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Win driven ;
- the billows eared,
al wha vaults fheaven.
MAM lttdea~ U siiht.
swhane, without n .ltuu a
-- ht and slitan
-m tt oer,
a~d .i larstinv t
as dA and drear.
1&.sh, wfithouat one blithsome ray
-bli toobder bs way.
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hal safey casm
A THE PRINTER?
wbolIs round the door.
i b t oftape,
a workdihns helps
' n e ntr,
nei and voutk.
- ydhd ta&:r,
" tsif news"
Sbea and winter;
1a l umii te,
te hes ssf r.
- ll,~o tourtoe-.
ei. th r in e corner
-4 tuit ods doat trd it again.
leeith onthe d feep, e
C aigh are runnin'
tO ng*h pelag
hd Vtanep snake boles,
6T .t'elMwas delike a trooper.
w~~~tutes pe sonal
sia dowwluiaih nr auabe
at og 3: winesolaghbuui eict
d lst veingf Cof
at s-4 cae of tem-ig
T 41,&drss usdeOivere tat
i dim hWPlin, by r. T
asedshi Mr M aw'
' t rae, o t6ie ft*. that
as e' i Go bu #
i a b fF 1 ? M i
with thus enrolting motha6D iat of
the population o liReland, expresws his
determioatin toaWinet*mn d W at-o
cease from his labors until' every an ni'd
daughter has taken the pledge.
,.The speaker gave quite a grapical des
cription of the remarkable scene present
ed tn the administration of the pledge to a
large number of persons at once.- He said
the crowds of men, women and children
kneelitg around the faithful apostle, the
solemnity and awe pictured upon every
upturned face, the deep unite and firm
response of ', promise," uttered .at once
h thousands or voices, produced a scene
of the most imposing character. Moral
suasion is the only we pon used by Fa
ther Mlathew,. and to al other means of
promoting temperance, he expressed him
self decidedly hostile, as tending to create
trivial issues which embarrass the causo
itself. Mr. AicGhec said that instead of
using menace, denuntiation, or advocat
Ing force against ihe dealer in spirits, Fa
ther Matbew left him to hidtself, and
turned the waters from his mill, or In other
words, m2a sober mten of his drinking
Upon conclud:ng his notice of Ireland'.i
Apostle. the spcaker spoke hndsomely
f thu temperance reform in ihis country,
and urged strong argumntits in favor of
is pru-rees among tile people. fie a4.1l
paid a beautiful and merited c1mplinirnt
to the r.oble riurts of dhe ladies in the
Washingtonian cau.se. and Pl,,eedl a hiith
value upon the ects ef their o-serius
lis address wea% delivered in a fratik ntaaly
style of eletiou, without notes, andu i'h
great fiency. and was often interspersed
with paswages of such cloquence. the %a
cred charaCter of the evening could with
difftuly repress the evidences of aynpa
Iy and approval on thae part of tie au
D - virtue of sunry % rite of Fieri Fa
B cias, F will proceed to sell at Edge
ffeld Cetrt 1 ouse. on the first N1onday and
Tues lay of June ncxt,.the follon ing pro
John W. Houghton vs Mary lightow
or, one thousand of ind. umre or les. ad.
oining John Wise, Wir. S. Ifoard, and
Bland- & Butler vs Henry Williams;
the same. vs the same; fifty acres of land
where defendant lives, adjoining William
Strome., and Edmund Bayd.
George Busst-y and others v. Embersono
Busey, the tract of land, where defendant
William X. Lindsey vs Win. Carrels,
Cary G. Sisellgrove. and Wm. Corley;
ighty four neres of ladcl, more or less, ad
loining inties of Roert Pridce, John Rhine.
bart, and others.
William Lever vs J. W. ilolley ; one
mare and colt.
Jio It. Stockman vs John W. Holley;
ono hundred and fourteen acres of land,
more or less. adjiuing John Saugford.
John Hiolley. and others.
