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"You're welcome, Old Winter !" the rich man t
With a bosomn of proud 'ontent, P
As r6und his carpeted halls his eyes d
With meaning glance are sent;
ror'the fires buru bright, and the casements
Ate curtained with drapery rare- h
The winds may howl and the snows may fall, e
But what doth the rich man care.? U
"Y6u're *elcomenOld Winter !" the gay lad ,
- . i-ies,
As he plunges into the sao*, -
Or o'er-th ice Bound streamlet flies,
Like a shaft from the twanging bow;
For the garments warm are about his form,
And his sport is rich arad rare ! 0
Old Winter may bluster and rare and storli,. r
But .hit doth the'drchin care ? s
"Oh! Winter is dreary !" the poor man cries,
As he wends along the street,
While the snow in his frost nipp'd visage flies
And benumbs his unsh6d feet!
COh Winter is dyear!" But there's none 'to
The plea of the poor and 'old; d
Strait on goes the crowd with unlistening ear- t
Who cares if the beggar is cold ?
"Alas, it is Winter! And wo is me!"
The Widow exclaims and clasps
The shivering Orphans around her knee;
In a wild and phienzied grasp;
itrough the.frosty pane on the life-thronged S
A laughing crowd %he sees,
And merrily jingle the sleigh-bellsgay,
While the Widow and Orphans freeze! a
Ay! Winter is drear! 0, ye rich ne'er smile
At my simple and homely MuA, - .1
Nor the tale of.the poor man's woes revile,
Nor a helping hand refuse; a
Jor Heaven has blest you with stores of gold,
And how shoild your thanks appear, 1
Dlut' by shielding the poor from hunger and h
And making their lves less drear!
The Rich and tie Poor Man. g
BY EHEMNITZER. ' S
So goes the world; if wealthy, you may call "
This friend, that brother, friends and brothers it
Though you art worthless-witless-never
mind it; td
You mdy have been a stable boy-what then 1
'Tis wealth, good sir, makes honorable men.
You seek respect, no doubt, and you will 9
But if you're poor, heaven help you i though
your sire ti
Had royal blood within him, and though you hi
Possess the intellect of angels too d
"'ie all in vau;-the world will ne'er enquire
On such a score:-:=Why should it take the
'Tis easier to weigh purses, sure, than brains. a
Ponce. saw a poor fellow, keen and clever,
Witty and wise t-he paid a man a visit, t
And no one noticed him; and no one ever b
Gave him a welcome. '-Strange" cried I;
whence is it !" 8
He walked on this sidd, then on that, d
He tried to introduce a social taat; i
Now hete, now thete, in vain he tried ;
some formnally and freerzingly replied, C
Said by their silence- Better stay at home." I<
A rich mnan burst the doot',g
As Crmsus rich, liim surd b
He could nut pridle himself upon his wit ; it
And as for wisdom, he had none of it; c
He had what's better ;-he had wealth.
WVhat a confusion !-all siand up erect- h
These crowd around to ask ham of his health; h
These bow in honest dtuty aind respect,
And these arrange a sofa or a chatir,s
And these coniduct him there. r
"Allow me sir, the honor;-Then a bow ti
Down to the earth.-ls't possible to show
Meet gratitude for st.cha kind condescension ? ti
The poor man hung his head,e
And to himself he said,-h
"This is indeed-beyond any comprehension :'"
Thetn looking round, a
One friendly face he found, P
And said-"Pruy tell me why is wealth pre
To wisdomn ?"-"That's a silly- question.
Replied the other-'"have you never heard,
A man may lend his storeI
.Of gold ur silver ore,
But wisdom none can borrow, none can lend ?"
Tar. PaissYa's HOUR OF PEAct. s
Know you the Printer's hour of peace?
Knowv you an hour more fraught with joys
Than ever felt the maid of Greece, tl
When kissed by Venus' am'rotus boy ? F
'Tis not ~a hen news of dreadful note
His columns all with minion fill;
'Tie not when brother printers quote F
~The eliosions of his stump worn quill.
'Tis not when in Miss Fancy' glassF
Long advertisements meet his eye,
And seem to whisper as they pass, n
We'll grace your columns by and by.
Nor is it when with numerous names,
His leng thened roll of vellum swells,
As if 'twere t'much'd by conjuror's wvand,
Or grew by fairy magic spiells.
