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THE YOUNG FARM '8 CHOICE.
I take it for granted that you are a farmer
out of choice, and that you prefer this pro
fession, for good reasons. I am sorry .for a
man who is tied down to a business in
which he finds no particular satisfaction.
He must have a" hard row to hoe," to say
nothing about improvement, and success.
These are out of the question. If you are
a farmer merely because that is the only
business you know of in which you can get
a living, you will lack that zeal necessary
to the highest success. No man never at
taim-ed eminence in his profession who did
not love it with a little spice of enthusiasm.
If you- do not like farming, therefore, do
something else. Some have supposed that
those young men who are not sharp enougli
for the learned professions, as they are
called, or for merchants, may do well
enough for farmers.. Now I hope it is too
late in the day for such doctrines. It be
gins to be understood that our business calls
for all those good and sound qualities of
minds which are necessary to success in any
other calling, and indeed a greater diversity
6ftalents is called into action, and a greater
scope is given for the exercise of them, than
any where else in common lire. So we
might with great propriety say of a boy who
has not intellect and force enough for farm
ing, let him learn a trade or study law.
If you have a proper taste for your calling,
and are willing to quallify yourself for it,
your first aim should be to arrive at the high
est place in your profession. The celebra
ted Dr. Wright, in his farewell address to
the young men of a class about to graduate,
says, "whatever shall be your profession,
let it be your first aim to gain the summit of
it." To make this aim effective, it is neces
sary of course to have a just estimate of
the excellence of the profession.
The superiority of the farmer's vocation
has been so often the theme of agricultural
addresses, and essays, that it has become
trite. I have not a word to say now about
the antiquity of our business, or its poetic
pleasures. A a plain matter-of-fact business,
it is worthy of the highest efforts of a good
mind. What is worth doing at all, is gen.
erally woth doing in the best way. A great
majority of young farmers must have re
gard to the profit of their business as a sure
means of independent support. Very few
in this country are in circumstances to en
gage in agricultural pursuits merely as
amateurs; the profits must be looked to by
most, and I might incidentally add, that it
gives zest to all pleasures of labor, to feel
that it contributes to the livelihood of our.
selves and our families.
The profits and the pleasures, and every
thing that moved you to choose this as your
profession, should incite you to gain all that
knowledge and skill which are necessary,
and put forth all those efforts which will
give you the highest success. Remember that
the art of farming is rapidly improving, and
it requires no small degree of study and
earnestness to make the advances which you
are called to do.
FAtRmi, BE PROVIDENT.
They who would thrive by any calling,
must learn to improve their time properly,
and do everything in its proper season. It
is idle to expect a man to be a thrifty farmer
who habitually neglects to do wvhat may be
required of him at its proper time, and who
acts without any definite system, the mere
creature of circumstances. Many, we are
aware, are really ignorant of the proper
time to perfo:-m certain kinds of labor, and
are so improvident and thoughtless that no
thing is accomplished to any good purpose.
ht is not an unusual thing to see those of
wvhom we might reasonably expect better
things, neglecting even wvorks of necessity
until times as are most difficult to perform
them. It is indeed but a short time since
we passed the residence of a man who has
something of an amount of property in his
possession, whom we observed in the act of
preparing fuel for his immediate use, from
sonme green logs wvhich he had hauled to his
door but a day or two previous. A single
load was all that was to be seen for the
summer's supply, although the winter was
far spent, and the snow had well nigh do.
parted. Now this man was certainly an
improvident farmer. He was burdening his
summer's labors wvith wvork which should
have been performed during the winter
months. But he is not alone. There are
thousands of families in this state, as wvell as
in other parts of New England, who are in
like predicament. Such surely neglect the
duties they owe to their profession, the no
blest which God has granted man to pursue.
We instance this as only a single case.
Trhere are a thousand other ways in which
improvidence is manifested. It is imp~ossi
ble to lay down any rule which shall be ap
plicable to all individual cases, further than
is embraced in the general one, " to do all
things in due season," but we may safely
advise every one to use their thinkinig as
well as their corporeal powers, and to im
prove their leisure hours in forming plans
for action. Well directed efforts accomplish
vastly more than those performed without
design. Learn to perform every work in
its due season, and to anticipate all such
duties as can w~ell be anticipated. Vast im
provemnents in agriculture over the old
methods, are daily becoming known, and
the provident farmer, w~ill not fail to inform
himself of them. Labor saving instru
ments are annually added to the implements
of the agriculturist, a knowledge and use of
which may save to every husbandman four
fold their cost. The provident man will not
fail to inform himself accordingly. Vol
umes might be written inculcating this idea,
and enforcing the necessity of proper fore
thought. We trust that our readers mainly
belong to that class who need only a hint,
and not labored dissertations, to induce
thema to act rightly. A new era is dawaing
upon our agricultural industry, and those
engaged in it have only to observe one rule
toeasure themselves of success, and that is,
to be- day provident.-Lewistoa Falls Jour
Es I bave had three year's experlence,
with someo twelve different breeds, I will
give my views in this matter. It depends
upon the breeds, I think, as to the manner
of feeding. All the Asiatic breeds, I feed
in this wise: I make three boxes that will
hold a half peek of corn each. I fill one
with corn, another with oats, and another
'with buckwheat,. and set them all before
them at once, and am careful not to let
either get empty. I. feed all of the large
breeds in this way. Once a week in winter,
put into the coop a cabbage or two, to six
or eight fowls.
My smaller breeds I feed in winter, only
on one kind of grain, but keep it before
them, such as the golden and silver pheasant
and bantams, as. these will not lay in the
coldest months,.at, any rate as far-as my ex
perience goe; even if fed upon all sorts of
grain. All fowls should be placed so as to
have the sun, and come to the ground; also
should have a box of ashes set so as the
sun will shime upon it, as they will wallow
in it more freely. If they have plenty of
gravel they will not become too fat, or
oyster-shells, or burnt bones pounded fine.
I am satisfied that this is the cheapest way
of keeping all these breeds. Geese do not
require to be kept in this way, as they will
be more healthy if not fed so high.
NOW TO MAlrZ BACON PLENTY.
