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The Farmer's Wit'e that wot; be.
I am a wild and laughi-ng girl,
Just turned of sweet ,ixtcen,
As full uf fun ant imischief -
As any you hae e
Anti wh~en I :n Lp ,.t~it rown,
'u cit be o r iNAio:
If c'er ty ~y i :
ru- Ir's. wife 1";l 1,0C.
L-st cether -irls %% li l.ve it beLt
E;ajoy. the gloom11y towa,
'31 thrdu:y W!ll' 11:1.1 dirty street:7,
To rauible up anl dw:II
But ilaiwery !i.i's. and si:'y woo.le,
And runny skies f.,r we;
If e'er I ta:-ry in my lire,
A 'arutur's bride I'll be.
THlE BEARINGl OF FAIH.11.Nl UNPN HEALTiH,
Thisvsk farclua e'ut is
ah1ost wh4!y overlooked by the youny
hn hey ars deciing upo:: their couris
I,.:-l. 'lir chief hig h u ht f.i
it. peuia:ry aL.p).et of1 a profzess~in or]
ealling. 'hiat kusines is chosen whuel
* J~~~ reiuniNes the ilrge.,t :ida qujicikest retuirne.
Let tle golden streami he qik and vio
l-1m" is tihe prayer of the IultOitude, .
praver often ainsweL'redl. but at the expens
if headth and lifK. The filly of such a
i hi~e is apparenit enough to 4l who aro
i a er.ona!y nteedinl it, land the
io ~i-srabe victis th.-miees bitt-riv I.
!11"'m it, when tU-00 hiue to reti.eve theni
Mi~aslachutts pays a good deal of at
Itntion t6; v..ital Statistics, anld. inl thie Elecv.
c-i i Report of th, reg s rat'iii.< of ior.
131:, adte by% thle ertayof State,
ti. r.esults of the ills 1,or eighty vears.
ing witlh 1851, are maade out. It i,
i.umevd that every ian's business afl.s,
1 some1 degree, his health and chiances ol
f-, anid th:t the aver.g age f the ie.
iers of* anyv prosionSii or calling i~s the
roper neaiure of its healthfulness.
ew admit this or not, it is, pro
I y. the be -t ineasnre w3 have. Fromn
ett .it ics. coverin!g a rliol of eigh.
are:1*-, it ap e:s that a-lieulturists
.:eblk1:miths live onl to the aver.
. ta*e of 51.44, and hLmi'atiikers to that
lf 4's.12. which stands lowe.t in tihe
it:de o f mnech.anical empj~hym zents. Tlaking
Ac he hole of these emnploymnents, and the
yerage age to which tiey attain is onil
d .-cars. This gives t) the farner an
ia in.tage of 11 years over the average
.f miechanical enployments and pursuits
car d on inl close rooms.
These results, we think, give farming a
gre.ater advantatge over other pursuits
th:mi is commouly supjosed. Young ien.
S;eelally, who1 are deeided upon thcir
biushineS fo~r Jife, do iot consider that. iii
turiig'r away from thg farm, they are vir
tually deciding to throw away seventeen
ver frvom the niiost enjoyable and useful
pi1rt of life-a hale old age.
Yet the longevity of life upon the rmi
is what any compifetent phyvsiologist wouhd
rruiet, kinowing: the ci remastanes (of
farmers and thiose who* fbld!ow other r
suits. F'armuers, take them as~ a ela-:s.
have a better stotek of' healh tio bein
with than those wvho Iiiw a sdmr
mL'. That soin is selected to lill his f~:hi.
-ra plavsad o iuyth esed
* who iit phyiali abe t enduire the ti
Sthe Milld. 'if theret is at weak .one
non~ig the flooek, lhe is, quite likely, kept
aschool steadily in boyhood, and in the
(ines f his youth sent to college to
coeateacher, otoenter one of the
'rued professions. If there be a lame
ior otherwise deformed, he becomes
o r or shoemaker, where the organs
,comnotionl are less essential. The
apire prioverbi, -'to him thatt hath shall
* .. gien," is- fuifiled in ihrm life. The
jsat and ale-boield son is selcted for
ha. ptursuit which is bes~t calculated to
*acipline the physical powers and keep
em~n in their normal condition. Good
1'ealth and long life are, in somec measure.
* C~;'indenlit upon constitutional vigor. lin
ia respect, farmers are a picked class of
, ien, anl it is not stranlge that a sele~tion
rtr this calling, baEsed upon tlhis principle
t:ar a suceessionl of generations shonld re
ecIt in firmer health, and longer life, than
e' find in other calfings.
WVhen the life that they leadl is caeu
lated to make the mios t f this adti ageiiU&i.
a'lI the organs of' the body' are cailled into
* fre.,pent and varied exercise. som that every
pa:rt is syimmetrically developed. This
exe~rcise is mnainily taken in the open air.
soi tl:at he hu~i the~ full benefit of plenty
o'f oxygen for his lungs, and sunlight for
his sin, urson which aninmal health is
p"ite as dependent as vegetable. Their
;od inumre siimple and nutritious, and
.uner'al taken into the system ini a fresh.
er' conditi, and their sleep is more sea
w eiable andl reti-eshinig; earl y hours lbe
- every where preva!t'nt in the rural dis
i~.. So thr as the ind~i~ atieets heaabh.
~y :till hltve the aidvantuag over the
chants and mechainies. They have
* r audch inivested ini what is deemeitd
scurest fariji. T[he soil and their
u ets are of very uniilrm price, so
hey have little anxiety, abiout either
I or interest. With industry, anid
r :dina ry blessing of Providencee. uliey
t .rtol :ha-~ive acomipetenice, and edu-.
Th:ey knowv little of thme bu'.sines<
-menits aind heart-buinig rivalrie:~.
res tf the city. 1*;v' rahmiL as thiew
enare to the agicutur:it. wve lave
aithac claose of 1$51, will tsh'.w that
tni. a .erage term of the lhrmier's life hast
be *' lengtisened several years. The temii
,erance i-eform and imnprovements in the
kyle ot living, and in the tone of public
n'orals~, mutst have had an important bear.
~.:g upon the longevity of the husband.
Them: Aets ought to have weight with
the multitudes who arc now debating the
..e:,t:ion of quittinlg the farm for o~htor
utrsits. The,:se are i,.arlyv all overcrowd.
e i. Tiue farm has ahways had too few
haborers. Igis this that mai~kes all fatrii
.rodluois so high. It is a reinunerative
;Hine., with the mioral certainty of sev.
acte!iIhbale and ha-arty years aded to
atverage tean of lifet amion~g mzerchants
* mierianies. Wealth miay lil par1.
:1 at too dear a rate.-N. Y. Tiimes.
:-et wine is very easily made. To
rWah ,n o spoiit eider add three cents'
*rth of logwvood to give it " pucker."
ttle :unid sell at a dollar a biottle, and
t am -In the town w'rll suspect that
is eat driniking " the best claret that
.ime-s into the couintry."
To) PRpvENT CoLoRs FfllUNI o
. preven;t thme colot rs fromii riininig in
...hinig mnuslin dresses-take taut all the
-hers at the topl of t he sleeves anid waiist,
.Hy wash it in wvarmi, not hot water,
mo tniediately, then ro!l it in a dry
and let it remain till just damip
. hi to iron.
Hav~e a p1-ece for ev.ery tool, and never
vaie one out of its p~lace,
From the Farmer and Planter. C
Ma. EDuront:-Tho:tgh I read constant.
lY your useful and impurtaut agricultural
publiention,. Still, I mleet nouthing" inl it Withi
respect to.the vine culture in our State.
ThTe is evidently 1 disilclinLiol to) com
mnicl'ate anly stateml~ent ahimt this new N
rncIia (f i::dustry. Ihe planters are full
m' Sugar Canle as we:1 as the paers.
Weil, let theill :dne but let Ime tell
yoi my story,-or my experience rather.
L!:4 wviniter, and es-peeilllv last spring.
vas 1i:d1 to Ihe \ie1S., uIowiig to the low
te:perAtuAre. Moi;t .4 the vines were t
killeil down to n.iar tlhe ground except
the Shi ienr g. Thi.; appears VTry'
strange, since this vice is a native of our t
war'mD, snedy soil, near the ocean. Not.
with.tandmg this misfortume, the class of t
vines of the Cata. bt kind and Burgundy,
put out the latent buds and the s:nie
friut buds, the whole learing" a m1ode4ratei
erop.We had inl .hunme aml the lgii-t
ing- of July, a very long spell Uf wetI
s.ason, winch proved a great injury to 1
the griapes by the rot ; btL v.vw I; bowed
by ni equally long per:ion o' dry weath- t
er. wich caused the gripes to inaure un
eIqIuai!!y: but still the ripe ones were of:
as t the jI c My vintage widiv pro
d:tee excelit-lit wine this year, such as 11
sta:l Co1:*ap1erhon**. with thle biest Erpa
h. i'recalls to) myv minid the cele
braedvita ()f 1811l-dhe famou
CoMet i ine'" renownted ihr its super ior
ity evenl to thlis d.
