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BARBARISM AT THE SOUTH AND CULTIVATION
AT THE NORTH.
In tbe Herald of Tuesday wo published
two remarkable documents, each contain**
ing an array of statements Jbaving an im?t*
porlant bearing upon the great .Bocial and
* political questions of tbe The first
was Mr. Sumuer's claborato exposition of
th*barbarism of tbe South, as developed
by tbo treatment of the slaves in that region;
and tlio other, the papers in the celebrated
Hunch divorce case, which is shortly to
como before the courts of Illinois, and in
which 'honest old Abe,' as a leader of the
bar, may have a brief, or at least a retainer.
Mr. Stunner's review of tlio history of
slavery in the South, and tlio consoauent
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extension of barbaric institutions over the
^cotton tree, ibe tobacco plant anil the
?range grove, is only important from tbc
exceeding toil which the Senator lias evidently
gone through with in order to collect
every fact, or statement presumed to be
a fact, that could bear against the slave
T? <1.A : v r. i t
iiiasicr. n 10 niu duelling worK OI II1C nDOlitionists,
wh? have been bowling and groaninjj.'Rnd
crying about ibo negroes any time
these'fiv6 and twenty years, all to niako a
substratum for tbe republican parly, and to
show that our Southern brethern are hope
lessly demoralized, and can only bo saved
by being reduced to utter destitution ; while
we at the North are in a condition of Utopian
beatitude, and represent all the moral
virtues iu^lieir most angelic and altogether
Tliis is the theory of honest \Y. II. Su
waru, Hottest old AOe Lincoln, Hottest llenry
Wilson, honest Mr. Trumbull, honest Charles
Sumner, and all the savagely virtuous
and awfully immaculate leaders in the black
republican camp. Look?say these philosophers,
in effect?look, oh, voters of the
North, at"thecontrast between the oligarchy
of the Squth and yourselves. The Southerner
spends nearly all his time in swearing
and'drinking juleps, the rest of it is
employed in whipping and torturing bis
negroes. lie ^ a barbarian, worse than a
Camancbe, hnd his lifo is in tiie hand of
any man who sees fit to lako'it. On the
other hand, to carry out the parallel, see
what plB^s of perfection you'ffiavc been
made by the freo institutions of the North.
Look at the record of divorces, elopements
and so on, iu the Western States. Look at
the overcrowded prisons; the penal hospitals
; the long list of criminals to bo tried
in the courts, the work of the knife, tlie
pistol or the 6lung shot, nlways in the baud
of the fr^ruffian. 'Mr. Sumner may direct
the attention of the Senate to the fact that
largo numbers of his constituents appear to
be aoOrely engagfcd in the agreeable occupation
of pojaoning each other; the Vermont
Sena tor has a similar esse wherewith to
point tli^Sboral, and Mr. Trumbull may
pSint to tbo_ revelations of domestic life
/among tbe higher classes of "his constitnt?nt6
'to slfa^jl) al Illinois is not bobind tbe
old>6tates itf'repi odiicing all the elegancies,
refiffemenis and proj^tjelies of manner (to
60V nothing of tbe abioluloiteccncics of life)
fojr^which they aro distinguished. Some
otfjeij ^Utors n tbe same side of Cue
chamber raiobt make an instruntive snpprli
upon* tbe ,e^lremely facilo way in which
property*in the free^tfltos is conveyed from
one perspn to another without any considera^jifor^be
transfer,a vast improvement
np&n" lb6 Qjfc/a^oned way of doing business,
whichJ?6tili adhejfljjji to in tbe South
wber?*tbevJ?8H the now malhrtri r>f rarrv.
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ing out.lh^ J^jj&oty of free institution!, by
]vith? another's ^frojaerty, by
< ' , n'^e%6iue^%ftwiu(lling, robbery and
n m like. I& trfJ'cionce coul&be more conclusive
as to tlie^bocking ign6rance of our
Soothe*^, brethren tbau this. Tbey are
absolq^plfr a century behind Ibe age, and all
owing to^Seir necroes.
