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STATt, OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Samipsoa B. Mays &
John J, Mays,
Henry H. Mason & I
wife, & others. )
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that by virtue of an order from
Chancellor Johnson, I shall sell at Edge.
field Court House, on Saturday the 16th
day ol October next, (being the last day of
the Court of Cbmmou Pleas commencing
on the first Monday ia October next,) the
the real estate of Capt. WM. B. Mays,
deed., in the following parcels, viz:
Tract No I, known as the Oliphant
Tract, containing according to a survey
made by D. White, D. S., the 14th July
3847, six hundred and twenty-two acres,
(622,) and adjoining lands of John Harri
son, N. L. Griffin, S. F. Goode, Rev.
Joseph Moore,-and other lands of said
Wm. B. Mays, dec'd.
Tract No 2, containing by survey of
D. White, D. S., made 14th July 1847,
three hundred and twenty-seven acres,
(327,) and adjoining the tract known as
the Oliphant tract, James Rainsford, C. J.
Glover, and, other latids of said Win. B,
Tract No 3, containing by suivey of D.
White, D. S., made 14th July J847, three
hundred and twenty-one acres, (321;) and
adjoining the tract known as the Oliphant
Iract, John Harrison, A. B. Addison, and
other lands of said WLt. il. Mays, dec'd.
Tract No 4. known as the Home tract,
containing by survey of l. White, D. S.,
made 13th July 1847, eight hundred and
eighty-seven acres, t887.) and adjoining
landeof John Harrison, John H. Fair,
Joel Roper, George Tillman, and others.
Said Lands will, be sold on - credit of
one, two and three years, in eqp al- aniuil
instalments, with interest fron :and after
one year from the day of sale, except for
so much-as-will pay the- cost of this suit to
be paidt in-cash, purchasers. g.iving bond
and good sureties to secure the purchase
money. Possession of the Lands not to
delivered to the purchasers, till the first
day of January. next.
S. S- T&M PK INS, S. X. E. T>,
Comr'r. Office, Edgefield, Sep. 23d 1847.
sept. 23 44 35
M7 The Plats-of the above land-can be seen
atthe residence of Sampson B. Mays, Esqr.
Sale of Land.
AS the Agent of Mrs. Behethland BUtlev., I
am authorized to say. that she wdl offerfor
se, on Thursday the 28th or October iext,
her plantation on Big Creek, containing 1125
acres, will-be sold,.on that day, at the Howe.
stead, in three tracts
The. tract known as the Bridge- tract. lying
en each-side of the road, leading front Richard
CUlematn's to Monnt Willing, contains one
hundred and eighty one acres. This tract is
well supplied with'water, having Big Cieek
for its' northern- boundary--a constant fresh
waterpond nearthe bridge, ard:a good spring
on its eastern boundary. It is mostly in woods,
-and is well adapted to Cotton, Corn and Oats.
The next tract,known as the Deny tract,con
mins one hundred and sixty live acres, and
. lies..west of the-same-road, and, run- up in an
angle to the-crossroadi atMecklens. Itis en
titely in woods.
. The remaining tract, containing 777 acres,
known at the Home Place,-has upon-it a good
dwelling house, gin-andother. houses, and in
many respects is'a dbeirable d welling place
Being a body*ofrland-well adapted to farming,.
and having pure sprisgs and a treanis of water
Terms of sale. One two andi three years
ieredit,.with an obligation and good security
- nterest-from the Jate-and-payable-annually.
- SIMEON CHRISTIE.
sept:.16, 7t 34
Mr. & MYrs..flassell's,
AT COLU.M BIA, S. C.
r3.IS School for YOUNGLA DIES wtil
.be re-opened; in the larg e-and- c'inmo
dlous buildinug opposite the Episcopal Church,
on the second .Monday in Nov~maber next.]
Boards including all items, $50 fl0
Instruction in Spelling anid Readng, 8 00
The above-with Writing and Arith
metic, 10 00
The- above with Gi-ammnar, Geogra
phy and History, 12 0(1
The above with higher brantches, 15 00
Piano and Guitar, each, 15 00
Harp, 20 00
- Use of Piano'and Guitar,. 2 00
Use of the H arp, 500
French. German, Latin, each, 15 00
Drawing and Painting, 12 00
Competent Treachiers in each rf the above
studies are engaged. .Madatme FENGAtI. from
Charleston, willigive a course of Dancing Les
sons, during the months of November and De
eember, terms $12 00.
Mrs. H Assirra., gives every day, a-Eesson in
Vocal Mlusic, free ofrcharge.
