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Read and reflect! then
(At the NEW CASH STORE, in HAtaunc
AS Opened; and is now receiving, a frei
.Hand the apaproaching 85eaon among Zin
Wooland piece dyed Black, Blue, Olive and
A great variety ,t Cassimeres. Vestings and Ti
PRINTS, DelA INS, BOMBAZINE
English. Fiench and American Calicoes, at all
fabric; Cotton and all Wool Flannelst Colored, I
ilns; a great variety of Brown and Bleecked Shea
and Plain Linseya, Blankets. &c.
HATS, CAPS, 30(
A good supply of Hats. hest quality ant latest
The above at as low prices as cau be had in the
Wool and Merino.
Shirts, Drawers, Hosiery,
The above comprising by far the most exten
having been purchased for cash in the eity of n
87 The subscriber acknowledges with pleas
fom the trading.comtmunity of this and the adjo
ners, at ali-timUes, every advantage that the marl
be had intthiicountry. Purchasers are respectf
H amburg. October 7
L COVAR. respectfiully informs the citi
" zens of Edgeheld, and the adjoining dis
tricts, that he has on hand. a great variety o
all of which has been manufactured at his esta
blishment. of the:best materials, and by first
rate workmen, which he will dispose of at the
Hamburg and Augusta prices.
Roofing & Guttering
done with ueatness and despatch, at the 1am
burg and Augusta price.
Persons wisning to supply themselves with
TIN WARE. would do well to call and exa
. mine his stok, previous to applying elsewhere,
as they wili obtain as great bargains as can be
obtained at any similar manufactory in the
Oct11* tf 37
NEW BOOT, S1OE,
* N R.rE A1 STORE.
T HE Subscribers respectfully informs
their friends and the public ii general, that
they have entered into co-partnership, and will
carry on the above named business in all its va
rious branches, in the town of Hamburg.
They will always keep on hand a quantity of
- FINE BOOTS,
Warranted home made Shoes. Brogans, &c.
Coarse and fine Ladies Shoes. Children's do.,
Northern Brogans, &c.
Harness ' Wagon seers.
BOOT & SHOE FINDINGS.
In short, they will keep all articles connected
with the trade, which they will sell cheap for
Cash, well dried Hides, or town acceptances.
N B. Boots and Shoes made to order, in the
most fashionable style, and Repairing neatly
executed at the shortest notice.
M1. L. GEARTY,
October 11 itf 37
JUST received and now opening, a splen
did stock of
suitable for the season. comprising the atmost
variety of articles'in his line of business. by
J. O. B3. FOR D.
Hamburg, Septr. 22 tf 35
GROC E RIES, &c.
H E1l Subscribers respectfully inform their
friends and the public, that they have re
ceived a large and fresh supply of GOODS,
selected by one of the firm, int Newv York, Bos
ton. Philadelphia, Baltimore atnd Charleston,
which in addition to their former stock.. com
prises the largest and best assortmuent of Goods
ever olred in this mauket, consisting in part
-40.hhds. Porto Rico. New Orleans and
St Croix Sugars,
350 bags Rtio, Cuba, Porto Rico, St. Do
mingo. Java. and .Mocha Coffee,
70 bbdls. WVest India M1olasses,
10 tm.!ccs Cuba do.
35 bbls. New Orleans do.
70,000 lbs. Bacon. lia:ns,Sides& Shoulders,
80,000 ".Swede Iron,, assarted sizes,
5,000 " English do
3,000 " Band and Hoop Iron,
3,000 " Nail R-nds & [Horse Shoe shapes,
2,000 " Can', German. & Blistered Steel,
200 setts Wagon Boxes,
1,700 sacks Salt, (bleached sacks,)
2,000 bushels Salt, in bulk,
500 pieces IHemp and Tow Bagging, 43
to 46 inches wide,
250 pieces Gunny Bagging,
1,000 lbs. Banging Tr wine, (Weaver's,)
* 150 coils : aiilla Bale Rope,
100 do Hemp do do
1,500 yatzds Osnaburga,
5,00)0 lbs. double refined Loaf Sugar,
3,000 "" " crushed do.
S3,000 " powdered . do.
1,000 - single refined Loaf do.
