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ANSWEt TO THE WHIG SONG,
eCows vrE FOR THE PATRIOT CLAr.
Waote for bWa upon whose brow
S '~ evr bai mng brand shall lie!
.ehe once sold his country's rights
-toulmisrulo-to gain thereby.
6 tte forhim whose bloody hands
Y7rreek with murdered Cilley's gore'
hose every act's so linked with crime,
sea guilt might curses on him pour!
Weite for im, who could his arm
aut Ra '- honor'd form upraise,
uIbti4 vindictive hate,
We o.tefor hn.Who evenow,
When no more yqungbut,sereand y,
JIjs.cou 'si. .ns mst bind,
W e votitoe fr im, whoirst co"d tauwt
lis feltow freemen with the .ry
"Of slaves assuredly we must have.:
If they're not-black then ,w hite we'll tryF-&--.
No! boda 16 him; the' ansrei blck,
Insulted; taunted-freemen give
- That no 'dictator' yet we want; -
-.3That-free awhile we yet would live!
Go-tell him freedom yet hash charms,
CNor ever-baaely williwe kneel.
To Marat of a mountain clan,
WA.ihile Virtue lives, or hearts can reel.
MxuiA, 0., May 21. -
IAe American Nestpaper- PIress.-M r.
Jefferson said in his day that the s-curril
Jityof the Press drove nearly all -he. best
men of the country from e6nterig or re
maining in public life. The degree of*
degeneracy of the Political Press since the
days of Mr. Jefferson it would be difficult
to estimate. Where is the fault ? What is
the source of the evil? Is it in the Prebs
itself? Is it the character of its couduc
tors? Or is it in an unhealthy lone of
public' - sentiments'? That the vices
are to h traced to all these causes of cot
ruption, cannot admit of denial, Its in
creasing virulence appears 'to be the re
action ol that diseased condition e public
taste to.wbich i'. imparts its own spirit and:
from wtich it.receives its-tone. It is .im
possibl to suppose its conductors woul.d
turnish daily doses of scurrility to- those
iho are its patrons, unless they were. rei
ished for their piquaucy.-It is ui ouceiv
able that te iNewspapers, which can only
exist tby the public. breath-wich iave Ila
element of life but in public opsimuu
could continue, unceasingly, to dacuarge
any quanUtty-ot enYenmuted personalmtes,
unless tuere was a cravimg wunt (or tris
species .tnmeurta alinueti'. A diteased
couditoia.ofthe public 1ste is, isetiore,
the most active cause-te largest source
.-60fio'- violence and varuitcuce 01 the
N;spaper Press. 1 l shupply is cose-.
- 'uently commensurate witu Iia Want of
that dcscr:pllon uftalent, iflaient it can be
called-that muost -eflectually, man.sters to
this morbid intellectual appelite. tnat
this may be agai. traced to be lrequency
and violence oh our pariy coutegt soussib
of gat little denial as the saci isell. titat our
Political press is the mos0t liceutiouis tu
the world, is indisputable. -
.It may be saia ithat tis description ap
plies to. the pai-ty no wspapeCrs. W liere
can any other party jornais be bouuo
within the himits at thu JUitedi btaies
Tihe exception are so rare lilut they pire
serve at muost sickly and preariuus ues
tence. Asur political coutests nave ne
come more euvenomedi, too ihatatuily re
flecting the cnaracter 01 titose coutcis.a il1
must be trhe traue image at puarIy opaiius .
party desPotismt or cease tu eas: A
presses arc- sustamned that will not ouos
the behaests-oflprty-no Editor is tolema.
ted unless lie subinas to its dibcienl,O
iirelis no deficiency ot conductors oi meo
press responsive to all. party requaauent
Stuidy syimpartision; with site ussus east.