0. 11. Lee vs J. M. C. Freeland ; the
house and lot, where defendant lives; at
Bryan & Ainor*v Win. It. Green, anal
Lewis ElIzey; four hundred and ibirtr
Ove acres of land, more or less, adjoining
John Wise. Mrs. Mary Hghtower, and
others, the property of L. Elizey.
John I8. Sm ley vs George Shaver,
Sur., one hunde & tbory eighat acres of
land, more or less, adjing Peter Dorn,
John S. Smyley vs Robin Rhtodes. and
James Coleman ; one hundred and fiflyy
acres of lund. where dlefenadant Rhodes
lives. acrJoiing James GJolenman, Thomnas
James Miller vs Win. Strome. Lewis
Runneiam, and John Checathamr; one lhon
mred and eighty acres of land,-mre or
less, whetre defendant Strome lives.
lluthbert & Roll for the use of Thomas
J. Walton vs Joseph Woods; Benjamin
H.' Warren vs the same; Oliver Simap
.on vs the same, the sitne vb the same,;
John G.'IVinter vs the same ; William
Dearing vs the same ; Peek & Dearing vs
the sanme ; defendants former residence, a
coapased of four originailo ts, oils other
ose and lot on Centre .streets with two I
eeuedte one occupied by Messrs:"Hbrai
& Newhy, theio tber by F: M. -8hrada.;
aln, t wo.hoeise and lots on sirketitret
knoss us iegro trading'place'in Ham-a
Steedman & Merrett iti~ Fouke;
tesaineysthetsam'e two hsqdrd ent -I
i te~ find, mate or less, ajii
lina fotWa. Turner, Edmnd K~nenn ,
r; n&JhFihrjon li& ofluaf~o
tan iananidhalfaeres. adjolhnandu r
afJb Walker 1. IBrdoks a, at es
be udedsctenor'i - ard.
Iadiyc atv Catba Ya a ers
Msy e t, sma
mnpeette rat;ot ( ohd and
S or les here
aI'~~lfo'iqp~a ~ ad. Hu eadarson .
Bii ntheproper e
otyo Jose~ aY2,
Meiae a~fsuv baniel- Tlhomas,
sa.gro h, aiand~
Llle, ad'mr.g~bild's o boy, Frink
S. CH!RISTlD sa z.
N yO 0t 13
~I~~iILINNSIand FINE BRiLLS.
UZp esved by
BY an Order from A. P. Batiler. ene
Sf he Associatojzdgesadfsaid State.
.gaill pboeed to iell at Edgefleld Court
louse, on tie uirat Monday in June next,
a the above blated case, the, following
roperty, viz: all that lot or parcel of land
ying and being in too town of Hamburg,
a the district aforesaid. on Covington
itreet, running back one hundred and
"ihteen feet, fronting two hundred and
hilly feet, made up of four original lots,
No. 323, 324, 325 mud 326, where Joseph
Woods formerly lived. Also. one other
lot on Slarket-ttret, No. 56, fronting 47
eet, more or less. Also, one other lot or
parcel of land on Mlarket-streei, fronting
,arty even feet, running back two han
tied feet, more or less, to Mercer street
klso, one other lot on Centre street. frot
ug sixty four feet, running back seventy
ire reet, more or less, to a lot now or late
y btlonging to the estut of Williamson,
iounded on the east by said Centre street,
in the onth by lot of G. II. Hull, on the
matt by lot of ie aid estate of William
ton, ani on tie soulih by James Hubbard's
ut. Te be sold an a credit of flvitfmonths,
itles tmi be Aigned but titoi delivered. bnil
fie whole of the purchase money be paid
iccording to the terms of the sale, and if
tie amount of purchase money be not
mid %lien due, the property to be resold
o accost of fornet purchasers for cash.
Svitune of same levy, cost and comris
ioua tu be pail in cash.
S. CHRISTIE. . .
May 10 [6 75] 4t 15
State or South Carolina,
Purry & Caver
s. Foreign aulad meiti.
