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SPEAK IN TONES'oF INNESS;
Ever speak in tones of kindness
To the sad and weary heart ;
Never let an unkind answer
Cause the bitter tear to start.
For how many spirits broken,.
Crushed benea',h a worla of care
Have been cheered by kind words spoken,
Giving strength the load to bear!
None the human soul can tthom!
None its mysteries explore!
'iis a wonderful creation,
Launched on Time's eventful shoro;
.And while earth its wings shall traminek
Few the pages we may read';
But in glory may we view it,
When from mortal vesture frced.
Like an instrument, of musie,
It is delietely strung.
Then never leta note of sorrow
From its tender strings be wrudng.
But may gentle works awaken
Sounds of joy, and peace, and love,
SucI as angel choirs are breathing
In the courts of light above.
Then ever speak in tones of kindness
To the sorrow-stricken heart,
And never let a word, or action,
Cause the bitter tear to start;
For how many spirits broken,
Bowed beneath a load of care,
Iave been cheered by kind words spoken,
Cheered their daily cross to bear!
Al".5ft anfD-0- .
The man who commences early in lire to
praetice economy is always a successful man.
Those who take care of cents soon have
dollars. The small unnecessary expenditures
are what keep so many men poor and at
toil all their lives. It is really astonishing to
findliow few men and women think it a
(uly to be economical when the world goes
smoothly and prosperQusl.v with tjei. While
it is rare to find a perspp who- would not
wish to be rich, it is easy to find persons,
with abundant opportunities, who will not I
strive to be independent and prepared for the
little vicissitudes of life.
Some love display, and will even run into
(it to gratify their foolish passion. Others
go on the principle of living while they can,
and banish all thoughts of.bad times, sickness
or old age. Others again contract bad or
expensive habits, andrather than Make an
attempt to get rid of them, stlbmit to their
tyranny, and deceive themselves with the
plea that they are necessary to the full en:
joyment of life. But the full enjoyment of
life consists in living wisely and rationally.
Tmnsient pleasures can be purchased too
dearly,,.and for hours of riotous enjoyment,
days and months of missery and pain may
be the fruits.
Ile will enjoy life most who moderates his
desires andbconomizes the rewards of his
toil: He wvill be freer from apprehensions,
and will have less regrets to disturb his hap.
pier moments. No one may anticipate that
his path through life will be lighted by con
tintual sunshine. T1his year may be a pros.
perous one; the next may be the reverse.
The mechanic who row has abun~dant work
and good wvagems cannot tell wvhether these
wvill or not lbe permanent. H~e knows not
howv soon his health miay fail, and his little
famtily be without n provider. And so it is
et~ every one who earnas his bread by his own
Labor. It is, therefore, their duty to be
economieul wvhile all is going well with thenm.i
No matter how small may be the satvinag
eatch week, it will atmount to a pleasant little
sum by the end of the year.
The habit of saving too, when once acquir
ed, will work wvonders. Economy has a
most salutary influence upon the character ~
ot. mien and of~ families. It is a promoter of
all the virtues. It enceourages industr~y,
overcomes evil temptations, and producesC
feelings of~ independence and self-respect.
N. Y. Sun. C
. A Free Fight,.
The folloing amnusing apologne is intend. r
e-1, we suppose, to apply to the Turkish disats. 0
ter at Sino(pe--the Russian " bear," the 0
Iritish, "'lion," the French "'cock," and bi
Tu-kish5 " tuke," being respectively tvpi- e
flied: ' -
"Once thar was a bar tuck a phansy that
he'dI like to ea&t a gang of turkeys, s'o be sot.
to work to pick a quarrel with the he~ad gob~ I
bler~ of the flock abo~ut soilte of-his dome~stic
affairs. The gobbler 'rowed it was none of c
his business, and said he'd.not he'dictated to,
not by no bar that ever walked .on four legs.~
Tlhe bar said he didn't want fo-make no dis
turbance, anid he hoped the turkeys wvould'nt| pt
oblige him to ring none-of their necks off, ol
but they must do as lio wanted 'ein to, or|
he'd make 'em see sights. The turkey said tvo
he was willen to do what was right, and h
that he'd never done nuthin' else; but he
would be hurried under' iii owrr roost -pole
before he'd allow the bar or anjbody else o4
to interfere with his concerns.N
A bout this time along etum a lion and a D
rooster. They sed it wouldn't do for them be
to let the bar eat up. t'he turkeys, or the*
next thing they'd know he'd be pitchin' into n
them. So the lion ax'd, "is this a free ad
fight C' The turkey told him "it are." He by
said he was imposed upon by the bar, and of
im the tought he was right, they might see be
hmout. " Stand your ground, old boss," -
ses the lion, atnd " count me in." VTe roos.
ter jined the lion, and bristled up on the side
of the turkeys. WVith that, the bar, not
mindin' either of them a feather, just jumps
right over into the turkey pen, and opened
his mouth wiide enough to swallow the
Th'le lion backed himself up in thte corner,
and, drappini' his tail between his legs, ax'd(
.-"are this a free fight ?" and thte bar told
mim " yes, it ar."
"Waal," ses the lion, "count rme lh'out."
What become of the turkeys nobody don't
kntow yet; but if the bar didn't eat '('m up,
nteck and gizzard, it wvas because Ito found
'emn tuff'er than he thought they wvar.
STe lion and the rooster made a terrible
to do about the circumstance, but thtey tuck
monstrous good care to keep out of the reach
of the bar'."
There is considerable poit in all this.
A FRNCserr.Ia ast) irrs BAD MEMrORY.
A Frenchman wh'Io knew very little English
got into a difiicultv withi an Englishmatn
who insisted on fitghting it out. The French
mani agred to thtis, but wvished to know
waheshould say if he should got beaten. .
Being told that ho must cry out " enoug'h,".
they set to. The Frenchman, however for- Aj
got the word, and criedi out, as he heard -
some of the bystaniders (do, " Hurrah ! hur- Ra
rall !" To his astotnishmnent, the English. i
man pounded all the harder. This caused ~
monsieur to go to work in such good earn-. Ha
est, that the Enlishman sootn cried out -
"enough !" " Say dat again," said the
French, " Enough, enmough !" cried he again. ]j
i'The Frenchman in turn exclaimed " Dat is A
the very vord I was trying to say long tame nali
ngo ." I ..
SPIUNG FLOwERS.-There is nothing sc
delicate andsgracefslia's -the first fresh Hlow.
era of the early spring. A handful of thesE
bright and fragrant blossoms are noy.6po
the table before us, anudhow many old Mnem
ories do they revive, and how ninny .iope
of the future do they waken! Here is the
violet with its blue eyes of beauty .and its
sweet breath of fragrance-modest and'pure
" A violet by a mossy stone,
Half hiddeni from tihe eve.
Fair as a star when oniy one
Is shining in the sky !"
and the dainty jessamine with its dewv blts.
soms-simple in their loveliness, cliairfi)rg
in their simplicity. And here are other and
more lowly flowers, equally sweet and fresh
"Like morning roses, newly washe.1 in dew."
Blessings on the the flowers and on those
who love them ! There is nothing on the
green earth better worth loving than all
things else-except woman-than the buds
Wherever seen, they lend beauty and
grace and attra-tiveness. The Poetry of
the Earth hav'e they been well called. With
out them, how sterp :and sad would be the
face of Nature, how ]6iely rd harren.
