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??@*1e eIANP WOOD
COOKING STOVES, &c.
T1 I Etnudersigneed has jnist re-ceived a Itarge
supply of improved STOVES for Coal
sn'd Wood, of entire new patterns, and of va
rious sizes. viz:
The People's Coal or Wood Cooking Stove
Superior to any heretofore in use, not only on
nccount of convenience. the perfect uannner in
which the cooking is perforted. but also on sic
count of the economy of fuel which it effects.
The Patent Grecian Parlor Giate,
which for beauty and economy excols all others,
MEOucing greater e1'ect with less fuel.
The Parlor and IIull Stove,
ing heat from the bastemt to the tpper part
I iugh flues into the rour corners, and through
The Parlor and Pipe Franklin,
with plait and urn tops, for wood or coal. now
ly constructed with swelled back, sunk hearth,
door front, &c
The Ship and Steam Roat Store,
calculated to cook for 150 or 200 personq, with
less fuel and greater convmenience I lhas anty other
stove now in use.
Also, a Variety of SMALLER STOVES,
with the same imoproveients.
The Bor 6 S 9 Plate ,Stove,
open and plain tops, of various sizes,from 1R to
Also. American, English and Russian Sheet
Iron. Steve Pipe. Sheeting and Brazing Cop
per. Block Tin, anti Tin Plate.
All of which he of'ers for sale low for CASH,
or approved paper, at No. 1i Broad street at
the Sign of the Cofee Pot, and directly olpposite
the Eagle & Phoenix Hotel. Atigtusta
B. F. CHEW.
- The highest price will be given for Old
Peter, Copper. Brass aned Lead.
Augusta, Ga. Oct. 22. 183?. tf 39
CLOCKS, WATCHES and
JE WE.LLER I'.
No. 242 BRoAD STREET, AUUUSTA, GA.
(Liear the United States Hotel )
T HE Subscriber otiers to the :Itizens of
Edgefield District and its vicinity a Rich
and Fashionable assortment of
WATO313, 08WmIL RY &
of the latest Style and Importation, consisting
nS part of the following Articles:
Gold Independent Second Watches, with
frow 17 to 25 Jewess,
Gold & Silver Levers, Plain & full Jewelled,
1Lon ' uplex qId Anchor Ecapemnent
S; Ial Watches,
Ladies' rich Gold NeckChain attern,
Gentlemen's Gold Guard and Fob in;,
Keys, Seals,'Finger-Rinigs, Breast-Pins, Ear
Gold and Silver Thimbles, Pencil Cases,
Spectacles, &c. &c.
Wantle Clocks, Flower Vases & msical
A Gene'ral Assortment of
-BILVER TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
OuoAs T'oNos, SouP LADI.s, CASTOR & CAKE
BSKETS, CANDI.EsTicKs, SAI.T SPooNs, &c.
SUPERIOR CUT LERY.
A flue assortment of hloGERs . Lt.lTT's
and WAna & BuTcusa's RAZORS, PE~N
KNIVE S AND SCISSORS; also a good ais
gortmnent of BOWIE KNIVES and DIRtKS.
JOlhN 0. MUJRrPHY.
N. B. Cz.ocucs amid WATcren:s carelly re
paired, amnd WIarranted to p)erI4)orm well.
Augusta. Ga. Matrch 2e8, 1838 tf 9
Staie of Souto aromlinia
ABBE VILLE2 DISTRICT.
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
~lemmi L Jmmmmrys. Attachimenmt Assumapsit
yac Kmall, . Attachmnent Amsmipsit
T lIE Plaintill's in the abuive casesn havimmg mhis
Eday tiled their declarationi, antd the Defemn
dants having mneither wives noir attornmeys.
known to be'in this State, o,rderetd, thmat if mIe
eaid Defendants do not appear and imake their
defemnce. within a year amid a day trom this
date, finmal amid absolute judgement shall be
forthwvithm given and awarded for the said
Plaintifis imm attachemenmt.
JAMES WARDLAWV, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office. -
Nov 22, 143 B1~& T atde 4.5
$ 5 RewaVrdI.
R ANAWA~Y fromn tIhe ubiscri
her ont thme nightt of the 5ith of
Feraylast, fromn my >latc e two
mmlese fr omn llamnblrg, S. C. a negro
tn namned l3EN, abeout l>rty-Iive
-years old, five feet six incesa high.
Temabove reward I will imty for
delivering hime to mue. or pmurttmg imm
in jailso that I canm get hmima.
Hamburg, Marebe21i.1837 if's
Briought to the Jail
O lI' this D)istricm, a Negro tmmn nammed Ar
~Pch y, about 5 feet 8 or 10 itiches high, 40
*r 45 years old, smiff' itt tIme len leg, all his fromnt
teeth out, amid of light complexionm. H m. says Ito
belongs to John Flanagan, of Lancaster Dis
trict. S oth Carolina.
Tme owner is regnested to co e and
provo property, pmay charges , eis away.
,C. J. GLUJ.k. 1).
Dee 4. 183,
State of South ('aro lna
O LIVER SIMPSON, I.sq. tolls before me.
a smoall bay Horse, with a few saddle
mnarks on his back, amid a small whmite. spot ont
his forehead, near fottr fenet eleveni incItes highm;
and about seven or eight years of ago. A p.
praised to be wotrth fifty-five dollars by Caleb 1H.
