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Jr8n5 Uouiern Cultivator...;
.---rr-Editor-%With much delight- see.
n thihai No; of the Southern Culuivator
thit ihe subject of overseers -isogmder
going a careful investigati'n I have
bren: long since of, the. opivion,:that no
subject, connected with the plantimg iter
est in the Southern States, needs a more
careful reviei and'radieal change, thana
the loose andaiesui system of overseeing
hve -Weie s revalent. And what is
s1l, mnre strange 16 me; planters. ofher
vus0 .ellinformed, operating, too, with a
cipital, are annually employing men
erseers, who have no more-scientific
allin the business of quecesiful husband
an they have in directing a ship in a
"ind. Nay. moie; perhaps one half
- hese-submit the whole process entirely
a isively -to the care and manage
ientof these ,tyros! This is the grent
easonewh -the-sound of indebtedltess is
a uovily- n the enr" of
_mi 6 A are engaged i
be discarge. o .Uus duties ofa
pro'feision, while .others -perhaps, are
rtisant s or bat
teries of Saratogag LimestP yt.f. etc.
Why, Mr. Editar, these gentder eianhave.
ceRsiny; lite "Old Rip Vam Winkle,"
slumberedieng enough. Upon what rea
sonable foundadion can they build a hope
of seeing, upon their return to tle planta
tion, green past-ues. and fields laden uith
kbe -riches of the earult. I am bu t a.novice
in -th art myself; hut I can-prove my po.
aition correct when I state that it jq -a pro
blem of*i" easystolution, toadapt the dif
ferent manures in our reach tothe many
and yarious soils ini-he Southern States.
with the best mode of prepari-tgihe land
time of planting, tools hesu adapted to the
whole process -of.culture, .&e,, and again,
lie most economical mode of feeding and
raising the farm stclk. I'hope the ball on
this subject is started, and the wise heads
of our citizens will handle it with "naked
hands," expose error, and set us right upon
such a momentous suhject. P. B.
Frm the Manchester Opcrative.
I HAVE NO TIME TO R EAD.
The idea of many thna they have not
lime to read is.a mere phanuom. Did not
Franklin fnd time in the midst of all his
labors, to dive into the hidden recesses of
philosophy and to explore an untrodden
path of s!ience ? Did unot the great Fred
eric, in the midst of a war, yea on the eve
of a battle -which was to decide the fate of
his kin gIAom. find time to revel in all the
charms of philosophsy and intellectual
pleasures? Did not Bonaparte.:with kings
an his anti-chamber begging for thrones
thousands w-hose destinies were suspentded
on the brittle thread of his nrbitary nod,,
hiave time to converse with books ? Caesar
wvhen he had curbed the spiritof the-Roman
people, and was thronged with visitors from
tho remotest kingdom-, found time to ctlti
vare his intellect. And every man has
time; if he is careful to improve it as well
as he might. he can reap.a three-fold re
Lei. eftmec'anics and laborers of the
United-States then make use of the hours
ar.tbieir disposal, if they want to obtain a
ii er infuence and rank in sdciety. They
are in thelife-blood and the sinew of the
community; they can; if they are so dispo
sed, hold in.their own bands the destinies
of the republic;. tiey are.numerous, re
specuatle and powerful: they have only to
be educated half as well as other profes
sions .to make laws for the nation, and
cause the drones and aspiring demagogues
to* .leave their fat offices. wrhich they huold.
and poll- of thecir white gloves, and apptly
their huands to .work. Let every laborer,
then, devote more of his time to study and
acquisitionl of tuseful knowvledge. There
are but very few who cannot dlevote daily
two hours for ment al cuitivat 1on. If thtey
would do even this togethuer with comb~inu
tion, how munch greater would Ibe their in
fuence and how long would labor be con
sidered as disagraceful ?
From fte Newo England Farmer.
COMPOST - MAKING.
The leisure time which the farmer has
in summfer,cannot be nmore~profit ably em
ployed than in in gatherinug materials for,
and making compost. Let large drafts he
made uou trhe muck bed. tthe sur face earth
of'wodlandi the- swamp. bottoms and
sides. of p.imds, antd the road side; gnthler
all-tuselessless. vegetatiou weeds, bcrushles,
&c.; kedp the hogs well stupplied with the
/Uraw material." and your investments of
iiis kind, in thceir mcanufacturinug est ablish-.
ment, will.bring you in as goodl a profit as
the most sagacious crapitahust derivea from
his-invitmnts in other-sources ouf gain.
lt.hasi contended rnat the employ.
meat.~f~rnien at a dollar per dlay, during
the sumainef mnonths, in getting mnaterials
fo -Ir cot'pdast. would be a profutacb. expeu.
diture of- money by any farger, and we
cannuct dispute it.
