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The niw - arasat I
the fireuiiut a~mk
K a postponte
Court of. CumnJp4%tFdield'Di
trict. an&th.Ae'atH4i u ;PWo eekslorthj
Sesi rt ottwieCourt 61dfieldiim l,
2nd weel~ofa teethatthe
ExtraCon diconthe 4th
Mond'vn 1lj ined-umtill the
rorgdrawnz Wfor the said-Term
do attend it . in March; in
stesad othW t 4n uerim.
'N JudIHNz LTON O'NEAL.
al. 6 7t
H ndersr ave formed a part
i thi th' ie6 of Law and:
ATr Ed-i ne- or the oteer
Sati.ndt i le, Barn
- ficeA i dge -fi
- NL. GRIFFIN,
'L. RON HAN.
~ ort. d eYr legoes
TOP -SA L.E.
S Agent for ;the President and Directors
fi k of the State of South Caro
4ina, . Ir , to public sale at Edgefield
Cur oyTCS . the q day of Fcb
to for .a mortgage of said Negroes. ese
cted to; ank;.by John Battskett, Wm
J. Wig va ti. A:in ightman. The said
-Negroes re jn;tlhij1osesion" of William J.
Wi4ioiau, ibere those who desire it, may sze
The tesms of sale wil be 'onefourtk of the
purchasiNumy in cash, ead thp balance se
cured by notes or bond with. approved sureties,
payable on the'1st of-January, 1847. hearing
interest fromihe sale.
Purchasers topay for the necessary paiers.
and9th p6operty nt o be delivered until the
ternisf sA rej .oinplied with.
v The mmmnefi thi Negroes are as, follinoV
viz: C. - eca, orris, Prissy.
Gabe, Ai e, AdeilinNelson, Wil
Emeline. ewt. osen, Ja n, Clai
jr.,TosiWli ' elen its P
Betsey, K'yaOnh, ar
Tiddy, Sa bert, Mood
Geore. a ly, Mo'attely, P
Amny, ~tbria ?Henry, Ste4pien. Fan
B~ritto'i;-Flnii ha, John, Y, and Giniey..
S. EON CH RESTIE, Agent.
TThq Rep'ubUiiund Jmnrnnl- Hapmburg,
will cog twice.n ifrward ileiraccountS
January 2 . . .t 1
Totht Pabile, a nd* wn ers
Of Grist an at1YiiiW s !
VING pitrchase f W. T. Aloore. who
is the ownierin i ' tate of Snuth Caro
line. of 'HOCHKtSS EiTICAL REAC
TioN WHEELS-for Saiatd Grist M ills. and
other Machinery-!andiiavig'tested them fully
to our satisfactiosin hatensa'tisfiaction of all
who have seen then, we no*w ofTf-Edgefeld
Pistrict,'which we have purepased to tl'pu
iR w;hitethil fogwing. recomtuneieidations and
it. The simplicityf tleiiecnstction
2nd. Theih durathiii and power.ftn-ifv
3rd.Thmey regqmre.one-thiris l-s water, -mid
vill do doubleaspnu ,e.eeutin in the sanc
time as atn other used in the South.
4th. siackwuter does niot -*fibct them so
long as there iWa head of water above them.
uS the action of the water is on the inner side
o)f the wheels., , . 1
w COTflRAN & ROFF.
P. S. M it. fRoFF who is the owner of one
half of the irigim.for the District, is q irmctical
blechanic and -pmup, .,a'ood nany Miills.
S His services Cntr be had at-any timeis. by di
lrecting tQ Vinter Seat.S. C.
I do certifVthat I assisted M r. Roff in put
timng Str..Johnh~othrani's Saiw Mill in oper.:itionm
wimh the Vertical tVast Wimhel. It uses much
flees waerthan the old flatter wvheel. MIuch imore
dtmrable and ve.ry-very. iniple. , i cseds uo
reconmn..ndamtion, as it reconmmenods itsel.
liave jumst seemi a test of it with - linck w.ater
thme wheels were covered, amid f. did- ndt~
any dilferericeib its runnig.l b Iave
employe~iisIMill. Wright fe'r a' nu b9
years, and it'.surpasses- any mimin I havm~
(vitnssed~ THUOS. .O10HNSON
Januari28 2m 1
STOCENor Ruma-tay from mihe
Subscribmer's Plamntmtiomi, near
Lvesville, Legimigton, . te.. on theo
l3thm January inst., my slave BILL.
He is a Malatta, betwveen formy-five
and fifty years oftage, about sia feet
r ilread well prmoportionmed imm
pmze. ile hqs a hb pppearance, with a haigh
for'ehead, anid a'little gray-headed : lie musually
wears iii'sker-s, which with his beard ii bla,- k.
