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i TLLBE.1OLD; on the 28th t
~VTthaitO residence of D-.Richa son,
Jec'd., the 'pe' onal estate of said d
(notbequeathed by.will.) centisting of.
HjrsigMbulds Cattle, Hogs, and Sheep, to
getbery with 42.r 43 .bales of Cotton; about
34O' ihelis of Corn,
Boqseh sldai'fitchen Furniture, Plauta
tionTools ryngong-Cirtt iPd Ozen; two Road
Wa a ityof Leather; som'e antan
ied H Igi lot of.Bacon &c. &c.
'rer eredit until the 1st January,
i84tiipth8e5re to give notes with two ap
- proved secrtlies.
- ,JAMES M. RICHARDSON,
- - J, S. GUIGNARD,
Feb.14 3t 3
WODILL at private sale, asplen
did-BLACKSMITH,one who is fully
qdahfied and. competeni-t6 have the'charge of
a Sbopand'd'honor to the trade in all its va
rious.branches; he is excellent on Cast Steel,
-and is also a very good coarse Shoemaker.
The subacriber being about to settle himself as
a Planter, and having discontinued his Shop,
-and having a common plantation Smith will
diipose" of the -other for cash. The above boy
is.unlemiuhed in character.
Anyg person wishing to see and examine the
-boy, will apply to
M. E. HOLLINGSWORTH.
Feb. 14. tf 3
T HE subscribers have formed a nartner
T ship in the practice of Law for Eiltefield
District. Office near Goodman's Hotel.
December 23, 1843 if 48
Notice to Guardians, &c.
G UARDIANS, TRUSTEES. and RE.
CEIVERS, who have not made their
Annual Returns, are notified to do so. before
me, on, or before the first day of March next.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D.
Edgefield, Jan. 19, 1844.
Jan.24 6t 52
N of ce
The Subscriber wou ual is opportunity
to return his thanks to is s and the com
munity in general, . r e etal patronage
they have conferre on h ast wn
years. He intendstearrying the
Business, in all its branches, at the old stand,
and hopes by strict attention to hnsiness, to
merit a continuance of those favors which have
beenso liberally bestowed on him.
Dec. 12- tf 46
LL persons indebted to the subscriber. by
ALNote, or open Account, are requested to
come forwrrd and settle, as "I wavsT Mosv.
AND JUST HAVE IT," to square off my own old
.scores. I have waited until my patience is worn
threadbare, and can wait no longer. I would,
therefore, advise those indebted to me, who do
nolowish to pay costs, to come up to the scratch
at once, as I am determined not to be aluo in
Jr a7 tf 51
HE subscriber having entered into new
business arrangements, is desirous of
closing up his old business, and respectinlly
urges upon those indebted to hun either by
-note or account, the necessity of an immediate
January 3 tf 49
ABBEY, Saddler and Harness Maker,
D. has removed his establishment to the
Store adjoining B. J. Ryan's Grocery, whbere
he will be thatnkful for all favors in L-is line of
Jaan10 tf 50
IS H EREBY GIVEN, to all persons indebt
3.od to the subscribers, either by '~Nte or
Book Account, previous to the 6 ret day of
January, 1843, th at unrless they are paid, or
otheiwase satisfactorily arranged previous to
Retui-n'Day, they will he indiscriminiately
placed.in the hands of propcr officers fur col
-' BLAND & BUTLER.
N.-B. It gives as no pleasure, upon the non
traryi1 is very unpleasant, to have to say we
will do this, but Money we must have.
B. & B.
Jan. 24 tf 52l
T HE undersigiied have formed a Copart
*nership for the purpose of transacting
the business of
and have now on han a general assortme~nt of
CLOTHS, CASIM ERES, VESTINGS, &c..
* which they will make up, in a fashionable and
wvorkmanhil-e manner. No e6l'orts will he
spared in ende'roring to :'ive satisfaction to
thosme who mnay favor them with their custom,
and they hope by a close attenution to busi
* ness to Upeet a share of that patronage, which
* e it is in the - powver of a liberal community to
* ,6 * aCHARLES A. MEIGS,
* .'- JOI9N COLGAN.
Edgedeld C H., Jan 3 tf 49
* . FLOUR.
* Edh~-BBLS. Canal FLOUR,
*a 100 boxes newtaisins,
.- .- 2'bags Atr.onds.
