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ITS "OH, FOR A QUT SPOT."
BY DANIEL 11. HILLIER.
It's "Oh for a quiet Spot."
A place where the waters sleep,
A little farm and a sheltered vale,
A home in the forest deep.
A dog for the woodland game,
A dollar to spend or to keep,
A black and a brown and a brindle cow,
A horse and a flock of sheep.
A duck and a guinea hen,
A goose and a gander too,
A turkey proud-the poultry king,
And a pair of doves to coo.
A pig and a yoke of steers,
A cat and a bird to crow,
A place for the comfort of them,
And a place for the rake and hoe.
An axe for the lordly tree.
A plough for the stubborn soil;
A faith in the promise of good,
And a strength and a will to toil.
And a kind and gentle wife,
A little girl and a boy
Oh, what can equal in life,
The farmer's fire-side joy ?
What a source of pleasure to him,
His fathers rarely knew
"The paper" ready for use,
And that paper " paid for" too.
It's " Oh for a quiet spot,"
A plas e where the waters sleep,
A little farin in a sheltered vale,
A home in the forest deep.
IESSRS. EDITORS: At your request I will
try to wite one piece for your paper, the
" Soil of the Soulh," on the culture of corn;
and if being engaged in no other business
but that of fharming all my life, (now nearly
three score years,) would give merit to the
letter, then it will have plenty, otherwise I
throw but little. But although ain old man,
I am far from thinking that old men as a
body are better farmers or planters than
young ones, when they fully apply them
selves. Indeed, I even doubt if they are as
good. But this is not my subject. To raise
the most corn to the acre, with the least
labor. My first object then, is to dwarf the
stalk and blade of the plant in its early
growing time. And to accomplish these
objects, my experience would direct me to
bed up my corn lands deep and close iin
September or October, or before vegeta
tion is killed by the frosts, or as soon there
after as possible, and at the first spell of
warm dry weather after the middle of Fe! -
ruary, to plant in drills and in the middle
furrow, should be at least five and a half or
six feet apart, (so as to give good room for
cultivating a Pea crop as I never raise one
unless I keep the weeds and grass down,) I
put in plenty of seed corn, as I think it bet.
ter to thin out than re-plant.
My first step was stated above, to dw'arf
the ttalk and blade is, to plant lowv in the
water furrow; the next is, at the first plow.
ing, which shall not be too soon atfter the
corn is up, to side the drill close and deep
with a turn plow, with the bar next the drill,
throwing the earth from the corn. A few
days or a week thereafter, follow with the
hoes, partially thinning and chopping through
as ifi cotton, and apply no earth or mould to
the corn if it will stand up without it.
To describe fu~ly the work to be done af
terwards is scarcely possible, as all experi
eneed planters know that seasons and cir
cumstances direct and force the work. But
I will say, keep the earth as much as practica
ble from near the roots of the stalk, (except
a bare sufliciency to keep it fronm trailing.)
until it begins to tas'el and silk, then with
the buzzard-winged sweep plows level the
earth and keep it so as much as possible in
the last workings. W'Ihe n plowing my corn,
I rarely ever run but two furrorws to the
rowv and very often but one. Light and oft
stirm ing is, I think, of great benefit to corn,
at and about the earing time. Corn, I think,
should be worked often, and very light,
either with plowvs or hoes through the ear
ing stage and until you can gather a mess
of roasting ears, when it maty be left Pr-ovi
dence, under a good fence. It will be apt
to do well. Corn worked after the manner
I have endeavored to describe above, don't
wear that thrifty grand aippearance in its
early growth, that it usually does, when
worked in the ordinary way of plowing out,
and hilling with thie hoe. But it may be
made to look fresh and green almost at
pleasure as we would have the earth or soil
at our command to apply, wh'len mostly
needed at earing time.
Some of the advantages wvhich I think
are to be derived from this mode of corn
culture are--that in proportion to the d warf
ing of the stalk and blade, so may be the
addition to the number of stalks to the rowv
or acre, and so in proportion to the number
of stalks in an acre, that can be kept grow
ing and thrifty in earing time, by this pro
cess of working, so is the addition to the
number of ears at gathering time.
Corn wvorked by this mode of culture is
apt to look grown and thrifty through its en
tire earing and maturing season ; besides,
the joints being short and usually strong, is
not so exposed to the wvinds, which often
trail or blow down our corn and particular
ly' when the stalks are tall and the blades
Tlhe dwarfing the stalk and blade of corn,
if done at a proper time, does not affect the
size or weight of the ear. Wishing your
valuable journal much success, I am very
respectfully yours, &c.
Wxr. H. Owns.
Glennville, Jan. 1853.
TE ACTION OF CHABCOAL AS A XAN~URE.
The insoluble character of charcoal often
xites enqirsy from those who are unac
qainted. with its action as a mnanure. Vege
tables only appropriate such food through
their roots and spongioles as is within their
reach a liquid form. This fact, not always
present to the minds of those who do not
investigate causes andl effects arising from
hemical agency, often brings condemnation
to a principle before enquiry is instituted,. or
tests applied. Charcoal, though prevented
itself from. enterig the vegetable system is
nevertheless a prompt eaterer and elabora
tr of manare- for plants. A capaLcious ab
sorbent, extracting ammonia from the atmos
phere, it possesses according to Liebig ab~ove
ll other substances, the powver of condens
ing this ammonia in its retentive pores.
Heated to redness it will absorb ninety times
its volume of amamoniacal gas. In a more
limited degree, this is natural action, and
misture is the element which sets this gas
free, when it descends into the earth and be
comes the direct food of plants.
Every rain relieves charcoal. from its bur
then of collected amonia,. and it is immedi
.te& prnepard to e-absorb nd oensen
another body of amimoniacal gas, to be held
in reserve and conveyed by the next suc
ceeding rain into the earth, again to act its
part in feeding plants. These being relia!e
facts explanatory of action it is plain that it
is one of the most valuable agents which can
be applied to the soil. It lasts so long a time
--being indistructille-that, once supplied
to the soil, it is always present, doing its
part, in improvement. Its greatest use to
our system of agriculture, is the valuable aid
it furnishes in protecting and condensing the
fertillizing elements of animal and cornpost
manures. The stable-floor, cow shed and
pig stye, should never be without a covering
of charcoal; and it is even more necessary
it the manure yard, where all the valuable
properties of composted substances are sub
jected to so many drains from atmospheic
influences. Will not some of our reape.s
give fair trials to charcoal in making and
preserving manures and report the results to
us ?-Southern Agriculturist.
CATERPILL AIs.-A correspondent reminds
us that this is the time to destroy the nests of
vermin that so disfigured our trees. Look
at almost every tree in the city, and you
will see hanging from its branches innun:e
rahle pendant nests, swinging in the breeze,
looking like natural appendages of the tree.
