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Ior th Adeertiect.
M 'LOVEb ONE.
-Ts, oigved one, thou art gonif ab; aor
Ltingera:with pensive interest, and poiitlIt;
i7Tothe past, thither direels any thoughts.
Vet thus to linger seems well pleas'd-siilini
She gazes silently-upou the past
Aif sone radiant chara did her engage.
And.pleased am I t' obey her flhithful calls
And with an interest, sorrowful and sweet.
'larken to her reproofs and counsels inild.
Mv. hIved one! I, thy winniqg chartus (so
bright, so rare,)
-.And virtues pure, will sot unfold,
Tho world knew tot, alid therefore will not
But.are they not engraved upon my heart?
TheroJet threat be, tha:t lacurt is loth -to give
Them-up, as they rea:a~ll those scenes of Joy
Whickgives a pleasant interest to the past.
Yes,-happy were.those hours which glided
When thou wust here. How often did wo rove
Amid thoae deep'ning shades and graceful
Where Spring with all her fair and floral
Iath -profusely spread her 'wilderness of
Nay, 'twas.bnii yesterday when we were seen
Amidst those scenes which now recall thyifhee
:.So lovely,and thy inuiles so bright. and that
* Sweet voice which oft did Joy impart.
Afid our last, little walk, reinomiabt ance now
.Bringa all iaiere uie; how pleas'd were we
.To pluck the fairest flowers. -and thein survey
Theirgayest beauties, and their fairest cliarmas;
Ah thbuwast fearful, then, lest thy tir flow
Shouldi Cade, bit cre-thep did so, thoudidk!
Th cheeks grew .1tale, thine eyes greW dim,
Deatlhdiapierce, thy heart. But whent I heard
- rhatthqu as ded, hope whispered 'twas not
Btr'i0ien amiidsit that circle which was onde
ISQ htppy,by thy smiles, I saw thee not,
t saw the silent oloon wiich heamed
mFreachsAd face, Iknew-that deat relentless
th;deatee here. I saw thy grave
- Onght thy .wotthiand ieuiory bid ine
-O kid- edeh; Glukind took
- AilnA I~heehad g'ven ,but aldo bid -
- 1okqao. that- other friends I had who wofi1h1
*Likse deheddybe dleed. t.M11A.
-airfleld.~ C. Jaitiary $0. 18-10,
,iAss.skditors--As Oth *nnn
--a ppi-inices fur gardenhi~g,. ajad very few
genm poperly' understand liV4in!ost
* gliabhatiius, a.nd -method of phrtntig'
the 4lfiewent kinds ofC garden seeds, I
thioughj4ourwould confer a favor upon
a portion- of-.your readers tq putblisht a
statment. or- the most proper time to
*;antand the vegetating powvers of those
kinds of sed which suit our climate,
and; urin-geneaal use amongst us.
The. directions which foliow, are for
apen eslture, arin not for hor be'rs.
