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F~OR THE %D~VERTISERt.
AIR. EDITon,-In perusing your paper
of the 2d March, I discovered from your
remarks and the communication signed " J.
A." that you had made a call previous to
that time on the farmers generally to con
tribute agricultural articles to your columns.
I feel very much .in hopes that they will res
pond to -your call, by sending you articles
enough to fill every pigeon hole you have.
By freely interchanging our experience and
views on different points in agriculture, I
have no doubt but many of us will be bene
fited. I am truly glad to see that you have
given us such an opportunity to interchange
our opinions on agricultural subjects. My
experience in agriculture generally is very
limited ; but, small as it is, I am willing -to
contribute myn mite, and if it ever profits any
one man, I will feel well paid for my trou
ble. I hope at the saine time to elicit arti
cles from farmers of more experience, by
which I may myself be benefitted.
As "J. A." has particularly requested
writers on this subject to give all the infor
mation they can how to improve worn-out
land, I will first briefly give my notions on
that point. As I have ever been inclined to
a farmer's occupation I have long paid par
ticular attention to the different modes of
improving the soil, and' their results. The
one mostly practised by farmers is that of
hauling leaves and all kinds of litter into the
horse-lot, cow-pen, &c. All will agree that
this is -a very slow way to improve land.
Another strong objection I have to the mode
is that by a continued raking and hauling
the leaves off of the same piece of land, the
timber on this land will be destroyed and
thus, while one piece of land is improved,
twice as much is injured.
My favorite way of manuring is with pen
vines. I am perfectly satisfled from experi
once that this is much the fastest and no3t
economical way to improve land. I sow all
the land in peas, that I cultivate in corn,
and I keep my stock off of that part I wish
to manure particularly : thus giving it a good
coat of manure with but little labor and
without injnring another portion of my land.
I find some of my neighbors who have
but little faith in manuring with pea vines
but let it be remembered that nine-tenths of
the people who sow-peas (even for manure)
turn their stock on them to eat them down
instead of plowing them in the ground, and
consequently the wMiolo crop of manure is
wi'asted. If any man will give the pea vines
a fair chanice and don't succeed in improving
his land faster with one four-th of the labor
and expense than he can in the wvay first
mentioned, I will give up that I knowv noth-.
ing about the matter.
I have an early pea (thme Shepherd or Cline
pen) that will make twvo crops in one year.
I intend in future to set apairt a portioin of
my land every spring, that I wvish to manure
and sowv it ini peas ; and. when they mature
I will turn them under and let a new cerop
grow, andl when they mature, I will turn
them undi-r also. I have never tried this
p~lamn ; but from the experience I have in
manuring with the vine I believe I can make
a piece of hand (no matter how much) good
in one year or twvo at the farthest.
I would proceed to other branches of a1g
riculture, 3Mr. Eurron, if I did not fear I
have already worn out your patience.
Farmers! come out and accept the kind
ofler of the Editor, and give us your expe
rience and views gener-ally about fenming!
Don't stop at your- experience in mianuring.
but tell us about your modes of planting,
cultivating, &c., aind I have no doubt but
that many of us will be benefied.
CULTIVATION OF GRASSES AT THE SOUTH.
We take the following li-omi Dehilows'
The cnltivation of Grasses should receive
at the South miuchx more attention than it
has in the past. The support of stock fr-om
the cr-ib or granary, is an expensive affair.
We cannot expect Northern grasses to
thrive among us, but should adopt those of
Souther-n latitudes. Dr-. Withers, of Ala
bamna, has sent us a paper in whichl he re
commends the Guinea Grass as altogether
adapted to our wvants:
"It is true, that it does not flourish in
per-petual verdure here, as it dhoes in Jamnai
ca, but it grows luxuriantly for eight months
in the year-and at a .time wihen almost all
our other artificial graIsses are parched up
by the heat of the sun. Being a native of
the tropics, it rejoices in the genial heat of
the summer's sun. Springing up in our
climate with the first har-bingers of spring,
it bears repeatedl mowings till the chilling
frosts of the fall. As is known to all of us,
we had on the 7th A pril this year a severe
freeze, which destr-oyed much of our- corn,
and all the cotton which was then growing.
The Guinea grass was at that time high
enough to mow, but it was killed. nearly to
the ground. Subsequently the location oni
which it wvas growvn wsas entirely overflow
ed, by the unprecedentedly high freshet at
so late a season as the first of May, and
remained upwvards of a. week under the
water from the river; yet it has already
yielded us a fine crop of grass, and is now
very near-ly ready for a second mowing.
It is frequently cut five or six times in the
course of one seasoai, and yields a large
orop of hay each time. During the last
season, wve measur-ed a small lot inl which it
wtas groinig, as accurately as wve could by
stepping it off, and found it to contain 1000
square yards, wvhich is a little over one-fifth
of an acre. A fter the grass wvhich wsas cut
off of it was sufficiently cured, we shocked
it till it was dry enough to stack, and
weighing an average shock, we found that
the piece of ground had yielded $1,000 lbs.
of hay ; wvhich, though not ,entirely cured,
was sufficiently so to allow o-f its. being
safely stored in a house. This would make
an acre yield nearly 5000 lbs. at one cutting.
This was the second or third cutting ; and it
yielded ionar crops, but none as heavy as the
one we tried the experiment with. The soil
in- which it wvas grown was a deep sandy
loam, highly manured,. and. originally rich.
It is vain to expect any land to yield so
large a crop of any vegetable prodnet, un
less it is amply supplied wsith rich, stimnulat
int manures. .
"'The method of propagating it is by ie
roots, which resemble very much the cane
roots of the country, but more nearly the
calamus root. In the West Indies they
propagate it by seed ; but in this country, as
far as my experience extends, the seed do
not vegetate. I see in some of the books,
however, that it is said to be raised from
seed, but that is not my experience with it.
.My original stock was brought from Vir
ginia, by Gen. J. 11. Cocke, and consisted
of about a double handful. By bedding
them in a rich loam, wc observed roots
enough in the season to plant about an acre
during the next. As it does not propagate
itself' by seeds, and is not liable to be taken
up and scattered by the birds of the air, the
wheels of vehicles, or the hoofs of animals,
it spreads very slowly, and may be entirely
eradicated by cultivating the land ; or more
effectually by turning hogs on it in winter,
as they are very fond of the roots, and go
t. a great depth to obtain them. It spreads,
however, gradually into the adjoining lands,
and should not be planted near a garden, or
ally place into wV'hicl hogs c.mnnot be turned
when you should wish to radicate it.
The method of planting is to lay off
Ifurrows about two feet apart, and drop a
piece of the root about as long as your
I finger, at two feet distance in the furrow. I
'his can be done at any time during the
wiater, and it iust be covered deep enough
to protect it from the cold. A slight work
ing in the spring will give it the start of the
Weeds and grass, and it will soon root out
everything else. The land on which it
grows should he top.dressed with manure
every season ; and when you perceive ti e
grass isdeclining from getting too thiek, or
by exhausting the land, it should be weil
manured and deeply ploughed. I trench.
ploughed mine a year or two since, with
evidelit advantage. It is generally recom
mended to cut the grass for soiling, or for
hay, when it is about two feet high. It is
very tender and succulent, and stock of any
kind will leave the finest blade fodder to
HOW TO MAKE ONE FARM EQUAL TO THREE.