They are dried leaves wound into coniform
shape and glutinated firmly. Open one of
them and you will find thousands of cater
pillar's eggs inside; thus protected from the
forest of winter, and waiting for warm vea
ther to come forth and devour the leaves,
and finally to work destruction to all our
shade trees. Every good citizen should feel
bound to cut them from the trees on his
grounds, for his own sake and the public
These destructive vermin may be easily
removed when the trees are getting trimmed,
or an individual, with a simple long rod, may
be able to take or whip them all off. They
look like dead leaves on the trees, but may
be known by their cocoon form, and by
hanging by a filament to the branches.
R. S. KEY,
FELIX E. BODIE,
Wor Tax Collector.
T1O131AS B. REESE,
M. B. WHITTLE,
H. T. WRIGHT,
JOHN V. 8311IT1,
W. F. DURISUE,
PICKENS B. WEVER.
T I IE undersigned iaving determined to resian
the Office of Solicitor of the Southern Cir
eu t, as soon as h's duty to the State slhall permit,
will devote his time to the practice of LA W and
lie will be found in the Office occupied by the
ltt N. L. GatlFFIN, Esq., whose p~rofessli'anal papers
are in his hands. M. L. BONIIaM1.
Edeglield, Feb. 22, 1858. tf 6
VhIL be found at all times in his Office, ~at
T dgefield Court House, near the PLAmn's
lie will attend promptly and strictly to busincss
in his profession.
Nov. 14 tf 51
A B NER P E R RJN,
,GENT for the Prosecution of Claims fair Boon
.I ty LandI. Revolutionary and other Pensions.
Ofli--e at Edgelield C. II., S. C.
Feb 2: tf 6
TH O MA $ G. K EY,
ATT'ORNE Y AT L AW.
E1 UAS removed his Offiec to the Rooms over the
Store of Mr. 13. C. BaIIYAx.
Jan 4 3m 51
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PARKER.
Address Edgetield C. HI., or Sleepy Creek,
P 0., S. C.
March 11 1852 l y 8
D R. P AUL F. EVE having returned tao re
side in A ugu-ta, offers his prot'essional serv ices
to the coimmunity.
Servants requiring operatioans or special attention
can be accommodated up~on his lot.
A ugusta, Feb 21st, 15. 5t5 &
Forwarding & Commr'ns Mterclhant,
UTILatten promptly to the RECEIVING
VVand FORWARDING of Goods. Charges
gg OFFICF., No. 2, hlayne Street, Charleston.
Marcha 2 3t 8
GR AY BROT HERS, have on hand a large as
sortment of BLANKETS, of various kinds.
Probably sonie of the fintest Saxony Wool tinme fin
ished, impaorted. With a largeiassortment of Lower
Grades and Plantation Blankets, whtich we arc
Nov 17 tf 4-I
\LL Persons indebted to the Estate of R. Platt
L Brunson, dee'd., are respectfully notified to
make immediate payment, and those having de
tands against said estate will present them forthwith,
SUJSEN M. BRU7NSON, A anm'ix.
ROBERT LANIER, Adm'or.
Oct 20 tf 40
A LL tltose having any denmands against the
tE sate of Clark Swearinigen, dee'd., are re
quested to hand them in properly attested, and all
those indebted to said Estate are requested to make
MOSES SWEARINGEN, Ex'or.
Jan 3 tf 51
C ARRIAGE and BUGGY HARNESS,
JWagon Hlarniess, Double and Sinagle.
Riding Bridles, Plantation Bridles, Col!ars, ke.,
Manuretured of good ttaterials, and by good work
ma, next door to J. B. SettIvaN.
R. T. MIMS.
Jan 12 tf 52
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Win. T.
Minter, are earnestly requested to mtake im
mediate payment, and those having demands against
said estate will please rendler them in, property at
tested, forthwith. 13. F. STROM, Adnm'r.
Sept 8 t f 34
I IDES will bo~received at the Tan Yard from
this dat.U. T. MIMS.
Oct 6. 1852. tf 38
80\ BAGS Augusta Canal FLOUR, for sale low
Uby E. lHODGES, AGErr.
Hamburg, Nev 29 tf 46
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
ACONSTANT supply of Potatoes, Onions,
Oranges, Lemons, Coconut., &e., may be
found at E. IlIODGES, AoGs-r
A. Z. BENSON,
Ware House and Commi.ssion
Hamburg, S. C.
W OULD respectfully inform his former pa
trons, and the publie generally,. that he ins
leased the Ware-louse recentl'y occupied by Messrs
BRANNON & COLEMAN, where lie will be
Receive, Store and Sell Cotton
and other produce Consigned to his care. Also
receive and forward Merchandize to the country.
In tendering his services to the public, he flatters
himself, from an experience of SEVENTEEN
YEARS in the above business, and a thorongh
knowledge of all its branches, as well as froni a
general acquaintance with the planters of the sur
rounding country, together with his undividcd per
sonal attention to the business, that lie will be
able to give general satisfaction to all who may
favor him with their confidence, and assures them
that no eflbrt shall be wanting, on his part, to pro
mote their interest.
Liberal Cash advances made on Cotton and other
produce in Store.
Orders for Bagging. Rope, and family supplie
promptly tilled, at the lowest market rates.
Aug IS - tf 32
COLUMBIA, S. 0.
M R. JANNEY, in connection with Mr. W
.I IlAais and I)r T. J. GooDwYN, having pur
chased that fine and commodious establishment
heretofore known as the CONGAREE HOUSE,
it will hereafter be designated as "Janney's
In announcing this to the public, the Proprietors
feel that it is not necessary to present in detail the
indueements and advantages which this Ilotel lre
sents. Its location, its conamodiou.siiess, and the
improvements contemplated by the present mana
gers, will, they feel satisfied, afford to the travell:ng
community and others, a Hotel in Columbia which
will in every way rank among the best in the coun
try. Every enmtfort, convenience, ama appendaget-,
to the first class hotels in the United States, will be
found at JANNEYS llOTEL, and no efrort on
the part of the Proprietors will be wanting to ren
der it worthy of the capital of the State.
Mr. JA.SF.Y and Ilr. lanars, so well known by
the visitors at the American Ilotel, will always be
found at their posts, and if unremitting attentio'n tu
the dliies they have assumed, be any guarantee i
atisfaction, they have no hesitation in proising ii
to th .ir guests.
Mr. Ilitchenek's splendid line of Onmiibuwses and
lack.s, laviing the 1ine of the Hlotel paiuted ol
them, are attached to Janneys I!otel', and will b
prompt and faithful in the conveyance of passen.
gers to and from the various depots.
