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- tei' idelivered' by the' Rev:' Jacob
oP on'tb en veing before the battle'f
, e:, bof -the lith Sep
,? ,1 'ivwar pronounced before
h.b taio.n.body of the-Atnerican Army, in
presince of Gen. Washington, General
Wayne, and otber distinguished officers
of the army :
-PRAYER OF THE REVOLUTION.
Great Falher! 'v bow before thee;
w -invoke thy blessing, we deprecate thy
wrath, we return thee thanks for the past,
we.ask thy aia for the future - for we are
in .ttiesof trouble,..oh ! Lord, and sore
beset by foes, merciless and unpitying.
Tbe sword ;gleais over our land and the
dust of the- sil is dampened with the
blood of our neighbors and friends.
- Oh! God of mercy, we pray theo to
blesstheAmericun arms. Make the-man
of our hearts strung in thy wisdom; bless,
tse- bcseech the, with renewed life and
strength, our hope ind thy .instrument,
even tQeorge Washington-shower thy
couisels on the Honorable, theCbntinental
Conress; visit our host, comfort the sol
dier in his wounds and , afflictions, nerve
him for. the fight, prepare him fur'the hour
And iu.the hour ofour defeat, oh! God
ofHosts. do thou be our stay, and in the
bour of triumpb, he thou our guide.
Teach us to be merciful. Though the
memory of galling wrongs be at our hearts,
kiocking for admittance, that they may fill
un with the desire of revenge, yet let us,
oh ! Lord, spare the vanquished. though
they never spared us in the hour of butch
ery and bloodshed.
And in the hour of death, do thou guide
us to the abode prepared for the blest; so
ohall we return thanks unto thee through
Christ our.Redeemer. GoD. PRuSPER THE
Jack ashore drilling as Infantry.-The
New Orleans Picayune says-At the time
that an attack upon Point Isabel wae ap
prehended, and the brave sailors of the
fleet were transferred to the shore to aid
in the-defence of the Potit, the officers
were a-little nonplused in drilling them id
"land tactics." The word ofcommand as
given by the infantry oflicer wag all 'hand
over fist" to the sailors. They could get
along with the " manual" well enough,
but when it came to the "movements"
they were thrown completely on their
beamends, and Lieut R. of the navy. was
compelled to aid his friend-of the land
-The officer, when desirous of forming
the company into line in the direction in
which ithey were marching, cried "Com
pany into line !" but the tars only hitched
up their troavsers, and marched on till:Lt.
Thcalled but "Line ofhbtleslips abreast
M Ske stoard beam ' when the move
ne'of was -curately aid expeditiously
edeleted., Jib then wished to deploy tlie
- men skiriisbers and 'charge," and or
is'il" egiifbattle:sh igbear down on
-the nyif'.-and ofitheiy ruthed like a
liirlitnd, wiuh, a loud bu za, stickitg
- hbrab sino every cltnrd ofbushes,
oiiashn* tth their sabrea' veyprickly:
Ti#wil iiiiTeir~et .
94 r--- of t:bheattifa'y tht way s
peniitending thenili ordered " rally on
the r see !" but oti rolled the sailors'like.
the waves, of.Iheocean .ith redoubled
energy, iill their owni'oflicer, who had had
the order explained to biro cried oui
"Line of &ttle ships, ready about?",The
old boatstain who acted a sergeanti re
plied:instantly---Aye, aye. sir-alL Tea.
dy' ' "Blotship a'nd away she goes,
all sail set," bawled the lieutenant.-Ev
ery man wheeled on- his own axis, and
steering for .his former positioni, can-e in
with-a perfect rush, all right and tight.
GoodAdtice.-W hat if people do speak
ag'ain'st~joli' Let themt feel that you areI
able to bear it. What is there gained by
stopping to correct every word that is
whispered to your discredit ? Lies will die
if let alotne; but if you repeat them to this
one and another, because your enemies
had tihe imnprudenice to make them, you
keep the fire burning, atnd open the way
for a dozen slanderers. Keep on your
course, go stratght forward, and troub'e
not your head about what is repeated. but
feel all the bettor, and wear a less fright
ful face.. -Slander tever killed a sterling
character, and it never wvill. Her coat
will never set well upon, without a pull
. here, a jerk there, and a twist below ; and
while this work is going ont, the false words
are forgotten by the multitude.
Virtues and Vices.-I once heard otne o f
the, cleverest men I ever knew observe,
" virtues lie in the medium, vices in the
exitjeme-and every virtue has its aitend
ant vice." The p'actice of virtues tih
their attendant vices, is comtmon-the
practice of virtues without, alone, rare, ex
cellent and beautiful. We have generosi
ty arid extravagance-justice arad severity
-tenderness and weakness-economy and
covetousness, walking hand and hand.
