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From mqh South Carolinian.
'tiitN whio dsired- to-writs-the Songs
of atlain' rather than make her Laws," was
no doubt, actuated by the same spirit which has
brought foith.the following .reply of out friend
*'Caeli"- to.the correspondent of the U. S
Gazette; reiltive to the Hoar affair, which we
think is as fair an offset. as we know itis true
W the Ibul aspersions of one who calls loudly
for redress, and.tan scarcely brook the instill
ofiered,to this dignified Abolitionist. Hear the
'And shall her sons unworthy prove,
. Of their great fathers name;
Shall Massachusetts bow the head,
And drink the cup of shame."
We need 'scarcely inform our readers tha
"Carolan" is the Rev. TuOXAs FREAK, SUr
veyor General of outh Carolina, and that al
though his head is whitened over with the
frosts of years. his heart is as warm in defenci
of his country as it wAs in its most youthfu
days. A PARODY
$MASSACHUSETTS vs. S. CAROINA.m
"And what will Massachusetts do?
Is heard on every hand
Say ' what will Massachusetts do?
Echoes frow.strand to strand."
We answer, to her own. poor slaves
. Let her direct her cares,
And bid the hypocrites and knaves,
To mind their own affairs.:
For if she-look at home she'll see,
in country and in town,
Distress and want, and misery,
Press tens of thousands down,
And many an outcast seeking where
To rest their weary head,
And many a beggar with a prayet,
For raiment and for bread.
She'll see the haunts of vice abound,
In almost every street -
And sinful meshes spread around
To catch unwary feet;
Religion which all should profess,
. She'll hear proclaimed ajest,
And man assured that deep excess,'
Is butthe road to rest.
Ihow different is our servants lot.
With food and raiment blest,
And cotton patch and while washed cot,
Which iio one dare molest I
And poultry which,*ith honest pride)
The Momma calls her own,
To sell the coming Christmas tide,
And buy a sitken gown.
And see the happy servants met,
Their daily labors o'er,
As with the jest and Ong they set
The kitchen in a roar,
Or-each one take his ebon lass
.Beneath the friendly moon,
And foot it gaily on the grass
.And dance to old Zip Coon.
"And what will Massach~usetts do,
Is heard on every hand,
Say what will Massachusetts do'
Echo'es from strand to strand."
We answer', thlat our happy slaves,
K eed not her anxious care.,
And only ask her arrant knaves,
To mind their own aMfairs.
Calumbia, S. C.
From the Richmond Star.
I loved her-deeply. rerventiy,
I would indeed have married her,
Had not her mamma crost us.
Her hair was red as sugar beet,
And awildlyit did struggle
IUbr-nose'was both a pug -and sharp,
Lips thin-aach tooth 'a snaggle.
Heprslinwas tiniged with yellow deep,
~Iuch like her clear grandmother,
Uersgeck wes scrawny-and haereyes.
Ieoked cross ways at each othier.
Hler mouth was like some nut-cracker spread,
- Like. hoops hershoulders lbent in,
One anelo' would have made a pair,
Hier foot was elephantine.
3My Cinthyannaostus dear;.
-Wass not an angel, surely,
Dant ah! I loved her-though it was.
-A business matter purely.
Debts hunaround-duns haunted me;
*iffybouse, bad to lock it,.
She wa. my.hope.my.all-for she
.-a-Iad "pewter" in her poele.
*Dut-Masaid no.: Thea to-elope
* We tried-but 'twas a failure.
The-carriag's came-but so, too did .
The uheriff and.the jailor.
A FELLOW FEELING.
-A fe~owfeeling makes us wond'rous kind't.
Timsys somebody, but I can't tell who;
Yet most of us can call some scene to mind,
Thar'pfroiethephfasenmore beautiful than true;
I'vQekhowimtyself some cases-hut few ;
I saw & ellow once-a felorofeeing
Hliah umd.was in ariother's pocket; stealing!t
- Si. Loui Reveille.
o Aletter from Brighton, N. Y., to the
editor 'of the:Tribune, mentions that Mir.
-Abraham Haganmer, of that town,- multi
plied..mentally, and gave the result of a
multiplication and uliplicand each of
nelve nlae of lem.'
Tuos. FREAN's TEMPERANCE SToRY.
FOUNDED ON FACT.