* utreceivedand for CaAe ONy
Hamburg.-Nov.25 - tr 44
Paints & Oils,
JUvT RECEivED . -
590 LOLBS. Extra and No.1 White
-- 10 bbs. Train Oil,
10 " Linseed Oil,
5 " S uerior Lamp Oil.
For iale by.. SIBL.EY & CRA PON.
. Hambdig,Odt 25 -. tf 40
MA CKAR ETI. SH AD. CODE IR,8f c
2O Brls. and- 1-2 brIa. Nos. 1, 2 and 3
30 kits and 1-2 kits No. 1 Mackarel,
-400 lbs. CODFISH,
10 boxes-HERRINGS, -
- - -, 3 half barr41s No;.1 Shad, for-sale by -
'H. A. KENRICK,
1 amburg, Nov..25 U' 44
SChina, Crockery, etc.
AOENEBAassortmept of CH INA
?. EaY.nd'GIASS WARE,yon
ssug feompourandgare'i.'e5 .Plates,.Bowls,
Pitchers, Dit.Ee'sadaia igrainife
* and.Chjlim1s ' Tiriers; 'Wine Glas
ses, Deatr;I Salts,,Crnets, &c..&c.
for sale by R;A(KENqRICK.
O;I0CE ARTICLEF, fdfi;b.
11. firRJ.LLLID irCJE1T
Hen ald irelect: then decide for yourselveS:
(At the -NEWCASH STORE, in HAMBURG, in the'same Buidding of HUNTER'S Hotel.)
K AS Opened;'and is now -recelving, a fresh supply ofNEW GOODS, suited to this
and the- proiching Season, among which ma be found
Wool and piece dyed Black; Blue, Olive and Invisible Green, Brown and mixed- Cloths -
A great variety -o Cassimeres, Vestings. and Tailors' Trimmings, of the best quality.
PRIRTS, DeLAINS, BOMBAZIN ES, ALPACCAS, SHEETINGS,f c.
English. Frenchand-American Calicoes, at all prices; Furniture Colicoes: Linens of avery
fabri; Cotton anidall Wool Flannels; Colored, Plain, Plaid and Striped Cambries; Swise .lus
ins; a great varietifrBibowa anid Bleeched Sheetings and Shirtings,.Osnaburgs,Kerseys, Plaid
and Plain Liniseya, Blankets. &c.
HATS, CAPS, SOOTS AND SHEOS.
A good supply of Hats, best quality and-latest style; Men's Boots and 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, Handkerchiefs, &c. &c.
The above comprising by far the most extensive stock of Dry Goods ever offered in town,
having been purchased for cash in the city of New York, which will be sold correspondingly
Ili The subscriber acknowledges with pleasure, the extensive patronage he has received
from the trading community of this and the adjoining Districts; and desiring to give his custo
mers, at all times, every advantage that the market affords, is still prepared to sefl as low as can
be had in this country. Purchasers are respectfully invited to call, examine, and satisfy them
selves. CHAS. SANFORD
Hamburg, October 7 tf 37
Family Groceries. GROCERIES. &c.
T HE Subscriber respectfully informs his HE Subscribers respectfully inform their
friends and the public generally, that he Lfriends and the public, that they have re
of'ers for sale, at the brick store formerly occu- ceived a large and fresh supply of GOODS,
pied by Messrs. Sibley & Crapon, nearly op- selected by one of the firm, in New York; Bos
posite Mr. James Hubbard's Hotel, a large ton, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Charleston,
and general assortment of GROCERIES, par- which in addition to their former stock. com
ticularly adapted to the wants of families, con- prises the largest and best ussortmentof Goods
sising in part of . ever offered in this market, consisting in part
New Orleans, Porto Rico, and St. Croix as follows:
SUGARS, 40 hihds. 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 mingo, Java, and Mocha Coffee,
TEAS, 70 bhds. West India Molasses,
West India and New Orleans Molasses, 10 tierces Cuba do.
Hull's Patent Candles, 4s, 5s, & 6. 35 bbls. New Orleans do.
Sperm. do. ; 4s, 5s, & 6s 70,000 lbs. Bacon, Hans,Sides& Shoulders,
Canal Flour. in whole and half barrels, 80,000 " Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
6 casks prime Goshen Cheese, 5,000 " Eglish do.
