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W ILL be sold at the late residence of
Daniel Brunson, seur., deceased,
on Monday the 18th of December. next,
the following Tracts of Lind, viz:
Tract No. 1. Containing four hdndred
and sixty-seven (467) acres, bounded, on
the north by lands of Malacki Bronson,
on the east by lands. of Samuel Williams
and Caleb Tally; on the west, by lands of
Sandy Burkhalter, and tract No. 2.
Tract No. 2. Containing three hundred
and sixty-five (365) acres, situate on both
sides of Beaverdam .Creek, bounded on
the north, by No. 3; on the east, by No.
1; south, by Caleb Tally and Tandy
}Burkhalter; on the west,by Wyatt Holmes.
Tract No. 3. Containing five hundred
and ninety-two (592) acres, bounded on
the north, by John Wash; east, by. Mrs.
C. Brunson; south, by No. 2; west, by
Wyatt Holmes and Amos Holmes. Plats
of which will be exhibited on the day of
The most of which are very likely, and
amongst them are a very good Plantation
Smitband Shoe-maker, and rough Car
The stock of Horses and Mules, Cattle,
Sheep, and Hogs, and the present crop,
consisting of about sixty bales of Cotton,
some twelve to fifteen hundred bushels of
Corn, forty or fifty stacks of Fodder, seve
ral stacks of Oats, Plantation and Black
smith's Tools, &c.
Terms of sale will be, for all sums of
and under Ten dollars cash, all over Ten
dollars, credit of twelve months.
Purchasers giving note with approved
securities. W. BRUNSON,
D. D. BRUNSON. t Ex'rs.
Nov. 15. 1843. 5t42
State of South Carolina,
- Tandy Burkhalter and others, vs.
Win. Brunson & D. D..Brunson,
Executors df D. Brunson, Senr,
deceased, nnd others. J
PURSUANT to an Order from Chancellor
David Johnson in the above stated case,
will be sold at the late residence of Dan. Brtn
son, sen. deceased, on Monday the 18th inst.
Six likely Negroes, viz: Jim, Tom, Rarmond.
John, Polly and Roseann, on a credit of twelve
months, exeopt sn much as will pay the csts,
which must be paid in cash, purchasers g'ving
note with approved securities.
W. BRUNSON, Excu
. D. D. BRUNSON. tors.
ifDec 4, 1843 ($1 50) 2t 45
Y Order of Oliver Towles, Esqr., Ordi
nary of this District, will be sold, on
Tuesday the 19th day of December next, at the
residence of the late Benjamin Richardson, nl
the personal estate of said deceased, consisting
Horses, Mules, Cattle and Hogs, together with
- 3500 bushels of Corn,
Crop of Cotton, Household & Kitchen furni.
ture, Wagons, Plantation Tools, &c. &c.
Terms made known on the day of sale.
J. M. RICHARDSON,
J. S. GUIGNARD.
Nov; 22 4t 43
State of South Carolina,
The Trustees of the Edgefield Villige
Academy, es. WI J. Wightman, Toln
Banskett, and others-Bill for Fore
-closure of Mortgage.
NOTICE is hereby given, that hy vir.
L.tue of an Order from Courl of Equi
ty, I shall oiler for sale, to ie highest bid
d~er, at Edgefield Court House, on the first
Monday in January next, the Real Es
- ~ tate of the late John M~oore, dec'eased, or
- - so much thereof as will satisfy the debts
due to Plaijitifsi, 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 htun
-- . dred (100) acres, more or less adjoining
the -Key tract, and other lands of the saidl
John Moore. -
The Williams' tract,' containing seven
- - vy-five (75) acres, more or less adjoining
the IRey-tract, and other lands of the said
John Moore. -
-The tract on which the said John Moore
lived at his death, containing eight hun
dred (800) acres, more or less, adjoituing
lands of Getsen and others.
A Pine land tract, containing four hun
- - dred (400) acres, more of 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 ol land, em
bracing several parcels, on Savannah Ri
- ver, near BulliSluice, containing one thou
sind (1000) acres, more or less, adjoining
lands of David Bunch, James Vanni and
Terms.-The said lands to he sold on
the following terms: the sum of five hun
dred dollars, and costs and expenses of this
suit, to be paid in cash; and the halance on
-a cerdit of-twelve months. Title to be
signed, hut 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 immediately after the sale.
- -*-J. TERRY. C. E. F. D.
