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R ENAINiNG in the Post Office at
. Edgenield C. House, S. C. on the
let of January, 1841.
Addaus, Ed. C. Ataway, W. & S.
Breithaupt, T. Breithaupt, Mrs. T.
Bird. T. B. 5 Bird, 1).
Bird, li-;s M1. S. Blicker. B. M1. 2
Brooks, W. 2 Brooks, Samuel
Bird, Eldred M. Benton, John
Butler, Thomas P. Berry, Jessee
Bale, Murtt Bnssy, Euberson
Corley, Baily C;ha ppel, % ni.
Collins, Lewis Cloud, Philip
Collier, llilry Collr.s & lcDaniel,
Cook, Win. sen. or Cook, Jeremiah Esq.
Cawley, Mathey Collier, H. M.
Coleman. Wan. S. Christie, Col. S.
D, E & F
Durisoe, Wr. F- Evans, Benij.
Elkins, 'Wm. Eikier, Phillip
Eid.;on, James Elesmore, Allen
Ethrodee, Joseph S. Fair. John U.
Frazier, Col. M.
G, 11 & J
Glover, C. J. Gruit, John
Garren. L..betrt Gridin. R.
Geyer, Dr. GaretyN, M.
G'oodmn:ma;, Mr. Hodges, A. T.
3ill mzirt.. Alary Hardin. Mr. W. C.
Hjea nmt Haiei. loward.Thomas C.
Huilian, D. H. Hightower, W. B.
Henney, J. S. kHaunmond, Benj. F.
Harris, John C. Johnes, Mrs. lartha
Joosou. Samuel or Edward fluicher.
K, L, M & N
Kimball, MIrs. Joh Leitch, Wm. Y.
Lanham, Thos. W. Landrum, R
Mitchell, Joseph Mays, C.pt. S. B.
.Mays. J. J. Mays, Rhydin G.
Miles, Lewis G. Mays. Esq. R. H.
Marsh, Esq. mn. lcllobinson.James
McCarty, Jacob MeCan, Wm.
Montgomery. R. P. Maceinna. Wm.
3MeCan, Wit. E. blarvin, D.
Nance, Miss E.
P, R & S
.Posey, Elbert Pealor, Joseph 2
Powel, Miss Sarah Phillips, Rev. Jos.
Pew. Esq. Jacob Parmenter, Ed, C.
Poildred, Miss Elizaloethk
Rareden, Sanders Re.,dv, Dr. J. C.
Richardton. Mrs. Mary A.
Randolph, James 11. Ration, Elizabeth
Robertson, Wim. R anson, .\ nuroe
Roper, j.n. Joel Rotton. Willis
Samuel, Harris Sateler, Sauni el
Sharpton. A. B. Srmilov, J. S.
atuple, Lewis Simkins. Arthur
T & W
Tibbetts. Mrs. II. C. Tomjpkii.4 Col. J. 3
Thomas, S. W. Tenant. Dr. G. 2
'T'horu, W. B. Tailor, Mrs. B. F.
Wardlaw, F. Ii. Wigfall, Esq. Win.
Wigfall, Col. L. T. Williams, Henry R.
Watson. Lewis Williams, Uriah
Persons wishing Letters from the above
list, will please ask for advertised letters.
B A. WALLACE, P. M.
Jan. 1, 1841. Letters 124 e 49
T IIE Subscriber takes this metld of say
ing to those indchied to the old firm ,it
Nicholson & Presley, on note-s aid -ccC6t11s
for the year 1839, and previos, that necessi
ty compels ue to request them to co-me fo-r
ward and pay ip). I ow'e money due onl the
Ist ot January next. and cant exteiid I-mger
indligeuce. I woild also say. that I wish to
make ani iivariale rtle in m bu.i tess lo have
all accounts ligniidated the 1st oif Jatiuary each
year. which will save tue contsiderable trontble,
Mind be lfor the interedt of my ensitenrs.
Dec. 10tf 45
T~ HE Sublscibler's make this laa~t call on all
1.those inidebted to them, to come forward
and liqnidate their notes :ai-l necountts. without
delay, as we are dlet,.rtunned 1( to$ oe1) our
business. All those who do not take advantage
ofthis notice,hby the firteeth day of Jannry
next, will find their notes and accoutnts tm the
hands of an Attortney for collection.
C. L. GOODWIN.
GOODWIN. HARRINGTON &. Co.
HARRINGTON & BRYAN.
Dec.7, 1840 tr' 45
F OR Sale at the Vtanchse Factory, a few
bak-s of heav y anid Sutperior Lindsey. for
Negro Colotig, inanufacturied of excellett
NOV. 2, 184tf 40
State of South Carolina.
ABBEVILLE DiSTR ICT.
IN TH E COMMON PL E AS..
Wilson & Hodge)
vs >Casc on Attlaciusmcut.
