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AM I bet e 4riurift.
or tahle ocenpations,
And Ueds ofevery kind.
Trn.gh the mest distant nations,
Thes is not one you'll find,
Nere nsetnon its station,
ifflistory be true,
bhere-is na one so ancient,
A. is the gainful Plough.
vol Plusghumn said the Gardner,
Com not ustrade with ours.
walk in = the Garden,
And ae dbe early Flowers.
Se cnrous border.
And wiik review,
There's no seh peace or pleasue
Proceeding from the Plough..
& Paradise or pleasure.
A Garden is you know,
A Edam wall a Garden
five tnsand years ago.
Old Adam wasa Gardner.
When be was just made new,
Our Trade is then moraneict,
Than isymr painfWll Plough.
he aid the jolly.Ploughman,
SNo calling Ideapse,
So eah man for hs living.
Upon his Trade relies.
Though Adam in the Garden,
was seat to keep it right,
Be sojourned not in Eden,
Longer I think than one night.
He eat not of his labor,
But what was not his due.
Be was driven from the arbour,
And aunt to work the Plough.
Some of each generation,
This calling do pursue,
That Bread might feed the nation,
The produce of the Plough.
Xon see the hardy Mariners,
Who range the pathless seas.
To - home foreign treasures,
For t who live at ease.
Tboynmust have their proviaiens,
ir sails and enrdage too,
And these are all productios,
From the labours of the Plough.
Nor can a Tradesman live,
if we cousider right.
The Mason, Smith the Weaver,
The Tailor and the Wright.
The Millers have no corn to grind,
Nor conlW they take their toll,
set they and thousands more we find,
Sub'tinou the Plougb.
CretsS.C., May 1843.
Lord's day Afernloon.-The following
paragraph is copied from the Chs iau In
"In our cities, and towns. and moillages.
it is now enstomary to break offthe morn
ing's enereile at the end of about an hour
and a half. with the implied understan
ding, that after the stated interval has
elapsed the people will reassemble to
reunite in prayer and thanksgiving, and
hearing the gospel of Jes. Neverthe
less, in many places, that sacred service
is oblkterated ;and where it s not alto
gither effaced, it is neglected. The
preacher mnst he in his pulpit-but the
people are not in their pews. Now the
very presence of the speaker implies
hearers. Of what use would ho the aos
pal, even annonceed by Pant himself, to
an empty boese ? There is a solemn
contract btween the Church and the con
gragation, and their minister. They
" call" him to preach the gospel ; but
that act directly certifies, that they will
lisen to his discourse, and unite w ith hiis
prayers and praise. Absence, therefore.
frmm 'the house of prayer,'where wor ks of
necessity or mercy do not interpose, is Ott
open violation of their os n solem 'call'
and a direct infringement of the principle
of reciprocal equity. The churches dlo
'o ecallp their ministers to waste their
esupon the air. and to 'preach the
7'wt walls and benches. They are
Invited to annoncee the 'glad tidings of
gatjoy ,' and the persons for whom it is
goodl are not present ; to give life
aadcomfort to the believer, and he is wan
deuingin his field or asleep in his parlor
This indiflbronce and contempt of the
public worship of God on the Lord's day
afternoon or evenngss tbe very 'working
of Satan,' by whieb 'lullaby' the con
science is hushed into carnal seeurity, and
te punaching of the gospel is rendered of
nose eabet. The starved soul criesent~
easy5e11anres, may keaaess!' and blames
thepreacber for his deadness, when the
the indolent Sabbath-neglecter in the
Church is like a weight upon the minia
tars sbholers, through which burden *'he
cannot Ah, or scarce go to reach eternal
es. 'Think of one thing only-Sup
It were possible that you should.
n more of heaven in the eternal
yedthan you al: to the service of God
Inthisatate! Could you impeach the
jaslicw and the benevolence of the "judge.
of all the ighb,"iafhe thus requit you. us
yon have daisonored him? Consider your
ways and bhrise?"
Be not Discouaraged. - Let not the poor
rnechanic he discouraged in his ef'orts to
attain intellectual elevation. AMany of
the brightest luminaries of the scientigec
and literary world, sprung from the ranks
tithe toilers, but they hasd a noble ambition
...mtto rise above their own rank-noijo
becoma tbe oppressors, hut the benefactors
The geauis of a few laborers has done
mere to ameliorate the condition of man.
and break oef he uhacklesofimervitude and
degradation, than all the high bred literati
that the world has yet known.
Neconmer, the plisaber, Smeaton and
Watt, the wateb-maakers. and Fulton the
poor painter. have through their invention
d discoveries opened a world of enjoy
meats, which have given a new impulse
to she ciilization and refinement of man.
They were originally poor mechanics.
The inluence of their improvements on
the steam engine with others which have
ince been made upon the destinies of
man, cannot he estimated. But for the
steam engine to faciliate mining operations.
the large population of England, particu
larly in the manufacturing diatricts would
be illy supplied with fuel, so great would
be the expense of mining and transporting
it to market.
5Many persons imagine that increased
production when the result of uachinery
oppresses the laborer, but this is a mistake.
