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WZDZKDAT, FRUSUAKY 1, ,843.
State of South Carolina1
Charles Barrontom and Wife.
N. L Griin, Defendant.
Y an order from the Ordoafry. I &loll
to sell in the above stated
case, s of the Estate of Esther Evins,
otherwise called Esther Garrett,in the
Jmisuict aforesaid, lying on the road on
sing from th Piney Woods Housq to
Hamburg where Benjamin Evans nov
lives, containiag one hundred ant 'ft1-3 a
we, Moe or less, adjoining lands of the
Estate of Wm. Hobb. deceased, Jhn1.
Iirkey and othersi; to be sold on the mt
Meeda in February next, on a credit oi
til th r:day ofJanuary nest; Pnrcht
er to give and personal Aseritt,
md amortgage of the premisesto the 0
dinary. Cot tobe adincash.
8. C RISTIE, s, . D.
Jan. 16. 1843 ($300) d Rl
State of South Carolik
V. C. Cogburo. AI9%
vs. Josep P
"ad other De
B Y an order Ordinary. Iall
p roeedto el r the above sted
case, lands of the Estate of Wm. Roet
son, deceased, situate in said Diutricin
Cedar Creek, adjoining lands of.S
Co Gmn J. Glover, Win. .
Mary Hierrison, containing pe
dred and twenty-nine acres, more or
to be sold on the Arst Monday in
est, on a credit- ntil tho Nt
and ghrsonaguen nand a
a8. CHRISTIE, ' .'z,
alry 16, 1$3 (331 51 3
te uth Car na,
'EDG IELD DISTRT.
f*& E.~ an & Co.,
er from the OrdingsIhal
to sell on the first doe in
Februaiynext, lands belonging join to
the saiG L. d E. Penn & Co., a
said Aboei WhiteJr, o the wate of
nAs Id fR
hundred acres, more or less; to be sold on
credit until the first day of January next ;
purchasers to give bond and personal se
carity, and a mortgage of the prem' to
the Oiary. Cost to he paid in e .
S. CHRISTIE, s. E4D.
Januy6,1843 (300) d 51
BY virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, I will proceed to sell at Edge
GeW Court Hose, on the first Monday
and Tuesday of February next, the follow
Daniel Bird, vs Mary Hill. one house
and lot in the village of Edgelield, adjoin
ing lots of Dr. E. J. Mims, and S. Le
Derick Holsomack, vs. Edward G.
New, three hundred acres of land, more
or isa, where defendant lives, adjoining
William Johnson, Lewis Holmes, and
J. Miller vs E. S. Mays and Geoge R.
Nays.1 Robert McCollough, Ex'or. C.f Ro.
bert Watts, dec'd., for the use of Hiram
Roberts, vs the same, 0. R. Mays. and
Stephen Mays, two hundred and iibv six
acres of land, more or jaadjoining Joel
Roper, Washington ~nd others, the
property of E. S. Mayj.
Abram Jones vsJ JA4jLou. and Ans.elmn
Culiem, three hundred and ninety-three
acres of land, more or less, where defen
dant Lott liv.es, adjoining Wilis Sutcher,
Absolem Horn, and others.
John WV. Hloughton vs Mary Hlightower,
one thousand acres of land, more or less,
adjoining John Wise, Win. S. Howard,
Joseph Casnahan v.s Bonjamin Barton,
two hundred acres of land, more or less,
adjoining Charles Holley, and other,.
0. Towles, Ordinary, vs. Richard Co
ker, D. Atkinson, and Russel H arden, one
Negro Girl, the property of R. Coker.
Aillede Galphin vs Martha Prior, forty
acres of land, more or less, adjoining Jag.
Hammond. Stephen Wilson, and others.
Hugh M. Quarles, br., vs Margaret
Ogilvis, two hundred acres of land,mnore or
less, where defendant lives,.adjoining John
A. White, ad others.
John Hears:, for Brannon & Mundy vs
.Jehu Mouchet and Lewis Henuderson.
George P. Deatherage vs Jo Motnchet,
two hundred acres of land, more or less,
where defendant Monchet lives, adjoining
lands fourmerly owned by James Morris,
T. B. Freeman and Henry Freeman,
for the use of L Tucker vs Daniel Colvin,
and Robert Jennings, one hundred and
thirty acres of land, more or less, where
.Aasley Colvin, lived up to the time of his
death. Also one other tract. containin
one hundred acres, more or less, adjoining
the above traet.
