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List of Letteirs,
REMINING' in tl6 post Office, at
Edgefield Court House, S. C., on
the 31st of March, 1840.
Bland, Catlin & Co. Bones, Mrs. Maria,
Borkhalter, John Bryant, Bradley
Boyd, John Berry, Rich. John, or Wm.
Barronton, Elisha Brooks, Zach. S.
Berry, Richard, or Nancy Steadham,
Bonam, M. Bailey, Richard
Butler, Mrs. Browning, Wiley
Bauskett & Wigfall,
Carroll, James P. Coursey, James R.
Cockran, Berry Collins, Miss Sarah
Claig, Holloway Cox, Jesse
Commis.ofthe Poor, Coleman, Jesse J.
Collier, Hilleary M. Colley, Miss Mary
Chapman, John Cexlir, Mr. Vancy
Couch, Jeptha D, E & 0.
Deloach, Capt. Thos Dodd, Wm. E. 2
Dunton, MissM. L. Doby, Win. C.
Derrick, Rev. D. 2 Dorsey, James B.
Ellwell, Albert N. Earle, Hon. B. J.
Glover, Wiley Gray, Al. Esq.
Grice, Wilson Gillen, John
H. J & K
Harrington, H. L. Holstein, Kindred
Hardin, Sarah Holloway, G. W.
Harrison, James H. Holloway, Miss R.
liolden, Mrs. Anna Hobbs, B. E. Esq.
Higley, Pomeroy Harris, Mr. John L.
Jcter, John S. Johnson, Wm. S.
Johnson, C. K.
Keesley, Sherwood Kirkland, Moses
Key, J. C. G. 2 Key, Richard,
Key, John King. Mary Ann, 2
L, M & N
Louis, Mrs. Matilda Laudrum, Reuben 2
Loveless, Mrs Susan Lee, A.
McDonald, B. F. 2 MeDuffic, Gen. Geo.
McCall, Rev J W 2 1litchell, Caleb 2
Morague, Isaac M. Mitchum, James 2
Matheney, Nathaniel Moss, Wtu. H. Esq.
Martin, Mrs. Jane Mitchell, Joseph
Nicholson, Miss Eliz. Nance, Draton
Neal. Thomas Napper, Nathan
0, P & R
Ogilby, John G. Oliver, Mrs.
Parham, Miss C. C. Pinckney, Rev C. C.
Prothro, Wm. Prothro, E. D.
Proctor, Wm. Perrin, Josiah P.
Pickens, Mrs. F. W.
Rotton, David L. Rayborn, Wm.
Ryan, S. B. Robertson. Wm.
Spencer, Miss C. Smith, Wm.
Strother. Mrs. Stone, Edwartl W.
Seibles, Mrs. M. J.2 Sharpton, Alex.
Scurry, Thus. Searles, Pleasant
Styron, Thos. A. Stark, Miss Eliz'th
Scarborough, Wm. H.
Tax Collector, Thompson, J. M. 2
Timmerman, Mr. Tompkins, Maryan
Toland, Hugh &
Wardlaw, F. H. 3 Wigtall, L. T. 2
Wigfall, Arthur 2 Ward, Richard 2
Walker, James H. Wright, Jacob
Weaver, Sarah Watts, Robert
Youngblood, Caroline M.
Persons wishing letters from the above
list will please ask for advertised letters.
U. A. WALLAUE, p. t.
March 31, 1840. Letters 133. c 10
List of Letters,
R EMAINING in the Post Office at
L Hamburg, S. C., on the 31st day of
A, B & C
Anderson, Allen 2 Adams, Nancy
Anderson, John M. Adams, John
Brady, James Brown, William
Bailey, James Bettis, Mrs. Lucy
Brainard, Cornelius Barker, R.
Boyce, E. Bland, Catlin & Co.
Collison, E. E. 2 Carlove, P.
Cochran, Robert 2 Cheek, Alex.
Carpenter, P. WV. Collier, Edit. sen.
Chapman, J. Clark, James
Cooper, Mrs. Grace Cox, Madison
D, E & F.
Davis, Mr. Edney, Winson
Foster, William Fuller, S. Rt.
Fant, 0. H. P. 2
G, H & J
Gearty, M. Gauf, James
Gary, P. R. 2
H undley, Thos. 3 Horton, W. F. 3
Halliwell, Robert O. H ughes. Isaac
Hatcher, Mary 2 Harris, Wma. S.
Hancock, Nancy Holcomnbe, A. D.
