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"4Froo the Sou?hrr* CIII:vator.
-:'AR less aitention-iipaid,.1.he'erec
b6 BaLns aid* StiblesI ifli n4inI,
-than - ill b-h'e wheat aild grass-groWi g
States. N -r are they so indispensab1
1t1igricultuial operations of the Tor
iner, as 'in RIhose- of the h:tte. he
- ?stems of- th dconiti: p ant are never
g'iired -into " bn-rns' like Aie straw of
whWat, nor are:con :sialks, hay or otner
f6irage required to be carefully housed
eco'mized, to keep horses, mules;,
c CiH'ttle and sheep throueh six months of
r;iht6r. After making due allowance.
for difference in climate, tillage, stock.
-tasing and 'other peculiarities, we still
think that great improvement In the
construction of Stables and Barns, il
needed at the South, viewiig its agri
-culture as a whole. One sees mbre
good barns in the ivheat growing regions
of New York Pennsylvania and Ohio,
than in- any other part of.- the Union al
though not A few noble specimens can
be found i New England and other
States. Long experierce at the North
has tested.and fully'established the econ
omy of making basemrent stories under
barns for stables, and the storage of
roots. tubets and. grain. Wherever
stone -or rock can be had at a moder
-ate expense, such basement should be
constructed of this"'enduring material.
A,good wall laid inlime-morter, seven
or eight feethigh, foi the sills of the
frame: to weston, ill last for ages, and
-greatly aid in keeping all the wood
--ork above from rotting. At. first, it
was customary to construcf' higfi con
tinuous walls and basemeits only on
side-bills, where th-e rth was dog out
so that a wagon might be driven- on the
."loor above the stables in the basement
.of -the ground on the up-iill side of
the barn.. This was done to avoid the
,--auoliog.of hay and grain up an inciined
plane to get into the building above the
basement. By- a little gradi.ng and fill
, inv with earth, this ineonvenience is
now measurably avoided; and three
tifoiirihsof all the bi6rns bWilt in Western
New !York dn'level ground,. now have
good basements under themn. You may
find -flocks of severillhundred sheep,
(and', the mos'- healihy and profitable
ever- seen by.' us-in the United States)
keot-for morths together, withoutt once
going out" in thiseiables. Thej'are
-eds like h6gs, i-. 1 eis, each of Wich
holdi-frorten 1-twenty :heep. Win
s and -doi 9venmtilite-ilie aparta
--meeta;bilst- dry:'stawi ieaen, nick
nd ' little"ypsu6 absdrb'and fi l
-t y $'gseida "f
eb vjrqc A ffd
ba f V rcst
10 , iinl iiksndh fAIi c ElW;r
add~Eithe ieT'f mII o4.h
the' obidr'rgaerf w,ilf' notice'the
-- good econotmy efsaving ti'er shelter
- every pat ti'cle of anii'made by these
aniin'als. "The 'pr'eservation'-of fertili'
zers derivedt from horses, :mules, cattle,
swiie, "sheep 'and- -poultry, is doing
mucli cdward keeping theni in dry apart
* ~ ments with'*economuical arrangments to
- ' 'feed them at-asmall expense. FExper
* ience demonsti-ates the 'zp:ofits in morp
and"'better milk from cows, moro and
better pork fronm hogs, and cheaper la
bor ?rom wom king oxen and horses, than
can be had without cenofoirable quarters.
such as good barns fur nish.
It. will, doubtless, be an objection to
our -plan of making a stone or brick
basement* for a good sized barn, that
it will'enost two or three hundred dol.
lars. But' what is this for a structure
thsat -will last for centuries if well done?
Think -of the money paid out fom car
riages, hardies, saddles and other per
ishmablew articles, and then do not bay that
you are less dle'to build a -'de'cent barn'
than a'- hard-wvorking farmer in Illinois
or elsewhere. A good 'thrashing floor,
- . granary and hays-forktoring wheat, osts,
* ~ peas, corn, hay, 'shucks, &c., are very
useful. Ina rainy days, plows, and all
other farnm implements can be repaired'
or' uiade anew itn a' barn. Barley, oats,
peais, beans, corn, stmd rye are "got out"
and prepared for use at home or mar ket
abroad, -when out door work cannot be
-done. It is not enough that you keep
di hands doing something all working
- ~' - days; you should see that eacht works at
:all timcs to the best. possible advantage.