20 boxes Turpenmme Soap,
10 " Sperm Candles,
20 " H ull's patent C'andles,
5 tieirces fresh ground Rice
2,000 lbs. White Lead No. 1 Union Mills,
25 bbl. Canal Flour, (chtoice brand,)
40 doz. dining, parlor, rocking and
7cases Hats and Caps,
* 150-casks Stone Lime. (in fine order,)
20 kegs Dupont's FFF g Powder,
1,000 lbs. Bar Lead,
40 boxes Window Glass 8x10& 10x12,
130 bags Shot, assorted sizes,
2,500 pair-, Sh'oes,
Tea, Pe pper, Spice, Ginger, Chocolate. Cm
namon, Ahntonds. Starch, Nutmoegs. Gote chew.
ing Tobacco, Negro Cloths, Blankets, Shoe
Thread, Cotton Yarn, Cotton Cards, Wool
Cards, Tracks, Sieves, Plough Lines, Indigo,'
Madder, Blue Stone, Coppueras, Epsoma Salts,
'Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil, a (superior article,)
Trace Chains, Fitth Chains, Smoothing Irons,
bra'. bound cedar Buckets, horse Bticketa
Pails, Tubs. Keelers, WVillowv Wagons, nues
Measures, Feathers, &c. &c. &c.
SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Hamburg July, 1, 1843. tf 2
1Xew Fall d Wizater Goods,
-- liE Subsecribers respectfully inform their
customers, and the public generally
that they are now receiving a large and splen
did assortment of fall .ind winter Goods, pur
chiased in Newdurjf, Philadelphia, and Char
leston, embraci:K a general assortment of
*Staptale and auy Goods,
Hard ware, Shoes, Hmirpeies, Crockesy,
&cc. &c- all of which t~~1ll ozt terms to
suit the times. G:.&EPEN
rND UCREI1 T Pi.
decide for yourselves2
SAA FO iD,
in the same Budding of Howtza's Hotel.)
h supply of NEW GOODS, suited. to this
:h may be found
Invisible Green, Brown and mixed Cloths
ilors' Trimmings, of the best quality.
6, ALPACCAS, SHEETINGS, &c.
prices;.Furniture Colicoes: Linens of eyery
Plain, Plaid and Striped'Cambries; Swiss-Mus
stiugs and Shirtings, Osnaburgs, Kerseys, Plaid
)TS AND SBOES.
style; Mcen's Boots and Shoes, Ladies Shoes,
State. A large assoroineit ofSbawls, Cotton
Handkerchiefs, &c. ec.
sive stock of Dry Goods ever offered in town,
rew York, wlich.will be sold correspondingly
are, the extensive patronage he has received
ining Districts; and desiring to give his custo
et affords, is still prepared to sell as low as canl
ully invited to call, examine, and satisfy them
CHAS. SANFORD -
BLAND & BUTLER
A RE now receiving and opening a general
and well selected assortment -if
Fall & Winter Goods,
Selected with great care. by one of the firm; in
New York, to which they respectfully invite
the attention of their cn-ttomoers arrd the public
generally. They are also receiiung a fresh
''aincy s.Fllinery Goods,
which enables them to furnish, and make to or
der any article in that branch of business, as
low as any similar establishnment in the coun
try The .l ilinery Department, will continue
under the stperintendance ofM rs. E. M. DOWD.
whose business gnalifications are too well
known, to nced ct.unment.
Oct. 4tf 36
Fall anti Winter Goods.
T IE Subscribers have received their Fall
and Winter supply of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
French, English and American Prints,
Alpaccas. l erinos, Bumbazines,
Eariston Ginghams. Orientals, Muslin De
Cloths. Cassimerne. Sattinetts,
Kentucky Jetnes. Kerseys, Plaid Lindseys.
Flannels.S4, 9.4, 104. and 11-4 Blanikets.
3-d, 4-4.6.4, and 12.4 bleach and unbleached
Silk, Woolen and Cotton Shawls.
Silk, Woolen and Cotton Hosiery,
And all other articles usually kep in our
line of business.
FRAZIER & ADDISON.
Edgefield, Oct 9, - 6t 37
New Fal & Winter Goods.
1HE Subscribes are now receiving and
opening their Stock of Fall and Winter
Goods; Comprisitg a complete assortment of
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods,
Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery, Hats, Shoes.
and Saddlery. Blankets and Kerseye, and
ahnost every article that is usnlly ket in this
market, they call the attention of their friends
and the public generally to examine their stock.
PRESLEY & BRYAN.
Sept.20 tf 35
Merchant Tailor Shop,
UNDER THE SUPERINTFNDANCE OF
Mr. G. W. DICKINSON.
(Sibley's Corner, 11A MBURG, S. C.)
W H[ERE Clothes will be made to Meas
ure, not inferior in Style and Work
manship, to any Shop in the Southern country
The Stuck Consists of
French. American and West of England
Broad Cloths andt Bearer Cloths,
of all the fashionable atnd dniriable colors, end
of every price and quality.
