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I oft ithuifac tot giform,
- Thatlilphalongiin life'. decline,
Oaeebole-a heart aasyoung, as watin,
A-eldle thoughts as mine;
- AnckEhas had his dream ofjoy
-iswn 'unequalled pure romance,
imnincing. when the blushing boy
-ira thiills at woman's lovely glance
And each could tell his t'ale orjouth
-.Would think its idenes of loveevince
M ore passion, more -unearthlj truth;:..
yTiu.any tale before or since.
Ye cf talfer tender lays, .
pigttpenned, in classic shades;
-re bright than modern days*
Otmaids nmore fair thatt-modern maids.
Of whuuici . lhng ear,
-ld o ablushng cheek-=
Each kias n"hihisper, far too dear
For oioden lps't give or speak;
- Oifprospect too; untimely crossed,
Of passions slighted or-betrayed
Ofkindred pirits early lost,
And buds that blossomed but to fades .
Of beaming eyes and tresses gay,
Elastic form and noble brow.
-n'dtcharms, that all have passed away
- - ..,And left thei-wrhat we see them note -
And it is thus-is human love
So very light and frail a thing 1
And must youth's brightest-visions move
-Fozevr on time's restless wing I
-Must all the eyes that still are bright,
And -allthe lips that talk of bliss, -
And-a'1 the forms so fair to sight,
Hereafter only come to this? -
Then 'vhat are love's best vision worth,
If we at length must lose thorn thus? --
Iall we value most on earth,
Ere long must fade away from us?
Of that one being whom we take
- From all the world, and still recur
To all she said, and for her sake
- eel-far.from joy when far from her;
if that one form which we adore,
- --Framn-youth to age, ini bliss or pain,
Soon withers and is seen no more
- ;Why do we love, if love be vain?
--From the N. Y. Republic.
- XTRAORDINARY DISCLOsUREs.
., The mysterious. disappearance, about
two-years since, of an individual named
John 't. Rickett, ;formerly an Episcopal
- - minister, (in which sacred capacity he has
frequently officiated in the pulpit of Brook
Ly and Newark Jut more recently a dry
goods wpr ant in Worcester, lass., in
pa hip. with Mr. Charles Blake, was
tance of too tduch moment to
-s nerchants in this city and Bos
p - -the people of. Worcester and
laceay'not tocbe still fresh in the
i irof very:,many-personsin this sec
hode o the-Union~ - -iatim
-..: We ate not awate that-sincethat time
anoltazoirontthemystery, (which excited
r m pjti c interest at'the time) has ever
,-eaed nd the developement ofit now,
gla be'rigarwe4-with considerabecuiriosi
- - ater"aevant preacher and merchant
- ovic-Alte Brooklyn prison..by virtue of
~ s~jq~~.e::aainstehimn unrder the .law to
punss Cadulent detors: as,-also,-.a
- iarGao tvarious -smugging tracsactions,
b~iil~ etwas, on Monday last-arrested
- Y - tiJleA; lGC. Smith,.of this cliy.
~-heio -ofth'e areer of th is indivis
dlilstiei In,'eiorable depjarture from
oi-c-~&- ster! ith-.three thousaind dollars,
ud~erpretienee of pojing New York busi
*2-ness debts, as deli'vered by-himself since
% his.arrostelas. been furnished uis v and. we
mst say-that it presents a picture of vil
lainy rarely lobe drawzt (romt two years of
-thie life'aftrrdinary scoundrels.. Soon 'afier
-h eft Woreester, it will be recollected,
bff!jidreeilved. a letter informing her
- piehad been found in Pike street
aihsitiy; and that he was drowned.
~it~~bletter-the storyreacheod thle
'was every wh era pub
h tigh not. by eye'ry body believed..
C - clHazo~ iowledlges that. wasa fabrica
-uob iia ht the letter was written at his
7 a persdn then-andl still attached
- eit? papers as a rep~orier.
- ft for Europe, leaving
- hin itcytothd anabut
- - 14S he ret irned to
pthe New York pdgets1
-~f o~ri dU~of ioh bl'Rayo5,
ta 0r s hiszn tieauritif
'nik d th l e Gini-ab~
roar the'-uslom huse a3
lu;atr a-.good deal of ditlb
thigbn oicfways deuec
~~ -diono Elthelppr-aisers.
