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TTER'S DEATH BED.
-Iiethee t6'die; -thou suh!-M-Wy boyhood '
Was this; anti n:w my spirit, with thy beam,
Ebbs from a fieldof victor.!-ye.t the-hour
Bear'back upon me, uth a a torrent's power,
Natike's deep longings:-Oh t for some kind
Wherein to meet love's fervent, farewell gaze ;
Some breast to pillow lire's last ag ,
Sofne voice,to speak of hope and rher days,
Beyond the pass of shadows!--But 0,
T; that hiae been so loved, go hence a one;
And ye, now gathering round my own hearth's
!Sweet-friends! it may be that a softer tone,
Even in.this:moment, with your laughing glee,
Mingles itsadence -while you speak of me:
Of'ineyoor soldier, 'midst the mountains lying,
-On the red banner of his battles dying,
Far. far away ! and, oli! your parting prayet
Will not this'name be fondly mu-rmur'd there I
It wi'll!-A blesing on that holy hearth!
Though clouds are darkening to o'ercaat its
AlMother! I miay not hear thy voice again;
Sisters! ye watch to greet my steps m vam;
Yount hrother, fare the well!-on each dear
Blessing and love a thousandfold be shed,
My soul's last earthly bieathings !-May your
Smile for you ever !-May no winter come,
No ivorld. between. your hearts!f-May even
- your tears,
For my sake, full or long-remember'd years,
Quicken the truje affectiolns-diat enitwinle
Your lives in one bright bond !-I ainy not sleep
Amidst our fathers, where those teurs inigh t
Over my slumbers; yet your love will keep
My memory living in the ancestral halls.
Where shame hath never trod;-the dirk nigh
And I depart. The brave are gone to rest,
The brothers of my combats, on the breast
Of the red field, they reap'd; their work is
7ou, too, art set!-rardwell, fitrewell, thou
The last lone watcher of the bloody sod,
Offersa trusting spirit tip to God.
FEMLE JC.IDE aY,
Dr. and Mrs. Jones,
- ILL open as heretofore adve'rtised, on
W'Monday the 7th orFebruary. The ar
rangements are as follows. A Primary Depart
inent, Junior, Middle and Senior Ca-,s.
In the Primary Department.
Spelling. Reading, Writing and Ele
mientary Arithmetic, $5 00
In the Junior Class.
Spelling eading, Writing, Grammar,
Anftmitic. Primary Geography,
- Abdgedf History, Composition, 8 0Q
- - 'In the Middle Class.
belliiij -eading, Writing, Arithme-.
tic exteiided, Grammar and Pare
- neral Geography, History
of;Mited- States and of England,
titonomy, Chemistry, Natural
Philosophy, Composition, 10 00
- .1~ the Senior Class.
Anet -phy, General History,
C4 s ~anding, Rhetoric. Lcgic,
mutry :nd Natural
'cfa nue s ~ow
* TUTIHE udersigned have been appointed by
- -H.is(Excilency'tihe Goveriior, a Oomn
m'ttee for Edgefield District, to receive apph-'
-ction for relief from the fund appropriated by
the State,."Lfor the immediate wantis of the Or
hamns and Widows of-those-of the' P'rdmetto
Regiment, who have died since the commence
ment of the Mexican Wur, and of those who
tave become disabled in the service." "We in
vite all those entitled to the relief, to make
* known their cases to useas early as possible, as
the Governor'proposes by the 1st ftMarchm, to dis
* sribnte.the Fund. Captains of Beat Companmies
~will du a. fitvor tousto etend this nomtice at
N. L. GRIWFIN.
-HOS. G.. BACON,
WVM. P. BUTLER,
n~auary 26 tf 1
--Tleparticular attention of Country M1er
merchants is requested Jo the folltowing
lGAi & TinPSON,
No. 30 North Fourth~ Street.
A.NNOUNCE~ to their -riends, andi to mer
1chants gnrally,.that their'stock of Ilooks
*anid Stationery f'r thme eoimunig h,smies seasons
*ofj 18-l8 will be larger nd better asoried thaii
at any. former period. It will embraice mevery
-article int the trade which is requtired for the
= ~sales of the country merchiaiit.
* .. ~In-consequoence of thie change in their termis
* .~- u felling. they are ena~bled to Olrter SCihOOL
* AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,IBLANK
- BOOKS, PAPERS. &e. at prices so greatly
-reduced from- former rates, as to makile it to, the
-interest of a!l whow deal 'mi theso-articles to pur
*chase from their stock..
-- :Hitherto thesystem oferediting small amionints
has involved an expenise in their colh-ction, amid.
