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New aH and
I HE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully call the
J. Choice stock of
FAZ & JI"y
Rich English French & American Prints,
Plaid & isuip'd Muslin Do Laines,
Printed aud plain Cashmeres,
Rich .fd & strip'd color'd Silks,
Super fig'd Foulard do
-Plain black Silks and India Satin,
Wide black do rot Mantillas,
Chamelion Miohair plaids and stripes,
Belvedere & Buena Vista do do
Black and fancy colored Ginghams.
Super-black Bombazine & Alpaceasf
Plan and fig'd Alpaccas and Morinos,
Cashmese and Zephyr Wool Shawl%,
A large lot of Overcoats and T
2000 pairs Shoes, embraciig ei
12 cases Menis and Boys Dot
300 pair l.adies Slippers and I
-. 1800 yards Georgia Plains fron
1800 " Northern Kerseys,
A large lot Negro and fine Bed
1500 lbs. Hemlock and Oak tar
500 " Black and russet Upp
400 " best Harness
Large lot of Calf and Kip Skir
100 kegs cut Nuals and Brads, i
1200 lbs. assorted Castings.
A LAROE AND COMPLE
Hardware and Cutlery,
- Glass, Crockery and Tin Ware,
Drugs, Paints, and Oils.
The above comprise but a portion of the larg
hand, and ivhich will all lbe sold at praCes to suit Il
We embrace this opportuity to make our a
continuance of the same.
Lands ani Negroes
N Saturday the first day of January, 1848,
0 (by virtue of.the last Will and Testament
of Col. Michael Watson, dec'd.,) we will offur
for sale, at the residence of his wiow, on the
Ridge, inEdgefield. District, the following es
*ate, real and personal. to wit
The tract of land containing 477 acres, more
or less, known as, and Lalled the Jones Tract.
bounded by lands of Major Tillman Watson,
Jesse Smith, Stanmoie Watson, Burrell Boat
wright, and landsor the estate ofAmos W. Sat
cher, deceased. These lands are highly pro
ductive in small grain, corn and cotton. There
are on the piemises about 160 acres cleared and
under good fence, -of which about 40 acres is
second years new ground;-the whole tract is
well watered and well timbered, and contains
some handsome sites flor building, on and near
the old Cambridge road.
We will also offer for sale, on the same day,
12 or 15 Likely Negroes,
among whom there will be some very prime
The above p erty, both Real and Person
al, will be sold on a credit of one, two and
three years, in eqnal instalments, with interest
on the whole sum, payable annually. The
pinrchase money to be secured by bond and
mortgage, with unexceptionable personal se
curity. W. M. MYERS,
R. H. RAINES,
Quliped'Fcutors, under dho last lill and
- mestarncrt of Cl Michael Watson, dec'd.
octohier-W 11 39
'A'ew a nd Bewasllistl Goods
BOWDREE & CLAGGETT.
- AVE'-just opened one of the richest and
m beanutiful Stock of
which hiis eer been brought to- the Augusta
market. In Dress Goods for Ladies, we have
amostmagnificent assortin'ent. In. Goodb for
Gitlemean's wear, suchas ploths, Cassimeres,
.Vestings, &ca. we have, the best stock this side
of N6w York. In Domnestic Goods, such as
*Fisiitels; -Satinets, Key Jeans, Kerseys. Lin
mays, Bleach'ed-and Drown Shirtings, 5-4, 6-4,
10:4 and 12.4 Sheetings, super Bed Blankets,
Negro Blankets, &c., with every article which
belongs to the
Dry Goods Trade,
Swhich we are disposed to sell rsow. We invite
purchasers visiting Augusta to call and excam
. ine our Stock. Our Store is 1he first Dryj
Goods Stors above the Post Ofse Corner, Au
We also keeppon handt an assortment of BA
BY JUMPERS or Nurses Assistant, one of
- the greatest things ina tho world fur young
Sept.22 (It ' 35
Warehouse & Commaissionl.
EH AMBURG, S. C.
TU HESubscriber begs leave to inform his
.3.friends and the public generally, that he
will continue the
W~areiuomse & Comusissione
AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT.
The convenience of this Establishment is too
well known to zequire tmnch comment. Cotton
- or other Produce once in store can be putt oun
the Rail. Road without the additional expence
of drayage, &e.; whnich is certainly an item
* worth notice, both to merehimnts and planters.
My charges will be as reasonable as other
like concerns in' the place, and the usual facili
E ties given to those who may give rme their pa
tronage.; B. M. RLODGERS.
sept.15a 3m 34
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
JN TIHE COMMON PLEAS.