How few there are who learn well to con
-sider and watch over their nature, and the
habits of their minds, and to avoid the evil
tendencies of their cotnstitutionmal virtues.
. A Jug an Enmbee of the Human Heart.
-,The-jug is a most, singular utensil. A
pail,- tumbler or decanter, may he rinsed,
and you -may satisfy yourself by optical
proof that it-is clean :bitt the jug has a
littl hole in the top, and the interior is all
darkness..- No eye penetrates it-or hand
moves over the surface. You can clean
it-only-by putting in water, shaking it up
and pouring it out. If the .water comes
out clean, you judge you have succeeded
in cleaning the jug, and vice versa. Henee
the jug is like the buman heart. No mortal
eye can look into its recesses, and you can
-only judge of its purity by what comes out
S .omething for Old Bachelors.-"T he
thte most beautiful'words in the E~nglish.
languageare Mother, Home and Heaven."
TPhevabove we cut from an exchange
*ea.bouty-and happiness connected
ws~th~bi~vebree words, are associated
Ju e iitry oft}tuiinc) .people, the one
& Weare anthorized to an
nounce N. L. GRIFFIN Esq. as a Can
didate for the. Senate, at the ensuing elec-.
We are authorized- to an
nounce Col. JOHN BAUSKETT as a
Candidate for the Senate, at the ensuing
election. Feb 25 to 5
-We are authorized to announce DAN
IELHoLLAND, Esq,, as a candidate for the
House of Representatives, at the ensuing
election. Feb. 25 to 5
We are autho'ized to announce OLIVER
Towzs, -Esq., as a candidate- for the
House of Representatives, at the ensuiug
election. ' Feb 25. ' to 4
We are authorized, to announce Col.
ARTHUR 8itPKtNa as a candidate for the
House of Represent atives, at the ensuing
Feb25 to 5
(J7We --reauthorized to announce Ma
jor JOHN B. HOLM ES as a candidate
fur the House of Representatives, at the
next election. ~ May 6 te 15
( We are authorized to announce B.
C. YANCEY,'as.a candidute fur the Legisla
tute, at the ensuing election. Jan 2F te 1
We are authorized to announce Col. P.
S. BRoOKs, as-acandidate fur the House
at the ensuing election. Feb 25 te 5
We are authorized to announce Capt.
JOHN t. WEVER as a caudidaste 6i,r
the House of Representatives, at the next
election. June-3 telD
We are authorized to announce JOHN
DOBY. Esq., as a candidate for the Le
gislature at the ensuing election.
February 4 tf - 2
(QWe are authorized to annoanceiCol
JOHN H ILL as icandidate for Ordinary
he next election -t 11
( We are authorized to anonar,.r
M. GRAuAar, Esq.. as a candidate fr
Ordinary of Edgelield District, at the
Feb. 7 2
( The friends of EDMUND MoRa
Esq.. announce him as a candidate for tte
office of Tax Collector at the next election,
Nov 6. tf 41.
(Q-The friends of Col. Jons QUATTLF
nuau announce him as a candidate for ii,
office of Tax Collector, at the next elec
tion. Sep 3 to 32
(am We are authorized to aunounce
Livi R. WILSON, as a caudidate for tht
Ollice of Tax Collector at the next election.
Feb.26 te 5
(' The friends of Lieut. JAME B.
HARRIs, announce him as a candidate for
he office of tax Collector at the next elec
*We are authorized to announce
MARSHAL t. SMITH as a candidate
for Tax Collector-at the next election.
Dec 24 ft 48
'(Q*The friends of SAuPsON B. MAYS
unouncehiin-as a candidate for the Office
of.Tax Collector at the nextelection.
Oct..30. f 40
(Q The.friends of Maj. S.. C. SCOTT,
announce him -as a candidate for Tax
Uollector at the ensuing election. -
f'ine s Expectorant-Tiis is
undoubtedly the inost vainable, (as it is decided
lythe most popular) medicine-of its kind, ever
introdueedtin this. State.. The demand for it
has been constant and increasing, from the
time it was first of ered for sale here to the
present time; numerous testimonials of its real
worth and usefnlness, from very many ofour
citizens, might be prodneed. but a trial will
satisfy all, that it is speedy cure for Coughs.
Colds, Influaenza, Asthma. Hoarseness, Spit
ting of Blood, and kinds of Pulmonary Affe
ios.-ilangor (Me.) Daily Whaig.
From the Rev. A4. R. Ilinkkty.
PRaNICur.t.. M~arch 19, 1841.
