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RI$TIN UFFiGEr-rR &NLE, %'I"
-'A(GEAT SACRIFICE. IN AUGUS
TA, GA.-The. snbcriber, offers for sale the
Printing Establishment of the Daily News, in
the city of Augusta. Ga.
The newspaper type ConisAt.s of Nonparell
Drevier, Burgeois, and Long Primer, in suffi
cient quantity to pnblish any paper in the
Southern Sittes. Tie type is very good, and
ha been but little used.
The Press, is one of Smith's patent. of loe's
manuiacture, and capaple of printing an impe
sialsheet-and warranted to be inferior to none
The Jol, Type in the office comprises almost
every size, from pica to twenty line pica, and
extensive founts capalte of doing any worti
which might offer. The assortnient was Iade
at Bruce's foundry in New York, without re
gaMd to cost, and is its complete as as cotild be
desired. There is a hirge asstorunent of Bor.
der, attached tothe Job Odice.
A large Imposing Stone. A grt at numibr
of Chases, large and sinail. ACast Iron Roll
er monld, Cylindars, Frame, &c. Together
with Stands, Cases. Sticks, Furniture. and
every other article necessary in an extensive
The terms are one thousand thtee hundred
dollars. One third cash. a third on the IsL of
July, 1840, and a third on the 1st of January,
1841, wit approved notes.
. Any person wishing to purchase a Printing
Ofice, will searcely ever meet with a more a
Letters o tins subject, T ost paid. addre.-sed
to Andrew J, Miller, at Angntta, or to the sub
scriber, in Mialtedgeville, will ne attended to.
WILLAM it. PitTCHA.ZD,
Surviving partner of Pritchard & Bush.
Milledgeville. Jan. 7, 1640.
BY' Will the brethren of the craft be so kind
as to Eive the above a few insertions I
State ot So1-th ( arolina.
UIENitY C. TURNER toll. before me, one
L bay Hlorse, fourteen hands viree inches
l1g,. supposed to be seven Icars old comie
sprig, with his right hind foot white, and his
left fore foot with a small white round it, and a
small white spot in his lorehead Appraised at
$50. UENJ. S'EVEN , .1. PI.
Feb 3, 1840 c 1.
A LL persons intebted to t.:e Estate of Joi
Gridis deceased, are regnested to n:tke
payment;and those having demands agaist
said estate to render them in properly athteii
ticated, as longer indulgence will not he given.
J. B. G lr'UIS, E's
Jan 27, 1340 b 52
LL persons ind.bted to the Estate of Jtmes
A. Smivly, deceased,cither by Note or Ac
count, are'requested to make iinnediate py
ment, or I will tratisfer then to the hanls it ani
Officer for collection; als., those having de.
mands against said Estate are requested to bringA
them in, duly attested, within the tine pr-.
scribed by law.
JOHN S. S31YLY, EI;r.
Jan 20, 1840 i 51
A LL persons having any demnids against
the Estate of Matthew 1ss, deeeased, are
reatested to render then in to the subscriber
duly anthenticated, and those iudebted to said
Vstate to make payment.
CALEB TALLY Adm'r.
Jan 15, 184 tf 50
T HE Copartnership of l3land,Catlin & Co
. (except so much as relate.; to the sett.iing
up of their business,) expires with this day. fy
its own limitation. All lers.iis indebtedA. to
them are requested to imake pay ment without
delay, to either of the parties; their note.< anid
books may be foun-l at their old stand which
vill be occupied by Bland & Butler.
BLAND, CATLIN& Co.
Edgefield C. 11, Dec 31, 1S39 c 49
A Lpersons indebted to the estate of Jas.
M. Norrell deceased, are requecsted to
make payment, and those hiaving demands a
gainst the estate, will render their acconts duly
attested, to the subsceriber, by the tirst day of
February next. WILEYO(ULBREATHI,
Dec 19th, 1839 f 47 A de'r.
A LL persons indebted to the late William
Strom, ccen. deceased, ore regnested to
make immediate payment; anid those hatving
any demands agaimst the estate, will render
their accounts, duly attested, to the subscriber.
within the time prescribed by law.
W M. STRO.M, Jun. Admn'r.
A LL Persons indebted to die Estate of the
late Jesse Hobbs, deceased, are regntested
to make immediate payment. And all persons
hiving demands against said estate are request
ed to present themt dutiy attested.
ELB3ERT DEVORE, Ad'n'r.
December 3, 1839 tf 44
A LL persons indebted to the Estate of Robt.
Watts, deceased. are requtested to make
immediate payment; and all persous having de
mands .tgainst the Estate are requested to pre
sent them duly attested, within the time ptre
seribed by law.
ROBT. McCULLOUJGH, Ex'r.