Williamson Dalton, ) Declaration.
vs. Foraign Attachment.
Samuel Bateman, '
TH.E Plaintiff in the above case, hiaving
this day filed his Declaration in miy ol
fico, and the Defendant having nmeither wife
uor attorney, known to reside within the limits
of this State, on whonr a copy of said Declara
tieon, with a rule to plead, can be served. On
motion of Mr. Yancey, Plaintifl's attorney, or
dered, that the said Defendant appear and plead
to the said Declaration, within a year and a
day. from. the date hereof, or judgment will be
awarded against him by default.
TI..O. G. BACON, Clerk.
- Clerk's Office, Edgefiold C. 1.24th Sep. 1846
september 30 ly - 36.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
- IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
vs. 1Dclarationr.i& Attach
Eli.Clark. ) ment.
HE Plaintiff it. the above eases;-having
thsdyfiled his Declarations in my of
e, and the Defendant havingt neither Wife
nortAtorney,known to reside within the limits
'ofithe said state, on whcen a copy of said dcc
larattons with a rule to plead thereon can be
satved,ton motion of Mr Wardlaw, Plaintiffs
Attorney, it is ordered, that the said Defendant1
nper and plead to thesaid Declarations within
- -a ie~ nnd a day, from the date hereof, or
udgngtwill be awarded against him by de
jt '? T. G,. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, April 30, 1847, 1y 13 -
* h-friends'of WESILEY BODIE, an
i noattehinWgas a candidate-for' tbe -office. of,
- Shez,r ada4&rM gaiti
auction of purchasers tQ their Large and
, PART OF
Blue and black Cloths,
Black and ftacy Cassimores,
atin and worsted Vesting4,
Plain and figiured English Tweeds,
[andsome Goods for Boys wear,
Red, white, green and yellow Flannels,
Heavy wool Plaids and Linseys,
Cotton and wool Carpetiig,
A choice lot of Gloves and Hosiery,
ChimiscUes and Collais,
Muslns and Lace Trimiiig,
Bilk Gimps and Fiinges,
Ladies Morino Vests,
i Schley Factory, at factory pt ices,
mated Sole Leather,
tsortod, from 4 to 20d.
TE ASSORTMENT OF
Hats, Caps and gonnets,
Gentlemen's and Ladies Saddles,
Trunks, Carpet and Saddle Imags,
" ALL KINDS.
:e and extensive stock whict we now have on
1e tunics. . -
Akowledgements for past favors, and solicit a
New Fall Dry Goods.
Win. U. ORAME
S now receiving a siplendid stock of New
Irall Goods, among which may .be
"ound the following
t.ich plain Plaid and stripe Chameleon Silks,
do 4.4 do do do black do
do watered black Silk,
do embroidered Cashmeres,
do plain and figured Autslin Do Laines and
Embroidered Muslin Dresses (for party's,)
Black and colored Alpacras.
34 Turkeny Shawls,
3-4 Satin, Silk and Cashmero Shawls,
12 4 linen. Sheetings,
[24 cotton do
3-4,4 4, 5 4, and 64 Furniture Dimity,
Curtain materials of all kinds,
[rish Linens, Calicoes, Satinetts,
Cassimeres, Kentucky Jeans, &c. &c.
Making the most splendid stock of DRY
GOODS ever brought to this city. lie wiltalso
be receiving weekly supplies throngaot the
Fall and Winter, to which he invites the atten
ion of the public.
Augusta, October 8, 1847. .
octoer 136t 38
TIE Subscriber is now receiving his stock
Fall and Winter Goods,
Consisting in part of the following Goods, viz.
FOR LADIES WEAR,
Black. Bormbasne, black Alpaca-, colored
Plaid Silk, plaid Cashmere, Rep Cash
California and Fremont plaids, Tartan
plaids. and M. De Lanea..
Cassiteres and -Vestings.gfor gentlemen's
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,
Boots and Shoes,
Kersey, Blankets, [Hats and Caps,
With many other articles too tedious to men
Thankful for past favors, and hopes by strict
ittettion to business. atnd a disposition to please
to share a continuance of the same.
B. C. BRYAN.
Edgcfield C. IT., Sept. 28th, 1847.
seplr 2t 2mu Sti
New Fall & WLinter'IGootds.
