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THE TME OF DEATH.
TNE tide rolls on, the tide rolls on,
The never easing tide,
That-sweeps the pleasures from our hearts,.
The lovea ones from our side,
That brings afflictions to our lot,
And anguish and despair,
And bears from youth's unruffled brow
The charms that lingcered.there.
The tide rolls on-wave after wave,
Its sw6lling waters flow;
Before it, all is brightand reir.;
liehind it all is woe!..,
The infant from -its motlier's breast,
The gay and blooming bride,
Are swept away-and borne alonig
By that resistless.tide.
The tide rolls on-the soldier's eye
Growsdim beneath its swell;
The scholar shuns the mystic lure,
That he hath loved so well;
The monarch puts the crown aside,
And labor's'weary slave
Rejoices that his limbs will know
The quiet of the grave.
The tide rolls on-like summer brook,
It glideth to the sad
But, like dark winter's angry tide,
It rusheth to the glad.
From kingly hall and lowly cot,
'From battle.field and hearth,
It sweeps into oblivion's sea
The dwellers on the earth.
Roll-on, thou dark and turbid wave!
r 'Thou caust not bear away
The record of the good and brave,
That knoweth not decay.;
Though fierce may rushthy billows' strife,
Though deep thy current be,
Still faith shall lift thy beacon high,
And guide us through thy sea.
FOR THE ADYERTISER.
.Mr. EDr'n: As this class of persons are
indispensable to the Southern planter, I have
been surprised that so littlehas been written
-upon the subject. Many persons, it seems,
consider it not worth a thought, much less
a discussion, as men can be picked up every
day, and made-to answer the purpose. . But
a- reform in this particular, is becoming every
day more necessary, and planters of sound
judgment are becoming more convinced of
An Overseer of the right stamp, should
possess good sound judgment, energy, kind
ness, and a firiness- that~ cannot be shaken.
He should feel fully the responsibility that he
has-taken upon. himself, and not abuse the
confidence that his employer has placed in
him. The Overseer should exercise an un
usual degreo of vigilance, to the minutest
branches of every thing that affects the in
torests of the employer, and endeavor to
have every thing in as neat and trim a man
nier-as the niature of the case will admit of
When the employer is not upon the planta
tion, it should be the duty of the Overseer to
carry out strictly the directions of the owner,
and not conclude that because he has been
upon the plantation one, or perhaps twvo or
three years, t1:at lie is more capable to man
age than the owner, wvho has been cultiva
ting it all his life.. 'An Overseer should pos
sess sufficient qualifications to attend to any
and every thing about a plantation. He
should attend strictly to the negroes. when
they are sick, and see that they have the
proper attention. There are many good
Overseers who always try to make large
crops of corn and cotton, but never bestowv
any attention whatever 'upon tihe servants
when they are sick. They do not consider
that the man who has-entrusted his interest
witb them may loose thousands of dollars by
their neglect in this particular.
That the African is a happy, indolent, and
careless race is evident, from the oldest to
the foungest of them; and to keep them in
proper order, it is quite necessary, some
times, to inflict punishment. This should be
done with firmness anid moderation ; and to
effect a good purpose, it should be accompa
nied by a full explanation from the Overseer
to the slave, wvhy it has been necessary for
him to inflict such punishment. Let this be
done coolly and deliberately, exactly as you
would give physic to effect a cure of some
disease in-the system, and in nine cases out
of ten, the negro will feel that nothing but
*justice has been awarded himr and will en
deavor to shun it in future.
I have knowvn some Overseers (and excel
Ibnt business men too) who, wh'len they would
find iL necessary to inflict punishment, wvould
defer it for several days, and then take up
thie negro and give such correction, without
any explanation whatever, leaving the negro
eritirely to conjecture for which fault, or for
what he was corrected. Such a course, in
- may opinion, has quite the contrary effect from
that which is intended ; and one who follows
this unreasonable course, though he may
have every other qualification for a planter,
can never goverrr negroes as they should be,
which I consider the most essential point to
cvery manager. ---'
Such, Mr. EDrron, is a few of my thoughts
on Overseers and their duties, and now for a
few thoughts of what is the duty of employ
ers. In the first place, they should seloct
*men of intelligence, of sober and industrious
habits, and men who show a disposition to
please their employers, and not themselves
entirely ;-whose habits are frugal and eco
nomical, and whose fidelity is not to be
doubted, and such* men as they would not
feel ashamed to be seen cornversing with in
any company. When such a man is secured,
tihe employer should endeavor to mako him
feel, that entire confidence is reposed in him,
and his wvages should -be as ample as possi
ble, which would niako the Overseer feel
pi-ound of his position. It is an acknowl
- edg'ed fact that this class of agehts are poorer
piaid than that of any other, and ivhy is thisi
It'is because emnployers will allow strikers to
supnlant good Oversoers.
For instance, a merchant, will invest, from
five to ten thobsand dollars in merchandize,
and will secure the services of a competent
clerk by giving'him from-five hundred to one
thousand dollars. -Now, if a -man was to
present himnself to that merchant and offer
to serve him for one hundred and fifty, or
two hundred dollars, he would consider him
incapable, or that he initended to make up his
wages to a fair amount by some slight of
hand, and of course would not think of em-.
ploying him. The planter, however, is quite
different; he may have invested one hundred
thousand dollars in his planting interest, dnd
from- three hundred. ind fifty to four hundred
dollars is all he will give to an agent to at
tend to this large interest, whose duties are
much more varied and much more arduous
than that of any other class.
Many-planters, before they will pay their
Overseers any thing like ample compensation
for their services, will allow them to be sup.
planted by men who will agree to take a few
dollars less, and the height of whose ambi
tion is to remain one year, pocket a small
salary, leave every thing out of sorts, and
depart to parts unknown. Such a course,
in my opinion, is any thing but fair to men
who wish to establish for themselves a repu
tation as Overseers, and, I should think, any
thing but profitable to employers.
The above, Mr. EDIou, are a few thoughts
which have occurred to my mind.-Should you
deem them worthy of a place in the columns
of your paper, you may, perhaps hear from
me again. If some such comnmunicationls
were commenced and kept up, it might be
the means of bringing the class above refer
red to, to understand their own: and each
others interests more fully thai. they do at
present. LIVE AND LET LIVE.
From the Farmer and Planter.
Straw as Feed for Mules.
In the fall of 1845, whilst engaged in see.
aing wheat, I had the rack in my mule
stables filled with good wheat straw at. night,
in addition to their full feed of corn fodder,
thinking they would partake of it slightly,
but, to my surprise, the straw was consumed
almost entirely every morning. By degrees
I had the feed of corn fodder diminished
every night, and the feed of straw increased.