Jerome, N. & C. 2
K, L & M
Keitner, Washington King, J. D.
Kennedy. J- J- Lamar, Mrs. M. L.
L anham, Josiah Lane, Urial
Lewis, John D. Lazarus, Louis
Lee, James WV. Lamar, Geo.
Lloyd, Williamn Mobley; Whit.
Moore, J. Morris, Sidney
Moffit, Phoneas Miners, John F.
Moore, John Martin, WV. T.
Mosely, James & Co Mcflrydes, John
McCormick, Benj. McCloskey, Dennis,
0, P & R
Oliver, Miss M. C. Ogilvie, P. S. S
Peadue, Mrs. Sarah Peck, Epephroditus
Patten, Maria V. Powell, Wmn.,H.
Prothro, Miss K. Pressley, Geo. WI. -
Perdue, George Rouns, Cyros
S, T, WV & Y
Sullivan. Miss C. Scott, Samuel C.
Samuel, Museo Sturzennegger, John
Sturkie, V. D. V. Sellers, Orman
Sheahan, Michael Sainsimnon. S. 3
Tribbles, Mary Tolen, Mrs. ElizaE.
Taylor, Jonathan Tucker, John
Williams, Jos. W. Wardlaw, F. H.
Williams, Travis 'Wattson, Samn'l W.
Walker, Nat. Young, James M.
Persons enquiring for any of these let
ters, will say that they are advertised.
J. W. YA RBOROUGH, P. M.
Hamburg, March 31, 1840.
Letters, 103. e 10
Tau-Yard & Shoe Shop opened,
ON the F.dgefield Road near Mt. Vintage,
~.Pwhere good Cow Hides will be bought,
or tanned on shares-one half for the other;
and fine Shoes, Books, and Negro Shoes will be
made on as good term::, and of materials infe
rior to none an the-State.
Waggon Harness mads, and Cu-riage Har
ness repaired. Any articles made will be ex
change for good Cow Hides. From- applica
tion to business, and the best of Leather, the
subscriber hopes the public in general will na
tronize his new eff'ort to accommodate his
District. and will call and see lhis wvek 'aid
judge for themselves.
Near .Mi. Vintage, 8-,C.
NEW DRT GOODS,~
Faon Nzw Yonxd '. 'JIAtrnORD, Coin.
T HE Subscribers areinoW receiving from
New York and:artford, Conn., and will
continue to recei O. hefrom- and. keep on
hand at all timer,-acoWylete assortment of
Faney and Staple,
.VEW D&V GOODS, ft.
which will bo diipoid of on reasonable terms,
Broadcloths of variouis qualities,
Casineres, Sattinets, do do
Kentueky and Cotton Jeansdo
Glenrdck Jeans, and Linseyt, do
Merinos, and Circassians, do
French, E tglish 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 Muslins,
A pron Checks, various qualities,
Shawls, a good assortment,
Hosiery, Gloves, Combs, do do
Handkerchiefs a good assortment,
Rtocks, 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 Domestics,
Hartford Amosking,& Trenton Tickings,
Bleached and brown Shirtings,
Do " Sheetings,
Ribands, of every description,
Brass and Whalebone Busks,
Corsets, corded Skirts,
Bilk and Cotton Velvets,
Satin Vestings, &c.
Band-boxes, Bonnets, Hoods,
Hats and Cape, Shoes and Boots,
- ALSO -
And a great many articles too tedious to
We respectfully invite our customers, and
the public generally, to give us a call. We can
and tvill give them great bargains. We also
return them our sincere thanks, for the liberal
patronage bestowed on us, up to the present
time-hoping for a further continuance of the
same. MITCHELL & RANSOM.
Hamburg. Sept 26,1839 tf 35
State of South Carolina.
Avory Bland, vs ? Forecloseure of
Wiley Milton, i Mortgage.
B. Frazier, and Foreclosure of
John S. Jeter, vs Mortgage,
BY an order from the Court of Common
Pleas, I shall proceed to sell at Edgefield
Court House, on the first Monday in May next,
that well known tract of Land containing five
thousand acres, more or less. lying on big Horse
Creek, on which is a valuable set of Saw Mills,
adjoining John Wise, Charles Lamar and oth
ers. Terms of Sale, one third Cash, the bal
ance on a Credit of six months. The title to
be signed, but not delivered, until all the pur
chase Money be paid. And if the Cash portion
of the purchasm Money be not paid when the
preni be sold, or the balance not paid when
die, the premises will be sold immediately for
Cash, at the former purchaser's risk.,
S. CHRISTIE s. X. D.
April 8, 1840 d 10
State of South Carolina.