G. L. & E. PENIV
AV E received a large :anda most desirable
lIStock of NEWV GOODS, to suit the
sason, consistig of a genecral asso'rtmnent of '
taple and Fancy Goods,
Groceries of all kinds,
Hats and Caps, shoes and Boots,
Hard ware and Crockcry,
Drugs and Mledicines,
Books and Stationary,
A splendid stock of Bonnets,
And a variety of other articles nsually kept
in ourline, all of which will be sold on the most
TIhey invite their friends to call anid examine
he stock, and they promise to give them good
Ssepr29 _ _if 36
T HIE Subscribers announce to their friends
and the public, that they have opened
ie house formotly occupied by Mir. B.J. Ryan,
n Edgefield villago, and are prepared to accoma
nodato all those who nmay favor them with t heir
atroage, with comfortable fare for themselves
Their TIable will lie always provided with the
est the market ali'ords, and attended to by
bligi ng atnd comnpetenat servants.
Their Stables will lie attended to by first rate
stes, who will be in waiting at all hours, by
lay or night, to see that horses are properly ta'
en care of. CH ARLES J. G[LOVER,
sept 22 t f 35
gH E undersigned will practice in piartner.
P ship in the Courts of Law anid Equity
fo Edgefield District.
THIOM~AS 11. POPE,
W. WV. ADAMlS.
october 20. 3m 39
STATEi OF SOUT H CA ROLINA
EDGE FIELD DISTRICT.
IN TIlE COURT OF ORDINA RY.
BJO NL ,Es., Ordinary of
BEdgofield District :
Whereas William Carter hath npplied
to me for Letters of Administration, on all
aad singular the goods and chattels, rights
and credits of Beverly A. Carter Iato of
the District, aforesnid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ib all and singular, the kindred and cred
itors of the said deceased, to be and-appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court
or the said District, to be holden at Edge.
leld Court House, on the first day of No
rember next, to show cause, if any, why
he said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this thd
1th day ol October, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
'orty-seven, and in the 72d year of Amor
JOHN HIILL O. E. D.
A NEW-lot of'vry.4 a n
which will be sold;o s
Also-A lot of flue Flon t
jnne 9 7 20 w
Mr. & Mrs. U s
SO -5W - .o g'
AT COLUMBrA rt
H IS School for YOUN1 [ES-wall vi
.k be ro-opened, in thear onmo. C
dious building opposite t66 E hurch, di
oin the second .1 onday in No ' ..
TERlMs-PER QUA , A
Board, including all items, 450 no E
Instruction in Spelling aiu 8 00 n
The above with Writing al i a
metic, 1000 a
The above with Grammar, ra
phy and History,- FT; 12 00 a
The above with higher branch 15 00 8l
Piano and Guitar, each, 15 00 ti
Harp, 20 00 a
Use of Piano and Guitar 200 v1
Use of the Harp, 5 00 n
French, German, Latii ae 15 00 ti
Drawing and Painting, '12 00 a
Competetit Teachers imn .T above t
studies are engaged. Mad -as, from h;
Charleston, wiIl give a cour" cIn Los- ta
sons, during the nionths-of r.and Dc- tl
cember, terms $12 00.
. Mrs. IlAssat.r1, gives evdr a sson in
Vocal Music, free orcharge P
The Yount lAdies' rooms wi e supplied s
with fire. PIrirour boardes cai ''idmitted. f0
All payment in advance from- timr ol ad- w
mittance, but noie for less than' e quarter.
The lon. A. P. Butler, Cha lor Harper t
Professor Laborde, of the South oltna Col- I"
loge, and Mrs. M. C. Izard, ofC imbia, who w
had the confidencu to send theiri1 ughters dur
ing the last two years to Mrs. sell, have by
been kind enough to allow thar n.es to be t
given as references. o
September 1 Ot 32 at
The Pendleton Messenger will lease copy, lim
Walker & Brad ord, -
Warehouse As Cona 8ission
Merchants-Hambu' S C.
T HIE undersigned respectfull aforim their
friends and the publictlat by.still con
tinue the WAREQOUSE & CO MISSION -
BUSINESS at their old stand,- own as the
Water-Proof Warehouse; where ey. will'de.
vote their personal attention, toal Isiness en
trusted to their care.
Their rates for selling and stori lof-Cotton j
or other produco, receiving an forwarding D
Merchandize are the same as her dfore. a(
Orders for Supplies will be pro ty execut- at
ed at the lowest market prica - th
Thankful for past patronage so iberally be- b
stowed on us we respectfully sol' t4 continu- .
ance of the same. tr
WALKER & BRA FORD. 1
Hamburg, August 27, 18-17. m 32 1e
WsWL KE TCII1IV CO., p!