G. T. Stewart, Esq., in a recent Address
before the Ohio Agricultural Society thus
speaks on this subject:
Many ftrmers who are destroying the
productiveness of their farms by shallow
work, as they find that their crops are di.
minishing, thInk only of extending their
area by adding acres of surface, as if they
supposed that their title deeds only gave
them a right to six inches deep of earth.
I1 they will take those deeds, study their
meaning, and apply the lesson to their fields,
they will soon realize in three-fold crops the
fact that the law has given them three ihris
where they supposed they had but one-in
other words. that the subsoil brouight up
and combined with the top-soil and entiebed
with the atmospheric influences, and those
other elements which agrienbural science
will teach them to apply to their ground,
will inerease three-fold, the measures or its
productiveness. To show to what an ex
tent the fertility of the soil can be inere'ased,
I refer 4o a statement in the last Patent
Ottice Report. In the y-ear 18~>0, there
were nine competitors for lie premium corn
crop of Kentnecky, each of whom culhivated
10) acres. Their average crop wvas about
12Z2 bushels per acre. At that time thn
average crop of wheiat per acre in the liar
vests of Great Britain, on a soil cultivated
for cunturies is about double that produced
on the irigini soil of Ohio. Why is this?
Simply because British farmers are educated
men, "and apply wvork wisely. T'hey pay
back to the earth what they borrow; they
endeavor by every means in their power, to
enrich their-ground and in return it enriches
them. If our farmers, instead of laboring
to double thir acres would endeavor to
dloublle their crops, they woul find it a vast
saving of time and toil, ar~d an iniciease of
.Many of them niever fhink of digging ten
inches into the soil, unk-ss they have dream
ed about a crock of. gold hid in the earth;
but if they would set about the work of
digging ini earnest, every ianu would find
his erock of gold, without the aid of'dreams
We have a great ad(vantage over the
British farmers in the litet that our farmers
nearly all hol the lands which they culti
vate, ini fee simple, while ini England they
are chiefly tenants, hiing the hnads of the
tobility, paying enormous rents to the pro.
prietors, liesidles heavy taxes to government.
Taxes here aire comparatively light, and
our fhrmers are their own landlords. Hence
they have been able to pay thriee-fold w~ages
for labor to those paid in Europe, pay the
costs of transportation, and yet und(ersell
the British farmaers in their own markets.
FarrrT Cuurura:.-lt is not a little sur
pising anid somewhat mortifying thatt thilt
important and delightful field of labor and
investigation should have been so generally
overlooked and neglected at the South. Byv
devoting a very small portion of his time
and lbor- to this de-partmnent of hushandry,
the health aind comfort of the planter aind
frmer would lie greatly promoted, and a
large amount of subsistence be pr-ovided for
man and beast. Besides, a thrifiy amid taste
flly arrangred oirchar-d is highly- oi-naimeiital,
and impai-ts an air of comfort to every) farm
and residence, reli-eshing to the eye and im
proving to the mind of the observer.
It is not vet too late in the season to
plant out frtuit and shade trees. A few dol
ars and (days exp~endled in this work, wlill
yield a i-emuneratimg dividend to the i-eal
and permanent value of y'our' homes, and~
suply you abundantly with the desirable
uxui-y of good and wholesome fi-uts.
- [.Milledgeville Recorder.
CURlE FOR A FoUsnTWnE Housr.-A
correspondent of the Louisville Journal says,
that if a horse is foundered ovei night, he
may be cured in three hours it' it is attend
ed to in the morning. Take a pint of' hog's
lard and heat it boiling bot, and after- clean
ing his hoof well, and taking off his shoe,
puf his foot in the lard, and with a spoon
apply it to all pairts of the hoof, as near the
hair as piossible. TIhiis, he says, he has tried
for more thtan fifty years, and never knew it
to fail.. 'lThe application should beo to the
fot of each f'oundered limb.
To PREVENT RABBITs FROM 3A TRING
Yox AmPL TIREEs.-.BiX commnotn soot
in sweet milk to a proper consistency and
smear it on the trees to a greater height
than the rabbit can reach. Jesse Oslin, of
Ga., says if properly coated with this mi-x
ture, the rabbits wiill not touch them. TIo
keep cats from rtuining young trees by
sratcing, tie a bundle of briars around the
tree, to the height of three feet. Tlhis is a
certain protection, for we have tried it.
AsPARAG~s.-T'he freqtient use of aspara
gus is strongly recommended in affections
of the chest and lungs; in fact, aspar-agns
is one of the most wholesome, as. well ats
WHAT DO YoU TiIN.-A young buck
of the soap.lock order, who wore an Un
shaved fite. because as lie said, it "looked
foreign," lately accosted a Yankee as fol
lows: " I say fellow, some individuals think
I am a Frenchman, and soime take me for an
Etah/can-now what do you think I am ?"
" I think you re a darncd fool," replied Jon.
Two sons of Erin were moralizing over
the late election :
"Bad news Pat," says Mike.
Faith an you're right there," responded
" What would old Gineral Taylar say to
this if he was alive now ?' ejaculated Mike.
Be gorra," replied Pat '- he'd say he was
glad lie was dead."
Wiirx a fellar first falls in love, the sen.
sation is like a hay bug crawling up the leg
of'his trowsers. At least that is the way we
sufl'red when we first squeezed the hand of
the gall we loved.
Donus says he always esteemed sleigh.
ridies, because of the <elightful piivileges
which the common law allows the driver
sueh as tucking in the furs about " the dear
creature oil your left," or keeping the chill
ing winds away from *a pair of light blue
eves, by burying your face every now and
then, within the pink silk enclosure of a be
witching little honnet. What an epicure
A FPLLow comi out of the tavern one
i.-y morning, rallier blue, fell on theldoor
st'p. Trying to regain his fooling, lie re
marked, "I. the Bible says, the wicked
statid on slippery places, I must belong to a
diilerent class for it is more than I can do.
A WESTERN poet, in speaking of the moon
sail :-" She laid her cheek upon a cloud
like beauty onl a young man's bosom.
TmJi editor of the Caju ga Chief lets his
chollar rises in this way We wold state to
the wretch who stole our new shirt from the
line, while we were abed waiting for it to
dry, that we hope the collar will cut liis
A \rcino in Boston, had a severe attack
of rlieumat ism, which finally' settled in his
foot. He bathed it, and rubbed it, anti
swathed it-but all to no purpose. Finally,
tearing away the handages, he stuck it oit;
and with a shake of his fist over it, exclaim.
edl-" Ache away, den, ole feller-ache
away. I shan't do nuffin more for Yer; dis
chile kin stan' it as long as you kin-so
nele away !"
