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I(you have not before done it, lose no
time now in turning over all your stubble or
fallow lands. Let there be no sham work
here. Our turning plows generally are less
fo be trusted than the negroes which follow
them. With two chances for trickery, it is
not wonderful that we are often trkkedr and
our ands pass for being plowed, when no
thing more than a skimming has been done.
Examine this work. and do not judge of its
merits by the heauty of the surfiace, but by
thle actual1 depthl and Closeness of the break
ing. See iV a shallow two inch slice has
not been dropped over into the preceding
furrow, while all below and between is hard
and unbroken. We are going to speak in
fkne for a deep breaking, and thorough pul
verization of the land. If the soil is stiff,
and clay tenacious, and one horse or mule
unequal to the task, in these ueinter plowings,
we advise the doubling of the team, or what
we think would be better, the following with
a good subsoil plough, in the bottom of each
furrow. All lands of this description must
be broke, and that deep and close, and now
is the time to do it. These remarks apply
equally to broadcasting or bedding, as the
same object is to- be accomplitshed, whether
the preparations be imade upon one plan or
the other. If stalks, either corn or cotton,
or leaves, or any other rough unrotted mate
rial are to be buried anid bedded in, the
sooner it is done the better, that the decom
position may have proceeded so far as not
to interfere with the growth of the roots of'
the young plant after the crop begins to
grow. Serious damage is sometimes done
to the growing crop when the spring is dry,
by deLaying this work.-Soil of the South.
It is stated in .the foreign correspondence
of the Michigan Farmer, that a method of
cutting drains has been adopted in Scotland,
being all done with the plow. It is very
aseful in all cases where tile ground is cl-ayey
and tolerably free from stones. In' the first
place a common plow is -passed back and
forth, turning out a furrow on each side.
Then follows the draining plow, which goes
down from 2 to 21 feet,. the mould board
being so formed as to turn tile earth all out.
In this manner twelve acres in the viCinity
of Sterling were drained with three plows
in one day, the tile being laid in the furrow
just as the plow left it. The earth was re
turned to the ditch by means of a scraper in
the form of a letter V, the legs of course
protruding fortvard, and a team attached to
each leg, on each side of the ditch. We
have been long since satisfied that tile cost
of excavating ditches might be reduced by
more horse labor than is generally used.
For instance, let a Michigan sub-soil plow,
with ample team, be set in a foot deep, a
thing very easily done, by throwing a furrow
each way (leaving but a narrow strip in tile
middle) the frit foot of' the ditch is at first
thrown out with a suficient rapidity to pre
pare sonic miles for the spade in each day.
IBy running twice eacht way a greater dlepthl
and more perfect work might be attained.
A regtular and thorough system of dIrainling
is at present quite expensive, cost'ing some
twventy-five or thirty dollars per acre, and if
its cost could be reduced one half by the
application of horse power, it wvould greatly
contribute towards its general introduction,
and be worth millions to the country, lying,
as it does, in most eases, at tihe very foum,
dation of successful farming.
- ,THE SUNFLOW.
The sunflower'is a'plant of much greater
value than is generally known. Instead of
a few being permitted to grace a parterre,
and conisidered only as a gaudy flower, ex
perience w'arrants my saying it should be
cultivated by ever'y planter and farmer as a
part of his provision crop. It can be turned
to profitable account onl all plantations; for
certain purposes it is more valuable than any
other grain known to us ; inasmuch as-it can
be madeo to yield more to the acre ini ex
hausted soils, with little labor, and with
greater prospect of success.
Its seed is wholsome and nutritious food
for pouhtry, cattle and hogs, and very much
relished -by them.
Fromn thle seed an oil is obtained with
great facility, as delicate, it is believed, as
that of oli- es.
They are also pectoral. A tea made of
them is quite as eff'ective as flax seed, or any'
other in catarrhal affections. On one occa
sion, this tea, sweetened with honey, wvas of
so much more service to me than the pre
scriptioni of my physician, that I attributed
my early restoration to health to its agency
alone. Certainly a favorable change did not
occur till I used tile tea, w'hich I did upon
tile recommendation of a citizen of one of the
upper counties of North Carolinia.
Its leaves and stalk, iln a green state, are
preferred by cattle to any other provender.
I have thrown green grass and fodder in one
heal), andl sunflowver leaves in another, to try
the cattle, and they have eveni commenced
eating the latter first; this I have tried often
with the same result. The whole, cut up in
the green state, and boiled with cotton seed,
or a little meal, affords a delicious food for
cattle and hogs-Farmer & Mechanic.
OATS AND RYE.
Now is the season for sowing rye intend'
ed for a crop.. The general experience
seems to be, that although this is a very har
dy grain, standing the w"inter better than any
other, yet the fall sowing does not generally
seed so wvell as that sowed in January. Let
it be sowed nowv. In most places in lti
tudes as low as this, oats may be safely
sowed early in January, especially the black
oat, which is regarded a little more hardy
than the white.. There is some little hazard
from very hard freezes,-but they are not often
killed, and usually make a miuch larger yield
than those sowed in February. We ask for
this very valuable crop a little more attention
thlan is usually bestowed in the mannier of
sowing. No wyork oni the farm is ro mluchl
slighted as this. Any sort of plowing will
do for oats, is tile argument. Now, we know
that any~ sort has had to do, but we think
we knowv equally well, that ample comipen
sation would be found for better work, and
that a crop of Euch general use, and of' so
much value, demands it. Plow the land w~ell,
and as far as practicable, make the surfaice
smooth, that your reapers may have good
work-, and- be able to cut cleaner anid piass
over more ground, with less labor in harvest.
BREAKING OXEN.--The editor of the
"Massachusetts F'armer" recommends the
following method of breaking oxen: :
" When you first put a yoke on your two
years old-steers, coax thlem wvithl an apple or
a year of soft corn,- (soft corn is allowable
in this case) then they will hold up their
heads and be glad to followv yous. No-wvhip
will be needed at the first yoking. Let the
yoke and the soft corn be associated in their 1
minds,-and they will never be shy of the
yoke: but if you use force alone they will
kold down their hads to aoid blows. AC-I
ter you learn them to follow von around
with the yoke, and that it will not injure
them to carry it, you can hitch them on he
fore the older oxen, and make then take the
lead. The driver should go beside them oc
casionally, with a switch, stick or a light
and short whip, but lie will not have any
need to beat them except extreme cases."