- Gre,-n..Globe Artihetokes, p tlnt finst of
Marchiin dr ills one inicl deep,and eight
or .piniches aparl, in ic eai, and
rnusplant two feet apart when the i at
is six incites high. A-partahui, sii nt in
Februmr('and M~archa, ini drtis 12 intches:
a pai ,.cover lt see a ut one: inch,
when the plants at e u . k. ap thYemi cen
it treeds. atid .the, a'. a i t melow tar ounid
tem, thov will b, fi to a anasphrantt whenc
one. vear obal: atantlphant itnto a rich
comp~gost wall rotted, ahtlut tten inaches
e'ach war'n, te thtitd yetarAttheabds ed-l
be entable. .Bueans, Englisha lhva, C the
climate iS 10o hot for, 13anais iiny or
Snap, cannot bc'safely pl1antecd util
A pril, as a slight frost w ill kill thtemta
plant ini drills twelve ittchets apart and
ilhrec ina the di ili. P'ole Baeans may be
planted thec same timec, poles siouild be
;abont four- feet apart and four or five
.hetans aroaund a pole. Beets may be
* planued from February to A pail, they
astc slow. in get minra ting; anad should be
soak d .in water thirty-six htours before
plangtang ; -let the ground be miellow anid
piian drills twelve iniches apanat and
three iches in the~drill, cover the seed
-bout~an lunch, whten the plants are up,
diree or -'four inches, thin then ouat to
ejiit -incites. Brtusselis Sparouts anid
ennatmnn Nail, may be sowna broad-cost
an~y time fremsAhpril to May, and trrans
planted the-last of July two reet apart
eacit-way. -Broccoli and Cataliflowver,
need.only to be- knowin to ba extensive
Jy cuitivated.aere;-Broccoli is only a
.purple variety. of Cauliflower. perfectly
laaidyit e~ly. Cantiflowvers -rarelyseQ-tr
omie'to anevtihing here, but the late
- kinsdewith~ tie B~roctahi, ma~y be sowna
broadcast any time front April to May,
njespldamted in July or Angansh', two
- ech way,- they 'will-piroduce
bagse early wase eies tmay be soii br.acId
CaIgiif#Tane to M archt and trans
plitted uas Yea rahoplnts kill bear
t''ingthet - g~ouwrd, up
to the Iiiff; i b41Y -:$Mt to head
arge and film. ~Carrot is rathler slowv
gernniti a d ou soked.
taeuty-fou i r
nariie o t
possible in the aris, thin out to five
inches. Celery may'be made very fine
by sowing it in .rich gb6und~and 'not
transplanting; plant in March,' dills
three feet apait, sow as thin as possible
in the drill, and'knoll or trani le cbe
seed in-, when up to three or four inch
es, thin out to eight inches, as the plant
inc'eases in sike draiv the earth on it in
clear.drys'eathe'r. -Cucinbers, siqonh
as and melons, are nnt saTe io plant be
fore April. Egg Plant is 'very trnder
and'sliabl n6t be p.linted before A pril,
in d'rills nid tranplant as soon as the
MlArt 'ilree itiches high, tiv feet.apiirt.
Ear.l'y Corn may be planted ilie Arst oif
February, in hills four feet apart each
wav, threei hernells in a hill; some
1kind' Will be entable in six weeks from
plantding. ba1ek is hardy, and may be
sowi in dri)ls 'ivel'e inches apirt, in
Februalry. L*lttce may be sown broad
cast or in drills, any time from Januaty
to April, transplant as soon as the
plants bear moving. Okra is tender,
and may be plan a oit the ist April,
in drills three feet apart, and six or
eight inches in the drill. Onion is hai
dv. but diflicult to vegetate, unless soak.
ed tiventy four hours bel'rio Planting,
sow in drills 12 inches apart, three inch
es in the drills, about the middle of
Febtuary, let the ground be rici anid
mellow, and trample the seed in, or
staip a board along -the drills after
plaiting ; there are no fit:er Onions
mad,* in thin United States, than are
i. adn here from seed. .'arslev is har
dy, slow in vegetation, and should be
soaked 36 hours before planting; it
may be sown in dills or on broadcast,
in February. Parsnip is hardy, may
be sown in drills in February twolve
inches apart, thin out to five incies in
the diill. Peppers are tender, should
not be planted until April, plaut in drills
twelve' inches apart and transplant wa
as the plants will bear it. English
Pens, the early kinds may be planted
in January, February and March, the
later kinds in March and Api il, plant
in diills two feet apart, drop the peas
thick in the drill, cover about one inch,
keep the groutid mellow, and when the
pea ar.' six inches high stick them;. the
e;rly Dwarf tiind need no sticking ; fm
Fall Peas, plant thd early kinds in Au
gust, and shade with straw. Radishes
& salify are hardv and Pilay be planted
in February and March, in dulls twelve
inches dpart, and four in the drills Sal
sifv renaining. good in the ground all
Winter. Sjilnate is hardy, mna be
pianted ia Felruar ii drills eighateen
inches apart, in rich ground, aud thin'
out ten inci*es. i~n the drill. Totnjtoes
my0)planted tile isl ofMach,phant
tii djill:'dighteen inihes apart, and thin
outto-eigbtteen incihes in thedrill,..they
6'n'- l1so ' tL I tna iplAnted. .Turnips,
iy 'iddi may beb pltnted. i lis n
Tiuargyand. March; .12gches apat
.ti o t to 6 inches:iig.t eAW rill. i
Undsn uly, AtIdUst ptid Sept6ib'er,
broadcast, except Rutabagas, which
should be so,ved in drills three feet apari
Iad thin out to ten inches id ilth drill.
