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State of 'outh Carolina.
IN THE COM.1MON PLEAS.
lames Harrison Attachment.
vs Henry Evais Debt on Judgment.
T H E Plaintifrin this case, having tis day
tfiled his declaration, and the Defendant
having no wife or Attorneye known in this
State, upon whom a copy of the same can be
served; ou moti'on of Pltaintiff's Attorne'y. Or
dered. That the said Uefendant do appear and
plead to the said Jeclaraton within a year and
a day from the pub'icattion of this order, or
judgement will berenderest against himpro LO
fesso. GEO. POPE,c. c. P.
Nov. 5. 1839 wwiv $7 50 aqe 40
ttate of 6oliih ( tairoliia.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
J. & L. Jones, vs Attachment
H. H jones.
T HE Plaintif' in this case, having filed his
d ctrution itt mv titlice. and the Deln
dant having no wife or'Attorney known to be
'within the state. ttpjon whom a copy could be
servel with a n1:e to plead. It is orlered that
the Delendant do plead to the said declaraiitin
within a year and a day. from t]is date. or final
and absoltte judgment will be awardel against
him. GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Edge- I
fdcld, Oct 26, 1839. S $7 50 a &w aqe 46
State of Soth CarIIolinia.
IN TlIE COMMON PLEAS.
Allen S. Dozier, Foreign
William Yarborough. Attachment.
r g - lE plaintiff having this day filed his de.
I clara ion in tny office, and the defeiidant
havitig no wife or aitorney known to be within
the state, upon whon a copy could he ser
ved with a rile to pie-ad. If is ordered that
the defendant do plead to the said decla
ration within a year and a day, fron this date.
or fiual and absott:e judgment will hbe awarded
against him. G EO, POPE, C. C. P.
Edgefield C. H. - $7,50 o. a B. oqe 41.
Nov 6th 1P39.
Sftate (it .44)1111t i il'oilla.
1N TUHE COMMON PLEAS.
Milton Walker. v's Attachment
11 E Plaintiff i'n this case, having filed his
. declaration, and the Defendant having no
wife or \ttornwy known to lie within the State.
upon whotm a copy could he served with a rule I
to ilead. It is ordered that the Defendant do
plead to the said declaration withitn a year and
a day, from this date, or finalanl absolutejudg
ment will be awarded against him.
GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office. Edge. k
feld, Oct. 26.1839 j7 50 a & w age 46
State of Sonth Carolina.
IN T"E COMMON PI.EAS.
Caleb Mitchell. adm'r. vs
John Johnson; the same, Attachment.
vs th same.
G. L Penn & Co. vs John
Johnson; G. L.&E.Pent aCo. Attachment.
vs the same, it two other cases
r1'H E Plaintifis having filed theirdeclarations
in my oflice. and the delndant having no
wife or Attorney kiown to be within the State.
uion whom a copy can be served. It is order
ed that the lelinidant. plead thereto within a
year and a day from this punblicntion, or the said
action will be taken pro conrteso apamtst him.
GEORGE POPF, C. C. P.
Clerk's Offire. Edge.
Leld. Oct 26th.139. & w $10. eaq 46
State of *O4ltth Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Miller, Ripley and Co., Declaration on At
William vYarbrottgh. )tachment in Debt.
VU EPlatii's. in this case. having this day
1.filed their Declaration in my office, and the
Defenidant having nteither Wite or Atto ney
within this State. tnpon whom a copy of~ saidt
Declarationm can be served; 'crdered that thet
Defendatnt p lead thereto wvithin a year aid a
day from this Fnublication, or the Laid action
will be taken proconfesso against him.
Clek' Ofic, GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
24th Oct., 18:t9. T '. H. P. 39 aqe
State of Souith ('arolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
M. 0. Tulman )Assuarsrr,
Fphraim Vessels. A-r-acaMNTer.
T 11? Plaintiff havittg fil his declaraitioen
in. the Clerk's Office on the uixteentht
daity of October last, an I it appearineg that mlhr
defendant is from.nand without th'e limits of the
State,antd having neither wvif'e nor attoritey with
in the said Distrint. on wvhom a rub-e to p'lead
catn be~ se'rved. It is therefore ordered: that thte
defetndantt do plead tothe said declaration wvithi
in a year and a day. from the filing ot' the dec
laration. or fenal and abso'nte jutdgmetnt will, be
entered against him, by dlefankti
J NL. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. tP.
Jan lt6. 1-40 wae $6 aqdI 51
4 EW FIRR.
I we nild beg leave to tin tomy friends and
the plhic getn-rt y. tat I have associated
mtself withi Mr. IH. J. Minnr, who fEom his
loim 'eperiee ini enttig wile warrant tme in
saying thtat satiefetcion will be giveu to all who
may favor us with a call.
D. C. DRYAN.
Tnz Business in futitre, will he carried on at
the old Stand horm~erly occupied by Goodiwint.
