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]emale High Schools
R EV. T. CUR 1Tu, D. D., and Rev. W
'lhe Scholastic vear of this institution will
commetoi on the hret Wednesday im January
Per term of half a ycar, payable in aivanee.
Instruction-Pritary Department, $20 00
Other Departments, -Z 00
Mlusic-Piano or Harp, including Vo
cal Mlusic, 25 00
Guitar. 20 00
Use of Piano, 2 50
Use of Harp, 5 00
French, 20 00
Drawimg and Painting, 20 00
Board, 50 00
No extras. except for Books, Stationery, etc.
It is particularly desirable that all the Stn
dents honuld be present at the conmrencemnen r
and continue till the close of the terms. Fo
further particulars tie Annual Catalogue can
be obtained on application to 'he Prineipals.
It wil! thus be perceived that a thornogih
English Education can be obtiined for S 150
per annum. or with the accomplishmnents nt
Music by the first teachers fr $205. The ex
tias ora full supply of Books, etc. need niot
amount to more than $15.
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Greenwood, S. C. De. G, 147.
H E Board ofCTrusteesofthe GreCriwom
malc anid Fetmale Ac,idenies. t uler the
control of tie Uajptir.t Di nominiati-n. take
pleasure in inforting the frientd and ptrois
of thiese institutions aind thre p;i:li ingeeral ,
of the-efficiency and uce..s i:h when t,,oy
have been conducted the Yesc:nt ye ir-hat
Mr. and Mrs. Nic:lls considering th:mselves
pernancnitly located ill this p!ace. the loard
feel jistified itll firming Ohat moLrarth h
Rectorship of Prolssor R. H1. Nichl!:s. tho.
rough wid complete conrse r.f insruc-o.:o the
variois branches of i m .rde edieation will h)e
imparted to those connnitted to his c.1re. A:d
while the Board regret that the iniensing ill
leaIth of Mir. W. L. larris renders it necessa
rv for him to discontintue the Rectorshiip of the
M ale Academy they congratulite ti:emselves
andpatrons in having eimphycd ir. Allen Ve
derick as his successor. M r. Dederic! brings
with him testiimrornials of the most FaruC!ory
kind from the Rev. W. D. Strobel, the 1ev.
Geo. Nefl', A. NJ. and others, the aublenicity
of which, as well as the high literary and mioral
character of the gentlemen giving thetm are
substartiiated by the Rev. John Bachman 1).
1). of Charleston, S. C. 11r Dederick has
been teaching the present year in Georgia and
our attention was directed to him as a gentle
man well qnalified to take charge of thie nsitin
tion bly the Rev. W. J. Hard and other gentle
men of the city of Augusta who are personally
acquainted A ith him.
for lte liberal patronage which these tusti.
tutions have received during the present vent
the Board feel thaliokl; and with the increased
and increasing fracilities which they otl'er heor
intellectnial and moral culture, the Doard con
fidently look forward to their pa-rons, friends
and a generous public for a continued patron
Terms per Session of 5 Months.
is -rae XALE DEP ARTMENT.
Orthography, Reading. Writing and
Elementary Arithmetir. $0 00
- The above, with Geograpshy,Grammar
and Parsing 9 00
The above, with highet Arithmetic,
History and Composition, 12 09
The above, with the Classics. &c., 15 00
Contingent expenses for Fuel. &c., 50
]I THE FEMALE DEPART...ENT,
Tire Literary branches tie same as 2n th
Male-the highest class emrrw mg r:. , t:o.
toric, Algebra, Geometicry, Natur.1, Moral and
Mental Philosophy, Chemistry, "-e Cf Mie
Globes, Construction of Mape, Boirny arid As
The French and Spanish Languages.
Music-Piano and Singig, 2 0
Use of Piano, 20
Painting in'Oil arid Water Colors and
Drawing at frame, $10 to $15 00.
Goodl Board may~r he obitined fur any niio.
ber uof Purpils at Si 00 prer mionith.
Th'le schonlastic year is dividhed ito Iwo ses
siorns of five imonthis eaich. Th'ie .firs: sescion
cennrcmrg on tire 2tl .\onday mi Janury~r3.I
anrd thre second the I -t M r.indv rm .Jily. Pu1 ny s
arc only chrarged fromt thre time of erntering to
tire cud of that sessiton.
J A MlES .:. ClIIL ES, Chm'n. B. T.
WV. P. lhrtu., Secry. ~t 4
dee'. 15St 4
Editors favorable to ti istitutionis w il
SiiEIUFF'S SALE. e
B Y ie of sundry writs of Ficri Fa
cias, I will proceed to sell at Edge
field Corirt lios, on rho first M oonday
andr~ Truesday fullhwin~ in Januaitry niexi,
thre hfollowing property, im ire itlowmg
Charles Illail vs Milhrxlge Gailhin, tone
negro man shave. by the name of Spiencer.
J1amtres Sherppri v,; Jatmes Robertson;
Keziah Mlitchell, ande o'hers vs th- srime.
five negro slaves, viz :NelI-on. Firderick.
Hal, Easter andi I enry, five Ihea I o.f hr
ses, and one roaid wa;gn nd m eao;rr.
William S. Smnyly v.s Starhirig :-.entell.
three headi of horses. T'erms Cas.h.
11. BOU LW A R . S. K. D
* dec. 13 3t 4
SH-IERIFFi 'S SALKE
BY~ virtue of sond'y writs of Fivri Fa
cian. to mc direted, I wil prorceed to sel
at Edngefield Court H ousein, mn .thr hirst
tlnay anid Tuiesda~y follrowvirg, to Jan.
unary next, the following~ property, in the
following cases, viz:
B. WV. WValdrorp, and othiers, vs A. (6.
Loek, two tnegro slaveos, bry thu ramels oif
Qurine antd Jerry.
