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From the Mercury.
That'the agricultural labor of
-Sodtith is not very economically appli
-will fully appeir froin a conipaiison
Official statistical data. For tifis p
-poseiwe will take the Sttes of Mas
-chusetts and South Carolina. The
suits stated in connectt'on with the U
ted States census for 1840, and wh
apply to the year pi839, though dou
less'embracing sonie errors,4 I shall
sume to be sufficiently correct for I
present purpose. In looking over t
Sdocument, and summing up the amoi
, .3' ultural pioducts of that year,
will be FoW that the mat ket value
theiproducts 'o?%om' .did
exceed eighteen millions of dollars. I
number of hands employed in agric
Autal operations was one hundied
ainety-eight -thousand three hond
and sixty-three; thus giving a tile o
jinetv-seven dillars to each person v
ployed in that branch of industy. Er
ihe same dat-I, reckon the m ket va
of productions conmon to both States
the saine market value, we shall leI
the aggregate proceeds of agricult
for the safnu year, in Massachuse
.anieunted, in round nunibrs, to thit<
millions of dollars. This amount v
produced by the labor of eighty-sec
thousand eight hundred and thiriy -se
persons;: tius -giving to each person
employed b-tt a Iractii-n short of
Ahu'drei and foriy-six dollars, or an
,cess in favor of M.assachusorts of ab!
- iorty'dollars. For this 'illerence so
cause must have existed.
It cannotibe pretended that the h;
and-sterile soil of Mlassachuseuts is I
turally more productive than the soil
Soutt Carolina. In the biter Staie,
be sure, are lhrge tiacts of sandy p
barren, but a great proportion of
s.urfacef the State is capable of Ii
cultivation and of easy tiil.-ge, and %v
.proper manageient,3ields heavy cro
The rich. glades, thi swam*lan
-where -rerb.iaartmr nihe' extns
- - b-fottom lands, are probably hardly.
ceded-as to fertility, in the Union. A
nthese.hands mnight b well .cultiva
.Sith two-thirds. die labor at most,
te~bisiteiorthe cultivation of Ih I
roek.bound surface. dfMassachusetts
'Ftic,:benthe baiks of -tle, Connecti
~te is -a large tract of fine. -botn
laitianul hero al there in-various pa
diCthtiState,.a rich meadow of int
esetalI these d'Cindle into cc
priativeinsiiyWacance:when, -set agai
teixiahsisttisebottoUIs on tlIe. -Calm
-i)_ieh.road4haiWPacolet., the Enor
and-todimtrs ra'nSoh - Carolina,
weIAs'ir1 Meir ' numtrous creeks.;
bWanciq. fOdes S ouih-. Caroli
wimt a piopulaion numbering.only.t-w
fo tsquare mile*lhas a chai
oseieduofihe'hbt-st lands fur en
: aiLdnivhieh .annot- be had by Mas
.fusett uih a 'topulation of ono 'h
dted to thmesquare-mile. For every;
rtinamede othe schodulhe alloded
with kierhiaps the exception -of hay.,
tlimateof South Cat olina is more ce
genial than that of any New. Engh;
tSjate, and with proper cultivation, wo
A ejd them in higher .perfectiona
g7r'ater abundance. And South Carc
na, too, adds-te all these products C
* ~ton aind Rice.
-By many people lie difference ab<
noted is assigned to te diffetrence in
efficiency of free white labot at
North, and slave lahor at the South
'This reason -is entirvely fallacious,
*any one may see at a giance. A git
number of slave laborers at the So
cultivate a greiter number of acres ii
are cultivated by an egnalI number
free white laborers at be' N:,rth. 1
difference in product results fromi
difiercnce in management, and the<
ference in inanagement is precisely1
difference between Ma'sachiusetts a
South Carolina in theO econm of labl
Thus, compared with agritnlhural hal
in Massachujsentts, onie-t hird partt at le
of that in S:outh Carolina is was'
fronm the wvant of tconinical ,apupli<
lion. But th. reader will pe'a ps sa
what has all ibis discutssionm about ag
* cultural labor to do with "Cotton M;
utactures at the South?" My seply
very much; and ii dhe corteous que
will bear with mo a white I will end<
vor to show how and whts.