Dr D. Jayne-Youir medicines have beeni in
nearly every case successfual, esgecially the
Expectotnt. I have received much benefit
from the use of it myself, and one of my near
est neighbor., who had been) afflicted from child
hood with the Asthma so severely as nearly to
suffbeate her during the paroxysm which re
turned abut once a week. has beeni, to~all ap
pearance, p)ertnanently cured.
A. Rt. HINCKLY.
OwaFGo, N. Y. July 27, 1841
Dear Sir-We want some more of your
rmedicitnes particularly the Expectorant, vwhich
gives unaiversal satisfliction.
R espiectflntly yonrs.
SLOSSON & WILLIAMS.
Dr. D. Jayne.
BrsnArtProN, N. Y., May 31, 1841.
Dr. Jayne,-Dear Sir,-Your Expt.ctoranit
is in great demand and sells well, and is very
ppliiar; your Vermifuge is much used, as al
so your Saniative Pills.
Yours, &c. BENJA MIN GREENE.
Rt. 8 ROBERTS, Sole Agent, at Edgefield
C, H.. South Carolina.
Bewcare of Counterfeits !.
August19 3t 30
R EAD! READ!!RIiEAD!!-Hravinig.used
H EWES' NERVE and BONE LINt.
M ENT, prepared by JOSEPH T. ROWrLAND, I
cant certity to its good effects. A troublesome
heumatic affection in my right shoulder of
three years statnding, was by ta few app~lica
tions thoroughly cured. Fifleen months have
elapsed since its use, without a recurrence of
the complaint. Several relatives or friendls to
whom 1 recommetided it, have also received
grat betnefits from its use. A general know
ledge of its virtues would be the source of the
alleviation of much pain and inconvenience.
With this object in view, I have wrrhut sO
rcrA-rto authorized Mr. Rowland to make
use of this testimonial as he may think proper.
THOS. J. HOUPT,
201 North Suih-street.
Sold wholesale and retail by
JOSEPH T. ROWVAND,
No. 37G Market street. Philadelphia.
R.S. ROBERTS, Ageiit, Edgefield C. H.,
august 19 . 3t 30
State of South Carolina,
Sampson B.- Mayva and John iBill
B. Mays, vs. Frances M. | for
Nays and others. . J Partition
T T appearing toemy satisfactioni that William
.1 B. Mays, one ef the defendants in thais case.
resides without the limits of tis State, ordered
that the sai&Wiliam B,. Mays, do appearin this
Court, splead, answer or diur to 'this Bill,
within three months from the'aatie of the pmub
licatirof hoider oidhesaid 4Bill. be taken
po confesso against him.
A. .8&TOMPKINS. a. z. x, b.
EXECUTIVE O FE
CHJARLESTON, (S C.) Augut 13. 1846.
By his EzceUency II'M. AJICA EN s. Goner.
notnd'Commanderi tJG& "t aid orer the
State of South Carolina.: .
W HEREAS, inforniation hasLeen receiv
ed at'this Department 4f"a dcliberate
nndlatrocion's mnirtder havi g been committed
on the body of Thomas Smile ;of Fairfield
District, on the 7th-Angust,'$y ope JAMES
M. SIMPSON. of the same nsighbothood,-and
that the-said James tit. Simpscn hasabsconded:
Now know ye, that justice may beliad-I d1
hereby. offer. a reward of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for the appiehenisin iris salfe de'
lire'ry of the said James M 8iliipon in any
Jail in this State. He is abo 6:feei1 inch
high, light hair, stoops iiwthe. ilder, down
cast look, spars1built; arnd had ilonribeard ol
his under chin and neck; rather inclined to be
Given under my hand this 13thilav ofAngust,
in th- year of ounr Lord one th'ousand eiahi
hundred and firty-six, add~the .seven
tieth year of American Indepndence.
By the Governor
ROBERT 4. Pxxerv. Secretary of State.
august 19 2t 30
SHERIFF'S- SALE. -
B Y virture of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias to me directed, I 4ill :proceed
to sell at Edaefield 'Court. House, on. the
First Monday and Tuesdifin Septem
h-er next, the following progprty, [n the
following cases, to-wit':
C. J. Glover vs. Jas. II.-fJison; the
%ame vs. the some, tho- DeTendists inter
est in a tract of land cuntiiinilight hun
dred acres, more or less. rdj1iping lands o
George Tillman, Jame- taiiisford,Berija
min R. Addison and otlieri.
William C. Williatni td anSamuel Wil
liams vs. John Loury ; the ltract i f land
whereon the DnfendintItv5 containing
one hundred and forty acres, more or less
adjoining lands of JoI Tompkins, James
Green, and Wright Adarns
David Iai ris vs. James Carko and
Willis Rotton; the tract of fand i whereor
the Defendant lives, contaiting one -hun
dred ant forty acres, more or less, adjoin
ing'lands of Mrs. -Bolton,I eph^iolter,
MrseHearn, Henry.:Hart;"aid Jjisse4art.