It will be found upon examination that
the more labor there is required to perfect
any fabric, the less will its use prevail
among tbe poor-even the very men who
When stockings were made by hand,
their use in England was confined to the
wealthy classes. But now stockings are
manufactured by macbinery.and are gen
The inventions of Ark wright and Comp
ton, the barbers. have enabled the poorer
classes of society to clothe themselves as
they never were clothed before. A poor
shoemaker discovered the propcrtics ofthe
magnet, which led to the invention of the
compass, without which this continent
could never have been discovered, nor
peopled by itd present race.
Many ot her examples might he cited to
show that the working classes are indebted
for the introduction of their most vaiuable
physical comforts, t.) their own rank.
Let no laborer,thcrefore. be discouraged
in his et'urts to improve ihe condition of
hituself and fellow-men; let bim toil with
his mind as well a-, hands, and he will
assuredly do somnething far society. A
heavy weight presses -.jpon the shoulders
of the poor. and crushes thei to time earth
-that weight is mental torpor; let them
shake it oli, and they will be free-in
mind and body.
T IL Subscribers respecctfmully miormn their
friends and the public. that they have re
ceived a large and fi resh upply of GOODS.
selected by one of the firm, im New York. Bo-,
ton, PiaiadelIbia, Baltimore and Charle-ton,
which in addition to their foriner stuck. com1
prises the largest and best assortment of Good.
ever offered in this market, consisting in Par
40 hhdm. Porto Rico. New Orleans and
St Croix Sugars,
350 bags Rio. Uuba, Porto Rico. St. Do
mingo. Java. and 31nek.a Coffee.
7hhids. West India Molasies,
10 tierces Cuba do.
35 bbia. New Orleans do.
70,000 lbs. Uacon, tlamms.Sides& Shoulders,
d0.0N0 " Swedo iron, assorted sizes,
5,t0 " English do.
3.000 " Band and floop Iron.
3,000 " Nail Rods & IHorse Shoe shape..
2,000 " Ca:. Germnati. & Blitered Steel,
200 setts Wagon Boxes,
1.700 sacks Salt. (bleached sacks.)
2,000 bushels Salt, in bulk,
50w pieces lieump and row Baggiig, 43
to 46 inches wide,
250 pieces Gunun Bagging.
1,000 lbs. Begging rvime, (W eaver's,)
150 coils Manilla Bale Rope,
100 do Ilenp do do
1.5UX) vaids Osinaburgu,
5,000 lbs. double refined Loaf Sugar,
3,000 - " cruAmed dt.
3.000 " powdered do.
1,000- single refined Loaf do.
20 boxes Turpentmne Soap.
10 ' Spermn Candles.
20 " Ilull's patenit ('andiles,
S tierces fresh grounad Rice
2,000 lbs. Wimite Lead No. I Union Mills,
25 bhl. Canal Fluur, (chmee. brand.)
40 dmz. dmning. patrlot, rocking and
7enses at.ata d Caps.
1.'t0 castes st .mne l.im,.. (in fine order.)
2u kys i0:.pon.t i. t'FF g Powder.
1,000J his. li: Lend.
40 boesi Wimdow Gl:.tt'zlO& 10x12.
134) b~ags sunu:. amsorted sizes,
2,500 paire Sh~ -s,
T,:a. Peper. .4ic . Gigr Chocolate. Cm
nnauon, .Alumnu... diarchm, Nmitmaegs, tmie chuw
ing 'Totbacco. .Ne;:mo Ch-.thi. Btmakets, Shoe
Carduu, 'racks, .aevs Plongh Lmnes, Imuige.
Madder. Blue Sino:-. Copp. n, Eprsom Salt,'.
Linseems (il, l.amp i. n,,a (suemrror article..)
Trace Chtaim, I- mtlt Chnmm. Smoothning Irons,.
bramun ottd cedal~r lincmketa, hourue Bucket..
Paila, Tibs. Kiei4lrs. Wt illow Wagois, mests
Meaa'umes, Feathers. &e & c & c.
slBLE:Y &k CRAIPON.
Slambu~mrg Jly. 1. 13. if 23
A CA RD.
H1.. JEFE m aving this day commeect
I. edi hi.e.fwithm Dr J. F. .R IFFIN.
in tine WARti~lSE anmd COMMISSION
BUSINESS. begs leave to return his sincere
thanks to his friends andm cumstominers. fur ie
crer liberal shtare o.f patronmage hieretstmie h~e
stoved upon himiself, and htpier, the samei, will
be conimnued to thme firm nfl11. L JEFFElRS
& CO., to whose iadvertisemenmt belowt, hie
begs leave to refer. July 19, 1513.
AND 00M.'mIIS8I0N B~aINESS,
Hlambuarg,. S. C.
T3 HIE subscrbers have this day firmed a
Lo-gnartnershipm for the tranisaction of the
above business ini all its branches, tunder thme
name anid style ofli1. L. JEFFERS & CO.
They are now builitg, and will have complllet
ed by tho 1st of Sept next, am urasire andl
rosamediou WA RI:.OtSE immediately en!
th rnia tetlnn io town, remmote
frmalne yfrad entirely above
high water mark, which wvill be a safe anid con
renient depmository for Cotton. Mlerchandlize,
&c.,* conhided to their came. They offer their
services to their friends and the public genersd
hy, as agents for the sale of Cotton. Flour, Ba
con, &c.; the purchmase of goodsm to order, re
riing and forwarding mierchmandize. stom g
and sbhippinmg Cotton. &c. &c.; aiid promise
tict amid proompi attemntion to all orders 0on
btsiness addressed to them.
