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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
- IN EQIUTY.
Lucinda Outs, and others.
1OTICE is hereby given that, by
Ivirtue of an Order from the Court of
Equit y in this case,1I shall proceed to sell at
Edgefield Court House, on the first Mon
day in November next, the three flloKing
tracts of land, belonging to the estate of
Peter Outz. dee'd., viz;
Tract No. 1,- coutaining,by survey of A.
R. Able, D. S., made 12'h September,
1848. One hundred and sixty-six and a
half acres, (1664) situate in the District
and State aforesaid, on Horsepen Creek,
and adjoining lands of John S. Smyley,
T.. W. County, Thomas Harvey, William
Dorn, Isaac Outz and Tract N.2, of the
Tract No.2, containing by survey of A.
R. Able, D. S., made 12th September.
1848, two hundred and forty-six (246(
acres, adjoining the above tract of land,
isaac Oatz, B. Outz and John S. Smyley.
Tract No. 3, or Jacob Outz tract, cot.
taining by survey of A. R. Able D. S.,
made 12th September. 1548, iuinetf-nitne
(99) acres, lying on Gantt's branch, and
adjoining lands held by Abram Outz, Isaac
Outz, Williari Dorn, and Henry Outz.
Said lands will be sold on a credit of
one and two years, except for so much as
will pay the cost of the suit to be paid in
cash. Purchasers to give bond and good
sureties to secure the purchase money.
S. S. TO.1PKINS, C. E. E. D.
Commissioners Office, Oct. 10, 1848.
Oct. i, 1848, 4t 38
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Frank Burt, Treasurer.
Tully F. Sullivan, and Forecsur.
NOTICE-io hereby given that by vir
- tue of the decree of the Court of
Equity in this case, I shall sell at Edgefield
Court House on the first Monday in No.
That-lot or parcel of Land in Hamhurg,
known and desigoated as'No. 71. in the
original plan, bounded South by Market
street, .orth by Mercer street. East by
----street. and West by Hamilton and
Kernagahn. (No. 72) and containing fifty,
(50)feet front on Market street, and 200
feet deep to Mercer street.
Said Lot or parcel of Land will be sold
for one third of the purchased money cash,.
and the balance (243) on a credit of twelve
months,.O bond with good sureties.
The titles to be signed. but not delivered
till the'purchase money he fully paid.
8. 8. TOMPKINS. s. E. E. D.
Commissioner's Office, Oct. 10th, 1 848.
Oct. I 4t 33.
- SHElRIFF'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
orer from D
Lollowing case, _
Thbomlas E. Hiut vs. Martin Hitt, two
negroes, Hall and Dave.
Terms cash. .E1.
S. CHRISTIE, s .D
Oct. 16 1848 - t 3 9
*SHIER IFF'S-SA LE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE COURT 'OF' ORDINA RY.
Elizabeth Bracki2ell A pp't' umn
William Bracknell, and p ;arigon
B n Ordr frm John Hill, Esq.,
wilproceed to sell at Edgefield Coort
House, on the first Mionday, in November
next, the lands belonging to the estate of
John *Bracknell, dec'd., situate in thte
District and State aforesaid, on the, road
leading from Abbeville Court House to
HIarburg, and adjoining lands of D. P.
Self, William Tomnpkinsm, John P. Self,
and others, containing Two hundred and
thirty acres, more or less, sold on a,.crcdit
of twelve months.
The purchasr will be required to giv'e
bonds and two approved securities, and a
tmortgage of the premises to tbe Ordinary.
4 - to secure the parehase money.
Cost to be paid in Cash.
S. CH RISTIE, s. E. D.
October 10, 1848 4t 318
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COURT OF ORDiNARY.
M%argaret Jones and
others, A pp't. Summons in
Midldleton Jones and 'atiin
BY an order from John Hill, Esq., Or..
dinary of the D)istrict aforesaid, I
wilproceed to sell at Edgefield C. H-., on
the first .3onday in November .next, the
lands belongir.g to the Estate of Joseph
Jones,.,Deceased, situate in the District
and State aforesaid, on the waters of Ste
phens Creek, waters of Savannah River,
adjoining lanids of Seth Butler, David
Bunch, MIrs. Briggs, James Curry and oth-.
era, contaitting seventy-ene acres mere or
less, be sold on a credit of twelve mouths.