'It is 'difficult to say iai what form, o~r of
w,hat dimensions a barn should be built
as these niatteis vary with the extent of.
the 'farm, its aparticular operations, and
the. taste and purse of the proprietor.
.Thirty feet are a good width, and the
length can 'be forty, firiy or sixty as shall
be deemed des'h able. Some farmers pre
fer several of moderate size if needed
for storage and others make them of
If: horses or other an'imale-siand on
* 'the 'ground as is 'generally practised at'
the South, but very seldom at the North,
they should be well bedded and kept'
PKKecrt';S,-"I hold," said a Westa
ern editor with digni6ie'd emphasis, "f
*hold it a self-evident' prrticiple thai no
* man should" take ia newsphper three
years without 'ma kin'g ar least an apology
to the editor or proprietor for not paying
"Gen. T1o Nel'_l
!Colpn continues to remain Low in pi
ps'criber takes tbis.inethod -of informing
that. he iaaa'splendidand weil selected S'?
.lately.b-nght-i New-Y'rk-and Philaddlijh
them at such prices as will conpare%vith-'i
ces. '-His-stock is 6niirely-N EW, and io o
there. His stock consists in. part o'.every),i
ses-Shawles, Ribbons. Collars, Gloves.'.1
r"dy made Clthbing' Hats iid Qaps, Hard
Blankets, Kerseys,Sugar and Coffee, POpp
men to pay for bad debts contracted with mi
Canna tir the.Ch:apet. The commun
be.satisfied, before buying anywhere else.
iharge.qr1ooking,you May -easily come al
foiced t~o admit, that the best Bargains area
OF READY MA1
AT THE CHEA
T IIE Subscriber haing just received a
Clwthing, consisting in-part or Pantal
Pocket Handkerchiefs, Shirts of all descripti
in style and taste cannot 'be sui'passed, and a
Ile now offers a.splendid assortment of B
style of Childrens fancy Coats, Carpet Bin
Fancy Miss's Black,'Slate and White Ho
Gips and Fringes.
Just received a fresh'asiortment of NEW
December 6 1848
.RY 01D OODsl
D R' Y O O-5!
FROM 1.,1T025 PER. CENT LESS.
THAN LAST YEAR'S PRICES!!
At T. Brennans Cheap)'
Opposite the Mansion House anti itezt
- door to- Hand *4 Willkims' Gio
cery Store, Aguzsta,,Ga.
H E undersigned has received his s6pply
T ofFall& .W idir'Good,'amoiig uwhi are
.g,.3tdeeidind y4ain black uzks -
glack Alpacais.sand Bombazines,%
Coied Alpaccas, 'plain and satin striped,
French Cashmeres =s4 EnglishMerinos,
50 pieces Muslin-DeLaines. 1A. to 25 cents,
30- do Cashperes, lito.50cajts
100 do Scoc and French r1had4s,-I2
500 pieces Prinis froit to21 eintser yaid,
10 bales-brown Shirtings and Sheeti,u 4L tor
dF 1e iG ats d Bittns
B1ea ced shirt1s, .c,.5 t.o1 te .s,
Ne 'isi4kl " omis
Cfdh.aiilli ds n&Ermitt,
Bad Anndti% 's
-N. -B:-Irints and D'oesities 2Oer.c
~ess than Iast'year'sprces. -
New b~ods'ivdweelf iWb ....,er.
Parcels delivered in HaPinburg'free o(charge
Oct 25 -- Sm .' 410
* Look at This.
Great Bargains in Dry Goods.
JP1LLL.&M II. CRJ&NE.
(4Lt his Old Stand in Augusta, Ga.)v
AS just received from New York a large
a. nd extensive-assortmentt of FALL and
WINTIER GOODS. many of whtich lie is
selling from 20 to 25 per cent, less- tihan I,iat
year's prices,,hle.would intvite~ his t,ient and
all othert who wish' td~purebase goods,Jow to
givet him ai call. Itu his stock ;are nmany Ricki
and fashionable Goods, suc.as
Rich Satin Stripe anud Chanageable Siiks.