Terms of sale, cash.
Ii. UOULWAIRE, E. D.
Aug.19 3te 30
State of South Carolina.
B Y JOHN HILL. Esq.. Ordinary of
BL Edgeilield District :
.Whereas A. B.,Addiioa. hati ip.
plied io tme for Letters of Aarministration.
~n all and ingular the goods n? chattel-,
rights and credits of Samael'.. Marsh,
late of the District aforesaiddccrased
These are. t herfre, i:t n a.nd adn..
istr-aft'naig -ir -- l's aaunern..
itors nfihe s'aid deceased, .tite and appe.e
tefore me, at our. uexr Ordinary's Cour
for the said District; o be holdeti e Ed
field Court Heuse,'on the 31siday of A
gust inst., to show caue. if any, wh.
the said .adn2inistratiot 'should not b,
Given under my hand and seal. this thei
17th day oh August, intthe year of or"
Lord ouie thousanid eight' hundred and
forty-sixth, and in the' 7st year of Atmer
JOHN HILL, 0. E D.
AugustpI9 2c 30
Br'ouught to-the JaiI
O e this Disticit, a negro man, who
.Ysays his name is JACUK, and that he
belonigs to Mr. 'Johtn Hlulman. who be
says, lives twenty miles beluw Oran::e
burg Court House. Said fellow is about
five feet six iaches'high, light comn plexion,
antd betweeu 23. 'and 25 ye.ars of age.
He has a scar over each eye, and on,- on
his left arm, just below his elbow ; his
under lip looks as if it bad been burnied ;
he is box-ancled. and'his right foot appears
to be the largest. He says he hats been
runaway about three wieks, and when
taken had a pass to hire himself out.
'Ihe owner is requested to conme for
ward, prove property, pay all charges,
and take him away, or be will be dealt
with according to law.
U. H. GOODMAN, Juilor.
august 19 - t if 30
LANDN FOR SALE.
T H E Subscriber aoters for sale die Pinta
tion on whlichi he live-.. 34:asiles above
Hambuig, lying on the Sa.annah river, con
taining about 500t acres of Land.; nn the prem
ises are a two story comnfurtable Dwelling
House, in theIPiney Woods. cut houses, a
Grist .1ill.Cntton Gin carried by water, and a
small Fishery is attached to it.
Also-A Plantationi in Barbou-: couunty, Ala
batma,8 miles from the market town Enmfaniks,
containing 960 acres of Land, o-third cleared
atid tinder good' lenice It hais a to-story
Dwelling H onse, out houses and quarte'rs for
Any reasonable terms, to unit the purchaser,
will be given on either-plauce.
Jul y222S t 26
11 The Abbeville Dan ner and Greenville
Mountaineer, will jpleaseJeopy.
State of South Carolina.
TOLLI';D before me, by G. WV. Jones, i~v
. , inig near the Pine House, in said district,
an estray MIULE of the bay color, of aboni
three feet six iniches in, beight of about six
years old, arid without any brands or miarks
perceivable. The said Mulfe hias been appraiis
ed at five dollars.' -
JOSEPH A BNEY. 16lagistruite.
May 20 . lamn4m 17
Valuabie Land for Sale.
-THE Sub'scriber has determined
. to of'er at:Private Sale, this valua
by allie fract, of.LAND.-on which lie
, -iu. now resides, 'on Turkey Creek, wa
ters of Savannah' river4.&miles from Edirefield
Conrt House. Thimerat contatins 230 acres.
and the lind is itr' a o state for enltivationi
For paiticinlar t'pp tii e subscribier on the
premises.. JUHN BEAND.
ne24. -. nr 9
S ;ERIFF'S SALE.
Y virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri F
B cias to me directed, I .will proceed .
to sell at Edgefield Court House, on tie
First Monday and Tuesday following in
Septenhernext, the-i (ulowing property in
the following named cases, to-wit.:.
William R. Neal bearer, vs. George N.,
Pardue; Julhn Moore and others severally,
vs. the same, two negro slaves by the
name of Nat and Creasy.
Srn:th & Griggs vs. Darling D. Plunk
ett ; 1.. P. Revenell and otwer.4 severally,
vs. the same; the following lots.of land
within the ton n of Hamburg, lnown in
the plait of said town as lots number one
hundred and ni aety nine (199,) two huu
dred (200,) two hundred and one (201.)
two hundred and two (202,) two hundred
and three (203,) and two hundred and
four (204,) having fifty feet front, and run
ning back one hundred and ninety six fee,t
bounded on the North by Bradhury Street,
South by Snowden Street, East by Til
wan Street, and West by Cobb Street.