20 boxes do. do. do, 3,00 " Band and Hoop Iron,
. Buckwheat in 1-4 and 1 8 barrels, 3,800 ,' Nail Rods & Horse Shoe shapes,
Pickles in 1-2 gal. jars, qts. and pints, 2,000 " Cast, German, & Blistered Steel,
Tomato Ketchup do. do. 200 sntts 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 brls. Irish Potatoes, (Roan) 1,000 lbs. Bagging Twine, (Weaver's,)
2 tierces Onions, (red and silverskin,) 150 coils Manilla Dale Rope,
ALSO, 100 do Hemp do du
Bar soap, shaving soap. cotton cards, wool 1,500 yards Osniahurga,
cards, pails, buckets, tubs, keelers, piggins, i 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, pie me crackers, wa- 1,000 " single refined Loaf do.
ter crackers, butter crackers, pilot bread. al- 20 boxes Turpenine Soap,
mends, currants, citron, cloves, nutmegs, mace, 10 " Sperm Candles,
cinnamon, pepper, spice, ginger, sago, pearl 20 u Hull's patent Candles,
Barley, maccaroni, vemicill, capens, mustard, 5 tierces fresh ground-Rice.
starch, West India and 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,
Hamburg, Novr. 25 tf 44 7cases Hlats and Caps,
[CIRCULAR.) 150 casks Stone Lime: (in fine order,)
20 kegs Dupont's FFF g Powder,
To Planters Selercl 8anls. 1,000 lbs. Bar Lead,
I BEG leave to inform you, that I contine 40 boxes Window Glass 8x10 & 10x12,
I the WAREHOUSE and COMMISSION 130 bags Shot, assorted sizes,
BUSINESS at my old stand, known as the 2,500 pairs Shoes,
WATER-PROOF WAREHOUSE. Detach- Tea, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Chocolate. Cm
ed as it is from other buildings, its location ren- namon, Almonds, Starch, Nutmegs, fine chew
ders it nearly as secure frnin fire, as if it was ing Tobacco, Negro Cloths, Blankets, Shoe
fire-p roof. The floors have been elevated above Thread, Cotton Yarn. Cotton Cards, Wool
the high water mark of the great freshet of Cards, Tacks, Sieves, Plough Lines, Indigo,
May, 1640. . Madder, Blue Stone, Copperas, Epsom Salts,
Planters will thus be secured from the poss:- Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil, a (guperior article,)
bility of loss and damage by freshets. Trace Chains, Filth Chains, Smoothing Irons,
I avail myself of the present occasion, to re- brass bound cedar Buckets, horse Buckets,
turn my thanks to my friends and patrons, for Pails. Tuhs. Keelers, Willow Wagons, nests
their liberal support during the past season. I Measures, Feathers, &c. &c. &c.
solicit from them and the public generally, a SIBLEY & CRAPON.
continuance of this confidence, and assure them Hamburg July, 1, 1843. tf 23
that in return for their patronage, I will use mty
best personal effoirts to piomote and protect Ridge Academy.
their interests, committed to my charge. IniTU H E undersigned, Trustees of the Ridge
addition to this assutance, I pledge myself that Aaey aigeggdtesrie
Iwill in no case puchs wil aefcttedpronlly - of Mr. S. F. Mc DowrELr for the year 1844,
hetle and mdirwarding of cttnproay to na take great pleasure ini reconntnending him to
rthealestn oardingl of on avanna the pubilic, as well qualified for the duties of an
&co &. haretnd tlo t he e f an flo r Instructor, being a regular wraduate of the
&c.&c, nd o herecivngan fowrm South Carolina College, an<? having given
of goods to the up-country. Having a fine gra aifaio thI rsn er
wharf attached to ity Ware ouse, no wharfag'e gra.ttsco ti-.eet er
will be charged on cotton to my cate, either The Academy is sitnated on the Stage road
for sale or to be forwarded to Savannah or leading from Ecigefield to Columbia, and stu
Charleston. dents from a distance will have the privilege of
My cotmmtissions for selling cotton, will be travelling to and from the School, at 5 cents
25 cents per bale, and 12& cetits for forward- per mile mt the Stage.
ing. I will also attead to tbe buying of goods The Ridge is well knoivn to be strictly
per order. healthy at all seasons of thefear.
