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B Y~viitue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa-.
cias, will proceed to sell at'Edge
field Court House, on the first Monday and
Tuesday in May next, the' following
Luther Roll, vs Charles Lamar, Abram
Mathews and Samuel M.3lathews, vs the
same; N. L; Griffin and others, vs the
same, the how e and-Lot in- the Town of
Hamburg, known as the American Hotel,
occupied at'this-time by Robert R. Hun
Wade Glover, vs John Scealy, the tract
of land. where the defendant lived at the
time of his death, adjoining lands of A.
Sibley, (formerly the lands of Wiley Mil
ton) and others, lying on Big Horse Creek.
E. B. Presley, vs Caleb Broadwater,
one sorrel horse.
Brannon &Mundy,vsJohn C. Thomas,
the interest of the defendant in three hun
dred acres of land, more or less, adjoining
lands of Batte Howard and others.
Lewis Sample and others, vs Elias Wal
ton. Nathan Riley and Reuben Morgan,
one negro girl, Liley, the property of E.
Michael Barr, Administrator, and others,
vs Gosper Buzzard, the tract of land where
the defendant lives, containing three hun
dred and fifty acres, more or less, adjoin
ing lands of James Whittle, James Mare
ron, Tempy Mitchell and George Lorick.
Commissioner in Equity and others, vs
John Mosely, the tract of land known as
the Traylor tract, containing two hundred
acres of land, more or less, adjoining lands
of Silas Lanier, John Jones and others.
A. J. Rambo and others, vs Rudolph
Carter and Elizabeth Carter. five thousand
acres of land, more or less, adjoining lands
of John Wise and others, the property of
the defendant Rudolph Carter, also, one
negro man, Dick.
Josiah J. Bryan, vs Ann Hull. Admin
istrator; Ceo. Parrott. vs the same; Mary
Ilightower and others, vs the same, one
house and lot in the Town of Hamburg,
on Centre Street, occupied at this time by
William P. Delph and Joseph N. Oliver,
also, one other house and lot, on Centre
Street, occupied at this time by F. A.
Schroder, as a Grocery. Also, twenty
acres of land, more or less. within one
- mile of the ''own of Hamburg, lying on
the Edgefield road, opposite lands of E. J,
Iuckmnaster, and -adjoining lands of -
Michael Barr, Administrator, vs Robert
T. Moore and William Bridges, Adminis
tors of the Estate of Samuel Moore, dec.,
the tract of land where Sam. Moore lived
at the time of his death, containing nine
- hundred acres, more or less, adjoining lands
of Joel Inabnett and others.
Cothran & Sproull, vs Thomas Berry,
one hundred acres of land, more or less,
adjoining lands of J. Rodgers and others.
H. BOULWARE, s. E. D.
April 8 4t 11
Commnissioner in Equity,
BY virtue of an order from the Court of
Common Pleas, I shall of'er for sale on
the first Monday in May next, at Edgefield
Court House, to.foreclose these several mort
gages; the following tracts of land the property
of tite Defendant; viz: The Poverty Hill tract,
'containing two hundred acres, more or less;
the Covington Hardy tract. containing one hun
dred and forty-three acres. more or less; amid a
*tract of land corntaining one hntndred amnd sixty
acres. more or less ; .the first tract adjoining
.lands of James Vann, John Jones, and others;
the second, adjoining lands of Dav id Bunch.
and 6thers; and the third adjoinming lands of
Silas Lanier, Mrs. Briags, and others. Said
lands to be sold on the followmne terms :--Two
* thonsand dollars in cash, and balance on a cre
dit until the first Monday -in February next:
the titles to be signied, but not delivered until
the moneg be paid acr~ording to the terms of
sale, and ir'the amount of the purchase money
be not paid when diue, I shall resell by virtue
of the ramwe levy, on account of the former
purchaser, for cash.
H. BOULWARE, s. g. D.
April8 ($48J4) -4t 11
SHERIFF'S SAL E.
B Y virtue oa n orderifrom the Court of
Common Pleas, I with proceed to sell in
the- town of 'iambumrg. on Thursday tihe 18th
day of A pril next,. the following property. in
the following writs of Attachment, to wit:
W1illiamt E.Jackson & Co. vs William Fitz
roy; George S. Cameron & Co. vs Fitzroy and
Mclnnis; and J. J. Bryan vs thme same, six
- eBoxes and contehnts; two Kegs and *contents;
six Bags of Coffee, and one Barrel of Oil.
TermscashH. BOULWVARE, s. E. D.
