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DY virtueofrsunilrV writs of erm Pa
} ciasto'e directed, Iwill proceed to
'sell at Eilgifield Court House, on the first
Monday and Tuesday in-Jpne next, the
'following property in the rollowing'deles,
. David Richardson vs. David Little ;
Eldred, Warren and others, severally, vs.
the same; the followihg negro slaves, to
wit - Manny arid her two children, Doub
lin and Andrew.
Richard Bailie vs. James R. Kimbrell,
the following negro slaves, to wit : Mary
and her two children, Amy,and Sophia.
Joel Smith and others, severally, 'vs.
William Lewis, ono grey Horse.
Wm. P. Butler vs. L. T. Wigfall; Ar
thur Wigfall vs the same ; John L. Man
ning Assignee, and others, severally, vs.
the same, the following negro slaves to
wit : John. Hellen. Bob and Flora.
C. J. Glover vs. David Hoyt, the same
vs. the same, one grey Horse.
Terms of sale cash.
A. BOULWARE, S. E. D.
May 12 3t 1.6
B Y virturo of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
. cias tt' me directed, I will proceed
te sell at Edgeield Court House, on the
First Monday and Tuesday in June next,
the following, property, it tie following
The Batk of Hamburg, S. C., vs. Oliver
Simpson ; George Parrott and others sev
erally, vs. the same; the tract of land
known as the Lamar tract, containing-two
thousand acres, more or less, on Horse
Creek, a'ljoiuing lands of \ ade Glover,
F. U. Wardlaw and others.
Also, the follow ittg lots of land in the
Town of Hamburg. S. C., and known in
the plan of said town of Hamburg. S. C.,
as Lots numbers 55, 65. 71, 157, 153,159,
160, 162, 322, 323, 324. 325 and 326.
And, also, eighty acres, more or less,
known as the Park or Shutz's Hill, inclu
ding lots ,-umbers 351 and 352, in the
plan of said t'own of l atmhurg, S. C.
Terms of sale chash.
The above lescrited property will he
re-sold at the risk of the former purcha
[1. BOULW ARE, S. E. D.
Mav7 4.. 16
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias,
.to me directed, I will prnceed to sell,
at Edgefield Court House, on the first
Monday and Tuesday in June next, the fol
lowing property, in the following cases:
Jeremiah V. Stokes vs. P. H. Rooney.
a lot of laud in the Town of Hamburg.
known in the plan of said Town as Lot
number 1:33, fronting on Centre Street.
Smith & Griggs vs. Darling D. Plunket,
8. B. Ravenell and others severally, vs.
the saine; the following Lots in the town
of Hamburg, S. C., known in the plan of
said town as lots nuLnbered 217, 218, 219,
220,,221 and 222, bounded on- the, North
by-Tilfman Street, South by Cobb Street.
East . Suowden, Street, and West by
Thomas Guarettvs, Caleb Broadwater
and lSicribitgitBioadwater, a tract -of
land cotaining one hundred and fifty-acros,
more or less, adjoining lands'of William
Garrett, Mrs. Nikott atld others ; letied on
as the property of the Defetddut Caleb
Presley & liryah vs. ltidoftpi Cal-ter;
a-tract of land containing five thousand
acres, whereon the Defendant lives, ad
joining Idrids of Johhi Wise and others.
Brannon & Anderson, bearer, is. Re
becca 13ugg and Edward Settle, a tract of
laud whereon the Defendnt lives, con
tainog otne hundred acres, more ar lui ad
joihhag 1auds of Mtargatrett Ogilvie and
TIermrs of sole. cash.
H-. B3OUL WA RE, s. E. D.
May 7, 1846. e16-tds.
WIONDE~RFUL ! WONDERFUL!!
VDr. Cullen's indian Vegetable Pa
ntacea, for the cure of Scrofula. and all uim
purities of the blood.
We at-c in possession of certificates,
from gentlemecn of thme highest respecta
bility, showing the extraordinary virt ues
of thte above preparation-One of which,
from an Alderman~in the Northern Liber
ties, who-has been curedi of White Swell
ing. atnd an ulcer that had been openfifty
years ! .Another, describing a case of
T1'-rrmc, that covered ite etttire body,
cured by otte boitlc. Another, of b'crofu
La. cured also by one bot tle. These are
only a few of the cases whicht have come
to our knowledlge- It couttains no Mercury,
or any of its prepatrattiotn.
