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have som ritflapillary ir, We do not
intend, liowevei s porta:pair of buge whir.
kerstmnaistachesai ii s beai under the -chin.
Weintend als'oboprese vo our peaceable, in
EDGEFIELDA ND AIKEN RAIL
- lr.Editor:- W#ypro.mised .in our ar
tide in the last number o1 your paper, to
throw out a few hints on the profits likely
to arise to this, community, by the Rail
Road, when cotm leies, ,fffni Edgefield
Village t. 4iken.j =ii our desire to be
brief, we will shiply furnish an alalysis of
the jeci'eaviogitto the practical men
ofthe District-to make their own calcu la
tions, and lraw.their:own deductions.
The profius-n ay ,be ranked under two
classes. Firstathose arising directly from
the. Road as frnm'passengers, freight,
carriage of ti mud,.and from convenien
eies opuariouskandi. ,Secondly, thbose aria
tg iirectq y the ieihancement of
real estate, &c.
t Under the frst head, let us consider let,
r the prospecad-orpassengers. Evet now
the amostof theiaravel to.Charleston f.om
Stherupper Distdicts of .the western purt of
tteiState, is hrough the village of Edge
' field There are two lines of stages run
ning from theiack' country throug I the
S Vidlage,.audodeflie we know to be highly
profitable. The passengers, most of whom
are -desine :- for Cht'rlestona, would of
course take the Rail Ro~ad to Aiken.
Again :-a great many travellers frot the
ugiper part of the' State; from East Ten
nessee, and from the .western part of North
Carolina, who. pass, at present through
Colurabia, would take the Rail. Iad at
E sefiel.d, aii i would bri tham a num
berof milessnearer to GreeviYlle, through
which place they pass in.their journey to
Tennessee and North Carolina. For the
same reason,-the most of the travel from
the-lower Districts to the b~ack country for
the purposes of summer reside,eo, ec.,
would be over thtis Road. _ When u.nv we
add to these, the increase of travel on the
Road by the growing population of the
Village. and the increase geuerally which
always takes place by multiplyin: the fa
cilities of travel, we will have a source of
profit from. the Road of no inconsideratale
value. And ihis is. an -item of the first
magnitude in -estimating the profits of a
Rail Road. - .- -
Secou-L The prospect for freight. Tae
downward freight from the Village will
consis. principally of Co:tou. Ozher ar
tices of produce rnay, and dou'atless, will
be transparted ; but as they are likely to
he unimportant, 'will. not take them into
the.estim:ite. The quantity of Cotton will,
oufcourie, dependmuaeh:upon the growth
of the Villago.upaon the market here es
tablished for the sale of this article, and
- for the purchase-af supplies by the plau
ter: It is said that y0.0UJ bales pas. an
'tanllythranghi Ifatnurg in this District.
ulipose Ed~.field were 'to obtain a third
ua ii, Wnr "u0rca0
bales, freefruin all-competitina; ' Smucha
.iar the freight down. -- The upwardfreight
will surel', be- greater. It will consist. in
the first place. sf ali the merchanlise in
'en-led fir E.ig-feld Village.. (the ainount
of which i 'likely to have a gra-Inul in
areuse to-suit the itcreascd prosperity of
the I-lace.)ul na ist of that intended for
' the l)astrict, but likewise of a great pro
- trtiaon of that-designed for the uper.Dis
triicts, ita thme'wesmerta par 'of the :State.
WVhen wconasid-'r tho vast quantity or
mnerchanadise necessary lfor thie pltaters,
and foar supplying the large naumbear aaf
m aerchatnts in the country, this will lae no
small mhatter, Superadded to thaese, the
large quantity of tmerchiandise carried at
present on wagons - fromn Augustat anal
J amrbrgto-Norih-Carol'ma andl Tenanes
see, will be laroughat upon this Road.
Thaird. Prnfits from carrying the mail.
* First, we- shall have a dadly mail from
Edgofield to Charleston, which ina addiiona
to its great utility anad satisfaction, will be
a source of considerable revenue to the
Road. S~econdly, the Western mail,
whbicta noir reaches us frasei Augunsta by
stage only tri-weekly, would be most
p)robably m-ade, a daily mail, anad wouald
be carried '*y-Aiken on the Rail Road to
Fourth.' Protitsfrom conveniences of va
rious kinils. To men of practical redeein
it is unnecessary to remark -that "conven.
* ience~ is profit." The . political ec~oomist
ivill.tell us,. that .any,. convenience which
seres o sve.time, labor .or trouble, may
- nd toshestok o prducivecatpital.
