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'FALL AND WLUNTER
TV HE Subscriber is niow receiving front N.
1. 'York, a general as-;ortment of* .easona
ile Staple ad Fancy I RY UJDS, viz:
lack, blue, brown and fancy colored
Cas.Aimeres al Satinets. Kentucky Jeans,
Blixt. gray and plaid S'rv:s Cloths,
B4and 6-4 Ci rcassians a.nd AlMerinus. assorted
Plain and figured Boianains,
White, green. red. and veliow Finel.4,
7-8 and 44 Apron at d F'urnitureCliecks,
French, Englisha:nd \mnerican Printa,
Plaid German Ginghams. (a new style.)
Black Gro de Rhin, Gro do Swiss, and
.Diapers, Irish-Liners, Lawn,
..Alerino, Thibet. Plaid Silk. Picnic, Chally.
Rohroy, and Prusian Shawvls & lIdks.
Spitalfreld. Pongee and Flag Silk Pock. do.
Dim. Cambric do.
Verona. Fancy and Mndras Hdkfs.
.Bonnets, Hoods, Gloves. flosiery,
'Oil Cloths, Carneting.
Baskets. Band-Boxes, Kiitves, Scissors. &c.
.A.lso. a quantity of:' 4, 44,5.4 brown Shirt
ines. Sheetings. and Drillings, for sale
bjthe bale or piece, very Ionw.
Cotton Osnaburgs, Duffil and Whitney Blan.
kets, &c. &c.
The Public are invited to call and examine
JOHN 0. B. FORD.
N. B.-After the 1st October next, the Sub
eriber wilbremove his Stock of Drv Gooos t.,
%the New Brick Store. between the Store he now
'occupies and Mr. Hubbard's. J. 0. B. F.
Hamburg. Sept. 14. 139 tfr 3
New Fall & Winter Goods.
T HE Subscriber is now receiving from N.
York, ageneral assortment of fancy and
Staple DRY GOODS,
carefully selected for this market, and which
will be disposed of on reasinable ternis. le
'respectfully invites his old customers, and the
.public generally, to call and examine his Stock
and Price C. A. DOWD.
Edgefleld, Sept. 14. tf 33
-elloney: .Voney Wated d
W E take this method of. informing our
friends and customers. that we are com
iled to mnakethis call for settlements. We
lieve in punctualitv in at tending to business.
We have open accounts and .notes due us,
for 1837,and 1838, yet unpaid, and we say to
-such, without hesitation, that we must have
such accounts liquidated. It will be more
pleasant to us. for our customers to pay, with
out putting our business in the hands of -an
officer for collection. We have our debts to
pay punctually, and must necessarily have
muney- NICHOLSON & PRESLEY.
Edgefield C IL, Scp:. 23. 34-c.
Louisville, Cincinnati and
CHARLESTON R. R. CUMPA.V Y.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
September 2d. 139.
Rail Road Instalment.
T HE Stockholders in the .Louisville, Cin
cinnati und Charleston Rail Road Coi
pany are hereby notified, that -under a Resniu.
tion of the Board of Directors, ati Instalment
of Five Dollars, oneach Share in the Comapaniy,
is hereby called for, to be paid on or before the
21st day of October next. Payments will be
made into the South Western Rail Road Banic
of this city, or into any Incorporated oank o
good credit in the States of North and :ou'h
Carolina, Tennessee, or Kentucky, or to the
Commissioners appointed to receive the same.
Persons who have not received Certificates of
Stock in the [Rail Road and the Bank, will then
receive the same, and those who have already
received the Certificates, will present them in
order that the receipt may be emiursed thereoni.
TIhme following extracts fromt th3 Chatrters, are
pbihdfor the informnationt of the Stock
RAuI. Rosn Cuanvrr.n.
"Sec. 23.-Atty failttre to pay according to
the Rules of the Comopatny any of the Instal
moents called for, shall induce a forfeiture of the
Share or Shares on which defautlt shall be so
RAL RO.AD DAN CHTYRTER.
"Sec. 19.-Eacht Share in te Bank shall be
inseparably connected wvith a Share ini the R(ail
Road Company. and shall never he trantsferred
without it, and the forfeiture of a Share ini thie
Rail Road Cotnpanty fur the nioit-paymem: of'
any Instalmnent called for thereon, shalt itnducn
a forfeititre to the Banmk Corporation of the cor
responditng Bank Share."
E.II. ED3WARDS, Treasurer.
Sept. 16,1839. e 33
H lE subscritber, iving upon W;lson's
Creek, four mtiles below Camubridge.
offers for sale his whtole Tratct of Land, con-.
maining 525 acres, more or loss: of which thtere
are about 300h acres cle ared aund suitable for t"w
cultivation of cotton or grain. On the lire.
tises there is a comfortlable lk wellin.! [rouse,
with all other necessary ouit buildings. rTe
termts of sale can be known by making ar'plica
tin to thte subscriber F. R0)9.
