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Y virtue of sundry writs officrifjacis, to
ic directed, will be sold at Edgefield
Court House. on the first Monday and Tuesday
in March next, the following property, viz:
Goodwini& Harrington, vs Speiicer Elsmore
one tract of land containing fourteen acres.
more or less- adjoining John Bush and others,
Mary Hightower, -xecutrix, vs George llan
cock, two separate tracts of land. One con
taining four hundred acres,more or less, his in
terest in the same. The other containing five
hundred acres, more or less, adjoiing Mary
Hiightower, Lewis ElIzey and William igh
Tully F. Sullivan,for Jos. Hightower, vs the
same, the above deserihled property.
The Exectorsof J. Sharpton, deceased. vs
Delanson G. Colvin, Ausley Colvin. and Dan
iel Colvin, ore tract of land containing two
hundred acres. more or less, adjoining James
Freeman, and others.
TLrueman 3reightaupt, va Morris Johnson,
one tract of land, contamming seven hundred
acres, more or less, adjoining Wm. S. Howard
Bland, Catlin, & Co., vs the same, the above
John Wash, Bearer, vs W. D. Kimbrcl, one
tract of land containing two hundred and sixty
five acres,more or less, adjoining L. B. Cochran
John H. Hollingsworth, vs Geo. Thurmond,
one tract of land containing - acres, msore
or less, adjoinini Archibald Morgan and others.
David Richardson, vs Wiley Milton: Amory
Sibley, vs Wiley Milton; Jacob B. Smith, vs
Wiley Milton; lIosella Ulalock, vs Wiley I!!
ton, 'Joseph Hightower, and Eli lihtoin; W.
Harley, Administrator. vs Wiley Mlilton; other
Plaintin's, vs Wil)ey Milton, one tract of iatd
containing five thousand acres, more or less,
lying on lIig lrse Creek, on which is a valua.
ble set of saw M lls, adjoining John Wise, Chas.
Lamar, and others.
Isaac Henry, vs J. K. Kilburn; A. J. Rambo,
vs the same. the Defendant's in:erest in one
tract of land containing five hundred acres,
more or less lying on the Savannah River. at
the foot of the upper Bridge: also his interest
in the Bridge.
Attictns Tucket. Bcarer, vs E. G. Colvin,
and Delanson G. Col vin. one tract of land con
taining two hundred acres more or less, ad
joining James Freeman and others.
A. J. Ranibo. vs Eli Milton, one Sav Milland
24 acres of landomore or less, on Clear Branch.
Also, one tract of land containiug three hi
dred acres. more or less. adjoining Charles
Powel and Wiley Milton and others.
Thos Morris, vs Eli Milton, and Wiley Mil
ton, the above described property.
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
Feb 11, 1840 c 2
BY vIrtne of sundry writs or ficrifacias, to
moe directed, will be sold at Edgefield C.
II., on the first Monday and Tuesday in March
next, the following property, viz:
Yeldell &. Carter vs Wily Milton & Eli
Milton, Nine Mules and one Horse, two Carry
The same, vs the same, the above described
property; also, two Negro girls. Elsey &Jane;
also three Mules, one Road Vaggon and one
David Richardson, vs Wilay Milton & Avory
Bland, the above described property of Wiley
Amory Sibley. vs Wiley Milton. the above
George Parrott, vs the same, the above de
W. S. Johnson, Executor. and Nancy Green,
Exetitrix, vs the same, tie above described
Jacob B. Smith, Executor, vs the same, the
above described property.
Rosella Blaloek,vs Wiley Milton, Jos. Hligh
tower and Eli Milton, the above described pro
W. Harley, Administrator, vs Wiley Milton,
the above described property.
Thomas Morris, vs Eli ~3ilton and Wiley
Milton, the above decribed property.
A. J. Rambo, vs Eli Milton, the above de
David Richaidson, vs W. Milton, the above
Isaac Henrty, v's .K.ibun ener
man Lewis, tottr Mules. one Waggon, onte
black Horse and one bay Mare.
A. J. Ramibo, vs 3. K. Kilburu. the above
The Executors of Jepth~aSharpton. deceased.
vs Delanson G. Colvin, Ansley Colvin & Dan
iel Colviu, two Negroes Alfied anid Jane.
Benjamin Rushtin, vs William B. Villard,jr.
one Gray Horse.
Anna Anderson, vs Rauidal Delaughiter and
others; Benjammt Roper, bearer, vs the sameic,
fotur negroes Ch.res, Cind a, and two childreit
Winney & Mary.
Elias H orlbeck & othiersvsJohin Horne, one
H arry Hutetr, & IH. W. Sullivan vs Henry
JHuffmaan; Lewis Collins vs the same. The
samte vs the same; Goodwin & IHtirrinaton vs
he same; G. L. &. E. Penn & Co. vs the sam"; L,.
Giddings vs thte Sanme; Rt. Medlock vs thtesamne;
Smith & Frazier vs the sanme: James Tiomikins
vs the samle; one ntegro Mariah, two Horses,
Otte Waggotm. and one Yoke Oxen.
Also, will be sold at the Driek yard of J. K.
