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Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa elcias. I will proceed to sell at Edge feld Court House, on the first Monday and Tuesiay in November next, the following property. ": Dawson Atkinson, vs Martha Prior; William Wilson, vs the same, 70 acres of land,' nore or less. adjoining lands 'of To bias Prior, the tract of land where Martha Prior lives, and the lands of the Estate of John IGray. Elijah ,Vaison, sen., vs Orasha Haney, " one hundred andiseventy- five.acres of land, -ore or less, adjoiuiiig lands of Nathan -orris, Obed Bodie and others.: Parks.& Barker, vs William Strom; the same, vs the same, one hundred and eigh ty acres of land, more.or less, w'here de+ ""fendant now'lives.-adjoining lands of Mary Byom, Edmond B&ya and 6thers. Charles Lamar, vs Sterling Powell and James Powell, the trant of land where the defendant James Powell lives, 'adjoining lands of Jacob Wise and others. . Samuel Stevens and Ephraim Andrews, vs William Wagner. one hundred acres of -land, more'or less, adjoining lands of Ro bert Aiton,-Joshua Harris and others, and also four negroes, Samo, Anna; Aggy and an infant child. th. - Robert'N8leCann,, fo the nes~of Jone~s & Brother, vs John Moseley, the tract of land where the defendant lives, adjoining lands of James Vann and others. David Powell, vs Charles'Powell; J:.D. Nance,. vsthesatnethetractofland where defendant lives, adjoining Dudley Roun tree 'and others. C. Burckmyer &'Co,, vs J. M. Barron ton, one house & lot in.the town of Aiken, occu-pied by James Black; the above lot lies in Edgefeld-District. James Eidson, .vs John -Bridwell one wagon, two mules, and ono iaro T Edmund Tate. 'a Rulnljh Cafi'r;"i'he same, vs the same; J. D. Crane &So,,.vs the same; David 31. Dunbar, vs the same; Charles Lamar, vs Julius.Howard..Iohn Howard and Rudolph Carter, five thousand: acres of land, more.or less,s;whei defen dant' lives, adjoining latids of John Wise and others, levied on1 as the property of Rudolph Carter. William J. Owens, v Charles Lamar, the tract of land where defendant lives. Fort, Townsend & Mendenhall; vsPow, Gleaton &.Co., .eight itegroes, iz:' lia, George. Crocket, Delia, Harriet, Afti ette, Epbersoti and Sh'adrack. William Carter, 's A. G. Leek;' the same, vs the sa tic, one thousasdacres'of land, mors oa less; adjoining lands of T. a. Dyson and F. W. Pickens. .Terins Cash. ' S. CHRISTIE, s. E. D. October 15 3t 38 State or South P olilla. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. Moses Hughes, vs. Daniel B. Clayton. WTILL. BE SOLD,..in. the town of 'V Hamburg, in the above stated case, on Wediesday the 8th day of November next, the following property; viz. One Bureau, one Sideboard, one Clock, and other articles of Household Furniture. Terms Cash. . S. CHRISTIE, S. E. ., Oct. 24 ($1 06*) . 2t 39 State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. Thomas J. Hamilton, To Foreclosure John B. Hamilton and 'of Mortgage.. Josepha Cosnahan, J B3Y Virtue of a Mortgage in the above' stated cave, I shall proceed' to sell, at Edgefield Court House, on the first Mon day 'ir, November next,'two negroes,' viz:' 'Leak and'Prissilla. Terms Cash. ~Ot~16183.S.CHISTIE, S. E.D. Oct3',153 S150 3m38 *State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. M..R. Staith, ). Foreclosurec of To James Gillam, )Mortgage. . YVirtue of a Mortgage in the above EJstated cate, I shall proceed to sell, at the House of the Defeddant, in the Town of Hainburg, on Wedneso'3y the 8th ' day of Novemsber next, the followinmg property, viz: three negroes, one negro won~an Lot ty, one woman Katmy and child, and~ also Household and Kitchen Furniture. 'Terms of Sale, Cash. -S. CIRIST IE, S.E. D. Oct 16 1842 '2 25 t 38 State of South eCarolina, - Bland.& Butler, - vs -Henry Williams, The Same, W Lvs. The Same. LLbe sold at the House of the De endant, on Friday the 10th day of -November next, oae loto (Corn nnd three stacks of Fodder. '-Terms Cast?.. S. CARISTI E, S. E. D. Oct 17, 1843 192 4t 38 State of Soth Carolina. EDGE FIELD DISTRICT. BY OLIVER'rTOWLES, Estluire Ordinary of Edgefield Distr-ict. Whtereas, James Murrell and Benjamin L. Murrell, hath applied to me for Letters of Administration on all and "singular the goods andl chattels, rights and credits of .Randal Murrell, late of the District afore ad, deceased.. These are, therefore,'to cite and admon ish all and singtilar, the kindred and cred itors of the said deceased, to be and appe'ar bef~ore me, at our next Ordinary's Court for the said District to be holden at. Edge held Court House on the 6th day or Novr. 