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Franki. Couge-Mr. PickeaaVOra
fon.'-The correspondent of the Savan
nab Georgian thus adbe i'tlh' aiduding
teremonies of t co omicemel At
At half pas 9A. M. Thursday, the two1
Societies, DemtheniaO and Phi Kappa.
,met in their respectiye' balls. and thence I
marched i procession to the chapel, i
where. after prayer by Rev. .tr. Brant
oy, arn sratien was pronounced by the
BoesF. W. Paekens of South Carolina. a
memb'r i othe Phi Kappa Society. The
abject of tb orator seemed t be to show j
tbe superiority of American over ancient
eiilization, and the causes which pro- g
duced this difference. He iketched with
a master's hand, the great elements of
modern civilisation-the iuse of artillery- I
t bs inventionofpeindag-the enfranchise-in
meat of mind-the trial by jury of the i
aligna Charta.-the noble principles ofr:
true liberty, as laid down in our Declara- I
ioe of Independence.-and last. though I
greatesit of all. the Christian Religion.. It
was charatteriszed throughout by elevated
thoughti, just conceptions, Rns imagery
and a high moral tone, that did honor to
the beart of the speaker. His delivery
was bold and efeettvn, rather too declam- ,
atory.for# deliberation, yet there were u
several paages of a soul stirring o-.
quence which drew forth loud and long i
applauto. But I cannot pretend to do
.justice to Mr. Pickens.- His disrourse will
te blished, ad wli . I will send you
'py. that you may see for yourself this
We bad still indulged the hope that Mr.
- Mte1h e would have been able to have d
4eliverel his agricultural address on 3
Thursday afternoon; but his health would 9
not rit the effort, nod besides the '
wa was quite stormy and inclement.
He appears to be failing fast- he walks
Vtb.a feeble unsteady gait, and his AVe- 1
ious systema is made tremulous by the
least edewisat. k wa melancholy to
Jook upon so noble awn*ed being.
Mr. Carey Appointenit.u-'r. Carey
will deliver'Temperance Lectures on the
- following places, co the days following. a
At Hiuntsville, in Laurens District, Fri-. 'm
Asy Aug. 11th; Bethany, do. Monday y
14th; WarriOr'sCreek. do. Tuesdty.5th; r
Dorban's Creek. do. Wednesday. 16th ; b
'Gienwood, do. Thursday, 17th. Friend- d
abip, do. Friday, 18th; Harmony. do.
Monday. 20th; Due West Corner, Ab
- .bevine Di.erit, Tuesday. 21st; Abbeville
C. H. Wednesday, 22d; Greenwood, do. d
Monday, 27th; Cohesbury, do. Wednes- F
4ay 29th. Smyrna. Laurens, Thursday. d
30th. The Stand near Jos. Smiith's, do.
Friday 31st; Liberty Springs, do. Satur- I
day. 1st Sept.
salem, Edgefield District. Monday. 3d.
-Other Societies or neighborhoods. wish
ieg the services of Mr. Carey, during the
present Summer and Fll. tnay commu- o
emnte with the Hon. Jun, B. O'Neall, hy 1
Jetter. (postage paid) atNewberry C. Ii.. a
as early as practicable.
TA Seasm.-The Winyah Obserrer or e
9th inst., says " We have had rain here (I
in the low country every day since the 1
f0tb of Jane. The crops are made, and A
S will yield a average harvest. We have
tbowever dhe prospect or freshests in Pee a
Dee Waecamaw and Santee, and in Au- E
Sust they are the bane and the dread of ti
ii .planers. We travelled yes:erday as c
far as Charlesionand 6od the whole coun- it
try under water, and at Phillips' where tc
we write this, his well is filled to within f
fourteen inches of thbe surface of the earth I
-med thbe museuitoes annoying us and our
horse at mid day. Within the last three
weteks we have made a tour through Mtar- I
iona, Marlborough, Chtesterfield, Darling
tout and a part of Williamsburg. The corn 3
- and cotton crops are fair, but the corn J
crops in Georgetown district are the best i
wet have seen ' hb the exception of Col. 2
- Williams' in ,J lgton."(
HeazlSt ofGreravile.-Reports are a- jp
gain industriously circulated, that there is I
at this time consider'able sickness in our pi
village. So far from there being a shadow I
of proof for the foundation of such slan- Ta
ters upon the most healtby location on 1.
