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Y.'virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
.eias. I will proceed to sell at Edge
field 'Court House, on the -first Monday
and Tuesday of February next, the follow
J. Broom vs M. Hankison, Admr., five
,negroes, viz: Raney, Joe, Horace, Sarah,
.and Berry. ,
Watson, Crews & Co. vs H. L. May
son &Co; E.B. Stoddard, indorsee vs
H. L.-Mayson ; McKee & Pogg vs H. L.
Mayaon & Co; David Ardis, admr. vs H.
L. Mavson and Sarah 'Mayson. nine ne
roes, ~viz: Caty, Roxana, Frank, Sarah,
velina,John, Arthur, Daniel, and Tom.
,Haviland, Risley & Co. vs. Charles B.
.'Carter ; Almond & Fowler vs the same,
one hay Horse.
..John Boyd, for the use of J. E. Kilerease,
vs B. F..Jones and Mary Jones;- C. J.
Glover vs the same, one negro girl, Ma
liulda, levied on as the property of Mary
ii"'ussev, admr. vs-Amos Bush,
-eight negroes, viz: Harry, Ben, Sarah,
Phillis, Charles. Emily, Fan, and Dick.
John pJennings vs Robert T. Moore;
Jeseph Etherage for John Jennings vs the
same, seven negroes, viz: Mary, [Harriet,
Sealy, Anthony, Reuben, Ton, and Phil
Perry & Nicholson vs J. B. Christian ;
William Attaway vs the same; other plain
tiff' vs the same, two negroes, Aggy, and
Benjan'in Kempson vs Elias Watson,
and Rieben Morgn,,one negro boy, Wil
son, levied on as the property of F.ias
James F. Gamble vs G. Hord, one bay
W. J. Owens vs Charles Lamar; N.
L. Griffin vs Charles' Lamar, and Lewis
'Elizey. ten negroes, levied on as the pro
perty of Charles Lamar, viz: Basil, Peter,
Jacob, Jack, and Jack a yellow boy, SCar.
oline, Susey, Mary, Amy, and Ned.
Owens & Fenley vs john Marsh,;.and
Dawson Atkinson; The Mechanics Bank,
indorsee, vs Dawson Atkinson ; Olive.
Towles, Ordinary, vs Dawson A ikinson,
Lewis Elizey, and Mat Ardis; other plain
tiffs vs Dawson. Atkinson, twenty-one ne
groes,-viz: Harkless, Jim, -a blacksmith,
Ben, Easter. Cupid. Will, Sam, Patience,
Laura, Charles, little' Sam, little Peter,
and "old Patience, Betsy. Lucy, Charles,
Clara,- Eliza, and her three children.
Isace, .Henry, and Rebecca, levied on as
theproperty of'Dawson Atkinson.
E. Belliger, junr:, vs J. C. Pardue,
Willis Stone, hear. vs J. C. Parllue; the
State vs the same, four negroes, viz.
-Crease, Phebe, Martha, and Sarah.
Williatn. Carter vs A. G. Leek ; the
same vs the same; Janies Goodman vs
A. G. Leek ; the same vs the same ; das
Owens vs A. G. Leek; the same vs the
same; John Pool. vs A'.- G. Leek ; J. W.
Irby vs A. G. Leek; G. F. Willis vs A. G.
Leek, thirteeh Negroes. viz: Allen, Essex,
Mary,Betsy,Sarah and her child Jefferson,
Caroline and her child Buford. Robert,
Jerry, Martin, Hannah and Sarah, levied
on as the property of A. G. Leek.
James Miller vs George R. Mays; James
Miller vs George R. Mays and E. S. Mays,
two Negroes. ed and Sam, levied on
as, the propertrf George R. Maya.
Shadrach Holmes and F. McDaniel v
W. W. Corsey, Edward Welch and John
Hill, one Negro hoy Charles, levied on as
the property of Edward Welch.
S.an16~ CHRISTIE. s. E, D.~
Jan 6 .3t 51
- saRIFF'S SA LE.
DY vittue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa.
el cas, 1 will proceed to sell at'Edge
field Court House, on the first Monday and
Tues-lay in February next, the following
John L. Jones vs Ezekiel Broad water;
the same vs the same, the tract of land
where-defendant livell at the time of his
* death, adjoinsing lands of William 11am
- mond,-and ot bers.
. George Parrott vs Elizabeth Carter,
* one thousand acres of land where defen
dant lives, adjoining lands of John Wise,
- and others.
Theophilus Lunday vs Joseph High
tower, Wiley Milton,.and Eli Milton, fiv'e
*hundred 'and fifty acres-of land, adjoining
lands of Dr. Geiger, and others, levied on
as the property of Josepl H ightoti er.
