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DRU S 1IEDICINI S.
THE u riber keeps con
s al, .,ida, aftifl and very
cotuplete assortment- of the most
choice FAMILY DRUGS and
Physicians; who are in pvac
tieawillggd it to their iterest
- pre ,iredo-i us are strictly ac
r cor Img::to the Dispensations.
S gadicanaiteidto be such, so that
,tteiniagybe dpe upon in practice, having
tf: e nx'er ce of Doctor Thom'as J. IWray,
toasuperiitend the-business, his name is a suffi
Peient' uarIitee: for any thing that is vended
fron tais establishnient-. We have-at all times
on hand;,a fill assortment of
Paints,.Ois, a& Dye-StUfs,.
Window Class. Perfumery? &c. Any thing
pircha ud in thistconcern will be promptly sent
to Hambyrg. frc~Of eZp1U
Orders executed with the utmost attention
anal despateh.' 4
S a .J. FE MARSHALL::
Successor to THOMAS J. WRAY,
At his old and well known stand, above
P. McGraw's corner. Augusta, Geo.
'Jan. 24 - 3m 52
. Painlts & Oils.
??n LBS. Extra and No: 1 White
10 bbls. Train Oil,
10 " Linseed Oil,
5. Superior t. ap Oil.
For sale by SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Hamburg. Oct 25 tf 40
HE undersigned have formed a Copart
. nership for the purpose of transactitg
the business of
and have now on hand a general assortment of
CLOTHS, CASIMERES,VESTINGS, &c..
which they will make up, in a fashionable and
workmanli'e -manner. No efforts will be
spared in endeavoring to give satisfaction to
how who may favor them with their custom,
aid.they hope, by a- close; attention to buin
ness to meet a share of that patronage, which
it is in the power of a liberal community to
bestow. CHARLES A. MEIGS,
Edgefield C H., Jau 3 tf 49
HE subscriberhaving entered into new
Sbusiness'arrangements, is desirous of
closing tp his old basiness, and respectfully
urges upon those indebted to him either by
note or account, the necessity of an immediate
January 3 tf 49
,L persons indeted for work done at the
Saw Mill, are requested to eome forward
and settle theiraccounts for the year 1842, eith
er by note or otherwise; and those having de
mands against theesiate of Jesse Swearengen,
deg'd., are requested to band in their accounts,
p JAMES SWEARENGEN.
October 18 tf '8
P GOLLEY, informs hig customers. and
" the public generally.that he has remov.
ed from his old stand, to a new shop recently
built, neat the Baptist Church, where he will
be happy to serve them. with any woik in
the.Gunsmith or Turning line.
Jan10 Im 50
- ABBEY, Saddler and Harness Maksr,
e has removed his establishment to the
Store adjoiining B. J. Ryan's Grocery, where
he will be thtankful for~ all favors in bis line of
Jan 10 tf 50
LLpersons havtng demands against the
ALestate of A. G. Colvin, dec'd., are re
quested to present them to moe in the Ordinary's
office, on Thursday the first day of February
next, when a finual settlement will be umade on
the estate. Those not availing themselves of
this notice will not he paid.
ROUT. JENNINGS, Jr.
,Tan.10 4t 50
ALL Persons having say demands against
C.the Ehtate of A. Delaughater. deceased, are
requestedlto render them in properly attested,
~s according to law, and all inidebated are earnest
-iy requmested to make immeditt payment.
S. LANIER, Administrator.
NANCY DELAUG HTER,
Dee 4.1843 . tf 54 Adn'tri.
T.HE Subscriber takes pleasure in inform
C ,ing the public. that he hats succeeded in
engaging-the services oif an exp~erieniced M iller
*for the ensuing year, and having his M ills in
thorough repair, -is prepared to do any qtuan
t ity of grinding grain at the shortest notice.
Persons having Wheat, and wishing superior
* four 'made from it, are invited to give bimt a
call. -His terms are the tenth.
De ,.4 W. NICHOLSON.
[o CIRCULA R.]I
TP lanters 4.)Ferchanls.
| BEG leave to inform yotu, that I continne
the WAREHOUSE and COMMiSSION
BIUSINESS at mny old stand, known as the
*ed tis it is. fromother buildings, its location ren
ders it nearly as se'enre'fromn fire, ats if it wast
fire- proof. The ioo'rs have been elevated above
the high .wvater mark of the great fresbet of
Planters will thus be secured from the possi
bility of loss and damage by freshuets.