December 5, 1843. 4t -45
UY Permission -of the Ordinary of this Dis
Jtrict, I'shall: proceed- toisell at-ths late
residence of Ezekiel Broad water. deceased, on
the~ 19th inst. the following property, belog.
ing to the said Estate, coauisting of Seen e.
groes, stock of Horses, Cattle, -Hojgs, Cotton'
-Corn, Fodder, and Hotusehold and Kitchen Fur
nitore, &c. Terms of sale, twelve tuonths
credit, the purchasers given note with approved
seentities. . A. W. BURT, Adm'tor.
Dde 4,1843 . - - - 2t 45 -
- N --Iotiee. -
A LL Persons indebted to the subscribers by
- - ,LInote or account, due the first of January
-~-- 1843, are regnested to come forwar-d and pay
up. as longer indulgence cannot be given.
FRAZIER &e ADDISON.
State of South carolina.
EDGE FIELD DISTRiCT.
Thomas-Garrett, vs . 2fillforParti
, no. W. Garrett, et al. tion, &c.
OTICE is hereby given, that by virtue of
an Order from Chancellor David Join
son, I shall'offer _for sale to the highest bidder,
at Edgefield Court House, on the first Monday
in January next, a part of -the Real Estate of
John C Garrett, deceased, as follows, viz:
One Tract of land containing seven hundred
and eighty-eight acres. more or. less, situated in
the District and Stateaforesaid,on Stevens' crk,
waters of Savannah River, being the late-resi
dence of the deceased, and bounded by lands
of William Garrett, and lands formerly owned.
by George A. McKie and Thoinas McKie and
One other Tract, containing two hundred
actes, more or less, and bounded by lands of
William Garrett, Alexander Edmunds, D. Bus
sey and others.
One other-Tract, contai.img eihty-fouracres
more or less, situate on the Soutti side of Gun
nels' creek. and adjoining lands of A. Sharp
ton, W. King, James Bailey and other lands
belonging to the estate of the said J. C. Garrett.
One other Tract, containing one hundred
and sixty-three and a half acres, more or less,
situate on Lloyd's creek, and adjoining lands
belonging to the estate of Thomas McKic, de
ceased, William Garrett and others.
Said Lands to be sold on a credit of one and
two years, except the costs of the sale, which
must be paid in cash; purchasers to give bonds
and personal security, and mortgages of the
premises to secure the purchase money.
J. TERRY, c. E. E. D.
Dec5,1843 4t 45
State of South Carolina.
vs. Bill fo Parli
William Itaiford and wife. tion and
H. lnoulware and wile and I Relief.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Coin
missioner, that William Raiford and wife,
Samuiel E. I hammond and wife. and James J.
Stockdale and wife, B. J. M'Unine and his
wile, Defendants in this case, reside without
the limitsnof this state, On motion by Ward
law, Complainnmut's Solicitor, Ordered that
the said absent Defendants do plead, an
swer or ritemur to the Complainant's Bill
within three months from the publicatioi, (
this Order, or the said bill will be taken pro
confesso against them.
J. TERRY; c. E. a. D.
Nov 18, 1843 om3 45
STA TE OF S. C.AROL1NA,
B Y OL.IVER 'TOWLES. Esquire.
Ordinary of Edgefield District.
Whereas, Bates Wren, jun. hath ap
plie,d..to me for Letters of Administration
on all and singular the goods and chattels,
rights, and credits of Bates Wren, sr. late
of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singular the kindred and credir
tore of the said deceased, to be and appea
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District to he holden at Edge
feld Court House on the 18th of December
inst., to show cause, if any, why the said
Administration should not he granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 4th
day of December, one thousand eight bun
d.ed and forty three, & in the sixty-eighth
year of American Independence.
O, TOWLES. o. F. a.
Dec. 5,1843. [$2 12] 2t 45
State of South Carolina.
BY OLIVER TOWL ES, Esquire'
.Ordinary of Edge field District.
Whereas, Pleasant Searles, hath ap
plied to me for Letters of A dministration,
on all and singular the goods and chattels,
rights and credits of Philip Lightfooi, late
of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish allandl singular, the kindred and crediA
tors of the said deceased, to he a ud a ppear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District to be holden at Edgelield
Coturt House on the 18th of Dec. i843,
to show cause, if any, why the said Ad
ministration should not he granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 4th
day of Dec. one thousand eight hun
dred and forty three, & in the ixty-eighth
year of Anmerican lutdependenee.