* .April l $1-50 3t 10
* ~sTATEOFA~ CsRL.2
:' :EDGEFIELDDIT C.
t George W.. Nixon,
A pplicant, vs. Smosi
Sarah- Nixon et al, ( Priin
1Y ani order from Jo~hn Hill, Ordina
-ry of Edgefield District, [ shall pro
'coed to selJ~in the above stated case. lainds
:belonging to the Estate of Thos. Hl.Nixon,
* deceased, situated in said District, on the
Wraters of' Stevens' Creek, bounding on
lands'of William Garrett, Mary Burt. A.
Shni-pton and others. containing three hun
- dred and forty three acres, more or less,
to be sold on the first Monday in May next,
on a credit until the first day of January
* .next. Purchasers to give bond and per
sonal security, and a mortgage to the
Orninary. Cost to be paid in cash.
- H. BOULWARE.
'April8, 1844 83 87 11 4c S..E. D.
State of Soth Carolina.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Whitfield Brooks, Applicant,
*Gideon Youngblood, & others, Defen'ts.
~Tappearing to my satisfaction, that Gideon
SYoungblood, Geo. Youngblood, and Mar
thaYoungblood, resides without the limits of
this State : [t ie ordered, that they do appear
arid object it, the divisiion aid sale of the real
festate of Lewis Younghlood, dec'd., on or be
fo'reihe' Grat Monday in July next, or their con
sent lo the simojvill be entered of record.
;blarc *~ . J. HILL, o. a. D.
A Fresh supply, for sale by
.tU. H. A. KENRICK.
Namhnrg March 12. .ei 7
State of South Carolina.
Jas.Swearengen, Elizat Swear-')
engen, Lueinda Swearengen,d
Abner Swearengen, and Larken I Sum
G. Swearengen. vs. James H. I mono
Swearengen, Wm. R. Swear- } in
engen, John Swearengen, Cole- Par!i
man Rhodes. Harriet Rhodes I tin.
and Mary A. Sweatengen,
B Y an order from JOHN LL, Or
dinary of Edgefield District, I shall
proceed to sell in the above stated case,
lands belonging to the Estate of Jesse
Swearengen, deceased, situate in said
District, on Paces' branch, waters of
Shaw's creek, bounding on lands of James
Swearengen, the estate of Noah Cloud,
and John Bauskett, which said real estate
consists of an undivided moiety of the said
described tract of land, containing in the
whole one thousand three hundred and
eighty-nine acres. more or less, to be sold
on the first Monday in May next, on a
credit until the first day of January next.
Purchasers to give bond and personal se
curity, and a mortgage to the Ordinary.
Cost to be paid in cash.
H. BOULWA RE, s. E. D.
April 10. 1844 (84 81) 11
Tax Collector's Notice.
I WILI. attend nt the following places to col
lect 'axes for the year 1843:
Monday, April 1, Hatcher's Pond,
Tuesday, 2. Ridge.
Wednesday, 3, Morris'.
Thursday, " 4. Mt. Willing,
Friday. 5, Perry's,
Saturday, " 6, Coleman's,
Monday, " 8, Towles',
Tuesday, " 9, J. Richardson's,
Wedne-day, 10, Allen's,
Thuirsday, " l1, Smyly's,
Friday, " . 12, Dunton's,
Saturday, " 13. Sheppard's,
Monday, 15, (Shadwtick')Rodger's
Tuesday, " 16, Liberty Hill.
Vednesdny, " 17. Tucker's,
'T'imrsday, " 19, Vance's,
Friday, " 19. Geiger' .
Saturday, " 20. Bench Island,
31onday. " 22, Hamburg,
Monday, May 6, Edgefiekl C. H.
After which time my books will be closed
for the present year.
$. F. GOUEDY, T. C. E.D.
April 3 3t 10
Strayedl or Stolen,
F ROM a lot attached to the Planter's Hotel
in Edgsfield Village. on Saturday nigh
the 16th inst. two HORSES, one a large Cites
tint Sorrel, rising 16 hands high, about 6 years
old, works well, and paces; is a little hos
backed, thin throngh the shoulders, and one of
his hocks swell-d ; the other is a common size<
Bay Mare, near 15 hands high, six or sever
years old, high wethers. light in the flank, pa
ces a little: it is tint known whether she wil
work or not,she has a small white speck in om
of her eyes, and a saddle mark onl her left side
about four incbes below the centre ofher back
she is very spirited. Any person taking ut
said animals. ifestray. and keeping them well
or fanning them where they will be well kept
until I recover them. shall he reasonably re
warded, and if stolen, a reward of Fifty Dol
lars will be paid for the recovery of the Horses
and detertton of the This f. Any information
respecting them, directed to the. subscriber a
Mcllacken's P. 0. Fairfield District will be
march 27 3t 9
State of South Carolina.
John.Rochell, Bill for ~ Parti
s tion. Account
James Tonmkins, Ez'tr. anid ( and Seutle
othters. J ment..