The present high lprices of meat should
cause the Planters of the South to reflect,
and see if they cannot devise some plan to
remedy the evil. I know a planter whose
cotton crop amounted to $3000, and he
pays this year from five to six hundred dol
!ars for meat; and I have no doubt that
thousands of others do the smne. in propor
tion to the amount of their crops. Now,
gentlemen, I propose the following remedy:
In the first place every planter should
raise a sufficient quantity of corn, and never
be under the necessity of buying; then, if
possible, enclose enough land to keep his
hogs in, and not permit them to run at large,
to become wild or be killed up by his neigh.
bor's negroes. In the next place, make a
boiler as follows: get two planks, each ten
feet long, two and a half feet wide, and
two inches thick: then make the bottom
and ends of sheet iron, by nail:ng it on
planks:: set this boiler on rows of bricks,
about one foot high from the groune, with
a chinmey for a flue. This boiler can be
heated with a very small quantity of wood.
Into this boiler put your corn, cotton seed,
pumkins, peas, cabbage leaves, turnips, po.
tatoes, kitchen slop, and every thing that a
hog will eat, and boil them together, every
day, occasionally throwing in a little salt
and ashes, and have several troughs close
by the boiler, and feed your hogs every
night with this food--and my word for it,
we shall soon be exporters, instead of in.
porters, of bacon and pork.
-The same quantity of food given. to- hogs
cooked as above will raise and keep fat
three times as many as when given to then
in the ordinary raw state. All this can be
done by a boy ten years old, who by attend.
ing to your hogs in this way, wilt make you
more money than two of your best field
hands can in the cotton field. Try this for
two years, and if you do not succeed, come
to me and I will pay all your losses incurred
in the experiment.
I have also a plan for feeding work.
horses, which I consider much better and
more economical than the usual method, and
by which they will do more work, and keep
in better order, during the plowing season
which plan, if I thought it would interest
the readers, I would give in another com.
munication. G. D. M.
To GET RID OF M1oLas.-A writer in
the Southern Cultivator offers the following
mode to get rid of moles:
To kilt moles, which some of your sub.
scribers complain of, boil a handful of
corn into homony; then stew with it a
spoonful of sugar with a few grains of
strychine ; let it dry, and drop a grain or
two in their holes. They w~ill never see
daylight again. Patient rme for this recipe,
will you !-unless you can show anm earlier
invention, or one better."
We think, says the Germantown Tele
graph, however, to cut beef in thin strips
resembling an earth worm, and prepare it
as above, it will be much more efficacious,
as it is well known that the mole is carnive
rous in its habits rarely eating anything but
worms and insects, except wh'len driven by
hunger to prey upon the tender roots of
THE CHEERFUL HEART.-It is not es
sential to the happy home that there should
be the luxury of the earpeted floor, the
cushioned sofa, the soft shade of the astral
lamp. Those elegancies gild the apartment,
but they reach not thme heart, It is neatness,
order and a cheerful heart which nmke
home that swveet paradise it is so often
found to be. There is joy, as real, as
heartfelt, by the cottage fireside, as in the
most splendid saloons of wealth and refine
ment. Th'le luxuries and eleganicios of life
are not to be despmised. They are to be re
ceived with gratitude. But their possession
does not insure happiness. .T'he sources of
true joys are not so shallow. The cheerful
heart, like the kaleidescope, causes most
discordant materials to arrange themselves
in harmony and beauty.
FEMALE PIETY.-The gem of all others
which most enriches the coronet of thie lady's
character is unaffected piety. Nature may
lavish on her person, the enchantment of her
meini, or the strength of her intellect, yet her
piety throws around the sweetness and the
pow-er of its charms. She then becomes
unearthly in her temper, unearthly in her
desires and associations. 'Thle spell wvhich
which bound her affections for things below
is broken, and she mounts on silent wings of
hope and fancy, to the habitation of God,
wvhere it is her delight to hold coniiunion
wvith spirits that have been ransomed from
the thraldom of earth, and wreathed with a
garland of glory.
Her beauty may throw its magical charms
over many; princes and conquerors may bow
with admiration at the shrine of' her riches;
the sons of science and poetry may embaln
he eoyin history and song; yet piety
msbehrornament, her pecarl.
With such a treasure, every lofty gratifi
cation on earth nmay be purchased: frienid
ship will be doubly sweet; pain and sorrow
'will lose their sting, and the charter will pos
sess a price above rubies. Life will be but
a pleasant visit to earth, and death an en
trance upon a joyful and perpetual home.
Such is piety. Like a tender flower,
planted in the fertile soil of a woman's heart,
it grows, expanding its foliage and imparting
its fragrance around, till transplanted, it is
set to bloom in perpetual vigor and uiifading
beauty 'i the paradise of God.
WhAT PLANK RoaDs Do.-Trhe Fayette.
ville (N. C.) Observer, under the head of
" Fortune in Spite of One's Self," says:
" We learn that a sale took place in this
county a few days ago, amounting to about
$16,000 of lands which would not have sold
for half the money until the plank roads were
built through and near them. The owner
never subscribed a eenit to build thme roads,
but haggled for damages against the comi
panies for passing through his lands."
COzMosxTION OF THE Moos.-Every ob
ject on its surface of the height of one hun
dred feet is distinctly seen through Lord
Rosse's telescope. On its surface are cra
ters of extinct volcanoes, rocks and masses
of stone almost innumerable. Bnt there are
no signs of habitations such as ours, no ves
tige of architectural remains, to showv that
the moon is or ever wvas inhabited by a i-ace
of mortals similar to ourselves. No water
is. visible, no sea,. no, ri-rer; all seems dleso
It. S. KEY,
FELIX E. DODIE,
For Tax Collector.
THO)MAS B. REESE.
m. B. wHrTLE.
JOHN W. SMITH,
IT. T. WRIGHT.
W. F. DURISOE,
PICKENS B. WEVER.
W ILT be found at all times in his Office, at
Edgefield Court House, near the PLANTUR's
le will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov.14 tf 51
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PARKER.
Address Edgefield C. II., or Sleepy Creel,
P 0., S. C.
March 11 1852 7y 8
Pair Home made Plantation
TIARNESS, SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER.
OF ALL nEsCRiIroNs.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp 011.
At the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
R. T. MlMlS.
July 21 tf 27
FALL AND WINTER
P ICHARDSON & McDONNALD,
I are now receiving a LARGE and WVELL
SELECTED Stock of FrIl and Winter
Of the LATEST STYLES-direct from Now
York-together with a fine assortment of
Hosiery, Shirts, Collars, Cravats,
COTION AND MERINO UN)ER-SHIRTS,
Silk and Linen Ihandkerchiefs,
Hats and Caps of all kinds,
HAND AND BUGGY UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS, VALISES,
Carpet Bags, &c., &c.
