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B Y Virtue of sundry writs officrifacias.t
me directed, will be sold at Edgefield C
House. on the first Monday and Tuesday ii
,October next, the following property, viz:
Metz &. Hendrix. vs Abtier Nelson. one trac
-of land containing one hundred acres, more o
less. ad !oining John Holly and others.
Robbits & Coniter. vs William Yarborongi
the Delendant's sinterest in four hundred ani
thirty acres of land, more or less, adjoiningJohl
Inlow and others.
Charles Price, vs Sherwood Corley. one trac
of land c-ontainincg one hundred and fifty acres
more aor less adjoining John Ramsey & othern
Also, one other tract. containing one hus
dred acres mo e or less, adjoining JSanmel Ste
vens anid others.
Eli Miltoas, vs John Marsh, two hundred an<
finty acres of land more or less adjoining Eliza
betlh Carter and others.
Sahln- Clark. vs Margaret Ogilvie, thre
hundred acres of land more or less, adjoinin
John White and others.
The same, vs the same, the above(describei
The same, vs the same, the above describei
Levi 31. Churchill, vs M. B. Hightower, on
tract o land containing--acres, more or le*
adjosnm;J .:. lisgltower and others.
'.1 Isaisas salrnp's, vs bterling Powell, on
tract o laund adjoinlg D.J. Walker and others
The Wtate vs te samne, the above describe
u s. GUlyton, vs John Siergeneger,one Iuri
dred acres us Land ture or less adjuituong Wad
Uloyer ai otasers.
loratu ti oud, vs Hi. lHutliman, Sen. thre
hunidret acres of* land, suore or less, also, thre
Negrves, Limu., Harriet aid her child John.
I te samuse, vs the samse, the above describe
I$. r. tiouedy. T. C. va iensry Slultz, one k
in toe Town of tIstmbug No. sine iuidre
and sixty tar.e, hu% ing thirty feet fraut on Co%
ltgton street and one nundreu and ninety let
oi Cobb atreet.
The State, vs the same, the above describe
B. F. Gonedy, T. C. vs Mary Winggard
eight hundred acres of land, nore or kss, at
joining Dansel unattlebuns and ousels.
B. F. Gouedy, 1. C. vs Mary 3eDatiel, ont
tract of Land adjoiniag E. B. Belcher. Jamne
Ursifin ani others.
Jihtn Lotton, vs &auders Reas din, one Negr
Caduway Clark, vs Vm. Strom and Samut
Strum, aone Iay Mare.
bisamnel Otevens, vs John Youngblood, onl
trrct o hatd wersee the Defendant liles,adjoi
ing Kobert itryanL aud others.
Joihts S. 6uiiey vs the saue, the above de
WIn IBucklane vs the same, the above de
Abel asensal, vs Thomas 13. Harvey, on
J1nn Lotte,. vs William Doby, one Yoke o
Oxen and Last.
Luerl tlundy, vs tue samte. the above de
Loastre U:d,tnits vs Mathew Gray, one Nt
gro %V uisna aod could.
ti L & 2L. Pents & Co. vs the samne, thi
abov described pro.perty.
bmItht & f lazier, vs Join M. Reynoulds, on
Cot elia Seiles, vs Abner Whatley, on
tract U 1,.d Rnown1 as tile lait rock ir.iet cot
taining five thousdad acres, maore or less, ad
joining J4941n d ubKtt anduioterz.
Heniry aveuedy, vs Jsrret %v ise, one Gra:
John P. King vs Margaret Clark, the tract c
land ssere the d fesuut iiv. d at the titne o
her deati, adjoiuissin4 lands ofthe Estate u
Briton Miims, a.nd others
Allen & Kinnard, v. ikobertso Deen, thre<
hutdred acres oflaud, aJjoining Robert Bryai
Terms of sale-Cash.
s. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
September 14, 1840 c .3
OOTTM WARE HOUSE
7* 1111- dascober tiavsing put his W ARL
10U31. im t:.orOntgt r.pair, atid raised
it .iaiott five leer biner titans oefore, nistel
miakes it to igh wvater. Ptiant.ers and blei
chamtis isay rest assured oif no diger IrsosasriigI
wvater, its sorig Cotsont is. tis slarehouise.
lie is isnali os tile jaberasi patrontage Ot ni
frsesnes aneretuitore, ad tilijers tusi'a that b;
hta persol... .d a strict ah tentiota io.busmsers~b
wihi .aserit a conitisLnince of the lormier libera
patros..,ge buestiwed sin imt.
Ansy L otioni sasis sne tmtay htave in store, or tha
masy be sem to Isan bti~ e snppeda to Chtariestoi
or Savannsaht, Wilt be strictly attendsed to.
Hlambitrg, Aug 20, 1540 ti' 31
E. P. Noble, vs
John Ctiunmtghsamt. and wife,
Ptasrick Nobse. Bill for
Alexansder Noise. Partition.
J. Batn..aw tob.e asnd
Elizaiesin Noble. J
IT apspearmtg to miy satisifactionl thsat Patrici
U.Noble. onte sit she lesenanits ms thsts case
reeide withoustt tate iasits of tits State: tis
miotion,. it is ord'eed thsat tue said defenidanit d<
appaeart, anad pilead, ansswer or demitr to at
cottphamtant's UBa. in it:ain three minsu frots
the di~e of usis publilicatit.n, or sit said bill wial
be taketn pro confesso agaimst huno.
IIL3J. Y. M1ar(T1N, c. L. A. 0.
Commissioner s (,.licc,..