Kilbuarn. at or near the tipperhbridge, on Thutrs
day. the 5th day of Match next, in the case oif
Isaac Henry, vs 3. K. Kilburn, one lot l'nrnt
brick, sttpposed tp be one mtillion. more or less,
one thousatnd bushels Corn, more or less, one
lot Fodder and Pea vines, sixteen head of cat
tIe., four Whleel barrows~, four Briick Mach~ines,
seventeenl head of Hlogs, ten cords wood, two
Waggons, otne lot Platntatint Tools.
A. 3. Ramibo, vs the same, the above descri
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
Feb 14, 1840 b 3
State of South Carolina.
Johni Horn, to ~Mrnae
D. H.Jones.) Motae
B Y Virtue of a Mortgage from Johnt
Horn, to D. IH. Jones, wvill he sold
at Edgenieldl C. H-ouse, on the first Mont
day ini March next, the following property
viz: one bay Horse, Harry.Httnter.
Terms, Cash. S. CH RISTIE, s. F.. D.
Feb1J4, 1840 b 3
State of South Carolina.
WillIam Newv, to
Francis Posey and Mortgage.
B Y Virtue of a Mortgage from Win.
.New, to Francis Pusey nd Darick
Holsomback, will be sold at Edgefleld 0.
House, on the first Monday in March next,
the following properly, viz : Oneo tnegro
girl, Betsey, one boy John, andI one cart;
also, one tract of land, containing ten a
cres, more or less. Terms, Cash.
S. CHRISTIE, s. E. D.
Feb 14, 1840 b 3
200E & JOB PEINTING
O F Every description executed wvith
tneatntess and despatchi, at the Office
The Celebrated Thorough Bred Horse
W ILL Stand the ensning Spriug season,
at the Plantation of Capt. Williamn B.
Mays.four miles below Edgefield C. H onse, on
the'Stage Rtoad leading to A ngusta. The Sea
son will commence on the 10th of March, and
expire on the 10th of June, and will lie let to
Mares at the following redneed prices, viz:
Fifleen Dollars thesingle visit.Twenty five Dol
lars the season, and Forty Dollars Isurance.
and Fifty Cents cash to the Grc1o:, iii every
instance. In cases ofrcompanies oflive mares,
the seaso: wil be reduced to Twenty Dollars
for each mare, and a proportionate dediietion
for the visit, or insurance, by one prcrson be
coming responsible for all. Ij ares will be kept
at the subscriber's plattiion, and special care
taken of them, atTwenty-five cents per day.
Good Pasturage Gratis The visit and season
money will become due at the expiration of
the season, and the lisnratnce money as soon
as the mare is ascertained to be with foal, or
transferred, in which case the owne:vr of the
mare, when put. will be held accouttable for
the money. All possible care will be taken to
prevent accidents or (scalpcs, but no liability
will be incurred for either.
Description.-NULL rmn is a baantiful Bay,
handsomely marked, with a delightfil coat of
hair, whieh shews his sitperior stock. lisap
pearaice is con)inandig- he is of the greate-t
power, substantiality, aird strength. Ile will
be ten years old tlis Spring-is full sixteen
hands high havirg superior bize, large hone,
and isas well inuzcet as any other icrse, im
this, or any other country, aid has as mntch du
Pcdigrcc.-Ntor.Litr.n was got by the cele
brated running horac, Old Americ:mi Eclipse
son of the cekhrnted American running horse,
Old Durock, Roxana, his dam, was by the in,
ported horse, Sir Harry, the best son of Sir
Peter Teazlc, grand dam by the imported horse.
Saltrnim; g. grand dam by Cil. Symes' cele
brated American l.orse, 61d Wild Air: g. g.
grand dam by Driver; g g. g. grand dam by the
imported horse Fallow, g.g.g. g.grand dam by
tie imported horse, Vamiper. A cerlified copy.
fron Virginia.signedby Benjamin Jones,R IIbeert
B.Corban,and lrancis P. Curban. For hisown.
and his colts' perlformances on the turf, referen'c
Magazine. lie is a sure foal getter, and his
ciots.are large. and have a splendid appearance,
and are nowv running with great success, both
on the Northern and Sonthern Courses.
Perfornmancc.-NoLLtlFr.R, thle Spring liewas
three years old, ran a sweep-stakes over the Je.
rusalcn Conrse, iiile heats, six subscribers,
One linndred Do!lars entrance, when lie was
beaten. a prodigionsly hard race, and noti more
thain six or eight inches the second heat. The
next week ie rani, and won a Sweep-stakes,
over the Norfolk Course, mile heats. Two
Hundred Dollars entrance, beating several colts
with great case, particularly tlesecotid heat.
The week after this, lie ran another Sweep.
stakes, over the Nottawav Course. mile heats.
which race ie won three heat, munder the hard
est drive. every heat. Ile was notithen tinined
till next Spring. ie was four years old when
hectan atTre Hill, a ncst interesting and
hard contested race, when he was beaten by
Guliaht, at four heats-Dayard and many othenr.
were in this race, and Nullifier was only beat
one foot the last heat. The next week lie 'vet
to Baltimore and ran over the Central Course,
four mile hears, for the Jockey Club )urse,
when lie was beateit by the flying Dutchman
a very hard race; manty other horses running.
it o'nly these two conteniditr. The next fhil
hie ran at Broad Rock, two mile heas, iwhiclh
race lie won at four heats, beating seven others,
after he had lost the first and seconid heats. In
Ithis race lie got one of his sinews spruig; and
has not been trained since.
