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New Fall and Winter
JOHN 0. B. FORD has received a
fidl a;ssortmeut Ed New aind Fashiona
ble Dry Goods, to which he ii daily receiv.
ing additions, which will be sohl whole.
sale or retail. at prices that cannot fail to
please all who may (to him the favor to
call, such a%
Wool-dyed, black, coloured, and mixed
Wool-dyed, black, coloured and mixed
Doe skin Cassineres,
Black, blue and mixed Saitinelts.
6-4 Cashmeretis lbr Ladies Cloaks.
Kentucky Jeans, from 37J ets. to S 25
Kerseys, Linseys, Country Cloths, Pad
Welsh and SCofils patent Flannels,
(warranted not to shrink.)
White, green, yellow &searlet Flannels
Green Baize and Floor Cloths,
Bleached & unblenhed Canton Flannels
8-4 and 9-4 Dutlil Blankets, R >se do
11-4, 12-4 and 13-4 Whitney do
300 ps. American Prints, from to25 cta.
100 ps. Manchester do. from 25 to 3-4
50 ps. extra super London .7-4 (o, the
4-4 French do. all new styles and se
lected from latest imporittions,
3-4, 7-8 4-4, 5-4, and 6-4 brow : and
bleached Shirtincs and Sheetings,
Black and colo'jred English and French
Black, col'd, printed and embroidered
Mooslin do Laines,
Black, printed and scarlet Meino, plain
and embroidered Thibet, Prussian,
Nett Wool, Tnglioni Cuasimere,
Camels [lair, Filet, spun Silk, Da
mask Satin and Broche Shawls,
Black Silk and Plush Mantillas,
Marseilles, Cashmere, Swansdown, Va
lentia, Woollen Velvet, plain and
figured Satin and English Vestings,
Lyons extra super black and blue black
Black Tabby Velvet,
Linen Cambric and Long Lawns,
Check stripe and plain Cambrics and
Check stripe and plain Swiss and Book
Birds-eye, Russia and Cotton Diapers,
6.4, 7-4, 8-4 and 10-4 Damask Table
6-4, 8-4, 10-4 and 12-4 white, brown &
coloured Damask Tahle Covers,
French Napkins and Towels, crash
Scotch, Mlanchester and Domestic Ging
Brown and black Holland, and leih
Cambric and furniture Ditn.ty,
7-8 and 5-4 brown Drillings,
A variety of stripcd and colored twilled
Methuen, Dorchester and Shetucket
Cotton, wetib and nctt Suspenders,
Cotton and silk Gum Elastic (o
V bite, brown, black, blue, mixed, slate
and Alerino-coloured cotton Hose,
and half Hose,
Black and coloured worsted and spun
Silk Hose, and half Hose,
Black ani coloured Cashmere. Mora
vian and English Silk Hose,
Poogee. Flag, Silk, Bandana and Linen
Flag, Damask and Spitalfield Twilled
Printed, Flag. ladrass and Verona Cot
Gentletmen's Silk, Kid, HI. S.. Bitck.
Lined Berlin, Cashmeroe and Wool
Ladies' Kid. H1. S., Cahmtere, Filet
and Long Lace dto. white, black &
Misses and Buvs do.
Aprotn and Futrinir Cheeks & P'laid.
Merino, spun Silk and Cotton nett Shirt
Ladies' (N. York city inate.) Kid Slip
pers, and litfants Sin-es,
Victoria Skirts, Corsets, Busks & Stays
Cotton and Chtinellet Cord,
Silk Coat cord and( Coat binding,
Gauze., Gro de Napj, changeabtle Silk
and I lernanni Dress Haindkech~ief1.
Blaelt. 1Filrt n'l Down Satin Scatrfs.
Black and wivte Filet andti LoEve Wils,
Black liobbinet t antd 11 ;amiltott do
Green, bilack and white Ganze do
Blk and green 4-41 ilk wire nett, for dou
Black atid white [tailia:n Cr-: pe, Velvet,
T'iTreta, Lutestrini, Ganzxe Cap,
Plaid Bonnet arnI Sauitn itibbon.,
1000 pieces Paper I anginogs,
25 dozen palmt leaf 110ods,
Super Florence Bratid and French De
Coloured Cottages andl French Rutlantds
Wreath4, Sprigs, Bandl Boxes, &c.
50 Reamts Eof Cap andl Letter Paper,
rule.t. lined, blue laid coloured &c.
Printing Paper supplied on short notice,
at lowest rates,
Domestic G3inhlains, Scotch Ginghams
andI Silk Ujtnbrellas.
Turkey Red Ocaapeu y. for Curtains,
Ball Twist, Sewing Silk,
Pattent and( Spool Thread,
Combs, Pins, Needles, lH ..ka and Eyes,
Buttons, Knives, Scissors, Razors, and
Pocket Books, Waltlets, Silk and Head
Purses andl Bags, and Titmbles.
Watch Guards, and Frencht Baskets,
Bosoms, Collars. and( Cravats,
Plain and trimmed Saetin Stocks,
Pencils and Points, Qoills, Steel Pens,
Cloth, Hat, Nail, T,,otht. and Shtoe
Braids, ITapes, Ferreting aiid Binding,
Galloons, leatd Rtibona, &c.