V. V. S. Austin vs A. E. Moore, t wo
hundred and forty four acres ofland, adjoin
ing lands of Wilson Sheelv, and others.
V.. 8. Austin vs R. T. Moore, adme.
eight' hundred acres of land, where SamI.
Moore live'd at the time of his death.
*Samuel F. Goo'de, ludorsee, vs George
Sadler, the tract of land where Mrse:Sarah
Sadler lives, adjoininig lands belonging to.
the estte of Richard Dozier, and others.
4 Cothrani & Sprotil vs George Garner;
John Garner vs the same, the iract of land
wheyre defendant lives, adjoining C. Wor
/thington, and others.
e~gfg Busserys11lniken n sseye
tihe iractof land where defendant hives.
- James Sheppard vs Sherd Corley, the
tract of land .where, defendant lives.
Penn & Branoon, for another, vs Mar.
garet Ogilvie, and R. H. J. Ogilvie ; Evan
Robertson vs the same, the 'tract of laud
where Margaret Ogilvie lives; also, one
other tract called ihe Logan tract.
The Ex'trs. of Caspor Nail vs John
Wilson,gand Thnomas Roe.the tract of
and wh'ere Thomas Rowel lives.
''SiiinelSIcvens and E phraim Andrews'
' ~liaie Watgner,.one hundred acres of
1and niotior less, adjoining lands of Ro
bert-Aito, And others.
SamruelWeb~b vs John Schumpert, two
hundred and thirty two acres~of land, ad.
joining lands of Mrs. Hunt, and others.
Perry & Nicholson vs Wmn. Schumpert,
~seveoty five acres of land, more or less,
aajoiig lands of Thomas Turnipseed,
* Olilver Towles, Ordinary, vs M. L.
Gearty rand othere, ten acres of land on
wichb is a goodTani Yard, also, one ies
EdwIs Eltzey, for another vs Ann Hull,
adm'r.; R. R."Hunter. assignee, for ano
ther,/vs the slime one Hotuse and Lot in
ihetown of Hamboirg, .where defendant
lives, on CQentre street..
J&Gibbs & Co. vs Philip J. W.Pow,
thtl-act of land where defendar lives.
- EutBaPressieyvs Johti Hill; the same
vs the same; flobert Merriwetner vs the
same; Littlebery Freeman and 'Henry:
Freeman, adm'rs.vaJohn Hill, J. B. Grif
fls. C. W. Cochran, T. L. Martin, and
Littlebery Cochran ; J. B. Smith, assigne,
vs John Hill, Samuel Zimmerman, and
Gutberedge Cheathem, the following pro
perty, viz. eighty six acres of laud, more
or less, adjoining lands of Isaac Bell, and
others; twelve Negroes, Dave, Sam. Fan
ny. Wade, Lewis, Gilbert, Sally, Sorena.
Pricilla, Henry; Toney, and Jinney ; one
Wagon and Harness; one Ox Cart ;-eight
bead of Horses and Mules.
Thomas G. Bacon, for another, vs Elam
Buckhalter, the tract of land where de
fendant lives, coitaing one hundred and
fifty acres, more or less, adjoining Caleb
Talley and others.
James Miller vs T. B. Harvey, the tract
of land where defendant lives, containing
four hundred and thirty acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of William Dorn, John
Smyley and others.
J. S. &J. C. Smyley vs James Gale
man, the tract of- land where defendant
lives, adjoining - lands of Roland Rhodes
Thomas J. Dyson vs A. G. Leak, one
thousand acres of land where defendant
lives, adjoining lands of F. W. Pickens
J M" Kelley vs. Catharine Tankersley
and George Tankerrley, the tract of land
where Catharine Tankersley lives
Jasner Gibbs vs Rudolph Carter, the
tract of land where defendant lives, con
taining five thousand acres, more or less.
David Denney vs Elijah Whittle, fifty
acres of land adjoining lands of . Miller
Hiram Roberts, Trustee of Mary Rob.
erts, vs Robert McCullougb.seven hundred
and fifty acres of land where defendant
lives, adjoining lands of W. W'.ise and
G. L. & E. Penn & Co. vs W T Bird.
the land where defendant lived .in 1842,
adjoining lands of John-F.- Burns, and
JTames Mellen vs Thomas DeLoach and
Samuel Marsh. four hundred and fifty
acres of land where defendant DeLoach
James Sheppard, Endorsee, vs Jeho
?douchet, Edmund Atchinson and George
Henderson, one hundred and fifty acresof
land, adjoining Henderson and others.