WATr oF LixE IN THE SoI..-Indicat
tions of want of lime in the soil, may be
seen in heavy crops of straw, and light
crops of grain, and in root crops where they
seem to run to fingers and seed. Experi
ments should be made by every farmer with
lime upon various crops in all his fields,' to
ascertain whether lime would be beneficial
to him. Very few places will be found
where it will not be so.
WINs oN CATTLE.-A writer in the Al
bany Cultivator gives this remedy. " Cast
the animal, and with a long keen sharp.
pointed knife, the flesh should be cut away
round the place of discharge, sufficiently to
remove to the bone a tough pipe which will
be found to have formed there. Nitric acid
should then be poured into the wound, after
which a few clensings with water, at periods
of a week each %%ill effect a cure. I have
known it to be repeatedly tried, and ever
without failure, even where the bone had
b,:en far gone with caris.
Gux ARARIC STARCHi.-Get two ounces
of fine white gum arabic, and pound it to
pow der. Next put it into a pitcher, and
pour on it a pint or more of boiling water,
(according to the degree of strength you
desire,) and then having covered it, let it set
all night. In the morning, pour it carefully
from the dregs into a cleant bottle, cork it,
and keep) it for use. A table spoonful of
gum water stirred into a pint of starch that
has been made in the usual manner, will
give to lawnsu, either white or pointed, a
look of newness to which nothing else cati
restore them after washing. It is also good
(much diluted) for thin white muslin and
To WAsu WOOLrEN Goons.-The art of
washing woolen goods so as to prevent them
froin shrinking, is simply to wash in as hot
water as possible, with soap, and as soon
as th! article is cleansed, immerse it in cold
water-wring it out well, and hang up to dry.
LoNo WINDED.-A good story is told of
a preacher who delighted in rather long
sermons, and who once exchanged with a
brother preacher, who always delivered short
ones. - At the usual hour for closing the
services, the people became uneasy, and be
ing inspired with the love of warn dinners,
rather than lowg sermons, went out quietly
one by one, till the preacher was left alone
with the sexton.-Still lie continued to blaze
away, till that functionary, seeing ito pros.
pect of a close, walked d-liberately up the
pulpit stairs, and handing him the key, re
quested that lie would lock up whien he got
through, and leave the key at his house as
he went along.
" A SEL."-" Paddyv, honey, will you buy
my watch ?"
"And is~ it about sellinig your watch ye
are, Mike ?"
"Troth it is, darlint."
"What's the price ?"
"'Ten shillinigs and a mutchin of the crea
" Is the w~atoh a decent one ?
"Sure I've had it twvent years, and it nev
er once desaved me."
"Well, here's your tin ; and nowy tell me
does it go well ?"
"Bedad, an' it goes faster than any watch
in Connaught, Mlunster, or Leinster ; not
"Bad luck to ye, Mike, then you have
taken me in ! Didn't you say it never de
sawed you ?"
"Sure and I did ; ntor it didn't for I never
dipinidid on it !"
Ax exchange says: " We have good au
thority for knowing that the daughter of
Enoch was five hundred and eighty years old
wvhen shte wvas married. If this ought not to
be balm to the drooping spirits of old miaids,
wve do niot know whtat ought."
ONE of the "spiritual" papers says that
Napoleon and Wellington are both down
below, quarreling about the battle of Wa
A Goon Sronv.-John Bunyan, while in
Bedford jail, was called upon by a Quaker
desirous of making a convert of him.
"Friend John," said he, " I come to thee
with a message from the Lord, and after
having searched for thee in a'l the prisons
in England, I am glad I have founid thee at
"If the Lord has sent you," returned
Bunyan, "-you riced not have taken so much
paitis to find mte out, for the L41 knows I
have been here these twelve years."
A Correspondent of the Spirit of the
Times, says lie saw a cockney the othier
day, who, after dilating on tI1 e superiority of
the English over our poultry, said that he
was " hastonishied at the hexemplificatioti of
hiignorance displayed by the IIlemerican peo
ple in the raisinig of 'ens."
A DUTeuxxN wvas relatitng his marvellous
escape from drowning, whetn thirteen of his
companions were lost'hy the upsettinig of a
boat, amid he alone wsas saved.
"And howv didi you escape their fate,"
asked one of his hearers.
"I tid not go in to tam poat !" wsas the
Dutchman's placid aniswer.
THE Boston Post says Miss Goodenow,
the Allegh'antian vocalist, is married to Mr.
Robb, of San Franicisco:
" Oh, she w-as good enough before,
Till Californiia eupid camne,
And Goodenowv-shne is nto more,
For hyme~n Robb'd her maiden ne."
THRnlE is a man not very far about here,
whose inose is so large that, when lie wants
to blow it, lie has to fill it wvith gunipowder,I
set a train and then " tetch it off."
A YANKEE, down- East, is engaged in.
teaching ducks to swimn in warni water, in:
>rder to get them to liay bauld eggs.
FOR THlE LADIEs.-A- Parisian perfumer
ias discovered a beautiful rouge, which has
lie sinigular quality of beinig indellible, but,
it the same time natural.- Onice put on, it
atnnot be effaced, except by the process of
ature, and ladies using it shtould be cautious
ow they apply it. T1he ladies of- Paris,-it is
aid, are so afraid of' it, that they have an
Lrtist to do the painting for them.
Boys are like- vinegar, the- more- mother
here is in them, the sharper they are.
DOnBs says that a man-behitid:tine should P'
FALL AND WINTER
) ICEIAIDSON & McDONNALD,
aire now receiving a LARGE and WELL
SELECTED Stock of Fill and Winter
Of the LATEST STYLES--direct from New
York-toether with a fine assortment of
Hosiery, Shirts, Collars, Cravats,
COTrON AND MERINO UNDER-SHIRTS,
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs,
Hats and Caps of all kinds,
HAND AND BUGGY UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS, VALISES,
Carpet Bags, &e., &c.