'to show eause. if any, why the said Ad uinistration should not be granted.. Given under my hanid and seal iis 23cl day ofbOetober, one thousand eight hun dred-and 'forty three~ atd in thmesixty-eight year of Amiericatn Independence. O.'TOWL.ES, o.~ D.n to AWirEY T4 C.4 ld Cour House, S. C. , .otiote. f.. O. N Monday the 27th -November next, .u11 be sold at the premises, all that valuable tract of land, situated and lying. on Hardlabn Creek, and well know by th niame of .ihte han. The said place contait s one thtibsand and sixty (1060) acres,6fve hundred (500)-acres of which are i a state of nature, and affords an abundance of timber. On the placeihere is a large and commodions Dwelling.-a fine Store, Doctor Shop, and every necessary out buildings, all in good repair.,, Whitehall may be ticated for at private sale, if appiled for i mediately. . P. U. ASH E. For Mr. M. E. Edwards.; Whitehall, Abbeville, Ont :t. is 37 State of South Carolinas EDGEFIELD DISTRIC'r. 'IN EQlif2Y. George A. MeKie, & others, Elizabeth McKie. Partition. OTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEN, . . ehat- by virtue of an Order from the Court of Chancery, I shall offer for sale.to the:highest bidder, on the first MondayAn November next, at.Edgefield Court House, the real estate ofCharles McKie, deceased, consisting of several tracts of laud, con tairiing in all two thousand and eighty acres, more or less, situate in the eaidDis trict and State afureuaid, on. the.,Martin town, road, anti bounded by lands of the estate of Benjamin--Roper, of -Samuel C. Scott, estate of' Isaae-Vann,' Henry Wal= drunm, and others;"'said lands t'd Lc 'sold in se ari't tracrsnceo idiig to faW of re stirv w ch 1be hibit:,ppt dpy; on dcred of one and .ipyears, except ,the costs,-which mast be paid id. cash., purchasers to give bonds and per sonal security., and.mortgages of the prem ises to secure therpurchaseinoney. 'J. TERRY. c. a. a.D. Commissioner's Office, - - - Edgefield, Oct. 3. 1843. 5 October 4 .($5 93)' 6t '36 State. ofSouth. Carolina. EDGEF1ELD DISTRICT. 1R EQUITY. Jacob B. Smith, Guar'd. et. ai. vs. Bill for Sale Oliver Towleb, Guardian of. of land. . ickens B. Wever. J OTICE IS HERESY GIVEN, "that by virtue ofan. Order from the Court of Chancery i stiall Vofer for sale to the bighis'hidder, at Edgefi'ekd Court House on'the first Monday;in November next, apirt of the estate of the late Jona than Wever, situate in the District and State: aforesaid on Mine Creeks contain ing eleii'.,bundrei acres, more or lces, ad joining' lands ofJ'no F. Ma-tin; John Her rin, William Ra'brn, i3ejaiiia Rusilon and others; to be sold in separate traots if desired bythe parties, according to,.plts of resurvey, to be exhihiled on. the ay of sale. on'a credit .of one and:two years,;ei cept the costs, wbich'must be paid'in casi; the. purchasers to.give'bonds and perlonal security, and mortgages -of tt. proediises to secure the purchase money.' J. TERR , c. E. E. D. Commissioner's Office, Edgeflid Octr. 4, October 4 - ($5 93) 5t 36 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. The Trustees of the F,dge6eld Village Academy; vs. Wm J.- Wightman, J'ob Bauskot.,. and- others.--Bill for Fore closure of Mortgage. ' NOT1CE is hereby gitin,,that by vir L.tue of an Order from. Court of Equi ty, I shall offer for sale,- to-the highbest bid der, at Edgefield Court House, on-the first Monday in November next;, the Real Es tate of the late 'John Moore, deceased, or so miuch ther'edf' as' will satisfy the debts dueto Plaintiffs, secured, by a Mortgage' of The fufldwing 'tracts of land, situate in the District and Siate; aforesaid, viz: The Key tract, .containing eight hun dred (800) acres, more or less, on Mill dind Stevens' Creek, adjoining lands of Johns Sullivan and others. ' The Quarles' tract, containing one hun dred (100) acres, more or less, adjoining the Key tract, and other lands of the said John Moore. 