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LOVE, HONOR, A OBEY.
Promise to love! why, woman-thinks To love a privilege, not a task; If thou wilt truly take my heart, And keep it, this is all I ask. Honor thee! yes, if thou wilt live A life of trut]i and purity; When I have men thy worthiness. I cannot choose but houor thee. -Obey! when I have fully learned Each want and wish to understand, 'I'll learn the wisdom to obey, If thou hast wisdom to command. So if I fall in love with thee In duty, love, and lowliness, 'Tis Nature's fault, or thine, or both: The greater must c6ntrol the less. TWO IAWS FOR THE UADIES; 1. Before you bow to a lady in the street, permit her to decide whether you may do so or not, by at least a look of recogiition. 2. When your companion bows to a lady you should do the same. When a gentle man bows to a lady in your ,company, al ways bow to him in return. Nothing is so ill understood in America, as those conventional laws of society, so well understood and practiced in Europe. Ladies complain that gentlemen pass them by in-the streets unnoticed, when, in fact; the "ault arises from their own breach of po litedess. jlt istheir duty to do the amiable first, for it isa privilege which ladies-enjoy of choosing thiir own associates or acquai tances. Nogentlemjn likes to risk the being cut in the stetsby-a-lay 'tfrotigli a pre mature salute To.o many ladies, it would seem, "don't know their trade" of politeness. Mieting ladies'in the streets, whom one has. casually met in company, theyseldom..bow, unless he bows first, and when a gentleman never departs from the rule of good-breeding, except occasionally by way of experiment, his acquaintances do not. multiply,' but he stands probably charged with rudeness. The rule is plain. A lidy must be civil to a gentleman in whose company she is casually brought; but a gentleman is not upon this to presume upon acquaintanceship the first time he afterwar4s xneets ir :--the street. If it be her will, she gives- some token of recognition, when the gentleman' may bow otherwise he must pass-on and consider him self si-ran-er- No -lady need hesitate t6 bow to a gentle'man, for he will promptly and politely answer, even if he. has forgot ten his fair saluter. None but a brute can do otherwise. Should he pass on rudely, his ch3acter is declared, and there is a cheap riddance. - Politeness, or good-breeding, is like law-" the reason of things." HINT TO FEMES. WO RIDE .IN CABS. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Coxi-a mercial is to be credited with the following seasb'nable anecdote: A .gentleman entered the "ladies egr" upon one of the eastern, roads, and as the day was chilly, appropriated an entire seat in the vicinity of the- stove. Passengers crowded in at every station, and spon every ~seat was taken except the one occupied by h~ 1im~isl Presently two ladies4o th'ey'ap 'the carrang~s no one seem ~eorif''~O6jaftacancyt this owntflis 0 aQriffend, whose gallantry is pro ver)bal,gathiered up hisshawl, portmianteau and himself arose, motionied the ladies for ward, assisted them into the seat, and took a sta'nding position nek far'distant. Not so much asa-smiile or a bow' rcognised.. the kindness-its was evidently considered a mark of respect due to -female. dignity-a prl1dleger which any gentleman might be proud to schnowledge. " Coolly done," remarked an individual in juxtaposition to our friend. - ".Decidedly," ws the laughing reply, "but Il give them-a lesson by and by, and one they'll be likely to remember." "Why, thee won't say anything. surely?" "Indeed, I will-the opportunity is too good to be lost;" and somewhat annoyed, it must-be confessed, though less by the los~s of his seat than by the rudeness of its ungracious occupants, he walked~ away to the:window- and occupied his vision with the things without. Another station-an other stop-the ladies rose to depart. They -had nearly reached the door when a clear, manly vojee called out, " Ladies." There was a gendral hash, while every eye was turned uponbhe serene countenance of ocur trayveler. " Ladies, you have, occupied my seat during the ride from L--, and I can not allow you to leave without expressing my sense of the obligation, also the hope that when next you enter. a crowded car and a gentlenian vacates his seat for your accommodation, you will at least have the politeness to thank him." A shout of'applause rewarded the speak er, and the .ladies;.lowering their confused faces, retreated hastily, to digest, as best they might, this suddezg but merited rebuke. D~id every lady, especially every young lady, know there is always in everycar, omnibus, steamboat or other public convey ance, 'nofwithsitendigthe ordinary external aspect of its occupants, a self-appointed jury watching ber~ actions and ready to pass sentence thereqn, she would look well to her "manners," and, in cultivating those in dispensable outward semblances of good will, she would unconsciously foster the germs of an active and wide-speading be nevolence.. Unobtrusive words of kindness cost nothing beyond the effort of speaking, and many a -weary pilgrimage has been brightened, thereby. A simple " Thank you," coined in the heart and rung upon the lips with the gennine sound of the " true metal," Is a more efficlent weapon than the sword of 'the conqueror. WOMAI'S fICITS AND) WRONGS. One of'the surest tests of the progress which a country has made in civilization, is the treatment to which females are subject ed. Whren we say treatment, we mean, of course, general treatment, for if th1e occa sional whippings, &c., of ladies by their liege lords, whiich the local columns of our journals record, were taken as a eriteriol,I we are very much afraid that some of our American-cities wduld rank several degrees lower in the social scale than Patagonia or New Zealand. It is the general treatment which woman receives from man that xe speak of, and which in our opinion shows, pretty conclusively, how -far he is removed from that state of barbarism which degrades her almost to a .level with the :brutes. America has always been. noted for the re spect and courteg.. shown to/the - weaker se; and Missouri, we see, has lately taken occasion to improve upon.this courtesy by granting to the female portion of its opu laiuon more solid privileges thar . tt of bigtreated with. politeness. An act has Jaal been passed in that State ~providig that ifany persdn1 shall desert lud efgr Asha nmc worthlessdrnknd . o from any other cause, fail to provide for her maintenance, so that she be compelled to labor for the support of herself and fami ly, the earnings of any such wife, and any property, real or persone., purchased by her, with the proceeds - of her labor, shall belong to her in her own right, separate and apart from her said husband, and shall not be liable for his debts, nor in any manner subject to his control. We are strongly in favor of " Woman's Rights," of this description. Her weakness should be protected in every possible way. It is hard enough for her to see the one who, by every law, human and divine, is bound to be her protector, desert her for the fasci. nating. charms of rum, without having her earnings, upon which her own sustenance and that of her family depends, snatched from her by a degraded husband. Let hei have justice by all means. Free her from tyranny like this, and we can then afford tc smile at the insane ravings of those female reformers, who forget everything except that they have tongues.-Philadelphia Jour. nal. ADvICE TO YOUNG FEALEs.-Never mar ry a man without the consent of your par. ents. No matter how much you may fancy you love him, youtannot expect a blessing on your union, if you persist in going con trary to the better judgment of those wh< are appointed by Providence to watch ove1 and advise you for your good. They o: course, have had more experience, and are better qualified to judge than you can be who are but-just setting forth in the pathwaj >f life, young, inexperienced, and too ready to form favorable opinions 'where .your. af Tections are concerned. Let them be youi confidants; open your heart to themas soo as you are aware that anything of this sor exists. I would confide the secret to my parents as soon as I would acknowledge i to my own bosom. Theirs is not the cold unsympathizing judgment of the world; i springs from a deep affection and interest ii 'your lasting welfare, for what comfort woul< it be to them to mar your happiness? You whom they have watched and guarded fron helpless infancy, with such undying affectioi as parents only can feel. Recompense thei: love, then as far ai ip your power, byconfi ding in them, and seeking their counsel; bI assured you will loose; nothing by it; ani though you might meet with disappointment now, it will soon pass away, and in afte: years you will be attended by the blessing of Him. who has said,.".Honor thy fathei and-thy. mother.'-Advocatle and G'uardian A HARD ClsE.-Poor people have ahar< time in this little world of ours. Even i matters of religion, there is a vast differene between Lazarus and Dives, as the followinf anecdote, sent us by a friend, will illustrate Old Billy G- had attended agrea revival, and in common with many others he was converted, and baptized. Not man; weeks afterwards, one of his neighbors me him reeling home from the court ground with a considerable brick in his hat. " Hello, uncle Billy," said the friend " I thought you had joined the church." "So 1 did" answered uncle Billy . makin1 a desperate effort to stand stil1g "so I did eema anid would a bin a riglit dwn goo< Baptist if they hadn't a treated me so evex lasting mean at the water. Didn't you nes er hear about it JeemsV' " Never did." "Then Il tell you all about it : You se when we cum to the baptizin' place, tha was me and old Jenks, the rich old 'Squir war to be dipped at the same time. W ell the minister tuck the 'Squir in fust but didn't mind 'that much as I thought 'twouli be jest as good when I come; so he led hin .ini'and after dippin' him under he raisedhin up mitey~ keerfbi and wiped all the water o1 his face and led him Out. Then come m; turn, and instead of lifting me out like h did the 'Squir he give me one slosh, an left me crawlin' about on the bottom like d-n-d mud turkie!" gg Chesterfield was at a rout in Franc where