July 18, 189tf 24
ALL Persons indebted to the estate of Fran
cis T. Mitchell, deceased are regnested to
mnake payment; or any having demands, to pre
sent themt duly attested.
CALEB MITCHELL, Adm'r.
December 27,19d 48
an'E W SiLKS.
J UST Received a fandsomne assortment o
Pru do Sois, Gros do Na p and Mlatcioni
Silks, of the latest and most fashionable colours
and patterns, which will be su!d very cheap hy
C. A. DOW b.*
Dec. 13, 1839 t* '
.Genuine Mlorus MangLa*s,.
E ~ NTLEMEN wishing to sup
ltemselves wi this vti,..
able Plant, 'vhich has excited so
much interest thirotughout the United
States, and throughi the agency of
which, it has beeni found that the enittie
SILK can be made a t-ery profitable business,
can do so, on very advantageous terms, by ap
plicationi to the Subscriber, who is Agenit for
the disposal of a nimited number of Trees and
Cuttings, of a very superior aacter raised in
Barnwell Distriet, S. C., and whicen will he de
livered hiere in December next, wihproper
directions for p)lantin~g. C .1. G LOVI-;Rt
Agenat for the Proprietor's.
Ede~eldC.HIouse, Sept. 14, 1839 at 33
Who waut Better Evidence,
Woud refer tho'reding public to the mn
i merous voluutaryletters published recently
in this paper and in the Good Sanmaritan reln
tive to the happy and -beneficial etfects of the
Mojfat's Lifei Pills and Phenix Billers.
Those who have porused the Letters abive
referred to will.observe that in alhost every
case they attest tiefact, that io inconvenienve
of any sort attends the. taking of these medi
cities. iin ordinary cases, but that the patient
vithout feeling their opperation, is universally
lell in a stronmgeraitter state.of health than
was experienced p evions to being alilictel
with disease; and in cases of acute luferinag,
gieat relief is obtained in a few hours, anwd a
cnre is generaily effected in two or three days.
In cases of PFVER of every description, and
all bilions affections,.it is unnecessary for me to
say anght, asi believe the L[FEIMEDIGINES
are noiv utivereally admnted to be the io.st
speedy aid effiectual cure extant in all diseases
of that class.
The Life Afedicines are nso a most excellen;
relief in niertions ofthe Liver and Bowels, as
has proved in hundreds of cases where patients
have co-me forward and requested that their
experience in taking thetm might be published
for the benefit of others, In their operation in
such cases, they restore the tone of the Stomach,
strengthen the digestive organs, and invigorate
the general function or the whole body, and
thus become to both sexes (1r they are perfect
ly adopted to e.ach) an invaluable means of pre.
venting disease and restoring health.
In affections ofthe head, whethr accompa
iied with pain and giddiness. ar marked by the
grievouscalamity if impaired mental energy;
in palpitations of the heart, flatience, loss of
apnetite and strength. and the imulti plied isymup
tomtsfdisordered digestion, The Lifc Mediciems
will be found to possess the maost salutary cf
Constitotions relaxed, weak, or decayed, in
men or women, are uider the immediate infii
ence of The Life Medicines. Old conghs, asth
ima, and coisumptive habits4 are s-on relieved
atnd speedily Cured. 'overiy of blood, and
eimanci ted limbs will ere ling meet the hap
piest change; the chill watery fluid will become
rich aid balsamuie, and the limbs be covered
with flesh. firm and heiathy.
Nervous disorders of <-very hind, and from
whatever canim-e arising, fly before the effects of
The itr Mcdiriirs and all that traiin nfsinking
anxieties, and tremonurs which so dreadfully
afle-ct tlic weak. the sedutnrv. trid the delicate,
will in a short time he sueceeded by cheerfui
ness, and every p:iss:age of health.
For weaikiness. dteficienicy of natural strength
and relaxation of the vessels. Iy too freqent in
daltmce of the passions. thI imedicine is asafe.
ce-tin. and invaitable remedy.
Those who have lung resided in hot climates
and are langiuid and relaxed in their w hole sys
temn, may take The L*i Medicines with the hap.
piest effects. and tnerns removing to theSouth
ern States or Ves.t Indies cannotstore a nore
important article of health and life.
,rte folowing cases are anmong the most re
cemntecreselrecte-d. and grat-iyfully acknowl
edged by the persoms .ei:ciittul;
Case oriicob C. lHunt, New Windsor, Or
ang-e, N, Y.-A dreadful tumnor destroyed
nearly the whole ,f his fice. nose and jaw.
Experienicerl qpsick relierfefotn the use of tie
Life MIedicin-es, and in less thanu three months
was entirely enred. [Case reported, vith a
wood cigraving in a new pampmhtlet now in
Case of Thos. Purcell, sen'r, 84 years of age
-was amlicted IS years with swellings in his
legs-entirely cured by taking 42 pills in three
Case of Joan Daniton, Aberdeen. Ohio
rheumatism five years-is entirely cured-has
used the Life Mcdicincs for Worms in children
and foumid them a sovereign remedy.
