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"HE WILL NOT COME AGAIN."
Twas but a word-a careless word,
In pride and passion spoken,
But with that word the chain that bound
Two loving hearts were broken.
The hasty wrath has pasd away,
But bitter thoughts remain,
Ia vain she looks with tender glance
Ile will not come again.
No other lover may light her path,
No other move his heart,
Yet changing seasons conic and go,
And find then still apart.
Iler once bright cheek is paler now,
His bears a trace of pain,
Their days aro weary. sad-and yet
lie will not coie again.
They meet as strangers, calm and cold,
As cahnly, coldly, part,
And none may guess that tranquil mein
Conceals a wounded heart.
To him the world hath lost its light,
For her all joys are vain,
Nor hope, nor ieinory bring relief
Ile will not come again.
Alas' that lore, long tried and warm,
Should wither in an hour,
Alas: that pride o'er human heart -
Shou!d wield such fearful power.
Oh ! weep thou not for those who die
For them, all tears are vain
But weep o'er living hearts grown cold
Who ne'er can love again.
GET UP EARLY.
Get up early ! time is precious,
Waste it not in bed
Get up early! while the dew-drops
O'er the fields are spread ;
Get up early! when the red sun
First begins to rise;
Get up early : when the darkness
Fades from earth and skies.
Get up early! it is sinful
To be wasting time;
Get up early ! while the dear b:rds
Sing their niorning chime.
Get up early ! while the Ilowers
Blush upon the sod; I
Get up early ! while all nature tl
Blesses nature's God. fi
Book Farming. pt
The world is full of " old fogies"-ultra Pe
conservative men, who worship the shado. he
wy phantom of the past, and maintain a y
baughty contempt for the things of the pre. b
sent. They obstinately shut their eyes to
the modern revelations of science and phi
losophy, and cling with unbending tenacity
to the manners, customs and opinions o.:
their great grundlhther. T[hey love old
things because they are old. They shuin rail.
roads and steamiboatts as inventions of the ,l
devil, preferring to trust the old gray mare c
of their fathers, rather than foster modern to
Of~ all the "old fogies" in the wvorld, the .1't
"old fogy" farmer is most unreasonable, "ug
and the most intolerable clog to the wheels PC
of progress. Th'le art of the farmer is atc
eminently one of progress. Mechianicatl in. for
genuity and scientific discovery have largely th~
.contributed to its atdvancement--have opened ~
a field of inquiry and experiment, which pro- its
mises unlimited benefit to the agriculturist. nu
Improvemtent is thme order of the day in the ,ben
field, and none of the arts is more susceptible - alid
to the influence of progressive spirit of the g'
age, than that of the fairmer. thme
But how is the former to avail himself of a hi
this information, which shall not only make pecr
his fortune, but make him a wiser man and a
a more'useful eitizen ? Hlow, but the press, ahk
wvhichm is the Archimiedeatn lever that shall
move the world ? The press is the enginie "i
of priogress, the channel of advancement, thes'
prinmcipal agent of art, seience and philoso. cosl
phy. It will tell every man in the laind pre. n
cisely what has been done in his art ; it will ee
carry to his very door the results of the renC
chemist's experiments ; and it wyill bear to "irat
him the deductions of the practical operator. gil
It carries not only the theory of the scholar (hid
and the mysteries of the laboratorv, but the atk
every day experienice of the man who labors aiid
with his own hands. It is not the niedium tant
of abstract scienice alone, but also of thie ~i
practical observations of the plain, unscien. to
tific farmer, It is not a stiffnmonitor dealhine meai
in abstrtuse learinig which is beyond th~etr
comprehension of the unlettered, but a wnr
cheerful companion, which speaks as an "
equal, without the vanity of learnling or the,
unlettered, bt~t a cheerful companion, which U
speaks an equal, without the vanity ofma
learning or t'ae ostentation of the schools. we
Farmer A--, it plain and practicatl man,nn
sends to the newspaper the result of his ex. ntn
plerimnents, in raising corn, pigs or poultry ot
Farmer B--- may read it, if' he will, and ter t<
compare his own experience with it. Tlhis fsten
is one of the piipieal objects of an agzricul- or
tural journal--and this is what the oldt fogy Vt
fhrmer contemptuously styles " book farm- e u
Considered in relation to this branch of voi
its purpose, the agricultuial journal is simplyvi
a recordl of various experiences. When atso
farmer has been successful in any operation,pop
lie gives it to the world throughi the press, trias
just as lie would drop in upon his neighbor tries,
andl verbally relate it. '[his is that horrible shub
bugbear, " hook farminig!" hbu
But the press goes farther than this, and lessu
gives theory as well as practice. It platcesles
within the reach of the humblest farmer the some
deductions of scienice which may benefit hinm baj
in his daily occupation. b
Book fiarming has long been a reproach Ihis fa
among the ultra-conservative tillers of the W
soil. Why it should be so, more than book trious
doctoring, book preaching, or book politics, is nti~
we are at a loss to determine. 1s agricul- love t<
ture, then, only a mero mechanical opera. vance
tion, wvhich requires no skill of judgmient, chani
that can be increased by study and reflec- cr'atic
tion-no enlarging of the understanding that ,girl
can be proicu red by reading and experiment ? the ad
Not at all. Farming is only an art-a mere tea
mechanical craft-in the hianids of the "old set hei
fogy ;" but it is a science-a field for unlimni. mtechi
ted research-in the hands of the inquiring, eatrmn
progressive agriculturist-in the hands of wh d
the intelligent " book farmer." then bi
Thle Irish laborer wvould derive no appre- per or
ciabile advantage from books and parIis to Ideplo
aid him in the use of his pick and shovel- kntow 1
his work is merely mechanical-mnore of caition
the bone and muscle than the head; but thewtht
farmer-let knn not say that he can beconme by
no wiser, no more skilful in his callinig by above
the aitd of books. Hie could offer ne stroni?. have g
er indhicationi of his ignorance and bigotry. -. enable
New Enigland Cultivator. wvife gr
-- . ...-thaii gr
Dr. Simipsoni, of Edinburng, acting upon work t<
a hint recently throwvn out in Chambers'
Journal has been working wonders with MAN
conisumiptive patients, by having them well selves I:
xubjbed withi warm olive oil. men by
How TO 31.KE STRAWBERIES.--The foi
lowing instructions for increasing the pro
ductiveness of strawberry beds, was handet
us by Mr. Danforth for publication. It wa
sent by a lady of Savannah to Mrs. Shivers
of Wynnton, who handed it over to Mr
Danforth. It was obtained from a gentle
man of Savannah who has been eminently
successful in the cultivation of the fruit, and
from the phraseology of the direction, we
suppose it was originally published by som
man in Charleston.