* ,as H. & T. now sell onily fo'r CA SH, or such
-- ~ ~ negotinble notes as are sure.to be pa*idl iii hamik
-eatthieir maturity, thqgsaving to those who choose
to deal in this rmainiem will hiea very consider.
able per centage on their purchases.
Few dealers, in the country buy mnore than
.$200 worth ofstationery in a season. many not
over pne-half, and a large portion not mnore ithan
onte-fourth of that amount. There is nuot n
- dealer, therefore, wvho fisits Philadelphia who
would be--inconvenienced- by payinig these
-small sums in Cash, aind as each can save mu
neyjy doing so,. H..& T1. believe they na of.
feiring n inducement which will gladly be eum
braced-by'thaose wno make their- purchases mi
Philadelphia. Those whio enter into euch an
arrangement..will be enabled to sell at prices
much below their fosmer rates at homeL and
.will.consequetlly reap a larger aggregate pro
8tframn the-increased amount of their.sales.
Having.a PRINTING OFFICE for ety per
'ate ahid sype.workc, and an extensive BIND
RY, H. & T.'are p re pared to fi orders from
Banks and Public Offices, when forwarded
through merchants, at extremely low prices.
- Phladelphia Jannary 13, 1848.
february 2 ..1m 2
O9 )POUNDS prime ShoulI
ders, for ale at 8 cents at
ponml, by R. S. RBERTS.
-. e1TF0ore6a8 Goods,
AT ROBERTS' CHEAP OASH sTORE!
1O BAGScheap CUffee,at10 lbs for $,
Another hogshead of that cheap Su
gar 12lbs. fro $1 00,
Another of that magnificent Sugar -10lbs. for
Some inore clieap. Teas at 12.- tents a. sett,
Solar, audside, Lard Lamps,
Diniter Plittes at 25 cents a stt,
Double refined crashed Sugar, 8 pounds for
Brown cotton Drill at 121 cents a yard,
Plfid.and striped Pantaloon stuffs::10 cts. to 20
cents a yard.
Coates' Spool Cotton and Bates' Needles,
Turpentine Soap at S cents a pound by the
- box, or 124 cents a bar by the single baf,
No. I- Mackarel in kits at $3 00, also by retail,
Britannia Teaspoons, 121 to 374 cents a sett,
. do Tablespoons, 374 cents a sett,
Collins' warranted Axes, at$ 124 cents eacb,
Seed Potatoes and Garden Seeds,
For sale by
R. S. ROBERTS.
Who has also Le Roy's Pills, Peters' and
Spencer's Pills, Porous and Poor Mans Plas
ter. Cement for Glass and China, with a full
stock of Patent and all. her MEDICINES.
february 2 tf 2
T HE subscriter is now receiving a fresh.
GROCERIES. CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, SHOES, HATS,
and DRY GOODS.
Fine and connnon brown SUGARS,
Loaf and clarified do,
L-gnira and Rio COFFEE'
Fin6 English C H Er'S E,
Fresh RICE; Irish POTATOES,
Landreth's GARDEN SEEDS,
RAISINS, and ALMONDS, -
Sperm and Tallow CANDLES,
With many other articles too tedions to men
19, which will be sold on the uost acconnno
junnary 21 tf 52
CHEAP CASH STORE!
ME W GOODS.
SIRD'S EYE DIAPER and Irish Linens
Cutton Flannel at 124 cents a yard,
Turpentifie Soap at 12.4 cents a bar,
Sinill sized Carron Puts and Ovens,
Collins' best Axes,
Mises' Leghorn Bonnets at $2 50 each,
Misses' split Straw Bonnets at $1 00 each,
ted Bag Clasps and Tassells,
Steel Bals No. B,
Black Alpacas at 25 cents a yard,
Rabbit Pincushions at 25 cents each,
PhlaUndelphia Nails 6Q cents a pound,
Soda Biscuit at 124 cents a pound,
New Starch 124 cents a'pound,
Ginger and Pepper 124 cents a pound, togeth
er with a large stock of DRUGS and M ED
ICINES, for sale by- R S ROBERTS.
R. S. RonaRTs having practised for; some
years as a-Physician gives advice without any
charge when selling Mediciies.
january26 tf 1
Roberts' Cheap Cash itore.
NEW GOODs-JUS7' RECEIVED.
DERWOD'S fresh Salmon in two
t hoxes,fresh supply, . - .
if for- table use .