After the wheat crop was seeded, the feed of
corn fodder was stopped entirely, and wheat
straw given three times a day with a regular
feed of corn or hominy. I expected my
mules to decline at first, but in this I was
happily disappointed, for they continued in
good. order, although engaged in hauling
marl and ploughing, during the entire winter.
They were kept on wheat straw untill the
middle of March,. and then the corn fodder
was again given. I could perceive no altera
tioa in their- condition after the straw was
discontinued and the feeding with fodder
commenced. It has been my practice since
that winter to commence - the feeding of
wheat straw to my work mules about the
first of November, and discontinue its use
about the first or middle of March-and ar
ter using it for seven winters, I can honestly
recommend it as a wintter feed for mules.
Do not lessen the feed of corn and blame the
the wheat str-aw, but continue the usual feed
of corn; and give the, wheat straw-in place
of corn fodder; it wvill be cheaper even to
increase the feed of corn a little. Should
your mules refuse it at first, do not be dis
couraged, but give a little fodder and strawv
at first, and diminishd thme amount of fodder
gradually. The best mode of feeding wvheat
straw is to run in through- a good strawv cut
ter, then moisten it with a very week brinc,
and mix the feed of hominy with it. In
stacking or housing wheat strawv, it shoul be
sprinkled with strong brine as it is put up.
Farmers of the South-especially you who
have to buy northern hay, try this plan, you
an but discard it if you dislike it. I sin
erely hope Messrs. Editors, that none of
your subscribers are in the habit of buying
orthern- hay. TuHons E BLOUrr.
LATE SowN VEoETABILEs.-Somle of the
reatest delicacies for tabie use may be ob
aned from quite l'ae sowings. We can
speak most positively in regard to turniips.
Both the round and the flat .turniips may be
sown at any time in July or August, sad we
have knowvn it to conme to considerable mia
turity in a season in which there wvere no
early frosts, when sown in the first week of
September. Special pains should be takeii
to enrich the soil, for in this way we secure
twvo objects- the more rapid growth of the
plant, and a sweeter and more tenmder vege
table. Weo suppose it is generally well know
that the more rapid the growth of this and
several other vegetables, the more mild and1(
ender they arc to thme taste. Cabbages,
oions, radishes, spinach, eauli-flowers, are
all much more delicate in flavor, and agreea
le to the palate wvhen grown freely and
han when their growth is stinted or slow.
uumbersanid celery may also be added to
he above nmed, as being mucli mmiler
when grown rapidly thian when of abhsw
rowth. Sonme of these may be ragised late ini
he season, as well as turnips, so as~ to sum
ply the table wvith, the delicacies of .sprinig
md summer until quite late in tihe fll and
By the end offugust and ini the course of
September, there .wvilhlibe vacaiit la~ces in
the gardlen and field, which it will be good
conomy to sowv with turnips. There will
be, at all events, the pea and early potato
ground; these, and other. such patches may
be sown with round or flat turnips, amid
thereby we w~ill be making provisions, both
for our family and our stock. WVhat wve do
not use for the table will be well relished by
ur cattle ; and cows which have & tolerable
supply, will not dry np so early as cows
that have no green feed.
SAvINo SEED.-Blindness to our own
interest, is in no way manifested so fully, as
in the foolish practice of gathering " what's
left" for seed. The first vegetable, peas, or
snap, beans that appear, save for seed; the
first stock that shows a pod, let itgo to seed ;
the first cucumber, squash or melon, save for
seed. in this way we may succeed in get
ting much earlier vegetables than by follow
ing the usual method of taking the refuse of
all our garden crops for. seed.. Save the
earliest and best of everything for seed.
Our egg plant might be brought into bearing
much sooner, if we would save the first for.
seed. Who can stand it, with all the long
year's dearth of delicious morsels, to save
the first roasting year or tomato, that may
appear, for seed I and yet if we would briing
forard the whole crop two or three weeks
earlier, it niust be done. Let it be a settled
raxim of the .farmer to save the first and
bestof-everything for. seed. Corn and wheat
ray' be' greatly improved by such a course.
THEr smell'o chloride of lime 'is said to
drivo naay rrnnt
A merfican Hotel,
HAMBURG, S. C.
TIE Unersigned ,takes, this
method of returning thanks for the
liberal patronage heretofore given
to his House, and of informiog the publio tliat he
still keps open the Establishment for their accom
modation. IIaving refitted the building, furnished
,the Rooms with new and convenientFurniture, and
having a set of well drilled Servants, an experienced
Caterer and Cooks, his Table will be spread with
the BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS. By
these, and -his personal attention, he hopes to give
general satisfaction to those who favor him with their
company. He is pleased also to announce that Mr.
JoHN A. HousToN has just completed large and
COMMODIOUS STABLES AND CARRIAGE HOUSES
in connection with the Hotel, and will take special
charge of that department.- Ile will be prepared to
accommodate the public with Saddle Horses, Hacks
and Carriages of all descriptions on hire, and trav
elers will be conveyed, with despatch, to any part
of the surrounding country on reasonable terms.
He has .also large and convenient LOTS for the
accommodation of Traders and Stock Drivers who
are specially invited to call.
ITamburg, May II 3m 17
W. P, STARR, Proprietor.
TIllS 11OTEL is now open-for the
.is. reception of Travellers, and it will be
the aim of the Proprietor to give satis
faction to all who may favor him with
tlvir patronage. It is centrically situated on Broad
Street. and convenient -to the different Rail Road
Depots. Passengers by the- Georgia Rail- Road,
will be furnished with breakfiast. befire.they leave;
those by tlSoutlh Carolina Iail Road, with ilinner,
and thoseby the day train onthe Waynesboro' Road
The F'LlMNlEUR.E, BEDDING, &ce., in this
Hotel is all ew, and it-will be the endeavor of the
Proprietor to render all who may patronize hini,
cofitortable during their stay.
.\ nusta. Mar 27 3m 11
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c,
W. & J. H ILL, Hamiburg.
S. C., would infiirm -their frinds
S adnsmestat theykeep con
0 N D stanty on hand, at their (ld
Stand. a L.\lt('E and WV'EL2l,
S 'lCTElI STOCK, consisting1'
in part of .the followi ng articles.
A large assortment of Pocket Knives, Kuives and
Forks, Scissors. &c., &c., both of English and
Tin and Copper Ware.
Every article of Tin Ware kept always on hand,
and orders received for -any article that may be
needed in the Coppet-, Tinor Sheet Iron line.