I T appearinig to the atisfaction of thie Cojn
missioner, that Hetiry M Tomnkints, Fran
cis Tomnkints and Sarah hisi wife, Pocahontat
Tomukinis.Po'whattatn Tomkins,'Elizabethi Tom,.
kinis, danghter of~ Francis Tomkins, deceased;
John Totmkitns, of Tennessee. and Sutsan his
wife, Rt. M. McGufl'ey, and Charlsey his wife,
S.11i. Snunders and Eliza his wife. Patsey
Squaires, Israel Morris, andAnna, Iate Anna
Squires, his wife, Ezra Sqttires, Ira Squires,
Anraminiter Squtires, the -three last namred
bieing children of said Anna Morris, Bat
tholooa.ewv S. Adams. Ophielia Dttrker, Wii
-lanm Adams, Jamies Adams.'. Thomas Adatmo
James A tchison. and Saraht his wife. John Gib
son. Jmtes Stallsworth, Calloway Stallsworth,
Park Stallsworth, Ja~ckson Stallsworth,'Nicho.
las Stallsworth. and Nanicy Stallsworth, de
fenidants in this snit, meside without the limits
of this State; Ott motion, by Mr. Bauzskett
Conipliiant's Solicitor, ordered, that th'e abov~e
named Derendannts do ptend, answer. or de.
mur, to the Comnplainant's said bill, within
three months from the publicatio~n hereof, 01
the said bill will be taken pro confesso againsi
-S. S. TOMPKINS. C. E. E. D
Commissioner's Offcc, Feb. 9. 1843.
Feb. 14 3m 3
State of South Carolina.
Anti Bates nod Tihos. S.
Bates. Ad'mrs. vs. ~.Billfor Accont,
Geo. M. Bates. et nl. Partition. Stc.
IT appearing to the atisfaction of the
.Commissioner, thtat George M. Bates,
Joel Hiamiter and Elizabeth his wife, Wilsor
M. Bates and Nanicy Attn his, wife. Andrew J.
Wilson anid Hepsebath his wife. and David 4n
drew Uates, defendatnts int this suit, resttle with-.
out the imits'ofthtis State: On miotion, by Mr.
Wardlaw. Complainants' Solicitor, ordered,
that the tabove named defenidants do plead, mit.
swer, or demaur, to the comp~lainants' bill.with
it three moths from tho publication hereof, or
the staid bill will be takeni pro cotnfesso against
S. S. TOMPKINS, c.-.E.D.
Commissioner's Ofie, Feb. 28, 1844.
Feb. 28 3m 5
State of South Carolina.
John A. Houston, Trustee,
vs. Bill for Account.
Gtbrgo A. McKie,
Thomas McKie, et a!.J
I T appearing to thic satisfation of the Com
missioner, that William Durham, and a
supposed sont of Michael McKie, dec'd., whose
name is nnknowin, defendants in this suit, ret
side withoutt the limtitsofthis State: On motion.
by Mr. Wardlawv, Complainants' Solicitor, or
dered,that the abhove named de fendants,do plead,
answer, or demur. to the complainants said bi,
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.
Febt. 28 3m 5i
FOnL SALE 'A TrHI- nOFICE.
List of Le ers,
Remaining in the Post O~ide, at Edge
ield.Cobrt.House S. C., on the 1st day of
4- kios, Thomas Ayres. Wm. M.
Attison, Mrs. M.
Brooks, John Brogsden, Mr.
lreitbaupt, C. Bland, Avory
Cawles. H. Colvin, E.
Clark, Wam. Caine. Dr. Sampson
Chipley. J. S. Collier, Burwell,
Collins, E. S.
Dunkin, Brantley Dowd, C. A.
f)elaughter, John Delaughter, Bliss F.
Evans, T. G. Elder, Herbert
ElIzey. Lewis Elder, 1U. B.
Fulmore, John Jr. Freeman. 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, G. W. Johnson, Adna
Lipscombe. Mrs. Lipscqmhe, Julia B.
Laudrum.'M r. C. Lipscombe, John
Mitchell, Abraham Morris, Thwmas
Mays, Dr. R. G. Moore. Jamrs
Morris, Mrs. Jane Moore, Henry
Mills, Thomas S. Mair, Edward
Napper, T. D. Alichols. Mrs. R.
Outer, George or Davld
Price, Miss M. R. Perrington, Miss S.
Ransom, Mrs. E. A. Roper, Freeman H.
Ramsey, Mrs. S. Rees, Thomas B.
Reames, B. M. Rountree, John B.
Butlan'd, Miss P. Roberts, Shelton G
Ren, Wm. Radford, W. 31.
Sharpton, Mrs. Samuels, M..
