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STOLEN, on the Uth inst.
from the residence of the
subscriber, on the Alartintown
Road, twelve miles above Hana
,-a Bag Horse, about fifteen and a halt'
high, nine or ten years old, with some
white hairs on one hip, and some few saddle
marks-sway backed a little, round body and
Well.made-in good order when taken away,
wortl$125. .The horse I believe was stolen
by a man wlhose name is Richard Ford, w ho
was committedtoEdgefleld Jail.on the x6th inst.
Fbr theft, and says. he resides in Lincoln Co.
Ma. He is a man of bad character. and is sup
to have traded said horse not far of, or
at hin away perhaps by some of his associ
in Georgia. It is believed he has comrades
in South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, aud
,thatke has paid the penalty of the law at the
the w)ppng post, as his back has been
well laibed and the scars have not changed
likeircolor yet. The Jailor examined him and
.feund'such to be the case. The said Ford has
,ecentlytbeen trading in horses and mules in
.this District, and no doubt all were stolen pro
.Perty. Iriis probable that he and his compan
rry on the bsineas on a large scale, as he is
*:oughtvo be a noted villain.
The alore reward will be given for the de
lIvety ofe horse to me, or for proof .to con
it thelief trading him.
6burg, Jan 22, 1839 0i 52
Editors in South 'Carolina, Georgia and
-Alkbama may perhaps benefit the public,by
u4nserting the above once or twice.
MaU Road Insialment.
HE Stockholders in the Louisville, Cincin
natuiand Charleston Rail Road Company.
are hereby notified, that under a Resolution of
the Boardof Directors, an Instalment of Five
Dollars on each share in the Company, is here.
by called for to be aid on or before the 1st day
ofMarch next. a ments will be made into
the South Western 1i Road Bank ofthis City
or into any Incorporated'Bank of gdod credit in
the StatesofNorth and!South Carolina,Tennes
se or Kentucky, or to the Commissioners who
may be appointed to receive the same. The.
Rail Road Bank will be ready to receive such
--payments on and after the 1st February, and
will continue to do so until 2 o'clock, P. M. or.
the 1st of March next, when the books will be
inally closed. Persons who have not received
certificates of stock in Rail Road and the Bank,
will then receive the same, and those who have
already received their certificates will present
-liem in order that the receipt may be endorsed
thereon. As this Instalment is called for ex.
pressly for the purpose of entitling the Compa
ny to the guarantee of the State of South
Carolina, for the 2d loan of a million of Dolla r
already secured in Europe, it is expected to be
unctually paid The following Extracts ?roe
he Charters are published for the informationm
RAIL ROAD CHARTER.
Sec. 22d, "Any failure to pay according to the
Rules ofthe Company, any of the Instalments
dalled for, shall induce a forfeiture of the share
ershares, on which default shall be so made.'
RAILL ROAD BANK CHARTER.
Sec. 19. "Each share in the Bank; shall:bo
-*nseparably connected with a share in the Rail
Road Company, and shall neverbe transferred
1ithout it, and the forfeiture of a share in the
Rail RoadCompany for the non-payment of any
Instalment called for thereon, shall induce a
forfeiture to the Bank Corporation, of the cor
sesponding Bank share."
E. H. EDWARDS, Treasurer.
Jan17 1839 , g50.
JBLAlND, CATLIN & 00.
- ETURN thanks to their patrons, for the
J liberality of their patronage the past year,
and will continue to use every exertion, season.
ably to supply all who may favor them with
their custom, with such Goods as they may re
*, and at 'ces saited to the interest of
All persons indebted to them, either by Note
or Vook Account' due on the 1at instant or pre
vious, are earnestly requested to call and pay
tp without delay.
They have just received from Newv York, a
eask of superior 'winter pressed Bleached
LAMP 011.0 Also, a quantity of CHEESE,
and sundry other G00DS,
Jau 16, 1839 d 50
List of Letters
R) EMAINING in the Post Office, at Hanm
Ut burg, S. C. on the 1st day of Jan. 1839.
Atkinson, D Brooks, Austin
- Atkerson, Elisha Briggs, Geo.
Atkerson, William Brown, Wm V
Anthony, Dr. E L2 Bryant, A CD 2
AlgodA P Broome, Capt. Jno. J
Boggs;John -.Basaford, J L 2
-Boiwell, Gee. ~Bumham, asml.
- C DE& F .