Oliver Towles, Ordinary, vs Milledge
Galpin; the .lechanica Bank endorsee, vs
the same; Oliver Towles, Ordinary, vs
Milledge Galpin, Mat. Ardes and D. At
kinson, a tract of laud adjoinitig lands of
J. T. Gardner and others.
Oliver Towles, Ordinary, vs D. Atkin
son, Lewis Elizey and Abner .Whatley ;
the Mechanics Bank endorsee, vs Dawson
Atkinson ; other plaintiffl vs the same. the
tract of land where Da wson Atkinson nov
lives, made up of several tracts, contain
ing in all acres more
or less, adjoining lands of Abner Whatley
Elizabeth Garrett vs William Elkin
and Wm. Garrett sr.; George Parrot vs.
William Elkin; Benajah Rambo vs the
same, one tract of land containing two
hundred and twenty acres, on which is a
good saw and grist mill; also one other
tract containing two hundred and twenty
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Jo
sias Lanham and others.
William J. Owens vs Charles Lamar;
N. G. Griffin vs the sate; and Lewis El
zey; Luther Riall vs Charles Lamar, two
thouusand acres of land where Charles La
mar lives, made up of several original
trcts adjoining eat~h other ; also adjoiining
Du~ke Goodman vs A. G. Leek, and B.
F. Grillia, one thousand -acres of land
where defetndant Leek lives, adjoining
lands of F. WV. Picketis and others.
William Bronson, Admin., vs Abner
Youngblood, the defendant's interest in
the tract of land wvhere his mother lived
at the time of her death, adjoining lands
of Edwin Pressley antd others.
S. R. Fuller and others vs Caleb Broad
water, one hutndred and fifty acres of
land, adjoining lands of William.Garreti
Wyatt W. Stark vs John Jl arsh and
Jarrett Wise, the interest of Jarrett Wise
in three hundred acres of land, more or
les, adjoining liads of. Lewis Holmes,
Win. Johnson anil others.
S. CHRISTIE, s. F.. D.
Jan 10 4t 50
Yvirtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias, of 8.
Chiistie vs. 1,ialton Parkins, I shall pro
ceed to sell'at Edgefield Court House, on the
first Monday in Fetbruary next, the tract of
Land whereon the Defenidant now lives, oon
taining two hundred and thirty-one acres, more
or less, adjoining lands of William Padget,
William Mlays, and others.
Als-Wuil be sold, at the same time and
place, by virtue ofra writof Pieri Facias, in the
case of'S. Christie- vs Rudolph Carter, and
Elizabeth Carter, a traetof lanmds wherenn the
defendant Rudolpli Carter lives, containing
seven thousand five huandred acies. wore or
- lac. ade3, *y--ln L ja.. b n .W~ise.-M ry.
Hightower, William Howard, and otbers.
#A1so-A negro boy, Dick.,
DANIEL HOLLAND, C. E. 1).
Jan 10 . 4t 50
State of South Carolina.
BY OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire.
. Ordinarf of Edgefield District.
Whereas, John S. Smyley and William
S Smyley, bath applied to me for Letters
of Administration on all and singular the
goods and chattels,. rights, and credits of
Alexander McCrary, late of the District
These are, therefore, tocite and admon
ish all and singular the kindred and credir
tore of the said deceased, to be and appea
beore me, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District to be holden at Edge.
field Court House on the 29th of January
1844, to show cause, if any, why the said
Administration should not be gratnted.
Given under my hand and seal this 15th
day of January, one thousand eight hun
dred and forty four, & in the sixty-eighth
year of American- Independence.
O, TOWL ES. 0. E. D
Jan. 17. 1844. [82 12] 2t 51
OE' The Iriends of Jsejor
T. G. BA CON, annoanee htim- as a candidate
for the Office of Clerk of thie Court, of Edge
]WyW Root &. Shoe. Store.
T HE Subscribers respectfully annonhe to
the inhabitants of Edgefield Village and
its vicinity, that. they have formed a co-partner
ihip for the purpose of Mai:ufacturing
BOOTS and SHOES.
Having rented the Store formerly, and at
present occupied as the Post Office, and having
m their employ good and experienced work.
men, they feel safe in saying that they can pro
duce as good wook as can be manufactured in
They will'also keep constantly on hand, a
good assortment of NORTHERN SHOES,
Ladies ine Morocco 'Slippers and Walking
Childrens and Misses Shoes, of all descrip
Pegged Boots, Brogans, &c. &c.
One of the firm having a brotherin one ofthe
Northern States engaged in manufacturing
Boots and Shoes," With whom arrangements
have been made for a supply, of a superior
quality, which they feel confident will give
more general satisfaction, than any Northern
Shoes ever offered in this market.
M. D. ROCHE,
E. C. REEMER.
N. B. Prices to correspond with the times,
and liberal deductions madeto Cash customers.
Good dried Hides taken in the way-of trade.