Sold whlesale and retail, by
JOS. Tr. ROWLAND.
No. 376 1Alarket Street, Phil.
For sale at Edgefieki C2ourt House, by
U. S. RtOBE R'S, Agent.
The State of South Carolina,
1Mary'Loveless. A pp. )
vs. *Summons in
Benjanlin F. Loveless Partition.
and others Defend ants.J
I T. appearing to nty satisfaction that
.KWilson H. Loveless, one of the do
flndants, retides nvithout the limi:s of this'
Stars; it is therefore Ordered, That ho do
appear and object to the division, or sale,
of te Real Estate of Martin Loveless,
deceased, on or beibrEt thie first Monday in
July next. or his-consent-to the same wiill
he entered of record.
Given under my band- at- my- ofiie,
April 3r 1846& ,JOHN H ILL, o. E. D~
'' H E'Subscriber wishing to leave
thte Stat4,offbers hi, LANDS for'
sale, lying in A bbeville District. o:; tw 'katers
7- of Rocky River, two miles east of Lonndeville,
and'only six from the Savannah iser, coni
sistrng' of Twelve H undred Acres, otte' h'alf
eletited aid' the balance in woods, o~n a credit
one, two and three years; istalment bearing
n ' (Ia!id>Plantation there is a good DWEL
-~-LliiG, asuew GIlNtHOUSE and SCREW,
an v~ig ouses and all out-houses new.
3 ~ ~a~lattin14uder good repair.s -
Hnyj psiiovhingopurchase will do well
tralicaJnthesubbelf~r - -
JOHN A. MARTIN
mavinla, March 18 2m -(IBaa) 0,9
COLUMBtA, S. C. April 21st, 1846. t
By His Ecetlency iWM. AIKEN. Esq., Go
vernor and Commander in Chif in and over
'the Safi of .outh Carolish.
WL~ H ER EAS, information has be re'cevd
W at this Department, that an atrocionu
murder was committed on the body of Hector,
by Renty, both the slaves of John M. Chisulm,
at his plantation on Savannah river, on the
night of the 29th March, uit. Now xnow YE,
that in order that the said slave may be brought
to legal trial,.J WILLIAM AIKEN, Governor of
the State afo?8said, do hereby issue this, my
Proclamation, offering a reward of OiE tibs
DRED DOLLARS, for the apprehension and de.
livery of the said slave Rcnty into any Jail in
RENTY is about thirty-five years of age,
sit feet hlgh.ohile ion brownish black,stnops
in walking, of a down cast look, and has a pe
culiar manner of clinching his teeth while
Given under my hand, this 21st day of Abit,
in the year one thousand eight hundred and
furtysix. and in the seventieth year of Amer.
ican Indep'ehd'ence. WILLIAM AIKEN.
By the Governor.
ROST. Q. PINCENEY, Seretary of State.
Miy 6 St 15
Dr. EB 1nnkths Plus.
To THOSE WHOSE OCCUPATIONS TEND TO
PRODUCE OR AGGRAVATE DISEASES.
This class of individuals is very name
rous. They are those who work in an
unhealthy atmosphere. Printers, *ork
men in feather stores. stone etttiers, ba
kars, white lead manufacturers, are dll
more or less subject to disease according
to their strength of constitution. The only
method to prevent disease, is the occa
sional use of a medicine which abstracts
from the circulation all deleterious humors,
and expels them by the bowels. Tonics
in any form are injurious, as they only put
off the evil day to make it more fatal.
The use of Brandreth's Pills will insure
health, because they take all impure mat
ters out of the blood. and the body is not
weakened but strengthened by their ope
retion, for these valuable Pills do not
force, but assist nature, and are not oppo
sed, but harmonize with her.
Sold at Dr. Brandreth's Office, 241
Broadway, at 25 Cents per'box.
Dr. Brandreth's.Principal Office 241 Broad
way, N. Y. ; other offices in New York.
g TThe genuine only for sale in Edgefield
District, by R. S. RoBEItTs. Edgefield C. H.,
Kenriek & Tdayer Hamburg, J. S. k D. C.
Smyley Meeting Street. Also, by J. M. IWil
(iams, Aiken, and by atleast one agent in ev.
ery District in the State.