Mr. Shivers informs us that Mrs. Shivers
tried it last year, and that a sinall bed which
had been before almost entirely unproductive
yielded in great abundance.--Georgia WV"alch
Those who know any thing about the
magnificent strawberries, and immense quan
tity of them raised in a bed thirty feet by
forty, for several years past in the garden
formerly owned by me in King street, may
like to know the process by which I cultiva
ted them. I applied about once a week for
three times, commencinig wln the green
leaves first began to start, and makin, the
ast application just before the plants were
in full bloom, the following preparation : Of
aitrate of potash, of glauber salts, and
salsoda each one pound, of muriate of an
nonia one quarter of a pound, dissloved in
30 gallons of rain or river water one third
ras applied at a time, and when the weather
vas dry, applied clear soft water between
he times of using the preparation, as the
rrowth of the young leaves is so rapid that
mless well supplied with water the sui will
corch them. I used a common watering
lot, anld made the application towards eve.
lig. Managed in this way, there is never
ny necessity for digging over the bed or
etting it out anew. Beds of ten years old
re not only as good, but better than those
f two or three years old. But you ilust
e sure to keep the weeds out.
SOAKrED CoRN FoR IonsEs.-One of tho
lost successful and judicious farmers in the
icinity of' Baltimore, effects a saving of frol
ne-third to one-half of his corn, by soakinr
thoroughly before feeding. His method
this :-Two empty vessels, logsheads, or
)mething similar, are placed in his cellar,
'here there is no danger from frost, and
led to the chime, with ears of corn. He
en pours in water till the receptacles are
led. When well soaked, the corn is 1W to
e horses, and when the contents of one cask
e consumed, it is again filled, and the ani.
ls fed from the other. Even cobs, soaked
a similar mainer, but in pickle instead of
ire water, are eagerly devoured by cows,es
ciallv if the usual allowance of salt is with.
Id. The corn cob contains a large qualti.
of nutriment, and is by far too valuable to
thrown away.-Germantown Telegraph.
Work for Children.
There is rio greater defect in educating
Idren than neglecting to accustom theni
work. Our children suffer from it. The
ents never consider wtether the child 's
rk is necessary or nlot to the child. Not
is more certain than thair future inde
dence andl comfort (depenlds on being
ustomledI to wvork-aceustomed to provide ~
the thousanld conlstanltly recurring wants
nature entails on us. If thiet were not
still it preserves them from b~-d habits;
ecures their hiealth ;it strenghitens both;
d arid body ; it enables them better to
r the continement of the school room,
it tends more than any thing else, to
theml just veiws of life. It is too often
case that chilren, provided they spend
df dozeii hours of the day3 at school, are
iuitted to sp~end the rest as they please.
Is they grow uip in the world withmout
owledge of is toils and its cares.
y view it through a false miedinm.
y cannot appreciate the favors you be
*', as they do not know the toils they
Their bodies amnd minds are enervated,
they are coiistantly exposed to what
vicious association are within their
hi. Th'le daughter probably becomes
pitiable helpless object, a novel reading
ThIe son, if lie surmount the corise
ces of your neglect, does it probably
his plainis and station for life are fixed,
wheii knowledge, in one of its impor
objects, come too late. No imn or
an is fully educated if not accustomed
aan ual labor. Whatever accomplish.
they possess, whatever their mientail
inig, a deduction must be made for ig.
nee of that imiportant chapter in the -
d's great book.
IEI. llINTs ON MATRIoNY.-No wo-I
will be likely to dispute with us when o
ssert that imarriage is her destiny. A riea
ma possibly fill some sort of an exis.ca
without loving ; but a woman with heaI
ng to love, cherish, care for aind minis- tm
, is an anm ll the universe-an ex- terc
.: without an object. It is as natural nun
womian to have some1 one to look to 'I
idvice and assistance, as to breathe, tie
Out, it 110 woman ever was or ever caniso
ppy.* It is the want of her nature, and
ng can satisfy her heart with such a rate
untilled. Now with the excepitionl of can
occasionial irregularities in the relative '
>rtioin of the sexes, produced by circum-.
es, such as the settlement of new coun- tab!
there is no0 reasoii why every man
d not have a wife, and every woman a "'I
uid, and this would easily be broughtor
by the exercise of commion seunse, andpr
mbition. Each sex is looking up forFo
ling above its own sphere. The son of
lustrious and successful nmechianic mlist "
irofessiorial man instead of follo wing in C
en lie looks for a wife, the tneat indus
daughter of a mechanic like his father,
good eniough for him, lie must make
some fine lady, wh-lo is an age in ad- Ja
-that is her grandfather was a me- -
instead of her father, a very aristo. Fr
distinction. Ont the othier hand, the r ail
ho wvorks for her living, earning it by
labors, would not deign to encourage Fa
dresses of a laboring mian ; she would
cap for a gentleman, forsooth. Thme Sulp!
nic's daughter educated Oin her father's Snu,.
;s to be a set of fops, aiid daughters He"i
rive honest nmen away ini disgust, and Sl,
3comnes thme victim of some sorry slhar- Lumj
shallow fool. Now, this is wrong- Mlum
ibly, wretchedly wrong. Girls should T'fii
.hat men superior to themselves in eda- Chee
and position do not always associate Aiamd
emi for good. Men should know that Mcedie
rrying girls educated in the habits free~ rr
their fortunies they are not liked to Oc
od wives. A little sound sense will O
any man to see it is better to have a
uteful for imoi-e than she can expect, T
urmblinig fortune; but hiorriWg,jolting Jj
Scome dlown.-llome Comipanion. l'url<
r young ladies make fools of them retait
y the looking glass, anid many y'ounng sanip
the drinking glhss Oc.
THuE TtU WAY To RISE IN TIlE WoRL
-it is only by plodding, active habits <
industry that we can liope to win our wa
through life. The race may be arduou.
but it is one which will well repay the con
petitor. Barrow justly says, " A nob
heart will disdain to subsist like a drone u
on honey gathered by others' labors, like
vermin, to filch its food out of the publi
granery; or like a shark to prey upon thi
lesser fry ; but rather ontdo his private ol
ligations to other men's care and toil b
considerable service and beneficence to th
public ; for there is no calling of any sor
from the seeptre to the spade, the manage
ment whereot', with any good success, an'
credit any satisfaction, doth not deman<
much work of the head, or of the hands o
of both. " Milton, who during an activi
life in the most troublesome times, was un
ceasing in the cultivation of his understand
ing, thus describes his own habits " Thost
morning haunts are where they should be
at home, not sleeping or concocting the sur.
feits of an irregular feast, but up and stir.
ring in winter, often ere the sound of any
bell awake men to labor or devotion : in sum
ner, as oft with the bird that first arouses,
or not much tardier, to read good authors,
or cause them to be read till the attention
be weary or memory have its full fraught;
then with useful and generous labors pre
serving the body's health and hardiness, to
render lightsome, clear and not lumpish
obedience to the mind to the cause of reli
gion and our country's liberty." Any man
that does not profit by such noble example
is an enemy to the public weal.
