I DO NOT WISH FOR WEdLTA.
-11 J. 3. -nIBBARD.
I do not wish for worldly wealth,
Or seek-to gain golden store;
The miser's heart is charred in stealth,
-And wither'd to its inmost core.
No I while ive strength, and cheer, and health,
I'll be content, though mean and poor,
Nor strife by cunning craft or stealth,
To heap up riches more and more.
Though not attired in colors bright,
Or, smartly dressed in silken shoon,
I covet-iot the Battering light
Of those that would forget me soon:
For hcan toil from morn to night,
Nor heed the sultry heat of noon;
And though I cannot have my right,
ily heart shall sing a cheerful tune.
It matters not to me that man
Still greedy strive for gain and gold,
They'll find 'twas labor all in vain,
When time has made them weak and old;
Their hollow friends surround them when
The grave yawns deep, and dark, and cold:
What peace for iearts, when rack'd with pain,
'If unto mammon pledged and sold ?
They heeded not the widow's tear,
They never cared for orphan's cry,
Nor helping hand stretched far or near-,
To stay the sufferer's bursting sigh:
Then, who for them shall have a care?
Who cares for hearts all black and dry ?
They live in gloom, and doubt, and fear,
Andall alone, sink down.and die.
I'll live for worth, and strive to show
An honest heart to all around:
I'll shun the spot where tempters go,
And pleasure's lurking marts around.
In warmth of heart and cordial glow,
With truthful men, wherever found;
MIy life with sparkling cheer shall flow,
Although I've neither gold nor ground.
WHAT IS WOMAN.
What is woman? Man's sweet angel!
Gentle, tender, calm end kind
Ever loving, ever faithful,
Is her soft and and soothing mind ;
- A beauteous flower, born to blossom,
Giving gladness to the eye;
Half-designed for man's fond bosom,
Hair a creature of the sky!
What is woman ? Ask her sorrow,
Know how deeply she can feel,
But when hope her heart would borrow,
Mark what joy she can reveil;
O'er her check each pure emotion
Of her soul is seen to fly,
As the clouds withchaste devotion
Fleet o'er Luna's face on high.
What-is woman? All forbearing,
* atenprudent,,epgnig gay .
Tltoggh sad&inwjsrd thoughts are wearing,
Thus sohpuaowea's sweet blossom,
Hald raa~sfn bosom,
'Halfaereature.of thesky! -, -
Here is a before-and-after-marriage
anecdote that wve commend to the atten
tion of all those wvho are dissatisfied with
their lives of "single blessedness."
"Dearest Ellen, do you love me 1"
asked Dr. Beeswax of the pretty little
Miss Willow, a few wveeks before mar
"Aye, better than lire, better than
home-you are my very soul; parted
from you I should wither and -decay,
like the flowers in autumn."
Said the.doctor in reply, "I swear you
are to me an angel; none so peerless as
you. May my tongue cleave to tae roof
of my mouth, if it ever crossly speaks to
After the doctor had been married six
months the following confab might have
been heard between him and Mrs. Bees
"Ellen, why dont you get upi You
are decidedly the laziest woman I ever
saw. There's not starch enough in my
dickey, and it's no use talking to you.
I don't believe you'd wash your face, if it
-wasn't for shame's sake."
"~'There you go again, you cruel
brute ; always flying at me. I lead the
:life of a dog, and will go home to~ moth.
" Go and good riddance to rubbish."
."Don't talk so to -me, sir; I won',
stand it, take that !" and Mrs. Beeswax,
jumped ont of bed, caught up a cricket
to throw at the gentleman's head. The
doctor-ran down stairs at a 2:40 pace.
THE YANEE AND THE DANDY.
Somne months since, at dinner, on beard
of one of the Western Steamers, a live
yankee and a dandy sat directly opposite
each other at the table. After the Cap.
tain said grace, the dandy threw himself
back on his dignity, and called out in a
pompons tone to the wvaiter:
"You dam'd waitaw, bring me the
supportahi of a young female hen, a fresh
laid begg; and sub the bottom of me
plate with' a -specimen of fruit vulgarly
called an onion, which will give to me
dinnah a delicious flavor."
The yanked quietly drewv himself back
in imitation of his opposite neighbor, and,
in a nasal tone called out
"Yeou darned, all-fired, dod-blasted,
dodrabited, .pesky lookin little tarnel
black nigger! fetch me a peck ov corn, a
bundle ov fodder, and rub me down with
a brickbat, while I feed."
