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C0KI!G STOVE s c.
T IfE undersigned has just received a large
supply of improved STOVES for Coal
and Wood. of entire new patterns. and of va
rioiis sizes. viz:
The People's Coal or Wood Cooking Stove
Superior to any ierotofbre in use, not only on
accouit of convenience. the perfect nanni-r in
which the cooking is performed. butalso on ac
cont of the econoaty of fuel which it effects.
The Patent Grecian Parlor Grati,
Which for beauty and economy excels all others,
produicing reter effect with less fiel.
Te Parlor and Hall Stove,
passi nx heat from the basetienit to thet upper part
througi flues into the four corners, and through
The Parlor and Pipe Franklin,
with plain and urn tops, for wood or coal, new
lv coonstructed with swelled back, sunk hearth,
door front, &c
The Ship and Steam Boat Stove,
esiculated to cook for 50 or 200 persons, with
less fitel and greater convenience than any other
stove now in use.
Also, a Variety of SMALLER STOVES,
with the same improvemets.
The Box 6 S4 9 Plate Stove,
open and plain tops, of various sizes,from IR to
Also. Ame6itan, English and Rnssinn Sheet
Iron. Stoeve Pipe. Sheeting aid Brazing Cop
per. Block Tin, and Tin Plate.
All of which he offers for sale low for CASH,
or a pproved paper, at No. 168 Broad street at
the Sign of the Cofee Pot, aid directly opposite
the Eagle & Phoenix Hotel, Augusta
B. F. CHEW.
The highest price will be given for Old
Peter, Copper. Brass and Lead.
Augusta, Ga. Oct. 22, 18:-. tf 39
CLOCKS, WATCUES and
J E *E E E R V.
to. 242 BROAD STRXET, AUGUSTA, GA.
(Near the United States lild )
T HE Subscriber oilers to tie Citizens of
TEdgeield District and its vicinity a Rich
and Fashionable assortment of
WATO1M, JaW3LLERY &
.e the latest Style and Importation, consisting
3n part of the following Articles:
old Independent Second Watches, with
from 17 to 25 Jeweis,
Gold & Silver Levers, Plain & full Jewelled,
London Duplex and Anchor Escapement
Gold & Silver Lepine and Vertical Watches,
Ladies' rich Gold Neck Chains, new pattern,
Gentlemen's Gold Guard and Fob Chains,
Keys, Seals, Finger-Rings, Breast-Pins, Ear.
Gold and Silver Thimbles, Pencil Cases,
Spectacles, &c. &c.
Maule Clck%, Flewer Vases & MUNIcUl
A General Assortment of
SILVER TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
SuOAn roses, Sour LamI.Es, CASTOR & CAKE
BAsETs, CANDLEsT:CRs, SAT Srooss, & c.
A fine assortmvent of Roogias'. ELvtorr's
and WADE & BUTCHER's RAZORS, PEN
KNIVES AND SCISSORS; also a good as
sortmvent of BOWIE KNIVES and DlIRKS.
JOHN B. MIJRPH IY.
N. B. Cv.ocRs anid WATcHuSs carefmully re
paired, and Warranted to perform wvell.
Anmirnstai. : m. \laarh -". I1"3 a r9
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
Ti uoas L.J 131) ,vs. Attachimenat Assmvpsit
Hatch Kimball, vs. Atcivn amuupi
Park & Fowler. Atcmn supi
H&litfsin the above cusen having this
da Giled themrdeclarationa, andl thme Diefen
dants having neither wives nor attorneys.
knowni to laa in this State. ordered, that if the
said Defomndants do nuot appear anid make their
defence. wvithim a year anid a day r'romn this
date, finial andl absolute jndgemnt shall be
forthwith given and awarded for tihe said
Plainatifis in attachmevant.
JAMES WARDLAW, c. c. e.
Nov W1. 1 "38 t& T adla~ 45
*||45 Re ward.
SR ANAWAY from tihe Subscri
_________ her ovn tIhe night of the 5ith of
FI)LIebruary last, from vmy place two
miles from Ihamburg, S. C. acpero
man nmed ilEN, about forty.five
years old, five feet six inmches high.
The above rewardl I will pamy for
delivering haitm tome, or piuttmg him
ihn jailso that I cana get him.
Hamburg, March 26, 1837 tf 8
Drought to the Jail
- F this District, a Negro manm niamed Ar
..Vclay, about 5 feet 8 or 10 imachmes haighm, 40
or 45 years old, stiff ia the left leg, all his front
teeth out, and of light cotnplexion. H e says he
belongs to Johna Flainagana, of Latncaste' pis.
trict, Soutth Carolina..v,.
Trhe owner is requested to
prove property, paiy charuges a l,
C. J. GI
Dec 4. 183R
State of soutth , iir g.