W'dliam M. Bailey.
Whereas thuePlainati have this dzay filed theit
deelaration in the Clerks Ollice of A bbeville
District, against the Defenadant. who is absent
fiom, and without the limits of this Statse, and
as iteither wife tnor attornay, known withiti
the same, upon wvhoim a copy of the said dlecia
ration with a rule to plead unto, might he
served: It isq therefore ordered, that the said
defetndant do appear and p)lead to the said Dec
laration,.withina a year aid a day, from this date,
or judgement, final and absolute will be awar
ded against him.
JOHN F. LIVINGSTON, c. C. P.
May 11,1840 5w &x $750 agje
State of South Carolilna.
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEA S.
M. 0. Tulman ) Assuoa esrr,
Ej hraim Vessels. A-rneIMn.
HE Plaintiflf having fil his declara tion
in the Clerk's Office on thme sixteetnth
day of Oetoher last, and it appenling that the
defendant is frotm, and without the~ limiits of the
State,and having neither wife tnor attornmey with
in the said District, on whom a rule to plead
can be served. It is therefore ordered; that thte
defendant-do plead tothie said declatration wvitli
in a year and a day, from the filing of the dec
laration, or final and absolute judgmient will be
entered against him, by default
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. p.
J a n k ' 1 6 , 1 6 4 0 w & P $ 6 a q d 5 l
Wanted to Bire,
FOR'the present year, a good Cook,
FWashier and Ironer, for a small fami
ly; an elderly woman, wihout childre,i
would be preferred. Also, a small Girl to
Nurse. Enquire a~t this Of1ice.
an 14. 1S41 ~ 'tf 50
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Firi
. Fatcias. I shall proceed to sell at
Edgelield Court House, on the first Mon
day and-Tuesday in February next, the
following property viz:
G. L. Penn & Co., vs Hollis Dunton.
one tract of land, known as the iAlorgan
tract, adjoining Charles Price and others;
also one negro man Ned.
D. Willamats, vs Riley Padget and Lewis
Padget. one onare.
Dianiel Quazdelbttn,, (hearer,) vs Sam
uel Wingard and wife . I . Sawyer and
John V. Sawyer, two negroes, Charles
Marin Posey, vs John Bridwell, One
Elisha Robertson, vs B. T. Rearden and
Tolbert Cheatham, the tract of land where
d efendant Cheatham lives, containiig Iwo
hutndred c& lily acres. more or less, adjoin
in. It. Howard and others.
Felix E. Bodie, for Nathaniel Corley.
vs lloratio Haney, one hundred and fifty
acres of land, moro or less, adjoining lands
of N. Norris and others.
William H. Yeldell, Administrator, vs
Margaret O'Gilvie and Tolbert Cheatham
one tract of land where defendantt O'Gilvie
lives adjoining John A. White and others.
Also, one other tract, containing one Iun
dred acres, more or less, known as the
Tonmkins tract, adjoining Jeremiah Seig
for and others.
E. Chamberlin, vs Margaret O'Gilvie,
the'above described property.
Temple Martiit, vs the same, the above
Elizaheth illins. alias Elizabeth flow
ard, vs the same, the above described
Eli Milton, vs John Marsh, one tract of
land containing two hundred and fifty a
cres, more less, adjoining Elizabeth Car
ter and others.
L. Giddings, vs Richard Johnson, the
tract of land where the defendant lives,
adjoining Daniel Prince and others.
loses liolateen, vs Samutl Barker.
George Sawyer and Elijah Whittle, one
tractof land vheru the defendant lives, ad
joining lands of Z. Miller and others.
Jacob B Smith, vs Sterling Powel, one
tract of land, lying on lorse Creek, ad
joininag Darlin Walker atnd others.
Archibald Clark, vs Cullin, Robert, and
Joshua Clark, one tract of land containing
one hundred acres, more or less, lymtg on
the Mathis Road, adjoining Mrs. May and
George Adams, vs Azariah Stone, six
hundred acres of land, more or !ess, adjoin
ing Thomas larris and others.
M, Hankinson, Executor, vs John B,
Burgess, one tract of land containing six
hIundred acres, more or less, adjoining iWi
ley Glover and others.
Joseph Woods, (hearer,) vs William B.
and Mary lightower, nine hundred acres
of laud, more or less, adjoining Mary
Hightower and others.
Whitfield Brooks, vs Rudolph Carter,
five thousand acres of land, more or less,
adjoining John Wise and others.
Thonas Kerneghan, vs Richard John.
son, the tract ofland where the defendant
lives. adjoining Daniel Prince and others.
Charlcs Price. vs Sherwood Corley, one
tract of* Iand wher derna4iM#a4;ve.- 44.
ing John Rogers and others. Also. one
other tract, containing one hundred acres
more or less, adjoining William Shaller,
Sunittel Sitevent., H. J. Kemp and others.