I^ere atJ.Be Nor^^ve are all free." The
'negro ,ia free to .starve for all that his friends
will dq /pr him. The.whito man is free to
d&Sftch liis neigbtj&r's wife ; the parson is
frlej^et rid o?$ disagreeable marriage by
ekr Womng' his partner; a person holding a
responsible position in the community is
* '.< the mother of his children by^
v w jj' ff^g^^Pejg^n?)yDCC8 an(^ 6,Da"
nrc fre0 to
lefHlRy^fcf<^?rlSS^ kill their
pos^e.^JnO^i ijlrbaric South wlffee the^
do notliavefree institutions,-cises ofaelibera^fejimajttft
comparatively raffcl^It lias
r^roflin?Pff ihe civiljt^iion of the NoUb
to jcpvive tfHthalflxuries of Italv under fiB1
it nof a ^cligbtful picture, .Ibis of tbe
civilization of tbe North 1 And' dtight not
wofo Wall.viry that We at# not obli'
QyJ tHlfrG itfhie horrid SouflSfjSfct,* there
B^no Btunrffifl, -1nd^j&lfre il&j&g$lens.
.llere^a anfffo-on are6Circe? VfcbflE^tbe
world do they do'&r^tWr morning murder
ana eveiHog cvim. c'iMfff -Were it not for
tbe^j^hcrfr.paEers^ifey would all die of
t n nui^-rNy YW^trnld..
'What a 6nejiead jour boy^aaT Mid
ao adrairilfe friend.?'Ye**' said the fond
.father, 'he'# aphip of the old bl^-^aitft
yon, toy boy!'?*Yer, father,^ teach**;
saia yesterday that I was a young * blocks'
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bnna nf ? ??' ??H?. 4-ik
jr " } ??UJ
whfr. haaj>aafrful lyMftamnd Joy. She ii
impotent to have TjT&i 'pop the., qaettion,'
and thinks of availing bereolf of the female
.privilege of leap-year. In that caafe she
would 'leap for Joy^ ^ ... j. 7 /
Light wio?*i?_btlt the ghost of wine?i!
hw no bodylo it. 41 1
From the Riling Sun.
I am a little black ej'ed girl,
My ngc is just sixteen ;
My nnme I wi^iiot hero relate.
Though oft ill print it has been scon.
And whoa I on the "carpet" stand,
No village beau for me : 1
If e'er 1 marry in my life, <
A farmer's wife I'll be. |
Hove to hear the plowman's whistle.
The reapers cheerful eoug;
Tlicy bupy sound of threshers i
As the etceds are hied along;
Yc?, every 6ound of industry.
Is music sweet to rnc;
If e'er I marry iu my life,
A farmer's wife I'll be.
I love to sec the waving grain,.
Tliat yields to every breeze;
I love to see the squirrels play
And build their ne6ts on leafy trees ; 1
The music of the singing birds I
Enchants my soul with glee? 1
If e'er I marry in my life, I
A farmer's wife I'll be. j
T ..i i:i.? :? 1?'
Enjoy the gloomy town, |
Mid huge brick wnlls, and atone paved streets
To ramble up and down.
The country nil presents to view'*:
Such pleasant sights to me, <
If e'er 1 marry in my life, s
A farmer's wife I'll bo. i
TAKE CAKE OF YOUR THOUGHTS. ,
Sin Logins in the heart. If you keep .
i:r? ?:n u. n...
tuui mvu^iivo j;uic JUUI 11113 Will u<J UIU^S* ^
edness. The indulgence of sinful thoughts ;
and desires produces sinful actions. When j
lust hath conceived it bringeth forlh sin.?