W. do eesai. fesh suppy, l . -e ilti
Dre'd tind Furituire Calico, 6~ to
.) cents a yard.,
orthrLrn Homespun 6.4 to 123 cents a yaix
FieCann tFlannel'at 124 celitsza yard,
Ctton Dr'llpjt 124 cents n' yardi
Blue and black Casaniett for Pannaloons,
Finest Sngar at 10-pounds for SI 01)
Good do 11 do do - 100,
Coffce 8. 9, and 10 poundes for the dollar,
Rat Poison a 25 cents a box,
With a large ss'rtmaent of DRUGS, ME
DICINES and PERFVUM ERY, which I will
continue to sell as I have always soldl a ithierto
cheaper tihan unb other store in lthe placc
qj. S. ROBE RTS.
janiuary 21 tf 5-2
W.P. KETlC H.IM A CO.,
IIA.\I3UlIG, S. C.
AVE remiove Ltheir stock of Dry Goods
'o the Store tinder the-Amoericani ilotel,
(late hInahbard-s, ) where it is their purpose to
keepe full assorliient of
A4nean, Fr-chl afnd English
We wvouldl take this opportunity to return our
thanks to onr numterons frien-ds for the very
liberal patrnage bjestowed on'ns for the laist six
yern s. and wouald sol~cit a contiiinance of their
We wonihl also, invite all persons buaying Dry
Gods iin llambo'rg, who are not already on
our lar ge list of suibscrihers to give us a ital.
Our stock will consist ,,fa nioch harger and
more general aissortmetnt thani we have hereto
fore ki pt We shsall a lso conlinne to kcep our
insna~l assortmient of1 Carpeting, Oil Cloth, Flnor
.Aatting, Don'nets, anid Ladlies and Childrens
N. B.-Just received a full assortment of all
-numbers of ge-nine
Dflutck Bgoiling Clotiks,
whi-h tuger ber with all artices in our hine will
e oh.l as low as they can be procured in Hlani
burg or Angusta.
W 1M. KETCHJAM & CO.
lamburg, S. C. AnIg. 7-li tr 29
FROM the subscriber, aibout three or fotur
' months ago, *a white COW, with dt-n
sides, her right hip is ont of place. shte waN also
marked with o smooth crop in the left and an
tdebit and a swallow fork in ihe right ear.
She cnrried with her two CALV ES, one a
Ster and the other a Yearling, of nearly the
samte color as the mother. Atny information
ofr themn will be thannkfulhy rece-ived.
. -anary 14 f ' 51
M R. ROFF, who held condittionally an int
terest in the right of Edgefield District,
to fotchkiss' Reaction Mill Wheels, (Patent)
has never complied,-with said condition, thero
fore he holds no interest, and has no right te
sell or msa e any contract for said Whieels.
We, the unde'rsigned are the ownters, of said
right, ad a night lpurchased from anj other,
uttless our agent, will not be good. ul
M r. J. T. WEBBER, we athorise, vith fu,
power to act as onr agent.
COT HRAN- & MOORE.
March 1, 184-. , t f 6
Ir Tite friends of PETER QUATTLE
BUM,Esqr.. asnnounce himn-as a candidlato for
the Ofice of. Clerk f theCourt of Common
Pleas, f this'Disstrict, at the ensing-electioni
. ra ar'1. 4 - s~ = - . i.. f 50 -
IE Femiale-Acade:inkelvacnir- rf
.]Elton O'0, sevei mi e
field :,Court Hnusei ion the.iUad it 'ambtidgc,
wilie..opened o.Tesddy t f 4tnfaniuary,
under.the direction of Miss-M idadrThe
favorable claracLer of Mis.Jir anexcel
sent iristructress has been estibl6ised iniseernl
1eotioniof th District,'b thile pei-nieCcof
several years teaching,'aid justlycoiifed her
to the pat'onage ofParis and Girdians.
Terms of tlzon, per Seoz f ie
Spelling, fteadig; Writinod r
Imetic, $6 00
With the above, Grammar,Ha tory, Ge,
graphy, -- 9 00
With the above, Natural andltoral Phi
losophynud Cpmpositis & 4 00
Music, and iuse of Piiind, 18 00
Boardiig can be had in 0svcrallili8es at
Payments at the end of ech ans -
j-inuary 5. 50
M Y School opens the 17tli fthis month. -at
my Farm. Nuiber*d Pupiispjimited.
If well classed, an efficietiT -Tclief d6i' ipro
perly manage irrd instruct -eran. I'have
a competent Assistiat. ' V, ibe many
apparatus, reading -roois gyrmiasium
six hundred dollars. Physitil ie appor
tioned by the Institutor as n .o maintain
a natural proportion betwee nd men
tal growth at d uctin.' Se opra will be
daily employed in exerciiie -scholastic.
