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I TAKE this method of requesting all per
n= indebted to me on notes and open so
counts for the year 1840, and previous. to make
payment as early as possible. I owe money
that is now loe, and consequently must collect.
I &an not able to extend a longer indulgeice
than I have done. I earnestly request those of
my customers having open accounts, to coma
=rward and hquidate them. Those that have
been indulged for one and two years and lon
will have to pay cst if they prefer it, ra
teau paying the prinale and interest.
E. s. PRESLEY.
Aug.s tf 3
3rigde head Quarters,
' ~Eno'sutrLD, C. If. August 1841.
. .SI lKINS. and THOMAS .
WV GANTT. Esqrs.. having been appoint
ed Aids.de-Camp to the Brig. GenI. Ist Brigade
of Cavalry, with the rank of Captain, will be
respected and obeyed accordingly.
By order of Brig. GenI. Bonham.
J. L. PEARSON.
August 26 c 30
EVOsiKaLO C. H. August J5, 1841.
HE Raiments composung the Second
Brigade, wl parad. for review and drill
at the timsand pIsees herein stated, viz:
The 9th Regiment at Morrow's Old FielJ,on
Tuesday the 14th of Sepe mber.
The 6th Regiment at Lomax's, on Thursday
the 16th o September.
The 9th Regiment at Lowe's, on Tuesday
the 21st of September.
The 7th Regiment at the Old Wells, on
Thrsda the 23rd September.
The 1 Regiment at Richardson's, on Sa.
turday the 25th of September.
The Commandants of Regiments will, on the
day of parade. make their annual returns to the
Commissioned and non-commissioned offi
cars. will assemble at their respective Regimen
tal Muster Grounds, for drill and instruction.
on the day previous to the review.
The odeers will wear crape on their left
arms, on the day of review. in memory of Dri
gade Major B. IF. Nicholsou. deceased.
1 By order of Brix. GenI. Wimbish,.
August 19 d 29
let BatotIA, CAVALRY. 20th JuIy. 1e4l.
IN obedience to the Executive Order of the
4th t., the 2nd Regiment of Carnlry will
assemble at Longmires. on Saturday the lPth
of September. uniformed and equipped ror re
view, drill, and inspection. The comnission.
ed and non-commissioned officers, will assem.
ble at the same place, ons the iday previous, for
dif and instruction.
Returns of the effective strength, anns. and
equipments of the Regiment. will be furnished
bBrigade Major on the day of review.
Brigade and Regimental Staff, are ordered to
be in attendance.
By order of Brig. Gen. Bonham,
W. A. WA R DLA W. Brig. Maj.
Ist Brig. Car. S. C. f.
AugustS g 27
ORDERS No. 7.
RxotxKarrTL liA QUARTaRs.
Edgefield C. H.,Aug. 2J. 1841.
IN pursuance of Orders frot Brigade Heaid
Quarters the seventh Regiment. S. C. %Ii
Sltia, will parade for drill and review. at the
Old Wells, on Thursday. the 23rd Septr. next.
'Ehe nfem oned Otfieers.
- A gustI. ~9
ORDERS No. 8.
RgO~rExALxat. va QUAaRT.
Edgefieki C. H.. Autg. 241. 18.41.
T HE Lower Battalion ofthle seventh Regi
ment S. C. Militia, will parade at the
Cherokee Ponds, on thte I Ithi Se ptember next,
for drill and review. The oflicers and t,ont
commissioned officers. will assemble the day
previous for drill and instrusction.
By order of Col. WViglfall.
S. F. GO D E, Adjutaunt.
August 19 c 29
The Georgia Constitution
IS published in the City of Augusta.hby P. C.
(s~UIEU'. at three dollars pera:unu, for the
Sweekly, and six dollars for the thrice a week
political principlies of'the pa per are well
known and establishedt the editor will, as he
has hitherto done, strictly adhuere to them. As
he Irmly believes those princilies toube correct
and perfectly soutnd. and twtimnately connected
with the prosperity of the Union. the peace and
happiness of the people. and, above all, with
the purity and integrity of the public instituttions
of the country, ho wi, in the maneagemewnt of
this pres, have constantly itn view. thte maim
hsasace ad disemiasen of the principles he
r andth adsaameat of men. id wili,
adfearlessly, hsupport the same
A crisis has arrived in the political and finan-.
eialatfaira of the country. which requires forti
tude to meet it, a deteriuned spirit to resist its
deviation from the reputblican patht and from the
true interest of the people, and energy to give a
complete triumph to the D~emocratic Repunbli
san Party. Being nothing more thn one of
the organs of that party. he sthl. with all the
Gruness Ito possesses~echo it, princriples.. min-s
' tin its policy, defend its measutres. atnd utp port
its candidates for the offices of the" counttry.