All of which will compare favorably with any to he
found in other markets. A nexaiin.tt is solicited
from their friends and customers before purchasing
111T1 Next door to G. Robinson's Hardware Sttre.
Ilamburg S. C.
Oct 20 3m 40
Ladies Cloaks and Mantillas,
SNOWDEN & SHEAR, Augusta, On.,
have just received LadIics Silk amd Velvet
CLOAKS and Velvet and Silk MAINTILLAS and
SACKS, of new and beautiful styles, to which they
rcspect fnhly invite the attention of the Ladies.
Nov 3 tf ______ 42
DR,. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
T AK ES this mcthod of returning his thanks to
.Lhis friends and patrons, for the patronage he
has received in the sale of Drugs, Mtedicines, &c.
IIe is now receiving antaddition to his already ex
tensive Stock of
Drugs, medicines, Chemicals,
Dyc Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop Furniture, &c.
THlE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
Fine Cigars anid Tobacco,
P ER FU MER Y
Of his own and Northern mnake,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, 11air, Hat, Shoe and Tanners Brushes
Tinctures & medicinal Compounds,
made under his own supervision in strict
aceordar ce with the UT. S. Disp'ry.
The mnost Reputable Nostrums,
All of which lhe will sell at prices that will compare
faivorably with anty Southern market. Thlose wish
inig to p~urchasec articles in his lik:e will do well to
call and examine his Stock and prices.
Edgefleld C. IH., Jan 22 tf 1
Livery and Sale Stables.
FORME RLY JOHN C. O'H ANLON'S3.
THE Subscriber has the pleasure
ton inform his friends and the piublic,
S' that, having pnrchased the Splendid
__STOCK of FIXTURES of those
well-known and popular STABLES, fornmerly
ownmed by O'IIAX LION, and lately by W. E. A R
CIIEII, he is now preparedn to furnish all who mnay
favor him with their patronage, with excellent.Saddle
IIlORS ES, and handsome and comfortable CAR
RIAGES and BUGGIES, of the latest styles,
with teams to match, and drivers, in whose so
briety armnd experieneerery conifidnencee can be placed,
at most reasonable prices. Alany improvements
have been nmade to the Stables anid Lots. anid D~r
vers will find every acconmmodation they enn desire.
Carriages and 'Onmnibuses from this Stable will
run fronm Bo.atwrighmt & Janney 'a tuniversally faro
rite " American llotel,'" andn also fronm the. long-en
tablishted and well-kno~wn Conlumbia Hotel, by Mir.
D). Caldwell, to the various Railroad Depots, or any
UY- Orders left at the American Hlotel, with Mr.
W. D. Hlarris, or the Proprietor, at the Colm~hbin
lintel, will be promptly attendedl to; and the sub.
scriber is confidenit that all who emp)loy him will be
pleased with his prices and his teamis.
Columbia, Sept 22 Oam 30
State of Southt Carolina,
IN COMDMON PLE AS.
George Robinson, ) co nAtah t
Taliafero & Torhet,
TI HIE Plaintiff in the above stated case, having
.Lthis day filed his D~eclairatiotn in my Ofiee, and
the Defendant haivinig neither wife nor Attorney
knownu to reside within the limnits oif this State, on
whom a copy of said Declaration with a rule to
plead can be served : On motion of Mr. MSGarrn,
Attorney for Plaintiff: Ordered, Trhat said Defetnd
ant appear and plead to said D~elaration withini a
year andl a day from the date htereof, or in default
thereof judgment willibe enttered against him.
TIIOS. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Omeie, Oct 13, 152. ly 43
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
vs Dccl. in Attachment.
I'HIE Plaintiff in the above ease having this day
filed his Declaration in my Oflice, and thme De
fendant having neither Wife nmor Attorney knownt
to reside within the lintits of this State ont whomt a
copy of said Declarattion with a rule to pilead can
be servedi, On motion of Mir. MORaGoN, Attorney
for Plaintiff: Ordered that said D~efendant appear
mnd plead to said Declarations within a year and a
ay from the daite he~reof, or judgmtent will be
awarded against him by default.
TIHOS. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Offie. June 1, 1852. y 20
ALL those indebted to the Estate of JTohn B3. Lo
gan, d ec'd., are requested to make imnmediate
pyment, all those having dentunds to prlesenlt thtetm
M. W. LM.ES,.
A. NIX, Ad'ri.
E. P. HOLLOWAY.
Feb19 ... 5
J. . 1E WBY & CO.,
WHOLESALE & -RETAIL DEALER IN
READY MADE CLOTHING, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &ci, &c
UNDER TJE U. S. HOTEL AUGUSTA, GA.
J M. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving the LARGEST nnd BEST ASSORT31ENT o
i Ready Made Clothing ever offered in this city. Their Stock consi1Its of the latesL and mesi
improved styles of manuftctule.
-A L So
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
"" Country Merchants,find all iersons visiting our city, are respectfully solicited to en
and examine our Stock for themselves.
Augusta, Sept. 23. dk 36
MARRIAGE, ANOTIJER SCIENTFIC WRONDER
HAPPINESS AND COMPETENCE. Great Cure for Dyspepsia!
WH'I is IT I 1 (; -,
That we behold ny -female, scarce in the meridian or lire ii C
broken in health an spitits wit acomplication of d isses
and ailments. depriving thetn ofthe power for the eisjoyiritt frf't' ,tenn
of tire sit an age wheij ysical health, buoytty for its,
dnd ha py serenity ofnsd. arising from a condition of 'frah th, Ox, f rt i ltt tt
should be redaminant. -
blany e he catser of her sufferings at firt-pierbaps yeirsi
befote. peritits during rlhood, orthe firsty ea nsfnarri:
were in their origin lms heasto.pass unnoticed, and of coumse tie great I'ltysiologiell
neglected.INigus r TEARS, V, C 1 e I i S ty by J.