~~JB'4 uI~i.-,vorces ofbronzeAo.
$ 3 .yeu ghits port
- i B og. -heih-a
-Iar-nysices throngh h Iute- j,
-- - a1',vas;b)ugdio~pyeb
'im them.idn -the 'Bostoa
loweir1 howas so sucessful-t
- Bnglish mnuf'aturer a,
S the ai tf odmhe purcased, a'nd oth
~$~W tt~e~hs e thei uno
oni4tF theirdinvoc, adI ined
densribed rati aaner'-be
eivd two inmportR1O9orthi.$5
__ '' boat'oUAy
:W n..-- onS
is,'Y Houses mes ddof nirepresent ;.a r
'au as abs euro end dolars
Wfiile-this= iessfuily engged in this
t enair'binesspone of1his cominercist
:reditorsAtwbvlni he owod :.ne thousand.
dollars, dicovered him, and by comien
cig a prosecution againsthim for having
fraudulently contracted the debt, obtained
his iicarceration' in the Brooklyn prison..
I~ s inking his arrangenentsto-leave
-f .gland as soon as- he could extricate
himself from that difficulty, whew the for-.
tunatdidetentldo of his villainly by the prop
er-:athgrities led 'to his arrest by officer
Smith,- as.before stated.
Ndture's Nbleman. -The New Orleans
H erald relates.an-anecdote of one of their
wealthy citizens. "'A gentleman itiformed
us yesterday, that, after he was burned out
on Saturday, he went to John Hagan, Esq.
and asked him to rent. him a house. The
replyiwas. "No, sir, I have no houses to
rent to the sufferers; but gobto my agent,
and 'ask him for the key of any house I
have vacant. and' take possession of it.'
Such acts of kindness and generosity re
deem the whole rate.'
Tried Prdndy.-At.the last Gloucester
shire adjourned sessions, a girl was placed
at the bar charged with atealing a pint of
brandy (it was produced in court) from her
master.. 'The girl was.acquitted, but the
jury, with.exernplary impartially, not only
tried thejgirl but the brandy too; for they
consientiously emptied the bottle. The.
liquor being drunk, the jury appended to
their verdict, 'below proof.'-Punch.
An accepted suitor, one day *alking in
aiillage: in-Beds, with the object of his af
fection hanging upon his atm; and deseri
bing the ardency of his affection, said, -how
transported I ant to have you hanging on
my arm.' 'Upon my word' said the lady,
'you make us out to be a very respectable
couple, when one is transported and the
B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, [ will proceed to sell. at Edge
field Court House, on the first Monday and
Tueslay in July next, the following
A.. Rambo and others vs. Rudolph
Carter and Elizabeth Carter, four thou
sand acres ofland, more or less, adjoining
lands oF John Wise and others, the prop
erty of the defendant Rudolph Carter.
Also, one negro man Dick.
Michael Barr, admninistrator, vs. Geo.
W. Yarborough. and Robert T. Moore,
survivors, one hundred and fifty-four acres
of land, more or less, adjoining lands of
Uriah Inabnet, Catharine Inabnet and
others, the property of the defendant Geo.
H. BOULWARE, s. p. v.
June 12 't 20'
U. STATES OF AMERICA,
DISTRICT -OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Ar CHArLES oN, May 25, 1844.
In the Matter of T. S. Wilks 4- Co.
P URSUANT to an order.of Conrt this day
' made, notice is hereby given that I nm
prepared to declare a dividend out of the assets
of thae firin of T. S. Wilkse & Co.. and out of
the individnal assets or Tr. S. Wilkst, and T.
T. Swanan, menibers or the said firn, which
haye been reduced to money, and all persons
in interest are hereby required, pursuant to the
stid order. to file their proofs of debts, for par.
ticipation int said dividend before Saturday 22d
day of Jne necxt; on wvhich day the staid proof
of debts will be open to contestation before the
District Conrt aforesaid, at the Federal Court
H ouse in Charleston, at It o'clock, A. M., be
fore whicha Court, and at which time1 all pre
sent, in interest, aoy interpose their objecttons
(i'aniy the have) to an orde~r being made for
payment of such dividend.