biltered party I~eliug--~wto aggravtethue
heals or. partiZan hostilityan g~ave sp
radded force to the habiL of political 'itu
' eation. TIhus. by the action uud re-no
ti- f-party on the press anid the press on
t ono he land IS tilled with dally dlia
rie thlithat coarse literature wimca
* consis jn~'tringing togethefr aaiusive
ep fetsh ldicrous; counbiuatton-w aw
onidames iwithPoeant pe.u
.so- juj Ungited States. -
-owi may be said that the Political
Press might be improved,~ if edt caied anen,
of refinement ofl'manners, were pla~ced at
its head. But thbe same warlaire ot scur
ii- that drives statesmen, combiwmn
aiiywith declicacy of sentumenst, froin
-.the public councils, prevents those ntiu
capable, from education and habt,' having
any agenicy in- .he managemnut 0,t ue
Press. eThey lack the miol courage to
undertake so perilous a.:rwr... 'it mn
-satiate wants -of ihe publicre also-an itm
pediment to impr~ove~ment. mn the charac
ter of American :Journaliem. The nasn
ber~o( papers make it iipossible to recruit
the'eorps of Editors, insiuilicient nuinbcrs,
from the best instructed clauses of . Ameri
.ah- socidiy.- In England, the learned
,and liberal prufessioni.aiiply- supply this
wai.nu ramnc,.e'r leading statesmen
a writers for her Journasls. In the Uni
t6ed States wve have no - similar asoqrces of
supply. Weahave -fbii back on village
- awyers and. disappointed demagoues,
when our pressing 'wants are supple.
QUESTIONS IN AILT H METC.
a f.to elect one Lougressmnan out of
fis.- j ouisiania be aM h bg victory, howr
mapy ainchivictories will be regatsite to en
- s Wbng majority in C~ongress.
2 %f liioe furth of a Congres
atonal del i g 44r be a Whig gain,
when tho- entiredegation in 4.' Uwere
Whigs,.bow mfan~yafOre such ygains" will
.be requsites to .plaeete~Wbigpanty ant
iersaly in the ascendat9---.
-8; f the errtire.Congressignaalel alien
in CIagress fronm Louisiana ii214 .be
Aa....,iit,_ while the entire delegation
in-1840 were Whig, how many more such
changes will it require. to give the Anti
American Traitor party a majority in the
4. If to return seven Whig delegates to
the Louisiana- Legislature from New Or
leans, while three- Democratic delegates
and a Democratic Senator are elected, the
entire delegation to both .houses in the
previous Legislature having been Whig,
be a Whig VICTORY, how many more such
victories will it-require to kill Democracy
in that city, even if supported by the seven
teen hundred naturalized voters defrauded
of their right of suffrage.
5. Ifthe election of a Convention unan
itnously-Anti-Bank, and by a large majori
ty- Annexationist, and decisively Demo
cratic, be a sign of the spread of Frederal
ist principles,how many more such elections
will it require to illumine the Union with
Blue lights from Maine to the Sabine 7
6. If the election of a legislature almost
unanimously Anoexationist be evidence of
the strength of the new Coalition of the
Kentucky. Blackleg and the New Jersey
Puritan, how many more such elections
will be required to place all violators of
oaths ofoilice "in the line of safe precedents
anti fillthe United State Senate exclusively
with Native American Bigots 7"
.7. If, when 'the popular vote in Louis
iana shows a Democratic majority .of about
One Thousand, and in 1840 General Har
risen received a majority of over Three
Thousand. Mr. Clay is certain ofobtaining
the electoral vote of that State. what pop
ular vote would be requisite to ensure him
the vote of New Hampshfre or South-Car
8. The miajority of General Harrison in
New Orleans having been nine hundred
and thirty-thrte, the Whig candidate for
Governor having beaten Mouton, a year or
two agaih about two hundred and fifty,
and ithe Whig majority being now 0x0-0,
without .counting the naturalized voters.
how soin Federalist ducitines spreading
in the saine raito, ,vill the last Loco cross
Boys who-find any difficulty in solving
the above problems are referred to Whig
s pouters ana 'scribblers generally for in
struction... They must not use the olel cx -
ploded 'Rule of Three, but adopt the new
principle of calculating election returns,
antalagous to the indisputable rule that
high'duties make low prices, by which de
creasediriajorities are proven, make in
creased strength. For an explanation of it
we refer them to the Editor of the Peters
HE ILEV. DR. JOHNSON, who has
'had charge of this Institution for a num
her ofyears, having determined to retire after
this year, the TruAtees will receive applications
for the Rectorship ofsnid Academy natil the 1st
day of October next. when -an election will be
inale. It is scarcely necessary to say that the
sitnation is in every respect desirable, to one
well qualified. The Trustees will receive
applications from Females as well as Males. A
gentlemntu well qualified, witlt a competent
fenmale assistant would be preferred.
R. G, MAYS.
A. B. ADDISON,
JOHN S. JETER,
N. L. GRIFFIN.
Jnly 10 tol 24
ITi'he Temperance Advocate will copy 4
PPE. R on your P 'rade Ground, at Gos
. by'A, on thme second Saturday tm August
uext. All orders to the contrary, are hereby
By order of
A. J. HAMiMOND, Captain.
Ituly 17 4t 25
Ho~rne Creek Beat Oom'y.
