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eregat Tafor iSno.o
I Il bscrier is just r dlram
ffico. York his FAL; SUPPLY OF
MERCHANT TAILOR'S GOODS;Pconist.
ogin part of
Sup. Sup.- Wool Dyed BlaikCloth
- . Striped
Checked audlainTweeds Cloth for Sacks,
Ckeclced SilkVelvet Vestings,
Sup. Black Satin,
Black and Fi red Scarfrand Cravats.
Suspenders= ks,ioalarsinglPts, &c
All of which b ffia for -sale at.reasonabh
prices, and begs those wishing to iflothini
tocrive him a call.. - .
'he is prepared to make ClothingIup in tle
latest style and in.tha 6bstmanne, and Bfattera
himiself that by hisldng ezigriencen businest
he will be able to.please those. who may favoi
him with their patro nage.
Oct.2 .. tf 36
IYIEIGS & Cr00LG&A N,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
AVE now-on hand, a beautiful assortmen
of Goods, selected with. great care, f6 on
the latest importations, among which may be
French, Englhshtind merican, Black,.Blue
and fancy colored oloths.
French, English and American, Black and
Velvet, Satin, Silk and Cashmere 'Vstings
Glorcs, Stocks, Scarfs. Handkerchiefs. Hats
Caps, ore . kc.,
with many other articles usually foutid in sucl
Allkinds of GENTLE MEN'S CLOTlllNG
made up in the most fashionable manner.
A share of patronage is respectfully solici
Oct. 20, if 40
AT EDGEFIELD C. IT..
(Opposite the Plunter's Hotel.)
To all who look to their own interest, ant
bear in mind that a penny sared i6 a penni
I AVING teceived and are still receiving t
I splendid assortmentof Fall and Win.
ter.Goods, which we will sell at a sial
advadce, for CAsu,we hope that onr friendt
and the-public in- general-will give us "t call
and examine for tle..selves, and they will allow
that our establishment has justly merited the
appellation of the "Cheap Cash Store !"
The following are a fev of the articles. viz:
10.4 Satin Shawls, at 8 00, worth $15
10 4 Thibet, " "2-50, worth $5
10.4 Damacins " 2 00. worth $4
For Ladies' Dresses.
Cashmeres, Popplines, Muslins de Lmnes.
Allpacka's, Merinoeg, French, English and
American Prints, front 64 upwurds.
Black, Slate and White Hoseries, from 24
cents a pair, upwards.
Ladies and Children's litts, from 64 cents
Also, a large assortment of Gentlemen's Cloth
ing, consisting of
Blanket Coats, Frock and Over Coats. Pants.
Vests, Caps, Hats,and Negro Clothing, .c,,
at Charleston Prices.
Domestics,"Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, Sad
diery, Groceries, M edicines, Tin-W are. and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
We assure our customers and the public, to
,whom we are ttankful for past patronage, that
we will always endeavor to sell at the loicest
prices,and butinuatnce of their patronage is
J. COHN &GO.
Oct. 9, tf 37
Fresh Fall & Winter Goods.
T H E Subscribers beg leave to annonee
to their cu.tomers an-! the public gen-.
c'rally, that they have just received f rom Nec
York, their stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
enabracing almost every variety of Ianry and
Staple Goods, usually kept in our na;rket,
amongst th~et n good stock of
'KZerseys, Blankets, Negro Shoes, Hlts,
Capis and Saddlery, Hardware aind
Cutlery, Crockery, 8,c., &fc.,
they invite the attention of t he public generally
to call and examine thetr stuck, and they will
TRY to give satisfaction.
PRESLEY & ISRYAN.
Oct.9 9tf 37
New Fall and Winter Goods.
T H E ubscribers have received their new
FALL AND WINTERt GOODS,
embracing a- general assortmtetnt of desirable
-4nd handsome Staple and Fancy Goods, snited
to the season.
Groceries, Hats, Shocs, Hardwcare, Saddlery,
of Sdhoot Books and Stationery,
ell ofvhich they will sell on accomtmodating
* ~ terms..
G. L. & E. PENN.
Oct.9. . f 37
T HE Subscribers has just -received htis
FALL and WINTER Stock of Goods,
bought in New Yorkat the lowest prices of the
season, and lhe nowaare'themi to his frienuds
and the community in gsseral, on snch ems
uts wilt not fail to please the-most carefu! and
-H& All Persons indebted to Goode & Lyon;
or to S. F. Goode, preioums to the first of Jatn
uary, 1844,..are earnestly rcegnested to call and
settle wvithout delay. . S. F. G.
