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IN COMMON PIiEAS.
' .UGH A NiXON, who his been arrested
" and is now confined within the botinds
-of the Jail of Edgefield Distrint. by virtue of
-several writs of capias- ad -satisfaciendum, at
the sntts-of Benj. W.. Bettis,.-Bland & Butler.
and John Banskett, severally, having filed his
petition, with i- schedules upon oath, of his
whole estate and effects, with the purpose of
obtaining the benefit of the Acts of the General
Assembly, commonly called the Insolvent Deb
tor's'Act+: Public Notice is hereby given.
.rtt the petition -of the said hlugh A. Nixon
wvill be-heard and considered in the Court of
-Common Pleas. for Edgefield District, at
>Edgefield Court Ilouse, on the day .of
-October next, or On saeh othet day as-the Court
.may order during the term, commencing on
the -irst Mo'nday in October next, at said place.
'atd'all the creditors of the said Hugh A. Nix
on, are hereby summoned, peisomilly. or by
a- srney, then and there in said Court, to show
ause, if any they cant. why the benefit of the
.Acts aforesaid.. afould not be granred. to the
said -Hugh A. Nixon, upon his executing the
assignment req'ired by the Acts aforesaid.
THUS. G. BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office. June12d, 1846.
July 1 13t 23
State of South Carolina,
Iy COMMON PLEAS.
A C. WISE, who has been arrested, and
. is now coifined within the bounds of
the Jail of Edgefield District, by virtue of a
Writ ofcapias ad satisfaciendum. at the suit of
CharlesLamar, having filed his petitioon with
a schedtta on oath. of his whole estate and ef
'fects,'with the purpose ofibtaining the benefit
Hof the Acts of the General Assembly, common
ly called the Itisolvent Debtor's Act,. Public
notice is hereby given. That the petition of
the said A. C. Wise, wiil he heard and oonsid
'ered in the Court of Common Pleas, for Edge
field District, at Edgefield Court [louse, on the
day of October next, or -on' such other
-day as the'Court may order during the 'term,
commencing on'the first Mlonday in October
next, at said place, and all the creditors of the
said C. A, Vise, are hereby sumnnioned, per
sonally, or by attorney, then and there, in said
Court, to show cause, if any they can, why
the benefit of the Acts aforesaid, should not be
granted to the said A. C. Wise, upon his exe
cuting the assignment required by the Acts
THOR. G. BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, June 2.d, 1846.
Julv.1 13t 23
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Robinsons & Caldwell,
. vs. Bail I 'rit
IVER SIlPSON who is now in the
ct tody of the Sheriff of Edgefield Dis
Iric, by virtue of thei surrender of his Bail, at
-the suit of Robinsons & CaldweIl,-having filed
his petition, with-a 'schedule otn oath, of his
'whole estate and -effects with the purpose of
.obtaining thebenefils of tho-Acts of tht+ Gene
ral Assenby, 'called the Insolvent Debtor's
Acts. Pnblic.Nbtice'is hereby given. That the
petition, efithe"said Oliver Simpson, will be
heard anidconsidered-in the Court-of Common
Pleas,-for Edgefield District, at Edgefield-Court
House, on the - day of October next. or
-on' such other day as -the .Court may older,
'JItiig tlie.term, cqmmencing.on the first Mon
day in-October nexi, atsaid place, and all the
oieditors of the said Oliver Simpson-are hereby
suaunoned, personally, or by attorney,then
dand there in said Court. to show cause, if any
iney'can, why the benefit of the Acts afbresaid,
shoulil not be granted to the said Oliver Simup
son, upon his executing the assignment requir
ed by the Acts aforesaid.
THOS. G. BACON, Clerk.,
Clerk's Office, 20th June, 1846.
July 1 13t 23
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT.
IN T HE CUMMON PLE AS.
4'1ALEB3 BROADWVATlER, and D. M.
./BROADWVATlEi. who have beent ar
rested and art now cotnfitned withtin the botnnds
of the Jail of Edgefield District.-by virttue ot'a
writ of capias ad satisfaciensdum at thie-stit of
Goode &%. Lyon, htaving filed their pe(tittion with
a schedule on oath, of their whole estate and
effects with the purpose of'obtriaiig the besre
fits of thet act of the Genteral Assemhtlly c~hrn
mnorily called the hitsolveitt Debtor's Acts
Public Notice is hereby giveni,thiat thte petiton
of the sarid Camleb Brosadwater and D.M. Brosad
water will be herd and considered in the Cot~rt
of Commnon Pleas f'or Edgefield District, at
Edgelield Conrt House, on thre day of
October next, or on such other day as the Court
may order duringw the term. co:nnnettg our
the first Mounday ini October inext, at ssid. Islace,
and all the creditors of the said Caleb Broad
wvater anid D. 31. Broadn ater, are hereby sorn~
moned persontally, or by attorney, thteni atid
thtere its said Court, to show cause, ifainy they
canr, wvhy the beinefits of thtt Acts aforesaiid,
shotuld niot be grsnted to the said Caleb Broad
water, and D. 31. Broadwater. tpont thteir ex
ectuting the aisignmtetit regntired by the Acts
afrsi. THOS. G BA~CON, Clcrk.