Every Agent having the genuine has a cer
tificate-of Agency, signed by the Doctor him
self. Edgefeld C. IH., May 13, 1846 St 16
Jayne's hair Tonic!
We know Dr. Quigley personally, and
there is. no man, in the cenntry whose
opinion is entitled,-to more. respect.. He
is on all subjects honeit; and sicere, and
his high character as a Physician can be
attested by the first medical men in the city
Shepherd's Town, Va., Oct. 10. 1843.
Dear Sir,-You inquire.of me w ether
I have used yduif'Hair Tdnic, and with.
Several years ago rrty hair began to
rall rapidly from the scalp, and I had the
prospect of piremnature baldness. Ai
length a friend .repommended yout: Hair
Toiiic. I used three or four bottles, ac
cording to the printed directiotns, and ai
the end of six months, my hair was thick
set, and sine', iid tendency td ttirn grey
was arre'sted. .
I have never before given a certificate,
recommending patent medicines, which in
discrminately used, as they often are, do
much injury ;but in a case like the pres
ent, where I know tife article to bw .bens
ficial, and that it can do no harm, I have
no scruples in stating facts within my own
knowledge. Your's. &c.,
JOHN QUIGLEY, M.D.
Dr, D. Jaynec. Pailadlelphia.
R. S. ROBE RT'S is Dr. D. Jayne's
only Agent at Edigefield Court House.
May 6 3t 15
Land for Nale.
TlHE Subsctiber has determninedi to uiffer
at private sale, the wvell known tract of
Lanti oh Wthich he niow resides, on the Pine
Housee Road. leadinag to Hamburg, li miles
from the Pine House, fornmeuly known an
Evan's. it is an excellentst and for a small
doiz~try business, either for a Grocery or Dry
Goods Store. The tract contains 156 acres,
more or less, an . thge lapdis in a good'st'ate for
cultivation. For particulars, apply to the
subscriber on the premtises. .MGRY
April 8 3m 11
$20 Reward !
R ANAWYy: frumni thts stibadriber, about
~the 10th of' January. a Negro Woman.
by name of NICY, of dark compleion, about
38 yars of age ; she is supposed to be about
Chales Glover's plantation, w'here she has*
beeni seen. The ab'ove rewardl will be paid to
any person who will dieliver her to me at Edge
feld Court House.
S. F. GOOb. E.
SEdgefeld C. H1., April 29 ;f 14
State of Souitii Carditr. a
etnuel P. Getson 'and Wife,) Summons
A pplicants, es 8ebren 0' -t itr%
Sullivan and'ihers; Def'Ls. )Partition. I
I 'Pappethariiig to my satisfaction that iiebren
0. Sulliv an, Thomas Sullivan, Dawson
Bullvan. Williarn Quarles and wife Eliza- E
eth,~and Williarri Q'arlem.jr, a ne phe w, heirs
and distribu'tees- of the real estate of Ell'en' t
Saulliandeceased, live withiodt the limits of
I6 i8ethite, htis therbfbreordered'that they do '
ppear and object. to, th~e ,,diviaion or. sale of I
be real estate rafiiresaid on the Bret Monday I
in ituly next-, or their consent to tdie same will
e entered of-td6td.e e '
SGiven underij hjandiat my'$ffide, this-Sthr
aof Aril484: JOHN LL; o: u.z.
We hre an'tlidto ainonie JOHNi B.
WEVERk.lg g eahidda;eiforsi uoso' ts
f Repiesentatives, at the'ehauiigeloeetla;
Ythe last Will andTe O. .
. ande Dorner, deceasedrJa oCSach
sland, provision has biben~iadeturi i.in~i
ihadice and education of'a numbeudo iigentj
rphans of this District. under thpatge~ofl4
earsu-and by an act ofdie Legialatnre,-Comr
nisAiondra have been appointed s carry out
h'be9evolent desuigspf tie,Tes ,1iff eY
ave prdiireda 'inible locatiornsateah[8J
and, eight miles helow -Hambirg aaddesign
a soon as they can 'ascertain the-h umber of
ehdficiaries, to erect suitable- luiilngs for
heir accommodation, hn tib gi5esyv
es of a competent person .to t ryakof.
he Institution. -
The design of this communicat io so
icit the co-operatioi ofthe itiz n rally
ut more particularly of the hielgeOf
Free Schools, in ascertaing'tie nnt of ch.il
ren in their respective' neighid
:o the benefits designed by the jtis t n-f
he Testator: ,. ; r .