Lidsay, G. H. linll, amnd Hlenry Spares.
ROBERT ANDJ$#80N, q. ti.
14bmsm- n..P.A sm
IN TiiE COMMON PLEAS.
John M 'dleton, ?
vs. FonsiGN ATTACHUNT
11 l I i PlaintitY ini the above case. having
this day filed his dleclatationand the De
feudani having no wife or attoroe-y known to
be within the State. upon whom a copy of said
declaration, with a rule to plead could be serv
ed: It is Ordered, that the said Defeuant do
appear and make his deb'ence in the a'oresaid
action, within a year and a day. from this date,
or final aid absolute judgment will be awarded
GEORGE POPE. c. c. .
Clerk's Office, Nov. I. I83 dq 40
Stilt- Of !"S41- tit ( 1111-1lilln
IN TUE COUMON PLEAS.
Win. Brunson. vs. Eoreign Atacint.
William Drum, Debt.
T HL PlaintitYiem this case having.on thie 11t
of September. filed his declarntion in the
Clerk's Office, and the Defendunt having ic
wire or atiorney.known to ie in this State, tepor
whomn it copy tt' the said declaration na% he
served: It is thereftre ordered, that the said De.
Ilendnot dii appear and nake his defence within
a year mid a day, firmn the filing ofthe said dec.
laration. or fial and absolute judgment will be
awarded to the said I'laintiff.
G EO. POPE, C. C. P.
Clerk'sOffice, Sept i1, 18:t8 eq 33
State Of Solith Carolia.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
Sampson Kilerease.vs. F'oRvIm4 ATTAC11
Wiiev Fre,ma MFNT AssumesIr.
IIT Plaititfin this ca-e having,oi the 14tb
T.day of* lay, 1838, filed his declaration in
the Clerk's Office, and the defeiatintat having no
wife or attorney. kniowii to be in this State upon
whoim a copy of the said declaration luav he
served: It is iifrefore ordered,that the sail de
fondant do appear & make his defence within
a year and a day frrolm the filing of the said dec
laratien. or fimal aid absolute judgmenit will be
awarded to the said plaintifM.
G )iIG E POPE.c. c. P.
Clerk's Offie.-. MaY '4th. I-4 1:
tate of %nomtij tl*tta
IN THE COMMUN PLEAS.
Robbins & Conner,
vs Assumnpsit Attachment.
r 11EU Plailitiff, in this case, having this lay
filed his declaration, and the Defemdan
having neither wife nor attorney withit hi
State, uiponi whom a copy ot' said declarat-ou
can he served; 411rdered, that the :)ei'endan:
plead thereto within a year aid a mday from thiv
publication or the said action will be taken pre
comifesso airainst him.
GEO. POPE. c. c. P.
Clerk's Office. Oct 24. 148 dnq 43
State of ''lltik 4 '.Itoiat
IN TIE COMMON PLEAS.
Charles Spcrpuill, Adtu'r of
Duey E. Lilford. dec'd- vs. ATTACTiNK%T,
James I)oniaId. Assu PSIT.
T IH Plaint ff in this case having, on the
. 20t lay of March, 18m8, filed his delin.
tion il my office and t ee defendant havinig ai
vife or attorney,known tobeins this tSate.tnpot
whom a copy of the declaration, with a special
order ofthe court endorsed thereon,can bR scrv.
ed: Therefore orde-red,#tit the said James D on,
aid do appear avi dvmk ig arm,_wAs,g"
y=itid'ray fr~o:n the filing of the declamition
as aforesaid, or final & absolute judgment will
be fortiwith given and awarded against him.
JAS. WARDLAW, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office I I it 11 av 1-3-8. 15
iStat' (o' -41ttI 4 .11t.lina
Jacob Chamberlitn. )Attachenat in Assumt.
Survivor, vs. Two Note.'-Damnuges
Jochn A. Yotnng.~ $353 50 cis.
TIH E Pintiiff hsavinmg this day filed his dec
- iaration ini this case, in the Clerk's OfYcc,
and the saidl John A. Ycmnmu having no wvife cm
attorney. kinown to Ibe in this province, uipon
whom a copy of thce said dceelnrawiocn with
spjec'ial order of the Coumrt endlorsedm thcerecn,enn
hei served: It is therefore Orderedl. that time said
John A.Yonnsg do appcearand make his defecm
with a year amnd a damy, front thle filing of tih. siccd
declarationc. as aforesaid. icr fiald c abcstew
jmudgment wvillihe forthwith given and awarde'd
for the said laitntif'.
J AS. WVA R DLA W, c. c. r.
Clerk's Ofrie. .Jan. 17. 18:I' duel 51
~tltt' 0' Soti It.inea.
IN TH E COMMON PLEAS.
Larkini Griffin,t vs.
Thos.. M. Clark. suirvivmur AtMtachmenet.
' IlK E Paintifi' having fifing his de'clasration ir
Wthiis casce, iand time diefenant hainsg neithie
wvife nor attica 'ey kniown toc be its this Stute,( r
dered. that thiesnid defiendanct do appc,ear &%. lent
toc thse plaintiff's dleclacristions withmin a year anidr
dlay fromci time pubilicaion ithercof, or Jumdgsien
absolsute will he awiardled agajinst hcimi.
G KO. PO PE. c. x r.