A f.er so mmy reverscs and mishllalr.s
in tihe Culture of tle vilno an:d mak:11ingL of
wine' among ur people, it seems to mle
tlit what we Iek is intelligent persever
anice. We have the Foil; the elunate is t
m1l4r1e i 0 copeiat'llil th:in Ohlio. A obsera- -I
tion forcsupn my m11iiind the posi iti ve i
eoniviction that we have ii the Scupper
nong. at least, the wine that never fihls.
The Eiuro'spean malIy1' fatil at tisC, an the
Catawba also. though net -o badly. 'I hese
two hitst viics are very much injured Iy
caterpillars e-atig up the leave., and thus t
injutring the grapes and preventing their
perlect Maturity. Fires lit u) alout the t
Vineyards at uinset, ill jure and July
will ailbrd a fiery tomb to the buttery
that lay's the egg."s.t
The s1ubling bock after all, is, the
wine taking- le .1r1t of tULkilg pure
wines-the art of vine-fation-the p:ac.
tical knowledge of the law of fermenta
tion apliit'd to viiiellctionl. This calls
for a proper cellar wherein to press and
ferment. Mine is of solid granite-the
wall two feet thick. It requires a proper
machine fir mahing and pressing. Mine
were made here by Mr. Eright, a supe- t
rior cotton gin maker-of course made
on my plans. It requires a thermometer a
and Beatume's hydrometer to determine r
the specific gravity of' the must (the pure t
juice of the grape,) which will soon tell
if the must will make wine or vinegar.
I heard thiat a friend of mine, not be- t
ing aware of the danger of the carbonic
acid gas wvhich is gceerated in the act of'r
fiemntation, owing to the badl!y con-.
striucted eela!:r, was veryv ne'ar losingt ones,
or two valuhabic negro. imen who attend'ed
to the cellar'. Th' said gami noi-p
piorlter ouf'EI ctauan.i, :ud is noit res 1ra
bie, and of' couirse asphj~lis(ciates, as misuch t
so as if' dropped'o ini the oieani. I moemi on
this for a warinin~g. In French wourks on
v'inefac'tion,- ther'e aire whole chapters on
this subjiet, which shows the imlpoirtanceL.
of' this hint.
When I saw my must amrking 134 de
grees of' the hodomneter, I thought myla
head wotuld turn, so glad was I at the rich
result of' my toilsome and incessant Ia
bor's; and then my cellar hav'ing for weeks b~
an elun.)ze temfperaltti'e, VihbrattIng ont
two or four degreces, between 60 1., it'r
whole wveeks, w~hile out doors the varia
tiltns, from dauy to d:y, wvhere 30 and
~more degr'ess 1'.
Th conisejp;clnee ha~s biLen a inooder'ate
atni w~ell reg:dtedco l'ermenttation, an~d the
wine is priopo~rtionaly~ good already. i f
am in per'fect exstatcy-h am intoxicated
wvith joy-I could shted tear's of ple.asure, t
at so complete a success-I have not ha.
bored in vain. We hmay exclaim wvith
Archimedes, "IIac'efound it !' To beI
sure we cannot sna~tchi at once 'alale
tr'uths fromi' nature h ut t4o obtain so r'ch
a result, is the pride of' my heart ; thtough,t
perhaps, yet imperfect itn the r'esuilt, antdi
with respect to the grea tel' perf~ctin1, ex-.
pera'iece and i p)eeeranice will teachl uts.
B~eho~ld, thleref'ore, the prinicipial step of
miy tuntirinag labours recaliz'4'ii; amtoo beholdr
the many year:4 of caretil tobser'vation
and impr1ovelmnts of iny~ vines, Of p'cu- '
iaysacr'iiees, of' wear' and tear of' body' H
andmid, at last recwarided. I
I am desirous to teach all these things
here on my place practically, but not by
letter. I have advertised that I shall do f
so, for a smlall (omlpensaition.r
'ouri friend, s
J. TOGUNO. r
Abbeeille (. I.. S. C.
To, in-e.e t abbis ifrom baIirkitg youngi
friit tre'es, give thle bood y of' lie young
triee a thorough rainih~~ g wvithi :.t't so a p.
hi. tnt only pr'levents theo rabi sts froma
b:rkinlg th.:mIt butt it pirotects themii aga~inist
insects, takes all the r'ouagh scales oif, ~sof
ten~s the baok. and rentders t heim mnuch
more thirifiy th.'. they would lbe oither'
wise. Thjis sipcrc will lie of' vast
vailue to the farmer~is inl imny parhIts sof' the~ (
W\est. t i'cainjig will pre'venit r'abbits
from~i bar'king fruit trees but it wl'il also I
injure the tr'..e.
A Ibt :.a WVAs;;uNx-..l.i.--A ittl h
pip:'echiy d ~iol vedi in e wa',ter' emloyc ed
Iin w'tbJing wvill clean the diritiest linten
thor'oughlyv. wi'th about one half' the labor'.t
and full one-half less soap. Besides the
clothtes will be improved in color. c
A barrel of flour weighs 196~ pounds.
According to mnor'e thtan one huindred e-x
periments, 190 pounds of flour will pro
duice abouzt 2(1- pounds of bread-thet
bread thus exceecding in weight the flour
employed abmont 33 11cr cent.
Ihow 'rO F~amS Fow:.s.-ConIineC yourI'
foswls in a large airy- ene~osurme, and 1'eedI
them on bi okent Indian corn, Indiant meial, t
or' mnuh, with r'aw potaitoes.euit into smnaI I
ieces, nit lhn-geri tha lt i!ber'it, Ipihu'iig
wi'thinu their reach a qianaitiy of charceial
br'oken into smnail pieces. Doiled rice is
I~cowi Covm:< CAux' 'ra na ~s.Te
discovery of its ute ats a beverage, is as
cribed to the Superior. of a mionastery iln t
Arabia. w~hto, desirous of preventing thte
monks from sleaping at their nocturunal I<
serv'ices, made thiem drink the infusion of'
cofl'ee, upon the r'eplort of some shecpher'ds,
who observed that their flocks were moure r
lively after browsing on the fr'uit of that
plant. A single plant brioughit itherec in a
1 i;14 becamne the parenCit stuck of' aul coilfee
pilantat ionas in t he West Indies. The~. ex
tetnt of consum rt!ion cant now hartdly bv t
rea!!zedl. TIhe Unmited States alone anian- c
ally' conisutimit thte cost of its hundinig, 'I
f'rom fifteen to sixteen million of dollars. "
A bit of soap rubbed ont the hinges of 11
. door will nrevent their creakinsg. c
TIlE FAMILY JPPOSED TO NEWSPAPERS.
The man diat didn't take the papers,
ra:s in town yesterday. Ife brought his
-hole fiumiliyV inl a two horse wagol. lie
till believed that General Tailor was
)resideuint, and waanted to know if the
Ko1n:itkatkians" had taken Cuba, -and if'
1, Where they had taken it. Ilie had
oldI his Cora for'thIlirty cenits-the price
deug hityive-bult ont going to deposit
he imoney, they told ihni thit it was
riostly couniterfeit. The only hard money
ie had was soie three centl pieces, and
hese '111O0 tline arpers had "ri on hii"
ar half dine.s. One of the boy.s; went
o at blacksmith's shop to be measurtid for
, pair of shoes, and another uistoook the
narket-house for a church. After hang
ng his hiat on a ineat-honk, he piously
ok a seat oi the butcherl' stall, and lis
elued to.-Ill anaetionteer, whom he took to
1e the pr'eacher. lie lefti I'1 hebe ieetin
vas out," and had io great opinion of
he " satrillint.'