M. D. R.
Jan 10 if 50
To Planters .eerchants.
I BEG leave to inform you, that I continue
the WAREHOUSE and COMMISSION
BUSINESS at my old stand, known as the
WATER-PROOF WAREHOUSE. Detach.
ed as it is from other buildings, its location ren.
ders it aearly as.secure from, fire, as iflit was
fire-proof. The Boors have been elevated above
the high water nmark of' the great freshet of
Planters will thus be secured from the possi
bility of loss and damage by freshets.
I avail uiyself of the present occasion, to re.
turn my thanks to 'my friends and patrons, for
their liberal support during the pust season. I
solicit from-themaad the public generally, a
continuance of this confidence, and assure them
that in return for their patronage, I will use my
best personal efforts to promote and protect
their interests, committed to my charge. Ii
-addition to this assurance, I pledge nyselfthat
I will in no case purchase a bale of cotton, di.
reely or indirectly. 1 will attend-personally to
the sale and forwarding of cotton to Savannal
or Charleston; also, to the sale of Bacon, Flour
&c. &c., and to the receiving and forwarding
of goods to the isp-country. Having a ine
wharf attached to my Warehouse, no wharfage
will be charged on cotton to my case, either
for sale or to be forwarded to Savannah of
My commissions for selling cotton, will be
25 cents per bale, and 121 cents for forward
ing. I will also attend to the buyiig of good,
Very respectfully, yours, &e.
Hamburg August.2, 184:1
Augusts 6m 28
T HE Subscribers respectfully inform thei
- friends and the public, that they have re
ceived a large and fresh supply of GOODS
selected by one of the firm, in Ne-w York, Bo
ton, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Charleston
which in addition to their former stock. corn
prises the largest and best assortment of Goods
ever offered in this market, consisting in pare
40 hhds. Porto Rico. New Orleans and
St Croix Sugars,
350 bags Rio. Cuba, Porto Rico, St. Do
mingo, Java, and Mocha Coffee,
70 hhds. W~est India Molasses,
10 tierces Cuba do.
35 bbls. New Orleans do.
70,000 lbs. Bacon. Hams,Sides& Shoulders,
80,000 " Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
5,000 "' English do
3.000 " JMand and Hoop Iron,
3,000 ": NaiFR'ids& Horse Shoe shapes,
2,0030 " C~ast, Gyrman,' rBlistered Steel,
200 satts Waoon Boxes,
1,700 sacks Sart, (bleached sacks,).
2,000 bushels Salt, in bulk,.
500 pieces Helmp and Tow Bagging, 4d
to 46 inchtes' wide,
250 pieces Gunny Bagging,
1,000 lbs. Bagging T wine, (Weaver's,)
150 coils Manilla Bale Rope,
100 do Hemp do do
1,500 yards Osnaburgs,
5,000 lbs. 'double refined Loaf Sugar,
:3,000 "' " "'crushed do.
- 3,000 " powdered - do.
1,000 " single refined Loaf do.
20 boxes Turpentine Soap,
10 " Sperm Candles,
20 " Hull's patent Candles,
S tierces fresh ground Rice
2,000-lbs. White Lead No. 1 Union Mills
25 hbl. Canal Flour, (choice brand,)
40 dos. dining,' parlor, rocking and
7eases Hats and Caps,'
150 casks Stone Lime.-(in fine order,)
20 kegs Dupont's FFF g Powder,
1,000 lbs. Bat Loud,
40 boxes Window Glass 8x10 & 10x12
130 bags Shot, assorted sizes,
2,500 pairs Shoes,
Tea, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Chocolate. Can
namon, Almonds. Starch, Nntmegs, fine chew.
ing Tobacco, Negro Cloths, Blankets, Shot
Thread, .Cotton Yarn. Cotton Cards, Woe
Cards, Taecks, Sievs.hP L 'es,_ndigo
aruermueff'tnne-C opperas, psom Salts
Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil, a (superior article,
Trace Chains, Fifth Chins, Smoothing Iron.
brass bound cedar Buckets, horse Buokets
Pails, Tubs. Keelers, Willow Wagons, nest
Measures, Feathers. &c. &c. &c.
SIBLEY & CRAPON.
HamburglJuly,I1,1843. ' tf '23
-Paints & Oils.
000LBS. Extra and No.1 Whiti
5''' Lead .
10 bble. Train Oil,
10 " Linseed Oil,
5 " Su perier Lamp Oil.
For sale by SIBLE~Y & CRAPON.
Hamburg, Oct. '25 if 40
China, CrockerV etc.
