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From tho New York Pick.
Courtship and Marriage.
(Tlic following lines were suggested upon s?cing
tho tableaux?"ConiiDg to be Married.")
All fellers as wants to get married, I s'poso.
But na hasn't said so to their gal,
Fed like a darned fool when they goes to propose,
So I'll tell you just how I axed Sal.
I hadn't thought znctly what question to "pop,"
Aud I doesn't know yet what's the right,
For my head it whirled round nnd round like
" a top,
But I coined the first time to the p'int.
I felt, at the time, so brim full of joy,
That her hands I took hold by the tips ;
Thought I to myself, where's a luckier boy f
And I gave her a kiss on the lips.
Says I, "You and me, for two yenrs and a half,
Have been goin together about."
"I know what you're at," said she, with a laugh,
Whilo I felt moat acucedly out
' The parson lives near, so to him let us go;
m love yer and allers be true;
The old folks, I'm anr$ wouldn't dare to say no.
Says she, "I don't care if they do."
She die.n't say "Yea," but the laugh in her eye
Told mo all that I wanted to know,
So I axed if we'd better wait till bimohvJ
But 8ays she, "I'm all ready now."
I thought to mysel( I must bo better dressed,
For Sal looked so purty and neat, [vest,
So I ran home and stole dad's white coat and
And then I commenced my retreat.
The coat woe too Ion? but it Jit very well,
And dad never locked better in it
But what do you think, when I got back to Sal,
She had stolen the old woman's bonnet 1
The parson was just about taking his tea,
When we openod the door and went in ;
But the way that he looked at Sally and me,
Made us wish ourselves out of doors ag'in.
Said ho, "I should like to know why you've
To disturb me while taking my tea!"
Why, parson, says1^ "wo'to just come from
- - hum- '%
Why, don't yoti know Sally and me!
"We come here to be married, Sally and mo,
And we're both infi !?urry to go,
'Cause we come away slyly, just arter ten,
For we don't want the old folks to know."
'So you've both run ?#iy I now I see how it is;
If your folks are unwilling I can't"
When I heard him Bay that, my dander vrnsriz,
And says I, 'I'll be shot if you shan't."
His wife and his daugh&r stood near his chair,
>: And had heard eveiy word we had said ;
But when I looked up aud saw 'cm stand there,
I felt kinder dsweared.
, ? ? ? -
"jxow, l'a," said the gal, "do just aa they say,
And let them both have one another;
Young people, in sucjuhings, -will havo their
I're heard youafysoto my mother."
"Well, Mary, "said he, "go get me my hook,
For from it there's no getting rid."
As be said so, the took from bis daughter he
And in fire minat?tnore we was wed
So I paid liim rkjjjjr^lf for what he had donej
'< Four shillin' w^all ^jat I had ;
The <>H feller Uki le-it, and then we went home,
And 1 told=ttk?/wholo on it to dad.
happier cOt3pl<UTou never did see,
Stattg> Adgpn ufaS Eve had a fall ;
pot ttoe^offit was, thgtarterhu tea,
; fumqaof ofcjParson Brownlow.
" \--'^N"ifr'aniG9 heard a& anecdote told of tlu
if true, clearly shows thai
vrhtifonfr he thinks is rigtilvhe will endeavor
to maintun. It is said thalfchewas once
jttdttfljB by one of Che greatestf^^kts and
btagfcdoeios in Tennessee, that lfKe at
>.?v^^:4ed^4ei to preach again at a certain place,
^SgtM|9!mUi? t^?n from the pulpit and put>
in the presence of hiscongregiThe
persons present knowing the
mm who had thus threatened the Parson
y t&be a desperate fellow, advised him not tc
jij -fir ^^preach^^ They were requested not to give
;;?OOT0Beive8 any~ trouble, as he would attend
;to the matter hiinaeUi
- . yy Sunday morning cam?, and so did the
Pai*on at the appointed hour and took hu
with him, and it is said that no set of men
over got such a a scorching as did some
of his c ngrogation upon that occasion.
A fashionable Dinner Party.
A writer in the last number of the Westminster
Iicviov, in a well-written article on
"Manners and Fashions," thus hits oft' a
fashionable stupid Dinner Party :
"CK> now and dress for some half-past
oirrlif <l!nnn?* /\?? ?1- ?-i ' ?
