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From the Charleston Mercury.
GYPSUX AS A FERTILIZER.
GREENwooD, Jar.20, 1853.
DEAR SIR: Your letter of the 20th of
June last, making inquiry about the applica.
tion of Gypsum, and the benefits resulting
from it, came to hand in due time. I de
ferred answering your inquiries at that time,
from the fact that I could not give you relia
ble information as to the results, as it was
the first season that I h;ad applied it, and I
regret that my experiments were not con
ducted with more care, having an eye more
to the general results than to the exact
difference in the yield in a given quantity
of land. I have always been particular in
recommending any thing new in agriculture.
unless I was perfectly satisfied that it was
both practical and profitable to the cause of
agriculture, and I have availed myself of
the use of the columns of the Mercury, that
others may be induced to give their expe.
rience in the use of an article which it is be.
lieved by many will produce a great revolu
tion in the production of cotton in this
State. And I would here remark, that no
one experiment (however well conducted)
should be received as conclusive evidence of
its practical utiiity, until it has been tried
two or three years; and too much care can
not be taken in noticing the diffierent seasons
and the various soils in which experiments
are tried. I purchased ten barrels of Gyp.
som last spring in Charleston, and conclud
ed to try it on an old sandy field which had
been in cultivation upwards of sixty years,
and was completely worn out; and some
five or six years since I commenced trying
to improve it, and had succeeded iii destroy
ing the running briers and may-pops which
had taken possession. I had planted it in
cotton three years in succession ; it was ma
nured in the drill each year, and I suppose
it produced about 600 lbs. to the acre. The
past year I planted it again in cotton, and
opened the old bed with a long Scooter,
and bedded out with a turning plough.
About the tenth of April we commenced
planting, und the day previous I measured
three bushels of cotton seed, one bushel of
Gypsum and two bushels of ashes, and wet
them and rubbed them neatly, and in the
manner described I mixed and rubbed until
I had enough to plant the field, (which con
tained fifty acres.) The Cotton came up
beautiful and grew off finely, having a
green, luxuriant appearance, and continued
to look well until the excessive rains in June,
at which time it (lied out badly, and I almost
despaired of making a half crop; but it re
covered in July, and began to grow and
spread beautifully, and up to the last of
August it still looked well, though it was
rather too late; at that time the excessive
wet weather set in, giving it another back.
set, but it soon recovered and contined to
grow and mature, until it was killed by
frost. I noticed one particular, that it did
not shed the bolles and squares as my pre
Svious crops had done, and I remarked that
cotton in the same field, previously, had
invariably quit growing by the first of Sep
tember, but the present year, it continued to
grow until frost. I also tried an experiment
with oine bushel of Gypsum, one bushel of
Guano, and two bnshels of Ashes, which I
rubbed with thr-ee bushels of cotton seed, but
I could see iio perceptible difference from
that planted with Ashes and Gypsum.
Trhere are three things to be noticed in this
experiment, first, the land had been manured
previously ini the drill; second, there was
two bushels of Ashes mixed with the Gyp.
sum, and third, that the past year was uuu
sually wet. All this should be taken into
consideration, and allowvance made in the
calculation. I requested my overseer to
notice particularly the amount of cotton
picked, and he estimated it at 800 lbs. to the
acre. Here is 200 lbs. more thanmr had ever
been made before, to the acre, amid I leave
you to draw~ your own inference.
I plantedl tenl acres in stubble land, pre
pared ini the mannier described above; the
result w'as entirdy satisfactory, as we gath
ered ten bales of cotton. In conclusion, I
am inclined to think that land containing am
quantity of vegetable matter wvill g'ive better
resuits than that whlich has but little, and I
am perfectly satisfied in my own miind, that
if our Railroads would adopt a liberal rate
of freights for fortllizers, we could increase
the productioni of our soil at least one
fourt.h I am yours, respectfully,
TI'lO.\MAS B. BY RD.
To Col.Jox Cvxc morn.
8ANDY S0ILS-MODES OF RECOVERINfG TEEM.
Sandly soils, like all other soils, (dither
widely in quality, aind hence it is dilicult to
apply a common remedy to them all. In
answer to "XW. E." however whose soil
from the tenor of his letter is evidently
blowvey, wve wvould recommend the follow.
His immediate neighborhood must doubt
less contain much swamp muck, as his soil
seems to be denuded of much vegetable
matter and has probably yielded up its
original organic constituents to floods pass
ing its surface. This muck should be re
turned to his sandy soil to suppily it with
organie matter. in its return he should de
compose it by such means as we have given
in our former volumes, as wvould bring into
requisition the missing inorganic constit
uents of his soil. Thus, if by analysis it is
found to be deficient of chlorine and soda,
or either of them, decompose the muck be
fore use in the soil with the salt and lime
mixture, anid lie will thus supply the neces
sary deficiencies, while the organic matter
thus added wvill correct the mechanical con
dition of his soil. If clay pits are neat, his
composts should be made ini part with clay ;
this wvil have a beneficial teindency increas
ing the adhesive powers of the soil, besides
permitting the clay to retain the ammonia
consequt upon the fermentation of his'
composts heaps. Clay once charged w~ith
ammonia, and properly sub-divided in a
sandy soil, loses some of its mechanical
peculiarities, and ceases to form a mortar
with the soil. In localities wvhere muck
cannot be procured, and organic substances
may be readily obtainabe,. charcoal dust is
not used for the purpose of rendering the
soil retentive of ammonia; but this alone
will not correct the overpulverulenit property
of the sand. It wvill, howiever, accelerate
the growth of clover, buckwvheat, and other
green crops, the plowing of which wvill in-.
rease the organic matter of the soil, and
add to its tenacy. All those remedies,
however, are useless, unless the organic
detiiencies of the soil are supplied. With
these, even in small quantities, green crops
may so readily be raised in s-mndy soils as
to add materially to their density. Turnips
sown broadcast and plowed unider in full
leaf, is a good practie after the previous
plowing in of clover crops. Some sandy
soils are rendered more tenacious by the use
of lime, particularly when accompanied by
the addition of organic matter ;-others are
njured by the application of lime, When
th utimae particles of sand are spherical,
their questions in monosyllables, and they
will soon be ashamed to do such things
themselves. Both precept and example ought
I to be laid under contribution, to convince
them that no one can have really good man.
ners abroad, who is not habitually polite at
FALL AND WINTER
R ICHARDSON & McDONNALD,
are now receiving a LARGE and WELL
SELECTED Stock of Fall and Winter
Of the LATEST STYLES-direct from New
York-together with a fine assortment of
Hosiery, Shirts, Collars, Cravats,
COTTON AND MERINO UNDER-SIlRTS.
