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intiing Roisse.-It har long been a
s Oct of iuquiry as to the best time to
paint to tle clapboards of houses
urability. Repeated eiperiments
Il been made within twenty- ive years, I
which have resulted in conviction that -
t applied between November and it
ill stand more thun twice as long it
which is spread in the warmest [
The reason is obvious; for in
the oil and the component
paint form a bard substance on a
or the clapboards, nearly as d
as, and not easily erased, or
,ith a sharp knife, and will not tl
of, whereas, paints applied in
hia oeJuly and August, and more
ly if in a severe drought. the oil
todiately penetrates into the wood,
like water into a sponge leaving the lead
nearly dry, which will soon wear offi.
olnUseary Soldiers.-There are in t
It itoed Stae, just one hundred sot- a
dier of the Revolution on the pension A
list, over 100 years of age. The oldest
man on the lat is Michtel Bale. Union ,
iounty, Fa, who is in his 115th year. re
In consequence of not receiving a letter
oar correspondent, we copy the following as
of the Hamburg Market from the S
HAnntau. October 25.
Our city presents quite a busoines" appear
ane. Produce wagons crowd the atreets. and
our merchants are driving away at a fair rate.
T'-,, ihTe receits ofciton for the last week amount
in all toabout 300 bales; moot of which were (I
sod on arrival-but little stored for uncertain
'Ebe Rail Road is blocked up with
goifcoon asexpected. and the boats are
carryg on a good businemsto Savannah and (
Chresison, he.iveibeing in goodboatingor. .
der, owing to theraies within-the last two days. a
Coten-Notwithstanding the low prices. u
heavy sales have been made at prices ranging
trom6 to7 cents; prin.:ipal sales 64 to 6.1 cts.
The late European accounts will leave ome e
efeeton our market, and prices may still recede
AuousTA, October 27.
Remarks-It would seem that the accounts
from the other side of the Atlantic have had rno
influence on our market, for it has been extrear.a.
ly dull since our last review. though the sales
have been comparatively large. The receipts
have been large, from eight to ten thouseand It
bales have arrived in the course of the we ek
at Hamburg and Augusta; about 3500 in litam
burg, and the remainder in thi marker by wa- p
gons and mosdy by rail road. The seile as it t,
arrives is freely .'eired for sale; and the large it
quantity in market. produces inactivity and c4
dullness even among the operators. who are
few. and operates only when bargains can he
obtained. The markets of the north. and of
Charleston and Savannah, do not encourage
buyers here. To give more animation the ac
counts of the 19th and 20th of this month. which
are expected by two steam iackets from .iver
pool, in the latter part of nestywee, most be
ofa favorable nature. We wouldjtot be sour
prised ofa slight advance in the Liverpool and
avre markets, but to be of a permanent na
ture, the extent of the crop in this country will
have to be taken into consideration. The cal
clations in Euro are decidedly based on a
large crop; We it will be soor not cannot
now he ascertained. Contradictory accounts
oftbe Jahsmap have been received, A
" . k stated tat ths 0
esines hallien t Alabamaby ab tI
and worms. The latest account received retre- 1
seata the crop as abundant, and its extent to be
mnore than thatof tastyear.-With these circum
stances before us. it is impossliile tojadte olthe --
condition all the cotton markets wi be an when
more certainty wIll exist uf the an oent of the
demand and of the supply. A ab~rstt towj
prices opetators in the artio, 'hasaid c
nuch; but, under anyecire aI~.dvice ,.
to the planters is to realhae. ;~~ad
As we stated above. the snarktis'i ad
we maty say,, in a declining state. The tuiles ti
have been at lower prices than quoted last
week. We quote fur the principal saltet ot
crops 54 a 64 cents. And we quote the ranig.- g,
of prices 5j to 7 in round. and to 74 crant in u
square bales c reels 7j a 7 I-in quare t
Coi.uxana, October 27. n
Cege.-A decline 1-8 to 1-4 of a cent las b
aldka place ince our lastreport, in consequence
.ofatbenfavorable advanices fronm Europe. The ..
:narket has been brisk anid anmmated, however,
notwithstanding. The urticle has come in quits
freely, and met with promupt purchiasers,-at pri-4
ces ranging from 6 to 7 J- cen. and linsome,
instances 74 laos been. paid. Ont Thurudy'
last, about 1,800 hales were purchaed fromi '
Caas.asros. Oct. 29. J842!. IF
Cubau-There was a good attendance of 9
dealesiset the opening of the mnarke~t on Satur- n
as htarnd throughout that day and Mcnday
a a' benm. was done at the prices given in ~
oy er review-of the d inst.; but mubaequecntly
Shuidera safessed operating unless at a re-duc-t
wasijasome instances submitted to.
akel, however, since Monday has been
-sa a apd unsettled state'.anwehe
for th pdgmt ersed quotations. The re.-eipts
ofthe 'week'are 9497 bags. anid the seales inI
same time 6530 bugs. at pricea varying from 54
toq84eetesper lb. About 15 bagsSea Islanid
sold at 21, and 35 prime 25 and upwards, and
SI bessained do. from 6to l2j ets. per lb.
