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* NFEROODS! NEW DS!
JJA'SIRLLED LiDUCEsNIE" -
Read and refecti then decide for yourselves :
. CHA RILES SAN FORD,
rj(At the NE CASK S TORE, in flAnUo; in the same Budding of H UNTER's Hotel.)
AS Opened, and is-noW redelving, a fresh supply of NEW GOODS; suited to this
H Viand teapocing Seasonf, among which ma efound
Wool and:.* dyed Black, Blue, Olive and invisible Green. Brown and mixed Cloths -
A great variety f Cassinieres..Vestings. and 'ailor.' Trinnisings. of the best quality.
,PRINTS; D AINS,-a'MBAZIN ES, ALPACCAS, SHEETINGS, &tc..
English; FiencleanfaAtuericafl Calicoes, at'all prices; Furnitnre Colicoes; Linens of eyery
abric; Cotton and all'Wool Flannels; Colored. Plain, Plaid and Striped Cambries; Swig .lus
ins; a great variety ofBtown.and Bleeched Sheetings and Shirtitigs, Osnaburgs, Kersey, Plaid
and Plain Linseya, Blankets. &c.
A V ATS, CAPS, ROOTS AND SHOES.
A ooI supply of Hats, best quality and latest style; M;ie's Bouts and Shoes, Ladies Searfs,
The abive at as low prices'as ean be had in the State. A large assorotent of Shawls, Cotton
Wool tnd -Merino..
Shirts, Drawers, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, &. &c.
Thetboyo. comprising by tar the most extensive stock of Dry Goods ever offered in town,
having been purchased' for cash in the city of New York, which will be sold correspondingly
11 The subscriber acknowledges with pleasure, the extensive patronag,- he has received
from the trading community of this and the adjoining Districts; and desiring togive his cat
mers, at all tiales, every advantage that the market afiords, is still prepared to sell as low as can
be had in this'ountry. Purchasers are respectfully invited to call, examine. and satisfy them.
seJves.. CIJAS. SANFORD
' amburg', October 7' ' tf d7
tCIRCULAR.j Family Groceries.
To Planters-WI1 Merchauls. LIE Scb-criher r.?slrtlly informs his
I BEG leave to inform you., that I continue 'rieits and public generally, that ie
I the WAREHOOSE and COMMISSION offers forsale, r ocdi
BUSINESS at my old stand,- known as the pied by Messrs: Sitley & Cipon. oearly up
WATER-PROOF WAlREHOUSE. Detach- poite Mr. James .I.bbard's Hotel, a large
ed as it is from other buildings, its locatibpren- and general assorttent of GROCERIES. par
ders it nearly as secure fintn -iri, as if it was ticttlruy adapted to the wants of families, con
-fire-proof. The floors have been elevated above Fisiing in part of
the high water mark of-the great freshet of New Oi!entct Porto Rico, and St. Croix
May, 1640. SUGARS
Planters will thus be secured from the ossi:- , Lump. lost. crtserl & powdered Sugars,
bility of loss and damage by freshets. -Cluba, Rio and Java COFFEE,
I avail myself of the present occasion, to re- Buck, ilyson, ttpowter and Imperial
turn my thanks to my friends and patrons, Ih'r TEAS.
their liberal support during the past season. I West Itdia and New Orleans Molasses.
solicit from them and the public generally, a IIill's [atent Candles, 4s, 5s, & Gs.
continuance of this confidence, and assure them Sperta. do. 4s, 5s, & Gs
that in return for their patronage, I will use my, Catal Flour, in whole atd half barrels,
best personal efforts to promote and protect 6 cusks prime Goshen Cheese.
their interests, committed to my charae. In 20 boxes. do. do. do,
addition to this assurance. I pledge myselfthtat Buckwieat in 1-4 ttd 1.8 barrels,
I will in no case purchase a bale of cotton. di- Pickles in 1-2 gal. jars, qs- and pints.
rectlyor indirectly. 1 will attend personally to Tomato Ketrhttp do. do.
the sale and forwarding of cotton to Savannah Valmt do. do. do.
or Charleston; also,to the sale of Bacon, Flour, 50 casks Liverpool Salt. (bleached sacks,)
&c..&c., and to the receiving and forwarding 0 boxes'l'ahle do. (a-fine article,)
of goods to the up-country. Having a fine 25 be. Irish Potatoes, (Roan)
wharf attached to my Wareltoise. no wharfage 2 tierces Onions, (red and silverakin.)
will be charged on cotton to.ty care. either ALSO.
for sale or to be forwarded to Savannah or Bar soap, shaving soap. cotton cards, wool
Charleston. cards, (ail .tckets, tubs. kecleti, piggins. in
My commissions for-selling cotton, wilt be digo, madder copperas, rice, lard, chocolate,
25 cents per bale, and 12.1 cents for forward Bakers cocoa, cocoa paste, Gosn btter. so
ing. Iill also attend to the buying of goods da biscuit, lemon biscuit, pic ie cracker. ta
per order. ter crackers. hotter crackers. pilot bread, al
Very respectfully, yours, &c. monds. etratits, citron, cloves. nutmegs. mace.