The pleasurable thought of a sinful deed is j
usually followed by its commission. Never |
allow yourself to pause and consider the
pleasures or profit you might derive from
thi3 or that sin. Close your mind against
the suggestion at once, as you would lojk
and bolt your doors against a robber. If
Eve had not stood parleying with the devil, i
and admiring the beautiful fruit, the earth I
might yet have been a paradise. No one
becomes a thief, a fornicator, or a murderer |
at once. The mind must bo corrupted.? ,
The wicked suggestion must bo indulged
and revolved in the thoughts, until it loses
its hideous deformity, and tbe anticipated 1
gain or plensuro comes to outweight the ,
Your imagination is apt to paint forbid
den pleasure in gay and dazzling colors.? j
It is the serpent's charm. Gaze not upon ,
the pictrre. Suffer not tho intruder lo get
a lodgement. Meet tho enemy at the
thrcshhold and drive it from your heart.
As a rule, the more familiar you become ,
willi sin, the less hateful it appears; so that
the more completely vou preserve vour
mind from unholy thoughts the better.
Avpid the socicty where obscenity or blasphemy
is heard! Cultivate th? soqiety of
the virtuous, llead nothing that is unchaste
or immoral. Make a covenant with
your cy?& Familiarise not your mind with
the loathsome details of crime. Never harbor
ra|idicious or envious thoughts. Direct
your thoughts towards uuro and holv Knh
w I J
jects. Contemplate the character of the
spotless and perfect son of God. Keep
your spirit untainted and your thoughts
unconiaininated, 60 shall your life be virtuous.
As a man thiuketh so is hev> Take
care of the thoughts, and ,-tlie actions will
tgko care of themselves.
i\ iouciiing Story.?Tbe Hon. A. II.' i
Stephens, of Georgia, in an address at a
meeting in Alexandria, for tlio benefit of
the Orphan Asylum and -Free School ot'
that city, related the following anecdote :
A little boy cold* night, with no
home or roof to ahfiltftriiis nn noi?
or mateoi^guardiaVi or guide to protector
directum on hia way, reached at
nightfall llio house of a rich planter, who
loot him in, fed, lodged, and sent him on
his wav with Jiistlessings.
These' kind attentions cheered his heart
and inspired him with fresh courage to battle
with the obstacles of life. Years rolled
arouiufcjj^rovidenco led him on, and he
rtfachetf^Ho" legal pepfession ; bis bost?liad
died ; the coemorants tbat prey on tbo substance
of man bad formed a conspiracy to
get from the widow ber estates. Sbo 6ent
for tbe nearest ctrtffisel to commit ber
cause to bim, and tbat counsel proved to
be tbe orphan boy years bofqre welcomed
and entertained by ber deceased husband.
Tbe stimulus of a warm and tenacious gratitude
was now nrldarl in lUa ?
connected with the profession. He ^undertook
biB cause with a will not easily' to
be re^iet^;,,he gained it^ the widow'#"'estates
wefe"fe'eeured to "her in perpetuity;
and Mr. Stephens added, with an emphasis
nr nrdrtllAn * ' "
-^v.i.uuuii nmt isent an eiwitric thrul
throughout the Btouso, "tbft boy stands be
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A Railroad - Epitaph.?Our reader*
ere nware tbat inmost railroad adcMent$
? nMgF Ufa * v 7
'n^ripM^cpoaitt^tno oonea . .
(tbe nosh beinjgfcorn oft)
of an u#ko6wo roan, ^
who, being dj&nf, blind, aDd lama, ^
neglected to obey tbe customary sigSna,
and was run nnr M ?
v.ya.MO U |/UUWUW4VUV'
P for his coptunaaqy*- jmJ.
The cnginesr promptly lopped the engrae
after it had, out t&Jr^bod^iottwo,
. and, with rweiV exemplary buaUniU.
^mveyed ifep rfitaama to an adjacent Wood
W*&? all means of r^scHali^JiwMrUd
' ***** voLs***-' V
* :lr * uJtr' "-'^
if. Put f^p money mto a box u yo* nw
but D9i^ diet-box.
