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e wigs, and hold fast to thi
HESE Pills are no longer among those
qf doubtfuO atility. They have passed
away fr6m the thousands daily launched on
the ''ide of experiment," and now stand highet
in reputation, and, are becming more exten
tsively naed; than any other medicine:ever pre
.pared. Theyhave beenintroduced. intoevery
place where it hasbeen fnund possible tocarry
diem; and there are few towns, or villages,
ibt .contain some. remarkable evidences of
,their good.effecs. But .it is not .necessaryto
.adveiid them at large, or to say any thing
furthercftthen, than to 07cauton thosewish
-ug topurthase Antibillious Family Medicine,
to be particular tb enquire: for.SPENCERt'S
VEGETABLE:f'LLS: as there are numer
ts ipreparations puton sale almost every day,
of-doubtful efficacy. To satisfy the word of
ti bl o of this .Meiciii, I
Aviul. simply obe iftit han beau lung
.'ied by some of the leading lighis of the pro
feision 'in their extensive practie, and is now
prepared with grea-care, and upba scientific
and chemical 'principles, for general use, by
the resent p0roprietor oSLY. o1 lafit~loi
eke - e afi tohis
Medine sWeil ej!. 110 rt of mat&li
pract Ma&the hesuinq
art .their profession, and whose pharmactre
pTa-adtZns wil Vetr be held in the highek esti
Mlead the following certificate from Mr.
'0. C. Kelsey. a kpopular merchant of Tomp
kin's Bluff, Ala.. ar,d thousands of a similar
character might be given if necessary to prove
the efficacy, popularity :and usefulness of this
:.Tonmphin's. Bluff, Ala., Jan 4, 1843.
Dr. A. Spencer-Dear Sir: I wish- you to
forwaed me a large supply of your pills;, I don t
think 30O boxes too large a quantity to send.
Iold 160 boxes the last six months; they are
ihey most popular pill in this place. For bill
IOUs complaints, sick-headache, dyspepsia, cos.
tiveness and such like diseases, they ate con
sidered.almost an infallible remedy. I lasve
been agent for Dr. Peter's Pills, and formerly
stolda large'amount yearly; but I now sell three
dozen ofyour pills to one of his. My custom
ers think them superior to Peter's or any other
. Respectfully yours, 0. C. KELSEY.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with full direc
ETA fresh supply, just received and for sale,
to Edgefield, by J. D. TIBBETT'S, and on
enquiry may be .found generally in all the
cities, villages, and. at the principal Country
Stores throughout the State.
. Oct.0. . 6m 41
Remedy for oughs,
t. IMULL'S COUGH LOZENGES are
'most rapidly superceding all other prepa.
rafi&ifor the relief of Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Wh ooping-cough, Catarrh, Tightness of the
thest, Bonahitis, atid similar pulmonary affec
- Thodsands, we ttay3 thoiisatidS who ha've
suffered for years from the above diseases are
now-in the p Osesin'of adund health, which
tmay be attrutsedientirely to the fortunate use
of one 25ents box .of this invaluable inedi
cine. They are as pleasant to the taste as
caply-:--dody'enient to carry in the pocket, and
viritated to be ths inost effectual Cough med
icine in use. - -
Price, 25 Cents por box, with diree
'Hll's Wormn Lozengesi
eYRMS~ woRMS!I! WORMS!!
It iestimated that, 100.000 children die an
tually frolainte effects of *drm's alone !! This
vast mnortality could be almost entirely, pre
vented by' the use of Dr. Hull's Woan LozEN
can, tvery family where there are children,
should not fail to keep this important medicime
itii the house; snd administered when their
symptomsu indicate the prbseuice of these dan
gerous and destructive reptiles.
:gET The following extract from the "Spdr
taa-Gaette," speaks the sentiments of all who
have ever usdthis valuable Wotn DEsmioY
*"From our owen knouoledge, aee take great plea
Siure in recommendine Hadl's WIorm Locenges as
the best Worm .MerIicine extant. gT huldren
*itt cthedr them, and eat them as theyjcoul~d
RTAfreh b spply, jusr received and for
sale, by al- D. TSBBETTr'S.