His friends are respectfttlly requested to pro.
cure subscribers to the paper, and to forward
their names as soon as they cnnvenuiently can.
!7 Subecriptioos received at thisotlee.
Augusta, August, 1841. if 31
Gieueral Drug Store,
Centreasreet, Hamburg, S. C. opposite the
OLD AMERICAN HIOTEL,
MURRAY & BILL,
K EEP constantly ont hand, at the above
House, a general assortment of
paUGS, MED)ICI1NIES. IN STRUJMENTS,
PERFUMERY. PAINTS, OILS, DYE.
STUFFS, HATTER'S AMATE.
All of which they offer at the lowest prices.
and on termns to mst purchasers.
All orders executedteiA wentaes and despatch.
-A supply of warranted fresh Garden Seeds
always on hand, suited to the seasont.
lamburg, August 2. tf 27
.Notie is hereby given
T3 0 ALL CONCERNED, that I will not
?pay over any money, by me collected,
as Sherif' to ay order, nor will I pay over
janseyon sale daysas that day is set a part to
eolleet money. and not for paytnj.
A~latiteus addressed to theS hciofEdgetield,
post paid, willbe strictly attended to, otherwise
they will not. S. CH RISTIE, '. a. v.
August..e1 1 184.1
gpLANTE R'S HMOTEL.
(FORME RLY KNO!VN AS GLOVER'S.)
IN EDGEFIELD VILLAGE.
T E SUBSCRIBER having putchased
T theaboveestablislmnt, nd been Lst much
expense is fitting it up for the accommodation
of Families, ansd transient Boarders; would
now call public attention to it.
His Hotel i new, and spacious, situato near
the Court Hstse. is a very-airy iuttiauion. and
his Table he Batters himself, will bear a compar
ison. with any oes found in an intaid towis For
health, the villiage is notrions; anud lie has
made such arrangements as he feels confident
will give satisfaction to Families that may ay
him a visit during the Summer season. T1he
village is surrounded by unmerotus Springs of
H is Ssablsare tinder the superintendanceo of
a careful Hostler. and at e large and airy.
TRNS AS AS roLLows:
Regular Ioarders, per month, $15 00
Children and servants half price,
Day Boarders. 1 50
Horse per mopnth, 12 r0
" per day, 75
C. II GOODMAN.
37 The Augusta Chronicle, and Charleston
Courier, will please give the above six inset
tion.', twice a week, and forward their accounts
to C. 11. G.
June 25. tf l
JOHN 0. B. FORD,
H AS Just received from New York, a ull
stock of fashionable
Spring and Summer Goods,
Containing, beside hits ustal supply of Stnple,
Domestic Goods, a handsome atsartment of
fine Lawns, 31uslins.aid Lace Good.; Super
London Light Prints. faslhions or 1641; Prin.
led Swise Muslins. and Priuted Lawn.,s: Das.
ask Satin, Embroidered Lace, and Filet Sliawi.;
snd of all kinds of F ancy Goods, his assortmsest
is more ltuh ever varied, and complete. ro
those acquainted with his estiumate or *,, as
wrtnent." he deeii this nifliiient without :is
ansmeratiois of articles-freshs sttpplys being
received by almost every arrival.
Couitry Merchants supplied at unnsnally
Ilasburg, April -, 13-1. f ii
PULIC NOTICE is htrebv giveni, that
San application. by petition, will be tmade
o the Legislature of tins State, at its oessiont in
December next. for an Act declirisig Shas
"reek, fromt a point called Gullidges ford. dinwi
o its cutinmenee in South 'mElisto, a public high.
vay, for the boating aid r1fmn1g of Timbr and
Lumber-and fur the appointi. of Ctmmi+
lioners to open, and keep open, the said creek,
md the insption of Alopes throngh 31ill Dam,
ind other obstructions nit said Creck, with a
7iew to its beiig a channel or thorot ltth3ro to
rans ort Lumber from its horders to tle sea.
Mar. JAMES PI'lVis.
July 6 if 21
IlIE Subscriber oflfers fair sale his valun.
Eble phatisatiou. situated ott the wateis,
l'urkv Creek, and on the Martin
30) illes fron latburg,
narket as any in the
undred acres, wiut
ouse, and other
led ina healthy
Waet'd t4asuingeoCr C
Gvii babig4 sil
iould dvae .he no that
will do well.
ma he is disposed t
Valnable Lauad b
TE lIE Sub,.cviber otters fant salehsi vnlunhie
plansttain whsere~onss how setsides. ittu
Red in Esgethelsl dititt,? . Io
Meeting Street. cs -
thirty-thtree ac re- ;. I sin ..
is under good fecs un-lst in ass ing si:,a ,s .. :
ivation. Ons thes presses atre a goods~ dtt elbns
house, kitchetn, barns, s~tbls, a~nd all rnecessa ryI
out buildlings. Also at. excellent llorse M1ill,
epabe of grintding 311 bushels pesr dasy. Atny
persont de-irontes~ olpurchno.it:g, are reelstedot to
eall and examine fur thsenuselves. Tersos suade
Also, to sell, rent, or Isea'., onse hioe atnd
Lo.t, in. the village .f Eidgelield, adjoinsing M1r.