Communications addressed to ,i a roogh tie
[amburg Post Office will- be- fullyre
D. ARDIS Cot n'rs.
G. B. hILLS.
A pril 29 - f t l
SThe Hamburg Journal will co j_":
DEALERS A hand
STJIPLE DRY G (ID&S
HAMBURG,-(S.. C.,) COLUVMUi (S. C.).
MOUN:T WILLIN, Edgefield, S;. PaaK 5,
- Edgefield, S. C., and ArsTHb GA.
M OST respectfullylinvite.theS,tention of
their friends, and the publisija.geseral,
to their extensive stock of Nero ,and Fash
ionable Sprin Gaods, just received .and. par
chased for cash in New YorkI and.oston
Markets, and which they- are determined to
sell as low as any establishment inCharleston.
Among their various articles may be found,
Graduated Lawn Robes; Gingham Lawn,
Prints, from 64 to 37& cents, ;Blenched and
Barge Satin Striped Shawls and Scarfs,
Swiss, Jaconet, Crossbarred and Caiibric
Muslin; .* , Linen
Bleach and Brown in:eln rligs,-Diaper;
Gipsey, Leghorn, Straw,-Lawn and silk
Bonnets; r -
Stockings, Gloves, Mitts; Parasols and
Panama, Leghorn, Palmleaf, d ird died
Fur Hats ;
Fine Cloth, Cassimere; ChambramzVestingl
Ladie's, Gentlemen's, Youth's. and Chil
dren's Shoes, and a great disaggiher arti
cles too numerous to mention,, 'They also,
keep in their Store, at Mourit Willing. all
those articles usually kept in eitsive coun
try Stores, viz: Hardware, Grouery, Crockery
April22 .m 13
NEW SPRING GOODS.
WM. KETCHAM &CC.,
HAMBURG, GO. CA.
AVE received their Spring. supply of
Dry Goods, of the latest style and pat
!erns, consisting in part of Graduated Robes,
Plain Muslin Robes, Rich :Drapery Chintz,
Printed Lawns, new styles, :mrages, Ging.
hams and Musalins,. Ciambray Gingham, for
children, Book, Mill, Jac net Crosa Barred,
Swiss and Cairbric^Mnslins --on -Linen
Drills, Brown Linedn TableCloths, by the
yard or pattern, Dalaas .b~ jiayer, Irish
Linen, Linen. She ig, and Gress
Skirting, Rich fancy = t a lot o
superior:Cahico is, at' 4e ta .:col'
Nankeeuis, Checks agicks $ eoves; Parasols,
Parasolettes, Sun Shades, Linen Cambric and
Silk Handkerchiefs, Furnituia Dimily. Frin
ges, Palm and Leaf flat sLadies' and Misses'
plain Straw and Leghorn Qipsey Bonnets.
Flowers, Tabbs and Ribbons, Ladies' fine Kid
Slippers, Children's black and colored Shoes,
&c. A lot of hosiery, 33 r cent. cheaper
than ever before of'ered in tA i market, all of
which, together with 'o'r fordiier stock, rwil be
id lowo, for Pre~mpt Pay. 1
April 19.- 13t
Mary Moore and others, . Bil fot'
vs. Michael Bai, Adm't Injustraien an
and others. . Relief.
IT appearing to the satisfaction 'af the omn
Umissioner, that Geoi-ge W: Yaxrborough,
md Elizabeth his Wife, Defendants in this
ase, reside withaout the limits of this State,.on
notion of Mr. Bausketi. Comppl. Solicitor, it is
ardercd that the D60snait..d8' Ager aid
lead, answer or demur, to the Comapla'innts
abill of cornpltaint, within three months from th
mblication, hereof, or the said bill will te takte
'o confesso. aga'init thent. . . n
. S. S. TOMPKINS, . E .D
SApril22 1846 _____3m 13
Souith Carol ff4.
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT.
Bland, Catlia & Co., )Bill for Dis
and others, es.. covery and
lias Abrahams'and others. Reliaf:
I N conformity to the order of Chancellor
I Johnston, in this case, public notice is
ereby given to the creditors of Hollis [Danton1
o render to me their demands agais tihe
-unds in dispute. in this case, on Monday the
8th day of May next. Those negledting to
ende~r their detnahds, pruperly attested, on
hat day, will be excluded -b the terms oif
aid order from atny participation ini the said
unds. S. S. TOM PKINS, C. E. E -D.
