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) New Spuin :c iniel:
:they hay e jstrecojd'i1
splendid stock ofn
- hifrisiiaddition to their formertffik, nil
_eiiablethein to show a iatitij assortihent of
Goods;ieldcted with care it .thn seasou,
Tb rstdek cotisistinar t, pa nfollows
A good assortment of FANCY PRINTS, (ev
ery variety) -.
Giniawljs, an4 Mourning ditto.
< Musln melams, (nesv style,)
- j.u]( nest(new and handsome styles.)
ane Shawls &adies Cravats.
A general assortment of
flosiery, Gloves -& itts.
Dimity and tich worked Muslin Cellars,
Cardinal Capes, andlargo Neti Shawls,
N ewv style Bonnets at Ribbons.
FOR o R:CTE~aMs's, w"AR,
- erinobassamneres;Cotianades, Naikccns,&c.
g'A'good assertment of
,e.Fino.white antid black HATS,
Pali Leaf and.Leihorn for men and boys.
BM 'and: bleached- lhirtings and. Sneetings,
Joy oqsand'Childr's 'SHOES,
tLilies it, Slippers, a good assoitment.
flardwgre & Cutlery,
CROCKER, SCHOOL BOOK$, S
With miny'Gooddstoo tediousJo enumerata.
which'vill be offer i. iThvorable terms, to
pod 'c'ntonierl aii, resonable allowance
made for Cash.
PRESLEY & DRYAN
Marbia 13 5t 7
HE subscriberbega leave to inform his
frienIs and the comrniitiy in goneral,
lhat he is at this time receiving and openingan
STOCK OF GOODS,
eonsisting in p:rtrf DOM ESTIC & FANCY
DRY GOODS. flats Shoes, Bonneis, Iiard
waro, Crockery Ware, Saddles,lrieles,Whips.
Grceries,&c. All of whicharticles he % ill
offeroa the very Lest terus his circuaW nices
and the times will admit.
S. F. GOODE.
March 13 Z1 7
Bland & Butler,,
ARE now receiving and opening their usual
? .supply of
Spring & Summer Goods,
which. with their former riock, reunders their
assortment complete, and to which they res
pectfully invite the attention of'their customers,
und the publick generally.
We will .not pretend to enumerate ariicles;
-_ - Cal and we- will hiow them to yon; ii you do
not buyrit shall not he our fault.
.Wewouldavail ourselves of this opportunity
to tender our sincere thanks to those wihot have
10 liberally patronized us, and invite by a strict
our. bnsiness, and their intercat, a
h"-i27 tf 0
' Chea Cash Store,
= WPOSI'E GOUDMAN'S HOTEL.]
omethitng '-to Your .Adraniage ! !
5TILE Subscribrs having receivedl their sup
. ply.of SPRING GOODS, beg leave to
iomthe public that they will self cheaper by
twenA five'ercent than e:er.
.Ther Stock consists in part of
Calicoesitt8, 10, 12} cents, super do at 16,
Superflne English & French do at 20a25,
Hos'ate2A; fine4b pair fot $1,
in kien at.. 25 per prece,
' Panfalooniltu1Ts at-12&, 16 and 20 cents,
j1ae iafiii ooins44. super 62&,
lip 'd il;,I5 cents per yard,
6-4BioainSheeting 1 ets pr yard
Sups fns; ees, 9ery chea p,
Supei rilisLihien, 50 to 75 ceints,
S t~ifcotoh-Ginghams, 31A,
'Eet e.~ulins, yard wide, 25,
- , do 4-4 wide 40) centis,
esN it'enuialf Hose, .2& ets pr pair,.
- s CLOTHING.
*--'Coton Pantaloons 75 cents an@1,
Linen Dralo.150; sup. Gambroona '225
- Vests 62 Mrsilles-1 .25, slip Silk 2 25.
Cents 1 5- fine Ginghnins 2 50. Parltas,
A spleiglidi~asorttmant a'fSHOES, at all
Aii Spedl.Qotton, a superior article, of
'200ydslat5i6j pe dozon,
Sqa s' uoperior rticle, 25 cents por oz
. paftisle of HIATS itt S2, White doS3.
t~~lei-Cofes aalUsngar at 101 l.bs for $1"
Afd i.C ?6c ,(rocerie., ulery.
a~~zere, Tiniway, .addles anul
- 3Bridlise8i,'c. 8,re.