Clerk's Ofliee. Jun. 23. 1838. dagm 51
T lIE Undelrscigned hasve nisoc'iat'e
-. themnse'lves toge'thser ini the pcractiee
of' Law and Equity in EdaefiehI District.
N. L GRIFFIN,
Sept. 4. 1838 tf :31
M Y HIOUSE send LOT'. in the Village o
L Edcge'field, upon termcs to sut is piurchaiser
lin suy absence, aippcly to Col. IDamsske,tt.
JAM E8 JONEKS.
A pril 12 i f in
A'O T ICE.
A L L Persons inebited to the late Chr~
tiasn Jlreithatc, dlecd., are regt...st
edl to maske immisediate piaymnt. Atnd Ii
persons hiavinig udemandcs atgainst the estr
of~ said deceasedl ar'e regitiested to preseni
themi duly aittestedl.
JOhIN IIAUSKETT, Ex'or
Imsproved Piak naacers.
IAO( IMPitOVED) PINK SAUCEitE
c fr dlyingSilk, .$tockincgs. loves
I-'eat ter... Flowmers. Tifhiany, Gnu.zes, Crunpei
Camubricks, Msisline, &ce. & c.
Juist re'ceived anmd for stile at the Edgefseks
July IA; if 24
Sugar IIomuse MOLA%ES,
H H 08S of first qmuality Sugar House Molas
~ss, just re'ceivedi by thse sublscribcers.
New Fall and Winter
he subcrihirs beg leave to iuforp thar
. friends and the public genert.ly,liutt 1
are now receiving their stock of kail dad 11.
ter Goods; consisting.ol the followeng articlei.
Super 5-4 black Italian Lustring Silk,
"6 "6 Grode Swiss do
" " Sinchew do
. o Figured do
" colored . do
" Muslin do Lane,
Eiglisis Prints, new style,
Fancy do and Mourning do
" red and white Flannels, white Canton 'do
B'ack and colored *-4 and u,4'Circussians,
" 6-4 Uro de Nap -erikjo
" 6-4 Fr and - ng do
6-4 Coto.ation Cord,
Ladies super fancy silk Shawls and Veils,
"6 plain Lama - do
red merino do
" silk and bullion fringe do
" colored merino mid chineille bor
China ilk Hose,
Ladies black ribbed do
w oi sted and merino do
s white a. .d colored cotton do
" Frencis muslin worked Collirs,
" silk, heaver and hoskin (iloves,
" bounet and belt Ribbons,
" linet -anilrie Hdks.0
" Moorning mustin.Collars,
" super. ti.glish Straw Boitnets,
Misses " do
Loing lawi, and Irish L.inens Diaper Towels,
8-4 Tltiolt, 3-4 & 4-4 Diapers,
A good assortmsent of Satinets, Casimeres and
Blue, black aiid invisible areen Cloths,
Furniture . ringe aid lliity,
Cottoin net Shirs and Suspenders.
Men's buckskin, woolen & cuffed Berlin Gloves
" mixed and wnite lintb's wool half Hose,
blacwk silk and worsted do
silk-pocket lidkfs and black Cravatq,
Stocks, Linen Ilosims and Collars,
5-4 English and r'nmch black Bumbazin,
A good assortnieiatwhite plain jaconet mull and
" "f figured and plaid Swiss do
Bobinets. fnsertin-s. Thrend Lai e and Edging,
Power loom Ticking ted Riussia )iapere.,
llenched and brown Shirtings and Sheetings,
Woolen Liseys and Washington Jeans.
heavy goods for servints.
9-4 104 114 Whitney Blankets,
8-4, 9-4 Dul " for Negroes,
Also, a good assortment of men's, boys and la
dies fine Shoes aid men's Boots.
Men's fine Ilnts, Fur a nd Seal Caps,
Boys cloth Caps and woel Hats,
Saddlery, flardware, Crockery. Tin, 8-c.
With tany (other articles too tedious to enu
ierate. which will be sold on ac-ommodating
termis for cash. or on time to punctual custom
era. NICHOLSON &- PRi.SSLIY.
Nov 14, 1838 tf 41
OF BAG(ING, R0PE 8f BA CON,
JUST RVCEIVED AND F6 SALE,.
O Pieces best H EM P BAGGING,
ILFO '200 do wide TOW do.
100 Coils of sannll Hemp Rope,
100 (10. do. Tow do.
500 lbs. Fnglish lTwine,
10,000 prime Bacon Sides,
- Sugar, Coffeo ntid Molasses,
Salt, Iron and Steel
Teas -Lafand Lnmp Sugar,
BriQys, Winos, and Cordials,.
All of the above Articles, r auny:that m
will soll to order or otherwise at owest
possible prices; and we assure our friendi & the
p iblic generally. that orders for Bagging and
11ope,or any other article in our line, shall ave
our best attention
We still continue to transact business on Com
niission, aid will attend to the selling orstoring
of Cotton, or any other business entrusted to our
care. H. L JEFFERS&Co.
laimurg, Jumly 12. 1838 if'43
Factorage & CoInaission
IIAMBURtG, S. CAROJLINA.
' HE subscribier respectfully begs Icave
to announce to the Planters and Merchian:s
of theG Upp)er Districts, tha:t hie hits ttdi ar
rangeimeits fur thme entsing siuscn to iteceive
and sell Cotton. anid irusts thmt his experience
iii the business and the. many thieilities iiciident
to his pirese~nt occnpation, will einnhle hin to
mierit an exteinsi e patroiiage.