*Oct14, 1844 tf 3b
TUHE tibsribers are now receiving - ad
eyojening at their~.Store, a large assort
,ntent of DRY GOODS, of the latest anL most
fashionable styles. -LO
SHOES,: HATS AND CA s,
HARDWARE. CROCEERY. SADDLERT ,.&3., &c.
to whlich they respectfully invite thajitiention
of the commnnity. -
Give uia call, for we got our Gnods to sell.
7 BLAND & BUTLER.
Oct.~ *j.tf - 36
Ulittr, Cheese, &c.
) I~k b. BestCH EESE,
~~P.F~oolbs..GOSH EN BUTTER, a
A lot of ti~~t Chewing Tacc and
On cnsignment, a 4et eBACON, (ed i n
this Di rtct)
* ,* .DLAN &
State of .So0Ti 1irdla
John-W"Heafst, vs. Bill for
Patrick C. McOwen, Partition
BY virtue of an order -of ftie .Conrt of
' Equity. I will sell, at Edgeficld Court
House. on the First Monday in December
next. the following tracts of land, as part of the
real estate of the late Col. John Hearst, on a
credit, (except the costs, which will be required
in cash,) of one and two yeaas, the purchasers
giving bond and Recurity, and a mortgage of
the premises, viz:
1. Tract;No. 4, called the Range Tract, sit
unate a part in Edgefleld; and a part in Abbeville
District, containing six hundred (600) acres,
more or les, adjoining lands or Daniel New
Edward 'Atcheson, George Henderson, and
2. The Moore Old Field Tract, situate in
Edgefield District, containing about one hun
dred (100) acres, more orless, adjoining ainds
of V. [. Kantz, A. T. Traylor, David. Rush,
3. The Jordan Tract, situatein Edgefield
District, contiining one hundred (100) acres
more or. less, adjoining lands of Nathan San
ders, George Garner, C Wethington, and oth
4. A Tract situate in Edgefried 'District,
near the Steam Saw, Mill, containing about
eighty (80) acres, more or-less.
:"C.This last mentioned tract will he more par
ticularly described on t he day of sale.
11. A. JONES. c. E. A. D
Commissione-'s Ofce,.OcL 28 . -5t 40
State of South ai'olina.
. IN EQUITY.
George Holloway and )
wife and others, . Bill for . Par
vs. ition and Ac
John Rochell count.,
and others. I
..IT appearing to my satisfaction that Bar
tholomew S. Adams, John Tompkins of
Tennessee, and his wife Susan, John Gibson,
James Atchison and his wife Sarah. Ophelia
Barker, William Adams, James Adams. Thos.
AdamsJeremiah Barnet and his wire Julia,
James Stallsworth, Callowny Stallsworth, Park
Stallsworth, Jackson Stallsworth. Nicholas
Stallsworth and Nancy Stallsworth, Defend.
ants in this suit, reside without the limits ofthis
State, on motion of Mr. Carroll, ;omplainant.
Solicitor, it is ordered, that the above - named 1
defendants do pl:ad, answer or demur to the
complainants said bill of complain-s within three
tmontls from the publication hereof. or the
said bill will be taken pro coifesso against
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D.
October 25 3m . 37
State of South Carolina.
Bates Wrenn, Joshua Harris )
and others, A iplicants vs. Partition for
Win. Wrenn, Mack Wrenn the sae of
and Jackson Wrenn, De Real Estate.
I T appearing to my satisfaction, that Wm.
Wreon, Mack Wrenn,and Jackson Wrenn,
Delendants, resides without this state, it is
therefore ordered, that they do -appear and ob
ject to the division or sale of the Real Estate of
Bates Wrenn, sen., deceased, on or before the
first Monday in Janiuary next. or their consent
to the same will be entered of record.
JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
Oct 1, 1844 12,w 36
State of South' Carolina.
