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BLANKETS
FSARTE &
CORNER KING AND WENT WOR1
" BATH AND WHITNEY B
CO.MrFORTS,1
SUPER. RLANKETS FOR SERV)
- Satinets for
CONTINUED REDUCTION OF ALL OUR
rers' prices.
WHITE
LONG CLOTHS 1.1 CENTS, WORTH 18&.
of the above, we offer them at uncommonly low
Linen Cambric Hi
BELGIAN CAMBRIC HDKS. at 181 Cts. GL
Yard wide-WHlTE DAMASK CAMBR1(
1400 Yards *Louslin DeLaine
E ANTI.RHEUMA
PIECES ANTI-RHEUMATIC FLANNELS,I
Remedial agents in use; and persons in want w
Extra fine Colored Canton Flannels, for Unde
Real Welsh Flannels, at reduced prics.
PIECES BL'K SILKS, RICH
Broadcloth, Ca
WILL REDUCE OUR ENTIRE STOCK of
Crash To
600 YARDS ALL FLAX RUSSIA CRASII,
Scotch and Russian Diaper,
Extra Heavy Bleached Huckaback
HAIR AND TOOK
FRENCH AND ENGLISH HAIR BRUSHE|
Tooth and Nail Brushes, fine article,
Puffing Combs, Buffalo and I
Charleston, Jan 16 FOGARTIE d
Staple Dry Goods !
W ILLIAlTI SHEAR, Augusta, Georgia,
has received from New York, a very large
asaortment of
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Saitable for family use, among which are
New York Mills, and Water Twist Shirting;
White Rock and Revere Mills undressed Blesehed
Shirtings, a superior article for Ladies use:
Extra 12-4 Hamikon Bleached Shectings and Pit
low Case Cottons;
Unbleached Cottn Shirtings and Sheetings, of su
perior style and quality ;
Superior 32-4 Line Sheetings and Pillow Case
Linen-;
Superior 4-4 Irish Linens and Long Lawns;
Extra quality 10 4 Dnmrsk Diapers ;
Superior Bleached and Unbleached 8-4 Table Dia
pers ;
Superior Damask Table Cloths, of extra Oise and
quality ;
Birds-eye and Scotch Diapers, and Damask Nap
kins ;
Seperior H wekabacks, some very heavy and extra
esility, for Towels
Superior Cambries,.-Jaeo'nets, Swiss, Mull and Nan
sook Muslins ;
Superior Checked and Striped Sluslins, and Cam
bric Dimities;
Rich I'.rocade and Fancy Silks, for La'dies Dresses;
Superior B'aek Figuared Silks, of beautiful styles,
for Ladies Dresses;
Plain Black SIlks, of rich lustre and extra quality ;
English and American Prints, a large supply ;
Superior Fancy anid Mourning Ginghams;
Superior Black Alpaeas and Bl'k Canton Cloths ;
Lupin's Jet Black Bom,,bazines, and Black Chially ;
Superior English and French Black Mierinos ;
Lapin's Plain Fancy Merinos and DeLaines, of the
most desirable colors:
Fancy Printed DeLaines, at very low prices;
Ladies bl'k and colored Clotht and Velvet Cloaks ;
Ladies Silk and Merino Vests ;
Gentlemnens' Merino and Silk Undershirts and
Drawers;
A eom.plete assortment of Ladies,' Misses,' Chil
danaT Gentlemnens, and Youths' Hoisery, of
the most approved nmmufacture ;
Sup'r plain and Damask furniture Dimiities and Cot
ton Fringes ;
Rich colored Damaks for Window Curtanins;
Rich Lace and Embroidered Winduw Curtains
(some at very low prices:)
Curtain Bands Cornices and French Window Shades
Rieh English Brussels Tapestry- Brussels and Wil
ten Carpets ;
Saprr Three-ply and Ingrain Carpets, of new and
- elegant patterns ;
Striped Venetian and other low priced Carpets;
Printed Floor Cloths, in pattterns and by the yard,
of beautiful styles ;
- Augusta Shirtings and Sheetings, Cotton Osnaburgs
and Georgia Stripe., at manuracturers p~rics.
Particular attention will be given to orders from
the country, and the utmost dispatch in forwarding
Goods by Express or otherwise.
Small parcels are frequently sent by mail at less
expense than in any other wa.i
Augusta Feb. 7 tf 4.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
W & J. H IL L, Hamburg, S. C., would in
To form their friends and customers that they
lleep constantly on hand, at their old Stand, a
LAltGE and WELL SELECTED) STOCK,econ
misting in part of the following articles.
F IN E C UT LRY.
A large assortment of Pocket Knives, Knives and
Forks, Seissors, &c., &e., both or English abd
American Manufacture.
Tin and Copper Ware.
Every article of Tin Ware kept always on hand,
and orders received for any article that may be
needed in the Copper, Tin, or Sheet iron line.
A good assortment of Heating and Cooking Stoves.