titon; t'nions, U nion Sets, Garlic,
ShilTins, &c., nmy be put in the ground
anv ime from Octobeo to April.
The above directi'ons atte vihit my
own a.erierc6 has piovedl to suit thiis
climate, and if ihey' are follow, cd wsithi
ordinary seasons, theise wi I be but lit w
falures in (Gardening.
- Yours truly,
Cu.At.t:s :A Painhv.
OF A NEVW ,a:tztc. P.\ta n:
Tite' souehern JVonrnal,'
To be paublishaed in Tallahiasscee, Flaida.
y 'ii a;,anudersignaed protwsus to estnablisha ina
Itue City falatlaasee, a weekly News
a pea, to then' titled " Ther Suuthern' IoannaL"
t tie devioted to Poalitics. Literatuir'e, Ague~nl
tre, the catise of Temperance, arnd 3lorality
In polities the "Sonthern Journal" will at
tacha itself to the sonthern school,. and suisteini
those paincipales which amonig Suthcrn Dem-.
ncrats are known as the State Rights Doe
tr wilt contend for a strict construction ot
the Constittion of the United States; believing
that the federal Gaver nnwnt was the resutlt
of a compact betw een, sepaJrate anid indepen
dent States, and that every power not expressiy
granted, was reserved to thie States, se-verailly.
SThat the exercise oaf any powier rnot expressly
g'at'd on tthe patt of :th eaedral Governr
mnit. , an usuirptiona and should he checked.
Thie '-Southiern Journual" will contend for'
the doactrine that the Federal Goverma neuf
should take no money fromn the people ofthe
$taes,excep-i try the expres g?nt unders the
automiy.OreYpliicit termas of the Constitution.
It will cointend that (n0 Tar itf should be iam
posed. except for the purpose of Rtevea'ne, and
to defray the necessary expenses of an eco
nomiinladnitistrationt of -Govet nment.
yt wilt tappose the timproprition :of the pro.
cwed'ofthe sales of the piblic Ifads to the
Thaee-are some of the' leding topics which
wil engange the attenttib' of the "Southaern
In relation t6 the l.ical affairs of (lie State,
the Jotrtial will be Democratic, and support
the policy of the Detmacrattic Party. With the,
strie anad the) bittertness of I a by-'gone day,
it will have as little to do as the nuaure of its
positaiwill permait. Those questions which
hiav in times past' divided the public mind,
wlich have been discussed uad settled--which
are no longer practical questinas, aind which
ca have no weight with practical statesmena or
enlightened people. it will perunit to pass un
regarded. uiless 'imnperiously-forced upon its
The-'"ont'riiJ~urnal" will -be pmbliahod
every Tftesday, and furishaed t~ sutbscribers
at thee dollata'per- aunta. payabhie invariably
ia advatide. The unaderigneth has also inade
art rigesets to uei-ufe thaeaeisthrwce-iti'the
editormlihdeparttnentrof an' .highily intelligenit
gcntleanif of Alabamd ;.whose connection with,
theJournihwillcommence .sometime-irr Jan
uar. .. W. BA RTLE'1*".