Charles Jones and wife Applicants Summons
vs. z in
B. F. Jones and others Defendants. i Partition.
I T appearing to my satisfacton, that Wil
hiam Jones and Mary Ann Cotter, wife of I
John Cotter, formerly Jones, resides without
the limits of this State. It is iherefore or dered,
that they do appear and object to the division I
and sale of the real estate ot' Jose ph P. Jones,
Senr., deceased, on or before the first Monday
in Janutary next, or their consent will be enter-t
ed of Record.
- JOhN HILL,o0 .E.D.
Nov. 4th, 18-d4. 41 121t
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMM1ON PLE~AS.
John .B. Rountree, Declaration inL
George Ksler Foreign Attachtmet.
T.II E Panifhaving this day filed his De- a
N.claratint itn ry Office. and the Defendaintt
having uao wife or Attorney known, to be with
in the State. on whom a copy of the same, with
a rule to plead cian be served. It is ordered, C
that the Defendant plead to the said D'clra- 5
tion within a year tad a daty, or final and abso
lute judgneut will be given against him.
THOMAS G. BACON, c. c. v. E
Clerk's Office, Nov. 11th, 1844.
Nov.I 13 y 42 e
State of'South Carolina, j
EDGEIFIELD DISTRICT. 1
C. J. Glover, )Declaration in C
5s. Foreign Attachs
James II. Hlartison. ) menit..
Te Same, Declaration in Foeg t
the sme. ne
FH E Plaitntiff in the ;bove stated. cases hav.t
ing this day filed his.eclgrations in my I
office, and'the defendants' having tno .wife or F
attoi-neys known tobe within the limits ofthis S
'State,,.e0whom .,copyrof said declarations I
"with~a rule to p lead ,can beiservedl: Jt is there
fore ordered, that the said det'endants do pIend r
Ao-the said declarations,.within a year 'and a J
day from the publication of this orde'r, or final h
and absolute judgmnent will be awarded againat i
THOMAS G. BACON, c.c. r,
Clerk's Oct. 31, 1844 ly 41
State-of South Carolina,
'EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. a
T3 OLLED before me lby Jacob Green, liv- d
king near -Mcuntaina Creek Church, one r
iron gray Horse, comm'on size. tabout eg~ht
gears old, a kaot on thre ankle of his right hand C
leg, ankle of right fore' leg swvollen, with sonie I
~ppearance of sweeny inasame,tolerably newly tI
shaod-alI..aroung, widhgbout a foot of the end of ti
his tailavbite., :A ppraised by gohan allc.11anus. 'd
We.a. C. Clegg and James Mce3anws, o)be
vprth liv4 dollars..
.1. qQATTLEBUM, Magistrate. It
LLPers'ons indtebted .to the Estate of the S
late 'David Richardson, deceased, are re- c
edested to make payment by the first 'day of o
January nextz as longer indulgence will not be b
givens:All'persons having-anydetmatndagainast a
said Estate; are likewise requzested -to present.
them as the law dircects. '-" -'- - e
i . M. RICHARDSON, Exe- r
.1. S. GUIGNjARD, .. ''os
ma'a-t f 41
Saturday. venig Messenger,
A WeedUy Family Nespaper,
)evoted to;Literature Temperance, .'Mornis,
At, Science, Agricult fre, and : Geneial In
telligence; to be published in the City ofAn
BY W. T. THOMPSON.
Entertaining the belief that a Press, main
aining a strictly neuitral position in Politics
ind yet neither so -pretendintg -or exclsive'in
ts devotion to Literature,- as to preclude the
liscussion of the ordinary eubjects of practi
tal interest-would,-i..properly conducted; re'
:ive the approbation and cordial sigpport.of a
arge portion of the Southern public, the sub'
criber has determined upon the establishment
sfsuch a paper in.Augnata, under the. title of
lie Saturday Evening lessenger.
The present time-when tle heated discus
ion of Party politics is about to subside. and
befublic mind, long surfeited with the 'dis
:ordint elaamer of wrangling factions, is' about
1o cool down, it is to be hoped, to at least a
'enperare dcgree-is regarded as a favorite cri*
dsi for alth introduction of the cnrrent intelli
lence'of the day, in which TrUTumay find its
vaay ti the Faumilv Fireside free from the sus
iicion of party bias. Thnt such a press would
upply an important desideatum in the litera
ure ofour section,we have'the concurrent jtidg.
nents of nany worthy advisers to attest-adn
liat the plan in expedient is abundantdy esiab
ished by the almost universal success of simi
arjournals in other parts of the country. We
,aniot, theref'ore, permit ourself to doubt but
hit one respectable "Family Newspaper"
vould be amply sustained at the South, and we
rust that we do not count-too highly upon our
iaxiliary resources, or overrate the advanta
yes of iur own Editorial experience, when we
udilge .he hope that we will he able to make
lie Messenger worthy that appellation.