Thme latter are recommended to Housekeepers for
neatness and economy.
Guns and Pistols !
A full assortment of Guns, from ordinary to very
fine. Colts' repeating Pistols, Allen's Revolving
and Self-Cocking Single Barrel Pistols. Also, comu
nmon Pistols.
SMIT H'S TOOLS.
A large and complete Stock of Smith's Tools, con
sising of Anvels, Bellows, Screw Plates, Haund
and Sledge Hammers, Files, Rasps, &e.
CARPENTERS TOOL.S.
Embracing all varieties of Plains, Saws, Chmesels,
A ugers,-Hammers, Hatchets, Squares, Compasses,
Axes, Adzes, &c., &e.
Spades and Shovels.
Spades and Shovels of the best qualities. Also,
Mann.e Forks,. Uses, &c., &c.
C D A I N S.
Log, Ox, Trace, Waggon, Col' and Halter Chains.
Boilers and Caldrons.
A variety of Boilers and Caldrons, by the preper
use of which famers will find a great saving in
feeding Cattle and Hogs.
CASTING ANI hOLLOW WARE.
Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Tea Kettles, Wufle and Wa
fer Irons, Fire Dogs, Waggon Boxes; Grid Irons,
Smoothing Irons, Morters, &c.
NA ILS.
geO Kegs of Nails, assorted sizes. Also an assort
ment of English and American Horse Shoes, and
Hlorse Shoe Naih. Coffee Toasters, and Cotton
an'd Wool Cards.
Straw Cutters andl Corn Shellers.
The most approved Straw Cutters, and Corn Shl
iers, which farmers would find great economy to use.
CHAIN PUMPS!
Cbhi Ptmp~s and fixtures-an excellent method for
drawing water from wells.
Og All the fortgoing artieles sold on the moss
reasonable terms.
Hamburg, Oet:26 6m 41
Notice.
ALTL Person.4hdehted to the Estate of Warren
F. Winn. dee'd.. arc eanstly solieited to
make payment forthwith, and those haviag demands
against said Estate will ploase render them in im
mediately. JEREMIAHI SElGLERI, Ex'or.
REDUCED
'ELA 10
'H STREETS, CHARLESTON S. C
EI BLANKETS, EXTRA,
VELL ADE.
NITS, AT VERY LOW PRICES
Servants,
SATINETS to 181 Cts. less than Manufactu
GOODS..
WIShING TO CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK
prices.
Ikfs. at Six Cents.
:NTS' LARGE SIZE L. C. Hdkts. at 25 C.e
at 12J Cts., suitable for Ladies' Dresses.
, at Six and a quarter Cents
r1C FLANNELS.
WEW ARTICLE, AND ONE OF THE I ES
ill do well to examine.
rakirts,125 cents per yard.
LUSTRE, 75 Cts. PER YARD.
ssimere, &c.
the above Goods, in BLACK AND COLORS
welling.
6& Cents for BATHING TOWELS.
, for Towels, at 127 cents per yard.
['H BRUSHES, &c.
very Dressing Combs.
DELAND, Corner King and Wentworth St.
THE MARRIAGE STATE;
Mau t apps.~ and R..sh, *K .Nisawy ad
Miukuess, olieid a I
MOST STARTLING CONSIDERATIONS!
Reflections for the Thoughtful.
Strange that countless human beings exist and
drag through lift as do the beasts of the feld, of
the insects of the earth, evincing no more thought
or reflection than though the noble faculties of mmd
wore not vouchsafed to them.
Many such are husbands and fathers, upon whom
are dependent the hoalth, the well-being, and 6'ae
happiness of a confiding and affectionate wife, with
perhaps a family of children.
WoW OPTEN 1s HAPris-ThAT TXN
WIFE LINGERS FBM Y0EAR TO YEAR
In that pitiable condition as not even fo' one day to
feel the happy and exhilerating infuence ineident
to the enjoyment of health.
She may not be an invalid confined to her bed,
or even to her room ; as her pride, ambition and
energy induce and nerve her to take personal
eharge of her household, even when her health wIll
not admit of it ; but she is nevertheless perceptibly
sinking from day to day, and always ailing.
Thus, day after day, and month after month tran
sire. Her health daily sinks, till Snaly even the
hoeof reoovery no longer remains. And thus
THE BLOOMING BRIDE,
But a few years ago in the flash of health and
youth, and buoyany of spirits, rapidly, and appa
rently inexplical, becomes a feeble, sickly, de
bilitated wife, with frame emaciated, nerves un
strung,, spirits depiressed, countenance bearing the
Impress' of suffering, and an utter physicaf and
mental prostration.
Sometimes this deplorable change may and does
arise from organie or constitutional causes. But
of tenor, by far oftener, to gross and inexcusable
Ignorance of the simplest and plinest rules of
health as connected with the mariaestate, the
violation of which entails disease, sufring and
misery, not only to the wife, but often
Ieredlitary Complaints upon the Children
" UNTO Timl TiEDl AND FOURTE *ENEEATIoN,"
Transmnttting CONSUMPTION, SCROPULA,
HYPOCHONDRIA, INSANITY, GOUT,
KING'S EVIL, and other diseases,
as a
DREADFUL INHERITANOE
from the Parents.
