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" =e' =g ng Sutncalr,
7 BR Subscrbers beg leite to ana iu to
'Mtlo ifriends. enstomiorsa dtbeP L t
Renerg it.they ilt. just recei ed and will
Ce oenni asplendi-stock'?-Oft B
which iii adi heiffrmerstock, will
enable thai1 bGv-a beautiful assortment of
Goods a!eto sit the season
Theirsatop t nl h in part, as follows
i : ? w'% n l ORLADtIES ,WEAR,;:
A o ment'df FANCY PRINTS, (ev
p aety :
G traiagd Mourning ditto.
Pv ii~li ,inghams, (new style,)
Rici .ted Lawns,
Balzarisies, (new and handsqne styles.)
Fancy Shawls I ddies Cravats.
'A general assortrnit of
hosiery, Glove & ?IitIi
-DimiCiyinduich worked Mustin"otelars,
Cardinal Capes, and large NeI ttshawls,
1e rstyle Bounets d&ribbons.
" GENTLE3:EN's WEAlt,
Line *friI gs, Gambroons.
Merinotassimeres, Cottanades, Nankeens,&c,
A good assortment of
Fine while and black HATS,
Palzn eajaid',Le'born, for men and boys.
"D-O ESy [C GOODS-'
Brown and. bleacled iitings and Sheetiogs,
Bed Tickings,'ii per&c.
Men's, Boys, and Childres SHOES,
Ladies fine Slippers a; 6iodasoitment.
URardware & Cullery,
C.ROCKERY, SCHOO:CBOOKS: c
With many Goods to' tedi'oigq enumerate,
which will be offered on fivorable terme. to
good customers, nod a resonable allowance
made for Cash.
March .13 t 7'
* .-.' ' **' otice.
otTHE subscriber begs leave to'infnrm his
friends and the -comonity .ii:general,
-that lie is at this time receiving at peening an
STOCK OF GOODS,
consisting in part of DOMESTIC-& FANCY
DRY GOODS. Hats Shoes, Bonnets, Hiard
ware, Crockery Ware, Saddles;Biidles,Wthips.
Groceries, &c. All of gliich articles he will
offer on the very best erms 0lls 'crcmstances
and the times will udtnit. -
.March 13 tf' 7
T HE Subscribers respectfully inform their
custoieins and the public generally, that
they havejist received a new and well selected
Spring & Mummer Goods,
comprising an extensive assortment of articles
for Gentlemen's Clothing, in the latest and
most.fashionable style, which they are prepar
ed to make up, in a fashionable and workman
ikaianner. From Gentlemen wanting any
description of Clothing they solicit a call, as
they feel confident in their ability to suit the
most' fastidious; .both in the quality and prices.
if their Gouds.
- MEIGS & COLGAN.
-3 rch 4,1844. if .
SADDLER 4- HARNESS MAKER.
SA.VING just returied from Charleston,
3 -vith a:variety of materials for.all kinds
of wtk in his line, is prepared io fill all or
ders ,whih. may he sent him.
i haart on hahd LADIES SADDLES, of
every yvariety and price,. Also, Bridles, Mar
tingalc. All, of which will be disposed of
at' prices to suit7the tiines. -
-All.onrdcrs will be thankfully rceived. and
prorpt attended to.
Mitreg6, '6 tf
PE TER GOLLYE,
* ~ Turner & Gunsmith,
ANNOUNCES to thie Publie, that he has
remnoved hissiablislianent to his new shop
near'the BaptistiChunrch; where he is aeudy and
willing to excnte, al-kinds of
IanWood. Ironi, Brys,. and other Metals.
'A1so, makes and repairs all kinds of.
at ?~oeit yrices, for'.CASH only
-H 'asat present on hiand a large quantity I
ef'BEDISTEAD POST S, wich lie will sell I
lowfor Cash :
* As:Materials have all to be paid for with cad,
anclmy business not being large euong'h to em
--ploy si clerk,_I have comae to tffe determuinatiou
n ot to credit any person ;-my chiarges bemna
us'~ ilue, and small accoutts heiin hadcr to
J&thanlar'e-ones,.I 'hopthose whlo pa
.ijiiee,' wiRl nt forgets upo:i sending for
theitrjibi,'to send4 monec'as~ I shall, with
out.~eettod litnfreintonsll 'work.nontif I
ieow'~ho cask,-as-Ihad bcttitworkc for half
tli ~nant Cai, thian pever to beable to col
1cWf*t earngb -'o'lose: more timr, running
*afteitillian it tholok frn it.'
117 All thipse'indlebted to..me, are regnested
to calland pay thiefi accopnts, as I am in want:
ofmioney, and niufst have it. This will be the *t
*- Mtrch im -.
