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" :AMst- of ~ er;
Roigoiing in the Post. Office, qr Edge=
5ecd'oort House S; C., on the 1st ay Hof
April, 1844. A
A kins, Thomas Ayres, Win. M.
Atttison Mrs. M. -
Brooks, J'ohn:'' 'Brogsden, Mr.
B~reithauis,~ ' Blaid, Avory
Cawdes H Colvin, E..
Clark, m. W - Caine, Dr. Sampson
Chijly, J. S. Collier, Burwell,
Collins, E. S.
Dunkin, Brantley Doivd, C. A.
Delaughter, John Delaughter, Miss E.
Evans, T. G. Elder, Herbert
-Ellzey, Lewis F.ldr, H. B.
Fulmiore, John Jr.. Freemnan, L.
Farrow Miss J. K, Fair, John H.
Holmes, S. Hancock, John
Harris, Mrs. Hamilton, Lucy V.
Harris, Wiley Harrison, Wiley
Hodges, Mrs. Julia Head, Miss Geor.
Harrison, S. C.
Jones, 0. W. Johnson, Adna
Lipscombe. Mrs. Lipscombe, Julia B.
Landrum. Mr. C. Lipscombe, John
Mitchell, Abraham Morris, Thomas
Mays, Dr. R. G. Moore, Jamrs
Morris, Mrs. Jane Moore, Henry
Mills, Thomas S. Mair, Edward
" eClendon, T.
Napper, T. D. Michols. Mrs. R.
Outes, George or David
Price, Bliss M. R. Perrington, Miss S.
Ransom, Mrs. E. A. Roper, Freeman H.
Ramsey,. Mrs. S. Rees, Thomas 1.
Reames-B. M. Rountree, John B.
Butland, Miss P. Roberts, Shelton G.
Ren, Win. Radford, W. M.
Sbarpton, Mrs. Samuels, M.
Stedlham, Marshal Samuels, Robert
Tibbetts, D. W. Tenant, Dr. G.
Tigue, Dr. Temples, John
Turner, John C.
Williams, Miss C.. WValrum, ienry Sr.
Walker, Win. G. Waters, Mrs. 5M. 0.
White, Shaudy Williams, Thomas
Wilson & Patton
Y6ngblood, William 88 10
Al. FRAZIER, P. il.
("Persons calling for any of the abojvc
Leuers will. say Advertised Levers.
ST ATE OF.S. C a HOLIN
Y-JOHN HILL, Esquire, Ordiuary
.of Edgefield District.
V hereas, Thomas A. Seyron applies to
me for Letters of Administration on all and
singular the goods and chattels, rights, and
credits of John Styron, late of the Dis
trict aforesaid, deceased.
*These' are, therefore, to cite and ad.
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said de'ceasedl, to lbe and
appear before me, at our next Ordlinary's
Court for the said District to tbe holden at
April, 1844, to show cause, if any, why
the said Administration should not be
Given under my baud and scal this 1st
day. of April. one thousand eight hun
dred and forty-fourvand in the sixty
eighth year of American Independence.
- JO[IN HILL, 0. E. D.
A pril,3, ($2 124) 2t 10
State of South Carolina.
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT.
B JOHN HIL L, Esquire, Ordinary
Whereas, J. D, Tibbetts, bath applied
to me for Letters of Admiinistratiou on
aland singular the goods chattels and
rights and credits' of D.. .W. TJibbetts, late
of the Districi aforesid, deceased.
These.are,therefore, to cite and admon
ishailand.singular, thellindred andecredi
tors of the, said .deceased, to he and ap
.pear before me, at our next Ordinary's
.Court for the said District to be holdlen at
Edgefield Court House on the 1 5th day
-of.April next, to~show 'cause, if auy, why
-ihe&.said Adminitration should not be
* Given under yi id and seal this 1st
day of:April,.one thoidand eight hundred
and forty foumr, arnd in the sixty-eighthe year
JOHN.H ILL, o. E. D.
- April-3, 1845, [$2 124] 2c 10
State of South Carolina.
u~ OHN HILL. Esquire, Ordinary
Niof Edgefield District.
* hereais, Luther R6II-hath applied to
mnefor etters of. Admini..iratio~n, on all
and singular the goods, and chat tels, rights
and credits of Augustus E. Turrence, late
of the District aforesaid, deceased,
,These a're, therefore, to-eite and ad
mouith all and singular, the kindred an~d'
creditora of- the said deceased~io be and
appear betbre me, at our next Ordinary's
Co t. for the said District, to he holden at
E j Ilod Court House on the fifteenith
dpii next, to show cause, if iny,
3 d~h~si'administration should not-be
granted . .