ILet it be sti I bt tne in mind, that is
true as that there is a si in the he;
ens, that labor is the original capi
and the great source of'.wealth. Let
also be remembered, that to prodi
the most profitable resu't, it must
subjected to the guidance and control
the best skill and judgment. And no
what are the facts to be deduced i
the comparison we have made. \
have seen that the South Carolina pla
* ter receives, no atn ashrage, niinety-se
en dollars for each hand employs
while the M.issachusetis fairmer 'ecei1
one hundred and forty-six. Thus,1
latter receives thirty-three and one-th
per cent. of th'e labrr, wI en compa
with the fommer, the exce'ss to be
plied to manufacturing purposes.
other words, the agricenturists of
South, by subjecting labot to the sysm
adopted at the Neruhi, would prodi
a much as they now do, and probal
more, and save one-third part of
.Jlabor., Thtus South Carolina might sa
the labor of'sixty-.six thousanid one lht
dred and twenty-one persons now el
ployed in the field, to bit employed
spin and weave the cotron shei produce
and retaitn in~her own hands the pro!
now mae by seculaoers, cnmmissia
merchants, &c. abroad, as rell cs those
reaized by the Northern manufacturer.
LT This is 4o fiction; abundance of. facts
prove the stateiment true. C.'T. 3.
ad, List of Letters
of RELMAINING in the .Post Office, at
ur. Edgefield Court House, April 1, 1848.
sa- Add.isou, 131 2 Ligon, D
re. Armstong, Mrs C Lanham. T W
re Addison, M1iss F, Martin, T W
.' Anderson. Mrs M A Mawbrey. S
"eh Baker. Miss S E McClendon, J. 2
bt- Butler, Miss E . Mora.gne, W C
as- Butler, Lewis Me-Lendot, mrs A,
he Bobo. V - . bloragne. Wm .
hat Bauknight, C hlcDevii, John 2
J Bledsoe, J W Aitchell, mis At
- Battle, C A Aloord, -John R
Of Bryan, .8 MleDavid, J
Culbreath, W 31obley, John
10t Culbreath, mrs S A hiitchell, D D
.Qulli . T 2 McKie, George
ul- Che G --..iariweather S G
nd Clay, It. Miller. Wn
red Coleman, R Odum, mrs P S
ver Cartledge, 8 Parker, Dr
m- Cilbreath, L Presley, J D
oiDoby, J. Philips, mrs D
ont J A Paul, Jacob
ue Dora, J Perrin, A 1
at Dysoo, T J Rchardson. F D
arn Davis, T teese, T I
ire Elsey, L Rhinehart, J
1ts, Feeles. S Ruierison, J
'on Fair, J U Hoelgirsiss
Vas Galphin. J M rry,
Golman R Stedhan, 1
Gill, B L Snayley. A S
'n Goldman, J Smylev, D 4'
SO Glauxur.c, S 16Q. -enry
me Hamilton. mrs LV Sudduth, L
xI liRrhover. G 2 Stuart, miJssC
tjut jrRong, H C Shaver. Nancy
SIlsl1ifey, mass E ! totwell. J
IlugliesR P A Tillgeu, miss E
ird Ilatrde, It TFowle~s, Win
SIrwin. John Vtugh, J
Jones, George Van muren, T 2
Johliisonn ' Wilso. eR
to Johnson. Gi2 Walker, mW J
te Jones, jee Wakin. George
he Joce, mrs J Wikel, J L
igi gKey. J C G miite.J E
dil Laniar, 13 Tiwfall, L F
Lna i. tars N Yarborough. ~
i- Persons cqiog for i abrove leter , will
poJhaso say thy are advertised.
.. FRAZE. P. I.
*April1 3i 2
SKe EA QUARTERS,
are 7 Rig'i, S.a C. 1.
E ocrtZLD. April,4, 1818.)
st Lower Battalion of .irs Regiment,
P o eilappiAr af the Cherole tPondts, wil
pII a Sorday the 27th ar eiv*(6 drill and re
Orfficers -and Non-Von;iA'siohied Officers.
