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F OR the classical departuentof aiis Jnstitu
tion, the Basrd'if-t'rustees have elected
the Rev. N. W. Hodges as Principa,, and the
ev. P. T. Mamnmond, tteward and Farmer.
The Principal- has also secured Mr. John
Davos as Assistant teacher, tor the ensuing
year, This school, therefore, will go into op.
*ration on the 2nd Monday in January next;
under the superintendance of .% r. Hodges.
The Principal and Assistant are both experien.
sed teathers, and each has prepared dtudents
or the SouthCarolina College. Mr lianifnd
has served for 3 months past, as steward and
planter, and bids fair to fill hisastation with satis
faction to all parties,
' The rates of Board Tuition will be fixed
4t the next meeting of- 'Board, with a little
varivion from the terinsofla tyear. which were
$100 for board,-nud from 2 to $40 per an
num for tuition,payable half yearly in advance.
Students will be required to labor' two and a
half hours in each day, for wiaich they will re
eeive reasonable compensation; to be deducted
from their board in the last session. Parentz or
guardians way have their sitos prepared either
for the Junior or lower classes in College, or
have their instructions suited to a high order of
The Principal has resolved to enforce strict
discipline; and cultivtte the moral ats well as the
satelectua powers of the yonth committed to
his care.* His etrrts in tIflis way will be sec
onded by the Execuitiveconmmitteo,who are de
termined to take every practical measure to re
Inove temptations, as far as possible fioti this
Institution, which ate calculated to lead tiie ,ftnl
dents into immoralities or disorder. The coim
stitution and laws of this inttitution wil tie fur
nishad to any' one who will ply to either of
the members of the Board of Trustees. It is
earnestly requested. that the parents and itar
idans who send to this institution. would strictly
observe that law of the Board of Trustees.
which requites tnat all monies sent lbr the use
of their sons should be placed in the hands of
%' pe -steward, to be given out as necessary ; and
not to authoriso any student to contract ainy
debt, without the approbation of the steward,
In order to enforce this law, it is hoped parents
and guardians, will refuse the taymunt o any
account contracted by minors(without such ani
thority;) especially or wiie r siirits &c. Al.
plications for etiterance must be made as soon
as conveniont, in person o- bv letter, to the
Principal, at Woodville P. O. Ablieville District
er to Wim. Smith, near the Institution.
JNO. DAVIS, President of the Board
Nov 8, 1838 42
F'P"IALE tiC.D a .l I .
HE excicises o! thi. in.itutai wil re
coinmence ott Tuesday. Me I st day of Jan
Nary, 1839. The Rector inforitis the commttnumlt
ty, that Miss STAR, who has assisted laim this
year,is engaged for the next als. With tht! aS
. iWance of this lady, and of' Mr. BAroN in the
- vOW's/Department, till the Ornamental brancoh.
esof Drawing, Painting, Ncedle-work k Musei.
will be taught in thi. institution. together we];
the solid branches heretofore taught. BOARD
zNG can be obtained in lie house of' the Rector
for thirty pupils, and in neighboring private
houses to any extent desired. It is particularly,
desirable, that those who intend to place their'
children in this - Institution for the next y ar,
should do so in the first week of' the opening o.
the school in January; as, in that week the cims.
see will be formed for the whole system to ctn.
mence its operations on Monday of the second
The school room is provided with fire places
eind fires to make it comifortable in winter, ana
the hours of instruction are the saint' in that sea
eon as in the summer. Sothat the advantagi-s
for study in the winter will be equal to those in
Prices in the Solid Branches atnd Music the
same the next gor as this, For Drawing a. d
Painting, $8 per '.auarter. tor Needle-work,
*4. Paymetnts quarte'rly in advance..
W. B. JOHNSON, Redur
Edgefield. Nov. 1. 1838. c 39
The South Carolinian, Charleston Coirier 0.
Mercury, Augpusta Chronicle & Sentineland
Cq#*itutionalist will give the above two weekly
insertions, and forward their accounts to this of.
fice for payment.
H AMBURG, S C.
? HE Subscriber takes great pleasure it. in.
2kforming his friends & the pubilic general.
JIthat he hasopenied hislarge. atnd commtodious
H6utii, and will be verv thatnkful to theta hor a
liberahsharef thmeir patroniage. He flatters himti
self, that from the experience of thme Lady who
has chtarge of the domtesmic aiffairs of the i s,.
also his Servanttsand Hlostlers, together with his
own wvill atnd disposition to p)lease, that general
satisfaction may be given. The situation of':h
House affordsa cotnvenien'o,particualarly desira
ble to persotns whlo may have business to attend
to, or who may wvishi to take the itail Rload Ca
for Charleston: and his Stable lots are largi. andi
well prepared for the accounmmadatiotn of Getl,.
mnen..who may have Stock for sale.
G. WV. MAYSON.
Oct. 24, 18313 tf 38
RU)ANAWAY from the Subhscra
- b er on the tnight of the 5th of
February last, from moy p lace two
miles ftrom Hamtbuirg, 8. C. atnegro
mati named BEN, aboitt forty-five
years old, five feet six inachesligh.
The above reward I will pay for
delivering him to ate, or ptutttg him
: n jailso that I can g etlhim.