the face of the earth, (this we say with 3
out the lear ofeenoradiction by those who a
buown any' thing shout it) we have never c
heard so lisecomplaint of indisposition (
at this senmus of the year. We do not }
believe thene has been a cas of fever. A
whooping coeh measles, or any disease 'I
of the kind, within the Incorporation, du- .1
ring the past snonth ; andas we once be- j
foreuremarked,isnot intended the small I
oxshall comte amongst us-that malady a
ano doabt left the State or retired to A
Charleston, ks old quariess,-Grecieil j
Stabbiaig.-We understand that a mati
namsed Martia Sbhohn was so severely
woended inthe abdomen wth aknifehby a
James Hall, in the upper pass of this Dii- a
trict on Saturday last, thatbhis life was s
despaired of; but we wers yesterday in- a
formed that there.i a fait chance for his tI
rsecovery. Hall was arrested, and hz nowr
ifevy Baine.-During the last eight ,
-erteatdayst the soilof this States from b
the seaboard to the mountain, has been
literally drenched with rain; and the pros- a,
peis at thih time (Thursday) would udi- a
cate that we na to hae. but an dleeastun- I,
etiluafa old whilst Siries is ici the I
~ ~of all kinds loek very a
gsemising, and quants1 af(frniz war
seldom-more abadat.- 4f.
The cause of the demand for Meican 4
dollars for sxport to rnce, is thuns ex- t
pined is the ew-York Express; de
Thereh sq ^ eadfor Mexicanmol
Sareor eport to France, but nooether
description of specle. Ia often appeats
aingular that t hbould 6. a deandx (
-for this particular kini of eola for ship- r
meat to France, when there lee enquiry a
for aather kind of specie, and often when t
the ' ituof godarelarge. Te ae- s
eon ~ti s, at Mexican dolla na a
sakaeiniFrance for mehtig up, to abs- t
tract the gold they onntain. For a series I
e.yearmsthis procaas has been going on in 1
Frno, and we believe in no other coon. a
try.:ladeed, h is stadlalat the process ol' C
asonating gold-lom Mexican dollars is I
,ano kansara manael e le.t
SLutMOas cmT cocrT. JULY TUX, 18a
a dh mater ofJon MA.ea GenEasr, charged
swith eing isp.ene lonarie.
This inquisitio; takenahe bar ofthe Court,
md this fourthi day of August. in the year
ighteen hundred and frgty three. by the an
lersigned, jurors, duly empannelied, sworn
iid tharged in the matter aforesaid, .haviteg
seatd and considered te evidenc-- submitted
a tas, do find that the said John McLean Ga:d.
ser was a lunatic or insane on the first day of
iugust, in the year aforesaid. and at the timo
if ennnitting h offence charged against him.
,id is still so at the time of taking this inquil.
ion. Witness near hands and seals on the day
ad year aforesaid.
[Sig4d by tiheliamsohe Jorors as ahore
The following is the judgment and order ren
ered by the Court:
Tb Cou rt hereby release the prisoner Irae
hecomltmiment of the justice~Af the pence, and
,rder that he be placed in the State's Hospital,
aere to be conained until he shall recover his
easos of which the City Cionrt shall be sati
ied, an4y them discharged in due course of
David Hoffman. W. If. Norris, and J. E.
Villiams, Epqrs. counsel-for the prisoner. G.
t. Richardson, Esq. attorney for the State.
The following letter, written byynungGard
er. on board the boat, to the Postmaster Gen
rsl,.santa after his assault upon him, fully
onfirms the belief in the abberration of mind
lider which lie acted:
Sir: I spoke with you at Old Point Comfort
rankly. and told voat where I washed to go.
)n inquiry you will find that no human being
istigated me ly the remotest hint to commit
that I have done to your person; therefilre.
ir, you being a oman high in office, cannot be
a ungenerous as to show any vindictiveness
iards my family or connexions. whom I have
lways had too little regard for in pursuing
ieIr advice. You may examine into this, and
on will find it as I have written. It is some
vaication to me to, learn that your wound is
light and not mortal.
With great respect,
I am, sir. you: obt. servant.
J. MicLEAN GARDNER
'o the Hon. as. A. Wickliffe,
Eaaicipatioa Jebile. stoppd.-Tuesday be
sg the nnniverary of ise emancipation of the
lave' in the British West India Islands. the
bolitionists ofPhiladelphia atteinpted to have
geand jubilee inv the Assembly Rooms in that
14y, but were prevented by the Stockholders.
tbo foated. a repetition of the scenes of last
ear when the haji wab burnt and a disgrace.
a mob took place. They were offered the
udding if they would eclede negroes but
s they refused to do, when the donre were
lamed and the crowd dispersed without rit.
Melanckoly Aeridest.-Two negroes were
rowned on Thursday last, near McCord's
'erry. by the upsetting of a canoe; one of
se Alice, belonged to irs. Glaze. of this
lace-the other Andrew, to lis E. L Brad
ty, of Sumter Ditnet.-MeAth Carolixian.