Given under.'iyhand and, seal, ihis'1st
day.'of April in:le .year of 'our Lord .one
thousand "eihthundrad 'ande forty-four,
and ini.the sixty-eighth yearoof American
JOHN HILL,9-E. D.
Apila, 44.r(2,12 Blan 10:s .
.State ofSouth Carolina:
Y JOHN BILL, Esq., Ordionary of
Edgefel d District.
Whereas, John K. Kneece hath applied
to me for Letters of Administration, on all
and singular-tbe goods and chattels, rights
and credits of David See, late of the Dis
trict aforesaid, deceased.
These-are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular, the kindred and
creditors of the said deceased, to be and
appear before tme, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at
Edgefield:Court House on the fifteenth
(lay of April next, to show cause, if any.
why the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and scal, this
28th hiy of March, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
forty-four, and in the sixty-eighth year of
JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
April 3.1844, [S2 12AJ 2t 10 .
State of South .Carolina.
BY JOH N HILL. Esquire, Ordinary
of Ed gefield District.
Whereas, William Whitlock, hath ap
plied to me for Letters of Administration.
on all and singular the goods and chattels,
rights, and credits of Ricl.ard Johnson,
late of the District aforesaid, deceased
These are, therefore, to cite and admon -
ish all and singular the kindred and credit
tors of the said deceased, to be and appear
before me, at our next Otdinary's Court
lor the said District to be holden tt Edge
field Court House on the 15th of April,
1844, to show cause, if any, why the said
Administration should not he granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 1st
day of April, one thousand eight hun
dred and forty four, & in the sixty-eighth
year of American Independence.
JOHN HILL o. E. D
April 3, 1844. [$2 12] 2t 10
New Sprin & Summer
T HE Subscribers beg leave to announce to
their friends. customers, and the public
generally, that they havejust received, and will
tie opening a splendid stock of new
.%pring & Summer Goods,
which in addition to their former stock, will
enable them to show a beautiful assortment of
Goods, selected with care. to suit the seasou
Their stock consistine, in part, as follows:
FOR LADIES wEAR,
A goad assortment of FANCY PRINTS, (ev
Githains, and Monrning ditto.
Mtslit Ginghams, (new style,)
ich Printed Lawns,
B:lzarines. (new and handsome styles )
Fancy Shawls &,Ladies Cravats.
A general assortment of
hosiery, Gloves & lMitts.
Di:pity and tich worked Muslin Cellars,
Cardinal Capes, and large Nutt Shawl.,
New style Bonnets & Ribbons.
FOR GENTt.E3Mt.N' WEAR,
Linens, Drillings, Gambroons,
Merino Cassimeres, Cottanades, Nankeens,&c,
A good assortment of
Fine white and black HATS.
I'al:n Leaf and Leghorn. for men and boys.
Brown and bleached Shit tings and Snectings,
lied 'ickings, Diaper-, &c.
Men's, Boys. atnd Childrens SHOES,
Ladies fine Sli ppers, a good atssoattment.
Hardware & Cutlery,
CROCKERY. sCHOOL BOOKS, is
ST-l TION A RY,
With many Goods too tedions to enamonrate,
which will be olfered on favorabile terms, to
anoid enstomners, antd a resotnable allowatnce
made for Cash. PELY&LRA
March 13 5t 7
TllE sttbscriber begs leave to infortm his
friends and( the conmmutnity in general,
that he is at this titue receiving and opening an
STOCK OF GOODS,
consisting in paart of DOMESTIC & FA NCY
ls RY GOODS. Hlats Shoes, Bonnets, Hard
warc, Crockery WVare, Saddles,Blridles,WVhips.
Grncaries, &c. All of whi articles he wtill
offer ont the rery besi Lerms his circumstances
and the times will admit.
S. F. GOODE.
Mlarch 13 tf 7
,5 lIE Subscribers respectfully inform thetr
cutsitmers and the pttblic generally. that
they hatve just received a ntew aud well selected
spring & Snmmrer Goods,
cmprjiisittg an extensive atssortmcnt of articles
for Genitlemen's Clothing, in the latest and
ost fashionable style, which they are prcpar
ed to maeke up, in a fashiotiable and worktmatn
like manntter. From Genitleti,en watiting any
description of Clothing they solicit a call, as
they feel cotifidetnt ini their ability to snit the
ost fastidions both in the qaility and pirices
of their Goods.