Columbia, JTan 31 2i 3
N o t i Ce,
JOHN 19. WITT having purchased th
exclusive interest of the NACHINE S1101
of Messrs. BesHNELL & WITT, will keep eoistantI
on hand therfollowing articles, in eoiplete and ex
cellent order, and at the Augusta priecs, viz:
Sash filled with Glass and Primed,
made of all sizes and according to order.
Pannel Doors, Window Blinds,
DOOR FRAMES AND WINDOW FRAMES,
Bed Steads, Tables, Wash Stands, Chairs, Beau
reaus, Writing Desks, Work .Stands, Book
Cases and all other Cabinet and
Joiners Work, &c., &c.
Repairing and Job Work of every kind appertainin;
to the above articles, an(d Furniture of every des
cription, done promptly and upon the most libera
Edgefield C. IT., Dc 1, 1852. tf 4G
A Purely Vegetable Preparationa, and a
Bovereign Reumedy for
T UEITSE BITTERS aro purely a VEGE TABLi
ICOMPOUND, and are ofiered to the publi<
under the fullest conivetion thiat they will be fisum
a safe and sovereign REMIEDY for D)YSPEPSIA
They have becen triumphantly tested not on'y b:
iumierotus fatmitlies aind Physicians in the South, wh<
have furnished amaple testimna.ny as to their dee'der
excellence, but also by the Proprietor, who, for tei
ears, sun'ered all the gioom incident to that stub
born and distressing disease.
Th~e Colletona Bitters, are also a Carmainiative
most excellent for Cholera Marbuns, Costiveness, Sea
Sickness, Nausea proceeding froam whatever cause
Shortnecss at' Breuth, A cidity, Heairt Burna, Crannyp
and Stiebes in the lBreast.
Thea above Medicine is highly recommnended t<
Literary Gentleen, Stumdentsa, Elderly People, at
others of sedenitairy habit-s.
For thme satisfaction of those who may not othier,
wise feel disposed to try this valuable Compond
reference is umadle, by paermission, to the following
highly respectabile gentlemn.
Rev. T. J1. Young, Wmi. Yates, M. D., D. T
Caini, MI. 1)., Alex. Robinsomi, Col. F. Lance, Char
T. M. Curtis, M. D., St. Jochn's Tsind.
Ex-Gov. W. B. Seabrook, Edisto Island.
B. R. Bythiewood, Beaufort.
Rev. A. WVood ward, I on. Wmn. Pope, Rev. J1. B
Sebrook, Paul rritehard, M. D., PBlufftonm.
eg PrcE, 75 ets per Bottle. For sale at Edge
field C. H., by G. L. PENN, AEN.
Oct.20 tf 40
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEA AS.
John M1. Clark,FoegAtaks
Richard Bailey. )
Johna M. Clark for J.)
M. C. Freeland, > Foreign Attachc'nt
Richard Bailey. J
liU H EIREAS the Plaintiffs severally in the ne
V V tioans above imentioned have this day filed
their respective declarations in the same, againist
the Defendant, who (as it is said) is absent fromi
aid without the limtits of the State, and has neither
wife nor Attorney kanown within the same, upon
whoam a copy of the said several declarations might
be served : It is therefore ordered that the said
Defendant. IRichard Uniley, do appear and plead
to the said declarations respectively, within a year
and a day from this date, otherwise final and aibso
lute judgment will be given and awarded against
him in the said suits respectively.
T. G. BA CON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, Sept.60,1852. ly $6
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
.E. ko, Decla. in Attach 'nt
Thos. M1. Robinson.
T. N. Poullain & Son, Dca nAtc'a
- s. Dcai tahn
Pleasanmt M. Tid well.
W.Evs n Decla. in Attach'nt
Pleasant M1. Tidwell.
vs. Decla. in Attach'nt
Pleasant M. Tid well.3
r JHIE Plaintiffsh in the above cases having this day
.filed their Deelaratioits in tmy Office, anid neithm
er of the Defendants having either wife orattorney
known to reside within the limits of this State, on
wvhom copies of said Deelaratioans with rules to plead
can be served : On inotioni of Mr. AG oATHI, Atitor
ney for Plaintiflua, Ordered, thaut said ~I~efendants
apear and plead to said declarations within a year
and a day from the date hereof, or in default there
of, judgmntt wiill be awarded against them.
T. G. BA CON, c. a. D.
Clerk's Office, Oct 7, 1851. ly 38
A Lthose indebted to the Estate of W. W.
Walling, dee'., are requested .to settle as
soon as possible-, anid those havinig elaims will render
them in immediately, properly attested.
CHAR LES HA MMOND, Ez'or.
Jan 19 tf 1
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of A bram
.tKileorease, dee'd., wiN please make Immediate
payment. Those having demands will present them
properly attested for payment.
D. J. GILCHIRIST, Adnm'r.
J. M. N E W
WHOLESALE & RI
READY MADE CLOTHING, TRI
UNDER THE U. S. H(
T M. NEWBY &.iO., are now receiving th
.b Ready Made Clothing ever offered in this e
improved styles of manufactue.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF. BOYS YOUTE
W Country Merchants,and all persons visi
and examine our Stock for themselves.
Angusta, Sept. 23.
FALL AND WINTER
R ICHARDSON & iTIeDONNALD,
I are now receiving 1h LARGE nna WELL
SELECTED1) Stock of Fall and Winter
Of the LATEST STYLES-direct from Newl
I York-together with a fine assortment of
Hosiery, Shirts, Collars, Cravats,
COTTON AND MERINO UNDER-S1IIRTS,
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs,
Hats and Caps "of all kinds,
HAND AND BUGGY UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS, VALISES,
Carpet Bags, &c., &c.
All of which will compare favorably with any to be
found in other markets. An extuninntion is solicitedl
from their friends and customers before purclhsing
E N'ext Joor to G. Roljion's Hardware Stere,
Iamburg S. C.
Oct 20 3jn 41)
HAPPINESS AND COMPETENCE.