John Banskett, Exe'r, vs John Mosley.
seven hundred acres of land, more or less,
adjoining James Vann and others
Snuel Chapan, vs Azariah Statn
six imtutd red tacres of land. miore or~ less, ad
joining Tlhonmas I larri anad others.
Smith & .lays, vs the samte, the above
James GJriliin, tassignec, vs Geoi. Thuir
manad. the tract of land w'here te defent
cdant lites cotntainaing three hundred acres
adjoining A. .\organa andl othecrs.
Geddings & Butshnell, vs the samec, the
abaove descritbed propaert.
Lewis~lones, vs the same, the above
Goodwin JHarrington & Co., vs the
sanme, the above described property.
Elbert Posey, vs Joahn Grice, one hun
cdredl anal eighty acres o1f land, motre tar less.
adjoinitng A. B. Addison, anad J. C. Allen.
T. BI. Ilarvey, v's Samuel Williams and
Johnt Lo wery, one hundred amid forty-sevetn
acres of land, more or less, where defen
dant Lotwery liives, adjoainintg Jontathant
Wev'er amnd others.
David St1ainaker, vs Thma A. Styron
andc S. C. Terry. the traterat' latnd wihere
defendant Terry livedl thte year 1840, ad
jointing Nicholas Lowe and others.
R. W'. Mathais, for~ Thomas Smaith, vs
Rnatmey & ilughes, one negro womnat Bar
bairy, the propterty of N. Ratmey.
Steednan &. Meritt, vs Edward WVil
hamts, atti hoarse, saddlle atnd baridlle,
John Bauskett, vn Nathatniel Rtamey, one
negro wvomana Barbary.
F. W. Pickens, for E. J. Calhoun, vs
T. G. Bacont natd Eliza IBacon, onte house
and lot, adjotinitng Mrs. Lahordle and others.
Williatm C. Mit,:helt, vs Gasper Bnz
zard, three tnegroes, Becky and her child,
Win. Bruson, administrator, vs Sam
uel Cartledge, Tatndy Cartledge and S
C. Terry,one tact of land containting twvo
hundred acres, more or less, adjoininig N.
Lowe atnd others.
David Richardson, vs Elizabeth Tur
tner, one tract of lanad cuntainintg ninety
five acres, maore or less, adjoinaing Johna
Mack andc others.
A. Walker & Co. vs Thomas J. Cole
matn, ante tract of lanad conatainaing fourt
hiutndredl acres, more or less, adjoitnitng R.
C. Griffin anal others.
Albert Walker, for J. N. Wardlaw, vs
Thomas J. Colemtan anal R. C. Griffin,.
te above decscribted propecrty.
JTohnt MrLenan, assigtnee, vs Thomnas J.
Coleman, the abuove described property.
Abraham Wittbish & Johanson, vs T.
J. Coleman and Larkin Guriflina. the above
The Exeetntors of A. Shaarpton, dee'cd.,
vs Delanison G. Colvitn, Atisley Calvin and
Daniel Colvin,. two hunditred acres of land;
sadjoinitg Thomas Chtamberlin and othters
Theophtolus Ltundy, vs Joseph High
tower, Wiley Miltotn and Eli Milton, five
hundred and forty acres of landI, more or
less, levied ont as the property of Joseph
Hightower, adjomting Dr. Geiger and .L.
R~haen naed otheqrs.
Richard Parks, vs Ele0 Colvin, two*
hundred an'd six acres of land, more or less,
adjoining Mrs. Freeman and others.
James 0. white, by his next friend, vs
the same, the above described- property.
Elizabeih Timmerman, vs Josh. Clark
andi P. Keimpson. two hundred and seven
ty five acres of land, more or less, adjoin
ing Iands of Wi. %*% alion and others.
Smith & Fravier, vs William New, the
-h-lendanis it.-rest in a trait of land ad
joining Win. Johnmon.and others,
Beverly Burton and others, vs W. C.
H all. one brown horse and bridle.
Goodwin, llarrington & Co. vs Josiah A.
MAichell, one trict of rind containing twen
ty acres, more or less, adjoining William
.1orris, E.: I. Presley and others.
Jacob H. Smniih, vs the same; the above
Terms of Sale, Cash.
S. ClRISTIE, s. E. D,
Jan. 12, 1841. c 50
state of South C aolina.
Henry Stone Applicant, vs
Thomas Stone and otbers, Def 'Is.
Y an Order rrom the Ordinary, I shall
. proceed to sell on the first Monday in
i'ebrni.try ntext, the real estate of Jesse Stone,
:eceased,!situate in said District adjoining lands
James Tomkins, James Falkner, Henry
Stone,. anti others. cont aining one hundred and
-ixty-six acres, imore or less. oil credit of twelve
tooths. Purchasers to give Bond and prtion
al security, and a Mo-rtgage of the pmretises to
the Ordinary. Cs!s tobe paid in cash.
