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in a few. months at Takrthest, an abundatige of
corn will, be brought to supply .die, whole
State;'and: atrites by'no means extyavagart'
The poor may suffer to some extent..but we
hope not severely. We -caiinot suppose, that
induitriona or afflicted personsw'ivill be suf
fered by their wealthy neighbors to starve.
for 'bread Benevoledt associations can be
fmfted-in thesisections of th'e country, %here
-the corn has beencut off. and thenecessities of
the poor can be supplied at no great expense.
WYep4rnestly hope, that this will be done.
. Riin.-During the past week- or" rep
days tin section of country has been
blessed with several.fine showers, n bich
bav exdtened to nust parts of the Dis
trict. These rains'have raised the river
at this place snfficiently to put all the mills
anid factories upon- it in operation,, and
leaveipsiderable spare-water. which has
not-bfore been the case for many months.
[Mountaineer, Aug. 29.
The 1Weather.-Since our last we have
been favored with several -fine showers of
rain, -which will, in some degree replenish
the dried up water courses, and once more
set the mills a-going, so that those who
have corn, can get it ground. And we
hope the springs'and wells throughout the
cout'try. will aga-in be-well supplied with
that healthful and cooling hevetage, so es
sential. to the advancement of the cause
-[Anderson Gazette. Aug. 28.
Rain.-Since our' last, our Distriet has
been blesseid with many fine.sbowers of
rain, wbidh will give the farmeTs a fine
opportunity for sowing turnips, pastures,
-&c., which, iD our opinion they will -do
well-to improve, for if ever there was a
time for economising, that time is now.
Anderson Gazette, 22d- ult.
Seizure of Ex-Gov. Corin.-The
Cincinnati Herald -of the 15th instant,
says ~ibat Ex GoV. '' orwin, who has a
veiy swarthy complexion, while travelling
about fifteen miles frojo that place was
semzed. by a party of armed men who
rusb6d qut of the woods, and, swearing
that -he was a colored tman, they tied and
bore hin! to jail as a-runaway slave!
Alabama.-Joshua L. M1artin, the In
-dependent Democratim candidate, is eleet
ed..Governor of Alabama. by about 4000
majority, over Nutheniel Terry, the regi
lar nominee.-Cherate Gazette.
The Murdrrers Caught.-We learn
with great satisfaction. that the three des
peradoes who 'recently broke Jail in this
District, and murdered 4be Jailor. have
been recaptured, aid are now in custod..
Isaac, the fellow who it is understood
struck the Jailor, and who was evidently
the ringleader of the gang, we are inform
ed, resisted those in pursuit of him, and
was wounded severely before he gave
himself up. They were all taken in
North Carolina, and we presume will
shortly pay the penalty of their outrageous
We are informed that two loads of new
Cotton, 14 square bales, were- receiG-t
yestrday, from the .plantation of Joho
C. Poythress, Esq., of Burke county, and
solti for ,7 cents.
[Augusta Constitutionalist, Aug. 28.
Female seminary.-It amords us great
pleasure to antnouince, that the Limnest.mte
Springs have been purchased by the Rev.
Mr. Curtis of Charleston, and his son the
Rev. Mr. Curtis of this piace, for the
purpose of establishing there a Femate
Acad.-my of high order. Trhe extrerne
healthinesus of the location, and its reti
racy, induce us to believe, that when the
School has been properly organized. and
gone into efficient operation, that splendid
edifice, which has been so long vacant,
will be filled by this and the adjoining
The advantages afforded by such a
school as tbe purchasers inteud to estab
lish, will be such as are afiorded by few
institutions at present in this State. The
location it extremely quiet atid retired
the best teachers will be p)rocuredl, atnd the
strictest attention patid to the moral cul
ture of the pupils; but there will be no
sectarianism.-Carolinian, Aup.. 28.
Coinage at the Mints.-From a state
ment published in the Union, furnished
by the Treasury Department, we learn
that the amount of coinage at the Mint
and Branch .\1ints in July, is as follows:
In eagles $55,000 ; in half eagles $S131,
000; in -quarter eagles $5,737 50-total
in gold- $131,773 50.
In half -dollars 871,000; in quarter
dollars $15,000; in dimes $129,000; in
half dimes $49,000-total in silver $264,
In cents 33,343 67.
Total-value of thie coinaae of the month
of July last, $459,081 17. .
