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- &A CALL TO THE PEOPLE.
Sons C. PuLez.
Awd ~ ~ oeft Cries
-b ire und son:
Pim~lug, deganding sleep arise,
gv-in be begun:
y -elo ofyomr name,
shadow of your fame,
- ca s~op o wat yeare T
2 mjad~asauersof OPPressiOn's car!
health and life,
nuborddi brunt of strife,
ye not bled for wortbless things,
ntConebines and kmngt?
llaiwe not toiled for all?
A$ il thissadz hour.
W~i the grap of power I
'Awake! but not in mpeid your breath
In unavaili i;e
Awake! bt giMo-deal in death.
rtiue, cainage, blood and fire;
Awakel but Uikto hurt the brand
onu round the land.
all our hope expre;
LeTnageafce rise amidst the gloom,
To u.ye to a deeper doom.
~~~e beare -
- thii ein thle air
who, J0as4ike. I-etray,
igh Anarchy. 'he way
Tdaeons and tip gravesf;
k no great reform.
taid lne tonet quell thle stortu
imorAl nhood ,hSong.
with ental might.
warm ersuasion on vour tonguie.
To the cause of lbgb:;
Leteases. cenete in the soul,
Yowild-and wandering thoughti control,
1, ige ie ttn life and light:
maopast Ie1gth to gi4
have soqght in va.
future yet shall are.
Sir world or thine.
wis, and gisod and free.
theiir blert detsign:
of Truth. leni Overenst,
- udle into day at .
_Iw, bondiese, and dIivine ;
shall walk te frpitfil sod,
wohy of his God.
The berper Awakened.-An eccentric
nd aged nuister, wio recently died at
.., alrputr VMass., Mr 31ilton-was re
fore the general asttontion to ,the
" 'f hIs hearers during service.
ho b wed even during the dc
iry of aours ; and .then the in
uiiliar way in which lie would address the
del sat was quite edifying. lie was
ence '"ching on a warm afternoon.when
hes sa a' rithioner sitting in the first
- ' rg 'asleep. The first name of thi
.tieman was Mark. Perceiving Iis in
.atet;on to the discourse, the preacber
enddenly stopped - in the nidst of a son
w.seee ad elevating his voict, to the high
est 'l~u exclaime(h *' Mark.!" As ii
~tuiceinby a thunderbolt, up jumps the
awakened delingnent in the midst or the
tuioo, his mouth wide open, won
'~who called him and (or what ;
bwile 'the preacher, dropping his voice,
wept calmly on, and finished the follow
u rg uotation from Scripture, as if' it form
,pr of his sermor--'hark, I say,
pretman, and behold the upright,
s nthend of tbat man is peace."
':' eFjd 'oze.-The Commer
euAdvuatsays : Within a few days
SseveraI ,al uablo coins have becn
inf ipoughed field on the battle
* poaof $~ratoga. A mong thenm was a
,etpVO~m2D~p8Oe. of the relgtn of Wit
Ms~a~hazyand in one Oeo a guinea
ofgee 1775. appearing perfeet
~iy~eaa4 righ, with several Spanish
- isrs'a oioder date. which were much
tkeeby their place of deposit. In
huilmpedtate vicinity of these coins, was
- pua thigh hone, from which it was in
- W~dthathe money was depiosited in the
.$~d~spocke't or the ufrtunate owner.
* ~ lVsOuttidig Accuns.-A
- ~ Sdaccontan t ten dollars each,- a
lignit on thousand dollars-a hapd'
msmed.if'a thesu-timse, were it all collec
4 The same pumber at five dollars
insisammat tafivdthousand dollars.
Sb a n ef n,.re sabscriber tora pa
~s onlbe done by, and
-W ihstoldlen rue-eaicel at once
a ecount, be it more or less
noUt be theaeo6fthe thou
p bn hitred,'or even the My,
'~athaktha l~ps~ ho detbt is
flittle oa~ ttEtprio
- 6~t ini the 'a o
bu at obap it may concern.
- ~ er~ ,& bale-Oue .onsub
a the Charlegoif )
was discontanued in March,'
- ly sents psage ez:
lahomat~ of palaipal and
dustabg that it would have
~ t'~has been hard
1 des iint asked if uenna!y
rele es; audJ
u4 thi j
H tE undesgned taku inasmretizd ol mn
V iormin; their fiads and the piblic gun
erdiy. tuat wney havt nwow on hand alid itst
altltty receivin; tesh supplies of articirs i
their ar., consiJstig it part ot the fullowing;
3 p . U!gm.: if.liemp, Tow an
G ninny. -'k i wo 4,f IItsches wvide.
1W o u; 4! 3 1160. ',i allah4.
J dor, K:.tjcky ite-up. .j inch.
I" bate Csa.l :,Cu. sdOiG
%6 h~ed!-. Z-.gjF, ,a .Al etuahitc.
N. Viieias da. iii :blis.
401 sitka iivcriol aI:. very large siz
30,M00 ibs. L.scusa, . .L.p..tir aiti:c aiOn
aa well curut.