S. C1H HISTIE. s. E. D.
Jan. 13, 1841. ($3) c 50
State of So uth C rolina.
Wiley D. Monnce, Applicant, vs
Wmll. Alonce, and others, Def ts.
B Y an Order from the Ordinary, I shall
proceed to sell on the first Monday in
I-ebruary next, the real estate ofMarthu M1totnce
deceased. sitnate in said District,oo tihe waters
of Wilson's Creek, bounding on land.. of the
estate of' Willis Mayson, deceased, Mrs. Wil
son, Temple H argrtve. and others, containing
ote hunlred acres, uore or less; on a credit of
twelve months. Pnrchasers to give Bond and
personal security and a Mortgage of the premi.
ses tothe Ordinary. Costs to lie paid in cash.
S. CH ftISTIE, S. E. 1).
Jait. 13, 1841. ($3) c 50
State of 'outh ( afrolina.
Cyntia Taylor, Applicant, vs
Joel Bttrnham, atid others, Del'ts.
BY aln urder from the iOrdinmy. I shall
proceed to sell on the first Monday in
February next, the real estate of Lee Steel, do.
eeasced, situate in said District, Ott the wa
ters of Big Creek, adjoining lands of Mid
dleton Graham. David Mack, and others, con
tuiinittg two hundred acres. more or less, on a
credit oil twe've inolths. Purchasers to give
Bond and persotal secirity, and a Mortgage
of the premises to the Ordinaty Costs to be
paid in cash.
S. CHIIRISTIE, s. r. is.
Jan. 13. 1841. ($3) c 50
State of South ' ar fina
John W. Ball and wife,
Applieunts, vs. Virginia
Y nu Order froma the Ordinary, I shall
B proceed to sell ott the first Motiday in
Febo.hiry next, the real estate of Joshm John
?on. decased, lying partly in the District of Edge.
field and partly iii the District of Abbeville. on
thewaters of H ardihotr Creek, aidjoining lands
of Ileary Hose, lands of the estate of viliam
Sullivan. deceased. and others, and containing
onte hiudred antd fifty acres, mtore or less, on a
credit of twelve months Ptrchasers to gir e
Bondt~ ai p rsional security, and a Mortgatge
of~ th,- p~remise~s to theo O.rdinaty. Costs to be
paZid iln cash.
8. CIllIleTIE, s. x. D
Jan. 13, 1841. (*3) c 50
State ot Soth (arolina
JO i N A. WVA'lTMON, living abouit two
m iile's t'romt the~ Denizil. tohlls Icertie me
onte dnrk buy H lorse, four feet ten intches high.
supposeid to he eight years old. ilis rightt eye
os,. a star undt snip otn htis nose attd fore head,
a white spot otn the left side oif his nteck, wvith
similar slpots ott his body. No other brands or
ma rks pierceivnblec. A ppraised at t5 dollars.
NATIJANII L. McANTrS, J. r.
Camnbribge, Nov. 7, 184t0. d 41
State of South (arolinia.
IN iE CO3iMON t LEAS.
Beverly Bhurtotn Attachment,
Wma.M. St eifle. Dlebt.
r3g'1 E PIinifithavitng thtis day filed his
I eclration int my office, and alto Defetid
at having tno Wife or Attorney kntown tom hi
,vithitn the State. on whoma a coipy of the siamte.
wite a rutle to plead, could lie served. It is or.
dered that the Defentdant pileatd to the said dee
laration withitn a year atnd a tday, or fitnal atnd
nhsohmite jndgemet will begivein tagainst htitm.
GEO. POPE, c. c. r
Clerk's ()flice. ?
Dec. 18, 18401. ( o .s *7 $y 5 47
State of South Ca:i olinla.
IN THE COMMON P'LEAS.
Daniel Bird, )Foreign Auachament.
Satm'l Ilolloway. Dclbt.
T PEIlaintil itt thtis camse, hasvittg this day
filed his declaration, and tlhe Defendant
hamvitng no wife or Attortney, known itn this
State, uipont whott a copy oif the same can lie
served: Ottnmotioni, ordered that thme said De
Iiendant dho appear andt p~leald to ste said decla
rationi, wvithint a year antd a2 day from the pub.
lication herofl or final and absulutc judgmtent
will be awarded gnuitnst him.
UEORGUE POPE, c. c. r.
Dec. 19, 184. . c. P. $7 50 age 47
State of South Ca~rolina.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
William Dattiel, vs Attachment
Willianm Salter. Assuumpsit.
