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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
__ 9TF COURT OF ORDINARY.
psey Hare, Applicant, '
. . . .s bSwnons in
JohnWestley Here; and . Partition.
BY an-order from Joha Hill, Esquire,
Ordinary of the District. aforesaid, I will
- proceed-to sell, at Ed'gefield Court House,
en thefirst Monday in November nexi,-the
lands belonging to therestate o Edward
1lare, decd., situated in, soid Distrier,- on
Big Rock i- em ad-- Whetstone Creek,
water?"r B /Salada River,- adjomning
htbuds.of J,i Eaminack, John Fortner,
and others c'nihaioninglone hundred- and
sixty-five acres, more o' less
Sold -on a credit of Twelve Months,
purchaser will be required to give bond
and two-approved securities, and a mrt
g rgef the premises .to the Ordinary, to
secure thi- purihse money. The cost to
be paid in. Cash.
-H. BOULWARE, S. E. b.
Oct 9, 4t 37
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
-N TH E CO'URT Or ORDINARY.
Elizabeth -Rodgevsi ,
Applicant - umnons in
Jam;es Eodgers and
BY an order from John Hill, Esquire.
Ordinary of he'District aforesaid I will
proceed to selliat Edgefield Court House,
on the (rst M.onday in November nexia the
tract belonging to the estate of William
Rodgers, deed., situated' irsaid District,
on Little lry Creek, containing three
hundred acres, more or less, adjyinmg
landsof James Rodgers-serm., George Van,
zant, Saruei Watsotr and Wim-. Rodgere.
Said lands, having been recently surveyed
and laid ofin four seperate tracts nill be
sold in the following order, viz.:
Tract No. 1. contaniung one hundred
and forty-one acrees
Tract Noy 2, containing. one hundred
and forty acres.
ract No M containing rory-si~ acres.
And Tract No. 4, containing twenty.
Sold on a credit of Twelve Months.
Purchasers will be req.uired to give bond
and two good securities, andainortgage of
the premises to the Ordinary to secure the
H, BOIJLWARE, S. E. D.
bt 8K. 4t 37
Y Shri/8 Sale.
vBY irtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias,. n me directed.,.1 will proceed to sell
- at. Edigeeld d- 'urt House, on the- -first
ody and- Tuesday following. in No.
Tnmber next,~the following pro ert , in
he followinginained cases wit,
no and son'viSarah Addison,
of innd'ther6 the Defendant
ives continin o hundred acres. more
or less, adjoloing nti, .iley .Happison,
Alfre.Nt iks, and'others va Leyman
Catlia aa Iis iife .Catherineiai ract of
'olfain'iiin-oeihindred ana ftty
acres,Doe or less, adining land- o W..
L.I BOU.WARF. S.'E. D.
-~ ~. . SHERWFF'S SALE.
- vrtue of sundry -writs of Fiaeri Far
Bcias, to ni dtrected, I wall-proceed
- sell at Edgelield Coort HIouse, on. i-he
rnstMondlay ai Tluesday in November
anext, the following property, in the follow
zi' cases, viz.::
- .inser,MicGregor & Co., WillamIl'op
-IRius,^and others, severally. vs. Mary F.
Goodwyn, the followving negro slaves, to
it :Saby and her three children.Nanny,
Allice,'and Ellent, Lucy andi her child, SiI
voy and her child- Iebsier, Major and Mary.
- Also, one Carriage and' llarness-.
Charles Hall vs. Milled~ge Gaiphin, two
negro slaves by the name of George and
NR B. Butler & Co., and others, seve
ially vs. Rudolph> Carter, one negro man
T by the niame of Dick.
* The State vs. Mathew Corloy, one iron
C grey Mare.
Terms of sale cash.
octobler 12 3t 38
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
EDG E F LD' Dei&TiK1CT.
* Elintbeth S. Burt,
Angustuas II. Buart & tthers.
- - OtYFlCE IS H EREBY GIVEN, that by
Svirtue of an order from the ~trout of
Equity, I shall sell at Edeloield Court i louse,
- on the first Moawlay in Novenmber nexL, thec
-rcaf estate of D~r. A. W. Burt, deceased, vi.
* One tract of land conatainaing five, hundred
anitd sixtyfive acres- more or less, situated in
Edgefid District, between the Martintown
Road and1 Big Stevens' Cacek, anad bounded by
lnnds of Williamn-,..Wighmnan, SaunelGetson
-Said lands. will be sold.on a credit of one and
two years, excepat for as much as- will pay the
-Acost of thais suit, to be paid' aicash. Purchaaser
-giving bond and: gdbd suarctes- to secure thme
- .purchase money. Possessi-mx or the land, ntiu
Sgiven until the first day of January next.