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Purity of Character.? Over tho beauty
of the plum and apricot thete^'grows a
bloom and beauty moro exquisito than tho
fruif itself; a soft, ddicato flush that over
sp.eads ite blushing cheek. Now, if you
strike your hand over that, it is gone forBver,
for it ney<&r grows but once. The
[lower that bangs in tho morning, impeariod
with dew, arrayed as no queenly
woman ever was arrayed in jewels, once
shake it till their heads roll off, and you
inay sprinkle water over it as you please,
yet it can never bo made again what it was
when iho dew fell silently upon it from
Ileaven ! On a frosty morning you may
see tho panes of glass covered with land
scapes, mountains, lakes, and trees, uleucing
in a beautiful, fantastic picture. Now
lay your hand upon the glass, and by
.lie 6crntch of your finger, or by ibo
warmth of your palm, nil the, 'delicate
raeery will bo obliterated. So there is
n youth a beauty and purity of cliaricter,
which when once touched and dolled
can never be restored, a fringe more
lelicato than frost work, and which, when
.orn and broken, will never bo re embroilered.
A mail who lias spotted and
oiled his garments in youth, though ho
nay 6eek to make them white again, can
lever wholly do it, even were he to wash
hem with his tears. When a young man
eaves his father's house with the blessing
>f his mother's tears wet upon his forehead,
f he once loses that purity of character,
t is a loss that he can never make whole
gain. Such is the consequence of crime.
Its effects cannot be eradicated, it can only
'IIow do you get that lovely perfume V
asked ono young lady of another. 'It's
?ceut to rae," replied the oth'.-r.
A pleasant and cheerful mind sometimes
upon an old and worn-out body, like mistleto
upon a dead tree.
What is it that every man can divide,
jut no one can see where it has been divi- ,
Jed ? ? Water.
A modern tourist calls the Niagara River
the pride of rivers.' That pride certainly
hae a tremendous fall.
A compound remedy in which we have labored
Lo produce the most effectual alterative that
can tie made. It is a concentrated extract of
I'ure Sarspparilln, so combined with other
substances of still greater alterntive power ns
lo atlordaii effective antidote for tlic diseases
Sarsaparllla is reputed to cure. Ii is believed
lliat giieh a remedy is wanted by those who
Buffer from Strumous coinpluints, and tliat one
which will accomplish their cure must prove
of immense service to this large class of our
adlicted fellow-citizens, llow completely this
compound will do it has been proven by experiment
on many of the worst cases to be
found of the following complaints.?
scrofula and scrofulous complaints, eruptions
and Eruptive Diseases, Ulcers, Pimples,
Blotches, Tumors, Salt HIieum, Scai.d Head,
Sytiiilis and Syphilitic Affections, Mercurial
Disease, Dropsy, Neuralgia or Tic Douloureux
Deuiijty, Dyspepsia and Indigession. Erysipelas,
Uose or St. Anthony's Fip.e, and indeed
-I... -r *
>.? ?> ?><> unoj ui i:uiii|>iuiuis arising no in
Impi'uity of the Blood.
This compound will be found ft great promoter
of iiealth, when taken in the spring, to expel
the foul "Humors which fester in the blond
at that senson of the j'ear. By the timely expulsion
of them many rankling disorders are
nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by the
aid of this remedy, spare themselves from the
endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous'Bores,
through which the sj'stem will strive to rid itself
of corruptions, if not assisted to do this
through the natural channels of the body by
an alternative medicine. Cleanse out the vitiated
blood whenever you find its impurities
uur&ung suroutjn uie euni in pimples^eruptions
or sorea; Acleunse it when you fiud it is obstructed
add slugtfisb in Lhe Veipo; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
vou when. Even where novparticular disorder
jj felt, people enjojfebelt'er^tieallh', nnd live
longer, for cleansing" the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well : but with this
imbulum of life disordered, there can be 110
lastiiig;liealth: Koouer or later something must
go wrong, and the great machinery of lifo is
disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the reputation,
of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drl|g
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed fur
it. .but nflftre because many preparations pretend
iog to bg&bncenlratvd extracts of it. contains
but little?of the virtue of Sarsoparilla or aav
During late years the public have been misled
by largo bottles pretending to give a quart
ofExtract ofSarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the rick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsaparilla
but often no curative properties whatever.