Mat. 3limus, constasining 4j acres.
Ilos. Bi. JIARVEY.
Jusly 8. tf 231
A L L P5ERSONS are forewarned fromt trad.
igfor a Nsste gives.b mev itto M. es.rs.
McCann, Jontes & Co , in, M-asrch 1840. ntnd
payable ott the 1st ofiJanusary, l;a II ; givesn for
isine htundred and twenty-tie d..1ars, as I atm
leteruined tnot to pay said note?. ule.ss compeil-t
ted y) law, as' die conssideratiotn lfor which said
note was givent, have failedh.
Ansgust5 d til
ANEW and pouttilaur work, by Dicken~s.
..This excellenit stuory, whtich hsasjnussly beesn
prouosned. "Boz-s bess,"~ atnd a hich li~ts e seit
ad uch ass instenie miserest in thse tind,.s of the
reaing pubhlic, is nowv its conise of puiblbcatiotn
mn the cosver of the Ates.ta M1irror. The next
issue will comipri.'e chapter. XXXI. XXXII,
XXXIII. XXXIV. antd XXXV. New sub.
serihers tenn hs. stpppliedl with te bauck mantthers,
and at the expirastison of the voktse, will Ihe itn
possessions of d~e entire work ini a forts suitable
Terms of the Mirror $3 per assnumt in ad.
van au g. 24 a 30O
10 DOLLARS REWARD.
R A NAW AY from ste subscriber, six nmile
west of Augusa, on the 25th of Juily, a
NEGRO MA N, named William or Bill, asonit
5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, Mlini built, abut 25 or
30 years of age, a stmart actiice and likely fel.
low, a good houtse servatt; dark coplex ion
and rather a grave countetnance, anda well dress
ed. lIe was seesn absout Mr. Ardis' planitationt.
on Beach Islanid, the week hc heft, Ile msay
have mades hi. way tos Savannah, as ito wo
masn lie claimas for his wife is living there and
is a free persons of color, and he matty attempt
to get up in the Calhoun settlreent, as Ihe for
merly beltiged to one ufthem. lThe above re
ward will, with all reasonsble expesess be
pad to any oneo that may lodge said negro its
jail in the State so I may get him.
Augusta, Autg. 17, 1841. 6 3l1
I:JTThe Savannah Georgian. and Edgeleld
Advertiser, will publish the above twice, and
send their accounts to A. Rend for payment.
BOOR & 303 PRINTING
OF E'very description etecuted with
'Pneatness and despatch, at thc Office
CLAarSDON. July 10, 1841.
A S the Governor of the State will be abset
from Clarendon 'ntil October, on a to
f Review of' the Militia through the Uppe
Iistricts, all communications of srnportane
shouald be addressed to him accordingly. wit
relerence to the General Orders of the Adjutar
and luspector General.
B. T. W ATTS,
July 29 k 1.6
CL1RVSDsON. 4th June, 1MI.
ORDERS No. -
T H E followiog Regiments will parade f
review and drill, at the qines and place
The 8th Regiment at Morrow's Old Field, al
Tuesday the 14th of September.
The 8th Reginetnt at Lomax's. on Thur,
day, the 16th of Septemtaier.
rho 2d Reginient of Cuvairy at Longmire'A
on Saturday the 18th of September.
The 9th Regituent at Lowu's, on Tuesday
the 21st of September.
The 7th Regiment at the Old Wells, oi
Thursday, the 2.'tk of September.
The 10th Regiment at Richardson's on Sa
turday. the 25th of September.
The 3-ith Regiment at Killer's Old Field, ai
Tuesday. the 2Pth, of September.
The 39th Regitent at the usual paradi
groind, on Thursday. the30th of September.
The coimmissioued andti non-cnnmissioneo
officers will asseinble at their respective Regi
mental Muster grounds, fror drill and instruc
tion mi the tiny previns to their review.
The .iajor GenernAls and Brigadier Gen
erals will, wilh their .tif, attend the reviews it
their respective coimind-4
The Brig-adier Gtenerals are specially charg
ed with the extenio n of so niuch of this orde
as relates to their own Brigades.
The Conmrand-tin, of Reginients will maki
tlawir .inniil remtrus to their Brigamdier Genern
at such iimesas they may direct. to enable thn
to iake their rettirnis to the Adjutaut Genera
by the tiileenttlh 'of October next.