Clerk's Office, June 22nd, 1846.
July 1 13t 23
!ff mr, a. Jayne's Car mninative
.Balsam.-owst-L & -Vtatflf U omt's-ri
-No t'uas so Par.-Dr Jayine. N'..8$ $oth
Third street, is wviling to gutararntee' thatt Ihis
CA R3N.\IlVI: BA L$A31 will (tire Diarr.
hw~a, Cholics. Cramips. Grtiin Pains. Cholera
3lorbus. Sumn' Comsiplaitnt, -oud other do'
raungemra ts at' the Stsrinach and~ Bowels. irn
ninety nine cares osut of a hundred, and ini less
thtan half tire time it can be et1ected by atny
It i.. extremely pleasatt and children are
fond of it. It is equaily as effectual for adults
as childs'en, as whsen the directions are followed.
and a ctire is not effected, the mtonety will be
cheerfully retuirned Price 25 and 50 cents a
R. S. ROBERTS, is Dr. D. Jayne's only
Agent at Edgefield Conirt liouse.
Beware of Counterfeits !
. July 3t 23
State of South Carohna,
ILE COMMON PLE AS.
John B. Gordon, )Declaration in
Jos. N. Perrin. Pleas.
TIIE Plaintiff int the above case. hsavinig this
J.day fIed hi.. do c.larationt in m3 office, aitd
the Defendant having neither Wife or Attor
neflcnown to reside wirtin the limits Qf the
State, on whom a-copy of thte same with-a rule
tn-flea4 carsbe served, on motion of Bauiskett.
Plaiitiffettney:it: is''ordered. that the said
Defendant de p'pear. and plead to said (dee
larattion within a year and a day from the datte
hereof, or' judgmsent svillbe dwarded against
hint by default: -
* THOS. Go BA CON, c. c R. V.
Clerk's Office. Oct 17th 1845 ly 39
TWIhN R. WKVER as, a can ~iate for.
the Itouse-of Representatives, at the next
.1t. - .JonOS3:- 'sJ9"
-A Challenge to the World.
WE fearlessly challenge all men, whether
Medical men or inventors of Quack
Nostrums, to produce the evidence of so won
derfil a cure ofScrifula us the followimg, which
was performed in ELEVEN DAYs !
Read it! Read it!
Messrs. Rovand & Walton-Gentlemen:
In justice to you. and as an act of charity to
those afflicted as I have been, I cheerfully fur
nislh you testimonial of the astonishing cure
performed upon meby your "D i. CULLEN'S
INDIAN VEGF-TABLE PANACEA." More
than two years since, I was attacked with a
most obstinato and frightful Scrofula, which
baffed the skill of the most eminent physicians
in our city. Among other remedies, I used
sixteen bottles of "'Swaim's Panacea." twelve
bottles " Sarsaparilla and lodihe," and large
quantities of Ilydriodate of Potash, and was
still growing worse.
My mother seeing your advertisement of
"DR. CULLEN'S PANACEA," called upon
you and you spoke so confidently of it that I
was induced to try it, although I had bur little
faith in its efficacy, after having tried so many
other remedies without relief. My face, fore.
head, nose, ears, and one side of my throat were
almost covered with highly inflamed and pain
ful ulcers, when I commenced using the -PA
NACEA." on the-29th of December, 1845-and
to my utter astonishment, the swelling and
soreness were entir.ely removed in twenty-fuur
hours--'dinitWo days the ulcers comnmenced
healing ! I am now using the third bottle-the
ulcers are all healed, and m h
restored. Yours, &c.,
JOHN W. APPLETON,
No. 8. Madison street.
Phila., Jan. 10. 1846.
Cty of Philadelphia, ss :
Personally appeared before me,
[L. s.] the subscriber, Mayor of said city,
John W. Appleton, who being sworn,
deposes and says that the facts set forth in the
foingoing statement are true. In testimony
whereof, I have hereunto set my ndme aind
caused the corporate seal to be affixed, this
tenth day of January, A. D. 1846.
.,signed, JOHN SWIFT, Mayor.
The above certificate of our Son is without
the least shade of exaggeration. His case we
had considered almost hopelesa. after so many
celebrated -emedies had l'ailed, and we attri
bute his final cure in the IscREDIBi.Y SHORT
SPACE OF ELEVEN DAYS to your "PANACEA"
Signed, -DANIEL APPLETON,
'Jan'y. 10th, 1846. ANN M. APPLETON.
I can cheerfully bear testimony to the above
acry cxtraordinarg cas muid believe it to be one
of the most wconderfulcures -on record. I was
presm-nt when Mr. Appleton called to see Row
and & Walton, in relation-o iris case. His
face was then ahnost covered with sCoFULoUs
ULCEft3, which were highly influmed and very
painful-and I must say that .I -very much
doubted that a cure could ever be effected It
is hardly probable that Mr. Appleton -would
have livedtidrce months longer without relief.
Signed, -WILLIAM .STEEIANG, M. D.
'Jariary 10, 1816.