V.^.iuuiuuvi, VI OUII1U IAJII U CIUCK "Ul llOIIlGj
and present yourself in spotless attire, and
with every lmir arranged to perfection. The
i enjoyment seems in tho inverso ratio of tho
preparation. Theso figures, got up with
1 sucn precision and finish, appear but half
alive. They liavo frozen each other by
their primness ; and your faculties feel tho
' numbing effect of tho atmosphere the moment
you enter it. AM these thoughts, so
nimble and so apt awhile since, have disappeared?have
suddenly acquired a supernatural
power of eluding yours; if you venture
a remark to your neighbor, there comes
a trito rejoinder, and there it ends. No
subject you can hit upon outlives half-a.
dozen sentences. Nothing that is said excites
any real interest in you, and you feel
what you say is listened to with aDathy.
By some strange magic, things tha- O'v
. gi ve pleasure seem to have lost ah ? U:i- !
You have a taste for art. Weary ->f 1
lous talk, you turn to tho table, and find |
tbat tli? book of engravings and the portfolio
of photographs are as flat as the conversation.
You fond of music. Yet
tho singing, goo^ . it is, you hear with utter
indifference, and say "thank you," with
a senso of being a profound hypocrite.?
Wholly at ease thougbtarou could bo, for
your own part, you fitMIYlbat your sympathies
will not let you.
You see young gentlemen feeling whether
their tics are properly adjusted, looking
vacantly round, and considering what they
shall do next. You see ladies sitting disconsolately,
waiting for some one to speak
to them, and wishing they had the wherewith
to occupy their fingers. You see the
hostess standing about the door-way, keeping
a factitious smile on her face, and racking
her brain to find tho requisite nothings
with which to greet her guests as they en>
ter. You see numberless traits of weariness
and embarrassment; and if }*ou have any
fellow feeling, these cannot fail to produce
a Bense of discomfort. Tho disorder is
catching ; it spreads from one to antther ;
do what you will, you cannot resist the general
infection. You struggle against it;
you make spasmodic efforts to be lively ;
but none of your sallies or your good stories
do more than raise a simper or a forced
lang'\. Everything falls dead. Intellect
and feeling arc alike asphyxiated, and when
at length, yielding to your disgust, you rush
afrry, how great is the relief when you get
into the fresli air, and see the stars ? liow
you "thank God that's over 1" and half resolve
to avoid such boredom for the future!
"What, now, is the secret of this perpetual
, miscarriage and disappointment? Docs
not the fault lie with all these needless adjuncts,
these elaborate dressings, these set
t forms, these expensive preparations, these
many devices and arrangements, that imply
trouble and raise expectation ?"
The Man who Kiased the Three Girls.
A young man who boarded at a house in
the country, where several coy damsels who
seemed to regard men as terrible creatures
whom it was an unpardonable sin to look
at, was one afternoon accostcd by an acquaintance,
and asked what he thought of
the young ladies with whom he boarded ?
He replied that they were very shy and
"So they are," returned the other, "and
so much so that no gentleman could get
near enough to tell the color of their eyes."
"That they may be," said the boarder,
"yet I will stake a million that I can kiss
, all three without any trouble."
"That you cannot do," cried his friend ;
"it is an achievement which neither you
nor any other man can accomplish."
The other was positive, and invited his
friend to his house to witness his triumph.
> They entered the room together, and the
three girls were all at home, sitting beside
their mother, and they looked prim and
, demure as John Rogers at the stake.
' Our hero assumed a very grave aspect,
oven to dejection, and having looked wist'
fully at the clock, breathed a sigh as deep
as Algebra, and as long as a female dialogue
at a street door. Ilis singular deportment
now attracted the attention of the
girls, who cast their slow opening eyes up
to his countenance. Perceiving the inv
' pression he had made, he turned to his companion
"It wants throe minutes of the time P*
"Do you appak of the dinner?" said the
> old lady, laying down her sewing work.
; "Dinner V said he, with bewildered as
t>ecL and^vjintinnf. if iin<v\na/?i/Miel?r
* - i - o> VUU,J) "" **
> curled fore-finger.