- MEIGS &COLGAN.
March 4, 1844 tf G
SADDLEI 4HARNESS MAKER.
HAVING just returned from Charlestoin,
with a variety of materials for all kitnds
of woik in his line, is prepared to fill all or
ders which may he sent him.
He has on-hand LADIES SADDLES,.of
ei-ery variety anid prices. Also, Bries, Mar
ingales, !src. 'All. of which will be disposed of
:t prices to suit the timtes.
All trders will be thankfully received. amid
1romjtly attended to.
Mach6, 6 if
* Ei edssted .Prices.
THEF Subsebrber respectfully inform5 is:
as a good..sioek of well sawved LUMBhER ont
amd, atnd satwittg daily ofthte best heart Pies
it hiifollowing prices:
At theMill ..50 cents per hundred.
Deliver-ei, 80 " "
svithia.10 ofim-1 iles of the Mill.
Feb.7 '. - 3m 2
TIIE andersaigned have forymed a connex
ion ini the Practice of .LAW, for the
Districts of Edgmfield andl.Bar-nwell, S. C.
Oflice itt Hamtburg, corner Centre and Mer
er-streets. M. -GRAY,
THOS. G. KEY.
Ilo...ib.... T.e. 18, 184AA * 3m 4
Turner & Gunsmith.
ANNOUNCES to the Publie. that he has
removed his establishment to his new shop
near the Baptist Church, where he is ready and
willing to execute all ki of
In Wood, Iron, Brass. and other Metals.
Also,'makes and repairs all kinds of
at the lowest prices; for CASH only.
He has at present on hand, a large quantity
of BEDSTEAD POSTS, which he will sell
low, for Cash.
As Materials have all to be paid for with cash,
and my business not being large enough to em
ploy a clerk, I have come to the deternunation
not to credit any person;-my charges being
rcasonable, arid small accounts being harder to
collect than large ones, 1 hope those who pa
tronise me, will not forget, upon sending fot
their jobs, to send the money, as I shall, with.
out respect to persons, retain all work until I
receive the cash, as I had better work for hall
the amount Cash, than never to be able to col
lect what I earn, or to lose more time running
after it, than it took to earn it.
IlT' All those indebted to tie, are reqnested
to call and pay theit accounts, as I am in want
ofmoney. and must have it. This will be the
March 6 1m 6
T HE subscribers have formed a partner
ship in the practice of Law for Edfiefiel
District. Office near Goodinan's Hotel.
December 23, 1843 tf 48
B LACK and blue black Gros. de Royal
Poult do Soie; and Gros. de Grain
SILKS ; plain, stripe, and fig'd. do; ric
Satin stripe Gras. de Paris do; Plaid do. Al
new patterls, and just received by
JOHN 0. D. FORD.
Hamburg Feb.17 tf 4
The Subscriber would take this opportunity
to return his thanks hjt ds and the com
munity in general for. liberal patronagc
they have conferr dot tln for the last tel
years. He inten cagtymig on the
Business, in all its branches, at the od stand
and hopes by strict attention to business, t<
merit a continuance of those livors which have
been so liberally bestowed on him.
Dec.12 tf 46
T HE Subscribers resicctfully inform their
friends and the public. that they have re
ceived a large and fresh supply of GOODS
selected by one of the firm, in New York, Bos
ton, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Charleston
which in addition to their former stock, com
prises the largest and best assortuient of Goods
ever offered in this market, consisting in par
40 bihds. Porto Rico. New Orleans ant
St Croix Sugars,
350 bigs Rio, Cuba. Porto Rico, St. Do
mingo, Java. and Mocha Coffee,
70 bhids. West India Molasses,
10 tierces Cuba do.
35 bbls. New Orleans do.
70,000 lbs. Bacon, Hatns,Sides& Shoulders
80,000 " Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
5,000 " English do
3,000 " Baud and Hoop Iron,'
3,000 " Nail Rods & Horse Shoe shapes,
2,000 " Cast, German. & Blistered Steel,
200 setts Wagon Boxes,
1,700 sacks Salt, (bleached sacks,)
2,000 bushels Salt. in hulk,
250 pieces Gunny Bagging,
1,000 lbs. Bagging Twine, (Weaver's,)
150 coils Maanilla Bale Rope,
100 do Hetmp do do
1,500 yal ds Osnbuirgs,
5,000 lbs. doubhle reftted Loaf Sngar,
3i,000 " " '* crushesd do.