'The Williams' tract, containing seven-. ty-five (75) acres, imore or less, adjoining te Key tract, and other lands of the said John Moore. The tract on whiifihe said John Moore lived 'at his 'death, containing eight' hun' ded (BOO) acres, mote or less, adjoining niu..s of ie tsen anpd, others. A 'ie land tract, containing four hun red (40 t~ acres, more or less, adjoining lands late.V owned by BenjaminlR. Till mtt atnd 'utbers, at the head ot Sweet Water Branch, a branrch of the Savannah River. And a j62e* ebody of land, em bracing several parcels, on Savanhah>Re ver, nsear Bull Sluice, centtinlg onethou sand (1000) acres, more 'or less, adjoiniing lands of l~avid Bunch, lamWs'pua and otheris.' Terms.-The said lands to be sold on the followirig terms': the sum of fly'elhon bred dollars, and costs and expenses bf'tllis. im7, to be paid in cash; and the balance on a credit of twelve months. Title to be signed, but 'not delivered, uptil -the pur chase money is pnid; and if the purchase. money be not paid when due, ihe said lands tohbe resold for cash,.at the risk of te forme~r purchaser. Possession. to be gvenon.dhe first day of January next. J.:TE RRY, C. Et. F. Di. Commissioner's OJfce, Oct 3, 1843. ' '$11 87k' 36 Notice I s HEREBY GI.YEN; .that aplica catis'n will be made at the'uf sisa ture, for the Incorporation 7oft the Mehdist Protestabt Mount Zion Churche in Abb'evills Distric -''* WM. H. KKRKPATiRICK;. .- Pres. Mbard Trustes,. August 24 3m. 31. - Notice I S HEREBY Gi VEN that application .wB, lhe ade.iat the next Sessiodbofme Legislturie of this State, fdr an Aot of Inerpo-' ration for the -Chgrch at Hardem, jononly. uled Big Stepisensiffreuk. g : Atngust2% 7: . . "tdn , , 8, ,.rabirNetee~.. - ES HERF~BY SGV :a~napiain willb6,dadtoztheIlgeglstatr,mletaenot. ession,;t -repeal s " Act to Incorplimato:the, vilage ofEdged''sil."* --'.$ew;. SAugunst 2 m 30 State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. Nancy,Rushion and others; vs. Jas. Rush ton.-Bil for Partition. 1OTICE is hereby given, that by vir iue of an Order from Chancellor Johnetoit, I shall offer fur,sale. to the high est bidder, at Edgelleld Court House. on the first Monday in November next, the Real Estate of William Rushton, deceas ed, consisting of a tract of land containing one-hundred-aud eighty-one (181) acres. more or less, situate in Ediefield District. on Cufleetown Creek, adjoining lands of W.-N. Moore, J. C. Moore, Nathaniel Hei:rson aud others, on a credit of one and two years, u ith interest from the day of sale, except so much as may be neces sary to pay the costs, which must he pdid in cash. Tie purchaser to give bond and personal security, and a mortgage of-the premises to secure the purehase money. J. TERRY, C. Commissioner's Ofce, 6 Oct. 3. 1843. - 34 75 36 State ofSou:til, aroliI a. VDGEFIELD DISTR1CT. IN-EQUITY. Exparte, Petition to substi Dawson Atkinson 4 pife, .# tutc a Trustec. - N hearing the petition in this case, on motion of Mr. Bauslceti, Solicitor for pe titioner; Ordered; thifa-ftule be publihi,.d-tn the above case for three months in i,ne .-ub lic Gazette of this' tts, requiring tie said James Boweir, the Trdstde named in the will ,of Casper'Nail, Senr.. of the legacy bequenth ed so the.petitoner Maria Aikinsua. to slew ea e, if anyhe ji why the prayer of the petitioner should not he granted, by substitn ting' Dr. William: Al. Bu t, Trustee, in the stead of the said James Bowers. of the said a ria-Atkison. and that in defoiit of canse being shewn. within three monti-s from the first pub liationrof this Rule, an-order pro coniesso be entered against him. J. JOHNSON. 8th June, 1843. Cossiss'torn's OFFICE. September 8, 1843. .1 certiff that the above is a true copy of the original Order of Court, in this case, taken from the minutes. - J. TERRY, c. E. D. September 13 3m 33 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN. TLH 'CON9T O OIDINA1 RY Charles H.-Dagnr & wild. Applicants, William-Chadwick, & others, Defend'is. T.appearing to my satisfactionthat William U. Chadwick, Elias Chadwick, Juams Chad wick;, Joln Chadwiick, Elizabeth Chadwick, Naney Chadwick, John Odere, Elias Odemo, George Odere, Washington Blair and his wife M1rlha, resides without the limits ofthis State. It so rdered,'that they do appear and object to the'division and sale' of the real estate ofThom as Howle, dec'd., on or before the first Monday in-January next, or their consent to the same, will be entered'of record. OLIVER TOWLES, o. E. D. October 16, 1843. Sm 38 State of South Carolina. ABBE VILLE DISTRICT. IN .THE& COMMON PLEAS. T HOMAS W. GANTT who has been arrested, and is now. contined within the bounds of the Jail of Abbeville District by virtue of a capias ad