TlHE Plaitntiar htavinig this day filed his die
.. clartatiotn itt thte above stated case, and 8
mtving nto with ot aitorney knmown to he wvith
n thtis State, upton whtomi a copy of thte said at
leclaration with a rttle to plead can he served 31
is ordered that the said Defendant do appear til
itd plead to the said declaration, within a year h
nid a day, front thte publioatiotn hereof, or flunal e
ttd absolute judgmettt will be awarded agaittst ti
in. G Et. POPE, c. c. P.
air 20. Jt94n n n.7 !G op ne
New Fal and Winter
JOHN 0. B. FORD has received a
full assortment of New and Fashions
ile Dry Goods, to which he ik daily receiv
og additiols, which will be sold whole
ale or retail, at prices that cannot -fail it
ileise all who may do him the favor to
-all, such as
Wool-dyed, black, coloured, and mixed
Wool-dyed, black, coloured and mixed
Doe skin Cassineres,
Black, bluze and mixed Saitinetts,
6-4 Cashmeretia for Lalies Cloaks,
Kentucky Jeans, from 371 ets. to 81 25
Kerseys, Linseys, Country Cloths, Pad
Welsh and Scofiolds patent Flannels,
(warranted not to shrink,)
White, green, yellow & scarlet Flannels
Green Baize and Floor Cloths,
Bleached &unbleahed Canton Flannels
8-4 and 9-4 Dufill Blankets, R->se do
11-4, 12-4 and 13-4 Whitney do
300 ps. American Prints, from 810 25 Pts.
100 ps. Manchester do, from 25 to 3~
50 ps. extra super London 7-4 do, the
4.4 French do. all new styles, and se
lected from latest importntions,
3-4, 7-8 4-4, 5-4, and 6-4 brown and
bleached Shi:tings and Sheetings,
Black and coloired English and French
Black. 'nl'd. printed and embroidered
Monslin de Laines,
Black, printed and scarlet Merino, plain
and embroidered Thibet, Prussian,
Neit Wool, Taglioni Cassimere,
Camels Hair, Filet, spun Silk, Da
mask Satin and Broche Shawls,
Black Silk and Plush Mantillas,
Marseilles, Cashmere, Swansdown, Va
lentia, Woollen Velvet, tilain and
figured Satin and English Vestings.
Lyons extra super black and blue black
Black Tabby Velvet,
Linen Cambric and Long Lawn,
Check stripe and plain Cambrics and
Check siripe and plain Swiss and Book
Bir.Fs-eye, Russia and Cotton Diapers.
6.4, 7-4. 8-4 and 10-4 Damask Tablc
6-4, 8-4, 10 4 and 12-4 white, brown &
colired Damask Table Covers,
French Napkins and Towels, crash
Scotch, Manchester and Domestic Ging
Brown and black Holland. and Irish
Cambric and furniture Dimety,
7-8 and 5-4 brown Drillings,
A variety or striped and colored twilled
Methnen, Dorchester and Shetucket
Cotton, wetbb and neti Suspenders,
Cotton anti silk Gum Elastic do
W hite, brown, black, blue, mixed, slate
and Mefrino.eoloured cotton Hose,
and half Hose,
Black antd coloured worsted arid spun
Silk llose, and half Hose,
vian nod English Silk Hose,
Pongee, Flag, Silk, Bandana and Linen
Flag, Damask and Spitalfield Twilled
Printed, Flag. .1adrass and Verona Cot
Gentlemen's Silk, Kitd, H-. S.. Buck.
L ined Berlin, C;ahmere and Wool
Ladies' Kid, Hl. S., Cashmere, Filet
and Long Lace do. white, black &
Misses atnd Boys (d0,
~pron and Furniinre Checks & PIlis,
teio pn Silk and Cotton nett ~I
Ladies' (N. York city madle,) Rid Slip.
pers, and Infants Sho'es,
Victoria Skirts, Corseis, Buske & Stays
Couotn antI Chitnelle Cord,
Silk Coat cord andl Coat binding',
Gauze, Gro de Nnp, changceable Silkc
and Ilernani Dress Hlandkerchiefs,
Black. Filet and Down Stmin Scarfs.
Bllack and white Filet and Love Veils,
Black bobbineit iand llmamnilron do
Green, lack and w~hite Gauze do
131k atnd green 4-4 silk wire netm, for do
Black atnd white ltalian Crape, Velver.
Tqffe-ia, Lutestring, Gzanze Cap,
Plaid Blonner and Satin Ribboos,
1000 plieces Paper Ilangitngs, ~
25 dozen pan~lm lear lloods,
eFlorence Braid and French De
Coloured u t ages andl French hRutlanids
Wrenths, Sprigs, Banal Boxes, &c.
50 Reams of Cap and Letter Paper,
ruled, lined, blue liid coloured &c.