Jeremiah W. Stokes vs. P. i. Rooney; a
one house and lot of land in the town of
Hamburg, S. C., known in the plan of
said town as lot number one hundred and
thirty eight (138.)on Centre Street, having
fifty feet front, and running back three
hundred feet, occupied by Chaplain Wil
amcs, as a Grocery Store.
Mlourning Mathews vs Daniel Hlolloway;
a tract of land cortnining one hundred and
Seventy dcres (170.) more or less, adjoin
ing lands of Wilson Kemp, Hiram M1ay 4
and W. Stevens. r
S. F. Goode vs. D. Posey ; E. Frank t
lio for the use of WVillian Bush vs. the v
same; the tract of land whereon the De
feudant lives. containing four hundred and a
twenty acres, more -r less, adjoining lands
of Derrick Hlolsombake, H. Posey and
Peter Smith & Wife vs. Al. Galphin ;
Charles Hall and others severally vs. the
same ; the tract of land whereon the De- r
fendant lives, containing one thousand I
acres, more or less, adjoing lands of S.
Clark, Richard Hankinson and others.
Allen & Smyley and others vs. George
Fice ; a tract of land containing one ut
dred and fifieen acres, more or less. ad
joining lands of James Adams, C. Lon ry t
and o'hers. C
James Dorn vs. Bryan Deen; James
M. Richardson andJlas. S Guignard,
Executors, and others severally vs. the
same; a tract of land containing eigh:
hundred acres, more or less. adjoining
lands of !Benjamin Stevens, Roub't. Bryan
Blackman Warrick and others vs. Jo
seph Richardson, a tract of land contain
ing one hundred and twenty nine acres,
-roe or less, adjoining lands of Charles 1
Powell and Wade Glover.
B. J. Ryan vs J. S Richardson ; a (
tract of land eentaining eighty nteres, tmore 4
or less, adjoining lands of Samuel Ham
mond and others.
John Atmaker, bearer. vs. James Briggs;
the tract whereon the Defendntt lives,
conta'ning one hundred and twenty. five t
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of J. P. r
Mays, James Reynolds and others,.
Wyati Hlolhines, bearer, vs. EIerton l
iuesoy tbe.Iet .af land whereon.te. De
fondant lives, containing two htidre neres
sore or less, adjoining lands of William.
Bussey and others. d
James C. Cobb and others, severally, d
ys. Elizabeth : arter; the tract of land c
whereon the Defenaclnt lives, containinn si
one thousand acres, tmore or less, adjoining a
lands of John Marsh, John Wise and oth ti
J. C. Thornt on and others, severally, ~
vs. William [Jamiltona and Daniel Ratm
pey ; the tract of land whaereon the De
fendanit lives. containing one htundred and
eighteen acres, more or less, adjoining
lands of C. Weatherington, David Walker
James Broome and others, severally, vs.
Hlenry Cox ; one negro hoy slave named]
J. Quattlebumt, T. C.. vs. C. Bridges ;
the tract of lad whteren Roht. TP. Alo're S
now lives, containittg four hundred acres, t
more or less, adjoining lands of Alichael
L ong. A bou rhart Fuhaner an. others. n
J. Quattlebnm. Tf. C., vs. Charlotte o
Cobb ; a house and lot in the town of A
Hamburg, S. C., known in the plan of t<
said townt as lot numbler seventeeu' (17.) .tI
bounded on the East by alarket Stneet, on
the North by Leavenworth Street, on the
West by Bay Street. Sooth by lot number
eighteen (l8,) containing fifty four feee
frrot, andl runtning hack one hundred and tl
t wenty feet.a
J. Quattlebum, T C.. and others. vs. o
J. S'otrgenegger, the tract of land whtereon a
the Defenodant htves, adjoinittg lands of D. e
Rottndtree and others..
IJ. Quattlebum,. T. C. vs. Martha Fury;
the tract of land known as the Fury Ferry
ract, on Savannnhi River, containing two (
hundred acres, tmore or less.
A. R. Able vs. William Wright ; A.
Jones and others, severally. vs. the same;
the tract of land whereon the Defendant
lives, containing sixtv seven acros, more
or less, adjoining landis of James Wtit tie,
James Cameron ansr others.
lance Ly-mns & Sons and others, sever
ally. vs. alary F. Goodwyu ; otte negro
roan slave named Samt.(
T1erms of sale, ensh. c
H. BIOULWA RE,S. E D. f
August 11 49 29
A LL persons havinig demands against the E
essaute of David Richardson, are request. f
ed to present -thetm immned'ately, properly at
tested.nand'au llbitors of the estate, ane required il
ta make prompt payment, na the attairs of the c
estate are ahbent to he closed.