Men ceased to think of masticating,
whle anr uproarious yell arose which fair
ly shook the cabin, during which the
dandy. waaisen streaking out of the
door with agngdrin each ear,
TuE last way of vending liquor in
Maine, is by saturating a sponge with tho'
forbidden "drink, and -charging sixponco
A worthy deacon, In the good town of
F= In the neighborhood of this city,
-was remarkable for the facility with which
he quoted scripture on all occasions. The
divine word was ever at his tongue's-end,
and all the trivial as well as imiortant
occurrences of life furnished occasion for
quoting the language of the Bible. What
is better, however, the exemplary man
always made his quotations the standard
of action. One hot day he was engaged
in mowing, with his hired man, who was
leading otr, the deacon following in the
swarib, conning his apt quotations, when
the man suddenly sprang from the swarth
just in time to escape a wasp's nest. .
"What is the matter?" hurriedly in
quired the deacon.
" Wasps!" was the laconic reply.
"Pooh!" said the deacon, " the wicked
flee when no man pursueth but the
righteous are as bold as a lion." And
taking the workman's swarth, he moved
but a step, when a swarm of the brisk
insects settled about his ears, and he was
forced to retreat with many a painful sting
and in great disconfiture.
"Ah!" shouted the other, with a
chuckle, " the prudent man fdreseeth the
evil and hideth himself, but the simple
pass on and are punished !"
The good deacon had found his eqnal
in making application of the sacred
writing; and thereafter was not known
to quote scripture in the mowing field.
A GENTLE HIN.-A middle aged
farmer and his young wife were enjoying
a winter evening cosily together when the
conversation turned upon religious mat.
ters, as described by the Bible 0which the
man had open before him.
" Wife," said the farmer, "1 have been
thinking what happy society Solomon
must have had in his day, with so many
wives &c., as is here represented."
"Indeed !" replied the wife somewhat
miffed "you had better think of some
thing else then. A pretty Solomon you
would make, truly; you can't take proper
care of one wife. What a figure you
would cut then, with a dozen wives, and
all of them as spunky as I anm."
The farmer took his hat and went to
the stable to feed the cattle for the night.
Cita-Ex.uxnAToX.-A witness ex
amined in one of the courts in Illinois,
upon trial concerning a horse trade, was
asked, by the Council for the defendant
how the plaintiff generally rode I Wit
ness-he generally rides a-straddle, sir.
Council-How does he ride in company?
Witness-If he has a good horse he al
ways keeps up. Counsel-How does he
ride when he is alonet- Witness-Real
ly, sir. I cannot say, for I never was in
company with him when he rode by him.
self. Counsel-You may - stand aside,
A SEAROJIne. Oszaixrro. I~illy,
my ciear whee have you been at this
time oF the night, to geti jouir ashirt -turn
ed wrong side aforel" " Well, I have
been to an auction, where a man lost his
pocket book; and the shut the dNors
anid searched us all from head to foot;
that how I got my shirt tur-ned ;-glad to
clear out any how-staid twvo hours, -and
they hadn't half stript when I left 'em."
No TrxE TO SwvAP.-The man who
was crossing the river, and whmo w~as
thrown from the boat wvith a large horse
and a small pony, w~as emphatically
"quick-wvitted." He seized upon the
pony's tail, (that being the nearest to
him,) for he couldn't swim a yard. Some
one on shore cried out-" Catch hold of
the tail of the big horse !"
"No, no !" he answered, "this isn't
exactly the time to swap horses."
WHERE is happiness always to be
foundi D'ye give it upi In a dic
As India rubber omnibus is about being
invented, which, when jam full, w~ill hold
a couple more.
W rucan smell a rat the quickest
the man who knows the most, or the man
who has the most nosei
THE hardest thing in this world is an
unruly tongue. It beats a hot smoothing
iron, and a kicking horse considerably.
THIAT very desirable, pleasant
..,~ and healt.hy place knowvn as the
S " Cross Roads," 24 miles from
-Edgefield C. U., on tho Columbia
Road, containing from five to eight hundred
The Plantation is in good repair with a never
ailing well of water, and all necessary out
buildings. Together with a commodious Dwell
ing House, nearly completed--two Stories high,
60 feet long, 42 feet wide, eight rooms and seven
th7 For further particulars apply to the Sub
scriber at the Spann Hotel, Edlgefield C. IT.
JOHN I ET.
Feb 20 - f ' 6
HE - Fire.
T HE Subscribers return their thanks to
..their frieuids and customers for former
favors, and solicit a continumnce of the same, at
the late stand of John Lyon, where they have
removed that portion of their Stock- saved from
the late fire, wvhich they will sell low.
The loss sustained by the fire renders it neees
sary for them to call on those who are indebted
to them to mako payment at the earliest possible
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE.