Last Augit he was bit on time calf of one of1
his leies, (the leiI thinks) that left a sear, which
Teboereward of S60 will be givenm for
his apprehemnsion aind safe delivery to mem, with
pt oof to convict a ny. white per sons of stealing
or harborijighim. I wiill give twen'y-five if
taken within this -State,- and safely lodged in
sonie jail jorfhe iname, or. I will give filly mf
taken out of -this State anid secured in jail,so
that Igethim. It mnay he that samd fellow thas
been fmfirnishmed with free papers, in whmichm
ease, if apprehended, I wish all papers founmd
on hiaishould be .taken care of,som that I can
- get possession ofthomm.
Any information respecting said fellow will
be thankfully received.
Address .SEABORN JONES,
-LeesvilieJ.eringtzon, S. C.
,The Monntaineer,-Greenville, "will copy
twice, ad forward'account to this oflice.
January 28.. . e tf 1
-Broglt to lIke Jail
OF thtis District, a negro man
who says his amme is
GEORGE, and that he belongs
to Mr.'John Sunimmers, of New
berry District. Said fellowm is
abpi~te t; nitmand a half
inches bgh~Wiiefl '23)nd25 years of
age, anld very'dark coniplectedl. HeI is
lame in his left anc16, m stii!ight hip ie
out of blace; lhe Has jeralicars on his
left hanJ, whuieb hitsaysiweaseaumsed by a
-. shing1e machine ndafsol.sinall scar
ovedijIgs el eye. Heiii-sho rana way
aboutW$'' ltl'siiee'. -
Th f ueted to 6ieTor
was provw pr~y ages: flud
riake ia h ~jm hewuI he dealt
~ he irends of fore &am~v.
- cel~L4 hirfres e catidikte tin e
-ix Collector att the ' netdi
igand eua ~ e .'.
0h. ROBE R
jffjE RS for sale, a well selecte
--of GENUINE DRUGS an
LS, Patent Medicines, Trusses, Bandages,
Bdgies, Catheters. &c, and all, the articles
-*sually kept in . cities. . He recommneds
strongly the Utero Abdominal 1iupportess in
iOkaof the old fash' 1issaries.. .He would
fmo call the attent' f thiespoblii il> the low
.7ics at which he.su l'esias 3edicines, 6f
the best quality. b-.
ppsotm Salts, 61 centspe'r ponnd.
.Alcohol 25-cenis a quart.
iFineit Cologpeat 50 ceits a qqart.
S ringes all srtes. I'.
Nursing Bottles i.ith Tubes..
Sal Eratus 10 cents'per pound.
Pearl Asi, same price.
Shaving Snap 5 cakes for 25 ents.
Cream or Tartar.25centsa' pound.
Rowarrd' Tonic Misture, for Agne. iwar
ranted th l'are, and every other. hrticle in the
line irsually kept, at, low rates for CASH !!
[fJ'Advice will be given'without any charge; by
R. S. Rof:VRTS,1where Medicines are purchase I
dt his store. to which he is every way com l,
having for several years practised M
and gained coniiderable esperience in all dis.
. Hardware, Cigars, Books and Stationery, at
Letter and Foolscap Paper, good quality, at
121 cents a qnre.
January28 3t I
LAN D RE T H'S
0i A R DK L % E L D S,
(DiRaKT FROM iBILADELPuIA,)
Each paper bears the label inIl warranty of
For sale at Edgefield Couit Hose. by'.
R S. ROBERTS.
07 Extract from the Report" of the "Visiting
Committee of the Pennsylvania Horticul
tural- Society;": unanimonsly adopted,
ordere-1 ti, be prinated.
- rtirs ev and Gar desie
iThese e - ive giounds are on.Federal
Streit. n rsenal, fitom wicih
Sfil ality have been Acattered over
!and mSay alwayI lie.4ejeiled
e Seed Establishmentt of thesi ior.
sts is one of the most exten'ive- it the
nioa and its reputntimn is well sustained Iroin
year to year. . .
-To m-bviate the chance of inirtie of the
farinat of the plants of the same flinily, they
have established another nuirery, at a-suitable
dimtance. so that degeneration cannot take
place, aia which secures to the purchrars "a
genuine article." Knowin: thus the age qual
itv and process 61 cultute. of every pinit; the
supply from their. grounds is recommended trith
*' smce the date of the ''Report" froim
which the above is extracted; their enftre e.
tablishment has bet nt greatly enlarged. The
collection of Canellias embraces all the finer
kinds, and consists-of iome thousands of .va.
rious sizes;.so likewise if Roses, rind other
lesirible plants, both tender and hardy-Fruit
Tre&t;etc. - oe. im
'h-un:GiRbENS salo ov
lcrisT and the wnfoe , a n ore
than half a centnry, under the su'cessi ve ,nan
Itrnement-of fatherand so'. the most promicent
il'Orders received by I. S. ROBERTS,
for Frnit and other Trees inud Shrobs of the
best kind. arid most heihby condition.
