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B Y virtne of a writ of Fieri Facias. to me
directed, I will proceed to sell at the
Ware Houne of Geiger & Parthw inl the
Town of Hamburg, on Wednesday the 16th
anst.. in the following case ; William H. Moss.
vs. Dandy & Key fourteen Bales of Cotton,
levied on as the property of T. N. Daudy.
Tea mws of sale cash.
S. CHRISTIE, s. E. D.
August 2d. 1848. tal. 28.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
B y JOHN HILL, Esq, Ordinary of
Whereas Mark Ethridge hath ap
plied to me for Letters of Administra
tion. on all and singular the goods and
chattels, rights and credits of Rachel
Jinings, late of the District aforesaid,
These are, therefore. to cite ant! admoo
ish nil and singular, the kindred and cred
itorsof the said deceased, to be and appear
before me. at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District, to be holden at Edge
field Court House on the 14th day of A ug't.
inst, to show cauase, if any, why the said
administration should not he granted.
Given uuder rmy hand and seal, this the
1st day of August. in the year of our Lord
one the'ucaud eight hundred and forty
eight and in seventy-third year of Amer
JOHN IILL, o. E. D.
Aug. 2 -t 28
STATE OF SOUTH CAR.. LINA.
BY JOHN11ILL, Esq., Ordinary of
Whereas Thomas McCarty hat I ap
plied to me for letters of adntnistration.
on all and sitngular the goods and chattles,
rights and credits of Alexander Stewart
late of the District aforesaid. dec'd.
These are, therefore. to cite and admon
ish all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to be and appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said Disti ict, to be holden at Edge
field Court House on the 14th day of
August next, to show cause, if any, why
the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this 28th
day of July in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and for:y'
eight and in the seventy-third year of
Amet ican Independence.
JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
Aug 2 2t 28
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE COUJRT OF ORDINARY.
$Y JOHN HILL. Esq., Ordinary of
Whereas Chesley Wells bath applied
to me for Letters of Administration, on all
and singular the goods and chattels,. rights
and credits of. Wiley Wells late of
the. District aforesaid, deceased.
- These. are, therefore, tocite and admon
ish alt and singular, the kindred and credi
.torir dishe said.deceased. to be and appear
before =me, at our .next Ordinary's Court
for the said.District*tu be holdena at Edge
field Court House on the 14th day of
. .Angust. next., .to show cause, if any,
why the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this 28th
day of July in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and forty-eight
and in the seventy-third year of Anmeri
JOHN B IL L. o. E. D.
Aog2 2t 28
* Chinese Floating Sand Soap.
A newv and elegant preparation for the Toi..
let and for softening, whitening, and
beautifying the hands and face. Teis snap ob
viates tile objection ofrthose who find the Sand
1Balls to coarse, antd is wvarranted superior to
atnything offered in the market. Price le.s cents
. a cake. For sale by R. S. ROBE RTS.
Aug 2, tf 28
S PLEN DID House Brooms, 124 ets. up to
50 cts. chcl, the largest and best evcr
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS.
July 26 trf2
To our Ousiterners once
OE employ ins to retpair any work, is to
Upromise to pay cash These re~ nmy
terms. I am not able or willing to keepi books,
or to depend upon your7 t.groes n komn you mend
to taks engagemients with me. When the
work is done, send the cash.
C. L. R1EPO, 4~ALn
July 5 tf 2
~Carpentier8 Tools A6
BRA CES and Six Bitts at $1,50 complete.
Braces and 24 Blitta, 5.50 do.
Briar Sthes,100 each.
Bevels. Gumages, Squares, &c. &c. all kitnds.
For sale by R. S. ROBEItTS.
July 26 tf 27
Boots and Shoes.
W OMEN'S Shoeb at 50 e. to 51,25 a
Men's Boots at $1.75 to $5.00 a pair.
With a complete assortment. for srale by
Rt. S. ROIJERTS.
July 26 tf 27
Preston's Extracts of Lemnon and
FOR flavorinzr Jefnies and Ice Creams at 25
cnts and 37h cents a bo tie, for sale by
Fft. S. ROBERTS.
July 26 tf 27
IN THE COMMON PLE AS.
S. W. Kenuerly. ) Dclaration
C. H1. Lindsey. Attachment.
TH E Plaintiti in the above cse, having
this day filed his Declaration in my of
fice, and the Defenidant hiaving neither wife
ntor attorrney, known to reside within the limits
of this State, on whom a copy of the said De
claration, with a rule to plead, can he served.