1. Deduct on an average one fifth for
subscrihers who never pay. 2. Dediet
n an overage 10 per cent for the collec
on of the balance. 3. Deduct on an
verage the loss of eighteen mooths inte
Dst on the accounts tltimately'collected.
ad by the first operation, book, n
ounts to the amount of $5,000 are re
uced to $4.000
ly the second, for collecting, to 3,600
ind by the third, for interest at 7
per csnt, to 3,22
tiking an average loss of S1778 on every
ive Thousand Dollars booked Thanks
P all Subscribers who act upon the prin
pie of paying promptly, and without the
itervention ol a Collector-aud thanks
o to those Post Masters who use the
onkngpririlge for the encoragement of
The whole Edjitrial Corps5.
~EAL AND "FLASII" NAMES OF
- THlE UNITED) STATES.
lassachuaetta, Bay State.
thode Island, Plantation State.
ermont. Banner, or Green M't'n. Bloys.
lew Hampshire, Granite.
onnfectic Ut, Freestone.
ew York, Empire.
ew Jersey. Jersey Blues.
elawvare. itile |Delaw are.
irginia, Old Donuinion.
'orth Carolina, Rip Van Winkler
coths Carolina, Palmetto.
'ennessee, Lion's Den.
rksasas. Tooth Piekers.
lississippi, Bonder Eagles.
Our Bar.-Tbirty years ago. g4in and
biskey were drank by Judge, Lawyers
sd Jury, inCourt. and out of it. Judge
criven was the firtit masn who attempted
reformsatiort. He called a meeting of
e B~ar. and placed buefore it the impro
iety of drinking spirits in Court. The
wyera acknowledged their err. and a
solution was passed, pledging themsel
is to uartain from drinking in the Court
puse. The aext day, one of the law
ern, Ili-a clever andI kInd-hearted
san, who rmade ill his speeches ardent
y the Ose of the ardent, had a case c
d-feeling the want oftahe tisual sut -
st. he arose and asked l'or a short delay.
a he felt a ittle water..-Then raising
is voice, he called to the pa'dif,~ "Mr.
failli, bring mse a gIges or war,"? and
ran undertofle, but equally audible, tel
ed, "and be sure it's lsalf gi, dlo you
ear." Losok ai our Bar now !ea
as not Temperance dlonei
I Slagle Duys Advecature.-T he Dover
bl. H.) Gazette idys there is a man now
rsiding withaia the Ibnits of that town,
rho has had more. events to bappen to
im in one day shhn is eenbmona, Hie
uarted from his hiome sober at 8 o'clock,
ot drunk before 9 o'clock, got a.floging
elbre 10 o'clock, pulled down a tent be
ard I1 o'clock, got into- a leckap before
2 o'clock, paid seven dollars for sauce,
ad was released before 1 o'clock. (Got
rank before 2 o'clock, fell and lsjured
is leg and was carried borne before 3So'
lnek, and took an oa before 9 o'clock
that he would never drink any more li
quor, and bas kept Itis word. He says
that no tan laes greater reason than he
ha4 to hate irn, oi thank God foi having
a lame leg. nd, lie mieh't have added,
for liavifig sence enough to see the cause
or all his day's mitottunes, and moral
couragi inough to avbid It in niure.
An Inbaie Aecting.-At a vestry mee
!ing held at Wakefield. England. recent
ly, for the purpose of passing the ermsta
hle's accounts, a scene of confusion took
place, which ended in one of the mem
hers moving a resolution, "That this mee
ting is not in a suificierstly mond state of
mind to eoteartain on important a queslinn
as fltat embraced by theme resolution."
Th is resolution was put to a show of bands
and carried1 aldthsa udanimeuslt. The
chairman said It wag ime that they all
went home, n they had voted themselves
in sane. The iecting thenr broke up.
Persimmons, unripe nre said to have
the effect of arresting cholera infantum anti
common diarrihea. A simple infusion
quffices to he alministered when asarin
eut rereilies ire titijcated. Dr. Me
tairer of Virginia. says it acts liko a charm
whlen other asiringetits rail. A syrup of
the manme or a tineture, can of course he
ea.ily prepared, und would answer the
Wnen we look ;t the field or corn. we
find that tihmc stilks thai raise their henas
the highest are the empaisc.t. The same
is the cae with men ; tlose trih asasiuie
the greatest ennes~egence. have generally
the least share of'pedgment a.sd abil;ity.
For the Arertstr.
I n. I'.DrrTO.-The Anianul maeetirag of the
Edgetield' Paptist Association. will take place
on Saturday lbefore the er-nnl Lord'a Day itn
.September nest.vt Salen Chaire. three mates
fromt IIniet's lerrv. ote Big Salada. near the
-rmid leading froi, theatce i0 Aiken.
The Delegate. tal visiting tbrethren to the
Asamiationt are n(r-etionate y invited to repair
intediately to the phlace.14s every prepmarziaton
will he made to recrive? them ato the ground.
on the Friday evening previons.
Ministering bret.ren -ire invr'ed to make
their rrrangementa to attend with a view or
protraeting the mee~ting.
Published Ivy orler or the Cht:rch.
.OIN IIUIET. c.
