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Ane Torogh-Bred Horse
W ILL Stand the enaulng Spring season,
commencuig on the 10th of March, at
Jawes Swearingens. 11th at W. Wise, 12th at
S. Quarles, 13th at D. Glovers, 14th it Red
Hill, 15th at or near . Ropers. 16th and 17th
at C. J.GlovershEgefeld Court House, visiting
eachstand everytinth day until the 'loth of
He will be let to mares at 8 dollars the single
visit, 12 dollars the season, and 15 to insure.
The liap money to be paid in cash. In every
Instance the insurance money will become due
as soWn as the oare is known to be with foal,
or exchanged, or moved out of the settlement.
All possible care taken to prevent accidents, but
I will not be responsible for any.
HER-CLtIZ is a beiatiful bay, fall 15 hands
3 inches high. and is a sure foal-getter; has run
and won many r:-ces in this State, Virginia and
Maryland. When he left the turf, he was re
Sarded one ofthe best three-mile horses in the
tate; and two miles unequalled. At three
years old, after winning the great stake at Bal
imore. (See Turf Register.) his owner was
offered and refused five thousand dollars for
hing His colts are generally very promising,
partaking of the old Archy stock. his sir,-, are
extremely docile and gentle, nearly all making
good fahilly horses.
Ha.C.mx was got by old Sir Archy, out of
Georgiana. Archy was by imported Diomede,
dam imported Castianira, by Rockinghan;
g. dam Tabitha, by Trenthatm; g. g. dam by
Bosphorus; g. g. g. dam by Forrester g. g. g.
g.danm Coalition Colt; g. g. g. g. g dain by
Bastard; g. g. g. g. g. g dam by Lord Leigh's
Charming Molly by Second; g. g. g. g. g. g. g.
damby Hangers Brown mare by Stangan's
Arabian; g. g. g. g. g. g. g g. dam Gipsy, by
King William the Third's lilaek No-Tongue
Barb; g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. dam by Make
less; g- g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. dan Royal Mare.
Georgiana was gotten by Col. Alston's Gal.
latin, (son of im. horse Bedford.) iam Calypso,
by tmported horse Knowsley; grand dam by
Eclipse, (son of the imported horse Obscurity:)
g. g. dam by Skipwith's Figure; g. g. g. dam1
by Imported horse Bailor's Fearnought, out of
d thoroueh-bred ware.
W. R JOHNSON.
Ridge. March 2. 1840 d 5
State of South Carolina.
John W. H1eard and o
Isaac T. Heard, vs. Foredosure of Mort
B. It. Winding. gage.
NOTICE is liereby given, that by virtue of
an Order from the Court of Ohancery, I
shall offer for sale to the highest bidder, in the
towtn of Hariburg, on Tuesday after the first
Monday, being the seventh day of April next.
all that lot or parcel of ground in the towin of
Hamburg. containing one-fourth of an acre.
more or less, adjoinir the lots of Gideon Par
due, and Gideon H. Hull, it being the lot on
which is situated the honse lately occupied as a
Drug Store, by the said B. H. Winding. The
terms of sale 'will be, for one-third of the par
chase money, rash; and for the remaining
two-thirds, a credit of three and six months, in
eqna' portions. Purchuaser to give bond and
personal security, and a mortgage of the pretni
as, if reqnired. J. TER RY. C. E. E. D.
Commer's Office. March 4, 1840. $4 P1 e 5
$tate of South Carolina.
Williain Holstun and BW for Account, Arm.
-others, Children of I
Moses Halstun, sen. J
It appearing to my satisfaction, that William
Hoiston, Stephen Holstun. Elkanah Sawyer,
and Celia his wife, Hiram Holstnu. David B.
Williams, aid Mary his wife, some of the de
feadaits in this case. reside without the limits
of this- State. On motion by Wanlaw. anrid
Wardlaw, ordered thut the defendants above
named appear and plead answer, or deniur, to
the bill in this case within three months from
the dnte of the publication of this notice, or the
said bill be taken pro confesso. against them.
J. TEiRRY, c. a. E. D.
Feb. 27, 1840. $8 81 ac 5
State of Solli h Citarolinia.
IN THlE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Reuben Carpenter et al. applicants,
Nancy Moselv et al. defendtants5
I T appearing to my satisfaction, that Nancy
Mosely and Anmna Danner, two of the de
fendants in this case, resides wvithout thme limits
of this State: It is therefore ordered, that they
do a ppear sud object to the division or sale of
the Real Estate of Fanny Butler, deceased. on
or before the first day oflune nlext, or their con
sent will be entered of record, this 2nd day of
OLIVER TOW LES, o. a. D.
March 6, 1840$6 50 ab 5
State of South Carolina.
B Y OLIVER TOWLES Esquire,
Ordinary of Edgefield District.
