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Y " PEARSON
Iwlesale and Retail I
(coRNRa OF.COBB AND CENTRE STREE
RE now receiving from New York, Char
selected stock of Groceries, consisting
Hemp Bagging, Hemp Rope, Manilla Rope,
St. Croix, Porto Rico, Msuscovado, N. Orleans,
Clarified, Loaf, Crashed, Powdered,
Old Government Java, old Cuba, new crop
Cuba, Rio. choice Laguira,
Trinidad, New Orleans, Sugar house, Syrup,
'Hams. choice brands, country cured Hams,
country cnred Shoulders, western Shoul
ders, western Sides.
S.tck, Table, in boxes and sacks.
Nails, assorted sizes,
Shot, assorted sizes. Lead,
.Hyson, Imperial. Gunpowder, Black Tea,
Kitts Mackerel, barrels Mackerel. Nos. I,2,& 3.
Salmon, in, kitts and barrels, Pickled h errings,
SEGA RS, TOBACCO S SNUFF.
Choice brands Segars, Thomas' Nectar Leaf
Oronoco, Jones &. Co's. and cheap Tobacco,
'Cut and smoking Tobacco, Snuff, in jars and
g7'Ve would s-y to the public, call and e:
Ilambnrg. September 23, 1846.
T HE Subscriber-, having formed a Partno
Mission Business, which they in
cuised isy WALKsa S PEARSON, respectfully of
will store. ship, and sell Cetton. Bacon, Flour, s
ch-md.ze. purchase goods to order. &c.
Their chauges will be regulated by those of
onlproduce consigned to him when required
From the many advantages of their favorabl
WAtaousE," an't from the long experience of
tints to the sale of Cotton, &c.. they trust, by s
c tre, to merit a share of puhtic patronage, and
-Ha n',urg, Sept. 1, 1846
On retiring from the Conuission Business, I
on the part of Walker & Pearson, our sincere
w' i which they have Iivored us, and; at the
for Walker and Bradford, whom it aliards mhe
my .,iess, and the publicly generally.
FOR SALE IN TilE MOST DESIR
ABLE PORTION OF
FL O RI D...
THE Subscribers offerfor sale their valn.
abe-LANDS situated in Jeterson conn
ty, Florida, eying directly on the OcelaJ river,
containing abontleightecn hundred acres, situf
ated on a public road, within nine miles of
Ilonticello, aflourishing village, also within 35
or 40 miles of market, one thousand acres of
the above.land is hammock of the first order,.
and a large portion of the temainde are oak
and hickory. On the premises are a Dwelling
Iloise 48-by50 feet not quite finished. together
with othei necassary out buildings. The Land
is well watered and tiimbered. There are 450
acres of open land on the premises, nearly all of
which are fresh hammock, and in best possible
-condition for cultivation.
This tract of land is offered low and liberal
indulgences will be given to an approved pnr
chaser. If desired, the land will be divided to
JOHN H. HOLLINGSVORTH,
D. F. HOLL1NGSWORf,*1
M, E. HOLLINGS WORT H.
october 21 tf 39
117 Th'e Charleston Conriet and Greenville
Mountaineer will give the above four insertiomo.,
semi.monuthly, and forward aecotuntasto this
L a d, Stock, &c. For Satle.
? ' -l i Sui:.criber non, offers nor sale, the
N.Plantationi on which he now live.,, ons the
(25thi) twenty fifth day asf November niext. con
.taimng (560) five hundred anid sixty acres,
more or.lees, lying oni the.s' ioth ps ang ot the
H alfway Swamo, watersw of Saluida river, ahout
onse hsundredl a'd fifty acres of fressh elsaredl
Land, well adapted tn the growth of Cot ton,
Corn, and smalil graihn, and tall sunder excellent
fence; about (300) three hundred acres of wood
land, well tsibered, with a Dwellinsg linse
an~d good out buildings, withi a spring andi well
both excellent. 'IThose wvishmig to pu rchase,
will do well to cull and exaine for thsemiselves,
as I ami deterined so sell without reserve.
Likewise-On the same day, anid at :he-samne
place.1 shall preceed to sell Corss,Fodder, anid
I'lantatson Tools; an excellent road Wagon.
with a small plaintation Wagotn, ansd ninie hiead
o f ood wvoskiHorses anid Mules, with sme
< r stock. JOliN C HRISTI E.
octubser 14 Git 3
~LIOTT & WVRIGHlT,
fJAii::II0USE & COMNISSION
HAM1BUKO, s. C
A NNOUNCE to their friends, asnd the pub
lie, that they have associated theseslves
together, for tne transactiosn of the abovet
.businsess ini all its branches. In offering Iheir
Services to the public in the above, they pledge
themselves to devote their undsivided attenstiun
-TO THE sELLING OF
-Cotton. Floug, & other Produce,
IIECEtVING AND FOStWARING GOODiS
?Buyissg goods for Phaiters, or attenid to any
other bussinuess usually transactedl by
Hamsburg. Sept. 29. 18413.