From whom catalogues may be obtain'ed,
January 28 3t I
'lLL be sold to the iiiglist bidder, at
ldpefiehl Court hlouse, on the first
M onday ini February next. n i credit of one
Ini twoj years. i tract of' Land, in good r.-;,nir.
lying on the Martintown Rond, twenty miles
above Hamtburg, cointaininag five hundred and
seveni acres, more or less. A Plat will lbe ex
hibi'd auade by Daniel White, D. S., on theu
temptiber, 182 for S . Scott. tunder
SBounded by land of John Rains
'Daniel Prescott S old fur a dhvision
ei bor, Henderson andtc S. C. Sc'itt
Ss. c. scoTTr.
4auar 21~ 2t 52
L es'otdU, the highest b'idder. at
.Edlgefiatld Court Ihouse, on the firs'
Monday in F'ebrniary -next, a vsilnabule Negro.
hv mune of PH1 ILLI P. on ai credit of t welve
aiionthas Sulhl as the property of Win. Brown.
The tiurchtaser wvillI be required io give note
and! approved accurity. WM- BROWN.
January21l 2t 52
tate of' Sonth (carblinn
EDG EFIE LD DISTRICT
F [-E Estate of Samuel Stalnalkcr, de
U. ened, being left der.'leet, I shall pao
eceto sell at tihrITe' residence of said decei.ts
sed. on Saturday the 7th d.iy of February next
allithe Peisonal Prouperty ufrsaid deceaisri. con.
sisting of Sto'ck. Household and Kitchien Fur
niture. some Cotton Corn and Fodder, on a
credit until the 1st day of October ner~t.
Purchasers will be reguited to give note and
two approved secnrities
JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
January 16 e3t 52
State of Soutra Carolina.
Stanifosd V. Mays arid Wife, )Simmons
A pplicants vs. Patsey Spikes "in
and others, Defendauits. ~I Partition.
fT appearing to mny satisfactions thait Patsey
LSpikes, Widow. Anita Spikses, wife of
William Spikes, and! Susan Skelloni, Defend
ants inthe abovet stated case, resides withiout
the limnits of this State. it is therefore ordered,
that they do aprpear and object to the division
or sale oif the real estate of John Gitty, de
ceased,oan or before the first aMonday in Feb.
rnary next, or thei'r consent to the samie will be
entered of record. iir IL :F.D
Nov.8 f Jit 42
JYORE iEW GOODS.
JUST received at the N Lw YOaK Cash
Store, a fresh assoramenat oif
FANCY DRY GOODS,
aonsisting of beautiful last clored-;Prmnts,
Giughams,.Mouslin de Lainesa, Alpaccas, & c.
agood assortinent of Hiomespinns, Ladies arid
G enitl6en's Fie Shoes. yery cheap. Also
astrar~ t ' - a, -Mo ~heap
f ,oas waint cod' &nr"i' . at..tbr
%ot ( Casd Store, ni ;t de;v 'a tu EI.
L res -
II e which consists of a
genera assormenlt, bakes this method of in
losamitg its friendsctustomers atnd. the public
generally, that he i thankful. for past % ii
and has come io the .concloulsi.inot to m
dersold. which carinot frilato ..ive satislactionsto
those who are glaqd tosee the first of. January
cune and have no .icasion to pay larg bls
Try oie year io buy altigether for ca4sh,
and you will see the differetce. -
Among other ditiles van be found
Calicoes aI 6 ceits, worth 8.
Do. 8 10.
Do. 11 13.
Do. 124 16. .
- A full assortment of sll kinds or Dogiestics
Ladies shioes fiom 50 cents up hiigher.
Children's shoes at 25 cents worth 75.
Negro Shoes from 62.j to $1 13.
A large anssortment of Ready Made Clotkinj.
cositng ol' PaIts. Single, Doub a Breasted.
itid Satis Vests, and Coats of all descriptions.
Geitlemets's Hats it $1 75 worth $225.
Colee aid Sugar III lb for t1. .
A general assortmentof Crockery Ware, &c.
Cups ana'Sitnders at 18 cens per set.
Carolinn :kidigiv. a good article, at 62kcenis,
worth $1 124.
Starch, a splendid article. at 124 ceit.-.