A GENERA L assortment of .CHINA
'CROCKERY, and GLASS WARE, eon
sisting ofcominon and fine Tess 'Plates, Bowls,
Pitchers. Dishes. Ewers and Basins; granite
and China Tea setts; Tumblers, Wine Glns
sea, Decanters, Lamps, Salts, Cruots, &c. &c.
or sale by H. A. KENICK.
Hamburg, Novr. 25 '44
UST received and now opening, a spleb
did stuck of
mitable for the season,'comprising the utmost
variety of articles in his line of business, by'
arnuvg Sptr ~ J. 0. B. FORDl.
NEW GOOD'NEW GOOJDS!
IJVPSRdLLED LIVD UC dIE.VTN.'
Read and reflect! then decide for yourselves.
.WCIA R L ES SANFORD,
(At the NEW CA S STORE, in HAMBURG, in the same Building of HeNTaR's Hotel.)
H AS Opened, and is now receiving. a fresh supply of NEW 0ODS. suited to this
and thapriching Season, among wi ound
Wool and piece dyed Black, Blue, Olive and Invisible Green, Brown nud axed Cloths -
A great variety of Cassimeres. Vestings. and Tailors' Trininings, of the best quality.
PRINTS, DeLAINS, BOMBAZINES, ALPACCAS, SBEETI 3 , .c.
English. French and American Calicoes, at all prices; Fur'iture Calicoes; Linens of ryery
fabric; Cotton and all Wool Flannels; Colored, Plain, Plaid and Striped Cambrics; Swim ,lus
ilns; a great variety of Brown and Bleeched Sbeetings and Shirtings, Osnabur;s, Kers:., ,, Plaid
and Plain Liuseya,;Blankets. &c.
HATS, OAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES..'
A good supply of Hats, best quality and latest style; blen's Bouts and Shoes, Ladies S cs ,
The above at as low prices as can be had in the State. A large assorunent of Shawls, Cotton
Wool arid Merino..
l anShirts, Drawers, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, &c. c.
the above. comprising by far the most extensive stock of Dry Goods ever offered in town,
having been purchased for cash in the eity of New York, which will be sold correspondingly
e The subscriber acknowledges with pleasure, the extensive paironage he has received
fron the trading community of this and the adjoining Districts; and desiring togive his custo
mers, at all times, every advantage that the market affords, is still prepared to sell as low as can
be had in this country. Purchasers are respectfully invited to call, examine, and them.
selves. CiAS SANFOR
Hamburg, October 7 37
MA CKAREL. SHAD. CODFISH,8S'c.
BrIs. and 1.2 brls. Nos. 1, 2 and 3
30 kits and 1.2 kits No. I Mackarel,
400 lbs. CODFISH,
10 boxes HERRPNGS,
3 half barrels No.1 Shad.for sale by S P I haESloNG
H. A. KENRICK, -Sb
Hamburg, Nov. 25 tf 44 J and appreciated, fur their cxtraprdinary
and immediate powers of restoriing perfect
FLOUR. health to persons sunfering under neatly every
.BBLS. Canal FLOUR, kind of disease to which the human frame is
O O .BBLS. 100 boxes new Raisins, liable. They are particularly recommended to
2 bags Alr.onds. all those persons who are afflicted with any kind
. Just received and for sale by of a chronic or lingering complaint, as there is
SIBLEY & CRAPON. no medicine before the public which has so
Hamburg. Nov.25 if 44. natural and happy effecto pon the system in
correcting the stomach arid liver, and to the
BALTIMORE HAMS. formation of healthy chyle ard thereby purify
O choice canvassed Baltimore HAMS, m the blood.
D'? rjust received, and fmi sale by ' 'hey are acknowledged by the itndreds and
H. A. KENRICK. thousands who are using then, to be not only
Hamburg. Nov. 25 if 44 the rost mild ard plesant in their operation.
but the most perfectly inarocerit, safe arid effi
LAUP OIL. cient medicine ever offered to the public.
A CHOICE ARTICLE, for sale by Those wvo once make a trial of these Pills.
H. A. KENRICK. never ufterwards feel willing to be without
Hamburg, Nov. 25 tf 14 then, and call again and again for more, ich
_- ---- - - --is suffiient proof of their good qualities.- -
FEJeTHERS v HEADACHE-SICK OR NERVOUS.
LBS. live Geese Featherejust re- Those who have suffered and are weary of
- ceived and for sale by suffering with this distressing complaint, will
H. A. KENRICK. find Spencer's Vegetable falls a remedy at once
Hamburg. Nov. 25 tf 44 certain and immediate in its effects. One sin
ge-- --- - - * - -__ gle dose of the Pills, taken soon as tlae head.
J. O. B. FORD, ache is felt coming on, will cure it ia one-half
AS a hand constantly engaged in New hour entirely.