Tallhassee, 2fhDecember, I246 ft
celnt article OfWLTIan.S''rItaED
LA M P OIL. For sah by~
:No Excuise fou cd
I-IFlI foloio f comnm ;hm the
Rev. 0RsPF~t iajton
era equally respecta, 900 noe the
doubts of everyreasuaj w fotheuni
form and singular efi r ''es Hair
D. am' 1840.
Da. D.ArNK-Dear annot say
my lairig.lestored, but n sayphat itanp
pears to beia ns Lpida p of reoration
as could reasonably be. e'Ptedt [ had njt'
finished the firtlijotle rDajlc f P
ras.manifest over.'the bid part ofe head to
ghiich 'it..waa.a'pplied. A ai'~ groNythof fine
gilossy hair, much like that of -an intant9 flp
peiared, and has continued. to, iirgqse,.and I
have had it cut two or three. tiies, 1. hiave
recently coummenced upon .jfie' ihird bottle;
but have beer a good.deal irregular in the nse
,of,the.:-Typic'' from. tite.zfirst iand from :tis
cause I a ppreliend, that th'e efffidtis atpresent
less than it othewise woiuldhave been, .
I began the use of. ih sJonic pih little or
no fuith that it would ever; eaecessftil. on
my head, though 1 felt' ifrj'ul' Afidence in
your statements of wha iteluiae (o Atiers,
and I -was as. much surprisediistdelighted,
when I sawatheeffefct, 4es r-c ilic tha Ap
pearance Qf..ny lflwd..When iii yor fce.
I assure.you my :hair. has bien n1enrly"if not
quite, an inch longer the ties -have had it,
ent, on ltiose paris winch wiereiieillydestitute
af anv, wheiu you. sav md..'. It.; as, liever,
very fine, though ijaite tlc. I am flushed
with sanugui hope of fiial succen in'the dil
ient use frypur Tojic, which (aisiist all the
hair huim'ugWs which faye- been advertised
in the papp I,) I am conraiidito believe is
what it ctiis to be, and-that it wil m/lk tir
hair grow and no nuisuketJit on sonie
heads.. GEO. . EATON,
Professor in the Hamilton 1 terary and Thco
For sile by R '10 ERTS.
An iinWSrtalt- identa'r
PLEASE' READ IT,!
HE fOllowing letter' foin Dr. Brigham,
of Lowell, Mass., bnt steaks ilie unifoirm
language of hundredsof other Plaicians,'who
have tried. aitd therefore koqoy h160 to appre
tiate Jayne'., Expectoraint. - -,
Lowell, Mass..Jan. M 1844.
Dr. David Jayne:
Pear Sir-I have uMjd Owr4Medicine, (so
universally known by tlhamna anof Jayne's-Ez
pectorant,) in my. practice- 0ir n unnher.gof
years, and can inst truly thait i have been
more successrlit in the use 17 thae is a uild,
safe and thorough. Epectr tithan': of any
which I have ever used... - i the best for the
folowimig obvious reasquss It does.not if
iven in proper doses. occas na disagreeable
nausen. It does not weake: the lungs and
prostrate, the system, like . aiet Expecto
uants in common use, -nor d )i.tabate the-ap
petite, like other nauseatin ' d'eiies,.which
have. heen u-ed by the fihc y Ina word it
is nearly or piite t ithiiig -liih has bieen
sought f or by-uiny.of thefi for es gone
by. I reina yons& -
LurumaB GUA M D.
For sale by
R S. ROBE I Aeni
January 28 - 3 -
T M HE Snbseribeswill o cnd
. Monday I WJa. , , o at
Woursalf.ine d efild H e
will teach th6 G1i, t.g
Aristn 3,o ray~- i y pjij9btura
hilosphynaud . herbilieat Uc ectd with
I eyong entlemernca nstruc
ion fri th Cl asIs. -
Rates of tiitto'id Cillbe 6n rate.<:
Good bonr.d cpn he obtitined mn very res-.
petabl And p.uts fatmilies on reasonable
Dec. y' -f .40.
Fema le .&6demy,
i 'tilF. Trusatees have-en da elt services of
I 'liss SAllAIH ilUCH- A 20)4to take
charge of this Instianion, fot the ensnig year.
Siiss 1W. las' for severab-yeairs assisu-d 17r. WV.
i. Joson in Teaching, and has dturing the
presnat year beery conayectlwith tlie, Green
wood School.' Tlite lii cliiaractert and qnal
ifications of aliss it. may inducie parents, with
a!rent counfdence, to confide thigir dauglaters to
her instrtiblioni. - . .