Ileuce bi^ty and painful disappointment has
followed foe use of the vuiioub extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
VininA itafllf ta inollt? /lnanloAil 1. ? ? ?
MU.W lOjunvy Yvo^aouU^"IIU ,,UO UCCOUIL*
synonymous with impObUiotjgjgffd client. Still
wo call this compound Safwparilla, and intend
to supply euch a remedy as all rescind
the name from the loft(T?f obloquy which rests
upon it. And- we think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which-are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intentended
to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system the remedy
should be judiciously taken according to directions
on the bottle.
Prepared by DR. J. C. AYER A CO<f
Lowell, Mdss. Price, $1 per Bottle; Six Bobtie*
* Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
lias won for itself such a rer.own>for tlje. cure
of every variety of Throat and Lone-.Complaint
that it is entirely unrieeeasai^pb tortus to
recount the evidence of its virtoea,^rf>erever
natj geen empioyea. At it Du long oeea in
Ktctpot use throughout tin* section we need
apt,da more than assure the people its qu^ity
jb b(jMop to the best it ever Das been, and that
it may be relied on to do for their relief all it
ha* ever been found to do.
Avefn Cathartic Pillfl, .
| ForTWe Coaa o* Cottivenfife Jarindiee Wt/s
peptta, Jryuaction, jwunt*ryf foul stomach,
BrytipelaJ, fyeadaehie?Jimtffihewnatirni, Eruptiont
and Efchi JHutulff 1AM' Complaint,
Dropty/TdUr, IWmofiaud Bait Rheum, Worm?
Gout, Neuralgia, at adinnsr Pill, and/or Puzfc
ft/ina the Blood. > ^ +
4 Ttiey ?te Mgw-4b?t?6(' mo thatth'^most
sensitive can take tbeat-* pltM^atly. and they
ar* tba best aperient jn tb? worldTor all the
burDOscs of'a WtnrlV tibvaie. Prifte. 25 eeata
P?r boxFive Boxe? fo^l.OO.
Great n amber* ofSWrfr^ymefl,' "Pfi*fioian|L
'SUteauaD, and tfninent peraoo?*A. "!?* .
th^if aamee to^Srttfjr the unptrAllig# tftW;'
??* of thes?^m?aie8, bat onr Bpaw^Wc wi|l
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K Under the At
Wholesale and K
^10) KT /T ?2P ~ tbM
(St't&X, mi m*
DYE WOODS AN]
A * 1 * i 1 i
uii, minis- ana rainu
PERFUMERY, FINE SOAPS, FINI
SURGICAL AND \M
Trusses and Suppc
Spices, Sirufls, .HVEan
ALL THE PATENT OR PR0PR1E"
Sujierior Inks, Pure li'iiies and
z? w e niHKc c jr purchases lor ( am, niui n
ed from any tjimiltr establishment in thi? seeli<u
Orders from the Country promptly filled
to price mid quality.
Under the Ai
OLTLD respectfully call the attention of t
T bpring ami bummer, btajilc nnd rancy
Whicli fur vnriety anil cheapness cnnnol be en
is conducted under the Cash nnd One l'riee Syst
North, whose only business it is to buy the lntes
be perceived tiiaL we can offer particular induce
would only name:
HO Spring Extension Skirt*, Real Steel, at $1.50.
20 Spring Extension Skirts, Ileal.Sled,
Colord Silk*, latest Styles, at 75 cts. worth
Colored Silks, best quality, nt $100 :. )d
20, worth $150 and $175.
Colored Silk Kobue, tliree Volants, $15 worth
Colored Uerage Robes $C, worth $](T.
I'lain and Colored.Beragos, 25c worth 37 l-2e.
Organdies. beautiful designs, 25c worth 50 ets.
Good Fust Colored Lawns, 12 12 worth 18 34c.
Colored Brilliants', 12 1 -2c worth 18 3*4c.
Of the latest fashions, and in nil the different n
We warrant to be at. least 25 per cent. Cheaper
at %1.60, $2.00, $3.00 and up. Lace Points ut!