B Y an order from A. P. Butler. one of
the asenciaiteo Judges of said State,
shall procced to sell at E-gefield Court
louse on the 11rst MeAuday in June next,
it the above stated case; one negro boy
sum. Terms cash.
S. CH RISTIE, 9. z. n.
May 10 [$2 00) 4t 15
State of South Citrolina.
attey Ithoden, and others, Defend'ts.
B.Y an order from the Ordinary of
Edeefi,-Id Ililirt I shall proceed to
elI at Edgeield Court louse, on'the first
Uodiolay in June next, in the above stated
!se, l.od1 of the esate of John Rhodel,
lceased. on the waters of South Edist
iver. ndjoiining inn,is of Elbert Lott,
Killiam Batrhtbe. John B. Bush, and oth
Irs. conttning eighty acres. more or less,
mit a credit of twelve imnnmis. Purcbaser
o give tond and persnal security. and a
nortgege ofithe premises to the Ordinary.
Desio to be pail in Cash.
6. CHRISTIE, a. z. D.
May 1- ($3 00) 3t 16
State of South Carolina.
[septi Brown & wife, Bfllfor MerOamt,
Vs. -. ft
toses Jcobs & wife, eta.
T appearing to my atisfaction. tint Moses
Jacobs and his wire C-stliaril-t, riaide.out
if thi:sState. "n omution of Gaiffin & Burt. PlJin
iff's Solicitors, entered rThatI thessid Mioses,
emi wif.-. do plead. utwer, or demnr, to this
dil,withina three monihe from the publication
f this'order, or the said bill will be taken pro
wfrsso, againzst them.
J. TER RY. c. a. a o.
Commii.ecioner'm Oulice, A pril 17. 1 -13.
Aparm 19 lamm3m I12
F R O~ the snit'ribe~r, livitag near
CInntd's crook. in. the nei~hbbouirhood
of Chatmana's Miill F.d::efield Distict,
may Negro mana JOII N, whom Ipur-*
nay father purchased him frotm a spe
enlator.f(romn Virginima. Johm said be
va rae near Richmmond,. Vs , he is about 2l
eats of age, abont 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high.
if lighta comp jlexion. mand has a scar- etn the ceor
ier ufrhis left eye; is a usemut well maide fellow,
68U faced, spas quick wheirr a ken to. He
ad on whe he went away a fur caps bso'wn
ih cloth coat, amid pantaloons of cours grey
Joh. 11.1,' quite likely be is trying to get hack
a.Viriinia. I will gise tweaty-fivo dollars
ewarto any person who -vill apmprehende the
aid slave an confine hitm ini any *ail in thin
lat., so thal I get him uagain. an tiirtyy-6ve
lollars if taken omit of the Staue. and if bronght
itmeeall reasnable expemss will he paid.
-.be speenmiatunfranti whom he was purchased
vates is cnm Anif'de'v Lea.
Feb. 22 ** if 4
,Tbe Columbia Sontfa-Carolinianm. will copy
he above once a mtonth util instbid. A nt
kSatep S outh. Caroinua
LJ ?*ehoon, ~ Bil to ob
fl G AWinstiis othere.' forland'c
I"? ali.ebnig to m y satisfaction that
.Eldl. Colmanm~ ne of the defen.
~ltiltlase, resides beyond the han.
lsfihis &auo. On motion of Pope and
'ope.ordergd that theosaid Ehlred N. Cole
nan dtplEhd .answer orvdemr to, the bill
o:of before the eighithbdy of June next,
therwis thesaid bill, Stilt he-ordered pro.
5nf~s apih'9 b mn6
State ofsou thI Carolina.
tabe Noibles, by her B~ifr sactiua
Em. Nable.&& othsrs. 9 Alimieap.
[T apear' tormy ,ntrsfaction, that the
t the limnits ofthe State.- 'Ordlered; that the
mid Defendant do plemd, auswrer or demur to
he omplainaints bill, within three mtouths
bwobe- pubridation' har$ or the said' bill
vi be tkenpra6 ofeuso 'shinm.