Th'le year wiall be divided into two sessaons,
allwingthe usnal vacations.
Itates nf Tut'in per Session, paya'ble nate
baif i advance for each session, and the halhance
tt itsclose. - -e csii
For Spelling. Ileadn' Writiity
anid Arithmietib, . 8 00
Gographay, Grannnar, Composi
tion, wvith the abo~ve. . 12 00
Natural. Mlental and Mcoral Phi
osophh. Chemiistry, Botany,
Lgic,'&c , with the above, ... 16 00
Fifty Cents per session for:fire wood.
By order otf the Trustees.
N. L. GIFFIN, Chairman.
N. H. Mr. E. 13. A CON will give
lessons in Music to those who d-esiro it.
Dec. 10 4t 46
HJIE E xercises of this lnsmiuiton will
he resumed ihp first Monday in Jan
ary, 1846. Termis as heretofore:-namtely,
rates of tuition fromt 'nvELVEC ini EtOOTEEN
DOLLIARS per sessidti, according to the
branhes of studydrsghtt; and as hereto
fore, none) adinitted for less time than a
s~-sion, except by'a sjecial stipulationi he
Forehand, the charge being'made for ad
mission, and-not for -eachin'g
Good board mava.be had inthe vicindly,
and one or two mIore ptjils mnay be ac
comodaled inthe family of the Teacher.
. . . K. McCLINTOCK
Nov 26 ' I
arrant's 00ompouind Extract
TOF C U.B Es ANDi CA'iAviI, standsa. unri.
aled for its efficacy. .It perf orms a cure in a
few davs-no confinement or restricionl in
diet is necessary. It will be found invaluable.
being prepared wvith the greatest possible care.
upon well-tested .princi ples, found upon-that
important law,.frst estab'ailhed by the 'celebra
d N. 'Ford voe, viz t "That .a combination
of similar temedies will pioducea tWore certaan,
speedy and considetable. ef feet than an;.eionv
alont dose of' any single .one-" .. iA 'coinhana,
jion of Cubebs and .Onpavia form a very use
ni medicine ia .eaant oases."-gelR Cooper,
This articfe is jdstiteceved nadfosate by
Dec 10 f4
cgapa s rOonupuQ is tAuEi
Fd~ R 'THE- cURE o$D
stcid nd ror -~
Wholesale & Retail Grocers
CORNZR CENTRE AND ?JAREET STiETS,
H AAMBURG, S. C.
AVE just received, and will continue to
receive fresh supplies of the foll6wing
Articles, which they offer to their friends and
the 'trade, at the lowest market prices:
50 hhii. consising of St. Coix, Clairfield
Porto Ric6 and Muscotulvo.
Double Refined Loaf, Crushed aii'd Powdered
50 bags Old Governnient Java Coffee,
10 do. Auigustura do.
,25 choice Rio do.
- I8ale Macho do
15 bags Cuba.
100 pieces Heavy Dundee. 44 1o45 inch.
250 do. Kentucky, (heavy) 44 to 45 in.
50 do. Tow, 45.imch
]-5 do. Gunny, 2.1 per yard, 4t(4.in.
100 do Georgia & Corolinma, 44 to 45 in.
300 coils Kentucky Rope
.50 do Manilla, do
50 - do. Jute do.
20 bhds. Trinidad Blolasses
25 bbls. New Orleans. do
50,000 pounds irdb', of all sizes. Also,,
.a good assortment of Hoop and Band
Iron, Gernmuun Caser & Cast Steel.
30,000 Prime Country Sides.
2,000 Sacks Salt,
5 do Table Suit
Boxes Table Salt.
10 dozen I Maple Chairs
25. do Windsor do
10 do Cadne2.ent,
2 do Childi-ens, dq
2 . do Boys, d6
2 do Otfices, do
2 do Iocking, do
1 do Nurse. do
2 bales 9-4Blankets
dk 10.4 do (weighing 7 lbs. to the
A good assortment of Bed Blankets fiomt
10-4 to 12 4.
N EG RO C L OT1S.