Voltaire was one of the guests. Chef terfield seemed gazing about the brilliani circle of ladies. Voltaire accosted him: " My lord,I know yqu are a judge: whic) are the more beautiful, the English or th French ladies ?" "Upon my word,"' .replied Chesterfield with his usual presence of mind, " I am n~ judge of paintings." Some time afterward Voltaire, being i~ London, happened to be at a nobleman party with Chesterfield. A lady in the donm pany, prodigiously -rouged, directed he whole discourse to Voltaire, and engrosset his whole conyersatiotn. Chesterjield cama up, tapped himnson the shoulder, and said, "Sir, take cai-ethat you are not captive ted.", - " My lord," returned the French wit, " scorn to be taken by an English craft undo French colors." IIAn innocent young sportsman, ii order to shoot a squirrel onthe top of a smnal tree, climbed another one close by ; and, oi being asked the reason for so foolish a freak said "that he didn't want to strain his gur by a long elhot." gg A wealthy but miserly old man dining down town one day with his son at i restaurant, whispered in his ear : " Tom you must eat for . to-day and td-morrow.' "0O, yes," -retorted the half starved lad " but I haint eaten for yesterday and the dal before yet, faither'!" A -fell6w -who flte a 'wretchec hand, and made alinosti as bad a fist at spel ling and grammar, gave -as an excuse foi the-deficiencies of his education, "that hi never went to school but one afternoon, anc then the master wasn't there." gr Paddy O'Rafferty was lately suma moned to court for refusing to pay his doc tor's bill: Judge-" Why do you refuse tc pay'?" Paddy-" What fomnshould I pay shure did he give me anything but some emeties, and the divil a one could I keep or my stomach at all, at all." - g A man in .Wisconsin, recently ad. vertising his farm for sale, winds up in thq following language: " The surrounding country is- the most beautiful the God of-nature ever made. The scenery is celestial divine; also two wagons to sell and a yoke of steers." gg A certain gallant editor thinks when a single gentleman cant pass a clothes line without counting all the long stockings, it is a sign he ought to get married, and' the sooner the better. gg~ A- subscriber writes to an American editor in the -West: "1 don't want' your paper any longer'" To which the ieditor re plied: "Twoufdn't makeit ny lolrirMyu di it pr-o eln innath ante von waarurl." AUGUSTA ADVERTISWMENS. Ja Ka HORA & 00., SUCCESSORS TO J. N. NEWBY & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FINE CLOTHING, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, ke. -7zz*Wa-1 J1ed atcoo3.. READY-MADE CLOTHING - AND FURNISHING GOODS For Men and Boys. SPRING AM' SUMNER STYLES Now Ready, and embracing, every VARIETY, STYLE and EXTENT. This Stook will be found to be unsurpassed if equalled in any market South. Havin aid. strict attention to the manufacture of our a we are prepared to offer our friends:and a the pnblien general GOOD CLOTHES and at low prices. TAILORING! We have also on hand a beautiful stock of CASSI MERES, CLOTHS and VESTINGS of every grade and pattern, which will be cut and made up to order in the most approved style, at the shortest notice, and warranted to fit or no sale. Wg Call and see for yourselves, at the old stand of J.. M. Newby & Co., under the U. S. Hotel. A ugusta, Apail 15 tf 14 S t-UM' SUPPLIES, WILLI M SHIEAR, AUGUSTA, GA., W has reo 'ed from New York his summer supplies of DRT GOODS, embracing a complete assortment of ftioles for Ladies' Summer Dresses: French Embroideries; Hosiery ; A full supply of the best articles for Ladies' Mourning apparel; A variety of articles for Gentlemen's-and Youth's Summer wear. Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings, of the.most approved make. 12-4 Linen Sheetings; Pillow-Case Linena. Damask and Table Diapers. Sup. Huckabacks and Scotch Diapers, for Towels. Towels, with Colored and Fancy Borders; A full assortment of articles for Servants' wear. Lancaster, Allendale and Marseilles Quilts, some of extra size and quality, with a great variety of ar ticles suitable for family and plantation use, which will be sold at decidedly lower prices for cash than they can be purchased on the usual credit terms. Graniteville and Augusta Shirtings and Sheet ings; Cotton Osnaburgs and Georgia Stripes, at manufacturer's prices. The public are respectfully requested to examine the assortment. Augusta, June 16 1857 tf 23 WRALEBONE SKIRTS. WILLIAM SHEAR, AUGUSTA, GA. has received from New York alarge supply of Ladies' and Misses' Whalebone Skirts, of the most approved styles. Alsp, Ladies' White, Ilair, Cloth and Cambric Skirts, and Grass Cloths, of su perior quality, to which the attention of the public is respectfully invited. Augusta, June 16 1857 tf 23 LADIES' TRAVELING DRESSES. LIA SHEAB, AUGUSTA, GA., Vhas received' from New York, Lupin's French DEBEGE; Hyinalays and Silk Lustres; Gravellas, and other articles for Ladies' traveling Dresses. Also, Ladies' Linen Dusters, or-Cloaks, fdhe traveling, to which he respectfully invites the at tention of the publie .a Augusta, June 14 185' t. -f 23 IURT N .. UI WKS@~&s A