The above is all correct and true.
Fe'. 4, 1540 d 1
PRHINTING O'i[CE FOR SALE, AT
A GREAT S.%iUt!FICE. IN AUGUS
TA, GA.-The subtcriber, ofiers for sale the
Pritiitg Establihniet of the Daily News, in
the city of Aigunta. Ga.
The newspaper type consistt of Nonparell.
Brevier, Burgcois, and Long Priter, in suili
ient gnaitity to publish any paper in the
Southern Sintes. Tie type is very good, and
has bineen bit little used.
Tihe Press, is one of Smith's patent, of Hoe's
manacturre, atnd capapile of ptrintinrg an intpo.
ritl sheet-anid warranted to bet intferior to none
Te Job Typo in the oflice comprises almost
evry size. from pien to twenty line pica, andr
eteisiveo fouts capablie of doing arny work
whieb mtighit i'er. Tne assortmienrt was made
at. ~ire's foundrry itt New York, without re
gard to cost, andtr is as comtphete nis as conld be
esired. 'There is a large asortmrentt of Bar.
tir, ttarche(d to the Job Ofiice.
A large Impt~osiing Stone. A great nniher
of Chatses, larige arid smiall. A Cast Iron RotlI
r mtonkli, Cylindars, Framne, &c. T..ogethter
wvith Stands, Ctrses. Sticks, Fuirnitmire, and
every othe.r article niecessary in cin extenisive
The rermns tire onie thouinrcid threec hunadrei
dollars. One third cash, a third otn the 1st of
July, 1N0, anrd a third on tire 1st of January,
14I1. With approved nttes..
Airy ptersoni wishting to ptrchase a Printiog
Office, will searicly ever mecet with a more fa.
vorabler opportunrit V.
Letters otn this siijnect. 1 utst p-aid, addrerssed
to Adrew J. Mliller. at. Antta, or to the suib
scriber, in . illldgeville, wsill im ttended to.
WILLIA.\ II. PIU'(:HA RD,
Snrvivin:: prttner of Pritchard & Blush.
31 ihledksville. Jan.7, 1 640.
t& Will the brethren of tihe craft bie so kind
as to ::ive the above a lew insertionis 7
Jan. 13, I1-!t.
To Printlers anid Publishers.
SH E iundersigined. aigents fot Lothian & Hut
gar's Type Founditry, New York, will
contract to suipp)ly nty qruntity or vartely of
Printinrg Type, to the Printers of Norrtht and
South Carolina, tand Georgia, ott as aidvanta
eutis termis ars they cart hbe ftuntiishied frorm tine
tnatfacttrers. 'i'he Tlype ma~de at this estah.
lislnert is all cast by hand, the metal erinal, if
not superior to anty ini tire country.
We tire also agents for R. Hone & Cit's Ma
chne aind Ilanrd Presses, anrd till other articles
manufactured by them for Printerst aund Bind
Weo also keep oa htand, andl contract for thne
regular supply of Printinrg Pauper, of airy qurali
ty r size.
Joniton & Durants's Printing Intk, always
on hand. For sale bty
BUTRGES & WVALKER.
Stationer's Hall, 85 East Buy, Charleston,
llJPrinters whlo intendl dealing wvith uns, will
lease publish the abovec once a wveek. till it
aaouns to five dollars. D. & W.
an 25, e 52
State of' South Carolinla.
A. Y. Butrton, vs Forcedosure of
Anson Mobley, 5Mortg'age.
BY -Virtue of a ortgage fromn Anson
.E.Mobley to Allen Y. Burton, will be sold
at Edgefield Court Hourse, otn the first Mon
day in March next the followinrg property vtz:
Oto tract of land. containing onec hundred
and eightee acres,more or less, adjoining Ben
amuin Timtan. James Grifi & others also one
Negro Mant Simon. Termsu Cashs.
W. II. MOSS8, .4 t,
Feb 11 1Ai
Citizens of Charleston,
AND THE NEIGHBORING ST-ATES.
y OU are respectfully informed that 70
I EIFETING STnEET 70--s my Office for
the exclusive sale of BRANDRET H'S VEGE
TABIE UNIVERSAL PILLS. Price twen
ty five cents per box. with directions in Enl-lish,
French. Spanish Poriguese and German.
The high and universal reputation of the
Btantdeth Pills, rerders it ttnecessary tocomt
nert largely on their particular virtues. Ari an
atiti-bilious and purgative medicine, they are
unequalled by aniy. Their ptriiying effect on
the blood is universally allowed-all that have
ever used have approved and recormnided
In many cases where the dreadful ravages of
ulcerationt had laid bare lignmeti aud bone, and
where to all appearance, to hunan mienuats
could save life, have patients by the use ofthere
Pills, been restored to good h:lth; the devour
iug disease having beentcotnpletely eradicated.