AucvsyA. Aogusta 20.
Remarks.-The intelligence of thive 19t of
July. received by the- Acdia from Liverpnol.
is more favorable, in a commercial point of
view, than the news received by the preceding
steamer. Cotton. hand iinprosved. a better reel
ing had been exhibited in floe Liverpoen and
Havre market.. But the improvenent re
ported in prices. has only placed those mar
kets in the condition they were prerai-um to the
ecline reported on the 4th ofJuly. Ve r.inst
not therefore be deceived by the favorable ao.
peet of theite late advices. Price. in Europe
will fluetuate until the extent of the new frop
of this country t well ascertained. In one of
the cirealars. dated Jinly 18th it ist stated. tih-at
an rise in prices can be eapcte-d but towards
the end or the year, particua,0v shonld the
next crop b*, 1e- than two nillionst or bales.
Coto.-The improvement it Liverpool had
some influence it over nearket. and, in all pro
bability, in other American markets. The
sales here have'been smaIl, owing to the limit.
ed quantity offering. Only a few htitnred
bales changed hands. at an advance. on pi.
cescurrent last week, of 4 to J of a cent. The
demand yesteiday was active., and Itill be
maintained until firther intelligence is received
from Eurnpo This advanee in nuvr market is
to be ascribed not only to the inprovement in
the Enropean markets, but to the weather
which hian been. for st least a motnth past, very
taaavorsable to thes growing crop If the wen
thter we have had continues match longer, it is
seriouasly to bie apprleended.- that the crowing
crop will ennsideribly hsufi,-r. Thew satme wea
ther hta. beena felt in abnto.' al the cotton see.
tions of the enusitry west, where it is reported
that ana average crop enatnot be at present cnl.
colated sin. Int some parts of Alabarna attd
Mitisissippi. however, where thecy lhave not
suf'ered so much lay rains, the cropts use re
presenited as in a better eonditint. These
prospec ta of a short crmp have, atal will have,
mach insfnetnce in kee'pitng up the imtprove
ment int prices whicha has occuerred, tint nly
an thais counttry but in. Euarope also. Int about
three or four weeks we shall be nll able to es.
timate the probable extent of the new crop.
with more certahinty.
Ezrianmg.-Wc have :nao no change in the
our table. We will remaoak that the sale for 8
pier cent State bondl hats been duill at 91 cess,
914 a 9d asked, 8ix tper cent. State bond.
have beets sold at 73. 74 and 75 asked. Cen
tral Batik notes 8 to 9 per cent. discotant. and
not muacht in manrket.-Northe~rn eaechangea
scarce. but obtained at 4 per cent pretnitam at
JJANsene. Augnnt eR.
C'oten.-The necounts per th~e Acadia. are.
aa our opinion. better thua ie linve land for
issame limie, ated thecreo mbuit little donbt, that if
there was ariy inmg dcing in cottona biy or
merchants, prnces woutld aitvence; tat as there
is a very enmall amonnt coaminag in, we cannot
give a correct hssuae of this arkest. We, how
ever. ganote still. S totij cts. as extrenme prices
Cot~emA. .Antgaat 10)
Cottox.-In thi. nrticle there is bait little do-.
iang-thec few sales that are tnakir~c mare abouat j
cent higher, sincee thec account,. to thec 19th itt
EneAsage.-On Ch~arleston 1, and otn New
York 4 per cent. p rem.
Frssg: .-By 8taan tBoats 75 cents per hamie,
and byRail Road 75 censts.-Car.
.(Dy tihe Steanmer Acadia.)
* Lavaaroot...Jniy 18.
Cetto,.-The transactions since thea close of
last week have. beena on fair scnle, and the
steady maanne-r in whtich trsde havp simaa
iesd in putrchamn. inad'iates a hotter stl of
things for the unanafactiurer. The mauket has
bad a uniformly firmi tone, and prices have
beetn well sup urted. The sales ince Friday.
imjelumive of 4t) balea mold to-day, htave amoun
ted to 14,000'Iales. IARjiyf1
Cottima.-Ildei of cotton have displayed
gteater incinations to meet the views o buyers.
and a slight abates:ent in pirices haa induced a
bette'v demand. The sale. from the 7alh to the
14th instant, inclusiVe, iwoumed to 7832 hales,
COensist o2588 bes Nefw Orleans. at 51?f to
& haleerMobile. at 53f to 68f; ad 120
bales U ,lnd 5ie50o to 75; the whtole duaty
pad. Tharrivais w:tiin dee same period
hate baeen J9*bleii, of which 1748 bales
United-States, and 175 hales dt. Domitngo.