Jan 21,1852 t f 1
J ST~ reevda large supply of superior
SHAING SOAP. This Compound yields
a lather, whIch is heavier and' more permanent
than can be produced by any,other Soap-sup
porting and sustaining the beard without irrita
ting the skin. It is warranted to please in all
cases, or the money will be refunded. Call and
geta supply and nmake a trial, and you will be
convinced. For sale by
G. L. PENN, AGolrr.
Miarch 11 .. .if 8
J UST Received a large supply of FISHING
T ACKLE, forbal by N AET
SMarch 18 tf o
WHOLEALE & RE'
READY MADE CLOTHING, T
UNDER THE U. S. HC
T M. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving I
aie of Ready Made Clothing ever offered in
and most improved styles of manufaetui e.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS,. YOUT)
GRP Country Merchants, and all persons vi
call and examine our Stock for themselves
T HE Subscribers are now receiving direct f
the LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMI
COMBS, BUTTONS, PINS, N]
Together with a large an elegant Stock o
SUSPENDERS, PURSES, BEAE
Gold and Silver Pencils ani
Of every style and pattern, together wyith a fu
School and MiscellaneousI
: ir Owing to the great scarcity of mon
ermined to sell Goods this season lower than
- Merchants fromt the country wvill pl
Augusta, Ga.. Nov. 26, 6m
Ior Tax Collector
L. A. BROOKS,
F. W. BURT.
hIENRY H. HILL.
ELIJAH T. RAUCII.
BARIY %1 . LAXIAR,
WILLIAM-L PA RKS. __
- Wor :Sherif.
R. S. -KEY.
FELIX E. BODIE,
VIRGIL M7. WHITE,
WV. F. DURISOE,,
S. S. T O MP KI NS,
ATTORN~EY AT LAW.
11 OFFICE immeidiately in rear of the Court
Jan 22 tf I
G. WV. L A ND RUI,
WILLP Prctiee in tha Courts of L AW and
EQUITY for Edgetid- and Lexington
Office in Law Range, Edgefield C. H.
Jan 10, ___ tf 52
W ILL be found at all times in his Office, -at
Edgefield Court House, ncar the PL~AN
He will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov .14tf 51
WilM. M. h IL L, il. D.,
('FFERS his prolfebsional services to the citi
zens of our Village and District. Ilaving
graduated at the Un~iversity of Newv York, with
high honor, where he availed himself for the last
two years, of t):e advantages to be derived from
the Eye and Ear Infirmary, various Hospitals,
&., &c., offers his services to his fellow-citizens
with the hope that -he witl prove worthy of a
share of their patronage.
11 Roomz at the Srass Ho-rE, No. 7.
Oct 2, tf _ 37
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PARKER.
Address Edgefleld C. HI., or Sleepy Creek,
p. O., S. C.
March 11 ly 8
.J3A MES ii. D AY,
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Permanently located at Edlgcfield C
HI., offers Ihis professional services
to the citizens of the Village and
t vicinity ;and will attend .to any call he may
have either in the Village or Country.
All operations warranted.
Marh 13,18501. tf 8.
OTICE is hereby given to. the Distributees
-of Pleasant Morris, dee'd., and especially
to Pleasant, Hendrick, John, Joshua,..Joseph
and Doetrine Morris, who live beyond the limits
of the State, That a final settlement on said es
tate will be made in my office on Monday 7th of
Juno next. Given 'under mny hand at my office,
this the 3d March, 1852.
All those having demaands-against the said
estate will present themnby the above time.
H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E.. D.
Ordinary's Officee, 3d Mar 3m -7
LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Mil
ton Perkins, dee'd., are requested to make
namediate payment, and alt thoso having an~y
and. against said estate will present them
FELIX RODGERS, Ex'or.
Jan y 51
100 Cords Tan Barsk
W ANTED, for which $5,00 per Cord wzl
be paid, delivered at the Tan Yard.
RUNKB GB C.
TEL AUGU3TA n
he LARGE~ MT ASSORTMENT
this city. 'ThiitoeL90ssists0'Of the latest
IS' AND OmpIM S. CLOTHING
siting our-eity,.afe respeailly solicited to
d Ii or 36
om Manufactrer, b North and South I
~EDLES, idZ 50CISSORS
IMBLES& c *
S, WALLETIO TiIKONIE S
I Pens, spectac.
3 AND Rs
11 and cheap t
Books, Pk &., &c.
-y in the countrWyt h riliis are deter
imy House inflirie~ rlAugusta.
%e call and exmine mslve.
DU EYA LAKELY.
Edgefielar " cademy.
A TIACh1ERis'-#aiuItdA take charge of
the felMifcedeniy The appli
cant must bed TEASH-0by PROFESSION:
one who has exper ju i wbusiness, and am
ply qualified fdt. PraP Rn1P ng men for the
South Cir61in F W, man of suitable
qualifieatis tpiil nimanyinduicements.
Address tbe!Tru esv--..