No. reader, no-the Printer's hour
.H is hour of real, sweet repose,
Is not wh.en by some magic power,
His list of patrons daily grows:
Wut oh ! 'tis when stern winter diem',p
Comes robed in snow, and rain andl vapor,
He hears in whispers soft and clear,
"We've come to pay you for your paper.-"
To dun-or not to- dun ? That is the question, S
Whether 'tie better that the purse should suffer
(From lack of cash) by baneful emptiness, an
Or by a gentle dun to hil a up? em
To dun ? to get the money, and be enabledte
To live, and pay. our debts-'tis- a: consummat t
Devoutly to he wished. To dun', tolieidenied
Denied-with-"call again"-aye, there's the
Vor in that "call again," what evils come, y7
What disappointment, sore chagrin, and woe, ab
What time as wasted, and what shoes is worn at
In consequence, must-give ns pain ;
That makes so many debts not worth- collect
'Ti this that uickens business to despair, Otf
And keeps from honest labor its reward. : I
THE FOUR PISTAREENS.
When John was about ifirteed yeais
d, he left hi.parental roof in New Jer
y, and went to Philadelphia to learn a
ade. He entered as an apprentice with
A brother, a coachmaker. .. He was fre
zently-sent to a drug stora for half a gal
n of oil, for which he was accustomed to
ay twenty-five cents. .But-it happened
some time that oil' eil, and the price
aonly \w'enty'en'ta. Not belng inform
Iof this, aud takidg ivith him a one dol
kr nrote, he presented it. and eieved in
ange-not as he expected, three quar
-re 6' dollar, bat 'four pistiadeqne, of tire
alue of twenty cents each. . John sup
osed they were quarters, and'that the.
rggist bad giveh him foor instead of
He had been taught when atcbild to be
onest. He knew that it was as dishon
st to take advantageof aooiher's mistake
) obtain what wasanot his own; as to cheat
i any other ijay. His firstilpulse, there
)re, was to return one of the pieces to the
nan ; but before he had tiiie to carry out
is feelings into practice, Satan and -the
vil in his own heart tempted him; the
hought occurred that he would give three
fibem to his brother, as the supposed
ight change. and keep the fourth for him
elf. He closed his hand upon the fourth,
ook up his jug and left the store.
The jug had no handle, and he bad to
ar it by a string tied around its neck.
'his so cut his'linget, that after changing
t from one hand to the other sevetal times,
e was colupelled to stop twice abd rest,
oubting each time whether to go su o'
urn back with the money.
Thi next corner brought John a thirA
me to a stand. Rest relieved the smart
ess of his hands, but the 'cbtings of bis
onscience were not so easily prevented.
le meditated some minutes, and ton
cience -now camo urgent in its demands.
lut he was ashamed .to go back. He
?ished he had obeyed his first honest im
ulse. 'He felt very unhappy, but he must
ot delay. He had already been a lotig
me about his errand. He took up his
ig, and was undecided whet berto go for
rards or returu. He stood one moment,
ud determined to-go back
It was a hard task to trudge back three
>ng squares with a heavy jug without a
andle ; and more than once he had al
tost determined to give up his honest res
lution. But he persevered, reached the
tore, and set down his load. "Fou have
iven me too much change," said he, pre
wting the four pistareehb to Hr. W
you have given me four quarter dollars
istead of three."
"You have yourright change;" said Mr.
V---, -the oil is iwenty -cents, and
tose four pieces are not quarter dollars,
ey are twenty cent pieces. Here is a
jarter," continu,d the' benevolent store
eeper, takibg one from his drawer,
*hich I will give you. You can notice
ie diff'erence between them as you go
otjie and let me advise you always to
-al as honestly a you have done to day."
Who can imagine the feeliugs or the boy
'hen he saw the true state of the matter,
ad knew in an instatt that had he perse
ered in his sinful project he must from
e very natuteor the ci'cumstances bave
een discovered ?