A large and did assortsplen
ment of HEATING AND 1 .
COOKING STOVES. Th ..b
latter are recommended to
Housekeepers for their great
economy amid neatness
Guns and Pistols!
A full assortment of Guns, froin ordinary to very
fine. Colts' repeating Pistols, Allen's Revolving
and Self-Cocking Single Barrel Pistols. Also, com
mon Pistols. -
221IT H'S T OO LS.
A large and complete Stock of Smith's Tools, con
sisting of-Anvels, Bellows, Screw Plates,. Hand.
and Sledge Haimmers, Files, Rasps, &c.
Embracing all varieties of Plains, Saws, Chesels,
A ugers, Hammers, Hatchets, Squares, Coipasses,
Axes, Adzes, &c., &e.
Spades and Shovels.
Spades and Shovels of the best qualities. Also,
Manure Forks,. Hoes, &c., &c.
C H A INS.
Log, Ox, Trace, Waggon, Coil and Halter Chains.
Boilers and Caidrons. .
A variety of Boilers and Caldrons, by the. proper
use of which farmers will find a great. saving in
feeding Cattle and Hogs.
CASTING AND HOLLOW WARE.
Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Tea Kettles, Wafio and Wa
fer irons, Fire Dogs, Waiggon Boxes, Grid Irons,
Samoothing Irons, Morters, &o.
N A ILS.
300 Kegs of Nails, assorted sizes. Also an assort
ment of Etnglishi and American Horse Shoes, and
Horse Shoe Nails. Coffee Toasters, and Cotton
and Wool Cards. -
Straw Cutters and Corn Sluellers.
The most approved 8traw Cutters, and Corn Shel
lrs, which uamers would find great conomy to use.
Chtain Pumps and fixtures-ana excellent method for
drawing water fronm wells.
CF All the foregoing articles sold on the mdst
i la ilurgr, A pril 1 Gm 14
GE ORGE S INCLrAI'R,
COLUMI;A, S. C.,
STAM ENGINE BUILDER
Anud Boiler MIaker.
- LL inds of Flour~, G-rist arid Saw blill Gear
? inag and Shalting made attd warranted to per
form equal to any itt thme State.
lTr. R. T. Mtots, at Edgefield C. II., is authorised
Agai'tt to, maake contracts.
Non~ 2, 1853. ly 42,
Pair- Ionue unasde Piantationu
I ARNESS.SOtE A ND UPPER TFA TT1ER.
Tanners, Neats Foot and M COR
A t the lhoc .Store, next door to-$u. -
Ri. T. .\-.
.lalv '21 tf -27
SrtAE oz Fox (f'REEK, ONE ANt) A HAaF Mit.J.P
WKST oF CiauanoKS. Posa.
rj-Il E Subtscribuer woul respectfrully annonni iel li
I. his friimils awil lie piibbea geneirally, that hi
contines to c*ariryil n iti.abve bunsiniess nmiecr thle
miist fjavorabjle anispie, S. I-ecinicsitua:ted .near three
Saw-Mlills where th diltferent kimli of material cani
be ha~d at the lowest i.tries, antl having stifficiet
water-power~ to pmrop el hiis ~Machinerm y, it will be
sen~ thamt he I )) l possess amit-rial mlvantages
over atll coimpletitoirs, which enmi a. him,, to oil'er thac
followinig articles at fromo FIFEEN to T 'WENTY
Per Centi WOWER thain the A ugusta prices, viz:
Hotel, Family ?& Children's Bedsteads,
PANEL DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS, SASH, aC.
Will Repair all kinds of Furniture at the residence
of any onei wh'o muay flavor hsimi with a calt, on the
most reasonable terats.
GEORGE B. LANIIAM.
Mar 29 eowtf 11
Boot and Shoe Myanufactory.
- IIAVING removed to the Store
7 adjoining Dr. A. G. TEAGUE's
Drug Store, as usual, I am pre
pared to make to order, Fine Dress, Double Soled
Water Proof and Pump
Boots and Shoes,
Of the very BEST MATERIALS, and an excel
lent fit always warranted. ..
Also,-on hand a large variety of BOOTS and
SHOES-of my own manufacture, which will be
disposed of on reasonable termns.
Nov. 16 tf 44
gg N. B -Wanted, thtree apprentices- to learn
ho Shoe-making bausiness. -Please apply soon.
002O A PLASTERING LATHS, four
.U and four and a half feet long, for
sale low. A pply at Plank Road Mill, 10 miles above
Iaburat, or to I. A. KENRICK.
1amurg Apm.ril 3 f - 12
New, Beautiful and heap!
HE SUBSCRIBER is now rcceiving
a LARGE and SPLENDID STOCK of
Suitable for the Spring .and Snmer Trade. No
pains lias been spared in, the selection of this Stock
to please the taste of ALL.
Thankful for past patronage, I assure my friends
that every effort will be made to merit a contimu
ance.of their favor. Of the Ladies, one and all, I
w'ould particularly request an examination before
purchasing elsewhere. Among this Stock mny be
found a complete assortment of Dress Goods,
Col'd MUSLINS, of the latest and most fash
ionable Styles,. 10 ets. to $r.
BAREGES of every color and quality;
Plaid and Fig'd Tissue SILK, very rich;
Lace Striped ORGANDIES of unequaled styles;.
Rich Colored SILKS, very cheap;
Figured and Plain SILKS, of all qualities;
Nainsook and Mull MUSLINS;
White fig'd Carleton do a nev article;
" and Col'd do do
Striped Swiss do :very pretty
Dotted " do
GINGHAMS, njew Patterns,
Best Stock of PRINTS ever offered in the Market,
MOU RNING GOODS of every descript ion ;
White and Col'd Grenadine MANTILLAS, new
style for Summer;
White and Colored Glacie SILK, suitable for
Spring and Summer;
-Lace and Muslin UNDERSLEEVES from Gj
ets. to $3,00 ;
Muslin and Lace COLLARS, litest faishions;
" "1 CIIEMISETTS, new style and
Large and complete assortment of Jackonet and
Swiss Edging and lrsierting;
Real Brusses Thread Edging and Insertingsi;
Blond Stean Threai aud .,isle Laces S Elgings,
White Grass Cloth for Skirts, new artiele;
GLOVES and HlOSIERY-, great. var.ety-suita
ble fir all ages;
Ladies'. Misse- and Children's STTOES. ke.
For Gentlenen's Wear.