When too late to be benefitted by our knowledge. we look M. 1)., Plilaclelltitt. Pit.
baek atd niourn. and regret, tie full cainse itres of our
Wht ouli we not ofte give to pnssess,. in early lire. thle . .Ifsia 1imle .-%rCo p ii.C n-P l'l) .11
knold we obtain in fer years ! Ald iit das andI S OWN . . b
mights n? anguish we mnight tot hare been spared, if the Nttttrt's own A geltL Ithe (i:wlri. Ii'. Haft teamt'tjisti
knowledge was timely possessed. It is or iivli ittrti it w:er. will itigiM fr fI6oIve. Fir
MELANCHOLY AND STARTLING 1111411 t Ie-l ll Itt tw 1Wtr.. otil itIi' vli
To 'eltld the siickness andsuffteringenelutred by inaly a wire rnt' it( thes( :trie .tire-ht. .lt tif life Fisid. lht
for mait years. rnt. cases simple and controIlable, easily Ittrlvittg. lrt'srsiiig :nl Stitinling.gtt of the St',tt
retaedie -or better still.-not incurred, irevery tadIittvtit. It il t'x troi' i' t I Wip-slijr Sltittat'
WIV"E AND DIOTRER
Pastsesed the informatinn contained in a little voln me, (with tr . :anti tiiivhitt t COM VLF*h niasl PE II ' AUE
in tite reach ofall) which would spare ta herself lUTE lr it.
1EARS OF MISERY, Scieliic Exidevacc!
And to her hutband tihe constant toil AntI assietr or miit1. Call ttt te .geott att1 gel it ite iilit. Cirrtiar. grttil
necessarily derolvinr upon him from i.ickit. to tile wifre t large tltttti tor sci ENT iC Ev 'iN' . r
without gisstg him she eplor tinty ofl e'tuiring that eni. .i-'"S .%stittuil i r. t 'iim 4 llibih.gy tor l
itelcem whtc i eheis ons are et .alesl, ati1 tl0 e ti .ne s ir
rl which would secure the e appiness fo limself, wife. and I loont:
cleildren.rlpol 6 at% riiiaipat f ivtiie
SECURE THE DIEANS OF HAPPINESS
By becoming in time possessed of tile know letie. tle want NO ALCOHOL, BITTERS OR ACIS!
of which h-s cauied te sickttss satd povery oti ttistanls. "rc
I view of sucl consequencess to r wife or another is ext- Nttral t'ittsl. In-t from AI1.11 l I T KItS. A ID
sable if ishe tiertert to avail iterseif or thtat kiwirletdte int
re-pect to herselF. which witucld stpare htr much 1ig ha bIetI
de eans or ha xiess rity to herlt a 1t Ilt'. til flV bhttba , I t i fand'ltlt Jit1tttt % 11
coniuru'llsltere liretltat sitattie l ri e ly t tt :t ttr rutkr t l tt w
bodies. u iti healtilw minds. Tihat ktoi tledg.: as conta.ed i ti f tt.g l iitiittts. ' s ii ii a drug.
a little work entitled I ctS IN 1'sVFI' Y TOWX
TH E MARRIED WIOMAN'S t~r. I ...tlttutt's It s iw hs'ii ti-led, fatr tiltwtrel
(l~~avsflr~~ithe -it' s rain refl'r Ilyl.l t o Istiuity rs-iitrklc t Vtro
Privnt Medical Companion.
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BY DR. A. INT. IAURICEAU, lt'Asents.-ratt.
R'slorsssot or utsr..tar.s or voitat. Pepsin in Pld and Powder.
One Jloitdredth Editiun. I p n . 250. Price, 5 s . ,7)r. II. oltttil's h'Kt'$IN is trt.itus.l it Powder tnd I
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WIIICTIIER MIAREID OR NOT, ennt laerecIi 1, i"rtttytreiLVl u ti O ~~I
ac'qutre a fisll knouwledig of the tnnit ure, t.st s~''itl 'tth'risi tuittlbit'b ~
ettan ter nutel etnntse of' Iser cotiipltinit s tttttltr'jstt~t'stsiit tt tgttrIrttsL Pi
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treated of. as they ate csf a tnstire strictly intendelc1 tr tihe I "a"us1lb til nittil'ntlIttttr liM 'iiu'.
marriest, or those conieniplatingc min, bis ,t ton le:,,It
desiiors ofrensgring tealth,. attd tltut beaut- ctsiwt i st
henlhl.. whlicli is so esndinie to hter ntiiI :Tptlmen, as.lIti
of her smbsbai. but either hsas tr w ill obtatit it, as h~gs nr. .11 .t ''i..lt''l'C . tA ''.,M~,Ni
every 1usband~ na htas ite Ins;- ar!itittafi o r It lies un ite hn r.ttIAt. iIRIT N luiutrS
heart, rar that otrin sisi pecuiry intlnsementt..ity S 2
UPWARDS OFt ~)E IUNDUIED TItOU- - .- -
Hare been SENT BT PIA II 'i itint thie list Fe w inoths. '' 3C EB ''
Frad GPreat Vureaflr Dysepia
COMI'OUN . ptidtrepal'rel fro me Rnnet
:1 ~u~' uut svenei~u il ors theJ fort Stmnel
s~zacty tte sate ~but .,..t .i h C. I'i~ shtrm ist, fai t.ti
atid Iloto,, For 'ie 'sob." tttltite'isrdhi 'l Cs i a t t i W IN1t -:14'. a':1-:1lil ut a C' di ;: tiunti'e
Fire rit .~codingto At oFt't.tg''ss.it, he rlr 1t7. y yhistepsin. tt . I tire,2 Iioerut -onlinin. C'on.-.iiti. nSe
JOe iit.9 riE PitrN.\ 'I'llWN TlOlW.b
Is he ler'sO~fc. h'theItitrct ~ntrtof he ottheu' iN utres wn .\titent ;thoe it i ~i i. it i 'i (en isnn
Disrit o' ew or, $nl' en s ul' .'ter t l t in dilyt t oIlenu ,tit of rti Criiet