71t consequence of the pleasan:iness of their
operation, they are universally used in every
section of this wide extended country where
they are made kuown,atd arc fast snrperseding
every' other Preparation of professed similar
iitort. Upwards of Fottrtcen Tltousand easc.i
have been cer:itied as cred, solery from their
use since the introduction of that into the U.
States, thus establishing the fact beyond all
doubt, that the Brandreth Pills cure the (appa
rently) most opposite diseases, by the one
sitmiple act of contimally evacuating the bow
els with thetn, until the disease gives way;
therefore, whatever may be said of thc THEOnY.
the UrLTY of the PRACTICE is now BEYOND all
As BrandretWs Pills cure Scnrvy, Costive
ness, and- its conse(nences, seasl'ring men,
and all trivellers to foreign regions, should not
he without, in order to resoit to theta on every
occasion of illness. No inedicine chest is re
quired where they are.
N. D,-Tite or climate afTects them not,
provided they are kept dry. tontlern gentle
ni will find this medicine one that will insure
health to the peciple oi their estates.
Be careful and never purchase Pills of a
Drturgist, PRoxFEssING to be Brandreths Pills.
Under so cInCUtsTANCES is Oly One of thi
c!ass onatde an Agent. My own established
Agents have usvtuAPL till ENGRAVED Certili
cate, siined B. Bratndreth, M. D, in my owtt
hand writing. This is renewed yearly-and
when over twv elIve montlhs old, it no lonter
guarantees the genuineness of the medicine,
it would he well, therefore, for purchasers to
carefully examine the Certificate. The scal is
not wax. but embossed on the paper with a steel
sec:. It he genuine medicine is obtained.there
is no donbt of its giving pcriect satisfaction,
and if all who want it are careful to go by the
above directions, there is little doubt but they
wi.l obtain it.
Remember 70 Meeting street, is the only
place in Charleston where the genuine medi
citne ean be ohtaiti, and at J. Sales, Hotibutrz
and C. A. DOWD, Edgeficld C. H. the only
atnhorised Azents for Ed'gefield.
Feb 1:1, 0t 2
OFFICE OF 0CMPTROL
LER *EME RAL.
Cir.TnLESTOX, Jan. 16th, 1840.
T IE Lgi.atnre at their last Session having
enactnl that the General Taxes shall be
paid itn specie. paper tmedium or the notes el
the specic paying Banks of this State. The
Tfax Collectors and Sheriffs thronhout the
State will envern themselves accordittgly. Jo
rors and Constables Certificates are also receiv
able iu payment of Taxes as heretolbre.
WM. ED. IJAYNE,
07 The Edgefield Advertiser, Pcttdletot
Messetiger. G reetiville Montniiieer. Camdet
Jottrttal, Cheraw Gazette, the Sonth Carolinian
and the Georgetown paper will insert the above
once i week tatil the first of May next.
Jan. 2,3, nj 51
T iE following nre the rates of TOLL es
. abli-shed by the City Council of Angus
ta, for passing the Bridges across the Savani
nah River, opposite Augusta.
All Wagotis or Carts, coinig from11
thte cotunttrv, with Cotton, Fire Wood, |
Flonr. Co'rtt, 3Meal, Fodder, Bacon,. Free.
.lAdr, Butter. and Poultry.nttd com-.
ing into the City of Atttnsta, J
All Wagons loaded with~ Lumber or 25 ets.
Brick, each way,
A1l other Tolls the sante na heretofl'te.
1By order, S. [I OLIVER, C. of Connell.
Attgttsta, Jan. 29, 1839. 1 f
N EW FIRY.
.~ would beg leave to infortm my fi-iends and
thtep ttblic generally, that I htave associated
mn self witha Mr. II. J. Minor, whlo frotm htis
lotat experience in cntting will warrant mte int
saying that satisfaction will be giveti'to all who
may favor us with a call.
.B. C. BRYAN.
TnE~ Business in ftutre, will be carried on at
the old Stand formterly occupied by Goodwin,
Iinrrington & Co. utnder thte firm of Bryan
& tlin~or, who will keep consuatttly on hand.
the most fashionable articles in their line of
hsittess. All orders thankfully received, and
protmptly attended to. 13. C. BRYAN,
Edgefteld C HT. Jan 15*,1840 tf50f
State of South Catrolitna.
AERON AUJTERY tolls before me, a small
firon grey Filly, atbnttt four years old, and
appraised at twenty dollars.
R. B. BOJKNIGIIT, J. P.
Feb. 8, 1840 e 2
A LL pceons indebted to the Estate of Wil
liatm Willaias, deceased, arc requested
toiuake itmmediate paymettt ; and all persons
having detmands against the estaite of said de
ceased, are reqgtested to precettt themu duly at
te~cd. WM. BRLUNSON, Adm'~r.
Feb. 3, 1840. 4t
A LL persons indebted to the Estate of Ste
21 hetn Totmpkitns, deceased, are reqnested
to miake immediate paymetnt ; attd all persons
hnvittg dematnds agaitnst thte estate of said de
ceased, are requested to presentt them dttly at
tested. WVM. BRUNSON, Adm'r.
Feb. 3, 1640. -4t
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Roht.
W~atts, deceased. arc regnested to mnke
immtediate payment; and all persotus having de
uttnds aigaintst the Estate are reqgtested to pre
settt them dtly attested, withtt the titme pre
scribed by law.