Case of Adah Adams, Windsor, Ohio-rhetn
matism. gravel, liver affections, and general
nervous debility, had been confined seven years
-vas raised from her bed by taking one box
of pills and a bottle of bittersla most extraor
diinarv cure-she is now a very hcalthy and ro
buist vonman-antested by her 'husband Shubel
Case of Adon Ames-cured of a moct invet
crate and obstinate dyspepsia, and general de
Care ofrSusan Goodarant, a yonng unmarri -
ed wvoman-subject to ill-healthm several years
a snmail coutrse of the Life Medicines entirely
restored lher-is now hmale anmd healihy.
Case of Ihiss Thomas, daughter of Eli Thoom
as-congh andl symaptomis of consumipt!On
cuired ini four weeks. Hecr sister cured' of a
severe attack of inflaimmatory rhieumatism in
Case of S. Colvimn-cumred ofra severe attack
of scarlet fever int a few days by the Life Medi
Extaordinary case of Lvman Pratt, whio was
aflicted wvith Plithisic 20 1ears-effected a
perfectcure in 24 hours by the use of thme Life
Thousands of perseons afflicted in like matmer,
havo, tiy ajtudicious use of Mofa's Life Pills
and Pircnz Biuers, been restored to the enjoy.
ment of all the omaforts of life. Tme Bitters
are pleasamnt toi time taste anud smell, gently as
timnge time fires of thme stomar.h, and give that
proper tensity which a good digestion requires.
As notinig can be better adap:ed to help and
nourish the constitutioni,so there is nothing more
getnerally acknmowledged to be pecutliarly efti
caciousa m all inward wastings, loss appette, in.
digezstion of spirits, tremblinmg or shaking of the
hands amid limbs, obstinate conghs, shmortness of
breath, or consumptivo habits.
The Life Miedicines possess wonderfully
efficacy ini all nervous disordersafits, headaches,
weakniess, heaviness and lowuess of spirits.
dmmness, ofstght, confused thonghts, and wan
dering of the mind, vaponra and melamicholy,
and all kinds of hysteric complaints are g adu
ally removed by their use. In sickness of time
stomach, flatuiencies, or obstructions, they are
safe and powerful, and as a purifier ofthe blood,
they have not thmeir egnmal ini the world!
For additional partictulars of the above mnedi
cincs, see Molrat's "Good Samaritan," a copy
of which accoumpanies tle medicine; a copl)
can always be obtained of the different Agents
who have the medicine for sat.
French, German, anmd Spanish directions can
be obtainied on application at thme office, .d..
All post paid letters will receive imrmediate
Prepared and sold by WM. B. MOFFAT,
375 Broad way, New York. A liberal dediuc
tion made to those who purchase to sell aigatl
Agents.~-The Life Medicines may also lie
hzad mfanmy of tl~e principal Druggists in ever'
own thronghout theo United Statesandthe Can
udas. Ask for Moffat's Life Pills and Pheena
'litters;, amid be sure that a fac sinmilie of John
iTfofat's sieumatuire is upon the label of each
bottle of hitters or box of Pills,
OJ'These valuable medicinesare for sale h'
C. A. DOWD.
lFdgefield C. HI. Jan, 23. 1840 tf :0t
Plaislter of' Par'is,
RY anid Caleinied, suitable for bothm Maa-c
u. tring and Plastering.
Also, a genuine article of Old Port IFuu.
Just recemved and for sale by
II. R. COOK, & Co.
Hamburg, Oct. 18.1839 tf 38
floselaine de Lanes,
ASuperior Article for Ladies Dresmses.
Also, Victoria Shawls, just received and
for sale by JNO. 0. B. FORD.
H.,bum.. ept27 1829
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
P ACHMAN ALFORD, who is now in
the custody of the Sherii of Ahheville
District, by virine of a capias ad satisfacun
dunt, at the snit of Daniel A. Wise, and Henry
M.'Lipsford, having filed his petition, with a
schelinle on oati of his whoie es:ate. real and
personal, with the purpose of obtaining the
benefit of the Act of the General Assembly,
commonly called the "Insolvent Debtor's Act."
Public Notice, is hereby given, that the peti
tion of the said Peachnan Alford, will be
heard and coisidered in the Court of Com
mon Please, for A bheville District, at Abbeville
Court House, on Friday the 20th day of March
next; or such other day hereafter as the Court
may order, during the Term, commencing at
the said plact! on the third Monday iii March
next; And all the creditors of said Peach
man Alford. nre hereby summoned persoually,
er by Attorney. to appear. then and there, in
the said Court, to show cause, if any they can.
why the benefit of the Act aforesaid, shouid
not be granterl to the said Peachman Alford,
upon hi. executing the assigument required
by the Act aforeraid.