0. TOWLES, o. E. i.
De.c 5, 1843. ($2 124) b) 45
RANA WAY from the subscriber, the 18th
inst., my boy TUTT, lie is about 18 'ir
20 years of age, slin made, long legs, and tol
erable tall, watlk~s rather stit'and warbling. by
havinig the Rheumatisn. in his hips ; his appa
rel niot exaedly known, when lie wvent off lie
had on white homespun clothes, a satinet pair
ofpantaloons, a black fur hat, a pair of boots.
footed, almost new. He is suppossed to, have
carried off a bay H orse. and waggon saddle and
bridle, belongitng to Wm. Holmes; the H orse
has a large blaze in his face, seine of his hind
feet white, if not all, has on three shoes, one otf
behind. Said boy made a start once before,
and when taken up lie had in his .possession a
free paas wvritten by himself, stating that he had
permission to hire his owvn time, atnd called his
name John ; I- have do doubt but that lie has a
similar otne-with him, written b~y himself or
somne white person. -He is my carriage driver
and hostler, amnd wvas born and raised in the fami
ihy. I am not aware of his direction, but have
reason to believe lie has bent his courselor a
free State. Any person apprehending said boy
and putting htm in Jail, or delivering him to the
subscriber, living on Scott's Road, 12 miles'
west of Edgefleldf C. H.. 8. C., will he liberally
rewarded, atnd all reasonable expences paid.
- LetrWdrse oIYETT HOMES.
- Lttes adresedtoCold Spring P. Office,
Edgefield, 5, C., wtll be promptly attended to.
-Novr.22 St 43
LISTEN AT TliiS.
I WILL continue to store Cotton at my
.Lold stand, at 124 cents per bale for the first
month, and 8 cents per bale for eacb and-every
month after. Strict care wvill be taken with all
Cotton sent to my charge, and 1 think Planters
will protect their interests by patronising those
that offer to sell or work cheapest.
Hamburg, August 15 4m' - 30
' ALL ersnshaving demands against
11 he stte f haresNix, are rquested to
present themin due form to the subscribers,
and-thoseindebted to the said estate are requir
ed to-make payment without delay.
Nov. 6,1843. tf 41
P. S. BROOKS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ofhice opposite Mr. Compty's Hotel, Edge.
field Court House, 8. C.
Sepntember 6l .f 32
Edgefield Male Academy.
T HEndersigned 'Trustees 'teg leave to
infoirt the patrons of this Institution aind
thrpublid generallf, that they havere-entiged
the services of Mr. JOHN W..LESLEY; for
the ensuing year. The Academic-year.will be
divided into two Sessions of five months ch ;
the first beginning on the first Monday in Jan
uary next; and the terms of Tuition will be the
same as the present year.
N. L. GRIFFIN,
R. G. MAYS.
F. H. WARDLAW,
J. TERRY, -
November 16, 1843. i 43
W E havet he pleasure of informing our
friends and the public generally. that the
following arrangements have been made in
these Institutions for the ensuing year.
The Classical and English Male Department
will be conducted by Mr. JAatFs If. GiLt.s.
The Female Department by Miss S LouisA,
The Musical Department by Miss MAr.IA
The Scholastic year will be ivided into
two Sessions of five months eac .-The first
Session commencing on the first Monday in
January ; the Second. on the secotid Monday
in July. Students will be admitted.at any time
duringa Session, but will be hound to continue
until the close of that. Session , and will he
chargeable with, at least, one Quarter's Tni
tion. No applicant can enter the English or
Classical Department, unless he have a certi
ficate of good moral character.
Rates of Tuition per Session.
In the Classical and English Male
Department. fiom $6t-$l8 00
In the Female Department, " i " 12 00
In the Musical Department, 20 00
For the -use of the Piano, 2 00
For Contingencies in each Department. 50
Tuition-per Session, payable in advance.
Board. $3 00 per month.
T. CHEATH AM,
S. O. SULLIVAN,
T. B. BYRD,
GEO. W. CURTISS,
WiM. N. BLAKE.
Novr. 22. 4t 43
Water Proof, & No Mistake!
H L. JEFFERS & co.
WAREHOUSE & GENERAL coItaliSlON
SI ERCHlANTS.-HAM BURti, S. C.
BEG leave to inform their friends, and the
public generally. their NEW WATER
PROOF WI'AREHOUSE, with large conve
nient close Stores attached, is now completed
and ready for the reception of
Cotton, iMercliandise, &c.
It is situated ol the principal street lending
into the business part of the town. four tiet
above the highest water mark by actual strvey,
entirely remote from all other buildings, which
renders it fire-prdof, and corvenicntly situated
for loading and unloading wagons.
They are now permanently located in this
place, and pledged not to speculate in Cottou
on their own account, but to give their undivi.
dad attention to the interest of their customers.
and are fully prepared to attond to the Sale,
Storing and Shipping. of
Ootton, Flour. lacon, &c.