JT T ENTION:
Y OUT are ordered to parade on the
Asecond Satutrday, the 10th ofAuagust.
at their usttal parade grund,mut II
-n'clock, A. M., equtpped according
After the parade. an Election will
fill the vacancy occasioncd by the re
signation of Lieut. B. Harrison.
Matnagers-Lient. 'Abttey,' Sergt.
I. J. Masy, attd private H. H..Mayson.
By order of Capt. Coghburn,
3. J. MAYS. o. s.
-July 17 4t 25
EDGEFIELD BEAT COMPANY
JT T ENTION!:
.1 APPEAR on your Company Mus
ter Ground, on Saturday tiae 10th of
--August next, for Instruction and
Drill, armed -and equipped as the
3W An Election will 'Ie Iheldatthe
to fill a vacancy occasioned by the
resignation ofEnsign Corley..
Managers-Lient. Covar. Serg't.
Qohn, abd CoryL. 'Miles.
By order of Capt. C. A. Meigs.
-BACON, o. a.
Jnly24 .. St 26
D rought to' Jail~
Fthis District, a negro man who says
his name is ABNER, and 'says' he
belongs to 'Dr. Paul Davis, of either Burke
or Jefferson County, Ga. Said fellow is
about fivet.feet;. fve inches high, and be
treen SO0 and95.years of age. .He has a
6iall'ser over his left eye, and two' 'ever
bis righteyer He was formerly owoed
biy Mr.'. Bucmaster, of'Hamnburg,S.
C.,ad insas tt e fanaway about thee'
-The owner is-requested to come for
ward, prove' property, pag-. charges, 'ann
take him airay, otheru iseoh Y vill be dealt
with as the'law directs. ''
C. H. GOODMAN,'3aili..
July 16, 1844 tf 25
To those Candid Men
W HO honestly doubt the truth of lie Bran
drethian Systeinj we would 'entreat'
them to ponder well upou the following facts:
The Food taken into the stomach is convert
ed into blood, which vital stream, flowing
through all. the rainifications of the system, not
only'impoarts strength and continues life, bnt
actually creates, forms, and builds up, each aind
every part of the animal machine. If the blood,
therefore, is pure and healthy, the body. which,
is formed from, 'and supported by the blood,
cannot be diseased. Butif there be in any part
ofthe body any effeetion, such as bile, or ulcer,
even a bruise, the blood circulating through
that part, takes up impure matters from the ro
cal affection. and carries it into the general sys
tem. This is the cause often of sudden death
to persons of frli habit, afflicted with biles, and
use no medicine; the matter gets into the cir
culating system, and chokes up the fine blood
vessels which supply the brain with vitality,
and life ceases, as if bereft by lightning. Now
this can be remedied-the Brandreth Pills, will,
if used at these times, take out all impure mat
ters from the circulation, and save the general
health, at the same time they are curing the lI
cal affection. Oh! how important it is to man
kind, that this subject be well comprehended;
it % ould save many from tedious times of sick
ness, and ofien secure their services to their
friends, when otherwise the tomb would have
Principal Office 241 Broadway, N. Y. a
fresh supply just received by the following
agents, BLAnD & BUTLER, Edgefleld C. H.,
J. S. & D. C. Smyley, Meeting street; John
McLaren, Abbeville C. H.; L. D. Merriman,
Cokeaburry; Whitlock, Sullivan & Waller,
Greenwood; Coleman Lipscomb, New Mar
ket, tod S. D. Clarke & Co.,.Hamburg.
Price 25 cente per box with full directions.
(r See Agents cerLafcate.
July 17 it 25
The State of S. Carolina.
At a Generil Assembly begun and holden at
Columbia on the fourth Mionday in Novem
her, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and forty-three,. and from
thence continued by divers adjournments to
the 19th d.ty of December in the same year.
Bill to alter and amend thefirst sectron of the
third article of the Constitution.