3,000 " powdered do.
1,000'" single refined Loaf do.
20 boxes Tulrpenntme Soap,
10 " Spermn Candles,
20 " Hull's patent Candles,
S tierces freshl ground Rice
2,0001 lbs. White Lead No. 1 Union Mills,
25 bhul. Canial Flotur, (choice branid,)
40 -doiz. dinting. parlot, rocking and
'iecases Hats and Caps,
150 casks Stone Litme. (in fine order,)
20 kegs Dutpot's FFF g Powder,
1,000 lbs. Bar Lead.
40) boxes Window Glass 8x10 & 10x12,
130 bags 51hot, asso'rted sizes,
2,500 pairs Shoes,
Tea, Pep pier, Spice, Ginger, Chocolate. Cma.
namton, Ahunonuds. S:arc~h, Nntmnegs, fine chew
ing Tobacco, Negro Cloths, Blankets, Shoe
Thread, Cottoti Yarni, Cotton Card-s, Wool
Crds, Tacks, Sieves, Plough Linies, Itidigo,
Madder. luie Stone, Copperas, Epsoum Salts,
Litseed Oil, Lamp Oil, a (superior article,)
Trace Chains, Fil th Chains, Smoothinig Irons,
brass bound cedar 'Buckets, horrse Buckets.
Pails, Trubs. Keelers, Willow Wagons, nlests
Measures, Feathers, &c. &c. &c.
SIBLEY & CRA PON.
HamburgJtily, 1,18-43. tf 23
Water' Proof, & No Mistake I
H L, JEFFERS & co.
WAREnotUSE & GENE RAL, cOMlMtSstoN
M1ERCHANTrS.-HIAMBURIG, S. C.
BEG leave to info'rm their friends, arid the
LFpublic genlerally, their NEW WA TER
PRO OF WAREIHOU'SE, with largo conive
nient cluose Stores attacbed, is now comnpleted
and ready for the reception of
Cotton, Mercisandise, &e.
It is situated otn the ptrincipal street leading
into the bttsiness hart of the town, four feet
above the highest water mark by actttiilstrvey,
eirely remiote from all other butitdings, wvhiceh
enders it fire-proof, arid convetniently situated
fir loading anid unloading wagons.
They are now permaniently located in this
place, aind pledged nt to speeulate in Cotton
ont their owni account, but to give their undivi
ded attention to thte interest of their cuistomters,
ad are fully propaled to attenid to the Sale,
Soringy and S'hipping of
otton, Flour, .Bacon, &c.
Rciring and Forwcarding ME RC HA NDISE.
P'erhasing Goods to order, lie. &ic.
Teir. charges will be as follows :-For sel
ling.Cotton (5 cetnts per hale; Shipping do,
2 cents per bale. Commission for buying or
selling M~erchanidise atnd Produce 2& per centt.
Forwurding atnd Storage, in accordattce with
the estabilished rates. All Cotton, Flour, &..
received by the riverfree from wharfage. Li.
beral advances will he made when required,
an ay consignments mnade to them.
Hamburg, Septr. 9 tf 33
M A CK A REL. SH AD. CUODFISH,8f c.
~O Brls. and 1-2. bris. Nos. I, 2 attd 3
MA CKA REL,
30 kits anid 1.2 kits No.1 MIackarel,
4001 lis. CODPI~ISH,
10 boxes H ERRINGS,
3 half barrels No. 1 Shad, for sale by*
H. A. KENRICK,
DUTGS & lYEDICIN ES.
THE 'Subscriber keeps -coi
standy cn hand, a full-and very
complete assortmient of the most
choice FAMILY DRUGS and
- Physicians, who are in prac
tic,, wvill find it to their interest
to call and examine; all articles
prepared by us are strictly ac
cording to the Dispensatury.
and warranted to be suchl. so that
they way be dcpendcd upo-n in practice. having
the long experiecr'e ofDoctur Thomas J. IWray,
to superintend the business, his name is a entli
cient guarantee. for any thing that is vended
front this esmablhihment We have at all times
on hand., a cl! s .ortineit of
Paints. Oils. & Dye-Stuff's
Window Class. Perfumery. &c. Any thing
purcha ed in this concern will be promptly sent
to lamburg.free of expense.