"Every body knows, Mr. President,
that my countrymen, the Irish, are great
fools and blunderers; and no wonder,
they have been in the habit of drinking
some ten million gallons of whiskey an
nually, and this quantity of spirits. sir, is
enough to turn a nation of philosophers
The traveller, as he passes through Ire
landtalways notices- in the suburbs of ev
-ery town some invitation to the more bum
ble wayfaring man to stop and' spend the
night. These invitations areextended by
having black boatds hung over thia door,
with LoDGINGS" paited on themr Some
times a degree of comparison is employed;
and "Dry -Lodging" is placed on the
board; and sometimes my host rises to the
superlative, and has -Good Dry Lodging"
painted on his little black board.- It chanc
ed, sir, that the landlord of one of these hou
ses declined business, and moved into the
cointry, where tuff and house rent -at
least were cheaper, and where his cow
could have the benefit of pasturage on the
common, instead of being fastened up in a
But perfect happiness is not the lot of
man on earth. New trials awaited our
riend in the country. His cow conside
ring herself entitled to peculiate privileges,
from having lived in a town, jumped into
the cabbage garden of one neighbor, the
potato field of another, and the parsley
patch of a third ; yea, it was even said that
she attempted to hook a little boy who
went to race her from mischief: so that
every morning the retired landlord had as
many unwelcome messengers as Job.
"Your black cow. Bremack." would one
.say, "has ruined our garden last night."
Anon another would come. "Bremack
as broke into our potato field again, and
ruined two ridges." Bremack, sir," would
another say, "hasjumped tho fence, train
pled down our flax and you must keep her
up." -Neighbor,' would yet another say, "1
come to tell you-either to sell or keep up
your cow Bremach, if not we must take
the matter in hand ourselves, as the chit
der are all afraid to go to school on her
Mike Raferty (for such was the natne
of our troubled and perplexed friend,)
must therefore choose bet wcen spanciling
(alias side-lining)or blind-folding Brem ack
for either selling or imprisonment were
out of the nuestion.
Mike, sir, - was merciful, and asked
himself how he would % isb matters dispo
sed of if he were in the place of his cow.
In a word, how he would like to be tied
by the feet. -Ah,"says Mike, -it would'ut
do! An Irishman never loves to be tied;
he wants to go and court his sweetheart;
he wants to go and fight his enemy;
'twon't do either for myself or tny cow to
be tied.'" This disposed of, the question
of blindfolding next came up, and of the
two evils was the one preferred. "True"
says Mike, "it is a hard case ; but Jemtny
Noonan, the piper, is even blind, Ossian
was blind, and poor Carolan, the last of
the Irish harpers, was blind, too." Thus
saying, he louked about for a board or
plank to place before old Brenack's,
eyes, when, in a lucky inotnent he be
thought of his old useless sign -hoard- and
determined to employ it for the purpose.
In the midst even of perplexity and
griof the Irish have a slumbering spirit of
drollery that may be awakened iu ati in
stant. As Mile and his wife were fasten
ing on ihe signboard, it occurred to him
that putting the lettered 'side out, would
cause some merriment, and perhaps allay
some of thoe'ill-will towards his cowv The
lettered sille wvas therefo're, placed outside,
and Bremack let loose with "Good Dry
Lodging"' suspended from her horns.,
*It chanced that on the-same day Mike's
cow was thus turned ofit, one of the neigh
bors wvent to the village of Sorhia, and
returned hiomc at night-, drunk-gloriously
drunk. It a summer's night, the stars
were soment bat didmecd by a heavy at
mosphere, and themoon, ohfy in her first
-quarter, retired occasionalty behind a
frienly~ cloud, like a bashful maided to
her chamber, tired of the continued gaze
or ardent admirers.
Our hero passed the meadows of Sor
ha, the bog of Grandge, and the pasture of
Bireda ; tnor did he pass silently nor stead.
ily along. No ! far fro-n it4 lhe commen
ced singing "Moll row," lbut the air being
rather complicated for a man in his condi
tion, he had to dlesist, and succeded better
with 'tThe Green Flag Flying;" afmer
which ho commenced upon "Corolan's
Receipt for Dtinking.Whiskey," and set
the neighboring watch-dogs barking as he
"If a man and his wvife.