TI als tru,-;s that be.has.not ieeit amoiiful of
th1 w * i . t . ern r sex. In tid., Iile li;., -tock
P'lateitr's. 1A N EN Dt1lI.S (if e-very iiity
Con .aluia yat k Alixtures, froma 12 to '25 ets
. dryt. C- (7ts. alunaettsaim seino Unimers
Eliown : t1 (rs l:inenlSifr (Cowts. aill1n4ualities:
Uliont Lines ana1d otlier goods for Children's
Wa hie, rol'l, plain nud buff Marsailm Y'estings4,
Cild' Salk Co'lvais, at 1igit and beautiful article
for Summear ;
Cojl'l Muslin Cravats, various gualities ;
hIlack ail Coi!ored Stocks iind Tits.
I verv re-spectfully invite all those wishing DRY
GOdDA to give ae a call, being determined to be
UNDERISOLD by NO ONE in a-fair and linora
M. A. RANSOM, AGEN'r Yon
R. M. FU'LLER.
Hamiburg, April 3 . tf 12
BROWNING & LEJM AN,
French, English and German
209 aud 211 King-ireet, corne of MarkelSireel
Charleston, S. C.
C ARPETINGS.-Ingrain, 3 Plys, Brussels, Ta
pestry and Velvets,
CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin and
Curtain Cambries and Muslins, in large variety,
Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtaims, all styles,
Gilt Cornices, in all the new designs,
Curtain Gimps, 1lolders,1Loops, Tassels, &-c..
Drapery Cords and. Bell:Ropes, in all varieties,
British and Amerienn Flor Oil Cloths,
Silver and Gilt Stair Rods and Stai:: Carpetiigs,
of all styles.
Wilton, Velvet, and Axminster Rugs, in large va
Kerseys, Caps, &o.
Red and White Flannels, Shirtings, &e. -
Cotton Osuaburgs, of all. he best Southern manu
English and American COTTON.FL ANNELS,
French,-English and-Amtfrican Prints,
LINENS, of Richardson's superio: make, for
Seetings, Shirtings, Pillow Cases, Table D)amnasks,
Doylies, Napkins, Towellings, Hluekabacks, Fruit
Cloths, B. E. Diapers, Grass Clothas, &c.
Cloths, Cassinmeres and Vestings, of best French
Servants' Cloths, in all the shades of Englisl:
Siatince, Tweeds, .Teans and Lindseys, of alY
bualities and styles. With a ful! assortmecnt of
Rich Dress Goods.
In SILKS, 'I'JSSUES, BAREGES, GR ENA
DINES, MUSLiNS, &c.,
Bombnizines, fAlpaeas and Mourning Goods, in
Eveninag Dress Goods, in great variety, constantly
All the above are of our own Direct Im
portationi, and offered at the L U W E o
Termns---C ASHI, or City AMertance.
giThe ONE PRICE SYSTEM str:ckly ad
hered to. All Goods warrmante-d.
BROWNING & LEMAN.
Chtarleston, Jan 30 if 3
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT THE IRON FBRONT STORE C 'POSITE THE
masonic Hall, Augusta, Ga.
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Carpet Bags, &c.
A liE now receiving 'heir FALL STOUCI of
lGentts,.iaies,. Y Sis, Iiiys, Youths ani
Children's .SIIOES oif the
And the best thtat can be biought.
Our Assortment contains EVERY ARtTICLE
usul'y kept in the larigest Boot mtidt Shaoe~ Stores.
-AJ.L vARIERTtEi OF
A N!) 110 U8SE SLi: r A N TS ."sIlOE S
All of which wie will s-.l! .n a most ri.-oabtle
Au !usta, Oct 12 a
2m~'ia MYarble Works,
an lshn wrktatw enn furni s la
Mounuments, Tombs, Head Stones,
A id evety thing in our line a'' business, itn .better
style, :and at chleapler r-ates. thtan atny yatrd in the
Whenim it is conasired th.at we sawv our oiwn mar
l,l~' paiy noa~ ta~~~ j abbr'iproit, an noi ih ligha freight fro m
tae Nartha, it wilt tae seeni that we poiss'ess iaterial
avanae ovr aall comapeuitoars.
We.crdial ly solicit our friends and thec pubalic to
examine our work alirt comopare alur prices willh
those of other yards, before ordering North~ern
Marble. We have on hand at our yard in Mari
etta, a large-naaortment of FINISIl El1) WOIU(
Mr. G. W. Summers, will sell at aour prices. Our
principal work is done at the Mills. Aadlre~ss
J. 0. R A NKIN & CO.
Marble Works P. 0., Ga.
TR ED Notice.
STRYEDor Stolen traom the Subscriber on
Jauary last, a COW and CA LF. The Cow
was a red speeklea Cow, withIout hlorns ; the Calf
was a fine red heifer. Said Cow was baughlt from
J. . Smith, originlally the property of .John Cole
man, and was in his mark. A liberal rewatrd will
be paid for the delivery of themi to nme..
S. E. EQOWEllS.
Hamburg, May 30, if __ 20)
STATE OF SOUT H CAROLI NA.
John E. F.-Ryan,
Rala M. Fuller andr
Staiore 13. Ryan.J
N compliance with an order of Court signe'd by
' Chin. Wardlaw,;on the 6th inst., I hereby no
tify. the Creditors of John E. F. Rynn to .prsenat
atd prove their dematids before nme, in my aitice at
Edgefild Courtllouse, on or before the l'ith day
of July next. A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. ID.
Angut a, Georgia,
B EG to inform the public, that they have just
returned from the Northern matkets, with a
full and complete stock of
SPRING DRY GOODS.
faving all the facilities in tie purchasing of their
stock that a cash capital can command, we beg
leave to assure the public, that we will always keep
on hand the very best order of Goods that can be
obtained. and sell them on as fair terms as the like.
quantity can be purchased either in this market or
A mong our stock will be found the following
Chaste and Elegant Spring Silks;
Sewing Silks and Tissues;
Bareges and lHarege DeLanes;
French Muslins and Lawns
White Silks, of all styles ;
Black Brocade and Watered Silks;
Plain Black Silks, all widths ;
White Embroidered Mluslius;
Colored 'iotted Muslins;
Plaid iand Striped do.;
Swiss and Jaconet do.;
Book and Mull do.;
White and Colored Tarlton Muslins;
Crnirped Evening Drestes, new styles;
Mantillas and Scarfs, entirely new
Crape Shawls, very cheap;
White Burege and Sewing Silk Shawls;
Freneh, American, and English Prints;
Ginglhams, of all kinds;
linen Lustres and Chambrys;
Cheap Long Clothes and lloneppuns;
Irish Linens, (own importation :)
Plain Line and Linen Drill, for Geut's.wear;
Linen Sheeti 1g, exceedingly cheap
All kinds of Cotton Sheeting;
Pillow ease Linen
41l inch Pillow case Cotton
Il'osiery of every description, very cheap;
Enbruileries of every description; some very
Seving Silks, Mitts and Gloves;
Kid and Silk Gloves;
IEaw Silk anl Lisle Gloves
incn Canibrie 1Handkerehiefs, all kinds;
Swiss and .laeonet Bands, very rich:
Cambric, Swiss and Jaco'net Trimmings and
Ribbon Trimmings, new styles
]isle;Thread, and Linen Laces;
A nd a great variety of other articles too nume
ros to mentioin, to whiclh we respectfully invite at
*Alarch 29 t f 11
TH1E GREAT KENTUCKY
DR. JOHN BULL'S
THITS medicine, when used according to directions, will
..care, without fail: -
or Hing's Evil,
Cancers, Ernitions ..