- I nadfersigned have formed a conner
3a~~n~ii he.Practice .of LAW, for the
B~reifE4filti~d Iarnwell, S. C.
Ofis rCentre ard Mer
cers s .2es GLRAY,.
* *.g '. TUS. G. KEY. a
nrSn'r e.T818-4. 3m 4
FABBEY, Saddler- and Harness 1tifkor,
. has removed his establishment to the'
Stor.iuljiinn B L Ryan's Grdiery, where ..
he-wll be than -fid for -all favora in l.-is line of
- R edwced Prces.
TlE Sabsersber'respectfully informs his
friendi-atid tieipdblicgenerallv, that lie
has a god stock ofrsell davied LUMBER1R 00
hnn and sawirig daily o~il a best heart Piaes
at the following prices:
At thltill 50Ocents jerhnndred
Delivereid, 8g " '
wtilea0 or IS miles ofte Mill'
- MARTIN POSEYaT
Syeb~7 3m 2.9
I j rd blue black Gro'. do Royal ;
Poijts'oie; and Gros. de -Grain c
El ,and fig'd .do; rieh
Satir5kU6i'1 Paris do,; Plaid do. Al
ae pa fra, aif'st reeived by -
- JH.0B. FORD.
Hamburg Feb. Ir1t 4
Jj1KE ENS, by the cet"
.bbls: N. 0. Molassee
SIBLEY & CRAPON-.
Hlamnrg Feb.28 &f 6.
ThSuibsribetsid i iit pop uty
areturin histhsnktvl 'ruedend the.comR~
aunity in genera1k f b'eii. patronage~
I6y' ha'vo. cotiferred: i for the lastr teta
fears. lla-ifffiids ji on the -
lusines:inea~ll its rati es, atithe'od.si&hd
nad lioiies isy striced ntuoifto- inesils to
nerit a.continuance of iose favors wiehihave
teen so liberally bestowed on him.
Dec.12 ti ~48
HE Subscribers respectfully inform their
U.friend, and the public-, that.thoy have~re
ted a large and fresh snpplyjof: GOODS,
,elected by onecof the firm,i mDNew. York, Bos
Lii,'Philadelphia, Baltimore and Charleston,
(w'hich in addition to their former stock, lbott1
prises the largest and'best assortment of Goods
ever offered zn:this market, consistang in part
- 40 hhds. Porto Rico. New Orleans and
St Crojx Sugars,
350. bags Rio. taba, Porto Rico, St. Do
mnigo, Java, and Mocha Coffee,
-70 hbds. Wddj.1ndia. Molasses,
10 ierces Cuba. do.
35 bbls. New Orleans do.
70,000 lbs. Bacon, Hamns,Sidss& Shonilders,
80,000 ". Sde Iron,.assor led sirzes,
'5,000 " English do.
*3,000' " Babd ad'Hoop Iron.
3,000 " Nail Rodi & Horse Shoe shapes,
.2000 " Cast,-Gernman, &..Blistered Steel,
200 sttls Wagion Boxes,
1,700 sacks Salt, (bleached sacks,)
2,000 bushelsf alt, in bulk,
250 pieces Gtinny Bagging,.
1,000 lbs. Bagging Twime. (Weaver ,)
150 codls Mtanilla Baule Rope,
100 do Hemp - 'do -do
1.500 yaids Osiiaburgs,
:5,000 lbs. double refined Loaf Sngar,
. 3,000 "crushed do.
-'3,000 " powdeied do..
,00-singl refined Loaf do.
2boxes 'urpentine Soap,
10It ". . Sperm Candles.
. 20 "-: Hull's patent.Candles>
-tiees fresh ground Rice
2,000 lbs. White Lead No. 1 Uniutt Mills,
25hbbl. Canal Flour, (choice brand.).
-40 ldoz. diuingg parlor, rockmig and
Teases flats and Cnp,
150 casksStime Limo. (in fine order,)
20 kegs Dui ont's FFF~ g' Powder,.
.1,000 lbs. Bar Lad,
40 boxes Window Glass Sx10& 10x12,
130 bags Shot, assorted sizes,
2,500 pairs Shoes, -
- Tea, Pepper. Spice, Ginger. Chocolate.Cin
namon, Almonds. Starch, Nuitmegs, S le chew
ing Tobacco, Nerro Cloths, Blankets, Shoe
Trhread, Cotton Yarn. Cotton Cards, Wool
Cards, Tacks, Sieves. Plongh Lines. Indigo.