Buckskin Casmsimueres, bak andh fancy colored,
Wool-dyed do. fignred and plain,
Paris diamond aind fiat'd French Cassimeres,
Silk, Satin anod Velvet VESTING S,
Plain and Fignred do.
Quilted Merino, rich Persianm and Cashmere
Marseilles, Swansdown and Valencia Vestin gs,
All of which, will be sold by the Pattern. or
made up to measure, warranted to fit, or noasale.
Stocks, Scarfs, Cravats, Cravat Stifieners.
Bosoms, Colinirs, Gloves. Suspenders,
Merino and Cotton Shirts, Drawers, Hose.
Together with a veneral assortment of
Ti/ors' Trimmings, Wh'/olesale or Retail.
WM KETCH.IM & Cu.
Hamnbnrg, Oct 7, 1P43. . l1t 37
WM. KETCH a.M & COa
W HIOLE$ALE~ AND RETAIL
In Anmcrican, F~rech~ and English
FA(CY A.%O eTAplE
D RY G 00D S.
SILK, LEGIIOLN AND STRAW
CARPETS, MATTING & OIL CLOTH,
DUTCH BOLTING CLOTH. &c. &c.
Sibley's Corner; liumbumrg, Oct 7. l0t 37
J. 0. B. FORD,
H AS a handi constmly engaged in New
York Jr Bostontito ethic himt to receive
at thme earliest possible dates. evety.
New style & t'ashmion 'of Goods
as they conme ot. andt will be receiving by al
most every itrrival fromt those places dnrinag thme
season. Thantkttil for the past, he takes this
method to solieit future iand increased patron
Hamburg, Septr2 t( 35
LIST E.1 A T TillS.
old stand, at 12) cents per bale for the first
month, and 8 cents per hale for each anid every
month after. Strict cen will be taken with allI
Cotton setnt to my charge, and I think Planters
will protect their interests by.patronising those
that offer to sell or wourk cheapest.
- W. P DELPH.
Hamliurg, Auguist.15 4m 30
ISS HEREBY*GIVEN. that epplica
cation will be masde at Ithe ensuing Legisla
ture, for the Incorporation. of the Methodist
Prtestant Mont Zion Church. in Abbeville
WM. H. K[RKPATRICK,
* Pres. Board Trustees.
unst 24 - 3m.31
8- hEREBY GIVEN, that application wrill
Rbe made at the next dession of the Legis
ator of this -State, to incorporate! Bethany
Augmut7 im 28
- ~ otce.
8S HEREBY GIVEN, that application will
Kbonmade to the Legislatsre 'at itsanexi ses
sin yan Aeof ,Ingor paratigt o. the Pal.
.mtt6 Fre Cenp~yofEgled
State of South Carolina,
The Trus'ees of the Edgefield Village
Academy, vs. Wm J. Wightman, John
Bausket, and others.-Bil fur Fore
closure of Mortgage.
NOTICE is hereby given, that by vir
tue of an-Order from Court of Equi
ty, I shall offer for sale, to the highest bid
der, at Edgelield Court House, on the first
Monday in.December next, .the Real Es
tate of the late John Moore, deceased, or
so much thereof as will satisfy the debts
due to Plaintiffs, secured by a Mortgage
of the following tracts of land, situate in
the. District and State aforesaid, viz:
The Key tract, containing eight hun
dred (800) acres, more or less, on Mill and
Stevens' Creek, adjoining lands of John
Sullivan and others.
The Quarles' tract, containing one hun
dred (100) acres, more or less, adjoining
the Key tract, and'other lands of the said
The Williams' tract, containing seven
ty-five (75) actes, more or less,.adjoining
the Key tract, and other lands of the said
The tract on which the said John Moore
lived at his death, containing eight hun
dred (800) acres, mote or less, adjoining
lands of Uetsen and others. .
A Pine land tract, containing four hun
dred (400) acres, more or less, adjoining
lands lately owned by Benjamin R. Till
man and others, at the head of Sweet
Water Branch, a branch of the Savannah
River. And a large body of land, em
bracing several parcels, on Savannah Re
ver, noar Bull Sluice, containing one thou
sand (1000) acres, more or less, adjoining
lands of David Bunch, James Vann and
Terms.-The said lands to be sold on
the following terms: the sum of five hun
hred dollars, and costs and expenses or this
suit, to be paid in cash; and the balance on
a credit of twelve months. Title to be
signed, but not delivered, until the pur
chase money is paid; and if the purchase
money be not paid when due, the said
lands to be resold for cash, at the risk of
the former purchaser. Possession to be
Given on the first day of January neat.
. J. TERRY, c. E. F. in.
Nov 3, 1843 89 681 41
Water Proof, & No MirtaAIe I
H, L. JEFtERS & co,
WAREIIeaUSF. & GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.-H AM BURG, S. C. .