G. WALKER. - cinnamon, pepper, sptce. ginger, sago, pearl
Hamburg August 2, 184:3 Barley, tnroi. vencilhi. capens. mustard,
4ugust.9 - m starch, West India nd Atericat preserves.
* __________________________________ Iesons visiting H-ambunrg. are respectfully
. Water Proof, & No Mistake! requested to call and exttine for thuitsudaes.
H L.JF n87-& co. IT.I. A. i'KENRIc~
H Lt JEFFERB & cot,,- ctr t~4
WAREHOUSE & GEN EPAt COMMISSION
MERI1ANTS.-HAMBURG; 8. C. MWA I14 .S1iAD. O k'ISHlc.
- EG leave to inform their friends, and the ibrs. acd '2 brie. Nos. 1, 2 ant 3
public genetally. their NEW WVATFl MACAREL,
PROOF IVAREHOJSE, with large conve- .0 kitaamd 1- kits No. 1 Mackarol,
nient close Stores attached, is now completed 400 lls COD ' [S,
and ready for the reception of 10 oxes HFRRINGS,
Cotton, Merchandise, &c. 3 huifbarreh No. I Shtd, for sale by
It is situated on the principal street leading H. A. KEN ICK.
into the business part of the town, four feet Hanthtcrz. Nov. 23 tI' 44
above the highest water mark by actual survey, - -
entirely remote from all other buildings,-v.hich FL0UR.
renders it fire-proof, and conveniently situated 10 I ('ana FLOU R,
for loading and unloading wagons. 1) PI i es new Raisins,
They are now permanently located in this 2b)ag Amnds
place, and pledged not to speculate in Cotton Just reccive and for sale by
on their own account, but to give their undmi.- SIBLEY & CRAPON.
ded attention to the interest of their customers, Flanhtra. Nov. tf 44
and are fully prepated to attend to the Sale,
Storing and Sharpping, of B tLIiItlif AMS.
Cotton, Flour. Bacon ,&oc. ~ coc 'cvu~dl:tmi~eHMS
Receii and Forucarding IOEIRCII A DISL E. ~ ts rci~,ad o 'b
Pa' aain'Goods to order, &c. &c. I.A E tC~
.Their c arges will he as flalows :-Fnr sel- ' 1aon o.2 f 4
linug:Cotton 25 cenits per bale; Shippinig do, . .F Ri)
124 cents per bale. Commission for buyng or Salticottl tu.cdi
inlltng Merchandisenid Produce 2!4 per cent. U. ~r rBsot nbehmt eas
Forwarding-and Storage, in accordance wvil tth iealstpshuc ht.een
the esteblished rates. All Cottont. Flor, &,:. Jw sye&f'lino G os
received by the riverfree from wharfage. Lt. a hy~it u,:tdwl er-evtgh l
beral advanbes weill he made when required,tfoteryaialrmthspac dinte
on any consignments made to them.
FasniEy Erocer as..
F5~ HE Sub crbes rs;ccfuly ntrum t ei il mbrE S eptcrib 2 re p ctul inor .5n
J.fredsad h pbic ta te hv r-fe.dth publgeralyS hth
ce'eredfo salrgeatthd freskstsrpploroflyGOccu
selctd y ne latinoe ad halet ied by er.vSe an forsapln. nealyp
potontPhiladelphiaHar' A. el aKlarge
prisesntheeleraestsandtbest ossGrROCFent ofGoods
everoffredin tis arkt,'consstig sipa ting in p'art o
40 hhds ~ ~ ~ ~ Nw r~a. Porto Rico.,e r~a~ and St. Croixo ON BJ G
350bag Ro; uba PrtoRic, t. o utreeie lar ht crsle byodrd uas
mingo. Jav. ~ad aClubafeRiOcand SJava COFFEE, ON
0 hds WstIniaMoWesat Idiaan New Orlan 40aes
-. Sperm.sdCu4sdo., & *
35 bbK Nw2Orleans d..do. do. d,
.~0O0'" EWalnnt'o.d . o . do.