On motion of Mr. Gray, Attorntey for Plaintiff,
It is ordered, That the said Defendant appear
and plead to the said Declaration, within a year
and a day fromn the date hereof, or final and
absolutejutdgmtenit will be awarded against hinm
by default. 3.
THO. G. BACON, Clerk.
Cr-k.. Onie,. Jniea29,'in48..t .24
STATE OF SOUTHCRONA;.
T OLED'befhre me, by'Benjamin Murrell,
living about five tmiles from Edgefield,
C. H., one sorrel horse. with white lore (left)
leg, about 6 years old, with a- saddle and bridle
on. Appraised at $40.
W. H. ATKINSON, et. E. D.
July 21st, 1848. 4tm 27
New Boot and Shoe
W HERE Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes
are made in a most superior style of fit
Gentlemen wanting cork soled, double soled.
water proof, walking, dress, patent leather.
and a fine pump soled BOOTS, need but
leave their orders wilh the subscriber.
march 1 tf 6
CHARLES A. MEIGS,
RETAIL DEALER IN
Ioreig& & lit Jle ti oEods,
Groceries, Crockery and
H ATS, CAPS. BONNETS & SHOES
EDGEEIELD COURT HOUSE S. C.
QT Orders from the Country respectfully so
licited and promptly executed.
July 12 tf 2.
M R. ROFF, who hld conditionally an in
terest in the right of Edgefield District,
to Hotchkiss' Reaction Mill Wheels, (Patent)
has never complied with said condition, thero
fore lie holds no interest, and has no right te
sell or ma e any contract for said Wheels.
We, the undersigned are the owners, of said
right, and a tight purchased from any other,
unless our agent, will not be gool.
MAr. J. T. WEEBER, we autnorise, wtth full
power to act as our agent.
COTIRAN & MOORE.
March 1. 1847. tf 6
T1HE Subseriber has just received a splen
did Stuck oflSpring and Summer Goods.
For Ladies' ware, a fine lot of
Musins, Barages and Ginghams,
Fine Mantles anti Shawls,
Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons,
Worked Collars and Muslin Trimings,
Black and White Lace Veils,
For Gen-lemnen's wear,
A fine Stock of Boots and Shoes, of all
be;hora,Panama, Palm, Silk and Bever
Hardware, Cutlery and Crockery,
A gond assortment of Groceries, such as
Sugar, Cof'ee, Molasses and Rice,
Fresh Ci EESE,
With ninny articles too tedious to mention.
all of which will he sold very cheap for Cash,
or on time, to punctual customers.
B. C. BRYAN.
April 11 tf 12
IFTY Ounces Quinine, at $3,50 cts. per
For.sale by R . S. ROBERTS.
Jnly 26 - tf 27
H E Copartnershi p beretofore existing tun
-3.. der the Fir m of WATson & CniPs.EY, ws
issolved by mntual consent, on the Thirteenth
of June last. All persons indebted to said firm
by Note or Account are requested to tanke
payment, as theoy they wish t- cloise up the
buiness as fast as possible. The Notes and
Acotunts are in the hands of J. F. 'Vatson, to
whom payment can be made.
JAS. F. WATSON.
J. S. CHIPLEY.
Juily 06 3 27
For Sale or Rent,
THE HOUSE and LOT formerly occu:
..pied by S. S. Tom pkins, Esq. A pply
to S F. GOODE,
A pril 4 ft 11
TIS hereby given, that application wvill he
Lmnd e in the Legislatuore for au Aci of
incorporation of Mount Tabor Church,
itated 6 miles N. E&. of Edgefield Court
July 1 1848 3m 26
APPLICATION will be made at thea next
s.essiont of thte Legislature to discontinue
he old Chiarleston Road between thie Bridge
on Ninety-Six Creek and ite Creek tnext a-.
ove the Gut House of N. L. Grnffin, on the
July 10, 1848. 3m 26
ilar<dware, Cutlery, 4c. Ac.
CoNSISTzNG IN PART OF
Ktnives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Rndgers'
Razors, Seissors and Sheatb, Shoe Knives,
Butcher Knives. Percussion Caps, Powder
lasks, Shot Pouches, Mahogany Knobs,
Curtain Pins, Cork Screws, Nail and Spike
Gimlets, Brass Snuffers. Hat Hlooks, Brass
Butts, Rings. Knobs and Nails, Steel Spurs,
Tea and Table Spoons, Plane Iroiis, Socket
Chiseh, Spring lantces, "Emerson's" and
"Rough & Ready" Raznr Straps. Spades and
Shovels, Patent Scythe Blades, Collin's Axes,
Rim Plate and Pad Locks, Till Chest and
Truk Locks, Knob Latches, Round Bolts,
H alter Chains. Screw Drivers, Cast Butts and
Cut Tacks, Nail Hammers, Shingling Claw
and Broad Hatchets, Tea Kettles, Trace and
Halter Chains, Sance Pans, Sad Ironis, Waffle
and Wafer Irons, Steelyards and H oes, Baek
and Haitd -Saws, Curry Combs, Drawing
Knives, Sand Paper. Pewtc.r Fawcetts, Brass
Candle Sticks, Coff'ee Mills, Iron Bound
and Painted Buckets, Sifters and Brooms.