HAMBURG, S C gi
AVE removed their stocko Dry Goods
to the Store under th e Ame an'I-Hotel,
(late Hubbard's,) where it is thei urpose to st
keep a full assortment of N .
Anmerican, French aid gglish ri
DRY GO bi
We would take this opportuisl reiturn our
thanks to our numerous frionas 0ihe very
liberal patronage bestowed on ui. he last six
years, and would solicit a continu ice.ofiheir
We would also ivite all persons ying Dry
Goods in Hmburg, who are nofai ready on
our large list of subscribers to lrisaLa:
Our stock will coansroTh lrriid
more general assoriment than we have hereto- 11
fore kept. We slhall also continne to keep.our
usual assortment o~f Carpetirig, Oil C.loth, Floor Sf
Matting, Bonnets, and Ladies and Childrens C
Shoes. - -
-'N. B.-Juast received a full assortnient of all
numbers of genuine .a
Dutich Dolling filoths, tli
whlich togeaher with all articles tnour line will fia
be sold us low as they can be procured ina 11am- I
buarg or Augusta. - TF
WM. KETCH AM& CO. I'd
Hlatnburg, S. C. Aug. 7-11- tf 29 N
F A CT $ORA GE,
-THE Subscrabers S
have purchased fromnv
Nathaan L.Guiliin,Esq', hi
~ the Cotton Warehouse ft
ian llamabaurg, recently occnpied by Dr. J. F' m
Griflina, and formerly by Mesurs. H. L. Jeffers tli,
& Co.; situated at thae foot of the -Hill, and in- di
mediately at the head of the main busanessa
street. From it4 superior location, arid being m
surrounded by a stream of water, in is comnpar- bi
atively exemplt from the casutalty offire ad cmn
tirely above the reach of high freshets.
TheiLy propiose to carry on exclusively thae rc
WARE-inU)SE &5 OENERAL FACTORIAGE am
unner the firnm of G EIGER & PARTrLOWV. ii
Havinag engaged an experienced aand coim- al
potent assastant, in additiona to their owvn per
sonal aittotation, and possessing mens to mrake' Ia
liberatl advances on Prodatce consigned to their tc
care, they hereby render their services to Plan- b<
ters, Merchanrts and others, in the -starage and 01
Cotton, Flour, Bacon, fr
and other Prouce, in Receiving and Forward- ~
ing Merchandise, uad purchasing goods to or
Theair charges will be regulated by the usual
rates of the pla1ce.b
W. W. GEIG ER,
. JA MES Y. L. PAILTLOW. .
Hamnbinrg, June 3,1840. n a
juno 9Gi 20
TO T RlE PUBLi0.n
T'R E underiiigned would g
respectfully. ausoaune .t0
Travellers and persons vis
S* iaing Habi thiat he haas
taken fori ia. of years. C
-the Hlotel? ,1own as is
hieht it is lais purpose tokeep as such a /iduso
shoudM be kept, and will only promaso to all wvho
favor him with a call, that lie will do all in his
power to please; and where as imuch comfort
and quiet may beiexpected as can be found in
any Public House. -'
A careful anid attentive Hostler will be kept p1
constantly in the Stable, and Horses'-shall be
atteaded to in a way that shall givoentire satis
f actions. * cffrslctd
A liberal patronage isr edifaMeslctd
Hamburg, March 8-10 7
T HI E undersignedlmayingyinstjaithe neces- ki
Asary arrangements;5is now pgpared to j
furnish 00fHRns of every descrtpjaon, at the w
hortest notice, and whlr'gsveai branch of isy
business hais personal -attention. He-has also
now fliihed. a new anid -elegahnjIfeharse.
which wall be in readiness atany tinie to attend -
Funerals. His charges wal be reasonable and
EdgefleldL-C HI du 28 27 ti
!yler's Ague & Fever Pills.
CERTAIN. safe and effectual cure for
Ague and Fever, in all varied forms. Al
an excellent Tonic in Dyspepsia, Palpita. 4
in of the Heart, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia, 4
ervous and other diseases, which arise from a i
eak and debilitated condition of the system. j
B-11imore, Decernber 15th, 1843. t
Dr. G. K. TYL~rI.-Dear Sir.-It is with t
eat pleasure that I announce to you a perfect r
storation of my healsh by the use of your in- .
