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gt8e Q$6i thCarolina,
Au tinRv - P icant, - . Summons
Nar hwe e&,thers.deft'., Partition.:
' Yen order from John Hill. Esquire
Oiipidy of Edgefield District.. 1l "i
* ptceailto sell in theabove stated case.a
- -Edgefild Court House, on ,the first Mon
* day.iti. October- next, on a credit unt
'. rthe.first of. Januar neat. lands belongiu:
to the estate of William B. Rowe, dec'd.
situate in the District and.State aforesaid
'near T. J. Dvson's Mill, containing flifteen
acres. more or less, adjoining lands. o
. . -William Mays.. T..J. Dysdon and others
T1 he -porchaer -will-be required . to giv
- bon. anid security. and a mortgage of the
remises,. to the Ordinary, to secure th
purcaseb money. Costs ton e paid in cash
.1. BOULWA RE,S..E. D.
September 9 4t 33
State of South Carolina.
- 'EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
" -966i P. Quattlebum, App l't.)
- vs.. Petition
Rosy 'AnnQuattlebum, and . for
others, defendants. Partition.
Y an order from Joho Hill, Esquire
- Ordinary of Edgefield District, I wil
proceed to sell in the above stated case, a
Edgefield Court House. on the first Mon
-day in October next,- lands belonging t
bhe estate-of 'David 'Quatilebum, dec'd.
situatein tleDistrit.end-State aforesaid,
a" fRoetys.creek, waters -if Cuffeetowi
-creek, containing five hundred and five
'acres, more or less, bounded by lands of
the estate of John Anderson, dee'd.,:E. B.
Belcher,.-L. H. Mundy. and others, to be
.sold on a credit of 'twelve months. The
' iurchaser will be tequired to give host
-ind security, and a mortgage of the prem
sesIo .theo'Ordinarytosecure-the ptrechase
noney. Costs to be paid in cash.
H.-BOULWARE, S. E. T.
Septemher9 4t '3
State ofSouth Carolina.
- 'onatban lohuson and Wife. Summons
-s. Freenan H. Roper and, in Par
Wife and others. tition.
-fOTlCE is hereby given that by vir
Stoe of en order from the Court o1
Equity, I shall sell. at Edgefield, Cour
House, on the first fonday iu October
nai, the Real Estate of Charles Lim
backer, deceased.viz :
One tract of land, -situated in the Dis
irict abd'State aforesaid, on Horse Creek
adjoining lands of John Sullivan, David
M. Glover, George Gesson and others, antd
containing two hundred and sixty acres,
more or lesa. -
Saitd.land will " be sold on a eredit A1
one and.two years,.(except as to so much
aswill pay the cos: of this suit, 1uhich is
t'o be paid in cash.) -
?urc asersp.give bond and good -so
caty to-secure -thegurchase money.
S ST.OMPEINS,C' E. D:'
.Cot 's Ofice, Sepbtr8 '4t 3
State of dSouth Carolina,
$lQ&Nhh D D1I'STRICT.
TIJOtN HILL, Esq., Ordinary of
. 3Eilgifiel4 District :.
Wbere 'isDavidKilcrease hiath ap
plied'.oile .roLeters of Administration,
on alladd singular the goods and chattels.
righits addidits of Rachael Shelton, lati
of ih'. Disfrict. aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and -ad mon
ish all-and. singular. the kindred and cred
itors of the said deceased; to he and appeat
before me,, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District, to 'e holden at Edge
field Couirt House, on the 21st day of Sep.
temiber ins., iojshow cause. if atny, why
the" said adlministrationi should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this the
7th day ot September, in 'the year of on:
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
fort.y-sixth, and in the 71st year of Amer
JOH N H ILL, 0. E D.
Sept. 8 2'. 33
State of' South Carolina,
EDGE FIFLD DISTRICT.
BYJOHN HILL, Esquire, OYrdinar
Bof Edgefield District.
Whereas Julius Bledsoe hath applied te
me for letters of Administration, on all
and singular t~hp goods arid chat tels, rigrhtii
and crediii of M~ ury Biarrington, late of said
District, aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite anid admon
ish all and singular, the kindred and cred
itors of the said-deceased, to be and appear
before me. at our next Ordinary's- Cotur
for the said District, to be htoldeui at Edge
field Court House on the 21st day 01
hiepteniber inst., to show cause, if any,
why the said administ ration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this the
7th 4sy of'Septernb'er, in the year of our
Lord one t.hoissan'd eight hundred and for.
ty-six~, and: sin the seventy-first yetsr. 0l
JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
Sept. 8 21 ~33.
State of South Carolina.