I avail'myself of the p resent occasion, to re
turn mytthanaks to my friends aind patrons, for
their-liberal support during the past season. I
solicit fromi themn and the pubtliic genuerally, a
continuance of this conffidence, and assure them
that in returna for their patronage, I wiH use any
bs't personal. efforts to piomote and protect
their interests, .committed to my charge. In
additiona to thisassuaance, I pledge myself thiat
-Ilit 'cae-urchase a bale ofrCotton, di
reftlyruibtectly. 1 will attend personally to
the sale adiforwarding of cotton to Savannah
or Charleston; also.to the stile of Bacon, Flour,
&e.; &e., and to the receiving and forwarding
of goodsato the up-country. <Having .a fine
* wharf attached to my Warehousei*no wharfage
wvill b'e charged on cottotn to any came, either
.for-suleor to be forwvarded to savannah or
* 'Myconmissions for selling cotton, .will bor
25 censts .per bale, and 124 cents for forward.
ingii:: will also attend to the buyinag of goods
per order.. . .
Very respectfully, yours, &c.
- - G. WALKER.
Hamburg August 2, 1843.
August 9 6mCa 28
- ' CHOICE A RTICLE, for salk by
E. H. A. KENRICK.
Hambnrg. Nov. 2E tf 1.4
NEW -OGDS! NEW GOODS!
fJ.Xd. LED4X0V UcEM)7IAV&~
Read- and relect! then decide for yourselves?
CHA R BAS SANFO1RD, -
(At the NEW CASH STORE, in-HAVsono, in the same Bmiding of HUrrER' Hotel.)
H AS Opened, and is now receiving, a fresh supply of NEW GOODS, suited t6 this
and the approniching Season, among which may be..found
Wool and piece dyed Black,-Blue; Olive and Invisible Green, Browf and mixed Cloths
A great variety of Cassimeres, Vestiugs.-and Tailors' Trimmings, of the' best qualit .
PRINTS; DeLAINS, BOMBAZINES, 4LPACCAS, SHEETINGS c.
English. French and American Calicoes, at all prices; Furniture.Colicoes: Linens of oyery
fabric; Cotton and all Wool Flannels; Colored, Plain, Plaid and Striped Cambrirs; Swie: Mus
ilas; a great variety of Brown and Bleeched Sheetiugs and Shirtings, Osnaburgs, Kersey , Plaid
and Plain Linseya, Blankets, &c.
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
A good supply of Hats, best quality and latest style; Men's Boots and Shoes; Ladies Scarfs.
The above at as low prices as can be had in the State. A large assortnent of Shawls, Cotton
Wool and Merino.
Shirts, Drawers, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, &c. &c.
The above comprising by tar 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
I' The subscriber acknowledges with pleasure; the extensive patronage he has received
from the trading community of this and the adjoining Districts; and desiring togive his c usto
mers, at all timues, every advantage that the market affords, is still prepared to sell as low as can
he had in this country. -Purchasers are respectfully invited to call, examine. and satisfy them
selves. CHAS. SANFORD
Hamburg, October 7 . . .37
T IIE Subscribers respectfully inform their The Subscriber would take tis opportunity
"friends and the public, that they have re- to return his thanks to his, ads and the coa
ceived a large and fresh supply of GOODS, moutity in general, foathr liberal patronage
selected by one of the firm, in New York, Bos- they have conferred h or the last ten
ton, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Charleston, years. He intends cn ng on the
which in addition to their former stock, com- .Jerclant I'ai orft?
prises the largest and best assortment of Goods Business, in all its b ncltee; at the odstand.
ever offered m this market, consisting in part and hopes by stri attentiot to business,. to
as follows: merit a continuan of those favors which have
.40 hhds. Porto Rico. New Orleans and beet so liberally bestowed on him.
St Croix Sugars, JOHN LYON.
350 bags Rio, Cuba, Porto Rico, St. Do Dec. 12 tf 46
mingo, Java, and Mocha Coffee,
70 hitds. West Itndia Molasses,. Notice.'
10 tierces Cuba do. ERSONS indebted to GOOD & Lon, &
35 bbls. NewtOrleans do. is. F Goons, individually, are respect
70.000 lbs. BjconUlasSides&ShoulderS, helly invited to come forward and settle by cas ,
0,000.'" Swede Iron, assorted sixes, and those who are not specially waited on,
3,000 " Bndlihdo may regard this notice an final
GOODE & LYON.
3,000 if Nail Rods & Horse Shoe shapes, Jan 1 All4 50
2;000 " Cast, Gterman. & Blistered Steel, io ce
200 hsts Wagon Boxes, P obice .