E it enacted,.by the Senate and House
of Representatiyes. now met and sitting
in General Assembhv, that the frat section of
the third article of the Constitution be altered
and amended to read-as follows:-" The judi
cial power shall be vested in such superior and
inferior Courts of Law and Equity. as the Le
gislature shall from time to time direct and es
tablish;" the judges of each hereafter to be
elected shall hold their commissions dnring good
behaviour untill they have attained the age of
sixty-five years, bnt no loniger; and the Judges
of the Superior Courts shall at stated times re
ceive a compensation for their services which
shall neither the increased nor diminished dur
ing their continuance in office; but they shall
receive no fi-es of perquisites of office, nor hold
any other cflice of profit or trust under this State,
the United States or any other power. "
In the Senate House, the nineteenth day of
December, in the year of our Lord one thou
sand eight hundred and forty-three. We
certify that the above bill has been read dur
ing the present Seqsion three times in the
House of Representatives, and three times in
the Senate, and was agreed to by.two-thirds of
both Branches of the whole representation.
Speaker of the House of Representatires.
W. F. COLCOCK.
President of the Senate.
Coluimhia. 6th June. 1844.
I do hereby certify thie foregoing to he a true
and literalcopy of a Bill entitled " A Bill to al
ter and amend thme first section of the third ar
ticle of the Constitution." Passed on the nine
teenth dany of December, in the- year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty.
three, and now in this office.
Given tinder my hand and the seal of the State
the day and yent above written.
WMl. F. ARTHUR,
. H Dep. Sec'ry. of State.
I-r HoUsE OF REPREusENTrATIvEs,
December 17, 1844..
Resolved, That the Clerks of the Senate and
House of Representatives, do cause thme Bill
passed by this General Assembly, entitled " A
Bill to alter andl amend the first section of the
third article of the Constitution," to hbe publish.
ad three months previous to the next General
Elections for members of the General Assem
bly, agreeably to the provisions of the Consti
Resolved, That the House do agree to the
Or dered that it be seat to the Senate for con
T. W. GLOLER. c. H. n.
Its THE SENFATE,
Decembher 19, 1843.?
Resolved, That the Senate do concur tn thme
Ordered, That' it be returned to the House of
WM. E. MARTIN, c. s.
July 10 4m 24
Brought to the Jail
O F ibis District, a negro man who calls
himself CAMBRIDGE, and says he
Ihelonugs to Mr. Passmore, of H arris county,
Georgia, he is about 5 feet 9h inches high,
very black, and, about 53 years of age,
ranaway about the last of April.
.Tie owner is requesied to come forwvard.
prove property. pay charges and take him
away, otherwise he will be dealt with as
he law directs.
C. H. GOODMAN, Jailor.
July 10 - . # tf 24
991 pcs. PAPER HANGINGS,
1 new styles, and at low pri
se. Just received by
JOHN 0. B. FORD.
.Hamburg, Feb. 20 if 4
N EW GOODS.
B LACK and blue .black Gros. de Royal;
Poult de Soie; 'and Gras. de 'Grain
BILKS; plain, stripe, and flg'd. do; rich
Satin stripe Gron. de Paris do; Plaid do. All
new patterns, and just received by
JOHN-0. B. FORD.
Hamburg Feb.17 - - f 4
S LK Ginghm a Cabic Umbrellas,
Just receivedhr~ g'od assortment, by
--OHIN-0. B. FORD.
Hambg, Feb g0- tf - 4
CIIEART CErr aeby
mbr,n. Nor. 2i tf 14
State of South 6arolna.
IN'THE COMMON PLEAS.
R ICHARD HANKINSON, who has been
arrested, and is now confined within the
bounds or the Jail of Edgefield District, by vir
tue of a Writ of Capias ad Reipondendum. at
the suit of Jasper Gibbs, having this day filed
his petition, with a schedule .on oath -of has
whole estate and effects, with the purpose of
obtaining the benefit of the Acs of the (seneral
Assembly of tie said State, commonly called
the Inso vert Debtors Acts.
Public Notice is hereby given, to the said
JasperGibbs, and all other samiig creditors,and
others interested,- that the petition of the said
Richard Hankinson will be heard and consid
ered in the Court of Common Pleas for Edge
field District, at Edgefield Cogrt House, on
Thursday the tenth day of October peaf, or on
such other day thereafter, as the Court *.fay
order, during the ternm,commencing on the fiis:
Monday of October next at said place; and
all the creditors of the said Richard Hankinson,
are hereby summoned, personally, or by attor
ney, then and there in said Court, to shew
cause, if any they can, why the benefit of the
Acts aforesaid should not be granted to the said
Richard Hankinson, upon his complying with
the requisitions of the law in such case made
THOS. G. BACON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Ofice, July 9 1844.