One (f the girls took a lot of "S.ced
ianos" to the po.-t 'filee to tr'ade' themi
,r a le. he id a h.11v wli'hih sie
arr'ied iin a --.sgar t roughI," s.tioppig at
iies to roc-ik it on the side walk. Whent
L criol-, sie stuffl-d its inouth with aut-obd
tockini-il anIid .-,tng " Barbara % lien." The
,idett lov had sold two " cout s.kins."
nad was on a " bust." When last seen.
te had called for a glass of "soda an111d
ater," and stood soatkig ginger iread
.d matkiig wry faces. Tie siop.keeper
listaking- lisa imeaning, had given him a
nixture of sal-soda awl tcteP, and it tai;
ed stroing!v of sonap. -But "he'd learn
eli of soda and water, nfl' he was bound
o givc it a thir trial." Some " town it
er' caine inl and called foir a lemonade
vihh a " fly in it," whereupon our soaped
H'iend turned his b.ack and quietly wiped
evetral flies into his drink.
We approached the old gentleman and
ried to get him to " stbscribe," but he
Vout.1 not listen to it. ie was opposed
o "intlernal improvenents," and lie
bought "lartin' was a wicked invent ion
lit a weNation." Nona of his fiiiil%
ver learted to read, biut oite' boy, and lie
- eched school awhile, and then went to
tudyiig diwatity !"-Exchange.
"My friends, sini makes the purtiest
lolnig nian or woman in the world look
igly-ah. And I'll tell you how I know
h. As I saw some men in the road abl.
And I thought that one of' them was
he purtiest young man 1 ever saw in mny
ife al. And as I drew nigh unto them I
iscovered that they were playing of
7,arbles-ah, and they all drew nigh mnito
hb place they called taw, and they mar
And this purty young man was the last
) marvel-ah. And when he marveled he
iunped up and fibpped his hands like a
ooster does his wings, and sayvs he, " I
ilih I may be d-d if' I htain't int-ath."
An oth myI fruiends. theni I thou.ight :bat
es . Yun mti' ist s o thewa
Andi satys lu., "Ol)d haoss, if y'on had.I
een1 salVated a' biani al I have. you~
oldnt't w~ant to heatr talk of satlvaitiotn."
And now, my tfrieinds, w hen that younrg
ia said thiat lie wvas fait, he wiais lean a
at hiungt'y looking sister' ov'er thair, that's
Iways praying so piously when theha'
eini passed ar'ound-ahi.ha
And, my friends, if that young man
ad not been blinded by sin he never could
ave mistook lie fioi at1 old 11oss.
Tiac following anecdote of a whlang
oodle htard..,hel pr'eachler' who wound uip
flamtintg sermon witht this pero'iration, we
xtract frioim H ar'per's Magazine :i
"My brethr ing and sistern ! ef a main's
ll of' religion you can't hurt him I
here w~as the three Arabian children;
liey put 'em in a fiery furnace, bet ted
even times hotter than it coul lie lit,
nd it didn't swing a hari on their heaads!
Kd there w~a: John the Evantgeler., they
ut himt-and wher'e do y'ou thintk, breth
ing antd sister'n, they putt himti? Why,
timy pit him into a calondr'ontie oif bitin'
e, anud biled him all ntight, and it didin't
ie his ,.helt ! Andl theire wias Daniiel:
by Putt htimi inl a -lion's dent-and whaut,
v f'llow-triav'elers antd re'pc~lte'd auitlao
is, do you) t hinik lie w~as piut into the lion's
eli for '? WXhy , for pritayvin' thre'e times
day~. Don't be alarmteid, br'ethring an~d
istern; I don't think any of you will
ver get into a lien's den !"
L ITTLE J iuior', a biriglht attid thouglhful
liow of four' summeriis, awioke the oither'
iarning. and, tinning to htis grandmtother'
aid. " rtaunidm at, I dr ieami ed I haid a cair
ngt last niaght !" ' Did von T'' satnd shte;
wellI, what id von dii withl it?" " Oh."'
aid h, ini his tthought t'ai tmannier, " I left
: in the dream /house !"
Ma. iUowN eatlledl ini at a nieigbhbior
nid vas tirged to take suppier', wichl lie
id, the olid ldy all tte while sayintg
" I att af'ratid, Mi'. Br'own, yon wvdl not
ike a sutpper' ; you have eaten nothing;
i) eat some moriie.'
A fter lhe had steppe'd ant lie hcar'd the
Id latdy sny to her huisbantd,
" W by', I do declare I shtould th'ntk Mir.
!rown had not eaten anythinag for near a
The aibove is a specimten of the htypoc
iy of daily life.
C'oLosa. B., oif Niotit re:th, fort'me'rly of'
tie Essex counity imilitia, is good-looking,
ud a famtous danucer, patr'onizes all the
ountry balls, and "adores" the rosy
heeked, utophiisticated country girls.
ta latte ball , on the frontier, so one who
as pr'esenit says, the gallant colonel ap
roahed a blushing datmsel, and asked her
o waltz, when she replied,
"No, I thank you; I don't like to waltz,
Sraakes me puke." The colonel wilted.
WVE like f'tm. " It is a great instilnttion."
f it w~as5 to come to that, we should vote
Jr it with a big ballot. Futn ! It is whaut
eeps miost of us froim get ting sotm-it
ml!lows the (lesht, oilIs lhe hontes, riosifies
le barai-se'ts onie righut whten his ten
eney~ is atnoithier waty,
"aDtN," said a little four years old,
gve ime ten entts tio bty a mnonkey."
-'We've got onie monkey in the house
ow," satid the elder brother.
" Who is it, Dan ?" sad the little fel
"You," was the reply.
"Then give me ten cents to buy the
ionkey some candy."
Ihis "brother " shelled over" inmmedli
Dutring a ireentt shmdl~er' cage there wsas
large tmunbler of' laudies presenit, whto
utsed a getntle imurmuiitring all the whiile.
he Usher called out repeattedly, " silence!"
hetn the judge mtildly said'
"Mr. Usher, don't you know better
lm to cry ailenzce whton kadies are in
AT REDUCED PRICES!
W M.. 5 I-I E.A. R.
H AS received a large and ridrival supply of Car.
liets..which he will sell at very low prices
J. Crossley &t Sou's rich Velvet and Tapestry
Superort Three-Piy and Tngrain Carpets;
Ingrain Cnrpets. of sall igurus, fox bed rooms
3-.- and .--I Veneatian Carpei:
Carpets for balls and bed rooms at 25, 37, and
5l cent leryard;
Rich leaLrth andl door Rugs to match Carpets;
Crumb Cloth, by the yard and in patterns;
Windiw Shades, it a great variety of stylos, and
sume at very low prices:
Emhroidered Lue and Muslin Curtains, of ne
and elegant style;
ith Damaisks aend Delaines for Curtains;
Corni-es, Curint i lands. mitd Stair Itols:
Order.-s received for Oil Cloibs to fit halls and
roams. nt very low .ricL-s:
Catrpects c-ut :anl rounle to fit routms, and order,
Paer,,i;ms wishing to ptrehase the above articles
are rer;aectfully :nrited to ca!l uitd examiue the
Atigi:-st. Jan. 25 tf 3
ESTES & LA .
l'holb-te (mulleta ad iuerf ini
Orrer fur salc on the most favorabalo terms,
75 . . . . ales leary (Iunnty linging;
300 . . . Whole and Jialf Coils Rolpe;
200 . . . llags Rio. J;;tirat and Java Coffeo;
25 . . . llibde. New Crop Sugar:
100 . . . Barrels Clarilied Stganirs. A. 11. & C;
25 . . . . " drshd aind Powileredl Sugar;
300 . .. Whole andh 1li 1t4.x.-s Candles;
150 . .. loxes Toalea, variotus bratds;
50,000. Segtts. n-:.artedl l.rnads;
2. . . Kegs Nails, na-oorld:
1000 . . Sacks Salt, in twilled sacks;
300 . . . luirrels Pmlitii.g Poluto.,s:
200 . . . Whale. llolf & Quiter liblal Malckerel;
50,000. Pontids atin. Sids and Slioniders;
200 . . . Barrels Fresh Thom:,;tatn Litte;
200 . . . Barrels Liquors and Wines;
3000 . . Ilemlock S.>le Leather;
25 . . . . Boles 11eavy Osabur;;s;
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Flour.
Angus:tn. Jan 4. am 52
D'ANTIGNAV & HUBBARD,
Woicaeoe nal 1kut De1aalcra hi
SUGARS, COFFEE, TA4S,
BAGOINt;. ROPE. POWDER, SHOT, LEAD
GROCERIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION
XO. 292 BiG GAD-ST., A LYTUST.I, CA.
Jan.17. tf 2
ELLIS ST.. OPPOSITE AUGUSTA IOTEL,
BY 1IcCONNELL & FISH,
FORMERLY OF KENTUCKY.