_ SG OMB.
Nov 2S -
NEW BO 9M0 FACTORY !
Wy hrEny blelaiBOOTB- BHO1E8
- f"alescriptlePnade of the.
ly the BEST W.OMEIl/N1..
A large:Stock of 3.Jnte61 nni Pantation Bro
gans of'the-besequalityPJ.lanters are invited to
Upper,~l . ~rnadBelt ILeather upon
good termsfu cahr
SMr. J1. D.. Tmnar- the Foreman di this
Etab~limerit, illl-h all orders fIhr materials
and execute all ordersffor-work with despatch.
Jan 8 .if 5
A- Lof FRESU)H DN SEEDS,
A ine lot of holldow or Pot Ware, whiiuh will
be sold very 'low for-eas'h or punctual buyers.
*se .LOD llILL.
JanG *'' tf
Exect tas Notice. :
A jLL those in~ebi tlte estate of Willam
t-Garr'ett, 'de it reghested to mzotel
payment forth with, 3~ those having demands
against said estate wilirender them in pro'perly<
attested, abeordi ktblaw.
H~ iAMOND, i
Feb5 tf . 3
ALTa those indet. to the estate of Nathan
Norr,'d~ e'( tequested to make pay
ment forthwith, an~ tiiose having. demandsi
against said estate willease-present them im
mediately, gproferlyv teste d according to law.
N. A NORIS, Adiii. .
March 4-' :.- 6mGin .. 7
ALL persouiu indiId to tho Estnteof E. IL.
Norris, lec d., 11 please come forward
and make protfit cnt, and those having
deands againiit -ni estate, .aro -Tequested to
render thentin prope~ -ttested.
N, A.e ORRIS, Adam'r., a
JULIA: A. NORRIS, A dm'x. C
SMarch4 S m
anoti& h~ 'sWntd
one of thorn a 1l' ze okaenfn
emlyent ' ;t h usrbra
or iOy dfrrdacut to
i reurehoe makes P
pay iit, ge Wmant crent d
of U ~ -t raesartce of ChArle
Apmands to present12
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
lholesale & Retail Druggist, -
1AK ES tbis method of returning his thanks
. to his friends and patrons, for the patron
e has received in the sale of Drugs, Medi- S
lie is now receiving an addition to his already
tensive Stoek of -
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
ye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass; -Putty
Physician's Shop 'urniture, &c.
'HE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes, -
Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
Of his own and Northern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c. a
nut, Hair, Hat, Shoe and Tanners Brushes. r
'inctures k Medicinal Compounds, f
made under his own supervision in strict t
accordaree with the U. S. Disp'ry. e
'he most Reputable Nostruuns,
All of which he will sell at prices that will
ympare favorably with any Southern market.
Those wishing to purchase articles in his line
ill do well to call and examine his Stock andt
Edgefleld C. IT.. .Tan 22 tf I
Messrs. Bushnell & Witt,
r AKE this method of infirming.their friends
and the public that their Machine Shop is
ow in complete operation.
They hre prepared for building
?annel Doors and Windows, Sash,
Blinds, Door Frames,
Lnd all other articles in the Joiner's Business.
-A L F 0
Bedsteads, Tables, Wash-Stands, kc
cept constantly on hnnd for sale.
nade or repaired to order.
Sash will be furnished filled with ghses and
Those wishing work in our line, will pl-ase
enll and examine our Stock and prices before
buyifig elsewhere, and learn that as good work
.an be done at Edgefeld Court House, as can
Feb5 _f 3
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE
I WILL attend at the following places herein
after specified to collect the General and
istrict Tax for the year 1851.
At Dorn's, onThursday, 1st A pril.
Smyley's, John " Friday, 2A1
" Allen's, " Saturday, 3d "
" Edgetield C H " Monday, 5th "
" Roper't, " Tuesiay, 6th. "
" Hamburg, " Wed'day, 7th "
" Beach Island, " 'Thursday, 8th "
" Graniteville, " Friday, 9th "
" Ilntelier's, " Saturday, 10th
" Pine House, " Ma.nday, 12th "
Johnson's, " Tuesday, 13-h "
" Smyley's, Win ' Weh'day, 14th "
" Ridge, " Thursday, 15th "
Wil IIolston's, " Friday, 16th "
" Wise's, " Saturday, 17th "
" Rhinehart's, " Monday, 19th.. "
Mt Willing, " Tuesday, 20th
" Ilavird's, " Wed'day, 21st "
" Perry's, "t Thursday, 224
" Coleman's, " Friday, ,23d3 "
" Ricbardson's, " Satuarday, .24th"
" Niekerson's, " M~onday, 26th "
" Mousley.'s, " Wri'day,. 28th "
" Sheppard's, "~ Thmrsday, 29th "
"(Cheathami's, " Friday, 30th -"
" Scott's. " Saturday 24th "
"L Edgefld .C H. " Monday 1st May.