The Young Ladies' ro.oms will be supplied
with fire. Parlour boarde' s can be adnatted.
All paytment in advance from the time of ad
mittance, hut none for less than one quarter.
The Hon. A. P: Butler, Chancellor Harper
* Professor Laborde, of the Sonth Carolina Col
lege, and Mrs. M. C; 1eard; of Colnmbia, who
had the confidence to send their daughters dur
* ing the last two years to Mirs. Hassell, have
been ktud~enough to allow their names to be
gien as-re ferences.
September 1 10t :32
The Pendleton Messenger will pleaso copy,
A SAFE MEDICINE.-IThe wenk the ree
ble, the infirm, the nervons, the delicate,
are in a few- days strengthened by~ Brandreth's
Pills, and the worst complaints are removed by
* perseverance witflont the expense of u physi
citu. Adapted to all circunmstances and sitna
-' tions-they are the best medicines ever invented
ror families, or to take to sea, preventing scurvy
atnd costiveness, requiring no change of diet,
particular regimen, or care againnt takting cold.
Remember, Druggists are not permitted to
sell my Pills-if you.purchase of thema you will
obtain a counterfeit.. B. BRANDarrT,M. D..
Dr. Brarrdreth's Principal Officue 241 Broad
wvay, N. Y:; other oflices in New York.
07The genuine only for sale in Edgefield
District by Rt. s. ROBERTrs, Edgefield Conrt
House, KENRlCK & THAYER, Hamburg, and
SMYLEYs- Store, Meeting street.
Every 4rent-having the genni-ne-has a cer
tificate of Agency, signed -by the Doctor- him
sept l' Im 32
* t Thefriends of WESLEY BO DIE, an
nounce him as a candidate for the office of
Sheiiff, at the ensuing..election.,
TO THE MANAGERS OF ELECTIONI
FOR EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
T H ERE will be an Election held at the v
T.rions places of Election. on Monday an
Tuesday the 'lth and 12th of October next, I
fill thevacanicy occasioned by the death of Jame
S. Pope, Esq., Miember of the House of Repro
sentatives for Edgefield District.'
The Managers of all the boxes will meet i
the Court House, ot Wednesday the 13t
count the votes and declare the Election.
By order of W. F. Coc.cock. Speaker of th,
House of Representatives. M. FRAZIER,
Chairman of Managers.
sept 11 5t 34
LL Persons indebted to us in our late Mi
canitile business, are hereby nootifled the
longer inJulgence can, nor will not be give
We must close our business. A word to th
wise is sufficient. A. BLAND,
W. P. BUTLER.
Edgefield C. H., S. C,
Sept. 10, 1847 tf 34
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
'IN EQUiT Y.
Samuel Harris, & others.
Green Harris & others.
A OTICE is hereby given.that by virtue
an order from the Courl of Equity in thi
case, I slaIl sell at the late residence of Reeve
Martin, dec'd., near Cambridge, on the thir
Monday in October next, the real estate of Tui
ner Harris, dec'd., being one tract of land, si
tinted partly in Abbeville and partly in Edgefiel
Districts, in the State aforesaid, on Cufleetowi
Creek, containing t'yo heundred and fifty aerea
more or less, and- adjoining lands of Thoma
Cheathan. Lemuel Bell, Thomas Hendersor
Benjamein Side, and others.
Said land will be sold oee a credit of twelv
months, except for so nuch as will pay the cot
of this suit to be cash.
The puschaser to give bond and good sure
ties to secure the purchase enoney.
S. S. TOM PKINS, c. E. F. D.
Comm'rs. Office, Edgefield-, Sep. 10. 1847.
sept N 6t 34
State of South Carolina,
Ann F. Williamies & Tabithn Mar
tin, us Freeman G. Martin, Jas. Partition
W. Caldwell. & wife, & others.
N OTICE is hereby given, theat by virtue c
the Decree of rthe Court of Equity in thi
case, I shall sell on the third Monday in'Octc
her next.at the late residence of Reeves Martin
dee'd., the real estate of the said Reeves Mat
tin, being -
One tract of land.sitnated in the District ani
State aforesaid, on Ninity-six Creek, containin
nine hundred and ocne acres, more or less, ani
adjoining lands of Whitfield Brooks, George V
Holloway. Pleasant Burnett, Janes Cresswell
N. L. Griffie. and the said Ann F. Williams.
Said land will be sold on a credit of one ani
two years, except for so muche as will pay the
cost of this suit to lie ptaid in cash.