By order or the Comaner-in-Chief,
J. W. CANTEY,
Adj't. & Inspt'r. Gen.
June 21 p 21
Stoves and Stills.
q! a e ready adoto deo
onir, bommg troti
F~fly~tp 00a 'Undred Gallons; and continue
leniv Stone.nn'M efend'ts.3
I'np ppearinmg tomy stisfaction, that Thomn
L.iighmfs',t. WVilli:nn, Elt:nmond and wil
Nancoy. Al~ex'~andler ihtambt ell and wvife Rebcca
llhenry Jones ando withi Silly. - Johansoi
iami wife Sally. Ahnet.r Stone.. Lawrence Rini
how anad wifeJiucey. an Ltevi Jurdan and wil
Sailv. Defendman~t< in thi4 cae, reside beyona
the ltmit.; tf thmi.: State. It is therefore ordered
that thiey do appeitar andI ohjer t to the divisioa
"r sae~ "of the real estate of~ Philip Ligh~tiot
dec'd., on ot liefoire the fourth day of Octohe
nxt. or thesir consent to the satme will be enter
edon record, this 7th dlay of July, 1841.
OLIVER T1OWLES, o. g. n.
Jmuly 15 mi 24
Staite Of South Carolina.
IX IlE~f COURT OF ORDINA.4 i
W hlElt EAS Pemnchinanm Altford, to who,
niniti~tratiomn ol the personal estate
Sniuel Stillenaire. dec'd, wvas grated, lie re
moved fromti this State. withioat hiavin'g accnn
etd for hit 'aid audmiinistration: ordered. that th;
said Penachatn Alfortd.and lain securities Ennel
Nesont anda~ Williamu IF. Nelson, appenr befor
me, in the. Curt of Ondinary, on the third da;
of Sep1tenaber next, to render an neccount for his
the sjtid Petachmian Alftord'm said adatinistratioti
MOSES TAGGART, 0. K. n.
Atagust 10,. 1841. c 29
~State (of South Carolina.
RABN WELL DISTRICT.
James D. King., Billfor acea. Jr i.
vi'. jsaio. Fik1
Benij. R. Jenkinms,& others. 25th .Jan. 184:
O N readmg the affidavit filed in this case
is ordered, that the defendants Benjatni
RL Jetnkinas, and the legal repre.sentative oflPat
Fiizsinimons, who reside without the limits
this State do answer, pleadl or demur, to th
above stated lill within three months, or jndg<
ment will be taken against thenm pro confeso.
A. P. A LDR ICII,. C& a. K. 5. D.
Commsionrs Offce, Baratrel
District, Augtust I6, 1841.
August 19 ac 29
Positive and Final Notie
I8 1 hER EBY GIVEi\ to all indebted to t
subscriber, that their necou'nts and note
dime 1st Januiary, 1841. itnd anterior iotimttdat
must be paid, or satisfaction giveii of the fort
coming thereot-or what~ imy cent of courn
C. A. DOWD.
N. B. I will still my remaining stock of Di
Goods, or any part of t, at cost for Cash.
Auguest 5 . er *27
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Josiah King vs. Foreign Auachmnat,
Bemy Proctor, Decaration s Assumpsit.
T HF. Plaintiff having this day filedhis declar
ation in my office, and the Defendant har
ing no wife or attorney known to be within the
State, on whom a copy of the same, with a rule
to plead, could be served. It is ordered that
the Defendant plead to the said declaration
within a year and a day, or final and absolute
judgement eviil be given against hitm.
t GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
ir Clerk's Ofce,
r May 13, 141. c. ago iti
; tate of South Carolina.
i ABBEVILLE DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
John Moote vs. Declaration is Attach.
.lathew Houston. ment.
W H EREAS the Plaintiff in the above stat.
ed case, has this day filed his Declara
tion ngainst the Defendant, who is absent from,
and without the limits of thisState, (as it issaid,)
having neither wife nor attorney, known with
r in the same, on whoma a copy of the Declara.
t lion with a rule to plead thereto might be serv
r ed: Ordered, that the Defendant plead to the
said Declaration, within a year and a day frin
the date thereof, otherwise final and absolute
judgment will be i'tvarded agiist him.
JNO. F. LIVINGS fON, C. C P.
Clerk's oj$e, ? -
!ay 15,I641. S a.&T. aqe 17
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Greet, B. Crawford. Declaration in At
vs. Wade Shittlesworth. tachmeut.