The purebaser will be required to give
bond and two approved securities, and a
mortgage of the premises to the Ordinry,
to secure the purchase money.
Cost to be paid in cash.
8. GE RISTIE, 8. E. D.
Oct. 11 1848 4t. 38.
A LL persons tndebted to the suberiber
without distinctton, are requested to make
imme '-tgpayment. P. 8. BROOKS.
. t4 t -tf 37
ewniaa: . glmgancs
DR. D JAYNE would hereby inform the
public that he publishes annually for gra.
tuitous .distribution, by himself and all his
Agents,an Ahadac, called
AND GUIDE TO HEALTH.
The calculations for this Alimenac are uade
with great care and accuracy and for five dif
ferent Latitudes and Longitudes, so as to make
them equally useful .as a Calendar in every
part of tho. United States and British North
America.. They are printed on good pa per,
and with handsome new type,. and are neatly
bound, and besides being the neatest and nmost
accurate Calender printed intbe.United States,
they contain q'lurge amount of valuable infur
ination.suited tothe wants of all, and of that
kind too,-which canr,ot be found in books.
His Catalage of Discascs, with remarks and
directions for their removal is really invaluable,
and make them welcome visiters in every house
they enter. Every family should possess at
least one of tlse Annuals. His Almanac for
1849 is now ready for distribution, of which lie
designs to publish at least Trco Millions, and in
order that every family n the United States
and British America. way be furnished with a
copy. he hereby invites
MERCHANTS AND STOREKEEPERS
to forward their orders to R. S. RouEhTs,
Edgefaeld C. H.. as early as possible and they
shall be supplied "ratuitou.ly with'as many coi
ies as they may beem *cessary to supply their
various customers. They aie also invited at
the same time, to send a copy of their " Busi"
ness Card," which will be printed and placed
on tie cover of the Almanacs sent them.
They are also requested to give all necessary
directions1iow the Almanacs should be for
warded tothem. By law they cannot be sent
by mail unless the postage is first paid on thein
Orders (post paid,) directed to DR. D.
JAYN E. Philadelphia, or to R S. ROBERTS,
Edgeficld C. H.. will meet with prompt atten
T FAMILIES can obtain these Almanacs
Gratis of R. S. ROBERTS, Agent fur
Dr. D. JAYNE'S Family Medicines -
Sept 20 if 35
Dr. Jayne's Tonic Fermi
T lE most pleasant as well as the most
certain reueily for Worms; which is
perfectly safe, and so pleasant that childrrn
will not refuse to take it. Is effectually de
stroys Worms, neutralizes acidity or sourness
of the stiomach. increases appetite, and acts as
a goneral and permanent tonic, and-is there.
fore exceedingly beneficial in intermittent and
remittent fevers, indigestion, &c., and;is a cer
tain and p+ermanen. cure for FavsRt and Ams
It tint only destroys Worms and invigorates
the whole system, but it dissolves the supera.
bundant slime or mucous so prevalent in the
stonmach and bowels of children, more espe.
cially of those in bad health. This mucous
forms the bed, or nest, in which worms pro.
duce their young; and by removing it, it is
impossible for them to remain in the body.
It is harmless in its effects on the sys..
tem, and the health ofthe patient is always
improved -by its use, even when no worms
.are discovered Ntnerous certificates of its
usefulness have been ieceivcd, which the pro
prietor does not consider necessary to publish.
In fact he is in daily receipt of letters of con"
meudatien from varmotis parts of the country;
not only in regard to-its superiority in the ex.
'pulsion of worms, but also on.accotunt of its
valuable as a properties as a pleasant tonic and
a mo ,n e y. ad
thirty piie~~f Tape.worm, and was thereby
Another gentleman of this eity hand it ad
ministered to his little daughter, about three*
years old, when she had a number of dischar
ges from her bowels composed entirely of litR
tIe white thread worms. He said they carme
awvay.from her, not only by hundreds, but I may
truly say, by thousands, seprarately :md in sohd
balls as large as hickory nurs, conmposud en
tirely of dead worms"
For sale by Rt. S. Roberts, only. Agent in
this plsce for the sale of Dr. Jayne's celebra
ted Family Medicine.