B EU leave to inform their friends, and th,
public generally, their NEW WA'TER
PROOF WAREHOUSE, with large conve
nient close Stores attached, is now .completed
and ready for the reception of -
Cotton, Merclhandise, &r.
It is situated ot the principal street leading
into the business part of the town, four feet
above the highest water mark by actual survey,
entirely remote from all other buildings, which
renders it fire-proof, and ennveniently situated
for loading and unloading wagons.
They are now permanently located in this
place, and pledged not to speculate in Cotton
on their own account, but to give their undivi
ded attention to theinterest of their customers,
and are fully prepared to attend to the Sale,
Storing and Shipping, of
..otlon, Flour. Bacon, &c.
fteccivinoand Forwarding MlE R( HIANDISE.
tPurchaslng Goods to order, &c. &c.
Their charges will be as follows:-For sel
'ling Cotton 25 cents per hale; Shipping do,
124 cents per bale. Commission for buying or
selling Merchandise and Produce 2, per cent.
Forwarding and Storage, in accordance with
the establishted rates. All Cotton, FIltir, &c.
received by the riverfree from whairfago. Li
heral advatices will -he imade when required,
ont any consignmenms made to them.
Hamtburg, Septr. 9 tf 33
To Planters #s.?erchants.
I BEG leave to inform you, that I continue
the WA REHOUSE and COM3IIlS$ION
BUSINESS at my old s'tand, kitownm as the
WATER-PROOF WAREHOUSE. Detach
ed as it is from other butildings. its baeation, ren
'hers it nearly as secure from Gire. as if it wvas
fire-proof. Th le floors have been elevated above
the high water mark of the great freshet oh
Planrers will thus be secured from the possi
bility of loss and damage by'freshets.
I avail myself of the present-occasion, to re
iurn my thanks to my friends and patrons, for
their liberal support dtirin~gthe passt seasonl. 1
solicit front thtemt and the public genierally. a
continuance of this confidlenee and assture them
that in return for their patronage, I will use my
best pereonal eff'orts to piomote and protect
their interests, committed to mt~ charge. In
addition to this assunance, I pleoge mysel fthat
I will in no case purchase a bal of cotton,. di
rectly or indirec'ly. 1 will attend persontally to
the sale and ihrwardintg of cotton to Savannah
or Charleston; also, to the sale oif Bacon, Flour,
&.c. &c., and to the receiv.ing anid forwarding
or gosods to the up-country. Having a finme
wharf attached to my W~arehouse, no wharfage
will be charged on cotton to miy came, eithei
for sale or to be forwarded to Savannah or
My comsmissions for selling cottont, wilt 6e
23 cenits per bale, antd l2& cetnts for forward
ing. I wdll also attend to the buyig of goods
Very respecctfnlly, yours, &c
Hamburg Angusat 2, I843
Autgtut 9 6m 28
T HE Sutbscribe-r wvishtes to sell at privat
sale, his erop of Caorn, Fodder, &c.,
togethier with his stock of Hogs and Cattle;
his Farmitig Utensils, and Household & Kitch.
en Fitrnitture. ie will rent his Ptantatiin,
wvhichu contains aboiut 300 acres of land, of
which about 75 or 100 acres are cleared, witha
good dwelling and other outl~touses.
Hie wishes ta obtain a situation as Overseer,
for the niext year..
Persons wishing to purchase any of the arti,
eles I have to dispaoae of. ',r to rent the pinatas
tion can apply to me, livitng in thte Fork of
Edisto, near John Lott's, on the rond to Aiken
Oct 18t 3i8
IS HEREBY GlVENthiat applicatiot
..will be mnade at thetnext Sessionof the
Legislatare of this State, for an Act of incorpo
rationi for the Chturch at Hardies, commonlJ
called Big Stephens' Creek..
Anuust 7 tin. 28
ALL persons intdted for work done at the
A Saw M ill, are requested to come forward
and settle their accounts m r the year 1842, eith
er by note or other wise; antd thiose having de
anuds agaitnst thaeesiate 'of Jesse Swearengeni
dec'd., are requested to haxd in their accounts
rwtaberi tf 38
AN ELECTION for Sheriff and Ordinary
of Edgefield District, will be held on the:
second Monday in January next and the day
following, at the-following places of election in.
said District, viz:
Longmire.s, Dunton's, Moore's, Mlosley's,
Rochnell's, Parks', Red Hill. Howard's, Col
lier's. Cloud's, Pine House. Hamburg, Beach
Island, Powell's Randall's Boulware's, Court
House, Ridge, Long's, Mount Willing. Per
ry's. Coleman's. Richardson's, Christie's. Al
len's, Smyley's, She ppard's, and Dora's.