EUGUSTA, GA, hw rcebl~d fom New York-Embroi dered, Lace 'nduslin Curtains. Embroiderdisls ythe piece. Colored Danjks adDLaines, withfCords and Tassels t A lage lai ~rnis.and Curtain J exs--'"~-~~ * Also, uarinell's/teno~ vio -raines, for French Bedstiidii sed. S12-4 White, Pink and Blu Pavilion Bobinets. Also, superior White awl Fincy Checked India Matting; to all of which eattention of the public is respectfully invited. -Augusta, June 16 1857 .tf 23 8elling Out....Dry Goods. BROOM& lNORRELL, Augusta, Ga., wiloer their entire Stock of DRY GOODS "Very W"sm r roemi. ITheir Stock is L ARGE and WELL-A SSORT ED, and offers rare attractions to buyers. We arc now engaged in the enlargement of our Store, and will have to give up a portion of it to the workmen soon, and yould like to RE DUCE the Stock as low as possible before we move. All ir want of Cheap Dry Goods are respectful Sly solicited to give us a call. -August:, June 15, if 23 C HE AP G0OODS. TJ HE Sub scriber failing to close his Stock at Auction has made arrangements to keep his doors open, and will continue to offer his remaining Stock of several Thousand Dollars, principally fine Goods, at Very Reduced Prices. Those who purchase for CASH will find many VERY LOW.. M. FRAZIER. June 10 2t 22 AUGUSTA, GA. IAS a superior assortment of Shr-etings, Shirt KUings, Irish Linens, White and Colored Goods, for Gent's 'and Boy's wear; Silk and Linen Cam brie Handierchiefs Hosiery and Gloves. Augusta, June 101857 tf 22 JAMES HENEY, AUGUSTA, GA. H AS a large assortment of .Muslins, fast colors, at 12eo. and upwards ;EmbroIdered Collars and Sleeves, very cheap ; Mantillas, at $l,50 and upwards. Also, a large stock of Robes; Figured Grenadine.; Bareges and Silks; Parasols ; Fans and Trimmings. Augusta, June 10 1957 if 22 JAMES-HENEY, AUGUSTA, GA. WISHES to call the attention of persas in WVsearch of good bargains, to his large and well assorted stock of DRY GOODS, which he is confident will be found, on inspection, as cheap, if not cheaper, than that of any other house in the Trade; besides, persons buying can be confident of receiving new Goods, as hip entire stock of Spring and Summer Goods has been purchased this season. Augusta, June 10 1857 tf 22 PLUMB & LEITIVER, WHOLESALE DRUJGGlSTS, AUGUSTA, GA. TFHE attention of the public is'.invited to our AStock of CHOICE UNADULTERATED Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, PEEFUXERY, BRUSHES, And all other articles in our line. We feel assured that no House In the South can offer a Stock supe rior to ours in genuineness and purity. All our Ofilinal preparations aremaade in strict accordance with the formularies of the U. S. Pharmacopia, srith the best materials,'and by the proper weights. and measures. Our Stock of DENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, Is full, and we have unequalled arrangements for opening additional supplies at the shortest notice. Feeling confideat that we can furnish our ens tomers witli the Best Article, on reasonable t terms, we respectfully solicit orders, and pledge .i ourselves to fil them witl, fidelity and despatch. j PLUMB& LEITNER, Late D. B. Plumb 4. Co. Augusta, Ga. ,April 13, 9m 14 .Mill Notice ! - T'HE Subscriber ]having repaired his M*ILL; is 1 . now' in readiness to acco'mmnodate his customers with the-VERY BEKST of MEAL and FLOUR. i *G.)L.WEVER. 8 JuM2n o e AUGUSTA ADVERTISEMENT. IPRING Goofs; 157 DICKEY & PRIBBS, AUGUSTA, GA. RE opening this morning a large and magnifi cent itock of Spring and Summer D R '!2 ; O D 8 , to which they invite attention. Th adies are respectfully solicited, before purchasing a Call and examine their assortment of Dress Goods vhich comprises the latesi varieties in style and de ign, having been selected from the choicest stock! f the New York and Northern markets, and wil e sold very cheap. Rich Silk Flounced ROBES, with Fringes; Fancy Plaid and Cheney SILKS; Bischoff Black SILKS; Gros de Rhine " . Rich Black and Col'd Brocade SILKS; " Organdie ROBES; Very fine Plain and Plaid CHALLI, all colors Challi and Barege ROBES, Plain and Printed Printed MUSLINS and Muslin ROBEBS, al Frenell and English PRINTED XACONE.1 d SWISSES Black and Cold CR APE MARETZE and BA REGE; Black and Col'd Printed GRENADINESani VORMAS; Plain and Plaid CRUVELLIS and LUSTRES, Plain and Printed BAREGES; DEBEIGES, from 121 to 37cc.; Fine French, Scotch and English GINGIAMA il styles; - French, English and American PRINTS,.wid ind narrow; Solid BRILLIANTS, White, Green, Blue ink, &c.; Printed BRILLIANT, Chintz. and- Colors; Bl'k. White and .Colored Challit and Berag CARFS, with Satin.Stripes and Plaid; White and Colored Stella, Cashmere and-Berag HA WLS; Silk and Laos TAL.rARand BCARFS, all ool >rs, In great variety and very.6beap; White, Rope, Crown and Cruvelli SKIRT White and Colored. 