Way Is F I
That we behold m-iy females, sc e in the meridian of life
broken in health and spirits with complication 41f diseaser
and ailments, depriving them of ti wer for the enjoymect
ond i at r r : (h ytia in ith, b a - cTn of altuts,
madid aiy ereltity efeniud, nriinuf.-o aeodtion ofrhald,
Many o the m rcaeo her snfferig at firt-ierhalps years
befotre, peL1ricrs duriing flirlinod, or the firstlears of man rige
weme oil their oigin .wo light as to passantouced, atd of courge
aeglected. IN AFTER YEARS,
When to. lave to b? benef:ted byne knowle.te, ne loow
h:ck andi mourn. aid egret the edI. oenesqte:ces of our
k 'Ic..t ninucild.-e n-it often give to possess. in early lire, the
kntwlede ve obtaine inl anmer years! And wint days and
nigtas of angtish ire mi-let not hare been spared, if the
knowledeo was time ly i;osesaed. It is
MELANCHOLY AND STARTLING
To 'aehenid the sickness antd suifering endured by manmy a inife
fo.r ucc~ict yearn. tromcue ste imple and coatteoi!able, easily
retsectied-or better stili,-neot icurrted, iferery
WrIPE AND) M61jIIER
Pcoscsece the inf'onneatione cocntaineed inasittle rolnme, (wide
in the reach of ail) inichl wouald spare to herrceiC
YEARS OF! MISERY,
Acnd to her hcnhumd the constant toit'and anxietr of meinel.
necessarila' derolvinge nrion him lro ~ ickneeri oi tihe wife.
withocut giin him tihe opportunit7.t acqiincg theat com.
pete.ece wahic' hcia enerticcns are emntled end te possessifn
nmi whiich womuld sec-sre time happiness ci' h-imself, icife, and.
children. :MEA _
SECURE THE EASOFHAPES
De becoming in isce pnnuesaed of the kniowledge, the irant,
of wieichm time causned thie iickncess a:-d 'porerty of thoensantds.
I ice a~ or anech consequteneces. m:o rife or emcuher in exce-*
saule ii nice nem'ect to snail l'e'ra-df'af theat k'nwlge in.
regairet to lihe I.mvelf, whi chtud-ipnre Ier mnaeih ..ulfeniug, ha
thme mens e.r hacppiness aced 'emsprty tee her hmubaind, amid
conufer ciaci leer chldel ren ting lessing ateare a'd pric-hi.ahthy
boduiea, ithl healthy iidh. That njowledg~e in couttan.edt sa
a little work entitled.
TH E MA RRIED WOMAN'S
Private Medical Compvaniens.
BY DR. A. M. MAURIICEAU,
rnoirtssont aFDr ~ a oa renO woMP~..
One Ilundrelth Edition. 1!..., pp.*-S0. Price, 58 cts.
[ON rilIC rarEs, XTIta stxotno, $1 0.]
Firat publlinhed in 1847, and it in not
SURPRIZING OR WONDERtFULr
Cannaldtering thnt E VE RY F E MA L ,
WHEITHER MARItIED OR NOT, ennc here
eqtutre a full kacnwledge of~ the acnture,
ciaracter aced cauases of her comaptltt
with the yarlouse synaptomcs, and that
H ALP A DrILLIOX COPIES
shaiei here heecenacId*
it ii implracticabele to ennvey fally the rarionu imnliects
treated of,. an they are oif a naatnre strictly itenidal feer the
marriedi, or theoae contemplatmg mnarnae, limt mii fem-ale
desirsof ertgc~iyingl healthm, aend that beaulv, ro,neentmm unie
ieath,. whmich in so enieune talmer ownm hapines", anid tint
of leer iimhuband, buet either has oir iill ucistami, .2. an h-es or. v.1
every ii~,hcid niho has thme lor~e atel nifecione mef ins wife nt
heamt, or that oilmes ownm irenmienry impiroaenemnt.
UP'WARDS OF ONE HUNDRED THOU
Hare beeni SENT BY MAIL wginm time last few mnthim.
!cr"Base and Shamneful Fraud!!
CAUJTION TO BOOKSELLERS.
VIOLATION OF COPYRIGHTs
A SPURIOUS EDITION
Fleigrant and biarefaced, has been earrepetitiounly inaned, ic ith
thme name frm acid acre, exactly the naamr TmTe l'aur., amid
ecactly time came
But annotheer name substituted for " Dr. A. M. Maccricean,
amd" Ilemtni"c foir " Newr York," and thme wordn,
hn.*ERE accordiig to At of Co igcs in the year 1t-17, by
len the Clerk's Otfice or the District Court of time Southere
Diatrict of New York.
The contenta, the sublject mnatter aed reacting are
rintied mn pcoor, hrrnnih, dirty larcer, with a ccmiper corer.
It can he kunwn asno from time miaerabl- acid illeciblie wnin
eneta scatteired thronghout its pages. The coprght edItIOn
ithr re anyin cue trade aoloattoahamceandl common
heonesty an mo be nwilling pcarties
IN DEFRAUDING THEIR CUSTOMERS,
No len clean ihe legal owner of the promierty in copyright,
they wiil be iroscecuted, and steps willI be takeni to expcose
them to time pubeli.
A colic will be cent to each hmonelher or fim, (writh thme
cerma mmponi which tihey will be furishaled,) upon receipet of
his or their businesa card ofaddreass.
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
BE NOT DEFRAUDED?
Duy no book unless Dr. A. Mn. Manricean, in ibcerty at.,
N. Y., is n iithe tie page, aid the enitry i flerk'sn Ollice on
the hick of the title page cflrreaspondsn as hcerem,;mm ndbueyionly
of respeeriabie and heoeornbie delenc, or aemit by masil, anid ad
dream to Dr. A. M. Mtaumriceao.
Fl.ml title page. with Coenens, together wile a few pagen
reatinig of impmortaut subjecca to every marrned remasle, w.ll
be senct, free of charge, to iny one eniclosmg a letter stampi in
a pcrepand letter. addiessedl as herein.
OT70n receipt of Pinty Ceenta, (or Onec
Dollar for thje fine EdItion extrna bindilnmg.)
CTHE MIARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE
MEDICAL COMPANION" Ia mcet (naaelledf
rrea; to any pnart of tine United Statea. All
letters an nt be poat-pald. accc nddlreaaesd to
DR. A. II. MA URIUEAU. jBox 1224. New
York City. Pullaihag O13ee, No.129 Laberty
Street, New York.
gg.cFor sale in thmis place at the Drug Store of Mr
A. G. TrAsttF.. Price only Fifty Centis.
July 21, 1852. Gm 27
A LL Persons indebted to the estate of Uenry F.
FL1Ireenman, dee'd., will come forward iomne
diately aind matke payment, anid thosce having de
mands will render thcem in properly attested.
J. H. JENN INGS, Ex'or.
Feb 9 ly 51
GRAY BROTH ERS, A ugusta, Ca., have now
in Store a full supply of Richl and Eleganct
Brussels; Threeply, Ingraneo and Cotton CA RPETS
with Rugs anid Druggets to miatch, which they
offer to time public cheap.
TAIL DEALER IN
JNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c., &C
TEL AUGUSTA, GA.
3 LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT of
ty. Their Stock consiists of the latest and most
S' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
Lilg our city, are respectfully solicited to cal
Ware-House and Commission
JIAM.BURG, S. C.
\ W ALK ERL & CO., beg Ilave to inform the
I I ptiblie genera!ly, that :hey continue the
Warehouse S. Commission Business,
at the taii oeeupied by them for tile two past
seamsilS, aild previOSIV by WAi.Xt & BRADFORD.