10 0 UNCES Si~k Wo~rmt Ems.
of time .uitunoth White species,
for 'ab- by G. L. & E. PENN, & C( .
Hlarral. Wright &. Co.
TP HE Pl-imil1's having this day filed
Ltheir declaration in mv Ofhil-e. andi
te Defendant having ino Wife or Attorney,
kitowa to be within thte State. upon wvhoit'a
copy could lie served : it is O rdered, that the
saidl Defendant, who is absent from, anmd hevond
the limits of this State, do plead or make his de.
fence, withinm a year and a damy from thtepubli.
-cation of this Order, or, in default thereof, final
and absolute judgment shall lhe awarded reainst
him. GE(I. POPE. c.C. p.
Feb 14. 1839. (Nt.c. $7.50 age 3
*109 Re ward..
R' ANA WAY ro~n the Subsewr
her on the night of the 5th oh'
'~iLFebruary last, froim moy place two
mniles f'otm Hamburg, S. C. a negro
tuatanuamed BE~N, abtomtt forty-five
years old, five feet six iinchtes high.
SThte above reward I w.ill pay for
"-delivering him to mie, or pumtting him
in jail so that I can get him.
Hamnbur . 'iare -0 '. t"47 f
1,MY HOUSE antd LOT. in the Village of
.tdg~efield, Upton terms to suit a purchaser.
In my absence, apiply to Col. Banskett.
Sta#te of Sotitli ('arolim.
Exparte. Petition to sell the
George (:onnor. and G. E. estate of wards.
Triiittanid, Ex',turs., &c & c. .
Lands. Negroes, Cotton,
&c., tor Sale.
N obedience to an order of .he Court of
Iquit%, made iii the above can:e. I wi:l sell
on: Wednesday. the 4th of Decembet next, III
folio% ing v:..uable property. lieloi.ging to the
estate of Doctor Francis Connor, deceased; to
One tract fland, situate in the District of
Abbeville, on Saluda 1ier. contaiiiiig five t
hundredand fifteen acres. and bounded by lands
of Captain Robert Cunnin.ghaam, T. Y. Neely,a
and :lizabeih ; dwards. To this ira t beloigs 4
one landing of Neely's Ferry. and thronadh it
pass the stage roues fron Laurens C. If. to
Abbeville C. H., and firom Aiken to Grcenilae.
One other tract of land, situate in the District 1
of Abbevile, tin Little Mulbery Creek waters of
Salua aiver, containing onae hundred and
eighty-seven and a half acres. and bounded by
lands of' Doctor P. W. Connor, Thomas W.
Williams, and others.
One tract ,fland, situate in Abbevilze District.
in the vicinity of Cokcbury. cowtaining se
vempnine acres, and bounded by lands of
Dainel T. deachail, Stephen Herndon, and
others. This tract is ad,oining a very fine mi
One other tract, situate in the District of Ab
beville, about a half a milt. froin Cokesbury. s
containing twelve acres, and bounaded by lands
of Thomas W. Williams. and others.
Forty-five likely Negroes. amongst which are
-two Blacksmiths, one Carpenter, and many f
very likely field handd
Forty hales of Cotton.
One thousand bushels of Corn.
A quantity of Fodder.
Cattle. Hogs. f
A Yoke of' Oxen, and Cart. c
One Road Wagoi.
Blacksmith's and Plantation Tools. &c., &c.
Terms.-The lands above described will be ,
soldon a credit of one. two, and three years; F
the purchaser giving bund and approved secu
rity. and a mortgage of the premises.
The pers-ial property will be sold on a cre
dit of twelve months: the purchaser giving
bond and approved security.
Cost to be paid in Cash.
The sale will lie made on the premises first
above described. near Neely's Ferry.
BENJ. Y. MARTIN, C. E. A. D.
&pt. 30th, 18:10 35-i. a
Losl of Letters
EMAINING in the Post Office, at a
Edge6eld, October 1, 1839. f
A. M. a
Allen, John C. Miner, Mrs. Nancy d
U. Mathis, Siteon
Boulware, H. Maysim, H. H.
Bacon, Thos. G., 2 Mohley, %Vn., 2
Bush, John McCall,Re-vJ.W.,3
-Buzzard, John S.,2 M e H ull, John
Bell, Win., 3 McDouald, 13. F.
Baggs, John, 3 Moss, W. If.
Burnett, Roht. Mays, Dr. R. G.
liarronton, Mary Mitchel, I% illiam
Body, Nathan Miller,John
Bleadsoe, Julius Mims, B. T.
Burke. Dr. B. Matheny. John hI
Bausketi. John, 2 Medlock Rachael 8
But ler, A. P. H ou., N.
4 Noble-, Nancy
C. Nobles, Mark P
Calhoun, James M. 0.
Clarke,AarouA., 2 Odom, Mrs. Eliza'th
Coleman, H. W. Oneal, Richard
Covar, Lewis Owens, Steplten
Courtney. P. P.
D. Powel, John W., 2
Dortn, George Preston,. Mr., Clock
Gray. Thomas A. Prothro, E.D.