1 A silence ensued, during which the fe
male part of the household glared at the
, young man with irrepressible curiosity.
?, - "You will see me decently interred," said
he, again turning to his friend.
> Ilia friend was as much puzzled as any
i body present, and his cmbarrassment^addea
to the intended effect: but the old lately be>
ingf finable to contain herself, cried:
i "Mr. C? pray what do you speak of I" j
. "Nothing," answered he in a lugubrious
I tone. "but. Iflflt nirrVif o orari* .? i
, - h nujiwliau ULW
i me F Here the girls rose to tceir feet and
i drew near. "And the spirit gave me warni
ing that I should die exactly at twelve
i o'clock to-day. Andypusee it wants but
y half minute of "that time.* .
J llK girls turned pale, and their hidden
i sympathies were at once awakened for the
r doomed youth. He then walked to the
1 eldest of the girls, and taking Jtier by the
i hand Sade heara solemn farewell. He also
| which she did not ^attempt to- resist?" He
1 V--J ? J? ? "
"Who would have believed that an apparition
would tell such a lio ? It was probably
the ghost of Annanias or Sapphira."
It was somo time before, the sober maidens
understood the joke, and when thev did,
they evinced no resentmont. The first kiss
broke the ice, and thanks to the ghost they
discovered there was some pleasure in a
A Grasshopper Roast. ,
Amongst tho choice delicacies with
which the Digger Indians regale them- J
selves during the summer season, says the ,
Empire County Argus, is the grasshopper ]
roast. Having been an eye witness to the <
preparation and discussion of one of their I
.feasts of grasshoppers, we can describe it '
truthfully. There arc districts in Califor- ,
nih, as well as portions of the plains be- .
tween the Sierra Nevada and the llocky i
Mountains, that literally swarm with grasshoppers,
and in such astonishing numbers
that a man cannot place his foot to the j
ground while walking thcro without crushing
gscat numbers. To tho Indian ihey
arc a great delicacy, and arc caught and
cooked in the following manner : A piecc
of ground is so-"lit wliere they most abound,
in the cei " which an cxcavation
i:: made, large mid enough to prevent
tl.e insect from Lop, ig out when once in.
The entire party of diggers, old and young,
male and female, then surround as much of
the surrounding grounds as they can, and
with each a green bough in hand, whipping
and thrashing on every side, gradually
approach the ccntre driving the insects
before them in countlcss :,udes, till a*
last all, or nearly all, are 1 in 'he !
pit. In the meantime sin;1
arc made, answering the pu.t o.in
which fires are kindled and kept up .m?til
the surrounding earth, for a short distance,
becomes sufficiently heated, together
with a fiat stone large enough to cover the
oven. The grasshoppers are now taken in
coarse bags, and, after being thoroughly
soaked in water for a few moments, aro
emptied into the oven and closed in. Ten
or fifteen minutes suffices to roast them,
when they are taken out aud eaten without
further preparation, with much apparent
relish, or as is sometimes the case, reduced
to powder and made into soup. And having
from curiosity tasted, not of the soup,
but of the roast, really if one could divest
himself of the idea of eating an insect, as
wc do an oyster or shrimp, with other preparation
than simply roasting, they would
not be considered very bad eating, even by
more refined epicures than the Digger Indians.
The Celestial State.
Old Rickets was a mau of labor, and had
little or no time to'devote to speculations on
the future. IIo was withal rather saving
in the use of language. One day, while engaged
in stopping up hog-holes about his
place, he was approached by a colporteur
and presented with a tract.
"What is all this about?" demanded
"That, sir, is a book describing the celestial
State," was the reply.
"Celestial state ?" said Rickets, "where is
"My worthy friend, I fear that you have
"Well, never mind," interrupted Rickets,
"I don't want to hear about any better State
than old Pennsylvania. I intend to live
right here, if I can only keep them troublesome
An Ingenious Riddle.?It was done
when it was begun ; it was dope when it
was half done; and yet it wasn't done
when it was finished. Now what was it ?
Answer: Abney Johnson courts Susannah
Dunn. It was Dunn when it was begun
; it was Dunn when it was half-done ;
and yet it wasn't Dunn when it was finished
?for it was Johnson.