The Ware-I lonse is in good order, and being lo
eated in the higliest part of Town, is safe frin high
water. The htlte frLhet barely raaeheing the lower
tloors-not the least damiia-e was done to Cotton.
A. W.i.mt will devote his personal attention,
exclusively to the busir s, :d hllopes from l41naZ ex
perienie, and a desire to pl!ease, that none will leave
tle estab'.ishmtnenit disat:sfit.d.
Tihse wi patronize our Ware-Honse, will ie
kept constanCy advised of the state of the produce
Cash advances- made on produce in store, when
desred. A. W A LK ER,
D. L. ADAMS.
Oct 27 Gilm 41
AT TIE OLD STAN ) OF S. & J. GILBERT
CHARLESTON, S. C.
S & E. M!I. GILBE RT continue the
.-CA RIAGE lBUSIN ESS at the above stand,
Nos 3- and 40,. Wentworth Street, where they will
be pleasvel: to exhibit to their old friends and ua
tuiters a verv
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
comprising those of their own mantfacttre togethet
various oiher styles usually foutd ill this market.
Their long acquaintance with this market as
Manufacturers tnd Dealers will eiable them to
offt-r great inducements to purchasers both in slyle
Au 25: f
ANOTHER SCIENIFIC WONDER
Great Cure for Dyspepsia!
rpti Tl'RtUE DICES
DR HOUGHTON'S .[.TIV ~ F;LUID, or
-r-T~ Gastric 3Ju icec,
PP ', repsarcd from Rentif~,
or the fourth Stomach
~tltof the Ox, after diree
tis of llnoN LIF.uo,
. Ch etmis t, by J. S.
Houan-roTO, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.
Tis is a tuly WVONDER FUL 7tE31EDY for Indigestion,
1)yspepeha, .lanunalce, Liver Enmplauint, (onstigation,. nnid
lichtility, Curing :afr NArT~ltE'S oWN MthTIlOl), by
Nature's nwn A:et thec Gastric .inice. IhnlF a teasponnful
of P'EPSIN.infus.ed in water, iltl digest or udisstve, Five
1Pnuntds of lionst lBeer in i.but t wo hours. nut if thei stonehr.
PEPsiN is the chief elementt, or tirent 1uitGESTING
Principle of th (Gastric Juice-he Snlvent of the Fod, tihe
Purifvamg, t'reserving andI Stinmiating Agent or the Stomneh
and i ntestinecs. It is extractedl fi-nm thae ligestive Stinm:teha
of the Ox. thnus fornting n TI:I'E 1)iGESTtVE FLUID,.
preciseliv like the natural (;astrie .Tnice in its themient pow
ers. tund furnishing a COMPlLETE andl P'ElFECT SUB
STIT UTE for ii.
Scientific Eridence !
Call'on the Agent, nnd get a Descriptive Cirenlar. grntis,
giving a large amount of SCiE-NTlF10 EYiDENCI-. fromt
I.iebiig Animnat Chmnistry: JDr. Combie's Physrotngy or liiges
tin: Dr. Pereira on Foot snri i)let; Dr.',loitm W. I )rnper,
ofr New York University: P'rof. linnugison's Phuysinaingy :&c.,
tgethr with reports or enres fromi all parts of the United
NO ALCOHOL. BITTERS OR ACIDS !
P.emembeitr this: lir. Iltrru-io's P'EPSi N is a grea
Nuuturnd li-indyt. free frtni Ai.Cohtt0L. hiTTtElt$. A0t1i1%
nn1tal-OU~js l)IiUGs. It Is extremely agrecabie to
the ttaste, andt may the taiken iiy thi most gfar-etatients who
e-nmitot eat n water cracker without neute distress. lBeware
aof druggecd imnitations. l'ep'in is ntia a drug.
CUJIES iN EVEltY TOWN!
Dr. lIontgton'tts l'rristN ihas nn0w bteen testedt, for upwards
nf two venurs, ini every inrge' town in the linit-ed States, and
lihe Age'nis enn refer JIyhslteties to many remoarkablie Ures
ini entry Townt! Niuerous details of enres, cer5titttetts of
I'hysicina nni Patienits, nre given in the Circunrs I'urntished
by Agents. gratis.
Pepsin in I'luid and ?owder.
Dr.1ltonghtuns PEP~iiN is pr,-pare~d in Powdler mand in
Fl'iuid Forn-ntud in I'resicriition vials ihr thue o f Phyns!
ein. The P'twder wili bei. s..nt bty !aii, free- of Postage, for
attne ltllr. sent to Dr. Jinntttottn. It'hindetinf.
Ii.onighio or h!s Agenits, desc~riinag the whole prne-.-s fr tare
p~arun, andt givin:: the anuthttrities uponti wicht the- ciaitms
of tis ntew remneti are batsedi. As it is NOT A $tEiCtET
ii10[E-: )Y. no beeto enn be raisedi ngainst its use bay Phay
sicnnus int resipeelble stintng anad regular practice. Price
ONE D)OLLAI! tier boaute.
Every fltttle oft GENUINE P'EPI'tN henms the written
signatn're ttr ,I. 5. loingfatnn 3t. D.. soie propritor, Philadtet
dinl, P'n. Copy-right and Tradte 3Mark secured.
pin$old by ali Drugrgists anda Deaiers in Mlediclines.
Girnld. aiso iby G. L. PtENN, Edgefieldi C. II.; WARD
LAW & LYON, .\hhteville C. II.: PI:ATT &.IAMlES, New
herry, and A. J. CItEIIlTON, hlumbhurg, S. C.
.Iil -2S ly ____
DRi D EN N IS'S
Janndice. Sick Ihead-achet, Di::nes. Loss oJ
Appetite, Conslipiation of thec Boweels, Piles,
canned by Costicenecss, Pain in thec Bowrels, or
1Ruaisma ui, caused by~ thec use of Mercury,
Sy gilis. Srro fu/a, Boils, Ulcers, 4.c.
I I IPR EPA RA TION is made as pure as possi
ble. Its bitier taste. andu beneficial efyets in
dieases of the Liver, anid diseases arising froman im-.
pure state o; the Blood, prove it to be the
PUREST AND 3IOST USEFUL
preparation of Sarseaparilla that is made.
Th'iose whoi have used the various ptreparations of
Sariaparilla will findt, by the taste and efleet, that
there is more Sarsaparilla tn one bottle of Dr. DEN
NiS' preparatin, than in half a doZen bottles as it ist
Its alterative and mildly puirgative effects upon the
boels, make it nt only a good subistituite for-Mer
enry, lint useful it reimoving ali diseases arising from
te imoprmilent use of AMereury.