Gjlas(ock, Thow.O.3 Pardue, Sarah F
Galloway, Peter' Q. V
Garrett, H. WV. Quarles, John B. '
Green, Cynthia Quarles, Sarah 0.
H. R. d
Hord, Greenville, 2 R andolph, M iss E.A.k
Hlolesomeback. Dk. Roper, Francis .d
Hollister, Mrs. C. Roshel, Robt.
H arrison,M rs. Mary ichardson, Ham.f
H-Iullingsw'orh, Jn. S.
h-tubhs, John, Eeq. Swann, T. T.
H arrison, Benj.Wv. Sharpton, Alex., 3 C
H olloway.lirs.S., 3 Saacvanum, 3.,
Hill. Mrs. Mary Samuels, Walker G.
H unbs, Miss S. K. Stephens, JTeremiah
lltnghs, Mr. W. L. Skennil, A bel
H-ill, Henrv Sai'cher, Hlannah
liarris, Benjtamin Shigh, Mrs. M. J
H arden. Miss J. F. Stotne, William
hlolloway, Caleb T.
HluI'inan, Henry Tibbatls. M r. 0. WV.
Jacukson, Rhoda W. Thtompkins, Wnt. b
Jonies, M is% Susatn Thomnpson.Joshua M d
.'iainings. Robt. U. . -
K. Upson, M. a
Kir~tan. Mrs. N. V.a
Ki'v l ichard iS. Varn, laae *
Ke'v, Thomras G. ..
~ L. Walker, Win.. 2
TLaboirdle. Dr M., 2 Wa;lk'r, W. G.
Loughie, 3. 4. C. Wiefiall. A. T1., 5
Litdleln. Wmn. Walls. Miss A mv, 2
Leitner, C. B. WVright, Jacob~
Laiwton, James A. W~eav~er, John1 R. s
M. FRAZ E R., P. 3f. e'
Oct. 3. 35 ( 1301 ) c 35
Village Lot for sale.
WILL iie sold a' pinblc
* outcry. on the 'kand iof' Ic- |
g I g i tuber ntexi. if not dispiisid
. . of' preu iotnsiv. the STORE' F
-r Ill USI-. in'the Villaci' of V
ed by Smith & Frazier. It is very spacions
and convenient, aiid well adapted to the pur- I
pose of"- Dry Gooid". oir Groce'ry Store. It is
situated on the Maii. Street. iuearly, opposite
thie Post Office. Ternis-Credit until the hit
of January next.
WVM 3. SIKINS
.Spt11,i1839 F 32
Broche and Rob Roy
S IA WLS aid Ilandkerchiefsj. justreceived 'l
and for sale, by C. A. DOWD.
Eidgefield, Sept. 14. tf 33 .
' LL persons indsbted to the snbscribers,
L. ar'. for the last tnle informed. tht i
paymeint i'i not made previous to the 1st
October n.-t. -their Notes and Accounts we:
be put in tire hnads of an Attorney, for colie.
GOOD WI' & HA RRING'I'ON.
GnOnur IN en ARoRIOm, & C,.
IN THE COl.lON l'LEAS.
Vade Speed. surviving partner
of Watkins & 1Speed, fr the Attachment
use of John Watkins, I in
A do!phns J. Sale. J
ohn Watkins, Ador. of I. M. )Attahment
vs. Same. , Assumpsit.
H E Pliintitir, in the above*sta ed cases.
having filed their declaration in my Of
ce, on the twenty-seconl day of .November,
8, and the defenda..t having no wife or at
,rney known to be in this State, upon whom
ropy of the said declarations ean he served:
iere'ore Ordeted, that the said defendant do
ppear and make his defence within a year and
day fromu the filing of the said declarations. or
nal and absolute judgmeats will be awarded
gainst him. . -
J\O. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c P.
'eh 14. 13- w & P $10 aqe 3
Late 01 %,tli 'awfll.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Mark S. Anthony
vs Attachment: Debt.
Adolphus J Sale.
vs Attachnctt: Assumpsit.
Adolphus J. Sale.
Speed & He-ter.
irviving partners, Attachment:
Adolphus J. Sale. I
I 'le Plaintils in he above cases havine,
on the tweiity-second of November, 1^38.
led their declarations in my Office, and the
eteidant having no wife or attorney known to
e in this State, ipot whoi a copy of the dec
tration. with a sp,-c'al order of tie Couri en
orsed thereon, can be served: therefore Or
ered that the said Adolphus J. Sale do appeat
nd make his defence within a year and a day
-om the filing of the d-clarations as aforesaid,
r final and alslute jnd,.'ment will be forth
rith given and awarded against him.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. P.
'eh 14. 1 r39 j R T $10 aqe 3
btate of .0%lltll I'irolifia.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Isaac Branch, ATTACHMENT,
Archibald Hamilton. AssutPSIT.
