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N EW GOODS! EW GOODS!
UPJRJLLED IND UCEsWIENTS.
Read and reflect! then decide for yourselves
CHAR s ES SANFORD, ,
(At the NE W CASH STORE, in, ILA3BURG, in the same Building of H UTER's Hotel.)
AS Opened, and is now receiving.'a fresh supply of NEW GOODS, suited to this
and the avproncli Season, among which ma- be found
Wool and piece dyed Black, Blue, Olive and ivisible Green. Brown and mixed Cloths -
A great variety of Cassinieres. Vestints and Tailors' Trimmings, of the best quality.
PRIev TS,-DeLAINS, BOMBAZINt'Eb, ALPACCAS, SH EETINGS,Sc.
English French and American Calicoes, at all prices; Furpiture Colicoest Linens of eyery
fabric; Cotton and all Wool Flannels; Colored, Plain, Plaid and Striped Cambries; Swis' lus
ins; a great variety of Brown and Bleethed Sheetings and Shirtings, Osnaburgs,Kers9-y, Plaid
and Plain Liuseya, Blankets. &c.
EATS, CAPS. BOOTS AND SHOES.
A good supply of Hats, best ijunlity and latest style; Men's Boots .tnd Shoes, Ladies Searfs,.
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, laindkei'clsiefs, Ac. &c.
The above comprising by far' the most extensivd stock of Dry Goods ever offered in town,
having been purchased for cash in the city of New York, which will be sold correspondingly
h .The subscriber acknowledges with pleasure. the extensive patronage he has receired
fi-om the trading community of this and. the adjoining Districts; and desiring togive his custo
ners, 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 satisfy them
- Hamburg, October 7 tf ORD
Family Groceries. GROCERIES, &c.
T HE Subscriber respectfully informs his H E Subscribers respectfully inform their
friends and the public generally. that,hie T friends and the public. that they.have re
offers for sale, atthe brick store formerly occn- ceived a large and fresh supply .f GOODS,
pied by liessrs. Sibley & Crupon. nearly np- selected by one of the firm, in New York, Bos
lposite Mr. James Hubbard's Hotel, a large ton, Philadelphia, Baltimore and- Charleston.
and general assortment of GROCERIES, par- which in add:tion to their former stock. corn
ticularly adapted to the wants of families, coil- prises the largest and bestussortmentof Goods
sisting in part of . cve otered mn this market, consisting in part
New Orleans, Porto Rico, and St. Croix as follows:
SUGARS, 440 lihds. Porto Rico. New Orleans and
Lump, loat crushed-& powdered Sugars, St Croix Sugars,
Cluba, Rio and Java COFFEE, 350 bags Rio. Cuba, Porto Rico, St. Do
Back, Hyson, Gunpowder and Imperial niigo, Java, and Mocha Coffee,
TEAS, . 70 hulds. West ludia Molasses,
West India and New Orleans Molasses, 10 tierces Cuba . do.
Hull's Patent Candles, 4s, 5s. & 6a. : bb!s. New Orleans do.
Sperm. do. 4s, 5s, & 6s 70,000 lbs. Bacon, Hams,Sides& Shoulders,
Canal Ffour. in whole and half barrels,. -0,000 r- Swede iron, assorted sizes,
G casks prime Goshen Cheese, 5,000 " English do.
20 boxes do. do. do, :0,000 "' Band and Hoop Iron,
Buckwheat in 1-4 and 1.8 barrels, 3.000 " Nail Rods & Horse Shoe shapes,
Pickles in 1-2gal. jars, qis. and pints, 2,01 "" Cast, German, & Blistered Steel,
Tomato Ketchup do. do. . 20t0 setts Wagon Boxes,
Walnut do. do. do. 1,700 sacks Salt, (bleached sacks,)
50 'sasks Liverpool Salt, (bleached sacks,) 2,000 bushels Salt, in-bulk,
- 50 boxes Table do. (a fine article,) 250 pieces Gunny Bagging,
25 brIs. Irish Potatoes, (Roan) 1,000 Ibs: Bagging'T wine, (Weaver's,)
2 tierces Onions, (red and silver skin,) 150 coils Manilla Bale Rope,
ALSO, 100 do Hemp do do
Bar soap, shaving soap. cotton cards, wool 1.500 yards Osnaburga,
cards, pails, buckets, tubs, keelers, pi-gma. ii- 5,000 lbs. double refined Loaf Sugar,
digo, madder. copperas, rice, lard, chocolate, :3,000 " ". " crushed do.