W H ER EAS the Plaintiff in the above stat
ed case. has this day filed his Declara
tion against'the Defendant, who is absent fromi,
arid without the limits of this State, (as it is
said.) having neither wife nor attorney, known
within the same, on whom a copy of the Declar
ation, witho a rule to plead thereto might be crv
ed: Ordered, that the Defendant plead to tim
said Declaration, within a year and a day. fron,
the date thereof, otherwise final and absoluto
judgment will be awarded apinst him
r JNO..F. LIVINGSrON, C. C. P
Clerk's Office, t
May 15, I84. S a.& T. aqe 17
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Samuel It. Fuller, vs. Deda ration in At
Jones & McGinty. tachment.
W H ER EAS the said Plaintiffin the above
W stated case, has this day filed his Declar
ation against the said Defendant. who is absent
front, and without the limits of the State, (as it
is -aid,) having neither wife nor attorney,knownt
within the same, on whom a copy of'the De
* tion. with a rule to plead thereto nightt b,
Ordered, that the said Defendant plead
msaid Declaration, within a year and a
date thereof, otherwise final and
nt will be awarded aaiinst him
. LIVINGSrON, U. C. P.
X. & T. age 17
MMON PLEA S.
Dedaratio in Aittach
laintiff in the above stat
day fded his declara
mid Dee1r" a a
J j at wil be him.
0 E AS.
gnee, Dcdaration in
laintia'7in the above stated
y filed his D~eclaraiion a
who is abs.ent fromn,antd'with
State, (as it is said,) hsavinig
eattorney, known winhin the
copy of the Declaration, willh
thereto nmight be served: Or.
Defendant plead to the caid De
-na year and a day from the date
ise final atid absolute juidgmtent
awarded against him.
NO. F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P.
- May 15. 1841. a. & T. age 17
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Edward Thomas, endorsee, Dedlaration
Ed ward Collier,8r.,endoruer. in Attachment.
7 1 E Plaintiff havin~ this dy filed his de
3.claration in mny ofce,and h eedn
having rio wife or attorney known to be with
r in the State upon whom a copy with a ride to
-plead, could be served. On motion, ordered
that the Defendant do plead to the said declar
ation wvithin a year said a day or final and abso
-lute judgment shall be awarded against himt.
GEORGE POPE, c. c. r.
Mlay 1$. 1841. -r. aqe 17
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON FLEAS.
G he Ta Foreign Attach ment.
The Plaintiffs havitng this day filed his De
claration in my office, and the Defendant
hiaving no wiife or attorney known to be within
the State, on whom a copy of thte same. with a
rule to plead, could be served. It is ordered
that the defendant plead to the said declartion
within a year and a day, or final and absoltute
judgment will be givena agiainst hint.
G EO. POPE, c. c. r.
Clerks Ojfice. ~ _
May20, .841. J w. W._ age 16_
Blrought to the Ja1I
n fF this District, anegro boy, by the namte of
SBIL L, about 5 feet, 34 inches high, very
,f dark compitlexion, and between :15and 40 years
e of eg a, stout btuilt, and has a scar on his Iell
e. Icheek, and one just over his left nipple. He
Isays that lie blongs to Mr. J. Beck, of Elbert
Th~e owner is requested to come forward,
prove piroperty,payc cargs and take him away.
C. H. GOODMAN, s. a. ii
- Augtust 5. 1841 tf 27
e' Brought to the Jail
ast F this District, a Nspo man, named AN
eDREW, about 2 ears of age, bald
h. headed, 5 feet 74 inches hih, says he belongs
e. to Mr. Huff, living on Rdyriver, Greenville
ry The owner is regnested to come forwvard,
prove property, pa charges & take him away.
O..GODMAN, sr. a. n.
atigutat 19 at' 29
Vegetable L'e Medicines.
T H ESE Sledicines are indebted for their
name to their ianifest and sensible ac
tion in purifying the springs and channels of
Ife, and enduiu thei with renewed tone and
vigor. In many hundred certified cases which
have been made public, and in almost every
species of disease to which the humiian frame is
liable, the happy efects of' Mofars Life Pills
and Phenix Biurrs, have been gratefully and
publicly acknowledged by the peisons benefit
ted, and who were previously unacquamit d
with the beautifully philosophical principles
upoin which they are compounded, and upon
which thacy consequently act.
The Life Medicines recommend themselves
in diseases of every fori and dccription.
Their first operation is to loosen rromt the coats
of the stotmach and bowels, the varioas impuri.
ties and crudities constantly setltig around
ieu; and to remove the hardened fwaces which
collect in the convolutions of the smallest intes.
tineS. Other medicines only partially cleanse
these, and leave such collected masses behind
as to produce habitual costiveness, with all its
train of evils. or sudden diarama, with its ims
minent dangers. This fact is well known to
all regular anatonists. wvhu examine the hi
man bowels afler death; and hence t'se preju.
dice of thosa well infermed men agaimst qluark
medicines-or tmedicines prepaiei and hesald
ed to the public by i;norant persons. The se
cond effect of the Life Medicines is to cleanse
the kidneys and the bladder, and by this tme-ais.
the livet and the lungs. the heathful actin of
which entirely depends upon the regulnrity of
the trinary organ-s. The blocid, whsich takes
its color from tne agency of the liver and the
luio;s before it pa-ses into the heart, being thiu.s
purified Ivy them, and nourishrd by food com
ing from aclean stomac.tmses treely through
the veins, renews every part of the systen. and
triumuphantly mouniits the banner o health in
the bloomig cheek.