Inable pills. I had been sulffring from
hills and Fevers for eighteen or twenty months, k
Iring which time I took five bottles of Row- t
id's Tonic Mixtube, Dr. Sherman's Feverand a
gue Lozenges,~Dr. Love's Vegetable Elixir, I
eener's Powders, Barks, Quinine, Thompso. t
an Medicines, Arsenic, Herbs, and in fihct
most all the popular remedies I could hear of;
id yet received no lasting beniefit. The chills I
ere.stolped by Quinine and other things, but a
ter a fow days or weeks they would return J
lin, as bad or worse than before Towards I
e last the chills came only every third day, I
d these were followed by fever of such se
rity as to affect my reason and it was found
cesarv for some one to watch with me un
the paroxysm passed of. At laht I procured
box ofyour pills, and only took four of them;
is so completely stopped the chills, that I
Lve never had a return of them up to this
ne, (nearly two years) and near a year of
is time was passed in the same place where I
st caught the disease. -
That my case is not one cured by chance is c
oven from the fact that four pills out of the j
me box cured Capt. Reuben Banks, so ef- t
tually that lie has never had the dibease siace,
ereas before he often suffered from it. Two
ber person were also cured by the contents of
is same box, and they neither of theni have
d a return ofit although 'they both reside I
here they are exposed every season.
I know several others who have been cured
your pills, but it is unnecessary to detail
War cases. The best certificates of their effici- I
cy im, Cnills and Fever, will be a few doses,
d if they are as beneficial to others as they a
ve been to me they may be truly calleda pub- i
I am with much respect your obee't. serv't. r
For salo by T. Risley, Hamburg. S. C., and
J. D. I'IBBETTS,
Edgefield C. H., S. C.
july 28 Gm 27
Liutena Cordial; or the
ELIXIR OF LOVE.
HIS is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption, Barrenness,
ipotency, Incorhma or Whites, Obstauction,
ificult or Painful Menstruation,Incontinence
Urine, or Involuntary Discharge thereof;
id for general proutration of the system, jvhe
er the result of inherent causes or produced
' irregularity, illness or ac.ident.
There is not a shadow of doubt that this is
Le, and were not the subject of too delicate a
iture, hundreds would testify to the unrival
d efficacy of this Cordial as a specific for bar
nuess, four albus, glects, irregularities in the
cretions, pains in the Kidneys. feiale sup
essions. For sale by all the principal Drug
sts in Augusta, Hamburg and Charleston.
1-7 Price, $3 per bottle.
For sale by Haviland, Harral & Allen, King
reet; P. Melvin Cohen, No.19 Hayne street;
elson Carter, Meeting street, and E. M. Ca
y, Broad street, Charleston ; T. Risley,'Hamaa
arg; and J. D. TIBBETTS,
Edgefield Court House, S. C.
july 28 6w 27
DR.. JOFL BiRANHAM'S t
rIYER ? DISPECTIC I
[N offerinag this valuable Medicine to the peoo
pie of S. Carolina for the relief and cure of
any diseases incident to a Sotthern climate,
Jo not claim for it infallibility; neither do 1
y it will cure all diseases. But i.
HRONIC LIVER AFFECTiONS
I can confidently advise arnd recommend its
e, from rry piersonal observationa and use of
e article in any own practice. This article is
vorably received wherever at lhas been used.
mm allowed to refer to Mr. George U eard of
roup, Mr. John Wtarren of Columbus, Mr.
cAlueof Cobb, Mr. Asbury H nll of Athenis, i
r. Willitam I). Terrell of Putnam, Rev'd.
hnii E. Dawsoni of Lal~ranage; to whicha a i
eat number ol names might be added, who
ar their testimony to its valtue.
abitual costiveness is found very frequently I
nnected with feeble constitutions, anad per
n of sedentary habits, which often' exert a
ry unfavorable influenice upont the general
etiah of the subject; and is particularly mani-t
sted by a restless anad desponding state of the
iad, irregular if nut a loss of appetite. Fort
is condition of ;he system, this article is contfi- I
rtly recommaaended with the positive assur
ace that if the dose is properly adijnsted, so as I
at to move the bowels too actively, relief maty
relied oni, wvithaout any, eveni the least oh the I
apleasanit consequenaces, resulting from the<
e of the commnont purging medicines usunlly a
sorted to. This article will be fountd to act I
a pleasant cordial nad ttnic, restoring the
petite, and at the samen time fualfillinag every I
dicttioni thtat the commaona purging amedicines a
'e designted to effect.