Sept. 14, 104l
l ENN ETsvi t.L~. .1st OE PT ElMBER, 15-l0.
EOWARD H. c:DWVARDS, Esq. havin~
biIeena duly etee.d anid c'ommtissaoned Ma
'er-Gcem.raL of ste 4td lsvistion 1 ot~ otht Caro
litia Milittm, -vill take rank as Major-Genieral
from the ttdd day of Junse, 1840, aud will bs
respected antd obeyed accordinigly.
By order of ste Commssander-im-Chiief
JA MEd JON ES, Adjt. and Inspr. Gen.
Sept. (C) f3
EST R AYED,
FROM the Subscriber, about thse 19th ol
March last. 2 Colts, onte a dark iron grej
filly. three years old; wheat she left, she hiad os
a commtton size iron bell, attachted to a leathe.
collar, fastened son with a leather latch. Thti
othes. a year old, hr ghst bay horse colt, witi
somo white haits on the body, ad a blaze it
ti~se face. I will satifactordly reward any one wht
'will stop said colts, or esthier or theim, ansd giva
mec itnformation; direct to M1t. WVilllintg Post Oft
fice S.C. I SIMON CROUCH.
Mt. Willing, Aug. 22, 1540 h 30
APPLICATIONS will be made to thte Ia
gislature' of this State, at the snext sessiot
to vest thea title of the State to ay escheatet
estate of theo late Coli. Christinan Bresthaupt. ini
Susan Breithaupst and Ossian Gregory, sir ot
of them. ansd to. vest the title of the State to anj
encheated estate of the late Margaret Clark aut
DavId Clark ina the childresn or grand-chiildrer
pr the said Margaret, et some of them.
State of South Carolina.
William H. Yeldell, Bilfor
t and wire, vs Paritium.
r Margaret J. Shibley, and others.
OTICE is hereby given that by virtue of
I an order from .the Court of Chancery,
I shall offer for sale to the highest bidder, at
Edgefield Court House on the first Monday in
tI October next, the real estate orJaines Shaibley.
deceased, consisting of two tracts of land na
follows: One tract, called and known as the
Shinburg Tract lying on Cufrelown cieck a
thle District of Edgeield, containing five 4ean
died and thirty-four acres. more or less, adjoin
ing lands of Be% erly Burine, other land of thc
said James Shiblev, lands of the estate ofJacob
Lasseter, Burrell . Hobbs, the estate of Jauc
E. Dawson, Leroy H. Mondy. and A. T Tray
r ]or; and one other tract lying in the District
aforesaid containing three hundred and sixty
acres, more or less, a4joit:ing the Shinburg
tract. lands of Jacob Shibley. the estate of Jacob
Lasseter, and A. T. Traylor Said tracts ol
land to be sold separately. on a credit of one
two, and three years, except for so much mion
ey as will -pay the costs, which must be paid il1
cash. Purchasers to give Bonds and persona
security, and a mortgage of the premises to se
cure the putchase money.
J. TE RRY, C. E. E. D.
Edgefield, Sept. 12, 140. $5 75 d 32
ettate of South Cariliua.
i Samuel Williams, Jr., Bill for
and others. v . Partition.
t John C. Davett. and wife.
N OTICE is hereby given, that by virtue o
LI nit order front the Court of Chancery,
shall offier forsale to the highest bidder at Edge
field Court louse. on the first Monday in Oc
tober niext. the real estate of Samuel Williams
deceased, consisting of the two following tract
ofland. viz: One tract on which the deceased
resided, lying in Edgefield District, on Coody'
Creek, waters of Ilorns Creek. &c.. contain
e ing oie thousand (0O0) acres more or less. anti
S adjoining lands or Win. II. Moss. John Mundy,
Heanry Waldfrum Benj. Addison, and AnM1
) Jones: the other tract containing three hundred
and thirty-six (336) acres more or less, lying it
ithe District aforesaid. and adjoining lan-s ol
John Miundy. James F. Adams. Ileny Wal
Sdrun and Daniel Prescott. Said tracts to be.
sold separately. oin a credit of onte anid twc
years, except'ror so ntteh nnajey as may hK
necessary to pay costs, which imuist he paiid it
c*1ash. 'Tle purchasers to give Bonds and p- r
s11nal security. and a noirtZage of the pretinse
to secure the purchase maoney.
J. TERRY, C. E. E D.
l Edgefidd, Sept. 8, 1640. $5 75 d 32
State of Soutl ( arolina,
- ABBEVILLE DISURICT.
John Wilson Adn'r of Bill for Rc
Huah % 1i ilson, vs Jennet B f d
Wiisfn. William Wilson,
and others. J I*Iunction.
URSUANT to the order of Chancellor
- Dunkin. made in this case, all the craedit.
ors of Ilugh Wilson, at the titme of his death,
( whose demands shiall not have been hilly and
. roperly paid by his administrator, are hereby
rnotified to present and prove their demands be
I re me onl or iore the first day of* January
f next, A. D. 84l : and the creditors of the said
H.gh Wilson. deceased, are hereby notified,
) that the Decree of Chancellor Dun kin iorden
k that the Coimmissioner cause two months no
tice to be ins-rted in such piblic papr or pa
pers as he may deem proper flor all the credit
ors of the said Hugh Wilson to present iad
prove their demands before the Comnnissioner,
- and that such of the creditors as shall not pre
asent and prove their demands on or befhre a
peremaptuary day to be fixed hv the Cotuanis
.sinner shall be excluded from tie benefit of ihia
It is further ordered that upon notice ofrthis
- decree being civent to any of tihe creditors of
aHugh Wilson, such creditors shall be enjoiter
fro commnnement or further iprosecuuion ol
Sany suit at law agaitnst the administrator atfore
SIt is further ordlered that the administrator
I do account helbure the Conisssioner concerm
ing the" estate o'f his intestate; and that thec
SCoall'nissioner do report the detmainds againtst
the estate of 11 lg WVilson, which mnay be prov.
ed, arraniged in order of legad priority: and ther
bialace in the hainds of the tadministrator. after
allowing all proper payments and exa'enses.
fBEN.J. Y. MAIITIN, C. E. A D.