A fter whieh time my books will close.
. II. II. HlL L, T. C. E. D.
P. S.--Thte law requires the owners of Slaves
o pay the Taxe~s to the Tax Collector. If per
ions who hire sfav'es agree to pay taxes, they
ihould pay it to the owners.
Feb 26 t f 6
State of South Carolina,
Briton Miins and others,
vs. Dill for Par!':n
imcs R.-Garrett, fand Account.
William Garrett and othters J
I T appearing that the Defendants hames
B. Garrett, WVillir:m Gatrrett, Thoma:Ls 8.
Garrett, Abram Martin and his wife Uaroline
A. V. Mnartitn, William H. Garret t, Elizaheth
S. Burt, and B. C. Sparks and his wife Mary
Ann F. Sparks, reside without the litmits of'
his State, on motion of Mr. CARnOtL, Plain
ily's Solicitor: Ordered, that the said Dc
endants, demur, plead or answer to the
'aintin's bill of Complaint, within three
nonthis from the publication of this Order,
r theo said bill will be taken pro confesso
A. SINKINS, C. E. E. D.
SFeb 25 3m 6
4HOUSE AND LOTi containing about two
/aores, one and a Ihalf mie fromi Edlgeield
o thie Columbia Road. There are on1 the L~ot
Swell of good water and atlI necessary outbuild
ns for a small family.
hIle place will be sold for Cash or on time,
-the purchase motney bein~g amtply secured
id inmmediate jossession given.
It17 Apply at this Ofiee.
Feb 5 tf 3
land for Sale.
p HE Subscriber ofl'ers for side the lands-he
I longitng to the Estate of Joseph Moore,
Ono Tract containing about seventy-seven
cres, adjoining lands of James Rainsford, S.
Ihristie and oth era.
One other Tract containing five and a half
eres, adjoining lands of Dr. Ei. J. Ninis, Mrs.
a. T. Moore and others.
The.abnve Lands lies near the Village and a
ortion of it is wecll timbered and can be pur
hased at private sale on liberal terms.
E. PE1 N, Ex'or.
Feb 12 tf 4
3F ALL DESCRIPTIONS, may be had at
the Tannery for Casn.
Also Tanner's and Neat's Foot Oil; the latter
be best article for Harness.
Cash paid for Hides and good Oak Bark.
All orders addressed to Williams & Christie,
r to Mr. L. M. Munger at the Tan Yard, will
e promptly attended to.
R. T. MIMS.
Fb. 5 tf
ALT, persons indebted to the estate of Lewis
, Collints, deed., are requested to make im
ediate payment, and those having demands
gainst the same to present them propel'y at
sted. J. A. COLLINS, Adtm'r.
Oct. 30 ti- 41
ALL Persons Indebted to the estate of Oliver
-Tdwles'are-requested to make immediato
djtaithose having demands against the
unto will render them in properly attested.
R. M. SCURRY, Administrator.
aIVERWORT AND TER.*
SATE aid certain cure for Coughs, Colds,
Croup, Asthma, Consumption of theLuin'gs
)itting9f Blood, Bronchitis, 9opipg Cds
id altPulmonary Aff'eetions. -
Lovely Young Lady Cured of
Tia following isfrom the pen of Wa. II. LE
Iso-;, Esq., the distinguished editor of the U. '.
ilitary and Naval Argus, under -date of New
ork, January 26, 1851. What could be more
SIt -is seldom we permit oursolves to occnpy a
,ace in these columns to speak in praise of any
riele in the patent medicine way; but when we
e the life of a fellow creatne saved by the use
r any medicine whatever. we consider it as our
r ht, if not our duty, to give a simple statement
facts, that others may, in like manner, be bene
ned. The case which has induced us to pen this
rticle was that of a young lady of our acquain
mee, who by frequent exposure to the night air,
intracted a Cold which settled on the Lungs be
ire its ravages could be-stayed. ' (This occurred
wvo years ago this winter.) Varous remedies
rere used, but with very little effect or benefit.
'he Cough grew worse, .with copious expeetora
ion, and the sunken eye, and pale, holloW cheek,
Dld plainly that pulmonary disease was doing its
vort on, her delicate frame. The fam-ly"physi.
inn was consulted. and although he 'vonld not
dmit to the young lady-that she really. had the
onsumption,yet he would give no encouragement.
s to a care. At this -crisis hersmother was per.
unded 'to make une of a bottle of Dr. Rogers'
,ompound Syrup of Liverwort and Tar, and we
re happy to state she was perfectly cured in less
han three months by this medicine alone, after
ven hope was destroyed. It is useless to com
nent on such a case as this. for the simple truth
vill reach where polished fiction never can. If
my doubt the authenticity of this statement, Int
hem call at this Office.--U. S. Military and Na.