P1UTE .uti 5Ius is ts' elirfet enut , rtrettil.fN
The nnetsuts th unbect atte, at! raditic snPrincpe ofttst th e d:: it.Inir-hei i. ut ttt the.''tlrl, til
Prntd stt~or besaih.dit tpe, it atittr ovr Pultrs ly ' r'eservingt nitthiltn. lig.\eto hes-t~e
It cn b bus,.atnoFro th mierabe st~tillcitii' so an I l". nte.-t'ns It t l a exl'h tteeli l'rom tiho ltstve nototmte
ett' satere shouitoit tshises 2'se oprigt sdiio~ 'f t tlt. o'lanl h.min thi Ti t litln.Ti' .nt i 'lli
precisolv twie t:e n tr istre.n' nitsC e in
If her ae ay n te rad s lot t stim ad ctttn't er''ts. i tn furshtin Ia CO.\li'LF.TEtand Eto iE T :-lst'1t
No ln. hat th leal n nsrol'tieJrrtert inctt'yr (t, ti n. NIl .\) n, an. i geuttaoli sciv C't! .Lint.' Chri
they willnbe ntrnrtecr'tmtunt nd stel-:Nwill'he Esbeti-:Nc-ttrlhr-I1
.5 op wllhi.cctttoeec, ooselerorflnt. Iivt t te ion : lir 'trirn on 1..* nnS lat:lr. .lohn W.v l rnised
iegetherwitis reorhs of trey frmllllbe rttmof tteiUnit
CAUTION O THE PU LIC. ~ ;I eme 'sti it'r. Ioctrros'stt Pi~ R's' 4. a e
UE NT DFRAI~E? Natlo:m. l'ree f romt C lu~i~,~l ).lliil'Toni. .ti
Thurno ookim'les Dr A.~.h.Manisen, 29 ~ih I n..i t'v 7 d ' ts ii t'. Ithis extrml :sur'a ~li'
the the tuo:t-.: titlemtovebetsrreenstrtltheomIstineitt.sseil iient oily
of tspcthl a! soorhl seaer, r em b m il ata ofh Ocrgge imtai0s 'ei in i ' itnld)
drDr.DrAMitanieo linlto' ' r- h.. . wh. n etdfrupar
Fnf t titleelore. initvervittrne town it tiie withealrise tt, ns
train f m orat ujet t veyosrie ease.si t he.\.-ne l: re I Isyppe tN :N y remrkbl nr
be setin.etier aTowna!tuNmntr ustdoutuettiofoeitres.letrer seatiti i
a'hyrei'ansitn lettern. aaregiveninssheCirus trie'urithe
~'r~nceclp of Ffty Cnts, or On .GEORsGtIA A AA.L A
Dr.'11engbl.sn'stl'1-:Post-patprepnerniein l'owerer anriti
DR. . M MATIIIEAU Bux i2t'I i Flsv I tal1 Cor-anl ire:.eripho Vein in fothe use ofs 0'ys
Yor C~y. 'iaslihhug Oeuc No129Lbrt~ Ren ns h Powduserrwl ies n by lnil, fee f Me u
~treet. Nesr one. .t,1t/iar. s-'tof e/r. l nl s.htn l'hhlerphin'.
TEAGU Pric onl Fift Cents. tL t'it' irter ltasi ind u lS,,ltbtiel 'lfst i
A. G. il~~1[gt ont, orin h ~is '. ntls j e sing teriwhole pr(Semlt iftpr
Jaly 1,182.Gmpun 'lurton, tnel g ivi thoed nihtritive ito hit ch te enn
of thiSUT new O I\APLreerl AM) base'l AsiUs NETAULt:
EDGFIED ISTICT psp'aittY. nofojel enn be nraiatrd ivntits ushy''h
siinns'AIt insvuta bt sthcs'rtt ingndruareirnetie atri
IN COMsiMONn'reLEA.. S .n~taiitwl litntl. 1. tu.. usoe prtol'art, Phiae
Clerk' Offie, Ma 17, 852. y 35 lht'i:s 'n.sr Copy.-trigh a iTtl3: suie oerel'. )
Jolst M.Clar, \ts pr'Sulr1 bytall tui :. i ntt all a ler in botlies. i
0:Fregn lt1:1,te'ui I so' b h Gtue . L I: .E gler .i. 11
t..Ws uLY N..bbevtu nil p.ii.:~t' P C:ThT.'A311'oNetw
.atil. ittk i ti wil utgol stilliefr3
M. C Ft'elasd, oregn Ahtcl ~ hu. ot3ioveritit gn t . R.rnedyfo
teiran cpautdveareclaa en rettion i t l is .e, tt ith~ iltnnu ...(shiIrN ftitir ~ .I
ndth ut tm e m it nsf atlt' tte n a.E ht'.W r.,ltu and 'ct'x,~ .K urct:,J~at~T & C
Bufe notr ttsney knbttue o r" Dr.hi tin 3 t1. M uti, . ugtt, e. ut ~ .rugssge hy
besnd t isr ".herfore. anderu t hens iesui ~ hvatnlurt s o )N I'G OI
iEfauit, elt a d Bile y,' do app. i l ate r i17, by S A I( A
Ditrf o N2Y3k
Thie ens.t e sle e tn tran rcB e adelt itni sel iti 2.ktS
arnd o pd nr f ro nis d rty otrpers withut a uer enver.o i4~
mItca btdgelnow llo brine miieabti analtille 'le wedt
enits at tieread ts r ehn ct ii el. Th'cp rih erElitionctsalt suizca sat f.Tun
'leraraninThe trad soACt ONam and eDinmLeI anlhas ieptiieg i'setig ih
Coleks Ohan ce,_etlSnwne ath prpet in coyi~ t hebeiut iiiisu OSS ltltt is ttt
thy it b poscued and step wil -~ - aken -o e - i atu r xxp fe i''ne hut ie uieettt
AFsywIlesn or eachblser rfrn1 wt theutt ille1tie t lelttd h .L a~
sem upOtnS whic hewLlT conarnishd)n receit toS .GO),ASGE.
the Colutttius Round. There areRn TTERSLotue 'pureiy a VECE TA BL1___
of good asster anOMPOUNDecansryaoutbtl'eriedstforheTapubai<
smal fatnun.de h 'sull-be cved tat they witn beu fos
Thephcesvlrc ol fr Cshorontie, IJa Iaf ad sovereg R.0E for DY ~S.P
th prcae onybengaspy c ~Trheyld ~ hav bee Ifuphnl 3etdnt 8nyh
immediateniphedeampon teseimonypay tt their deeide.
excele'ceiutalo by hew Proprietor, whTo, forNt
Flouyears, lun'eredi altheI A'Om tirecdentui to thal.u
FLO~fl fo sae lut'' bout rnand, nalftirtesin ie p'esy te.eSib
The olleon ltter. are aloNarinativ
LaulJOG~,AfT cierr eteSuet. Ehlr' Pep3,n
A. M, BENSON,
Ware House and Commission
Hamaburg, S. C.