Comm'r's (ffsce. $12 75
Valua ble Land anad Stone Ware
HANUFACTORY FOR SALE.
71 lIE Subscriber offers for sale at publie1
.. mitery. Onl Thursday thme 15th of Octo-.
her :.'xt, if not previously sold, the latationa
on which he now resides. about eighateen miles
aove Edgefield C. Ilouise, nnd one and a hal
miles south wecst of Mr Williams' Steam Saw
IAlso, his Stone weare Manfactory, wvith an
excelle..t Furntare, and every thling niecessary
to carry on the~ Sto'nc war" business. all ii rood
order Also. iliree' or four Negr'oes, one o
Waigonu one Uiaronich, one 31ula- otne -et
and Steers. anad .tock of all kiniJ.sneh as lioes.
Shep, and Cattle. Also, llousehold anid
Termis--.\I sumiis underi $5 cash; uder $,'.
on a credit uiitil ilhe 25th. lecembhel 1840 t andt
all sums over $20,onm a cwedii of l2 months.
Ang 29,i1840 f 31
A Valnable Plantationl
THE Subscriber offers his valuable planta.
tion for sale, sitnated on the road leadinig
from the Island Ford on Sahuda River, to
H amhurg anid Augusta. three miles east from
Cambridwe, in Edgelleld District, conitaitning
five humicred acres, two hundred of which as
fresh cleared. There is two huandred acres
lying in the woods and is well timbered. The
above lamnd is under a first rate fencee, aiid is
well adapted to the growth of cotton and grain.
On thme plantation is an excellent Dwelling
House. Barnm and Stables, and all necessary
outbuldngs. The spring attached to the
Plantation cannot be surpassed by ainy im the
Iup country, its waters are of the purest kinid.
very cold atnd healthy. The situatiomn is as
healthy as any in the up country. The neigh.
borood offers the best range for stock of all
kinds the State affords. Trhe above Planta
ton offers as miany inducemnits to purchamsers
as any itn the country. Those who wvish to
purcase will do well to call atnd exannlne for
themselves. Terms will be lberail and ac
commodating. For further particuluars apply
to the subscriber living otn the Plantation.
THJOS. J. COLEMAN.
A ngust 28, 1800 31
B00K & JOB PRZWZ'ING
FEvr description executed with
..neatness and despatch, at the Of1ice
rf ena m...OSnI ADVERT1A8ik
FOR OCTOBER. 1840.
So muche as relates to Edgufidd.
IN TE HotCsE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
Decuber 20, 1839.
IIE Committee on Privileges and ElcC
tions. tam whom it wIs referted, to drail
resolutions.and appoint Aanagers of Elections.
tbr t e next general election, report .the oil
Resolved. That the Election to be held on
the second .londay tmi October next anud the
dJay followitig, fin Senators und members of the
iouse of' Representati.es. shall he holdent at
the tollownmg places, and conducted by the 101
At Lonmgaire's-L. H. Mundy. A. T. Tray
lor, aid W. B. Brannon. At Collites-J.
Hammond. T. Garreut, . nd W. F. Elam. Al
Clo,,d's-.. P. A n3 s, W. S. Howard, and W.
D.y. At Pine House-W. Gallman, B. Bet
tis, and B. Hatcher. At Christie's-A. King,
James Dorn, and L. Burnett. At Duuton's
R. P. Bronson. J. Hill. and H. Dunton, A4
Sheppard's-J. Boles, L. G. Holloway, and S.
Stephenm. At liidge-M. Wiatsoin, L. Homes,
and Wilson Cole man. At Meeting Strect- S
Nicholson, Jr., 0. Strother, and Vm. Dean,
At HAabura-R. Adersoni, B. F. Gonedy, and
M. Smlth.a At Monnt it illing-A. Minick, L
IVilson. and B. Etia idge. At Court House.
W. J. Simkins. R. Anderson. aid G. liims.
At Richardson's-J. Richardson, J. Neal and L
Bland. At Coleman's-H. Boulw nre, G. ar
fhorongh. and E 11. Abiney. At Park's-L
Harmon, A. Kilcrease. and H. Freeman. A4
Perry's-D. i)einny, M. F Pope. and A. Nich
olson. At Cothrda's-R. Martin, C. Moore
and Thomas Lake. At Musdey's-W. C. Halli
J. B. Johnson, and S. Deen. At Allen's-A
P. Kenard, S. tinthews, and A. Turner. At
Porel's-C. Powel. D. G. Walker. and J
Hightower. At Long's-A. Jones, . 1nuk
night, amid \U. Long At Neill's- J. Miller,
H. Ardis, and Jaies [lon ers.
The Managers to hold the election two dayi
at each place, anl meet on Wednesday follow
ing atthe C. Ii. conut the votes, and declare the
elecMion: six Uepiresenatives to be elected, anid
one Tax Collector. and one member to Con
gress, from the Congressional District ot' Edge
lied, an Abbeville.