Oh LIVER SIM PSON, Esq. toles before me,
aP small bay Horse, with a few saddle
marks on his back, and a small white spot on
his forehvead, near four feet eleven inachves high;
and about seven or eight years of age. Ap.
p raised to be worth finty.five dollars by Caleb Hi.
oadsay, G. H1. Hnah, and Henry Spares.
ROBERT ANDER1SON, q. u.
Js.,b,,.. ncon -m 6' 0
Mstate of %outh Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Fohn Middleton, ?
f vs. FOREIoN ATTAcEN1T
i l1 I. Plaitiff n the above case having
this day filed his declaration, and the Do
lbndant having no wife or attorney known to
be within the State, upon whom a copy of sid
declaration, with a rule to plead could be serv
ed: It is Ordered, that the said Defendant do
appear and make his delence in the aforesaid
action, within a year and a lay, from this date,
or final and absolute judgment will be awarded
GEORGE POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk'- Office, Nov. 1, 1838 dq 40
Stule of s jII I nro( ma
IN THE COVWMON PLEAS.
Win. Brinson, vs. Ereign Attachwent.
William Drum, Debt.
ill L Plaintiff is this case having.on the 11th
of September, filed his declaration in the
Clerk's Office, and the Defendant having no
wil or attorney,known to be in this State, supon
wisom a copy of the said declaration may be
served: It is thereorre ordered, that the said'De.
Indant do appear and make his defence within
Syearand a day, firim the filing ofthe said dec.
aration, or final and absolute judgment will be
awarded to the said Plaintiff.
GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Sept 11, 1838 eq 33
State of, Souith CaPolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Saintson Kilerease,vs. FoatoN ATTACH
Wiley Freenian NET AssumPsIT.
T IiE Planliffin this case having,on the 14th
tday ot May, 1838, filed hisdeclaration in
the Cierk'sOllice, and the defendant having no
wife or attorney. knowne to be in this State upon
wlom a copy of the said declaration miay be
served: It is tierefore ordered,that the Pailide.
fi-ndant do appear & make his defence within
a year and a day from the filing of the said dec.
laratien, or final and absolute judgmentwill be
awarded to the said dlaintiF.
GEORGE POPE,c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, May 14th, 1838. 15
state or South Carolina.
IV TIIE COMMON PLEAS.
Robbins & Conner, ?
Vo Assumpsit Attachment.
tl'. Plainift, in this case. having this day
Tfiled his declaration, ani the Defendant
liavin neither wife nor attorney within this
State, 11poni whom a )oy ol said declaration
*41 b-- served; Ordere , that the Delendant
o- rd thereto within a year and a lay from this
poiblicnion or th - said action will be taken pro
:onfesso against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office Oct -4. 1-38 daq 43
*tate of %outi 4 'arolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
CharlesS proull, Adin'r ofr
LUuty E. Lipford, dec'd vs. ATTACNENT.
Jaines Donald. . AssuMPsIT.
T HE Plaint if in this case having, on the
. 20th day of March, 1838, filed his decla
tion in my office, and the defeidant having no
wife orattorney,known tnhein this State,upon
whom a copy ofthe det.. ation, with a special
rder ofthe court endorsed thereont,can be serv
3d: Therefore ordered,that the said Janes Don
ald do appear and make his defience within a
rear and aday from tie filing of thedeclaration
as aforesaid, or final & absolute juIgmene will
be forthwith given and awarded against him.
JAS. WARDLAV, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, 11th May 138.- 15
state or' .%Outh, t oiiina
IN COMMON P LEAS.
Jacob Chamberlin, )Attachment in Aassmt.
Survivor, v's. Two Notes-Damages
John A. Young. $:153 50 cis.
T lIE lainitiff hiavinag this day -filed his dec
laration in this case, in the Clerk's Offce,
anid the said Julin A. Young having no wife or
attorney. known to lie in this province, upon
whlonm a copy or the said declaration wvith a
special order of the Court endorsed thxereon,can
be served: It is therefore Ondered. that the said
John A.Yountg do appearand m sake Isis defence
with a year and a day, from the filing of the said
LIeclaation, as aforesaid, or final and abtsolute
idgmtent will lie forthwith given and awarded
lior the said plaintiff.
J AS. WVA R DL AW, c. c. P.
Clerk's Ofrie, Jan. 17, 1838 dnq 51
Look at This?
AIlL Persons indebted to Da. InwRoon
BUR will please call and settle with S.F.
uoonaE, who is daily authorized to settle tsp his
looks a d give receipts. Hi BURT I.
~'n. :. $8% If '21
T Hi E UTnder.signed have associated
themseelves together in the practice
>a'Law and Equity in Edaefield District.