71H E lPesiliener having. ffed hir- petitin
ktiisday, in my ofice, for reliet' of hit
securityship to the administration of Willim
B. Oliver, onlhae..estate ofrJohn.E: F. Rtyan,
dac'd., it~ i.'thejefore orddred,- that Win. B
Oliver, Administratbr as-afuresaid/do appear
before me, on -Monday the. twenty-eighth of
September inst., to show cause; if'ay, why the
said administration should notbe-revoked-.-or
said Elzey relheved as his surety; . -
Given under Wy hand, at my oficee, this the
"JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
. september 9 t 3&
?-12H Estate ofrEnoceh.Waai~er, decensed,
.U'b'inzgDrelict, and the papers.hatvio*
bben pidcedii-y hands for asettlement of the
estate. thos.iadebted.are hereby. notified to
mnak'e aynfieNnisn immediately, and those
having deansligpregsen.t them -property at~
tested, on or'b~eforthelIgday ofJanuary 'next
YK NJOH N HILL. 0. a. P.
a. MUCH AS REL'ATES TO EDG-EFIELD D0S
:IOUSE OF REPRESENTA FITES, S
"Dilembb l5, 1845,,
IM Committee on Pritile ges and; Elecy
neti .towhom Were:,telerred iiundry,
IPetitions,:praying the establishment of new
Splaces of Elections, and the .appointment of
Managers for the next.Geneiral Election, have
I had the same:under-consideration, itiid tieg
leave-to submit the followiig Report; and re
commend the adoption of the followig-Reso
Resolved. That the Elections to be holden
on the second Monday In October next, and,
the day tillowing, for Members of Congress,
State Senators, and Members of the House'of
Representatives, shall be held at .the following
places and conducted by the following-persons:
At the Court House-J. H. Mims, GV A.
Addison and M. Fraser.
Longmir's--Jasper H.Yeldell, J. P. Perrim
and J. Anderson.
Ridge-S. Watson, L. Holmes and E. W
- Collier's-C. G. Garrtt, Wiliam Prescott.
and William G. Hammond.
Cherokee Ponds-S. W. Gardner, Joel Cu
ry and D Shaw.
Pine House-G. W: Jones, Ben. Hatcher
and A. Miles.
Towle's--Oliver Towles, William May and
Dunton's-.-Alvin M Daniel, Wiley Griffin
l and J. F. Burns.
Shepherd's-E. Lagroon, E. Bledsoe and
Smiley's-T. Niclhokon, Jr., Wright Adams
ar.d D. Strother.
-Hamburg-George Parrot. M R Smith and
Mt. Willing-Arthur Simkins, Levi R. Wil
son and Manchester Padget.
r Richardson's-John Seatell, S. Attawny and
Coleman's-J. M. Maynard, II. Boulware
and G. Yarborough.
Park's-R. Hardy, Aticus Tucker and Wmn.
Perry's-George Icwet. J. Wise and 1)
Moore's-William P. Andrew, Jr., F G.
Martin and William Ross.
Shatterfield-J. I'. Harrison, John Rodgers
and S. S. Shadreck.
Allen's-A. P. Kennard, A. Turner and S.
foercll's-S. Wise, James Powell and John
Long's-'Ker Dewalt, J. D. Bouknight and
Nails'--G. W. riler, Henry Nail and lieu
Doru's-J. F. May, John born and A. May.
Itandalrs--Colin Rhodes, W. N. Svearen.
gin and A. Hatcher.
Boulware's-John Lott, J. Gomtilliorn, and J.
Red Hill-L. Collins, IT. B. Holmes and E
Rochell's-J. Blackwell, Sterling Freenian
and W. C. Robertson.
Crepps'-lt. Gregory J. Crepps and A.
Reoboth-E, It, Chamberlaine,-Jas. A. Tal
bert,-and Elbert Bland.
Ethe:idge's--J. Rhinehart, J. Etheridge and
The Election to be held two days at each
plaee. 'Y'he Managers to meet at the C. House
on Wednesday, .unut the votes and dedlare
the election. .
One, Member of Congress, six ICepresenta
tives and:one Senator tube elected.
S.. Polls to be opened at 9 o'cloek, A. M.
and closed at.4 o'clock P. M. with idueenient
intervals. . The box, vestel-or hag, to be sealed
op wlhenthe liolls are dlosed; and not to be
opei et except to receive votos on the hecond
day; and to count the votes at the regular time
2. Resolvid, That the Managers of Elections
prior to their proceeding to the Elactions, do
take the following oath,* or afllirmaiion, before
inmne Magistrate, or one of the Managers of
Elections, to wit:
-'That they will faithfully and impartially
conduct and attend to thre foregoing Eleilons.
agreeably to the Constitution of the State of
Sotth Carolina, and the laws thereof.''
3. Resolved, That in future no person qual
ified to vote t'or each branch of the Legislature.
shall be permttitted to vote in more than one
Electioni District or-Parish. and the Managers
of Elections throughout this State, are hereby
required and directed, if they think proper. (or
on the application of any elector present) to
administer to anty person or persons offering to
vote, the follow-ng oath:
I. A. B. do solemnly swear (or affirm, as
the case may be) that I have rnt at this . mene
ratl Election for members of the Legislature,
voted in this, or any othetr District or Patish,
and that I am constitutionally qualified to vote
-so help tn. God. 4nd if any person or per
sons required as aforesaid, to take such oath u'r
affirmation, shall refuse to do so, then the Man
agers, in their respective Election Dintricts
or Parishes, shall be. and they ate hereby re
quired and eunjoin-ed to refurse suc~h vote or
votes, and in case the Managers shall refuse
to req'uire the nailh as aforesaid, whet. demand
ed, they shall be liable to all the pains and pen.
alties they world be liabhle and subject to for
neglecting any other dutins required. by them
as Mantagers of Ehections, for either branch'of
4. Resolved, That the Act altering the fonrth
section of the Constitution of the State of 5.