Thus ina works ott political economay, a
mint, the retail store-keeper, the banaker,
broaker, &c., are regarded as Iabor-saving
machines, because they save labor and
trouble to the business men of the cornmun
&- nity. Onaa much larger scale is a Rail
RoaS a labor-saving machine. It afl'ets
more or'ress,'nearly all the interests of so
cietv. It -hiaietis communicationas of all
kindis, and-thereby saves time, It britngs
an ample-market- 1ithita nearer limits,
and terebyssthe immediate saving of
capital. But all thiese savings add just so
'much to asman'ssproductive capital.
Take hut a single. instance out of. a butt
dred that c'ould be :used to illustrate. .'If
the merchatnt-. at- present pays 50 cents'
per chundred. for' .freight: from Aiken to'
Edgefieldestid- ein'-'btaitd it by the Rails
Road for ?5:c'entesishere not-here a clear
gainf of25 ceanseper rhundr~ed ? True, it
is:-not a great matter to the merchant, but
it'is to the coynsumaerghe~b. po'r.-planter in
the country, whomrally-has~feight to pay..
Witihim every..sixpencesaved ia a gain.
Hehrisns correctly-when-;he .reasons in
the ~iiugu'ge of the politie'al Teconomist,
"T6 chEaper -ifrson'biysu what he
needthae less he spends, the more he
.vithe greater the amount of' accumu
ite spiao pe-used-hereaftetrprodoc.
nyely." ' ' thea-are some of the ad.
vantae ui Road, arisingg.rom
.o ves ime,'lab.ytrougli
and des of the bbininlin
la he ihiidgs, it opeos
- ahereby af!dssalsuforamoralsapd
* beestntia r of po& 3
3DOhoa opeq schowiin a
ainvested. without. at .il.~having: regard to
the indirect advantaed rit may'prodilce
On the irlectprlbtine wlN fad fi
Editor, a fa Siglesioisuii ouir near. We
hope,;bdwever, aeone aabier peg ill take
up th'e sdbject, andpresetitito-the tonimu;
-diity lie-rresellis 'of. heie:digssted views,
and more exact-iaformation.
For the Advertiser.
hfR. E DIToR,-The time for action upon
-the subject of the Rail Road has arrived.
Some one is new wanted to take the lead
and the people are ready to follow. Rut
who is sufficient for this thing? Where
are our.old citizens, our counsellors, the
hone and sinew of our coin munity? W hero
are Addison, Butler, Brooks, Jeter, Lips
comb,Pickens, Bland, Holland, and othcrs.
I know they are all in favor of this under
taking. This work addresses itself to themu
for their aid. Why stand they still and
talk; talking will never buil the road.
Twenty hearty fellows standing round a
stalled wagon expressing, in the warmest
ter ms, their good wishes for the wagoner's
success in getting out of the bog, will never
budge his wagon one iuch; but coats off
and shoulders to the wheels, and then
along push, a strong push, and a push all
together, and my word for it, the wagon
will soon be under way.
I hope the gentlemen above mentioned
will excuse this public reference to them,
and that they will come out and make
some public demoustration, propose some
plan of action, and let us go seriously to
work. Let me turn their thoughts back
to a man who once lived among them, a
man whose worth as a citizen was not
fully appreciated till we lost him. I mean
Col. Eldred Simkins, Sen., whose public;
spirit and zeal in all matters relating to
the prosperity and improvement of his
country were untiring, und whose patriot.
ism manifested itself, not in words only,
but in energetie action. Let me call upon
them to emulate his zeal. liam not the
mantle of Elijah fallen upon some of these
men, a:nd will they not come forvnarl and
do what that man would long ago have
done had he lived to this day? I feel as
assured they will. CIVlS.
MK. EDtron.--As the new Legislature
is just elected. all intelligent persons are
interested in knowing what will be their
sentiments on the imaportaut topics of the
present day. The Mexican war. the clean.
itnt out of the Western River, (upon the
principles suggested by Mr. Calhoun, in
his recent report), and election of Electors
by the people, and Governor by the peo.
plie. These are sul eets talked of by gen
ilemen, and we would like to kow the
opinions entertained by our Representa
Lives cs the coining Legislature will lie
called on to act upon all of ihlese.. A
Governor is to be electee', and also all. S.
Senator, should - McD -i resigi.' which
we hope will not he the case. If, how
eer, there should be a.vacacy, we think;
it rnportan nyt tite Legiilature.sbould1
Chi * ose a: ~ ttffrubility, Wrhos aprrintsiid
are knows co be identified with the-leadiun.
'lociflifes which this State has taintained
for the last twenty years. We wish to
know if the Sta'e will coose a Senator
'(ho will sustain aind carry out those pria
ciples, dir heiher she will stlectune who
will go for Internal iproveetrnt by the
Federal Governmeit, nipon principles cal
nulated to tax the people fur the hoiefit of
Western'waters and Western interests.