Siedliam, Marshal Samuels, Robert
Tihhetts, D. W. 'Tenant, Dr. G.
Tigue. Dr. Temples, John
Turner, John C.
Williams, Miss C. Waltrum, Henry Sr.
Walker, Wmn. G. Waters, Mrs. M. O.
White, Shandy Williams, Thomas
Wilson & Patton
Youngblood, William 88 10
M. FRAZIER, P. M.
O Persons calling for any of the above
Letters will say Advertised Letters.
T HE Subscribers respectfully 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 mn add-tion to their former stock. com-.
pruscs the largest aind best assortmient of Goods
ever offered sn this market, consisting in part
40 hhds. Porto Rico. New.Oileans and
St Croix Sugar.,
350 hags Rio. Cuba, Porto Rico, St. Do
mango, Java. and Mocha Coffee,
-70 hhds. West India Molasses,
10 tierces Cuba -do.
35 bbls. New Orleans do.
70,000 lbs. Bacon. Hrams,Sides& Shoulders.
-80,000 " Swede Iron,.assorted sizes,
5,000 " English do.
3.000 " Band and Hoop Iron,
3,000 "Nail Rads & Horse Shoe shapes.
2.000 "Cast, Ge'rman. & Blistered Steel,
200 setts Wagon Boxes,
1,700 sacks Salt. (bleached sacks,)
2,0(30 bushels Sali, in hulk,
2511 pieces Gunny Bagging,
1,000 lbs. Bagging Twine, (Weaver's,)
150.coils Manilla Dale Rope,
300 do Heomp do do
-1,500 yards Osnaburgs,
5,000 lbs. double refined Loaf Sugar,
3,000 " "' " crushed do.
3,000'" powdered do.
1,000'" single refined Loaf do.
20 boxes Turpentine Soap,
10 " Sperm Candles,
20 " H ull's patent C'andles,
5 tierces fresh ground Rico
2,000 lbs. White Lead No. 1 Union Mills,
25 bbl. Canal Flour, (choice brand.)
40 doz. diniog, parlor, rocking and
7eases Hats and Caps,
150 casks Stone Lime. (in fine order,)
20 kegs Dupont's FF g Powder,
1,000 lbs. Bar Lead,
40 boxes Window Glass 8x10 & 10x12,
130 bags Shot, assorted sizes,
2,500 pair.. Shoes,
Tea, P'epper, Spice, Ginger, Chocolate. Cm
namon, Almonds, Starch, N utmegs. flne chew
ing Tobacco. Negro Cloths, Blankets, Shoe
Thread, C9tton Yarn,. Cotton Cards, Wool
Card, TaksSieves, Plough Linies, Indigo,
Madder, Blue Stone, Copperas. Epsom Salts,
Lmnseed Oil, Lamp Oil, a (superior article,)
Trace Chains, Filth Chains, Smoothing Irons,
brass bound cedar Bnckets, horse'Buckets,
Pails, Tubs. Keelers, Willow Wagons, nests
Measures, Feathers, &c. &c &c.
SIBLEY & CRA PON.
Hamburg July, 1, 1843. -tf 23
si Redwsed Prices.
H E Subscriber respet.ctfully informs his
ieinds and the public genera.lv, thai he
has a good stork of well sawed LUIII BER on
hand, and sawing daily of the best heart PInes
at the following prices:
At the Mill 50 cents per hundred.
Delivered, . 80
within 10 or 12 miles of the Mill.
Feb.7 3m 2
MACKARE1. SIIAD. CODFISH,tc.
jOBrIs. and 1-2 brIe. Nos. 1, 2 and 3
30 kits and 1-2 kits No. 1 Mackarel,
400 lis. CODFISH,
10 boxes HERRINGS,
3 half barrels No. I Shad. for sale by
U. A. KENRICK,
Hamburg,-Nov. 25 er 44
THE FIFTH VOLTME
- OF THE.
FOUR years .h.tvt nearly elapsed sit.ce th
Journal first made its appearance before a
;euerons public ; and althongh having met
with a due portion oresupport, the Ediior would
at this time, invite the attention of his old
friends, and those Who may feel a desire of sus
taining his effort., and extend .ddiiional en
conragentent. to lend a helping hrand towards
the commencement of a new volimo.
We mtake an sar'nest appeal to our friends
in Sonth Carolina. as well as those in other
States, to assist us in the circulation of the
Journal. and clear away ith. se weeds that have
grown atnund the Old 'rilmto Tree. Now
that we have prefertel Henry Clay to Martin
Van Boren, we can only expect a lesper:ate
effort to be nade to crash Ms, and consign the
HaMSUtnO .Ioussat. to obliviot. Thongh we
fear not thoec who would injure our interest.
because the more we ,ire trampled on. the bet
ter we will thrive : still. we wish to have the
consoittoi; of knowing that our coorse meets
with response ir;a the h-arts of fr-eenit. To
conduct a Press in So't!I Crt.lina in opposition
to the e-e:ablished tmandte: of thu-c who dic
tate. is like treaditn on the fortid.!ct ernund
of aomeenstern mesqne-no cehistinn dare p 38
it, unless barefoot. Yet we leave dared to :take
a venture on this land. nd feri: out that
which should be retmoved.