The subscribems lang n pledged theomelves
tot to speculate ini Cotton. utn their ownm znc
:ount in any way whatever, are pre.pared to
give their u'div'ided attention to the imnterest of
heir ctuatoners, amid from the long and well
kown experiemice of amne of thme partniers ini
le practical part oif the Commrissionm busimness,
hey hope to receive anmd umer it a share of pub.
peg II. L JEFFERS.
J. F. GRIFFIN.
Hamabnrg July 29, 1842.
Augtraut tf 27
B ROWN LINE.NS, and FlNE DRILLS,
Just received by
JNO. 0. D. FORD.
New Spring and Summer
T HE Subscribers have just received, and
are now offering to their customers and
the plblic generally, a full and well selected
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods,
Comprising every vniety of Goods in their
lint, suited to the Spring and Summer trade.
which they will sell at prices to suit the times.
ALso-A geneial asrttient of
Grocerfes, Hardware, Hats,
shoes, &c. &c.
which will be sold at prices which cannot rail
to give satisfaction to those who may favor thenm
with their patronage. We were induced by
the present reduced prices of Goods, to tmake
heavy Psurchases, wa.hich enables us to olter
strong inducements to purchasers. We are
determined to "ell, and let those who doubt
our ability to plearac them, cau and see.
We also continue tihe business or
Millinery & Mantuamnaking,
under the suporintendr.uce of Mrs. C. N1.
DOWD, and having received a new supply
of Goods suited to that branmch of trnde fare
prepoated to execute all ktidui of work with
neatness and despatch.
Orders froma the country promptly attenided
to. BLAND & BUTLER,
April12 if 1i
1il1E Subsetcbers respecttully mamrm their
old ctmatoutcra and the pulic generally,
that they are now receiving a:d openming their
Spring A Stnammer Goods ;
Eumbracmg a general ats-sortment of
Faney & Staple Goods,
HATS, SHOES. & GROCERIES.
Having disposed of the "reater part of theii
old -tock. they are now able to offer an almost
entire new stock of Goods, which they will sell
at prices to suit the titnes.
G. L. & E. PENN.
April12 ti 11
New Spring and Summer
T HE Sichribea.. are iow receiinimg fron
New Yoirk. their
Spring & NStiviater Goods,
Emnbracing abio-t eer aartmele :mniaaly kel
in thin- m.itrket. \ e ima; e ..a tel- 'l ir a.oss
with great care. nmd ra:,p- our eta.,toanei
amd the piblic generailv i.. eill a u e x:aimo.1
for themm:-elves.u nmmd ... a. 0" Prie <10 car
re-spold with tlt: im . al: i.'h-9'm*- f
pa.4 fivorp, and e. te ,et attel.tiii to bu
sitnesma to) imerit i C n' m nli ll l..
l'ird.-Ll y & i;tY.\\.
Apmil 12 . i-m
I ESPECT'- I.I. linormi Li" emn1m
tonme,. :tid the pu elic getieratlv
that I- is just returied from Charltim
with a variet y of articles in his liet. n% hi-f
he will dispose of oni ternms to suit them
:nnreh22 tf 8
Columbia, 1511h Jun1e, P44:9.
T 11 E followmiig IEGM1i 'NTS will parnaal
faar He,. iew and Mrill. at tie timie. and
places heremn stated. viz:
The i4th Itegiment at Virrenrm. oi Sattir
day the 9tl col Sepiiltebr,
'l'he 8th R-ieient it .Morronca's fold field, om:
Thursday the i 4th of septemibe.
The 6th epitment at o.om i, on ntnirliy
time ltith a Sepitr.abrr.
Theoo. 9thl Regtmimrt at Lowe's. oii Tiestd.aa
the 19th of Seriemter.
The 10th IRgimment at itirinrlson's. on
Thirsmday the 21pt -f Spm'iteiiber:
The 7ih iegimenit at time Old Wells, oi Sa.
turday time o23 of Septemibr.
The Conimmiied and loti-contlitionamed
aillicers w~aill as..etable ati their reahpecta~e itegi
tmental nmmster g roindm, for drm ill amid in.trmctaion
on tihe diay pmrvimnim ti their review.
Tme .llajor tienearails anmd firigadlier G;ene
rals will, with their suite tattemnd time rea.iewsa~
within their co~mmmands.
Tme B~rigadd, r Generalq are chmargedl with
time extenmtimm ofC this omder so far as relates to
their imepeetive Brigades.
Dy order mof tihe Cmommammnderin cief:
J. W. CA N Ti. Adja. & liutp. Gen.
ll7 To' be~ pubishied man all thme paphers locamteda
withmt the flrigadems ord're.d mnm lfor re. ie.v
and tin conmtimnue unitil thme reviews~, aire m' er.
Jnnie 28 13t 22
4'OLL clam, Iiiin Jcii, I1S43.
Oniir.n Nm, -
S iii neh ofrader.: d:miedml. ad Qa~rteara
Coimalmmii. [Itim Junemm. i '13 relates ta tin
8th amid titht llaiegenents ol'Infmantiry .are hemrebyv
counatermanadeal. they' w~aill par.de ama llowm.a
Th'ie 8thi lbegiment at ?sMrrows old lield, ont
Tnemsdiay mlhe. im at epatembear.