Resoleud. That the Managersof Elections,
prior to their proe.-eding to the elections. du
take the Iblliowinag onwth or aflirnmtion, before
some Mangistrate, or tine of the Maniagers of
-lectionls. to wit: "That they will ftithfilly and
immoiartially carry i.to execution the forvgoing
vle'eti-lies. agreae'nbly ti) tie Constitution of' the
State or1Sa 1thl1 C. rolina."'
Resdrc-l, That ini itture. nIo person qualified
to vote faor mmlers ,.1 each branch of the Le
gislatire, shall be permitte-d to vote its more
th:m onme Ealectiomn District, or Parish; and the
I 3anaers of Election. tiiirughout lie ztate,
are herely requireld and direcied. ifthey think
propaer, or oi the appheilcion of any elector
present. to adminiiai-aer n, anyv primsoni or persons
offeritga to vote, thme folkwin oath: -'I A. B.,
do solemnlv swear, or alirma. (is the case mat
be.)that I tiave not, at this general ela'etion
for inembets of the Legiislature, voted it
this or any other Dist-riet or Parish, and
that I ami Coinsittioially alttlified to votel
so help me od " Am d if any person or per
sons. reqatired a s aforetaid to take said oath
or aflirmation. shall reinse so to do. then the
31:mngers, respiectively. in their relspective
Ditricts ar Parishe.... shall be, and they are here
by required amid enjnined. to refimse such vote
or votes; mad in case tie lanagers, shall re
fmse to reuiire the oath alini elsaiid, when demnan
ded, they shall h,- liah a. to all the pains and pemi
altice th'ev woild he halle and subject to;, lot
mneglectinag anv other duties regntired of them
as 3aingirs ef Electious for either branch l
Resalred, That ihe act ultoring the faur sec
tions orthlei Constimtion of the. State of 8Sutti
Caroliam. he herewith published. to n it: "Eve
ry free whie mai, of the age of twenty-oni
yerars, (patipers. aid nion-caommissioned 1ii
eersand privates. III the army of the United
States. excepted.) heing a citizen of the State,
Iand having rAsided therimm two years, previons
to the dav of election, and who has at free
hold offifty aces o- .a.d. ona town lot. o
which lie h'as beetn legally seized anad possessed,
at h-ast six nomthas befoare snezah electioma; air, not
having anmy sucih fraehold onm town lot. hamth
eeni raesidenit in the Electiona District in whmich
hi offers ti give hmis vote. helbre tihe elecionm
six momtths: ime shallh have a ihat to vote forn
membaler or moembaers, tao serve imm either bramech
of the Legislature, lair tlme Election District ir
whichI lae holdmas sniehl property or residence.
R'eo/red. Thalmt time twob years residence re
qiredl by thme Conmstimmion ini a voter, mime the
twob vemtrs immedmiaitely previous to thae eilection;:
hat ii'aniy per.on has is homie in time Stante, he
daes mim''los" the righmt of residlence by tempora
ry abenrme. wish thme intenmtioni of retumrnainm; mand
i'im as hais hmome ini the Eiecmionm District. lisi
righm tao vote is nomt impmiaired by a tempiorary ah.
sece, with the iantntion of retumrmng; bum if
one has his haomie amnd famiiy in another Stamte,
tme plresencee of such person. mlthoutgh conin
ncd fur two yemars, gives mm right to vote.
R&so/red/. Thinat the lionse do agree to the re
port. Ordered, thamt it be sent to time Senate fon
By order, T. WV. G LOVER, C. II. Rt.
IN TIlE SENATE
D~evember 20, 1849.
Resolrecd. Thamt thme Senmate alm conenr in the
reprt. Ordered, mthat it lie retimnied to time
llmt.e aof Repirsenittives.
Uv ordler, WVM. E. M.\RTIN, C. S.
Sepmteminier 3i c 31
Chtrars, Csmnahma, amid others, ) Bll for
vs~m Thoitmas C'osniahman anal
Lucnmy mmi asley. ~ Distribution.
IT'~ is order.-d thaint thme Defemndanmt Thmos. Cos.
namimma, whoa is sad to he absenat and from
w vitommt thme imits oaf :hiis States, do plead, an~
swer, or demnur, tab the Ilillof the Complaiinants
l this case, withimn three momths froimi the pinh
tictiomn ol' this order, or time bill will be takeni
A. P. A LDRICil. C. & R. E. B. D.
rnrnwe' li District.
Jmly 29. 1840. ac 27
N EW GOODSi.
T 5 iiE Sbmciribe'r is now receivinig from
New Yoirk ii irteen caaes of
NEWl 1)RY GOODS.
comprsimng a Eene'ral Assortimnt smuiahin fon
tme semson, wich wiil he solmi low fobr Cash
Fome cumstomer~s ammd thme public generailly are
imvited to call on
.JOHN 0. B. FORD.
Haimbummtrg, S C, Aug .5, 184.0
Nankiul flflN Siirings*
1Case Geaorgia Nanikin, one do bleached
.bSirtimng. Also Blart i/ad/and. Broenm
Linnl. LUnen Drilling'. Grass ine~n, Mirxican
and York Mi~rtures. Alsoni,nm variety of Colboredi
Comttnm G oods, foir servant's wtear. Nowi opbenm
iig at time store of
.JOHN 0. B. FORD.
Hmurttg, Ang I8, 1I40 tf 2i8
Plain and4 Figured floods,
LSO Devain Stamw. Brtad Coittage, Fior
eince liad,and l'renmch Rutliad Bonnmets,
jism receivedlby .JolN 0. B. FORD.