Receiving and Forcarding MlERCH ANDISE.
Purchasing Goods to order. &c. &c.
Their charges will be as follows:-For sel
ling Cotton 15 cents per bale; Shipping do,
121 cents per bale. Commission for buying or
selling Merchandise and Produce 2& per cent.
Forwarding and Storage, in accordance with
the established rates. All Cotton, Flour, &c.
received by the riverfree from wharfage. Li.
beral advances will he made when required,
on any consignments made to them.
Ilamburg. Septr. 9 tf 33
To Planters s.J1?erchans.
I BEG leave toi infortm you. that I continue
the WVAREIOUSE and COMMISSION
BUSINESS at my old stand, known as the
WATER-PROOF WALEllOUSE. Detach.
ed as it is from other buildings, its location ren
ders it nearly ais seenre from fire. as if it wats
fira-proof. The floors htave been elevated above
the hig:h water mark of the great freshet of
Platmers will thus he secured from the pIossi
bility ofloss and damage by freshets.
I avrail myself of the presenit occasion, to re
turn iiy thtankts to my friends atid patrons, for
their libeu.ral support duiring the rpt seaison. I
solicit from them arnd the public generally, a
continnatnce of this confidence. aitd assure theta
that in return for thietr patreonage, I will use my
test persontal efforts in piomote and protect
their interests, commritted to my charge. In
addiitioni to this assmnance, I pledge imyself that
I will in no case purchase a hale of cotton. di
rectly or indire-cily. 1 will attenud personally to
the sale and forwarding of cotton to Savannah
or Charleston ; also, to the stile of Bacon, Floitr.
&c. &c., and to the receiving and forwarding
of goods to the tup-couintry. Having a fine
wharf attached to my Wairehiouse, no wharfage
will he charged on cotton to my cate, either
for sale or to be forwarded to Savannah or
My commnissions for selling cotton, wilt be
25 cents per bale, anid 1-2A cents for forward
ing. I will also attenid to the buying of goods
Very respectfully, yours, &c.
Hamburg August 2, 184:1
August 9 6in 28
State of Souith CarOlina.
Ex parte, Pet ithmu to substi
Dawson Atkinson & wife, tuieca Trustee.
O N hearing the petition in this case, on
motion of M r. Banslrett, Solicitor for pe
titioner, Ordered, that a Rule be publishted in
the above case for three umonths. in sointe pttb
hc Gazette of this State, requiting the said
James Bowers, the Trustee named in the will'
of Casper Nail, Sear., if te legacy bequeath
ed to the petitioner Maria Atkinson. to show
cause, if any he lies, why thme prayer of the
petitioner should niot Lbe granted, by suibstittu
tinig Dr. William M. Burt, Trustee, in the
stead ofthte said .James Bowers, of the said Ma
ria Atkitnson. and that ini dehitmit ofcatuse being
shewn. within three months from the first pitb
lication of this Rule, ain order pro confesso be
entered against him.
8th Junte, 1843.
-September 8, 1843.
I certify that the above is a true copy of the
original Order of Court, in this case, takent
from the minutes. C .SD
J. TERRY, c .ED
September 13 3m 33
A.LL persona indebted for work done at the
-Saw Mill, are requested to come forward
and settle their accounts for the year 1842, eithi
er by note or otherwise; and those having de
mands agaitnst theestate of Jesse Swearengen,
dece'd., are requested to band in their accotunts,
O t oberriR f 38
T HE Subscribers respectfully iaa5'rm their
friends and:the public, that they hove re
ceived a large and fresh supply of GOO'1J.
selected by-one ot'the'frni, in New York, Bos
ton; Philadelphia, Baltimore and Charleston,
which in addition to their former stock. com
prises the largest and best assortment of Goods
ever olTered in this market, consisting in part
40 hhds. Porto Rico. New Orleans and
St Croix Sugars,
350 bags Rio. Cuba, Porto Rico, St. Do
mingo, Java. and Mocha Coffee,
70 hhds. West India Alotasses,
10 tierces Cuba do.
35 bbls. New Orleans do.
70,000 lbs. Bacon. Hans,Sides& Shoulders,
80,000) " Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
5,100 " English do
3,1)00 " L'and and Hoop Iron,
3,000" Nail Rods & Horse Shoeshapes.