Very respectfully, yours, &c. Board can be obt - ed in orderly families at
G. WA LKER. lowv rates. - -
Hamburg August 2, 184:1. *RATES OF TUITION, per.'qurter.
SAugust 9 -in 28 Spelling, Reading aiid Writing, $3 00
Wate Prof, NoMistke' With Arithmetic, Geography and
Watr roo, N Mitae! Grammar, - - - - 5 00
K, L, JEFFERS & CO. History, Composition, Eleritents 0
WAREHoUSE &5 GENERAL, co.M~isioN .of Natural Philosophy, &c.&c., 70
M ER Cil ANTS.-H A g BURG, S. C. The School is providad ii a very suaperio'r
B EG leave to inform their friends, and-the Terrestrial Globe, ncs a Mp, &c.. coni
.3public generally, their NEW WA TER plete.
PRO OF WiAREIIOUSE, with large conve- II. WARD,
nient close Stores attached, is now completed R. T. BOAT WRIGHT,
aid ready for the reception of T. W ATSON,
Cotton, IlJerelaandise, &c. . S. WATSON, ***-~ttS
It is situated on thme principal street lending A. RUTL AND, J
into the business part of the town, four feet M. WATSON,J
abb'e the highest water mark by actual survey, Deceuiber 27 48 5t.
entirely remote frotn all other buildings, which
renders it fire-proof, and conveniently situated Bethany acauemyi
r loading and unloading wvagons. . .E H E Trustees of this institution take a
. They are now permanently located in this - leasure in announcing to the public,
place. and pledlged not to speculate im Cotton that they have agaiti succeeded in securimg the
on their own account, but tc give their undivi- services of the Rev. A. G. BREW ER, as instruce
ded attention to'the interest of their customers, tor for the ensnting year; and, from thie pro
and are fully prepated to attend to the Siale, gress made lby the students of the presenttyear,
Storing and Shki ing, of they feel fully justified in recommending the
Cotton, fioR. B aeon, &c. Institution to the confidence of those who may
Receiin anmd Forwcarding MERCHANDISE. be disposed to give it their patronage.
Purcasmg Goods to order, Ac. &c- The exercises will be resnmed on the third
Their charges will be as follows :--For sel- Monday in January next, and will coiitinue for
ling Cotton 25 cents per bale; Shipping do, the term of ten months, to be divided into two
2u cents per bale.' Commission for buying or equal sessions. At the close of the first Session
selling Merchandise and Produce 2& per cent. there will be an examination of the Students,
Forwarding and Storage, in accordance with and a public exhibition.
the establish'ed rates. All Cotton. Flour, &.c. T ERMS:
received by the river free from wharfage., Li- For Orthogp~hy, Reading, Writing,
beral advances will be made when required, and Arthmetic, per session, $ 6 00
m burcnsgnets 9aet them. The above, with Modern History, and
Ha bug, Setr.9 fS33 Geography, per session, 8 00
L~J1YI.SoRmuch of the aboeve as may he neces
LUMBER sary, together with English Gram
.t .Redugced .Pr-ces. . mar, Ancienit History and Geo~
7H E Subscriber respectfully informs hits graphy, Natural Philosophy,Rhe.
.friends and the public generally, that lie toric, and Bookkeeping per s'es
is a good stock of well sawed LUMBER on sion, 10 00
iand, anid sawing daily of the best heart Pines So much of the former as may be r~e~
it the following prices: - quired, with Mathematics, Chem
At the Mill 50 cents per hundred. istry, Logic, and all-other higher
Delivered, 80 " " branichesofanEnglishEducaton,
mrithin -10 or 1-2 miles of the Mill. per session, - 12 00
- - MARTIN POSEY- No Student will be received for a shorter
Fe.7 .3m 2 term than the half of a session.
* -. Good Board can be had convenient to the
Baessnaburgs-. School on reasonable terms.
BesCotton OSNA BURLGS. - A. PERRIN,
-V 1000 yrds. Negro CLOTHS. .T. J. HIBBLER,
Jst'received and for sale by .A. T. TRAYLER,
SIBLEY &s CR4J2ON. - - E. G. RtOBERTSON,
Na mburg Oct. 25 tr 40 - J. SHIBLEY,
____________________-IW. s. COTHIRAN.
lE aghtrates 'Blank, :- -- -Trustees.