Whereas John Tomtkins hath applied to
me for Letters of Administration, on all
and singtular the goods andi chattles, rights
and credits of Frank Tomkins, late of the
District aforesaid, dleceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to he and appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District, to be holen, at Edge
field Court House on the Sixteenth day
of March next. to show cause, if any, why
the said administration should not be
'Given under my hand and seal this
Third day of March in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty
and in the sixty-fourth year of Atnerican
March 3, 1840 (82 124) b 5
State of Nouth Carolina.
EDGEPIE LD DJSTRICT.
IN Tli. COMMON PLEAS.
James -Harrison 1 Attachment.
vs Henr Evami Debt on Judgmnent.
T HE Elaintiff'I this case, having this day
filed his declaration, and the Defendant
having no wife or Attorney known in this
State,.upon whom a copy of the same can he
served; on motion of Plaintiff's Attorney, Or
dered, That-the said Defetidant do appearand
plead to the said declaration within a year and
a dyfrom the publication of this -order, 6r
'udtwentwill berendered against himprocon
f t. . EO. POPE, c. c.i'.
Se..5,1839 waiw$750 age 4O
Plaister of Paris,
GROUND and Calcined, suitable for both
Manuring and Phastering.
Also, a genuine artiele of Old Port. Waite.
Just'sebetVed -and-for sale by
- . H. R. OOE,&asC& .
Hamburg, eb 2830 ff4
The Celebrated Thorough Bred Horse
W ILL Stand the ensuing Sprin season,
at the Plantation of Capt. Walliaw B.
Hays.four miles below Edgefield C. House, on
the Stage Road leading to Angusta. Tbe Sqa
.son will commence on the 10th of Marhfi, and
expire on.the. 10th of June, and will be let to
Mares at the following reduced prices, viz:
Fifteen Dollars thesingle visit,Twenty five Dol
lars the season, and Forty Dollars insurance.
and Fifty Cents cash to the Groom, in every
instance: In cases of companies of five mares,
the season will be reduced to Twenty Dollars
for each mare, and a proportionate deduction
for the visit, or insurance, by one person be
coming responsible for all. mares will be kept
at the subscriber's pla'ntation, and special care
taken ofthem. atTwenty-five cents per day.
Good Pasturage Gratis The visit and seasoa
money will become due at the expiration of
the season, and the Insurance monev as soon
as the mare is ascertained to be with foal, or
transferred, in which case the.owner of the
Mare, when put, will be held accona table for
the money. All possible care will he taken to
prevent accidentsor escapes, but no liability
will be incurred for either.
Description.-NuLLFria is a bPautiful Bay,
handsomely marked, with a delightful coat of
hair, which shews his superior stock. His ap
pearance is conanading-he is of the greatest
power, subetantiality, andl strength. Hle will
be ten years old this Spritng-is full sixteen
hands high having superior size, large bone,
and is as well munscled as any other horse, in
this, or any other country, and has as much dU
Pcigree.-NULLIFiEr was got by the cele
brated running horse, Old Atuericatn Eclipse
son of the celebrated American running horse,
Old Durock, Roxanaa. his dant, was by the ian,
ported horse, Sir Harry. the best son of Sir
Peter Teazle, grand dam by the imported horse.
Saltrom; g. grand dam by Col. Symes' cele
brated American horse, Old Wild Air: g. g.
garand dama by Driver; g g. g. grand dam by the
imported horse Fallow, g. g. g. g. grand daim by
the imported hoirse, Vamper. A certilied copy.
from Virginia.signaedby Benijamin Jones, Itobert
B.Corban,and Francis P. C'.rhanu. For hisown,
and his colts' performana ces on the turfrreference
can be had to the AnericanTurflteg. & S porting
Magazite. He is a sure foal getter, and his
cilts are large. and have a splendid appearance,
and are now runnig with great success, both
on the Noi thernt and Sonthern Courses.
Performance.-NULL.FIFt, the Sprinug he was
three years old, ran a sweep-stakes over the Je
rusalen Course, mile heats, six subscribers,
One lIundred Dollars entrance. when lie was
beaten. a prodigiously hard race, wad not more
than six or eight inches the seciond heat. Th
next week ie rani, ad woa a Sweep-stakes,
over the Norfolk Course. mile heats. Two
Iltiadred Dollars enatranice, beating several colts
with great ease, particularly thesecond heat.
The week after this, lae ran another Sweep.
stakes,over the Nottaway Course. mile heats,
which race lie won three heats. tuder the hard
est drive, every heat. He was notahien taiied
till next Spring. ie was fur years old when
lae ran ntTree Hill, a most imteresting and
hard contested race, when he was beaten by
Goliah. at 1burheats-Bavird and manty other..
were in this race, and Nullifier was only beat
one foot the last heat The next week lie ,ve-t
to Baltimtore and ran over the Central Course,
four mile heats, for the Jockey Club purse,
when lie was beaten by the flying Dautchnin
a very hard race; maniy other horses rinating,
but o(nly t .ese two contendng. The next fall
lie ran it Broad Rock. two mile heats. which
race ho won at four heats. beattitng seven others,
after he had lost the first and second heats. In
this race lie got one of his sinews sprung; and
has not heen trained since.