Suspetnder endls, andlE Pant. Straps,
Fluted Perenss4ian Caps,
Toys, Perfumery, &c. &c.
With almast every kind atnd v-ariety or
Fancy Goods, for sale at retail or by the
quaontity, to suit ptirlhasers.
Every article named is entirely new, and
the Fancy Goods of last fashions. Mlany
are rare, to be particular is i-npossih!e.
The choicest Goods the country affords,
and the best assortmient ever omered in this
naraket, and as5 god as in ay other, at
the lowest prices, is the ont) itnducement
so htas to olter the public. and(1the best re
turn he can make his former enstomer (r
teir liberal patronage. Store New Brick
Building, first door below H-ubbard's Hotel.
H nmhurg. S- C. Oct. 29. 1940 tf 40
Edgefield Village Fcmale
T HE exercise of this Iistittitioni will close
liar this year on the 4th December, and
will lie re,.umaaed on the first moniday in January
1841. Miss Richardson, who has tnost accept
ably perfoned the duties of Assistant this year
wili continie in the same D-piartment for the
next year. The M usical Depitrtment will con
tinue tit be filled by Mr. Bacon. The Rec
torcan acconodate thirty boatrder<. and in other
honses popils can be accoinmodated to an
TIRIS AS FOLLOWS.
For board, inclndig food. bedding,
washing, and lignts. $40 00
For inition in spellini, reading, wti
ting. and Arithme'tick, a6 00
For the above with Geography, En
glish Granmar and Parsingf, 6 00
For he above with Philosophy, Na.
tural, Menttd and Moral. logick,
Chymistry, Criticism, I'listory,
Butler's Analogy, Algebra,
Geometrv, &e &c. 1000
Latis. Greek, French. Italian, each, 8 00
Drawing and Painting, . 00
Oramniental Needle work, 600
Piano H15: harp $15; Gittar $;
Use of Piano, 300
Fire-wood. iii the Winter quarters. 50
Payinenti. qnarterly ii advance.
WILLINlX A. JOHINSON, Rector.
Edgeficld C. II. Oct. 15,1840. d 137
The Charleston Coirier. nuth Crar!inian,
and Tempieraico Advocate at Coluibia, Geor
gia Cons6tittionalist, Savannah Georgian, aid
Recorder & Watchm:n. oIt Raleigh, N. C. are
each reqittestel to give the above fhour weekly
insertions, and forward their accotnts to tis
olice for payment.
Augusta Fensale Senassaary.
r 'HE duties of this6F.M INA R Y will be
resumed on or about the iith of October, by
Ma s. H. L. MoisE, assisted by competecti atid
efficient Teachers. All the rauiclies (I t com
plete ENGt.i3H EDUcATION n ill be tatght. Also
FRENCH igandother L.%xGU.-Gr VocAL. 11il i.
TRUMENTAL Music, and DnAwNo and P.INT
iNo iti all their branclies.
TR131s. pr. qr. of 3 mos.
For English-trom $8 to $15.00
" French and other Langages, 10.00
" Music on the Piano, 20.00
Drawing and Painting, 12.00
Boarding & Lodging, lights & fuel. 50,00
A limited number of young ladies can he
coaortably accommodated in the innnediate
family of virs. Moise, whose attention will be
devoted to their morals and deportment.
Augusta, Geor. Sept. 22, 1840. c 35
The Edgefield Advertiser, will insert the above
three titnes tnd forward bill.- Constitationrdist.
Public Sale of a Plantation.
On the first Tucsday in December wert. at the
lower market in the city of Augusta, ofered
T HAT valuable Plantation, on the Savani
nnh River. in Edgefiehl District, South
Carolina. known as Horse Ursch, about a wile
and a hall below Augusta. contaitig 604 acres,
agreeably to plat, a considerable portion ofwhich
is fertile low grounds and hingglass Land
There is a Flat and a right way forever, secir
ed throngh the plantation of Mr. Watley, on
the Georgia side, directly opposite.
Termis of the salc--One-third cash, and the
balance in two equal paytients one and two
years. secured by mortgagre on the property,
and notes with two approived endorsets, with
interest P1 percent. per aninm frotn date ofdc
livery of plantation, on the first ofJaouary next.
Natnes of endorsers required on day o0' aalo.
E. F. CA.M IBELL.
Angusta. Oct. 1640. g 37
'The Edgefield Advertiser wilt please in
sert the above twice a week, until the day of
sale.and forward their account to E F. C.
A CA R D.
rp IF. Subscriber takes this method of in
Siirmii hi: friends and the piublic gener.
ally, that lie will coantiinte a
(Jcnerl Conunissjin and Factorage Business.
in this place. lie will attend to ihe selbing. re~
eeiving, torwardinig atnd storing~ of~ Cottoaa, or
other Produtce anud Me'rcha~ndize anad to the
buyitg atny atitcle or lill of articlesy entrtsted
to his charge. to all of which lie will give his
p iersnatl attenationi and will also matke hierail
tadvatices on Cotton shaippeda tharough him, tat
Chark-lstoat or Savanah W;.ilst solicitittt the
.miottage of his frietnds lhe begs leave to return
ttea his:,inicere thanks for paast lavors.