2,000 Cas:, Girman. & Blistered Steel,
200 sets Wagon Boxes,
1,700 sacks Salt, (bleached sacks,)
2,000 bushels Salt, in bulk,
500 pieces Hemp and Tow Bagging, 43
to 46 inches wide,
250 pieces Gunny Bagging,
1,010 lbs. Bagging Twine, (Weaver's,)
150.coals Manilla Bale Rope,
1013 do Hemp do do
1,500 yards Osnnburgs,
5,000 lbs. double refined Loaf Sugar,
3,000 " " " crushed do.
3,000 " powdered do.
1,000 " single refined Loaf do.
20 boxes Turpentme Soap,
10 " Sperm Candles,
20 " 1-lull's patent Candles,
5 tierces fresh ground Rice
2,000 lbs. White Lead No. 1 Union Mills,
25 bbl. Canal Flour, (choice brand.)
40 doz. dining, parlor, rocking and
7cases Hats and Caps,
150 casks Stone Lime. (in fine order,)
20 kegs Dupont's k'FF g Powder,
1,000 lbs. Bar Lead,
40 hoxes Window Glass 8x10& 10x12,
130 bags Shot, assorted sizes,
2,500 pair' Shoes,
Tea, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Chocolate. Cin
namon, Almonds, Starch, Nutmegs, fine chew
ing Tobacco. Negro Cloths, Blankets, Shoe
Thread, Cotton Yarn. Cotton Cardy, Wo,.l
Cards, Tacks, Sieves, Plough Lines, Indigo,
Madder, Blue Stone, Copperas, Epsom Salts,
Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil, a (superior article,)
Trace Chains, Filth Chains, Smoothing Irons,
braiss bound cedar Buckets, horse Buckets,
Pails, Tnbs. Keelers, Willow Wagons, nests
Measures, Feathers, &c. &c &c.
SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Hamburg July, 1. 1843 tf 23'
State of South Ciarolina.
EDG lIELD DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMPION PLEAS.
J M. U. F !UE LAN). who has beet,
. arrested, and is now conliined within
the bounds of the Jail of Edgeliald District by
virtue of a capias ad satisfaciendun, at the suit
of 0. H. Lee, having filed hi, petition, with
a schedule on oath. of'his whole estate nod of
fe.ts, with the purpose of obtaining the bene
fit of the Acts of the General Assembly, come.
monly called the Insolvent Debtors Acts.
Public notice is hereby given, that the peti
tion of the said J, M C. Freeland wi!l he
heard and considered in the Conrt of Conmmn.
Pleas for Edgefi'ld District,at Edg'efield Conr
House, on tlte econd Monday of March next, or
on such other day as the Court may order. dnr.
ing theterum,coimmencing onl the second Monday
in March next, at said >lace; and all the cre
ditors of said J. M. C. Freelhnd are hereby
summoned personally or by attorney, then and
there, in said Court, to show canse, if any they
can, why the benefit of the Acts aforesaid
should got he granted to the said .J. A, C.
Freeland upon his executing the assignment re
qtuired by the Acts aforesaid.
GEO. POPE, c. E. D.
24th November, 1843.
Nov.29 3m 44
State of' South' Carolina,
IN THEW COMMON PLEAS.
J AMES D. HAMMONI), aro hustbeena
arrested, and is now coat -d within the
bounds of the Jail of' Edgefield District by yin
ttue of a capias ad satithectendum, at the suit of
Charles J. Glover, having .iled his petition with
a schedule on auth, of :uis whole estate and ef
l'ects, n til the purpose of obtaining the benefit
of the Acts of the General Assemably, common
ly called the Insolvent D~ebtons Acts.
Public notice is hereby given, that the peti
tion ofthle saidl James D). Hammontd will bte
heraid and considered iith-e.Court of Commnon
P'leas fori Rtdgefield District, at Edgefield Court
House, ont the seconid Ilonday of MaIrclh next,
or on snch oilier day as the Couri may order.
durinig the termi, comnauicing on the-.secontd
M',ondai itt Marcha next, at said palace; and all
the creditors of said James D. Hlamnmond are
hereby snmmtuned personally or' by attorney.
thean and there, in said Court. to shew cause, if
any they cant, why the benefit of the Acts afore.
said should net be grant'ed toi the said James D.
Ilammionid utpon his executting the assigtrnmet
required by the Acts aforesaid.
GEO. POPE, c. C. D.
Novr. 24, 1843.
Norr. 20tf 44
A N E LECTION for Sheriff and Ordinairy
?of Edgeield 0istrict, with be held oia te
second Mloidaty in January next and the day
following, at the f'olhowing places of electioni in
said Distric't, viz:
L' ngmires, Dunrtton' s, Moore's, M osley's,
Rochiell's, Parks', Red lill; Howard's, Cal
hier's, Cloud's, Pinie House, Hamburg, Ileach
Islanid, Powell's Randall's Boulware's, Court
House, Ridge, Liang's, Mlotnnt Willing. Per
ry's, Colemtan's. lichardson's, ChItristie's, Al-~
lent's, Smyley's, Sheppard's, and Dorii's.