Four hours recreation. -
I respectfully solicit decai C profes
sional services of clergymen . e chiitinn
denominations. From -thies tierin, lec
tures to my family and pupil ",ot sectarians
will be acceptable. I was -raisi ander the deci
pline of the Baptist- Sectr 'io s ;, risap'
plied an religion abused, when ed i the
diicipline of a schi-ol. bThii j w' ition I ask
periission to estalislh iii.. ii y planl o
teaching to the reading itu king inpublic
which I wish to do through rheiedium or the
press. I tanght the Preab y Sehnos at
Greenwood last ver nd't -_ fieir Patrons
m.y acknowledgemenis for,: u and flatter
ing pntronage. It it properfbr me to say that
I have confidene in the hi shool1 of the
Baptists and Presbyierian tdenwood, and
wish that the public spiri-e manner: in-which
the Isitantions respectivel .:'- otten.up will
reap it satisfactory putronag)
Biarding (except lights) pcr m - $7.00
English Class, 30,0
Classical and Mnthmaip 40,00
Address Voodville, or .4 Post
Office, Abbeville Dis., 8, -
J. W. cipal.
Jan 21 4t 52
FEIALE A(, Y6EY.
(Under Uhe cntrotl o AM aDnum
- natiO --
R. & MRS. ROBE tH OLLS
have the pleasure of a mg"' to their
friends and the public, that ,8sian of
their School coimmenced, ' I tefint
prospects oniMonday 'th'e . .i;d 0ia1
they have secured the permyainhl estauice el
Miss-SARA H A-WRAY 4 'tlGeorn
usa, who will take'exclusi - -eMU
me and Drawing Departie
januaryb a 3
H I Eerien
resumed on. th. s
Jaunaa it .uderut '
- e a oia
plied -with Ghbo s, &cdIi i I .rlybe
furnished wnhtlrveryin~g2 ramens ant
IPhilosophical A pparaius/~z ~
"RATEs OF T.DIT -,
First Crs Sudies.-AS e ~Rcud
ing. Witing, Elemreirta~y rfj
anid Arithmetic. ~
Charge pier session-of ifths"$6 01
2d Class Studis-First of Mit--'
chell's Geography, flrrst pa , milh's --
Grammar, Davies' Arithme ar-as
Charge per session of aionths, 8 Of
3d Class Sties-M itche\ iogra
phy coniclude:d, 'Davies' thmietic
through Vulgar and Decinial 'iois,
timithr's Grammiar cocu'Do(yd's
Rhetoric anrd Composition,-T jr's Uni
versal H- istory, Ryan's Astr y, with
heuse of' the Globes, - . 4'e
Charge prer aession oaoths, JO 0(
Adh~l ass Sludies.-Arit hmgconclu
dcd, Tiyler's hlistory conclnd ,$Iisiory
of thre United States, Bourdoa' iAgebra,
Lgendre's Geometry, or Trij6nometry, -
Heshell's Astronomy, Davi Survey
ing,H-edge's Logic, CriticiumimaQnste.i's
Natural Philosophy, arid Book eeping,
Chiarge per session of ,onthms, 12 0(
5th Class Studies -The e ek .and
Latin Langnages, aind the iartical
Se cinces, aind other studies a& Teach
er maiy deemn expedient ornecessary,
Charge per session ofnottu, 15 0C
Exe'rcises by tire miembers ofiallClasses, ini
Cmpn~ositioi: and Declamatibtn, once every
N. 1.-No Student will besridvanced to au
higher class, unless he is ableonstand a fair
eamination on dthe studies ofshis own.
No Strudent will be chrargecnihfr.;less than au
qnuartr, uniless by stipulati9time of en
trance. , No deduction .for '~nce. tunless
canse-d by sickne,s. It is hitl esiruble that
the Students should conmdiit'the beginning
of thre session, arid attend reginlv
-*A. T. TRA~YLOR,
R. P. QIXARLES.
2J.6 P.~ PEkRIN,
dlee 48 't'd S Trustees.
T H E~ Subscribers annaen o their friendl
arid Ire public, tlh y shave; opened
the honse forinorly occupie~ 'Ir BJ. Ryan,
ir Edgefield village. and are prepared to accom
modate all those who riayfravot them ithi their
patronage, with comfortable fl9rifor themselves
Their Tale wiill he always ~ided with thre
best the market af'ords,.- nd nded to- by
obiginrg and competent serva~s
Their Stables will lie atteitdqato'by first rate
ostlers, who will lie in w~ritingpt all bours, I!y
day oranight, to see .that horses are properly ta
ken care of. .CIH A RLES Jt'GLOVERi
se't22 ' - I
F OR the next year, on ti oat favorable
terms- A building vei' mutable for. a
Dr Store, Law -Office. or~ oer purposes.