-- oona sex~D DWnosuor.
Treumund Breithaupt, Z Foredosure of
vs. Morris Johnson. S Mortgage.
IN obedience to the order of the Court of
Common Pleas, in this case, I will sell at
Edgelield Court House, on the first Monday in
May next, the tiact of land on which the de
fendaut now resides, containing seven hundred
and eighteen acres, more or less, adjoining
lands of Jarrett Wise, J. Dunkley, William S.
Howard. and others. Terms ofsale, six months
credit, except for so much as will pay the costs,
which must be paid in cash. The title to be
signed, but not delivered until the money be
paid, according to the terms of sale; and if the
prchase moniey be not paid when due, the
premises wvill be re-sold at the risk of the for
nmcr purchaser, for cash.
S. CHRISTIE, s. E. D.
April 8, 1P40. d t0
Oliver Towles, Ordinary,'~ Fi. Fa.
vs'. John B. Covington.
The same, vs.F.F.
John H . Fair. J i a
B viteof levies made in the above stated
caeB n with the consent of the Defend
ants, will be sold in the town of Hamburg, on
WVednesday, the 6th of May next, within the
legal hours of sale, thbat well knowvn and valua
ble towa property, called and known by the
name of the Covington & Fair Warehouse, in
eluding the Wharf l.ots adjoining it. The
sale will be made on the premises, on a credit
of one and two years in several instalments,
with interest frotm day of sale. Possession to
be given immediately. Bond, good personal
security, and a mortgage will be taken to se
cure the purchas money. Costs and Sheriffs
commissionsto bc paid cash.
S. CHRISTIE. s. z. D.
April 7, 1840. d 10
State of' South Carolina.
.EDGE FIE LD DISTR ICT.
Win. Daniel, vs A ttachment
U NDER an order of the Court, in this case,
I will sell at the house of Mary Watson on
the 23d of April instant. Six bend of cattle and
some household furniture. Terms Cash.
,S. CH RISTIE, s. a. D4
April 7,18.b 10
To Printers and Publishers.
i H E undersigned, agents for Lothian & Hu
.gar's Type Foundry, New York, will
contract to supply any quantity or variety 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 east by hand, the metal equal, if
not superior to any in the country.
We are also agents for R. Hoe & Co's Ma
chine and Hand Presses, and all other articles
manufactured by them for Printers' and Bind
We also keep on hand, and contract for the
regular supply of Printing Paper, of any qual
ty or size.
Johnson & Durants's Printing Ink, always
on hand. For sale by
BURGES & WALKER.
Stationer's Hall, 85 East Bay, Charleston,
OT Printers who intend dealing with us, will
please publish the above once a week, till it
amoun'.s to five dollars. B. & W.
Jan 25, . e 52
ALL personsindebtedtothe Estate of Robt.
.t~Watts, doesased,.are requested to make
immediate payment;.andalipersous having de
mands egainst the:Estatoea-e requested to pre
sent them duly attested,:within the time pre
scribed by law.
ROBT. MCCULLOUGH, Ex'r.
July 12, 189 tf 24
Vegetable Life Medicines.
T HESE Medicines are indebted for
their name to their manifest and sen
ible action in purifying the springs and
channels of life, and enduing thern with
renewed tone and vigor. In many hun
dred certified cases which have been made
public, and in almost every species of dis
ease to which the human frame is liable,
the hapy effects of MOFFATS LIFE
PILL AND PH(ENIX BITTERS
have been gratefully and publicly ac
knowledged by the persons benefitted, aud
who were previously unacquainted with
the beautifully philosophical 'principles
upon which they are compounded, and
upon which they consequently act.
The LIFE MEDICINES recommend
themselves in diseases of every frotn & de
scription. Their first operation is to loosen
from the coats of the stomach and'hewels,
the various impurities and crudities con
stantly settling around them, and to re
move the hardened finces which cbllcct in
the convolutions of the small integines.
Other medicines only partially I cleanse
these and leave such collected masses
behind as to produce habitual cosfiveness,
with all its train of evils, or sudden diarr.
hen, with its imminent dangeri. - This
fact is well known to all regulark anato
mists, who examine the human bowels
after death; and hence the prejudice of
these well informed men against quack
medicines-or medicines prepared and
heralded to the public by ignorant persons.