H. A. JONEI
Assignec of Bankrupts.
May 2t 4t 18
Dr. ELBERIT flLAND,
W OULD respectfultly intformn the citizens
.of Edgefield C. H.I, and~ its vicinity,
that. he hats opened ata othce an the house for-.
mely occupied b'y John S. Jeter -at a law
offie where he can be fonnd at all times,
xcept avhaen attendintg -professional- business.
He- will atsndto any: business in the line of
hs professaon, and ha pes-by care.nand attentton.
to receave and deserve a share of pablic patron
May 22 f3
ALL persons-hanving densands aainst the
estate of .Augustus E. Ttirrence, dec'd.,
rO regncsted. o present them to *me, in the
Orijtores'oficeof Edgaeld District, on the
lrst Monday ira Julty.nbatt' Those not availing
himselves of thsis notire will'niet be paid.
- LUTjRER' ROLL UAd'mr. .
ne5 -a -. .4t - 19.
M E A1idsa~mner (prpratte) tern, com
L. wnecs.on the 15th June enasuin'g and
Thim in'tenided as a preparatory/
riroijuifiwhoias to join-the Institute
tt1 9gM~Lterm inotober..
sbntih29' 9t- .10.
ZU IaEdsbscnrehave formed. a partbair
-~.shi itt the practice ofsLaw for.Edfiefield
~iatri6L -ffice nea Gooduman's Hotel
. '~ LTERRY,
Decemb er. 23,3843 .' f 48
FR .E. CLAYBROOK,informs the c
U..~t~nsrfAbbeville DIstrict. tbteha a
hi~is services intie various departiuo
- .Dru:Burt, Paul-. Ev~~
LE~p to teestate of G21.
--Ru his it utsted tocome
haying deinandiitsrs saeare solicit.
ed'ttu present thei . retedd.
W. N 'c tor.
:March 27 - t
WHOL EBd alfoxes eS
satistit: Foel tlIebbi.
kambtrrg, April.20. : B5if- la
FRESH supply ofCandy,-ug Pluthe
A.Kisses, &c., constaity onhand: ;
Brazil Nuts, English Wahuts, :Alohds,
Figs, Raisins, &c.- -
H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg:Apri120. df 13
Winess Brandy, Gin,..&.
M ALAGA, Teneriffe, Port, Sherry, and
American and Holland GIN;
American and Cognac BRANDY,
Old Peach and Apple do.
A fresh supply ofchoi.ce PORTER and ALE,
in quarts and pints. For sale by
H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, April 20 tf 1
HE subscriber having entered into new
business arrangements, is desirous of
closing np his old business, and respectfully
urges upon those indebted to him either by
note or account, the necesstty.ofan immediate
January 2 af 49
5 Bbls. fresh unslacked ROCK LIME,
just received. and for sale by
SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Hamburg, April20 tf 13
GALLONS ".Moddtan Dew,"
a prime article, for sale by
H. A. KENRICK.
Ilamburg, April 20. :f 13
Piridng Paper, Type, Presses, Ink, 4c&
HE Subscribers -having completed
their arrangements for keeping on
hand a general assortment oC'very'article used
by the crafl. They have now on hand, and are
TYPE, of all kinds p t p in fourits
-Hoe's PRESSES, Washington and Smith
Do Inking Mtahineb, Furniture; Rule,
.Do Cases, Chases, Stands, Galleys, &c.
Johnson's (Phila.) News and Book Ink,
Pront's (New York) do do
Printing Paper of all sites and qualities,
Foolscap. Folio Post and Letter Paper,
Enamelled and Common Blank Cards, &c.
The Type we offer to the trade is from the
well known manufactory of Win. Hager &Co.
New York, warranted of the best tial, and
cast bp hand. Type froth othet foundeties will
however be furnished when ret ied: The
character,of Hoe's machinery is so well known
to Printers generally, that we consider it unne
cessary to recominend it to them. All orders
for their Machine or Hand Ptesses, or any
other artiele-manufactured by them will be ex
ecated by as on the New York terms.
BURGES & JAMES;.
6 Broad-street, Charleste, S. C.
97 Printers in Georgia, North and South
Carolina, who copy the above any number of
times during the year 1844, will be allowed $5
on settlement of their accounts-where they ex
ceed $30^ Those-who do not intend to deal
with us, will please not copy.