~.BEFIEL D DINTIRICT
FALL TERM, 184'2.
'1 T sOrdered that a Court of Common ,
.EPeas. for the Trial of the Cames not t
disposed of a' this Term, he held at Edge
field Coturt Hlouse. on the fourth AMouday
in January next.
B. J. E A RLE,
Nov.Z~ ~* Presiding Judge.
No., te 40
r..OE G. WIL LIAYS,1
~ 7FFERS his pro.:suional service' to thek
es ctizens of Egefield village and adjacent
eo r, ad canbe found,by calling atSd. F.
G e' dwelling, at all times.
eov.2 i f 40
~ ECELEBRATED HORSE d
. i A RG Y LE,
"Wltsaad at Edgefield Court House, -
neiitying season, at prices to suit the
WM. B. MA YS.
" Nov, 2,1842. if 40 ,
- For sale. i
-LEN DID new PIA NO FORTE, on d
to suit the times, apply to Mr. E. B..
r. A.A. larke,atdgleheld C.H H
.?lerchiize for Stsk
i HE Subscribers wttll oii the tentab of
LNovember, (ist. sell their reimaso
ig tock ofGOODS,on a credit ; consist
KY GOODS, HARDWARE, HATS,
SHOES, CROCKERY, AND
nd a variety of other articlesof Merchan
They also request those indebted to
tem, to make payment forthwith.
PARKS & BARKER.
Nov. 2, It 40
The .lw Cash Store
[ S removed to the new brick building, cor
ner oflarketamd Centre-streets, next door
Sibley r ;rapon, where -we are now.speuing
splendid assortment of f.ashimnable t
MERICAN. FRENCH & ENGLISH
hich will be ofdered at nauusually low prices
In our stock may be found several new styles
good.. for Ladiemdress. viz: Figured Orincas
oth%. triped Oriental.. Crape de Laines. Em.
>sied de Laintes. Black, llue, and colored
ilks; Bnombazine4. Merinos. Linens, Lawns.
14d table Covers; Flannels. Kentucky Jeans.
atinetts, Ulankets, Negrocloths. A large
koortmeut ofSh.twis. from .17 cents. to $12;
onnets from, 25 cents ts :7; and ill shor,
ery useful and ornamenital article as the Dry
In connexion with the %mere. will be kept a
Merchant Tailor Shop,
F.trance through tie stire.) under the mper.
intendence of lir. K M. NLUt.La.
Where will lie kept a ::ood stock of Broad
1oths, plain ;aid figured Rearer Clvhs, Girafe
bmths. (assiumers, aid Iesrings. of all colors
ad latest styles. together With suitable trim
ing.: where customerscn buy by the yard
r ielact thie material, and have their garements
ade in tihe late fashion; warramited to lit, at
! per cent lasi than formnet prices.
W.W. KETUIJAM & CO.
Hamburg. O.t. W, 12. 9t 40
IHardwari- f 'atlery.
It L Suhsmwcribiris limve ji,i4 received direct
r from the maufatrers inl Englaid, and
e Noithern Stater, a handsioue ammd well as.
sated stock of
Hardware & Cutlery,
uitamed chiedy for cash; which they of'er
it sale. ou reastonable terms. at their store. ins
me brick building. corner of Ceitre and M1er
:r-sts., counsisting oil
English. sede, aid American IRON.
, . do do Steel.
H ollow Ware of all sizes.
Bond and Ilo-op trnul.
Coiling' Axes. .\dzes. Chisels, and Gouges.
Mill trouns, a ull atsortment.
Anvils, Vices. Sittl'sBellow%' & Hammers.
Horse Shoes and Horse Shoe Nails
Wag'on Boxes.Tratce & otierwagon Chains.
Taible Knives & Fosrkm.Pen& Pocket Knlves.
Mill and Crom cut Saws. .
Ilead ani Tenanmt Saws.
Locks. Hinges, Augmrs.
Collee Mildvs. Corn Mills.
Grindstones, aManilla aid Cotton-.Rope.
Sheet sPig Tin. Iron Wire.
Sheet Pig Lead. . ,.
riD tany other articles in %aeir lig4 maieg
s most o0mplete ind n ell assorted stock of
ARDWARE everoffiered in hi 61srksf.
HIENKELL & RuBlNS01N.
Hamburg. Oct. K. U842. &t ;. 40
Exe. alor's .Votic .