Printing Paper stupplied on short notice,
at lowest rates,
Domestic Ginehams, Scoich Ginghams
atnd Silk Umbrellas,
Turkey Red Drapery, for Curtains,
Ball Twist, Sewine Silk,
Pattent and Spool Thread,
Combs, Pins, Needles, 1-looks and Eyes,
Buttons, Knives, Scissors, Razors, and
Pocket Books. Wallets, Silk and Bead
Pnrses and Bags, atnd Timbles,
Watch Guards, and French Baskets,
Bosoms, Collars, and Gravats,
Plain and trimmed Satin Stocks,
Pencils and Points, Quills, Steel Pens,
Cloth, flnt, Nail, Toth. and Shoe
Braids, Tapes, Ferreting and JBinding,
Galloons, Head Ribons, &c.
Suspender ends, anid Pant. Strapst
Fluted Percussian Caps,
Toys, Perfumery, &c. &c.
With almost every kind and variety of.
'any Goods, for sale at retail or by the
antii~x, to suit purchasers.
Every article tnmedl is entirely new, and
c Fancy Goods of last fashiotus. MUny
re rare, to be particunlar is imnpossble.-.
'he choleest Goods ilhe counitry alibrds,
nd the best assortment ever offered in this
tarker, anmd as gonod as in any, other, at
te lowest p)rics, is the only inducement
e has to offer the public, and the best re
irn lhe can make his formuer customers for
neir liberal patronuage. Stote New Bric~k
nilding, first door below Hlubbaird's Hotel.
Citizens of Charleston,
AND. THE NBIGHB ORING ST4TES
Y OU are respectfully itiformed that 70
MEETING STREET 70-is my Office for
the exchsive sule of BRANDRETH'S VEGE
TABL-. UNIVERSAL PILLS. Price twen- c
ty five cents per box. with directions in English, r
French. Spanish Poriguese and German.
The high and universal reputation of the
Bianitdetl Pills, renders it unnecessary to co'
ment largely on their particular virtues. As an
anti-biliusi and purgntive medicine, they are
unequalled by any. Their purifying effict on
the blood is universally allowed-all that have
ever used have approved -and recommetided
In many cases where the dreadful ravnges of
ulceration had laid bare ligabnent nud bone, and
where -to all appearance, no human means
could save life, have patients hy the use ofthese
Pills, been restored to.good Jbealth; the devour
ing disease having beenc6mpiletely eradicated.
In cose qutence of the pleasantness of their
operation, they are iiniverpally used in every
section ol'this wide extended country where
they are made known, and are fast surperseding
every other Preparation. of professed similar
unport. Upwards of Fourteen Thousand cases
have been certified as cured, solely from thei
use since the introduction of that into the U.
States, thus establishin- the fact beyond all
doubt, that the Brandreti Plls cure the (appar
rently) most opposite diseases, by the one ,
simple act of continually evacuating the how
els with them, until the disease gives way;
therefbre, whatever may be said of the -HEoRY,
the UTILITY of the PRuCTICE is now BEYoND all
As Brandreth's Pills cure Scurvy, Costive
ness, and its consequiences, seasfaring men,
and all travellers t6 foreign regions, should not
be without, in order to resoit to them on every
occasion ofillness. No medicine chest is re
quired 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
health to the people on their estates.
Be careful and tinever purchiase Pills of a
Druggist, PROFEs9:NG to be Brandreth's Pills.
Under No CIRcUMsTANcEs is any one or this
class made an Agent. My own established
Agentshave isvARIABLY an ENGRAVED Certifi
cate. signed B. Brandreth. M. D, in my owin
hand writing. This is renewed yearly-and
when over twelve months old, it no longer
gtarantees the genuineness of the medicine,
it would be well, therefore, flir purchasers to
carefully examine the Certificate. The seal is
not wax. hut embossed on the paper with a steel
seal. Ifthegenuinse medicine is obtained.there
is no doubt of its giving perfect satisfaction,
and it ali who want it are t areful to go by the
aboiedirections, there is little doubt but they
wi:1 obtain it.
Remember 70 Meeting street, is the only
place in Charleston where the genuine meda
cine can be obtained, and at W. W. SalesHain
burg and C. A. Down. Edgefield G.11. the only
authorised Agents for Edgefield.
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
Stephen Owen, Aiken; David Turner,
Beaufort; John McLaren,Abbeville; William
Cnnningbain, Columbia; Elijah Alexander,
Pickens; John Hlastie, Pendleton; Samuel
Wilnot Georgetown, McLure. Brawley &Co.
Chester; Charles Wilcox, Coosawhatchie; Ma
ker & Ryan, Barnwell K. H.; 1). & H. B.
Rice, Graham's P. 0., Barnwell District..