Appc1 y to ' P'F ABORDE.
Sg7The friends of E O~DIE E.qr,
announce him as aca da d j te flicc of
Shrff of this Diefri t ti i~rceletron
januar 1 -~" 51
T/c hepebst ad best scienific papcr in ik Uni
-ted States is'the net paper entitled, ge
hiventor's-Advocate, Palent O1ke Report
er. andEr positor of Arts and Trades.
P UBLISH ED by Ruf'us Porter, (fornerly
editor and publisher of the " New Yoik
Mechhaic". and the "Scientific Americari,")
at-the Sun:Buildings, No. 138 Fulton street,
. Each number of this paper contains from
ihrde to-five Engravings, most of them Original
and well executed, illustrative of New Inven I
tioans,-Scientlie Principles, Elegant Designs, I
and Natuiral Cinsities-also general notices I
of-the progress of Mechanical and other.Scien- 1
ti6e Improveien ts-Anerican and Foreign In
ventions-catalognes. of American Patents
original Scientific Essay., illustrating the scien
ces of Mechanics, Chea istry. Electro-Magnet,
ism and Magneto-Electricity;-Cirinis Philo.
- ophical Experiments, and valtable insaiuction
invarions Artils & Trades,-notices of thb most
interesting passing events,religious intelligence,
poetry, &c. This paper is especially entitled
to the patronage of metchaiiics and-manufactu
rers; and farmers also will derive much advan
tage from its instruction in various inechanical
trades. As a family newspaper it will convey
more useful ititelligence to children and yonng
jople than five tines its cost in school iustruc
ton; and on the principle of economy, it may,
beargtued, that cvety copy, if well preserved
will command more than the originar cost at
the end of the year: Published weekly for one
dollar per annum per-single copy ; five copic's
to one address for four dollars.
dec 20 tf 49
STATE OF SOUTH-[ CAROLINA,
Margaret Hlead, Applicant, ) Summons
Jamil, McCrary and others. D'ffts. Partition.
Srappearing to my satisfaction, that James
McCrary, 0Thomas McCrary. and John
McCrary, distributees in tlie above stated case,
reside beyond the linits of this State, it is there
fore ordered, that they do appear in the Court
of Ordinary for the District' of Edgefield and
State of Sonth Carolina, on or before the third
day of'April next. to show cause. if any. why
the real estate ofAnrn McCrary, dec'd.. should
tinot be sold or divided. or their coinseit to the -
same will be entered of record.
- Given tinder my hand, at my'oflcee, this the
27th December 1847.
JOHN ILLl., o. E. ).
dec 29 - 3m 49
DIL JOEL BRANHAM'S
LIPER o fD SECTIC
IN offering this valuable Medicina to the peo
pie of S. Carolina foi the relief and eare of
many diseases incident to a Sonthern climate,
- do not claim for it infallibility; neither do I
say it will cre all diseases. But in
CHRONIC LIVER. AFFECTIONS
- A ND DYSPEPSIA.
I can confidently advise and recommend its
use, from =y persodal observation and use of
tfie.article in my own practice. This nrticle is
fimorably received wherever it ha beer. used.
-am aillowed to refer-to Mr. George Heard of
'Ti-iiiip..r AitJohn Warren of Columbus, Mr.
51eAMeffo Cobb, M r. Asbury H ull of Atheis,
Mi4W. illiam D. Terell of Putnan, 'Rev'd.
IN dYEi*Dawson"-of Lagrange; to which- a
btiiinberoi niinesifight be 'added; who
4':r ta lcsii esss found very frequently
dF i hfeehh iitittitions,.and ~
e is wiih-oftenex
rn6 .efiifluieee" uoti -
sied b'arrestless aniddesyonihts'
wiii all Mtaieaii)Wthi - eejiwc6
id-kyr-if e iti'the positrve ussur
iiiic'etiitifise dosfitpijfoperlysa'djnsted. so as
jiotioe clite bowvels too actively,-r'elief niny
bielied~oa withonut any, even the least of the
ilinrt~ cidsequelneps, resultinrg from th~e
is of the common purging medicines usually
resorted to. This article -will be found to act
as a'pleasatnt cordial and tonic, restoring the
app~itite, and at thse same time fulfilling every
indicationi that the common puirgintg medicines
Iare designed to efi'ect.