"Had I carried out my first intentions,"
tid he to me; When he related the anec
ote, "I shiuld have handed my brother
iree of the pistareens. He would, of
nurse, have asked for the balance, and I
tould have been driven.to add falsehood
>my crime, by sayirg that was all he
ave me. In all probability 1 should have
en detected; and sent hack to my father
idisgrace. It would have stamntped my
haracter with dishonesty, from .which I
might net'er have recovered." As it was,
e picked up his jug, and with a light
eart and r-apid step proceeded up the
reel. He was so rejoiced at the happf
~sult, and so thankful for his preser$.a
on. that he set out on a run, and did not
el the string cut his fingers. Duritng
tiiry-five year-s that he lived after this
rent, he never forgot the lesson it taught
im ; he became a most excellent citizen,
od always said-"ioncsty is the best
ras opened a SCHOOL in the Village of
Edgefield, one door east 6f the Episco
ii Church, for tihe purpose of teaching the
veral branches of English Education, and
so thte French Language to such as may de
Tihe Scholastic year will be divided into two
ssions of~ 5& months, or 22 wveeks each, amnd
e terms of tuition as follows:
br thte Elementary branches, $ 060
or the above, with English Gram
mar, Geography, Arithunatic anid
Composition. 10 00
or the above, with Botany, Phtilo
sophy, Astonomy and Chemistry, 12 00
or the French Language and extra
charge of 5 00
Mustc taughtt by Mr. E. B. BACON, at the
ual prices, with the use of the Piatto.
Good board and washmng can be obtained for
Sor eight young ladies, at $10 per month.
Edgefield C. H., Jan. 31 1 2m
D1ID HARNESS lMfAKING,
T HE Subscriber takes plea
sure in returning his sin
core thanks to his friends and
patrons, for the very liberal
tronage bestowad on hini duritta the past
sas. He respectfully informs his friends and
Spublic in generul, that he still c.Qtimteis to
rry otr the Sadde and Harness
[aking Business, at his old stand, next
or to Mr. S. F. Goode's. He has on hand
good assortmeant of
tddles. Bridles and Mlaringales, Har
ness, Travelling Trunks, Stc.
d all other articles usually kept at such an
:ablishment, which he offers on aereasonable
ms as he cani possibly afford them.
HirLtT~tT EQUIPAGE MADE TO ORDER', ZN A
Citizens of South Carolina. call and e-ee if
a cannot suit yourselves as well at homie as
road. Let us endeavor to'keep'our money
lome, and we wili have stijre to spen~d.
'ebb9tf -. 4.
& We are authorized' to. announce
vt R-. WtzLsoN, as a calididate for the
ice of Tax Collector, at the next election.
DR. BRANDRETH'S PILLS,
TRUTH AIN TO NATUEI
[AV E you pain r 'Be thankful. It is a
vigorous effort of Nature to throw off
vorbific matter. Froni what may the morbific
matter arise? From a bruise, or unwholesome
iir which has become mixed with the blood,
not incorporated in it, but which is liable to
Laint the whole mass if not speedily removed
Or the pain may arise from bile which has be.
:ome bad, rancid, putrid, in consequence of the
want of power in the proper organs tit dis
char ge it.' This pain whids so frightins peoule.
is oi1ly the symptoms or the.efforts of Nature,.
(for the vital principle of rtheblood,) fo.epelthe
pecant of impure matter, which would; other..
wise destroy tho'liuman fabric. All diseases
are of the solids orfluids, or both. When we
have pain in o6r head, or in our foot, in our.
thrioat, or in our back or bowels,Jet us but be
satisfied that it is produced by the fforts of our
blood to throw off Imorbific matter, aid if this
b6 so, If we can but beliove and. understand
this, our cure will be easy and generally sure.
For our course will then be to help Nature to
throwoff the morbid matter, not to take away
tre blood. For the blood, every drop ice have is
eq red to insure ultimate health' to the body.
We must not lose a drop: neither tnust-we
use anyinedicine internally which are not per
fectly harmless. if -applied externally to the
body. Sb We muht not use any of the prepa
tions of mercury, ieither must 'we use any veg
etable medicine of corrosive power.
In order to discriminate between Truth,
wich is eternal, and cotijecture, which is like
a transient vision, we must be guided b'y the
light of erperience. To what does experience
direct? To- the free.use of DR. BRAND
RETH'S PILLS in all cases of bodil3 suffer
ing. As this advice is-iollowed. so eill the
health of die body be. The writer has -'ong
used them and has.never found them fail -of
imparting relief. In all acute diseases, let-,
Brandreth's Pills and mild diet be used, and the
patient will soon be resiored to good health.