3,700 sacks Salt, (bleached sacks,) LLpersons indebted to the estate of
2,000 bushels Salt, in bulk, John S. Bussey, dec'd., are reqtested to
500 pieces Hemp and Tow Bagging, 43 , make payment wvithout delay, and all those hay
to 46 inches wide, ingdemands against the saidestaeare request
250 pieces Gunoy Bagging. ed to piresent thenm attested itt the usual formt.
1,000lbs. BaggingTwine (Weaver's,) STERLING FREEMAN,
150 coils Manilla Bale Rope, Amnsrtr
100. do Hemp do do Jan. 17 4t 51
1,500 yaids OstHburgse,
5,000 lbs. doubl refined Loaf Sugar, Water Proof & No istake
3,000" if" cuhdd.g ,J F ,0'" powdered do. - co,~a
1,0001 single refined Loaf do. WAREHOUSE & GEERAL COMMISSION
20 boxes Turpenine Soap, MERCHANTS.-HAMBURG, S. C.
10 " Sper Candles, EG leave to inform their friends, and the
20 if hull's patent ('tmndies, .UFpublic generally, their NEWl WATER
5 tierces fresh ground Rice PROOF AREOUSE, with large conve
2,000 lbs. White Lead No. I Union Mills, nient close Stores attached, is now completed
25 bd. Canal Flor (choice brand.) and ready for the recepion of
40 doz. dining, parlor, rocking and Cotton, erchandise, &r.
children's Chairs, . It is situated on the. principal street lending
7cases Oats and Cops, into the business part of the tovn. four feet
150 casks Stone Lime. (in fine order,) above the highest water mark by actual survey,
20 kegs uponts FFF g Powder, entirey remote fedo all other buildings, which
1,000 lbs. Bar Lead, renders it re-proof, mnd conveniently sittated
40 boxes Window Glass 8x10 10x12, for loading ad unloading wagons.
130 bags Shot, assorted sizes, They are now permanently located in this
2,500 parrs Shoes, place, and pledged not to speculate in Cotton
Spice, Chocolate. Cm- on their own account, but tgive their undivi
namon, , Almonds. Starch, i Ntmegs, iechew- ded attention to the interest of their customers,
ing Tobacco. Negro Cloths, Burnk.ts, Shoe and are fully prepared to attend to the Sale,
Thread, Cotton Yrn. Cotton Cards, Wool Storing aad Sni ping, of
Cards, Tacks, Sieves, Plough Lines, Indigo, ICottoui Fl'our. Bacon, &c.
bladder, Blue Stolne, Copperas, Epso Sats, Receiving and Forwarding MERCHANDISE.
Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil, a (superior article,) Purhasiag Goods to order, 4'c. 3'c.
Trace Chains, Fifth Chains, Smoothing Irons, Their crarges wvill be as follows :-For sal
brass bound cear Buckets, horse Buckets, ling Cotton ' ceits per bale; Shipping do,
Pail, T000. Reelers . Willotv s, net 124 cent, per tle. Commission for busing or
eau, eaher . pc Gincr Ccolaligteeh.is ndPrdce2prcet
nm ,Ahnd.SIarch, Nu&es CfiPn Fhenw- toae n codnc ih
ingaTbaccou, NeroC, ts Bl3 nkets, Sh eesalsdrts.AlCtoFn,&c
fadried B aue Stoe Cptplceral, pso t ho t abrg epr,9t
Linseedr sal, amph bri, str foreryorice,)
pid, by Mss. Seley Wio Craons, nearyoptsJ H R
Mesiteurs JeathesIu,t c. ' &c. , &c. ehLS lv eeeFatesns e
Hasmurg inupar of 18-. ItbtrrNv223tf4
SFamily Groceries. .
LT mp. ubatcruser repwered in ars, Bns otn S~B
Cfbridand Jhe pubigeea, 1ha h
offers fr saleatreceivied ande formesyloccu
pE AMsrs SiIBeL&YCaponnearyOop
po esit Mr.i Jan e wOleands Hotealae JabigOt 5t, 4
iclarll atednto Chans of finis, & con
S.nl For.GnhoeDE,' GinDivdal r. rset
hal brres, US receited andom fowardn an slen ah
6 casnstprieewGosare Cheeseallyiwaitockoof
Bucwhat n .4 nd1.8barel, RY GOODES YN
Piclesin ~ga. jrs qt. ad pnts sntaLL o tpeson i cdebtedino the utstaeo
Tomao Kechup d. do varetyohn aris. i isy hde'. are regested by
makemipaymemdowido.u J de , . an FlltORD.a
50 oxs abe o.(adintotile)pr e tr 22matetdi t usalfom
sea, ALSO, It LO EFn GLAS WA co
cars, ai . bckes, ibs keler, pggis n. itcEs Deaveeto informatheirafriends.anite
~ig. mddr. opern ice ladchoolte, On ChinaUTea with; um lerWie conve
Bakr'scoca, oco ~~ste Golmei btte. nicntoeSres p altse, Csts w compete
ha bscut, emo bicui, pe m crckes, a nd raeady H.r th.recepionKo
tercmackrs bttm raker. ihit redaoItaonr y Novrchane & 4
noIt iscsrraattdocitronrcloves. ntreetsemace.