DOMESTICS, NEGRO AjS:
Sold at Factory Prices. Give us a call when yoi
the truth of our slatcmsutKi
THE NEWLY ESTAE
Would respectfully inform their friends and tl
t MTP.V mott Ita fniiml nf. Kn 140
JL Pheonijf) where they have on hand and or
in the country,
tmr It wolfld be to,the advantage of those ?
we are oneriog our/goous a>
The has ever been sold in thjs market. Giro
March, 3, 1880, 46-li*] !'
Headquarters for Good O^rri^ges of e
W'fir > ? C?
etuil Denier in
3 DYE STUFFS,
h.tiir. i -
;is ivniLJi'S, V ttllllSilCS,
I AND PUTTY,
! HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES,
>riers 01 all Kinds,
rARY MEDICINES OF THB DAY,
JJ randies for Medicinal Purposes,
fier pon<l3 i'qiinllj' ns 'ow n? they enn V>e ol>nin
i. Wnrrautnl to be Pratt, Pure1 and Gnmiue
and eitlUfciulion gtiarHiiloed with regard botli
[Dec. 9, 185<J, 32
iattm & rn
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he pe oplc of Abbeville to their Large Stock of
rpnsscl by nny Southern House. Onr ftnsir.eas
em, and one of our firm is ft constant resident
t goods, as tliey appear in market, it in easy to
meats. Out of the many cheap articles, we
RoV&fl.SO worth |:3 00.
I.aocna Clotb fur Travelling Dresses, 12 1-2 e.
Shawls from 75 ctA. up.
Towels at 75 ots. pr. I)oz.
I'lfntaloon Stuffs from 15 cts. up.
Calicoes, 6 and 10 ets. up.
Embroadercd Collars, 25 cts worth 50 cts.
Embroidered Setts, (Collars and Sleeves) $1.00
worth $2 00.
Bands, 25 cts., worth 50 cts.
Silks M ttft., 25 ct. worth 50 cts.
And many other articles too tedious to mention
latenals, manufactured by ourselves in this city
Minn can lie found anywhere else. Alantillas
?3.50, $4.00, $5.00 Bnd up.
D PLANTATION GOODS
l visit our City, and we will convince you of
IVUFFER. BAUM & CO..
ler the Augusta Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
ILISHED HOUSE OF
PANS & CO.,
lie public generally, to an inspection of their
9TEET, City ITot?l Building, (late Eagle A
e daily receiving from the best manufactories
;n lino ?. . a.
lNSOM EVANS & CO.
very Description at Charleston Prices.
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PLANTERS Recking Manures, will recoHeat
RHODES' SUPER PHOSPHATE is
the only Manure the lato eminent analytical
Chemist, Professor Bicjkel), ofMurylund, prououaccd
and which has been confirmed by every soction
into which this Manure has been introduced.
This Manure is sold under n legal guarantee of
Purity and Freedom
FROM ALL ADULTERATION!
from the eminent manufacturing chemists,
Messrs. Potts ?fc Klett, under whose personal
supervision RHODES' SUPERPHOSPHATE is
manufactured. This Manure has been used in
South Carolina for several years past, with
great succor-sin the culture of Cotton and Corn,
and is now thoroughly established farthest important
staples. l)o not let the present season
|llir.i tviwiilUk tnu uxpiM'HIIPIIl.
Keutl the annexed lot tern from gentleman who
liuvc tried it the past season.
J. A, ANSLEY & CO.,
NO. 300 BROAD ST.,"
ATHENS, OA.. Nov. 22. 1859.
jjritr !>ir: illiodes'Super-Phosphate hnsheen
applied l>y nic tliis year,on a urn nil scale, to both
Corn mill Cotton. The result oxceedt-p my expectation,
although the experiment.*, for many
reasons, were not, and could not he conducted
with due caution ; yet 1 am entirely, satisfied,
that, the growth of weed, in both instances, the
fruit in corn, and the number of bolls of cotton,
were fully double the yield in the portions unmanured,
and this when only a table-spoonful
of the Super I'hosplmtc was applied as a topdressing
to each hill of corn, and a tca-s|>ooufnl
to each Ntalk of cotton?and the Inst as late in
the season as the 18tl? of July. Some of the
weed grew to nine feet high, with six feet
branches, covered with bolls, while the un manured
was not half so good. It is my intention
next year, to test it more fully.