JAS- M. RICHARDSON, 9
JAS. S. GUIGNARDI,
May 1 ly 15 t
A LL~ Persons having demands against the
estate of Henry Carr. dee'd., ar regnest- (
edto presenlt the-n leaally attested. and those
indebted are req nesqted to make immediate pay -
ment. T HOS. LAKE. Admnistrator.
Jnne3 tf 10 i
Dr. A. WV. Younugblood, d
. FFER'c his professional services to the d
13citizens of Edgefield Village and vicinity p
Oicee next door, East of Dr. R.'. TSlims
..sdac - Anril 22 tf 13
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMD0N PLEAS. -
E WfS T VIGFAL1 wh rto is now
in the custody ofihe SheeifrofEdge:
old District, by virtue of two Writs of
"apias ad Salisfaciendum; at the suite of
Vm, J. Sisukins,anid S. Christie andWV.
lurt, having filed his' petition with a
rbedule on oath. of his whole Estate and
fects. with the purpose of obtaoing the
enefits of the Acts of the General As
emnbly. commonly called the Insolvent
ebtor's Acts. Public Notice is herch)
iven that the Petition of the said Lewis
. Wigfall will be heard and considered
the Court of Common. Preas, at Edge
old Court House, on the First Monday
t October next.or on such other day as
e Court may order during the time, corn
1encing on the first Monday in October
ext. at said place, and all the creditors of
he said Lewis T. Wigfall are hereby sin
ioned, personally, or by Attorney, then
nd there in said Court to show cause, if
ny they can, why the benefit of the Acts
foresaid should not be granted to the said
eowis T. Wigfall, upon his executing the
ssignmeut requireJ by the Acts as alore
TIHOS. G. BACON, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office. July 8 .13t -. 24
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
CALEB BIOADWATERt, and D.. Al.
IItO.D VATEl, whu have been ar.
sted and are now confined within the bounds
ftho Jail of Edgefield District. by virtue of a
rrit of capias ad satisfaciendmi at the suit of
bode & Lyon,having filed their petition with
schedule on oath, of their whole estate and
lecets with the purpose of obtaining the belie.
ts of the act of the General Assenibly coin
only called the Insolvent Debtor's Acts
ublic Notice is hereby given,that the petition
fihe said Caleb Broadwater and D.M. Broad
rater will be heard and considered in the to:rt
f Common Pleas for Edgefield District, at
:dgefield Court House, on the day of
)ctober next, or on such other day as the Court
my order during the term, coimniencig on
s first Monday in October next, at said place.
d all the creditors of the said Caleb Broad
rater and D. 31. Broadwater, are hereby sum
toned personally, or by attorney. then and
sore in said Court, to show cause, if any they
an, why the benefits of the Acts aforesaid
Iound not be granted to the said Caleb Brond
ratr, and I). M. Broadwater, upon their ex
cuting the assignieut required by the Acts
TIuOS. G. BACON, Clerk.
'lerk's Office, June 22nd, 1846.
July l 13t 23
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
obinsons & Cabiwell,
vs. Bail II'rit.
liver Simpson. ,
LIVERI SIMPSON who is now in the
Lcstody of the SherifY of Edgefield Dis
ic, by virtue of thn surrender of Iis Bail, at
,e suitof Robinsons & Cisldwetl, having filed
is. petition, with a schedule on oath, of his
rhole estate and etTectwith the - purpose' of
buining the benefits of the Acts of the Gene
tl Assemibfy, e.lled the Insolvent Debto9r
act. a'iblic Notice is hereby given, That the
etition of the sitid Oliver 'Sisinlsontiwill be
earl andonsidered itr the Court of Comuon
Deusfor odtef6eWJiiitrici, t.gdiefmiakCurt
louse, on the - day of October:-nest, or
s such other day as. the Court iiiay'der
surg the term, commencing ou the first Moir
y in October next. at said place, tuad all the
-editors oftle said Oliver Sitmpson are hereby
immoned, personally, or by attorney, then
nd there in said Court. to show cause, if tny
iy can, why the benefit of the Acts aforesaid,
usld snot he granted to the said Oliver Simsp
mi, npon0 his executinig the assiginmesnt reqluir
I by the Acts afoire-mued. -
TH08. G. B.ACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Otlce, 2Jths Juine, IS816.
July 1 -13t - 2:3
State of Soulth Car'olina,
IN COMJMON PLEAS.