Only 2S Cents per box, with directions.
Oct,30 *,6m 41
f 1ISE PULS atiefever tiey baet been
e -. fairly tried have esalished an enviable
selerity ~d a.re daily superseding all, other
preparatins in curing the diseases for which
theiy are prepared.
'The following certificate is froms judge For.
est, a gentleman of the first respectability -in
Jontesioru', Ala., 4th Feb. 1844.
I certify that in the summer or 1842 I had a
severe attack of fdveriuatae, and was a
somne ime unde the treatment of a physieiun;
butireceived no benefit front his pr-escrip#ions
-my disease conthing afrindrease in the
frequency and sesieritj~oiti'attacks . Tat lasi
li" recourse to Dr. Hull's Feter and Ague anid
Anti-Fevdr Pills, and in usibg half a box ,vat
entirely''ured, anc have remaiuned 'in good
health ever. since'. I anerwards had in am
famflisverali cases of fefer and a'gue, sand
have in every instance made use' of 'telI'.
Pills; which have always immsediately efftected
a....... ..... -... -. E'. - "JF.Fotsszi."'
Price, 61 -per-box, with directions.
l07 A fiesh supply,juist received and lio
sale, by .J.'3 D2 TIBBETT'S..
- S tate of eSouth Oarohna.,
" EDGEFIEID DIS'NIOCT
Clarl Jones andwife ApplidanW ~ . .1
3.F.Jnes andothers~efenddnits. SParhtit~
'P i harngio satisfe'io.-Ii fi
Iliam$"ioes-and Mazy-~Ann CotterhWireo
John .Cotter,-formerly ones,ieides Withou
thestim',ts-of.this Statie it is-theetEOidodered
that t ppoeastad obect-o,4b ..Jiio
ndt ae4 real~ -ns
'e$ Record...-- G10L~t~ ~
announce hkuas.*anddin~e for ebdiOflid
a uaeltib 'd nxt election.
.Alum Spring ris
For the Cufe Of Dis pt 'Sofulus
T HESE PILLS.are prepafred by Dr.
S. R. Campbell, frm the water of
the highly celebrated Mineral SprinPg in
Rockbridge oounty Virginia, called 'the
These Pills, like tie water from 'which
they are prepared, are a diuretic, promot
iug the secretion of urine and alt alterativei
increasing the -ecretionb oY the glandular
system generally. and particularly of the
liver. They act gently, but effectually
upon the bowels, after two or three days'
use of them, producing copious dark, bil
They also effect a deidrminaidli to thi
surface, increasing the perspiration; there
fore, they are a great purifler of 'e blood,
and equaliser of the circulation. Each
pill is equal to a common glass of the wa
ter. They should be taken before eacb
meal, and from six to ten or twelve should
be taken in the course of each day, for a
fortnight.'and then omit themTor the same
period. For the-cure of the above diseas
es, persevetiice in the use of these Pills,
is all impoFI4@; and if they are persever
ingly used, every alternate fortnight, a cut e
may more certainly. be expected, than un
derany other treatmient heretofore disco
vered, except fronmhe, use of the water,
from which they are prepared, either by an
attendance at the Spritigs or otherwise.
The-y very speedily-cr-&: diarrbdeas, at
teided With:acidity:1of thestomach, and
are a er'y useful' remedy forithe summer
bowel otrtplaint in children, as also for
expelling Wdrms-from children. From one
to foir shobfd b elven in three equal por
tions each day; to a child under sir years,
according.o ige-. Wh-entiven to children,
they should te pwdred nid tulked, with
syrup. These Pills ate iisyll''takten, hav
ing, no nauseoes ~taste, .erej'MbeUl) %ab
in all cases, where trtive fever ooei iot
exist, and do 6t gicken persdy while using
them. . S. k. UAMPBE LL,
For sale by J. D. T,itr r, tigefleld
Court.Housc, Souti Carila --
April 17 if 21
LL persons indebted to C. 1. Glover,
A by contract with Greenville Hord, are
earnestly requested to come forward abd
settle the same, as the business is discon
tinued. 1-think a settlement due from all
C. J. GLOVER.
P. S. The books ai accounts will be
found with Mr. G. HORD, at the old stand,
who is authorized to seftle as heretofore.