Th'ie titmh Regai ma t at Lommamx. on Tihmur-day
time lii aof Septmbeaia. Thi 42ilier. andma
nonomaiamissionedai etimcer., will une~ambale time
dav para. ini .mt their regimenmta! pa:arade gronaad,
fo mdill anid in-ttnmetcan.
Th'ie Genemmral ii comimand of the di a i.dont
and tihe Brianier Genierals wall. nith theair
suite attenid thce rca evmw.
Tme Lirigadier Gseneral of infanitry wadt ex
temid this order.
Byv order of thme Cocmmanmder.ina chief:
3 W. C.\NTEY. Adjt. & inmp. Genm.
117 Toubei pubishled ini all time papeiars I located
widitan the Birigades oirderedl ouit faor rev iew,
and' to continue unmtil tho reavmews are' over.
Cotuinmiii, I lih July, 1843
V lIE following Regiments of Cavalry will
1.parade for leavieaw anad Drill as follows,
The lst Regiment. at a place to he selected
ly time General ii commandl of time Diviion. on
Thutrsday time 7dm Sceptemiber. hm repoartinig toi
thea C'omaamamder-ims.Chietby mime ith oafAmmgnit.
hea 2d llegimient at ionrnmires. mmn Satrday
time 16th Serteimbmer. Th1m.eaacomemiaiined anmd
non-catiumissimed officers will assembihle otn time
iay presicus foar D~rill and luastrmmctionm. at time
Itenimentmal Parade Groundas.
hle Generais ini coammmand oaf thme 5th andmm
lt D~ivimami. will extenid this order. anid attenid
w~ithi their siie time Rev iew.v.
fly urmder ot the Cominander-in Cieif,
J. W. (:ANTEFv.
Aad'jr. .%. lut.. Grnl.
IIT To be pubilithed inm alt time pnmpers hacamt
rdi witiin the litigamdmsorderedl out mor review.
rid to cmantinue tumi the rea. icia.s arce ovem.
Jiah 19 !it 25
IS liE RI EBY G iv EN, that npiataion will
Ible imadea at ti-e mext &esimn mof thme i.egiA.
ator of this State. to incorporate lDethany
SAugust 7 tim 28
is lIER EIY GiVEN 'hint application
IwillI be amade at time tnexi Sessiutn of thn
Legisintmnrme of limit State, iar an Act ofincorpo
ratimon for the Chuarchi at liardiem', conmmmonly
:nled liig Stmiees' Creek.
Aciomurt 7 tm 28
COULISuA, 22d Junae, 1843.
ORDsii No. -
A N Election for Major General to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the resignation of
Mlajopr General George .icDnfie of the First
Division, will take place on Saturdly the 30th
of Septenber next. The Brigadier Generala
of the Division are required too extend this or
der to their respective Bri::ades. and nmake a
return imanediately thereafter, to the Adjutant
and Inspector General's. departeent at Couin
bia. the result of said election.
By order of the Coanmander.in-Chsief.
J. W. CANTEY.
Aidj't. 4- Insp. Gen't.
July 5 :3 t 23
lEt To be published in all the papers in the
Division until the election.
1st Dlauosa'j. Fs. C. t.
n oElgelield, July 16th, l.43.
I N owlienace to .in order from the csounman
dler.in-chiet'. the following lIeene it- of Ca
valry. wiill parade at the tine ased placesi here
in ..t.stted, viz:
Thl st Itesiment at OWd Pendsleton Village.
on Thairsrda hfle 7th Sept.
'The 2 l'te inenrt of cav'dry at Lotinires.
lit Saturday the ltl Sept
Tie can'uniieid and non-conani:-.iotned
n'is c e r,4 (ro:-porall. inicinded) Will a Ie% ste
day previus. 1;or drill. ari iisitrutaiotn.
The division .nd li i:adl Stall. n% ill attend
the re% aewa oh t'he di i-ion.
By order eft lrig. Gen]' 31. .. Donham.
C1aatntua:J.amg 14 Di.iaien.
JAS. L. ORt.
Dep. A d,'I. Gen'i.
Jlly 19 9t '15
Re;;'tI. Head QuuarterM,
Ln.rma.ai. Jus::. J:43
Orderm No. 12.
T ilE Ulope tlattailion if the seventi Re
ginmea Inliu.try. S. C. 31.. i-1.ereby or
deed to l'aadie at the l'ioe lone. toa Satur
turdav the '6 ot.-!e-tesighr ne-t f..r i: i anid
R1eview. Thlue itti. "r a l saun coma-io ed
oticers will a Cel.- t 4. d:iy previui rlir
Drll and Ina-trionr:a.
0hl W. 'W', k-Iillo! ' . p o: -r. te, otielis
ant inn-co .-u a ..taccar the day e-v
1.01A'S T WIG!, . .L.
cul. 71h :.: luf N. C. M.
Jul1y . ~2.2
"iitt' ill Soli l ill 'Oal- lam.
E'DG EFI''.L.D WldillcT.
J* TH1. C01 :T i 0 1:*>.1D1Y.
hl:n Wise. \dlinu tr.
7 1Et '..\S \Vali:nn Wiae. A'5.drusitra
I Ialie.a v i. -e. hm. ren:u d ftt
I'. S it: %Vth4-1 hits Ite.:ecoiute louate ad.
in: irtion. lihi a.-t, urnugienua.