~inatopeper sice gnge, aintpar Sthte ofins Saofthe taonaou e
Barey maccrodveucll, apnsabovad, eDtheIeLD DIST m rI CT.asr
entirehy remttendiomand Athericanings, whi.
Petis istti Iammr ac epet rll eNr itH CiepOOn PLnEniet siuae
~equos t cal aid xamiie or mems foes Mo.in and FRnELAd who as. ben
II. A. KINIUCK They ared amiow rmownen incaed in' this
ur~s.and .2 b'l.Nos. , 2 ndl3ofe0 and Ledg havn o fiei eatition, wthon
29 o scheul on acth, but hi whoe estair andivi
MACKAREL.edt ateint o the r estf oai the toers,
31) kts ad 1. kit No.1 Makare, afi ofrte Actsyofrtheredneoalttend toytheoSa.e,
3 hlf arrls o.I Sadforsae b inurchsaiGods Jo o , C. recn. ilb (
H. A. KEN RICK her andc dred i te Com ofolows:- o e
Hamburg Nov~ 2 tE ~ leas fottr Ede5el centpr t EaleiShi pir d J
PLO 1N Hsen th .hasend roduce of Mar met. r
SB LS.Cnal FOURorwa ord a Strae, Cour ayordnce wiur
1 u , 10 oxe nev aisnsintheterlishedmratesing otteo, onday &c.
2 bas Ahr~od n rechext tsi c;ad allh tvrre ro h nr ra . Lt
ustrecevedand or sle y itralo aidce Mil C. maehn arequrey
SIBLEY & CRAPON n summonpsomnlyorb matornthen d
Ilanbuig Nov25 t ~ hri aidrg , tosr.9 c tif any thy
choie cavassrl BmltmoieHAMS FrelaLdupo hiv etn Geese Fathergnet re- I
N~ ut eevdadfm aebyqme b h cive anforsa, y
~~~~~H. A. KENRICK. . E.PPI.B
7Habur. Nv 25'if 44 mCurgN O v.25e tf4
New Orleas, PottoNovembenrSt. Croi
Lu 0, B.crse: FOwRd NSv.2arm,
Hlu A , ai hand cJantl C EaEd nNw ___________________
Yok , Hyson,o unowderhi and rmeeivea oietlG adas c
We.sty Ini ashieworens o a~ssesI R'wh ae o d hi
steram. ado.il 4b, evns, by& l' nnateirsae otcdt ~s.bfr
Coteyarmarom thlme anplfa relsgtemoo eoetefrtdyo ac et
20beaso do. dTakflo. th dat.lno akti .S O PKNc .E
Hambrglet12.jrs q tf. 3dan.4ntts,
Sunrar Baggmg, e.
H lidse:Chojos8 eito itieb gnr .
0 .pieeesjptify, Bagging.45 to 4
. hes wide; .a snperto atttcl 4t. 4
40 tuons-assorted' 8av e n Iro
1 c~ask very echoicewaiiei'strained Sperm Oil..
100 boxes Windsor Glass.
Also. 100 Brie. Canal Flour: choice brands.
Just received and!for sale by
" SIBLEY &C1RAPON.
Hamburg. Jan 3 1844 tf 49
State of, South Carolina.
['he Hon. Bayles J. Earld. Ex'or. I
of JainesB. Mays, Billfor
s. - Relief
thydon G. Mays, & lannett H.
IT appearing to-the satisfaction of the Com
missioner, that Dannett H. Mays. orne of
he Defendant's, resideswithout the limits oh
his State. On motion, by Memminger, com
lainants Solicitor,-Ordered. that the said Dan
ett H. do plead. answer, oi demur, to the
onplainant's Bill, within three mnnths:froum
he publication hereof, or the said- Bill will be
akenpro confesso against him.
J. TERRY. c. E E. D
Commissioner's Ojlce, Oct. 23, 1843. -
Nov. 1 3m - 40
A PUBLIC BLESSING.