O7f'Prepared only biyJ. DENNIS, M. D., Auigus
Sold bty A. G. Tv..cuE and G. L. PENN, Edgefield
C. II.; P'. 31. Contr. anti CAREY & Coeuatsn,
Charlstn; IloA'rxsnitnT & Muo-r and F.t (tun-rs,
Colutbia; A. J. C'a Etrit-vo, Hamnbuirg; Wat. F.
TPrrT. D. 11. Pt.untt, hlavibtAsNt & R tsLsY, W. F.
& J. Ttnrux, W. K. KITChNs. BARtRETT & CARt
TTi, Augusta, Geo., and by Druggists generally.
Pricc-S1 per bottle; 6 bottle ftir $5.
z Remember to ask for DENNIS' GEORGIA
SAl SAPA RLILLA.
June 26. 1851 tf 23
O N Sunday last, nit Potte.rsville near nty dwel
ling, a SA\LL TYELLOW POCK ET 11OOK
with a Lbhatk strintg tied around it, containing lie
tweeni sixty ntI's--ventty-fiave dollars. lIt the last
ol of the Booik thet.re were otie two, and six or
seven tine dollar bills. lThe rest of the money wvas
in five dallar hills itt the back fitlds of the Book.
Tle Pocket Book' also contains severtl ntotes atid
paes. A ny onue fitnditng the same aitd returnitne
it to mue witht its contentis will be suitatbly rewar-ded.
IS IIEREBY given t all persons indebted to the
IEstate of Edmnund Botydl, deectd., to maike i
neiatite payment, nnid those hiavingdemands agaitnst
the sail Estate, wi!l renuder them in properly attested.
JAS. & TA NDY BOYD, Ex'rts.
JAtNDICE, DYSPEPSA, CHRONIC O1
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
TIlE KIDNEYS,- AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING tROMI
A Disordered Liter or Sicinach, such as Con
stipation, Intcard Piles. Fullness or Blood to
the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Ileart-humn, Disgnst for Food, Fullness or
Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eructations,
Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the Stiomach,
Sminining at the Head. Hnrried and DificulI
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Suffocating sensations lehen in a lying posture,
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Wlebs thefore the
Sight, Ferer and dull pain in the Head, Def
ciency of Perspiration, YellotnhisS of the Sin
and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest,
Linb, 4-c.. Burning in the Flesh, Sudden
I'lu'shes of Heat, Constant Imaginings of Evil
and Great Depression of Spirits, can be eirect
tAly cured by
CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS
DR. C. R. JACESON,
AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
TITRllt power over the above diseases Is not excelled-i
equalled-by any other prepartion in tihe United States, as
tlhet cures atiest, in many cases after skillful physicians had
These Billers are worthy tle attention of Invalids. Pro
oetsing great virtiues in tihe ratifttion of diseases of the
Liver und leswer glamis. exereisitig tihe most searchimig pow.
ert in wer.kness und affections of the digestive organs, they
tire withal. safe. certain and jleasanmt.
Read and be Convinced!
The editor of the "B3osToN Bms," said in his paper of tihe
23nd of .tine lait:
D)n. 1tmmo1r.AND's CEi.rn.vr.n iEPmA.v.Tlrrs for the
cure of I.iver Cmplaint, .hsitundiee. liysppsinm, t'hronic or
Nervous Debility, is deservedly one lf time mos-t popular
inellinimmes (of thie dav. Thes. I;!it:ers inve been uised by
thosianls, soind it frieitl at our elbow snsvs sashe hs himself re
ceived lin effectial and pernisnent cure of Liver Complaint
frun tihe ue of tihis remedy. We nre convinced that, in tihe
use of tiese itters, tie patient eonstanily gains strength adul
vigor-m faet worthly of great eontsiderntin. They are jpiens
mnnt iit I aate anmi smell, ad c:m lie used by peris witi the
most deliente stomnebmsiis will vifty, tmdur nny circummslanes.
We ire speaking from experiecie, and to the afficted we
aivise their use.
"Sconv's Wm:xjum," one of the best Literary papers piul
Dr. loor,.AN'cs C Fr.eM.N 11rrrorrs. r.nnmfnetured Iy Dr.
Jackson. re now rI'ec m emt by some of time mo't promi
netit tmembers of the factulty na mn mrticle of mumehm villency in
enseis or fe'mnie wcinknesms. Am. sumch is thme case, we woutld nd
vise all mothers to obtnin ta bottle. innd thus save theimseltst
iimeil siekness. l'ersons of debilititnted conmstitttonts will finod
tihese ltt1ers :seNt mtvaningenus to their hmealth. as we know frm
experience the sattiry efreet they have upoin week systems.'
The Ulon. C. D. ltlNErINr, Mayor of the City of Canden
N. .., says:
I 'Ms-LANOr S's Gr.rsx iTrrs.-We have seen manT
fantterinig notices of tbis msemi'cine. ni,,t time source from wilie
they camne tinduced is to) make inqiuiry respecting its merits.
From inquiry we were permuntled to mse it, and must sa)
we found it specifle in its action upon diseases of the liver
ani digestive mrgans, and lte isowerful inmtlience it exerts
ilmoni m nervous prostratioi is really surprising. It eniims ani
strenii'etes time nervres, bringing themim Ito a state of repose,
making 'Meel refrehing.
If this muedicine was more generaily isedi, we are satisited
these wouir tie less sicknesm, a from the stomach, liver, ani
ne-rvous system the great majority of real and imaginary dip.
cmes emannste. Iate them in a healthy conitin, and you
can bid deflance to epvidemicl genernlly. This extraorminary
medigine we would advise our friends who are at all Indis
pinsel, to1give a trial-it will recommend itself. It shouldin
fnet. be lin every family. No other medicine ca produce
such evidences of merit."
Evidence upon evidence has been received (like the fore
going) from ill sections of the Union, lite last three years.
and the strongest testimony In its favor, Is. that tMere is mocre
of it used in the practice of tie regular Physicians of Phil.
delphin. than altllier nostrums combined. a faet that can eami
It be est:blished. anmi fully proving that a scientiflie prepars.
tion will meet with their quiet approval when presented even
in this form.
That this medicine will cure Liver Complaint and Dyspep
sMa, no onte can doeubt after using it as iirected. It acts sipe
ciflen1aty upont time tmiach iud liver: it is preferable to eain
me-l in A.L ItILIOUS DISE.\$ES-the effect is immedi
nie. They cenn be administered to fumtes or infants with
safety tilnd reliable benefit tit amy titme.
Look well to the marks of the Genuine.
They have tle written signatnre of C. NI. .ACKSON
upon time wrapper. andr his saime blown In the bottle, without
whlmh they arer suriusi.
I "For se. WihilesaIe on.] retail at lihe GEIMfAN
3MEiICIN E STOltE, No. 12il Archt street, inne domnr below
Sixth, Phtiladelphin; and by respmectable dealers generally
thrughm time coutriy.