3;000". Bnd std Hop Iro. sutabl or LivesroSt. (bleaii.i~chic utms,)
.3,00 "'Nai Ros & ors Sho hpes v brietso ables ido.i ain artice,
2,000-" Cat;G25mbrn.&.lIrtshrPoStatles, (Roan)
-. 2,00 uselsSat. tBbarl s otice shtin Gopu oo ardia swc l
2oQ~nicardsnpailBaggine, , tubsNS keeer'tS, aign, in
1,00 rb. Bagin 'Iwiti, (eave Bake's cocoaR, wh pe, Gohen mbdteir
100 doHemp d do- ter n c rer her~ cravrs it Maread al
- - I~O0aid~samondsU S enr s, cit. n O veKISc.tegs. mac.
3,000 cinna crushedpdo.,fspgce.igingeJan.a19, pear1
20boe Tr ie opSae mcaoni vo-mIcili c'apensiusard
0." Huls aen 'adesP De isitingHmu) aISRI ect ul
f~iecs rehgruneicgNse THo clan heJmne PL tEA vS.
'~00 ls.Wht LadNo ILfitt hll, R Inb. N. E -AND ~ 'if ha 44e
25O lirls.aand 1l2ubri(.hNoc. 1, 2 and 3
40" des diuin~ar~or'rockig 3ndieted-and is kit o. ckarieliti
7cas ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~0 oes Hat.uiCp,-vru facpa ad RaiNGSmc,ntunathesi
T,00'1a~ ax .,ed eHamwilurhe.uosev.2 baiin the 44e
2,500 pirs Shos, A -'. Publi itotic his e gien hatithen, i
nanon, lmods, tarc, Ntnnes~fiechew- eardaii rcneed n ftrhae Corby~ mm
'J~iuedOl, Lmp Ol, a(supriorartile i Machoex anad ahimnar e r-:M
Tma~ebai Fi tlrChais, Soothng Ionsditos ofsi reeied M.C eando sae hee
Mpaurs; eaher, e. c.&~. - an Jwh the b.i of R t DAt aoe:
SIBLE&CRAPON shoul aco bhand otte rnagd in Ne, C
* Hamburg~ly. 1 1543 * tf 23 Feehan uo hiseetn th be isgmnt re
OIL auired byrtet sie GaEG. PEvry .
A.KsR K. th covmert 1nd4v.-ilb eevgb
* ~Hamburg, Nov. 9 tf. 143 No.23.3
mehdt oet usr n ncesdpto
The Subscriber wouid'takethis -ogfiwignity
to return-his thanrks to h s-friends and the con
nunityin general- f., the 'lbemal #aitronago I
they have eonferredoan hijm or the last, tell
yoars Heintendsgfrrying d the
s ierchatsl . T< lorisng
Business. in all itb branches, at the od stand,
and hopes by strict attention to husiness, to
merit a contnance of those favors which have
been so liberally bestowed on him.
Dec.12 - tf 46
STATE OF S. C1ROL2A ,
EDGEFIELD - DISTRICT.
.BY OLIVER TOWLES. Esquire.
Ordinary of Edgefield District.
Vhereas, Wade Glover, applies to me
for Letters of Administration on all and
sinaular the goods and chattels, rights, and
credits of Martha Wilkinson, late of the
Dis rict aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and id
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said deceased. to be and
appear before rme, at otr next Ordinary's
Court for the said District to be holden at
Edgcfield Conrt House, on the 19th of
February. 1844, to show enuse, if any.
why the said Administration should not
Given under my hand and seat this 6th
day of February, one thosand eight hun
dred and forty-four, and in -the sixty
eighth year of American Independence.
OLIVER TOWLES, o. E. D.
Jan. 7, ($2 124) 2t 2
State o(f -outh Carolina.
BY OL.IVER TOWLES. Esquire.
Ordinary of Edgefield District.
Whereas. Goody McManws bath applied
to me f.ar Letters of Administration, with
the will annexed, a.t all and singular the
goods and chattels, rights, and credits of
John McManus. Sr., late of the District
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singular the kindred and credir
tors of the said deceased, to he and appea
before me. at our next Ordinary's Court
lir the said District to be holen at Edge
field Court House onf the 19th of January.
1t44. to show cause, if any. why the said
Administration should not he granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 5th
day of February, one thousand eight hun
dred and forty four,.& in the sixty-eighth
year of American Independence.
0. TOWLES o. E. D
Jan. 22. 1844. [$212] 2t 52
State of Souilb (urolina.
Y OLIVER TOWLE,, Esquire.
Ordinary of Edgefield District.