Hlarrington & Co. nnder the firtm of Bryan
& Ninor, who will keep econstant'y on hand.
the most fashiottable articles in their line of
bitsimness. All orders thankfully received, and
promptly attended to. B. C. BRYAN,
Edgefield C HI. Jan 15. 1840 tf 50
Plaister of Par'i,
f4 ROUNI t and Caleined. suitable for both
.Manuring andl Plastering~
Also, a genuine article of Old Port Wfine. I
Just resewved and for sale by
- - H. R. COOK,& Co.
Hamaburg,-Feb 26. 1840 tf 4 1
JUST. Received a handsome! assortment o'
Prn do Sois. Gros do Na p and Mattioni
Sillis. of the latest agd mtostfa~stionab!e colours
and patterns, which will be bod-veryccea by
Den. 13. 1R39 f4
AFIRST Rate Wagon and Team,and expe.
.rienee Driveriao hire by the dag~ weak,
amnath -~niv ebn . RAZER..
.WIN81M 11O USE,
EDGEFIELD C. HOUSE, S. C.
T HE Undersigned takes pleasure in an
miosucing to his friends and the travelling
:ommlluity. that he has taken the I-Hotel in
-dgefield Village. tormerly occupied by Mr.
Vi.Iian Brunson, and is prepared t-, accom
nsodate travellers and boairders. ither famnilies
ir siigle persois. \Vith his ex perieice & per
otl attention. he flatters himself that those
vho lhvor him with their patronage. % ill be
atisfied and feel at home; to produce these
ifec:s, no pains will be spared. 11 is House is
ituated in the miost pleasant part of the Vil
sge, and is well calculated. in everv resoect.
or the aecommodation or Families. or Private
Joarders. 'Ailhei asks.is for persons to cull
and judge for themselves. WM. V. DUNN.
N. B. fine Saddle Ilorses may be had at all
imues at the lanision I louse. W. V. D.
Jassuary J4. 1:240 f 50
AUGUsTA SEED STORE.
No. 219 Broad-street.
H AS Constantly on hand a supply of fresh
SHAKEit GAtI)rEN SEL-DS.
The usual allowance made to country dea
Bird Seed. Clmiver. Lucerne. Potato Onions.
Dsnion Sea. &c. A few Brnshes, Swits, Silt
era, &c., made by the Shakers.
J If. SERVICE.
Feb 15, 1Q40 tf 3
R ANA WAY from the subscriber. living at
the Quker Springs. Columbia C..stnnty.
3a on the evenirg of the 2nd instant, two No.
troes. one a boy, about '25 or 23 years of age.
111med JULY. jtid a woman ahit 40 years of
tee. named AMY. As I have reason to he
ive that the above negroes have been decoyed
to Edgrefield District, S. C., I cation all per
ions from harboring, employing. or purchas
ns said neuroes. as they are the proper'v o'
'harles H. Hill. Trustee for Sarah Tompkins.
Phe above reward will be paid for their delive.
y to me in Angsta. Ga.. or lodging them in
my safe jail, so that I can get theis.
f NCIS TOMPKINS.
March 4.184 C 5
The Edzefiel iser will insert the a
mve three tines i d account to this office
I T HE Subscriber will
I 'makeanid replair Car
- - riages & Waggons of eve
. ~ ry deseription in the best
wssible nanne-r and at the short,-st notice. Alt
rders thankfully received. and promiptly at
ended to. EDWARD BARKER.
lanhurg Dec 1. 1839 if 44
Dcra, or Twin Cotton Seed.
1 I E Subscribers have just received on con
U Signment from Charleston. a few of the
hove named seed. raised in Antaga Comity.
kla. Which can be had at their store in Hatsm
mrg. 11. It. COOK, & Co.
Jan 13.1 40 if 50
tISl te for Soth Cnlit lt.
WVilliam C. Black and Jane1
.sis wife, Vs. Bill to set aside
Bennett Rteynolds, pnrdwees. fur
Larkin Iteytiolds and account .&c.
T appearing to my satisfaltions, that Wash
ington Reynolds. one of the defendnts in.
his ease, resides levond the limiL of this State.
on motion. orderil that tie said Washingtvsr
teynolds do appear and plead. answer, or de
Mir to the coomplainiants' bill within thre,
nontha from the pubtllic.atiosn of this order. or
he said bill will be taken, as tim himt pro consfesso.
BE.NJ. Y. MARTIN, c. E. A. .
7th March. 1840. w a ' 88 81 ac 6
Stite (e4 M0of i ('itYoliila.
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
rthew Mnys, vs.
J ohnt Minym. Beni. > Bill for Partition.
Broadaw"ay and Nan
ev his wvife. J
IT appsearing to my satisfaction that Benija
tnins Brnsadlaway nsod Nasncy his wvife, de
andants i this cast. reside witlhosit thse limite
*f thIs State, ottnmotiont, ordered thaut thse said
eendanits doi appear. plead. ansswer. or demuitr
a the complaintnt's bill wvithsin thsree months
ro the date of this piublicastion. or thea said
kill will be taken pro confesso neninsst them.
th BEJ. Y. MARTINC.E.A.t).