Gaines & Boiling, Greenville. District; Reuben
Gross, Lexington; flastie & Nichol, Greenville
C. H.; John G. Tongue, Yonnguesville, Fail
field IList.; Sylvester Beach, Orangeburg,
Roff & Johnson, Newberry; Rice & Cater,
Anderson : James E. Gee, Leesville, Lexing
ton District; -Barksdale & Saxon, Gaurensville,
Vernon & Mitchell. Spartanburg, P. J. Fester,
Foster's, Union District; John Mc Lurr,Union
John Rosser, Caniden; Samuel , ilnot,
Georgetown; Maker & Ryan, Baniwell; E,
Gartigne, Blackville, Baruwll; E D Felder,
3lidway, Barnwell; Gaigley & Drummond;
Lower Three Runs, Barnwell; Philip Char
trand, Branchville. Ornngeburg; A. Stevenson, .
Picknevville, Unionu, and 13. Jaindon, Robert
ville, Dean fort.
Feb 13,1I810 -tf 2
State of South Carolina.
IN T}IE COMiMON PL EAS.
William Keower i tauci.
John Bownlee. as
The Plaintiff having this day filed his decea
lion in t.oe Clerks Oilireeof Abbeville District
.'ainst the defen-,dant. who is aibsenit from and I
wvithiout the limits of the Stamte, anid has neither
wife', nior attorney, known within the camne,
upon whom a copy of said declairation might
he served: It is thserefore ordered. that the said 4
Defiudant, do nppear and plead to the said
D)eclarathon, within a year and a day fr'om the,
filing of this Declaratiion, or final and absolute I
judgment wvill be' given and awarded nmcainist
him. JOH N F LININGSTON, c. c. P.
Clerk's ohisce, (
May 11. 1840. $ wv & x $7 50 aqe
State of 'OulbI Carolina.
ABBE VILLI. DISTRICT.
IN TIlE COMMON PLE AS.
Joel J. Lijiford,' Alt-ichumnt
W illiam M1. Bailey Asup)t
S3H 'lE Plaiintitf having this day fil,-d his dec
Ilaration in moy office, and the D~efendant
having no wvife 'ir Attorney known to be within<
the State, upon wvhom a copy could be served,t
wvithi a rule to pica'id I n motion, ordered that 5
the D~efendatit do plead to thne amid declaration
within a year and :: day from this date, or final I
and absolute judgment wvill be awarded againstJ
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r.
Maty9,It1840. 5 B&-r $7 5 aqe 15 -
State Of South Carolina.
IN THE COMIMON PLEAS.
Admuinistiator of Joseph IAttachmnent,
Davis, deceased, Ausumpsit.
Williamn F. Luimpkin. J
Pj lIE Plaintiff haaving this day filed his deci
hiration in miiy otfhce, and die D~efendant
having tno wife or Attorney known to be with
in the State upon whloim a copy with a rule
to plead. cnl lie served. On motion, Order
ed thatt the Dletiemlant do plead to the said de
claraiion within a year and a day or final and
absoltute jarigment will be awvardhed against him.
JNO, I'. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P'.
Clerk'c Office, h
July 16, 1840. a av- $7.50 age 25
Boots, Drogans, &c.
'[1HI E Subscrhier has .inasl received, ont
i Consignment, and will sell low for -
eash, or on short time to punctual cus
tomers, viz:-- p
One case Seni skin Boots,
One do Brogans, and I]
J.0. B. FORD. F
First door belmo linbbard's lIotei.
Ijnmburg. Oct. 27. if)
Vegetable Life Medicines.
T HESE Medicines are indebted for
their name to their manifest and sen--:
ible action in purifying the springs.4ad
hannels of life, and enduing. them witi
pnewed tone and vigor. In tnany lbun
Ired certified cases which havi been rnade
mublic, and in almost every speciesoriis
asc to which the human frame is liiablei
he happy effects of MOFFATS LIFE
LILLS AND Pi(ENIX BITTERS
ave been gratefully and publicly ac.
tnowledged by the persons benefitted, and
who were previously unacquainted whIk
he beatttilully. philosophical principles
ipon whieh they are compounded. and
.pon which they consequently act.
The LIFE MEDICINES recommedd
tlemselves in diseases of every from-&-d
icription. Their first operation is to loosen
he various impurities and- cruditie:.con
ttantly.setitg around them, and to re
move tardened fmces which collect in
the convolutions of the small intestines.
Other medicines only partially cleanse
these and leave such collected masses
lehind as to produce habitual costiveness,
with all its train of evils, or suiden diarr
hoa, with its imnmineut dangers. Thi
fact is well known to all regular anatoe
mists, who examine the human bowels
after death; and- hence the prejudice. a.
ihese well informed :nen against quack
medicines-or medicines prepared and
heralded to the public by ignorant persons.
The second effect of the Life Mledicines- is
to cleanse the kidneys and the bladder,
nud by this means. the liverand the lungs,
the healthful action of which entirely de.
pends upon the regularity of the urinary
organs The blood, which takes its red
color from the agency of the liver and the
lungs before it passesinto the heart, being -
thus purified by them, and nourished by 2
fnod coming from a clean stomach, cour
ses freely through the veines, renews every
part of the system, and triumphantly
mounts the banner of healith in the bloom.