60 keg. ada, ah bizes.
50,000 as. Sweed xurs.. eory size.
30 kegs U sunpowder, Dulout's.
Togethex vmau L-at agas, Te, tpet C11
dies,Vihiges, Ptyger, -sptce. Dusneauc t.sood
Wiiouw (la, Soap, Itsacc., AIce. wil
every arucle kept III out 'iusineas, Mich wi
be sold Tery low to correspuod wads the - ha
Orders rwn our friends wall be promptly 0
tended to, and the goods sent at the iOML
market price. We solicit most respectfull,
alt orders foR Bagging and Itupe. and bball :
weys send tiecm to correspond im quatty to ti
order describing the article.
We return our thanks to the public lior the
kind patronage. and beg a continuance of the
favor. - OW1ARD&GAlM.MNY.
Hamburg, July22 co4t :'i
L. JEFFERS having this day connet
q ed himself withs Dr. J. F. O;R H f Fl:
in tie WAREHOUSE and CO33liS:S10
BUSINESS, begs leave to return his Aiuce
thanks to his friends and customiterti, fur I
tery liberal share of patronage heretolore b
stowed upon haimIlf, and hopes C:e same wv
be continued to the firm of If. L JEFFEL
& CO., to whose advertisemetit below, I
begs leave to refer. July 19, 113j.
AND CU313llS*ION BUIESS,
Hamburg. S. C.
T M subscribers have this day foriimed
,o-partnershitp for the transaction of 11
above business in all its !araiche, nder 11
name and style of H. L JEFFERSl & C(
They are now building, and will have epiujl
ed by the 1st of sept next, an caessire as
coammodisas WAREHOUSE imnediately t
the paiticipal street leading autu town, remo
from all danger by fire, and entirely abo1
high water anark, which w ill be a safe ad ct
venienit depository for Coun. Merchandiz
&c., confided to their care. They offer the
services to their friends and die public geiner
ly, as agents for the sale of Cotton, Flour. B
con. &c.; the purmhase e>f goods to order, r
cris qp,- and forwarding mserchanadize, u:ot i
nod ipping Cotton. &c. &c.; aml promni
strict and prompt attention tu all orders L
businest addressed to them.
The subscribeus having pledged theimseln
not to speculate in Cotton, on their own a
count in any way whaitever, arm prepared
give their undivided .ittention to the interest
their.custonwrs, and from the long and wet
known experienace of one of the partners i
the practical part of the Commission bu..ines
they taope to receive unsd tnerit a share of pu
lie patronage.. 11. L JCFFEIt,.
J. F. GRIFFIN.
Hamburg July 29, 1I-2.
Augtu 2 if 27
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COURT 0' OIWIX.Ii V.
William Wise. Admin'tr.
of Ien, -MWie.
W UH ER ' William Wise, Administ
tor of Henry Wise, has removed d.
thii State withat having accounted for kum a
ministration, and wh,-reast 31oms Sn cannget
one or the sureties of rsid ndiiiitratur, Is
applie.d to mne for relief on the premis~es: TFhe
are thetefore to sutummn and require thme .a
William Wise. andministrator of limur y Wie
and his. surteties, Msem Swearingen, anti Les'
is Jonmes, to appear at may oflice on the 8th d:1
of Novembser niext, at 10 o'clock, to render
accouint of said administration, and abide sur
further order or decree as may be made in ti
OLIV ER TOWL.. o. r.. t'.
Ordinary's Ollce, 8th August, 183
State Of SOuth CarOlina.
B Y OI.IVEIL TrOWLES. Esqjuir
*Ordinary of Edgefield District.
Whereas, Jacob Long, hiath applied
me for Lette of Administration on all at
singular the goods and chattels, right
and credits of Mazrgdret Baniks, late
the District aforesaid, deceased.
'C'hese are, thcerore, to cite and adm
ish all nad singular the kindred and cre~d
tore of thi said deceased, to be and appel
before me, at our next Ordinary's Cou
for the saud D~istrict to be holden at E~do
field Court House on tho 21st inst., 181;
to show cause, if ny, why the said Aa
tainistrution should not ho gransted.
Giveu under my hand and seal this 71
day of' Auguist, one gousandl eight hur
dred and forty three, and in (lie sixty s:
venth year of A meriepin independence.
0. TOWV.ES. o. i:. p
August 7, 1843. [$2 l2] 2t 28
~90 Dollars Reward.
T BE above reward will be puaid biy tl
subscriber, t) aniy person or persoi
who will give such inforsnation as will lend
thecdiscovery of thme thief or thieves, whomm stol
from his room, at the Plantep Hotel. E. C. II
on the night of the 30th* of yisly, Mia4, the fe
lowing Notes aini Mfoney, vi:
oe One Not5, on G. L& E. Penn & Co., date
April 2nd; 1842,.for $3Cd 00.
Otto Note on C. II. Goodman, date not ri
.colleeted, for $l00 00.
One Note-on Rihd Ward, date not rce
hectd. for*$t2 00.
fnd about $e6in SMoney.