100 -dozen Swiss and Jaconet COLLARS, foxe 12l.ei -to $6. Swiss andJaeonettSETTS, very cheap . Linen COLLARS and SLEEVES, n setth very low - Black,'Bugle and Mourning COLLARS; Linen Cambric RANDKERCHIEFS, Plai [en Stiteb ed and Embroidered, cheap ; Ladies and Misses' White and Colored Cottoi OSE; Gents and Boys' Brown, White and Fancy Hal OSE; Ladies and Misses' White and Colored Lis rbread HOSE; Ladies, Genta and Misses' Kid, Silk and Lisl OLOVES; Ladies and Gents White and light Colored i GLOVES; Black Lace MITTS, Long and Short; Ladies and Gents Black and Kid GAUN2 LETS; DRESS TRIMMINGB,PRINGES, &c., great variety and new styles ; - Russia, Scotch and Huokaback DIAPERS an TOWELLINGS; -Irish LINENand'. L wNS, very cheap Brown and Bleaehedgeble DAMASKS, by th yard; 10-4. 12-4 and 14-4 Brown and White TABLJ CLOTHS; Embossed TABLE COVERS, all colors; Bleached and Br'n SHIRTLNGS and SHEE2 INGS. every brand ; i COTTONADES, BED TICKINGS, FLAA NE LS, PLAIDS. CH ECKS, TEANS; Linen DRILLS, Plain,.White, Brown and Fat cy BOMBAZINES, Pgid,Drap D'Ete and Lai ing CLOT HS, &o. &c..--- - Augusta, April 29 1857 . tf 16 CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE. SPRING T RADE, 1857 B ROOM & NORRELL, AGOmra, G are now in receipt of their new Stock Spring and Summer .DRY GOODS, comns all or the latest. styles of the :season in LAL~IBE DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, &c. togeti er with a most complete assortment of ST~APLJ AND DOMESTIC .GOODS, to which they ri spetfully soliciti attention:.. Plain:Blaok and Fancy Dress Silks; Rich Foulard, Bar e* and Muslin Robes; Plain and Printed sJaonets, Cambrios, Brilliani and Lawns French Printed Mualinia, Organdies, and Lawn: *Plain Challies and Printed Chaly-*D'Laines; Printed Linen Lawng for Ladies' Dresses; Chambray., Ginghams and Print.; Plain Debeges and Debege Robes, for Travelin Dresses ; Mourning Goods, in good-assortment; Cambries, Jaconet., Ma~lls, Nainsooks, Plaii Striped and Checked ; - Plain and Dotted Swis White and Colored Tarlatans; Cambric Dimities, India Twills, and Whits Bril liants; Curtain Muslins - White. Crape Sharwls; Stella Shawls ; Embroideries, a very large assortment; Hosiery, a large assortment of every description Alexander's Kid Gloves; Silk Mitts, Long and Short; Dress Trimmings, Whalebones, Long and Shor Skirts and Skirtings; Fans, of all kinds; Parasols, large assortment ; Ladies' Umbrellas;. Summer Cloths, Cassinmeres, Drap D'Etes, Paz Linens, Drillings, Coatings, Cottonades, and man other Goods for Gents and Boys. Irish Linens, Table Damask., Damask Tabi Cloths, Napking Doylies, Towels, Huokabseks Crash, &o., &o.; Linen and Cotton' Sheetings, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4 Pillow Linens and Cottons ; English Long Cloths; Bleached and Brown Sheetings, a very great v: iety of -makes ; Together with a large assortment of Goods fe Servants. Augusta, April 1 1857 tf 12 CLARK & 00, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. N OW offer for sale their splendid new stock ' SILVER WAREpdif all kinds-Tea Seta Pithers, Castors, Waters, Goblets, Tumblers, Cupi Pork, Spoons, Ladles, Pastry, Cake, Dessert an Butter Knives. Shefiield PLATED WARE-first qualityc oods in Castor., Cake Bask'ets, Waiters, Candle itiks, &e. Birmingham and American PLATED WAR11 very showy, and at lonfprices. GOLD WATCH ES, of all good makers-Coopez Dent, Tobias, Burley & Johnson, English makers Brietting, Matile, Swiss maker.; and Jules Jur ensen, of Copenhagen SILVER WATCHES in great va'riety; quiel seat Railroad Watches, large size. Rich Diamond, Coral, Cameo and MosaIo JEW iLRY, all the newest styles, with a large stock c staple and Fancy GOODS, at their store, Poe )fiee Corner, opposite the Railroad Bank. Augusta, Feb. 4 1857 tf 4 IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY, AUGUSTA, GA. FjIGHT & MACMURPHY, contin the above business, in all its branches, at th MERICAN FOUNDRY, and will be thankin ur orders for all kinds IRON AND BRASS CUTTINGS, !or Gold Mines, Mills, Rill Roads, Bridges, ani Machinery of1all Descriptions. Augusta, Dec 30 6m 51 HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga. JOHN & THOMAS A. BONES, invite the a' Itention of the Planter. of South Carolina, tc heir stock of' Swedes Iron imported by then iret from Sweden-ALSO-refined .lnglish and beet iron Mill irons, Lead, Copper, Zinc, Carpen irs and Smiths Tools, Cast, Blister and Plow Stell, race, Wagon. Log and Coil Chains, Iron Axels, [oes, amnes, Axes, Nails and a full assortment ol BUILDERS MATERIALS, As.so-A large assortment of the most approved Agricultural Implenoents, ulh asSelf-shzarpening StrawsCtters,~orn Shel ir,Wheat Fans, Plows, Harrowe,*Ox Yrokes,;&o. id the largest anid'-est assorti.ent of Rodgers & urns CUTLERY, eveiuoferedrthis Market.2 A Mgesta,D o. 2i8 56 tf 47 JACKSON--,-TR AND- -SURGICAL INFI-RI AUGUATA t. T HE Undersigned would respectfully e.:i th to their very complete and extensive Estal of NEGROES requiring SURGICAL OPI DISEASES. The Building is situated corner of Jacksor the Savannah Rail Road, Depots; and in sight ' tion of patients from a distance. In its.constri view the special purpose to which it is applit I conddee to the COMFORT OF THE SICK.' baths-and has water-closets in each story to's also well ventilated and lighted .with gas. M and female nurses, tae patient will be saved mi of unavoidable neglect in'the treatment of NEI TERMS-For Board, Lodgitgand Nursi attendance, Surgical Operations, &c., the same Augusta, Jan 30, 1856. CARRIAGE