Daniel Strother vs James Morris, Jr.,
and James Morris Sear., seven hundred
scre of land, more or less, where James
Morris, Senr., lives. adjoining lands of Ed
mood Acheson. and others.
nra.no. &. Mu....d. -.. Will:-- T.
less, where defepdant lives, adjoining lands
of John Bracknll, and others.
Wm. P. Andrews, survivor, vs John
Delaughter, one tract of land, where do.
fondant Eved in the year 1842, adjoining
lands of John Trapp, and others.
John H. Lamar. foranother, oh O.
K. Hammond. D. D. PlunIitr* Ed
ward and John Snyder vs thWA m Ed
watd & John .Snyder, ll.im same,
the defendants int in f land
lying on Horse C k, ~ eight
hundred aes more or iin
Charles Lamar, - Thomas
Win. Woodberry vs Di' 'Atkinson.
Steednan & Meritt vs the same, eight
hundred acres of land. muore or less,iad.
joining lands ofAbuer Whaoy, James C.
Gardner, and others.
O. Towles, Ordinary vs kdrew But
ler. Thomas Rowell, and Atkin
son, one tract of land belo 1131 4 defen.
lant Rowell, and the above described tract
Af D. Atkinson.
Ellis Goirvs. Rudolph Carte. Iverson
9. Brooks vs the same, and Elizabek
Carter, three thousand acrosofI, I oma
>r less, adjoining Joba Wi m.
Eloward, and others, the property 'of R.
James GoI vs. Elisabeth Carter, three
housand ac gof land. more or less, ad.
nining John t , Lewis Elliey and oth
Iverson L. Brooksvsi Alfred Holley,
bid Golphin, v. iesame, one thou
land, -more or less, adjoining
mith vs. Smallwel Dean;
uth vs. the same, beventy-ve
more or lesl adjoining John
nlow ai others.
o. Smyley, Executorew. Elijah
5wis. the tragW land whero defendant,
r.Sheltya t vs. Phillis Danmire
be tract- hfiehw'lre defendant lived th
'E. B. Pressley vs. Caleb Broa47 r,
>rion Whitley. vs. thyns.ea...Mi, tua
Dugh BroadgaterC. J. Giptie, Asikan
e fur J. T. Irvin vs. th ac. -.ind quy
Iroadwater, one aud ifty acres
(land more oining Wm. Gar
ett, Sr., N na n hartg.
George F.ells A. eeke,'AIlen
ance bearier vs. th an,'one thousand
Ireflaud,nore or less, adjoiing Joues
man and others. '
hin Chappell vv. Meredith W. Payne.
ract of land vihvk W*da- U.
tac a. ST. 931 'i
Cotbran &!Sproull vs. James Rampy
ad David Ethridge, the tract of land
here defendant Ramsey lives.
Cothran & Spronll vs. Alfred Real. two
-ndred acres of land more or less, whore
fendant lives, adjoining Elbert Dovore
ressley & McClenton vs. Josiah Reams,
I tract of land where defendant lives,
5,ining Janice Criswell aud others.
ohn Chappell vs. Win. Whito and
Medith W. Payne, the tract of laud
wre acfendnut lives.
mes Sheppard vs. Mildred Berry, the
tr of land where defendant lives, ad
joig Jatnes Sheppard and others.
'ward T~homas, vs William J. Wight
maJohi W. Davis, vs thu same; Levi
Iillfor anuther, vs the vane. niueteen
hned acres of land. moro or less, where
he lin. adjoining JohnI Heard and others.
MNhow Gray. vs Juhn Mosely; Robi.
McCiougb, for Richarel W. Joyner. vs
the ste, John Briggs and Abner Bush
nell. b tract of ;and where defeudunt
Mosel.!ives, known as the Poverty Hill
Jam Terry. Commissioneriu Equity,
vs Jans Spann and Jesse Smith; the
same, ' the same. Levi Librand and
Jeff'ersoiVansant; Bland, Catlin & Co.,
vs JameSpann, three thousand six hun
dred andeven acres of' laud, more or lea.
on whichp, a first rate Sa w an d Grist Mi
in good reair, tho property of J. Span.