And now we leave our ense in the hands of
our friends, and present oer efforts to their con
sideration, to say, whether we must be- disap
pointed or be supprted with liberality and
The Journal is published once a week. at
the very low price of Tw Dor..ARs per :tnuim.
in advance, and contains at least twelve colums
of reading matter.
Will onr b-rther editors, of either party, ex
tend a friendly act. by giving the above a few
insertiosm J. W. YARBOROUGH.
Hamburg. S. C., Mardi, 1844.
March 27 7f 9
0TECONOMY! ECONOMY !!g
THE SOUTHERN MEDICAL
( H TIE t3uecriber hazvin a nati: ted tte
. ptubiion of hIn j F;DICA L Ptr 'K
ET i1')OK. pre pared expressly tier the South.
ern States. lent, being disappointed in puhish.
ing it as a book. now proposes to issue the
work in sheets, twice a m.mth, until the wholes
work shall he completed. .aeh umber will
comprise 32 duodecim onges, on excellent
papet. makimg, when coinplet.d. about :300 or
350 pages. This method hats been .tdoptei
because it is the cheapest and safest mode by
which the work can be delivered to subscribers.
The principles of Medicine, Disease. Prac
tice, and theory. so far as relates to the Botanic
remedies. are full and comprehensive. In fact,
the Medical Pocket Book is so arranged as to
render every man, or head of x family qualified
to act as their awn plhysicinn.
In urging the POOKET BOOK upon the
public, he eems it only necessary to state. th-it
(not as heretofore.) the work will be free from
Mysterious Technicalities--and, that all the
light within the reach or compreh- nsion of the
writer, has been plainly set forth. Diseuse
with the various treatments. preparations for.
and application to, are rendered so easv no one
who reads can fail to comuprehenmd. This ceonrsei
has been pursned in all the divisins of the
work, particularly in Aeentony which is/cont
densed from volumes of seven and eight hmii:,
dred pages, down to a compass of, perhaps, bee
tween thirty and fifty pages-embrmcmng the
major. aind most important fsnc;ions. interal
and external, of the human lranme. It will be
ionnd to answer the purpoase fin whicl; it is
designed. and its ada ptation to all classes. ages
and sexes-and will prove to h.- a comopanim:
to all who may consult its pages either tme o.
retical or practical.
The following is the order in which the sev
ctral parts of the work wiill appear. naed the
diflierent subjects:hnt will he ther ein containerl:
1. Preface, History and Theory of the Bo
2. Prtice of Me'dicinme.
3. Botanical Mate'rin Medltca.
4. Comnpendioms Antomy.
5 Obstet ries. aberdged.
7. Poptular amid valuaible Recipes, betweeni
1(10 andt 200.
8. Surgery, abridged.
9. Comprehteensee GIeosnrv.
10. idez. itrranged fmi --ach part eeparnateih.
Thte first ferm oef the work will he issnie
about the first of May. Thosr wh~o wieh t4.
amvail themselves ofthme work will otrwva.-d t heir
euibsrptiomns, through their resper ive p.msm
otffices-Postmiastersanre amnthmorizedl tee forwvardm
le'tte'rs cotntaining money for ai ptibiici o
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Tihe work, when conmpletedl. enn be hotitmd
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Terms -For a sindea ceopy. $2 50. Five
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newspnpers. Each nurnber wilt be* care-f'ully
folded in an envelope. anmd forwarded to each
Address, free of postagea,
SF. S. BIIONSON, LnGrange. Ga.
Those editors who receive this prospecteas
will confer a favor by publishinig it ini their co
lotns for a few weeks. The ntimhers omf thme
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Mkarch 27 tf 9
T H E Subscriberse resipectftilly info'rm thei,
ctustomers and the ptbibcgene'rally, that
they have just received a inow anid well selecteed
Spring~ & Summer Goodsj,
comprisinig an extensive .ussoertmecnt orf nrtticles
for Genmtlemen's Clothtma, itt the latest andI
most fashionable style, whicht they arc prepacr
e-d to mtake tup, in a faashionaible amnd woretkmmanm
ltke manner. From Gentlen,aen wating anty
description of Clothing they solicit a call, as
thtey feel coenfidlent ini their ability to suit the
nmost fastidiones botht in the qnmhity and lprices
of their Goods.