SHE Pluint-ffin this case haviig. this day,I
fiied his declation in the Clerk's office
nd the defendant havinit no wife or attorney,
nown tobe in this State, upon whom a copy
f the said declaration -may be served: There
ire ordered,that the said befendant do appear
nd make bIs defence withitn a year atid aday
-ot the filing of t he said declaration, or filal
od absolute judgment will be forthwith awar
ed against him.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c.-c. P.
lay 1't. 1839 R& T , aeq 16
tate or South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
obbins & Conner, ?
vs Assumpait Attachment.
Wim. Yarborough. )
HE Plaint lif. in this case,'having this day
filed his declaration, and the Defendant
aving neither wife nor attorney within this
late, upon whom a copy of said declaration
in be served; Ordered, that the Detendant
lead thereto within a year and a day fromi this
tiblication. or the said action will be taken pro
anfesso against him.
GEO. POPE. c. c. P.
Clerk's Office. Oct 24. 138 daq 43
State of tOHll Car'olifia.
IN TUIE COMMON PLEAS.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Pak& we',. SAttachment Assumpait
latch inmbal & o Attachment Assumpsit
iHE Plainatiffh in the above case.s htaving this
Iday filed thecir declairation, and tihe Defen.
ants having tteither wives nor auttrnes,
nown to be in this State, ordered, that if the
tid Defendants do not appear and make their
fence, within a year and a day fromt this
ate, fital atnd absolute judgenment shall be
rthwithe given and awarded for the said
laintitis in attachmeant.
JA MES WVARDLAW, c. c. P.
'hv 22. 1.38 :-t& T adq 45
IN THEt COMMON PLEAS.
vs. FOREIGN ATTrAcHatENT
H11 i' Plaintiff in the above case having
Ithis day tiled his declaraion~and the D~e
udant having no wife or attorney known to
Swithin the State,nupon: whomt a copy of~ said
claration, with a rtle to pleaid could be serv.
: It is Ordered, that the said Defendant do
opear and make his defence in the ah'oresaid
"tion. within a year and a day, from this date,
efinal and absolute judgment willhIt awarded
GEORGE POPE, e. c. r.
Clerk'esflice. Nov. I, 1838 dq 40
F~ rioUpartnership o'f'lH L.Jerreas& Co.i
of Hantmurg, Soth Caroli'a, wa:s dis
lvedm on the 1st of Anguns', 1838. by mnala
musent. All utnsett'edl business oh the concerni
rill be attended to by Hl L. Jelfers.
Uamburg, Mfay 2 1839 ac 16
[ beg leave miost respectfolly to inform my I
Ifriends, and the public .nenerally, that Mir.<
lUMnRvEs BOOL.wARE hias assoctated himself
'ith me. and that the business will hereafler Ibe
ne iider the name of JEI-ERS k IBOUL- '
V- RE. andh hopme that a cnuuiinuation of the
heral patronagre hitherto bestowed, will he
:rited and received.
IH. L. JEFPFERS.
Hmburg,.f May 13. 1839 ac 16
NEW FERY I
IN 11 l.il URG, s. C.
H lE Subscribers heg leave to inform their
frientd., and thet ptblic generally. that
ay have associated themselves together in thme
'own of Hamburg, for the purpose of trans-,
eting a genteral
Grocent and Commission Beusiness,
.which capacity they uofler thi--mselves to the
thlie. and hope. by a strict antd close attentioin
>hsines, to receive a liberal-share of patron
.'e. Their Stock -shall ever he comtposed of the
.ost chtoice and well seleeted articies usually
pt ini a Grocery atnd Stanle Dry Goods line.
All Orders, or letters addressed to thenm. for
nv article, or business on Commission. shall.
ei with carefnt attention anid despatell.
lH .NRtY L JFFFRS.
H UlwPH it t-Y DOULWA RE.
Iffoffal's Vegetable Life Pills
AND PilENIX BIT'ERS.
1'IHE UNIveRsAL ESI'rATIos9 in which the
I celebrated Life Pills and Phenix Bitters
re hel, is satestitorily detmonstrated by the
acreasmg dlemand fi-i them ineie!ry State and
iecion of the Union. anl fly the vo:nntary tes
:iionia:s t- tweir i emnarkable eudicac'y which are
.very where otlered. It is not less ron adee
.y gratilying 'onide-nce that they are the mejais
At extensive and nestimhle good amona his
ifflicted tellow creatures. than from i..terested
:onsiderations. tmat the proprietor lf these pre
-minently suiccessfid iedicees is desrons- of
keeping them constantly before the pubiie eye.
rTe sale of every addit ional box and bottle is a
gnarantee that some persones will he relieved
'rom a greater or less degree of sufferin, and
be improved in general health; for in no case of
mtiferimg from dlisease can they be takee. in vain.