'Ebe above is all correct and trie.
V. R. JOHNSON.
Feb.4, 1840 d1
Citizens o1 Charleston,
A ND THE NEIGIIBORlUNG ST.TFS.
Y UU are -respectitilly informed that 70
.M1EETING STRET 70-is ly Olice fior
the exclusive sale of hBRANDRETIl'S V JGE.
TA BLE UNIVElRSAL PILLS. Price twen
ty five cents per box. wit h durections iii English,
French. Spanish Purtinunese aid German.
The high utad universal reputation of the
Bamtdeth Pills, renders it uniecessary tocom
ment largely oat their partictulatr virtnes. As an
anti-bilimns and purgative miedicinte, they are
untequtalled by any. Their purifying eficet on
the blood is universually allowed-all that have
ever used have approved and recomnnianded
In many cases where the dreadful ravages of
tlceratiotn had laid bare ligamntt nudl hone, and
whlere to all appaearancme, nao hauntana toas
could save life, have patients bymthe use ofthtese
Pills, beena restored to good haealth: the devour.
int. di-ease havintg beencomipletely eradicated.
mu conseqntence of te pleasantnes of their
peration, they are universally used in every
section of this wide extenaded country where
they are muade kntown, tand are fast surperseding
every other Preparatin of professed simailar
import. Upwvardts of Fourteen Thousanad cases
have been ceriified as cutred, solely frotm their
ise since the introduaction uof that into the U.
States, thuas estabishing the fact beyond all
:oubt, that the Branadreth PIls cure thec (aippa
renly) most .opposite diseases, by the otte
simtple act of cotntintially evacauatitng the how
es with them, utntil the disease gives way;
herefore, whatever may he said ot'the THEsORY,
he UTIiTY of the PaAeTICz is tiow ns.-n all
As Brandreth's Pills cure Scurvy, Costive
ess, and its consegnuenaces, seasfa'ring men,
ad all travellers to foreign regionus, should not
e without, in order to resoit to them on every.
ccasion dfillness. No medicine chest is ra
quired where they are.
N. B,-Time or climate affects them not,
rovided they are kept dry. Sonthterni gentle
en will find this miedicinte one that wvillinsure
ealth to the people on their estates.
Be careful atnd never putrchase Pills of a
Druggast, P'aorzsstsG to be Brandrethi's Pills.
[utder ado cnasRasACs as any one of this
lass made an Agent. My own established
Agents have iistARaBLrY an EsonAvan.Certitd.
ate. signed B. Branadreth, M. D, in my owna
hand writing. This is renewed yearly-antd
when over twelve months old, it no lotnger
tuarantees the genuineness of the maedicino,
t would be well, therefore, for putachasers to
arefully examine the Certificate. The seal is
ot wax. but embossed on the paper with a steel
seal. Ifthe genuline medicine is obtained.there
is no doubt of its giving perfect satisfaction,
and if all who want it are rareful to go by the
above directions, there is little doubt but they
will obtain it.
Remember 70 Meeting street, is the only
place iin Charleston where the genuine meda
cute can be obtain, and at J. Sales, Hamburg
and C. A. DOWD, Edgefield G. H. the onaly
auhorised Agents for Edgefield-.
Feb 13, 1840 tf 2
LLpersons indebted to the Estate of Robt.
I.Watise, deceased, are requtested to make
immedaae payment; and all persons having de
matids 'againast the~ Estate are reqnested to pre
sent. them duly attested, within the tame lire
ROBT. McCULLOUGH, Ex'r.
Jatly 1.8, 1839 tf 24
00EK &*OR PfRIN'f'NG
OF Every description executed with
-neatness and despatch, a the-Ofico
To Printers and Publishers.
T HE undersigned, agents foe Lothian& HU
gar's Type Foundry, New York, will
contract to supply any quantity or iariety of
Printing Type, to the Printers of North and
South Carolina, and Georgia, on as advanta
geous terms as they can be furnished from the
manufacturers. The Type made at this estab
lishment is all cast by hand, the metal equal, if
not superior to any in the country.
We are also agents for R. Hoe & Co's bMa
chine and Hand Presses, and all other articles
manufactured by them for Printers' and Bind
We also keep on band, and contract for the
regular supply of Printing Paper, of any quali
ty or size.
John-on & Durants's Printing Ink, always
on hand. For sale by
BVRGES & WALkER.
Stationer's Hall, 85 East Bay, Ciarleston,
8 Printers who intend dealing with us, will
please publish the above once a week, till it
ainonn's to five dollars. B. &-W.