July 26 Gm 27
A great Desideratumn in Medicine.
The Vegetable Restorative
LIQU1D CJTNAR TIC.
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Colic, Headache,
E nlargemnent of -the Spleen, Costiveness,
Acidity of the Stemack,
and all diseases arising from a derangement of
the Biliary Organs, CAN BE CUR ED wvith a
great d egree of certaint y, without Calomnel, Blue
Pill, or Pilis of any kitid, Salts tsr Oil,
BY THlE UsEK OF THE LIQUID CATrIARTic.
TI HIS Medicine is agreeable to take, arid
.f.operates without griping or debilitating.
Persons who have long been comipelled to take
Pills, Oils or Salts, will find this a pleasant and
highly val niable substitute.
UJ7 A small qtnatntity of this Medicine taken
daily, generally regulates the bowels in a short
DYSPEraIA OF A V'ERY BAD CHtARACTER.
This is to certify, that I wyas attacked in
March, 1845, with Dyspepsia or Inrdigestwon, of
a very bad character. My ease was treated by
eto P'hysicians in St. Louis, Missouri, 8 weeks;
then by another in Wisconsin for three months;
then by another tn the interior of Louisiana.
then by several physicians in the Hospital of
New Orleans. three months, b1,t waithout deri
nning any real benefit from all the remedies pre
scribed for me. Forturfately, just at this junc
ture, and when my condition was mobt
deplorable, I obtained a bottle of the "Veget'ta-.
!le Restorutivec or Liquid Cathartic," by the use
of which I so.n commenced improving, and
for the first tims in fourteen months began to
have regular and natural dischrarges from my
bowels, and soon tregan to feel like becoming
sound and healthy onice more--for all of which
I am indebted under the blessing of God, to
he above medicine. JUHN MAY.
Columbus, May 3, 1847.
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS.
Aug23 6m . 31
F ERDINAND A. SCHRODER who had
been convicted of rendering a fraudulent
chedule, and who was confined in tIre Jail of
this Dist., effected Iris escape on Saturday night
last. It-is suspected that lie was aided by oth..
e. I will pay TWO HUNDRED DOLZ
LAIRS for the re-delivery of Schroder in this
jail. ONE H UN DRED DOLLA RS for proof
to conviction of any white person who aided him
in his escape, and FIFTY DOLLARS lfor
the proof to conviction of any negro or colored
person who may have aided hint..
S. CH RSTIE-SERaFF. of Edgefield
District, S. C.
SHERRF' SA LE
STATE OF SOUTH (ROLINA.
Ellington Clark, Ap V_ G
Philip-Clark, and otheras 'r to
Y ans Order from 1Hill Esq.
Ordinary of theDist aforesaid, I
will proceed to sel4 feldl Court
House,-on the first Moa No venber
next, lands belongingiihe ite of Eliza.
beth Clark, ctecd;s'itie i1 he District
and .State .aforesaid, on allon"Creek,
waters of Savannah ltv'r d?Jlnio lands
of Henry MStne,:r nr, ames
Tompkios. Robert WaUac land ames
Martin, containing one bti Icedanad sev
onty acres more or lese, sid on a cred
itof twelve mont -- -
The Purchaser willi beTe aired to give
bond and. wo approved and a
mortgage nf the reiest he:Ordinary l
to'secure the purchase no ' -
;:Cost to be paid.in*,Asy'
- S,C 4 ;.s. E. D.
Oct. 10, 1848 .38'
STATE-OF SOUTH ROLINA
EDGE.FiELI) D'S: 1CT.
IN ORDIN4l .
Sam'l Harris and
Win. Harris, Appte.'
vs - 15 n&i[ons'i
Jared Harris, and Purtitio n.
Win Worthington &
Wife Martha. *
IT appearing to my satiilhction that Jared
Harris and William t rthl ton and wife
Martha, distributces in the- ve stated case
reside wi hoot the limits'ofthis Siate,it is there.
fore ordcrcd that they do'appear. and object to
the salo and division of thereaf;estate - of Green
Harris deceased, on or before the..irst Monday
in December neat, or their. e9nsent will be en
tered of record. Given undeminy hand at my
office the 8th day ufAunpt 1l48.
JOHn -HILL,'o ED.
Ang 9 29.
Jayne's CarinWiWive Ral.
8 a pleasant, certain, safeand'efettil re
medy for Dysentary, Diirrblia or Loose
ness, Cholera Morbus, ducimer' Complaint..
Colic, Griping Pains, Sou6ttiach, Sick and at
Nervous Headache, HeatI6i-" aterbiash, n
Pain or Sickness of the Stdi'i. inmniting,
Sptting up of Food after 1Inb and' also fr
where it passes throug th :uchn~e-,a
W antof'Appetite, Restlsn" ' and inability F
to Sleep, Wind in the Sto nac =and=Bowels, h
Hysterics, Cramp,. Nervosi-'Teniours and fa
Twitchings, Sea Sickness F tij, Melan pi
choly and Lownesa,of Spr ttng 'of lu
fants, and for.all Bowel aud Ner A
vous Diseases. w
This article is really invaa "o- a family, ar
and may be depended upon, nodif generblly sa
used by physicians, Summer-Complaint would at
be deprived of all. its horroi a they would
not lose'ane patient in fivebanded cases, but
would perform effectual cuares'o one forth of cc
thetime required by the usuaiiiiethods-of treat- ti
ment.- It'is as effectual foite' as it'is for w
This Carminative has -also ft-, bappyef.
feet on the many Dysper r'- dsotders of the
stomach-such as sour stom atburn,.a
ter brash,;sick head ache; of the
breast, cough;4difficulty.ilbtetlau tremore,y.
spasms, melancho. .iiinkinga Itnea,o,
miting., and spitting.p h . er eating,
,,w-t arrr.uumasE was , ; U-i,watoxpTownl, iv
N. J., says:'"Havin6 heen afilted with a-se
vere Bowel.Complauist attend' with distresp
rig pain and discharge of 1b16o nnd every ap- tit
-pearance of approacliitig fi, I obmn
ed one bottlc ol Dr. Jayne rmmuniative Bal
sam, a few doses of which'( acn according to
directions) effected a perfct cure." i
From the Rev. JonathanfGi'aeo .Y ca
Dr. D. Jayne--Dear Sir-* ,~g made use th
of your Carminitive Balsainb T~ amily, and hi
finding it to be admirably .a&ds to the com.
plaints for which it is intindd ,'I take pileae- of
ore in recommeniding it to the ise of my friends
and the public generally.;isi'eving those who
are afflieted with any of these complaints will
find relief in the use of this valuable medicine, -
JONATHAN GOING. D. D.
Pres. Granville'College, Ohio.
For sale by R. S. Roberw, only Agent in
this place for the sale .of Dr. ayne's celebia
ted Family Medicine. pt
July26' ~27 -c
STATE OF SOUJTH CAROLINAs
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT, er
Partum WVall and others, )-Bil for Pardi
Is "... io ofIEsiateof
James Wall and others, -Aay Wall.
IT a enring to nysatifation that James
U.Wal& Martha Dnnlap, defendants in this I
case, are and reside without-the. limits of this 1'
State; ordered that the defendants above'nam
ed, appear in this Honorable.Court, and plead. usi
answer or demur. to'the* Bill, within three or
months from the publication of this order, or bu
the said Bill will be takenjpr.cofesso against
them. 8. 8. TOMPE.INS, c. E. E. D. clh
Comnmissioner's Office, Sept. 26, 1848.
Sept 27 1848. .3m 368
C OL.JOHNBAUSKETT is appointed -
myc atrorm din my temporary ab
Edgefleld, C. H. 9th Octi 1848.
Ot 11 ' tf . 38 of
lER. ROFF,.who held conditionally ain in
LV.terest,in the right o Ejgeeld District,
to Hotchkiss' Reacti.on 'Mili Ieels, (Patent)
las never complied-with'si' ndition,-thero -
fore he holds no rntereai atie-lias no right te S']
sell or ma-e any contract'Jr -said Wheels.
We, the undersigned are'li owners, of saId
right, arid a tight putrchasai dfrm anj other,]
unless our agent, will.not. e~od. -
Mr. J. T. W EBRER, we ahorise, with full
power to act as our agent.J
~COTEI( & MOOR. .
March 1, 1847. eis6
. Notice4' his
H E Estate of Marsal i mith, deceased, of
..being without adminis iation, and there-. Ca
fore derelict, all personshavi a1ppers pertain- -or
ing to the estate, are requ dto hand them all
over to me by ihe earles pa*cable timie, and api
all those indebted to the esi to mnake pay- Ca
nent, anid those having deibands to: present the
them properly attested'. if
JOHN- lL, 0. E. D. not
jane 14 6 ?jm 21 .
AHamburg JournR willpease copy. 3
GEEGEi r PRTL0W.
HEREBY -ive notice that they continue the
WAREhiOUS E and COMMIaSION
BUSINESS in the Town of Hlamburg; and
having associated with them tta.Jaats L.
Ksour, the:Firm'wilin future be
Geiger, Partlow & Knight,
Who tender to customers and planters gener.
ally, their services in the Storage and sale of
Cotion and other produce. -
Advances will be made when required on
p.oduce in Store, and their. charges will be
regulated by a due regard to the state of the
Hamburg, S. C. Sept. 1,1848.
Oct 4 12t 37
The Abbeville Banner, Laurensville Herald,
Greenville Mountaineer, and Anderson Ga
zette will each insert to the amount of $5. and
forward account to G. P. & K.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
HIS splendid and commodious Edifice
T being completed is now opened to re
ceive both transient and conatan! Boarders
and promises to furnish its patrons and friends
with as good entertainment and accoweoda,
tions, as can be expected in this part of !be
conntry. Connected with this Establishment
there are conyenient lots for the accommodation
F e Travelling Community-there are
ke eces and Horses to let upon liberal
unble Land for Sale.
V H E Subscriber offers for salo his valuable
Plantation, containin:g 400 acres. about
one hall' of which is cleared and in a high
state of cultivation, and under good fences ;
the balance is %% eli timbered woodland. The
Tract lies on Cedar Creek, waters of Horn's
Creek, 5 miles south west of Edgefield, Court
house, and adjoining lands of Dr. J. F. Ad
ams, Jas. Rainsford, Wm. H. Moss and others.
On the premises is a good comfortable Dwel.
ling House, Gin Hnuse and Screw and all
necessary out hnildings, and an excellent
orchard of all kinds of Fruit. The Tract is
well t ntered and adapted to the cultivation of
Cotton Corn and small Grain.
Any person wishing to purchase nill do well
to call and emnmine for themselves. For
further information, application can be made
to the snbscriber on the premises, previous to
sale daiy,-otherwise, it will be sold to the high
B. R. ADDISON.
Oct 4 5t 37
T HE ubscriber desirons of going west,
offers for sale his v.aluable tract of land,
containing one hundred and Efty acres, (150)
lying upon the waters of Indian Creek, waters
of Big Saluda, adjoining lands, of Wm.-Gib
son, Daniel Livingston and others. The Lind
is well adapted, to theculttire of Corn, Cotton,
&c. The pre.rises are well iniproved, for
terms apply to the subscriber-living on the
premises. M ARK RILEY.
Oct 11 -3t 38
M ESSRS. G. L. & E. PENN having as
signed to me their Estate for the benefit
of their creditors; and the state of their affaIrs
rendering it essential that speedy collections
should be made of all debts due to them.-. All
persons indebted, will pleise make immediate.
paytnent to Mr..Edmund Penn who iwill be
found for the -present at their old stand, and
who has been appointed by,te.creditors.to0act
as- agent with..me: Thotiho
.A PPLICATION will be made to the Legis
lature at its unext Sessiotn.,for a Pu blic
Road to be made from Shinburg on t.,uffee
Town Creek, by way of Dorn's Milhi on
Hardlahor Creek, to intersect the old Cam
bridge Road in Abbeville District, not far.from
Mattison's lFerry on Little River.