N. I. GRIFFIN,
Sept. 4, 1838 tf 31
MY HOUSE andi LOT'. int tIhe Village of
dVU7lefGeld, up~on terms to suit a purchaser
Ii my absence, appjly to Col. Blanske'tt.
April 12 tf iio
A L L personis indeebted to the Estate ot'
?3.Francis Ml. Young, are reglnestedi to
untke imnmediate Itayment; and all perisonts
i:tvinag demiatids against the Estate are re
gmnestedi to ptreseni thema dusly at tested.
hEDMtUND PE'NN, Adm'r.
O.. 1!)''b 18:iS tlf ;8
A L Pecrsons itndelbted to the late Chvr
tian Breithautpt, dec'd., are regt...st
xl to make immediate payment. And a II
wersons hiavisng dlemtandts againist the estate
if said deceased are requested to present
hemt duly attested.
JOhIN IIAIUSKETT, Ez'or.
., t,- l t
d U4anp oved Aiuak .maiucers.
dJ -)MPRtOVED P'INK SAUCERS
I fonr dying8Silk, Stockings. Gloves,
featisers. Flowers, iiiany, Gauzes, Crnpes,
Dambricks, Mulsslins, & c. & c.
bist receivcd atnd for sale at the Edgefield
July lE6 tf24
sugar Iloume ?iOLANN%E8.
5bH 11)8 of Girst quality Sugar Iloase Melas
saea, just received by thme subscribers.
nG..&k.fl nNe &CO.
New Fall and fter
, he subscribers beg- leave their
friends and the public , ui-they
are now receiving their e o AWis
ter Goads; censisting of the fblowV8atiles,
:iuper 6-4 black Italian Lustring'-W
" " Gro de Swiss :'g
" '' Sit-hew
" " Figured do
" colored a do
" Muslin do Lane,
English Prints, new style,
Fancy do and Mourning do
red and white Flannels, Whitj Canton do
B!ack and colored :-4 and 6-4 Cirdisslans,
" 6-4 Gro de Nat erino
6.4 Fr and .0g Adu -
6-4 Coronation Cord,
Ladies super fancy silk Shawls and'Veils,
plain Lama do
red merino do
silk and bullion fringe do
colored merino and c1ducille bor
China -ilk Hose,
Ladies black ribbed do
worsted and merinodo
white sad colored cotton - -,do
" Freinch muslin worked Colars,
" silk, beaver and hookin Gloves,
" bonnet and belt Ribbons,
" linen 4camnbric Hdkfi.
" mourning muslin Collars, -- -
" super. English Straw Bonnets,
Misses . " - do
Lvilg law.i and Irish Linens Diaper Towels;
8.4, alble, 3.4 & 4-4 Diapers,
A good assortment of Satinets, Casimeres and
Blue, black and invisible green Cloths,
Furniture Fringe and Dimity,
Cotton net Shirts and Suspenders.
Men's buckskin, woolen &zufred Berlin Gloves
mixed and white lamb's wool half Hose,
black silk and worsted do
" silk pocket hdkrx and black Cravats,
Stocks, Liuen Bosoms and Collars,
5-4 English and French black Bombazin,
A good assortmentwhite plain jaconet mull and
figured and plaid Swiss do
Bobinets. Insertings, Thread Lace and Edging,
Power loom Ticking aid Russia Dialvers,
Bleached and brown ShirtinF and Sheetings,
Wooln Linseys and Washington Jeans.
heavy goods for servants,
9-4 10-4 11-4 Whitney Blankets,
8-4, 9-4 Duffil " for Negroes,
Also, a good assortment of men's, boys and la.
lies fine Shoes and men's Boots.
Men's fine Hats, Fur and Seal Caps,
Boys' cloth Caps and wool Hats,
Saddlery, Harkvare. Crockery, Tin, Sc.
With many other articles too tedious to enu
nierate. which will he sold on accommodating
terins for cash, or on time to punctual custom
era. NICHOLSON & PRESSL.Y.
Nov 14, 1838 tf 41
OF BAGGING, ROPE $ 8.4 CON,
JUST RECEIVED AND F0 SALE.
Pieces best HEMP BAGGING,
200 do. wide TOW do.
100 Coils of small Hemp Rope,
100 do. do. Tow do.
500 lbs. English Twine,
10,000 prime Bacon Sides,
Sugar, Coffee and Molasses,
Salt, Iron and Steel
Teas, Loaf and Lump Suga,
Dhrandys, Wfines, and Cooials,
All .--ae----ve A 1tiele. - 'T ~ emm y'
sell, we will werrant to be of the best guaNg,and
will sell to order or otherwise, at the lowest
possible prices;and we assure our friends& the
pnblic generally, that orders for Bagging and
Kope, or any other article ill our line,shall have
our best attention
We stilicontinue to transactilusiness on Com
mission, and will attend to the selling oratoring
of Cotton, or any other business entrusmed to our
care. H. L JEFrERS & Co.