The Managers will meet at Edgefield Court
House on the day following, (Wednesday,)
count tho votes and declare tie electicn.
GEO. POPE, c. c P.
Edgefield C. H. Clerk's Office, Oct. 30. 1843.
Nov. 1 lOt 40
State of South ('arolina,
v. Bill fur Partition.
Elizabeth Todd. &. al.
N OTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN. that by
order of the Court of Equity, I will sell
to the highest hidderat Edgefield Court House;
on the first 3fonday in December rixt, the real
estate of James Wilson. dec'd., situate in the
I District and State afuresnid, on the water of
Ninety-Six Creek, containing one thousand
acres, more or les'. part of it adjoining lands
of Charles Canter, Renhen Cooper, and others,
and part of it being the tract of seven hundred
acres, more or less, granted in 1813, to James
McCracken, Executor of said Wilson, then
bounded by lands of Alexn nder Travis, Charles
Cooper. and others; in five separate tracts ac
cording to plots ofresurvey, which will be ex
hibited on the day of sale: on a credit of one
and two years. the second payment to bear in
terest after twelve months firm ulh day of sale,
except the costs, which must by be paid in cash;
the purchasers to give bonds and persal secu
rity, and mortctages of the premises to secure
the purshase money.
H.A. JONES, c. E. A. D.
Abbeville C. H. Com'rs Office, Nov. 2, 1843.
Nov. 2 ($4 84j) 4t 41
State of South Ca'olinla.
BY OLIVElR TOW LES, Esquire,
.Ordinary of Edgefield District.
Whereas, William Rushton, hath ap
plied to me f'r Letters of Administration,
on all and singular the goods and chattels,
rights and credits of Mary Rushton, last of
the District aforesatid, deceased.
'i'bese are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to be and appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District to be holden at Edgefield
Court House on the 20th of Nov. 1843,
.to show cause, if any, why the said Ad
mninisiration should not be granted.
Given under my hand-and seal this 7th
lay of Nov. one thousand eight hun
dred and forty three, & in the sixty-eighth
year of A merican Independence.
0. TOWLIES, o. E. D.
Nov. 8, 1843. ($2 12j b 41
STATE OF S. C.ROLNASV.
B Y OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire.
Ordinary of Edgefield District.
Whereas, Chares Freeman, hath ap
plied to time for Letters of Administration
oni all and singular the goods and chat'tels.
rights. and c-edits of Catherine Whitten,
late of the District aforesaid, deceased
These are, therefore, to cite and admnon
ish all and singular the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to be and appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District to lie holden at Edge.
field Court House on the 20tb of November
inst., to show caue, i. any. whny the said
Administration should not he ygranted.
Given under niy hand and seal thtis 7th
day of Novr. one thousnd eight hutn
dIred anid forty three, & in thne sixty-eighth
year of Atmerican lndlepetndence..
0, TOW LES o. E. D.
Novr. 7. 1843. ($2 1'd] 2t 41
state of South Carolna.
BY OLIVER TOWLES, Esqunre
-U)Orditnary of Edgelield District.
Whereas, A. W. Burt, hiath applied to
me for Letters of Admninistration~on all and
sinigular the gotds atnd chattles, rights and
credits of Ezekiel Biroadwater, late of the
-District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to) cite and adnmn
ish all and singular, the kindred and credi
itors of the said deceased, no he and'appear
hefore me, at our next Ordinary's Court
f'or the said District to he holden at Edge
field Court House on the 20th. instant,
to show cause, if any, why the -said Ad
ministration should not he granted.
Given under tmy hanid and seal this 7th
(day of November, one thousanid eight hun
dred and forty three, and in thesixty-eight
year of Amorican indlependence.
0. TOWLES, o.E. D
Nov. 8 [82 12] b 41
State of' South Varolina,
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Charles 11. Dagnal & wife. A pplicants,)
William Chadwick, & oilhern,, Defend'ts.
I T appearing to my satisfuiction, that William
Chadwick, Elias Chadwick, James Chad
wick, John Chadwick, Elizabeth Chadwick,
Nancy Chadwick. John Oden, Ehias Oden.
George Oden, WVashmington Blair aind hnis wife
Martha. resides withnout tine limits 'f this State.
It is >rdered, that they do appear aind object to
the division and sale of thi: real estate of Thom
as Howvle. dec'd., tin or before the first Mioniday
in Jnuary next, or their consent to thne seine,
will be eantere'd of record.
OLIVER TOWLES. o. E. D.