And must this continue 1 Shall we be wise ls
all that concerns the cattle of our fields, our horses,
our sheep, our cows, our oxen, the nature and
eharacter of the soil we possess, the texture and
quality of our goods and merchandise ; but in all that
concerns ourselves as human beings, with human
functions and passions, subject to great derange
mont, involving our future peaee and happiness
in, all that concerns the health and welfare of the
wife of our affections, and the mother of our chil
dren; in all that concerns the mental and physical
well being of those children, we should be ian
mersed in the darkest and most
BENIGHTED IGNORANCE,
As CUI.PABL.E As INRxCUsAB.S '
How long shall this ignorance prevail so prods.
tive of its hitter fruits ? How long shall the wife
and mother be ignorant of the nature, character and
causes of the various womb and sexual somplainte,
embittering her days by suffering-suffering often
prolongedto years, eventuati in a comp lication of
deases utterly and hopelesy incural Shell
we for ever close our eyes to te results of physio
logical science by which we may arrive at an
understanding of ourselves as men and women,
subject to serious life-long enduring diseases, and
perpetuating them to our children.
LET EVERY WIFE AND EUSBAND PONDEB,
No husband or tneed be ignoranst of tehat
concerns them most to knsou' to secure Skear ealth
and happiness. 77at knoswledge t's eountained in a
lite wnork entited
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY DR. A. M. MAURICEAU,
P1oP1550K OF DISEAsIS OF WoMEN.
One Hlundredth Edition. l8me., pp. M10. Fries 50 C.ae
[ox FINE PAPEE,. ExTEA BINDING, *1 00.]
First published In 1047 ; and It is not
SURPRISING OR WONDERFUL,
Conaiderinig that E VE RY U EMMA L ,
whether MARRIED OR NOT, aan here
acquire a full knowledlge of the na
tiare, character and causes of her
semzplaints, with the various
symaptoms, and that nearly
HALF A MILLION COPIED
should have been sold. rt is impractietble to eca
wey fully the various subjects treated of, as they
are of a nature strictly intended for the married.,
or those contemplating marriage.
UPWARDS OP ONE HUNDRED THOU.
- SAND COPIES
Have been SENT BY MAIL. within the last few
months.
CAUTION TO) THE PUBLIC.
BE JIOT DZPR.DD
Buy no book unless Dr. A. M4. Mansieeau, 12
Liberty Street, N. Y., is ca the tite page, and the
entry in the Clerk's Office en the back of the title
page ; and buy only of respectable and honorable
dealers, or send by mail, and address to Dr. A. M.
Mauricea, as there are spurious and surreptitious
infringements of copyright.
mIE WOA' PRIVATE MEDICAL, 00M
PANIION" Is seat (mailed Jree) to any part of the
United States, the Canadas and British Provinees.
All Letters must be pst-pald, and addressed to
Dr. A. M. MAURIOEU, Box. 124, New-York.
City. Publishing Ombe, No. IW L~iberty Street,
New.York.
MP'For ante in this Village by Dr. A. G
TEAGUE. Price [email protected] Cents.
Sept 25 ly 3
Ready-liade Olothing!i
J UST Received a heavy Stock of READY
MADE CLOTHING, well suited to the Fall
and Winter Trade, and will be sold LOW FOR
CASU, or on easy terms to punctual customers.
Let the doubtfa-ll examine for themiselves.
M. W. CLARY.
Claryton, Oct. 3. tf 38
White Lead, Linseed Oil,
LAMP OIL, N'EATS FOOT OTil and TANi
NERS OIL, for sale next door to SIcr.,.:nN'n,.
Aug24 t___, 39
Well ~Digger*~Wanted.
T HE Subscriber wishecs to procuiro the serv-ices
of a Well Digger for a ahort time, to whom
iusomanry wtages wtill be grven. A pply at the resi
lence of the U~ndersign, on the Martin Towni Road,
15 miles above llamburg.
JOIIN ADAMS.
S. S. TODIPKIN S,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
gg OFFIoE.IN REAR OF TIHE COURT lIOUsS.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 8, tf 4
A BN ER PE RR IN,
A GENT for the Prosecution of Claims for Bonn.
ty Land. Revolutionary and other Pensions
Office at Edgetield C. 11., S. C.
Feb 23 tf- 6
CANDIDATES.
For Sheriff.
FELIX E. BODIE,
WM. QUATTLEBUM,
JULIUS DAY,
JAMES EIDSON.
ror Tax Collector.
BARNEY LAMAR.
CHARLES CARTER,
THOMAS B. REESE,
DERICK IIOLSONBAKE,
A. R. ABLE,
THEOPHILUS DEAN,
WESLEY WERTZ.
