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.State of South Carolina.
Y vitue of sundry writs of Berl factas,
to me'directed, I wvill proceed to sell,
,at Ed field Court House, on the first
Monday and Tuesday in July. next, the fol
'owiug property, in the following cases, to
Allison DeLotCh for Nancy Oliver, vs.
Jesse Schtiinpert, John Schumpert, and
-Daniel Livingston;i a tract of land 'con
'tainitig seven hundred and thirty acres,
atnnre or less, adjoiOigiands of William
Schumpert and James Merchant, levied
on .as the poperty of the Defendant, John
3. C. Allen vs.'3. J. Sentell ; Benjamin
-Outz vs. Wiley Buries and John J. Sentell,
the tract of land whereon the Defendant,
1.J 3. Sentell lived, containing six hundred
and thirty acres. more or less adjoining
lands of James M. Richardson, James Ad
ams and others ; John B. Holmes vs. Tal
bert Cheatham and W. Strom Sr.; Wiley
Banks bearer vs. William Stron, Sen.,
the tract of land whereon the Defendant
William Strom lives, adjoining lands of
Edmond Boyd and others, levied on as
the property of the Defendant William
Terms of sale cash.
. H. BOULWARE, S. E. D.
June 12 4te 21
CHaKLiTON, Juae 3, 18
GENERAL ORDER. No 4.
F OR THE i4Fta14TION of persons
throughout the State, desirous of vol
unteering under the recent requisition, it is
ordered for publication.
That after the oraanizatiOn of the Re
giment a system of Con-pany drill will :i.
commenced, to be conducted under the
general direction and superintendence of
the Adjutant and Inspector General, but
not to exceed ane drill per week for each
The Companies to compose the Regi
meet be -or Infantry, therefore Riflemen
volutrteering must signify their willingness
to enter that arm of the service; and no
company will be withdrawn from its dis
tirct until tbe Regiment is ordered out and
concentrated for the purpose of being m.ue
tered ainte service.
The 3d and 4th section of the Act of
Congress, providing for the prosecution of
the war between the United States and
Mexico, contain important information,
and are therefore annexed.
By order of the CommANuderin-Chief,
5. W. CANT EY,
Adj. and Inspector General:
Soc, 3. And be it further enacted, That
the said volunteers shall furnish their own
clothes, and when mustered into service
shall be armed at the expense of the Uni
Sec. 4. And be it further enaeted, That
said volunteers shall, when called into ac
five service, and while remaining therein,
besubject tothe rules and articles of war,
and shall be ia al .respects, except as to
clothing and pay, placed on the same foot
ing with similar corps o( the U. S. Army,
and in lieu of clotbing, every non-com
mi:sioned officer and private in any Con
pany who may thus offer himself, shall be
entitled when called into actual service,
to receive in money a sum equal to the
cost of clothing of a non-commissioned
officer or private (as the case may be,) in
the regular troops of the United St ates."
To be copied three tImes by all thep
pers in the State. St2
June 10, . t2
She rifte Sale.
BY virture of sundry writs of Ficri Fe
EUcias to me directed, I wilt proceed
'to sell at Edgefield Court House, on the
First Monday and Tuesday in July next,
tbe following property, in thre following
Smith & Griggs vs. Darling D. Plunk
ett ; B. P. Ravenal, and others sever ally,
vs. the same; the following lots to the
-town of Hamburg. S. C., Icnown an the
plan of said sown as lots number 199, 200.
201, 202,203 and 204, having fifty feet
(rout, and running back one hundred and
oinety-si1 feet, bounded on the North by
Boundary Street, South by Snowden St.
East byTillmaa Street,atnd WVest by Cobb,
C. A. Greiner vs. E. L. W 'hailey, the
interest of the Defendant in a tract of land
containinig sixty acres, mnore3 or less, adjoint
ing lands ofrSamuel Clarke and others.
John Bauskett vs. A L. Hammond, the
intereit of the Defendant in a tract of
land containling eight hundred acres, more
or less, adjoining lands of Wade G.lover,
James Gogfand others.
Julius C. Pardtbe Vs. S. P. McNairy,
one house amii lot in the town of .Hamhurg.
S. C., known io the plan of sai't towtn as
dot number 101. at present occupiedl by
Hloward, Woodrugt & Co., on Centre
St eet, having fift y feet front by t wo hun
Amno lBush v.s. James E. Kilerensie, the
tract of land wIereauI the D)efendat lives,
cotajuig six hmndred aereH. more or less,
adjoining lands of Mary Kiicrease, sarah
Blair and others.
Terms of sale. otish.
H. BOUL\W A RE, s. E. 3.
.Ounei 1 . 4t 20
A'LL 'Persons having demands against
.Z.the Estiie -of Win. Brunsen, ide
ceaed, are regnested to -render them -in
,ccording to law. Those -indebted to said
~Estte are-rvequested to mirke .:mmediat~e
pamenit. 'D. DRUNSON, E-xecuter.