CHARLESTON CARPET WAREHOUSE.
TT^ always on hand the largest and best |
t JL-.M- eeicciea siock ot UAKl'Jffi'lIlO to be
| found in thp city, viz:?Fine Ingrains, low
?riced; superfine Ingrains, Tapestry Velvet,
apestry Brussels, low priccd Brussels, Three
Ply Carpetings, Green and Printed Baize, Hearth
Rugs and Door Malts, Stair Carpeting and
Stair Rods, Bindings, Ac., Ac. Matting, all
widths. ' With
a large assortment of FLOOR OIL
CLOTH, from 3 to.24 feot in width, for Rooms,
Lobbies, ?fcc., without team.'
Kos. 246 and 243 Ring-at-, corner HaseL
Cameron, Webb & Co.,
(Successors to G. it IL Cameron,)
CHINA, GLASS AND EARTHENWARE,' >
No. 145 Meeting street,
* Charleston, Sooth Carolina,
pff* Will supply Country Merchants with
Goods in their line at as low rates as they can
buy in New York, or elsewhere. ,
n. f. cameron, )
w. l. webb, >
w. m. rage. ) . nhj!5. ?
MAMUFACrijttEtt AND T)EALXR IN < .
CARRIAGES ABD HARNESS,
Next door North of Pavilion Hotel, 124 Meeting
street and 88 Wentworth street, ,
.CHARLESTON, S. C. *
N. B.?An immense stock of VEHICLES
and HARNESS constantly oa' hand. Great
inducements now offered in extreme low prices.
Every article warranted. . . ' *i,
29, 2fi f_., ;ly g
BAXLEYf DOUGLAS i-ANDEfifiON.'
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WHOLESALE JUtd BET AIL
/ A. BAiiJ:fHASl"iBTON? &*
When the It. It. R. Theory was first declared
io the world, skeptical persons doubted its correctness,
and looked with distrust on the rcmeJics
it possessed. Others, however, struck with
the originality of its views and conceeding merit
to the theory, were induced to try if tlio remoJies
bore out in practice what was claimed for *
them in theory. A third class differing from
the others and r>erhans more numerous, without
:onsideing for a moment any merit they might
be entitled to, tried them, merely as a venture,
jjrowing out of a desire for something now.
We are satisfied with the result, for the public
lias received tho benefit and It. R. R. Tneory
lins triumphed. Not a day passes that wo do
not have admission from some hitherto unbelievor
that their skepticism was unfounded and
convinced by rending our Family Friond, have
proved by their own experience, the infallibility
uf our medicines. Not a day passes that wc do
not rcccive grateful testimonials of cures effect- i
ed by these Medicines. " I was seized with
cramps and spasms Inst night says one, and lind it
not been for Radaway's Ready Relief I should
have died with the pain." Another says, " my 1
wife was slowly sinking with an affection of
the Lungs and my neighbor was suffering from
Scrofula,?I have Been them both restored to *1
health by Rndwny's Renovating IteBolveut J
A third sny, " Radway's Regulators have curod g
me of habitual costiveness that was tho burden s
of my life." Such are the characteristic testi- r
iiiumuis we uauy rccive ot tbo ?. it. U. llcrae- J
Radway's Ready Relief, the first of the R. '
R. R. remedies, is the most quick and safe rem- *
ody that has ever yet been discovered for the '
instant relief of afl ACUTE OR CHRONIC 1
PAINS. It is a certain discnfcctant and will c
neutralize the most violent poisons of Malignant j
Epidemics. If the human system is seized with
the virulence of Cholera, Small-Pox, Ship Fever,
Pneumonia, or other fatal poisons, Rnd- ^
v y's I? ,-ady Relief used in connection with
li' .i . Regulators, will check the violence of
>"a- , icutralize the infection, and will
i; I j-. 'ect the system against sudden
t wi restore Uie body to health and
\V make this assertion boldly, and j
or Chemist doubts the great j
wo claim for our Ready Relief, ^
?tit pains, let them examine it and j
* siil bear the test.