Merchsandiz, andi Coiton Received atnd For
wardled with thme usual despiatch.
J. F. IF.NSON.
N. Monday' the 1.5th tnst.het ween Eli
jih Wantsonm's anid Arteinas Wamtsmon's
- at the Riidge. ini this Distriut, ont the Roaid
leadin f'romn Cohlmin, I wvas indneeicd to
atpphiendt a young tman of suspiciots aip
peaan I,wo was mounted on a fine horse.
TIhe horse is 'lve years old, of a redhlsh
roan color, of largot sir.e, white hinid fe~et &
white foot loeks, black mini andi tail. From
ci retinstnceq, I anii inid uced to thinik that
the horse wais stoleti ini Georgin. lheown-t
er will comie forward, prov'e prouperty, pay
expetnses and stke hiuin awny.
Oct. 19 :18
A L pesn induebted to the Estate o)'
r FtikIraineis M. Younii, nre reqluestedl to
make immediate on.ymet; and all person,
hatving detmantds against the Estate are r,
queistedi to preseni themt unlv attested.
EI) MU ND PKE N, Adea'r.
H E Noetes ami A cu f r ae
I U S panii-decensed, have beeni left with
Msr. h1. IL. Jelers, in llamburg. All p)er
sons indtebted to Dr'. Spaniin arc regnested
to call and pay MIr. Jedlers, who is uauthoriz
ed to receive the mioneyt aid those having
detmands agamitst the Estate will pileae
render them tio him. E. .SPANN,
Mlarch 2(. 183R tf R A dm'tri.r.
U nenr lhl,arg, abuout
)the last oft A pril. Two Sters. 5
our ii years. old. long shim horn.,
One of the Steers is red itnd white, the other
btritndledl. Ear mark not reco'lectedt. The
steers were in finte order, as they hail been stall
fed. I presume they wil endeavrto returni to
ICambridge, whiero they were raited.
I . . a,JOHN EVA NS.
Dr. JoW a Sijj!n1f4z3is
#e offered to the pulic as a certain an i eectuial
remedforfeoers of every description.
UAM of opinion that sall fivers are a unity of
.disease from the mildest intiermittent tip to
the highest grade of yellow te% er, and that uhe
diffe-rent denoninations or teverm, are i-imiy
ov ing to solne pearlicolar state o' the atmilosplere
or to soine peen iar c4intitm. of the systeinl; and
with slight variations, such as I lave amde, ti
treattment should be tie same. I am also of opin.
ion tuat this mum be the prevailhng theory of tit
day, or how im it that physiciai.s treat imverr
broughout with Culoniel and a tow other deple
De.cription and treatment of'fevers. viz:-Ist
Intermittent or Ague and Fever. 2d1. Biioum
Ferer. ;klly. Typhus or Nervous Fever. and tit
other fevers by whatever natine they ima3 I
lst. Of Iatermittent or Ferer and Aglc. I
consider all leverm of anm intermittent characte
which cool off once in twenty-for houvrs, wheth.
er preceded by a chill or itot; or whether th<
fever ,nd chill rise and contiatte together; or il
there be no chill at all. omaaetume. fever of thi
character continues 24 or 48 hours without inter
mission, and mometimes it ocrurs ontly everv thirc
day. N ine tenths of tie fever- of t'is ime :ill
most other stitcs or this a nion, partake mm ol
less of this character; and its all their variams ul
earances tie treatment should be the same.
I'hip inmedicine cures lv correcting the bile. giv
itng tone tnd energy to the stomnch aied itowels
and therehy coumaaniticntianu hamilth anld strenluts
to the whole system It is a!so po-sssed of -miel
singular and admirable prop, ties. that it lov!
not sicken thme stomeh nor operate otn the bow
eis as a piurgative. It breaks the fever io fron
24 to 48 hours, ourim: whihel liaime the piatienl
IiAs mao setnsible benefit frot it. bat: finlds him
self smuddetly well without being con-ci4tits 4it!
mode of operation. There is tio arsenic or mn.
other article of a poisonous nature in thin nmedt
cine. It is entirely hartitless; w nomme in w-y sit
nation mnay take it with perii-et safi!tv; lanvd i
double the quantity herein recommendeol wts ta
ken. no bad efflctst woild be producoe by it.
The increased deimatid fr this vmeicinie, h"as in
duced ine in uliture to prepare it only in tIme fori
of pills. as time trantsportatio of* viais is Ilotl inl
conve iemit and tmtaife. -or growi perso,m o:
children who preer takii g it in a iinid iorma, i
can he prepared comveniunly by any person it
the followimg oeanner. pound t velv'e pills well
put the lreparationi intoi a vial. :atnd piour tw
common sized table spoonifidl.s of 'whiskey or wa
ter to it - spirits or anly kindt are best. Amny othei
qua tity of th" lifluid may be prepared at tim
sane tiune, b. increasimig or lessening the tlimmi
ty ofthe itmedicino in the saime piolportion as de
Treatment.-If the patient prefers taking i
puke or puirge before lie commietces tihe lso- It
this miedicine, I have no objection, hnt it is rarolh
if ever njecessary. lie can drink cold water o'
make use of any kind of diet smtitable for i siel
person. without the least danger, or sitlerings the
slightest incoinveniieice from it. A growti per
son will take for a dose a pill or cmeomon iiz.(
tea spoonfui af tie lit slid every two houri. boti
day atnd night, autil the disease is broken: chil
dren . or 10 years old will take -0 or 40 drops
and those three or fomr years old will take i5 :
20 drops, and infaiets 3 or 4 weeks idold will take
from 't to 6 drops. repeated aind continued as re
comntmteiile for grow amlversotis. Bt tas persoi
are very sailbect to ma relaime or return or this dir
case, whe;her they are cared in this or any othe
way, it would be well to continue takin. ihree o
four doses a day until the strength and~complex
ion are restored. and particnlarly if the per-il
has airendy head severat relapmes. tune Io% wil
cnre two persons of a commition attack of tagne an
fever. Before the liquid is taken the vial shoab
be well shaken.