ROBT. M'cCULLOUGII, Ex'r.
Jutly 18, 1839 -tf 24
A LL Persons5 itndebted to thte estate of Fran
p cis T. M itchtell, deceased are tequested te
make paytment; or any having demnands, to pre
sent thtem dtuly nttested.
ner embher27.1W3 d .5
NEW DRY GOODS,
Fnon Nsxw Yonic AxD IIAnrFotn, CoNN.
re HE Snbscribers are now receiving from
New York nd Hartford, Conn., and will
continne to receive therefrem, and keep on
hand at all times, a complete assortment of
Fancy and Stapie,
.JEW DRi GOODS, &c.
which will be disposed of on reasonable terms,
Droadcloths of va riotis qualities,
Casimeres, Sattinetws. do do
Kentucky and Cotton Jeans, do
GlinrockJeans. and Linsevs, do
Mlerhios, and Circassians. do
Freich, En-flish and American Furni
Dombazines, various qualities.
Fh-me~, ~ do do and colors,
Dbek, colored and plaid Silks,
t-ewin, Silks. all co!ors and qualities,
Patent Flax Thrcad, do do
S pool Cotton Thread, do do
Swiss, book, striped and plaid Muslins,
Apron Checks, various qualities,
Shawls, a good assortment,
H osiery, Gloves, Combs, do do
Handkerchiefs a good assortment,
Stocks, Linen Bosoms and Collars,
Drown dressed Shirts and Drawers,
White, black, and colored Cambrics,
Linen, Diapers, and brown Table Cloths,
Friige and Dimity Furniture,
Plaid and striped Domestics,
Iartflord, Anmosking,& Trenton Tickings,
U!eached and brown Shirtin;;s,
Do " Sheelings,
Ribands. of every description,
Grass and Whalebone busks,
Corsets, corded Skirts,
Silk and Cotton Velvets,
Satin Vestings, &c.
Band-boxes, eBnnets, Hoods,
Hats and Caps, Shoes and Boots,
And a great many articles too tedious to
We respectfiflly invite our customers. and
the public generally, to give us a call. We can
and trill give Itemti great hargains. We also
return themt our sincere thanks, for the liberal
patronage bestiwed on us, up to the present
time-hoping for a furiber continuance of the
ainme. MITCII ELL & ILANSOM.
Hamburg. Sept 26, 1639 tf 35
T lE Subscriber is now receiving from N.
York, a general assortment of Seasona
ble Stalelc and fancy DRY GOODS, viz:
Black, blne, brown and fancy colored
Cas'imeres and Satinets, Kentucky .eans,
Mixt. -:ray aid plaid Servants' C!ths,
3-4 anI - 1 Circassiinsand Merinos,arsorted
colors and qualities,
Plain and figured Domihazins,
White, green, red, and yellow Flannel.4,
7-8 and 4-4 Apront aid Furniture Checks,
French, English, and American Prints,
Pla'id German Ginghams, (a new style,)
Black Gro de Rthin, Gro de Swiss, and
Diapers, Irish Liners, Lawns,
Merino. Thibet. Plaid Silk, Picnic, Chally,
Rtohroy. and Prilsian Shawls & lidks.
Spitahield. Pongec and Flag silk Pock. do.
Dim. Canbric do.
Vcro::n. Fancy and Mndran ldkfs.
Donnets. loods, Gloves. Hosiery,
Oil Cloths. Carpeting.
naskets. 3and.-o,:es, Knives, Scissors.&c.
Also, a gnantity of:i--, 4-4. 5-4 brown Shirt
higs. jhectings. and Drillings, for sale
hv t: hle or piece, very luw,
Cotton Osnaburnas, Duffil and Whitney Blan
hets. & c. & e.
The Public are invited to call and examine
SJOiN 0. B. FORD.
Ilamburg, Sept. 14, 16:0 tf 33
To Merchants, Physicians, Plan
ters, andt the Public in general.
T 11El Subcribiers are now receiving, in
addition to their formier Sto~ck, large sup
plies of DlujGS, S-c. &c , maaking their as
sortmenut the most complete ever bebore olfered
for saile itn this marke-t. To which theyi would
call the atitention of thie Physicians, Mlerchanuts.
Plamers, and amll those whlo wish to purchatse
any thitng in their line. Aiong the mtatny ant
eles af wich their Stock is composed, are the
ofts.-Sperm or Lamp Oil, of different
qgaities, Linsecd or P'ainmt do., Traitn or Tan-.
ner's do., Neat's Ioot do., Castor do.. Sweet do,
P AIS TS, VA 1||1.SIIES, S-c.-W hite Lead,
of ditferent braunds and qualities, groutnd mn oil,
aid itt kegs 'if2001b, j0,'b, 50tb, and-.5ib each.
Dry White Lead, Chrome Green, Chrome Yel
low, Chrotme lIed. (a beautil article and a
substitute fot Vermnillion. at a nnh less price,)
Yellow (Ochre, Stotie Uchre, ited Lead, Lith
arge, Lamipblack, V'enligris, dry and ground in
oil, also lnte, Greeni, Yellow, Black, and Paints
of all conors, re-tcdy mixed for use, Spirits Tur
petitne. Copail Varntishi, 1st and 2nd gnalities,
Jaan Vatrmush, lilack or Leather do.