.April2 -if IS
R) ESPECTFUL LY infthrms his frkendstnd
K. the public generally. that he ha. just re.
eeed aud:op~ened- (at the Store formerly oc
.cupied lig 8.f. Gennoz)
?54 strrlag ?yW sitOCK OF
Dry Goodt, ,& Groceries,
*RIUGSe ShOES & H ATS,
All of which he will sell-asg iowofor Cask, or
t time to punctual customers.
May 27 4 t 18
~ Weare auhorized to announce Capt.
OHN ft. WEVER as a candidate for
.he.Houe of Representatives, at the next
elcten - June.3 -te -19
Sheriff's S e.
State of South Carolina,
lames Eidsnn, Applicant, vs. $unmon
James Rodgers & wife Sarah, in Parti
and others Defendants. tinn.
BY virtue of an -or'der from John Hill.
Esqnire, 'Orilinry of the District.
in:the sbove-stated case. 1 will proceed to
sell at'Eilgsfifld Court House, on the rst
Monay'in July next, 'h. lands belonging
-to'the Esiate of James Eidson. Senior,
deceased, situate in said District, adjoin
log lands of Martin Eidson, the Estate of
John Gomillion, Mrs. Peggy Gomillion,
and others, containing one hundred and
twenty and a half acres. more or less. To
be sold on a credit until ihe first day of
Purchasers will give bond and approved
personal security. and a mortgage of the
premises to the Ordinary to secure the
Costs to be in rash.
H BOULWARE, S. E. D.
June 10 4t 20
Dr. Brand t's Ymsl~.
A LL diseases, even insanity and irri
tability of temper, proceed from de
pravod or corrupt humors, w-hich, circula
ting with the blood, occasion pain and dis
cord in the human frame. It is clear, that
by perseverance 1n the use of 'Brandroth's
Vegetable Universal Pills, which is one of
the very best, and only proper purgative
medicine, insanity and irritability ol :em
rer can be cured as well as all other dis
esesdepending upon the pureness of the
circulatingfluid. the blood.
Brandreth's Vegetable Universal Pills.
are known, by the expericnce of thousands,
to perfectly cleanse the blood from all
foulness, remove every morbid aflection,
and renovate weak and enfeebled coasti
tutions to perfect healib and vigor.
Their acknowledged innocence makes
hem safe through every period of exis
ence, from infancy to old age.
No extra care in either dress er diet is
req uirec when they are used.
With this valuable medicine in our pos
session, we may visit the most sickly re
gions without fear. No contagion can by
possibility a'fect us, if we a~e careful to
freely use these Pills.
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.
rEThe genuine only for sale in Edgefield
District, by R. S. RosErs, Edgefield C. If.,
Kenrick ," Thjayer Htieaburg, J. b. ,% D. C.
Smyley Meeting Street. Also, by J. Al. Wfit
iams. Aiken. and by st least one agent in ev
ery District in the State.
Every Agent having the genuine has acer
ificate of Agency. signed by the Doctor hit.
self. Edgefleld C. H., June 10, 1846 3t 20
BULL'S COMPOUND OF SARSA
PARILLA. This preparation of Sar
saparilia possess all the active properties of
the Root, in a high concentrated state.
Just received, and for sale by
J. D. TIBBETT S
Dec.10 tf . 46
(?JAYNIN' TONIU VER MIFUGE.
-This Vermifuge is perfectly safe, and
so pleasant that children will not refuse
to take it. It effectually destroys wonRs,
neutralises acidity or soreness of the ston
ach, increases appetite, and acts as a gen
ral or permancnt Tunic, and is therefore
exceedingly heueficial in intermittentt and
remittent Fevers, Indigestion, &c., an.
is almost a certain cure for FEVER atnd
AGUE, and what is of more importance.
it dloes it permanently.
It not only destroys WVormns, and invig
orates the whole system, but it dissolves
and carries off the super abundant slime
or mucus, so prevalent intihe stomnach and
bowels of childrent, morn especially fitose
in bad health. This mucus forms the bed.
or newt, in which worms ;.rodutc~e rheir
yon r.g, and by removing it, it is impossible
for wvormas to remain in the body.
ft is harmless in its effects on the sys
temn,and the health of the patient is al
ways impftroved by its use, eve-n when no
wortts are discovered. Nutmerous certifi
cates of its usefulness have been received,
which the Proprietor does not consider ne
cessary to publish ; yet to give the reader
an idea of its Vermifuge powers, ho will
mention a few cases. He gave it to his
little nephew, not four years old, and in
a few days he discharged upwards ofninety
large worms. H-e also gave it to his daughi
ter, then aboutt three years old whsen it
brought away thirty worms in one night.
Josiah Thompson near Salem. N.J.,
administered this Vermifuge to a child be
weeni two and three years old, and says
that in ai few days, she discharged Onle
hundred and thirty seven large weorms !