II. R. Spann vs Cuil-en Clark, one
Terms of Sale Cash.
H4. HOU\WA RE, S. E. 1).
dlec. 17 4t 7
A I.Lthr e inebtedt to thn tetate of John
Warren, Seur., dec'd., are reqnested to
iake immiiediaite payment, arid throse having
deiinanid' io prsn thetm properly aittested.
AMIBROSE~ WvH1'TTLE. mar.
dec 5 4t 46;
A LL persons indetbted to thne estate of James
'oaynard, den:'d , tire requrestedI to make
inunrediate paymrenit, and those harvinig denmands
to preLsenrt threm piroperly attested, on or before
tire sixth of January next, as the estate will
bcsed 1ES M. MAYNARD, Ex'tr.
november 21 7t 441
OR tire next year. on' the most favorable
F terms. A building very siotanblo for a
Drng Store, Lamw Office, or orther purposes.
Aprrty to P. F. LABIORDE.
de 15tf 4
BY virtue of sunday writs of Fieri Fa
cias, to ie directed, I will proceed
to sell at Edgefield Court House, on the
first Monday and Tuesday folluwing, in
January next, the following property, in
the foJllowing cases, viz:
The Union Unnk or South Carolina, vs
A. G. Alugrath, the lollowiag lots und sec
ions of land, in or near the Towr. of Ha1m
burg, S. C., itwo lots on Genire street, Nos.
104 and 105. Six lots on Snowden street,
Nos. 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, and 198, and
half of lot No. 1I15, on Mechanic and Cobb
streets. Four !ots in section No. 5, each
Containing 64 feet by 200 feet, bounded
north, east, and south, by the scation o
land No. 5, on the west by A. Sib
ley's laud. Lot No. 25, on ASnowden
and Market streets. Two sections, Nos.
3 and 4, containing ;about twentr'nf'
acres, bounidd north by the i1alriiniovin
road, east by the Edgelield road, south by
section No. 5, and west by A. Sibley's
Three sections orland, Nos. S, 9, & 10,
containiug about fifteen acres, bouttd'nl i
west by th Edgclield rond, satth by sec
ticn No. 11. north by 'Seetioni No. 2, and
east by the Pair tract ofrand. One other
section Nlo. G, containing about eleven
acres of land, hounded north by section
No. 5, south by section No. 7, east by
the Edgeield road, west by A. Sibley's
land. The above 'ets of land, will be sold
accOndiing to the plan of the Town of ] am:
burg. S. C.. a copy oft which may bc seoen
in the Werk's Otlice.
David Richardson vs Isaac llerriiv, the
tract of land where the defendant lives,
contaiinint one humba ed and twenty-live
acres, more or less. adjoining lands of Wl.
liai Padget, Jeremiah Alergtn, ad others.
James M. Richardson and James 3.
Guienard, Ex'trs., and oibcrs. -i Bryan
Deen and others, the tract of land) where
lhe defendant Bryan Deen lives, contain
ig eight hundrad acres, more or less, ad
jiing lands of Henjamin Stevens, Robert
Bryan, anal ther.
John Oauskett vs Daniel Brunson,Ex'r.
a tract of land, cortaining five hundred
acres, more or lems, adjoiting of land of
Joseph Ferguson, and nihers.
Thomrs Walton. Ad'mr. vs Penn &
Irannon; Ceorge W. Presley vs W. B.
rannon; the Bank of the Sante of South
Carolina, and othere, severally, vs Bran
non & Anderson, a iract of land. contains
in threo hundred and twenty-nine acres,
m.)re or !ess, adjoinina land of E. G. Rn
erison, tho estate of Thomas J. ilibbier,
A. Perrin, H. Edwards. and others; one
other tract of land containing eighlty acres,
more or !ess, adjoiuing land of A. H. Mor
ton, Mrs. 1. A. Quarles. cd ethers, one
house & lut at Liberty 'iai, cn:ainian two
acres, more or lees, adjoining lots of Robi.
Anderson and others, where the defendant
W. 11. Erannon lives ; ene ether lot of land
'ontaining four acres, more or less, adjoin
ing land ol. uhn Drikcy. E. L. Hibbler,
and others ; one otler tract of land coI
aining ibirt-three acres, more or les%, ad
oiningl land of John 3riskey, Mrs. . A.
Quarlez, ;,.d L. H. Nidy ; ore other lot
) land at Liberty Ili!. c:mtainaing one
tre, maro or less, adjoining land oh ito
beI .'-m'ro, ad c, nv cerupied
3v Dr..'1. 10. Lewis.Ai- vn -
ro s Ivs, to wit :-Simon. Easter. Sally,
'eller, Lar!;. Vesty and Frank ; two bay
iorses, one bay mriare, one mule col, and
ie wgon und gear, t:e property of the
lefedar.t William ii. Blrannto.
Elbera Devore va Bratmnot & Andersor.;
he Bant!t af the State of South Carolina
s the oame ; SDamuel ?-arshail. and ot hers.
everally, vs Robert Anderson. a house
trd lot at Liherty I lill, conltaining one
cre, more or less, whlere the defenadant
lobera A nderson live:, adjoining Iands of
bV. . Bratnnon, anda o' hcrs ; onte other
t of land at Libertry lIIl, contttainig ele
eatnc, mere er less, adjoin:; t he Bor
on tract of land., andI o:he's; onether
o of land at Liberty [Hill, corat niining ahout
ine half an acre, more or less, adjui ning~
if land of Dr'. 1.. . L- liiler'. Also
sighat negro slaycs, to wit:--Bill, Nancoy,
4ouisa, Hentry. Emtelinte. .Mary Attn. xli
: and het' inifanotebhibl: four henad of hot's
,one catrriage aand baarnte, ona htigey
n-1 harness, andI (lae two horse waigon
nd haraness, the property of i he defentdant
Sale to com-nent~ce at I l o'cloick.