B'lLCSI/ES--Pamint Brutshes, of all sizes,
Cloth do. (something tnew attd-superior,) Hair
do. do., Tooith, Futrmature, Flesh. Nail, W hite
Wah, Black ing, Horse, (.-omthing tine,) Tan
ners, Coun'er or Dusting, Croumb, 1learth,
Shavitng, (a very fwne article,) Cotmb, Sweep
ing, Sertubbing, antd Painters Dusting Brushes,
together with a variety of odher Bruishes tused
byv Painters andl others, niot herein mentioned.
D YE S TUFFS-Among whiecb are Spanish
Float Intden, Carolina do.. Madder, Copperas,
Logwood, B:-azil-wvood, Niewood, Camuwoud,
Antatto, &c. &c.
MIEDICINES.-Among the many of which
are the fotllowinig. viz Sulphate Quinine, Suil
phte Morphine, Acetate Morphinte, Piperine,
St rychnipe, Iodine, Elaterium, ilydriodate Pot
ash, Kreosote, &c. &c.
PA TENT MIED)CJNES--Among which
are the following, viz: H-onck's Paniacea, In-.
diani do., Swaitm'sq do., Smtitha's Anati Mercurial
Srup, or Swaim's conqueror, the Hygean
s'rp, Spohni's enre for sickc Head Ache,
Green's Tonic 31istnre, (a enare for i-ever and
.gie.) Also Peter's Pills, Deckwith'~s do.,
Spant's do., Cook's do0., Lee's do. Evan's do.,
&. together with a general assortmentt of the
most popular nostrumus of the day.
A full assortment of Perfumery and Soaps,
of the linest qualities.
A n assortment of Glass WVare for Physicians'
and Confectioner's tse; such as Specie Jars,
and TPincture Bottles of dil1erent sizes, Gradu
atd Measures and Funnels.
Window Glass of various sizes, from 6 by 8,
to 20 by 30, all of whicht they will sell on ihv'ora
le terms. . H*. R. COOK & Co.
Hlamburg, Oct 3,1639 tf 36
TO RENT OR SELL~
T HEl DWELLING [loUSE AND LOT
in the Village of Edgetield, ntext door to
Mrs. Gray's, formerly occupied by Mrs. Mar
tha Mimi'. Possessioni givetn immediately.
Et-..,..tc o f. FRAZIER.
Copper, and in Ware
T H F. subscriber, tha'ikljid flr fornier patren
_H.tronage, respectItuY infforms L.is friend,
and the public, that he has ieturned to the city.
and resumed his mechanical operations as usn
al, at the old stand No. 168, opposite the EnigI
and Phoinix Hotel, where may be round a gen.
eralassortmentof ready malde TIN-WAll.
COPPER, STOVES and SHEET IRON
PIPES, of various sizes and patterns, usually
kept in this market. together with a large as
sortnictit of Japan, Wooden and Willow warr
-which will be sold low for cash. All ordork
attended to at the shortest notice and with des
Feeling desirous of t general settlement, all
to whom Imay Ile indebted will Ilease iand in
their accoints by the 20thJiiaary,and all thosr
indebted to ine will please settle by the abov.
date. BENJAMIN F. CHEW.
.Angusta Ga. Nov, 16 1839 43 tf
South Carolina Copper,
SHEET IRON & TIN WAP=E
I WOULD respectfully irmrin the Mer
chants and Plan:ers of this State, and all
who may please to give nic a call, that I have
located it Hamburg, S. C., with a viev to a
permanent residence; and cngaged in the
manufiacture of Copper, sheet Iron; and Tin
Ware-which I will f'urnish by Wholesale or
Retail, of tht best quality, at the lowcst rates.
Having experienced Northern Workmen,
and beiuit a practical mechanic iyselfl can at
tend to Roofing, Guttering. and Spouting; and
all other Jobs of cery description in my biisiness,
tchich shall be wcll donc, and on short notice.
All orders will be thankfully received and
promptly attended to.
A superior assortment of Japanned Ware
Also, St:nnp'd Plates, all sizes, just received.
A. B. CHURCII.
Hambnrg, March 28, 18U9. t1 8
State of South Carolina.
A BBEVILLE DISTIUCT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
P EACHMAN ALFORD, who is now in
the custody of the SherifY of Ahheville
District, by virttic of a capins ad suti fucun
dut, at the suit of Daniel A. Wise, and Henry
M. Lipsford, having filed his petition, with a
schedule on oath of his whole estate, real and
personal, with the pipose of obtaining the
benielt of the Act of the General Assembly.
comnonlv called the "Insolvent Debtor's Act."
Public 'Notice, is hereby given. that the peti
tion of the said Penhiman Alford, will be
heard and considered in the Court of Com
tmon Please, for Abbeville District, at Abbcviilc
Court House, on Friday the 20th day of March
next; or such other day thereafier as the Court
may order, duritng the 'Term. comnencing at
the said place on the third Monday in M1larch
next; And all the creditors of said Peach
mian Allord, are L:ereby sntmtotied persoially,
or by Attorney. to appear. then and there, in
the said Court, to show calve, if' nn tinh can.
why the betiefit of the Act nforesaid, shonuld
not he grante-r to the said Peachinman Alford,
111011 his excuttting tie as.igminaent required
by the Art nfore:aid.