Hamburg, July 2, 1838 f 23
Factorage & ComnagIsin
HAMBURG, S. CAROLINA.
r *'HE subscriber respectfully bege leave
Uto announce to tIme Planters and Merchants
of the Upper Districts, that he has made ar
rangements for the ensuinag tseasonl to Receive
lad Sell Cotton, and trusts that hais experienace
in the business and the maany facilities incident
to his present occupation, will enable him to
merit an extensive patronage.
Merchmandize and Cotton Received and For
warded wvithm the usual despaatch.
J. F. BENSON.
Srm,t 14. 1838 if 40)
i o ft I e e.
O)N%Moda the 15thi inst.h,emwej'n Eli
jamb Watson's and A rtemas WVatsona's
at ihe Ridge. in this District, on the Road
leading from Qolumbia, I was induced to
apprehend a young man of euspicilous ap
pearance,w~ho was mounted oin a fine horse.
The horse is five yeare old, of a reddish
roan color, of large size, white hind feet &
white foot locks, black maint and tail. From
circumnstances, I amn iniduced to think that
the horse was stolen in Georgia. The own
er will come forward, prove property, pay
expenses and sake him away.
Oct. 19 38
A.LL persons indebted to the estate oaf
SehnTomipkin%, deceased,are re
quested to muake immsediate panymnt, ahed
those having demands to present them pro
W IL LIA M BRUNSON, .4d'mr.
Se1pt. 6. l18 .tf 32
H E Notes and Accounats of Dr. James
-Span,deceased, have been left with
Mr. II. L. Jeflfers, in Hamburg. All per
sots indebted to Dr. Spannm are requested
to call and pay Mr. Jeilers, who is authmoriz
ed to receive the money; and those having
demands against the Estate will please
rendrer them to him. E. SPANN,
Mar-ch 26, 1838 ,f R A dm'ri.r.
~ IROM the subseriber,
Fnmear 'Hamburg, ahout
the fast of April, 'noo. Steers. 5
or 6 years "I , ong sIlim hlorns,
Oine of the Steers is red and white, the other
brinelled. Ear mark not recollecte. The
steers were in fine order, as they had been stall
fed. I presuime they will endeavor toreturn to
Cambridge, where they wtere raised.
Dr. Jo*am Sappington's I
Are *fered to te puUic as a cerfaix and efectual
resnedyforJivers of everyVdescripin.
AM of opinion that all fevers are a unity of
disease from the mildest intermittent up to
tae highest grade of yellow lever, and that the
different denominations of 1evers, are snmasy
owing to some particular state of the atmosph. re
or to some peculiar condition of the system; and
with slight variations, such as I have made, the
treatmeunat should be the same. I am also ol'opin
ion tfiat this must be the prevailing theory of the
day, or how is it that physicians treat revers
throughout with Calomel and a few other deple
Der-cription and treatment offevers, viz:-Ist.
Istermittess or Ague and Fever. 2dlv. Bilious
Feer.., ;kily. Typhus or Nervous Fever. and saill
other revers by whatever name they may be
Ist. Of ktermittent or Fever and Ague. I
consider all fevers of an intermittent character
which cool off once in twenty-four hours, wheth
er preceded by a chill or not; or whether tie
fever and chill rise and c4ontisue together, or if
there be no chill at all. .SometnimeL4 fever of this
character continues 24 or 48 hours without inter
mission, and sometimes it occursonly everv third
day. Nine tenths of the fevers of this state, and
most other slates of this union, partake more or
less of this character, and in all their various up
pearances the treatment should be the same.
This medicine cures by correcting the bile. giv.
ing tone and energy t) the stomach and bowels,
and thereby communicating health fnd strength
to the whole system It is also possessed of such
singular and admirable properties, that it does
not sicken the stoiach nor operate on the bow
els as a purgative. It breaks the fever its from
24 to 48 hours, during which time the patient
feels no sensible benefit from it, but finds him
self suddenly well without being con.-ciesus ofits
mode of oeration. There is no arsenic or assy
other article of a poisonous nature in this nedi
cine. I Iis entirely hariless; woten in any sit
uation may take it with perfect safety; and if
double the qiantitylherein recoinnnended was ta
ken, no had efl'ects would be produced by it.