Orders executed with the utmost attention
J. E. MARSHALL,
Successorto THOMAS J. 111R AY,
At his old and well known stand, above
P. McGran's corner, Augusta,Geo.
Jan. 24 3m 52
T HE Subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public generally, that he
offers for sale. atthe brick store formerly occu
pied by Messrs. Sibley & Crapon. nearly op
posite Mr. James Hubbard's Hotel, a large
and general assortmentof GROCERIES, par
ticularly adapted to the wants of families, con
sisting in part of
New Orleans, Porto Rico, and St. Croix
Lump. loa crushed & powdered Sugars,
Cluba, Rio and Java COFFEE,
l3aclc, llysoi, Gunpowder and Imperial
Vest India and New Orleans Molasses.
Hull's Patent Candles, 4s, 5s, & Os.
Sperm. do. 4s, fis, & Os
Canal Flour. in whole and half barrels,
6 casks prime Goshen Cheese,
20 boxes do. do. do,
Buckwliat in 1-4 and 18 barrels,
Pickles in 1-2gal. jars, qts. and pints,
Tomato Ketchup do. do.
Walnut du. do. do.
50 saske Liverpool Salt, (bleached sacks,)
50 boxes Table do. (a fine article,)
25 hrls. Irish Potatoes. (Roan)
2 tierces Onions. (red and silverskin,)
Bar soap, shaving soap. cotton cards. wool
cards, pails. buekets, tubs, keelers, piggins. in
digo, madder. copperas. rice, lard, chocolate,
Baker's cocoa, cocoa paste, Gosben: buter. so
da biscuit, lemon biscuit, pic tite crackers. wa
ter crackers, butter crackers, pilot bread, 'l
mnonds, currants, citron, cloves, nutmegs. mace.
cinnamon, pepper, spice. ginger, sago, pearl
Barley, maccaroni. vemicilli. capens, mustard,
starch, West India and Ameriran preserves.
Pesons visiting Hamburg. are respectfully
requested to call and examine for themselves.
H. A. Ki.'NRICK
Hamburg, Novr. 25 H f 44
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Whitfield Brooks; Applicant,
Gideon Youngblood, & others Defen'ts
Ir appearing to my sntisfaction. that Gideon
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 -imd sale of the real
estate of Lewis Youngblood. dec'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. >. D.
March 26th, 1844. 12t 9
rtate of South Carolina.
John Rochell, Bill for Parli
vs tion, Account,
James Tocmkins, Ex'tr. and and Seutle
I T appearing to the atisfatctiou of ilhe Com
missionier, that H-enry Al Tomkitis, Frcan
cis Tomkins and Sarah his wife, Pocahontas
TomnkinsPowhattian Tomkins, Elizabeth Tomu
kins, daughter of Fraiccis Tonmkicns, deceased ;
Jcohn Tomkins, of Tiennessee. and Susan his
wife, R. Ml McGuffey, and Chatrhcey his wife,
S. H. Saunders an~d Eliza his wife. Patsey
Squires, Israel Morris, acid Anna, late Acin'a
Squires, his wife, Ezra Squcires. Ira Squires,
Anramincter Squir-:s, the three last inamed
being children of~ satid Annam Morris, liar
thiolowaew S. Adams, Ophelia Barker, WVil
liam Adams, James :'sdamas Trhoimas Adamis
James Atchisrn, acid Sarah his wife. John Gib
son. James Stallsworth. Cacllowvay Stahlswnrthi
Pacrk Stallsworth, Jackson Stalhlsworthc, Nicho
las Stallsworth, and Nancy Siallsworth, d,
fetudants in this suit, ceside without the limits
of this State; On motion, by Mr. Banskett
Complainant's Solicitor, cordered, that the above
named Defendants do plecud, aniswer, or de
imur, to the Complainant's said bill, within
three months froni the pubilicatioin hereof, or
thc said bdll will be takeni p~rocnesagit
S. S. TOMPKINS. c. E E
Comcmissioner's Offce, Feb. 9. 1843.
Feb. 14 3m 3
*Staite of South Carolina.
Ann Bates acid Thos. S.)
Bates. Ad'mni. vs. Bill for Account,
Geo. AM. Bates, et al. Partition, ojc.