Whereas, George W. MeCullough bath
applied to me for Letters olfAdministration
on all and sitgular the goas and chattel.,
rights and credits of Elizabeth Mitchell.
late of the District afiores-., "l.-rends-d.
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singular, the kindred andcredit
tor of the said deceased. to be-and appear
iefore me, at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District to be holden at Edgefield
Court House on the 19tb of Feb 1844,
so show cause, if any. why the said Ad
mfinistratien should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 5th
lay of Feb. one thousatad eight hut
Bred and forty four, and in the .sixty-eighth
roar of A merican Indlependt nece.
0. l'OWLS, o. E. .
Fe. 7, 184:8. (.- l' 4 b. 2
8 ! ERV.BY GIV F.N. to e pirirs indehn
. tad atn the~ abscribears, e-';er bay Note or
hook Acrounut, preious to ttie first day of
Janaiv, I r.:. thnaat nuleets they .are puaid' ar
othierwise sattistictorily arraog'ed previous to
ltemtra iay, they wvill he nidiscritmnatelv
placed in the bands of proper ofleers for el
BLAND & BUTLER.
N. B. It gives aa paleasare, atpon the con
trary it is veryv nopaleasant, to have to say we
will do this, baut Money we must htave,
ii. . f6.
State of Soth~ laroinatt.
IN TIHE COMMON PLE~AS.
vs. >Foreign Attachmrnt.
r 3 H'-1 Plaintci(l-having this day filed his
*declaration in this case. ina my office, and
theerenadant having tnowifenra ttorney,known
to lbe wvithitn this State, ont whom aa ttcopyv of said
declaration, with a rule to plead canr be served.
it is ordered, ahait the~ said defenadanat d'o plead
to the said declaration,. waihin a year end a
day from the pubaliention of thiaq order, or flid
anal ab:solutejntdgmtontwill beawarded againist
GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's O.gce Edgefield C. H. April .10. 1843
A pria 1-4 G. ly
State of sonth. Carolina.
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
umes T. Giray' ) o'reigni AuachmenL.
Ann Milledge. Assumpsil.
VTjill~i hatilriin the above case, having
.: tlhis day filed his declaration in my of
fice-, anad thec Detendlsma haaving no attorney.
knaowan to he in this State, on whaom a rule to
pleadr can be sea ved; oat motion. Ordered, thmat
rhe said dlefeanrt do- plead within a year and
a dlay fromi the puablicaation of this rule or final
anid absolte jndgment will be awarded against
ORASMUS D. ALLEN, C. c. P.
lerk,'s Ojice, 5th June, 1843.
Junie 14 - - Jy 20
State of South Carolina.
- Precioas Lark, '
ris. ill for Parti
Williatm Ratiford anal wife. tion andl
[I. Bonalwaie anad wife arid. Ielief.
,athers. ' )
IT appearing to the sa-tislaction of the Coma
mi aassttoner, that William Raiford nod wife,
Samunael E. Hammond anad wife, anid Jamet' J.
Stoackdrale and' wife, B. 3. M'Uainte and his
vife, D)efenduant in this case, reside wi'haont
he lianiits oft this - tate, On amotiori by Wrard
aw. Comnplatmant'a. Solicitor. Ordered thtat
he said aubsenat Defenadanuts do p jlead, art
awer or .tmur to thae Cotmplainat's Bill
wiitt three months from thme ptiblicaatior of
his Order, or the said bill will be taken pro
onfesso against thmem.
3. TERRY, c-. x. a. a.
Nov 18, 1843 nm3 4r5
J: M.1 LADRURiI,
ATTORNEY AT L AW.
O FFICE at-Mr. oCnmty's Hotel, Edge
field Court House, S. C. I n
Jan.24 .3t 52
7 The Hamburg Journal will please copy
twice,.and forward their account.
HE snbscribers have forued a partner
. ship in the practice of Law for Edfiefield
District. Office near Goodman's Hotel.
December 23. 1843 tf 48
Ridge Acpademv. re
T-HE undersigned. Trustees of the Ridge a?
r Academy, having engaged.the services iY
of Mr. S. F. McDowELL for. the year 1844,
take great pleasnre in recommending htim to
the public, as well qaalified for the duties of an
instructor, being a regular gr.dnrare of the -
South Catiolina College, and having given
great satisfrictionr the present year.
The Academy is situatod on the Stage road j
leadim Irom ldgefeld to Coluiibia, aid stu m
dents from a distance'will have the privilege of i
travelling to and fromi the School, at 5 Centa et
per mile iti -he Stage.