Baker's cocoa, cocoa paste, Goshen butter. so- 3,000 " powdered do.
da biscuit, lemon biscuit, pic te crackers, wa- 1,000'" single refined Loaf do.
ter crackdrs, butter crackers. pilot bread, al- 20 boxes Turpentne Soap,
monds, carrants, citron, cloves, nutmegs. mace. 10 " Sperm Candles,
cinnamon, pepper, spiee, ginger, sago, pearl 20 " Hull's patent f andles,
Barley, maccaroni, ven 'lh. capens, mustard, 5 tierces fresh ground Rico
starch, West India si American preserves. 2,000 lbs. White Lead No. 1 Union Mills.
Pesons visiting Hamburg. are respectfully 25 bbl. Canal Flour, (choice brand,)
requested to call and examine for themselves. 40 doz. dining, parlor, rocking and
H. A. KENRICK. children's Chairs,
Hamhuig. Novr. 25 tf 44 7ensos lats and Caps,
[C[RCULAR. 150 casks Stone Lime. (in fine order,)
[To Planters CA rc.] an /. 20 kegs Dupot's FFF g Powder,
1,000 lbs. Bar Lead,
I BEG leave to inform you, that I continue 40 boxes Window Glass 8:10 & 10:12,
the WAREHOUSE and COMMISSION 130 bags Shot, assorted sizes,
BUSINESS at my old stand. known as the 2,500 pairs Shoes,
WATERPROO" WAREHOUSE. Detach- Tea, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Chocolate, Cn
ed as it is from other buildings. its location ren- n'.mon, Almonds. Starch, Nutmegs, fine chew
dens it nearly as secure from fire. as if it was in Tobacco, Negro Cloths, Blankets, Shoe
fre-proof. The floors have been elevated above Thoread, Cotton Yarn Cotton Cards, Woo
the nigh wvater mark of the great freshet of Cards, Tacks, Sieves, lonugh Lines, InrdigQ,
May, 1 w40. . Madder, Blue Stone, Copperas, Epsom Salts.
lanters will thu be secured from the posst' Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil, a (superior article,)
bility ofloss and damage by freshets. Trace Chains, Fifth Chains, Smoothing [rons,
I avail tnyself of-the present occasion, to re- brass bound cedar Bnekets, horse .Bnckets,
turn my thanksfo my friends and patrons. for Pils, Tubs. Keelers, Willow Wagons, net
their liberal support durmg the past season. I Measures, Feathers,-&c. &c &c.
solicit from them and the public generally, a SIBLEY & CRAPON.
continuance of this confidence, ard assure them -amburg July. f, .843. . ..' 23
that in returnl for their patronage. I will use my
best personal efforts to promate and protect R d eA a en
their interests, committed to my chargo.> In Rd~ edhV
addition to this assumance. I pledge myselfthat HJ lE undersigned. Trustees of the Ridge
I wvill in no case purra~lse a hale of' cotton. di- - 3 A cademy. having engaged the services
rectly or indirectly.. I will attend personally to of Mr. S. F, Mc Dowartir for the year 1844,
the sale and forwarding of cotton to Savannah take great pleasnre ini recommuendimg him to
or Charleston; also, to the saile of Bacon, Flour, the pubic,. as well gnalif'ied for the duties of an
&c. &c., and to the receiving rind forwarding Instructor, being a regular gradriare of the
of goods to the rp-country. Having a fine South Carolina'College, and haring given
wharf attached to nmy Wiarehourse. no wharfage great satisfaction the pr'esernt year.
will be charged on cotton to may care, either The Academy is situated on tihe Stage road
for sale or to be forwarded to Savannah or leading from Edgefield to Columbia, and stin
Charleston. dents fromi a distncre will have the privileg'e of
My commissions for selling cotton,' will br- travelling to.nrnd from the School, at 5 cents
25 cents per bale, and 12j cents for forwnatf per mile mi the Stage.
ing. I will-also attend to the buying of goods. The Rtidge is wsell known to be strictly
per order. healthy at all seasons of the j ear.
Very respectfully, yours, &c. Board can be oht ,ned in ordeuly families at
G. WVALKER. l-ow rates.
Hamburg August 2,194: RATES OF TUITION, per eserter'.
August9 Gm .28 Spelling. Rearding and Writing, $3 00
Water Proof,- AN~o 1MIStale !V Wi Arirhrmetic, Geography arid
K.H. JEFFERS &c. Ht"" in.Eene; **
WAREHOUSE & GEN ERAL Co3M3M5Itt . of Natural Pilosophy, &c. &c., 7 00
MERCHANTrS.-HAMBURG, S. C. TeSho spoie wt eyIuei~
B EG leave to inform their friends, andl theTertilGobncsay as,&.co
public generally. their NEIF 'fA TER pee
PROOF IVARE HOU1SE, with large cnuve- WAI
ntient close Storesattached, is now completed i.'.BA RG'T
and ready for the rece ption ofT.W 'ON ' I
Cotton, 1terchaandise,- *4c. 5 ASN rses
It is situated on the principal street lending A. UTAD
into the business part of the town, four feet Il ASN
above the highest wvater mark -by rictual survey, Dembr248ft
entirely remnote from all other btuildings, which_________________
renders it 6re-proof, arnd conveniently sitiated .Beh y'A a m .