HESE PILLS have long been known
and appreciated; for their extraordinary
nd immediate poniers of restoring perfect
ealth to persons snffering under neauly every
tind of disease to which the human frame is
iable. 'rley are particularly'redommended to
|11 those persons who are afflicted with any kind
if a chromc or lirrgring complaint, as there is
to medicine before the ptablic which has so
tatural and happy t iect upon the system in
orrecting the, stomach and liver,. and, to the
urtmation of healthy chyle'and thereby purify
og the blood.
They are acknowledged by the hundreds rind
housands who are using them, to be not only
he most mild and pleasant in their operation.
ut the most perfectl innocent, safe and etii
ient medicine ever offered to the public.
['hose who once make a trial of these Pills.
fever afterwards feel willing to be without
hetm, and call again and again for more, which
, suftici-nt proof of their good qualities.
HEAD.CIIE-SICK 0N NERVOUS.
Those who have suffered and are weary of
ufferng with this distressing complaint, will
nd Spencer's Vegetable Pills a remedy at once
ertairuand immediate in its effects. One sin
le dose of the Pills, taken soon as the head
che is felt coming on, will cute it in one-half
our entirely. -
As a retmedy in summer and bowel complaints,
hey display their wonderful powers to admi
ation, and are far superior to any thitg in muse
ur these complaints.
In Dyspepaia and Liver Complaint,they stand
inrivalled. . M1any have been cured in a few
veeks, after having suffered -under the dread.
il complaint foi years.
In Habitual 'Costiveness they are decidedly
uperiot to any Vevetable Pill ever brought be
nre the public ; and one 25 cent box wi:l es.
iblish their surprising virtues. and place them
eyond the reach of doubt in the estimation of
They are invaluable in nervons and hypo
hondriacal flections; loss of appetite, and all
raplamts to which females alone ar sulject
'They are mild in their action, and convey
Imost immediate conviction of their ltility
rom the first dose. They may be taken by
ersons of any age.; and the feeble, the infirm,
lie nervoas and delicate are'sti-engthened by
heir operation. because they clear the system
f.bal humors. qnuiet nervons irritability, and
rivariaably produen enund healih.
Ujipvnrds of fthree hundred and serenty thou
and boxes of these mnestimiable Pill have beena
rld wvithin thme last twelve tmonths in thie
tates alone. ad tmore than three times the
meqtnantity in other Stts.
As an aunt biliouns medicine, no family should
e wvithotut them. A' single trial of themi is
ao satisfactory thtan a thousand. ceruificates.
Talladega Springs. Talladega Co.-Ala.
Ang~us* 17, 1842.
This is to certify, that I hatve been aillicted
ith Sick Hecadach~e. lieppia and Live,
omplinm. and Costivetnrss for the last eiat
ritne years. duraing which time I liad taken.
Swellas I recollect.ahdaut sixty boxes of -Beck
iths Pills, twelve boxes of Peter's Pills, and
numnber of .hoxes. of Chaampiona's and Bran
reth's Pills, all of w'hich afforded me but little,
no relief. At Is: I was recrommnided to try
'r. Spencrer's Vegetable Pills, and well I did;
r I never had hut one attack of the Sick
eadachie after 1 commniaced taking the Pills,
tow about six moanths.) and I catndidly con
s that I have derived more real benefit fronm
e usqe of Spencer's.- Pills, than froam aill the
her Medicines and Pills'- that I have ever
ken, and I would earnestly recommnd themn
all as bieing in my opinion, the best medi
tne in use'foreall lingering complaints, Trhe
ills have dono me so mutch good, that I
nuld not feel willing to be without thema for
re dollars a box ; and I cannot hut feel -v.cry
tefual to Dr Spencer for. hiaving- prepared
ich a valnable medicine, an'd the' distribtion
'it is conferring a very great.- favor on ' the.
ablic, as it is-a-thing of rte utmost importane
at every family should have, a suapplyof Dr.
pencer's truly valuable.Pills.conastantly. .on
md. . ISA AC 'M.'THOMA S.
Price,25'cents per box, wvith full directions
For sale by . -
HAVILAND, RISLEY .& CO...
J. D. TIBBE TS,
Edgefield Conrt llouse.
Dr-. W. W. GEIGER,
Ang 16 . him.
State of' South Cairolinia.
Precious Lark, 3
VS. ~ Billfoari
rilliam Raiford and wife. Lion'anad
.Boulware and wifeandl Relief.
