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TE TRUE SYSTE OF FARMTNG.
Tryinrg to do too much, is a common
error into which the farmcr often falls. His
great eagerness in striving to be rich, is
doubtless the enuse of his error. -le is
ambitious and energetic, and forms his plans
on a large scale, too often, perhaps, without
countinig the cost. He buys a large farm
and wants to be called a "large farmer,"
-without understanding or considering the
trie elements that constitute a real farmer.
Ile fancies the greatness of that profession,
as is too often the common estimate, to be
in proportion to the number of acres, not to
say cultivated, but embraced within the
boundaries of his domain. The fact is now
being spread abroad, that a large farm does
not make a man either rich, contented or
happy, but on the contrary, the reverse of
all these, unless well tilled, when his labor
is rewarded by ample crops and fair success
in the various departments in which he is
engaged. No farmer can realize the full
benetits of his profession without adopting
a thorough system of culture. His success,
commensurate to his wishes, always de
pends upon the manner in which he pre
pares his grounds, plants his seed, and rears
his stock. Neither of these departments,
which may he considered the cardinal ones
of his profession, will take care of them
selves. The soil may be rich, but it needs
culture. His seed may be sown, but it
should be in due time, and always on soil
well prepared and of a suitable quality for
the production of the crop desired. His
stock must be constantly cared for-it de
rives its thrift from the soil, and sends
again to that soil the sustenance it requires:
but this is not done in a loose or hap-hazard
way. The farmer's care is required, and
all his better judgment must be exercised in
keeping up this system of reciprocal bene
fits that may be realized by every intelligent
and industrious farmer.
Thorough cultivation and systematic at.
tention to all parts of his business is indis.
pensable to a good degree of success. The
very corner stone to this whole system of
farnming, is to do what you do thoroughly
nature will not be cheated, and never gives
full returns to the half-way work that is
practiced by vastly too many calling them
selves farmners. If the land has beeii worn,
the extent of that exhaustion and the food
required, must be first considered. When
ascertained, the full. measure of these re
quirements must be given, to bring out full
returns. If the farmer has but a small
stock, and consequently but a small amount
of manure to replenish his land, it is obvious
that but a small farm can be supplied with
it; and good judgment at once dictates that
to cultivate properly a large farm, artificial
fertilizers must be used if good crops are
obtained. And so with the labor, two men
cannot suitably till one hundred acres of
land, when the labor of two men and per
haps four, might be profitably employed on
This is the great error in farming. Two
men strive to do what four can hardly (do,
and thus thousands of acres are run over,
half tilled, and producing half crops. VTe
land is run over till worn out, sustaining
year after year the unnatural tax, till its en
ergies are entirely exhausted and it fails to
yield even a feeble crop, because its life is
worn out. Much of the soil in Virginia and
other southern States is a type of this.
Thousands of act-es are lying entirely use
less and exhausted, anid will ever remain so,
till the first elements of its power are re
turned to it. This process is fast going on
in many of the W~esternu States. The soil
is treated like an inexhaustible mine; the
tillers crying give, give, give ! till in a few
years it will have nothing to give. Th'le
hoast of the West is, large farms and lar-ge
fields of grain ; plow, sow, and reap, is the
business of western farmers, drnawing out
the very life of the soil, and sending awvay
in the heavy exports that are constantly
going onward, without returning to the soil
the food1 it requires to make it productive.
The light that is being spread abroad on
this subject, is beginning to correct this
practice to sotne extent, lbut in most instances
very little is returned to the soil to keep it
alive, till after several years of continual
cropp)ing, it manifests signs of exhaustion,
and ultimate barrenness. When tillers of
the soil understand their true interests, they
will cultivate no more land than they can do
well. Fifty acres of land for tillage, brought
to a high state of cultivation, pays better
than one hundred run over in the way that
many do.-Je fferson Farmer.
DRY AND RAtT PRooF CEL..ARs.-Tlhe
present low price of Rosendale cement
does liway with the necessity of flagging
cellars; for both sides and bottom will lbe
tmade as solid as if carved from a solid rock.
Where the cellar is naturally damp, six
inches or more should underlay the cement,
andl then the mass may be covered with one
barrel of Rosendale cement mixed with
three barr-els of sand, and floated on to and
among the stones in a semi-fluid state. The
sides of the cellar may be coated wvith the
same mnixture, and after a few days it will
be found to be entirely impervious to water.
Cellars, the bottom of which have become
saturated with substances subject to fermnen
tation, and consequently productive of un
healthy vapors, are entirely swveetened by
the use of hydraulic cement. Floors of this
material may be washed without absorbing
sufficient water to render them datmp for
any length of time.-Ed.
Cu-rTING TIMBER.-After thorough trial
in cutting timber, I have ascertained that
the time for cutting all timber is in February ;
then the sap is in the root of the t-ree, and
the body is dry and free from sap, and there
is notbiing to induce the worm to enter the
wood. I have knowvn pine trees cut in
February to remain green until the next
December; that is, the bark and wood if it
had been cut in June, the sap of the tree
would have been black, and the frin worm
would have had full possession of the tree.
There is no timber cut when the sap is in
free circulation that will hold to its natural
color and durability.
TREES IN WINTER.-The Ploughman
recommends banking up trees with earth
before the ground is frozen bard. The
hank may blhe made ten or twelve inches
high without much labor, and will support
the trees against the winter winds: better
than a stake,. while it will keep the mice
If the ground is already frozen, a little
compost manure from a heap may be placed
around the tree-no strawv should bo int it.
After thme first snow has fallen, it is well
to beat it down close about the tree-for
mice aro- now looking out for a wiinter
harbor. The early, snow only need to be
beaten down, for mice are not looking for a
shelter after the winter has fairly commseneed.
-But whether the soil is frozen or rnot, the
intter+tht wns plaed abont the trnks ought
to be hoed away, so that the vermin will be
deprived of the means of making their nest
Mr. Pell, of Ulster county, the celebrated
exporter of applos to Europe, reconimends
that apples, after being carefully hand picked
in baskets, should be laid on a floor by
hand, without pouring from the baskers,
until they are 15 to 18 inches deep, and
left to dry and season three weeks, then
again carefully packed in clean barrels,
they may be kept, without rotting any rea
sonable length of time, and safely sent to
any part of Europe or the East Indies. The
plan of drying and seasoning in the air,
before barrelling prevailed, generally, some
years ago, although, now.a-days, it is mostly
discontinued, and thought useless. We are
disposed to think well of this process when
it becomes important to keep apples in safe
ty till next spring to send to foreign coun.
tries, for we have always observed that on
opening a barrel a few days after being put
up, in ever so dry weather, that the mois
ture often stands in drops over the whole
surface, and although loose barrels will
allow it mostly to evaporate, yet where
they come in contact, the two surfaces
retain in and cause rot.