The increased demand for this medicine. ins in
duced me in l'uture to prepare it only in tine form
of pills, ins the transportation of vials is both in
conveyient and unsafe. For grown persons or
children who prefer takin.g it in a liquid forun, it
can be prepared convenientiy by any person in
the following inanner: pounad twelve pills well,
pint the preparation into a vial, and pour two
common sized table spoonfiulls of whiskey or wa
ter to it- spirits of any kind are best. Any other
quatntity of the liquid may be prepared at tine
same tine, bv increasmig or lessening the quanti
ty ofthe medicine in the same pioportion as de
Treantent.-If tie patient prefers taking a
puke or purge before he commences the use of
this medicimse, I have sno objection., but it is rarely
ifever inectessary. lie can drink cold water or
make itse of any kind of diet suitable ir a sick
person, without the least danger, or suffiering tine
slightest inconvenience from it. A growsn per
son will take for a dose a pill or common sized
tea spoonful of the liquid every two hours. both
lay and night, until the disease is broken: chil
dren 8 or 10 years old will take :AO or 40 drops,
and those three or four years old will take 15 or
20 drops, and itnfants 3 or 4 weeks old will take
fros 3 to 6 drops. repeated and continued as re
coninended for groin personi. But as persons
are very subject to a relapse for return of this dis.
ease, whether they are cured in this or any other
way, it would be well to continue taking three or
four doses a day until the strength and complex
ion are restored, and particularly if the person
has already had several relapses. Une box will
cure two persons ofa common attack of ague and
fever. Before the liquid is taken the vial should
be well shaken.
. -dly. QfBilnous Paver. This is a more obtti
nate and dingerous disease than intermittent or
ague and fever, there are generaly three or four
days indisposition previous to the onset of this
disease, anti irequently chilly sensation. for a day
or two after. When this di-ease is properly
forned it rarely yields to any treatment under 8 o'r
10 days, and sometimes much longer.
3dly, Of Typhus or Nerrous Fever. This is
still a much more obstinale and dlangertnus di-ease
than bilious fever, and apparently more moid in
the commenceent. It __en continues fnee n
or twventy days with scarcely ny renmission or its
term:sasiont, with great p)rostratiosn of body aind
depression of mind. In nmay be well ts observe
thamt Typhus fever is nmost cnomon its thse winter
asnds.pring, and Blillionas fever it. tine summnnner and
fall. In the. fir..t stage of all fevers, it is coninnsss
for the tongue to be convered wvithn a whnitish ctt
and if the fever is nnot broketn and rusns it,to thne
secoind stage, it is apt tto assue a ye*llow'isht
browin color, and in thte third and last stage of
fevers, (and piarticularly if thney are of a Iuighn
grade and mnalignaint character) thte tongute inapt
to assumne a dark brown color, of different degrees
of moisture; somettunes it is exceedinwly dti v: in
this stage of tine disease thne patient is ollen sen
sible ofa hot or bnurniag sensation in time sttomach.
The syimtoms of these two diseases are so muchn
alike nmttheir first stage that physicians oflen dlif
for as.to their real chnaracter, snnr tdoes it mnatten
materily, because time treatmet of boths shtould
be pretty munchn thte same, withn this exception.
that typhus fever does nnot require tier will it
bear as tmuch~l strong sickening meedicine as bil
Tr-eatent Imn tine first stage of tho t wo last
diseases, 'give a putke tsr onne tor two small doses
of cnlomel or somne othner nnedicine thnat will tope
rate iupon tine stomnach ansd howels. Ulnder anny
cirrtumstannces I tb.;ect to giving. mnore strong
tmedicine, aind tim decidedly of opinion thati re
peated dnsnes of sinch operantitng tinedicinnes do
more htarm titan good. Anler thuis operating on
the stomtachn amnd bowvens (aind evetn wvithsout it)
if several days hsave etapsed annd sty patient Ibe.
come wveak, I comnsmesnce with tine pills :nndt drops,
and give a domse every three hnours. ilbat is eighnt
doses itn eacht twventy founr hsours, wvith it regunlar
use of Virginia snake-root, ornsome othser swteat
intg tea, suich as hyattp sage or balm. Shsoulid
the patient suffer muchn with pain ma the head,
back or elsiewhsere, give tweinty or twentty-five
drops oh laudanuma at ntight, ifit be a groswn per.
son (chnildren. shnoiud take less correspondlintg with
theirages) and shnould ho becomne musch dlebilita
ted front a continuatiton tof tiht disease. amnd par
ticularly if the hnannds and feet bnecosme cnold, give
a draughnt tof toddy or wine every thrnee or four
houtrs intil he recovers; continue all tite te to
iuse tine pills or dlrops its recommtsnensded. Theis
diet shounld be light, and takesn otnly a little at a
time andt oten,
Bleeding is so seldoms required ini thnese disea
ses thnat ii a scarcely necessary to tmention in; if
it ever is resorted to it should be in tine early
stage of thnem.