T 'IE Undersigned beg leave to inform the pub.
lie thnt they haave takcen the well knowrn PAL.
ALE STAltLEs, nnd intend to carry on the
IAIERIY AND) SALE BUSINESS.
Woare prepaaredl to f.trnibh Ctarriarges with gen.
tie Horses, tand cnreful Driverse:'nhh . Jinggy andl
Sadle Hor-ses. (bnal COVERED LOTIS are pro
yidled tor Urcrve Stock.
Rlates ott Tranasiuent Honr.s, per' Night,...5 Cis
Wo will u.-o every s1f re t, p'earo all who ma
faor us w ith their patronage.
WM. A. MacCONNELL,
Augusta, Jntn. 11 m 1
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE,
VWILL attend at the times and places hercinaf
zerpecified, to Colleet thze State mand District
inx for the year commteneintg the let day of Octo
A t Dr. Johnm Mobley's, Mondlay, 2Stih March.
" Irs. Mtorris', Tuesdlay, 29th "
"Watk in's Store, S tme Eveningr.:io'clk.
'- P'erry's, Thursday, 31st "
"~ MIckler's. Friaya 1st April.
" Smyth's S.torc, Motnany, 4th "
" Sister Springs, Tutesdny, 5th "
" Enrniett's. SameEvening, ?a'clk.
- lountrec's Store, Wedinesday, 6th"
" Shiatterfieldl. Thaursday, 7th "
a Libaertyv 1lil1, Fridlay, 8th "
"~ White liouse, Satutrelty, 9th "
"Red Ilill, Monrdy, 11th "
" Chuenttham's Store, Tutesdnty. 12th "
"Pleasant Latne, We~intesdlay. 13th "
". J. $. Smyvly's Store. Thtursday. U th "
SMrs. Allen'~s. F'ridny.v 2 o'clk. "
"JDr. J1. C. Rieadsy's ~alaanday, 18$th "
"t iige. Tue.sdtay'. 19t h "
" 1,ybrand'~s, W~edne-sday, "01th "
"lalacer.a, Thu~aridtay, 21st "
?" tran it -v ile, F-rayv. 22nd , "
" Iieach lsltad, tN.tatrdhay, 23rd "
" Ibormburg. Noanayt. 25th "
"Cherokee Ponds, Wednesday. 2ith "
" Edgefiel C. HI., 1 Mondalty tand Tuesday
) 22ntd & 23rd, May.
After which ttme my books will closa for the
present year. Tatx piayers must be punctual, as I
shall be conmpelled to close or leave their execu
tions in the ham'ils of the Sheriff, before I start fot
The Registr:'tion of Eirths. Deaths and Marri
ages, still requtiredl. Time fro the first of .Janu
airy. 1 4., tto thle Itrst of Jan:ary. 185t9. In etise
oft aral: /airths, the t imea anal phi~er, ntameas nata resi
dences oaf pairets,5 sex anda tnaine of c~hl, (if it
haave~ the latier.) andti whaether bonran Hve amr dead:t
in ca~a of elen'tl.s ,.f ehit. thme dhate. la:e :ad cause
of dlenIhI, mn tane, a-:.re. sex, wh ethear :i -gar tmar
tieda. a ceatonitation resiadaaee iand tnativ;ty aof t h.: iae
reensad, witht namaaes tttta sttrn:atnes af prarents: in
taogethter wv~l ith taname uf thae owneLr, itnste:ad tat
tnatne aof the dec:eased anal the naames of panretnts.
The law has tutta xedI a fine of ten dotllars ttpona
tall 1aersonis whot shall refuse to give thie mabove iti
formiat ian. I htope tat e very 1. payer will cotme
pa~;rea to give the neemn~vsry intf..rantioan.
TlIEO. 1DEAN, T. C. E. D.
Maar. 10' tU 10
Blue Ridge Rail Road Compa
ny in South Carolina,
Cli A lum.iT .\, I tFebjtrary, 185J.
tare hieraby tnotitled that the E10IITEENTHI
anad I1NETEENTHI instalments of the old sub.
scription, and TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT el
the new subscription, are required to be paid as
The EIG HITEENTHI instalment on the 19th day
of April next.
The NINETEENTH instalment on the 19th day
of May next.
TEN PER CENT. of the new subscription on
the 19th any of March next.
TEN PER CENT. of thu new subscription on
the 19th day of A pril next.
FIVE PER CENT. of te now subscription on
the 19tha damy of May next.
];y order. WM. II. P'ERONNEAU.
Miarch 16, 1859 JaIt 10
B Y Y1rtuie of -undary Writs of~ I'ieri Pacints to
tme dlirectei. ' wil laarceedl to sell at Edge.
Iteld C. 11., onuth t ir.4 Moana..y ntand Tuesdlay in
&Atil niext, theC followinag puropterty itt tho following
P D. Thutraa vs. Willitam King andl wife Fran
ees King, (lae tract oaf la:al caontaitning six haun
adread aceres, inure aor less, adjoinaing liands uf Wyett
Htohneus, P. ]). Thurmonda and others. Alao, one
negro girl by the namue of Sally.
The State vs. Alfred Hatcher, A tract of. land
containinag one hundred and fifty acres, tuore or
less, adjoininag lands of John Jourdan, James Mor
ris and M. T. Falk.
Ri. M. Fuller vs. F. M. Nicholas. One lot of latnd
iti thme Village of Edgetielad conittaining, tharee acres,
mtore oar less, adjoining lantds taf E. J. MInms, Mrs.
Spann tad othetrs.
Termts at.'ah. JAMeES EIDJSON, s.E.D.
Maar. 1 . -Ita 19
N O~jiCE --..Johnt Seigler, living ti tiles Narth
of Aiteni, taolls befoare tme ta smalel lIAY 110RSE,
wath a wihite spot an hais lfarehaend anal a white spot
tan the righat side of hiii neck ; suppaosed toa be absut
17 years lhl tanad aplpraiseal at forty dollars.
The owner is requested to comne forward, prove
property, pay ohargos ad take him away.
SAMUEL POSEY, M.z.D.
nec. 18.185. 4ta' 1
W ILL stand the ensuing season at 0
Edgefleld Court Houme, on Mon. -
alys, Tuesdays and Wodnosdays, and at. . '..
Harmon Gallman'si the remainder of the week, at
thirty daollare the season, with the privilege of send
jug any other season until a miare proves in foal.
DICK C11EATHIAM is a beautiful black colt,
four years old in May next, full fifteen hnnds three
inces high, and weighs ahout eleven hundred and
fifty pounds. lie was a good race horse. Hie was
sired by Imported Albion, his dam was by Im
ported Leviathan, grand duimi by Pacolet, great
grand dam by Top Gallant, great, great grand dam
by Laniplighter, &c.
The Albions have run 20 races this winter and
won 16, beating the cracks or Kentucky at Mem
phis Tennensee ; the cracks of Virginia at Charles
ton, S. C.. and the cracks of Alabama at Mont
gomery, Mobile and Colnhutas.
THOMAS G. BACON.
January 19, 1859 tf 2
S.I E celehrated Morgan Stal
wol stand the Spring season oc
18459, at Edgeield Court House.
C IA L LEN E is a beautiful
black with long and wavy mane and tail, 154
hands high, andl weighs It)00 pounds. H1e was 4
years old last June, and wits irel by ]lack Ilawk.
by Sherman Morgan, by Justin Morgan. Dam
b~y White Mountain Morgan, by Shernman Margan,
by Joustin Morgan. Grand da:n by Woodborry, by
Jnstin Morguan. Ite covers on both sides as much
Miorgan blood as any oter horso now living.
He is well broke to harnese, and ean trot his
wile in 3 mninuter, without training.
le was bought by the subscribers in Vermont at
a heavy expense. and will be at Ealgehield Court
Ib1 use by the 20th Marcth. The Spring season
will commeneu about Lie first of April.
S. F. a oODp,
March 10, 1850 tf 10
THE FINE TROTING STALION
WILL stand the present season
at 11amburg, S. C., which has
comtienced and ivll expire first of
June, and will be Lt to mares at lice
low rate of Ten 1)Alars the season,
a r fifteen to inputue.
MORGAN is a beautiful mahngaany hay, near
10 hanla high, nine years old, f fine form nna
proportion, a perfect model or a Horse. le is it
very fast trotter, and is a full blooded Morgan
hforse. Was sired by Gifford MAorgan, data by
The object of the proprietors in offering the ser
vices Of tis fine stock horse at such a low rate,
is tW put hin in reach Of all, and improve the
stock of horses in the country.