.hold still to thlaf Mott. that "a nimbe
'better than a ilow shilling." we as.
- tiat wil)ap r us w'ith a cull, that
Jbs satisfied-Math ou:r prices.
S- J. COlIN &:Co.
- C.eHo pril 17 St 12.
-' a~R~HAS~ H iMBURG, S. C..
~ Giens iaomiitfaienads, ankthe
-, -,. ~ .~). WARi i vi th large coave
- 3* ~ Storesattachjind, -is tiow completed
-e daudise, &w..
-d -n -fpincipalstreet lendin
- a e permanently located in .tbis
?edged not to speculato- nr Cotton
* *.--~ -.- nt e nt, but to give. their-undivia
-dei attenti io nterest of their cuomers,
an d are fnl a>*Eed to attend tolhe' Sale,
- t 8h n, oft
& MFnar~ r AE RCI A NDISE.
'iibe a's':follows:-Fnr sel
Jtper ale;-Shippin'g do,
60 Cmmssion for buying or
-~ ~ i~t e 'udI'rodtico per cent.
recewsed-4 th e-riverfree fromwifufa ja
~ b~ra1~dveanees-wil-libe made bwi'en~eu~
*consaignments made to thni..-'
gSeptr ~ t
'- freh unslacked ROCK LIM E,
eat aid for sale by
Homba BLEY"& C.RAPON..
59' Cf4) - NR ICA ,fo
jambur, Mrch l " ~ R U
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March 27 tf 9
TIE FIFTH VOLUME
- Hamburg Journal.
OUR years have nearly elapsed sit.ei the
Journal first made ns appearance before a
enerots public ; and although having met
with a due portion ofsupport, the Editor would
at this tin.-, invite the attention of his old
friends, and those who may feel a desire of ens.
tmining his efforts, and extend additional en
couragement, to lend a helping hand towards
the commencement of a new volume.
We make nn earnest appeal to our friends
in South Carolina, as well nt, those in other
,tates, to assist us in the circulation of the
Journal, and clear away those weeds that have
grown around the Old Palmetto Tree. Now
that we have preferred Henry Clay to Martin
Vani Bnren,' we can only expect a desperate
effort to be made to erush us, and consign thme
HIAMBURG JoURNAL, to oblivion. Thnama we
fear not those wvho would injure our inferest,
because the more we are traumpled on. thme bet.
ter we will thrive ; still. we wish to have the
consolation of knowving thiat onr course meets
with respotnse froum thme hearts of fi-eemen. To
condtuct a Press in South Carolina in op position
to the estabilishied mandates of those who dic
tate, is like treading on die liiibidfden ground
ofsomueeastern mosque-ino christian dare pass
it, unless barefoot. Yeit we have dared to make
a venture on this land, andl ferret out that
wvhich should be removed.
Aiid now we leave onr cause in the hands of
our-friends, anmd present our effors to their cou
siderationu, to say, wvhether wve must bet disap
poiited or be supprted with liberality anmd
The Journat is publishedl once a wveek. at
the very Irpw prie~e of T wo DOLLfA Rs per annum,
in adyaaiieand contains at least twelve colnumns
oef vending miatter.
Will our brother editors, of either party. ex
tend aflriendlly act. by giving the above a few
insartions? J. W. YA RBOROUGH.
Hamburg, S. C., March, 1d44.
Match 2'l tf 9
State of' South Carolinla.
Julho A. Houston, Trustee,)'
Daniel McKie.& al.
- ' . es) Bill for Accounit.
George A. McKie,
Thoma McKie, et al. J
IT appearing to the satisfation of the Coin.
mnssioner, that William Durham, and a
suipposed son of Michael McKie, dec'd., whose
inme is unknown, defendants in this suit, re
aide without ihe limitsofthis Statec: On motion,
by Mr. Wardlawv, Conmplainants' Solicitor. or
lered,that the above namned defendants,do plead,
answer. or demur, to the complainants sd bril,
within three toontha from the publication hereof,
or thg said bill will be taken pro confesso against
S. S. TOM PKINS, C.LEE.D
Commissioner's Offce. Feb. 28, 1844.