April22 - 6t 13
HE Subsrbet respectfully 'infoi'me his
friends and tif' pi~fi:at large, that he
as had -his Honse thoroughtly repaired anid
as made a large uiddition to the same~ by the
dirhase of the adjoi'ningr House, wbich will
iable him to accommodate at least forit' or
iny inore persons-dot'n Coj . ;,angther
imes'thad'hie formerl d idrswhole aim
as been concentrated thle comfort and con
enience of all those who have favore~d him.
lth their' pifl-oegsan'the ffattersuluimself
hat a discerning anad generous public will con
inue to bestowr on'him a share of their 'avors.
He wvill; as heretofoi-eyendeavor., to frnish
isTable with- the best that the coutry can
Having removed hiis1Uar at the fitrthee
ad of the House adjoining, little at" no an
oyance can'lie experience'd by~those who put
p at his Htotel'.
His' Bar aWill ~bie farnished with diei best
,cunrs; and his Stables :.Upplied with good
bd Wholesbepovedeand.attentive Hlost
- BM REjN.
Februal9 25 - t 5
HESubtiri ea roale 3, 0 lbs.
pides,. c und4egl of Cut Nails.
io.4 Ato flo 20;
*-r - S;-F. GOOD)E.
H. L JEFFERS 4
e'iural Agent and Commission
lMirehant, Hamburg, S. C.
TILL of'era h 4ervices to his friends and
.tlie public, nd he will devote his undivi
ed attention to e
SELLING OF COTTON AND FLOUR,
REclvING AND FORWARDING GOODS.
Iyinig Goods for tatnters or Merchants, or
attend to any basimss that may be
. committed to his care.
He embraces this oppiortunity of tendering
is thanks to his friends for their liberal patton
;e'jiretofore estowd, and by industry and
lose attention to 'business. he liopes to, merit,
nd to continue to receive the esme. It shall be
us aim to make all lhis'eharges as light as pos
ible, knowing that it will he to his interest to
-lahely observe the interest of his friends.
Liberal advances 'will be made if required on
produce sent to him for sole or store. Co.tt n
tent to him by Boats, will be received free of
oharfage. All produce sent to him for sale
will be promptly sold on arrival, if so ordered.
August ti tf 28
Valuable School Books !
J UST received from Philadelphia, U rea &
ELLIOT's. valuable series o1 Conmasson
School Readers. Nos. 1.2.3 and 4.
These Books are the best series of Readers
that have ever been preseuted to tlhe Schools
in South Carolina. 'o be sa'tisfed of this,
please call and examine them. all who feel an
interrst in the correct instruction of the youth.
Also, Dr. Ruschanherger's First Books of
Natural History. putbshed fljao by .Grigg &
Elliott. comprising Anatomy and Physiology,
Mammalogy, Ornithology, ltchyology and
Herpetology, Conchology Entomology, Bot
any and Geoloty. being the best Elenentary
works upon this subject, evor before published;
and every family library ought to have a set of
them, and every youth instr-cted in them.
These Books have recommendations of the
higliest bharacter, from Teachers iu .South
Carolina and Georgia.
Grimsha.w's Histories of Napoleon, Rome,
Enland, France. Greece and United States,
with Keys and Qnestions to the same. Jone's
Chemistry and ,Plilosophy, latest additio;
Hind'e & Mason's Farrery; Bigland's School
Edition of Natural History; Shakspeare, two
voinmes, gilt; Josephus. 2 vols., do,; Village
Sermonsi; Say's Polical Economy; Rogers',
Heinan's, Eilt'n, &c. Works; Dictionary of
quotations; Siniley's Arithmetic, and Key
an'd tales ; Byron. illustrated, extra gilt edge;
Crabbe, do.; Cowper. do ; Eberli's Notes,
Practice, 2 volumes, and on Children; U. S.
D~ispensatory ;anaily...fray e, Life of Jack
sons; Genta. and Ladies Lexicons; Sauca's
Morals; :Chistyrfield ; Book of Politeness;
Daughter's Own. Bpok ; Western Sonster:
Beanett's Letters; Wee.n's Washington and
Marion; &c., &c., together with --
Story Books for Children.