HECKLE A WILSON.
Atgusta, Ga., Mareh 16, 1859 Im 10
f.,- Barnwell Sentinel will p!eseo copy one
month, and forward bill.
TRY IT! TRY IT!! TRY IT!!!!
AMMONIATED BONE SUPER
PHOSPHATE OF LIME!
A Substitute for Peruvian Guano.
T -IIS is the article used with so nucl succcers
in the last erop. by the planters of Beech Is
und1 : it costs less and is said to be .nnperior tao Peru
viana Guano, or any other fertilizer for Cotton.
H. & N. E. SOLOMON, Agts furS. Carolina.
Hamburg. S. C., Feb. 2,1859. 6t 4
A.lDIo0IA TED BO3E
o TT n I tn T .i PA ci iv cj Q.InttTY.
A Substitute for Peruavitia n ano.
CHEMICA L WORtKS, NEW YORK,
Adjalninag Unitud :Stats lotel.
A FERT1 LTZER producaaing all thce iiedaiate
cifects of lt, best P'erauviaac nauaa, withosut
taie dhanger of destroying; a cropa by its carming in,
contacet with the ,uedl acnd beinag lastiaag in the saail
years after te lauann is exhasatead. It is lvl1er
ize~d to a iunac powder, readyhi for use. No loss of
timne anda ltnhoar inc breakinag lumnps, serocening. Ac.
PncosrurErair L xa is the ouly clement in Gutano
or any other fertiliz~er, from whlicha permanent effect
can be expected; hence tat fertillzer which con
tains the most Phosphbate, with a suficiency of
anmmoncia to prethree all the effect that can be laud
fro ammtonia, is the best, inaaaamch as more thani
-that is w.sste.
N. B.-TIo test the relative value of this fertilizer,
use in qiuantity and all othter respects samce as Pcru
P'ackedl ina stroang bags of 150 pounds. Barrels
acverage 275 lb'. each.
My Srt-ren Pntosen~r or Lts is not an experi
met. Four years rrial of it uapon all kindas ofcaps
anud soils, has proved its value each year, and that
it is of uaniform quality.
Try it side lby side with No. .1 Peruvrian Gunano
upaon atll y~our crops, atad see whtich is cheapest, safe.
est, anda most hasting. As i ac or Dn.sstxa upon
grain tor graes early ini the $pring, it -will pay."
Ce.rtificates. datedl frmi the first year of the intaro
duactiona of ciy fertilizer, eachi yetar since might be
.aalded: but the moastt .sctisfnetorty certijicate is fot
every farmter to try it for hiamc.elf.~
Sol by, the dlenlers inc Agrticulhtural Impllemtenate
in the eity, amat at 1:!: West-st., car. ])ey street.
PRICE G45 PER TON OF 2000 POUIDS.
pg-3A dliscounaat maide tca buye;rs oaf 5 tonas ar taore.
Fair dliretions.nnalayses tnad certificates. see pam
ihet, senat free uponam tapplienttion taa lthe propalrietor.
f. ('. C'T/UN.-Obaserve that every bag anda
htararel tat IlorT's Str'an Prcosmttaris Or Lts is
baranaded as tabovedcesigutnted. Ncoao~ t(iraa taeim
N. h.-Ehiide Isltandalor 1'neille Oecan Guano. No.
1 Peruvian anal Cohaimbticat ttro. (notsa BoNE.
PortincT:s atal Phlttar, for salu in any quantity,
anti tat lowe~st praic.
7..' Orders supphlied for Super Ptostphate ol
imeac amid other fertilizers. withx costs of freight
added to laices int New Yaark. lay
T. P. STOVALL & Co., Agt.,
T nmci permaittead tat refe~r the plzanter.'aauf E.hgefieldl
It airiet i a ilao gentith acetc here 0:,ttnced, rasialoents of
Hecl I slantd. whoi htavae utaed ncy fert i i.a r upon'i
coran ntal caaitoaa tho t11* Settsan. atnal lctae largely
inccreacsed their arahers for the cminag sai. sotn.
Unm. 11. i. Coaus, CAwr. 11. L. MAios.
C ElR T I F I ('A T E.
L. 5. Hojry. Esq.-Tth-nr Sir:. I lhave male .sever
al atnlyae< aof yourt Bre':a' Pnat-nits raa h.tca:.
:aad caansidler it onae aaf th:.' lest fertilizera inc the
warbal. I hamve daaa hi,-en preseni inu your fmetary
whtile it wash bimg prepltrial, ta I knoaw. fxan
piersoaaul rabservo aiotn. thitata it is enarefaully andca ctan
sciatntitdalVl inaale. 1:t refer21jtcQ Ii,|.a itS" liin
ccatton Imaals, conec rnait:; whaich youi empj: ire of met.
I hamve to say thiat it yaau adoplt thec very slight maodi
Ociacan whichl I htan sutggestedl, ytaau will farni.h
thec plantr with Ialml tiae a tmintis reialuiredi liy te
Cotatn lautt, int a formi enp~ale of speeady acssinmila
The chief ingredients removed from the soil by
cotton, are Potash, Saada, Litme,,Magnesia, Phos
phoric and Sulphuric Acids. For the riapid growth
of the plant. Anmmonia is also requiread. Now all
these materials of fertility are abunadantly supplied
by the manure you propoase to furnish. It contains
Phosphoric Acid In a form readily appropriatedl by
plants, and indeed all its ingredients are solble
and can be easily assimailtated lay thec growing lant.
I have already furnishedl you with tanalyseis which
you have, so that you din not need themt repeated
I vecry cordially recommatendt youar fort iizer to the
favorable notice of Soutthiern Agrietahuarists.
Very respaectfaully. youtr. &c.,
A SNOWDIEN PhlGGdUT. M. D).,
Analytical Chemaiet oft Ice Marylanda Instiltute.
Jan 19) J212
Thek I uIported ftips tiuh Jack
1 ' E SusrIbers hivig putrec~ae thce Celebcra
teal JTack COIt SLlC U$. alfcr hais scervicesa ta the
stack ratisinag eicamunity of Eadgefihal htistrict. lie
will sctad thto $pring seasaon at .amces M.- Lani
ham's aud Elbert Muwctly's, 12 mailes from Eadgo.
fieldl C. Hi., anid 12 mciles froaamambuharg.
For fuirther particulars apaply to eithaer oaf the
subscribers. * JAMES M. L A NH AM,
* ~ ELIBERT MUN'DY.
March 9, 1859 tf 9
E TRIAY NOTICE--Tolled buefore ine, on
thte 22d1 Dec. 185t8, bay Felix L~ake, livinag eight
mtucis Naarlh af Edgefiehld C. 11., uan Estraay BIAY
MARE Ml'LE, 21 aar 22 years old, 141 hanad4 high,
and nuamroats atarks air thae gear on her sides and
legs. Appraised at $15.
Jan. ,1559L. COR LEY, zi.s..
Ja. , 85 -tu 52
G OOD THIINGS--I ant now receiving a
large saujpply of MACKEltEL~, No. 3, in i
bche., and Noa. 1 and No. 2, in Kilts, &c.
Alsai, a good Suipply of the rink Eye Planting
POTATOES. They are Fres~h and very prolse in
yield. 8, Ea BO0WERB, Ag't.
Hamburg. Tab. 2, af A
GREAT BARGAINS IN
A- S -I - M E .,
B EGS leave to call the attention of his filenis
and the public to his large and well asseurtedl
Fancy and Domestic Dry Goods,
He having disposed of all his old Goods previous to
his going to the North, is now in possession of an
211 Entirtly .Necw Stock!
Which comprises all that is FASIIIONABDE
AND DES!R.-BLE IN STYLE.
le has added to his Store another Department in
which he keeps a largie supply of
KERSEYS, PLANS, &c., &c.
All of which will be sold at prices not to be beaten
by any House in Augusta.
le has a splendil lot of Delaines, worth 37 ets.,
which lie sells foir 25 cents.
Cloaks and Shawls. very cheap;
All wotol Delaine', Robes. &c.. very cheap;
Fine Silks, all styles. cheaper than bver;
Embroidered Collars worth $1, for 50 cents.
AND ALL OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION.
Augnsta, Nov. 1I f 43
MUSIC, &c., &c.