.ni It th.- .i.reie's ' -id aelitimt.t.r. hia,
ajoptl to m,- Iim rele 'in flu premi-ls: Tlsie.i
-ir-- thetelwse to lusiimn :unl r. pusire thew ,tid
n ih..n W .-.aantiw rastor of liurs is
.inu hu.. 4artie'-. 311%,-, mwva in"en. and Lew
*. Jo:tu., to a pjwur at tmy otiuive oi the th d:i%
of N% 'uetaher tet at III s'clck. to rendr an
accoutut of -:ad :uauni-tration. :mid ablide sehti
hirtle-r otrd.-r ml do.cee a.. Inta% be :uade n at
Ol.IVElR' TOIW L.ES. o. :. i.
Orditinarv', Ofice. thla Anignet. l13
Aniui.t 9 :ils
St;ue ol ',South 4 'ar)o1illla.
E DGEFI EL.D Ol.STR CT.
IN 1.QU T Y.
lticihard laardy, et al.
Vs. Dillfir I'artiliun.
Thomas I larty.st a l.
IT applielarm'g Its uhe satii.:twu 'f the Colis
uai"sioer. tleat the I)etinl uutS Thomas
Liardv. Jauss liari, ltarl au .sameriou Al.
left flowerson. lltower:ui, chil.fre tf
Nae Iluwet. d.-ee:u.ed. Chule, ll..a,'ey
antd nwf I-',bIjz-. an~d Jatmi e-t .. Ahe'r 4;lass
ton anud n. it' Tavy II. Gi laitoiu. J ohna l'aurks
and wife L.ncv W 'rks, ie-ie wnhoaut the
limits of theasate; lua futotion, hv% listahantui.
Conplainants Suiheitier, ort de'red. t hau thei s.sid
abhsenut def'enantust do peleadl. answer or deuir
to) colunplasinanlts hill, withinu haree .eianthls fgit
thse peta:tiona of t16:s order, or the ,id hei'l
will he sa keun pro c onfrsi~so a;.:aunst thaeiun. .I.
J. -'.tl ilV. c. ..:.n
Cranm'r.<. 0)5irc. fI''rid .1-1! .t. l.t:.
Alauv 24& :n 17
State ofI Sol~ (arolilla.
I.\ TIll-E COMM\0. 'LI:A $.
S .31. WV. Ii. 1. 311 ll.Ehu. whse hua, bieent
* airre-fae.t. anud a. ues conutinsed n' lahen
thse boiuds ofE the J.salu of l'.d:eield IJisuracs, b
virtaue ofta capsit.us ad -:ata.ue-ai. at ls the i
of Jta.eI ag'au ad. hav~gi~ lbsd hos puetuasuon.
with aCl ibis' une n w''th. si, n- ho.le etat. ag nd
eloe.-.- wal h a ie as ibt.uiis taiebtr l ofl'~~
tae Acs' it'h tg ieral Asatuebly c''nuaionuly
caslledl the tg-tlvent hi.eht; rs.\.
tinlif e'thes agd :. .31 Ws's. 1I. I.. .\lg~' die aill be
h.-a:rtl uu thae Coeiurli tCisimoi l'lena- 1.r l'.die
i,!lds-tr-ca. ait l'd d.-hi ('t lion.-. 'un
Weh-a he 'nIi. d.ta sit In Dlobe r sne~t. lor
a a ne t-- d -. tI.. Ceauri .hauii ''rider. dsar.
t:lt the te'rmu ciinenemu't.: m: the' firsut 31 'edayu
uau * Prcsttber ti''t. atsai lasu e ;u:u' audi all alhe ire
it or' of ..agae S. .31. W. I). I.. .ihIler are heie
liy uausimged' sgeithearieia'ahly er by5 their at
toen ev, liaenu antd therre. ui tasend Const. t) ,sw
cansa-, at anyt ahe' cana ns by the beneslit,. ol thme
Acts auo-tid'ou ldati t noeute b Its uae sut-i t se..aicd
5. 31 . Wi. I). I.. 31 sier. 01po1 ii secituting~ thes
as-ignmatet iaparedl by thii A'rt- o tsre-eud.
G Et . l's L, c. c a'.
Edgrfeld C. If. Cb'rk's (ijre.
'2ilh 3lauucha le4:.
Jnnu 2 (.91l7 ti24) ..m .2
i X T ilt (.'0.11.110.V ' 1u.1F.i .S.
JOlIN .\1.1Ra~sII, who is ins the cutstody
o the lit .le~ tlsfer l'.Ietieldl Dietrict.by~ v rtut
aifim n fit of capia.' aid batsseaailitit. aut the t'uait
oatf )wer:i & l-'uunlev, ir the use of S. Ona enus.
hiun lg ril-:d eeldu histsetiti in myi ofiirei withs a
'cheduslseui onaoath. it Isis whsole estaste real said
pe~rsnal. lfor tihe puarpouiA so obt~aiig thue
benuetit uf thse Acts oft ienessratl Ascsambly coml
antly called1 the lnaulrcen Debhturc Act':
l'unIelic Nic ir'is haerebyv giveni thsat the peti
tOni eut thase aidi Johna 3larsh will be hseardi aund
cotansdered mu thes Coaiit ot' Commnu I'les for
Ied geliueld littract. ait LEdgeluiL Curt lsiosse.
e the se'coisd slay ol Oeoe nuext. sir sucha
otheusr dasy ol'lte unet te'rui feer taids C'sourt as
said JCent umy airecra atnd all ilhe crediutors of
3adJh laarsh arie lher. by siuiutmonued tia ta
puear then~u antd athere ina thai sid Coart, to lsow
case if ansy thaey cain. wahy the benfl.it of thea
.\che atfore'said 'simbe uuot bei grated el te sid i
John Shlarsh,. uponul his e'xceuinag the aissigns.
mienut re-qumted biy thae Act-, .tforetsgd.