For .sle by G..L & E. PENN.
Edgedeld C. H., April 1, 1846 3m 10
AS just aeceited, ate} Will keep con
stantly on hand, a fresh supply of
Drugs. Medicines. Paints. Oils
and ye Stuffs.
He does not think proper 'I. Humbug the
public, by advertising his prices. but petsons
wishing to purchase may be assured. that he
will sell at as Low PRicEsas any one in Edge
field. Hainbugor Augusta. ..;
The following constitutes a part of his
stock of Medicines :
.Epsom and Glauber Salts,
Caster Oil in bottles, or by. the gallon.
Caloinel, Tart. Emetic, Assafatida, Arrow
gtQ ,Rhibazb,Jalap, MsnesiaGum MyrrI;
-loesGanboge, Cagebe P'pper, Morphilne.
Cremor Tatar,"Opium, Ladaunum,"Paregonr
ic, Quinine, Preparations .of Iron,'. Squills,
Sweet Oil, Sarsaparilla Root, and preparations
of the same. Capaiva, Chloride of Soda, Ether,
Camphor, Nitre, Ammonia Hive Syrup, and
any other article that may be called for.
UTAll gut On. Ja Zr4's Medicines, wairanted
genuine. Sold as cheap as can be found at
any Drug Store, in this or any other place;
obtuined -.iirectly from Dr. Jayne, thiough
his only Agent in Augusta. Sraaila
Bull's Sarsaparilla. Sand'sSrapil,
Carpenter's Do. Philotoken,
Carpenter's Extract Cubebs and Copaiva,
Trarrant's Do., M~ledicommen:u m, Godfrey's
Champiani's Fever and Ague Pills. Champi
an's Vegitablo. Anti-dyspeptin Pills, Hull's
Faeae' and Ague Pills, Spencer's Pills, H uall's
Lozenges. Peter's Pill's, Cook's Pill's. Do
'ont Tooth Drops, Trhomupsoni's Eye Waters.
'ahnestock's Vermifuge, Thompsonian 3 l
cires, Row.and's Tonic Mixture, Seidliiz and
Sodfa fodd~ers, Swain's Panacea, Turlington's
Balsam, flay's Liniment, Harrison's Oint
nenit, .iure cuae for acald head. Ccarpa's
(ccoustic Oil. for deafness, and all oilier
Patent Medicinzes in commion use.
PAINTS AND) OILS.
iWhittead,of all kinds; Red do ; Veri-.
rIs Spanish Brown. Venetian Red, Vandyke
Browvn,. Turkey Houmber, Chromne Green
.erome Yetiow, Vertuillion, Stone Ochro.
vory f.lack., Terra Sienna, Drolp Lake Pa.
ntBlack, Lamp Black, Yellow Ochre, Lyth-.
re', R'ussiumr Blue, Turpentine, Rose Pink,
farnish of all.kinds, Linseced Oil, TIrain (il.
.aimp Oil, Neat's Foot Oil, and all the Essein
- : . .ECSTUFFS.
Spanish Float, Indigo, Annatte. Mladder
Eogwood, Camwood, Brazil Wood. Fustic,
fed Saundere, Tumeric, Coperas. Alum,
3luestonie, a'nd all other Dye Stufis.
Black Pepper. Allspice, Mace, Cinnamon,
3loves, Ginger. Race and Pulverized Nut
Window Glass, from 8 x J0 up to 20 x 30
'utty. Whiting, Sperm Candles,Cantdle.Wickl.
Jadile Soap, Chalk, Court Plsster, Flax
Iledd,'Walisrs, Tootib Brushes. Glue, Gold amd
silver Leaf, Syrinjes of~ all kinds, Trusses.
uk, Black and N:ed, ink Potdders. Lemion
lyrup, Mluotard, Pink Saupegs', Snuff, Liqttor
ie, Matches, Pumemice Stone, Rotten Stone,
ial Eratus, Potash, Salt Petre, Sealing Wax.
ponge, Starch, Paint Brushes of every de
criptuon, White Wash Brushes. Dusting
krushes, Sweepinig Brushas,"Scrubbing, H orse.