-L000 yds. Washington Jeans (heavy,)
1000 do. Coventry Plinis.
. l A IL S.
100 Kegs, (-:ssured ",Yzus)
150 Bags, assorted Siies I
30 Kegs H LViniont's Povder
10 dip Ullastinag do
20 do Ealle,Sporting, do
If HITJE LLAD.
5000 lbs pure No. 1, N. Y. Union Mills
TE 4 s.,
50 Boxes Tens. Cois.iin 6i goin P4.
der,.Hyson and- Iiie)-ial
6 ases attees,
I best Black Tea '
200 Bbls. fritshi Rock L me;
Al'in:-laster Paris.. -
-AL -SO 00
Gin er., Pcpper.Spiee.A innamon Ntnegs,
:Im'd, 1,ltptre, n~z -~tC.'Cpperase
Bdi opatp- ine t e C pe
. Cl urisKeeles; Wiloi Wago'ns
aeidTrad1s Washboaad, Cocoa Dippers,
Clothes Pins,- Brooms.; Wooden Bowls,
Wash Stands,- Bellows, Rakes, Scythe
Sneeds, Coffee Mills,Soap,Tallow & Sperm
Candles. WagonBoxes,. 3easures, Saddle
Irons, Windorr Glass, Starch, Pistols, To.
bacco, (brindstones, Osnaburgs, Tw iie. Cas
tings, Boots, Shoes, Wool [Jats, Rice,Clothes
Baskets, Alinotds, Benrskins, Mackerel,
Mustard, Fifth Chains, Lamp Oil; a choice
article of Chewing Tobacco; Vin.egar, Bexets,
C Cider, Barrel Covers, Cod Fish, Plough
Mlonlds, Sole Leather, Nanakeenas, Chonco
late, &c.. &c.
W ANT ED-10.000 lh s. BEES WVAX, for
which cash will he paid.
llaumbaurg, 18-46 if ~5
Comimi ssioni B usi ness.
?U HiANKFU L to our friendls for the liberal
Epatronatge hitherto received, we respect
fally so!.icit aconti aliilce oh the samue at onr old
Where we will continnue to Theceirc. Store and
Sell CO-r-os and aother Paouvce:, flccate
.AT MiODERATE CHARGES.
Mra will give n'rhilcdd attention to any bn-i
hiss in our line, entrusted to our enre. ex
cept the buying of Cotton. which we'-refose to,
go on either OUr Osan accounlt or that of others,
beheving it dillicult to p~ienLse in the umited ca
pacity of both buyer atnd seller.
Fro.n the lohg experience of our senior
partner, ,ind by plromipt and devoteJ attention
to all mnatters of business, confided to us, we
hope to umerit a share of public patronage.
..VAI.KERL & PEARSON.
Haniurg. S. C.. Sept'17 (m 35
Te Edglefield Advertiser, Ahb. Bainner, Aga
dersota Gazette. Penadleton illesseniger, nuo
Gieenville Mfon niaininer, each, will copy the
above fer- six mnonths.-Journal
H. L. JEFFERS.
General Agentande Commnission
Merchant. lamnbxurg, S. C.
TiLl, offers h services to his fienids andi
~tepubbe, nad hie will devote his undivi
de'd attentiona to e
SELING OF COT TON AND FLOdR,
RacEarsoN ANn FoRnwAnnIIs Gos.
Baying Goo~ds for Pluater s or lMerchants, or
attend to anm business that may be
comt n'dted tOis care.
He embhraces'tis opportunity of tenuderinig
his thatks to his rienads for thecir liberal patron-.
age heretofore he''fowed, and by industry an d
lose attention to business, lhe hopes to merit,
and to cotntinne to receive the sae. It shall be
his aim to make all his citarges as light as pos
dble, knowing that it will he to his interest to
losely observe the interest of his friends.
Liberal advances wIll he made if reqmired. oa
prodce sent to -hinm for sale or store. Cottonm
satto hinm Ly Boats, ill he received free of
wharfagc. All produce sent to ham -for sale
will be promptly sold on arrival, if so ordered.