Among the sisterhood of flowers there are
none which possess such simple loveliness
as the wildwood flowers-those' that spring
up in secluded glens, lowly vallies,and up.
on the hills. They breathe the sweetest
spirit of the country landscape. They re
mind you of the " lotg ago," of the sunny
days of childhood, of tie innocence and pu
rity of early youth. They touch the heart
like poetry. Doubly dear are they for the
memories and-associations linked with their
beauty; and it is on this account that
"--the meanest flower that blows may give
Thoughts that do often lie too deep for tvars."
Georgia H ome Gazette.
THE LADy s MAN.-Ilis face is exter
nally wreathed with unrmeaniIg smiles, and
when lie addresses a lady it is always in
such astrain of absurd nonsense tl.it we
often have been surprise4 .that a lady armed
with a fan and so addressed did not brain the
animal on the spot. If the lady's man does,
by any possibility possess the'least of com
mon sense, he takes special paIns to conceal
it, for somehow he has-taken it into Ris wise
,head- that enpty senti'mientality and absurd
nothings are the only- offeringst for the fe
male rrind. And, in order., to be true to
vhat he conceiy'es. to bd te,. entertainment'
and amusement of the ladies, ie turns tri
tor to manhood, anid so becomes epicenie
himself, without a just claim to be classed
with either the male or the female sex. His
best qualities are those which he possesses
im common with certain kinds of dogs-to
fetch and carrv.
Ladies who laugh in their sleeves at tie
fool, may not object to the attentions of the
servants; and so out of mere commisseration,
miay allow him to carry a fan, or escort L
them to the opera, when thre men *f their
acquinrtance are not accessible. The La
dy's marn is sulictienitly rewanrded for atten
dinrg them through a whlle evering's enter.
tairnent if they will only drop a smile into
ais hat at parting. With this surbstarntiarte
Jlessinig lie is encouraged to future exertions
a this wild field of rmusculirne ambition. If,
Sman's duty to a lady' consisted in picking
pa dropped pocket braurkerc.hief anrd fanrs,
>r twirling her round to the point of giddi
tess and exhraustion in the walhz, wve should,
>erraps, envy thre accomnplislruent of thre
adly's man.-N. 0. Delta. * ]
WHlAT PLEAsURE IT is '-o PYr ONE's
)Errs.-l renmmber to have heard Sir TI.
avttletoni make thre samre observation. It
cems to flow fronm a combination of -criru. s
tanrces each of which is productive of lheas
re. In the first phlce, it remoives thatt uri.
asiness which a true spirit feels fr-om depen
..nce and obligartionr. It a ffor-ds pleasure to
ie creditor, and therefore gratifies our so. A
ial atfectiorn. It promotes that future con- '1
tier ci which is so very i'nteresting~ to arn
onrest mrindl ; it opens a prospect of being
adily supplied with whrat wye want oar fuiture .
ccasions; it leaves a consciousness of our f
wn virtue ; and it is a mea~sure we know to
e right, both in point of justice arnd of sound -
ornm. Finlly, it is thre main support of
Youxo mann, be not discouraged, thro' dif
~ulties sometimres gather thick round thee.
rave them like the sturdy oak, which for
mtiuries has stood-ngainrst the stormrs and
mrpests chat have &ihreateiekits destruction. [
hing to the right--abhor and tturn from tire
ronig, arid with decision nf clraracter arndt
mrsose, pursue thry wvafe-gainst allppprosmng I
ustacles ; your worth will soon be known ; thm
nfidence will be reposed ini ou arid your thr
ty will be clear to Ironor, prosperity and fmr
TuHE New.Iersey Conference of tlB 3 eth fr
ist Episcopal Church is still itn session at .In
tw Brunswick. Oar Saturday thre Rev. c
-.loldich addressed thre Conference on
Ialtr of thre Amnericatn Bible Society,an
is followed by the Rev. Geo. Shreldon, tire
ent for Newv Jersey-. A resolution w'as
Dpted expressing thre great satisfaction felt Di
the Conference at thre happy termiinationr
the property question, so long in dispute 1;
ween thre North arid Sooth.
- CANDIDATES, r
JULIUS DAY, totr
JAMES$ EIDSON- cop
WM. QUATTLEISUM, - sr
1'or Tax Collector
M. B. WHITTLE, :. cd
LIE E HOLSON, . ---
BAltNEY LAMAR. :'.
A. Rt. ABLE.
TH'IEOPHJILUS DEAN, C
WESLEYT WER'TZ. A
It. T. WRtIHT,
JOHN W. s3HTH'1, Stef
W. F. DURtISOE, -be'a
ror Clerk. next
THTOS. G. BACON. iep
Wanbl t(d .cant
Ethe Subs'crib~er, a tirst rate MILCHT COW _C
with a young Calf, for which a lber;l prnie
Ie pad .IL W.A LD)O.
r-il 19 tf 1
gs and Beeswai Wanted.
ANTED) Onre hundred Thousand~ Pomrtnds
of e-ach. R1. L. GENTR Y.
rmurg, A pril 20, tf ,. .'P I -
E VIINSAccodeon. Fltions, re, deathI
'lelets, lianjos, TI'aunljouriiis. Iltntes, &-c. and i
, Violin Strings, best Italian, just received prtser
r seby MaltA.GllLY
,nt Mar. - ttf It M
Edgefield Male Academy,
T' IS Institution is opeiled for anothier year un'
the contril of. h1r. J. GREGG LEITN I
our last'ycar' Toneher.
The cXperience'of a twelvemonth has illy sm
fled is tiat no- iore competen younI. geitth-m
can be found in-theState than the one now at 1
head of oe 'Aeideny. The best proof of this
the peneral katisrnetion 'given by him .last yes
backed by the additional fact that his School, at t
termination of its first week fur the second 3c
numbered 43 Pupils.
The Trustees desire to assure the Public ti
their. united eflrts will be given to the cause
their School, and a catinued and complete superv
sion will be exercised by them over its progress.
Mir. LrFITSr Will in a shor1t t.ime lrocure a fi
rate Assistant, alind aiv number short of four ,ieo
can then be well attenled to. -
The Buildiig is in conihrtable condition, havih
three large fire-places (one in - each (if tie larg
rooms,) and beitng well supplied with convenie
'tables and nrm-chnlcirs of the. best finish.
Once more we appeal to the people of Edgefie
and the adjoiining Districts, for their ceuragene
of oir earliest endieavors to es:alibsh a first ra
For the Classical Departneat, per annum,. .$36.(
" Ilidher Eng. s " " ...32,0
" " Ordinary " " " "
Capitol boarding to be hiad in pleasant families.
GEO. A. AIJDISUN,
R. T. 5111JS.
.Tan i1 tf 52
I EM 0 V A L
Boot and Shoe Manufactory
1HA*ING removed to the Stor
. adjoining Dr. A. G. TEAGUE?
l)rug Store, as usual, I am pre
p-ared to make to order, Fine Dress, Double Sole(
Water Proof and Pump
Boots and Shoes,
Of the very BEST MATERIALS, and an excel
lent fit always warranted.