Just received, and for sale by
CIIA S. A. MEIGS.
July 26 tf 27
Brushes, Blacking, &c.
T3 OP-KNOT or doubile Blacking Brushes,
25 cts. to 374 ets. each.
Hair Brooms, Dust Brushes, Scrubbing
Brushes. &c. &c. &c.
Hair Brushes, a fine ar:icle at 25 cts. and up
For sale by R .ROBERTS.
.July26 tf '27
starch, sal Eratus,
BEST white Poland Starch, 124 cts. a
Ntewv Sal Eratus', 124 cts.a pound.
Pearl Ash, 124 ets. a pound.
Black Pepper. 124'ets. a pound.
Gintger, 124 cts. a pound. -
Ground Ginger and Pepper,very fine at 18~
ts. a pound.
Just received from PhiIadelp1iui, by
Shop formerly occupied by 4 suiiArW
for the plirpose of"Maiufa i
andw ould inform them that' e epgagSd
Mr. Crensbaw,who will sa peo ;end-man
ufacturing of them. -My benade
of the beat materiale, and 'e's ayth pro-r
priety, they are the ChipestGI N.$ in the
Southe: n States, taking the.workmtnabip into
consideration.- - I will warra my" Gns to
make cotton equal to atiy afe onany other
Gin in the Southern 'Statesi Iving -the true
staple of the cotton, and. nitkuig at"perfectly
free of knap and' clear of - rls. ty"Gins
will be delivered at the pucbl r dnestdce
free of charge, and warratlitedo.give ample
satisfaction. - --
All Orders addresed to the. ubsciber will
meet with prompt attention.4epairmng done
in good style and at short notice".7All old Gins
of 10 inch saws I will repair-and.put them on
improved principles, and alsia.warrant diem to
make as good cotton as-any. ofthe improved
Gins, and at much less cost Jun a new one.
J. D. BAMMACK.
Crawfordville, Ga. May, 1848. :m3m-23
Oglektorpe County,April 22,1847.;
I have used, for the last-threey-ears, a ma.
chine that was made by R.- S.'.rensbaw. of
Crawfordville, Ga. I consider it one of the
best Gins I have ever seen. Two iiall mules
will gin, with a great deal ofeafe,. three bales
per day, and I do not think theraas a Gin in
Georgia that can excell it in' utaiing fine cot
ton. In fact, Mr. Crenshaw has sold a -great
many Gins in this county:stfd'Elbert; and I
think every man who purchased'is perfectly
satisfied. All of his Gins which have been
sold in this county, and they ta few, run
light, pick fast, and what is bet all, when
the cotton is carried to marketit sells for the
very highest price.
This is to certify .that I pubus~ed. of J. D.
Hammack 'last year. a 457y ji-friction cot
ton gin, which wakes superior: cotton to any o
gin I have ever had. I cari.ed-Z6A4 g usta a.
part of my crop last fall, whi*gvae pronounced I
by one of the best judges of J in :Augusta, I
to be the finest lot that was-a _ warehuuse.
Two of my neighbors lately.. their crops,
ginned on my gin, and obtained five%eighths.ol
a cent per lb. above the market pice. I have
not sold my cotton, but feel cotifd#'tof getting
the highest market price .t i:d* sel. From
all that I know of Mr. Ha ic1'a.make of
Git.e, and there are several jj:pereton around
me, I would say to those. g topurchase,
they would do well to try fi ibefore purchasing
elsewhere. M Uam BiV'nr
Taliaferro Count., Gd;, ai 1848.
I -hereby certify that I puchased of J. D.
Hammack, last year,. a fortyaw ai fricuon
cotton Gin, which perfortmed.1swellms any gin
I have ever. seen tried It. m*ad c- n equal,
in my opinion, to that-of-anyoftieCver g'ns,
which are so hi.hly praid . i4to r cotton.
My gin and gir,house were consmed by fire,
and -as a report has gooe abroad .faitthe house
was fired by the gin,I take tlii p.ortunity to
say, in justice to Mr. Mammask. ihatt is false.