Lnd Shoe Brushes, Hair Brushes, S~having
loxes, 8having Soap, cf all kinds, Washing
laps,Tdlikt Soaps. Rose; of various kinds;
v'ariety uf Gne a'rticles of Tobacco. Also,
ie out Tobacco for smoking and chewving.
E~mmery, Nursing Bottles. Nipple Shells,
2np'ping Glasses, Lancets, Aldohol, R at and
rach Bane, Sash -Tools, Camal's Hair, and
lable Hair Pencils.
All the above articles' aie wari-anted good,
ad sold on terms to please purchasers for
ash, oron approved credit.
J D. TIBBETTS.
Edgefield C. HI., March 11 tf 7
O19M-Lrge Spanish (W.4..
- 10 M. Spanish (L Valedos)
JT0 M,. do (R.P. M.)
n'M1.Imperial Regalias, (,-Yennse)
ust received, anid for sale by.
.Ihtbeg,146SIBLE.F- & -CRAPON
g: N exeljqtd'afiiele of Wsrzns ST 1aNED
'IAMP'OIL.2 For sale b'y
W'holesale & Retail Grocers
CORNER CENTRE AND .RAREET STREETs,
HAVE just received, and will continne to
receive fresh supplies of the following
articles, which'they offer to their friends and,
he trade, at the lowest market prices :
30 hhds. consisting of St. Croix, Clairfiold
Porto Rico and Muscovado.
Double Refined Loaf, Crushed and Powdered
50 bags Old Government Java Coffee,
10 do. Angostura do.
125 choice Rio do.
I 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, 2j 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 bde. Trinidad Molasses
25 bbls. New Orleans. do
50,000 pounds [ron, of all si es. Also,
a good asaortment of Hoop and Band.
Iron, German an Caster & Cast Steel.
BACON & SALT.
30,000 Primo Country Sides.
2,000 Sacks Salt,
5 do Table Bilt:
Boxes Table Salt.
10 dozen I Maple Chairs
25 do Windsor do
10 4o Cane Seat,
2 do Chlildreus, do
2 do Boys, d
2 do Offices, . do
2 do Rocking, do
1 do Nurse. do
2 bales 9.4 Blki . -
3 do 10-4 do (weighing 7 lbs. to the
A good assortment of Bed Blankets from
10.4 to 124.
1.000 yds. Washington Jeans (heavy,)
1000 do. Coventry Plains.
10 Kegs, (assorted Sizes)
150 Bags, assorted Sizes
30 Kegs 1F. DupodI's Powder
10 do Blasting
20 do Eagle,Sporting, do
5000 lbs pure No. ], N. Y. Union Mills
50 Boxes Teas. Consisting of gun pow.
der, Hieon and Impetfial
6 ises attees, " "
1 hest Black Tea "
200 Bbls. fresh Rock Limae.
Also-Plaster Paris. .;
Ginger, Pepper.Spice Cinr'amoj;R tmiegs.
Indigo; Saltpetre, Blue .Stone:Copperaq.
,ShdeThread, Snpuotten.& Wool Caid,
Brd Bond' Bv 'etd Btzke6a,
Wasdi;;; Stand B esen'Seythe
Sneeds, Coffee MillSo i ow &' pern
Candles; Wag nBoxe s' M sures, Saddle:
lions, Windorr G easMStarch,'Pistols, To.
tings, Boots, Shoes, Wool Hats,RiceClothes
Baskets, Almonds, Bcnrskine Mackerel,
Mustard, Fifth Chains. Lamp Oil; a choice
article of Chewing Tobacco; Vinegar. Bexes;
C Cider, Barrel Covers, Cod Fish, Plough
Moulds. Sole Leather, Nankeens, Choco
late. &c., &c.
WVA NT ED-10.000 lbs. BEES WAX, for
which cash will be paid.
Hamhnrg, 1846 rf 1
State of South CarotIa,
EDG'EFI RLD DiSTRICT.
Robert TF. Moore, vs. Henry) Bill for
Yarborough and George W. injunction
Yarboi-ough.. and relief.
IT ppearinG t6 the satisfaction of the
Comsiner th'ai (.eorgi WV. Varbo
rough, one of the defendants in this suit,
resides beyond the limiits of this State,
n motion of Mr. Bausketi1 Plaiutiff's
Attorney, it iiordared that the 6aid de
pendant dlo appear and plead, answer or
:lemur to the complainants said bill of
'namplaint, within three months fromt the
publication hereol, or the said brll wilibe ta
ten pro confesso against bim.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D1.