Pains stopped in a few minutes. The moment
Railway's Ready Relief is applied to the parts
alllicted with i-lioiimnt.ii> tiainn u lmtlm- ?
tlic knee joint, the arms, legs, feet or loins ull, J
pain ami anguish ceases.
Criiti.f.d for twescty years. Mr. Charles M. i]
Johnston, Nashville, was crippled with a chronic j
rheumatism for twenty years. He purchased t
from J. M. Zimmerman one bottle of Ready lie- )
lief, and one box of Regulators. The Ready
Relief vns applied as soon as it was obtained.
In twenty minute* he was free from pain; 1
In twenty-four hours lie could stana alone; *
In four day* he could walk alone. '
By the use of the Resolvent, Relief and Regu- 1
lators, iu ono month he was entirely cured. '
A lady aged 85, had been crippled for years,
could not raise her hand to her head. One bottle
of 11. R. Relief removed all pain and stiffness,
created new life within her disabled body, '
restored each limb and joint to a strong vigor- 1
ous and healthy condition. The lady is well
known in Asheville, N. C. Thomas W. Atkin,
Esq., editor of the Aslieville News, published the ,
case in his paper on the 18th of October 1853. ]
Sudden Attacks. Cramps and Spasms. For !
all internal difficulties, where the patientis sud- I
denly seized with Cramps, Spasms, Diarrhoea, .
Cholera Morbus, one teaspoonful of Radway's ]
Ready Ilelief will in fifteen minutes allay the i
most distressing pains. i
Fever and Ague. Let those afflicted with this
distressing malady take Radway's Ready Relief
internal!}*, a teaspoonful every fifteen minutes
three hours before the chills come on, and
a dose of Regulators every night; also, rub the
spine of tho back down with Ready Relief. It
will entirely cure and prevent the system against
Ague and Fever.
In cases of Burns, Scalds, Bruises, Strains,
Sprains, Bad Swellings, Heart Burn, Sour Stomach,
Sick Headache, Radway's Ready Relief
will remove all pain in a few minutes.
For sale by "Wardlaw Lyon, Abbeville;
Boatwright ii Barkuloo, Columbia; Dr. F. G.
Parks. Greenwood: Beach A: BrownRon. N .
berry; J. <fc n. Folk, Pomaria; Dr. F. F. Gary,
Cokesbury; J. "W. Taylor, Anderson; Lewis <k
Cox, Belton; M. B. Earle Co.,, Greenville; '
Earle, Evans <fc Griffin, Williamson; David Kibler,
Frog Level. RAD WAY & CO., N. York.
May 13, 1854. 63 ly
I TAKE this method to inform all persons geting
work done at my Shop, amounting to '
ten dollars and over, that they will be required
to ?iv? their notes, bearing interest from date,
or^o pay the cash; and all sums under ten dollars,
.wi& bo called for every three months. In
11 percent off.for jut?h. -v.
I should be pleased to wait on my customers, 1
but as I have to pay the cash for my stock,
I shall be obliged to have the cash or cosh notes
for my work. E. J. TAYLOR.
Jan. 14, 1864 30 _ tf
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_Z jL Campbell, dec'd., will plcnsc call and set- '
tie. All those having claims, will present them
W. W. WALLER, Adm'r.
New Market, S. C., March 10, 1854.?4?.jjc j
Aii r* PEftSON having Notes or Accounts ^
belonging to D. Campbell, dec'd., will please
inform me without delay. ~W. "W. W., Ad'r. .
J. H. & 8HABP, ~r~~~
SLATE DEALER AND GENERAL COMMISSION '
No. 10 State-street, Charleston.
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Hemlock and Oak Tanned Sole 1
QAA/\ LBS. Hemlock and Oak Tanned i
OlyvjU' Bole Leather, for sale at leas than c
Augusta prices, by . HENRY S. KERR. t
a March 25 v ? ^ 46 . tf
Salt! Sail! *?
SACKS Liverpool Salt'in store and for "
t)U. sale by f* ?? IL S. KE11R.