April24 6t 3
STATIO VERS' HALL,
CHARLESTON; S C.
JOSEPH WALKEt,:-Agent of John
T. White's TYPE and S'ERzsYPE Foux
DRY, has constantly on hand an extensive as
Brass Rule, Cases, Chases Composing
Sticks, c. 8ic. ?jC.
And every article required in a Printing Office.
All of which wtill be furnished at New York
prices, actual expenses only-added. '
The reputation of this Foundry is believed to
be fully established, having been founded up.
wards of Thirty Years, and reference is con fi
dntly made to many leading Journals of the
News.paper of all sizes, Medium, Double
News, B~ook, and Colored Inks, of the best
qnaliy and towest prices.
1Blank Book Nanufactory,
PAPE R AND 8TATIONERY.
Always on hand, a large assorturent of BrLaJI
B~ooxs-, made ofrthe best paper and bourid In
the strongest dtanner. ,Bankt,- Public .
fices, Merchants and Stlers, carthre their
Accomit Books ruled and botrno to aity pat
tern, in the best maimer, at lowest prices.
Also-A large stock of WRITING PAPERS
of all' kinds; forse lowe
Als,-An eatensive assertment of FINE STA.
TIONF4RY, oftevery kiqd, rueloing Blank
aud Enamelled Carde,
Paste Board, Eeather, '&e,
SMay 22 -tf 1?
N EW GOODS.
B LACK and blue black Gros. tde R oyal
Poult do Soie;. and Gros. de Grain
SILKS; plain, stripe, and flg'd. do; rich
Satin stripe Gre.. de Paris do; Plaid do. All
new patterns, and jest received b
Hamiburg Feb.'1 -tf .4
.T. 0. B. FORDr
I'S now opening at his sadre in 'Hamburg,
NA general assortment of Staple and Fancy
February 1- 'tt . .4
TH E Subscriber takes pleasure in itiform
1.inug the publid,ttiat he ha surceeeded~ inr
engagigthe services-of an efperienced Miller
for the preseat: year, and; having hiis Mills in
thoro~ -repaiir, is prepared toianygaan
tity of grnding 'gramn at the l/urtest notice.
Persons having Wheat, and- washlig superior
lour snade fronm it, are invited to give him-a
call.- His terms are the tenth.
~Ian. 5, 1844'. . 6i! 49
HESubscribers respectfuzlly inform their
3. cuatomera and'the public generally, that
they liave just received anew and well seected
;Sping & Snaer~iods,
cosprsng an extensive assortment of articles
liorX entlemen's Clothing, in. the latest and
iibtosfihionable style,' which they are prepar-.
. infake up, in a fashibndhlemanid'orkmnan
Jike-anner.- Froth-Gentlemen wantiing any
4esi'ription 4f Clothing they-splicit a' call, ,as
th'eyreel confident in their ability to suit the,
liist fasti.ous, both in the quality and prices
of thir Goods. -r
* ' MEIGS & COLGAN.
arch 4,1844. tf 6
CHIEARTICUE, for sale by
a..n..... No. 2s - e 14
r s ;Yf . - ,
llatad dc'. situate in a fidhi istricif
6on LitteHorseCreek cn nhg%410'ses (
mnoie orfess,:dj oinglandofkf. Crter; Mrs .
Hightowier; Bartlett, Bledsoe;John:CirlyJu
liut Day, George Delaijbter-and Vaucluse
fadtory, on which itt s
in successful Operation, with comfortable im
provemetits, and several tenements and small
improvements on different parts of.the place,
500 acres of land suitable to: the. deltivation of
Grain, Corn, Biee- or Cotton;
part swamp and dayfoundatios. The planta
tion is in good repair, with an Ot::iird ofgood
Apple'trees. On said premisesis also agood
ROCK QUARRY, whicb has been worked in.,
for-public and private use, andis inexhaiusti
ble. ~The situationof thitimber on said laird;
for.Saw Mill interest,. is mnferiord0o0ne' in the
District, it being, handy, easy ofaccess;and,
tnough to supply one saw. for inany years, -It
isthe only large body of: timber. containing
water privilege now hetween it and Hamburg.