HI. L. .JEFF EtS.
lHamburg, S. C. July 24., 1840t 3mt 26
IN Store, tand for saile. to ordaer or otherwise.
a large aissortimnt of
Hemp and TI'ow Iagi.dng, Bale Rope
H. 1.. ..
I N Adaditon to tha attenitioni that I will dhevote
itoi a nl Comission and IFartorae hn lii
siiness, I have ini store anid wilt conttinne to ie
Prme sugtir :i,.i Collee,
IUngging and Rope,
Blanukets, Negr~o clnths, Osnahburgs,
Iron anal Nails.
Iavitg detaermtitied nsot to retail. thea above
will be sold by thie Uale. Piecae, oir Pack.'a, tat
low prices,as anin tduicement tia Puarchiasers.
Hamburg S. C. Sept. 12, l40 f 33:
COTTON WARE IIOUSE.
IIA MIUIG, S. C.
T li Subscribier hanvitng put hit WVARE
HIOUSEl in thorough repair. tad raised
it ibotnt live lfeet higher thain hetore, u' ich
makes it to haigh water. Planters and :aler
chants maay rest assured of no danger fraami highi
wvater, in storitng Cotton in this Warehtoause.
ie is thanikful for the liberal patraonage aif is
friends heretofore, and flatters himtself that by
his personal and a strict attention to buasiness.lae
will merit a conitinnance of the former liberal
piatronge bestaiwed on him.
Any Cottonathat he nay have in store. or that
may be sent tao himtohbe shipped to Chtarleston
or avautnah, will be strictly attended to.
Hamburg, Aug 20, 1840 if 31
In the Couirt of Ordinary,
Wilei D. Mounce, A pplicant,
Willian M1iounce et al., De fendant.
IT 'Appearing to mny satisfaction, that
Mi'hael Lewis and " ife Nancy, Willis
). Mounce and Alifred Mounce, defendants
in the above stated case, reside without
the limits of th~s State. Ii is therefore or
(ler~e, that they do a ppear and object to ie
ivi'ion, or sale of thie real estate of'Marthu.
Mounce, deceased, on or before the Jlth
clay of January next, 1841, pr their consent
to the same will be entered of record.
OLIVER TOWVJLES, 0. E. D.
r ct , 1A10 ah 28
NEW CASH sTORE.
'Thc nimble Sirpecr is better than tie slo
T II E Subscribers would respeefully inform
the citizens of Edgefield a nI the adjoin
ing couttrv, that they have comniced the
.1lercantile business upon the Cash System ill
the old stand of C. A. Down underthoe firm of
DOW I) & I:IGS,
IHaving jnst received from New York a new
and well selected assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
which they design selling for Cash, or approved
paper, on intterest only, they do assert that they
will dispose oif theins at lower raites than were
ever before known in this section of the cous
try, while they feel confident in being able to
suiit tie taste of the most fastidious in quality
Believing tiat every reflecting person will
at onace observe the advantages which we shall
posess in having the Cash to nake our purcha.
sets, we deem it nunecessary to enter into ainy
dtailed argument to satisfy our customers that
we canl tact tip to our profesion. Neither do
we conSider a catadonge of articles advisable,
as in consequence of daily sales, it must neces
snrily he incorrect.
All those who are desirous otr practicingr the
trne principles of econotm, anl ot purchasing
goois at unparalleud low lrices. we invite to
enll ;n.l exnaminn otir mtock. and become con
viticed that ouer profession exists not only in thie
will, but in the del.
RICHARD N. DOWD,
CHARLES A. MEIGS,
EdgefieelfC. H. Oct. 19. M-40. tf 38
A"NA WAY from the Subscriber. on Mon
It, day the 1ill inst.. ny A prentice, Robert
AdUeas. I do hereby ofli r a reward of 03 ets.
to any person that will tbring s:id Adamsto one;
and I hierther forwarn any lerson from trading
with saeieh Rbelsrt Adams. na I will not be re
sponesible for any of his conatrncts.
10 miles east of Edgefield
Sept 20, 18.-10 35
The Aguasta Constitutionalist will please
give the abovie thee iusertions and forward its
necounrat to Ithis oflive.
LARD AUND URCKS,
-er Salc at Pollersrillr.
A GOOD spilply o botlh strait and circular
BRICKS ar httilingchitnaeys and wall
ing-- ip wels-Furet lernt-now, and will
tea1 keut conastanly (oe hand.
The Lard 112t cents per Ilh., and Brick $10
per thonsand. J. W. GIBBS & Co.
Pottersville, Oct.-5. 140 W
( W ater-Pr'oo.)
Wo.l R E - 110 US E,
T HIE Stulbseher is uch aratitied thaut he
is onece more abl- to eiiier his services to
his friends and old cest..mers, and the utblie
generally in the I I're-Hllusr atind Commission
liusiness lie flatters himsae itha the eligible
location ofhis Ware-Hfouse. and its compasrative
imuntily from the risk of fire and flood, will
lrocaare hiin a liberal ptronage.
lie thas rebauilt the It'are-ljuose fermterly
known as Adams $. lid'alker's, and is filling tp
one win, of it above the hitaihest water-maark of
the late fresbet, !or tle piurlise o sturing there
it the Cotton of Paners and Country Merchants.