Nov. 13 af 42
LL Perzons initebted to the Estate of the
late David Richardson, deceased, are re
quested. to make payment by the first day of
January next, as loniger indulgence will not be
given. All persons having any demandsagainst
the Estate.are likewise requested to present
them as the law directs.
J. N. RICHARDSON, Ee'o .
J. S. GUIGNARD, ra
Nov.6 tf 41
00 IBBLS. WHITE POTATOES,
0 50 bbla. choice Canal Flour,
50 botes'S.-Sperm Candles,
50 do. Extra and No. I Soap,
20 half atd gr. bbls. No.1 Mackerel; (choice,
20 iartei bll. N'o. 2 ""
5 cases choie Codfish.
2 cases fresh Munstard, (extra,)
3 boxes C'colate. No. 1.
For sale low by
SIBLEY &~ 'CA PON.
D~c.11 - If 40
All persons indebted to the Estate of Wil
lham WV. Coiursey, deceased, are requtested
make im niediate pay ment, nand th~ose having de
mands, to preset then. duly. atte's'ted in the
time prescribed by law.
JOHN lHaLU, Adin'r.
Nov 6 .41 tf
Fall anud Winter Goods.
WM. KETCHAMI & Co..
.HAMBURG. S. C. -
SRE nowv receiving their FAL.L AN WtN
TERt stoCk of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
NEGRO CLO'THs, BLANE~, DoLTtKo CLOTHS,
'IARPETINo, BONNEis, and.
atl the fine and fashiobable articles for Ladies,
and Gentlemnn's wear. -
We have cnmpleted such arrangemeriits as
wtill pot us in the receipt of neto Goods weekly.
during the busmness seasona, jo thtat.all the newv
styles of fashionable goods-tan be fonn at 6tr
Store, as good asuthe-best,antd dearsith hea
est, as fast as drey shall apgear itt tir New York
THE MINtCNANT TAILOR SHOP,
-wilt ill beveondusted
Bj| MT. 0. WV. DICKINSON.
A flne assortment of Cloths, Ciimerei, Ves
tings and. Tailor's Trimmings conistantly on
WM. RETCHAM & 30.
September 1i tf 33
State of South Carolihan
Geof e f16110ovay and
wife-and others, .Bill for o -r
vs. ~ .tition au Adc.
-ohn Roehell- codat. -
IfT appearing to mny satusfactipn that 'ar
U..tholomfewt S-.Adams, Jeoin ortip'kins 'of
Tennessee.and his wife -Susan, John Gibson,
JamesAtchison anduhis wife Sarah. Ophelia
Barker, Williama Adamse JamieAdams. Thos.
AdamsJeremiah Bartdnd hils wife Julia,
James Stallsworth, CallRday.Stahlstoitdi, Paik
Stalhswnrth, . 3'ackeon .Stallswortha. Niehola'
Stallsworth arnd .Natily Statiswoth, D'efend:
ants in tliiisdit, desideithodt'the lidiits of this'
State, on motion of Mr.' Carroll, Complainants
Solicitor,-itis ordes'ed,that: the above -tiamned,
deendantrdo plead, ans'wer M-~deamt. th
months from the'- publieation hesvfe::the
saidbilii will be taken pro confino' siainst'
- --.SrT,OMPKINS e..E zE.
,N ex rienced Hfisiliesper. ofaonexcep.
e ~ init'~nd liberal. faj. ill be giv'en.
n&1S " 2c -- '47
CORNER CENTRE AN]
AVE just received, and will continie t
ticles, which they offer to'their friends4
20 bbhds. tboice St. Croix Sugars
30 do. Porto Rico do.
10 do. Mluscovado do.
3 do. Clairfield -do.
10 bbls. Crushed - do.
5 do. Pulverized do.
5 boxes double refined Leaf Suga .
60 bagild Government JaVa Coffee
10 do. Angustuira do.
300 choice Rio do.
Bales Moch6 'do.