York or Bostonto enable him to receive As a remedy in summer and bowd complaints
at the earliest possible dates. every they display their wonderful powers to admi.
New style & fashion of Goods ration, ana are far superior to any tring in use
t as they come out, and will be receiving by al- for these coiplairts.
most every arrival from those places during the In D speps a and Liter Complaintthey stand
season. Thankful for the past, lie takes this uaarivaled. Many have been cured in a few
method to solicit future and increased patron- weeks, after having suffered under the dread
age.fil complaint for years.
Hamburg, Septr.22 if 35 In Flabitual Costivesess they are decidedly
superior to any Vovetable Pill ever brought be.
Fanily Groceries. fore the public; and one 2 cent box will es
T HE 'Subscriber respectfully informs his tablish their surprising virtues, and place thei
friends and the public generally, that he beyond the reach of doubt in the estimation of
offers'for sale, at the brick store formerly occu- every individual.
pied by Messrs. Sibley & Crapon. nearly up- They are invaluable in nervous and hypo
posite Mr. James Hubbard's Hotel, a large choudriacal iffections, loss of appetite, and al
arid general assortment of GROCERIES, par- cnmplaints to which females nlone aresubject
ticularly adapted to the wants of families, co- Tey are mild in their action, and convey
sisting in art of almost immediate conviction of their ultility
NewOrleane,) Porto Rico, and St. Croix frol the first dose. They may be taken ly
SUGARS, persons of any age ; arid thec feeble, the irflran,
Lump, loat':crushed & powdered Sugars, the nervous ard delicate are strengthened b%
Cluba, Rio and Java COFFEE, their operatioii because they clear tie syster
Back, Hyson, Gunpowder and Imperial of bad humors. quiet nervous irritability, a
TEAS, ivral rdc on elh
West India and New Orleans Molasses, Upwards ofthrechundred and scent, thou
Hull's Patent Candles, 4s, 5s, & . le
Sperm. do. 4s. 5Ss, & Os sodwtitelstevem thirthe
Canal F'lour. ini whole arid half barrels, Stesaoanmretnthetistn
6 casks prime Goshen Cheese,saeuittynotr ats
20 boxes do. do. do,Asnatbiisrreiienoamysul
Buckwheat in 1-4 and 1-8 barrels,beviotte.Asngeralftemi
.Pickles in 1-2gal. jars, qtn. and pints, moestfaortanahosncriiae.
Tomato Ketchuop do. do. -
Walnut do. do. do.-aldg pigTlaeaC.Aa
50 saska .Liverpool Salt, (bleached sacks,) Agt1,k2
50 boxes Table do. (a fine article,) Ti st etfta aebe flce
25 bris. Irish Potitoes, (Roa'a) wt ikHaa~o ppi n ie
2 tierces Onions, (red and silver skin,) Copanndosiessortelstih
Bar soap, shaving soap. cottona cards~ , aswlwoIoellc~botsxyboe fBc
cards, pails. buckets, tubs. keelers, piggins, mi- wt~ iltev oe fPtrsPls n
digo,"madder, copperas, rice, lard, chocolate,anubroIoxsfClmpnsadBa.
Baker's cocoa, cocoa paste, Goshen butter, so- t'rPls alo hc fore ebtlth
da biscuit, lemon biscuit, pic trc crackers, wa- orlif tls Iiu eomeddt r
ter crackers, butter crackers. piloit bread, al- r pne~ eeal ilrn elIdd
monids, currants, citron, cloves. nutmegs, mrace, rIevmhdhtoeaacofteSil
cinnamon, pepper, spice, ginger, sago, pearlHedceaerIcmancdtkgthPls
Barley, maccaroni, vemicilli, capens, mustard,(nwaotsxm thardIcdilco
starch, West India and American preserves.l eu htIhv eie oera eaftfo
Pesons visiting Hamburrg, are respectful teueoflycrsPilta fo l h
requested to call and exammrre for themselves ohrMdcnsadP~sta aeee
H. A. KENRICK. tkn n ol ansl eomidhn
Hamburg, Novr. 25 t toal44big nm pno, h etnei
Water Proof, & No liistake! cii nuefrallngrn opans h
WARi foUSE. & GEn4ERAL coit55ssoN fiedlasabxardIcnobufelvr
M ERCHANTS.-HAMBURG, S. C. gaeu oD pne o aigpeae
B )EG leave to inform their friends, and the sc anbeneiiradteuitiuir
UJpublic generally, their NE W WA TER ofiiscnergavey retaornth
PRO A WARE HOUJSE, wih large conave- pbi.ai satirro h totiprac
netclose Stores attached, isnow completed thteeyfniysiilhvcarppyoD.
ard readfy for the reception of Secrstuyvlal il oitityo
ottonMerchsandise, &cc. hn.IACM H M S
Iti iutdon the pirincipaal street leading Pie 5cnsprbx ihfl ietos
into the business part of the town, four feet Frsl
aboe the highest water mark by actual servey, IAILADRSLY&C.
entirely remote from all other buildings, which. Austeoia
renders it fire-proof, nnd conveniently situated J .TBES
for loading aird unloadinig wvagons. EgfedCutHue
They are now permanierntly located in thisDrW.W GiG ,
place, and pledged not to speculate in 'CottonChrkePns
aon their own account, bumt to give thaer undm-. Ag16tm 2
ded attenrion to the interest ofthecir customers,
and are fully prepared to attend to the Sale, St e (tSo h Ca li .