TIermts ofr S~ale Cns~h.
1I. BIOUL W A RE, s. 6. n.
Dec.0 af -t 46
BY~ virtue ol'sundry writs aof Fieri Fat.
ins, io mec directed., 1 will pr'oceed tio sel
n E-igerflda Coatrt lotise, oni the first
Iottday ad Tuiesdaty followiang, ain J ano
ty ntext. the following proper'ty, itn the
ulowing~ nameda ctases, to wit:
William Dialtoti vs Samueal Baitoman, a
rac of lanod containintg one butndrred neres,
uoret' or less, adljoiin g Ilan oilcf Thotmis,
Kenghtn. .1. 12. Brools, atnd ot r.'rs.
Levi Bu tsh atnd Lewvis B ish vs W. liah,
lohn . DaIgnttiell and Embtherson l issyt
mlohn I]ill. Ordinary vs the samern, the tira
i' land where the defendant't Embtearsii'
llussy lives, coattainting three hiunadredl
cres, more or less, adjoiaining Ilandls of D).
ussey, A. Shtarpton, anda oihers.; oneC other
ract of land coantaininag three hundiaread
cres, more or less, iajoining land of Jesse
Bailey, flohert Prince, anal others.
James Bean, adm'rm. vs Wilsoan Kemp;
Theophilns Il ill vs the same, a tiract of'
lad containing~ one hiundlred atnd sixuy-one
acres, more or less, (known as the Dodgl~ing
rtract of land.) adjointinig lands adf. Jto 11.
May, Daniel Uollowtay, and othters.
John 11111, Ordinary, vs Shtirley Cook,
and othters, the tract of lanai whereon the
defendaat Shirly Cook lives, cnttiaiing
two huaindred acres, more oa' less, adjninti
Itand of Thomas Ilughes, Williami Riley.
anal Thomas Lew'ir.
Stepheno M. Bioaz vs William lierhert,
a house and lot ini the '[own of I lamhutrg.
S. C.. knowat in the plan of said town' tas
lot No, 133, ott Centre street.
George Parrott, and thters, vs II. J.
Ryani, et al. the honse ad lot whiere the
def'nant B. J. Ryan lives, ini tbe villa'ge
of Edgefield. tadjoinuing lots of C. .J. Gln
ver, S. F. Goode, William P. Butler, anid
others, conitaining one half of ant aere,
more or less. Ternms of sale cash.
I1, B3OULWARE, S. E, D
dcc.10 4c 46
Martin Posey and wife, )
vs Ball for Partition.
Gabriel Holhnes, et al.
-A- OTIClE is hereby given, that by virtueof
A an Order from Chancellor Ctldwell, I
shall sell at Ecgelield Court House, on tihe firAt
Alonday in January next, a part of the Real
Estate of Lewis lhn.tmes decensed, viz: .
One trau:t of land containimg three hundred
and thirty-:even acres, more oi less, situate in
the District and State aforesaid. and adjoining
lands of Jese (omtillion, Mrs. Bush, Airs. u
try, Joseph Tirner and Mary Gonillion.
Said land will b2 zold on a credit of one year,
except .< to so much as will pay the cost of this
suit, to be paid in cash. The purchaser giving
bond aid good enrities fo( the purchase money.
s. s. TOm PKINS, c. F. E. D.
Commn-r2, li1ce. Edgefield, Dec. 1, 1847.
nov.:Y)05 t -!-5
Lands and Iegroes
.. , N Saturday -le first day ofiannary, 1848,
,(by virtue of the last \Vill and Testamwent
of Col. .! ichael Watscn, dec'd.,) we will offer
f'r sale, aIt hrcsidence of his widow, onl the
!td;;,. in icdgield District, the following es
ta:e. real; and personal. to wit
'Tlhe tract of lnd contai ning 477 acres, mere
or le:s, known as, and falled the Jones Tract.
bounde by lands or Major Tillamn Watson.
Jesic Smith. Stanmore Watson, Burrell Boat
wrieht, and landsof :hn estate of Amos W. Sat
ch..r, deccsed. Therm lands are highly pro
d ctive in mall rain. cor:n and cotton. There
are on the premises htm 160 ac:-es cleaned and
:nder good fence, of whienh about 40 acres is
second * years new ground;-the whole tract is
well w;atered and well timbered, and contains
some handsome sites for building, on and ncar
the old Camhrid-e road.
We will also oil'er for sale, same day,on the^
1e2 erIr. Likely Negroes,
among whom there will be some very prime
The above property, hoth teal and Person
al, w;Il he sold on a credit of one, two and
th-e years, in egnal instalmntts. with interest
on the whole snm. payable annually. The
pitclase money to be secured by bond amid
morigage, with unce~ceptionable persinal se
crity. W7 M. MYERS.
R. H. RAINES,
Quaclisetd Executors. under the last Will and
Tesam;:en, of Cd. Alichal Watson, dec'd.
october 20 11 39
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
EDG 0 I ELD DISTRICT.
LN T HE COMMON PLEAS.
Miler, iipley & Co.
vs. CA. SA.
Brannon & Anderson,
Ho-.ward & Garmany,
Brannon & Anderson,
D. a A. Wesson,
Brnrnon & Anderzon,
Jnaa Conkling &. Co.
rliannonc & Anderson.