All personssare forbi trading for the abovy
.otes as payment has beens st.p ed.
August 2 ;it 27
Drought to the..Jail
O F this District a negr man, wh
-J ealls himself HARRY, five feet 44
wnbes high, of very black complexion, a
lieut ears of age; maya he. raniaway
?konur.rW~eeks, of Barawell District
fout ties from Aiken, about the 18th o
J'3Ugles.Tbe owner is requested to co-n
tEr. wd poe property, pay charges ani
tiske a, otherwiseohe will be dis
.p..e~f ae~ugto law.
"sn 9 Th r f~vf 25rg
State of South Carolina.
C(OsVIIuIt.3 st .111v, 184:. 1
By liis Excefletwav. JAMES I. IL~itNomo. Fsq..
Governr aad Comnander-in-.Chef, in and
over the :ttate of Soth Carolina:
y W ll.R EAS. infoetunion fs been receiv
TV ed at ths Departmtent. that Atflrocilong
murder wa, committedl in Darlington District.
on the- let uilt. bv F .I'NCIS LAWSON
and EVERETT I.AW-"ON. his son.,on the)
foody of jows Srams ofscaiel District. and that
lte maid Fianc'iez Laws-on la fled from jnstice.
Everett Lawson ha# isg been a pprehenided and
ds now im jail:
d Now know ve, that it, the end justice may
he dane. and iiat the said Friacis Lawsuni ay
be brought to legal trial. for his offence asafor
t said. I do hereby otTer a reward of One lan
' dred and Fifty Dollars for his apprehension
i' and delivery in any jail of this SatL-. Fratncie
Ie Lawen is described as bein: about 35 or 40
.venes of age. abouat 5 feet , iinchet high, square
.r -built. salbew cmpilexion li~tb t hair.a little how
It I legged lhi. under lip laecgx dn11va a little. aetd
i4 -aid to have a scar, or -ars onl ihis body oc
casioeed by a burn.
Given ntder aty hand and the Peal of the
State, at Cohlitmbi., the 3ist July. A. Di.,
one lhouseand eight hundred a'nd forty
N' tIh-re, and in, the sixty-eigih year of the
re )Iderl1endence of lte 'nited States of
a- J. 11. HAMMOND. Governor.
Rt. Q. P3srvumr, Secretary if State.
Angost 9 ~ t 2
()ae.It Ne lol.-cIu.M, i li.a July, 1I43.
S ) mnuch of orders dated. hIead Qartera
Clubnlian. 1'th Jun. 1813 relate to the
halaaadu ;th 61egu1netents or lfiantry, ae le're-liv
a counmttermanlded, tiley will par.:de as folleows,
,e The Sih Regiment at Morrows old field, on
. Tie-day fle 12th of Septenber.
A- The 6th Reg'maent at .Lomax. onl Thursday
d ale 14th oef Septembei. The Olicera andi
n tinn.commn)risionied oflicers will assemble the
te day pareVionl- st their regimental parade ground,
e for drill and instruction.
n Tie General in con.nnl of the division
c, and tiha lrigadier Generals will, with hecir
ir suite attend the re.iewre.
i. The Brigadier General cf Infantry wall ex
a- tend usix order.
e. By order of the Conmnander-it chief:
.. J W. C.%N'.rY. Adja. & Im-p. ien.
.I. g7- To be paublished in all the papers lciatedi
a1 within ihe lerigales -,rderel out for review,
and to continue until the reviews are over.
-. July 19 9t 1'
A . CoLUMsu, lith July. 1843
itOrdIer Ne. -.
T 1 IE feollowing iegimenss of Cavalry will
parade for Review aid Drill as follows,
The Sit R egiment at the Limestone Spring".
on Saturday the"1'2ta of August. or-near tie
Glenn's Spiings. ona Thursday the 17th of An
gaei. an the Major General meay direct, lae re
porting to the Commander in-L'hief the place
. selected Iby the 1st of August.
The Ist stc;iment, at a place to be aelected
lay the General inI command pfthe Division. oim
Thureday tho 7th Sepiteiber. lhe! reporting to
the Commander-in4 L1eiftsy the ~tha of A ngast.
The 2d tegimsaetet at L.ongires. ouv aturday
the 14,th1 Sepgte-iber. The coioasestioned and
n6ona-comnascI ned-Ce1aee- otlicers will amvsisile on tle
a- day parevionsa fur irill aned itntructiou, at the
in Ie-:enatal cPrade, Grunid'.
d- Thme Gene-rauls ins cumiamad of ifhe "ila oand
, 1st ihviioncd. w'ill extende thsi, orer. :iaml atiesnd
is a ithe thae-ir suesite thet lleaiewrs.
met 1y osrde-r fC thme Comemansder.in Ciit,.
hi J. W. (CAN~lim.
A, 1jt. & Icus. G;ru'.
v. L'i' 1T4 be p'h:bli.lhe'd in cell ta pr loatn.
iv ed wtithain thle Brigadeesordeed out fur review,
lea anid mu ceonticnne unau' the reviews acre over.