I s HEREBY GIVEN,that application will
be madse at the next eenn of the Legis
lator of this State, to incorporate Bethany
An 7 ta28
Mn. EozToa.-PCase announce Col. JAzs
L. Ona, a Canlidate for the Ofice of mAlon
GZXNWaLof the First Divi.ion of s. c. m.. to
fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation
of Gen leDuffic, and Ab1ige
Aug 14 to29
97 The friends of Brig. GCeisL
M. I. BONHA3M. announcnhem as a candi
date for the office of Major General or the ist
Division of S. C. M , to till the vacancy oca.
sinned by the resignation of General Ueorge
51cDuffie. Aug 2 :ri
0?' The friends of George
POPE, Engr., announce him as a candidate
for re-election, to the Office of Clerk or the
Court of this District.
bMay 3 tr 14
0? The friends of .Miaor
T. G. BACON. announce Ijr. as a candidate
for the Office of Clerk of the Court, df Edge
mar Ir 6
sIulE fFr's fi4A LEs
Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri pa
eias, I will proceed to sell at Edc
field Court House, on the first Monday anal
Tues lay in September next, the follow
Watts, Cook & Co. vs. A. 0. Leek,
Fuller & Glenn v.the sane; Allen Vance
vs. te same; John Cook vs. ite same:
William Rowe vs. the same; Charles
Compty, for nnother, vs. ihe same; Duke
Goodman vs. the same; Mary Roste vs.
the same; James Goodman vs. the onme.
two tracts of land. one called the Lewie
tract, containing two hundred and eighteen
necres. more or less. the other tract called
the Anderson tract, enntaining eight hun.
dred acres. more or less. ajoining each
other and the lands of F. W. Pickens.
James Falkuer vs Win. Stroud. and
Niadhmnn Siroud. one Sorrel mare.
Thomas Barrett Indorser vq rinrles B.
Carter. one horse Saddle and Bridle.
N. L. Griffin vs Jacob Worthington.
and George Gardner, one Cream mare,
the propertf of J. Worthingtnn.
Janies Ehlson vs John Bridwell. one
ny snare. two mules, and one wagon.
Port. Townsend & Mendeuhall 's l'oo.
oleaton & Co. eight negroes, viz: Celin,
Gorge, Crocket, Delin. Harriet, Antitine,
Epherson and 8hadrack.
S. CHRISTIP. . q.v. ri.
Aug 12 4t 28
State ol' South Carolina.
B. T. Slims
to Floreclosure tf
The Bank oh 11am. Mortgage.
burg. So. Ca. j -
I SHALL proceed ti sell, on the first
Allonday in September tnest, in the
above stated case at Edgefield Court
lutise, one negru man.
Terms of Sale, Cash.
S. CH RISTIE, a. r. n.
Ang. 12 tf 29
To Planters t.&1erchants.
I BEG innve to liror yon. that I continue
the WAtF.HO14E send COMMISSIoN
BUSINESS at my o'd stnd. knows as the
WVATERL-P'ROOF WARM1-1.-IF:E. Detach
ed as it is from other biiihdn:!., a:- I e-,tii, ren.
dera it 'early as secnre tioin isfire, a- i E -4
fire-prouf. The flo.re hae 1-en levanl ,,ho.
the higi water mark of the gre-t freahet of
IPlahiers: will thus be secured (oenm theC pos;.
bility of loss and damage by freshete.
I avail snyself of the present occa-rinn. to rae
turn iny thuanks to my fiends and patron<. teur
their liberal support during the lpast season, I
azolicit from them and the public genierally. .a
conitinmiance of thii confilelle e.Ind atvure themr
that in return for therr patronage, I ilt uise muy
trest persorml tylrts to ptomste and protect
thiger interests. committed to my charge. In
iaddition to this assentance, I pledge invyecislats
I will in no case purchase a bal ofcotton, di
rectly or indirectly. I will attend personallfto
te sale and forwarding of cotton to Savannmah
or Charleston; also, so the sale oflBacon. Flnnr.
&c. &e., anal to the receiving and forw.ardintg
of goods to thre usp-countr. H~aving a fine
wharf attached so my Wasrehosse, no whiarrug.
will be charged on cotton t., sny enie. eitheer
for sale or to be forwarded to S8ivarnnah or
My conmimai.ns for selling cotton, wilt be
23 cents per hale, and 126 cents for faorward
ing. I will also attend tu the buying of goaods
Very respectfully,you, &c.
Hlambnrg August 2, 1P43
August 9) 6m 28
DR. WV. H. DRON,
SCRGEON DENTIST'. Ak PROFESSOR
O FER81~ his services to the Lgdiesa and
G;entlemen of EdgefldJ snd thesurromnd
iing D)a-tricts. All operations will be perform
ed with skill and neatness.
P'eamanship wilt be taag ht ini various styles,
and on a diplomatic svytaem.
Prices confornasnt with the times. I can lhe
caonsulted ith at Dr. Rt. Griffin's, or at Dr.
Geiger', wvhen not profesuiontally engaged.
References can be seen at this odace.