-for loading and unloading wagons.
place, and pledged not to speculate in Cotton Ilauei nonigt h ulc
o.their own account, but to give .their undivi- ta hyhv gi ucee nscrn h
* ~~~ded attention-tolthu interest of their customers,sri'eofteRvA.GBux ,,asntu
ahd are, fully prepared to- attend to the Sale, trfrteesigya;ad rmtepo
Stdrinrg anid -hnpig, ofgrsrirehth.stdnsotepeetyr'r
. Cotton, lour- Bacon &c. hyfe ul utfedi eornedn h
Receiirg and oadn M E RLH A'DISE.lstttntotecndeuefthewoma
*Purchazsung odst order, koc. !'c.bedpodtogvithirproa.
Their char-es will be as follows :-For sel Tr xrie ilbersmdo h hr
ling Cotton ~5cents per bale;. Shiipping do, Mna nJnaynr.ad~h otni o
12j cents per bule. Gommisvion for buying orthtrmoen otsobedvediotw
* ~~se lng Merchandise and Pr'oduce 2j per cent. eulssin;A-h ls ftefrtSsia
r13wairding, and Storage, in accordance withthrwileaneiiuti ftbSudts
th'eestablishe~d rates. All Cottonr, Floaur, &.udaubiexitio
*recived by the river free from wharfage. LirTR S
heral adlvances will be made when required,.FrOtorpy Raig ring
onr any consignments made to them.anArtei.,prsson *6 0
Hamburg, Septr. 9 tf 33 Teaoe ihMoeaHsoy n
Fair Notice ' omc fh bvnsmy10ncu
''HERtEBY GIVEN, to all persons indisbt. srtgte ihEgihGan
Rod to the- subscribers; either by Note or' maAcetHioran.Go
Book Ac t. previotas to the Girst day of-. gahNtrlPiooh.he
January, 384 that unless they eae: paid. or tradBokeigprss
otherwise satisfactorily arranmged' previous tos in. il O
Return Day, they will lie indiscriminately S uho h omra'aa er
placed in the biands of proper officers for col- urd ihMteais hm
rection. -ity ofadalohrhgi
BLAND & BUTLER. rnhsoa ngihEuain
N. B: It gives as no pleasure. upon the ucon- e eson eo
trai-y it is very unpleasant, to have to say we NoSuetwlberciefrashtr
will do this, but M1oney we maust have trm hatehalofassin
B. & B. GodBadcnbhacovnetote
Jan.'24 . tf 52 Scoloresnbetm.
- h bBB3LS. Canal FLOUR, A .T~LR
S117100 bonxes new Raisins, --. E .RBRSN
- 2 bags Alrronds. 3.SJBLY
~ ust received anid for sale by*W.SCT-RN
SIBLY &CRAPNR. T. BOATWustieT,
Hambug. Nv. 2 ~ tf 4 -De. WA TSON. - 4
- SRERIFF'S SALE.
Y virtue.of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, Twill proceed to selrat Edge=
field-Court House, on the first Monday
and Tuesdfy of March next, the following
Jehu Mouchet vs Pew Nix, one negro
William H. Moss vs Dendy & Key,
three Negroes, viz. Hannah. Marinda, and
Dave, levied on as the property of T. N.
J. & G. J. Sheppard vs William H.
Fagin; Henry Rush vs the same, one
Negro Girl, Keziah.
H. BOULWARE, S. E. D.
Feb.13 3t 3
BY virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, I will proceed to sell at Edge
field Court House, on the first M onday and
Tueslay in March next, the following
A. J. Rartbo vs Rudolph Carter and
Elizabrth Cater, the tract of land where
the defendant Bodolph Carter now lives,
coutaining five thousand acres more or
less, adjoining lands of John Wise, Mary
lightuwet and others.
Jasper Gibbs vs the same; the above
described property. -
Wade Glover vs John Scealy, the tract
of land where the defendant lived at the
time of his death, on Bi Harseo Creek, ad
joining lands of Amony Sibley, formerly
the laud of Wiley Milton and others.