All of which will compare favorably with any to be
found in oier niarkets. An exmnination is solicited
from their friends and customers .before purchasing
17 Next door to G. Robinson's Hardware Store,
Ilamburg S. C.
Oct 20 3m 40
. Co-Partnership Notice,
IAVE this day associated Mr. THOMAS E.
11JTT in business with me, which will in future
be transacted under the firm of Bowins & hIrrT.
S R. BOWERS.
Ilamburg, Nov 5, 1852.
A LL persons indebted to S. E. Rowms, will
please osil and pay their notes and accounts,
as I sm desirous of closing my old business imne
diately. S. E. BOWERS.
Ha'mburg, Nov 5, 1852.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
E, TE EP constantly on hand a large and
IV wellassorted Stock of GROCERIES, vi.:
Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee,
Molasses, Syrup, Mackerel,
WIol! alf and Quarter Barrels, and Famnily Mes
Mlackerel in Kits,
SPERM4 AD AMANTINE CANDLES, LAMP
AND LINSEED OIL, RAISINS. AL
0II.NDS. NUYS'. OF ALL KINDS,
Fresh Lobsters, Salmon and Sardines,
CA N D1 E S,
SPICES ALL KINDS, SMOKED BEEF & TONGUES,
FINE OLD ERANDI)IES, WINES,
Nectar, Eagle and Rye Wliiskey,
- A Lso
A Well selected Stock of CROCKERY and
GLASSWA RE. BOWE RS & lilTp.
Jlamiiburg. Nov 5. 1852. tf 43
N o t i ce,
T O N IM. WITT having purchased the
t exclusive interest of the MIACHINE S1OP
of Messrs. BL'saNmLL & W-iTT, will keep constantly
on hand the following articles, in com.aiple'te and Cx
e'llent ord er, and at the Augusta prices, 'iz:
Sash filled with Glass and Pirimed,
made of all sizes and according to order.
Paunel Doors, Window Blinds,
DOOR FRAMES AND WINDOW FRAMES,
Bed Stends, Tables, Wash Stands, Chairs, Beau
reaus. Writinmg Desks, Work Stands, Book
Cases and all other Cabinet and
Joiners Work, &c., &e.
Repairing and Job Work of every kind appertaining
to the above articles, aInd Furniture of every des
cription, done promiptly and upon the nmost liberal
Edgefield C. UI., Dec 1. 1852. tf 46
Ware-House and Commission
B U S IN E SS5,
hAMBURG, S. C.
A WA LK ER & CO., beg leave to inform thce
* public generally, that they continue the
Warehouse & Commission Business,
at the stand occup~ied by thems for the two past
seasons, and previously by WaL~xan & BRaADOR Ds.
The Ware-Ilouse is in good order, and being lo
cated in the highest part of Town, is safe froim high
water. The late freshiet barely reaching the lower
floors-not the least damange was done11 to Cotton.
A. WAI.KER will devote his persoenal att:ention,
exclusively to the bcusiness, and hopes fronm long ex
periece, and ai desire to pela:Lse, that none will leave
the estalishiiment dissatisfied.
ho~se who patronize our Warec-lfouse, will be
kept constantly advised of the state of the produce
Cash advances made on produce in store, when
desired. A. W ALK ER,
D). L. AD)AMs.
Oct 27 Gmn 41
Pair Hlome made Plantation
ITARNESS, SOLE AND) UPPER LEATHER.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil.
SHOEMAKE RS' FINDiNGS.
At the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
R. T. MISIS.
July 21 tf 27
AT TIIE OLD STANDI OF S. & J. GILBERT
CH ABRTESTON, s. C.
S & E. iV. GILBERT continue thec
* CA RRIAGE BUSINESS at the above stand,
Nos 35 and -40. We'ntworthi Street, where they will
be pleased to exhibit to their old friends and us
tomers a verv
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
comprisin~g those of their own manufacture togethet
varions oilier styles usually found in this mairket.
Their long acquaintance with this market as
Mlanufacturers and I ealers will enable them to
sif'er great inducemec.nts to purchasers both in style
Aug 25 tf 32
Ramburg & Edgefield Plank R'd,
I 'Il8 ROAD is now open for t:-avel from Unam
I.burg to the OLD WE LLS, on the Pine House
Road, anmd by the Mtartin Town Branch from Hamn
>urg to near the ncw Bridge over Stevens Creek.
Persons travelling or sending their Wagons or
Vehicles to Hamburg by the Martin Town Road,
.n avail themselves of the B~ranch Plank Road to
lamsburg, by turnming to the heft, ha~lf a mile aibove
hardy's Church, by which they will avoid all the
ills and sand on the Martin Town Road.
The Roiad will be completed fronm Hatmburg to
he Pine House about the 1st of November.
Rates of Toll.
Four, five and six horse Wagons, 5 ets per mile
Three "t " 4 "I "t "
Two " " 3 "i "i "
Two "t Carriages 3"" "
One " "~ 2 "i " "
Horseback travellers, " 1 " " "
Vehicles on mieeting, are each entitled to half the
?LANK TR ACK, and ti-c Drivers arc required to
urn to the' "RIGHT ."'
11. A. KENRTCK, President.
Unamburg, Sept8 tri 34
SLL Persons indehsted toi the Estate of Stan
mtore M.l llstin, dee'd., will make immecdi
tc paymentl and those haiving denmands against said
Estate wrill render themx ini forthwith, p)roperly at
ested. J. A. EL AND, Ads'r.
Nov 25 :;m 45
Lulnber ? Lumber!i
r UE Undersigned has a large quantity of LUM
SBElR otn hund of assorted diimensions, at his
Price, Square Edge, 75 ets p('r 100 feet.
J'AS. L. HlILL & RUGES.
Dec 8 tf' 4'
'. LL Persons indebted to the Estate of A bram
1. 'Kilercnse; dee'd., will ptlease maike inmediate
ynment. These having d'emands will presyent thiem
roperly attested for paynmerit.
MALE ACADEMY RE-OPENED!
Au Excellent Teacher Engaged!
A BEAUIFUL EDmCE SOON TO BE COMPLETED
TIlIE TRUSTEES of the iale Academy at this
place take great pleasure in announeing to the
public that this Institution will -be opened again 41
the 2ND MONDAY IN JANUARY 4rXT, under the n.ost
The Teacher they have employed is *fr. J. G.