Madder, Blue Stone, Coperas, Epsom Salts,
Linseed Oil, Lamp. -Oil, a (superior article;)
Trace Chainis, Fitth Chains, Smoothing Irons.
brass bound cedar Backets, horse. Buckets,
Pails, Tubs.-Keelers, Willow Wagons, nests
Measures, Feathsrs,.&c. &c. &c.
SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Hamburg July. 1, J843. tV 23
Water Proof, & No Mistake!
H L, JEFFERS & co:
WAREoUS & GEN4ERAL CoMitloN4
MERCHANTS.-IIAM BURG, S .C.
EG leave to inform their friends, and the
..public generally. their NEWV tiA TE R
PROOF 11 A REU OUSE, with large conve
nient close Stores attached, is now completed
and ready for the reeptioin of
Cotton, Merchandise, &e.
It is situated on the principial street leading
into the business parLtof the town, four feet
above the highest 'vater mark by actuaisairvey,
entirely remote frnnm all othpr buildings, whlich
renders it fire-liroof;and conveniently sitated
for loading and tunloading wagons.
They are nowv permanently located in this
place, and pledged not to speculate in Cotton
on their ownt accnunt, but 'to give their unidivi
ed attention to the iinterest of their customers,
ind are filly prepaied to attend to the'Sale,
Strn n idppmg. of
Sfotn, Flour111, Bacon, &.c.
Recein and Foruarding ME RC1A NDISE.
Prchasmng G'oods to ordcr, &c. &c.
-Their charges will be as follows :-For sel
ing Cottnn 25 cenits per bale; Shiipping do,
26 cents per bale. Commaission for buying or
elling Merchiaiidise and Produce 24-per cenit.
orwrding and Storage, in accordance with
he established rates. -All Cotton-, FIliur;.&c.
'eceivdhby the riverfree frtom wharfage. Li
eral advanices will he made when requtired,
rany consignoments mnade to theme
Hambarrg, Sepir. 9 . ' .if 33
DIIUGS & iYEUDICllNES.
--. THE Subscriber keeps con
,stantly.cn hiand, a fnll and very
complete assortmnat of thie most
. choice FAM.ILY DRUGS and
Plhysici.ins,. tvho tife ist pIac
ties, will find it to their iterest
ocall and examine ; all articles
cording -to the Dispensatory,
and wcarranted to be such, so thatt
icy may he depeindediupon in practice, having
c long ex perience of Doctor Thomas J. Wfray,r
mperiitend the business, his name is a stufli
ient "uarantaee, for any thing that is vended I
co tis establishnment. We have at all times la
n hand, a fuill assortment of
Paints, Oils. & Dye-Stufs.,
VindowClass, Perfumery,. &c. Anty thing
ureled in this concern will be promptly sent
>Hamburg. free ofcxpense.
Orders executedI with the utmost dttentioht
id despatch. -
y. E. MARSH ALL,v
Successor to T!IO A S J. W RAY,
At his old and-well known staind, above
-P. McGr-an's corner. Augusta, Geo.
Jan.24 -3m 52
Niirtirgs' & Shectings.
~J 4-4, 5-4,.6-4. und 12-4, brown'and
ableaclied Shirtings and Sheetings,
.lust received by
JOHN 0. 2. $)RD.
Hamburg, Feb. 19 - tf 4
0BBLS. Canal FLOUR,
LJF100 boxes new Raisins,
2 bags Alni.onds.
,tust received and for sale by
SIBLEY-& CRA PON.
Hmburg. Nov.'25 if' 44
E~hk ee PAPER HANGINGS,
newr stylis and at low ori- I
es. uesived by'
- OHN 0..11 FORID.J
Hamb if~ :t
~bhBrie ad-~ la.NKo.12 and'3 t
30 kits and 1.2 kits N&1)ackiil
400 lba.ECODIM'SR, - '
. 0boxes HERRINGS,. - < .*i
Shalf barrels No..J Shad, for s1e by
Hatburg, Nov. 25- . ,tf- . 44
n1 IE'sabscribera hlise f'irmed a p. er
'in the practicb olaIw for Edtteia
[Jstrict. Office near doodman's HotWlI
e-S . JOSEPH ABNEY.
December 23, 1843 .j. tf 48 -
State of -South Carolina .
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Whitfield Brooks, Applicant, .
Gideon Youngblood, & others, Defen'ts
IT-appenrng to my satisfaction, that -ideon
Youngblood, Geo. Youngblood, "and Mar
tha Yonngblood, resides without the limits of
this-State: it is' ordered, that they do.appear
and object to the-division and sale of th's real
estate of Lewis Youngllogd, dee'd., on or be
fore .the first Monday. in July next, or their con
sent to the. same will be entered of record.