FOPnn SAL A Tr THISar nOFFICE . D.11 O2nn 46
- TIESubscriber. keep ~con
stitly on' hand;a full and very
complete assortment of the most
choice FAMILY DRUGS and
Physicians, who are in prac
tice, will find it to their-interest
to call and examine; all articles
prepared by us 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 Thomas J. JVra ,
to superintend the business, his name is a suaf
oient 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.
Successor to THOMAS J. WRAY,
At his old and well known stand. above
P. McGran's corner. Augusta, Gen.
Jan. 24 3m 52
State of South Carolina.
John Rochell, Bill for Parti
vs tion, Account,
James Tomkins, Ex'tr. and and Settle
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Com
missioner, that Henry M Tomkins, Fran
cis Tomkins and Sarah his wife, Pocahontas
Tomkins,Powhattan Tomkins, Elizabeth Tom
kins, daughter of Francis Tonkins, deceased;
John Tomkins, of Tennessee, and Susan his
wife, R. M. McGuffey, and Charlsey his wife,
S. H. Saunders and Eliza his wife. Patsey
Squires, Israel Morris, and Anna, late Anna
Squires, his wife, Ezra Squires, Ira Squires,
Auraminter Squires, the three last named
being children of said Anna Morris, Bar
tholonew S. Adams, Ophelia Barker, Wil
ham Adams, James Adams, Thomas Adams
James Atchison, and Sarah his wife. 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. Bauskett
Coinplqinant's Solicitor, ordered, that the above
named Defendants do plead, answer, or de
mur, to the Complainant's said bill, within
three months from the publication hereof,.or
the said bill will be taken pro confesso against
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. , E. D
Commissioner's Office, Feb. 9, 1543.
Feb. 14 3m 3
State of South Carolina.
B Y OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire.
. Ordinary of Edgefield District.
Whereas, Hannah Kemp, hath applied
to me for Letters of Administration, with
the will annexed, on all and singular the
goods and chattels, rights, and credits of
Henry J. Kemp, late of the District
These are,.tberefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singular the kindred and credir
tore of the said deceased, to be and appea
before me,.at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District to be holden at Edge
field Court House on the 4th of March,
1844, to show cause, if any, why the said
Administration should not he granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 16th
day of February, one thousand eight hun
dred and forty four, & in the sixty-eighth
year of American Independence.
O, TOWLES. o. E. Di
Feb. 21, 1844. [$2 12] 2t 4
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
JM. C. FREEL AND, who has been
e arrested, and is now confincd within
the bounds of the Jail of Edgefield District by
virtue of acapias ad satisflnciendum, at the smit
of 0. H. Lee, having filed his petition, with
a schedule on oath. of his whole estate amid etf
fe.ats, with the purpose of obtaining the bane.
fit of the Acts of the General Assemnbly, com
mnonly called the Insolvent Debtors Acts.
Public notice is hereby given, that the peti
lion of the said J. IQ C. Freelnd. will be
heard atnd considered in the Court oft Comnmon
Pleas fur Edgefield District, at Edgefield Court
House, on the second Monday of March miext, or
on such other day as the Court may order, dur
ing thetern,eommencing on the second Monday
in March next, at said place ; and all the cre
ditors of said J. M. C. Freelanid are hereby
summoned personally or by attorney, then and
there, in said Court, to shew cause, if any they
can, why the benefit of the Acts aforesaid
should not be granted to the said 3. AT, C.
Freeland apon his executing the assignment re
qared by the Acts aforesaid.
Clek'sOfse, GEO. POPE, c. E. D
24th November, 1843.
Nov. 29 3m 4
State of' South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
JA MES D. H AMMOND, who has been
:arseand is now confined within the
bounds of the Jail of Edgefield District by vir
tue of a capias ad satifaciend am. at the suit of
CharlesiJ. Glover, having filed his petition with
a schedule on oath, of :his whole estate and ef.
fects, with thc purpose of obtaining the benefit
of the Acts of the General Assmbly, common
ly called the Insolvent Debtors Acts.