Jan 25, e 52
OFFICE OF COMPTROL
CHARLESTON, Jan. 16th, 1840.
T TE Legislature at their last Session having
enaicted that the General Taxes shall be
paid in specie, papei medium or the notes of
the specie paying Banks of this State. The
Tax Collectors aid Sherifs throughout the
Suite will govein themselves accordingly. Jt.
rors and Constables Certificates are also receiv
able in payment of Taxes as heretofore.
W11. ED. HAYNE,
0 The Edgefiell Advertiser, Peudleton
Meesenger.Greenville Mountainieer. Camden
Journal. Cheraw Gazette. the South Carolinian
and the Georgetown paper will insert the above
once a week trail the first of May next.
Jan. 23, aj 51
January 93, 1840.
H E following are the rates of TOLL es
J tablished by the City Council of Augus
ta. or passing the Bridges across the Savan
nah River, opposite Augusta.
All Wagots or Cart.. cotiig from
thecountrywith Cotton, Fire Wood,
Flour. Corn. Alleil, Fodder, Bacon., Free.
Lard, Butter. and Poultry..and com- .
ing into the City of Angusta,
All Wagons loaded with~ Lumber or 25 cts.
Brick, each wav,
All other Tolls ilte same as heretofore.
By oider, S. 11 OLIVER, C. of Council.
Aiigitta, Jan. 29, 18:t9. i f
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
31. 0. Tulman AssuatrsIT,
Eplraim Vemsels. ATTACH MF.NT.
T HI: Plaintiff having filed his declaration
in the Clerk's. Office on the sixtei th
day of October last, an:l it appenting that the
defendant is frotm, nnd without the limits of the
Statead having iither wife nor attorney with
in the said District. oin whomn it rule ter plead
can be served. It is therefosre ordered; that the
defendlant do plead tothesaid declaration with
in a year and a day, from the filinfg of the dec
laration, or fintal and absolite judgment will be
entered against him, by default
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. P.
Jan 16. 1S40 w a P $6 aqd 51
State of South10 Cn.r'ol lia.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Allen S. Dozier, Foreign
William Yarborongh. Attachment.
--1 E plaintiff having this day fil-d his de
clara:ion in my office, and the defendant
havinig no wife or attorney known to be withint
the state, uponi whi.tn a colpv could he ser
4ed with a rule to plh-ad. It is ordered that
the defendant do plead to the said decia
ration within a year and a day, from this date.
tor final and absolute judgment will be .awarded
ngaitst him. . G EO. POPE, C. C. P.
Edgefeld C. H. 5$7,50 a. a L. oge 41.
Nov- 0th 1>39.
state Of' So0tI6 (arolila.
iN THE COMMON PLEAS.
J. & L. Jones, vs Attachment
HI. H. Jones.
T H E Plaintif' in this case, having filed his
declarstion in toy office, and the Defen
dant having no wife or Attorney knsown to be
within thte State, upon whom a copy cotald be
served with a rule to plead. It is ordleted thait
the Defendant do plead to the said declaration
within a year and a day. from t3is date. or final
and absolute judgment will be awardea 4t5aint2
tim. GEO. PC)PE, C. C.P.
Clerk's Offce, Edge- 1 LWae4
fecld, Oct 26. 1539. 5$7.50 u ie4
Staite of soulth) C3ar'ola.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
iller, Ripley and Co., )Declaration on At
W Villiam Yarbrough. tachment in Debt.1
T H E Plantiff's. in this case, having this day
filed thteir Declarationi in my office, and the
Defedatt having nteither Wife or Atto.ngy
withain this State. upon whtom a cttpy of said
Declaration -can be served; ordered thtat the
Defendattt plead thereto within a year atd a
iay from this publication, or the said action
will be taken proconlesso against htim.
GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
24th Oct., 1839. -rT.u. p. 39aqe
State of' South Car'olina.
IN T IE COMMON P.E4AS.
Caleb litchell. adm'r. vs
John Johnson; the samne, Attachment.
vs the same.
. L. Penn a Co. vs John
Iohnson;G. L. &E.Penn aCo. Attachment.
rs the same itn two other cases ~
1H E Plaintiffs having filed their declarations
in my office. and the defendant having no
wife or Attorney known to be within the State,
u)on whom13 a copy can be served. Itts order
ed that the Defettdant. plead thereto withtin a
year and a day from this p.ublication, or the said
action will be taken pro confesso against hinm.
GEORGE POPE, C. C. P.
CLerk's Offre, Edgc- I
e, Oct 26tht, 139~ u a w $10, eaq46i
Best Apple Vinegar,
FOR Sle byC. A. DOWD.