Carolina, be herewith publ ish~ed,to wit: "every
free wriite man of the age of twenty-one years,
(paupsr's,- and tnon-comamissinaied officers and
private of the Army of the United States ex
cepted)- being s' citizen of this St:ite, and hay
ing resided therein two years pireviouis to the
day of election, and who has a freehold of fifty
acres of land, or a town lot, of which he has
been legally seized arnd possessed at least six
mahths-before such election or, not having such
freehold or town tIOt, hath been-a- resident ini
the Election District in which lhe offers to give
his vote, before the election six months, shall
h:ave a right to vote for a member or members
to serve in either branch of the Legislature, fur
the Elaetion District in which he holds'proper
ty or residence.
5. Resolced, That the two years residence
required by the Constitution in a voter, are
tee two years irrimediately previous to the
election and the six months residence in the
Election District, are the six month immediate
ly previous to the electioni; but if any person
has -his home in the State, he does not lose the
right of residence by temporary nbsence, with
the intention of aeturning t' but if one iras'his
ho~ne and family in another State,the presence
of such person, although continued for two
.years in the State, gives no right to vote.
september 2 3t 32
TOOTH ACH-E CURlED
Mr. Joetteu Rowawo' No. 37-Marlmt
Dear Sir:-After hating suffered anntj
days and-nights .with an excruecmating tooth
achief and tried evea y.other re medy- witiant
relieft I -watt inded to try tile-effect of'yo'ur
M#AGIC LOTIQN7 a'6dtimn'rutter astonish
ment, I was completely clted'in five minutes.
Yours, ., . -BARTLE SHEE.
Philadelphii, Fein 25th, 1846.
Suld by R. ROBERT,gmnt,'Edgefield
C. H: South Carolina. -
State .of SoutgU'Carolina,
EDGEFIEL DD 'b-RICT" '
* ..'N COIMSJ -I1A.,
EWIS Wi. - ,isn*
nhi uthe custody-6 8
field Distri cnits of
Aal-ies~isf a.. ytuee
Capw!.'ud &itaacsItl !1 svd W.
Burt hevingfitd his < z.'ith a
schedule on da'tif and
effects. itl @hpupbke :oEg'btamtpg the
benefits i the Acts of e al As
sermbly. commonly callid bei nsolvent
Debtor's Acts.- Public Notice is' hereby
given that thu Petition of ife Sid Lewis
T- WIagall illbe heard tad onsidered
iuhtbisCourt f'CominonA1% a! Edge
field Court House, in they fMonday
n October'. ieffhor o.su eCs day as
the Court may odertkit ia ctom
anecinoB;tb ~rt~i~1~6 jpOctoiber
mencing 65 ;th. ,ir .~:. Bherl
ne , aiit a plico;rfd; fle;trs of
the said Lewis TWisalLam AS
mooed, persoatilly. e then
and there inesai use, ii
any they cirhy'be et
aforesdid slidol~ ie- riul tisaid
LowiiT. Wigfaft1 upon his*ee~uf nfl the
s#iid.i r, "P
Clerk's OfficeJuly'8 ; ;I e' ,24
State of Soith na
EDGEFIETD Dn s CT.
IN THE COMMQN 5,.
C ALEI BROADWAE and . . .
BROAD WATER, who been ar
rested and art. now coulnded .witljtothe bounds
of the Jail of:Edgefield .Distriact (rt of a
writ of capias ad satisfadierid :at ie.sunit of
Goode & Lyoun, havingilod.theirrpetliu with
a schedule on oath., of their who,! a iate and
effects with the purpose. of obta'iangthi beie
fits ofithe -act of the.General ;A semhly.com
monly called. the Insolveit ebtor s Acts
Public Notice is hereby given t tt-petation
of the said Caleb Broadwater and Broad
water will be heard and consideredi'dte'tot~rt
of Common Pleas for Edgefiefd:Distriet, at
Edgefield Court Hoese, oti the.: day of
October next, or onisuch other day aa the Court
may order during the term, commencing. on
the first Monday in October next,aisaid place.
and all the creditors of the said CalebBroad
water and D M. Broadwater. are. hereby sum
tanned personally, or by attorney.. then, and
there in said Court, to show causeif any they
can, why. the benefits of the Acataaforesaid,
should not be granted to the'said 'leb Broad
water, and D. M. 1roadwaler, uponileir ex
ecuting the asignment requ~ired by the Acts
THOS. G. BA pid,'Ck.
Clerk's Offce, June ;32nd. 1846.. .