Public notice -is hereby given, that the peti
tion of the said James D. Hammond willI be
heanid and considered in the Court of Commion
Pleas for Edgefield Distmict, at Edgefleld Court
House, otn the second Monday of March next,
or on such other day as the Court may order.
dutring the term, commencing on the second
Monday in March next, at said place; and all
thie creditors of said James D. Hammond are
hereby summoned personally or by attorney,
then and there, in said Couri. to shew cause, if
any they can, why the benefitof the Acts afore
said -should net be grntedl to the said James D.
Hammond upon his executing the assignment
required by the Acts aforesaid.
GEO. POPE, c .D
Novr. 29 tf 44
T . INotice.
HE Subscriber takes pleasure in inform
in. lg the public, that he has succeeded, in
engagingsthe services of an experienced Miller.
flhr the ensuing year, and having his Mills in
thorough repair, is prepared to do any quan
ity of grinding grain at the shortest notice.
Persons having W heat, and wishing superior
bour made-from It, are invited to give him a
all. His terms are.the tenth..
S. W.. NICHOLSON.
SDec 5, 1843 6m? 49
50~Fjust received, and for sale b
H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Nov. 25 tf 44
A PUBL:I iLESSI . --
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and appreciated, fir their extraordinary
and immediate :poivers of restoring perfect
health to personsbaffering under neatly.every
kind of disease to whicir the human fraineti
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all those persons who are afflicted with any kind
of a chronic or lingering complaint, as there is
no medicine before the public which has so
naua n appy effect upn the system
correcting the stomach and liver, and to the
formation of healthy chyle and thereby purify
ing the blood.
'They are acknowledged by the hundreds and
thousands who are using them, to be not only
the most mild and pleasant in their operation.
but the most perfectly innocent, safe and eili
cient medicine ever offered to the public.
Those who once make a trial of these Pills.
never afterwards -feel willing to be without
thetn, and call again and again for more, which
is sufficient proof of their good qualities.
HEADACHE-SICK OR NERVOUS.
Those who have suffered and are weary of
suffering with this distressing complaint. will
find Spencer's Vegetable Pdls a remedy at once
certain and immediate in its effects. One sin
gle dose of the Pills, tal:en soon as the head
ache is felt coming on, will cure it in one-half
As a remedy in summer and bowmel complaints,
they display their wonderful powers to admi.
ration, and are far superior to any thing in use
for these complaints.
In Dyspcpsia and Liver C omplaint,they stand
unrivalled. Many have been cured in a few
weeks, after having suffered under the dread.
fuh complaint for years.
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 reach 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 are subject
They are mild in their action, and convey
almost immediate conviction of their idtility
from the first dose. They may be taken by
persons of any age ; and the feeble, the infirm,
the nervous and delicate are strengthened by
their operation, because they clear the system
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invariably produce sound health.
U pwards of three hundred and seventy thou
sand boxes of these inestimable Pill have been
sold within the last twelve months in three
States alone, and more than three times the
samequantity in other Statns.
As an anti-bilious medicine, no family should
be without them. A single trial of them is
more satisfactory than a thousand certificates.
Talladega Springs, Talladega Co. Ala.
August 17, 1842.
This is to certify, that I have been afflicted
with Sick Headache, Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint, and Costiveness for the last eight
or nine years, during which time I had taken,
as wellas I recolleet,about sixty boxes of Beck
with's Pills, twelve boxes of Peter's Pills, and
a number of boxes of Champion's and Bran
dreth's Pills, all of whichi afforded me but little,
or no relief. At last I was recommended to try
Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills, and well 1 did;
for I never had hut one attack of the Sick
Headache after I commenced taking the Pills,
(now about six months,) and I candidly con
fess, thatT have derived more real benefit from
the use of Spencer's Pills, than from all the
other Medicines and Pills that I haye ever
taken, and I would earnestly recommend theni
to all as being in my opition, the best medi
cine in use for all lingering cumplaints, The
Pills have done me so much good, that I
would not feel willing to be without them for
five dollars a box ; and I cannot but feel very
grateful to Dr , Spencer for having prepared
such a valuable medicine, and the distribution
of it is conferring a very great favor on the
ptublic, as it is a thing of the utmost importance
that every family shouild have a supply of Dr.
Spedncer's truly valuabtle Pills constanly on
Price, 23 cents per box, with full directions.