"Culler 's Panacea," sold. Whilesale and
Retail by 3os. T. Cowand. No. 376 Market
street; 'P. I1. Horncorner Fourth and Poplar;
G.W.Vaughan. corner Sackamaxon & Queen
sts., 'Kensungton, and our accredited Agents,
R S. ROBERTS, Agent, Edgefield'C.'H.,
South Carolina. -
July 1 - t i8
T-Jayne's Tonik Vermifuge
Some miedicines, warranted to "destroy worms
in children," are apt to destroy children too.
This is not the case with J.iTsE's Tosic Va
MIFUGE. It does not contain a single ingredient
which can harm the.uiost delicate-inifat, and
yet it expels worms from the system with a fa
cility and certainty perictly astonishing. Nor
is this its only sanative property, it is a fine
Stomachic, and in remittent and intermittent
fevers has been administered with must gratify
ing results. Obstinate cases of Piles have
yielded to its influence, and its tonic qualities
render it an excellent medicine in the conva.
lescent stage of all diseases. It is exceedingly
pleasant to the taste.
Dau JAYNr.'s h!ain Tosic-For the Preser
vation. Growth. atid Restoration of the llair,
and which will positively bring new hair on
the bald head. anid preven~t its tiahing ont or
turmlng grey. This is an e'xcellnt article, and
has, in hundreds of inistances. produced a fine
growth of hait on the heads of those who have
Ured the foiloing fromn the Boston Ma il, May
" Jaysies H1-am ~Tourc.-After giving the
rnticle a fair trial, we unhesitatingly pronounce
it to; he-what it hprotesseP, the best article.
w ithout any exceptiotn.in -usa -fo:- the restota
tion and prevalenice of the humean hair. We
kniowv of nmerous instance~s where the hair
has be-en restoredl to heuds which have beenm
bald for years ; and we think we cantot do -a
greater favor than to recommnend to all our ren
ders who are losing their hair. to make tiial of
this Tonic immediately."
Prepared ouly at No. 3 South Third street,
From the Rev. Ira Ml. Allen.
Philadelphia, Jutne 9, 1838.
To my personalfrienads :
I would say, that I amt well acquainted with
DAvit JAYNE. M. D.. and know himi to be a
respectabl+ Physician and Druggist, of this city
--a gentleman in whom entire conmfideince may
he placed. I have tested ir mny owvn c se the
benieficiaml effects of his Carmiinative Balsam.
and have grenter cor.fidence in it thaii all oilher
meitdirimt-s ".f the kind. His ilspectorant is
equally celebrated and ilicncions.
IRA M. ALLEN,
Agcnt of the A'mer. and Fore-ign Bible Society.
is. S. ROBERTS. is Dr. V. Jniyne's only
Agenit at FAd&field Conrt house.
Becuare of Uounterfeits !
Juily 1 3t 23
Statte of South Caroinia.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
S. T1 H ughes I Declarlstion in
Pasc-hal T illman. IAUachmnent.
r1 tile Plainitiff in the above case having this
Iday filed his declaurattoi in my office. and
the Defindant having nteither Wsife~ nor At
orney knowni to reside withinm the- limits of
this Stste, oi whom a copy tofsuid Declera
in with a rule to plead can be served, on mo
tioni, Griffin, Plaintiff's Attoi ney, ordered that
said Defendant appjear and plead to said Dec.
aration withiin a year anud a day from the date
ereof, .or judgment will be awarded against
a by default. T. G- BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office. Jan. .301846. ly 3
State of South Carolina.
EDGEFIELD DISTIT. -
TOL LID before me, by G, W. Jonies, liv
ing near the Pine House, in said district,
i estray MULE of Te~ bay color, of aboit
hree feet six inehes in height of about six:
ears old, and without any brands or marks
erceivable. The said Mule has been apprais
d at five dollars.
JOSEPH ABNEY, Magistrate.
May 20 . am4m 17
~~The friends of Col. JOHN QUATTrac
tM aunoUnee him me a cibadidate fdr-the
oReie of Tax Collector, at the next elec
C AN-DID ATE S.
' We are anthorized to an
nounce N. L. GRIFFIN E'sq. as a Can
didate for the Senate, it tlie ensuing elec
We are authorized to ai
nounce .apt TIIOS-Q. HIBBbER, as a
eandidate for the Sebate, atflie ensuing
election. March 4 (e; .6
O We are authorized to an
nounce Col. JOHN BAUS ETT as a
Candidate for the-rSate, at die *ensuing
election. r t b 2, 5
(7 We are authoized.o announce
L vrt R. WILsoN, as a candiate for the
Offe of Tax Collector at thiEtiest election.
'Peb.26 '. -to ::t} 5
(r The friends'of Licut.A'fhIE B.
ARRts, announce' him as it vudiiidate for
he oflice of Lax Collector at the 'nextielec
- (ONWo are authorized to announceo
MAKSHAL R. SMITH asa candidate
for Tax Collector at the nex.t election.
Dec24 -ti. y - 48,
QrThe friends of Siw;os!,41 Mais
announcehim as a candidata jhe Office
of Tax Collector at the nex eection.
