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CHEAP. ASH STORE "!
T HE subscriber most respectfully informs
his customers, and the public generally,
that he has received the greatest part of his
SPRING GOODS-,,direct from New York,
which be is disposed to sell at a very small
advance, on first cost. He is not so: presunp
tnous as to say that he can sellcheaper than any
other establishment, but he _ will assert and
prove to the satisfaction of purchasers, that
no establishment. in or out of town, shall Us
DERSELL him.. His facilities for getting Goods
are as .:ood as any other establishment.
Part of his stock, consisting, viz
A fine'assortment of French, English and
Colored Balzarines, Organda Lawns and
French Muslius; in great variety and
Rich Taglioni . Scarfs, and a variety of dif.
ferent kinds of Ladies' Silk Hdkfs;
Linen. Jaconets, Cambrics, Swiss & Book
A large assortment of Hosiery ;
Slippers, Colored Fringes and Ribbons,
Gloves, Pins, Needles, Hooks and Eyes;
Coat's Spool Cotton, Victoria colored do.,
Thread, for embroiderirng Collars, Soap,
Cologne, Visiting Cards, Head Ornaments.
Fancy Combs, Side and back Combs,
and every article usually kept in that line.
The largest and most fashionable assort.
ment. direct from New York, ever offered
in this market, and therefore sold low.
PARASOLS, UMBRELLAS AND
A very large assortment of Small, Large,
Cotton and Silk Parasols, and Silk and
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR!
A new selection of fashionable RRADY M.tz
CLOTHING, expressly ordergd by my
only Agent in New York, for this market.
Among which can be found,
Fine Drap D'Eta Coats ; Croton
Cloth, do., and a great variety of Check,
Colored, Linen, Yellow and Brown Coats.
A large assortment of Pantaloons. of different
style and qualities, Silk, Satin and Mar.
SHIRTS! SHIRTS !
A most splendid article, just received and ele
gantly finished, and likewise Bosoms and
Stocks, Suspenders, Silk Hank'fs., Palmetto
and Leg horn Hats, and Groceries,
Cutlery, Razor Straps. Cror.kery, &c.
I7Ladies and Gentlemen, please give me
a cull, and examine nmy stock before you buy
elsewhere, and I am confident you will not
repent of having taken the tiouble of visiting
my Stqre. J. COH N,
Opposite Goodman's Hotel.
. April29 3t 14
OTTON SEINE TWINE, an excellent
Pine Apple Cheese;
Vanilla Benris ;
Pink and Yellow Sugar for outside of Cakes;
Block Seals, various inonos; -
Transparent and Motto Wafers;
Note Paper and Sealing Wax;
Tailor's,Silver Thimbles ;
Oats and Grass Scythes;
Starch, reduced to 10 cents a pound;
. 8 x 10 Window Glass. 5 cents a light;
Plough Lines nd :Cotton Line; -
Large Cakes Shaving Soap,-6 for 25 cents;
Panama and Leghorn flats;
Half Kits lickled Salmon ;
Lobster preserved in boxes;
Sifters, Grid Irons, Saddle Irons;
Flour and Rice;
Watch Makers Tweezers, Butcher Knives;
Letter and Cap paper, at 12& cents a quire,
or $2 a ream ;
Factory Yarn, at 87 cents a bundle;
Half gallon mixed Pickles, at 75cents a
* botlea U. S. ROBERtTS.
tdgefield C. IH., A pril22 2t- 14
OTMr. Ebeniezer Webster, of Providen,:e,
Rhode Island, was cured of a sveree AsTunA,
by using five b)ottles.
"Rev Simeon Siegfried was cur'ed of Indu-.
eriza, a Hoarseness, and a hard dry Cough,
by one bottle,
Rev. Dr. Babcock, of Poughkceepsie, says
that knowing Dr. Jayne to bse a regular Phupsi
cian, anid having used his medicines personally
and in his f'amily, does not hesitate to com
mend thenm as safe iad eminently useful medi
cines, and a valuule addition to our Materia
Rev. John Segur. of Lanmbertsville, New
Jersey; wvho was suirering with a hoarseness
and soreness oif the lungs and throat, and a
suffocating Asthma, was cured Iry onte bottle.
Mr. 3. L. Simakinesa~ys that it cured Ihis wife
of CONSUMPTIION,and one of his children
of HOOPiNG COUGH.
Rev. Jon-ithan Guitig, D). D., #'rolessor of
Grannville College, Ohio, says, 'lHe was Ia
bot ing tunder a sevemc COLD, COUGH and
HOAR1SENESS. and his dilienty of breath
ing was so great thatt he felt hims~elf in imi
neut danger of immecdiate ,iflUcatio;n, hut he
wvas perfectly enred by uisiing this "Expecto
rant." M irs. Diuks, of Saiem, N. J., was cured
of.Asthunn of 20 y ear's stndisng. by using two
bottles of t-his mecdicine. .3rs. Wan , also of
Saleum, wvas eased of the same complaint, by
-fR. S. ROBF.RCT'S is Dr. D. Jayne's only
Agent at Edgefield Court House.