Blistering is sometimes usefusl and rarely if ev
er injurions; but it should he chiefly resortedl to
in the last stage,when there isdeliriutmr lastintg
coldness in tine extremities. Its tine tressmm tnt of
eithner of thtese diseases:, I wousld prefer the hew
ei no be in rathner a costive thnat laxaitive csnsdi
tions. Dint should tine bowels be too inactive,
give broken doses of salts or oil, osr openi thsens
wvith injectitons, amnd if thety shoumld ite two laxan
tive, give six or eighnt drolps tof haianumi two,
thsree ttr four titmes a day, until the looniness s
restraimned. My experiencee its the treattmetnt tof
yellow fever h.as not been very extentsivo. bunt in
is neithser more nor less than thme highest grade oef
bilious fever, annd should be treated pretty muc-h
in the same way.
Salitne County, Missouri.
Price $1 50 per box.
Numberless certificates of this medicine, have
been tentdered, hut I htave hnisght fit tttinssert on
Jy the feliowing from the Rev. yoel 1. lInden
Register of the Land Of11ce for tLe Spring Filed
district, Mo.,which seeins to eabrace the opin
ious of smany in ditd'rent sections of the coues
try. J. 8.
Having travelled mueh over the states, both
west and south, and having heard meh said in
Ian or of Dr. Salppingoss's fever pills, I do hete
iby certify, tiat I belkeve there has .o ver yet been
sy ssedicsine of'ered to the public so ellicacious
in the cure of fevers as that whicia iee has pre
pared. I have known wany labouring under tb
vet and ague, cured ins the coorse l "24 to
4A hours; and all cases of l'ever is I have
kntown it used. it hams net.o11
cure,so far as known to r,
than any iediciote I have eie,'
do therefore reconomend it to al abr.
ing under fever, as the best ressedy known to
the public. JOi-.L H HADEN.
A freslh supply of the above valuable imedi.
cine is offered for sale at the Edgefield Drug
April 1 11
hite of :Outh % a olina.
EDGEFELD i,sTRI (T.
T ii ESE ;Presents will certify to all concern
ed, that we. George M Newtou residing
in the c-ity (of Aulgusia. snd State of Georgia
ani John 0. B -'ord. residing is. the town 4of
flamburg in the District aforesaid, leave formned
and do hereby forns a partnerhip tnder the act
of the General A issbly ofthe State of South
Carolina autihocrizinlg the fortuntion of Limited
Partnerships,for the purcslone and sale of Goods,
Vares merchnudize.which business is to be car
ried oit in said town of lameiburg inder the name
and style of ".fohe, 0. B. Ford" and to continue
for and during the term of five years from the
date hereof. The said John 0. B. Ford is the
General partner, and the said Gets. M. Newton
is the Special partner having actually contribu
ted the sum or five thousanled dollars to the corn
mon stock,in testiotnony w% hereof we have ie -
set our hands this fiflh day of October, eighteen
hatdred and thirty eight.
(Signied] GEO.M. NEWTON.
' JOHN 0. B. FORD
Signed and acknowledged in the presenceof us.
[igned ] ARIOT'l,
' I WELLINGTON FORD,
Ilanhrg. A C. Oct. n. 1838 f 36
T II C 3ubscriber begs leave to intvite the at
tentioni of the peopleo' d FAgefield and the.
dmsimng Districts tat as estire New Stock of
SRENCII, GERMAN, ENGLISH &
AMl E RUCAN
DRY GO O D s.
Which he has just received from New York
and i" flow op.-ning at the New Store adjoin
ing Mr lifubbard's Hotel is Hamsnburg.
His stock is extensive-New-and bought for
cash all of which ie offiers fir sale at as low
pricesiks cale le boiglt in assy Sothern -ity.lle
deemsit entirely itninecessary to enter into a gen
eral eiulmeration of the articles of' whic i.
Mssortmentl in composed or to Isold out any i.
ducemuent. %which may noet in the practical opera.
tiosss ofiis butaasiness iee realized, but simp:y to
state that lee intende. to kei his store furnished
at all inies witistive oest & most desirable articles
need (as far as possible to do) ane assorteist ot
every thing that belongs strictly to is liume o:
ssiiess. assd that the buiyinx and selling of Drv
Go,-ds will constitue Isis sole and leading pursul
and leave it to those with whom ie shaIi he so
rorilmltnte as to deal to decide whether lee can sell
as cheap as others engaged in the same husiness.
JOHN O. B. Foi1 1.
Iamburg, S C. Oct 5. I:18 ab 3t
H E Suhscriliers have jtst received frots
N.York a spleudid assortment of FALL
AND WINTER GOODS. Conisting of
Clots, Cussimnerrs and Vestings,
StOck.o Colers and Bosoms,
Gloves and Suspenders.
"ate and UMbrellas,
.With nranny other New and l'ashionable Articlus
in their ;me. A general asortment of
HcEADYiADE. CL )TIIING,
And Military Trimmings of all kinds.