Your most ob't serv't,
(Signed) 3ft. C. M. HAMMOND.
UNION rOIXT, (G. It. It.) Nov. 28, 1859.
Messrs. J. A. Anslky ?fc Co.:
(I'tnln.?1 bought n ton of Rhodes' Superphosphate
in Baltimore, la3t. Sprintr. Mr. H. D.
Leitner, of l5erzeliu,to test its value as a min
ure. I put about 125 llta. on an acre of cotton,
in (.lift drill, on land that would not uiakn over
75 to 100 lbs. of seed cotton per r.crc, without
Manure. The result is entirely* satisfactory.
I have made at least from 450 to 500 lb*, to the
acre on this very poor land. I expect to purchase
from 5 to 8 tons for 1113- Spring crop. My
Overseer wishes me to put his name to this ulao.
Yours, in great haste,
(Signed) P. W. I'RINTUP,
De. 24. 1859 34 tf.
No. 83 Second Street, )
Baltimore January 28, 18S9. J
REPORT OF ANALYSIS
ROBIXSOX'S SIMU LATED GLAXO
FRANCIS Hw BIN SON, ESQ.,
ASAJ1PI.K of the above which was taken at
your Mill.i. was found, upon aualyaie, to
be capable of producing of
Ammonia, - 8.31 per cent.
And to I'oiitnii) of
Bone Phosphate of Lime 45.82 " M
ITIik above proportion of Amnionin ondlJone
Phosphate of Lime is known to he most proper
f.... ???.i .1 ? 1
reasoning and tlie results of numerous practical
experiments liavo approved of it. Ad implication
of 2f?i) lbs. of this art icl? articlo per Here,
will supply more of Bone Phosphate of Lime
than is required by any crop?thus leaving n
considerable surplus of this valuable nutriment
incorporated with the suil after cropping, and
will furnish a sufficient quantity of niniunLiia to
to act as a nutriment nnd stimulant,
< CI1AS. 151CKELL, Ph..D.
^ s/ FOR
FRAN JES HGBINSGN.
rI~MlE sample analyzed wn3 taken liy n^'self
J. from tho bags is the mill whero the gunDO
it contained of
Ammonia, v" - 8.24 per cent.
Phosphoric Acid, - - 21.98 " "
Pnno PVinnnVia+e of Timo A.1 RQ ' "
It is therefore nn excellent manipulated guaud,
containing enogh nmmonia to produce a
rapid nnd Vigoroui growth, and fnflicient
rjtmntity of phosphates to prevent exhaustion
of tlic soil *
A. SNOWDEN PIGGOT, ITI. D.
Analytical and Consulting CliemitU
FOB SALE BY
J. A. ANSLEY & CO,,
NO. 200. BROAD ST.
' "AtfiUSTA GA.
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HEW IHTtirrioil OP : ?
SPRINGS, WIRE O^ilETALPLWES,
CAN ONLY BE jg[*D OK THF. l.NVBVi0R6,
s R ^rm?sivrnNn & nn..
Ml VI M*WMW*?vaiv ww ww if
Rich xrdton Street,
COLUMBIA,. S. C.
HAVING stood the teat over
fivo year" with the ?atisM-U.f
yY faction taall wearers (as is evidenced
by testimooinls from patient*, and first
Chemists and medical men of the day,) it en*
tiwilv surDasaed the ordinary methods. / All
sharp edge#-, are avoided there is "OJMftd pf
extrautinsf'any teeth or rooU), and
fourths lighter fbaiv^y others;
taste of any kind tine)' eannot be eflflC'Rd by
any' acid. Dr; 8. naa also i white, enamel
cement* tha. 6nly stopping for front teeth,
jrbiob retain* ite natoral color; The most sensitive
teeWca'n bs filled'without pain. Dr. SI
offera the following references:
Dr. Doremns, Professo^i Chemiatry, Dr.