Feb 24, 1840 tf 4
A FIRST Rnte Wagon and Teatm,and expe
f.rienced Driver to hire by the day, week,
m~ontt. Apply to- M. FRA4IER.
a..netel C' H. Feb 18. 1840. ea
Copper, and Tn Ware
T liE subscriber, thankili for former patron
tronnae, reipectfiny informs his friends
and the public, that he has returned to the city,
and resumed his mechanical operation as nsn
ii, at the old stand No. )68, opposite the Eagle
and Plitnix Hotel, where may be foind a gen.
eral assortment of ready made TIN-WA RE,
COPPER, STOVES and SHEET IRON
PIPES, of various sizes and patterns. usually
kept in this market..together witlh a large as
sortment of iapan, Wooden and Willow ware
-whieb will he sold low for cash. All orders
attended to at the shortest notice and with des.
Feeling desirous of a general settlement. all
to whom Imay be indebted will please hand in
their necoiuntby the 20thiJanuarv,and all those
indebted to me will please settle by the ahove
date. BENJAMIN F. CHEW.
Augusta Ga. Nov. 16 1839 43 tf
South Carolina Copper,
SHEET IRON & TIN WARE
I WOULD respectliilly inform the Mer
chants and Plan:ers of this State, and all
who may please to give me a call, that I have
located at Haniburg, S. C., with a view to a
permainent residence; and engaged in the
ianufacture of Copper, sheet fron: and Tin
Vare-which I will furnish by W1holesale or
Retail, of the best quality, at the lowest rates.
Having experienced Northern Workmen,
tnd being a practical mechanic invself.I caii at
ed to Roofing, Guttering. and spouting; and
zit other Jobs of coery description in imy business,
which shall be well done, and on short notice.
All orders will be thankfully received and
promptly attended to.
A superior assortinent of Japanned Ware
Also, S tamp'd Plates, all sizes, j ust received.
A. B. CHURCH.
Irambirg, March 28, 1839. tf 8
State of South (Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
PEACH31AN ALFORD, who is now in
the custody of the Sheriff of Abbeville
District, by virtue of a capins ad satisfacun.
lum. at the suit of Daniel A. Wise, and Henry
3. Lipsford, having filed his petition, with a
schetdule on oath of" ]is whio!e estate. real and
personal. with the purpose of obtaining the
ieefit of the Act of the General Assembly.
C( ly11)1t1), called the "Iisolvent Debtor's Act."
Public Kotice, is hereby given, that the pieti
tion of the said Peacliman Alford. will be
heard and coisidered in the Court of Coi
tnot Please, for Abbeville District. at Abbeville
Court House, on Friday tie 20th day of March
next; or such other day thereafter as the Court
tiny order, during the Term. commencing at
the said place- on the third Alonday in Alarch
next; Aiid all the creditors of said Peach
ntan Alford. nre herehy summoned personally,
?r by Attorney. to nppcar. then anid there, in
the said Court, to show cause, if any they can,
why the benefit of the Art ni'ire-a:d, should
int be graited to, the said Peachnan Alford.
ilion his executing the assignment required
by the Art anfore-aid
JOlIN F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P.
Dec 20h. 1839 w. & m. $14.68. ac 47
w( uld beg leave to inform my friends and
thp public generally, that I have associated
myself with air. HI. J. Mlinor, who flomn his
og experience ini cutting will warrant ine in
saying that satisfactiotn will be given to all who
may favor us wvith a call.
B. C. BRYAN.
Tz Business in future, will be carried on at
he old Stand formerly occupied by Goodwin.
Inrrington & Co. tnnder the firm of Bryan
&, inor, who wvill keep constantly on hanid.
he most lashionable articles in their line of
eusiness. All orders thatikinlly received, and
promptly attetnded to. B. C. BRtYAN,
H. J. 311NOR.
Edgefield C H-, Jan 15, 1840 tf 50
Staite Of~ bu th (Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
ilton Walker, vs Attachment
H' E Plaitifti in this case, having filed his
declarationi, and the Defendant having no
ife or \ttorney knowni to he within the State.
pon whom a copy could be served with a rtule
plead. It is ordered that the IDefendatit do
lead to the said declaratiotn within a year and
day, fromt this date, or finalnn i absolutejudg
lut will be awarded against hint.
GEQ. POPE, C. C. P.
Clerk's Offce. Edge
field, Oct. 26, 1839 t7 50 a w arqe46
LL persons indebted to the Estate of James
StliyJy, deceased,eitheir by Note or Ac
:tnt, arc requested to make immediate pay.
ceut, or I will tratnsfer them to the hands ,.fan
ficer for collectioti; als'o, those having de
nands against said Estate are requested to .>. og
emiin. dtuly attested, withim the uma~ 1 re
cribed by lawv.
JOhIN 8. SMY LY, Ez'r.
Jan 20, 1840 i 51
LL persons indebted to the late William
Strom, sen. deciased, arc requested to
nake immediate payment; and those having
iy demands against the catate, will rentder
heir accounts, duly attested, to the suibscriber,
rithin the time prescribed by lawv.
WVM. STROSI, Jun. Adm'r.
