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rtaW indy writs of Fieri Facias,
do m'edirected tIll'proceed to sell at
she-honseof the defendant. on Weddesday-the
-hirddayofJeanneit.the following property,
in the following cases, to wit:
A. Wigll vs. L. T. Wigfall; W. P. Butler
vs. the same; S. Christie and W. M. Burt and
others, severally, vs. the sane; two cows. me
ven head of -hogs, household and kitchen fur
-niture, sand a library -df books.
'erms f sale cash.
'H. BOU'LWARE. S.. E. t)
May 18 ' t '18 .
Saddlery kaad Harness
-I take 'great pleasure in
returning to my patrons and
friends iii general, my sin
cdre thanks, for their very
liberal patronage during the
past year '1 would also,
take this -ppoittiity to in
form them. that I shall still
continue'to carry on my bi.
siness at my old stand, at the first door above
Presley and Bryan's brick store; where may
be found, at all times. all kinds of HARNESS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, and all other articles
generally kept in such establishments.
Military equipage. made to order in the most
approved style, wNill also be promptly furnish
ed at my sbop.
All persons wishing to buy, I hope will give
me a call. I shail endeavor to put all my ar
ticles as low, as in justice to myself, I can pos
sibly afford to do. D. ABBEY.
Mlay 13 tf 16
-Mikville. M1uyj 8, 185A6.
T HE Uppef Battalion of the Seventh Reg
iment. will be and appear at the Pine
House, on Saturday the 30th of' May. armed
and equipped as the law dii,-ct., for [rill and
instruction. The commissioned and non-com
missioned Officers the day previous.
T he Lower Battalion will be and appear at
the Cherokee Ponds, on Saturday the 6th of
June next, armed and equiped as the law di
rects. for Drill and Instruction. The commis
sioned and non-comtissioned Officers the day
GILES D. MIMS. Col.
7th RegI. S. C. Mll.
J F. OsBQURNE, Adjutant.
May 13 3t 16
*.* The Hamburg Journal will copy the
above three tumes.
RS. DUPIE mi:orm- ner friends and the
public, that, to meet the wishes of these
parents who desire thens daughters to pursue a
full counse o: study und' r her direction, but
who entertain an-preliesions.ret.pecting the
healthfulness of Charle.:on, she has determin
ed to establish a branch of her Seminary at
AIKEN. for the Summeer months, where will
h offered all the advantages of the city esta
t.- location will be at the Coker Spring,
well known for its salabrity, beauty and re-.
The Exercises will commence May 20th -
A Pamphl'et will be foi warded to those who de
sire further particulars.
Reference may be made to Col. F. W. Piuc
Ezs; Col. Baors. Edgeheld C. H .; Dr. J. W
Charleston, S. C., 190 East Bav street.
May 6 4t 15
iln asserting that the above tnamed
preparation. will, in from three to five
minutes, afford relief in Pleurisy. Quincy,
Toothache, Nervous Headache, and Neu
ralgic pains generally. the proprietor is
justified by a multitude of astonishing
Rheumatism also yields speedily to this
remedy. and Group, in its early (and only
ctir-:hle)'stages, may be overcomte in a fe w
Prs1pared solely by Jos. T. ROWL.D.a
376 Mlarket Street, Philadelphia, where it
may be had wholesale and retail. It may
also be bad of bis agents throughout the
Price 50 cnts per bottle.
For sale at Edgelield Court House by
R. S ROBERTS, Agent.
May20 2t 17
N .&E. PEN N, leave juist received anid
G opened a large aned hundome asseert
met of SPRtING ASS SUM MER GOODS.
purchased in Charlestotn antd New Yor k, coim
prising a general assortment of
Staple and Fancy Goods, Bard
ware, Crockery, Groceries,
Bats, Shors, Bonnets. Books
and Stationery, &addbvry and
and a great variety of otheer articles usnally
kept in our line. All ol which we will sell
on terms to suit the timtes
l7We invite our friends to call and ex
amine our stock.
. April8 tf 11
2'DOES NOT RE ASON ancd corn
mon sense te'ach us that EXPtstToMATION'
is the must natural as well us the most e-f
fectual agent in arresting andi curing Pul
monary Diseases!/ Reasona say s yes, be
cause Obstruction is either immediately
or remotelv the cause of Inflammation
and Castrrhal Fevers, producing Ct-oup,
Conssu t. psion, and Ibscesses of the Lungs,
Paitn ato Seireness ol ime Throat, Breast,
Side., or S hotldere-Bronichia is, exciting
mnucuous and perulenc secretations, there
by Clogging up the lungs. so as to snore
or less impede both respifation and the
free circulation or the blood, causing diffi
culty of breathing, and Asthma, Pleurisy,
Hoarseness and loss of voice, dropsy of
tho heart and chest, rupture of blond yes
els and bleeditng from throat and Longs,
and pjttn of Blood.