Feb.28 3m 5
State of'South Carolina.
Anm Bates anid Thos. S.)
Bates. Ad'inrs. ss. Bill for. Account,
Geo. Mf. Bates, et al. 3.Partition, 3rc
IT appearing to ther satisfaction of' the
- Commissioner. , thaGeorge M.~ Bates
Joel-Hamniter and Eliiabeth his wife, Wilson
M, Bates and Nadcy Ann his wifeAndrew .J.
Wilson and Hepsebah his wife, and David An
adw Bates, defendattin this suit, reside with
ouitthefimiits of thuis State: On motion, by Mr.
Wardhxw, Comphainanis' Solicitor, ordered,
ttijth tioi6e' named defendants do plead, an
swer,oir delaizr,Aa the comainimants' bill,with
n threedntnhsfromn the publication hereof, or
the said 'billwill'be taken pro cionfessoagainst
them. am -
SS. TOMPRINS, c. U..D
* mmom s nor's Office 19814
inBEabsErtber'.respeetf ,y= ofoii ~lii" s
o c en
fie -$#IV cri:rrearly op.
ossir. imes InbI d's; *6te1, a.largq
and goneraliiimeatf GROCERIES, par
ticularlg adapted to the wants of families, con
sistiagmn part of -
New Orlens, Porto Rico, and St. Croix
Lump, lont. crushed & powdered Sugars,
Cluba, Rio and Java COFFEE,
-Back, Hyson, Gunpowder and Imperial
West India and New Orleans Molasses,
Hall's Patent Candles, 4s,5s,,& 6s.
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 saska Liverpool Salt, (bleached sacks,)
50 boxes Table do. (a fine article,)
25 brls. Irish Potatoes, (Roan)
2 tierces Onions, (red and silverakin,)
Bar soap, shaving soap, cotton cards. wool
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, pie mc crackers, wa
ter crackers, butter crackers, pilot bread, al
monds, currants, citron, cloves, nutmega, mace.
cinnamon, pepper, spice, ginger, sago, pearl
Barley, maccaroni, vemicilli, capens, mustard,
starch, Vest India and American preserves.
Pesons visiting Hamburg. are respectfully
requested to call and examine for themselves.
H. A. KE:NRICK.
[lauburg. Novr. 25 tf 44
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 Ne~w York, Bos
ton, Plilat4 bia, Baltimore and Charleston,
which in addltion to their former stock. com
prises the largest and bestassnrtmentof Goods
ever offered in this market, consisting in part
40 hhds. Porto Rico. New Orleans am
St Croix Sugars,
350 hngs Rio, Cuba, Porto Rico, St. Do
mtingo, Java, and Mocha Coffee,
70 hads. West India Molusses,
10 tierces Cuba do.
35 bbls. New Orleans do.
70,000 lbs. Bacon, Hans,Sides& Shoulders,
80,000" Swede kIon, assorted sizes,
5,000 " Englsh do.
3.000" Band and Hoop Iron
3.000 " Nail Rods & Horse Shoeshmnpes,
2.000 ' Cast, German, -& Blistered Steel,
2410 setts Wagon Boxes,
1.700 sacks Salt, (bleached sacks,)
2,0110 bushels Salt, in bulk,
250 pieces Gunny Bagging.
1,000 lbs. Bagging Twine, (Weaver's,)
150 coils Manilla Bale Rope,
100 do Hemp do do
1,500 yards Osnuburge,
5,000 lbs. double refined Loaf Sga-,
3,1100 " " " crushed do..
3,000 " powdered do.
1,0011'" single refined l'oaf do.
20 boxes Turpentine Soap,
10 " Sperm Candles.
20 " Hull's patent Candles,
5 tierces fresh ground Rice.
2,000 lbs. White Lead No. 1 -Uiion Mills,
25 bbl. Canal Flour, (choice brand,)
40 doz. dining, parlor, rocking and
7cases Hats and Caps,
150 casks Stone Lime. (in fine order,)
20 kegs Dupont's FFFg Powder,
1,000 lbs. Bar Lead..