VW. OLD respectfully inform his former pa
trons, and the publie generally, that he hauts
leased the Ware-I louse recently occupied by Milesrs
BRANNON & COLEMAN, where he will be
Receive, Store and Sell Cotton
and other produce Coinsigned to his care. Also
receive and forward Merchiandize to the country.
In tendering his services to the public, ie flatters
hiiself, front an experience of bEVENTEEN
YEARS in the above busiess, and a thorough
knowledge of all ite branches, nu well as front a
general neqnaintance with the planters of the sur
rounding country, together with hil undirided per
sonal attention to the business, that tie will be
able to give general satisfaction to all who may
favor him with their confidence, and assures them
that nit efilrt shall be wanting, ot his part, to pro
iore their interest.
Liberal Cash advances made on Cotton and other
produce in Store.
Orders focr Bagging, Rope, and family supplie
promptly filled, at tie lowest market rates.
Aug IS tr 32
WARDLAW S WALKER,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION
North Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
CoMMIsSiONS Fon SrLtX.ING CorroN,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
l 'IE Subscriber having forneed a Co-Partnership
with Mr. W. A. W A RILA W, of Charleston,
formerly of Abbeville, S. C.. for the purpose f do.
ing a GIKNERA L FACTORAGE iand C0MM1IS
SION BL'SINICSS, avails himself of the pteseqnt
opportunity, (if returtnmg his sincere thanks to his
numierous friends for the liberal patti onage bestowed
for a number of years past,-and in movinig, tenders
the services of the new concern of WARDLAW
& WA I.K El1, Charleston, where he hopes many,
if not all his old patrons will find it to their interest
to ship their produce.
lIe recent arrangements of ilte Sonl Carolina
Rail Road Coipanty will ennble them soon-to have
a Depot i the city of Augusta, thereby save the
expense of T41, and very greatly facilitate the for
warding (if produce ef any kind. Mr. JonN- C.
Ytrrs, Agent of W. & W., in Augusta, will attend
I to the forwarding of tal produce that their friends
I tay feel disposed to send them, free of eharge,
save drayage. G. WA LKER.
A nusta. July 19, 1852. tf 29
WALT 6; 2iAL, Ein,
A N D
GENERAL COII'ON MERCHANTS,
BOYCE & CO'S WHARF,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
I Referenc-e-W. P. BIeThv.r, Edgef'ield C.11.
EC. WILl TI WAT'R,
GEORGE 11. WALTER,
Rt. T. WALKER.
Nov 2.1 tf 45
Brogans, Boots a nd Shoes!
AT NO. 30, EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
1 IC Subscribe.r f1ers for sale a LA RGE. and
ENTFIN$IVIC Stock of thie utbove Goods
which will be so!di Wiolesale -Ind Retail at LOW
Ile would respectfully sclicit and examination of
his aimoirtniett by 1lerchants and Plauters visiting
- XL Orders will have prompt attentioin.
r R. A. PRINGLE,
No 30, East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Nov 1'7 2ma___44
SIYPSONV & GARDINEJR,
Warehouse & Com'n Merchants
McINTOSH-ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
TmIIE Uindersietned conttinute the W A REIIOUS E
lAND COMMISSION BU]SINESS itt all
its branchtes, in Jiudge Starnes' Fire Proeof Ware
llouse, on tintocsh-Street, under the namte atnd
style of SLIlPS0N & GA ltD)JNER.
in tendering to oucr frietnds, and the pubtlic gen
rally, otur thaneks for the liberal patrotnage extetneed,
we take this mtethiod of assuring all, that no effo~rt
eou cur part will be wanting to adevatice the interests
of thoase who may confcide their bttsiness to us.
Ordecrs focr hfaggittg, Rope and Fatmily Suptplies,
promtptly filled at the lowest mtarket rates.
Cash advances mat~de on produce itt Store when
.T. R. SIMPSON,
J. T. (GARD)INER.
Atugnata, A ug 25 6mt 32
Valuable Plantation for Sale.
T ll.T Vautale PCA N T.\TIO N, about eight
moiles fromie lamthttrg, known as the Chlerokee
IPontd lantattiocn, formeerly oewnedl by ]Dr. G ma
lt ctntain~s abcut secven hundtelred antd eighty-eight
I($m) tecres, 25i etf whicht are eleared, the baiance
iVfwell woocdedh, cttnsistintg eof ltlinek .Inek, ickory
andl Pitne. It possesses supericr aedvantages as a
public hiotuse, it lbeing a long establishted stand, ande
Isituted~ at the juntctiecn o~f the l-ive Noetche, Mtartint
Tcwtt Blrancth I'lantk lteand and .\nin Trunk ofthe
limIohucerg amei I-'dgelield PlIan k llccnd, and anbont
miile belccw thte j unctioin of the Pite Ilecouse nnd
E Idgefield Rocads. Thle Chercoke~e Pccnde Race Cocursc
is on the pineeC, atnd is otte oif thte best triniting Tarfa
Onc the pinece aire two TrWO STORY T)WEL
I.lNG I It)'UES, withc nil necessary ecutbntilelintgt,
so csituatecd thtat the place can bce divided inito two
plantaetieons, with suitable buildinugs ott eaich plan
The Planik Recad paccing thrcoughc the landeic, oli-e
Igreat facilities foer hauling wececd to Ilttambutrg ancd
Auegusta-tc tcy elie disposedl to enigage in thact
bucsincess, a rare chance is ecfered. To atn approcved
pturcheaser it will be sold on a credit of three or five
years. A ply toe
11L A. ImNRICK, President,
I Iitihutrg and ?Edgetieled P. 11. Ceomphany.
U~nmbutrtr, Acng 20) tf 32
Hamburg & Edgefield Plank R'd.
r 3 11 ROA1) is ntow opcen fort t:-vel frcim intm
I burg to thce OLDA WEI.S. ecn the Pie lecuse
Rcoad, ande by the 31artitn Teown Branich freomt Ilamn
burg to near the ntew liridge oever Stevens Creek.