To readye this obstrucetion, from which
all these alarming and- dangerous diseases
originate, and to produce a lradicael cure,
nothing has ever been found equal to
Jaynze's ET pectorantt.
It stands unrivalled-it stands pre-emi
Dent'-ty it. and you will be forced to ac
knowledge that its virtues have not, nor
cannot be over-ratled;i ther it stands far
above and beyond the reach of comtpeti
tion ; tbat it is reasonable, the only naturai
and the only truly stuccesful method of ar
resting and curing diseases of the Pulmno
R. S. Roberts is Dr. D' Jaynae'a only
Agenrsa; Edgefield Court House.
Bnore of Cottaterfeits !
4~ ue :ashorized to a~auace Ma
jorJOHN- ~.OJaiESuae.a can~idate
for Uhe house of Representatives; at' the
n... .aman. May 6 to 15
Y virture of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
clai t" me directed, I will proceed
te sell at Edlgefield Court House, on the
first Monday and Tuesday in June next,
the following property, in the following
The Bank of H amhurg, S. C., vs. Oliver
Sirnpou;George Parrott a'nd others sev:
erally, vs the game'; ilie 'tracr. of land
known as the Lamartract,'contain'ing two
thousarid acres, more or less,'on Horse
Creek. adjoining lands of ade'Gl'ver,
F. 11. Wardlaw and others.
Also, the Iollowiug lots of la'nd in the
Town of H amhurg. S. C., aid 'known in
the plan of said townof Hamburg.'S.'C.,
as Lots numbers 55.65. 71, 157, 15-3.159,
160. 162, 322, 323. 324. 325 and 326.
And, also, eighty acres, more or less,
knoiwu as the Park or Shultz's 'ill, iuclu
iding lots numbers 3.1 and 352, in the
plan of said town of Hamburg, S. C.
Terms of sale cash.
The above described property will be
re-sold at the risk of the former purcha
'H. BOULWARE, S. E..D.
May 7 e .16
BY 'virtue of sundry writs of fieri factas,
. to me'directed.1 will proceed to sell.
at Edgetield C'uYt 'House, t'n the first
Monday and Tuesday iu-Jutie'next, the fol
lowing property, in the following cases:
Jeremiah W. Stokes vs. P. H. Rooney.
a lot of land in the Town 'of Hamburg.
known iu the plan'of said Town as Lot
number 133, fronting on Centre Street.
Smith & Griggs vs. Darling D. Plunkei.
B. B. Ravetiell and others sever.ally, vs.
the same; the following Lots in the town
of Hamburg. S. C., known in the plan of
said town as lots numbered 217, 218, 219,
220, 221 aand 222, bounded on the North
h) Tillman Street, South by Cobb street.
East ly Snowden Street, and West by
'T'haamas Garrett vs, Caleb Broadwater
and Scaraorough Broadwater. a tract of
land coi aining one hundred and fifty acres.
mo-e or less. adjoining lands of William
Garrett, Mrs. Nix.n and others ; levied on
as the property of the Defendant Caleb
Presley & Bryan vs. Rudolph Cartor ;
a tract of land containing five thousand
acres, whereon the Defendant lives. ad
joining lands of John Wise and ottiers.
Brannon & Anderson, bearer, vs. Re.
hecca Buge and Edward Settle,a tract of
land whereon the Defendant lis,.con
iaing one hundred acres, inmre or less, ad
joinitac lands of Margarett Ogilvie and
Terms of sale. cash.
11. BOUL WARE. s. t:. n.
May 7, 1846. e16-tds.
NrO T CE.
g ! I E inb.criber wishing to leave
the Statea'ffers his LANDS fir
sale, lying in Abteville District. op the waters
of Rocky River, two miles east of Lonndlsville,
and only six from the Savannah River, con.
sisting of Twelve Hundred Acres. one half
cleated astd the balance in wooda, on a credit
one, two and three years, instalment bearing
On said Plantation there is a good DW EL
LING, a new GIN HOUSE and SCREW,
and Thrashing House and all out houses ne w.
The plantation is tinder good repair
Hny person wishing to purchase will do well
tD call ..n the subscsiber.
JOHN A. MARTIN
Abbeville. Maarcht i8 Sn (Ban) 9
The 'tate of South Carolina,
Mary Loveless. A pp. ')
vs. : Suimmonsin
Benjamin F Loveless~ Partition.
end others Defendants.J
I T appearing to my satisfaction that
Wilsoan H. Loveless, one of the dle
fedants, retides wiihout the limits of this
State, it is therefore Ordered. That he do
appear and object to the division, or sale.
f the Rieal Estate of Martin Lov--less,
deceased. on air before the first Monday in
Jly itext, or his consent to the same will
be entered of record.