GEOt. h'Ol'E, c- c. a.
Clerl,'s Ofrie. Jaue 2ti. a"|3
June s2$ (.9h17 t12., :mu 2~2
- hmetiuagu amid Shirlinsa..
.--.4, 11.4 aind 12-4 Browna & islg-acheds
4- , 1iEETINGS ands SII1ItTINGS.
Jsust received by
JNO. 0. DI. 'OR D.
litnhtirg. A pril 17 it f i?
State of South Carolina.
Willian C. Black, Bill for Accot, and
v. Marshalling A4sses, i
J. L. Pearson, & a] rc.
IN pursuance oftn Order, niade in this case.
at June term. 1843, requiring the creditors
ofSanuel Caldwel. to a ppear before the Cuo
tunssioner. and prove their demands against
said estate. on, or b.-ore the first Monday in
November next. I hereby appoint Saturday
the 2dth day of October next. Tre creditors
oruaid estate will therefore take Notice to ap
pear before me and prose their denands, otn
that day, at Abbeville Court Hlouse. .
II. A. JONES, c. E, A D.
Conniissionzr's Offee, 20th June, 143.
June 2V 3m 22
THME U. S. DISTRICT COURT,
DISTRICT OF SOUTl CAROLIN.
IN the natter of Daniel floyt, 31echame,
formerly of New Yoirk, now of Abbeville
DVietrict. Sosuth Carohina. is Hankrupt.
l'utannt to nt Order of the istrict Court
of the United States. for the Dititrict of South
Catolina. N-btice is he*reby -,-iven. that cause he
.hewn before the said Court, at the Federal
Court ilowse itt Charle-ton. on the taith day
ol September neXt. at eleren o'*clec k. A. Mi.
wchy the said Dauiel 1iyt. shioucld not re-.
ceive his Disicharge and Certiica:cas a Dank
Charleston, 12th alay ofJune. H843.
11. Y. GRAY, Clerk.
Jtne 21 12t 21
THlE U.. S. DIS TRICT COURT,
DiSTRICT or ourtal CAWIttoNA.
IN BA K R PI'TCY.
N the .lsutter ot .lartin l'oes. late a Millei.
tiow a Farmer of ildgeigfieol Dtr ict, S.C.
l'urorun cit ti -tu fIrier of the Dists ir'
t'fthe S'1it.-d States. for t Ie I-' - if ouithi
Str ,.iia Notice- i- It, ' - ... ca. that caup'e be
c--n he ere t io -..- t 'ort, at the 'eu-si I
8:.ntr' ! s i. Charleetot. ot the iitith d
;: . .. ' e iext. at elevei o'clock. A. 31..
..Iy hii said \l..rtm Posey. should not receive
his lha-r!w:rge a" a Binkript.
Cuic.stutl, 12th day otJuine, 1-43.
)I. V. GRAY. CLIrk.
Jum.- 21 12t 2!
Vegetable Ague Medicine.
A Nie adto rerlt, cure fur tie Cills nod
Fever its all its complicated lorms,also ati
enernat retied ftor f'ever, ol'every description.
Thle. 3iedicim his bcei used by tihet propri.
eto .s tnumeteber of years i extetcsve practice',
deai in- n,% bcicih lot-, he has treat.d some che'u.
ratnd- uf case. tit feivers and from the ruccess
01 this ntase of pra:ice. lie is cotnfidetnt it must
.ini widl be t lhe pret ailing poristice inl levers
it never lai; t, perlurto a core of Chills and
i-ece -r the- rikt*r ii
laons.^TysAj us. Nerrjus. Congestice, IWinter
ad 'r/ll-e 4.rtir. all iield to te' ne of this
irdriine,. & t are cored by this ,.ystemna ol
lprancre e a .-i-er ime and n ith mtiu tch tiore
vertait Mass by aty other system ofl practice
Ci'LRTl 'lC \TES.
nIMrrM:...y -ette Co. Ala. Jan. 10. 1,-4-2
Dr. isampion :-Dear cir. I leave been a
greatt fat orite of' Dr. apnlt'sPsIll. and
unt1111 last fill had no, t Ieard f -f our pills. Your
ap-!tha leit some tn this untry. and I have
oued icethi te iny practice to a ciasiderable ex
teIl. atid I rate with pleastire say, elit as far as
it kwecm hedge xt'en.:4. they acre mtuch seepe.
ior tee :i.iy mieesJ:ee I lie ied in rases of
Frier-. I im so lorr'.ibly aid fomti perioneial
Inionedge c'ne d tic'a o the sal:itrv nod all
Inprtant c leet-- of yri pills. that'l asm ex
'reseiv ax:.tns ti leave Vl make ian agent inl
tIes viwl'jmt) ''here cant ice a lhrge: anount
isol tiere for cash Votre truly.