The second effect of the Life Medicines is
to cleanse the kidneys and the bladder,
and by this means, the liver and tipe lungs,
the healthful action of which entfely de
pends upon the regularity of the urinary
rgans. The blood, which takes its red
color from the agency of the liver and the
lungs before it passes into the hear), being
thus parified by them, and nourished by
food coming from a clean stomac'M cour
es freely through the veines, renews every
part of the system. and triumphantly
mounts the banner of health in the bloom
Mofat's Vegetable Life Medicines have
been thoroughly tested, and prondunced a
sovereign remedy for Dyspepsia, Flatu
lency, Palpitation of the Heart,, Loss of
Appetite, Heartburn and Headach, Rest
lessness, Ilil-temper, Anxiety, Languor and
Melancholy, Costiveness, Diarrhea, Chol
ra, Fevers of all kinds, Rheumatism
Gout, Dropsiesof all kinds, GravelWorms,
Asthma and Consumption, Scurvy, Ulcers,
[nveterate Sores, Scobutic Eruptions and
Bad Complexions, Eruptive complaints.
Sallow, Cloudy, and other disagreeable
Complexions. Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
Common Colds and Influenza, and various
Dther complaints which afflict the human
rame. In FEvr and AouE, particular
Cy, the Life Medicines have been most
eminently successful - so much so, that in
he Fever and Ague districts, Physicians
ilmost universally prescribe them.
All that Mr. Moffat requires of his pati
tnts is to be particular in taking the Life
Wedicines strictly according to the direc
i0os. J is not by a newspaper notice, or
y anything that lie himself may say in
.---- hme be hoes to gain credit.
It is alone t)e * resui oi a sn i,,.
MOFFA'S MEDICAL MANUAL;
esigned as a domestic guide to health,
his little pamphlet, edited by W. B.
loffat, 375 Broadway, New York, has
een published for the purpose of explain
ng more fully Mr. Moffat's theory of dis
:ases. and will be found highly interesting
o persons seeking health. 1t treats upon
prevelent diseasos, and the causes thereof.
Price, 25 cents-for sale by Mr. Moffat's
These Valuable Medicines are for sale
iy C. A. DOWD.
Edgeield C. H. March28, 1840 if 9
r Mercheants, Phaysicians, Plan
5r., and the Public i general.
T HE Subscribers are now receiving, in
addition to their former Stock, large sap.
plies of DRUGS.,ic &c, making their as
ortment the most complete ever before offered
ror sale in this market. To which they wvould
:all the attention of the Physicians, Merchants,
Planters, and all those who wish to purchas~e
may thing in their line. Among the many arti
:les of which their Stock is composed, aro the
LS.-Sperm or Lamp Oil, of different
:iualities, Linseed or Paint do., Train or Tan
ier's do. Neat's foot do., Castor do., Sweet do.
PANTS, VARN1SHES, *c.-W~hite Lead,
Df dierent brands and qualities, ground in oil,
and in kegs of 2001b,1001lb,50lb, and25lb each.
Dry White Lead, Chrome Green, Chrome Yel
ow, Chrome Red, (a beautiful article and a
substitute fot Vermillion, at a much less price,)
Yellow Ochre, Stone Ochre, Red Lead, Lith
sirge, Lampblack, Verdigris, dry and ground in
Dil, also Blue, Green, Yetlow, Black,snd Paints
of all colors, ready mixed for use, Spirits Tur
pentine, Copal Varnish, 1st annd qualities,
Japan Varnsh, Black or Leather do.
BR USHES-Paint Brushes, of all sizes,
Cloth do. (something new and superior,) Hair
to. do., Tooth, Furniture, Flesh, Nail, White
Wash, Blacking, Horse, (something feie,) Tan
ners, Couner or Dusting, Crumb; Hearth,
Shaving, (a very fine article,) Comb, Sweep
ing. Scrubbing, and Painters Dnsting Brushes,
together with a variety of other Brushes used
by Painters and others,-notherein mentioned.
DE STUFFS-Among which are Spanish
Float Indigo, Carolina do.,Madder, Copperas,
Logwood Brazil-wood, Niewood, Camwood,
Annatto, &ce. &c.
MEDICINES.-Among the many of which
are the following, viz: Sulhate Quinine, Sal
phate Morphine, Acetate Morphine, Piperine,
Strychnine, Isdin, Elaterium, Hydriedate Pot
ish, Kresote, &c.&dc.