Given utnder my hand at my office,
April 3.1846. JOHN lIILL. 0 E. D.
State of South Carolina.
Samueal P Giet amnd wife., Summons
A pplicarits, es. Se-bren 0- in
Sullivan ad oithers. [Def'tq. P'artiin.
I T appesaring to tmy satisfactiuon that Sibren
t). Snullivan. Thnmas Sullivant. Dawson
Sllvan. Walliatn Quarles mind wife Eliza
'eth.en Wol~illiamn Qiaarles.jr. a nephew, lieirs
and disibautees of thme real estate of Ellen
Sulli'aan, deceased. live withouit the Ihnits of
this State, It is ilhert-fiae ordere~d that they dar
app'-ar and object to die divisioni or sale of
the real estate aforesaid on the Bir't Monday
in .July naext, or their consno~t to the same will
be entered of record.
Given tinder my hand a! my office, this 6th
day of A pril, 1846. JOHN HIILLo. E D.
Land for Sale.
T 1H E Subsctiber has dtermitned tai otfer
at private sale, the well krnowna tract of
Land an which he now residles. on the Pine
House Road. leadinag to Haamburg, 1jt miles
front the Pine House. formaealy known as
Eva's. It is ant excellentet and for a small
cotry basiness. either tor a Grocery or Dry
Goids Store. Thet tract contains 156 acres.
more or less. and the land is in a goiid state for
cultivation. Fair particulars, apply to the
subsri~woa ~C. M. GRAY
Aprl8 -____3m 11
*20 Re~ard !
R ANAW iX from the subsci-iber aboth
the 10th of Janiuary.a Negro Woman,
by naime of NWC.,iof dark complexion. about
38years of age ;'she is- stupposed to be about
'harle-.Glover's~ ylantation, where she has
beni seeri: The above reward will be paid to
any person-vho will deliver her to me ar Edge
Edgefild C. I., April29 tf T4
Castings and 1Nailer
- H E ubso:r offers for sale 3,000 lbs.
Spiders, &c. and 100 kegam of Cut Nails.
from No. 4 to INo.20;7 ~
S. F, GOODE.
Feb tnie r,
HE Silbscriber respectfully informs his
friends and 'the- public at large, thit he
has had his House thoroughly repaired, and
has made a large addition to-th& same by the
purchase of the adji inine House. which will
enable him to accommodate at least forty or
finy more persons during Courts :and other
times than he formerly did. is whole aim
'has been concentrated. to the eomfort and con
venietice'of all those, who have favored him
with fheii 'patronage,and be iktteus himself
that a'discerning'and generous pnblic*wIll con
nirhie'to'beatotv on him a share of died favors.
He 'will, as heretofore. eideaver'to urnish
his Table with the bet-thaft "he 'contry. can
Having removed his at the fatbes
eod'of'the House adjoining., litl6r, no an,
noyance can be eapertenced bythe e. who Put
up at his Hotel. . ..
His Bar will be furnished -with the best
Liquors, and, his Stables supplied ' with,6ood
ahd wholesome provender and tentiive host
February 25 1 ?. 5.
NEW SPRING .
WiM. KETCHAM. - CQ.1,
. AMBURG, sO. CA
HjAVE received their Spfiigs pff Of
Dry Goods, olf ie latest style and pat
'erns, consisting in part of Graduated Robes,
Plain Mu'slin Robes, Rich Drapery Chititz,
Printed Lawns, new styles. Berages, Ging
hams and Muslins, Chanbrey Gingham. for
children, Book, Mull, Jaennet. Cross Barred.
Swiss and rambric Musliis Brown Linen
Drills. Brown Ljnen Table :Cloths. 'by, the
yard or pattern, Damask TableDiaper. Irish
Lien, Linen Sheeting, Linen'. and Grass
Skirting, Rich Fancy Spriing Prints. a lot of
superior Calicoes, at 12j cents, fast colors,
$nnkeens, Checks. Ticks; Gloves, Parasols.
Parksulettes. Stiin ShiaTds. Linen Cambric and
Silk Handkerchiefs. Furniture Dimity, Frin,
ges, Palin and Leaf flats: Ladice' and Mires
plain S'traw and Leghorn Gipey Bonnets,
Flowers, I abba and Ribbons, ,adies' fine Kid
Slippers. Children's black and 'colored Shoes.
&c.. A lot of Hosie'y, 33 per cent, cheaper
than ever before offered in this itjrket. all of
which. together with our former'ck, will be
sold low, for Prompt Pay.
April 19. -t
Lehnaier & Brotheri; .
DEALERS IN FANCY and
STI'LPLE Blif G Oi I!
HAMBURG, (S. C.,) CoLoU . (S. -..