August 9 31 28
F~ ROM the subscriber near Perry's )e roads.
U.Edgeleki S. C.. in May last, a dark bay
MARE MULE, three years old. monme marks
of the gear when it weant off, ncr other mark ro
colleacted. Any information of the same, and
addressing the subscriber at the above named
office, they will be satisfactorily compensated.
A. L. NICHOLSON.
Au~gust9 St 29
I ElmRY GIVEN that applicatiotr
will he made at the next Session of the
IAgislatnre of this State. tor an Act of Incorpq
ration for the Church at Hlardies, commonly
called Big Stephena' Creek.
August 7 tm 28
lOEL RCPER. Senr., ofldtefield District,
41living on thu Martintown Roadl, two miles
from DuntonsvillIs. tolls before ale ai bright bay
HORSE. eight or nine yerr old. a ssip on the
nose, a small star in thre feee. and bratifed
with a letter R on fhe' shoinder of the mount
iag side, sto other marks visaiblo. A ppraised
at thirty-five dollars.
JOH N HILL. Magistrate E. D.
#5t9j 91 (62 00)' lamlm 21
- heetins ad Skirstags.
44 &4,64 and 124 Brown & bleached
SIIEE11N4GS and SHIRTINGS.
~ Jdsfn50. O. D. FORD.
Hamberg.,April 17 - e 19
A PUBLIC BLESSING.
T UESE PILLS have long been knoethI
and ap recited. for their eitraordiTnary
nnd iminmte powers of restoring perfect
health to perunm suffering under neatly every
kind of disense to which tme human rme as
liablo. They ate particularly reeonmmended to
all those persons who are afflicted %%ith any kind
elf a c:ronte or lingering conplaint, of here Ia
net medicine before the Public whicli has so,
natural and happy effect upon Wie system inI
correcting the stomach and liver, and to the
fomtuion of healthy chyle and thereby purify.
i the blood.
IThey are nckaowledged by the hundreds and
thousands who are using them, to be not only
the most mild amid pleasant in dieir operation,
but the most perfectly innocent, safe and eff.i
cient medicinc ever offered to the publi.
Thomn who once make a trial ofthese Pills,
never aflerwntds feel willing to be without
thcm, and call again and again for more, which
in oulicient pr oofoftheir good qualities.
IEADACIIE-SICK OR NERVOUS.
Those who have suffered band are teary of
suffering with this distressing complaint, will
find Specer's Vegetable Pills a remedy at once
certain and immediate in Its effects. One sin- 1
gle dose of tie Pills, taken soon as the head- s
ache is felt coming on, will cute it idl oue.half
As a remedy in summer and bowel compaints,
they di~play their wonderful powers to tidumi.
ration. and Are far superior to any thing in use
for ilese ernpjlitIs.
In DyspepsIa and I.irer Complaint, the stand 0
tivielled. alany have been enrled in a fewv
weeks. after having suffered under the dread. i
fil complaint rot years. c
1, Iniabrual ('osticeners they are decidedly ,
suiperios to any Vevetable Pill over brought be
f(re the public : and one 25 cnt box will es.
tablish deir surprising virtues. awl place them
beyond the rean of doubt in the estimation of
cverv individuil. I
Tiwev are inv.ihiable in nervous and hypo. r
chondriacal nflectiois, loim of appetite, and all
cimplains to whiclh remales aloei are uubject J
They are- ild lin their action, and coirev
niemosi itummediattn cotiviction of theit 1iltility 0
from the first dose. They may be taken by 1
persoms of any agte; and tie fceble. the infirm,
the nervous and delicate are strengthened by
their operimns. because they clear the system
or bail humtiors. quiet nervous irritability, and I
ntrnriably ptodne" soumnd healtI. (
Ulpwards of three huAdred and screw- thon.
sand bores of themo mnestimable Piils have been
sIld witdin [ie last twelve noths in thiee
States alone. and more than three times the
samne gnanity in other States.
As an ant bilious medicinr, no family should
be without then. A single trial of them is I
more i.aufactory than a thousand certificates.
Ta!dlhdga Springs, Tailadrga Co. Ala.
Agurst 17. 1842.
This is to certify, thmat I hate ieen afflicted
ivith Sick li-ndaclin, Dyspepsia ahd Liver
Complaint. and Custiveness for the lnst eight '
or nine years. fnring which tine I hlad taken.
as well as I recolloct.about sixty boxes of Beck. 5
with's Pill6. twelve boses of Peter's Pill*, and 1
a number of boxes of Champion's and Bran. I
dreth's Pills. all of which afforded me but liule I
or mmn relief. At last I was recommended to try ,
Dr. Spencer's Vegetable PillFand well I did; L
fair I never land but one attkek of the Sick
Ieaoache ailer I commenced taking the Pills 0
(ow nboumt six months,) and I candidly con: I
fess, that I have derived more real benefit from a
the use of Spencer's Pills, than from all the p
other Medicmnes and Pills that I have ever
taken, aid I wouAd earnestly recommend diem
to all as beini mrny opimion, the best medi.
eine in ime for all lingeming complaints, The .