The purchaser giving hond and good sure
ties tosecure then purchase money.
S. S. TOM PKINS, c. F. E. D.
Comie'rs. Office, Edgefield Sept. 10, 1847.
sept 11 6t 34
State of South Carolina.
Bethany Alston, by her next Petition
friend, vs. Thoemeas B. Reese, ofur paying o
and Alfred Alston. merfunds.
IT appearing to my satisfaction, that AIfre
Alston, one of the Defendants in this case
resides beyond the limits of this State. On mc
tion of Griffin, Solicitor for the petitioner, oe
dered, that the said Alfred Alston, do plead, ar
swer or demeur, to this petition, within thre
monntls from the publication of -this order c
the said petition be taken pro confesso, agaime
~him. S. S. TOM PKINS, . . E.D.
Comcmr'. Office, 12th Juely, 1847.
july 1433m 25
Walker & Bradford,
Warehouse A' Commissioi
Mer'chants-Hlanaburg, S. C.
T H E undersigned restectileIlly inform the
* friends aned the pneblic, thant they still coe
tne the WVAREHOLfSE & COMMISSIO]
BUSINESS at thecir old stand, kncowne as ch
Water-Proof Warehouse ; wherechey will de
vote cheir personael attenetione, tu all busieness ec
trusted to thecir care.
Their ratcs for telling-and storing of Cotto
or ocher prodee, receivicng andei forwardin
Merchcandize are the same as heretofore.
Orders for Suepplies will bee pr oemptly execne
ed at the lowest market price
T1hanckful for past patroneage so liberally bi
stowed one ns we respectfully solicit a contlim:
ance of thce sanme.
WA LKER & BRADFORD.
H amcburg, Agust 27, 117. 3m 32
liayfley,'s here Yet!
ASH m'aede aet (ij cenets per lighet, for a
Sash containing 15 lighets to thte windoie
aced upwards, all windowvs contcainineg less 7 cc
All kinds of FURNITURE made to orde
at thce old stand, I mile fromn GilgalI Chuerc
and 17. from-.Camnbridge, uepon the MIarinetow
All orders left at this office well he attend.
to. W3M. BAY LEY.
auguist 25 tf 31
Abbevilie Banner and Anderson Gazette e
py three ties.5
WMV. liE 'C .i1 A CO
[HAM BURG, S. C.
H AVE recmoved their stock eof Dry Gooi
to thce Store underthee Aericane IHott
(late lcebbard's.) wvhere it is thceir purpose
keep a (tnll assortmcent of
Anericahn, Frechl and Englis1
We would cake this opportunity to return o1
thanks-to our enmerous frieneds for the vei
liberal patronage bestowved on tes for the last a
years. and would solicit a conetinnanece of-the
WV e would also inevite all persones buying Di
Goodes ice Hamburg, who are cnot alreadyc
our large list of suebscrihers to give as a trial.
Ouer stock will consist of ea mnch larger ar
more general assortmenet thman we leave beret
fore kept. We shall also cointine to keep ot
usual assortment of Carpeineg, Oil Cloth, Flbi
Matting, Bonnets,.and Ladies and. Chcildrec
N. B.-Just received-a full assortmrent of a
numbers of goenuince
.Detch .Bolting Cloths,
which together with all articles ice our line wvi
be sold as low as theey can be procured in Han
burg or Augusta.
WM. KETC HAM & CO.
Hamburg, S. C. Aug. 7-IH tf 29
A NEW lot of very snperior Bacosi
i. which wiH he sold low for CASh.
Also-A lot of fine Flour.
J. A. WILLIA MS.
:...n 9 t ,r 20n
HE undersigned ha i'a- de. the neces
sary arrangements, :' prepared to
furnish Coffins of ever descriptaon, at. the
d hortest notice, and will ge -I branch ofhis
o business his personal atntion. He has also
8 now-finished. a new and 1lui Hearse.
which will be in readineii A'ime, to attend
Funerals. His charges41 r ' uionable and
Edgefield C. H. July28 !WN tr 27
A LL Persons having a dnds against
the estates of Thosi. 'olds, Senr., and
Thos. Reynolds. Jr., are eh quired to at
tend in the Ordinary's O Wednesday
the 24th day of November and present
'heir demands properly it Tdesire to
'close up the estate.
august 25 3m 31
M R.R OFF, who hr.ld deiditionally an in
terest in the right of Edgfeld District.
to Hotchkiss' Reaction MilWlheels, (Pntent)
has never complied with sai condition. thero
fore ie hlnds no interest, and has no right te
sel! or ma e any contract tir said Wheels.