The more means a man has to do with
n any pursuit, (we mean a wise nman,) the
gieater is huis thrift-un~conimon conrin
eb-uies aside-and huow emphatica lly true
- sthis in the case of the farmer- Only
give liim a plenty of-ineans in the shape of;
manure, and he can gel, ordinarily, as'
much as he wnni froinflh ~arth; fo, wh~en.
liberally; but you *caff heat Aer -you
can't give her litte auet petmu
H o! thean, foir sthelpeat usadow. and dig
-into its deposits wiion awination anad a
spirit,. such as yourwonidlho lVikel yto ex
ofbir'ere- yo~u digging in a prolifie 'nine
of old. Let each resolve to outdol his
neighbor in thte- making ofeompost: get up
atVe'nthusiasm in the matter. This. some
times, atenusplishes maclhr we have seen
its effects- it poisies, iatemtpernn. and
other matkers let uhinow eesit eseired in
comupost makingi.: He, among our stubscri
be, avhn shall make the most-compost this
year, with the least means anadat theleast
expense. shalt have att t he fame a-hici f he
publicatiotn of his achievement in onruio.
umnsec~a give-beside the more suhstao
tish..tineft of-increased crops atnd impro
ved:.!eldsG n respect to this husinuess of
muck-digging and compost making, we
woauld saye: u.lwoe
Let ti'ose now-.dig--whuoner-ghr,
,zltoss who've-agageP dug now dig the moe.
lFheat Lime -.Weresw yesterday a
parcel of very superior-redI Whet, weigh
purebased'foncitygrinding, and hich W*
raised under circumstances.showing what;
good management.triay eiiele in tne agri
cultuiral line. The wh'ea inuestion.was
the product. of a feld-which a short time
sinca a p-irt of- a waste comrtion that had
been uncultivaied for many years, and was
deemed. to .be poor and, worn out to yield
anything. After enclosing it the present
owner put lime upon at in ibe proportion
of one hu dred bushels to the acre, and
subsequenfly followed the lime with a lib
eral application of stable nanure. Last
Fall the field thus prepared was sowed in
wheat. arid hats just teturned a crop of the
very best.quali'y, averaging thirty bushels
to the .acre. The field thus restored and
e riched will require but little additional
outlay for years to corre, and in the mean
time will yield a liberal annual return to
the sagacious owner.-all. American.
Currying Cotes.-Cows should be car
ried as often no horses, particularly when
they are shedding their hair. Indepen
dent of other consequences, it tends to
prevent them from licking themselves, by
which they too often swallow the hair and
Very nearly a Grahamite Oyster.-T he
following is a receipt for making arttfical
Take young green corn. and grate it in
a dish. To one pint of this aild one egu
well beaten, a sriall ten cup offlour, half
.a- up ofbutter, some salt and pepper, and
nix-them well tngether A table spoonful
or these will make the size of an oyster.
Fry them a little biown and wheu done
buttertheth. Cretim ifit can be procured
is bettir than butter.
.Toothache.-The London Medical Gas
ette states that the Fepeta cataria of Lin
naeus .is 'ecomm'ended by Dr. Gausiam
acehtia as asovereign remedy for toohache
whether'.it p.eeeds from catching cold
or otherwise. , The leaves of the plant are
placed between the af'ected tooth and the
opposite one, this'enuses a copinus flow of
saliva, and in tiwo or three minutes the most.
violent pains'are relieved. If the patients
cannot keep the leaves in contact with the
decensed tooth, they must chew them, and
the objeet i3 equally attained by a flow of
saliva. thsis incted
PPEA R ott your P trade Ground, at Gos
by'si, on the second Saturday in August
next. All orders to the contrary, are hereby
By order of
A. J. HANMMOND, Captain.
July 17 4t 25
Horns Creek Beat Corn'y.
AT T ENTIONV!
YOU are ordered to parade on the
srecond Satturday, the 10th of August.
at their tantal parade ground. at iI
o'clock,' A. M., eqtaippaed sacorditig
After the parade. nn Election will
take place for a First Lieutenant, to
fill the vacancy oeceanraed by the re
signaiftion oar Lienat B. Ijarrion.
-- anaagersa-Lientr Ahney. Sergt.
J.Jjplasy. and private HI. II. Mayson.
By oarder of Capt. Coghnirn.
J. J. MAYS o. s.
.July 17 4z 25
EDGEF'IELD BEAT COMPANY
T T ENTION!