J. Gibbs & Co. vs Philip Pow, the tract
of land where the defendant lives, contain
ing two hundred and seventy-two acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of Robert
Lofton, Reuben Landrum and -J. Hughes.
Iliram Roberts, Trustee of Mary Rob
erts, vs Robert McCullough, the tract of
'land where the defendant lives. contain
ing seven hundred and fifty acres, more or
less, adjoining lands of Washington Wise
Charles A. Meigs vs Abijah Abney and
Charles Powell, the tract of land where
the defendant Abijah Abaey lives, adjoin.
ing lands of Sarah Starke and others.
E. 13. Pressley vs W C. Clegg sod
Gamell Clegg ; John S. Smyley vs W. C.
Clegg, one, hundred acres, more or less,
adjoining lanod ofJ.W. Cleg;,Joseph Still
and others. '. .
J. S. & J. C. Smyley vs James Gole
man, the tract of land where the defend
ants now lives,. adjoining lands of-Rolin
Rhodes and others.
James Dorn vs A. R. Falkner, the tract
of land .where the defendant now lives, ad
joining lands of John West sand others.
Also a tract of land called the Red Tract.
Brannon & Mundy vs John G. Thomas,
the interest of the defendant in three hut
dred acres of land, more or less, adjoining
lands of Batt Howard and others.
V. V. S. Auitin vs A. E. Moore,two hun.
dred and forty-four aores of land, adjoi l
ing lands of R. T. Moore, Wilson Shealy
S. F. Goode, Endorsee, vs George Sad
ler, the tract of land .where Mrs. Sarah
Sadler now live,, adjoining lands of the
Estate of Richard Uozier, deceased, and
V. V. S. Austin vs R. T. Moore and
William Bridges, Administrators of the
Estate of Samuel Moore, deceased, eight
hundred acres of land. more or less, ad
joining lands of Jacob Long, Caleb Inab
nit and others.
Luther Roll vs Chatles Lamar, Abram
Mathews and Samuel M. Mathews vs the
same; 1N. L. ifli vs the same an:1
Lewis Ellzey, the H-ouse and Lot in the
towrf H amburg, ltruwn as the A merican
Rotel, occupied at this time by Robert R.
Hunter as a public tavern.
S. CHRISTIE, 5. E. D.
Feb. 10 4t 3 .
State of' South Carolina.
B YOLIVER TOWL Es,Esquird
Whereas, Lucretia Whiittle, and James
Whittfe, hath applied to me for Let ters of
Administration -on all and singular the
goods chattels and rights and credits of
Joseph Whittle, late of the District afore
These ar~e; thefefore, to cite and admon
ish all and- singular, the kindred ande'redit
tors of thosaid deceased, to be and appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District to be holden at Edgefield
Court Hlonse on the 26tht of Feb. 1844,
to show cause, if anf, why the sai'd Ad
tministration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 12th
day of Feb. one thousand eight hun
dred and forty foor, arnd in thie sixty-cighth
year of A merican Independence.
0. TOW~LES, o. E. ri.
Fe. 14, 1844. ($3 124) b 3
STAqTE OF~& CAROL>Na,
B Y OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire.
Ordinary of Edgelleld District.
Whereas, James S. Pope, applies to me
for Letters of Administration on all and
singular the goods and chattels, rights, and
credits of T homes Rotten, late of the'
District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, th'erefore, to cite and ad
rmonish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said deceased, to be and'
appear b~efore me, at- our next Ordinary's
Court for the said'District to be holden at
Edgefield Court House, on the 26th of
February. 1644. to show cause, if any,
why the said Administration should not
Givetn und'er umy ian-d'atid seal this 13th
day of February, one thousand eight hun
dred and forty-fou4,-and' in the sixty
eighith year of American Independence.
~OLIVER TOWLES, o. E. Da
Fob. 14.($2 124) St 3
O~N the first day- of Januzary- last, a small
-. brown POCKET BOOK, faced with
pale red, containing one Five Dollar bill and
some specie: :a Note for one hundred dollars,
drawn by William C. Willianis in my faver,
upon which there wds a credit of twenty dol
lars: two Notes drawn by Jpmcs Grisham one
for ten dollars, with a credujt ofive dollors, the
other for three dollars and seventy five cnnts,
with a credit of two dollars upon it; atn open
accont against Mr. Grishuam, for about five
dollars. Ainy person who may have round the
above, will be rewarded by delivering the same
to -' - JOHN LOWREY.