JOHN F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P.
Clerk's O re,
Dc. 20th, &9 -w. n. 514,68. ac 47
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLE AS.
M. 0. Tuhmant Aseirarr,
FEphraitm Vessels. AAaant.:rr.
T HI6 PItntiff having filed his declaration
in the Clerk's Oimrle on the sixteeth
day ofOctobier last, and it appent in: that thet
de'ewlant is fromt, mad withont die linmits of the
State,andi having neither wife~ nor attorntey with
iti the said District. tin whtomt .a rtde to plead
cn bie served. It is thaerenire orderedt that the
defentdant do plead to the said declaration. wi t
it a year atnd a day, from tihe filing of' the dec
harnon, or finial and absoluate juzdgtnent wvill be
etered against hint. by defanit
'.JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. P.
Jan 16. 1540 w & e $6 aqd 51
State of Soulth1 Calrolna.
iN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
Mil1toii Walker. vs A ttachmet
VP "lE Plaintiff i'n this case. having filed hia
Sdecltratioti, and the Defetidant having no
wife or Attortiey kitowtn to be within the S:ate,
tpon whtomt a copy couldl be served with a rule
to plead. It is ordered that the Defendatnt do
pladl to the said declaratiot withitn a year and
a day, fromn thtis date, or ftnaland absolutejudg
mn't will be awarded arainst him.
GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
Clerk's Offce. Edgfe
ficld, Oct. 2, 1839 7 50 n a w ar;c 46
ALL p~ersonis indebted to the Estate of James
ASmvly, deceased, either by Note or Ac
count, are requested to mak e immnediate pay
ment, or I will transfer them to the hatids tfntu
Oflcer for coilectiott; also, those htavittug de
mands airainst said Estate are regntested to biring~
them in.'dtuly attested, within the time pre
scribed by law.
JOIIN S. S3MYLY, E.c'r.
Jdu 20, 1840 i 51
ALt LL persons indebted to the late William
Strom, senl. deceased, are reqtuested to
make timmediate payttenit; atnd those having
any demtands against the eitate, will render
thcir accounts, dutly attested, to the sutbseniber.
within the time prescribed by law.
WVM. STROM, Jon. A dm'r.
Dec9,1839 tf 45
Frecuch Baskets, Bouuacets, &c.
BY the latest arrivals, and will be open in
Ja day or two, a new~ lot ohf
Flannels, Bouncts, and Laced Goods.
1 Case, containing in aill 900 to 1000 French
Basats, comnprtsing every vairrety andt size.
Just received and no0w openitng by
J0 I N 0.1B. FORlD.
Hamburg, Nov 19 1839) i f 43
iMouselaiune de Lanes,
A Siuperior Article for Ladies Dresses.
Also, Victoria Shawls, just received and
fo sale by JNO. 0. JB. FOR P.
It.umluirm ,n .et27. 1$2'J tf3S
V eto wants nEetter Evidence,
I Would refer the reading public to the nn.
merous voliuitary let:ers published recently
in this paper and in the Good Sanaritan eit
tive to the liappy and beuicial cifects of the
Mofjat's Life Pills and Pienix Billers,
Those who have perused the Letters above
referred to will observe that in almost every
case they attest the flict, that no inconvenience
ofany sort attends the taking of these medi
cities, in ordinary cases, hut that the patient
without feeling their opperation, is universally
left in a stronger and better state of health than
was experienced previous to being afflicted
with diseas; and in cases of acute suffering,
gicat re'icf is obtained in a'few hours, and a
cure is eencrally effected in two or three days.
In cajes of lEVER.of every description, and
all bilions afiections, it is nnnecessary - for me to
say antght, as I believe the LIFE ME IGINES
are now universally admitted to be themost
speedy arid effectual cure extant in all diseases
o that class.
The Life Medicines are also a most excellent
relief in alrections ofthe Liver and Bowels, as
has proved in hundreds of cases where patients
have come forward and requested that their
experience in taking them might be published
for the benefitofothers, In teir operation in
uch cases, they restore the tone of the Stomach,
strengthen die digestive orgais, and invigorate
ke general function of the whole body, and
thus becomte to both sexes (for they are perfect
ly adopted to each) ani invaluable meas of pro
venting disease and restoring health. -
In affections ofthe head, whether accompa
nied with pain and giddiness, ar marked by the
grievous calamtity o'impaired mental energy;
in palpitations or the Ieart, flatulence, loss. of
2poetite and strength. and the multiplied synip
totils of disordered higestion, The Life Medteiens
ill be found to possess the most salutary ef.
Constitutions relaxed, weak, or decayed, in
inen or women, are tinder the immediate influ
ence of The Life Medicines. Old coughs, eath
mas, and contsupinltive habits are soon relieved
and speedily cured. Poverty of blood, and
emancipated limbs will ere long meet the hap
piest change; the chill watery fluid will become
rich and balsamic, and die limbs be covered
with flesh, firn and healthy.