The Mlanagers will meet at Edgefield Court
House ott the day following, (Wednesday,)
count the votes anid declare the electicn.
GEO. POPE, c. c r.
Edgefield C. H. Clerk's Office, Oct. 30, 1843.
Nov. 1 l0t 40
T HIE Subscriber wishes to sell, at private
sale, his crop of Cura, Fodder, &c.,
together with his stock of Hogs and Cattle;
hiis Fairming Utensils, and H onsehold & Kitch
en Fuiture. lie will rent his Plantationt,
which contarins abhout 300 acres of land, of
which about 75 or 100 acres are cleared, with a
good dwelling anid other outhouiscs.
He wishes to obtain a situtatin as Oversecr,
for the tyxt year.
Persons wishing to purchase any of the arti
cles I have- to dispose of. or to rent the plantta.
tion, can apply to me, living in the Fork of'
Edisto, near John Lott's, on the road to Aikent
Oct 18 8t 38
A LL Persons indebted to the Stubscriber,
on Notes and Accouints, due in ray old
business,.which expired the 1st January, 1843.
are hereby notified that longer indualnence can
not be given. E. B. PRESLEY.
Edlld, Oct 101843tr 37
A LL persons haviug demands agains'
the estate of John Turner,late of this Die
trict, dec'd., ate requested to hand them in pio.
perly attested. according to law, and all persons
tIdebted to said estate are requested to make
A. SHARPTON. Executor.
Nov. 8 . , if 41
Vegetable Ague Medicine,
A Safe and certain cure for the Chills and
Fever in all its complicated forms,also an
etl'ectutal remoedy for fevers of every description.
'Thisi Meihcine has beeu used by the propri.
etor a number of years fit extensive practice,
during which tite, he has treated some thou
sanda of cases of livers and from the success
of this mode of practice. he it confident it must
and will be the prevailing practice in fevers.
It never fails to pierfurmn a cure of Chills and
Fever the FIaST DAS.
Bilious, Typhus, Nervous, Congestive, Winter
and Yellow "ecer, all yield to the use of this
Medicine, r-'I are cured by this system of
practice in a ... ster time and with inuch more
certainty than by any other system of practice
that has ever been recommended.
SHErFIELD, Fayette Co. Ala. Jan. 10, 1842,
Dr. Champion :-Dear sir, I have been a
great favorite of Dr. dappington's Pills. and
until last fall had not heard of your pills. Your
agent has left some in this country, and I have
used them in my practice to a considerable ex
tent, and I can with pleasure say, that as far as
my knowledge extends, they are much supe.
rior to any medicine I have used in cases of
Feyers. I am so forcibly and from personal
knowledge convinced of the salutary and all
important effects of your pills, that I am ex
tremely anxious to have you make an agent in
this vicinity. 'There can be a large amount
sold here for cash. Yours truly,
H. P. LEONARD, M, D.
DALLAS Co., Ala., April 4, 1843.
Dr. Champion:-Dear sir,-Of the pills
which I received front you, I have found sale
for a considerable ruantity. I think that it
wtll be sickly here in consequence of the wel
spring. Your pills give such general satisfac
tion here, that I am persuaded by my neigh
bors to write to you for a large supply of both
kinds. It is now known that I keep them,
and people will come 30 or 40 miles for them.
Please send them soon, as I expect to sell all
that I have written for hy the time your ageni
is around in July.
Yours with much respect,
Each box contains 24 pills, 12 of which are
sutlicient to cure any ordinary case of Chilli
and Fever. Price $1 25, and
VEG ETABLE, ANTI-BILIOUS, ANTI-DYSPEP
TIC PURIFYING AND CATIAItTIC PILLb,
Possessing four important properties, for tiu
cure of discuscs, carefully and correetly combined
one arlicle to assist the efect of another, for Iu
benefit of the health of mankind.
This medicine is recnimended to the atten
tion of toose afflicted with Liver Cotnplaint
sptienpsia, Dropsy. Billions habits, Cotive
u+. , ChlUtaera maorbus. Rheunmatism, Scrofula
foul Stotach,.Iepraved appetite, Worms, Con.
dialgen. [ lieh is known by a sinking ssensa
tion at the pit of the stomach,] Jaundice, Head
che and sick stomach. palpitation of the heart
Diarhwa, Dysentery, or flux, Nervous affec
Lion lleart burn, Waite swelling, and al
those diseases arising from impure blood.