-Total number of pieces of gold coined
Total number of pieces of silver 2,472,
Total number of cents coined 334,367.
Total number of pieces coined 2,840,
Georgia Rail Roads.--We understand
that, that part of the Rail Road extending
from Madison to conneet the Georgia
Railroad with the State Rail Road. will
shortly -be com;pleted. There will then
be a continuous line of finished Rail roads
extending from Charleston by.- Augubta
and Madison, upw ards of 300 miles, we
believe, nearly to Tennessee river. The
Munroe Rail Road has recently been sold,
and in the hands of the new proprie-tors,
we learn, is soon to be finished to the
State Rail IRoad-Carolinian.
Making the Toes Useful -Roberts,-in
*his Oriental. llustrations, thus speaks of
the aetive, grasping power whirh the Ori
eintals have in their-feet and toes:
-By constant usage they accustom
themselves to make use of them in hold
Ling things -in a manner which to us seems
almost incredible, and they make the toes
perform almost the work of fingers. We1
bind ours fast fromn early childhood in our
close shoes, and they become useless ex
pfor the purpose of walking. But the
Seize, upon an object with their toes and
hold itnlast. If in walking along they see
any:thina on trie ground which they desi e
to piek up, instead of stooping as we
would they seize it- with their itoes, and
lift it up. Alyp'ulle, a-Caudian chief, was
about to be behesded. When he-arrived
at the place of execution, he looked round
for some object on which to seize, and
saw-a small shrubi, and seized it, with his
toes, and held it fast, in -order to he firm
while the executioner did his office." -
Alone in her Glory.-A rare incident
the most rare that we have ever. witnessed
of the particular kind-was presented at
eur Levee yesterday afternoon. The
steam boat Harry of the West was the
only boat at the Levee above CafI-st.
Such at, incident has seldom heen known.
if evei, since the earliest days of the
navigation of the Mississippi by steam,
and .may be regarded as one evideuce of
the present dullness of the city.
Statistics of Calome.-Ohe house in
Phiadelphia, sys the J. S. Gazene, has
prepared and sold within the last three
years; 17,000 pounds of Calomel. [Tie
consumer pays the apothecary for the med.
icine.-a price varying from $50 to $500 per
pound. Putting the above quantity at
only $60. it would appear that the price
pai dfior it has succeeded a million of dol
larp; It is supposed that the quantity man
ufactured by other houses is at least six
times as much. If Fo, the cost of calomie
in three years, has been $6.000,000, or an
average of two million per antium.
Good Advice. The Ne York Express
closes a sensible article on Life and its en
joyments, with this language:
"Seriously, if you would keep cool,
keep sober, and if you would enjoy life,
live as men do by whose existence the
world is made better. Be even tempered
and polite, honest and kind, just and mer
ciful, and if you wouldsleep without trou
bled dreams. be free from iwinges of con
science. Be sure at least that the world
is ne lhe worse because you have lived
Count that (lay lost whose low descend
Sees at thy hand no virtuous action done!
Hamburg Prices Current.
SEPT. 3 1845.
Bacon, per lb. Iron, per lb.'
Hog round, 7 a 8 Sweedes.ass'd,44 a 5J
Hams, 8 a 84 Hoop, 74 a 9
Shoulders, 7 a 74 Sheet. 7 a 9
Sides, a 8 Nail Rods, 74 a 8
Bagging.per yd. Russia bar - 5 a 6
Best =enp, 17 a 20 Plough Moulds, 6 a 7
Tow, 15 a 18 Lard. per lb 8 a TO
Cotton, 174 a 00 Lead, " " 6 a 8
Balerope, per 1b. 8 a it Lime. per bbl.
Beescaz, irlb. 22 a 25 Stone, 2 00 a 2 50
Cotton. per lb. Rice, per 100lbs 4 00
Ord. to Mid'g, 5ia 54 -Sugars. per lb.
'iiddling Fair. 6 a 64 St. Croix, 10 a I1
Flly Fair, 6 a 8J Pirto Rico. 7 a 10
Fine, a New Oirleans 7 a 10
Cofee, per Ib. Havana, whi:e 10 a 12
Rio, . . 8 a 10 Do. brown 8 a 9
Java, I1' a 15 Loafand lnmp.13 a 15
Crn,'perhu.,00 a 62A Salt. per bush.45 a 50
Corn Meal, 50 a 71 Sack, 1 50 a 1 75
Flour; _per bbl. : Tallow. per tb -8 a 10
Caiui, 7 a 0 00 Twine, per lb.