IT1 appearing to the sniisfaicion of the
.Commissioner. that George Al. Bates,
Joel Hamiter and Elizaheth his wife, Wilson
Al. Bates atnd Nancy Atnn his wife, Andrew J.
Wilson and Hepsebah htiswife,'and David 4n
drew Bates, defendants in thtis suit, reside with
out the limits of this State: On mnotimn, by Mr.
Wardlaw, Complainants' Solicitor, ordered,
tat the above named .defendants do plead, an
swer, or demur, to the comnlaiinants' bill,wvith
n three months from the puiblicationi hereof, or
the said bill wvill be takeni pro' comfessco againust
S. S. TOMPKINS. c. ce. a. a.
Commuisstoucr's ofte. Feb,. 25, 1544.
State of' South Catrolina.
.chn A. Hlonstoni, Trustee,)
Daniel McuKie. & al.
vs. . Rill for Accout.
George A. McKie,
Thomas McKie, et al. J
I T appearing to the satisfaction of the Com
missioner, that William Durham, and a
spposed son of Michael McKie, dec'd., whose
namce is unknown, defendanits in this suit, re
side without die limitsof this State : On motion,
by AMr. WVardlaw, Complainaints' Solicitor, or
dered,that the above named defendants,do plead,
answer, or demutr, to the complainants said bill,
within three months from the publication hereof,
or the said bill will be taken pro confesso against
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D
Commissioner's Offce, Feb.28, 1844.
Fe.28o 3m 5
t HEsubscriber still cntidaes at 101iestna
lishment on the IDGE, to manufuettrre
Ginsof a supeiior quality. His iGsiare.nai
of the very best materials; and foworknanship
and service will he found equal 'any in the
Repairing in all its branches will be faithfulfy
performed at moderate charges.:.
Orders addressed to the .subseriher at, the
Ridge. wi!l be pron tly attended to.
B. .T. BOATWRIG RTT.
March 13, St - .7
Statc Of outh arolina,
IN EQUITY. -
Gertrude Riley, & Sophia
M. Sawyer, vs. -
George V. Sawyer,- Wil. BillforParlition
liam Padget, et al..
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the
Commissioner, that John H. Allen and Joi
cyihis wife, defeindants in this suit, reside with
out this State: On ujotion, by Mr. Wardlaw,
Complainants' Solicitor, ordered,that the above
named Defendants, do plead, answer or demur,
to the Complainants' said bill, within three
months from the publication hereof, or the said
bill will be taken pro confesso 3ainst them.
S, S. TOM PKINS, c. E. E..D.
Commissioner's Office, Feb. 28, 1844.
Feb.28 3m 5
W E hereby forwarn all persons'not to
irade for a note of hand given by
the subscribers for two hundred and fifty
dollars, payable to James Rushton or
bearer, on or near the. first day of January
1845, and dated the 22d of Nov. 1842. The
consideration of the above note havidg to
tally failed, we are determined not to pay
the same unless compelled by law.
Signed, THOMAS SMITH,
Feb.28 6 tf
T HE Subscriber takes pleasure in inform
ing the public, that he has succeeded in
engaging the services of an experienced Miller
for the ensuina year, and having his Mills in
thorough repair, is prepared to do any quan
tity of grinding grain at the shortest notice.
Persons having Wheat, and wishing superior
flour made from it, are invited to give him a
call. l is terms are the tenth.
S W. NICHOLSON.
Dec 5, 1843 36 m* 49
A LL those ind--bted to the Es-ate of
Isham Carpenter. deceased, are re
quired to make immediate payment, and
those having demands against the Estate,
to present them duly attested.
JOHN HILL, o E D.
F b.28 5 tf
7 HE subscriber havinr entered into new
I business arrangements, is desirous f
closing ttp his old business, and respectfully
urges upon those indebted to him either by
note or account, the necessity ofanl immediate
January 3 tf 40
T HE co-partersh ip heretofore existing un
der the name of RocHE & REER, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. The busi
ness wil hereafter he conducted by E. C. Re.
mer, who will settle all business ol'the firm.
M. D. ROCHE,
E. C. REM ER.
March 6-13 tf 7
State of South Carolina.
Oliver Simpson,' Declaration
3. G. FEckles. in Foreign Atachment.
T H E Plaintf' having this day filed his de
clarattioin in my office, and the defendant
hav.ing no wvife or attorney, known to be within
the State. on whomr a copy of the samn., with a
rtile to plead, can, be served: It is ordered, that
the d~efetndant pileald to thte said declai-aaion,
within a year atnd a day, or filial end tabsoltte
judgement wvill be gtven against him.