M. B. WHITTLE,
LEE HOLSON,
r'or Ordinary.
JOHN W. SMITH,
W. F. DURISOE,
H. T. WRIGHT,
DAVID BODIE.
For Clerk.
EDMUND PENN.
THOS. 0. BACON.
ft. B. BOUKNIGHT,
New Fall and Winter Goods.
MILLER & WARREN,
Augusta, Ga,
HuAVE Just received, at their Store, Corner op
HLposite the Mansion House, a large and com
plete Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
consisting of-.
LAMM Z 3' EMSS 002 }.
Brocade and Rich Plaid SILKS,
Brocade and Striped Black SILKS,
Embroidered Merino Robes,
Rich Figured Cashmeres and D'Laines,
Plain French and English'Merinos,
Saxony Plaids, a beautiful article for Children's
Dresses,
Col'd .English Flannels, for Children and Ladles'
Sacks,
Super. White Gauze and Welsh Flannels,
Black Chally, D'Laines and Bombazines,
French, English and Aimerican PRINTS,
Rich Embroideries.
French CHEMIZETTES and SLEEVES,
Collars ; Worked Bands ;
Muslin Edgings and Insertings; Irish Linens ;
Damask;Table Cloths, Table Napkins and Doyles,
12-4 Heavy Barusley'Sheetings,
Together with a fine Stock or SATTINETS,
Kentucky JEANS, CLOTHS,' CASSIMERES
and VESTINGS.
We respectfully solicit a call from our friends
and cautomers, and persons visiting the city would
do well to give us a look before purchasing.
Augusta. Oct 12 610 38
Dissolution of Copartnership,
T H E Firm of Cow.tN & Lco is this day dis
wlved by mutual consent.
COLGAN & LEGG.
January 2, 1854.
r IIE Tailoring Bueines, will be continued by
.Lthe Undersigned at his old stand. Thankful
to his customers for their liberal patronage heret.'
tfore bestowed on the Firm of Colgan & Legg, he
hopes by strict aftention to business to merit a con
tinuance of the samoe. JOIIN COLOAN.
Jan 2, 1854. tf 51
(Under U, 8. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAILl
---DEALEaR iN
READY JYADE~CLOTHING,
J M,.NEWBY' & CO., are now receir
igteL A RG E ST, B E ST and MOST
FASIION ABLE assortment of
'Ready Made Clothing,
ever offered in the City of A ugusta. In addition
to which, we are weekly receivinig rresh supplies
from our IHouse in New York. We also keep
constantly on hanel a large supply of
Youtha' and Children's Clothing,
-ALeO
A full assortment of F URNIShlING ARTICLES,
for gentlemen's wear, vis :
Drawers, Suspenders, GloVes, &c., &c,
gg Country Merchant. and all persons visiting
Augusta, will find it to their interest to examine oar
Stock, as we are determ'ne to otfer our Goods at
the lowest price, imaginable.
Jan 16 tf
Fresh and Pure M~edicines, &c,
T H E Subscriber has just received a SELECT
Family Medicines, Chemicals, kc,
--CoSSZSTiNG IN PART OF
Sulphate of Quinine. Pure rill Mass,
Sup. Carbonatc of Soda, Cali'mel,
Henry's Ca]. Magnesa, Cream of Tartar,
Epsomn Salts, Iodine,
Sulphate of Morphine, iodide of Potasaeum,
Lump Magnesia, jStryehuine,
Mum's Elixir of Opium, Fabnestock's Vernaifuge,
Thompson's Eye Water, McAlister's Ointinent,
Cheesenm's Balsaum, jEvans' Lanets.
Norwood's Veratrumn Viride.
And a full supply of most all the popular Patent
Medicines of thu day, all of which are warranted
free from adulteration.
G. L. PENN, Aearr.
Oct 26 tf 41
- EcGREGORk&S1?ITH,
--DALRS IN
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &c.
[fC'GREGOR & SMITH, build to order Car
1 JIriages of every description. They also keep
on hand a large and splendid assortment of
New and Second-Hand Carriages.
0r All orders promptly attended to, and Re
pairing neatly executed.
Edge~eld C. H., Jan 18 If I
Hampton's Shop
I S Re-opened, at the foot of the hill, immediately
at the entrance of the Plank Road into Main
Street, and nearly opposite Mr. Witt's residence.
lie Shoes Hlorses, makes Plow., Irons Waggons,
mends Wafle Irons, Lay. Axes, and does varisus
other things after the old style. H~e baa adopted
many of the modern improvements, in fact all of
them except that of slighting his work.
And be humbly aks a-call.
Jan 11 t if 52
Beach Island Land for Sale.
TnfE Subscriber offer, at private sale FIVE
H NDRED ACRES of Beach Island Swamp
Land, lying on the River, and adjoining lands of
Samuel Clark and Janmes T. Gardlner, and rented
the present year by JameaT. Gardner.
A bout 4001 acres of the above Tract are cleared
and well improved. The balauce in Cypress and
other swamp timber.