July . . St:,:23,
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Robinsons & Caldwell,
vs. B'ai !writ
O LIVEL SIMPSON whois ow in the
custody of the Sheriff E' LEgefield Dis
iic,'by virtue of 'the sirrender ofhiris Buail, at
the.suit of Robinsons a& Caldwoell having filed
his petition, with a schedule on oath, of his
whole estate and effecls with" thes purlpose of
obtaining the benefits of tbA "' .f the Gene
ral Asetnbly, called the .Ibs edaDebior's
.Acts. Public Notice is herehy gien 'That tlie
petition of the aid Oliver sipjpson, will be
heard find'cotisidered jo.he .Courz gf-Commont
Plei;forEdatefiel sirici,.at; agpeld. C'b'
H ouser on the r . ;die
on sech'otherday hCou sa'iy .order,
during the tein. cothmencaigtr e firat Mo
day in Octdber next, it said plance. and all the
irediton ditheisnid Oliver-Simpon are-hereb)
ensmoned, personally. or liqtroriney, then
and th'et in said Court. toi sh ~iause. if any
they cani, why the beneocith-e.Ats afioreraaid,
should not be granried to thesaid'Oliver Simnp
son, upon his exceuting the asisignment requir
ed by the Acts afnread CN Cek
ClerI's Office. 29th June, 1846.
July 3 . 13t 23
State of South .Caielinai
IN COMMON PLEAS..
H UG H A. NIXON, Wvho h-eis been arrested
.and is now confined: within the bounds
o~f the Jail of Edgefield District, by virtue .of
several writs of capmias ad sfltisfiicienum, at
the suits of' Benj. W. Betitis, Bland & Butler.
and John Bantskett, severally, having filed his
petition. with a -schedule upon oath, of his
whbole estate and effects, with the purpose of'
obtaini-ng thre benefit of the Acfs of the General
Assernbly, commonly cal led th'e Insrolvent Deb
tor's Acts. Public Notice as hereby given,
thmat the petition el the said Huigh A. Nixon
wvill be heard and ronsiider'ed ini the Court of
Common Pleas, for .Edl4efield District, at
Edgefield Court Hutrse, o'n the day of
October next, or on suaeh oth!ei day as the Court
may ordei du'ring thefaidi, commetidcina on
the first Monday an Octoberitezt, at said place.
and all the creditorsof the said Hugh A. Nix
on,-are hereby sumamonred, personally.. or by
attorney, then and there in daid Coatt, to show
cause, if ainy they cant, whir the bepiefit of the
Acts aforesaid, shonid notfe granired, to the
said Hugh A. Nixon, upeni'ijts ofecuting the
assignmetnt reqnired by the Acts aforesaid.
TH08:. G'BA CON, (;lerk.
Clerk's Office, June 22d1 1846.
Julyr l 1t 23
State of South Carolina,
E DGEFIELD BnSTRICT,
A C. WISE, whso hasbeen, arrested, and
e snwconfined withitr thebonnds of
thrs- Jail of Ed'efield .Dipt'ridV,:bj virtue of a
writ ofcapias ad satisfaciendum, at tire suit of
Charles Lamar, having filed bii p'etition. ith
a scheduto on oath..,h yol estate. and ef
fects, with the purpose~tf'ohiigi the benefit
if the Acts-of thme Gsie' " ~htcommon
ly called'the Iitsolven'tD rl6c~ - Public
notice is hereby gii lIt ite. petitions of
the said A. C. W~ise .u besbard tad consid
ered in the Court of t~mnnb ,.,for.Edge
field District, at Edgefiefd n ole a the
day of October ne' ; ait'her
day as the Court mayot 'iding teiei-m,
commencing on tha. irer l'oiday ru'October
next, at said p lace, and alhheereditrs of the
said C.-A; Wise, are hlrbguimin'ne'd, per
sonally, or by attorney,. 4iqhandghrere in~said
Court, tat show cause, f they can, tety
the benefit of the Acts'ao ad.hould not bii
granted to the-said A. CO ile,'upariIris exe,
cutiag the.assignmenti4iiried' by the Actai
Clerk's Office, June 22d,18T46'
.Jurv 1' -1. S 3 23
,n H E Estate of Min-r B Iovaxazsisdeo'd,
kbeihg:Ddrelret, thosA"indebted to said
deceased, are hereby- nted~tewzke imtwe
diate paymentt~ and thoeh irfdsninds to'
present them dplya~ekt~
New Arrivals at Roberts
.CIHLAP CASU STORL
. small lat of Shoulders' of Bacon at 6'
cents per pound
Daily expected, Sides, Hatrs ind Lar,
10 barrels prim&7lour, at $4_50
ByS'etail -40 Iba Flour for $1
candies assorted at 25 cents a pound
Mackerel by the barrel or retail
Berrings at $1 a boi
Salmon in kits $1 75 each
Segars of various brands,
Ruta Buga, Globe. Aberdeen, large Nor''lk
flat Dutch and other Turnip Seeds
Opodeldoc at6j cents a bottle
Laudanum, Paregoric, &c at.6j cents a bolt'
Sands' Sarsaparilla, Bull's Sarsaparilla
Epping's Compound Extract of Sarsaparil;.