Thero are some constitutions liable to regu}~
r attacks of Bilious fever almoust every fall,
such, I recommiend the tuse of this Medicinie,
ginning at least by the middri of May, or first
Many persons whose Digestive organs are
eble, often experience a seniso of fullntess, 1
eight, and oppressiona, about the atomach taf I
r eatig-in such ecases a dose of this mnedi
ne will often afford immediate relief-.
Pregnant women often sufl'er from heart I
ar and costiventess, they maay use the article I
ithiout the least danger and witha great benefit,
itick or nervous head-ache, at is a most valu-.
I could append a long list oaf certificates, btut I
retr, preferring to rely on the virtues of the I
edicine to stustamt itself. The mnedicine is a
mile and certain cathartic tonic tatnd suidorific.
JOEL BRANHAM. a
For sale -by Robert Anderson, Liberty'Hill,
heatem & Settle, Duaatonasville, Charles Free- t
an, Cairo P. 0., anad
J. D. TIBBETTS, I
Edgefield C. H.i
sept.8 -ly 33 1
TILMOT PROVISO, OR NORTH
ERN. ABOLiTIONIST, NO AC-I
COUNT TO ME.
WANT, inmmiedately, three or fouarJottr
ney men PAINTERS, which constant em -
oytwilt be given, by appyzg to
Ed~aJeld CouTL House, S. C.
septr 29tf 3
SOUWI CA ROLINA.
ILLIAM BROWN, livinag about eight
males above the Court House, eon Trurl a
'y Creek, tolls before me atn estray sorre
ORSE, blind in the right eye, both hind feett
ate, a blaze in the face, sntpposed to be nine
ars old. Appraised at forty dollars.
C. MITCHELL, Magistrate.
octobr 6 ]am4m 37
l7The friendgjof JA MES SPANN, Esqr..
peefully announce him as a candidate for
a oiceof Tax Collector, atthe ensning elec
n april14 tf~ 1%
Dr. Gordon's Pills.
Bushels or 25,000 boxes of Dr. GOR
10O DON'S FAMILY PILLS.-The
list and increasing demand for this new and
ustly celebrated Medicine, and the numerous
ores they are daily ei'ecting in all portions of
lie country where they have been introduced,
if Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints and Billious
)iseases, with their well known attendants
iick llead-ache, &c., has induced the under
igned to make arrangements to receive their
tocks direct from'the Proprietor, and wotild
ay to their numerous customers'that they are
repared to supply them, wholesale or retail,
t New York prices.
01T $2 per doxen, or 24 cents per box.
By P. Melvin Cohen, No. 19 Hayne street
Iav;land, Harral & Allen, King street; Nel
on Carter, Meeting street; E. M. Carey
3road street; and Amos Head, corner Eas
lay and Broad street, Charlesap n; 1. Risley
Iamburg; ani J. D. TBBETTS,
Edgefield Court House, S. C.
july 28 6m 27
- ESTIMONI[ALS.-Extract of a lettej
ff from Dr. Waines, of Philadelphia, Feb.
, 1840.-" Your Pills are the mildest in thei
perations, and yet most powerful in their el
cts, of any that I have ever met with in a prac
ce of eight and twenty years. Their action or
ie chyfe and hence on the impurities of the
lood, is evidently very surprising.'
Extract of a letter from Dr. Henry Hall, o:
tuebec, L. C., March 6, 184 1.-" For bilioni
Dvcrs, sicc headaches, torpidity of the bowels
nd enlargement of the spleen, Dr. Peters
'ills are an excellent medicine."
For sale by all the Druggists in Augusta
Jamburg, and in Charleston by P. Melvir
0ohen, No. 19 Ilayne street, Haviland. [Jar
al & Allen, King street; Nelson'Carter, Meet
g street; E. M. Carey, Broad street. ant
mos Head. corner East Bay and Broad street
. Risley, Hamburg; and
J. D. TIBBETTS.
Edgefield Court House, S. C.
july 28 6m 27
P OR the cute of White Swellings. Scrofulas
and other tumors, Ueers, Svre Legs, ok
ud fresh Wounds, Sprains and Bruises, Stcel
ings, and Inflammation, Scald Head, Son
Preases, of women, Rheumauw pains, Tellers
'rupions, Chilblains, Whitlows, Biles, Corns
mid external diseases generally. It is likewism
reatly superior to any medicine heretofort
liscovered for the chafed backs and limbs of
orses; for ringworms, chapped lips, 'and in
bort for every external beidily evil that may fal
o the lot of man or beast. The proprietor of
his noble specific can positively state, withoul
bar of contradiction, that it is vastly superio
o any compound ever discovered, or at leasl
hat is known in these days, in the cure of the
bove complaints. Indeed, too much cannoi
e said in its favor, for there is nothing more
ertain, than its efficacy in the matters for which
t is recommended, and- the speed and perfec
ion of its cures are such as to *have the appear
nee of being miraoarlous. No house should be
vithout this almost universal ointment, for the
umates of all houses are liable to scalds,scratch
, cuts, bruises, burns, corns, chapped lips,
4. &c. &c.;. frorifran or all of which they
an receive but little injry if they have a box
f Harrison's unrivalled specific to contend
ith them. For Piles and Salt Rheum it sur
asses all other retmedies.