20 casks prime Cheese.
200 pieces Heavy Dundee, 44 to 45 inch.
100 do. Tow, 45 iuich
150 do Gergia & Corolina,414 to 45 in.
50 do. Kentucky, (heavy) 44 tio 45 in.
24 bales Gunny,2i per yard, 45 to 47 ii.
3000 pair thick Brogans, cloib6
1000 do. Kip do. dos
1000 do. Women and Boy's Shoes.
3000 lbs Sole Lea her.
150 coils Mandla Ropo
50 do. Kentucky Rope
50 do. Jute do.
10 lihds. Trinidad
25 bbls. New Orleans.
100.000 lbs. Iron of various a sizes, viz:
and a by J,-22i and 24 by j to I
24to 4 by A to j,44 toa byj to}
5000 lbs- Band from .
1000 lbs Hoop lron, frum j to 14 inch
10 bundles Nail Rods
5 do German Stel, assorted sizes,
tinget, Pcbye-. NijieS Cinnamon, iNwum
hoe Thread, Cotton atid. 'eol Cards, Bra:
Churns, Keelers. Willoiv IVagoin. and I radic
Brooms, Wooden Bu.vls, 'INuih Stuaids, be
Mills, Soap, 11-agon Boxus, Eaddle lio:*.
Country Flour, 'Tobacco. IV ool B ar-, La ps.I
Sprm Candles, Tallow Candles, Twie, Cas
WANTED-10.000 lbs. BLES %V AX, 1er i
Edgefield Advertiser will coisy.-.iahn bui
Nov. 13, 44
HANI URG, 6. C.
T HE Subscribers have connected them
selvei In the WAILE-HOUSE AND
COMMON BUSINESS, at the old stand of
G. WALKER, undei the firm of
WALKER & PEARSON.
They would beg leave t6 oifer their services
to their friends and the public generally. in the
transaction of a CommissioN Bd1iNFss, in all
its branches. They are prepared.to attend to
the Sale, Storage and Shipping of Cbtt0n, Ba.
con, Flour, and other Produce.. feceirin and
Forwarding Goods, purchasing to order, &c.
They feel assured from the favorable location
of their Ware-Houe. well kmwwn to the. pub
ic as the WATER PROOP WARE HOUSE;
and for itq many advantages in point of location,
and from thelong.texperience of Mr. Walker in
the Cotton businness. who will devote his per
onal attention to the sales of Cotton; and
rom their detet mlnation to devote their undi.
vided attention to the business, they will be
able to give general satisfaction.
Their charges will beforsellingeotton25cents
per bale; for shuip ping do,12A cents; Vor selling all
other prndtce 2.3 per cent.; 25 cents per rack.
age for receiving and forwarding alerchandise.
Nd 'aemmission will be charged onr customers
for the purchasing of goods linving a fine
Wlii' f attached to.- our Ware House., no
Wlharfage ill beecharged on Cotton ,:onsigned
to. our care, either for sale or to be shipped to
vannah or Charleston. Liberal adyices on
produce consigned 1o us. will be made when
Wifi jiedge oursel9es not .to speculate in or
ifrrise one bale of Cotton, but devote an tun
divided attentioan to the interest of onr customers
which we hoipe wvill insure us a liberal patron.
.WALKER & PEARSON.
I avail my'self of the pr'ededt decision to 76.
turn mny thanks to my friends and pairohns for
their liberal support during the past four years!