The Ridge is well known to be strictly
healthy at all scasnns of the; ear.
B1oird can he obt .ned in orderly families at -
1aATES OF TUITION, pc qarter.
Spelling, Reating and Writing, $3 00
With Arithmetic, Geography and
Grammar, - 5 00 q
History, Compositio;n. Elements of
of Natural Phil.sophy, &c. &c., 7 00 t'
The School is providad with a very superior
Terrestrial Globe, necessary Maps, &c.. comi
R. T. BOATWRIGHT,
T. WA T SON, Tstees.
December 27 48 5t.
T HE Trustees of this institution take a
pleasure in announcing to the public,
that they have again succeeded in securing the -a
services of the Rev. A. G. BREWER, as instrc- h
tor for the ensuing. year; and, from the pro. ki
gress made by the students of the present year. li
they reel folly justified in recommendng the al
Institution to the confidence of those who may of
be disposed to give it-their patronuge. n
The exercises will be resumed on the third
Monday in January next, and will continue for cc
the term of ten months, to be divided into two fo
equal sessions. At the close of the first Session ;n
there will be an examination of the Students,
and a public exhibition. th
For Orthography, Reading, Writing, bt
and Arathneti., per session, $ 6 ci
The above, with Modern History, and T
Geography, per session, 8 00 1
So much of the above as may be neces- II,
sary, together with English Gram- is
mar. Ancient History and Geo
graphy,Natural Philosoph- .:he
toric. and Bookkeeping r see- t
Sion, - 10 00 su
So mitch of the former as may be re- ce
quired, with Mlathematics, Chem- ,,
istry, Logic, and all other higher a
branches ofan English Edue.ation,
per session. 12 00
No Student will be received for a shorter ti
termn than the half of a session.
Good Board can be had convenient to the fe
School on reasonable ten'..
A. PE RRIN, U
T. J. III3BLER.
A. T. TRAYLER, a
E. G. ROBERTSON,
J. SHIBLEY, s
w. S. COTH RAN. G
Dec. 11 2amumr 46 b
State of' South Carolina,
EDGEFfl-ED ISTTRiCT. C
IN THE COMJMO.V PLEAS. c
J AMES D. IIA MlMONDJ, who ha. been al
- 9rreda.d andl is nrow conaflied wthiun tire fr
bounds of the Jalil of~ Edgelieldl District by vir'- pi
tnte of a capias ad satifac.:td nim. a! the sti of tLI
Charles J. Gtovrnr, having filed his pettion with tI
aschedulhe on oaith, of ,is whole estate andi ei. ol
.ects. n~ ith the purpose of obrtaiingi the bneeit an
of the A ets of the General Assembly, common
ly called the Insokenrt Debtors Acts. si
Public notica is heichy given, that the peti sr
lion ofthe said Jamies D. ii ammrond will tbe Si
hwarad and condered in the Court ofCommnon sa
Pleas for Eduefield Dirnaict, at Edgerleld Court
House. oat the second Monday of March tnext, bc
or on such oiler day asq tihe Court may order. mi
durting tihe term, coimmencing on the secornd
Monday in March.l next, atsaid p:acet and till
tire creditors of said Jamres D. Hammond are
hereby sunnanoned personally or by attorney.
thean and there, in said Couri. to shew canse, if .w
arty they can, why thre benefit of the Acts afore- C
said should net be gran'.ed to the said James D- or
Hammond upon his executning the. assignment .
required by the Acts aforesaid.
. GEO. POPE, c.z.Do- a
Clcrk's Offce, di
Novr. 24,.18-43- or
Novr, 29 tr 44 D
State of South Carolina. '~
EDGEFlELD DISTRICT. (i
iN THE COMMON PLEA5S. I
Curry & Caver, ) Dedcelaion ti
5s. "in Foreign Attach *1
B. S. Miller, ment. t
William Curry, Declaration ta
. in Foreignn Attach-c
Henry Carter. ment.
Jared E. Grace, Deelara -n n
rs. in Foreign Attach. '
The Same. ment. ga
Curry & Caver, Declhration St
.vs. >in Forcign Attack o*
The Same. ment. P'
William Curry, Decdaration .~
:s. in Foreign Attack- SI
'Jhe Same. ment. h
JIared E. Groce, vs. Declaration
Ti'he same, arid in Foreign Attach.
Benjamin S. i'iller. ment.
Curry & Caver, . Declar at ion
Es. in Foreign Attach
John WV. Carter. ment.
B. WV. Groce, 'Decltarationr
vs. in Foreign 13ttack
The Sarme. ment.