IHambumrg, March 26.,1837 tf 8
R AN AWAY I'romi the sttbscriber
_______ E~ ont the 4th itnst. his negro muan
U T'OM,. about 40 years of age, 5, feert
8 or 10 inchtes high, Hie is of a dark
L-Acotmplexiotn,very tmucht stooped in the
shoul ders, and getnerally holds downt
his head. Also, 3 ir 4 anys prev~ious,
.his wife SA L. She is of a yell .w
4omplex'on, near 5 feet high, frowns whetn spo.
ken to, and took with her three. dresses, two of
calico and oite white, atid a bonntet. Aiiy per-.
eon apprehending the said negroes and lodlgitng
them sa some safe gaol, soa that I et them, or
-delivering them to me, living near Gilgal Meet
lugHoase, shall receive the above reward andl
afrasonable expienses paid.
WILLIAM STROM. Sen.
Nov 6, 1838 tf 40 '
AND CLOAK W ARlE-HIOUSE,
No. 10, Pearl atreel, Charleston, S. C.
lIE undersigned having establishied a
~ T branch of his New York IHonse at No.
-10, Pearl street, Charleston, first door below
Hyatt, McBurnaey & Co. is now receiving anidi
openig a large and general assortment of rea
.dy m4de CLOTH ING atnd CLOAKs. which
will be offered to purchasers for cash or ap.]
proved papen, at New York price's.
LEWJS D. BROWN.
Oct 27- 1821L .. 40
Of the OLD DOltENION.
1S published, In t elown of Porisn,outh,
Va., a new weekly paper uuder the
above title. to be devotedio the propapation
and delence of the cardinal principles (a
Jeffersotnian Demoecy. Believiug that
the American peo0W-6areon the eve of a,
more eventful cripis than any ever t itues
sed sine" p foundation ol our government
tle pu aWera will devote their undivided
energies to the great nork ofdillijsing use
ful knowledge amiong tll classes. Tliren
tened as we are with a oriniiv of abomina
tions, vis.. a high tariff-National Bank
and Aloolition--thte "war, pestilence, and
f1iaiine." crewhile predicted bV a Westei n
prophet; we feel imperatively called upon
to expose zealously and perseveringly, the
unhallowed desigtsof the trading polifi
cians who would barter away the priceless
legacy bequeathed to us by our fathers,
purchased by tears and blood. %% e shall
oppose a Aational Bank in any and every
fora in which it may he presented, as un
contitutional inexpedient, olangerous. and
nttifitly unjust; we shall warmly and
strongly advocate our lons cherieh-d
prinvilbieb of Free Trade and Equal Rights
eqal burdens and equal henefits: equal
menus of acquiring wealth, and iniversal
education;and (if course shall undeviaiingly
oppose all monopolies and exclhsive privi
le-ges- The unaenly delormities of Alho
tion will be handled without gloves. le
Iieving that a connexion between the
Banks and the Government would prove
atn endles-, source of difficulty. embarras
lent, ans I corruption, no painls will he
%pared to prevent the foul and leprotis
union. Maintaining, as we do, that Las
hour is the tuoore. of all our wealth, suor
(filly primitive riches-that industry is the
lirrs cause or value and the trite origin of
aill tihe necessaries and even lixuries of life,
we shall consider the clnin of the usefii
ectpationg, the labouritng and pr4inctive
classes, who alone create real capital as
paramount to all others: The PlInter a
the Mechanic will. -herefore, lind in Thc
Old Dominion" an unflinching friend at all
times, and uinder all cireustiances. The
enomotis evils of the mischievously pow
erflul moneyed corporations which now
bestride the land, n ill be fiarlessv uninas
ked, aid the inevitable tendency of sieh
instilutions asluhesitatingly exposed. The
a terests of the Merchant i ill by no means
he overlooked. A portion 4of the paper
%%all be devoted to iiiiscellanents subjecis.
such as poetry, moral tales. essays, etc..
ete.. in order to make it pleasing and in
teresting, as well as usefrl.
At a time when the great question .-f
1a1tionial salvation or national ruin is star
ing us in the face, we cannot htt confident -
ly hope that tie people will lend us their
inost hearty co-operation and zealons sup
vort in the arduous undertaking in which
we are about to engage. They are begin
ning to he aroused to a sense of their im
tmitient danger, and they will rally to the
re.cue. Our motto is. --a fair field and
to favour." THEOPH I LUS FISK,
A. F. CUNNINGHAM.
Tu ,OLD DominjoN is printed every
Sa krniqg, upon en-ire new type.
atnd ha= repaper, and will be affhrdol
wb iaci~~ t; Mrev OjFi papsmb~
snail, at-the unusually low price of On
Dollar for six months; to subscribers who
have their papers left at theIr dwellinu
by a carrier one dollar al twenty five
- nts, payable in all cases in advance.
:1pon the reception of the first number.
Letters (post paid, or forwarded by a
loostmaster) so be add14resed to FISK &
CUNNiNOuAm. Portsmouth Va.
T[hose who forward ten dollars shall re'
e*eive eleven, copies. Nosv.92. 1818 tf42
0.LUCKS, WATOBEN and
JF. EIWIEL L ER I.
No. 242 liuoeAt STaIET, AUCusta, GA.
(Near the United States le!)