Oct.30 tf , 40
( The friends of EnttiD MORRIs,
Esq., announce him as.aaididate for the
office of Tax Collector at i'iknext election.
Nov 6. tir 41
( MW e are authorized to tinnoonce Col.
JOt-IN H ILL as a candidate bor Ordinary at
the next election " 11
(:?'We are authorized to announce.
Al. GRAUnia, Esq., as a candidate for
Ordinary of Edgefieid District, at the
Feb. 7 .' --; 2
7'We re anthorizi-tonnounce Ma
jor JOHN B. H-OL1ES as a candidate
for the House of Reptsentatives, at the
next election. Maf 6, te 15
(MWe are authorized to; :nounce B.
C. YANCEY. as a candiduted 'the Legisla
tute, at the ensrtitig election rn 2E e 1
We are authorizediut a monce Col. P.
S. Buaoss, as a candidateur the Hu'me
at the ensuing election. Feb 25 te 5
We are authorized to-atnoutnce JOHN
DOBY. Esq., as a carndida;e for the Le
oislaiure at the ensuing election.
February 4 if 2
We are authorized to announce DA:4
tELIIoLL.tn, Esg,, as a candidate for the
House of Represcntativei, at tho ensuing
election. F-b. 25 te 5
3 We are autho'ized to announce OLIvER
ToWLEs, Esq., as a candidate for the
Hlouse of Representativcsf at the enstiug
elretion. - Feb 25 to 4
We are authorized. to announce Col.
ARTUULt SasWKINs as a candidate for the
House of Rcpresentatives at t'e ensuing
iFeb 25 t5
iThe friends.f MnJ."S. C. SCOTT
annoutico him as a candidate for Tax
Colletor it ihe cnsuLzjj on.
Nov i. if 41
To the lIndependejit Voters of
Edgeie-d D st ict !!
Fellow Citi:cns :-Contrary to the ad
vice and wishes of my friends I oiler my
self as a Ctindidate for the office of Tax
Collector, and soliert your suf'rages. If
elected. whickh I do not expect to be. I wi!l
diseharge tho dutic of thefltice to the best
of my abilities.
. JOHNJ. hicCOh LOUGH.
September 10 -die 3
PROC LAM A'TIONI.
Crni~xs-ro, (8. C. )June 15. 1846.
By his Excelle~ncy WM A A.E., Esq.. Gorcr
nior and commraader usin in and o-rcr thec
State of ..runth Caroliaz.
W [Elt EA S. information has beent receiv
ed at this Dep'artttent, that a daring
nod outrageons attempt to coin'nil murder, by
shooting iEit, a Ifaithfuil and viunable servant
(the drivez) of John W. Sojimimra, Esq., of St
Pautl's Parish, by some persotn or persotns. sup
posed to be runaway slalves. antit as it has tbeen
been'reported that a second attempt was mande,
(on the ighct of the 1 th Jnne. in Lumnterville.
whete the afuresaid Kit was rentoved for safety
and attendance ona account of' his woun mds.) by
shootitng through the window it-to his room, at
tached to the dwelling: Now, know ye, that
juistice may be done, I do hereby~ offer a reward
ohf ONE H UNDRED DOLLA RS for the ap
preheinsioii and safe dehiverya:any jail withini
this State. of the perpetrators ofthe nhove acLt
Given under my hand this .15th day'of innle, in,
the year one' thousatid egt h'uandred anid
forty six. andi in the seve-ntiet ye'ar of Amer
ican Indepenidence. -
By the Governor.
RusT. Q. Pincrugy, Sedretar~y of State.
June 24 3t 22
The south. Carciinianl,
A. Gi. SUMMER AND B. R. CARROLL.
Should sufficient encouragement be re
cei ved,The proprietois propose to issue the
South' Carolinian, after the first day of
October next, as follpws:
A SENI-WESKLY Paper at S5 per an
num, in advance ; or 66 at the..end of the
A WEEKLY Paper at $3 per annumn, in
advance; or $4 at the end of the year.
Both papers will coniuin the same read
nog matter, aud also, all new 'advertise
The Souths Carolinian wil be printed
on the very beet paper, with new and beau
July 17 ' f 21
ICE ! ICE.
b . TIBBETTS will keep criistandyl~ on
Je hand a stitply of Ice fritil October.
Persons wishiing 10 purchase niayf-rely upon
setting it in any quantity. Nonte will be sold
us the Sabbath, except foMedical puirposeS.
June 17 - tf 21
Br. A.. Youngbood,
kFFER$ his rofessional services to thme
esctizens of Edgefield.Villagc a'nd vicinity
)ffice next door, East of Dr.,R. T. Mtims
Cheap Cash-Store !
NL W A Ra IVALS.
O HOCOLATE at 124.cents a cake,
. Wooden Clothes Pius, for hanging clothes
on lines at 12& cents a dozen,
Cuba Molasses tat.t7 cens a gallon,
Numbers 1 &.2 Mackerel in barrels.
1 bale Stripes at .12s cents, and Osnaburgs at
10 cents'a Yard,
2 hoxes Oranges.