Should chance to. h'ave a strire,.
Or even live a discontented life at home,*
Let them drink, and I'll go hail
That these evils won't prevail,
For then they'll liive as happ'y as the Pope of'
But ahb his merriment and, his song
were both suddenly suspended by the dis
covery of a large black object lying direct.
ly in the path lie was travelling. He
stoppied short, looked, proceded a little
farther and looked more narrowly ; his
heart best' faster and-higher up han~usual,
but he silently rebuked himuself fot' even
the semblance of fear. He drew a little
nearer, and discovered, to his amazement,
something'like a sign bord, wvhich the
moon just then enabled him to' spell "e" I
""Faith, there's :wo 0's. 0-0-0 1,
D-RY-Good Dry-L.-o-D G0-i-N 0-GOOd
Dry Lodging." "By dad," said Paddy,
"it's all in gdod time-Ill stop and take a
horn, and may be sray alL- night." So
saying, he walked up, .wrapped the sign
board with his. shillela, and called for, ad.
mission, when up rose the cow on a mud
den,- and ran off' with all the fury of an (
aff'righted crimginal. Paddy stood agihast
and thunderstricken, for he had seen huffs
and horns, he had seen a black mnonster
with a tail, and drew his own -awful con
elusions from the whole.. .~ Wih tremblinog
limbs he went home;- with* a 'heavy hteart
he lay down, and- with a bewilderedmi-nd
he rose' in'the''norning from a sleepless
bed; ho sat not down to -breakfast, and it,
was only after tiluch entreaty from hit'
wife that he was persuaded to take a seat
at..rinner. He soon honevr, laid donn
-Ane potato, pushed the noggen of butter
rmilk further in on the table, and went out.
Biddy had marked the change in her
husband's conduct-through theday,with
the deep solicitude of an Irish wire, and
arose and followed her partner-to know
the cause of his disquietude. He resisted
her importunity for a while, but her love
was too sincere :o take a denial; she must
known the cause of her husband's ,Jrrow.
"Ah, Biddy, dear," said he at last4- I.had
an awful time oi't last night." "Och,
Paddy, honey," rejoined Biddy, did- the
Ribbon Men come across you and, swear
in ?" "No." said Paddy. "they did not."
"Was it the Peep o' day Rangers, them?"
inquired Biddy. "No," again auswered
Paddy. "It must be the Orangemen, then,
that waylaid ye, honey, and threatened
us all." "No." responded Paddy, "it
was nothing earthly. At this intelligence
Biddy turned pale, -and with a tremulous
voicesaid, "did you see the Bardshee*?"
"No," said Paddy. "Thank God," said
the poor wife, more at ease-"'twas only
the fairies you seen." "Ah, Biddy. I saw
worse iban the faire$." -"Surely, Paddy,"
again enquired the wife, with a look'of-the
deepest concern "surely, Paddy, you have
not seer, a ghost?" "Ah, Biddy," uttered
the husband. -'I have seen the ~devil."
This he -uttered the with a quivering lip
and a faltering voice, that too plai'nly re
vealed the condition of the heart. Poor
Biddy turned pale, and for a moment was
speechless. At length, crossing herself
three times, and invoking the Virgin, she
enquired into The accompanying circums
tances of the apperation; and as her bus
band proceeded in his narrative, drank in
the sentences even before they from his
lips. After describing the black and shape
less form ofhis Satanic Majestcy, his large,
brns, his large hoofs, and his extesided
tail, he added, "and what would vou thiuk.
but the deceiver had painted on his head
"Good Dry Lodgings." At ibis Biddy
burst into a roar of laughter, interrupting
the narrative, cried out or rather lauglied
out, "Paddy, hoirey. you were drunk.
'Twas nothing at all at all but Mike Raf
ferty's black cow, for I saw her this morn
ing with an owid sign-board on her face.''