No t i ce,
TOIN 171. WITT 1'.mving ptirchnsed the
e) exceisive interest of the MACH INE S110P
,f Mlesrs. iisNi':.L & WIrr, Will keep con'staitly
on hiand the tohiowiig articles. in compialete atail ex
eilent order. and at the A tigtita prievs, viz:
Sash filled with Glass and Primed,
madie of all sie and necording to order.
PainneI Doors, WVindowv BliEnds,
D00R FRAMES AND WIlyDOW FRAMES,
Bed Ste'ads, Tabl,Ic~ Wash Stands. Chauirs, Bean
reaus, WritinE Desks, Woi-k Stands, Book
I(ases. and1 all oter Catinet and
doiners Work, &c. &c.
Riepairingz and JToh Work of every kind nppertiniing
to theL above ar'ticles, na Fuirniture of every e
eription, do~ne promptly and upon the miost liberal
]fidgefield C. 11., Dec 1, 1852. tf A r*
A P'urely Vcgetable Preparaticu, and a
Sovereign Remedy for
rf TE E P ITTI-R S are purely a FECE TABLJJE
CMPO 0UND, and are oiiered to the pubtlic
ner the tiullkst convision that the'y wiltl be foundi
a safe andie soveri*Cln Rt-'.31EI)Y fort IYSP'EPSIA.
Theyii.3 have tbeen triumpha~::muly testedl noct onlly by~
numeron' ifamiilies :md Phucim in the Sout, wh
have fiurniishied ai-le testimiiony as to their dlecided
ex:elece,~' but alto by the Proprietor, who. ter ten
years, suffered alt thne -g'iom inceidenit to that stub
born and distres..ing disease.
'Tle Colleton Bitters, are also a C'aru:iniative,
mo~st excllenit for Chiolera 'tlrbus. C,,stiveniess, Sc;
Sickness, Nausea p.roceedirig freon whatever om:itse,
Shiorttess af freathi. Acidity, Heart ]Burn, Cranipi
and Stices in the Breast.
'rTe above~ \1edicine is highZly recommetinded in
Literary Gent lemnu.,, Studlents", Elderly Peopile, and
others of sedentary h abits.
For the siatistatin of those who may not oilher
wise feel disposed to try this valnable Conipound,
referente' is madu.~, byv permeiss'ion, to the following
Rv. 'T. J1. Yoiunr, Win. Yates, Mf. D., D. T.
Cain, Ml. D., Alex. Robinson, Col. F'. Lance, Char
TI. M. Curtis, M. D.. St. JTohni's Islind.
IEx-Goiv. W.. B. Seabironk, Edisto Is!aiid.
B. R. Bythewoodh, Ueaufoert.
Rev. A. W~oodward, lon. Wmn. Pope, Recv. J. B.
:-.cabrook, Pul Priehardt, M. D., PBluffton.
gg" Pniev., 75 et-s per llottle. For sale at Edge'
field.C. Ul.,by G. L. PENN, AcErr.
Out. 20 t f 40
STATE~ 0" SOUJTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
W. E. Jackson, )
rs. Decla. in Attack'nt
Thios. M. Robinson.
T. N. Poullain & Son,
rs. Decla. in Attacke'nt
Pleasant M. Tid well.
WV. E. Jackson,
vs. Decla. in Attach'nt
Pleasant M. Tidwell.
Henry Moore, )
vs. . Decla. in Attach'nt
Pleasant M. Tid well.
r ILE Plaintiffs in the above eases having this dny
f. iled their Deelarations in my Oflice,amnd neith
er of the Defendants having either wifei or attorney
known to reside within the limits of this State, or
whom copics of said Delarations with rules to plead
can he served : On motion of Mr. MIAGRATru, Atitor
ney for Plaintiffs, Ordereid, that said Defenidants
appear and plead to said declaritins within a year
aind a day from the date hereof, or in dlefault there
of, judgment will be awarded against them.
Clers~flce, T. G. BA CON, c. z. D.
CrksOicOct 7, 1851. ly :38
T HIE ST A GE from A ugusta arrives now pj
carlyt that it is nccessary to make up the Mail
fo'r the Up-Country the over night. Letters should
le ini the Post Offlige by 8 o'clock, P. M.,- at which
time the Mail will close.
G. L. PENN, P. M.
Feb 9 tf 4
CIARRIAGE and BUGGY HARINESS,
JWagon Harness, Dioule nnd Single.
Riding Bridles, Plantation Bridles, Col'ars, &c.,
Maiutfnetured oif good nmterials, and by good work
men, niext door to J. B. Semv.tx.
R. T.. MLMS.
JTan 12 if' 52
Q0 UAGS Augusta Canal FLOUR, for ssle low
U . byE.100D ES, AG Err.
Hlambuirg, Nov 29 tf 41i
Oranges and Lecnons,
JUST received and for sale by
F. M~. NICHOL AS.
. WHOLESALE & R
READY MADE CLOTHING, T1
UNDER THE U. S. 1
M. NEWBY & CO.. are now receiving
ej Readv Made Clothing ever oflered in tisii
improved styles of nianufneture.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS YOUT
W, Country Merchants,and all persons v
Itand ex:minle our Stock for themselves.
Augustln ept. 23.
IAPPINESS AND COMPETENCE.
WHY IS IT!
Tm Are helintl m yir fenale, scarcein the mnerrtlman or lire
broken in, h .-: and" iri ih, comrlicatinn of i-.eae
Gnd AillaItment. elepririI then oftihe power nr hile- enii.iynent
off Ilfe at an a-e wilwn physiral health, honymey ol 'pirits,
ill itily seretity o't:niand, arising frum acundititn f health,
sh.-n11d be predointica-it.
laniy of'the cwxesa of' her suifferingiq It firt-perhap.; ye..rx
bef, p.. lerlhein; iring aillioed. flutirst earnt ln iar.ie
wre in their mitin so li;ht as to passanoticeil, and of course
IN AFTER YEARS,
When toe 1.-te to he benefitted bi onr knowleitre. mfe look
in,:k antid miotn, and regret the 'fall consrtinences of out
t I wnI' we not often give to posse in early lire, the
k-io rle we nbtain in :after years ' Andl wint dayl; aizd
ni'ihts of angaislh We might not have been spared, if th
Iknowleulht Naa timily po0sle.-sed. It is
MELANCHOLY AND STARTLING
Tn 'zehold th sirknew a',il P tifferingendured by many a wife
foor nnnyos years, froma caue aimle andl einntrilltable, easily
resnedied-or better still.-not incnrred. ifreery
WIVE AND DIOTHER
Pasessed the infori-otion cotiained in a little rolume, (with
in til reach oraff) which wonld spare to herneif
YEARS OF 31ISERY,
i iAnl to her Ishunaind the constant toil Pnd angiety of miind,
nIeeestarily dervolvin ipjin hin inm sicknessq I tile wire.
withatit giving him the opiorn ity f.nuriiiig thtat cnm.
pee-re which his eaertioins nie enitled. and the poasesion
! nt wtichi would secure tire happiness of I-.inselr, ae i, and
SECURE TIE MEANS OF HAPPINESS
By becoming in tine possen~ed of the knowleder, the want
o' which hIs canned i the xickines a:,d ploverty of thousandls.