I think it iar more important, that South
Calficia sliodlJd chuctise at this juctucre ini
our ulirs, a macn wlic, will go fur a strict
Lcostruetionl of the Cconsticntion, and an
econmical Governtmenat, anzd whlo w ill
give a hearty and cordial support to the
Admceiniration, in its efforts 1o introduce
the principles of Free Trade, and also to
support the Administration in sustaineilg
the htodor of our c -untry, in prosecuting a
War, wvnged itn the first mtstanice, to sus
tain So'uthern interests andI Southern rights
Ic is more important to chcoose a mnact to
s-astain these priniciples, than wh~o the in-.
difidual-all we want is sound jprinciples,
talent and spotless inttegriiy, 1oth private
anid public, and we think it better for die
people of the State 10 dictate to their ite
piresentatives, whlo shall guard and defcend
heir anciern principles in thme Senate of
the United Staites, than to leave it to manc
gers atid politiciis after they assomtule at
C'oludaiia. A VOTER.
l-ruTS Cstvicucc, or -rne EoEFEr.D B.iP
Dear Brethre.-Thie Ilomne M issioni floard
rcgct'est your eitterationr to the snbject itn the ful..
lowing extract from the Minutes of the Asso
cittion, recently held at Siloamn Church. und
ask yoti to send up to the Chaictman or the
Board at Edigefield U. H., your views uipoti it;
at in early period. Y'ou will please not ocily
to state the manner in which you desire tice
continuance of Ilocme Missionis, hut also the
stints you will contributte for their stuppoit. fI
the ianswvers are sent by mail, he pleased to
p1af the postage.
Affectioneately, yours,. NSN
WILLIAM B. JHSN
Otlgefield C. H., 8. C., 1st Oct. '46.
. Ectract froemthe Minutes.
''Resolved, That die H-ome Mission Board be
otstructed to consult the Churchess of this As
tociaton, and to employ M iesionaeries to carry
n Home Missionary operations, or not, a., the)
Cheurchaes may drct."
ftLOT of fine Kentucky -tlules
Kall young, healthy, acid in good order
or sale by : M. FRtAZIER.
6ctober 1-4 tf 28
HECompany parade of the "Mintuu
Men" is postponed until the 3rd.
~stsirday in December next.
-Ay order of'
:. JOHN R. .WEVER', Captain.
i .eT."WRIGT, Oz s.
OQcil4 . .'t 28
( Weaare.sthorized -to announce1
JiKSH AL R~-S1UlTHas a candidate p
or:-T&x Collector,the nextselectioa.
From the Phiyadelphia' Public Ledger.
AN iMPURTANT CURE By Dr. JAYNEI
- ALTERA TIVE.
We have been informed by Mrs. M ahan. [
graoddaughter of old Gen. Wayne.] that r-l.
suffered fora number of years from the i row i
ofa large Goitrous Tumour of the '1 bar:;
which, besides great deformitv, produced botl
a difficulty ot deglution, and of breathing In
deed, she sas, the pressure upon the wind
pipe was so great as to prevent her from sleep
ing in a recumhent position, and often suffoata
tion appeared inevitable. She atin labored
under severe indisposition fron Liver Com.
plaint and Jaundice, with a ho: rible train of
nervous affections, for- which she commetced
the use of Dr. Jayne'u Alterative, which she
took regularly for six or sI!ven weeks, with aac
casionai doses of his Sanative Pills; and her
general health was thereby completely re-esta
blished, and now perceiving some diinunition
ill the size of the Goitrous Tumnour. san was
ancnu -aged to persevere in the use of the Al
tcrtive until every vestige of the painful tin
mlour was entirely removed. We think. there
fore, that auch an important remedy should be
inure generally known.
Thu following is from a Physician and a
much resilected Clergyman of the M ethodist
Society, dated Modest Town. Va., Aug. 27
Dr. Jayne-Dear Sir-I have been using
your Expectorant extensively in my -practice
ter the last-three years, and for all attacks of
Colds, Coughs. Inflanmmiation of the,.Lunws
Consn:nption. Asthma, Pains and Wakness
of the Brrast, it is decidedly the best medicine
I have tried. Very respectfully yours.
R. W. WILLIAMS, M. D.
R. S. tOBE RT. sole Agent, at Edgefield
C. H.. South Carolin. a
Bewcare of Counterfeits!
october 14 3t 38
The Jocke:y. Club Rces
T1' the Cherokee Pond. will cmnmence.pn
, the 3d Tuesday, 17th November, and
cotinne thronghout the week.
Fine sport is anticipated, as th'e irllowiug
gaentleme.n have already engaged to tt'id
wti Stables.of H ores, viz. Capt. Stewart. Col.