Tlhis site is at least two feet higher itan any
other ware-hoaase in town; anl the division
iht haes been elevated will store from jet)o to
110 Wilil OUR CUautea, ULd .etIeeie5 CU meurde boal
ness as is usiclly transneted by Commission
Merchants. nt as low a rate as others enegaged
in thesname calling.
In again offering his services to his friends
and the public, the subscriber canot refraia
from acknowledging the liberal patronage lie
once received from them; nod hopes by his at
tention to lutsiness that it will he renewed, and
it will be thankfidly received.
G LLOTIIUN WA LKER.
Hamibaurg, Aaugast 8. 1$40 tf 28
Medical College ofGeorgia.
Aucturra, depsuember, 1e540.
T lIE Ninthb Conarse of Lecttures in thais In
-tituationa will comm~aencte on the secnd
Moaciety. the 9th oef naext Neeveseber, atnd termain
uat' on t'he lirst Saturaday of Macrch following.
Fee for tiidl Ceantse oef Lectures, $115 00
IIlartietaetiaon. (piaid bmt ience.) 5 00
Arrancgemenats leave beens made by which Stu
denats ccnn thc sitppied from Enrope with inastrtt
mencats otf till kindes, Skeletones &c.
1l Thetalty tare
G. .31. Nisw-rio. SI. D.. Professor of Aatomv.
L. A. lDvt;as, U. [).. Professor of Phisietloay
tandh P'athlscoegical Aenatotny.
C. IV. Wcx.er. .I1. D.. P'rofesscor of Chcimnistry
ad Phnaic y.
I. P. G. si acn-, '1. 1).. Professor of Theapenitics
and eat1atericin1 Medice.
J. A. Ev:. M1. Di., Professor of Obstetrictsa and
lDi-,ensaes of \Woeses tansd Inafies.
,. V, lOot. 3l. h)., Peoeitsscr of the listittes
tandl Prcetice ao Mediscine.
P. F. Ec's, .31. 1)., Preisscor of the Prianepes
anad P'ractice oif Surgery;
G. 31. N w roa,. 31. 1)., Demaonsetratcrs of A
Jenst lc L,:sraEnt ',1. )., atomuny, withoaut ad
PAL:L F. EVE, M. D.,
Se pt. 1. Denan of Faentity.
EY T'he ahtfadelsch Advertiser. Greentville
Monmtacaineaer, S. C ; Ssutherns lterorder, Iedt
etaI aiisn. Cat'ntinesbu qs agretr. Scivanahl
Georg.inn.Geo(rgins. Mohaie llegiue'r. Huntstsville
Demoaecrnat, Aleaboae Joutrneal, 'lTuscalooea Fltag
of Uni ion,.\ It btmm stcfloridlan., Floridca;nndie Nasha
ville linner, will pubtlisha thte above advertise
mnit wee~kly to, thea ntnnt aef~$5 each, acid
forwvard slaeir reiceipss teo thce Daea,
Br'ought to the Jail
O F this District, a neero mau lby the name
of Donaieon. nhlicnt 18 years of age, dark
cemplenici lie - list tharee inesa tend n htalf
ligh. Ie IhIss a seare over his left eye. ,mdac his
right evc touth osat; and ithe other vetry incha
ehecnye'te tee alsis las a ceat on heis tight feoot.
lHe says lee beclungs to Mr. Jiamtes Bnraret, of
Heosint Counsitv. Ga. ande that lee ranncwtay
absent thatetmidh'- of Auguisi last.
VTe ownter is requtested to acomea fosrwarud,
provae property. ptay chargets asnd take haiim
Sept 22. 180If 341
ESTIR A YED,
F ROM thse Saubscribter, abosut the 19th oef
M~archi least.'d Colts, tase cc daark irian grey
filly. th ree yars ethl whem, se heft, shte land ona
at Coantiots size iruon be'lt. attnceceid le a heather
collar. faestenued eat with a he'athaer latich. Th'le
itaet, a year old. bright buy htorsae cola, with
some whuite ksnias on thce body, anad a blaeze its
the face. I will atnterilv reward anyvone who
will stap staid colts, or cither ot thettn, anad give
se inforationa; direct to Mta. WVillhing Porst OI.
ice S. C. SIMI.ON CROUC H.
Mt. Willinig, Atug. 22. 1840Ih 30o
A W ARNIN4G.
A LL wthot are indaebated to thee late firma oef
Bland Catlini & Cia will pleasee mnakepay
ntt with the least possible dehsey.
Ed.ield s, Ii M. _Vcrt 1.4. 1540 tf 37
Receiving & Forwarding
Wtge & nIdssmn
B U S I E SS
IAIMUIikIRG, S. C.