FT appearinw to the satisfaction of the Comi
Imissioner Itat William R'aiford nad'wife,
amel E Hamuinond and avt'ife.-and .Jamnes J.
ockdalo arid -wife, B. J1. M'Caine- and his
ie, Defendants in this ease, reside, wvithont
limits of thtis Stale. Oan motion- by' Ward
w, Complaintant's Solicitor, Ordered that
e said absent Defendants dei plead, nnr
rer or .demur .to the Complainanut's, .Bill!
ihint 'three months frotn the pnlli~aiio'r. of
is Order, or the said bill will be~tbcn pro
fesso against them.-"
3..TERRY c.'L. x.:n
Nov 18, 1843a . -~ -AV a om3 45
PE,7Esqi-gnnouni- hn .as a- candid~
r re-election., tG theOre of Clerk ole i
-our4ethid'District. - I
IFOR SALE ATP THISr OICorE.
LL perions iidebtn lo: the
liote, or ospen Ac ount Ibre'e
ozre fordrrtd und settle. .as'4ii
n-UR0 TutavE rr," to square off .
rcores.l hale waiteduntiy pa u
hreadbare, and cnn wait-ho ogrI' e d.d,
he"refor 'advise tise indeb tor}:
not wish to pay costs, to.come iup to tue
it.once, nj I:spu determnined not' be alone m
aupportiung Urrr. -
CERTAINn fli re gue
and Fever.; also used a :esi r:
treatment of Bilious Fever, Nausea era '
Debility, and Nervous Weakness.
The usost flatteringlrecommend if Iefihs
aledicine have b'ean receWed~itre -rn'nuii"
nfnt Physicians annd others wlidhis radelit.
And it is presumed that o, tiadiinolhiaEIr
been used whose action-huis been mer %b:-f
cial, plasant and in'vigoratina-, aind-clledfqti
from afflicted .sufferorspucfi' expressidn'
heartfelt grntitude'ad.hankfqlnesaan Perso
taking the Pilis4on' fin'd'thenil'v's'di i" ei
-Chill tokeri! Fevbr'ne!i Sadneshhas
head free and healthfdl'! H.! SttEugti, % ia- 4
petite increasing. and .improvig -
vuns weakness fled. "
When taken according to theIie'tl$iio
companyingr them, they neve fail to d-rett
Chill and Fever the-first dayrind neversicken
the stomach or operate-uponihe bowels:; }
Their action upon the .whole; ysinpi -
charming. that persons areinvata blysrprzag
and pleased with their rapid aid, coin6 1 td
restoratioit health. . -: .M -
The Pills are- purely abdisolelyYee le,.
and the happy combiptation.otr theJigpdi
and their proportions are suehas to piu
medicine which never'ails'di riiev F
reliti-is at all attainable:- ' e
Each box coitains 20 doseaof 'lIls-=pf.
One Dollar. - For-lo by -..-..' Y e
H AVILAND,.RISLEY of.CO:'
Ayents,' Anosta. Gebiik.
s dgefield-- ourt Iup
Dr, W. W. GEIGER,
Au. 16 - m "29 O en.
DR. C H AMPIOWS i g -
Vegetable -Ague Ledie:
A Safe and certaincre 'tWlie hillidf
Fever'in -ill its complicated frriiissing
effectual'remedy fcr fevers ofeverydeseriptiot i
:This ledicine has beep used byhe-pr cis
otor a number of years in extensive pr ice
during which time, he -has'trete -oplsttip
sands of cases of fevers andfrri6thiehiftemeb
of this mode of practice. beis cotfideMtimta#
mnd will be the :prevailing practice.infevers,
It never fails to perform a care of Ihiliiand
Fever tht FIRST DAY. - .i21I:i..J
Bilious, Tyjihus, Nersous .ongeuteieWiste, r
and Yellow A'eer, all yield. to. the usepf4is
Medicine, - - are cured; by this .system p
practice ain a.rtertime..and withmuchib .
ertainty than by nny other systenf6pgi fl-'
hat lias ever'been recomienddd. . d
SHEFFIELD,. Fayette Co. Ala.Jinu:INI842t
Dr. Champion:-Dear sir, I have
treat favorite of .Dr. 8appington'sfPilli. anuI
intil last fall had not heard ofyotir pihls. Your
igent has leftsome in this coun-y, "ii fli.g
isd them in my practice to a considerab'lere.
eat, and I can with pleasure say;ihaisfs as
ny knowledge extenzis, they are muchsp0S,
'or to any med:cine I have used i'e ases of '
Feyers. 1 amso forcibly and fioin"p}'lsoik1
inowledge couvinced-of the salutaryss;d'all
mportant effects of your pills,,,that.Iar~es
remnely anximns to have you make anagent~
his vicinity. There enin be a large amunit
old here for en'sh. . Yours t rniv." TO
H. P. LEONAfIDpM3,iD. i
D.DALLtAS Co., Ala., April.4,1843.