JOHN F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P.
Dec 20th, 1839 w. & x. $14,68. ac 47
State of South Carolina.
ABbE VILLE DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Wade Speed. surviving partner
of Watkins & Speed, for the Attachment
use of John Watkins, in
Adolphus J. Sale.
John Watkins, Adlnr. of H. M. Attachment
vs. Same. Assumpsit.
T HE Plaintiffs, in the abovo'stated cases,
having filed their declaration in my Of
fice, on the tweity-second day of November,
1838, and the defendant having no wife or at
torney known to he in this State, upon whom
a copy of the said declarations can be served:
thereiore Ordered, that the said defendant do
appear and make his defenne within a year and
a day from the iling of the said declarations. or
final and absolute judgments will be awarded
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c P.
clerk's Office. I
Feb14.1839 w t $10 age3
I'State of South Caiolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Mark S. Anthony
vs Attaclmncut: Debt.
Adolphus J Sale.
vs Attachment: Assampsit.
Adoiphus J. Sale.
Speed & Hester,
surviving partners, Attachment:
Adolphus J. Sale.
rIiThe PInintilTs in the above cases having,
I on the twenty-second of November, 1-38.
filed their declarations in my Office, and the
defendant having no wife or attorney known to
he in this State, upon whom a copy of the dec
laration, with a special order of the Court en
dorsed thereon, can he served: therefore Or
dered that the said Adolphus J. Sale, do appeat
and make his defence. wiitin a year and a day
from the filing of the declarations as aforesaid.
or finarand absolute judgment will be forth
with given and awarded against him.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. P.
Feb14, 1839 1 B &T $10 aqe 3
State of South Carolina.
William Wilson )
Win. Eddins and Wife, for account,
R. M. Tood and Wife, interpleader,
James McCracken and &c.
ITappearing to my satisfaction that Bennja.
min F. Eddin3, and Elizabeth, his wife, two
of the Defenidatnts in this case, reside beyond
the limits of this State : Oh motion, ordered,
that they do appear, and plead, answer or dle
mur. to Bill of Complainant in this Case, with
in Thtree Months from the date of this pntblica
tion, or the said Bill of Complaint will be takenm
pro confesso as to thctm.
BENJ. Y. M ARTIN, C. E. A. D.
Commissioner's Office, 40 ac.
October 30th, 18'19. ~$11 75. v. a wv.
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON P'LEAS.
Allen S. Dozier, Foreign
William Yaaboro'tgh. Attachment.
-11E plaituf having this day filed his de
. cLira:zon m tny otlize, and the dch-fendant
havinig 1no wife or attorney known to be within
the 'tate, upon whom a copy cortki he ser
ved vith a rule to plead. It is ordered that
the :'.fr:-lantt dto ilead to rte said dccla
ration withtin a year aind a day, front this date.
or inal and absolute judgment will be awarded
agint hi. G EO. POPE, C. C. P.
Edgefield C. HI. $7,50 G.&B oqle d1.
Nov- 6th 1:439.
south Carolina Copper,
EET IRON & TIN WARE
FWOULD respectfully mnform the Mer
. chants and Pantecrs of this State, and all
who may please to give me a call, that I have
located at Hamburg, S. C., .with a view to a
teranentt residence; atnd engaged in the
iannufactuire of Co pper, sheet Iron; and Tirn
Ware-whtich I wvill furnish by Wlholesalc or
Retail, of the best quality, at the lotoest rates.
Having expterieenced Northern WVorkmien,
md beimg a practical mechanic myself,I can at
end :Ooo nu, Gutterin , anrd Spouting; and
al other Josoferery desc ipton in my business,
which shall be tcell adne, and on short niotice.
All orders will be thankfully received and
A suiperior assortment of Japanned Ware
tlso, Stamp'd Plates, all uizes, just received.
hfambnrg, March 28. 1839. tf 8
IN TIlE C'O.MMON PLEAS.
James Hlarri-ion Attachment.
vs Hienry Evanis Debt on JIueigment.
'1 H E Plaintiff inl this case. having this day
U. filed his declaration, and the Defentdant
having no wife or Attorney known in this
State, -ipon whont a cop~y of the same can be
sesvedt on motion or Plaittifi's Attorney, Or
dered, That the said Defendant do appearatnd
plead to the said declarationt within a year and
. .ay arom thme publication omf this order, or
tdgement will be rendered against himpro con
jsso. GEO. POPE, c. c. P.
Nov. 5,1839 waw $7 50 age 40
Negro Cloths and Blankets,
3AY be had on accommodating terms of
l1 , C.A. DOWD,
?dgefleld. Sept 14 tf 3S
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
. 0. Tulman AssuMrsIT,
Ephraim Vessels. ATTACHMENT.