'h Jnly 19 9___________
** General OrderN.
Ceslumnbia, 15th Jane, IS-43. j
.. (VIIE lollowmig IEGI3IENTS will1 parae
.3 ier itet icaw aced Drill, at iae talaes and
places herein ated, viz:
The 45th Ktgimnenatjit the urnst F'actory. on
e'. Satuirdeay the iaha of Augstt.
T1he 36thm lieagimaent at Timnn~s' old fcieId oct
tTueseday the 22nd uf Angnt.
d Thesa Ia' ltegimnett Blrutona', on Saturday
lte 2thh of August.
s' 'The ;kd fegactetnt at Toney's old Store, on
af Tues~day the 2tith of Ausgust.
The 5tha Regimenit at Hunte's, ona Thursday
in th lct. of Anagust.
i. Thec 2nad llegimcent at flal~s on Saturday
r thme 2nmd oef eptembter.
rt Thae42n'd Regismnt at Ilintns, on Tuesday
The 4thi Reimen tt at Virrennce. ocn Satur
day th~ tth of Septrmnber,
- T 'he 8th, iegituienrt at Ilorrowt's old fiel-d, oct
IThu ersdaty thce 14th oef Sep:tembet.
hi The6t'h ilegitent at lomcax's, on .satturday
the 16th of( Se-pte. bcr.
. Thme 9ta 1ietgimenct at Lowte's. oct Tuesdaya
the 19ths of $e pemtber.
The 101th Ite:imaeent at Rlcardlson'e, on
Thutirseday the 21st of eptemhses:
Thme 7th e'gimsent cct ihe Old Wells, ean Sa.
tutrdasy the 2i3d of Septemetber.
e 'l'he Commnissionsed acid temn-comnaesciiune'd
ohlicere 'ciil assemble etc rheit rc-reems lHei
menitl dauter ;:rocicds. forcdiil: taed inL-:rct tieon
on Theda pr-avieus toe thaeir revsewa.
Tie.lajor G;enter~la arel Biri:'-dr i'nme
rails will. with the'ic cate atteend cs the renes
within their co aieI.ds.
d| Thce Brigsdier Generta an.. charged watha
the e~atiaon of tlis aider so far as relates to
thece- respective ik igades.
By ord,-r oef trie Conmmsander-m chief:
.f. W. CANTEYt Adjt.&lcnsp. Gen.
11 To ''. be publishaed in all the. Uere.located
witlain tice Brigades o'rdered outl or recviewv.
and teo cotntinne until the reviews are over.
J Junt. 28 . 2
- a 1Ist lsth e JS . je. c. If.
Ede'eied, Ity ietii. 1843.
aORDFxrt No -
IIN obedience to atn order froms ia he'cman
-..der-int-chief, the followliag legime'nts of ga
valry..will parade at the times anid places hero
in staeted, viz:
STie 1st Regimenstat Old Pecndletona Village,
on Thuredaay thae 7th Sept..
'The ed ltegiamenet of Cavalry at Longmnires,
Ion Saturday the 16th Seplt. --
Thte cocdwiiioneud and ttnt.commissioc~i
officer. (corporals iclcudesd) will as~mible the
day previous-for drill. and instruetiott.
'Tbe dif'ision aut Brigadesstalf, willatmend
the reviews of the. diVius@e.7e
By order of Brig. tGeacI~L Bonhatm.
iCoastmandcag et Dvso
It -- 48. L.OR R,
I DePp. Aeh't.Ge.
m~t., tai9o or
G.uXMLA, td June, 1843.
ORoku Nao. -
A N Election for a.ijor General to fill the
yacancy Occassioned by ifh, reasignsatront of
Major Genecil George Mclinlie of the Fort
Division, will take place on Saturday the 3ti
of Sept.nber nexL The Brigadier Genieral-1
of the Division are required to extenid this or
der to their respective Brigades. and make a
returni immniediately ther.fter, to the Adjuiant
andl linspector General's. departmen~rt al Colum-s
bin. the result of said election.
By order of the Conmander-in-Chief.
J. W. CANTEY,
Adj't. k hasp. Gren'l.
July 5 1:t 23
(E- To he puilisplid in all the papers in the
Division until the election.
2XN R IcoXa9st CAvar.r,
July ith, 1843.
ORDER No -
IN obediemnae to orders from Brig. Gen'l
Boinn an election for Slajorof the lowei
battalion of the 2nd Reginent ('avalry, will be
held on Saturd-ty. the 26th or August next. te
fill tile vacancy occasioued by the resiFnatior
of Liont. Col.'Munly. Each Cap!, will give
lie legal notice within his own l nils.
ly order of Col. JAS I.C. SROUL.
July 19 Ct 25
Reg'tI. Head Quarterns,
E* ooErnxL. Juy 3, .143
Order" Sn. 12.
T11 E Upper Battalion of the sovethl R
.Lgimnat inatantry, 8. C. S1., is hereby fly
dered to Parade at the P'iie Ilouse, on trSa
turday the 2d ofrSeptenmber next, for brill ao<
Review. The otlicersi and non-comisiones
ollcer., will nzmenble the day previflus fo
Drill and Instruction,
The Seventh Regiment will Parade at din
Old Wl'. onl the 23d Septenher, the office
and non-conaissioned officers the day pre
LOUIS T. WIGFALL.