Coffee Mills, warranted. at 374. worth 75.,
- Cotton tGards, a good article, Lit 431. worth
stratued Lamp Oil at $1 1-4 wo'rih
FAT TH11i- IF YOU CAN
Just rece-ied, one hundred andfijiy Ib-t. UN
sorted Candies. .it 20 ceits per pouid.
Raisens. 124 cents per pound.
To ennmerate every article would be1oo te
'dious. - Call ott him, see the Goods. and sutisfy
youreelves that youwill find that the best bar
gainIllay be had it . OHNS
CheAp Cash storo..oppfstil Planter'i Hatel,
E. d; e 1 1-duatr .4i 5 1~
A LL Persons'indelbted to the Latates of Jas.
Hes ud Bartlett Beanldecensed, are re
quested to mnake-payneatfly !he: 10th of Feb
rnary next. as longefr indulgence cannot be
givet.' All permsos having any denfands
against said Ebtate.ure-"equested to preseirt
them according toaw. '
(JAMES BEAN. Ad'mr.
January 21 2 52
LL Persons indebted to the bsaee of1 11.
J. Kemp, deceased, are requested iii make
iimeniate payment, as longer indulge nce will
toot be given. -Tbose having deimiands agamsna
said Estate are requeted' to hand them iii.
HALNAII J. KE.l P, A ni x.
January2l 2t 52
.$j ( 1 A I T i~ !T!4
(151' on te I3th instati, within ihree nid
. I; ,es of Eigefield t.. 1H.,or b.
twe':.. use: l .ui tg Gronna anti Mr. larilow'i
,IlaIatioi, ant Account Bouok. ntii aing the
oiliowing Bank hills vaz: One $50 on the I.
chatnics ltank of ;nati, fhur $5 bills of 0outh
ai)liua. and $3 Lill on the City Cunsocil of
- stis, Ga., making $75. Also. the hllow
in, Notes-One fir $379 on W m. Walker, J.
uary last; one on the saume parties for $94 50;
one oi J D. Tibbetts, iiow due, for $173. .%-th
it credit isn it ir $72. Also. another note o1
J. D-1Tibbetts for.$24. -miyable 1st of January,
1847. Otne note- tin tChas. J Glover fir $19
in I86 cents. g vin by Mi. Busnelil, due March
next. .(ue other note on Wi. Blake, livimg
near Gresenwoud, (Or $194 68. Four differeilt
notes ott Mr. Jals. Mioore, of Abbeville C. It..
lu~r $121 68 cent., $40 of which is now du.
the otiers in March next Oise on I lezekiah
Biiwii-. livmiig within 6 miles oft Abbeville, C.
1.. fo: $100. which was due oi the 25th 11
Noveiier lat, with a credit ol $80 on it Uoe
receipt for $t30 wo.th of L unther fromi or. T.
Lake A receipt paid it %V ilker of Ilim
burg, for $40, to be sent tio .\r. Milliken til
Charleston. with several othler oupers, the
amiouint not kntown.
TIhe above Book was fuiii'd 5y me somne
years ago. and hats the ntpe ofil. WVilliamsni
writtens on the back and inside, tiid also Aised
A retsoinble reward will be paidr.for the re
covery of the Bunk ami conitenits to Dr. Wim.
Asnderson or Alfred Fortune, ivmsg-att .Dorg.
ville. Silverglade P. 0., Andersoin District.
TIhie putblic are hereby catitioned not tot tiade
fisr any of the tnotes, as thecir playinenit will be
Thie abuove Book and contents was the prop
ery of Dr win. Atnderson, if Atnderson Dis
January 16 5~2 - Is
SGENTL EM EN'S Cloths Cadet Cape,
b est qualsiy. at $1....
.- IBlauck and Blue Slonch fromn S to
. 8 1 25 easch Glazed (Caps 50 cents.
Oiled Silk. at $1. Extra do. $1 124 cents
H1c., Coinmons. $1 50. Fine Silk, $2 tn.$2
54ens.. Fintest Hoever withs.casea. $5i, wus
ranted equal to any in' the United States.
Finest Silk' h ts, at various prices. Clil
dreii's Caps. &c.. just opened anid for sale
vry cheap for Casih onl. Comne and try.
January 14 3t 51
A LL Persons who -tre indlehted to mue,
either by note or accounts previous to the
first tif Jannary. i846, are reqnested to payv
them immetidiately, or they will most certaimly
he placed its the hanids tif an officer for collec
wi h . D. TIBBETTS.
Ni. 11. I wihit to'le ierfectly understood
herefter, that whets I seH on at credit its only
until the end ofthte year, and all those who do
ot settle their acdon'nts- by that time will be
sued. :- J. D. T.
jan'~nry1-f Y ,51'
A~ 1 will de'.
aLL Persons indebited so the Saibei~riber
either by tne or .iccouint dne 1tst of Jams
:iry 1846, hitrd better cast andt settle before Re
ris. Day or they will hanve to pay cost sure,
Sr [ att e->mpelled to haive monecy.