LArrNEa of Fairfield, a GRADUATE OF TIlE
SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE.
This gentleman enters our cotmnnriity with the
most ample recommendations froin the Faculty un
der whom he has finished his stud:es. Of his ability
to prepare young men for succesful application to
the highest Seminaries of our country, there is not
a doubt. It Mlay be added that his strictly moral
character is not less certainly established than the
accuracy of his Scholarship.
The Trtistees, in putting forth this notice, only
desire with few words to assure those, who iay
patronise the Institutiou under their charge, that it
is their determiiiiation to do all they can towards en
forcing regular discipline and keeping up a proper
degree of pride and emulation among the pupils.
The new Building now in progress will be one
of the most commodious as wel!,as one of the most
ornate edifices of the kind in th* State.
Excellent boarding can be obtained in private
families at $8 to $10 per month.
-The Terms wijI lIe determined upon after a con
sultation with the Principal. They will not exceed
thoso of other similar Academies.
N. L. GRIFFIN,
JOHN BAUSKETC',. 4.
R. T. AlIIIS,
Deco 1 tf 48
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
T -A K ES this method of returning hit thanks to
his friends and patrons, for the latronage he
has recived in the sale of Drugs, Mledicines, &c.
ie is now receivinig an addition to his already
extensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop rurnituro, &c.
TIlE FINEST WINES AND JIltANDIES,
for Iedicinal purposes,
Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
Of his own and Nortiern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, lair, int, Shoe and Tanners Brushes
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds,
made under his own supervision in strict
accordarce with the U.S. Disp'ry.
The most Reputable Nostrums,
All of which he will sell at prices that will comlpart
favorably with any Southern market. Those wish
ing to purchase articles in his lit:c will do well to
cll and examine his Stock and prices.
Edgefield C. I1.. Jan 22 tf I
WARDLAW & WALKER,
FACTORS AND CO5l311SSION
MR oAx Wf Ta
North Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
CoxiiissioNs FOR SELLING COTTON,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
r1IIE Subscriber having formed a Co-Pa-inership
A.with Mr. WV. A . W A RI)L AW, of Charleston,
formerly of Abeville, S. C., for the purpove (if do
ing a (;KNERAL FACTORAGE and C I1S118
.SION BUSINESS, avails hiniself of the present
oplportuniity, of returning his sincere thianiks to his
nimerous frientds for the liberal patioiiage lestowed
for a ntumiber of years past,--aiid in muoving., teinders
the services of the new concerii of W Atr)DLA W
& *WA1 ER. Cha:rlesto~n, where lie hol'e: manny,
if not all his old patrons will fiind it to their interest
to shtip their produce.
The recent arrangements of the Southu Carolina
Rail Road Company will enable them soon to have
a Depqot ni the: city of A ngusta, thereby save thie
expe.nse of Toll, and very greatly facilitate the for
warding of produce of aiiy kind. Air. JOnN C.
llE E:s, A genit of W. & W., ini Augtista, will attend
to the forwarding of all produc that their friends
maty feel dispoused to send them, free of charge,
save drayage. G. WA LKER.
Aiugustat, July 19, 1852. tf 29
SUIPSON & GARDINER,
Warehouse & Com'n Merchants
McINTOSH-ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
T I E Uiderstiened c~ontinute the W A R EJIOUS
T AND COMMflISSION BUSINESS in all
its branches. inJudge Starnues' Fr 'ofWr
House, on lhitos-Street, uder the namie and
style of SIMlPSON & (ARI)INERt.
In teindering to otir friends, and~ thle public gen
ramlly, our thanks for the liberal patrnai~ge extendled,
wve take this method of assuring all, that no effort
on our part will be wanting to advance the interests
of those who may confide their business to us.
Orders for Bagging, llopec and Family Supplies,
promptly filled amt the lowe.st market rates.
Cash advances niade on produce in Store when
J. Rt. SI31PSON,
J. T. GARDINER.
Augusta, A ug 25 O6m 32
A. N. BENSON,
Ware House and Commission
Jlamuburg, S. C.
WyOLD respectfully inform huis former pa
troiis, and the publie generally. that lie hams
leased the Ware-Ilouse recently occupied by Mlessrs
IIRANNON & COLEML\N, where he will be
adReceive, Store and Sell Cotton
adother produce Consigned to his care. Also
receive and forward Mlerchiandize to the country.
lin tenudering his services to the public, lie flatters
htimseclf, from an experience of SEVENTEEN
YEARS in the above btusiiness, and a thorough
knoweledge of all its branches, as well as from a
general acquaiitance with the planters of the sur
routnding country, together with his tndirided per
Bonal attention to the buesiness, that he will be
able to give generaml satisfaction to all who m~ay
favor him with their confidence, and assures them
that no effort shall be wanting, on his part, to pro
mote their interest.
Liberal Cash advances made on Cotton and other
produce ini Store.
Orders for Bagging, Rope, and family supplie
pronmptly filled, ut the lowest amarket rates.
Aug18S tf 32
Livery and Sale Stables.
FORMERLY JOHN C. O'H ANLON'8.
- T HE Subscriber has the pleasure
to inform his friends and the public,
that, having purchased the Splenudid
S STOCK of FIXTURES of those
well-known and popular STABLES, formerly
owned by O'JIAN LON, and lately by WV. E. A R
CIlER, lie is now prepared to furnish all who may
fatvor him with their patronage, with, excellent Saddle
IIlfRSES, atnd hatndsome and comfortable CA R
RIAGES antd BUGGIES, of thme latest styles,
with teams to match, and drivers, in whose so
briety and experience every contidenc can be placed,
at most reasonable prices. Itlanuy improvements
have been made to the Stables and Lots, aind Dro
vers will fmud every accommodation they can desire.
Carriages and Omnibuses from this Stamble will
ruit from Bloatwrighit & Janney's universally favo
rite ". Anmerietm- Ifotel" and afso from the long-es
tablisried and well-linowna Columbia Ihotel, by Mir.
D). Caildwell, to' the various Railroad Depots, or any
(IT Orders left at thec American IHotel, with Mir.