Cox, Henry Coleer, John
CaseO P Dawson, T
Clark, Mrs. Margaret D '~us, Edward
Coleman, H W Ea~ Thios. A
Crow,-Cornelius Fe uo, William -
~oodlett, Win. M 2 Holmes, J . L
Gladding, J G Hibbler, 3 2
Gay, Jas:T - Handley,
Glover, Miss Caroline Hardin. Julia P
Sanlt, Thos.I . -
George, Alexander Horton, m. F
-Gwynn, Zeri Hubbard,'James
Glover,, Wiley Horton, Co Texas)
Molloway, L B *Heards &M * sns
Gloe, amuei .
Jerome, Noble Linton, Hari lfS
#ohnston, Win Levy, Isaae -
Eernaghan&Rooney5Ltdsany, D -
King, Rbeeca Lamar, Charles
lendall, Byron Lamar, Mary'E
Lancaster, Harriet A1brosli14sae
Lanham, Reason Lindsay, C'H
M'Millian, Mr. Nai, Ullrich
M'Clinto~ck, ft Oir Thomas
M'Bradley, H !ea~ Abram
1'Donald, Robert PueJames
Narshnmihs Cather. A hrtSaml. G *
NIagle, Barney - k
Rlper, Goodwyn .- ','mothy P
Essao. Aber ne rJhn
... dFibbi d 6ark mrs Thee.
Wer5B~Col. 2 :ioods, Wmn.
WnbBull & Co. Wheon, Geo. L
White, Mabry 2 W ey, Win. B
.WhatleY, Abner Wnr, Jno. G ~
JOHN~ Y. YARBOR)UGI, P. M.
ASHORT timea since 'hd ZAres f Hand, j
on F.G. Thomasfor$75,d tiaMay of
June and dune in October,13 th ther on
lRocdes, Ramney & Co. fr l1OateI .about
5ithiJud; 3838, and due 1st anuarg 1839. The
ubli are cautioned a at ranfor these
Jan10,9 63~KHQ S
COOKING STOVES, 6c.
HEundersigned has just received a large
supply of improved STOVES for Coal
and Wood of entire new patterns, and of va
rious sizes. viz:
The People's Coal or Wood Cooking Stove
Superior to any heretofore in use, not only on
account of convenience, the perfect manner in
which the cooking is performed. but also on ac
count or the economy of fuel which it effects.
The Patent Grecian Parlor Giate,
which for beauty and economy excels all others,
producing greater effect with less fuel.
The Parlor and Hall Stove,
passing heat from the basement to the upper part
through flues into the four corners, and through
The Parlor and Pipe Franklin,
with plain and urn tops, for wood or coal, new
l constructed with swelled back, sunk hearth,
oor front, &c
The Ship and Steam Boat Stove,
calculated to cook for 50 or 200 persons, with
les fuel and greater convenience than any other
stove now in use.
Also, a Variety of SMALLER STOVES,
with the same improvements.
The Bo.r 6 4 9 Plate Stove,
open and plain tops, of various sizes,from 19 to
Also. American, English and Russian Shed
Iron. Store Pipe. Sheeting and Brazing Cop
per. Block Tin, and Tin Plate.
All of which ie offers for sale low for CAsH,
or a proved paper, at No. 168 Broad street at
the &gn of the Coffee Pot, and directly opposite'
the Eagle & Phoenix Hotel, Augusta.
B. F. CHEW.
* The highest price will be given for Old
Pwter, Copper. Brass and Lead.
Augusta. Ga. Oct.22. 18". tf 39)
0LO9C1S, WATCIES and
JE PELLER I.
No. 242 BaOAD STREEr, AUGUSTA, GA.
(Near the Unitcd States Hotd )
T HE~ Subscribei- oilers to the Citizens of
Edgefeld District and its vicinity a Rich
and Fashionable assortment.of
WATORLS, JEWrLRT &c
of the latest Style and Importation, consisting
in Rart of the following Articles:
Gold Independent Second Watches, with
from 17 to 25 Jewels,
Gold& Silver Levers, Plain &full Jewelled,
London Duplex and Anchor Escapement
Gold & Silver Lepine and Vertical Watches,
Ladies' rich Gold Neck Chains, new pattern,
Gentlemen's Gold Guard and Fob Chains,
Keys, Seals, Finger-Rings, Breast-Pins, Ear
Gold and Silver Thimbles, Pencil Cases,
Spectacles, &c. &c.