To enablie all cilasses (if imuvalidls to enjomy the advantages of
their gremnt restorative piowers'. 8tNmt.t ltomrsr, in Crsi.
g?" Also, for sati, in thmis Village. by
U.'L. PENN, Aoxv.
Sept 1, 1852. ly 0
D R. R OG E RS'
LIVERWORT AND TAR!
ASAFE and certain cure for Coughs, Colds,
.I Crou p, Asthmraz, Comm~nsu ption of the Lunngs
Spitting of Bluood, rnc~mhitis, Ilooping Coighm, and
nl Pulnmonary A lrectionis.
A Lovely Young Lady Cured of
THEa following is from lime pen of WMt. II. L~rvt
sox, Esq.. time distinguisheid editor of time U. S. Mii
try and Naval Argus, unider date of New York,
January 20, 1851. Whmat could be more concimuive !
"mIt is schlom twe permit omnrelves in occupy a
space in tlise columns to speak in praise of any ar
tile in the patent medicine wiay; buit when we see
the life of a feilow creatiure saved by time use of anmy
mndci'ne whaiitever. we conmsidier it as our righmt, if
nomt oumr duty, to give a simpie siniemen.t (if famcts,
tat mothers may, in like manner, he beneiltted. The
ase wimich ihas inducet~d mis to pen timis articlie was that
of a young ladly oif mmirnequaitance, whmo tin fregineni
exposutre to time night air, cotmracted a Col wimich
settled on thte Lungs before its ravages coulid he
staved. (This occurred t wo years ago thtis winter.)
Va'rtus remedlies were used, butt with very little effeet
or benefit.-The Cotng grew worse, with compions
expectmorti-.l. amid the simken eye, andh pale, mhlmmw
cheek, told plinly that pnhntonary disease was dinine
its worst onm her delicate frame. Tme fanmly physi
eian was consnitedl. and abthnngh ho wvould nmot admit
i time youmng lady that site really haud the Conump
tion, yet lie wumht give no encouragemmenit as to a cnre.
At this crisis her mother was persuanded to make
is uof a hotil of Dr. lRngers' Conmpoundl 8yruip of
Liverwoirt and Tar. andi we are happy to state shme
was perfectly curemd in less titan thtree mmonthms by this
medicine almone. a fter even hompe was destroyedl. It is
iseless in commemnt .mn stnh a care na this, for the
simple truth will reachm whmere polished'm fiction mnever
can. If aniy tdo:'ht time auihtenticity mf this statenment.
li them calil at this Oflice.-U. S. SMilitary and Na
TESTIIMONY OZ' T HE PRESS.
From time N. Y. Contrier, Amng 13.
Dn. RoGEnS' Si'nv'P oF LmvaanwoRT AND TAR.
We have iheardl of several impoirtant enres rc'entiy
efected by this excelenmt medicinai preparation, andi
in mine instance that canine unmder our observation, we
can speak cmonfimently. One oif oumr emplmoyees ,whmo
h adsfferedl severely from am lmtng standing cmold, mdn
rig time past week commtenced time msc of this medi
cie, and hiis Cold has entirely disappeared.
From thme N. Y. Miirror, Sepi. 2.
Livrnwon'r AsNI T.ta.-Of time virmnesminf Dr. Rlog.
ers' Conmghm 3cediciuies preparemd from mime imhove arti
cles. Ii is neemdless nowlt to speak ; its efflcacy in speemdi
y nring Comigims. ('mldsi andm oilier lung complinmsn
wimih too frecmquently, if nmeglectetd, result ini (on
sumionmm. ism too well estabmlishmed in public contfideme
to ieed enlogy nowt.
From time N. Y. Despatch, A ug 25.
WVa have iheretofmore taken occasion tom give anr tes
timny in favour oif the m'nrativ'e properies~ ouf Dr.
Rogers' Compumnmd Syrup mof Liverwomrt andu Tar, anti
w oud here repemat iIi adlvice alrendly givemn, for all
persons whmo are afflictedl with C.onsmumptimon, (mr any
of time premonitory syimptomns, to amake a trial of Dr.
ECg7 The G'enuiiie is signemd A NDR EwI loc.ns, ont
tme stel plate engraved wrapper around each bottle,
and is sold wholesale amid retniil by
iwOViL & MIEAD,
113 (Chartres street. New Orleans,
Sole General Agents fmor time Sothernm states, to whmom
all orders must be addmresed.
r'7 Sold, alsuo by G. L. PENN, Edlgefield C. 11
WARDLAW & DENDY, Ahhieville C~. II.; PRAlT
& JAM1ES. Newberry, A. J..CREIGHITON, 11am
burg. So. Ca.
April 1 tf 11
Hamburg & Edgefleld Plank R'd.
r IallIS ROAJD is nowll openl for t'avel from Unam
lburgutioth OLJ) W 'E LLS, oni the Pinme Hiouse
Road, tind by thme Mttrinm Town' Blrnmch frm llsmn
burg to neat' the inew Bridge oiver Stm'evens Creek.
Petrsonims travin''iig or senmdinig their Wagons or
Y eil.'es to Ulmnbunrg by' time ulartint Town Roand,
ca av'ail thenmse.lve's of'tihe Br'anchm Plank Rmamd to
Ha imburg, by turtninmg to time left, half a imijie above
Iardy's Chmurech, by which miey' wil mvtmid all time
h mills amid sand mmn time Startinm Tmwn'm Briad.
The Romadi wili be conmpieted from hanmburg to
tme Pine Hlouse about lime 1st mf Noveimber'.
Rates of Toll.
For, five and six horse Waigons, 5 eta per mile
Three " "i 4 "i " "
Tvo . ( t 3 it ii t
Two "i Carriages3 'C
Omme i " 2 " "
Horehnek travellers, cc jm i i
Veices on meetng, nre ench cintitled to half time
PL ANK TR ACK, and tl'eo Drivers arc required to
tunto theo " RIGHT !",
11. A. K ENRICK, Premident.
hamurg.%[in 8 u' 341
MALE ACADEMY RE-OPENED !
An Excellent Tencher Engaged f.
A EAUTIMF EDIMCE sCCN TO2E COMPIEU&
r HE TRUSTEES of the tale Acadeyit at thiW
plaee take gri at pleasure in aunouncing to the'
publie that this lustitution will be opened rtgnin on'
the 2D AloNDAY IN JANUIY NEIT, under the iiott
The 'Tn cer they have empkoved is M3r. .T. G.
TI.E.NER of Fairleld, a GRADUATE OF TIIE
S0UT11 CAHOJ.INA COLIEGE.
This gentleman enters our commnunity with the'
most atpe recommendntios frnom the Freulty un
der wlim ihe lao finished lisstu'ks. Of lisi ability'
to prepare young ien for vuenuful arplicaton to
the highest Seminnries of our country, there is not
a doubt. It may be added that his strictly moraY
chnnacter is not less certainly establibcd than the'
accuracy of his Scholarship.