Bewrare of Counterfeits !
April29 3t 14
M R~f. JOSEPH 'T. 11OWAN,
jY. No. 376 M~uARK sET-SitEE, PIXI.A.
Dear Sir:-I have beena for several years
subject to frequent attacks of nervous headiach,
of such severity as fregnently to unfit me for
business. So intense has besen thme pain that
miy hair has become grey ovex the parts affect.
ed. I have tnever found any thing to afford me
any permanent relief till I tried your "M-AG4C
LOTION," which relieved me'almost tnstant
ly. I-have hadl several attacks since, which
hiave been overcome in three or four minutes,
and I have every reason to believe myself per.
About two weeks since I- wentrto Manaynnk,
and findirng a friend'vwho had been confined to
hiii bed Jor nearly two months with nervous
headach, I applied the " Lotion," and the pain
ceased so suddenly that my friend could scarce
ly credit his own senises, but after waiting a
few minutos, and finding that lie really had no
panat all1 he got uap; and the next morning
recomirnenced his usual- business. I will fur'.
ther add, that while at Manayunk -app4lied the
" Magic-Ltion" to two other persfons for tooth
ach, botd pof which were ctired in two or three
minutes. .SAMUEL H. DUNGAN,
Ne.E. corner of Twelfth and Filbert-sts.
For sale at Edgefield C. H., by El.-S. RO
-May 6 . 2t 15
(astings- and Nailse
PEMHF/Subscriber ofrers for sale 3,000 l6s.
V GCastiags, consisting~uf Ovens, Skillets,
Sidtrs,. &c. and 100 kegs -of Out Nails.
&rom No.4 to No.20.
.S. F. GOOD E.
State of Soutan Carolina,
Y JOHN HILL. Esq., Ordinary .of,
Whereas James Reynolds hath applied
to me for Letters of Administration, on all
and singular the goods aqd chattels, rights
and credits of John Hancock, late. of the
District aforesaid, deceasedr - .
These are. therefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singnlar. the kindred and cred
itors of the said deceased, to he and appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District, to be holdeti.st Edge
field Court House, on the 18th day of
May, instant, to shoWy cause, if any, why
the said adininistration should not be
Given under my hand and seal,.this the
4th Iday of May, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred .and
forty-sixth, and in the 70th year of Auier
JOHN HILL, O. E. D.
May 6 2t 15
R EAD! READ I! READ!!!- Having
used H EWES' NERVE and BONE
LINIMENT, prepared byJOSEPH T. ROW
AND, I can cert to its food effects. A trou
blesome rheumatic affectionilih my right shodd
er of three years' standing, eras lby a .few ap
plications thoroughly cured. Fifteen months
have elapsed since its use, without a recurrence
of the complaint. Several relatites and friends
to whom I have recommended it, have also
received great benefis from its use. A gene
ral knowledge of its virtues would be the sourec
of the alleviation ofr much piin and tncon
venience. With this object in biew, I have
WITHOUT SOLICITATION anthorised Mr. Row
and to make use of this testimonial as lie may
think proper. THOS. J. HOUP
291 North Sixth street, Phi a.
For sale at Edgefield C. H. by R. S. Rt)
May 6 2t 5
Lehmaier & brothers,
DEALERS IN FANCY and
STAPLE DRY G00DS!
HAMBURG, (S. C.,) COLUMBIA, (S. C.).
MouNT WILLING, Edgefield, S. C.. Pear's.
Edgefield, S. C., and ATHENS, Ga.
M OST respectfully invite the attention of
their friends, and tha public in genere.l
to their extensive stock of New and Fas'
ionable Spri - Goods, just received and pur
chased for Gash in New York and Bostcn
Markets. and which they are determined --o
sell as low as any establishment in Charleston
Among their various articles may be found,
Graduated Lawn Robes, Gingham Lawn,
Prints, from 64 to 37J cents, Bleached and
Brown Shirting ;
Barge Satin Stuiped Shawls and Scarfs,
Swiss, Jaconet, Crossbarred and Cambr c
Bleach and Brown Linen Drillings, Diaper;
Gipaey. Leghorn, Straw, Lawn and Silk
Stockings, Gloves, Mitts; Parasols and
Panama, Leghorn, Palmleaf, Casamore and
Fur Hats ;
Fine Cloth, Cassimere, Chambraz, Vesting. t
Ladie's, Gentlemen's, Youth's and Chi:
dren's. Shoes, and a great many othe arti.
Iles. too numerous to mention. Th a1s"
keep in their Store, at Mount Wilt.ng.nlI
those articles usually kept in extensive- culi
try Stores, viz: Hardware, Grocery, Crocketry
April22 Im 13
NEW SPRING GOODS.
WM. KETCHAM & CO.,
HAMBURG, So- CA.