Mr.Jo~sepht A- Lentr. ofthee Pean Tow"mn
ship Savings. institution, in this eity, gave
it to one of his children, and says that ater
the sixth dlose-, it brought away about Afty
wortms at once. five and six irches long,
Mr. Ferdiantd Woodrall u: ed two hot
tIs of ibis Vermnifuge for Dyspepsia, antd
in the course of twq weeks discharged up.
wards of thir-ty pieces of Ta pe Wurm, and
was thereby perfectly cured.
Atnother gentleman of this city had it ad
ministered to his daughter, about three
ears old, whet she had a uumber of dis
charges from her bowels. comaposed en
tirely of littlewhite 4hreadwore Hek-says,
"the~y came away front lier. not on1b by
hundreds, but I may trnly say, by thiou.
sand, separately. and in solid halls at
ltrge as hickory alute,.-comnposed entirelJ
of dead w-rmne.
P IL iES.-Nlumerous cases of Piles havye
been perfectily .eured .bythe use of this val
.able Vermiinfge." -
-Finally., what the pu-Mic 4ta~e long de
ired, at medicine of this kind, which miegh'
e depended upon, (prepared by a regu
lar physician,) is no0W olered to them,
and can be had of Da. D. JAYNE. No. S,
Soth Thard Street. Philadelphia, and u1
all persons who sell his Expectorant and
R. S. ROBERTS is Dr. D. Jayne'i
only Agent at Edgefleld Court Elouse.
Beware of Counterfeits !
June 10 8r 20
OThe frilends of Col. JOHN QUATTLEt
BMni announce him as a candidate for thi
ofileof Tax Collector, at the next elec
.in. -Sep 8 to 2
Eitra Court oft ?qru.ty.
IN consequence. of the necearw atd Plo'
tra'eted absence of some ocf ah Omhers of
the Bar of this District, at thus ppdpJ Court
now sitting in Coltmbia, Cl maeElfdt st'
has passed an order that . BtrsCmcrt at
Equity for Edelield DistrjA 'ie he1 fft id
District, on Mondav'il8 .d i Mn - t.
to cnetinne in sessin in eek . oCt't
willibe held on the first Mo daytfi nes= and
all persons cnncerned will'take noti of, and
dtteiilat the Extra t'nr:qpifndapgtgasabove
stated, Ott the 29th Jine noJy ,a
s S. TO.M P1K C,
Com 'm re. Office. Edge ,fiel . H . ; y
May 16 7,
Saddlery ani ItrsteSSt
EoTA$LIS NT c
I take great jpesuitre in
returnirg to my patrons and
Irie'dls in general, my sin
cere thanks, for their very
:iheral patronage during the
past year I i onid also,
take thii ppottimity to in
form them, that I shall still
cotLinun to carry on my bu.
siness at my old stand, at tia first door above
Presley and Bryan's brick store; where may
be fonitd, at all times, allkmtde of HARNESS,
S AD DLES. BRIDLES, and all other articles
generally kept in such establishments.
Military equipage. made to.order in the most
approved style, w ill also be pronptbyfarnish
ed at my shop.
All persons wishing to buy, I hope will give
me a call. I shail endeavr to put all my ar
ticle's as low, as in justice to myself I can ;os
sibly afIaid to do. D. ABBEY.
May 13 tf 16
I'sew go %' t um d"a a
G L. & E. PEN, bave just received atd
G opened , aLrge and handsome assort
meut orSPRING AND SUMMER GOO S,
pnrechnsed in Charleston and New York, col
prisnng a general .sertment of -
Staple and Fan 'y Goodtsg Hard
Ware, Crocherti, Groceries,
Hats, S'hoes, Bonnets. Books
and Stationery, Niadzdlbry; and
and a great variety of other articles usually
kel:t in our lice. AUl of which we will sell
on ternis to suit the ticmes -
TWe invite our friends to call and ex
amine our stock.
April8 tf , 11
T E Subscrie"r wishing to leave
the Sate.offers hii LANDS for
vale. lying in Ahheville District. on the waters
of Rocky lvei.er, two miles ecst of Lomrd-ville,
and only six froan the Savannah River, coic
isting ot Twelve Hundred Acres. one half
clen;ted and the balance in woods, on.a credit
one, two and three years, instalment hearing
On said Plantation there is a good DWEL
LING. n new GIN HOUSE and 4CREW,
acd Thrcashiing Hoeuse- and all out houses new.
The plantation is under good repair
hIny person wishing to puegchase will do well
to -call .n the subsc-iher.
JOHN A. MSA TIN
Abbeville, March 18 :,in (Bun) 9
Land for hale.