'- 1IlI E~ 8nbscriber otters to thec Citizens of
E.tdgefie-ld District ands it's vicinity a Itica
Zandl Fashioenable assOrtm)ent of
WATO.EIS, J.CW3BI.Z.- Y &
ol' the latest Style and Imaportation, consisting
at part of thec follonwinag Articles:
Gold lIndsep endent Second WVatches, with
fr-omo 17 to 2 J eweas,
Gold & Silver Levers, Plain & fullJe wllede,
Londoa Dupalex and Anchor Escapemenat
Gold & Silver Lepine anad Vertical Watches,
Lasdies' rich Gold Neck Chaitns, anew plattersa.
Gesntleanen's Gold Gusard and l'ob Chauins,
Ks'ys, Seals, F'inger-tngs. Breast-Pins, Ear
Gold anad Silver Thismbles. Pencil Cases,
Spectacles, &c. &c.
MIantle Cleck.. Flowe.- Vase. ek Mlueleal
A General Assortment of
SILVElt TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
SuoAn t'onos- Soue LAnL.Es, CASvroR & CAKE
BJAsKETs. CANm.Es-racxs, SALTr 5peoj5, & c
A fine assortmen'at of flooERs', Er.e.ao-rr'
and WAne & IBurcuEa's RAZORS, PEN
KNIVES AND SCISSORS; also a goodl as
sortmnent of BOWIE KNIVES and DIRLK8.
JOFIN B. M(JRPHl lY.
N. B3. Ca.ocus atnd WAlonES ensrefutlly re
pairod. atad If'arranted to perlorm well.
Atgsustua, (Ga. .itarcha 2l'. 18384 tf 9
T lIE Subscribers bhave .;ust receivedl freatm
N.York a splenedid assortumenc of FALL
ANID WINTER GOODS. Conasisting of
C los hs, Ciassimneres and Veusting9,
Stocks, Collars anda Bosorns,
Gloves and Suspenders.
Ihats (an l Utubrellas,
Witha aapy other New and Faishisonable Articls
n their ine. A general assortment of
And Militaryj Trimmings of all kinds.
P. 8.-CLOT HINGMAadenup is the heat man-s
.ner and most Pashionsable Style.
GOODWlN. IIARIiNGTON & Co.
Edgefield C. H. Qct 2, non - 4
CJOJ&L esJWD RO0OD
COOKING STOVEI !! a C.
T HE undersixed han.just re-eeived a ;ntege
su y of improved STOVES fpr Coal
and Woo.if entire new patterns, and of va
rinos sizes. viz:
The People's Coal or Wood Cookinig Stove
Superior to any.heretofore in use, notinly on
account of conirnience. the perfect manner'in
which the cooking is performed. butalso on ac
count of the economy or fuel which it.cffects.
The Patent Grecian Parlor Grate,
which for beauty and economy excels al others,
producing greater effect with Ites ftie).
The' l'urlor and Hall Stowel
passing heat from the baseentett to thea pper part
through flues itto the risr corners. and through
The Parlor and Pipe Franklin,
with plait. tnd urn tope, for wood or coal. new
Iv cotistruced with swelled back. sunk hearth,
door rront. &c
The Ship and Steam Boat Stove,
etlculated to cook for.50-or 200 persons, witih
lem fuel a greater ciovenience t an anly other
stove now I use.
Also, a Variety of SMALLER STOVES.
with the sname impravements.
The Box 6 gr 9. Plate tove,
open and plain tops, of various sizes,from IR to
Also. American. English and Russian sheet
Iron. Store Pipe. Bheting and Brazing Cop
per.' Block Tin, and Tin Plate.
All of whicli he offers f'or sale low for C.su,
or approved paper, at No. 168 Broad street a,
the Sign of the Coffee Pot, and directly opposite
the Eagle & Phoenix Hotel. Auglusta
B. P. CHEW.
* The highest price will be givAn for Old
Perter, Copper. Irams ated Lead.
Auigutmta, Ga. Oct. 22, 18:. tr 39
State ofl l-oiil i a olinn.
T H ESE presents will certify to all concern
ed, that we. George M Newton residing
m the ity e4 Ategetia cnid State of Georgin
andI John 0. B Ford, residing in the town of
lanburg in the Dirttrict aforesaid, have foremed
-and do hereby form a partnership under the act
Of tie Genieral Asseembly of the Stateof South
Carolina authoriziseg the formition'of Limited
Partterehips,fbi the purchase andsaleof Goods,
Wares mterchattndizc.which business in to be 1ar
ried on in said town of Haiburg under the name
and style of "John U. B. Ford"and tocontineue
for and dutring the term of five years from the
date hereof. The said John 0. B. Ford is the
General partner, and the said Geo.M. Newton
is the Special partner having actually contribu
ted the sum if five thousand dollarsto the com
mon stock,in teotinmony n hereof we have her
set our hands this fillh day of Octobefj eighteei
huititdred and thirty eight.
[Signed,] GEOM. NEWTON.
' JOH N O.BI, D
Signed and acknowledged in thep of us
[Signed,] GEO. PARROTT,
,fHamburgC&A, -. y
T HE Subscriber begs leave Toietvite the at
tesition of lite peoeple of Edge field and the
nd.nining District.- to at: enetire New Stock of
OIUNCH, IiE.R.%AN, ENUL1411 &
1.11i R 1C (1 kN*
) AIG OOD.9.
Which le has just ieceived froms New York
and is now olp ning at the Now Store adjoin
e Me Huba:des Hotel ie llamburg.