HAVE received their Spring supply of
Dry. Goods, of the latest style .and pnt
terns. consisting in part of Graduated Robes,
Plain hiunslin Robes. Rich Drapery Chintz,
Printed Lawn., notv styles. Enrages. Gins
hams and Musfins. Chanbrav Ginghain, for
children, Bihok, Miull. lacofnet'. Cross Barred.
Swiss and Cambriep Muanhins Brown Linen
Drills, Brown Linen Table Cloths, by the
yard or pattern. Damafsk Tahle Diaper, Irish
Linen, Linen Sheeiing, Linen and Grass
Skirting. Rich Fancy Spring Prints, a lot of
superior Calicoes, at 12A cents. at colors,
N'4ankeens, Checks. Ticks. Gloves. Parasols.
Parasolettes, Sun Shades. Linen Cambric and
Silk Handkerchiefs, Furniture Dimity. Frini
ges, Palm and Leaf Hiats. Ladies' and Misses'
plain Strawv and Leg'horn Gipsey Bonnets.
Flowers, Tabbs and I~ihbons, Ladies' flue Kid
Slippers. Children's black and colored Shoes.
&ct. A lot of Hosiery. 33 per cent. cheaper
than ever before offered in this market. all of
which, together with our former stock, twil be
sold lo, for Prompf Pay. 3..t
A pril 19.13t
Mary Moore and others, ) BiW for
vs. Michael Barr, Adm'r, > njuntion and
andI others. ) Relief.
I T appearing to the satiusfaction of the - om
iiioner, that George W. Yarborough,
and Elizabeth his Wife, Defendants in this
case, reside without the limits of this State, on
motion of M~r. Bauskett. Compl. Solicitor, it is
ordered that the Defendants do appear anid
plead, answer or demur, to the Complainants
phill of complaint,- wyithin thrieermonths from th~
publication, hereof, or the said bill will be takee
ro confesso, against them..n
S. S. TOMPKINS. C.E. E. D'
SApril22 1846 3m 13
E DGEF IE L1 DISTRICT.
Bland, Catlin & Ce., Biilfmr Dis
and others. vs. covery and
Elias A brahams and others. )Reli ef:
I N conformity to the order of Chancellor
Johnston. in this cage, public notice is
ereby given to the creditors of Hollis Dunton,
to render to ame their demands against the
funds- in dispute. in this case, on Monday the
28th1 day of: May next. Those neglecting to
ender their demnahds, properl attested, on
hat day, wilt be excluded bythe ternar of
aid order from aiiy participation in the said
unds. S. S-. T&MPKINS, C. E E D.
H E laubscriber offers fo
I 3.sale. his- Pfadthtion in
-Edgefield District, situated on
Steven's Creek, ten miles above
amsburg, containing about Five Hundred
nd Fifty acres of land, three hundred of
which is woodland. (oak slid hickory,) the
blance under cultivation. Ont the plantation
are two dwelliing houses, Gin H ouse & Screw,
and othier outbuildings. There are several
Springs of excellent water,and the location is
ms healthy as any in dlie Distuict. The Plan.
aton will be solhnnaine, two and three years
:redht; lbearing datei from first of- January,
847, if sold by the 1st of September next.
[he purchaser will be requfired to givi good
ecurity. J. LLOYD.
A'nnil 9BSt 1
L. & E.PENN,, ave just ..rsedaUd
G," opened a large' and hand . sort
meot ofSPICING AND 8UMME 1 ;ODS,
purchased in Charleston and Newv ;;l comn
prising a general .assortment-of- =
Staple and Fancy Goods' lard
ware, Crockery, Groceres,.
Hats, Shoes, Bonnets Books
and Stationery, Saddin - .and
and a great variety of otbelEarticles mbqnall
kept in our line. All of.fp ih we; tlIXel
on terms-to suit~the-times : e
[ll e' invite our friendI tda n i ex
amine our-stock. -. !
UST received froinPhildel, ORuo &
ELLIOT's, valuabl'se ries.ol Cmaud
School Readers, No. s 1, $ and4.
These Books-are ths-best: serf If Readers
that have ever been pri&einted:- Silhools,
in South Carolina. To be 'sa jm _of this,
please call dad exaiine tiin all who feel all
interrat in the correct instrubtion tif the youth.
Also, Dr Ruschunberger's First Books of
Natural History, published also by Grgg &
Elliott. comprising Anatomy. and Pbysiology.
I.ammalugy, Ornithology. Ircliyology anid
Herpetology, Conchology i Entomology, Bet
any and- Geppy. being thbI(best. Eleinentary
works upon ttissubject, ever 6e 'published,
and every family library ought 'have a set of
them, and every youth instruce ntliem.
These Books have -recotinea fits othe
highest character, front Teachetf" South
Carolina and Georgia.