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs,
Hats and Caps of all kinds,
HAND AND BUGGY UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS, VALiMS,
Carpet Bags, &c., &c.
All of which will compare favorably with any t* be
found in tither markets. An examination is soiieited
from their friends and customers before purchaning
r- Next door to G. Robinson's Hardware Setre,
Hamburg S. C.
Oct 20 3m 40
H AVE this day associated Mr. THIOMAS 3.
HirT in business with me, which will in future
be transacted under the firm of BowEas & IhIrr.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Nov 5, 1851.
A LL persons indebted to S. E. Rowirs, will
please call and pay their notes and aceounts,
as I am desirous of closing my old business ininw
diately. S. E. BOWERS.
lunburg, Nov 5, 1851.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
E KEEP comstantly on hand a large and
V well asorted Stock of GROCIMIES, vi.:
Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, 1
Molasses, Syrup, Mackerel,
Whole, I1alf and Quarter Barrel.%, and Family Mess
Nlackerel in Kits,
SPERM 4- ADA.MANTLNE CANDLES, LAMP
AND LINSEED OIL, RAISINS. AL
MONDS. NUTS OF ALL KINDS,
Fresh Lobsters, Salmon and Sardines,
C A N D I E S,
SPICES ALL KINDS, SMOKED BEEF & TONGUES,
FINE OLD BRANDIES, WINES,
Nectar, Eagle anud Ryc Whiskey,
- A Lo
A Well selected Stock of CROCKERY and
GLASSWARE. BOWERS & 1ilT.
.namburg, Nov 5, 1S52. tf 43
TO1N 19. WITT having purclmsed the
exclusive interest of the MACHINE SHOP
of Messrs. BusuELL & Wrrr, will keep) constantly
(in hand the following articles, in complete and ex
cellent order, and at tho Augusta l)rices, viz:
Sash filled with Glass and Primed,
made of all sizes and according to *order.
Pannelc Door-s, Windowv Blinds,
DOOR FRAMES AND WINDOW FRAMES,
Bed Steads, Tables, Wash Stands, Chairs, Beau
reaus, Writing Desks, WVork Standls, ikook
Cases antd all othier Cabinet and
Joiners Work, &c., &c.
Repairing and JTob Work of ever- kind appertaining
to the above articles, antd Furniture of every des
eripition, done piromiptly "and upon the most liberal
Edgefield C. II., Dec 1, 1852. tf 46
Ware-House and Commission
B US IN ESS,
HIAMBURG, S. C.
SW ALKER & CO., beg leave to inform the
E .. publie generally, that they continue the
Warehouse & Commission Business,
at the .st~tmdu oceapiedl by thenm for the two panst
sea.sons, and previously by W1ALnn~n & Basinron:i,. I
The Ware-I louse is in gooud order, and being lo- I
cated in thme high.:st pairt of Town, is safe front highf
water. The late freshet barely reachinig the lower
floors-nut thme least damange was done to Cotton.
A. W~arin will devote his personatl attention.
exclusively to the business, and hopes fromo long e.x
herice, and a desire to pleamse, that none will leave
the estah'mishmienit dlissatisfied.
Those who patronize our Ware-House. will he
kepjt constantly advised of the state of the produce
Catsh advances made on produce in store, when
desired. A. WAL.KER,
D. L. ADAMS.
Oct 27 Gin 41
Par 3,00 01
ParHome muade Plantation S
IIARNERS, SOLE AND UPPER LEAThER.
0OF ALL DEseRIP'TIONS.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil.
A t the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
R. T. MlaMS.
.Julv 21 tf 27 '
AT THE OLD STANDI OF S. & J. GILBERT (
cHARLEsTON, s. C.
S& E~. M?. GILBERT continue then
S. CARRIAOE B3USINEISS at the above stand,
Nos 35 anda 40. Weintworthi Street, where they will
be :leased to exhibit to their old friends and ub a
toiners a very
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
comprising those of their own manufacture togethet
various aother styles usually founid 'm this market.
Their long acquiaintance with this market as
Manufacturers anid Ilealers will etimble theta to
oiler great inducements to paurchtasers both in style
Aug 2~> tf 32
Hamburg & Edgefield Plank R'd.
'1'llis ROA D is now open faor travel from 11am
I burg to the OLD) WELLS, oni the Pine House F
Rotad, and by the Martin Town Branch from 11am
burg to near tho new Bridge over Stevens Creek. c
Persons travellinig or sending their Wagonas or r
Vehie-les to hlanburg by the Martin Towvn Road,
can avail themselves of the Branch Plantk Roiad to -
Hamburg, by turning to the left, half a nmile above a
Hardy's Chturch, bv which they will avaaid all the n
hills and sand ont thic Martin Townt Road. *,
Thle Rada will be completed from Ilamburg tot
the Pinie House about the 1st of November.
Rates of Toll, a
Four, five and six horse Wagons, 5 ets per mile ti
Three " "I 4 "' " "i
Two " " 3( " i "
Two " Carriages 3 " " "
Otne "1 "I C " "i "
horseback travellers, " I " "
Vehicles on meetng, are ceh entitled to half the
PL ANK T RA CK, and ti-e Drivers are required to
turn to the " RIGHT !"
HI. A. KENR ICK, President.
Hamburg, Sept 8 if 34
'LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Stan
more M. Hoalstein,. dee'd., will make immiedi- y
ate payment, and those having dleniads aga'nst said p
Estate will reader them in forthwith, prtperly at
tested. J. A. BLAND, Adma'r.