II view of trhi eonnseqIence., to wife nr motlier is exen-t
ssble- if Pillhwe ict to avail herself or ttni kunwie.lge in,
r-rect it hral . sibich wonld spare her ineiiht sifftrig. be
Iile nic.s of I ?,pjines atid trtietrity to her husistd. ad
c-,if'er up hr1 11 e uhirldten that hiersitug above all pricer-hte.hby
holies, with he-tby minds. That knowledge ta contaiined in
a litle %t ork entitled
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
Private Medical Coliipailions
- BY Dt. A. N. XA UlICEAU,
r R 0 r.so or 0 I 0 r A O F o r w o .t N.
- One liendeedth Filtin. 1lfien.. pp. 250. Frire, .11 cis.
[oc FP.x rar.tt, E-XTRA Itnta, i 0t ]
First ptiifed in 1217, ail it is not
SURIPRIZING OR WONDERFUL,
'onsledrinsg titant E V Et RY F'E M A 1. B
Wtil~E~IlRA RIt1)C OR1NOT, ea.nn r
neqiren fllknoiwleerIge of theo seuttre,
chnrncet'r andari 'tnniee of ther eoualtlaintv,
wsilai ghe vnrlous symtptoxnh, natit that
' IALF A DIILION, COPIES
shi.ail.I havie beeni tnil
i ins imrnie.,tbile io envey tilly' the rarienii sn14ects
treateel if. as tiey aie of a nture stricmly itteilted fort te
mairied,. or thos~e enntemnplatnne moartnages, bitt 1n l'emale
health. whicis an eimdue c i tf hr nwsn f.tinesn, aniii that
of tier Iushini, buti eiter finn or a ill ,tlongi it, a ias ir, wal
erery hbandi wrho lhas the 'ohe antl afectionu of' hfsun nle it
heart, or that orli own pirnntiary imnifcemetnt.
UIPWARDS OIF ONIC IlUNDRED ThlOU
flare beeii SENT BY DI~hI, withini the hast r..- month'.
!r-Base and Shamuenil Fr'aud!!
CMJiTION TO BOOKSELLERS.
VIOLATION OF 00PHRIGIIT.
A SPUICIOUS EDITION
fl1gra'nt amt btnef'aced, has been aurrettitionnsy insitri. withi
th mline tr'o :ai size, exactly the sai: T'rrac l'ai:, aid
enactly ifie samte
anid "li..ston" fori" N ew b nik." and tIF wsotrd,
i'sr:n,:u acodin:: to At etif' Cn..,esa, ini the year 1i't7, by
In the Clerk's O0;'iee of' the liatriu't Cnoert oh' the Southiere
District or New Yotk,
The contents. ilhe stubject matter, soil readling are
Printie o.~i ponr, brownish, dlirty paper, wilh a pamn'r enver.
ft can tie knowni alsi. frm the miaaerable ai ill.:ihh-' s nout
en's -e.tiere.f thi~nmthte its tpages. The copyrrght edition
If' thete are any' in i t' traIle so lost to shame andt comiion
hteNeesi y an to tie wiling parties
IN DEOFRAiUDING THEIR CU5TO3IERS5,
No lesi than the leesi awner of' time roperta' in enpyrieht,
they wilb tw fpr.rcuted, andI slts will be taken to esptii
them to tihe pulblic.
A cipy v ill lie sent to eacht bookeeller or firma. (wvith the
lerio' hic tey wsill he furnied,)ntpont zeceit-t itf
bin iir their business card of'address,
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
BE NOT DEFRAUDED!
Timn' in ban~k unless Dr. A. M. Mianricean, ?5 t~iherty' nr.,
N. Y.. is an lie title pa:e mid thei- nerv in I lerk'n (S11er in
the Sack of'thie fii le page enrreslaiints a' hienin. mal bnii y em
ofrspectahlei~ ni nrabile dlealers,'o atenio by niail. andl ad
dress to Drt. A. 31. Maniricen.
Fuil title page, wvith contenits, tngether with st inges
teaiitg .r impo~tntt subhiecis to tierv' martieid i-m~..e usill
he seti free of'etharge, t aiiy ner e'closing a lcet staiti ist
a pr'epaul letter. addrlessed as hierein,.
rrOn receipt of Flfty Censte, (or One
Dollnr for the flue, Edition extra bimnelng.)
n.TiaM MA RRiID WOMIAN'S PRIhVAT lM
MKJDlCAi, COItPANION" In xcent (runaffer
I. treel to anyT lart of the Uniiteel State-m. All
let tern tsuutnt be ponlt-piuiil. nued actirseste to
DR. A. 51. JACUi0EAU, lox 122-1l. New
York City. PubilinhaingOllee, No. lmD ibertyl
5tree, New Yoerk.
gg5'For salc ini this place at the Drug Storc of 31
A. G. Ty.wceml. Price only Fifty Centsi..
,1uly 21, 185'2. (Im 27
LL~ Persons indtebted to I tef sate etf Henry F
?...1 reemai~n, dee'd., will come forlwardt im'ime
dintely andi make paytment, nd thmne hauving tie
mntds will renider thett ill propetrly ttlest'ed.
J. HI. JENNINGS, Ex'oar.
FebO 9* ly 51
G~R AY B3ROTH EIlS, Auansin, On.. have noa
in~ Store a full suijply of Rik..h ti Elegant
Brussels; Threeply, Ingranie and Cotiton C All PF.Ti
wsitha Rugs annd Drulggets to matith, ihte
oti'r to thte public cheap.id th
-Nov 17 if 4
Garden Seeds, Fresh & Pure
. 'T'IE Subscriber has just rceivesad miid ofi'ers l'o
Isnek a large supply of FIIlESt1 and P't(i
GARDEN SEIEDS, from the celebrated Seedt J&
tablihnient of Comstock, F'erre &Co.. Withl reield
Conn. Seeds fromt the above establ~nis ent hav,
he.n~ tetied bmy nmany tof my eustomiter. annd I bec
lieve have given genlerall uatisfietion. rf yo dlesirt
to have your garden well suspplipd wvith fine vege
tables, don't neglect to enll nna get a snpply
these seeds. G. L. PENN, A G.:iT.
Dee 29 tf 501
Chuapmnan's Cotton Gins !
WEstill mlake thtese best of COTTON GlXN
(aou lit stand. We warranlt themt to givl
sntisfietian, whichl they never fatil to itt.
All orde~rs thankfully received anld promtly at
Personts wh'lo find it mlore conv~'ieit wiltl piefn<
iniquire .-af M~r. Loo Urrt.. Ed:tgefieh'li C'. 11., whl
waill keep on htantd one rir morer of these. Gin. fi
sale. Address CT[APMAN & SO)N,.
Colemana's N Road'., Edtgefiel, S. (C.
BY & CO.,
-.TAIL DEALER IN
1UNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c., &c
[OTEL AUGUSTA, GA.
lie LARGEST nnd ]EST ASSORTMENT of
city. Their Stock consists of the latest and most
L S 0
HS' AND CHILDREN'S COTHING.
siting our city, are respecftilly soliciied to cal1
Ware-House and Commission
B U-SINE SS,
JIA.1BURG, S. C.