Manle Clocks, Flower Vases & icae
A General Assortment of
SILVER TABLE AND TEA SPOONS,
BUGAR' 'oNos, SoUP LADL.ES, CAsToR & CAEE
BAsKETs, CANDLEs'ncxs, SALT SPOoNs, & C.
A fine assortment of RoGERs', ELLIOTT'S
and WADE & BuTcHER's RAZORS, PEN
KNIVES AND SCISSORS; also a good as
ortmnent of BOWIE KNIVES and DIRKS.
JUHN B. MURPHY.
N. B. Crwcis and W ATCH ES ~Carefully re
>aired. anid Warranted to perform well.
Augu~sta. Ga. M arch 2N, 1838 tf 9
State or South Carolina.
By His Excellencyj P A T R(C PEBL E. Esq.
Governiur and Con unanderin-chiefI, in an over
the State of South Carohzna.
W EE~npursuanace of an Act of the
Leisaure of this, State the votes for
klembers of the twenty-sixthi Congres.s hav'e
ieen counted in the presrunce of the Governor,
iy Comisjsioners appointed for that purpo)se,
mod nt appiears that W APIJ Tuonsipio.. Jr, has
ieen daly elected for the Congressional Die.
dect composed of Peiidletoa and IGreeiiville;
P'RANeIS W. PICKENS for the UListrit t Comn
xosed of Abbeville and.Ldhetield; Joes K.
.aiffrlN, for the Oistric~t conmposed of Lau.
ens, Newherry, and Fanirtield, FRANxr.iN H.
ELMoRE, fot: dth.Distcir~t colnposed ot Rich
and, iOrangeburgh. I/arnwell, and Lexinig
on. JAMEs RoGERS, for the DistriCt composed
f Spartanburgh, Union, York, and Cheter;~
fou CAMrBELLt, for the District composed of
Geret'owni, Marion, Horry, Dailington, and
HIarl oroughz, JOHs P.Riacuanson, for the Die
rictcomposed of Kershaw, Suinter, Lancaster,
uid Chesterfield; ROBERT BARN WELL, RHETT,
or. the District comnposed of Beaufort and Col
eten; and IsAAc E.- HorLxES, for the District
Now, therefore, I do issue thisiny Proclama
Lipea, notifying and declaring, according to the
provisions of the said Act, that W ADDY TuouP
soN, Jr F. H. ELMORE, JAMES RooEns, F.W
Piecxss; JoHN K. GRIFn, JOHN CAMP3nLL,
K.' B. RIEETT, Jows P. RICHARDson, ahd I.
E. HOLMES, had a majority of votes in their re
speetive Congressiunal Election Districts, and
sre dily elected LRepresentatives is the Con
graibs of the United diates, from this State.
Given under mny hand, and the seal of
the State, at Colurnbia, the )Sth day
r of December, in thie year' of our
SLord, irne thousand eight huinidred
S and tliity :dight, and in the sixty
-third year of the Independence of
-the United -States of America.
PATRICK NOBLE, Governor.
. ;-AKon, Seretary of State.
Jal, 1839 -c 48
A LLepersons andebted to the estate of Rich
ad- rydeceased, are requested to
make~ imediate payment: and all'p'ersons
having demands against the said estate, are re
queisted to present thenm-duly attested
. 5USIRLEY UOOK, Adm'r.
HE Subscribers are receiving-and
'T opening their fall and-winter supply of
goois which have been selected with great
are fromt the litest importations, to wich
;hey respectfully invite the attention of
their customers and the public generally.
Their stock embraces a large and gener
al asaortment of British and American sta
plie and fancy goods, suited to the Season,
Groceries, Hardware, Crockerv, Shoes,
Hats, Saddles, and a general assortment of I
Books and Stationary, all of which they
will sell on the most reasonable terms, for
cash, or on credit to punctual customers.
G. L. & E. PENN, & Co.
Oct. 22, 1838 I :M.
'COluAb, tassIa.ae., Vebus
HATS, STOCKe AND GLOVES.
r jiHE $ubscribers have received a splen
did assort ment of the above articles, of I
the latest styles, to which they invite 'he at- a
tention of their customers. They are pre
pared to execuie all orders for.elothing in
ihe best style and on the tinost reasonable
terms. G. L, & E. -PENN, & Co.
Oct.22. 183S if 38 .
New Goods? New Goods!