*The Barnshee'. according to Irish supersti
tion, is an unearthly being, that is sometimes
permitted.to visit moitals, to inform them -of the
approaching dissolution of either thetuselves or
Charleston, Feb. 22, ]845,
W HEREAS information has been recei
ved at this Department,that a Most atro
cious'Murder -was coinmitted in the District of
Marlboro', on the 2nd instant, on thr body of
James Eniglish. of said District, by oni ALEX -
ANDER BROWN. of the county uf Rich
miond, North Carolina, and that the slid Alex
ander Brown was Wded and abetted in the per
petration of the said crime by his brother,
MURDOCH .BROWN. and a negri fellow
niamed GEORGE. belonging to the r fAther,
Hugh Brown,. and that the said of'enders have
tied from justice ; Now. therefore, in ceder that
the said Alexanmder Brown., MunrdochbBrowni,
and the' sand negro George, may be brought tu
a legal trial, I. W ILLIA M AIIEEN, Governor
of the State of South Carolina. do hereby offer
a reward of Two Hundred Dollars, for the ap
prehension and deli very of the said Aezander
Brown at ainy one of the Jails ini this Sate; and
a reward Oneo Hundred Dollars, each for the
like apprehensIon anid delivery of the aid Mur
doch Brown,'and of 'he said negro slave
Geoirge. The. said Alexander Drowi:is aibott
five feet six inches in height, slender biitt, light
hair, a little freckled, about 20 yea-s of age.
and weighs about 120 pounds. The said Mlur
doch Brosyn is about six feet in heiglt, slender
built. dui k hair,lrathier pale, and hiasa scar in
thme flmee, weighs about 175 pounds.
Given tinder my hand an'd seal of thi State at
Charleston, the t'wen ty se-onid da) of Feb.
rny, in the year of our.Lord ouiethiousand
eight himidreid rid forty five, aiid inthe sixty
umjth year of Amnerleani Jndependeace.
.yth WILLLWr AIKEN.
ByteGovernor. . -
Rt. Q. PINCEYEY, Secretary of 8tdte..
Mrc 3L ~ - 0
ALL Persons indebted to the S:bscriber, s
..either t;y Note' or opetn accomnt, are res- a
pectfully and earnestly requested-to iny up, as s
he us compelled to have money to .aisfy those
Lo whom he is inidebted. He does tot wvish to a
run iny ones to exitra doist, but .if thoue wiho di-e ti
indebted to him fail to mnake immedaic settle
ncnts, he will be under the disagreable -ne- I
:essity of etb pluying a lawoful collecto-.
C. H. GOOD)MAN.
January 1 - tf' 49
(Q We are authorized to anurounce M.
linanAM, Esq., as a candidate br Ordi- I
tary of Edgefield District, at he uext.
Feb7 mf 2 - ,
(Q*The friends of Sami'sos.11. MArs,
irnounce him as a candidate for lhe Office 'J
ir Tax Collector at the next election. ]
Oct.3'0 - tf . 40
(Q The friends of Liout. laMzs B, 'j
hAREs, alinounce himt as a Caiidate for tI
he office of tax Collector at the next edec- a
W e are amuthorized to announce GoG
.SHEPPARD as a candidate for the office. a
f Tax Collector, at the next election, . t
Dec. 25 if 48 ji
(Q-The friends of Maj, S. C. ScoTT, t
nouce-him as a candidate for Tax n
sollector, at the ensuing electioa. p
Nov 6. If -41
.(Q*"The friends of .EDMnUn - Montais,
asq.,.announce him as a candidate for the. .
ifice o[ Tax Collector at the nextelectieti.
- Oct. 30' 40 - tf~
(?' We are authorized to announce a
.ivt R. WILsosq, as a candtdate for the rr
)ffice of Tax Collector, at the next election. q
SIBLEY & CRAPON,
Wholesale & Retail Grocers
CORNER CENTRE AND MAREET STREETS,
AM&MMS OSa ,a
H AVIE just received, and will continue to
receive fresh supplies of the following
Articles, which they offer to their friends and
the trade, at the lowest market prices:
20 hhds. choice.St. Croix Sugars
30 do. Porto Rico do.
10 do. Muscovado do.
3 do. Clairfield do.
10 bbls. Crushed do.
5 do. Pulverized do.
5 boxes double refined Loaf Sugar.
60 bags Old Government Java Coffie
10 do. Angustura do.
300 - choice Rio do.
Bales Mocho- do.
20 casks prime Cheese.
200 pieces Heavy Dundee, 44 to 45 inch.
100 do. Tow, 45 inch .
150 do Gergia & Corolina, 44 to 45 in.
50 do. Kentucky, (heavy) 44 to 45 in.