We, the undersigned are tife 'ers, of said
right, and a iight purchased'!m any other,
f unless our agenit, will not hegood.
Mr. J. T. WEBRIC, we aathorise, with full
a power to act as our agent.
March 1,1847. if 6
LL those indebted to the estate of Charity.
A Johnson, dec'd., are regnesed to make
immiediate paymient, and those.haing demands
to present them properly attestedi
C. B. GOULBEN,
july7 , if 24
IS HEREBY GIVEN, Tiat an applintion
will be made at the next sessidn of the Le
gisletire of S. C., to amend tie Cliartbr of the
Edgefield Rail Road Company, soar to author
ize the said Company to increase'their capital
stock, and also to construct a Rail Road from
Edgefield Court House, throurh: e Districts
of Edgefield and Abbeville, io*Iyferminus at
some point in Pendleton Diqtrait tor near the
Savannah river or its tributary strifns.
an.n .3m 30
3 S hereby given, that an applikc'on will be
made to the Legislature.oftistaite, at its
, next sitting, for a Charter to coniuct at Rail'
Road, or Turnpike Road, from Himburg, tap
the Valley of the Savannah Riveiutor.within
I zwemy-five miles of the samae, to. ih le of
Georgia and North Carolina, also apharter for
I building a toll Bridge ovet i hesaidriver and
its tri utaries at a suitahle place,.i o for ihe
renewal of the original Charter;jwth amend
meut for a Bank in the Tow.no Hamburg,
I South Carolina, granted the-220-Any.of De.
cemder, 1822. . Also, for amendiniste charter
of the American and German Tridm and In
surance Company, granted the 1 ay of De
of Hamburg, South tiroina.
Hamburg. S. C., August 12.
september 15 St . 34
,"Y the subscriber, for which the highes.
J price will be paid
25 bushels Sun Flower SEED,
25 do Palma Christi
J. D. TIBBETTS.
I july 21 if 26
. HE Estate of Gilbei Summerall being
Derelict. all those having deaands, are
a requested to preseant them, duty ttested, and
r those indebted to make immediate payment to
JOHN HILL, 0. FE. D.
may 26 if 18
RYE FOR SALE
Bushmels RY E S EED, of beat quality
49for sale by the suabscribers.
G. L. & E. PENN.
septi1 tf -- 32
T HE Subscribers
have purchtased front
a Nathan L Griffin,Esq.,
~ thte Cotton Warehouse
in lliamburg. recently occumpied by Dr. J1. F.
~Griffin, and formeLrly by Messrd. HI.,L. Jeffears
& Co., situated at the foot of the Hill. anad im
mediately 6t the head of the nmin besimess
street. From it4 superior locatin, and being
surrountdedI by a str-eam of water, it is compar
atively exemplt from thme casualty- of fire and en
tirely above the reach of high freshiets.
- Thtey propose to carry on excluasively the
WvARE~aaUsE & GENERAL FACTORAGE
Sunder the firm of GEIGER & PA RTLOW.
-lHaving entgaged an expenennaed and com
pctentt assistanat, in additioni toh their owni per.
, somnal attention, and- possessing means to maake
' liberal advances on Produtce consigned to their
ni cnre, they- hereby render their services to Plan
d tars, Merchmants and others, (n the storage andr
Cotton, Flour, Bacon,
y and othier Produtce, in Receivingand Foriward
ing Merchandise, and purchtasing goods to or
rTeir charges-will be regulated by the usual
rates of thec place.
9 W. W. GEIG ER,
JAMES Y. L. PARTLOW.
Is Hambturg, Junae 3, .1846.
june 9 6m 20
TO TREI PUBEIO.
T i undersigned wvould
respectfully> announce .to
r 3 Travellers and- persons vis
* * iting Hanmburg, that he has
taken for a terma of years.
r -thte H-otel,-long known-as
n Whic it ishistprpose to keep as such a house
d should bc kept, and will onaly promise to all who
.favor himn with a call, that he will do all in lais
rpower to please; and where as- much comfort
uad quiet may beexpected-~as can be fouand in
Sany Public House.
A carefaul ad attentive H ostler wvill be kept
Iconstantly in the Stable,- and Horses' shalt he
attended to in a way tha-t shall give entire satis
A liberal patronage is respectfdilyv solicited.
|.-W M. KETC H AM.
I Hamburg, March 8-10 : f 7
A LL persons indebted. to theestate of Wn.