Hi is stock is extensive-New-and bought for
'ashc all of which lie oln'ra l'or sale at as leew
prwees ace caee hee bonght in aeey Souethera -ity.Hle
dleee it euntierely ont neecessary toe enter into a gene
e,ral e'numeration eof the articles of which hit,
esrtenoct is cetmplosedl or to hold out anty in
dttceme'nt. wh-Iiclh maiy not in the practical oeperen
tucente ol'heis business he realized, beut simup v to
et -ete that lee inteenel. to keep htis store frnis'hed
:et el;itiies withlt-'e ocest & mostedesirablenarticles
eitd (cut far as possible to do) ate assortmntt ofl
e*very thing theat belonces strictly tee Ihis hine oh
bit-iness. ned thcatthte hnsyinr and selling of Dry
Goced. will 'ontstituire his soleand leaedinegputrstuet
aened leanve it to theose wvith whtom hee shall lbe so
tortiunaste as to deal to decide wh'ethsr lee cant se-l
as. chteap ase others engaged in thce same busiese.
JOIIN O. B. F-OR tt.
Ilamcburg. 8 . Oct . 138 ab 6
fI HIE abhove is a neever ailiig, care feer that
U.variety ol'coeic, sot distressing to Infanetu,
nua.d toe witche the moecst ienjeuriouse anodyine seub
staccs are too ceeomoly given. It itsafe acid
weeoething.atnd mnstead of ptrodueciteg costiveness, it
eusually operates gently on te bowels.
Tihis reesnedy hies now been tused foer several
years. wvith thatt successande apltrobeation, which
qu'ack mnedicites mnade to sell, cannaetceommnand.
It is extensively used by the least physicians in
the ountry, and to use tIe langmeege of' mnany a
miothear, acts as a chearm. WVhele it alhay the
pmadulathe child to rest, it does not .eave
beehtind it those unepleasanet syteiptoms. wihich
Lantdanitum.BltnatsD.omps, &c. "eneral;y pro-.
eluce. Atnmpie dire'ctions taccomtpaney eacIh vi-dl;
& certificates of its efficacy (if required) cat be
produced fromi the most respectable citizenes of
Carolina acid Georgia. For sale by
KITCII EN & RtOlERTSO)N,Hambujrg,
EICIW W E BIB.Anderson (' H.
WM. HACKE:TT. Pendleon C. H.
DIR. E. J MIEM s. Edgefield C. H.
Pe'h 51838e tf 1
DRfUG s, OILts, Ac.
' UhE ,ut-eceeerse respee'etee avite thse at
1tentione of Mecheants, -Piatnters, Physi
ceanmsated otheers to their large Steock of.
Oils of all kinds, Paints, Dye Stuffs,
WIfndo-o Glass, Brushes, 5uc. Sic
-AT TRxan --roa tee
H1AM BURG AND AUGUSTA.
Theeir suppjly is hieavy,thcir assortmentgoode
aced thieir artic'les fresh.
D)ealing enttirely with thce Maneufactuirere or
oriial Importers they catn sell their goods
ate low as any htouee ice the Suthern Counetry.
Please call aeed examine. .
Our 8teere int Haembuerg is next to H. L. JEF
FE ns & Co's. Int Augutsta.eppeogite to BEAI.L's
or STovar.t.'s Ware Hotuses.
KITCHEN & ROBERTSON.
Wut.t.av K. Kt-reams,
FP. M. RosenRtson, M. Di.
December (1. j837 tff45
2,000 BuI5s AlLUM SALT, for
H.I L. JEFFERS,
Hlamburg Oct. 15, 1883 67
New Fall and Winter
' he subscrilverp, .eg leave to infortv their
friends aud tie public genes ally. that they
tare taow receiving their stock of fal and llin
lzr Goods; cotsi,-ting e-1 the lbjlo%n ing articles.
taper 5-4 black laliau l.usti.g Silk,
" Gro de Swiss do
" " Sinclew do
" Figured do
" colored -' do
" aiuse 4.e Lane,
iEsglsi. Preants, new astyle,
Faney dip and blottaning do
red and white a lunuelm, white Caion do
B ackundcoloied -4anns.. -4 (ssens.-ina,
". 64 Gro tie .\nip erie.o
s 6-4 Fr and ag di,
" 6-4 Coeoi atios Cord.
Ladies super fancy sil. r4hiaws and Veils,
plain Lana dip
"rest uwerato do
sik and litallioui fritige do
ciplored m serino.nd chincille bor
China i.k Hose,
Ladies black ribbed do
" ' n oitited and mjerino do
" white a d Colored colloa do
" I reici annslini worked Collars,
" ilk, beaver and hoskiis %uuves,
bonset suad be-It Ribbons,
lines -amarie ldkfs.
" nimrninig mus in Coliarm,
sipel. l*.iglish 2ta%an Bot.nets,
Losg lawit aid Irish l.inens Diaper Towels,
6-4 Tabls', 3.4 & 4-4 Dialperm,
A ;ood assoatnient of Satinets, Caeineres and
Blue, black ased invisible green Cloths,
r'irt.ittire i-ringe al.d Diiity,
Cotton act Sljr.s and Simssentders.
Men's bie .,skin, woolen &cniu&d Berlin Gloves
mixed and wsiie iamab's wotil half Ilose,
" black silk anl n ors ed dip
silk liociet idk& uand black 'ravatt,
Stocks. ,inaioi loseiis snd Collas..