1 A PPEA R onayonr Company Mf s.
ten Grounatd, otn Surday the 10Jth of
-Angtust next, for Imstruction atad
Drill. armed anad eqnipped as the
T! An Election will lie held at the
to fill a vacancy occasioned by the
resiatnation of Ensign Curley.
-:Manaagers-Lietrt. Covar. Berg':.
Cohn.usnd Corpl. Miles.
By order of Capt. C. A. Mafigs.
3ta~y24BACON, o. s.
To those Candid Men
W H O honestly douabt thte trutth of the Bran
.drethiana System, we would entreat*
tema to ponmder well tupona the followintg factst
Theo iFod takens into the stomach is c-overt
id itnto blouad, whitch vital streans, fSowing
through all the rainaifications of thte system, not
aily imparts strentgth and cotatinues life, baut,
actualty creates. forms, and builds up, eaech uad
every part of the anitmal miachitte. If thte blood
therefore. is pure and healthay, the body. whicha,
is formed from. anid supported by the blood,
cantnnt be diseased. Btut if there be in any part
nf the body an'y efrejetion, such as bile, oir uicer,
even a brmuse, the blood circarlating through
that parl, tiakes up imtpnae matters from thme to
cal affection, and carries it into the genterat ss
tenm. This is the cause oftena of auadden deah
to peson..of fulhl habit, afflicted with bites, anad.
use tno- mediciane; the matter gets inato the cir
cnlating system, tad ehokes up the fine. blood
vessels whlicza supply the brain with vitality,
R ad life ceases, as af bereft hyttglmtning, Now
this can beremaedied-the Bratndreth P'ifl, will,
if tused ant these times,.Iake out all imapare mat
sers fromth ciraiculationu, and save the general.
health, at the same titme they are curing te l>
cal affection. Oh ! how imnportanr t ii to man
kitd. tht tis subjlect be. well comprehetaded ;
it n ould save manty from tedoms times of siek
ness. and afiean secure their services tam their
friends, when otherwise the tomb would have
-Principal Offiee 241 Brondway, N. Y. a
fieshatieripty just received by the followitng
agents,- BVAID& Bu-z'r.a, Edgefield C. H.,
J...-&.D:-.C; Sityley, Meeting street; John
McLaren; Abbieville ein 4L. -D. Merriman,
Cokeaburry; Whittock, Sullivan & Wailer,
Greenwood; Colemean Lipscornb, New -Mar
hetr and S. D. Cl1& Co. Hamtibaig.
Price 25 cente per box with' full litctions.
-1 Sea &ciaets crticate.
P> vi'e'of shndry wi-tsf ieri Fa-z
Icias, 1 will proceed ti sell al Edge-'
field Court House, on-the *rstMohbay and
Tueslay in August next, the following
Martha J. Seibels and others vs. Mack
Lamar, one negro woman, Mariab, levied
on as the property of the defendant.
Charles A. Meigs vs. Ahijah Abney and
Charles Powell, the tract of land where
the defendant Abijnh Ahney now* lives.
adjoining lands or Sarah Starke and othe
William Brunson vs. William C. Wil
liams (mortgage,) one bay Mare and Colt.
John Amaker and others vs. Robert Mc
Cullough, the tract of lund where the de
fendant lives, containing 750 acres, more
or less, adjoining lands of Washington
Wige and others.
I. BOULWARE, S. E. D.
itJly 17, 8t 25
State of South Carolina,
Whitfield Brooks, A pplicant,
Vs. Suwmons in
Gideon Youngblond and Petitiona.
others. Defendants. ' J
B Y an order fram John Hill, Ordinary
of Ed.gefeld District, I shall proceed
to sell in the above stated case lands be
longing to the estate of Lewis Youngblood,
deceased, situate in the District and State
aforesaid, lying on Beaver Dam Creek,
waters of Turkey Creek. hounded by land:
owned by Edward Pretsley, Bail-y Cor
ley sod others, containing one hundred and
fifty acres. more or less, to be sold on the
first Monday in Augtust next, on a credit
until the first day of January rext. Pur
chasers to give bond and approved per.
sonal security. -ad a mortgnge of the
premises to the Ordinary. Cost to be paid
H1. BOULWA RE, s. r. o.
July 3 5 1 24
The State of S. Carolina.
At a General Assembly beg'n and holden at
Columbia on the fourth otnday in Novem
ber. in the year of our Lord one thousand
,eight hundred and forty-three,- and from
thence continued by divers adjournments to
the 19th day of December in the same year.