Myers; Capt..i.iwe .)Mr. Smith, Mr. SitIgle.
ton, and Air. Jewell.
iictober 14 . 3t 38
TilE FOLLOWING IS COUNTER
M1ANDE I-'ROMl DTI.
R . a' A V Y J.min the subscriber about
in6 10th of Jaiuary. a Negro Woman.
by.nme of JICY, of dark complexin, about
38 years of age ; she is supposed to be about
Charles Glover's pnlaaiiition. where .she haq
been seer. The above resieard will le paid to
iny person who will -leliver her to ue at Edge'
field Cditrt House.
Ii. S. F. GOODE.
Edg efield C. If., Oct. 4 f :38
WANTE . D
QA.RY OF FI1'NEIUTTER. A Dai
ry of really fine Butter, is w..mted t o sup
ply the subscriber's Store. It is for the use of
fttnilies in the neighborliood. and to be agreed
for at it specified average price the year round.
The Dairy may lie in any of he-ardjoi' ing dis
tricts.. I'rice and supposed or probable gnam
City m ist he fidme;d.punaiflby letter, post paid.
Cash, or Merchnndi:ie at Cadigprices in return.
Tie- uieter must he pumt lip si as to keep eith'
er in keg-s orcks,.auJ elivete.d atEdglteield
(.. 1!. R.~ S.: RlOD! $i.'
.tiher_1 , 1
The latmuburg RI bulicani will copy the
above 3 firins.
Land for Sale.
B .Y cunseiit t' parties. will be sold, for di
vi.,ion, at FEdgelield Court Ilonse.. on the
first 3ond;iy in Novenber next, (if inot disp s
ed of by jiiv.ite sale hefitre tnnt trioe..) a tract
of Lund containi': 1:;1A neri'. .i.ore, or 1as,
situiate on the roil+! I..:-diing froille it's Ferry
to 11aimbirg. twenty faur milers from thie far
mier place, :djoinin; hu1ts h,.loonmig to B3cnj.
'l rrel,T'hoa:is Ds Laomih. and ite lirs. it hein g
the piremaises do ylhich Jauies Wiggins, dec'd ,
A credit oif one year will be given. A te
and n'pproved secnrity of'course will be requir
ed~pf thme pmurchaser. Any person wising to
purchase at private mill~e wouldI do weli to a p
ply toJ.l~lN RIDDLE, or
detimber 14 3t"- 38~
La di StocIl, &e. For' .Mae.
F3 H E Suiscriber nmhw mffers for sale, the
-1. Plntauio oni which lie ntow livesa, on the
(25th) tweintj fifth day of Novembler mnext. con
tainling (500) five hundred and sixty acres
moure or less, lying on the ino rthm prong of the
H alfway Swaimp, waters of Saluda riyer, about
aute hundred amnd fifty acres ofi fresh cleated
Land, well adi'pted tei tle grow~th of Cotton,
Corn, and small graini, timid all uder ercellett
lenice; about (300) three huundred acres ofwo'd.
lurid, wvell tmatbereid, with a Dwelling .Iouse
aind good ont buildings, with a isprinig andl well
both excellent. Thlosie wiaimn;: to purichaase,
will du well to call a'td ex'amine for themosel.ves,
as I atm'deter-mined to sell without reserve.
Like wise-Oat the samme dati ,and at the ilame
platce.l shall pr':ceed to sell Corn.,Fodder, aiid
l'Iantation Troots ; an eicell.ent road Wagoni.
with a small plaiitation Wagon, amid ninec head
af good work Horses amid alules. witb somne
athier stock. JOHN CHRISTIE.
october 14' 6i 3$
Valuable Estate Lands
FOR SALE .iN NEWB . URY.
DRSOTANT to the last Will and Tlesta
met of the Rev. WVn.t.ms llfaxom. d.'
ceased, wve will offer for s:,a at New berry Conir
Ilona'se, 0n Sale-day inu Novem'he'r next, (2nd
o' the monmb,) tire valu'able.
on Saludai River, of wh ich he died piossessed'.
The tract Cointains 352? acres hy redurvey, anid
sone of the be5e Cottoit and P'foviion Plan
tationis inm the'middlle country. Omn the piremi
ses isagood two story Dwelling.House, Cot
fon Gimi, Barn, Stables. &c , &c.
Conditions-A credlit of one, two and three
yers. from the day of sale, purchaser giying
maortgagea of Land, or ample p..rsonid seL4nritiy.
IOHN BF.LTON O'NEA1LN,
october 14 31 38
State of South (Carr1iiia,
EDGE FIELDs DISTRI'CT.
IN'TIf E COURT O' O'KDINA RY.
OCTOBF.R 10, 1846. -
Lucy Sanders. A pplicant, vs. .Summonsu in
Ro'dger Thdmnas and wife, and Partuian.