40 boxes Window Glaksx10 & 10x12,
130 bags Shot, assorted sizes,
2,500 pain Shoes,
Tea, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Chocolate. Cm.
namon, Almonds. Starch, NRutmegsfine chew
inig Tobacco, Negro Cloths, Blankets, Shoe
Thread, Cotton Yarn. Cotton Cards, Wool
Cards, Tacks; Sieves, Plough Lines, Indigo,
M1adder, Blue Stone, Copperas, Epsom Salts,
Linseedl Oil, Lamp Oil, a (superior article,)
Trace Chains, Fit th Chains, Smoothing Irons,
brass bound cedar Buckets, horse Buckets,
Pails, Tubs. Keelers, Willowv Wagons, nests
Measures, Feathers, &c. &c. &c.
Hambuirg July, 1, 1843. tf 23
State of South Carolina.
John Rochell, Bll for Parti
-vs Ition. Account,
James Tomkins, Ex'tr. and (and Seule
others. . sent.
IT apeniring to the satisfaction. of the Com-.
missioner, that Ileiiry M Tomnkins, Fran
cis Tomnkin~s and Sarnhi his wife, Pocahontas
Toimkins.P'owhattan Tomnkins, Elizabeth Torn
kinms, dausghiter of Fraiicis Tomnkin*, deceased;i
John Tomkinms, of Teniiessee, and Susan his
wife, R. M. McGnfirey, and Charisey his wife,
S. 11. Saunders aiid Eliza his wife. Patsey .
Squires, Israel Morris, and Anna, late Anna
Squires, his wife, Ezra Squires. Ira Squires,
Anraminter Squires, the three last named
be'ing children of said Anna Morris, Bar
iholowr.ew S. Adams, Ophielia Barker, Wil '
liam Adams, James Adams, Thomas Adams
James Atchison, and Sarah his wife; John Gib
son, Jnies Stallsworth, Calloway!Sallswothl,
Park Stallsworth, Jackson Stallsworth, Nicho
Ins Stallsworth, and Nancy Stallsworthi, de
fenidants in this suit, ride without the limits
of ihis State;t On motion, by Mr. Banskett
Comnplainnnt's Solicitor, ordered, that the above
named Defendhants do plead, answer, or de
mur, to the Complainant's said bill, within
'threei months fronm - the publication hereof, or
m he said bill will be taken pro confesso against
8. S. TOMPKINS, c. a a.
Commissioner's Offc, Feb. 9. 1843.
Feb.14 -..3m 3.
State'of South Carolina.
IN TH E COURT OF ORDINARY.
James M. Sullivan & wifi, )
Joseph M. Terry. Ebenezer IPart ition for
Chamberlain & wife. Su- account and set
san. Martin N, Mimns, S. illiement of the es
.S. Mi, Willikam C. Ro-f te of . Mims,
bertson, Daniel Bird, the* sear. dec'd,
legal representatives oh
Win. Thurmond, dec'd.,
& John Trerry, sr. dec'd.J
ON hearing the petitioii in this case, and it
uVppearng to miy'satisfaction, that Jos. M. 1I
Terry. D'l. Bir d~and'the lega[epresentatives j
of William Thurmond, dec'd ,;and the legil re-t
presentatives of John Terryiuen'r., dec'd., live s
beyond thme limits of this.State;~it is therefore a
ordered that the said defendants do appear in 11
my office on -Manday the 22d -of July next,
to-render an account.of thesadmwistration of
Da-vid S. Mims, and Joseph M Terry, admin
istrators upon the estateot David Mirns. senr.,
Given under'my hand andeal ofoffice, this
20thzday of April. A. D. 1844.
JOHNe HILL, o.: n.[(L. 5.'1
State of South .Carglilna..
EDGEF D 1STEICT.,'
r IN THlE Clhf bN1AS .
Josiah J ..Rvani
1 eign .1tachment.
.Josiah-J. Ryan, Declaration in
vs. F..boretgn Attach
Fitztoy & Mclnnis. meat.
T HE' Plaintiffs having this day filed
their declarations in the above stated
ases in my' office, and the defendants
having no wife or attorneys known to be
within the limits of this State, on whom a
opy ofrsaid declarations with a rule to
plead can be served: It is.ordered, that
he said -defendants do plead to the said
:eclarations, within a year and a day
rrom the publication of this order, or final
and absolue judgment will be awarded
GEO. POPE, c. c. F.
Clerk's Office, May 6, 1844.