LHambtmm. Ang 17, 100
Receitg g Forwarding
B U S IXN E S S.:-f
HAMBURG, S. C.
llE Snbecriber respectfully takes leave
to renew to his uetomes. his sincetire
.eikeowle.dgieints .ier the exieisive patroiage
hitherto bestowed on him; aud wetUld beg to as
sure them of a conlinuance of that strict alien
tion to their interests, wh ic h1, from a largely in
creased business, he flatters himself has been
Ile deeis it annecessary to dilate, to McTft
CuHA-TS, oi the evidet superiority or his claims
to their pntroteage as a RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING AGEMS--his long erperience
in that departnent; rigorous obscrrunce of in
strutions. and the rVs of fluuling; his entiri
, .ittention being restricted to a Conmi-sino B.
siness alone; and the isolated and ceIrated posi
tion of his warehonse, thns lessening the risks
frmn fire and innnditiois; are circamstances,
which, tcith all due deferenc, entitle him to a
To PLAsTruns he would ngnin tender his ser
vices in the sale of their COTTON aid other PRO
oucr: to this deopartnviat he appropriates his
peronalattentiot, and from his practienl knowl
edge of this business, he feels assured le wi bi
promote the intetests of tiose who may consi:-t ti
to him. J. F. BENSON.
Hatmabnrg, S. C. July 25, 1840 f 30 a
SE Subse-iher is nitch gratified that he ,
is oice more able tooflfer hus services to
his friends and old cstoners, and the public
generally in the lI'arc-House and Commission .
Business He flAters himself that the eligible
locatiom of his Ware-House. and itq comparative
immuncity from the risk of lire and floeid, will
proenre him a liheral patrounge.
'He has rebuilt the If'are-louse frmerly
known as Adamns & If'lker's, and is filling o)
ne winA of it above the Ighest water-mnark of
the late freslet, "or tle urptse of storing there
i the Cotton of Planters and Country Merrhants.
This site is at least two teei higher than any
other wae-hose in town; a1nd the divi--icn
that hasheen elevated will store fraom 1800 to
lie willsell Cotton. and attend to such bnsi.
ness Us is nmally transneted by Comimission
3 lerchanms. at as low a rate as others eigaged
in the :a.ne calling.
In agin oiffering his serviees to his friends
aid the public. the subscriber catnnot refrain
from acknowledgitig the liberal patroiaage he
once received frnin theta; and hopes by his at.
tention to busiiess that it will le reinewed, and
I it will be tlankfully received.
Hamburg, August 8, 1840 t f 28 F
The Messenarer at Ashville. N. C., and
Monntnineer at ieeniville. Me-senger at Pen- e
dleton.nnd \dverist r, at 'l.deflield will insert
the above six montlhs, aid send their bills tt t
U IBRIELLS, &c.
Cnoie domiestc nad Scotei Gighiim Urm
lrellas also Ladies' Silk Umbrellas and a
In addition to the above, arid just received, 1
new Eniglish aid American Prints. l'aavillian e
I Glanoze, hlold Nett. Bnndann, Spittathield. and rl
Pongee Handkcrchiefs, Fataey do. Bed Quilts. I
F.tiglish aid American Lon'g leeths. Velvet 1
Itilhons. Spotel Thrind Patenet tio. Vestitngs,
Stusipeniders, Gtlves, Quilt Back. Comin i (u
Shell, small plain. white hot n. Twi.,t. Victoria.
Log Cabin, Conmon and Fiench Dressing,
Fi ne Iveory and Negro Combs. &c. &c.
JO IlN (J. B. OlRD
I~anbnrg. Anig 18~. I840 tf 29
Phoenix Stone Ware Factory.
TO AIl:CHd NTS AND TIlE PUBLICv
IN G EN1-:1A3I. t
1 ihe Subscribiers hiaving been enignged in h
Sthe mnamittletcirinag of Stone WVarea at e
Pottersvilie. ina Edgefie-ld. S. C. feir meantvyvears
and froma Icong expl ieance, anad former ~wners
*of' that establishentt. hatve locate'd thaemiielv~s
at the Phonuix Faictorv. Shn:ws Creek, twelve
miles froma Edgelieldl '. Ii enie onc the maain t
Rtd leading tromn Newhe'rry, Uation, tand the U
iippe'r Districts to Aikent. for the hcmrpoese ofek
maafotatuirinzr :teine Ware in tall its variona, ci
branaches. They have pirocuiredl the hest of i1
workmen anid tare coinstantly making anls and i
hiave a large stock on hand. Their tassortmiemnt
is the most cotmplente ever before oflhre'd for sal,- pt
ini this market. to) wich- they would call the at s
tention of Drnggists. Merchants amid Platiters. it
and all those who wish to putrchlase aiy thing
in their line Aiioag the nmnyti article~s of~ at
which their stock is comtposed, tire the follow
ing viz: C
Jars of all sizes fronm 4 gallon to 20 gallons.
Jugs of all sizes do. 5 do. 20 do. -
Chnrnas of all .,izes 2 do. 5 dee.
Bowls oir pans of all sizes, from 4 do, to 5 do.
Butter Pcts ofall sizes from & do. to 3 do. with
Pitchers of all sizes from & do, to 3 dco.
And leds neatly idce for jars and churns il
Stew Pots ol varions sizes, &c. &c. I
All of the above is inferior to inone mtade :
in the United States. Orders nddressed to tis
at Edgelield Counri RlotseS. C. willhle promtpt- ti
ly ti-nded to. andec delivered tee the .\lerchnnt's tt
door, any dlister ae der one hun adred andc filly C
miles. Charlestouanmerchiants can have their.
ware delivered at the depot, in Aiken, at 124 tt
cents per gallon. The Price at the Factory isa
124 cents per galloti.
