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.DWO Jub 5agpIPPU s1b
Are qfered to the puic as a certau ami efectual
. remedyforfevers of every description.
AM of opinion that all evers are a unity of
disease from the mildest intermittent up to
t e highest grade of ellow fever, and that the
different denominations of* 4evers, are :imple
owing to some particami.r stateo o tie atmosphere
rto some peculiar conlition of the system; und
with slight variations, touchm as I have mimade, thy
treatmenit mhold h the same. 1 ml ailso oflopin
idn that !his nmimst be tihe prevailing tIml of the
day, or how is it that physicia fevers
Iroughout with Calowel an deple
Description and treatmen viz:-1st.
Iternmiftent or Ague and Fe. Bilious
Ferer. :Mly. Typhus or Nervo , anid ill
other fbvers by whatever namuT, mey tay be
11t. Of latermittent or Fecrer and Agme. I
ebusider all fevers of ani intermittent character
which cool oif' once in twenty-fourhoirs, wheth
or preceded by a chill or not; or whether tle
fever and chill rise and contimuc together; or if
there be no chili at all. Sometimes fever of this
Character continnes 24 or 48 houirs without inter
mission, and sometimes itoccursonly every third
day. Nine tenths of the Ieverj of this state. and
most other slates of this union, partake more or
less of this character, and iii all their various up
pearances time treatment shouald be the mame.
This medicine cures by correcting the bile, giv
immg tone and energy to the stomach and howels,
andtl thereby commnmicating health find strength
to the whole systemi. It is also possessed orelu
simgohoar fmnd admirable propertii1s, that it does
not sicken the stomach nor operate onm the how
el as a purgative. It b'reaks the fever iii lrom
24 to 48 hours, during which time time patient
feels no sensible betefit Crom it, but finds him
self muddely well without being conscious ofits
mode of operation. There im imio arsemic or ao,v
other article of a poisoious nature in this medm
cie. It is entirely harmless; wlmnell in fiuy sit
iationi may take it with perfect safety; anud if
double the quantity herein recoinmmenlell wis tit
ken, no hind etli.cts wolld he lirodn.I hv it
The increnvd demand itr this m.cimn., ms :nt
diued int! tin fimtre to pr,-pare L omly in the lorm
of pills, as time trianspurtation of vials is hilhm ini
convenient and umisafi. l-'or -rown peison.-- m
children who preer taking it im a ligifid fiim. it
can be prepared convenienkmly by anmmy ps-rsonm in
tle following imannier: pound twelve pills well,
pul ib preparation into a vial. and pour two
cominon sized table spooilimmls ol whiskey or wa
ter to it- spirits ofany kia fire h"st. Aimy other
qma'.tity of the ijind ay be prepnred at tie
samIe tile, by ineremaiig or lessening the intimti
ty ofthe medicine inm the same poPortion as de
Trcalment.-If time patient prefers taking a
puke or pmirge before ie commimces tie use of
this medicime, I have no ob;ection, [mmit it is ratrely
if ever ntecessary. He can drink cold witer or
make use of any kind of diet simtableih fr am sick
person, without the least danger, or sumflering the
slightest inconvenienc- firon it. A growi per
son will take for a dose a pill or common sized
teaspoonful of the liquid every two hours. both
day and night, ntil the disease is broken: chil
dren 8 or 10 years old will take :10 or -40 drops,
and those three or fim r years old will take 15 or
W30 drops, and infaits 3 or 4 weeks old will take
from '1 to 6 drops, repeated and continued ms re
conmmended lor grown persons. But as persons
are very smmbject to a relaise or retm m of this diis
ease, whether they are cured in this or ay other
way, it would be well to contin e takim, three or
four doses a day until tie strength fnd complex
iom are restored, and particularly it' time person
has already had several relapmes. One box will
cure two persons ofa comimon attack of agne and
fever. Before the liquid is taken the vial should
be well shaken.
2dy. OfBilious Fever. This is a more obsti
te amid dangerous disease than intermittent or
..gue and fever, there are generally three orfour
days indisposition previous to the onset of this
disease, and fre inently chilly sensatioms fhr a day
or two after. hen thisdi,ease is properly
formed it rarely yields to any treatment under 8 or
10 days, and sometimes mtiuch lonkrer.
.3dly, Of Typhus or Nerrous -ever. This is
still a much more obstinate and oiaigeroumis diseasme
than bilious fever, aid apparently moire mi-di in
time commencement. It otten contimmes fifiee
or twemty days with scarcely imny remissiomn mr ini
termissiom, iih great prostramtionm of body amid
dlepresasion of imind. It may lie wemll to obse'rve
thaut Typhmus fever is amost commmon imm thme winiter
andsprmng,and Billionms fever ini time smmmer amid
fall. 1mn time first stage of'alil fevers, it is commni
for time tomngute to be covered with a whitish cimat,
andm iif the fever is imot broken amid runms into time
second stage, it is apt tom asmnime a veliowtishi
brownm color, and in the third amid last stage of'
f'evers, (nd piarticumlariy if they are imf a hmighm
grade and malignamt chmaracter) time tonigui isapft
to assume a dark brown color, of ileirenit degrees
ofitmoisture; sometimmes it is exceeinmlv idry; ini
this stage of the. diseaise tihe patienmt is oflenm semi
sibie ofa hot or burningj sesaition ini time stimmchm.