Wide Black Gro DeRthine and Lustre Silks,
Rich Satin Stripe and Figure.d Cashmeres,
Cashmtere 'Decosse and Muslin DeLancs,
Lamertine Stripes and Plaid Worsteds,
Satin Stripe and Plaid Aipaccas,
Mohair Lustres and Changeable Plaids,
Plain, Black arnd Silk Warp Alpaccas,
A largc assortment of English and A merican
.Prints, handsome Patters and very cheap,
Fiench and Scotch Ginghams,
Rich Cashmere and Plaid Woolen Shawls,
Elegant Lace Caps and Muslin Collars,
Gabriel. and Jenny Lind Collars,
Drapery Muslin and Furniture Dimety,
Welch Gauze and Milled Flannels,'
t0-4 & 12-4 Ribon Bound Whitney Blankets.
The above, together with a large assort
ment of Cloths, Cassameres, Vestings. Sati'.
nets, Kentucky Janes, Blankets, Flannels,
Kerseys, Negro Cloths, Bedtick, Drapery,
Lining, La wns, Muslmns, Cambrics, .Hand
kerchiefs, Brown and Bleached Shirtings atid
Sheetings (very cheap), with a va'riety of
other goods too numerous to mention in this3
Oct 25 - 4t 40
RUNA WAY from the Suabscriber
on the 2d. inst . :my NEGRO
, M~I AAN PETrER, Said- boy is about
thirty-five years of"age, rather.light.
complexion., stontly made and has aJ
977heavy head of hair ; lie also has a
scar on one of his feet, near the first.
joint of the great toe, 'caused by the' cut of an
axe ; lie speaks rather short (whien spokern to,
ad has a somewhat dow n look. I will ;tve.4
the above.rewvard to any one wio will' er' r
him to nme at my residence, or ' twentye dollars
(1120) if lodged:in jail where I may gt:bim. -
* . JOHN L. BOYD.
Warrenton;,Abb. Nov. 8th 6t -S* 43
M fR. ROFF;' d oditO 1 au~ in
terest in the r'igit of Ed geldkiastri
to Hoteluss' Reaction41 ~iiW els(Pateai~
has never coetIe~ihditii esa6dida,thei6.~
fore tie holds no aterest, and has no right 'te
sell or ma: e any 'contract for ,arinWleels.
We.- the understgn2ed are the -owners, ofaid;
right, and a.gight purchased from any other,.
Mr. 3, T?WEbBaa, we aittise, &*lf 1
power to acit as our agent.5~~ ;
.- .. . ... ..
ice; a anione! nt si ~fa~ te sub
ithet Pubic in thelI g;country,
it oFGoods o,l &,;be has
I, extrpeiieIy , -hse.wisiling
y snld at. 'prgeenihuude, cio'a-is ad^
d God. bough ycabes I'bs&be ound
idfof.Dry.G60ds-F i osJ-rfdres.
deei,gBedticki iEsail P Trc, also
daarca,Jewelry. Curle. Tobacco,
ersS?ice, etc.'et As ekia any.
-i do 'open,f - e I sell
iy-al do welo~ egia, ando
C-ie, -,eanm )v dai de
hd il , ivio IeT M be
I- I '
navy ap9nriment of eonable
oor.; Vests, Cba6, Se %kNek- and
ons- eatc.ete ;diret f iic
s.earsricese Ley'ae e- jiuGoods;
eads, Tassles,'Cla g ,a.late
ling. a full assortie-ot LaW
t, Black. Tasse est .e lRabons,
RICE, hieh h slld a isi.
Win. K-eteli ~o
AKF- pleastire -in r irnt ow rrat
T ful acknowledgesi ei t 1e'al
patroage.heretofore bosinscdli he ,amd
impe by . libeiality and -fair tde o meit'a
We now invite the ateit ur. nmuer.
Srnd and cum "filMesl.'g ein
erally, t6 '-r new Igo
FINE, FASMOIL ~AN
Select d,j *on f e rf:6'6
month from the I . t h
Our apsor'iiet wileo
usually-called I tiis .a
E. GH -r .-he A6mwn
0 00 If..