There are some cotnstitutions liable to regu
litr attacks of Bilions fever almost every fall,
to snch, [ recommend the use of this Medicine,
be'ginning at least by the middle of May, or-first
o f June. -
Many persons whose Digestive organs are
feeble, often experience am seimnat ofllinese.
-weight, and oppresasion, about the sinomach nft
ter eatiing-imn such cases a dose of this medi
cine f(vill nflen aiford imimediato relief.
Pregnantt womni ofitn sf'er from hear
brn and costiveness, they my-use the article
without the least danger andi with grea:t betnefit,
Int sick or nervous bead-~achie, it is a mst vin
I could append a long list of certificates, hut
forhear, preferring to rely on the virtnes of the
medficinte to suistaini itself. Th'le mnedici ne is it
gentle and certaint cathau ic tonic nt ndl sudlorific,
-For sale by Robert Andhersotn, Libetrty Hill,
Clientemi & Settle, Dmintonsville, Chmarles Free
mtan, Cairo P. 0., anid
J. D. TIBBETTrs,
Edgefield C. Ii.
sept.8 Iy :33
T1 H E Subscriber informs his friends iaind the
public, that lie is preptared to Botard chtil
dren goiing to School at the Pottersville Acade
mry. at Five Dollars per niontht. Parents and
others placitng their childlren utnder his care,
that their wants will lhe strictly attenidedm to.
jannary 14 -' tf 51
T IEsubscriber having been apporintedh by
G. W. Brannon,. Assignee of the stock
in trade, anid assets of the firm of G. WV. & W
B. Brannon,'hereby requires pitymient from
all the dabtors of-said firm, who wish to avoid
L. I. MUNDY, Assignee.
november 17 3m 43
ALL these indebted to the estate of Charity
Johnson, dec'd., are requested to make
iimnediate paymient, and those lihuig demands
to prescomt them properly aitteted.
-C. U. GOULID)EN,
SIM EON A TTA WAY.
july7 ~- - - - tf 24
ANY Perwens withing PIA NNO'S T UNED
can be attended to-, b~y applyinig to M r.
Aaron A. Clark, Edgefield C. 1H.; by hetr
oge othier i e t r
July 7 tf 24
D ABBEY #ould respectfully inform his:
e friends and patrons. that Ite htas remiov
ed his H ARNESS and SADDLERY S HOP
to the honise lately occuspied by Mr. Fields as
Bakery. of posite C. H. Goodtii's Bar room
january 5 . - tf -'50'
1raefenberg-Cornipapy's Ofice iS
.50, Broedway New
York.-Thiis is to.cer- -
tify.thiat - Ar. Uod
BuAi'IaNa of the State
ofGeorgin, is dnif ap.
pointed the Gerieral
Agent of this Comupa
ny in and for the State
of South Carolina and
Georgia, and is anthor
-ised to establish Local
Depots therein, and to.
grant rights to vend
he Comipuny's ledicines. Every Agent must
ave a certificate with the seal of the Cpmpa
iy therennto. signed by its Secretary and coun
ersigiied by the aforesnid General Agent. No
mIe is antthorised to sell the Company's Medi
lines without such certificate.
EDWARD I-ARTON, Sec'ry.
The undersigned is fully prepared to establish
L GRAEFENBERG DEPOT in all places of
proper size in S. Carolina end Geo'rgin. - Im
nediate application should be made, personal.
yor by letter to George Brainerd, agent, No.
10, Hayne street, Charleston. As there will
probably be but one Depot in a town or vil
age, the agency will be very valuable -
The celebrated Medicines of the GRAEF
EN BERG COMPANY are rapidly and com
pletely superceeding all others. Where once
introduced, no one thinics of using any others.
Their character is best explained -by the fact
that THIR'ff THOUSAND BOXES OF
TH EIR PILLS ALONE ARE SOLD EACH
AND EVERY WEEK.
Certificates upon certificates from all parts
af the country are constantly received, testify
ng to their wonderful powers. Their efficacy
is alnost im ediately felt, so that a single box
wvill show th iuvalid whether they are or are
riot doing him good. The sick should at once
handon all other medicines and give these
Pills a fair trial.
The operations of the Company throughout
the world are of unprecedented magnitude, the
uigh and commanding character of which has
received the unqualified approbation of distin
gished Clergymen. Jurists, philantropists, and
he public generally. The Patent Medicine
business is assuming an entirely new position
through the Graefenferg Company.. Almost
3very fitniy .in the land has occasion to use
ome kind of patent medicne, and an organiza
ion like that of this Conpany is of paramount
ntblic importance. Ily ihis means, reliable.
nedicines tmay be had.