I .. perensinmde bted tim thte estate of Win.
J. Gloser, dec.-ased. are regnuested to
ame torwwrd anid settle with Capt. Gi. Hoart.
ith whom mthe Notes anid Aer'omnt are depoe
ed for collection. Tlhuse.i having demands
ginst thme said e..tate. are regnmested to hanid
em n legally~ ate-tedl
G . ?RIE J. LOV ER. Ezenor.
OJ~'The friend:l of the e.4ahhlshine:n: are in
>mied. that it wilt be cmondimeted as formrlv.
nt thme first dnay of Jannummiy mmest. mnter mime
me suplerimtendahnce. oif Caplt. I Imrd. w'ho re
trna thmanka .. toe st-e.tmers oif tthe e tah.h..
meit for their pnm't f(nor-.. and e --icims conmti,
arnce. Th'ere is at merew~: on. ;imld. :ind wml
r kept. ac1eoiceserttwmen t raceries.
Nov. 2 - if 410
Broueglat to the Jail
SF this Dmstrc~amegrm mmamin Iho says
his name is"NED, and buelonge mo
Vahingtonm Taylor. of Cointmibia, S. C.
ad rannway from a plantattiont 9 omilee
om Ne wberry C. Ii., he is albour 4venrs
Sage. S feetr S incehe-' hiebm, dark cormlei
tn, scar iv er mshe lefm eve amid his little fiu
em 00 the riht hanmmd shorter ibman thie onec
n mhe lftl.
Thme owner is regnested tom come for
mard, prove property, pasy chare-, amid
ik him away.
C. Hi. GOODMAN, . . . 0.
Nov. 2. 1842. if 40
Blrought to the Jail
I-' this Districm, a negrgo mnun who says
hJ~is namemn is JOh N. amnd beloni~s ro
r. John Lerrick. livitig in the Dutch
ork, Leximntoni Diriet.S. C., who puir
taei him lrmt Mlr W. Rymmcim, of( Cluma
in,. S. C.; he is I8 or 19) years of age, 5
et S inchles high. and has a dark com
The owner is requested to come for
ardl, prove property, paty entarges, amid
ike him miway.
C. H GOOD MA N. .. ri. p.
Nov. 2. 1842 i f 40
IN TIlE COM MON PLE~AS.
arwile, Moore & Co.' (Delaraian in Debt.
ab O ry-Foreign AIlarknmant
I H lE P~minmii'& havinmg thmm. day filed their
declarationr in mliis case, in mmy office amnd
ldefindantm hiaving~ nom wife or attorney.
swn to be wIthin rins State. 0mn whmom a co
yof tuid declaramoni. with a rule tim plead cart
served: It is. ordered. tha-t thme said defend
it do pilead to thme sail de-clarmation, wvithmin a
ar and a day fromn then pumblicamionm of this or
.r, or final and abmsoluite judgmenit will be
yarded against him.
GEOA. POPE. c. c. r'.
erks Ofre, Oict. I8. 1-4-. ly 40
[. STIATlES DISTRICT COURT.
Yorder of the Coutrt ol Bankamrutcy. the
Eestate of Albert N. Ware. will be seold at
s i-esidenite. in Abbeville District, on Sator
y the 5ith day oif November neat. at eleven
ok, for cash.
JA.4. M1. VA NDIV ER, Auuigae.
Ah,.,.m... c. ... ta 15. 152 29
CoLuxaoA. October 26, 1842.
By i1 in Excellency Johin P. Richardson. Enqr.,
Governor and Comnnmanider-in-Chief in and
over the StLe of South Carolina.
r IIl.REAS. it has plea-d Almighty
God to guard and protect the People of
thii, State. during the past year, and bestow
upon them the richest blesings and mercies;
and whereas, it is meet and proper at all limes
to iake sincere and thankful acknowledge.
ne't. and"I humbly unmplore the aid of Him
whose provimce it is to create and destroy the
Nations of tie earth.
Now therefore. 1. John P. Richardson. Go.
vernmor of thie State of South Carolina. do. by
these tires.rnts set apart andi proclaim the ,-.
cond Thursiday in Novemiber next. to be obmerv
ed thringmhout this State as a day or Thanksgiv
ing. Humuiliation, and Pray-r. and do invite
and exhort all denOumintions of Christians and
mimr Citizen, generally, to dismiss all secular
business. and as-ewmhle themselves on that day
in theit respective louses of WVorship.1o ofag
ily their thaniks too the Almighty God, the Great
Dispooser fof e ents. to supplicate a continua
of his tender mereies, aid to engage in such
othe r devotional exercises as may be proper
amid smuitable to the occasioa..
Givein under my hand aid seal of the State.
at Columbia. this 26th day of October, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight
himiudred anid forty-two, and the sixty-se
veith year of American Independence.