Grimshaw's Histories af Napolfei, Rome,
England, lrance, Greece and- United States,
with Keys and Questions to-the same. Jone's
Chemistry and Philosophy, latetiaddition;
Himd'e & Mason's Farrery; B lajd'sSchool
Edition of Natural History; Shakupeare, two
vohames, gil.t; Josephus. 2 vols., de,; Village
Sermons; Say's Polical Economy; Rogers'.
Heman's, Eilton, &c. Works; Dictionary of
Quotations; Smiley's Arithietic; and'Key
and Tables ; Byron. illustrated;extra giltedge;
Crabbe, do.; Co*per. do; .Eberli's -Notes.
Practics, 2 volumes, and gn Children; . S.
Dispensatory ; Family Prayer, Life of yack
sons; Gents. and Ladies Leiicons;.Sauca's
Morals; Chesterfield ; Book of Politeness;
Daughter's Own Book; Westein- Sonster;
Bcanett's Letters; Wee.n's Washington and
Marion; &c., &c., together with'.
story Books for Children. -
For sale by G. L & E. PENN.
Edgefild C. H.. April 1, 1946 .'3m .10
Dr. Brandlretys EIms
T HE Brandreth's Pills.-Tie, Brandreth
Pills give strength for weak:neis they are
ilked best by those who have iak,-n the most of
them. Dr Brandreth can give personal refer
ence to thousands who havetbeen restored
from a bed of sickness by thei'us., hen ev
ery other means had proved entirely . unavail
ing. These cases are contirinally. occurring
-in this city and in every part- of the Union.
Get Brandreth's Pills if you are 'nit -perfectly
healthy, and they will restore you-if medicine
can do it-because they expel those humors
which are the cause of impurity of the blood.
and at the same time the body is strengthened
by the operation of this most excelrgnt medi
Dr. Brandreth's Principal Of ee941 Broad
way.N.Y. ; otherofftces ii 4W rlt.
'The ermnine only 'for; sap in Edgifield
Diptrict, by R. S. -RosaTs,Egefield C. i.,
Kenrick ' Thaair Hiiburg, 'l. . A D. C.
tmyley Meeting Street.. Also, by J. Al. Wril
Hams, Aiken, and by-st least onicagent in ev
ery District in the State. -
Every Agent having the genuine has a cer
tificate.ofAgency, signed.by the Doctor liim
self. Edgefield C. 1., April 2.3.1846 3t 10
State of South 'Cafolina.
Samuel P. Getson 'and :Wife, )Summons
A pplicants, ss. Scbren O- in
Sullivan and others, Def'ts. -. Partition.
ITa apperaring to'my natisf'action that Sebren.
0. Sullivan, Thomwas Sullivam, Dawsoi
Sumlhvaui. William Quarles and wife Eliza
beth, and William Quarles.jr. a nepheaw, heir,'
and distnbmutees of tihe real estate of Elken
Sallivan, deceased live without the limits or
ibis State. It is 'therefore ordered elmat they do
appear and object to the diviioa or sale of
the real estate aforesaid on the flrsat Monda'
in .Jnly next, or their consent to the saue wilt
be entered of record.
Given under my hand at my office, this 6tih
day of Ap>ril, 1840. JOHN H1JLL, o. E. D.
State of South Carolina
iN THE COMMO V PLEAS.
John H ill, Ordinary,) Decluration in
Joshua H ammond. . Atstachment.
T H E Plaintiff in the above case hav
ing this day filed h-is Declaration in
may office, and the Defendant having nei
ther wire nor attorney known to reside
wvithini the limitsoo-this State, on whomi
a copv of' said Declaration'with a rule to
plead can be served, on moionnof Gritiini,
Plaintiff's Attorihey,:ordered (hat-the suid
Defendant appear and 'plead to the said
Declaration withina rear and a (lay from
the date heteof, 'orxJu'dgment winl be a
war-led agairist hinnby default.
-THOMAS BACON, c. c. .
Clerk'soffice Feb. 10 1846 1y 3
State 'of South Carolina..
I1V THE COMMON PLEAS.
Williany T. Smith, Indorser, )Decr~lrationl
- asin Al-.
The Same,. -
es. Dacdaration in Attachment.
H I-E Plaintfia 'the above cases, havin"
Ithis day filed-his Declarations in any
fice, and the Defeurdant havinig neither Wife
nor Attorney, known to reside withiin the limits
f thesaid State,.an whom a cop of said dec
arations with eruil to -plead tereon eln be
erved, on moto M- Gray,- Plai'ntiffi' At
orney; it is ordere. that the staid Defeidant
appear and plead to thesaid Declarations withini
ayear bnd a day; from the dlate 'hereol, or.
udgment will -be awarded against hiit'v de
fault. -' T. G. BA GON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, April- 20, 184t6 Jy n C
State of -Soulth Carolina,
EDG E FiLD2DISTRJICT.
HOMAS-PRIC~eliving, one mile from
-3.Eltoti Pot't. Office,.:Tolled before me a '
orrel Horse, 15 hnahigh, hind feet white
p to the- kris/aridfthe left ford foot. 4
lane in the face, a white streak near the right -
intk, blind of-tie right eye. So pposed to be
lB years ola,-and ap praised at 10. .
a BENJA rN STEPHENS, . E. n.
EDGEFI ELD HOTFL.
T HE Subscriser. respectfully irforms his
friends and. the public at large; that he
has had .his ;lfotse thoroughly repaired, aitd
has ide a raie additint to the same.by the
purcliase ofthe adjrinina House, which will
ppably.him to accommodate at least forty or
fifty nore persons during Courts and other
times than he formerly did. His whole aim
has been concentrated to the comfort and con
vepienkleoa all those who have favored hint
with their patronage, and he flatters himself
that a discerning and generous public will con
tinue to bestow on him a share of their favors.
He will, as heretofore. endeavor to furnish
his Table with the best that the country canl
Hairg renoved his Bar at the farthest
end of the House adjoininig, little or no an
noyance cnn be experienced by those who put
up.at his Hotel.
His Bar will be furnished with the best
Liquors, and his Stables snpplied with good
abd wholesome provender and attentive Host
B. J RYAN.
February 25 tf 5
He L. JEFFERS.
Geera! Agepat and Comnmission
Merchant,Hanaburg. S. C.
STILL offers h services to his friends and
the public, nd ho will devote his undivi
ded attention to e
SELLING OF COTTON AND FLOUR,
REcEIVtNG AtND FoRWARDING GooDs.
Buyingr. Goods for Planters or Merchants, or
attend to any business that may be
committed to his care.
lie embraces this opportunity of tendering
his thanks to his friends for their liberal patron
age heretofore beotowed, and by industry and
close attention to business. he hopes to merit.
and to continue to receive the s'nie. It shall be
his aim to make all.his charges as light as pos
aible. knowiig that it will lie an his interest to
losely observe the interest of his friends.
Liberal advances will be made if required on
produce sent to him for sale or store. Cotton
Rent to him by Boats, will be received free of
charfage. .All produce sent to hint for sale
will be promptly sold on arrival, if so ordered.
August ti tf 25
A4 just aeceived. and will keep con
A Smantly on hatd a fresh snp:Iy o
Drugs. Medicines, Paints, Oil
- ani ye Stuffs.
He does not. think prope '.o humbug the
public. by rddertising his prices. but persons
wishing to purchana tmuy be assuried that hte
will sell at as LOW PRICES as any one in Edge
field. Htnbug or Augusta.
The following consitutes a part of his
stock of Medicines
Epsoin and Glauber Salts,
Caster Oil in bottle., or by the gallon;,
Calomel, Tart. Emetic, Assafatida, Arrow
Root, Rhurbarb, Jaaitp, bagnesia,Gum M1 virh,
Aloes, GainLoge. Cayenne Pepper, aforpiane.
Cremor Tartar, Opium; Laudanum. Paregun
ic, Quinine, Preparations of Iron, Squills.
Sweet Oil, Sarsaparilla Root. and pre parations
of the same, Capaiva, Chloride of Soda, Ether,
Camphor, Nitre, Ammonia Hive Syrup, and
any other article that may be called for.
a .All of DR. JAYSN's Medicines, warranted
genuine. Sold -as- cheap as can he found at
any Drug Store, in =-this or any other place;
obtained dtirintly from Dr. Jnync., thiough.
his only Agent in Augusta.
Bull's Sarsaparilla. Sand's Sarsaparilla,
Carpenter's Do. Philotoken,
Carpenter's Extract Cubebs and Copaiva,
''arrant's Do., iledicommen:nm, Godfrey s
Cordial, M'ffatt's Pills, Mnl'att's Bitters,
Chompian's Peer and Agne Pills. Champi
on's Vagitable Anti.dyspeptic Pills, Hull's
Fever arnd Agate Pills,8Spenceer's Pills, iHnll's
Lozenges, Peter's Pill's, Cook's Pall's. Dlu
Isont Tooth bropts. 'Ib'Tipsoni's Eye Waters,
T1abntestoc k's Vermiiluge, Thomupsonian Mled
icines, Rowand's Tonic M ixtuarc. Seidlitz and
Soda Powders, Swain's Paitacea, Turlington's
Balsam, Hay's Linimntt Ii arrison's (lint.
mlent, a sure cute for 'cald head. Ccjurpa's
Accotistic Oil. lfor deafness, and all othter
Patent Mledicinies in ronitnon tue.
PAINTrS AND OILS.
White Leadl. af all kinds; Redt do : Verdi.
gris. Spanish Bro~wn, Venietiani Red, Vnnudyke
Brown. Turkey Humaber. Chr,.me Green
Cerome Yelliow. Vermnillion,. Stone Ochre.
Ivuiry Black. Tlerrni Sienna. Drop1 Lake Pa
tent Black. Lamp Black. Yecllow Ochire, Lyth-.
:irte. Russian Blue, Tuarpecntine, Roe Pintk.