T H V Plaintiff having filed his declaration
it. the Clerk's Office ont the sixteenth
day or October last, and it appeati ng- that the
defendant is fron, and without the limits of the
State,and having neither wife norattoritey with
in the said District. on whom n rule to plead
can be served. It is therefire ordered; that the
defendant do plead tothe said declaration with
in a year and a day, from the filing of the dec
laration, or final and absolute judgment will be
entered against him, by deliilt
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. P.
Jan16,1840 w &P$6 aqd 51
State of -outh (aurolinia
Harral, Wright & Co.
T HE Plhintis having this day filed
T1hei r'decla ration in my Office, and
the Defendant having no Wife or Attorney,
known to be within the State, upon whom a
copy could he served ; it is Ordered, that the
said Defendant, who is absent from, and beyond
the limits of this Stae. do plead or make his de
fence, within a year and a day from the publi
cation of this Order, or, in default thereof, final
and absolute judgment shall he awarded against
him. GEO. POPE, c. c. P.
Feb 14, 183. SL LO $7,50 aqe 3
State of South Carolina.
IN TiE C01\MON P1.EAS.
Caleb Mitchell. adm'r. vs
John Johnson; thesame, Attachment.
vs the same.
G. L. Penn & Co. vs John
Johnson;G. L.&E.Pentn &Co. ZAttachment
vs the same, in two other cases
H E Plaintif's having filed their declarations
in my office, and tlse defendant having no
wife or Attorney kiowtn to be within the State,
upon wliom a copy can be served. h is order
ed that the Defendant. plead thereto within a
year and a day from this publication, or the said
action will be taken pro cni'sso against him.
GEORGE POPE, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Edge
field, Oct 26th,139. 1 3 w $10, eaq 46
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Miller, Ripley and Co., Declaration on At
William Yarbrough. tachment in Debt.
T TIE PlantitT, in this case, having this day
filed their Declaration in my office, and the
Defendant having neither 1 ite or Attorney
within this State. v- on whom a copy of, said
Declaration can be erved; ordered that the
Defendant plend thoreto within a year atd a
day from this publi n'ion. or the said ac'ion
will be taken proconlenso against him.
GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
24th Oct., 1839. IT. It. P. 39 aqe
btate of South (arolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
J. & L. Jones, vs Attachment
H. H. Jones.
T HE Plaintiff in this case, having filed his
declarationi iny olice, and the Defen
dant having no wife or Attorney known to be
within the State, upon whom a copy could be
served with a rule to plead. It is ordered that
the Defendant do plead to the said declaration
within a year and a day. from tlis date, or final
and absolute judgnetiwill he awarde& against
him. GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Edge
field, Oct 2, 1639. $7 50 B a w aqe 46
SNOWDEN & SHEAR have received from
Newv York. and are now opening a very
large supply of suiperior Ingrain Thbree Ply
Venetimn and Brussels CARPETS of the la
test style antd richest patternts, all of which have
beent selectetd with great care. Ptersons wishing
to supply themuselves with the article will do
wvell to call immtediaitely, as they can now nmake
a selection from one of the larg'est assortments
ever of'ered in this city, and oftnewv and splen
did patterns. Also, rich Brtussels and Tlunled
Heartht Rugs to match the Carpets, and supteri
or Printed Baizes and Patent Floor Cloths.
Augusta, Ga. Nov 12 tf 42'
, N E W G OODS.
SNOWDEN & SHIEA R are happy to an
inottnce to their friends itn the eity and
coiutry, that they aire nowv opentingr a very Itarge
antd splenidid assortment of stae .atnd fantcy
DRY (.OODS. atuitable for thte Fall and Win
ter season, comiprising a great variety of ne w
atid fashionable articles, which they have select
,d wvith great care from the mnost recent itmpor
'atiotns. W~e wvould respectfully solicit our
lfrterds and the putblic to call and examine the
a-sorttment for thtemselves; and we would es
pecially inm ite the attetitioti oflPlaniters to onrn
meually I:.ge stock of BLANKETS, WELCH
PLAI'NS. NEGRO KERSEYS,& LINSEY8,
and low priced FLANNELS. for Seavants.
Augusta, Ga. Nov 12, 1839 tf 42
FALL ANDB WINVTER
T HIE Subscriber is now receiving from N.
York, a general assortment of Seasona
ble Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, viz:
Black, blue, brown and fantcy colored
Cassitmeres and Satinets. Kentucky Jeans,
Alixt. grayitand plaid Servants Clothis,
3-4 and 6-4 (Dircassiansand Merinaos.assorted
colors and qutalities,
Plain and figured Bomb~azins,
White, green, red, atnd yellow Flannels,
7-8 and 4-4 Apront and l-'uriture Checks,
French, Englhsh, and American Prints,
Plaid German Ginghtams. (a new style,)
Black Gro de Rhitn, Gro de Swim,'atnd
-Diapers. Irish Liner.s, Lawns,
Merino, Thibet. Plaid Silk, Picnic, Chally,
Rohroy. and Prnsian Shawls & lidks.