CoL 7th 1rg'. lunf. S. C. J.
July5 12 *23
Ormrt No. -
I IlE filloiwig Companies will parade ro
.3 r ill and Inastructioii at the times ano
places herein stated. in the Upper Battalion n
the Seventh Regiment, South Carolina M1ilia
The Fdisto Beat Company, on Saturday di
5th of August next.
Tie Shaw's Creek Beat Company, on So
tarday the 12th tofAugust next.
The Horne's Creg Beat Company, on Sa
turday the 19th of Augult next.
Th'e Conrt lonse Beat Company. on Sa
turday the 19th of August next.
The Captaims are charged with the ctentioi
af li., itt er. so fat as relate-i to their rcspec
By order ot
Lt. vol. M, Reg't. hnf. S. C. M.
July 5 Ft 23_
Edgefield Beat Company,
- Assemble at your usual Compan
rendezvous, on Saturday the 19th c
August next. ru laustruction & Drill
armed and equippcd according 1
An Election will be held at th
uamue tie and place for a First Lieu
tenant to fill a vacancy.
L.ieut. Ramey, Sergeants Bacoi
and Cogburn, will'manage the elc
By order of Lt- Col. Sam'l. Po9ev,
CHAS. A. MEIGS, Captain.
July26 4t 26;
New Spring and Summer
T lE Subscrb.ers have jnst received, an
nar nw ollutig lto their customers art
the pantalic generally, a full amid well selecue<
Fancy & Stapic Dry Goods,
Coumpjrising escry va'riety of Goodsa ina thei
line, auiiedl tao the Spring and Suimmaer trade
which the'y will sell at prices tot stuit the timesa
A t.so-A general arsairtmnent of
Groceries, Hlardware, flats,
SShoes, &c. &c.
wich will be ,aald at prices which catinot fai
tao givsat isfaction to those who may fasvorr then
wvithi their patronage~. We' were~ indaucedl h.
the present rediucedl prices of Gipoda, to iunake
heiavy purchases, wshich enables us to of'e;
stronig mrduneets to purchasers. We arn
determinedf to maelI, and liet those who doubi
aiur ability so please them, call anmd see.
We alsao continnema the businesa.s of
Mininery & Mnnhuamaklng
undter the supaermtenadence of Mrs. C. .al
DO(WD, amid having rece'ived a new supply
of Goods stited to' that branch of trade nirs
prepared to execute~ all ktnds of work withi
tnearnuess anid deaspntcha.
Orders froun die ecountrr promptly attended
to. BLAND & BOUTLER,
A pr il 1-2 tf 11
T IE .Subsenbe~rs re.'pectfuilly inform theil
old censtoutera' an:l the public generally,
that they are now receiv.ing ad opening their
5pring A &euamer' Goods#
E~iianamy a gem:sral asortmnenl of
Faney & Staple Goods,
HATVS, 8hl10ES, & ;:lCERIECS.
Ilt ining dlispo-edl at dh- gre'ater par, a lIei
ohal et-- k. ther~ nre no~w abl- to a.lYer .m.aI brias
r'aema s ,tock of Goos, whliai ahey asa4 sell
at prices to' suit the tintres.
G. L. & E. PENN.
A pril 12 It 11
New Spring and Summer
11H E .mibscribers are no0w receiving from
Na w York. their*
Spring & Suammer Goods,
Emubrucinug alsn overy article usu.ally kep'
In iks uarket. h~lave. selected our Goods
with gre~at care, and retinest our eastomert,
and the puiblic generally. tao call andl examino
for thaemselves, anid see that the prices dii cor
re'spondl withi dhe times. WVe are thaukfual for.
put fuavors, and hope by strict attentioun to bu
smnesa to mnerit a conrttauni:ce.
PiIESLEY & BRYAN.
A pril 12, 18431. , tf 11
TFH E U. 8. DISTRICT COUfRT,
Drs-ragcr or-Souma CaRotJt1.s
IX B.ANK RUPTC Y.
IN the mutter or Dainiel Hoyt. Mechanme
3.formerly of New York, now of Abbevilla,
District, South Carolisra. a Jiankrurpt.
Pursuant to ant Order of the District Court
if the United States, for the District of South
Carolina, Notice is hereby given, that cause be
shewn berore tho said Court, at the Fede~ral
C'ourt Houso in Charleston, on the ninth day
af September next, at eleven, o'clock, A. M.,
slhy the. said DanieL Hoyt, should not re
:eiVe his isichuag and Certifiesteas a Bak
Cht~arleston, 12th da of' June. 1$43.7~
- . Y. GRAY, Clerk.
IT Ita :ubv-rLtbra rsce ;fietly influrn their
frocds an tile a1113C. t),h:uLr 16y have re
cived : ,..-ge siod #rtsh 4ilY of GODS.