'Terms made easy to a good purchaser. A pply
to R. BRADFORI).
Silverton, S. C., May 4 %f 16
H eavy All Wool Negro Goods
And Blankets.
MFILER & WARREN, Augustn, Gn., have
Yinust received a large Stnck of Georgin
Plains and a large lot of S-4 and 9-4 Ne
gro Blankets, some of them weighing eight
pounds to the pair, to which they invite the atten
tion of planters. Also,
GEIVUINE HETT ANCU0R BOLTING CLOTHS,
From No 1 to 10.
FALL TRADE, FOR 1853!
- e ZCUJNNI NGHAMS.
THE UNDERSIGNED having given a further trial to the CASH SYSTEMy during th
past season. have become still more convinced that it is the only true system of doing
GROCERY BUSINESS on terms advantageous to both seller and buyer, being the cheapest
afest and surest for both. While the sellor is benefitted by getting the CASH PAID DOMV1h
for his Goods, enabling him to turn his money over many times in the year, the buyer has the
advantage of getting his Goods
Ten or Fifneen per Cent Cheaper
Than they can be obtained from those who sell on credit ; they being compelled to sell at this
difference of per centage to cover bad debts and pay the additional expense of keeping and col
lecting long accounts. It only requires a little reflection, aided by-a slight examination, to con
vince those who visit Hamburg for the purpose of purchasing SUPPLIES, that the Merchant wh<
deals exclusively on the Cash System in purchasing his Stock, lays it in cheaper than those who l:1
in large Stocks on credit, with a view to selling them out in the same way, being enabled to turn
his capital over only once a year, must.of course get larger profits to sustain his business. thai
him who on the Cash sv.ttem, bnys moderate Stocks, SELLS QUICK and TURNS OVER hi,
cnpital every thirty to sixty days. The intelligent planter will perceive that-the CASH SYSTES
Merchant will have made mte money at the end of the year, by making Frva ra cal? norr
than the credit system man will at twaui-rrvl, and that those who buy Goods had better boy
row the money at home, and allow even fifteen or twenty per cent interest, and pay CASH to
his supplies, than to pnrchase on time even from the best CREDIT HOUSES.
The Undersigned having made ample arrangements to keep on hand a LARGER STOCE
and much better assortment of
ALL KIND OF GROCERIES
Than they did the past season, only ask of their friends and others visiting this market, to giv,
them a call, where they will find, in addition to FINE FAMILY GROCERIES, a larg
snpply of nearly all the staple Goods-anally used in the country, such as
Saddlery, Hats, Shoes, Calicoes, Shirtings, Sheetings, Blankets
FLANNELS, &c., &c.
Being thankful for the liberal patronag. of the past season, and looking forward to a largel;
ncreased trade the coming Fall, we have laid in and are now receiving our Stock, and take plea
are in calling the attention of customers to our superior .
Teas, Sugars, Cotfee, Cheese, Molasses, Flour, Bacon,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Those who prefer paying Cash for their Goods, and thereby. save Fifteen Dollars in every Rua
dred, had better call at our Old Stand, on the Corner nearly opposite the Carnoina Hotel. wher
all articles sold, will be put up in the best manner, and warranted to turn out what they are rep
resented. R. F. & H. L, CUNNINGHAM.
Hamburg, Oct, 10, dm 39
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST !
DRY GOODS FOR THE FALL TRADE
M TA. RANSOM. Agent for R. M. Fur.Lxa, is now in receipt of a LARGE and SPLENDI]
Stock of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, comprising all which is new an,
beautiifnl. Among which may be found
All Wool Dx LAINES, of rich and splendid Red, white and fig'd Flannels, all qualities;
style, Solid colored Flannela, for Sacks;
Lrge and small fig'd De Laines. all qualities, Casnmiers, Sattinets, Tweeds and Kentuc
Persian De Laines, various qualities, Jeans, all ganlities;
Plaid Silk 'Lstres, very rich ; Bleached and brown Table Damasks, warrante
" Raw Silks, in high colors ; all Linen;
Cashmeres and Alrpnea La.ttres, all qualities Bleached Damask Table Cloths, some very fine