May8, 15 1v
State of South Carolina.
tN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Whitfield Brooks, Applicant,
Glidleon Youngblood, & others, Defen'ts.
Tappennngto my satisfaction. that Gideon'
I oungblood. Geo. Yonngblood,' and Nar
,ha Youngblood, resides withont the limits of
his State: It is ordered, that they do appear
tad object t<, the division and sale of the real
state of Lewis Youngblood, dec'd., on or be
"ore the first Monday in July next, or their con
sent to the same will be entered of record.
J. HILL, o. r. n.
March 26th. 1844. 12t 9
State of South Carolina,
uertrnde Riley, & Sophia
Al. Sawyer, vs.
George V. Sawyer, Wil. Billfor Partition
ham Padget, et al.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the
Commissioner. that John H. Allen and Joi
:y his wife, defendants in thissnit, reside with
)ut this State. On motion, by Mr. Wardltw,
Complainants' Solicitor, ordered,thattheahove
gamed Defendants; do plead, answer or demur,
:o the .Complainants' said bill, within three
nonths from the publication hereof, or the said
till will be taken po confesso against them.
S, S. ''OM PK IN, c. E. E. D.
Commissioner's Office, Feb. 28, 1844.
Feb.28 3m yo
State of South Carolina.
W. E. Jackson & Co., Declaration in For
,s. imo~. I eign Attachment.
HE Plaintif having this day filed his
declaration in m.y office, and the De
rendant having no wife or Attorney known
:o be within the State.on whom a copy
jf theusame, ivith a rule to plead. can be
served: It is ordered. that the Defendant
plead to thesaid declaration. within a year
and a day, or final and absolute judgemen
will be gives against him.
GlEO.-PO'E. c. c. r.
Clerk's Gflice, April 30, 1841.
May 1, y & n. 14 ly.
State of South Carolina.
.IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Cuiiry & Cavet, Declaration
vs. in Foreign Attach
B. S. Miller, meat.
Willham Curry, Declaration
vs. Sin Foreign Attach.
lenry Carter.' went.
fared E. Groce, Declaration
vs. in Foreign Attad
The Same. ment.
~urry & Caver, Dedlaration
us- in Foreign Attach
['he Same. ment.
W illiam Curry, Declaration
is. in Foreign Attach.
['he Same. - ment.
rared E. Grace, vs. Dedlaration
r'he same.'and in Foreign Attach
3enjamin- S. ?hiller. ment.
urry & Caver, Dedlaration
is. in Foreign Attach
ohn WV. Carter. menit.
3. IV. Grace, 'Dedlaration
is. in Foreign Attach
['he Same. went.
WV. Curry, ) Declaration
is. >in Foreign Attach
['he Same. ) ent.
.A. Hibler, Declaration
'5.s in Foreign Attack.
liram N. Wilson, Agent.) ment.
srael Bond, for the use )Declaration
of thegpamoe vs. in Foreign Autach
['he Same. '.n h ment.
H E Plaintifin thebove cases, havinw
3.tis day filed their declarations in my of.
co,. and the defendants having no wife or at
siney.known tobe wilthin this State. otn whom
copy ofmaid'declaratton, with a rule to plead
an be served t is ordered, that the said defen
ant do pleadito the-said declaration, within a
ear and a day from the publication of this or
ler, or.Bnal nd. absolute judgment will be
'-~N~i.c.GEO. POPE, c. C. P.
lerk''Ofc,'?ov. 6,1843. ly 42
State of South Carolina.
.G. Eekiles. In Foreign Atachment.
H llitf hauing this day filed his de
cla iinm ofic, and the defendant
aving nod*ife or attorney, known to be within
he State, om~ot a copy of thme same, with a
ueto le n beserved: It is ordered, that
be deendan plad toithe said declaration,
vithin a yearrsnd ala, or final and absolute
tdgement will lie given against him.
Clek GE. POPE, c.C. P.
March 20 -' .' Jy 8
State of South Carolina.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
am s . ray Foreign Attachment.
ann Milledge . .Assusmpsis.
HIPj~intiffim the above case, having
.this day fled his declaration in my of
ce, and thme Defendant having no attorney,
nowvn to be in this State, on whmom a rule to
lead can be serived;'onrmotion, Ordered, that
s said defendant do plead within a year and
day from the pdblication of this rule or final
nd absolute judgnment will be awarded against
r.ORASM'4S D. A LLEN, c. c. ..