J. .HILL, o. i.' D.
March 26!h.1844. 12t. 9
STATE OF S. CAROLIANAL
.V JOHN HILL, Esquire, Ordiuaty
Whereas, Campbefl-Cooper, applies to
me for Letters of Administration on il tad
singular the goods andchauels, rights, andl
credits of David Co'oper, late of the Dis
trict aforesaid, deceased.
g These. are, .thereIgre, to cite. and ad
monish all and singular the-kindred and
creditors'of the said deceased, to-be and
appear before me; at our next Orditary's
Court for the said District to be holden at
Edgefield Cfurt House, on the 8tb day of
April, 1844, to show cause, if any, why
the. said Administration should ..not be
jGiven under my hand and seal this 25th
day of March, .one thonsand eight hun
dred and forty-four, and in the'sixty
eighth year of American Independence.
JOHN HILL, o.E..-1.
ar. 2r.($2 124) . 2t 9
State of South Carolina.
. IN EQUITY
John Rdeliell, Bill for Parti
vs . tion, Account,
James Tomtkins, Ex'tr. and and Seulc
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Com
tnissioner,-that Henry M Tomkins, Fran
cis ''oukins and Sarah his wife, Pocahontas
Totmkins,l'owlattanTomkins, Elizabeth Tom
kins, daughter of Francis Tomkins, deceased;
John Tomkins, of Tennessce, and Snean his
wife, R. M1. McGuirey, and Charlsev his wife,
S. I. Sainnders and Eliza his wife. Patsey
Squires, Israel Morris, and Anna, late Anna
Squires, his wife, Ezra Squires, Ira Squires,
Anraninter Squires,' the three last named
being children of said Anna Morris,- Bar
tholomew S. Adams, Ophelia Barker, Wil
liam Adams, James Adams, Thomas Adams
James Atchison, and Sarahhis wife. John Gib
son, James Stallswnrth, Calloway Stallswortht,
Parks Stallsworth, Jacksnt Stallsworth, Nicho
las Stallsworth, and Nancy Stallsworth, de
feudants in this suit, teside without the limits
of this State; On motioi. by lir. Banskett
Complainant's Solicitor, ordered, that the above
named Defendants do plead, answer, or de
mur, to.'tho Conplninant's said bill, within
three uonths from the publication hereof, or
the said bill will be taken pro coufesso against
S. S. TOMPKINS. c. a E. D
Commissioncr's Office, Feb. 9. 11843.
Feb.14 Sin 3
State of South Carolina.
iN E QUITY.
Anni Bates and Tho. )
Bates, Ad'mrs. s. Bill for Account,
Geo. MI. Bates, et al. Partition, fre.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the
Commissioner, that George M. Bates,
Joel Hamiter and Elizabeth his wife, Wilson
M. Bates and Nancy Ann his wife, Andrew J.
Wison aind Hepsebah his wife. and David 4n
drew Bate's, def,-ndants in this snit, reside with
aut the limits ofthis State :'on motion, by Mr.
Wardlaiw, Complainants' Solicitor, ordercd,
that the above named defendlants do plead, an
swer, or demur, to the complainants' bill,with
n three months from the publication hereof, or
he said bill will be takena pro confesso ugainast
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. R. E. D.
Commissioncr's Offce, Feb. 28, 1844.
Feb. 28 3m 5
State of~ South Carolina,
3ertrude Riley, & Sophia
M. Sawyer, vs. ~~~l~o dti o
eorge V. Satyer, W iV l l fo( atto
hinm Padfget, et al. - .
[Tappearing to the. satisfaction of the
Cmiiner, tia(J'uba 1. Allen and Joi
:y his wife, defendants in thisspiit, reside with
mt thi's State: On motion, by Mr. W~ardilaw,
omplainanta' Solicitor; ordered.that thteabove
amed Defendants, do= pleii'ser or demur,
o the Co.mplainants' said-biI~, within three
nonhs from tho piublicatio'ti hereof, or the said
lill will be taken pro confesso against them.
S.8 S.. TOMPIKINS, 6. E..E.D5.
.Cmamisioner's Ojici, Feb. 28, 1844.
Feb.28 . . 3m S
State of South Carolinla.
olhn A. Hlouston, Trustee,
)aniel M~cKie, & al.
; s * Bill for Aceount.
eorge A. McKie,
['houas McKie, et al.)