7th Mrch, 1840. m e - $881 ac 6
State id'f o t0illI t'.roina.
ohsn Wilsnadsm'r.. vs Janiet
Wlson. WV m. Wilusn. H ngh Bi/lfor Relief
W i.tsJameas Ewinie, and and Injunc.
Jane his.wife. ansd others. t"-n
T I appediing to soy satisfaction, that James
LEwingand Jasne his wvife, reside withiosi
le lititits of thsie Stale. 0on mo5)hiitmnrdered, th-~st
he s:iiddes dants (ho appsear, plead. asnswer.
r demsur tss the comspl~sait's bill wiiishin three
soss fromt the~ dlise of this piublication, or the
taid b'll will he tasken pro confe~sso agaisnst'hem.
BtENJ Y. MARTIN.c. C.A. U.
6ths M'archs, 1840. 5s-r $8 81 ac 6
State of Souith (a rolinia.
lamel Wi:liams, et.'al.,'
vs. '. I ('nAIICEnT.
ohn C. Davette and Ann (-Bill for Partition.
Davette, histwife. -
T A ppearinir to msy.sntisfasctionthsat the de.
lenidants Johss C. Davette andi Ann Isis
vife. resides thevonad the limitis of this Slate.
)n motions of Griffin and Bnrt, Cosmplsaiats
oliciors, Ordered thsat thte said defsimdants do
led. answernor demuur to thisbill. within three
sonthas from the publication of tis order, or
lie sainse will be taken pro consfesso against
JA MES TERRY, C.;E. E. ID.
~ommissionaer's (fi 4 ac
Februsary '25. 1840.- -' $9 81 o & a
Rest Apple Vinegar,
byC. A. DOWD).
Peb 24. 1840 tf 4,
IY.ouselainue de' Lanes,
ASisperior Artiblt' for I.adies Dresses.
3Alsg, VictouiaSptawle, just received and
# saleby 'JNO. 0. B. FORQ,
lahobtrg. Sept27. 1829~ +f*3
The Thorough-Bred Hrse
W ILL Stand the ensuing Spring season,
commencing on the 10th of March, at
James Sweat ingens. 1 Ith at W. Wise, 12th at
S. Quarles, 13th at V. Glovers, '14th at Red
Hill, 15th at or ueariJ. Ropers. 16th and 17th
at C. J.Glovers Ulgetield Court House, visiting
each stand every ninth day until the 10th of
He will be let to mares at 8 dollars the single
visit. 12 dollars the season. and 15 to insuore.
The leap unoney to be paid in cash; Iii every
instance the itsurace monev will become due
a.S soon as the nare is known to be with foul,
or exchanged, fir moved unt oif the settleeient.
All possible care taken to prevent accidents, but
I will not be responsible Ibr Riiv.
* R. WARD.
IIER-CLtE is a beanti0i:l bay. full 15 hands
I inches hig:,. aid is - sure lo:l-getter; las runc
and weon miany r-ces iti this State, Virginia and
Maaryltnd. When he left the turf, lee was re
, arded one of the best three-mile horses iti the
Stnte. and two iles uneplwited. At three
years old. after wiimitig the greatstake at Bal
tineore. (See Turf iteiis:er.) his owner was
ofered a -d refuised ive thousand dllars ihr
.in. IliS colt- nr.- gene.ra ly very lrneni-isg.
partaking of the old Arehy stock. Its sir,, are
extremely docile and gentle, nearly all making
good family horses.
P ED IG R E E.
HER-CLINEiwas got by old Sir Archy, out of
Georgiaia. Archy waies by imported Dioiede,
dfam itported Castianira, by Rockinghan;
g dam Tabitha, by T.enthain; g. g. diam by
Bosplhorns; g. g. g. daa by Forrester. g. g. g.
daunn Co:alit-eain Coalt; g. or. g. g. g dln by
Bastard: g. g. g. ..g a d:in by Lord Leigh's
Charniing 31ollv by Secin.l; g. g.g. g. g. g. g.
damiby atinger's Brown meare bcy Slangan's
Arabian; a. g. g. g. g. g. g g. dam Gipsy, by
King William the Third's black No-Tongne
Bat b; g. g. g g. g. g. g. g. g. dan by M ake
less; g. g. g. g. -. a. g. g. g.g. dam Royal Mare.
Georiana was gotten by Col. Alston's Gal
litin. (Seon oflitn. horse Bedford.) 4am Calypso,
by unportd horse Knowsley; grand damn by
l.clipse, (son of the imported horse Obhctrity;)
g. g. lati by -kipwi.l's Figure; g. g. g. dam
hy Imported horse Bailor's Fearnought, out of
a latuorough-bred nmre.
W. R JOHNSON.
Ridre. March2. 1840 d 5
The Celrbrated Thorough Bred Horse
NULL I FIER,
VILL Stand the entsueing Spring season,
V at te liam.tationl of Capm. W tliam U.