'september 30 co4t 3G
* WilT ED .
A DAiRY OF FINE 13UTTrER. A Daii'
kry of realy fine Butter. is wantedl to snp
ply the siubscriber's Store. It is for the use of
families in the neighborhood, and to be agreed
for at a specified average price the year round.<
TIhe Dairy may be it any of the artjoi lng dis
tricts. Price and supposed or probable quan- I
tity m:ist be nsasmed. and if by letter, post paid. I
Cash, or Merchandize at Cash-priceam reterrn.
The Butter must he put up so as to keep eith
er in kegs or crocks, and deliveted at Edgefield i
C. H. R. S. ROBERTS. <
october 14 -. 3t 38
The Hamburg Repbulicans will copy the
above 3 timies.
To the Public,
, OHN M. LUNQUEST,' JVauchmaker and
tJeaeler, from Charleston, S. C. would re
spectfully inform the-citizenis of Ed afield, that
he bassaken' the store next to Mrs. iVard, and
nearly opposite'Ryasi's Hotel, and that ha wil
do snteh work ini his line as may offer, in a
workmanlike manner and on reasonabla terms.
Also. Dagueneotypp. likenesses taken in a
Se: t 22. 1846 3t 35
tIfyThe Tiends ofJO l.IUS BANKS, andr
niounce im as a didtaie for the Offce at r
Urdinary gt the ensging election.:
eaers, Hamnburg, S. C.
;T, NEXT DOOR To THE POST OFFICE.)
leston, and other markets, a choice and well
i part as follows:
Heavy Negro, (very superior,) common and
Sewe and bound, &c. &c.
Buckets, Tubs, 41 easures. Cans. Pails. Baskets,
Brushes, (every variety,) Brooms, &c.
Cognac Brandy, (Otard, Dupny & Co.)
Champagne lirandy,(Saiserac,) Holland Gin,
Madeira Wine, (Symington,) Sicily Wine,
Pale Sherry, (Rtudolph s,) Port, in bottles
-Port, in barrels,
London Porter, qrs. and pts. Champagne qts.
Champagne Cider, Cordials, Bitters, Domestic
Domestic Gin, N. E. Ruin, Monongahela
Funk's Whiskey, Miller's Old Rye Whiskey
Cheese, (extra English dairy and Goshen) But
Raisins, Soap, (turpentine, fancy, &c.) Starch
Madder, Salt petre, Saleratus, Blue Stone
Blacking. Pickles, Ketchups. Sardines, Match
es, &c., &c.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
Crockery & Glass Ware.
camine ourstock and prices.
rship in the MVarehouse and Con
tend to continue at the old stand recently oc
Fer their services to the public generally. Thei
and other Produce , receive and for ward-Mer
the market; and liberal advances willbe made
lc location, well known as the "WATER-PRoo1
31r. A alker, who will give his personal alien
trict attention to all business eutrnsted t. thei
to give general satisfaction.
\VALKER & BBADFORD.
'S. M. -JIRADFORD.
avail myself of the present opportunity to offer:
thanks to our patrons fur that liberal suppor
Eametinie to :solicit a continuance of the saint
a pleasure to recommend to the confidence ol
I. L. PEARSON.
Tinby's .Patent Union
T 1HIS Wheel is adapted to SA IV MI.L L
GRIS'1' MILLS or other Machinery, re
quiriug water po wer, and to all heads of water
It will move Machinery with more power an
with.a less gnantity of water than any whee
now in use, (except an ovenr lt under an ex
treme high head.) It has 4t thoroughly
tested with dilferent wheels in mny parts o
the -United St'stes,-(several cases in this State,;
and-in all cases has proved superior.
The Subsc iber is prepared,-at aDrfime, tc
test it still further, witlany wheeliitliis State
It is not liable to be clogged or Eintetd by sticki
passing through, or impeded bybackwater, s
long as there is a head.above it. It is made ol
Cast Iroh, is very airipie nnd:durablo.
'L'he subscriber being anthorize,, to sell Rights
ofthe said Wheel in Edgefield District, is pre
pared 'o sell to suit purchasers, on terms that
cannot fail to give satisfaction and ifrequired
will apply the.. to Mills.
1. Leters addressed,'psat paid, to the snbscri
b'er; at Edgefield Court House, promptly at
tended to.1. N. PIPER.
This may crtify, that I. have rec'ently had3
put in operastion on3 mny place, one of Timbhy's
Patetit Uion Water WVhiels, upon a very
sitall stream, and amn very webl satisfied with
the per formnance of the -saime. Dischargin a
ahbout I60t itiches of wute'r, it cut durmny one
day's iinperleet trial about two thousand feet.