The design of the Messenger is to combine
lie ueful with the entertaining-to instruct as
vell as amuse. With this view its contents
,ill be carefully compiled and arraiged. thro'
mt its various departments, to meet the wants
and s-jit the tastes of the various classes of rea
lers; and while it shall pre ent the feature of a
'all, comprdensive, mascellancous newspaper,
-mbracing every thing that can be brought
vithin the range ofhe Newsgatherer and the
iteratenr. it will be the constant aim of the Ed
tor to prereive it in a high moral tone,that shall
ender it unexceptionable even to the most fas
The Messenger will he identified wich south.
rn imterests, and while it will be ever prompt
and firm in the maintenance of southeri insti
titions and southern rights, it willseduoinsly ab
tain from the too coimamon indulgence of see
ional prejudice-while it will watch the en
roachments of northern fanaticism, it will be
vithout motive either to magnify the danger or
lisguise the truth.
The plan of the Messenger will embrace the
Romance. Under this head each number will
:ontain a choice 6rigial or selected Tale which
vill be preferred for the wholesome moral truth
t may enforce, rather than the anthor's seces
ul dalliance with the passions and sympathies
ifthe heart. It being the provinee of modern
iction to teach as well as entertairr, such sto
,ies only as combine the ritile delci will find enr
-ency in the papers of the Messenger.
AMscdlany. Under this head we shall enden
ror to give the readersofthe Messenger a choice
,-ariety of agreeable matter, with occasional
ir:icles of A more solid and important.charac ter.
Fireside fteadings. Pains will be taken to
nake this department of the Messenger nccep
able to the Family Circle. by selecting for it,
'roam the best writers, short moral Essays and
Poens, such as are calculated to engage. not
ax the attention, while they prompt the pions
nind to devotional thonglts.
The PotiticaV'ord. Irihis de partment will
.ontain the current Political News ofthe day,
ccounts of the artings and doings of the Na.
ional and State Legislatures, official returns of
mportant Elections, movements of prominent
en, and whatever else of interest that may be
iven without trenching upon party ground.
AgriculturaL Department. 'lhe planter wvill
aid a portion of the Messenger devoted to his
special interests, in which will be' given sea
oniable articles on Agricultural subjects, drawn
rm the most reliable sources.
Foreign Nercs Tnuder this head will be fonnd
careful comapilation of the latest Foreign In
elihgence, inm which, whaateve'r is of ii.aerest to
me American reader will be given at lenagth.
Temperance. A liberal space wvill be devoted
>the advocacy of the Temperance cause, in
'hichi will be brought to bear all the influence
t'siiasion, warning, and reproor', with occa. ion.
isallies of pleaseatry aid ridicule.
The C'ommearciaL World. Each nuamber of the
lesssug~er will containa a careful review of the
suguuta Market, an Exchange Table. and Ta
lc of Prices Current, wihm suach selectionis from
areign sources as will put the reader in pes
ssion of the fullest info~rmuationm in reference
athe stare of trade.
Poetry. At least one of the "Nine"''will find
home in the Messenger-bait she will not tol
rate bad verse, even though it be originjal. We
hall use the Attic seasoninig., but. sparsely,
aerefore it must needs be savory. thoiugh .we
lay be driven occasionally to cicunrage for
ignm manufacturer In alltcases, however. pref
rence will be given to the 'domestic articepf
Ladies Departmena. Wlise itwill be the aim
f the Ed itor to amake the entire conteatse of the
lessenger acceptable to his ladf readers; this
cad wvill indicate the column devoted more cx
lusively to their -particular intereasts.