..-4 Engli-h and[ frenich blactk BotAbazin,
A good ustortinentwhite plaini jacoset isall and
" " figured and plaid Swiss do
Bohinets. hisertings. Thread Late e and L.dginp.
Power homi Ticking iad lltuskeia iapers.
. leacled and brown Slhirtia, s ;a a d Sheetin~
Woolen Litie-ys and Washingtoe Jeans.
heavy good-e for serviints,
9-4 10-4 11-4 Whiticy Blankets.
6-4, 9-4 Dili' " ror Ne-roes.
Nep rev Shoes,
Also, a good assortmvient of miien'n. hoys aid la
die-4 fine Shoes cased nena'm Boots.
%len's fine iis, l'ur and Seal Caps,
Boys cloth Ctpsand wod Iiats,
Saddlery. Ifardwarr. Crockery. Tin, Sic.
With iany eIlier articles too teliousto ens
iterate. which will ie sold on accomtimodating
ter'us for cash. or on timie to ptunctial ctumosll
ere. NICHOLSON & PR. SSI. Y.
*%ov 14, 1838 tf 41
OF DAGGM;, ROPE 9 B:ACON,
JUST RECvEnI AND FO SALI.
Pieces best IEM51P BAG(ING,
200A do wide TOW dlo.
1110 Coils ol'snaill IIe np Rope,
10 do. do. Tow do.
501) lbs. I nglish Twine,
10,000 primie Bacon Sides,
Sugas , Coffee and Mlasses,
Sitl, Iron andA Steel
Teas. Ljaf and Litup Sugar,
Branlys, Winee, and Cordials,
All.of 1he'a-ive articles, or any that we way
sell, te willhepdra to h of the.be eluity,a. d
tvilfxl wil to-nlerer otherwise, at the loweft
possible prices;and we assure our frienda4 & the
public generally. that orders for Bagging and
.Cope,or any other article ita our line, shall have
.ar best a teation
We still continiie tee trainaet business on Com
mission, a- d will attend to the selling or storing
of Cotton, or any otlier business eatrusteil-to onci
care. II. 1. JEFrERS & Co
Hatmiburg, July 12, 1838 tf -3
Ssett' isp :O.ita 'aruiliin.
IN THEt CUMiMO.a PLEJAS.
Saessplson Kilereasme,vs. (FORastCN ATT AcH
Wile l"reeans , MEN'rc AssUMPsir.
1HtIIl Plus.it 'isithsisecase havs ,o. ste 14th
d~.lay at Ainay, itU.$d, tileda htisde clcarationc its
the C.erk'sOilice. and the def'es.tdasn havincg no
wife or atiorntey. kusmevi toC bea int thi~Stte Suton
whaom a encpy of' the scaid declcarcatioen umay~ be
se'rved: Ia is the're'fore ordere'd,shat the said ade
tendlant dec appesar & mncake Isis defetnce within
ta vesar aanel a day) fromis the filing~ oSf the scid ede'c
laraitien, or finsal tassd absoincte judagmetnt will le
awar,led to te staid pilainctifl.
GEt IG E P('PE,c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, ialay 14th, ie838. 1.
"state of Su ti.a i n olinua
IN TIHE CO0U.UON PLEAS.
WVm. Brnsiiost, ves. Foreign Attachwenat.
Williami D)rtnm, Debt.
1'E H a.- P aintifliin thsis c'ase haaving.on th- 11thl
A of Sephrtemer, tiled his dec'laration its thce
Clerk' it llice, antd the alefendeant hsaeing nso
wife or tattorneye,knaown to ibe in~thsis State. sapont
w..osm a ceepy ofh the said d.ckn, atiotn msan le
served: It is thceref'ore erdleredl, thia the scad tie
Ii'ndlast dee ip pear ad mtake' Isis dlef. sce weishina
a year anld a day. rom the filin oflthe s:aid d'c
laration, or finacl asnd abestea juadgsmenct will bce
awaarded tee the said P5tiinti1.
GEO., POPE, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Sept II, 18318 eq 33
'tate of 'Oulth Car'olauia
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Daveidl Onczs.vs ATTAcuan~T,
WVilliamc l)rsm. AssUsrastT.
V ~ Hll' Plaintiti in thsit casne hatvitng thuis day
filed lhin decltartationc itn thce Clark's Odlice,
asnd the D)efensdanit havinsg no Waife or Attornsey
knowns to beo in thsic "4tate, ii:ion whvlosm a copy
of the sa'idl declaarations msay lhe se'rved- There
fore ordered. that the said d'e-ndanst do 'appear
anad make his" defensce witin a year and ni dny'e
from the filinsg ecf thsai dechl'caration, or imil
aned :abnsiue mttmtent will be t'orthswiths awar
d d to the said P!aimciR'.
G EORIGF. POPE, c. c. p.
Clerk's Oflico, Edgefield, May 1.4, 18:18 15
StatPe ife botitil ('alIill.,
IN T HlE COM'.MON PLE'AS.
vs. FonzREvo ATr'cTCngENT
iE Hi. Plaintiff ina the above case hsavin.