and Qusen's Delight
Rowand's improved Tonic .lixture, waranti.:
to cure Feuer and Agne
Barne's Notes on the Gospels. Job and Isais'
Ation's Latin Grammer and Prosody
Wddy Thnmpson's Mexico
Quills. Stationery, Books. &c with a seiier,
assortmentof Drugs and Medicines. for sale bi
R. S. ROBERTS,
Edegfield C. Ii , sept 8, 33
Saddlerv and Iarness
I rake great pleasure in
returning to my patrons atd
friends 'in general. my sin
care thanks, tor their very
tibi ral patronage during the
past year I would also,
take this pportnnity to in
form them, that I shall still
.continue to carry on my bu.
siness at my old stand, at the first door above
Presleyand Bryan's prick store; where may
-be found, at all times. all kinds of IIARNESS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, and all other articles
generally kept in such establishments.
Siilitary equipage, made to order in the most
approved styli., n ill also be promptly furnish
ed at my shop.
All parsons wishing to buy. I hope will give
me a call. I shail endeavar to put all my ar
tices as low, as in justice to myself. I can pos
sibly afford to do. . ABBEY.
1iy 13 tf 16
J. D. TIBBETT1S.
H AS just received. and will keep con
iantly on hand, a FnEsUt supply of
Drugs. Mit dicines. Paints, Oils
and ye Stuffs.
lie does not think proper to luinibug the
public, by adrecrtising his prices, but persons
wishing to imrhase muy be assured tha; he
will sell at as Lor Et'tcEas a inj one in Edge
field, Iaibug or Augusta.
The following constitutes a part of his
stock of' Medicines :
Epsotn and Olauher Salts,
Caster Oil in bottles. oi by the gallon.
Calonel, 'Tart. Emetic, Assafwtda, Arro'
Root, Rhurbarb, Jalap, Magnesia,Gurn 1y ik
Aloes, Gamboge. Cayenne Pepper, Morphine
Cremor Tartar, Opinm, Laudanum. Pr regon
ic, Quinine, Preparations of fron, Squills
Sweet Oil, Sarsaparilla Root, and pre paratiun,
of the same, Ca paiva, Chloride of Soda, Ether
Camphor, Nitre, Amnonia hive Syrup, and
any ot/cr article that may be culled for.
FTAll of Da. Jar C's 3ledicines, wairanlec
genuine. Soltl as cheaplas can be lound a'
any Dr:g Store, in this or any other place;
obtained directly from Dr. Jay ne, ilnough
his only Agcnt in Augusta.
Bull's Sarsa parilla. bnnd's Sarsaparilia,
Carpenter's Do. - Philotoken.
Curprutif's Extract.Cubebs ind Cojaiva,
r Tarrant's 1ie., .Medieommen'umn, Godfrey s
Cordial, Moffau'e Pills. Molatt's Bitters,
Champian's Feuer. and Agne Pills. Chianpi'
on's 1'egituble Anti-dyspeptic Pills, Hull's
Fever and Ague Pills, Spencer's Pills, hull's
Lozenges. Peter's Pill's, Cook's Pill's, Dn
pount Tooth Drops, 'TIho'mpson's Eye Waters,
Tabnestock's Vermilfnge, TIhompsonian M1ed
icines, Ronand's Tonic M iiinre. Seidlitz and
Soda Powders. Sw ain's Panacea. 'T'urlington's
Balsam. Hlay's Linimentt, HIarrison's Ojam
mnt, a sure eore for *cald head. Ccarpa's
Accoustic Oil, for dehihiess, and all other
Patent Medicines in common utse.
PAINTS AND OILS.
W~hite Lead, of all kinds; Red do ; Verdi
gris. Spaniish Brown, V--netian Red, Vandyke
Brown, Turkey IHlmber. Chr,-me Green
Cerutme Vel!ntw. Vermtillion, Stone (Ochre',
Ivorv Bhtck, 'I era Sienna. Drill Lake Pat.
tent'Black. Larnp Block. Yellow Uchtrc, Lv th-.
arae, Russiaen Blue, T1urpentine. Rosei P'ink,
Varnish ofatll kinds. Lintseed Oil. T1rainu Oil.
Lamp L'il, Neat's Foot Oil, and ali the Essen.
Spani-h Flo:i, Indigo, Atnnatte. M.adder.
Logwood, Ununwooid, Brazil Wood, Fustic,
Red Satunders, Tnmeric. I operas, Alum,
Bluesttone, and atlI other Dye Stutis.
Black Peppet Allspice, Mace, Cinnatnoi,
Cloves, ('inger, Race and Pulverized Nut
M1 ESC EJ.LANEOUJS,
Wmndowv Glass, fritmn 8 x 10 amp to 20 x30
Putty, 'Vltiting,8Sterm Canudles,ICandle n' icks
Castile Stiap, Chatlk. Uimrt Plaster. Flux
Seed, Wafers. Tooth Brm-shed ..ltte, Gold atnd
Silver Leaf, Syringes' of all kinds. T1ruseses,
Ink, Black and :..ed, Ink Powders. Lemntn
byrult, Mutstard, Pink Sucers, SntT1 l.igntor
itce, Matches. Pununuice Stonue, lHotten Snttne,
Sal Eratus, Potash, Stilt P'etre, Sealing Wax.
