW thme dlreadful tfatality of lung dilsordlers, and as
they knocw too tie vIrtues of this remedy. we need not do
miore tlhan to anure theim It is still made the 1,eet it can
be. We ,jesre no rcest, no ere, nso toll to lcrodluce It thes
tuist iarrfect p~osilalC. nd thuis afford these who rely nei
it thie iset cigent a cile nucr skill rann fum niela for theIr eture.
PREPARED RY DR, J, C, AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Kass.
0. L. PENN and DI(.s. A. (I. & T. J. TEAG IrE,
|dgefeld C. II.; A. J. PELILET IEIR & CO., llam
irg, and by all delers in medicine. Wholesale by
AVILAND, CIlICIIESTER & CO., Augusta, Ga.
June 2 ly 21
~ELEBRATEO DOUBLE SORE EN
['HE SUBSCRIBER having purchased the
IRighmt ror this Statc, now otrera to Platnters therse
etly ceieb?:atedl FANS for eleasning 1 lient. This
ma is superior teo any tleiing of t'<e kind now in use,
the number of prem'iumsi awardedi at different
bate Fatirs wi'll attest, it Is sim'ple int its struete,
aily rigged, works well, a~nd when cout of order,
mn be repaired by any ordinarty mtechitaie. It is
hapted to cleaniing nli kindcs oef granu. For further
earticulars soe land Ilill, whlichl will be furnished
y one cesiring such.
CQTTON GIN3 AND THRASHERS.
Also e ntantly oil Itand a supply tof Cotton Gins,
ehielt I warrant to be equal to any~ tmade. Also, a
t i Thrashters which acre so extensaively known
tat I deemn it uninecessary to eulogise thenm here.
Theate inlchines e -all amanufacuredl in this plaece,
y skillful worktnen, and of the very best umaterial,
aid warranted tio do what is sacid for themt. A ihy
rders foar either or t,he above ialaocinesi, addressed
tithe subscriber, or left with my Travelir~g Agenta,
till be prwomptly attended to.
A beville C. II . . C., May 18, 3m 19
Anti Spasmodic Tincture,
~IE'BEST MIEDICINE TIIAT 'lAS EVER
BEEN OFFERED TO TIlE PCBLIC FOR
GENERAL FAM:LY OR PLAN
It should be kept in every family ready for uise
cases of Colic or oilier vioilelit uttacks of dis
For Iforse.s and Mules.-It recarly fails to cute
yen the wnrst caaes oh Colic.
It is highly reconmmended by thosn who have
ed it ini this Disirict.
IIOME TESTIMONY iN ITS FAVOR.
EuoEzr EL., C. II., June 19, 1S58.
Da. DEN~s-Dear Sir:-l havre tried your
~ntiSasmodie Tincture in diseaa of horses. as
oli, and have recomme.nded. it ini various caes.s,
d have not yet known it to fail in effecting a
reedy eure. I have atso given It in my aervants,
hen they have complained of being unwell, and
ye found it to give quick relief, especially ini
oie It aflords mne pleasure to reco~imtmeind a
tedicimne so useful in violent attacks of disenmse and
valuatlek for general use in ftmliis and on plan
hions. F. M. NICHOLAS.
67 For seale by Dr. A. G. & T. .J. Tengue, atnd
.une 23 if 24
OTTICEAlli persons having chatims agacins
.te batate~ of James S. Col,-man, dee'd., are
reby notified to render thorn in by the 1st Matrch
50-otherwise iheir notes or acenunts will posi
vely be dlebarrc d. And I14ste indebted to said
iate must pay up by the 5dth February next, or
iny will mcist assuredly be compelled toa pay costs.
E ENNET PERR Y, Adim'or,
June 9. - m* 22
[CE ! ICE !- \lwaycs on hantd a supply of
.ICE, which will be solid a&6 Cents per ponind
ah. E. T. DAVLA, A at.
May 19 tf 19
XECUTOBS NOTICE.-AIl perhons
Ldlhaving clalinm agatinst thle E:.tate of Avory
land, deceased, are hereby nolified to present
ern, properly attested, imlmediaetely.
J. S. SMYLY,)
J. A. BL AND, Ex.'ore.
E. BLA ND.
a. n ,
CHEAP FAMILY GRKERIES!
T IIE Subscriber is now receivine and openi
a VERY CHOICE STOCK of wel'seleec
To which be begs leave to invite the attention of
Planters In want of Choice Supplies. He may be
found in the Block of Buildings formerly occupied
by GRORGE ROBINSON as a Hardware Store.