For smale lhe
HAVILAND. RISLE~Y & CO.>
J. D. TIBBETS,
Edgefield Cenrt House.
Dr. W. W. G EIG ER,
Aug. 16 6mn 29
Staite of' South Carolina.
iN THE COMMON PLE A S.
Curry & Caver, Dceration
vs. 'r Foreign Attach
B. S. Miller, ment.
William Curry, Declaration
vs. in Foreign AUac&
Henry Carter. ment.
Jared E. Grace, Declarat ion
vs. in Foreign Atteeh
The Same. ment.
C urry & Caver, Declaration
vs- in Fo.-cign Attach
The Same. meat.
Williami Curry, Dec/aration
vs. in Foreign Auach
The Same, ment. .
Jared E. Grace, vs. Declara~tion
Thme same. and in Foreign Autach
Benjamin S. Miller. ment.
Curry & Caver, Declaratioun
vs. in Foreign Altodk
John WV. Carter. ment.
B. W1. Groce, Declaration.
vs. in tForeign Attach
W. Curry, -Deelaratwon
vs. in Foreign Attach.
The Same. ment.
J. A. Hibler, ?Declaration
.vs. in Foreign Attach
Hiram N. Wilson, Agent. ment.,
Israel Bond, for the use )Declaratin
of the same,. vs. inr Foreign Attacks
The Same.. . . ment.
THE Plaintiffs irn the e~bove cases, havi ne.
this day filed their declarations in myo
fice, and the defendants -having no wife or as
torney,known to be within this State, on whom
a copy of said declaration, with a rule to p lead
can be served: It is ordere d, that the said d efen
dant do plead to the said declaration, wvithsin a
year and a day from the publication of this or
der, or final. saird absolute judgmenit will be
awarded against thenm.
GE.O. POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's Ofi1ce, Nov. 6. 1843. ly.4
State of South.Carolinia..
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Philip H. Matt,)
vs Foreign Attachnent.
B. M. Duvasll.
TH E Plaintiff having this day filed hisDe~
Uclaration its my ofiice.and the Defeind-I
ant having no wife, or attornery known.to be
within the State, on ihorn~ a copy of the same,
with a rule to plead could be served. It is or
dered, that the defendant plead toothe'said DDe
alaration within a year anda day, or-final, and
disolastsjuidgnient wvill be giien against-him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. '
Clerk's Offie, 14th March, 1843..
March 29 ly o
CERTAIN and effectual 'cure ?d i r- e
" and Fever ; alsoused successfully, in~ th
treatment: of Bilious Fever, NauseiGaernial
Debility, and.Nervous-Weakness. .'i
The most flattering recommendations.of this
Medicibe have been: received from many emi
nent Pysiciami and others, who have used. it.
And it is presumned that ii medicine his. ev'er
been used whosetciion has been more bee'.Ji
cial, pleasan aii igortsin, and alledfdi-th
from afflicic 4 rers sitels presi4i1ns'f
heattfelt gratt aiad ibankfoiness dPersas
taking the Pills, soon find themselves relieveil'
-Chill token I .Fever gonaf Stomrachand
head free and healthful !!!, Strength' aud ap
petite increasing and .improvig; and all ner.,
vous weakness fled.
When-taken according to the directions _a
comnpanying them, theyneverfail to cure tie
Chill and Fever the first day,-.and never sicken
the stomach or operate upon the bowels:' -
Their action upon the whole. system is so
charming. that persons are invariably surprised
and pleased with their. rapid and complete
restoration to health.
The Pills are purely and solely Vegetaq
and the happy combination of the ingredients
and their proportions are such' as to podcd ai
nedicine which never fails to relieve iied
relief is at all attainable.
Each box contains 20 doses of Pills-Price,
One Dollar. For sale by -
HAVILAND, RISLEY & CO..
Agents, A ngusta, Georgia.
J. D. TIlIBETS,.
Edgefield Court House.
Dr. W. W. GE[GER;
Aug. 16 .Gi 29
Vegetable Ague Medicine;
A Safe and certain cure for the Chills and
Fever in all its complicated forms,alsoan
efiectual remedy for fevers ofevery description.
This Medicine has been used by the propri
etor a number of years in extensive practice,
during which time, he has treated some thou
sands of cases of fevers and from the success
of this mode of practice, lie is confident it must
and will be the prevailing practice in feve.