Also. on hand a large variety (of BiOOTS an<
SIloES of my own manufaeture, which will b
disposed of on reasoiable terns.
Nov. 16 tf 4.1
1g N. B -Wanted, three apprentices to learn
he Shoe-making biusiness. Please apply soon.
ROOTS AND SHOES
AT THE IRON FRONT STORE OPPOSITE. TE
Kasonic Hall, Augusta, Ga,
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Carpet Bags, &c.
A RE now receiving their FA LL STOCK of
cenits.Ladies, Misses, BUys, Youths and
Children's SihOES of the
Aid the best tiat can be bought.
Our Assortment conaiiis E\ERY ARTICLE
usual:y kept in the largest Bot and Shoe Stores.
-ALL VARIiETIs OF
A ND 1O USE SER VANTS' SHfOES
All of which we will sell on the most reasonable
Au.rusta, Oct 12 tf 39
Pair Hoane snade Plantationi
I ARNESS. SO~I. AND) UPPER LEATTIER.
oFi A 1.1. ni KseRtIriTioXB.
['anners, NTeats Foot and Lamp Oil.
SIIOEMA KERS' FINDINGS.
it the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
Jutly 21 tf 27
'resh and Pure Medicines, &c.
Family Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
-coNsis-rise iN rurr OF
ulphcate of Qcinine, l'uce 'ill aluss,
up. Carbionat-: if Soda, Caliomiel,
lenry's Cat. Slagnesa, Crenam of Tartar,
iilphaete of .\harphine, lodhide if Po'tas'seum,
l umi's Ehlx ir' of Opiumr, Fa bntestiock's Vernmifnge,
hioompaa's Eye' \%ater, .\leA listar's Oiinment,
heeseana's ld.un, vianis' Laniects.
Norwoodccal's 'eratrumcu V~iridfe.
nid a full suppitly of miocst all thce inaeuar Patent
led icintes of thei dlay', .all of whieb are war'ranltedl
cc fromn adulteration.
G. L. PENN. A GEN'r.
Oct 2' tf' .;
ST1ATE 01" SOIJTI I CAIlOLINA.
Aitnon Lindseyv anch ) Petit ion for the nppli.
Stewart Hlarrison, eation of fund, to thce
vs.sairti ictiotn of Phduii
Wm~t. iH. hIarrison. J t ills' Jutdginient.
) N hearing the petition ri' Comnplacinant s, A.
Lindsey1 and Stewn'rtI llarrision, as amenided,
th leave, anmd on stiisthetory evidenmce shewtn
mae, that the Defendan utt William II. Harrisotn,
s itken up Iris ptertmanent residence beyonrd
a limnigs of' this State, atnd the jurisdictioni of'
s Coutrt, ottnmotiotn of' ir. AI btey, Sol'ettor
'Petitioncers, It is ordered, that ther said Wa.
Harisont do appear, :and plead, answer or
rnar toi the said Pietiliti waithin, three months
mn the 4pubhlieationm hereof, and that on his
lure so to do, cc Deerc'c and Judgmient, piro
cjesso be rendered na::inst him.
*A. SD3IKINS, C. E. E. D. e
Peb 24 - 3m 7j
STIATFE O1f SOU'i' CAROLINA, I
vis, Kalb & iFanning,
m'e'a i;t. ~ ' Deci. ia Attachment.
iki::s, IKaiht & Co.,
r s. ~ aDecl. in Att achmeant
.vley Wh.'lite. I
ll IC Plaintihs ini the alcove cases having this dav
tiled their Jecharationsc in my (Jlice, anda thet
*'endant ha~vinrg ieith--r wife ntor A ttornerv known i
eside waithin the limuits of ibis State, on whom r
les of s-tid D~eclaratiuons widi ru!es toi ple'adca
servedl On Mlotion of Mtessrsc. 1.wurrn &
'i.s, Attorneys for Plaintifl: Ordered thart saigd
'endlant appear atnd plead to said D eclaration~s 'c
iin a year andi a ,day tromi thre date hereof' or in'
tilt thiereoif j udgmrenit will be given againmt hron. ; di
TilOS. U. A CON, c. r3. n. 1
iT.LATE OF SOUITII CA ROLiNA, *"
IN EQUITY. e
oster' & Core and 1
brain Martin, b et
is R. Garrett & oh/
Purstunnec of anu Or'der' cf Chancellor Dargan i
n thiseause, all and singnarai the Creditors of set.
lhen Gar'rett. Jlr., deo'dl., are hereby requtiredl to'
urd appear before me, in imy Orlhee, at Edgefield car
t I louse, on Wednmesdayz' thle 24th, dccy oft May
then and thm'e to uma~ke due proiif of' the~ir
etive debts and deiccncls against the sacid |m
lien Garrett,-and such of' thei said Creditors as;g
aciame im an' prove thceir resbweeive debts otn I
aya above menctioned , will Ice excluduedl from rail -
Sts'of thae decree io be proanonnieed ina this
A. SlMIEINs, C. EC. E. I).A
tmm'i-s. Office, Mar 18, 1S54. 10t JO
Petit Gulf Cotton Miced. C
ST received a sutpply of New Genutine PETIT (
ELF[ COTION SEED,--for sale by
.J. SIBLE Y & SON, and
mbiurg, Feb 20 tI' 6
lndep'encdent. r'ess copy 4 times.
,L Persorisc indeb'ecl. y the Estate of M1. F. .
I lollingtsworith, dee'dI., Ip to the timne of his ntal
are r'equetedi to make imcccned iate paiyanem. ' ncr
cise ha~vm d czcemra nds arrainrst said Esiate ili nrecr
t themli ipropierly attiested. .I-law.
I). F1. IIOlLLINGSWO)IITIL, Acmc'or.
if 11 IO
Wolfe's Schiedam Snapps,
IE Undersigned has just received. in connee
tiiLon with other CHOICE LIQUOllS. a larg
- lot of WN(I-FE'S AROIATIC SCIlElDAA
"n SCIINA PI'S direct from Ilolland. Th'is medicin
lie is highly reconniended for medical purposes. and a
a beveragre to those who indulge in, any thing i
r, the line of Pure Holiagld, has never been excele
le by ainy thing offered in this country. It cotes it
r, quart bottles and can be had fioma the Subscribe]
in any quantity.
Scotch WHISKEY pure. Choice COGNA C
?RANDY, H-ollaid GIN, pure aid eloice, Mla.
deira WINE, old and fine, CH AMPAIGNE
WINES, hoice brands. A splendid assortmnent ol
West India Fruits, Raisins, Nuts, &c,
I g With a few Barrels New Crop Orleans Mlolasses
and a few boxes superior Sperm Adanitine Can
it des. These with a general assortment of FA.\li
LY GOCEPIUES previously in Store, inkes lis,
d Stock very complete, till or any part of which wil]
i be soli low. S. E. IOWERS.
e llanburg, Jan 2 tf 51
EORGE ROBINSON & 11. B. JACKSON
0 ' have sssociated themselves together, for the
transacting of a
General Hardware Business,
Under the style of RolinsoN & JACKSON, llanIburg,
where we will always keep an extensive assortement
of EVERY TIlING in that line, together with
Saddles, Bridles, I larness, Leather, Truilts, Whi ps,
-Hiamburg, April 27 tf 15
ROBINSON & JACKSON,
HAMBURG S. C.