July 10 3m 24
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
A BRAHAM W. ROACH, who is now in
the custody of the Sheriff of Edgefield
District. by virtue of the surrender of his bai 1, at
the suit of L. Trapnan, having filed his ;etition
with a schedule, on oath, of his whole estate
and effects. with the purpose of obtaining the
benefits of the Acts if the General Assembly,
commonly railed the Insolvent Debtors Acts.
Public notice is hereby given, Thatthe peti
tion of the said Abraham W. Roach will be
heard and considered in the Court of Common
Plens for Edgefield District, at Edgefield Court
House, on the mninth day of October next, or on
such other day as the Court imay order, during
the term, comomencig on the first Monday in
October next, at said placem.ad all the credi
tors of the said Abrahan W. Roach, are hereby
snmmoned persoally or by attorney. then and
there, in s-tid Court. to shew cause, if any they
can, why the benefit of the Actsafoesaid should
not be *ranted to the said .Abrahmamn W. Roach,
upon his executiing the assignment required by
the Acts aforesaid.
THOS. G. BACON, o.c.P. E).
Clerk's Lffiee. July 5, 1844. 3mn 24
State of South Carolina.
IN THE .COMMON PLEAS.
B ENJAMIN F. JUNES, who has been
arrested, and is now comnfined within the
bounds of the Jail of Edgefield District, by vir
tue of two Writs of Capius ad Satisfaciendum,
at the suits of Charles J. Glover, and Mans
field Hollingsworth, having filed his petition
with a schedule, on natim, of his whole estate
and effects, ivith the purpose of obtaining the
benefit of thr Acts of the General Assembly,
commonly called the Insolvent Debtors Acts.
Public notice is hereby given. That the peti
lion of thesaid Benjamin F. Jones will beihear d
and considered in the Court of Common Pleas
for Edgefielil District. at Edgefield C. House,
on the ninth day of October next.or on such
other day as the Court may order. during the
tern. commencing on the first Mondaty in
October next, at said place; and all the credi
tors of the said Benjamin F. Jones, are hereby
summoned personally or by attorney, then and
there, in said Court. to shew cause, if any they
cma, why the benefit of the Acts aforesaid
should not be granted to the said Benjamin F.
Jones. upon is exectnting tim assignment re
riired by the Acts aforesaid.
THOS- G. BACON, c. c. P. z. D.
Clerk's Office, Z
July 1, 1843. - 5 3m 23
State of South Carolina.
James T aggart. Ex'or. Bill for Apportion
Aaron Lomax, et al. met Ases c
?kN motion of Mr. Perrin, complainant's Sm,.
licitor: Ordered. that time C.ommissionmer
give three months notice, imm the Abbeville
Banner, and sueh other paper as he may deem
ioper, to all thme creditors of Moses Taggart,
ate Ordinary of Ahheville District, now dec'di.,
s well as those having demnands for moneys
eceived by hiim as Ordinary as afr,-smaid,. tis
is individual creditors, at the time of tins death,
whose demands have not been fully andl pro
erly paid by his Executor, to come ini before
tie said Commissioner, and prove their de
nands; amnd that such of thetm as shall not
ome in and prove their demands. on, or before
aperemptory day, to be fixed by the Commis
ioner. which day shall be at least thmee months
from the publication of the said notice, shall be
xcimded front time benefits of this Decree.
[Signedj WM. HARPER.
IIn pursuamace of the said.Dcretaml Order I
ppoinmt Friday', the fist day of November
ext, otn, or helote which, the creditors as afore
aid will appear before mae, anmd prove their
H. A. JONES, c. E. A. P.
Comm'rs, Office, 19) June, 1844.
July3 .3m 23
TO PRINT ERS.
Priting Pape-r, Tiype, Presses, Ink, 4c.
T HIE Subscribers having completed
hatheir arrangements for keeping on
lada general assortment of every article used
y the crant. They have now on hand, and are
rYPE, of afl kinds put up in founts
Hoe's PRESSES, Washington and-Smith
Do Inking Machines, Furniture, Rmtle,
Do Cases, Chases, Stammds, Galleys, &c.
Johnson's (Phila.-) News and Book ink,
Prout's(New York) do. - --. do
-Printing Paper of all sizes and qualities,
Foolscainp. Folio tad Letter Paper,
Enamelled and Common Blank Cards, &c.
The Type we offer to the trade is from the
well known manuftactory of Win. H ager & Co.