..nthers, Defendmnts. ,.)
~T appearing: to iny,satisfaction, tati Rod-'
Kger Thlomaas and wife Caroline, aqd Mtary
4nn Weldhm, a uiinor, lives ithout' the ihits
>f thiu StatE; It is therore ordered, that they
lo appdatiand'object to the sale 6r diviston of
ho real~ejuiate oufNathiaieJ8Srndere, dec'd , on
ti bgforethe..fifst~)Iddhiin kantary nezt,. or
hieir~conusent.to thasaine :llebe epter.ofr
oprd. Given.unde my.hansd at my officea the
hay a~ d de.ahov wattent.. 3.S i
ctober 14' '. 3m ..38
Thedriedea.f.Maj,; 8- C. Sor
nonshiaa a~adi (u,, u*.
' :GI iitiOG4NS, Kerseys and Woa
i l Hats, -
-U400 yds. splendid-Pinted Calicoes, at -10 ez
Moaielines-de-Ltine Alpacas and Merinoe
of various prices,
Northern Hbmespun at 6i and 10 cts a. yard,
.B, sclhed do- ''at 12J cents a yard,
Oamabnrg4. at 9cents'aayftrd, -
Georgia Plhili, half wo-il, at 31 cents a yard,
A. large- assortmnent of 4tool, fur, and beave
A lai.'e assnrtitent of .3Fen's, Boys' and in
Biuts. Shios,-and Slippers, in every variety,
Superfine'blud cloth Coats, at$14 each,
Peppermisit and .other Candies and. Kisses a
25 cents aound,
Cups.ail: Saicets aL124,15 and 181 cents :
sett . --
-A teryiarge assortment of Glass and Crocker1
Ware, inclhding Foot Tubs, &c.,
Nev'crop Raisins and Grapes, duly expected
Five boxes Lermons at 25 cents per dozen,
Williana' aid other brands of Flour. -
Fire Crackers for boys ot 10 cents a pack;
Daiiyexp'eted-a large assortment of Toys
loll;. na'd oilier fAncy articles, with Per
fun,Fy: &. bytl.s brig Paul Jones, fror
Books and Statiuinery,'nany new and interest
tin Baph froi the traie sales.
Groceriee viz; Sugars, Coffees, Teas, various
kiiids of Molasses, at 374 and 50 cents per
Wrought nid.cut Nails,
Hardware and Cutlery, a new and complete
Coils Rope for packingcotton. at 6cer a pound
Mackerel: Codfish, Salmon, Lobster, Pickled
A largevariety of Drngs and Medicines,
Castings. Tubs. Buckets. Bin 'ms. &c.
Finest-qnality gennine Port Wine. for the aick
Also-lit Store-500 )lbs. best shoulders ol
- Baco . .
1000 lbs. sugar cured Baltimore H am,
All of which will be sold at unusual low pri
ces, by it. S. ROBERTS.
october 14 - 38
Ao Care! .- Pa
FEV ER AND AG UFC :UR:.D W ITHOU'T
R ()VAND S improved Tonic Mixture, is
0 avrra m:ted to cure Fever and Agne. or
Chill .and Fe~vr a. it is called. The money
will le returned, if thei as no cure, when ta
ken aiccdrdilito directions, and it generally
cures in 24 houi-s, the inoai. investerate ciscs.
Its strei ighening juiipertiei are most romarka
ble, as it 'eaves ua iseasobehitnd.
RA. RODERT'S. Agent.
oct aber 14 - 3t 38'
Stite of South Carolina,
EDGE F)IRLD DISTR ICT.
B' JOHN HlU. Esquire, Ordinary
B f, E.gigfefd'Ditrict.
Whei. as - a udy Buckhalier bath ap.
plied to me lor letters Af lAd ministration,
on. all andeingulrtihe gooda and chattels,
rigwita and creditiMI-Ana 31.M Aorgan ,laic
ofsai Disfnit, afresaid deceased.
T hl r .thegure to cite-and admon
ish :alltn' i i d~uted' tid'r~d
itgsi) f ..r ''a girpei6
.-toraJo e.. .i .rext'.2 't C ur
for-th said DistriG, i~ bo ioiden at E.dge.
field Court -ouse 'ia 'the 26h6 day i
October inst., to.- show cause, if nav
why tie.said admnistration should not he
Given under tiy hand and seal, thi- the
8th dhay of 9id'uhtr, ;in the year of oun
Lirl foA :e tliiai IdPth h n iilred a tid !'.i.
ty six. uand in the seven firs:t year of
A unr:ran Independence.
JOIdN HILL. o. E. D.
Octr. 14 ., 2t 38
- . tlce .