Sponge, Snarcht, Paint Brushes of~ every de
icrtption. WVitte Wash Brushes Dusntig
Brushes, Swdepinag Brushes, Scruibbing. HI orse
and Shoe Brushes, Hair Brushes, Shavitng
Boxes,.Shaving Soap, r f all kinds, WVashing
Soaps. Tloiler Soaps. Rose, of varions kinds;
a variety of fine articles of Tobacco. Also,
fine clit'Tobaccr, for stmoking antd chtewing.
b',mgng, Nursing Bottles. Nipple Shells,
CutppmgGlasses; Lancets. Alcohol, R at antd
Roach Bane, Sash Tools, Camtal's Ilair, and
Sable flair Pencils.'
All the aibove articles are warranted good.
and sold on terms to please purchiasers for
cassh, oron a'pproved credit.
J D. TIBBETTS.
Edgefield C. H.a M'arch 11 ti' 7
TOLLED bef'ore me by John Harrig living
ntear the Old W'Iells,'in'the District afore
said, a bay H ORSE, with black legs, mane antd
tail, about fifteen htands high, Meven years old,
left knee enlarged, a stnall star on the forehead,
uand appraised at twenty dpllars.
TIis 20th of July. 1846.
.C. W. PRESLEY, 3?. E. D.
Juty 22 Iamn4w .25
State of South Carolina,
M J~. 1B. M. BLUCK'.a4. livtmg sevetn
J...miles north west of the Court Hoitse.
Tolls before nie an estray Mare Mule, of
sorrel color, about 13 hads high, supposed to
be ten years old, considerably marked with
gears and but. A ppraised at twenty dollars.
.MIT CH LMagistrate.
Bowel and Summer Corn!
No' Cuare ne .Pay..
. Dr..Jayne, No. 8 South Third Street,'
is.pjllingto g arateehathisiCARM IN.
ATI VE BALSAM will -curo. Diarrahwa,
Cholics, Cramps, Griping-Pains, Cholera.
Morbus, Sumnier Comiplaint, and other
derangements of the Stomach aid Bow'
ele, in ninetyntiiu enses 6.ut'of (iundred,
fand in less than half the time,it.. canbe
,flected by any othermeaus.
It is extremely pleasant. and children
are fond of it. It -is equally as effective
f';r adults as children, and when the direc
tons are followed, and a cure is not effec
t.-d, the money will he cheerfully returned.
P: iee 25 and 50 cents r. bottle.
Hamilton, New York, Oct. 8, 1841.
Ar. J. J. Foote-Dear Sir-! cheerfully
Ad my testinnuial to the numerous ree
.mmendations of Dr. Jayne's Medicines,
'vhich have already been givon. I have
'ound his Carminative successful in my
fImily in cases where all other means had
tailed. I have also used with decided
benefit his Expectorant. I would not be
without either of these medicines in my
family for any consideration.
I have the gratification of a personal
acquaintance with Dr. Jayne. He is an
exemplary member of society. and sus
taius a high reputation in Philadelphia as
a regular add skillful physician.
J. S. 51AGINNcIS,
Professor in the lhamilton Literary and
R. S. ROBERTS is Dr. D Jayne's
only Agent at Edgefield Court House.
Beware of Counterfeits Y
September S, 3t 33.
Jaynes Hair Tonic.-We have
heretoline numbered ourselves atnotg those
who believed that the "Htiir Tonic" prepared
by Dr. Jayne. wes one of the many quack
nostruus whose virtues are never seen beyond
the futotme puffs of their authors. We are
willing, at length, to make public acknowledpe
ment of the error of our belief. An intimate
friend. some two or three months since, all the
top of' whose cranium was as bald as a piece
of polished mathile, mangre all our jesting and
ridicole of the idea of attempting to cultivate
,o barren a spot, purchased a bottle or two of
the flair Tonic Iton Dr. Jayne, and, according
to his directions. applied it. During the present
week the same friend ushered himself into onr
presence, and uncovering his hitherto naked
headastntshedi ts with a thin .though luxuriant
growth of hair. from 1 to 2 inches in length
upon the very p rermises we had believed, as
unyielding to cultivation as the trackless sand
that skirts the Atlantic. This is no puff, but is
religniotsly true, and to those who doubt, the
gentleman can bte pointed ont. . What is more
in favor of this "Tonic,". the case here.c ted
was not one of temporary baldness-no sudden
loss of the hair-but.was one of years standing.
though the gentleman is but forty-five years of
nae.-Philadelhia Spirit of the Tunes.
1. S RoltERT'r, sole Agent, at Edgeffeld
C. 11., South Carolina.
Bewtarc of ('ountcrfeats.
septettber 2 3t ' 32
IT N\VEIt FAILS!
Indian Vegetq blc Panacea.
P ERSONS iihati'ed with Scrofial, leing'i
Evil. Cancer, Erysipelas. or any other
cotmplaints arising from impnrities of. the blood,
are regnrsed to repd the followitig testimonials,
in proof of the .wondpiful propeities of, the
above nated medicine. .