Yovtk's Depairtincut; Under this head will be
rranged amatter adapted to .te~tasto and eapa
ity of'juvenile readers
Original ICommunications. Under this head
rIl appear the miscellaneous contributions of
a,- sorrespondents of the Messenger. to whomn
ie Editor will give lree scope .to discuss-all
rolper matters of general itntet est. simply re
ricting thema to the':hoends~of Netalrality tin
'otaiics and Religion. -'
Major'Jones' Corner..Having.elFeoted an ar
mgement with uur old friend,~ MarjorIoseph
ones,'of-Pineville-the same whose Courtship
as been given to the world-byL which we
ave secaurede~his Editorial assistance,lhe: hu
erouas'departmenst of the paper .will be under
is sole and especial charge. - From his Cotr
erwhich will be~adornecdby adull languh like
ess of himself, the Major-wllold'Aisavvaekly'
arlance wvitha the reader-s ofthe Messenger,;
a which he will discourse ofnen and mapers'
a theyr are aand as they ought to be, of santeis
tad thinas thaey~ are, and.-of his .Pieville
stations and friends in particular.~
Thre Editorial Department wall bpumndar thae
Imrge of the aubscriber. Of ibis fcaidi oftihe
aper, it -becomes him not .to spe li~araer
an o lede imslfto the i:nstoreier
on of hisbestabilitietd~endei/the aier.
orthay of,teaonage.o a.i jbi .e
Thisat.-47e Saturdays Ew:en~Mses~
ill he published onanm : r sL~aaeetof the
rgest ~e; thyj-6- ices;)emabracing
hoeniy Es iscolummnsofreading matter. The
abscrithion >rigee 3. per anu:fn i~
>py, or 115fr twvo copies, paya14l~~nby
i the receipt of -the' fust number~i~wh
a issued on Saturday,1ihe 4th day of Feliruary
11TAll who are desirous oF euncouraging tis
itablishment of such a paper 'at the Sotl(Me~a
quested to send-in their names (free ofrpos.
ge,) by the first of December.
Nov. 21844 *41
IN TB&fCOb -T QDJAY,
Samiiu ia~je~dnfzimt ro~t.
-, RchardHa deceased .
The Distribntees o the said ichard:
* Hardy, decease4.;. ., _j
W H EREAS the said Samiel Cartl ei
Adtnistrair 'of Ricihardai.1*ziry'dea ed.
has made applicition to me, to account for-and
settle up'all his transactionsnas Admiinistrator,
on said Estite, Theseire.the:efoie to cite and
admonish, all and singilar, the Distributee'of
the Estate of the said-Richard-Hardy.decased,
to wit: Thomas Hardy, Jamea Hardy; Richard.
Hardy, Abner Glanton and Tavy his wife, Ja.
cob Leeins.-and his wife Martha, Lucy-Parks
widow of John Parls, deceased, Iantes Kei
and Eliza Key, children of ElizaKeydeceased,
Oiantly- Tompkins- and 'Furman Tompkins,.
children of Susan Tompkins,.deceased, the legal
representatives "of Nancr Howerton; diea
sed, who was the wife'of James Howiertoniaud
danghter bf.sai(. Richard Hardy, dieeased,
Eliznbeth Hardy . the youngest danihter, and
Mary Hidy, the widow of the Said' Richaid
Hardy, to be and appear before me .in mybl
fice, at Edgefield Court House,,on Monday
the Ols -day of Februar*y next, to show cause.
itnny they have. why the accounts of the said
Samuel Caruledge should not be finally accep
ted and received, and a final settlement and
dectee made upon his Administration upon the
Estate of the said Richard Hardy, deceased.
Giren tinder my Iland and seal-this the 21s
.. JOHN HILL,o.F.D.
Oct.23 tf 39
Allum Spring Pills,
For Lhe Cure of Dyspepsia, Scrofulus and'
T HESE PILLS are prepared by-Dr.
- S. R. Campbell; from the water of
the highly celebrated Mineral Springs in
Rockbridge county Virginia, called the
These Pillsjike the water from which
they are prepaid, are a diuretic, promot-.
ing the secretion of urine and an alterative,
increatiug the secretious of the glandular
system generally, and particularlyof the
liver. They act gently, but efreidually
upon the bowels; afteg two or tlir'di ays'
use of them, producinj copious dark, bil
They also effect a determiuatiozi'to she
surface, increasing the persniration ; there
fore, they are-a great purifier.of the blood,
and equaliser of the circulation. Each
pill is equal to a common glass of-tlie wa
ter. They should be taken before each
meal, and from six to ten or twelve should
be taken in the course of eaehday, for,a
fortnight, and the omit them for rhe same
period. For the cure of the above diseas
es, perseverance in the use of these Pills,
is all important; and if they are perseser
ingly used, every alternate fortnight, a cie
may more certainly he expected, than'un
der any other treatment heretofore disco
vered, except from the use of the water,
frot which they are prepared, eitherlby an
attendance at the Springs or otherwise.