Thie symiptimoms of these twvo lisenses aire mmi immuch
alike ii t heir first stage thit phmysicianis oflen di
f'er as to thmeir renml chumrnceer, mnor dimes it mamttem
raaterially, imecaimse time tre*atiment of bmoth should
be pretty mumch time samme, withm his excepmtion.
that typthus fever doies ot requliire nor will it
heair as imutchm strommg sickening medicine ais bil-.
Treaemenmt In thme first stagpe iif ihmo two hast
diseases, I give a puke or onue iir two sumalml domses
of calomel or some othmer medicinme timmt wiill ompe
rame uipon tIhe stomacih iandc hmowels. Unider imny
Ccrenmstaiices I oibjecm to giving~. more stromg
moedicinme, amid amii decidiedly of opminmion that re.
epmeated doses of such operatinmg miedicineis do
imore harnm than gomod. After thus iiperatinig onm
the stomach and bowels (anid even wvithoni it)
if several daiys have elapsed anid imy patienit lie
come weak, I'commmence with time pillis mmnd dropis,
anid give a dose every three homrs, thiat is eigiit
doses im each twenity fomr hiours, wimim a regmiir
use of' Virginmia smnkeroof. or.ome othier swent-mm
jog tea, snmeh nms hysnyi sage cmr lhahmm. Sl.hul
them patient suiffer mumchm w.ithm pamin in thmIe hiindi,
back or elsewhiere, give twenity or twenty-fiv'e
drops of immmdaumm at mighmt, if it lie am gromwn per
som (chilldremi shommid tike lesscmrrespondin tg w:'th
thmeir'agee) amid shmonl lie biecomeimi mneh eilita
ted from ma continuatmimon of time disenmse.nn pam. ir
ticularly if time hanimds andu fe'et ibecomme ciohi, give
a drnmughit of toddy or winie every three or iiimr
hours unitil lhe recovemrs; conitinuei. aii the time to
use time pills or drops us reommmenmdedl. 'ilhe
diet should be light, iind akeni oinly at iti ie mit am
timne amid often.
BIleeding is so seldom required ini timese udisen
ues that it is scaircely necessary to imentionm it: ii'
it ever is resorted to it shioul d be int time emmrly
stage of them.
Blistering is somnetimes uiseful tund rareiy if ev
nr injurious; but it should lie ciily resom teid to
in time last stage, wmen thmere is deiiimi or insatimng
:oilness in time rxtreimities. im tIme freamenmt .mf
eitheir of thmese disenmses, I wouildi me bomw
els to be ini rather a costive mh al e ecni-i
tion. Bmut should thie howit inactive,
give brokenm doses of saltsa :u thmem
w'ithm injetimm, mandu if thmey bh..e. tot ~ iuxa.
give, give six or eight dropms of' lauii' m two,
three or fouir imes a damy, ummtil time looness is
restrained. My experiencee imm the treatmmemmt ofi
yellow fever hmas not been very exmenisiv.'. hbut it
isineithier more nor less thanii time highmest grade' of
bilions fever, amid shonl be treated pretty mmeih
In ho ame wy.JOHIN SAPPING,TON,
Sainme Cotmy, Missomuri.
Price $1 50 per box.
Niumberiesa certlficates of this mnedicino, hae
1been tetyilered, hbut I hamvo mimoumght fit tm imnsert on.
se h.ralawnafrom the Retv. Jel 1. Hamden
Register ofthe Land Office for tbh lpring Field
distract, lo., which seems to emnbrace the opin
iolns of many in ditlerent sections of the cout
try. - J..S. -
H1tving travelled much over the states, both
west and south, and having heard nmh said in
favor offDr. Sappingloi's liver pills, I do liee
by certily, that I believe there has ne-ver yet beefi
ainy medcine ottered to dt public so eliencisl
in the cnre of levers as sitm whiii lie ias pro
pared. I have kMown unan% laboiring under Ie
ver and agne, cured mav thei cuatirse ofi "t," 24 to
4.4 hours; naad all cases of fever is, which I have
kanowee it used, it has never tailed to eflect a
enre, so lier as knflown to lite, in a slorter ttme
than any mtediciim I have ever known used I
le therefore recommend it to all pe sons oilabor
ing under fever, as the best remttedy known to
the public. JO,.L 11 II ADEN.
A fresh supply of the abiove valtiable medi
cite is ollbred for sale at the Edgetield Drug
April 19 11
Iinte of 1'"SO1111 Ca l lollilla.
T If El presents will certify to all concern
el, that we. George 31 Newton residling
in the city of Atignsta ansd State of Georgia
and John 0. B Ford. residing il the town oil
I lumbirg in the District aior"said. have! ormed
and do) herelay form a partnership unider the act
of the Genieral Assembly ofthe State of Soutli
Cnrolia atnthirizitig the formation of Limited
Partnecrships,r the lmrchase and sle ofGoods,
Wares mnerchiadize.which liasinemss is to le anr
ried ciln i staid town of liamurg under the name
lend style of "John 0. B. Ford" saod to cotintue
lor and dairing the term of five vears ti-om the
date hereof. The said Jol 0.11. Forl is tie
General partner, send the said Get. M. Newtoli
is tie Special partner havinig nettally eontribu.
teal te satm gal five thousand dollars tat tie coln
mtaon slovuk,inl tes-imony n% hereof we have- hervic
set our hamils athis ifill day of October. eightee
lhugdred and thirty eight.
iganed,] JOIIN 0. B. FOIl)
migoied and daknowltdged int the preseniceotiu.
r si.w e i le.' 1.\ . 14 fTT.
)%WIE.L NGjT(j.\ FOR0D,
I Iumburg, 8 C. Oct. 5. 1838 f 311
L, I i ODS.