The carrying of apples in a common
wagon, either be'ore or after barrelling, is
injurious-they -should be moved on springs
or sleds. The brasion of the skini, or crush
ing of the cull of the pulp containing the
juice, allows fermentation and decomposi
tion, and the consequent decay of the
Apples will not freeze until at a tempera
ture of from five to ton degrees below the
freezing point of water, and it is beneficial
to keep them as cool as possible, even
down to thirty degrees. Apples enclosed
in a water tight cask inay be left in a cold
loft all winter without further care, and will
be sound in the spring, and perfectly fresh.
CHtARCoAL FOR SwIX..-It is not per
iaps generally known that one of the best
articles that can be given to swine while in
preparation for the tub, is common charcoal.
The nutritive properties are so great that
they have subsisted on it without other
food for weeks together. Geese confined
so as to deprive them of motion, and fattened
on three grains of corn per day, and as
much coal as they can devour, have become
fat in eight (lays. The hog eats voraciously
after a little time and is never sick while he
has a good supply. It should always be
kept in the sty and be fed to the inmates
regular like all other food.
HAVE this day associated Mr. TIOIAS I
TT inl businie.'s with me, which will in future
he transaeted uuder the firm of Boweas & JIT-r.
S. E. BOWElRS.
Iaunburg, Nov 5, 1852.
A LL persons indebted to S. E. BowERs, will
please call and pay their notes and aecount.,
as I am desirous of closing moy old busin'ss immne
diately. S. E. BUWEltS
aiburg, Nov 5, 1852.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Family Grocery !
1gE K EEP. constantly on hand a large and
STY wll .assorted Stocek of G ROCERIES, viz:
Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffce,
molasses, Syrup, mackerel,
Whole, Half and Quarter Barrels, and Family Mesa
Mackerel in Kite,
SPERM 4- ADAM!ANTINE CANDLES. LAMP
ANI) LiNSE ED OIL, RAISINS. AL
MONDS. NUTS OF ALL KIND-S,
PRESER VES, PICKLES,
Fresh Lobsters, Salmon and Sardines,
C A ND IES,
SPICES ALL EINDS, sNOEED 'BEEF & TONGUES,
FINE OLD BRtAND)IES, WINES,
Nectar, Eagle and Rye Whiskey,
A Well s'-leeteud Stoek of CROCKERY and
GLASSWARE. BOW ERS & liIY.
HIamburg, Nov 5, 1S52. tf 4:1
N o t i ce,
JOHN M. WVITT hsavinrt purcbased the
~)exclusive iterest of th~e ~MACHINE S1101P
of .\lesrs. lIts,,NeLL & Wirr-, will keep constantly
on hanid the following artiles, in comiplete and ex
eellenit order. atid at the A ugusta prices, viz:
Sash filled with Glass and Primed,
made of all sizes and ac'cording to order.
Panunel Doors, Winudow Blinds,
D00R FRAMES AND WINDOW FRAMES,
B~ed Steads, Tab~les, Wash Stands, Ch~airs, Beatu
reaue, Writing Desks, Work Stands, Bouok
Cases and all oilier Cabinet ad
Joiners Work, & c., & o.
Repairing and JTob Work of every kind appertaining
to the above articles, and Furniture oIf every deVs.
eription, done promiptly and upon the iiost liberal
Edgefield C. TH., Dec I, 1S52. tf 46
Ware-House and Commission
B US INE SS,
II.UBURG, S. C.
'WA LKER & CO., b.-g leave to inform the
.a epublie generally, that they continue the
Warehouse ?& Commission Business,
at the stand occupied by theni for the two past
seansonis, andh previously by W~AtxEn & UnAIIronD.
The Ware-HIouse is in good order, aiid beinag lo
eated in the highe~st part of Town, is safe fromt high
water. The late freshet barely reaching the lower
floors-not the least damage was done to Cotton.
A. WaLtsEa wiill devote his, personal attenttionl,
exclusively to the biusiness, and hopes from long ex
pericece, and a de.sire to please, that naone will leave
the establishment dissatisfied.
Those who pat-onize our Ware-House, will be
kept constantly ad vised of the state of the produce
Cash advanices made on produce in store, wlhen
desired. A. WALKER,
D. L. ADAMS.
Oet 27 Gin 41
Hardware and Cutlery !
'THE Subscriber begs leave to inform the citizens
.Lof Edgefield and the Upper Distriots, that he
has opened a large and general Stock of
HARDWARE &, CUTLERY,
Together with every other article connected with
the Hardware business, at the old Stand formerly
occupied by H. A. KEsRIeK, and nearly opposite
the American Hotel.
Having recently returned from the North, where
my purchases has been made from Manufacturers
and aS the LOWESTr CASH PICES, iwod
respectfully invite the public and my old friends to
give me a call before purchasing elsewvhere, as my
Stock combines every article in the Hardware line,
ad is entlirely new!I
Hamburg, Oct 27 3m 41
C~i The A bbeville Banner. 'Greenville Moun
taineer. Laturensville'Hecrald nnd Aniderson Onzette,
will copy 3 months and forward bills to .J. II.
I LL Persons indebted to the Estate of I. A,
li. 13ell, dee'd., prior to his sale, are requested te
make immediate payment, and those having claimi
against said Estate, will present thetm proprerly at~
tested. D. A. J. BELL, Adnm'r.
Oranges and Lemnons,
J UST receired'and fore sale by
t F. M. NICHOLAS.
it. 8. K EY,
FELIX E. BODIE,
Wor Tax Collector.
T11OMAS B. ItEESE,
M. B. WIlTTLE,
IT. T. WTRGHT.
JOuN W. SMITII,
W. F. DURISOE,
PICKENS B. WEVER.
W ILL be found at all times in his Office, at
Edgetiold Court Ifouse, near she PrAXTELr's
le will atten a promptly and strictly to buuiness
in his profession.
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PARKER.
Address Edgefield C. 11., or Sleepy Creek,
P 0., S. C.
March 11 1852 ly 8
Pair Home snade Plantation
HARNESS, SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER.
FINE g ?007c3 AJ-D S UOE)SF
of AL. i.sCRirFons.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil.
At the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
R. T. MIMS.
July 21 tf 27
FALL AND WINTER
R XCHARDSON & McDONNALD,
are now receiving a LARGE and WELL
SELECTED Stock of Fall and Winter
Of the LATEST STYLES-direct from Now
York-tgether with a tine assortment of
Hosiery, Shirts, Collars, Cravats,
COTTON AND MERINO UNDER.SHIRTS.
Silk and Linen H~andkercliefs,
Hats and Caps of all kinds,
HAND AND BUGGY UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS, VAUSES,
Carpet Bags, &c., &c.