They very speedily- cure diarrhoeas, -at
tended with acidity of tho stomach, and
are a very useful reimedy for the aummer
bowel compfaint in chifrda, as also for
expelling wormsfroth'childrei.' From one
to four should be given in three equal por
ions each day, to a child uidersig Years,.
nccording to age. When givintio childrin,
-they shoulde-reidered niaisediith
syrup. These Pills are et'sily takei, 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. TiaezTTs, Edgefield
Court House, South Carolina.
Apr1 7 If 21
State of South Carolina.
-IN THlE CGMMON PLEAS.
Josiah J. Eyan, Declaraiona in For
W m~'itzroy. eign Attachment.
Josiah JL Ryan, )Dedaiation in
vs. FrorezgW Attach
Fitzroy & Melunis. m ,ent.
T HE Plaiutiffs having this day~ filed
their declarations in the above stated
cases in my office, and ihe 'defendants
having no wife or attorneys known tobe
within the limits of this'State, on whot a
copy of caid declarations with arule to
plead can be served t It- ts ordefed. that
the said ddfendants do plead'to' lhe-said
declaraiions. within a yeartand haday
from the publication of tis order,'or fiial;
and absolu'6 judgment will be awarded
-GEOPOPE, c. c. .
Clerks Office, May 6, 1844.
May 8, 15 ly'.
State of South Ca'blins
EDGEFIELD. DISTE1CT. ~
WE 'acsyeC. .tcmntr
Win. Fitzroy.,- '
V HE Plaintif having this day filed his
Jdeclaration-in my-officeiend the De
fendanthawiogno.:wife or -Etomby~iiow
to be withinethe State, ohoaiirb' &cepy.
of- the seime..with .arule tNpend.:can be
served It lis ordered.:thatifheNIDefendsa
plead to the saidadecieatini siithin ayear
and a day, or final and absolute Jagemen
will be given ngainst-him.
Clerk's Gffceprir'3B40 &
State of Souti4 1na.
O r S-imps
5. G. Fades.
HU lE PlaintSA~dli de
havngno ae errgs
the State, on-who 0 .W~a~isith a
rule to plead, catsfbei ., t ehist
the defendant atiroa
.wi-iisaear' an beft
judgement wil b jiug nst ni ,R
Clek'ao fce ,.
BOOTS AND RU@ES.
T HS bseuiber Wvnld resipectfullyinfoirm
the citizens of Edgefield District, that he
has on hand-a good assortment of home made
BOOTS and SHOES, which he will sell cheap
for cash, and: on n reasonable'and ap'roved
credit. Also, a small lot of Northern VEGED
Boors, a'fiist rate article, at the low price ofr 3
Also on hand, a large lot of homie made
PLANTATION SHOES, of the very first
quality, which will be sold in lots to suit pur
chasers. Persons in want of Negroe Shoes will
find it to their-interest to calland examine them
before p'irchasinzg elsewhere.
E. C. REMER.
Sept. 25 tf 35
Fall and Winter Goods.
WM. KETCHAM & CO.,
HA2sun, S. C. -
RE now receiving their FALL.NWIN
-TER stock of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Ninuo CLOTHS, B:.AnxErs, BOLTING CLOTHS,
CARPETNO, BONSETs anid
d the:N6 and fishiohable articles for Ladies
and Gentli n's wcear.
We havii pleted such arrangements as
will put us ie receipt of ncr Goods tcccldy,
during thebii ness season, so that all the new
styles-ofl;siiOs goods can be found at our
Store, as good - t and cheap as the chcap.
est. as fast as they ppear in the New York
THE ATERCHAN' *AILOR SHOP,
will still he-coinducted
By Mr. G. lV -1CKINSON.
A flie assortment of Cloths. Casitneres, Ves
tings and Tailor's Trinnings- constantly on
WA. KETCiAM & CO.