'iIIE Salascrilbr beg., leave ta ivit- the it.
tentiaon f the peopl of Cdpt liIld a thil li
ad.:oining lDistriats tit ni entire New Stock aif
FRE NCII, GERMAN, ENGLIS11 &
A Il KIt ICAN
D It V G OO D S.
W hich he las just received Irast New York
and is niw op ing at the New Store adjoin.
ing Mr [linhbard's 1laate! ih Iatubarg.
His stock is exotnsive-New-ndjl bo0ugh0t rOa
cash tall of which le oiirm fiar sale tat low
prices as can liu boaamght imn sty Sonmthern --ity.1He
deemsit entii ely mmneessary tit eter into n gen
eral emameration of the( n'rticles or whichre his
ass&vrtmnent is composel or to hold onit any in
ducement. which ay not in the practical olera.
tiongs oflhis bmusiness'he realized, lit sitpv ta
state that ie ingtenlm to keelp his store fugrnisAed
1at all Imies withIttie nest & most desirablezarticlve
and (as far as pssiAble to do) an assortmet of
every thing thait lwlongs strictly to 4is liae of
bossiness. land( that tle lat-1vina in'l selling of* I)rY
Goods will c-ongstitutie his sa md leading pirstmt
rand leave it to those with wlh:,ma le shall I lwe sat
fortimate as to deal to decidfe whether iecatt sell
its cheap as others engaged in the siate business.
JOHN O. B. V0It 1).
Hlamburg, S C. Oct 5. 1838 ab Ni
NEVW GOOL S.
T HE Subscribers have just received from
N.York a splendid assortment of FALL
AND WINTER GOODS. Consisting of
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings,
Stocks, Collars and Bosom's,
Gloves and Suspenders.
Airts and fimbrellas,
With matny other New and stashianable Articles
in their tine. .A genern assortment of
II EADMIADE CL TIlING,
And Military Trimmings of all kinds.
P1. S.-C LOTA ING Made up ina the best man
n -r and most asl.tmall tle.
GOODWIN. llAtIllNGTO~N & Co.
Emef'iehal - 11. Ot. 2. 9:2 i :.
N E W G 0 0 D S.
T lEscribers are receiving and
openaig their fall atnd winter~ supp)ly o)f
goodtas which hatve beetn ielected with gresat
enre rroma the latest impt~aatat ionm. to whmich
hey' respectimelly inmvitae a he sattention aof
their enttomaier~s anda ate pubhlic genmerially.
Their stock 'mblriaces a larire atnd getner
al atssartmnent of Britisha anal A meriienn sla
ptle iad fatncv goods, sntitedl toa the emseaon,
Groceries, lzardalnre, Croteckery,. Shanecs,
Hats, Saddles, said a genearsal assort mment ofl
Ilooks anal Statioary, all oft whaich they
wtill sell oan the moacst resasainnblle termais, for
cem,b, or on edeait toa hilunctatnti engstomgers.
G. L. & E. PENN. & Cao.
('loims, OhussisEac('es, Ve4'%is
ll.A TS, S l'O MKS A N D)(LOV ES
'3111 E Subalscribers have receive 'a ,,pletn.
didta nguorm mena maf a le aove articles, sal
a he laet styles, tat which they inavite a le at
tetiont car their ensatomgers. Th'ley atrere
pared to execuate sall ordera fhr clothaing itn
the btest style anda can te tmost reasoabhle
termais. i,. L,. & I. P ElNN, & Caa
E..a -32. 1943S :38
.1cW fMo.,dl! New Goods!
V Ei ll;l sublermlber gas iaw re'ea itming a amopi.
I n iaggeeral amad coaimple'ta aasarnttma nt ot'
(Consistinag of I'annei., slaph- andl a rv a iggads.
(. raacs.rws. Crtckerv. Iltad and it o allsaw Ware.
Tinm Warea, Siadl'rv. &ci.&c. wvhialm will li
scald rery rIheng. IIis iands iandl emnstimmer.- sare
re.spiectfully amnvited to enll tind examainie for
theammselves. C. -. Ia tw1D.
Oct. :3i . 148 at '
flagging ande Dale Rlope.
T311E ' Siahlseribiers have receive asa sup
.1 ply afil le-tup anal toiw Bageitng ath
lamle Raipe, which they oil'er for satle tat the
G. L,. & E PENN, & Co.
Oct. 22. I188 if 315
SATINI TI8 AND) Fl.ANNI:Ls. Just re
ceiivedl by the Subhtscribiers.
G. L. & E. PEN:s & Co.
Oct 31. 15438 tf 39t
' V 11' Suhta.a..hlers have recie cc a suply~ of
CilEESE%' oft smipherioir <pgialiy~ 'ior liannily
se. (a. L. & F. i'l.N N A Co.'
o.et '11 a- - pa 3l'
7'WtO cane haorse or Darbaorn WAGONS,
entirely niew.. Appily tat
EDMUJND) 1OY D,
Near Gilgali alceting Ilatuise.
Sov 9152. f 49
Aew Fall and Winter
r 1-he subscribero.lg leave to itforin 1ir
B frien'ds and the pubc generally. thatdhey
are now receiving their stock of kft and 1'1s
ter Goods; conssling jf te followsng artiles.