T n'ppearing to'the sa'tisfaction of the Coin
Imissioner, that William' Durham, and a
pposed son of Mieha'.l Mlc1Eie, dec'd., whose
ame is unknoWn, defendants in this suit, re
ide withotut the'limits ofthis State : On motion,
y Mr. Wardlawv, Complainapts' -Solicitor, or
Ieredthatthe above named defendants,do plead,.
newer, or cfemur, to the complainants said bi,
vithin three months fromtbe publication hereof,
r dlie sasid bill will be taken pro~confesso against
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. L. E.IJ
Commissioner's Offce. Febr.28, 1844.
Feb28 , 3m -&
tate of South' Carolina.
)liver Simpson' ) Dclartion
.G. cities. - in Foreign Atadhment.
.HK Plaintff having this day filed his de
.kclarationi in my ofice, andrthe defendant
vitig no wife'or attorney, known to be within
h State,' on whomr a ecopy of the same, with a
uleho p lead, pan.be servedsit is ordered, that
le defendant plead 'to the said declaration,
sitiin a year and a day, or final and absolute
adgement will be given-against him.
GEO. POPE, c, C. P'.
Clek's Office. 16th March, 1844'
arh9n - Jy 5
'7EH srbtiotrlf iaiifeib
Gins ofa siefaibeq ysJ n nre iii,
df thverybatis teniiJs, tadifoiorkianshiI
and service till be foun " ft &tiii.be
United dtates. :
Repairing in all itihins i thl
performed -moderate cbare .; ':
Otidrs "addresse to eh e iiber,'at th e
Ridge; wiU bpronplysioedt:"',
March 13, 8t>. 7
V APUBLICE BESI
anid immed ato =powers:; frestrn rm e~
health tdjieronsisiaffering utjer neailyevery.
kiidof disease to ivlhieli thet'nan ame is
liable. , They aeparticulkiry reconmendea to
alltitosepiisonswho'are affl tedwufriny kind
of a- chronicor lingeringcompla, as there IS
no :medicino before thepublc which has so
nitturaraiidiappy'effe-etuption ibe: system in
correcting the stomach-aid liver, and to the
fotination of healthj chyle and'thereby purify
They are acknowledgetdby the hiundreds and
thousands who are usting'tbem to-beinotonly
the most mild and pleasant-in tileitroperation.
but the most -perfectly innocent;sife.and effi
ient medicine ever offered to the public.
Those who..once make- a trial of these Pills;'
never lfterwards fe!el'i.gto;.beswithout
theni, and-call again and n.forniore,whicb.
is suffic pnt proof of theirgoodialities KW
HEADACHE-SICK .O2 NESVOU8. -
Those who have suffered add. -are we-aryipf
suffering with this distressing/coinplait Will;
find Spencer's egetable'Fills a remedy at once
certain and immediate inits effectq.. One sin
gle dose of the Pills, taken soon:,asie head
ache is felt coining on, will curelit in one-half
As a remedyiii summer and bowel coiplaints,
they display their wonderful powers to admi
ration, and are far superiorto any thing in.use
for these complaints.
In Dyspepsta and Liocr Complaint,the ystand.
unrivalled. Many have been cured in a few
weeks, after having suffered' under the dread
fini complaint fot years.
In Iabitual Costireness'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 ii nervous and hypo
choudriacal affections, loss of appetite; and all
complaints to which females alone are subject
They are* mild in'their action, and convey
almost immediate coiviction of their ultility
from the first dose. They may be taken by
persons of any age-; and the feeble,tbo infirm,
the nervous and delicate are strengthened by
their operation..because-they. clear the system
of bad humors. quiet nervous irritability, and
invariably produce sound health.
Upwards ofthree hundred and 'seventy -toiu
sand boxes of these inestimable Pill have been
sold within the last twelve .months in three
States alone, and more' than three times the
samceqantity in other States.
As an anti-bilious niedicine, 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 well as I recollect,about sixty boxes of Beck
with's.I'ills, twelve boxes of Peter's Pills, and
a number of boxes of Champion's and Bran
dreth's Pills, all of which afforded me but little,
or no relief. At last I wvus recommended to try
Dr. Spencer's Vegetable 1Fills, and well I did;
b r I never had but .one attack of the Sick
Hleadachie after I commenced taking the Pills,
(nowv about six mnonths,1 and I candidly con
fess, that I have derived'more real benefit from
the use of Spencer's Pills, thai fro'm aell the
other Mediemnes :fnd Pills that I haye ever
taken, and I would earnestly reconmmend them
to all as being in my opihion, the best mcdi
eine in use for all lingeting comiplaints, The
Pills hauve done me so musch good, that I
wounld not feel willing to be withouit thiemi for
five dnllairs a box; anid 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~
public. as it is a thing of the utmost importane
that every family should have a supply.of Dr.