W.ALK i'.R & CO.. b1- leave to inforn the
1. a publen.:ra'ly, that :hey continue the
Warehcuse & Commission Business,
at the .t:nad oecupied by them for the two pn-:t
se.iisons'a, anil previously by WAa1.lrni & Un1ADIFOIID.
The \atre-iouse is in goad orlr. and beinz lo
eatel in the hi ihest part of' Town, is safe fraom high
water. The hiae fre-het barely rvnchliti! lhe lower
llom-S-nott thet least damae ;ws donie to) Cotton.
A. W. . ill devote his pier"sonal attentaiown.
xcli:sively : the busines, and hopes l:'o frion lng ex
pr~ience.,oi . I-sire to p'ease, 0hat none will leave
thle estahish men t dial tistied.
Those who paitronize our Ware-Tonse, will lie
kept const:nt'y advised cof the state of the produce
Cal advanevs made on produce in store, when
d e.red. A. WALKER,
. D. L. A J).\31S.
Oct 27 Gml 41
AT TH E OLDI) sT.\Nr) OF S. & J. GILBERT
CHARLESTON, S. C.
& E. M. (ilfM ERT continue the
K * C A lUU.\l ! E 'IWSIN EnS at tile above stand.
Nos :5 and dt. Wentworth Street, where they will
ie pleased to exhibit to their old friends and 11.
tolers aI Very
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
coimprisine those of their tawn nineatture togethe
Vaiails other styles usually fautai in this imiariket.
Thi' lon a neianintai:.ee with this narket as
mutil aturi-s notil Ilealers will ennble iete to
other great indltneenitis to purchasers both in style
ANOTiIER SCIENTIFIC WONDER
Great Cure for Dyspepsia!
DR ROUGHTON'S L TlI FlUID, or
- Onstric .l u icc.
or thei taurth 'Stamine
oh the Ox, aftr direa
tionis ofI llao' Ttrn,
the. greaIt P'hio logien!
- C h e ist, by J. S.
-Debiliy, Curinaa~ alkr NATUT:WS~ OWN 31]: taOri
2~Naur s nwn Abent, theo Gastrie .uIce. Itinif a tenaspoanmitil
of' t'EP IN inuel in w:ter, itlligest air aliassotvt. Five
Pl.:'IN isl' ath ci elaeinent. ar lireat I) IGESTtING
Pra~h of' the I itstre .hiltai-the solent aaf lte I1-'oad, thei
Pur iin-r. I're:.-rvin;,: niii I timin!aitn Agent ofr thet Sitmneht
:ntai intes.tintes. It I.' extrtiat ira -h m ti''- li;:estive' stalnimeh
a ti' I l\, tatta tiarmintg na T I:'E t) lET IVE y-rt. IID.
praemIl like' t hataiurni 1 ;:-srrie' J~'e in its I t'hentael pnw
ara, nnial fnhinig n1 Wi.31PL!-:T'E anid PaEI:FECT Sci.
('1 a ll h .\g n't. :miia "at a tiese'riptive' ('ir'ta r,' '"ratia.
'ivina-' a ir''e taonntt at of t lFNl lC F.V i l'N('-'. ion:
,: a~ a.-: i ttt.\ imt: I 'hitav':1 Jr. Combtit..'a Phyasiailig orl1)ii.'s
tiln tlr. Perenairai oa E-'ial taind l Ilat : l i. .laahn W .Iapr.
of .'w Yo'aark. Uiversilv: Prof. an~i:a!ti''n's Phiasiology:&c..
t*- I her ith~ rLpi.is 0 eures f'riom alt parts of' 1 tle t
NO ALCOHOL, BITTERS OR ACIDS!
1a tanettnhir this': ttr. IIala-in' l''l N ta ri eca
Niaiurit !aeml,. t'r-- frint A\l.CI tll., il~TT' :I. ACi -
tatl NAUS1-:01' Dtti~ s. It is extremeli'y agree:ztble ta
thea taeti. tautla3 tia hea tae hv liae nlist feebletu punlienits whota
e-inni t nt a:l: wan r aer:eki'r without :aaeatae riitr'.'ss. Itewrare'
ait' lrnag- iant:.ios. Pepstin'i ia nal n dtrugl.
El: lIE: I-$1N F.E \ ' I T)OWN !
Pr. Irotii on~tt's l't:ri's tas nowS baeen ti'.taed, ror ntpwardi
atf tnwa ya:sri. in aevery Ilarare tiawn iln theI tnid $tatas, tiand
t lhe \::etS can refter lipp epaties tao ininny remaztrkaleI Ure's
in *'vev Townt! Nitntiraus dtails of enreet. eeartilaenatas if
Phyasi..nns anda P'atkit. nrae givena ini fte Circulars funsilahied
Pepsin in Eui~d and Fowder.
Dr. tlouittin's 'lPI N is parepaaredt In Poawder nnda In
Flutiat I.'arm-nnein Palre-iriptiala viata fr the two'a aar l'hy~si
Maes. 'Ttie Paweter wiitll ' senltaV~ .3ttlt, rrfareen Paiage, f..r
tin.- t)ottir. setItoaa ir. I titughttn. Phiainlmaaahina.
I 'rI iiate irena!nira f-r l'hyasic-iinns itay bea at:aeta at' Dr.
..Ikis new re-me~Iv mrt' basea. As it is NaiT A SI-EllT~'
Il .M.1.:1 aj'. nta aahje'eti-:a enta haa raiied ngma'nt is aa tay Phyi
I IN -: Ot11.L.\I per t'iatrie.
Evaerv laattlte oft til-NIINE- l-:'SIN heats the wrrittaen
s ianattnrre af .1. S. tionarlhltn. .\1. 1).. salt' praprietoar, Phiiiadl
. 'tatoh by ili I r~:.:g-s aiat Deta:lers In Med(iaelnes.
7"$011. nio byti.iT..I'-: N, E-alaefialad C. It.: WAl:D
L~t W &15(IN,.\ bheitic.1.: t'nAi.\T&t.iAtES, Neaw
ber, u 1.\ 1 C!El iITOttt'N, Italaaurg, . C.
* D R. D EN N IS'S
Jantndice'. Siark lIcad-achet, Di:ineiss. Loss of
*A1,ppetite'. Con'tipation ol' the' Brncels, Piles,
causedI'i inI Caost'ire'ness, Pain in lte Dntrels, or
RIeaa;uIi.'m~, rausead bym~ the' u.se of Mercury.
r r lhi'- P R EPA IIATI'ON is tmadte as pure~ as posasi
. lea. Its hitte'r tact'. andu bienictial etl'tets in
<li-ieea air t ha' I.ivetr, nndia diseaises arisitng frtaman im-'
.pure slate o. the fIloodaa, proave it to tie the
P'URESTV AND 3iOSTI USEFUL
,pre'paraion oaf Sarsparilla that is made.