Tic proprietor hias never knowie or heen infoirn
ad oc an iiistance in which they have fAiled to
do good; In the mostobstinate casesof chronic
diseacse, such as chronir dyspepsia, torpid liver
r .emnatism, asthia. iiervois and bilious head
ache.costiveeiess.piles, geieral debility. scrofil
osswel-ings and ulcers, scnrv, salt rieum
:nd all other chronic affections of the organs
aId m.'mhranes. they effect eures with a rnlpidi
ty and permaneicy which thousands have tes
fied from happy experience. In colds aied
teoeli, whiich. if neglected, superinduce the
most fatal diseases of the lungs. and indeed the
viscera in general. these medicines, if taken but
ror three or four days, never fail. Taketi at
tight. they so proimote the inseensible perspira.
ion, and so relieve the system of febrile actioni
tid feculeint obstructionsc, as to produce a most
lelig' tfil sense ofconiva!e-ence ine the mornin.;
iniI though the usunisymptoms oraco-d shoild
partially return duringr the day, the repetition
fa suitable dose at the next hour of bed-time
will albost invariably effect pernmanent relief,
vithoit further aid. Their ,-flect tion fevers
)'a more acute aid violent kind is notless sure
tnd speedy if.taken in proportioniable quantity;
teed persons retiring to bed with intlammatory
wmraptotesoh the mostlnat minr kind, willawake
kith the grtifyiieg consciousiness that the fierce
memy has been overthrown, and can easily be
mbdued. In the satme wayvisceral turgesence,
hough long established, ind visceral inlamia
ions, howevercritical. will yield-the former
o small aid the latter to large doses of the
Life Pills; .ind .o also hysteri'al affections. ltvp.
>condriocistm. restlessne'ss,and very maiy other
arieties of the Neurotical class oldiseases,vield
o the efficacy of the Phenix Biuters. Fnil di
-ections for the use of these medicines. and
howing their distin'ctive atpplicability to differ
nt complaints. accompaty them; anid theyctn
>e obtained, wholesale aned retail, at 375 Broad
Nay, where mcneronis certifleates of their tn
taralleled success arealways open to i nspection.
For additional particulars ofthe above nedi
-ines, see Moffat's "Goon SaatraTAe."a copy
:an also be 6htained of the different Agents
vho have the medicines for sale.
Freuch, German anti Spanish directions can
>e obtained on applicntion at the otfire, 375
Broadway. All post paid letters will receive
Prepared ancd sold by WILLAuM B. MorrA-r,
i:5 Broadway, New York. A liberal deduction
nade to those who purchase to sell again.
Agens-The Life Medicines may also he had
f the principal druggists iti every town throtigh
nit the United States and the Catinadas. Ask
or Mlotlat's Life Pills and Pheniix Bitters; and
)e sutre that a far simile of John Meoffat's signa
nre is upon the label of each bottle of bitters or
>ox of pills. Just received and for sale by
C. A. DOWD, Agent.
Edgefield C. H. July 1, 1839 tf 22
The Cause of Bilious Comup
laints and a Mode of Cure.
Well regulated and proportionate quanti
1 ty ofbiet upon the stottich, is always re
itefor the promotion of sound hea th-it
tit ates digestione, and keeps the intestinal
ateal free from all ob-tructions. Un the inferi
r surface of the liver is a peculiar bladder. in
vhich the bile is first preserved, being forned
y de liver frem the biood. Thence it passes
uto the scomach and intestines, and regulates
he indigestion. Thus we see when theie is a
leticienc'y or htile', the body is constanetly costive.
3n the oher hatnd, an overahnndance of bile
:ansessfregnent nanisea in thec stomtache; and of
en promtot5s very seiere attacks of disease,
.vch oumetimnes end in death.
t-evers are always preceded by symptoms
>fa di.,ordered stomnac'h; as are also scrof'ulones
lisorderes, and all sympathetic funictional. .or
la,,ic or febrite dlisceses. Freome the samee c'atuse,
aee neatural antd healthey action of the heaert, tud
he whole vascular systema is impi~aired aned rednt.
ed below its natural standard as exibited itn
ealpitaions, laneguid pulse. torpoer of the limbs,
yracc: e anid evecn death itself', in coensequence
i ane overahltudaice ofra pec'.nl iar olfensivcesub.
tntce to the di.-estiv'e organs.
rThe atpproaech of'bilioncs disease's is at all tiemes
~tiene~ed by decided syemptomes of aee exsistinig
liseased state oef the stomac h and bowels; i. e.
yuit nse which are kntown ter pict out theeir
:tentents to be eof a motirhid irriatineg neattre; buet
henever the alimenetary cacnal happies to be
oded wit. -irritating meattee, some dteerage
neuet of' healthy op'es ationc either of' the general
ysem, or ofsmee pa:rticuilar organ ot tile bodly
s the certaine reat. aend when tis staete hap-je
ies tee be ntnitede with any other s imptomes eeg
usease', its eti'i-cts are alw'ays :herebey mutch ag
~ravated. Th~e progress of' organ c 'obstretciin
Sott so rapid as srearcely t'e admit eel ilmee for
he apliceeationi oflsechi aid us is toc be otl'erede bty
rt, yet. ten general. the premotoery s...mptomts
I' gastric Intad are peerceptibl. for a dlay or twit
revios ti' the fec erishi ;.aroxismn.apeiod, when
he inost ellicacious assistancce meay he given,. by
mieoadeic g the stonmach aind alimeentaryi catnal
at its irrita:mge coneteets. anad thuas reducinig the
usce.p ibitis oft disenae.