A this day S'iled Isis declaratioen. ansd the lIe
feondant having no wife or attornevy known to
be n itin te Sitate, uspon whom a copy of said
declarcationt, with a rsulo to pleid e'ouled'he serv
ed: It is Olrderata, that thce said D)efendeantt ala
appear aland ake lhis deience ina the aforesanid
action. withist a year and a day. frosm this data'
or final amed absolutte juadgmemt will ho awarded
GF.ORGF- POPE, c. c. P.
C)erk'sOffice. Nov. 1. 1$8 ,d. 4
- - .-- 1
Dr. John Supplufgton's
Are offered to the public as a certaan an.t eferlta
remedy for jecers of every description.
j AM of oliaion tMat all severs are a unity o.
dimease ifrt milde,t in.ermittent iup to
the lig,.es, grade it % ellowi ien r, and thau the
different denominations of severs, are i-nnply
owing to some partictadar state of the atoalompliere
4ir to misne pecutiar citomtitim.. of the syrtelm; am
with light varsation-, suehi as I tiave maide, the
treatumnt shldci bee the same. I alm aso of opsm.
iotn tiat 'kis nn1st be the prevailing tiloly of th
day, or how is it that physicias treat levers
'hroughout with Calumel and a law other depls
De,criplion and treatment offevers. viv.:-Ist.
Intermssittent or Ague end Ferer. 2dl-. Bilious
flever. .3dly. Typhus or Nercous Erver. and all
other fevers by whatever name they may be
Ist. Of Iaternittrnt or Ferer and Aguae. I
consider all levers of tis intermittenjt character
which cool oll' once in twenty-iturhotars, wheth
er pres ded by a chill or taut; or whether the
fever .and chill ris and co-mine toge-her, or if
there be nochill ait all. .oimettunei- fever of this
character contines 24 or 4 hours wit -tont inter
tmisjsion. and sometimes it occurs only every third
day. \ ine tenths oftlev fever.. of this state. sad
taost other slates of this union. partake itaor or
less ol this character; and is all their varitiuts tap
peamances the treatment should be time same.
'his medicine ciaes by correcting the bile, giv.
iag totne and enivrgy to tle stomiach ant howels,
aaid thereby communicating health andt strength
to the whole system It is also liossessed of ouch
simguar and admirable prop-ities, that it does
not sicken tile stomach ar operate oti the how
vlats sa fetrgative. It boreaks the lever it. frot
24 to 48 hours. aurimg which time the patient
feels no sensible benefit rrom it. ha finds him
selfsuddemiy weil without hiing coi eit als otfeiti
tm:de of overation. There is nao trsenic or aiy
oiler article of a Imisomm s natutre it this mitedi
ciie. It is entirely harenless; wemnen in a y sit
untion may take it with perfect safety; anud if
doieble tl- quantittyherein recotmmlendel wits ta
ken. no lad elects would be produet-d biy it.
Tie increasd demand loir this micdlicine. las in
deaeed ine in future to prepare it only in the form
off pills as tle trnsportatioi- o vials is both in
colive ielit and Fafe. For grown persotn- or
children who preler t:mki g it in a lhuid lori, it
canl het prepared coiiveniently by any person in
the folliwatk. aanni-r pound welve pil;s %ell.
put the lreparaticlu mios, a vial. aitd poutr two
c411s1mnin sIZ4 d table spoonfiolls of whiskey or wa
ter ta it- spirits ofiay kind are best. Any other
quaw lily olf tht lioanmd may heli prepared at the
saise timne. h% mereismig or lessening the ynti
ti ofthe medicine in the same polortion as de
Treatmient.-If the patient prefers taking a
,,tuke or ipuirge before lie otmmeces te use of
this nicine, I have lin- obection, hat it is rarely
if ever i.evessary. lie can drink cold water or
make ust- of any kind of diet suiitable for a sick
person, withont tie least danger, or stlering the
slightest incionvenioence fron it. A growin per
son will take fur a dose i pill or comstion szod
tva spoonfil of the liquid every two hour. both.
:lay ad night, tonti, tile disease is brlkemin chil
drenii ir 10 years old will take :1) or 41) drops.
and those three or four years old will take 15 or
2) drops. and itifantts :1 or 4 weeks sold will take
from 't to 6 drops. relpeated and continued as re
coimended lfor gron% n persons. Beat as lersons
are very sh ect to i relaise asr retm n of this dis
ease. whe?her they are cured inl this or any other
way, it would be well to comimie taking three or
four d4oses a day until, it! strength and oomplex.
ion tire restored. and particnlarly if* the person
has Alrealy hmd i. -veral relapset.. kme box will
Care two persons of*a coinisiton ai tack of age and
fever. Before' the liquid is taken the vial should
be well shaken.
2dly. Oflitions Fever. This is a more obsti
nate ased dangerous disease than intermittent or
ague and fevertre are gesera.ly three orfour.
d-1('Vftdi"11161rp-vrius tothe onset of this
disease. and freolosently chilly sensatio.s tier aday
us two aller. Whei, this di ease is properlv
forted it rarely yields to ajiy fromatment under A Or
1t) days, and sometimes intiurh longe-r.