TESTIMONT Or THZ PRES8.
From the N-. Y. Conrier, Aug 13.
Da. RocEas' SYRUP or LtvEawoaT AND
I'a.-We have heard of several important cnres
recently effected by this excellent medicinal pre
paration. and in one instance that came under our
ibservation, we can speak confidently. One of
ur employees who had suffered severely from a
long standing culd, during the past week com
menced the use of this medicine, and his Cold has
From the N. Y. Mirror, Sept. 2..
LivTRawov AD TAR.-Of the virines of Dr.
Rogers' Cough Medicines prepared from the above
articles. It is needless now to speak; its efficacy
in speedily curing Coughs, Colds and other lIng
omplaints. which too freequently, if neglected,
result in Consumption, is too well established in
public confidence to need eulogy now.
From the N. Y. Despatch, Aug 25.
WE have heretofore taken occasion to give our
testimony in favor of the curative properties of
Dr. Rogers' Compound Syrup' of Livervort and
Tar. and would here repeat the advice already
given. for all persons who are afflicted with'Con
sumption, or any of the premonitory symptoms,
to make a trial of Dr. Rogers preparation.
-7' The Genuine is signed ANDRlawV Rooxas,
on the steel plate engraved wrapper around each
bottle, and is sold wholesale and retail by
SCOVIL & 31 EAD,
113 Chartres street. New Orleans,
Sole General Agents for the Southern States, to
whom-all orders must be addresed.
Sold, also by G. L. PENN, Edgefield C. 11;
WARDLAW~ & DENDY, Abbeville C. H.
PRATT & JAMES, Newberry, A. J. CREIGH
TON, Hamburg, So. Ca.
April 1 tf 11
rV HE Undersigned takes this opportunity or
I stating to the public, that he will have
another lot of his Machines readv.formsnarket,in
th.setiurse..f. a few day. Persons' 'aunting
these.lalachines taill'do well, to scnd' iu heiror
ders early so it'no ensure t~fieii .-i
lHe refersptthe .following Cerictes, of the
ny which he has received,. for addiional, tes
tiioy i..their fav or.
Hlamburg, Oct.), $ 37
Wvsora, (Penr.)'ganuary 22d1 1851.
Ma. Lawis,-Thc Patent Straw Cutter which
you invented, and are now offering to the publie,
is a most excellent article and' deserves public
favor. Two years smece I purchased one and
have had it in constant use-it has never been
out of repair in any respect, answveritig all the
purposes you recommiend it for. 1 moat cheer
fully commniend it to farre in all sections, and
could niot bo induced-to part with the one I have,
without the prospect of obtaining another, for
tive time~s it cost.
Rlespectfully, V. E. PIOLLET.
Avrn, (Ga.) Sept 16, 1851.
M.'T.ws-Dear Sir: Some time since[
tsed one' or ydur. Straw Cutters to.eut roots for
my preparation of Georgia $arsaparilla. Some
of the roots were very hard andl tough.-! am
hapy to say your Straw Cutter laos fair exceeded
my expectations. .The public i-edt niot fear of
its getting out of order by cutting straw'. or fod
~er, or by accidlentally getting hard substances
i it Yours, respectfully,
E DG EFID C. II., Sept. 10, 1851.
Ma. War. Lawr,-Sir: In your letter you
ask how I like the Straw Cutter I bought from
you. I say it excels any thing of the kind I
have ever seen, and I could not be indueced to
prt with it, without the prospect of getting
rncl.er, fcr any commion ecnsidecration.
-WM. P. BUTLER.
Enarnrte.n C. H., Sept. 18, 18--1.
Drsa Sra: I have been using one of your
Straw Cutters or some three or fcur miomtbs,
d am tiatisied tut its advantages over till
rothers, are such that it will recommend itself to
very observer. Its adaptedness to cutting all
kinds of grain, in any desirable length, its security
to the operatore, the minimum of power required
to keep it in operation, the dispatch with. which
it excntes its wvork, combined with its simplicity
and durability, must make it invaluable to every
me that miay have use for them.
A. G. TEAGUE.
To Wit. Lxwas, Esq., Hamtburg, S. C.
Jaundice, Sick Hlead-ache, Dizziness, Lois of
Appetite, Constipation of the Bowbel., Piles,
cansed by Costiveness, Pain in tihe Bowela,'
or Rheumratismn, caused by the use of Mercti
ry, Syphilis, Scrofula, Boils, Ulcers, g-c
T HIS PREPARATION Is made as pure as- p
sible, Its bitter taste, and' beneficial- ellets
in disease. of the Liver, and diseases arisin from
an impure state of the Blood, prove' it .to the
.PUREST AND MOST USEFUL
preparation 'of Sarsaparilia that is made...