September 11, t ;.3
r 1E Subscrilers have formed a-Cotariner
ship, nuder the firm of.-KENRICK &
THAYER, for the transaction, of a GENERAL
.Gnocenv BusinEss, at the old stand occupied
by I1. A. Kendrick, nearly opposite J. 0. B.
Ford. .1H.-A KENRICK.
The undersigned.avails himself or this occa
I sion, to return his thanks to. his friends and
customers. lor the liberal patronage heretofore
enjoyed by him, and trusts-the same will be ex
tended to the new concern.
H.. A. KENPICK.
Oct. 23. 1841. 3t 39
1844 :OTOBER 16,
JUST REcEIVED BY
WYL IKETCRAM & CO.,
H AMBURG, S. C.,
7 IESANS. Rich Satin Striped Chusans,
. Muslin de Laines. Cashmere de Laines.
Crape de Laines, Cashmere de Ecosce, real
Silk warp Alpacca. rich flired Alpacca, Par
isines,' Phillippians. Ta'Teionic, Bombazines,
Black and Colored Silks, Figured and Plain,
(very rich.) Foulard Silks, Orleans Cloths.
Gimips and trimmings, rich Prints, a very large
1,000 Yards SpIendid Carpets, Cheap,
And a general and full assottmnent of Fancy
and Stapic Dry Goods.
Oct.16 (Rep.) st 39
GENER AL COMN1SSION BUSINESS
Water Proof. and No Mistake
H AM1B3lG, S. C.
T H E Subscribers still continue at the above
stand. to RECEIVE and sTORE, SELL or
Cotton, Flour, Bacon, &c.
irtcclvE ANDi F onvARD
Purchse GOO DS to order, &c. &c.
Produce sean to hem with instructions as to
its'disposal, shall be ruO5IrrTLY attended to, and
orders. ini every iinstaiice, strictly obeyed.
Feecliing grateful for pa3stlevors, they respect
fully solicit a continuance of the same
11. L. JEFFERS & CO.
H amburg, August 24, 1844 6am 31
IIAhaJJIIJRG, s. C.
T LE Sutbscribers have connected them
selves in dhe WVARE-lOUSE AND
C0.(All ON B3USlNESS, at the ol stand of
G. WALKR.xn under the firm of
W ALK EIE & P EAR S ON,.
They wvould beg leave to offer thieir services
to tbeir friends anid the public generally, in the
transaction of a Costanussios BusiNEss, in all
its braniches. They are prepared to attend to
the Sale,.Storagc and Skipping of CottoD, Ba
cen, Flour, and other P'roduce. Receiving and
Forwaarding Goor's, purchasing to order, cr-c. $jre.
Thley feel assured Iromi thme favorable location
of their 4 are-House, well known to the pub.
lie as the WATER PROOF WARE HOUSE.
aind for its many advantages in point ot location,
and from theolongJ experience of Mir. Walker in
the Cotton-busiuiiness. Hho will devote his per
sonail attention to the sales of Cotton. and
from.their deteiamtion .to devote their undi
vided attendion to thme business, they will be
able to give geuieral saiisfacin.
Their charges vill he for selling cotton 25 cents
perT bale; for shii:viog.do,1l24 cents; forsellirng all
other priiduce 2.3 per cent.; 25 cents per, pack
.ige foir receiving and lorwarding Merchanmdise.
Nocoimnission wvill be charoed onii-outamers
for the pmurchsing of goriWs.Huigi fine
Wharuf attached to orWr-ossn
Whiarfage will he charged on Cotton a6nsigned.
to our care, either fomr samle or to be shpped 1)s
Sai an nah or Charleston. Liberal adyics'ion
produce conmsignied to us. will be made when
W1e pledge enetselves hat to speculate in or
lpnrchiase oiie bate oh Cotton, diut devote an sjn
divided attention to the initerest of our customers
which wve hope will insure nuia libehi-;tron
-Yours, Respec4fully, -
WVALKER & PEARSON.
1. L. PEA RSON
I avail myself rf~pesent occasion to re
turn my thaisks eQui rids ad patroi for
their liberal s ii8luing thme pajt four years;
and I asra miTproperly apgrecmate'thdir
kindnesndn Snfdence.; and in return will!
use mflttional efforts to protect their
intetesth&lied ifided to Walker & Pearson,
for. wviodmil would solicit your confidence andl
Seytet:nber4, . * *32
ALL -psindebfed to the Estate of D.