All of which will compare favorably with any to be
founil in other markets. An oxamiattion is solicited
from their friends and customers before purchasing
r Next door to G. Robinson's Hardware Stbre.
IHamburg S. C.
Oct 20 3m 40
DRB. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
rPAKES this method of returning his thanks to
.Lhis frienids and patrons. foar the patronage he
has received in the sale (of Drugs, Medicines, &c.
Hie is now receiving an addition to his already
extensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Stuff's, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop 2'urniture, & c.
THlE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
Of hirown anid Northern make,
French 'Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, Hair, lHat, Shoe and Tanners Brushes
Tinctures k Dledicinal Compounds,
miade under his own supervision in strict
accordarece with the U. S. Disp'ry..
The imost Reputable Nostrumns,
Ml of which lie will sell at prices that will compare
favorably with any Southern market. Those wish
ing to putrebtase articles in his lir.e will do well to
call and examine his Stock and prices.
Edgefield 0.11., Jan 22 tf 1
Livery and Sale Stables.
FORME RLY JOHN C. O'H ANLON'S.
TIH E Subseriber las tho lehasure
tinform his friends and the publie,
-that, faving punheasaed fehe Splendid
__ STOCK of FIXTURES of those
well-known anid popular STA IILES, formerly
owned lby O'HIANLON, and lately by W. E. ARl
CIHIE R. he is now prepared to fnrnish all who maxy
favor him with their patronlag-e, with excellent.Saddle
IIOR$ES, and handsomae and coimfortab!e CAlR
IAGES and BU(GIES, of the latest styles,
wk~h teamns to match, and drivers, in whose so
briety anid experienice every conhidlence enn be placed,
at moast renaonable pries. Many improvements
have beena made to the Stables and Lots, and D~ro
vers will ind every accommodation they can desire.
Carriatres and Omnibuses from this Stable will
runm fronm Boatwright & Janney's universally favo
rite " American Ilotel," and also fromt the long-os
tablish'-d and well-known Columbia Hotel. by Mr.
I). Cald well, to the various Railroad Depots, or any
Ur Orders left at the American Hotel, with Mr.
W. D).-11arris, or the Proprietor, at the Coluambaia
Ilhotel, will bet promnptly attendled to ; and the sub
scriber is confidenit that all who employ him wiil be
pleased with his prices anda his teamis.
NATilAN IEL POPE.
Columbia, Sept 2-2 Gm 3
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
G 'rg Thie o Dec'on in Attach'nt.
Talhitfero & Torhect,
'T HE Plaintiff in the ahove stated case, having
.Lthis day filed his Declaration in my Otlice, and
tlae Defenadant havimag neither wife nor Attorney
known to reside within the limits of this Stite, on
whomai a copy of said Declaration with a rule toa
plead camn ho served : On motion of Mr. MaanA-rri,
Attorney for Pinttiff: Ordered, That said Defend
ant appear and plead to said Declaration wihin a
year and a day froma the date hereof, or in default
thereof judlgment will be entered against him.
TH IOS. G. RACO !, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, Oct 13, 1852. ly 43
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
Silas Lilienthial, Dc.i ta~ct
Richard Bailey. 3
T HIE Plaintiff in the above case having this day
filed his Declaration in my Office, and the De
fendant havinag neither Wife nor Attorney known
to reside within the }imits of this State on whom a
copy of said Declaration with a role to plead cana
be served, On mnotiona of Mr. Moaos, Attorney
for Plaintiff: Ordered that said Defendant appear
and plead tosaid Deelarations within a year and a
day from the (late hereof, or judgment will be
awarded against him lay default.
TIlOs. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's O fice, J ue I, 1852. ly 20
A LLthose indebted to the Estate of John B. Lo
gan, dee'd., are requested to maake inmmediiate
payment, all those having denmands to-paresent themia
M. W. LILES, Ars
A. NIX, A's
E. P. HIOLLOWAY.
Feb 19 11m 5
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Stant
-more Nt. Holstein, dee'd., will manke immedi
ate payment, and those having denmanda against said
Estate will render- thiena in forthwith, proeperly tat
tNoi-d J25A BLA N 4-Ad 5
~L li. NE W
WJIOLESALE & RJ
READY MADE CLOTHING, TR
UNDER THE U. S. 1L
TM. NEWBY &:CO., are now receiving ti
~ J.Readv Made Clothing ever offered ini tst
improved styles of nanufatcture.
- --A I
A GO0D SUPPLY OF BOYS YOUTJ
I07 Country Merehhts, and all persons via
and examine our Stock for themselves.
Augusta, Sept. 23.
HAPPINESS AND COMPETENCE.
WrIHT is 1T
That we behold man1 fentales,~ carce in the meridian of life
broken in health an spiits with a coral ieation of diseases
and ailments, depriving them ofthe powe for ih, enjoyinent
of life at an age when p) lsicaljsealih, t,03aAFcy of spirits,
and ha y serenity of muiu, arisiig from a condition of health,
shouldb redomtant. -
Many of the eaee of lsretuleriou at irst-perhaps yenfil
before. perhaps during rirlhood, bhe first zears ofrarnage.
were in their origia so tight as to pas unnoticed, and ofrcourse
nolce. IN JtFTVER YEAII.,
When too late to be beneined by our knowledge, we look
back and morn, aend regret ibe fall eonsequences of our
What would we not often ve to liosees, in early life, the
knowledge we obtain in after years.!. And wkat days and
ights of anguish we- might not have. leen epred, if tie
knowleldge was timely possessed.. .it -is
MBLANCHO3LY AND STARTLING
To behold the sickness and suifering anduted by many a wife
for many years, from cause# simple and sontrollable, easilr
reo.:ediad-or better still,--not incurred, if every
WIFE AND IOTHZR
rossessed the informatou costaisediaialiltle vol'ame, (with
in the reach of all) which wouht spare to Lerself
YEARS Or plIiiERY,
And to her husband the constant toil and anxiety of mind,
zecesqarily devolving upon him ham.ssickness of the wife.
without givinghim the opportunity of arequirug that coum
petence which hi exertions are entailed. and the fnesession
71 which would secure the bappinens of himself, wife, and
SECURE TIE MEANS OF HAPPINESS
BV becoming in time osessed of the knowledge, tie want
of which has caued the sickness and poverty oft thnusads.
Is view of such consequences, to-wife or mother is ecu
sable if she neglect to avail herserlf of that knowledge in
resect to herself, which would nlrare her much so fleeing, be
the means of hli>inass and 'rosprity to her husband, and
confer upon her ehidren that b esing ahove all price-heaithy
bodies, with healthy minds. That knowledge n contained is
a little work entitled
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
Private Medical Companion.