MIATHIS & RHrODE. o
Aprill1, 1840 tf) 9 a
TI ie C harle'ston Conar. will publian 3 timnes, ~
weekly, and forward accounit to this Oflice. ib
State of' South (arolina. 0
ABBEVILLE DISTFRICT. t
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS. tI
Nathaniel J Davis, 3 5
Adaniastrator of Joseph IAttachment, a
Diavis, deceased, Assumnpsit.
Willitam F'. Lumipkin. J
T H E l'laintilV htaviang this day filed his dec
Itaratieon in may .hee, antd she Defencdanit 1
havitng no wife or Attorney kntowin tole with
in the State aipotn whomt a copy with a rtule 4
to plead, could lie served. On maoetuin, Order
ed that the Jefendant do pleadl to thae said dc.
claratiotn withain a yetcr andI a diay or finial and 0
absolttiejn-'Igmenat wil lihe itwardhed against him. ~
JNI). F'. LIVING$STON, C. C. P. r
July 10, 1840. n a( -r $7-50 aqe 25 I
CHKLDE E DDINS,
C1]IlILDE EDDINS' Pahgrimneae to"
J. Texas, a P-wma. As a memorizal oaf a
Friendship and esteem, is inscribedl to j
Charles K. Johnscon, lby Giles Chanpatan.
Juisa publishedl. and for sale at this Office.
Jnly 25, 1841)
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
WILLIAM H. ADAMS, who is in the
custody of the Sheriff ofthe s:aid District.
y virtue of a writ I* capis ad satispiriendum
thc suit of Willnm iCook, havig tiled
is pet.tion, and a schedule on oant h. of his whole
statr.r eal and iersonl. withs the purpose of
litaming the benefit ofthe Act of the General
iwsemll -if this State, -comintinly called the
IIsolveift MDbtor's Act."
PusI.ic Nortcr, is hereby given. that the rc
tiont of the -nid Win. If. Adams will lie heard
nd'considered in the Court -f Cinnnoh Pleas.
ir Edgefield District. at iduefich. C. -louse,
it Wedhesdty, the* 21st diy of' Octoher sext, iir
n some sidequent day of tlie Teilin of said
,ourt. which will he then settiop ani all the
redstars "itde said a n. -. Adams, are here.
'y summonerl personally or hy -titoney, then
ud there, in %he said Court, to showi cumse, if
liey can, why the benefit of the Act aforesaid,
hoid not be granted to the said William H.
Ldams. tipon his executing the assignment re
nired by the Att aforegaid.
GLO. POPE, C. C. P.
July 21, 1e49. nc 25
State nf u outhi f ri'olic-a.
IN THE COMMON PIXAS.
F:N RY H UFFMA'J. Sen., who Is In the
l custody of the Sheriff if the sail District,
y virtie of* writs of rnpivs ad satisfaciendum,
Sthe sntit of Lewis Collins and Luir.ain Ged.
ings,1mving filed his petition. with a schedule
.I oath, lf his whole estate both real and per.
unal. with the ptirpose! nfohiiiing the lene
it of the Act of the General Asstbiily of this
i. te, coimionly called the "Insolveti Debtir's
PuBt.tC NOTE is hereby giveh, that the life
lion of the mid Henry H imnu, sen.. will be
leard and considered. in the Court offcomonn
leas for l'dgefiel Distrtict, otnl Wednesday
1i 2Lst day of ctohr tie. or on some sub
eqnent day during the Terni nf said Court.
vhich will tieii he in session: and all the cred
ors of the said Iletry Hllitiman, sen., are here.
v smittoned poersonalk or by attirney, then
id there, in the said Court to shew cause. if
Iov can, why the bitefit o th. Act aliresaid.
hiiul not he grauted to the said flenry llutIr
all, sen., upon his exectinig the assi;;tueit
eqiired by the said Art.
GEO. POPE, C. '. P.
July 21, 1-40. a c 25
Stite o uh o tn 4a.
EDGEFIELD I)IS mI-lT
IN TilE C .11O ON ! LEAS.
W OltiE W.T 11031 As who is iidie cit s
toly of the Sherit' of the said istriei.
y virtue of ertuin writs of capias ad salsitr.i.
idum, at the snlit of Lawreine & Beardsl.'
taisdell. Broi & Co., Smith & Hiithvens
) C. & 8 Lv ies, W arren Kimbrell for flie mmi
f Win. Baud. and Waldron. Thomas & Co.
aving filed his Ietitioti. with a sehedi.e tn oath.
f his whole estate, real and personal, with ti
urpose of obtainiig the benefit -f the Act -I
ie General Assembly of this St. te, munnoli
alled the "Iisolvent Deltor's Aret."
Pusuc NorTIC is hereby givei tiat tiw pe
ition of flte said George W. Thomas. will be
eard and considered itn the Court of Conino
Ilea.. for Edgetield District. at Edteflield Couri
1ons', on Wedniesday the 2ist day of'Octolhe.
est. or tin some subsequem day of the Term
fatnit C'ourt. which will lie tiuin etamng: ai'.i
I die creditors of the said George V. Thomusta
re her-thy simmoned persually or by attor
icy. then aind there. in the said Court. toshew
nse, it' they can. why the benefit or the Act a
iresiil., sholil not be granted to the said G.