How MF- " BUsT UP."-Men with unas
surning wives never " bust." It is the bus.
hanis orsuch women as Mrs. Dash and La
dy Brilliant, who find themselves 'ae to face
with the Sherifl, and certain mysterious
documents adorned with red tapo and wa
fers, big enough for target exercise.
The desire of a New York feminine ie to
oulshine lier neighbors-not in mental ac
quirements, but in gingerbread ornaments
and goldedged coal scuttles. If Mrs. Dash
gives a game supper, woodcocks stuffed with
gold dust, Lady Brilliant takes the wind out
of her by getting up another, in which the
prevailing dish will be birds of paradise,
swimming in gravy made of melted pearls.
It is this rivalry, and not " dabbling in rail
road stocks," that brings ruination to the
last mlen of Wall-street. The "ill fortune"
of which they complain, is no more nor less
than a brainless wife. If they would come
back to happiness, therefore, they should
turn their attention, not to the fluctuation of
the stock in: r:et, but to the ruinous absur
lities of their own fireside. Thousand dol
ar repasts don't pay, while the meishant
who purchases hundred dollar haikercheil's
'or " a duck of a wil'e," should not wonder
f the time eventually conies when " a goose
>f a husband'' lacked shirts, and was but ill
upplied with breeches.
Ba CAREFUL now YoU SPE'A.-A word
as ofllen proved the ruin of a virtuous soul
word thoughtlessly spoken, it may be, but
eported by an evil inid-Suppress any'
ought, which if uttered, might injure the
haracter or f'eelings of'another. A thought
may be stilled at its birth, but atrord spoken
iay never be lost. Weigh everything you
uter, so that none maiy misconstrue your
miguage or receive a wrong inpressionl.
hore all, never, even in a jest, whisper
ords, which if' true, would thruw a blight
poni a spotless roputation.
SA NDIDA TE S,
FELIX E. BODIE,
F'or Tax Collector
H ALtN EY L A3MAR.
Tr Ilo3As i i. R t::S I:,
A. RL. ABLE,
R. II. IIOU'KNIIIT,
THIOS. G. BACON.
JOIIN W. $3'II,
W. F-. ItfItISUE,
It. T. WRIGIIIT,
Edgefield Male Academy,
ill tI Instituitio.n is openied fihr aniother viear und1er
tihe co.ntro.l of Mr. J. GREGG LEIThER,
last year's Teaceher.
'hie experience of a twelvemonith has frnlly ,'atis
iis that no more competent young gentlenman
bec founid in the State than the one now att the
I of our A cadcemy. The best proo~f of this ir
genieral satisfnection Civen by him Iast year,
kjd by the additional fact that his School, at the
nination 'of its first week for the seconzd year, d
ibered -43 Pupils.
'he- Trustees desire to assure the Public that
r united etibrts will be givetn to the cause of a
r Schiool, angd a c''ntinued and complete supervi
will he exercised b~y them over its progress.
Ir. LRITNEa will ini a shorit time procure a first
Assistanit, andI anyv number short of four score
then be well attendled to.
lie BuiiIling is in comiiturtabhle condition, having a
e large. lire-places (one in cach of the larger
ns,) andl beinic well supp1lied with conivenient ?
es and armi-chanirs of the best finish.
nece more we appea~il to the peopile oif Edgefield
the adjo.iniug Districts, for their euragemecnt
nr earnest enideavors to establish a first rate E.
iaratory School. l
the Classical Dr-artmeiit, per annum,. .$3i.00 to
" Ordinary "i " " " .. . 26,00 or
apitol boarding to be lad In pleasant families.
A RTilUR SIalKINS, ,
G K0. A. AIl>ISON,
LEWIS JONES, I 8
R. T. MI.MS. J n
nl 11tf 52 f
ish and Pure Medicines, &c,
tE Subscriber has just received a SE~LECT Ito
STOCK or Gin
mily Medicines, Chemicals, &c, s
--CONrsiTiNG iN i'anT Op-- the
ate of Quinine, Pure P~ill Mlass, Cu"
Carbonate of Soda, Calomiel, fri
y's Cal. Mlagiiesia, Cream of Tartar, Pu'
n Salts, Iodine, l
aite oif .\orphine, iodide of Potasseum, stri
I abiinsia, Strychiiin e,
s Elixir of Opitum, Faihinestock's Vermtifuge, L. F
pson's Eye Waiter, .\lAlister's Ointment, S
emian's Ilalsamn, Evans' Lanets.
Norwood's Veratrum Viride.
full supply o~f mo~st all1 the popular PatentA
ines ofI thin day, all of which are warranted
omn adulteration. maki
0. L. PENN. ACEXr. lifun
26 tf ' 41 aicctr'
[aunufactured Tobacco o O
T1 Rleceived direct from the Factory, Thirty -
tixes CII EWING TOBACCO, co'mprising
biice Brands ~: loniey De)w, Oronoco, 'A]I
aind l'remriuim. ' r sale by the Box. or at ..
it LOW P'RhOC. Don't fail to call and mnke
befire buinig elsewhere. aga~im
G. 1L. PENN, AGENr. miedir
A u ugusta Hotel1
W. Pe STARR, Proprietor.
THIS IIOTEL is now open for
- a s. reception of Travellers, and it will
e g the aim of the Proprietor to give sa
faction tu all who may favor him n
their patronage. It is centrically situated on Br
Street, and convenient to the diml'erent Rail Ri
Depots. Passengers by the Georgia Rail Ro
will be furnished with breakfast belire they lea
those by the South Carolina Rlail Road, with dinn
and thoseby the day train onthe Waynesboro' It
The FURNIEURE, BEDDING, &e., in t
Hotel is all new, and it will be the endetaor of i
Proprietor to render all who maty patronize I
comfortable during their stay.
Augusta, ,lar'27 3m 11
Boot and Shoe Manufactor
HAVING removed to the Sit
adjoining Dr. A. G. TEAoui
Drug Store. as usual, I am pi
pared to make to order, Fine Diess, Double sol
Water Proof and Pump
Boots and Shoes,
Of the very BEST MA TERL\IS, and an ezci
lent fit always warranted.