~.W.Thlt,.deceaised. are requestad to
miake paymetitniediately, and thiose having
demands agajnst said Estat& wdll pr'esent them!:
according tolliwt f6r'i nieni:
t # TLS. od . 1!; T
mostndi ^sr2 i 6dlie
itered foiyeira fro ere
T, o pr l - oI
warrantedio be iawtei iib s
iie in use'".
tions.< - 'q ?%
- venid , h4J3Uj
It is esiae l
nually from the fec
vast mltalky copld mstretw
oGs, Ever'.faniily di
should not fail todke [I
in the' huse 2isd:' inin Gi h
symptoms indicate thiep ei i a
gerous ad-esintiel ptl
-- Thie folin'g estra e 01.
tan Gasette, speaks isei
have ever used tpis iuable ; aror
"From paoe noiedgse, ~e~ -
sur sn recen ns I i
the best Worin extant.-0Ci1e
toil-cry for 1c a ed the n as
17. A fireh supply se nd for
sale, by :
Only 25 Cents p abox . rditMcions
.Oct,30' . 6 4
Tooth-ache? .T o- 0 . '
R LACOUNT'S IX if spjsdy
I. certain/and lasting cure oi.e. most
painful and distres'sing- disesi illateau:Nfiect
Tooth-ache it arises from a'decayed 'aep
the paits,which xeigose to'the ioit ib e
atmospbetic air,.the n'erveyorjiiternal isdniface
of the copious.orrotten tooth, and-a cure niust
be effected 'ther by extrattion:or der.
ing those imperibus :tifc -f the
Dp.Lacount'd Eliitjss r'icla i.ed
to destroy-the nerve, wi out the i -
jdrv to the'ouieieth,.dkna efet a
tended by the slightest rpai siennyeiei. e
TThousandehave aclariedthatliaey Would
not be wittintthis pr ition.'ifit $ 0
per~ vial. -
. rice, 50, Cent
For sale in. dgefiefd, by.
g Oct. 30C:. -4
itehery ors o en atcus es
soneof my1o1pebts,'nd I eilJbe nepasy
for me to do so to collec first wha aowa
to me. Mun fqthe6N: tiiie"t;. reand
four years ol Longerindulgec w 7ilkbht
Look edk ead ft-AreAkerS.
LL Persons indebted to thsesu . erw by
-Note or'oth' is, ivhichsa .kdeon
thoIst Januauy;. 5, re earnetly reqested
-to -make '
ing.in debt nyself;I am--tomppfto.-olect
what is justly owing me,'to enab t g
whail owe& I hope all'Will -'due-.
hereor, and act accordisigly.. r'&: -(:1
State of South O'iiWEiA
. EDGZEIlELD ISTRICIV .u
Robert . Burtomr living near Duutunpille,
Tolls beforeime a snialll htlbayahorse .withI
both' hind feeteliieta'bo'et een hiinds'hih
and six year*idid,166o brand~os'rnlh zs,
appsraised at twenty-d)llars, .,. .:g..
Nov 2d 184 ~ 1:4t 42
T HE Books and Accounts ofE M or,
Aent,.aire in our possession. ,All per
ons-indebied to herasIreqiuested to call'onm tie
ubscribers and settle their accountse as this' is
necessar to a settlement, betwsthepartics
Sept.]l . tc.. r 3 '
nsj~ indebted to the state oJol
AlBus.2d -e...d are reg..tea tomake
payment forthwith, and'0 thet creditors: afduild
Estate to present their. demands indue form,
to SILES BRUCE"Ezecutor'
- - .,-z. f John DBsisbdee'd."
Oct320 4t..-- .402
'nars "Offi'ce, dul 'a'teno h 10th do o
ALL reisons havi e sasa1 the
atteed .and those indelitpd pykhcEstatei
piease comid fo ar~ataa p.
O0ct.30 .- i 44
'All per'sons indcbi to oil r
.ia~rW: CourseggdeedsE,at to
make-ismmediate pgginentjand ld ~a~ids.
ma'nds to ''reslt thea. duatt q4i
aite grese ibed by law A)i - rt
estl.Itate of Willham Roberbdtson
S~bDeceiir,as the eab b te
unediate tereafth~ "i I11
S and Sio tr
I eMouf2 -
-o toret the next eleetion
Oc. ~'t 40