Senamtn & Peck, survivors,
Branion & Anderson.
. D. Fanning &Co.
,;s. > id.
rannon & Anderson.
P 3BERT AND ERSON. one of tle efen
di. ai, inl ih:! aho'e itsliad casce, leing :1ow
in the cnsimdy of the Sheritrof E.geield Dis
rict. i:v v*rt::e of writs or capias ad saaisrcien.
I.a a't d t ;t of the ri.ective pili G ; in
i schedile oi nis whric cstate I.er.z. rea l
nd persont.l. witha a view to opbtain tihse it
)f the ActM. oh the Leesta*tura of this z!ate, ccm
nonly cald the Insolent Debtors Acts. on
Inotion of Mr. Adams, Defendant's .\tnorney.
Pbic notice is hereby g iven, ho h the aidt .iiler.
Riploy & Co.. and all others the creditors of
lhe saidi Robehrt Anderson. that the saidl peti
tion will he heardi rtnd cotn.4idere'd on a'riday the
're:te-:th day of March next. at Fdae~ieild
Court Ilonsa. *ot on a-uch rother d:'y as the
Court may erdier, dturing the ternm, communeo
og ont the tirst titelnay of Matcht nex t, at sa id
datea. andl the said Miler. ilipleyf & Co... andt
i ot hers, theo credittors of the' said flohtert An
lrsont, are hersey .:omantdedl theni .antd there.
itler nersonaally or lhv nitorney, la3 slhow catutse.
ftay thaey can twhy the pntitin ef thte s:titld
.RIlier t Ab tlirsont shonld not he inn'arI an d
rraed. and he he'ischtarged from conifinmeni
:y comp:lyingV with the~ Atrts aforcsaid, accord
as; to the tcra.; of saidi Acts.
Ti( G. r;ACON, Clerk.
Clerk'se Olice, Dee-r. li, 10i7.
lea 17 -tn d7
State of South Carolina.
I3 TFIFER CO.1310N PL.EAS.
iIirslipley & Co,
v.s. CA . Sa.
lowardl & GTamatny,
i). & A. Wessont, ii
Brantin & AXndersona,
htnas Conklihig & Co.
Branon~t &k Andtersoni.
sam:an & Peck, suirvivors,
17irana non & Andtersona,
FD. F~aning & Co.
Brannoaa & Aiaterson,.
lohaa WV. Miindy, bearier,
W. I. lirannon.
-3 lLtlAul 1. BIIANNON, onie of the
'-V D~ehidtants inth alabtove no~ined css
who is now~ in the cusmoidy of the SherilT otthie
Di )tritt ut F* tlge~fehl. hy virtue of~ writ.' of Ca
pins t a t satieialtdm, at the :snits of the re
pc'tiv Plainti~h, i~n the abhove stated cases.
h aving file~d hi14 petationa. with a .schedln ai1oa
cth it hias whlotle ctamte and e Teacts, for thme
paurpose of ohtatning thme henelit of the Acts oif
the Gnaeral Assemubly, coniiomly calledl thle
tusolvetit D~elitors Act. (on motioni ofi\r. WV.
W. Atlamos. D~'eamdanats Attitrney, public miotice
is hrbty giveti, to the said M1dlers. Riptley &
Ct.. llowatrdi & Garmnany, D. & A. WVessonm,
Joas Conaklinag & Cco., Seamanin & Peck. sur
vivrs, F. D). Fannming & Co., anmd Joihnm W.
Muandy, hearer, amnd alIl others, the creditors of
the snul Williamn i. Brannon, thatt the said pe
titiotn will bei heard anti considered at Eclpifald
Cort lionmse, omn .\onday the sixthi of Marchm
aext. or on sneh other day as thea Court may
ordr duin g the tertn, commnemrtl on the
tirsi .,lcnat~v of March next. at the said pinaCe.
and the saict M illers, liipley & Co., Ilowardi &
Garauny. D. & A. WVessuon, Jonais A. Conak
lini & Co.. Seam-mt & Peck. survivors. F, I)
Fanig & Cii.. and Johna W. .\inndy, hearer,
ia all others, the creditors oif thme s'tnd Wil
liami B. Birannmon, are hereby coainnandled,
either personmally~ or by aittornemy, then andii theLre
to shocw causce. if atny they can, why tihe petmtion
ofte sail WVilliama B. hirannmon shmold anot he
henril antd granted, antd lie he discharged Iromn
conf~iment, by complying with time Acts
afresaid, accordimg to the terms olf tihe said
Acts. TLHO. G. DA CON, Clerk.
dec.mb. 8 3m 40
Town Property for Sale.
F ILE UJUSE LO'Ti at presentoecinped
by M rs. -P. M. Butler, situated in the
Town of Edgelield, will be oiTered at Public
Sale, on the firmt Monday inl January neXt,
The House is large and comfortable, with
an exce!lent Kitchen, 'moke Ilouse, and other
ont hmildigs, which can be examined at any
time previous to the day ofsale.
The Lot contais 5A acses, more or less.
Term offsale.-Credit to the flst day ofJan
nary 1IS49, J. R. WI V1E t.
deceimier I 5t 45
New Boot and bihoc
0M ET F (C T OB R,
T 11 E Siscriber voild mist reospectfiilly
iiifirm the citieims of Edgefield, anmid the
neighboring Districs, ihat lie hits cunneticed
..'tvad Shoe Hakisam'
il the Store immediately adjoiimne Mr-.
Ward's Millimry tu1re, a:,i i prepared to
make to order, [noots amd :oes cf the best
French and Americni Calf kn.
Gentlemen wanting a good Boot, neat and
darablr . r,ced ut leave their order.
Cork soled, double soied, water proof, walk
iing. and puimip soled D1iion:.
For fit and tlvie of' workmanship, not to ;)c
novcmber 10 tf 42
Meav Fail c itrGos
AVhE received a l.r-e and i:(ost desirable
Stliock of NEW GOODS, to suit ie
easoi. cnsistitng of a r ineral assortmnt of
btapie aa21d Fancy Gcodt.
Groceries of'all kiiids,
Iats and Cp, Shoes and Boots
Hlardoware anl Crockt.ry,
Drms and .edicines,
Books and Strtionary,
A spit-ndid st'ck of' lonnetis,
And a variet,- ei other articles usually kept
in our line, all ;' which will be sold on the most
They invime their friends to call amid examine
the stock, ainl tiey promise to give them good
septr 29 tIf 3G
ITO T1E PUBL OU.
TII E undersigned vonhl
- respeciflly ainninne to
~ Travellc,:iiid persins vis
i:ing I lammitrg. that lie has
..._.,iaken for a lerm of years.
- I-Ith lotel, long known
faUbbarIe A mercan~
H O'i'E L,
Which it is his purpose to ::itp as such a house
shonl be kejp1, and will cidy promise to all who
favor him with a call. lhat lie wvill do al; in his
power to plense; and where as no:ch comforl
and quiet may he Ipeclte ts can Cl he foiid ill
any Public H !1nsI.
A carefuil aid anientive llnsdrr will he kept
constantly in the :ahle, anid lIor::cs shaill be
attended t: in a way that shall;g;i-:e entire sa:is
A liberal pa:ronage i, i spectfillv srlicited.
Hanmiurg, .Marclh -1 If 7
EDAG423F iELI3,D ElSroTfEL.,
73111 E lscriber.announce to their friends
janl be piuht.i.c that they have opeined
the :ine f>rimoily ocenpied hy .Jr. U... Iyan,
in Ed*getitd village.mni are prepared to naccm
inodutte all those who may lavo thiem with tiahir
;1.1 raynr;,, ..-1......11.r -. l iairt m s le
Their Table will be always provided with the
rest the markct -!Yords, and attended to by
aliginog and comtiient servauiI.
T1'heir Smatb. s wil be ::te'i... d to - y irst rate
isiers, who ilil be in waiting ef.i !l thonr-, by
lay or ight, t'o see tfin:i bcrses are propie'rly fa'
en care ef'. CilA RLES J. G LOVilR,
1lA.U BU R G;. :3. C.
Tjjj.\ VE ren m'ved their intoil of Dry Guodi
Latj4 in thme Store nudir the~ Amnerican !!iiel,
ldl lnhatmu's. ) wheire it is their purpo1uiie to
ci an hull a"normtne!t of'
WLe wonb!li take : i' p:,ttny to runrn our
bankst: : oi:rt:,:o''eoona li iends for the vr
ieral pat:-c'a::ge ber;,-owedh on ;m for tin li *t .-is
e:mm , aniJ woebl soljii a conutiiance of' thecir
W e wnhI ial-o i niit' all pe'rcous h ying 1) ry
;tiids in Ilia~ni;;, whoae it a:lready en
nir :irge lit! of subificriba:-r4' o;;ir.- u~ i tried.
~Or stock will counsi.t iif a umch .;rger ttid
more getneraL, a'emartncmt thai wre hav~ie hereto-i
Ioic kcyii. We'r shall alo onnione to elp mer
isul .u';ortitmn il t'::rpetinig. ( l Clth lnor
1 utinug. Utoinneus, and l.a;dies and Uildrens
N. [.-Joiit recieived a fill ::rmento uail
oniirsi el Ceuin'
,vich tiwe'ber with all ariil'rs in our lit' will
m sohl a:; low as they can bie procired in in
mirg or Anigista.
WMi. K ETC IIAMi & CO.
I hamburg. S. C. Antg. 7-11 ii' 2!9
TP11E .Sublc-il iers
---hauve pit: rebiaed 'romn
- Nithain L. G rilin.E'eq.,
~~ ~the C ottoin Warmehuse
lI:ninhoure. recienutly iou'mpiedu fby l)r..l. '.
r ritiin. amnd iriorly by 2u1esirs. I I. L. .leifeurs
& Co., situa~tedi at the fouot of the [hill. anid imi
mediately at the head oif thle naii unus es
-reet. ~From it - superior location. andm being
nrroiided by a stre:iii of' water, it is comipai
atively i':iiiipt f'roma the casualty of' fire and cii
turely tbiive the reach of high hreshiets.
TIwliy propohise i to cry on excl u-ively the
uneur the irm of' G llGFEli & P.\l!TLOW.
ilariint ieaed an exerienmcedl and com-i
pceent amssmstant, mn addimionu ti their 'win per
soail iueiiotn, amid piossesstiin mis ii toakte
ieral itdvatices out Pro'duice coinsigned to their
-iret, ihey hierebiy render ihei r services to Platn
ters, .\licanuts aiii otheims, ini the storage antd
ad uothter [Pr-ince, it lhir'i'ing amid lForward-'
iug .leichiandise, anud piuirchasing goods io nr
Their chatrgies will lie megumlated by 'lie usualh
rates of'thte lacei.
W. W. GEIGER.
.Ia.\ES Y. L. PARTLOW.