Mufrs Life Meeiciaes have been thorou: lily
tested, and pronounced a stivervig i remedv for
Dyspepsm, Flatulency. lalpiiatinu of' the
lenti, los of A ppetite. lieart-hurn ad Ilead.
ache, testleasness, ll-teiper, Aniety. Lan
guor and Melancholy. Costiveness. Diarthwa.
Cholera. Fevers ot all kinds. Rhenmat im
Gouit, Dropsies of all kinre. Gravel. Worms.
Asthma and Consumnption. Scursy. Ulcers. In
veterate Sores, Scorbatic Eruptions and Badl
Complexions, Eruptive ctoi laints. Sallow,
Cloudy, and other disa;reeab he Coiplexions.
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas. Common Co.lds atnd
Inflnenzaand various other complaint, whicih
atilict the hunan frame. In Frvrin ail A'ts:.
particularly, the Life Medicines have beei
miiust eminently successful , so much so that in
the Fever and Agne districts, Physicians al.
most universally prescribe them.
All that M1r. S3otfiat requires of his patients is
to be particular in taking the Life Medicines
strictly according to the direction. It is unlot
by a newspaper notice, or by any thing that he
himsell may ay in their favor. that lie hopes
to gain credit. It is alone by the results of a
fair trial. These valuable Medicines are for
sale by C. A. DOWD.
February 25, 111. tf 41
IM 0 F F A T 's
L IFE PILLS. &IIGNIX BITTERS.
J. The perfectly safe. nueriing, and nicecss
ful treatument of almnost every species ofdisease
by the useof)3OFFAT'S LFE 31 EDICIN E8,
is no lotger a matter of doubt, as a refereiee to
the experience of imany thousand patients will
satisfactoril prove. During thie present motath
alone, nearly one hundred cases have com'e to
the knowledge f3ar. Suoryat, where the parient
has, to all appearance, effected a permanent
cnre by the exclisive and judicitis use of the
Life Mfedicin-soo eight or ten of' these
had been considered beyond all hope by their
medical autendants. Such happy iesults are a
source ofgra pleasure to 51r. bf. and inir
him with new confidece to roconame the
no ninanne!'usine e is (Jpfdsigitingg .
The L"E AEDICIN INar a .1 VE
GETABLE pritrmation The rr;wi and
pleasant iW Ahi operation, anaat the same
tIme thorough-acting rapidly upon the secre
tionis of the systetm-cerrviing oni all acrioni
mns humors,'anda assimiil'sting wvith and purify-'
ing the blood. For this reason, in ag::ravated
cases of Dyspepsia, the Life .1Iedicies will
give relief im a shorter space of time bhan aiiy
other ptrescription. it Fever-and-Agnae, In-.
flammtatory Rthenmuatism,. Feveis aofevery de
c'ription, :sick I leadachie, hlearthutrn, Dizti~es
in: the fIcatd, P'ains in the Chest, Fhlatuhenev,
imipaired appetite, and in every di.-ase arisirng
friom an imnpusity of the blotod, aor a disorderedl
state of'the stomach, the use of these M!edicines
has ilways proved to lie beyond daanhtt greatly
superior to any othe r mode of treat mnt.
All that Mir. Muofat asks ot his patients is toi
be partienihr in takin:: hiem strictly according
to the directions. It is noat by a newspiaer no
lice, or by any thing thait he' himnselt way say' in
their favior, that he hiees to gain credlit. It i'
alasne lhv the re-mlbs ai faiir trial. Is the reader
an invalid. anda does hae n ishm to knoaw w hethaer
the Life Sledicines will suit his own. c'a-e Iti
rso, let him call oar sendl to SIr. Slofati's ate-nt itn
this pla:ce, andia procure a copyv of' the SI edical
3lannal, detsignted as ;t.aaoestic (Uide toa:l
I Iealth, pubtlished gratuitiuisly. ile will 'here
find einmeratedl very manny extrtaoradinry cases
ofcnret; andai perhapu jom eai:axact-ly simailar ao
his owna. 3Mutfat's .'ledical Oiee in'Ne w York,
37"> Broad way.
For sale by
C. A. DOWD).
March 18. it 7
State of South Carolinla.