Price 25 cts. per bo.x, and for sale by
FRAZIER & ADDISON,
.Edgfield C. H., S. C.
RISLEY & CO. Hamburg, S. C.
IIAVILAND, RISLEY, & CO.
Also, in nearly all of the towns and villages
and by nutterous cnntry agents in all the
Western and Southern States.
June 28 6m 22
State of South 4'arolina,
IN T HE COUR T OF- ORDINA RY.
Charles H. Dagnal & wife. Applicants,
William Chadwick', & othen,, Defend'ts.
T aI ppeatrttng to my satisfhction, that Willian
..Chadwick, Elias Chadwick, James Chad
wicrk, John Uhadwick, Elizabeth Chadwick
Niney Chadwick, John Otden. Elas Oden,
Gecorge Oden, Washingtn Blair and his wif<
Martha, resides withiout the limits of this State.
It is irdered, that they do appear atnd object it
the divisioni and sale of the real estate ofThom.
as Huwle, dec'd., on or before the first-Mondaj
itt January next, or their consent to the sanme,
will be entered of record.
OLIVER TOWL ES, 0. E. D.
October 16, 1843. 3m 38
State of 8outh auulinxa.
IN CH ANCE RY.
The H-on. Bayes J. Iarle. Ex'or.
of J ames IB. Maya s' ill for
Rlhydon G. Manys, & Dannett 1I. */
IT' alplentring to the atisfaction ofthe Comn
tnm-sioner, that Danntett H. Mlays,. onte of
the Defendantt's, resides withont ithe limits of
this State On mtotiotn. hy Memminger, com
plainants Solicitor. Ordered. that the satid Dan
nett H-. do plead, answer, or demur, to the
compl~ainant's Bill; within three months from
thte publlicationa hereof, or thei said Bill will be
take npro confesso against hint.
Comaisi~ters J. T ERRY, c.z EL.D.
Comissone'sOfficc, Oct. 23l, 1843.
Nov. 1 3mn 40
State of South Carolina.
IN TIlE COMlMON PLEAS.
Philip H-. antz,
vs Foreign Attachment.
B. M. Dnvall.
TH E Plainttifi'having this day filed his~ De'
:caation in my office, and the Defend,
ant hanvtng no wife or attorney known to be
wtthin the State, on whom a copy of the samne,
with a rie to plead coutld be served. It is or
dered, thtat the defeutdattt plead to the said De.
clarati~n within a year arnd a day, or final and
absoilutejtndgtment will be given againist him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, 14th March, 1843.
State of South Carolina.
IN THlE COAMMON PLEAS.
vs. Foreign Attachmrent.
IOH Plaintiff havin this day filed bit
Sdeclarati on itn this case, in my office, and
thedefenudanthIaving no wifeorattorney,known
to he within this State, on whomacopy of said
declaration, with a rule to plead can be served,
It is ordered, that the said defendant do plead
to the siaidl declaration. wtthtin a year and a
day frotm the publication of this order, or find
and absolutej udgmen twill beawarded against
Clerks Offce, Edgefield C. HI. April10, 1843
Aprit 12 G. }
VEG5TABLE FEVER AND
CERTAIN'and effectual. cire Ib&to%
and Fever ; also used successfully in ti
treatment of'Bilions Fever, Nausea, GietmI
Debility, and Nervous Weakness. =. -
The most flattering recommendations df thfi -'
Medicine have been receivedfrom many-emin -
nent Physicians and others who have need.it;
And it is presumed that no medicine has over
been used whose action has been more behefine
ci'd, plemsant ad invigorating, and calledforth
from afflicted sufferers such expressionj _
heartfelt gratitude and thankfulness. Persons
taking the Pills. soon find thimselves.dlievpd
-Chill broken ! Fevergone !!' Stom'achand
head free and healthful!!! Strength' and -
petite increasing -aid improving, add- ali e.
vous weakness fled.
When taken according-to the directioii' ac
companying them, they never fail tosoiethis
Chill and Fever the first'day, and neverisice
the stomach or operate upon the bowels.
Their action upon the whole systems i
charming. that peronsareinvariably srprisd
and pleased with their rapid and ompI ;P
restoration to health.
The Pills are purely and solely Vegetable
and the happy combination of the ingredients
and their proportions are such as to plodaee a
medicine which-never fails'to relieve-when
relief is at all attainable.