PA TENT MEDICINES-Amesg which
are the following, viz: Honek's Pasacea, In
dian do., Swm's do., Smith's Anti Hercurial
Syrup, or Swaiin's conqueror, the Hygean
Syrup, Spobn's cure for sick Head Ache,
Green's Tonic Mixture, (a curs for Yever and
Ague.) Also Peter's Pills, Beekwith's do.,
Spann's do., Cook's do., Lee's do. Evant's do.,
&cc-together with a general assortment of the
most popular nostrums of the day..
A full assortment of Perfumery and Soaps,
of the fnest qualities.
An assortment of Glans Ware.for Physicians'
md Confectioner's .nse.; -uch as Bpecie Jars,
and Tiniture Bottles of dif'erent sizes, Grua
sted Measures and Funnels.
W indow Glass of varius sizes, from 6 by 8,
to2 by 30, all of which theywilaellonafavora
sle terms.IH. R. COOK & Co.
Hamburg, Oct 3,1839 tf 36
RMnitU Bole Cottoni Seed.
T HE above Seed can be had at the Store
of G.L. &E. PENN &Co. onsgood
eem. Warranted genuine.
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lished every day at the same office and is
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son for the great northern, eastern and
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an exchange on sending a number of their
papers to this office. containing the adver
tisement. GRISWOLD & Co.
(Q7Suhsriptions received at this Office.
March 1840. 152 Nassau st. N. York.
State of South Carolina.
William C. Black and Jane
his wife, vs. B Wi to set aside
Bennett Reynolds, purchases. for
Larkin Reynolds and account Src.
IT appearing to my sataraction, that Was
A ington Reynolds, one of the defendants is.
this case, resides beyond the limits of this State,
on motion, ordered that the said Washington
Reynolds do appear and plead, answer, or de
mur to the complainants' bill within three
months from the publication of this order, or
the said bill will be taken, as to hit pro confesso.
BENJ. Y. MARTIN, c. E.A.!D.
7th March, 1840. w ar $881 ac
State of South Carolina.
Matthew Mays, vs.
Meedy Maya, '
John Mays, Benj. Billfor Partition.
Broadaway and Nan
cv his wife.J
I T appearing to my satisfaction that Benja
mini Broadaway and Nancy his wife, de
fendants in this case, reside without the limits
of this State, on motion, ordered that the said
defendants do. appear, plead, answer, or demur
to the complainaant's bill within three months
from the date of this pblication, or the said
bill will be taken pro cofss against them.
BENJ. Y.MA RTIN, c. L...
7th March, 1840. 5 B&v $8 81 ac 6
State of South Carolina.
ABBE ViLL E DISTRICT.
John Wilson, adm'r., vs Janet gggg~
Wilson, Wmn. Wilson, Hugh dI c.fr ev
Wilson, James Ewing, and an ju
Jane his wife, and others. ta
I T appearing to my satisfaction, that James
Ewing and Jane his wife, reside without
the limits ot this State, on motion, ordered, that
the said defendants do appear, plead, answer,
or demnr to the complainant's bill within three
months from the date of this publication, or the
said bill will be take gcofssaainst them.
6th March, 1840. 5 avT $8 81 ac 6
State of South Carolina.
Samuel Williams, et. al.,
us.I In CHANCR.
John C. Davette and Ann( Bill for Partition.
Davette, his wife.J
IT Appearing to my satisfaction that the de
.fendanti John C. Davette and Ann his
wife, resides beyond the limits of this State.
On motion of Griffin and Burt, Complainants
Solicitors, Ordered that the said defendants do
plead, answerer demur to this bill, within three
months from the pablication of this order, or
the same will be taken pro confesso against
JAMES TERRY, C.EB.E. D.
Commissioner's Office, 4 ac
February 25, 3840. 5$8 81 G a
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Reben Carpenter et al. applicants,
Nancy Mosesy et aL. defendants5
T appearing to my satisfaction, that Nancy
IMosely and Anna Danner, two of the de
fendants in this case, resides without the limits
of this State: It is therefore ordered, that they
do aa and object to the division or sale of
the Real Estate of Fanny Butler, deceased, on
or before the hrst day of June next, or their con
sent will be entered of record, this 2nd day of
OLIVER TOWLES, 0o. . .
umarb 1840s $6 50 ab 5
Citizens of Charleston,
AND THE NEIGHBORyNG STATES.