" March 26 46 J tf * y
vmun uuu B&HU TT UMICU -
HIDES and Skins of all kinda.will be taken ?
in Exchange for Grocriea, by *
< i_ EL B? BiBttR. ''
?May 6? . A ; 62 - V * tf
* Scytlies and Cradles*
A. few of the beat Cradles overseen, for sal o '
by 4- H. S. KERR
, May 6 *. 52' A - ^tf - I
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OKAftA HPAWTSW AmnrinA?i ?W/JATIH *
- embracing ?ome WeritV different
* ? Ubhl?l^D^>> new, at <utonJliirch
18. : '
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IVo. 3 Granite Bnildiiifra. C
RS. ?fe SON would respectfully invito the i
Spring and Sun
Manufactured by themselves expressly for tlii
TOGETHER WITH A
STOCKS, DRESSING G<
Country Merchants wishing to sort up, ti
.'aiukd Stock, and at Charleston Prices.
Columbia, Oct, 20. 1853.
Which can be Relied on for Each and
DR. J. S. ROSE is an Honorary Member of r
the Philadelphia Medical Society, and
;raduated, in 1820, from the University of Ponn- f
vlvonia lln^nr flia rrtii/1nn/tA
J -. V, VMV ^umuuvo VI Clio U UIJf CIU1- J
icnt Professors Phj'siok, Chapman, Gibson, Coxe, "]
nmes and Hare?names celebrated for medical t
cience. Being solicited by thousands of his pa- j
ienta to put up his preparations, ho now offers A
o the public, as the results of his experience t
or the past thirty years, the following valua- ?
>le family medicines, each one suited to a spe <
ific disease: ?
Dr. J. S. Hose's Nervous and Invigorating
The greatest disco-, ?;ry in medical sciencc.
fhis astonishing preparation for raising up a
veak constitution debilitated by care, inbor,
tudy or disease, nets l ':e a charm. It gives
trength and appetite, mid possesses great invigtrating
For llcart Diseases, all Nervous Affections,
"Intulcnce, llcart Burn, Uestlessncsa, Numbness,
S'eurulgin, raising the spirits, and giving power
o the whole sysfepn, it is almost miraculous in j
ts effect. 60 cents a bottle.
For Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping i
Tin: Best Cougii Syrup inote Woblp.?There
tre many Cough Syrups which are mere pallia
,ivcs. L>r. .Hose's celebrated Expectorant or
2ongh Syrup, not only relieves the worst cougli,
>ut it allays all irritation of the Lungs or
rhrout, subdues any Bronchial affection, cures '
he Asthma, and is dccidedly the best prepara- .
.ion for Consumption nnd all Lung diseases. In
mottles at 50 cents and $1.
Foil Wuooriua Coucjii.?This distressing and (
'rcquentlj' dangerous complaint, yields, and is .
mred by Dr. Rose's celebrated "Whooping Cough
Syrup. It allays the cough and prevents in- lamination
nnd dropsy on the sheat It fre- r
jucntlj' cures in one week, and gives instant j
relief. 60 cents per bottle.
A Certain Cube for Choup.?Children are always
liable to the croup, which dangerous com
plaiut yields immediately to Dr. J. B. Rose's
never-failing Croup Syrup. Price 25 cents.
Do you Suffer with any Pain?
Tf ?Ml C.l 1*.. 1* ?'
ii juu uv, vuu win iinu uumcuinte rcuei oy
using Dr. J. b. lioae's Pain Curer. It is the only
preparation which cnrca, almost instantly,
iore Throat, Rheumatism, from Colds, Pains in
the Side, Back, or Limbs; Face, Ear, or Tooth
Ache; Stomach or Bowels, Side or Back; Stiff
Neck, Bruises, Corns and Chilblains. Wherev:ryou
have pain, use tho Pain Curer. Safe to
ill age. Price, 12|, 25 and 50 cent bottles.
The Only Cure for Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint
and Indigestion. '
Thousands have been cured of the above '
;omplaints, and tens of thousands more can be
lured if they will take Dr. J. 8. Rote's Dyspeptic
Compoutid and his Anti-Bilious or Jlailroad
Pills. The Dyspeptic Compound acta directly
sn the liver and stomach, Whilst the Pills carry
aff all secretions, keeping the bowels open and
regular, also giving strength and appetite,
riiese medicines contain no calomel or mercury
in any form, but possess great tonic, alterative,
,i J i!?_ ?3. ?i ? <
Hwiiiiini uuu nvcr vuuipvunus, which never injure
but always improve the constitution, as
thousands can testify.