I have no hesitatin in recommnenadiing it as a
ig hly useful invention.
W. L. LEWis.
St. Matthe ws Parish. Jnne 17. 18-16.
'This will certity, that I hiave tried flotch
hi's' l'atent Re-action Water Wheels, aiid
T1imnhy's Patent U~nuin W~ater Wheeks, atnd
thatt I areatly prefer the latter, htavinig ab:mndon'
ed the fourtner after a six months trial of' theim.
I have now the Union Water Wheels appilied
to mty Grist and Sawt Mills, whlichi operate to
miy entire satnsfuetionu.
WILLIAM J. TAYLOIL
Kershaw District, Julv', 18-16.
T1his is to certify, thait after having used a
Flutter Wheel for a long tinte, in a Saw Mill
I tried a wheel catlhed hlotchikiss' Patent Vierti'
c~il Reaction, aiid have since had a pair of the
U NION W HEE LS Zipplied, by Mr. Chiapint.
and found themi lar superior to either of the
ormner. AL EX. R. TAYLO'.
Columbia, May 7. 1846.
The Suibscriibers have tried wi. was called
h lotchikiss' Rea.tioii Wheels, on the Columbia
Can~al..sine which they have siihstituted Timn
by's-UN10N WFHIE LLS, anil find from --xpe
rience, that the latter aire tir superior to the
former. CANAL& WA REHOUSE CO.
M ay 5, 1846.
stetmber2 If 3~2
Dr, Jaynte's 4ilteragtve,
W~e have beeti informed by Mrs. Rose, of a
2nre perfor'ned oti liar by Dr. JAYNES AL
TrERATrIVE; which proves ilssuperiority over
:toery other remedy of the kiind. Shte haa been
tillicted for the last sixteen y'ears with Necroscs
yr White Steellings, attended with ulcerations
md exfoliation o1f various bu-nes, duritng which
ime imany pieces havo been discharged from
be frontal bone of the cratnium, from both lier
irns, nt rists arid .hanids, and--from both leg1,
mnd froma the left femoral bone, and from the
ight knee, besides painful ulcets oti oither
tarts of her persont, whlich has baflied the skill
ii a number ot the most eminent physicians of
mur city-during most of the time her sufferings,
tave been excrtuciating and deplorable. About
buree months since she was induced to try Dr.
AYNE'S ALTERATIVE. which has had an
Lstonlishinlgly happy elfect upon her, by aemov
ng all paim atnd swelings, and causing the iil
era to heal, whbile tat the saute time her general
ealthm has become completely restored, so that
he tnow weighs some 251bs. mor e than shte did
efore she comnmeneed the use of this truly val
table preparation-Native Eagle.y
For furnther .information, inquire or Mas.
losa, No.138 Filbert street.
R. S. ROBERTS, sole Agent, Edgefiele C.'
:1., S. C.
October 21 3t 30
S Ihereb genthat applieation'willhbe made
to th Lgslatuire at its next -session, to
ltor the charter of dhe Town of Edgefield, so
Sto give' to the Town Council the exclnsive
ighit to granit Tavern Licenses, and sell or to
etadl spiritonas hignsora in said Town.
september 2 3m 32 I
Vaiuable Cotton Lana
T H HE Subscriber will offer for sale to the
highest bidder, on thethird'3londay in
November. his plantationi on Key road, twen
ty nine nules from Hamburg, containing eight
hundred and twenty-nine acres (829) sur
vey, about four hundred andfly-of which is
excellent woodland; the soil is well adapted to
the cuilture.of Cotton and Grain, . The planta
tion is under good fencing, and in a.high state
of cultivation. Op the premises there is a
commodious Dwelling, Gin House, Screw.
aid all necessary out buildings. Thnae wish
ing to purchase will please call and examine
for themselves. At the same time Iwill sell
my crop of Corn, Fodder. Hogs. (fatand stock)
Cattle, Plantation Tools, &c. &c.
. Terms made known on the day of sale.
T. F. KEITH.
september 9 lot 38
The hamburg Journal will copy.
Executor's Saale. .
WILL BE SOLD, at Edgefield Court
House, on the first Monday in-Eecom
ber next, twanty seven lian.dted and ninety
actes of Land, belonging to the estate of John
Fox. deceased, iying on the waters of Chavers
creek (.craigan's branch,) between ten and
twelve miles from hamburg, and abotit the
same distance from the Court House, the great
er part between the Edgefield and Columbia
roads, 1ie first passing along a part of the wes
tern line, and the last through the whole length
of the whole track, adjoining lands ol Benjami
H. Tillman, (Chester plantation) Cosby, But
ler's estate, Howard, Bartlett, Rambo, and
others. The tract is well timbered.