Also. on hand a largo variety of BOOTS at
SHOES of my own manufacture, which will I
disposed of on reasonable terms.
Nov. 18 tf 44
E"' N. B -Wanted, three apprenticeR to lea
he Shoe-making business. Please apply soon.
THlE GREAT KENTUCKY
DR. JOHN BULL'S
TIS medleine. when used according to directions, will
cure, without fail: -
or King's Evil,
of the Skin, Erysipelas,
Tumors, Chronie Sore Eyes,
Ringworm or Tetters, Scald Ifead,
theuma atinsm. Pains in the Plones or
Joints, Old Sores anti Ulcers, Swelling of
the Glandt. Syphilie, Dypspia. Salt Itheum,
Diseases of the Kidneys, Diseases arising frorn the use
of Mercury, Loss of Appethe. Pain In the Side andi
Shoulders. General Debility, Lnumbago. Coughs, Coils,
Dropsy, .laundice. Costivenems, Bronchitis, Weakness of ths
Chest. Sore Throat. Pulmonary Aifections, and all other
Diseases tending to produce Cenumption, Liver Corn.
piainee, Female irregularities and Ciomplaints, Low
Spits, Sick and Nervous Heidachae, Night Sseats,
Exposure, or Imprudence in Life, Chronic Con
stitutionil 'Diseases, and as a Spring arid
Bummer Drink, and General Tonic for the
System, and a Gentle and P'leasatnt
Purcative. it Is superior to Blue
Lick and Congreus Water,
Salts, or Seidlits
It tis a remarkable fact, that among the hundreds of
eminent physicians who have exanine~d te recipe by which
Bull's Sarsapasrilla is prepared, not one hasl condemned
it, but all approved It, and conrmend It it. the highest
terms. 31tany phytsiciane express thtemselves strongly in
the belief that it is decidedtly the best preparntion of Sar'
saparia that tas ever been plhced before thte public.
Although there ace many phayaaciasm whac feel a reluctance
to having their names appended to the recommndation of
any particular remnedy, not withstanding they may approve
of It in the highaest degree, there are others who frankly
yield their uprtin favor of a runedy which they know
icapable odong so much goot in an aicite'l nom
munity. As an evidence, read thei roltowcing front old and,
respectable physicians, of ligh~ stau~ding in the connunity
in which they lire:
87 Testimony like the followiry renders superfloums all
conmments or. the efiency of Bl's Sar.eaparilla. Froan Dr.
L. I'. Yandell, Professor or Cihe, *'ry In the LouisvIlle
SMedical College: I htave looked over the list of ingredlents
composing John Dull's Comupound Extract of Sarsaparilta,
and hiavet no beelitation in saing that they forma a safe
comapound, and one that proanises weil in chronic diseases,
to which it is applicable. L,. P. YANDIEL L, Mt. D.
Lousvisrlle..June 6, 1948.
Whtat Dr. P'yle.. phtysician by appointment to the Iouiy
ville Marine ilospital, says of itflll'.arsaparilla :
l.ot'IsVILLE, ltarch 20, 1840.
I hare examined the prescrition for rte preparation of
John ltul's atarsaparillas. anad I believe the combalination to
ha an exellent one. and well calculated to produce an alter
stire, iunprei.on on te system. I hnave used It both in
public aund private practice, and thinak it the beet, article
of barsaparilla now in use.
M. PYLES, M. D.
Ilesident I'hysician Louisvillo 31arine Hospital.
Loenow, Ky,. A pril 25th, 1S8.0
Sta - Permit me to addres~s toyou a few hines.and d, me
the honaor to repty to a request that I wl mnake in the
aoncluaclon of this letter. &c.
I anm a graduate c f Transrlvania Medicai Universi ty ; I
mte practiced mtedicinte in this wilderntess coutttry, about
rIce years. but owinag to exisonure to litter cold weather, I
have been indisposed with Acute Jthaeumnatia about six
months After hauvingexhaausted toy skill in te treatmoent
sfmny case, and derIving no benefit, I was intduced to gi
rour l.uo Exta~cv or tsAs~aata a fair trial, and
accordintgly purchased a bottle of yourtaedicine fronm your
gent, Mr. George P. Brown, aboul. two weeks ago, tand I
nust conafess that one hottle las entirely cured mes.
It is my opinion, that your preparation of Sarsaparilla
decidedly superior to any othaer preparation now in use,
tad I will take great pleasure in recommnend:ing It to the
Jilicted au being a rentedlal agetnt, anad I will advise the
physicians to use It in their practice, &c,
Elcepectfully yours, 11. 1B. A LLEN, It. D.
Loctrsm.E, July 13th 1849.
I have examined the li~t or articles that comapose John
tull's Extract of Sarsaparia, and I have no hestitation In
aying that It is a safe and valuable compound. I would <
refer it to any article now in use, for the diseases srising
roam an limpure state of the blood or taint of tho system.
confidently reconamendki to my friends tas being a power-.
ni Extract, and onte that I believe will cure all classes of s
Lseases, for wichl it is recomnactded, If used accor~lintg to
irections. I believe it te be a valutable succedan-mn to
[ercury. - Nay, I have my doubts whether In tha moat
lolenit and protracted cases of Syphailis, accompanied with
odes Trophe, in caries of the bones, whether it ought
ot to succeed every other remedy.
S. it. MfcCONtCIITE, 31 D.
Htonorary Member of the .Medical Society, PhiladelphIa. r
127 Hecar, what Dr. Stapp, a pshysician who stande at the
p osf lais profesion, says of John llull's Sarsaparlla :
I have been usinig John Bull's Sarsaparitia in a great r
riety of chroalc diseases, with the tanost happiy se-ts, e
ad I have no hestitatioa in rerummatlending it tot the publie Ki
r the cure of scrofula, syphtilis, nnad all cutaneous and
anduar diiseas~es. Youtrs, me~st ferventtly
Lewispsort, Ky., April th, 1949. al STAPP, 31. D.
Rev. E. W. SEHON, -Rev. E. STEVENSON.
CoxcLtlsavE. -- Theo fotinowig is a verbaltm copy of a
rtinltlLot ntow in the pos.eesiona of the puroprietor of Dull's
rsap'arilla. Rter. Ei. W Schona Is widely andt generally
uown as an eloquoent and taccompailishaed pastor of thec 3t.
chaurch, and Itey. E. Sterenasoni htas been kntown as one na
te nest talented and zealous maebers thaat the Ken- et
cky Coniference could boeast of for anaray years, anil at
is timea is fliling the haigha and n-sponsible station of agent
the 31. It. hook Conacern,. Cane the worldI ptroduce better ui
moure etatisfactory testimaony in favor of tany nmedicine ? it,
trer testinonay then wyas ever olfered in faror of any r
dicine. .ltev. Kt W. Schton - Rtev. Ei. Steren'one: i
Loueaevar.:, 3hay 2th~, 149.