I think I can with confide - om end his
Gins to'those wishing to pu ,lis rca
son: his woik is -al -dnne-b, feW uad. expe I
rienced hands, instead of-roqhtokmen, as
is generally the case where. ttlle are a great
many Gins made. E-t ssio Et s- B...
This is to certify that4I purchasedifrty-fonri.
saw cotton Gin, of the- box .kindjefrom J. D.
Hamitiek, last year, -which perfoams well,
making'ns good cott,n as any .inthat 1.am
acgnainted with. It runs hg e of heat. I
The boxes I consider equal ow mn use.
I have ginned as much as -. ...of clean i
cotton per day on it. To all-whopwish to pur- I
hase a good Gin I would say try them before I
going elsewvhere. RADFoRD Gusa. -
W'V? ErcH.7s1 & a c,~
HAVE remove their stock of Dry Goods
to the Store tinder the Amerlean Hotel, 1
(ate H ubbard's,) wvhere it is their purpose to
kep a full assortment of -
American, French ad English I
D RY G O OD S. i
We wvould take this opport'unity to return our I
thanks to our numerous Wends fdr the very
liberal patronage bestowgd'd'p'.s for the Iast six
years, and would solicit a continuance of their
W e would also invite all persons buying Dry
Goods ini Hamburg, who are not already on
our large list of subscribers toguivs 15s a trial.
Our stock will consist ofajtnuch larger and
more general assortment than we have hereto
fore kept. WVe shall also continne to keep our
usual assortment of Carpeting, Oil Cloth, Floor
Matting, Bonnets, and L.adies and Chiildrens ,a
N. B.--Just received a full assortment of all
numbers of gtenuine
Destcle BollUng Clel1a.
which together wviih all articles in our line will I
be sold as low as they can be procured in Ham-t
burg or Augusta. -
WM. KETCHAM & CO.
SHamburg, S. C. Aug. 7-11 tf 29 *
Brought to-the Jali
OF this District, a-negro nun, wvho
.says his name isSIMOQN, and that i
he belongs to Mr. Bailey Philips, living
within tenl miles of Livingslon post Office,
Sumter County, Ala. Said fellow is a- c
bout five feet, 7j inches high, -light coin- a
plexion and bet ween 28- andA30 years of '
age. Hie has a-double-row ofiupper front
teetb, and has- lost 'iideft big-toe. lHe
ays he rana way about seven weeks since.
Whent taken he had a.bdrse, .rhich, he
says lie stole near Motstgo'mery, Ala..
The owner is -requesteI to scome for
ward, prove property,s.pay. -cearges and I
ake him away, or be wdll be dealt with
are the law directs.
- A. H. BURT, J E. D.
July 17 'tr 26
A TRACT OF MNID;-eontaining -Five
hundreil and eigt.Eeacres
twelve mnile. fromn Edgelht.:H.,lynbe
tween Beavdrdam andik key .Crek,I
miles from Carroll's Mill,:.
Terms will be made eay.
R; PLATT, BRUNSON.
may 31 19
Wool ith Sed.
TlH ESubsenbers ar~aeured to .Card
wool.itthe:best pose.I anannarlfor Toll
or Cash; art custdA,ar ts~adsolicit a share
of the public patronag h ifeoe o liberally
bestowed, qd' sill rci"U Wool without
burriig orjic'a " additionial
cbaitre,t 4iDnnor 'aCreph,
8Bmd' es east of'i a 'T
-= vW,.Df BOJ SON -
May,, 3. 3m 15
WORM wORMS! WORMS!
r.: yne'S ToniC. Mepa
HEtist pleasant as. well as the most
S certain "remedy' for" Worms ; which is
erfecI-afe, and so pleasant that children
vil-no refuse to .take it.. I effectually de
soysWorns, nentralizis acidity or sourness
if the stomach. incrraes appetite, and acts as
Sgoneral'and permaneiit tonic, and is there
'ore exceedingly beneficial in intermittent'and
emittent fevers, indigestion. &c., and is a cer
ain and permanen. cure fur FEVER and Aouz.
It not only destroys Worms and invigorates
he whole system, but it dissolves the supera
>undant"slime or mucous so prevalent in the
dtomach and bowels of children. afibre espe.
:ially of those in bad health. This mucous
brms tie bed, or nest, in which worms pro.
luce tlieir young; and by removing it, it is
mpossible for them to remain in the body.
It is harmless in its effects on the sys..
em, and the health of the patient is always
wproved by its use, even when no worms
ire discovered Numerous certificates of its
zefulness have been received, which the pro.
>rietor does not consider necessary to publish.