MoUNT WILLING, Edgefield. iC. PAa's,
Edgefield, S. C.. and Anass.-Ga. .
MR ST res ectfully invite the attention of
their frihds, and the public in general,
to their extensive stock of Naoe and Fash
ionable Spri Goods. just receiyd and pur
chased for 'ash in New Yoi-'ind Boston
Markets, and which they are determined to
sell as low as any-estnblishment'in Charleston.
Among their various articlesn my be found.
Graduated Lawn Robes, G.' ,am Lawn,
3alzarine; c e
Prints, from 6a to 37J cent, ached and
Barge Satin Stiiped Shawls atid Scarfs.
Swiss, Jaconet, Crossbarred nd Cambric
Bleach and Brown Lii tN iaprr;
Gipsey, Leghorn, Straw, Ikwn and Silk
Stockings, Gloves, Mitts; -Parasols and
Panama, Leghorn. Palmleaf1 assmere and
Fine Cloth, C,tssimere, Chambraz, Vestinge:
Ladie's, Gentlemen's, Youth's and Chil
drea's Shoes, and a gr-eat .many othier arti
les too numeronus to mnentioni. They alsos.
keen in their Store, at. Mount Willing, nt
thse articles usually kepit in extensive cornn
try 1.ores, viz: Hardware. Grocery. ('rockery
April 2.2 Ini 13
Tl T II E #$JO0I0.
BY the last Warll arid Testniun of Alex
ander Downer, derdasd,1nte ,of Beac,
Isand. provision has been niads ldt thme mnin
onance and education of a number of inudigesit
arphans of this District. nroder ilhe age o' 14
~eas-and by an act of' the Legislature; Com
nissione-rs have been appointed to carry, out
ho benevolent designs of thre Testato'r. The y
ave procure'd a suitable locattiasti ai B~ah is
and, eight miles below Hamnbrrind deste"
s somon as they~ can ascertain the nihiier uof
~enefcaries. 'to erect 'uitable budldinpri for
hir accommodation. and to obtain the servi
-es of a comrpetent person to m:ike charge ol'
The desiu n of this commnfication is to an
icit tihe co operaionm of thei citizens genterally
u~t moore partienlarly oflthe Commissioners of'
Fre Schools, in asceirtainag thme number of chmil
fren in their respective neighhbrods entitled
o thie benefits designed by the benefaction ohf
he Tesiator.. . .
Coammunications addressed to ns through the'
lamburg Post Otlice, will be thlinikfully r"
D. ARDI8. . Co'inm'rs.
G. B. MIL.LS. Ij
AprAi2'9 if 14
The hlamburg Journal will copy.
g enera3 Ageint and Cosainssit~
M~erehuant. lRa mu rg. 8. C.
TIri,~ of'ers h dervices to Iris frienids and
~the pubb, nd he wrill devote hits undivi
ied attentionr to 6
SELJNG OF COTTON~ AND FLOUR.
kaFCalviso' AND FoawARwaNG Gonn's'.
Bying Goods for Plntge a or Merchatsti 0r
attend to an buinuss that may be
committed to his care.
He ein6'races this opportunity of tendering
is thanks to his friends for theirliberal patr on
age heretofore bestowed, anid by iunduary and
close atterntion to business. be hopes tam merit
and to continnet to receive the same. It shall be
his aim to make all Iris charges as liiht ita p0s
ible, knowing that it will he to his interest to
clsely observe the interest of his friends.
Liberal arlances will be made if required on
prodc sent to him for. .'ale di- store.. Cotton
sent to him biy B'oats,.*wlll be received f'ed of
wharfage. All produde sent to, him' for sale
will be promptly sold on arrival, ifso-oi-dered.
August 6 tf 28'
A LL Persons'barving-detmands against
'ihe Estate of Win. -Brunson, de
ceased, are requested' ii' renider 'them in
accordinrg to law, 'Th'ose iddebted to said
Esmate- are regquested to malie immediate
April 22 trif'- 1IS
. Nextllnt tt ieof WzitanSTRALIEZT
IdlP- 0 Fd. Fosale by
J. D TIBBET~TS.
Valuable School Books !
JUST.receiveJ from Philadelphia, Gmao &
Emo-r's, valuable series of Conmnon
Sehool Readers. Nos. , 2, 3 and 4.
These Books are the best series of Readers
'that have ever been presented to the Schools
in South Carolina. To be satisfied of this,
please call and examine them. all who feel an
unterras in the correct instruction of the youth.
Also, Dr.. Rusclunberger's First Books of
I Natural History, published also by Grigg &
Elliott. comprising Anatomy and Physiology,
Mammalogy, Ornithology, lichyology and
Herpetology, Conchology Entomology. Bot
any and Geolo.y, 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 instracted in them.