New York, wvarranted of the btest metal, and
ast by-hand. -Type front othter founderies will
owever be fuarminshed- when requited. Tme
c:aacter- of H oe's machinery is so wi1 'known
to Printersegenerally, that we eomnsider it unmne
essary to.~recomamend it to them. All orders
for their Machine or Hand, Presses, or any
ther article manufactured by them wvill be ex
cuted by us on the New.York terms.
6 Btoad-street, Charleston, S. C.
[(7 Printers in Georgia, North, and South
arolina, who copy the above any number of
imes during the year.1844, will. be allowed $5
on settlement of theilraccounts where they ex
eed $30, Those who do not intend to deal
with us,- will please not copy.
. April24 6t .. 13
. China, Crockery, ec. J
AGNRAL. assortmettt of OIN
ACROCKERY, and GLASS - a n<w;
siting of'oommoi arid floe Teai Pla ts, ows:,
Pithers, Dishes. Ewers nudfBasins granite,
and ChinaTeasetts; Tumblers,: Wine Glas
ses, Decanters, Lamnps,'Salta, Crnets,&c.:&c.
for sale by -H. A. IIFRICK.
H...u... wmv. 2.5 44
Water Froof,' lN M it e
WAIshOuUE&e ALuCiO X$$ IU50.
' MERCHANTS.-flAMBURG,.' -
EG leave to infr6imtheirridadsid jf
publio geeerally, theii lNE VV'A TNR
PROOF WA REHOUSE, with-large cosve
nient close-Stores attached, is now compliled
and ready for the'reception of -
It is stuated o' the principal street lending
into the business part of the town, four feel
above the highest water mark by actual survey,
entirely remote from all other buildings, which
renders it fire-proof, aid conveniently situated
for loading and unloading wagons.
They are now permanently located in this
place, and pledged not to speculate in Cottor
on their own account, but to give their unidivi
ded attention to the interest of their customers,
and are fully prepaied.to attend to the Salei
Storing and S ing, of
titon, Four* .ecn, oke.
Receiving and Forcarding MERtHAND1SE
purchas, ing Goods to order, tIc. ke.
Their chag'es will be as fullows:--For sel
ling Cotton 25 cents per bale; Shipping do
121 cents per bale. Co'umission for buying or
selling Merchandise and Pr.-dce 2j per cent
Forwarding and Storage, in a1ccordance with
the established rates. All Cotton, .FI')t .
received by the riverfrec from wharlagd. Li
beral advances will be made when, reqmre.
on any consignments made to them.
Hamburg, Septr. 9 tf 33
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS...
T ALBERT CHEATHAM, who has been
arrested, and is now cinfined within the
bounds of the Jail of Edgefield District by virtue
of a capias ad satisfaciendum, at the suit of
John B. Holmes and Butler Williams, having
filed his petition. with aschedule on oath, of
his whole estate and effects, with the purpose
ofobtaining the benefit of the Acts ofthe Gen
eral Assembly, commonly called the Insolvent
Public notice is hereby given, that the peti.
tion of the said Talbert Cheatham will'be henrd
and considered in the Court of Common Pleas
for Edgefield District,at Edgefield Court House,
on the 9th day of October next, or on such other
day as the Court my order, during the term,
commencing on the first Monday in October
next, at said place; and all the creditorsor said
Talbert Cheatham are hereby summoned per.
sonally, or by attorney, th'n and there in said
Court, to show canse, if any they can, why
the benefit of the Acts aforesaid should not be
granted to the said Talbert Cheatham, upon
his executing the assignment required b3 the
T[HOS. G. BACON, c. c. P.'
Clerk's Office, June 18, 1844.
June 19 3m 21
T H E Subscribers respectfully inform their
friends and the public. that they have re
ceived a large and fresh supply ofGOODS,
selected by one of the firn, i New York,, Bos.
ton, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Charleston,
which in addition to their former stock. com
prises the largest and best assorttnent of Goods
ever offered in this market, consisting in part
40 hhds. Porto Rico. New Orleans and
St Croix Sugars,
350 bags Rio. Uuba, Porto Rico, St. Do
- ningo, Java, and Mocha Coffee,
70 hhds. West Inidia Ilolasses,
10 tierces Cuba do.
35 bble. New Orleans do.