Feb7 3t 2
HE undersigned have formed a Copart
..nerhip for the purpose of transacting
he business of
and have now on hand a general assortment of
CLOTHS, CASIMERES. VESTINGS, &c..
which they will make up, in.a fashionible and
workmanlile manner. No efforts will be
spared in endeavoring to give satisfaction to
those who my favor theta with their custom.
and they hope by a close attention to husi
ness to meet a share of that patronage, which
it is in the power of a liberal community to
CHARLES A. MEIGS,
Edgefield r H., Jan-3 if 49
State of South Carolina.
* EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
John Rochell, Bill for Parti.
vs -tion, Account,
James Tomkins, Ex'tr. and and Sculc
I T appearing to the satisfaction of the Com.
missioner, that Henry M Tomkins, Fran
cis Tomkins and Sarah his wife, Pocaliontas
Tomkins,Powhattan Tomkins, Elizabeth Tom
kins. daughter of Francis Tomkins. deceased;
John 'Tomkins, of Tennessee, and^ Sdsan his
wife, R. M 1cCnffey, and Charlsey his wife;
S. H. Saunders and Eliza his wife.- Patsey
Squires, Israel Morris, and Anna, late Anna'
Squires, Karaininter Squir.s,-the three last
named bring, children if said Anna "Aurris,
BartholoaiewS. Adatms, Ophelia Barker, Wil
liam Adains, James Adams. Thaimas Adams,
James Atchis'tn. and Sarah his wile. John Gib
son. James Stallsworth, Calloway Stallsworth,
Park Stallsworth, Jackson Stallsworth. Nicho
las Stallsworth, and Nancy Stallsworth, de
fendants in this suit, reside without the limits
of this State; On motion,. by Mr. Banskett
Complainant's Solicitor, ,rdered, that the above
named Defendants do plead, answer, or de
mur, to the Complainant's. said bill, within
three months from the publication hereof, o
the said bill will be taken pro confesso against
S. S. TOMPKINS. c. E E. D
Commissioner's Office,:Feb. 9. 1 843.
Feb.14 3m 3
State 'of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
J M. C. FREE LAND, who has been
a earrested, and is now confined within
the bounds of the Jail of Edgefield District by
virtue of a capias ad satisfaciendum, at the snit
of 0. H. Lee, having filed his petition, with
a schedule on oath, of his whole estate and ef
fets, With the purpose of obtaining the bene
fit of the Acts of tle General Assembly, coi
imonly called the Insolvent Debtors Acts.
Public notice is hereby given, that the peti
tion of the said J. Al C. Freeland. will be
heard and considered in the Court of Common
Pleas for Edgefield District,at Edgefirld Court
House, on the second Mondayof March next, or
on such other day as the Court may order, dur.
ingtheterm ,coin'mencing on the second Monday
in March next, at said place; and all the cre
ditors of said J. M. C. Freela:u are hereby
summoned personally or by attorney, then and
there, in said Court, to shew cause, if aiy they
can, why the benefit of the Acts aforesaid
should not he granted to the said J. M, C.
Freeland upon his executing the assignment re
quired'by the Acts aforesaid.
GEO. POPE, c. E. D
- Clerk's Offi ec,
24th November, 1843.
Nov. 29 3m 4
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
JAMES D. HAMMOND, who has been
arrested, and is now confined within the
bounds of the Jail of Edgefield District by vir
tue of a capias adi satifac'iendlum, at the snit of
Charles J. Glover, having filed his petitioti with
a schedule on oath, of .ii whole estate and ef
facts, n~tth the purpose of obtaining the beneit
of the Acts of the GineralI Assembly-, common
ly called the Insolvent Debtors Acts..
Public notice .is hereby given, ihnt the peti
tion of the said Jatmes D. Ilammnond will 6'e
heaid anid conside'red in the Couratt of Common
Pleas for E~dgefleldl Distiict. at Edgefield Court
House, on the second .\onday of March next,
or on stuch other day as the Conrt neay order.
durinig the terom. commencing .on the second
Monday in March next, at said p!ace; and all
the creditors of said Jamies D. Hanmmotnd nre
hereby summoned personally or by attorney.
then and there, in said Cotirt. to shewv cause, it'
any they can, why the beneufit of the Acts afore
said should net' be grained to the said James D.
Hammond upon his executing the assignment
required by the Acts aforesaid.
GEt). POPE, C. E. D.
Novr. 24,1843. ..
Novr.-29 tr -44
State of' Southi Carolina.
iN THE COMMON PLE AS.
Curry & Caver, Declaration
vs. >in oeg1Atc
D. S. Miller, -t mnt.i*Atc
William Curry,' - Declaration
. vs. 'in Foreign Attaclh
Henry Carter. ?iment.
Jared E. Groice, Declaration
' s. in Fioreign Att-,ch.
Th'e Samne. menat.
Curry & Caver, ~ - Declaration
vs. in Foreign Atuach
The Samc. - mecnt.