PA:lect,-, iy ue of the fino, i. Ne'v Yo;rk, os.
tol, Piladep !i., ialtinore .aind Charle-o,,.
which i. :ada-tion i,. their former stock. cou.
prises th-larget anud best -4:osrtflent of' 4 .uoaIs
c'.er utfereu in tis narket. coi.uniing in peirt
40 abda. Porto Rico. New Orleans and
St Croix Sugars,
350 bag, Itio. Luba, Porto Rico. St. Do
mingo. Java. and Mocha Cttfee,'
74) hhdas. WVest Iudi-a Slulansses,
10 tierces Cuba do.
5 hbis. New Orleans do.
70,000 lbs. Bacon. Iams,,Sidae& Shoulders,
&000 " Swede Iroi, assorted sizes,
5,000 " English do.
3,00)" Band and Hoop Iron,
:1,000 " Nail llods & Hlorae 8aees!ha pe:-,
2,000 " Cast, German. & Ulistered Steel,
200 settas Wagon Boxes, *
1,700 sacks Salt. (bleached sacks,)
2,000 bushels Salt, in bulk,
500 pieces lemp and Tow Bagging, 43
to 46 inches wide,
250 pieces Gunny Hagging.
i,oUllbs. Bagging Tiwoe, ( Weaver's,)
150 cos Manilla Bale Itope,
100 do Hemp do do
5,00 lbs. double retined LoafSuigar,
:,000 " " " crushed do.
3,000 '- powdered do.
1,100 "i ngle retined Loaf do.
2) hoxes Turpie:ie St:ap.
10 " Sperm Candles,
20 e ifull's patent 'undies,
5 tierces freih ground lir.e.
2,000 lbs. White Lead No. I Union lills,
25 bbl. Canal Flour, (choice brand.)
40 doz. dining. parlor, rockuig and
7 cases flats and Cal',
150 cask' Stone Lime. (in tine order.)
20 kegs Dupont's FF g Powder,
1,00) lbs. Bar Lead,
40 boxes Winduw GIVa tx10 & I10J2,
130 bags Shot, nsortcdMizca-,
2,MO pairs Shoes,
Tea, Pepper, Spice, Gincr. Chocol.ate. Cmn
namon, Ahnsonds. Starch, Nutmiegs ule chew
ing Tobacco. Negro Cloths, BlIruke4s' shoe
Thread, Cotton Yarn. Cottonts Cards. Wool
Cards, Tacks, Sieves, Plough Lines. 1l1*go,
Madder, Blue Stone, Copperaw, Epsow Salts.
Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil, a (Puperaur aticle.)
Trace Chains, Fifth Chains, !.iwoothing Irons,
brass bound cedar iluckets, horse Liuckets,
Pails, Tqbs. Keelers. Wi'low Wagons, nests
Mleasures, Feathers, &c. &c. &c.
SIhLEY & CRAPON.
H amburg, July ?. M.4!1. if 23
S-eof South Carolina.
ABIWIL LE DISTRICT.
IN THE COM.UON PI.EAS.
JOlIN IV. McKELL.R. who is i the cus.
tody of the Sheritf f Abbeville District by
virtut: of two v rits of capias ad saiisfaciendum,
at the- suits of James 11. Giles and Wilson &
Lomax, having filedt his petition with a ache
dule. on oath, of his whole estate, real and per.
sonal, for the purpode otobtaiing the benefit
of the Acts of the General Assembly, cow.
wonly called the huasolvent Debtors Acts
Public Yotice is hereby given, that the peti
tion of the said Joht*W. MtcKellar will be
heard and considered in the Cosurt of Common
Pleas for Abbeville District, at Abbeville Court
House, on the sixteensth day of October nex:, or
such other day theieatier as the Court mav
order during the term. commcncinigut the said
place. on the third Monday of October text,
and au the crditors or the said John W. Alc.
Kellar, are hereby summoned personally or by
their attorneys, to appear then and uhere in
the said Court. to shew caue. if any they can.
why the benefit of the Acts aforesaid ,4hould
1t' be granted to Ihe Paeid John W. M.Kellar,
upon his executing the astignment required
by the Acts aforesaid.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Ofce, 19tha 3Jay, 1r43. .
State of' South Catrolinxa.
F.DGEIFIE LD D18T RJCT.
r IN TilE COMM.\ON PLIEAS.
Q 1. WV. Di. L. MILLER. who hasa. been
* arrested, und as now routiaed within
the hounds of the Jail of Fsdgefild Distiict, by
virtue ofa capias ad satisfaui,-ndtum, at the suit
ofiJamnes Caaanady, havh.: iledl hi.' petition3.
Iwith a schedule on a atha.o his whole estat,- anid
effeocts, witla a view of objtaiuinng thet. benefit of
thu Acts of the General A.-arbly, comnuaonly
called the ln.-olvenat Debtors A -ts.