C. H GOODMAN.
A T TUDRI E A 2' L A W',
Has'emoved h ' to the first doo'r on th~b
right, in ths ,of.Presley &
an's Brck .Ja2I ''t
AN Excelle#L ttst Vwit
OAPIL. For se by
Dec ~ tr
flTh flh ristida SAIPIUN B jWas
atnotknee hinh as a iddate Ior'he Ocee
o r~olleetor at t hk exdelection.
Rt . A. G. NICHi
informs her friends
a nd the public generally.
--hat she still continnes to
o all work in the 1911a
inery & Mantua
a fr Rakllng business.
Ttiankr for pa or- she solicits a con
tinuance of the sam residence opposite M r.
Gentge L. Penb's Dwelling Hohse.
AND N PRICES!!
AT BLAND & WRS OLD STAND.
T 1-1E Snbscri ' know opening a Go.
eral Sto W ..RE8H STAPLE tand
In the Sts he is selling Shirt.
ing from 6Y 1 00,
Prints' alicoes roni.tJ6 3ards foa $1.
Bro or Negro Shaes 'rIh 62 to $1 25.
G Sugar and offee $10 per 101) lhs.
Jn 'e Pancy (a line he isAlling Mo'us.
e Lane I'roan 24j; 75 cesitjpet yard.
-in and Ombr .SItaded .Cashneres De
Ee , froin 5ce F1 t $1 25 jir yari.
n or Faiicy ilks from $1 to $1 per
__- wishing ba sinswvill plee cal and
- R. C. FOWKE.
e d c. H. annary 14.tf 51
LL irson i a'in ltis against
E state l W1' Wilson, de.
ceased e ,t ydin rv of herry District,
yrieqnire to estabb theni before
mI ie. first elf 31 y next.'
- 2. A. JONES. C.E. I. D.
n 14 3n (So.. Ca.) 51
1 .4E ledicin i6 recommended and
biaditely b* the imost intelligent
iersies " be States, by numerous
Professop" its of Colleges. Phiysi.
cins of the r si dh'vya and of Hospitals
and nailiou a .mote tian five hilndred
Clergymen 1fit 0 lenoinations.
Theiy are ex y ulepared for family ie,
nead havre acquire'd u, muprecedented popular
iy tiroihoufth' nied States; and as they
are so adiairably a niated to preserve Health
and cure discas. fainily siuld ever be.with.
out thenm. The,' apiisetdfohese valuable
preparatiomn ree' idhis-edaiation-at one of
the beat Medical- likges in the United States,
and las had twen years expeience in an ex
tensive and ive d practice, by which he
has lad ampp' Iortumiines of nequiiing a
p daetinl knowl e. of diseases, and of the
remedieA best elm lated to remove then.
Nimes and - of Dr . .?ayuc'e Family
Javne's Expecto er bottle. $1 0
liniir To t 1 00
-' ALTEIn4 ', " i Pie
se er bottle. 1.00
Tonic\ 25 and 50 cts.
Carmif i, 25 and 50 ets.
S Saina ' box, 25
All lie abi,' ledicines are pre
pare donflyb'li I enveaitor and Sole
Proprietor- Na. 1 .Third St., Philadel
-hia.:Pa ..~wh -itation in recommend
Tii-:iiiiio t 1Imunit'y, preparations
worthy of their A Re confdence. and is fully
persuaded fron p. experience, that they wi I
be found eminen successful in removing
those disasesfori hich.they are severally re
For sale by ROfERT'. S'em.
Edgefield C. El. annary 14 3 5
1JIE late Me caaitile firm of BLAND &
.ILmLER was dissolved on the 1st inst.,
by r'ditial consen
Ta'those vlho ha e by their liberal patronage
nnd' proimt.iny -nt nided us in onar basi
ness,. fr six yea past. we return our most
henry aid cordia hanks, trustinag thaut the rt-.
a'ut ot our interco, rae lies been tu our mutual
It is now desirable and necessary that the
unsettled bansineis ~f the firm. he brought to a
speedy close-we ferefore noset- earnaesmtiy ne
quaest all those in bted uto as by juidiamin.
note or open are Iiitt to call and settle with
ont delay,iheaeby huvmng ams trouble amnd thean
.BLAND & BUTLER..
N. B. Then 6oo ~and nnintns of the late
M rs. Anin 0. Br 4k. for Millintery, are in tamy
hangs~1 for dollec T~. ~All -persons ruidebted
hlereon muust pay imediately.