Williain Curry, Declaration
vs. in Foreign Attach.'
The Same. ~ ' ment.
Jared E. Groce, vs; Dedlaration'
T he stime. anid in Foreign Attach
B'enjanmin S. 'Miller. meat.
Curry & Cayer, -Declaration.
vs. .in Foreign Attach
John WV. Carter. ment.
B. WV. Groce, Dedaration
vs. in Foreign Attack.
Trhe Same. .'mnent.
Wv. Carry,' ' -. Dedlaratmon
vs. in Foreign Attach-'
IThie Same. - menat.
J. A. H-ibler,. * 'Declaration
vs. t n Foreign Att&:k
HirabiN. Wilson; Agent. scent..
Israel Bond, for the use Declaration
of the same, is. in Foreign Attach
The Same. - ment.
TH E Plaintiffs in the ?'bove cases, having
.1this day filed their declarations in my Of
fie,. and the defendants having no wife or at
torney,knowtn to be wIthin this State, ont whomi
a copy of said declaration, with a rule to p lead
can be served: It is ordernd, that the said defen.I
dant do plead to the said declaratioi, within a'
year and a day from the publication of this or
der, or final and absolute juidgmnent w~ill be
awarded against them.
GEO. POPE, c. a. P.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 6,.1843. 1y -42
Bales Cotton OSNA BURGS..
1000 yrds. Negro CLOT HS.
Just received and for sale by
SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Hamburg Oct. 5 tr A40
DRUGS & MIEDII .'V
- THE Subscriber keeps con
stantly t.n handia full audvery
complete assortment ofthe most.
choice FAM[LYDRUGS and;
Physicians, who are in prac
ties, will find it to their interest
to call and examine; all articles
prepared by its are strictly ac
- cording to the Dispensatory,
and warranted to be such, so that
they may be depended upon in practice, having
the long experience of Doctor TlwmasJ. Wray,
to superintend the business. his name is a suffi
cient guarantee. for any thing that is vended
from this establishment. We have at all times
on-hand. a full assortment of
Paints, Oils, & Dye-Stuffs.
Window Class. Perfumery, &c. Any thing
purchased in this concern will be promptly sent
to Hamburg.free of expense.
Orders executed with the utmost attention
J. E. MARSHALL,
Successorto TFIOMAS J. WVRAY,
At his old and well known stand, above
P. McGra's corner,.Augusta, Geo.
Jan. 24 3m 52
A PUBLIC DLESSING.
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1. and appreciated, fur their extraordinary
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hea!tli.to persons suffering under neatly every
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allthiose pergons w ho are afflicted with any kind
of a chrmun or lingering complaint, as there is
no medicine before the public. which has so
natural and happy effect upon the system in
correcting the stomach and liver, and to the
fot mation of healthy chyle and thereby purify
ing the blood.
They are acknowledged by the hundreds and
thousands wvho are using them, to be not only
the moost'mild and pleasant in their operation
but the most perfectly .innocent, safe and efli
cient medicine ever offered to the public.
Those who once make a trial of these Pills.
never afterwards feel willing to be without
them, and call again and again for more, which
is snffieiit ptoof of their good qualities
HEADACHE-SICK OR NERVOUS.
Those who have suffered and are weary of
suffering with this distressing complaint, will
find Sptncer's Vegetable Pills a remcdy at. once
certain and immediate in its etlect<. One sin
gle dose of the Pills, taken soon as the head
ache is felt coming on, will cute it in one-half
As a tenedy in summer and bowel complaints,
they disphty their wonderful powers to admi
ration, and are fiir superior to any thing in use
for these complaints.
In Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint,they stand
ttnrivalled. Many have been cured in a few
weeks, after having suffered under the dread
ful complaint for yeats.
In Habitual Costiveness they are decidedly
superior to any Vevetable Pill ever brought be
fore the public ; and one 25 cent box will es
tablish their surprising virtues, and place them
beyond the react of doubt in the estimation of
They are invaluable in nervous and hypo
chondriacal affections, loss of appetite, and all
complaints to which females alone aresubject
They are mild in their action, and convey
almost ifmnediate conviction of their ultility
from the first dose. They may be taken by
persons of any age ; ad the feeble, the infirm,
the nervous and delicate are strengthened by
their operation. because they clear the system
of bad humors. quiet nervotils irritability, and
invariably produce sound health.
Upwards of three hunded and seventy thou
sand boxes.of these inestimable Pill have been
sold within the last twelve months in three
States tone. anid more than three times the
samvinatdy in other States.
As an antti bilious medicine, no family should
be without themt. A siingle trial of them is
miore satisfactory thani a thousan'd certificates.