- '- S. S. rO0ilPKINs, c. E.E.D
tiomm'rs, Office, Edgefield', Oct. 1, Je4;
- o c t. 6 44 - 37
WILMOT PROVISO-,.OR NOI'U.
ERN 'ABOLITIONIEST, NO. AC
- - - COUNT TO @E.
'W ANT, immediately, three or four Jour
neymen PAINTERS, which constnt em.
y loymnent will be given, by appyii to
Edgfel Coawi House, Sm C.
* .septr2O If 36
~ ~X EDGEFIELD DISTRICT
IJJ7LLIAM'BR.OWN, living about eight
* ,,~, ~ VV males above thme Court House, on Turj
eyCreek, tolls before me- an estray sorre
SORSE, blindl in the right eye, both hind feet
h *ite; a blaze in the face,-supposed to be nine
-yeasslde Appraisedat forty dollaim.
- ~ *P-~4 -- *-X.MITCHkELL, Magistrate.
octobor<6 , 3, * am4i 37
~Thfibiiof WESLEY BODlE; an
n-&~~'bindeshm aaseandiiate fo~r the office 'of~
-- SiidliAZ4 the onsuitig lectit n
EDG EFELD' DISTRICT.
John Landrum and others .) Biu
B. Franklin Landrum & others. Partition.
N OTICE IS IPEREBY GIVEN, that by
virtue of an ordef from tihe Court of Eqni.
tv in this case, 1 shall sell at Edgefield.Court
flousei on the first Monday in November next,
the rea4 estate of Juhn Laudrum,. dec'd', in the
followings parcels. viz.
The'-Homestead, of said dec'd, containing
thirteen hundred and fotty acres, more or less,
situated in the District aid- State aforesaid, on
Hioro and BeaverdarmCrekr, and adjoining
ands known ar Bitl Hatcher's, die estate .F
John Hatcher, dec'd, and other lands of said
John Landrum, known as tract No2.
Trirt No . containing one thousand and:
twenty-six-acres,-more or less, lying on Horsd
creek, and adjoining lands of the estate of J'ohn
Hatcher, doc'd, John Adkinson, Silas Randall,
John Overstreet, B. F. Landruin, and other
lknds of said.John- Landrum; dec'd, known as
tracts No T, 3, and 5,
Tract No 3, containing six fmhdi-ed dand 6ffty
acres, more or less, lying on Horse creek-and
Wolf Branch, and adjoiaing lands, of John M.
Randall, Lewis J. Miles, B. F. Landrum, John
Overstreet, and tracts No 2 and 4 of said John
Tract No 4, containing six hundred and
seventy'two actes, more or less, lying on a small
branch ofShaw's creek, and adjoining lands of
John Ovenstreet, Cullin Rhodes, Martin Posey,
A. B. Addison,.Simnp.on Rowe, and tracts Nos.
3 and 5 ofthe estate of John Landrum, dec'd.
Tract No. 5, containing fourteen hundrcd
and two acres. more or less, lying on Shaw's
ereek, and adjoining lands of Sias Randall,
.folnm Overstreet, Cullin Rhodes, Mrs. Rowe,
Shaw's creek, V. J. Glover, John Adkinson,
arid tracts Nos. 2 and 4 of the estate of said
'olar Landintrr, dec'd.
Tract No. 6, composed of two separate
pomucels, being part of the tracts known as the
Swearengen- and Winberly tracts. containitg
four hundred and ninety-nine acres, more or
less, lying on Shaiw's creek, and adjoining lands
of A, B. Adklieno, Martin Posey. Collin Rhodes,
and lands claimed $y Martin Posey.
The M1ajor pl:ace, containing two hundred
and seventy-nine acres, situated in the District
and Saute aforesaid,.on, the road lrom the Pine
Honse to llamlnrg, and adjoining lands of
Elizabeth Cloud, A. Kemp, John Kirksey. Jas.
Swearengen, Benj. Bettis, Benji. Hatcher and
The Napier or Cloud' tract, containing two,
hendred and sixteen (215) acres, more or less,.
situated in the Districtand State aforesaid, and
adjoining lands of Benj Bettis, Eliza Bodie or
R. M.- ffolsonback J:utmes Swearengen - and
Also one other tract owned by said deceaedi,.
and Lewis J. Miles; contaimng Seven hundred
and twenty-two acrei, more or less, situated in
the District mnd State aforesaid, on Shaw's
creek, anmd adjoining lands of C. J. Glover,
Tarlton McClendon, Seaborn Day, Amos
LAwdruin, and other lands belonging to the
esaite of said John Landrum dec'a.
-Also one other tract, containing about eigi
acres, on Dawfaskie Island in Beaufort Dis
trict, in the State aforesaid.
Said lands will be sold on a credit of one and
two- years, except for so much as w' t
cost and ex ease is suit, to ho paid in
' . ire asers giving bonid and good snre
ties to secure the purchase mnoney. Possession
of the landruot given till the 1st day of Jann ary
Comm'rs. Office, Edgefielil. Oct. 1, T847.