70,000 lbs. Bacon. lamns,Sides& Shoulders,
80,000 " Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
5,000 " -English do
3.000 " Band and Hoop Iron,
3,000 " Nail Rods & Horse Shoeshapes,
2,010 " Cast, German. & Blistered Steel,
- 200 satts Wagon Boxes,
J,700 sacks Salt. (bleached sacks,)
2,000 bushels Salt, in bulk,
250 pieces Gunny Bagging,
1,000 lbs. Daging Twine, (Weaver's,)
.150 codls Manilla Dale Rope,
100 do Hemp do do
5,0 "b. obrefined Loaf Sugar,
3,000 " powdered do.
1,000 " single rfndLoaf do.
20 boxes Turpentine Soap,
10 " Sperm Candles.
20 " H ull's patent Candles,
S tierces fresh ground Rice
2,000 lbs. White Lead No. I lJniun Mills,
25 bbl. Canal Flour, (choice brand,)
40 doz. dining, parlor, rocking and
7eases IHats and Caps,
150 casks Stone Lime. (in fine order,)
20 kegs Dupont's FFF g Powder,
1,000 lbs. Bar Lead,
40 boxes Windusv Glass 8x10& 10x12,
130 bags Shot, assorted sizes,
2,500 pair.-. Shoes,
Tea, Peppier, Spice, Ginger, Chocolate.Cin
amon, Ahnonds. Starch, Nutmegs, finie chew
ng Tobacco, Negro Cloths, Blankets, Shoe
Thread, Cotton Yarni. Cotton Cards, Wool
ards, 'racks, Sieves, Plough Lines,- Indigo,
adder, Blue Stone, Copperas, Epsom Salts,
Linseed Oil,.Lamp Oil, a (superior article,)
'race Chainus, Filth .Chains, SmoothigIrons,
rass bound- cedar Buckets, horse' Buckets,,
Pails, Tubs. Keelers, Willow . Wagons, nests
M1easures, Feathers,.&c. &c. &c.. .
SIBLEY & CRA PON.G
Hambuirg July, 1,1843. i f.3
P) ER5orts baving oficial -businessiiAth,
Ime, are informed thbat 1 can be Inid
at the office on every Monday and F ridiyg
as the law. directs; excopt provident'ly
prevented, during the months of' Jutne,
July and August.
JOHN HIL o rD.
May 22, 17 i
Shirtings & Shsee g~.
3 4 -44, 5-4, 6-4. and l241 p~ u
blahdShinling. aad. igs
SJust re;ived by ,
Hamb"- Fe. JOHN 0. -BMORD.
perm. Candles, &c.
~9W HOULE'nd half boxes pr 86Sermn
CAN DLESiachoieaaiel owa ut.
ed to give satisfaction. For slesibxi
retali by . e
Hamburg,~ A pril 20. '- KNRCK
r Bbls. fresh unslacked.ROQ 1MZ
jrt eceived, and for -slebr~'
-SI1BLEY& C 0 -~
H anbnrg, Apil 20 - tgr
Hambrg Ari 2O. 't 4
F HE Subscribeeshaye formeda
.Rsigu rorte lb ,ractice of Law
.F. H. WARLA
Junei~ ~*C. MORAGNE
_011,~ . o
HE ts r ibre.respc I inorm er
, istyine- nd thelieteral
assortiinent o -
spring & SummerGona
ipising an e;tensie ailrtmalfofartialia
for entlemen's Clothi itl atestland
nist fashionable stylegwdhihef repar
ed io mak'e up-in a fushionableand workgan
like inauner. Frot Gentleniwanting any
description, of Clothing they solicit a calas
they feel .'confident in their ability to stiit the
most fastidiou's -.both a the quality andprices
of their Goods.
a1re '4 1844. - 6
H1E aubscriber beg oifr
friends and the V__ a general;
that he is atthis time recemivingau; opening an
STOOK OF GOOD".u.
consisting ii part of DOM ETIC & FA NCY
DRY"GOODS, Hats. Shoe Dj: netsi 'Hard- ,
ware, Crockery WareSdeiid ldles Wips, -
.Groceries, &c All 6f which a he wi
offer on the in - ainte M-eisifnrs ces
and the times wladm ;
to retu h thank. to hi friad oiem
m-unit - 1 for'*the fibetjab
they ha bierred (o. r ten
years e intends ca r~ .
M.erchant T6* *t.