WV. Cunry, - Declaraien '
vs.- in Foreign Attach
The Same. ment.
J. A. Hlibler, sDo/aration
:s. in Foreign Autack. are
Hiiram!N. Wilson, Agent. mnent. ed
Israel Board, for thea use ) Declisration ed
of' the satme, vs. in Foreign . .ttach-* dau
The Same. )ment.
H E Plainiffsa in the -ibove caesa, havinr i
. thasday- iledl their declarations in nmy ot' ne
fleei arid tho'defend~anie having rno wife or at. tar
mtrney~knowni to he within this State, ona whomr off
a copy of said declaration, with a rnie to plead
cana be sr rved: It is ordered, that the said diefen
datnt do Iplead to the saidu declaration, wvithin a -
year and at day fromt the publication of this or
der, or fial anid absolute judgment will be Pt
awarded against them. ~.for
GEO. POPEc c. a. - Ce
R hIs. Choice PdrtUIzico Sugar,
? 250 pieces GaniijBaggit;,45 to 47
hes wide; a siperioracticl..
10 ions assorted Swedes.Iron.
1 cask very choice wintec strained Sperm Oil
100 boxes Windsor Glass.
Aso. 100 Bris. Canal Flour; choice brands.
Just received and for sale. by
S3ILEY & CRAPON.
Hamburg. Jan 3 1844 tf 49
LI L Persons having any demands against
the Estate of A. Delanehter, deceased, are
qjuested to render them in prcperly attested,
cording to law, and all indebted are carnest
reguested to make immedjinte payment.
S. LANIER. Administrator.
Dec 4,1843 tf 54 Adna'trx.
Publie .A tice.
LL persons indebted to the estate of
John S. Bticy. dec'd., are requested to
eke paymenm without delay, and all ti.ose ha
dekinancds ag:dust the -aid estate,are request
I to present them attested in the usual form.
Jan. 17 4t 51
k LL persons having dematnds against the
estate of A. G. Colvin, der'd.. are re
tested tit pre..ent them to tne in the 4Irdiniry's
lice, oi Tittr-defy the fir. day of February
'xt, when-+t fina[ settlcie'me will be made on
c estate. Those not availing themselves of
is notice will not he (paid.
ROBT. JENNINGS. Jr.
Jan.10 '4t 50
A PUBLIC BLESSING.
PHES E PILLS have Inug been known
and appreciated, for their extraordinary
td immediate powers of restoring perfect
altl to persons suffering under neatly every
td of disease to which the human Irane is
ible. They are particularly recommended to
I those persons who are afflicted with any kind
'a chronic or lingering complaint, as there is
> medicine before the public which has so
ttural and happy effect upon the system in
irrecting the stomach and liver, and to the
icmation of healthy chyle and thereby purify
g the blond..
They are acknowledged by the hundreds and
ousands who are using them, to be not only
e most mild acid pleasant in their operation
> the most perfectly innocent, safe and effi
ent medicine ever offered to the public.
hose who once make a trial of these Pills.
svr afterwards feel willing to be without
emi, and call again and again for more, which
suitlietent proof of their good qualities.
HEADAChIE-SICK OR NERVOUS.
Those who have suffered and are weary of
utfering with this distressing complaint, will
rd Spencer's Vegetable Pills a remedy at once
rtat and immediate in its effects. One sin
le dose of the Pills, taken soon as :he head
:he is felt coming on, will cure it in one-half
As a remued y in summer and bowel complaints.
Bey display their wonderful powers to adti
ttion, and are far superior to any thing in use
r these comapl.tins.
In Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint.they stand
nrivalcld. Many have been cured in at few
ceks, after having sirered under the dread
il complaint for years.
In Ihabitual Casticeness they are decided:.
perior to any Vevetable Pill ever brought be
ire the public ; and one 25 cent hex wal es
blish their surprisirg virtues. an place thcu
.vond the renci of doubt in the estimation of
Ti'hev are -invalunble in nervous uind hypi.,
e'ndriacal affec-tioncs, loss oif appetite, andJ aic
imphlunts to which fema:les alone are sublject
Thev, ncre mild ini their action. antd coivi
cmtiedait convictioin of their ultility
nam the tic.,t dlose. TVhey may bce :;kak b,:
ersons ot any ciz ; aid the feebl, the titina.
i nervous atnd delicate are strengthene-d t.o
eir operation,. becanise they clear the cci
hail hucmnors. quiet nervous irritability. :- i.
variably produce sound health,.
U pwards of lidrechundred and seceulyg Lir.
nd oris ,.F these~ meistimiable P'ilh hnive ben'
id witint tiI(e last twelve tmonth:< in ci n
aes alonie. and more thacn three times t1i.
mcqiantity in other States.