The sitnation of this Mill in a comniercial
point ofview, ismost advantidgeous, comhmaid
ing not only the custoni of Hamburg and sur-i
rotnding country; but all the up country trade
in Lumber, by a -route which ;brings the Mills
on the public road leading from Iamburg. to
Abbeville, &c.- The location is- healthy and
convenient to market,.betng .10 miles io'Ham
buig, 14 to Edgefield C. H., 10 to Aiken,-and
4 to VducIuselFactdry, withgoodzroads leading
to each. The place abounds witli.excellent
springs. The range for stockf is unsurpassed.
Adjoining is a large body of pine laud helong
ing to the estate of Fox, deceased, which can
be had at some futurt time
Also-The crop of Cor ?odder, and Grain;
100 head of tame Hogs; au-head of Cattle, 3
yoke of Oxen; I Carry-log; 2 Ox .Cnrts;.1
Horso Cart, and the Sawyer, together with all
the Plantation Tools, &c. -
The titles are indisputable; made~ by the
heirs, and the executors of Fox,..dec'd.
Terms Will be part cash. to pay the executors
of Fox, and judgment credito.rs; the balance
on note of one, two and three years, if wished,
with approved security;.
W S. HOWARD,
N. B. Persons wishit to purchase, are re
ferred to W. S. Howard who resides on the
place, and will take p'iasiire in showing or
giving information respecting it. lPossession
will be given at any time desired. .The Grave
Yard, and the land on which the Church stands
is excepted. -
May 29' 3m 18
T Esubscriber begs 1eaveto inform his
T friends and the commainity in general,
that be is at this time receiving and opening an
cdnsistingin part of DOMESTIC & FANCY
DRY GOODS, Hats Shoes, Bonnets, Hard
ware, Crockery Ware, Saddles,Bridies,W hips,
Groceries, &c. All of which articles he will
offer on the very best terms. hit cltumstances
and the times will admit. N
S. F.~ GOODE.
March 13 tf 7.
The Subscriber would tao ' opportunity
to return histhanks tais fe and the com
munity in general, the tal patronage
they have conferred tinTor the last ten
years. He intends carrying on the
Business, in all its branches, at the old stand,
and hopes by strict attention to business, to
merit a continuance of those favors which have
been so liberally bestowed on hin.
Dec. 12 tf 46
Bland & Butler,
ARTE now receiving and opening their tisual
sjprnw & Summer Goods,
which, with their fimer stock, renders their
assortmiera: complete, and to which they res
pectfully invika the attention of their customers,
anal the publick generally. -
We will not pretend to enumerate articles;
CaU and we will show thiern to you; if you do.
not buy, it shall not hie our liauht.
We would avail ourselves of this opportunity
to tender our sincere thanks to those who have
so liberally patronized us, and invite by a stirict
attenhion to our business, atnd their interest, a
continuance of that patronage.
March 27 * - tf 90
HE Subscriber respectfully informs his
.frienas and the public genierally, that lhe
of'ers for sale, at the brick store formierly occu
pied by Messrs. Sibley & Crapon, nearly op.
posite Mr. James Hubbard'ai Hotel, a large
and general assortmentnof G ROCER IES, par
frcularly,adapted-to thewants of families, con
sisting in part of
New Orleans; Porto Rico, and St. Croix
Lump. boat; crushed & powdered Sugars,
Cluba, Rio and Java COFFEE,.
Back, Hysorr, Gunpowder and Imperial
WVest India and New Orleans Molasses,
Hall's Patent Candles, 4s, 5s, & 6s.
Sperm. do." 4u, 5s, & Gs
LanaI Flour, in whole and half barrels,
6 casks prime Goshen Cheese,
20 boxes. do. 4o. do,
Buckwheat in 14 and1l-8-barrl-rt
Pickles in 1-2 gal. jars, qas. and pints,
Tomiato Ketchup do. do.
Walnut do. . do. do.
50O saske Liverpool Salt, (blcachbed sacks,)
50 boxes Table do. (a fine article,)
.25 brls. Irish Potatoes, (Roan)
2 tierces Onions, (red and silvcrskin,)
ALSO, . .