UG H A . N IXON, who ls-is been arre: ted
L.andl is now coisfined withinm the bouisds
the Jail of Edgefield District, biy virtue of
verI writs f~ caias ad saitisfasciendum, atI
e sits of Blenj. WV. lBettis, Blanid & Butler,
sd Johni Dantskett, severpally.hIavinig tiled his
sitioni, withi a schedule usposi nth,. of Isis,
hole estate anid etfects, with the putrpose of
ainig the beusehit uofthec Acts ofthse General
s:ssby, commossoly called the Insolvent Dub
n's Acts. Public Nntice is haerebiy giveni,
it the ptetitiont oft lie said iin gh A. Nixon
ill be heardl and considered iss the Court of
'snnniaon Pleats, for Edgetie'ld District, at
dyefield Court Hlouse, oni the day of
Ictober next. ori ons such uthses day as the Court
ay order duirinsg the term, cosmenciung on
se first Moniday ini Octobser next, at said place,
id all the creditors of the said 11 ngh A. Nix
ni, are hierehy snmmstson edl, psersuonally. or by
sornsey, then anid there ins said Coii t, to show.v
tunse, if any they can. whsy the benetit of the
,cts aforesaid, shoutld not be gransrud, to the
sid Hugh A. Nixon, npotn Isis exectuig the
asignmetnt req'iired by the Acts aforesaid.
THOS. G. BACON, Clerk.
?erk's Office. June 22d, 184tj. -
Jy 1 13t 23
State of' South Carolina,
IN COM MON PL E.-S.
A C. WIISE, who has been arrested, anid
. is inow confsined witin the 'bounsds of
i Jail of Edgefleld Di-trict, by virtue of a
rit ofcapias ad satisfaciendnms. at the suit of
'harles Lamar. having filed Isis petition with
scseduto. on onth. ofhis whlole estate and ef
ucts, with the purpose ofrnbtainsing the benefit
f te Ats of the General Assenmbly, commnon
Scalled the Insolvenit Debitor's Act.,. Public
otic is hereby given. That the potitioin of
ie said A. C. WVise, wiil lie hesard ansd consid
red ins tse Court of Comuimotn Pleas,.o laisge
eld District,att Edgefield Court H-ouse. ou the
day of October next, or on such other
ay as the Court msay order during the terns,
nmmencintg on the first Monday ti October
ext at said place, and all the creditors of the
aid C. A, WVtse, are hsereby msumoned, per.
cinally, or by attorney, thsei and there, in said
~sturt, to showv cause, if any they cans, whsy
so beefit of the Acts aforesaid, bhould not be
rausted to the said A. C. Wise, upon his exe
uiting the assignmenst reqtuired by the Acts
THOS. G. BACON, Clerk.
'lurk's Ofice, June 22d, 1846. -
Julyl 1 13t 23
H E Estate of MAteriC B. Love.Ess, dee'd.
beng' Derelict, those inidebted to said
cased, are hsereby notified to. make iie
inte paytment, and those having demands to
resenst therii disly attested.
auss JOHN IL L; 0. E. D.
JIaynle'. ExpeTIO.&.r y
From L'ic Noridgr.w r. -+
We publish tle following, as sntng1 umt'
nay eviincewhidire-aWO -oQ
f tie increasingpoYlkniyOi
pectordli.- WeJIsv ,'"1 WU
it-any further tha'i we 4bive.a t rO.
rot tiehttie aitiqan
creaturs, wi, are a B -;!Y" -
comuplaints; fwornich dnt4 dieia
late -renedy. And4ii.catling-Ol a .oi -
the publicto it; weseek-thtafagg :o
ful discharge of our dir y
Nrw PoRD ov842.
Mr. Paa-re.-Sir-wih you to I
bottles ofiayne's Ex-pectorant. 'ani
incction,I would say. that l d neua* i 1 t'
abe medncine ,andn ar icle
should be without ainle Ti ue ited
it for two years in my. am
found it a quick and~ eicienr
ness of the-lungs; producedyA f
colds.whicl produ o shito
the pretmonitor of-( 'ptpo4tQ n' te
frequentl' termntsn li tY
perly and seasonabl dtic1 ,- wJ '
lectnnly break p-ftq ti3'u 1 y
thereby prevent the many, yiolan-jse '
rrequently conseqiiout upo them; 1l
mot cheefully recomn endothis ineia s
all cases of that isattire,Tti i h #
CIIOLICS and FRETRING.Of LVJ
Every mother should have Jaue?;friWm.
ative. It is the very thing treyt e ne
children, asit inmediately'tre Sbedh
allays all irritation oft the stemalj
it. S. ROBEltTS.:sole Age
C. 10. Sonih Carolina - -
Beware of counterfeits
O TlE FAITILESS<' '
If any doubt'the woiler
"Dr. CULLEN'S fINDIAN 'E Al?