24 bales Gunuy,2J per yard, 45 to 47 in
3000 pair thick Brogans, choice
1000 do. Kip do. do
1000 do: Women and Boy's Shoes.
3000 lbs Sole Lea-her.
150 coils Manilla Rope
50 do. Kentucky Rope
60 do. Jute do.
10 lhhds. Trinidad
25 bbls. New Orleans.
1000,00 lbs. Iron of varions a sizes, viz:
J and A by J, 221 and 24 by J to I
2&to 4 by toJ,4 o8byJ to}
5000 lb.v Band from
[Ilf Qll1 2 24 3 g
1000 lbs Hoop Iron, from J to 14 inch
10 bundles Nail Rods
5 do German Stell, assorted sizes,
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 Blanketr
10 to 12-4.
NE GR O CL OTIS.
2000 yds. Washington leins heavy,
2000 do. Coventry Plains.
1200 Sacks Salt, (Charleston Sacks)
5 do Table Salt
Boxes Table Salt.
.125 Kegs Nais,,assorted Sizes
25 do Finishing Nails
20 do Brads.
200 Bugs, assorted Sizes
10,000 Prime Country Sides.
30 Kegs Dupont's FFF G
20 do Blasting
t2 do Eagle.
10 M. Large Spanish (V. A. 11.
4 M. Spaish (L Valedos)
10 M, do (R. P. -M.)
6 M. Light Spanis (L. Valedos)
5 M.Imonperial Regalias (Venus.)
TE 4 S.
50 Boxes Teas. Consisting of gunpow
der, Hyson and Imperial
6 Cases Catteess, Gunpowde., Imperial&
2 chests Black Tea.
Ginger, Pepper. Spice, Cin
.namon, Nutmegs, Saltpetre, Blue
Cotton and Wool Curds. Brass Bound
Buckets, Painted Buckets, Tubs, Churns,
Keelers. Willow Wagons anid Cradles.
Washboards, Cocoa Dippers, Clothes Pius,
Brooms. Wooden Bowls, Wash Stands, Bel
lows. Ratkes, I doe. Scythe, Handles, Cof
fee Mills,Soap, Wagon lioxes, Saddle lrous,
Winglow Glass, :starch, Pistols, Canal
Flour, Country Flour, Tobacco, Wool
Caps, Grindstones, Osnaburgs, White
Lead,.)Jadder, Sperm Candles,
Tullow Candles, Twmne, Cast.
ings, Fifth Chains, &c., &o.
WANTED-0.000 lbs. BEES WAX, for
which the highest ensh price wvill be paid.
uEd efiel Advertiser will copy.-Hamnburg
Nov. 13, 1844 tf 42
as opened a SCHlOOL in the Vilhuge of
L.Edgefield, one door east of' the Episco
al Church, for the purpose of teaching the
:veral branches of English Education, and
bIo the French Language to such us may de
reit. ' -
T he Scholastic year wvill be divided into two
ssions of' 54 months, or 22 wveeks each, andJ
me terms of-tuition ua follows:.
'or thme Elementariy branches; $6 00 1
'di- the aboire, with English Grain
mar, Geography-, Arithmnatic and..
Composition, 10 00
or the above, with Botany, Philo- 4
sophy, Astonomy and-Chiemistry, 12 00' 1
or the French.Language and extra - c
charge of 5 00t
Music taghit by Mr. E. B. BAcoN, at ther
anal prices, with the use of the Piand.
Good board and washing can be obtained for
xzor eight young ladies, at $10 per m'onth. f
Edgefield C. H., Jan. 31 -1 2m
R i. LACOUJNT'S ELIXIRt is a speedy, i
certain, and lastirng cure for the mostt
sinful and disutressinig disease that can affect am
le hunian frame. In almost all cases of I
'ooth-ache it arises from a decayed state of s
te ports, which exposes to the action -of the d
mospheric aii,.the niree of internal surface e
the copious or rotten tooth, and a cure mustp
effected; either bj extraction or by render.
those parts imperious to the action of the
r-.Lacount's Elixir i.pfiual adpe
destroy the nerve, without the sl ightest in
try to-the other teeth; and thereby effect a Il
ermanent cure. Its application is imot at- e
nded by the slhghtest patin, or indonrenience. c
IlTThouandsm have declar ed that they wvould 6
:d be without this preparation if it cost $10 -
Price, 50 Cents.