S. S. TOM PKINS, c. Y. z. 1
N.. R. Platsof the above Land, (excepting
the Dawfitskie Island tract,) made by A. Able,
D, S.,can he seen at my oflice.
Oct.6, 4t 37.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Foenelope Williamsr, PTitn
Lowra WVilliamis,& others.
I rsnce of an order from time Court of
}.ut nthist case, Notice is hereby given.
that-I.-simal sell at Edlgefield Court House, onm
the fnrst Mlonday ini November nmext, thme- eal
estate of Gibeumn J. Williams, conisistinig of
thiee tracts of land viz.
One tract, conitaiinig three huindred and
f ifty-seven (357),aueres, imoare er leow, situated in
the District aund Static aforesaiid, and adjoimning
lainds of P'cleriam- Williaans, Lewis Asbell anid
Also- one other tract conitaininig toin acres,
more or less, situated in the District amid Static
aforesaid,and adjoining lands of MaLry Perry,
L .ewis- A sbell and othiert.
Also one oilier tract, contaiinmg twon hunmdrcd
acres, nmore or less, sitmuated ini time District of
Lexington aid Stinme aforesaid, amnd aidjimimng
lamds of Jtolm F. Leitsey, Mittthe Re~d'iy amid
Said Landi-will he sold'on a eredit~of onme &
two years, except for snehi smimm as masy be n'e
essary tom pay thme-cost of timisnmit, to be paid
imi camsh. Vnrusert giving, bomnd atnd good
isircties to scmne thme purchase mtone..
Comm'rs. OJlhemc, Edgelield, Oct. 2, 1847.
S. s. TOM PItN S, c, a. ie. nt.
Oct. 2, IS417, 4't 37
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
George-Holloway and Is
wifeanid others, P'ariton and
vs ( account.
Johni Richmell & others.J
I Npursuance of amn order fromt thme Court of
I.Eqs.ity imm thmis case, Notice is hereby give"i,
that I shall sell at Edgelield Com [lHouse ont the
first Moniday in November next, thme real estate
of Elizabeth Ruchiell, dee'd., consisting oh twvo
pincels of land, viz,
Onme tract contaiing three hundimred acres,
more or less, amid adjoimnimg lands of Dr. A. G.
Tecague. Lucrecia Black~well,. Edward Collher
Also one other containing
ares, more or less, anmd adjoining. hands of D.
P'resley Self, Win.C. Robertson, aind the tract
,Said lanmds will be sold together or seperately
asa imay be agreed upon by the parties, and
which wvill be antiounced oni the daty ofrsale.
Terms of Sale.-A credit of oneo timd two
years, except foar so tmach as will pay thme cost
mof this suit, to be paidi inm. cash. Purchasers
giving bond; and- good sureties fet thme purchase
Comnmimrs. Office. Edgcfield, Oct.2, 1647.
.S. TOMPKiNS, c. E. E. D.
oct.6,184s 4t - 37
]!,1',Pcrsonisinidebted tous iniour late Mer
cantile business, are hereby notified that
longer inmtulgenice can, nor will not be given.
We imist close our bitsiness. A word to the
wise is- sufflcieni'.- .- A,. BLA ND,
W. P. BUTLER.
Edgefild C-. HI., S. C.
Sept. 10, 1847 t f 34
SIMEON ATTAWAY, living upon- Big
Creek, neatr the.iggins Ferry road, toles
efore mne. a' small sorrel; ME1~LE, some rnarks
f gear,.- between fifteen ail twe'nty years old.
ppraisedat filfeen dolls. -~
AI RBDY WVHITE; Magistraic.
octobr 20- mLu4m -39
A LL- persons indebtedt tate of Ro
bert Hudson, decesed Aested to
make immedatite paymen at Oro havi ng
demands against the.esta eUjiesied to
present them for payment i aftested'.
october 20 3 39
A NEW lot of very r-ji Bacon
which will be sold Io S4. -811.
Also-A lot of fine Fio r.'.
jnne 9 .t 20
STATE OF SOUT F$OOL1*A
EDG-EFIELD D CT.
Thomas R. Anderson &
Benjamin H. Miller othe&
OTICE IS HEREB EN, that by
virtue of an order of eC t of Equity
in this case, I shall sell at. field .Court
IHonse, on'the first Monday , vembir next,
the followiing tracts of lan on 1ging to the
estate ofJimes Miller, dec'4v -
The Home tract,-contaiiii i b irvey of D.
White, D. S., tweity-four I d Randi seven
tyseven (2477) acres, adjbitp- hgi of Mrs.
Delaughter, Benj. Betds, 'J og Drogden; G.