G E(. POPE, c. c. 1'.
Cleak's Office. 16th March, 18-4
State of SOuth C'arolinia.
IN THE COMMO0N PLE.AS.
Curry & Caver, Decto ration
vs. ina Foreign Attack
B. S. M iller, ment.
WVilhamn Curry, Decla ration
?s. in oreig'n Afttach
Henry Carter. ment.
iared E. Groce, Deelaration
vs. in Forcign Attzch
Trhe Satme. ment.
Curry & Caver, Declaration
vs. in Forcign Attach
The Samne. ment.
WVilliamn Curry, Declaration
vs. in Foreign Attack
The Seine. mnent.
Jared E. Groce, vs. Declaration
rTe saime, anid in Foreign Attack.
Blenjatmin S. Miller. ment.
Curry & Caver, Declaration
vs. in Foreign Attack
John W. Carter. met.
B. W. Gruce, Declaration
vs. in Foreign Attach
The Same. ment.
W. Curry, IDeclasatwon
vs. in Foreign Attack
The Same. meat.
I. A. llibler, Declaration
vs. in Foreign Attach.
Hirami N. WVilson, Agent. ment.
Israel Bond, for the use )Declaration
of the same, vs. in Foreign Attack
The Same. ) ment.
T1 H E Plaintiffs in the a bove casees, harvin'r
Rtinday filed their decharaitionisin myo
f~ae antd ther det'tidamis having no wife Jr at.
torney.kniowni to be within this State, ont whom,
a c'opy orsa de~clain:itton, with a rile to plead
-nin he served: It is ordered, that the said defen
dant do pleadl to the staid declairatin. within a
yeari andt a day froim the puiblication of this or
der, or final and absolute judgmet will be
awarded against them.
GEO. POPE, c. c. P.
Clerk's O0fce,_Nov. 6.1843. 1y 42
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
James T. Gray, Foreign Attachmnt.
Ann Miledge. Assumpisit.
T3 H E Plaintiff in the above csse, having.
..this day filed his declaration in my of
fice, and the Defendant havinig no attrniey,
knowvn to he in this State, on whlom a rule to
plead can be ser ved; on motion, Ordered, that
he said defendant do plead within a veer and
r day from the publication of this rutli or final
itd absolute judgmerit nill be awvarded against
ORASMUS D. ALLEN, c. c.,.
Clerk's Offce, 5th Jusne, 1843.
Junne 14 A y .n
A PUBLIC BLESSING.
p'HESlr'PI' LLDu nvelnigbdes1
I- and .apprecisted, for their extiaordi:Iary.
an'd- nimntdiate pov'ers of .restoringd perfectt
healthlatiYporsuns .uflering underanearly;ove .
kind-ofiscase to.wlhili the human irane is'
liafile. . They are particularly Iecommended tp
all those yersous whoigare fibcted wit)anykiij4
of n 'chronic. or lingering mcouplaat - as hro ts'
no medicine before tre iublic wiich 'iba so,
natural'and happyeffect uponthe hysteiiz.
correcting the Mloinch: aid liver,'andC'to'ihd
ing the blood. - :: . - .
They are acknowledged by the lgudraaind
thousands who are using them, to be not only
the:most mild and pleasant in-tlheirp eirain 'o
but the most perfpctif ininocent,safe an1c .;i
cient medicinee ever, offered to- the p'ulilic.
Those who once .nike a trial 'of thesePillir,
never afterwards-feel willing to be witbot
them, and call again and again for.more,*rhich
is sutfiennt ptoofof their good qualities:
HEAD.gCHE-SICK OR NERVOUS.
Those who have suffered-and are weary of
suffering with this distressing coinplaiiftuwili
find Spencer's Vegetable Pills a remedy at o0-e'e
certain and immediate in its effects. Onesin
gle dose of the Pills, taken soon as te hlisad
ache is felt coming on, will cure ain onehalr
As a remedy in summer andbotcelcon
j ey display their wonderful powers to adam
ratuon, and are far superior to any thmgin '
for these complaints.
In D y 'pe a and Liver Complaintheystaak
unrivalled. Many have been-cured isra few.:
weeks, after having suffered under the'4dad
ful complaint fo: years. "
In Hubitual Costivenew they are deeidry
superior to any Vevetabte Pill ever brought be..
fore the public ; and one 25 cent bos will"
tablish their surprising virtties,tnd pliteae
beyond the reacn of doubtin the estimation-og
every individual. . g.