PANACEA;' we invite them to calJlnponllr..
Isaac Brooks, Jr., Jefferson-streetiogrth deorr
west of Schnylkill Sixth street, below I~cuast,.
and learn from his own lips 0on0e of I sb& jt ,
astonishing cures of.Scrofularevp pfrined1
on a human being-or call at the reesdeieprof"
his father, Eleventh and. Vine streets. ,8@dobys
JOS. T. RO .D
$76 Markettri ;I $al ...
Sold by R. S. ROBERT, Edgeleld (d"H.
South Carolina. t- -.
august 12 31. .
Saddlery and B1lsie'
I take grentghmsu pgn,
returning to my! ra6:onsand a
Irieiide'in giierali myia -
core thanks, for .tlieir very
past ycar, 1 p I- also,
furm them; rlIafthit .ti ,
conitnue toi carry do anyh
A ness at my old stand, at the first 'ioorjjove.
Presley and Bryan's brick stors.; whe'r-m -
be found, at all ti:nes.all kinds i IftH &SS,
SADDLES; BiRIDLES, nid all tlit icles
generally kept in such estkblishiidts "c
* iitary equipage; madelo drn ffiotf
approved style, will also be pro il
ed at my shop.
All persons wishing to buy Ih'o je~ilf ve'
me a call. I'shai' edeavbr to putall 9
icks as low, as i jitice (o ui elf,-f asos
sibly afinitd to do D
ffi iirah'et eeffe'i is. i
y~epblic: s !fer "t d
SE1I'NG 'F CUTION'AI4Da
ItEcivisei A'DFoawAkitii o -:
at end to any -bunns.ss
- comtted , ;o
He , braces-"this .opportunity ., . ylertyg -
his-tiank to his friends for theitibe ra tpato
rag heretofore bestowed;and jby iniditq a 1
cose attentioin to business,.hi'hopes to merit,
itd to continne to receive the same. Ilshall be
his aiim to manke all his chiarges aas lighit as~pos
sible, knowing that it will he to his interest ~to.
loselv observe ibe interest of-liis frien'ds.
Liberal adlvances will be made if requrei,.n'
produce sent to hin-for sale or store. Coutoi
enit to himu by Boats, will be received free of
clarfage. All produce senat to him for sale4
will be pnromiptly sold on ari-ival, if so ordered..
August 6 tf -28 .
State of South Carolina
In the Court of'Ordinary.
Austin Rowe aod ot:lers,)
Appi'ts, i's. Mary Row~e
I T appeanring io 'mny .satisfaction- that
Andrew J acksoin Rowe, flvs beyond
the limits of t his St ate, it'is .tlif~ore or
dered that he do apipear and.'objectio the
divisiotn or sale ofrtho real esiateofdin.
BI. Rowe, deceased, on or .hefolaheo first
Monday in Septensber next,.or. ttieir- con
sent to the same wvill lie entered-of record.
Given under my hand at my ofiice, 2d
*JOHN ilHli D
.Tune 3d, 1846
0 Admninistrators, Eectors xd .unar
,dians, who have not .made an returms.
of their tranisaci ionts as such, .for. the curteot
year, are respectfully reqjueated to atte.d:7-to
this duty without. further delay, nas .thsatime
prescibted.by law buss already expired 'Il is,
desirable that those who are .introsted with
such business should. attend-to,i iahe proper
inmc, to preverit thq paymnent ofiegst, Tei
tre of their Commssions, andgagrcaenea of
irregularity in business.
July3 JOHiN H[LeO. E. D.
Jul 15 - f -25
eState of South .:arolina,
IN EQ UITY-JULY. SI.T1JNlGb
ORDER E~D, thist ati Extra deuitof Enity'
mor the Distmict afoiesa~lij lithelmog the.
Ist Monday ini An~iust,(beilag thTail df of
said month.) to cointine Iin s~ssioa,4titil the
unfiished business nowv on thie Doeleet shall
have been.disposed ofl.. ,..~
July 3, 1846. .
July 8 4
A NAWAY fron heisObicrie .pbiout
the 10th of Janu ay~.~~ ouan,
by namneof IlnCY, oft drcnam i aout
3 years of 6ge ; she-is--in Ypse tqe about
Charles Glover's 'lunthunon w~ie she .has
bent seen. - ThteabovesewartI WgilbSjaid to
any person who 5'ill4Ieliverher~.twe~atdge
field Court,'House. -
flunce him as a'd~ aidind ~ )I~$
Ordiniaryrat the ensuing lal
Augtust 5 -28