T HE subteriber isumow receiving andti open- (
ang a general and complete assortment of
FALL AND WINTI R
Consisting of Fancy, 8tapic and Dry Goods,
Groceres, Crockery, Hard and Hollow Ware,
Tin Ware, Saddlery, &c.&c. which will be
sold very cheap. His lriends and customers pe
respectfully invited to call and examine for
themelves. C.'A. DOWD.r
(ct .30 JQ38, 1 39
Bagging anid Bale Rope.
ri3 H E Sulscribers have received a sup
ply of Hemp and tow Bagging and
Bale Rope, which they offer for sale at the
G. L. & E PENN, & Co.
Oct. 22. 1838 'r35 4
ATINLTS AND FLANNELS. Just re
k ceived by the Subscribers. a
G. L. & E. PENN & Co.
Oct 31, 1838 tf 39 e
' -HE Subsc ibers have received a supply of
CHEESE of supV erior gttidity for family
use. G. L.& E. PENN & Co.
Oct 31. 1838 trf39
* WO one hirse or Dearborn WAGONS,
3 entirely new. Apply to
Near (ilgall lueting House. b
Nov 2.138 f 40 ti
Buck Whea FLOUR,
LJV Kuecei, t:U. a i 0d t., tcle. put tip ex- F
pressly for.Familyusc, and for rae by
C. 4. DOW Y.
Dec 5, k38 tf 41
0 Bushels ALUM SALT, for
290M Sale, by
H. L. JEFFERS,
Haiburg Oct. 15, 183 37
IE DiC. 4..
HE subscriber, fron the importinities d
T of his friends, has concluded so far to er
resume the practice of his profession, as to aE
ittend to all calls in Chronie Diseases. A- di
mong these, he would mention particularly ti
Sernfula Ks King'. E41, Crnsvcr, T3v:acd L
Mammae,Chronie Sore Legs,&c. Address a
E. L CARTLEDGE, ai
Park's P. 0., Edgelield Dis., S. C. b
May 10 if 14 G
BOOKS & STAT1ON.6RY. 7.
4 Good assortnmenit of Sckool, Classicad and as
A Blank IBooks, also. Cap and Letter Paper.
,.euills Writing tad Indelible Ia.k, &c. &c.
Just received by C. A. DOW a). ...
Nov 1. 1838 tf 41
BOOTS and SHOES.
1UST received, a go'od anid cotaplete assort
0ment of Ladies, Gentluemen and Chidren's ,it
Boots and Siwes, manufactured expressiy for this : C
market, and waranted good. For sate by .r
Nov_12, 1838 .tf 41 C. A. DCWD.
JUST received: by the. Subscribers, a large
nddesirable assortmienit of Shoes, conj
sisting in p art of Negroe's Shoes, Gentlemen'siJ
fmne Call skin Shoes, Ladies Seal and-Morocco of
lippers of superior quialitv. and a large assort
menht of Children's Shoaesoif every variety.
G. L. & l:. PE.NN &Co
Dec. I:? l18' -r 4.
T HE wscrib~er, have received 40 Box
Bes of I irginia obacco, of lie most appro
ved brands, which they will sell at wholesale orI
retadl on the most reasonable terms.
G. L. &E. PENN &CO
Nov 14.1838 tf 41 -
IN conseqsuence ot the renmoval oi iih sei'ior
'artiner of the Firm of Laborde 4t Minis, F
: copairtnersh)ip is dissolved by mutnal *con- c
ren . All persons indebted to themam- firm, wdl
call on Dr. Munas, who is authotised to settle all M
accounts. M LA BOR DE,
E. J. MJIMS ..
Dr. Mimi will be found at his ol stand, to
attend to his professional duties.
A L persona indebted to the estate of Tho- cr
inns Scurry, Sen. (except those that gave th1
t neitotes for property purchased at the sale of
said deceased,) are requestpd to make immedi.
ate p~aymesnt: and those having demands against
the said estate, are requested to present them
.-u-yTOAS SCUitRY, Jat.
WILLIAM PERRY . ;
Administrators with the will annexed.
.Jan l, 1839 . d 49 t
Sugar House MOLA.8EN.
HHI)S of first qualittgarHouse Molas
-sjust received by tle subscribers.
G. L.& E. PENN &CO. p
Nov 14, 1828 tff41
Atian Breithaupt, dec'd., are reqjt:..st-.
ed to make-immediate payiihent. And -11
persons having demawds against the-estatej
of said deceased are requested to present
them duly attested.
JOHN BAUBKETT, .Ezor.