A Bill to alter and amend thefirst secson of the
tidrd article of the Constitution
E it enacted, by the Senate and House
Bl' fRepresentatiyes. now met and sitttng
in Geneta's Assembly. that the first section of
the third artikle of the Constitution be altered
and amendcd to read as follows -- The judi
iald power shall be vested in auch t.aperinr and
inferior Courts of JAW aud Equity, as the Le
g'slature shall from tame Lo itime direct and es
talish;'' the jdges ofenel .tereafter to tie
elected shall hold their commissian- tnrig good
behaviour untill they have attaine. he age of
sixty-five years, bnt no lotger; and tie judges
oftheStperior Courts shall at stated time .re
ceive a compensation for their services wh2Cf
shall neither ba. increased nor diminished dur- I
ing their continuance in office; but they shall
receive no fees or perquisites of office. nor hold
any other effice of profit or trust under this State.
the United States or any other power.-"
In the Senate House. the iineteenth day of
December, it the year of our Lord one thou
sand eight hundred and forty-three. We
certify that th above bill has been read dur
itng tlte presetat Seasiona three times in the
House of Reparesetintives, ad tharee times itn
te Senate. and was agreed to by two-thirds of
both Branaches of the whole representation.
Speaker of the House of Representative-i.
W. F. COLCOCK,
President of the Senate.
Coltumhia. 6th Juine. 1844.
I do hereby certify the foregoitg to be a trute
and literal copy oifa Bill en .tied -'A Bill to al
te and amend tihe Grst section of the third ar
icle of~ the Constitntiont." Passed on the nine
teenh day of December, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hunadred ad forty
three, and now in this offie
Given tunde'r my hanad and the seal of the State
hes day and yeaz above written.
W M. F. A RTHUR,
Dep. Sec'ry. of State.
Ix TilE HousE or RawaxaEN-.ravyxs,
December 17, 1844.
Resolved, Thtat thte Clerks of the Senate and
[otse of Rlepresetntatives, do cause thec Bill
passed by thia Generai Ass'emaby, entitted "A
ill to alter andi amnend the first section of lte
third arttcle of the Constitution," to be publish
rd tharee tmoths previous to tihe next General
lections for mnembers of lte Getneral Assenm
ly, agreeably to the provisions of the Consti
Resolved, That thte House do agree to the
Oa dered thast it be sent to the Senate for con
T. WV. GILOLER. c. at. n.
itf THE '8E5ArE,
Decetnber 19, 1843.5
Resolved, That thre Senate do concur tn the
Ordered. Tbat it be returnedto the House of
WVM. E. MfARTIN, c. s.
Jtaly 10 4m 24
Blrougiht to the Jail
O17 this Distrtct, a negro manwho calls
himself CAMBRIDGE, and says he
belongs to Mr. Passmore, of H arris cotunty,
Georgia, he rs about 5 feet 9A inaches high,
avery Mlack; andi about 53 years of age,
ranaway about the last of A pril.
The owrner is requested to comte tortvardi.
prove properry, pay charge and take him
aw ay, otherwise he wrill be dealt with as
Ihe law directs.
*C. HI. GOODMAN, Jailor,
SJuly 10 t : f 24
-Fifty Dollars Reward.
RUNA W AY from my Plantatioan four
In iles from Newherry Court House,
a degro- man H A RRY, dark black, six
ret highr, stout made, with ai we on the
back of his neck, orn or ubent the 4tht day:
of Maty lass, 'The said neio ihas a wife at
Astin Barrintine'e, eon Turkey Creek, in~
Egefield Die:rict, and wiil lkely be .in(
hat neightbohood, .
Fifty Do~l'ars rewardi will is. given to
aiy peseoo who- will deliver~ him to me.
* OHN M. KINARD.
ewborys Ci H.~ .Inly 1 - 25o
State of South Carolina
IN1'HE 1OlMON FLEAS.
R ICHARD 'HANKINSON, whoa has been
arrested, and is iih onfiuied within the
bounds of the Jail of Edgefield District. by vir
tut of a Writ of Capias ad Respondinditm. at
the suit of Jasper Gibbs, having this day filed
big petition, with a schedule on oath. of his
whnle estate and effects. with the' purpose of
obtahling the benefit of the Acts of the benral
Assebly oft he said State,"commonly called
the Insolvent Debtors Aets.
Publit Notice is hereby given, to the said
Jasper dibbs, and all other adhig eredifoha. thd
others interested. that the petition of the said
Richard Hatnkinson will be h-ard and consid.
ered in the Court of Common Pleas for Edge.
field District, at Edgefield Court H*nse, on
Thursday the tenth day of October next, or on
snch other day thereafter, as the Court may
order, during the ternr,cmuimencine on the first
Monday of October next at anid'place; and
all the creditor of the said Richard H ankinson,
are hereby summoned. personally, or by attoi
ney. then uend there in said Coutrt, .to -hew
cause', if any they cairn, why the benefit orthe
Acts aforesaid should not he granted to the said
Richard Hankinson, upon his complying with
the requieitions of the law in such case.made
THOS. G. BACON, c. c. P.