Mlay.-.fotr miles below I'dgefietd C. House. oa
the Siage lhoad leadinag teo A gusta. The Sea
son will cotetitce on the 111th of Mharch, and
xpire ont the 10th of Jnie, and wi;l he let to
Mares at the feollowinag redtneed prices. viz:
Fifteen Doilars thesiangle visit,Twenty five Dol
lars the season, und Forty Dellars inasuratnce.
anti Fifty Cents ensh to the Greaoa. in every
instiace: It ets-s of comp'll aniies of five mares.
the seasoii wi I be reduced to Tweity Dhelais
for eauch mare. and am proportiote deduction
for the visit, or iisuarance. by one person he
coming respotnsilble for all. maures will le kept
at the sub.-criber's ptation, and special cure
taken ofthem.natTwetv-live cenits per day.
G1 odl stlirage Gratis The visit andl setaso
mecay will bieconto die at the expiration of*
the season. and the insirmnee maonev as sean
as the mare is ascertaiined to be with fonl, or
transfert ed in wlhieh case the owl er of the
mtre, whent pitt, will lie held aecont table for
the money. A I possible enre will lee iakei teo
pr.-veit aci-7'ents or esejnpes, but no liability
will be incurred for eit er.
Dcscription.-\ ULLtI. is an benuttifll Day
handsoimely marked, with a delighttil coat of
hair, which shews his superior stork. Ilis ap
pear is comneugtannteditng lee is of the greaitet
ower, suibstanctiality. and strength. lie well
be teat years old this Spritg-is ad sixteen
haands high havieng snperior size. large baie.
and is as well nicec eel its a y other hore, in
this, or any other cotuntry, aund has as mtuch dt
Pedigree.-NUt.r.FIEn was got b3 the cele
bruted runniig horse. Old Americani Fclipaae
sanl (if the celebrated American running herse',
Old leDrock. lioxni a, his dam, was by the int,
ported horse: Sir Harry. the best seen of Sir
I'e'er Teazle. grand dai'i by the imported liose.
Salcti-; g. grand damee by Ceal. Symt s' cede
hruted Anmeriennc hearse, tald Wi'd A ir: g. a.
grated dama by Driver; g g. g grandee damec by the
iempored hearse Fallw, g.g.g. g.gnmetd eltnm by
te imirorted hoarse, Vamiper. A cer'ilied coepy.
from i Virgiin.sitr.eedby Benjiai .Jeones Itoebert
3.Corbeeatad F'raencis P. Cearhimt. Fear bison it.
and his colts' perliarmanaces ouethe ctulrferen ce
en be hatd to the AmtericanaTurf Reg.& S portintg
Migzmie. Ha' is a stare foal getter. a.ed htia
rohls are large. atnd have a splendid iapear~amec,
nd are ncow runninatg wvith greaet success, baothi
oni tl.e Neat thcerna antd Sotherna Concrses
Perfurmaanc.-N oLr'imn, thte Sprintg lee wais
three years eold. rana a swveep-stackes over te Je
reisal -In Couirse. mtie heats, six suth4-rihaers.
U e I inndrhaed Daallars etnaance. whena hle wn'ay
beatena. a preadieionisly hard race', anid nt more
dhne six or eight itnches the second hceat. Theac
next week lhe ran,. antd wvon a Swveet-stakes,
cver the Norfolk Curse. meile heeats. TIwo
Hnn cdre d Doeallars entrantce, henating severalicelts
vith great ensei~, pafrtientlIarly the seconid heeat.
TI:e week atter thtis, lee ritun anther Sweep
stak.te over the Neattawiny Couarse. mcile~ htents.
whicha raueehe wvo three hcents. aaude'r the hca rd
e't edrive, e'very hiea't. IHe was tnt thnen tinied
till ex. Sprin-r. lHe was limr y'a'ars old whena
he mirant rea' Hill, a moatst beaterestia'g iande
laurd 'ontested race, whten hte wits bceateni byv
Galah. at limer haeats-Bavnzrdlia cnaiay o:ham.
were in thtis race. ande Nnilifier' wvas onily heat
oe feoot the -nst heat Thae n--xt wveek lie 'ee a
to B ehtmare and ran eaver thce Cecandc Course,.
lour mcile hcen's, feor the Jockey Cach paurse,
hena hce wvas baente'n by the fivina Utchanc
a verv hanrd race; many othcer' hoerses runinig.
bet o'nly t ese two conatecchmnt. ilThe next fnIl
ce ran aet Bronda lloc'k. tio mcile heas. whbiche
race la wvon at fontr hceats.hIentineg seven ethcers.
ntellr lhe hade lost the first acid se'cand hteet.. Ice
this raece hie got one oifleis sintews spritng; acid
has not baeenc traiinced since.
Thela above is all correct nedr trite.
W. R. JOHNSON.
Feb 4, 1840 d 1
OFFICE OF COMPTROL
CHARLEsTON, Jant. I10t, 1840.