~.(inlac4:ig the Colonel's- Stuff) vijll assembllle
the dey nrevious for doll and jnstiqctiop.
nat 'rhe .pper B~iitalioa-'.Vill apiliar atf thev~ine,
~-Huse . ,- ; d'next,- fordriltI
eo aiod rii.ie-v *47.
d Officrs ando
eld t heUARTERS
md Leare 7th R~la'i g't, .C..
rd a Ed ixtetr.D, Ai m, 0" l.
t "ieppective coatnt s
C, "arafrCOL. (.'Ds M-t~ ~~
ris yig'ew.. . A.
ie OiER Non i c
(inch~dow ataino the Cooel0thf,)wl Rsebie
mooTe~peataon ap la otiailione
-i ,Htirde. ton 2i9ad'th 3Aprlunitxt, soe ad
ol qmjc s telwdietforl and rene .i.. .w.
ad TOffies and NnCnnissioe 0:
as the dayrviuordiladisrco.
nt, chawged. oit tardaxtheo (IfMa ovex
armed andi reqped cman ldircs r rl
Byd revie. fCr;G..' a
)V ficeread.oaCmsio ffis te
te* ; Aprci4ms fo3rl n isrcin
.en HEA1 IVUARE,
ar- 10h og't. S0hIt . C. 1.
to12 C11ata, Rss April 3,11.
tLe T H E Cowerisin to the owne Funi
li' me woi here at Mun th Wlic , tnhe
mdoSaturdate 0 of iAetp nsnf ademedn
Il eqipedct at Bthe lad; o dri ae prredw
.the Ofrvices an otnt Comiioned ofta
.Tcelte day pdrevius or dumriliand intrcthon.
Thseci Uppr ottaen er.wi peariv athloe
;t. Towfe's, ne atliony Orittht Ma esit.o
otarmatd proied wste caw pirectsa fordil
eat uiberan oComitsioneda cllis othe
with the witndito thoae rderuto etheir
i-renpetv ofmmad dn. il a~vcm p
as ord rtyn of~ hy r etiueo
en M.t prns.t t W.~ CAi ndgncRE, *
uth Col.d tei r 10ethv Re. Th ChiM.
Ga.. B.i 3IllS 3t1
th lTIEE Gmieneras ot DonerShnd,
ha v copletdai a nios seicfor stle oac
then omanofindgn. hnso deil
d eDtlement.antinacok sled doave prolued
or he s aerviceroof ~vaki. drmeptent atheta.
ist aT wev fhine p ed BnOmn, nimied uthee
ed lfeven her oreen yersiWtilg the bcre.
bot marens 1 rvddw ca prtnr a ui
'n- L pa eso nc de noreby waione begnup
ice pld.at fo anyoison il becuiedto furih I
thtnnalsgedb to ay or npterspont ble
isy peri~son s,cetfyin thte ardestiuef
a- bohpaetohtte . r ntdgn icm
ri A tae ndedt theirrs ette ofes Theo. Chi
as dre wiblr e'deure to woepnae enter
ing ite payentnd hs aigdmmd
to al eD. tAe roperS, Commessioner
it G B. JOILS, PERNAdr
ce Beach I 3anMc 8,34.I
Tax Coeas -
- WILL attend-at-the there
- inster sp ie i; dfieeieral,
Poor, and Road TaI viz.
At Smyley's.. ,On .y March,
"J. K.Johnston's a a _
" Ridge,. Thu~dv 3J
Edgefield C. I.. M4 do 3Ida
"Randiol's. iel . "-I
" raniteville, V'4'e~~~.U
Beach Island, Th th
'Geiger's. Sin th "
Wightnau's S. X M41 '1Oi.
Red Hill, Wed eday tI "
" Sanai:5', .hs. khnuj1" -
" Freelandls. Frid~ay 4ti '.
Liberty Hill, Saturday 15th "
Shatterfield, ;enday,. .X7th
"Sheppard's, Tuedify A8th '
Duntocra, Wednesday-39th "
Br'r- - Thursday 10th"
Moore's. - 133
'' R. Coopet's. Set y. 22d
Coleman's RoadsMonday 24th: -
Perry's ;r Ioads, -Tneday "li
"Rin.-'harts, '. Weiltiesday'26h
"Norrin' --- Thursdy,.-ytkr "
"bit. Willing, Fiiya98h
'' Richardsoni's Saturda-y 'i29tle -"
Edgefield C. H. Monday MstMay,
Edgefield C. P. Tuiesda 2d.