IANUFACTORY. NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSUIP. T HE Undersigned have aa oolated themselves to gether under fie name. of SMIlTI & .IONES, for the purpose of carrying on the Coach Miaking and Repairing Businesw In all its virious branches. They expect to keel conitantly on hand a good-assortment of CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,1ROCKAWAYS, &C --Of the latest styles. W All sorts of REPAIRING done in the bes manner, and with the greatest dispatch. A liberal share of patronage* is respectfully soll cited. F. L. SMITH, 'LEWIS- JONES. Edgefield, Feb 20,1867. if 7 CURRYTON ACADEIES i W E invite the-attention of the public-to the fol lowing arrangements for- the ensuing year The Male Academy Will continue ider the cout'ol of -Mr. JAMES L LESLY, whose long experience and untiring effort for the advancement of his pupils ought 1o comman a liberal share of patronage. Tuition per Session....... ..... $20.00 'The Female Academy, In which small Boys will be admitted, will be con ducted by Mr.. J. H. MORRIS, with competen assistants. This gentleman has had six or eight years expe rnce in teaching, has always 'given entire satiafac tion, and from his acknowledged ability and energy he deserves the patronage of the public. Th Trustees at Gross.Hill, where he has been teechinj -all gentlem'nen of intelligence-recommend him a " eminently qualified to give instruction in all th branches.of 'a thorough education."' We may adi that Mr. LusLT fully endorses this favorable opin RATES or TUITION FI SE18ION. First Class, Primary Department..........$9.0 a Second" Ordinary English Branches.....12.0 Third " Higher " " .....15.0 , FOurth " Greek, Latin and French.......18.0 Music......................... 20.0 The Scholastio year will be divided into two ses sions of five months each. Pupils will be charge from the time of entering to the end of the sessior The exercises will commence on the first Monda in February. Board can be had in the village at from $8 to $1 - per month. R EIEHR S. P. GETZEN, I 4 A. 3. HAMMOND, ' 8. W. GARDJNER, . J. C. PORTER, A. P. BUTLER, . H. A. SHAW, Sheriff's Sale. ~ Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri 'Faciato m .11directed, I will proceed to sell at Edgefiel, C. H., on the first Monday in July next, the fo) Slowing property in the following cases, to wit: James Sheppard vs. Allen Franklin; Other plain tiffs vs. The same, onis.Tract of Land couainin, two thousand Acres, more or less, adjoining :land of James Jdnis, Kesiah 8wearengin and others. SHartford'Stodard vs...Turncr & Mrothers,.,Th Defendant William J. Tuirner's interest in one Trac of 'Land containing seven hundred acres more e less, adjoining Lands of James MorrisT'iaaoBryai Alfred Hatcher and others.. :Term. of sale,' Cash'-: JAMES EIDSON, as.n. :June 9 1859 " 4t 22 aSTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, - EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN OP4INAPY. A. G. LaTaste and wife, and .Felina Nappier - vs. Partition T. D. Nappier, Matilda Radford ' and others, ' J Yan order from the Ordinary, I shall. procee to sell at Edgefield Court Bouse, on the fira Monday in July next, lands of the Estate Nathanie ~Nappier neo'd., situated in the District and Stal aforesaid, adjoining Lhnde of Robert Mimi, P. Blt lock, B. Preotte and otliers, containing sixty (60 acres, more or less on a credit until 'the first' of' Jan nary next. The.purchaer to give Bond and securit and a mortgage of the premises tothe Ordinary t secure the purchase .money and to pay for titlee Costs to be paid in'eash. e J. EJDSON, s.u.n. June 5, 1857 4te 22 State of South Carolina, -EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, . IN ORDINARY. Sarah E. Cunningham, . attin Geo. C. Cunningham and others) B'Yan ordr from the Ordinary, I shall procec in to soll at Edge~feld C. H1., on the first Monds; iJuly next, the Real Estate of Rubert F. Can ningham, dec'd., consisting of a House and Lot i the Town of Hamburg, S. C., known in the plan said Town as Lot No -, at present occupied b: H. L. Cunningham & Ce, as a Grocery Store bunded by Cenr Street on the East, onth .South by a lot occupied by Dr. A. J. Creighton. a a Drug Store, on the North by a oross street, run ing immediately by said Houme and Lot, and oi thWest by Lot No. -. Tsaxu-On a credit until first of January next (1858.) The purchaser to give bond and security and a mortgage to the Ordinary to secure the pur chase money and to pay for titles. Cost tohbe paic '~in Cash. J. EIDSON, s.a.D. Junoe15 1857. 3t 23 STAFE OF SOUTH CAROLINAj EDGEFIELD DISTRICT IN ORDINARY. SHenry Atkinson, IFr toa Rohert Atkinson and Elizabeth Atkinson. . BY an order from the Ordinary, Ihhull proceec Bto sell at Edgefield Court House on the firsl Monday in July next, for partition, all that Lot ol land in the Town of Hamburg, S. C., known it the plan of said Town as Lot No. 98, containg fity (50) feet by one hundred and ninety-six (196; feet, bounded North by section of land No 7; on the East by Mechanic's Street; on the West by Loi No 277; and on the South by Lot No 97. Tmaxa.