U1L iL B E SOLD. to the highepst hidder
bV y the, umdersigned. the 26tai,and 27th
of Octe he~r ne~xt. on a credit of twele months
at the l.rte residenic. iofJohni Dorn, iaenr . dec'd
aill hil real and pe'sonial estito, cnsisin'e vi
Sixtee ehnudred and sam'e aces of Land. re
cenitly *urreyed by Aiudrew H. Coleman, uiiid
dividedl in four tracts.
The lirst kniown as the Homue Tract contain
ing 5%.~ acres with a large anid ciomforable
Dwvellintg H ouse, with good improvements.
The aecondl is, kinven as Quarter tract, 53C
arcres, 'with a good Dweaing Horuse aind im.
.T.je ilard is known as the Fork Tract. 21(
acres. adjoiniing said quarter.
The f'urth is knouwn as the Culclazier Tract,
The above named land joins James I. Still
Wilson Ke up, and others.
206' busIeIs ot Corn,.
and Fodder. 10 Horses, 2 good Ritd WVa
jous,2~ ox Carts and Oxen. 50 or 60 head of
Cattle. 'iD head of Hlogs, Household and Kitch.
en Furhi~t , r,-. Terms made known on day o1
All persons havinig any demands against the
estate. are regniested to-come forward. duly at~
tae.t,-d. nMa aill persons mudebted to th-- estate.
na' rrqu.!-ted 'cicomne forward and make pay.
ment,;i'sa.flp.al settlemeiit will be made as sooin
as the law directs OB . D.
. . Executors.
october 7 2( 37
ALrM WiTCHCRAFT OUTDONE.
hr. T. Rowand-Ijear Sir-=-.For four or
five. years I have suffered greatly from Rheu
matismiin my head, which during the last year
became 'verse and worse. -For four or five
weeks ptni~ouis to the 15th inst./1- had suffered
without interitsst~on,my general health was
nauch imp~aired,-my sight injured, and my head
so sersitive, that i could acarcel) rest it upon
the pillow. Two'dulys-since' asigle appia
Lion of.your "1AglI.EOTION,'' relieved me
entirely -in t.O or rthr'e ininu'tes. 'I have ap
plied it oicasionlally since, and the soreness is
nearly.- ge ne' So'g'reat 'and sudden was the
change. that I can searcely reaai'ze that I.am
thei same rtan.
I have also cured one of my rchildren, pad a
female friend of headache in'twa dr three min
'So great is my confidence in the "MAGIC
LCTI(ON' that I dould. not be.without a; bot
tle for fifi Limes is cost) "
JA t W.:SOUDER,
R U 504 Market stet
Phil delpthiaead 718467 .
Pr ateciande ldWlaleualeand'Retail, by
J TE woindi 34Irket-treet.
1.(8. ROBERTS' gent~ Edgeffeld C. H.,
a oath Carolina -.
octoberl .15 ~ 3: 38
y" Pl fri ndact sexazrB. As
aan nce tan aag idats.for.t.Q ffice
of Comictorat the ezereectipn..g
Shenyjs 1 Stile.
NOVE MBER. 1846..:
Y virtue of sundry writs ofFieri Fe
c:as to me directed. I will .proceed to
9 self at Edgefield Court House. on the
First Monday and Tuesday in November
, next, the following property in the follow
ing named.cases, to-wit :
The interest of the defendant in eight
hundred acres of laud, more or less, ad.
joining lands of George Tillinnn, James
Rainsford, Benj. R. Addison and others,
Ievted on as the property of James 11.
Harris,>, ads of C. J. Glover.
Two hundred and fifty acres of land,
more-or-less,-adjoining landa of Mrs. Mary
Butler, Samuel Clarke. and others, levied
on as tle. property of Milledge: Galpliin,
ads of C64rlea Hall,.Peter Smith and wife
and others severally. s
Four hundred and twenty acres of land,
more or less, adjoining lands of Derrick
Holsombake, H Possey and others, levied
on as the property of -Daniel Posey, ads
of S. F. Goode and others severally.
One nuidred and eighteebwacres of land,
more or less,.whereon the defendant lives,
adjot.ing Iands of. t'. Weatherington. D.
Walker and others, levied on as the prop
erty of Wim. Hamilton, ads of J.G. Thorn
ton and others severally.
- One (thousand acres of land, more or
less, whereon the defendant lives, adjoin
ing lands of John Marsh, John Wise and
others, levied on as the property of Eliz
abeth Carter, ads of Jamnes C. Cobb and
others severally. -
Two hundied and seventy five acres of
land, m.lore or less..whereon the defendant
lives, adjoining lands df John Lott, Ems
ley -.ott; William Bouknight and others;
levied on as the property of Stephen G..