Country, 4 50 a 5 25 American, 25 a 30
ides, per lb. 7 a 8 1Enlish, 25 a 37f
Haauao, August 27
Coufe.-Thec receipts are still very light. so
much so. that we can scarcely give a mtarket.
Upi to.day. bitt 25 bales of new Cotton have
come to hand. all ot wtiich went inito store. ex
eet 5 bates; these were e..td at7 cehnts per tb.
Part or that in store is limited at 9 ceits ; 161
bales of this. owned by the lion. George Me
Dffiet, caine iii yesteglay. and is a good lair
article. Prices range tiretty tmtch as they did
last week-ihe accotunts per H ihernia haviing
made iio favorable impression on the mnarket
There are but few buyers operating, and the
market rather dull than otherwise. Our quo.
tations are as follows:
Ordiniary to midding, 54mi 5.[
M.iddliing fair, '6i a 6
Fair, 7 a 7
Good fair, it 74
Groceries.-Bacon contines to advsance
slowly, though we look for a declension in a
few more weeks. Corni is worth from75 to $1
per bushel. Meal 75 to 87 cents.-Journal.
Cotust~a. August 28.
Cotn-We have no change to notice in
this article since our last. There is more com.~
in n hog h prices are the same. We
stil eotefro 54to 7& cents.
Corn is selling otut of stores from 75 to 80 cts,
market well supplied.
Bacon is worth 10 cents per pound.
Departed thtis life on rTuesday the 26th inst.,
Mrs. SHEBA 4iN SmioTH ER, wife of Mr. D. R
Strther. and only danghter of Shimmnel and
Lydia Nicholson. The interesting age at
whih the deceased had arriv d, being in her
27th year. her meek and nuaobtiusive chatacier,
her deep and constat attachmenit to her belo
ved busband ad tier two little boys, conspire
to render the separation one of a most painful
and heartrenidinig nature. However distressing
our bereavemfenit may be. it does not becotne
as to murmutr at the dispensations of the Al
mighy ; and in the departure of our dear
friend we have tha sweet consolation that her
peace was made with her God. During her
llness, which was of short dmnation, shte ea.
presse I her resignation to the will ol' God, and
o her last moments shte prayeid fervently to
te Lord to have merry uponi her. and supptort
ad deliver hecr o~t of all her troubles for Jesus
Christ sake-and thme last accetits which was
intelligible, was the repeating that beautul
hymn of -Watts,
"When I can read my title clear
To mansions in the skies,
I bid fatrewell to every tear
And wipe my we-epiog eyes."
Died, at 1is residence on the 27th July. of
billious cotngestive fever. I. E. McDaNsa.;m
the 26th year of his age. The deceased was
miot a member of any church, but the dlay be
fore his death he manifested a wtilligness to
submit to te will of God. in whom Ito piut his
trust. About one hour befor'- h'is departure he
clasped his hands around the neck of his
weeping mother. and said "3Iothier west' not
for me. your loss is my gain." He then repea
ted a verse from the H olv Bible, mand in a lew.
nmutes closed nis eyes in death Titus was
ut off iin the bloom ot life, ones who had ena
leared himsetf to all who knew him. He has
le a disconsolate wife and a large circle of
riends to moursi his early death*
Soon oh sooni. this journey us over,
His Jesus calls hinm .hum to H eaven ;
There to bask in endless j'uY.
-Andsing his nraise forever more
State of South Ca'olina.
. JHN hILL, Esq.. Ordinary of Edge
Wherena, James G iffin hath applid to me
for LDtters of Ad.uinistration, on all and singnj
larsthe goods and chattles, rights atnd cre.dits of
Mary Tillman, late of the Dibtrict aforeanid
deceased; these are, thetefore, to cite and
adionish all and singular, the kindred and cred
itors of the jtid decensed, to be and appear le
foer me, at aour next Ordinary's Court for the
said District to be holder) at Edgefield Court
Hose o' the fifleenh dqy of Sept. inst, to
show cause, if any, why-the said administration
should not be granted.