- 1. Mays, dee'd., are: reested to make
payni~at, and those havingelairius againsat the
estate, are requested to present. them for jaay
, ment, properly attested.
S. B. MeAYS,
.,..on . eotf. 31.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Garvin & Haines,
Vs. Ca. Sa.
Charles B. Carter.
C HARLES B. CARTER who is now in
. the custody of the Sheriff of Edgefield
District, by virtue of the surrender of his. bail,
at tire suit of Garvin & Haines, having filed
his petition with a schedule on oath, of his
whole estate and effects, with the purpose of
obtaining the benefit of the A-ets of the Gene
rnl Asseibly, commonly called the Itsolvent
Debtors Acts. Public Notice is hereby given
to the said Garvin & Haines, and all the other
creditors of the said Charles 1. Carter, that the
said petition will be heard and considered on
the sixth day of October next, at Edgelield
Court House, or n such other day as the Court
may order during the term, coinienciig on
the first Monday in October next, at said place;
and all the creditors ofthe said Charles B. Car
ter, are hereby summoned, personally, or by
attorney, then and there in said Court, to show
cause, if any they can, why the benefit of the
Acts aforesaid, should not be granted to the
said CharJes B. Carter, upon bis executtng the
assignmeit required by said Acts.
THO. G. BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, 2nd July, 1847.
july 3 . 3m 24
A NY personts wishing PIANNO'S TUNED
can he aitended to, by applying to i1r.
AARON A. Clark, Edgefrield C. H.; by letter
B Y Order of Brig. Geni. Guyton. an Elec
tion for Colotnel ofthe Second Regiment
of Cavalry, will take place on the 22nd o* .Oc
tuber next, to f.ll the vacancy occasioned by the
resignation of James S. Snyley.
The Managers are required to meet on the
day following at Lois-mire's, to declare the
Captains of Companies are charged with the
execution of this order according to the requisr
tions of the Militia Law.
THOS. W. LANHAM,
. Lieut. Colonel.
sept8 St 33
ALL those indebted to the old firm of Pres
ley & Bryan, either by Note or Acecunt,
are requested to come firward and settle tip.
We are compelled to biing the buisiness to a
close. E. 11. PRESLEY,
R. C. BRYAN.
September 7, 1817. tf 33
LL Persons indebted to the estate of Char
les G. Garrett, dec'd., are requested to
make immediate payment and, those haying
demands against said estate are requested to
present theum for payment properly attested.
P. H. ELAM, Adn'tr.
sapt. 8 3m 33
ON the first Monday (Sale Day) in October
next. will be sold to the highest bidder,
that valuable tract of LAND, knwn as the
Moses Harris tract, on the waters of Rkocky
Creek, adjoining lands of Mr. Padget. Avery
Bland, ind others.. containing seven hnndred
and forty acres, be the same, more or less -
Said Land is within 7 miles of the Court H onse,
and the prospect of the Rail Road renders it
very desirable properLy. A credit of one and
tvo years will be given, the pirchaset is re
quired to give a bond and approved security.
W. A. HARRIS, Ad'mr.
CAROLINE S. JETER, Adm'tx.
of Maj. J. S. Jeicr, dec'd.
aug 25 6t 31
IS HEREBY GIVEN, That anm application
will be made to the Legislature-m-f South
Carolina at-its next session. tc lay out atnd open
a Public Road, from a poinit on the Island Ford
road, in Edgefield District, at or near the house
of Thomas C. Griffin, to run through the lands
of James Ciesswell, anid to imntersect what is
called the old Chmarleston. road, at or ntear the
ford on the small creek crossing said Charles
ior road, about three htunmdred yards above the
Gin house of N. L. Griffin, on his plantation
near Cambridge. At the samne time an apipli
cation will lie made to discontinue the old Chmar
leston road between the bridge over Ninety
six creek, and the point where the proposed
new publie road will initersect said Charleston
aug 16 3m 30
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.B-ltimaore, December 16th, l843.
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Agnle Lozeciges, Dr. Lave's Vi-getable Elixir.
Ieener's Powders, Barks, Qniinine, Thcompso.
ninn Medicines, Arsenic, Herbs,. and inc lict
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and yet received nia lasting benefit. The chills
were stoppijed by Qninine and oilier things, but
after a fi-w days-or weeks they would return
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the last the chills caine only every third day,
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whereas before he often suffered from it. Two
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For sale by T. Risley. Huuaumburg., S. C., and
J. D. TIBIBETTS,
Edgefield C. H., S. C.
july 28 6 m 2'7
A LL4 Persons, havinig demands against the
Sestate of Henry Carr, dee'd.', ace reqnest
ed to present them legally attested, and those
indebted are reqgnested to make icmmediate pay
ment. THIOS. LAKE, Administ rator.