and colors; Bleached and brown Linen Towellins an1
Plain bl'k Gro d-Rhine Silks, various qualities Towels all gnalities;
and widths; Embroidered Table Covers ;
Black Watered Silks, a superior article Irish ~i,,en of every qualiry, from celebrnte,
SFi"'d and Brocade Silksa; mannfierories in soft finish. 5.4, 10-4, 11-4
Rich, c,,Toryd Silks, all qualities; and 12.4 bleached and brown Sheeting,
Colored Marcline Silks, desirable colors; best maike ; -
Solid colored De Laines and Merinas; Granitesille, Augusta and Hancock browl
Solid colored Paris De Bege, for travelling Shirtings, by the bale or pie~ce,echenp;
dresses ; Real Georgia Platins, and Twills, of Geo. Shley'
rench Scotch and American Ginghams, froni manutactnre, cheap;
12 to 37 1-2 cents: T willed Kersys, manninectured at the August:
English French and American Prints, from Mnuamrn 'npn
6 1-4 up; GogaSrpsadOnbr',Cto an
Satin Talmas of new and benutiful styles; WieadclrdBikilng tcwl
Ladies Cloth Cloaks, new and lat e styles; sl h.p
Colored Fringes, Pointed Gimips. and otherWhteanRibnbodBlntalqai
Trimmings, great variety; tisadszs
Plain and fig'd Cloths, light, fabrie for Ladies Ci lnes
Cloaks; re l.nganadHm Caetn
Black Th'libet, Bay State and embroided Sha wls: vrospitrs
Chimasetis, Frenmch worked Collars anid Under- osai ~urrt~n lo lts
sleeves, late styles; nlisamdCirn So;
noei, Threnid and Lisle Edgings and Insert- Cre as 'r ois vr n er a
ings, all quailit ies; l;s xrcsOt o oFnySa
Ladies aMerino anid Silk Under-vests: Clge ~mi n ot rseIo
KidSik nd~Vs~ Gove, orLaie, i e rga Sren Obsnabur, &C. to an
andean oCrehilkesdrgestcenl
PRICS, nd urcases my r-inassredtha evry rldep wilb; oda cepa a
bought in Wuitnta. nndxRibnaniuboindrepactfutly alliqiald
TIMUG ct 6 3ife 41,Iganad epCreig
-- TII~~arou patrsarlawul alda
Boot and Shoe 1~anufact Ry s and nti Dugt,or thoir cplothd sotin
~ hAVNG rmoyedtoete Stod ChildrnsShir
s.j~nn D.A.Carnnusp Bas Por ilonie 0vr an Ter Ta
WaterPri~' and ump ologande, GL Hi and , T of BrNe, Yor.
Tand Childrenomth es ad liieighy;e
(Q*ThseGodshae e prcasd inEd nuTerCAREit all the laWEST MAiRroEn
OR tE, and BESTchAerIAmo , ren anaredcthlt sver aril wll bNeI o a i he a cinb
lengt li Aysa nx'iatitnedespchangy soisc int-dfireed.yad we
R.M..MFULLTR
Nov. and Sh f "Manufact iselan usBok,
~~ N. B - And three aretye to ear tor lteeCep iiatra so spulse
heSo akin iuiness. lAs appl Tsaos' s wl salread el eetdSio rs
Drn tireas sua,,Iamcre
Cae oatorersipeDes oble ThiStokolPeTDdUI i h lr
('ate POroC RON SOd~PampAKO s h ttcossigofaltepoua o
U)f the eyly ofS MtATERo A L cs, nin srg he lsexpceell-tasrtet fth b
ere will alswarsnted.a xesv sormn.fwa ctunet nhndv
Alof nER T'han in hatg aieto hrOT wihaond Gias ilnolo, ai
ITIOES, Bridlesn arnun ethre, whics,'h ill bes onponSxHrs
WM..MEVOT
Nov. 1g6Ap l 2 441 EO ONS LTNS LAELTBN
be Shoe-maingcburineo.tPleaaenpplyisoon
r ORROBINSON k B JACKSON LTS c
rascin HfAMBR .C lo nasrmn fMsclMrhni
oGenerlwardwarmongswiesys, STIG, lay n ad
rhere All tillaaoweyarticles illxbensole foroCtmhno
200ER TEisN and Sweat lin, gooogpetbhGOer.OAwithBOS
5nddle, Br nidls, BarnasstreeherAuruksaWhips
50. Dnc. CelisAe,
5 L Suerir SrawCuters ITT TiR l FRN STOsrie wouldT cl-T~
Tileeo ad thrsmae fViesan Avils A te(ntn to terOYnddaLsrten
-ALLStyES ~- Bots ShoeA TNO F CartE B,
PlansSaw, Cises, crcrs.Tins OAR 66 an rOcv theromAL TClt
M.~anuGnts.r~ies ibcss, & oys, Youzts a
Powdr Fasks CotonstidWoolCars. Ine. G a i C .,fNwYr.
Wel hels Kttos SewI'ns AdThe ares tmat from bhe beotganthoogle
Fryng ans Grd~iona 1Innners Iltobt medu mAstewth l cotha et impY rTICemet
FacsWaer ad atlelinsCadl Sicsusally ketnte lARgeTD Bot aid Shoe vaores.
Stlyads MakianGgee.spirtfLveshiAs c vin Iens fo0gaiy n7we
ATheirousOKShovelsATndNToYgdepScrew
PlatesnCmiatses, humgPLAN ATION BiRetOGANS
GuaesProrihooA l and USE sERVANTos' BOs
CapsA&C. All ofthe Chep lletre ason otasoabled
aasr, pi 2 f 1 tells. alrend el eetdSoko t
Augnsty, ct 12 - t 3
.1. LEL1IO~l~ abut sx yarsold forte n h ate, cr.nGistins oof l tela Sdnts
md haf hndshig, wth blz n hs foeand t es Marees, yarats mo.eaeprs
ipprais7dNat Mftyidollars.ed e erywA.