-uper 5.4 black Italian Lustring Silk,
Uro do Swiss do
Muslin de Lane,
Emnglish Printa, new style,
Faincy do and Alourning do
" red and white Fliannels, white Canton do
Blaclmand colored .-4 and t-4 Circassians,
" 64 Gro de Nap .Lerino
" - 4 Fr and Lng do
o 64 Cosojation Cord,
Ladies super fitney silk Shawls and Veils,
plain Lama do
red merino do
silk and itimllion frinige do
colored merino a nd chincille bor
i b China Silk Hose,
Ladies black ribbed do
" ." n orsted and merino do
white and colored cotton do
French muslin worked Collars,
silk, beaver and hoskin Gloves,
bonnet und belt Ribbons,
linun caimbrie lldkfs.
mourning mslin Collars,'
" super. English Straw Bonnets,
I imses -- " " do
Lmg lawin and Irish Linens Diaper Towels,
8-4 Tabie, 3-4 & 44 Diapers,
A good assortmnt of Satiucts, Casimeres and
Blue, black and invisible green Clqths,
Furniture Fringe and Dimity,
Cotton net Shires and Suspenders.
Men's hivekskin, woolen &cutied Berlin Gloves
mixed and n Ime Imih's wool half I lose.
" ai:. k !Ik id %%or-e4d do
silk pocket ljdk& neeid black Cravnts,
S Stocks, Linen Bosoms and Collars.
.4 Englikh and Fri-tch black Bomhazin.
\ 6lod asortwleIat,% n hte pula n l 1a m a l!.
S " figtired anid plaid Swiss do
Bobinets. Inisertings. rhrend Lat e and Edging,
Power loom Tickiing asid Russia Diaplers,
ileached and brown Shirtings and shectings,
Woolein inseys and Washington Jeans.
heavy goods for serviats,
9-4 10.4 11-4 Whitney Blankets,
8-4, 9-4 Dullii for Negroes.
Also, a good assortmnent of ie's, boys anti ia
lies fine Shoes aid men's Boots.
Men's fine laits, Fur nmd Seal Caps,
Boys cloth Calps and wool Hats,
Saddlery. Hardware. Crockery. Tin, Etc.
With maiiny other articles too tedious to enea
inerate. which will be sold on acronmmodatiog
terams for cash, or on timte to punictimni custom
ers. NICHOLSON & PRISSLF.Y.
Nov 14. 1838 tf 41
OF BAGGING, RUPE 8' BACON,
JU-T nFCI::VFD AND Fo. SALF.
Pieces best 1 EM P BAG GING,
00 21)0 do. wide TOW do.
100 Cods of small Hemp Hope,
410, 100 do. do. Tow do.
511) lb1s. Eniglish Twine,
10,0(H) prime BMcon Sides,
Sugar, Coffee and Molasses,
Salt, Iron and Steel
Teas. Loaf and Lump Sugar,
Brantlys, Wines, and Cordials,
All of the above Articles, or any thait we'tay
sell, we will warrant to be of the best qualityg,and
will sell to order or otherwise, at the lowest
potsible) prices;aid we assure our friends & the
p blie generallv. that orders for Baggiteg an'
Rope,or aiv other article in our liie,shall ha e
our best t:tention
We still conttine to) transact bimsines on Com.
mi.sion, aid will attend to the selling orstoring
of Cotton, or any other business entrmsted to our
cre. 1I. L JEFFERS & Co.
Ilambuarg, iJuly 12, 1838 tf 23
Factoraige & Co3nunission
lIAAIBURG, i-. CAHOLINA.
' lE sublscribier respectfiully hejns leave
*tto amnnommnee to the Plamers atnd Merchants
of time U.ppier Districts, thait hie hsas amntde. ar
rmamgemei.nts for thme enisiuing senssam to Rteceive
tindm .4ll Cmoimo, amnd truists that his euxperiene
in thme businiess andthe man zm w itilities imncidenut
to his paresenit occemnpationi. will emahile haim to
imeat an i extemisive patromnage.
Mlerchandiize andh Comttoni Received anti For
wiarded with thme usual tdesptcth.
J. F. BFNSON.
Spt 141. 1838 af 4t)
L L. I,ier,ma. -- ns'tedt'm to the Estate of
F-ancis Ml. Y'onnem, are remjmnestedl to
make-11 immetae tunv mmwnmi; aund all pim'rston
haviiing de aimads agrainist thme Estaite aure r.
tluestedl to p' 'enm themm mlulv ,mtestedl.
1 hlMU\i'i P NN. AIdp'r.
0er 19mh, 18 ,r~ t s
-4? 3 4 34,
T I E N otes anal Accouts mfer. J;ameaa.
mpanni deleed,, hmave' bmeenm left w ithI
eMr. Ii. L. Jelm'ern. it Hmbuhsrg. All pe.r
somns imndebitd to Drm. Spanmmm amie rtegnetedm
to enll andal )M3:ir. Jteder.t, w ho is nnthoriz
edl to receive the imimney. andm those hmavmng
dlemamnds aninist tIme Estatme will please
remnder thmi tto him. E. !SPANN,
M a,rch 1(i. 1838 f f A dn'lri.r.
S I'R AWYE D,
U' 1OM the thsusriber,
near HIambuirg, hont
J thme lamst of April. Twoo Steer,. 5
- omr in years odl, log slim hions,
t)mme of tIme Steers is redl anmd whmite, the tither
brimndled. Emir umark nomt recollectedl. The
steeri w~ere imm fimne torder. mis they hmad beon stall
fina. I pmre'smie thety w'ill enideavor to re'tturn to
Cmammbridlge, where they wiere raised.
Nov 23, 18'5 43 if
APP'OINT1MENTS BY TIH E GOVERNOR
E'NERAL ORDEO:-Arthm P'. Hayms..