T '[E subscriber, after returning thanks to their
friends in Edgeliehla ,anl adjoining Dist ries,
fur their liberal patronage during the last ten years,
would inform them that they still continue to keep
on hand a large assortment of
from the celebrated niinufaetories (if Raven Bacon
& Co., Iazelton Bros., and A. 11. Gale & Co., New
York. for whon they are sole Agents. These In
struinents having alrealy won such far-fained ce
lelrity. it Is only necessary for us to repeat that for
strength, durJailiil/ and finish, together with paoirer,
deC.pth, irectniests al moftness of tune, they challenge
cmnipetition. Persons wanting a Supcrior Piano
Forte, would do much better to call andL iteleet frum
a large assortment. than lay dealing with Pedlars
and agents of inferior makers, where they have no
choice, and have often to pay higher prices for in
terior Instruments, than fine ones of suparior
makers enn be bought for.
Every Piano Forte sold by us is warranted in
every resliect. so the purchaser run.: no risk what
ever. Persion.s ordering froin is distinee froom us
(:n deliond upon getting a GOOD ARTICLE, as
we mnake it a poiint to keep goods of the best quality
and such its we can recommend and warrant in
every respect. Their
STOCK OF? MUSIC
is very large, and they are constantly receiving all
new pieces as they are published.
GUITAIR nd 'I0LIX STRINGS
of the the best quality always on hand. They
would also call attention to their large stock of
School and Miscellaneous Books,
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS,
axia other articles. Also, always on hand the larg
est assortment in the State, of
GUITARS, ACCORDEONS, VIOLINS,
FLUTES FLAGEOLETS, VIOLIN 1JOWF,
&c.. and every article of Musical Merchandise.
Carhart's and Noedham's and Prince's celebrated
Accordeons and Violins Repaired in the
All of the above articles sold at low prices for
CASH or City acceptances by
.GEO. A. OATES & BROTER,
-BR O AD-ST., A4uguista, Ga.,
[Between United States and Globc Houtels.]
A pril 7, 1858, tf 13
MUSIC, GUITARS, VIOLINS,
D .J OS, FL UTES, A CCORDIEO3S,
INSTRUCTION BOOKS, GUITAR
andt ifO LIJI ST RINGS, (c., &c.|
Opposite the United States Hotel,
Also, Sole Agent for CnUeLr-nixG & SoN's, and
STO1IAnT's Car.cmmanara PrAeo Fontras.
1lls stocek comnprises every variety of Ci and '7
octave in'nrumnents, frtm $2350 to Sl.Oi'0. Every
Instrument is warranted sound and perfect.
Augusta. Dec. 12. 3m 49
THlE (1R01VLi AND BAK~ER
Is Universally P'rajerrd
FOR~ FAl~ILY T..SE.
18ST. It is more simple and easier kept in order
than any other machine.
2nd. It makes a seamuwhich will not rip or ravel.
if every third stitch is cnts~
3rd. It sews froma two ordinnry spools, and thu.
all trouble of winding thread is avoided, while the
saume machine can be naapted at pleasure. by a.
mere chang~ae of spoil, to aill varieties of work.
4th. The saine machine rnns silk, linen thread.
and comminot Spiool cotton, with eajiptl facility.
5th. The seam is as elastic as the motst elastic
Iharie. sat thait it is free from till liabiility to break in
washming, ironing. er thderwise.
(i. The tichl mz~ade lay this machine is more bteau
tiftnl than anty other mn~ade either by hand or ma
A niew supply of thesee tcelbrted imehines, of all
te leading pattern. jiust receied - bay
M. A. It ANSOM, Agt for the Manufac'rs.
Copy of a Letter from Hon. JAS. I. HAitaOiD.
W.esntyaos. De-c. 11, 1858.
Sain: Ini reply to your let ter asking toy opinion of
Gnlortitat ]lI.a's SEwt::x .'.A-nixas. I tamke
pleasure in sayinig thamt they have mare than an
swereda my exptectmains. an:er trying anid returning
I have three of theum in opewrationl tai my liffere-nt
lates and after faour vears trial httve no fault t<
To M. A. RJtssot, E.,. latamurg. S. U.
Copy of Letter from JONATHAN M. MILLER.
.IB.Ycii Isaxno, S. C., Dcc.IS. 1858.
M. A. RAsso-Dear Sir: In reply to your en
quiry how I like the Gniovanr & DarEni Sr~waNo
MAe-NINE, I take pleaslire in saying that after using
it four months it has given entire satisfaction. It
is simple end easy to understandl, and has never
been out of order. My wife had no difficulty in
instructing a servant in the use of it. I am folly
persuadedl that no invention of the age is more
worthy thme attention of the publie than that of
Sewing Machines. Very respectfully, yours,
JONATHAN M. MILLER.
& A readuction of one half thie usual price is
nmadea to alt eministers of the Gospel who have fatmi-i.
lies, andI to all roligious tar chtaritabale societies
where thme machines are to ho used for purposes of
11amburg, Dee. 20, 1S58. tf Sl
CONLEY, FORCE & CO.,
Whsolesale tanl Rectail DLealera in. j
B00T S, S HOE S,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags,
Hienmlck and Oak Sole Lenther:
Fretich, American anal (ermlani Catlf Skins;
Linintg, lBinding anal Top Skins;
Shoe Lasts, Shao Pegs, Shame Threads:
Shoe Tootls, Boot and Shoe Materials of every
Tanner's Totals, &c.
pit-OCrders paromptly attenaded to.
Auigustai. Jani. I8. ma2
BOO0TS & SI-OES.]
T itE Subtscrib~er has just tapeniead in thisi Town y
a BOOT AND 8S10E ESTA1ULISiIMENT,
.a whuich Ito invites the attenttion of the Ladies and 3
;enitlemen of the commiunaity.
pZgHhis Stock is NEW andI COMPLETE, and
sii TERMS VERY LOW FOR CASH...
pOmUe hopes to merit a liberal sharo of publIe
mronage. D. W. CHRISTIAN, Ag't.
THOMAS J. FOGARTY,
Eiggist atib lpotl)ctagv,
uhr the Atnmtsta Mfotel,
DROAD-ST., AUGUSTA, GA.,
WJULD respectfully call the attention of Plan
ters, Merchants and Physicians to his fresh
mud unadulterated stock of .
Drugs, Mediciaes and Chemicals, and
kLL OTHER ARTICLES IN HIS LINE.
I feel assured that no House in this City or else
rhere can offer a stock superior in GExUINEESs,
LaRnTY, or on more REASONAB Tintts.
EVERY AiRTICLE WARRANTED!
All ofleinal preparations put up under the super
rision of graduates of the London and Dublin Col
eges of Pharmacy, and in strict conformity with
the formularies of the United States Pharmaeopaia.
My stock of
flair, T6o1t, Paiintand lVull Brushce,&c.,&c.,&c.,
is at all times complete. I would also call at
tention to my stock of
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Varnishes,
BURNIN I N G F L U I D, &c.,
which I pronise to neli 10 per cent. Lowan than any
llouse in the citv.
Any article SohI by me, which does not give satis
raction, the money will be returned and expenses
paid in all enses.
pr A*ents for Sunmx 's PATENT TRUSS,
11nd the only depot for genuine SwEEmsu LEECH Es
in the city.
rf $oliciting a visit before purchasing else
where, I feel confidont that the inducements offered,
both in lowness of price and punctuality in attend
ing to orders, will secure a portion of your trade.
REMEMBER my Store is under the Augusta
Hotel, Auguita, Ga.
THOMAS J. FOGARTY.
Augusta, March 30 ly 12
wi VE.-..-T UTTT,
Wholesle and Retail Dealer in
Zf icuctj, E tu1(nf) attb Snurfat
io. ISO Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
3,000 pounds for sale very low, by
W. 11. TUTT, DUrcrST,
180 Broad-st., Augusta.
- LINSIND OIL, WHITE LEAD, &c.
500 . .. Gallons English Linseed Oil;
10,000. Pounds Pure White Lead;
COLORS OF ALL KINDS, for sale at very low
figures, by W. H1. TUTT, DnUGGIvS,
108 Broad-st., Augusta.
SPEIRN, WIIALE and LARD OIL.
A large stock always on hand and for sale low, by
W. H. TUTT, UGcIST,
No. 108 Broad Street, Augusta.
The best article known for making Soap-cheaper
and better than Potash. For sale by
V. H. TUTT, DurctsaT,
108 Broad-st., Augusta.
Augusta, Nov. 1 tf 43
No. 200 Broad-st., Augusta, Ga.,
To the Ren'dere of the Adcertiser:
rIIS will Inform my friends that I have the best
asirtmlent of GAl:naN Sr.r.:, ever brought to
laos mzarket. They are from the celeb~rated houses
)f Lsundreth and Thorb~urn of~ this country, and the
impo~ertedl frami Nilomorini. of~ Paris.