J-.TERIL,e.i. . n.
HSu have~hna recewed, a
are no30- hi 0n .' cadtomenisid
tWe public generally, a full md well selected
Faucy & Staple Dry Goods,
Comprisiog everyrailety of Goods in their
line. suited to the Spring and Summer trade,
which they will acRt at prices to sni the times.
Ai.so-A genieral nasirt:ent of
Groceries, llardware, flats,
shoes, dc. &c.
which will be seld at prices which cannot rail
to gire satissaction to tho'e who may favor them
with their patronage. We were induced by
the presient reduced prices of Goods, to make
heary purchanses, which enables us to offer
strong inducements to purchasers, We are
determiited to teil, and let those who doubt
our ability to please tem, call nd ic.
We rao continese the bisini-pa of.
Millinery & Manta aking.f
under the stuperintendence of Irs. C. St.
DOWD, and having received a new #upply
of Gords suited to that brauch of trade, are
prepazed to execute all kinds of work with
neatness and deopatch.
Orders from te country p drmpty attended
to. DLAND & BUTLER,
April12 trf II
ESPECTFULLY infrms his cns
O towero, anld the public generally,
that he is just returned from Charleston,
with a variety of articles in his line, which
he will dispose of on terms to suit the
mar-h 0r tr 8
New Spring & Saummeri
FULL ass'rticat for sale, at the lamces
. C-A prices, by JNO. 0. B. FORD.
llanbuarg, April 14 tf 112
A VERY arge and well assorted supplv or
ENGLISH & AMERIC N PRN ,
new, and for sale at very low prices, by
JNO. U. B. FORD.
Hlamburg.April 17 if 12
Sheetings and SlairtiaWs.
A -4. 64 and 1l-4 Browu & bleached
SHEETINGS and SIIIRTENGS,
Just received by
JNO. 0. B. FORD.
liamburg, April 17 tf 12
T HE Subsc ibers respectfully inform their
old customheru an- tse public generally.
that they are now receiving and opening their
Spring ' Summer Goods;
Embracing a general assortment of
Faney & Staple Goods,
ifxVrg, SHOES, & GROCERIES.
Inavitng disposed of the greater part of their
old stock, they are now able to offer an almost
entire now stock ofGoods, which they will sell
at priced to suit the times.
G. L & E. PtNN.
April12 tf 11
New Spgng and Summer
T11 E Subes ilmis are now receiving from
Ncw York. their
Spring A Suusmea 'Goods,
Embracing alisot every article usually kept
in this market. We have selected our Goods
with at care, and request our cnstones,
and the pullic generally, to call and exania
for themselves, aid sco that the prices do cor
respond with the times. We arc thankful for
p&ast favors, and hope by strict attention to bu
siness to merit a continuance.
PRESLEY & BRYAN.
A pail 12. 1843. itf 11
New Cash Store,
SIBL.EYS CO RNE R, 11A MIURG S. C.
.ades, d'ye want a rich new Dress,
At your ow n price-or even less,
Iate to the Ne w Cash Stoare, straightw ay
Secure gre~at Ilarguins, while you may.
Our Stock ofr Gecods beinag Lrge and new,
Inducements groat we'll otfer you,
You still ushall find, as herretofore,
Tae laenesi place. thec New Cash Store.
A'716G spent the past amontha in the City
oU rf Ne w 'ork, in the seectioha af an ex
tnsire Fashaioneablr and Chaen p Stock of
New Spring & Summler
We would respecifully ask our ol custo
mere anal thec public, to exammeaa our assort
ent anid learn tIme prices, before purchmasing
else where, feeling confidenct that the citizens of
South Carolina need no longer he uandem the
necessity of leaving :heir own State, to pro
cre DilY GOO DS, as grood, inshlionable, and
cheap as ini any eother market
Qur'assortmecnt being unusually large, we
shall not enumerat'e a-l.iclcs and prices, buta
assule you we shall take great plensure ian
shewing Gond.', and namiang small prices.