IN TIlE CO.MMON PLEAS.
Rt. C. Baldwin & Co. vs .Aruacmrat
Grady & Sic~~ elds. Assumtpsil.
T H1 E Plaintiti havinug this day tiled his dle
3.clarationi in: the aibove stated case, and
the Defendant huaving no iih or artorney
kitown. to be within this State. uipona whtamt a1
copy of the said declarationa wvith a rutletat plead
can be served. It is ortdered that the said lDe
fendant doappearand lhead to the said decelara
tion, within a year and a day, fromu the' putblica.
tion hereof, or finalanid absolutejtudgiit will
bc awarded againast him.
GEO. POPE, c. c.r.
MaircA22, 1841, ( ira $7 50 agel0
State of' South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Henry Willia msvs. Foreign Agtarhnment.
T11lIE PlaintitF having this day filed his
Declaration in my office, andl the lDe.
fondant having nto wife or attoriney kniown to
me within (lie State. on whatm a copy of' the
same, with a rtule to plead, <.onld be served. It
is ordered that the Defeddaim plead to the said
declaration withint a veer and a day, or tinial
asua absolute judgetment will hae given agaimst
him. GiEO. POPE, c. c. r.
May 20t. 1841. J-~w w. a "9 It
A LL. persons iiebthmed tat the esiate at Wil
liamt Robertsoni, late aof Edgefieldl Dittrict,
dec'd., are requested to make paymeant, and all
who have dernands against the estate are re
quested te reader them in to the suibsrbers
properly attested, within the time prescribed by
JAMES ROBERTSON, ana ~Etrs.
J..y,, ir f "'t
V EGETABLE LIFE PILLS AND PHE
NIX BITTERS.-The high celebrity
which these excellent bledicia.es have acquired,
in coiuaag almost every disease to, which the
human f1rame is liable, is a na'ter fainihiar with
.ulmostevery iutelligent person. 'I bey becamt
known by their frustsi-- ir good works have
testifid for them-thiey did not thrive by the
faith of the ciedulous.
fin c-ses of Costiveness, Dyspepsis, Bilious
and Liver Atfections Asthma, Files, Settled
I'ains. Rheumatism, Fevers and Agues, Obsti
nate lleadaches, Impure State of the Fluide,
Unhealtby Appearance of the Skin, Nervous
)ebility, tie Sickness incidect to Females in
Delicate Health. eery kind of Weakness of
the Digestive Organs, and in all general De
rangetents of lealth, tlse Medicines have in
variably proved a certain and speedy remedy
rhaey restore %igorous health to the most ex
hauated consitituti,,na. A single trial will place
the Life P16lls and lhu-ix Bitters beyond the
reach of competition, in th. eutimation of every
Prepared and sold, whaolesale and retail, at
W31. B. 31OFFAT'S M1edical Office, 375
Broadway. New York.
N. B. None arts genuine unless they have
the fac simile ofJoin Sloffit's signature.
Df The Life Pills are sold in boxes-Price,
'25 cents, 50 cents, and $1 each, according to
the size; and the PhLenix Bitters in bottles, at
$I fi $2 cach, with full directions.
For Gratiuious Distribution-An interesting
little pamaihler, entitled ' 51oflat's Medical Ma.
nual, di-siggled as a domestic Guide to Health
containiii accurate information concerning the
tie iiost pretsdlent disease, and the most ap.
proved reinedies--by W31. 310FFAT."
For sale by
March 11. tf 6 C. A. DOWD.
Citizens of Charleston,
.- ND TI!E NEIGIlORING ST.ITES.
Y OU are respectfully informed that 70
31r:Ti. sTnEET 70-is mhy Office for
the exclasive sale taf BIANDRET H'S VEGE.
TAISLE UNIVEtSAL. PILLS. Price twen
ty five cents per box. with darections in English,
French. Spanish Portiiguese and German.
The high and universal reputation of the
Batithlla Pills, renders it unnecessary tocom.
Ient largely on their particular virtues. As an
anati-bilimus and purgative medicine, they are
unequalled by arn% . Their purifying effect on
the blood is universally allowed-all that have
ever used have approvcd and recommended
In iainy cases where the dreadful ravages of
niceration had laid bare ligament aud bone, and
where to all appearance, no human meau
could save life, have patients by the use ofthele
Pills, been restored to good health; the devour
ing disease having beencompletely eradicated.
In coinsetplentice of the pleasantness of their
operation. they are universally used in every
section of this wide extended 'country where
they are maide known, and are last surperseding
every oiher Preparation of professed similar
in port. Upwards oftFourteen Thousand cases
have been, certified as cured, solely frot their
uise sinice the introdluction of that into the U.