RBA4D I- RE AD!' .REA'D'',
We.. the ntdersigued. h:uing visite
Isaac 43rook-r. Jr., at the office of Messrs- Rh
lNd & Walton. 376 Market Street. Philad'el
phis, consider his case the tost remarkable
one we have over witnessed or heard of.
ills disease wits SCROFULA. and tetrible
must have been h:s twelve year..' conflict with
His Palate, the enttire roof of his Mlouth.
Nose. Upper Lip. antd lower ltd of the itronT
xisF have betn desttoyed, hltis Face nerarly
taten uap. and palt of' thte Jaw Bone carried
a' ny. Attd yet we can g"ve no discriptiotn of
Mr B. informts tis thtat in January lnst, the
whole initerior tat his, mouth, as well as muost of
his face, was a otass of' deep attd painiful ul
tOn the .14th of Jatnuary last, lhe conmmtnced
inkinig Dr. Ctillen-'a Itdian, Vegetable Patna
c,-a. which checked the dtsease in a few days.
atnd frott the titue the cure has progressed
n ithtontt intermitss.ion.
New tiesht has supptlied the place of tlte
deep nice'rs, attd thonght badly disflgtiesd, his
face is sound, and htis generiti health is res'
We are assured that in the treatmennat of Mr.
Brooks' case, 330 t5ecurials, Ointttents. or
i austtc applications htave beeni used,-it- fect,
the Patmacea alone, has wrought this wonder
J. W. Jones, LU. D., South Second Street,
Rev A. D. Gillette. Pastor of Eleventh Blap.
tist Chmttch. Phtiltidelphia.
D~aiiel Mc(ink uy, Kessler's Alley, Phil.
F'. P. Setters. Editor of the Olive Branch,
Dtoyltown. Btucks county, Pa.
Constant Gillou. Attorney at Law, No 39,
S. lFomth suieet. Philadelphia.
L. A. Godey.;Ladlies Book, 101 Chiesnut St.,
Rev. 3. R. Nichtols, Pastor of Brikmnaker's
M. P Church.Philadelphia.
The above tnmed gentlemen, (constitutting
but a small pono of those wbo' have visited
M r. Brooks at our office tn Philadelphtia) are
w,-lII known, atnd thteir high standiung in society
precludes the idea of thteirkte'ding theit namtes
to carry ont an itmpositiotn.
Atnd here we say, without thte fear of contra
diction, that we htave not found a case of Scro
fulat or other diseatse ihr which we recommend
therPanacca, which thte medicine has not spee
We htave at thtis time a multitude of pa.
tients uttder treattmettt, all of wvhiom are doing
well. Amitong thetm is one of C A-N C E ft ,
wvhitch was pirtonnced by physicians beyjond
the reach of Surgical assistance, but from all
itppeuranccs wil. be ctured itn a few months.
Prepared hy 110OIVAN St W5AL TON, Pro'
prietors, and sold by RI. ROBETS, Edge
field . HI.
Augt-n 26 3t 31
Staite of' South Carolina
JE COMMON PLE AS.
John B. Gordou, Declaration
vs. ~ . Common
Jos. N. Perrin. Pieas.
fl1H E Plaitiif in the above case, having this
Iday filed his declarationt in my office, and
the Detndanthtaving neither Wife or Attor
ney ktnowt to reside within the lintits of thte
State, ont whoni a copy of the samne with: a rule
to plead can he serverd, on mnotion of' Bauskett,
P'lainttiffs Attorney, it is ordered,thttthe said
Defendant do :appear and plead to said dec
larattiotnw~ithtit a year aud'a day-ffrom the d-ite
hereof, or judgometnt will be awarded against
him by default.. .
* THOS.-G. BACON, c. c s-. D.
Clerheffie,Oef17thl6J45 37 39
State ,of South Uarohna
EDGE FIELD DLS'TR1C-T '
S: T Apghes ; ndr is
Paschal T11111t IVa
Ie Pt iti(Oa* t ci Lessatiij, this
dayfiled e rl al~ii it~ " suofead
the Defridintha'ing neitier nre fl CAt
torney 1rnowvn t'o 'restde-;iftin M liiniits of
this Stste, on. honry u co f sai.Declera
tion with a rofto plea sb e ed in.o
'tine, Griffins >la tiA)s ney ordcpd that -
said Defendait l ar a d 'il4;4 e oid Dec,
laration within a year and . yomth'e date
hereof,"or jdgment wilJ beaiirdcd against
him by defauttlt. M~rk
iC ler k''ffiae, i kk ''
State of S'outr oT ,
EDG'EFEL- DI T5j3T ":
IN THE C(XMMO -LF4 .
* vs. es,
Oliver Simpson,- ' TdL e.'" "
HE Plaintiff'in the-above; 'el
T this-day filed his-Declinitia1,i-my .
fice. On motion of WigfullPlain tttior
aey, Ordered. That.the Defend ' ' i-and.
plead to the said. Declaratisn, withibra year
and a day from the adatgh .eot
will be entered against.him bya *taJt#
TIfO.'G, o tsc:k
Clerk's Office, Ei~iefield C.:r d}4: ='
June 17 -
State of South :CarbIjjh
EDGItF1ELD' DS 6 .,.