For sale by T. Rislev, Hanmburg; and
3. D. TIBBETTS,
Edgefteld Court House, S. C.
July 28 6mt 27
LIEALTHl MADE EASY.
D R. L E R O Y'S,
VEGETrAILE UNIVERSAL PILLS.
H lE startlinig drawback ott nearly all Me
dicitnal Age.nts has ever been thtat in thens
rocess of puritation and purification they have
Iso Debiliiated the Sysem.-llnce Purgative
ledicmnes htave alwaysbeesn regarded as att best
ut a Nceessar3 Evil, Patients resorting to themr
ar the relief of one disease at the expence of
nother.-To obviate this Physicians have long
ought for an Agetnt that woud at thte samec
me PURGE, PURIFY and STRENGTH
~N. But thecir ef'orts were tiearly fruitless,
nd they had alitost despaired of success when
lbe labors of scietice, arid research were re
ardeid by a discovery which fully realized the
andest diesires of the Medical Faculty, and
vhicht isjutstly regatrded as onteof thec most im
ortant Triumph; that Pha~rmtacy has ever a
hieved.-Thtis imiporutnt deswideratum is nam
d Dr. LE ROY'S VEGETABLE UNIVER.
AL PILLS, wihich purify the Blood and re.
ove all cot rutpt, anidvitiated humors, and oun.
althty accumnulations front the body in a man
ir never btefore rivalled, and which yet pro.
ce no wveaknetss or lassitude whatever, but
u the conitrary, totte the Stomach anid invigo!
ate the constitutioji during the progress of theii
perations! Dr. Le Roy's Pills, in fact unite
hose heretofore irreconacilable,'but most desir
ble qualities, Evacuation and invigorationi, for
toy are at thie samie time a STRENGTH EN
NG PURtGATLVE, and a PU RIFYING TO
The two principle .iniredients in Dr. Le
toy's Pills are WILD CH ERRY and SAR.
IAPA RILLA, so prepared that each promiotes
he benel'cial effect of the other, the former
trengthienin'g, while the latter, through its uuiont
ith various vegetable ingredients, evacuates,
nd purities-tus they superiniduce ito torpid.
ty or lassitude of the Digestive Functions, and
nce their operations are attended by no Re
etion, or suibsequent Costiveness.
Dr. Le Roy's Pills are the must active and
eatcing Medlicinie in existence. They at once
ttack the very root of Diseases.' and their ac
on is so prompt, that in an hour or two after
ey are taken. the patient is aware of their
ood effects. They not only operate on the
lood, buttabso on the chyle, of which the blood
Sformzed, anid this secures good blood from the
yuntain head, moteover they' produce neithier
ausea, guiping or debility, and as a family
ledicine they have no riva.-Pice 25 CENrs
For sale by J. D. TIBBETT'S, Edgefied
X. H., S.C. july 7 hun 24
liayley's here Yet !
M ASH m'ade at 6.j cenuts per light, for all
Sash conutaining 15 lights to the windowi
nd upwards, all windows containitng less 7 ets,
All kinds of FURNITURE made to order,
the old stand, I mile fron. Gilgal Church,
d 17 from Cambridge, upon the Martintown
All orders. left at. this office wvilh be attended
a. WM. BIAYLEY.
august 25 tf 31
Abbeville Banner and Anderson Gazette co
y three times.