Clerk'sOffice, July 9 1844
July 10 3m 24
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
A BRAHAAM' W. ROACH who is now in
the custoily of the Sheriff of Edgefi. d
District by virtue of the surrender ofhis bail, at
the suit ofL. Trapnman. having filed his ; etition
with a schedule. on oath. of his whole estate
and effects. with the purpose of obtainin,- the
beinfits of the Acts of the General Assembly,
commonly called the Insolvet Debtors Acts.
Public notice is hereby given, Tia the ieti
tion of the said Abrahain W. Roach will be
heard and considered in the Court of Commro.
Plens for Edgefield District, at Edgefield Court
House, on the ninth day of October next. or ot
such other day as the Court may (eider. during
the term, conmencing ot the first Monday an
October next. ft said plae; and all the credi.
tors of the said Abraham V. Roach. are hereby
summoned poersoially or by attorney. then and
there, in said Court. to siew r Anse, if any they
can, why the! benefit ot the Acts afrresid should
not be granted to the said Abraham V Roach.
upon his executing the assignment required by
the Acts aforresaid.
THOS. G. BACON, a c.p.a n.
Clerk's , ffe July 5. 1844. 3m 24
State of South Carolina.
EDUEFIl-L) DIS I'RICT.
IN TILE COMMON PLEAS.
B ENJAMIN F. JONES. who has been
arrested, and is now cotafined withit the
bounds of the Jail of Edgefield District, by vir.
tue of two Writs of Capias ad Satistaciendum.
at the suits of Charles J. Glover, anti Mans.
field Hollingsworth, having filed his petition
with a schedule. on oath. ofhas whno estate
and effects. with the purpose of obtaining the
benefit of the Acts of the Geineral Assembly,
commonly cilled the Insolvent Debtors Acts.
Public notice is hereby given. That the peti
tion of the said Bernjamn F. Jones will be Iteard
and considered in the Court of Common Pleas
for Edgefield District, at Edgefield C. House.
on the ninth day of October next, or on such
other day as the Court may order. duriig the
term, commencing on the first Moind.ly int
October next, at aid place; and all the creli.
tors of the said Benjamin F. Jones, are hereby
summoned personally or by attorney. then need
there, ir, said Court. to shew cause, if any tl'ey
can. why the benefit of the Acts aforesaid
honld not be granted to the said Benjamin F.
gon5s. upon his executin; the assignment re.
quired bV the Acts aforesaid.
I1r0S- G. BACON, c. c. P. E. D.
July 1. 18 -_S 3m 23
State of I0jlth (arolina.
ABBEVILL E ' DISTRICT.
ames Taiggart. E x'or. Bil f,.r A pportion
Aaron Lomax, et al. me.As',$'r
ON miotiont of Mir. Perrin, complainari's 8"-*
icitor: Ordered, that the Commaissio:ri
give three months ntotice. in the Abbreville:
Banner. and 'stich other pnaper as he niay diem
p roler, to all the creditors of Arloses Taiggairt,
late Ordintary of Ahhevale District.noaw dnec'd.,
as-well as those having demnaands frnr mnoaneys
received by hint as Ordinary as aifor-sad. as
his individual credlitors, at ahe time oftis death.
whose demands have nmot been fully andi pr,,
perly paid by his Execttr, to comne in before
the said Commissioner, aund prove thenir den
mantds; and that arneih of them as shall not
come in and prove their demands. on. or before
a peremptory day, to be fixed by thre C2ommaris
siner which dnay shall he at letast thatee monaths
from this publienation of the aid niotice, shall be
ecuded from the benefits of this Dencree.
[Signted) WM. HAlRPER.
In puartitance of the said Decnrernil Orier I
ippoirnt Friday, the first day of November
next. on. or hiefme whiich. the creditors as aiffore
aid will appear before mte, anid prove their
tI. A. JON~ES, c. E. A. D.
Commn'rs, Office, 1!) June, 1644.
July 3 3m 23
Priling Paper, TJ ype, Pre sses. Ink, 4c.
Tj HEU iubscribers having comrnpleted
teir arrangements for keepinag ont
had a general assortment of every article used
by the crafn. They have now on hand, and are
'YE of all kid ptt up~ in founts
Hoe's PRESSEd. Washington and Smith
Do Itakinig Macbittes. Furniture. Rule,
Do :Cases. Chiase.. Stands, Galleys. &c.