It never fails to perform a cure of Chills and
Fever the FIRST DAT.
Bilious, Typhus, Nervous. Congestive, Winter
and Yellow *ever, all yield to the use of.thi's
Medicine, red are cured by this' system :of
practice in a .:ster time and with much more
certainty than by any other system of practice
that has ever been recommended.
SREFFIET.D, Fayette Co. Ala. Jan. 10.1842.
Dr. Champion:-Dear sir, I "have been a
great favorite of Dr. Sappington's Pills. and
until last fall had not heard ofyonr piils. Your
agent has left some in this country,.and-I have
used them in my practice to a considerable ex
tent, and I can with pleasure say, that as far as
my knowledge extends, they are much super
ror to any med:cine I have nsed in -ases of
Feyers. I am so forcibly anrd-from personal
knowledge convinced of the 'alutary and all
important effects of your pills. that I am ex;
tremely anxious to have you make an agent in
this vicinity. 'There can' be'a large amount
sold here for cash. Yours truly
H. P. LEONARD, M, D.
DALLAS Co., Ala., April 4, 1843.
Dr. Champion:-Dear sir,-Of the pills
which I received from you, I have found sale
for a considerable quantity. I think that 'it
will be sickly here in consequence of the wet
spring. Your pills give such general satisfpc
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 them,
and people will come 30 or 40 miles for them.
Please senrd them soon. as I expect to sell all
that I have written for by thte time your ageat
is around in July.
Yours with much respect,
Each box contains 24 pills, 12 of which are
suflicient to cure an ordinary case of Chills
and Fever. Price $1 25, and
VEGETABLE. ANTI-.BlL~oUS, ANTi-DYSPEP
'ric PUtUFi'tNG AND CATUART;C PILLs,
Poss.ssing fcur important properties, for die
cure of diseases, carefully and correet combi tted,
one article to assist the efect of anothecr, for the
hent/l of tkh cadh of man!,:ind.
T1his medicine is recommended to the atten
tion of those afflicted with Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, Dropsy. Billions habits, Costived
ness, Chiolerai morbuis. Rheumatism, Scrofuls,
foul Stomach,rlepraved appetite, Worms, Con
dialgen, [whichl is knoiwn by a sinking sensa
tionm at the pit of thestomach,]Jatndice,Niead
che anid sick stomach, palpitation of the heart,
Diarhera, Dysentery. or flux, Nervous affec
tion, Heart burn, White swelling, and all
those diseases arising from impure blood
Price 25 ets. per box,-and for sale by.
FRAZIER & ADI)ISON,
Edgrejield C. H., S. C.
RISLEY & CO. Hamburf, S. C.
HIAVILAND, RISLEY, & CO.:
Also, in nearly all of the tow'ns and villages,
and by numerous country agents in all the
Western and Southern States.
Junie28 Grn 22
State of South Carolina.
BARN WELL DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
JamnesT (Gray, Foreign Auachmnent..
Ann Miltedge. Assusmpstt.
1W ~HE Plainrtiff in the above case, having
,3 this day filed his declaration in my of
flece, and the Delendanit having.. no. attorney,.
knowvn to be ini this State, on whom a rule to
plead can be ser ved; onm motion, Ordered, thrat
the -said defendant do plead within a year hd
a dayfrom the publication of this rule or fnal:
mud absolute judgment will be awarded against
ORASMUS D. ALLEN, c. c.
-Clerk's Offce, 5t/r June, 1843.
June 14 .ly .,202
State of' South Crohrna.
IN THE COMMON PLE AS.
vsn. Foreign Attachment.
If iddleton Belk..) .
riHE PlaintiIhaving this day filed::bis
L.de:laration iin this case, iri niy office, and
he defendantiimving no wifnurattorney,knmown
a be within this State, on wnom acopy of said .
leclaration, with ayrule to plead can be eeef
t.isaordered, that the said defendart-do il~ad
othe .said declarationuawjithin a yeareind's
lay from thre publieation ot'this orirer~rfindi
.-4EO-.POPE, c. c. u.'
7lerk's, Offce, Edgefieil.C' H. April10,;1843.
>OPE,. ?sr.,tnsoneedhirn asm a'eandid1'
'r e-election,.to the, ~'ErCiph fthen