-On a credit until first Junuary next, (1858). The purchaser to give bond and security and a mortgage of the premises to the Ordinary tc secure the purchase money and to pay for titles. Cost to be pa'd in cash. JAMES EIDSON, S.E.D. June 17, 1857 3t 23. Pot Ash. (1L. PENN, Agent, has just received a sup. 'C..; ply ofPOT ASH, put up in tin cans, with 'full d'reetions for making soft and hard soap. Jan 21 If 2 PhysIcians'.BuggyArunks and Pocket MDICIN'E CASES-for sals by A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists. May 23 : .tf. : - Fresh Salmoni,.ysters, &c. JUST r'eelied anothenfresh supply of fine Cove itOyuters, in cans, Salmon, Lobsters and No 1. Sarines-all put up accordiing to '4Gunter," andi are bound to prove palatable to every lover of.extra gid dishes. Forals by W. B. LEGG. M.. 1n8 a EET HOSPITAL WARY .FOR NEGROE~S, GEORGIA... - attention of Planters andSlave-owners getnerilly. lishment in Auguta, Ga., for the accommodatjpn RATIONS or TREATMENT IN CHRONIC and Fenwick Streets, between the Georgia aid )f both. It- is therefq"conveinient for the recep. ction, throughout thw entire plan, was kept in d; being 'furnished with. everything which can It is supplied with hot and coldbatha and shower void fatigue and.exposaure to- the patients.. It is 'ith the constant attendands of experienced male ich of the suffe idg'which too often'is the result 3ROES in ordinarF private practice. ng, per month, -$tO. For all NEcEssARY Medical as in ordinaary C tis - H. F. C OPJ Surgeon, I AMPBEL Atten l Physiciaa. Dr. 3MoANE'8 CEIE RATED E RM IEFU GI LIVER 'PILLS. 1woof the best Preparations of the Age. They are not recon* mended as Universal Cure-alls, but simply -for what their name pur ports. The .VERMIFUGE,' for expelling Worms from the human system has also been. adirinistered with the most -satisfactory results tq various animals subject to Worms.. The Livtg PILLS, .for' the cure of LIvER CoM PLAINT, a BIoUS DE RANGEMENTS, S&ci- H#Ar-. ACHE, &C. Purchasers will please be partkular to ask for.. Dr. C. McLane's Cele brated VERMIFUGE and LIvER PILLS, preparcd by SOEPRoPRIETORS,- Pitts burgh, Pa., and takerio other, as- there are various, other. preparations now before the public, pur-. porting to be Vermifuge and Liver Pills. Alt others, ini comparison with Dr. McLANES, .are woi-thless. ; The GENUINE McLane's Vermifuige and Liver Pillssa now be had. at al1 rispectable. Drua. Stores.-. FL'EMlING BRO'S, *60 WooD ST.(PITTBUBGH, PA. - - -- Sole Propriefore SSCOVIL & MEAD, No. ill, Charleseftreet, 1General Wholesale Agents for the Southern;Sta s., L to whom all orders must be addi-essed. - E3 Sold by G. L. PENN, Edgefleld, S. C. A. ) J. Cazrowrrot and To-r A PELL.1.Irrt, Hamburg ; SKINNza & IAaaLKsoN, Longmires, and WAaRzLAW r & Lyon, A bbeville. o A pril 7, 1857. . y 13 PUR-IYT T EE BZ.OO' 1YOFFATT'S LIFE PILLS -A. un FREE FROM.ALL NiNERIL P013018, THE gra pu lart h MOFFAT'S LIFE PII1S and PHOEI ]I1ER have. attained In conaequence of the extraerdlnary cnrea esheted 'by thelraieuenderslt flnnessy for the tpretr? -toienter..info a particular *analys~ls of heir meIla.virtues or poetes. Hvn been mno than twenty years before the blcad having the united-testliony of mere than THE8ILOSo p ersn who have bee alsiqed ta th ejo tan o f the Beat Veetable Mesticine now befre th1pblc admits of no dspute. In almost every city and vlaeI the United States, there are many who are-readyttsl1 to their efficacy In removing disease, and gtvng toth whl sstem reewe vior ad health. TIONS of the skin, th oprto ofteLF, EIU is truly atontahing, oftenremovIng In a few days, every vestig of these loathsome disae, betheir urfng effects on the blood. FEVER and AGUE DYSPPSA DROPST, PILES, an't In short--iost all diseases, soon witout thm, as by their tey use muc shring and expense may be saved. - IPrepaed by. WILLIAM .3. MOFFAT, K.D., New York,-and for sale by TUTT & PELETIE, Sle Agents, DR. SIMMONS' VEGETABLE LIVER MEDICINES, A SAFE AND ElPFECTUAL REMEDY F-w all kinds of Liver diseases, and all dis eases and indispositions that originate from a diseased atate or inactivity of the Liver-such as chronic and acide infiammation of the Liver, dyutpepeia, sick head ache, sourness of stomach, lees of appetIte, cholic, costiveness, Ac., &c. 1,0 Packages just received and for sale by G. L. PENN, Agent. July 1 tf 25 FOR .THE LADIES! W E have on hand a great variety of Colognes, Handkerchief Extracts, Toilet Powders and an assortment of .Fancy and Toilet Soap.; Pomades, Pure Bears Oil, flair Tonics, Restora- I tives and Hair Dye;i Pteston Salts and Aromatic Vinegar; . Cream of Baunty, Carnation Rouge, Hair De ilatory,&Ac., to all of which the attention of the dies is respectfally invited. For sale by A. G.