Public antice is hereby ;::ven. tInt the- p.:ti.
tion ofthu .satd 5. 31. W. D). L, 3leu w:ll be
heard in the Court of Commaaon Piece for IEdge.
tield District, at Edgefield Co,:rt Iiouu'e, on
WVednesday the fourth day of October anest, or
on such othaer da.y as the Court shall oerd,-r. dtar
ing the term commnuccing' on the first Monda)~
in October niext, at sai'h place; zandl all the cre
ditors ofsaid 5. 31. Wi. D. L. Sille', are haere
by i'tmaumieid either pe:rsonally or by their at
ternecy, then and there. ins said Cotmt. te she'w
cause, if any they crana. why the benefits oh thes
Acts aforesaid abotild not hi' cr antcd to. the sid
S. 31. Wt. D. L. Stiller, iupone hits executi;: th,.
~sgnment required by the Acts afre..uid.
L~gricl C.II. GF.O.' POPE:, c. c r.
~24th 3Match I".43.
Junu2': (*17 6:?i) 3:ni "'
Staite of South i aPa'lina,
IN Thl CO.MM11N PLE4S.
JOIIN :1 A R511, asho is in-te custody
of tihe Shieriff of &hgefseld District.by 'irtu,
ot a 'erit of ca pias ad s-tisfaciendsut, at lthe sit
of 0"-ens & F-inley, fir theusecof 8. Ov~en,
having filed esd his petitiona ina m:y office, with a
1schedule on oath, of his whole estate real and
personal, for the purpose of obtaining thae
beetilt of the Actf Gneral Aeeby com-.
Public Notice is hereby prven, that the pati
trout of thme said John alarsh will be heard and
considered an the Court of Common Pleas fa,
Edgeaeldi District, at Edgefield Court ifouse.
the seconad day of Oc'ober next. or such
er da~y of thet next term feor said Court ..a
said Court meay direet; antI all the creditors of
said John Mlarsh are her.:by summonedl to ap.
pear then and there in the said Court. to show
cautse. if any they can, why the benegit ' f the
Acts aforesand shouald not be pfantted to thet. said
John Mlarsh, upon his ktaming the tassign.
mnent reired by the0 Acts afoireasaid.
GJEO. POPE, c- c. r.
Clerk's Ofrie, June 2t6. 1813
June 28 ($17 6?24) 3mt 22
TilE U. 8. ODT.1RICT1 COURT,
DISTRtICT OF' voUrnt: AILOrLIA.
IN ?.I NKRUPTCV.
I N the Mlatter oh Mfartin Posey, late a Mfiller,
Enow a f'armaer of EdgefiebtI District, 8. C.
a Bankru pt,. o f th-itic or
Puraatat to an..trde: fteDsrc or
of the Unitedl dtates, (or the Djstrict of~outh
Carolina, Notien inhereby given. that cause bo
shewn before the said Court, at thie.Federal
Court fona.. in Chniriesmn, c:alto ninth day
of Septmber next, at ehevelh o'clock, A. AU.,
.wby a id blartin Posey, should not receive
bsiwlarge as a Bankrupt.
Chargleston. Isth day of June, 184!3.
Ii. Y. GRAY. Clerk.
Brought to the Jail
' thpi i D ti rict a negrop man, who
.clls hlimell JACUKSON.five feet2
incacs high, vc y laisck complexion. ahout
30'yeors ale, his left le; shorter than the
riulit. .v., hu beloo-s to Mr. James Hardy
of Anderson Ditr'et. S. C. who lives
withinj three miles of Mr. Oumuel Earles
.'ore. and that ho rautaay ive or six
rhc owner is request-d to come forward,
pruve property* ray Charges. and take him
away, other%% ise he will be disposed of ac
cort'ing 1o law.
C. II. GOODMANJ,4ailor
July 19 r 25.
DR. CHAM PION'S
Vegetable Agne Medicine.
A afe aod certain cre for th. Chills and
.Pever in all its complicated forms,alsoan
effectutal remedy ror feers ofevery description.
This Hedicine has been used by the propri
etor a number of years in extensive practce,
donng wlhich time, he has treated some thou
panads of cases of fevers and ftom the success
of this mode of practice. he is confident it aust
and will be the prevailing practice in fevers.
It never fails to perforun a cure of Chills and
Fever the FInST LAr.
Bilious, TyphAus, Nerrous. CoNgir, Winter
and Ydloto t'rcr, all yield to the use of this
Medicine, &-- are cured by this system of
practice in a a'..rter time ana with much more
certainty than by any othet system of practico
that has ever been recommended.
Sur.rraF.I.D, Fsyette Co. Ala. Jan. 10, 1842,
Dr. Champion :-Dear air, I have been a
great favorite of Dr. Sappington's Pill., and
unt.' last fall had not beard of your pills. Your
arenit has lcR some in this country, and I have
used them in my practice to a considerable ex
tent, and I en n with pleasure say, thetas ihr as
any kuowledge extends, they are much supe
rior to any med-,cine I have used in cases of
Feyers. I am so fuceibly and from personal
know ledge convinced of the salutary and all
inportant effects of your pills, that I am ex
tremely anliuns to have you nake an agent in
this vicinity. hI'ere cn be a large amount
sold here for cash. Yours truly.