Jamses :. Killecase, vs Daniel McKie;
the sanme, carcer, vs the satne, the def'en
dhant's undiided interest ini all theo lands
belongin;; t, thec estate of Charles MlcKie,
Michael Cea-ty vs. Rudolph Carter,
Lewis Ellzey and Elizabeth Carter', tw~o
thousand acres t~f land, mnore or less, be
longing to Rt. Carte-', adjoining John
Wise, Wtu. G. Howa-d and others,
Joseph Woods vs. Ann Hlall, Adm'z.,
the house and lot whero defendant lives.
Also, enemy acres of land more or less,
near the 'own of lHamurg, adjoining
lands belonging to the Hamburg Bank and
B. F. Goudy, T~ax Collector, vs. Henry
Shultz ; Thomas Harrison vs. thai same,
ono lot of land in the town of IHamburg,
bounded on one side by th~e road leading
from the bridge to the hill, about two hun
dred feet an said road. beunded by Coy
ington Street about two hundred feet, and
bsuaded by the Rail Road Depository lot
about one hundred test.
George Busruey,%nd others, vs Ember.
son Ilussey, ez'tr., the tract of land where
the defendant lives.
Jasper Gibbs vs Simeon Corley, one
hundred and thirty-t hree acres of land,
more or less, adjoining lands of David
Richardson. and others.
Robert Carlish', assignee. vs Rudolph
Carter. Lewis Elizcy, and Elizabeth Car
ter, one negro man Dick.
Olivcr Simpson vs Gortgo N. Pardue.
M4. Gray. for' 0. Simpson, vs the same.
Jamle4 Rndall vs the same. James Mose
1e &C. vs the same. J. J. Kennedy
John C. Moore vs James Goleman &Jonb
Trapp, ono hundred acres of land, more
or losiadjoining J. 3I. White and otherU'
the property of James Goleman.
J. Miller vs Thomas Deloach and Sam
uel Alarsh, the tract of land where defen
dant Deloach lives, containing rour hun
dred and fifty acres, more or less.
Charles Hall vs Richard Coker. The i
same vs the same, one negro girl. atty. ]
John Lake vs John Delaughter, two I
negroos, Sillor and Ann, and one wrd I
James C. Cobb vs Sarah Prior, oasta-1I
grm, Stephen. I
Wm. Brunson, ad'mr., vs Abram Pond, 1
and Lewis ElIzev, one bay Hors, thepeo
perty of A Pond. . . 4
Lewis Jones & Co. vs James Span. I
Wm. B. Hudson vs the same and Jefer
son Vansant, six negroes, Jacp, Jerry.
Hannah, Ellen. Kitty, and Harriso, *e c
property or J. Spann. Also, I Wag 2 t
Horses, 2 Males, I Cart and yoke of b
Steedman & Meritt vs Richard [an- f.
kinson, one negn, bary. Ic
8. Trnylor vs John Moseley, eight hin. p
dred acres of land. toore or less, adjoining p
James Vann, and others.
Resela Blalock vs alichael T. Gu 0
and Samuel Marsh, ten acresof land, ishore
or less, on which is a tan yard, adjoinig 0
F. O'Conner, and othars. - . ; i
M. T. Meudenhall vs Wyley Par-lue. n
thirty acres of land, more or less, adjoin. bi
ing James Powell, D. J. Walkor. an sc
George Dotninick vs William Schum- it
part and Ivey Sadler, seventy-ffvo aerds 1t
of land, wore or less, adjoining. Thoiras ti,
Turnipseed, and others. D
Abram Jones vs George W.Yarborough, hi
one hundred and fifty acres of land, mcre g.
or less, adjoining Uriah Inaboit. & othe-s. w
L D. Merriman, bearer vs Wm. .0.
P h Josh.
times She e-dMildsBerrl, tvo ra
segroe, Milley, and Lewis.