Dom o's. Of Fe~b 24 1846 3m5
state of South Carolina.
James Eidson, Applicanj. s. Simmons
:aimes Rodgers & Wifg Sarah, inc
am'l Eidson aiid others Def'ta. Paritiona.
T appearing to my satisfaction that Gideon'
Sakter, William Salter, Boyce Eidson
N~illiamn Eidson, Rowland Eidson, Larkin
'orwood and wife Elizabeth, [liilireys
~idso'n, Wiley Eidsoti and Allen Eidson lives
eyond the limits of this State, it is therefore
rdered, that they do appear, .and object to
he sale or division of the Real Estate of Jsa.
Bidson. Senr., dggssed, on or before the
irst Monday' inatine next, or their consent
o the same will be entered of record.'
Given- under my hand, at my office, 28th
*JOHN HILL, o. E. U.
March 4 12w . 6
Tr arrant's Comnpound Extract
OF CUBEa. AND CAPAVAN, stands. unn
raled for its efficacy. It performs a cure in.a
'ew days-no confinement or restriction .in
liet is necessary. It will he found invaluable,
reitig prepared with thegreatest possible care,
ilpon wvell-tested principles, found upon. that
tnportant law, first estab'i,'hed by the celebra
ed Dr. Fordvce, viz: "That a comb'initioni
rl shtilar iirledies will pf-oducea more certain
peedy and considerable e'ffet than an equiv
ilent dose of any single ne." 'uA acombinsa;
ion of Caibeha and Dapavia form a very use
url medicine ini cerumn cases." -Si. Coojper,
P. R. S.. M. R. S., &c., &c. .
I'his article' is'jist jeceived,aiidJqr sale by:..
.ec1. J. D. TIBBETT'&..
A.LL. Persouhbavinr demands. against
the -Estate :,Of Win. Brunomr der
reased, are'i'equested to render them -in
reedrdifto law;.:Those imieb.htsaRai
lEisate are requested totutake imnmediate
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election. et 6~
noune ..apr'TIOS(Tfiii$ _ '. , .
candidate for ii1 S .hii"at =r'ifI&~
election.:lf tMi ~' Y'b$.
tune, at the euduingyeletioh4J
* ~e. are anthoriz-' _ - -o~
S. -BROOKS. as.acmncidulte.
at the ensui-kglcio. - ej
We are'authorized ze mndioii~*I
DOBY;Esq4as-a cdtdi frog'f~ 4 ~
gislature at the ensuing ele~o~n 'c +
Wo; are authorized'i&'s njutee O
IgLHQLLAKND, Eeq~. as a candi4 to'4 t a l.'o
House of Represenaivs act i.
election. Fb 2g
We arc antbo4 zed t:aupa -+
TOWzxs,. -Esq. , aa aIK~et
House of Representatives,te
election. Feb '7 to
We are auhrzdt-ai~lu~
ARTHUR SIMPKZNB as a'eni %#d rk
House of Represetaties,: au~j.~ a
Feb 25 ~ '-te W-~
QbWe 'are autborized: 'Wtndoat
le. GRUHAM. Esq. ,s'- . di
Ordinary- of Edgefielo DITItr *
IT?" Tb. friends of EDMIir1aUR Z,
E.announce i a can lid riio.,
office of Tax Collector a t b. nu3*l ''fl, ..
*We are authorized to annoneiZi@.
of Tax Collector, a t tenteO0
'The friends of Col:4 jo&1 1u
BUM announce him as, a~addio tr
office of' Tax Collector, at .'h~nx
lion. Sep 3 e;
071 The friends of Lioiti. t JI_"
HARRItS, announce him;z 0".~
be office of tax Collector at t 'next ece
OWe are -anu ori z etj o
MAR8L1IAL R: 8M I1Has t :caite
for. Tax 4.ollector at they ei )c n
-Dec 24 ...t.
tt1The friends rif "Mgj' - Sco n.
Cclteiorat the ensujrraelecti~ -
Nov 6. T if ,
0? eare : aushoz di,
Off ce ofTax Colector~at ihejiex s
'sel : "' q ' r -
IFFER hisj"r'fti .
Office ex door, Fatoef eDr.lt"R.i .: