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A Cure for sEpuepuic rits.-Take tile
root of einfrey. sass4alra!. Is,, rdork. Mec
-ampaue-.at4horse; radish, of cart a- bh1
landful,landUhitops and buds of lnoe".
touid ind .asbrry, each one hanful: pms
thesoigredients into a new earthen p-1
wlaich hold -ailurns, fill it:wth Aftr
wafer audjet ifsimmer over hit ashes for
eight iours: straiti 'the decoetion and put
it id liottles foi. tse: dose for an Udul, -3
aill.isur-imtes a day fur a week before both
the full and change-of the moon. To my
-Cert ain know'ledge, this- preparation has
.4aenttried-ud -proved effectual, in a very
- -respectable faily in the country, ihen
.all other ineans iadla.iled.-Henry.
No Excuse for a Bald Head.
follo in mmainoication from the
Rev Professor Eaton of Hamilton
Colle, ~NiY..n addition to hundreds of oth'
era equally respectable should remove the
dblits eFeefy reasoiable person of the uim
fogi Singiruiar efficacy 'of Javi's c Hair
Bamilton, Febh 15th. 1840.
L - Dk4 rNE.--Dear Sir :-I canot say
4imI~widsfestored, but I can say that it ap.
p AWr itr as'a pid a-process of restoration
as-.could 'easonably be expected. I had not
fimsediiefirit bottle, before a decided change
was ianifes over the bald part of the head to
whfiW iwas-iplied. A new growth of fine
.glostfhair,~nuch like that of .in intant s ap
pdaiedand has continued to increase, and I
have-had it cui.two or three times. I hav
xecetj .ommenced upon the third bottle,
,buiavebees a 'gdud deal irregulfir in the use
-of-thb"Tinic" from' the first, and from this
,caudfaippreendthat the effect is at present
less thaii iaothewise. would have been.
-b "gntie uie of the Tonic with little or
-ofaith1 'it- would ever he successfi on
*MYJ0aya t1iugb 1 felt entire confidence in
yourtt eiarisents of what it had done to others,
andfves-as; much surprised as delighted.
when Isaivthe effect. You recollect the ap
pearaneo-of my head -when in your office.
Iasure jou my hair has been nearly. if not
.quite, an inch longer the times I have had it
cut, on those parts which were nearly destitute
af any, when you saw me. -It was, however.
very fine though quite thick. I am fnushed
with 'saugause hope of final sucess in the ei
-igenss nse u'nyourTonic, wnich (a,..idst aH the
hairnUoiug which beve been advertised
in the papers.) I am codsrtraiied to behelve is
what it claims to be. and that it will nakc their
hair grow and u mistake. dt least 6n some
heads.:- GEt. W. EATON.
.Prugeor in the Hamilton Literary and Theo
r sale by S. .ROBERTS.
Febzuar'. 3 2.
H auuno, January 20.
Co.te.-The axiour.sly looked for aindl long
delayed accounts by the Steamel Hibernia. ar
rived-at this place:last night; and we take the
earliest -opportunity to -lay them beforb- otir
ptrpnMitleshafe of. au et epa. It will- be
se-ethat leCoLostiman. i Liverpool had
aduatiieda fiaction; whilst ie political inews
ieaer di fiighset'imprtaheep The- Snull ad
vauce..in cokonl- huwever hies -not had.the
on the contrary the tendeuetof pricrs to-daly
We retain the quotations -given our reg
lar in;. vi; Or.dinnry it) middling, 5. a 6
.fiddlin; fair,61aG .3 Goxsd far,Vi a 7
Itbecomeunour painful .qffice to. iecnrd the
-deyth dIne of th'e worthiest and most resrec
iable'CitieTens of this District. M4gor.Jous MD
iCTO- r tit hisrditdence on the 18th of Januasry
sin t-e stityifth -year of his age leaving
a wido'w a nd a ..snily ofichildren to lanment
?theiriffiotiveherelvveient. In early.lile. the
de'sdl aiatifested ataste for a nautical life.
and was for several1 ears actively engaged in
the exciting a'nd- *rdousbsngs'of sensmlan,
hut having fo'rn a .matrio:onml connection
withat highi respectabll'htdy.: ofr this District.
lhe aibaudon? th 'sa, and adopted ihe nosre
auiseirdi'f agriculture. ile set tled' near
the.Sanaifh giver. where he contitined to
followrtheIvtoctiori of a planter to tho dlay of
W his death. with as nmuch suiccess as falls to the
- his-lamtentedgntleman ivas di sting nished
-by the msses-.sio niondii aund ment:ml atrn.
baqas-~uch 42pe ~.be ordin-' y class of lmen.