Talladega Springs, Talladega Co. Ala.
. August 17, 1842.
This is to certify; that I have beene afllicted
wvithi Sick Headacete, Dyspepsa and Live.
Cotmplaitm, and Costiveness for-the last eight
or nitegears,. during which time I had taketn,
as well as I recollect,about aixty boxes of Beck
with's Pills, twelve boxes of Peter's Pills, and
a number of boxes of Champion's and Bran
drethi's Pills, all of wvhichi afforded me hut little,
or no relief. A t last I was recotmmended to try
Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills, anud well .1 did;
tior I cnever had but onie attack of the Sick
Headache after I commtenced takineg the Pills,
(now about six months,) and 1 canididly con
fess, that I lhave derived more reatl benefit fromi
the use of Spencer's Pills, thain from all1 the
othier Medicimes and Pills that I have ever
taken, acid. I would earnestly recommcencd theum
to all as being ij may oiion, the best medi
cine in use for all lingeting comiplaints, The
Pills have done tine so mtzeh good, that I
wonid niot feel willing to be withont thetm for
five dollars a box; anid-I canot hut feel very
grateful twr Dr Spencei for having prepared
such a valnIthile medicitne, arid tiie distribution
of at is conferring a very great favor ott the
public, as it is a theing of the utmost importance
thatevery famaily shunld have a-stfpply of Dr.
Spencer's truly tYaluable'Pill''concslanit- on
hantd. ISAAC M. THOMAS.
Price, 25 cents per box, wvitht full directions
For sale byv
H AVI LAND, RISLEY &.-C0..
J. D. TIJBBETS,
Dr. W. W. G EIGER,
Aug. y.6 . .k Gm 29 -s
ALL persons iddebted to the'subscriber, by
Note. or open Adiouint, are requested to
come forwrid aiid settle, as "'1 warT MoxEY,
AND 5ttST rAvyt IT," to squaro off my own old
scorcs. I lhave wititedauntil my patience is worn
threadbare, andcan wait ito longeJi. I would,
therefore, advise those inidebted to me, who do
tot wisht to pay costs, to come itprto the scr-atch
at once, as I am determined not to be alone in
J 1 17 tT 51
T H E suebscriber having entered into new
usiess arrangemencts, is desirous of'
closing tip his old'btasidsss, and respectftzlly
trges upotn those iridebted to him either by
note or account, the necessity of an immcediate
Jannary 3 -tf . 49
A LL persons indebted for, work done at the.
Saew Mill, are reqnested to come forward
and settle theiraccounts for.the year -1842, eith
er by note or otherwise; and those having de
ma~nds against the estate of Jesse Swearetngen,
de'd., are requested to haud i hi cons
properly attested. . o teraouis
flctober .18 * f . 3 8
Bli agistrates Blanks,
FOR SALT.E A T THI OFFCE.er
k CERTAIN and effectual cure fdI Ague
and Fever ; also used successfully in the
reatment of Bilious Fever; Nausea, .Genieral
)ebility. and Nervous Weakness. -. -
The must flattering recommendations of this
hledicine have been received from many eini
tent Physicians and others who-have-sed' it
and it is prrsumerc that n9 medicine has ever
teen used whose action haas been nore benefi
ial, pleasant and invigorating,'and calledfortlh
'rom afflicted sufferers such expression ofr.
teatfelt gratitude and ahankfulnesr ;Persons
aking the Pil!s, soon find tliemselves'rebeved
-Chill token ! ~ Fevergone! , Siomachand
lend free and healthful !!! Strength .and up
etite increasing and improving, and all .ncr
sous weakness fled.
When taken according to .the directions' ac
:ompanying them, they never fail i cuoe the
Chill and Fever the first day, and neversicken
he stomach or operate uponothe bowels.
Their action upon the whole-systen. iso -
:harming, that persons are invariably surprised
md pleased with their rapid and complete
restoration to health.
The Pills are purely and solely Vegetable -
mad the happy combination of the itigrddieiti
md their proportions are such as to -pioducers
nedicine which never fails to relieve when
relief is at all attainable.
Each box 'ontains 20 doses of Pills-Price
3te Dollar. For sale by
IlAVILAND, RISLEY & CO...
Edgefield Court House.
Dr. W. W.' GEIGER
Aug. 16 .6m - 29
Vegetable Ague Medicine
A Safe and certain care for the Chills and
Fever in aal its complicated forms;alsoan
pffectual remedy (or fevers ofevery description.
This Medicine has been used by the prupri
!tor a number of years in extensive practice,
luring which time, he has treated some thou
tauds of cases of fevers and from the sucess
f this mode of practice. he is confident itnmust
and will be the prevailing practice in fevers.
it never fails to perforn a cure of Chills and
Fever the FIRST DAY.