- G -.KNI
Who respectfully tender. tbT unstoinera
and Planters-generally theiriserv cesjn.theo $tor,
age and sale of Cottou, and%th&irodnie.
Adyan'es-will bes made when reqired on
produce in Store.snd their charges w'i be reg..
uinted.iy a due regard to. the stateofdhistimes.
NovI1.1848 2m .E . 41
STAT E' OF SO UT H CA LINA.
. EDG EFIELD DISTRIT
IN COMMON PLl&$S.
Isaac Haads -
Rob'i Shannion. j :h-4.
T HE defendant, Rohert 8h "i b, .hJo is
itthe custody -of.the.86erif1 Edgefield
::istrict, by yirtue of a capiau ad:jatisfaccdum
sated 'm this case,, having hled a schedule of
uis whole'esate, nadia petitiof for the-benefit
)f the in-olvent Debtors' Act,~6n motion of
Carrol, the defendant's Attornej, it -is therefore
ardered, that the said l<aac Hewes, as well as
ill others the creditors of the aidefendannt, do
tppear'at Edge feld ourt House before the
Court of Common Pleaa for,theouaiddistrict on
he first Monday in March next,.oshe.w cause,
f any they can. why'the said defendant should
'lot be, admitted to the bebefi'tithe'said acet.
THOS. G. BACONC C rED
Ang 9 1848 3m 29
STATFE OF SOUT H Ca1IOLINA.
E DGP.FELD DiSTRipT..
iN T HE COMMLIOP PLEAS.
effers & Cotharan,
FTenry Timanus, ) >j. -
T EPlaintiff i the above ease,'huaing on
' the 1st day ofMay last, file~d.his declara
iona, On motion of Mr. .Yuin' Miorney fdr
Plaintifi. Ordered,ithaIltfie' sadD dant ap
>ear tandplead to the said-deurt6n, within a
mear and adaffroni the i~ heef, or judg'
uient will be awarded against him-b default.
HO. G -BACO1 CrT.
Clerk's Office, Ist June, 1848.
Juna 7 ijy -20
sTATE OF SOUT H CO(ROOIN.
E DG EFIE LD .DISTR3CT.
iN TH E COMMON PLREAS.
)avid Stilnaker, for
. .Hugheg,. 2Dea fr~io in
r H E plaintiff in-the above caeMiving this
Rday. filed: .hisdeclzarationdelniyi.ofiice
nod the defendant having neitherpiife nor at
oruiej, known to reside awitlain ,Wldliits -of
his Stats;on who a,copy;ofeii dolaiation,
pith u'rule teoSlead, can be ser,.D imoCtios:
prdered,that: the said- defeadanutKipear and
ulead to thesaid declaration withina ataa and a,
lay,-from isda~ ~~of .~i~imetill.be
Lwarded agamast~hib deTl ij. .
Nofeedabui 8 * - --42
iWi tE 6re4a'n."all peresonefrom eut
..ting, or hauling oto, a Id, o let
jiggfBre out,ior la altever,
githodft-t'y eone'f,a~ ill libe put
a force agamist.themn,
- -e- -M . :E
H XM BRG, S
RATEFUL.for st favors the subscri
- her hereby.gives notic'e tiatl'is House'is
now in c6miplete order, and would reapectfully
invite all rs~nsisi i and the
travilling public to ge. hiim a.call, confidently,
*behSvmg,Ihat he dan give entire stisfaction to.
all: those who. desiii- qpiet or-lerly Housej!
coftnfrthble Roomi and leds ;with as -;ood a
table is ihe Miiket'can rtirnish'. 7
Stables; Lots anid Carrin'e' Hou. in first
-rate order and well pplied. '- A sober. and
atentive - Hostler always in attendince. Par-.
ticular-'attention given to Horse lft by -perz
sons visiting Charleston or otherilaIces.
Carridges always in readiness to convey
.pasengers to and from the Rail Road -when
Horses auJ Vehicles to Let.
Oct 4 12t 37:
STATE OF SOUTH- CAROLINA.
Mary Jane Pope.