P. S.--CLIHIN'G Madeup in the beat s1a4e1
ner and m..ot Fasionble Style.
GOULDWIN. IiAiIitINGTON & Co.
J'eie i' H . Ocet. 2. 1:t8 i 3!"
N E W G 00O D 8.
rilIESubmscribesrs are receiving anti
espeemna thmeir f;eli anda wvinter supply ne
goodsis whsiebe havme beenm selec ted withi g..e,
enre from the latest simoraions. to wichd
they rspectfunlly inavite the altenstions ofi
their cueteomers nad the public generally.
Trheir stock embiraces a large and getter
al assortment of Ifritisht andI Atmerican sta
isle anti feeney gooads, suited to ehe Senson,
Groceries, Iliard ware, Crocswkery, Shoes,
H ats. Saddles, amnd a general assortnme of
Books and Stationary, all of which they
will sell on the esost reasonable termts, for
cash, or on credit so pumnctual customers.
0. L. & E. PENN, & Co.
Oct. 22, 1838 if as$
loUies, OCassessae-m'eg, Ve-st.s
ilATS, ST'OCKS AND GLOVES.
H Sbsrier have received 5 spies
didh asoriment of the above articles.nml
tie latest styles, to whsiche they itnvile 'he nmt
ce'ntionl of thecir entstomiers. They are pre
ip sredl to execuste alil orders for clothing is.
she best style andse en t he mtost r'esoable
t"rmis. 0. I,. & E. PENN. & Co.
Newv Gosbdw! New GOodIS.
H5 Eh' sub,scribeer issnowv receiving aned open.
ling a general asnd conmpiete assortment of
FALL A N[ WVINTEIR
Consisting of Faniey, Staple ansd )ry( Goods,
G.roceries. Croc.kery. Hasrd and liollow Ware,
Tin. Ware, Sasddlermy, &sc. & c wichl will be'
sold eer.y rheng. His friends ansd entomuern are
vsspectfelly eivited to call and examnine for
Iheeselves. C. A. i)OW D.
flngging anmd Bale Rope.
'1 IE Susibs'ers hav'e received a sp
p ily of H emstp andI tow Basgeinsg and
Bale Reepe, whih theyolefrsaea h
Anignsinm prices. .ofrfrsl tst
0. L. & E~ PENN, & Co.
SATINETS AND) FI.ANNEL8. Just re
ceived by time Subismcribers.
G. L. & E. PEN%
Oct :31. l938
r HI sieeebsrd ers have receivesd a upyo
C* EEE 01 nupeerior qusalitv tor tamily
~e. G. L. & E. l:NN & Co.7
'pWO one hsorse or Deaerborns WAGO.NS,
I ent:irely new. A >pl to
Near Gilgali .4ceuinsg lisea.
Nov 2. 188. .c 4f
Xs the life of Anssisess.
a 1subscribers are datermined to sell
t,eir gesodaothe most reasonable terms
at which they can be ullbrded. In order that they
may he enabled to do so. on the sal terms of
credit, they deem it their duty to notify their cs.
touers. that they will expec protmpt payneut.
ll accounts are conside d ue ou the first
day of January of eacla .ear, except by special
agreement; at which tiue they wi require tie
sajoe to be closed; if not, they win charge In.
terest afier that tium
A nd all accounsts due on the first day of Janu.
ary of each year, arid not closed within three
months alter that tine, they will consider them.
selves at liberty to put theta into the hands of
ani ollicer for collection.
In every well conducted baijewthere should
be some principles ad titles by which it is gor
erned-and by adopting the above rules we 0ha
be enabled to do justice to ourselves and to all
ciscerned. Atod what will be better, we Phal
be enabled to sell our goods to our customers on
a credit at cash prices.
We return our siticere thanks to our friends
for their liberal patronage, and will try to serve
them, so as to meet a continuance of the same.
i[- L- 06 I- P NN & CO.
Dec 4. 1838 tr 44
'OIL Iite classical depanment ofriais institu.
. - it, the Board of Trustees have elected
the Rev. N. W. IIodges as Principal, and the
liev. P. T. Hammond. Steward and Farmer.
Lhe Principal has also secured Mr. John
Davis as Assistaist teacher, for the ensuing
year. This school, therefore, will go into op.
etatin ont the :t.d Monday in January next;
sinaer the superintei,dance of bir. Hodges.
TIhe Principul and Assiataat are both experien.
ced teachers, and each has prepared Students
for the South Carolina College. Mr Hammond
has served for . months past, us steward and
planter, and bids ruir to fill his station with satim
Jaction to all parties,
The rates of Board and Tuition will be fixed
at the next meeting ofthe Board, with a little
variation iosi the termsofla,t year, which were
*I ou for board. and from 2) to $40 per an
i.um 'or tuition,payable half yearly in advance.