- Thoaase. whao havae uised the va riatns praratr~ionsl of
-Sarsapa ritla will hind, hiv the iaste anrd etTeet. thtat
- thare is molare Snrsaparilia ina one tbottle aaf D)r. Dixx
iS' preptaratiaan, than ini halt' a doazena bottles ais it is
Its ialterative anal mildly puireative effects upon the
hiowels, matkae it i. tainly a gaaaaa astbst ituite faor aler
enry'. buit niaefutl itn remtlovintg all dlisease~ ariminig from
the ttiartident no aif 31ierenirv.
O:f repaaredI otnly by .3. 1DENNIS, M1. D., Antguts
t aathl hsi A. G. Totus anal G. L. Prsxx. Edliefielad
C. IT.; P. M1. Conits anda Car.y & ('ot'rnirsn,
- Chlarle'stont; Hloawt irant & lto'r nnda F. ('rn'is.
Cohnnitbia; A. .1. Cn'rtteros.. Hlamhinrg: Wat. IF.
ITrT'. D). 1. Pttvaan, Irli riain & Rtisisv. WV. F.
&~ . l TanPtN, 'a. K. kITCataiN, lBa.rTT & Can
'itxn. Atngutsta. Gen.. nal by Drnigists generally.
aPre-$1 per biottle ; 6 hairtle foar .95.
r W Rin-in-r to ask for DENNIS' GEORGIA
SARStA PA~d LLA.
Jumne :lG. 1851 t f 23
-~N Sunday last. ait Ponttersv'ille nenr my alnwel
a 1:ne. a S'.\ LL YE1LLOW, P'oCET POOK(
- ih a bhiek strinag tiead nrounal it, conitanlinig lie
' twveen sixty anal sevetyi-tive dllbars. lin thea last
fath aof thme flalak there were otie two, nnad six tat
sevel aanet dalihar hi'Is. The trest taf the moneyt~a was
ina live doalnla ills in the baek faddsi of' the IBooak.
Thle Pocketra' liuaak nisa contains savral nteas and
papers. A ny ane finding~ the samie tad re'turnmltt
it tao me with its econtents wsilI be su~italy rawardled.
-Mrch m .... ..tf
J ard'ena Grass and Field Seed.
K G t nd FR Esl ::ssortmetnt. has nagnin
- ived andl arte ofreredi far sale, how' fair Cash.
by WoM. HAINES.
31.ir'ehist, Augusta, Ga.
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSA, CHRONIC OR
NERVOUS DERIlITY, DISEAS'ES OF
THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES -ARISING FROM
i Disordered Lirer or Stomach, sutch as Con
stiplation, Ineard Piles, Fullness or Blood to
the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nansen,
1Heart--hiu n, Distgst for Food, Fullness or
We'ig/ht in theStomach. Sottr Ernctations,
Sinking or Fluttering at tire pit of the Stomach,
Smimming at the Head, Hurried and Difficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Suffocating sensations trken in a lying posture,
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs he ore ther
Sight, Ferer and dull pain in the Head, Defi
riency of Perspiration. Yellorness of the Skin
and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back. Chest,
Limbn, aj-c.. Burning in the Flesh, Sudden
Flushes of 'Hecat. Constant limaginings of Eril
and Orcat Depression or Spirits, cnn be effect
unlly cured by
CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS
DR. C. 19. JACKSON,
AT THE GERMAN M1EDICINE STORE,
120 Arch Strcet, Philadelphia.
TIF.R power over the above disenses Is not excelled-I
equaleet-by nny tther prepnralitin i the U nited States, an
the enres alitl, *in many cases after skilfid physicians lad
These Bitters are worthy the attention of invalids. PAs
sssing grent virlues lit me rntitication of disenses of the
Liver And lpser ginnls. exercising the most searebing pow
etrs in wenkness unit affections of the digestive organs, they
are withal. safe. certain and plensant.
Read and be Convinced!
The etlor of the "I'osTo-, Iik," said in his paper of the
2:ind of June list :
Pin. 110er1..in's CFI.tlnn.Tr, Grr.'.3AN rITrr.as for the
cure (o 1.iver Complaint, Jnurlice. I )y.pepsin, Chronle or
Nervous Debility, is deservedly one of the mtost popular
melicines of the' dnv. These iiniers lne beei usedI by
lhusials. Ani Afriei'id At our eltol says he filns himself re
erivett an effectual nnel permaent e:re nr T.iv r Compjlaint
from, tie ue of this remedy. We Are enivined tia, im the
lise (if these lIitters. the patient constlantly gaims strength ad
vigor-i fuat wiorthy of great consideration. 'They are plens.
ant in I asfe Anid -mell, and eon be used by persons with the
intst de'licate siniiclis with vafety, miler nny elreumr-lnecm.
We are speaking from experieitce, and to the allietcl we
dvise their use'.
"SCnoT's WI:r.xLY," one of the best T.iterary papers pil
PR. lonrt.AND's C rlPit.iN Il tr.nmnihttrefl by Dr.
Jackson. tre now recotmmeided by toie of the malt prroni
neit imembers of th f(ncultly :ts anartiele of tiich eftleacy in
e'ses f femii:ie weakness. As such :is the ase. we would to(d
visie nll mothers to ntbtain A bmttle. iil thus save tIieimelves
tmuiii sickncss. P'rs'onsi 4f detbilitntel eonstitution will 1iad
liese hittlero adlvanotigeous to) their health. as we know fran
experience the siluttary efwect they have upon week systemas.'
The irnn. C. D. 1ltsr..isr, Mayor (if the City of Camden
.ltoor.AnDS Gr.. Prrr.s.-We have seen mianv
thatttering notices of tis meicine. &unot the source ftrn which
they et'atne iitltecil us to ike imiuiry res'pecting is merits.
Fromin Iquiry we were peri'Numiictled to use it. anil mst say
we found' it .specifle in its eistion upon deisecasts (f the liver
and digestive organs. And the powerful influence it exerti
upon nervous pritsration is reatly surptrising. It atims and
strengtthens the nerves. bringing thein leto a state of repose,
making selt refreslinmg.
If this mediciine wats more g-nerntlv use. we Are entsfiled
these would Ibe Ites siikie. 1s from ilte'stoineh. liver.and
m-rvous system the grat m:jnrity of real and iinaaginnry dis.
":ses eml.:IMi:tIe'. Iave them in n healthy enndition. and you
calm hitl etlatnie to elitemies generally. This extraordtinnry
medicine we would advise our friends who are at all indi
posed, ti give a trial-it will reconmmend itself. It should. in
fat. he fi every family. No other nedicine ean prluce
sielt eviolences 4f merit."
Evileiee upon evitaence has been received (like the fore
gtinig) frim all sections of tie Union, the last Itirre years,
.And the 'tron-est testinony in its favoir, is. that there is inore
,of it used in tri, practice of the regular Plhysicians of PI'taln
delphin.than all tther nstrunimscotmbined, a fueletlitt can ensi*
IV lie esablisled. and filly proving that a scientifite prepara
tion will meet with their qiet upproval when presented even
In this form.