:1ily. Of Typhus or Nerrous Fever. This i
stisl a mach more 0bstina e and -taiger-iasdiseasi.
than lillaimi- liver. and apm: ently mse ail i ini
the commetcement. It olen c-4ntinues lileee
or twent dav with searcely aIy retmission air in
termuission,. wnh -great prosstrtati.on of bosdy ami
dleplsimssion osf mind. Ii mnay lbe wv.-l tam obsaera
thiamt Typhlius fev er is muost caslmmion in a ihe wiap
aaid spsrlng, atnd B.illionis f'ever imi the saurnmner ani.
lall. lam tIhe first stasge of till fevers, it is cotmme ,
tar the tongue tam be covred with a whmitisha con:m
ad if the fever is nost brokena andc ralms i 1o (5
secosid stage, it is iapt tco assninie a vellasi is
browan colcer. and in the third amid las~t stai e os
levers. (ad particaulairly if they are of a high
gradm anmd mialigntiel c'hia aemer) the toanine isapt
to assnine a clark briown cailor, ofldifferenat degrees
oftmiscitumre; sometimes it is exceed.anelv dni
this stage of the' disease the paituint as o'flen'sen
sibsle ofa hot cor bumrnins se'nsaitics in thme stosach
The syimptonmms of these two.diseases are so mmmchi
alike mi their first stage that physicianis ofkena if
fig as to their reaml chiaraicter . nosr adoes it mauttea
immaterally. becauise the treatmenmt of both shoui
lie p etty mneiah the same, wvithm this exceptiotn.
thait typhusni fever cdoes tnt rac-quire nsor will at
beair as mne'h stroang sieceninlg lmedicine as bil
Tretmsent In the first stage of tho two last
diseases. give .alipuke er o' e or two small do,es
aif calumiel or smiome oat:mer ';eedicinse that will ape
rate siponm use stomlach and h'owels. Ua.der any
cir. nmstiances I oh cee' to givi.ie mnore stronig
mecdicinte, and ams cdecdecdly of opinmions that re
petecd di,ses of stuch oie auting aimdicines do
msore hlarm thani geoad. Aftei thue sorarmg on.
thse stomacha andc how eas (mind even witinm it) a
if -evarail dlays hatve e apsed :an.dc mym patient lie
conmc weazk, I 'otlimece wills thle pilas tic drops.
atni give mmadose c'va'ry three houirs, that i's eight
daises mt each twenty ltomr haours, with a regular
mnse 01 Vmrgiaa samke-roast. 'r soe othmer sweait
lma tea. sneh as hmysati stage iir hahn. aould
the patienit sntfler imuch with pin in the h'adl,
bamck oir elsewhere, give twenaty or twenaty-tive
drops of lanadannllm at nighit. if it be mm growrvi per
somn (chlildrem ~sould lakeletsscomrrespondling ith
the:ragces) anda Ssholhe e iceme in'h dilaita
teal froim ai cotinuaiation of' the dcisease. as.t pmar
tienslarly if tIm hiads andl fe'et becsmec cosld. give
a drnalght oif toddcy or wine every three or fomur
hcoars until lie recover-: coniitinule mill the tinae to
use the pills air drops as recaommsended. The
diet shioul lie light. andm takent only ia little at a
tilmae and otent
ftleedinag is ses sehldomm regnired itn thmese cdisea
ses that a, as sc:ircclv mnecessary to amaetic i;il
it ever is resorted to it shoauld be in the early
stage iof themt.
IBlistering is sometimaes utseflmad ralrely if ev
er it.paramas; buat it shoid lie chiefly recso teal to I
imn alme bastn 'aage. when~a there i. cdelii;im sir la'tinig
coaldness in thec c xtrenuatie's. Inm time ;reaiil ma t cof I
sthmer of thtesae cdisasecs. I wvasidla prefer the h'w.
ela 10 bae in. rather a costive' thanm beaxativcesondi.
to. Baut should the how,els be tcsa inactive, -
give brokem dases of salts or oil, eor open them
with injec~tiens. aand il' they shania hse two laxa.
live, give six or eighst dlrops of lattdannttn two,
thirme cr four timaes a clay, asmitil the laoaseess is
restrainied. My experii'ece isa thme tre'atmient of C
yeilow fever hans nasa been iery ex'enssiv". hot it
as neihmer amocre nor less thams the hithecst inrrade aof
bilions fever, amid shoualcd lie treated pretty imneah
in the saame wvay.
Saline Countay, Mlissouri.
Price $1 50 per box.
Nanherlesis caetificatmes of this amedcicine, h-nv I
heen tendecied. hnt I hiav' .hight fit tai In1ers on.
ly thec following fromt the Rev .- oe Ii. _idn
tegister of the Land Ofinco for the Sping Filed
bet rict. Mo..which seens to -embrace t.- opin.
oln of issany in difierent sections of' te coun.
ry. J. m.
Having travelled much 4,ver the states, both
vest and south, and ha% ing heard much said in
'avoirofDr Sitppitngio!'a Ibv r pils, I do fiee.
y ce-rntfthat I beheve there han ne ovoel'etbeenl
ily nedicine ottered to the paublic so Bfliecious
n the cure of fl-vers apt that which lhe l r pre
pared. I have known cuamal. laboouring under fe.
ver and ague, cred iii the courte ofi i omm 24 to
1-4 imis; itod all cases or fever in, which I have
kmwis it used. it lam never fitiled ti effect a
:nre. so far as k nown to oe, in a shorter time
han any tmiedien,e I have ever known used I
Ito the- efiare recmaend it to all persone labor
mg inder fever, as the biest rei-ed known to
the pulel- JOI L H RADEN.