. lanks for sale,
y as plet
Is the i& bfBusiness.
I.NHE zubscriber* are datermined to. sll
Aktheir goods on the most reasonable terms
id which they can be afforded. In order t'hatthy
nay be enabled to dt, so. on the usual terms of
:redit,they deem it. their.duty to notify their cus
owers. that they will expect promipt paymneut.
All accounts are considered- due bit the first
lay of January of each j ear, exceptby special
Lgreement; at which time toey wjllreguire the
ante to bt- closed; it not, they iWill charge In
erest after that time.
And afluccqmits dq,o0.bedirst day of Janu
try of each year, and not closed within three
nonths after that time, they will consider them.
elves at liberty to put them into the hands of
in officer for collection. -
In every well conducted business there should
,e some princis and rules by ~which it is gov
red-and by mopting the above rules we shall
e enabled to do justice to ourselves and to all
oncerned. And what will be better, we shall
e enabled to sell our goods to oar customers on
credit at cash prices.
We return our sincere thanks to our friends
or their liberal patronage, and will try to. serve
hem, se as to mieet a continuance of the same.
G. L. & E.. PENN & CO.
Dec 4, 183 if 44
H. R. COOK & CO.
SUCCk:tSSoRS To K cI CEN & RoBEaRTsoN)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
H AMBURG, S. C.
EEP constantly on hand a large assort
mtient of Drugs, Medicines, Patals, Oils,
ilass,Puqtt. and every variety ofarticlos in their
ne. All of which th'ey warrant to be fresh and
enuine. and will sell on reasonable terms.
Physicians. country Merchants, and others,
re invited to call and examine for themselves,
etbre purchasing elsewhere.
All orders thankftlly received and promptly
t . t: .Q3R tf 46
OIL AND LEAD.
SUST received and for sale, low for cash, a
large lot of Linseed Oil and IWhite Lud, of
arious qualities, and of the most approved
Also, a large assortment of BRUSHES, of
l sizes. conistantly on hand.
Persons about to paint,will do well to call and
xamiine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
H. R. COOK & CO. Druggists.
Hamburg, Dec 12, 183 tf 46
Plaister of Paris.
UST received, a lot of Pzister of Paris,
i and for sale low by the barrel, by
11. Il. COOK & CO Druggius.
Hamburg. Dee 12, 183 tf 46
The l'endleton Messenger and Greenvide
Iouitaineer, are requested to publish the a
Dve until forbid, anid torward their acconnts
th- sub-ct ihers at lHnmbturg. Hldt.U.&.Co.
HE Subscriber beg! leax e to invite the at
tention of the peopl-- of Edg field and the
.,hnniug District- to an entire New Stock of
FRENCH1, (4ERMAN, ENGLISH &
Which ie hans ;nst received firoin New York
Id is now sip ning at the New Store adjoin
ig Mr Hubbard's flotel iii Hamburg.
H is stock is extenive-New-and bought for
tsh nil of which he offers for sale at as ler
ices as cati be bought in any Southern city.He
!ems it entirely untnecessary to enter into a gen
al ettineration of the articles of whicl his
sortment is composed or to hold out any in
tcentent, which may nott in the practical opera
ms of his business he realized, but simply to
nte that ha intendilan keep his.store titrniahs
all tinies with'the oesi & most desirable articles
id (as far as possible to do) an assortment of
ery thing that belonas strictly to his line of
isiness, and that the living and uwlling of Dry
otuds will constittne his ole titd leading pursuit
ud leave it to thtose with whtom he shiall be so
rttuiate as to deal to decide whether lhe cani sell
cheap as others engaged in the same businuesa.
JOH N 0. B. FO0ED.
Hamburg, S C. Oct 5. 1838 ab 36
N ST ICE.
!L persons inidelt-d to the estate of Dar
B.thohimew Kimrbrell. decensed, are reques
Ito make immediate payment: and till per
ins having de-mands ag ainst the said e-state are
quested to present them diL attested.
*LEWIS EL ZEY. Adma'r.
Nov, 5 1538 ft 40
EO H Ea Und'er~ignedl have associated
Ld temselv es togothier in the practice
Law and Equity in FEdgefield District.
N. I, GRIFFIN,
Sept. 4. 1838 tf 31
WY HIOUSE and LOT. in thte Village of
FEdgefield, upon terms to suiit a purchaser
I my absence',apply to Col. Dantskett.
April 12 tf 10
Imoproved Pink Sauver's.