Dc9. 1839 if 45
Free' Baskets, Bonnets, &c.
Y the latest arrivals, and will be open in
a day or two, a ntew lot of
Flannls, Bonnets, and Laced Goods.
ICase. containing in til 900 to I D00 French
Baskets, ceoprising every variety and siue.
Just received and now opengt by
JOHN b.Bh. FORtD.
Hamburg, Nov 19 1839tif 43
8A Suerior Article for Ladies Dresses.
Also, Victoria Shawls, just received and
for sale by ' JNO. 0. B. FORD.
ambung. 5ept27. 1829 tf 35
. NEW DRY GOODS,
FROM NEW YoaR AND HARTFORD, CONx.
T HE Subscribers are now receiving fron
New York and Hartford, Conn., and will
continue to receive therefrom, and keep on
hand at all times, a complete assortment of
Fancy and Stapie,
M'EW DRIP GOODS,)\c.
which will be disposed of on reasonable terms,
Aroadcloths of various qualities,
Cassmeres, Sattinets. do do
Kentucky and Cotton Jeans,do
Glenrock Jeans, and Linseys, do
Merinos, and Circassians. do
French, English and American Furni
- ture Prints,
Bombazines, various qualities.
Flannels, do do and colors,
Black, colored and plaid Silks,
Sewing Silks. all colors and qualities,
Patent Flax Thread. do do
Spool Cotton Thread, do do
Swiss, book, striped and plaid Muslin,
Apron Checks, various qualities,
Shawls, a good assortment,
Hosiery, Gloves, Combs, do do
Handkerchiefs a good assortment,
Stocks. Linen Bosoms and Collars,
Brown dressed Shirts and Drawers,
White, black, and colored Cambrics,
Linen, Diapers, and brown Table Cloths,
Fringe and Dimity Furniture,
Plaid and striped Donestics,
Hartford, Amosking, & Trenton Tickings,
Bleached and browti Shirtings,
Do " Sheetings,
Ribands, of every description,
Brass and Whalebone Busks,
CMsets, corded Skirts,
Silk and Cotton Velvets,
Satin Vestings, &c.
Band-boxes, Bonnets, Hoods,
Hats and Cape, Shoes and Boots,
And a great many articles too tedious to
We respectfully invite our customers, and
the public generally, to give usa call. We can
and will give liem greait hargains. We also
return them onr sincere thanks, for the liberal
patroitage bestowed on us, up to the present
time-hoping for a further coitinuance of the
same. AlITC I IF.LL& RANSOM.
Hamburg. Sept 26,1839 tf351
FALL AND WINTER
T HE Subscriber is now receiving from N.
York, a general assortient of Seasona
ble Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, viz:
Black, blne, brown and fancy colored
Cass imeres and Satinets. Kentucky Jeans,
Mixt. gray and plaid Servants' Cloths,
3-4 and 6-4 Circassin s and lerinos,assorted
colors and qualities,
Plain and figured Boinbazins,
White, green, red, and yellow Flannels,
7-8 and 4-4 Apron aid Furniture Checks,
French, English, and lmerican Prints,
Plaid German Ginghams, (a new style,)
Black Gro de Rhin, Gro de Swiss, and
Diapers, Irish Liners, Lawns,
Merino, Thibet. P!aid Silk, Picnic, Chally,
Rohroy. and Prsianii Shawls & Hdkrs.
Spitaltield. Pongee and Flag Silk Pock. do.
Dim. Cambric do.
Verona, Fancy .nd Madras ldkfs.
Boniets. Hoois, Gloves. Hosiery,
Oil Cloths. Carpeting.
Baskets, Band-Boxes, Knives, Scissors. &c.
Also, a quantity of 3-4, 4-4, 5-4 brown Shirt.
ings, Sheetings. and Drillings, for sale
by the bale or piece, very low.
Cotton Osunburgs, Dufl and Whitney Blan
ket., & c. &c.
The Public are invited to call and examino
JOHN 0. B. FORD.
lambnrg, Sept. 14, 1839 tf 33
To Mlerclaunts, Playsicians, Plan
ts, and the Public in gencral.
T H E Suibscribers are now receiving, in
addition to their former Stock. largesup
ptlies of DRUGS. .&c. 5rc, miaking their as
sortencit the most cotuplete ever bef~ore offeredl
for sale in this mnarket. Tro which they would
call the atteintion of the Physiciatis, MItrchauts.
l'lantersa, and till those who wish to piurchiase
any thing in their line. Among tho any arii
eleis of which their Stock is comnposed. are the
0IL3.-Sperm or Lamp Oil, of different
nalities, Linseed or Paint do., Train or Tan
ner's do., Neat's toot do., Castor do.. Sweet do.
P AINT S, V ARNIS HE S, &c.-WIhite Lead
of different brands and qualities, ground ini oil,
ad in kegs-,f200lb.10fttlb,501lb, aunblbench.