satisfacienduin, at the suit of Perry E Duncan, having filed his petition, with a schedile on oath.of his whole estaite arid effe.:ts, with the purpose of obtaining the beiie fit of the Acts of the General Assembly, com monly called the Insolvent Debtors Acts. Public notice is hereby given. that the peti tion of the said Thomas WV. Gaiitt. will he heard asi ennsidernd itn the Court of Comnmoni :P)ens foi.Abbeville District, at A bbertie Court -House,-an the third Monday of Marchi next, or on such other day as the Court ma y order. dur 'ing the term; commencinir on rte third M1 andahy in March next, at said place ; andt all the cre ditors of said Thomas W. Gantt are hereby sumrmohed piersonlaly or by attortney. then itndi there,in said Court, to shewcanise, if any ihey can, why the benefit of thre Acts aforesaid shiould-niot he gratnted to the said T'homnas WV, Gantt upon his executing the assignment rc qwred by the Acts aforesaid. JNO. F. LIVINSTON, C. A. D. Clerk's-Offie, 25th September, 1H43. Sept. 27 ($17 621) 3m 3 ST61 T E OP 5S. CJ1H IOL1N.3, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. BlY OLIVER TrOWLES. Esluire. LFOrdinary of Edgeie~hi District. -Wheress, Erasmds McrDiaiel, hatih ap plied ta me for Letters of Admrinistration oji all and singular'thd~ goods atnd chat tels, rights, and crediis of Eli Cartdedge, l16te of the District aforesaid, deceased These -are, therefoure, to cite tnd admon ish all and singular the kindred andl credi tors of-tme saidideCoeed, to be nd appear before me, at our aexi Oidionary's Court for the said District to be holen am Edge field Court H ouse on, the 6th of Novemiiber next, to show cause, if atny, why thme said Administration should not he gratitedi. - Given under my-hand and seal this 23rd dlay of Oeir, opethonisa.,l eight.hiutn dred atnd frty three, & inathie sixty eighth year of Americitn ltndependlence. 0, TOW LES o. ix n state. of' South:Cau-olina. SEDGEPW.LD DISTiti('T. IN THE COURiT OE' ORDINA4RYI. In re3 Williamh Wise,'Admin'tr. of -Henry Wise. W. H EREA8 William Wise, Admnastra .11 ter.ff Henry Wide, has removed fiuet this State without having accounted tor hi ad mnstra~tioti, arid whereas Moses Sweanntgeni one of 'the sureties of said administrator, has applied lo me for ielief on the p remnisesi The~se are therefore to stimmon and requnire the sid William-Wise. administrator of Henry Wise, and his sureties, Moses Swearingetn, and Lew isJones, to appear at-iny office on -this thi duy of November next. atJO0 o'clock, to render an accouptofaid adtministratiot, uad abide maclh. further order'or decree as may be made ii the. peps. OLIVER TO WL ES-. K E.D Ordirtary's Office, 8th August, 1843. -August 9 . - 3mn 28 ~EI Docts. Ready- & Yar-n buiug Will Practice Medicine,'in co~parstnerslip hereafter. ,Oct.K 3, ..0. . t .36 4 TaVJmrtnds or .wior T. G. BACON, annonnce him as a candidate for t66h0f||i4 If.Cleiklotiib Court, ,of Edge feld Diststat smiarf if 6 U VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE. T HE subscribers will positively sell at public ouiery, at Edgetield Court House, on the satle day. in Noveinler next, if not previously sold at private sale,- - (which would be preferred,) that valuable tiact of land, lying on Bea'er Dam Creek, ahut eight miles west of Edgfheld Court House, lately belonging tu John M. Sim. kins, deceasd, and contaimng about eight hundred and( sixty three acres. Terms will he mtatde known on applica tion to eit her of the suberrihers. Persons r wishing to purchase are invited to ex amine the premises. ELDRED SIMKIN . WM. J. SI MKINS. Edgefield, Sept. 6, 1843. 9t 32 1 *.xecutor's Sale. t W ILL BE SuLD, at Edgelield C. H., on the first .Mondhay in Nov'bter next, by mutual agreemsent of parties, all that trnct or parcel-of land. known as the late resridunce of Hillary 31. Collier, dec'd., and now occupied I b>y William Vance, there is about thirteen hen a dred acres of b. t Oak and Hickory land at. s tached to the place; as regards the value of this property its ciuaracter is so well known as to ntake a description of it .lmiost useless, it is - cnsidered uandief the best country stan.ls for a Public I louse in the Sate. it being on the .lar tintown road, the great thorong' aalre leading from the west to all the lower couunty markets ( and i t note stald with atll the Drovors, and ] when viewed purely as regards the planting I intere't. it presents mamiy ndvantages. that ol