My course will be to adopt the old motto,
"A nimble Penny is better than a
My Stock will eonsist in part of the following ar
St. Croix SUGAR;
New Orleans, old process, SUGAR;
"t new " do.
Stuart's A. 1%. and C. Soft do.
" (A) Crushed do.
" Powdered do.
" Sugar House SYRUP;
New Orleans do.
Old Government Java COFFEE;
Rio do. superior;
Eng'ish Dairy and roshen CHEESE ;
Choice Old BRANDY and Holland GIN;
Jaminica and New Enuland RUM;
.lohn Gibson's XX and XXX;
Rectified and Tennessee W HISKEY;
CONFECTIONARIFS and PICKLES
M ACKEREL. SALMON and SARDINES;
Superfine FLOUR. &c.. &a.:
A Fresh supply of ORANGES and APSLES;
Together with many other articles too tedious to
mention. THOS. KERNAGAN.
P. S.-Also a fresh supply ,of No. 1 and 2
MACKEREL in Kitts, f and j Bbls;
Buckwheat FLOUR. No. 1;
Fine Spanish SEGARS;
MACCARONI; CITRON; andCRACKERS;
25 BblIs. Fresh Thomaston LIME;
Hamburg, Jan.19 1Y 2
CHlRIST I E & HURLBERT.
T HE Subseribet offrer for sale at the old stand
. of R. 11. Sullivan, a CHOICE collection of
Carriages, Roekaways, Buggies,
And all other artiel, s in their line. They have
made arrangements to keep their House supplied
with the BIST ARTICLES, from the BEST
Factories in the United States, which they will
sell LOW FOR CASil, or for good paper on
CARRIAGES and BUGGIES of every des
cription will be furnished to order on short notice.
April 22 tf 15
NEW GOODS FOR 1858!
SPRING AND SUMMER SUPPLIES.
I A\1 now receivingt my Spring supplies of Dry
Goods, Grocerces, &c., &c., which, in point of
quality and cheapness, will compare favorably with
the Goods offered by the merchants of Hamburg
My stock of Dry Goods consists of almost every
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Of the most fashionable styles and of all qualities.
Also, a fine assortment of seasonable Goods for
Gentlensen and Yoastl's Wear.
Also, a large variety of
BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &C,
In the G ROCERY line I amn prepared to offer
such inducements as must, please my customers.
My stock consists of an assortment of
Suagar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, &c.
Also, always on-hand TOBA CCO, SEGA RS,
SNUFF, W IN ES, BR ANDiES, P U RE
C Come and look at my Stock.
.1. L. HARMON.
WinterSeas, Mar 22 Lf ---11
.4 GREA T desideratum in the way of LIGHE
LI is accomplIshed. An illuminating Oil is
prepared frotm Coal, called KEROSENE OIL,
Brilliancy andl Intens4A.,f aiglit
Is unsurpassed by all otheti artifieial lights. It is
not explosive-will extinguish fire if poured on it
-and last, though not least, it is very little more
expensive than sttmshine. '-A small Lamp, giving
thal aigh of six Candles, .will not cost excee 'ing
haf cent an hour, which cnn be graduated so as
to givec less light at a much less expense.
We lave the exc'nsive A gency for the KERO
SENE OIL and LAMPd in this pilace, anti will
selljhemn at Charleston prices and ternms, whivh
are exclusively for Cash.
-A.C. &. T.J. TEAGUE.
A pril 28 tf 10_
New Goods---Late Arrivals!
1.0 PENN, Agent, is constantly replenish
L. ishing his Stock every week with FR E4H and
IMost Desirable Dress Goods,
well suited to the season. The L~adies will fil
among his latest arm ivals, sonme very beiutiful and
rashionable Gohods, such as
Rich Side Stripe (IRGAtNDIES andJ.ACKONETS,
Skeleton EKIRT.4, latest styles ;
Black Silk and L:ace MANTI LLAR, beautiful ;
BONNETS of latest and most handsomec styles;
landsonme Bonnet Ribbons, Flo.vers, Ruches, &c.
ICall in ladies, and see my egoods.
May 26 tf 20
T I1El Subseriber is now re~ceiving at his Store a
FULL ASSORTMENT OF~ GOODS, to
which lhe resptetfully invites lhe attention of i
friends andl custo.mers.
W Thannklul for prat favors, lie solicits a con
tinuanice of the same.
.10IIN M. CLA RK.