T HE Subecriber respectfully tnkes leave
to renew to his customeas, his sincere
akntowledgments for the exteansivo patronage
hitherto bestowed on him; and would beg to, as.
sure them ofa continanace of that strict alten
tion to their intert-sts, whicho, from a largely in
creased business, he flatters himself has been
He deems it unnecessary to dilate. to M Fa
CHIAN-TS, on the evident stiperiority of his claims
to their p:atronage as a IECEIVING AND
FO liF.I(DING AGE-M.-lis long crperiene
in that department; rigorous obserrance of in
structions, and the rates of 1lauling; his fentire
sotention being restricted to a Coumissiona Baa.
siness alone; ad the isolated anal elecated posi
tion of his warehouse, thus lessening the risks
from fire nad inanditionos; are circumstances,
which, eith all due deference, entitle hit to a
To P.AXTERS le would again tender ais ser
vices in the sale of their COTTON aad 'other PRo
DUC.: to this departamet he appropriates his
persona attettit, and fromaa his prnetenl knowl
edge of this business, he feels assured he will
pionmote thp intetests of those who mauy consien
to himl. J. F. BENSON.
Ilambiri, S. C. July 25. 1840 f 30
Citizens of Charleston,
AND THE NEIUjB0:1ING ST ATES.
Y OU are respectrully infoawed that 70
II ETr STREET 70--is Iay Office for
the exclusive saile oat BhANDRI-.Til'S VEGE
TAIBLr. UNIVERSAL PiLLS. Price twen
ty five cents per box, with directionsin English,
Frenclh. Spanish Portignese and Germana.
The high and universal reputation of the
BMantdeth Pills, renders it umanecessary tocom
nent largely on their partieular virtues. As an
anti-bilimons and purgative medicine, they are
unequtalled by any. Their purifying efiect on
tle blood is umiversally allowed-all that .have
ever used have approved and recommended
Int many cases where file dreadful ravages (of
nlceration had laid bare ligament and bone, and
where to tall appearance, no human neans
could save lil, have patients by the use ofthese
Pills, beetn restored to good health; the devour
inig disease having b-etcomnpletely eradaaed.
fin consequnence of tie pleasantness of theia
operation, they atre tniversally use-d ito every
sertioa ofthis wide extended counry where
Uey tire made knon, and are fast surperseding
every othear Prepartitatio of professed similar
imnport. Ulpwarls of Fonarteetn Thoo~anaul cnses
Iave bett cerailied a.s enred, solely from thei
use since the itaroduction of that into the U.
States, thus establishing the lact beyond all
doubt, that tle lrantdreth Plls cure the (appar
runtly) most opposite disease., by the one
sitiple act of continamtlly evactating the how
els with theam, mtil ie disease gives way;
tllereire. what evr may be said of th iTHROY,
th1e UrLaTr of*tlie P.CricE is now BEYOND all
As Brandret!'s Pills cure Scurvy, Costive
ness, and its conseodtences, seasiaring mena.
iand lt traveller. to toreigni regiono, should mot
be without. in order to reosit to the ot (in every
ocea.sion ofillness. No medicine chest is re
quired l where they tare.
N. B,-Titme or climate am'ofe them not,
provide aore kept dry. Sonahern gewle.
,no-n wv;IlI finti 1thim mneiino ono timt willinsure
health to the pieoiple onl tlac ir estates.
Be curel'ail noid never pmrclase Pills of a
Druggist. ra'or.sso.c to be Brandreth's Pills.
Unader No CiRcUMSTANCEs as itaty ote of this
class made an Agent. My own established
Ageats have IsvAIanBY.v a ENa.vEa Certiti.
cate. signed B. Bramdreth. 31. 1), in amy owl,
hand writing. This is renewed yearly-and
when over twelve monoths old. it no longer
guarantees tle genineness of* tla medicine
ii n oanld he wvell, theorefonre, for putrchoasers 00o
carefuall% examineoa thae (ertificmge. Thle seal is
not wvax. buat nambomz.edl on thae pn pemr with a steel
seal. 10 he genutine maeodiciaae is oabtanined.thoere
as nao doanht of its giving perlimet satisfaction,
tand if till whto want it are eanrefuol to go by the
above directionas, thoere is little doubt butt they
widl obtaina it.
Rcaeaawher 70 Meeting street, is the only
pltace in Chtarleston whtere thae genaoiane amedli
cioae coo a hebtaitned, aand at WV. WV. Sals.H~am
brt atal C. A. Downo. Edgefield G.H. the oaaly
authlorased Agenots for l'dgefieldl
AGENTS FOR SOUTih CAROLINA.
Stephen Owenm, Aiken ;Dauvidl Taurnter.
Bennafort ; John McLnren. Ahheville; Williaom
Ciouninghamr. Connmbin; Eli.;ah Alexander,
P'ickens ; John lanstie, Peadletonm; Saanomel
WVilmno Ge'orgetowna, McLaure. lraiwle'y &Coa.
Clhester; Churres WVilcox. Coosrawhatchoie: Ma
ker & livnaa, Banwell K. H.:l). & Ii. B.
Rtice, Graham's P. 0.. Bartowell District..