It will be divided before the sale, and one
plat of the subdivisions left at Cosby's, one at
Edgefield Court House. and one et Aiken.
'rertus made known at the time of sale.
H. H. CUMMING.
Ez'lrs. of John Foz, dec'd.
-september 9 13t 33
VAIEHOUSE & COMMISSION
AND RECCiVING & FORWARDING
T HBE undersigned begs leave-to-inform hi
friends and the public,-that he still con
At his old stand, and will also attend to th<
Receiving and Forwarding of.Goods-and otlei
Merchandize. and the sale 'of Cotton. and al
other business usually titansacted by a comn
mission merchant. Ills charges will be in ac
cordance with the times.
Il amburg, Septeimber 4. eo3n 33
Saddlerv and Iarness
- take gretit pleasure ir
returning to my patrons anc
friends in general, my sin
cere thanks, for their very
liberal patronage during the
past year. I would also
take this m.ppcitunity to in,
...; form them, thit I shall still
continue to carry on my bu.
sinessat my old stand, at the firtit door above
Presley 'a nd Bryan's liric.k store; where may
be found,'dt'all.tipes,IU ds of HARNESS,
AD 41S all other articles
ordEiin the most
All persons ilii'ngf.. y, I~rope will give
me a call. I simil ene avcr to put all my nr
ticks as low, as'in justice to myself, I can pos
sibly affar I to do. D. ABBEY.
31ay 13 tf 16
.mportanI to Tear.^
SI HE Undersigned having been appointed
a Committee by a meetinig of cte citi
zens called itt t::e vicitmty ni Greenwend, Ab
beville Disatrict, for the purpose of ado~pting
mieasutres t o establish Male and fea.le :\cade
utnest itt .-ai:l Village, utmler the sn ptri-iioni and
cotntrol .f~ the Bapti~st Decnomtinaiion, to adver
uise for Teacheors in the. several depatrnnentts,
world ifrrm aill who may desire tu engage in
teachitng. that they will receive applicationis
utntil the 1th of'Novembjer ntext.
There are wanted three competent Instrnc
tors; s iz: mn the Male Schiool, a:Tanzcher who
is qttahtied to prepaire young tmen for College.
i the Female Acadetmy a Male Teacher, wen
piulitied to inastruct in the highest bratnches of
ndn.ation.'would be preferred; yet, applications~
will ben recrivedl from female Teachers of expe
rience, for this department. Also r-te Female
Teacher itn the .3lusical Departmnetr..
Nonme nteed apply for .either Depamrtment ex
cept stneh a.1 can futtish high testimnontials of
mioral chara.::ter and of qualifcationts for teach.
ing. G rmenwood is * pleasant Village, situa.
todon a healthy pait of' Abbevtlle.
Persons applyinig hy letter can address Alber t
W ler, Wloodvdle P. 0., Abbeville Dis't, S. C.
or atty of thet utndersigned who reside in Green
wood, catn ne seen ott persontal amplicattion.
J. F. Wrsosr, J. 3i. CnaL.Es,
September 23 4twsw 35
The Carolinit Baptist will copy semti-mnombily
till the 15th November, and sentd account to
thre Abbevdlea Banner.
State of South Carolilla.
EDGE FIELD DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
S. T H ug hes -I Declarhrtion in
vs. ' Foreign
Paschal T illman. .j Attadcnt..
rI NHe Plaiti'l in the above ease htaving this
i.day filed his declarattor in my office, anid
the Defenda-nt having tneither Wife nor At
torney known to reside within the limits of.
this State, on whom a coply oI'said Dechera
tion with a rule to plead can be served. on tmo
tion, G riffn, Plaintiff's Attot ney, ordered that
said Defendant appear and plead to said Dec
laration withiin a year and a day fronm the date
hereof, or judgment will be awarded against
himr by default. T. G B3A.CON, Clerk.
Clerk's Ofice,_Jan._30,1846. ly 3
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
S. C. Condict & Co.
vs. Dec. in Atach'nm.
E. C. Reer.
T1HIE Plaintif's in the abov'e stated-ease
.Uhaving this-day iled his deelarationi
in nmy ofie1 on rnotion of H-. R. Spann,
Esq., in is Ordered,.Tbat the said De
fendant do appear and plead to the
said declarati-in, within a year and a
day from the date hereof, or in default
ther.of final and absolute judgment will
awarded against him.
THOS. G. BACON, c. c.c C. P
Clerk's Office, A pril14, 1846. 12 ly
(GM We are authorized to .snnounce
M. GRAHAsa, Esq., as a candidate for
Ordinary of Edgefield District, at the
.f S, ienific si.Jedicine.
REA'T experience and judgment are rc- ; E
gnired to make a valuable, and at the p
same time innocent purgative. This is posses
ed only by few.