Jameas II. Irby. J. Edward Calhoun , A
lexmader Gm namu. Will iam E. Martin. Samtm'el
M5 inie. Jasmies Chmesnuat. It. J. Gaige. Johmn A.
AIatonm. mamma John WV. 10 ice having been appuoin.
tedl Aidls-de-Canmpl tmo the Commandimeriti-Chief,
with time riak of lit. Colomiel, wvill be obeyed timd
JA MES JON ES,
Adjt. and Inspector General
Dec. 21, 1R38 [C] af 47
Blanks for sale,
AT Tms5 9Frj.
IN THE GOMM0A PLEAS.
John Middleton, )
vs. FOREiGN ATTACHMENT
F % I i Plainti in tle- above case havin,
.. this day filed his decIasini.and the IDe
fendani having no wife or attiorney known to
be n ithin the State, upon whoim n copy of said
declaration, with a ruile to plead cold be serv.
ed: It is Ordered, that the said Defeolanda th
appear and nake hiis delince in the aforesaid
action, within a year and a day, from this date,
or final aid absolute judgment will be awarded
GEORGE POPE, c. c. .
Clerk'sOffice. Nov. 1, 1838 dq 40
btate (It b. tih ( auolina
IN TIl COUMON ILEAS.
Wm. Brunson, vs. Foreign Aulacheent.
Williami Drum, )ebt.
W1l . Pinintiti im tins case having.on thie 11th
of' September, filed his declarntion in the
Clerk's Office, and the I)efendaut having no
wire or at'orney,known to he in this 8tate, upion
w1om11 a copy of the said declimintion nmtv be
served: It is therefore ordered, thal the said'ile
11'endiat do, appear and mtke his deftice within
a year and a day, lrom the filing of the said dec
laration, or fiial nad asolhite judgment will be
awarded to the said PlaintilY.
GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Sept 11, 18-38 eq 33
State of -'oit tFcarolinla.
IN THE COMMON PLI;AS.
Samlpison Kilerea-se.vs. FoR rims A-r-rAcK
Wilev Freeman t SI.-T Assu-irsIT.
1If fE Plantitii this case havinig,on the 14th
day ol May, W:i8, filed hisdefclaration iii
the Clerk's Office. and lie deti! diat having ino
wite or attorney. kinwi ie . in this inle liplon
whom a copy of time sai,: d1-clais-t8n i.a% h.
served: It is therefore ordered,limt the said de
Gitldant do appanr & mnaie his dIfeence within
a . at n ani a tiay IIi,o the lisinq. of hlf -11n,1 ,lo -
insatisi, or timal anid absolwe uidgilment w ili be
awarded to the said iatitifl*.
G-A ht"GI; POPE,c. c. P.
Clerk's Oflies-, Mav 1l4th. a:;8. I..
Z%.atc 01 "Notith C411roiliat.
IX THE CM031MU0N PLLAS.
Robbins & Conner.
vs As1sum1psit Attachment.
Wm. Yarhoroiigh. i
r I I.l ; liiltil*, ill this Case, having this lay
filed ihis declaration, and the liets,ldanit
iamimg neither wile isir atiorney within .his
State, upon whomin m copy ol'said deelarat -n1
canm be served; Ordered. that the oedimi:tt
ph-ad thereto within a year aid a diay from t..i
pImblication or tit said action will be takIln 11ro
confiesso agamist lham.
GEO. POPE. c. c.tr.
Clerk's Office, Oct 24, l'J8 dagl 43
iState oh -011th I aP nalin -
LN THL COMM.\ PLEAS.
Charles bpruill, Adma'r of ATTACimx.wr.
UtiOy E. Liidford, dec'd vs. Asscarbir.
Jameis Donald. A
F If i Plailit fif III this ca.-e havi"g. -'ma til.
2tilth day tof March, 1838, filed his decla
ioe. im mimy office aid tae deitenidant heaving niI
wil e trattorney,kniowi. it) he i. ii: .->tate,apon
whims a copy ofihe declaratinj with a special
order oftise tourt endorsed ireoon.can be serv
ed: Therefre ordered,that the said Jamies I)oti
aid do appear ead make has defenmce withiii a
year and aday from Ime filing of thedeclaratmon
as aforesaid, tpr firal & absolute judgmem wid
be t'ortliwith giveni and awarded against him.
JAS. WAIMLAW, c. c. P.
U:erks ilice i Ith .1ay 1.-38. 15
Mlte' of -tiliftil q arle(IIII
I.\ COMM -'. I'LEAS.
Jacob Chamberlin, ittacmehtent in Assuimt.
durvivor, vs. 'Ta Notes-Damaiges
V lI1E Piaintitl'havinig this dlay tiled hais dlec
laratioun imn tis case, am the Clerk's Offcc,
mad time said Johnm A. Younimg hmavimig mao wife or
attornmey, knmown tm lie inm this proinmce, uponiti
whom a cotpy of the said declaratin ima i
spsecsal order of the Coutrtemndorsed thesreain.can,i
hei serveud: It is thercijire Ordered thiat tee -aidml
Johnm A.Yong sdo amppa'randm m.ake hmis defe.nm- C
wvith am yeamr andm a slay, frism time lilig sof th.- saidmsl
ricciai.utiomn. nm aifrsnmid, oir iial ands absosutet,
jmudgmient wvili be mamrthwitha gi ven amnd award. ml
for the staid plainmtiiY.
J AS. W A RI LA. , c. c. P.
SIrk's O)flir. .Iant. 17. t. dagis 51
' l i' - E lithti i irP.Ii lidt. t
IN THll2 COM.MO.\ PIxkAS.