YOU are respectfully informed that 70
-- MzaI? sTRET 70-is my Oiffce. for
tho exclusive sale of BRANDRETH'SVEGE
TABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS. Price twen.
ty five cents per box, with directions in Eriglish,
Freach, Spanish Portuguese and German.
The high and universal reputation of the
Brantdeth Pills, renders it unnecessary tocom
ment largely on their particular virtues. As an
anti-bilious and purgative medicine, they are
unequalled by any. Their purifying effect on
the blood is universally allowed-all that have
Dver used have approved and recommended
In many cases where the dreadful ravages of
ulceration had laid bare ligament aud bone, and
where to all appearance, no human means
:ould save lire, have patients by the use ofthese
Pills, been restored to good health; the devour.
ig disease having beencompletely eradicated.
n consequence of the pleasantness of their
peration, they are universally ned in every
section of this wide extended country where
they are made known, and are fast surperseding
very other Preparation of professed similar
import. Upwards of Fourteen Thousand cases
ave been certified as cured, solely from their
use since the introduction of that into the U.
States, thus establishing the fact beyond all
doubt, that the Brandrel Pills cure the (appa
rently) most opposite diseases,, by the one
imple act of continually evacuating the bow
les with them, until the disease gives way;
therefore, whatever may be said of the TzoRY,
the UTILITY of the PRUCTIcE is now BEYoND all
As Brandreth's Pills cure Scurvy, Costive
a ess, and its consequences, seasfaring men
and all travellers to foreign regions, should not
be without, in order to resoit to them on every
ccasion of illness. No medicine chest is re
ired where they are.
N. B,-Time or climate affects them not,
provided they are kept dry. Southern gentle
men will find this medicine one that will insure
ealth to the people on their estates.
Be careful and never purchase Pills of a
Druggist, PRoFEssINo to be Brandreth's Pills.
Under No cincubsTANcEs is any one of this
4lass made an Agent. My own established
Agents have I3vARIABLi an zNGRAVZD Certifi
ate, signed B. Brandreth, M. D, in my own
hand writing. This is renewed yearly-and
when over twelve months old, it no longer
guarantees the genuineness of the medicine,
it would be well, therefore, for purchasers to
:arefully examine the Certificate. The seal is
mot wax, but embossed on the paper with a steel
seal. Ifthe genuine medicine is obtained,there
is no doubt of its giving perfect satisfaction,
and if all who wantit are careful to go by the
above directions, there is little doubt but they
will obtain it.
Remember 70 Meeting street, is the only
place in, Charleston where the genuine medi
cine can be obtain, and at J. Sales, Hamburg
and C. A. DOWD, Edgefield 0. H. the only
authorised Agents for Edgefield.
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
Stephen Owen, Aiken; David Turner,
Becaufort; John McLaren,Abbeville; William
Cnnningham. Columbia; Elijah Alexander,
Pickens; John Hastie, Pendleton; Samuel
Wilmol Georgetown, McLure, Brawley &Co,
Chester; Charles Wilcox, Coosawhatchie; Ma
ker & Ryan, Barnwell K. H.; D. & H. B.
Rice, Graham's P. 0., Barnwell District.;
Gaines & Bolling, Greenville District; Reuben
Gross, Lexington; Hastie & Nichol, Greenville
C. H.; John G. Tongue, Younguesville, Fair.
field Dist.; Sylvester Beach, Orangeburg;
Ruff & Johnson, Newberry; Rice & Cater,
Anderson: James E. Gee, Leesville, Lexing
ton District; Barksdale & Saxon, Gaurensville,
Vernon & Mitchell. Spartanburg, P. J. Foster,
Foster's, Union Dict; JohnMcLure,Union
ville, George Steel, orkvinie; a. ii. tiam
bere, Winsboro';C harles Miller, Edisto Bland.
John Rosser, Camden; Samuel Wilmot,
Georgetown; Maker & Ryan, Barnwell; E
Gartigue, Blackville, Barnwell; E. D. Felder,
Midway, Barnwell; Gangley & Drummond,
Lower Three Runs, Barnwell; Philip Char.
trand,Branchville. Orangeburg; A. Stevenson,
Pickneyville, Union, and B. Jaudon, Robert
Feb 13, 1840 tf 2
AUGUSTA SEED STORE.
No. 219 Broad-street.
~AS Constantly on hand a sup I of fresh
i. SHAKER GARDEN8 SI~DS.
The usual allowance made to conutry den
Bird Seed, Clover, Lucerne, Potato Onions,
Onion Sets, &c. A few Brushes, Swifls, Sif
te, &c., made by the Shakers.