BY DR. A. X. MAURICEAU,
PaOPrssoa or DisIasZAIt oF womrt.
One Ifnndr-dth Falition. JP.o., p;. 250. 'rie, 50 ets.
(oa vtas rapiEi, exTaa asso, SI 0'']
First published in 1547, andI it insnot
SURPR1IZING ORt WONDERFUL,
Conelering that EVE RI Y FEMfATi.E,
WIIETHIERI MIARItEDOR NOT, cn here
acquilre a futll ktnowjedige of the nalture,
chaneter aid cn'aeam or'Iter cotnpilnsat,
wItls the viarlous syasnptonas, unds that
HALF A MILLION COPIES
It in imacticbe to convey folly 'the sarisnne snilects
treated of, as they see of a naisire strictly inteedsa fr the
married, or those contempslating snarriasres, lint s feriale
denieos. of enjjying health. anid that Iseantv, cisess..gent stpon
health. which in no esnducive her sws, .iulti'ise., ands thai
of her husband, buti eier hiw i nohtan. it, nalh ,. ir. "-.1
every haibanid 'who has the I t. a llniston ef h is w ife at
hears, or that of his stwn pecusaary isrm emen:.
UPWIARDS OF ONJ IIUNDREhD TIIOU
Hlare been SENT BY MAIls within the list fesw monthls.
KIrBase and Shamiefil Fraid!!
CAUTION TOi BOOKiSELLERS.
VIO LAT.ION OF COPYRIGIITS
A SPUXIOUS EDIITION
llscr-at and barefacedl. has ben's sureptitingsly isnned, with
tine '.me fairs. and size, exactly the nastE: Tara.c: Parir., asnd
tstly the same
Bet anothser namte substitutes for "Dr. A. M. Msaorieeant,
and " Boatos" for5' New Y or ," and the wosrdu,
L~saas eenrding to Act oCatan . in the yet 1 1t7, by
is she Clerk'e Orice, of the Diiiriet Court of the Southete
District of New York,
The eontceste, the subject matter, anal reading are
Priuted on poor, brownish, dirty paper, wih atper 'nver.
ft eon be known also on the miserable anda illegaible wnona
ets scattered throughout its page.. The copyright 'dltior
If there are any in she trade eo lost :o shame anid ecmmon
honesty an to be willinig parties
IN DEFRAUDING THIRII CUSTOMERIS,
No lessithan the legal owner of the property in enpttrighat,
ilhey will be prosecutedt, asd seps will te taken to srapose
them so thse psubbe.
A cupy will hs e st to eaclhbookseller rer Arm, (with the
sers upon whIich they will lbe furnishsed.) upon receiptc of
is or their bureiness card of address.
CAUTION TO TFHE PUBLIC.
BE NOT DEFRAUDED:
Bu no book nnlese-Dr. A. li. Mlatriceaut 129 L.iberir st.,
N. is, eon the title pace, and the entry in ilerk's Offi te oni
the ba'ck of use tatle page corr nosds as herein, and lkn> onl
of respsectnble and honorable dsleres, or nenil by mail, and ad
dress ro Dr. A. .51. Msauriceean.
itl ti:le paige, witda contiens, tngerher with a few inaues
treating of imsportant ,ubjects :tn every married female. will
besent,. free of chaerc, to any sone esnclosing a letter starnp ia
e prepaid letter, adsdresed as hetrein.
T"rOn recelpt of P'lfty Cents, (or Ones
Dotnr or hefine. Ediltaan extria sinding.
"eTHIC MARR1ED WOMAN'S PRIVAT
MED1CAte COMiPANJON" Inaost 'esallet
hre; to aniy part of the Unstlel gtuate. All
lette'r s, aunt be poet-psldl. ands aesrenied to
DR. A. MT. MAVIEAU, Box 12'%. New
York CIty. PaubslshluagOffco, No.Ino ilbersty
Street, New York.
g7 For sale in this plar'e at the Drug Store of Mr
A. G. Texcta. Price only Fifty Centt.
.July 21, 1852. Gro 27
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLiNA.
IN COMMON PLIL AS.
Clerk's Office, May 17, 1852. ly 35
John M. Clark,
vs Foreign Attach'nL
John M. Clark for J.)
M. C. Freciand, Foreig r Attachn'ng
Riehnyd Bailey. )
W, [JER E AS the Plaintiffsn teverally in the ac
'T tions above mentikred have this day filed
their respetive deektrations in thie uime, aginst
the Defendant, who (as it is said) is absent rromt
ansd without the limits of the Slate, ard has neahier
wife nor Attorney known wil.hin the same, upont
whmi a copy of the said several declarations iight
be served : It is therefore ordered thatt the said
Defendant, ftichard Bailey, do appear aind pleadt
t the said declarations respeclively, within a year
and a ay from thsis date, otheL'wise final and absno
lute judgment will be given sa awarded against
him in the said suits respectively.
T. -G. B3ACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office. Sept. 6, 18. -y N'r
AUhOUSE AND LOT containing about two
acres, one and a half nmisles fromi Edgetield on
the Colinbia Road.' Thez'e are ora tf.e Lot a well
of good watter and all necessary outbulld-ings fs a
The plnee will he sold for Cash or on time,
the purchaso money being amply secnredl->md
ismediate possealoit given. A pply at thin Oflice.
Feb 3 .tf .5
80 by ,uttt E.]HODGES, AGENr.
Hamburg, Nov 20 . tf 46
B Y & CO.,
BTAIL DEALER IN
U-NKS, CARPET BAGS, &c., &C
)TEL AUGUSTA, GA.
ie LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT of
ity. Their Stock consists of iLe latest and most
IS' AND CHILDR 1 E CLOTHING.
iting our city, are respectfully solicited to cal
ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER!
Great Cure for Dyspepsia!
DR. HOUGHTON'S I- TIV FLUID, (or
prepared from Rennet,
or the fourth Stonmach
Erof the Ox, after diree
tions of lAnon LiEnro,
the great Physiological
Chemist, by J. S.
I otorroT, NM. D. Pihiladelphin, Pa.
This Is a truly W(NI1:PI. Itil R..)Y for Tntligestion,
Dyspiepsia. .lauindice, Liver Comlpaii. Coti- aicon, nd
Dtility, Curing ufner N.TVI'I:-S OWN l..Tltol). bjy
Nature's own Agent. the Gastrie .uice. Ital a tspoonful
,or t'E v's Ix. inrus,-t in %ler, will tii~est 'or dlkssolve. Five
1onnims o.f Iteust .letf inl utK.ul two hours, out ofth,- Ainch.