JOhIN P. RICHARDSON.
31. LaaoRDE, Secretary of State.
Nov. 2 2t 40
State of South Caurolina
B Y OLIVER TOWLES. Esquire,
1 Ord inary of Ed;efield District.
Whereas, Lee Holwim, haiha applied to
ne fur Letteri of Administraion on all
and singular the goodis and chattels, rights
anm credits of Reuben, Johnson, hale of the
District aforesaid, deceased.
T hese are. therefore, so cile and admon
ish all and sing:ular, the kindred and credi
tort of she said deceased, to lie and appear
bltirc me. at our iex Oidinary's Court for
the said District ts be holden at Edgeheld
Court liouei oi ihe 14th November nextto
show cause. if any. why the said Adminis
trition should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 31.t
day cr October, one ahouimand eight hun
dred laud forty a wo. and in the sixty-sevenmh
year of A merican independence.
0. TOW LES, o. E. D.
Oc 31, 1842. ($2 12j) b 40
B E it Oriinmedo by the Intenidant and War
dens of the. Town of Edgefield in Conn
cil assembled, That whenever hlie Marshal
shall find any Slave or Free Person of color.
within the insits of said Town, engaged In any.
rioton or disorderly condnt. he may
the said Slave or Free Person of color, to:
and the said Slave or Free Person ofosiortina
rg the iendant, or Fte
the Slave, or by Free Person of color, of
fine dollar, in each case.o the Marshal . as his
conpenution for such nrrest and coominimnent.
JAMES A. WILLIAMS. Clerk.
October 24, 1842. 2t 319
F[ROM the stable of the Subscriber, near
.Edgeieldh C. H. on tihe night of the 20th
October. an excellent aorretBORtSE. with a
speck inimiu tefl eye, and a sinil stam in his fore.
henad, anid no umther white spot about him, Hie
is rather niude-r ~aize, about d years old, amid a
first rate wo~rk Ihorue, with quick actionz. .1
cominon Saddle anid blind Bridle were taken
wvith thme horse. lI'the thief is found anid safe
ly todgedh ini jail, amid lhem Hmise rettuned. t wen
ty dollars re ward will be given by thme sumbcriber.
F. W. PiCKENS.
Oct. 26 if 39
* F ORF.W A RN all prsues: front. tradi
I ing for a Note of hanmd. giv-mi tby ame to
Everns, Dani--t Jmne, amid Jhnm Ii Joes, for
omiu hnmndreid unmd tifim-eni dotllars. dime I'm Jnini.
ary l1-I2. nnmd payabtle 1.-i Jmnmumary l'-t~t. as ih
properly for whmichm sid nte was givem ii.,
proved to be useless tom ime. and wa-. warrmted
ton mue, I aim detieriminmed noti to piay .ad note. mii
less cotmpjelled by hlaw.
JOilN DORN. Jur.
Oct. 2fm tf 38
Fromm time smubscribersm planmtation,
tim Suinay the 2.k1 inast. a N,:gro
hios nameid PETER 11mm is about
of his age: lie is anmi meligent boy,
. and converses well omn moat anmy suib
jert: lie is aboummt 5 feet 2 or 3 iches
high: tie hadl mn when he weum away a low
crownmed fur fiat with a very narrow birim. a
light brown frock coat. n:riped piantaloons. amid
dark omised vest wnh metal buttons, lHe may
chianiges hii dirress. a.s lie lias other clothing ni ilh
him. .4ny initormaionm respiecting said boy will
be thanklimlly received, and any one apprehmend
inig hiim amid lodginig him ini any jail. so that I
get him, or briigitg him bo me, shall he suitably
mt-warded, and all reuasonmable ex pnses paid.
Address 1o Dumntonsville, P. 0 , 'dgefield, S.
C. JOHN BOYD.
Oct.mI if 39
State .r SOuth Carolinia.
BY OLIVER TOWL ES, Esquire
BOriary of EgefieldDitrit.
all and singular time goods and chaitelsa,
rights and credile of Thmomas Storme, late
of the District aforeaid. deceased.
These are, therefore, Iocite amid admon
ish all and singular, lime kindred and credi
tori oft he said deceased, to be and appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said Diistrict to be holden at Edge
field Court House on the 7th Novem'>er
1842, to shomw cause if any, why the
said Admimnistration shonld not be granted.
Given umndmer my hand and seal ihis 24th
day of Ocir. one thousand eighi hndired
und forty-two, and ini the sixty-seventh
year of A merican independence.