3 amey, Rhodes & Co. vs. Joseph Pst- ei
teranio.:oue sorrel afaro ,n
Terms Cask. a
S. CHRISTIE, s. r.. w, C
Jan.1G t 51.(
Stute of South Caroina. in
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. L
John Lake, (v
John Delaughter to
-ILL be sold at the house of John b
f I o~ o l otn w
ral iJi~ igtisg rin operN
one Ioad Wagon, fve head of Catle: at
stock lf 0g4, lot (if Cotton, twou O of 11
Corn, and Spinning M achine. B
Terms cash. S. CHRISTIE, s. c. n. of
Jan16 4t 51 m
The Wonderffl Curm
PE.RFoaEP y Ai
DR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUN SY- o
RUP OF PRUN USVIRGlNIiLA, ti
OR WILD ClERRY. sa
ORE PROOF oj the efcaa of Dr. of
. Swayne's Compound Syrup1oJPru- gr
nus Virginiana, or INid Chcrry. lie
CONSUMPTION - e
And Bleedingofthe i.ungsoff ce yrastanding
Mis Lewis, of West Phiadel hi entirely a I
cured by -Ie use of Dr. SWAVN'S Com- wi
pound Syrup of Wild Cherry. am truly ha
happy to return my sirrre thankto the pro- .j
presor of this valuable tmedicine. I vimg been on
aillicted for rive years with that dadl dis
ease. Consumption. during whiclime I wto
troubled with. the Spinting of B1. attended P
wit, a hacking cough. pan in th,ide, breast tin
and back. biv cough wus alnostcessaIt, for an
which I tried 'varius preperatio to obtain thi
relief; )ut round nothing to relio me until 1
obtained Dr. SWAYNE'S Com d syrup li,
of Wild Cherry. which immedi: y gave me
rlief. and by using the mnedicine.e weeks, or his
tereabout.i it re.,alted in perf'or.ng a perfecfd
cura. I amn hap'py to say that low enjoy as fd
ood hr....h as I could wish fe Your eter Wa
tEhunkful and humble triend, for
.I!s ~IEWIS." ma
Maorc Proofs ofthke Ejicacyof ? SlYIES wo
ComspoundL byrup of Wuid Ckyj, in rcer
ing ej ict Mi
To Dr. Sw.ara.-Dear Str-The time ha
beena, when I would not recasnenid a tued.
cine advertised in the p~ublie rints over ny
own signature; I now feel dirent-I t;:rl r,
lief. 1 was reduced by a pto.cted cough firI
sii nmonths to a mere skeleton orest at night Jol
soreness and pain. in my breaide, &c. 5u' igh~
fice it to say, I used your Cosound of WiN ear.
Cherry, wii in a few weelrelieyed me e- T
fectually. I am certain, had not been fte pro,
your medicine (as lite frequely depends o
'arly autentiotn to proper mnnes,) I shoni, Ja
now e in the silent grave. I no person de -
lay, but procure your Syrup ad be relieved o
their Cougbs and Colds, as th are dlangeroni
companions, and onlen lead total consequen
ces. Y our friend.
ABRA 11AM (INNER, ace
Crawfo county, Pa. tba
For sale by Dr. Swayne ni4 North sixth pel
st. Philadelphia, and biy sha
S. D. CLA RKE & Co,.autgiuts, Tes
Corner Centre and Meretstreets, Ham
Nov 23 tf' 43 -
State of South Gtrolina.f
IN TILE COMM WPLEAS.lt
WV. E. Wilsona,FEx. ) .y
vs. Attacnent, Debt. 313
T H E Plainti'having filedis declarationlto
1.in my oilee against the iid defendant,
who is without the limits of ilhetate: Order.
ed that the said defendant do apear and plead
thereto within a year and a daf'romn the filiti d
of themaime otherwise final juqiment will
awarded against him.
IJOHN IF. LiVING STOs, C. C. P.
r-erk.. Ona:-e .t. ept. Iwo~
WE celebrate-1 Race llorse nod Stal.
lion, ARGYLE, will sand the ensu
0g eason at the Plantation of Capt. W m.
B MATr, four miles south of Edgerield C.
fon the Augusta Road. lie will he let
ares at $15 the single visit; S25 the
aeon; and $35 to insure ; and half a dol
Wo the Groom in every instance. The
noney ornn approved note payiale the
15th of December next, must be sent with
mach Mare. or she will not be served.
lood pasturage will bo provided, and
dares fed on grain at a reasouable price,
mod servants boarded gratis.