MolfTat's Vegetable Lire Medicines have
been thoroughly tested. and pronounceda
sovereign remedy for Dyspepsia, Floir
lency, Palpitation of the Heart, Loss of -
Appetite, Ileartburi atnd Headach. Rest
lessness, Ill-temper, Anxtety, Languorand
Melancholy, Costiveness, Diarrha, Chot
,ra. Fevers of all kinds, Rbeatisi
Gout. Dropsies of all kinds, Gravel, Wormsr,
Asthma aud Cunsumption, Scurvy, Ulcers,
Inveterate Sores, Scobutic Eruptions and
Bad Complexions, Eruptive complaints.
Sallow, Cloudy, and other disagreeable
Complexions, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
C~ommon Colds and Influenza, and variotrs
ither complaints which afflict the human
rrame. In F:vza and AouE, pprticular
ly, the Life Medicines have been most
mineutly stccessful - so much so, that in
he Fever and Ague districts, Physicians
ilmost universally prescribe them.
All that Mr. Mnoilai requires of hispea
-nisis to be particular in taking the, Life
Medicines strictly according to the diree
ions. It is not by a newspaper notice, or
by anything that he himself may say in
1heir mlivor, that he hopes to gain credit,
It is alone by the results ofa fair trial.
MlOFFAT'S MEDICAL MANUAL.
This little pamphlet, edised by W.. B.
Mo(l't, 375 Broadway, New York, has
been published for the purpose of explain
ing more fully M r. Moffat's theory of dis
-ases. and will lie fuund highly interesting
to persons seeking health. It treats upork
prevelent diseasos, and the causes thereof.
Price, 25 cents-for sale by Mr. Moffiat's
Thtese Valuable Medicinles are for sale
y C. A.DOWD.
.dgefueldl C. H1. M~areh 28,1840 tf 9
1X THE COMMON PLEAS.
eroy Tay lor, vs. Attcacmn
Ivy Taylor. Assumipsit.
'H EI PlaintifT in this case, having this day
filed his deelaration, and the Defendatt
aving no wifeor A ttorney. known in this Sste,
pon whom a copy of the same cani be served.
)n mtotion,. ordered that the said Defenidant
t, aippea:t andl plead to thte said de'claration,
rithin a year annd a day from the pubilicatinin
cenf. or linal and absolute judgment will be
warded aonainst him.
YNO. F. LIVINGSTON c. c. r.
Clerk's O)flice, (
May 9, 1840. i a T -r7S 50' age 15
Ian-lard & Shoe Shop opened.
N th~e FEdgetield Road near Mft Vintage,
Ewhtere good Cow liides will he bougtr,
r tunned on shares-one half for the other
ntd tine Shoes, Boots. and Negro Slhoes willbe
mde otn as good tennms, and of materials inife
ior to ntne in the State.
Wnrgon If arness made, and Carriage Bar
ess repaired. Any articles mtade wil be ex
hantgcd for good Cow Hides. From applica
otn to busitness, and thte best of Leathe'r,.the
nbscriber hopes the pumblic i general will pa
ronize his niew effort to accommnodato . tis
)istrict, antd will call and see his work and
tdgc fur themtsclvcs.
-Near Mt. Vintage, S. C.
AMatch 23. 1840 . d 8
H lE Subscribers hiave just received from
Newv York. a general assortmen't of
'A1 LL AND l'INTE R GOODS. in their
ne of Busintess, consisting int part of
Blue. Black, Wool-dye Black, Invisible.
Green. and Olive Greeni, Cloths,
Wool.dve Black, Invisible Green, and Dia
mo'nd Beaver Clothsq.
Cadet. Blue Mlixed, atnd Steel Mlixed Clotie,
Plain Blue, Black. W~ou!-dye Black, and a
finte assortmnent of Fancy Cassitmeres,
Woollent Velvets, Valeucia Plain and Figured
Satin and English Silk Vestings.,
Ilats, Umbrellas, Collars Bozoms, Stocks,
Crnv'ats, Searfs, Gloves and Suspender,
Ready madIe Coats. Prock Coats, Over Coats,
antaloons, Vest, Shtirts Merin and Cotton
rnphpers and D~rawers, and many others ar
rles i their line of Bnsiness, winch thbey wilt
ave made uptl at short Notice, and in the mesS
BRYAN & MINOR,
Edgefteld C IH.Oct, 6th 1840 tt' 36
HE Subiscriber offers fat sale htis well
settled Plantation. sitnated in Anderson
istrict, nitte miles below the Village, on th*
ate road Icadinig from Pendleton to Abbevilhe.
ir particulars apply to the Subhscrib~er o'n the
uninses. WV. SANDERS.
No. 21. is84o e