%OTICE is hereby given that, by vir
N ture of at Order from the 'Court of
Equity in this'case, I shall proceed to sell
on the premises on the 29th January nexi.
-The Mill tract.of land, belonging to the
estate of James S. Pope, dee'd., containing
three hundred and ninety acres, lying in
A bb vile:Dist-ict, on Wilson's Creek, and
adjoinibg lands of Daniel Rudd. Dr. John
Hollapd, and others. -
. Said lands will be sold -on a credit 6Tone
and two years, in equal instalments, except
for so mech as*will pay the cost of this suit
ld be paid in cash. Pur6hamere to give
-bood--and jood personal security to secure
ih6 purchae money.
S. S. TOMPKINS,A, E. E. D.
Comm'rs. Otfice,.Dec. 20, 1848.
Dec.27 .- 5t' 49
XTAE Of SOUTH CAROLINA.
Bl .fo" iton of FL4s(ate of James
Lewi R bortseh .and othisra.
iM -and others.
ifgo my.satisfaction,. that.Wm.
"Mi,JTames Morrds, ,Re.becca Morris,
Mirah'll Palme aid:his'w.fe.Ejizaoeth, John
li44nd his yife6ir,barr, Levi -almore,
1i1iam, Fulm'o1r'e,.Josephj T. Fulmore ;and
Pph MoFrj,soiaof4he deendanate in this
us$ a e withou *the. limits of thii Siatei
4~rie.ha i;he,,defenadanatstabovie .Ur-d
. emar,totheiWdhil eetbre
-the paliicatioiof this.order, or.
i -"will -be6tiki T W az
SYTM Sm - A..
- II !m8; 6 84
- otliersr Bl
- ames'Wall and-others; nnay-1'a
* Tappeairing to my s.itisfacton tliffmeT
.-Wall:& Martha Ditulapf defeda'tiir thi.'
cAse;iargand 'reside .witliout'thie'-litnits aWt'iii
Siefe ;~oidered that the defendarits'above%nmim
ed,appene in this Honorable Coart, and-ptlead.
aiswer or dernrto. the. Bill, .within three
ionths fro'm the publication- or this order; -or
tbjsaidlBill 'will be talien pro coufcsso against
-;'Coinissio,ner's Office, .Sept. 26, .1848.
Sept'27 1848. 3m ~ 36
State of South Carolina.
IN T HE COMMON PLE AS.
Kemtick & Thiryer, )
vs. .' Atlaclunent.
T H E Plauntiff in this case, having this day
filed' his Declaration in my office, and
the Defendnt having nei ther wife unr attorney,
knsown to r-eside within the limits of this State.
upon-whom a copy of.the said Decliauon
with a rnle to pilead, c'ould be served. Oni mo
tion of T. G. Key, Attorney for Plaintiff.-ora.
dered that the said Defendant appear arnd plead
to sid Declaration -withisua year and a ay
frerom the date hereof, or in defaulIt thereof,
judgment will hn entered against him.
TH OS. LI. BA CON, c. a. D.
Clerk's Office, Edgefield C. H-,Nov 15. 1848
Nov. 2 2. y 44
Brought to the Jail
. F'thais District, a negro man who says his
. 'name is- H ARRY, and that he belongs to
lMr. Saniuel Young, of Laurens District, S. C.
'Said fellow is about five feet, 5 ort6 inches
high, about 40 years of age, of dark cimplex
ion. tH e has a seat over his right eye and one
nearbJis left eye, his forefinger on his right
hand has been bioken, his forehead is ver.y fiat;
he says he-ranawvay sometime in May or June
last. Thme owner is requested to com.e forward,
prov!e property, -pay charges and take hinm
away, or he will be'dealt with accorditngto law.
A. H. BUiT, J. E. D.
*Dec 6,1848 ' . if . 46
.ALL persons having claims aigqinst the, Es
-L.tate of. C. A. Meigsi'deceased, are hereby
notified that unless they render them in to
'Samuet-Brooks assignee, on or before the first
day oflFeartiary next proherly. attested, thiey
will forfeit all ormany part' of said claim, that
the Estate may be able to pay;'all persons in
debtedio the Estate'by book account,, are. re
-quested to:settle the lame on2or bef'ote the above
date, as all iacccounts unparid at' that'date, will
be put imnto die hands of an Officer for colic.
tinn, and .potice is-hereby givena to all .per'sons
diat have giventheir notes for goods bought at
,the sale,dahat nn indulgence will be given alter
retan day in Febijary^next.