Augst6 . tf- 28
-W. H, ATKINSON,
T 0O,RNEY.A4 TjAW .
a~ be i Iit tu fhfucelosopoileColipYa
To Physicians. Plantei* I9Ier?
CHATS, AsD -ru1. RoaLC 16 .aru.ia.! t
HE Snbwcriber - has receiied; and is re
ceailg large supplies.ofr
rrom one of the largest Importing Houses in
the city of Augusta, and selling thetm
nt the Augusta retail or wholesale
pa ices for Cash. or on a
To which lie would most respect fully call the
attention of the Physiaians, Planters, Fami
lies, and all othei.a who wish to purchase
any article ina this bran'ch of business.
Persons f oi at distance. ordering Gnods..may
rely upon receivinig them ci iho beat ulifty,
anad at the lowest market prices.
A full pkipply, of FAMILY MEDICINES
will be k t-on retail, ,id the i9ostlfaithrul at
tetion givel. to Pifysiciai dand Fyinily pre
Among the many arateles of totch his stock
is composed. are the follou-ing
III D I C I N ES.
Caltinmel, aid Pillulae Hydrarg. of the brand
oftMander, Weaver, and Mander, Sulphate
Acetate, and ,1ydrochlorate of M orphip:
Piperine. SrychAine, and Iodine Optitnus, Sul
phnte de Quinin, Hydliodate of Puttassa, Kre
osot. lpicac,Julap. Super. Cnrbonate of So
da Ci eaan of Tartar. Emetic Tartar, &c.
(iOm Galbanaized Camphor, Aloes. Myrrh
Opium, )earcottum. do., Balsam Copavin
Cohebs, Sarsaiparilla extruct, and root, Spas
Nitre, &c. & c.
Lampoil, Linseed. Train, Sweet, and cok
xpressed Castor Oil.
PAINTS, VARNISH ES&C
White Lead, of ditrerent braiid., and qiahi
ties, ground in oil, and in kegs. Dry Whitt
Lead, Crome Green. Crowe Yellow, Yellov
Orcre, Stone Orcre, Red Lead, Litharge
Lamp Black, Verdigris, Spts. Turpentime
Copal Varnish, Japan, and Black or Leathel
Among which are Pissiate of Iron 01
Spantish Float Indigo, Carolina Indigo, MaJd
der, Copperas, Anatto, Brazil Wood, Lo,
Vood, Cano Vood, andi Nic Wood.
Paint Brushes (if all sizes. Cloth dlo., Tooti
Furnature, Fiesh, Nail, White Wash, Black
ing, Hitse, Tanners,'Ditsting.- Broom, Hearth
Shaving. Comb, Sweeping, Scrnbbing,: an1t
Ptainters' Dnsiing Brishes. together with'i
variety of other Bushes. used by Painters, an
0other. tint hereii mentioned. ms
PAT LET MDICINES.
Aiong the iany of w hic h are, the lloy
ag, viz: Swai's Paace., F inasck's Vei
ntni'uge, Thompson's. Eye Vater Henry
Calcined MNagnesiu, Jay ties' Expectorauat. Pv
ters'.Pills. Rownn' Tonic Mixture,' afr Ton
ic. Mloitat's P.ills. Tonic Bittems and Compo
sition. &e.. together with a general :nssort
.ment of the most ponpular nostrums orzhe day
A GnW ASSUotTM'T ouf PFItPUsI~ft.ANdI
SoAPS OF TIiR F, ytyST QUALI.TIES,
'Wiidow Glass of* varioussizes from' 0-8
to 20-30. -
The above establishment will be onductec
by; Dr. Claybrook, wh6- leanlaud conuiideiabl
9periende in the apothecary cisiness. aniifdi
the last two y.ears a prnetitioner ir endicine.
1- iJOS.FI D T1'IBBETTS.