W~e have used Jot-n Dull's Sarsapiarillae, and have kntown
to be uneat, witha entire satisfaetion; anid we bare no
'tlltution in stamting our belief, that it Is a safe and
unable maedical compound, and catculated to produce I"
eta good and relieve mnuch sutgering; anod thecrefore ny
old cheerfully and muost earnestly reconuaend It to the fn
icted. Et. W. SEKION. 'lI
~Signed) Et. STEVENSON.
le earnestly invite all ns who are sulfering with th
Sof " tha Ills thtat flash is hecir to," to call on r. .John
Ii-s agent, atad get a copy of liull's Fiandily Journal
ars ; anti for thme sake of humeanity, we hope that a
gte individual will not be fount tunwilling to give B~ul's
saptarlila a 2aAL., after reading. and~ recollectinag, at the
ae tue, thaat it is hampossible for thae Doctor to publish
tentha part of the nunlber of certificatea of asteunding
es performted by lia Sarsaptarilla. Thte amonunt of teS- e
ony3 volunatarily. showered otn Dr. Itull's Sarsaparlila,
n well ktnownm tad distiunished indlividuals, both in I
tic and private life, laos been perfectly overwhaehning.
Ir. .ilahn hullfs Prinacipal O11ice, west side Eif'a Y
et first door below aaIn, LosatTL, Kr. n
7 Fott sale ina this Village, on Agetncy, by G .
pt28 ly 3
EGTa Persoens anlywise aidbted to thte Estate of der
.1,thn Wise, dte'd., are htereby requested to tan
immtediate settlenat, and those htavitng dle- prc
s agtainst snaid Estate w~ill le~ase render int their
:nts forthwith, properly ttested, aecording to I
:1. .L MIILLER. Exr.
t 26 if
Proas Not ice. '
.1eron indebted to te Estate of' Wart ren solv
I". Winn, decc'd., ate etanestly solicited to mtI
payment lhrthwith,. atnd those lhaving dentannds excl
4 said Estaie will pien:s' rtdert ltem.itt itm
tely. .J Ehl!?il l. I i NEIU h l , ! I'vM,.
BROWNING & LEMAN,
the French, English and German
h:I 200 aud 211 King-street, corncr of Market-Street
-ad Charlestons, S. C.
1d ARPETINGS.-Igrain, 3 Plys, Brussels, Ta
ad, pestry and Velvets,
e; CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin and
Pad Curtain Canbrics and Muslins, in large variety,
Embroidered Lice and Il asin Curtains, all styles,
his Gilt Cornices, in all the new desigue,
he Curtain Ginips, llders, Loops, Tassels, &c.
Im, Drapery Cords and Bell Ropes, in all varieties,
British and American Floor Oil Cloths,
Silver and Gilt Stair Rods and Stair Carpetings,
of all styles.
Wivilton, Yelvet, and Axmiinster Rugs, is large va
PLANTATION WOOLENS-Blikets, Pwa
Kerseys. Caps, &a.
lied and White Fluanels, ShirtingE, &e.
Cotton Osuaburgs, wf all the best daiuthern maim
ed EngIli and A merican COTTON FLANINELS,
Finch, English, and American Prints,
LINENS, of Riebardsom's noperior make, for
Sheetingus, Shirtings, Pillow Cases. Table Damsks,
l- i)oylies, Napkins, Tiellings, Ilackabacks, Fruit
Cloths, B. E. Diapers, Gruss Cloths, &a.
id Cloths, Causimeres and Yistings, of beat French
Servants' Cloths, in all the shade. of English
Satinets, Tweedas, Jeans and Lindseys, of all
-n qualities and styles. With a full assortment of
Rich Dress Goods.
In SILKS, TISSUES, BAREGES, G -
DINES, AINUSLINS, &c.
BomnbazinesjAlpieas and Mourning Goods, in
Evening Dress Goods, in great variety, constantly
All the above nre of our own Direct it.
portlation, and offered at the L 0 W E b T
Ternms ---C ASII, or City A eceptance.
tgi-The ONE PRICE SYSTEMl strickly ad- 1
hered to. All Goods warranted.
IWOWNING & LEMAN.
Charleston, Jan 30 tf 3
Spring Goods---New Styles! C
OUN P. SETZE, Auzrm.t. GA., has ki
J ust opened a large und elegant Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER OODS,
Received direct from the importers in New York,
to which he respectfully solicits attention.
Ladies' Dress Goods.
Rich Organdic NIUSLANS;
Rich Printed J A CONETS
Rich Figured BAHREGES;
Plain CRAPE DE PARTS; to
Rich Plaid India SI LKS;
Printed and Plaid TISSUES; A
Mourning BA REGES;
Plaid and Printed Mourning and 2d M1ourning -
A Lso-GLOVES; Silk and Cotton IIOSIERY;
Lace and Twisted Silk MITES, &c., &C.
A pril 12 211__ 13
rT ITf E Subscriber has just received a large lot of i.
JL Rich and low priced EMBROIDERI ES, eon- a
Lace, Book and Swiss Muslin COLL ARS; b
" " " " Chem,-'zettes
" "i "i " Undersleeves:
Mournin'g and Second Mourning COLLA RS: in
" " " SLEEVES.
"" " II'DK'FS'
Embroidered V~ite Crape SUTA WLS~
M~uslin Sleeves and Chemizettes, in setts, ke.
JOllN P. SETZK.'
A ugusta, Arpril 13 2mn 13
FOR GENTLEMEN AND BOY'S WEAR. an~
A LA RG E and well assorted. stock of the de
L.above GOODS, just, received by So
Jul IN P'. SETIZE- be
A ugusta, A pril 13 2m 13
ROOTS AND SHOES -
AT THE IRON PRONT STORE OPPOSITE THE
Nasonic Hall, Augusta, Ga.C
A\LDR}ON & OYL trar
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Carpet Bags, kc. Urn
R E nlow receiving their FA LL STOCK of wi
Ge.t~ nts.Ladies, Misses, Boys, Youths and Sd
Children's SIIOES of the
Finest Qualities, 1
And the best that cnn Ibe bought.
Our Assorimnt contains EVERY ARTICLE
usually kept in the largest Boot and Shoe Stores.
- -ALL VA RIF.TIK O
PLANTATION BROGANS ~.
A ND HO U SE S ER VA NT S' S HO ES foun,
All of which we will sell on the most reasonable
Auzusts, Oct 12 tf 39
GREAT SOU11TUE RN RLEME DY!