and I assure theni I properlj appreciate their
kindness and confidence.; and in return will
use my best personal effort6 to protr et therr
intetest when confided to Walker & Pearson,
for whom [avould solicit your confidence and
September'4 .- 3 23
ETICAL RE AO'TIONV
W E take this meansof mnformtnig the pub
Tlie, particularly Mill-rights. Mill ow
ers, dithose:abottengsgingin ei:hidrthatwe
napachased oGideo- otokkiSS, thes ex
clnsive right of his .VertiOisi lie'ii4 ri Witier
Wheel, for thei Sttyof- Sotthllio'iho a, ;end
are prepred.(o ha' e- ihe 'new iumprovemient
-it iup fotigl that desire it; or tos :dispose of
Rights to individals 'or club.e The: adaption
of these Wheels is easy, not requiring any very
reat mechanicalskill. -The Verticulgle-actioni
Wheel ii adapted to, all sheads, from two feet,
npwards~requres one third less wvatet' to~ per
form onethird, half. doabber -ami. hn soinern
stances three time shnitih as the old Flutter
wheel-is not affected y back water-can be
paced on the shaft of aa ion Flutter wheel,
Lecuing usnifrm 'motiudio all parts -of 'each
etolton. ~ii*akesifraio- I80 300 sioke iif
a minute ; is never frozen gp.. Joune ofthese
mills hpve been knqwa to cut 6n an. average
from iE t'o sEzEr0tYanid feet of rlank ini
24hours-one as high as TW ELVE r HOU*
SAN.- With equal.pswer and speed it will
prope'l iother kiidf hacinr -It coin
bes stfeng,dirabiityelocit3y. a~id aimillhei
t ofonstrction. The. ass of the improve.
eit one year will in most instances, repay the
expense.. A set of the:W ektis may he seen at
McBee &frvines store Greenvidle.
AlI commdidatibn5, ad'dresslid to edlher of
ie subscribers, peist paid,_will, be promptly at.
tended ro. *.. iAM T. MOORE.
-iniithord, York Dist..8S C.
...JohnG. Moore may be addressed, or
seeersopally at Greenville ,. L tilff about
hrisasw .e -
the.ffic o' T Co qter. at. ;hie..next
D MARKET STREETS,
receive fresh supplies of the follo wing Arti
md the trade, at the lowest market prices.
5 dozen Rocking Chairs, and wood
2 bales 9.4 Blankets
2, do. 10 4 do. weighing 7 lbs the
2 Jo. Grey do 10-4,"
A good assortment of Bed Blankete,
10 to 12.4.
200 yds. W ashington Jeans heavy,
2000 do. Coventry Plains.
. S 6ALT.
1200 Sacks Salt, (Charleston Sacks)
5 do Table Salt
Boxes Table Salt.
125 Kegs Nails, assorted Sizes
25 do Finishing Nails
20 do Brads.. -
200 Ba,2, assorted Sizes
10,000 Prime Couitry Sides.
30 Kegs Dudpont's FFF G
20 do Blasting
V2 do Eagle..
10 Al. Lurge Spanish (W. 4. H.
4 U. Spanish (L Valedos)
1.0 3l, do (it. P. Al.).
6 bl. Light Spanish (L. Valedos)
5 M.1,nperial itegalias (Venus.)
50 Iioxes Teas. Conssing of gunpow
der, klyson and Imperial
6 L ases Gatteess, uunpowde., imperial &
2 cnests Black Tea.
gs, Salitpetre, Blue Stone, Indigo, ,Copperas
s iBound Buck'ets. i itteo buckets, Tubs
s #VaUl.boUIce. L Vconr lbipperl, Llothe.ls Ias.
hon. linkcs, J ovz. te) tie, liai.ales. Cotice
Sup.n' * (a. tnil,. 'stois, Canal fiour,
. iidstones. Usnaburgs IN hite Lead, .tiadder,
tg, lilth thamlit, &c., &c.
, hich the higtist c.sh price ivill be paid.
State of Soflth Caroiina.
Bates Wrenn,Joshua Harris )
and others, Applicanms, vs. I Partition for
Wi. Wienn, Mack Wrenn the sale of
and Jackson Wrcin, Do Real Estate.
,IT nppearing to my ,isfactionn, that Vm.
Wretn, Mi ack V re ,and Jackson Wrenn,
Delendants, resides widout this State, it is.
therefore ordered, that they do appear and oh
ject to the division or sale.of the Real Estate of
Bates Wrenn, sen., deceased, on or before the
first Monday in January next, or their consent
to the same will be entered of record.
JOHN HILL, o. z. D.
Oct 1,1844 12w 36
State bf South Carolid.
IN T1 tOURT OF ORDINARY.
Samuel Cartledge, Administrator of
Richard Hardf, deceased,
The Distributees-of the sidd Richard.