Dry Whito Lead, Chrome Green, Chrome Yel
low, Chrome lied. (a beautiful article and a
substittte foi Vermnillion, at a much:l less price.)
Yellow Ouhre, Stone Ochre, Rled Lead. Litli
arge, Lampblauck, Verdigris, dry anid ground in
oil, alsoBlite, Green,.Yellowv,Black, and Paints
of tll colors, reamdy mixed for use, S pitits Tur
pentine, Copal Varnish, 1st and 2nd qualities,
Japan Varnish, Black or Leather do.
BR USHES--Paint Brushes, of all sizes,
Cloth do. (soumethting new and superior,) Hair
Jo. do., Tooth. Furniture. Flesh, Nail, W hile
Wash, Blacl'intg, Horse, (something fine,) Tan
ners. Counir or Dusting, Crumib, Hearth,
Shaving, (a very fihne article,) Comb, Sweep
ing. Scrtubbing..and Painters Dusting Brushes.
together with a variety of other Brushes used
by Painters and others, not herein mentioned.
~ D YE STUrFS-Amonig which are Sp'anish
Float Indipo. Carolina do.. Mladder, Copporas,
Logwood. Bramzil-wood, Nicwood, Canmwood,
Anisatto, & c. &c.
MTE DICINE S.-Among the many of which
are-the following, viz: Sulphate Quinmie, Sul
phate' aorphinme, Acetate Morphine. Piperine,
trychie, Iodine, Elateriumi, Hlydriodate Pot
ts. Kreosote, &c. &c.
PA TENT )IED)CINES-Among which
re the following, viz: Hriuck's P'anacea, In
Jian do., Swai's do., Smith's Anti Mercnrial
Srnp, or Swaim's conqueror, the Hygean
Syrup, Spohni's enro for sick Head Ache.
Green's Tonic Mlixture, (a enre for Fever and
\gne.) Also Peter's IPills, Beckwilh's do.,
Span's do.. Cook's do., Lee's do. Evan's do.,
c. together with a general assortment of the
most popular nostrumns of the day.
A full assortment of Perfumery and Soaps,
of the finest qualities.
An assortment of Glass Warefor Physicians'
and Confectioner's use: such as Specie Jars,
and Tincture Bottles of dlifferent sizes. Gradu
ated leasures and Funniels.
Window Glass of various sizes, from 6 by 8,
to 20 by 30, all of which they will sell on faivora
ble terms. H. RL. COOK & Co.
Haburg, Oct 3,1839 tf 36
TO RENT OR SELL
T HAE DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT
in thme Villaige of Edgefield, next door to
Mrs. Gray's, formerly' occupied by Mlre. Mar
tha Mimi. Possession given inimediately.
Enuire ofMM, FRAZIER.
Ja. n, 29180 tf 53
Who wants Better Evidence,
T Would referthereading public to the nau
merousvoluntaryliduers published recently
in this paper and ini the Good- Samaritan rela
tive to the'happy and beneficial effects of the
Mojfa's Ljfe Pills and Phenix Bitters,
Those who have perised the Letters' above
referred to will observe that in-almost every
case they attest the fact,-that no ineonvenience
of any sort attends the taking of these medi.
cities, in ordinary cases, but 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 disease; andin .cass of-acute suffering,
giaet relief is obtained in i few hoars, and a
cure is generally effectedin Iwo-or three days.
In cases of FEVER'bf every description, and
all bilious affections, it is rnnecessarvy fre to
say aught, as I believe the LIFEMEDICINES
are now universally ndmitted .to be the most
speedy and cifectual cure extant in all diseases
of that class. ,
The Life Medicines are also a most excellent
relief in affections ofthe .iver and Dowels, as
has proved in hundreds ofeases where patients
have come forward and requested that their.
experience in taking them might be published
for die benefit of others, - In their operation in'
such cases, they restore the tone of the Stomach
strengthen the digestive organs, and-iiavigoratea
the general furctions of the whole body; and
thus become to boith sexes (for they are'perfect.
ly adopted to each) an invaluable means ofprej
venting disease and restoring health.
In iffections ofthe head, whether acconpa.
nied with paisf and giddiness, ar markedby the
grievousca!amity it'impaised mental energy;,
in palpitations ofthe heart, flatulence, loss of
appetite and strength. and the ntiltiplied symp
ton,' ordisordered digestion, The Life MedWies
will be found to possess the moat salutary-.ef
Constitutions relaxed, weak, or decaved,- in:
men or women. are usnder the immediaie'influ.
ence of The Life Medicines. Old coughs, asth
nia, and cosuptave 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
rith and balsunic, and die limbs be covred
with flesh, firsi and healthy.
Nervous disorders ut .e~ry kind, and from
whatever cause arising, fly before the effects of
The Life Medicines and afl thattrain of sinking
anxieties, and tremours which so dreadfully
affect the weak, die sedentary, and the delicate,
will in a short time be succeeded by cheerfuld
ness, and every passage of health.