2 " Lemons,
Sperm Candles, Mustard in cans and bottles,
Fine Segars 100 in a box, at$1 00 a box.
McAllister's All lleuling Salve,
Thompson's Eye Water, Fahuestock's Vermi
Harrison's Ointment, Houseman's Congh
Philotoken. Peters' Pills. Spencers' Pills,
Moffat's Life Pills and Sitters.
Champion's Bilons Pills, Vistar's Balsam of
Tonqua Beans, super Carbonate of Soda,
Silver Leak; Husband's Magnesia, Patent
Ci rne 'ellow . hmnt and raw Terra Sienna.
Utuber, Chrsne areen. Venutian lied, Span
W ilcra, 'v the1 0aniec of box.
Ladies' I'runena sital t;tiers.
Gentlemen's Call fashionaebl sexed Boots, $5
Fine Table Salt; Ladies' Kil Grecian Ties,
Buskins and colored half gaiters, a new
article. Rt. S. ROBERTS.
Edgefield C. II.. June 30. 1846. t 23
Land for Sale.
7 LiE Suhsciber has determinei tea oIler
T at private sale, the well known tract of
Land on which he now reside-. on th Pine
Honse Road. leading to lIianbu rg. 1 mil's
from the Pine Moose. formerly known as
Evan's. It is an excellenst and fr a small
country business. either liar a Grocery or Dry
Goods Store. The tract cont'ainc 156 acres,
more or less. and the hind is in a goad state for
ciltivation. For particulars, apply to the
subscriber on the premises.
C. M. G RAY
April S 3m 11
- LL Persons having detnatds a;ainst
A h Ir E;UI'e u. \Va. hn-on d;
ceased, are reque~sted to render thema in
necurdiig to law. Thoe indebted to said
Estate are requested to nake immediate
D. B ' UNSON, Executor.
April 22 :f 13
A LL persons having demands against the
1 essate of David lichardsoun, are resbnest.
ed to present them ioined'ately. properly at
tested. and all debtots of the estate, are required
to make prompt pavmlent, as the alitirs of the
estate are abo t to he closed.
JAS- M. ltli:IA1ilDSON,
JAS. S. GUIGNAtI),
May 1 ' 13
addleiV and Uni'.acss
I take great pleasure in
" returning to my patrons and
'"1 riends in general, my ail
-- h4f'cre thanks, for their very
+ a ti! ib: ral patronage during the
* ! ast year I would also
take this pror innity to in.
l firtm them, that I shall still
conti:ue to carry oan miy ba.
-Iness at my old staid, at the first door above
Preslev aid lrg an's brirk store; where may
he fouiud, at all tint-, aill iands of I11 : SS,
S 4DIL-S. 11111 1l), aind all other articles
generally kept in such astabli.lhmetnts.
llilliaryv equaipatge, mtadel to order ini the most
approaveda style, n ill also bet proamptly fairmish
od tat imy ,.hop.
All p'eisons wishing to baiy. I hope will give
att a call. I shiall enaaictv ir to pitt ailh my ar
ticl-s tas loaw, a~s ini justice toa aysetlf. I can ;ios
sibly talfotd teo do. D). ABUIEY.
May 13 if IGl
1 L 1-.. P"a. hai' a juti received amie
, pndalarge atnd laendlsomet atsseat
menat ofSPflNG AYL SU.\lIMEl GuODS.
prirhatsed in Chatrlestona eantd New Yoa k, con.
prin a geneaitl atsortmtentt ef
Staple andl Fancyi Goods, Haurai
War'C. ('rockery. Groceries.
flats, 'i'ors, Boannets. Books
and Stationery, .addl, ry and,
and a gretat vatriety oaf other articles usutailly
kept ini onr line. All ofC w.hicha we will sell
.a termas toe stl the timies
liTI'We inivite ouer friends to call anad ex
ainea one stuck..
A prilS 8if 1!
A NAWV iY friam the subascrilaer abot
the 10th oef Januairy.a Negro Womttan.
v mnnata of NlICY, eaf dark comaplexioe, aut
3I8 years of age ; shee is suprosed to be abott
l'arles Glover's plantation. wvhere shae haq
een seen. The abtovee rewvardh will be paid to
my person whoe will -leliver her to me at Edge
Seld Court flhetse.
S F. GOODE.
Edgefleld C. 11., A pri :29 tf 14
Mairy Mooaaere itad others, ) Bill for
irs Michael Batrr. Admi'r, Injuncion and
andi others. f Iclief.
IT apapearing tn the satisfac'tioen of thte otm
misonater, that George W. Ytarboronagh
mdai Eliztabethi his Wife'. Defenudants in this
ate. reside withoutt the limits uofthtis State, on
notiona of Mr. Bansakett. Comtepl. Soliciteor, it is
rered dehat the Defhed;atts do aelpear and1(
>had. iaswver ear dteatnr, to the Comaian~ttts
ill of comiaplainet, n ithm ttlee mounath~freoma the
mhiation, hereof. air the staid bill waill bo taken
>ro conafesso, agtainasa eeem..