A club offive Mares shall be entitled to
heir season at $20 each .iMare, and siutld
hey prove not in foal, they shall have ihe
enefit of the Fall Season gratis. Every
are will be taken of the .'iles and their
Dals, bitt no liabiliies will be incurrel for
scapes or accidents. A discount of ten
or cent will be all',wed onl all imnies
aid at tho ti.ne ot ptting the Maie.
The Season will rummenco on the first
f February. and end on the last of June.
ARGYLE is a dark brown horse, %i'th
ut white, except a stt, fifteen hands and
irce quarters high ; possessed of uncom
ton bone and muscl!. and a forn tom
iing with perfect *ymrmetry. every es.
:ial of a Race ti'r -e. HU is now 12
ears old, having hen :i:led in .iar 1:11d
the Spring of 1830. Ifi was sired by
e famous Moni. T iuson, his dlm This
e, was by Ogle', O-car, his grandam by
r. Thornton's impor:e-l [lorte Clifden ;
s g. g. dam !,y Mr. lfall'spot: and his:
g. g.dam by Dr. Marshmall's Ilyder Ally,
ho was by Lindsay's Arabian.
The performances of ARGYLE tipon
e Turf, have placed him in the very first
nk or American flories as a Rac-r.
bile those of his zet entitle hia: wa.
tial standbi- :,. -; !!h-t - s-t ie
a! fit Or t ge.e . :.. ,:., in Jan. 1134.
A ran at lNarnwei!, Atiugn. lat.4.,
Olumbia i n . .',, r, three and
t.t ndles leams. winn:;11 succes-,ively S
ces, firve of them of f.ur miiu heats, bcat
g Patsy Wallnee. Rattlesniake,(3 iacs)
iey Ashton, Rushli;ht, Bertrand, junior,
ice) Nertumti's,'&c. &c. He uever
it a heat. and was rarely if ever put up
his speed, until his extruordinlay dofe:at
John Babcoibe. in April, ,6W. the
drun with great sticOPSs In Virgitaia;
d in May last on the Central Cours :
shimore, after running for the first heat
three miles, and losing it by a heat: in 5
inues 4 seconds, ho won the second heat
51minutes, 40 seconds., tieng the best
eand heat of three' mil-.4 reronrd !:1!
scrican Trurf, and the most brilliant per
-mance of a year surpassing all others in
a richness of its annals. During the
me week, and ott the sane course, onetI
his daughters, Kate Sea:on, won the
Dat sweepstakes of 1$1000, beatin:: a file r
Id with great ease: such a coincidence a
in: hitherto unknown upon the Tur. c
ARGYLE stood but uric season anw to:
imited number of mares, not many of
lich were thorough bred. yet his colts
ve won nine out of eleven races for
tich they have been started, beatin:, at -
a, two and three miles, the get or many (
our best Stallions, beside several im
ried colts, sioi of them in first-rate
ie. Two of his get, Governor l'atler
J Kate Seatur, are now tunrivallcul upon I
- Tort by any thing of their age,
rhie onners of ARGYLE, in bringin-4.
a back to the State in which (though I
foaled) he was first trained and rnined:
earliest laurels. tpresent him1 withi con-.
mece to the Public, as being in every
y, on accoutnt of his blood, sire and
ii, his performann-es on the turf. . re
rikable for cadultranzce, as weh as s.:ed, c
I the esctraordinary succ.es of his get, (.
rthy of their entire app're.bation.
WILLIA31 I. SlAYS. r
anuary 1S, 1843 ti' 51
Brought :o the Jail 6
F thi. District, a nc;:ro man who s3a his i
name is Joseph, and that he belongs to
a Patterson, of .'lackiea Island, S. C., of a
comnpl--xion, lare whiskers from car to o
5 feet 6 inches high.
'he owner is regnested to come forward, t
LL Peorsonu indebted to the Estate of ~
-13. A. Wallace, deceased, by note,b
ount or judgment, are hereby notified c
tte demandls against the estatcetcom- -
me to refuse further indulgence. We
iI act fairly, but possitively tho next
rm of the Court.