T H E Le'gislture at their last Session having
encnetedh tha~t the Genmeral Taxes shnml be
paid int spaecie..hpnper tedeina or cte neates oh'
thee specr ptying Unnakse eoa this State TIheo
Taix Coallee'tors aned She'rits thronghout the
State will geeveen themuselves. accordiingly. Jet
rors and Conestables Certificactis are alseo receiv
able in pacymient of Txest as heretalare.
WM. ED. HJAYNE,
ETThe E'dgefieldh Advertiser, Pendele'ton
Meseger. Greeneville Monantninteer. Camcdenc
Joucral. Chernaw Gaarettei the Soth Carroaienitan
aid the Georgetown papmer will inser'it the abe'
once ia wieek until the first of May neext.
Jan.2, aj 51
.UST Received a hfresh Supply eif
New Oi-leuts tend Cucba Molasses,
Rio tand Ceaba Ceaffee,
St. Croix Sugars, Raisins. &c. &e.
For sale by C. A. DOWD.
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TWLSTr Vui ars, for one. year, according to
Orders. ror this work, postage paid, addresed
tol At.rE.a & MInL). a rusonc P. 0. Pres
tof cokitty, tirginia, wsil reCeive pronlit atten
(1-ytbsccriptionts recerivedi by W. F. Darisne.
AgentL b r L-dgrIield 1)istiicet.
(1:fr.ds-urs whto will pubtblshi the ubove (nnid
t.ass notte) a lew times. and annioutnce tsiemtselves
as agent~s :or tus work, wijlseceive lico copies
fir Elie year. which winl he sm to tiiemt as soon5
s tiaeir paplers are receiv'ed conltainling the
Mlarch 1:4. If 6
To Printers and Publishers.
73 HlE nudtiersigi ed, agents Cot Lothiaen & in
Igar's TypIe Foundsary, I\ew York. will
cotrct ti sni.p.y nie y Eqianitty or vairiety of1
Printig Tr ly el the Pnititers o1- Northl anid
.outhtl Carglana, ands Georg'ia, on ats adlvanita
geons terims as they canl 1e fitnnishedl trout the
mathtuc~rers. The Type mstade at this estah).
lismiiet isLa cast by hiasnd. thte metal equal, if
iot snperior to anly in the counstry.
WVe aire also agemss for iRl1ne & Caa's Ma.
cinue 'ald 1and Presses. aund all oilier artices
taistatcttured by diem for Priniters' anid Binsd
WVe ailso keep' on hand, and cslntrac~t for th
regulnr sutpp'y of Priantinsg Pa per, of any quahi
tv ear size.'
'Johna-onz & Duramss's Printing Ink, alwnys
ott hand. For sale by
BLIRGES & WALKER.
Stauioner's fllal, e5 East Bay, Ci arleston,
IJ:7Plriniters who intend dealing with ne, will
please ptiblish the nhiave (lnce a week. till it
amioenn's to five dollars. B. & W.
Jan 25, e 52J
.January 93, 1940.5
T HF, following are the rates of TOLL es
tablished by the City Council of Ananis
ta, for passing the Bridges acroe tihe Savan
nah Itiver, opposite Augusta.
All WVaconas or Carts, coming. frout:'
thecoutry,with Co'ton, Fire Wood,
Floor. Corn. Meal, Fodder. Bacon. Free.
Lard, Buater. and Poultry. and corn
ing into the City of Angusta. J
All WVagons loade~d with Ltmnber or 25t
Brick, each war',
All other Tolls the samne na hteretoreare.
By order, S. H O~LlVlt, C. of Coutncil.
Angusta, Jan. 29, 18:19. I C
State (hr Sont h Cariolina.
IN T'IlE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Retbn Carpetter et al. applhicants,
Nny Mose lv et al. defenhn's
IT' appeaurung to my satisfachionl. thsat Nnncy
3Mosely arnd Annla Dannzer, twoa of the dei
fedants it this casne, resides without the limsiits
of his State: It as thaereforei ordered. that they
do appear and object to the divisiont or sale o~f
thee Reenl Estsate of Fsanny Bustler, decceased. oni
or before the first day ufJuane te.i, or their cosn
swet will be entered oaf record, this 2ntd day of
OLIVER TOWL ES, o. r.. D.
Ma 6, lin $6 50 sib 5
State of South Carolina.
rohn W. H eard and - For)coure of Mor
Isaac I. Hcard, vs.
B. HI. Winding. . gage.
OTICE is Tiereby given, that by virtue of
llan Order. from the Couri of Chancery,. I.
lall offer for sale to the highe-t bidder. in the
own of Hamburg, on ruesday after the first
Vlos4py, being the sevi nth day of April next,
Ill that lot or parcel of groiund in the town of
Efamburg, cont.aiining one-ftoirth of an acre,
msore or less, Ild,,emning21 the lh-ts of Gideon Par
lte, ani Gideon Ill. Hull, it being the lot onl
wliclh i., situatud the hoese lately ocenpied as a
Drimt Store, Iy the said B. H. Winding. The
erims of sale will be, for one.third of the pu1r
hase money, nslh; ansd for the remaining
wo-thirds, a credit of three aid six nonths, in
tyial psrtioas. Purchaser to give bond and
personal s'curiltv,:d a mortgage of she premi.
ses. ifregnired.' J. T I't It Y, C. -. E. D.