Given undermy hand and seal, this 2pd-day
of Sept., in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and forty Lv <and in the 70th
year of American Independence.
JOHN HILL. o. E. D.
Sept.3 2t 32
Female Acade my
r HE Trustees of the Abbiville Female Ac
ademy beg leave to annonnee to the
public. that: M... JAMES L. LESLEY1 has con
sented to take charge of the Female- School in
Abbille Village, for the veer 1846.
Mr.: Lesley has, for the hast ten years been
engaged in the education of youth and long
and favorably_ knownin Abbeville Distriet, as
i competent and successful classical teacher.
His reputation..capacity and qualifications as
an instrnctorare too well known and admitted
to reqire froim us any enconium, tp recom
mend him to the confldence and support of the
All the usual branches of an Enalish educa
tion will be taught; also. the Frenc7t.-Latin and
Greek languages. together with Philosophy,
&c.. &c -
The School wil he under the exclusive di
rection andcontrol of Mr Lesly. The Scho
lastic Year to consist of ten months, commen
cing the first Monday of January next.
Good and cheap boarding may be had with
private families in the Village and its vicinity.
Miss HARRISON, whose superior talents
and qualificaiionli'as a Music Teacher, have
beeh long knpwn and appreciated in Abhe
ville,will still continue in charge of the. Music
D. L WAhIDL\W.)
JOHN' WHITE. [
R. H. WA ItDLAW, 61
J J WARDLAW, .
W.A WARDLAW. 5
T. C. PERRIN. I
JAS. S. WILSON,.
JA 1 FS A LSTON.
August 9f t15J 32
Eagte and.& Phenix Hlotel.
I H E Subscriher re-pectfully announces
. to his friends and the travelling public
that he is now having the above splendid
Hituse put in complete order. and will open
it uider the imiiediaue direction of himself
nird wife.on oir abont the first of September
next, at which time. he solicits fruom Sis frie-nds
aid patrons,a continuance of past favors
as.Aiuring th,-nr that their confon will always
be his study. WM. PRAZIEIL
Augusta, Gq.. August 20 if 30
' IIE Subscribers having entmented
Lte above business. propose to Cur
.nih the e of Fxefield village aml
its victorty- 16'bef pork ond :inatolo.
The subscribers pledge themselves t aet
in all fidelity in the above business. mif
respectfully solicit a share of publie tor
NICHOLAS & KENNERLV.
N. B.-Our regular market days 'e it'
lhe Tuesdays, Thursdays anid Suturday,
Augusi 20 if a1
150,000 HRCS brt umat
9 st~~los wra amifor
eusle. by M~ORIS & CH R IS-i IAN
Edgefleld C. H.. July 30 3u 27
J J H IWA RD. formerly of the
* * firm of HlowAiD & GAR
MANY. having taketn the Store re~enitly occtu
pied by Messrs. Elliott &. Patrks, hegs leave
to inform his friends atud the ptublic cenerally,
ahat he intcnds kee ping otn hand, an excellen't
SvoAa, COFFEE. SALT. IRON, MOLASsEs,
and all other articles in that line, together with
a full assforimenat of
Homnespuns Blankets. Shoes, rc.'
and in fact eve'ry article usually kept in the
Hie is receiving a complete stock of the
above named articles, fresh from New Yo. k,
Bostoti, Philadelphia and Baltimore ; also a
lot of fine
BACON SIDES AND RAMS.
He solicits a portion of that patrotnage which
wasso kindhy given him when in the firm of'
Howard & Garmaniy, and pledges himself to
use renewed energy to please and bunefit those
who will give him a chance.
All orders for Ragginig and Rope, will be
filled ; and he guarantees all articles sent, to
please in quality and price.
J. 3. HOWA RD.
H anburg, Agust 20 3t (Jour ) 30 ,
BY JOHN~ HILL, Esquire, Ordinary of
Vu herein.. Levi R.. Wilson hath applied to
me for Letters of A dmimustration, ott all and
singular the goodsendchattels. rights and cred
its of John Wingard, lats~ of the District afore
said, deceased, these are therefore. to cite atnd
atdn'tnish all and .sinigular.the kindred atnd cred
itors of satid deceased, to be and aippear before
me at our next Ordinary's Conrt for the said
District, to be holden at Edgefleld Court H onse,
ons the 15th day of September, to show cause.
if any why .the said admitnistration should not
Given under my hand and seal, this the 25th
day of Au:gnst in the year ofotur Lord one thou~
sau~d eight hutndred and forty-flvu, atnd in the
sevetietht year of Americatn [osdepetndence.