O IMIMIOVED PINK SAU'CER.S
b-c dying Silk, 8tockings. Gloves,
tathers. Flower.' .TIitinnyu, Gauzes, Crapes,
anibricks, Muslius, &c. &c.
.iiu't receivcd and for sale at the Edgefield
edicitne Store. -
.Joly 1~ - tf 24
Eore lNew Good.
PHlE Suhscribers are reciving a fresh snp
Syof Winter Goods, recentl.. purchased
Charleston, which makes their* assortment
rnpl-e- to-which they invite the attetition o
eir cuistomers. G.L.& E. PVNN &Co.
D~ec. 12. t-4~ t f ---
iA. DOWD, will exchange good Notes
L' and Accounts, for Cash, on reasonable
GOODS CGAzp for Cask. us heretofore, or
puunctuai customers, on the usual credit.
De 5, 1d38 e
Ileached Winter 8traiused
L ateI P 0O1L.
HESubscribers have received a supply of
-the abo e ceof very supeior uahity.
Oct 31. 1838 tf 39
Rest Apple VINE(GAR.
Sale byC. A. DOWD;
Nov 13, 1828 tff41
TEAR the Printing. Office, a Pair Waffe
Ihme, which the owner can have,- by alt
lying at this Office and paying for this adver
New Fall and Winteir
T he 4ubscribers leg leave toinform their
I friends and the.public generally, that-tise
are now receiving their stock of faU and Him
fer Goods; consisting of the fobiowing articles,
Super 5-4 black Italian Lustring Silk,
&" " Gro de Swiss do
- Sinchew do
Muslin de Lan,
English Prints, new style,
Fancy do and Mourning do
red and white Flinnels, white Canton do
Black and colored 3-4 and 6-4 Circassiana,
6-4 Gro-deNap 1erino
6-4 Fr and rng do
- 6-4 Coronation Cord,
Ladies super fancy silk Sliawls and Veils,
"6 plam uLam do
" red merino do
"1. silk and bullion fringe .do .
" colored merino and chincille bor
". China Silk Hose,
Ladiea black ribbed do.
" " worsted and merino do
" white-and colored cotton do
" French muslin worked Collars, -
" silk, beaver and hoskin Gloves,
" bonnet and belt Ribbons,
linen cambrie Hdks.
" mourning muslin-Collars,
." super. English Straw Bonnets,
Misses ". " do
Long lawni and Irish Linens Diaper Towels,
8-4 Table, 3-4 & 4-4 Diapers,
A good assortment of Satinets, Casimeres apd
Blue, black and invisible green Cloths,
Furniture Fringe and Dimity,
Cotton net Shirts and Suspenders.
Men's buckskin, woolen &cuffed Berlin Gloves
" mixed and white lamb's wool half Hose,
black silk and worsted do
" silk pocket hdkfs and black Cravnts,
Stocks, Linen Bosoms and Collars,
5-4 English and French black Bombazin,'
A good assortment white plain jaconet mull and
" "1 figured and plaid Swiss do
Bobinets. Insertings, Thread Lace and Edging,
Power loom Ticking and Russia Diapers,
Bleached and brown Shirtings and.Sheetings,
Woolen Linseys and Washington Jeans.
heavy goods for servats, .
9-4 10-4 11-4 Whitney Blankets,
8-4, 9-4 Duffil " for Negroes,
Also, a good assortment of men's, boys and la.
dies fine Shoes and men's-Boots.
Men's fine Hats, Fur and Seal-Caps,
Boys cloth Caps and wool Hats,
Saddlery. Hardware, Crockery, Tin,. 4c.
With many other articles too tedious to enu
merate, which will be sold on aceplmodlating
ter'ns for cash. or on time to punctual custom
ers, NICHOLSON & PR[SSLI Y.
Nov 14. 1838 ' tf 41
OF BAGGING, ROPE Sr BACON,
JUST Ri'CE:VF AND Fo . SALE.
Pieces best H I.11P'BAGGING,
20)0 do. wide 'oW do.
100 Coils of small Hemp Itope,
100 do. do. Tow do.
500 lbs. l.nglish Twine,
10,000 prime Bacon Sides,
Sugar, Coffee and Molasses,
Salt, Iron and Steel
. Teas, Loaf and Lump Sugar,
Brandys, Wines, and Cord I,
All of the above Articles, or any thlt ay
sell, we will warrant to be of the best qualityaij
will sell to order or otherwise, at the lowest
possible prices; and we assure our friends & the
pnblic generally, that orders for Bagging and
ope,or any other'artile inour li-e.shall hava.
our best attention
We still continue to transact business on Com
mission, and will attend to the selling orstoring
of Cotton, or any other business entrusted to our
care. H. L JEFFERS & Co.