.lleFI"AT8' LIFEL .MEDICINI'S, -shoueld
lways be cakena i. the early sta;.es of hilietns
omllain s; eacd it paerse'vered ine strictly acord
ng tee the directionis. will positively' , I. ea ae'nre.
The maieeral maedicinces oftena prescribed ine
hese dliseaes, althiong h tlhe'y acnay elffect a te'ma.
corary cure, at the stame tiine crete ate n n
cealthey state oh' thae blood, a.d consaietlyth
end to proemote at return of the very disease
wich thley are emnployed to eee. It is thiene hv'
le use ol' piirgaines, e'xclausively f'oread of
regetable coinponds, wvhiich. poissessinig within
nemeselves nec d, leteriouts a enc'ies, ni hie'h de
:opoesition, comebination, or alteraitetn cant
leveliope or brinig into acione; anid theretore ca
mble~ oaf produtcing nio e'ffect, save t hat whcich is
lesred-tat ci safe' remenady is t'onntd.
The LIFE PILLS and PHJENIX DIT
['ERfS have provned to he thie most happyv in
heir efli-ts ini cases ofi liilionisdise'nses, of any
etrely vegeceable preparatirn e everoffered toc th'e
mblic. If the stocmnach is fonil. thaey cle'anase ic
cy exciting it to thirow off its coa-tett.: if' ntit
hey pass cc the datodeennm withaouat exeninag
romitmng or tiansena itn te stomacha;stimuilatinag
he naeig hhorina vicera. as the liver nail paia
ersas. so ar'. to prodnee a mnore copious flowv oef
heir secretions into thce ince'scines; <tiinnlatinC
he exhatent r'apillaries, termcinating inc thce
aner coaet. which an inc'reased flow of thae tnse.
ess particle s of the body. foreigie matters. or
etacedl secretiotns. are comp letehi dischaersed.
For sa'e wholesale anti etatil by the pro prie
or.WILLIAM 1S. M(CFFA T.37~ Itronedway,
Vew York, ti whom all letters relaetivc to tiie
kleiciies eur orders muse he directed.
For further particetars ouf the above Medli.
:me see MorFAT's (hoone SAtA TiiTAN. a copy of
hich accompeanies the Medicine. A c'opy
nay also be bad on a pplicatin at tho store of'
3. A. DOWD. at Edlgefield Court lionse.
who has the Medicine for sale.
a,,,,st 1 tr or
About Brandreth's Pills,
-T L11 EkFLG1T5.
T H11: Pils are a Vegetable and Univer
sal 11Me'licime. proved by the exeri nce
ol thoinands to be. whjen properly perse.erd
with a c us cure in every finti of the 'su
OsN: Dis.nAS. all avi1- the same or igin, -ii
i. variabih arise from thea U. .IV i RSA.
W. ;T ;)f all d'enises, I ainely. 1.1P 1' lJ Y
or lMt'l.IVIT.CT circulatioi. of the BLOWJJ
I a periNl of little more than three years it
the Uniied States, they hav restored to a statt
of HFALTH and enjoyment oser ONE HUN
DREV THOUSAND persons, who were giv
en over as incurable by physicians ofthe firs1
rank and standing. ,nd it many reas wher
every other remedy had been resorted to iri
In all cases of Pain or Weakness. whether il
be chronie or recent, whether it be deafnes
or pain inthe .ide. whether ittaris, fromconstiti
tional , fAom somte immediate cause, whether il
be from internal oi xt'rnal injury, it will be
cnred by persevering in the use of thrse Pills
This e'eat principle of"PULGING"insi k.
ness is beginnig to be apipreciated. It is foui
much more convenient to take an occasioiu
dose of half a dozen Pills, and be always we4l
than to send for t Doctor and be bled. blistered
and salivated-wish the certainty thtat if you are
not killed, you are sure to have months ofmis.
erable weakness, antd the only one who is bene.
fitted is your Doctor Look at the difference
between the appearance of those two persons
one has been treated by your regular practi
tioner-see how pale and debilitated he is. see
how the shadow of denth throws his solitary
glattce frot his emaciated countenance, see
how he tremlhl-s in every lith; his eyes stink,
his teeth destroyed--tis constitittion' perhaps,
irre' ocably go e-yet.. nst hea how the Duc
or arrogates to liiiselfcredit. He says, "" os.
inveterate case of liver complaint"--nothing
but the Itmist energetic remedies saved him."
Energetic measurcs! i. e. Nfercitry and BlPed.
ing. rnined his constitntion. better say. So to
save life. von tnust half poison with iltat com.
forter ofIthe teeth and guims-Il ECURY
and positively make it itan miserable the sad
remainder ol his ext4tence; this is ca!led curing.