:''iiose vere dhtvai sredeved st such oss
fosrtUn $Ltlies as to comindn fo'r Isis Opimnisl
an ifiueanceand authsraty~ which is rarely con
cede&toitny citizen. .1-e poiss'esed ac vi;;oros
--- -afisdrmin tigt).igent tfnd p- -wczs
oailieinthe inove ..igation f slttrob. wich
rarely.(aieil-te conidusct himo to sale mund jum-c
cOiiclusionk-.j .sThese . highs fiahzties of' numi
snatuenl '~tfiimandy~d thie rL~eLet aned confi
dencdifas eighbotsrainonga whom Ihe en
jydtieviaale haratcter for, great in zecrity
riei iihis moeral and social quiahl
ties whi Viiot issa happity constituted Its
disposition hiav-as. .generouis and benuevolenlt,
atid in his delirmintiboni hixed gutd unwaver
isig. -kis-princilestol1i01li nwere toes uptr t;;h
to meditatetheCifiction of inijuiry or mtju~ti(ce
upon others,anld too undhaken and elevated
tosubmittgiv!ine at the haiids of ansy tman.
His minners weere-codrtends atnd dfigmtied. aiid
although a little reser ed uipoin a first accqu.ein
tace*,et tibra friends and nieigihbre iie was
frank andifiacble. No tita was mnore smscere
in his friendaisp,tr iuor' open tend smumy in
his opppsadon. -His intelhgenece aninset
charafar openi pointed .him out to his tellow
-eitizeka aagenttlernan. well analitied tes terv-e
them a-1aton's of hotnor and trust, anid lor am
shortperiod, he was p revalled up~on te. se-mv. in
the-ttfe Lejislature, but modestly di~ietrnang
tiisifte fdr 41ni-station; le voluntarily wit s
drew ht. kaiue fuinsthe canvass. pr-elermes te
occupy the posiierof a i sivate genitlemant
among hisneighaers- :s tlis .capacity tie dis
-chargednis duties -with oxemptary tidelity.
dispensinghappinss to all aro'uwsd lamu, its me
variousrelatious of humsbanmd, facther, miaster and
Altbopghbha.;has beeui'removed frotm the
responsibijeduiesuI'thiSlife, lhe was tnot sum
mnonedeft the latsidestiflatiop-tof uatn belose lie
had sotighuirejstoraon ottith God through this
mediation of acrucfied Saviotur, and prep:sred
by careful'tanirjg asd' example ~a family of
-childreu tooctipy hsis plzia and partake Ihis
Died at his residence in Edgefield Dis-riet.
on the 7t'Jdiarv, b4Anzs Wtarcar.Jr.,
about thirtfi fxea'rs old ., 'i e deceased-hadl
beinab&ictaiid and orderly msember of thme
Nethodsalisrchorseveral yeasrs7 He has
lef tu a ig.fmlyasl a - large circle ,of
- relati reide..dfoonimorn- his -premature
death dBut thiey have-:: thohssoao of be
1ieving he iuasientered'.iintitti resct that re
snains'th iieopleof'Gud -
y~ft Mi: I ecaiidr Misseit a yfro~m
Toxas, 'evill preachs by fia nso at
-Antioch, on the 4th Iord's D~ayit : ~ uthi
( FebrUag') $* $$
,,,hcaTam on 4husday#jHie D~&
Thiapson's Patenst Trusses.
IN (1.EI, d, table and tuizt.oti..-s RVPTVRl
ks TaI.n.ss. A liuge ussortient on haid
:and fihr sale chacp by R. -. ROBERTS.
Lddgefield C- H . Februmiv 4 t1 2
B t:SWAX AN FE ITHEIt
W a n te d!
W .,L hi uiken in exchange for Goods, a
the Snbscribeirs $iore, at fair marke
val tie. atid the Goods will be given it exclang
at the luiecst cash prices.
R. S. RO1BERTS
Edgefield C. H.. February 4 If 1
Cro ki-r" Wi'are.
C UPS AND SAUCEIS, ait 16cts a set
and all othcr arliclcs in proportion.
For sale by . R. 6 ROBERTS.
lEdgerfield C 1. Febru.ary4 it 2
LOST OR .1IIVhLqI1).
, Note of hand given by Col. G Cheat
amn to Jamiet obertson. and eidorsed by
J. Raobertson to the sn'>s"criber All pierson..
are hereby cautioniod hr1m tradineg for the
Same. I. D. ELDER.
February 4 2
T the Meedtig of the Cominissiones for
itFiee Schoouls ter Edg-efield Disteier, held
thisday. the following resohition was Hdpted:
Resolrcd. Tht: the Board will only pity lor
the first and secoid elasse.
Chairman Cow. of Free Schools.
February 4 2t
TI'ax Notice-No 1.
I will attend at the times and places hereal.
ter s'ecified, to collect the Getneral, Puer,
aid Road Tax for the year la5, ais Iulows.
At Griffin's on Monday Wth Feb. instant
Hwards on Tuesday 17th
Vatice's on Wednesday 18tie
Maj. Middletonts son Tiursday 19th
Park's Ion Fridty 20th
Libert) ili on Sattrday 2lst
Moores on Tiesday 2th
" I. CuLbreath's sen W'edneduav 25th "
Perty's X lnjds onpi Tiurday 26th
Lotns on Friday 27th
i1ottt eWIlling on uautrday 26ti1
Allen's .1n Monday 2nd Alarcb.
Ridge n riesaity 3rd
Kreppxs on Wednesd'y 4th
" ltatcher-s Petd toss Thurelay 5th
Powel Ione Isis Fridty 6h d
B 3ach 1-lanc on Saturday 7th
"luamburg on .\londay the 9th A
Geigets ont Tuesduy 'eI. 10th
"oeper's S. LI.Wednesda * v 11th
Edgg. Court flouse Thur:!sday 12th "
Seityle'y'son Friday 13th
" Riceardsun's on Sa-iirday 14th
N. B. i will in may tsecoid rute attend seve
ral places omitted in the fust. aid omteit several
attended to a' the pteosent trip.
JOHN N(QUATT1.ElB 1, T' E, D.
February 4 31 .2
FRO(TlluN 0N...e-. -
T KESiNG & 'o would infort
T the public. that from their long,
pralir-, i Europe hey at e enabled te
Reno,'nic uen letinc's elotbe- on a plan
differeit to any ever yet tried in the Uid
ted States. This new system has been
adopted anid highly approved of' in Lon
Ilon and Pari. Cloas, Over Frock nd
Dres-; Coii. Patnts Vests, &c(., &c.. that
are faded, ,odld and tiread wort, are
broughtx t, their oriainal color and beauty.
as when new, without ripping theit.
Paint, tar and stains of* e('ry desd:-iption.
t xtracted from the samte. Gtarmteis ihat
are tattered. when re'paired. will l.affle
observation ; in fact. from their pteeliar
style ot workmanship. those garnEants
that appear n orthles are rendered valia
btlc-all articies fitished nid pre-ssed as
wen ' nte.~ Samptles cani he ,eetn at thte
oetlct, stie dotor northt of G. L. a E Penn's
store. The' puhhei will please take nlotice
hut if wye die nol do as we aeree, we' for
feit the price of tall thi' articles that we
under'take. Theese wi--in to give us
wo~ rk atill please catll soson. ats we initendt
lto leave is ph ee in a short timte.
F'eeitary 4 2t
OX A NF~w ttn~1-cR.A't.c PAPe R :
The No'n!u'rsti JOttratal,
To la ,mblishe~d in Ta~llaha~ssee. FI.iida.
H i. ettderisigntedl preopores to e'stablishi in
I tihe lt' itt' Tnnhaiee. a 'u eeckly. N ews.
papieet. t bte'*titted -The Yiantkern JTourna."
to be devcte] t. Pethtic-. Letertattere. AXgitn.
toei. the cattse of Temperance, and Morality
getiprisliys the "Southerni Jounremxl"' will at
tach itself' to-the sonthern sci thiont, antd setstsin
those pinmci p-s whiche ametong Sothern Dem-.
ocrats tire knownv as the State Righets Doc
It will cotendil for ai strict construtctionu cif
the Cotnstituttitin of the Untite'd States~ t elievintg
thet the' Fe'deral Govetrnme itt wast the *-rsut
of' a comptelet w een se'parate~ and inadepren
denit stat's and that every powver not expressiv
rtted, was reserved io the States, sverllj
Th at the t'xtrcie oel :my powe'r not ex pressiy
granitie t the pat cf' theO Feifh-rnl Govere
metntt - ani neuirpiation. indh shuceld bte c'hec'kedl.
Thi.. --::ith ernI Jieirntaf"'ill -ontend fotr
the d,,-trinc thate the Federal Gevernett
-iidt' takl et lotmoneyV frecm the people ref the
State<. texceplt by the 'x press Cranet tender the
aehotl o elicit terms t thte Conetstit~ti.
It nili conitiendi thit tnt Tl'iffli shouttldee ima
posi'd, exce pt for tf-e i urpote of' Riecuite, aned
tee deflr.v 'hie tiecessairy expenstes sif ani co
niotmintat admtinistraition elf Gov'.ernmllent.
It witltttepost the apprprl'iaitiont cf the pro
cts eds of' the sales of' the publteic lands to the
The i-e ate someofthea letndintg topies whiwh
wilt engage the attentint of' te "Soihernu
int rsIetioni tot the locail affairs of thec State.
tt' Jottral wil be D~emoctraitie, andi itnpport
the p olicy of thet Demscraitc Patrty. Wieth the
striCe aned :the heitterniess of'g a by gone di-y.
it will have as little tee do ais the nuseri' itt its
positien welli permiet. 'Thisse qutioitns wh fich
fhave itt titaos past divided thet peebtic minid,
whichi have bteen disentssed andoi settled-a ticht
arOe otogetr praic~cal quiestioiis. tind which
cani have nle we'ight te praiciieal Staitteimenl str
etlightene'd peopile. it wiilf permt to pass uin
regatrded, un ess imperieU..ly f orced tapona its
The "$6iitthen Journal" vel be pohlishoud
very'TNesd-ay, aid' furenishiedth subscribers
atre d ollars per 'annutm, payale invaariably
*iraiddvance.. The updeirsigneed has alsao muadi
araigfolet 'Ioseirethlassiaein 'the
16 fibri du e untinwt
Df)BY. Esq..ns a citdgilat fir il Le
-ialtire at d entsnitil election .
Februil 4 if 2
Drug and General Store
R. N. ROBE R T i,
t.FFFi.-S lor sale, %% ell selected assortment
Sif' GENUINE* DRUGS8 and CHEMi1
CA L8, Patem Medicines, Trusses. Bandages,
Bmuies. Catheters. &c, and -ill the articles
usually kept in cities. He recommends
strongly the Uero Abdominal Supporters it
lieu to the tld liinniited Pessaries. i- would
also call the attelion of the public to the Ioto
rcsat winc he siplie is hia Medi!ines, o
the best quality
Epsim Salts, 04 cents per piund.
Alcohil 25 cents a quart.
Finest Colo-gine i 50 cents a qLart.
Syringe. nil sizes.
Nirsi ng Itaittles n ith Tubes.
Sul Erntus W0 cents per pound.
Pearl Ash, suinie price.
Shaving Stint 6 cakes for 25 cents.
Creinu of Tartar 25 cents a pound.
Copperas, 5 cets per lb.
Opudeldoc, 10 cents per bottle.
Rowanid's Tonic Mxutre, for Ague, war
ranted toi cure. and every other ,artic'le ill the
line nsunnly kept. at low rates Air (asu !
(ITAdeire trill be airen teithout any charge. by
R. S. iOB:BRTs. iherc Medicines are purchase I
at his store. to which he is cury lpay comapetent,
having for several years practised Madirine,
and gained considcrable e-.perience tu all dis-..
H ardware, Cigars. Books and Stationery, at
Letter and Foolscap Paper, good -quality. at
124 rents a qn.re.
Gentlemiaetn's Silk flats, $1 50 each, worth
$2 50. .
Genatdemen's Fut.Hait, $1 37j. worth $2
GentlPmern's Dressing Gowis fron $4 50
to 5 nach. No Gentlemoai ought to be with
out one, who studies his comfart.
January 28 1
T I E ttdrsigiied propo-sw to open th1Old
T Esitblishnesit. kiwia as Duntonsifie,Tor '
he eotertainilient of Trave llers, where by strict I
attention to comfort- &rc.. she hopes to mterie
the patronage fl the travellitge ottnnuity.
SYLVESTA DUNTON. '
January 28 t . it
7j i. i tt sicribers respectfully infloriuthiti
old friends aind eustomers. and the.pnh
lit generally. that they have amstaciated thetn.-1
selves together tor the purpose. of ransactingth
illincry & Mantuanaklug Bu- 0
siuess. it .ll its vatrimaaa trancihes. and It
taken the Store next dodr-to R. r. 'Fw
oi hAtd ai renern! assartiment of Uooos suited
totheirtrade. aid make all articles itt their liii a
of business in accordance with the latest and
most approved Fasmions. Thankffel for i e
libeial patronage wiehi has heretofortie been
extended to them. they hope to tuerit its con
E. M A ARD. ti
H. E. BRoW
N B.-LF.GIORN and STRAW BON I'
NETS pt infashionablc shape. md cleated a
Iy nn etirely cir Process. superior toaiy they 0
hauve heretofore iteed
. Orders from the country will meet with
January 28 3t 1
Pay Up! Pay UP !b
LL ltsie idebted it) ite individnally, and
. to fhe firm of \leig- & Colgan. are nao
liieid that ifthM saie is not .ottled or the ae
cesary atrranlgemtents tiiide bythe 10th o
Febrarli ex ha terwl he~ handeid out
lihr collectioni without ?eserve- r
Ja-antary'28 2t * j t
T'o all !nterested1 !
FOR 1IARI'll COUIIT,
Sut11irday theC 14th F'eb. '46.
BLAND & IW1TLF.R
,Jcn 2Q . 2t 1
.Final Noti ce ! !
L L Prietons indehabtied to) 8. F. r iocde
indiividutally,.or tot Gititie & l.~ ou p rd-1
viiins to, the first iof Jaintary. 1845. nire riegnes I f
ed to come and pay-tt biifar,- ilue 7.th of' leb.
rmary. as loinger indunlgentce n~ ill niot he given[
8 I'. G0t)[DE.
Jianuary 28 , 2t I -
An impoan~t dette.h
PLE.ASE RI.AD IT'!
lIE fillowing lettier from Ifr. Oriahami. t
iof Lowell. ~I ass , but sp~eaks the tinifarmi a
lane unge tifhnndreeds of other Physician... who 1
have it'ied.unatd there-fur. knew how to apprie tI
clate Jaytne' Expecrnranit. It
ILotdl. Mass. Jan. 17. 1844 e
Dr. David Javnte:
Dealr Sir-I hamve used your Miediciie. (sit g
universally knoiwti by the namie of Jaynet's Ex
pectorantt.) ing pr.taactice. fae a naumber~ of b
y ears anid eib most truly saly. tit I htave beeni
more successfult in the use tef shar1 a a mtild,
safe atnd thorough lixptetrant. thatn tif any
which I have over us.-d. It us the best fir thte .
failoliwintg iobvious5 re-asonts It dotesi not if
give it in propeir doues. occasioni a disagreeablr
natnsen. It idoes tnot westkten tihe inntes and
prostraite lthe systemt. like mnott oilier Exiecto
tatl itt commoinil use, nor does it abate the iny
unetite, like other nauissatinmg mredicintes, whielb
hiavie been ti edl by the l'iciihIy. 1In a word it t
is Itenrly or quite the thinag which'l hans been
sougtht for by- many oif the fatcukiy tor nys gone.
by. I remaini. youts. & .