All of the <4>ove preparations, with Dr. Rose's
Medical adviser to Persons in Sickness and in
Health, to bo had of
Wardlaw & Lyon, Abbeville.
Dr. Felix G. Parks, Greenwood.
Dr. F. F. Gorey, Cokesbury.
G. L. Peun, Edgefield C. H.
Wm. F. Pratt & Co., Newberry C. II.
And of Dealers generally throughout the
DRY GOODS IN CHARLESTON, S. C.
Browning & Leman,
Wo*. 209 and 211 Klng-aC, pomtr vf 'XafJcetJt?,.
Charlertoa,; g-, C.
Plantation Woolens, Blankets, <tq.,
Carpetings and Curtain Materials, , ,
Silks and Rich Dress Good^
Cloaks, Mantillas, Shawls.
Terms cash?one price cmly. i
HAVTjJ locftted myself at Hodges' Depot,
jl and am prepared to make Mattresses, Comforts,
Cushions tor Settees, and sueh articles.
I will pay a good price for Shacks and stained
Cotton. Give me a calL
Jan. 21 37?tf DAVID B OWENS.
* . Cotton Gins.
THE subscribers, having had nine years experience,
and given universal satisfaction
jo their patrons, being now fully prepared with
?ood machinery and the best of workmen, feel
lafe in saying to the Cotton Plantett jn general
n this .and the adjoining States, that they can
urnish them with the best COTTON GINS now
nade. They could offer a host of certificates,
>ut believing the warrantee to be sufficient, they
Till say, send on your orders through the mail
>r their agents, who will visit the moat* if not
ill the Planters in reasonable bounds. ?
., r & H. ?S WM. 0GLE8BY, |
Elberton, Elbert county, Oa. !
Feb. 4 80 ly !
HSHRY S. K8HR, 1
W BOXES AXE * RETAIL
DBAXBB IK /
!Dnn?DrDB nnmrrornvo l n(iimn/minrii>niB
iBvvunuia) I nuuoivno OVllFISIjllUIlAKlJiO) ABBE
VHA23, OB- B. O.
May 10, 1858. 1-tf \
* . IVotice,
EHE Notos of the Eetato of D F. Cleoklt,
deceased, are now due, and haye boon
>laeed in 0or hands for'paypient. Porsone <
triag the Estate, "will make payment before
he 16th of Febrotafy. Those holding domands
the Atat^ will present the tarn* to itc, 3
Lj, -- - ".J
W <Sr S??, I v
^.kd retail i \
ABLISHMENT, . V
olumbla, South Carolina. ^
attention of tlio public to their EXTENSIVE
LARGE STOCK OF
jwns, money be'.t8, *~v^
rill fiud, at this Establish- , a largo and
The World's llotel,
AT ABBEVILLE C. It.
a ttfym~r h'op tit i? qtt? a mnfd
rHE subscriber respectfully informs tbe'tf^hr'''
public, that his Hotel is still onon Bt'fT
or tlio reception of Boarders and Travelled
lis rooms are ample ond convenient-, and
["able, (bo an impartial public testify,) is eif' |
o any in the country. He has also an exct
cut Stable and Lot, abundantly supplied with .
vater from the village spring by the constant
iction of a liydraulio ram, and is prepared to f '
iccommodatc horses, single or in aroves. He i y'
xhibits, herewith, his tariff of rates, which/ ft
ire as follows: f
For single meal, - - - $0 25
Board and lodging, by the day, 0 76
Board by the week, - - - 8 60 '
Do. by the month, - - - 10 00 j
Do. by the year, ... 120 00
For man and horse, supper, lodging .
and breakfast, 1 25 J
Single feed for horse, - - - 0 87
By day, if more than two feeds, -0 75
Keeping horse by the week, 4 OO *
uv. ao. oy uic nioatli, - 10 00
All transient persons stopping at the World's
Hotel, without horse or baggage, will pay in
idvancc. There will be no pains spared in trvng
to accommodate all those who may sec fit
to patronize the World's Hotel.
Feb. 4 39?6m SILAS ANDERSON".