Conim'er's Ofire.- Mirel 4. 1940 $4 il e 5
State of '"ollt I '(l io lla.
William HoLtn and Bill for Account, kc.
others, Children of
Mlosea Ha!stun, sen. J
It appearing to uy rasssfaction, that William
HoLstn, Stephen Holstun. Elkanah Sawyer,
and C.elis his wife, Flirutn Holstnu. David B.
Williamssa. aid Mary his wii!e, some of the de
feodasts in this case. reside without the limits
or this State. On mootion by Wardlaw. and
Warllamw, ordered that the deteudants above
namied appear ul plead answer. or demiur. to
ti-- bill in thi< cn.e within three montis linim
the date of the pIblication of this notice. or the
said bill be taken pro conoifesso. against them.
J. TERRY, c. E. E. D.
Feb.27. 1P40. $R 81 ac 5
Citizens of Charleston,
AND TIlE NEIGIIBO1.IAG STJTLS.
Y OU tre respectilly ilfoasmed that 70
ML EETING s ritEr 70-is my Office ibr
the excnstsive stale Jt BtANDRi-A I'S VEGE
rA BLe, UNIVERSAI. PiLLS. Price wen
tv fiue cents per box with diectionsin English,
French. Sp.imsh Psring nese and German.
The igh and universal repussttion of the
BDatdels Pills, r, snders it unnecessary tocou
ime t lsrge-ly onl their paa tienlar virtues. Asan
anti-biliouss ms.d purgssaiste medicime, they are
unseliialled by aiy. Their purifv:ng ef'ert oi
tHe blood is nuti ersallv allow% ed-ill that have
ever nsed have appr'uv.cd and r-coutnssnded
InI many cases where the dreadful ravnged of
ileuratini haid laid bare liganmest ad ione, and
wheie to saill uppeanie. 1e, o uman menns
could suve life, Isate la-ients hby sle'use sfitse
Pilbs, been ri stored to good health: the devour
tmg di.-ease I:avtmsg it encompletely eradicated.
Iii consseience ofihe pleausantne.s of their
operaiis, they are universally used in every
section esr'this wide extended conn:ry where
they are made kinown.and are fist ssrper.-editig
every othir Preparniiin of professed simui.ar
imsport. Upwanis or'Founrteen 'liostsand Ces
have been cer.ifiesd as cured, solely trom their
itt4e since tile introluction of that itto the U.
San es. thns establishing the luc' beyond all
doiht. that te Bruidreth Pils cure the (appa
rvntl) otist opposite diseases, by the one
sii)le act or coitinsially evaciunting" the how
eL with them, unmil the disenise gives way;
thereftore, whatever tay be said Of tht -rH EonlY,
the UTILITY of the PRiAcTCE is now BEYosD all
As ii andret'''s Pills cure Scnrvv. Costive.
ness, and its consequences, se.asliring mlen,
and nial travellers to lo cign rs'gii nl, should hut
be without, in order ti risoit to then sin every
occasion of illiess. No medicine chest is re
qiirel wheie they tire.
N. B.-Time or climate affects them not,
provided they are kept dry. Son:hern gentle
mtest will find this mediciie one that williusure
health to Ite people on their estates.
ie cureih'i anud never snrchase Pills of a
Druggist. PnoFrstiSG to be Brandreth's Pills.
Uinder No ciRCUxSTACES ts any one of this
class msnde asn A-ent. My own establisled
Agents have isVAIABLT MI nENGRAVED Certifi
cate signed B. Brnaidreth. M1. 1), in my own
hand writing. This is resnewed yearly-and
wvhen over twt elvee monthis old, it no lonher
guarantsees the genussinensess sof the medic'ine,
ii would lie waell, thieref'ore, for pusrchasers tee
careh'idly examinte thae Uertdficate. rThe s al is
nost wax. lint emtbussed on the pape'r wvith a steel
seail. If's he geismisne mstedscine is obtatinesd.thtere
as. nto doubt oh its giving perfrest satisfeactiona,
anud ii alt uwho wvant it are e areil to go by thie
asbouediiectisrms, there is little doubt bait they
wi I obtaina it.
RU-emtber 70 3Meeting street, is the only
pli'e in Cs ade'ston where thte ge'nuiine mel-i
cise c'an lie iobtain,. aid at J. Saile's, lssabura
sandl C. A. D)OWVD. Edgefield C. HI. the onsly
authirised Agents for leflel
AGENTS tOR SOUJ'I CA ROLINA.
Stephe'n -ensao, Aiken: Datvirl Turaner.
Desnufort; John McLsnren.Abtbeville; Willia'nt
Cunnisitnghamt Cohitmina; Eliah A~exnrier,
Pis'kens; John IHastie. Pentdietsn; Samuel
W'tinnott Georgetuown, MeLuc~tre, lrsawle'y & Cso,
C' e'ster; Charles Wilceix. Ciiosawhtatelhie: Ma
ker & Ityunn, Barnawell K. 11.; D). & II. 13.