LuTeein 13RtGIant. M. D.
For sale by h
R S. ROrn'RTS ,Agenat
Januatry28 .3t 1
As I will do.
*LL Pieonis iindetetdi iii the Snbscriber
Seither by nlote or atccotunt d~ne I st ot Jn
.ry 1846, hatt better call and settle tbefore Re
'grnt Day or they will.Ihave toi pay chst -sur
f r Ia ninmpelledito have money.
C.l H OOt1ulAN.
J[anniirv 14 tf 51
Miy.be fotui nN hi. Oippuisg. o 5
11t'l. ~ -
.fahiuarv '/ . 50 ~
EXT T ''ER POST
The new ngeflnt of the Sessions i
the Circuit is. making it nerce'.sary it
postpone the 'ion of the Extra term of tht
Con1e1rt of C -4,n Pleas for Edgefield Dis
tric.t. and th t aillowitng two weeks for the
Session of Court at Ed-efield ii Milch
IV A -tte~~ ~iceeee . 111t J l . iht
2nd wc' . Term. it is ordered that the
Extra Co .dered t> le held cm the di
Monday in Y ary, be postptmned un11till li
2nd Ilond March next .and that the Jit
rors drat sumtined for -tho said Term
do attend ni d Mioidav it March, in
stend of ollniidcy in Februnry.
J N BELTON O'RE.\LL.
T HP-ud'i'lsigned have forned a pa
. ierhip n the lractice of Law miln
Equity fli E< field. Ohre or the oti'er
will attend -Ile 'ourts of Abhcville, 13;rn
well anti Ne Vlerry.
Ofai.E" 0feld C. 11.
N L. GRIFFIN.
.t. L BONIIAN.
Jan.27184 if. 1
Fort - be .Vegr;-es
FAR SA L E
SA Afent frirtie Presuieleint ai Directors
of the B'an1 of the Si: t l of oiutl. Car,)
naIl-wVill expiohii it) lic wile s ie ct EdigeielI
anri flone oc .Isday. the leth day of Feb
o fureclose a mitrtgnge of. said Negres. e-.
Wted to4be said lank. by John Bueskett. Win.
L Wightinan ail: Atent nVightmarue Ther' snill
qearespe in -thepossessiont of Williamn J.
rvightmtti, whefs those who desire it, Wuay see
Tidims of sale will lie onec-fourth of the
nurchaseoovoneyn 'tcash. aced the balanice se
tiredby noles ol-ond with approved sureties.
laydble on the 1at of January, 1047, bearing
nterc'st'frmn the le.
PtAr6iaeeis"to p y for the rcesry pipers,
nd the propeerty !ot tip he delivered untel the
ec nis of sale are 'pmpuiid w ith.
The naies f te Nem'rues are a&s fillows,
:z: Ca:e. Rebeca; forris. Prissy. Vywit.
rab-, Albert. DO y. Adeline, Nelseo, \i-ii,
meline. Lewis, , jose.-, .ckion, Claiiorne,
-.Ton. Ellisone eleniBety White,.hoeby,
leisey, Nizzy. ,-Ih, aiile ( Isborne, \largaret,
'idd,pSarah. Gil .A Moody. larry,--0ckey.
e igorge Billy.4 ly. 1'ffiat Nelly. Peggy,
0y. Kate. Vct 2.n Henirf Stiepi.en Fany.
lritton. Edli. J in. Juhn. jr.. ned (lifiney.
81 .ON VI liti EIl. Ageet.
-.L'The~ Rtpu ni otad Jeurnal Hambire
ill copy twice, dd forward tiheir accounts
J:mnary 2S 2 I
'a tile Pad u c. n1 qd waaers
OfGripl - d S:aw Rills!
N VING pi d. ol' W. T. \lo're, who
'INthe owne .tifi,.4ate u i Scttth Caro.
ne.of>:HOCH VERTIC.AL, RE C
'tON WHE E Saw and Grist. lill. 5nd
ther Machinery h'llavingestiedi theta fully
our SatieA64 d tdhe-, tisfhei o' li
listrict, hivc w Iave purchased to tht.pub
L, with the Wbi it- recopcnendations and
tvantages : -
lat. The simpi itr of their construction.
2nd. Their d bility and pone of enoving
3rd They req tire one-third las W:ter, and
-ill do dcnbh. is much execution ice the <aine
me as an3 otheised in the South.i
4th. Bitck wn does ecl etfect the se
meg athere is a lepail of water above diem.
the action of the fwater is oni the inner side
r the wheels.
(COTHRAN & ROPFP
P. S. Mn. Ilor who is the owner if one
aif of the' right I( tie District. is a practical
lechunic. and Ii up a good ut::nv liUs.
lis services can ie had at any time.hfy- di
!ctingf to Vinter 'eat. S C.