W. D). llarris, or thme Proprietor, at the C'nitumbia
lI Itel, will be penmtiptly attended'to; and the sub
scriber is confident that all who employ hint wiil be
pleased with his prices and his teams.
Columbia. Sept 22; Sin 36
Garden Seeds, Fresh & Puirev
T IhIE Subscriber has just received and offers foir
A.sale a large supply of FREShI and PURE
GARDEN SiEDS, from the celebrated Seed Es
tabilishiment' of Comstnck, Ferre &Co., Withersfield,
Conn,. Seeds from the above establishmnut have
been tfeted by many of my customers. and I lie
hieve have given- general satisfaction. If you desire
to hiave your gardeni well supplied with tine vege
tables, don't neglect to call and get a supply of
thiese seeds. G. L. P'ENN, AaGEN1
eo209 t4 50
J. M. NE WI]
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WHOLESALE & RET.
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UNDER THE U. S. HOT:
T M. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving the I
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' Country Nerehants, and all persons vistin
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Augusta, Sept. 23.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, A:
IN COMMON PLEAS.
John M. Clark, DI
r.s Foreign Attach'nt
John IM. Clark for J.
IM. C. Freeland, Foreign Attach'nt
Richard Bailey. )
W TJEREAS the PlaintifTh severally in the ac
tions above irntioned have this .day filed iIt
their respective declarations in the same, against I
the Defendant, who (as it is said) is absent from I)
and without the limits of the State. and has neither D
wife nor Attorney known within the same, upon or
whom a copy of the said several declarations might Pu
I be served : It is therefore ordered that the said
Deftendant. licharil Bailey, do appear and plead Pr
to the said declarations respectively, within a year an
Iland a day from this date, otherwise final and abso- 'r
lute judgrment will be given and awarded against
him in the said suits respectively. ST
T. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, Sept. f, 1852. ly t
State of South Carolina, ur
IN COMMON PLEAS. tog
W. & J. Uill, Sta
W. B. Brannon. Na
Mathenry & Dewlcy, ~ t
W. B. Brannon. of
J. Taylor, Jr., & Co.,
Ts. Attachment. o
Richard Canipbell. In,
Dr. A. J. Creighton,
W. B. Brannon.
rI 'IE Plaintifs in the above stated eases having T
I this day filed their Deelarations in iy Office Fti
and tire Derenidanrts having neither wives nor At- ei
turneys knownvi to reside withrin tire limits of thisi
State onr whomi a copy of said D)eclaratinrs wi hr
ar rule to pleadi enn be served : On miotin of Mr.
Sry-:s, Attorney for PlIainitiirs: Ordered that said 1:t
Defendanits atppeatr anid plead to said Deelarations siel
within a year arnd a dary from the dante hereof, or in
default thereof, judgment will be rendered aigainst
them. Tritos. G. A CON, c. E. D.
Clerk's Oflice. March 1. 1852. lyq 9
State of South Carolina,
E-DGEFJELD DISTRICT.. L
IN TIIE COMMON PLEAS. ber
William D. Jennings, DclinAtc't -
rp~Il Plaiiint in tire above ease harving tis 4
1 day'filed his declaratio in in mry Office, and thre
Defendatnt hraving neithrer wife nor Attorney known
to reside within the limiits of tis Starte on whrom -y
copy of sarid Declrartiorn w ith a rule to plhead cart be
served, On motion of Mr. To~wrnins, A ttorney for
Piaintitl's, Ordered that said Defendanti aippear and
plerad to said declaration itirin a year and a day
fron thre date hereof, or judgmrenrt will be awarded
against them by default. i
TIIOS. G. BA CON, C. E. D-.p
Clerk's Office, May 17, 1852. ly 18
State of South Carolina, pr~
EDGEFIELD DISTIRICT, Sm
iN COMM ON P'LE AS. thre
ie. inirs . Decl. in Attachrment. &
Richrard Bailey. b o'
311EI Plaintitf in thre above case havinrg tis day er
A.filed a Declarrationi iirnary Office, aiid tire D~e. tire
fedant having neither Wife nor Attorney known l
to reside within tire Iimrits of tis State oin whroim a ta,
eopy of said Deelaration withn a rule to plead can be
servedi : On Motion of Mr. Tostrarss, A ttorney for e
Plalintifl: Ordered, That rsaid I )efenidant appear Col
ard plead to maid D~eolarartion witin a year stud ai Ti
day from tire date hereof or judgment by default &J
will be enrtered aigainist imi. -rm
TI1OS.'G. BA CON, c. E. D.
S'TTE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. sa
IN COMIMON PLE AS.
James Jones, Jloseph J lKen
nredy anrd diohn McKinnte,
Tie City Courncil of Atugusta.. oegnAtci t
,~ fiE\.S thre Plairrtitffs have this day filed
their declarantion agarinst tire Decfendanrts, who
(as it is said) are absent fromr and withourt thre limits I
f tIs State, atnd harve rio Attorney knownr within
tre s;amre upon whoir a copy of tire said declaraitioni
ight hi: served : It is therefore ordered thrat tire.
said Defenidanits do aippear arnd plead to thre said de
-lartioirs within a yearr and a day fromr this dlate,
therwise final anid absolute judgment will then be
given arnd awarded agains~t them.
TLIOS. G. BA CON, C. E. D.
State of South Carolina, I
IN COMMION P'L EAS.
Belcer & Ilollingsworthr, Atame.
. M. & J. W. Granthram.
Belcer & Ilolirngsrworthr,
M. AM. G ranthram. 1
eliher & IHollingsworth, Atcit
At ahm nt.
rathami, Lorgan & Co.
.this day filed their Deelatrations in rmy Oflice, npoi
and the Deferrdarnts harvinig nreithrer wives nor A tror- bes
rys known to reside wvithrin thre liits of tis State torn
n whroir a copy of said deciarationrs with a rule fendc
o plead cani be served : On nmotiorr of Mr. ManTIs, with
Attorney for Plairntihfs: Ordered rthat said Defen- ,liet
ats, appear arnd pleadu to said Declarations within I theni
year anrd a dary from the date hereof, or irr default
thereof, judgmnenit will be rendered against them. C1
ThIOS. G. BACON, C. E. Ds. r\l
Cerk's Ofice, March 12. 1852. lyq 9
State of South Carolina,
Lcnj. L Gill, Sarath, hris wife, and
Susan Morris, Bill for R~
vs PrIariion. A
Sarah Morris, et an'.