S. S. TOMPKINS. C. E. E D
April22 1846 3m 13
The state of South Carolina,
Ilary Loveless. A pp. 1
vs. ' Summons in
enjamin F' Loveless Partition.
mdt others Def endnnts J
T " aippearinig to my satisfnction that
WVilson H-. Loveless, one oft the dle
endats, retides without thet limits of this
tte, -it is therefore Ordlered, That he do
ppear .ndeaobject tea the division, or sle;
f the: Reael Estate- of'Martin Loveless,
~eceased. on ear before the first Mtonday in
uly naext, or his consent to the same will
e entered of record.
Given under my - hand at my office,
~pril 3,1846. JOHN HILL, o. E.D.
12. -. . 12w .
SIBLEY & CRAPON,
Wholesale & Retail Grocers
CORNER CENTRE AND MARKET STREETS,
HAMBURG, S. C.
H AVE just received, and will 'continue to
receive fresh supplies of the following
Articles, which they oler to their friends and
the trade, at the lowest market prices :
30 hhds. cntisasing of St. Croir, Clairfield
Porto Iico and Muscovudo.
Double Reflined Loaf, Crushed and Powdered
50 bags Old Government Java Coffee,
10 do. Angnstura do.
125 choice Rio. do.
I Bale alocho do.
15 bags Cuba.
100 pieces Heavy Dundee. 44 to 45 inch.
250 do. Kentucky, (heavy) 44 to 45 in.
50 do. 'row, 45 inch
125 do. Gunny, 21 per yard, 45 to 47 in.
100 do Georgia & Corolina, 44 to 45 in
300 coils Keniucky Hope
50 do Manilla, do
50 do. Jute do.
20 hhds. Trinidad Molasses
25 bbla. New Orleans. do
50,000 pounds Iron, of all sizes. Also,
a good assortment of Hoop and Band
Iron, German an Caster & Cast Steel.
.. .CON & -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 Ollices, do
2 do Rocking, do
I do Nurse. do
2 bales 0-4 Blankets
3 do 10.4 do (weighing 7 lbs. to the
A gootJd Lsortimert of Bed Blankets from
10.4 to 12.4.
. s. Wah:ington Jeans (heavy,)
1000 do. Coventry Plains.
100 Kegs, (assorted -Sizes)
150 Bags, nssotted Sizen
30 Kegs Il' Dupont's Powder
10 do Blasting do
20 do Eagle.Sporting, dp
5000 lbs pure No. 1, N. Y. Union Mill
50 Boxes Teas. Consisting of gun pov
der, llyson and Imperial
t; ases attees,
I hest Black Tea 4"
200 Bbls. fresh Rock Lime.
-A L S .
Ginger, Pepper. Spice, Cinnamon, Natri'eys,
Indigo, Saltpetre, B!ue- Stone.. CopIeras,
ShoeThrend. Snuif, Cotton &:W'ol Cards,
Brass Bound Buckets, Painted Buckets,
Tubs. Churns, Keelers. Willow Wagons
and Cradles. Washboards, Cocoa Dippers,
Clothes Pins, Brooms, Wooden Bowls,
Wash Stands, Bellows, -Rakes, Scythe
Sneeds, Cofee Mills,Soap,Tarlk.w & Sperm
Candles. IVagon Boxes. Measures, Saddle
lions, Windorr Glass. Starch, Pistols, To.
bacco. (.rindstones, Osnabnrgs, Twine. Cas.
tinzs. Boots, Shoes, Wool lars.Rice,Clothes
Baskets, Almonds, Bearskins. M1ackerel,
M1ustard, Fifth Chains. Lart. Oil; a choice
article of Chiewiit' ',,racnt; Vi..ngir. Bexes,
C Cider, Barrel Covers, God Fish, Plough
Sloilds, Sole Leathter, Nanikecns, Choco
late, & c., & c.
WVA NT ED-10.000 lbs. BEES WAX, for
which cash will he paid..
Ilanmbirg, 1840 rf 1
TU -- THE PUBLIC.
B thelr last Will aind TIestamnent of Alex
andrer Do'syner, deceased, late offBeacit
Island. provision has been made for thre ain
-nanee aind eduncaition of a ntruber of indigent
orphlans of this District. under the age of 14
yeairs-anid by ain act of~ thre Legislattnre, Comi
mnissiorn,-rs have been appointed tor carry onit
Irh enrevolei designs of thre Testator. They
Ihave procired in sitablle locaio'n at Beach is
land, eigrht miles brelow Ilamnburg, and densigtn
:rs s'on as they camn asrertainr thre nurmber of
hrerneficiarries, to erect ru itable buildings for
'heir accumh'iodation, anrd to obtain the servi
res of rr cimrpetcent personi to take charge of
Thre desi:rn u-f this commnnication is to so
licit rhe co operariron of te citizens getnerally,
hut toore partienharly of thne Commnissiotners of
Free Schools, in ascertaing the ntumbher of chiil
direni in their respective neighborhoods entitled
to tire beniefits designed by the benefaction of
Commnications addressed to us thrrotngh the
Hamunurg Post Otfire. will be thirrkfully re
51. GA LPIHIIN,
D. A RDIS. Commn'rs.
A pril 29 tf 14
The 'iambutrg Journal will copy.