a fertility of soil, aid its aljacei.cy to one of the a ,best markets in the United States. n Tiermas ofsale-Oe thonsand dollars cash, a th'e'balance ill two egqnal annual instilments; notes will be lequire'd with atpprovel security, and a tourtgage of the properly if deemed ne cessa ry. Rt MERiflWE'THER, i. IIENDERSON, ISAAC T. HEARD, a Executors. September 13 St 33 - LISTEN AT T1IS. I W ILL continue to store Cotton at my old stand, at 12. cents per bale for the first month. aitil s cents per bale for each and el. ry I mouth after. Strict care n ill he taken with all s Cotton sent to my charge. and I think Planters a will protect their interests by ptrUuni:inng those a that offer to sell or work cheapest. W. P DELPH. Hamburg, August 15 4ru 30 Water Proof. & No Mistaje! I ", L JEFFERS & co, WAtKtEoUsK & GENERAL Cf.iInIstoNY M ERCHAN''S.-IIAM1BUIR;, S. C. B EG leave to infrm their friends. and the ptblic generally. their NEW WATER PROOF WA REIHOUSE. with large cuove nient close Stores attached, is now completed and road' for the reception of Cotton, Merchandise, &c. It is situated on the principal street leadinu .nto the business part of the town. four feet above the highest water mark by ictrnfsurvev, entirely remote from all other buildings, which tenders it fire-pronf anld conveniettly situated fir loading andl unlotding wagons. They are nulw piermanen~citly loented in this place. and pledged not to speculate in Cotton on their own account. hnt to give thi'ir undivi ded attetttint to the interest of their enstonaers, and are illy prepaind to attend to the Sale, Storing and Shipping. of cotion, Flour, Bacon, &c. Receicing and Fourcruing AI-Rh I. IAX DISE. Purehasin. Goods to order. ,c. &c. Their charges will e as fIlows:--For sel. ling Cotton 25 cetts per hlae; Shipping do, 124 cents per hale. Ceimission fir btying or selling Merehadlise and Produce 2.3 per cent. Forwarding and Storage. in acrordanice with thee stablished tali s All Cotton. Fl.ur. &c. re'ce'ived by thec rive'rfree fromj wharlilge. Lt hieral advances will lie innldi' when required, on any ctonsignuunnts mllale to Ihem.a . I ambu~lrg. Sepir. 1 if 33 T I It-. Subs'ribers respe'ctlily ina'orm their friends and the pubillic, that ltiwy have re ceived a large and( treesh supply of "GOtODS. selected by onet of Ihe tirm, In Ne'v York, lBs- I which in add t ion tii their I'irtnter stocek. com-t prises the largent and best asiornneinit of Giood.I~ ever utlered mo this m:niket. consisting ini pairt as follows: - 40 bbds. Porto Ricii. New Orleans~anid 'e SI Croix Sugars, 350 bags Uio,. tCuba, Porto Rico. St. Do 1111min. Java. atnd i'lcha Coffee, 70 huds. WVest laidia ahiulusses, 10 tierces Cuha do. 35, btuis. New Ojreuns do.L 71,000 lbs. Bacon. lH amis,Sides & Shtoulde'rs, 80,000jt " '8ede Iron, assiirtediz, p ,00"English do 3.000 " Nail itods & Holrse Shoe shanpes, r 2,000 - Cas , German. & Brtistered Steel, I, '200 vetts W anli' oxes, 1,700 sacks Salt, (blenched sacks,) i - 2,0001 bushels Salt, itn blk, . t. 500 piecs Hemp and TIow Baggving, 43 g to 46 inches wide, 250~ICC piecesGuny Bagg ing, 1,0040 ibs. Bagging T wine,. (WVeaver's,) 150 ciids aicatin Unle Rope, 300 do Hemp do do I ,500 yalds O~snniargs, 5,000 lbs. double retinled Loaf Su~gar, ji 3,000it - " c' erusihed di.- v 3.Utst) - powdered do. 1,1000 ",tnglie refined Loaf do. t .20 boxes Tnlrpenun~iie Song,b 10 " Sperm candles.k '20 "-i Htilt's patenlt 4 landles, a S tierces f'resh grounld Rice 'i 2,000 Iibs. Whtite Lead No. I Cnin Mills, i 2.j bbl. Canlal Flour, (chloice brand.) is 40 duz. dinling,. patrlor, rocking and 'children's Chairs, 7enses llats' land Caps, 1540 caske Slonle Limle. (ina file order,)s 20 keg" Duplot'ts FFF g P'owder, a 1,O00 lbs. BJar Lead. -40 boxes WVindoiw Glass 8x10O& 10x12, 1341 ba~gs Shot, atssirted sizes, 2,5400 pairs 51hoes, Tees, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Chocolate. Cm-. namaon, Altmods. Slarch,. Nutmoegs, floe ch~eev inag TobalCco, 'Negro Ualoths, Blankets, shoe c T1hread, Ccitton Y'arn, Cogtt Cards, WVool 0 Cardls, '1Tacks, Sieves, Plou~gh Linies, ludigo, I A1Iadder, Blne Stotle, Cppe'rats, Epsotm Salts,. Limrieed Oil, LIamp I Oid, at (saiperior artiecle,) ~ rnace Chains, Fifth Chains, Smoothling troans, brass bound redar Buatkets, haorse Unickets, I Pails, T'nb11. Keelers, Willow Wagons, naesI Measures, feathers. &c. & c & c. -d SIBLiL& CRAPON. t Hamcnrg July. 