Corn "plenty, Cotton fair price, Pork cheap,
Goods still chcaper.
M. STBATJSS, Cokesbury,
HAS IN STORE and receiving daily from
New York. Philadelphia. Baltimom mid
Charleston, a large and select assortment of
1001)9 adapted to the present season and for
Jie -winter, consisting, in part, of?
STAPLE AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
Brown and Bleached SHIRTINGS,
American, English and French PRINTS,
French and Scotch GINGHAMS^
Welch, Saxony and Patent unshrinkable FLANNEL
; Colored and Opera Flannel,
Towelling, Table Cloth Diapers,
Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, Sattineta, etc., etc.
RICH SILK AND DRESS GOODS.
Paris Printed D'LAINES, CASHMERES,
Mznnos, Alpaca, Thibet,
Plain D'Laines, Cashmeres, Alpaca, Merinos and
Black Silk, Gros de Rhine, Armnre,
Plain, Plaid, Brocade, Pompadour Silk, and other
new styles. I
Wool, Net, French Frinted, Broch. and Cashmere.
French Embroideries, Crystal Palace Ribbon,
Trimmings, flosierv, Veils, Kid, Cashmere und
Silk Gloves; Buckskin Gauntlet, for Ladies'
Mitts; Jaconet and Swiss Muslins, Edgings and
Insertings, Laces, Linen Cambric Hdkfa., do.
Embroidered, from 75 cts. to 8 dollars.
Oct 1, 1858. 21-tf
I OFFER for sale the following Tracts of Land:
Tract No. 1?containing 500 Acres, two
hundred acres cleared, and 40 acres of first rate
nract no. 2?containing 250 Acres?20
acres Bottom and 100 Woodland.
Tho Lands of both tracts are of the best quality
and exceedingly well timbered.
J. W. EARLE.
Evergreen, S. C., Nov. 9,1863. 27?tf
"KAKK no MB HAPPY t"
THE CHEAPEST MONTHLY IN THE SOUTH!
k DEVOTED TO
jPhysiology, Hygiene, Natural History,
Literature, and Practical Medicine.
. PDBLISIIED AT ABBEVILLE C. II., 8. C.,
At $1 per -Annum, in Advance.
No family should be without itt .
JOHN DAVIS, M. D., Editor and Proprietor.
March 18 45 tf
%" Tho Greenville Patriot, Laurensville Her- a
aid, Edgefield Advertiser, Anderson Gazette,
Lexington Telegraph. Due "West Telescope, and H
i?vn wv?ij MVUViUOIj WU1 WIUU CUJJJT bLLTUO IUVUU10
and send bills to address. Land
I OFFER for sale 86 acres of LAND, more or
loos, lying on the Snake Road, eight miles
and a half from Abbeville Court House, bounded
by lands of Samuel Jordan, Patrick McC*sr
Ian and Thomas Thomson. Twenty-five aeries
are cleared and jn good cultivation. The balance
has good timber on it A dwelling how*
ana <rat buildings on it. This land lie* ia tW
gold region,' ana is supposed to have gped mine*
on it Any wishing to buy, u? iliTiUd to-calll
and examine it.. 1 intend ta move Weet^ ond ift
not sold before sale day in August), it willihai *
put up to the highest bidder.
Feb. 11 60*^40 REUBIN FOWLER:
Fifty Dollar* Reward.
RUNAWAY frottt' the subscriber, ia?
Montgomery, Ala., on the 10th day of?Juno38llmst,
a Negro Woman, named DELIA, aged
about 28 years. She fortnerly belonged to DrWardlaw,
of Abberille, S. 0., I Will pay the
sdoyo rewara tor tier apprflbension and' confinement
in *ny jail -where I can gat her.
E. B, HARRIS,
t Montgomery, Ala., De6. 9, 1868, 88? tf ..
Iron. Hardware* &.o. '
RAAA LBS- Sweed's Iron, afesorted* bought
t).UuU at lowest oaah price, and for aal?
low;. ' ...
,' 100 Kqn Nails, at a low price;
Union Hammajy and Lathing Hatchetr-v
CoffeeMills, Finulang Brads ;
?* ?jT"?* ,v'v > . ,^. v ^msL