JOtIN HILLo -D..
Atngust 2y 2t 31 .
1. M.t Large patnish (W. 4. H'
10) '. Spanish (L Vlds
10 M1, dii (R.P. M1.). Vlds
5 M.Imnpertal Regalins, ("Venius:')*
Just received, atnd for sale, by
8IB01.Y & CRAPON.
Hatmbuig, July2~3. 1t48 .tf 26
ronn SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
A PPLIcA'rION-iill e. made to the
.Legislatire -of Soulh Carolina, at its
next se-4-ion to grant a Charte? for a
Rail Road, from Edge6eld Courl HoUse
to a point 'at or near Aiken. .
September 3 if 32
gr Public Notice is hereby
given, that a'pplicawtion will be nade, to
the Legislature of South.Carolina at its
next session, to repeal the "Act to incor
porate the Village of Edgefield."
Septemher 3 tf 32
IS hereby given, that application will be
made to the Legislature at its next session,
to alter the charter of the Town of Edgefio-ld.
so as to'give to the Town Council, the excln-.
sive rig ht to grant Taveru licenses, and sell, or'
to retail spirituous liquors within said town..
August27 3m 31
A LL Persons are cautioned not to purchase,
trade', or birter for a SJRREL HORSE
of the Bascom breed. at present in the pos,
session of Mr. Seth Butlerof Edgefield Did
tuict. as said Marc is the property of the sub.
Augusta, August26 (Repub.) 3t 32
OTICE is nereby given, that application
N will he made to the Legislature at its next
session, to declare Rocky Spring Creek, in
Lexington District, a navigable stream. -
August20 tf 30
ATTENTION LIGHT INFANTRY!
SPIRIT OF '76!!
T HE funeral obsequies of I E McLaniel
and George Bussey will he performed
on Saturday before the third Lord's Day inst.
at the Red, Hill Church. The members of.the
corps will attend on the occasion. in full uni
form. caps and arms excepted The members
will wear a trip of crape on thee left arm in
token of respect to the deceased.
JOHN H- ILL. Captain.
September 3 3t 32
Land for' Sale.
1 HE Sbarribers wishing to r.emove to the
. est, if'er for sale that ,well known
tract of Land where they ow live. situa.ted on
the. Martintown Road, in Edgefield-District, 25
miles from Hamburg. 'I he trnct contains
about four-hueidred and forty acres. Someex.
cellent land and well tiibered--about 'one
hundred and fifty acres cleared. aiout seventy.
five of which is fresh. The situation is as well
calculated for a public stand as any other olace.
fromu Hambeurg to the Monitains. Persons
wishing to purchase, can call and examine -for
- If not previously disposed of, it will be sold
to the highest bidder. the first M onday in Octo.
ber next, at Edgefield Court House.
September 3 5t 32
St te of Souti Carolina,
John W. Hearst. SUpplemental
-s. Bill for '
P. C. McOweo & wire Partition.
Y virtue of sn orderer o ie~ Coiirt af
BEquity. in this case. will he sold at
Eel2e6ed Court House, on Sale Day in
October next, the two following tracts of
1. The "Prisca Tract," situated in the6
District and State aforesaid, adjoining
lads of R. P. Quarlees. C. W. Mamtz
anid othets, cotaninitg eighty five (85)
acres. enore or less.
2. Thle "C. cheraia Tract." situated in
the D',trict tandl State aforesaid, adjnp~iing
lands of WV. Mlamiz. Johna Hearst, Williiam
A tkins andi others. coantaining seventy five'
(75) acres. mcore or less.
Terms--Tnelve montles credit, with itt
ierest from the day or sale. -Purchasers
to give boned and security and a meortgage
of the premises to secure the purchase
money, and costs to be paid in cash.
Purchases to pay for papers.
H. A. JONES, c.EF. A. D.
Com'rs Office, A bheville. C. HI..
September 3 4t 32
W ILL be sold at Edgefieldl Court Hotuse,
on the First Mtomtay in October neext.
the tract of lanad on whicht the Puor hlouse
now stands, supposed to contain abouat three
hundied acr es, on twelve months credit.