Ii. P. LEONAKD, M. D.
)I t.AS Co.. Alt., Apri! 4. P443.
Dr. ('ha,npion :-ear rir.-Of tie' iliA j
n ic I rt'eeivedi fromt vont I leave fountd sae~ie
lior at coeniiealeiue quatity . I think that it
ac ill le sickilyliere itt c'onisiejpence tcf thtt e we
-Termg Yoiur pills gtc wecituc geineral saIa.c
tuot here, that I amt perseidueed by myi teighi
hors tec write to you for ai large supltl of both
kiind<. :tt n now kni.utht keuep themo,
i'lea.e send ilthe oon. na I exptect to celil aull
that I hae written for by. the tiun e utir a'ett
is arounmit m Jul. '
Yours we'ith tittuch respect.
Eachi boxc contains 24 pilis, N2 of which are
soi liieent to eit e ianyvordiniary case of Chiills
acid Fceve.r. l'rice .31 25. and
v. I:0 i a eti:. Avi t -ni~tecL', A .,TI n O 1.
Til r'tR~iF yc., AOcATite.nTtC t'IL~t.,
J'otaseassin four imortaait properr. fcor the
(curr l uf ista~,s. rar faullycaned corretly combelcd,
cina airle It to assi~aI ther e-fert: of aiiA.t r. foer thse
bn mit/t of thar brlth oii~ f mnanuinad.
Thli. micin itt'i recieiimendied to the atten
tent eof those ilhcted with Liver Comcpiitu
[y ~cens'i.I )reep-y. Jitilionas habitts. Costec
ie's-. (Cheolern moirbit., lhieutismiet. Sceofua.
bitIni 8tomt:irke. edtp aced app~etite. Wtormit. Ceen
eiae. [nc hciehI is kniown by ai in ekineg een'a
tien ::t the pit of thie <tomeachc.] Janndice, I leac
i-le amtii co L stc hie' p.epitaon of the hea:rt.
D~irccva. liycentery. 'ir tlna. Ner'.Otis aiflec
ten I heart hnirnc. Whlite eetihag. and all
thnc.l.e i-r aes ari-o eg f'rom inmpiue blood.
Price 23 ets per 4iex, anid for sale by
FILAZI(l & A01DIS0N,
Ef el',fdI C. II., S. C.
R IS I.FY & CO). llamebur2, 3. L.
IIAVILA.SD, lIIILEYA. & CO.
Also, inc nearly till otf the ton ns a hnd vilagce.,
and by ntimereets coetiry nigents in all the
W e ern anid Snthernzi States.
Jute " Gm 22
New 2!ipring & Summuer
G 0 0 D 8.
Icece nwcpeing at his stoie in llamburg.
Ka lull assorttmentt oft
for the .ipi ing and Summier Trade, which he
wecill sell rrry low liar Czt-h.
'March 2'. if 9
L L personsi inde'eted to us on accounts
I duo the fist oh Janutary last. nre re
quested to entne and settle up. \Ve have
to pnay our debt~s.
Feb.13 tf 3
jIY' N;:rnocmae eA31. a Dricklayer, has
nico iuthiority or permission hiatt tme, to
mtiei :any ucntracre or pecrfcom aniy cework-ser
tee re-icee any moteney ten acceount ol woi k donie
Ai all percitnn arc tnotfil tnot to deal, trade
or traticik weeith himti.
Auigust 21. 19,43. : 3
O l.:vEcery deseri Jpt ion e secuted with
neatnesi& des ptsteh,nt the Olilice.
VEGETABLE FEVER AND AG_ C'
AND ANTI FE VEP,
A CERTAIN and effectual cure for Ague
and Fever; also used succersfully in the
treatment of Bilious Fever. Nausea, General
Debility. and Nervous Weakness.
The worst flattering recommendations of this
Medicine have been received front manay emi
ient Physicinsis and others who have used it.
And it is presumed that no medicine has ever
beenm used A, hose action has been more benefi
cial, pleasant and iivigoratin.t, and called forth
fron afflicted sufferers such expressions of
heartret gratitude and ihankfulnesa. Person,
taking the Pills. soon find themselves relieved
-Chill broken! Fever gone!! Stomachand
bead lice and healthful !!! Stength and ip
petite increatsing and improving, and all net
Vents weakness fled.
Whea taketn according to the directions ac
coipantving them. theynever fail to cte the
Chill usd k ever the first day. .and neversicken
the- stanmach or operate upon the bowels.
Thair action upoi the whole system is so
chnr Imi ng. thn peroans ar invarinably surprised
an1d piu-:t %aa mh their sai.id and complete
reaturaitio tie health
The Pl'ls are ptrely and solely Vegetable;.
and the happy cotubination uf the ingredients
and their prop.o.rtions are sueh liat to poodnee a
nedictne which never fails to relieve when
relief is at all uiatonble.
r.ach box coataint. 20 doses of Pills-Price,
One Uullar. For -vol by
iiAVILANI), R-L'Y & CO..
A-ent. Angusta, Georgia.
J D. TIBETS,
EAl - C.turt House.
i). 1. W.GIIGER.