J. H. SERVICE.
Feb 15, 1840 tf 3
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
W~illiam Daniel, vs Auiachmenst
William Salter. Assumpuit.
TH E Plaintiff having this day filed his de
3.claration in the above stated ease, and
having no wife or attorney known to be with
ia this State, upon whom a copy of the said
declaration with a rule to p lead can be served.
It is ordered that the said Defendant do appear
and plead to the said declaration, within a year
and anday, fromi the publication hereof, or final
and absolute judgment will be awarded against
him. GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
Marchk26,1840, o G&B $7 50 age 9
Plaister of Paris,
SROUND and Caleined, suitable for both
Manuring and Plastering.
Also, a genuine article of Old Port Wine.
Just received and for sale by
H. R. COOK, & Co.
Hamburg, Feb 26,1840 tff4
.7VE H' S1LKS.
JUST Received a handsome assortment ol
Pru do Sois, Gros do Nap and Mattioni
Silks, of the latest and most fashionable colours
and patterns, which wvill he sld cary cea by
Dee. 13, 18399tf 44
AFIRST Rate Wagon and Team,and expe
Al rienced Driver to hire by the day, week,
orrmouth. Apply to M. FRAZIER.
Edgefield C. Hi. Feb 18. 1840. e 3
Best Apple Vinegar,
OR*Sale'b' C. A. DOWD.
Feb 24, 1840 tf 4
lyouselaine de Lanes,
ASuperior Article for Ladies Dresses.
Also, Victoria Shawls, just received and
rr sale by JNO. 0. B. FORD.
Hamburg, Sept27, 1829 ff35
UN Powder, Imperial and Black Tess,
Just Received and for Sale by
C. A. DOWD.
Feb 24. 1840 ff4
The Thorough-Bred Horse
KX ILL Stand the ensuin Sprin season,
W commencing on the 10thofMarch at
Janes Swearingens. 11th at W. Wise, M12tj at
S. Quarles, 13th at D. Glovers, 14th at R4
Hill, 15th at or near J. Roperm, 16th and 17th
at C. J.Glovers Edgefield Court House, visiting,
each stand every ninth day until the 10th of
He will be let to mar at 8 dollars the single
viit, 12 dollars d season, and 15 to insure.
The leap money to be paid in cash. In every.
instance the insurance money will become due
as soun as the mare is known to be with foal,
or exchanged, or moved out of the settlement.
All possible cae taken to Preventaccidents,-but
I winot be responsible for any.
HER-CLINE is a beautiful bay, full 15 hands
3 inches high, and is a mure fol-getter, has run
and won many races in this State, Virginia and
Maryland. When be lef the turf, he was re
garded one of the best three-mile horses in the
State, and two miles unequalled. At three.
years old, after winning the greatstake at Bal
timore, (See Turf Register,) his owner was
offered and refused five thousand dollars forl
him. His colts are generally ver promising,
partaking of the old Archy stock, sire, are
extremely docile and gentle, nearly all making'
good family horses.
HER-CLIN was got by old Sir Arly; out of
Georgiana. Archy was by imported Diomede"
dam imported Castinira, by Rockingbari
g. dam Tabitha, by Trentham; g. g. das aby
Bosphorus; g. g.g. dam by Forrester; g. g. .
g.dam Coalition Volt; g.g. g. g. g. -dam .A
Bastard; g.g. Lg. g.g. dar by LordLeig
Charming Mo by Sec;g. g. g. g. g.'
dam by Hanger s Brown mare by Staugaws
Arabian; g. g. g. g.g. g. . dam Giy, by
King William the Third's Black No-Ton uef
Barb; g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. dam by Make.
less; g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g.g- dam Royal Mre
Georgiana was gotten by Col. Alsom' Gal
latin, (son of im. horse Bedford,) an Calypso,
by imported horse Knowsley; grand dam by,
Eclipse, (son of the imported horse Obscurity)
g. g. dam by Skipwith's Figure; g. g. g.- dam
by Imported horse Bailor'sFearnought, out of
a thorough-bred mare.