For weakness, deficiency of natural strength
and relaxation of the vessels, by too freqent in
dulgence of the passions, the medicine is asafe,i
certain, and invaluable remedy.
Those who have long resided in hot climates
and are languid and relaxed in their whole sys
sem, may take The Life Medicines with the hap
piest effects. and persons removing tothieSouth
ern States or Vest Indies canot store a more
important article of health and life.
'rise following cases are among the most re,
cent cures effected. and graelytully acknowl
edged by the persons benefitted;
Case of Jacob C. Hunt, New 1Windsor, Or
ange, N, Y.-A dreadful tumor destroyed
nearly the whole of his fhce,nose and jaw.
Experienced quick relief from the use of the
Life Jedicines, and in less than three months
was entirely cured. (Case reported, with a
wood engma ing in a new pamphtlet now in
Case of Thous. Purcell, sen'r, 84 years ofSge
-was afflicted 18 years with swellings in his
legs-entirely cured by taking 42 pills in three
Case of Joan Daulton, Aberdeen, Ohio
rhenmtismi five year-is e'ntirely -cured-has
used the Life Medicines for Worus in childred
and found them a sovereign remedy.
Case of Adah Adams, Windsor, Ohio-rheu
matism. gravel, liver affections, and general
nervons debility, had been confined seven years
-was raised frot: her bed by taking one box
of pills and a bottle of bitters-a most extraor
dinary cure-she is now a very healthy and rop
bnst woman-attested by her husband Shubel
Case of Adon Ames-cured of a moet invet
erate and obstinate dyspepsia, and general doe
Case of Susan Goodarant, a young unmarri
ed woman-stiljeci to ill-health several years
a small course of the Life Medicines entirely
restored her-is nw hale and healthy,.
Case of iiss Thomas, danghter of' Eli Thorn
as-congh and symptoms of consuimpton
cnred in four weeks. Hecr sister cured of a
severe attack of inflaimmatory rheumtism ins
Cause of S. Colvin-cured of a severe attack
of scarlet fever in a few daysaby the Life Mcdi
Extiaordinary case of Lyman Pratt. who was
affired with Phthisic 20 yearaa-effected a
perf'ct cure in 2.4 hours by the use of the Life
Thsonsansds of per'sons afflicted in like manner.
have. hay a jndicious use of Mofat's Life Pilld
and Phentix Bitters, beein restored to the enjoy.
mesit of all the omforts of life. The Bitters
are pleasant to the taste and smell, gently as
tringe the fibres of the stomiach, and give that
proper tensity which a good digestion requires.
As nothing can be better adapted to help and
nourish the constitntion, so there is nothing more
geanerally acknowledged to be peculiarly' effi
cacious in all iniwarid wastings, loss appetite; in'
digestion ofspirits, tuembling or shaking of the
hands and limbs, obstinate coughs, shortness 61
breath, or cosumptive habits.
The Life Medicines possess wonderfully
efficacy in all nervous disorders, fts, headaches,
weakness. heaviness and lowness of spiritd.
dimness. ofsight, confused thoughts, and wan
derig ofthe mind, vapours aid melancholy1
and all kinds ofhysteric complaints are g adu
ally removed by their use. In sickness of thei
stomach, flatniibucies, or obstructions, they are
safe and powvertinl, andl asa purifier ofthie blood,
they have not their egnal ini the world!
1!or additional particnlars of the above inedi
ines. see Moftfat's "Good Samaritan," a copy
of which accompanies the medicine; a copf
can alwaysa be obtained of the different Agentw
who have the medicine for sal.
French. German. and spaninsh directions ea,
be obtained on application at the office, 375i
All post paid letters will receive immediate
Prepared and sold by W31. B. MOFFAT,
75 Broadway. New York. A liberal dedue
tion made to tiaose who purchase to sell sgain.
Agents.-Thie Life Medicines amy also ho
had ofamny of thte principal Druggists in every
town thronghot the United States and the Can'
adas. Ask for M~oflat's Life Pills and Phenix
Bitt-rs; and hoesure that a fac similie of Johu
loflat'saigiiature is upon the label of each
bttle of Bitters or box of Pills,
(17These valuable tiedicines are for sale by
C. A. DOWD.
F.dgefield C. H. Jan, 23 1940 tf51
JUST Received a handsome assortment o1
Pr's do Sois, Grosn do Nap and Mattioni
Silks. of she latest and mos fashion~able colours
and patterns, wvhich will be sold zery kuby
Dec. 13. 1 q-'1 9t f44
Ishal havefor sale at niy plantation, five
inwiles below Cambridge., ou.the Edgefleld
road, four hundred bushels Oat.saed, at75ectu.
A pply to my Overseer oa the place.
Edgefi il, J. an 13,r ga~