Whatley, ads of S. F. Goode and others,
One hundred and tweniy acres of land,
more or less, whereon the defendant lives,
adjoining lands ofJam'es Scarborough and
others, levied on as the p'operty of James
and Nancy Martin, ads of William T.
Bush and others.
Three hundred acres of land,] more or
less, whereon the defendant lives, adjoin
ing lands of Mary Strome and otheri,
levied on as the property of William
Strome, Senio-, ads of Sampson Sulli
van and others sevc:ally.
One negro boy Nat, and negro woman
Creasy, levied on as the property of Geo.
N. Pardue, ads of Wm. R. N.:al bearer
Robert D. Glover and others severally.
Terms f sale cash.
H. BOULWA RE, S. E. D.
Oct12 4t -- 37
ita~te .ft'. Sou,th Carolina?
IN EQU1T2 .
David Nicholsoi and Wife-,
and otheis, vs. Mary Steiie
*OTiOE'i irereby gie thaibyvr
tue of arn -order 'fron -.th Court of
-Equity; in this case, gh'allsell at -Egee
eafd-ih Ud.use;n iFss5Myn
Nuvember ue.9, oliiotract of .laud belong.
-ig to the Estate of Jhn Terry and. Pl illip
Stefle, deceased, containing two hun
dred and fifty-six acres, more or less, sit
uated in the District and State.aforesaid,
on Cyper Creek,.and., adjoining lands of
Edward Settle, Artemas Lowe, the estate
of Steward Minor and others. .
said Laud will be sold on a credit o;
twelve mouths, except as to so inuch as
will pay the cost of this suit, to be paid in
Trhe purchaser will be rerjuired.o .0ave
i and and good security for the purchase
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E.. E. D.
Commt'rs Oice, Oct 7 %
State of South rarolinia.
ILucy Williams, and o:r0er<. vs. ).
P, nelope Williams, Nathaniel 5
Burton, Jr., and others.
NOTlCE IS H EREBY GIVEN, by
4. virtue of an Order of the Court of
Equity, in this case, I shall proceed to sell
at Eduefeld Court House. ot- the first
MNondIay itt November next, the real estete
on Joseph Williams, dec'd., conuisinrg of
two tracts of land5 viz:
One tract contiaming coo hundred anid
seventy-five acres, tnore or less, sittrate in
the d'istrict and State aforesaid, atnd bon
ded by ltands of Mary Perry, Peleriah
Williams, Lewis Asbeil, Elijah Watsotn,
and Darling Williams.
One othertract containing three hundred
acres, tpore or less, situated in the district
and State aforesaid, on Cloud's.Creek.
and adjoining lands of Moses Holsteit,
Nat Burton, sear., and Darling Williams.
except so mnuch of saidl tradi 'of three hut.
dred aeres,'as is claimed by ibe defendant
Said lands will be sold on a credii of
twelve months, except as to so much as
will pay the cost of this suit, to be paid in
cas". Purcer to give bood and good
security for the purchase money.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. L. E. D.
october 7 _____ 4t 37
State of South Carolina,
[IN T H E COUR T OF ORD(NCRYE
Thomas Morgan, A pplicatnt, )zSummons in
Svs. McGood Morgan and 'Partition.
Wifliaw Morgan. defil's. ..
T appearin.. to toy satisfaction, that Mc.
.GQood Morgan and WVham Morgan, heits
and distributees -,f real estate, of Peter Mor
gao, deceased, Jive without- the limits of this
State, it is therefore ordered, that they do ap
p rear andobject to the sale or division of said
real estate, on or before the first Monday in
January next, or their consent will be -eittered
of record. Given under my hatid at my office
this the 12th October A. D.. 1846.. --
octobt 14 JOHN HILL, O.* E..D.
WARN any pers~dn against trading
* for a Note, given by myo to.-.....Veselt,.
a Horse trader, for one hundred andlforty.
dollars,.as the property, for .which. iL was
given.is, not soutd- The datedotthe cote'
is is: of Octdber, 1846. due-ln fiteen days.
W -h friendsof-.LentJhA g. -
-th oioof oetsktfg ger
EDGEFIELD DISC'- - "":"'
vs. Emanuel Corder -
and :Morgan Corder. -
OTICE is hereby givenh b
N tue of an order of the Cou q
it, n this case, I'shall sil.lMi
Court House, on the Firei)0oidayinNo.
vember next, one tract' of land belugn
to the estate of Morgan Cor'de dece
containing 'iliree hundred and fort-or
I acres,. mote or less, sitnaued.i n,the iuttz;s
and State aforesaid, on Moor'aCreek,.and
on both ides of he road ai
Nary's Ferry, and'' adcjoining lands.or.