For sale in Edgefield, by IBTS
Oct. 30 6m 40
LL persons imltebted to the Estate of Eliz. 'J
abedh Garrett, dec'd., and also John C. ti
arrett, dec'd., are requested to come forward.
id make payment. And all those-having do- c
anids against either of said Estates, are. re- v
eted to hand them in legally attested,- a
THOMAS GARRETT, Ex'r. t
.Tanuarv 8 Sim '50 -~
Fall and Winter Goods.
WM.'KETCHAM & CO.,
HAMBURG, S. C.
A RE now receiving their FALL ANn WIN
tj. TER stock of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
NEGRO CLOTHS, BI.ABE'rs, BOLTING CLOTHs
CARPETING, BONNETS, and
all the fine and fasbiohable articles for Ladiea
and Gentlemen's wear.
We have completed such .arrangements a
will put us in the receipt of aet Goods weekly
during the business season, so that all the nem
styles of fashionable goods can be found at ou
Store, as good as the best,and cheap as the cheap.
est, as fast as they shall appear in the New Yorlb
THE MERCHANT TAILOR SHOP,
. will still be conducted
By Mr. G. IV. DICKINSON.
A fine assortment of Cloths, C'esimeres, Ves
tings and Tailor's Trimmings constantly or,
WM. KETCHAM & 30-.
September 11, . tf 33.
HAMBURG, S. C.
T HE Subscribers have connected them.
selves in the WARE-HOUSE AND
COMM ION BUSINESS, at the old stand of
G.WALKER, under the firm of
W-ALKER & PEARSON.
They would beg leave to offer their services
to their friends and the public generally, in the
transaction of. a ComanissioN BUSINEss, iln all
its branches. They are prepared to attend to
the Sale, Storage and Shpping of. Cotton, Ba.
con, Flour, and other Produce. Receving and
Forwarding Good's, purchasing to order,. A. 4rc.
They feel assured from the favorable location
of their v are-Housei Well known to the pub
lic as the WATER PROOF WARE HOUS
and foritq many advantages in point of location.
and from the long& exoerience of Mi. Walkpr in
the Cotton businness, who will devote his pei
sonal attention to the sales of Cotton; and
from their determination to devote their nd:.
vided attention to the business. they will. be
able to give general satisfaction.
,Theircharges will bef6rsellingiotoo&tents
per bale; for shipping do,12J cents;for selling all
other prnduce 2 per cent.; 25 cents per pack
ge fur receiving and forwarding Merchandise.
No coitnission will be char-ed onr customers
for the' purchasing of goo&s. Having a fine
Wharf attached to our Ware-House., no
Wharfage will bechaiged on Cotton -onsigned
to our care, either for sae or to be shipped to
Savannat or Charleston. Liberal adyices on
produce consigned- to us. will be made when
We pledge ourselves not to speculate in or
purchase one bale of Cotton, but devote an un
divided attention to the interest ofour customers
which we hope will insure us a liberal patron.
age. Yours, Respectfully,
WALXER & PEARSON.
I. L PEARSON.
I avail myself of the present occasion to re
torn my thanzks to my friends and patrons for
theirliberal support during the past four years;
and I assure them I properly appreciate their
kindness and confidence.; and in retpro will
use my best personal efforts to protect their
intetest when confided to Walker & Pearson,
for whom I would solicit your confidence and
September 4, t( 32
"Prove all therigs. and hold fast to that
whIich is good."-Paul.
T HESE Pills ure no longer among those
of doubtful utiityj. They have passed
away from the thousands daily launched on
the tide of experimlent." and now stand higher
in reputation, and are becomning mo~re exten
dively used ..than any other medicine over pare
pared. They have been introduced into every
place where it has been found possible to carry
hem, and there are few towns, or villages,
)ut contain some remarkable evidences of
heir good effects. But it is not necessary to
idvertise them at large, or to say any thing
'urthers of them, than to (I'cnution those wish..
ng to purchase Antibillious Family Medicine,
o be panrticlar to enquire for S PENCERL'S
EGETABLE PILLS. as there are numer
o0s preparations put on sale almost every day,
f doubtful efficacyh To satisfy thle weorld of
lhe inestinmable worth of this Medicine, I
vonld simply observe that, it hats been long
ased by some of the leading lights of the pro
ession in their exten-nve practice, and is now
Prelpared with -great care, and upon sciedtific
ad chemical priiiciples, for general use, by
he prsenat proprietor ONL.1. Thew imputation
f Quackery therefore cannot be afz~ed to this
lfedicine. since'it is the p reparation of regular
*ratising Physicians, who have made the healing
rt their profession, and whose phaurmacentze
reparations wiacever be held in the highlest uti.