The great majority of the remedies advertis
ed of this class, are nanufactuied by persons
who have no idea of the relative or individual
powers of the drugs they use. It is this cause,
more than any other, which occasions the inert
ness and often injurious effects, produced by
advertised remedies. And hence the general
prejudice which prevails against theme. Now
there is a great difference in this respect, with
regard to the pills made by Dr. B 3randreth
and consequently their superior claim upon
the public. Each of the articles composing
the Brandreth Pills, are prepared in that way ,
which will secure their beneficial effects to the I
system in the safest and easiest manner. For I
instance, some ingredients have to be prepar
ed in the vacuo; that is, the air is exhnusted in
the utensil, and remains so until a coamhiaation
is effected with other ingredients, which after
wards prevents the air from acting injuriously
upon the medicmne. Again, the proportion for
ingredient depends upon its rmultiplying i.wer
upon other ingredients. For the power at dil
ferent vegetable purgatives upon each other,
is goveined by similar laws that govern the
power of figures by multiplication. Nime ad
ded to nine, inakes eighteen; but nine times
nine, makes eighty-one. So it is with some
vegetable purgatives. By adding nine parts
of one ingredient, and nine parts of another
ingredient -together, the poi er is increased,
unot to eighteen, but to eighty-one. For exam
ple, either of the articles to produce any purga
tive effect, would have to be used to the extent
of eighty-one grains; by combining them only
eighteen grains have to be used. Again, ano
-ther ingredient is found to multiply this power
again, which in a proportion of two grains,
would have no effect upon the animal econo
ny, but which, added to ei;hteen grains of a
compound of two parts of nine grains, each of
,two ingredients. will again multiply time power
which they have gained of eighty-one, to one
hundred and sixty-two. So again, the'mixture
of twenty grains can be again multiplied by ani
addition of two grains; to the power of three
hundred and twenty-four grains, of .the origi'
nal power of the two first ingredients. Here
we have twenty-two grains, which as a purga
tive contain the power equal to three hundred
and twenty-four grains of either of the articles
alone; nevertheless. also so powerful after
being thus combined.are safe in anyqunantity.;
always having a beneficial effect. and in no case
capable of doing injury, of which thousands
bear ample witness.
Dr. Brandreth's Principal Office 211 Broad
way, N. Y.; other offices in New York.
The genuine only for sale in Edgelield Dis
trict, I. S. Roberts, Edgefell C. H.; Kcnrick
&g Thaycr, Hamburg; J. S. &u D. C. Smyles,
Meeting Street. Also, by J. M,. Ildliams, Ai.
ken, and by at least one agent in every Dis.
trict in the State.
pEvery Agent having the-.geniuine.has .a cer.
tificateof Agency, signed by the Doctor liin.
Edgefiled C. It., Sept. 30 3t 36
AL f:M VITCUCRAFT OUTDONL -
Mr. T. Rowand-Dear Sir-For four or
five years I have suffered greatly from Rhen
mutism in my head, which during the last year
became worse and worse. For four or five
weeks previous to the 15th inst., I had sutered
without intermission, my general health was
much impaired, tuv sight injured, and mny head
so sensitive, that I could scarcely rest it up
the pillow. Two days since, a single app
tion of your "MAGIC LO'ION," relieved
entirely, in two or three minutes. I have ap.
plied it occasionally since, and the soreness is
nearly gone' So great and sudden was the
change, that I can scarcely eaalize that I am
the saen man.
I have also cnred one of my children. and a
f,nmale friend of headache in two or three min
So great is myw couifiden"ce in thre "MAGIC
l.CTION" that I would not be without a bot.
Ice for 'it Limes its cost."~
Y murn re~spe~ctfiulhy.
JACOI3 W. SOU;DER,
No. 350O Marker sheet.
Philadelphnia, January 17th, 1d4t.
Propauted and srili Wholesale arid Retadl, by
J. TI.. Rtowand, 376 Market street.
lt. S. IOBERLTS, Agent, Edlgef'eld C. HI.,
october 15 3tt 33
A'o enre ! No Pay;
FEVER AND AGUE CURED) WIThOUT
R OWVAND'S improved Toii Mixture, is
warranted to-cure Fever anid Agnie, or
Chilh and Fever as it is culled. The money
will be re-turned, if there is rio cure, whent tat
ken according to directio~ns, and it getierally
enes in 24 knnrs, the most inveterate cases.
Its strenmgtheing proper ties are most romnarka
ble, as it leaves no disease behind.
RI. S. ROB3ERTVS, Agent.
ucraber 14 t
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. 4
IN TJHE COMIMON PLE ~AS.
William T. Smith, Inidorser, )Declaratioa
vs. in At
Johni Sw'anson. -) Lachmenmt
The Samine, )- --
vs. Declarat ion in Attachmenl.