Aug. 16 6m 29
A PUBLIC B.ESSING.
r 11ESE PILLS have lonug been known
I and appreciated, for dir extraordinary
and uintediate powers of restoring perfect
heaha to persons suffering under neatly every
kind of disense to which the human frame as
liable. They ate particularly recommended to
all thoe persons who are udflicted with any kind
nf a chrunuc or lingering complait, as there is
not medicine before the .ublic which has so
natural ;anod happy effect upon the system in
corcetng the stomach and liver, and to the
foa nation of hcaltby chyle atd thereby purify.
iag the blotod.
'lTey are acknowledged by the hundreds and
thoustaids na are osuig them, to be not only
the uiont wiud and pleasant in their operation,
bit the- motut perfectly innocent, safe and edi.
rient mnedicinte ever offered to the public.
Those %, ho once nako a trial of these Pills,
never fterwnds feel wililag to be without
thei. nad call again attd again for more, which
is -utiuent paofouf their good qualities
iiE..DAIIE-SICK OR NERVOUS.
Thse who hiave suffered and are weary of
.herm~ag n ith this di.ressing complaint, will
tind -Spxnrer's 'egeabh&. I'Uls a rmucd y at once
c.:it.in and i'museadiate in its effects. One sin.
gle dome of the Palli. taken soon as the head
ache is tIt coming on, %will cute it in one-half
hour e ntirely.
A- a nrenedy in sammer and borel complaiais,
they dipplav tlhein wotnderful powers to admi.
t tation. and are far -perior to any thing in use
fur these comts pl.dinta.
Ita ligsppata an Liver Complaint,they stand
urio% ated. 3laiy have been cured in a few
weeks. after hatoing suffered under the dread.
fil romplaint fot yenrs
it labiual Costirexess they are decidedly
ocupierior to any Vevetable Pill ever brought be.
fore die rubblic ; and one 25 cent box will es
tabli,h their surprising virtues, and place them
beyond thae reacts of doubt in the estinmauion of
Tftey are iajluable in nesrvous and haypo
cht'ntriacqj affections. loss of appetite, and all
cinomplasots to whli-h females alone are subject.'
They ae wild itn their action, and convey
altmost immediate convictiont of their ultility
fromt the tirst dose. They may be taken by
persons ut anty agec: and the feeble, the infirm,
the nervotus antd delicate are strengthened by
their otpeationt. because they clear the system ~
of al ha mours. quiet ncrvoua irritability, and
a tartiably praduice aiotund health.
t puta adsao f threehkanred and screuty thou
sand bars o.f these mestimable Pilh, have been
sotld wvtiti thte last twselve mtonths in three
states daone. and mtare than three times theA
.aane qatty in other States.
As tan anti bulitus mnedicine, no family should
be w ithoutt :hemt. A single trial of them i
mitre satisfactory thanu a thousand certificates.
Talladerga Springs, Talladiga Co. Ala.
Aaugust 17. 1642.
Tii i< to certifv. that i hare beetn afflicted
nritht .sick llendacten. Dvapeopsia and Liver
complattinit. atnd Costivenesst for the last eight
oir hilte yer tduring wrhicht time I had) taken,
a- wiell as I recallecatzahoutt sat - boxes of Beck.
withts PIts. twenlve boxes oaf P eter's Pills, and
a mnbta.-r of htoses of Champion's and Bran
dreth'sa Pills, all of which atlorded me but litfb
or ano relief. At !ast I was recommended to try
lDr. Speinaer's Vegetable PaIls, and wvell I did;
fo lineerhal bitt onae aitnck of the Sick
ileadachea aftear I canaonsence'd taking the Pills,
(tattw abouit -ix .tnnths.) andh I canadidly' con
fe.ss. thait I have dlerived-mnore real benefit frotm
the se oft Spencer's Pills, thtan from all the'
othter 3ledlicones aund- Pills set I have ever
talien, aind I would earnea'. recomurend them
tato i- n..teing in my opinion, the best natedi
eme in uste fair all hnagesing a tamplaints, The ,.
Pills h.mve da...e tme s. mtach good, that I.
waould taot feel wling to b.. without them for
live dollars a bax;t aund I cannot hut feel very
grateful to Dr Spencer for having prepared
stach a valauabhe medicine,' and the distribution
of it is conferrinag a very great favor on the
puiblic. as it is a thing of the mt importance
thbat every family should have a supply of Dr.
Spaencer's truly valuable Pills constantly ott
handa. ISAAC Mf. THIO&t AS.
P'rice.25 cetnts pcr box, n ith full directions.
For stale lby
H AiILA ND. RISL.FY & CO..
J. D. T1BBETS,
Edgefield Court House.
Dr. W. W. GFE1GFER,
Atug 16 lima 29
Brought to the Jail
O l' District a tnegro mao, who
e.)ullnb.tmelflJA CKSON. five feet 2
incraes high:, s cry balack comiplexiosn. about
30) yenrs age, his lelt leg shorter than the
right. ays he belngs to Mir. James Hardy
of Anderson District. 8. C. who lives
n ithin threae miles of Mir. Samuel Earles
atore, antd that he ranaway five or six
T he owner is requested to come forward,
pro' e praoperty' teny charges, and take him.
awny.,tlern ise lie will lie disposed of ac
cording t, law.
C. II. GOODMA N, Jailor
July 19 - f 25