W. Jones, Benj. Galliknan, oc IBurt and
other lands of the estate of aillames Miller,
The Johnson tract, contii by survey of
D. White, D. S., two hun r nd- seventy.
four (274) acres, and adjoisi d of Dr. H,
Burt and other lands of the es f said James
The Bicithaupt tract, cont fit by sirvcy
of D. White, D. S., threeh d and forty
seven (347) acres, adjoining a of Dr. I.
Bnrt, Moses Swearengen, . penter and
other lands belonging to .thei of saidJames
Said lands will be sold o4 eit of one
and two years, exceptas to so 4 eh as may be
necessary to pay the cost and nses or-this
suit, to be paid in cash. P- ers giving
bond and good sureties to se the purchase
ioney. Possession of the La. tto be given
until the 1st day of Jantnary
Comm'rs. Office, Edgefield, O 1. j847.
S. S'OMPKW . 1. .pn.
oct.6 4t 3 7
SOUTH CARO - A.
EDGEFIELD Di ICT.
John- Furguson & others ) -
Agnes Corley & others.
OTICE IS HEREBY IV N, That by
N virtue of an order fro t ie Court of
Equity intis-cse.Ishalts'ehtg gefreld Court
House-, on the first Monday izO enber next,
a p" of the real estate of; IVli Furgusoo,
dec'd, cinposed of to- folii parcels of
The Owen Dafly n-atr, coi , two hun
dred and twenty-five ac-es-,nre r les, and
adjoining lands of -George-;Thei try Sadler,
and another tract belonging.to' Ise estate of
Win. Furguson, known as the me tract.
The John Wheeler tract'.ciln' g one hun
dred aetijav e-r.- .
aforesaid Home tract,- and t Charlotte
A parcel ot tract of one h r ' acres-, more
or less, bought of Charles O d adjoinMing
lands of Charlotte VO'N ome, and
And the John Daly.' no hundred
and fifty acres, mrore o dadjoining
lands of John P. Miek'r, B Bntlor.
Said lands being the eti te of said
William Furgusoi, exce Home tract
of three.hundred and"ff - :"
Said lands will be're; yed od divided
& sold in two orinoje sp a of which,
will beexrhibited on the
Terms of Sale.-A cr ? one'eaz. except
as to so much as will pa opsaif this imit
and the expenses of the y t be paid in
caBsh. I'urChasers giving good sure
ties to secure the pureln
8. S. TOM ci. .
Comm'rs.Office, Edgefief 847.
8ale of L an.
AS the Agent of Mrs. Bethtnd Butler, I
A am authorized tosy hihwill offer-ror
her plantationi on Big Creekc~co;taining Ild5
arres, will be sold, on that day',4~ the H ome
stead, in three tracts-- . -
The tract kinown as the Brid e tract, lying
on each side of the road, leadiig' froma Richaird
Colemani's to Mtottnt Willing, contains one
htndred and-eighty one acress This rract is
well ssrpplied with water, haviug Big Creek
fr its northern boundary:7a :enstant fresh
water pound nevr the bridge,sans a wood sprmng
on its eastern boundary. itisnostry in woods,
mid is well adapted to Cott i- Cornanid Oats.
Thue next tract,known as th Deny tract,con
tans one hundred and s' tfve acres, antd
lies- west of the same road, ujl rims up in an
angle to thne cross-roads-at Meklr'ns. It is cii
titely in woods. I -
The remaining tract, coittining 777 acres,
known~ at the iTomne Place, ss uiponi it a good
deling holuse, gin and o ser houses, and im
many respects is-a-desirabl dwelling place
being a body of land, well apted to farmiing.
and hiavinig pure springs an streamis of water
on it. .
Terms of sale. (Tne -and' three years
icredit, wvith an obligation , d good secnrity
iterest from the date and able annually.
sep.t.15 7Zt '34
ALL Persons having demanids against
Athe estates of Thos. eynolds. Senr., anid
tTos. Reynolds. Jr., are I reby required to ait
end in the Ordinary's fice, on Monday
the 3rd day of .Januar nest, anid prieset.t
their demands prvoperly etested, as I desiv-e to
lose up the estate.
angust 25 .. 3m 31
ALL Persons indebti the estate of Char
Ales G. Garrett, decl. arc requested to
make immediate paymeit and, those haying
demands against said emI toLare rcquiested to
present themt for paymen properly at tested.
P.. rELAr', Admn'tr.
.sapt & 3m 3'l
71 H E undersignud-ha nhg made the neces
I.sary a rranmgoments,,.:now.prcpared to
furnish- Cotifiu'of evcry dlescri ption, at th~e
huortest notinte, and wlligae tmis branch of is
buusineuss his personal atts:\tion. He has also
now finished, a new and elegant H~earse,
which will be in teadiness at any time, to anuend
Funerals. His charges w ll be reasonable anid
Edgefield C. 11. Ju ly 28 ~, tr 2
AL Per.,onsfhatig demiands agams~t the
estate of Heriry Cared'oe'd., ate reqnest
ed to present them legallyiattested,,and'those
indebted tire requesteda in ake immediate pay
m ient. T hOS LACdftn r5ator.