[u fact he is in daily receipt of letters of com"
aendation from various parts of the country ;
lot only in regard to its superiority in the ex.
?ulsion of worms, but also on account of its
valuable as a properties as a pleasant tonic and
Josiah Thompson, nicar Salem, N. J. ad.
ainisered this Vermifuge to a child between
wo and three years old, and says that in a few
lays she discharged one hundred and twenty.
even large worms!!
Mr.J. A Lentz. of Penn Township Savings
[nstitution, in this city, gave it to one of his
:hildren; and says that after the sixth dose it
roight away about fifty worms at once, five
ad six inches long.
Mr. Ferdinand Woodruff used two bottles
>rthis Vermifuire for Dyspepsia, and in the
onrse of two weeks discharged upwards of
hirty pieces of Tape worm, and was thereby
Another gentleman of this city had it ad
ninistered to his little daughter, about three
rears old, when she had a number of dischar
'es from her bowels composed entirely of lit.
he white thread worms. He said they came
[way from her, not only by hundreds,butl i may
ruly say, by,thousands, separately uad in solid
Palls as large as hickory nuts, composed en
irely of dead worms."
For sale by R. S. Roberts, only Agent in
his place for the sale of Dr. Jayne's celebra
ed Family Medicine.
July 26 27
Yayne's Carninatie Ba
IS a pleasant, certain, safe and effectual re
medy for Dysentary, Diarrhcea. or Loose
res, Cholera Morbus, Summer Complaint..
Jolic, Griping Pains, Sour Stomach, Sick and
ervous Headache, Heartburn, Waterbiash,
Pain or Sickness of the Stomach, Vommitiug,
spitting up of Food after eating, and also
vhere it passes through the body unchanged,
Want of Appetite, Restlessness and inability
o Sleep, Wind in the Stomach and. Bowels,
lystencs, Cramp, Nervous Tremours and
['witchings, Sea Sickness, Faintings, Melan
holy and.Lowness of Spirits, Fretting of In.
ants, and for all Bowel Af'ections and Ner
This article is really invaluable in a family,
and may be depended upon, and if generally
ised"by physicians, Summer Complaint would
ae deprived of all its horrors. as they would
int lose one patient in five hundred cases, but
rould.perforra effectual cureis in one fourth of
betime required by the usual methods of treat
net., It is as effectpal furadtits'as i' is for
SThis'Carmiative.has alsota veryhapy,ef
set on the mnany;Dyspeptic disorders of the
tonach-such as sourstomach, heavtburn,'wa
er brash, sick he.ad ache, weakness of the
ireast, .cough, didficulty of breathiing; tremors,
pams, melancholy. 'iking and faintness, vn
iting. atid spitting tip the food afl* eating.
iemeria, or where the food passes through thme
iody unchanged, want of appetite and inability
a leep. It will be very useful to pregnant
ronen, overconm:ng irrhtabilily of the stoumach
nd thereby preventing nausea, vomiting and
learturn. Mothers will find this much sitpe
or, as well as safer and cheaper to give their
hildren for fretting and crying &c. than the
sal drops aiid cordials to which they have
The Rev. Enoch Barker, now ofSamptown,
q. J.. says: "Having been afflicted with a se
ere Bowel Complamnt, attended with distres
ig pain anid discharge of hlood, and every ap.
erance of approiaching Dysentary, I obtain.
d one bottle oh Dr. Jayne's Carmmiative Bal.
an, a few doses of wich (taken accorditng to
lirections) effected a perfect cure."
'rom the Rev. Jonathan Going, late of N. Y.
Dr. D. Jayne-Dear Sir-Haying made use
f your Carmninitive Balsam in my family, and
nding it to be admirably adapted to the corn.
laints for which it is intended. I take pleae
ro in recommending it to the use ofmy friends
nd the public generally, believing those who
re affHieted with any of these complaints will
id relief in the use of this valuable medicine,
JONATH AN GOING. D. D.
Pres. Granvihle College, Ohio.
For sale by R. S. Roberts, only Agent in
is place for the sale of Dr. Jayne's celebia
ad Family Mledicinie.
FOIN D. 0HASE, II. D,,
Pystefan and hurgeon,
B EGS leave to offer his professional servi,
ces to the citizens of Edgefield and vicini
f. anid respectfulty to solicit a share of their
Doctor C.'s past stuccess in the treatment of
iseases of men, women and children, encouir,
ges him thus to ask the support of an enlight
.V. Mott, M. D., New York City,
A. Clark, M. D., *' "'
R. G. Frary, M. D) , Hudson. N, Y,
G. Kimball, M. D.. Lowell, Mass.
H. H. Child, M. D., Pittsfield, Mass.
N., B.-Prompt attention given to calls left
ay residence, the house formerly occur ied by
. S. Tompkmns. Esq., by night or day, or at
he Post Office by day. 1. D). C.