SAMUEL BROOKS, Assignee.
Nov.291848. '.9 2m 45
ALL those indebted to the estate of Bazil
11Lowve, deo'd., are' 'reqhested to nritke tin.
mediate payment. -
Nov22 O901Y B ILLo. z. n
ovt2 . 44
e IL thlose indAtlto'Obe E ft&e of -John
A% F. Malrtiu deceasede are rgetdt
,demnands, tiree r t d
Nno- .-:. '-:.1m' - -i
'HE MOT EXTAGRD
MRE D ,IEZTfE
a Ekfractik ,118,011t,
superior:tu'ant cld i7tI
Patic. ... my
The an p. r
poil vr all othier-medicfm s a,jl
eradicate th.disiase" itinvge the d4C
is one of thd veu s
ver knowi;,iioz only:,.pwmi *
ratem, and etreinth n erm per ;
es ne, pure=3=d'- d s ro r
d by no other:4iedicne.'Wilah
rand secret of itiWohiefi(1#P
erformed withinilie last five y
)0.000 cures -f -se)re case',041'm a
0ast 15.000 were consideredrih W
ived the lives ofmoranp -On4-00
ng ihe two past seasoqs. .p
0,000 casesf ra l
Dr. To'wusend's SaarsiillaisiJb
'hole systen, permanently. ho,
ave lost tliirnapcular erergy.by Chfe
ipdici e or indiscretion commmed-in;*'ht,
ie excessive iadulgence. oUbV4p
rought on a ge.ieral physical.pr*tim h
ervous system, lassitude,- yaiMr..4- I
iinling senstit, prematfeo
line, hasteiinig towards the die
int remedy.. Tis.Sarsap Ntp
As it. ?news ind ini 1
ives activily tW the limbs
asuscular systetn, inl a Wi5 t ~
learse and.'tr9i enik fC
be cured, Bronhiti
Spitting of:Blpod,4 Sor
have:been and can-ho'd
D'r. Townien-[ ~e~~ ~e-o
arsnaarlla hias been hment
Ltence, of saving myr1dlife ~ iIss -
vorse.. a-t:mns it.r iiw
ilitatei aWd redUd ' i d
ve. fiiVebI umd'p
ine andith(r bnsa,won r ule i
se city I raise 7no
'fkme. o c^aenwi'ing
il for h
"if of Rl1ouatjW1AeartaO
. ordn rue.~4 ~.
Fy s S.
iey Iiayo oc.aue e)anigise
oilars wolih or gQo pmm - . ~
aded,l iutn entiri.e1e.
rry to'use this lor the- benej'~ e
U M~ I IL
Dr. Townused. liotipvinAestd11
arilla-mi cass of -Pus,,.of course.:ne e
ended-it, anid wa s srrisaJ to rikie
wing from an intelgent a.idarepeti
set in Westchejier,Countyg- g:i
Dr. Townsend-Deaa SIir':I iav
irl seven years of age.e who ba bin sil
earafliacted iviib Fits; .we trIed aimwtiety
ling for her, but with6auct'shi aan I. a
hong.h we could findinuo.rec(mmed~ni
'ur cirrentars for casea like hers, weIoiGys P
he was in very delleate laealth, -we woul gan
er somne of your Sersapianilla, - and;are ve
laid.we did, far it not'only resti-ed he pg
ut she has had no return ofrth'e T
reat pleasure and,.aurp'rise. Sheis
oming rugged and heartfr,for'which-af~
~rateful. Yours, Ree u(
Female. -Medicine. - '~
Dr. Townsea.d's. SarsaparilIa is a soveeg
tad speedy cure for Incipient ..on -~,
anrrenness, Prolaipsus Uteri.. or .Kaizif4~
Vomnb, Costivenesa7 Pils.*an
Whites, obstructed or difcll
iieontineCnce of.Urine, or tiiofiaI.ua
barge the'reof, and for the generqlastma
f the systena-no matter whellierihii
sherent cause or causes, produced b9
tity, .illness or'accident. Nothinsg'esi I'
sore aauryri.eing than,lts invigorating effe(iao'
a:e hueman frame Persons all wpsakdess itd
assitude. fromitaliing it,'at.nnce becoe6:neu
mnst and full of energy under its indsnee T