Larkina irilim.., vs.
Th'los. M. Clairk, in rviv..r .-itrmemnt.
il: Pinsititf hmnving ihiimm hi sldeclaratioin in
this case, ands the -ises.iindant havimng ineaiert
wvife .-or aittomtev knmowni to lbs om.s is ite,i ta
dered,l tht tlas'isd delinanlmmt sio tnp ear & paleamd
tmo thes phtrintitt's idec.msrationm witin am ysm :andil
'hmy froa.mt .nbllientmison ibe'rs''. sat .ml;;menti
uhlssohite wvill he mawmardesd magahim.- himi.
(Ch-rk',s O')ire. Jma. -2:1 18:-. .I . ;i
LAW AU h AE.
75 IlH Undserignied have as,-s i ,.
J.themselves to~emther in she pa aice1
mof Law~ ansi Equtity ini Edsliehsl Di-sriem.
A. Dl. RT.
4et. 4, 1838 if 31
Mf H 1101SIE and la' T. ini the. Village of
.L .dg sisisld, iupotn terms so sut a pur ser
in amy ab,sienec, maply to Col. lianiske*tt.
April i2 tf in
A lLI Personsm indeb~lted tim the late Ch- -
tiana Breithanpjt, dee'd., mare regq,..sm
ed toa imake imamedliate pmayment. Anmd : 11
personms havinagdemaan1ls against the este te
of saisd deceaseed are regntestedl to pree mnt
themn duly attested.
JOHN IBAUSKETT, E.xor
Ihluprovsed Plunk tiaumcers~.
100M~PlWVIlD PINK SAI'CKL-'is
m fr dy3 igSilk, $toackimags. Glstves,
leat .er5. Fisowers. Tliiifany, Ganzecs, 'ratpes,
Cambricks, Misslimas, &c. & c.
Just received amnd for sale at time Edigefieldl
lYore New GoOds.
T H iE Subhscribesrs ale receivimg ai fresh sump
ly of Winter Goodls, r'cenmtl- puarchamsed
in Chlarlestona, which miakes their assortmnit
complete: to whmicha they inavite thme attenitioni of
thmeir cutstomers. GA. L.& E. P'ENN & Co.
.s lte life of1 I.usness.
a'111-. 5itbscriber.- are dierncitleu to sell
their goods on the. imott reaniable terms
at which they can be aftorded. In orde r that they
ay he enattbled to do. so. oi the ismial teruts of
credit, they deent it their duty to niotif% theircus.
totners. that dey wild expect prompt paymenit.
',i acctitiute are ctnsidered dlie o fihe first
tlny of Jauiary of eaci % ear, excep b% .-peeinl
agreement; a" which time they will rei;tire tne
saue to be closed; it not, they will charge In
terest after that time.
Aid all cecounts dite on the first day of Juan
ary of each year, nd not chsed within three
months after that time, they will cotnsider them-4
selves at libeity to ptt then into the hands of
amt oflicer for collection.
In every well cotiducted busiosess there should
be sone friticiples aid rutles by which it is gor
erned-nnd by aduapting the above rolese w- shall
be enabled to do jistice to ourselves find to all
concerned. Acid what wili be better, we shall
be enabled to Pell otar goods to our customers on
a credit at ensl p,lrices.
We ietirn our siicere thanks to our friends
for their liberal patronage, aid will try to serve
thetn, so as to meet v cotitinuieice of the same.
G. L & I.. PEINN & CO.
Dec 4; 48:' t -t
Fun 4m1 II-4tiutioa.
OIL the classical delaro,ent of lins fi.,titte
trun, the Board or Tru.-iee.- have electei
the Itev. N. W. Iloilges n-. Priicipa,, and the
Rev. P. T. ilnminiiit. Steward and Farmer
'the Primcipal has il secureii Mr. John
Dav,s os Assistai.t teacher. fin the en uinai
year. This school, ilherefore, will go into op
us atious on the :id Monday in January next;
Pnder the superinteidtancti of' .i r. 1H4dge?..
The Principal i.d Assistanot are booth experien
ced ienchers, nod each lhnq4 prelpared Students
'or the South Carolinit Coliegv. Mr I limm.nd
has servel lor . mos.th6 past, as steward id
1i0anter, and lei in lir to fill hisataion with satis
11e1 mon to all parties,
'Tie r:i es cit di'vard ind Tuitioi will hr fixed
A til ne. i m-144e sll W ii, ;ard, u itli a tite
variations, tro,.. the te -s i0: t4 t e. nr. n . i. es n cre
100 fror board, and from ;$ti to $40 per ai
mm for tuition,pamynible halfyearly in advance.
Sw,i... wil i.- te; -ired -- falc r vw, .1ii
biall .ur.- ::I :-e r daiy, I #r . e e ey n% di rv
vcii reasomaile v otiiensatioin too be dedttcted
froin .neir bilad in the last session. Parenits or
,uardann tinay in' e their soi.s pepiared either
ror the Jii r or lower classes m College; or
im% e tioeir -aistrutiois smited to tt high order of
l.nghlsi ede ation.