Jarvis Asbell. Vade.Holstein,.J. , .
ri, .Obidiah Body, Nathan 'Nort aru
Said Lands will be.i old.,n a cedit..o
one and. two years, except the coit; to b
paid in cash. - - -
The purcaser will give bood andgoo4
security for the purchase mouey,
S. S. TOMPKINS, t.s, E, t,.
Com'rs Office, Oct. 7 4te..
List oft Letters', q~"
EIAININ.G.in the, Post Office'at Edgy : -
. field Court House, on the lit' October
Abney, Dr. a Anaker; oh n . -
" B. .. ,.
Bayley, Afargretta tu, lo. A -
Burton, ars S C Bell, Judge James -
Burton, V. Buckelhff,'P C
Boone. Daniel Barnett, Joseph.
Broadwater, Gui Rowley, Thos C
Brannon & Anderson,2.
Collier Dr John Cary, Miss Eliza.
Cartlidge, A A : Cross, TL
Crallon, Clarenda 'Clark,A'arot
Cochran, Robr- 42 oy, Miss S E
Corley, tev B F Clo, Robe
Cook, Mis S A Chapman, 13
Cosnaban,Joseph Collins, Chas -
Dobey, Wi E 2 Dinkiiins~.Mhgah
Day, Julius Esq.. Dunbar, Rob -
Dunmaire, Phildu 'Devore, Mfrr Rae e
Elzey, Col Lewis - .
Fair, John H 2 -
Hill. H H. 2 , ,11111, Josepli B -3
Holland. Rev J Holland- Bennett -
Hi, John Holbrook, Mi htatL'
Hownrd, B H 'Hodges Miss D1 H
Henderson. G W . -8--'.
Jones, C W . Kistler, Rev P
Logue, Whn aridrumG V
Lake; Dr Thos . -Lin dy'T'N. -
Lofton, Rnbt - 2 Landruw, MrsC -
Lanhanm, Thos-W -;. ; - ; M :,"-.
Millelids:ir E 2 Mart;Joh i a A~&
Michell,iAbram 2 Morr'e
playa,.Benjamin -,. Mati-q
AlcLenden,. Bitto Moitfn'-A l r:4i
Martin Iames ' : a m
iIfihe[ I-A' "lIati . ' ; ", = % .
Na ey John
Pope, James S Patterson Wyatt s
L-Brk & Settles,. Patterson Susan ,
Parneuter, Mrs A. Perry & Dozier,
Raper., Joel senr. Richardson & Hill
Ryan, Mrs F A -Rowe, Simpson
Ryn n, S. B - Bobertson, James
Richie, Wuf H Riddle, John G
taburn, John L
Stapler, H enry . 'Slanton, Lewis
Swearengen, Mirs aa Sentell,J I
ry or Thus -' Sudduth. ILewis
Solie, F -Stephens, Benj< -
Swearengen, Josiah S ailey, Col J C
T. - .
Towles, Col 0 Turner,-J P
Trillmuan, B ft
W~alker-, Wm - 2 West, WV T
W alker Mandy Weidenfield, D'
Watson, Sophia E
M. FRAZIER, P. M.
*ociober 7 :3t -37
TUST received and for sale- by J. D
.TIBBE TTS, a. superior article -o
McMillon's celeibrated 'fooh Wash For~
cleansing aind beautifying the teeth....
H ay's-Linimntn, a eertain cure for Piles.
Champion's Fever and Ague Pills. wsr
ranted to cure.
Row and's Tonic:uhixture.s
A~fresh sn##~ly of Syencer's Pills.
Hull's Cough, W~orm and Hleadadhe
Sept 23 tf * 35
7-H E Estate of MArI B..Lover~ass dee'dr
B.bemng Derelict, those indebtedl to-'said'
deceased, are hereby notified to make 'inmie
dtiate payment, and those hiavingdediah to~
presenit them duly attested. t
JOHN HIILL, O. E Dl
Dr'. A.. Yon~o
rFFER8' bis professional srices to the
'utizenst of Edgefield Village'ard'yicinit~
Otfice niext door, East ef Dr. R. T. iis
residence. Apfril 22 tit . 1 3
Dr. Z. .BL.LYD
REP TULYOffers hisPROFES-'
Eade 'Bld h'e in th CR p
Sept 22 146 _ _ _ _ _
?To the Pubije
IOHN M LUNQUESTr aelimaker4
J .ctler, from Chiarleston,i2- C; would re.
spectfully iniform the citizens of, Edgefteld ,h~
le~has taken the store next~to Mygs. Wgr;n
nearly.-opposite'Ryan's Hotel sand'ihiat he 1
do such work in -his iea'':ifoiern -
vorkmnaniik'e 'mannerfndn or-dsnhd
Also,' Dagrizegpe. likenesses "take 'as -
cpt 22-846 -:3. '35.
Esq hiue hrins a cand
fieofTaColheto t -. !A
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