Clerk's O0.ice, 5t1 June, 1843.
June 14 :y 20
ILK,Ginghamu ati Cambric Umbrellas,
~Just reeiva good assortment, by
,OllN O. B. F'ORD.
- amh-r- Febh. 20E ",r 4
'FoT. 11teL'Cure of
the highly colli neoeral. in
Rock bridge-county 1rginier ca1lt isil e
Those Pills, like the water from *hieh
they are prepared, are aidiuretic, pronior
iug the secretioiotf.urine and. i alterative,.
increaaiug the seei-etions ofib eglandudre
system generallyaiind particularly 6f tle
liver. They: act gently, but= el'eciisl
upon the bowels, ater two or 'three days'.
use of them; producing copious dark, bil
They alsd effect a determinatiol to the
surface, increasing the persp,iratio hore
foio, they'are iilgreat-purifier of tie -lood,
and equaliser of the circulation. Each
pill is equal to a, cor tuy"ass of the wa
ter. They should be bibrecach
meal, and from six:to tu elv.e should
be taken in the course of ach day, for a
fortnight, and then omitihein forthe same
period. For the cure of th above diseas
es,.perseverance in'the -use of these Pills,
is-all important; and if they are persever
ingly used, every alternate fortnight, a cure
may more certainly be expected, thafun
der any other treatment heretofore discot
vered, except from the use of the vater4
from which they are prepared, eithei- hymn
attendance at the Springs or. otherwise.
They very speedily cure diarrboeas.. at
tended with acidity of tbe-stotnach, and
are a very useful remedy for the summer
bowel-complaint in children, as also for
expelling worms from children. From one
to four should be given in three equislpor
Lions each day, to a child under six years,
according to age. When given to children,
they should be powdered and mixed with
syrup. - These Pills are easily taken, hav
ing no nauseous taste, are perfectly safe
in all cases, where active fever does not
exist, and do not sicken-persona while using
them. S. R. CAMPBELL.
For sale by J. D. TiaassTs, Edgefield
Court House, South Carolina.
April 17 if 12
0 soothe the sufferings ot humanity, to
T ameliorate the pangs of disease, is the
grand object of medical science. This is effi
ciently demonstrated in the healing virtues of
DR. BENJAMIN BRANDRETI'S PILLS.
The cures effected by this medicine would fill
Views.on Indigestion as a sourceof various
Undefined and irregular Nervous Sensations.
"Ills, small at Srat grow larger from delay,
"And slowly eat their sad and cankering way;
"Thus by successive throes, the frane is torn,
"'Till health and peace of mind alike are gone."
The nerves ofthe hnman body-those neces
sary and mysterious agents which immediately
connect man with external nature-ure singu
larly prone to have their functions disordered
by an oppressed condition of the.stomach ; the
minute termination of that portion of the nerves
expanded upon the organs of digestion convey
in the orbid inp-ession to the Brain. And
alough the Head can, undoubtedly, like other
organs, be the seat of primary disorder, yet, in
the great majority of cases, the uneasy sensa
tions there experienced are symptomatic of
disordered Stomach; and, further, there is abun
dant evidence to prove that erudities: in the
Stomach and Bowels can, in every grade of
human existence give rise to spasmodic action
in every organ of the body; and whether we
survey it in the agonisic form of Tic Dolreanx
-the alarming convulsions of. the Epileptic
seizure-or in that irritable condition of the
nerves of the heart occasioning nervous palpi.
tation-they can all frequently be traced to the
source above mentioned, and be cured by mild
evacunut anl tonic remedies. To relieve -a
state ofso muchausfferig and distress (in which
body and mind also particirate)BRANDRETH
PIL S are confidently recommended; ast by
combining aronmatic tonic and cleansing pro
pierties, they remove all oppressive accumula
tions, strengthen the Stomach, indiace a healthy
appetite, and impart tranquility to the nervous
system and in ihct, by their general purifying
power upon the blood, exert a most beneficial
influence in all cases ofdisease. Read thne foil
BE Nmzt~oo, Vt. Dec. 5th, 1843.