(17Read the following certificate fronr Mr.
). C Kelsey, a popular merchant of Tomp
in's Bluff, Ala.. and thousands of a similar
haracter might be giveni if necessary to prove
be efficacy, popularity and usefulness of this
medicine. - e
Tomphin's Bluf, Ala., Jan. 4,1843.
Dr. A. Spencer-Dear 8:r: I wish .you to
arwaed me a large supply of yoni'pilla; I don't
iink 300 boxes too large a quantity to. send.
sold 160 boxes the last six months; they are
1ey most popular pill in this place. Por bill
us complaints.seick-headache, dyspiepsia. corn
veness and such like diseases,- they aze con
idered almost an infallible rimedy. I hive
een agent for Dr. Peter's Pills, and formerly
aldja large amount yearly; but i now sell three
ozen of your pills to one of his. . My custorn
rs think them superior to Peter's or any other
,Respectfully yours, 0. C. KELSAT.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with full diree
I~I'A fresh supply,ju'st received aiid for sale,
i Edgefield, by .3. D. TIBBETT'S; and oni
roquiry maty be found genierally in all the.
ites, villages, atnd at tie.principal Country
tordsithroughout the State.-.1
Oct. 30. ^ Cm -41
. R. J. G. WILLIAMS respectfully informs
-his frienids and the public at larg, thma
e has removid his Qifice to Mr. B. 3. Ran's
ew Tavern, (next door to Mr. John Lyon's
'ailor-Shops.) where he can. be round at all
mes, unless professionally engaged.
He takes this opportunity to returni his sin
ire thanks toall those who have favored him
pith their patronage, and he. hopies by a strict
ttention to business, to entitle him to meet
meir suppport and- countenance,
Dcc.4 tf 43
Remedy for coughs.,.
DTI.HU LL'S-COUGH LOZENGES ae
I mot-rapidly superceding all otlier pire'pa
rations for the relief of Cough*, Colds,-Asthai,
Whooping--enugh, -Catarrh, Tightness of the,
chest, Bronchitis,- nd similar pulmonary aeW
Thousands, we mity say thousands who hive
t suffered foryears.from eabove diseases are.
now in4be possession of sound health, which
i way be attributed-entirely. to the forti'ndie use
of one 25 cents box of this invaluable iiedi
cine. They are- as ; pleasant to the- taste as
candy-convenient to carry in the-pocket,'and
warranted to be ths mostefectial Cougla.pd.
icine-in use. ... .
Price, 25-Ceats per boxwith direc
tions. . - - -
Hulls. Worm Lokengesr..
WoRMs !- WORMSi! WoRMS4!. -
It is estimated that, 100,000 children die an'
nually- from the effects of wdrm's alone:!! This
vast mortality- could .be almost entirely :Pr
vented by the1use of Dr. Hull'. .WoxmxAlass
os, Every family where there are.chidrezr,
should not fail to keep this impoitant iedici6e '
in the house, and administered' when tisir
symptoms indicate the presence f61 these din
gerous and destructive reptiles. . -
, 87 The following extret-from thes .
ida Garette," speaks the sentiments.ofallwh
have ever used this valuable Woast Dzsaruo
"From oar otwn knowledge, tee take gr'eat le
sure in rece Hduls Worm Lozexrps as
the best Worm extant. [7Chaldren
sil cry for 11hm; and eat em 'as they would
017 A fresh supply, jusr received- and -for.
sale, by J. D. TIBBETT'.S.
Only 25 Cents per box, 'with diretions
Oct.30 6m 4?.
:'VEGETABLE FEVER AND AG!;
AND ANTIFE VER
JiPJL L S.
71 HESEPILLS wherever.they have been
Xkfairly tried have established an e'viable
celebrity; itud are daily sdperseding all othei
prepat'atina in curing the diseases.-for which
they are preplared.