'I, 18-13. tf 23 c SROAD WVAGOMS. ti 4bGood WAGONS ) no cnsignmeni't, for tl sale'hy SIBLEY & CitAPON Sep. 20 tf .35, inmaI Notice, -. ALPeronas indebted to thae -Sbncriber, on Notes-and Accoaunts, doe ina mry-old business, which expired the 1st Jhanutary, J)843. are 'hereby nptified that longer indunenwce can.: a not be given. E. B. PRES-LEY.. V F?dgeneld, Oct 10, 1843 tf 37 'BLAND & B50UT LER RE now receiving and opening a general and well selected assortment .if Fall & Winter Goods, elected with great cure, by one of the 6ro, in ew York, to which they respectfully in'ire e attention of their customers nod the public enrally. They are also reccivriug a frealh n Ply of ancy Maltiery Goods, rthie enables them to furnili, and make to o. er any article in that branch of business, as )w us any similar establishhent in the cnun -y The illinery Departmeut, will continue rider thesuperintendance of Mrs. E. M. Down. chose business qualfications are too well unown. to need comment. Oct. 4 - -- if 36 New Fall & 4nter Goods. T E Subscribers respectfully inforni their custotmers. and the public generally hit they are now receiving a large and splen. id assortment of faIl a nd winter Goods, pur. hosed in New York. Philadelphia. and Char. eston. embracii.. a general assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods, lard ware, Shoes, Huts. Groceries,Crockesy, &c. &c- all of which they. will sell on terms to uit the times. G. L. & E. PENN: Sept. 27, if 35 New Fall & Winter Goods. I I: ll- ubscribers. are now receiving and Iopening their Stock of Fall and Winter ?oglds: Conprising nt comnpiete assortment of rancy & Slaple Dry Goods, hardware, Cutlery, U;rackery. Hlats, Shoer,' d Saddlety. Blankets _ and Kerseys; and hnost every article that is usuilly ket in this tmrket, they call the attention of their friends ad the public generally to exarnin theire tock. PLESULY & BRYAN. Sept. 26 tf 35 Blankets. Keyseys. & Lin eys. Y the piece or larger q nantity, f upe ri')r quality and low prices.just :eceived rd for sale low, by J. O. B. FORD. lambmrg. Septr 22 if 35 [CIRCULA R.] !'o Planters 4 .Merchauls. I BEG leave to inform you, that I continue the WAREHOUSE and COMMISSION IUSINESS at my old stand. known as the ,VATER-PROO WARI',HOUSE. Detach. fd as it is from other buildings, its locarion en lets it netarly as seenre from fire as if it was ire-plronf. 'lie llurs have been elevated above lie high water mark of the great freshet of Flay, 1a40. Ilaieas will thus be secured fron the possi. illity ofloss and damage by freshets. I avail myself of the present occasion, to re urn my thanks to my friends and patrons, for heir liberal support during the past season.- I olicit from them and the public generally. a oantint uce of this confidlenee, and assure them hat in return for their patronage. I will use my wet personal effbrts to piomote and protect heir interests. committed to my charge. In addition to this aesmance', I pledge myselfthat will in no case purchase a hale of coUon. di -ectly or indirectly. I will attend personally to he sale and forwarding of cottor to Savannah >r Charleston ; also. to the sale of Bacon, Flour. kc. &c., and to the receik ing and forwarding if goods to the up-countrv. Having a tine charf attached to my Varehnnse. no wharraige vill be charged on cotton t tily cate. either or sale or to be forwarded to Savannah or 1bnrlestot. My conmumission for selling cotton, wili be 15 cents per hale, and 12.1 cents for forward og. I will a so attend to the buying of goods mer order. Very respectfully, yours, &c. G. WALKER. Iambir Angust 2, I943.r Au ust 9 6tn 2& DR. CHLAMPION'S Vegetable Ague Medicine, AN Sali- ;ntd certin cme fir the Chills and Fever in ail its ciomplicaoted f orms;also an ltecovrtet retmedy bor fes era of every descripmtion. This *tle.dician hass hbeen used by the propri tor a ittmiber of years ini extensive practice., urinig ni hich time, lie has treteud some thou. andscl of cases of fevers and fronm th4success t his mnode of practice, lie is conifiderW it mast tid wdll be the pirentilinig practice ini levers t ever faiis ter perfortm a cure of Chills and ecier the- FinIST DOt. -lijlniu, Tl~~iis. Kerrous,.Coagestiwe, W!' tier td Yellow 'rcer. nil yield'to the use of this i, dicine, : -are cutredl by this system'( of rntcltre in a .. . :ter time and with much more e~rtainty thtan biy nnmy other system of practice tat lhts ver been recouimmtended. - ttEFFIEL.D, Pnyette Co. Alit. lin. 19. 