D.Champion :--Dear sir,-Of~tlid'pal
xihich I receuved from yoni. I hrive fhitld'seli
or a considerable quantity. :I thinkstljat .it
nil lbe sickly here in consegn~ence of
pring Your pills give.such.genra s "
ion here. thait I am peise'y flif
tors to write to you for a largesupy yoCb~th
cinds.. It is now known that I kbep:thun,
m d people will come 30.or 40 mtiles fhr them.
Please .iend them soon, asi expef 18167fl 1
hat I have written for 'hy thd timna for'tig~nI
s aroundin July. -:. 3'
Yours wvgth much respect;. . .n1,
BENAlJA HKINQ. -
Each box contains 24 pills, 12 of rhichar~
,nfflcient to cure nny drdinary casoIOhlas
Lnd Fever. Price 31 2.5. and - ':
rEGE T ABLE, A N Ti-ni ,IOUs, Alr Tt-.DTSPXF7
TIC PURIFYING AjpfD CATIiARTIC .PIbLa
aossessing four.. irnan. properties.o
urc of diseasm'a, careul6accoct d
nre ar'liele to abuisLte c5et ~ZO d f
cuirft of the healthA of mnkin . - .M
This piedicino is recommwended jo~ths atten
ion of those afflicted,with Liver Cpmgpi.
)yspsia, Droipsy. Billiosi hiabits, Costive-.
ess, Cholera morbus. Rheumatism, lidfII
anl Stom~ach~defraivediipelite, Wy~ms,,Cp
lialgeni,-[whichi is mraad by-a sidiktiginsa
iont-a~ the p it drthA stomach;}dundicepWsmI'
ho udscsomach,palpitationa tdpp -
)i~rbiona, Dysentery, or $.ux,. iety~o~s.~
ion. lleart' burn, White swelhn, an
Price 25'ets. per box, mubd:for'sale hiy~.
FRAZIER & ADDI89QN
K RISiAtY & 1ma
H AVILA2ND, RfSL~Y & UO -
Also, in nearly all ol'the towns and yillages,
nd by numerous country. asents ai alj tige
Veqtern and Southern States.
State of South Carolina.
IN T HE COMMON l'LA 1
%bilip H. Mantz,. -, iv
V3 - - Foreign Attacmailn
3. M. Dnvall. - -.
IIE.Plaintif'.havingt this day filedh e~wE
..claration in my otlice, and she:Defebdi.I
ut having no wife or attorne teiroy be
within the State. on whom a copy q~q
vith a rule to plead could be ser~~i~.~.
ered, that the defendant plead-to-lie said-De~
laration within a yeai-and edag,4 foyaina 4 -and
bsolute jmidgmnt, eviII. h hIAup~.~
- GEO ,O cc -
Mach.29 - ~~- tn9' ,
e~ry Road. infl e'fcield Dide'f T1
;i in-reptif au nd gigf
' tu nuic vent~so 4, appramsea ar
13- HARDY MRIITEMgitrarc.T
Navr.*2' ($2 00) m4t 43
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
FFICE at A1r. Compty's Hotel, Edge
field Court House, S. C.
Jan.24 3t 52
ilT The Hamburg Journal will please copy
wice, and forward their account.
THE subscribers have firmed a partner
ship in the practice of Law for Edfiefield
District. Office-near Goodman's Hotel.
December 23. 1843 tf 48
HE Trustees of this institution take a'
J.R pleasure in announcing to the public,
that they have again succeeded in secnring the
services of the Rev. A. G. BREWER,as instruc
tar for the ensuing year; and, from the pro
Irress made by the students of the present year,
they feel filly justified in recommending the
Institution to the confidence of those who may
be disposed to give it their patronage.
The exercises will be resumed on the third *
Monday in January next, and will continue for - t
the term often months, to be divided into two 1
equal sessions. At the close of the first Session
there will be an examination of the Students,
and a public exhibition.
For Orthography, Reading, Writing,
and Arithmetin, per session, $ 6 00
The above, with Modern History, and
Geography, per session, 8 00
So much ofthe above as maybe neces
sary, together with English Gram
mar, Ancient History and Geo
graphy, Natural Philosophy,Rhe
toric, and Bookkeeping per ses
sion, 10 00
So much of the former as may be re
quired, with Mathematics, Chem
istry, Logic, and all other higher
branches ofan English Education,
per session, 12 00
No Student will be received for a shorter
term than the half of a session.