Dear Sir:-I wash you to add may mestimo
ny to the host of others that you have, in favor
of your valnable Pis. Ini the year of 1838; 1
was attacked with that disagreeable complaint,
the Dvsr~rsa. wvhach so affected me that I
could not take the least particle of food, with
out the most unpleasunt arid uncomfortable
sensations in my chest, head and bowels. My
chest was so sure tha t I could not bear the
slightest pressure withont giving me pain. My
heaklh was most miserable;t many physiciaiis
told me they thought I was ini the conasumption,
and that if I did not give up my husiness, and
chiange climate, I could live hut a short time.
1 tried every thing in the shape of medicine,
and consulted the mnost skilful physicianas, but
found nao plermanenlt re-lief. I became discour
aged, gloomy, sad, and sick of life: and, proba
bly ere this. shonld have been in ray grave,
ha I niot fell in with your precious medicine.
A friend of mine. who had been sick of the same
conmplaint, advised me to try y.mur pills; bait,
having tried some other medicines without ob
taininig any relief. had but little faith that your
Pills would be of benefit to nme; but, at his
earnectasolicitations. I procured a box and coma.
menaced taking them.
The first box produacedl little or no effect~and
I began to despond, for fear thait your nmedicine
would prove like others I hate taken; hut amy
friends argued that one was not a fair trial, and
I purchased a second, and beforne I had taken
the whole box I began to experience a change;
the pain itn my chest began no be le painfuil,
anid my food did not distress me as mach as for
mealy. I wvetnt on taking them uantil I had ta
ken six boxes, and my DvSzEPSIa was' outfE,
and my expectation of an early death vanmshed.
and I felt a "new creature." I wasthen, and
am tnow, a healthy timan. I have never since
been troubled with the Dyspeps-ia. I have ad
ministered your Pills to the nmember. of my
family, and to any friends, and in all cases wth
good success. You can pubbsh this if it -willt
be of any use to you. I am, dear Sir, truly
J. I. COOK Publisher of the State Banner.
Principal Office 241 Broadway, N. ' a
fresh supply- just received bythe followiang
agents, Brnan & BoUr.ER,- dgefield C. H.,
J. S. & D. C. Sanyley. Meeting streti .loha
McLaren, Abbeville C. H.I Dl. Mertidjian,
Cokeaburry; Whillock. Sullivan 4 Wali,
Greenwood; Colewan JLipscomb, New Ma~r
ket, and 8. D. Clarke 4t Co., H'atnj,
Price 25 cente per box with filli uire ona.
UjT &e Ae~~erg
Atarchlk7 4 12
China, Crockery, es.
AGENE RA L assortment of CHINA,
isting ofeonamon and fine Teas..Liames, Bowig,
Pitchers, Dishes Ewers. a'nd Basins; granite,.
Lad China Tea settsj Tuanblers, 'Winie Glas.
es, Decanters, Lamnps Salts,'Craiets'&o~.&c.
or sale by H i. A. -KENRICKL
I~at~aburg, Novr. 25 4.
anda'ever , o
:eatsnerriof Bilions, r - -
YThe stlmsf Eateri rec af o"
-Medicinse bs eienry?
Wen Pb}ringl snd otlisis -a
ben u wI U j - -
from fix iie'
heartfelt:gra titg a ~
takin pthe-Pils; -
-dCliil k0 y . on j fi4
heid .re and ltathfui:. -c" n
petite iflcreisi tiiR a4 t;?.iA x~
When taken according tohedi ia ;
com anyithem theyae r fa b4'o -
Chil and.Keverth . .. a2, nd n
;he stomach ofperate tjoe boe y '
Their actiou so~
and pleased with their -ap "a$
restoration to-healtl. , - l -
The Pills asre ifh ble
heilsrnpurely and solely; .vegetable i
and the happy combination e die
and the ns eu
medicine 'wvhichi never fals toluvvhn
relief is at'all atainable.. : . s fi ~
- Each box contains 20 doise' ie
One Dollar. For sale ; O
Ed efieldzsot uHojse"
Dr.,E .W. GEGERi
Aug. 16.;.C e~
HESEPILL Sbfitv'e oiigi
-and appreciatie;ffor their eitrab ady
and immediate powers- of restdrin'_.
head persons suffering under nearly evesy*r=
kind ofdisease to which thesumain frasem
liable. They are particularyrecoinmi to
all those personwhoaresflciedl'ithesn kiit
of a chronic of lingerig cnplaiii as t
nomedicino 'before the public which liaj.S
natural and happy effect upod th" sjtemie
correcting the stomacih and liver and'- tbie -
formation of healthy nhyle indtherebjurif.
ing the blood.; . . .
they are acknowledged by thehnaidre"n
thousandswho' are uugthe'n, toWbeeonly
the most mild, and pleasant in their operation
but the most perifetly innocentsafe an effi.