Johnson's (Phila.) News and Book ink,
Pront'a(New York) do ' do"
Prinating Paper nf all sizes and qannlities,
Foolaenp. Folio Post atnd Letter Pulper,
Enamelled and Commaonn Blank Cards. &c.
The Type we offr toa the trade is.fromn the.
well known mannaiactory of Wmn. H ager & Co.
New York, wvarranted on thre btest metal, and
ast bay hand. Type from other frnuneries will
however the furnmshed wh~en raquined. The'
eharacter of Hon's nialhinery is so well known
to Printers generally, that we conasider it ttntes
cessary to recomtmerid 'it to them. All oarnters
fr their Machine or Hand Presses, or anay
other article mianufactuired by threm will' be ex
cuted by us on thes New York terms.
BURGFES & JAMES,
.6 Bt oad-street, Charleston. S. C.
117 Printers in Geargia, North c.snd Sotth
Caroline, whlo copy the above ati.y' n'umber'-of
imes during thne year 1844.' wilta ?sallowed $5
on settlemetnt nfthaeir accottats wvhere they ek:
:eeed $30. Those who do' not initend to'deal
with uis, will please not copy.
SApril24 - . . Ot 13
*'China, Crockery,' ege.
Pitchers, Dishes, Ewept and Basins; graeite,
aid.China Tea sells Tiblers,. Wine(,glas.
es, hJebaifters, 1,amnps, Silts, Canets.(kg. de,
r~ sale'hy "f. W.-KEN K.
Mnmhuur;. Novr. 9i3 4a
- STATIUN.ES"- 2
j OSEPH* AALKKfW2gei! tf'5i
T.;White's.TrPz and SERad u
)Ry, lins constandlyon hand an exte
Brass Rule, Cases. C/Mses Comperif".
fSicks. A'c 45c. Arc,
And every article required in a Printmne 61916"i"
All of which.will be furnished at New York
prices-.actual expenses only added.
The reputntion of this Foundry is believed to
be fully established, lhaving been founded up
%iardsof'Thirty Years and reference it, conti
dently made to many lading Jonrn .s of the
News-paper of all..sizes, Medium Double
News, Book.-and Colored Inks, of the best
quality and lowest prices;
Blank Book Manaufactory.
PAPER AND STATONAi.RY.
Always on hand, a large assortment offir.AsK
BooKs. made of the beet paper and botind in
the striongest manner. Banks, Public Of
fices, Merchants and other,, can have thiir
Account Books ruled and bouind to any- pa
tern, in the best niane'r. at lowest pa ices..
Also,-A large stock of WRITING PAPERS.
of all kinds. for sale low.
Also,-Asi extensive assortment of FINE STA
TIONEHY. ofevery kind, including Blank
and Enanmelled Cards.
Also.-BIN ERS' M ATERIALS of ill kinds,
Paste Board, Leatner, &c,
Alay tf 17
T IE Subscribers respectfully infornr their
'i estomers and the public gen. rally, that
they have just received a new and wellselected
spring & Summer Goods,
comprising ean extensive anSnertnient of articles
for Gentlemen's Clothing, in the latest and
most fashionable style, which they are prepar
t-d to make up. in a fashionable and workman.
like mnunier. From Gentlenien wanting any'
description of Clothing they solicit a call, as
they feel confident in their ability to snit the
most fastidions both in the quality and prices
of their Goods.
MEIGS & COLGAN.
March 4, 1444 tf 6
r [ IE subscrilber begs leave to inform his
friends tid the community in general,
that lie 1s at this time receiving and opening an
STOCK OF GOODS,
consisting in part ef DVAIESTIC & FANCY
DRY GOODS. Hats Shoes, Bonnets, Hard
ware, Crockery WareSaddles. Bridles. W hips,
Groceries, &c. All of whiclh articles he will
offer on the very best terms his circumstances
and the times will admit. . .
8. r. GOODE.
March 13 tf .7
HE snuscribers have formed a parttier
ship in the practice of.Law for Edfiefield
District. Office near~G nod man's Hotel.
December 22. 1843 t' 48
The Subscriber would take this oppottunity
to retnrn hiisthiaenks to his friends und the com.
mnunity in general, f.er the liberal patronage
they have conferred on him for the last ten
years He intends carrying on the
Business. in all its branches, at tI old stand,
and hopes I tr ttention to busines. to
merit a comntit ice those favors which have
been.oliberal esthved on him.