&A T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists. May 23 if 19 Mountain Dew Whiskey. IA M now receiving on Consignment from Green ville District, a few barrela pure sweet Mash WHISKEY--said to be from the best Distillery in the State. Call in and examine. S. E. BOWERS, Agent. E Hamburg, May 27 . - tf 20 Fine. Wines. - ASPLENDID article of.St Julien's CLA RETT~ 1.and.:No.1 SIURRY WINES. W. E, LEGG;.. aM.. O 2* 19 ]P.ENN;,; is d ly.rectivinz%,fimy4 E K4 okJrfor th e'S0rinfad naitia c LAPIES DRESS G008 r nagnise 5OtmsOi- -v. Barbgss,'ChalIes,uieh & A obe& r d Rieh Plain and Eigured Sil Prin' d PrintedJaconets, Beiautir rhaillia Manbester, Scotch and Db om A fine stock of Stella Bw, az& nti Rs Hoop and EmbroIad' Skir 1 & k large. and uusall me ssortment o nglish and A e, p nd quality. - Wite-Good *'3V. 3~!. Lry desirable stqek..of . kpas Whij* 3oods, consisting in of- - Plain Cheeks and tiri Swiss - Jaconet and NanIok 1I0ul66, S*% and Jaeo'et!Triiun id Bands r > Muslin and Laos Collars, Updersleevesa4n et or Ladies, Misms and Children. )f every description,:andA AtvrM pos Bonnets, Ribbons and.,Tdaming superb assortment -of 11e1.testk ieissaniditro bahionable;Bonnets,.1gether wth ,,gi'ne aseq. on of the most bewithing Bona an'" - Flowers that has ever bien openel t :1iTowu. Also, .ladies' Dress 'rimiings," ieldWike he greatestoare in regard'to tate and.qualitya.: Gloves-andl Iotieryr A verylarge and 'heoies suppgjustviisoieit anI. )pened for inspection.- ,.; as e . Parasols and Fansa, )f the most imprpyed anenveGent styles-some Af then rich andp ra1 beautiful. o.hqs-I Shoes..-i . The attention of 'stomeras in'vited tommme niy stock of Shoes, whicb willbe fonalarad lesirabl4,'and at pices ihat wfI'gi*uitiik mati faetloni.'Alio,. . - y. Hats, Caps, Groceries, Ooory, YANKEE- NOTIONS, And a great variety of useful'ind rnainetal art ales not necessary to enumerate. - W'The publio. e respectful (a ad examine my Stock. - - - - -.-.'i m A'E t'-y Egin Mar 25 . - 1 DRUG%3lRS, EJIf R5 c D R; 'AG-;& ToJ.,TEAGUEtespec-A J fully inform their fiends patronqtha they have justrecelv4 teir FRE1t18 k gred dGeuuiue )rgs, Mc. ind will be pleased to wait uponall whousy,favor them.with Their patroage. Iaewilnot alliius ;o 04'.s '0 'in'thla of our Stock'of-Draged s if fieet.1ay'we-bave theFPUAE STandz .08. C -OMPLETE tgkqYwar o9re in this P)ace. dfield a 23 Tlislied oi -theHsAburg . gbyebdd"A Road. to take.effiet-on'the- 6r0 Jinnistr - One horse vehicle, hree cents. 'mil Two . ." four -u Four hoiirinore, serent Horse and-lRider esenet - -&,~ Wh'ere Vehicles withfont or ao ershll T pay for a ticket to go .and retpri-a ,r a ~eyv. will be allowed to go at the rate -~y~n~p., . mile each way. By Order of teDreos -WM. C:SlB1ES: Tkes.T . May 27, -, 5 :t i,, 20 - - . State ofo oZI EDGEFIaD2DISTRU 7 -7 WelyPiip and his. - wife 4iugusta Anni,at. a1 [y ere fW Li Hone Edmund Penn,--Adrn'. J O .k:Wadlw t*3 T. E bedtor o-F.MaYeng ieeessed, will: s'ainst the Estate of~aa. nt beforo the 20th afof Augit t ofy will bte' (rever barred anat estoppe fromimeouring paf~" dent ofth mame..~ -.'r - ZNotice ialso given tata&referencepill alsp -~ bel In, my'Office ,on that -day, for an secountg betweena tie~ heirs lan'd dreditoi~'of sid'M Yong End died"ein eAiinat lila Estate. A . SJ1yKINS, 0L. - S May 271 .. .. ...It~ :,1 20 t l'iagen hand dr bsale deji .ei% . a hanbalf the orign'alco-&.Oaratoldt' Q&ASSS8,:of all mass, an I aagdo4enew.. ~'. lwnty pairof CASESJ wthfJ3,CASES, . all rn goo~cundido. .. Also, a lot of Brass GALLEYS, Slice and Pa wod GALLEYS,'Comnposing STICKSi, AID a Nod R1 OLLER MOULD; &c.. kll'of whichi ae for sale remarkable cheap. Applelalrthis offiee, .r - UICETORS' fIWqE * LL Persona .baving demand'd ig~nst the Es. Ae ofte~af Capt. John~ are 4 Kxeutors-and' ail persona:Inn :dar anformed~ tha ripmediate~ymentWageaned.O .. JAB. N. LIPSCOMB, Es' on J. B. LIPSCOMB. '. MarS 8 aye. 8 .W~. Nursing Bottles ids *Teething Rings &oMo aeby 1A.G. &TJ. T.EAGUE,Drogists - May 23r. ,-tf , 19 Linieeker, deo'd,ere'e esigfjese make immedfitr payment, and -ihise having de.- - mands against the maid .Estats,; wil pent them properly attested. G. W. LANDRUM, 3 ~Adm'er.dnt erni non. Aug 27 tf -33 dmninistrator's Notsice. LL person- having demands-against the Estate .of Sarah Gregory, dee'd., are requested to render in their acounts properly'.attested-"witheat aelay, and those indebted M3UST -make paymet. by or before Seturn Day net-, ,otherwise they will neessarily be compelled to settle nih a'attorn - RICHARD GREGORY, Ad.'or. May8 if'- 17 - Notice. L.Prosindeted to thse Estate of James S. Shadrack, deo'd., are earnestly requested 6 make immediate'paymenlt, and those having de aands against the aid Estate will render them in properly attested. H. BURNETT,- 1Adr T. M. FISHER. dor Mar 11 ' tf 9 Eackreil Mackrel! EHOSE wishing FINE FISH, inspected and .packed where they are caught, of all siRS and aumbers, call on S. E. BOWERtS, Agent. Hamburg, Jan3. 6th 185%7. if 59 Pie Fruit In Cans.. TUST received a freh and large assortment -of U PIE FRUiT in Cans-an exacellent article for he season. For sale by W. K. LEGG. Miay 20 2t 19 Nuts!i Nuts ! [ N STORE a large aupply of Cocoa, Brazil and Pccan Nuts. Also, asfew boxes fresh Almonds.. 'or sale by WM. E. LEGG.' May 20 2t 9 3 CALHOUN WHIsSY TUST Received Ten Cases of Superior CAL F HOUN WHISKEY, which is guaranteed y the Agent to be a pure unadulterated article.' 'Ut up in Cases of one'dozen Bottles expressly for-3 outhern consumption. . - . S. E. BOWERSwAgent H lamburg, A pril 8 tf 13 Cupping Cases and Scarilcators, LLkinds. lao, L.ameceta and a greet variety 1.of Surglcal j~tweut rle by