/11 ', Seubscriher has determcinehii offer
. at private sale, the well known tract of
L:and an which ie nw resides. on the Pie
lse Rend. leidine to lIamburg, 11 mile's
frctn the Pine Hi1ccse. formely. known as
Evan's. It is .c ex.' Il letst noed ii ce scmallt
coutry business, either fur a Grocery or Dry
God..s store. Tie' tract coitcins 156 acres,
more ocr less. and the laned is itn a goid state for
cucltivation. Fer particulicars, apply to the
subsriber on the pretnises. ..GRY
A pril8 -3m 11
4LL persons having demands againest the
XU e eate ofrDavid Richcardtson, are requcest
e'd cc. present themn acned'ntety, property, at
tsted.ncacc all deicersofl the estate, are reqme redh
to) acke preccmpt pacymient, as the attcairs of tho
eskrte are abieet to be .ced. i
J.A8- M. R IC HA RDSON.
JAS. S. GUIGNARD,.
May ly . 15
Staite of South (arolina.
.In the Curt. of Ordinary.
Astin iRewec nnd (itt'rS,
Apli'ts, tis. M ary Row e
and~ othcers, Def'ts.
IT rappearing to my satisf'action that
iAndrew Jackson Rowe, lives beyond
the limcits orcheis State. it is ihescefore or
dect that he dcc appear and object to the
iv iion or sale of the real estate of Win.
B Rowae, deceased, na or bie'fdee the firec
Mnhay ini September next. oi- their con
stt tre the sacee wil ce entered of reee'l
Given eunder my hand act may ollica, 2d
JOHN lUILL, 0. E. D).
June3d, 184G 1'2w 19
Mary .ttecere' acnd others ) Bil for
vs Michael Barr. Admir, Injunction anid
anal others. IN'c~ef
IT aippecarinig to the satisfactioen oef the anm
inassconeer, that George WV. YarbcorougPh
aed Elizabecth his Wife', Def'endac:ts in thact
case. reside witho'ot tic. limits of' this State, on'
motion of Mr. Bancskett. Comcpi. Soliciteor, it is
oruered chat the Vefenedants do apcpear' and
plead, aswer ror demar. to the Comicntccinata
bill of' comeplaicnt, withine three monatlas rromn the
pueblinatio,hereof, or.the said bill will be taken
pro confesso, againsft them.
A pril2'2 1846 C..3m ~ 3
State of Soit( Crolina.
Samet P. Getaon and Wife.? Ssmvmons
A pplicatsi as. Sebren (A u
Slivan .and others, D~ef a. 'PrtitaoH..
T ap pr rigto my sati150ition that:85hren
Sltvaie. Williame Quiarheigand :i-fe Ehiza
'e'th aced 1Williamn Quearlesjrs. a nepws hecir.
acid distrabectees of' the real estcte of ,Ellen
Sullivan,. deceased. live a0ituics it ac 0i
this State. It is the'reforel dere4diaat tey di
appar aced object to .the diision orCEI 'sl c
the real estate aftereasaid on itbe 'ffst Monada~s
in cly enext, orthceir cons.'atio-thce samis wil
be entered of record. -
Given under any hand at my office, this 6cl
day or A pril. 1846., JOH N H3lLL, O. 5 V
April8 12t 11
N excellent article of Wza-raa STaALIr Et
LAMP OIL. For sale h
JD TIB ETTS,
n nuI w
H. L. JEFFERS..
General Agent and Commission
Merchant, Hamburg. S. C.
TILl offers h 4erviees to his friends and
S the phhc, nd he will devote his undivi
ded att.ntroi to e
-SBLLING OF COTTON ANtD FLOUR.
-RxcV.vIwo ANti Fon7ARDISG Goons.
Eupinj Goods for Planters or 3archants, or
attend to any 'ubrsinisa that 'may be
committed to his cafe.
-e embraces this opportunity of ten:dering
his thanks to his friends for their liberal patto:I.
age hetetofhre bestowed, and by indtstry and
close attention to business. he hopes to merit.
and to continue toreceive the warne. It shall he
his aim to make all hin charges as light as pos.
sible, knowing that it will le to Iris interest to
closely observe the interest of his firiends.
Liberal advances will be made if required. on
produce sent to him for sale or sire Coton
sent to him by Boats, will he receive, free of
,harfage. All produce sent to him for sale
will be promptly sold on arrival, if so ordered.
.Aigast ti if 28
NEW SPRING GOODS.
WM. KETCUiAM & CO.,
HAMBURG. Sit. CA.
H AVE received their Spring supply of
Vry Goods. of the latest style and pat
tertis, consisting in part of Graduated Robes,
Plain illuslinm Robes. Rich Drapery Chintz,
Piinted Lawn. new styles. Darages. (ing.
hams and Muslina. Chamobrav Gingham, for
.children, Book. Mull. Jaeonet. Cross Barred.