2dly. OfBilions Fever. This is a mre obsti
nate aid dmngerouiv disease than .internaivtent o
aue and fev.ter e argnterally three or fam
days idisposimn previous to tie onst 4- thi
disease. ani freitiently chilly mensatio:s for dai
or two after. Whsent this di case is properl,
formed it rarely yields to m iy treatment under P 0'
10 days, and somnetimes miuch longer.
3dly. Of T!1phuis or Nerroms Frrer. This i
still a miuch niore oistinae and dimmernsitdieamsi
than hilionu lever. and iapparently nare u I it
the donmmencemjent. It ollen cotntinjes lifteei
or twenty damys wiath scarcely any reamissiona or in
termissiona, wiah great pa nstramtio.n of body sanm
dlepression mof mindit. It tntay be wel111 ti bservi
that Typhus fever is amost colamamon ini lie winte
cnd sprantg, and Billions fever ina time stm mtmer anam
fall. Inm the first stage of all fevers, it is commmi
for thae tongue to lie covered with a whitish coat11
andl if time tiever is tnot bmrumken mind rnis is to t
smecotnd statie, it is alit io assatmie a yllm%isi
brownm color, amid ian thme thmird timd lmat .,taie o
fevers. (and prticmularly if they tare of a'higl
grade amid mnamlignarm t chmirarerr) mime toniiine isap
to atsmmie a dark barowin coilor. mit'dFllerent deu mete
ofsmoismure; somietimies it i. ex.ceedhnilv abi:i
thais stage of thei ahseaise thme patienit is aiflet sen
s,ible ofa hot air bumrninm sesationi i the stomnach
'rie ,m pltms of these two diseases aire- nin annel
alike m~ thmeir fmrst stage thamt phaysicianas otem Iil
for as to their remnI amracter, mnor ldles it amatte
aiterially, becaumase thme treatmentt of bomtha -hni
he p etty tmtehl time samte, withm this excepltion
that iityphu fever dloes niot reciniret nor walli
beair mas amntmh stronag sickenming maedicine- ais hil
Treatnent Itn tIme first stage of miho two Its
diseases, I give a puke or o; It ir to smiall dosei
oif enlomnel am soame other 'imedimini thatt will Ilpe
rate upon tint stomamch tad holwaes. I der ani
cirm-umstmances I ti..ect toi eivinma more stroi
tmedicinme, anid am decidedly iof opinmnit tha.t rt
pieated doses of smith ope. atimt lei~inesO i
mmore haurm thman good. After thuts oparaitinag m
time stomazch amii bowve!s (mamma meven w ithaonm itm
if several days ihave e.alsed :ail miy patiemathe
comae weak, I commmenuce witha the piil .5 i drop.m
ail give ma dolse i-very three houtrs, thlaat is esszh
daises imn each twenaty huslim ourm. with a regia
mise ot' Virginia snake-raott. orsaij ithear swvent
ing~ ten, suach as hysmm1i sage ar h;ahna. Shul
thet pastient auff'er muchei with pmain ini time htand
bacmk or elsewhelre, give twvety or twent-imv.
drops ot laudhanmaam at naight. it itihe a groewi, pW
soma (cildrenm shouilad take less calrrespintg wyit
thieirmiges) iad shnid lie hi-eltim ea mehi deiitm
teal from a contiationiim of the dhisaease. atd pmt
ticularly if time handies ad ifeet b'.eomte col. giv
a driamght of toeddy or winte eve ry thrmee air him
hioturs tuntil lie recovei ; conaatne' ail thie timte
use tIme pills or aireps mas reclnmatended. Th'i
diem shiould.hbe lighit, andh takent onaly a li'h at
tiute mad oftte.'
Bleedainig is so seldomi requmired ini thmese idisetm
sea that am is sc:arceaiv nie'essary lea menttioni it;i
it ever is resortedl to it shonIdo he itn time emarl
stuae of thmem.
Blistering is sometimnes umsefmml andia rarely if et
er injuarmums; hiat it shoumld lie chiiefly t e-o~irted t
ini time last *tmge. whent thsere is delir-tttm aIr ia.tin
coildnaess in thme a xtremities. ham time tresi-mmi mt a
e'ithaer oil thiesae dise'astes. I weiti pireli-r tihe hanm
els to lie int rmather a cotiive- th:am laxmative e' ndo
tiona. Bmut shmonhll the hoelts lie tala inmative
give briken dtses oif stilts air oiil. air ap-mn har
wvith inajecttays,s mind if thmey shmakihe two Itax,
tive, givot six or eighat adr-ais of lanmamnmia twi
tharee air faimr timtes ta dlay, unmtil mime lestessi
restratmedl. My exper-intce in thue trea-tmen a
yeilow lever htas not bteen very exientsiv- btt
a nteitber mmore mior less thanm tlsie lihitst i-rade a
bilioams fever, andm shoumld ibe tmeasteda pre~tty a mnel
im the samie way.