October 16. 1843.3m 38
LL Persons indebted to the Subscriber,
A on Notes and Accountedue ini my old
btuinies. which expired the 1st January, 1843,
are hereby notified that longer indulnence can
not be given. 'E B. PREBSLEY.
Edgefield. Oct 10, 1843 tf 37
8-S H EREBY GIVlsN, 'that an application
-*will be miade to tine Legisiture, at the next
session, toeupeal the "Act to Incorporate the
Village of Edgefield."
August 23 *3ni*-3
I Will sell, at my residence, ont the 15th of
1November text, eight hnundred acres of
land, belonging to the Estate o'f Ra'birt Jea.
niis TABITHA JENNINGS,
nct7 G* 37
. N Monday the 27th November, next, will
0, be sold at- the premisesrall that valuable
tract.of lani, situated and lying on'Hardlabor
Creek, and well known by the. name of White-'
/alt. The said place contains ode'thunsnnd
and sixty (1060) acres; five hnndred (500) acres
of 'which are in a state of nature, and affords
an abndance.of timber.' Ot :the-place. there.
is a large and commodious .Dwelling,.a fine.,
Stors, Doctor Shop, and every. necespary outj
buildings, all in good.repair. .Whitehall may.
be treated fo' atprivate'sale. if applyed for .iun
mediately. P. H. ASHE,
For Mrs M. E. Edwcards..
Whitehall, Abbeville, Oct t, is 37
State of South Carotia.
Exparte, Petition to substi
Dawson Atkinson & wife, tte a Trustee.
O N hearing the petition in this case, on
motion uf Mr. Bausltett. Solicitor for pe
titioner, Ordered, that a tule be published in
the ahove' case for three months. in some pub
lic Gazette of this State,' requiring .the said
James Bowers, the Trustee named in the will
of Casper Nail, Seur., of the legacy-bequenth
el to the petitioner Maria Atkimnsn, to shew
cause, if any he- has, why the prayer of the,
pctitoner should not he grantee, by substitu
ting Dr. William ..31. Bu:tTrustee, in the
stead of the said James Bowers, of the said Ma
ria Atkinson. and that in default of-cause being
shewn. within three months fron the fistpub
liration of this Rule, an order pro confesso be
entered against him.
8th June, 1843.
September 8, 1843.
I certify that the above is a true copy of the
original Order of Court, in this case, taken
from the minutes.
J. TERRY, C. E. E D.
September 13 3in 33
State of- South Carolina.
The Hon. Bayles J. Earle, Ex'or.
of James B. Maya,
as Bill for
Rhydon G. Maya, & Dannett H. -
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Com
. missioner, thatVDannett H. Mays. one of
the Defendant's, resides without the limits of
this State On motion, by Memminger, corn
plainants Solicitor, Ordered, that the said Dan..
nett H. do plead. answer, or demur, to the
complainant's Bill, within' three months from
the publication hereof, or the said Bill will be
take npro confesso against him.
J.. TERRY. c. E E. D.
Commissioner's Office, Oct. 23, 1843.
Nov.1 3 3m . 40
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
THOMAS W. GANTT who has been
arrested, and is now confined within
the bonnds of the Jail of Abbeville District by
virtue of a capias ad satisflaciendum, at the smt
of Perry E Duncan, having filed his petition,
with a schedule on oatb.of his whole estate and
effe.:ts, with the purpose of obtaining the bene
fit of the Acts of the General Asee-mbly,- com
monly called the Insolvent Debtors Acts.
Public notice is hereby given. that the peti
tion of the said Thomas W. Gantt. will be
heard and eonsidered in the Court ofComnmotn
Pleas for Abbeville.District, at Abbevilie Court
House, on the third Monday of March next, or
on such'other day as the Court may order. dur
ing the term commencing on the third Monday
in March next, at said place; and all the cre
ditors of said Thomas W. Gantt are hereby
summoned personally or by attorney, then und
there. in said Court, to showwcause, if any they
can, why the benefit of the Acts aforesaid
should'not he grauted to the said Thomas W,
Gantt upon his exectuting the assignment re
rpumred by the Acts aforesitid.
JNO. F LIVINSTON, c. a. D.