Cold Ppring, S. C., A prl 21 1855 tf 15
LL piersons indebted to the estate of Daniel
AB~one, dlee'd., are requested to make hamedi
ate paynment, and all piersons having demands
against thme same are hereby notified to present
thms properly attested.
L. P BONE, Adm'ors.
DcC. 23, 1857. Uf 50.
Mount Enon Work Shop,
T7 i1E universal satisfaction that the work done
U.by the subseriber has heretofo e given, en
couages hi-n to hope that for the fu'ure hei wll le
equaly suecessful, Hie is better prepared every
yer to do better woik, and he does not h- sitaite to
say that the
COTTON GINS AND THRASH ERS
made by him are equal to any now offbred for sale.
Many testimonials of this fact mighft be given.
Work kept constantly on band, and orders exo-f
cuted at the shortest notice. Adadress, I
ThOM A S E.'CLIA PMAM,
Coleman's X Roads. Eketeldl' list. S. C.
3WOr Mr. D. R. DU-ISOE, at the " Advertiser
Office, who is my authorized Agent. _____
Boot and Shoe Notice.
vTHE Subiscriber continues to have
made, on the shortest notice, and in j
the best manner, th4 finest and most sub
statial ROOTS :md SIIEPES.*
11l orders lerf, at his Shop will be promptly at
tende.1 to. C. M. G R.A V or myself will he found
at all times in the Villagte to attenad to all orders.
Nu work to leave the shop without the knowledge
of the Mubscriber or my A gent, C. M. GR AY.
ILTShop opposite B. J. Ryan's Livery Stble.
E. H. YOUNGBiLOOD.
June 2 tf 21
Sam will have it Pare.
I H AVE thIs day received two Barrels of pure!
RRYE WHISKEY, and five Barrels of pure
CORN WHISKEY, very old and pure-shipped
by Mr. Cenn, direct from North Carolina. 80mio.
of the most eminent Physicians of Augusta pur-!
chase It for their use. For sald by
.S. E. ItOWERS, Agt.
N. 1.-On hand 25 tibls. Key Stone MJononga
Hamburg, Marl 1f 8
OTICE--l will sell a good second-hatided
NPIANO oheap f)r cash or aood note.
FRES DRUG, iDIiNES,S&C.
T HE Subscribers take pleasure in .infohming -
their fiends and patrons that they are NOW
RECEIVING a Large Addition to their al
ready extensive Stock of PURE and FRES,
Drugs, Meicines, Chenicalsi, &es
T 0 P K.Y 1 C I
We are prepared and will take pleasure in far
nishing Physicians with a COMPLETS OUTFIT
of Medicines. Instruments, Shop Furniture, Medi
cal ?.addle Bags, &c., &c.. &c.
TO THE LkDIES. -
We will also say to the Ladies, that our Stock
comprises ALL articles for the TOILET)*om the
Dressing Comb and Brush.to the richest Perfume
ry. Fine Soaps, Pomades, Hair Restoratives, De
pilatory, Cosmetics) Lubin's Genuine Extracts, de.,
Also, FLAVORING EXTRACTS for CVlinaiy pur
TO THE PLANTER
We say,i your wants have been attended to~ln our
preant selection. Send in your orders,-or come
in and let us put you up a complete Plantation
Case of Medicines, Instruments, &c., with full di
rections for use, in all simple cases,- and~ thereby
save time, money and health. A simple cathartic
or the timely administration of an iniefie, -6r an
anodyne, does and will often break the'char of
morbid action, thereby preventing serious and-pro
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY
We extend the invitation to call on us. We hare
all of the most r,-putable nostrums recommended
to cure almost all of the ills and aches to which
flesh is heir to.' If you cannot find anything .
adapted to your case, we will exert our skill in
preparing something for your relief.
;Prescriptions filled with accuracy and dis
patch at all hours, day or night.
*Call and examine our Stock at the Dftg
Store under the Odd Fellows' & Masonic Hall.
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUIE.
Edgefield, April 2t tf 16
E STA B LI S HIE'NT,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
tJOHN M. WITT,
having jus re
ceived from New York a most COMPLETE and
MAGNIFICENT assortment of
Rcspectfully announces to his friends and'patrons
that he is prepared to exhibit a beauifdlf and
well nianufactured assortment of CABINET FUR
NITURE. My large assortment consists in part of
a splendid variety of fine and superfino
A rich lot -all styles-of Ro owood and Mahogany
Rosewood and rahogany Libranes,
SECRETARIES WITH BOOK CASES,
A beautiful collection of Rosewood and Mahogany
WASH SINKS OR STANDS,
A good stock of excellent spring bottom
PAREGR SOFAS, -
Tmproved styles of Rosewood and Mahogany
Mahogany and Itosewood Tables,
Consisting of PARLOR, CARD,'TEA, EXPAN
SION, QUARTETTE and- dadies ,WORK TA
Corner Stands and Portable Desks,
A variety of fine.