MEIGS & COLGAN.
Mlarch 4, 144tf 6
- - Notice. -
The Subscriber woumld talte: tnrtipportutmt
to returm his thanks to his cti .id the cecm
muniity in general. foft Ij al paitronage
they have coenferredlp hint rit the last tenm
years He inrteds enrryin n the
Buisine,. in all its br-anchtes. at the old stand.
antd hopes by strict attenttion to hnisiness, to
tnerit i ctontinnancce of thtosei favors whmich htave
been mao liberally bestowed ont heim.
Dec. 1-2 t f 46
SADDLEL HAWRNES~S MA.KER.
H AVING jusat returnued frotm Charlet-n.
w'ithm a varityj:l of materials for all kittda
of winek in hsis line'ice prepared to.fiil all or
d-rs whtich may he ..cmt hmim.
Ho hmas tin haind LAD)IE8 SADDLES, of
every 'atriety ad price,,. Alan. Bridles. Mar
tingales. &rc All of which will be disposed of
at prices tom suit time times.
All orders will be thankfully received, and
promptly attended to.
Mat-cb 6 , 6 t(
DR. CH AMPLON' -
Vegetable Ague Medicine,"
A Safe arud certain cure fortthe Chills ar
Fever ir'all its complicated forms,also a..
effectual'reinedv for fevers ofevery descriptior
This Medicineshas been, used by the propr .
etor A number of years in. .xtens e prect
during which time, he bus treated some ihoi:
sands of cases or fevers and fron the succei
of this mode' of practice. he is coanfident it mug
and will be the. prevailing practice in fever:
It never fails to perform a cure of Chills &nm
Fever the FIRST DAt.
Bilions, Typhus, Nereous, Congestiec lWinil
and Yellow '..ver, all yield to the use of thi
Medicine. e- 4 are cured by this system o:
practice in a, . ster time and witir much mort
certainty than by any other system of practic
that has ever been recominended,
St-EFiVrL, Fayette Co. Alit. Jan. 10, 1842
Dr. '..'ampion y-Denr sir, 1 have been a
grent favorite of Dr. Sappington's Pills. and
ntil last fill hal not heard of your pins. Yoni
agent has left some in this country, and I have
in+e0d them in my practice to a consid,-rahle ex
tent, and I enn with plensure say, hlat as far as
my keouwledge extenls, they are much supe
rior to any medicine I have used in eases of
eyers. I atm s forcibly and from net-soniol
ignotledge convinced of' the salutary and all
iiaportant effects of your pills. that I am ex
tremiely anzians to have yon make an agent in
this vicinity. There can he a large amount
sold here for cash. Yonrs truly.
H. Pa LEONARD, M, D.
DAi.r.As Co., Ala., April 4. 1843.
Dr. Champion:-Dear ar,-Of the pills
which I received! front you. I have iend msle
for a considerable- qnantity. I think that it
will be sickly here in consegneece of the wet
spring Your pills give such general satidfae
tion here, that I am persuaded by my neimh
bors to write to you for a large smpply ref both
kinds. It is now known that 1 keep tteig,
ndu people will eonm: 30 or 40 milas for thetm.
Pih-eae send item soon,.as I expect to sell all
that I have written for by the time your agent
is around in July.
Yours with much respect.
Each box contains 24 pills, 12 of which are
slificient to cure any ordinary case of Chijlls
and F,:ver. Price: $1 25. and
DR. CIRIA PION'S
VE.GE I AOLE, ANT-Bit-ieiUs. ANTI DYQPEP
TiC PURtFYING AND CATHARTIC PiLa.
Possessing four important properties, for the
cure of diseases, carefully and correctly combined.
one article to assist the efect of another, for the
benefit of the health of mankind. -
This medicine is recommended to the atten
Lion of those afflicted with Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, Dropsy. lillions habits, Costive
ness, Cholera morhus. Rheumatism, Scrofula,
Soul Stomach, depraved appetite, Worms. Con
elialgen. [which is known by a sinking senma
tion at the pit ofthestonmach.]Jaundice, Fiead
che and sick stomach, palpitation of the heart,
Diarlea. Dysentery, or flux, Nervous afec
tion Heart burn. White swelling, and all
those diseases arising from impure blood.
Price 25 cis. per hnx, and for sale by
FRAZIER & ADDISI)N,
Edgefteld C. H., S. C.
RISLEY & CO. Hamburg, S. L.
HAVILAND, RISLEY. & CO.
Also, in nearly all of the towns and villages.
nial by mnmeron country agents in all the
Western and Southern States.
June 2' 6m 22
State or South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEiS.
Curry & Cuver, ) Declaration
VA in Foreign attach
B. S. hibiler, ment.
Wilh:-mn Curry, Declaration
vs. in Foreign Atach.