1842. Dr. tiamipion :-Dear'eir, I have beetn a renit favorite of Dr. Sapiangen's Pills. nnid otil last fall had not heard el yotur pills. Your go-int has left somte itt thtis cougtry, tudhhave soed itett in imy prnicitcee to a citidentilei ex lmlt anad I entn with pleasure say, timo as far as my knowledge ex'eneds, they ar'eitnnchi selpe or to any nitedicine I have used iri -ases of evere, I atm ci forcibly aiad torn 1|rsontal tniow ehge cotnvinced eot the slautry .tnd alt nportanit effects of your pills, that 1 a1m ex 'emtely antxionts to hnave yon tmake tdu agetit int isvicinuity. Trhere can be at large atmout >4d here for cash. Yonrs truly. H-. P. LEONARD, M, D." | DAr~rAs Co., A la., A pril 4. 1843. Dr. Chiauipion :-Dear sir,-Of tlte pills -ichi I received frotiiyou, I have found sale . ar a considerable qtoptttity. I thiik that it dtI be sickly-here ini conequee of the wet 1 3rinmg. Your pills give suich genieral satisfac-i ott -l .re, that 1 a persaded by mty neigh rus t, wrie toz yout for It large supply oif both ind.' It is no(w kntowut that I keep theust, tid poeople wvill come 30 or 4) itiles fear thtetn. te'.se send themt smoti, as I expect to sell aill tat I have written for by the time your agent artton int July. Yours with much respect, -J3ENAIJAH KING. Each box contains 24 pills,' 12 of which are. ofliocient tycure any ordinary case of Chtills id Fever. Price -1 25. and DRI. CIIAIUPION'S EGETtA Bilt, A.? Tt-Bi 140105. A NTt DYSPEP Tu i ttRiFYJNG Aai CATUzARtTtC PtLs, assessing four important properties. for the ire of diseases.cearefuidly and correedly comibined. ie artidle Io assist the infect of another,' for the izyfa of the lhea lilh of manzkinrd. Tids tttedicine is recommttenderd to the atten aim ,of itoseiifllicted with Liver Contipluint, ryejpesa, Dropsy. Bfilliotns habits, Co-tive- 2 s, Chmerlera miorbims. Rhetinlttisni, Scrofula, l Stmacht. iepiraved appetite, Wormil/Con algea, [which is knoawn by a sinkinig eesa ui itt the pit of thte stomanch.]Juundice, Hlend te antd sick stomaiuch, palpitatiotn of' the heart, 'inrhta, D~ysetntery, or Iltux, Nervous affee it Heart burn, Wh~lite ewellintg, nuii all nse diseases arisitng front imptture bliho,d. Price 25 cts. per box, antd for sale by ,FRAZIER & ADDISON, S -Edgefdd C. H.. S. C.-: RISILEY & CO. Hamburg, ,. C. d -- IrAVILAND, RISLEY, & CO. - * Augustau, Geo. Alsoin neatly all of thietowntsand villages, i by ontmerous cinitry agents in-all the lestern and Southerti States. June2 6m 22 A PUBLIC. BLESSIG. UHESEPILLShaveingbeen.kno 'and appreciated,- for ~ their extraordin end nniediate powers of restoring pert t scalith to persons suffering under neaul syder ' uind of disease to which the human frames \ iable. They are particularly recomweimded'to oIl those persons who are afflicted with'anytistid Ufa f ra w or lingering~compii-nt, as thera-se io medicine before-the public. which. b .s saturil and happy effect upon'tie systela im -orrecting tie stomach and (liver, ard '6the t| 'ot mation of healthy chyle and thereby p raf 1 ay the blood. They are acknowledg' d by the hlnrirsa nd housands who 'are ueing them,;to-brUbt.oaly. Ie .most. mild and Aleasant in their opgution, rot the most pertectl3 innocent, safe and etili ient medicine e ver offered to the public. rhose who once make a irial of thesePills, 1ever afterw:aids feel walling. to be without hei, and call again aiid again for more, which a sutlicitent pa oof of their good qnalities.m t HEADACHE-SICK OR NERVOU fi-. Those who have suffered and are weary of mtferimg ith this distressing complaint, will fnd Spe ner's Vegetable Patti a remedy at once arta'.n nd imwaadiate in its effects. One sin tle dose of thePalls, taken soon al' floe eld= Ro.che is felt coming ali, will cute it in oneihlf hour entirely. - - - As a remedy iin suimer and bowil complaisats they display their wonderful powenyto ad ii ration, and are far superior toti 'i in use for these complaiats. In Dyspepsia and Liver Cpmplait,tbey - unrivalled. lauy have. been .cured in a. weeks. after having suffered under thedp fiul complaint fot years. In Habitual costivenss they are decidedly superior to any Vevetable Pill ever brought be, fore the public ; and one 25 cent bout w'l e tablish their surprising virtues. an,place them, beyond the reach of doubt in.the eatiination:or every individual. They are invaluable in nervous and hype chundriacal iaffuections. los