No charge fur laooking
Wal-. KETCIIUM & CO.
N. D. Remenmber we have remnoved froma thet
old star~d near lIfanter's liutel, tee the new
Brick Building on Sibley'e Corner.
WV. K.& Co.
lfamburg A pril 3 8t 10
Choice Family Medicines,
Paintse, Of 18, A' UFndlw
AND every article usually
-kept in DRUG STORES,
are ofFered to the lowest mar
ket prices, by
RISLEY & CO.
. .Hamburg. S. U., or
HIAVILANIs, RLISLE&Y & CO.
April 5 See 10
Merchant Tailor Shop.
HAVING given thaia branch of oar busi
-ness our particular attention iii selecting
iroea thaiprings amportatiesns the best, cheep
estr mqg Iashionable styles of
and every other article necessary to a Gentle
man's Wardrobe, we will onig addl that the
Shop is still conducted by
Woue taste anid skill itn cutting, and faithtb
ness of' work, is too well known to need otir
Terms Cash. positively, prices in-accord
anee with terns anntiene
WV. RETCHUM & CO.
amburg, Aprrl 1, 1843. St 10
New S prisiW & Snmmer
GiO.0 D FR.
Vnow opening at hIns toisiin Haaburg,
~a full auuortmentl ?.
*RA 1'( G 0D 8,
issh Rprn4nd Summer Trade, which he
m WntP.. rtfsi9
25 dor. white and" ood 25 to 37cts.
6 do plain Stra o, t $3.
Silk Bonnets, b,
InLioriDA inne ewsPC
Mise.Cyrs & Straw Boninets Mwtoa$2.
Artifeial " FwesBand Boxes. &c.
$st received by .
W3. KETCHUM & CO.
Hambtur. April 3 1843. -, 8t 10
. . hi IEFAW,
BIRICKLAYER & PLAISTER ER.
T ENDERS his services to the citizens
of this and the adjoining Districts, to
do any work in his line, in a workmanjike
manner, and at puieessuitalife ito thiltnes.
Having served a regular 9pprenticeship
to the business, he will warrant thoiwork
be puts together to stand.
Letters addressed io the care of Wi. F.
Durisoe, will 1neet with immediate itten
march 24,r a
PETER GOLL e
Turner and Gunbmith,
INFORIIMS the cidtans of Edgefield
village and its vicinity, that he is pro
paed to eseente all kiods'fTiroing, in
Wood, Iron, Brass, or any kind of Metal.
lie also repairs all kinds of UGunwork.
at the lowest prices for Cash.
070 All persons indebted to him are
res.pectfully requested to come forward
an.] settle their accounts.
wnc-!h29 if 9
Slate Rights and State Mechanics!
SADDLE, BRIDLE. HARNESS AND
DANIEL ABBY, -
R ESPECTFULLY informs the ctf.
zens of Edgefield District, that'he
has commenced the above business in all
its various branches. Having just recei
ved from the Eastern Cities, a splendid as.
sortment of Bitts, Mountings and Lather,
he assures the public thai f~U worli-will bi
done in a style eiual to Any Vankfhatorj
in the State; at redueed prices.
N. B. Military accautrenients in the
most approved style.
Edgefield C. H., Feb t tf I
T H E U. S. DISTRICT COUAT,
DIsnatrT or 80TO CiaoUXa.
IN the matter of Lewia B. Cubb, Aerchai,
residing in Abbeville District. South Car
olinia a Bankrupt.
Pursuant to an Order of the District Court
of the United States, for the District of South
Carolina, Notice is hereby given, that cause he
shown before tho said CoUrt, at the Federal
Court House in Charleston, on the third
day of June next, at eleven o'clock, A. If.,
why the said Lewis B Cobb. should not re
ceive his Discharge and Certiicateas aBunk
Charleston, 6th day of Afarch, 1d43.
11. Y. GRAY, Clark.
march 22 12 8
2nd Regiment Cavalr,
lApril 3,13 Jul
IN obedience to an Order from Brig, dn.
Bonham, an Election for Colonel of the 24
Regiment df Cavalry, to ill the vacaney ocia
sioue4 by the resignation of CoL. Joseph Dick
son. will be held on Friday thod of June neat.
Each Captain will give notice hereof, at his
Company Muster Ground. as reqmred by law.
on the ay following, the Managers will
meet at the Rgimental master Ground, count
ont the votes, and transmit to the Brigadier
General a certified statement thereof, signed by
all the Managers present.
. EROY H. MiLNDY.
LI. Co. ed'ag. 24 Begt. Caralry.
Aprit5 9r to
L L persons indle)ted to us on accounts
i. doe the flis of January last. are re
quiested to come and settle up. WVe have
to pay our debts,.
GOODE & LYON.
Feb.13 Sf 3
IL.L Persons arc torwrarnted fronm trading
Sfor two Notes of hand, given by me to
P'aul WV. Conner. one duo first January next,
fo.r Five llsnndre~d Dollars. with interest (tom
the date, dated January 19, 1843. , The other
for Five Hundred Dotltare, dune first January.
184.'i, dated 19th Junary, 1543. . Thne said
Notes were given for land, a p'art of which
belounged to anotther pci siln. Tbe Nones are
in posession of Gent. G. W. Ilodges. whlio is
joinily bound n ith Paul W. Conner, in a bond
to make the. title of said land, good. I never
iintenad to pay the said potes.
March 15 tf 7
State of' South Carolina,
I.Y T HE COMM ON PLEAS.
>s. Trspa, Attachment.
iN lIE Plaintil!'having filed his declaration
Uin my e4hice. againast the said defenidant:
Ordeured tisat the defendini do appear and
pleadl thereto within syear and a day from the
-lit of the same, otherwise il judgment
will be awarded against hin.
JOHN F. LIVtNGST3tOif, C. C. P'.
Clerk's Office, 24th Sept. 1842.
Sept.28 ly 35
State of South Caroliua,
IN 'H E COMMON PLE AS.
John A. Donald,)
vs. ).Attachment, Assumpsit.
Win. Mf. Creewell. -
T3 H E Plaintiff having sLed) his declaration
3.in my office against thi'Dfendant who ts
without the limits of State. Ordered that the
said defendant do apper end plead thereto
"within btaar and a da fron the Sling of the
Lamsr otherwise final jdgeinent will be awar
dedl against heim..
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, C..C. P.
Clerk's eflde Sept 24. 1842.
SEpt. 28 ly,, 35
State of South Carolina,
IN THEL COMMON PLEAS.
G. L. &E. Penn & Co. Deelarrades its F.
. vs. *sgt Auachuent.
Ann E. Glascock. Dk
T H &B Plaintif''s having tis ilay filed
.their declaration in my offce,and the De
fondant having no Attorney, knowna to he with
in the State, .n whotaeopy of the sane, with
a rule to s eouidhe sutved: It isnordered,
that the efpndat plead to the maid declara
tion1 witima yearamtdag, or~finhadefbso.
luti'dgmentwlll be given againschei.
*hE'.?a j GEO. POPE, c..c.y.
8c's FM onic Lirer
Springs. Thbse watars 1D hQir efrects
upon the syeem terlreincl reasinig the
appetite, and eioI f are
of ~ ~ ~ o thiielt e
o lea ,n
to the surface, increation.
From the cabia i
ofr thebi W ,~n a Dil
these gatce,.ar nir o
the WairV Iiefjhd p Ito a
common glas. Trt erthe cure or
the aho cdieatiss~in a .obiir chronic
(orslowiseseaauf ejss~ 'ii he use
or thesePilledig etions
geninthe mall uilg the
pills.-iiaelf i - - Per
they are prepared eiher ace
a?uhe Spnsor t r .y
speedity ure --dia g h
abidity of the stomahe "'d
.ach is irpobd
ref c.w Pifl-e
six pillshoild lbe ta-ads whb the
Thesi . etka e an' r nte 1 ,
for all hem 'jaadmis e
Ihe saie effe 14i0OsPP
they wilfalsifui" 6 a:1 m Iefentiacases
of bemorrhage. ,They ureidrpsles in
some eases, hatare not a iii libreoosa y
in all cases of this disease.
pills in lOoir -
vaiuab i'the -4OW the
vkin, and allinoesesnoapsdt
a healithy actiosj. JA the. Qe of them fr
such diseases,,iffie disaaeqdherin
appearsoa:be.. resthada sr kihe
more freljlet jsa i r
any one. or deter it-zfol in
therr use. Th'ese ! be
good efeCcts.( .he Pille if
vitiated humorS fromnhe
surface, anoI mntil lbe hiood ,iu ed,
such disea'e cannot be surglaieks.
IOUs ulcete'lti use orfstiaetesid
pills, inaAtyche th
more reelygtad i a-e.ore
healthy appearance;h.y.i 3 . very
usefulreiedy iOCber jqA .he
summer o'Wel coma as
also for expelling WOrmsW
They immediatefy givea
promote digestioni ajdL W1.
correct and cure
From their cleansin
po the bhlod; b
and energy, wbje.their Porafm yers
to the whole systemthey willbefound a
great preventaive o-:e
reyail in toasdi n k sirafs -
hene, praode gw '
Sad t greatly t heirds saue
the pills, for a fornightbat
mentof every sprig ad 'aa
preventative, and-tobuild u
brok own by previous au~cs ave
T~Pills ar. a.y.ahtahle a=uguasr to
chd and etdicacy o~alphrpa andma
line m: , Is waters, and'bhre..m. dour of
them taken each. day, at diffirenittes.
which in attendance at,oter manga' l
springs', would add greatly tothe'erkuavo
These waters and pills .are ~orihy~of
the notice or the Medical kaddl~y ;and in
tl.eir hand. would be a valaable article in
the treat ment of many diseases, oerwise
unmanageable. In amenorrhea,duysmen
orrhea and luchorrhcea, the waters of-the
Alum Springs are peculiarly effecaciouss;
and we believe the pills made from the..
waters, would have the same effectin the
treatment of those diseases, that-theater
has ; theroefore, we wonks-.reeommend a
trial of them, by the Facnity, ithose dis
eases. These Pills are easily takeb, hav
ing no nanicous taste, are perfectly safe
in all cases where active feveri doss not
exist and do not sicken peraidswhileusing
For sale by.J. D. TiBBETS -nest doer
to G. L &' '.Vea's, aure.
Staite ofrSoutLh Croinua.
EDG EIFIELD DISTRICT.
IN TilE COMaMOf fIEA6B
Philip HI. Mantz,. -.
vs - oegaAnMM&U.'
B. Mt. Duvall. -
T U E Plaintiff hvin this day6Shd~IsDe
ctaation in mny oIUo, and the Dead.
ant having no wife or sitorney known to he
withis the State, on whom a copy of dae sme,
with a rute to plead could be sarred.'Hk or
dered, that the defendsatplead to the midDb.
claration within a year and- a day 6drl and
absolute judgtment will be given him.
Clerk's Office, 14th March1643.
State-of South Caroj.
IN THE COMMONflL
W. E. Wilson, Ez.
o vi .AAt*an9 Debt
William Dixon. -
T H E Plaintifbavag Sled hi ihichiation
i. my oefiesylast the said defendat,
who is without the limits of the State: Order
ed that the said defendant do apear and plid
thaereto'within a year and a day ftrm the fn
ordhesamie otherwie final jad~ twg
award s t him.
- L i .IIVINGSToYECCd.
Clerk'.Odie, 24th Sept. 18L
Sept.2 8ly I'
!OPZE.s4 ,n@s la naa a at
tor re-electionrt Qt of Clerk .1:b
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