Spitalfield. Pongec and Flog Silk Pock. do.
Dim. Cambric do.
Verotta, Fnney anid Mndras H dkfs.
Bontnets. Hoods, Gloves. Hosiery,
Oil Cloths, Carptetitng
Baskets, Band.Boxes, KIttves, Scissors. &c.
Also, aquantity of 31-4, 4-4, 5-4 brownt Shirt
ings, Shmeetings, and Drillings, for sale
by the bale or piece, very low.
Cotton Osnaburgs, Dumfil andllWhitney Blan
kets, &c. &c.
The Public arc invited to call and examine
JOHN 0. B. FOR D.
Hnmhnur, Sent. 14, 1939 ff 33
Copper, ants Tin Ware
T l F.subscriber, thaikful fre former patron
tronage, respectfuly informs his friends
and the public, that he has returned to the city.
and resuimed his mechanical operations as usu
al, at the old stand No. 168, opposite the Eagle
and Plenix Hotel, where mny be found a gen
eralassortment or ready maae TIN-WARF.
COPPER, STOVES and SHEET IRON
PIPES, of various sizes and patterns. usnally
kept in this market. together withb a large as.
sortment of Japan, Wooden and Willow ware
-which will be sold low for cash. All orders
attended to at the shortest notice and with des
Feeling desirous of a general settlement. all
to whom I may be indebted will please hand in
their accountis by the 20th January,and all those
indebted to me will please settle by the above
date. BENJAMIN F. CHEW.
Augusta Ga. Nov. 16 1839 43 tf
.ew Dry Goods Store.
W OULD respectfully inform the citizens
of Edgefield District, and the public
generally, that he ha taken the Store lately oc
cupied, by John 0. B. Ford, in Hamburg. S. C.
nnd where he is now opening a general assort
D RY G O O D S,
they have all lately been purchased in N. York,
under the present pressure in the money iar
ket, and they shall be sol - cheap to correspond
wits the times. He has come t the conclusion.
that the nimble sixpence is better than the .dow
shilling, and therefore invites all purchasers of
D1 Y GOODS, who wish to save their seven
pences and theii dollars, to flavior him with acall.
Amona his Assortment may be found
Broad Cloths, of all shades, from $3 to $7
Cassimeres and Sattinets, from 623 cents, to
$2 50 per yard.
A good assortment of French German and
EnIgish Merinoes, at reduced prices, i
Allipacka Cloths, and Figured Lavabolaires,
a beautiful article for Ladies cloaks and
Bombazines and Mouslin de Lanes,
Rich black and colored Silks,
Patin and figured French, English & Ameri
can Prints, frot 124 to 50 cents per yard,
and some 4-4 fine French. at :r7 cis.
Plain, figured, plaid and striped luslins, of
Fren h needle worked and tambored Muslin
Collars, from r-0 cts to $5 each,
Heavy 4-4 bleached and brown Shirtings,
A few pieces (a little daiaged,) Bleached
Sheeting-s. will be sold at great barvairs.
Shawls, Ribbonds, Laces., Gloves, h osiery,
N. B.-C. C. will be constantly receiving
from New York, tnw additions to his Stock.
of the latest inportations.
Hamburg. Dec 5, 1839 tf 45
To Merchants, Physicians, Plan
ters, and the Public in general.
T HE Subscribers are now receiving, in
addition to their rornier Stock. large sup
plies of DRUGS. Src. trc, isakineg their as
sortment the most complete ever before offered
for sale in this market. To which they would
call the attention of the Physicians, Mlerchants,
Planters, and all those who wish to purchase
any thing in their line. Aiong tIe miany arti
eles of which their Stock is composed, are the
0oLS.-Sperm or Lamp Oil, of different
qualities, Linsseed or Painit do., Train or Tan
ner's do., Neat's foot do., Castor do.. Sweet do.
PAINTS, VARNISHES, rc.-WhsiteLead,
of din'erent brandels anid qualities, grounsd in oil,
anad in kegsof 200lb,1001Jb,50ib, anid25lbeacht.
Dry WVhiite Lead, Chrome Green, Chsrome Yel
low, Chrome Red, (a beatutiful article and a
substitute fom Vermillion, atla nmuchs less price,)
Yellow Ochre, Stone Ochre, Red Lead, Lithi
arge, Lamupblack, Verdigris, dry anud ground in
oil,nalso Blue, Greens, Ytellow, Black, and Paints
of all colors, re-idy mixed for use, Spirits Tur
pentine, Copal Vuarnishi, 1st iad 2nd qumalities,
Japan Vyarnmsh, Black or Leather do.