Gi~eDieyou Att lon! The lsT R eve edire t otenatoy Tthy
Aec'untwil cofera stiig avo onthefourhing israns, vin hduc viws:oco
~,,sei1c y mmditel pyig tp hesaeisoxtaind, Grmum.tar s teiolin elo, orlati
artur ndugene CNNT, ~t~Mt~T ~T net s, O PCon.pon't ailt o nd
no xpctd.Enug sid Mne i watI an. A cclbeorenlseTaerre es
M. W. CLAILYFLUTG. &. PNAn.
Cto, ad ware, aot whi 7 may be 4
DR. A. G. ThAG lJ E,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
T AK ES this method of returning his thanks to
his friends and patrons, for the patronage ie
has received in the sale of Drugs, Medicines,. &c
Ile is now receiving an addition to his already
extensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chginicals,
Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop Purniture, &fc.
THE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,.
for Medicinal purposes,
Fine Cigar and' Tobac c
PERFUMERY
Of-his own and Northern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, Hair, Hat, Shoe and Tanners Brushes'
Tinctures & medicinal Compounds,
made under his own supervision in strict
accordaree with the U.S. Disp'ry.
The most Reputable N1ostrums,
All of which he will sell at prices that will compare
favorably with any Southern market. Tiense wish
ing to purchase articles in his line will do well- t
call and examine his Stock and prices.
Edgefield C. I.. Jan 22 tf 3
JOSEPH WHILDEN,
DEALER IN
AND.
SHIP CHANDLERY,
No, 60t Zest-Bay, opposite P. & N. ank
CuaR.ss-ren. S. C.
H E keeps etmuzstantly for sale it general assort
ment of PAINTS and OILS of all kinds,
Window Glass and Sashes,
Spts. Turpentine, Camphene, Spirit Gas,
Tallow, Grindstones, Cordage,
Chain Pumps, Glue, Packing Tarn,.
Cotton Foot Gin Fixtures, and J3ruahies of variousr
kinds.
Charleston, Nov. 1 Gm 42
GEORGE SINCLAIR,
COLT3tBI., S. C..
STEAM ENGINE BUILDER
Aund Boiler Baker.
ALL kinds of Flour, Grist and Saw Mill Gear
ing- and Shafting made and warranted to per
form equal to any in the State.
Dr. R. T! M Is, at Edgefield C. II., is authorised
Agent to make contracts.
Nov. 2, 153. ly 42
CHERRY PECTORALC
For the rapid Cure of
CO(CGIIS, COLDS, IIOARSENESS,
BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING-COIGII,
CROIUP, ASTIIJA, AND
CONSlIM)PTION.
70R A COLD AND COUGH, lake It morning. non,
and evenuing. according to dlireLinins onh thi- h.uie. and tihe
dfaculry will anon be remonved. None will l..ng smaller trvim
this ironbie when they find it can he so readily euired. Per
wn amnicted with a sented enugh. whIch breaks them af
their resl at night. will find, by taking- the. l'EP.RT PEUC
TDR AL on goling to bed, they may ie sure or snund, us
blanken sleep, and cunseque'ntly refreshing rest. Great relief
fronm suffe ring, and an ultiaie care. i'siffrded to thousands
who are thus afmicted, by this invaluable remedly.
Yrnm lbs aere.eble effket tu these cnses, mraniy find thar.
selves unwiliing So fitego It. use wihen thec neceascity for it
has ceased.
From two eminent rhyslelans in
Favemara.x, Ta~ev.. A pril16. 185.'
Ft. :-We' have given your ('hb-rty P-cltoral anm estemisive
trial in aour practice. and'find it lto surrpasa every oilier rein
edy we have for curing aifrectikn of lie' re-splratorv orvaras.
DRS. DIE.MEPR & lLuiPTON.
ABTDnir Is ge'nerally mneh relieved, and often wholly
cared hy Curmany Prroaiat.. Bul there' are some eases so
nbsudrate a en yield entirely to no medicine. Cherry ree
trat will eurt them, If they can he cured.
RPONCHITIS, or Irritainn eof the tlhroat anal upper per
tin~n of the' iungs. nmay be cured by taking Cherry Peetaral
in small arid fregnaent doses. The unenmfortable oppresioa
Is snon rel~eved.
Rev. TPneL T.asrso, of Frrmeklyn, N'ew Tork. states:
-" I have 'een the ('herry Pe'taerni eure such enes oft Asthnma
.ad Prnehitls na leads me to be'lie've it ear, rarely fail lo
core thns. diseae.s.
FOR CNOU.-C~ive an emitle oft antimony. to be followed
lay lar;;e and fr.-qenet aliases of rha- C'he'rry Petnral. untIl It
suibdue's the diease. If taken it seae, it will not fall to
cure.