Personis tra:vellincg ocr sendeincg their Watgeens eor
VehIiles to lIam~tbturg bty the .\ltrtint Tcwnc Roende,
ennt nyail theiiselves of thte lirncth Platnk Recaed tec
Hmnhuttrg, bcy turnitng to the left, half a mile above
larcy'.iChtnrebc, by which thcey will aeveid all thte
htill anid sand ccn the 31artint Tocwn Recad.
Th~Ie Roead will be comicpleted fromt I Inmcburg te,
the P'ine leouse about the 1st eef November.
Rates of Toll.
Four, five antd six hmorse Wagcnts, 5 ets per mile
Three ": " ": " "
Two ~ " Carriniges 3 "i "i "
Ileersehneck travellers, " 1 ""
Vehicles mn tmeeting. tire echcl entitlede tco half the
PL ANK TRA CK. and tl'e Dlrivers are reejnirced to
tarn to the " RIGHlT !"
11. A. KENRrICK, Presient.
Unhmhumrg, Sepet 8 tf 34
State of South Caroina,
LV CO.1IMON PL EA S.
Lucius Uncteh, Atcmd
Taleferro & Torbet,
T II Bs Phaitif in thec abccve case. hcaving thtis
.. day filed his. declaratiam in toy Oflice, and the
Defendantt ha~ving tneither wife nor Attorntey knownt
toc reside withitn the limiits ocf this State oct wvhom a
copy oif said d~eclarationt witht rule toc p!ted cann be
served : Oct imotetn ocf Mr. M1Annarnc. A ttorney fcr
P'inintiW:> (Ordered, That stchl Defendancct aeppear antd
plead to) caied declarattiont withrin a year atid a day
fromec the date hterceof. or~ judgenct will be rendered
againsathimi by defitult.
TIIOS. ('. BA CON. c..D
Clerk'si ofice. Oct 131, 18M. 1y 4
tLL~ Persions indcebted to thie cestate of EN'mugten
iCcark, dee'dl., acre hereby notiflieJ to nmakeimt
mcediate paeyment, anid those havineg demtandes againest
said estate will present themt procperly attested.
Jutly 7 ____ f 25
3,500 LBS. Chic Up-Coeuntry BA CON,
1,000 " " Baltimore "
Foir sale Icy F. M1. NICHOLAS.
Oct 2 tf 41
JAUNDICE, DYSP'EP8A, CHRONIC OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
TIE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FUGOM
A Disordered Liver or Stomach,siuh.. Con
atipation, Inward Piles, Fullness or Blood to
the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausem,
Heart-but nt, Disgust for Food, Fullness or
Weight in the Stomach, Sour Bructations,
Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of tip Stomach,
Smimmiuing at the Head, Hurried and DiJfcult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart,Ohoking or
Suffocating aensations when in a yo p ture,
Dimness of Vision, Dots or We 8 before. the
Sight, Fever and dudl pain in the. Hea4,Def
ciency of Perspiration, Yelloseness of the Skin
and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Bik, CheAt,
Limbs, 4-c., Burning in the Flish, Sudden
Flushes of Heat, Constant Indaginings of Eil
and Great Depreesion of Spirit., can he effect
ually cured by
DR. HIOOFLAND'S' A
CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS,
DR. C. M. JACKSON,
AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
THEIR power over the above diseases Is not exeefli-*
equalled-by any other preparatlon in the United States, as
the cures attest, in many cases after skillfbl physielans had
These Bitters are worthy the attention of invajids. -Poa
wmeing great virtues in the ratification of diseases of the
Liver and lesser glands. exarcising the most aeardhing pow
era in weakness and affections of the digestive orgas, they
are withal, safe, certain and pleasatL
Read and be Convinced I
The editor of tsIe "Bosron BE," said in his paper of the
23nd of June last:
D. lon0tFAn's CIILznrATXD GERMAN BEruans for the
cure of .iver Complaint, .aundice, Dyspepia, Chronic or
Nervous Debility, m dleservedly one of the mst popular
meticines of the day. These nitters have liaen used by
thousands. and a friesid at nur elbow aaya he has hiniself re
ceived anm effectual and pennanent en-re of Jver Complaint
from the use of this remedy. We are convinced that, in the
use of these Ilitters, the patient constantly gains strength and
vigor-a finet Worthy of great-einderationi. They are pleo-s
ant in tste and smell, and can be used by ptlermos with the
mnist delicate staminselis with safely. unrier any eircunmstances.
We are - speaking front experience, and to the aflicted we
advise their use.
'SConv-s WanXLT," one of the best Literary papers pub
DR. ifoorLAND's GanRAM mT-Ers, manbfteired -hy Dr.
,acknon. tare now recomnmended by snme of 1i mnat p -omi
nemnt mnembera of the faculty as an article of muchlisty In
eases of femnle wenkne. As such is the case,'we wouI4 ad
vise sill matlers to obtain a bottle. and thus save 'themiulelvl
much sickness. Persons of d-bilitated eonstitutions will fna
tliese htters advanlageon to their health. sa We know from
experience the salutary effeet they have upon week systema"
' 'gore Evidence
The TIon. C. D. 11NxxIns, Mayor of the City of Caudem
N. J.. Says:
-lliarLAYNs lAaRuAN Prrirnts.-We havesieen mitny
atteriig notices nf this medicine, anal the source fra, which
they canme induced us to make inquiry repecting its merila.
From inquiry we were persaded to use it, apd must say
woo found it speelfi In Its ntion upon disenses of the liver
and digestive organs, and the powerfhl influence it exerts
upan na-rvomis prstrtion is really surprising. It calms and
srengihens the nerves. bringing them- Into a state of repose,
tuakting sleep refreshing.
" If this neticine was more generally nsed, we are satisfied
these wanld be lea sickness, as from the stomach, liver, and
nervous system the great najority of real and imaginary dis
eases emn'mate. Have thtem In a healthy condition, and you
can bir delance to epidemics generally. This extraordinary
medicine we wonid advise our friends who are at all Indis
posed. to give a trial-it will recommend iself It should, la
fetc, lie in every famIly. Noothmer -medlene.can produce
such evidences of merlt..
Etvidene- paon evidence his been received ( ik'e the fore
going) from all aectiotns of thre Union, the last three years,
and the stroncest teatiumony In ifs favor, is; that there Is more
of it used in the praetice of the i-glnar Physicians of Phila
deishinh. thran all othernmstrumscombnled, afacttha'eaess.
iv iae elnbliheai. anal folly proving that a seientinte prepr.
tion will meet wi their quilet approval when presented even
in this form.