Ri'e. Grsaht~am' P. (). Bairsoweh Distri--t.;
Gaisnes& hlollinig, Greeneville Dierict; Rlenhlen
G.ross. La-xins:ttn: IIsstie & Nicheil.G(reenivil'e
C. hi.: Johnt G. Toitisne, Yoinnsesvih e, Fair.
Hield IDist.; $ylve.'ter Beac~h,' Orangebhurg;
11u1'& Joh~nso,, Newvherry; Rice & Csater.
Aieersons : James E. Gese,' Leesvi'le. Le'xint'
t an lhist'ic:; Harksdna!t & Saxona, Gainrensaville,
Vesno & Mitchell Sp:irtas burr, P. J.F-ster,
Fo~ter's. Union: Distric,; Johnu McLsire.Untion
ville, George S-eeh. Yorkvi'le; A. hi. Cham-.
hers, Wiisboro' :C hazrles M'il'er, Edhisto Blanid.
Johns Resseer. Camnden; :samniel A ihnuot.
Georgetiown; Mahsker & Ryans. Barnwvell; E.
Gar ignte, lilhackvil'e. B erntwe'll; E D) Felder.
Meidlway. Barnwesll; Gairl -v & IDrmuimonds.
Lowver T'hree Rstns. hBarnw'ell: P tilits Char.
trnntd, Bratnchville. ()rangebuitrg; A. Steves'son,
Picknieyville'. Uniona, and 1B. Jaudona, Robert
Feb 11,W140 -tf 2
Copper, arnv Tin- Ware
FP'HF. suabscriber, thanikfutl fear former patron.
I tronnsie. respecttinny intformas his frientds
and the public. that he has returned to the city,
andh r'eedss his mse'chnamical operastionts as uan-s
al, ant thte o'dl stand No. l(18. opposite the Esngle
atnd Phieonix iHotel. wvhetre tays ho 'onante a gets.
erndasssortmuent sf ready made TiN-WA RE.
COPPER, STAVES anid SHEET IRON
P[PES, sif vsariosts sirzes and patterns. anaally
kept in his msarket, together wvi'ha a large as
soruatenit of Japaan, Wooiden anad Willowv ware
--whie'h will lie sold1 low for cash. All orders
attendled to at the shortest notiCe and with des
Feeling desirons of a genaeral settlement, all
so whoms I many he intd-hted wvill psleaise hand ins
thteir accouts by the 20th Janutsary,antd sall those
isndesbted to sme 'will please settle hby the ahovae~
dlate. BENJAMIN F. CH EW.
Aitgutsta Ga. Nov. 16 1839 43 tf
.~ .UN Powvder, Inmperina and Black Teas,
,Just Received and for Sade Iiy
Feb 4.C.4OA t DO D
ORox:Nxw Yona AxD HAnrpORD, Coxin.
U ftESubscribers are now'receiving from
- New York and Hartford, Conn., and will
tojtinue to receive therefrom, and kemp or,
and at all times, a comoplete assortUptt.ef
ArEW DRP GOODS, Ac.
which will beidisposed of on reasonable tenwI
Broadcloths of various qiualities,
Cassnneres. Sattinete. do' do
Keniucky and Cotton Jeans, do
Glenrock Jeans, and Linseys, do
Merinos, and Circassians, do
French, Enoli'sh and American Furni
Bombazines, various qualities.
Flunniels, do do and colors,
Black, colored and pldid Silks,
Sewing-Silks. all colors and qualities,
Patent Flax Thread, do do
Spool Cotton Thread, do do -
Swiss.book, striped and plaid Muslins,
Apron Checks, various qualities,
Sh,wis. a good assortment,
.Hosiery, Gloves, Combs, do do
Handkerchiels a good assortment,
Stocks, Linen Bosoms and Collars,
Brown dressed Shirts and'Draweris,
White, black, and colored Cambric.,
Linen, Diapers, and brown Table Cothd
Fringe and Dimity Furniture,
Plaid and striped dmestis,
Hartford, Amiosking,& Trenton Tcdnsi
Bleached and brown Shirtings,
Do " Sheetings,
Ribands, of every description,
Brass and Whalebone Buasks,
Corsets, corded Skirts,
Silk and Cotton Velvets,
Satin Vestings, &c.
Banrd-boxes, Bonnets, Hoods,
Hats and Caps, 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 ean
and will give them great argains. We also
return themn our siurere thanks, for th& liberal
patronage bestowed on us, up to the presui
time-hoping ir a further continpance of thw
same. MIITCIHELL & RANSOM.
Hamburg. Sept 26,1839 tf 36
FALL AND WINTER
T HE Subscriber is now receiving from N.