Spencer's truly valuable Pills constantly -on
hand. ISAAC MU THOMAS.
lPrice, 25 Cents per box, with full directions.
HAVILAND, RISLEY & CO..
.Edgefield Colirt [louse.
- Dr. WT. W. G EIGI7Et,
Aug. 16 6m - 29
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS~.
Curry & Caver, Dcaain
as. - FrinAtc
B. S. M iller,met
Henry Carter. me.
Jared E. Groce, Ddrto
Tfhe Samie. . o~nAtzh
Curry & Caver,met
William Curry, ) elrto
as. >nF-eu tah
The Same. ~ q~a
Jared E. Groce, as. Delrto
Thi6saime. and i oeg tak
Benjamiin S. Miller. et
Curry & Caver, :-. elrto
John WV. Carter. mct
B. W. Groce, Dearto
vs. in Foreign ,Attac
vs.in Foreign. Attach
J. A.iliblr, . Declaration
as. iin Foreigna Attack
Hira N. ilso, Agnt. ment.:
Isral Bnd, or he UO ) Declaration
of th saut, us. in Foreign A tach-t
The Same.. ~- ). nent. .
.3. ths dy fledther Dedaa rtion myo'
a cpyofsad ecaraio, it areertonpea
yeraDeda fo hep i ara ftior
deo ia n boueJdment.wllb
*s . inO POEign.Ata.
Cle' S ffme Nment.83.-4
TheRSSAL. AT --l OFFIC. i
- Faniiif GreEiies
HE'Subscriber rerig efully'4infornislls:
frieidsand the publi geralytat ho
of'ers for.snae, at the brick store -formerly oced
pied by Messrs. Sibley & Crapon, nearly :Op
posits- Mr.: Jimes . Hubbard's o t1,. 'a Iarge
and general assortmentnfGROCE IES,-par
ticala'rly adapted to the wants of fari flies --con
sisting in part-of .
New Orleans, Porto Rico, and St. Croix
Lump, loat, crushed & powdered Sugars,
- Cluba, Rio and Java COFFEE,
Back, iHyson, Gunpowder and Imperial
West India and New-Orleans Molasses,
Hull's'Patent Candles, 4s, 5s, & 6.
Sperm. do. . 4s, 5s, &6s -
"Canal Flour, in whole and half barrels;
6 casks prime Goshen Cheese,
20 boxes do. do. . do,
Buckwheat in 1-4 and 1.8 barrels, -
Pickles in 1-2gal. jars,qts. and pints;,:
Tomato Ketchup do. do.
Walnut do. do. do.
50 sasks. Liverpool Salt, (bleached sacks,)'
50 boxes Table - do. (a fine article,)
25 brls. Irish Potatoes, (Roan)
2 tierces Onions, (red and silverskiii)
ALSO, - -
Bar soap, shaving soap. cotton cardsivool
cards, pails;"buckets, tubs, keelers,.piggins in,
digo, madder, copperas, rice, lard, chocolate,
Baker's cocoa, cocoa paste, Goshen butter.: so
da biscuit, lemon biscuit, pic nie crackers, wa
ter crackers,. butter crackers, pilot bread, al
monds, currants, citron, cloves, nutmegs, mauce,
cinnamon, pepper, spice, ginger, sago, pearl
Earley, maccaroni, vemicilli, capens, mustard,
starch, West India andAmerican preserves.
Pesons visiting Hamburg, are respectfully
requested to call and examine for themselves.
H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Novr. 25 tf 44
ILK, Gingham, and Cambric Umbrellas,
Just received, a good assortment, by
JOAN O. B. FORD.
Hamburg, Feb..20 tf 4
A CHOICE ARTICLE. for sale by
11. A. KENRICK.
llamburg, Nov. 25 ' 14
R ICH Satin and Chnmelion Silk Shawls,
and Cardinals, &c. &c: &c.
Just received by
JOHN O. B FORD.
lamburg, Feb. 20 tf 4
J. 0. B. FORD,
I S now opening at his store im Hamburg.
A general assortment of Staple and Fancy
February 16 tf 4
5 CHOICE Sugar.cured HAMS, for
05 sale by H.. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, March 12. tf 7
2 BRLS. Irish POTATOES, just re
ceived, and for sale by
H. A. KENRICK.
Bamburg March 12. if 7
choice canvassed Baltimore HAAS,
050 just received, and fot sale by
H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Nov. 25 if ' 44
Paiuits & Oils.
0a LBS. Extra and No.1 White
10 bbls. Train Oil,
19 " Linseed Oil.
5 . " Superior Lamp Oil.
For sale. by SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Hamburg, Oct 25 if 40
Chaina, Crockery, etc.