That this medceine will cure T.iver Complaint and Dyspep
sin. noone en.in ailthit anfer uing It as lirected. It aets sie
eintaly 11o)1n the stonneh and liver: It Is preferable Ito enlt
mel in' ALL lL17US DISEASES-the etrect Is nintedi
ate. They ca be :lmtninistered to females or infantst with
sfy Ial'i relinle beiefi At ainy titmle.
Look well to -he marks of the Genuine.
They have the irit:en siginature tif (. M. J.EON
uponmi the wrapper. ttd his name ltwn fi the itlte, without
whkch they ae spuartinus.
yr'For sale Wh'ltesale anti Tetail at thec GER3MAN
31MhiCrINE- uSTOl:E. Not.12n.\relt sireet, nt' door helowm
ixit. Phliidelphina; niad tby respieeble dealers genernly~
trutgh the country.
Ta ermlet all ein-ses otf invalids to enijoy the ad'vangesoel
ther great restoratIve poes 5is.i.r. HoJ,in Urstxs.
g~7 Also, for sale, In thIs Village. by
G.'L. PENN, Aar.NT.
Sept 1, 1S.52. 1y til.
DR. R OG E RS'
LIVERWORT AND. TAR !'
A SA~E aniraneuefrC
ICroup, Asthumn, Cansunmption of the Lungs
Spitting of Ulottd, Bronchitis, ilooping Cough, ard
all Puhanonar'y A ffeetions.
A Lovely Young Lady Cured of
Ttnv following is from the pen of War. HT. LEvvI
soN, Esq.. the dlistingiuishedi editor of the U'. S. Mi111
ai' anid Naval Argns. undter. dale of Newi York,
Jauary '2f', 1851. What couhld be mare conchnsiv'e!
"iIt is relom we permit oureelvcs to neceapy a
spae ini these 'oluamnas to speak ini praise uof any nr
tie in the patent metdicitae way ; baut n lhen wie see
the life of' a fellow crentuare raved bty the tate of any
meiciine whatever. we consider it as aiar right, if
aot our dtlty, to give a simple stutlement oft facts,
halit others mnvn. in like mainer, be btenef'itted. 'The
'ase whtieba has'iiinduced us to pen this article was that
if a youngt indvy of our egnntaintlance. n lo by fregnenit
'xpsutre t)o the night air. conttractedl a 'oil whtichl
'ettled ean the Lungs befoire its ravages could be
stvi'd. (This toerntrred two years ngoa this intaer.)
Va'riusa remaedies were used. hnt n iah very little e'flect
tr bieneit.-.The Cotigh grew worse, with copiotts
expetrti.nt.nand the sunken eye.nntd paile, hoillowi
heleki totld pliinlIy that ptuhntinaary disease was dhtine
its worst on her delicate framec. The finm'ly phiysi'
emtn was consultd. annl abhoutgh lie wonilt tnt adimil
i the ymmng laidy that sihe ra'nhly land the Conseup
tion, yet he wouild cive no eincouaragetment as to a enre.
At this crisis haer muther was perstanded to maike
ase ttf a bottle of Dr. Rogers' ('tmpouand Syruap of
Liverwort and Tar. natd w'e are happy to sla:e she
was perfectly cured in less thtan three moth~ls lby thti
m eicinie alotne. after evena hope was de'stroyved. 'It is
useless to eommt'nt .m, snehl a eanre as thtis. fttr the
siple trth wi ill reacha where poli'd fiction neverm
ca. If anty dhoa'ht the athtentic'ity of this stn temnt
let them cadl at Ihis Ofire.-U. S.'Military anid Na
TEST~ImONT OP TH E PRESB.
Froim the N. Y. Courier, Anag 13.
Da. Raotans' Svit UPor Lav~Eii'wT .IND TAR.
We have hieard of several imapnriant e'tre's rec'ently
efrected lby this excelhent metdicinal preparatin, andh
in oine istance that enme undoer titr t'hwervaiion, we
en speak conafidenily. One tof onr employees .wbo
ahasfTeredl severelv' from a long standing cold, mdm
ring the ptast week'enmmencel thie mse if this medi
iie, anid his Cold hans cntirely disappea red.
From the N. Y. Mirror, Seph. 2.
L.vrnwon-r AND TAnt.-Of the v'ircnes of Dr. Rog
ers' 'iingh Medicines pre'paredl from t he etave aria
'les, it is neaedless ntmv to speak : its eticacy' in speedi
lv enrinug Citngh'ls. Cttlds aitd ther long copl~lainths,
whlich tiio fretquentiv, if neglected, riesull it C'on
sumtionttu. is too well establi-lhed ini public confidene
ho need enaligy now.
From thec N. Y. Diespatch, Aung 25.
Wxs lhave heretofore taken oc'nsioan to give onr tes
timony in favor of 1theienrattive piroperties oaf Dr.
Rogrs' Compond Syrmep itf Iivervort and'I'nr, and
wiuldh luere repeat the advice alreaidy give'n, tior all
persons whoic are afihietedl wvim tonsumption. or atny
if hen premomnitory symptoms, to meaake a trial of Dr.
gTY' Thie Gen'nme is signed AyrnnEw floGEss. acn
tie teel plate engravedl n rapper nrouniad eacha bottle,
atd is sold ii holesale aced retail by
S('OVIL & MEAD,
1h3 Chartres sIreet. New Orleatus,
Sthe (;eneral A gents ftmr time 5.'onthaern States, to whom
all oters must be aiddresed.
gg Sohal. also by G. L. PENN, Eudgefteld C. H1
WADAW & DENDY, Ahheville C. H.; PRATT
& JAMES. Newberry, A. .J. CREIGHITON, 11am
hmrg, So. Ca.
April 1 tf I1
Hamburg & Edgefield Plank R'd.
r iIS RO.\ r) is now open for hraeh from linm
Jburg to the 01.1) W EI~.S, ta the' Pine llouse
Road, anmd by the $1artint Towno Ulranch front 11am
h tmrg to noer the ne~w liidge oaver Sttevents Creak.
Personts travellinag or senidinmg theair Wagonas or
Vehiciles to Illumhuarg lay thte ithrtin Towsn Road,
ennt nynil thtemtselves ttf the0 Uranich Plaunk load t
H-abrg. by turinmg to thme heft, hnamf a mile above
lihy's Chutrebi, by wvhich they illh avoid ahl thec
aills atd sand oat thte Stlatin Tiiwin Road.
The Road will be comnpleted from lanmburg to.
th Pine Ilouse atbont thme hit of Noavembero.
Rates of Toll.
Four, flvc andi six horse Wagnes, 5 ets per mile
Thr eee * " 4 ". " i"
Tw Caarrintges 3 "i "t "
U orshneck trnvellers, "' i 4 . at."
'Vihis oin mneet'ng, are ench enitith'd to half thec
P L ANK T- A CK, and ie Drivers arc required to
tun to the "t R1101 T !"
IT. A. KENIUCK, Presitdent.
IT..L....bur ,4 8 e" 3.4
T HAVE this day associated Mr. TIIOMAS E.
111TT in businesm with, me, which will in future
be tranracted under the firm of powis & IlTT.