Gaianes & Blallinig, Goreenuville District ; Rentbena
Gross. Lexinr ton: lintstie & Nicthol, G;reentville
C. II.; Johna G. Tonathe, Y'nnmtneeville, Ftat
field luist. ; Sylvester llenach. (lranaguburag,
Itan'h& Johnmasom, \'ewhoerry ; Rtice & C'uter.
Amderson :Joames E. Gee,' Leesville, Lcxinou
tont District; Harkedale & Saxonm, Gaeonsville,
Veron & Mitchoell Spartainhnrg , P. J. Fester,
Foster's, ~Uniotn Distract; JohntMcLur,Uiow
ville, George 8.eei, Yorkviile; A. Ii. Cham-an
hers, WVinsboro' :C harles Molter, Edicto Blaond,
Jotn imasser. Camden; suttznnel . ihanot,
Georgetown; Maker & Byon, Biaranwell; E.
Gartigne, lilackville, B.rnwell; E D) Felder,
.ilwauy, Barnwell; Gnagley & Drummnonod;
Lower Tlhree ituons, Barnwell; Philip Choar
ratrnd, IBrantchville. Oranogehuarg; A. Stevenoson,
Pickneyville, Uanion, uand B. Jandon, Robert
Febt l:t, 1W40 tf 2
A LL Persoans iomlebted to theo Estate of Jan.
tiSmyly, deceasedl, eiaher by note or atc
colut, tire eanestly and lastly reoinested to
maoake iammdiate paymeant. zf they wish to
save thae exnenuse ofcost, tus it is a matter of
imoporatrmecan'witha me to bring the butsiaoess to a
close. I'Tis beainag thae last nntice I inotenod to
give, you may do well tonatiendl to it.
J~lhN 8. SMYLY.
Sept. 17, 110l tic 3h4
N. BI. I wod aulso state thatt tafter the first
of O ctobler tnext. I ' i l ot t-aike .ianv Georg:ia
mioneoy with outt time customtary rate oI'da.counat.
D E V Ti TRKY.
NPEA LE U, Sursyn Drnltist. respecttial
S eiaifaaoms laIthal'bh tatnt hoe las aalb' o
at Olli1ce art Mr. Goonas sH otel, said is pre
poared to p~erfm m tall operationas relative to lain
P'rofessiono, snach as
Plugging. Cleaning. FilinJ and Ex tracting
Hie is also prepar, d to soet partial or frail set
of Incorruptible Trith. man Yivots, or oan Gold
Plmates tater the moost scien' ific prinacipIle.
N. B3. Ladaies waited ono tot their roomos.
Ed.. sfielod Oct. 1. hR10 " d 35
BO K &. A B PRINTING
OF Every description executedl with
neataness ntnd despatch, at the Oflice
on 'thnDFonerLrD AnVFRTISV.
State of South Carolina.
Stephen Terry and In Equity.
wile, and others. vs.
Tandy Burkhalter. Partition.
N OTICE is hereby given that by virtne o
an order from Chancellor Johniason,
slall offer for sale to the highest bidder. at Ed-e
field Court House, on the firat Monday iii e
cemnber next. the real estate of Jlhn Burkhial
ter, late of Edgefield District. consisting of twi
tracts of land. as follsws, viz: one triet where
on the deceased resided. sitnate in Edgefislk
District. oat the % aters of Beaver-Damat Creek
waters cif Turkey Creek. &c., containing oaa
thousand and eiglty-eight acres. (utore or less,
and adjoaitninsg lands of John Hollingswordi
Calib T:lly, Perrin Jones, and Mrs. -
Jones: the other trnct, situate on the sad Ben
ver Dam Creek, containing two hunldred acre
(more or less,) and adjoinim: the former traie
and lands of the said John Ilollinssgworah,Johl
Siam kinas anad (tteridlge Tlttncasd. The sai
tracks to be sold separately. on a credit of ont
and twi vears. except so mauch as auy be am
cessatv to pay the costs. whicl ts-ust be paid ii
cash.' The 'purclneers to give bonls and pei
sonal securiy.,.1al , s namortgage of the premise
to secure tho purchase noney.
J. TERRY, C. E. E. D.
Commissioner's Office, I
Edgef!i, Nv.3, 1P40 $7 126 e 40
btue Of S01111i arlt-ina.
ABBEVILLE DIS rRICT.
John Wilson Aduo'r of BiUfor Rd
IIgha Wilson, vs Jennet
Wilson, William Wilson Injunction.
'E)RSUANT to the 'order of Clsancelic:
P Daunkin. mad(- in this cuse.:ll the credi
ors of lugh Wilsoa, tit the tine of' h.is deat
whose demasands shall iot have been fully an
p roperly paid by his administrator, are herel
aotified to present and prove their deanads bi
fore me on or betore the first day of' Januar
next. A. D. I41: and the creditors of the sai
Hbgh Wilson, deceased, are hereby notifie<
that the Decree of Chancellor Dusakin ordei
that the Comnia'sioner rause two inonths In
tice to be inserted in such pusblic papet or pi
pers as he may deem proper for all the credi
ore of the said Hu;:h Wilson to presents usi
prove their demands before the Coamtnissione:
and that sach of the creditors as shall not pro
sent and prove their deanitids on or belbre
peremptory day to be fixed by the Conmi:
sioaer shall be excluded from the benefit of th!