Swiss and cambric hlnslins Brown Linen
Drills. Brown Linen Table Cloths. by the
yard or pattern, Damask Table Diaper. (rish
Linen, Linen Sheeting, Linen and Grass
Skirting, Rich Fancy .prinag Prints. a lot of
superior Calicoes, at N'& cents, lust colors,
Nankeens, Checks, Ticks. Gloves. Parasols.
Parasolettes. Sun Shades. Linen Cambric and
Silk Handkerchiefs. Furniture Dimity. Frin
ges, Palm and Leaf flats. Laidies' and Alisses'
plain Straw and Leehorn Gip-ey Bommets.
Flowers. Tabbs and Itihhons. L dies' fine KiI
Slippers. Children's black and colored Shoes.
&c. A lot of Ilosirry. 33 per cent. cheaper
than ever before offered in this market. all of
which. together with our former stuck, tout be
sold low, for l'rompt Pay.
Aptil 19 : 13-tf
7 HE Subscriber respectfully influrms his
friends and the public at iarge, that hie
has had his !louse thoroughly repaired, and
has madae a large addition to the same by the
purchase of the adj ining (louse, which will
enable him to accotnodate at least toitv or
fifty moire persons during Courts and other
times than lie formerly dil. Iis whole aim
has been concentrated to the comfort and coi
venience of all those who have favorerd him
with their patronage, and he fitters himself
that a discermig and generou public will colt
tinue to bestow on him a share of their favors.
He will, as heretofore. endeavor to furnish
his Table with the beet that the country cat
Having removed his Bar at the farthest
end of the Ilouse adjoining, little or no alt
noyance eun be experienced by those who tt
t.p at his Hotel.
His Bar will be furnished with the best
Liquors. .nd his Stables supplied with good
nhd wholesome provender and attentive Hlost
B. J RYAN.
Fubriary 25 tf 5
Tra TH E PUBLIC.
B Y the last Will and 'esitont ",f' Alex
.andler Do)wner, dIere na dJ. ;.it, of B, acai
Isi otd. pr,,ision hists been mnanie lot the mnaint
t..nnnce and edueaien of a n boner of indigeut
orphians of this District. tnder hoe age ot A4
years-and by aw act o the Legi,.lature. ,('oi
wmissoe hauve been atpoited to carry ont
the benoevoleni designs of the Testator. They
have procured a suitable location at Beach Is
land, eight miles below Hamiburg, and designw
as sooin as they can ascertain the number of
beneficiaries, to erect ruitable buwltiigs for
their accomamodation. and to obtawin the servi
ces of a comipetenut person to take charge of
Thuedesh~n odf this commnnicntion is to so
Iicit lie eo operattiont oft he citizensg getneral ly.
bit unt moea rtienilarly of the Coswmmissionseru' of
Free Schools, in ascertaitng the umber of chil
Idrene in itheir respective neidhbuorhoods ent itledl
to the benefits designed by :the enefactioni of
Cowmnoicationsaedressed to' nas throught the
Hambhurg Post Otlice. will be thiikfully re
D3. AIltUI. "Comm'rs.
April29 :f 141
The I lambiurg Journtal will copy.
R ANAWV iY tromwi the sunswcribuer about
the 10th ot Januinry. a Negro Wouman,
by smmn of NiuCY, of dark comiplexin.w nhowit
38 years (If age ; she is snppossedh to be about
'hairles Glover's plantatuion, where she ba<
beeni seen. The above rewaur-l will be pail to
any persown wito will el Hver her to tme at Edge
field Court House.
S. F. GOODE.
Edgefleld C. H., April 29 if 14
The "state of South Carolina,
Mary Loveless. A pp. ) umosi
Benjamin F. Loveless fPartition.
nom1 others DefendantsJ
TT upparingto my satisfaction that
. WisnH. Loveless, one of the de
feuedants, ret ides without the limits of this
State, it is therefore Ordleredi, Thaw lhe do
appear -andI iohjee to the division, or saele,
of the Real Estaie of Martin Lov'.less,
deceased. on or hefore the first Mondany in
July next. or his consent to the same will
be eniered oif record.
Given under my htand a-t my office,
April 3, 1846. -JOHN H IL L. o. E. D.
State of~outht Carolinta.
IN THE COM. :10N PLE A .
William T. Sudi.h,. Indorser, Declaralioi
John Swanson. )tachment
us. Declaration in Attachment
IIE Plainitiff in the above eases. havin'
Ithis day filed his Dicherration .in tyno
Zce,.anwd the Defendant havitng njeither Wife
nior Attorney, known to reside withwin the limiu
ofthte said State, ont whom it copy of said dec
larationss w-ith a rule to plead thereon can be
served. on motiont of' M Gray. Plaintiffs At
torney, it is ordered. thai the said Defeimlan
appear and plead totesaid Declarations withiw
a year and a slay, from the stain hereol. o
'judgment will be awarded againist him by de
fault. .T-.G.- BAGON, C. E. D.
Clark'e O9,ce April 20. 1846 1y n
Valuable School Books !