of appetite, and complaints to which females alone.aresubject They are iild in their action, and convey, nhinost immediate .conviction of their ultility from the first dose. They may be takn iy. persons otaany age ; and the feeble.theinfirua the nervous and delicate- are strengthened by their operaiiona. because they elemarlhe systept of bad huuors. quiet nervous irritability, and invariably produce sound health.. U pwards of thrce hundred anil 'cusyjtdost,. sund bozes of these anestiuable I ilhIhav.e beea tuld withsin th~e last twelve tontlas is three States alone. and more than three timer .the. samequsuunty in other Status. . . As an anti bilious medicine, no family should: be without them. A single trial of them, is more satisfactory than a thousand certificates. Talladega Springs, Tatladeg. C.. Ala. - Angaust 17,-1842. - This is to certify, that-I have been .afiitedi with Sick Headache, Dyspepsia and.Liver Complains, and Costiveness for.the last :eight' or nine years. during which time I- had taken, as wellas I recolleet,abutt sixty boxesof Beck with's Pills, twelve boxes of Peter's Pills, andt a number of hoxes of Champion's and.-Brin dreth's Pills, all of which afforded me batltitle or no relief. At last I was recommendedto tay' Dr. Spencer's Vegetjve Pillsand well I'dlp lnr-I never had hat- n e attack of':th-eSieki lleahache after I commenced taking the Pills,; (now about six months,) and I candidly -con.' rea, that I have derived more real benefit from. the use of Spencer's Pills, than from all 'the' )ther Medicines and Pills -that I hays' ever laken, and I wpuld earnestly re-commend then -- to all as bein -itn my opinion, theiiest medi. :ine in use for all lingering .complaints; - The Pills have dime me so much good, that' ?k would not feel willing- to be without them for Five dollars a box;. and I canot but feel very grateful to Dr tSencer for having' prepared imch a valnable medicinse, and the distribution af it is consferring a very great favor on the' pusblic, at it is a thing of the utmostimiportance lout every family should have a supply of Dr: Specncer's truly valuable Pills conistanstly oor lansd. .,- ISAAC M. THOMAS.A Price,25 cents per box, with full directions. For sale by HJAVILAND, RISLEY'& CO.. . Augusta, Georgia2 .D.TIIBBETrs, Edgefield Conr- House Dr. WV. W. GEIGER, Cherohie Pondsr - Aug 16 . an 29 CERTAIN and efrectual cure for Agte and Fever ;-also tised susccessfully in the reaatmenrt of Bilious Fevergliantsea, General )hilihty. andi Ne'rvous Weliness.... The msoast fattering recomniensdattins of this Iledicine have beeni received from-manyaemi, sent Physicians autd others .who have used it. 'ind it is paramiis~:fhat no-.wedicine has.. evert me ed n.wJjj action has -been snore :beutefl ial, phssant dtu insvigorating, anydcalled forda ~rom aiflicted sfrfererssch espl'essios.of te t gratitude and . askfnlnessa. Persons ~ akinsg the Pil's, snons -fithe.mselv.est:relieved -:Chaill broken ! Fever gone il Stomachand Isaai free anid healhfiil!!! -Stre~aljb sit ap setite inucreaing an.d . imaproving.:and alleiner enss weakness fled. ,. . ., . - .. Wheat .taken according to. the direedits ac, ompanruyiasg them, they never fail ito.ctahtiut Jhilt nand Fever ilhe first dauy,,Ami never, a hei sto'msabdr operate aupo thbp~ls. Their aeion upon tiie whole .system uiaso hrmsiung. that persons areinsvvi-ibly surpgiiesd nit pleased with their''rapid and comnptste e(stosration' to health. ,. ., . . .. ., The Pills are pourely and.sohely Vegetab'e ; nsdtheo happy~combitnation of the.,.ngreadipuais Lnd their prop'rtionss are snchs sa to psoduce a asedicine whsich never fails to relieve: whena chief is at all attainahte. Each biorcontainss 20 doses of litlag-Price )ioe Dollar. For sale lay - HAVILA ND, RISLEY &r CO.. Agente,.AupsaGeorgia.,, J. D. T IB T S, ~. Edgefieldi Untart H-ouse. ' Dr. WI. W. GEIGER, o-Cherokes Pouads. ,Ang. 16e .n .m .29 Sytte of South, Cairolina. ABBE VILLAXDSTRfCuT. 'IN THlE COMMNON PLEAS. . rnnceis A. Consner, vs ALihment. nsGeusrge Gonner. -. Debt. ~- H E said 1~Paiti having filed his de Ilaaationa in my oice against, the .said. )efendmunt. who is without the limits of.the urnto-: Ordered, that the said .Defendant oslappear and pleatd thereto,- withait-a year uad a day, from the filing of the sank~, therwise final judgtnent wvilbe aw arded gasinst hiom. . * J. -F. L IVINGSTON, c. c, p. Clerk's Office. Dec 9, 18.49 sq 46