ChlOLERA, DISENTERY, DIARHI lGA, Trac
CHOLERA MOREUs, EuLIous COLo, A
A Lso, AD.WINAIIL ADArTED TO MANY D1NP.ASNN OF
EMxALus, HOST ESPECIALLY I'PI.! MRaSUATaoM.
THE rIl TEMS OF JM'OLR OORM)AL. A RE TOO
WELL KNOW TV ? REQJUlIR EXCOSfCM.&
1st, It cures ihe worst enles otflDiarrhoie: 29d. it enres the
worst fo.rmis *f isysutary: . It curanlfr.nin or Stexl- F
an tDirrrhore: 4th. It relieves the severest Ch'.lle: at. It Taek'
ires Chaokern 3forbus; 6th. 1t cures Cholera infanitum; S
th. It euresg liuninfiii Menstruation : sth. It relieves Pain In
tnek and Luins: 9th. It couinternets Nervousneise and Dei
pondency: Inth. It reistores lrregularities: It. It dtispels
loom~y and Ilysk-fricat Feelings; l2th. Ii's an admtirable
P ew short Extracts from Letters, Testimonials, &r, Ui
"I have need Jnaeuh's CirdlinI in ruy faily, anit have
mdit a most eflicient undt in my Judginent, as valunble
emuedy." Hon. lit 1AM WA itN Et,
Judge or Supiremie Coiurt, Ga. 50 i
" It give~s mec pleasure In being able to recomimend Jn-*
mlh's C.'rdila-my own piersuinal experience. aiml the expe- ogg
ience ofmyo neighbouirs and frienids arouned mec, ha a suiffl
at guranier for me to beclieve ii to be all that it puports 2
, bec; via: A Srreren /lernaly/." 200u
W.\t. ir. I'NItWfOJ), I 00
Formerly Juidge of Superior Court, Cheroikee (ircult.
" T iake great pleasure in recommemunding this invaluable
ciidicine to im ll ietted with hpowel dimseis, fur which I
etieve it to be ai suvereign remnedy-decidiediy supertior to " A nd
iay thing else ever tried by mec." A. A. GA AlLIING' assorti
Deputy ii. M. of the Grand Lodge of Ga.
" This el1cietmi remedyii is travelling ttu celeb~rity as fast
ti onapaurte piuhed his coilumins ito Russin, anmd gaining Bedsti
iinendatlun wherever used."
Georgin .Jeffersonian. May 19th, 1853. Iron
" I hiar, used JTacob's Cordini in, my family, andi this, with
that t ihear ahout it a a remedy biy thoise who have tried
Iiducs ime ti believe~ that it stanids at the~ hend if every A nil in
eparation of the kindi. niid I wiul recinmmenid its use in
c diseases foir which it is compoudedli." ccry b
MiLES (I. D0ttitiNS, Agent Itank of Ga., CriffIn. llin
"If there is any credibility in human iestimony Jnieb's -
reliah must stanud pir.emineint ahovenHi oither pireiparnitins
the cuire of Bowel Diseases. Fromia the imuss or testimo-ie
'in Its tav'ir coinig in, from ncii quarters. it must bie very ''
-in olvaner, nis a eurnative agent, of must if no't ali other bi
atent'phrepuhrnilins." A. Fi.E.\3i NG
A~genI irine and Firo Insumance itnk, G rillIn.
7" Fur sale In ih is villuge, by G. 1,. PEN N, Aoc ant nnd 3b
principal .\lehanits aiid Druggists ithroughiout the State. 3
WM. W. JJLIS6 & Cit., Preiprietors, avaunnah.
ttay 11. ___m~i 17 The
Fresh New Wheat Flour 11m
AND YEAST POWDERS.
UST Received Thirty Barrels of that Choice and A
Flour from the Tumbling Shimds' Mills. Every tinmes,.
rrel solud enn be returned if not aipproved.
AlIso, One Gross or P'reston & Merrell's !nfallible n '
EAST POWDERS. No, excuse for bad bread
sv. For sale by G. L. PENN, Agent. A in
De '1 tf 49 .0
LL Persons indebted to the Estate of M1. E. Aug__
L. Ilollingswvorth, deced., tip to the time of his
tare requested to make immediate payment
I those having demands atnninst said Estte wil A '
sent them piroperly attested.
D. F. ILOLLINGSWORTHT, Adm'or. Chtina 't
riar 29 tf 1i 'lo
No t ie.e '*
im rnrtnershiip formed between .TAm. A. Wrr.- Aprl
.uais andi Smts Citaisie, having been dis
cit by muntuail consent, the liquidation and settle
t of thme biusiness of the Firm will be conducted TUST
uisively biy S. CimisTur.t GUJ
.1 AS. A. WILLIMTS. Ilambi
piril -1 tf 12 II Ini
PIANO-FORTES, BOOKS, MUSIC, &c.
M T11 E Subscribers would called at
tention to their Splendid assortment of
PI A NO FORTH,
Of 6, 6b, Q and 7 Octavos from the celebrated
Manufactories of BAcoN & RAVEN, IAZ roN &
Enaos. and A. II. GALE & Co., of New York.
These are made from the best and thoroughly sea
soned materials, with all the latest improvenents.
and atre WARRANTED to stand the various
changes of this climate-and for equality and sweet
ness of tone cannot be surpassed.
Their BOOK and STATIONER f department
consists of a good asso-tnent of
School and Miscellaneous Books,
And all the Cheap literature, as soon as published,
i well as a large and well selected Stuck of Sta
Their Stock of PRINTEI) arUSIC is the largest
i the State, consisting of all the popular Sungs,
Waltzes, Nlarches, Variations, &c.
97y New Music received every week.
They also keep an elegant assiortment of the fol
ining iontrunents on hand viz:
Violins, Guitars, Violincellos, Clar
nets, Cornopeons, Sax Horns,
ENOR NORNS, FLUTINAS, FLAGEOLETS, BANJOS
Alin, an nsportment of Musical Merehandize,
03 An assortment of superior Violin and Guitar
TRIlNGS. alhwys on hand.
All the above artiles will he sold for Cash or
ood paper, by GEO. A. OATES & B ROS.
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Nov 9, tf 42
ro. 60. flast-Blay. opposite P. & K. Nank
ClARnLEs-rox. S. C.
E keeps constalitly for saile a general assort
. ment of PAINTS and OILS of all kinds
Window (l;ass and Sashes,
Apts. Turpentine, Campihene. Spirit Gas,
Tallow, Grindstones, Coirdage.