!Ienry Carter. S sent.
Jared E. Groce, Drelaration
vs. .in Foreign Autach
Tha: Samie. mecnt.
Cmniry & Caver, Declarat ion
vs in F'oreign Attach
fihe Same. ment.
W'illiami Curry., Dradaration
vs. 'in lForeign Attack
i'ho ; amne. 1 ment.
.hereda E. Groce, vs. ) Dhelaration
iheac .mie. macd in. Foreign :luach
Bejammin S. Miller. m nent.
Curry & C'aver, -Declaration
Vs. in ForeiL'n Attach.
.fehaa W. Carter. mae't.
II. W.. Gruce, Declaration
5s. in Foa~retgn Attaek.
Thea Same. ment.
W. Cmary, Dedlaration
vs. in Foreign .-uach.
Thme S-me. mecnt
.J. A. H-ibler. Declaration
vs. ).in Foreign Attach
If iraum N. Wilson. Agent. ment.
Israel Bond, for the ese Declaration
of the samete Vs, in Foreign Attack
Thme Same. ) mcnt.
Vi H E Plainitifi's in time -hove eases. having
.Bthisday filed their dcharatioensin miy of
tice mind the' defendants having mim wife or at
torney.known to he within this State. otn whom
a caopy ofrsaid declaration, wihm a rnle to plead
can be served: It is ordered. that thme said defen
dant do plead to the saimd declaration. within a
year atnd ni day from the puiblicatiomn or this or
der, or final and absolute judgment will be
awarded against thmem.
GEO. POPE, c. c. v.
Clerk's Offce, Nov.f6.1843. __ly 4*2
Oliver Simpson, Declaration
1. G. Lckles. in oreig2n Altachment.
T IlE Plaiimfi hatvinmg thtis day filed his de.
claratiomn in my office, and the defendamit
hiavinig nec wife or attorney. known to be within
the Statae, 'on whom a copy of the same.. with a
rule to plend, came be served: It is or dered, that
the defemndame plenid to thme said declaraion.
withmim a year and a uday. or fimmal andm absolmute
jmudgemuent will ke given agaminst hitn.
G(E). POP E, c. c. p.
Cleik's Office. 1(ith Mardi, 1844
March 20 hy 8
State Of' Soulth Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Jamnes TGrahy' ) oreigii Ataekchmet.
Ann Milledge. 4ssumnpsit.
I H E Plainetili in -the above case. havimng
thiq day filed his d,.clarationi imn my ot
fice, amnd time Dekenda-ot htaving no attraey
knmownm to be in this State, oni wvhom a rmule to
pleadl can be we ved ; on motion. Ordered, tht
mthe said defemidant do plead within a year ami
a dav Irom the pubhlmcationm of this rule oi finiim
anrd absolute judgmenmt will be awvarded ag"ainist
ORASMUS D. ALLEN. c. c. r.
Clerk's Offce. 5th June. 1843:
memon 14 hy 201
SCOTC H. Germtan, anid Amnericani Plaia
Just received-anid for stale by
JOHN 0. B. FORD.
H amburg. Feb. 20 tf 4
CERT.AI and fectial curefor Ague
A and Fier ; also',tidee snccessfully in the
treatineit . of BlilionFoever, Nausea; General.
Debility, and .Nervous Weakness: --
The uiostflattering recoinaiendations of this
Medicine have been feceived from inauy emi
nent Physicians and othtere. ho have used if,
And it is pretmired that nio medicine has ever
been nsed whoe: action has been. riore benefi
cial, pleasant and inavigor'aiinwrand calledforth
from afflicted saffe'erir 'such eapressionhof.
heartfelt gratitu'de and 'hankfulness" Persons
taking the Pil'&snon find ihemselves relieved
-Chill. roken! Fevergone I! Stomachlind
head free and' healthfil !!! Strength and ap'
petite increasing and improving, and all net
voius weakness fled. t d "
When taken according to the directionif a'
companying them, they never fail to cute the
Chill and Fever the first day,.and never sickewr
the stomach or operate upon the:boiweil. -
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 pnrely and solely Vdgefabfe'r.
and the happy comnahition of the ingredients
and their proportions are such as to pioduce a
medicine which never fails to relieve when
relief is at all attainable.
Each box contains 20 doses of Pills-Prices
One Dollar. For sale by
IIAVILAND, RISLEY & CQ..
Agents, Augusta, Georgia.
Edgefield .Court House..