They are invaluable ii nervous and hyp
chondriacal affections, loss of appetite, and alL'
complaints to which females alone are subjectL
They are mild in their action, and convey.
almost immediate conviction of thoir ultiity .;
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
of bad humors. quiet nervous irritability, and
invariably produce sound health.
Upwards oftkrechundred and -seventy thiu
sand bozes of these inestimiabte Pill- have tied
sold within the last twelve months in thiee
States alone, and more than three times-ihe
same quantity in other States. .
As an anti-bilious medicine, no famiilyshud
be without them. A single' trial of -them ias
more satisfactory than a thousand'certifcates
Talladega Springs, Talladega Co. Ala.
August 17,.1842. ,-'
This is to certify, that I have been afc ed
with Sick Headache, Dyspepsia and Livar
Complaint, and Costiveness for the' last :e'igh'
or nine years, during which time I bad taken,
as wellas 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
dreth's Pills, all of which afforded me but little,- -
or no relief. At last I was recommended to try
Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills, and well I did;
for I never had but one attack of' the Sick
Headache after I commenced taking the Pills,
(tiow abont six months.) and I candidly .con
fess, that I have derived more real benefit from
the use of Spencer's Pills, than from-all the
other Medicmnes and Pills that I haye ever
taken, and I would earnestly recommend them
to all, as being in my opimon, the best medi
cine in use for all lingeritg complaints, The
Pills have done e so much good, that..
would not feel willing to be without them for
five dollars a box; and I cannot but feel very
grateful to Dr Sipencer for having prepared
such a valuable medicine, and the distribution
of at is conferring a very great favor on. thie
public, as it is a thing of the utmost importance
that every family should have a supply of-Dr.
Spencer's truly valuable Pills constantly on
hanid. ISAAC M1. THOMAS.
Price, 25 cents per box, with full directions.
For sale lby
HIAVILAND, RISLEY & CO..
J. D. TIBBETS,
Edgefield Court House.
Dr. W,. WV. GEIGER,
_Ang 16 6in 29
A CERTAIN and effectal care for Ague
and Fever ; also used successfully in the
treatplnent of Bilious Fever, Nausea, Gene'ral
Debility, and Nervous Weakness.
The most fiatter-ing recomnmenadations of this
Sledicine hrave beena received from many emi
nent Physicians and others who have used it.
And it is ptrestumied that no medicine haa ever
been used whose action has been more benefi
ciaul, pleasant and itnvigorating, and catted forth
from tanheited sufferers such expressions of
htearufelt graititude and 'hn nkfulness. Persons
taking the Pills, soon find thenmselves relieved
-Chill roken ! Fever gone !! ~Stomach'and
head fi-ee and healthful!!! Strength; mid-ap
petite inicreasing arid improving, and al .ner;
vouts weakness fled. thed' .'
W~hein taken according to thedrectine
coman~tying them, they'never faiii to -cuze'thd
Ciaill and Fever the first day, and nieveruicken'
;he stomach or operate upon the bowels.
Trheir aetiont upon the whole. system~seo
charming, that persons are invarajbly surprised
and pleas-ed with their rapid and comnplete
restoration to healths
rThe Pills a purely and solely Vegetahle4
nad the happy combination of the- ingredients
and their propoartions are sne~lt as to pioduce a
medic-ine. which never fails to -relieve when
relief is at all attaitiable..
Each box containi 20 ddies of Pills-isrie
One Dollar. For saile'by -
HJAVILAND, RIISLEY & CO..
Agents, Augusta, Georgia...
J. D. THSBET5,
Edgefield Court House.
- *Cherokee Ponds ..
Aug. 16 ..in m--29- n
State of South V arolig?"
IN T HE COM MOR PZE AS.
Oliver Simpson, ).:
vs. - >ForeipuAttachuest.
Middleton Belk . . - T
rpH Planti ay~n i eday led h~i
to be within this State,-onom acapypfid
declaration, wvith a-rnlet t leadmanbe seriod.
Jt is orderedl, that this iddefehbdant'doieat
to the said dpclaratjpb:r' hi- year pd
day fronm tie pufsiatimoe as order,~o td
Clerk's Offce, Edgelleld C. U. ApiJjpOg84&
Aprit 12 0. ' ly