Chain Pumps. Glue, Packing Tarn,
itton Foot Gin Fixtures, and Brushes of various
Charleston, Nov. I 6m 42
COrrit m A, S. C., r
ON0 % 2 1RASS FOUNDER,
STAM ENGINE BUILDER a
Anid Boiier laker.
LL kinds of Flour, Grist and Saw lill Gear- c
ing aid Shafting made and warranted to per
* equal to any in the State.
Dr. R. T. Aiss, at Edgefield C. I., is authorised t
tent to make contracts. n
Nov. 2, 1853. ly 42 d
Wolfe's Schiedam Snapps,
'1IE Undersiatned has just received. in connec
tion with other CHOICE LIQUORS. a large b
of WOLFE'S AROMIATIC SCHIEIDAM 11
IINAPPS direct from Holland. This medicine re
iighly reconiniended for medical purposes,and as D
everage tol those who indulge in any thing in F
line of Pure Holland, has ncever been excelh.-d
any thing iitfered in this country. It comies in
urt bottles and cain be haud from'the Subscriber _
ceotch WIIISK EY pure. Choice COGN AC
tANDY, TIolland GIN, pure and hioice, Mla
ra WINE, old arid tine, CHIAMPAIGNE
rNES, choice brands. A splendid assortmient of
Pest India Fruits, Raisins, Nuts, &c.
'ith a 'few Barrels New Crop Orle-ans .lasses,
a few boxes snperior Sperm Adlamnntine Catn
i. These with a general assortment of F'AMal
GROCERIl-:S previously in Store, inakes lisa
,k very coiiplete, all or any part of which will B
old liowi. S. E. BiOWEI~s. tri
lamburg, Jan 2 tf 51 C!
- - -tri
.EORCE ROBINSON & IH. B. JACKSON sa
have assoc)iated themselves together, for the air
sactimg of a m
General Hardware Business, tht
ler the style of Ron:NsoN & -JacKSosi, llhamburg, d
re we will aiway s keep an extensive assortmeint i
;VER~Y TIIIN G in that line, together with '
fles, Bridles, Ilarness, Leather,Trunks, Whips, Ide
amnburg, A pril 27 tf 15
LOBINSON & JACKSON,
IIAMIBURG; S. C.
AVE now on hand a rmost comrplcte Stock
of Hardw are, ariongst which miay be
200 Ton English and Sweed Iron,
Sn0 Kegs Nails,
,000i Lbs. Ca-tines,
50? I Iz. Collins' A xes,C
75 "* Brades' Parent U~oes and others, t
5 " Superior Straw Cutterst
20 " Spades and Shovels, 'hto
10 "' Rakes,h.
Ietson and ot hers make of Vices and A nvills, the
Halter, Leg, Fifth and other style of Chains 'thin
comiplete Stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery,' for
--ALL STYLES OF
Plains. Saws, Chisels, Screws. hinges, de
Knobs, liellows, Bitts, Guns, fril
Pistols, Shot Bags,
Powder Flasks, Cottotn and Wool Cards, conL
Well Wheels, Kettles, Stew Pans,
ying Pnins, Gridironrs, Ilanmniers. Ilatchets, ,
a, Wafer, arid Waille f rons, Candil~e Sricks, --~
teelyards, .\larkirng Gunges. Spirit Levets,
Andit on;, Shovels and Tongs, Screw
Plates, Compasses, Thium
Guagtes, Percursion a
atburg, A pril 27 tf 15
HIDS. SUGAR, Also 50 Barrels STEW- jT
A RT'S do.
Bngs COFFEE. ham
Hblds. MOLASSES, limit
Coils R OPE, somne very superior, Plait
Bales Gunny andl Durndee BA (WING, - ed
Whole, lfi and (,nneter Bhls. No 3. No 1.
arid Mless MA CKEREL, aliso Nits, - tisi
we wouldi AiLsO state," that we have a fin aetio
ient of j tred
Blankets, Negro Cloths, F,
'ads, Chairs, Saddles, Osnaburcs, Stripes, .
Nails. Oils, WiVte Lend. Shot, liar Lead,
Salt, Cheese. Powder, Soap, Rice,
Bacon. &c., &c., &c.,
fact, every article usually founid in a Gro- Ce
ore. J. SIBLEY & SON. Ab
burg, Nov 14, tf 44l
For the Planters !N
000 bs.PerRvian Guano, i
000 ~bbls. Kettlewell's G UANO Steph
and SA LTS, or
,. Kettlewell's CHEMICA L SA LTS, next,1
Pure ground PL AST ER. rse
ubove celebrated rilantures for sale by Seh
J. SIBLEY & SON. fail to
Imrg, Nov 14, tf 44 thte da
rTe Laurensville Hernl, independent Press benetii
iderson Gazette will copy the above four
uid forward biils to J. S. & SON. Ci
e Miaine Law Advocate."~ s'j
CW of those invaluable works, just received,
the shape of convenient Pocket Flasks, to
something strong" in, useful to tranvelers. Eli7m
dl y J. A. GURLEY. next fr
stat, M(arch 22 tf 10
Just Rececived Barr
iAIUTIFU L assortment of F L OW ER TTar:
LSES, of difi'erent styl-s of Bohemian and -1Ley'
iare,--fancy, gilt arid flowered, sides b
linte Jewel Stands, Colo~gne Bottles, 31r. At
I'rays, Fruit Batskets, Bird Glasses, ke. that th<
a great variety of Gilt China Orniaments within
r,-For sale low by J. A. GU RLEY. maent p
I, tf 12
tit Gulf Cotton Seed.
received a supply of New Genuine PETIT
L.F COTTON SE ED,--for sale byY1
J. SIBLEY & SON. w
irg, Feb 21) tf 6i will be
SrruATED ox Fox CREEx, ONE AND A HALF MILES
WEST OF CREIoKEE PONDS.
T IE Subscriber would respectfully announce to
his friends and the public generally, that he
continues to carry on the above businless under the
most favorable auspices, being situated near three
Saw-Mills where the diffierent kinds of material can
be had at the lowest prices, and having sufficient
water-power to propel his Machinery, it will be
seen that he DOES posess material advantages
over all competitors, which enables him to ofTer the
following articles at from FIFTEEN to TWENTY
Per Cent LOWER than the Augusta prices, viz:
Hotel, Family & Children's Bedsteads,
PANEL DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS, SASH, &C.3
Will Repair all kinds of Furniture at the residence
of any one whoI may favor him with a call, on the
mnoat reasonable erits.
GEORGE B. LANHAM.
Mar 29 eowtf 11
Georgia Marble Works,
J. G. RANKIN. W. M. IIURLOCK, G. 1. SUMMEY
SeccEssoas RTo A. ATKIsON & Co.