After which my books wll close for the
present year. . 4
J.bU~ATL. ,. T. E.
March 22 . j i
State Agricultural Society
of !outla Caroling.'
T HE following P&EMlJ&S will be
awarded to the surceedfoi' competi
tors. at the setni annual -meeting, to' be
held in The village of Sparianbtii, on the
second Wednesday in Sept;'.nxtir
.1. For the best S:ali'in. i.W gricultu
ral purposes-a silver leudal.
2. For-the best -Mare, ft Aficultural
purposes; a Silver Medal.
3. For the best native.Bu over 3
years; a Sil-ver Medal.
For the 11est.aaiive.Cow'rover 3 years;
a Silver Medal.
5. For the 'best Jack, breq An South
Carolina; a Silver Medal.
6. For the beat Mule, bred 6 South
Carolin; a Silver Medal. .
7. For the best Ramp ada ted to our
climate; a Silver Medal.
8.: For the best Ewe-ad M 4e our
clim ati-; a Silver 31 eda j
9. FOr tio best a , rqp wool
clielly; a Silver MdqJ...
10. To the nost s tteees e ef
rive grower ofelovier fori bree ctecutive
tem a Slrn
F ihii 16stsucebss d t
ade sa 4peratiossi lled.'itfU'i, trorbe*
ih'& yi"-'tho Agrienitural.Siiety of
-April 6~ti-. 8lli
Js RmberU ?eas-ore.
WEET.Oranges, Bps and large Mize,
New Yorkhplesagg .
In reference to those Ihave' onfl. to yay that
my asarrment is very compleani Will com-n.
pare- witth aity in prices. as almostdA any-largoe
and beauatifial selecton;Iately arrived, wiasc
bougrht for Cash, partiCUlar UlmyliomOsticis to
wich I invito attentiona.
The finest Coffee in market 10 pamnds for $1.
The finest Sugar in umarkcet 11 pounde for .l,,
Good Sngar 12 pounds for $1,
Next week I expect sorne lower in prtce, say
15 pocundst for SI, -
lrATHP.MATICAL Iustrnmnents, for the
LI. use of Schools, a few only left,
Childrent's Knives and Forks, lowv,
Brans Bells, a very nteatarticle, at 50 cenats,
Coffee Mills. a very g'ood atrticle'at 374,
Carriage Whips from 50 cts uplhigher,
Pole and Nail Ilammo s 25 and 374.
Shovels 624 cents, Hlatchets56~ cnts,
50 pound Steelyards at 624 eenti;
100 " ** . 75 centsy'
Wiath many other articles which will be sold
low, at the clieapest Cash Stor,i.
March21 3t 9
II. Hi. Hill, & others .) Anseaded Bil
Jonathan Mi. Hlill. & othere. Aceuwt.
IT spearng t~nysatisfaction that-Jonathan
IMill.Jamnes E. Good win and wifetRhy
donia, James itill, AmandaiHill sud -Henrietta
Hill. Defendats,5 in thircenaenare-absent fronm
anid without the limits of thistate. On motion
by Mr. Wnrdilaw Solr., ite is ordered that the
saiur Defendatt, do alipear;s and plead answers
or demueaorto said bilfwithin.ilhree~months
fromt the puablienationa hcreof,: or the said Bill
will be tatken pro confesuo ninst them.
Commissioners Office, Feb. 28;1648.
Marcha 1, - 3Sur: :: 6
State of South-0arolina.
ABBE VILLE' 1ISTA10T.
Dr. Isano Branch WBj to''eoredosare
. vs. '7 Motgage of
Robert Mi. Mannt. Lad
ITrappearing to my'p s~ondaat Robert
- M Mlann. the defumdtist md'ii: case, is
withtout the limits of this Suite, oia Motion, or
ered, that he do appea~ "'i answer, plead or
demur, to the said'cBIlithi.threel tsinthts
from the date of they a~hipiilreof, or the
said bill will be takerift .gattst hint.