These Books have retcommendations of the
highest character, from Teachers in South
Carolina and Georgia. .
..-A L s 0
Grimshaw's Histories of Napoleon, Rome,
Eiigland. France. Greece and United States,
with Keys and Questions io the same. Jone's
'Chemistry, and Philosophy, latest 2adition;
lThrd'e & Mason's Farrery; Biglarid's School
Edition of Natural History; Shakspeare, two
'rouimnea.~gilt; Josephus. 2 vols., do,; Village
In'rmons; Shv's Polical Economy: Rogers',
Meman's, Eilion, '&d. Works; Dictionary of
Quotations; Smiley's Arithmetic, and. Key
and Tables ; Byron, illurtrated.ettra gilt edge;
Crabbe. do.; Cowper. do; Eberli's Notes.,
Practice, 2 voilnies, and on Children; U S.
Dispensatory ; Family Prayer, 1.1tre of Jack
sons; Gens. and: Ladies Lexicons; Sanca's
Miorals; Chesterfield ; Book of Politeness;
Ianghtear's Owin Book; Western Sonster:
Beanett's Letters; Wee.n's Washington and
Marion3 &c.. &c.. together with ---
Story Books for Children.
For salty by , G. L & E. PENN.
Edgefield C. H., April 1, 1P46 3m 10
$Ta %&a ?13
An jn-t aeceivcd. and will keep con
s~. tantly on hand. a fresh supply of
Drigs. Medicines. Paints. Oils
and ye Stuffs.
He does not think proper 'o Humbug the
pnblic, by advertising has prices. but persons
wishing to purchase may 6e assured that lie
will sell at as LOW PRICES as anly one in Edge
field. Hainbig or Autusta. .
The following consitutes a part of his
stock of Medicines :
Epsom and Glanher Salts,
faster Oil in bottles. or by the,gallon.
Calomel, Tart. Emetic, Assafmtida, Arrow
Root. Rhurbarb, Jalap, Magnesia.Gum My:rh,
Aires, Gaiboge. Cayenne Pepper, Morphine.
t'ribiior Tartar. Opium, Laudium. Paregon.
ic. Quinine, Preparations of Iron; Squills.
Sweet Oil, Sarsaparilla Root, and preparations
of tate same. Capaiva, Chloride of Soda, Ether,
Camphor, Nitre, Almmo'nia Hive Syrup, dod
ant other articl tht may be called for'
STAll of De. JATNE's .1edicines, warranted
genuine. Soll as cheap as can be found at
any Drug Store, in this or any other place;
obtaied directly from Dr. Jayne, through
his only Agent in Augusta.
Bull's Sarsaparilla. ~Sand's Sarsaparilla,
Carpenter's Do. . Philotoken.
Carpenter's Extract Cuebs and Copaivd,
Tarrant's Do.. Medicommen:nm. Godfrey a
Cordial, Mnlatt's Pills. Mohatt's Bitters,
Champian's Pever and Ague Pills. Champi
on's 'egitable Anti-dyspeptic. Plils, Hull's
Fever and Ague Pills. Spencer's Pills. Hull's
Lozenges. Peter's Pill's, Cook's Pill's.. Du
pona Tooth Drops. Thompson's Eye Waters.
Tahnestock's Vermifuge. Thompsonian Med
icines..Rnwand's Tonic Mixture. Seidlitz and
Soda Powders. Swain's Panacea, Ttrlinuton's
Balsam, Hay's Liniient, Harrison's Oint
ment, a sure cute for "cald head. Ccarpa's
Accotistic Oil. for deafness, and all othet
Patent Medicines in common ise.
PAINTS AND OILS..
White Lead.ol' all kinds; Red do ; Verdi
gris. Spanish Brown, Venetian Red, Vandyjke
Brown, Turkey IHluaber. Chr..me Green
:ercome Yellow. Vermillion, Stone Ochre,
Iory Black, T1erra Sienna, Driol Liake Pa
i.ent'Black. Lamp Black, Yellow Ochre, Lyth
ree, Russian Blue, Turpentine, Rtose ink,
Varraish ofall kinds. Linseed Oil. Traini Oil,
Lamp Oil, Neat's Foot Oil, and all the Essen-~
Spanish Float. Indigo, Ananatte. Madder
Logwood. Uamwoaod. Brazil Wooad. Fustic.