Nov 25 3m 45
Potatoes, Onions, &c. at
A CONSTANT supply of Potatoes, Onions, J
Oranges, Lemons, Coconuts, &e., may be a~
found at E. HODOGES, AGENT
and are often found to be so, when previous
ly acted upon by water, slight rains lubri
cate these polished surfaces, and cause thi
sand to pack. The addition of lime to snel
sands applied in the caustic form, roughen
these surfaces, forming siliciate of lime
prevents the mechanical conditions befor
referred to. Some sands are nateii.dl)
benefitted by the application of plaster, boti
from the addition of its chemical constit
ttents, and its peculiar mechanical action ir
the attachment of particles. Sandy soil
should be left flat in the fall, and when prac
ticable rolled, to compact their surfaces
The very opposite practice should be pur
sued with white clayey soils; for when the
are left rough and ridged, the frequen
freezings and thawings of winter render th
pulverulent. The opposite action is desira
ble to blowey and sandy soils.-Workinl
There should be no spot on the whol4
e:irth so beautiful, so happy as home. No
where in the world should the heart turr
with so much longing, with such deep fulnesi
of love, as to that blessed sanctuary. Th
f mdest associations, the dearest recollections
from infancy to manhood should cluster anc
cling around it, and the memory of its joy!
should brighten the lingering days of old
age. Every home was intended to be suce
a-i Eden in the world's wilderness. Alas
h >w few such there really are. In how many
homes coldness, selfishness, disregard foI
each other's feelings and affection, make all
other places seem more attractive than this
But to set aside aill positive unkindness
rudeness or ill-temper, all wilful wrong do
ings of parents or children, how many homee
are cold and chill as winter from the absenec
of all manifiestations of love. The fathei
weapt in a mantle of reserve, never caress
i agly draws his children to his heart, and Et
thm feel that it beats warmly for them.
Satisfied if he gives them shelter and fooc
and raiment, provides for their bodily ai4
intellectual wants, and teaches them their
religious duties, he deeins it quite superfluous
to train up their aflections, that yet demaid
so much culture. The mother, if we may
conceive it possible of a mother, seldom or
never clasps her child to her breast, and be
stows the smile that childhood covets more
than the miser does the most glittering trea
All the little outward tokens and manifer
tations or love, essential to domestic etjovy
ment as the sunshine, the flowers, the sweet
songs of birds are to the enjoyment of na.
ture, are withheld from those longing hearts
to whom they are as life itself, and cold,
pulseless, measured duty leads the steady,
unfidltering march along that rugged way,
which ought to be bright and beautiful with
the thousand blossoms of affection. The
heart of a child is very tender. It is full of
strong impulses; its affections seek a bound
less requital, boundless as their bestowal
would be. And to whom should a child
1l'ok but to its parents, its brothers, its sisters
to meet this sacred, beautiful demand of its
nature. The sweet smile of affection, the
kindly word, the gentle, beaming glance,
the-tones of sympathy in sorrow and tria!,
the soothing and tender attention in illness,
those blessed little sclf-sacrifices, and unpre
te ading kindness, that sweet patience, and
meek forbearance, those delightful caressing~
ways and affectionate manners that make a
few homes almost heaven; should make all
homes so. In them " out of the fullness of
the heart the mouth speaketh," and speech
and act are alike holy and beautiful. WVin
ning, attractive, lovely are such homes !
Manhood turns from them to the wvorld's du
ties with a sigh, comes back with a glad
smile. Sorrow falls not so heavily on them;
their inmates bear one another's burdens;
deep peace is theirs even in the midst ofafilic.
tions. Words and deeds of love! Well
ha: it been saidl, " Oh let us unite the two,"
and however dark and troubled our earthly
coirse, a light will shine within our homes
which no sorrow, no care, nor evena death
will have power to darken or remove. God
is love-the spirit of Hlis Word is love :antd
would we indeed wvalk according to his dic
tates, Love proved alike in trord nad deed,
must be the Guardian Angel of ouar llouse.
A DAUGHTER'S LOVE.
There is no one so slow to note the follies
or sints of a father as a daughter. The wife
of his bosom may fly in horror from his em
brace, but his fair haired daughter cleaves to
him in boundless charity. Quickened by the
isdtation of the pain to, the paternial dIwell
inag, her prayers are more brief but miore
earniest ; her efforts doubled andi unttiring;
and if she ean but win a transient smile from
that sullen andI gloomy face, she is paid.
Oh, howv richly pa;Ird for all her sleepless
cares and unceasing labor. The fathrer may
sink from deep to deep ; from a rower to a
lower depth. Satan's kinsman and Satan's
prey; those who in a happier hoa-r received
largely of his benielhetions, may start w~hen
they behold his shadow, anid accelerate their
pace to get beyond it; all, aill may forsake
him; God and the world ; all but the devil
antd his daughter. Poor child ! if thou canist
ot save, thy feeble torch, made as bright as
thy power can make it, throws at least a
flikering light upon the path, till the object
of thy unquenchable affection has forever
left thee, and is shrouded in thick darkness;
and wvhen undone; when gone from thee and
one forever; thou thena mayest wed thy
early love, and know in him all that thv
young fond heart pictured ; yet again andl
agin, in the midst of thy placid joy, even
with thy smiling infant on thy knee, the lost
one wvih tnot be all forgotten ! Seeing the
past as it were only yesterday, forgetful of
thy little darlitng, thou wilt exclaim from the
depths of thy ever mindful and affectionate
spirit. " My father ! Oh, my father !"
PATIENCE is very good,. but pevseverance
is much better; while the former stands as a
stoic tunder difficulties, the latter whips them
ut of the ring.
THE paths of virtue, though seldom those
f worldly greatness, are always those of
pleasantness anid peace.
POLITENESs BETWEEN BROTHERs AND
1sTs.-By etadeavoring to acquire the
abit of politeness, it soon become familiar,
and sit on you with ease, if not with ele
anico. Let it never be forgotten that gena
ne politeness is a great fosterer of~ family
ove ; it allays accidental irritation, by pre
renting harsht retorts and rude contradic
ios; it softens the boisterous,. stimulates
~he indolent, suppresses selfishness, and by
orming a habit of consideration for others,
armonises the whtole. Politenebs begets
oliteness, and brothers may easily be wvon
y it, to leave off' the rude ways they bring
iome from school or college. Sisters ought
ever to receive any little attention without
hanking thtem for it, never to ask a favor
f themn for it, never to ask a favor of them
JM. . NEW
WHOLESALE & R
REAY MADE CLOTHING, Tl
UNDER THE U. S. H
T M. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving t
. Rady Made Clothing ever offered in this
proved styles of manufacture.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS YOUT
19- Country Merchants, and all persons vi
nd examine our Stock for themselves,
Augusta, Sept. 23.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
John M. Clark, Foreign AfaehIt
John M. Clark for J.
M. C. Freeland, J Foreign Aftach'nt
V. II EREAS the Plaintiffs severully in the ac
tions above mentioned have this day tiled
heir respective declarations in the same. agoinst
e Defendant, who (as it is said) is absent from
d without the limits or the State, and has neither
vife nor Attorney known within the same, upon
VoIn a copy of the said meveral declarations mught
e served: It is therefore ordered that tle said
)fendant. Richard Bailey, do appear and plead
o the waid declarations respectively, within a year
d a day from this date, otherwise final and abso
ute judgment will be given and awarded against
im in the said suits respectively.
T. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, Sept. 6,1852. ly 86
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
W. & J. Iilul,
W. B. Brannon.
Matheny & Bewley,
W. B. Brannon.
J. Taylor, Jr., & Co.,
Dr. A. J. Creighton,
V. . Attachment.
W B. Brannan.
MIE Plaintifls in the above stated eases having
-this (lay filed their D~eelarations in my Oflee
d the Defendants havinga neither wives nor A t
rnevs known to residie within the limits of this
tato'on vJwho a coipy or said Declarations with
ule to ph-ad can be~ served : On motion of bir.
v~is, Attorney for Plaintitfs: Ordered that eaid
)efendants appeatr andi plead to saidi Deelarations
ithin a year andl a day from the date hereof, or in
efault thereoif. judgment will bc rendered against
hem. TIHOS. G. A CON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, Mlarch 1, 1852. ]yq 9
State of Mouth Carolina,
IN TIlE COM.MON PLEAS.
William D. Jennings, ) n.taha
NHI E PIlaintifl'n h ab~ove cane having this
Iday filedl his dechmirationa in miy O111ee, aund te
fendnt hasving~ neither wife nor A ttrney known
,reside within 'lhe limwi s of this State' on whom,
opy of said Deciaration with a rule to pleadwi can he
red, On mowtion of Mr. Tosruiss, Attorney for
mii 111, Orderedl that saidl Diefendlant appear and
lead to said declaration within a v'ear and a day
im the dlate hereof, or j udgmtent will be awarded
gaist them by de'fau~lt.
TIIOS. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk'sOmeie, Mlay 17,1852. ly 18
State of Soutlh Carolina,
IN COMM1fON PL EAS.
Wn. D. .lenniirgs,
vs. Deci. in Attachment.
31EPlaintiff in the above case having this dany
-iled a JDeelaration in my Oflic, and the De
ndat having neithwer Wife nor Attorney known
reside within thea limits of this State on whom a
opy of said Deelaration with a rule to plead can be
'ved : On Motin of Mr. Tostrams, Attorney for
mintifi': Orde're&, That salid.Defendant appear
d plead to said I evlaration within a year and a
ny fromn the date hereof or judgment by default
1l be entered against him.
THcOS. 0. B ACON. c. x:. a.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMIfON P'LE AS.
ames JTones, .ose~ph J Ken
nedy and -lohn ialeliinne,
es. ,Foreign Attach'nat.
he City Council of A ugusta.J
HTIEREAS the Plaintiffs have this day filed
V their declaration against the De.fendaints, who
isit is said) arc absent from and without tihe liwmits
this State, and lave nwo Attorineysknown within
amie upon whom a copy of the said declaration
iht he served : h is therefore ordered that the
w Defendlantsw do appear and plead to the said dhe
arations within a year and a day from thiisdate,
ierwise finial and absolute judgment will then be
yen and awarded against themn.
T HOS. G. BA CON. C. E. D.
State of Southn Carolina,
IN COMIMON PL EAS.
eleher & Ilollingswsorth, Atche.
[M. & J. W. Granthiam. -
leher & Ilollingsworth, Atcmn.
M. M. Granthamn.
clher & Ilollingsworth, Atame.
rantha, Logan & Co'.
U HE Plaintiffs in the above stated cases havng
this day filed their Declarations in my Office,
id the Defendants hamvingneithert wvives nor Attor
ys known to reside within the limits of this State
whom a copy of said declarations with a rule
plead can be served: On motion of Mr. Maavris,
:ry for Plaintiffs: Ordered 'that s-aid D~efer
, appear and plead to said Declarations withm
year and a day from the dlate hereof, or in defanlt
ereof judgment wnilh be rendered against them.
''THOS. 0. DACON, c. a. D
Cerk's Office, March 12. 18f>2. Iyql 9
State of Southa Carolina,
n. L Gill, Sarath, his wife, and
Susan Morris, Bill for
vs fPart ilwn.
Sarah Morris, et al.J
[ appearing to my satisfaction, thamt the De
f'endants, Joshua Morris, Doctrine Morris,
lliam Hendrick Molrris, John Norris and
easant Morris, jr., reside beyond the limits of'
iStae, On Motion of Mr. AUNEY, Solicitor
rComplainants, It is ordered, that thtey do
pear within three months fromn the date hereof,
danswer, plead or demur to this Bill, or
dgment and Order pro confesso will be taken
A.SIUNS, C. E. E. D.
Dcc 29;,, r5
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UNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c., &c
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lie LARGEST and REST ASSORTMENT of
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ES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
iting our city, are respectfully solicited to cal
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Great Cure for Dyspepsia!
r r1 TRlti i. DiGE -s
DR HOUGHTON'S I FIIID), fr
- Gastric .n Ic,
Ptprepared from Reniel.
or the fiourth Stnmisaeh
of the Ox, after direc
tiolls of BAnO.cof Ligtu ,
the great Physioil.gical
Chemist, by J. S.
I01' rITON, M. 1).. iladeljchin, Pa.
Tllei i- a truly WONI.lFU1. tEMEDY Air Tniltilon,
)ysepsiu. .inielice, l.iver (tornplaint. Conistirpation. :ied
Debility, Curing aner N.\vl.JE- uWN NEilIol). by
Nature's own Agets, the ai.strie .uirie. 1lalf a teni-porfi
or iEPMiN, Infuseet in water. will <ltiest cr wsvoive. Five
l'ouiis or liownt ieerf in echout two hwonr. oniiat fw soanch.
mi'EsN 14 lics helhi-t eleme'nt, or Greal l)IUETING
Pricipie or the Gatrie .lui.'e-the solvecnt to lite Foai.l, the
t'urify ing. 'reservincg ael SlimtleIlating .\g.e'nlcrrt of tie StonehaI
and linte-Aim-e. It in aetracted frin the lii'ive stooiel
of tle Ox. thu1s foring an*l'kUI Ti.)E11STIVE FiUI.
preeisely like the naturni Gotriec .ccke in its Chienral prew
ers. and cfurnishcing a COMPLETE and I'ERtFECT SUBt
STITUTE foer i:.
Call on the! Agent. and get a Descriptive ircianr. gratis.
iving a large' amount cif SCIENTIFIC EVII)ENCE. rwn
iblig's Aimiial Cimaciery: itr. Conitw's Phl).,ololgy or Diee
tion t Dr. ei-reira (pn F-eooel and Dict: Dr. .lonlic W. rnpcrer.
of New York Universily: Prof. Dunglin'aus pl'ysinhagy:&c..
together with reports f cures from sill parts (if the United
NO ALCOHOL, BITTERS OR ACIDS!
Remember shis: Dr. l1LranToN'S PETSIN Is a gren
Natural itecely. free fron AL.COliOL.. BiTTt , ACiDS
and NAUSEOtiS i)UGS. It i extremely agreealle to
tile Iaste,. anli may be taken by the most reeble patients who
eannot eat a water craeker without neutle elisress. Beware
of drugged initltions. I'epine is not a drug.
CURES IN EV ERY TOWN!
Dr. Ihoughton's I'ni's has now been tested, rer upwards
of two Tears. In everv large town in iliv uniteil stateo, and
the Age'nLs can ref.r 'Dyspeeplies to many remarkable Cures
in every Town! Numerous details of eure., certiflentes of
Physle6inns acdl Iatientls, are given lit the Circulars furuished
by Agenis. gratis.
Pepsin in Pluid and Powder.
Dr. louglilin's 'E'SIN is prepared in Powder and in
Fhuirl Formn-aneel in, Prescriprtiecn vinls feor lhe~ ue-. ref l'hyvsi
clans.. The Pomweler will be senet by 5lenil, rree ot Pustage, for
one I1)lnr. tenct to Der. leoughtocn. Pheilaclelpin.
P'rivate Cirenlaers foer Physirinns tray be r.,ltained ofl Dr.
ITOUghlt n icr leis .\gents, describineg the whole proces of pre
paeraclon. uenel giving thwecnullecriies uepon which the clainms
ccf thcis newle reerly are based. As It Is NOT A SECUR IET
li EM Eilt V.r noe cbect~.ionc ennc be reisecd ngainst llita-. by P'hy
sieienns len re'sp'ctnbile stlreeineg aned regular pcractice. PrIce
ONE DOLLAIlt peer boulle.
Every Bottle oef GENUINE PEI'$IN bera the wcritien
signcaln're ofl ,1. 5. llcnughtonc. .'c. ID.. sole prruclrietor, Philadel
dhin,. Pen. (Copyriggt and Tiruede M1ark seecredl.
gr.ld by all Drueggis andi Dealera.In edicines.
ggrSoli. also Iby 0. L. PENN, Edlgetieldl (. Tf.; WARD
L.W & LYON, Ahhlevilte (C. II.; PRtA TT &.JAMES, New
berry, and A. J. ClIEII TON, llanmbuerg, S. C.
JIuly 23 ly 23
D R. D E NN IS'S
Jaundcicre, Sick Hlead-o.-h, Dizziness. Loss ol
IAppertite, C]onslipationc of the Bowcels, Pilex.
caus.ced by Costireness, Pain in the Bohwels, or
Rheumaecti.5mc, cauisedl by the use of Mercury,
SyiphilIs. Serofua. Boils, Ulcers, <J-c.
TiIls PIcEpAlUATION isc miade ae. pure as possi
bit'. Its bitter taste. and beneficial eleets in
diseases eof thce ~iver. ande dliseases arising fromacn im
pure slate ofl the Bloord, proeve it to bea the*
PUREST AND MOST USEFUL
preparatiocn ref Snrsaparilla that is meade.
These whoee leave uesed thle variouls preparationsl of
Sarsaparilla will fied. Iby the laste aned eilf-et, thaI
there is moure Sareapaeriila ice one bottle cef Dr. I)s
Nis' prepar'aliion, than in halcf a dozen bottles as it is
Its alterative andi cmilhly purgative efI-ta upon the
bowelce, make it teet only a geccod suebstitulte feor .31er
enry, butt nseful in remvmvig alii diseasei'arisincg fromc
tihe imeprtcdent uese ref Alhercucry.
gg'Irepeared only) by J. DENNIS, M!. D., Anguls
Scld icy A. G. Ts:Ara'F and G. L.. PKsN, FEdgefield
C. H. P.~ M. Cnx atnd CAnEY & CoUTrenir.ct,
(Carleston ;llorrwurt wr & .3Jio-r anti F. Cun-rTis,
.Columibia ;A. .1. Cctstr'ros, llmbuhtrg; Wac. F.
TUT. I). B. PlXescn, Ilavc.ascc & llcsc.r~y, WV. ..
& . J'.'Tenrr, W1. K. KITecnEN, IIAnnIETT & Cct.
Tren, Ace;:ceta, Geo., and by) Drueggisce getnerally.
-Price-$i peer bottle; 6 bottle foer i$5.
QT' ltemnembier to ask fur DENNIS' GEOJIGIA
SAltsA PA RIl LLA.
Juzne 2(i. 1851 tf 23
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFJ ELI) DISTRICT,
IN COMMiON PLE AS.
L. Suber, Agent, Atccet
Williamn I. Brannoan.
Howard, Ale oal & Co.
T e siti Attachment. e
Bucndly. Roasemon & Co.
J. JT. Ken'cnedy,
a.' Attachment. v
Trhe Same. p
Wilhiamc P. D~elph, C
The Samen. [
'JXll ER EAS, the Phaintifac did on the first day
SV f arch instanot, file their I. eelarations
against thce D efecndanets, wheo, as it is saeid, is abscent
from and withotut thce licmitse of this Stale, and lhas
neither wife noer Attorney know~n withcin the samce,
upon whcomc a copy of the said dleclacratio~ns meighct
be served : On moetieon cef Mr. GnAT, Plaintiil's A t
torney : It is ticerefacre, Orderedl, That the said IDe- A
fedat do appear and leadne to the saied de.claraticons
withinc a year and a edayc freom the date of thcis pub-.
hicatieon, otherwise licnal andee ablsohute judegenct wiill
then be given and awacrdced against himn.
TllOS. G. BACON, c. K. D.
Clerk's Oflice, Mlarch 1, 195?.
hia~rech I1 ly 8
STrATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PLE AS.
James Black well
as Deci. in Attach'nat Ir
Abner Bushnell, Dcl i<ttcn
Richard Bailey. a
r"H EJ PIlaintilTs in the aboeve stated cases havl~ing a
.this day filed1 their declaractions ill myr Ollic, Ji
nde the Defenulant hacving neither wife nor A ttor
ney, kncown tee reside withcin the limiits of thcis State
on whote at copy of said dlecrationis, with a rnle
tos plead can be served: Onc motion of air. Kev,
Alorney faer PlainitiTs, Oridered, that said Defen
dant apear aned pleaidto said decrations, wiithin a
year and a day from the elate hereof, or judgmcents t
wvilt be awarded againest him byic dleInult. h
TIIOS. G. B ACON, C. E. D. sc
Cr-i.1- Ofmk May 6t i85.; ly 1v
JAU'NDICE, DYSPEPSA, CHRONIC OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
TIlE KIDNETS, AN) ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM
A D*sordered Liver or Stomach, such as Con
tipation, Intrard Piles, Fullness or Blood to
the Iead, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Heart-l n, t, Disgust for Food, Fullness or
Weight in the Stonneh, Sour Ernututions.
Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
Sminiming at the Hecod, Hurried and Difficult
Breathing. Fluttering at theI Heart. Cho/,ing or
Sufeocating sensations tehen in a lying posture.
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs bsefore the
Sight. Ferrr and dul pain in the Head, Defi.
ciency nj' Perspiration, Yelloweness of the Skin
and Eyes. Pain in the Side, Back. Chest,
JLinls, tj.c., Burning in the Flesh, Sudden
Flushes of Heat. Constant Imaginings of Eril
and Creat Depression of* Spirits, can be eflect
ually cured by
DR. IOOF LA ND'S
CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS
DR. C. n. JACKSON,
AT TIE GERMiAN 31EDICINE STORE,
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
TIHEIlP power over the nbore disenses is not excelled-l
equalledl-by any other preparationi in thre United Sntates, Int
the cureo; ittest, in tuany cases after skillful phyaiclnes had
These Bitters are worthy the, attention of invalid.. Pa..
e"sin..: grent virtues in the ratillentian of diseaesees of the
Liver and lesser glants. exercising the not otenrehing pin.
era in wetaknes anrd tlertiis of the digestive organs. they
.re withal. tafte, certnittn atd pleantiat.
Read and be Convinccd!
The editor of the "jioswTo ]r," said in tis paper of the
231d o' Jittle last:
D. lionatAse'se Crt.rAn.vrin fr.rttSAN hTTErrr for the
cure or I.iver Complaint. .aundice, Dyepepsia, Chronie or
Nervous Debilitv, ia dheservedliy one of the t11-t pa'eplulicr
ediies of ftetay. Tete itters have been ud by
tinantd~t. nae a friena at Ctr elbow says; ie tins hiietelf re"
ceived an effecial tnna perinaent t eure of .iver Complanint
frno the ts. of this rm.-ely. We are eonvinced thit, in lt
use of the#e lIitter.. tie pattient einmt::itly gaits stregtlah aend
vigor--n Mnet worthy of great coniderntie. They are plent
ont inl taste anl sineIl. arid eann e uted by peroahln withe the
notst delicate stonmeits fith tafnt. untier any eiraentnem.
We are aptaking rratn experience, arid to the afiietel we
nelvise thleir use.
" Sc'sT* WEEKr.Y," one of tie best Literary pauiers pul'
int. 11tYi.AN'T GrITMAN rimtes. manrfnefttred lay Dr.
Jackson. are non reoma endetde tay aoe (f time moomt pronmi
ient memlirs f the faculty as ae anrticle of muele efieacvy in
nletf fens le weakneges. %P fucth is 11 etese. we w.oaltl aet
viteall nathers to of.tain a ta tt', anal thus snee therinsiare'v
intact. Mcknmess. Persn'. of atatitiiated coinlstitutinoa wilt flnl
ti-se hitter advanltagens to their heallI. a we ktoaw fron
exliwrietce the salutary rtrect thay have ulpone week syatems.'
The 7ion. C. D. 1turLtNr., Miyor of the City of Ciamdlen
N. J.. s:ys:
a. Inort.AsiCn4 frkt.AN Ittmusm.-We lnve seen nitnv
lniterinig notices of this mlaeicine. arnd the sonree frot Which
tle! Camole ilduttcedl es to mnake inquiry respecting its nmerils.
Fron inecluiry we were permeacdted t t e it, annl must say
we round it specitle in its aetion upon dimenses of thre livir
ad digesItive organt. and the poewerful influence It exerts
upion nervous prosltatioa is really surprising. It eains and
strengthens tle terves. ltringing thet into a state of repose,
making slite refre-hing.
C -f tiis meicine was more generally iseal, we are Mtatislled
te would Ie. less sick naes, as froli tl;e $tatm1neh1. liver, anda
neervnus syiten tIe gre:at mnjority of real and Imaginary dIs
asee tannatte. I Iave item in ta tenthly conrlitinn. and you
ean tial dtntftancte to epidtenics renerally. This extr:airdinnry
neiciine wit woulel tavise our friends m ho are at all Indis.
posed, te give a trial-it will recomnend itself. It should. In
faet. he in every family. No other iedicine can produce
such evidences of inerit."
Evidence upon t evidence hns been received (like fle fore.
going) front all seelions of tehe 1'ioin, the Iust three years
atid the striinmgest testimony in its favor, Is. that tire is more
Oaf it used in thea practice of the reular Plhysietlans of Philit
del phia. than all ether nostrums cambined. iet tant eun ensi
ly b established. til fualy proving that n scitentitiic preptra.
tion will ineet with their quiet apporoval when uiresented even
in this frin.
That this medicine will ceure Liver Compltint ana Dyspep
sin. n oe ennc doubt aler isinig it as edireeleel. It nts Ie'
ciflaely upnn tire stoamach tn liver: it is prefriblei to calo.
tmel in ALL 1ILI lS DISE.SES-hte effect is Imnedi
ltle. The enn lie ndniniered tio amini'.es or intaces with
safety ail relitale benefit at any line.
Look well to the marks of the Genuine.
Theey have the writte'n signinnre aof C'. M. .JA('K$ON
upon tee wrapper.:med his. namie bleown inr thu biottle, without
wlhch they tire spiuriorts.
Er For sale Wheolesnie anal Retnil at the GERMAN
M!EDICINE STOlE. Nao.12 Arhet straCIta, neldoor beelew
tsixth, Phliltelpinf~; and by reaiecetaale denters getnerally
throughi teis country.
To ennhalc nfl e!nses iaf invtalids toi entjaa thne adlvaniges cf
their great restoratiie pawes. StNa. kan1r., 75Crts
[? Also, fair sale, in tais Villn;:e. by
ti. L. PENN, Anas?.
Sept 1, 19a72- ly fa
DR. ROG ERS'
LIVERWORT AND TAR!
S A~FE ad certaint ere fair Coughs, Coalds,
I.Crouip, Astha, Consumpiticim of tihe Lungs
Spittng of Blood, Broncheitis, loaliig Con~ht, and
all Puhtnocnary AfWeetio~n.
A Lovely Young Lady Cured of
Ttir following ire from the pen of War. IL. Irri
'.ON, Esuq.. the distingtuiseda edijtor of the l'. S. aMili
tary atnd Naval Arguts, undcaer dte of New York,
Iatuary 26, 1851. What conld hte more conclurijve !
"It is seldeam we permit orseltves ttioa eenpy a
apaee in these ciahtmns t speak in prttise of anly tur
rie in thet pntarettedieine way :lbt w~hen we see
Ire life of a fellow catutre raveed by thle use aaf any
mediecine whatever, we conisidler it as our rightl, if'
not onr eduty, 1o give a simpale sintlement eif 1'nets,
that others ray, in like nmanner, lie henaenlted. The
'nse whichr has inded ius to pen thais article was theat
if a ynnlng lady of niur acqulaintate,. wheoiby freaete
xposutre toc thle tnight air. conracted a Celed wichail
etledl ali the Luntgs biefore its ravages conidl be
tayed. (Tils oiccurredl tiio years ago Ibis winter.)
Varons remnedies were uesed, bitt with very little elra'et
s~pecatrnatin. andl 1 sth inken e-ye, anda palae, holilowv
leheek, fold plaitnly theat ptthnnnary dliaease iwna daing
Is worbt at leer delicate fraine. Tue fam'ly pleysi*
inan was canitieild.nal abhlough lee iwould neat adient
a ithe ymmttg ladly thcat shIe really lead the Cotnstumi
ien. yet he weoutlad give noelenoragemcent areto a e'nre.
At thcis crisis her molter was pernnaeed to make
se oif a bottle oef D~r. Ilogers' Ceompoiunde Syrnep aaf
Liverwort anal Tar. anal we are hnppy to strate nle
ias paerfectly cured in less titan theree mothtls by this
nediicinee alaone, after even hoipe was deastraoyead. It is
tele.-s to commnnent Cit neh a ease as thme. Ifor the
impejle truith will reach whlere poliedi fictioin never
''ti. If anv~ idoenht the antrhentiaity' af this tatemeia.nt,
et thtem ea:tl at this Oflice.-U. S.' Military atnd Na
T ESTIMVONT OF TEE PR ESS.
Fromr the N. Y. Coutrier, Aug 13.
DR. Roneans' Si'n t'r or Tivrnwonti AND Tan.
ae have hecard of several imaportant entres r'cetlly
'tecated by this excelletnt meadicinal preparatirin, nal
in one inestance thant eanme andler otur ohservation, iwe
an speiak contfildently. One oef onr employcees .who
in-sfleredh severely from a long standling teehl. adi
ing thre past weeak commaencedlla te e aifthi- cmedi
ine, and heis Cold has entirely disappeared.
From the N. Y. 3firror, Sept. 2.
Li'ER~woRTt A5D TAt.--Ofithe virties of Di. flog.
ra' 'Con:;h 3Medicitnes prapared from the aibove arti
les, If is tneeless nowv to speak :its eflientcy in speedi
c-uring (Coaughts, Cealds ande other laong complaitnts,
aicht too freequtently', if naeglecteda, raesult itn 'en
rnptiion, is tate well established in public confidence
uneed eualogy ntoiw.
From the N. Y. Despatch, A ng 25.
WE hate heretofore lakcn occasion to give our tesm
imny in fav'or of the :nirative properties aif Dr.
tgers' Caimpaiunad Syrup of Liver-vort anda Tar. and
could hcere repeat lice advice atlreadly given, for all
erons wvho are afflicted with Constnmption, or any
f thre premnonifory symptoms, to amake a trial of Dr.
Eg~ The Genucine is signed A antw Rloatus. ont
te steel plate engrav'ed wrapper arotund eachr bottlea
d is sold wholesale and retail by
SC'OVIL & 3TEA D,
113 Chartres street, New Orleane,
ole (eneral A gents for the Sothern Stales, to whoam
1 oraders must be addretaed.
gg Scald, also by G. L. PENN, Edlgefieldl C. 11H
VA RDLAW & DENDY, Ahheville C'. 11.; PRATTI'
.JAMES, Newberry, A. .J. CR E1GkITON, 11am
urg, So. Ca.
April 1 tf 11
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMOfN PLE AS.
rhe Blank of H~amburg,S. AtCcmet
William B. Brannon.
[H lE Plaintiff in the above ease having this dlay
Lfiled his Deelaration in my Office, aned the De
-ndant heaving neither wife flar A ttorney knownt to
sie withtin the limits of tis State, on whiomn a
py of saidl declaration with a Rule to plead enn be
rvned : On motion of Mr. BAarexr'.rr, Attorney
r PIlcintiff. : Ordlered That said D~efendaant teppear
d pleadl to said declaration wvithtin a yenr ande
day from thte datte hereof, or itn default thereof
dgmecnt wvill be rendered ngatinst himn.
TIIOS. G. BACON, c.E.D
Clerk's Offie, larch S. 18$52.
Mlarch 11 ly____ _____
Extra Fine Checwing.
UST EcIved a fewv Boxes of EXTRA FINE
CIE IGTOBA CCO, the celebrated at Cal
atn Brand," mnanufactured expressly for the Sub
riber. G. L. PENN, Aorx-r.
A... i8 .c 31
MALE ACADEMY RE-OFENED1.
An Excellent Teachet Engaged I
A BEAUTIFUL EDIFICE SON To BE COMPLETEP
r IlE TRUSTEES of the Male Academy at thie
rplaee take gr, at pleasure in announcing to.ther
publie that this Institution will lie opened again uiv
the 2ND MO)NDAY IN JANUARY NEXT, under the nost
. The Trehr they have employed is Mr. J. G,
T.rrr.. of Fairfield. a GR.\A)UATE OF TIIHJ
SOUTII CAUOLINA COLLEG;E. -
This gentleian enters our community with the
most mnple recommendatiois from the Faculty un
ler whoin lie has finiiled hisstnalies. Of his ability
to prepare young men for successful application to
the highest Seminaries of our country, there is not
n doubt. 1. iinty be added that his strictly moral
character is not less certainly established titan the
accuracy of his Scholarship,
The Trustees, in putting fortli tlis notice, only
desire with few words to assure those, who may
patronise the Instiltion under their charge, that it
is their determination to do all they can towards en
foreingregular discipline and keeping up a proper
degree of pride and emulation among the pupils.