P'J*$IN Is ti- chie element. or -rent I)IGfSTING
Principle of the Gastric Juice-the solvent of the Fotil, the
Purifying. t'res-rving in tunintliuig Agent or thttomach
anri intestines. It is extracted from the Digestive Stomach
of tle Ox, thus formingf a TIWtE DIGESTIVE FLI:o1),
preey li the natural Gastrie Juice in its Chemical pow
e d furnishing a CO.M'LETE and PEltFECT bUJ3
ST1TUTE for it.
Call on the Agent, ntd get a Descriptive Circular. gratis,
givin: a lurte amount or SCIENTIFIC EVII)ENCE. ront
I.iebi' .\iiinal Chiiteiry ; ir. 'oinhe', 'liysiology or tDigew
ti..n: Ir. Pereira oF fol and NOie: Dr. .Iolin W. lDrnper,
ot' New York liniversity: Prof. Dungtison's l'hiysiiogy;&e..
tip-hiiir with reports of cures bn alt parts of the United
NO ALCOHOL, BITTERS OR ACIDS!
Renember this: wr. lliornitr's 1j-PI'N it a grent
Natural R,.rnety. tree frni A LXlttlOL, ITTEIs, ACI DS
anl NAU.4(1' S : l U U(1:0. it is extriimiely agreeitle lit
the taste, and may lie taken by the mwist f.ebli patients who
etiot eat a walter eracker witliout nente distress. Beware
of drugged imitations. Pepsin is lint a dugil.
Ct11ES IN EVE.Y TOWN!
Dr. -ITonghltn' l'arsu' has now bein tested. for upwards
of to years. ll every large town in tie Uniteil Sintes. :11i
the .\gents ean ret'er Dy.ip.epitics to many rnlirlikiie Curv
In every iovn ! Numeriuous itetails of turts, certitletet of
Jltysiri:nis amt Patients, are given In tie Cireulars furnished
by Agents, gratis.
Pepsin in luid and Powder.
Dr. Tfoughtons PIPSIN is prepared in Powder -Ind In
Fluid Form-anl li' lreseriplhoin vials for the use of lhysi.
ciains. The Pouwrier wtih tie senut tby anil, fre~e of Poslnge, r.1r
tine t)ollir, sent te. Dr. I tiulghton,. Phiinlhin~li.
Privte Cirinlari for l'luysic:iims mniy be, rnhtninet of Pr.
piarn-il.in andt givinc~c the nuithitii--t upon0 which thle ciaiin5
of tis inew remecdl ne husieil. As It is NOTi A SE'Ct ET
I:.\ E 11 Y,. nou iileItteion tnn be raisednhist iit use byi i Phy'
uirinnli ini ri.Sperinbtie ..lantdinig and regular piractice. Price
ON1-; DOLLARI pier bouile.
i~tr l~l'~ Obseirve This. li' rtn
Flr Blteo EN t:lNE l'SlN benrsthwrtn
sinature' oif .4. 5. tiliugtlni. N. D.. ,iole trrepritlor, l'hiladel
dinii, Pa. Cioyrigt t n T* Mtrk 'icureut.
;'Sihl by nl J)rniggists and htealert In 3Medicines.
LA't'W & LYON, A bhuevitle C. HI.; l'i:ATT' &.TA3MES, New
huerryt, iunil A. J. C1s EIG ITON, ltaumburg, S. C.
J!uly. - ly' 23
A ZPurely Vegetable Preparation, and a
Sovereign Reomedy for
r IT E$ER BITTER~S nre prrly~ n ECE TA fiLE
C (OMPUOUND, and are itffered to, the puliic
11mder the ful list coi-~tion that they will bie foundli
numerl~ous' famtilies an Phyu Ilsic~ians in the Southi, wholu
have furiiheu.d ale testimouuny as to their dlecidted
e'xticllce, btut alsou by the Proiprittr, wht, for teln
years, sutfferedt all the gloomt incidenut to tha~t .tub
hiirn and distleinlg disense.
The Colurtonl hitters, arue nk..o a Carminintive,
most exel,lt for Chiu!ernt Mirbuis, Coistivenless, Sea
iess. .Nautea pIri.eding from~uu whatever cause.
Shor~tltess af ;ir--athi. Aceidity, l leart Burn, Cramnps
and StIchIes in thei 'east.
lTe nhtiave MedI~'icin is hiighly recommeinet'd to
others iir sqeeintary habtIitst.
Frii tihe satifation~ul oif those whb ony not othert
wvise feeltldiuonid tom try this vnumible Coimpouind,
re Ire t isiadh.., by perisionll to) the following
Re.'v. T1. .. Y1otlng~. Wmi,. Yates, M. D)., D. T.
Caini. Mi. I., Alex. Robinson, Coil. F. Lance, Char
T1. .Ni. Cu~rtis, Ni. D).. St. .Tolm's Tshmni.
Ex-Go. W. 1. Senbroouiik, Edai,-to Julandl.
U. R. Bythewoiod. Be~aufirt.
Rev. A. Woodlward,. lion. Win. Popt. Ter. J. B.
iSenbrook. Pmdl Pritelari, Ni. D)., Blhd~ton.
3" Pares~t, 75 ets per Baittle!. Fot salle at Edge
liehil C. H., by G. L. PENN, Asv
Oct. 20 tf 40
D R. DE N N I S'S
Jaundice, Sick lfcad-arbc, Di::ness, Losssol
Apipet ile, Cjonst ipalion oif t he Bounel, File.',
c'aujsed'r by Costir:roexx, Paiin in the lolninI, or
Rhaenmaitim, caused by the nae of Mercury,
.Syph,/ilis, Screfuyhu, Boils, Ulrcrs. sj-c.
rpan is PR ElPA R A'TlION is mnade ats pure ast p5oi
b ie. Its. bitter taste. andt beneficiaul elli-eLs in
diseases of the Liver, and idistases arising fromian im
pure state of the 1'loosd, prove it to he the
PUiREST AND S10T USEFUL
prerarartion of Sarsaparilla thalt is made.
'I hose whto have lisedt the various preparations of
Sarsaparilia wvill find, by tihe taste anud efli-et, that
there is more Sarsaparilla in onle bottle uif Dr. DEN
I xs' preparation, than in half a dozen boti~lcs as it is
Its alterative anid mihiy purgative effects upon the
bowels, make it not ionly a good substitute for Met
cury, hilt useful in reoving Idl diseasesarising from
tihe iimprtident use of 3Mercnry.
Ug Prepatred onaly hyiJ. DE~NNIS, Ml. D., Auguht
Siild by A. G. TEAcus anti G. L. PENss, Edgefiel
C. 11.; P. M. Conirs and C7anr.v & CoUTuitsnt,
Chiarlesutoni ; Hov-rw arani & MIoT antd F'. CenTIS,
C'oiutnbia;. A. J. Cttt'run-rox, H~amurg; .st. F.