H. R. SPANN, Executor.
an 9, 1843 if 50
[AVING Associated myself in busi- fi
ness with Mr. B. C. H~tad on the h
of January 1843, I take thisopportutui- n
>t informing all those indebited to tme k
Notes aud Accounts due up to 1st Jatn. si
3, that it is indispensible, on my part,
,wind op the business of the old concern. b
E. B. PR ESLEY.
l'he Business hereafter will be conduct- '
nuder the firm of Pa'KssLar & Bar.12, I
he old stand of E. 13. Presley. r.
E. B. PR ESL EY, Io
B. C. BR YAN.
Dr. JOHN G. WILLI YJS,
0 FFEt'i !:io prj.eiona' servi . t e l.*
citim.ciS of .dgcfield village a. dadpt-eznt
country, and can be foit.d. by calha.g at S. F.
Guodc's dwellijn. nt all titnes.
Nov. 2 tr 40
DEVOTED TO AGRICULTURL CO3.
.IE&CE, NEWS, &c.
IE nbove ii the title ora Paper which it
. Tis propound to establi'sh at the capitol ofr
South Carolina-J. J. Dubose. editr-Dubose
& Johnston, puiblileers-weeLly, und twice ai
w-k d uring fil session of the .egiplature-on
al Imperial sheet-price $2 ZO a year.
'The I'.%.r.n wiAll be the organ of lie
Statu Agricultari Society and its unsiharies.
but wi!l not be devoted exclusivelv to Agricul
ture. The attention will be paid to general
news and the state ofthe Colmbia aned Char
leston uaarkets, which the growing trade and
couseugue:-e of our town requiie., and the pro
ceed'l.nq "f the J.;:-v-l:iture re ported ig a cr-n
den-le-d iorn The eetolr wi i ende.vor. by
;nvint a teti portion t1 his coliumns t,; litera
tore. mora. science. t c., to make l.is4 publi.
c.tin a pleaat n3111 1 -efill fltamily palper.
I'. iment to buea binj- (IIn the recetoy of thte
tir-t No). to 1:,e pub!ijlsh--.tor il a t the'ir agents
mn thw elili*re-nt Distriet4. Jan I t - I
I. EF'LD Bl:AT CO.\IPANY
YOU are ordr.-! to Paw de for .4
Drill.'at Edl . iel t.' l1.0o :..tordav Itr
he1101 ith of t-:rualry iswt. armed itt
- anJ e~upp--d acc'.dog1~ to k'w.
by ut d.r of ' r
Capt. COGIURN., Ih
UACON, . m.
pin 4 t;t 4:1 C
Select chaooE. e
ON Monday the lih iait., a Private p
Schoeol. of the hi;:her order. will be it
rpiened at BIenrh I-land, fineder the super
intendance of :'o f' a'r : . M. C.ATra.
v i in en r. e t fla i.:-. to give
:. 1..'i. 111 'te Variousw I raniches usPualliy
a-siet in schools oifi t!e kit-!.
Goj b'oard can ie ibtained in the neigh
orlmod at moderate prices.
For further infornra jtion ippiy it Mr.
iamucl Clarke, or .1r. David Ardis, of
i.each 1 ,lund. s. C.. Jn. 5. 1843 tr it)
Il persols havin:g ; dl:. ! againsft 11,
tL estate- of lisrrel -. 111"b0b. ecc'd. III
are retiuc-ted to render them iti to the sub- th
nzal.c payment. W
LA't.\ ANN (l)IIPS,
JAS. (G. Hl.\lR ISON.
Dec. 13. 18.12 i(at
' J. Glover. dec'd.. either by Note or
look .le.itmt. tre renested to coanc forward
nil etle with C::ptain G. llainn. wih whom J
lie Notes mud Acounnis ire depo-:'. J fur col- su
ectionii. A lon;-er indulgence e'n'ts i be given,
itltS. wishi ng: too . e:4.,t will do %% 'IlI t) av:ail
rem.ihi of tLi opportunicv. :a- te Note.St
nd Acci.:4 will be pet i:n the l..dis of an
liice'r fer , o'ec i-,.n, %% itholug re r-t to, per
aM.. Th'lb .ba! h ing demand, ad.nsii t the .:id mn
stat:- are reepac.,ted to hum! them in. Iegaly ci,
CHiIARLES J. GLOVLE'. I:euor.