A us 30th 1848. 3m 32
A PPLICATION will be made to the Leg
islatiie of thie State at the next Sesion,
to repeal the Sixtg Section of an Act entitled
an Act, to incorporate certain societies and com
panies, and to reneW and amend certain Char
ters heretofore granted,.ratified on the 17th of
December, 1847. . . .
Aug 23 3m 31
A LL those indebted to the estate of Charity
.k Johnson, dec'd , are requested to tmake
immediate payment,.and those having demands
o present them properly attested.
C. B. GOULDEN,
july 7 tf 24
All persons indebted to this Estates or Eliza.
eth Clark, Mary Clark, aifd Henry Clark.
:eceased, late of this District, are requested
o make immed'ate paymenit. and allithose hav
ngatny demand swill present thiemiduly attested,
according to law.
JA MES BLACKWELL, Admin'r.
Aug 7 1S48. 3m 29
~ FOR SALE.
ATRACT OF LAND, containing Five
hu;ndred and eighyfive acres (585).
welve miles from Edgefield C. I., lying be
ween Beaverdam and Turkey Creeks, 14
niles from Carroll's Mill.
Tertms will be made easy.
Apply to .fR. PLATT BRUNSON.
may 31 6im 19
New Boot and Shoe
W HERE Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes
aro arnade in a most snperioir style of i
Gentlemen wanting cork soled, donlde soled,
ater proof. walking, dress, putent leather.
nd a fine pttmp soled DOOTS, need but
cave their orders with the subscriber.
miarchi 1 -tf 6
ALL persons- indebted to the -Estate of
Wm Scurry deceased, are requested~
o make immediate payment, atid thoso
having demands against the Estaie, to pre
ent them to the euhseritbers, properly at
HI. C. CULBREA TH,.
M ARY B, SCUR RY, ~Ar's
Oct. 18 . .3m -.39
1. . . ' .
Of the Slate of Sotnk :
By His ?xeclency DA ViD JOH11.
Governor and Comimandi;i'% &fi
and over the Stale of Soui'k ?d
To the Honorable tle Senators-and Me
bers of the House of Represenitives o
the General Assembly of .the Statio'"
Whereas by the "onstitutien of'it
United States each State is autborized;in
such manner as the Legislatirethereof
may direct, to appoint a number of-Elec'
tors of President and Vice President of the.
United States, equal to the whole'euiaei
of Senators and Representaives;toWhi
the State may be.entitled. in the'Coaress
of the United States; -and--the'ime of
choosing the Electors, .and the day3oi
which they shall give their otes, iwhich'
shall be the same;tbmughioitthe United,
States, was to be determined ty Congress
And whereas by an act of Congresis
passed and taporoved ontie'>eirei'day,of
March. in the year of our Ldrd onf'
thousand se-en huudred and nitncyttwo
it was enacted amongst other.things, .that
"Electors"shall be appointed'in each Sraie
for the election ofPresident and-Vies Presi
dent ofthe U. S. within tiiirtyo.prgi
preceding the first- Wednesday MeIw.
ber. one thoushd ieven bun'dredatn. o
ty-two. cnd ittin thictyrouye
ceding the first' Wedoeseay' "i"ecembe
on every fo1urth year: u'cedinghua s
election." "and "that th'e Elector. slalt
meet and give'.seir votes on the?irst.ahif
Wednesday inDecomber.': atie s cia
in each State, pe'shallbe directed b 'i
Legislature thereof. '
And whereas the e eia tue0 o 1s
State, by i' Act passed on the ?btrd-4ay
of December;'id't t'e yeai f ouod oe
thousand senen' iluiidreid iiaeW
did esect' thi Electors of tFeie n
Vice Presidet- of the United 'State -ilf
be -appointed by .ballot 'ote'tty
preceding Wednesday thefifth y
cerr.ber of ibe salme year. in -ili' Hseo:
Represetaives -at Coloiti
gislature of this State,'of by.sacb4 er '
as shall be-received eteSen f
shall- attend -an that~d'ty;a'l l bioi
Electors of Presidenisand Vice Prestd
shall-be "aplioinled by'haIlof od>te'I a '
day preceding the-first Wediesday I.