Jinnn .tf 101
The U. S. District Court.
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN BA YKRUP TC Y.
IN the Matter of Henry H. Mayson. late
Merchant of Edgefield District, a Bink
Pursuant to an Order of the District Cour
of the United States, for the District of Somth
Carolina, notice is hereby given, that cause be
shewn before the said Court, at the Federal
Court House in Charleston, on the Sixth day
of November next, at olevon o'clock, A. M.,
why the said Henry H. Mlason should not
receive his Discharge and Certificate, as a
Charleston 20th day of June 1847.
11. Y. GRAY. Clerk.
July 7 3m 24
The U. S. District Couit,
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN BA NKRU'TCY.
IN the Mauer of Thomai.M. Oneal, Mer
- chant of larnwell District, a Bankrupt.
Pursuant to an Order of the District Cobrt of
he United States, for the District of SoUth
Carolina, Notice is hereby given, that cause be
iewn before the said Comt, at the Federnl
Court House in Charleston, on the thirteenth
jay of November next, at eleveno'clock, A. M.,
wvhv the said Thomas M. Oneal, should not
receive his Discharge and Certificate as Bak
Charleston 14th day of Angust. 1847.
H. Y. GRAY, Clerk.
aug 25- 10 31
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN T1E COMMON PLEAS.
G. L. & E. Penn, & Co.
Vs. Cos. Sa.
Fames B. Harris.
T AMES B. HARRIS heing now in the
* custody of the Sheriff of Edgefield Dis
trict. by virtue of a writ of Capias ad Satisfa
iendurn, at the suit ,f G L. & E. PWm & Co.,
md having filed in my office a schedule on
aith, of iis whole estate-and effects, real and
personal, with a view to obtain the benefit of
the Acts of the General Assembly, commonly
talled the insolvent debtbrs Act. On notion
ofMr. Tompkins, defendant's attorney, Publi
Notice is hereby given, to the said G. L. & E
Per n & V o., and all others, the creditors of the
mid James B. Harris, thatthe said petition will
be heard and considered. at Edgefield Couri
lHr1use, on the sixth day of October next, or on
such other day as the Court may order during
the term, coinmencing on the first Monday ul
October next, at said prlace, and the said G. L
& E. Penn & Co., and all the others, the cre
itors of the said James B. Harris, are hereby
nmmanded, then and.there, either personally,
r by attorney, to show cause, if any they can,
why the petition of the said Ja.nes B. Harrii
should not be heard and granted, find he be
discharged from confinement by complying
with the acts alresaid, according to the term
f said acts.
THO. G. BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, July 2nd, J847.
july 3 3m 24
Luciua Cordial- or the
ELIXIR OF LOVE.
T HIS is a sovereign and speedy cre fo
Incipient Consumption, Barreine!,
Impotency, Incorhea or Whites, Obstituction
Difficult or Painful MenstruutionIncontinence
f Urine, or Involuintary Discharge thereof
and f1r general prostration olthe system, whe
ther the result tor inherent causes or praduced
by irreeilarity, illness or ac.ident.
'The-re is not a shadow of dfoub. ii
tre. and n e cvuhjqo
onure, hon"R -
led cilicacy .0tlI" d
renness, fin. he
cretions, p femiale sup
ressiom.. Foraide-b L- the principaLiu.
ists in Augusta, Hamkg an Charleston.
T Price, $3;perb -d
For sale b a
itret; P. M1 Coen o. 9 a
Nelson Cart IM.ii.a ..
rey. Broad striftiihrleston ; TRis3
~ug Edgefield Court H ouse. S. C.
july 28 -6mn 27
DRi. JOEL BR(ANHIAM'S
LIPER 6* DrsPECTIC
IN offering this valuable Medicine to the pro
Upie of S. Carolina for the relief and cure of
many diseases incident to a Southern climate,
do nut claim for it infallibility ; neither do I
say it will enre all disearses. But ia
CHRONIC LIVER AFFECT1ONS
- A ND DYSPEPSIA.
I can confidently advise and recomnmendits
use, fronm my p~erso~nal observation and use of
the article in my own practice. This article is
frvorably received wherever it has been used.
I am allowed to refer to Mr. tieorge Heard of
Trup, Mr, John Warren of Columbus. Mr.