In chronic com plaints Ist the Pills be used -s
often as don'venient, by which means the vital
ity of the blood will be improved, and the crisis
will be generally brought about ; the disease
being changed to a-ctid, a few large doses of
Pills and a few days confinement to the house,
will change the chronically diseased individual
to a sound man. This is no figure of the im
aginition: it can be proved by a thousaid
matter-of-fact amen who have experienced it
Renidber, in all cases of disease, no matter
whether it be a cold or a cough, whetlier;it be
asthma or consumption: whether it be rheu
matism or plenrisy; whether it be typus or fever
and ague, or billious fever ; cramp or whoop
ing cough or measles; whether it be scarlet
fever or small pox: that the Pills known as
Brandreth's Pills will surely do more than all
the medicines of the Drug Stores for your res
toration to health, and what is more will surely
do you no harm.
(ITThe Pills are sold at Dr. Brandeth's O
fee, 241 Broadway, N. York. Also, by Bln4d
$r Butler, Edgefield C. H.; S. D. Clarke 4 Go.,
Hamburg; J. S. 4 D. C. Smylcy, Meeting
Street; IV. M. Coleman, New Market; If'hitloek,
Sullivan A- Walter, Greenwood ; L. D. Meiri
.March12. 5t 7
"Prove all things, and hold fast to that
tchich is good."-Paul.
T HESE Pills are no longer among those
T of doubtful dtility. They have passed
away from the thousands daily lannched on
the "tide of experiment," and now stand higher
in reputation, and are bettuming more exten
sively uinsed, than any other medicine ever pre
pared. They have h.'en ititr-oduced into every
plnee wheere it has been founid possible to curry
them, and there are few townas, or villages,
hut contain some remarkable evidences of
their good effects.. But it is niot necessary to
advertise theuii at large, or to say any thing
further of them, than to (f'caution those wish
ing to purtase Antibillious Family Medicine,
to be >artictular td enquire for SPENCELt'S
VEGE'TABLE PILLS. as there are nummer
uos preparations put in sale dltnost ev'ery day,
of doubtful efficacy. To satisfy the teorld of
the inestimable wortlr oif thid Medicinie, I
would simply observe that, it Jias been long
used by some oif the leading lights of the pro
fessionm in. their extensive practice, anid is now
prepared with great care, and upon scientific
and chiemical piriniciples, for genmeral use, by
thepresenat proprietor onr.T. The Imputation
of Quackery thserefore cannot be ajized to this
Medicine, since it is the preparatwon of regular
practising Physicians, who harvensade the healing
art their profession; and tehose pharmacentie
preparationms will ev er be held in the highest esti
niiation.. - .
ORa .'ESTJMONIA 1.S.
[i edthe following certificate from Mr.
0. C Kelsey. a popular nmerchamtu of Tamp
kin's Bluff, Ala.. arnd thousands of a similar
tharacter might be given if necessary to prove
le efficacy, popularity and usefulness of this
Tompkin's Bluf, Ala., Jan. 4,1843.
Dr. A. Spencer-Ibear Sir: I wish you to
orwued me a large supply of your pills; I don't
think :300 boxes too large a quanatity to send.
[ sold 160 boxes the last six nmonths; they are
hey most popular pill in this place. For bill
otis complaints, sick-hetidache, dyspepsia, cos
iveiuess and such like. diseases, they sie con
idered almost an infallible remedy. I have
een agcnt for Dr. Peter's Pills, and formerly
toldja large amount yegrly; butI now sell three
ozen of your pills to one of his. My custom
rs, think thema superior to Peter's or any other
Reaspectfully yours, 0. C. KEL~sEY.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with full diree.
'If.TA fresh snupply,ju'st-received and for sale,
a Edgefid, by J. D). TIBB ETT'3, and on
mquiry may be found generally in all the
itsea, villages, and at the principal Country
tores throughout the State.
Oct. 30. 6m 41
IS hereb.ygiven, that three months afte't date,
the road leading from E. Settle's to Cheats
am's Bri'dge1 on Turkey Creek, ('here beingI
obbjection,) will be discontinued as a public
By order of the Board :
Tios. J. HIBBLER, $ecretary
of Board of Commissioners.
Feb1 43m 3
WI7'LL be Let to the lowest bidder, at Lib
erty Hill, on the 17th March next, the
>osting of the Roads,-with Rock or Cast Posts.
Iso, the Poiinting of the Roads of the Upper
attalion, Ninth Regiment, South Carolina
The terms made' kno~vn on the day of letting
By order of the Board :
THOS. J. HJIBLER, Secretary -
of Board of Commissioners.
Wholesale & Reti.Grocers
CoRfR 'rTirt1z Abb A'KaET sTREETs,
W AVE just receicd, fiidivill continue to
H receive fresh su plies of thdid llowin'
Articles, which they oter to Iheir frieods and
the trade~, at the lowest market pricis!