Bilious, Typhus, Nereous, Congestive, Ifinters
and Yellow kever, all yield to the use of thib
medicine, r - are cured by this :system of
practice iin a us.~ter timte and with much nyore
raertainty than by any other system ofpracticd
that has e.ver been recommended. - -
'SHEFFIELD, Fayette Co. Ala. Jan.'1O, 1842.
Dr. Champion :-Dear sir, I have.. been.a
great favorite of Dr. Sappington's Pills,.an -
until last fall had not heard of your piits Ytir
agent has left some in this country; and'I'hav
used them in my practice to a considerable e*
tent, and I can with pleasure say, that asfar as
my knowledge exteqds, they are much supe
rior to dny medicine I have used in cases 60
Feyers. I am so forcibly and fron-persondl
kno.wledge convinced of the salutary, airdall
important effects of your pills, that I am, ex
tremely anxious to have you make an agentin'
this.vicinity. There can be a -large amount
sold here for cash. Yoitrs triuly, -
H. P. LEONARD, M. D.
-Di.L~As Co., Ala., A pril 4, 1843.
Dr. C/iampion:-:Dear sir,-Of the pills
which I received front you, I have found sale
for a considerable quantity. I think tharit
will be sickly here in consequence of the wet .
spring Your pills give such general satisfac- -
tion here, that I am persuaded by my neigh
bors to write to you for a large supply of both
kinds. It is now known that I keep'then
and people will come 30 or 40 miles for thermn
Please send theta soon, as I expect t'sell ailt
that I have written for by the time your agent
is around in July.
Yottrs with miuch respect,
Eiheli 1box contains'24 pills, 12-of wvhich are
sufficient to cute any ordinary case of Chills
and Fever. Praice ~1 25, and
VE GETAD.E, A % t-rn LIOUS, ANrTt-D~s?EPa
Ttc PURfFYJNG .AND cATBARITIC PILLU,.
Possessing four 'imotant properties, for the
cure of diseases, carealjand correetly combined,
one article to assist thed 'fe of another, for thb.
benefat of thelhealth of mankind.
rThis medicine is recotmmended to-the atteni
tion of thtose afflidted with Liver Complaint, -
Dyspaepsia, Dropsy. Billinons habits, Costive
nmess', Cholera morbus, Rh'enmatism, Serefula,
lotal Stomach .depraved appetite, W~orni's, Cdti
diulgen, [which is knowtn by al sinkinhens~
tion at the pit of-thestomach,]Jaundice,Jiead
che uundsick stotiiach, palpttation of the liea,
Diarhori, Dysentery, or flx, Nervous idiec
tioni.. Heart bttrn, W~hite swellintg, and all
those diseases arising fioma impure blood.
Price 25 ets. per biox, and for sale by
* FR AZIER & A DDISON, -
IS EY dgefel C. H., S. C::
- RSLY& CO. Hamfnur', S. -.
HIAVILANiD, ISLEY, & CO.
Also ini nea'rly all of the towvns and villages,
and by numerous country agents in all' tie
WVisterti'and Southern States.
June 2P 6w 22
State O I' South Carolina.
.EDG EFIELD DISTRICT.
IN THlE COMIMON P'LEAS~-~
Philip Hi. Matzp .. -,n
va' Foreign Attachment.
B. M. Dluvall.
T H E Phaintiflfhaviagthis day filed bins'D~
clarati'an in my office, and- the Delpnd
ant having no'wife or .attorney; known tobhe
within the State, Ott whomn a copy of the same,
with a rule toidaid hould be served. It isor
dered, that thiedefendant plead ioithe said De
claration within a year and a day,-or final nd
absolute judgment wvill be given against him,
GEO. POPE, c.'c. P.
Clerk's Office, 14th Mareh, 1843.
Ma rch299 -ly 9
State of South Carolina
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Oliver Simpson, - -tcmct
vs. >Foreign Atcmn
Middleton Belk. -
rI'HE Plalintilf having this day filed his.
~delaration in this case, iri my office, and'
to be within this State, on'whom aebpy ofasait
dcclaration, with a rule to plead can be served.
It is ordered, that the said deredait dd'plea'
to the said declaration, within a year and a
dlay from the publication of this o ror find
him. - * .- . .
GE0; PUPEE c.- C r
Clerk's Offse. Edgefield C.IJ A'pri I843
A pric l'J o- .
POPE, Esqr.; annouc In'aa a c~i 2'~
for rcellctiotn, to thie dfie of Clek
(Court of this District.