I*. IIj4JES, c.EzA D. -'
A bae ville C. , , 1848. 3mi 8 j
NOTI6E.-. a amt
UIH E Subalrei-iba .l beef-- appoitd
..byj.. 0:DTjkb tmAsgnee-of his stock
n trade, atnd eas. ets, reiires paynm
aid J. 0. Tibbetta, to micetat Edgefieldl C. H.
mt Tuesday the 7t of arach next, to appoinit t
it Agent, to act with the-sbscriber itt the pro
niset; if they think proper
- -S.CHRISTIE, Assignee..
eb 16 3mn 4
Dr. and Mrs. Jones,
W. ILL open as heretofore advertised. on
. T-Moty the 7th orFebruary. The ar
rangementikat as follows., A Primary Depart
eni; Juior, Middle anl Senior Clames.
In the Primary Departmnti.
Spelliag Reading, Writing and Ele
mnitary Arithmetic, $5 00
. In the Junior Class.
Spelling. Reading. W riting. Grammar,
Aritlmnetic. Primary Geopraphy,
Abridged-History, Un oositini, 8 00
-nthe Aliddle Class.
Spelling, Readilig, Writing, Aritlime
tic extended, Grammar and Para.
ing, General Geography. History
of United States-and of England.
Astronomy, Chemistry, Natural
Philosoplhy. Composition. 10 00
in the Senior Class.
Ancient Geography, General listuy,
Critical Reading, Rhetoric, Logic,
Botany, Chemirtry and Natural
PhORRV ,tgebra, Geonetry,
Latin with a view to a m'ore tiio.
rough understanding of English, 12 00
Instruction in .Music. .15 ,ot
do do French,. 12 00
The year.will be divided into four quarters
ofelexen weeks each, comniencing .as follows
1st of January, 13th of March, 1st of June, and
Ist of October
- Books, Stnitionary, &c.., will he furnished at
prices to cover expenses ordly.
1q. B. The present qoarter (to commence on
the 7th of Febtuary,) will be charged as a half
feb2 tf 2
W. KETCHa1F 6 CO.,
lIAMBUItG, S. C.
HIAVE remove. their stock of Dry Goods
to the Store unde.r the American lIntel.
(late lubbard's,) where it is their purpose to
keep a ull assortment of
Anerican. Frencl and English
D RY G 0 O D S.
We would take this opportunity to return our
thanks to out unncrous friends for the very
liberal patronuge bestowed on na for the last six
years. and wouid solicit a continuance of their
We would also.iurite all persons buying Dry
Goodsin Hamburg...who are not already on
ur large list of subscribers -give us a trial.
,Our stock will consist of a much larger and
rnore general assortment than we have hereto
Fre kept. We shall also continne in keep our
isuih amsortment of Carpeting. Oil Cloth, Floor
Mttitig. Bonnets, and Ladis and .Childrens
N..B.-Just received a -full assortment of all
sambers of genuine
Ditch Bolling Cloths,
which tog.lar with all articles in our line will
j iold iisl~o as they can be pirocured in Ham
WM. KETCHAM & CO.
Aug;7-A4g 7-11 f 29
:jukupew1J ea t..,!
an o -ncs o i
on I a
inogs nees,Booki aid Statioiiary.
iid clie u ic-dit, to* responsible and punc
iaehoisiers,'and 'very low for C'ask."..
'C.::A.'l. hoped by a strict'personah attention
nbiinisYvth a 'knowledge founded-on f
sen years experience, and a desire to please
lose who may ravor haum with a call, to merit
share of that pratronago which is in the power
fa liberal-anad enlightenaed community to bes
Edgefield C. HI., March, 8 tf ,7
[10BERTSI Celebrated Cheapest
Summer Clothing and Punamra Hal. !
WVaistceaats 75 cents to $2 each,
Pats$S[ 50 to $5 a pair,
Coats 81 50 to $4 50 each,
Good quality, at $2 .50 each,
Best " at 35 .50"
Silk liped at $6.50 "'
Palm leaf Hats.
Men's common at 18j cents each,
Boys' " at 15 -
Bo1ys' extra at 50 "
Finie qualily, Men's at $2 75 each,
Extra " " $3 -
Silk lined " $3 50 "
New Drugs and Medlicines.
Phaihtoken, a new supply,
Luamp Magnesia do
Snrls' Sarmaparilla do
Ring Nursing Bottles do
Orria Root do
Spanish Float Indigo da
Maceaboy Stiff do
Poland Starch do
Clarks' Matches do
Husbands' Magnesia do
Balsama of Fir do
Sand Soap for cleansinig the Skin,
And n extensive assortment of useful
rugs and Patent Medicines.