0. TOW LES, O.E. D.
Oct. 24, 1842. [62 124] 2: 39
BOOK & JOB PRINTING n
OF verdescripton executed wfi,
( eanesand despmtch.at theOBiki
-'EDGEFIELD BEAT COMPA
AvSYNo; , are hereby ordered to ap
pear at the Old Wells, armed and
equippedas the law direets.on Thur
dy the 3d day or November next,
'Re 'Ngmenital W~ill and Review.
Y O4,ffcers and Non-ciminissioned
Oiers will assemble the day pro
4au for Drill.'
By order of Capt. j. M. Cogburn.
T. G. BACON. 0. S.
Oct IQ 21 38
1.Ev C. H. Oct. 5, 1842.
N p" of Older, from Brigade Head
Qr the Seversth Regimient ofIufan:
iy is-hereby ordered to tppear at the O! Wells
on Tharsday, the 3d Nvember, next. Coin
missioned and Non Commissioned Officers the
d o. , By order of Col. Wtgfli,
- L. F. GOODE, Adjutant.
Oc.12. 4t 37
U. ST4TES DISTRICT COUBT.
In the Matter of ( 1,
T. S. Wilks & Co. j ankruptg.
BY order of the Ciurt of Bankruptcy, the
inilividual & pittnership prli.erty of T.
S. W ilki &r CO., will be sold Jun Sale day next,
at Abbeville Court HInuse. for cash.
- HENRY A. JONES, Assigne.
Abibeville C. H. Oct.I1,1842. 1 38
THE U. S. DISTRICT COURT,
DTRCT OF SoUTH CAROL.NA.
W HEREA James Morris. Junr., Fat.
Mer, 'Imiding in Edgefleld District,
State of.South Carolina, bath tiled a petition
praying,tbat be m..y be declared a Bankrupt,
pursuant to the Act of Congress of the United
d tm-4ade, and now in ore, cuoncerning
Bankrti Aiu, and that lie may have the bie. "
of-the'sidact, this is to give notice of the said
Petition. and that a hearing thereof will be had
before the fonorble Robert B. Gilchrist, Judge
of de mid.Court, at-& Court to lie holden at the
Federal Court House, in Charleston, on 'Mll.
day the seventh day of November next. at
I Io'clock, A. M., at which place and tine all
aterested may appear and shew caue,
t halve, why the prayer ofthe said pe.
11 shoud not be granted.
Chirleston 13th day of October. 1842.
11. Y. GURAY, Clerk.
Oct. 19 31 3d
THEY1uS. DISTRICT COUKT,
DisTrc-T or SOUT CAROLtNA
IN BA NSKRUPTC Y.
W IIERZAS Robert C. Jones, late a Mer.
ebant.-now au Overseer in Edgefield
District,r&;C..hath filed a petition praying that
he may lisjereda Bamak rut, puraantiothe
act of Cdigreslo the United Stites, made,
and noviji force. concerning Bankrupts. and
that lie iay have the benent of the said act;
this is to gleejsotice f the said petition, and
that a heaaingibreof will be hail before the
Honorable Robert B Gilchrist, Judge of the
said Coui at a Court to be holdeti at the Fed.
eral CoutH o' in Charleston. on Monday,
the seventh da : -Noveiber next, at eleven
o'clock, A.! NitWhich place and time all per
sons interisted may appear and shew cause, if
any they ive why the prayer of the said peti
tioner sd otbe granted.
Charlu1, M3t day of October
OctI9I~ ~ 'H. Y. GR YC
? Y OLVER TOWLES, Esquire.
I Ordinary of Edgeflield District.
Whereas, Laura Ann Hobbs.-& James
S. Harrison, bath applied !o me fur Liet
ters of Administration on all and siugn
lar the goods and chattels, rights and cre
dits of Blurrell E. Hubbs, late~ of the Dis
trict oforesaid, dceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and adinon
ishh all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased. tu he andl appear
hefizre me, at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District to be hioldlen at Edlgefleld
Court House oin the 7th Nuavember 16142,
tii show cause. i( any. why the said Ad
mnimstration should not hie granted.
Given under my handi and seal this24th
day of October, 0one thousand eight hun
dred! antd forty two. atndl in the sixty-seventh
yer uC 4 tmerican Itindepenslence.
0. TO WLIES, o. i:. D.
Ocitober 24. 1842. S2 1e4 It 39
"tate of 'south, Carolin.
BY OLIVER TOWLEd, Ewinire,
i ~Ordiary of ELltefiel'l District.
Whereas. Charles $. Po.well, hath ap
plied to me for Letters of Adinisaittion
on all and singulair the' goodsi! and chattel-,
ri;:hta anti re-lits of M1urtuin Burkhaulter,
late of the District aforesnidl, deceatsed.