Good Board can be had convenient to the
Schuul on reasonable terms.
T. J. IIIBBLER,
A. T. TRAYLER,
E. G. ROBERTSON,
. . J. SHIBLEY,
W. S. COTHRAN.
Dec.11 2am3m 46
T H E undersigned. Trustees of the Ridge
' Academy, having engaged the services
of Mr. S. F. MCDoWEr.L for the year 1844,
take great pleasure in recommending him to
the public, as well qualified for the duties of an
Istructor, being a regular grt.duaie of the
South Carolina College, and having given
great satisfaction the present year.
The Academy is situated on the Stage road
leading from Edgefield to Columbia, and stu
dents from a distance will have the privilege of
travelling to and from the School, at 5 cents
per mile to the Stage. -
The Ridge is well known to be strictly
Healthy at all seasons of the j ear.
Board can be obt tied in orderly families at
RATES OF TUITION, per quarter.
Spelling, Reading and Writing. $3 00
With Arithmetic, Geography and -
Grammar, - - - - - 5 00
History, Composition, Elements
of Natural Philosophy. &c. &c., 7 00
The School is providad with a very superior
'errestrial Globe, necessary Maps, &c.. coin- C
R. WARD, 1
R. T. BOATWRIGIIT,
T. WATSON, Trst.
S. WATSON, Trustees.
A. RUTLAND, I
M. WATSON, J
December 27 48 5t. C
State of' South Carolina,
IN THE COMIMON PLEAS.
IA MES D. IIAkAlMOND, who has been 5
Iarrested, and~ is tnow confined withlin the
ounids of the Jaiil of Edgefield District by vir- h
tie of a capias ad satifaciend nm. at the suit of r
TharlesiJ. Glover, having filedi his petition with
schedule on oath, of hi whole estate and ef .
ects, naith the purpose of obtaining the benellt
f the Acts of the General Assembly, common
y called the Insolvent D~ebtors Acts.v
Public notice irs hcreby given, that the peti (
iou of thme said James D. Hinnmmond wvillI be o
mard and considered in the Court of Common a
0leas for Edgefield Diatuict. at Edgefield Court e
-louse, on the second ',londay of March next, a
r on -such other day as the Court may order. d
[tring tho term, commencing on the second a
4onday in March next, at said lace; and all f
ic creditors of said James D. Hlammnond are ir
ereby summoned personally or by attorney, 1
ion and there, in said Court. toushew cause, if (i
ny they can, why the benefit of the Acts afore- fe
lud should net be gran'ed to the said James D- ti
lammuond upon his executing the assignment oi
enquired by the Acts aforesaid-.t
GEO. POPE, C. E. D. tc
Clerk's O.fice, ei
Novr. 24, 1843. P
Novr. 29 tf 44
State of' South Carolina.
EDGEF]ELD DISTIJCT. sm
iN THE COMMON PLEAS. 01
~urry & Caver, ) Dccdurationa P
ms. inr Foreign Attack ml
1. 5. Miller, menit. S
Vilhmn Curry, Decdaration hi
vs. in Foreiarn Attack.
lenry Carter. ment.
rurd E. Groce, Dedlaration
vs. in Foreign Attzck.
'he Same. ' menit.
urry & Caver, Dedlaration
ms. in Forcign Attach
'he Same. ment.
Villiam Curry, Declaration
vs. ~ in Foreign Attack
'he Same. ment.
ared E. Grace, vs. Dedar-ation
'he same.arid .. in Foreign Attadk
enjamin S. Miller. , ment.
urry & Caver, Dedlaration
vs. in Foreign Attack
ohn WV. Carter. - ment.
1. W. Gruce, . Declaration H
vs.. in Foreign Attach
'he Same. ment. ]
V. Cnrry, . Decdaraion . i
*vs. in Foreign Attach- S
'he Same. meat. S
A. Hibler, . Dedlaration "
ts. - in Foreign Attach. thi
IiramjN. Wilson, Agent. 'menit. Ia
srael Bond, for the use ). Dedlaration t11
of the same, vs. in Foreign Attack- si
he Same. . . ) menit. - -
H E Plainiffsu in the above cases, havingt
.thnsday filed their declarations in my of- cc
ce. and the defendants having no -wife or at
rrney,known to be wIthin this State, on wvhom
copy of said declaration, with a rtule~to p lead -T
an lieserved: Itis orderred, that the saidaeen.
ant do plead to the said declaration, wvithin a P
ear arid a day .from the publication of'thlis or fc
er~ or final ind absolute juidgent will be C
warded agaihst tieind ...-....'....
GEG. POXFE, c. c. r.