Nervous disorders of every kind, and from
whatever canuse arising, fly before the effects of'
The Life Mcdicines and all that train of sinking
anxieties, and tremonrm which so dreadfully
aitect the weak, die sedentary. and the delicate,
will in a short time be succeeded by- cheerful
ness, and-every passage ofheahh.
For veakness, deficiency of natural strength
and relaxation of the vessels, by too freqent in
dnigence of the passions, the medicine is asde,
certain, and invaluable remedy.
Those who have long resided inhotelimates
and are languid and relaxed in their whole sys
tent, may take The Life Medicines with the iap
piest effects. arid nersons removing to theSouth
ern States or West Indies cannot store a more
important article of health and life.
The following cases are among the most re
cent cures etected, atid gratelylully acknowl
edged by the persons benefitted;
Case ofJacob C. Hnnt, New Windsor, Or
ange, N, Y.-A dreadful tumor destroyed
nearly the whole of his face, nose and jaw.
Expericiieed quick relief fron the use of the
Lite %ledicines, and in less than three months
was entirely enred. [Case reported, with a
wood engraving in a new pamphtlet now in
Case of Thos. Purcell, sen'r, 84 years of age
-was nilicted 18 years with swellings in his
legs-entirely cuied by taking 42 pills in three
Case of Joan Daulton, Aberdeen, Ohio
rhenatisn five years-is entirely cured-has
used the Life Medicines for Worms in children
and found them a sovereign remedy.
Case of Adah Adams, Windsor, Ohio-rhen
matism, gravel, liver affections, and general
nrvots debility. had been confined seven years
-was raised from her bed by taking one box
of pills aid a bott!e of bitters-a most extraor
dinarv cure-she is now a very lwa!thy and ro
bust voman-attested by her husband Shubel
Case of Adon Ames-cured of a noet invet
ra!c and obstinate dyspepsia, and general de
case of Susan Gondarant,-a young unmarri
cd wvoinant-sitject to ill-health several year
a small Conrse of the Life tledicines entirely
restored her-is now hale and healhby.
Case of .3liss Trhomuas, daughter ol' Eli Thorn
as-congh andl symptoms oif consumiptoin
cnred iii four weeks. Icer sister cured of a
severe attack of inflamnmatory rheunmatismi in
Case of S. Colvin-ciured of a severe attack
of scarlet fever in a few days by the Life Medi
Exa:ordinary case of Lyman Pratt. who was
alired with 'Phithisic 20 years-effected a
pertect cure ini 241 hours by the use of the Lifte
Thousands of person~s afflicted in like manner.
have, by a judicions uase of Mofa*t's Life Pills
and Phecniz lBitters, been restored to the enjoy
ett of all the omforts of life. The Bitters
are pleasanit to tlie taste and smell, gently as
tinge the fibres of the stomach, and give that.
prper tens-ity wiceh a good digestion requires.
As no~Jhing cart he better adapted to help and
no ish the constitution, so there is nothing more
acenerally acl ntowledged to be peculiarly efll
cacions in all iinward wastings, loss appetite, mn
hiCstion of spirits, trembling or shaking of the
hl:ds atnd liumhs, obstinate coughs, shtortness of
breath, or coustmnptive htabits.
VTe Life 3dedicines possess wvonderfully
efenecv ini all niervous disorders, fits, headaches,
weknss, heaviniess and lowness of spirts.
duaess, (ifsight. conifased thoughts, and wan
deriug of the mind, vapours and melancholy,
ud aill kindls ofhtysteric complaints are g adu
aly reiiiyemd by their nt-e, In sickness of the
stoach, fintulincies, or obstructions, they are
sae and powerini, aitd asa putritier ofthe blood,
they have not their eqp-al in the wvorld!
Por additional paritculars of the above medi
ies. sue Moffat's "Good Sanmaritan," a copy
of wvhichi accompanies the mtedicine; a copy
can always be0 obtainied of the different Agents-~
who havethe rmedicitie for sal...
Frencih, German, and Spanish directions can
e otaiined on application at the office, 375.
All post paid letters will receive immediate
Prelpared and sold by WYM. B. MOFFAT,
375 Broadway, New York. A liberal deiduc
ion made to those whlo purchase to sell again.
Agets.-The Life Madic tnes may, also he
had tfany of tl~e principal Druggists im every
town throuighouit the United Statestand the Can
adas. Ask for Molliat's Life Pills arnd Phenix
Bittrs; and be sure that a fac simihie of John
?ulollt's siuziature is tupon the label of gach
brittle of tter" or biox of Pills,
ETrhese valuable medicines are for sale by
Edgefield C . Jan, 23. 1840 tf 51
tUST Received a handsome assortment of
a Prnido Sois, Gros do Nap and Mattion
Silks, of the latest and tmost fashioinable colours
aid patterns, wvhich will be sold ver d~a, by
Dee. hi. 183l t f 44
I shall have for, rale att my planatation, five
miles below Cambridge , on the Edgefield
road. four hundred bushels Oat-seed, at 75cts.
A pply to my Overseer on the place.
dr,'fr.1el t .IIJn 13. 1510 tf 50