RYE IFOR SALE
I9 Bushels RY E SEED, oh best quality
for sale by the sumbscrbers.*
G. L. & E. PENN.
A PPLICATION willea4iid
gislature of this Statc'fatiitii
lor an alteratiun in the Ciarter;UViE
Edgefield, so as to give.tosaid4iw
the money arising from Licenpes
8 HEREBY GIVEN, Thdt ana...
will be made to the Legislitur
Carolina at its next sessioi, to
a Public Road, from a point'on I' I
road, in Edgefield Districti at'r -i
of Thomas C. Griffin, to rinihru
of James Cresswell, and.to interse*
called the old Charleston road;,at
ford on the small creek crossing si:
tor road, about three hundred'yards
Gin housc of N. L. Griffin, son-hiaJs P
near Cambridge. - At the same',tin
t cation will lie made todiscontinae tbi -
leston road between the bridge ova
six creek, and the point wherethe
new public road will interseet said
aug 16 M
S HEREBY GIVEN, That an
will be made at the next sessio -o
gislature of S. C., to amend the Char
Edgefield Rail Road Companj,sio*
ize the said Company to indreuse i
stock, and also to construct a Ra
Edgefield Court House, through -t
of Edgefield and Abbeville, to a,
some point in Pendleton Distract, on
Savannah river or its tributary streaiis -
]S hereby given, that an appli.e -6,
made to the Legislature of this.-S
next sitting, for a Charter to cons
Road, or Turnpike Road, from Hanb
the Valley of the Savannah Rivere g
twenty-five miles of the same, to theifan
Georgia and North Carolina, also a C
building a toll Bridge over t he said. e
its tributaries at a suitable place.as
renewal of the original Charter; fi
ment for a Bank in the Town of'H ,
South Carolina, granted the 22d 'ay
cender,1822. Also, foramendin-ibe a
of the American and German Tralin d.I
surance Company, granted the]9thld
HENRY SHULTZ; u
of Hamburg, Soulah.
Hamburg, S. C., August 12.,,
september 15 th8tP'
- r >tice.
A LL those indeuted to-the-estateifCJi
Joliuson, dec'd., are requested %to k
immediate payment, and those lhavingtdem'and
i to present them properly attested.
C. B. GOULDEN ,fj11 '
July 7 t
A LL persons Iddebted ti the est*.
. Augustus W. Burt, dee'd., are si
to make immediate'payment, and thosai
demands against said estate, are
present them for payment.'properaes
WM. hi. BURiA~
.ILL Persons indebted. beiito
George Pope deceased eb
fled that it is a
the money due the Estateand tbat
do not pay willgbe sued.Ldffore re
The Notes are inthe-handsf
J.- W..Gbs s
A LL those indebted to the old flrr
..ley & Bryana, either by Note ore
are requested to come forwar'd sma stne~
We are compelled to bring the bti salie
close. -E. B. PRESL Y '
.B. C. BRYANY
September 7, 1847. ta
ALL Persons having any demahdyisi$
~teestates of Tho:. Reynolds, Senr.;~and
end ini the Ordinary's Office, on . Moiia
the 3r'd day of January next,. and spreiseut
their demands properly attested, as Ldeaire teA
close up the estate. '.
augumst 25 3:a
A.LL persons indebted to the estate o R
bert Hudson, deceased., are requaete(
make imamediato payment, and thoso ha'vmg
demands against the estato,.are sequeto~
present them for payment, propery t e4k
Notie. " 4,.el
A L L Persons indebted to us ini ona WE
ti. cantile business, are hereby nel
longer indulgence can, nor will not~bA1
We must close our business. A wd ois
wvise is sufficient. A. BLAND,
Edgefield C. .4.0C,
__ ept. t0, 1847.
A LL Persons indebted to theestateofC
les G. Garrett, dec'd., are requnested?'~
make immediate payment and, those ai4 -
demands against said estate are. requeset~
present them for pay ment properly atteste~
sapt 8 sm f
A estate of Henry Carr, de'd ,are'5'
ed to present them legally attested:~
aidebted are requested to make immedat~
mnent. . THOS. LAKE, Adrrasni ib~~
M R. R OFF, who held c'onditionally.ni
terest in the right of Edgefleld D
to Hlotchkiss' Reaction Mill ;'neels, (Pate '
has never complied w'. said conditio ~
fore he hiolds no anterest, and hard
sell or aae any contract for saimd4 -
We, the undersigned arc the owper~g
right, 'and a'tght purchased'.from aimyo
unless our agent, will not be good~'
M r. J. Tr. W.EB.ER, we atnori,
power to act as oragent~ 4
COTHIRAN & 110
March 1. 1847. . t"
AA RON A. Clark, Edgeflek4
or otherwiso. - 1
PdMEON ATTAWAY2; ivingupbr
Creek, nearithe Higgins 'erry road to E
before me, a small sorrel 'MULEgsieo
of gear, between fifteen and twentyy
Appraised at fifeen dollars. '"~
H '%RDY WHITEI