-IN THE COMLOhiE 4,A.F
John Hill, Ordinary, D ellfio tn
Joshua hammond. 4 e achsnpt..
T HE Plaintiff' in.ths'abo ase bav
ing ihis ;day. ftled= d' laraQfr
my otlice, and the Defe d all. net
ther wire nor attorney lJnowoatr. veti e
within the lidiis ff' ths Stwate i,
a copy ofr said Declaration wil_ arrt .to
plead can be served. ounoto futillin,
Plaiutiff's Attorney, or eY ret ti rn thqtid
Defendant appear and p'i toIsi d
Declaration within a eagapdqa4 n tm
the date hereof, or judgmnenti.y '
war-ed against him. by ,defsuli .'
TH03MAS G.. BA '
Clerk's office Feb. 10 16 . ly
Souli Ciiolis; '.
IN THE COMMON -
William T. Smih, Indorser, D aieon
John Swanson. tacIrtentr :
The Same, - -
ts. Declaration in Attachment.
EThe Same. --
11CE Plaintiff in the. above nseehiving.
this day filed his- Declarations iinl.
fice. and the Defendant .havinig neithr Wiffe.:
nor Attorney, known to reside wilhbithipdlsmits
of the said State, on whom ahojynoifaisilee
luratinns with a rule to plead theraeo care be
erved, on motion of .M Gray Plaintiffi-At
torney, it is ordered. that the said Del udent
appeat and plbend to thesaid Declirations zyI h-j
a year and a diay. from' the ate:lieru'.
judgment will be. awarded ngtuisthitbeid
fault. T. G. BA(1ONC. r.
Clerk's Ofi-e. April 20. 11tL .,yIv 13'
State o f Soutli t'auiii;
EDGEFIELD .DlSTRIc -
IN .THLE COMN
E. C. Ro rd. 'i- *
T lE Plaiutifiin tlle above etadezCIr
j havir. this day filed his ddclaritiou
i' my office, on. no tiiiof U..R.Spiniun,
Esq.. it is Ordered, That the said De.
feudant do apipear and plead to a1_
sard dechrsati n, within a sear aud- d
day from the dat e hereof, or za 'd.fauit.
thereof fir-al and absolute judgmejit sig1
awarded aaninst him.. -.
TFIos. 0. BACON, c c c..i~
Clerk's Oi: e,.A pril 14,1846. 12iyf
State of South Carohna,
Sampson B. Mays and John) Bill
B. Matys, vs. Frances M. j frr
M~ays and others. -J Parniian
I T appearing to my satisfaction tliatWillianm
B. Mlays, one of the defendants in this case,
resides without the limits of this-Stte, ordered.
th.it the said William B. Mays,tdo apipeariri this
Court, tdead, answer or demur to this Bill,
within three months from thie dateofthe pub-.
lic:,tion' of this order, or the said 'Bill b6 taken.
pro confesso against hlm.
S. S. TOM PKINS. c. a. x, y
Azng. 11,1846. 3m. .29
State of South Caroliida
A LLEN LITTLE, living five .niles "rsh
Richardson's, Post Office,and nbot tw
miles fiom Re~d Batik Church,-tolled befro e
a GREY lA RE,sunpposed to be 12'or 13-years
old, about 15 hands high. and appriit'teff
dollars. hARDY WHITE, Magiurate
Brought to the Mil
O this Distriet, a negro -ma'i s wo
says his name is JA UK,'and hatieo.
belongs to Mr. John.Hullinau, .thog.o.3
says, jives twenty miles bel~w Orange
turg Court House. Said fellow..4ah6tzt
five feet six inches high, ligbst complexion.,
and between 23 and 25 years. of 'g.
He has a scar over-eaeb eye, and-one;pj17
his loft arm, just below his .elbiow ,. is
under lip looks as if. it had ben .urned~
he is box-ancled. and hiis right'foot appeara
to be the largest. He says he.jh s)ber~
runaway about three *weelsk and whoa
taken had, a pass to hire .himselfoe t
'lhe owner is requested to-.comie for'
ward, -prove property4 pay ~all charges
and take him away, -or she wil be ~oIe
with according to .law.
C. H. GOODMAN, Jai6o
18Serb ie that applicatidh I~wfbe Aiade
toteLgtiature at its. next-smisi'on; to
alter the charter of the'Togn..otfijgfisidgeo,..
as to give to the Town fosuncilthe exclasive
right to grant Taven Lieerasen opto-.
tetail spirntous liquors in sd TowA .n .
september2 - 3m- 3 32
F H E-understguei havitbg recentlgeaorn
U.menced the . above tbustines5~ i l9 s"
place, respectfully solicitis the labUyd
age oif the public. .
Herintenda eeliinfot~a. raa e~
assortntot Confect tiesc a~ aii
E dgefield:C'. H August t ~