Hamnbiur,. July 12, 1?3 tf -23
Factorage &- Conaaaission
HAMBURG, S. CAROLINA.
r p HE subscriber respectfully begs leave
* to announce to the Planters and Merchants
of the Upper Districts, that he fans made ar
rangenmens for the ensinig season to Receive
and .Sell Cotton,. anid trusts that his experience
in the business and.the many facilities .incident
to his ptresent occupation, will enable him -to
merit an ,-xtensive patronage.
Merchmandize and Cotton Received and For
warded with the usual despatch.
.J. F. BENSON.
Sept 14. 1838 . *tf 40
A L L perstons indeebtedl to the Estate of
Francis M. Young, are regntetaed to
make immediate payment; and alt personr,
having demiands against the Estate are re
quested to present them duly- attested.
E DMU ND PE'NN, Adm'r.
Ot 9u 188- f 38
F ROM the.:subscriber,
near ifambur , about
thelast ofApril, 'ooeers, 5
or i6 years old. long slim horns,
One of the Steers is red and: white, the other
brindled. Ear mark not recollected. The
steers were in fine order, us they had'beeni stall
fed.I presuonethey will endeavor torettirtito
Cabrdg, ~irethey .wreasd. .
Nov 23, 1838 - 43 t
-' ber- on the night of the-5ib of
February last, from my. place. two
miles from Hamburg , S. C. a negr
'man namned BEN,iibout fo.tyve
yea7 rs old, five feet sir inches high.
Teaove reward i will pay for
delivering him to me, or putting hin :
in jaileso that I can get him.
THIO MAS .KI.RNAGHAN1
Hamburg, March 2G, 1837: tf 8 ,
. Notice. '
NOHN COTHRAlN, living on the sago
41road, loading f.rom. Edgefield to Abheie
court house, two miles and a half above azd
labor bridge. Tolls beeide me a small Aiwn
Horde. about 145 hands high, seven yeag old,.
a star in hisa forehead, snip on his nod both
hind feetvrhite and long: tail. Noothbjrands
or marks-perceivable. Appraisedaty Dol
lars. JOHNL QJ.~
Jan 26,1839 . Q 52
4FIRST rate GIRL about silteen years
~. of age. M AIRE
Jan. 23, 18||9 b &
IN "THE- COMMON PLEAS.
Isaac Henry, e
vs Fore-ign Attachment.
Joseph'-K. Kilburn, t e.
T H E L above tatedens ha v
Ai,e "8th day-of Sepi~A838,
filed htis declaration in the Clerk's 011i6e, and
the Defendant having- no wife -or attorney
kuown to be in ithis State, upouwhom cop
of the said dece*tion can blem diat -
dered that.the saiddefendant do'apjid. and
make his-defence within a year, and-u day r
the filing of the said declaration, orfinal and
absolute judgment willb awarded agaqinthim.
- (EO. POPE, c. c.r.
Clerk'sO.Fje, - I , :
Jan 21. 183) , W aqd5
State. of 0Iuth..Osi-ninae
IN THE COMMON PLE45
s. - Foao AtrraSaUNnr
-IHE Plain ii the aboe.eibaidg -
this-day filed hisdeclaratio aidjthe D -
fondant having no wife or attorney kapw-t -
be within the State, upon whom-a o YOf said
declaration, with aruleto pieaa 1e0 r
ed:. It is Ordered, 'that the said fe ed.
appear and make..bis defencei the -.fWersid
action, within a year arida day ftos this da*' ,
or fiadl acid'absolute judgment wih,-awaldd
aansnt him- .. .g
GEORGE POPE, c. - IN
Clerk'sOffice. Nov. I, 1838 6dqAO
btaie o SoutLa ar4ida
IN THE COMMON PLES.
Thomas L. Jni,.- -- --
Parks.-- owr Attachment -Assump
Hatch Kimbiall, vs. Atcmn mipE
P &e "'- Attachiment :Assuipd
Park & Frowler. I
HE Plaintiffs intheabove'eases havingtbe
a-;y filed theirdcl4rationaddhe1Dfea
dints having neither wives. nor.;attornesy,
known to be in thii Stiti, oidered that'if We
said Det'enants donot appearand nmke tisiir
defence. within a year and a day' from.A this
date, fiual and absolute judgement shallbe
fortliwith'given and awardedfor. the. said
Plaintiffs in attachment.