All who have tried the European, know that they
ire superior to our soed as a side by side triul will
In the Dan Acin Msnrezx: LzyE, I can serve
ny eustomeors witha asi good and on terms as reason
uble as any House in Augusta.
V. LA TASTE.
Feb. 2, tf 4
bLGIIT for the SiUFFERING MILLIONS!
A CERTAN CURE FOR CONSUMPTION
tAnd all Linag Diace'-Shortnean o ircath-Dys
pepa anl Dyjsentry-Worst5 ensce of Urvup
and( Ciwlic, d&c., &c., &'c.
'IIS medicine is purely vegetable, being com.
jposed entirely of best Rye Spirits and West
Ldin iumus, and other Extracts which are healing
o the Lungs.
pir It is a most pleasant drink.
pV0 One bottle should be carried by every man,
Toman or child traveling to mix writh the water.
r- Price One Dcllar Per 13ottle.--9
[f it dies nut give satisfaction I will refund the
;r- For sale by R.. L. G ENT RY. A gent. at Sib
ey's Corner. with Messrs. II. & N. E. Solomon.
ehere I always will he found with a largo suppily
>f the abiove I uAturDL. Pntor'lsTY. Also,
I am also alwayvs in the market (at Sibley's Cor
uer.) for purchasing cotton, and will pay the highest
narket price for fine cottons.
For the above medicine, apply to
it. L. GENTRY, Agent.
Hamburg, Jan. 25, 1859, ly 3
JACOB 'S CORDIAL!
The Great Southern Remedy for
ALL BOWEL DISEASES,
C~'olern, Chiolerv, Xlorbina, Dynenhtery, Diasrha-a,
Bjilions Colic, Calic luifantu. Alsoi, Ac/nmirov
bIly udnytebd to m"'1an iane of, Feales,
,uelu Cepei(./lIy MSYutaATsoy.
II~E VIRTUES OF JACOirS CORDIAL are
tio well known to ro10nireencoiti:m4.
1st. It cures the worst cases of Diarrh:wa.
'.lu. It cures the w.irst f.irms of D~ysentery.
.id. It eures Califo'rnia or Alexican Diarrhu-a.
4th. it relieve< the severest Colie.
'5t. It cures Choleram Morbuns,
thh. It cures Chiolera Infamutum.
'ith. It eures paintul Mens:ruation.
itch. It relives P'ain in the flack and Loins.
9th. It contracts Nervousness and Despondency.
10th. It re.tires Irregularities.
l ih. it dlispels Gloomy and liysterical Feelings.
12th. It's tan Adumiraale Tonic.
I few Etracts froin Letters. Testimonials, &e.
"I have uased Jacoib' rilial in my fanmily. and
tave foutnd it a must eilicient, and in my juidgment,
loN. HIRAM WARNER,
Judge Siupremue Court. tia."
"It gives me pleamsure in being able to recenm
nond Jacob's Cordial; my own persorial experienern
udmi the experienee of m:ay neighbors and friend,
rounnd me, is a sufficient guarantee for me to be
ieve it to be all that it purports to be, viz:A
WM. H. UNDERWOOD.
Formerly Judge Suptelr Court, CherukeeCiren't."
"I take great pleasure in recomjnending this in
aluable medicine to all afflicted with bowel di.
ases, for which I believe it to be a sovereign
emedy-decidedly superior to any thing else ever
riod by me.
A. A. GAULDING,
Deputy 0.M. of the Grand Lodge of Geomrgia."
"I have used Jacoh's Cordial in my family. and
his, with all I hear about it as a remedy by those
rho have tr'ied .it, indues mn to believe that it
tandls at thme head of every pirepanration of the kind,
ndl I would recommend its use in the diseases for
rhich it is compounded.
MIIES G. DODDIN,
Cashier of Bk. of State. of Georgia, Griffin."
"If there is any credibility in human testimony,
acob's Cordial must standl pre-eminent ahove a I
ther prepuarations for the cutre of Bowel Diseasi s.
ro the mass of tesitimuony in its favor coming in
rotam ll quarters, it must be very far in advance, as
curative agent, of most if' not all othier patent pre
arations. - A. FL EMING,
Cashier Marine and Fire Ins. Bk., G riffin."
" This efficient remedy is traveling inito celbrity
s fast as Bonaparte pushledl hi' column, into Russia,
nd gaining commenidation wherever used."-U'ror
in .Jefecrson ian, JMay 19th. 1858.
.OLD BY1 DItCUG'&ISTS El'ER YIIERZE.
pg Merchants, Druggists andl Physicians sep.
lied by J. ASIlURST, Importer and Wholesale
baler, Charleston, S. C.
Sept. 22, 1858. ly .7
-AM receiving this day some superior Virginia
andl North Carolina WmmAT WisKYt, pure and
Also a large asupply of the Old Corn Juice, sweet
[ash and Old Rye Whisky.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
Hamburg, Feb 2 tf 4
70R SALE--THREE GOOD WORK JIOR- I
.ES Apyto L 8. JOJINSON.
Marh 9. 1859 If -
THE LIVER .INVIGDR AOI
PREPARED BY Dr. SANFORD,
I3 a great scientifie medical discovery, and is daily
working cures, almost too great to believe. It
cures as if by magic, even the frst dose giving
benefit, and seldom more than one bottle is requir
ed to cure any kind of Liver Complaint, from the
worst Jaundice or Dyspepsia to a common head.
ache, all of which are the the result ofea diseased
The Liver Is one of the principal of the
human body, and when it 1 perfor-ts netions well
the powers of the s*atem are rally developed. The
stomach Is almost entirely dependent on the healthy
action of the Liver for the pruper performance of its
functions. When the stoni ach Is at fault, the bowels
are at fault, and the whole paystem su fers In conse
quence of one organ-the Llver-having cessed to
doits duty. For the disesas s of that organ, one of the
proprietors has made It aI study. In a practice of
more than twenty years, to find some remedy where
with to counteract the many derangements to
which It Is liable.o
To prove that this re medy Is at last fhund, any
person troubled with Liv e r Complaint I a any
taforms,hasbuttotry a bottle, and eonvk~ou Is
A compound has been. formed by dissolving gums
and extracting dhat part which Is soluble for the ac
tive virtues o The miedl eine. These gums remove
all morbid or bad matter 'm the system, supply
Ing in theirplace a healthy Hlow of ble, Inyigorafng
the stomach, causing food to digest well, purifying
the blood, giving tone and 9 health to the whole mach.
nery, removing the cana of the disease, and efect
ing a radical cure without L3 any of the disagreeable
aner efects, felt by using Colomel or Mineral -Rt
son that is usually resor > ted to.
One dose after eating Is sulielcut to relieve the
stomach, and prevent the Hfood from rising and sour
Only one dose taken before retiring, prevents
Only one dose taken at 0 night loosens the bovels
gently, and cures costive a ness.
Ota Vte takenafter each f meal will cure. Dyqpepsia.
gi"One dose of two tea spioonsflal will always rw.
ieve Sick Headache.
One bottle taken for fe male obstruction, removes
the cause or tIe disesse, 0 and makesa perfect cure.
Only one dose Immedi ately relieves Cholle, while
One dose, often repeated, is a sire cure for Chol
era Morbus,. and a ire ventative of:Cholers.
One dose, taken often, A will prevent Dhis recurrence
of Bilious Attacks, while It relieves alt panind feel
gi* Only one bottle is needed to Ibrow out of the
system the effects of medi eine after flong slekness.
One bottle taken for Jaundlc:, removes all
yellowness or unnatural color from the skin.
One dose taken a short time before eating gives
vigor to the appetite, and makes food digest well.
One dose,often repeated,cures Chronle Diarrba
in its worst forms, while summer and bowel com
plaints yield almost to the first dose.
One or two doses eures attacks caused. by worms,
while for worms in children. there is no surer, safer
or speedier remedy in the world, as it never fails.
There is no exaggeration in these statements;
they are plain, sober facts, that we can give evi
dence to prove, while all who use it are giving their
unanimous testimony in its favor.
We take infiniti pleasure in recommending this
medicine as a preventive for Fever and Ague, Chill,
Fever, and all Fevers of a Billions type. It oner
ates with certainty, and thousands are willing to
testify to its wonderful virtues.
Among the hundreds of Liver Remedies -now
offered to the public.there are nonewe can sohighly
recommend as Cr. SANFORD'S.INVIGORATOR,
so generally known now throughout the Union.
This preparation is truly a Liver Invigorator, pro
ducing the most happy results on all who use it.