The lrincirn. has resolved to enforce strict
ihsciplim.e; and cmtiv.ite the siwral as ei as th
intelea/ powe-rs of liv solth cointmittei.co
as care. His efl is iii tIis way wili be sec.
iied by the i xecmtivecosnmittee,w o tre do -
ermiimeid t-c talkv ivery prac.icai measire to re
11u41e teipitatiolnm.. ams t:n as lssiible 1itic this
Itistitivienti, which ate ca.cifln.ed to lead the tt
lents tmmm itmioralities or c-orciri. The cum
aittitoi and hans of this itittitution wl ie itir
ished to any on.- whotc wid :spish to either -A
he inembees of* the Board of Tnrstees. It is
-itrestly requested. that i parets ned guan
ians who xeod to t..is iistimin.in would strictly
itiserve tw law of the Board mof* Trustees,
which requiies iinat mill onies sent ftor the tee
f their sons simuld boh placed ins the hands . r
:ie steward, to be givi iut as ncessary ; and
i4ot to authtiorise atey v.-todent to cntract amy
lebt. wiihotit the approbatim. of the stewamd,
[nt order to enforce this law, it ir hoped irents
aid guardians, wilt itfuse lte piayiq e o aty
cetin. t contracted b. m*iminors(withott -uch aii
itrity; especmallo fir wine or spirits &c. Ap
>h;cations hor enoterance must he imade as soon
is cotivenieemm. iu person oi by letter, to the
Principal, at W%'ooi ille P1. 0. Alieville District
ir to Weri. Smith, near the Iiistitutiono.
J.10. AVIS, President of' tie Board
1v-- 1: 42
F.MLE 1COZ Llcolu.
F11 IlU exe cises 0 this m1inattio. weil re
. comnctince, on Tuesday.the a s dsayoqf Jan
ary, 1839. Th. Itecior inmiirms tie cimmuni
y. Iti1nt Miiss STARK, wht has assinied iimi this
ear, is eigaged for the mtext also Withthe am
istance ofithdis lady. anid if MIr. BAr'os in tIhe
lJusial Departmnent. tilt the I rntatmentatlibrancth
aof' Drawing, Painting. Need/c-work Sr Music,
vill hi. taughit iin this Inustituttioni, together wi:hc
me solid b,rianchet i hieretolobre tatught. tio.iatt
Sc. cani be ohicinied in the house ofthe diitector
tar thirty ptils, anid ini neighbhorinmg privatte
0use5 to amtv extemnt decsired. It is paroticumlarly
.'.-ir.'ble, thact thicse a hii itienmd toi place their
hitdcrenm in thmis I mstituttin liir the ntet e'ar.
hiouild do so ini thei lirst wieek otf thme opei'ng of
lil schooil in Januiiary: las, in that week the cias
Cs will hec thimedc for time whme systemi to cccmi
einc'e its ciperatomis otn Monda~ oh' the secmnd
Themc schocoli room is provided w.ith, tire pinees
mid tire's to miake it commtortale in witer. nnti
iie houitrs oft inistrui~cptn tare the same in thamt sea
tn as ini thie summtter. Scithat thie idvanitneris
ir -tutdy in the winter will he equeat to those ini
Pricecs in thc Molidl Branchies anid Metsic the
amne te ntext yeari as thti-. Fcr l)ran ing a. d
'naiting, 9 pmrarter I-'or Niecdle-work.
Mti. Pay,mi metz urte.rly in tadvanice.
We. TI. JOllNSON, /Rertar
l'dgetild. Nov. I. 1e'3m. e c
Tlhei 'omth (Carol jinian. Chatrlcectoim Corier &S
ilercuary, Aiiut:st ( hlronic'le & Senitineil andc
isertions, tande forward thieir :acc omunt mi this ci'
icc tiar paymen'tt.
II0OOKni & NTATlON ARY.
G l nci1ti"rt mtent iot 'k/hoo/. '/lssira/ Cani
Itdunk. Io/ks, alsoci. C~'ap an I L.etter Papetr,
tuiilhs Writte andit miudebble ick, &c. &c.
tn't recivgi by . A. 1)1W I).
IRO'' and %IIOa A .
J UST receiiviet, ai gicod amnd comtpleti assort
mmet' Lad/ies. Gentilenmen and Ch/ildren,'s
too/s and Showej. atanufaifctumred 'x presshy for this
nark et. andc wartted giood. Foir sate lby
Neov -W i-:tN it'41 U. A. DOIVO.
RentE A pple VI EfE A R.
jOm C Stale hy
C. A. l)( ID.
N t' '. - 4h
Beuch 1Wnca t I- LOU R,
U ISTl htec'rivedc. a goo cicharticle pmt til ex
Ipnpesisly tor F~amily eise, and mmlor sate bmy
D)ec 5, 1535 tt 4 I
2,000 ""J ~.i' ""'i'
II. L. J EF F Eh( S
llamtburg Oct. 15', 183 3
rj 11E substcrtibier, freim the imtportiimnities
of ius frienmds, hits coneched sci famr toi
-csm ie the pracitiice oh' his proheassion, asc ht
mitendic toi l calls in C/hronce iseases. A
nonag these, Ite wotuld meint ion particuilarhy
4e,rcfln or Ktmna's E~vil, Ctanceri, D)isenaecd
W annunite,Chironmic Score l.e's,&'. Aiddrcess
Partk's P. 0E 1iam.l:.,i., ; iS C.
CLOCKs, WATCHES and
JE WELLER l.
(aor the United States Hotel)
IIL Subscriber offers to the Catizeus of
Edgefield District and its vicinity a Rich
a, nlble assortment of
HLS, J.w.MnY &
o lateat Style and Imporiation, consisting
mi purt of the followig Articles:
Gold 1idependent Second Watches, with
from 17 to 25 Jewem,
Gold & Silver Levers, Plain & full Jewelled,
London Diaplex and Anchor Escapetnefit
Gold & Silver Lepine and Vertical Watches,
Ldies' rich Gold Neck Cihaims, new pattern"
Getlefmen's Gold Guard and Fob Chuinx
Keys, Seals, Finger-Rings, Breast-Pins, Ear.