Let nts tow look at your "'pttrged" man-the
iman who has taken lirandreth's Pil s for Liver
Complaint-he has the- fir,.. elastic tread of
conscious strength, his countenaitce is Clear
and -erette, his eye is full and sparkling with
the feelitig of iew lile and animaiot; he has
beei confined a few day s to his bed, but ie
ttsed nothing but the TRUE BRANDRETH PILLS.
and soon rose without any injury being sustain
ed by hiscotistitutin. instead of beingt montls
in a w4 ak stat-,he will be strot'ger after ie has
entirely recovered the attack; be--ause his blood
atid fluids have become purified, and havitnp
purged away the old and itnpure fluids, the sol
ids are thereby renovated, and he is not borte
down by useless particles. but has renewed his
life and body both.
This principh of purging with Brandreth's
Pills, removes nothing but the useless and de
cayel particles from the body.-the morbid nnd
corrtpt houors of the blond; those humors
which catuse disease-they impede the func
tions ofthe liver when ihey settle upon that
organ, and whicli when they settle upon the
mtuc0es, produce rheemnatism; or, upon the
tterves prodnee gotnt; or. upon the lungs pro
duceconsumption; or, ttpon the intestines, cos
tiveness; or, upon the linings of the blood vdes
sels, apoplexy and paralysis. and all the train of
disorders so melaticholy to the sufferer and al!
who behold them.
Yes purg ing these humors from the bod%
is the true ritre for all these complaints. an'e
every other form of disease; this is no mere
assertion, it is a demons'rable truth. and encl:
day it is exte'nding itself, tar and wide it is be
coming ktnowin, and more & iore appreciated.
The cure by purging may more depend ipn
the laws which produce sweetness or purit%
thati may be generally itingined. Whatever
tends to stagtate will produe sickness. b. -
cause it tends to putrefaction.therefore the ne
cessity ofeunstati exercise is seen.
When const-nt exercise cannot he used
FROM ANY CAUSE, the occasional use -
OPEiNGJ MaInciNE is ABS0LUTELY requir.
ed. Thus the CONDUITS of the BRioon, th
FOUNTAIY OF IF E are kept free from those itt
peurities which wotuld prevent its steady ceir
rent ministering health. Titts. morbied hinnor
tire preventted from becottiing mixsed with it.
It is na'nre whiicht is thtts assisted throttth thte
means tand outdets whticht site has ptrovided lo
DR.BRaYDna.Ttt's Orrvices inl Sew York."are
*241 BRO.A llWA Y.1P7 lInhdson street. antI 27'
Bowet y.betweren Prince antd IILusten-sts.
Beware iof cont:tterfeits. Druggists sNzvtar
Only place in CI:ares::tt ihr Brandretht'-:
Vegetable Unive'rsatl Pills. whicht is tmy own of.:
lice. and opetted f'or the exchisive supply. Do
One dloer frotm Quneent. is the ottly ptlace for tNe
trtue Brndtreth Pills. Pi ice 25 cents per box.
with full direction's.
B1. BRANDRFTUJ. M. D.
The Gn.'ct E Brandterethe's Piils are sold I
C. A. DOW D). Udeeield C. 11. andi 301i.
.McLA RV.N. Abtbeville Court Jiottse, S. C.
Jtute 5. 183~9 adof 18
1Mies' Comprundl ExtracL of
A4 SU]STflT. TF IFO CALOMEL.
tntitntno a/na, it lhas been lontg emiploy
ed by the ettpiric aned scietiiic phyvsiciate, a.,
one "ol the mttost piowetlitl agtents tier thte remto
vael .ordiseas.e. Bly th e formter, ahntost evern
land has beeen deiued with .ostrtnmts, that the'tt
tin htors c:aimtedl nsspecilic- in every idiseatse ini.
-'tdenit to he hiiieen laily rthe tolli of' these
rete steei.s ine(el ito e 1itt'te'it. for sicenra e
crtiie'icl ienvestigtw imeti has shiowti. that the /umst
of tmest uof the Patnneens. Caho;ironts. &c.
which ha isve beete trntpet'd beefore the .-omutt
tiity, with so mtteht aessurantce. is CLom,d te
mercury it sotme forii. Now, if this poitei
article 'event in tht ha i'ds oif the ost skilfu
physician, regqenttly exerts tin mefttetice. oo thPe
humanit, systeml. iln'iereseen. anzd e' utirely hevondtt
the ceettrol of' art. linee miingt the cenittitioti.
and brintinigon prematusreolel ane. rCseaise a. d
d atht, what resitlt shtonid be expetedl who
pr'ecribied by the e-.norant? Conti their unttie
thtnsntud vii tints speak.nS voice frotm the litmb
wottld som.i dispeli the specii' de'ltusion tht iiow
swva the intds ofthte livitng.