Saulinme Contiy. Missoniri.
Price $1 50o per biox.
Nntnbertless certificates of this medlicineo, limi
heen benderedl. bumt I have thonaiht fit tam insert ae
ly thte fallowitg from thn Rev. .Joel 11. Ir,ude
Register or the Land Otice for the Ppring Filep
dia rico, Mo.,whicl seeills to e.brace the opin
toes of miany in dislei ent sections of the couit
try. J: r3.
Having travelled inuch iover the states, both
west and south, and haiving heard muuch d in
Itvor of' Dr. Stippingtos.'s fbver pills, I dW le'.
by certify, that I behte% e there hat, im. ver yet bees,
anly ?iedime ouiered so the public so oiicacmus
ino the eure of l'-vers a% that whic. tie iat pre
len.ed. I have kie.wn iiian laiboiriig under fe
ver and ugue, cmo ed it. tihe course of itms 24 to
4,4 houirs; amid all cnses of fever it which I have
kiwis it used. it has never titiled to ellifec a
cure, so ffir s known to tie, in a shorter titne
thon any tinedivi. e I have ever known used I
di theref'oe reelsmiead it to all pe --o Nor.
ing under fiever, as the- best remedy 1A
the pub111lic. JO. L It H A
A 1'reslh suppoly of the above vamlhiemedi
ci6e is olT'ered for sa!e at the Edgelielo D
April 19 11
S atte ol .0ub1 4 ot oi1in1.
T l SE Presents will certify to all onefrn.
ed, tsat We George M1 Newtmi residang
en the e o' Ammats. aimed State of Georain
ase' JlhIn 0. It J ord. refsiding is, the towna .1
I fllierg in the lhstrict af-resmid, have forsed
:tIad do hereby fornia part-ershi. nuder tle ad
ol the Gen.eriail Asseenbly offtle tamle of' Souti
Carolitin aulthriziii. the formatioai of L.imited
Partsership,fm the purchase and sale or(oods,
%1ires a merndiz.which'buisness is tee be ear
ried e. in saidl town of H1anebtarg under the aime
and style o''-.olhin 0. Bi. 1-'ord" asse to contivei
for and diring the ternma or five years rroan the
elate hereof. The saiid Johei 0.'11. l- ord is the
Geieraw partner. mid ti.m said (e4. 31. Ne %won
is tile Siecial partaner haivinig netually -ntribm.
ted4 the fsies ' offive thousmeed dolla-irs to ti f'ecn
4n0 a sick.in testinsony %% hereefwe have he'rem
set oetr hlntills thi fiflheday of October. ciglhteep
hauadred aind thirty eight.
- [Siged,] GEO.M. NF.WTON.
J-OII1N 0. B. FORtD
Signied and ac'knowledgeud in the preseiceof us.
(; 1'0. P'A I [t"
lit:ohforg. s c. ()ct. r.. im:lm f 36
Siboscrriber begs lea%o to ihivite the at.
T 'tention e' thae pIe'!phi. of'' field and the
id..tining District. te aa estire New !Jtock of
P"RENCII, GiCRlAN. ENGLISH &
A-lMitIC A i
DIt T G 0 0 D8.
Which tie has prt received firn New Yor<
and is no1w '.p 1nineg at time New 6:ore adjoin.
ian Mr Ihbbaid's Ilfttel is I laimnbiorg.
ties stock is extenssive-New-and btiiht fo
eah ab, of which he till'ers for sale at as (low
prices a l e be bollglt ina anysv Sotitherin ity.1he
deenss it enatiarely esamnecessary to enters inato a'gpen
eral -emnmeration of.tei articles ol' which his
amssortmetil is comlosel ar to Isoid mt atay in
duceanent, l hich aV mot inl fime practical plvern.
tioits ofiis bmsinless loe realized, lut .iaap I tI
state that it! intenol.s to keepo his .t ore finaished
at aill tIlnies withl'be nose & mst desirablenrtici, v
aid (st far as possible to do) aln assortneet n'
every thin" thal belongs strictly teo lis line 0;
h,IsinesS. and that Ihee tea'vinz aid selling or Dr%
(oeod- will 'ons1talile his sole and leading prmsit'i
anal leave it to those with whoin ie shall be s
fbrs.aite a-s to deal toe decide Viether ie cane sell
as cheap as others en.-aged in the -atII bsiess.
r JOHN 0. B. iORD.
Haenburg, S. C. Oct i. ia:l ul M6
T II E Sibscribers have jist I eceived frimi
N. York a sple, di assortimient of F.ALL
AND ilNTEI GOODS. Ctonsi-ting of'
r Clohis. Casimer-s atud Vestings,
r Slocks, Collars nd Bosomis,
Gloves and Siasienders.
IWft asned Umbrellas,
r Withl 1my tither Newavnd l'ashioniable Arich.:
im their .iise. A uceneial w4ssormnint 41
A 1inl MilI1/ " imm, aings of ll kinds.
S 5.-C LO'llN ( 3de map is tia best l sap
ner and inmsit rasami,le Style.
- GOODJWIN I iliN(jTO'N & Co.