W H ER EAS the said Samtiel Cartledge,
Admnistrator of Richard Hardy, dec'ed,
has made application to mue, to accoutit fol and
settle up all his transactions, as Admuinisrtair,
on said Estate, These are therefon e to ci'te anid
admnonishi. all and singular, the Distributees of
thte Estate of thnesaid Richard Hairdy, deceased,
to wit: Thomas Hardy, Jarmes Hardy, Rfichdrd
Unirdy, A bmer Glaniton a nd Tavy his wife, Ja
colt Lucina and his wire Martha, Lucy Parks
widowu of~ John Parks. dec.'ased, James Key
and Eliza Key. children of Eliza Key,dei-eased,
Bramtly Tompkins and Furman TIompk ins,
childrenx of Susan Tomnpkins, deceased, the legal
rpresentatives of Nancy Howerton, decea
.ed, who was the wife of James Howerton and
daughter of sai Richard Hardy, deceased,
ElizabhhHardy the younigest 'danghter, and
Mary Haidy, the widow of the said Richard
Hardy, to be and appear before me in my ol
lice, at Edgefield. Court House, on Monday
the 10th, day of February next, to show cause.
if atny they hata. why thie accounts~ of the said
Samuel Caruladge.<ihourld not be finally -accep
ted and iecelved, and a final settlement and
decree mirde upon his Administiationi upon the
Estate-of the saitd Richard Hardly, deceased.,.
Giren miidermny hand and seal this the 21s
October, I844. JH IL .F~
Oct. 3 -. tf 39
- hEW FIUR
T1 H E Subiscrbers iespectfully inform their
..friend~. and the e;itize'ns of-this and ad
j'ining ilistri~tn, thth~ley have formed a co
partership,. for~ the pui-pose of carryifog on the
Tia-Ware Mar utictory,
in all is varions -branches. T'hey h'ave now
han& and-will contin~Eto -keepa fbl-asort
~iest ~of.TlN-WARE, orl every dleeipiion
at Wholesale and Retail prices,. which; will be
sold on as accornmndating terms as,any simni1*a
estabishment -in South Carolina or..Georg'a.'
* IIordere for'Roffing and.Gutteririg will be
thankfully~received, and ete'enedwri'tndespatc'
ina tworkmanlike mianner, at. price. Zo suitthie
hard times. They will contiie to.deliver Tin
.Wae the 6on-atry..asp usual.. ,. a s,, .~
. A..Y .GRAtiAM,
...; .. . HILLERY AOOPER.
NB.All peiibons indebted to .A..J.:Gra
ham for tiQ presentyear, are respec~tfully re-.
qusted to settle the same. ~
*Dec.25,1844. 4S tf
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PR ocL A ATION.
COLUMBA. Dec. 18, 1844.
ByHis Ezeellency IFILLIAM AIXEN, Esg..
Governor and Commander-in-Chief, in and
ovir the State of South Carolina:
H EREAS,. information-has been recei
W ved at this Department, that an atro
cious.murder was commitiedabout.the 5th day
of November, 1842. at'Bacon's B 'ridge in St.
George's Parish; by BENJAMIN STEVEN
SON, on the body of Hezekiah Thomas, and
that said Benjamin Stevenson has fled from
Now know ye, that in the end, that justice
may be done, and that the said Benjamin Ste.
venson ibay be brought to legal trial, for his
offence as aforesaid. I do herehy offer a reward
of TVO HUNDRED D OLLARS (in addition
o one hundred dollars offered by Gov. Ham
mond,) for his appr-ehension and delivery into
aly Jail in this State.
Benjambi Stevenson is desci-ibed as being
about a feet 9 inches high, light blue eyes,
square built, robnd face, dark consplexion, dark
hair, large mouth, proje-ting teeth, and about
30 years of-age. .
Given under di lind and the Seal of the State;
atColiinibia, the eighte-n-day of November,
in the year of our Laid one thousand eight
hundred and forty-four, and in tie sixty-pinti
year of Armerican Independence.