Gold no.d Silver Thimbles, Pencil Cases,
Spectacles. &c. &c.
mangle Clocks. Flower Vans & Biallead
A . General Assortment of
. 4 EV -Z i W ea ul va ,
' UCH As
SILVER TABLE AND TEA SPOONS,
SUGAR I onGs. Soup LuiI.rs, CApTOR & CAKE
BASK-TS. CANDLESTICRS, NALT SPOoNs, &c.
A file assorunent of Roans'. ELIT-T'S
and WADu. & BUTCER.N's f.-IZOIIs. PEN
K.\,J I.'FS .-I'> 1i e * Iss)1: also a good as
sirtincut of DU%WE KNIVES and DIRKS.
JOHN B. MURPHY.
N. B. Cocxs and WArci.s ctarefully re
p. ired. mad I'arranted to perform well.
.Alulsta. Ga. March 28, 1838 tf 9
'tn e ol Sotit * arAinai
A BREVILLE DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Thom:as L. Jttmapt, vs.s i
Park & Iowler. IAttachment Assumpit
Hatch Kiiball. vs. Attachment Aumpuit
Park & ,wler.
73 'lIE P'lainmtiffa in thme aboive cases havinag this
Slay filed their declaration, and the Iefen
dalits iaving nwitler wives nor attorneys,
own to ie in tiis State. ordered, that if the
4niii Defentdants do not appear and make their -
lefence. withiin a year amd a day from this
-late, final and absointe jidgeent shall be
fordhwitlh given amd awarded for the said
Paiittins it ana-hment.
JA311E8 VARDLAW, c.c. r.
Nfiv.. I-3e i&T adq 45
CO5IL assVD WOOD
C0414 -11o n -oo
COOKING STOVE.0. A-C.
I T i1 H Eindersianed has just received a i;rge
msunppmly of inmprovedA STOVES fir Coal
and Wood, of entire new patterns, and of va
rmouas sizes. viz:
TJhe Peo,le's Coal or Wood Cooking SLtre
Suaperior to any heretofore in use, not onaly on
nccouint of convy. nience, time perfiect an:mmnmar in
whmich the camokinag is performed. buat also on ac
countt of the ecominmy of fumel whmichm it cffects.
The Patent Grecian Partor Giate,
which for beauty atnd economy excels nll others,
producing greater a'tfeca with iess fuel.
The IParlor and Hall .Slot-e,
passing heat fromt mhe hasmaemt to the upmper part
tharoumgh flines into the fomr corners. and through
The Pa rloir and Pipe Franklin,
with plaina and muran tops, for wood or coal,.new.
lv aoanstruered with swelled hack, sunk hearth,
udoor fronat. &c
The Shipi and Steam Roat Store,
calculated to cook for 5i0 or 200 persona, with
la-,a fuel atal grezatezr contvenience than any other
-a to n mse.
A so. a Variety of SMALLER STOVES,.
witha them s:atme iimprovemients.
The Ro.r 6 8' 9 P'late .%tore,
open a nda pltain 1ops, of varionas sizes,fromn IR to.
.\iso Americ-an, Enisiiah andl Rmssian Sheet
Iron. Store Pipr. Sheeating amid Brazing Cop
per. Illaock Trimn. amid Tin lrate.
A'l aof whmi-- lie oile'rs for sale low famr C.rAr,
air tapproverl pnmlper. at \'o. 16$ Broad street at
thme Signa of the' (:ofr Pot. amid directly opposito
ther F.agle & Phaoemnix ilote.l. Amugustn
B. F. CihEW.
*," The highiest price will be. given f'or Old
Perter. l'apper. flr,ss ne'd Lead.
\n.,,a . -, -t +> ' ' tf 39 -
$ 25 te war'd.
R A A WA Yfrom the Siubscri
--r hi ier on the night of the 5thm of'
Februtary last, from amy p lace two
miles from llanmurg, S. C. a nero
mama niamed BEN, ahotut forty-hivo
- . vears ald. five feet six inchles high.
' l' ahitre reward I will pay for .
-adeliverinag himt to me, or pmtting himt
ama jail so that I cana get lhinm.
iuanmurc. larch 2t1. 18~37 tf8
Blroug~ht to the Jail
' this taistriea. a Ne..ra manm named Ar
e v.nhn iilmi, a het t- or 10 iniches high, 40.
.ar 4.~ ears olal. saitr ina thme laef leg, all his front
tae'th omit, andh oiflight comiplexiona. him say's ho
bh Ias to Joihni Flaniagan, of Lancaster Dis
' tih ('a ima.
NZaer i mnesteal to conme forw.asrd and
oporty, payi charges anal take himi, away.
C. J. G LOV ER, .i. a. D.
7 ecl4 1%3 tf 44.
8tate of SouIth ( nPollina.
O .V El 81.\h St)N. 1 sq. tolhs before me,
a smmall hay hairs,. with a fewv saddle
tmtarks oni hmi< hack. amnd a small wvhite spot on
his Giirehada, necar foumr fi-et eleven inches high;
ad abouat sevenm or- eight years of age. A p.
iraisedl to lie wo.rth fifty-five dollars by Caleb H.
iadsay. G. IH. limill. amid Henry Spires.
1nbar,ROBERT ANDtRSON, Q. v.
nbr.Dc..1830 ,a- 4(1