Pills have done me so much good. that I
would not feel willina to be without them for
:*,- dollars a box; amid I cannot hnt feel very
gratelmil to Dr Spencer for having prepared
111171 a vauinble iedicimie, and the uiittribution r:
ot'ut is conmferring a very great favor oflt the
eniliaic. as it ii n thing of thme utmoist importance [
mh-.tt i'-;erv limnilv ihomuld have a supply of Dr.
Spenrcer's triuly' viaimble Pmdis conustaomly on
hand. I.SAAC 31. TihOMAS.
'rice.25 cents per box, n ilh frill directinsa h
obr ane tiv y
HIAVfILAND, RIS8LET & CO.. *
J.DI. TIBlBETS. a
Edgeieuld Court H~buse. ki
Dr. W. WV. GEIGER, d
Au;. IfCherokee Fends, I
VEETAL E'VRA DA
ACERTAIN and effectus' cure for Ague*
amnd Fever; tualso used successfully in the *
treatment of Bilionas Feyer, Nausea, deneral 0
Debility. and Nervous Weakness. - s
'Tho most flattering reenmmendations of this ti
Mfedicine hnve been re/'eived from many emti- g
nent Phlyeiciani amid others who have need it
And it is ptrem'ed that no medicine has ever
been used whose action has been more benefi
cial. plesmnnt amid invigorating, and callqd furth C
fraom nelhicted suf'erers such expressions of
heartfelt gratitude and ihankfulness. Persond
takinig the Pills, soon find themselves refleves "
-Chill broken F Pver gmne ! 8toomchand
head free and healhh ul !!! Strength and ap
petite increasing and, improving, and all ner
Tons weakness tied.
Wheni takeni according to the diretinsr ac
compamny theni, they never fail to cute the Chill
and Fever the first day, and never sicken the I
stomach or operate upon the bowels. , 1
Their actiomi ipomn the whole system is so j
charming. that persens are invariably surprised e
anid pleased with their rapid and complete II
restoration to health. i
- The Pills are jareff ad solely Vegetable ; i1
amid the happy combination ci the ingredients ai
and their proportions are such as to pmodoce a a
medicine which never (ails to relieve wifen r
relief is at all attainable.3
Eack box contains 21) doses of Fills-Price, e
One Dollar. For salagyu
HIAVILAND, RISLEY & CO.. c
Agents, Angusta, Georgia.
E:dg' feleki Court tiouse.
Dr. W. W. GEIGER.
* Cherokee Fends. -
Ang. 16 6in 29
R ESPECTFUJLLY informs his ens
inors, and the publIc generally, ,
that lie is just retrned from Charleston,
with a variety of articles in his line, which
he will dispose of on terms to unit the
mrr r22- f 8
jFULL assortment for sale, at the iamfet
ILCash pricek, by ^ . D
JNO. 0, B.FoD
,Hamnburg, Agrfl14 ff 19 ,
SHERIFF'S SA LE.
B virtue orsundry wrils of Firi IN
cias, I will proceed to se at Ed
eid Court Robse,on the frst Mof4f aja
ruesday ia Septfeutbt note, the fUlbir
Steedman & Mett~t is Bejaahin Bar
on, four hundred aeres ot laod, more or
ess, where defendant livesadjoinEaiIlas
of C hares Holley, and oihers.
Branoon & Mu.,dy vs John C. Thomas.
lab defendants interest in- three hundred
ieres of land, more or les, adjoining lands
af Butte .Howard, and others.
Brannon & Mndy vs Margaret 0
pilvie, three hundred acres of land, more
,r lets, wliere defendant lives, adjoining
ands of Dr. Atkinson and other.
M. W. Gracy and wife Ezeutors ts
;nry Paiterson, one hundred ad thirty
icres of landmore or less,where defeidaht
ives, adjoining lands of John Price, Mat -
;arct Ogilvie and others.
W in. K. Lindsey vs Wm.Chfes Cary.
. Sneligrove and Wm. Corley, eighty
our and three quarters acres of 1andmore
r less, ldjoining lands of Robert Price,
oin Rbinehart and other.
John Cothran survivor vs Elisabeth
lebillian, the defendants interest in two;
iundred aeres of hind, more or lessthefe
he now lives, anxd adjoining lands of Jobir
rrapp bad others.
John Cotbran. survivor, vs James Mc
lillian, the defendants interest in twa
nndred acres of land, Mateor lessN where
liv7heth McMillian lives, adjoibing land*
f John Trapp and others.
P. A. Scranton vs Robert Jennings, ad.
sinaatrator, one hundred and thirty acres
,f land, more or less, where nusley Cal.
in lived, up to the time of his death, ad.