S. BUT LE R. Chairman
of the Board of Poor.
Sept. 3 5t 32
A N lecionwill take place at Edgefield
A .H on the first Monday int Octo
ber next, by the Comumissioners of the
Poor of Edgefield District, for a Super.
intendene of the Poor House for the en
suing year. Any persons wvishing the
place, will make application stating their
terms. S. BUTLER,
Chairman Board of Poer.
Sept. 3 5r 32
State of South Carolina.
Y JO HN HIL L. Esquire, Ordinary,
Lof Edgefield District.
Whereas Nancy Reyneolds hath applie-d
to me for Litters :uf Administration, tin
all and- singular the goods, dad chattels,
rights and credits of Thos. keynolds. late
of the District aforesaid, deceased. these
are, therefore, to cite arid admeoncish all
and .singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said decea'd, to be and appear hefotre
me, at ouer next Ordinary's Lourt for the
said District, to be holden at Edlgefield
Court H ouse, on the 15th day of Sept.
instatt t show cause, if any, why the said
admiie oen should no~t he gratnred.
Given uneder tmy hand and seal, this
Jst day of September,-in the year or nur
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
forty-five, and in the 70th year of Ametri
JOH N H ILL, o. E. D.
Sept. 3 2t . ' 32.
TI 'H E Subscriber now has. and intenits keep.
I ing otn hand, good heart H INGLi.S to.:
sale. JAB. GRIFFIN.
Wveare authorized to aniounce
Captainl Josi. H-lUBTSWeR, .as acandi
date. for Colonel (if the S.-ve.tl) Regi .eni,
occasioned by the resienalion of Col. L
T. Wigall. .July 30 te
The friends of Lieut Colonel
SAMUEL Posvr, announs e him as a cart
didate for the office of Colonel of SeIveili 1
Regimeat, S. C. Militia. July 3 - 27
(Q*We are authorized to announce 0.
D. MAis, Esq., as a candidate for Colorel
of Seventh Regiment, to fill the vacancy
occasioned by the tesignation of Col. L.
T. Wigfall. July 23 26
H. L. JEFFERSe
General Agent and Connnissiom
Merchant. Hanburg. S. C.
TILL offers his services to his filenda'and
the public, and lie will devote hid undivi
ded attention to the
- SELLING OF COTTON AND FLOUR;
REcEIVING An FORWARDING GooDs.
Buying Goods for Plantersor Merckants;oi
attend to any businuas that may be
committed to his care.
He embraces this opportunity of tendering
his'thanks to his friends for their liberal patron
age heretofore bestowed, and by intaustry and
close attention to businds. lie hopes to merit,
and to continue to receive-the Arine. It shall be
his aim to inakeall his charges as- light as -pos.
sible. knowing that it will lie to his interest tc
closely observe the interest of his friends.
Liberal advances will be made if required or
produce sent to him for sale or store. Cottot
seit to him bysBoats, wIll be received free o
oWarfage. All produce sent to him for sale
will be promptly sold on arrival, if so ordered.
August 6 tf 28
Notice to House arpenters!
W ILL be Let to the lowest bidder, ot
Tuesday after the first Monday in Sep
tember it-xt,oan the Chappelr Ferry Road, oms
mile fom Mr. Avey Bland's. the building o:
several. Frained Huses. Dimensions. plat
aid time given for puttin:: up the buildings
made known on the day of letting.
Chairman Board of the Poor.
August 6 4t 28
Corn and Bay for 'ale.
90inshels Deveraux bes
North Carolina CORN.
4,000 bushels Maryland Whiie Corijus
received and will coistaiitly be kept for sals
Orderstrom the dountry, (witli -city refer
ence.) will be immediately attended to..
Apply to J. S. RYAN,
East Bay.10pposite Fitsammon's Wharf.
Clarlestont. August 27 3t 31
H.4W GAP BE -T COMPANY.
You will lypearon your usual Com
. pany MusterGround on Friday thi
5th Se.ptember next. for instrnetis
and drill. armed and equipped as t,
An election will be held at the saml
time and place. for Colonel or 7tl
Ieginent. to fill the' vacancy ocea
s ioned by tie resignation of Louis T
Wigfall. The firt and second Lien
tenants will assist in managing the Electioti.
All Other orders are hereby couritarmanded
By order df Capt. D. L. SHAW.