[ T appeatring to mny satisfarction, that tire De- ~
fenrdanrts, .Joshuat Morris, Doctrine Morris, rp
XViliamn Henrdrick Morris, John Morris antd
lerarint Morris, jr., reside beyond tire limnits of arid
tins State, On Motion of Mr. ABINEY, Solicitor hy
for Comiplainatnts, It is ordered, that they do on
appear withrin three months from-rthre-date hereof, Aa
nti answer, piead or demur to this Bill, or darnt
Judgment anid Order pro confesso wtill be taken ya
against then. will
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Great Cure for Dyspepsia!
r iHE TRUE DIGES u
.1 HOUGHTON'S TIVE. FLUID, or
__ -- -' Gastric J n i c e, 4
prepared from IRetnnet, V
or the fuierit Stomach
of the Ox, after diree
fiois of BAnox Litoto,
the grent Piysiological
_ - ' Chemist, by J. S. n
)Un-TO, M. D., Phildelpiia, Pa.
'his is a trily WONbEitF('i I:EMEDY for Tndigestion. n
spepsln. .ndi, 1.iver Complaint. Constipation. anwl i1
bility, Curing afl.-r NATCIltE'S OWN METHOD, by e
-'s own Aget, the u:sltric ,ulee. nalf a teaspoonfuI
PEPSIN. infuse.i n waer, itiii digest or dibiolte. Five
imnds if limst Bet-l' In abonit two hours, out of lihe tomnela.
'PSIN is the chief elmtent. or Great ifIGETiTiNG N
niiple (if tIhe Ustric Juict-lie Solvent ot the Food, the
rifemg. Presering and Stimmin:ting .\g'ni of the Stomach j
I Intnemtinit-. It is ixtractti fronm th.. Iigestive Stonmach
tie Ox. thms fiorming a TIIUE Mi0ESTIVE FI.UiD, F
eie-ly like the natural On-trie .loice in its Chsemical 14w- W
and furnshing a COM'LETE and PERFECT SUB- mm
LTUTE for it. u
Scientific Evidence at
*al on the Agent, and get a Descriptive Circular. gratis,
iing a large anount of SCIENTIFIC EYIi)ENCE. froan ti
h'ig's Atninmi Clmhitry: lir. Comtie'Cs 'ivsiologv or Digev- nt
: Dr. 'ereira on 14o5l und IiMet: Ir. Johtm W. l)rnper, v,
New York 1nivenmity: Prof. Ihan-lisi's 'lhysiology:&c.. e
ether with reports of cures frum all parts of the United nr
NO ALCOHOL, BITTERS OR ACIDS! f_
ememnber this: Dr. Ioreionrs's PEPSIN Is a gra a
tral itemedy. fr frfrom AL.C)IIOL. BtTTEP-, ACIDSI
I NAUSEOVS DRIEGS. I It extrenely agreeable to a
taste. and may ie taken by tihe mIot 1'eel,e patients who a
int cat a water cracker wiLhout mmte dlstress. Beware "
drugged iimitations. l'epviri i not a dng.
C'LV ES IN EVE1Y TOWS't
)r. Iloughton's 'ma-si h:s now been tested, for upwards ir
two years. In every large town in time: Uniteal Statei. and
Ageats cai ref.r lDysitepties to ammay remarrkaale Cures i
very Town! Nmuerouas detnils of cures. certideates of ei
sirinnms and Patiemts, are given in lite Circulars fAifihed n
Agent, grntis. a
Popsin in 0luid and Powder.
)r. Ifoughmi'ms PEPSIN is prepared in lowder and in
id Form-nnd in Prescription via for the use of I'hysl
s. Tie P'owder will be semnt by Mail, free of Postage, fur ul
llollamr. sent to l)r. lialoto, I'hmiindelphia.
'rivate Circulars for l'yiin may ibe obtained of Dr.
ngimton ir hisi A gents, descriminig time whole process of pre- 31
ationa ainat givinag the autimairities uapon wmhi the, clmuns S
this new remnedv nebased. As it is NOTI A SECRtET ti
,3E)Y, nn obliction cimn be rai,-ed aginst its tse by Plhy
nas in respectable statmdinig anmd regiaris practice. J'rice
E DOLLAlinper bole.t
vry Bottle of GENUINE Pl'I'SN bears tihe written
nature of .1. S. ticmnghmton. bi. D.. sote proprietor, l'hiltadel
, P'a. Copy-rlghmt anmd Trade 3lark secured. -
y-Sold by all Druggists and- Dealers in 3Medicines.
/"Soid, also by Ce. L. P'ENN, Edgefleld C. 11.; WARD
W & LYON, Abberille C.1II.; l'ItATT~& JAMtES, New
ry, and A. J. UltEIGIITON,11amburg, S.C.
uly2 l8 y 28
DR. D E NN IS'Sa
undce, Sick Head-nehe'f Di::iness, Loss of
rljpetite, Constipaton of the Boscels, P'ilee, m
mused by Costiceness, Paina in the Boweels, or t
Rematism, caused by -the use of Mercury, 3:
Sypilis, Scrofula, Boils, Ulcers, sj-c.
'111$8 PR EPA RATION is made as piure as possi- si
ibie. its bitter taste, and beneficial efl'ects in ti
1.'as of thme Liver, and diseases arising fronmatn im- ti
e state of time Bllood, prove it to ibe time in
PUREST AND 310ST USEFU:L n
pratioin of Snrsapnssim that is made. ti
r'iose who have used the various preparations of
raparilla will finad, by time taste and effect, thmat0
re is more Sarsapilila in one bottie of Dr. D~r.x
'preparation, titan in half a dozen bottles as it is
eraly made. jS
ts alterative and mildly purgative effects upon theV
els, make it not only a good sublstite for .iler
y, ut usefuli ini removinag all diseases arisinig from
impruditent mise of 31ereury.