20 bhds. choice St. Croix Sagd
30 do. Porto Rico 'o.
10 do. Muscovado do.
3 do. Clairtield do.
19 bbls. Crushed do.
5 do. Pulverized do.
5 boxes douabi refned Leaf Sugar.
U0 bags Old Government Java. Coffeo
10 do. Angustura do.
300 choi6e Rio 'do.
Bales Mocho do.
ca CH EESE.
20 casks prie Ch'ees.
00 piecek Heavy. Dundee, 44 t 45 iuch.
1*00 do. Tow, 45 inch
150. do Gergis & Carolina; 44to 45 I.n.
50 do. Kentucky, (heavy) 44 tL45 in.
24 bales Gunny, J per yard, 45 to 47 in
3000 0air thick Brogani, chi6e
1001) do. Kip d. . do .
1000 do. Women and Boy's Shoes.
3000 lbs Sole Lea*her.
15O-coils Manilla Rope
50 do. Kentucky Rope
50 do. Jute . do.
10 hhds. Trinidad
25 bbls. New. Orleans.
1000,00 lbs. Iron 'ofvariods a sizes, viz:
sand by J, 22J and 2J by to -
21to 4by toJ,4ito8byfJto}
5000 lbs-i Band from
If 1t 1tI 220. g
1000 lbs Hoop Iron, from I to 1 inch
10 bundles Nail Rods.
5 do German Stell, assorted sizes,
5 dozen Rocking Chairs, and wood
2 bales 9-4 Blanketh
2, do. 10 4 do. weighing 7 lbs the
2 Jo. Grey do. 10-4,
A good assortment of Bed Blankets
200fiYds. Washington Jeanshcavy,
2000 do. Coventry Plains.
120O Sacks Salt, (Charleston Sacks) -
5 do Table Salt
Boxes Table. Salt.
125 Kegs Nails, assorted Sized
25 do Finihlng-Niila
20 do Breds.
200 Bags, assorted Sizes
10,000 Prime Country Sides.
30 Kegs Dupont's FFF G
20 do Blasting
12 do Eagle.
10 M. Lsrge Spanish (W. A. It.
4 W. Stanish (L.. Valedas).
10 M, do (R.P. M.)
0 M. Light Spanish (L. Valedos)
5 M.Imnperial Regalias (Venus.)
50 Bbxes Teah. Consisting of gadpov
der, Hyson and Imperial
(3 Cases Catteess, Gunpowde., Ituperial &
2 chests Black Tea.
Ginger, Pepper, Spice, Cid-.
t1amnii, Ntntegs, Saltpetre, Bllue
C..tten and WVool Cards, Brass Bound
Buckets, Painted Buckets, Tubs, Churns,
Keelers. Willow WVagonis and Cradles.
Washiboards, Cocoa Dippers, Clothes Pins,
Brooms. Wooden Bowls, Wash Staiids, Bld
lows. Rakes, I doz. Scythe, Handles, Cof
fee Mills,Soap,Wagon Boxes, Saddle Irons,
Widglow Glass, Starch, Pistols, Canal
Flour, Country Flour, Tobacco, Wool
Caps, Griindstonies, Osiiaburgs, White.
Lead,?Madder, Sperm Candles,
.Tallowi Candles, Twino, Cast
ings. Fifth Chains, &c., &c.
WANTLD-10.000 lbs. BEES WAX, for
which the hig.hest cash price will be paid.
Edgefield Advertiser will copy.-hrnabrg
Nov. 13, 1844 tf 42
ALL~ perisons indehted to the Estate of Elid
abeth Garrett, dec'd., aiid also John C.
Garrett, dec'd.; are requested to come forward
and make payment. And all those having do
mainds against either of said Estates, are re
qluested to hand theni in legally atteted~..
TH(JMAS GA RR ETT, Ex'r.
January 8 Stm - 50
D R. LACOUNT'S ELIXIR is a speedy,
certain, dud lastIg cure for the mlost
painiful and distressing disease that can affect
the hiuman fraime. In ahtniost all cases of
Tooth-ache it arises from~ a decajad state of
the parts, which exposes to the action of the
atmospheric air, the nerve, or internal surface
of the copious or rotten tooth, and a cure must
be effected, either by extraction or by render.
nthose parts imnperious to the action of the
air. .. .