Dec. 12 tf 46
1 Dr. E LBERT BLA1D,
W JU LD respectfully ina'orm the citizens
oef Edgehield C. II.. and its vicinity.
that lie has opented an oflice in -the hiouse l'or
meerly occupied by John 8. Jeter as a law
oflicee where he ca:n be f'innd at all lime..
except when attending prof'essional buisintess
He will aitenid to any businiess in the line of
.;i- proifessiin, and lhe pes by care and attention
rec.ive and deserve a share of' public patron
Alay 22 II' 17
1 H E Subhscrit,'Cr re~spemcthiully iniforms his,
A rienids anid tihe Pe.'bbec ge'ner-ally, that he'
,dl'rs for sale, at the brie~k gere f'ormnerly occu
uid by Mlessrs. Sitlev & Graf'on, nenrly op.
teosite Mr. James H-lninhard'se jlotel, a large
mtd general aissortmnent of G It00LL1,' ES, par.
icuz'lj adapted to the wants of'familie. . con
isting itn part of
New tirleans, Porto Rico, and St. Croix
SUG A R,
I.tieap. heni crushed & powdered Sugars.
Cluba, Rtio arid Java COF FE E,
Back, Ilyson, Gunpowder anid Itmperial
West India and New Orleans Molasses,
Hull's Patent Candles, 4s, 5s. & 6ie
Splermi. do. 4s, 5s, & 6s
Catnal Flour, in whiile anid half barrels,
6 casks prime Goshien Cheese, .
20 hoxes do. do. do,
Bnckwhentt in 1-4 and I S barrels, .
Pickles in 1-2 gal. jars. qua. and pints,* -
Tomato Ketchup do. .do.
Walnait den. do.. do. -
50 saaks. Liverpoel Salt. (blentched sackcs,)
50G b'oxes Table do. (a fine article,) r
25 brlI. Irish Potatoes (Roan)
2 tierdes Onions.(red and siirki,
Bar soap', shaving soap. potton cards wioo
ligo, madder. dopperas.. rie, lrd'r, el oco.I~e
Baker's cocoa, coceoa paste, Go-sheit bt)7ernd.i
is bisett lemon tiscujt, pie, tiec--er a
er crackers, butter craclk.ers, piloat hrsid l.
nonds, cnrrants, citron, elO--es, rmtme~fhiee.
nnnamfln. pepper. b'ue'.5 ginger, sagoegpdarl
Barley. maCaron'., vesmicillj. epeintitfird,
trch, Wesl Iadnt ad:American.ReireI'es.
-equested to -call andenniitlefor-thinidelvesi'
Hamtit.imrg; Novr. 25 ' U '442
'ines, flrandyr Glu&, '&c,
M~ A LA GAi Teineriffe. Iort, Shied y,- and
1. adeird WI-NES,
Amiericati antI Esiilad GIN,
'American ind Cognac BRANDY,
Old Peaciand Apple' do,
A fresh stupply 'ofrchoiee PORTFI a
in quarts and pingl~. For sle b~
Homburg, A pril 20.- tf -3
- Confection mm ejc,
, 4?IESH .tjyplyqtadgq~'~s
Brasil Nuts Egis nA.nada
Fis Ra Enslis, &acu ,'Amn..
Hainbu,rg. , U' 13
- I'~ bT
slidindffrthe receptoio e
isnWatrda don theidistreteidiung
nilt the b diiess riaf the ent 1.jeotr feet
abote the hIilesi *gs ptf ra? i i w,ey.- -
entfrely teiot f'fra itt ohe gt,;'iich
render it pr sheom pnuated
for fouding tatd eirvg'
They are now, f I(El fys no
place, and pie roitoppeeufe 7tten
on their own aictiota, bittosie tbeirfttdi$'
ded atnion to h Im
and are edIv retOh
Receiviig and Fonardnriii . -
.Pashauingpoods tf od
Their charges will base 4o,;this
lingottnd 25eeists piutqI d
o2 cents per bale.of
selling Mereharidisidand e fnie ent.
Foraidingird noe *t
the eiahlished %tlo 7h & dr
receed bytles. ,C-L
beral advances wil -ane d
i rii-g SPiDS a
Hamburg, S'I -~. t'
State ofb ut fIs i 1
IN THE CV0AIMN 'P-2LFA&
11111 ALBERT CHEAT H AM WJI' liai'een
Rarre.id.andi inue confilsdw ~ the -
bounds, 1f.the Jail of.Edgieild D d"vrtue
oa-capieas ad satii'tir ir
John B. lolies and Btier'Williai iligving
tiled hi6 petition. with -a schedne th of
his whole estate and effiets, . uth
orobtainineg the benefit of h Acts e eni
eral Assetbly, commonlyeallied
Pnblic notice Is hereby'gien, it eti
tion of tlie said Talbert Cheatham wil.lisard
and considered.in the Coortof CommonPleas
for Edgefleld Districtht Edgeleld on ons,
en thee9th day of ctberneltor o6#110other
day as the.Court my order. diin "the terr,
coimenring on. the first MondaYn October
next. at said lac&'; and'ilI the fereitorsofld',
Talbert Clheatham' are Ihereby enuimoied Lp.'
sonally. or by aitorney,'thn aid there5 lsiaid
Conrt.- to show cause,. if an they canuby'.i
the benefit of the Acts aforesaid.should not be
e ranted to the -said Talbert--Cheathim'!upon
his executing die assignmsnt required b the;
THOS. G. BACON' c. c. F.
Clerks Office, June,18, 1844.
June 19 m 21
T H . Subscribers tesliectfulzly inform iheir
friends a nd the public..that.tfiey. have re
ceived a large and fresh supply of GOODS,
selected by one otthe -firm, in Neu ork, Ba.
ton, Philadelphia, Baltimore andChaileston,
whnch 1 add-tion to' their former-stock.eom.
prises the largest and best assortment d6Goods
ever offered in this market- coisisting is pkt
40 hhds. Potto Rico.New Orleans and
- SCroiX ungars,
.50 bags itio, Uuba; Portojco,St Do -
mingo, Java. and Modha-.fe,
7To huds. -Vestndia Molasses,
10 tierces Cuba 'do.
35 bbla. New Orleans do
70,000 lbs. Bacon. Hams,Sitdes&Shinld s,
80.000" Swede Iron. assorted sizes,
5,000" English do,'
3.000" 'Band and Hoop Iron,A
3,000:" liail Roda& Jarse.8ioeshaPes,
2.000" Casi, Geridn.rBliteredSt'eel
200 setts Wagon Boes,
1,700 sacks Salt;'(bleached sackv
2,000 bushels Salt, in bulk, . 'I
250 pieces Gonny lagging,
1,000 lbs.'Bagging Twine, ( Wedver',)
150 coals Manilla Bale R0pe
100 - do Hemp do do
1.5001 yai ds Osnaburga,
5,000 lbs. double refined Loaf'~tgar
31,00" " - crushed do.
3,0(0" powdered "do. -
1,000)" .single refined Loaf~ - deo
20 boxes.Turpenune Soap
10 'Sperm Candles,
20 " H nill'spatent ('andles,
S tierces f'resh ground Rite
2,000) lbs. Whsite Lead No..I Union- Mif,
25 bLbi. Canaliour, (choice brand.)
40 doz. .dining, parlnr, rocking and
7eases latsi and Caps,
,150 cnska Stone. Lime. (in fine owder,).
20 kegs Dupont's FFF g Powden
1,00(1lbs. Bar Lead,
40 boxes Winidow Glass8x10 & 10sl2'
130 bags Shot. aisorted sizes,
2,500 pairn Shoes,
Tea, P'eppler..Spice,. Ginger, Chocolate. Ciii
unamon, Almonds. Starch, Nuitmegs,inechew
ing Tohncco. .Negro Cloths, Blanliets, Shoe
Thretad, Cotton Yarn.. Cotton Cards, Wool;
Cards, Tacks; Siieves, Plough Lines,7 Iniigo,
ladoZtt. Blue Stone, Copperas, EpsomSa,
Linseesd 'il, Lamnp Oil, a (superior- artice,
Trace Ct~aios, Filth Chains, Smoothing Irons,.
branu bouud eAdlr Buckets, hor'se. Buckets,
Pail'aTsi.ee~ers; WilloW1v /agons, nests
Measures; Feathrs, &c- &c &c.
sDLIEY & CRAPODT.
H zmburg .Tuly, 1, 1843. tr 23
n)zsowe hseig official--husine'st with
nU~ e. are inforamede-ibat lean be fdufld
atihe flice onaevery.M.ondyandiFriday,
a twi.dirCieg egept jprovidentially
preented, uurtg .thems of; Juno,
- -- AOHNIL, 6. t.Dg.
-May5, - - --
ShirvIungs $ heetings~.
4-45-4. 64 and I2-4, brwenau
-Just received by
- ~ JOHN 0 B'. FORD'
Hamburg. Feb. 19 - i 4:
ed to give satisfactione Forsale b~ythe box or
H. A& KENRICK'
_Hanmburg, A pril 20. tI '13
BDls Tresh uinslacked ROK LIMB
jast leeived..and ron-sale by~ -
aomburg, A pril20: . tf62W;13
CUol ry Whiskey.n
2 0 GALLONS- 'Monaini ir'
.a prtme article,-for, ia~ '
H .-u " '
-71 usriergenvo ej artne~
1.ship fo the'raeieeief Law-. :'
W. C. MORAGNE.
Jrune1 to (e os