McAtce of Cobb, Mr. Asbury Hull of Athens,
Mr. Willim U. Tjerrelt of Putnam, Rev'd.
Johni E. Dawson of Lagrange; to whicha
great number oh names might be added, who
ear their testimony to its value.
Hfabimual costiveness is founrd very fregnently
cnnected with feeble constitutions,-and pter
sns of sedentary habits,- which often exert I
very unifavorable influeince upon the genera
health oh lie subjectt anrd is particularly mani,
tested by a restless and desponding state jf the
mind, irregular if not a loss of- appetite. Foi
this condition of the system, this article is coidi
dently recommerrndedl with the positive assur,
arce that if the dose is properly adjusted. so as
not to move thre bowels too actively, relief maI
e relied ont, without arty, even the least of ihb
unpleasant consequences,- r.'snhing from th<
se of~ the common punrging medicines utsuall
resorted to. 'This article will bet found to tic
as a pileasant' cordiarl arid tonic, restoring th
appletite!, tand at thre samte time filling ever
iidictionr that the commtoni purginrg mredtcine
are designed to effect..
rTere are some constitutions liable to regu
lar atincks of IBdiours fever almost every fall
to such, I recommiuentd the rise of this-Medicite
benginning at least by the miiddle of May, at firs
Manry persons whose Digestive organs art
feeble, iftern experience a sense of fudinress
weight, ind oppresusionu, -abourt thte stomach al
-er eating--in snch eases adose of this medi
cine will often tafford immediate relief.
Pregnantt women often suffer from hear
burn arid costiveness, they may uise tire artick
wvithout the least danger arnd with great benefli
In sick or nervous hetad-ache, it is a most valu,
I could append a long list of certificates, bu
forbear, preferring~ to rely on-the virtues of-thr
medicine to sustain itself. The merdicine is t
gentle and certain cathartic. tonic and sudorific
For stile by lsobert Andersont. Liberty ill
Cheatem & Settle. JOinitonsville, Charrles Fret
ra, Cairo P. 0., and
J. D. TIB3BETTS,
Edgefie:ld C. HI.
sept.8 ly 33.
PPLICATION will be made r.o thme Le
gislature of this Stare, at its next sessioi
for an alteration in thre Charter of the Town
Edgefield, so as to give to said town the usec
te money arising from Licenses.
Bushels or 25,000 bes D
3 O 'DON'S FAMILY PILLS The
vast and increasine demand for tis iw ld
justly celebrated Rediciie,;ghd the" inme'6&66" r
cures they are daily cffelirn'n all #ortrd ofo'n
the country where they have bden d
of Dyirpepsia. Liver ComphaintesandB
Diseases, with their Well known natteridqats8j.
Sick Head-ache, &c., leas..mnduced. -h -S
signed to make arraguemenato tei r
stocks direct from the Proprietor, A
say to their numerous customers
prepared tin supply them, whole'" 1 rota,"
at New York prices. -
- lT $2 per doxen,-or 24 cents per bti~j
By P. Melvin Cohen, No. 19 """ d
H aviland, Harral & Allen, Kin t .
son Carter; Meeting street; E.
Broad street; and Amos. Headc t
Bay and Broad street, Charleston;
Hamburg; and ~J. D. TIBB
Edgefield'Court Tuse ~
filly 28 6m
i ESTIMONIALS.4Ex tr.6
from Dr Waines, of Phijadel
2, 1840.-" Your Pills are thf4 mild.
operations, and yet most powerful i7
fecta, of any that I have ever met-Wili
tice of eight and twenty years. The'y
the chyle and hence on the impuniies
blood, is evidently veiy surpising.
Extract of a lel ter from Dr.l enry
Quebec, L. C., Match G, 1841.
fevers, sick head'aches, torpidity of oe
and enlargement of the spleen, Dr
Pills are an excellent medicine.
For sale by all the Druggists.
-Hain bg-, iid' ih Charleston b
Cohen, No. 19 Ilayne streel, Havilan.
ral & Allen, King street; Nelson Car
ing street; E. M. Carey, Broad
Amos Iead. corner East Bay and Bro
T. Risley,-ainburg ;- and
DR. LE ROt$
VEGETABLE UNIVERSALPI I ,
T HE startling drawback on near a
dicinal Agentihas ever bee1.i t er
process of purgation and pusf- i-0
also Debilitated the Syste.--Iei
Medicines have alwaysbeen regadWd
but a Necessary EvilePatients.resotiug
for the reiief of one disease attheez
another.-To-obviate this Physician5 .0
sought for an Agent that would at.