JAMES WARDLAW, c.c.
Nov 22.1d38 IB&T adi
.btate (it .uti th't arolina.
IN. THE COMMON 4PLEAS.
Win. Brunson, vs. . oragi d:ac OaU
William Drim' *' Debt.
1HL. Plaintiff.in this casehavii othe 1lk
T of September, filed his de iarat"n the
Clerk's Office; and the Defeadant having -no'
wife or at'orney-,kn6wn to be in" State;.upo
whiom a copy of the said -declarat4n may be
served; It is therefore ordered, t he said D.
lendaitdo appear and make his deifeitcewithin
a year and a day, romut tie filing of the said deo
laration, or -final and absolute judgmenttill be
awarded to thesaid Plaintiff.
. GEO. POPE, C.TC. P.
Clerk's Office. Sept I1, 183 -e 33
Sta.te W so ta Carolina.
IN THE.;COMMON PLEAS.
Sampason Kilcressvs. FoaZioN ArAcW.
Wiiey Fieeman , - Asdursir.
HE Planiiffin'this caishavingbuthe 14th
-T- day ot May, J88, filed hisdeclaratiqp in
the Clerk's Office, and the defendant Ihvingno
wife or attorney, known to be in thisStats6uoa
whom a copy -of the: said declarationmay be
Aerved: It is-tierefore ordered,iat tie- sua''de
fendant deaplear & :make tin defence within
a year and a day fromthe fRgil of the said do
laratien, or final and absolutla twil be
awarded .to-the-esid plaintif.
Clerk's Office, May i4th, 1838. 15
State or South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLE AS.
Robbins & Coniner,)
vs - Assumpsit .Attachment. 1
Win. Yarborough. -
-~ H E Plaintiff, in this case. having this day
fited his declaration, aqd the Defendant
havinirneither wife nor attorney withizi this
State, upon whom a copy of said. declaration
can hb- served;. Ordered, thist the Djefendant
plead thereto within a year and al day fromt this
pubtlicadion. or the said ac n will b-e'akeni pie
cfssagils GEO). POPE, c. c. p.
Clerk's Office. Oct 24..3%38 daq43
. state-oI southi 4 arolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Charles Sproull, A'r of)
Duey E. Li1'ford, da' d vs. .~ AngTaCDN,
James Donalt!. . .. .- susr
TH E Plaint ffin this..csse having, on the
..20th day of March, 1838,.filed hiisdecla
tion ini my ofiee id' the defetidailjavizig no
iGife or attorney tio~ obe in this State,upon
whom a copy of declariation, with a special
order of the coudendorsedtbereon,ean be serv
ed: Therefore o ~ered,tbat the said James-Don
al do appear.iad isake his .ddfence within a.
year and a dayfromn thtefling of thedeclajition
as aforesaid, jgliaal &r abaolutejudgaent-will
he forthw ~ith iven and awarded against him.
SJAS.. WARDLW, c. c. i'.
Clerk'sOee..11th May 1838.: 15
.tat of South Carolin~.
E FIELD -DISTRICT -
IN THCVQMMOIV PLt &
David Oats vs "A-rrcuarter I
Drifm.- - ' sso rr. , .
Plai~a'i is asesavng this da?
sud tefenslant hsR',go Wifeor Attoraaes
and ak1e his defence within aywe nad ada.
frouInhe filing of-thejiid-declaujitiba, or fs
and abolute u eut-wilztsisiaware
de'' e' ahntiB'. ' ' -
r .. .GEORGE POPB; oe .
Cerk's Offiee, Edgeeld'.Mag 1. 1838 Ily
ALL. eassindebted to the estate of an
Grihil, sen. deceased, are requested.te
come forwadt and' malm payment; atid those
havting demnadiigaiiit shiestne are request
ed topseet them uraperb' uted.
. JORN HILL,5 tors.
. an 12, 183d
I N the Vilhige.( Edgefe~d.a Poi st Book,
nontarning sunky7valmabl enhmeb The
owner is invited to call atthisOffies prve pie
perty, pay for this advertisqment, and take .?t
ON the'Cohimbis'Road, .near the Vilage.
an' Umbrella, which the owner cant Jaave
by appljing at this Ofli~des o yieg be is