H. L. JEFFE RS.
General Agent and Comnnission
Merchant, haanburg. S. C.
TIILL~ offers Ii -ervlees to Iris fileinds and
thre pubbeh, rid hre will devote his undivi
:led atantionr to e
SELLING OF COT TON AND FLOUR.
R EC~litNG AND FoRwAatDrso Goons.
Buying Goods for Planters or Merchants, or
attend to any, busimuss thnat may be
commitecd to his care.
lHe emibraces this opportunity of tendering
uis thianks to his frienids for their liheral patro.n
ige- heretoforie besiowved, and by industry and
:lose attention to bursiness. he hopes tor mierit.
rind to conitinnol to receive the s-tm'. It shall bre
uis aim to manke all Iris charges as light as pos
'ible. knowing thatr it will he to his interest to
:losely observe tire interest of his friends.
L~iberal adlvanees will be made if required. on
roducee senrt to him for sale or store Cotton
etit to hinm by Boats, willl be receivedh free of
chnarfage. All produce sent to himi for sale
viiili- beiromptly sold eon arrival, if so ordered.
A :,ir n if 28
Castings and Mails,
H- R Subscriber offers for sale 3,000 lbs.
~Casrtings, consisting of Ovens, Skillets.
~pidlers, &c. and 100 kegs of Cut Nails.
'rom No.4 to No. 20.
S. F. GOODE.
F9 atf 5
B ULL'S COMIPOUND OF. SARSA
PARILLA.. This preparatieft er Sar.
nimrilia possess all tire active ~prop'erties of
a Root, ih a high concentratedstate.~
.Tust received, and for sale-b
De.1 tnt - 46< --
HE Subscriber respedul-ithm a
Sfriend and the public atrlargqbaihe
has hail -his.H.ouse thnroughly:eirld. anrd
has niade a large. additiop toale sameb i
purchase of the adjeiiii.' Honse i h+ll
enable him to accommodite ut'-lIeitfotty pr
fifty chore persons during: Courtsaaid' other
times than lie formerly .did.---His ha"ieatar
has been concentrated to the 'coifrt--ataiIcoa
venience of.all those. who bsyfavff~ed.hbiin ;
with their patronage; and. he faitershiiself
that a discernntg and generonnhpublic illion
tinue to bestow on htin a share of dgir f'vdrs.
He will, as heretofore. endeivor -dfurnish
his Table With the best that d1kG country e an
Having removed his Bar at he 'f( st
end of the :House adjoining' litde~r n. a
noyanco can be .experiencedlby .tli s ..iru'
tip at his. Hotel.
His Bar will be furnisheal theljpt
Liquors; and his Stables supplied-wjlh good
-ahd wholesome provender aodattentive Host
February 25 . .5
State of SOuth CaroI
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT: -
in the Court of Oriina
Austin:Rbowe und ot'ers4 \
Appli'ts, vs. Mary Rooe -. ----
and others, Def'ts. '
T appearing to my satisfaToa b hat
Andrew Jackson Rone lives 'ey'id
the limits of this Stateit is thilaetofeb'r
dered that he do appear and objectthe
divisinn or. sale of the real estaleof:W1mn
11 Rowe, deceased. oor 'before-the-first
Monday in Septegibri next. or theircon
sent to the same willhe-entered of regord.
Given under my hand utiy dc9e2d
June, 1846. . -
JOHN hILL, O ED.:
June 3d. 1846 12 w 19
NEW SPRING OOD-,
LM4. KtE T CH A M &.G
HAIBURG, SO C
H AVE received their: spring i Itf- ..
Dry Goods, of. the lateststyJe _ndpatb
.erns, coinsisting in part of Graduate obesr
Plain Muslin l(obes, .Rich Draipery lrt ,
Printed Lawns, new 'styles- Baragep"sng
hams and Muslina. Chambray (G:iga
children, Book,; nll Jueonet CrovssB rred
Swiss anmd Cainbe Muslins . Brawn- i s4
Drills, Brown Linen Table -Cutlqs by ito -
yard or patterii.' latask 'Table' Dia Idis
Linen; Linen Sheetin i . Linen and-' iiies
.Skirting;- Rich Fancj spring i Pitts gJotof
superior Calicoes; at 124 cAnts fstcoloil,
Nankeens, Checks, ricks,.Gloves;yj.arl
Parasolenes, Sh&nShades, bitidiPamCie and
Silk Handlierclners, .Ftrnith'rdhiinitb Fiti
ges, Pala) andLeaf [IatsLadies'cand Iisses'
plai, Straw and. Leliorn .Gpsey. Bnneits,
lowers, Tabbs and Ribbons,'Ladies died
Slippers. Childeit's black-anidcolorod Shoes
&c. AInt of.-Hasiery .: pe eehi. per -
than ever before otfe.red a.n tliis'tmarke ?$f -.
which, together with our formpr stnoeke zltcc
sotl tow- for l*romptPay.
A pTil JO.-'~ .