T UIE Plaintiff in the above cases, having
this day filed his Declarations in tmy of
flee. and the Defendant having neither WVife
nor Attorney,known to reside within the limits
of the said State, oni whom a copy of said dec
arations with a rule to plead thereon can be;
served, on motion of Mr Gray, Plaitiis At
torney, itis ordered. that thme saidl Defendantr
appear andl plead to thiesaid Declarations within
ayear andf a diay, fronm the date hereof, o
judgment will be awarded against him by de
fault T. G. BACON, C. E. D. r
'Clerk's Oflice, A pril 20, 1846 ly 13
State of South Carolina.
e IN T HE COMMOV PLEAS.
John Hill1, Ordinary, Declarat ion in
Joshu a H ammond. Autachsment.
T H E Plaintiff' ian the above ease hav
ing this day filed his Declaration in1
my office. and the Defeindant having nei- J
ther wife nor attorney known to reside a
within the limits of this State, on whom
a copvof saidI Declaration with a rule to
plead can -be servetd, oni motiotn of G.riflio, I
Plaintiff's Attorney, ordered that the seid
Defendcant appear and plead to the said ,,
Declaration withini a rear and a day from t1
the date hereof, or judgment will be a
warded against him-by dlefault.
T HOMA S G. BACON, c. C.-P. -
Clerk's office Feb. 10 1846 . y 3
ALL Persons having demands against the t;
estate of Henry Carr, dee'd., are reqgnest
ed to present them legally attested, and those
indeted are requested to make immediate pay- I
ment. THOS, LAKE, Adminaistrutor. C
1,,,,3 ,c in
Dr. E. BL.IND"
RESPECTFULLY Offers his PROFES
SIONA 4 .services'. to. the Citizens of
dgefield. Otfice in the Room occupied-by
land & Butler.
Sept 22. 1846 'tr 35
Dr. A. W. Youiigblood,
FFERS his professional services to the
citizens of Edgefield Village and vicinity
)thice next door, East of Dr. R. T. Mias
esidence. April 22 ti 13
W. W. ADAMS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, may be found at
his Office, at Compty's Hotel, at any
iour. Sept 8. 1846 33
S HEREBY GIVEN, that the Subscriber
will apply to the Legislature, at its next
ession. to renew the Charter of hi- Bridge
icross Stevens' Creek. in Edgefield District,
:ommonly called Delaughter's lBridge.
august 24th 1846. if 31
T O Administrators, Executors and Gnar
dians. who have not made any returns
)f their transactions as such, for the current
year, are respectfully reqnested to attend to
this dutiy without further delay, as the time
prescilbed by law has already expired. It is
desirable that those who are intrusted with
such business should attend to it in the proper
time, to prevent the payment of cost, a forfei
ture of-their Commissions, and a great deal of
irregularrty in business.
JOHN HILL, O. E. D.
July 15 25
T HE Estate of ilaieTrr B. LOVELESS, dcc'd
1 being Derelict, those indebted to said
deceased, are hereby notified to make imnie
diate payment. and those having demands lo
present them duly attested.
JOHN HILL, 0. E D
august 5 tf
ORDINARY'S OFrric, 25th August, 1846.
T 1 hE Estate of Enoch WValker, deceased
.being Derelict. and the papers haviog
been placed in my hands for asettlement ofthe
estate, those indebted are hereby notified to
make payment to me immediately, and those
having demands to present them properly at
tested, on or before the 1st day ofJanuary next.
JOHN HILL, o. X. D..
august 2f* ti 31
. LL persons having demands against the
Aessate of David Richardson, are regnest
ed to present them imined'ately, properly at
tesed. and all debtors of the estate, are required
to. make prompt payment, as the affairs of the
estate are about to be closed.
JAS- M. RICHARDSON,
JAS. S. GUIGNARtD,
May1- ly 15
T " E undersigned having recently co
menoed the above business, in this
place, respectfully solicits the pntron.
age of the public.
He intends keeping on hand a general
assortment of Cenfeclionaries and Candies.
S .A IhE LD.
Edgefirld C. II. ugtist i, ' '. 2O
Btate of Soith Carolina,
EDGED IELD DISTRICT.
IN- THE COAMON PLEAS.
Williamson Dalton, Declaration..
rs. Foreign Attachnment.
I'1 HE Plaintiff in the above case, having
.1. this day tiled his Declarationm in my of-.
ice, ad the Def'endamnt hiavinmg neithet wife
or attorntey, knownm to reside wvithain thme linmits
iaf this Stte, oan wvaomi a copy oaf said Declari
ion. witha a rule to plead. cian be served .On
niotioni of3Mr. Yanacey, Plainttitrs attorney, m-.
lered, thtthle said Defendanit appear and plead
o the said Declaration, within a yoar and a
lay fromt the da,.e hereof, or judlgmrent will be
twarded against hint bydefankd..