Te rustees, !a pntting fotl this notice, only
desire with few words to assure thise, io niy
patronise the Institution under their charge, that it
is their determination to do all they cnn towards en
forcing regular diseii.lite ard keeiing up a proptr
degree of pride and enikationr among the pupils.
The new Building noiw i progress will be oner
of the most commodious as well as one of the mas*
ornate edifices of the kind in the State.
Excellent boarding en be obtained in private
families at $8 to $10 per month.
TIre Terms will be determined upon after a con
sultation with the Principal. They *iff n1ot exece
those of other similar Aeademies.
N. L. G111IFFIN.
JOhIN BAUSKET1', .
R. T. 1IMS,
Dee I If 4t
I HAVE this day associated Mr. TiHOMAS E.
1IlT in busiiess with me, which will in future
be tranracted under the firam of 13owras & Irrr.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Nov 5,1852.
A LL persons indebted to S. E. Rowas, will
please a.ll and pay their notes ana accounts,
a I an desirous of closing my old business inme
diatelv. S. E. DOV EIS.
Hamiburg, Nov 5,1852.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
W E KEEP constantly on hiand a large and
W well assorted 5tock of GHROCER IES, via:
Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee,
Molasses, Syrup, Mackerel,
Whole, Half and Quarter Barrels, and Family Mess
lnneker,-l in Kits, -
SPERM Of ADAMANTINE CANDLES, LAMP
AND LINSEED OIL, RAISINS. AL
MONDS. NUTS OF ALL KINDS,
Fresh Lobsters, Salmon and Sardines,
CA N DIES,
SPICES ALL EIND8, ECEED 3EEF & TONGUE,
FINE Old) BRANDIES, WINES,
Nectar, Eagle amud Rye Whiskey,
- A rn*o
A Well selected Stock of CROCKERY and
GLASSWARE. BOWERS & HUTT.
Ilanbumg, Nov 5, 1852. if 43
.bR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
r 3AKES this method of returning his thanks to
T his friends and patron, for the patronage he
has received in the sale of Drugs, Medicines, &c.
Ie is now receiving an addit:on to his already
extensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, ?utty
Physician's Shop E'urniture, 8cc.
THlE FINEST WiNES .AND BRANDIES,
. for. Aledioinal purpowsps ~ .
Finme Cigars aad.Tobacco
'P ER FUME.P "
- Of hjaownr.41 d .
Frencha Extracts, ec, &c.
Paint,. IJoir, Hat,, Shoe apd Tsjtge~Brushrew
Tinctures & Medicinal- Compounds,
made under his own supervision in strict
accordar ce with thre U. S. Disp'ry.
Thae naost Reputable Nostraanas,
All of which hte will sell at prices that will compart
favorably with any Southern market. Those wish
rtrg to purchase articles ini his lrr.e will do well to
enil andl examine hiis Stock atnd prices.
Edgelield C. IT.. Jarn 22 tf I
WARDLAW k WALKER,.
FACTORS ANDH CO3l3lISSiON
Nort1h Atastic Whaurf, Charleston.
Conirs':roxs Fort F.LLING Cor~ox,
Fifty Cents per Bale,
r'jIE Subscriber htavinig fornmed a Co-Partnership
.l.witht Mr. W. A. W A1RILA W, of Crrlesteon,
formerly of A bbeville. S. C.. for thre purpore of do
ing a G ENERA L FA CTOR AG E and COMbllS
SION BU.SINFFS, avails hriiself of the present
opportunity. of returrrrrg his sincere thanriks to his
numrermuis friends for tire liberal pati onage bestoswed
for a nurmber of years pnrs,-antd in moving, tenders
thre searvices of the new concern of W DL
& W'A LEK ElI. Charleston, wher-- lie hopes nmany,
if nort all iris old patrons will Sund it to their intcren~
tot shrip their produce.
The recenut arra:-gements of the South Carolina
flail Road Comrpaniy will ennbhle therm soon to lhave
a D epuot n thre city of Augusta, therebty save the
,expense of Toll, annd very greatly facilitate thre for
Iwarding (If produce of any kinrd. Mr. .lonrN C.
HRus, Agenit of W. & W., ini Auiguna. will attend
to thre forwardinig 'If all produce that their friends
mr.ry feel disposed to send them, free of charge,
save drayage. G. WA LKER.
A ugusta, J1uly 19, 1S52. tf 29
Livery and Sale Stables.
FORMERLY JIOHN C. O'H ANLON'S.
4 THE Subsicriber has the pleasure
to informt his friends and thre pu~blic,
thant. having purchtased the Splendid
* A STOCK of FIXTURES of those
wellkntownt and popular STAlBLES, formerly
ownted lby O'IIAN LON, and lately by W. E. AR
CilEII, lie is non' prepared to furnis.h mll who may
favor himt with threir patrontage, with eclleilt.Saddle
110RSFS, arid hamndsonte anid comfortable CAR
RIAGFS and BUIGGIES, of tire latest styles,
with tenms to match, and drivers, in whrose so
briety arnd experi tree every conifidenrce cenbe placed,
at nItost reasdnablhe prices. M~anry imaprovemtents
have beent made to the Stables antd Lots. and Pro-.
vers will find every aeconmmtodationt they cnn desire.
Carriages and Orirnibuses from thtis Stable will
rai fromt llenatwrighit & Janrney's aniversally favo
rite " Atnerkann Hotel," and als front the hong-os
tablishred antd well-krnown Columirbia Iotel. by Mr.
). Cld well, to the various Railroad Depots, or any
IDT Orders left at tire American hotel, wihh Mir.
W. D. I harris, or the Proprietor, at thte Columbia
Hontel, will be promtptly 'attended to ; nd thre sub
scriber is conrfidenrt that all whlo emlloy hin wiih be,
pleased with Ihis prices and hris teamns.
Columibia. Sept 22 Gm 6
State of South Carolina,,
IN COMMION PLE AS.
vs Deci. in Attaclsueqf
Richiardl Ba~iley. 3
T HlE Plaintiff in tire above ease having this ay
Lfi led his Declaration in my Office, and the Des
fendant having neither Wifc.nor Attorney known
to reside within thme limrits of tIs State on whom a
copy of said Deelaration with a rumle to pload 'can
ie served, On motion of Mr. MosAGNE, A ttorney
for Pinirntiff: Ordered that said Defendenut, alipear
md plead to said Declarationis within a year' and a
day from the date hereof, or judgment will be
awarded against him by default.
TIIOS. G. B ACON,- C. E. -D.
Clerk's Office, June 1, 185g. 1y 20
Orauges and Leuo,
J UST received and for sale by