25th Se ptember, 1R43.5
Sept. 27 (.$17 624) 3m 35
I U ~HB Odlice of the liighland ientineL lnv
.Eing been punrchase~d frotu the late pro
pirietor, the undhersnigned prop.'ses to continues
the piublication of a Newspaper at Anderson,
to be called the " Anderson Gazette," ilevund
to Peehtics, Agriculture, Mlorals and the dissimi
nation of useful knowledge in the Arts anid
The Anderson Gazette will advocate in Pol
itics the great Republican doctrines promiai gam
ed by Jefferson and triumnphamtly vindica ted ini
.Undisoni's unanswerable report and resolutions
oh'98 and.9, to the Virginia Legislature ; anid'
as the tuost infallible mneans of perpietratinig
their ascenudency in the A dninistration of the
Federal Governiment. we'shtill contribuate anm
active aid zealous support to the electr'on of
Jons C. CaL~uoun to the Presidency in 1844
a statesman- of experience, patriotism, talents,
and intepiity altogether worthy of the confi
dence of his countrytmen, aid eminently quiali
fled to meet thme arduous and varied responsi
bilities of'that high oltice.
'We shall advocate 'our princi plea with firm
neiss and independence, but shallI treat the opi
nions of those who differ with us respectfully
ad courteously. '
Every'effort will be used to make the Gazetue
an interesting atndvaluabhle journal, to all clas
se's of readers; and wve appeal with confidence
to the pnblic for support and patronage in our
Terrs.-The first naimber will be issued a
bunt the 1st of' November, at $2 00.per annu'n
ini advance, $2 50 if paid within the year, and
$3 00 if not liaid till the enid of the year-no
paper discontinued.till all arrearages are paid ;
these terms will be rigidly adhered- to . 3
Aniderson C. HI. S: C., Oct. 12,1843.
Nov. 1 . tf U 40
THE Estate cf Roger AlcKinner being.
1.left derelict, and agreeably to an Act
of the Legislature. itis made the duty of
Ordinary-of the District to-make sale of
such: Estates Notice is hereby gi aen, that
I shall proceed to sellat~ihe latte residane
of said deceased, on WVednesday the 22nd
day of November next, all the personal
Estate of said dleceased, consiating of Fi'e
like.lv Negroes,: Stock ofi-tHorses,- (pati&,
and' Hogs. Corfl anid Fodder, Plintatiion
Toots, H-ousehiild and Kitchen Fairnlitre;
&c. Terms of, snle..ivill he, a credit' of
six moths, foir all-sums overlen dollars;
all sums of aud undertea dollars,.eash.
Purchasers -to give' note -with approved
security. This 31s~t Omtober.-1[843.
* '' -OLWVER TOWLES.
Ordiary of ERdgejid Di.
No~v,1 ,3', , i . 40.
Spod- WAOSoncnigmn for
respectful fr iS,. mrstp
fnRg9HAR " s
where? b e 'iIF Jo dJ aikIi dFi
rio i s wrk' All -eers tilankfoiz ' ..
ved ad proinpily:attended to..f1iesiik
all.kinla-of;C(OFFIN on ihand." .
UPBIgLSTERING and- ai kinds,,o!<
PAIRING dolIeow,,br . cah,oglol, o
His Waretoom'is on'Maiket itreet;
site Snith-& pJensnri's Warehot'r.."
All work'warrabted.. , .- " , .: t.
N. B.-As thete. has been several applit '
Lions to meifor: CANING .CIHAIRS, Labid .
supply myself with the materipl,and can ZeIse
eute all orders sent. .. - n
WANTED-Tyro qi An'menalsojan
apprentice of. good cha cter. who:ca cac e
well recommended, betwein't5&'17 ar of s
Hamburg, Oct25 - 4t" 40713
Vegetable Ague Medicine
A Safe and certain cnre for-ti Chills sir
Fever in all its cnmljicated io 'iiisibiiri
eflectual-remedy for feters ofevery desi-iptiod
This ledicine'has been used by'the propria
tora number of.years in;extensive-pra'tice
durig.whicl. times:be-bpereated solne thou
sands of cases of. fevers .and ftom :tho auccpe
of this mode of pracice, he is confidni'eItust
and wilt be ihe. preiailing practie'iii fever
It never fails tO perfoan a cure of Cihilli e'dm
Fever the Firts-r DAt.
Biious, Tjpius. Nftous.Congestite;'Wi*i
and Yellow' -ever, nil yield to theeaselof iWis
Medicine, - r" are cured. by:-this system--f
practice. in a...a.ster time and withauch.mre
rertaiuty than by any otber systeur of practice
that has ever been recommended. .