BRUSHES--Pint Drushes, of tall sizes,
Cloth do. (something snew anid superior,) Hair
do. do., Tooth. Fusrnitusre, Flesh. Nail, W hite
W ash, Blacl'insg, Horse, (somet ling fine,) Tan
ners, Counter or Dtisting, Crumnb, 1Hearth,
Shaving, (a very Site article,) Comb, Sweep
ing, Scrubbing, and Paintiers LDssting Brushies.
together with a variety of other B~rushes used
by Painters and others, not herein me'ntioned.
'DYE STUFFS-Amontg which are Spianish
Float Indilro, Carolinsa do.. Mladder, Cospperas,
Logwosod, Brazil-wood, Nicewood, Cainwood,
MEDICINES.-Anmong the many of which
are the fbllowing. viz: Sulphate Qinie, Sul
phate Mlorphinie, Acetate Morphine, Piperine,
Sirychnine, Iodine, Elateriums, Hlydriodate Pot
ash, Kreosote, &c. &c.
PATENT MEDiCINES--Among which
are the following, viz: H'suck's Pansacea, In
dianm do., Swaim's do., Smtith's Aniti Mercurial
Syrup, or Swaimn's cfonquerosr, the Ilygean
Syrup, Spohn's core for sick Hiend Ache,
Green's Tonic Mixture, (a cure for Fever and
igne.) Also Peter's P'ills, Beckwiths's do..
Spassn's do., Cook's do., Lee's do. Evan's do..
&c. together with a general assortment of the
most jiopulair nostrums of thme day.'
A full assortment of Perfumery and Soaps,
of the finest qualities.
A n assortment of G :ass Ware for Physicianis'
amnd Confectioner's use;t such as Specie Jars,
and Tincture Bottles of dif'erent sizes, Gradu
ated Moasutres and Funsiehs.
Window Glass of various sizes, from 6 by 8.
to 20 by :30, all of which they will sell on favora
ble terms..H. RI. COOK & Co.
Hamnburg, Oct 3,1839 tf 30
French Baskets, Bounets, &c.
B Y the latest arrivals. and i Il be open in
a day or two. :s se w lot nt
Flanndls, Bones, and Laced Goods.
I Case. cotitaining in atlI 900 to 1000 French:
Baskets, comprising every variety acnd size.
Just receired and now optenmga by
Hamburg, Nov 19 1839 tf 4:3
DIBI.E N OT ICE.
Sppyof Bib/es anae Testaments has just
. een received by the Ssuhscruber, whsich,
may be had by applying at the Score of G. L.
& E. Penn & Co.
GEORGE L. PENN,
Treasurcr E. ..B. Soci'ty.
Dec 2, 1939 t.14
E lics' cnapetmat Eztiet of
A SUBSTIT TE FOR CALOMEL.
F RWo.; the well known andi established re#i
u'n tation of Colonmel, it has been loug employ
ed b) the empt: ic. and scientific physician as
one of the must powverful agents for the rima.
vial ubdise'ase. By the former, almost every
land has bcen, deluged with ostrutm, that their
atthors claimed as specifies in every disease in.
cidentto ahe humana lihmily, The tolly of these
pretensionts needs no cemment, for accurate
chemical investigation has hown, that the base
of most of the Panaceas, Caislolicons, &c.,
which have been trunpewd before the comun .
nity, witlh so muci assurance. is Calome, or
merceiry in some form. Now, if this potent
article, even in the hands of the most skilful
liliyician, frequently exerts an influenc on the
humai system, unforeseca, nod entirely beyon
he control of art; underniining the constitution
and bringing on prenutture old age, diseas.e and
death, what result should be expected when
prescribed by the ignorant? Could their many
thousand vi(Lims speak, a voice from the tomb.
would soon dispelt -espc'cdelui'on that no*
sways the mind, of the living.
hi umane physicians deplore the sad evils -rM
suting from the mercurial practicir, inidu Will
gladly hail tie introduction ofanatticle that am
safely be substitututed for Calmel. - Tlhey..fNZ
and that keenly, the great uncertanty nfits D"
ary operation; they cannot say whether it.
be favourable or unfavorable. Thiy also k
and feel, that if its use is continued forn ycon.
siderable time, injurious secondary "onseque.
ces must certainly follow. But they niustedoie
the least of two'evils; they knowno other aris
cle that will arouse a torpid lier, remove oh.
struction, and set in free action the -whole
glandular system. and it being indispensably
necessary to do this, they contmnue its use,.ot.
withstatding the evil consequence, whiih
They have long desired and sought an arti.
cle that would produce the good effects of iis
drug, without subjecting the patient to its dee.
terious results. Such a desideratum, it isj&.
liered, has at length been obtained, in the article
now presented to the public.