Red Saunders. Tnme'ric. (:opefras, Alum,
hluestone, and all othier Dye Stuffs
8 PIC l.
Black Pepper Allspice. Maca. Cin~namon:.
loves, tiinger, liace and Pulverize~d Nut
Window Glass, from 8 x 10 up to 20 x 30
Pmttv.'Vhiting.8pgermn CandlesCandle W ick
Cofiile' Snapl. Chalk, Ctmrt Plast'er. Fin.,t
'eed, Wanfers. TI'oh Brnshes. Glue, Gold an'
.iver Leaf, Syringes oaf all kinds, Trusses.
nli, Black and 'ad. Ink Powders Lemoat
yrnea Mu-tard. Piack Sauce'rs, Stmuff,l.ignou
ia-e, Matches. Puminice Xt,.ne, Rotten 'Staot'
Sal Eratus, Patash. Salt Petre, Sealing WVa.1
'tapone. Starch, Paittt Brushes of every de
cripion, Whito W~aslh Brushes Dusuiice
.rushes, Sweepinig Briushes,Sernbhing IIlor
and Sh~t Brusbes. hlair tirnahes. hbavir
ifozes, shavinig sonip, I. all kinals. Wiashian.
'naps, 'l oilet Seaps. Rose. of varicans kind-:
,variety oaf fine articles of Ttacaco. Als'
tine cutfTobaccoa for smoking aiid chaewing.
l!mmery, Nursing Bottles. Nipple Shell
Culpitng Glasses. Lanucets. Alecohol, R at am
ioachi Band. .Sash- Tools, Camel's Hair.an
Sable Hair Pencils
All1 the above articles are warranted goo
and sol~d on terms to please purchasers to
cash. oron approved credit.
J D. TIBBETTS.
Edgefield C. (H.. March 11 tf 7
State of South Carolina,
EDGE FI ELD DISTRICTI.
Rberi T. Moore, vs. Henry) Bill for
Yarborough and George W. ~injunction
Yarborough. and relief
IT a'ppearine; to the satisfaction of the
Commissioner that George WV. Yarho
rough, one of the defendants in this suit.
resides beyond .the li-aite of this State.
on mnotion of Mr. Baanskett, Plaintiff"'s
Attrniey. ii is ordered thai tho said de
fendant do appear and plead, answer or
demur to the complainants said bill tof
complaint, within three months froam the
ptbliatiori hereof.or the said hill will be ta
ken pra eonfesso aeainist him.
S S. TOMPKINS. C. E. E. D.
Comn's. Of' Feb 24 1846 3m5
Wite- Lead and Window
Glass. Paints in Oil,
V arnishes, &c.
ORDFERS tn quanfity, taken for the above,
~.at7j 8. 8j. and 9 dollars. for Nos. 2, L'
Extra and Pure Whaite Leads. if accom
panied by the Caau.
Paatte Oils. Drugs. Window
Glass. &c. &c.. ordered on .aamae terms,
and delivered here at onusanally lbw giricasi
..Contractoa,Builders, Painters. and Gentle
men enaged .ib building or repaii-ing their
loie.will'find the shove worthy their espe
iii att etion.R. S. ROBERTS.
May. 13 2w 16
Wholesale & Retail Grocers
COINER CENTREANiD'NAWET STREETS,
HAMBURG, S. C..
HAVE just received, and will-continneto
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, Clairfield
Porto Rico and Muscovado.
Double Refined Loaf, Crushed and Powdered
50 bags Old Government Java Coffee,
10 do. Augustura do.
125 choice Rio do.
I Bale Macho 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. 24 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 hds. Trinidad Molasses
25 bbls. New Orleans. do
5'O,000 pounds [rot, of all sizes. Also,
a good assortment of Hoop and Band
iron, tierman an Caster & Cast Steel.
B.4 COI V& SALT.
30.000 Prime.Country Sides.
2,000 Sacks Salt, .
5 do Table Salt
Boxes Table Salt.
10 dozen I Maple Chairs
25 do Windsor do
10 do Cane Seat,
2 do Childrens, do
2 do Boys, do
2 do Offices, do
2 do Rocking, do
I do Nurse. do
2 bales 9-4 Blankets
3 do 10-4 do (weighing 1 lbs. to the
A good assortinert of Bed Blankets. from
10.4 to 12-4.
1,001 yds. Washington leans (heavy,)
1000 do. Coventry Plains.
10O Kegs, (assorted Sizes)
150 Bags, assorted Sizes
30 Kegs [IF Dupont's Powdei
10 do Blasting do
20 do Earle.Sporting, do
5000 lbs pure No. 1, N. Y. Union Mills
TE 42 .
50 Boxes Teas. Consistiig of gun pow
der, Hydon and Imperial
6 ases attees, "
I best Black Ted "
200 Bbls. fresh Rock Lime.
Giniger, Pepper. Spice. Cinnamon, Nutmega,
Indigo, Saltpaire, Aloe s4to'ke. Copperas.
ShoeThread, Snaff. Cotton & Wool Cards,
Brass Bound Buckets, . Painted Buckets,
Tubs. Churns, Keelers. Willow. Wagons
nd Cradles Washboards, Cocoa yippers.