cember in everyfourtb ear sueced the
last election- in.the'ihe HouseR'epreset;
tives at =Columbia, :byltheYLgislaturoti
this State, whic shall bthd eutig ,'
by such personsisinhall e
ben hereof, nd si 0
a aA oa whIreas eoi es ,
edStateedidb s i s
uade, atnd' -
Iliond e t f
time at which Eieioi'
and Vice Pres' tarEii hps h
cording to.the1A&tof-nrss1 r,
farred to; so' that.the Stateph~
it in its power to appoitlector on
dent &nd Vice Pveiident,06~lsse thig
lature~ be esp iail('^converied l 6te4u
.Now, therefore -I, Dav1D YOHI4oNTi
pursuance of the -powei in me veIted b
the Conistitution of this Stste,-isithorisiag
the Governor "on extrainary occasions
to convene the'-General Assemnly,"-do
issue this -my Proclemaiia~n ealling upon
andi requesting the Senators.of a%e General
Assembly, of this S:aidwhole terms'ofof
lice have not expired, and ihose wiho haire
been now recently elected, and ihe Mem
bers of the House of Represental.ives wbo
have also' been now recentl'y elected, to
convene at Columbila.,on the first Monday
in November now netesin btte
may lie present in the-House of.Rdpresen
tatives on the said Tuesda.y next arter the
said first Monday to appoit -E.eetoi oF
President and Vice President ofthi Units
cd States in cooformity to the Act of Con..
gress aforesaid, last i-eferred to.
Given under my Rand'd Sei
of the State, at Liniesttine Spripgs,
of the Saate afoiesaid,~the twelfthi
day of October,' in* the yir'of
[L. s.] our Lord, one thousand eight bun
dred and fortyeight, andanthe
seventy -third year of the Indepen-.
dance of tbe United Sti t[ei of 'A
mnerica. - -
By the Governor:
B. K. HENSEGAN, Secretar of'Sale.
Oect18 . ~3t '3% -
BY virtue of sundry writs'ofT-ieri Fa
cias, to me directed, I. will proceed -
to sell at Edgefield Court Ho'use, on .h
first Monday and Tuesday. follo.udhg, ife
November next, the (cilowine Property, ie,
the followieg c:ises, vis. -
Iumphrey Boulwa;e, indorsee, vs John.
Moniy ; Johun L. Doby vs John lUoselyt.
Goode .3 Sullivan. vs John. Mosely; JoeL
Curry vs Johnu Mosely i G. L. & S. Penn.
vs John Mosely ; Bi. J. gyan for, A, B..
Ad,lison vi John Mosely; G. A..McKie
vs J. Mosely and Q. Briggs;. S~ . Gqooe
vs John Mosely,-seven negroes, viz:
Elinder. Yancey, Henry, Parthena. Emve.
line, Lewis. Nledom, one Sulkey antd Bar',
aess, and one. mare Mule.
.John G. Burton vs A.i G, Leekle T. 3.
pron and othiers vs the same, one Car
John Chappell vs Esan Broo sijr.;(.
U. & E..Penn vs the samne, four ~A1oi o -
Terms of sale cs. -
AKSON & KINCHLEY having asso.
ciated themselves together i. the Dry
oods business, would most'respectfully sui..
tthe citiaens, and planters vising Hamburg
call aid:examine their twell-se!ected stuck of
aple-and Fancy Dry Goods, which they offer
w- ifr CASrr, amongat which are the following:
'Brown Homespuns, froin 6 to 374,
Bllteh'ed do 4 6410o 45,
Eiiglish and American Prints, 5to 20.
American and Scotch Ginghams; 124 to 37,
Black- and Colored Alpaccas, plaiu, plaid
Bonbassins and Muslin'DeLain1,
Black Silks, plaine'striped and Plaid,
,Cdlored Silks from.$1 00 to 225,.
Spun Silk Plaids,
Mohair Lustre, Satin stripe,
Pl,aid and stripe Caroliues, (new style dress
Cashmers from 18. to $1 00,
84 and 9.4.Daflle Blankets,
10 4, 11-4 and 12.4 Bed Blankets,
osiery the most complete stock ever offered
Red ar.d White Flannel all wool, frot 25
Dormet do 16',
Merrino and - Lamb's wool Drawers and
Sattinets, Kentucky Jeans, and Merrino
English, American and French Cloths and
Kerseys, from 15 to 314,
Furniture Dimity. from 18 to 50,
Umbrellai. Bonnets and Flowers,
Ribbor,s of all descriptions.