It is further ordered that upon notice of thI
de'cree being given to any of the creditors I
Hugh Wilson, steh creditors shall be enjoinme
frctn commencement or further prosecution (
any suit at law against the admiuistrator afort
It is further ordered that the administrat'
do accTmunt befcre the Commissioner concert
ing the estate' f hIis imntestate; and that th
Commissialner do report the demands agaim,
the estate of IInagh Wilsmn, which miay be pro%
ed, sarrangaed in order of'legal priority: and th<
balnasce in the hands sit the aduimistrator, afte
allowing all proper pa sents and expenses.
lIENJ. Y. AfAlTIN, C. E. A. D.
Comn'r's tlie. $12 75
AlIswille C. II. SNept. 2, 1840. 2ma 32
btatt- (f 1ot1h CrO lina.
Charles Cosnahan, and otlaets, Bill for
vs Thomas Cosnahan and
Lucy Mosley. Distribution.
IT is orderc'd that the Defeund at Thus. Cos
nalian, who is said to be absesnt and fron
withom the limits of his States, do plead, an
mwer. or demur. to the aIillor tho Comnplainant,
i, this --ase, within three naonths from the puls
ication of' this order, or the bill will be taker
A. P. A LDRICH. C. & R. E. 1. D.
July 29, 1840. ac 27
State of South Carolina.
A BBEVI LLE DIST R ICTr.
IN TIHIE COMMON PLE AS.
Wilson & Ilcadge
vs Case ons Attachcment.
William M. Bailey
Whaere-ts thsePlainstih' have this day filed theit
declarationi in thec Clerks Office of' Abbevilha
District. sgainast thme Defendant. who is absen
lroma, atnd withsout the limsit- of this Slate', eant
:sas sneithaer wife nsor astornay, knocwan withir
the same. npicon whfosm a copay of she said decsa.
raticon with a rtsb- to plead unrto, mauwat he
served: It is thaerefocre ordered. thaat the snic
defeandasnt dco appe'ar aacd lada to thec said Dec.
sarsiatn withina a yeas' aid a day. l'roma this date
or juidgemaenit. finasl anad absolute will be awar
ded iagaiss haim
.JOH N F. LIVINGSTON, c. c r.
May ]].1840 w a x $750 nqe
State of' Soulth ('arolila.
JN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Leroy Tav hcar. vs. Altachmient
Ivy Trsiylor. 5 Assumpsit.
FE H Ilis Plantiff ina Ihis enase, havinsg thsis day
I filed his declarntiona, and thme Delendaa
havinag tnc wif'eor Attornaey, kinown in this S'tate,
upon~' whom a capy ofthsesasme cana he' served,
Oan motion. crdered thsat thme said Defendant
do appent amnd pleadI to the said declaration.
withisn a veer andl sa day f'romt thse pssblicatiaa
heeosf, or final and abssslute jttdgmsent will ha
awarded againast haima.
JNO. F.. LIVINGSTON, c. c. p.
Masy 9. 1840. 5 a 'r $7 50 age 15
o"ta i of ?"luttl Carliaa.
IN TH E COMMON PLEAS.
Allen S. Dozier, Foreign
Williams Ysrborousgh. Attachament.
H E plainatiff having this aa file'd his de
Sclaration in my office, asd the dlefendsan
havisng no wife or ssttormaey knoawn tca be withis
the state, supom whcmn n coptv rould be ser.
ved iih a rsule so pale'ad. It' is ordered that
the def'enanat doa plead to the said declia
ration withsin a year smnda a dssy, f'roma this dste,
or tinsal and abs'oltute jusdgmen'st will bc aswarded
againsthitm. (EO. POP'E, C. C. P.
Edgefield C. II. 5$7.50 o. &u. oqe 41.
Nosv' 6th 1s.39.
State of South I ar'oliua.
In THE COMMON PLEAS.
Jatsses Harion Atutachmnett.
vs Henry L-vsas Debt ons Judganmnt.
3 H E Plainatil' ina this cense, haavinsg this day
filed Isis declsaration, and the Defensadant
havinag no wife car Attornecy ksaown in this
State, upon wh~oma a copy of thme suame can be
served; on motions of Plaintiff's Attorney, Or
dered, That the said D~efesadhtnt do appjearand
plead to the said declsaratiosn within a year anc
a day from thae pubslicatiosn of this order, os
judgemenat will berenadere$ against lainmprcons
caso. GEO). POPE, e.~c. e'.
Nom.5,r 3n ws-wvfra 5O aqe 4f
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
William Keower ,
vs Case on Attaclmen..
r Thse P'laintiff having this day Giled his decia.
ration in the Clerks Office of Abbeville District
- against whe defehant, iso is absent from and
I without thelimitsothe State, and has neither
wire, nor attorney, known wiihin the sami,
>11pon whom acopy of said declaratiet ithight
be served: It is therefdre ordered, that the said
Defendant, do appear and plead to the said
,Declaration, witinn a year and a day from the
filing of this Dcelaration, or final and absoluta
judgment will be given and awarded aaist
bi]n. JiHN F LININGSTOXN.c. i.