Factory Yarn, from No. 5's tup to No.
12's, all the numbers at 87?i cents a
R1. S. RtOBERTS,
March28 . 2t10
Cheap Cash Store,
PU UPENTINE Soap 124 cetats a bar.
3.Best Starch 12j a pountd or 9 lbs. for $1,
irannal Pepper 64 cents a paper.
'resWS~alariatus 12A cents a pound,
Iperm and Tallow Candles,
akarel .very chesap,
let Lamup Oil.$1,25 a gallon.
lgair 106 andl 12 pounds for $1
lesiRio Coflise l0& pounds for $1,
With nur~y other -Guods. sold at New Yorik
ndP):ila~aJphia Cash prices.
is arch & St 9
1 idM T - h'~otice. -
A LL those indebted to the estate of Charity
g~JoJ igpndec'd * are reqnested to make
umediite paymeii n toi isilagdemainds
l resent thema properly attested.
C. B. GOULDEN,
SIMEON ATTA WAY.
jmat., tfe 21
-DIt A F. iiiN i
LIVER # DVSPECTC
IN offering this valuale Medicine to the pero
,ple of S. Carolina li the r'elief and cre of
many disenqes incident to a Sonihern cliiate,
I do not claim lr it infallibility; .either do I
say it will enre all disenses. But in . .
CHRONIC LIVER AFFECTIONS
I can confidently advise aud recommend its
use, from Try personal observation atind soe of
the article !in ny own practice. This article it,
favorably received wherever it las beer. sed.
I am alliowed to refer to Mr. George fieard of
Troup,1 Mr John Warren of Colimibus. Mr.
McA flee of Cobb, M r. Asbury H ll of Athens,
Mr. William D. Terrell of Putnam, Rev'J.
John E. Dbawson of Lagrange; to which i
great number ol names . might be added, who
bear their testimony to its value.
Habitual costivenoss is found very fregently
connected with feeble constitntions, and per
sons of sedeiary habits, which often exert a
very unfavorable inluence upon the general
laehh of the subject: and is particularly mani.
fested by a restless and desponding state -of the
mind, irregular if not a loss of appetite. For
' ndition (if the system, this article is confi
dently reconm with the positive assur
ance that.if the dose is properly adjumed. o as
not to movo the hnwels too actively, relief ntay
be reliedon, without any, even the least of tihe
unipleasant consequences, renking from the
use of the cummnon porging medicines usually
resorted to. This article will b" 241iund1 to act
as a -pleasant nordiil and tonic, restoring the
appetite, and at the same titne fulfilling every
indication that the common purging medicinis.
are designed to effect.
There are t-ome constitutions liable to reg
lar attacks (f Bil-qps fever altmost every full.
to stnh. I recommend the ise sftlhis Medicine,
beginning at least by-the middle of May, or fat
Mary persons whose Digestive organs are
feeble. onten experience a seti of fullness,
weight. and oppression. abont ite stomiach af
ter eating-iti such cases a dose or this naodi
cine will often afford immediate relief.
Pregon-tt women often suffer from hear
barn and costiveness, they anty rte the article
withont the least danger and with great benefit,
In sick or nervous head-ache, it is a tost valu.
I could append a long list of certificates. but
forbear. prelerring to rely on the virtns-of the
nedicinte to sntainitself. The inelicine is a
gentle and certait catharlie ionic and undorific.
For sile by Robert Anderson. LibertyINiil,
Cheatem & Settle. Dtutonsville, Charles Frei
man, Cairo P. 0., and
Edefield C. H.
ept.8 ly 33
The particular attention of Country Mer.
merchants is requested io the fllowing'
hOGAN & -TINOPSON,
'AND PUBLISHERts '
No 30 North Fou ii
d thaut heoraltr1tkfloi
~la. yd ithdf '
inbest fuial):lda ytheasiei 4et ok etotur
ciie from their stock.
,Uitertoiesjstm ofereditidig small amounts
ha's involedit eitisa in their14lleetidai.and
as H. & TP. now sell only for CASIH. or sneh.
negotiable notes as sire sure to be pmaid ina bansk
ut their maturity. the saving to those whlo choose
to deal in. this muaasnr will be a very cansider
eble per censtage n their pturchtases.