H. P. LEONARD, 51, D.
DALLAS Co.. Ala., April 4, 1843.
Dr. Chapioa:-Dar sir,-Of tihe pills
wtiich I reetoivcd froim you, I have found sale
for a cur:.&-raL.l quantity. I think that it.
will be siN..y here in consequence of the wet
spring. Your pills give such general satsfac
tion her, th-t I am perqsadced by my neigh
bors to wrie t., yn.. for a large su ly of both
kinds. It is now known that Ieep them,
and people will come 30 or 40 miles for them.
Please send them soon, as I expect to sell all
th.t I have written for by the time your agent.
is around in .islv.
Yours with much respect,
Each box contains 24 pills, 12 of which are
suilicient to cure any ordyinar case of Chills
and Fever. Price $1 25, and
VEGETA BL, AN TI-BULIOUs, ANTI-DISPEr
Tie retirTIYo AaD cATUARTIC 111.1,
Possessing four ' rponanrt ' for
cure of diseases, carfatlg au corrterti
out article to assist the ofet f .fr
benefit of the health of mankind.
This medicine is recommended to the atten
tion of those afilicted with Liver Complaigt,
Dya'pepsia. Dropsy. Billions habits, Costive.
nese, Cholera morbul Rheumatista, Scrofnla,
lotl Sigm-ih. cpraved apetite, Worms, Con
dialgen. (which as knowy by a siaking seak
tion at the pit ofthestomacl ,]Jauadice, Head.
che and sick stomach. palpritation or the heart,
Diarkna, Dysentery. or flux, Nervous gfte
tion, IIeart burn, White swelling, an all
thosie dieses arising trom impure blood.
Price 25 et- per box, and for sale by o
FRAZIER & ADDISON, -
Edgefeld C. II., 3. C;
R IS LEY & CO. IIamleurg. S. L:.
IJAVILAND, ISLEY, & Co..
. . Auguta, Geeo
AIso. in nearly all ofthe ton s and vlhl g,
and by numsteruas country agents in abe
Western astd So'sthen States.
Jsa--'. G1 m 2*
Staite of 'ouith Carolina.
A .BBLTILLE I*8TRICT.
I.N EQ UiTY.
$aus! Jord1asn. A s'mr. ') BiA for Marmkal
-of iiu no . Atasly | Asts. antd for s
r. - of.|ral Estate for
Sarah Aal. asind pena fDb.
I N porsuanc of ansOrr.maade in thin case,
nat Junse term. 1r143. requiring the credite's
ot she estate ot Jo~hn S Anauly, to appear b#
tore ste Commna.<siuner, and prove their 4.
manni agnir.as taud esate, on or before tha,&rt
.\annday ina Jansaary necxt. I hereby appoint
Wedneiday Saaw I5tn of November next. 'Dso
cre~ditsors ot taid estate will therefore saks Ne.
lice to appear before sie and prove the.r do
snands, on thaut dlay, at .ibbeville Court Hlouse.
II. A. JONF.S. c. r.. A. Li.
Commrissi.eri )r's c. 2th Juine. 18i43. .
statte of South C'arolina.
SIN EQUI TY.
iachard Ilardy, et a.)
mi. Bill for Partitiot,
Thomnas Hardy,et al.)
IT ' appearing to the satisfaction pf the Cram
.f mawooaer, tit- the Defentdanaia Thoonus
,Ilardly. Jamie IHa~y, Barbara Howerton Al.
ien Hiowertona Howerton, chihdreniof
Nnney Hlowerton, dcce.tned, Chafes Buassey
anad wife Elaza, anad Jatmes Key. Abner Glan
ton unad wife Tan~ 0. Glanton, John Parks
ands wife Lucy W'Parks, reside without e
limits oif the State; on motion, by Blonham,
Uowplainats Solicitor, ordered, that thoe.aid
ahsent defendantn do plead, answer or deniaur
to complainants bill, within thro'e ,noths froum
the psulication ot dis order, or the said bill
willf se takes. pro resfesso aginst them.
p. TERRY, c. a. a. n.
Comtm'rs. Offce, Eguield Map 20, 1843..
~May_24 3m 17
State of South Carolinaf.
IN EQUI TY. -
Williamn C. Black, )Billeo Accounat, and
0. )Marshalling Assets,
J. L.Pearson, &al ) te.
I N pursuance of an Order, made in thsease.
at Juno term. J843, requiring thaeeredtors
ol'amauel Caldwell. to appear before teCe
m~ssioner, and prove their dcenads aginet
saHl estate. ont, or be fore the first Monday In
November nest. I.Ihereby appoint Salniday
iee 2$tl day oft Octotier next. The eraiors
of mnad estate will thereleretake Neda: to ap-.
pear befora mne and prose their demands, on
tht day; at Albe~ille Court House.
. - 'I~ A. JONES, c'.e .o
Commisionr's 20th Jane, 1843. .
LL ersons iude'.ted to us on accounts
* iuo be istofJanuwary }ast, jre ro
luete to come and . ea e
o pay our debts. Gii.
Feb.13 . tf 3,