Brsoap, shavirng soap. .cotton cards, wool
cadalbuktstubs, kieelers, piggins; in.
dign; niadder;-oopperas, rice, hard, chocolate,
Baket's cocoa, cocoa paste, Goshen butter, so
da'biscuit, lemon biscuit, pie ie crackers, wa
ter. crackers, butter crackers, pilot bread, al
monds, curraiita, citron,clovea, nutmegs, mace,
cinnamon;.pepper, spice, ginger, sago, pearl
Barley, rnaccaroni-, vemicilba, capens, mustard,
starch, West India and American preserves.
Pesons visiting Hamburg, are respectfully
requested to call and examine foi- thiemselves.
- Hamburg, Novr. 25 .tf -44 c
-t.iew atyles, and at low pri.
ces. Juist received by
JOHN 0. B FORD.
H ambarg, Feb.20 tf- 4
Shirtings & Sheetings
S4-4,T5-4, 6-4~ and 12-4, brown and
~u-*bleached Shirtings eind Sheetings
T Just received by
- JOHN 0. B. FORD.
IHamburg. Feb..19 - tf 4
N NKEENS;b the care,
50 bhs. N."O Mo lisses.
For salehby" .
Hamur Fe.SIBLEY & CRUAON.
t~nh~w 2Sa . A- . - a
ih ahiaoothi bp,
rise's .the laI airsanf6p'4ofii~t -t G
ye ows~ai e;p
350 bngi o, CubaP4o Oc 1?r
mi~,Jy;adMc lle,-__70 hd:-wef ndudiwsf:
10 tiercemCuCi ubab o
35- bbls leN Orleans. doJ .
70,000 lbs. Ba or;Hans ideSbsildt1V
80,000 ' Swede Iran 9d
5,000" nglsh' do. : '
3,000 "Bjd andHoop Br dn n:.@
3000 " Nad aodi&Ili hoe ps
2;00M N~ai. eirige &B tieii~e;
20b stts Wago ' B
1,700 sackeSaltb ,(blechediecki :
2,000 busbels Salt, in bid k
250'piedes Gunny Bag .s;
1,0001bis. Bggin Ti ne, (Wear$u,).
100 .do Hemn.d 'do
1,500 yar ds Osnabudr'e
5,000 15s. doublerefined Loaf Sugar,
3,000' " :.icrused do.
3,000" powdered S .+ .
1 000." singlIefined t~oaf dd- :
20 bozes 'Turpentun Soap;, -
,10-' " Sperm -andles,
20 . Hulli's patent Candles
2, tierces fresh griund:Rice.
2,000 lbs.: White Lead:No.1 tioti f iis,
25.bblE.Canal Flour, (choaei'c and'-..
40 'doz; dining parlor, rocking and
- 7cases 1las ad. Caps -
150 casks Stone. Limi. (in fine order,)
0 kega'ont's FFFPwder,:
1;000 lbs.lar Lead, -
40 boxes Window Glassex10.1 .Qzxl2
130 baa Sot, assoted sizes,
Tea; Pepper, Spic;.'Gin er, Chocolate.-Cif
amon; Almonds,Starcbntnies, 5p chew'
n g Tobacco ' r6'Clotbs; Blankets, Shoe
thread, Ctt ar. 'Cottoni'dCds, Wdo1
Cards, Tacks, Sieves, Plongi Lip . Indiao;
Mladder, Blue Stone;Copperas, EpsoinrSalts;
Linseed Oil -Lamp- Oil,-a (sperior.article,)
Trace Chais, Fifth Chains, Smootlilngirons?
brass bound eegar Buckets, hrse-Buckets
Pails, Tubs. Keelers, Willod Wagon ,-nests
Measures, Feathers, &c: &c.&c..
.Hamburg July.1, 84:. tf ".23
Water Proof,.& o MiIsialke
LI, JEPE~ &M..
WAREiUSi - & GENERAL COMMiSSION
MERCHANTS.-HAMBURG, 8.-C "
BEG-leave to iriforii iheir-fciends, and-the;
ublic geneflly, th NEW rT-R
P RO F JeAREHOjJSE, thJarge coiive
nient close Stores attached, isn iow-cotdletcd
and ready for the receptioii f
Cotton, Meresan .