:Prepared ontly byiJ. DENNIS, M. D., Aegus- em
l by A. G. Tv..tuE and G. L. Pzs, Edefelt
i.; l5. 31. Conas and CA REY & COUTURIER, A
ureston ; BoAT wtatant & aliow and F. Cun-rms, m
mnia; A. 3. UanmnTos, Ifambuarg; WVx. F. I,
r, D. B. P.uta, IIAVtLAND & Ras,.EY, WV. F. w
. Tuarn, W. K. Karcuar.s, BaRRETT & CAft- m
, Augusta, Geo., and by Druggists getnerally. n
rie-SI per bottle ; 6 bottle for SS.-I sii
7 Remember to ask for DENNIS' GEORGIAe
hswA PA Li LA. 1ml
itte 26. 1851 t f 23 vm
Statec of Souuth Carolina,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
L. Suber, A gent, in
Villianm B. Branmnon. ha
lward, 3ieDormld & Co.r:
'rs Attach ment. *
Josiah Sibley, Alcmn. e
The Same. 5cih
Iundly, Rosemoi & Co.
3. J. Kennedy, Rn
as .Attachment. .
The Same. p
ilhanm P. Delpit, Atc ct. of
Tihe Samne. tia
IIEREAS, the Plainitifa did on the first day janm
of MAmrrlh instantt, file thmeir L. claraitiuons
nst tihe Defemndants, whmo, as it is said, is absent
i d without' the liamits of thmis State, amnd has So
hr wie niof Atiorney known within time satme, all
ri whom a copy of time Eaid delarations miglm&
erved : On nmotion of Air. GRAY, Piaimtiff's A t- WV
ey : It is therefore, Ordered, That the saild De- &
ant dio appear anda plead to time said declaratiomns hbt
it a yeatr and a day from the date of this pwb
o, oiherwise litnal andi absolute j udgment will -
be given and awnmrdled againist himn.
TIJOS. G. IBlCON, c. i.D
lerk's Offiee,. March 1, 1.52
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN CO3MMON PLE AS. e
as c Dcl.-in Attach'nt fu
ehard Bailey. -re
ie shua.& ~ eel. in Attach'nt for
ichard Bailey. an
[1E Plaintifls in the above stated cases having a
this day liled theimr declarations iin my Oficee, jut
the Defendmanit havinig neither wife nor A ttor
known to reside withini the limits of this State
rhom a copy of said deciaratins, with a rule :
ad can 1ie served:- On- motion of Mr.. Kay,
rny for Plainmtifl', Ordered, t11nt said Defun
appear and pleadto said declarations, within a
an a: day from theo date Bereof,. or j-udgmets
be awarded against himt &y defan1k. o
TIIOS. G.- BACON, C. E. D. ser
LAUNDICE, DYSPEPSA, C11RONIC OE
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM
Disordered Lirer or Stomach, such as Con
stipation, Inward Piles, Fullness or Blood to
the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Heart-butin, Disgust for Food, Fullness or
Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eruftations,
Sinking or Flutteringa the pit of the Stfimach,
Suinaming at the Head, Hurried and Difficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Suffocating sensations when in a lying posture,
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the
Sight,.Ferer and dull pain in the Head, Defi
ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin
and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest,
Limbs, e.c., Burning in the Flesh, Sudden
Flushes of Heat, Constant Inaginings of Eil
and Great Depression of Spirits, can be ertect
ually cured by
ELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS
DR. C. 1WI. JACKSON,
AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STOR19,
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
TIMF.I power over the above diseases is not excelled-if
utied-bntany other preparation in the United States, as
e cureii attest, in nanny cases after skillful physicians had
These Bitters are worthy the attention of invalids. POP
msing great virtues in the ratification of diseases of the
ver and lesser glands, exercising the most searching pows
a In weakness and affections of the digestive organs, they
e withal, safe, certain and pleasant.
Read and be Convinced!
The editor of the "Dosvoy a:z," said In his paper of the
nol of June last:
J)a. llort.Ami's Cr..EnRA'rTn (tzrMAN Blsrr.wa for the
ire of Liver CoAinpiaiit, .lnundice. 1)-vpeepsia, Chronic of
ervous Debility. is deserriedly one of the mo-t popular
edlicines of the tay. Thsie Bitters have been used by
ousands. and n friend at our elbow says lie has himself re
ived ant etfectuni and permatient cure of Liver Complaint
)m the use of this remerdy. 'We are convinced that, In the
'e of these Bitters, the patient conatanutly gains strength and
ger-a fact worthy of great coiniderntihn. They are pleas
at in taste and smell. andl canl be used by persana with the
ost delicate stomatehs with safety. udler any eirnaustances.
*e are speakitng from experience, and to the maillicted we
lvise their use.
"SeOOT's WEELY," one of the best Literary papers pub -
lDn. Iloor1LAN-as GfaxAN Tarrzr.A. manufnetured by Dr.
ickson, are now recommnnded by some of tIse saest lronal
nt memters of the faculty as asn article of much eflescy in
ses of female weakness. As stut Is the case, we would ad
se all mothers.to obtain a bottle. and thus save themselves
nch sickness. lersons of detlilitated constittitlons will iad
ese Isitters advanageous to their health, as we know fWom
perience the salutary effect they have upon week systems."
The lion. C. D. llaNzEtLt4, Mayor of the City of Camden
. J.. says:
"ltoot.LN's Gr1nMsN Itrrwr.a.-We have seen many
itering notices of this medaicite. and te source from which
ey anme induced us to make inquiry reaspecting its merit.
roln inqniry we were perunded to use It, and must say
e found it specifle In its uction upon diseases of the liver
ad digestive organs, and the powerful innfuence It exerts
on nerrvoti prostration is really ,.urprising. It calms andl
reingtlens the nerves. bringing them into a state of repose,
aking steep refreshing.