The proprietorsof this article keepingin view
the fact. that a Wise and benerolent &w has
place'd within the reach olall, remedies apted
to the diseases incident to the climate they' id
habit; and knowing likewise, that most of thk
diseases of the UNITED STATES are based upoc
organie or functual derangement of the liver;
directed their attention to those articles which
act more especially on the biliary organs.
A1ferioug, laborious, and expensive research,
they have succeeded in extracting a substance
from the TOMATO.which, frou its peculiarif
feet upon the hepatic orbiliary orpas,tbeyhave
denominated Hepatine. Itisa medicine that will
produce all the beiteficial results of Calomel, in
both acute and chronic diseases, witlon the
possibility of producing the deleterious cose.
quences common to that article. Its action up.
on the constitution is universal, no part of the
system escaping its influence. It is. however,
upon the organs of secretion and excritton,
Jlat its great power imnarticularly manifested,
hence it is peculiarly adapted to the treatment
of bilious fevers and other diseases in which a
torpidity or congestion of the liver and portal
It is admissible in il cases where it is neces
sary to cleanse the stomach and bowels. It
removes obstruction, an! excites a quick 'and
healthy action of the liver and other glandular
vveeri of the abdomen. Being diffuhible in
in its operation, it produces a free circulation
in the vessels on the surface of the body, ac
companied by a gentle perspiration, It does
not exhaust like drastic purges; still, its action
is tmore universal, and may ofNen be repeated,
not merely with satety but with great benefit.
This becomes indispensably necessary in cases
of long standing; for in then intense tempora
ry impressions made by strong medicines, sel.
dom. if ever, do good; but tend to injure the
stamina of the conslitution.
It is cleansing and purifvin- to the system,
acts in perfect harmony wi'th t&ae known laws
of life,:nd isundoubtedlyone ofte mostvalna
ble artic!es evcr offered for public trial and in
For convenience, this medicine is formed into
3 grain pills. The white pills are cadhartic, al
eratire diaphoretic, aid diuretic. The yellow,
ilis are ionic. stimulant, and diaphantic.
As a family medicine, one which may be re
sorted to with siafety, and re'aed ont with cer
tainty, in the first "uages ofdiscase in almost anyv
form, it exceeds all former discoveries in tmedi
cine, either from the vegetable or mineral king
They are put tup in packages of 135 grains,
or 45 Pills, at 50 cents, or l100 pills at $1.
Tho above Medicinec just received and for
sale at the Edgefield &ledicine Store.
Jluy 11, 1839 tf 23
NEW DRY GOODS,
Fans Nuw YORK AND HaarrORD, Coits.
TN HIE Suabscribers arc now receiving frot
U.New York and Hartford, Conn., and will
continue to receive therefrom, and keep on
hand at all times, a complete assortment of
"Fanty and Stapie,
.WELR* DRY 600O13, A?.
wvhich will be disposed of oa reasonable terms,
Broadchoths of various qualities,
Cassameres, Sattinets. do do
Kentucky and Cotton Jeans, do
Glenroe' Jeans, and Linseys, do
Mlerios, and Circssians. do
French. English And American Fnrni
Bombarines, various qualities.
Flannels, do do and colors,
Black, colored and plaid Silks,
Sewing Silks, all colors and qualities,
Patent Flax Thread, do do
Spool Cotton Thread, do do
Swiss, book. striped and plaid Muslins,.
A pron Checks, various qualities,
"Shawls, a good assorement,,
Hosiery, Gloves, Combs, do do'.
Handkerchiefs a good assortmept,
Stocks. Linena Bosoms and Colats,
Brown dressed shirts and Drawers,
White, black, and colored Cambries,
Linen. Diapers, and brown Tab le Clothi.
Fringe and Dimtity Furniture,
Plaid and striped Domestics,
Hartford, Amnosking,& Trenton Tikings
Bleached and browna Shirtings,
Do " Sheetings, -
Eibands, of every description.
-Brass and Whalebone Bsk,
Corsets, corded skirts,
Silk and Cotton Velvets,
Satin Vestings, &o-.
Band-boxes, Bonnets, Heeds,
Hats and Caps. Shoes and Boots,
CROCKE RY W A RES,
And a great many artieles too tedious to
We respectfully invite our customers, and
the pubulic generally. to give us a call. We can
and teilL gave them great bargains. We also
return them our sincere thanks, for the liberal
patronage beustowed on us, up to the present
time-honpin~r foar a further r'oetinance of the
same. MITCH ELL & RANSOM.
Hamburg.,Sept 26,18$39 .f f35
BOOR & 303 PBRINTING
OF Eerydescriptioni executed, with.
nanss and despatch, at the O0ico
nfEDOF.FwI7n A DVRzifSv:,