nmnediately counteructs. the.. nerveleuinessib
se female franme, wvhich is the..re~it ri~ f
larrenndss. It-will not be expectdf~n
ases of so delicate a nature, to exhibhrit i jt
ates of cure,' performed, biut weczan asueIse~
ffiicted, that hundreds of:dasis hbvs
orted to us. Thousands of hai eri
ies have been without.chiildr'en, aitedsg*
tsw bottles of thi. invaluablete5mdiciettIwrV~
eien blessed with fine, h,eajuby olTspiz4-p i"
Optilons' of Physuiwan'
Dr Townsend is almot dalyeewmiorde4
'nom Phaysicians In daienr #arjs tie gi~'
This is to certify that 'w,te ue(ge
'hysicians of the-City of -Albany,.hav9 Jn.ma
ie'rous cases prescribed-Dr. To
parilla, and believe: to 'be ones;e~ -
aluable preparatltis fifihe ire.
H. P" PULING. M.-D.
It. B.- ORtGS;.M.DXY-9
- P..B. ELMlENDORF; M.RD , V
. CAUTION. ~
Owing to the gra asude m.p.iYaf74
Lie of Dr. Townsend'sSarsapirilli4i -*
~r of men -whotvbre f6riiiily;ours i
a.ve comsienced making -SarsspirnlIa E
acts, Elixirs, -Bitters, Ektra6taFefAYiIL
ock, &c. Tjey generally;pOtbpti
tine'shaped -bottles,,and some.otfhad~
cie and coied onitdyertwomen s~e e
sly wQrthless. imiato a, ad4 iW~4' .
.For Sale by R. S. ROBERTSI
Edgefled C.;N. Sept 20 ly -.
IJABTING'S. COMPOUND: SYRUP OF
y OT only- y' si're iut a warraited curs
or coasumptioa" aiid all disesp _6r::the
ludgs. Thi' inedicine'lias decided:the dispule
about the cutability 'of consmption',and satis
Aed'the medical facuity and -Il whohave.u:ied 3
0 that consumption and all affeciions,otil6
lungs can not oily be cured. but they:irre as1a
siy and simply.'cured,'a.almost any-ofthe dis
orders to. wbich thi human frame is llable.
The operation of a single bottle, which: coats
$1, is sifficient to satisfy any patient-if not al
together too far gone with-the disease-of this
fact; and even a sitile dose gives 'evidence of
its extraordinary inflnence in arresting tind
eradicating the malady by the i.nmediate relief' it
which it affords. This is mo quack or secret It
remedy. Dr.-'Hastings. its discoverer,is one ol*
the most eminent physicians of the age, and ,
has made a frhl disclosure ot its history,'and all s.
its component parts to the world, not wishing a
to incur the.responsibility of confining to him V
self, for the sake of piofit, a secret which was g
calculated to do such universal good. And P
such has been lite wonderful result of its ope. 1
rations, that the London Lancet, Medicai ie
Times, and the moqt eminent physicians of both a
hemispheres, are anxiously calling upon salet. ri
era to have immediate recourse to it, and prto
claiming that of all known medicine, it alone
has positively entablished its efficacy by unde-,
niable Oroofs of curing consumption and all oth
er diseases of the lungs.
For sale at the Apothecary alil by Ii
J. D. CHASE. a
Price $1 per bottle. t1
December 6 1846 12m 46 b
State of South Carolina. ft
IN THE COURT OF .ORDINA RY.
Thotuas L. Garrett, Applicant,, summons t
Harriet Garrett and othere, P
-:T appearing to my satisfaction that Harriet .