THlO. G. BACON,.Cierk.
~lerk's Office, Edgetiold C. 11. 21th Sep.1840.
september'30 ly :36
State of Sotly~ Carolina,
E 'DGEFELD DISTRICT.
iN THE CO.UMON PLEAS.
Iatthew Gray, Declaration
. vs. . - in
)liver Simpson, Ailtacnt.
' H lE Plaitntiff ini the abc've case having
. th iis day tiled his Declaratio~n ini my of.
ice. On mtotion of WVigiil, Phainiif's attor
icy, Ordered. That the Defendant appear anid
plead to the saiid Dechuraiiot, within a yea
tad a day from the diite hereof. on jnadgmeur
vi be entered tigainst him by default.
THJOS. G. BACON, Cherk.
lerk's Ofice, Edgefield C. Hi.,
14th May, 1846.
June 17 ly 21
State of South Carolina,
Ny THE COURT OF' ORDINARY.
OCTOBER 10, 1846.
aucy-Sanders, -Applicant,'vs. - Sumons in
todg'er Thomas anid wvif'e, and Paration.
IT appearing to my satisfacetion, that Rod
E ger Trhiomnas atid wife Caroline, and Mary
rinn Welch, a minor, lives without the limits
I this State, it is therefore ordered,- thatt they
lo appear and object to the sale or divisioti of'
lie teal estate of Nathaniel Sanders, dec'd., on
*r before the first Motnday in January next, or
beir conasenat to the same wvill be entered of re
ord. Given under my hand at mny office, the
:ay and date above written.
JOHN- HILL. o. E, D.
october 14 3m US
State of South Carolina,
N T HE COURT OF ORDINCRY.
homas Monrgan, A pplicant, )Surnnons in
vs. Mc~uod Morgan and 'Partition.
William Maorgain, defit's.
T appearin, to my satisfaction, that Me.
Good Morgan and William Morgan, his
ad distributees of real estate.-of Peter Mor'
un, deceased, live without the limits of this
tate, it is therefore ordered, that they do ap
ear and object to the sale or division of said
mai estate, on or bafor'e ilhe.Iirst Monday in
innary nest, or tbeir consent will be entered
Frecord. Given under my hand at my office
is thme 12th October A. D.. 1846.
.4 JOHN HILL. 0. E. D.
~7'The friends of Col. .Jonrv Qua TTLg
LIr announce him as a canaidate for the'
flee of Tax Collector, at theonext ee
an. Sep 3 to 32
Q We. are authorized to atinemunce
ivi R. Wrrmo,, as a candidate for the
1lice of Tax Collector at the next elect ion.
Pah2L ! ,.
JUST. received:-.and,' ror.iobiwi..
TLBBETTS, a 'superiorarti vt
Lamp.Oll.a.iot ' ^ir
McMilloa's celebrated 'Tooat shfor.
cleansing and beautirysd J'e teeI r:
Hny's linient, a c3riainju're for
Champioi's evefeind89 - g Pts n
ranted to cure -. - --4 - --
Rowand's Tonic Mitur e :.
A fresh.supply of Spedeesii'.1Ps.4. - ; -
Hull's Cough, .Wormtmated iesdadh.t
Sept 23 tf. r
From the Pldladelpa ubic ledger; -v
AN IMPORTANT.CURE BY Dr. JAYNE S'
ALTERATIVE.. - 1;
We have been infor.oed by.MnuxActabaa,(a
grand-daughter of old Gep. Wqyne, that she
suffered for a number of years froa die rowth
of a large Goitrous Tomaur'wf te. roat,
which, besides great deformityo prodneaseboth
a difficulty of deglution, and of breahing. In
deed, she says, the pressure . upon't wt d"
pipe was so great asitoprevent hffrelebp.
ing in a recumbent position, and'often suffoca
tion appeared inevitable.. She .afro. Jaborea
under severe indisposition.fnaa jivi .
plaint and Jaundice, with aliob ltramo
nervons affections, for which's diliideir
tOe use of Dr. Jayne'a AleritiVeT',tiichle 1
took regularly for six oreeve:weeksewith oc
.casiona doses of his Sanative lIsJ.pdt.i,.
genernl-health was thereby coppletwJ
blished, and now perceiving 'ords
in the size of the. GoitronusTumoar;butish
encouraged to persevere in the-as oliae.A
terativeantil every vestige -of the paio~1~an
moor was entirely removed. We1ink, t e.
fore, that such an importantr e n
more generally known. '. i I ..r.:.
Thc followng is from, a Physiciapnands&
much respected Clergyman of the >Meth dilt.,
Society, dated Modest Town. Va., Aug:2/.