Varnish of atll kinidsLinseed Uil. Tr'niai oil.
Lamp Oil, Neut's Foot Oil, and all the Essun
Spanish Float. Indigo, Aninatte. Haidder
Logwood, Camwooid.' Brazil Wood. Fustac.
Red Saunders, Ttnmeric. Coperas, Aliunc.
Bluestone, and all oilier Dye Stiff's.
8 PIC ES.
Black Pepper' Allspice, Mace, Cinnamon,
Cloves, Ginger, Race and Pualverized Nut'
Window Glass, fronm 8 x It0 tip to 20 x 30.
Pntty.,'Vhitinig, Sperm Candles,Candlle W icks
Da.tile Soap. Chalk, Court Plaster, Fltx
Seed, Wafers. Toorh Braushies. Glue, G.old and
Silver Leaf'. Syringaes of tall kitnds, . Trusses,
nk, Black and .-ed, ink Powders. Lemion
3yrup, Mustard, Pinak Saucers, Snuff, Lignor
ce, Matches. Punmmice 8taone, tioten tone,
3al Eratrs, Pottash. Salt Petre, Sealing Wax.
Spongpe, Starch, Paint Brushes of every de
ceription, White Wash Brushes. Dusting
3rnshes, Sweepitng Brushes, Seranbbing, H orse
mod Shoe Brushes, Hir Brnshes. Shaving
lozna,Shaving Soap, rf all kdnds, WVashinug
3oapa, Toilet Snaps. Rose, of varitins kinds;
I variety of fine articles of Tuhlacco. Also,
ine ent Tobacco for smoking anid chuewinag.
Etmm'ry, Nursing Bottles. Nipple Shells,
2nappinig Glasses, Lanceis. Alcohol, R at anid
l.oachi Bane, Sash Tools, Camsl's Hair. and
inble. Hair Pencils.
All the above articles are warranted good.
md soild on terms to please purchasers fur
ash, oron apiproved credit.
J D. TIBBE T'S.
Edge~feld C. H.. Marca 11 ir 7
l' arrant's Conmpound. Extract
OF CUB.ss AND CAPAiAJ. stands uttri
tiled for its eflicacy. It pertorms a cure in a
w days-no confinemeint or restriction in
iet is ntecessary. It will be found inavaluble.
eing prepared with the grentest possible care,
pon well-tedted priniciples, founad uipon that
nportant law, first estab'ished by the celebhra
td Dr. Fordh ce, viz: "That a combinainon
r similar remedies will piroduice a more certain
peedy andl consider able elli et than atn eqtuiv
lent dlose of any single one." -'A nuomhinta
on or Cubebs and capavia form a very use
21 medicine in cehrtam eases "-SirR. Cooper,
'hi article is just .teceived~anid for sale by
J. D. TIBBETT'S.
Dee J0- tf 46
N excellent article of-WiSTEa STRAIN ED
I'AMP'OIL. For sale by ,.
.J. D TIB5ETTS,
Wholesale & Retail Grocers
CORNER CENTRE AND MARKET STREETS, -
HAMBURG. S. C. -
HAVE just received, and will contiue to
receive fresh supplies of the- following
Articles, which they offer to their friends and
the trade, at the lowest market prices :
30 bhds. consisting of St. Croix, Clair6eld
Porto Rico and Muscovado.
Double Refined Loaf, Crushed and Powdered
50 bags Old. Government Java Coffee,
JO do. A bgnstura do.
125 choice Rio . do.
1 Bale Mocho do.
15 bags Cuba.
100 pieces Heavy Dundee.-44 to 45 inch.
250 do. Kentucky, (heavy) 44 to 45 in.
50 do. Tow, 45 inch
125 do. Gunny, 21 per yard, 45to 47 in
100 do Georgia & Corolina,44 to 45 in
300 coils Kentucky Rope
50 do Manilla, do
50 do. Jute .do.
20 hhds. Trinidad Molasses
25 bbls. New Orleans. do
50,000 pounds [run, of all sizes. Also,
a good assortment of Hoop and Band
Iron, German an Caster & Cast Steel.
BACON & SALT.
30,000 Prime Country Sides.
2,000 Sacks Salt,
5 do Table Salt..
Boxes Table Salt.
10 dozen I Maple Chairs -
25 do Windor do
10 do Cane Seat,
2 do Childrens. do
2 do Boys, do
2 do Offices, do
2 do Rocking. do,
1 do Nurse. Jo
2 bales 9-4 Blanitets
3 do, 10-4 do (weighing i Is, to the
A good assortment of Bed Blankets from
10.4 to 12-4.
1.000 yds. Washington Jeans (heavy,)
1000 do. Coventry Plains.
100 Kegs, (assorted Sizes)
150 Bags, assorted Sides
30 Kegs I1F Dupont's Powder
10- do. Bliatiig do
20 do Eagle.Sporting, do
5000 lbs pure No. 1, N. Y. Union Mills
TE 4 S.