Clothes Pins, Brooms, Wooden Bowls,
Wash Stands, Bellows, Rakes, Scythe
SneedsCofl'ce MillsSoap,Tallow & Sperm
Candles. Wagon Boxes. Measares. Saddle
lions; Windorr Glass, Starch, Pistols, To
liacco, (brindstories, Osnaburgs, Twine. Cas.
tings. Doots. Slboei, Wool H ats.Rice,Clothes
Baiskets. Abdlonds, Bearskins, Mackerel,
Muistard, Fifth Chains. Lampi Oil; a choice
article of Cheowing Tobiacco; Vinegar. Blees,
C Cider, Barrel Covers, Cod Fish, Plough
Mlotilds. Sole Leather, Nankeens, Chioco
late. & c.. & c.
WVANTED-10.000 lbs. BEES WVAX, for
which ensh will be paid.
Hamburg, 1848 tf 1
staite of' South C'arolina.
James Eidson, Applicant. vs. Summons
J-imes~ flo.d~ers & wile Sat ah. in
sam'l Eidsoi ad otmiema Def'ts. Partition
IT appearing to muy satisfaicton that G iideon
Salter, William Salter. Boyce Eiuon.
A illiam Eidsonn, Rtowland Eidun., Larkin
Noiwood and wife Elizabeth, Humphreys
l-.idson. Wiley Eidson and Allen ~id'oin lives
beyond the limits of this State, it is theref ore
ordered, that they dii appear and object to
'lhe sale or division oaf the Real Estnte of Jas.
ridsoin, enir., deceased, on or before the
irst .alonday in inne next, or their consent
I.o the same will he entered of record.
Giveni under my hand, at my office, 28th
JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
March 4 1 1w 6
'arrant's Comspound Extract
B.or CUBEss AND L APAVAt, stands tunri
aled lfar its eflicacy. It performs a cure in a
.w days-no confinement or restriction in
iet is i'ecessary. It will be found invaluable.
heing prepaired with the greatest possible care,
,pion well-tested principles, fouind u'pon that
,tnportaint law.Gfrst estab'ished by the celebra
ied Dr. Ford vce. viz: "That a cnmbination
of~ similar ,emedies will produce a more certain
'4peedy and considernble effect than an equiv
,lont dose of iiny single one." -A .combina
tin of Cubehs and napavia form a very use
ful medicine inc eirattncases."-Sirfl. Cooper,
This artidle is just .eceived~and for sale by
J. D. TIBBETT'd.
Dlec 10. tf 46
Staite of' South Carohina,
ILE COM MON PL EAS.
John B. Gordon, Declaration in
Jos. N. Perrin. Plcas.
TH E Plaintiff in the aboro case. having this
Iday filed his declaration in my office, and
the Defendant having neither Wife or Attor
ney known to reside wiiliih the limits of the
State. on whomia copy, of the same with a rule
to plead catn he served, oin notion of Batuskett,
Plaintiffs Attorney, it is ordered, that the said
Defendant do :tppear and plead to said dec
laration wvithin a year and a day from the date
hereof, or judgment' will he awbrded against
binm by default.
THOS. G. BA CON, c. c g. D.
Clerk's Offiee, Oct 17th 1845 fy 39
1 10 M..Spanish (L Valedos)
1QM, do (1t.F'.M.)
& Md.Impeutal Regalias, ('-Venus.")
Just received, and for sale, .
SIBLEY &~ CRA'PON
no ice" Col. JOHN =BUSKET as}'
Candidate. for the Senate,s.a-he ensuidng
election. Feb 25 :*e#s j --
e are authorJzdpig i4Tt>
nounce .apt TH10 Jr jME
eandidate for the;Sen teId-aens. eoirg -
election. - March'4- irte 6 a
C. YANCEY. as a'candidtefoeergcph g -
tute, at the ensuing election :Js 25 Wej
We are authorized to announc~08
S. BRUos. as a candidatefsrbh
at the ensui.zg election^ Feb'
We are authorized to announce JfQI1T
DOBY. Esq., as a candidate for :thLba=
We are authorized to annonace. aDut."
F.LHOLLAtrD, Esq., as a candiditor the ,
House of Representatives, tte ng.
election. . ..Feb. 25.,
We are authorized toontrounceO
TOWLEs,- Esq., as a cadidi
House of Rejiraeentstives,
election: Fei'f 5' 4 .t
We are authorized to"anotitctol.
ARTUR iInPKra as a candidatefbrtfhe't
House of Representatives, athe euaimnp
Feb 25 te
Q We are authorized o ao
M. GaAHaM. Esq.. as a candidat fr
Ordinary of Edgefeld Distract, 'a ihe .