S. E. BOW.RS.
Hanmburg, Nov 5, 1852.
ALL persons indebted to S. E. Rowns, win
L please tall and pay their notes and account:,
as I ai desirous of closing my old business inme
dintely. S. E. BOWERS.
llanburg, Nov 5, 1852.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Tf KEEP eonstantly on hand a large and
T well nasorted Stock of G R OCERIES, viz
Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee,
Nolasses, Syrup, Nackerel, -
Whole, lalf and Qunrrer fharreis, and Family Miere
lackerel in Kits,
SPER3 4. ADAMANTINE CANDLES, LA"ff
AND LINSE ED OIL, RAISINS. A.
MONDS. NUTS OF ALL KINDS;
Fresh Lobsters, Salmon and Sardine,
C A N D I E S,
SPICES ALL EINDS, SMOEED EEF &TCNGUE4
FINE OLD BRANDIES, WINES,
Nectar, Eagle and Rye Whiske's
A Well seleeted Stock of CROCKERY anJ
GLASSV WARE. BOM EIS & IJITT.
Jlambuirg, Nov 5, 1852. tf 43:
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
AK ES this method of returning his thank. to
i his friends.annd patrons, for the pntromage ltd
has received in the Itnte of Drugs, Miedicines, &e.
lie is now recit lug an addition to his already
extensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Stuffi, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop r'urniture, &c.
THE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
Flive Cigars and Tobacco,
Of his own and Northern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, Hair, Hat, Shoe and Tanners Brushe
Tinctures & Medicinal Ccmpounds,
made under his own supervision in strict
accordar ce with the U. S. Disp'ry.
The usost Reputable Nostruan,
All of which he will sell at prices that will compare
favorably with any Southern market. Those wish
ing to purchase artic in his lire will do well to
call and examine his Stock and prices.
Edgeflield C. IT.. Jan 22 tf 1
WARDLAW & WALKER,
FACTORS AND COM1MIISSION
North Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
Coi::ssioxs roft S .lNG CoTToN,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
T HE Suhscriber having formed a Co-Partnership
with 11r. W. A. WA RDLA W, of Charleston,
formterly of Abheville, S. C.. for 1the purrose of do
ing a GI',NallAL FACTOlTAG H and COiAht1S
SION BUSINESS, avails himself of the tve-ent
opportunity, of returning his sincere tainks to his
numerous friends for the liberal pationage betowedt
i foir a number of years rast,-and in moving. tenders
the sirvices oft the nlew concern of WI A RDLA W
& W ALE ER, Charleston, where lhe hope~s many,
if not all his old patrons will find it to their interess
to ship their prodnee.
The recent arrangements of the South Carolina
flail Road Company wil) enable them soon to have
a Depot n the city of Augusta. therthy save the
e.1pense of Toll, and very greatl facilitate the for
warding of produce of iny 'kit.>31r.Jons C.
REF.:, Agent of W. W ,inAtigs:i,yil aftend
to the forwarding of all prodiee that their friends
m.iy feel disposidto, send them, fee o.c'~."<
THE SOUTH CAROLINIAN,
PUBLISHED DALY, TRI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY,
AT COLUMBIA, S. C.
'T HE Subscribers take plensure in neknowledging
Ltesuppiort they have received inee they to-ok
chiarge of the SOUTIl CAROlIINIAN. They
have spared no toil or effoart to render it worithiy of
such support, andl they beg leave to announce to
their rendlersatnnd to the pubalic their determination
to dlo e'V(rytlinfg that ent lie done to mnke it an ac
eeptablle joura il. .The extenasio'n of Rail Roads in
the interior will affmn d1 a tine ofjparitmity to country
Irendr. rs to oth~ain thle tesu t intelligence, nnans we
receive aly telegriphuie despmntehes direct from thme.
North andi from Charles~ton, they will get tihe earli
est news througth its~ colluns.
Our termas, in necordlance w'th, the resolution.
nloijtedl by the press oft the Sitate, witl itnvariably be
in ndavante... JUnily paper f:;, Tr'-We.kly $3, anti
Weekly Cauroliniani 2 perntinnm.
JOllNSTON & CAYIS.
Columbnia, Jan 29 4tg 4
state of South Carolina,
EDGEFIP.ID DISTRICT, *
IN COMMbON P'LE.1 S.
Win. D. Jennings, )
n. *Decl. in Allihment.
r 1 litifi in the above ense having this day
filedan feelaration in myv Oitice. and! the De
fendant having nteither ife. nor Attornecy known
to residle within the limits of this State on wham a
copy of said Dee.lara.tion wvith, a rulc to plead enn he
served :J OnMotion of 3Mr. Toursts, A ttorney for
Pliitilf: Ordered, TIlmt said D~efendaunt appear.
andl pleadl to said D~eelaration wvithain a year ad a
d:av from the date hereof or judgment by default
will be entered against hsimt.
TriiOS. G. B.\CON, c. F.. D,
state of South Carolina,
IN SOMMON PLEAS.
L ucius Untteh,)
a ~ '- Atfachment.
Tilefer. & Tot: bet, S
IllE P1hantifi' in then above cnse, having this.
d day fileda his declaration in my Office, atnd the
Defenmitd t havinag neither wife nor Attorney known
to resie within the limits of this State on whom a
Icopy% of ,aid dlee~aration with rule to plead can be
.'erved : On mnot'ott of Mir. AOLran, Attorne.y for
Plaintitf: (Ordered, That said Defendntappear anmi
plead to said declaraition within a year and a day
from the date hereof, or judgment wvill be rendered
ngninst hint by defautlt.
TIIOS. 0. BA CON, c. r.. n).
Clerk's Office, Oct 13, 1852. ly 41)
State of South Carolina,.
1N COMDMON PLE AS.
as . Decl. in Attachment.
Richard Railey. )
1 lE Plaintitf in the above case having this day
I filed his D~eclaratioin in nmy Office, and the lDe,
fendant havinig neither Wife tnor Attorney known
to reside withtin the limits of this State on whom a,
copy of salid D~elaration with a rule to plead can
he served, On motion of air. MAlnaa, Attorney
for PininttilT: Ordered that said Defendant appens
and plead to sntid Dclarattionts within a year and a
day from the date hereof, or judgment will bQ
awarded against him by defnult.
TllO-$. G. A CON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, Junec i,.152. y 20.
Tca, Candles, Sugars, &c.
B3L.\CK, Ilyson, Gunpowder, Imperial andt
o n I lyson TEA, in Ihalf, Quarter, Eighth.
oxsadCatties, also a.t rekul.
Spetrm, Adamnantine and Star CANDLES;
Crushed, Powdered tad Clarified SUGA R,
Tutrpetntine, Toilet. and Shavine SOAP.
For sale by E. IIODG ES, A ca-r..
Nov 29 ti 448
LLT2 Persons indebted to the Estate of C. ..
.1 (Glover, dee'd., are reqnested to make immne
dinite payment. atnd those hnaving demands ngninut
said estate, will present them properly attested.
JOHN RAINSFORD, Adtm'r.