R. Q. PiticENEi. Secretary of State.
Dec. 25 3t (Mercury) 48
State of South Caroina;
EXECUTIVE OEPAET1eaENT;' -
NLIUSatA 11th: Dec, 1844. -
By His Excellency WILLIAM AIKEN. Esq.
Governor and Commander-in Chief in ani
over the State of Sotah Caiolini.
7 EREAS4.it has pleased Almighty Gao
W to guard and protect the peopile of thit
State, during thie.pastyear, and betbwed upor
theni the richest llepsipgs and. ineriess ac
wheress, iiss meet and:prope dt, all times t
make sincere nail. thankful aclitoiledgemeut
aiu humbly implore the iid of Hinifio* pro
vince, it is to creato and destroy tfaienanous o
the eartih. Now.therefore;I,Wiri.ziAiisz
Governor of the State of South Carolina,.di
by these pres.ents set apart aid proclainm thi
ninth day oi January to be nbserved through
out the State as a day of. Thanksgiving, H91u
miliation and Prayer, and do invite andexhori
all deneiminations of Christians, and all. othei
persons of whatever sect or persuasion to dis
miss their business. and assemble theinelves ur
that day in their respective Houses of wordhip
to offer up their thanks to the Almighty God
the great.disposer of -Evena, to-.upplicate I
conenuance of hes tenderm rciesandto =i
gage in such other devotional exercisesas maj
be proper and suitable to the occasion. . . -
Given nuder my hand,.and the Seal of th,
State, at Columbia, this 11th of Decem
her, in the year of our Lord one thousant
eight hundred and forty-four, and in thi
sixty-ninth year of the Sovercianty ani
Inidepeendence of thie Unites- Staes ofA
flosv. Q. Pazcexwst, Secretary of State.
Dec. 18 3t 47
TH E Books and Accounts of E. II. DOWr
Agent, are in our possession. All p--i
os idebted to her are requested to call on thb
nbsibers and settle their accounts, ns thiki
neeari ti i settlemenit between the piartie
, BLAND & BUTLERt
Sept 11 4f .34
AL L personls indebted to the - Estate- of I
AWI. Tibbetis. deceased, are reqaested t
ma ke payment immnediately, andtheivi
demandls against i.ad Estate'wdl preseuat thter
according to law.f pw~ayilent. e.
'L D. TIBBETTS, Admiini'strhtor.
Oct. 9, tf --. 7
STATE OFPR. CAROL!NYA
John B. Rtountree. Decantion in
ep Ft.~ oreign .Attachinient.
George Kepileehis .
T HE Plaintiff havnig tuhiiday fldhs
Tclaration in -my Office. and the Defendan
having no wife or Attorney~kne*n to be witi
in the Stite.:on whom a copy of thse sameV,'wit
a rule to' plead can beserved. : t is orderet
thai the Defeidaaitplead to-flie iaid Declarn
tiiin withi'aye'r nand it day,od na andabst
lute judgnient yill be gi.'in-again~t himn..
THIIOMfAS G. BACON~c c~v
Cork'i.idBe Nh:Itl, 18'44
State af Sontk ariolina.
W. E.Jacdisnai & C?. ~'eelration ,int PE
-E.latio h aggt t tachey g
d'eclaratiotn in my offie, and the Di
fedagi having no wife or Attorney know
toba within thie tate onu whatn' eop
of ithe saine -with aluleddoylead' ea'i
served It is ordered. battthe Dsrendh
and a da or final ad absolutejpidgeesi
wll be gie ughtiti '
State of South 4ai*olina,
IN THE COMMON PfLEAS .
C. J. Glover, Decarat)it
Vs. F Mer ac
James H1. Hartison.
The Sam, D
HE Plaintiff in the above:stit ' ans hiy
ing this day filed:his delaratizns in :my
office, and the efendailii ng no - re' or
attorneys knoin to bev'idiin theimits.of this
State, on whomi a copy.of saui etiaratiood
with a ruleio plead can be served It is there
fore ordered. li-th S saidfeadintsdo plead.
to the said declarations. within a ye'ar-and -
day rrom the joblidatiodnof this orderzor final
and absolute judgment will be a idd adinst
!THOMAS L.;BACONi 0.0.?