of the qkln. E yiolas,
Tumors, Chronic SosEyes,
Ringworm or Tetters, Scald Hfead,
Rheumatim,Pains In the Bones or
Jointii, Old Sores and Ulcers, Swelling of
DIieelnteKdy, wiseas accring rom dietions ule
or erc, itho s fl Ape- ,Pi nteSd n
ChesSor ThraPun ry. fErctions, n l te
ofess edn tohroe nrsup in, L rCm
pl oints, eml Srurtes and c mpwlint of
tpireitns. Skphilivos DIfepduch, NSgt Sher,
ttonlDiseases h ~ny, Dads aa.prisng andheus
ofummrcry Lossk and ApeerPain TIncf the Sd n
Shoslder , en riitlenn ad CoPleast~ ns
Dp. urica tives, Brncuperior to Blue f 'r
Die -e Ltkandin toponreCsumWatio,LieCn
pis, emaale freatr ha a~mt, Ludeof
Bull's. Saalaviuprepaedh, nihs conemned
i t. utlrl pr eas, and comen a. ping andhghs
er S.mmer Dryinkan err Tomslve tronghe l
thebere t atieis ei suerr beto prertoofa
Li.. ckaha handve been-pred baer h ul
to iavn themirknable factde thtao the mmndateon of
enen psican remdy notiasaindn they eipay whichv
ofull's threphihe s ere, notr ne hrs whonfrankey
teli tha supot i deaiedl the be prepy rah'tion owar
aalouf tnr re mc hsdicianhcfe aelctcem
tomivunitAr ae evidened to he lw reomendando
anyspatclarbeepins, othihstanding ithe mcommunity
in which they live:
T EST IMO0NY.
97 TestImony like the following renders superflous all
comrmentsi or: the eticrncy of Bull's Sarsaparilla.. From Dr.
L,. P'. Ynniell. Professor of Chemistry In the Lonisville
Medical Coliege: I have looked over the list of ingredieriti
conmposing John Btrill's Compound Extract of Sarsaparila,
ad have no hesitlatlin in saying that they form a safe
rompound, and one that iproumises well In chronic diseases,
to whrinch it is applicablie. L. P. YANDELL, M. D.
Isruisv..:e. .lurne 6. 1845.
What Dr. Plehs. phlysiclnn by appointment to the Louis
villa Marriue ilospind, says of hlull's Sarsaparila:
LouisviLLE, March 20, 1849.
John Dull's Sarsaparilla, and I believe the comb inatioa to
be an exelient one, and well calculated to produce an alter
ative imipression on tire system. I have used it both In
Ipubrlic arnd private practice, and think It the best article
of Sarsaparilia now In use.
Br. PYLES, Jr. D.
,Resident Physician Louisville Marine Ihospital.
Lommnoar, Kr,. April 25th, 1860.
Sta -Permit me to address toyou a few lines, and do me
the honor to reply to a request that I will make In the
conclrusion of this letter, &c.
I ram a graduate of Transylvania Medical University ; I
have practiced medicine In this wilderness country, about
fie years, hut owing to exposure to bitter cold weather, I
have~ been indisposed with Acute Rheumatismr about six
mrrnthis'After hravingtexhrausted my skill in the treatment
of rmy case, and deriving no benefit, I was induced to give
your rtum rcxva~cT OF sAirsAAar.LA a fair trial, and
accordintgiy purcharsed a bottle of your medicins from your
agent, Nr. Gleorgo P. Brown, about two weeks ago, and I
arust cnfesns that one bottle has entirely cured me.
It isn mry yirrion, that your preparation of Sarsaparilla
is decidedly superior to any other preparation now In use,
and I will take great pleasure in recommending It to the
aeilieted as being a remiedial agent and I will advise the
physicians to use it In their prnetice &c.
Rtespectfully yours, 1. B. ALLEN, 31. D.
Loorsvn.rrt, Jnly 18th 1849.
I have examnined the list of articles that compose John
Dull's Extract of Sarsaparilla, and I bave no hestitation In
saying that It is an safe and valuable comrpound. I would
prefer It to any article now In use, for the diseases arising
frorm an inmpure state of the blood or taint of the system.
1 conrfdently recommend it to my friends au being a power
ful Extract, arid one that I believe will cure all classes of
disneases, for winch it is recommrendedi, if used according to
direc tions. I believe it to be a valuable succedaneumi to
Miercury. -Nay, I have my doubts whether in the most
vilnlient and prrotracted cases of Sypills, accompanIed with
nide Trophre, in caries of the bones, whether it ought
not to succeed every other reumedy.
S. Rt. McCONACITE, M1 D.
Ifonoraryfiemboer of the Mlodlerti Society, P'hiadelphla.
07 ifear, what Dr. Stapp, a physictan who stands at the
topi of ihis profession, says of John Dull's Sarsnrparilla:
I ha~vne been using John DBull's Sarsaparilla in a great
variety of chronic. diseases, with the moat happy effeacts,
and I irave no hrestitationi in renmmrrernding it to tire public
for tihe cure of ecrofula, syphilis, and all cutancous and
glandumlar diseases. Yours, mrost fesrvently,
Inrwleport, Ky., A pril Otr, 1840. WM. STAPP, M. D.
Rev. E. W. SEHON, -Rev. E. BTEVENSON.
Cosecusive. - Tine following is a verbatim copy of a
eertlficate now in line possessrion of the prop.rietor of Dull's
Sarrenariila. lrev. ii. WV Sechon is widely aind generally
known as an neloquent and acceniplished parstor of the M1.