May 17 if' 17
BYTH E CONSENT OF PARTiES.
'HE Papers pertaining to the estate of
AWilliam Ferguson. dec'd., being in any
lands, all those indebted to the estate. by note
utade payable to Cullen O'Neal; Extor., in
ight of ,his wife, are required to make pay
nent, and those having demapds to present
Ihem properly attested to me.
-JOHN HILL, 0 E. D.
may 31 3m 19
Bem, Linseed and Train
BiLEACH ED Sperm Oil, beautiful quality,
E$1.25 ets. per gallon..
.Liseed Oil, $1 ,00 per' gallotn.
Finef'rain Oil;873cets. per gallon.
Acobol, S1,25cta.per~ gallon, pre.
prts of Tdirienmtine871 ets. a gallon.
* ~ ROBERTS.
STATE OF SOUTH. CAROLINA
W HEREAS,theili Will and Testament
of Edward Collier, deceased, was ad
mitted to Probate, in common form, in Ordina
rv, on 25th May last, and there being no proper
or legal Executors to the said Will, and a Pe*
tition and Suggestion being presented and filed
by Wm. E. Collier and nthere, legatees next
'of kin, requesti ng the Ordinary to carry ont the
proviior s.of the said Will. as required by the
Act of Assembly, passed 1846, in such cases;
t herefore, an order was passed on said petition
granting the prayer thereof. and the estate is
pow in the custody of David Lesly, Ordinary
of Abbeville District. for administration.
All per?ins,therefore.having demands against
the said estate, will present their notes or other
w'ittern evidences of indebtedness, together
with a true copy ther.f; and those who have
accounts agalast the estate will have them pro
von, as the law requires merehasand slwpkep
ers to prove their accounts on suits iLstitated io
the Court of Common Peeas, viz. that no prt^
thereof was paid in the lifetime of the testator
by settlement. discount or otherwise, nor since
hi3 death, and tint all discounts have been al
All demands whatever must be presented
without failure, on or before the first day of
December next; and all those indebted to the
estate (except those who have running accounts
at the Blacksmith shops, mills, &c for the pre.
sent year. who will be required to settle by the
25th of December) must make immediate pay.
went, as no indulgence can be given; for as all
the residue and remainder of the estate will be
sold this ensuing fall, it becomes necessary to
know by that time the full extent of the lebts,
in order that the Executor may turn over the
speciic legacies without future liabilities.
DAVID LESLEY, o. A. D. & Ex'or.
jnne 14 12w 21
DR. JOEL BRANHAM'S
LIVER a DFSPEC TIC
IN offering this valuable Medicine to the peo
pie of S. Carolina fort the relief and cre of
many diseases incident to a Southern climate,
I do not claim for it infallibility; neither do I
say it will cure all diseases. But in
CHRONIC LIVER AFFECTIONS
1 can confidently advise and recommend its
use, from rry personal observation and use of
the article in my own practice. This article is
favorably received wherever it has beer used.
I am allowed to refer to Mr. George Heard of
Troup, Mr John Warren of Columbus, Mr.
McAf'ee of Cobb, Mr. Asbury Hull of Athens,
Mr. William D. Terrell of Putnam, Rev'd.
John E. Dawson of Lagrange; to which a
great number of names might be added, who
bear their testimony to its value.
Habitual costiveness is found very frequently
connected with feeble constitutions, and per
sons of sedentary habits, which often exert a
very unfavorable influenbe upon the general
haelth of the subject: and is particularly mani
fested by a restless and desponding state of.the
mind, irregular if not a loss of appetite., For
this condition of the system. this article isconfi.
dently recommended with the ..positive assur
ance that if the dose is properly adjusted, so as
not to move the bowels too actively, relief may
be relied on, without any, even the least of the
unpleasant consequences, resulng from the
use of the common purging medicines.usually
resorted to. This article will be iband to act
as a pleasant cordial and tonic, restoring the
appetite, and .at tlae sameztime fulfilling.everv
indication that the common purgir)g iedicines
are designed to effect.
There-are;some coastitutions liiabie to;egu
to such,.I-reco'nmendhef e thLis Ms 16L
beginigat least by the mniddle of May, oi first
of June. ' -
Many persons whose Digestive organs are
feeble, often experience a sense of fullness,
weight, and oppression, abiout the stomnacha af
ter eating-in such cases a dose of this medi-.
ine wvill often afford immediate relief.
Pregnanat women often suffer from hear
barn anad costiveness, they may use the article
without the least danger and wath great bieneflt,
lan sick or nervous head-ache, at is a most vala
I could append a long list of certificates, but
forbear, preferring to rel on the virtues of the
medicinie to sustain itself The medicine is a
gentle and certain cathartic. tonic and suadorific
For sale by Robert Anderson, Liberty Hill
Cheatem & Settle, Dntonsville, Charles Free,
man, Cairo P. 0., and
J. D. TIBBETTS,
sepa.8Edgefield C. H.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
IN TH E COURT OF ORDINA RY.
William Little, Applicant, Partition of land
vs. devised by Wfil.
Jesse Little, James Little, liama Little, Sr.
I T app~earing to my satisfaction, that John
Little and David Little, two of the deleux
dants, reside without this State, it i therefore
ordered, thast they do appear end object to the
division or sale of the real estate of' Willinan
Little, Scar., devissed, to the parties to this
poceediang, on or before the fotarth day of Sep.
tember next, er their consent to the samte will
be entered of record..
JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN ORDiNA RY.
Philip '1ak and Summons in Par'tition.
IT appear ang to my satisfaction that Phil
lip Clark, Jesse Clark, Jesse Wallace,
and wife Francis. Wesley Runels, and
wife Elizabeth, defendants in this case, reside
without the limits of this State, it is there.
fore ordered, that they do appear and object to
the division or sale of the Real Estate of Eliz
beth Clark deceased, on or before thae first
Monday itn October next,.or their consent to
the same will be entered of record.
JOHN HILL, 0. 0. .
July 12 12c 25
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Jacob Pow )Bill for Partition o.f
vs. the Estate of Join
Philip Pow and others. Po:w, deceased.
I T appearing to try satisfactiona, that Johan
Sto.:kman and Rebecca his wife John
Reynolds and Ann his wife, Will'am Spann,
Philip Spann, William Edwards, Shep
hed and Sally his wife, late Sally Edwards,
ad Lewis Edwards, some,.of the Defendants
in this cause, are without tlae limats of this
State; Ordered, that dhe Defendants above'.
named, do appear in this Honorable Court,
and plead, answer or demur t o the said Bill,
withia three months from the puhlieationa of
this order, or.the said Bill, will, be taken pro
cofesso against tliem.
S.8S. TOMPKINS, c. a. E.-D.
.Comnmissioner's Office, Juil 0th, 1848. .7
July) 3m '25
Cheat and grow ricul
T HI. has been. the secret principle of tio'
- many of the Wholesale D"Lealers in. Ta.
.up to this time, and' they have praetiidt .
411ost shimeful imposition on the coinry:mer-t
cbent,. without anyi fear of deteciion. -'But"
a new eia in- the trad'e hasz'o;me fnd hI sr
Pekin Tea Company claims the' honor o' its.
introduction. They were the firdito raisPthe
Banner of Reform, on which it bas'inscribed;
the simple words,
-PURE TEAS AT HONEST PRICES:".
A complete revolution has beets the coiise:
quence. Let cousumera of Tea deryw ere,
look at what we have done.
1. We were the first to send them Teas that.
used to be called too good for them before.
2. We have driven out of the inarket a vast
amount.of trasls, and introduced a better classof'
Teas than has yet ever been sold. Impoitera
of Tea often come to us to get.tor theirown -
use, and for their friends, the fine qualities they
can find no where else. - t. .
3. We have rednced prices more. thsn25.6 ,
per cent. both ini Black and Green Teas. The-,
whole sale grocers .say we are runing' the
trade, and call us humbugs. Tbis,we have
done already, and now see what preare reiay
1. We wjn sell Teas by the singi chest; h'al
chest, or 14 lbs. box, at the same price that
wholesale grocers p.qy to the srpertera '.$en
they buy by the humidted packages.
2. The wholesale grocers always tlfei'"7
or 14 lbs. tare to the halfehest. Tis is a 'lili
We will allow, in most instances,15r,16.1b
tare on the same.
3. We hereby underizke to sell eve kindl
of Tea from six to twelve ceits per
per than the wholesale grocers do. -
' How can you do this?" asks the Scoon6',
merchant. This is our answer. Wa'ardcoir
tent with 7 per cent. profit, instead of25 ud
50 per cent. a la wholesale grocers.
An English Importer lately boasted to us ihat
he could make. more money by sending bad
Teas to the New York market than good Teas
We are resolved to overthiow this fraud- and
now call upon agents in every town in;.thp
United States to come foiward and bitythe.
Teas imported by the Pekin Tea Goapasy;.
and we pledge ourselves that ifin six months
they do not sell more Tea than the oldest and
largest dealers in the town, we.wilt give .heza
our Tea without charge. Thla'is in E i
lish. and cannot be misunderstood 'We p.
peal for testimony' to the- immense,scoessof
our Agents in~every part of the United states. -
Agents wanted io every part of the United
States, for the sale of those Teas by which
they can make money,.and confer a benefit on
the public by supplying the pure article
CATALOGUE OP TEAS.
On sale at the WVare Houses of the Pekin Comp.
75 &z 76 'Fo.TAO STass-. N.:Y.
The Teas mentioned in this cataolsuO aro
done up in quarter pound, hilf pound, and one
pound packages; the first or inside wrapper is
lead, the second is water, proof paper, and the
third or outside wrapper is of Chines rice *pa.*
per. The companysell.none but Good Tess,
done up in this superior manner, all of them I
grown in the most luxuriant.di.strics i.China.
Country dealers may select as smallaunatity.
of each kind as they like, and have ti6em pack*
ed in one chest. These tess also coiea e.
pound package, called 'qations,';a?yury ,
convenient, fanciful anld portable shijpe,. ,
Persons residing in any part . of the Unifd
States or Canada.can.order any, of;the.Tesn.
this catalogue,. by letter, in,quantities to:snit.
their wishes; We pack them in Chinese:4bz.
es, and 'eliverthenm to the fo~riiidiig; M.
chant'free friom chirge;for packing korcarage.
The money should always accompany te orb
Yoa on -go6;
", " exr fne *. a
silver leaf,- 1O0
Silver Leaf. Seidom: sold even byti eda
lers,15ecause of the very small profits 'n&
its sale. This is a very supeior.Tea.
-Golden Cheap chop, plantation,.ortgardea
Golden chop. Thlis is the, fine't.Greet T
cultivated in china. It is.of the first pickings,~
and exels all other Green .T,eis for.:ts.delic
cy of flavor. strength and"aroma. Heretdfore
this Tea has never reached this countryk ex
cept in small lots, as presents to i.nportere..
Hyson, very fine,. .75.
Gunpowder, good, 1 00.
'' superior, ,75
" .samall leaf phant.gr. J, 25
Imperial, good, . .75
" brisk and 'fragrant, 1 00
"curio'us leaf, very superior, 1 25.
Hyson skin goodfinefiavor. .. 38,
Houchong., good, full flavor, 38 .
- fine, 56
" vesy superior, . .77
Souchong, good, 25
extra fine. 50..
Oolong, strong flavor, fine, 50
Uolong. This Tea is a great. favorite,. and
given universal satisfaction. ~*
.Very fine; - 63 -
Extra fine, one lb. and half lb cattys 759'
Ne Plus Utra, .-.,150..
Ne Pltus Ultra. This ten is as swee and
fragrant as. a nosegay. it yields' a. perfume
that is truly delightful: It is of garden gro,sih.
and superior to anything of the kind.ever.aold
in this country.
English Breakf. Tea, flue,5
Pekoa flavor, 75
Congo, good, .-374
" very good, 50
Pekoke flowers, good,37
'"Gardens growth,' . 1 50
Besides the above we expect'daily from'Chi
na reveral splendid chops of Tea, exclusively
imported by the Pekin Tea Company, and
which wec intend to copyright to prevent trick'
ery. Let our agents get ready.
Editors and publishers of, ewspapers in the
Uni'ed States, Cansada, West Indiest '&c. who
willg4ive the above 13 insertion. in. their respec
tive journals -including this notice will be paid
for the same in any Teat they msay choose to
select from the above catalogue, at the prices
there named, and by purchasing of the Compa
ny twice the amoaunt of their bIll. which they
are at liberty to dispose of as they please..
?tlay 10, 1848 ~ 13 16
During my absence, for ashor tim.
fromi the State, N. L. Gairra, Esq.
will act as my Attorney; persons indebted to
me will please make payment to him.
V.- H. GOODMIAN.
Jnne 19,1848- tf 2it
, LLPeronsindebted to 'the Subscribe, by
Noeo ccount, are riquested to make
payment by Return Day in October next, if
they .ish to save cost; and all sums which are
within a Iltagistrate's jurisdiction, if norpaid by
that time must also pay cost ; as I :mmst hays
monsey to keep up msy business.
AM W. CLA RY.
Coleman's lu Roads, 51erch 13. tuto9
6,000 lbs. Bac.on &r Lard.
J UST received'a largie lot of superior Ba
con, which will be sold16ow for-Cashi:
May 17 If 17 .