JUST receiveJ fron Philadelphi;'; Gaca d
Et.rsr's. valuable series of ComniOl
Scho i eaders. Nos. .i, 2. 3 and 4.
Thesce Books are the best seies of Reader
that Irave ever been presented to the School:
in South Cmolini. To be satisfied of this
plase call and examine them. all who feel at
Intejrt in the correct instruction of the youth
Also, Dr. Ruschcnbertcer's First Books u
Nafiiral *listoery, published also by Grigg &
Elliott. comprising Anatomy and Physiology
Manmalogy, -Ornithology. itchyo!ogy ant
Herpetology, Conchology Entomology, Bot
any and Geolo v. being the hest Eleaeitarj
works pion this'iubject. evor before published
and every family library ought to have shet o
them. and every yonthr instr .etel in them.
These Books have rdecommendatidis-nf the
highest character, from Teachers in Sout
Carolina and Georgia.
rA L s 6 -
( Ihsiaw's fisfories of Napoleon, kobre
Eiglacnd, ("'rant!. Gteete and United Stites
with Keys and Q*'ssl'n.t to the same. Jone'
Chemistry and i'ilkadplhy, latest addition
Hiwrl'e & Mason's Farre.ry hitnd's chOC
Editinit of Natural History ; & kpeatef Wi
voltumes, gilt ; Josephus 2 vols., do, Roat
S'-rnis ; Say's Polical Fcottmtfy Ro 1
IHenan's Eilton, &c. Works; Digionary o
Quotations; Smiley's Arithmetic, and Key
and Tables ; Byron, illnetrated,extra gilt edge
Crabbe, lo.; Cowper. do; Eberli's Notes
Practice, 2 volnmes, and on Children; U S
Dispensatory ; Family Prayer, J.ife of Jack
sons; Gents. and Ladies Lexicons; Suuca'i
Murals; Chesterfield; Book of Politeness:
Daughter's Own Book ; Western Sonster
Beanett's Letters; Wee.n's Washington ant
Marion ; &e.. &c.. together with -
Story Boecks for Cildren.
For sale by G. L. & E. PENN,
Elgefi.Id C. H., April 1, 184'6 tn 10
J. D. TIBBE T'I's.
H 1$ just received, and will keep con
-antly on hand, a FrESH -elply of
Drugs. !Medicines. Paints. OilE
and ye Stufs.
He do's not think proper en Humbag the
public, by adcercising has puiccs. but person
wishing to purchase may be assured that lit
will sell at n's :,ow Prices as any one in Edge
fiebl. Hmtinbug or Ai usta.
The following constitutes a part of his
stock of l'ledticines :
Epsom and Glauber Salts,
Caster Oil in bottles, or by the gallon.
Calrmel, Tart. Emetic, Assafcetida, Arrow
Root, lthurbarb. Jalap, Magnesia.Gum M% ntlh
Aloes, Gamiboge. Cay ente Pepper, Morphine
C renior ''artar, Opium, Landanum. Paregotn
ic. Quinme, Preparations of Iron, Stiuills
Sweet I til, Sarsaparilla hoot. and pieparatioum
of the same. Caicaiva, Chloride of Soda, Ether
Camphor, Nitre, \mmonia Hive Syrup, and
any other article that may be called for.
PATENT AlEDICIN ES.
ETAll of Dn. JAYN 's Medicines, watrante
genuine. Sold as cheap as can be found a
any Drug Store, in this or any other place
obtained .lirecly from Dr. Jayne, thiougl
his only Agent in Atgusta.
Bull's Sarsaparilla. samtl's Sarsaparilla,
('arpenter's Do. Philitoken,
Carpenter's Extract Cubebs and Copaiva,
TarrL t's [I.,.. .ledlricomenilm. Godfrey:
Cordial. elcfftt's Pills. Motlitt's Bitters
Ch aniian's Fever nod Agne Pills. Chatpi
un's Vegitable Aiti-dyspeptic Pills, Hull'
Fever and Ague Piil. Spencer's Pills, Hull'
Leozenees, Peter's Pill's, Cook's Pill's. Du
Iont Tooth Drops, Thmpson's Eye Waters
Tahiesiock's Vermiluge, Thompsoaiian Med
icines,. it(ic. rd s' ouic Mlixtur diiM .gznt
Soda Powdeie, Swain's Panacea rlritagon :
Balsam, hlay's Linimenit, Ilarr ifs that
mnent a sure enwe for cald head.' Ccarpe':
Arcoustic Oil. lor de. hiess. al all other
l'aient .:ediciies in r omuon use.
PAINTS AND OILS.