V. Thoas. upon his exi'enititg die assign.
tent reqiired by the Act aforeaid.
GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
July 21, 140. n c 25
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
ABNE R BUS HN EL L. who ts in thie nsho
jdv of the $lierifh' of the sn'id Dist ict. by
irinte of a writ of cnpias ud satisfuceedum. sit
te snit of' Bakter, Johinuon & Co hiaviing tiled
is petittin, with a schedule on oath. if'liis whole
state real atnd persomdti, wih the pnrpose ofob
iing the benefit of the Act of the General
assemblyv of' this State, cotmmontly called the
Insovaent Debtor's Act."
runiuc No-rICK is hieri-hy giveti, that the pe
tion of the said Abner Buishuuell will lie heard
nl considired. ini thte Conrt of Cormtton Pleas
r Edlgefield District.ott Wednesday ite21st
iv of' October tnext, or on somie stibseugnett
t during the TIerit iof said Court. which wili
ten ie itt session: antd all the ci'editoirs of' the~
aid Abner Butshiiel, are thereby stttummtned
ersotially or by attornley. tiv'-n antd the're. toi
sei w'etnse,if'ti'y c'ai.whyv the benefit of the A ct
iresid, shonid not be g rantteds to the sidu Alt
'r oithne'll, npon his executitig the assigni
ent reqjuired by the said Act.
G EO. POPE, C. C. P.
1erk's Oficc. ?
July 21, 1840. j ac 25
State of' Sout h (Caa oli.
iN THE COMMION PLEAS.
AMES 8I1iPSON. who is iii the custo
diy of the Sherit of .\bbeville District.
v airtnte of mecsne process, at the suit of'
ark, McTier & Co-, havainig filedl his Peti
o,. with a Schedule ont oath of his whole es
te, real andh peirsontal, with die putrpose of oh
.ini ng. the benet of' thte Gescal A..embatly.
mmtiotnly called the "Insohaetnt Debtoir's Act.'
Pum.tc NOTICE is herehiy givaeni. that the tie-.
tioni of the said Janmes Simupsont waill :i oa
ad considlered in the Comu t of' Cntimnt Plens
>r Aheville DIjstrie'i, at Albuvill~e C. hionse.
a Wedntesdasy, the firleentl day oil' U. ctobier
ext, or ,.uch either dayi thereafter as the Conrt
ny order during the Term, tcuummuencintg at
me said pla(ce ont the secoutd Mutida" in Octo
er text: aid all the creditors of the said Jatmes
impsoti are hereby su mmoned personttally.
rby atorney, then and there in the said Court
s'hew canSe, if thtev can, why the betnefit of
me act afloresaid shiuil nio lie gritited ti thae
mid James Simpison, upoan his exc'entimg thei
sigtenit required by the Act aforesaid.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c r.
April 22,I1840. $ 14,50 ac 22
Jan-Yard & Shuoe Shop opened.
N the Edgefield Rlond near Mt Viningeu.
wher' good Cow Hides will lie hmi:gl.m,
rtannedi oii shire-ote half for tEi ottea
id fine Shoes, Boots, and Negro 'lsoes w''il l h
tide ott its good terms. and of' miateiials infei
ar to unite in the State.
Wasugon Iharness mnade. and Carriaige i~ar
ess repaireda. Anty articles tiade wll lhe ex
tanged for good Cow Hides. From aplient~
n to business, anti the best of Leather. the
ih~scrie'r hopes the pubhir a i gEnueral will fit
tnie his new efl'ort to arecommitodate thtis
istrict, andI waill casll and see htis work andi
idge for themtselves
Near alt. Vitatge, S. C.
Ma.c.,23 5-20w d 8
Vegetable Life Medicines.
'T HSlE 'Medicines are indebted for
their name to their nutifest and ed
sible action in purifying the sITings and
channiek of life, and enduing them witli
renened tone and vigor. In mauy hun
dred certilied cases which have been noade
public. and in almost every speciesof dis
ease to which the human frame is liable,
tIhe happy elfects of MlOFFATS LIFE
PILLS AND 1im.\lX BITTERs
have been gratefolly and publicly ac
knowledged by the persons bcnefitted,-and
will) were previou-ly unacquaiuted witli
the beantifulLy J)hilosophical principles
tiporttt with they are conpounded, and
upon which Yhey consequenly act.
The LIFE NEDCINES recommend
themselves in diseases of evety from & de
ecriiptinn. Their first opteialiol is to loosen
the various i-mpritics and crudities con.
stantly settling aronhd them, and to ro
move the inrdened faees which collect id
the convorti'tins of the small intestines.
Other medicines on.y partially cleans6
these ntl teave %tuch collected masses
behind as ro produce habitual costiveness;
wiih all its train of evils, or suddeu diarr.
hea, with its iinilinebt 'dangers. This
act is well known to all regular antitt
mislts, who examine the human boweli'
iter death" and brhce the prejudice gf
these well intlrmed men against quack
mtedicines-or medicines prepared and
heralded to the publie by ignorat'lj1 perbous.