Walker & Bradfird,
Warehouse & Commission
Merchants-H1amburg, S. C.
T HE undersigned respectflully inform their
friends and the public, that they still non
tune the WAREHOUSE & COMMISSION
BUSINESS at their old stand, known 'is the
Water-Proof Warehouse; where they will de.
vote their personal attention, to all business en
trusted to their-care.
Their rates for selling and storing of Cotton
orlother produce, receiviig and forwarding
Merchaladize are the same as heretofore. .
Ord'ers for Stupy;lies will be pmotmptly exectit
ed at the lowest market price.
Thankful for past patronage so liberally he.
stowed on us we respectfully solicit a continnt
ance of the sarrie.
WALKER & BRlA LRD.
Hatlurg, Angust 27, 18-17. T 32
Mr. & Mrs. Iassell's,
AT COLUMBIA, S. C.
T HIS School for YOUNG LADIES will
be re-opened, in the large and conmo
dious building opposite the Episcopal Church,
on the second .londay in November next.
Board, including all items, $50 0
Instruction iii Spelling and Reading, 8 00
The above with Writing antd Arth
qnetic, 10 00
The above with'Gramnmar, Geogra.
phy and History, 12 00
Th.e above with higher branches, 15 00
Piano and Guitar, each, 15 00
Harp. 20 00
Use of Piano and Guitar, 2 00
Use of the Harp, 5 00
French, German, Latin, each, 15 00
Drawing and Painting, 12 00
Competent Teachers in each of the above
studies are engaged. Madame FENGAs, frout
Charleston, will give a course of Dancing Les
sous, during the mouths or November and De
ceinber, terms $12 00.
Mrs. H Assr.t., gives every day, a Lesson in
Vocal Music, free orcharge.
The Yonng lAdies' roons wilf be supplied
with fire. Parlour bontrdeis can be admitted.
All payment in advatnce from the time of ad.
mittance, but none for less than one quarter.
The Hon. A. P. Butler, Chancellor Harper
Professor Laborde, or the South Carolina Col
lege, and Mrs. M. C. Izard, of Colubia, who
had the confi'dence to send theirdatuglters dur
ing the last two years to Mrs. Hassell, have
been kind enough to allow their names to be
given as references.
September 1 . lot 32
The Pendleton Messenger will please copy,
WM. E TCI.IeM & CO.,
HAMBURG, S. C.
AVE removed their stock of Dry Goods
to the Store under the American Hotel,
(late Hubbard's,) where it is their purpose to
keep a full assortment of
American, F rencla and English
' DRY GOODS.
We would take this opportunity to return our
thanks to our numerous friends for the very
liberal patronage bestowed on us for the ltast six
years, and would solicit a contiuua
-I woI .iirvite all persons buying Dry
Goods in Hamburg, who are not already on
our large list of subscribers togire us a trial.
Our stock will consist ora mutich larger and
more general assortnet than we have hereto
fore kept.. We shall also continue to keep our
usual asortment of Curpeting, Oil Cloth, Floor
Matting,. Bonnets,- and Ladies amd Childrens
N. .-1ust received at full assortinent of all
numbers of genuine
Dutch Bolling Cloths,
which together with all articles in our line will
be sold as iw as they can be procured in Ham
lfatnburg, . C. Aug. 7-11* tf 29
F A G-T Q R A G E,
have purchased fromt
Nathan L. Grillin,Esq.,
.: the Cottoni WV~vebenise
in Hlanmurg, recently occupied lby Dr..J. F.
Griflii, audi formerly by Messrs. II. L. ,ell-ers
& Co..situtated at the foot of the HIill, antd imn
mediately at the head- of the rmnini bnsmtess
street. 'From it-4 superior location, and being
suirrouinded by a stream of water, it is conmpat
atively exemplt from the casnalty of fire aind nai
tirely above thie reach of high freshiets.
Trhey propose to carry on exclnsively lthe
'WARE-:IoUSE & GEiNERAL. FACTORAGE
B UTS1.WL E 8,
under the firni of GEIGER & PA RTLOW.
Havinig entgag~ed an experienced antd comt
petent nssistanat, ini additiont to their owin pecr
sonal attention, and possessing means to a.ake
liberal advatnces ona Produce conusigited to their
care, tey hereby render their services to Plan
ters, Merchants and others, ini the storage andl
Cotton~~0, Floura, Bacon,.
tatd other Produce, in Receiving and Foarward
ing Merchandise, and purchasing goods to or
TIheir charges will be regutlated by the usual
rates of the place.