E. church, and 1tev. E. Stevenson has becen known as one
of tire mnsoat talntedt and zealous nmembers that the Ken
tucky Confe'rence could boast of for many years, and at
tis tiner lailling rho high and responsibiestatlin of agent
for tire M. Et. Book Concern. Can the world produce better
or more satisfactory testimony in favor of any medicinei
Betrer testimrony thnm was ever offered in favor of any
medicine. 11ey. E. W. Sehon - Rev. E. Stevenson:
Lousvymr., May 20th, 1849.
We have riced .Tot'n Bolls Sarsaparilla, aid have known
it to be used, with entire isatisfaction; and we have no
hrestiution h, stating our belief, that It Is a safe and
vahrmbilo nmedien1 compound, and calculated to produce
nmieh g'ooud and relieve mruchr suffering; and therefore
woulid checerfully and most oarnestiy recommend.it to the
afllicted.. E. W. SIION.
(Signed) Et. STEVENSON.
We carnesrtly Invite all persons who are suffering with
anry of "tire lils thattfesh Is heir to," to call on Dr. John
Bull's agent, and get a copy of Bull's Family Journal
onAtre ; ail for tire cake of humiaanity, we hope that a
single individual will not be found unwilling to give Dull's
Sarsaparilia a TarAr., after reading, and recollecting, at the
same time, that it Is impossible for the Doctor to publish
the tenth part of the numuber of certificates of astounding
cures performed bsy his Sarsapartilla. The amount of tea
timnony voluntarily showered on Dr. Dull's Sarsaparilla,
from well ianown and distinguished individuals, both In
public nnd private life, has been perfectly overwhelming.
iC7. Dr. .John. Bull's Prinipat Office, west aide Fiflh
street first door below Main, Lotaviu.z, Er.
gg Fort sale in this Village, on Agency,' by G
L. PIENN, Druggist.,3
Se.t h ,9in3
50 HHDS. SUGAR, Alsu .50 Barrels STEW
A RT'S da.
200 Bagi COFFEE..
25H hd. MOLASSES,
200 Coils ROPE, some very superior.
100 hales Guny and Dundee BAGGINO,
30 Whole, hlalf and Qnarter Bble.'No 3, No 1
and Dless MACKEREL, also Kits,
" And we would ALSO state," that we have a fn
Blankets, Negro Cloths,
Bedsteads, Chairs, Saddles, Osnuburgs, Stripes
Iron, Nails. Oils, White Lead, Shot, Bar Lead,
Salt, Cheese, Powder, Soap, Rice,
Bacon, &c., &c., &e.,
And in fact, every article usually found in a Grc
cery Store. J. SIBLEY & SON.
Hamburg, Nov 14, . tf 44
For the Planters*!
1* [i[\[1 Lbs. Peruvian Guano
O ,UUU' 100 bble. Kettlewell's G LJAN(
70 flbls. Kettlewe:l's CHTEMICA L SALTS,
30 " Pure ground PLASTER.
The above celebrated Alinures for sale by
J. SIBLEY & SON.
Hamburg, Nov 14, , tf 44
W' The Laurensville Herald, Independent Pres
and Anderson Gazette will copy the above fou
times. and forward biils to J. S. & SON.
Fresh and Pure Medicines, &c
T IIE Subscriber has just received a SELECI
Family Medicines, Chemicals, &c,
-CONSISTIxG IN PART OF
Sulphate of Quinine. Pure Pill Mass,
Sup. Carbonate of Sodatj: Calomel,
Henry's Cal. Magnesia, Cream of Tartar,
Epson Salts, lodine,
Sulphate of Morphine, Iodide of Potasseum,
Lumip Ilagiesia, Strychnine,
Mum's Elixir of Opium, Fahnestock's Vermifuge
Thompson's Eye Water, McAlister's Ointment,
Cheeseman's Balsam, Evans' Laneets.
Norwood's Veratrum Viride.
And a full supply of most all the popular Patei
Mledicines of the day, all of which are warrante
free from adulteration.
G. L. PENN, AGENT.
Oct 26 - _-_- tf 41
G EORCE ROBINSON & II. B. JACKSO
have sssociated themselves together, for tI
transacting of a
General. Hardware Business,
Under the style of RoiwsoN & JAcKsoN, I1ambur
where we will always keej an extensive assortme
of EVERY TIlING in that line, together wi
Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Leatler,Truuks, W'hir
Ilumburg, April 27 tf 15
HAMBURG S. C.
H]AVE now on hand a most complete Stoe
H of Hardware, amongst which may
200 Ton English and Sweed Iron,
500 Kegs Nails,
20,000 Lbs. Castings,
50 D.z. Collins' Axes,
75 " Brades' Patent Hoes and others,
5 " Superior Straw Cutters,
20 " Spades and Shovels,
10 " Rakes,
Tilletson and others make of Vices and Anvil
Trace. lalter,:Lg, Fifth and other style of Chair
A complete Stock-of Pocket and Table Cutlery
-ALL STYl.ES OF
- Plains, Saws, Chisels, Screws, Tlinges,
Knobs, Iellows, Bitts, Guns,
Pistols, Shot l1ngs,
Powder Fhsks, Cottoni aid Wool Cards,
Well Wheels. Kettles, Stew Pans. .
Frying Pans, G ridirons, I batmiers. I latehets,
Tacks, Wafer, and Wafille rms, Candle Stiel
Steelyards, Marking Guaaes..Spirit Leveis,
Audit ons, Shovels and Tongs, Screw
'lates, Comlipasses, Thun
linhurg, A pril 27 - tf-.- -15
ROGER'S LIVERWORT & TAR,'
FOR THE COMPLETE CURE or COUGHS. COLI
INFLUENZA, ASTHMA.IRONCHITIS. SPIT
TING OF BLOOD, AiJD ALL OTHER
LUNG COMPLAINTS TEND
TIG TO CONSUMP
TiIls preparationl is gelting itoi use all over n
Country. The, ntminer,us letters nec receive fri
our vamrious agents, iniforminig ns of cures effecied
their im~mediaie neigthobrnts, warrant uis in sayi
it is oie oif the bsts, if ni ihe ter!/ l.d. Coiigh'Mei
ene now helore t he pub'ie. ~It almosvt invariably
livecs and not unfrequently cures the reri/ ,worst case
When all oilher Cough preparations have failed. il
has relieved the patient, as Druegisi, dealers in Mei
cines, and P'hysicians can testily. Ask the Agent
your nearest town, what has lbeen his experience
he effects of this medicine. If he has been selling
for ancy length of ilme he will tell you
'IT IS TH E BEST MIEICINE EXTANT.