hiumne pihysiciants esplotre the sail evils re
sitiing l'romt tlie mteri' iria - pi aect ice'. ntnde wi
glidly hail t'e initroe'ttiont ottt at~ rich.. tht cant
safelv he sith.ti-nii itedi feer (a mtel. Tho. e fn
and thn ' enly. the grentt tne'ertantty eef'its'p'rimt
tary operattiiioml 'hie nnt sayv whe'tther it we I
be fatveiurable or n' fatvtornble. lThey iso knirr
and feel, that iI'its its' is ecnti cned torntutv emti
ees nm.,ittcentaitnhltinlow. liit the y muttsi choose
the least of tei o evils: they k. weno oeethier arti
ce that will tarotnse a totrpid lirer, retimo olh.
stuctiotn. andl sect itt free actionthe who'~vtle
?lethaa system. andei it becin... intdisneusahel
ne'essary to doe thtis. thuey e'ontinuie its itse. tnt
i'hsta- ding the evil coitseque'nces whic'h
They have long desired and songht an art;.
cle thtat wnntid proditee the good ell'ects of this
drug, withont subecting the patient tom its dee
Ieriouas results. Such a desideenatum, it is be
lieved. hits att length been obtained, in the article
teow presented to the public.
Thte tpropirietors oftltis articlo keepine in view
the faict. that ta reise attd benevolent Being has
plnced within thse rcach of all, rcmedics adapted
to the dieases incident io the clide they iu
habi.; at d knowin;. iikei-ie, that must of thI
dieseses of the LNImED :T.ms are based upon
organic or fu~ne:nai derangenient of the liver;
directed their uttention to those articles which
act mtiore' especially on the biliary orgains.
Alierlong, laborious, and expeusive research,
they have snecceeded in extracting a substance
frnm the TO.\ATO,which, fremaits pu culiar ef.
lect npoeneth e..eputicorhiliary o:tans. they have
deninated lepatine. It isa mnedicme that will
produce all the he: eti.in i results of Calomnel,in
ilboth ate and chronie diseases witl'out the
postidbi-ityortprodnicingq the deleterions conse
- quences commnnon to that article. Its action up
otn the constitetim. is universal. no part of the
systemc cseaaping its influece. It is. however,
I pon the orgaus of secretion and excretion,
that its great power is particnlarly manifested.
hence it is peculiarly adapted to the treatment
I of biliousfecers and other diseases in' which a
i torpidity or con-estion of the liver and Portal
It is admissible in all cases whereii is neces
sary to cleanse the stomach and bowels. It
removes obstruction, and excites a quick and
healthy action of the liver and other glandular
vi-cerai of the abdomen'c. Being diffnsible in
I in its operation. it produces a free circulation
in the vessels on the surface of the bod3, ac
companied by a gentle perspiration, It does
not exhaust like drastic purges; still, its action
is more universal, and may oflen be repeated,
not merely with safety but with great benefit.
This becomes indispensably necessary in cases
of loingstanding: for in them intense tempora.
ry impressions made by strong medicines. sel.
dom, if ever, do good; but tend to injure the
stanmina of the constitution.
It is cleansing and purifying to the system,
nets in perfect harmony with the known laws
of life.nnd is undoubtedly one of the mostvalua
ble articles ever offered for public trial and in.
For convenience, this medicine is formed into
3 grain pills. The white pills are cathartic, at.
teratirc diaphoretic. and diureic. The yellow
pills are tonic. stimulant, and diaphoretic.
As n family medicine, one which may be re.
sorted to with safety. and relied on with cer
tainty, in the first stages of disease in almost
any form, it exceeds all former discoveries a
medicinie, either from the vegetable or mineral
They are put up in packages of135grains,or
Pills. at 50 cents, or 100 pills at $1.
The above Medicine just received and for
-ale at the F.drefield Mledicine Store.
Jnly 11, 189 tf 23
State of 'south carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
L EWIS RODGERS, who is in the custo
dy of the Sheriff of Abbeville District, by
virtue of mesne process, at the separate suits of
John McClintock, arld of Miller, Ripley & Co.
having filed his petition with a schedule on
oath of his whole estate, real and personal, with
the purpose of obtaining the benefit of the Acts
of the General Assembly, commonly calledthe
insolvent Debtor's Act,
PUBLIe NoTice is hereby given, that the pe
tition of the said Lewis Rodgers will be heard
and considered in the Court of Common Pleas,
for Abbeville District,ar Abbeville Court House
on Wednesday the sixteenth day of October
next; or such other day thereafter as the Court
may order, during the term, commencing at the
said place, on the second Monday of October
next; and all the creditors of the said Lewis
lodgers, are hereby summoned, personally, or
by attorney, to appear then and there in the
said Court, to shew cause if any they can, why
the benefit of the act aforesaid should not be
grnntl to the said Lewis Rodgers upon his
executing the assignme'nt required by the acts
aforesaid. JNO.F LIVINGSTON-,c.c.P.
Clerk's Office. a &- $11 75 ac 24
July 12 1839. 175ac2
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