These tnre, thierefoure, toi este aund adnon
ish all anml singular. thle kinidred and credi
mors of thn said decensed, ti lie atnd appear
before me, nt our next Ordinary's Court for
thte said District to be holden at Edgefieldl
Court House on the 7th day of November
next, to sbow cause, if any, why the said
Admoinistrationl should 0ot be granted,
Oiven under my hand and seal this 24th
day of October, one thousand eight hun
dred and forty t wo. and in the sixty-seventh
year iuf American ltdepenence.
0. TOW LlES, 0. a. D.
Oct. 24, 1842 (Se 124) b 89)
State of' South ('a:rolina.
IN T HE COMMON PL EAS.
Robiert W. Mathis,
WViley Hilton. Forrpg nucmnt.
T HIE Plaintiff'having this day filed his de
elaration in my oflice, and the defendat
baving no wife or attorney, known to be with
the in Iltate, on wvhom a copy of the same. with
a rule to pleaid.could he served. It is ordered,
that die defendant pleadto the said declaration
within a year and a day, or final and absolute
judgment will be given against him.
G EO. POPE, c. c. a'.
Clerk's Office, Dec. 15,1841. c. aqe 47
State of South C:arolina,
ABBE VI LLE.DISTRICT.
IN THE COMM~ON PLE.AS.
Jobn A. Donald. gA ..ums
vs. >ttacbment. sums
Win. M. Creewell. )
T HE Plaintiff lhaving filed his declaration
Rin tay offies against the Defendant who is
without the limits of State. Ordered that the
said defendant do apper and plead thereto
within esear and a dyfromt the filing of the
same, ~rwi finaijudement will be awar
JNO. F. LiINGSTON, C. C. P.
Clerk~efies Sept 24. 1842.
EXTRA COURT OF EQUITY,
A LL Snitors and others interested. are here
hy notified, that a Cont t or Chancery, to
bear all causes not disposed of at the regular
June Term of said Court, will be held at Ldge
field Court flouse on the third aonday in No
By order ofhas Honor Chancellor Harper.
J. TERRY, c. .. x. n.
Oct 19 5t 38
T HE undersigned having estblished a
COMII3ERCIAL HO0USE in flamburg
S. C. to be conducted liv Mr. WILLIAM It.
GREENE, respectrielly twegs leave to cnll the
attention of his friendis and the public general
ly. to his STOCK OF GROCElIES, Ac..
now opeinlag in the Br:ck Siort. on t.ntre
street. formerly occupied tby Mr. 31. 1). .Maber
The Stock is entirely new. and havirng bemi
carefully selected for this market, will be sIld
on very accommodating tertis.
Hamburg. Sept. 2d, 1d42.
Oct. 12 6t 27
0E7 The Greenville .laauntaineer ard Edge
field Advertiser, will please inle the nbhve
twice a mouth for three monthsi gnd forward
their hilLs as above. J. W.
Boots,. Leather, & Shoes.
T HE Subqenber is receiving tn addition to
T his present stock of home manufnetured
work, a large assartmeant of Northern *aad.
BOOTS, SiIOES. & LEAThiER,
which will be sold as cheap as they canl he
bought iin tht SLate. Those wishing to par
chase will do well to call, as I am deterraomaed
not to be undersold.
Negro Showes, fron -74 to $1 25
Ladies fine slippers. SI ( to) 1 3
. common " 624 to 75
S Leaatah-r 1ns. $1 l* to .1:
All kinds. tr BoUTS and S iOE n mad. to
order, with neatneas and de-laitcla
Oct. 19 tf :0
rI HE Suobseribers re.pecthilly iaform
thle Ladies if tlis vicinit. and the puiblie
gcmenrnly. that they have ju'st receaiv.d frtn
New York, a new and well selected assort
FALL AND INTER GOOD
A ND TRIMMINGS
ofthe latest style.Coasisting in paris of Silks.
Satins. Rilbons. Laces. Gluves. 3lits. Ilosary
Scarts. Fancy Swals, Cambric hlandLerchiefs.
Velvets. Whnlehone, nrts. Cuanbe. lIrnshes,
Pin-, Netedles. Perfumery of various kinds.
and many other articles to) numerous to nean
A tine asoortment of Le;horn. Florence Tewo
can. and Stiaw tionucu. Fre nch nd Amer"
can Flowers. Fashionable Silk fiats made to
MRi. E. M. DOWD
will superisitenid the establislamenit. wlhoe
long experaence in flussine.ss, fias made her
fanalaiar with all its branches. All work will
be executed with neatness and dispatcb and
in a style not inferior to any visillarsasbish
ll61ment, in Charleston or Augusta.
Orders fkom the country. are re ily
October j0. 1842 .
VIw~rnd Winter GoW
' I HE iubscriber begs leavm to sifortm his
friend, and the public generally, that he
will be receiving histek !!f ! ta h
FAWA..t, .WIP J*Jr.NPTE JP
FIL .1.OD J1'L2I'W
Consicting of almzost eveory areticu ha s usually
kept in this maraket.