Dr. Lacount's Ehixiz is particularly adapted
to destroy the nerve, without the slightest in
jury to tho other teeth, and thereby effect a
permanent cure. Its application is not at
tended by the slightest pain, or inconvenieiice.
IfThrousands have declared that they would
not be vwithom this preparation if it Cost $10
Price, 50 Cents..
For sale in Edgefreld,- by
J1. D. TIBBETIT'S.
Oct.$0 6. 40
- (The friends of EDNUND Moaxis,
Esq., annroursce him as a' candidate for the
otfice of Tax Collector at the nextelectien.
Oct. 30' 40' -tf
(7"The f'riends of Maj-..S. C. ScoTr ,
anapunce him as a cand'idate for Tax
Collector,- at the ensuing election.
Nov 6. . tf 41
We are authorized' to annonce GEORGE
I. SHEPPARD' as a Candidate for the ofrie
of Tax Collector, at the next election,
Dec.25' tf 48
.(TWo.gre authorized toa anounce M.
G*A11tA1, Esq., as a candidate for Ordi
uaif of Edgefield District, at the next.
HAMBURG, S. C.
T HE Subscribers hate connected them- C
selves in the WAlKE-HOUSE AND- r
COMM[SSION BUSINESS, at the old
ltand of G. WALKrER, under-the-firp of h
W.ALKER & PE ARSON.:i
They would beg leave to offer their servipes th
to their friends and the public generally. jn the t
transaction of a ComxissioN B3siitiss, in all
its bVanchese They are prepared-to attei. to
the Sale, Storage and Shipping of Cotton, -
con, Flour, and other Produce. Receiving and.
Forwarding Goods, purchasing to order, -c; 1;c.
They feel assured from the favorable location
of their ON are-House,.well -known to the pub
and for its many advantages in pointof location,
and from thejong etperidneor Mr. Walker in
the'Cottoribusinneas.'who will devote- his per E
sonal attention to the sales'of Cotton; and.
from their detei mination to:deyole.their und.
vided attention to the business. they will.be
able to give general satisfaction.' 01
Their charges will lie for selli ngcotton25 cents n
per bale; for ship ping do,l2jcent'; forsellidj'all 11
other prnduce26 per cent.; 25 tents per pack. :
age for receiving and forwarding Ierchadiire' ti
No conmnission will be charged our 'custoniera' t<
ror the purchasing of goods. Having afmie d
Wharf attached to our Ware-House., 1o b
Wharfage will becharged on Cotton consigned
to our care, either for. sale qrto be slupped to
Savannah or Charleston. Liberal adyices on
produce consigned :o us. will be made wben
We pledge ourselves not to spe'dulate in or,
purchase bne bale of Cotton,.but devote an uti
divided attention to theinterest ofour customers
which we hope will insure us a liberal.patron.
age. Yours. Respecfully,.
WVALKER & PEARSON.
G. WALKER.. . h
1. L. PEARSON. tl
I avail myself of the present occasion to re- .r
turn my thanks to my frienda and patrons, for' ti
their liberal support during the past-four years; v
and I assure them I properly appreciate their ji
kindness and confidence.; and in return will
use my best - personal efforts 'to protect their
intetest when confided to Walker & Pearson,
for. whom I would solicit your con6idence and
13. WVALKE-R. -
September 4, ti- 32
Fall and Winter Goodth
W.1. KETCHAM & CO.,
HAMBURG, S. C.
A RE now receiving -their F.L AND. WIN- t
TER stock of r
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, i
NEGRO CLOTHS, BI.NKETs, BOLTING CLOTHS, V
CARPETINo, BoNNETS,'and : C
all the fine and fashiohable articles for Ladies a
nand Gentlemen's Wear.
We have completed such arrangements as
will put us in the receipt of neto Goods weely,
during the bustiness season, so that all the now -
styles offashionable goods can be round at our
Store, as.good as the bist, and cheap as decheap
est, as fast as they shall appear in the New York
THE. MERCHANT TAILOR SHOP,
will still be conducted
BY Mr. G. IV. DICKINSON.