Feb. 7 2
O The friends of SAirnsozr B'.s3kw
aunouncehim as a candidate fer.ih.O ier.
of Tax Collector at the next electione s
Oct. 30. tf
' O The friends of EDMUND Mo nt
Esq., announce him as a candidate forth.e
office of Tax Collector at the next eteedo.',
Not E. - tf.
We are authorized to announce Gjoaes
J. SHEpraaid as- a candidate for 'te'pee
of Tax Collector, at the4next election,
Dec. .f -.
("i'he friends nf-Col. Josa QUATrLz$
Bum announce him as -a candidate fortbhe.
ffce-of Tai Collector, at the nexr-elec.
Lion. Sep 3 to 32
( The friends of Lieut. Jiau eB.o
H ARts, announce him as a candidatefor -
he office of tai Colletr at the oeit.lec
( V*ie are anthtirized to anuae
MIAKSHAL R. SMITH asa-candidate
for Tax Collector at the next eection.:
Dec 24 if 48
(Q*Tlie .riende of Maj. 8i C Sc ohsy
announce' him as a candidate for Tar.
Collector at the ensuing electiodi
Nov 4., . - If 41
07* We are authorized to sbbbniice
LtEvI R. Wrisozt, as a caudidate forthe
Office of Tax Collector at the nexielection. -
Feb.2t ~te _ 5
'Io the Independent V 7 ers, f .
Edgeield Distridt! !
A'elloto Citizens :-Conirry.to.the d-.
ice ahd wfishes of my frienids.-Ioffecamy
self as a Candidate for the ofice 6f Tsx
Collector, and solje our aufirges .. -IC
elected. which I do 'eypect'ilerbif i
diseicthre the duties of-the officeto ihe.bear
Df my-abilities. -.
JOHN J. AlcCOLLOUG.
September 10 -die, 32.
Dr. A. ,V. Youngblood;
FFFR his profeusional services .to the
eittzenb of Edgefield Villagc and vieibitfr.
Office next door, East or Dr. R. T. Blibis'
residence. A pril 22 :1 '23
T HE Etndersigned have forined a part
tnership in the iractice of Law and
Equity fuorEdgefield. One or 'he oiner
1iill attend the Courts of Abbeirille, Bara
well and Newt errv.
Office at Edgefield.C.. Hi.
N L. GRIFFJi
31. t BON HAM.
To TBOSE WHOSE OCCDPATIONS TEND.TO
PaoDUcE ton AGOn4TATE DISEAsES.
Th'Iis class of indlividuvats is very nume
rous. They are those who work in. an
unhealthy atmosphere. Printers, work
men in feather stores, stone cutters, ha
kars, white lead manufacturers, are all
more or less subject to disesse according
to their strength or constitution. The only
method to prevent disease, is the. occa
sional use of a medicine which abstracts
from ihe cliculatioh all deleterious bmmors, .
and expels them by the bowels.' Tonics
in any form are injurious, as they only put.
off the evil day to make it morefatal.
The use of Brandreth's Pills will insure
health, because they take all impure mat
ters out of thte blood, and the body is not.
weakened but strengthened by their ope-. I
ration, for these valuable Pills do not
force, but assist nature, and are not oppo
sed. but harmonize with her. -.
Sold at Dr. Brandreth's Ofllee, 241
Broadway, at 25 Cents per box.
Dr. Brandreth's Principal Office24l.Broad
way N. Y ; other offices in N'ew York.
i'The genuine only for sale in Edge ield
District, by R. S. Roaxxrs. Edgefield C E.,
Kenrick i! Thayer H athurg, J. 8. D. C.
Smyley htreeting stast.- Aliso, by J. A. Wit
llams. Aiken, and by it least one agentitn cv.
cry District In the State.
Every Agent havinji the genuine has seer
tificatE of Agency. sitgned by thre Doctor-him.
self. Edgefieldi C. H., blay 13. 1846. 3t6.16
State of South Carolia.
IN T HE C0MA1ON FLE AS.
S. T Hughes'I Decdarhtions in
Pasehal Tillmian. -. fJzckett
T He Plaintiff in the nwoe case flaving this
iday filed his de.lar'attin'in: ny offie, and
the DeCfendant having neither Wifde tiiff AG
torney kt in to resid widinte'timits of
this 8Stte, on .whom a' deop ofsaidr DeeleR.
tion with a rule to plead dan lie served, on mno
tion. Griffin, Plaintif'a Attiaueyorderedthat
said Defendaat aipp"'aia'.pld to sald'p)ec
Iaratibn within a year an af d~ from the date
hereof, or judgmetIiliiWtwrded'against
him by default.~ n.T .G-BACON, Cerkn
Clerk's Office. .Jan 3O;146. 1.yy., .3
hUL'CMflNf OF S'ARSA
EDPARILEA? Thiar'riiparation t er ar
eapauiliaigossee..all the active properkof
tn ,o. in , ~hcocard sate . m.