A .good supply English andi American
Prints. Kentuscky, Jeans. .Flannels,
Suttinets. Casimerug Clothk,
Also a good suppuly ol' Brmens H:>mespuns.
Blanaket, Arrarys, and ).insey9, Hats,
Cups. .%hoes. Saddleny. lIardwtre.
Also a god .-tapply ~f. SU'GAIR and CIul-TE E.
All af which ill be offecrred to cu~tnaers at
lore prires to correspond seithi the hard times. I
onaly ask all to, c.dtl andh exssamine l'mr themnselves
I ide thiantkful for past huavors anad hoape by strt
atteuion to baumess toa merit a contmataance.
Edtgeieltd C. hI. Oct. 1I tt :r;
State of southi Carolinia.
Jarotb B. Smaiith, &. anutther.
rs. Bill fur ;.clirf.
Ilenry Slhhz. Oliver
Sanaapsonm & iil. J
IT appeariung to ay satisfaction. that thae Iin.
WU~addy Trhomipsoan.: d-eeadanst ina this ent-e
as without the limgit. afthis State: .rdere-d, that
he do appaent, aand plead a:nswer or demaaar to
the Hill wvathimn three moanthas ( aom the phubbean
lion aftlais ntice, oar tl.e said Ball wall be takens
pro confesso against haaam.
August 16,1. w. 3m 29
State of' Sout h Carol ina.
Vianceunt D. Cogbura. A phelanl,
Josepha Parker & others. D~efen'ts.
UT appeiartmg to Day satisfactioni that Josephl
Parker. Bejana Parker, WVilliaun Parker,
Ilezekiah Barnes. Talley and witfe ra
ev.'reside withouat thae linaits of thais St:ate. It is
tiaerefore ordered, that they dos appear anid ath
ject to the division or sale of a tract afkaand de
vised to thet aboavo naamed personas lay WVilam
Robaertson dec'dt.. 'anoer before thte twenaty-sob
dlay ol Deaceamber net, air their consseins ta the
sam'e will be entered of reror d.
G;iven aunder my hand, at may office, this 4th
day ofOctohea. 182
OLIVER TOWILES. o.r..
Oct. 5 3mu ;xi
"tate of' Southi Cairolina.
IN TIlE GOMMDON PLEAS.
es. Decdaration ie A ssumapsit.
for the uase of
Win. Sesarry, Declaration in Det.
V i H Eplaintf's naving thes day filed their
5.declarations in thae alave stated cases, in
my ofilce, and thae defenadana having no wile or
attorney, known to be within tis State. on
wvhom a copy of said dleclarntions. wvitha a rule
so plead shsall be snerved. It is ordered that the
said defenadantt do plead to theo said declartinss
withia a year andl day f'rom the pubalicationt of
this order, or final and absolute juadgmnent wil
be awarded against lam.
GEO. POPE, c. c. a'.
Clerk's Ojcc. 1
Whitlock & McNeill.
Hj AVE rovided thenselvels wilh every
vuriety of mat rial, selected with caje,
and also experienced wsorkmien. and havo
permanently located at Gazz.m wouD, in Abbe
ville District, for the purpose! orCoinch Manu
facturing and tepairing in j!1 its various
.4n. MCN rtLL 1a served his time to the bn
isineo. and with his present facilities and past
experience.,he can with co'nfidonce asuar thosm
who ilay be slimpooed ti favor them with their
patron.that nlhmg .sl be wanting in
point of workntswhip. natness and despatch.
to givet salitis-seion, ansd that by indnstry and
ceinemy lie will minke li- prices currespond
with tie hardine-s -f tife tiues.
Greceiwooo. Oct. leth, Bt ./
Land for Sale.
SACRES o"the pkiniaion known
So 0.4 tile
8itunted in tins destrict. on L.ittle Mnils& river,
hair wny between :drt field and Netberty
Cossrt flouses. Thle kniildliibns aire on this part
of the tried. I Canly one wi..he. tio make mss ad.
valtageous settisdsleunt. ohe cats get a fair bar
"ain. The subscrbuer liv~- lis the place, and
is ready at an-s Ztis to ,b.m it.
ART II I'It S IM KINS.1-1Im
Edgefield, Asngsnet V. h-42 t( 2)
A LL persons havst: d,-niais against tie
estate OfrT. ii. PIC leceaid. are re
queoted to prepem thems. and thuse indebted to
uake imwediate paymasesit to
A. A. CLARK, Adm'r.
Oct. 12 2 37
The Wonderful Cares
DR. SW AYNL'S C')MPOUND SY'
ItP OF P(It''US VitGINIAAN
Mt1 WiLl) ClIERitY1.