HAVE now on ha"d a most complete Stock
3! of Hanrdware, amiongst whichk may be
200 Ton English and Sweed Iron,
500 Kegs Nails,
20,000 Lbs. Castings,
50 Doz. Collins' Axes,
75 Brades' PA.ent Hoes and others,
5 " Superior Straw Cutters,
20 " Spades and Shovels,
10 " Rnkes,
Tilletson and others make of Vices and Anivills,
Trace, Halter, Log. Fifth and other style of Chains,
A complete Stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery,
-ALL STYLES OF
Plains, Saws, Chisels, Screws. Ilinges,
Knobs, 1Bellows, Bitts, G uns,
Pistols, Shot Bags,
Powder Flisks, Cotton and Wool Cards,
Well Wheels, Kettles, Stew Pans,
Fryirg ahins, Gridiris, Ilamniers. l iitehiets,
Tacks, Wafer, and Waffle Irons. Candle Sticks,
Steelvrds, Marking Gunges. Spirit Levels,
Aidions, Shovels and Tongs, Screw
I'lates, Compasses, Thum
anmburg, April 27 - tf 15
50 IIITD-l. SUGAR, Also 50 Barrels STEW -
A ItT'S do.
200 nags COFFEE.
25 H lids. MOLASSES,
200 Coils ROPE, some very superior.
100 BMles Gunny and Dundee BAGGING,
30 Whole, linif and Qnarter Bhils. No 3. No 1.
aid Iless MACKEREL, also Kits,
" A nil w would ALSO state," that we hiaxe a file
iBlankets, Negro Cloths,
PRedstiands, Chlairs, Saddles, Ostnabur-.s, Stripeis,
Iron, Nails. (ils, Witte Lenid. Slut. Ilair Lead,
Samlt, Cheiese, Powder, Sonip, Ilice,
Bacon. & e., &c., &e., ..
A nd in faict, every article usuailly fiiund in a Gro
eery Store. J. SIBLEY & SON.
I lamb~ui g~ Nov 14, if 441
niilsI,? & :>m
For the rapid Cure of
00f!CdIS, COLDS, HO.ARSENESS,
CROIIP, ASTIIMiA, AND '
FOR A COLD AND COUGH, takeit moriig. inoon.
:ii- ,'i ini.tiieenrinig tm direeilinns iin thme tein, :n.e itt:.
dtitieiitiv wil sooni hei reiinovedt. Non.ie will i h-nciii-. froni
itn unii ithi a seatedt enn~igh, whti ch brnks themin
'tmi At1. 'ii goiin;: ti ed, thmey ruy bei s~ure r"f ,. ined.n
bruken i . nd enin rintnlyi refr.-hing el ietrle
:r-nent e gi :n uliinranterr ure.i urdet an timsl its
ii iii ur rictea lirect in e ru.e enser run ir rdnthem
'tves we ill irg cu frg it ueiii, whe iti e r. e'ereiy forut
i-f::-e have ym~i mtivnt or iciin Cherry Perrn n eti
rirat in't ur pracicem. and laii i' u urptit. r ohr et
dyweChveS for rrig itieelnu oftme thet pitor por-s
'ii '' (I, iiii~s i itt ' cirte. tiE.\it i t tirr eei rit
STH A rei e ern nhreee.i n- hn
Jred. by t.n T:::v 1.: of: . BuLt~n theweark so. enes: .
rIrn ill eur-- Ste itey enne'rt~i. cue. eeitA-i
BnetjCiiHITIS, rrte t n n t e trt cand rper putr
reitn of th lung, myh erdh ikty 'er Peoa
O CnXOUPndtrequ enttes. Tihne'nyorabe 'tetionc
Sur'ge tiien theiii.i hetiriy ofelrni (enrryuc enert of t .\ tn
ndOOrINcti UGHd li tolie oi:t init c nuniarel il to -
re ihnsiie mt berre''rt
THE INFLUENZA is speedQity reiinnvcet by this reitiedy.
iiintusm instnces luive tieeii notiicidtii wher thote turiih i
ere proteitedS from any serliia einnsequienciie, wilie iiieir ~
igthibirs, wIthout tie Cherry Pectornl, wire untfirintg frm i
S.urut. Omi, .hiine 11. 1..'l IeSt
Dr.J.. C..\.v':n:-T write to infirm v'u oif the. iriuv re.. ine
arkniSie itteet of your cit Ftt t ttl'Eui"' StA L. in ibiis (iine,. ott1
itt in iiiy iwni tiinity. One of my deite~iirs wa,' e'.nildet.1: ae
eiirrti in uhree days mor a dtrendifii When:iii ('niit. ly iir
kime IS. Ihr. .\ten. nne fli ''ur very he.I phtirinnSt freilyti
iiie ih:sS i he onsideirs it thme be-i remed we ve.n iihr iiub,
ania~ry dis.ases, aind int lie tins euired i in'or e..ses eof arou
Onir cter::ynain 'f the letitst C huirchay 5int uuuring the gre
Si Ef ifluenz1a hmere tiis senison, tie hits seeni iures froniipr
V. ours, respe.ctfiilly,
From the udistingishmed Prnfessor ofctChendstr3 and 3fameria ii
idien. Ttiwdloin Citleg.. -n
th:An suit:-t hauve fioundtl (thhrry Petrinrn.n iihts intgri- tem
'nis' shiiw, n tiiswerful remedvit fo.r entis. antdi congtt.un
kiuintry dlisiasi,. *jP. CLEVE-L.AN], .\. 1.
Dlriunswtick, .\niine. Feti.5I, InS.'Il
Dr. VAsiv:NTi' .\loTr, the widely celithrntied Professor or
rgery hi tie 3Medieal Cottege, New Yirk Cily, says: ti
IS gives ine ttlni.r toi certtfy thei vatlue nn-t efilency or
Y. htt l-.tIRtY P'ECTORAlL." which I ennsidler pii
iny attnytedl to cure idiseese of the Thlront unit Lnmg,."i rest
uires, of severe dliseases, uleim thec Lunes heave tieen efleted, Dr
(terry Pmie.'rn ini such extremc lee as wairranit lhe be-I f
iii en he deipendied rn to ennreliiS te'ughis. (eilt aiid IuniiF?
iii eioe a u-heine teo whtkh lihe unllicleit cnn btook with --
litenice th r relief, mind they shld not fl to avait tiem
1es iii it.
5repared and sold by JAMES C. ATER, Practi
.ind Anialyical Chiemist, Lowell, Mass.
old in Edgefiel biy G. L. PENN, anid by Drug.J
s nnd Dealers in Meidicine every where.
tnWholeesaile 1'hd i Linl. HlisLF.i & Co., An
a, Ga., anid Chuarlestuti S. C. J
IIEAI]TIFULI assiortment of FLO WET I
V.\SES, of lilTreret styles o~f BheianO and .Defe
nat Ware,--fanoy, gilt am~i fliwered. trict
Iso, fmne .Jewel Standus, Colognte Biottles, Cred
nird Tiays, Fruit Unaskets, Bird Ghasse~s, &e. Itrict
Iso, a great variety iif Gilt China Ortinimts nimi
Toys,--For sale low by J. A. G UHRLEY. idem;
prIl I. tf 19 .said.
LL Persons anywise indebted to the Estate of thle 2
.1'lhn Wise, mdeec'd., are hierebiy requested hio duep
e inmnedinte settlemnent, andi those htaving de.- andul
ils:ieninset sidl Estate will pien~se riender ini their ,andl I
tintst irthiwithm, pri'pily attistid . necoureling to imeti
SI)NiiY WVISi, r, deere
B. 1.A LLI (Cci'
THE GREAT KENTUCKY
DR. JOHN BULL'S
TIIS medicine, when used according to directions, will
. cure, without fail: -
or King's Evil,
of the Skin. Erveipelas,
Tumors, Chronic Sore Eyes,
Ringworm or Tetters, Scald 'lead,
Rheumatism. Pains in the Bones or
Joints, Old Sores and Ulcers, Swelling of
the Glands, SRyphills, Dyspepsia, Salt Itheum,
Diseases of the Kidneys, Diseases arising from the use
of 3lercury, Loss of Appetite. Pain in the Side and
Shoulders, General Debility, Lumbago. Coughs, Colds,
Dropsy. .aundice. Costiveness, Bronchitis, Weakness of the
Chest, Sore Throat, Pulmonari Affections, anti all other
Diseases tending to produce Consumption, Liver Com
plaints, Female irregularitles and Complaints, Low
Spirits, Sick and Nervous Headache. Night Sweats,
Exposures, or Imprudence in iafe, Chronic Con.
aUtutional Diseases, and as a Spring and
Summer Drink, and General Tonic for the
System, and a Gentle and Pleasant
Purgative, it is superior to Blue
Lick and Congress Water,
Salts. or Seidlits
It is a remarkable fact, that among the hundreds of
eminent physicians who have examined the recipe by which
Bull's Sarsaparilla Is prepared, not one has condemned
It. but all approved it, and commend it in the highest
terms. Many physicians express themselves strongly In
the Ielief that it is decidedly the best preparation of 8cr
saparilla that has ever been placed before the public.
Although there are many physicians whc feel a reluctance
to having their names appended to the recommendation of
any particular remedy, notwithstanding they may approve
of it in the highest degree, there are others who frankly
yield their support in favor of a remedy which they know
is capable of doing so much good in an afflicted com
munity. As an evidence, read the following from old and
respectable physicians, of high standing in the community
in which they live:
T E 8 T I K 0 N Y.
0_7 Testimony like the following renders snperflous all
comments or the efficacy of Bull's Sarsaparilla. From Dr.
L. P. Yandell, Professor of Chemistry in the Louisville
Medical College: I have looked over the list of ingredients
composing John lRl's Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
and have no he.sitation in saying that they form a safe
compound, and one that promises well in chronic disesases,
to which it is applicable. L. P. YANDELL, M. D.
Louisrille. June 6, 1848.
What Dr. Xlyles, physician by appointment to the LoUni
Ville Marine Hospital, says of Dul's Sarsaparilla :
Louisviur, March 20,1849.
I have examined the prescription for the preparation of
John Ilull's Sarsaparilla, and I believe the combination to
be an exellent one, and well calculated to produce an alter.
ative lumpression on the systent. I have used It both in
public and private practice, and think it the best article
of Sarsaparilla now in use.
31. PYLES, Mr. D.
Resident Physician Louisville Mlarine Hospital.
Lounoit, Kr,. April 26th, 1860.
Sm-Permit me to address toyou a few lines, and do me
the honor to reply to a request that I will make In the
conclusion of this letter, &c.
I am a graduate of Transylvania 3edical University; I
have practiced inedicine in this wilderness country, about
five y.ars. hut owing to exposure to bitter cold weather, I
have been minlsposeud with Acute lthreunratistn about six
mouths After having exhausted my skill in the treatment
of my case, and deriving no benefit, I was induced to give
your rL~UtD ExvTa~cT or SiUasAPAalLL~a a fair trial, and
accordingly purchased a bottle of yourmedicine from your
agent, Mir. George P'. Brown, about two weeks ago, and I
must confess that one bottle has entirely cured mse.
It is n: opinilon, that your preparation of Sarsaparilla
is decidedly superior to any other preparation now in use,
and I will take great pleasure In recomn'ending it to tihe
aillicted as being a remedial ant and I will advise the
physicians to use it In their practice &c,
Respectfully yours, i.B. ALLEN, M. D.
'Loms-r.x, July lath 1849.
I have examinedl the list of articles that compose John
Bull's Extract of Sarsaparilla. and I have no hestitation in
saying that It is a safe and valuable compound. I would
prefer It to any article now In use, for tihe diseases arising
from an iunpjure state of the blood or taint of the system.
I confidently recommumend it to my friendlsas being a power
ful Ext raet, and one that I believe will cure all classes of
diseasee, for wich it is recomnmended, if used according to
direc'tirons. I believe it to he a valuable succedaneunm to
3lercurry. -Nay, I have my douibta whether in the nmost
violent andl lrotractedl cases or Sy philis, accompanied with
Nodles Troplie. in cnries of tire bones, whether It ought
not to succeed every other re'inedy.
S. it M 'ONACHT.31 D.
Hlonorary Mfember of time Mii' .1 Society, P'hiladelphla.
D07 Iear, what Dr. Stapp, a pnysician who stands at the
top of his profession, 'any of John Ituili's Sarsaparilla:
I liar, been uing John Iluil's Sarsaparlia in a great
variety of chronic 'lienses. with the most happy etrects,
and I have no hiestirion in rrecnmendnlrg it to the public
for the cure nf rnerofulii, syphmils, anid tall cutneous and
glandular diseasses. Yourse, init fervently,
Le wlinwort, Ky., A pril tith, 18-19. WMi. STAPP, 3M.D. 1
Rev. E, W. SEHON, - Rev. E. STEVENSON. b
Co:<ctrtsrtz. - Tihe following is a verbatim copy of a
certihinte niw in the posession of the pnroprietor of Bull's
Sarsamirnrilli. Ji'v. E.~ W Sehon is widlely and generally
known, as an eloquient and neconmplishmei pastor of the 31.
Ei. church. annil ie,'. E. S:evenson ias. bjeen kniown as one
of the munost trilentel nte zealous rnenmbersi that the Ken
tucky C~onference could boast of for many years, anid at
this tin' is ilinig time high amid rcsponsiblestation of agent
for thle 31. Ei. hook Cornce'rn. (Jan the worid produce better -
or more s:itislhietory testmiony in favor of any unedicine ?
letrn'r testirniny titan was ever offered in favor of any
iedieime. .11ev. E. W. Sechon - trev. Ei. Stevenson :.
Loursvr.t.r., Many 20th, IS849.
W e have usedl Joi-n rill's Sairsnpairilla, and have known
it to be uti,. witheonr sailsfaction; and we have no
hostration ini stating our hoelief, that it is a lafe and
valualsle mnnllreal comnpounil, arnd calculated to produce
rrotch goodl anu relieve nauchm sufferinig; aind therefore
trouldi rheerfully and ust earnestly recommend it to tho
aillicted. E1. W. SEI10N.
(Signed) E1. STEVENSON.
We earnestly invite all persons who are suffering with
any of "tire ills thmat lieih is heir to," to call on Dr. John
Dull's agenr, and ge~t a copy of Bull's Family Journal
(Riis r; rind for tire sake of humanity, we hope that a
ringle individural will not be found unwiiiing to give Bull's iih
barnuaparilila a Tatar., after reading, amid recollecting, at the
anme tirnic that It is impossible for the Doctor to publish
hre tenth piart of the numober of.certificates of utoundlngt
urea perfrnied by his Sarsaparilla. The amount of tee- ent
inmony voluntarily showered on Dr. Dull's Sarsaparilla,
romt well known and distinguished individuals, both Inin
rubrlic and private life, has been perfectly overwhelming. ai
hlP Dr. Johnt Bull's Principal Office, west side Fifth da
treec drat door below Main, Louhsvu.L, Kr.
E' Foit salte in this Vilinge,onAecb G
PiCNN, D)ruggist.on gecb G
_'ep ___ ly 37 -
Essence of Jamaica Ginger,
'Ill8 ESSEM'E is warranted to possess, in a
, cnmcentmraitedl h'mrm, all lire valiuble properties of
MAICA tilNGER, anrd will lie fondn, on trial, an
lierrt Failyii Mtrhetirre. It is pneticularly recomn
ndied ne a ltnie, to persoirs recove'ring frorn fever or I
er dlisnise's, a feiv drrops imp~arrng Io tire sirrmruch
low noirn iror equalr tir a wirne-glssfmul rif bsranidy s
hirer stitonrl:irnt, withen~rt ainy of tire deiliitainrg~
cis whrichr ore stir' ton ftrllrw tihe use oh' ignor of
hrit in nd it is ther.refore espreially servielie to Sm
lrrn rndi femrrah-s. To tire ogetd it. n ili prove a ney)
al comitfort ; to thre tdyspeptjic, airr hr those who are pler
d irosed i r gont or rhe umatt ic a flei'on s, it givegs fror
at fre'iet'; anto thlie inebsrinite whos u' wi.ihes to re- wvill
mm. limt whiose siiimneh'I is cronstammtly craving tire
itrrs lignor. it is inv~aluahble-givinrg tone tom ire
'rstive oirgans. anrd strenrgih toi resist temptationi ; -
is crrnsutegnnty a grent agenrt ini the cause of
ersons dei'rmyrtL air article that can he relied uipton,
irdn sorlely ironm purreJAiMAICA GIN(ERI,shoruli
inriiular tor ask forr " Brown's Essence ofi Jama'
sinrger,'' wich is warrantetd tio e'hatt it isi ret.
ntd,ndn is preparedt oinly at FRLEDK IIROW :T
4i Stre'cts, Phiiladeliao.| feni
se r.:de ini this Village bry G. L. P'ENN, Agent. en
ay' d ly 15
STATE OF SOU"1TH CARLOINA, Icai
EDG;EFIELD SALE. plent
IN EQUITY. ~ - from
>li hnrinsfrord, Anr'tir of )~
C. ri. Glover, dee'd., I Cl
vs'. B, ill to set uip
D. Tibbertts, [Norigau, call ini
Iil. Warrdh~io, | Crcditors, ej.c.
s. F. Adamrs anud othiers J
Purstrminee tf te Order of CThan. Dargan in
bris ceiuse. ail aun1 sineulair the Cre'ditora of the Bim
irdirnt John~n Ii ill, ais lnte Ordirnary of thre Dis- A
of EM-:f~iebld-antd also ull and singular tire
itrs ofi Chrarkes ,J. Glov'er, late of the said Dis. nw
dceinsed'r,-ns well tho~se hainig demands 't
st him tpoin h i o ecounit, as throse haivinig .
tis agazriist imr asn one of the suretites of the
Slin lii ll, lnte Ordiniary' of thie. said Distriet
L'rnby' rt'iredi.r to Ihe aind appeanr befiore nie in ITS
flire at Erdgehield Coui't Ilrouse, on Thuirsday t at
5th dayv of' 'ulry next, then and therie tno make Streeti
roof of their respc'etiv'e debts and demands :--- jHle
uch'i of thne saird Ci'tiitorrs as fatil ho come in mond:
ri've' their resnpeg'liv'e detsi, on thce'aniy above i hr
irined, wilil Ire e'xe~n-led from all bsenefit~ of thie n mariny
L' oi be pt'rrronouned ini this enuhse,. thecni
A. SIMI'%NS. C. E. E. D. Ani
mnir'rs. OZ~l're . Aler'-h l .t95.l. I ft 10 I .Tani
PIANO-FORTES, BOOKS, MUSIC, &c.
TIlE Subseribers would called at
tention to their Splendid assortment of
Of 6, il 9 and 7 ctavos rrom tille celebrted
Alanulattories of lAcos & RAVEN. IzA7ELToN &
liaos. and A. I. GALE & Co., of New York.
,These are made from the best and thoroughly sea
iwned materials, with all the latett imoprovem'ents,
and nre NARRANTED to stand the varions
ch'anges of this elimate-and for equality aild iweet
ness of tone cannot be surpa.ssed.
Their. 1100K and STATIONERY -department
consists of a good asso, twent of
School and liscellaneous Books,
And all the Cheap literatur',-nasoon'ns iublshed,
as well as a large and well selected Stock' of Sta
tionery, & e.
Their Stoek of PR INTED 1USIC is the largest
.in the State, ecousisting of all the popitlar Songsi,
Waltzes, Marches, Variations. &e.
07 New Musie received every weck.
They also keep jn eleglint assirtment. of the fol
rnwing, instrunients on iand-viz:
Violins, Guitars, Violilicellos, Clari
nets, Cernopeons,.Sax Horns,
TENOR HORNS, FLUTINAS, FLAGEOLETS, BANJOS
Also, an nsportnent of Mnsiea MIerelmndize,
D- An assiortment of superior Violin and Guitar
STRINGS. flways on hand.
Ali the above articles %ill he sold for' Cash or
good paper, by GOO. A. OATES & iROS.
Broal Street, Augusta, Ga.
Nov 9, if 42
SITUAMED oN Fox Cniee, os AND A HtAL tri.ES
\WEST OF CnEoKEE PONDS.
T IE Subscriber would respectfully nnnonnce to
his friends and the public generally, that he I
cfontinues to carry en the above business under the
most favorable auspices, being sitnated near thlree
Saw-Mills where the different kinds of naterial can
be had at the lowest prices, and having snificient
water-power to propel his Machinery, it will be
seen that he DOES possess material advantages
cover all competitors, which enahles iiim to ofler the
ffollolwing artieles at freiti Fl T'i'E EN to T W ENTY
Per Cent LOWEll thin the Augusta prices, viz:
Hotel, Family & Children's Bedsteads,
PANEL DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS, SASH, &C.,
Will Repair all kinds of Furniture at the residence
of any one who may favor him with a call, on the
tiuost reasonable terms.
GEORGE B. LANHAM.
Mar 29 eowtf 11
JOSEPH WHILDEN, C
SHIP C H ANDLERY, t
No. 601 Cast-Bay, opposite P. & M. Bank 1
CunArtEsrox. S. C. I
H E keeps constantly for vale a general a-sort- 1
ient of PAINTS and OILS of ill kinds,
Window GIas and Sashes, C
Spts. Turpentine, Canpohene, Spirit Gas, T
Tallow, Grindstones, Cordage, y
Chain Pumis, Glue, Paeking Tarn, .3
Cotton Foot (,in Fixtures, and lErushes of various
SCharleston; Nov. 1 6m 412
.CLLDItJItA, S. C..
STEAM ENGINE BUILDER
Anad Boiler ~llker.
ALL hinds of Flour, ( rist andl aw alill Genr-|
r n n hftin oade and warranited tio per- (9
'ormn equal teo any in tile State. or
IDr. 11. Tr. Mtrus, at Edgefield C. HI., is authorised
\gent to ma:ke contracts,.a
No.' 1853. ly ___ 42
Elae fl' Noni OnI(~ rofilla, A
IN COMMON PLEAlS.
Felix [.ake, )
Tar.. Forci2n Atbachment. Id
Charles S. Ilars ~ tl
.Jas. S.Iiarrison, Foeg tak~~iJall
Charles T. Harris. e x
TpH E~ PlaintitTh in the above enses hgaving~ ti thI
.I. filed thir~ Deeluratio'n in may Ollie. and thie
,reside within the limiits of this ate. on whomi
'pi'' et of1, saideelarationis .whhl rul s to piendI can
e' served : On motion of u1ir. A nAuis, Pl'n:ifts
tt'y, Ordered. That said De),'indanit appear andl
tad to .said IDeclaratzionts whbin a year :mod a day
'om the date hueretf, or tinal andi~ absoalute jud~gment
ill be given agaist himi.
TII'0). Gr. B A ON, c. C. F. D. -
Clerk's Oflice, Mlarch 28, 185.1. ly 12 FO
State of South~ Caroina,
IN CU.)UION P'LEA.S. r I
us. Foreiga Attbachment i n
Ch~arles T. Ha~rris.
i's. Foreign ALtachmnent "i'e
Charles T. llnrris.
F'HE Plaintitik in the above eas~s hn~ving this in
day filed thleir D~eeinratieons in my Oflice, and Iyoul
e Deflendaint havuinz neither wvife. nor Atiornev the
towin to reside within the limiits of this Statte, oin 'for
10om copies of .: i D~eeiaraitiont wIth rules to plead
n be serveud :On motion of .\r. A Doms, Plainititf 's B
torney. Ordleredl. That saiid Iie-fendaniit appear rele
d plead to said iDeel:rationis within a vear aind a Di
from the~ date hereof, or finial anid absolute judg- L'ee,
at will be given against him. m
T11OS. G. BACON, c. c. E. D. Ali
Clerk' Omeee A pril S, 1954. ly 13 reo,
STAT1E 01 SOUTil C.ROL INA. iit
ED;EFTEL2D DISTRICT'. . enn
IN CON.1ION' P'LEAS.--r.
5. F. Stevens, " lalrna. aa
Thns. T1. Unrris. Os
'11-: Plaintiff in thte abe case hiaving this da Fall,
filed his i-!aidratiion in myl3 Oflice. and1 the hi<~ o
rendal~nt having neithuer wife lnor Atteornev to re- Ile g
within the Iliiits of tis State. on whom'ina copy for y.
m;:d lDeelaraition with at rule to plead1. can be iee,
el, OJn mtiton of .\l r. A tia~ as. P'lainitilf's AtItor- su,
Ordered, Thlat Sid D efendeant apjpear aiid Ifromn
Ld to) sail D)eearationj withiin a vear and a dlay I prisin
r the daite hereof. er final and absolute judgnenit Norh
be givea against himi. -suffe~
T HOS. G. BA CON, C. C.E. D. pti
Jerk's Omeec. A pril 17, 1554. Jy 1 oe
STfATE' OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ED)G-:Fl E 1.1) D)ISTfRlCT. AndI I
IN CQMMON PLEAS. your
S.'E. Uowers, 'and
us. - Foreign Allar,ment.
J. MI. Robinson. . tant
El litf nteabove entse. huavitng this day
filed his I ee!aration ini my Oflice,:nbjl the D)e- rl
lt lhaving nieithe~r wile'no'r Attornev '~iown to th en
e witlin the limiits af this'-Staite, on whioii Pri
-s of said Deelarationm'with riles to pileadilenn be whiolt:
.d: On motion of Mr. S-rV~ns,' Attorney for I11
tifl, Ordered that said D~efenlaint appear 'nnd ISOLi
i to said Dleelgration withipt a yent- and A day whe""n
the daite hiereof, or final and absohitec judgment lieail
be awatrded a"gninst himt. - 'I' -
TTIOS. G. BACON, C. C. E: D.
~rks Office, MAnreh i, 1854.' ly . S I
resh New Wheat Flour Toi
AND YEAST POWDERS.
ST Reeived Thirty Unarrels of that .Choice
"loui' fromt the Tumbling Shoals' Alills. -Ever'y
: sold ean be returned if not approved.
o, Onee Gross,~ of P'roston & Merrell's !nfallil
ST POWD)EItS. No excusg for bad bread
-ell' sale by Cr. L. PENN, Agent. Bh13
pI '.i f -tg 30
Hampton's Shop Imm
le-opened, at the foiot of the hill, iimmedinfely g
thle etntrance of the Plank Rond into Main and A
,andl nearly opposite Mr. Wi1tt's residence. time's. :
$hoes I lorsces, makes Plows, Irons WVaggons,
SWatle Ironis, Lays Axes, and does vari.'us Til
thintgs after thte old style. lIe has aedepte~d -p
of~ the moern inmprovements, in fact all of i in
!-epet that of slightine his woerk- (arry "
Ilehlumiblynask a cal.- F'r
11 ,r na .
BROWNING & LEMAN
1' 'ORTERS OF
Frenchi English and German
209 aud 211 King-street, corner of Market-Street
Cliarleston, S. C.
C IRPETINGS.-Ingrain, 3 Plys, Brussels, Ta
pestry and .Velvets,
CURTAIN- MATEIUALS, in Silk, Satin and
Curtain Cambrics and Muslins, in large variety,
Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains, all styles,
Gilt Cornices, in all the new designs,
Curtain Ginps, lloders, Loops, Tassels, .to.
Drape-ry Cords and Bell Ropes, in all varieties,
]ritish and American Floor Oil Cloths,
Silver and Gilt Stair Rods and Stair Carpetings,
of all atgics.
Wilton, Velvet, and A.qnitnster Rugs, in large va
Ke rseys. Caps. &c.
H4ed and W hlte F!nnnele, Shirtings, &e.
Cotton Osunaburgs, of al the beat Southern mann
Engsli and American COTTON FLANNELSF
French, Engl:sh anl American Prints,
LIN ENS, (of lichardsn's superior make, for ,
Slietings. Shirtings. Pillow Cases, Table Damasks,
Iloylies. Noaikins, Towel!ings, Huckabacks, Fruit
Cloths. B. E. )apers, Grass Cloths, &c.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestirgs, of beat French
Servants' Cloths, in all the shades of IEnglish
Sainiets, Tweeds, .Jeans and Lindseys, of all
ualities and.styles. With a full assortnient of
Rich Dress Goods.
In SILKS. TISSUES, BAREGES, GRENT
)IN ES, MUSLINS, &c.
Ronmbazines, Alpacas and Moerning Goods, ib
Evening Dress Goods, in great variety, eonstantly
All the above are of our own Direct Irn
porlnlioa, and offlered at the LOWEziT
I AHRKET PRICES.
Tersaas---CASI. or City Aceeptance.
M-The ONE PRICE SYSTEMt striekly ad
iered to. All Goods warranted.
BROWNING & LEMAN.
Charleston, Jan 30 tf 3
191M. 0. PRICE & CO.,TAions-FOR
Ti l SPRING TRA DE-Are constantly
inufaeturing and AT ALL TINES well supplied, with
lie newest styles of
Clothing of all descriptions,.
COATS, PANTA LOONS, VESTS, SHIRTS,
Unidersalairts and Drawers, .
RAVATS, SCARFS, GLOVES, BELTS AND BRACES,
HOSIERY OF ALL KINDS,
Trunks, Travelling Bags, kc.ptc.
TOlIET FURNISHING-Fancy Soaps, Ex
-ets, Cloth and Hair Brushes, Combs, Rogers'
Aices, Shears, Purses and Port Nlonies, Canes,
nimbrellas, lilats, Caps, and every article of Gen
emens' dress and personal furniture.
T*o TIl E TRA DE--We are well supplied with
LOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS AND
\IMMINGS. Cloths by the piece, pattern or
ar]. which we will sell as low as can be bought in
,ew York City.
WM. 0. PRICE,
W. T. INGRA H AMb.
No. 258 Broad-street, Augusta Ga.
March 30 tf 10
Georgia M~arble Works,
G. R ANKlN. W. M. H UR LOCK, G. 1. SUMMEY
Succissons TO A. A-rxiNSon & Co.
Na is Esta bisnueast has been in success,.
ful opration for a number of years. Tho
Lirrries nre well opened., and the i'larble is superi
to, any in the United States.
We have so perfected our faeilitics for getting out
d fiiiniug wcork that we can furnish
KIounuments, Tombs, Head Stones,
ri every thing in our line or business, in better
rie, ansd at ceeper rates than any yard in the
Whlen it is consiered that we raw our own mar
.pgy no jelbber'sgrof~it, and no high freight frotm
L' Nerth, it will be seen that we posess materiaL
v~latn' over :all ceompetitors.
We cordhily solicic our friends and the public to -
amine oumr work anmd comopare' our prices with
oe of oth.-r yardls, before ordering Northern
trble. We have on hand at our yard in Mlari
a, am irme nusortment of F"INISlIIEI) WORK
eimenmts. Tablets, Toombis, &c.-whiere our agent,
-.G. W. .Smm,ners, will sell at our prices. Our
nieaI work is done at the .\ills. Address
J. G. R ANKIN & CO.
SMarble Works P. 0., Ga.
nIIly 1 A
EW 1 3 LIVERWORT St TAR.
R THE COMPLETE CURE OF COUGHS, COLDS,
INFLUENZA. ASTHMA. BRONCHITIS, SPIT
TiNG OF LOOD, AND ALL OTHER
LUNG COMPLAINTS TEND
ING TO CONSUMP
111S prepn rat inn is get ting inlto use all ov-er otir
('ountry. '1The numerons Iletters wve receive from
vaerious agents, informainig us of cures effected in,
r inmmnediaite neielhhorhuoods, warrant us in saying
onle of tlcheres, if not the very best Congh Medi
now thefiere the public. It almost invariaJ4g re.
~s and snt unsfrequecntly cures thse very wvorst cass.
en nll othrr Congh plreparations have failed.-this
relievedl the* patient, as Druggist, dealers in Medi
s, aml Physicians can, testify. Ask the Agent in
- tiearest town. what has been his experience of
ellecms of t his medicine, If be has been selling i
iiy lengtth of time be will tell yuu .
IT IS THlE BEST MEICINE EXTANT.
elow we give a few extracts from letters we have
iced late-ly regarding the virtues of this medierne.
7S. S. Onlin, of Knoxville. Ga., sys:-I have
using youner Liive'ort and Tar ver,|| crtensively in
rartiar l'r three years past, and, it is wvith pleasure
Ie mya belief in iTs SUPE R itsr TY OV ER A I. oTItEI
ei.i:: witha which I am acquainted, for schich it is
-s'rs. 1-'i rzgerald & Benners. writing from Wayne.
N. C. su ys :-- The Literu-ort and Tar is be
ra~r dea,,y more popular in this Country, A ND WE
IC .w'STI.Y so. All ,rcho hare tried it speak irn
ensdolde terms of' it, and say it is very bcnefraial
ruiatinsg thec complaints f'or schich it is recoeu
rAgent in P'ickens District, S. C. Mr. S. R. Mc
nassure, us at hat he usaes it with great benefit in
in faunily, and recommends it to tis, neighbors."
ices an instanc'e of a Negro wonman,in his vicrini
tin hadl been sufferinig with disease of the Lungs
ars, attendedm with a severe cough, who was re
I bsy the Liverweort and Tar.
'Ih are the gooud repm-ts we hear of this Medicine
all parts. of' the Solith. For a report of' this sur
g curers it has performed in the Western an4
ern anid Eastern State,, we wvouild invite the
ing paitient to read the pamphlet which accom
c acth bottle. To alt, we say, have hope, hawe
TRY THE lYEDICINE!
tiE WARNED IN SEASON!!!
e'gtecst not that cough which is daily weakening
consotiinmtiun, irritating your throat and lungs,
nviting on that dread disease, Consumption~
so sooinig and Ihealing a remedy can be ob
as Dr. Rtogers' Syrup of Liverwort and Tar.
A RE OF COUNTERFEITS AND BASE IM
genuine article is signed ANDREW ROGERS, og
irnved wrapper around each bottle.
e. SI per bottle, or six bottles for $5. Sol
ale amid retail biy SCOVA L & MEAD,
1 Chuartres St. bet. Conmi and Sm.~Lonis. ?j.Q.
C AGENTs FOIL TnE SOUTHERN STATzs, 10,
all orders atid applications furAgnisms
Sotld bcy G. L. PENN, Edgcihetd C. HT.; WARDLAW
DY, Abbetsle C. U.; PRIATT & JONES, Newber
F.; A. Jt. CItEIGHJTON, Hlamburgt HAVILANT
E & C:0., Augusta, Ga., and by one Agent In everyn
I the South.
:h 29, 4m 11
For the Planters !
Ls. Persavian Guano
.000. 100 bbls. Kettlewell's GUANd
and S.\ L'T5,
a. Kettlewvell's CTT EM TCA L SA LTS,4
r~ure ground P'LAST ER.
ilbove celebr-ated Mlanures for sale by
J. SIBLEY & SON.
hiur, Nov 14, tif4 ~ 44
TheL Laurensv ille Tierald, Independent Presq
nders-on Gaizette will .eopy the above fouE
md forward hiits to.. - J. S. & SON.
Le Maine Law Advocate."
iW of those invaluable works, just reeeived,.
the shape of convenient Pocket Flimsks, tq
something strong" in, useftul to travelers.
ale biy J. A. GURLEY.
min Mne 22 If - I1