50 Boxes Teas. Consisting of gun pow
d'er, Hyson a'nd Imperial
6 ases attees, " "
I best Black Tea " .
200 Bbls. fresh Rock Lime.
Ginger, pepper.Spice. Crnr'adid'titheges
Indig.. Saltpet're,'Blue %tone Cbpperas.
ShoeThraad, Snuff, Cotton & Wool Cards,
Brass Bound Buckets, Painted Buckets,
Tibs. Churna, &eelear.Wilp . dias
and Cradles.Washboar, Cocoa prs.
Clothies Pins, Brooms, Wooder Bo.wlis,
Wash Standa, 'Bellows, Rakes, 'Scytlie
Sneeds,Coffee Mills,Soap,TalM~w& Spermi
Candles. WagonBoxes. -eaur'es, Saddh
lions, Windorr Glass; Starch, Pistols, To.
bacco. birindstones, Osuiaburgs, Twine. Cas
tings, Boots, Shoe.. Wool Hats.Rice,Clothes
Baskets, Almonds, Bearskins, Mackerel,
Mustard, Fifth Chains,.Lamp Oil; a choir
article of ChIe wi ng Tobacco; Vinegar, Bexps,
-C Cider, Barrel Covers, Cod Fish, Plough
Moulds. Sole Leather, Nankeens, Choco
late, & c., & c.
WVANTED-10.000 lbs. BEES WAX,for
which cash will be paid.
Hamburg, 1846 tf 1
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFI RLD DISTRICT.
Ronbert T. Moonre, vs. Henr.5 Bill for
Yarborougi. and George W. ).injunction
Y'ar borough. an d -relief
FT appearing to the satir-facton of the
LCommi'tssioner that George W. Yarbo
rough, one of the defendants in this suit.
resides beyond the liniits of this State.
'n mtionlu of Mr. Bauskett, Plaintiff 's
Attorney. it is ordered that the said de
feuidant do appear und plead, answer or
dlemur to the complainants said bill of
'omptjlaint, within three months from the
publication hereo, orihe said bill will be ta
ken pro confesso against him.
S. S. TOM PKlNS. c. E. E. D.
Comnn's. Of~ Feb 24 1846 3m5
Stalte of South Car'ohnia,
12 COMMON PLE AS.
John B. Gordon, Declaration in
es. 3. Common
Jos. N. Perrin. Pleas.
T H E Plaintiff in the above case. having this
Iday filed Isis deaclaration in my office, and
Lhe- Defenadant having neither Wife or Attor
risy known to reside within thne litmits of the
State, on whom a copy of the same with a rule
o plead cain be served. on motion of Bauskeett,
Plaintillfs Attorney, it is ordered, that the said
Defendant do appear and plead to said dc
aration within a year and a day from the date
tereof, or jtndgmtent will be awarded against
iim by default.
TJHOS. G. B ACON. C. c E. D.
Clerk's Office, Oct 17th 1845 . ly 39 .
state of' South (Caroinia,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
FElijah Byn e. J Atcmtt
H E Plainti ffs in the above cases having
...this day filb.d their declarations in as o
ice.and the Defendanthaivin~g no wile or Attor
iey k nowin to re side within the limits of the
State, on whom a copy of said declarations
wvith a rule to plead enmn be served: It is there.
euo ordered, that the said Defendants does
applear and plead to the said declaratione.in a
'eit and a day from the date hereof. o find
tnd absolute judgment will be a warded againt
tin) by defauht.
THOS. G. BAON c.c.p:
Clerk's Office, Mlay 14. 1845. 1y 16
BULL'S COM POUND OF SARSA
BPARILLA. -This preparation o'. Sar:
aparisia possess all- the .activezgpboper les o
he Root.-in.a hIgh conicenitrated state.,o
Just received; and ror sale by. .
Dec. fl.' D. TIBRET'.S
nt. ' n
C A N-D :DAT ES w
'W We are aanthorized'to aononaneeCol'
J Of N-HiLL as a canididate forOididary at
tie next-election . tit -1d)
We are dathoried to an,
nounce N. L. GRIFFJ"N Esq.,yas afr
didate for the Senatet tIhe ensuing elc
Feb' 25 te -.. i
Feb. We are au oi ized to n
nounce Col. JOHN .A1SKEtIa
Candidate for the Serate,artite "enaiwg.
election. r'f'5 te .
We are ait i dste an
nounce ":apt "THOS J. Ir1B)$1''
candidate. for the Senate, at the ensuing..-.
election.: -March-4,.. -"e
(Ef'We are authorized (oaanouieBr
C. YANCEY as a candidute far the
tute. at the ensuing election: Jati2 toe"
We are authorized to:announcde
S. Bauois,'as a candidathefoithiaHoe en=
4 the ensui g eleciin Feb ?5 Ia 5
We are authorized toe nnounse41NOHN a
DOBY. Esq., as a candidatelfojut i se L
gislature-at the ensuingelechon - :4
February 4 .. - 2.