I'WHOOPINIG COUGH may be lareiken up and soon eared.
by the uise af ('berry l'ectozei.
THE INFLUENZA Is speedily removed by thia remedy.
Narmi rnus instiance's have bee'n noticed where whole lamillee
wa-ra- prut'cte'ad frm anyr serirues censequenzces., while their
neitghaa re, without the Cherry Doetoral, were suffering froma
ihe disease.
Stt.EM~ (ar, o, .Tune 11, 1858
iPr..T. C'. Aypa:-T write in infaorm vou of time truly re
markable' effec't of your CilEP.1T PE C'ltrHA L In this place,
atead in may "wnt family. Oine ofnm daughters was eanplee
ly cured in three days of a dre'adftil M hoanping Cough, by
itaking It. Dr. Means. one of acnr very beet phaysiclans freely
states thrat he enidene It the heist re'medty we hare for pal
inaniary dis.aasees. and that be has cured more enses of Croup
with it thuan any aiter rmediclne ha' everadmini.ered.
Ouar clerryman of the Bnptist Chuarc'h ays that during the
man of linfle litre this aaannn he has seen cures from
vicar medicine he could arcelys have believed wIthout- see
From the diatngnished Profeesor ofChemistiryand Meateria
Medics. flowwanin Cnllege.
.AR a .ar:-r have flutnd the Cherry Pectoral.a its'ligrs
dients show, a powerful remedy for colds, anad enueghi, aald
ptulmonary disnaes P. CLETELAND, N. D.
flralek, MaIne. Feb. 5, 153.
D r. Yat.astera: Mtrrr, the widely celebrated Professor of
Surgery In the Medical College. New York City, says:
" It gives me phaeaiure to certify the value and efilenty of
"AYEIt'$ (CH11l.RY P'ECTOJRAL," which I consider p.
cuilarly adapted to cure diseeasesa of the Thrnal~and Lag'.'
aCures of severe dlseases upnn the Lunge have been effected
by Cherry Pectoral In such extreme cases as warratt the be
lie'f thai a REMEDY HAS AT LAsT BEEN FOUND
that ens be depended on to cure the Coughs, Comlld and ('on
samptn whieb carry taren nuar mist thaousands every' year.
It is Indeed a medicine to which the aftilcteda can look with
cenideance air relief, and they should not fall to avaIl them-.
selves of It.
Prepared and sold by JAMES C. AYER, Practi
cal and 'Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass..
Sold in Edgefield by G. L. PENN, and by Drug
gi'ts and Dealers in Medicine everywhere.
At'aWhtolesale by Hlavit.snD. RtstraY & Co., Au
gusta. Ga., and Charle'ston S. C.
Fe b22 lOt 6
B ROW rN' s
Essence of Jamaica Ginger,
rf'HIS ESSENCE is warranted to possess, in a.
. cneentrated form, nil the valuable properties of
JA MAICA GING ER, and will be founed, on trial, ant
excellent Family Medieine. It in particularly recom
mended as a tonic, to persona recovering from fever or
other diseases, a few drops imparting to the stomach,
a glow and vigor equal to a wine-glassfnl of brandy
or other stimulant, without any of the debilitating
eflects which are sure to follow the use of lignor of
any kind ; and it is therefore especially serviceable to
children andi females. To the aged it will prove a -
great comfoirt; to the dyspeptic, and to those who are,
predisposed Io gout or rhteumattic affectionus, it gives.a
great relief; and to the inebriate who wishes to rse
form, but whose st'omach is constantly craving the.
noxious liquor, it is irnvalable-.-giving tone to the,
digestive orgatna. and strength to resist temptation
and is consequently a great agent in the cause of
temporanee.
Casution.
Persons desiring an article that can he relied apo
preparedl soleiy fronm pure .JAMAICA GINGER, shou&
be partieular to ask for " Brown's Essence of JamMA
ca Ginger," which is ivarrantedt to be what it is rej
resented, and is prepared only at FRED'K BROWWV
Druig and Chemical Store, N. E. corner Chetnut aa'
Fifth Streetp, Philadelphia.
-Directions accompany each bottle.
For sale in this Village by G. L. PENN, Agent.
May 4 17 16
Fresh and Pure Garden Seeda
J UST Received a large and well assorted supply'
tof GARDEN SEEDS from the cclebrated
Seed Establishment of Comstock, Ferre & Co..
warranted fresh and pure.
If you wish, to hnve your Garden well stoeked .
with choice Vegetables next year, you have nothing
to do, btut to get a supply of these Seeds,anntke yone
ground rich, planlt at the right time nacultivato
properly. G. L. PENN, AGF.r
Dec 21 tf 49l
Hamburg & Edgefield P'k Roads
T HE PL~ANK ROAI) from IHamburg to Edgo
L field is now comipleted and open for the publi
.I1. A. KENRICKC, Pree.
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