Garrett the widoW of Wm.. Girreft decea-n
sed, David Hirtand May Ann his'wife,)ohn
.F. Hart and Jade E. his wrfe George W:,Gar
re!t. Ohver,S. Gartet, James W. Garrett. Wil
lain 11. H . Garrett. Nancy Garrett, and John
H1. Garrett Distributees of the Estate -of Wil
liam Garrett deceased, it is therefore -ordered
that.they do appear. and.object to the sole or
division of the Real Estato of said deceased, on
0r before the fsi Monday in Afarci next, or
their consent will be entered of', Record.
. Given tinder my had at* my,Offide the 2d
day of December 14.
JOHN HILL,. ..
Dec 6 1848 3m 46
State- of South Carlina,
EDG FIELD DJSTRICT, -
IN TILE COUR T OF 0 RDiNARY.
Thos. BUCary' and wife and. .
others, Aoplicants,. . Sumnons
- vs ti
Thos. Stewart-and others PARTITION.
Tipiearing to my satisfittion'tha ik r
'- 'iam Thompson, Thos. Tompsou,' Alex6
inder Thompsan, Narcilla Thoapson, Nelly
Thompson, Polly ThompsoI ,Ta HT
cdu-aind Thornas jtewait, resid lify
limits of this-State. 'It is theror o
that they doappear.tad objedt ti'ale or
"Diision ufshe Real tcate. orlexainer:
Std6iat 'd cased on oefoie o
sent m-Fdlruarr (
1- 'TJI$$OM0~ A?LS
others; Apjidant;" j Sur'r r -
John Co1mnaand -,' PAR'iTroiI.
others, Defcn'dants. .J
T~ppearingto My satisfaction, that John
C Anna Dehuer vife of John
Desha.ei- deceased ; John Chapman, Mary
Chapman, - H arvil and wifo Caroline,
-- Partin and Ellen his wife, BenjaminI
Partin, Tire Jennitigs, Levi MicDaniel and
wife Elizabetb, -- Kay and his.wife Susan,
live beyond the -limits of this State. It is *
therefore ordered thiat they do appear and
object to tho'sale or Division,of the Real Es
tate of Philip Jinnings doceased, da~ or .be
fore the first Monday in February next, (18,49.)
or their consent will be entered of Record.
JOHN H ILL, o.Ez .:
Novl1 148 . 12t - 42
STATE OEF SOUTH CAROLINA.
EDGEFlEL.D .DIST RICT,
1NTIIE COURT UF ORDINARY.
Joseph Parktman & Peggy his)
wife, and others, Applicants, jSeusows
Blake Faulkner and wife Eliz,. PARTmTON
abeth, Defendants. J
IT apparingto my satisfaction, that the
sadBlk Falkner and wil'e Elizabeth7,
reside beyond the limits of this Stare. It is
therefore ordered that they do a ppear and ob..
ject to the sale or division of the Reel Estate
of Elizabeth Falkner deceased, on or before
the first Mtonday in February next, (1849,) or
their consent will be entered of Record.
JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
Nov 1 1848 12t 42
Staite of South Carolina.I
Bridgett Cubill, Applicant, Summons c
. 5. in c
Richard Cnhill and others, Deft's. Paritin. r
IT. appearing to my satisfaction that Richard[
Cubiill arid Thiomas Cubill, -Distributees in
thte above stited case, reside without the limits I
of this State, it is therefore ordered that t.'.ey ~
appear and object to the ..,ale or Divission of
the Real E.state o,f William Ciubitl. deceased,
on or before the first Monday in A pril next, or
their consent will be entered of Record.
Given under my hand at mny Office, the day I
and date above written.
Dec 2 1848JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
De 2 14812t 49
ALPersons having any demandse a
.gainst the estate tf James S. Pope,
deceased, are requested to- present them
for payment by the 25th of December ne1ct,
as ii is iidtended shortly to make a final s~
settlement on said estame. b
.T HOS. Hf. POPE. Execu- Ii
J AS, H . WIL.SON, tors.t
Nov. 4, 1848 7r .42'
For i!ale or-Rent.'
T'HE Dwelling flouse. &. .
S 1 LotPToraterly .occupied a
I byWjG..Ris pI ,ne cadi a
Court:Huse,.tin ase Cln'ntifoad.
Thw Hus oeinlihlf*ifi a
rooms, atnd other.convenient out btildi s
'Fdr paticular entrire at this -Office.