C ERTIFIti TES. "
SHEFFIELD, Fayette Co. 'Ala. . J 1O. 1
Dr. Champion :-Dear sir, I: Piave Ea' -
great favorite of Ii'. %dppington'a Pills,'Ina -
until last fall had not heard of your pilli.sou
agent has left some in this country, and Ihiave
used them-in my practice toa cdnsiderable:err
tent, and I can with. pleasure say, tbatasferas
my knowledge. extends, they are much super
nor to any medicine I have used in cases if j
Feyers. I amiao forcibly' anil from persnal
knowledge convinced-of the slutary a)n I
important effects of your pills, that I um'
tremely anxious to have-you makian agent in
this vicinity. "There: car be a- large: amont
isld here for cash. Yonrs traly. -
H. P. LEONARLD, 31,R,
DAL.AS Co, Aa, pn',I -
Dr. Champion:-lDear. sir;-Ofdt piga
which I received front you; f havefo '
for a ddisiderable 'quadtity-.' I think thatit
will be sickly here in conseqdence of the:We I ,.
spring Your.pilla give-suph general'satisfae.
ton here, that: I am.persusded, by myi' nigh
born in write to~youfor alar supplypofho
kinds. ' It is now kliawn at I keep,.them,
and- people vill cozie 30 or 4' uinilep for m
Please si lid tnsooif II epect t6eI 'dl
that I have- written for bythietiniGbi1 ig
is around.in July. . .
Yours.with muchrespect; '; '
Each box contains 24 pills,; 12 of which are
sufficienit .to cure any:ordinary case of ChIills
and Fever. Frice s$25. agd i -
DR, CEAMPI! "
VEOErABLi, A 'I-1BLInSN, AlT! DYsi9
TIC .PURIfTIIe 'AND CATHARTIC -PILLt.
Possessuing four important prperk. fortth
cure of diseases, caref Illy and corret coi bIe,
one article to assist the efect of a er, foi ^a
benefit of the health of iuankin. .- .
This medicine is-recommended to the atten
tion of 4lose'afflicted with Liver Complitnt,
Dyspegisia, Dropsy. Billions habits, Costive'
,nss, Cholera norbus. iheumatism, fcrofula,
tuld tonach,.epraved appetite, iornsi Coo
dialged, [which is'knowh by a sinkisig sethsa
.i o at the ilt of thestomich,.anndice;' a'd- .
che anid .sick stomach, palpitation of tht heart,
Diarkmwa, 1)ysentery, oy flnx, Nerves affee
'ion Heart burnt, White swellingp andaad
those diseases arising..froza.impure blood.
Price '25 e-ta. per box, and for salus:by, A
.FRAZIER & ADDIS9N,, -.:.
RISLEY &C.Hanu, t'
-HAVILAND, RTSLEY, CO.
Also, in nearly all of the towns arid villages,
andi~ by numuerous country- agents in all the
Westen and Southe'rn-States
Jnnme28 .. 6m -2i9:
AC ERT AIN and effectual cure-fore-Ague
*and Fever ; also-used anrceesfnI1l -in the
treatmnt--of Bilious Fever, Nauer~nea
Debility, and Nervons -Weakness.
Thle nost flatterinig-recommeddatdii of'Ihis
Medicine have been received from mnyuiii
neat Physicians and others whmo'hake used t.
And it is presumed that en-mdicine:hasaever
been used whose action has been more benesi
cial, pleasant and invigantin , and calle4prth
from -afflicted..sud'eirers-sne~ x prebs af
heartfelt' gratitiude anit .hanifln , raduoma
taking'the.Pilts. soot ds:ei lesg~ialgld
-Chill broken! Fee Saahn
head Free and h'ealthfull.. 'ltresji hsd'ap- -
petite increasing- andaimpr'ovhig,.aad allIner
vous weaknessfled.O 1 -
When takan-adcording to hiedirectioni- me
cmaynteing theyjneverlail 'to eme the
the stomachor operate upoasthe bowels.
. Their aduion'upnn tlhe h'ole ~ytem..isjfo
charming. tiatcpersotis are invarilll surprised
atgl pleased -with'their kalpid"iiomplete
ristoraiidn to'heaitli. ..
The Pills arei pnelyand-solej' Vegetsble ,
and the happy combination-ot the' ihatedidIits a
and their propoirtionsare~suich -as-to' piodeei a
medicine- which never fails-to relieve-when
relief is ait all.attainahle. * -
Each box contains 20' ioses (piliarPriqe,
Oie Dollar. .For sale by
J. D. TIl BETS"~
U Edgefield Court Ifene.
* - . *r.,. . W. GEIGER,
A g16, 6. m 29
that I intend goinagbo the City of ugosta,
Georgia, in a few days, for ill. giurpii'e
of transdelting bu'siness, and shall leaygp my
framily. and also my.AgEhtg Dr. 1%ornas
H. Panmison wh'o will lailwerfO~tisulmt..
that-may be instituted against me duffoag
my absence. - -"4
- * *'.- SA A CTIVHNAftR
Oct .10, 1843' . -11
jatrece~ - 98~pr
Hamburg Oct.25 ...., f 40