York, a general assortment, of Seasonn.
ble Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, viz:
Black, blue, brown and fancy colored
CasAineres and Satinets, Kentucky Jeans,
Mixt. gray aid plaid Servants' Cloths,
3-4 and 6-4 Circassinns and Merinoo,assorted
Plain and figured Bonbazinu,
White. green, red, and yellow Flannels,
7.8 and 4-4 Apron and FurnitureChecks,
French, English, and American Prints,
Plaid German Ginghams, (a new style,}
Black Gro de Rhin, Gro de Swiss, anad
Diapers,Irish Liners, Lawns.
Merino, Thibet. Plaid Silk, Piciiie, Chall,
Rohroy. and Prusian Shawls-& Hdk..
Spitaltield. Pongee and Flag Silk Pock. do.
Dim. Cambric do.
Verona, Fnncy and Madras Hdkfs.
Bonnets. Hoods, Gloves,1Hosiesy,
Oil Cloths. Carpeting.
Baskets. Band-Boxes, Knives, Scimnors, &c.
Also, a quantity of 3.4, 4-4, 5.4 brown Shirt
ings, Sheetings, and Drillings, for sal
by the baIle or p iece, very low,
Cotton Osnamburge,Duffil andWhitney BIrn.
kets. &c. &-. -
The Public are invited to call and enma
JOHN 0. B. FORD.
Hamburg, Sept. 14, 1839 tf 33
To Merchants, Physicians, Plan
ters, and the Pblic in general.
T His Subscribers are now receiving, ir.
addition to their formier Stock, largemap
pueis of DRUGS. &'jc. Irc, making their as
sortmrenat the most comiplete ever bre-offered
f'or sale in thiis market. To which they would
.all the attention of tire Physicians. Mlerchrants,.
Plarmers, and all those who wish to purchase
arny tihing in their line. Among the many an.
eles of whiich their Stock is composed, are the
OILS.-Sperm or LapOil, of different
gnalities, Linseed or Paint do., Train or Tan
er's do., Neat's root do., Castor do., Sweet do.
P AINTS. V ARNISH ES, &c.-Whuite Lead,
of diti'erent brands-and qualities, ground in oil,
and in kegs if 2001b. l0tIlb, 501b, andx5fibeacb.
Dry W~nite Lead, Chrome Green, Chrome Yel.
low, Chrome lied. (at beautiful article and a.
substitute rot Vermillion. at a mucarh less price,)
Ye.low Oechre, Stone Ochre, Red L.eudj Litk
arge, Lampbhick, Verdligris, dry and ground in
ol,also Blue, Green, Yehiew, lahck,and Paitt.
of all colors, reidy mixed for use, Spirits Tar.
pentinie. Cogrnl V'arnish, 1st arnd qyialitiuu,.
Japranr Varmish, Black or Leather do
Biu U.SHES--Painit Brush'es, of all sius,
Cloth do. (something -new anid superior,) Hair
ro. do., Toot. Furmnire, Flesh, Nlail, White
Waaha, B~rackinig, Horse, (somethingfne,) Tao
ners, Coun'er or Dusting, Crumb, Hearth,
Shi~wing, (a very fine article,) Comb, Sweep
ing. Sc. ribbing. anid Painters Dasting Brushes,
together with a variety of other Brushes used
by Parinters' arnd others, not herein mnentioned.
'DYE S TUFFS-Among which are Spianish
Float li:.o. Carolina do.. Madder, Copperas.
Lrewood, Brazil-wood, Nicwood, Caniwood;
MEDICINES-Among the many of which.
are thre following, viz: Sulphate Quinine, Sul.
phlate Morphine, Acetate Morphitie, Pipene,
Strychnine, Iodine, Elaterium, HyduiodatePot,
ash, Krensote, &c. &c.
PATENT MEDJCINES--Anong which
are the following, viz: Houck's -Pnaceaj In
dian do., Swaimn's do., Smuith'sAnti Mercurial..
Syrup, or Swaima's conqueror, the Hygean
Sruip, Spohn's ciare for sick Head--Ache,
Green's Tonic Misture,.(a cure for Peserand,
ine.) Also Peter's Pills, Beckwith's do.,
Spann'sndo., Cook's dio., Lee's do. Evan's do.,
&c. together with a genernl assortment of the
miost piopuilar nostrnms of the day.
A fu!l nusortmnernt of Perfumery and Soaps,
of thre finest qualities.*
An assortment of Glass W~are.for Physioians'
ard Confectioner's use: such as Specie Jars,
ard Trinentre Bottles of different siaesr.Gradu.
ated Meastures and Funnels.
Window Glass of various sis,- frmn-yi8S
to20 by 30,.all of which the will sell otifavon
ble terms. H. i. COOK & Co.
Hamrburg, Oct 3,1839 t3
TO RENT OR SELl
T HE DWVELLING -HOUSE AND LOT'
in tire Vill~nge of Edgefield,-next door tes
Mrs. Gray's, formerly ocenupied by.Mrite3Mog.
tha Minis. Posseesion- ~r . itnmediatlg
Enquire of3. FRAZlRll,
Ja.., I~o . ~ cm