It isssintated .onthe-principal tending
into the-business part of the towi, konr feet
above the hig hest water mark by aetualsurvey;
entirely remote from all other buildings, which
renders it fire- roof, and convenientry situated
for loading and unloading -waons
They are now permaneutly located in this
place, and pledged not to speculate in Cotton
on thbir own account, but to give thei-rirdii
ded attention to the inter.est ofthcirusigmer,
and are' fully prepared to attend to the~3ale;
Storing and Shipping, of
otton, Flour. Bacon, &c..
Receiving and Forwarding MERCHANDISE.
Purchasaig Goods to order, Ac: $,c. -
Their charges will be as follows:-Forsel
ling Cotton 25 cents per bale; Shipping do,
12J cents per bale. Commissiorfor buying or
selling Merchandise and Produce 2k per cent.
For arding ant Storage, in accordance witli
th established rates. All Cotton,.flour, &e.
received by the riverfree from wharfago. Lt_
beral advances will be made when requiredg
on any consigniernts made to'them.a. y
H-amiburg. Septr. 9 - tf . 33 (
State of South Cai-olina.
LBERT STALNAKER, tivinw beideen
.3the A bbeville and Five Notceted Rdad,
about three miles from Gilgal Church, tolls be.
Foreme. a large dark sorrelI HORSE, betwecen
izteen and seventeen hands high, eight or hiie
yars old, both lhiand feet white, with hnt one
shoec on when taken up, and somewhat marked
with the gear. 3Appraised at $25.
*E. SETTLE, Magistrate.
May 13, 184.1 - $S 4m 16
R. ~ JAMIES RAINSFORD, jivingtona
Hirn's C reek,.near the five trotch road,
si or seven miles south west-or Edgefield C.
E., tolls beforn me a sorrel HORSE,?about
ourteen and a half hands hiig,~with a star in
lie face, and a-scar near the left flank. Sup
,osed-to be sizyears old ; 'appraised at twenty
.A. D. ADDISON, Magistrate.
May 22 .- - J anm4t -17
State of South Carolina.
rN THE COURT OF ORDINAR-Y.
Whitfield Brooks, A pplicant, -
Tideon Youngblood,*& othuirs, Defen'ts.
T appenrang to m9 satisf'action, that Gidleon
3Younagblood Geo. Youngbldod, and aar
ha Yonntgbluod, resides without the - limiis of
his State :It is onfereel, that they do-aipear
nd objectta.the division and saile of- the ret
'aw- or juwist Yotrmeblood. dec'dl.,.-on-or be
oro theo first Mionday in .?uly next, or their con
ient to the same will be entered of record.
March 26th, 1844. - . - 12t 9
State -O 1 South Carolina.
-IN THE CGMMON PLEAS. -
JosiahJ. Ryan, Declaion in For
Win. T1~O. ~*eign'.Atachmenzt.
Josiah J. -Ryan, -) Declarationa in
vs. Fo. bretgn Attach
Fitzroy & 'Melunis. m ent..
11E Plaintiffs hiaving this day lied
Ltheirdeclarations in the above s~a-e
:as in. my- oflice, and gie d.'edt
saign ieo ~on% kno-wni to lie
vithhin the lim Iis of tbi.s State. onevhom -a
:opy of said dclaraaions with a ride .co
!ead c-an b":,served: It .is ordered, that
le sai,, Idefendats do plead to the said
e.carations,- within ii year and a' day
rom ahe publication of- this order, or final,
nad absoltae -judgment will be .awarded
gainst him. -
GEO. POPE, c. c. r~
Clerk's Office, Ms 6,,5144....
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the are t'apdred 'r^ ' zoom t
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surface, tncr a iog, ibe hi ttq=afters ' '
(ore,:the are a
and equaliser df= f> e? tit' } j r c
pill is=e ual:to.a o a ' >; ''
.ter: They ehoaldcet>': foie each '
rritiia ; atria frostris %tq:'xeq Q 'sbon ' (L
be talcemin the ooar"so a ; ' =Jd$ ,.. fora
foitnigbi and tbetia " ...'.?..o r ie=setae
period.-_- For the cure o th aboe dise as=
as, perseverance ;in::th i*e-( these Pills,.
is . all:irnportaot;,_g the}a'ar
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