I:unhurg, Jimme 3, 184.16
jnt 9 Gmn 2M
noince hint as a candidate for the ofilce of
m....: 'r ... .t.e .......t. elat..to
Lucina CorIial; or the
ELIXIR OF LOVE.
f""111 S is a sovereign aud sjcedy enre or
lIncipient ConuImption, Isarreniess,
Impotency, locoihuea or Whiies, Obstitnetion,
Diilicult or Painful lemtrnation,[ncontinence
if Urino, or Involitury Discharge tiereuf;
and for gencral prostration of the sy:iem, whe
ther the isult ihitierent causes or pradneed
by irrc:;nlarity, illness or ac.:ident.
Tire is not a shadow of doubt that this is
tr-se, and w cre not tule sibject or too delicate a
aituire, hundreds would tv-stify to the iinrival.
led hiai cacy of this Cordial a1s a sleCiliC for bar
reimes , Ri'our albus, gleets, irregularlie4 in the
secretioins, pains in the Kidneys. female sup.
?itel"ions. For sale by all the principal Drug
g .ists in Aus.a, Ilil:tir and Charleston.
D ' Price.,c.3 per buttle.
For sale by lavladi, IIarral & Allen, King
sitreet: -'. 31elvin Cohen, No. H Ilayne street
Nelson Carter, 3Meeliig street, aNd E. .1. Ca
rey. liroad street, Ciriesto,; T. itisey, lam
hurg; and J. D. TIBILTTS,
Edgefield Court House. S. C.
jolly 2-1 ~ Gml 2 7
DR. JOEL llRANIJA3i'S
I f/ ,C fiCeil0 03- jZF ff iTIC
N o'ering. t!Ns valmble Mledicine to the pro
'ple of O Carv'.ina for thie relief and ente of
iaiiny diseases ircident to a Sointiern climate,
I dc not c bim for it infallilifity; neihier do I
say it will cnre all diiseases. iint in
CHiRONiC LIVER Al'FLCTIONS
I can coniidentily advise and recommend its
use, from ry personal observation and nic olf
the article in my own practice. This article isI
lavorab!v rer.-ived whcrever it has hee. lsed.
I am allwved to refer to Mr. George -ecard of
Troip. Mir John Warren of Colinbuiiis. M1r.
"IcAffee of Cobb, Ur. Asbulry full (if Athens,
Mr. Wili;m 1). Terrell of Pumn, Rev'd.
John .. Dawson of Lagrange; to which a
great number of names might be added, who
bear thcir testimony to its value.
ilabitualcostiveness is found very freriently
connected vith feeble constitultions, and per
solis of sodentary habiLs, which often exert a
very uifavorable inluinee tipot ili general
hiuelth of the subject; and is partieiilarly man1i
fetied by a restless and despoudilg state * hile(i
mind, irregular if not a loss of appetite. For
this condition of the system. this article is contli
detly recommended with the posture assr
ance that if the dose is properly adjutied. *o as
not to move time bowels too actively, relief may
be relied on, withont any, even tihe lea.:t c., the
ipleasati consequiences, r, stihing from t!e
u~e of ta comon0 prging medicines nsnally
re-orted to. This artic.e will I) kil tumIo 1act
as a pl'e:ant cordial and :onl:, resoring the
appietite, and -t tihe saine thae fiii|li ng every
indication th.!.t thei cominun puritin-g medicines
are designted to eiect.
There ara sonic cosistutionis liatble to regu
Iar :tti:c! ' of miouis lisver aliii t every 1I1I,
to sneh. I recommendr the ie of this .1Medicine,
be;iming at !cst by the middle of 3lay, oi first
'.any persotis whose Digzstive oran.s :re
fiechIe. mli ::perince an oflin elbccss,
wi;:h, ami opf'res-sion, ab:oilt I::e sttomach al,
wer ea'ing-in :::ch cases a iose of this medi
cini" wm l en utfordi ti immediate relief.
Pe.:n w:mne;n o ien suil'er frai heart
himrn c:: 'If vene., they tony use Ie article
witi:it the liact dacger nod with great beniefit,
Iii sickl t-r tne:vous head-ache, it is a most valu.
I could appenl lonrg listt iof criicate., :-U,
I hrn!ar. prelorring to rely en the virtpcd of tie
uedicina to sin-tain itse!. Tle mebeicine ::. a
eate anad ~crtaini ecthma tic rnic ntit:dtrifoic.
. BRt iRANHAM.
F(,. .e;!p i~y Iuiert Anderron, Liber:y Hill,
Unecm-an CL siro, Dinsetill!e, Charles Fre
mann, Cairo P. O., and
J. D. TIBBETTS,
Edgefield C. 11.
set.8 ly 33
A CF.RTA!;..i. fn and e.'ectm:al tinra for
._\. Agccc ;and 'ever, in all variedl forms. Al
so, ani e::ce tcc::: Toni,: i:i Dy:-ppic::, i'c!lpiia
tlion of th:e [lea:-. Loss of Al1pietit-:, .Neta lgiat,
weak cc:d di:ita~ted c,miditjin of tihe syttetm.
.--itawrc. Deac::/r l5thI, I ~43.
greact pleiasatre that I::nonisi~l to you cc perfetct
regiorai.tin' o y ;ealkh bhji the :'e of your in
eiabl:: p;!|:3. I hwi~ hcren entfemrin-; from
Chil ccnd Fecvers ihr iiieigte or twentty mtoniths,
\pneo !.oro.z;~ Dr.I~ Love Veg:ah'!n Flixir,.