The leading article to which.public attention
s invited is "
THE -GRAEFENBURG VEGETABLE
The following complaints yield with certainty
to their power
Astihmn, Fever and Ague
Bilious Complaints Green Sickness,
Bowels-deficient ac- Gripes,
tion itn Heartbnrn,
Caturih, . Headache,
Constipation. . Hysterics,
Cough.of Pregnancy, Incontinence of Urine,
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints,
Dyspeptic Consump. Mentruation, suppres
tion, . sed or painful.
Digestion-imperfect, Nervous Disorders,
tmmmer complaints, y
'ffectionis of the stomach atid bowels, it is
lible. Priced& citsts a bottli', with ample di
TI-I E G(REEN MOUNTAIN VEGETABLE
DINTl'M E NT.-Who~rever iuifiammation exists
Lthis Ointmnent is a pitiive atnd utnfailing reme
dy. Price 23 anom 50 ets. a bor.
THE GRAEFEN BERGPFEVER AND A
GUE PILLS-The most implicit reliance may
be placedi on these Pills They are the only
p~ositive ensres known, anid shonid lhe tried by
all who stiffer fr-otu this disorder. Price $1 a
THE GRAEFENBERG EYE LOTrON
For disordors of the eyes this Lotion has no
etgnal. It is cottponnded upon tihe most scien
tilie p'iinciples, antd iias performed extraordina
ry eitres. For violent inflamtmation, ditmness
and failinig of the sight, weaktess of the eyes.
invol iutaty weepitig. foreign subsetances in the
eye. &c., it is a positive attd speedly cnre. Price
25 cetnts ti bottle, with full directions.
THE G RAEFENBERG HEALTHT BIT
TERS-Soiveretgn to build up the enervated
system, to restore tie appetite, and clear the
skin. Price 25 centrai package.
COPOUN D'15-Wrrntedl to mnake t wognarts
stuperior mn gunlity to any in the world. Price
GEORGE BRAINARD, Agent.
Anid for sale'hy
Ri. 8. R OB E RTS,
Edgelield Cohirt f-ouse, S. C.
And in Chatrleston,, by NELSON CA RTER,
apposite the Chmarlestoni Hotel; AMOS HEAD,
ipponsite tfe P. 0. antd 263 King-st. Charlestont.
WVM. H lAIN ES. Angnsta, Gay
JO HN LEM MONi Milton, S.'C.
M. LEMMON, Winsboroiith, S. C.
january '21 - 3m 52.
Brought to the Jail
F this District, a Mulatto tian, who says
yhis name is HiRAM. and that lie belones
o Mr. John Harrison, of Fairfield District, S.
U'. Said fellow is abotut five feet six incites
Sigh, between 23 und 23 years of age, bright
complexionm. He has a scar tunder the left eye'
said fellowi says. he ranaway sometime in July -
,r August last.
rThe owner is requested to come forward.
arove property. pay charges. antd take hinm
iway, or he will be dealt with as the liaw directs.
C. H-. GOODMAN, J. E. D.
january 5 -tf 50
IN THE COMMON PLE AS.
h-enry B. Gleason, , Deduaration
hs. . 'ma
lames kl-. Jones|& Co. )AttadoentL.-'
H E Plaintiff in the above case, having"
.U this day filed htis Declaration in tiny of
ice,r and the Defendatt lhaving neither wife
ror attorney. knownt to reside within the limits
>f this State, on whotm asenpy of the said.De. ri
laration, with a rufe. to plend. 'can he served. 0
Jn motion of Mr. Graiy, Attorney for-Plaintiff, It
is ordered. That the said Defendant appear- t
md plead to the said Declaration, within a year I
tnd a dauytot m thendte hereof. gor fitnal and a
hbsolnte judgment will be awarded against htim ai
'. T-H O. G. BACON, Clark. f
Clerk's Office, May 26,1847. ely 19)
TA TA O SOV i H
EDGI&F~Ik)D)el W '
iN T HE 'QOM0I
ler, Ripfey &eCo.' ~~'
1.& .: -dis
rannon & Anderson ;
loward & Garmany ~ ,-.'- .
rannon & Anderson,
& A. W esiun
rannon & Anderson,
rannion & Anderson,
rannon & Anderion.
.D. Fanning--& Co-.