Wt1ae Lead. of aill kints; iced do Verdi
ris. Spamulh Brown, V. W' nia Red, VandyM
Brown. 'T'urkey I-Iunber. Cir. me treen
(:cme Vellw. Vermillion, Stone Ochre
leeorv BlacK T1errac .-iennan. Drejp Lake Pa
tent'Black. Looi pl lack, Yellow Ochre, Ly th
ar.e. Rcus~ian Blue, Turpeietine, htluse P'ink
Vrtishi of'all kindsi. Linseed Oil. 'Traiic Oil
Lamp Oil, Neat's Foot Oil, and all the Esseni
Spanish Float, inidigo, Aicnatte. Madder
Log woodc. Camciwood. lBrazil Woccd. Fostic
ked Sccie.rs. Tm'ni,-ric. 4 Operas5, Alumi
Bluestecne, anid all oilier Dye Stnifs.
Blaick Pep per Allspice, Mace. Cininamon
Cles,~ (iinger, lIacce anmd P'ulverized Nut
AJISCE-'. LA NE0 US.
Wincdon' Gucss., frctm a8 x It0 up to 20 x 30O
Pov.S h~itmgi. Spec:1 anIiidlcs,i'anle~ Wick:
Cn,.ilc ecccnp. lcack, Court Plaste r. F'la:
eed, Wccfers. To'o:h Bjrni-bes. tidne, Gold anii
Siive-r Lcar. Syinogcs ofC all kmti's. T1ruisses
luk. Black andcc ed. jick Pccwdcers. Lei
8y rciy. 31 isthird, Pic.k Sauce rs, necl, I .igneor
ie, Mlatches. Pmiiicce Stec Iotten Sto'ne
al EraitcH Pccish. Saili Petre, Seulinig W-is
Spmnge. Starch. Painti Brushes of every dt
.aerptioni WhV eito W1asde Brushes'. Dustini
Brushes, Sweepcicg BrusheS, Seribluing. liars
an td Shoe lirinstes, hi air lirnsbes, Shiavine
Bxes. Shavineg sa,c p. 1 all kinds, Wa..hiii
.ieaps. TJoiler Sicaps, Ittise, of variouls kinds
a variety ofC tnce articles of Tobcacco. Alse
tine eiit'Tobcc for smoking ancd chiewing.
Ei-immiry, .\nrsmg Botules. Nipple Sheik
Clipig Glasses. Laiicets. Alcohol, Hat ani
iochc Bane. dash Trools, Catmal's Hair, cit
Sbb- Hair Pieicils
:-1ll the aibove articles aro warranted gooc
and soild .on terms to please purchasers fu.
cahi oron aplproved credit.
J. D. T11BBETS.
_Edgefield C. H.. March 11 if ' 7
r arrant's Conapouhnd Extrac
B.OF CUBEBS AND tAPAVA!, statids utir
veled for its elliccy. It perlormas a cure in
few days-nto confiineent or restriction i
tiet is tiecessary. It wvill be i'ound invaluabh
beiig prepareda with the greatest possible care
ipon well-tested principles. foutnd upon thi
impijortanit Icaw first estaibiished by thce celebrc
ted Dr. Fordy cc.viz: "That a ceombinatio
of ,imilartrenmedies will produce a more ceriani
spestv andt cun.-idtetabhe effe'ct thani an i'ec
alnt dIose- of any single eone." -'A . cotimm
itiii cf Cnhlebs aend g1apaviat form a very us
fi medicine iee ceiml cases.'-Sirli. Coope
F. R. S., Ml R. S.. $&c.. $&c.
This article is juist~teceived, and for sale Iby
J D. TIBBETT'S.
Dec 10. if 46
Castings and Nails,
Hii ESncc-enb.-r .dffers for sale 3,4100 lhb
7 Cstings, ceosistinig of 4Wvens, Skillet
Spiders, &c. and 100 kegs of Cut Nail
frcua No.4 to No.20.
S. F. GOODE.
Feg qe tf5
T11 E undersigned have formed a par
nottrship in te practice of Law ciu
Equity for Edgefield. One or the otni
wil atten.l he Courts of Abbeville, Barl
well and Newt-erry.
Office at Edgefield C. H..
. N. L. GRIFFIN,
I 31. L. BONH AM.
- We are authorized to anoance Ce
JOt-IN HILL as a eguslidate. for Ordinary.
,th ne electin^. ' ef . 11
Wholesale & Retail.Glee
CORNER CENTRE AND) UAR1TEE -
H AVE just receivdd, and willicon r
receive fresh supplies of the Yo lwyr5
Articles, which bteiy offet to, theifrp d
the trade, at the lowest markefprices 1.
S.UG A R7 .
30 bhds. entisisaing of St.CIoiZ.Clad
Porto Rico atid MuseovadpU;:=i~
Double Refined Loaf, Crushed sd ddr I
sugars. * '. dr.
50 ags Old Government Jata offee'
10 do,. Angustara . db... +
125 chdice Rio do:; :
I Bale Mf cho .