We are authorized to. announce Date
iELHoLLAND, Esq.. Is a Candidate (or th &
House of Repreentatives, at the. enski n
election. igbb,25 e 5
We arc authoe izedtu announce OLtyi"
ThWLEs, Esq., as a candidate- 'or. the
House ofRepresentatives, at the, ensuing
election. Feb 25 t-- .4
We are authorized' to announce Col.
ARTaba SIMPKINsas a.:candidate for th..?
House of Represeutatives, at tle-ensuing
Feb 25 to . -.r
Wyare authorized to 'announce. JOHN-:
W EVER, Esq.. as a candidate fur the NHNiso
of tepaesantatives, at the ensning elctifon:
March 11 - ... -.te 7.
(70- We are authorized to announce
M. GRAIaM. Esq.. as a.:candidate fo:
Ordinary of Edgefield =District, a: the
O-Tge fiiends of SAMso5 B fit .
announcehim as a candidate.for 'he'fficl#
of Tax Collectorat the next eleetion.
het. 30 .tf 40
(' The friends of EDaruNp Monaas,
Esq., announce.him as a candidate for-the'
office of Tax Collector-at thenext election.
Nov 6. -.f 1
We are aut ized to announce GEoROE
J SaisPasi6 as a candidate-for-the office
of Tax Collector, at the next ielection, -
Dec. 48' -
7The friends of Col. JoBQtrrtTL".
BuM announce him as..a.candida&for ah
office of Tax Collector, at the eitelec
11ion: .Sep 3 ~ to . -. 32
tion: T he -friends of L ieur. J. M B ;
H aaats, announce-him. aa.a candidate fa'
he office of tax-Collector at tbea iiexelec
O?'We are authorized to announce
MARSHAL R. SMITH-as-a candidate
;or Tax Collector'ai the next election.
-Dec 24 - '.. y 48
* 'The friends of-1aj., S. C. Se&:,
auiiounce him. as, a 'candid -
Colletor a th es l
Lsvir R., WiLsoie, Is u iderf'i
Office o(Tx Colletoatbe iextelectioi.
Feb.26 - . toel 5
To the Independent--Voters of
Felloto Citizens -Cont'r'ary o the ad
vice and wishes of ui9 friends Foffer mn
self as a Candidate for the office of Tax
Collecior, and solicit.,your sup' rayes. If'
elected. wvhich [-do not expect to be,.I will
discharge the duties of the office to the best
of my abilities. -IOLUI
September 10 di e 3
Dr'. A. WV. Yeumgblood,
O FFERS his p rofesr-ional services to the.
emtzens of Edgefield Village and vicinity.
Office ntext door, East of Dr. R. .T. Minia
residence. .4pril 22 tf 13
N7ice. - ..
ALL Persons having demands agains
Athe Estate qf Win. Brunsbn, de -
ceased. are requested to -renider them in
are'nrdinzg to law. Those -indebted in said
Es'ate are requested to make immediate
A pril 22 t( 18
'IHE undersigned hae formed a part
..nership in the practice of Law aud
Equity for Edgefield. One or tis otner
will attetid .iue Courts of A bheville, Barqt..
well and Newl-erry..
Office at Edgefield C. H.
N. L. GRIFFIN,
_________ M. L. JBONHAM.
State of' South Carolina.
iN TI'HIE COMMlON PLEAS.
John B. Gorden -
Joseph M. Perry. - .
Alex. J. La wton
vs. >A ttachment..
Joseph M1. Parry. .- -
TH E Plaintiff's hasing this day filed
.their Declarations in the above state4,
cases in my office. It is therefore, Ordere4t
that the Defendant do appear and plead ta
the said Declarations -within: a J)ear ast
day from the date hereof, or. in .defauit
thereof final and absolute .judgmeots irMtl
be given and awarded against the said
Defendant 'n both she-above stated'epsas
THOS G. B'ACON..
Clerk's Office, 28th'Aprii, 184 w
A pril 30 .14 "ly~ .r
State of' Sontk taroiE~
James Eidson; -Applicant. sa.. . Sait
James Rndgers & wife..Sarah, ' -.i
Sanm'l Eidson and othets-.Def't.' 4t.
IT a.ppearing to imy'satisfaction hatUd6t
U.Salter, WVilliam 'Batr, -Bee.Eidsou
William Eidfoni RowlandIL-Eidsoet. srkiw
Nor wood and wife -Elizabeth, .Humaphreyu
Eldson, Wiley Eidson and Alles.-ideoir lives
beyond the Jlimit-of this Statej i is threfore.
ordered, that ih~y do apipear audbieet Ao
the sale rdj diii-orttheteai'Eati f -las. #
Eidson. Sierr., ilecaaanded ort b~ore the
first Monday intnne negt&or :theiirconsesie
to liksame> *llbaentered of record, '
Given uinder my hand, at my iflice, 28th
February,18j6. . ~ ~ .~
oHN* H.L1w 6