Dr. W. W. GEIGER 4
Ang.11 ni .29
A PUBLIC BLESSING. -
I 'HESE PILLS have lnng heen;kno a.
and appre'-iat.'d. for their extaordinaryr
and immediate powers of restoring perfet
health to persons suffering under neatly every
kiud of disease.to which the human fame is
liable. They ate particularly reco mended to
all those persons who are afflicted with any kinds
of a chronw or lingering codipfaint, ius there is.
no medicine before the public which has so
natural and happy effect upon the system its
correcting the stomach and liver, and to the.
foimattion of healthy chyle and thereby purify
in. the blood.
They are acknowledged by the hundreds and
thousands whlt are using them. to..be'not'only
the most mild and pleasant in their operation.
but the most perfectly innocent, safe and'effi
cient medicine ever .offerrfto the pnblic.
Those who once make a trial ofthese Pills,
never afterwards feel willing to' be without
them, and gall again and again for more, which
is suflfici.nt pioof of their good qualities.
HEAD ACHE-SICK.. OR NERVOUS.
Those who have suffered and are weary of
suflering with this distressing coinpliiit, will
fimt Spencer's Vegetable Pills a remedy at ;once
certain and immediate in its effects. .One sin
gle dlose of the. P411a, taken soon as Tlie head
ache is felt coning on, will cure it in-one-half
hour entirely. . . -
As a remedy in summer and bowel complants,
they display their wonderful powers to admi.
ration, and are far superior io any thing is use
for these complaints.
In Dyspep.sui and Liver Complaint,they stand
unrvalied. - Many have been cured-in a-few
weeks, after having suffered under the dread
tii complaint fot years '
In Habitual Costiveness they are decidedly
superior to any Vevetable Pill ever brought be
fore the public ; and one 25 cent boix will es
tablish1 their surprisinig virtues. and place them
beyond the reacn of doubt in the estimation of
They are mvavluable in nervous and hypo
chamariacal taffections, loss of appetite,.and all
comnpiats to which females alone are subject.
They arte mild in their action, and convey
almost immediate coniviction of their ultility
froma the first dose. They may be taken by
personis at any age ; and the feeble, the iinfirm,
the. nervous anid delicate are strengthened by
their operationi. because they clear the system
of hadl tanmors. quici nervous irritability, and
ivariably produce sontrid health. * -
!.Ilpwards of three Aund'red and'seventithou
sand bozes of these inestimnable Pilh have been
sitll wvithint the last twelve months in thtee
.States alone. andil more than three times the
sum,' quantity in. other States..
As an anti biius mnedicine, no family should
be withiout them;- A single trialof them is
mour, sausfatctory-thtan a thousand certificates. -
Tauadega Sprigs.Tauladega Co. Ala.
Auagust 17. 1tt42.
This is to certify, thamt I have beeri afflicted
with Sick Hieaidarise; Dvspepsia and Liver
Comiplaint. and Costiveness for the last eight
or uinecyeaurs.dniring wvhich, time Iliad taken,
as well as l recllect.abut sixty boxes of Beck
with's Pills, twelve boxes of P'eter's Pills, and
a number of haxes of Champion's 'and Bran
drethi's Pills, all of wvhicht afforded mne.butiittle,
or no relief. A t last I was recommiiesided to try
Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills, and welL I-did;
tur I never had hut onie uttack of .tiie Sick
Hle..-: he after I commenced .taking the Bills;
(now about six months,) and I candidly cdon
fess, that I have derived more real benefit (rem
the tise of Spencer's Pills, thant from all the
oilier Medicines and Pills. that1. ayo evier
taken, and I would earnestly reconmnd them
to aill as being in my opinion, the best miedi
cinie in use for all lingeiing complaints,. The
Pills have done pte so mitch good, that I
wvotld not feel willing to be without them for
five dollars a box: atid I canulot but feel very
grateftul to Dr Spencer for having prepared
such a valuable medicinie, and the distribution
of it is conferring a very, great favor on the
polii'c. as it is a thing of the tatmostimportance.
thtat every famtily shonld have a supply of Dr.
Spencer's truly valuable Pills constantly on
hiat,d. ISA AC M1. THOMAS.
Price, 25 cents per box, with full directions.
For sat, by RSE
Edgefield Court Honse.
Dr. WV. W. GEIGER,
Aug 16 6mn 29
State ofSouth arohina.
TN TH E COMMON PLEAS.
vs. - >. Foreign Attachument.
.. H Plaintilff'hnvingjbjs'day fied his
declaration in this case, in-my offc and
In he wvithin this State, on whoii i Id'
:leclaration, with a rutle to ple f v d
It ist rdered,rhat the:said~eremierita4lead
to the said declatration,Ywdithi a year and
.:tny from the pnhliict1Qtthe-order. or find,
and l tsolgtejudgnePillbeawardedagainSt:
- *GEO. POPE, c.,c:re
Clerk's Ofe; Edgefield C.' H. A pril 30O1843.
Apnr 12 0. Is