AGENERA L assortment of CHINA.
CROCERY~nd GA SSWARE. con
sisting ofcommon and fine Tuns Plates, Bowls,
Pitchers, Dishes. Ewers and Basins; granite
atid China Tea setts; Tumblers, Wine Glas-,
sea, Decanters, IAmps, Salta, Cmnets, &c. &c.
for sale by H. A. KENRLICK.
Hamburg, Notr. 25 , 44
W E hereby forwarn nli persons not to
trade for a no0te or hand given. by
ibhe subscribers for two hundredi and fifty
dollars, panyable to James Rushion or
bearer,on orinear the Brst day of .Jannary
1845, and dated 'he 22d of Nov. 1842. The
consideration of the above unte having to
tally failed, we are dciermained not to' p.ay
the same unless compelled by law.
Signed, THOMAS SMITH,
Feb.28ASA HIOLSTE IN.
' Fe. 286 if
T1 HE Subseriber l'akes pleasure in infoarm
igthe public, that lie has succeeded in
engaging the services df an experienced Miller
for the en'sning year, and having his Mills in
thorough reparr, is.prepared to do any quan
tity of grinding grain at the shortest notice.
Persons having W~heat, and wishing superior
four ma de from it,. are invited to, give him a
call. His terms are the tenth.
S W. NICHOLSON.
Dec 5, 1843. - 6m*~ 49:
A LL those indebted to. the Estale of
tIsham; Carpenter, .deceased, are re
quired to mnke inipmediate paymen;t,.and
those having demands against the Estate,
to present them duiy attested.
JOHN HILL, o. E D.
Feb.28 .5 if
LL persons indebted to the subscriber, by
Note, or open Account, are requested to
some fonrzrd and'nettle, as "I w~A11 MONEY,
AND- MUST HAVE iT" tO sq uare off my own old
reores. I have waited until my patietce is worn
threadbare, and can wait no longer. I would,
therefore, advise those indebted to me, who do
not wish to pay costs, to come up to the scracha
it once, as I am' determined- not to be alone in
Jr, 17 tf 51
TI HE subscriber having enteredl into new
..business airrangements, is desirous of
losmig up his old business, and respectfuilly
urges upon those indebited to him either by'
note or account, the. necessity of an immwediate
,ettlement. .J N
January 3 t' f 49 '
HE1 co-partnership heretofore eistinig un
der the name of Rocit & RFA1ER, is this
ay dissolved by mutual consent. The busi
ess will hereafte:r be conducted by E. C. Re
mr, who will settle all business of uhe' firm.
M. D. ROCIHE,
- E. C. REMER.
March it 13 . tf 7
, ~ ~ -' -~ 4u C i
evetirigitdcmp or i -
ef fcm sioTremedy frfev 8 ep
Tbi lMedicine 8be el
kerJ-le- 1r i ig time, he has s * e'*
sands-o ase f,fhev. ed~frhm ;the .ue ,es* ,
httis mode.o tcs. he rn confidentit a
atdo~1t'ehq p ev Ilan: practice in fevei%
It never fa'i n.,p$e o cuiM l h
Fever the 1jSDA ' ;' ;
Bilious -'g im ' eu"
and Ydrot6'Ieryali yed to lseoCi
Mbdicine, a'cu e
prcitice :n a ..rter time and thinich m -
ertaintythan ar-yother sysem practkG
tha~i' ver ee ~renmided s < y
f '$.rFIu LD, k'ayette Co..ra JIaDa r K
Dr C'a rpw -Dear -sI ia bea
great farorit af Dr:- Sap agtil
untilatfaittisai not hard'ofybis
agent; fiasetsome-in'this counay snd
used them in-my prac oa ideral.es
tent; andi can.withpleiiiii'~ aythi-s
my knowledge extendsthegtareamueli
riorfto any medicine 1 have; usedciasos i
Feyers. I ain so forcibly and:fzom et+
knowledge convinced of,-the s ki
import ut ffects'or your pills,~hi
tremely anxious to have.you make'
this vicinity There can baalarg o
sold here.for cash. .Yonrstnlyv- .i i#
DAIrra sCo Ala. April 4;1843. T
Dr Champion:-Dear sir,-Oft the' pily -
which I received'from you, I have foand sale
for a coisiderable quennti. -'thinkithaLit
will be sickly here in consequenceof the Wet
spring. :Yourpitls give such geaeralsatesthc..
tion here that I-am persuaded -by myt"rnsgh
borsitowrite to youfor a rarge sup y, of oth
kind&. It is now kno~ynrthat .
nd peogle'will.corns 30-or40 inme
Please seid'th'm soon as i'eceei9ti an
that I hive writtenifor bjtettmeotr hgent
is around in Aulg. .