Few dlern in thet country buy more rhan
S2)00 worth ofstatisaery im a season. manmy niot
over one-half, tand a large portion not snore than
site fourth of that amount. There is not a
dealer, therefore. wvho visits Philadelphaia who
would be inconvenaiencedl by paying these
small sums in Cash, and as each eans save ann
ney by dumttg so, U. & T. believe the are of
fering an indnscemont which will glsadly be em-*
braced by those wno make their purchases int
Philadelphia. Thaose, whot enter into eucts an
arrangenment will be enabled to sell at prices
mclh below their former rates at huome, anid
wsll conisequen:ly reap a Iirger aggregate p.
lit from the inicreased amount uoftterntes.
Hiaving a PRINTING OFFIlCE1for copper
~ateandI type work, asnd an extensive BIND
RY . .are prepared to fill6i-ders fromia
Danks anid Public Offices, wv!ent forwarded
hrnugh merchtamts. at extremely low prices.
Plhdadoelhias Janunir3 13, 1845
febrni.ny 2 . 1m 2
STATE~ OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
IN TrilE C'JMMlON PLEAS.
as. 1Declaration in Attada
Eli Clark. ntfl.
T HIE Plaintiff in the above cases, having
this day filedt his Deelarntionis in my oaf
ce. and the D) fenant hsavinig neither Wife
tor Attorney. known ton reside withsins the limits
f the said State, ott whom a copy of said dec
arations with a rule to plead thereon enn bts
srved. on motions of Mr Wardlaw. Plaitntiffs
Attornaey, it is orderedi. that the saisd Defimdusat
ppear andr plad to thesnid Declarsations within
a year and a dlay, fromi the slate hecreol, or
ud-ment will be awardedl agsaintst him by de.
Clerk's Office, A pril 30, 1847, 1y 13
iN TIl E COMMON PL EAS.
llenry 13. Gleason, Declarution
ames HI. Jones.' & Co. Ataaent.
Tl H E Plsainstiti in the above case, havinag
th iis damy filed his Dselaration in my o)1
ice, anid the Dehi-nidant hsavig necisher wife
icr attorney. knownt to reside withiti the limits
> this State. oan wvhom a copy oaf the said De
:larationt, with a rnle to plead, east he served.
in motion of Mr.G(rav, Attorney for Plaintiff,
[tin ordered,'Thaat the' said Defe'ndant appear
amd plead to the said Declarsatiort, wvithirn a year
ad a slay froms thie slate hereof, sir final aind
absolutlo jndgment will bn awarded against him
TiO. G. BACOsN, ClerIk.
Clerk's Oflce,aMay 26,1847. qiy 19
LL1 Persons ard~ hereby cauttioned a
.s gainst eniployinig or hanrboring. nmy
ndented appreniice named Robieri Wood
serst,as lie' has left my ermprlay-w-iihoutl
ay provocatlion, tint I am deterined to
prosente' any one who eiiher emiptoys or
terbors him. J. D. TIDBIETTS.
March 13 - 3t 8
raefenberg Comp ny's -Ue'
50.. BWe& .New
C " VOr.-Miftd cr.
Bify tha ftit G& te
- BRAaaR'D f ''e'
Georgai d Y
aed to eatablie).-AI
SDepts therein,a -
grant righ ip o
the Coi,a.~ - Medieines.. - Eery :;entg *
have a certiente wath, the seal of the Con
fly therennto.signmed by its Secretary'afnd 6 ui3
tersigned by the aforesaid General enti
oneC is ais~thorfiaed-to sell the Company'a
dines without such cernfeate.7.-4..