Those -whto.nee-iake akri ul ,of be Pills,
never afterwards'-feel' alling ttle:without
Is suficitent-proof of treiirg ddnaulities. -
HEADAC'HE-SIC' O R QUNE UO.
Those who have suffered and afe sai-of
suffering with this distressing compislint; will
find Spencer's Vegetable Pills a remedy at. once
certain and immediate in its eflect. Dne sin
gle dose of the Pills,-taken soon as the head
ache is felt coming on, wil eaie'it in one-half
hour entirely. rc .r
As'a remedy in snmerandlowelcomplaits,
they display their wonderful powers to di
ration, and are far superior to any thing L0Use
for these complaints.
In Dppepsia and Liver Complaist,they stn4
-unrivalled. Many have been cured in a few
weeks, after having suffered under thedieiad
Vol complaint rot years:
In Habitual Costiveness they are y
superior to any Vevetable Pill ever -
fore the public; dud oe 25 cent o x!.lles.
tablish their aurprising vittnesand pteetbhm
beyond the reach of doubt in the. estnnatlon of
every individual. . -;.
They are invaluable in Dervos -and.hyo
chondriacal affections, loss of anpeti) and all
complaints to which fedmales'alone aresiubjeeL
They are mild in their -action1 and convey
almost immediate' conviction of theirimitility
from the first- dose; They anty abetalie by
persons otf any age; arnd thefeeble, theimsram,
the nervous and delicate are'strengthened hly
their operation, because they ilear thigysen
of bad humors. quiet nervous irritabitify, and.
invariably produce sound health.
U pwards of three kundred antd seventp3~aos
sand boxes of these mnestimable Pilh have been
sold within ihe lest twelve months in three
States alone, and more than three 'times :the
samequntty in other States.
As an anti-bilious medicine, no family should
be without them. A single trial of thenm is,
mioro satisfactory than a thousand ertificates.
Talladega Springs, Talladeg. Co. Ala.
August 17, 1842;
This is to certify, that I have been afilicted
with Sick Headachie, Dyspepsia and 'Liver
Complaint, and Costiveness for the last *eight
or unine yeurs, during which time I had taken,
as wellnus I recullect,about sixty boxes of Beek
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 butlittle,
or no relief. At-last-I'was recommnendedtotry
Dr. Spencer's'Vetablb Pills,-and well I di
tor Imeyer had' hut' one attack of-the Siek
Headache after I commenced taking the Pills,
(now about six months,) and- 1eandidl icon
fess, that I have derived'more real frei~ om
the use of Spencer's Pills,.'than reos athe
other Medicines nnd Pills th'ai'1hayeseier
taken, and I would earnestly recommnendlhina
to all as being in-my opiailon; the ~ Qdi-.
eine in use for all lingernngfoi Bn~"Thub
Pills have done. me so-atc :go'iothiftZ
would not feelarwilling to be. without-thes for
five dollars aagx; -and4 kIgaunot but.e1ims
grateful to .Dr : Spencer for.ig ~pe
such a valuable medicinie, and - n4~~jtii,
of it is coniferring a. very greatifavor on'te
public. as it is a thiing or the titspstimportance
that every family should h~axe a snPly of Df
Spjencer's ttuly vahauabl Pifllco'smantly ort
hand. ISAAC M. THOMAS.
Prie125 cents pet bo;, with rail lirectione~
F~o; sale by
- 'RAYlWI RIS12iE 4 CO.~
. Il epensdebte the estateoG
fotward 'an ll ~ eitu~ientaa
March.2? - 9
TJ IE Co. , eorexl
b~tween DV~~5 a
dissolved by ' ,ei, h I4
are respectfuhlto~- radn
settl etheir accoon ' drciswse.