time PURGE, PURIFY and STRE
EN. But their efforts were nearlfru
and they had almost de s red-of
the labors of science, and reseafh 'wre We
warded by a discovery which fully reahid-Al)i
:fondest desires of the Medical Fadalty J-d
which is justly regarded as one.ofthesi-i
portant Triunplhethat Phariae?j~as a
chieved.-This important desideratu'nJa.s
ed Dr. LE ROY'd VEGETABL 9UNCIVE
SAL PILLS, wv hichi perify the Blo'od an
move all cotript, and vitiathd humoraunda.d -
'sealthy accum-ulations from.thte body ina.mpan
ner never before rivalled, and which yet .'2
duce no weakness or lassitude viihatever,
on the contrary, ione the Stoniiesis and invh o
rats the constittiorrdiqg thi progress o
Loperations! Dr. Le Roy' Pflls,.
those hetetofore irre(oncilae t n
able'qualities; Evacutio and Iii411 rafon -
they are at the sanietimtiarSTRE -OT
ING PURGA'IVE, and a PUR~ffi[ NG
NIC. . .. . -.
The two primciale jngred'e IJ".
tt''rrt n Af~
SAPARILLA, so preiP~ed hiat eachpyi
the beneficial effect of the otheri th -'
:strengthening, whiletioelatter j:o
with various- veetable ki"greilnts e v eaesy
and purifies-this'they superinduch no'tbrpid
ity or lassitude of the Digestive Funictions;.and
hence their optratlonsare attended, by nioRe.
action, or subsegnent Costinitiess:
Dr. Le Roy's Pills are the mrost active andI~
searching Medicine in existence. Thiey aIsonce
attack the very root of Diseases; aihd. their ac'
tion is-so protmp', that in an hour or two aflerT
they are takeri;- the patient is aware of thei'
good effects. Thby not' only operate on ~the;
Blood, butalso on the chyle, of whiah th'e l ide
is formed, and this secures good blood from the.
:fountain head, mseiev'er they produce neithet
nausea, griping'or dbliility, ahd as-a faily.
Medicine they have no rival.-Pice 25 Cutrs'
For sale by 3. D. TIBBETT'S, Edgefield
C. H., S. C. july 7- 6n 2
O R the cute of White Swcelluangb, Serofuigs
1?and other tumors, Ulcers, Sore Les old
and fresh Wounds, Sprains anid Bruise,,oL
ling's, and Inflammuaion, Scald Head? .Se
Breasts. of wcomen, Rhleumatac pain., Telies.
E ruptions, Chilblains; Wfhitaos; BileA'- .Co'us,X
amd external diseases genmerally-; It is likewise
greatly superior to atiy medicine ..heretofre
discovered for the chafed lGackii atid limnbs fo
horses; for rintgworoms, chitpped lips ind. in
short for every external bodily evil that myal
to the lot of man or beast. The- proprietor so
this noble specific can positively statk, without
fear of contradiction,- that it is vastly supenors
to any compound ever discovered, or.les
tthat is kniown in these days, in the cure jorthe
above complaints. Indeed, too mn'ch cannoV
,he said in its favor, for there is nothing -~pe
Scertain,than iis ethicacy in the mattersio ' ik
sit is recommenmd'ed, and'the speed and 'iiefed
ion of its igres are such asito have the appeargv
aiice of being miraculous. No house should'be
without this almost universal ointment, fotsthe
tinmates of ailt honsesuare liable to scalds~scratche
es; cuts, bruises. burns, corns, chapped.lipp4
&c. &c. Brc.: fromi any or all of wvhich .they5
can receive bet-little in'j ry if they have a'bx,
-of Harrison's unrivalle specifie to'cornen
with them. For Piles and Salt Rheum itsii.
passall other remedies. .
tFrsale byT.Rs ,Habritu
Edgeiield Courtiloose, .1
' july 28 6mn 2V .
Lpersons ladebted'to the estaorD..
tAugustus W. Burt, dee'd. are regnested~
-to make immnediate paymenti and those havi~~
demands aginst said estate; are reqtdestal
preseint them fot p mnent. propratte
- June 16' tf 1 '"
- LLPesn indebted to the -Eisate
- rePope, deceased, are- herb ti.'
fled -that it'it absolutely necessary to colechl
the nmoney dute the Estate, and ta thosewho~-'
Ido not pay wvill be sued before return iday--r
fThe Notes are in the hands of N. L. Griffin r
IfJ.-WV. Gibbs, E'srs.
TEIOS. H. POPEEeeto00
Jan 3 .if