Plaid Lindseys and apron checks,
Brown and bleached Holland,
do . do Drill,
Osnaburgs and Factory stripes,
Swiss, Mtll. Book. Plaid arid Jaconet Muslin,
4-4, 5 4. 64, 7-4 and 8.4 wool Shawls,
Lisles thread and cotion ices.
Suspenders, Gloves and Ilinndkerchiefs,
Ladtes and Children's Shoes.
8.4, 9.4 and 10.4 Table Damask,
Ttimmitngs for dresses &c. &c. &c.
Sept 20 . 35 2m
Walker and Bradford.
Com rnission .Merchants.
HAMBURG, S. C.
TILL continue to occupy "THE Or.D
WAEnTPROOF Wanz,rousa," and tran
a general Storage and Commission Busi
They again tender their services to their
iends and the public generally in the storage
id sale of produce, and the Receiving and
orwarding of Merchandise, or any other
siness in their line, with which they may be
vored. Liberal advances will be made on
odnce consigned to them when required.
To their patrons they cordially return their
ost sincere thanks for the liberality, niih
hich they have been so gra.aously favored;
d respectfully solicit a continuance of the
me, which they hope to merit by unremitting
tention to all business entrusted to their care.
Sept 1st, .848.
I7 The undersigned still continues ..his
innection with Messrs. Ialker 4F Bradford in
e Receiving and Forwarding Business. to
hich he will give his undivided attention.
A. 31. BENSON.
Sept.6 3m 33
GROCERY AND COTTON
HE Subscriber baving 'returned from
:Mexico, iad havin resnmed the Gi O.
in be satisfactory to purchasers.
Intending to-be regularly in the- market for
educe, the highest market prices will at alt
nes be paid for Cotton and Flour.
G. WV. STYLES.
1Te undersigned take this method of returne
g thaitks to their old friends and customers
r-past favors, and to inform them that they
n be found during the approaching season, at
Store of C. W..Styles, where they will be
ppy to see old customers.
All orderq fromn our friends, directed to either
us, will meet with prompt attention
G. C. CUNNINGhAM.
Hamburg, Autg.16 2m 30)
Wmn. Ketchumn & Cos
rlAK(E pleasntre ini returning their grate
E. faul ackinowledgments for the very hberarl
tronage heretofore hestowed nponi themt, and
pe by liberality and fair dealinig to merit a
We now invite the attention of our numer..
s friends and customers and the public gen,.
ally, to our new stock of
?'1NE, FASHIONABLE AND
CHEAP FANCY AND
Selected by one of the Firm during the last
mnth from thu
ewo York and Philadelphia Markets.
Our assortment will comp rise every article
ually called for in this Market, and we pledge
rielves tiot to be undersold by any in Ham
G~oods always shown with pleasure. No
arge for looking.
Give us a call.
N. B. Store in the American Hotel Build
s, H amburg S. C. 3
Dr. Jayne's Family
fl H E subscriber of'ers the Agency to any
L Merchant or Drnggist an good standing
the above celebrated MIedacines on equitt.ble
nms, and will keep them auliplied.
R. S. ROBERTS.
Edgefield C. H., Getieral Agen,
liept.27 * 2r 36
['AT E OF SOUT H CA ROLINA.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
[saac Hawves .
Rob't Shannon. )
tHE defen'dant,'ohert Shannon, who is
ira the custody of' the Sheriff of Edgefield
trict, by vyirtue.of a capias ad satisfaciendum
med~ in thtisecase,- having filed a schedule of
whole estate, and a petition for the benefit
the' Jn-olvent Debtors' Act, on mnotion of
rrol, rhe- defendant's Attorney, it is therefore
bered, thtat thte said I-aac-Hawes, as well se
others the creditors of the said defenidanit, do
pear 'at Edge field ourt House before the
turt of~ Cotmmon Pleas for the said district on
first Monday an March next, to shew cause,
tny they can, why thme said defendant should
be admitted to the benefit of the said act.
THOS. G. BACON, cc D
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