Each box contains 20 doses of Pills-Pie -
One Dollar. For sale by
H AVILAND, RIiLEY " CO.
Agents, Augusta, Georgia:'
J. D. TIBBETS, .
Edgefeld Court Hodse.j
Dr. V. W. GEIGER;'
Cherokee Ponds '
Aug. 16 - Om 297 :'
A PUBLIC BLESSING.
ATHESE PILLS have long been known
l and appreciated, for their extraordidia ."
and immediate powers of restoring erfect
health to persons suffering under neatly evoty
kind of disease to which the human- frame'dt
liable. They are particularly recommended'to
all those persons who are afflicted with aay kind
of a chronic or lingering complaint, as there i
no medicine before the public whicl has sio
natural and happy effect upon the.system ii
correcting the stomach. and liver. and to'ti'"
formation of healthy chyle and thereby purify
in the blood.
' hey are acknowledged by the hundreds and
thousands who are using them, to be not'only
the most mild and pleasant in their operatiod;
but the most perfectly innocent; safe, and effi
cient medicine ever offered to the public.
Those who once make a trial- of these Pills,
never aflerwards feel willing to be without
them, and call again and again for more, which
is sutlictent ploof of their good qualities.,
HEADACHE-SICK 0R NERVO.;
Those who have suffered and are weary of
suffering with this distressing complaint will
find Sperncer's Vegetable Palls a remedy at once
certain and immediate in its effects. One sin
gle dose of the Pills, taken soon as the head.
ache is felt coming on, will cure it in one-hak
As a remedy in sumer and bowel conplaints
they display their wonderful powers to adm- -
ration, and are far superior to any thing in use
for these complaints.
In Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint ,they stand
unrivalled. Many have been-cnredin afer
weeks, after having suffered under the dread
ful complaint for years.
In Habitual Costiveness they are decidedly 4
superior to any Vevetable Pill ever brought be
fore the public ; and one 25 cent box' will es
tablish their surprisiig virtues, an. place-them
beyond the reach of doubt in the estimation or'
They are invaluable in nervous and hypo,
choudriacal affeections, loss of appetite, and all
complaints to which females alone are sublect.
They are mild in their action, and convey
alnost immediate conviction of their ultility
from the first dose. They may be taken by
persons of any age ; and the feeble, the infirm,
the' nervous uad delicate are strengthened by
their operation. because they clear the .systema
of bail humiors. quiet nervous irritability, and
invariably produce' soutnd health.
Upwards of tlreelhandred and sevenly thou
sand bozes of these inestimable Pilhi have bieen
sold within the last twelve months in three
States alone, nnd more than three -times thie
same quantity in other States.
As an anti-bilious miedicine, no family should
be wvithouit them. A single trial of' them is
more sausfactory than a thousand'certiflatea.
Talladega Sprintgs, Talladega Co. Ala.
August 17, 1842.
This is to certify, that!I have been afflicted=
with Sick Headache, Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint, and.Costiveness for the last eight
or nine years. during which time I had taken,
as welleas I recollect,ahout sixty boxes of Beck
with's Pills, twelve boxes of Peter's Pjls, and
a number of boxes of Champion's and.Bran.
dreth's Pills, all of which afforded me but little
or no relief. At last I was recommended to try
Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills, and well I did;
for I never hail hut ones attack of the-.Sick
Headache after I commenced taking the Pills,
(now about six months,) and I, candidly. con
fess, that I have derived more real benefit fromn
the use of Spenecer's -Pills, than from all. the
other Medicines and Pills that!I have ever
taken, and I would earnestly recommend them
to all as being in my opinion, the best medi
eie in use for all lingening complaint., . The
Pills have done rme so much good,- that I
would niyt feel willing to be without them for -
five dollars a box; aiid I. cannot but feel very
grateful to Dr . Spmencer for having. prepared,
such a valuable medicine, and the distribution
of it is conferritig a very great. favor on the
public, as it is a thing of the utmost importance
that every family should have a supply of Dru
Spencer's truly valuable PIlls constantly on
hand. ISA AC M. THOMAS. ;
Price,25 cents per box, with full directiones
For sale by "
HAVILAND, RISLEY & CO..
3. D. TIBBETS.
Edgefield Court House.
Dr. W.- W., GEIGER,.
Aug.16 6m 29
J UST received and now opening, aisplen
did stock of
suitable for the season. comprising the utmost
vreyof articles'in his line of business, by
Hamburg,,8eptr.22 tf 35
(1? The friends of Geore
POPE, Esqr., announce him as a candidate
for re-election, to the Office-of Clerk of the
Court of this District.
May 3 tf 14