W. WV. G-rEIG ER,
.MAMES Y. L. PARTLOW.
H nmburg, J une 3, 18416.
june 9 Gmn - 20
TO TIlE PUBLIO.
'TilE undersigned would
respe'ctlilliy annoinnee to
I33 Travellers and paersons vis
I 1 iting hlamburg, that lie has
taken for a term of years.
Ithe Hotel, long ktnowti as
Iluibbardl' A mericani
Which it is his linrIps to keep as such. a house
shlould be kept, anad will onaly praatise to till who
favor hitm ithl a call. that lie will do t all in his
powver to please; and where as itmich comfort
aind gaic&tonmy be expected as can bc found ini
any Piublic H ouse.
A carefl 'and attentive Ilostler will be kept
cotnantly in the Stable, and hlorses shall lie
attended to ini a way that shall give cntire satlis
A. liberal patroniago is respectfaully solicited,
Hamburg, March 8-1(0 tf 7
MR.. ROFF, who heldicoaaditionzally at ini
terest in the right of Edgefield District,
to Hlotchtkiss' Reaction Mill Wheels, (Piatent)
has never complied with said condition, thero.
fore lie holds no interest, and hans tno right te
sell o, ma'e- any contriact for said Wheels.
We, the undersigned are the owners, of said
right, and a right purchaased from any other,
tunless our ngenat, wvill not he good.
Mr. J. T. WEBILER, we auithorise, withl full
power to act as our agent.
COTHJ RAN & MOORE.
M rc 1847.tf 6 -
NY personsi wishaing P-A-N NO'S T UNED
Acan lie nttended to, b~y applying to Mr.
AARON A. Clark, Edgeficld C. H.; by letter
o - othaerwise.
July7 f 24
Lucina CoediAl; or the
ELIXIRt OF LQVE.
T IIS is a sovereign and s->cedy curb. for
Incipient Consumption, Barreinie-s,
Impotency, Incorhma or Whites; Obstitiction,
Dilicult or Painful M enstrniation.rJneontinence
af Urine, or Involhmtary Discharge thereof;
and for gencral pro-tration of the system, whe
tier the result of inherent causes or pridtlced
by irregularity, illness or dc.:ident.
'I'here is not a shadow of doubt that this is
truae, and %-ere not the subject of too delicate a
nature, hundreds would testify to the unrival
led eficacy of this C-ordial as a specific for bar
renness, flour albus, gleets. irregularitiei in the
secretions, pains in the Kidneys. fenale sup
pressions. For sule 6y all the principal Drug
gists in Angusta. Hamburg and Charleston.
7 Price, $3 per bottle.
For sale by Ilaviland, Harral & Allen, Kitig
street ; P. AMelvin Cohen, No. 19 Hayne street;
Nelson Carter, Meeting street. and E. M. Cu
rey, Broad street, Charleston; T. Risley, Ham
burg; aud J. D. TIBBETTS,
.l . Edgefield Court House, S. C.
july 28 6m 27.
[DI..JOEL BRANHA'S :
LiVER A DXSPECTIC
MED IC IN E..
IN offering this valuable Medicine to the peo
ple of S. Carolina fr the relief and cure of
many diseases incident to a Sonthern climate,
I do not claim for it infallibility; neither do I
say it will cure all diseases. But in
CHRONIC LIVER AFFECTIONS
I can confidently advise and recommend its
use, from n-y personal observation and use of
the article in my own practice. This article is
favorably received wherever it has beer nsed.
I am allowed to refer to aMr. George Heard of
Troup, ir. JlohnVarren of Columbus. 51r.
McAhree of Cobb, Mr. Asbnry Hull oeAthens,
Mr. William D. Terrell of Putnam, Rev'd.
Jlohn E. Dawson of Lagrange; to which a
great number of cames might be added, who
hear their testimony to its value.
ifabitual cosiivenoss is found very frequently
connected with feeble constitutions, and per
sons of sedentary habits, which often exert a
very unfavorable influence upon the general
hiaelth of the sihject; and is particularly mani
fested by a restless and desponding state of the
mind, irregular if not a loss of appetite.- For
this condition of the system, this article is confi.
detatly recommended with the positive assur
ance that if the dose is properly adjusted. so as
not to move the bowels too actively, relief may
he relied on, without any, even the least of the
unpleasant consequences, resulting- from the
use of tbe commnon purging Medicines usually
resorted to. This article will be found to act
as a pleasant cordial and tonic, restoring the
appetite, and at the same time fulfilling every
indication, that the common purging medicines
are designed to effect.
T'iere are some constitutions liable to regu
lar attacks of Bilions fever almost every fall,
to such, I recommend the use of this ledicine,
beginning at least by the middle of May, ot first.