15 baggy Cuba,
RlAG I1Vfi. ;
]dG yicdis ri 'vy Dundee.44f( 44 ineb. -
250 do. Kertticki,(beavy) 44 to 4bin
50 do. Tor, 45 inch'
125 do. Gunny, 2A per grd, 45 ti47 in,.'
100 do Georgia & Corolina,44 to 46 id
30 Coils ;Kntucky Rope -
59 du Manilla; db
S0 sl, IUto d0
20 bhda. t ithlda6 $io1asei
#5 bble. New (Olch5.rrt ydd
50,000 pounds Iron, 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 Windsor 'do
10 do Cane S'eat,
2 do Childrens, do -
2 do Boys, do
2 do Offices, do
2 do Rocking, d
1 do Nurse. do -
2 bales 9-4 Blankets
3 do 10-4 do (weighing ' lbs. to nhW
A good assortment of Bed Blankets fro
10-4 to 12-4.
1.000 yds. Washington Jeans (heady,)
1000 do. Coventry Plains.
100 Kegs, (assorted Sizes)
150 Bags, assorted Sizes
30 Kegs I1F Dupont's Powdet
10 do Blasting do
20 do Eagle,8porting, do
5000 lbs pure No. 1, N. Y. Union Mills
50 Boded 'Teas. Consisting of gom.
der, Hyson and imperial
Oases attees, " '
I heat Black Tea " -
200 Bhls. fresh Rock Lim.
-A L SO
Ginger, Pepper. Spice, Cinnainon; Nuints
hIdiro, Saltpetre, Blue Stone;' Coi
* 'hoei' ra4.aot
Tb . r.. . aeire. s ""'
'and les. Waihbdatds;CUoii"DF r
Clothes Pins, Brooms, Wooden' 'is
Wash Stands, Bellows. Rlakes, Sdytli
Sneeds,Cotfee Mills.Soap,Tallow & Spern
Candles WagonBoies, Measures, Saddle
lions, Windori Glass, Starch, Pistols, Tor
bacco. (srindsrones, Osnaburgs, Twine, Cato
tingts. Boots. Shoes, Wool lats,Rice.Clotheg
linskets. Almonds, Benrskins; Maclere1;
iluistard, Fifth Cha-ins; L'atnp,Oil;'a cifnicd
article oftChewing Tobacco;iegarBilidf
C Cider, Barrel Covers, Cod Fishr Plouigh
Mluds. Sole Leather, Nankeens, Cho~d
late. & c., & c. - + -
WVANTED-10.000 lhs. BEES WAX, for'
which cash will be paid.
Hlamblrr, 18346 if ,1 -.
0~ We are authorized to an
non-Col. JOHN BAUsKETTr as a
Caradulaie for the Senrate, at the ensuirig
eleciion. Feb 25 te 5
11 e are authorized to an- -
0011 noneJp TiIOS J. H IBBL ER,-aa
eandidate for the Senate, at the ensuib.
election. March 4 tea 6
, C We are anthorized to an.
. nunce N. L GRt'FF[N Esq. as a Can
dite for the Senate, dt the ensuing elec
(' ?'~e :re authorized to announce Ma'-- .1
jor JOllN B. H OLMES as a candidate
for the House of Representatives,-at the
nex' election May 6 to 15
' W eare authorized to announce B,
,C. Y ANC EY. as a candidute for the Legisla
titi e, at the ensuing eleetion. Jan 28 te I
iWe are authorized to announce Col. P.
S BaooKs. as a candidaite ihr the House
-at th. ensui ag election. Feb 25 -te 5
r We are authorized to announce JOHN
DOBY. Esq., as a candidate. for the Le
gislature at the ensuing election.
February 4 tf 2
We are authorized to announce Dart. W"
IstLH oLLAsD, Esq., as acandidate for the
aHouse of Representatives, at the ensuing
election. Feb. 25 . to 5
;We arc autho- ized to announce OLIVER
Lt ToWLEs, Esq., as a candidate for the
-Hoause of Representatives, at the enhting
election. Feb 25 to. 4a
We are atuthorized to announce Col.
A aTHUR SirnPKIrs as a eandidaje for the
H ouse of Represent atives, ae thensuing
Feb 25 to .,.. . 5
g We are authorized .to announce
M. GRaAunt, Esq., as a candidate .for
-Ordinary of Edgefield District.:sat the
Feb. 7 24
le friends of SAmlPsoN B. MAYS
.an nouncehima as a candidate for the"Ofite
of Tax Collector at the nejt election.
(?' The friends of Eaxure ModRjs,
.'Esq., announce him as a candidate-for the
oflice of Tax Collector at the insatolection.
Q'The friends of Lids(t' isk.B.'
HAanis, annonnce him as a candidatsfor
he office of tax Collector a:t~a feet elec
0?Weware authorized o anpwnocts
. rA RSH A LR. SMIT Has a eadidate
at for Tax Collector at the next electiopv
pec 24 - -