>ining lands of Cheeley Wells aid others.
Minor W. dracy vs William Brides &
L T. Moore, administors, four hundred
cres of land, more or'ies, adjoinig lands
f Jacob Long aul Wilson Shealey.
R. B. Boukeight vs Ahbam E. Moore,
ohin I. Moore and Allen GifTith. two
undred and forty four neresofland, more
r less, adjoining lands of Ephraim Shea
y. . T. Meore a.td others.
M. T. Mendendall. vs .Wm. W. Wit
am, three hundted and thirny acres of
and, more or less, It being a part of the
oker Spring Tteet, adjoiling lands of R.
1. Rogers, tife estate of Was. Elliotte.
ie estate of R. H amilton and other,.
J. Miller 4 John Boyd and Edinind
loyd, four hundred acres of-landiahir
:ss, where Ed.tadd Bdyd liet, adjoin
1g lmnds of J. . Mirrus and others..
J. D. Nance vs Charles Powell, the
ract of land, where defendant lives$ ad.
sining Dudley Iountree and others.
B. F. Goudy T. C. ts John Marsh, the'
-act of land, wherb defendadt ives,1ying
a Horse Creek.
Edmund Tate ts RIudolph Carter,. ther -
awe va the ste J. D. Crone &Co. Ts:
1e sane , David M. Dunbar vs the same;
lichael Georty vs the some, Lewai
:llzey arid Eltdabeth Caner, five hon
and acres of land, more or less, adjoini
inds cf John Wise, Win. 8. Howard a -
thers, the property of R..Carter Charles
,amar vs Julius Howard, Jomn Howard
nd Rudolph Carter, %ie above described
roperty of R. Carter.
S. CHRISTIE,,. s. t..
Aug.9 4 28
State of South Carolina.
letcher Hobbs, & others, by )~
their next friend, vs. li
aura A. Hlobbi. & others. **I -I
IY virtue of an ord~er iirain thae Court of
Chlancery, 1 ahall offer for male to the
ighest bidder, dt Edefeld Conrt House, on
ae frst Dlbtdif tn Setember nest. the real
'tate of Barrel E. hobs deceased, consisting
r three tracts of fand, Situate in the Distriec
tdJ State aforesaid, as followrs, via: one Itral
uown ad the litn Creek tract, containin two
uandred and eighty acres, more or teas, on
ed by lands ofJohis Bones, Marihall Stedham,.
euben Landruin; Philip Powe. and B. Cor
y; cne other tract known da hai Brkhalter
at, containing four hitud d and forty aes,
ore or less. l hrg a on ar Dam Creek,
id beneaded blands of Reulea Landruai.
Fitey Wells; osph Fergersota, and otheres
id cn'e olhtf ttact of land kaiwn as the CeO;
etnawn tract, epnlaining pir hundred atrs,
ore r lesr. ad botrnded by laiidd of the es,
ze of James E. Dawsn, and by lands of the
tate oflJhn Anders#6. rc'd. Te.saidtreas
land to be did le'iratelg, 6 a' b redit of
ms, two and three year.. tzd ie easts 6
sir. which mach he paid in e t, #itisers
give bands and paerstanil deensiiy and sod
age. of the preises to deteoe'th purchase'
lay aissesion noi to be given etil ther
Jay or Januarf next.
.3. 'TEIiRT, c. u. a. n.
Edgeleld. Aug..7, J845.
AngstMt9 4 28
State of South Carolina,
1f. Nicholson. ) 3M fer '2i
vs. duife to .La;
klred N. Coleman, & othaer.- 4'.
[Y virtne of an tvder from the Coerto6f
LChsnar, hahallof'er forealetoths
it bidder, at dgefield Court floese, on'
rat Monddy In september next, a 'a t er
al estate of Edward Coleman, dse'. eo'asist
reor less, titne ate Disri nd 0se
r, John Perry. Daniel Liv~ton, Renai'
lorgan, Z. 8. Brood n 4~u ein a rilt
f twelve months, ' ipaadaito give bond
ad personif seenrity, and to paf in cash the'
pata of the si.
- J. TERRY. c. a. s..
digefield, Augusti, 184'1.5
Augast9 4t 28
TaTe7' OF S. CAROLiA
IN THE COMMON PLEA& .
harwie Moors & Co.
H E Plaintiffs having thus dy6h th'air
declarationinthiisease, n iOd~ee, amid
Ics defendant having no .wf6i.atgorey
nown to b. within thus Stat, ois
sy rsmid declarattien, wi*a isi
a serted: It Is order~ed, detha tea.he
ati do pihi the saiddelrii,.thn
ear anid a'day froms thbs publeatiomn of athsr
ler, feinal ad absolute jailigeet will be
wanled against him. .
GEEPOPE, e. c. p.
rfne Ofr Oct. & irv da