- ...~ fo
oi.. IAMPTON'S1.\ll'i',D hORS!: .1
. 5VERE4.1, - ly
71 1.1. atnd the enisng 'a:t Ude- it
Y ti.:ld Coutrt lIioase. at thi irty doirs the ib
ea'n, frty t%e dell:.rs ilsnr:ne. '# digree f
ibe :v e * i:the csrc:i..r.
Dec.' 7 .' 45
.i 't:: fLit: fl1iTi. *r.
IN 'l ii l E CU .MON I'l A S. .t
INIL~T N I'I IJ.ES whoa~ has ''.en arre..t. in
.i. d . . I i.. :.,w coeatined n~ ;tin the bounizd" w I
saad - atiul:-ec ien- at the sic: 'f S:inue'l onit
iauer, b. ne si tiled his pcetitina a ':echedule'0
cc .'a:h. n: .ss n tholo e'-late~ anc e'tt ''m e weth the f il
ag''ese oiobutt.eintg the beta.d si : dhe -\ets of1 i
aeGeneral Auem~ibly. cosuotnly called thes~
t'en eter'i. Acts. *
Plhic nuler iS haerecy gita ca. tha t the peti . P
on of the &tid 31 iltona Cine.. Il be heard Col
ihe Cosn~g of Cotmmon l'heas for A bbe'vail
Ii~trict, at Abeville Cours flous-. Otn Wed. lah
e-sduy thme '2:iiday of Marcha next, or cen such
thter day a.s the Court may nider during the'~
'rim coinnueanemn on the ithird .\oonday ien il
larch next a't said place. And a!! the credi- "E
irs of the said .ilitoni Chile.... arc huerehvy sum. itn
soned, pc-rsoncally or by a:t'ernev, then arnd of
aure in th.t said Court. to ,bscw 'cause, if' atny sul
iey can, why the benefitof ithe Acts aforesaid %i
tould not be granted to the 'e id .ilton Chmiles fes
pon his executattg the asignmtle::t rerluircd .
y tho Acts af'oresaid. e
Jully NI. LIVINGsTON. c. c. r
New Boot & Shoe ?store.
U' [E Sutbstcriber respCctfulgly inaforms m i
his friends artd the citizensq of Edgo- len
eid District genterally, tha t on the 9th inst. r
a will open a fl.ot and Shose Establish. th
ent in the Town cel Eedgefteld, 'a here all
iotds of w~ork in tais lin- will be neatly and ""cm
:rviceabhy ex-eeuted. the
Good liides of eve:.y dcscription will be ta
nrteredl for, or bought for Cash. Ci
All persons indebted to mec by note s "el
ook accoutnt, arc reqtuested to Cc'esor thc
ard In pay up :as I atm very :csh in
ant of money antd not being vecry desi.
us of putting their acenants in iho handls
f an uflicer for collection.
.ItCifAEL L. GEARTY.
Januarv .1. 1812 * ' e
A LARGE-, & SPLENDID ifT
HAIILES nANFOlI), late w
Sde:ler in th- v at 0 New York. ha,
iMen a h.e next to Mr. fIln:er's Hotel.
Hwams,,hg -. . wherr lie fin" tken his
.nock of Dry Goodst
To which he would revpectfuiilv invite
tention of tlomse wishing any article in his r
feeling eottident that the cheapness ofhisg
will ofrer indneuents to thote that
amine his stock. My only object being
pose of my ,tock. Iut little or no.advance
firit cost will he usked.
Country Merl.hnta will find Gtooii at N
York prices at the above place.
Water Proof Warehouse
HlAMMVURG, S. C.
T !E I SubscriLe. begs leave to ifroirm
frietids, and the public, that lie conti
Warehouse & Commissf
his former litand, Louw as the Water Pra.
Detached as it i6 from othe lnildings. its lo.
ation render it nearly a% ceiure froin fire,
~it was fire proot'. ' The door of its two win
arc been eleteild hbove the high water marik
f the :reat tre?itif May .J340. and ech of'
:ese divisions ofl the building n illatorefrom.P.t
5>00 to IN9J bal.-si C1tton.