This Establisnment has been in success
ful operation for a number of years. The
Quarries are well opened, and the Marble is superi
or to any in the United States.
We have so perfected our facilities for getting ot
and finishing work that we can furnish
Mounuments, Tombs, Head Stones,
And every thing in our line of business, in better
style, and at cheaper rates than any yard in the
When it is considered that we saw onr own mar
ble, psy no jobber's profit, and no high freight from
the North, it will be seen that we possess materiak
advantage over all competitors.
We cordially solicit our friends and the publie to
'xaninie our work and compare our prices with
hose of othe-r yards, before ordering Nurthern
lrble. We have on hand at our yard in lri
-tta, a large amp.rtment of F1NISHfED WORK
lotunients. Tablets, Tonhs, &c.-where our agent,
0lr. G. W. Summers, will sell at our prices. Our
irincipal work is done at the Mills. Address
J. G. R A NIN & CO.
Mlarble Works P. O., Ga.
Essence of Jamaica Ginger,
jHIS ESSENCE is wnrrartel to 'liossess, in a
concentrated form, all the valuable properties of'
A31A ICA GINGER, and will he found, on trial, an
xcellent Fwmily Mledicine. It is particularly recom..
tended all 'onic, to persons recovering from fever or
ther diseases, a few drops imparting to the toriae
glow amnd vigor eqal tit a wine-glassful of brandy
r other stimulant, without any of the debilitating
lI'cts which are sure to follow the use of liquor of.
ny kind; and it is therefore especially serviceable l.
hildren and females. To the aged it will prove a
reat comfort; to the dyspeptic, and to those who sire
redisposed to gont or rheumatic afections, it gives.
reat relief; and to the inebriate who wishes o re..
wrm. hut whose stomach is constantly craving the,
ixitt liquor, it is invaluable-giving tone to the.
igestive organs, atil strength to resist temptation ;:
tl is consequently a great agent in the cause off
Persons desiring an article that can he relied nnn.
epared soleiy from pure JAMAICA GINGER,shouit
particnlar to ask for " rown's Essence of Jainm
t inger," which is warranted to be what it is rey
sent.L 'n prepared only at FRED'K BROW1
rug aba eemical Store, N. E. corner Chenut an*
filh Streets, Philadelphia.
Direc-tiotns ac-company each hottle.
For sale in '.his )jillage by G. L. P'ENN, Agent.'
My4 ly Ig
STATE OF SOUTIH- CAROLINA,
John Raeinsford, A dm'or of 1
C. J. Glover, dee'd.,
Cs. [Bill to set up
JT. D. Tibhetts, [Mortgage, call s.e
F. H1. Wardlawv,jCrdtre.
Jas. F. A dams and others ) rdt~e
N Pursuance of the Order of Chan. Dargatib
this cause, all andi singular the Creditors of rsbv
rfendat John hill. as late Ordinnry of the Dia
et of Edgefield--and also nll and *-ular til.
-editors of Charles .1. Glover, late of'Isaid Dis
et deensed.-as well those having demands
ainst himi. upont his own acecount, as those having
mn:m.ds against him ats one oif the sureties of the
d -lohn hill1, late Ordinary of the said Distri
hereby requnired to be and appear before me in
p Otfhice at Edgetield Court House, on Thursday
2 5th day o'f May next, then and there to make
proof of their respective debts and demands:
1 such oif the saxid Creditors as fail to come is
lprove the-ir respective debts, on the day above
tntionced, will be excluded fromn all benefit' of the
:ree to be pronounced in this cause.
A. SIMKINs, C. E. E. D.
30mnm'rs. Office. March 18, 1854. 10t 10
STATE OF SOUJTH CAROLINA.
emfn Lindsey and 1Petition for the apph'r
itewart Harrison, eatioin of futnds to the.
rs. stati,tce ion of Plsa- *
Vm. H. HUnrrison. )titis' Judgment.
N hearing the petition of Complainants, 4.
~Linedsey and Stewart H arrison, as amended,
h leave, stnd on antisfaetory evidence shewn
ne, tha:t the Defenadant William H. Harrison,
taken up his pernmanent residence beyond
limits of this State, and the jbrisdiction of
Court, on miotion of Mr. Abney, Solicitor
Petitioners, It isi ordered, that the staid W.
harrison do appear, and plead, answer er
cur to the snid Petition within three monhe
ai the publication hereof, and that on. hi.
ire so to do, a Decree and Judgment, e
esso be retndered against hitm.
A. SIMKINS, C. E1. E. D..
ehb 24 3m '.
state of South Carolina,
.S. Martin, Ex'ix. ofr
Robt. Martin, dee'd. IAmended and 4
ts. Supp'tal Bill fPN
hn Marsh, jDis. Asseuis, 4pc.
Hiakinson and others.
appearing that Ihe Defendants Henry 'D.
latns and his wife Caroline, Lamra Ingra
atnd Pickens B. Marsh, reside without the
of this State, on m~otion of Mr. Carraufj
tiff's Solicitor. Ordered that the said Dc..
mits detmur, plcad or ainswer to the Bill ft
:cusr-, within three nmotnths from the publi..
of this order, or the said Bill will be ezn,.
1n-o confesao agnitnst them.
A. SD3IK!NS, C. E. E. D..
b. 24. 18.54. 3m 7
'TOF 0OITh CAROLINA,
ter & Coxe and
-am Matn Bill to Marahal Asse.s.
Rl. Garrett & others
~ursuance of an Order of Chancellor Dar-gsa
this cause, all and singular the Creditor. of
n Garrett,.IJr., dcc'd., are hereby required to
appear before me, in my Of1iee, at Edgelield
Ilouse, ont Wednesday the 24th dauy of May
hen and there to make due proof of their
ive debts atnd detmands against the said
n Garrett,-and such of the staid Creditors as
ronme in and prove their respective debts ont
Sabove tmentioened, will be excluded from all
s of the decree to be pronounced ini this
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
m'rs. Office, Mir 18, 1854. t 10
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
beth Ruth Cloy, by her1
ead, E. S. T. Krep., Bill for A ct, to,
as. settle woife'. por
Wesley Cloy and lion 4-for Relief -
pearing to my satisfaction that Jacob Weae.
Cloy, the Defendant, is absent from and e-:
eyond the limits of this State, on mnotion,if~
say, Coimplainant's Solicitor, It is orderea
y do appea-r, atnswer or demur to thai. 13il1,
bree months front the date hereof, or pg
-o confesseo, will be decreed against lim. .9
A. SIMKINS, c. E. 1, D.
1, 1854. 3 m . IA
he Subscriber, a first rate MJLCH COW
th a young Calf, for which a liberg1 prie
aid. B. WAW)pO.
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