J. Mlonats. 0. S.v - ug. 27 2i 31
RANDRETH'S PILLS by cleanss:i
the Blood from all impurities, give
-"er to every organ to perform its fPnc tion
hea.:lthily ; tno rnatter whether externally or a:
:ernsally situated. Nature has formed the low~
els for the evacuation of all unhealthy humor
of the blood, atnd if man wiould use but cns
-'Oin sense.- he would take care that lhey pri
thormed this offic.e faith tuty. Ir the bowets are
our .5 'C*rder. if tooe ulenw or too fast;-a lew dic
tie5of B RA ND RE TU's PIL ~rs will brin
ttiemi to order. Ask the mian who was dyitij
frotm consripanted bowel- what cored him; he
tells yon Brandreth's Pills. Ask him who ha
had the dysenitairy for six mouths, and ever'
retmedy had failed ; he tells yosu. Brandreth'
Pills cnured him ini a week. So with other dis
,ye 'welv-- Brandreth's Pills rubbed dowi
in half pitit of msolaisses. cured a lhttle bov o
ain nlcer of thie tace which was rapidly spreadin;
to is eyes, and which a dozen doctors had trie,
to cure. hut could not; the poor parenits wvoni
have given half they were worth to have had :
cnred, ban aveiy thing they tried did no good
until they stave it a tea sploonfnl ofmolasses e.s
ery dany, in halfa pint of which they had rulbbe-.
down twehe Brawilretli's Pills; before -ti
.hole of the molasses was takent the ulcer-wnt
enred And yet some foolish pseople call Brati
drethi's Pills a quack mtedicine. It would he
i ell if there w~ere a few more such quack med
seines. Will till your pretended Sarsaparilla
Ciopotunds. or Lozetigcs, or Salves, cure like
the Buttndreth's Pills ? Can they seind -you Li
persons cared as Dr. Brandreth can? Cart
they psois out to you people who had beet
helpless for years from Epilepsy and St..Vitus
Dance, who have been cured by their renme
dies ? f they canntot, Dr. Briandreth can.
Can they point out to you a person who for
twenty years had rever had a stool withoni
having used, nedicine, or mechanical means,
and whom the Bratndreth's Pills cured in a
mnonth, and cave him as healthy evacuati-ons
as lie had when he was a child ? .
DITlhe Pills are sold 'at Dr. Brandreth's OJ
flee, 241 Broadway N York. Also, by Bland
or Butler, Edgefield C. HI.; S. D. Clarke Sr Co.,
Hamibttrg; J. S. 84 D. C. Smyley, M'eetina
Street ; IV. M. Coleman, New Market; WhitlocIl
Sullivan of Waller, Greenwood ; L. D. Meirri
Atg.27 5t 31
.IUST receive. -i b arrels fresh NORTH
ENIRN FLOUR 'and for sale by
.SIBLEY & CRAPON
Hamnburg, July 23, 1645. tf 26.
State of 'O 11th ( a'olina.
IN THE COMMsfON PLEAS.
Rubert R H unter, Declaration in
, P. . Soney Attachment.
3 1HEl Plaintiff in the above stated case,
..having thtiaday tiled theii Declarations_ n
my Office, atid the Defendatit havitng iso wife
or Attuirsy kncwn to reside wvitnin the arits'
of the State on whotn a~copy of the same witni
a rie to plead cast be served; " It is therefore
Ordered" That the Defendant appear and plead
to the same within a year anid a day from the
date hereof' or fitnal and absolutojudgmentwill
be awarded atgainst him
THOMAS G BACON, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office,22d Nov. 1844.
Nov.27 - 44 * J .y
We are authorized to announce GEonteE
J.S1Irrano as a candidato for the office
of Tax Collector, at the next election,
Dec. 25 tf . 48
state of South Carliaa
- IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
denj. F. Landrim, beare,. Dedaii
Richard Allen. 1- . c ent.
"'THE Plaintiffs;in the above stated.ess
. having this day filed his Declaration 'in
Oficne and the Delfeidanit havinrco. V r
attorney known to reside within the imits of
the State on whom a copy of the sane with
rule to plead can be served. Itistherefoje pr.
dered, that he appears and plead to thesame.
withth one year and a day from thedete hereof,
or final and absolatejudgnient wilm i iailed
THOSIAS G' BACON, c. ,.