Valetfline, Mott., Dr. Pratty Dr. Siraa, Dr. Gray
Dr. Horo-with, Dr/Q'cwM), Dr. Lord, Dr. West,
Hon A Manp, Jr. Ckpl .'Crabtrea, V P of th4
nV^rv n *n?_i_ J
vuiig*w?u?i ovuivaunvpn/. joeiirj", . MU., una
many others of Ne^Yodfc Hon T.M. Wuae
#dg? of t^e Snifrfftie >.Gfe|jyrt, Dr. SepWK ol
Savannah. G?s-Dy. Mi^r. Hidh^fV., ol
Afamhiey Mfi. Gen H^KpFohr. Dur' G^irlww,'8('C(x
Dfc 9. will inMty'whaU u riper wfa
ttajn Xm ftyhriL Pirlitf mU, tour Uti
I. M. SINGER & CO.'S
A CANDID FACT,
rm x jt ? ?
jLimx mis is tne very
FOR ALL KINDS OF
"We have also added to our Slock
Wliioli is unsurpassed in Variety of Work, Darubilily
IT IS THE
BEST FAMILY MACHINE
We invite all to call and examine our Machines
before purchasing any oilier kind.
An assortment of
Silk, Thread, Needles, Machine
ALWAYS ON IIAND
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BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
And No. 182? Bioad Street, (opposite th*
Adams' Express Office, Augusta, Ga.
IV. COIILiY, Agent, Augusta.
E. J. TAYLOR, Agent, Abbeville, S. C.
Aprii 27, I860, 62, tf
An Iu fallible Cute for Gonorhaa
.11 III- ~1 *<? ?
I Him mi viacnncs ui mc urinary urguiis.
spills Kennedy cure9 when nil otli^r preparoJL
tionefnil. It is entirely u>.like every oilier'
compound, containing no mineral poison or itauaeon*
Dmtf, rts it i? prepared eolely from lioolt.
Barks anil Lcavtt. mid 1ms been linn.led down
from one generation 10 another by- iht* Cheroker
Indian*. Jt is offered lothe public on itsownin,
trinsic merits. It performs its duty qniekly and
thoroughly. The imfortunate of either sex will
be repaid by using this/?e??dY/instend of placing
themselves at the mercy ofsomc Quack or Professor.
This Jiemcdy strikes at the very Jtoot oF
the disease; its tendency is not pimply to suspend
tlis poison, but lo remove the cause on which ifc
depends.?Full direction* in pamphlet form accompany
each botllc.?The speedy and permanent
relief afforded by this Remedy, in n)l eftaes
of Gonorhna, Gleet, Gravel, Stricture, Fluor AT
bvs, ( Whites in Fcnialet,) nnd all DistJfcses of the
Urinary Organs, has astonished the most scientific
men of tlio ago. This remedy not only eradicates
all poison from the system but invigorate*
the most delicate constitution. It does notaffect
the breath or interfere with any elans of
business, or require any deviation from the usual
diet. tSP requires no assistance from other
medicine. iAj?d what eohanees its value is
tho entire nbsfefice of all nauseous taste, being a
pleasant and d^lioious syrup.
Price $2 per Bottle, or Three Bottles for $5.
POTTER A MERVIN; Sole Proprietors,
St. Louis, Mo.
Bold in Abbeville by D. McLauchlin, and all
responsible dealers in medicines. Van Schaak
<b Grieraoo, Charleston. Wholesale Agents.
CAPS AND STJlA# GOODS, for the/Spring
nnd Summer Tr^f.
I on hand
and -will continue
M to recafvaftUof the .
latest 'fashions as
Sfij thry are in trod uE3
v Ced, direct from tho
3fl-1 beet manufactories.
>9 Also, * Country
i Wo<d . Hat*,
"with bodies mad*
* exprewiy for plantation
dm. Also, constantly on nand John
Wool* *~Haat quality of Pur Hata, manufactured
r WUe.S'C. Terras .
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