Many persons whose Digestive organs are
feeble, often experience a sense of fullness.
and on0ression, about the stomach af
ter eig-tn N 'is medi
cine will often afford immediate'rehe .
Pregnant women often suffer from- heart
horn and costiveness, they may use the article
without the least danger and with great benefit,
in sick or nervous hcad-ache, it is a most valu.
I could append a long list of certificates,~hut
forbear, preferriig to rely on the virtues of-the
medicine to sustaiitself. The medicine is a
gentle aid certain cathartic tonic a ndstdorific.
For sale by Robert Anderson, Liberty Hill,
Cheatene & Settle, Dintonsville,. CharlesjFree
sept..8 1 33
T.ylIer's A~rue & Fever Pills.
CE RTA IN. safe and eff'ecteal cure for
AAgnie and Fever, in tall varied forms. Al
so, atn excellent Tonic in Dyspepsia,. Palpaita
lion of thme h eart, Loss of A ppetite, Neuralgia-,
Nrvuus atnd othmer diseases,. which arise from a
weak utnd dehbilitated cotndition of the system
D)>kinore, Decemsber Mi~k,1l843i
Dr. G. K. TrL ta.-Dear Sir.-It is with
great ple~asurte that l amnoce to you a perfect
restoration of nmy healsh by the use of your in
vnable pills. I had beeni suffering from
Chils and Fevers for eighteen or twentty months.
during which timec I took five bottles of Row'
aid's Tonic Mixture, Dr. Sherman's Fever anrd
Agate Lozenges, Dr. Love's Vegetable Elixir,
Keener's Powders, Barlis, Quitnine, Thompso.
nian Metdicines, Arsenic, Ilerbs, an'd in lfeet
antost all the popuilar remtedies I could hear of;.
ad yet received no lastinig benefit. 'Te ebills
were stuopped by Quintinte mand other things, but
ater a few days or weeks they would retturn
againa, ais laud or worse thait before- Towards
ihe last the chills cuamec only every third' do)y,
anda these were followed lby fever of sucht se
verity as to affect mty reason attd it was found
neccewsarv for some onme tuo watchl with tue un
til the pa'roxysni passed ofl. At last I fpruenred
a- box uaf'your. puihi, atnd nauly touok fuuor f' thtema;
this so compajletely stopped the chills, tht.1
have never hail a return of them up to this
time, (ntearly two- years) anad necar a yeuar of
this time was passed in the samte place wvhmere I
first canght the disease.
That any cause is not otte cured by chance is
poven from the fact that fouar pills nut of the
samec box curEd Capt. Reuben latiks, so ef
fectually that lhe has never had the disense since,
whereas beforeo he oftetn suff'ered from it. Two
tther pers~on were also cured by the cot'tents of
this samte box, and they neither of themt have
hadl a return of it although they both reside
where thecy arc exposed every season.
I-know'several others who have-heaen cnredl
by y'our paills, buit it is unince.ssary to detail
thecir eases. The buest certificates of thteir ellici
ency in Catills and-Fever, will be a few doses,
anad if they are as beneficial to others as they
have becen to me they may be truly called~a pub
latt with much respect youir obee't. serv't.
For sale by T1. Risley, Hamnburg. S. C.', anad
J. D. TrIBB3ETTS,
Edlgefield C. hi., S. C.
Sjuly 2S 6m 27_
RYE FOR SALE
4O Bushe ls RY E SE ED. ,of'best quality
for sale by the sublsc:ribers.
G.. L. & E. PENN-.'
slept -if 32
I.ayfley's here Ieg?
S ASH made at (14 cents per light, for all
Sash containaing 15 lights to the window
td upwards,.all'window.s containinag less 7 ets
All kinds of FUR(NITURE made to order,
at the old stanud, 1-maile from Gilgal Chur'ch,
and 17 from Cambaidge, upona the Martiiatown
All orders left at this office wdil be attended
to W3I. BAYLEY.
anguast 2 5f 31
Abbeville Bannaer and Anderson Gazette to
py three times.
gj'The fruenuds of JA MlFS SPANN. Esqlr.
rsipeefiully announace himt as a catididi'te for
he office of'ax Collector, at the ensuing elec
Lin april14 t( 12
from Dr Waines.
2, 1840.-" Your Pills aretis
operatiotis, arid yet tinst.06bwee u
icts, f nythat I haveever nieiih
tice of eight and twenty yearsi. a
the chyle and hence.on-tje.impqi
blood, is evidently very surisag
Extract of a letter frrom.D e
Quebec, L. C., Marih'6;184
fevers, sick headaches, torgiditf
and enfirgement ofihr spl'e"
Pills are.an excelletnediciie
For sile by all the Drdig g'is'r
Hanburg, and' in Chiarlent ,
Cohen, No..19 Iayie stteVt k*
ral & Allen, King street N
ing street; E. M. Cary, B
A mos Head. corner East Bija'y'
T. Risley, Hamburg ; nnd
Edgefield CoMM 0
july 28 .