As ani -mu-bilious imedicine, no famcily .lhoril'
without thema. A singke trial of thcemi is
o-e satisfactory than a thousand certificat-.
Talladega Springs, Tallarlega Co. Ala.
Auguast 17, 1842. S
This is to certify, that I have been aillict-.
ith Sick Ileadachle, Dlyspepsia and Livea
ouphaint, and Costiveness for the last eight
nine years, during which time I had takenu
well as I recollect,abaout silty boxes of Beck
ith's Pills, twelve boxes of Peter's Pills, ai'
nubaer of' boxes of Champion's and Bran
eth's Pills, all of which afforded me but little,
no relief. At last I was recommended to try
r. Spencer's Vegetable Pills, and wvell I did;
r I never had but one attack of the Sick
eadache after I commenced taking the Pills,
ow about six tnonths.) acid I candidly con
es, that I have derived'more real benefit fionm
e use of Spencer's Pills, than from all the
her Medicimes and Pills that I have ever
ken, acid I would earnestly recommend them
all as being in my opinmon, the best mnedi
n' in use for all lingecing c-omplaints, The
ills have done me so much good, that
nid not feel willing to be without them for
e dollars a box; and I cannot but feel very
ateful to Dr. Spmencer for having prepared
ch a valuable medicine, and the distribution
at is conferring a very great favor on the
blic, as it is a thing of the utmost importance
at every family should have a supply of Dr.
>encer's truly -valuable Pills constantly oct
ud. ISAAC aM. THOMAS.
Price, 25 cents per box, with full directions
For sale by
HAVILAND, RISLEY & CO.,
J. D. TIBBETS,
Edgefield Couirt Hlouse.
Dr. W. W. G EIGER,
Aug16 6im 29
LL person- having demands egainst
the estate of Charles MicKie decensed.
Srentestedl to pireseant thecm, properly attat
,andr those indebted to the estate are re'quir
to muake immediate payment, for longer in
Igence will not poeiinvely be aiven.
And also all personcs indtbced to G. A. Mc.
o, by Note, are reqnested to coins and re
w their notes or pny the money. before re
-n day. or they will be waited uiponc by aci
icer authoracised to collect.
.G. A, & THOS. MlCKEE,
an.29 . 2t 1
OF The frietadS of 6- .
)PE, Esqr., ancnounice hiunm' as a
re-electiona, to the Office of Clerk -or the~
urS of this District.
hassu * tr 14A
LL-pe asindebted to the subscril er, y
. Note,.or open Account, are requesti Ao
cot'ne forwrrd and settle, as I wAr &9x Y,
AND MtyJS- WAVY. 1T." to square off my:ow evoid
scores.-I have vaited until my. patience is pru
threadbare, andi can wait no.ionges. IW5i,
therefore, advise those.indebted to ne,. w hoo
not wish to pay costs, to come up'to th4 =- a c n t e ob
at once, as I amt determined not to b'es mL~dI
J 17 ' - t
CERTAIN and effectual cire ""e
and Fever; dlso used succeedful e
treatm,-nt of Bilioni Fever, ?.usea,
Debility. and Nervous Weakness.
The must flattering recommendattoiiof'dtfiha
Medicine have been received from manyeari
nent Physicians and others whohave.uaed-st.
And it is presumed that no medicine has. evier
bitn used whose action has been more:benoAf
cial, pleasant and invigorating, and calledforth
from afflicted sufTerers smch expressingl'
heartfelt gratitude and thankfulness. Pisuons
taking the Pil!a. soon find themselves relieved
-Chill token! Fevergone!! 'Stiachalk
head free and healhtifl!!! Strength :aid ap
petite increasing and improving,'and- all ner
vous weakness fled. -
When taken accoiding to the directjons.ac
compauying them, theynever fail tocureti er
Chill and Fever the first day, and neversick .
the stomaich or operate upon the bowels.
Their action upon the whole system isio'
charming. that persons are invariably surpriado
and pleased with their rapid and complee
restoration to health. -.
The Pills are purely and solely Vegetsile;
and the happy combination of the ingredients
and their proportions are such as.to-piaducea
medicine which never fails to relieve, ien
relief is at all attainable.
Each box contains 20 doses of Pills-ree,
One Dollar. For sn Io by
HAVILAND, RISLFY & CO..