Graefenbeg Medicindiug. -
The ttcersigned is full repared toe'st P
a GRtAIEFENBERG DELPOsi. mall plae
p oper size itn S. Carolina and GeorgiaI
mnediate.applietiona shouldl be rmade,- peta.
ly or by letter t. George Brainen, 1ent
10, lilnyie street, Charleston. ,
probably be but one Depor in atown' rjj6E
laige the agency.wilbe r.exy yallsblgtn
The celebrateJ Medicines of the
EN BE RGCOMPAN Y are rapidlad ;Om
pletely superceeding all others. ..Wher~eg.
ttr diaced,-u-eiarinks o usnga o!e -
Their chareter isl est explatmid;
that THiIRTY THOUSAND.50 4
*TH EIRL P L LS A LONE.A RE.SOLDjAl M
AND EVERY WEEK~ s-. o"
Certificates up-,'cetiGcites aip
f the country. are -coistW oep. -
ing to their wonderful jeers. i-h as
is almost immediately- felt,:o th
will show the invalid. Yhelrt&Jlap-irifj>
not Ltuing h.im good~ The sick h al4e
abandon all othier medacemd and' g
Pills a lair tsal.
Tbe operations of ths ompany
the world-are of unfirecedeaitedaj~
igh and comtandg cbarae
received the uTqualiied .rob
gwehedl Cdrymen'istituaW.jjq' jpa
the ptublic genterally. --e~j~a
bituines is assunn ant
through. the Grufiaberg T.
every nhily in the.a. w: ri
some kind.ogpaent eoa --
tiniz, like- thaiof :bhaC f
medicines may hea.an.
The leadingartins of ite - -i.
is innterd'er is -picc~ikl~
TH E GRA.EFENBUTRG FO
The following complamt.guaci
Astha pub --- Seve an
Bilious Compliin G M
taon ke t .o ' "
Catank. . A
Coutih orP ~e~nentl
.tilan C-asnpp. ' i
D i pne
S - -
The nsames itbot
aTiE l l:Di
tlhe woridh It isaivi WY
whicb children -anfd ouaw~i .
lia. -Prico 50 cents aboulepsiid..ie .
rectionis . -- pe'e
THE GREEN OUNTAN
OINTMlENT.-Whre.~vrndaionn ~ g
this Uiitmtaent.is a -poitive andeif T~im
dy. -Pzice 25 ad 50 ets.egbosi4:6~t
T H G RAEFENBERG FEVERLAND
G UE.PIL LS-Trie mastimpici'iasjaie(
be placed ont these Pills.- They ae-th'sti
positive.cures knownu and ashoulded" -y
all who suffer fro'u'tuis disdrder.i Pne-4
For disordors of the eyes this L'gsiotag o
equal., It is comapounded npon thesmoypj~
tic pminciples,anid Etas performedexrag~ia
ry caires. For violent .inammation. -duan
nd failing of die sight, weakness of e1: -
invohmttary weeping. foreigti substanciuyhe
eye, &c., itis a positive~ and speedy-qua, 4. -
25 cents abottle, with full durctis. d-,
THE GRAEFENBERG HEALTIIBf'
TERS-Sovereign to bud up theM99er
uysteW, to restore the appetite,.andcele
sk in. Price 25 cents. a package. ..y-d
G RA EFENBERG SA RSA PARWL&
COMl'OUN O-Wrrat ed tomake woqut
superior n quality to any in thp wor.gi.
Atnd fort sale by.
Edgefield Court House,-8,0.
A nd in Charleston, by NELSON CA RTER
opposite the Chtarleston Haitela; AMOS E.
opposite the P. 0. ad 263 Kingest.CiarlI
WVM [IAINES. Anguista, Ga.- 3
-JOHN LEMMOItN. fihati.&SC,a
M. LEMIMON, Winsborough, S8,
january 21 *3m ,,
Brought to the Jaf '
O F this Distract, a Mulatto map, wherny
his name is hIRA M. and thathe belkg ~
to Mr. John Hlarrison, of Fairfield Distiit,
C. Said fellow is about five feet ix''iiset
Sigh, bietweeni 23 and 25 years of ige,3tiriht
comaplexiona. He has a scar under'the lefF'ey
said f..llow says he ranaway. sometime-insJl
or Anra:st kast --
Trhe ownter is regnested to ,come. forwad,
prove property. pny charges.. and take h
away, or lie will be dealt with as thejlawdirecs
C. H. GOODMtAN, J.E.D.3
EARS (OF EARLY SIX W E
RARE RPYE COlt(N.
J00 E ARS of -the ak~pve ve~~~
large.uami htnutiful.OjN pt eien
Eatr. TURNIP BEET'i' illud.
oh Landreth's Genuine Garden Seeds, &~
sale by - R. S. ROBERTS