The new Building now 'm progress will be one
of the most commodious as well as one of the most
ornate edifices of the kind in the State.
Excellent boarding can be obtained in privat
families at $8 to $10 per month.
The Teris will be determined upon after a con
sultation with the Principal. They will nt exceed
those of other similar Academies.
N. L. GRIFFIN,
.JOHN BAUSKETT, ..
R. 1. hINIMS. 3
Dee 1 tf 48
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
T AKES this method of returning his thanks to,
-his friends and patronAs, for the patronage he
has received in the sale of Drugs, Medicines, &c.
lie is iw receiving an addition to his already
extensive Stick of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Stufi, Paints. Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop 'rniture, &c.
THE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
Fine Ci;-ars amid Tobacco,
Of his own and Northern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, Hair, Hat, Shoe and Tanners Brushe.
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds,
made under his own supervision in strict
accordaree with the U.S. Disp'ry.
The inost Reputable Nostrunma,
All of which he will sell at prices that will comprt
favorably with any Southern n-arket. Those wish
ing to purchase articles in his li:e will do well to
cnll and examine his Stock and prices.
Edgefield C. If.. Jan 22 tf I
WARDLAW k WALKER,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION
North Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
CostatissioNs FoR SELLING COTTON,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
TE Subscriber having farmed a Co-Partnership
with Mr. W. A. WARDLA W, of Charleston,
formerly of Abbeville. S. C.. for the purpose opf do
ing a G ENERA L FA (TOR AG F and COMNI1S
ShON BUSINFSS, avails himself of the present
opportunity, of returning his sincere thanks to his
numerous friends for the liberal pntionage besto~wedI
for a number of years past,-an~d in movinig. tenders
the services of the new concern of W1 A RDLA W
& W ALK ER. Charleston. where he hopes many,
if tnot all his ol patrons wvill find it to their interest
to ship thi ir produce.
Tile recetnt arrangements of the South. Carolina
Rlail Road Company will enable them sue n to h.e
a D~epot n -the city of Augusta, thereby'
to the forwarding ofall pr~re i' irfr
m~iy feel disposed to-send them-, fre-darge,
save drayage. G. WALlKER.
A ugusta, July 19), 1852. If 29
SIMYPSON & GARDINERh,
Ware~use& Com'n Merchants
McINTOSH-ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
H E Underseneontinue~ the W AR E IJOUS
AN OMMISSION BUSINESS in all
its' branches. in Judge Starnes' Fire Proof Ware
IHouse, oin llStnt -Street, tuder the name and
style. of SIIIPSON & ';A\RDIN ER.
in tende~rinig to our friends, and the publie gen
raly our thanlks for the liberal patronage extended,
we take thiis method of assuring all, that no effort
on miur part will be wantitng to advance the interest.
of those.' whoii may conifidea theair business to us.
O)rders. for Hagging. Rope and Faimily Supplies,
Ipromptly filled at the lowest nuarket rate s.
Cash advatnces mtiade on paroduce in Store when
J. T. GA RDINER.
Autgttsta. Aug 25 Gmu 32
A. M. BENsON,
Ware House and Commission
Hamblulrg, S. C.
VL I.DJ re'spectfutlly inifarin his former pa
T trons. aind the. ptiblie generaully, that lhe has
Ira.'ed the Ware-Poise recen(tll oeenptied by Alesurs
BILA NNON & COLEM1AN, where lie will be
Receive, Store and Sell Cotton
atid other produce Consietned to his care. Also
receive and forward ?ulerchliie to the country.
Ini tenidering hi~s services to the puleh flatters
htimtself, freon an experience of SEVENTEEN
Y E.\RS in the above business, and a thorough
knowledge of all its branchen, as well as fronm a
general aequtaitance with the planters of the sur
rouditng coutntry, together with his undirided per
snnal attention to the busines, that lie will be
able to give gene~ral satisfaetion to all who may
favuor him with their cotntidence, and assures them
that ti ll ert shahl be wanting, on his paurt, to pro
more their interest.
Liberal Cash advances made on Cotton and other
prodtuce in Store.
Orders for Bagging. Rope, and family supplic
promptly filled, at the lowest n:arket rates.
Aug 18 tf 32
Livery and Sale Stables.
FORMERLY JOHN O. O'H ANLON'S.
TIlE Subscriber has the pleasure
to inform his friends and the putblic,
th'at. having purchased the Splendid
____ STOCK of FIXTURES of those
well-known and popular STABLES, formerly
owvned by O'IIANLON, nd lattly by W. E. AlR
CIIER, lie is now prepared to furnish all who may
favor hinm with their patronauge, with excellent.Saddle
1lhORSES, and handsotne nd comfortable CAR
RIAGES anid BCGGIES, of the latest styles,
with teams to match, and drivers, in whose so
briety and experience every confidence can be place.d,
at most reasonable prices. Many improvements
have been made to the Stables and Lots, and Dro
vers will finid every accommodation they can desire.
Carriages and Omnibuses from this Stable will
run from Boatwricht & .Janney's universally favo
rite " A merican Ulotel,'' and also from the long-es
tablishied and well-knowun Columbia Boteh. by Mr.
D). Caldwell. to the various Railroad Depots, or any
U-i Orders left at the A merican Ihotel, v. ith Mr.
W. D. Hlarris, or the Proprietor, at the Columibia
lHotel, will be promptly attended to ; and the sut -
scriber is confidenit that all who employ hint ill to ~
pleased with his prices and his teams.
Columbia. Sept 22 6mn 36
Garden Seeds, Fresh & Pure.
rflhlE Subscriber has just received and oflfers for
.Lsale a large supply of FRESH and PURE
G ARDEN SE EDS, from the celebrated Seed Es
tablishment of Comstoek, Ferre &Co.. Witherafield,
Contn. Seeds fronm the above establishment-have
been tested by many of my eustomersl. and I be
lieve have given general satisfact~on. If you desire
to have your garden well supplied with fine vege
tables, don't neglect to call and get a supply of
these seeds. G. L. PENN, AGENT.
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