",I do certify th, I assisted i1r Rtoff in 1put
tig Mr. Job Coti an's Sn lill in operatioii
riih the Vertical il s' Wheels. It nu-es mnucch
.33S water than theen fentrer wheel Miuch mocre
eraible anda very-iery itiple. It nieed.c eo
tve jiest seeni a te'rt of it write. bck water
le w heels wece cove'red, aeei I diii cent ee
ny difference. ini i~s rcnieng. I hacvec beet.
rcyloiyed ats ai Mit 1 Wrighet for e n berhc of:
ars'. ccndt it sirripasses 'te ithi a I hiave et ier
in cited. T HOn JtllNS.ON.
T ii o cr Ritinannyr fricm ri'e
delisb'r'sre Pla'cteeioni. ee'at'
.sile, rinigton. .A. C.. onth
lato Januatery in~t., cmy slave BILL~.
Iii' is c Mltto. betweeni forty five
/ cad fifty .years of'cagei, abecut six ie't
heigh l::et.mdd well iereepcrliconed int
ze. I e has a heidi ipptecrance wite a highe
reheadl. ead a litt>C graiy h eaded;'r hie'ntstelly
'ears whiiskiersi, which writhi his beirdl is blai k.
cet Anianst lhe was bit ccl the calf eel onme ofi
is legs (tiihe l.thiak).that left ca sear, whlichi
mies very plain.
The acheve rewurd of $UO0 will lee giv'en for
is aeppre henesione anid sufe delivery to cee. with
eceof to coneviit cany -w hite pe'tsonts of ctecalicng
r hbrinig him. -1 will ?ive mtwenty five if
,e-n within thisa dttcecn setely Icetgedi h:
ecte jail sif the samce, or I will give fifty if
kene ccnt oef chij State citd senred iin jail.sto
ait I ge't lien. .It teiay be thatc said 1ollow ccii
toe eirncisceed wide free paperc, iin wichl
ese. ifccpprehceided. I wish cell paepers fitund
ii im spoiihd Ite takea care of, sec that I cani
ii possetssionf of tocm.
Any inforimaltin r3espectineg said fellow will
adecress - EADOR N JONES.
'eesvcie. Lexiingtnn, S. C.
'rie Meenniraineer~, Greenevilie. will copy
vice. iced .forwciVrdlacountt to this ul11oe0.
Jauary 2$ tf 1
SLL Perionus hiepn -tre indebtced to tne,
~. eih,-r by intfor aceouicts previocus to thei
ret 'of Januaccry, 1d46, are .requested -to pcey
emt incee'diately, or they will most certainily
Splac'ed ice the hanids eef an officer for cuikec:
-N. B. I wile it * be perfec~tly. understood
sreatfier. thiat wicei Tehl ctn cn credit its onaly
aidlthe ende of the year,-iand all those who do,
cit seutle their acceuins by that time will be.
cccl . J.L).'T.
Janu .aryl4 -4 . 51
~I GENTEMIEN'd Cit Cadcet (taps'
ltuhgeycadey. at $~
~Blcen4Je. uibtijfromn $1 to
- ~j,~aal~Gfazi'dias5 ceitts:
)ilced Silk. at "'Bx4 d.3''$1 426 ceje
Itcg. (oc nol($~4 .jtfitj8Silk,'i$2 to$il
upyis ~wi.~ce e wa~dr'
!tnte of Sbuthcarlina.
HJ7 IlL Estate of Santel Staltiaker, .de
eeaed, being left dulttTl-1im i
eeoto glI at the late residence of'said deceasp
sed. on Saturday the 7th d.-y of February. next
allithe Peigonal Property of said deceasrJ. con
sistini rofStock. H ousehold and Kitchen Fur
nmture. somte Cotton Corn and Fodder, on a
credit until the Ist day of October next.
Purchasers will be 'requited togive nuje.und
two approved securities.
JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
S f Sona Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. .
Stanford F. Mys and Wife, Summons
Ajipliennits vs. Patsey Spikes - in -
and others. Deftendants. Partition.
3T apipearing to mly satisfretion that Patsey
1Spiks. Widow. Anna Spikes, wife of
William Sipikes, and Susan Skellon, Defeir'dI
ants in the above stated case, resides without
the limits of this State. it is therefore ordered,
that they do .ppear and object to the division
ir sale of the real estate of John Girty, do
reased.on or before the first Mondny in Feb
ruary ext,i or their consent to the satue will be
,ntered of record.
JIOHN IfILL,o.i:.n. -
Nov. 8 12t 42
1OR E NiEW GOODS.
J UST received at the Nsw Yor Cas
btore, a fresh tsortiment of
IFANCY DRY GOODS,
!onsiting of beautifuul last c olnred Prrnts.
3Singhamtis, Alouilin de Lainesi Alpaccas, &o.
icuod a.wortnent ot' Houiespuns, Lalies and
.J eutlien's Fitte Shoes, very cheap. A si
ittle Misses and children's.
Sood Sugar and Coffee,.as cheap as the cheap
!st If you witrut ' ngd bargans, cell at the
evw Yot k Cash Store, next dsor to the 3lil,.
D. LESSlNG & CO.
.Tai2l * t -
Choice Farm for" Saie5
" H E late and well knowrnD -
. residence of e1jorAgtgo
Droyle-s, deceased, conliting uf
dind at ar Si, Hundred Adres, is'tfoi -
>teed at private safe, It is tin -oneof.ti -
rincipal thormigaltlres in the Stateijoinu -
he little village of Calhotn, and insix huna
-ards ofthe Academy, and al'eean spa'c: -
thurch. - The. lainds sre. pidIncticeddiuu .
wuildintgs ind :.is orchards, and; conveiett c
f every kind,.'dded to its-unsurpassedjrnp
ation for health. and picturesque bad hav -
tiade.it thedp'ndration of every one
Persons desiro.s"of purchasin'g' will.addres
ir cal! on either of the subscribe:tand geA
'e also hifeu unother traci of t*o ti nia.
'our Hundred Acresaofchiiica 1dU.a oinflii
LI. Persons indbted to the>Estatno -
Sarah Mitt sin, deceased, Ire requetete4
mi nake imtfidiiite paynent, tid till havig -b
ny denandsagainst the said Estate'willbhaid -
tent in according to law.
J. F. M A RTIN, Execti tor. a
Dec. 31 If 49
1I:JCK! B. ICKS!I
00ithe hest qualityfresu1r
ro ^ 0 Bhuoilrnt BRN4cld. whlic)k,
mt subscribers fifer .. pubic ni. .errs t&
uin the 'tites. Call ii ethem. .
Januay 14 .t 5
kDGEF IEVLD DISTRICT.
Seaborn A Jones. Dcclaration.
rs. in- Forcign
Enuoch Byrie. $ Alta.-am '. . -
Fi H E Pla intfi havir.tn this d~ay filed his de
.clarationt in my ollice, antd the defendaj
mvnd no wife or attorney-. known to be withis,
ws State. (In whom a copy of the sanme, with a.
die to plead, cani be senved: It is ordered, that
e udefendant plead t'o the said declaration
ithin a year anid a day, or finatl and absolute
deeent will be~ given tg inist htiea.
THOS-. G. BA CON, e c... -
State of South Qa rolna,
LV TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
ecrry Rodgera, vs Enoch B~yre )Dec'n in
and . For. At
Elijahl Byne- tachmtent
Cress &~ Turpiin, )Declaration in
r-S. Foreign At
th amne- tachmient.
j'1 iE Plaintifi's havinzit this day filed
I. their decl arations in the itbove stated
ises in my nflice, antd the, dfefendanuts
av'ing neitner wives or ttorney, known
lie within the limits of this State, -on
'hom a copty oif said de.'arations '-ithf
dec to plead caun he served :Ic is ordered,
tat ilie said defendrnts do pilend to the
id declarations, ithini a yearand a dav
am the puhbbeation of this order,.or finvl
td absolte judgnuent will be awarded
ainst themn. .
ClerL-s Oie::. 17th Marchi. J145 d 1
Statye of Soulth Carolna, -
Guardian of . Dedlaration:a
Franteis W.k'rth, vs. 1 -Foreign -
Atndrew Carson, ts. -Beclaration in For
.the sau me. ecign': Aachent'~
IIE l'laintii'sin thte abave stated.cases a
.. having this day filed their Declarations iu t
uiy Office, and the. Df~detidats-having tieithe
10 wife or A ttornecys knowntuireside-within ti'~
lnits of the State on whom n co~g .of-thesamne *
vith u rule to plegtd cain be served. -"It is he
heref'ore. Ordered" that the Defen'danti ppear%
tid pilead tn Ste same withiiria your atid a da~
rotm thleduty hereof.our -fintamaid abisoldite'jio
entwill be awarded agatinat them. -
othedindependent Voter o
WA. RANri- '
GArD z.A i D ,
(DIRECT FROm PHILADELPuA,)
Each paper beii's thel :tel and warrantyof
For sale at Edgefield Court House. by
R S. iLBEltTS,
UlExtract from the i cport" of the "Visiting
Cummittee of the Pennsytrania Hlorticul
tural Suriety;" urianinonsly adopted,
and ordere'd too be priited.
Nurseries and Gardens.
These extensivn.e pouods aulo on Federal
Street. near the Arsenal, flom which
of the finest quality have beern scattered Over
the country.- and may always be depeniled
upon. The *Serid Estublishmnat If tliese f lor
ticnltuiri.s is one (if the most extensire in the
Unio'l and its reputation is well sustainedfrom
year to yor.
"To .bviate the chance of mixture of the
tariiin of the IItits of the samine fitinily. they
have iestablislied another nursiry, at a suitable
distance. so that dettrereration cannot take
place. aid which s!cures to the purchasors "a
teiiI m nticle." Knowinz thus the ae. qni
it) and prores os cultute of every pliot, the
upply front their grounds is'recoimoendcd teith
*," Mce tie date of the "Report" from
which tie above i-4 extr:icied. thitr cntire es
lablishment hus lie it grratly cnlarged. TheI
collectioni oil' CamteIlhi iibralces tli the filter
kiits. and consiSt5 oit -come thousands of va
rilus sizes; sit likewise of ilse, and other
desirable plants. (-oth tentder and halrdy-Frit
T: evs, etc.
The 'IELD GAn)tIs. alonie. Cover fifty
1cris. and the whole i1. as it has beei fir toure
than half a centnry, under thei tl -cessive inall
asiii#eit of litieraii't sot.. the most prominent
(fLfOrders received hy UI. S. ROBERTS.
for Frnit and ither Trees and Shrubs of the
best kind, and mo.st healhy condition.
From whom catalogues way ba ubtaine:,
January 29 _t__
Il virtues of I bis cifiuacous and cheap
Medicine, for the cnre of Cotnumption
and otherdiseases.(aninothe tol well known.
Very many lives -have been saved by .
Y. lurningt Atlas
Jaync's Lxpectorant. par Coughs, Colds. &re
So muany pieople are alliicted ith these comli
mon every day diiord'rs. that we leem it s on
duty to point our renlers to a simple reu. a)
which we lave tried and found efficacimies
Juye,s Espertorant is it very valuable phial oifr
syrup which we have lately used wth goo. ,
etiect in stolping.a cough, and looseninig
breaking up a cold. It s a very agreeahi.t
mleiicine Tii, recojmiendation is nt a
louight puff. but ehtirely voluntary. And e
feetl that we can birly do ,a greater favor tw
our readers in'these days ofcheating, than.. Io
recommud thnmas w -1t.ijLdffieenlemJ
cty, especuffy-those.we have used ourselves.
Editor of the i Lyuin Record," Wass.
Caneer, Goitre and Scarfula Cured.
Pretty aumple expierience has proved that
Jayne's AlteratirC is a remedy Ior Cancer,
King's lvil, Brlehochlide or Goilre and Dis
eases of the Skins-which which will not fail
one time in a houndred of effecting a radical
pore , 1 1>113) one lt the luost pleasanlt andff
sa-tf nrticlos ever offered for the reii. t of the
F'or sale %y R. S. ROBERTS. Agent. 1
R4 A. xC. NICII.
' v ill ms :--! friends
-i ike, pbtlic 1eneerally.
that htel :till coilnil les to
* - 'do all n-ork in the Mfil
dinery & tintua
Mlaking bnuiness. r'
Tha~nkfnl for pat favor". she' solicits nt totn
rinfl:I ICe oft the samie-:residence oppolsite! Mr i
ti emi L.. Penn's Dweiling' House. - ti
Janm14 if 51 ri
N otice. agis
A LL erimshaving demand' gis
r,LeiEstate of Williami Wilson, d~e -
ceased. late I irdinary of -Newherry District,
:ire hereby legniredi ton eablish them before
lmle by the: first of .AIay netxt.
L.A. JtNES, c. a.~ s.
Jan 14 h.nl (So. Ca.) 5i
Iliat removed hi4 office to ih,- first door on the
right, ini tihe Seond Story iof Presley & fBry'
an's ifrcek store. Jan21 3t 52
V 511E late Mercantile firm of BI.AND&
.it.r L E R wns dissolvell On the 1st inst.,
by mulitual conisent- - ri
To lihose who have by liheir liberal patronage t
anid prompt1 paiymnilt aidedi us ini our bust
neCss. for six years past. we retuirn ourY most
healrfy and cordiat thlanks, trulsing that the re- F
inilt Oi otur intercouirse habs beenl tol our muitual a
It is niiw desirable and necessar) that the
unlsettle'd hnisinelss of the firm he brought to a
speedy close-we therefore moiist ca~rriestiy re- I
qulest all those inldebted to us by judgment.
note iir open aicr-nl. to call andt settle with
(lit delay.theieby saving us trouble and themn
seleseseoe. BLAND & BUTLER.
N. B. The bonks add aVcctlts of the tate
irs. Anni 0. Blrook", for Millinery, are in mny
thanids for collection. All persons inidebted
thereon must pay immediately.
P Kr UT' 1F
Edgefield Court h ouse. Jan 7 50 tr
ED)GEFIELDI BEAT~ C(OMPANY,
A PPER. at y'our usual Muster
- ror md 0n Salturday the .14th
Februar-Iy, at 12 o'clock, A. M. pre
cisely f'or drill an~d inispeclti -n. prop
erly armed and equipped as the law '
Aln Elction for a Captain tocom-.
nantld said Company will take' place
ont the same daty, to) fill a vacancy oc
einltal~ by the resignation 'of Capt'Meigs,
and:Ki'so for Ensign of said Company, occa
sisitnid fhy thie -resig'raition of A, Iaussey -
SPoll o'penfrom 1211 M'! toc~lock. P.Mi
Mangers.-eSerzeants Cohn: Abby add
Corporal. DeLoneb, - re of - o
.,.L EWIS CVA RCapt. C n'ng.a.2?
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