Ed~eeli'el X C.iI C )-t 'J. I" -- ih
a I'ilE Suscr'iber's asre reces a mg rnns
I ewmsine5s ihe'ir fll ands waitie' suplply em
3goos' wh'iceh ha "e beeni.. '-re'te.d w'ith grene
i'rse Irom s emi be,'t isporema mione'. to wahidl
5 heiy re'e'scaily inv ite m le attemionai Ca
their ins temerss tasi mihe pubalea rgener,d.sh.
Thle ir stocki eihnbrsce's ai lar'e iad gen~er
ail ai esso mrmn of lIrhitish ead. Aisiri st.
.es ple'n fanye' ..oos', "mied meo mihe Seiasonm
(Gmiwerie"u, I laarwre. (Crociki'rv. Shes'
aits. Saddleies, ande a geneirrii ni'sm' sormem me
- lieeks aiml Staitionary', rail oft w"hi the'
wiil sell onem moemcst rceestale termts, li
cm.hi, or ian c''redis lie puncitualm c'usteomers.
. Oct. a,13 fs
tCIOoths, Casianacu'es, Vestis,
a iiA'h S. Si i CKS ANI) GL~OVES.
.3 'l III Subaes'ribers harve reeiiveal ra sple.
d~midi assiammns mel ahe ab ove arm eles, em
i I 'lniest styles, tim wthich thecy inv"ite sIhe ait
- tieion if thie'ir curstomem's. Tlhmey ar'epe
paedt ecsenite aillorders lior cloethin:gi
time btlt style andil en tihe smoist nrmesonabhl
m, Oc'. r22. I8SS 1g
m - ____- _
r New moods? New 4uoods!
7 'I ii .ee. a neeae es . re-es .n ..lo4d sepen~
o iig ai gen'meriial eomp1l eeortment imi
l-'Al.I, \NI) WINTI me
t- 'hceris's, . resrkery. liard :aufd lesal W'rne
-I'Tin WaVre~. Saddlilery. s3 c. N e'. w imcss n 'al h.
teiihl rry crupj. ibi'. ruieds aned e'na.temerms a
r ser.tlfy e mteted tm call auad e'x;samine In
e .ea .;t. i-:i', I
*aggi n :and Ballhe Iope.
r* II'' Suscr haviil. ie recemel i''l' , ey
p' eelf ise-m i 'ased seiaw IHageing~ asse
l inre Rupe, u~ bsich thmey oll'er lior saile um mihi
o G. I.. & IE Pi'.NN, & CO.
p Oc't .'.2. 1838 ~ ml' 35
- NEbRO CLOTIN.
A NTSA.aIn I -ANNELS. .inist r
G. ( L. ' 'i
( mer :11. I 4:t- t1 Sa uc'nen
Vill . 'Mohse'..eshave' recived a' suppally U
ise isa,(. I.. &. E. l'i N\ N ('ea.
Oct :u1 lr8:tm8 m .1)
e..(W one'hirse or DJearmern WAuo.ss
2enteirey niew. Ai pply toe
C ~l'.Dl.\lN ltOY'D,
-Near ilgaltl .ilec'ting lonase.
Nov 2, 19 t f .10
As f-he lie of Mstnes.
I 'i It'. oubscriberr ure- deerneue to sell
their gols son thei most reasionale terms
tat which they can be afborded. In ords r that they
nav be a n:bled i- die so.on die usual terms of
creit. they deem is their duty to notify theircaw
tomere. Ihit they wi.1 expect prouipt psayi:eut.
All accmunts are considered due oii the first
da of Jamuar.% of each year,except b% special
agreenient: at which time they will resire thie
otne to b. closed: i* not, they will charge i
terest afrer that time.
Ajid all accounitts due on the firstday of Janu.
ary uvf* each year, ad not closed within three
mnonthis after that tiee, they will consider them.
selves at libetiv to put them into the hands of
i.k1oillcer for tollectiom.
n evey well conducted business there should
F,-w sitne principles and rules by which it is gow
erned-and Ray adopting the above rules we shall
be enaibled io do justice to ourselves and to all
concerned. Ai d what will be better, we shall
be enabled to sell our goodsto our customers on
a credit a? ead I-riCes.
We seturn sotr s i-ces e thanks to our friends
ir their tiheral p-atronage. asid will try to serve
thern, so as to iieet a continunnce of the same.
G. L & E. PENN & CO.
- Drc t lM:t tf 41
' t.aiu, the Board of Trusiees have elected
the iev. N. W. Hodges as Principa., and the
lLev. P. T. Hhammond. 8teward and Farmer,
I lie 'rincaj.al has also secured Mr. John
Dav,s is Asstas;t teacher.. 'or the ensuing
year. Thsti schol, .hs loeri, wvill go mto op
I eiatin oa th - 1.d londty in January next;
wnder the superintteitiance ol *Mr. Hodges.-.
Tiee Principal aid Assistant are both experien
ced .eachers, and each hits prepared Students
or Uhe 3outh Carolin College. Mr Hammond
has ser%ed for - tuotiths past, as steward and
plant r, and bit.s liir to fili hissbtation with satis
faction to all parties,
The ra<es of hoard and Tuition will be fixed
at the, next neeting ol the Board, with a little
variat:on iro t the terinsotla-tyear, which were
.V14K0 for board. snd frosm *20 to f40 per an
main ior tttion,pnyable hal' yearly inadvance.