Studets wil be required to labor two and a
;alf hours in each day, for which they will re
ceive reasonAable comiensation; to be deducted
rrom their board in the last session. Parents or
,uardau. may Isave their sons prepared either
for the Jinior or lower classes in College; or
have their iustructioas suited to a high order of
I- he Princimal has resolved to enforce strict
diseaalinue; and cultiv-ite the morel as well as the
n=elutsal powers of the youth committed to
his care. 11is efiarts in this way will be see
ntatdedb the L.xecutivecommittee,who ari de.
termin9 to take every practical measure tore
molve temptations. as far as possible from this
Ilistittiou, which at e calculated to lead the stu,
dents into immoralites or disorder. The com
s:itutions and laws of this inttitttion wil he fur
nished to any one who will aptly to either of
the membes of the Board o rustees. It is
earnestly requested, that the parents and guar
dians who send to ttmis institution. would strictly
bsserve that law of the Board of Trustees,
which requires tuat all monies sent for the use
of their sons should be placed in the hands of
the steward, to be given out as necessary; and
tnot to authorise any student to contract any
debt. without the approbatioa of the steward,
In order ta enforce this law, it is hoped parents
and guardians, will refuse the payment o any
accouist contracted by minors(without such au
thority. i especially for wine or spirits &c. Ap
plications for eiterance must be made as soon
as convenient, in persot or by letter, to the
Principal, at Woodville P. O. Abbeville District
or to Wm. Smitl, Iear the 11tstntion. -
JNO. DAVIS, President of the Board,
Nfor f4, 183842
T H iL execives o' this Institutioi will re.
. commence on Taesday. tae lit dayof Jaw.
uary, I&W3. The Rector informs the comimuni.
ty. that MisS STARK, who has assisted him this
year, is ensgaged for thme next als. With the a
siatance ot this lady, atnd of Mr. BarON in the
Mscal Department, ala the Ornamental branch.
es of Drawing, Painting, Needle-work $r Music,
will he taught in this insittittm, together with
theo solid branches heretofore taught. BOAnn.
ING cait be obsined in the house of the Riector
for tirty pupiis, and int neie'hborintg private
heouse.. to aniy extent desired. it is particularly
de.itr:mble. that those who intend to place their
chtildrer,e in this Institution for the next year,
shtould do so in the first week of the opening of'
the school in January; as, in that wveek the eiae.
sea will ho formed for the whole system to corn.
mencme its operations on Monday of the second
Thme school room is provided with fire places
aswd fires to make it comfortable in winter, and
the hours of instruction are the same in that sea
soni as in the summer. Sothat the advantages
for study in the winter will he equal to those in
Prices in the Solid Branches and Music the
samte the next year as this. For Drawing and
Pninting, $8 per : tarter. lor Needle-work,
$6. Paynmeta qtanrterly its advance.
W. B'. JOH NSON, Rleter.
I'dgefield. Nov. 1. 1838. c 31)
TIhe :40th Carolinians, Charhestona Courier &.
Mercury. Anguista Chronicle & S4entinaeland
C'onstittutionalist will give the above two weekly
intsertions, atnd forward their accounts to this of-.
face for pay ment. .
BlOOlij & N.TAT10NAERy.
G oodl assoritment of <ool, Classcal and
lBlak flooks, also. Ca p and Letter Paper.
Qtiills Writing and ladelible hink, &c. &c.
Just received by U. A. DOWD.
Novr 12, 1838 aff41'
BOOTS amid SIOES.
JUlST received, a good and complete assort.
mnent of Ladies, Gsutlsess and Childrse'.
Boots and Shoes, manufactured expressly for this
market. and waranted g ' 'or sale b
Nov 12. 1$.38 if 41 ~.A. DO VD.
Blest Apple VIiEVAR.
F *$i:ebyC. A.DO .
N 1%2 tf4l
MI-k Wheat F LOUR,
JU 'lT lte.eived. a good article. pot ti ei.
* pressly for Family tuse, and for sale y
C. 4. DOW D.
Dec 5. 1838 tff44
ilumbnurg~ Oct. 15, 183 37
Tl1h E subsecriber, from thme itnportuanitie.
J of h ie friends, has concltuded so far to
resuime the pirittice of his. prolesaion, as to
-tttend to nil calls in ChlrorNc Diseases. A.
montg these, lie woutld tmention particularly
Scrofuln or King's Evil, Cancer, Diseased .
Mammna.,Churonic Sore Legs,&c. A ddrce
E. L CARTLEDGIE,
Park's P. 0., E dgeiceld Din.. S. C. 1
May J40 tr 3.