A fine assortment of Cloths, Casimeres. Ves
tings and Tailor's Trimmings constantly on t
WM. KET'CHAM.&,30. t
Setember II, tf 33 f
Remedy for doughs .
niR. HULLS COUGH LOZENGER0are "
J)most rapidig litpekceding ttll other prepas
ratiotis forthe relief of Coughs; Colds; Asthma,
Whooping-cough, Catnrrh, Tightness of the
chest. Bronchitis. and siniilar apoulmdy affece
Thousands, we may say thousands wvho have
suffered for years from the above diseases are
now in the possession of sound health, whieb
may be attributed entirely to the fortunate use~
of one 25 cents box of this invatluable muedi
cine. They are as pleasant to the taste as
candy-convenient to cdrry in the pocket, andy
warranted to be the most effectual Cough med
icine in use-.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with diree- m
tions. . , of
Hull's Worm Lozengeis
w ORms! woasts! ! woasts ! I !
It is estimated that, 100,000 children die an- i
nually from the effects of wvorm's alone !! This
vast mortality could be almost entirely .plre
vented by thme use of Dr. Hull's Wotox.I.ozsN
Gas. Every family where there .are.children, -.
should not fail to keep this imnl6onatit diedicine
in the house, Snd adnristered when their
symptoms inidicate thas presenee of these da'n-..
gerouis and destrinctiv'e repted.
l1~ Trhe following estract frodi thne "$dr
(un Gazette." speaks rho sentiments of all who
have ever used this valuable WOax DEstnor-.
"Frmni our own knowcledge, we take great plea.
tire in recommgending Hull's Worm Lozenges as
as best Wiorm Medicine extant. g:T Children
eill cry for them, and eat dienm as they ould
II A fresh supply, jusr reeived and for m
l, by ~J. D. TIBBETT'S. in
Only 25 Cents per box, with directios in
TH ESE PILLS wherever they have been
..fairly fried have established an enviable
:elebrity, and are daily supersedinig -at other B
reparations in curing the diseases .for w~liich
hey are prepared.
The following certificate is from Judge For
st, a gentleman of the first respectabdity in
Fefferson co., Alabama.
Jonesboro'. Ala., 4th 5'eb. 1844.
I certify that in the snmmer of 1842 [ had a r
evero attack of fever and ague, and was foar -
tome time untder the treatment of a physician, ci
tat ireceived no benefit from his prescriptions h;
-my disease continuing to increase in tiie to
requency and severity of its attacks. I at last w
'ad recourse to Dr. Hull's Fever and Ague and
'nti-Fever Pills, and in using half a box wvas ri
mtirely cured, and have remained in good tl
ialth ever since. -I afterwards had ini my s
amily several eases of fever and ague, and fr
me in 'every instance made ttse of Hull's at
Pills, which have always immediately effecteda
cure. 'J. F. Foa~ss."
Price, $1 per box, with directions.
IT A fresh supply. just received and for -
ale, by J. D. TIBBETT'S.
Oct. 30 . 6m . 41 H
Of'The friends of Saarrson' B. Mars, ti
mnotuce him as a candidate for the Office
>f Tax Collector at the next election..
Oc.30' t r 40
State of South Carolina.
n B. Rount Dcinatio Foreign
eorge Kepleart. :
r HE Plaintiff having this day ANled F De
claration in my office"aild the-Defendant
ving no wife or Attorney-known- to~tewith..
-the State, on wvhorn i copy.of thesame.wit
rule.to,plead.can be served::- isis. Ordea,
at tbe Defeddant plead to the said Ieclara.
a within a year ned a-dag,or Anal ndibheo.
te judgment vWilljbe.gi'venaimii n
THOMAS -C. BAON. .
Clerk's-Oflibe,M'by. 11th,.1844. -.
Nov.13 -'- Iy)-- 4W
State of South Caroai -..
doc Byie.E ah Byne (
tmo Harmon Hnst " Atac~s#t.
HE Plainti'sin tii' abobe ;&fliw1avid
--thia' day filed Ahei'rYetlaeirttiinuin st y
lice, and the Defendants balving sbitierwivs
)r-, attorneys -known: to iusid.e writhin&the,
mits.of the-State, on whon aopy:rpfrt.
ime, with a rule to plead-canb p rd It is
ierefre' ordered, tha. tief..appiar nd'pl id'
the same Mvitbin a year and a yfroni tbh
ite i-abf orfinalaid absiilutejdgment wilw'
THOS.-G. BASON c.:cur'
Clerk's Office,-March 17 -
State. of South Caroliat
Seaborn A. Ibne. 'Dea'ad
- s.. - - r FeI'igs
Enoch-Byne. - -Aamnt.'