The fowing ceitifidale is froh Judge For
est, a gentleman of the first respectability in
Jefferson co., Alabiama;
Jonbuboro', Ala., 4th feb. 1844
I certify that in the simmer of 1842 1 bad i
severe attackoffevei- and ague, and .ias 'foi
some time under the ti-eainent of a phyiinian;
but ireceived. no benefit frot his preicriptions
-my disease continuing to increase in the
frequency and severity, ofits attackp. I at last
had reedourse to Dr. Hull's. Feverand Ague and
Anti Fever Pills, and in using half a box was
entirely cured, and have remained in goid
health ever since. I afterwards had 'in '
family several cases of fever and agne, ad
have in every instance made use of Hull's
Pills, which have always ishmediately effetted
a cure. J; . F U s'r."
Price, 81 per box, with directions. -
07 A fresh supply, just received and- for
sale, by J. D.TIBBETT'S. -
Oct. 30 Gm 41
State of South Carolina.
iN TE COMMON PLEAS.
Benj. F. Landrum, bearer, Dedii'n
's. in -
Richard Allen. Attachment.
HE Plaiitiffs in the above stated case
having this day filed his Declarati n n my
Office and the D endanti havin~ no wife or.
attorney known to reside..wihtelmiio
th tae vo hom a copy oif the same-'witha
rule to. plead can be served. It is therefoje Or
dered, that he appears anad pulead to the same,
within one year and a day from-tle date hereof,
or final and absolute judgment will be attarded
THOMAS G. BACON, c. c. i.
Clerk's Office d1st Nov. 1844
Nov. 27 44 - y
State of South Carolina,
Henr H. H ill- and -
John-lates et al. as. Crow BiU.
Jonatahl M. Hill- et al. -
jT appearing to mny salisfaction that Joniathan
.Hilad Matilda Daniel, defendants in '
this cawe, are and reside without the limits of
this State; on rmotion by Mr. Wardlaw, Solici
tor for Plaintiflf' Ordered, that said .absent de
retndants do appear in this Honorable.Court
and answer, plend or demur to the Billpf Plain.
tiff, .within three months frets the publication
rf this Order, or the said Bill be taken procon-.
resso against them. . .
om'ri8. S. TOMP~iNS, C. .E.E.D.
Feb.6,i845.}. 2. ur .
State of eduthi Carolina.
DGEE FIELD DISTRICT'
IN THE COMAfQN PLEAS.
Robert R. Hunter, -~Dlaao
P. H. Rooncy. C inL-.
T1 HEi Plaintiff-in' the -abood stated case,
khaving this da filed tfieir Declgrationuini
my Office, and the 'Defendantbavin no wife
ar Attorney 'known to reside witninth imits
if the State on whom-a copy of the samEmwiti,
rule to plead canm be served; "Itis thereij~.
Crdered' That the Defendant apper, 4plad.
o thme same. within a year and aday tin the.
:iate~ hereof 'or lnal'and absolute judgment will'
e awarded against hum. -
-'.THOMAS G. DAC()N,4. c'i
Clerk's Office, 22d Nov. 1844. -
Nov.27 44 - - 'ly
State of Soudh Calolina.
EDGEP'IELD DISTRIC A
olohn B. Rtountre'd, D-'
. as. . Desaini Foreign
George Kepleart. :Atta~anent.
T BE Plaintiff having this ayfiled'hD~e.
claration inr my offle and the Defcndenc
laying no wife or Attorney knont trto be -with
a the State, on whom a'copy of thestme, with,
Srule to plad can be eved:. itis Ordered,
lhat the Dfndant pead teathe usid Declara-.
ion within a yeamrand a day, or final'an'd~abao
mite judgment will he give.ttagiiret hilh'
THOMAS %. BAO~ c. c.~
Nov.1 3-1 ly '4
8' bierebylivet, thaitthrdei~n'oiiths albidi'jes
ftthe road leadin. from E. Settis'st that
*amu's Bridgeron' -Nrkey Creek- hlere- leing
10 objection,)' will ie discontiute as a :puhko
By order of' the Board~a -
'. TROS..L IIBBLJR1 Secretary
-of -Bopard of.Commissionets,
Feb 14 3m ' -