An unusually large assortment of
Comprising Solid Mahogany spring bottgm Rock
ing Chairs ; Spring bottom solid Mahogany. Parlor
Chairs; Cane seat Maple Rockting and Parlor
Chairs ; a small lot of Preuscott Oak Chairs; Chil
dren's, Nurse's and Bowing Chairs, and Children's
CURTAIN BANDS, BICTURE CORD AND-aTASSEL, ClU8
"CRADLES. TOWEL. RACKS, &C:.
All of which will be sold at a iery small per
cent above actual cost prices. I am compelled to
continue the CASH SYSTE~M,. and will riglidly
adhere to it in futube, as 1 am well convinced that
it is much the best system for al' parties.
An examination of my Stock is solicited. Better
bargains are not to be had in Augusta or any
other Southern City.
I continue to make to order any FURNITURE E
wanted, and also to repair all old Furniture sent.
Send along your work and it shall be done in a
gg I bespeak a liberal share of public patron
age. .1. MY. WITT,
Apr 21 tf. , 15
FRESH GROCERIES, &c.
TVM. E. LEGO ha:s just received anothe~r
large and varied assor tment of
Groceries, Lignois, Tobacco, Segars,
Which he is selling rapidly at prices 'conaideraliy
rediuseed. Ihis pre'sa at Stuck cons'sts in pairt of
Two Tho'usand Lbha. RBACON, a choice article ;
SUGA RS or dlifferen-t k:n,.l, aend cheap ;
Fine assortment o.f COFFEE;:
Choice SY RUP'S and MO[LASSE6S;m
Pine A pile and Fnglish Dairy CIl EESE;
No 1 M ACK ER EL in Bbis., excellent;
No 1 ail 2 do in Kits;
Fresh Sairmon. Lobsters, &c., In' Cans~,;.
Tomatto and Walnut KETCHUP;
Worcestershire and Pepper SA UCE;
PICKLES of all kinds;
A tine asortment of Fresh CANDIES;
ORANGES, LEMONS, APPLES, &te;
ILrandied FRUITS In variety;
. CURRANTS, CITRON, RAISINS. FIGS, &c.;
Almi.nds, Pieian and English Walnuts;
PORTER and A LE, a splendid article:
Chamnpagne WINE and CIDER;
Sherry and Madeira WINES;
Fine WINES and BRAN~IJES.;
WhISK EY and other Liquor. in abundance ;
LEMON SYR UP, an extra article, &c., kec.
May25 df 20)
E, PENN, Agent,.
H AS jusit received n supply of the PRINCESS
ROYAL LOOPED EXTENSION
RRIDAL SKIR TS.
To which he would r spectfully invite the atten
tion of the Ladies. This SKIRT is of late inven
tion, and for beauty and utility far suepasses any
thing of the kind ever offered for,sale.
It is mad.' entirely by machintery and without,,a
stich. The hohps are brought to their'p'aces by the
interlacing of Loops-may be taken apart in a mo
ment, and adjusted to suit any size by removing
one or more hoops, and as guIekly leeed together
and ready for the wearer-nmaking it an ADJJUS
T ABLE SKIRT with a new and simple AD-JUS
TABLE BUST LE, free from any inrumbr-ant
Th-, Ladies are invited to call and examine this
new and miost desirable article whieh is meeting
with rapid sale.
June 233tf. 24
T HUE Subscriber having purchased the premises
Lfornerly occupied by Mr. HT. A. GR AY, as a
Watch repairinig shop. is now'prepared to dp all
kinds of work in connectit n with
Watelses, Clocks, Jewelry and
Having secured the serv-iccs of a FIRST CLASS
WATCH MAKER, and being a. practical Clock
Maker himself, lhe hopes to give entire satisfaction.
All work done at 'his shop is warranted, and it
it falls to glge satisfaction, the money will be re
All persons leaving work with him may depend
upon getting it at the time promised.
P. 8.-A Regulator, that will keep exact time,
will be kept running in the shop. Persons desi
rious of obtaining the true time can be accomoda
ted at any hour in the day. F ADE
April 6 1858 LI. 13
those having claims against the Eudate are
to render them , ier -atedt~a an
lay En -. m ErE ,atn xa