M Ot E Pi( 0F oj the efcacyof
trayns's Compouad 63up of Pru
nus Virgna iinua. or ft i14 Cherry.
.l rs. I l-wn, corne. ecoud street
and the forks sf Geri a road, ellec.
tunllv cured. tier syip Onr. were, gece
ral debility, a!tended wilh a contantcough.
pain in he side. lre-.t, and back. with
other sympiton inientive of Pulmonary
Disease. not esenniato intimate. After
usiing fhie second bitth sf 0 his invaluable
medicine, her con;i- entirery diisappeared.
and her strenincre-insna fras.-and ly
Ihe time she u-el bvl olth-a more. As
found heetlf frsel srom all pain and other
unplearsant yItoiim9)lls4 whicl atended her'
disena'e. She is ssstv eujoTing perfect
health. and willing to give any informa
tion respectiin her cure: likreise recom
mends thi Ssrup It all offlicted witha'
sea or a Diaea:t-s if the Lang-s. -
:Orsale by Dr. Swayineat54 North sit
st. Philadelpl.ia. nd Iby
.CLA RK E & Co,.Drug its.
Centre andhMoiertriits am -
hig S. C.
joue;, M1, 2
EDGEFIELD DISTiU T.
IN TIlE -COMMON PLEAS.
Anson Decaraon inAt
W IHEREAS ihePV ii ll .e aove
statedl case, has thvday fited hit
Declarationa isgnisnl the D , nuat, who is'
absent froms andI without the limits of this
State. ns il is said. having neither wife nnr
asttornaev, knowisn withina the samue, on whotns
ra copa~y'sf the Declrarationt with. a-.rtalc to
P'lendl thereto. rnight hie served:iOrdered
that the Defendant Plead to the ssid Diec
larationi, within a y car tand a dsv. rrom thse
dtate therof, otherwise finasl ansi absoluto
judgmentt w'ill be aw" ardedn n2;ninans himt.
GEURG E l'Ol'E. c. c. r
Clerk's Office i agje 44
Nov.27. I841. (_
state ol' ""uli Cirolinia.
lN T1'I COMMON 1-12AS.
len.is.C(lirath. D eelsatIon in .ls
ts. - . ararpsie.
Johhn .t,-nery. . Foreigr Attaedanent.
.urmneal .11. 1..ha prell, Declaration in .1s
.lihn .$eurrv. orien Attacjamcut.
Pj11E pl'aiuntitlhbas ing ts. sday tiled theirde
s steinrastion. in the' abaossecassi its may otice.
anshe s,-f,-nanst hs. ing te 'n wif,- ir attorntey, ,nf~i~
known ts hei n. tin usIti- ~stt, s>i a. borm s co
piy of said decl:.irasitis. 'w suh :t rtsb- i. . ad, cans
bie srr'ad. It is ari rd.-rd that st said d,-ltn
sdamt dii pleadut ii the ~sid d--elnrastmass. n ethc in
year andss au Javs !rsom the' puiblicatiar. sof tis .
der, sir hinl :s st aiailhtte jnsdmuet nsill be o
Iaw.ardled ngauiint hsi.
a;EO. POPE,. c. c. r
Clerk's Ofier. ii a
~'~tte f~ ~ 4 ;3~oe a:
IX TIIE COMUMU.X PLE.l3
11. J. Rlynns,
!.. B. Piixlev.eiu' .tiadm~~
h :.a wyti, oir atlorntey.knowna so ben ith
urn.~i :-:t..o who au~sls cspy sof the same, with
-ein is plea~d. coinhl tin s,-rveu: It is orderedl
thast thse- dhetnants Ple'ad to, the staid declarastions
wstts ca ar ands a day. or inal arid absoluto
udgent will be gae:s agaiunst hsiss.
Clerk's Ofrie. Decw.1f,18441 c. ege 47
IN TilE CO.\l31lON PLEAS.
Beverly BJuton ) Attachment,
\ 3..1. Stiile. Debt.
7g-1HlE Plaintill'havin:: thsis day filed hiis
2 Declaration isn smy ofihce~aud the Defend
Iant having nso Wife or Attorney knsownato be
'villain thse State, on w h55m a rcopy ofthse same,
wile aruile to pleadh, could lbe served. It is or
sdered that the Defensdanst plead to the said dec
laration withain a year and s day, or tinal and
absolnte judgemnent will begiven atgairnst him.
GEt.. POPE, c. c. r.
Dec. 38, 1841t a .e a 7 50 47
APPLICATION will be maste to the Legi.
lasture of this State, at its next sesion, for
clo.sing the rads eendiung from the Five Not ch ~
ilsad to them Scott' Perry Road, known-by the.
name of the New Maarket Road.
Auigst 23 v . 31