TUTT. D. B. Pr.u~ln, HIavr:.AN & Risisxv. W. F.
& J. TrlIxVI, W. K. Krrteuxx, IAnnr.ET-r & (ani
'aTen, Auguista, Geo., and biy Driuggists generally.
Price--SI per bottle ; 6 bsottie for $5.
I 7 Remember to ask fur DENNIS' GEORIGIA
June 26, 1851 tf 2
Polatocs, Onaionas, A-c.
4CONSTrANTr supply of Putatoes, Onins,
..Oranges, Lenions, Ciconuts, &c., mauy be
founid at E. I lODGES, AGEN-T.
Nov 2& tf -16
')PT5ONS indebted to the Estate of Mrs. F. E
.1Pert in, dlec'id.. are requested to call andu settle,
nd thoise havig claimts wviii prescnt them properly
attested. T. 1.L .IOIINSON, (A '
. E. L. 1I18LE R. 5
Nov 24 3m 45
SLT, Persons indebted to the EThtate of' Iaruly
C White, due'd., at-c requestend to mntke immedi
ate payment and thuos-e having demamids agaitnst- the
stme, will renders t ieni in- pro~perly atjtstedi
.J.\.3lES' 1. WhI TE, 'ms
W.v 1711-G RiFFIThL
A. Z. BENSON,
Ware House and Commission
-ME R 0 H A UM T,
Hamburg, S. C.
ITOULD respectfully inform his former pn
T trons, and the public generally, that lie has
'ensed the Ware-lHouse recently occupied by lessrs
IRANNON & COLEMAN, where he will be
Receive, Store and Sell Cotton
ind other produce Consigned to his care. Also
receive and forward Merchandize to the country.
In tendering his services to the public, lie flatters
hiiself, from an experience of SEVENTEEN
Y.RARS in the above business, anl a thorough
knowledge of all its branches, as well as from a
general acquaintance with the planters of the sur
rounding country, together with his undivided per
sonal attention to the business, thait he will be
nble to give general satisfaetion to all who may
favor him with their confidence, and assures thiem
that no effort shall be wanting, on his part, to pro
mote their interest.
Liberal Cash advances made on Cotton and other
produce in Store.
Orders fo4r Bagging. Rope, and family supplie
promptly filled, at the lowest market rates.
Aug18 tI 32
WARDLAW & WALKIR,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION
North Atlantic Wharf, Ciarleston.
Comsitsstons roR SEI.iNG Cor-ro,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
T E Subscriber having formed a Co-Partnership
with Mr. W. A. W A RDLA W, of Charleston,
formerly or Abbeville. S. C., for the purpose of do
i n a G .NER A L FA CTOR A G E and COMMIS- -
SION USIN FESS, avails himself or the present
opportunity, of returning his sincere thanks to hisi
numerous friends for the liberal patlonage bestiowed t
for a number or years past,-and in moving, tenders
the services of the new concern of WARDLAW
& WALKER, Charleston, where lie hopes many, 1
if not all his old patrons will find it to their interest
to ship their produce.
The recent arrangements of the South Carolina I
Rail Rond Company will enable them ,1no1 to have
a Depot n the city of Augusta, thereby save the
expense of To1l, and very greatly facilitate the for
warding (of produce of any kind. Mr. Jon C.
R Evs, Agent (if W. & W., in Augusta. will attend
to the forwarding of all produce that their friends e
may feel disposed to send them, free of charge,
save drayage. .; G. WALKER.
Aungusta, July 19, 1852. tf 29
Brogans, Boots and Shoes!
AT NO. 30, EAsT BAY, CHAtLaLUTON, i. C.
T11 E Subscriber offers for sale a LARGL and
EXTENSIVE Stock of the above Goods
which will be sold Wholesale and Retail at Low .
Ile would respectfully solicit and examination of.
his assortment by Merchants and Planters visiting
0T Orders will have prompt attention.
R. A. PPINGLE,
No 30, East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Nov 17 2m 44
SIUIPSON & GARDINER,
Warehouse & Com'n Merchants
McINTOSH-ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
TIlE Undersihned continue the WAREUOUSE.
T AND COMMISSION BUSINESS in all
its branches, in .J udge Starnles' Fire Proof Ware <
flouse, on Melntosh-Street, under the name and
style of SIMPSON & GA R I)INER.
In tenderiig to our friends, and the public gen
rally, our thanks for the liberal patronage extended,
we take this miethiod of assuring all, that no effort
On muir part will be wantingt to advance the interests
of thiose who may conlide their business to us.
Orders for Ungging, Rope and Yninily Supplies,
promiptly filled at the lowest market rates.
Cash advances made on produce in Store- whien
J. R. SIMIPSON,
J. T. G ARDINER.
A ugusta, A ug 25 6mn 32
Valuable Plantation for Sale,
II AT Valuable PLANTATION, about eight
miles from Hlamurg, known a~s the Cherokee'
Petnd Plantation, firmnerly owned bf~ I r.G(1 Gta..
It contains about seven hundlred asnd eighty-eight
(788) acres, 250t of which are eleared, the balance
is well wooded, consisting oif Ulack Jack, Iliekory
anmd Pite. It po~sLssse superior advanttages na a
public house, it being a long estalished mtanld, and
situnted at the j unction of the Five Notch, Martinl
Townva Rranc~h 11anmk Rlond and Main Trunk ofthe ,
lnbutrg and Edgelield Plank Road, and about a
mile betlow the junctition of the l'ine H ouse and'
Edgetield Roadls. The Cherokee Pond Rnee Counrse
is on the pliee, and is one of thme best training Turfs,
.0 thme Ilinitedl States.- 1
On the place m'~e two TWO STORY DWEL
LINt llOUJSES, with all necessairy outbuildings,
so situated that the plice cani lie divided 'nto~ two
pmtations, with suitabile buildings onach plan
Thle Plank Romad passing thrutghi the lands, offers
great facilities for hauling wood to Illamiburg and
A ugusta-to any one disp~osed, to engage in that
business, a rare ebu:nce is ot~ered. To an aipproved
purhlaser it will be sold on a credit of three or five
years. A pply t.
II. A. 1ENRICK, President,
llambuirg and Edgelield P. R1. Company.
Unambuirg, A ug 20 tf 32
Hamburg & Edgefield Plank R'd.
r 'H IS~ RO.\ D is now open foir travel from H1am
.burg to the O LD WE LLS, on the Pine House
Road, and by thle Martin Towvn Branehi from Unm-i
burg to near the new Bridge over Stevenis Creek.