Below we give a few extracts from letters we ha
received lately regarding the virtues of this medico
Dr. 8. 8. Oshin, of Knoxville. Ga., says:-- ha
been using ouar Liveruwort and Tar vern/ ezrtensvely
m prat e 'or three years pasit, and, it is ,with please
I state my elief in ITv SUPE'R toR iTY ovEat A i.I. OTit I
A TICL.S fit$ which I am arguainted, .for wcich/ it
Messrs. Fitzgeraldl& Benners, writing Iaom W~ayne
ville, N. C. sai~s :--" T he Liverwcort and Tar is I
coming daily more pirjmlar in this Country, A xn v
TiN u JuUS-T.Y so. All ,rho hare tried ,t speak
comendablle termas of it, anmd say it is verit benefiri
in alleviating thce complaints for mlhiek it is reco
Our Agent in Pickens District, S. C. Mr. S. R. 31
Fall, assures us "that he uses it ,rith great benefit
his own fanmily, atnd recommends it to his neiglhbori
ie gives an instance of a Negro woman,in his vieit
ty, who had been sutellring with disease of the Lur1
for years, attended with a severe etiugh, who was I
lieved by the- Liverwort and Tar.
Such are the good reports we hear of this Medici
from all parts of the South. For a report of the si
prising cures it has performed ina the -Western a
Northern arnd Eastern States, we would invite
sufering patitent to reatd the .pamphlet which accol
panies each bottle. Ti, all, we say, haven hope, he
hp!TRY THlE MEDICINEII
BE WARNED IN SEASON!!!
Andl neglect not tlyiat cough~ which is daily weakeni
your -constituttion, irritating your throat and lurg
aid inviting on that dread disease, Consumptie
when so soothing and Ihealing a remedy pan be e
taed as Dr. Rogers' Syrup of Liverwort- and Tar.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND BASE II
The genuine article is signed AynRirw ROGERs,
the engraved wrapper aroundo each bottle.
Price, $1 per bottle, or six h~otiles for S5. Sc
wholesale and retail by SCOVA L & MTE AD,
Ill Chartres St. bet. Conti and St. Loims,.N. 0.
So.E AGENTs FOiL TimE SoUTliERN STATFs,
wvhotm all orders and .applicationas fur Agencies mt
ggy-sitet by 0. L PENN, Edlgefield C. i.; WAltDLA
& DENDY, A bhevilte U. l.:~ '1itTT & .JONES. Newb
ry C. H.; A. J1. Ci:EtflHT(ON, Hauirg: HTAVILA'
RtISLEY & CO., Augusta, Ga., andl by one Agent In eve
Twn in the South. -
March 29, ,. 4m 11
tIrE Partnership formed between JTAs. A. Wi
I ts~i and SutEos CmtesTE, having been di
solved by mutual cotjsent, the liqjuidniion and settl
mient of the business of the Firm will be conduct
exclusively by S. CitaisTrIE.
''JAS. A. WILLIAMS
April 4 tf 12
I S Re-opened, at the foot of the hill, immediate
Lat the entrance of the Plank Road inuto Mn,
Street, anid nearly opposite Mr. Witt's residenece.
lie Shoes Ihorses, makes Plows, rirtns WVagt
mends Wafle Irotns, Lays Axes, ande does varie
other things after the old style. ie hays adopt
many of the modern improvements, ja faet all
them excepit that of slightintg his work..
And lhe humbly asks a call.
Jan11 tf ' 52
White Lead, Linseed Oil,
LAMP OIL, NEATS FOOT OIL and TAI
NERS OIL, for sale next door to SuLLvAN's.
. . T. 31ll1S.
A ug 24 -f 39___
ianufactiredl Tobacco !
J UST Received dliret from the Factory, Thir
Boxes. CTIEWING TOBA.CCO, comtprisil
Four Choice Brands, viz.: honey lDew, Orono<
Extra andI Premium. For sale by the Box, or
retail at LOW .PRICKsS. Don't fail to call ni
saiple before buying elsewh'ere.
G. I,. PENN, A GENT.
Oct26n tf 41
NEIV S P R INlG' G 0 D ST
RIC WISTED SIr95, DABEGES A33 TSU S
ORGANDBS, JACONETS, Bni.LAwTB,
FRENCM CALIOONM -EMBROIDENIES, a.
M ILLER &WARREIN, AUosGta, Ga.
have received. a. large Stock of the above
Novelty, Beauty and Variet
Are believed to be unsurpassed in say Market; and
having been selected from the very.latest -imports
tions, our customers will find.tlem -to-be the new
est-and choicest Goods of tie Siason.
A beautiful list of Goods for Mases' Wear, eow
lich BAREGE ROBES, (sometingnew ;)
Neat French MUSLINS and BRILIA TES
rlain,-Buft; Pink, BlueandFawn ol'd PeItP
Freneb, English and American PRINTS.- -
We have also a handsnme Stock of Goo&s %Wr
GENTS AND BOYS' WEAR,
Which we would be pleased to show our eustomer'
and the -public, assuring -them thet 4daiositus-U -
BE AS CHEAP AS TnE CIEArET.
g Persons from the country woild do-well w
give us a call before purchasing'etsewbere.
Augusta, April 19 tf 34
GREAT SOU T HE 'RN R EME I
- 211. All 30IZ111, -Di AS
CHOLERA, DISENTERY, DIARRH&EA
COLERA MORBUS, RB.TJOUS COL.1, -
ALso, ADMIRABLY ADArTED TO 1ANT DtsAsns or
FEMALES, MOST ESPECIALLY PAINFUL MENSTRUATION.
TI[E riR TUES OF JACB'S CORDIiL ARE 2O
i'ELL KNO-1YN TO REQUIRE ENC'OfNIUf&
1st. It eures the worst cses of Diarrhaon=; 2d. It cnres the
wornt formms of Dysentary; Od. It cures California or Moxi
can Dirrrhowe; 41h. It reliores the severest Cholle; sh.:I
cures Cholera Morbus; th. It cures Cholera Infantami;
i ith.-It cures painful Menstruation; 8th. It reli6ves Pain-in
Back and Loins: 9th. It counterats Nervousness and Dc
sponflency; ith. It restores Irregularities: 11. It' dpola
Gloomy and Hysterical 1etlings; 12th. its at adale
d A Few Short Extracts trom Lettilrs,''stlhunan &1.
"I have used Jacob's Cordial in my family; and have
found it a .0st elcent aand in my Indent, a valuable
remedy." Ion. In WARNER,
* Judge otSupreme Court, ea.
" It gives me pleasure In being able to recommend Ja
cob's Uorilial-my owns personal expertenee, and. thqe
rience of niv neighborn and friends around me, is a sud
9 ent guarantee for me to believe it to be all that It purports
c to be; viz: A Sovereign Renlody." -. .