Business, in all its brauches; at llhe9old utaai4 -
and hopes by strict atention to.businessto
merit a continuance of thosefavors.wli'has.e
been soliberally bestowedonhii 't: S
Dec.12 . 4
Dr. ELBERT ELEND,
W OULD repectfully iorm' th-citizes
of Edgeield C. H, adif vioiity,
that hi has oliened 1. office'in'the house.ffor
melly occupied 'by John S. -Jters's law
office, where he'can be foundfatall4 ieei
except when attending professionilbusiness.
He will attend to:any businesafin theoline of
his profession, and hcpesby care dittenton
to receive and deserve a h
May22 . t 7
HE subscribers have formed .,a e
ship in the practice of>LaW foi Edfiefeld
District. Office near Goodman's Hotelm
December 23,1843, 48
CHARLE':TON;Sc 40- 1
IOSEPH WALKER, Agini ofiohn
JT. White's TrPz and S-rzROIN'- FoT -
DaY, hiss constantly on hand an extensive ad
Brass Rule, Cases, Chases Composij .
Sticks. Sec.,Sc f.
And every article required ifa Printing Office.
All of which will be fnrnished at:New York
prices, actualexpenses only addei.--':.a a
The reputation of this Foundry isbelieed to
be' fully established, h:aving.been founded up
wards of Thirty Years, and reference-is confi
dently made to many leading Journails of-the
News-paper of all izeediam Duble
Medinm. &c. --
PRINTING IN. - -
News, Book, and Colored Inks, of the bes -
quality and lowest pries.
ank Book Manufactory,-.:
PAPER AND STATIONERY.
Always on hand, a large ausortmentiof Bais
Boons, made of the best paperad bhun1 in
the sirongest manner.' Bank,- P bc-Of
flces, Merchants and othdr,,can, ave: jieir
Account Booksruled nnd bound fo any'pat
tern, in the best man.nerat~rsst lces.
Also,-A. large stock of WRITING PAPERS
of all kinds, for sale low.:.-..
Also,--Ao extensive assortment ofEFINE STA
TION ERY, of every kind, including Blank
and Enamelled Cards.
Also,-BINDERS' MlATERIALS efallikinds,
Pasie Board, Leather, f 17
May 22 i 1
Fankily Groceries. -
THE Sibscriber respectfully informs biia
.tfriends and thfe public generally, that he
offers for Male, at the brick store formerly occir
pied by Messrsi Sibley & Crapon, nearl ;op-'
posite.Mr. James Huibbar.d's Hotel,.a large
and goneralnaortment of G ROCERIES, par
ticularly adapted to the wants of families, con
sising in prt of
Ne rleans, Porto Rico, and St. Crois
Lumnploat. crushed & podred Sugars,
Cluba,-Rio and Java COFFEE,
Back, Hyson, Gunpowder and Imperial!
West India and,.New Orleans:Molasses,
.usPae~ Candles, 4s,5s, & G.
Canal Flour, in whole anid half barrels
6 casks prime Goshen Cheese,.
20 boxes -do. do. do, -
Buckwheat in 1-4 andi 8 barrelsA~'
Pickles in 1-2gal. jars, qis. andipiti
-Tomato Ketchup -do.: - do.s
Wanutg do.. ', -.. -do. .
50 sk Liverpool-Salt, (leachea sacks,)
50.4bxeiTbTO" do. (afne artiefe y
25 brls. Irish Potates,: (Roan)
cards, pails buckets,tubs keelers, pig'gins,-in.
dgo, madder. coppers rice, lard,:chocolate,
Duner a tnuevu ven 1M~UlfUet 0494
Kdbseuitriewson. hus :i pIgaeeraq~egeW*
ter.,rackers, butter. eraekere, -pilot aa
mouds, cairranits,oitron,cloves, nutqPPL
cinnamon, pepper, bpice, tiogery, r
Barley. maccaroni, veei.1 e~ ,uu
starch, West tadia antd AinrtatperQ.
Pesons visiting Hamburg. are respctul
requested to call-andexaiiiaTnd-folmslvs.
Hmbisrg, rfpr. .6 as 1f1 .44,
imAAA, Teneriffe;Port, Sl8jii"M
LEMaduira WIN ES, " .
iswei-in and HollandGIN,1 * 3
.American-and Cognac:BRANDY, pte
~Oid.ach and Apple: o. 0
AAresh supply ofehoio PORTI ao l
~in quarts and pints. For sa~
Confeplipnsr &. 6 '
FRESH supyy any Sua ilnb,,
alnl :Nyts -aglish a a tesAlmutodi
-. - H'A. NRICK
ilambura-. April20. tf 33