That this medicine will cure L.iver Complaint andiDyspep
sin. Io (ame enan doubt after using it as directed. 1 .ets spe
cilia-aly apo ihe stomachm and liver; It is preferable total@
ma-l in ALL. BIL.IOUS DISEASES-the effect-is immedli
ale. They enn le liaministeredl to. females or infants %Jih
safety anm reliahe benefit at any time. . -
Look well to the marks of the Genuine.
They have the written- signatnre of C. X. JACRSON
nyon the wrapper. and his naimeblown In the bottle, without
which they are spurious.-. -. . -
7"Faar sale Whmolesaie and etA l at the. GERMAN
Mi E ilClNE uTORtE. No. 120 Arch street, one dour, beloyr
ixth. l'hiLadelhia; and by respeetable dealet generally
To enable all classes of invalids to enjoy the advantages of
their great restorative powers. Smetu~ IkBorisx, 7h Casi.
I2r Also, for sale, in this Village, by * -"
G. L PE N , &Aserr..
Sept I, 1sas. 1y . - 1
LIVERWORT AND' TAR !!
, SAVE and,.certain cure for Coughs, Colds,
?1 Crotup, Asthma. Consumption of the Lungs
Spitting of Blood, Bronehitis, 1oo0ing Cough, ad
alfl Pnlumnairy Affeetions.
A Lovely Young Lady Cured2 of
Tur. following is from the pen of Win. HI. Lxvi
sn, Esq.. the dlistingniishmed edItor of. the U. S. Mill
fnry and Naval Argus, under date of New York,
January 26, 1851. Whmat could be more conernsive !
"It is scidom we permit ourselves to oenpy a
space in these columns to speak in praise of any ar
ticie in the patent medlicine way ; but whien we see
ithe life of a fellow creature saved by the use of any
mnediacine whatever, we considler it as our right, if
not nutr dluty, to give a simple statemeot of facts;
that othe-rs may, in iike mannier, he benefitted. The
case wihitch has'indneead us to pen ibis article was that
of a ynnng lady of our acquaintance, who lay frequent
capamnre to thme night air, contracted a Cold which
a-ettld on ahe Longs before its ravages conld be
stateda. (This occurred two years ago this winier.)
Va'rouis remedies were used, hut with vecry little effect
or benefit.-The Congh grew worse, with c-opionsa
e pectorattioni, arid the sunken eye, and pale, hollow
cheek, told plainly that pulnonary dlisense was doing
its worst ona her delicate frame. The fnmely physi
eman was consulted, and although he would not admit
to time yamnng Ilady that she really had the Consump
tiaon. yet lhe wosuldl give no encourngemientas to a cure.
At this cmisis her mother was pemsoadedl to make
use oaf a bottle of Dr. Rongers' Compound Syrap of
Liverwairt and Tar. anal we are happy to slate she
was perfectly cureda ina less thman three months by ihis
medicine alon-. after even hope was destroyed. 1t s
useess to comment -tr sne-h a cnse na this, for th's
simiple truth will reach wvhere poikahed fiction never
can. If nay do-ht ilhe amnthenticity of tism statement,
let them call at thisOfic.-U. S. Military and Na
TESTIMEONT 02' THE PREUL.
From the N. V. Courier, Auog 13.
Da. Rloran' Syner aF Lzvr~awoa'r AND TAR.;
We have heard oaf several important cures ret-ently
eflatecd by this excellent medicinal preparation, and
in one instanee thmat came undler our observation, we
can speak e-rnfidently. One of onr employees who
hadsufferedl severealy from a loing stuading cold," du
ring lihe past weeak eommencedl the utse of this mcedi
eie, anid his Cold has entirely disappeared.
From time N. Y. Mirror, Sept. 2.
Ltvanwo-r AsN Tan.-Of time viritues of Dr. Rag
ers' Cotqh Medlicinies prepareda from thme aboveartt
ces, it is mneedlless niaw to speak ; its eflicacy in speedi
lv omuritng (onghs, Colads anal niher lung c-omplaine,
whichm tawo freeqmuently, if neglected, result in Con
sumptiian. ia too well established in public confidenac
to need eulogy now.
From thme N. Y. Despatch,.Aug 25..
We have heretofore taken occasion to give our tea
timony in favor of the enirative properties of Dr..
Roagerta' Compound Syrup of liivear-ort and Trae, ana
woumldl here repeat the adviice miheady givren, for all
persons who are afflic-tedi wiell Consnmption, or any
af time premonitory symptoms, to make a trial of Dr:
g'ra The Genmtne is signed AsNEew RoGEas, on
tie steel plate engraved wrapper aroundl each bottle,.
and is sold. wholsalu and retail by
scVL& MEA D.
flt Chartres street, New Orleans,
Sla-neral Agents finr the Southern States, to whomtw
all onsrs must be addresedl.
g'7 Sold, also by G. L. PENN, Edlgefield e. II'
WMR'DL'AW & DENDY, A bbeville C. HI.;- PRATT
& JAX1iO.. Newberry, A. J. CREIUIHTON,. H1am
hiurg. .'o. Ca.
SApril I tf ??
State of South Carolina,
IN COMIMON P'LE A:S..
The Bank tof Hlamburg,S. C, A, cmn,
i-a. AfaI mn.
Willinm B. lirannian.
Tl E ~ Plnintifl'in time above ease having this day
filed his Deolaraimn in my Ogiee,.ad shel.-e.
fonant Tiaving neither wife nor Attorney knewn .to'
reside wvithmin the limits of this State, on whiom'a
copy of simd deelaration witht at Rule to plead enn h..
served : On motion of Mr. BAtsk-rr, .Attoeniy
for Ph.-intiff, : Ordered Thsat said Defendant appear'
na pleadl to said decelarationa within a yeas-arnd
a day fromn the date haeree4, or in default thereof
judgment wilt be renderedl agaist 1Mm..
THOS. G. BACON, n.zE
Clerk's Offiee,March 8. 1852.
Marcl 11 ly
A LL Persons indehated to the Subscriber by note
or open account, arc earnestly requested to,
make payment by or before the first of January next..
II. A. SHAW.
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