Agents, Augusta, Georgia
J. D. TIBBETS, ::
Edgefield Court eauge.:
Dr. W. W. GEIGER,.1
Cherokee Poqd .1
Aug.16 6m 29
Vegetable Ague Medieme'
Safe and-certain cure for the Chisaud
AFever in all its complicatedforms,alabkun
effectual remedy for fevers ofevery-descriptlor.
This Medicine has been used by the propri
etor a number of years in extensite practace,
during which time, he has treated somethou
sands of cases of fevers and from the success
if this mode of practice, he is confident.it mast
and will be the prevailing practice-in feves.
It never fails to perform a cure of .Chills alid
Fever the FIRST DAY.
Bilious, T hus, Nervous, Congesties, Winter
and Yellow bever, all yield to the use of this
Medicine, en4 are cured- by -this -system> of
practice in a e.s.,ter time and with much more -
certainty than by any other system of practico
that has ever been recommended.
CERTIFIC ATES. :. t.
SHEFFIELD, Fayette Co. 'Ala. Jan. 10; I$42.
Dr. champion :-Dear sir, I have- been a
great favorite of Dr. Sappington's Pills. ;atid
until last full hud not heard ofyour pills. Ydir'
,gent has lef somo in this country; and t have
'used them in my practice.to a consideraliWe'et
tent, and I can with pleasure say,.thatas efar as
;ay knowledge extends, they are much mipe.
rior to any medicine I have used in casesof
Fevers. I am so forcibly and from: periona
nowledge convinced of the salutary and all
Important effects of your pills, that I am ezj
-reiely anxious to have you make an agent in
.hIis vicinity. There can be a large amount
-- bl~ here for caish Yonrs'truly.
- H. P. LEONARD, M,'
DAuLLAS Co., Ala., A pril 4,/18430
Dr. Champio:-Dear air,-Of' the pill
-dich I receiv'ed fronm you, I have found -sale
;;r a considerable quanutity. I thilk- that. t
mtltthe sickly here in consequence of the.wret
;pring Youtr pills give stuch general satisfac
tion~ here. that I am persuaded by my: neigh
'tars to write to you for a large supply 'tf both
iinds. It is tnow known that I keep -thern,
-ind ;;eople will conme 30 or 40 miles for them.
P'ic ase send theum sooin, as I expect ~to seli all
:t.at I have writted for by the time.your agent
:s around inJtnly.
Yours with much respect,
Elach box contains 1$4 pills, 12 of which~r
sufticient to cure any ordinary case of Chils
ad( Fever. Price $1 25, and
VEGETA BLE, AN TI-BtLIOUs, ANTI-DYsPEP
Tic PUaIFYING AND CATHARTIC PIILS
Possessing four important properties foi'
CureC of diseases, carefully and corretly coisd,
ones article to assist the efect of am' e, fortk
benefit of the hdea lth of mankind.
This medicine is recommended to the tes
tion of those afflicted with Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, Dropsy. Biljions habits, Cgstivis.
ess, Cholera morbus. Rheumatism; Scrofuala,
totul Stomachsdepraved appetite, Wora,.Con.
dialgea, (which is known by a sinking seissai
tion at the pit of the stomach,'j Jaundice;Nead-'
che and sick stomach, palpitation of the, he4
Diarhema, Dysetntery, or flux, Nervodis afeos
tion Heart burn, White swelling, -andTafl
those diseases arising from impure blood. .n
Price 25 ets. per box, and for sale, by
FRAZIER & ADDISON, .
Edgefld C. H., S.C..,
RISLEY & CO. Hamburg, S. C..
HAVILAND, RISLEV, & CO.
Also. in nearly all of the towns and villgejf
atnd by numerous country agents in all-the
Western and Southern States.
June 28 6m N
State of South Carolina
IN THE COMMON P'LEkS.
Philip H. atiatz, -
vs Foreign Attakise .
B. M. Duvalhl.
TH E Plaintiff having this day filed Iisbe..
.Eclaration in my office, and the -Defed
ant irving no wife or attorney known-to bs
within the State. on whom a copy of the samer,
with a role to plead could be served. .Iisoiv
dered, that-the defendant plead to :te said Do.
elaration within a year and a day, or haa and
absolute judgment will be given agains~hp
GEO. POPE, c.c. r.
Clerk's Office, 14th March,2843.
March 29) -ly-1 9
ALL persons are cautioned agaimttrading
Afor a Note of hand, given- to F.L4PaA
ham, forone hundred-and five dollars, 'drawna
one dlay-after date, dated-21st. January,' 1844.
As; the ingperty for which said Note was givin
has proven .unsound, I etn determined not 'to
. .:o sameuiiiccompellsd.6y law.",
- C.J. GLOVEiL
Jn31 dt I