Pe~rsins travelling or sending their Wagns or
Vehicles to llamiburg by the Martin Town Road,
atn avnil thiemselves of the Branch ]Phmk Road to
Hamburg. by turtling to the left, hailf a mnile above
Hardy's Church, biy w~hichi they will avoid all the
hills and sand oni the Mlartin Town Road.
The Road will be completed from IHamburg to
the Pine Ilouise about thme 1st of N.,vember,
Rates of Toll.
Four, five and six horse Wagons, 5 ets per mile
Thlree "I "I 4" " "
Two " "' 3I " " L"
Two " Carriages 3 " "L "
One "L "I 0 "L " "
Uorseback travellers, " 1 "L "L "
Vehicles (ma mieeting. are each enititledl to half thec
PL-A NK T RA CK, amid tl-e D~rivers are required toe
tun to the " R lG HT !"
h. A. KENRICK, President.
Tlnmhumre. Sept S tf 34
state of South Onrolina,
EDGERFIELD DISTR ICT,
iN CO.11DION PLE AS.
Lucius I tatchi,Atahe.
Taleferro &~ Torbet,
~1 H 11 Plaintiffn h above ease, having thds
.Iday filed his declaration in my Oflice, anmd the
Defenanait having neither wife nor A ttorney known
to reside within the limits of this State on whiom aa
copy of said declaration with rnle to plead can lbe
served :- On miotion-of Mr. ?Aaa-ai. A-tt'orney for
Plintiff: Ordered, That said Defendant appear and
ilead to snid declaration within a year and a day
from the date hereof, or judgmenat will be rendered
against him by default.
T IIOS. 0. BACON, C. I. D.
Clerk's Office. Oct 13, 1852. ly 410
TI IDES will be received at the Tan Tard from
ithis date. R. T. MIMS.
Ocet&t, 1852. tf 38
Ext~ra Fine Chewing.
T UST received a few Boxes of EXTR A FINE
tJ CIIE WING'TOBA CCO, the celebratecd "I Cal
boun' Irand," inmanufatured expressly for the Sub
scriber. G. L. PENN, AGEN.xr
Aug 18 tf 31 ,,
GR AT BROT HERS, A ugusta. Gn., have now fI
itn Store a full supply of Rich; ind Elegant
Brussels; 'Threeply, Ingrane and Cottoni CA RPETSa
with Rucs and D~ruggets to match, wlhicht they
offer to the public cheap.
Nov 17 tf 44
A LL~ Persotis indebied to~ the Sdbser'ibsr dfho
..filto pay their ntotcs atd- neoounts before
Retn Day in February nex't,- will be stftd,- as' 1
cannut glie longer indiilgen.:d. ..
B. C. BRYAN.
n..c 29 St r50
1AUNDICE, DYSPEPSA CUM 'eZOh&1O
TIE KIDNEYS,_ AND
DiBEASES ARISING ,;PR
Disordered Lirr-or 'S$7ake, isUc 'Aw$,C
stipatier, Inward Files; Fulicss or.Bliwes y.
the Head; . Acidity. of'thiStomack, lNtyea
Heart-bus n, Disgust for EaW, Fulnes -
Weight in thh Stoach Sour -Rr*c1Cvtiftiat
Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of ItSbohiek
Smimming-at the Head,-Irurried iins -
Breathing, Fluttering a'thiaIeintC*i"shQ
Sufocating sensations whe* in a#,1 - .
Dimness of Vision, Dots -'or Welsl -'t8 i
Sight, Ferer and dull pain in-the Di I
ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness .iki
and Eyes, Fain in the Side, Bik i
Limbs, tj-c., Burning in the Fls d&wde
Flushes of Heat, Constant 1magini igujfI*t
and Great Depression of SpiritsUen
ually cured by - -
DR IIOOFLANA'S2 :
JELEBRATED GERNAN BETER
F. PARED.B ''E
.DR;. C. M. 3ACK80N -
AT THE GER1AN alEICYNZ $T1
120 Arch Streot, Philad'eipi -
TIJJilT ~oer over the above diseases la stati171 r
qulld anther preparaio:Qgith# Upliecd .ktale,,ps
qecures attest, in many caes after sillful physicians had
These Bitters aro-worthy'the attentlhor invgiiT -P -
ePsing great virtnes .in the rafiflention of disessp' di40ho
.Iver and lesser glands. exercising the most hearhin ,"pow
rs in we-kness and affections of the digestive organs, tb
re withal. safe, certaln and pranpt.
Read and be Convinced-!-':W
The editor of ti"Jios-rox BEa' anid In his paper of
3dofJune last: -
Ds. 1loor7.Awn's CM.aAvM Cajnmx 3nr" 41
uro of Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspe-pinf 'ar.
ervous Debility, 6i deservedly one of the .w6 p tilier
nedicines, of the dav.' These -Pitters, have b41ui: lix
housands. and alrtend at our elbow says he ba&,himslf:re
elved an effectual and permanent. eure of liver Cornplatt
rom the use of this remedy. We are convinced'that, In the
ie of these ElItters, thepattent constanitly aini sturength and
Igor-- fUct wnrthy of great consideration. Theypre pleas.
int in tante and smell, and can e-sed by- persone-with tri
anst delicate stomachs with' ,indti-ay. circu strice -
e are spenking -from ex ein and p-the a -iAde
id Ise their use. - -
"scoo-s WrX=LT," one of the best LisT paper. pu
lAhed. said,-- --
Da.lloor.iAwN's GxAN BrtrnsJmannhtlred byDr
nckxon, nre now reconmnended by some of the'nissprumj
aent memtwrs of the faculty as an artcle of much ta
'se-s nf remale weaknesu.- As such b-the casewe would -
Ise nil mothers to obtain-a bottle.and thus save ,thstaaei
nch sickness. Persons ofdebilitated conastituildas will fn4
hew BItters advanlsgeous to their health, as-we know
xperlence the salutary effect they haye upon weck systems.'
More Evidence - - -
The Iron. C. D. H[rzLisr., Mayor of the. City' of Canide'
1. J.. sayA:
" lloorr.Asn's GKV Ar Jlrns.-We have :seen many:~'
attering notices of this medicine. and lte mo'urce frm whuchit
iey came induced'utd-Whiake fnjulryrespetinghi -7merli;'
*em - Inquiry we were peraded to use It. and baust say
re found-itspeelde In itectlon vpon-diseases of the ler
nd digestive organaf and the .powerful Infuence It eiert
ipon nervous prnstratIon Is really surprising. It calnis and
trengthens the nerves, bringing them lito a stateWdfreioWs
asking sleep refreshing. - - -:
"If this medleine.was more generally nsel, we tare.vatised
bese-would be less.sickness, as from the itowaeina 4yr, an4
er-ous system the great 0ajority of'ral and Itn0gixjrv dip.,
ases emanate. Havo tlie n a healthy condtlWi -nl you -
unn bId defie to-epidemie getiesally., Thi 'i.ioiw
nedlicine we would advise our friends whoan at all -ad
osed, to give a trial--t will recommend Itself. --tshould.ln
act, be in every. family. No other 'medicinec=m apdue
uch evidenesa of merit." : -
EvIdenee upon evdence has been receircd (1le iefore.
long)from all.se-eions of the Union, the- last"thr t#
nd tle istrongist testinont in its favor, Ithat therls iore
rf it used in the practiee o' the regular Phymielans ofahPblikp,
elphia.than all other nostruns eonimined.a Iiatthatean esat -
be established, aold fully proving that a scientifnicieirpra
on will meet.with their qiet-aJpproval when jiret
n this form.