Keenetr's lic~vmder.ae!s t.inhiic. Thempso.
cibtnort aill t. popuai-r renemedi eithi bteacr ii;
anud ':e!. ree-'vedo no i nn him-tti. The:~ m!'cl
were t iocp bylv Q in'm-::nl ethor thin:icz. buctt
after a ;i-w t's or wei.'.t :hv wo'm;;hl ie:r
4.:ii. ti.< hadc ('r ..:: :hr ha ':n-l;
a nd thcuscc '.-ire fi'i.,wedi byV farr ofinh --
verilv a., to cilrell my rine.mi an~d it wasi. fiii
neicetsar v i:r somie i~ci ii wai~ti cli ith meilo
il t; a' ~:oxv.em pai-si .mi. Atm lc:..t 1 hpricuired
liho:: of cir pi'tjb, ami onlycl tookl fiuri of thim;
have nio-:er helh . ireti of theta tup to i
imie. (inearly: two yecin-) and ncear a year of
thi-~ die wx:a: pased~ inl the iameit la~ce where [
;hsti emii ht tie diitisas.
Thii:, myi caise is not ono entred byv chantce i
iiov'. fromi ih.* fact tu hatir pill' ctt of ithe
samtei bo:; ericd Capit. Renblen httnhi, so i'f
fiernallyhct lie hia.:inetvr tail di. ikease since.
whiret before lie rofet: sili-red froim it. Two
iithir pe.rsion were also car ied by) thiei cotentis of
tickscifmi hr o-im they neiiher ofi themit have
h:::. a re:turm of. it aihlain~h thiey' bmoih reside
whe..c thmey.are expio-ed eve'ry seaso:a.
I knw several others whlo harme beenr idsi
bv yonr pillk, liut it is nnniecessary~ to de tail
iheir cases. Them hiet certificaites of thieir edicii
cnev mi Ciiills atni Ucever will lie ai few doses
anii~ if' they aire act h'netliil to othters as they
have lieen to meti they may be truly ctlled pith.
I ami with nmuch respet v'onr obmee't. serv't.
For scale by T. Rislev. Ilambthure. S. C., and
J. D). TIiBBETTS,
Edigetield C. 11-, S. C.
july 93 ('m 27
STATI EOF SOUTil C.AROLINA.
ED l) ~~I.'I LD) DISTRICT.
iN TIUE COGUT' 01' OflDiX*l1'.1
Oct ober 29t6 IS-l7.
WX'illiami Kacy &Sc others A ppl'ts. Smmans
Wiley Kamy & others Def'ts. S atin
T 1 appea'rine to my satisfactiont thatt thei saiid
.g Wiley Kay. Eli Kar, hliri to K'av. Sauumel
Christian aimi f, Reh'eren:. Editmntol 3lartiti
andl wikh Nancy. andl Williami Thiormntiom antd
wivi: Lucitida, ive withoiuit then limits of the.
Stte, it is therfire ordecredl, thiat theyv do appear
itt the Court of Ordhiiry on or biefore the first
31londlay ini March neoxt, to show c'ancem if any
they maun why tihe Rneil Estate' of' Sarah Kay,
de d. shomilud not hie divilded or sol,. or iteir
coiiwent to the stame will lie ontered of Remicordl,
Givent citnder tmy htanmd in thie Coutrt of Ordinaory
te daty ancd date above writteii.
J~llN hilLL, o. E. D.
Nov. 3 3mt 41
lip E:ST~IONIALS.-Extrnct t
2, frIt D Wine, of Phila phin, FebJ
2, 1840.- Your ills are the idest in ther
-~ iur p'erful the1
operatioins, and y et mest P rfuin tein e
fects, of any that I have eUvkr iet with ii a y vro
tice of kiaht andl twenity years. iTheir action o
the chyle and i-nce on the imipunties -ofh
blood. is evident' -eiy surp ising.'
Exiract o a M ruio Dr. Ienry Hall o
Quebc, L. C.. 'nch 6, 1.4 l.- For lili &
fevers, sick heada.;,es. orpidity of the hoae
and enlarp-taient of the spleen, Dr. Peters
Pills are anl excellern medicine."
.Forsaleby all the Druggists in Angst
lInanmrg, and in CherIeston by P. Melvi.i
Cohen, No. 1. Hlayne st'et , Ilutviland, Har,*ZA
ral & Allen, King street; Nlson Carter, Mest
ig street; E. M. Carey. leand street.. and
Amos I lead. corner East Bay nau Broad streei'
T. Rtisley, anbnrg ; anid
J. D. TiBLW!r8.
Edgefield Court House, Sal.
july 28 6m . 2
Dr. Gordon's Pills.
3 n 1,tshlielsor 25,01)0 boxes of Dr.GO
DON'S FAMILY PILLS.-Tfie-Q
vast and increasing demand for this new and
justly celebrated Medicine, and the numerot
cures they are daily elrecting in all portio
the country where they have been introducedt k
of Dyspep.sii Liver Complaints and Billioui V
Diseases, vith their well known attendan'th "
Sick HeAd-ache, &c., has induced the under M
signed to make arranzen)ents to receive leif V
ktocks direct from the Proprietor, and woulf t
say to their numerous cu-toners that they arer
prepared to supply them, wholesale or retail,
at New York prices.
f1' ;2 pser doxen, or 24 cents per b6z.
13y P. Melvin Cohen, No. 19 Hayne street
Iflavdand, H!arral & Allen, King street; Nel- 'i.
son Carter, Meeting street; E. M. Caey 2
Bro:d street; and Amos Head, corner East
Bay and Broad street, Charleston: T. Risley
Ilanburg; anul J. D. TIBBETTS,
Edgelield Court House, S. C.
july 28 6m 271'
O1 tle ci::e of WN/die Sclmngs. Scrofulas
X and other t:incrs, Ulccs, Sore Legs, old
and fresh .~oins, Sprairs and Braises, Stve.