. Yourswith much ;cte g
Each box contains 24 pilr,;I2 ofkliibiar
sufficient to cure any. ordinary case ofCliills
and Fover. 'PriceSl: 25,,gid , -,,, 3
S . :-. -ALSO- . -
VEGETABLE, ANTI -Btitods, AtITlDYSP5 _*- '"t
TIC PURIFYING AND CATHARTIC ILLS
Possessing four imporint p'etieforo kA
cure of diseases;c erflyand ere1wnld;
'one article to assist te offa a
ienefit of the health'of mankind:
This medicine is recommended to the atten
Lion ofthose.afflicted with. Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, Dropsy. Billious'habits, Costive
ness, Cholera morbus. Rheumatism, Scrofula,
.Jolt Stomach,depraved appetite, WormsCon
'dialgen, [which is known by a sinking e'isa,..
tion at the pit of the stomach,) Jaundice,.Mead
che and sick stomach, palpitation of tiehear,
Diarhea, Dysentery; .or flix, Nervous affee
tion, Heart burn, White swelhin d'nd all
those diseases arising from im pure od-"'
Price 25 cts. per boz, and ,for sale by T
FRAZIER & ADDISON,
Edgef14 C. H., S. C.
RISLEY & CO. Hamlurr, S. L.
IIAVILAND, RISLEY,& CO.
Also; in nearly all of the towns and villagesi>
and by. numerous country agents hra all the .
Western and Southern States.
June 28 6:n. .,.P
VEGETABL FEVER AND AU
AND ANTl FEVER'
CER'AIN and effectual care for; g "
A and Fever ; also used suceessfully in the
treatment of Bilious Fever,-Nafzseg, eniral
Debility, and Nervous Weakness, . s... .
The niost flaiferiaig reninrneldations of dais
Medicine have been received frorn maiied
nent Physicians and others who have %seed rit.
And it is pre~sumned that no medicine has- ever
been need whose action-has bees more benefi~.
rial, pleasant and invigorating, and called forth
from afflicted suifierers sticle expressionis of
bcartfelt gratitude and thankfnlness 'Perso's
taking the Pills, soon find- themselves relieved
-Chill :oken ! Fever gone.!!' Stomachand
lwed free and healhhful!!i! Strength und ap
petite iincreasing uind improving, and all ner
inns weakness fled..
When taken according to- tiedrections ac
~ompanying them, they n-ever faileto cuie the
Chill and Fever the first day, .and neveruicken
he stnmach or opierate upon th~e bowels.
Their actin upon the wvhole iystein is SO
~harming.th'at persons areinvariablf murprise
md pleased with their -rapid' ahd acomplete
estoration to health.
The Pills are purely and solely Vegetable,;
Lnd the happy combination of the ingredient.
Ind their propo~rtins are suich as to puodace a
nedicine which-never fails to 'relieve' whien
clief is at-all attainable. -..
Each~bot.contains.20 :doses of Pills-Price
nae Dollav. .For sale.by
Agnts, A ugustia/ er
- EdgefieldCourt Housee
Dr. W..W. GEIGER,
.. . a - 'Cherokes Poad d
A ug. 16 - 666 -29
State of South Carolija.
BARN WELL D'ISTRICT.;,
IN.THIE COMMON PLE4A
ames T. Gray, it *
r H E PI aintiff in the, above pase hay
ktisdag filed 'his dieclra~i 'o
ce; 'and the Defendaiit havIg no attorney,
nnown to be in this-State,I on whoui'ue to
lead can be set ved; on motion, Ordered~uhat
1c said defendant do plead within ygsaad
day fromn the publication of d Iriule or fliid
nd absolute judgment will he aws~iiu&nnl
Clerk's Offce, 5th Juita 184.
June 14 C*! 20
State of Souhgarslina'
IN THE COMMON PLEASB~
vs .oreiju Attachment..
fiddletoni Beik. -
g3HE Plaintif having-this day 6led'lis
1. dealaration in thisease, ini my ofiee, bad
he bewithin this State, on whcopytofsag
eclaration, with a rle topioade be served
is ordered, that the said dfeidistd'aijil
the.. said declaration.. :within't yeakaWd'
ny from the publication of this sorder, or find
nd absolutej udgmen twillbeawardedagainsr
Jerk's Offie, Edgeiuld C: 41u!ifr,130'16
Aprilp -e a-: *.n ha 1y73
'OPE, Esqr., annone 1hin:'- a'
ur re-electioisto the O81lc of Cle heefjla
161y 3 .