Clerk's Of0 a,
May 11,1840, wau $750 e
%tate of South CarolineI
I 1N THE COMMON PLEAS,
- Nathaniel J Davis,
Administrator of Joseph AI&eAm -
Davis. deceased, A ,.ip sr,
a Gariishee, vs
Williams r. Lumpkin.
T HE Plaintiff having this day filed his dee
laration in my oltice, and the Defendant
having no wike or Attorney known to. be with.
in the Stat- upoii whoim a copy with la rare
to plead. could lie served. On motion, Odsr
ed that the J'efeadant do plead to the said d
claration within a year and a day or finAl and
absolute jntgment will be awarded agist hid.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, C.C. P.
Clerk's Offce, Z
July 16, 1840. Sa T $7.50 aqe 25
State ofSouth Caro la.
an Order 1from. the Court *f Com
d mon Pleas, in the above stated case,
I, I shall proceed to sell in the Town of Ham.
'a burg, on Wednesday the 18th of iAvem
her next. one House aid Lot in said Towa,
kinown in the plan of said town as Lo -
No 12, hounded Norib by Mercer slreer,
d South by Market street, and East by Lot
No 11, to be sold on.,a credit of three
a m1m1bt. The titles to be signed, but not
deliered until the plirhase money be
9 paid, according to the terms of sale; and
if the amont of the purchase money be
not paid when due, the property will be re
d sold on account of the former purchaser.
, for cash. Cost and Sheriff's commissions
to be paid in cash.
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
r Oct 24, 1840 *1 e 39
e tate of :oth Carolina.
r E P. Noble, vs
John Kutnningham, and wife,
Patrick Noble, Billfer
Alexander Noble. Partition.
J. Bauiaw Nobie and
Elizabeth Noble. I
- T appearing to my satisfaction that Patrick
Noble. one of the defendants in this case,
reside without the limits of this State: Ot
motion, it is ordered that the said defendant do
appear, and plead, antswer or demur to the
coim plainnt's Bill, %% ithin three nionths front
the date of thisi publication, or tho said bill will
be taken pro ronfesso against him.
BENJ. Y. MARTIN, c. z.1. .
Sept. 14, 1840. ac 33
State or Southl Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Joel J. Lipflord, Awschmen
Garnishee, .ie Assumpsit.
William 31. Bailey
8 3 'H E Plaintilf hiavinr this day filed his dee,
I laratioin in mny office, and the IDefendant
having no wife or Attorney known to be within
the Site. non whom a copy could be served,
with a ruil" to plend. Otn unotion, ordered that
the Dietendaint do plead to the said declaration
within a year and a day from. this date, or final
atid absolute judgment will be awarded against
hu. JNO. P. LIVINGSTON, c. c. v.
May 9, 140. 5 B&T $7 50 sgel15
s'tate of South Cai olinia.
OD E RT C. RI'lTC HEY living about four
miiiie l.b east of'Abheville C. House,
tolls before~ me. imne brown hay Mare, abott
fouirteenaand a hialf hanids high, siupposed to be
three years o'ld last spi ing, blac k maine, tail
and legs. No wvhite, iior any other marks a
bontt her, appears to be quite gentle, and trots.
A ppraised at 60 dollars.
JA3Ilr.S CA RSON, J. Q.
A' .vil, C' i Anmr 27.18i40 amd 31
State of Sotuth (Carolina.
A U H VI L LE DIST RICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
M. 0. Ttulman Asseursir,
Ephrnimi Vessels. A'rracniuzarr.
H l'H Plaittif having filed his 'declaration
Rir. the Clerk's Oiffi'e 'on the sixteenith
day of October last, anti it appenting thtat the
defenslant is from, and without the lismits of tbe
State,atid havin! neither wife nor attorniey with
in the said Distrt, on whom a rule to plead
can be served. It is thierefo.re ordered; that the
defendant do plead tothe said declarationi with
in a year and a day. from the filing of the dee
latratton, or final and absolute judgnienit will be
entered against hitm, by defamlt
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r.
Ckrk's Oftie,~ a~
hta te ol f .1oth 1 'irOiiia.
IN THIE COMMON P.LEAS.
Wlilliami Daniel, v~s Attachmecnt
*W il limSalter.3 ' ssumnpsit.
T H E Plantiff having this day filed his de
.3 elaration in the above stated case, and i
haviung no wit'e or attorntey known to be with
in this State, upjon whoam a copy of the said
declarntioti with a rule to plead can be served.
It is ordered that the said IDfndant do appear
and plead to the said declaration, within a year
and a day, from the puiblication. hereof', or finial
atnd absoltite jtudgwut will he awarded agajitt
him. G EO. POPE, c. c.r.
March 26, 184O, G& * 7 50 ad~2
-- Boots, Brogana~. Ec.
r1 lE Subscriber has .jiss# eceived, on
lConsignmtfent, and will sell low for -
cash, or on short time to punctual cus
One case Seal skin Boots,
One do Brogans, atnd.
36,000 Cigars. B O D
First door bd~ow Hjubbard's Hoel.
Ilamnbnrg. Oct. 27,. tf 40