1i;g-, nil infaminazion, 'zad Head, Sore
Breastis, of icomen, Rheumaic pains, Teuers
Erup1uns, Childaiis, IWhilows, Mix, Corns,
ml :-:ternal diseasas.generally. It is likewise '
ra1:1ly satperiar ta any medicine heretofore
discovered for th ':afed backs and limbs of
herceis; for ringwormts. chapped lips, and in -
shor! fr every er.tc.n- bodily ev7 that may faltl
to the !at or =:n or beant. The proprietor Of
this nobl!e specific caln positivety state, without
fe.-r curentradiction, that it is tastly superior
to -ay con;rpond ever discovered, or at least
tha: is ;nown i: ihzse doys, i the cure oIth,
above comp!nints. indeed, tio mnch canno
be -:t:l in its favor, for there 's nothing- more
certaLil,thran i:s elicacy in the matters for which
!t is recmmniendled, :nd the spoed sand perfee
tion of its -:ires are such na to hnive he appea.
ance C. be:rig miraculons. No house should he
w.:ot :his alnost universal ointment, for the
atnetis ofhali houses are liable to scalds,setatcli
en, cals, brnises. burns, corns, chapped lips,
&c. &c. &c.: from any or all of which they
an receive but little injury it they.haveb x
of Harrizo::'s unrivalled specific to contend
with them. For Piles and Salt Rhou itii
passes all other remedies.
For E-11 by-IJiikLy. H
J. -D. TB BETTS
Ed geield Court House, S.
IEALTHI MADE EASY.
DR L E R L Y'LIS
VEGETABILE UNIVEltSL PILS
lb E startlhng drawback on nearly all Me'
.Idicinal Agents has ever been that in their
pri ocess of punrgationt and pturifictation they have
also D)cbiluau~d thes Siisem.-lUence Purgative
M~edicines lave- ahvays bees' regarded as at best'
bitt a cce::sar!, Evil, Patients resorting to them
for the rel'etof one disease at thne expence of
aanter.-To obviate this Physicians have long
somtjla for an Aget that woutld at the samns
thae P'UIIGE, PURiFY qund STRENGTH~
F.N. Bust their elforts were nearly fruitless
ande :hcey had abucst despaired of success when
tl hlb-ars of science, land research were re
waded by ai d iscoavery w.hicha fully realized the
funest .!::ires of the Mtedlical Faculdty, and
whichi is justly reyiardedl a.,one of the-most im
port;ant Tirianmphs thtat Pharmacy has ever a
chive.-Thbis imp ;ortntt desideratumt is nami*
ed Dr. LC IP.Y'S Yl-GETrABLE UNWVER..
SA L PILLS. n bichi purity the Blood and re
nno-.a all emtrhnpt, aid vitiated humors, and un.
ie:;l thy aeri:in:tintints I rm the body itn amen
taer iaever bteforec rivalkled, and- o'rch yet pro
adutce (Io wenakness or las~ittude wh'ite r, but
cut thet conttra'vy. tonte the Stomnach Ottfian~~~l
raO.tet thecostit'ntion dutrinig the progress of ter
cpt:i ntts! lI r. Lae Roy's Pills, int fact unite
lahose henetoulcre i rraeconicilnable, biut tmost daeeir
able qutahities, E-vactiatiotinanid Invigoratin, for
they ate at thet s~tine timte a STRENGTHEN
1NG 'l,:t3.\TivI:, and aPUiIfYING TO
Th :w ridf ingredientr in Dr. Le
Ruy's Pills are WILD CH ERIRY and SAR
S.\ PA.\lu LL A, sat prepared that eatch protmotes
the baieticial eifect of the other, the former
strentgtheaninsg, whlile the latter, thtrongh its uuion
with variouas vegetable ingredients, evacuates,
:andl puriie-thius they~ supterittduce no torpid
iy or la~situide of ithe bigestive F'tuctions, and.
hemnuce their opettrations are attended. by no Re
aceilaat, a o sqit'aet Costiventess.
Dr. Le Roy's P'ills are the most active and
searingttt .'ediciate ina existence. They at once
anack the very root of Diseases, and their ac
I iona is so premtp', thaat in an hour or two after
tie re takent. the 1tatient is aware of their
gottd ef-t<t. IlThey tact only operate on the
lhod, butt al..o on thec anhyle, of which the blood
is thrmled, andl this seenres g'ood blood from thie
outaint head. nmttieover they produce neither
nanttena, paipinag or debility, and as a family
iledicinae they ha~ve nio rival.-Pice 25 Czave
Focr stale by J. D. TIBBETT'S, Edgefield
C. HI., S. C. jttly 7 6m -24
State ol' South Carolina.
I1) G E FII2JLD DISTRICT,
I.V T'I-: COUIR T O F OtRDINA RY.
20th of October, 1S47. - -
Simeoan .\ttowaty & wvife A ppl'ts. )Summong
Fanne v Gounaldetn & others Def'is. Patilion'.
ITI aiarinig to tay saitishaction thazt Seth
. law-l. Iitirta Ahincy andt wife Willey,Joi
na~tainIHaztlattd wife linidahb, Rhody Mossy
Johns .\ltas andl wilfe Luicida, Morris Johnson,'g
Bluforh Johtaan, andc P'icketns Johnson. live.
withoutt thei litmits of this State, it is therefor-'
ot denreda. that the-y tdo a ppeatr and object to'tK
Divisiont or salt' of thte Real Estate o1 Charity'
Johnasont. dleceased. ont or before the first Mon
clay in Mlarcha next, or their consent to the
s:tnnte will he entearedl of Record. Given under
my banal in the Coutrt of Urdinary, the day and
date above writtetn,JONILrO..
:Nov3 3m - 41