Edgefleld:& H;Oc25th1845 .af~- 403
T HE Subscriber intending to intove South,
nliers for sale, the Plattatlon oi IWiidi
ste now resides,.continiing ihree hundrid and
eight acres, lying immediately on the Piney
%Voods ad, one and at quarter'miles frinl the
Pine Hctise. eighteen from Augusta and seven
from Edgefield Court House Any person
wising m pirchae will do- well to cnll on
the s'bscriber, anad examine the perenmises.
GE&ORGE~ W. JONES.
Dc' embler 31 tI 40)
State' of Southa Carolina.
Henry Stone anad othters. vs. 111 Iilfoar Rlie l
P'lensiait Searles, Adau'r. of and -d
Pahiip Liglatfoot, deceasedf. )At~c'aunt.
IN pursuance of' the oerde'r ot' lhe Court
Epassed at the latst teran, requiitng tate "to
ingre and repofrt teo theo Contat, tat its niext term,
wh'lo were the next uof kin of Philip Ligtfooet,
the Defenadaiits initestate, att the tame of hais
dentt, :and whtethter any of' theut anre since deatd,
indl if dead, who is or nre their persontal repare
etatttive or reptresenative's,"~ Public ntotice is
hereby givena to all -pe'rsonas claainnnaag to bc the
next eat k iaa ofszaid Phtilipe Lighatfoot, late cat the
District and Staite aifiresntid, thant thecy appar
biefore mtt in the Commttissioner's Uflice, at
Edgefield Court Hr-ntse, oan or before . the first
day .f May next, antd make prouof'r thae'ir
kindred and right, or oan their failure to do so,
thsey wall beo excluded froms thec benefit of' any
decre thiat nmny be pronanceetied ini the matter.
S. S. TOM PKINS, c, E. E- D.
Commtaiosioner's Oflice, Nov 12 3m 42
Lost or Stolen!
ON Ttiesdlay, the. 9th int.,t a small
JSilk Pursc, comaaiiin Forty Dad
irs, (vi-i: four Ten Dollar Bills otn the
llaburg B~anka.) one smaall atoto on P.
Lolly, for $2 50cts., payable to S. B.
Ryan ;.one acconntton N. Raimy, itt fa
vor of Jas. Lovel, anad sever'al other pa
pers tot recoallec'ted. A liberal reword
avill be given for the recovery of the same.
B. J. RYAN.
Dec. 17 tf - 4'/.
iN THE COMM ON PLEAS,
ancy M.. Dillard, Execusix. vs. )Dee'na itt
Eocht Byite, Uanrmaona Htasa For. A t
nnd WVm. HI. Dytae. )tacehm
tH EPlaintiffint the above stated casces'haav
Sing thiscday filed haer declaratioa itn my
ilce, anid the defentdants having uteitheur wives
r attorneys known to be withain the limitsof this
tate, oat w~homa a capy cf said dleclaratioo
,vith a rule to plead caan be served: It is there
'ore ordered, that the, said det'endanats dopla
othesaid doclaratioats,withini a.ysar atnd 'a
lay from thae paublid'i'tian o'f tIs order, or final
nd absolttejudgmtentwlillbe awardedagamts
THOSIAS G. BA CON, c.c'.r',
Clrk's Office. 17th Mlarch 1845 l y 8
E1 10 M. Spash (L yaledos)
JO M, - do - (Rt 1?di
51l.Inuraic t6 (i Vuus~' ,
rusrc~ed, a a:fa sel
for o**#.e ' 1 t
731 eui'ii~~s f pleA
lie, and ihejderpaa
huy nowut e.
f 1re kmdre, But,~l
Alers . ayii.
Josep'h M., Periryi) k
t e ir ch a~o~~t~
cases in snyf ffice,.-] xlf
ilsut flielDefe Pdand4a
the said Declarai~maiwfrp
duy fromn the At;""Iz
hi 'giien feud. dwr4
rip HtP.RnUuih iw fhe ~
rice, mui the -Dvfindstzjus
.or, As torneos Inbviji-6 'lof10,
of the stalet aLhn
lions, with a rl or~~~.
4 appearand ji~dtji~
a y ear and rdopI~~
deit).W. tlereof~n na.&0
be Uurdc l'niigs,
Beuzaju L (aalsfrn