Almost innumerablo certilleates have been given to
the great virtue of this medicine by those of the
highest standing in society, and we know it to be
the best preparation now before the publi.-Isd
eon Comty Democrat.
Price, One Dollar f1er Bottle.
SANFORD A CO., Proprietor.
345 Broadway, New York.
For sale at Edgefteld C. IL, by G. L. Pzxx, Agt.
June 16.1858. ly 23
ARE MADB TO
CLEANE TEE BLOOD AND CURE TEE I1E,
Invalids, Fathers, Mothers, Physicians,
Phllanthropits, read their EBacts,
and judge of their Virtues.
FOlR TIlE CUREl OP
Headache, Sick Ileadache,Foul stomnach.
Pimvsaeee, P'A., 3lay 1, 1865.
. Di. J. C. Ara. Sir: I have been repaeatedty cured of
the worst haachoe any bodly ciin lhare by a .eee or two
ofreour P'llk. It seems to arise fron a foul utomtacht, which
they cleans at onc,.. If they will cure othere as they do
mte, the fuet Is worth kno.wng.
Yours with grmnt reelect, EtD. W. PRFtEii.E,
Clrrk of .weemer (Torin,.
Bilious Disorders and Liver Complatuts.
DEPsaT3!EN or vTaE INraania.,
Wasmaaxvorx, D. C., 7 Feb., 18541.
Smn: T have usedl your Pill. In amy g,.tneral atdm at tal
practice ever slice you made titem, and caninot hesitate to
sa.y they are thae taeit cathiartie we emplo.'. Their re~g.
latiang action oni lbs lirer Is quirsk sad decided. conseqiuent
ly they are ani admirable remedy for derauneensof that
organ. Indeed, I hare seldom found a case of bdiots die.
ease so obstinate that It did not readiy yield to theta.
Fraternally yours, ALONZO BAL.L, Mt. D.,
1%ysician qf the )Iarinee Hospial.
Dysentery, Relax, and Worms.
PeertiOrricr., ll!Atn~esn, Lav. Co., 3lacui., Nor. 16, 1855.
Dc. Arxx: Your l'ills aire the pierfecithm of mtedicine.
They have alone my wife moare goo than I cain tell you.
She lad been sick anda plinlig away for mionths. Went
otf tol be dloctored at great expense, but gont no better. tbhs
thein comnmensced taking your Pills, whlich aeon cured her,
by expelling large qanittes of woruis (dead) fron her
tir. They afterwards emned her anal our two cildren
of bloody dysentery. One of our neighbors had it bad,and
my wIfe cured him withs two doses of your Pills. while
otherts aroiund us paid front fre to twenty dollars doctors'
bills, and lost much time, withocut being cured entirely
even then, Sinch a medicine as yours, whlich is actually
good and honest, will be pred here. ohnlr
Indigestion and Impurity of the Blood.
Frost Ree. .T. V. Himes,, lbster of Adrent Church, Ihestosn.
Dr.. Aria: I hare need your Pillls with extranriiinary
eceos. ini may faitly and luong thtose I ant eslled to ritit
Iu distr-'s. To rsegnltt the organali of digestion and land
ty tI. blood they are tie very bent rieedy I liars ever
known, and I can coifudently recommnendl thesu to niy
friends. Yours, J. V'. IIIi1S.
Wsasaw, Wrromnno Co. N. Y., Oct.241555.
Dxtn Sta: I ama uacing your Cathartic Pills In miy prae
tihe, aind find them an excellent puargative to cleanse the
system ail purify the fountains iof the lmod.
JOhIN 0. 3t EACIIA3I, 3f. 1).
Erysipela, Scrofula, K~ing's Evil, Tetter,
Tumnore, and Salt Rhlenm.
Pawm a Fbricanaling .ierchcat of ..Louis, Rb. 4, 1856.
Di. Aria: Your PIlls are the paragon of all that is
great In medicine. They liars cured nay little daughter
of ulerous sores uton her hands and feet that hail proved ~
liaumbie for years. list mother hid been lonag grievous.
ly afflicted with blotches and pimples on her skin and in
her hiair. A fter onr child was cured, she also' tried your
Fills, and they hare cured her. ASA MIORGIDG E.
Rhbeumatism, Neuralgia, and Gout.
Reinm the Recv. Dr. lawoLes, of thee fethodist 1pis. Clurch.
Pet~asit louse.. SaAnAN-A (IA., Jan. 6,1861.
IlosonaD Sia : I should be ungratefnh tbr the tellef your
skill hsis brought me if I did not report my case to you.
A enild settled in my limbs and bironghi on excruciatinig
ta-uralglc pains, ithich enaded In chronic rhteumatismi.
Nortithsanding Iliad the best of phaysicians. the disese
grew worse iind Wnrise, until, biy the advicie of your exe4
rent agent ita lailiore, Dr. 31ac~kenzie, I tried your 1ills.
Their effects were stow, but sure. Bty peraseuenng in the
usc of thema, 1 am now enthavly well.
5z'rtz CatAnre, BArax Rorcs, T.A., 5 Dec., 1855.
Di. A rJt: 1 have been entirely cured hy your Pllas of
Rhleumantic Gout-a painful disease that hid atnleted me
fot yeas. TINCEtNT SL1DEL.L.
For Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred Comn
pilaisst e, requiring an acte yurge, they are an excel
For Costiveness or Constipation, and as
a Disasser Pill, they are sareeable andi efreetual.
Fits, Su~ppression, Paraliysis, Indiamna
tion, anid even Deaftsess, anda Partial BDihad
aes, have laeen cured by the satr action of these
3Most . f the Pills In nmarket contain Mercury, which, a1.
thiugha n sialale remnedy ia skilful htanada, is danagerous
in a piubllc pill. from the dreadful consequences that ie
quenitly follow Its inenutious use. These coataln no maer
emy, or maineral sulatance whatever.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
FOlR TiE ItAPiD C~ltEt OF
C0K'G HS, COLDS, IIOA BSENESP, 1NFLUe
ENZA, BONCHTS, WHOOPING
COUGh, CflOUP, ASTHMA, IN
ad for thie relief of conisumaptive patienuts in adralaced
stages of the disease.
We need not speak to thie pahule of its virtue..,
Tharnighoint every town, and alimiat every hamlet of thes
Amictanl States, its wotndeaft:l curies of pulmonary coin'
plainta hire naido It already knews. Nay, few are the
flkinlites In any civlisxed country on this continent with.
out siane personlal experience of its effects ; and fewer yet
the commuaunittes any where wheh liars not among thien
eonif living trophy of Its victory over this subtle and dan.'
gerout diseases of the thareat and hinge. While iin thce
omst powerful aitidote yet knownl to nman for the tormnil'
dable anid dangerous iseases of the puhtmotasry ttns, It
Is also thie lelasantest and afest remedy that can lbe em'e
alhyed tor inifiante and yoaung persenS. Parents abhould
bae It int store agains~t the Inelhlions enemy that steals .-'
uranu th~emnunprlired. We bavs abundant pouds te
believe thte (herry Jidral sae more hives bythe cs,
suaPttons It parvent than these It enuse. eesp it by
on. and cure mmir codds while they are enrable, nor neg.
ette ni ohuniin skill can niater the inexorable
canker that. fastsieIedn the vItals, eats your life away.
All kni.w the dreadful fatality of hung isordters, and as
they know too lie whines of this reniedy, we need sot do
more thant to assuure themt It is still niade the best it can
be. Wie ejeruc no cost, no care, no toil to produce itthe
most tfeft postihble. and thus afr those who rely on
It the l.est agent whieh ouar kllcan furnish for their eure.
PREPARED BY DR. J. E, YTE,
Practical and Analytleal Chemist, Leowell, ss,
. A ND SOL D BY
0. L. PENN and DRS. A. 0. A T. J. TEACIUE,
dgefheld C. H.; A. J. PELLET(ER A CO., Ham
utrg, and by all dealers in medicine. Wholesale
~y HAVILAND, CHICRESTER A CO., Augusta,
June 2 ty 21
TOTICE.--All persons having any detnands
,. against the Estate of Richard Searls, dec'd.,
re requested to present them on or before the'ith
ly of June, properly attested; as there will be a
lual settlement of said Estate on that do-.
RICH. BARRETT,' Ad'ors
Mar 9 3ma
TOTICE.-All persons desirous of employing
,I the Negro man JOE, belonging to r. Sar
Iles, may do so upon ,complying with the terms
antoned n apaper which Joeecarres withhim.
B. SEIBULS, Agent.