Clerk's Office 21st Nov. 1844
No v. 27 44 ly
State of South Carolina
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Arbhibald Boggs, -
,vi..l De'n,. in Attaihini
Vs. Decdaration in
Enoch Byne - Attachment.
and Harman Hust.) -
Va. De4claration in ttachment.
vs. Deca'n. in Atiachment
vs. Dec'. in Attachment.
r Wai. H~amine
Va. . Dec'lion in.ttaachmto.
Benjamin E. Gillstrap;)
VS.. e Dedaration in
Enoch Byne and Attachument.
Eljah Byne, J
Andrew Kerr and
John Kerr, 3 Declaration
Survivors. ) in
vs. 3. AtacAment.
Enoch Byne. J
James S. -brown, ' Declaration
vs. , in
Enoch Byne and . Auachmnet.
Harmon Hust. )
.vs. Dei.in Attachment
klarmn liis .
vs. , Dec. n -Attachment.
Jean, 1togers, 1
Va., - Declaration in
LAnoch byne and - Attaciiit.
VS. Decla'tion in Attack'mt
Jlohn -W. itheney,
. - vs- Declaration i4
Enoch. Dyne and Attachment.
- vs,. Dcdaration in
Enoch Byne and .AttacAment
Harmon Hust. J
Enoch dyne and Attachment
Harmon Hust. -
Henry S..iloadley, Declaration
vs. } - in.
Enoch Dyne. j Auachment.
Y I HE Flainutd' in the above cases, having
1 uis day filed their Declarations in my
otiiceand the Dtendants'having neither Wives
nor :Attorney'i knotis to reside within the
limits o' the State on. whom a copy of said,
Declarations with a rule to plead can be ser
ved: It i6 therefore ordered, that the said De.
fendautsdo appear and plead to the said dec.
larations within a year and a day from the date
hereof, or tinai anid absolute judgmtent will be
awarded against them by delault.
THOS. G. JIACON, c. c. i..
Clerk's Office, Mlay 6th; 1845.
Mlay.14 . 'ly s 18
istate of South Carolina
.J. W, Stokes. Declaration in
P. .R~oonaey. Attachincrd. -
UEPlaintifia in the above stated cases,
leaving dhi ~y filed their declarations
in myl oflice, and the defendant~s having no wife
or attorney known to reside within the imits of
the State, on whom a copy of the same with ai
,uole to plead can be served -It- is therefore
ordered, that the defenudant appear and plead
to the same within a year and a day fromn the
daty hereof, oi fii and absolute judgment wvill
be awurded against him.
THOS G. BACON, c. c. ra
Clerk's Office, 22d Nov. 1844.
Nov. 27 44 ly
btate of South Carolina,
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT.
John B. Rountree'. Declamation in Foreign'
George eppeart. -Attachment.
T1 H E Plaintiff having this day Giled be Der
.Uclaration in my office and te Defendan?
having no wife or Attorney known to be withi
in the State, on whom a-copy of thesame,'witig
a rule to plead can. be servedi it is O r'ed;
that the Defendant pleads te the said D'eldra.
tio within a yeurad a day, or final and abso.
lute judgment veill be given against him.
T HOMAS C. BACON, c. c. P.
Clerk'i'Office, Nov. 11th, 1844.
Nov 1 ly 4
State of South Carolina.
iN THE COMMON PLE AS..
John B. Gorden'
vs. Attachment. -
Joseph M. Perry.
Alex. J.-I awton
Joseph M1. Perry.
THE Plaintiff's having ihie'day~ filed
A.their Dyclarations in the ahove stated
cases inrimy office. It is therefore, Ordered..
that ihe'Defendant do appear and plead to.
the said fleclarations within a sear and a,
day fromi the date hereof, or in defaulf
thereof final and absolute judgments will
be giveu ,and awarded against thesaid
Duifendani in both the above stated cases
- T HOS- G. BA CON, W. C,..
Clerk's Office, 28th April; 1845.
Apri30 - 4 l
A LL Persons ipdebted t the F~tateofJtthn
-D. Raiford,.late-of- this.Dijstrict are re.'
queste'd to make immiedigte payment,aud all
having angp~demands against the aiid Esit
willhimd'them in, according to liw, by the 25dii
of December next, at which time the adbcri
her-deires to close up-the -Estate.
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