Storigand Shpng, o ED EIL IT IT
Cotton, Flour. Bacon, &c. EQIY
Receiin and Forwcarding PrEeRioHsANLarkE
Purchasing Goods to order, t1'c. &'c.
Their charges will be as follows :-For dsel- w~iwi~u Bl orPti
ling Cotton 25 cerjts per bale; Shipping do, la Riou ri vf. inai
12& cents per bale. Commnrission for buying or. ohr
selling Merchandise arid Produce 2j tier cent.-: tthsailaioofheon
Forwarding and Storage, in accordance with f ipaa
the estabihish'ed rates. All Cotton. Fl,iir, &c .3msror haWilmRiot rdwfe
received by the riverfrec from wharfage..~ L ameE.amodadwfanJrnsJ
beral advances will be made when requiredt,SocdteadwfBJ.M ane ndli
on any consignments made to them,.ie eednsi hscsrsd vto
Hamhurg. Septr. 9 - thtiit ftissae O3oi3 yWr
FRUJIT$, &e. tesi bei eednsd seta
On the weay-anid daily expected. se rdnjrt h oparsr' i
5Kegs Malaga GRAPES,thsOdrortesibilwlbeaknp'
'1 rms fresh FIGS,
5 boxes fresh LEMONS. 0iiS gis h~
2 bris. sweet ORANGES.J.TRY .a.D
H. A. KENRICK. No- 8143o3 4
Hamburg, Novr. 25 tf 44 PJK E BEFP1K'DP R
P. S. BROOKS,ADWHTBE1S
ATTON~RNEY AT LAW. No i.'A KERC
Ofie ~~ose, Mr. Compty's Hotel, Edge- I Th fre d ef erg
September 6 , f 32 PPEq:,auouehma addt
lM agistrates Blanks~ or fti itit
FOR ALEAT HISOFFIE. )IPILES 1
DR. CHAMPION'S ' .
Vegetable Agle Medicife_
Safe and certaini cure. for the.Cil~iad
'Fever its all its complicated tpruss;alsoan
effectual remed% 'iur fevers ufevery descristion:
'This Medicine has been iused by thepnrr
etor a number of years in-extensive practadd
during which time,'he has treated soa-th'8..
sands of cases of fevers and -fromhesuceess
of this mode of practice. he is confident itistt
and will be the prevailing practke in fevers.
It never fails to perform a care of Chills and
Feveathe FRaST DAv.
Bi'iois, T Aus, Nervous, Cong is, Winter
and Yellow J4ecr, all yield 'to the se of-tbis
Medicine, .-w-i are cured by this system of
practice in a s...rter time and with'm ch more
certainty than by tny other system of pragti e
that has ever been recosi'itisedid. -
SHEFFIELD, Fayette Co'. Ala: .Jans. 101, 1842.
Dr. Clampion:-Dear ir, I have ;teen a
great favorite of Dr. Sappington'a-Pil and
until last fall had not heard of your pii ur
agent has let some in-this country' and.Uaave
used them in my practice to a cousiderable ex
tent, and I can with pleasure say, that asfar as
my kuowledge exteuds, they are "muchsuie
rior to any medicine I have need in eases of
Feyars. I am so forcibly and from personal -
knowledge convinced of the salutary and-all
important effects of -your pills; that I am ex
tremely anxious torhave you make"An agent is
this viciity. There can . be a large amount.
sold here for cash. Yours truly:. .
H. P. LEONARD. M, $.
DiLLAS Co., Ala.,'April 4,18d
Dr. Champion:-Dear sir,-Of ,the .pils
which I received from you, I ~have fonnd~sale
for a considerable quantty. I think that it
will be sickly here in consequence of the wet.
spring. Your pills give such general satisfac
tion here, that I am perauaded by m'y neigh-- "
bors to write to you rota large supply of-bot
kinds. It is now known that I keep them,
and people will come 30 or 40 miles for them.
Please send them soon, as 1 expect to sell all
that I have written for by the time your agent
is around in July.