Dr. Jayne-Dear Sir-t have beet using
your Expectorant extensively in' my praetieu
for the last three years,.and! for allaacked
Colds, Coughs, Inflammation of the:Lutg
Consnmption. Asthma, Pains and .Weakness
of the Breast, it is decidedly'the best ieditine
I have tried. Veiy respuirfetily yours"'
IL W. WILIAAMA;M: D
R. S. ROBERTS. sole Agsat, at Eagefleld' s
C. II., Sonth Carolina.
Becare of Counterfcits!
State of South Carolina
IX THE COURT OF ORDIRARYT1
William T. Bird, and others,
Applicant, vs. Tirotby Suirons'f
Rearden, & others Dflts. Pafstloa.
IT appearing to my satisfact an, flM tti
thy Rearden, and Mary Cheathim,#ire of
John Chientham, dec'd,, heirs and disttit.utees
of the estate of Frances Bird, dec'd., it is'there.
fore ordered, that they do appear and object ter
the sale in dividion of the real estate of the said
Frances Bird, dec'd., on or before thefist Mon
day in Febr.uary next, or their consent to the
same will be entered of record. .. -
Given under my hand, at my office, the,251h
October, 1846. JOHN HILL, o.i. n..
october 28 3m 40
State of South Carolina,
.EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT. -
BY JOHN HILL, Esq., Ordinary of
Edgefleld.District : -
Whereas - Job i 3taaiari.'hthuippil =
to te for Letters of 'dministivtion, 'n:611
and sitig'lar the goods" and chattels, riglts
and credits of Lewis Glaotou,'late of tie
District aforesaid, deceased:
These are. t.esefore,to cite and admon
ish all and singular, the Lidred;and ci-ed
itors of the said deceased, to be and'appear
before -me, at our next Ordinary's Cdurt
for the said Digtrict, to behbolden at Edie
field-Court House, 0n the 9th day of No
vember ins',, t o show cause,..if .anj,, .why
the 'said adlministration elbi not be
Given under miy haidand seal, this thi
26th day ol October, in the -year of our
Lord otne thousand eight hiundred and
forty-sixth, atnd in 'the 71st year of Amoer
JOHN ILL, O. ED.
Oci;r. 28 2i 40
CU 0 T HE FAITil LES8 !
EIf any ,doubt the wonderful powers of
-D R. CUL L E N'S INDI AN V2&T.&L
PA NACE.-,'- we invite them6 tcill nipdn Mr. -
Isaac Brooks. Jr., Jet~erson street, fourth door
wvest of.Schnaylkill Sixth street, below Locust.
and learn fromi his own lips of ono of the most
astmtishinig cnres of Scrofula ever p~erformed
hisa htman being-or call at the reidepce of
hsaheEleventh and Vine etmeets?: Soldi
by .JOS. T. RO0WANDr-.
. .376 Manrket.utreet, Philadelphiu.
R1. S. ROBEU TS, Agenit, Edgefield-C. 1.
october 28 3t 4
MR. EDIvOa.-! was once a toad unde a
harrow,,but.have cr awled out. I infiiby
creditors, that I will be-with them ib-th6 sixtn
trouble, and will not forsake -them' in he
venth. I am as bright as the Mnrning S&ar
Mr. Editor-Say to .the .pubtic..iu :gseral,
that I am a candidate for IIa Collector, aIghe
ensuing elec ion. As there is more candidates
than voters, 4 will vote .for injself,-ez esury
dog shake his Own tail.
-october 21 2t* '39 4
A S I receive payment for, my labors in the
Clerkc's Office in small sums, andb ave.
now on nrny hands a great, rany Deeds unpaid'
for, I must earnestly regn et all 'lersonaivho:
bring Deeds to my office for rcord,i'leav .
the money with tihe Deeds. '--.'..
augut10., , 3 30 4
State of South C&rolina;
Sampson B. Mayvs and 4ohn~ i B
BI. M1ays, vs. F~ruances'M. -. for
Mays and otliers. .) Purdionj
UT a ppcaring to my satisfaction that Williams
.1B. M1ays, one of the-defendants iii this ease,
resides without the limits of this State, ordered
thauhe said William B. Mays, do-appeuiin this
Court, plead, answer .or dessur to' this :Bill,
within three m onths, froni the date~of the pub
licaitiint of this order, or the said Bill be taket~ 4
pro confesso agi'it i
S. S. TOMPI CN,c.E. E. if. -
- FORBID'all psiis'rofu"Gtadiinrer ~
Due Bill, given by me to Capain fiard
WVard, for 04. 75,'dateddi -euty26. -1948
There is a credit upon said Due B i of'30 00.
The Due Bill, I undertandbasbeetraded to
D. J. Ryan. I Ill nge.p;Ldgig ie
cept to B. y. Ryan unuti comjelled ~nAn so
by law. " C.'H. 60OI)MAN.
october28' 2c 40