That this medleino will enreLiver ComphAintand. -pe
Ia. no one cnn doubtaner using It as directed. '.14'r 10
.filenily upon the Atomach and liver; iartfertab'p
nel In ALL 11IL!OU6'D1tEASES-ti- eflceti mmed
te. They can be admihilstered lo; females or;Infants.1(-It
afety and reliabie beneit.at ally tin!.
Look well to the marks offthe
'(hoy have the writtendignatnre -of
pon the wrapper, and his ni*ne - lowa-In th~~~qtrt
which they are spurious. - - --.- -
2/" For enle Whnlesale and- lt~.~t-Te
i :uicCINE STOltE. No. 120l A rchon
likth, Phailadlelphia; and by rsctb1diial~gtel
hrough the counltry. .- - -- . ~
-. PRICES P DUCED.-i: r -
To enable all classes of lnvalids tp-uy -l-~gaao
heir great restomative powers. Rinoi It~ l~(CZl,
gr Also, for sale, In -this -Village 1;y-- --~;-4
D R. O.K
LIVER WOWTAND TAR
A.Crou Asthini,05 idimupiin ofrthe )bungs
dii Pulmtonary AMeetioins.
A Lovely Young Lady Cured of
Tnr. following is from the pe-n of .Wa. IT..Irt
oy, Esq., the distinguished editor of the U. S. Alili
tary and Naval Argus, under date of New -York,
January 26, 1851. What could be more - conlusivet.
"hI is seldom we permit oitrselien to -occupy a -
.pee in these c-oltmuine to epenk in praise of any ar
tie in thte pate-nt medicinie wtay ; but when we see -
the life of a fellow creatutre saved by the use of any 4
rnedicine whatever. we con-idter it as our right, if -f
riot onr duty, to giv-e a simple stactemeent of facts, --
that others may, in like manner, be benefilte-d. The
-se which has indttced uts to pen this article was that,
ifa yeolng lady of onr acquaintance, it ho by fregntenr
xposure to the night nir, c-ontracted a Cold bbhich
,ettled on the Lungs before its ravngen could be .s
tayed. (This occurred two years ago this winter.) -A
Varouq re-mt-dies wvere used, but with very little effect
ir benle-it.--.Thet Conngh crew worse. with copinus
xpcterationi. and the stntiken eve. attd pnhe. hollow
7hek. told pluinly that ptuinnnnry disease was doin'g
its worst on her dtelicate frame. Thie fam'ly physi
tatn was c-onsnited, and althongh lie -wonlnt admit
:o the yonng lady that shte re-ally haddahe- Consuat- w
ion, y-et he wvonhi give no encongemlentas te a enre.
At' this crisis her mother~wns persuaded tuo make
ue of a botthe of Dr. Ilogers' Compound Syrnp of
hiverwort endj Tar. and we-are happy to state .she
was perfectly cured in less titan three months by this
nedicine alone, after even hope wvas destroyed. -is
tueless to -comment ,mn Slneh a case na this, for .the
smple tuth wvill reach where polise-d fiction neVer
'an. If any do'hiihe nhe-nticity of this statement,
et ilhcm cahl at thia'Oilice-U. S.'Military.-and
tal Artis. -
TESTZMOi OP TE PRES5.
From the N. Y. Courier, Atng 13.
Dr., Roous' Sintir or- TYEiR wrT AND TAR.. -:
Ve have heard of several inmportant cufres rece:ntly
flected by this excellenit medhicinai preparation, and
in one instance that camne under our observation, we
an speak conidently. One of oar emplosyees ,who
ndsuffercd severely fromi a Icong standing cold, dias
ing the past we-ek'enuimened the use of this medi.
:e, and his Cold has entirely disappeared..
From tc N. Y. 3Mirror, Se-pt. 2.
Ltyr.nwoav Asn TAi.-Of the virities of Dr. Rigs
-r' Congh Medic-inca prepared from the above arti
-let.. It iis needless now io speak:; its efficacy in iepeedi. .
y enring Coughs. Colds and oilher lung enmplaints,
hiechi too freegntently, if neglecte-d, result in ('on
uimption. is too well establishied in public confidence
o aced eulogy now.
From the N. Y. Despatchi, Atng 25.
Wa Igave heretofore taken occasion to give onr tes
isnony in favor of the e-nrative properties of Dr.
rogersi' Compound Syrup of Liver'-ort and Tar, and
could here repeat die advice already given, for all
ersons whlo are afflicted wiih -Consnauption, or any
f the premonttory symptomsa, to makte a tril of Dr.
gg The Genumne is signed Ansnar-foar.au. ots
lie teel plate engraved wrapper around each itdce-,
d is sold whoflesal'e and retail bh
tscollL & MEAD,.-~
113Chartres street, New Orleanr.
ole Ge-neral A gents for the Southerni States;to whurtfa
Ii onlers must be addresed.
gg Sold, also by G. L. PENN,- Edlgefield C. IV
VA RDL AW & DiENI)7, Aliheville C. fl.;-lNATVT
JAMWES. Newberry, A. J. CREIGHITON, H1am
prf I tr -
State of South Car-oina,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
The Bank ouf llamburg,2. C ,
William 13. Brannaon. --
r HE Plaintfiffin the abovec case having this daf
Sfiled liis Declaration in may Oflk'e, and tlid De
undant having neither wife nor A ttorne~y known tot
eide wvithain the limits of thiis State, on wiloji a
py of said declaration *ith a Rule to plezd ent-by
erved :On motion of Ma. B*SKETTr,- Attifice
-r Plainlifi',-: Ordered That said Defetdant aplkear'
ad plead to said declaratint wiftin a year and
day from i-ie date hereof, or in .defiht thiereo'of
u~gment will be rendered agaidsL'himn.- -
TIIOS. G. BACON c. A:~ -
Clerk'a Office, March S. 1S52.
March 11 ly -
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or oe adeount, :are eartneatiy 'iecquestcdto
liake payniedit by or before the u'st of Jantisf next.