If this medicine wat more generally used, we are satisfied
ese woild be less sicktseas. ire from the stomach, liver, and
ervous syatemt the great majority of reai and imaginary dis
sa cmanate. Iave them in a licalthy condition. and you
n bid delfance to elildemica generally. This extraordinary
edicine we would advise our friends who are at all indis
,sed, ta give a trial-il will recomniend itself. It should. in
et, be in every family. No other medicine can produce
ich evidences of merlL"
Evialence upsn evidence has been received (like the fore
>ing)from all sections of the Union, the last three years,
it the stroigest testimony in Its favor, ls.tlhat there is more
'it used in the practice of the regular Physicians of Phila
lph11ia. thans all other nolstninscombined. a fact that ean easi
be estublislied. anal fully provitg that a scientifile prepars
in will meet withtheir quiet alproval when presented even
That this medicine will cure Liver Complaint and Dyspep
1. ito titne can doulit after uiia; it as directed. it nets il-e
Really upon the tonacl anal liver; it li preferable to cato
el in .\I.[. BILOt'S D1SE.\SF.S-he etert is immedi
. The- emins ie adimini'tered t, feniles or infnts with
fety and relinlle benefit at any tine.
Look well to the marks of the -Genuine.
They have the written signutare of C. M. JACKSON
on the wrapper, and his naatae blown in the bottle, without
hicha they are epturioius.
91 For snie Wholesale andl Retail at theo GERM.AN
EIiCINE. STOltE. No.120O Arch street, one door beloni
ith, Phlilad~elpin t asnd by respectable dealers generally
rough the country.
To enable all eilascs of invalidIs to enjoy the advantages of
cir great tesforatlve paower. S:tr. Borrt.a, 75 Crns,
gr" Also, for sale, in this Village. by..
0L. PENN, Aozx.'r
Sept 1, l152. ly - 88
D R. RO0GE R S'
AVERWOR T AND TAR U
ASAVE and certain care for Coughs, Colds,
1. -Croup, Asthma, Consumption of the Laitg
pitting of Blood, IHrehlitis, Iloopitig Gough, nd
i Pulmonasary Afietions.
A Lovely Young Lady Cured of
Tnsx following is from the pen of War. H. Lat'i
m, E'sq., thec distinguisheci editor of the U. S. Mili
ry ad Naval Argnas, unader date of New York,
tinsary 26, 1851. Whtat could be more conclusive 1
"It is seldom we permit ourselves to ocrenpy a
eace in these columns to speak in praise of any ar
ie in the patent medicine way ; liut whlen we see
te life of a fellow erentuare saved by ite use of anay
edicine whatever, we consider it as our right, if
>t our duty, to give a simple statement of faets,
iat athers may, isa like manner, be benefitted. .The
rse thaich has indineed us to pea lthi article was thsat
'a young lady of ouaracqutaintance, wholby fregnsent
;posure to the night air, contracted a Cold which
tiled on the Lungs before its ravages could he
ayed. (This ocensrredl two years ago this witer.)
aronas remedies were used, but ith very little efleet
benefit.-Thae Conagh grew wvorse, with copions
pec'toratiaon, and the sunken eye, and pale, hollow
aeek, told plainly 1hat pulmonouary disease was dasinvg
Sworst on ther delicate frame. Thse fam-ly phaysi
an was consulted. and althtoatrh he would not admit
tire young lady that shte really la.ad the Consump'
mn, yet lie wouldi give no encoungemaent as to a care.
tlahis crisis her mother was persanaded to make
e of a bottle of Dr. Rlogers' Compound Syrup of
verwort anad Tar, and we are laappy to state she
as perfectly cured in tess thtan three maonths by thtia
icine alone, after even hope was destroyed. ft i's
eless to comment ,mt stuch a case as titis, for the
tple trusth will reach where polished fiction never
n. If ansy doubt thea authsenticaty oaf than statement,
them call at this Olfice.-U. S. 3Military and Na
TESTIMONT OW TEE PRESS.
From the N. f. Couarier, Aug 13.
Dat. Rocaras' SvRUPr or LlvEawost~ AND TAut..
e have heard of several inmpoirtant cures recetij
ectedl by thtis excellent metdicinal preparation, and
one instance that came under our obervation, we
rn speak coinfidently. One of our employees iwhoe
dsuffered severely from~ a long standing cold, do'
ag the past week commenced the use of this medi
te, and his Cold has entirely disappeared.
From the N. Y. 31irror, Sept. 2.
[Lvyr.nwoaT ANn TAL.-Of thec virlinesof Dr.- o
i' Congh 3Medicines prepared from the ahove arta'
:, it is needless neiw to speak ; its efficacy in speedi.'
ctring Couaghts, Colds andac other lung complaints,
aich too freegnsently, if nteglected, result ith Con
tition, is too well established in public counfidence
need eclogy neft.
From the N. Y. Despatchi, A eg 2$k
W~e have heretofore taken oceasion to give our tea
miny in favor of the curative properties of Dr,
gere' Compouand Syrup of Liver-'ort and Tar, anad
ld htere repeat the advice already given, for aill
sons who are afflicted wish Consumtipsion, or ay
the premonitory symptoms, to mhake a iarial of Dr,
Q"' The~ Gentitme is siipied Ataaew RIoata, oti
steel plate engraved wrapper atrodhnd each bottle1
I is sold wholesale and retail by~
SCO'*IL & MIEAD,
113 ChIartres street, New Orleans,
e Ge~neral A gents for the Southern States, to whoaw
orders mutst be addresed.
'gaa Sold, also by G. L. PENN,- EdgefieldI C. H
knDLAW & DENDT, Ahheville C..;-PRATT
JAMES. Newberry, A. J. CREIGHITON, Ham.
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
let Bantk of Hlamburg,-S. C, ,- ~ X~t
'illiam B. Erannon.
fIE Plaintifiin thte above case Ttaviug this day
filed his Declatratioan itnamy Office, anld thec De
danht haeving nseithter wife nor Attorney kntowna to
ide withini the limaits of this State, on whom a
>y of said declaration with a Rule to plead can be
ved : On mnotion of Mr. flates-rrv, Attorney.
Plintity,: Ordered That said Defendant appear
i plead to staid declaration within a. yeae and
lay front the date hereof, or in. default thereof
giment will be rendered against him.
.TiIOS. G. BACON, c. E.
3erk''s Ollce, Marchi 8. 1852.
larchl 11 ly
Extra Fine Chewing.
UST received a few Boxes of EXTRA PINE
CilEWING TOBACCO,. the eelebrated'" Cal
mt Branad," mtanufnetuared expressly for the Sub
iber. G. L. PENN, AavN-r.