Studei.is wid be required to labor two and a
half tours mt each day, iar wioich they will re
ceive reasionable compeisation; to be deductedi
froim heir bloard in the last session. Parents or
, unritian - may stave their soiss prepared either
Fr the Jeinior or lower classes it College; or
ha e teweir istruetiosis suited to a high order of
~T ngiasi. edit. ationj.
'I'hie Prmscipit has resolved to enforce strict
discceph, e, sand cn.tav-te the moralar welt aco the
Inlellectia, powers of the )oinh committed to
lass %:n91 . Ilis ell'tus in dais way vill be sec
691e4ed bi the . xecutitveconmittee,w.o are de
terimi.ed to take every practical measure to re
ime teiiptations. as tar as possible from this
lnsltitou, whicls uso ca&cult-ed to lead the stul
dents twno siamoralties or dikorder. The com
s;itutest and laws of slass inttitution wil lae lar
insited to taiy one wasio will apply to either of
the membess oh the Board of Trustees. It is
earnestly regnested, that she parenti and guar
dians who send to t..as isstituaton. would strictly
observe iai law of die Board of Trustees,
wicich requises isiat all oniessent jor the use
of their sons sscild be placed in the hands of
the steward, to be given itut as necessary; and
not to authorise an rtudent to contract any
debt. withoitt aite approlbatiot. of die steward,
lit order t. enorce this law, it is hoped parents
-and guardise.-, vii. i viluse ahe payment o any
acucou. t contracied by minord(without such an
lu:rity; especials. fiar wine or pirits &c. Ap
plic-atons lor e..terance sust be made as soon
as convenient. ait persoa or by setter, to the
Priniipai at %%*oodville P. O. Abbeville District
or to Wn . Smith, near the liestitution.
J.NO. DA VIS, President of the Board,
v 1wrR 42
I 1 H 1-. exe cases e thse ln4titutoi wail e.
coitsiueuco on Tuesday. tLh Ist day of J.
uary. t di. The Htecaor inilbris tise communi
ty, thait 3iis STARK, whit has assisted him this
year,is et,ga,ed for the next as.. With the as
sisance om ihais lady, and oef Mr. BacoN in the
Mfusical Department, all the rinsanta ramnch.
es of D)rawg. I'ai,ping. Needle-trork Jr Music,
will Rat tamagh msi this tius ishutiona. together with
tRee seolidl brainchmea heretalure taught. BOARD.
:so cans he oblainied ini the house of' the Hector
for thirty pupils, antd in neighborinag perivatte
.ose. io nurs extent desired. It is partiesslarly
dleeslee tha.t those whoac inatend to lilac.e theur
cildreni ina tii institeutiona for Rhe next sca
sotuld do so in the first wecek oh' the opaeniiag of'
thea 'cR.ool ini J antuaryt as, in that week the cias-.
secs will be feorimedu for the whole system so com
mliece its operations on Monday of she second
The schsoel room is provided with fire place.
ande ires tea make it comsfertable in wiinter, and
tRe houatrs of instuctiona are the samne in that sea
soni as in the summtter. Sothat the advaintages
for sind.x in die wvinter will be equal to those in
Prices in the Solid Branches and Muasic the
saene the niext ye'ar as this. For Drawing anid
Painiitmtg, $8 per mnarter F'or Needle-work,
$h'a. Patymnects qua:rte'rly iin advance.
W. B. JOIINSON, Reor.
Fdgefield. Nov. 1. 1838. c 39
Tme "'onith Cairolinian, Charleston Courier&,
Merensry. Anancsta ChtronieRe & 8enatiel and
('onsittionaizlist will e,ive thec alcove two wveekly
insertionts, and for ward their accounts to thisof
face for payment.
flOOkM & ST ATIONVARY.
i taion as'o..rt ment eat' Scdmol. Classical and
llonk Flooks, also. Cap uin-I Letter Paper,
uniille Writinig and Iudelible I ak.* &c. &c.
Just receiveed lby C. A. DOWD0.
BOO I'M and 8S0O1-,.
JI 'S'T rseceived,l a gecod siad complete assert.
* mnt of Ladies. Gentlemses and Children's
lloots and shoes, imanihtciusred expressly lir this
ecnarkei. asel waramnsed g.ood. For salela
eav 12 . 1 sf41 -C. A. 130 VD.
Best Apple VI.EEAR.
F ' , P.e by
* C. 4. DOWD.
I a- ai 'a hal I Lee lit,
l',T"I iterci'. l a goiod article, pita es C.
@1 pressly 'or Fasmisy es', ansd for sale l~
C.. A. DOW.
D)ec 5. 1938 tf 41
2 0 Bushels A LUMl SA LT, for
- ,fl Sale, lhy
H1. L. JEFF~ERS,
Hamisbturg Oct. 15. 183 :37
II>e ubscribecr, fream' the imsportu.nities
of his friendah,, has c'one ided so fair to
re simeti the paraicice' of htis profe'ssion, as to
'-stende tea till enili in Claronme Diseases. A
smeang tese, lie woultd men'mtionf partietnlarly
Se.e cirulna etr K(mn's E'vil, Cancr, Diseaused
Almmipia,Chrontie' Soree Leas.&c. Adduress -
Park's P. 0., Edlge$.ld Dis.-. S. C.
May tiI if 14