Those who have used the various preparations
of Sarsaparilla will find, by the taste and effet,
that here is more Sarsaparilla In one bottle of Dr.
DENNis' preparation, than in half a douen bottles
as it is generally made.raioficsun
Its aiterative and mildly puraiefecspo
the bowels, make it not only a good mubstitute for
fercury, but useful in removing all diseases arising
rrom the imprudent use of Mercury.
Prepared only by 3. DENNIS,'M. D.,.Augusta,
So ba. G. TEAGUE anid G. L. PENn, Edge
lield C. U.; P. MI. ContEN and CAREY & CouTu
aza, Charleston ; BoaawraionTv & MtloT amd F.
Cuats, Columbia; A. J. Caaattone, Haiburg;
Wt. F. Tu'rr, . D. B. -PtusEs, HAvLAZSD& Ris
c.y., W. F. & J. Tuarmn, W. K. Krrcitate; BAIL
ir.TT & CARTER,' Autgusta, Geo., and by Drug
Pee-41 per bottleT~6 bottle for 05.
SRemember to ask for DENNIS' GFEOR
Ju..ne 2,185 if ' 2
NERVWOUS DEBILITY -S
DISEASES ARING Pm
d DisorderW .Liner- erW 10
o6t1he -Head, Aidity,ef e S
sea, Heat-bti*; r
'rieigh'in th e,
sinking or"Fluat tti .
ach, Smimming at'
Difficult. Breathing, FlutrA
Chwking or Suj3cating i
Webs before the Sight, .
-in the HeadDeficiency orP C
lowneis of the Skin and Eye
Side, Back, Chest, Vi*sib
the Flesh, Sudden"Flu
slant Imagining* of EBitI
sio of Spirits, can be effectully
DR.HOOF WS4 -
DR. C. 19. JACSON,
AT TIIE GERMAN MEfDICfIN
120 Arch Street,PhIa.
THEIR power over the above
T exceled-if eqnalled-by any otler
tion in the United S8tates. as thelcut":
many eases after skilful physiciais.l ..
These Bitters are worthy-the-zttentfo ef
lids. Possessing great virtuesin the4e6
of diseases of the-Liver indlesser-kiand
cising the most searebin'g power. in Waa
aflections of the digestive organs
safe certain and pleasant. :-- e
Read and 'be'
The editor of the " Bosro, l0 i s
her 22nd. 1850: *
Da. HOOrLAnD' CELEDnATZD- Gzi1AnBa
TEaS for the cure of Liver Complain., Ja ce
Dyspepsin, Chronic or Nervous. Debilltr ileeri'
vedly one of the most popular- medfemes- o fth.
day. These Biuer. have-been usedby
and a freind at our elhow says he
celved an effectual and permanent:tre e
Complaint from the use of this !emedy .
convinced that, in the nse of these itters,
tient constantly gain strength and vigo
worthy of great consideration.: Theare
in taste and smell, and can be sed
with the most delicate stomachs wit
der any circnmstances. We are ea i
experience. and to the afflicted iedae the u
"Scovs WEEKLf," one of tt ebest.
papers puilished, said,
"Dr. IooTLAYD's GEXtaN BrrrzIEs. nanu-.
factured by Dr. Jackson, are now re~ .
by. some of.the. most prominent.member. W -_ -
facuLy as an article at mnh efficacy in
female-weakness. As- such is theease w
advise all mothers to obtain a houle, and thussave
themselves much sickness. Personsof dibilitatd
constitutions will find these Bitters adtiiiaz tik
to their health, as ie-know rMnr experiefie the
salutary efect they haNe upon weeksystevinai
More Eviddce4 .
The " PrrtLADELP1I1t - SAntVIAY GAxE1TTZ
the best family newspiper piifl'rtheiited
Status', says. of these vnnabl itre:i
" It is'seldom -that' vWreitinietto fitife*
termed Patent" Medicines,- totle confidewsi- tdf
patrongeof our readers ;-and-therefore whmsses
recommend Dr. Hoofand'.- German -Bitters, we
wish it tn be distinctly understondtiiswvaaremot
speaking of the ilostruminof - the da
noiset about for a brief perind and thenfo V
after. they have done their guilty race'ofrmis
but of a medicine long establisjl,.untre
prized,-andtwhich'1hs.jnet the lietyj~pef '
the facilty itself.' . .- r & . .