W. R JOHNSON.
Ridge. March2. 1840 d 5
The Celebrated Thorough Bred Horse
W ILL Stand the ensuing Sprigsaon,
at the Plantation of Capt. Wia
Mays.four miles below Edgefield C. House, on
the Stage Road leading to Augusta. The Sea
son will commence on the 10th of March, and
expire on the 10th of June, ned will be lett10
Mares at the following reduced prices, vi:
Fifteen Dollarsthesingle visit,Twenty five Dol
lars the season, and Porty Dollars Insurance,
and Fifty Cents cash to the Groom, in every
instance. In cases ofcompanies offive mares,
the season will be reduced to Twenty Dollars
for each mare, and a proportionate deduction
for the visit, or insurance, by sone person be
coming responsible for all, ares will be kept
at the subscriber's plantation, and special care
taken of them, at Twenty-five cents per day.
Good Pasturage Gratis. The visit and season
money will become due at the expiration of
the season, and the Insurance money as Soon
as the mare is ascertained to be with foal, or
transferred, in which ease the owner of the
mare, when put, will be held accountable for
the money. All possible care will be taken to
prevent accidentsur escapes, but no liability
will be incurred for either.
Description.-NULLF'ZrI is a beautifll Bay
handsomely marked, with a delightful coat of
-.a;, whkh &hawa his suparior stock. Hisap
pearance is commanding-he is of the greatest
power, subqtantiality, and 1trengtb. He will
be ten years old this Spring-s ful sixteen
hands high having supnor size, large bone,
and is as well muscled as any other horse, in
this, or any other country, and has as much du.
Pedigree.-N ranR was got by the ele
bratod running horse, Old American Eclipse
son of the celebrated American running horse,
Old Durock, Roxana, his dam, was by the im,
ported horse, Sir Harry, the best son of Sir
Peter Teazle, grand dam by the imported horse,
Saltrum; g. grand dam by Col. Symes' cele
brated Amrncan horse, Old Wild Air: r. g.
grand dam by Driver~g.g. g.grand darnbm h
imported horse Fallow,g.g.g. g.grand dam by
the imported horne, Vampr. A certified copy,
from Virg inia.signedb Benjamin Jones,Robert
B.Corbaa,and Francis P.Corban. For hisown,
and his colts' performancesontheturf,reference.
canbehadto the AmericanTurfReg.&Sporting
Magazine. He is a sure foal peter, and his
cots are large, and have a splendid appearance,
and are now running with great succems, both
on the Northern and Bonthern Courses.
Performanc.-Nor~rnzma, the Spring he was
three years old, ran a mweep-stakes over die Je
rusalem Courne, mile heats, mix mubscribers,
One Hundred Dullars entrance, when ho was
beaten, a prodigiously bard race, and not more
thin six or eight inches the second beat. The
next week lhe ran, and won a Sweep-stakes,.
over the Norfolk Course, mile heats. Two
Hundred Dollars entrance, beating several colts
with great ease, particularly thesecond- heat.
The week after this, he ran another Sweep
stakes, over the Nottaway Courne, mile heats,
which race he won three heats, under the -hard-.
est drive, every heat. He was not then trained
til et p ing e was four years old when
he an t TeeHill, a most interesting and
hard contested race, when he was beaten by
Golish, at four heats-Bayard and rmny otheriv
were in this race, and Nullifier was only beat'
one footthe last heat. The nextweek he went
to Baltimore and ran over the Central Course,
four mile heats, for the Jockey Club purse,
when lie was beaten by the flying Dutchman
avery hard race msany other horses running,
but only these two contending. The next fall
he ran at Broad Rock, two mile heats, whicli
race he won at four heats, beating seven others,
after he had lost the first and second heats. In
this race he got one of his sinews sprung; and
has not been trained ince.
The above is all correct and true.
W. R. JOHNSON.
Feb. 4, 1840 d 1
OFFICE OF CO1YPTROL
CuanrLEston, Jan. 16th, 1840.
T HE Legislature at their last Session having
enacted that the General Taxes shall- be
aid in specie, paper mediu~m or the notes 'of
th specie paying Banks of this State. The
Tax Collectors and Sheriff throughout the
State will govern themselves accordingly. Ju
rors and Constables Certificates arealso receiv
able in payment of Taxes as heretofore.
WM!.ED. HAYNE, .
g7 The Edgefield Advertiser, Pendletn
Meienger, Greenville Mountaineer. Cainden'
Journal, Cheraw Gazette, the South Carolinian
and the Georgetown paper will insertthe above
once a week until the first of May next.
Jan. 23, aj 51
J UST Received a fresh Supply of
New Orleans and Cuba Molasses,
Rio and Cuba Cof'ee,
St. Croix Sugars, Raisins. &C-&C
For salc by. A. DOWD.
Feb 24. 1840 4 tC