Clerk's Oct. 31 1844 Jy 1
State of ShutIr Ct -yina
EDGEFiELD DISRiT. 1 -
IN THE COMMON PLEAS
Josiah J. Ryan,
Win. Fitzroy. -
josiah J: Ryan,4 DlrI
I .~ -ci~is For t tack
Fitzroy & Me . ment.
T HE.. Plitifs' havig this daylfleiA
-thieidecaraioni to the bove saited
cases in my otliesind 'the' defnn
having no wife or attorneys knowitibe
within the limits of bhis Siie,onwh'oa
Copy of sai d eclaraa: rule to
plead can be served. o re
the said defendants 1o ileadto the sai
declarations, withm a year and a Ia 4
from the publiaolfo'oT i Korder,or fin
and absolu'e 'judgi'e1 ll 'aid
against him. L f
Clerk's Office,. May 6i1844.
Mays, .,- 15. y
State of South fCaroma.
IN THE COntMON PLEAS..
Issy MiJbley, Lewis Mobley, Dedarton
Simeot Jay. Attachant.
T HE Plaintiffif who bylev.e: of .the
Court. wte allowed to plead tbeirdemand
against.the Defendani,have this day.filed their
Declaration agaidstdifthpaul Simeon Jay aifd
he having iso wife 7orAftorney known .to re
side in ihis State.npowhom.a rule tW plead,
viih ji cpy of- said ,Declration - could be
served. Ordered. that,.the said Ain 'do
plead to ikis Declardtion within a year and
Sa day.o'r-finiljudjnme.yiil 1e.awarded against
THOKAS'G.B 'CoNe c. P.
Clerk'W'Office.22dNoi 1844. -
Nov. 2'?T y
State of SttW arolina.
JN THE CO.5I0NiP:EAS.
Benj. F.. Laudrum; bedrer,' -1Dedaiion
h A . " i: .p n
yH E1. lainuiffs lathe PabQve stated cas
baving.day d his Declaration in my
Office and the peradarit havng io. wo .ot
attorayh'iibi'n 't fei Within th limitso
the Stnta!on whoin ii'aipmy of dinae *ithg
rule to plhadlbn beasrvd. ishrefe O
derad.hsa:ppen'a.and pleato-the same.
within one.year anda.d from thedatefhereof,
or final and absolutejud ment.will-be awarded -
againsimim. '... .:
.THOMAS G.- BACON, c c..
C1e4k's, Oflic21st No& .1844
Nov.-270 "' 4
state ff6butb roIl na.
> .D SfllLDISRICT.
IN 'HE COMMO PLEAS.
W, Stoka ' ? .Dc '~on in..
P. HI Rooney Adihnient.
* UIHEd 'Iiiitifiiin the 'above stated cases,4
-i having tis day filed theit Declarations itn
tny Office, and the Defendairt haieig nonsifebi
Attornieyknown to reside;within rihe -li'dits'f
the State on whosna copy sof the. same wlia gt.
.rule iohptead can be.perved. "bIt is theorefoire:,
*Orderei'~ this the Dfendant-appeptrad plead
to thie same .ifliii a yecarii' ad a'from the.
day heretior finalanid absolutte jiidgandant
be awarded agnet'him. -.
THOMHS G. BACON c. c. t.
.Clerk.' Office,22d Nov. 1844.
.Nov.27 - :.44 - y :
TI t~. LA' OUW1" S .XIiR .is a speedy,
I crtih and' lasting. cure (orite niost
painful anid disti'eshig iseasie that ean affect
the humsan--frtire. In alhnoat 'all chses of
Tio~th-achet- arises: fronaa decaye'iikt of
th'e' putfti.:which exposes to the action df the
atmospherib nir, the nerve. or interualisurface
of.thepcopious or rotten tooth. and a cuaie must
be efeticu.either.by eartractiogsy render-.
nthose pats ifhperti outo the acpon of the
Dr. Lacout's Einz is piiulrl adapted
-to ideet'~ 'h ohanesrhdtd teti
rv tbo~-dfiuer t#eth and -Hib ti'aiei
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