HE.Pfaintff.having ty flediw
kLclarationinmy office, andte defpdsa
Lving no wife o'iattorney. kagwnto be ia
iq State,. ot whom a copy ofrthe sa'','a
Ie. to plead, can be served: It is od tat
1e deetidant plead to the Wle ij
ithin ay'etf and a ddyo'r fialani l-iditP
idgement will be given against hinw. n
THOS.- G. BACON,.c. o.'s
Clea k's Office.- 17th-Marcb185: ly.'8h
State of South.arOlina
- EDGEFIELD DISTRICT -
SIN-THE COMMON:PLEA. -.
lenj. F. Landrum, bearer, Dcdaioienuv.'
VS. --.,. .n.:
Richard Ailfe. Aanient
JHE Plaintifs in'the alove'stated dse
I having this daiy fired his Declkrition jnny
)ffice and the Defendant having no *ife-or
ttorney known to reside within the liini of
we State on whom a copy of the.sin'with a
aId to plead can be setved. ..It is therefoeOr
ered, that lie pyeiar'i ind plead to the same,
nithin one year and a day from the dateherof,
r final and asolnte judgniiit will be anarded
T HOMAS G. BA C.ONT;: ct
Clerk's Office21st NO, 1844
Nov.27 4 -
St te of Sooth Cd n
EDGEFIELD ISTR1'C' -.
Henry II. Hir iand
John Bates et al. vs.' Cros B.
rmathah M. Hill et al.
T dr)Pidringto my satisfactionthadoadian
51. Hill iird Matilda Daniel, defendants.in
is can.e, are and reside without the inits of
is State; dn .thetion by Mr. Wardlaw, !Solici
r ror Plainmifl- .0idered, that siid -sent-de
ndarita dn ahlier intiirjifoiibe'.Codrt,
id ins*ee, plead or demur to the Bill oflPlain.
i.. %ithiri ire. months frem.the'pblication
'this Oider, oi the said Bill be taken pro con
sio against them -
0 . 4 .''OMPKINS, C. E.E.D.
Feb. 6;1845.5 2 3m
State of Sou1th Carohina.
IN .THE COMMON PL EAS.
robert RH unter, De.laration in
Z . Rdny Attachmenr.
lH E Plaimti in the above stated case,
Lh1ving thaiday filed their Declarations in
y Office, an.d the Defenidant having np wire
Attorney known to reside witnin the limits
the State on whoim a copy or the same with
rule ta plead can hbe served; " It is therefore
rdered' Tifat the Defendant appear and plead
thme same within a year and a day fromi the
te henreof or fintal and absolute judgument will
awarded aaninst him
.'TIIOMAS C. BACON, c. c. r.
Clerk's 0Otde,22d Nov. 1844..
Nov.27 44 ly
State. of South Caroinia.
.Guardian of - eanoi
Francis WV. Ferth, vs. Foin
Enoch Byne, Elijah ..Acmne
Byne. Harmon I
Andrew Carson, vs. Declaration in For
the same. - eign Attachment.
El H E Plaintiffs in the above stated cases,
L having this day filed theit Declarations in
y Office, and the Derendants-having -neIther
ieor Attorneys knownto reside within the
nits of the State on whom a copy'of the samte
ith a rule to plead can beserved,- " It is
erefore, Ordered" that the Defendant appear
id plead to the same within a year and aday
>m the day hei-eof,of finaf an'd absolute judg- s
ont will be awarded agamnst them.
.T HOMAS .G. BACON, c. c. c,.
Clerk's Office, March 17th, 1845 .ly . 8
State of So'uth Carolina.
IN- THE COMMON PLEAS.
wrry Rodgers, us. Enoch~ Byne) Dec'n in
Elijah Byne.' ) tachinent.
Cress & Turpin, 'Declaration iin
vs. Foreign At
the same. - tachment.
P H E Plaintiffsm having this day 'led:
their declarations in the above stated
sea in my oflice, and the- def'endants
lving neiteer wives or attocneys known
be within the lHmitts of this State, on
horn a copy-ofauaid declarations with-a
le to plead can be served: It isordered,
at the said defendants, do plead tot the
id-declaration,-wvihi a yearstd a day
im the publication of this order, or fimal
d absolue judgment will be awarded
- THOS. G BACON, ..c.-s.
Clerk's O0fice, 37th- March, -1445. ly:
fly The friend ofs Liemi.. James B.
ERIus, andunce him as a candidate for
e office of cas Collector at the next elec
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