Yours with much respect; -
Each- box contains 24 pills, 12 of which are'
sufficient to cure any ordinary case of Chills
and Fever. Price $1 25, and " -
DR. CHAMPIO' S
VEGETABLE, ANTI-BIiOUs, ANTI-.IsPEP1 -
TIc PURiFYINO AND CATHARTIC PILJ~v
Possessing four important properties, for eta
cure of diseases, carcfullyand ce islsled,
one article to assist the effect .j l~r,' fJb tiA
benefa of the health of mankiude
This medicine.is recommended to the attea
tion of those afflicted with' Liver Complaint
Dyspepsia, Dropsy. Billions habits, Costive
ness, Cholera morbus, Rheumatism, Scrofnuli,
foul Stontachitepravedappetite, Worms, Cos
dialgea. [which is known by a sinking sensa
tion at the pit of the stomach;] Janindiee,Bead
che and sick stomach. palpitationi of the herst,
Diarhcea, Dysentery, .or fank, Nervous;"affec
tion, Heart burn, White .swellia i.,and all
those diseases arising from'impure blood.
Price 25 ets. per box, and for sale by
FRAZIER & ADDISON,
- Edgefeld C. H.,.S..C.
RISLEY & CO. Ifamburg, S. C.
HAVILAND, RISLEY, & CO...
Also, in nearlyall of the townsaid villaged,
and by numeruns.country -agents ja altike
Western and Southern States.
Jnue 28 6m
A CERTAIN and effectual enrd for Ague
and Fever; also use:I successfully in4he
treatment of Bilious Fever, Nausea, General
Debility, and Nervous Weakness.
The most flattering recommendations of this
Medicine have been received-from: many-eoui
nent Physicians inud others. who have used ,it.
And it is presumed, that no medicine has .ever
been used whose action hbs beeninore'beneli.
cial, pleausant and invigoratin'g, and-called firtlh
from afflicted suf'erers siuch- expressions of.
heartfelt gratitude and ,hankfulness. Persons
taking the Pills, soon find themselves relieved -
-Chill -oken ! Eever gone !! $tiahn
head free and healthfhml!!! -Strength andasp.
petite increasing and; improving, and- all mr
vouts weakness fled. -. .. :
Whntaken according to the directionase
companine them, they never fail to- em'e the
Chill and fever the frst day, and neversicken
the stomach or operate upon the bowels.-..,
Their action upon the whole systqm is 4o
charmiing. that persons are invariably surprised
and pleased with their rapid and comapleteE
restoration to health.
The Pills are purely and -solely Vegetable-,
and the happy combitnation of the. ingredients
and their proportions are such as to produce a
medicine wvhich never fails to relieve w aen
relief is at all attainable.
Each box containis 20 doses of Pills-Prcey
Oiie Dollar.. For sale by - -
HAVILAND,'RISLEY & CO...,
.Agents, Augusta, Georgia.
J.* D.: TIBB.ETS, ---
- Edgefield Court House.
Dr., W. W. GEIGER,
- Cherokee Ponds.,
Aug.18 6m 29 .
ST.qTE OP S. CARiOL1N.&
IN THE COMMON PLEAS. .-,a
Jamnes H. Murry, .
vs. ~Fonga ~tuack ment.
Iverson L. Brooks.
TH E Plainit is aving this day filed his De
. claration inmy offices an :th Defead-~
nthaving nowf rattorney known;to be
within the State; on whom 'a cop~yofthesame,
with a rule'to plead could be sbrved. ~Itis or
dered, that the defendant plead-to theuideDe
laration within a year ansI a day, or Analad.
absolute judgment will be given aathim.
-GEO. POP , c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, 17th Nov., I843~
Jan17 ,, - -y Ifi5
State Of South, (rolin~
IN THlE' CMMON1LAr
Philip H. Mtz,)
. vse .-- - - Foreui A~ketin.
BM.Duvall. . .
1UHE Plaintiff having this day filed Ji ~
- claration in my office:, and ,the Iees
ant haiving no wife or attornisy kinown ei
-.within the State, on whomia copy of the aamne~e
with a rule to plead coualdhe ;sortedm-it is oh'
dered, that the defenidant plead to the said Do
claration'within ayesr and a day; or final and
absoute judgmet vill. be givep. against him,
.. GEO. POPE, c. c.sr
Clerk's-Office, 14tli March,,1843i W" :A' -
Marchr29 - --1/2 0
' iRSONS idbeito.GoD&irr, &.
.3 . F. Goudo,-indvidull,f~rsept.
fully invited tocomne forward'adiettle Wy ua&s,'
and those. who are -not specielly:.waitd...;
-may regard this notice as final .. r -
- GOOD10& LYON.
Jan 30 . At .50 .