.A fremeh supply of the above vnlunb.e medi.
ieees offered for sale at the Edgefield Drug
April 19 13
",%file or Soth Voroli a.
IN 7WjE COMMON R&,9A.
E. & C. Varnall, vs.
Barthel .Windinig,-Shoher ATTAnExIr.
L Hunting. vs. the.-atne.
* Hi .it EAS the Plaintiffs did this day file
their declaration in the Office of this
"ouort,ngainst the Defendant, n ho is absent from
mud without tIhe limits of the State, (as it is said)
N having neither wife or attorney knowo, with.
ithe same,ot, whoim a copy of the declarations
Yith a rule to 1.lend t1es eto ought to be served:
is therefore oidered.that the defendant appear
nd plead to toe said decaerntmts within a vear
a da) - Wthet wise tinal judgment will be given
ad awarded amtitst Win.
l'-OUG E POPE, c. c. e.
Clerk's Office. Dec. J. 1;7 daq 44
State of otith arolina.
IN 'V'11L COMMUN PLEAS.
Join Ly4en, vs ATTACHMENT,
Wihanim Cook. AssuMSIr.
iT' pInI a4titffl this case having on the 15th
day Of Alect ltnber,1637, filed his declar.
olt inl the Clerk's Office, and the Defendant
maving to wife or attorney, known to be in this
Suite. tpont whom a copy ofthe said declaration
1ny lie served: Tisereiore ordered, that the said
felendotnt do appeari a make his defence within
k yetmr and uday 1'ront tile filing of-the said decla
'ationl, or limil and absogute judgement will be
orUmth-awardoe. t, the said Plaintiff.
G EORG E POPE, c. c. p
Clerk's Office. J Aecember 15, W; 15 tf
Factorage- & Comnision
HAM1sUUi, -S. CAROLINA.
H E auisertiher respectfully beFs leave
to amnottnce to tie Planters and berceiants
if the Upper oie.tricts, that he has simude ar
1-meien isIm ieu t-e noul.4 season to It -ceive
md -ell Coijoii. a,d irubts that his exp!erienvce
ie the btsmness unl Ue matv facilities ineeient
90 bw pre-envia occupatimn. will enable him to
tne it m extemsive latroijage.
Mercea.odize and Coptton Received and For
warded with tie usual despatch.
J. F. DENSON.
Sept 14. 1838 d* 40
bta e of out.i anrolina.
IN THE C0k. ON PLEAS.
X. K. Butir & Co. vs. AnazAient.
Joit U. Morrat. A*m*psd.
5 HE Plaiitif'o having this dY filed their
dielairation.. And the De
meither wife nor attorney. known to be in th:s
itate. tordered, that ift lie said Defeendnrt do
cot appear & make his defence. withio a'vear
nicd a day froim isais date. fimial alsol ahsq;ute
ineldyttent shall he forthm ith given & awarded
rot the said Platitifs intmachmt.
JAMES WARDLAW. c.c. e.
Clerk's Ofie Dec. 4. e37 adq 45
-' M~tonde:ey the 1.5th minmteween Eli
ib .Vh Watson's and Artemas Wamt.eon's
mimhe RIidge. inm this D)istriei. on thme Roatd
"inditng from Clumbinim. I wavs indnlceede to
ieeend a younmgi main of suspicious ap
:'drance,'t',t wee vas fcmuted otn a finte horse.
. heerse i.. five yeare old, of a reddilsh
-an ceelor. ef latrge~ size, white hinud feet &r
vihite foot locks, black tmaiim and tail. lrmm
-reucmstainles, I amcc itnducedi to thinmk that
lie beerse was setoleme in Georgia. 'The own
-m will coccie forward, prove piropercy, pay
xpeenses and .oake him away.
Oct. 19 .18
ALL Persons indebted to the late Joab
(U l*adget, deceased, mire requested to make
symcent: a'ed all persons leaving detmandls a
'ueint tihe estate ol'saidl deceaseed are requested
m -resenmt thcem dutly attested.
Srp'tnior . W M. PA DGF.T.
inesmedl tee maake imnamediate payment, antd
hoseee havintt dlemands to present theam pro
WILLIAM BRUNSON, Ad'mnr.
H E N mtes and Accounita of Dr. James
Spann deceaedm, have been left withb
bir. H. L. Jeffere, m Hamscburg. All per
onis indi.etd to Drn. Spannet are reqgnested
cocallnned pay Mr. Jecteru, who is authmoriz
d teo receive the cmn ney; aced those bhtving
emacntds againest time Estate will please
enuder them teo im. E. SPANN,
March 26, 18S38 tf A A dm'tr.r.
.i*O T ECE.
~ L.1 Pers.ons inmdebted to the late Cht -
tiani Breithtapt, dec'd., are regt.,st
d to make itmmediate payment.. And ill1
cersons having detmands against the estate
ef said deceased :are requested to present
hem duly attested.
JO HN A I;SK E'TT, E.r'or.
L AW NVOT ICE.
j Hl E Umcer'signed1 hacve associated
I themclves toet~heor in the practico
f Law anti Equmity ini Edgefieeld Distrcl.
N. IL GR IFFIN,
Sept. 4. 1835 tf 3l
Y IIOti~SF. andi LOT1. in the Vilinge of
.I Edgefield. tuponm terms to stit a purchtaser.
ri my absence, apply to Col. Hansket..
April 12 if .JI)