States, thus establishing the fact be)ond all
doubt, that the lrandreth Plls'cure the (appar
raently) Most opposite diseases, by the one
simple act of cottinuaallv evacuating the bow
els with tilem', until the disease gives way,
thei efore, whatever may be said of the ThsaR;
the UriLITY of the rxCACTICZ is now aIroUn all
As Biandreth's Pills cure Scurvy, Costive
ne'. and its conseqluences, seasfaring men,
atad all travellers to foreign regions, should not
be without, in order to resoit to them on every
occasin of illness. No medicine chest is re
quiredI where they are.
N. 1B,-Time or climate affects them not,
provided they are kept dry. Sonthern gentle.
nenl will tind this medicine one that willinsure
health to the people onl their estates.
- Be careful rand- never-prch...?ugs of a
Drnggst, rutorsjsNo to be Brandreth's Pills.
Unader SU ciatcexM-rAscas is any one of this
class made an Agent. My own established
A gent4hav e ,INtasaI.t an NGRAvIED Certiti.
cate, signedu B. Brnadreth, 31.D,in my own
hand writing. This is renewed yearly-and
whean over twelve nmonthas old, it no longer
guarantees the geuinenesa of the medicine,
it woauld be well, therefore. for purchasers to
care f'ully examaine thme Certiticaie. The seal is
liot was. but einaborsed on thme paper wvith a steel
selI. lfh'ae genuuane meadicinae is obtainied,there
is no doubt of* its ging perfect satisfaction,
anad if all whlo want at :are ecareful to go by the
abovedirectiotns, there is little doubt but they
will obtain it
tteetnber 70 Mleeting street, is the only
place ina Charlestaon where the ge~naine mcdi
cinre caan bem obtainaed, arid at W. WV. ales,Hlam
bair:: and C. A. lDon a, Edgetieldl G.lh. the only
anithemr iseda Agent.- t'or Edgleftih.
AG; .NTS l'u4lt 5Ol'T11 CARlOLINA.
Stephlm'i en Owen. Aiken; Davidl Turner,
e.m tort :John03 lcLare.i Abbheville;: William
Cuninghm Coluambia; Elijah Alexander,
Pm ickn-; Johni Illastie, Penduleton ; Samuel
WAihi e.orgetowna. 31c1.nare. Brawl ey & Co.
(lar-tar; C'harles, Wilcox. Coo,awhatchie; a
Iker & lBran. Barnevell K. II.; 1). & H1. B.
heir', Gr ahamt's P. 0., Blarrnwell District..
Ga< htolliing, G;rteenville District; Reuben
Gros'.~ I .'xing. t'.n; 1 iantie &. Nichol, Greenville
t'. II.: Johnii G. ITongu te. Yuannguesville, Fair
field Dit.; Sylve:.ter Beach, OJrangeburg,
Rln'f& Johntson, Newvberrv ; Rice & Cater,
Andelaro : Jamtes E. Gee,'Leeseille, Lexing
temn lDi.,i ict; llarksduale & Saxon, Gaurensville',
V'ernmon & .1 itchell. Spartanrg, P. 3. Fester,
Fmoster's, Un iioin District: John3Mc Lure,Uniona
ville', George Steel, Yorkville; A. HI. Cham-.
hears, Winasboro';C harles Mfiller, Edisto Bland,
John Rtosser, Camden ; Samuel VS ilmot,
Georgetoawn; 3laker & Ryan, Barnwell; E,
Gartignte, Bllackville, Barnwell; E. D. Felder,
.ilway, Barnwell; Gatngley & Drunmmond;
Loweer 'Threc Rtuns, Banrnwell; Philip Char
trand,hBranchaville. Orangeburg; A. Stevenson,
Pic-knevville', Union, and II. Jaudon, Robert
Feb 1:1, 1540 tf 2
tat of outh Crln.
IN TIlE COMMO1N PLEAS.
Beverly Biurton J uachmeat,
Wmn. 31. Steifle- U.
Ti 'lIE Plaintiif having this day filed his
I. Declaration in my office, and the Defend
nat having ao Wife or- Attorney known to be
evillain the State. on whotn a copy of thesame,
wile arule to plead, could be served. It is or
dered that the D~efenadant plead to thme said dec
laration within a year and a day, or final and
absotote judgemaent will be given againast him.
De~c. 18. lz84U. an * 7 50~ 47
I s1 R EltFBY (,IV EN, that application will
be tiede, at tihe tnext session of the Legis
lature, for ain ameandenut at the Charter incor
parating the Town of Edgetield.
P. F. LABORDE,
3Iayl10, 1841 m. 15
TS hereby given that application will be
U.tna at the sitting of the next Legislature'
foaratnAct incorporating the Mt. Vernon Church
andi Camp-,Grounfd.6m J
Mtay 1:t 1841,aIt