WM. Ir. UNDERWOOD,
Formerly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee CirelL
" 1 take great pleasure In recommending this invaluable
medicine to all afflicted with bowel diseases, for which I
believe it to be a sovereign remedy-decIdedly supeio to
it .any thing else ever tried by me." A. A. GAULDING t
:h Deputy 0. M. of the GrandLodge of Ga.
, " This efliclent remedy Is travelling into celebrity as fait.
as Ionaparte pushed his columns into Russia, and gaining
commendation wherever used."
GeorgiaJeffersonian, May 19th 1858..
"I have used Jacob's Cordial in my family, and this, with
all that I hear about it as a remedyby those whobave tried.
it, induces me to believe that it stands at the head of every'
preparation of the kind. And I would recommend Us ieda -
the diseIna-or which It is comomded."- .
MILES G. DOBBINS, Agent Bank of Ga., Griffin.:
je "If there Is any credibility In human testimony Jaeob's
Cordial must stand pre-eminent above all other pr tions
for the cure of Bowel Disenses. Front the mamo testimo
ny in its favor coming In from all quarters, It must be very
fur in advance, as a curative' agent, of most if not all otlier
* patent' preparations." . A. FLEMMING.
Agent farine ind Fire'Insurance Bank,'Griiln.
' For sie in this village,by 0. L PENN, AozsT..Asd
the princiuI Meirchants and Dru throughouthe Stlate.
M. W. BLISS & CO., Prprietors; Savannah.
ay11. Sm . 17
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMION PLEAS. -
S. F. Stevens,
.VS. Foreign Attachment,
Chas. T. Harris.
r H1E.Plaintif' in thi above-ease having this day
Lfiled his Declarntion in my Office, nd the
Defendan, having neither wife nor Attorney to. re-.
side within the limils of this State, on whom a copy
of stid Declaration with a rule to plead can be
served, On niotion.of Mr. A DANs, Plaintiffn Attat
ney, Ordered, That said Defendant appear anud
plead to- nid Declaration within a year and a &Y
from, the date hereof, or final and absolute judgment
will be given against him.
. 'rTHos. G.: B-ACON; c. c .-x-b
Clerk's Officee, A pril 17, 1854. y . 14
sSTATE OF SOUTIN CARO1N-A,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
S. E. Rowers,)
r8. . Foreign Attachmsent.
nr -J. P.1. Robinson.)
!"' H I? Plnintiff in the nbove edse having this day
tfn - Lfed his IDeclaratio~n in mty Office, and the De
Sfendanat having neither wire nor Attorney known to
e. reside withmin the limaits of this State, on 'whonm
a. copies of staid Deelartion with rulee to plead carn be
ift served: On motion of Mir. S-rvi.Es, Attorney. for
i- Plaint.f, Ordered that said Defendlan -appear and
"n pleand to said Declaration 'within a year and a day
from the diteo hereof,or final and absolute judgment,
it will be awarded against him.
-TIlOS. G. BA Cum, c. c. i.
Clerks Office, ar-h 0, 1854. .y 12
e-State of South Carolina, -
- EDGEFIEID DISTRICT,
a Benj. R. Adadison,
George Zimnmerman, et ai. - Bi-frAec .R'
.. T appearing that thae Defendant, John hiartin re
r E sides witlhout the limits-of this Slate, on motion
in of Mlessrs. CAInaott.& Mlottoxz,'Plaintiff's Solici
a tsrs, Ordered thtat the said l)efendai't'demur, pleadi
- tar answer to thme Bill in this cause, within 'three
months' from the publication of this Order, or the
'. said Bill will be entered pro confesso aiaint him.
n, A. SIMKINS, c. s. E. D.
i. April 27, 1854. ' 3m - 15
* State of' South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, -' 5 '
eIN COMMON PLE AS;
r- N. Aldrich, --
v s. For-eign Attachment.
be Johan Hill.
n-*Johtn L. D)obey,
. s. Foreign. Attachment. .
ru Il Plaintifis itt the above eases having this-day
1.filed rteir IDeclarations ini my Office, and the'.De
gfetndants having neither Wives nor Attorneys known
to reside within the limits of this State upon whom
.' copies of said declarations with a rule to plead con h4
served: Oniotion of Mr.'KEY, Plaintiffs' Attor
. ney, Ordered, -That-the said D)efendamntesappear and
plend to said D~eolarations within -a year and ia day
from the date hereof, or inland absolue~udg
Id ~TIIOS. -G. BACON-, c..z. s
Clerk's Office; July 12, 1853. ly 2
to State of South Carolina,
t EDGEFIEliD DISTR~ICT;
*- IN COMMON PLEAS.
- Felis.k, - Foreign Attachment.
D Charles S. Harris. -
ry Jlas. S. Harrison,
vs Foreign Attachment.
- Charles T. Hlarria.
T'11Eli Plaintiffa in the atbove cases having ti
A.filed their Declaration in my Office, jand the
r Defentdantthav'ing neiher wife nor Attoi-ney known.
s to reside within the limits of this State, on 'whtom
copies of said Deelarations with rules to plead esa
be served: On motion of Mr. ADAMS, Plainltilf'.
Att'y, Ordered, Thtat said'Defecndant appear and
plead to said Declarations wathin 'a year and a5gay
- fon the date hereof, oi- final and absolute jiidginent
-will be given against him. . -
TITOS. G. BAON; c. c. E. P.
Clerk's Office, March 28, 1854. )y 12
n Edgefield I& Cheatham Plank R1
"ROM and after the 1st May next, the F41gefieldi
&Cheathaam Plank Road will he opened fi-om
* Mr. J1AMES Gaamnxs to the juncetion with the Ham
a burg & Edgefield Plank Road, a distance of about
of five miiles, and the following (Gates of Toll will'be
Rates of Tbon.
- Four, five and six horse- Wagons, 5 ots per mle
Three " " .4 &,t-'
r Two .t.t'' "t.3t"
Two "Carriages 3 a - y
Onto "t " 2 *
Ilorschack travellers, 1 "" "
- Vehicles on meetiang, arcech entitled to half the
PL ANK TR ACK, and the Drivers ui-o re-quired to *-4
y turn to the " IGILT !", -
S. F. 'GOODE, -Paatssin.
o April !. ..tf -1-S
at Rsand fleeswahti .
-ITA NTED One hundjed Thousn iinds
TVof teh. R. L.'GENTR-Y.
lHantbutrg, A pril 20, tf 14