Both of thcse are de-iiied to be exclusively
:t a part fr the Cotton ot'lanttes aid Cain
y 3rl,-ihant-i. whs %%ill thns be ecuired froe
lrepibititv of lw anddJania-:. froim freheto
lIe avaii iniself of theli preset"r occasion t
-urn hlis thaniks to his friends. 4nd patroins
eir libieial support during the oi-t .scain. i
4icit. frorn them, ind the public generally,
mrtinuance of this coufideice. ild afures
em. that in rehirit foar their patror n;e, he will
,ei his best personal effrts to pretsnote and
rotect their iimteresit conittitted to his charge.
i addition to thie nsanrance, he pied-rs hia
If ie will itn ins case purcha"e a ba2. of Cot
1. directly er ' ndirredr.
lie will'attend to the -@ale and ;!tpping of
, tronl. the rr-ceiving and forw-irding f Goode,
i I othr r ii -:na usnaly trana:ed by a
Ilanibttrg. August 4. 1842. Gm 18
HE low prices ofCotton, the scarcity
of mimey. and the chenpuess of ha
L r i;- altint C very other branch of trade, ad.
OniAlses the rijin LUgeficid Village. t
ly too, moust let
fnci'itirmn W to a te w,
Drk at retneed rates, we invirt our c'.
era, and the pibbe generallv. to C.l and exa.
rne our stock, and hearrinr priceswhich Phall
low (fur the same articles) an any similar
labliainuent in die Sotutheln routiitv.
Dec. 5, 42. -S.
A eVix to the 1ubic.
HE. Amount of bodily and mental
ituery qrating from a ticlect of
inll complinlls is incalculable, and it is
ereforc of the utmout importtuce that a
ict atentio to ihe least antd mlot tri
1ig bodily iufirmiti..s sbould be had ; for
cnses of the boly invariably -ilTect the
ud. Dr. Mofatz's 'egerble -.ift 3ed,.
ies, im every iusance where they have
en thtoronghly used, have 'riumphrd
r Diweae in almost all its diversified
ms. Thc salutary effects )I the I.ife
dicities have. iu flacr. been so universal
experienced, thug ill the Stort space of'
c years. they have becotie fully estab
ied as the niobt casy, safe and perfect
ide of treatiment ever ofrered 'o the
It i4 unnecesiary. here, fur Dr. Muofat
recapitulate all the reasons n hich linve
lu~ced hut i- 've at this concelusiion
is sulltcterttf~ lgrg to shy. that the djs.
created tebismon1iy of his fellotn citizens
in hatve been in'iiced to noe the Life.
:diciies, wil freely lie offered ho any
:v ho muay feel desposed to call ?i ~i -
lice, 373 lirtlad way. lie hats there onN
evernli housand heaters, voluntarnily
dtiered l'y h.is pia:tits, the s'cLeipt andl
rnnaitl of which has ;;ii htjim miore
asuire thian all the wealthi of d be East
Tihe reader miay not perhaps lhe an~ aro
it the origin of Moffat's Life Mecdicitnes
as the result of a pirotraceted tad painful
tess of their origiuator, Mr. Johtn MlolTat.
hen taken ill, Mr. M-! was a prosperous
a flourishing merchant in, the lower part
the city of New York, and having con
te-l and eenployed a number of our mot
Iful physicians. hie, after months ol suf.
ing, was prevailed upont to try the medi
ec which is now offered to the public.
The effect of the Life Medicines iu his
n case was unparalleled in the history
nmedical experience; anid be inmediate-.
determined to make known the world
nedicine to which he uim i-dy owed hiis
'u life, bu:t his happiness. T'te uniform
cesan iv'ich has since attended their ad
uistra'iun in every imatance wt,,' a .
ii has been given them.,
by thou ;.ar,di, and ;:eOntestabsi pri es
ir irmsic merit
rho Lafe Merd;n
oty by perso- if e ' e
:nfir'.-. tihe --rvouis artt. Io 'C -1 tcdre
.*1 h-tied byv ieir oper:, n: l
9- 'y th -.r prompt and proptr action
noi the ,secretioin, of the system,. and
:r assiwilation a ith and purifica tion of
bliod, they clear the system of all had
mn.'-,. q':aet all nervous irr.iaoihity, and
art ibly prenaee. sound health.
Fosr Sale by
J. D. TJJ3BE TS, .Agent.
Nov 9. IS.J, f4