3 D. TI&BETT&
AS jirs i ceis d -and'willkkp- ieb1i
stanlv on.ianda RinSH supply-of
Drugs, Medlcines,. 'Palns Ojls
a nd -n Stuffs... -
He does not tliitk .proper. o Humbutg be
public, by advertising las pices; bb'atperopn
wi.hig ro. pirchase maybe assured. tihat -he
will dell ut as LOW PRiss as any obe inEdg
Iieldt ianmg or Augusta: ;
1'hc following constitutes a par4of hi
stock of Medicines
Epsom and Glauber Salts, -t .
Caster Oil in bottles, orby the allon .-e,
Caloniel, Tart. Emetic, Assaf ti~da,,Arro.
Root, Rhurba rb, Jalaip, Mlagiesia.GiuqtM3ih,
A loes, Gammboge. Cayenne Pepper, Ilorphic.
Uremor Tartar, Opium, Laudanut, Paregon
ic. Quiine; Preparations of iros, Squillsp
Sweet Oil, Sarsaparilla Root, and-preparatioins'
of the same, Cnauiva, Chloride of Soda, Ether.
Camphor, Nitre, A mmonia Hive Syrupiand
any othe~r article that may be called for. -
PATENT N EDICINES.
07Al of Dli. JATN L.'s Medicines, wa:rtiited.
geniuine. Sold'as cheap as can be foundat.
any Drn: Store, in this or any..-other' place
obtained directly from Dr. J ayne, thiough
his only Agent in Augusta.
Bual's Sarsaparilla. Sand's Sarsapirille
Carpenter's Do. Philotokein, -
Carpenter's Extract Cubebs end-CopiatvpV
a rrant 's -Do., M edicommenfumr Godfreyfs
Cordial, Mloffart's Pills,'atoffatt's Btters,
Cl~ampinn's Feter and Ague' Pills 2Champi
on's V'egitable Antildyspeptic Pills,.Bull's
Fever and Aguae Pills, Spencer's PillsMinil'e
Lozenges, Peter's Pill's, Cook's 3Pill's~ .u.
11ont Tooth Drops. T'homupson's' Eye Waters,
TIabnestock's Vermifuge, ThompsoriianMede
icines. Rowand's Totaic Mixltie,,Seidhitz ad
Soda Powders. Snain'd Paitacea,.Tlurligton's
Balsam, Day's Linimient,.- Harriso'n's:Oin.
ment, a sure cute for-scald hep.. Catipa's
Accoustic Oil. for deainess,-and -alythe
Patent M edicinies in commaon tne.4:'
PAINTS AND OILS.e -:N
While Lead,olf all kinds; Red do ;derdi'
gris, Spanish Brown, V-netian Red, -andy.ka
Brown, Turkey Humber,~.Chrt'ine Gredny
Ceronie Yellow, Vermillion,. - tonie i~chre..
Ivorv slack, Terra Siinna, Drop Lake: Pa.:
tent'Blac. Lam p Blaick, Yellow'-OchreLiii.
arge, Russian Blue, Tur-penine, Rose Pi.,
Varnish of all kinads, Linseed Oif,- Taati uOil.
Lamp Oil, Neat's Foot Oil,:and -all the Essen4
Spanish Float. Inidigo,- Annatte2 Madderi
Logwood, Camwood, Brazil:.Wood, Fustic,
Red Saunders, Tnmeric, Coperas, Auum,
Bluestone, and all other Dye Staffs.- --
SPIC EB. -
Black Pepper. Allspice, Mae Clianion
Cloves, Ginger, Race .and Pulveized -Net
es, MISCEl.LANEOIS. L..~*
Window Glass,fhrm8. 10 Uo M
Pmtv. Whiling, Sperm Cande~andleWiefs
Castihe Soap, -Chalk; Coiurt Plsitte,-Piax
Seed, Wafers. Tooth Brushes. Glue, Gnld and.4
Silver Leaf. Syringe~s or all lyind'se-Trauase,
Ink, Black and .j Re," Iakiowders,.Lemnon
Syrup, Mustard,,Pink SaerrSuflifor a -r
ice, Matches, Pumamice detone,-.Rotten Stone,.
Sal Eratus. Poitash, Salt Bette Sealing Wax.
Sponge, Starch, Pauint- Brushes of every dei
script'on; Whits - Wash Brushis, Distinga
Brushes, SweepinmgBrashes, Scrubbing, Horse
an' Shoe- Biushes;2 Himir Brushes8iainij
Boxes, Shaving .Soap,- crealkinds.Washing
Soaps. Toilet. Saps. Rose, of-various kinds;j
a variety of.fine articles.. of Tobacco. - Also,
fie cut Tobacco for'sdboking anid cheig.Ji
*Etmary, Nursing B'ottles~ ippl6 Shlls,'
Cupping Glasses, .Lancets, Arcohol, Rat and
Roach:Bane, Sash Tools, Carns's lirand
Sable Hair'Pencils. -
. All the above- ar'ticles .are warranted good,
and sold oni teri:is to please izrchaiers. for,
caslii oron approved'credit.
Edgefleld C. h., March 11 40" -