. A W P. BUTLJli.
Edgefield Couart!H ouse. Jana 7 50 tf0
EDGEFIELD BEATr COMPANY.
9.A'T T ENTI0N.!!
PPEA R at yoaur usual Munster
AGrounid oan Satiurday the lItha
mFebrary, atJ12 o'clock, A. AM. pre-,
casehy for drill and inspe-cti 'n, prop
erly arngd anad 'quipped as the law
mand' said Comnpaiy will take place
- . onm the same day, tp fill ii vacancy oc
casioned by the resagtnatzun sof Capt. Meigs,
amid elmo for Ensign of said'.Company, occa
sinned by .the remigon~tion. oaf A.: Ramsey.
1loil opera from 12 M to 3 ociock. P. af .
~Managers.-Serzeanits. Ciab. A bby. and
Corporal DeLoach. By order of~
L EWIS)COVAR,Caist. Com'ng.
J.. Cous, o. s
~annaryJ4 e $
Ikoice F arma for Sale.
. H ET late mand well known
reeidqni of Major Aaron'
B sd consisting of
~j&udred Acres',i's now
off'ered at privt se, It is on one of the
prmucipal thaoroughfare~ in tihe State, joininag
tIme little villagejof Calhoun, and in six htundmed
yard's of tieAcadenig and a firgqe astdspacious
Church'.. The',jaris ire productive, anad its
buildings and' its. orchards, and conveniences
ofevery kind, ':ddadto its unsuirpassed repu.
tation for health. ad pcturesque beauty, haeve
aaa~ t the adintaytgon of every one.
Persons d.siroinsof purchaamg will address
or calluon either of the subscribers, and get a
We also off'er another tract of more than
Four Hundred Acres mf choice land adjoining.
0 R. BOYL ES, A'
J. T BROYE8. Ad's
Jan 14 4t (Baaner) 51
OIST on te 9th instahl - 1m following
Note.' whuch the pmublic are eautioned
gainast trading for. aoalgatrdtw'o
I1 - $740.-Twjo mnli ferdti eo
theu'r ib'rniity isa to pay S. S. Toins,
Con'ri Equity for Edgefield Diitit,
i , . rs :irffice or -bearer, the
d' . dfoiot dollaseith
i~ter&for> valtde received. This
5th difjf isk ; 1846:.
~(Signed):' H. BURT.
ALL persons indebted io tlie Estate of G.
J% J..Williamsse deceased, are hereby're
quircd-o make iminediate ppjinet, ad ail
having disy demands against said Esate are
regnested to present them duty itested to the,
subscribers within the tion prelcribed by law.
NATHAN BURTON. Jr.,
- PENLOPE 'VILLIAMS,..
Adwin'ator & Administratria of(G. J Williails.
Jan 4t 50
T 1IE undersigued respectully mrorOm Is
f riends and the public geunerilly, that ie
has removed his M El(CHANT TAILURINU
Ed'rTALSH LENT, to that part ol 0. L. &
E. Penu's Store. torn.erly occupied by J. D.
Tibbett's as a Boot and Shoe Store. Thauk.
ful for past favord, fie soficiis a bontiinuance of
N. S All those indebted to me either by
Note or Account are sequiested toi make im
inediate 'ay>nent. J. U
Jan 7 50 (f
Pleae Look.at This..
TRAYED Irom the Subscribyeps.Planta
tition, seven miles from Edgefield C. Il..
onl the 21th October last, two Wolik STEERtS,
one'of which has black AidesI frosty back anrI
white lace,-the other is white with red spots
about his head, neclk and shoulders Said
Steers areiarkei with a ori iii each ear,
an underbit in the left, and are. four or five
yeats old. Ay person who will take up raid
Steers and nottfy,the subscriber shal receive
a reasonable cumpensation for tlhe sarme.
JESSE M. COCBURN.
J nuary7 50 ' f
AN) LOT FOR iENT.
I' (HE urse and Lot in the Village of Edge
T hfield, known as the Methodist Parsonage,
will be rented the present year, on achommo
dating terms. Those wishing to rent Nill call
otn the subscriber. . E. PENN.
Jan 7 59 tr
Reg'afal Read quarters.
A COURT M ARTIAL is hereby ordered
to cotnvene at the Old Wells, on the th
of Febt uary ntest; to try delnle.rs in Militar
DutVy. Thel pid Colurt to consist of the f2
lowidg ofBcerq: ..
... Lieut. Col. Posq. President
captains Cogburn, Hightower. Haney, Ma
son and Sale.
Lients J Abney,Mays and Asbhl.
B. C. Yancey, Judge Advocate.
G D. MIM S, Col7tA Rg. S. C. X.
Jan 7 60 5t
LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Me
xes Harris, deceased, must pay up by the
15th February, if they wish tosave cost. T oss
havirig any dematle against said Estate will
present bib accordi g to law.
0. HARRIS, Executor
January 7 50 3t
A L Persons indebted to the Estate of Lew
iEellenG, Holloway. deceased. will maki
immediate payment.and those having any do
mand. against the Estate will present them ac
Uan.7 .60 . 2t..
W. H. ATKINSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,.
May be fond in his 0o'ce, opposite Compty's
Janiaiy 7 50
W. W. ADAMS,
ATTORNE AT LAW.
May be found in his bace, at Complys
Bold, at any hour.
Dec. 17 tf 47
BiCK ! B I(KN !!
y y of the best quality fresy
& ~YBnrnt BRICKS, whichi
the snbscribers ofier thme public on terms to
suit the times. Call~and see them. -
YOUNGBDOOD & BLEASE.
January 14 tf 51
. 'LPersons indebted to the suibscribers by
Note or Acepou most come forward and
ilpake payment by the first of January. ir they
wish to save cost.' A'fter.which,. all Notes and
4ccontu will be handed oier for colleetton,
withont distinction . .,
FRAZIER & ADbISON.
VIf E Subiscriher takes this method t'6 in
.5oirmn persons in debt to him, either6y
Note. or ope~n accounts, that niee .jheir tes
pective amounts nre paid by tha ,firt of Feb
ruary, 1846. hte will lie sunder thfeecessity of
puttung the same in the Es:nds di an offcer for
collection. Those who destre to save cost will
do well to heed this untGceR.Y.
Dedember $1 $ 40
A .LL Persons indebted to the Estate of
Sarah Mat~tin, deceased, are reques'ted
to take imme.diate paymnent,and alt havind
any demandsagainst the said Estate wvill hand
them inaccording to law.
- . J. F. M ARTIN, Executor.
Dec. 31 tf 49
SURCH ASERS at thme 8ale of the Negroes
recovered front the Estate ol John Elam,
eceased, at the suit ,of A. M. Terry, dee'ed,
a re' requested to make piaymnent, and persons
having demands willtpreseat them according to
De 31 5. TERRY, Execuitor.
Dc3 tf 49
To the ltndep'erdent Voters of
Edgelh I4 Disift !
*1eelloto Citinens .-Contrary to the ad.
vee add wishes of tiv frtends. i oiler mye
self as a Candidate for the offee or Taex
Collectni', arid soliest your sufl'rages. If
elected'..whiieh I do not expect to bei rill
disbarg'e the dulies of the offce tot he beat
of my abilities. .
JO HNI 1oCO LLOUfl
September! 1 . 3
f itus f ifdrhi
cias w mi. directed, I.illprpee
to sili it Edgelield Court House, an"-)
irst Monday aW Tuesday jY e Y
next, the following properly in
ing named cases. -.
'The Bank of Hamburg, S. C.,,vOl
ivir Simpson; Geurga Parrot and, offter
Plaintiffs, severally, vs. the same, 0lot,ol
land in the towpi.of Hamburg, and kown.
as the Presbyterian Qhurch,.lot,..isttll
lying on Cook street, 150 feet p.said
Cook street, and running back. 150 pt
making a square of 150 feet, bounmdd bvr
said Cook street in front, lot No 153ion
lie rear. and by lots No. 152 ajd 154.
John Hill, Ordinary. (for the n'e of Pea
ter rsnith) and others, 'vs. .illege 4-a
phin, Mathibias Ardis d Dawson Atiin
*on, a tract of land coiitatuog ne thoU
sand acres nore or less, adjoining landa
of Samuel Claile, Richard Hankinsfiij
and others, in Deach Island, levied upjo -
es the property df the Defenidaat Mdi
David Richardson,. and .h.er, vs. Di.N
vid Little, the tract of land where tle Ie
ieradant lives, coutainaing Three E4undred.
and Twenty. nine, acres, 'uae or less, ad-'
joining lands -f John Mobley, Mien Lit
tie and others. Also four. negra slsves;
to wit.' Nan'cy, Dublin, Anrew ant Fran
Tir 1..Niebolls, Adm'r. i. Albert Cor -
net. the tract of land %%-here the liefendint
lives, lying on Steyeqs'. grek, n. ar the
Ronge Sh.als, cOnLairing Two Hundred
acres, mere, or less. adjaiuing lanis of
Win. Robertson and others.
Willifth .Woodbery, I.ndoisee, and
others, #i. Rudol lph Uaiter atad Elizahetb
Carter, the tric of land wVhbre the Di
fendant, Elizaheti Carter, lives; adjoining
lands of John Wise and others.
Allen & Snyley, vs, Bryan Dean5
John S. Smyley Ex'ur, vs. the same; J
S. & Wml. S. Sdtyley, Qearers, vs. the
same and John Adami, the tract of' land
where the Defendant. lives, contasning
Nine Hundred .aid. Seientyddi-e.acres,
mtore or less, adjoining lands of Beja'mtd
Seve:tt; Roi..rt BWyan and others.'
. Jo~hiAmalker, .vs.M. L. Gearty ing
C. J. iver; ih tract of land-whereon
the Defendant, Gearty, lives, on which
there is a tanyard, containing Twent
two. and a half #cres. anjoining landefr
F. O'Coudelr and oihes.
Jonatha'n. Co6rtnqey vi ianiel Coot
atid John P. Blewer, the interest of-the
Defendant Blewerj, to.the ,trct of'land
whereon, re.i tucy .Jones now lives,o :
taining One 1lundred and Fiftyraerds Z
more or less,; adjpining lands of'Eldifd 4 41
Mlobley, Benjamin CG lern' and others.'
Perry V tozier, vs..Sampson bnff
a tract of land '.containifng Three a
e i is a Grist and
Mii lqsx Cw[Ig$UJ adpnn ~d
of Nathen. iley Terms of-s5 e cash
, 10 ULWkR, D k
3an.9 itepv:i~. -s
V 4_B Y 6 "ri O 14i o11ti* '.
0,46s 4&ire hireced, I will p"ti"""C"
sell at Lt~deflaCouis Hinse,'on the. st ;
Mondaj and 'juesfag in Febibaefe ti
the followig rojierty 1a ilie followi
John Bill;'Oriunary, for the &se o -
Beoj. J. Ryan,. vs- Mhitha Doby, Lwis
Curry and Simqon Dinkins. e tract of
land dutatnig One Hundred add - Tein
acres, note ol' less, adjoining, fands of
John Dob. Joel Roper and E.. D'ohy,
levied uion as the property or the De
J. S. & jD.. C. Smyley; s, ila
Alleni. the trait of land wheie dipe defen
diant livei, bonisining Forty acres.. more
oar less,' aidjoining of land of John Toaip
kins. rConrod Lowrey and others.
O. D~. Mariin, for James Sheppaid and
others, ,s Andretw Ramsey. the lot of'
lano itt thre village of Potteravilre.where
the defendant lives, containing 0n4; acre,
mrore or less, adjoining lands of Robert
Lofton aid others, -
Penn, ltodgers & Co.. for Pend & Brsn-'
non, vs. Wiliam A. Adatms, and Mary
G. Adams ; William B. Dorui an'd others..
severally. vs. the same ;~ five neguro slaves,.
vizi Amos, Aleck, George,John and Sam,.
levied on as the property of sri~e Defen
Obadiah Boaz for atiother.' vs. George
W. Jones, one Buggy. ..
Bland & Butler, Bearers. vs. Hugh A.
Nixomn, Benjamin W. httis., Endorse.e
and others, vs. the satm'e, the foliowing
negro slaves, viz: Tromn Ainos, Little
Molsey, Little Tom, A'taelias nid Fortner.
Terms of sale e~ashi . .,
HI. BOUI4WA RE, $. E.D
Jan. 12 1846 4te 51
SHFRIFF 8A LES.
B3Y virtue of sundry wriis of Fieri Fa
.istome directed, Iwill proceed t
sell at Edgelield. pourt Houitse on the first
Monday and Tuesda?5 in February neixt,
the following property, in the following
named cases. -
Hiram Roberts, Trustee of Mary Rob.
erts. vs. Rcbert MlcCollough ; James Rob
ertson & Dopglas Robertson, vs. the same;
Jonhn Amaker, vs. the same, .Jenneti
Wallace & Robert Wallace, Ez'ors, anuL,
others, vs. ,uhe same. This tract of lati.i
where the tdefendant lives, containing "
acres, mere or less, adjoining lanht.oyi
Washington Wise, Moses Sweasengin,T
Joel Roper, and others. Also the fIgloF' '
ing niegro slaves, to wvit: .3sidiafi
child Rtobert, Viney, 'kitter, ~Seraby.3
J.ndge,. Clarisa and her. elad.~1
Jane.. Leah, Milley, Dongaiss a F1.~
ha, Nancy and her childClrii
Martl:a, E phraim,Tomdoe~Ad r
Also ten head of hiorsa.iv sa'ma b
above properly will be sold on..etei '
-coset f hepartiuessise~u. e
made known on ebe day of sale.~
~Jan. 91846 ~ * '~.~IK~