3OBushels or 25,000 b
DON'S FAMILY P
vast and increasing deranid,'fi.Ih
justly celebrated Medicine, an V zli6"
cures they are daily effectin
the country where they liaveb p
of Dyspepsia, Liver Corriplliis
Discases, with their well, kinoW
Sick Head-sche, &c., hasrind
signed to make arrangenient '_
stocks direct from the Proprigsf t
say to their numerous cutomer 6"
prepared to supply them; whoea -a
at New York prideq.
11-7 2 per doxen, or 24cnil -
. By P. Melvin oh-en,'No. A
flaviland, Harral & Allen, Kiii
son Carter, Meeting street;: -
Broad street;- and Amnos Heid -
Bay and. Broad' street, ClharleutJ;V
Hanibukgr and - J. D."TI1l
OR the cure of IV/dte s
F and other iumors, Ulter s
and fresh Wounds, Sprains and .8
higs, and Inflammatwio ncalt
Breasts, of omen, Rheuiaacw paan
Eruptions,. Chilblains, fhjidowsB'
and external diseases generalyllyil "h'
greatly superior to any~ mediciaeh
discovered for the chafed backii
horses,- for ringworms, chapped.: -
short for every externalbudily*evil
to the lot of man or beast 'be'propr
this noble specific.can ositively's
fear ofcontradi ' is
that is known in these days, in
above complaints. Indeed toosn
be said in its favor, forther p
certain'than its efficacy inheiset 6
it is reconnended,:and, the P
lion of its curesaireinch 'as
ance of beigimiracualo6s oK~4e 2
without this aliost uversaabI IM
minates of all houses arp
& c..&c *4Nfrom ay
can receiv.bo liiki
D R. LE0.K
l1 ilE startling drawback- on -eaj
..dicinial-Agentriusbas everreen haft:
psrocss~ of purgation and puriflatenii i4~
ailso Debilitated the Systeni.-Hlue . bgbe
Medicines have always beern regardedatbut
but a Necssar3 Eril,.Patienrts resortig 'a
for the relief of one disease at tdiec
aniother.-Tro obviate this Physiciansln
soughit for rio Agent that would at ime ?
timie PURGE, PUJRIFY and .STRE6
EN-.- But their efibrts were nearly4fi~ie -
anrd they had abinost despaired ofsnee~w
thre labors oflscience, and research wC ~ e~
warded by a discovery which fulh realsrbs
fondest desires of the Medical< aaU~sl
which is justly regarded asoneoftb~n~~
portant TIrmmrrphe that Pharmuaer.
chieved.-This imiportant desiditaIiI
ed Dr. LEROY'S VEGETABIt
SA L PILLS, wiich purify ttie7!Bhodd b
move all corrupt, anid vitiated lismoi jan
healthy accumwulations fromsthe bodj
tier never before rivulledt and obi
drnce no weakness or flaissitud
on the contrary, tone'the Stoma
rate the constitution duringthre:
opcraitions ! Dr. L~e Roy':.Pll
those heretofore irreconsilrililh
table qualities, EvacuatioiaiTd'g rhz~i
they are at thre same time iSTR~f
ING PURG.ATIVE,and aPUliFE
The two principle ingredientsa i
Roy's Pills are WILD CHERRY
SA PA RiLLA, so prepared jhiat ea
the beneficial effect of the othre;,s
streingthieinig, while the latter, thro
with various ve.;etable ingredionii,
aind puries-thuis they supei-indoce
ity or lassituido of thie'Digestiv'e Fuf
hence their operations are attended b
action, or subsequent Costiveness-.~
Dr. Le Roy's Pills .are thihoeb
sear ching Medicine in existence. ~
attack the very root of Diseiisse(ri
tion is so promipi, thats inaiTiba'ufo
,thiey are taikein, the pahiept snwr
good effects. They rfit only o
Blorod, butalso orithechiyle, of'
is formed, and thiissecureagood)b
fountain head, moicover theyp~
nansea, griping or debilitj n
Medleine they have no riva.. P1Iels
per' Box. -.a
For sale by I. D. TfBBET',
C.l1., S.C. .july7 ,'*Pi
The II. S. Nisrf 3
DISTRICT OF SOUT~e
IN BA NKIgARC
TN the Matter of Thomaa-MO
k.chant of Barnwell Distieib~
Psinraint tnain Order of titeTN
the United States, for the .:
Carolina, No'tice' is herebygiy
shiewis beforre the said ou
Court H-ouse-in Chaiirestbr,
dary of Nov ember next, at eleei4
evh, tire said -Thiomas M..O
rece'ive hris Discharge ncet
Charrleston 14th da