Evidenve upon evidence has een reeelv ik.
the foregoing) from all ctrnpiegof Ttnon 1
last three ears. and th atone mesihdint)
favor, is..that.there Is sp~ ifit aslinthe. rag
ties'of :the regular o .
than allotKbi r.truus cm , a
casil beestabishd U pT
Teti p iprnivl-uetwszaz
and liver;tisr u SV lia
4-'eonms-the el s
administered -to -.female.-orm ina .it ej
reliable benefit at any ime" , .
Eewaye of Counterfeitets1
This medicine has attaiiIthit uigh i araiirg
which is neces'sary fofall reedicines 'to 'ittain -to
induce cosmterfeiters-to. put forth- spuriouig,atge~
at the risk of'thme lives of thsie wvlia'litnig~l
ly deceived. :*. -. . .g
Lcox WELL TO TUEMRso JE-.EEf
They have the written signatre of C.'M.91ACK'
SON upop the' wiipper. and -lii name-blown in
the hottlc, without whicikgAs ereptriow:
For~ sale Wholesale and eti at the " German
Aledicine Stdre:* N6. 120 '.eh-lm street,- one- door
below -Sixth, Philadelphiai' andI "by- respectable
dealers generlr Wthroigh ths country.
To enable all cises .of invalids tb enjoy the
advantages of their great' restorative powers.
6:1az.E Do-rr. 75 cTs. tS.
For sale, on agency, at Edgefield (C...)braI
- G. L. -PE .
JEW DAVID'S H!EREW-?LASTER
- 'HE getremedy for KRhetuntism,Soent SEaii
-in th Side.HIip.. Back,,Limnbsanl.Joints,
Scrofula, Kfing'a Evil, White Swelling. Iasil%a
mors. Sntif'.oints, and all fixed pans whatever.
W~here tbis Plaster is~applied.. 'i cannotemist.
It las been beneficial in case of welcs~uc tas
Pain and Wenkness-in the Stomach,;Wepe-famn',
Lamoness, A ffection of .the Spine, Femttte Weak
ness, &c. No female. subject to p~~ 'or wekpi
in the back or side, should be wlthout arjed
ladles, in delicate situations, find great. ..aetm
constantly wearing this. Planter.e
The application 'of the Planter betweli e
shoulders has been found a certaip reedy for
Colds, Coughs, Phthisie, and Afiectiengdof..the
Lungs tn their primary stages. It destroys ntaiq
mation-by perspiration. - .-'e
The following commendation .it from an igent
residing at Trenton. Tennessj'*' . s ,
Tazx-roN, GibsonlC~iTenn-; Nov .7
Mlessra. Scorr- &' iiz2Gnti in iThe
Hebrew Plaster is beeoming-popular in this section.
There ism a lady In-this county -whostys shetwonl
not-he without this Plaster for- five hundred 4Tol
lers a year. The wan afflicted-for soins timae~with
an enlargement of the spleen, -.which gaveoihera
great deal of pain.- The swelling and ,pain~ad
exended up nearly to the armnpit, and oeeasionally
she could scarcely breathe. She'was confined~for
a considerable time..dnring whichlae waassentad:
ed by some of otur best' physicians, bno'they gae
her no relief.. She procured a boxo- ~o~yebaw
Plaster, and iti'elieved her almost immedIately.
and now she keeps as~lyof it~bh handlditarnt
ly. These -facts you aeat .liberty to..use s-you
think proper---they are substantially true.
Respectfully, yours &4.,
SgW Besware of coune~ and Base atibentb
CAurIon.-Thetsubcee are-teonly genera1
agents in the Southern States for the .pf this
truly 'valuable.Plaster; ai, in:.order to put
purchasers being imposed onaby a cnn rn-.
ele, sold in this City and elsewhere, fdythe hu
In, they invitepartienlaf attiatiodaio ther low
ing marks of'the'geninze: - 9' ae
1. The genuine is- put up -i~ nooth', engine.
turned bottomed boxes, soldered in. - 6-44 -
2.. The'egenuine has the engravid hiiui, jew
David on the directions arotund the b* i .
,ompanying record of court to-E. Roein;-1t.
That-the genuine bsh'the 'r ENTATLOR
on the steel plate-eng~a ~ a e.otrheop, of
each box- to imilare wih will belreseciated as
forgery. - .- .
*The-Counterfeit-is-coarsely. n up, in ifmita
tion of the old laibels, andle sjyseveral'dea
ts in medicine in this City fote hearu~uti
Beware of it-It Is ~ tieg
I13 Cha'trues atO'rleans,
Only Agents for the Southern Stt*t: isom
all orders and applicastions foragin i-an
variably be a'dd essed;7. ';
Soidat wholesiale bjHV1..9I~RL
& Co., and A M. CO HEbN,
and HAVIL AND, KEESE-& Co., No.80
Lane, New York.
June19 1o. . 22..a
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