The second elleet of the Life Medicines it
to cleanse the kidnes andti the bladder,
anl by this menna. the liver and the lungei;
the healthful action of which entirely de;
)ends 1upon the regularity of the urinary
organs The blood, which takes its red
color frm the ageury of the liver and thd
lungs before it passna inlo the heart. teing
hus purified by themi, and nourished by:
fmad consing from a clean stomach. cour
-es freiely through the veiitc, renews.every
part of the system, and triniphdiiiff
moutits the banner of hienhh in the blun0a
Mofati's Vegetabule Life Medicines havd
been thoroughly tested. and pronounced a
saovereian reiiedy f'or Dyspepisia. Flatu
-rey. Palpitation of the Heart. Loss of'
A ppetite. Heartibsrn ad He lach. Rest
ne'ss. Ill temper, Anxteiy. Languor amid
lelareholy, Costivenese, Diarrhcon, Chol
vra. Feaverst of all kinda, Rheumatism
Gout. Dropsies of all kinds. Gravel, Wormns,
.Ailina atin Constimption, Scurvy, Ulcers4
Invreterate Sores. Seobutie Ernlitions and
Bad C'omplexions, IErupltive complaints.
.iallow, Cloudy, nod other disagreeable
Complexions. Salt Rhwonm, Erysipelas,
Ce'mmot11nt Colds and Influeniza. and various
other complaint< which afflict the human
fraie. In Fm.vta and AGUE, particular
Iv, the Life 5ledicines have been most
. tinently sturessdf l: so much so, that in
tie Fever and Arne districis, Physicians
almost universally pirescribec them.
All that lr. Mofal requires of his pait.
.--tsi in to be particular in taking the Life
Medicines strictly according to the direc
uioinr. It is not by a newspaper noice, or
,;y anything that ie himself may say in
-heir lavur, that he hopes to gain credit.
It ist alone by the results of a fair trial.
L1IOFFAT'S ME DICAL S1ANUAL.
*lesigtned as a domestic guide to benth,
l'hi< little pamphlet. edited by W. B.
llufiht. 375 Brondway. New York, hat
been fI'blithed feor the purpose of explain
inc more fully Mr. Mafat's theory of dis
enses. ind will be round highly interesting
to perons seeking health. It treats upon
prevelent diseaios, and the causes thereof,
Price, 2.5 eents-for sale by air. 1ofl'at's
These Valuable Medic~ines nre for sale
by C. A. DOWD.
l-'dgefield C. 11. Mlarch 28, 1840 if 9
Citizens of Charleston,
A ND TllfE NE IG/IB0O.'ING ST.ATES.
YOU nre respiectfitlly iinformed that 70
sErsairnE 740-is miy O)fiice for
thue excinsme saileofi lsiA.\00L THl'SVEGE
rA BLI. UMaViiCSAl, PI LLS. P'rice twen
ty five cents per box with diiectioinsin English,
F'renich. Spamitshi Porituynese anud German.
Thle hugh anid universal reputtation of the
Iutantdeih Pills. re'nders it tnnecessary to comn
mient largely ont their partienflor virtnes. As an
anti-bmlieus and puirgtiie medicine, they are
tuneaulled by anay. Their purifying effect on
the blood is universally allowed-nil that have
ever used have approved and recommended
In many cases where the dreadinl ravages of
utlceratina had laid bare ligament nd bone, and ,
where to all appearance, ino huiman means
could save life, have patients by the use ofthese
Pills, beetn restored to good health; the devour
inig diseaise having beeiicompletely eradicated.
In consequience'A of the pleasantness of their
opierac on, they are universally used in every
acet0tn of this wide extended country where
they are ade know n, and are last sturperseding
every other Preparation of professed similar
imiport. Upwa rdls ofonirtue,. huisatten cses
have been certified as cnred, solelv from their
utset sinice the iatrodtuction of that'into the U.
.ites. thus estaeblishing the facet beyond all
donbt. tht the Bi:andreth Pis ensre the. (:appa
rety) tuost opposite disease-, by the onie
simpajle net of continiualb eva~cua:tiny thie bow
ilk withe thcem,' nil time dismense give's unty;
thaeflre, wha~tever miay he said of the THEORY,
the UTrauvY of the PRAcTICE is no0w DEYOID all
As llraireth's Pills enre Scnrvy, Costive
nme-.s, and its coniserinences, sensfaring men, .
anid till travellers to foreigmi regions. shonld tnot
Ihe withmont. iti ordter to resauit to them on every
occasionl of illness. No media inc chest is re
quired where thier are.
N. 1,-Time or clitnate affects them not,
provided t hey are kept adry. Sonthern gentle
meni wiill find this tmediciine one that wrill isure
..eahhl to time people on thi ir estates.
Be careful and tiever purchase Pills of a
Druggist. PROF EsstNG to be Brmandreilh's Pills.
Undcr so0 ctacUST-AscES is anmy one of this
aclass miiade ani Ar.-em. 3Mv .wn eitstatbished
Agents have ic v~z at .v anm'ENGRAIvED Certihi
enate signead S. trmi adrefh. M1. D. in my owne
hatndf writng. 'lTmis ist ra..ewedu yeari-nnd
whzen over tucea motnths afl. it nou laneger
.nauranIite the geninenesmts of' the maediitne,
it w onidi hei we'ill, ther'ia'ari', for purachasers to
caure'fudtf examuine thea (.ertifiente. The seal is
tnot wax. butt emibassedl on the piaper with a steel
seali. 11fthe genuine meadicine is obtained.there
is mo donhmft ofI its giving It' et satisfactiot,
anmd ift tlwho wvaat it are a arefiml tat go by the
moe dirctionius, there is littlc doubt but they
i I obtinm it.
Ratemewr '7t Meeting street, is the only
plaice ini Chmarlestont whe're the geuinme mieda
einte e'nn be abtlauinef, ande am W. W. Snlaes,Hnm-i
htirzt anid C. A. Dhown. Edgefield G.ti. the oinly
nthiorised Aretnts for Edgetield.