Irannon & Anderson,
0 BEiItT -ANDERSON, one oa. d ii 60
dants in the above stated' sei
u the custody of the Sheriff o fi
rict, by virtue-of writi of capias
uM, at the suits of the rerpe~tive la
lie above named casad vangpie
schedule of his (whole r tate
nd personal. with a vieWio obtainiheb
f the Acts of te Legzslature ofthis
nonly called the Insolven -Deb,
notion of Mr. Adams, Defendast'-sAtto"',
'ublic nutice is hereby given t6 thisai -
tipley & Co., and a othirthei
lie said Robert Andersonth itf the
iqn will be heard qpd consideredoi. r
eveiitee.th day of March 'ei,
dourt House, ot on auch''oth er4y
wourt may order, during thoiteirmeo 6"
ng on the first Monday of Miich ne
>lace, and the said Miller, ?Ripley &
ill others, the creditors of the said
lorson, are hereby commanded'iten a -
tither personally or by attorney' io
f any they can, why the petitono
,obert Anderson, should not be he
,ranted, and he be discharged from. n
iy complying with the- Acts aforeaiaj'
ng to the terms of said Ats...
THO. G. -BACON
Clerk's Offce, Dec'r. 17th,1847 -
dec 17 -
State of South" Cio -
IN THE COMMO
ifillers,Ripley & Co,
. vs.. - a
3rannon & Ander-son, '.
loward & Garmany,
3rannon & Anderson,
). & A. Wesson,
3rannon & Anderson
onias Conkling & Co
3rannon & Anderson, 1
5eaman &Peck, survivp,
3ran non & Anderson.
D. Fauning &-Co On ' -
3rannon & Anaerson,, ,
ohn W.,M undy,-biider
irst Mionday of Miechniia
and the said Millers, Ripley &C o
Siarmazny, D. &r Al Wesson.Tans ~Can -
ing& Co., Seamarr&; Pek-siivgr~F
P'anning & Co.,ana'John%'ndyl-herei,
tnd. all o'thers,- the creditors or the said.'Wl
.iam B. Biannen, are herebyf ~chrniided
-ithier personally or by attoiney thieii andB ,
o show canso, if any they can, whhjths si
ifthe said William B. Brannon shibuld 66t6
eard anid granted. and he he- dischargedsfrem
onfinemnent, by complying with. the 'eN -
fores~iid, according. to-1le terms :of the sad
cts. -T HO. G. BACON, 'Clar.
decemberS 8 in ---4
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLNA
EDGEF'E LD DISTRICTV
3aker and Hart, .
vs. .Dcaa i-i AUas.
rohn W. Graves. ) ment. -
I ~HE Plaintiff in the abovecase, havicg
this day filed .his Declarafiin .inery
)liice, anid the Defendant hiavingn'eithir wife
or Attorney, kniown to reside w:itn tholini
f this State, oin whom a copy of said Declara
idn, wvith a rule to plead can 'be serveda; .C
notionm of Banuskett, attorney for plaintiflf,".
lered, th.it the said Defendant appear andeplei
a said Declaration, within a year add a d9
romi the date hereof, or jadgmenthivilM
warded against him by default. .
31erk's Office, Edgefield C. Hi Jan
ja'nuary 21 ' ' 3.qr5iii
iTATE OF SOUTH-CA ROLIN
IN THlE COMMON-PLEA&%'
['hiomas P. ?dl ner. . :Dectarcations.\.
talph Scurry. '.
H-E Plaintiff in the above caseS :ai
.tiis day filed his Declaratios in
ce, and the Defendant having usit~efe.
or attorney, known to -reside withzirntl~iliuin
f this State, on wh om a copyof aid-DeFaia.4
on, with a rule to plead, can he seved -
otion of Mr. Adams, attorney for.Plaintif,ifTw
rderud,thaut the said defendantappeairnd pieJ
ri the said Declaration, within a ye r aui.''
ay from the data hereof, dr judgmenit willUe
iven againsat himn by deftilc
THO. G. BACON. Cleri.
l1erk's Oficee. Edgefield C. H. 18th Nov.184i -
november 24 - ' y ; . - ly %
TAT EO SUHCAOa
LN T HE COMMON PLRASki
vs. Declaration iik Aad,5
'.h Clark. rnent
thsdyfiled-nis Declarations inun
ce, anfd the Defendant-having' neither Wi (
or Attorney, known to reside within the lit..
rilhe said State, on whom acopy ofisajd deo
rations with a rule to plead thereon anibr
arved, on.niiotion of ir. WardlawPanr
ttorney, it is ordered. that the said Dfdia
ppear and plead tiitheiaid eiila uaswit
year and i -dity,. fronhe:fais i
adgment will- be awardeil againstib hun e-~
Clerk's-Office, April- 30, 147, 1& \-1~