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S-HERIFF'S SALE. B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri-Fa. cias; I- vill proceed to sell at Edge field Court House, on the first Moaday.and Tuesday in December next, the following property : Teague & Jennings vs George Hancock; John Briggs vs the same; the sane vs the same;'.Ebenezer Cbainberlaiu vs the samei James Tompkins vs the same and Samuel Butler, ninety-six acres of land, more or less, adjojning landsof Samuel Butler, and others, one negro uian, Jack, and two hor aes,-the property of George Hancock. ..James Sheppard, Indorsee, vs Jehu Mouchet, Edward Atcheson, and. George Henderson, one hundred and fifty acres of land, more or less..adjoining -lands former ly owned by George Henderson, the pro pertv of Jebu Mouchet, : John Lake, for another, vs George Hen derson,. Joseph Morris, and Edward Atche son, one hundred and- sixty-two and an half acres, :more or less, adjoining lands of James Morris and others. Anicus'Tuckervs Saml. Butler; Parks &Barker vs the same,ninety acres of land, - more or less, .adjoining and others, alki one -egro man, Jim, -Thomas W. Morton vs Jehn Monchet, 1 W. Thomas, and Pleasant Searles, two hundred acres of land, more or less, where defendant Mouchet lives, adjoining lands of Perry Holloway, and others. Cothrou & Sproul vs George Steifel, one hundred acres of land, more or less, adjoining lands of John Briskey, & others. The Executor of William M1. Butler vs -Martin Posey, John M. Randall, and Ro bert M. Holsonback, two hundred acres of land, more or less, adjoining lands of A. B. Addison, and others, the property of John M. Randall.; also, five hundred acres of land, more or less, where Robert M. Holsenback lives, adjoining John M. Ran dall, and-others. W. W. Geiger vs James Wheeler,twen ty-seven acres of land, more or less, ad joining :ands of John Huiet, and others. John F. Burns vs Wm. T. Bird ; Levi G. Holloway vs the same, and Hezekiah Strom, the tract of one hundred and twen ty-cight acres of laud, more or less, lying on both sides of Turkey Creek, where de - ofndant lived in the year 1842, adjoining lands of John F. Burns,- Sarah C. loor, and-others. James H. Spillman, for George Parrott, vs John Pierce, Wm. Wier, and Jos. J. Kennedy, sixty acres of land, more or leas, adjoining lands of A. J. Rambo, and oth ers, the property of. Wm. Wier. Minor W. Gracey vs Wm. Bridges, and B: T. Moore, adm'rs., of Sam'l. Moore, - dee'd..; Benjamin M. Gray vs the same ; Joseph Ethridge, for John Jennings, senr., vs the- same; V.-V. S. Austin vs the same; John Jennings sear. vs the same, eight hundred acres of land, more or less; adjoin ing lands of Jacob Long, Sti8, and Caleb lnaboet, the property of Samuel Moore, deceased. John Dora, jr., bearer; vs John Dust, and H. J. Kemp, five hundred acres of land, more or less, where defendant Dust lives, adjoining lands of A. R. Falkner, John B. Roundtree, and others. - Penn & Brannon. vs Jeoh Mouchet; Wade Cowan, br., vs the same, the tract of land vvhere defendant lives, containing two. hundred.acres, more or less. William Crozier vs William Myer, the House and Lot in the town of Hamburg, where defendant lives. . Wesley Phillips vs Amos R. Falkner; tlle same vs-the same ; the ~same vs the same; James Dorn vs the same, three hundred and twelve acres of land, more or less-, known as the Red tract, adjoining - lands of H. J. Kemp, Ransom Holloway, and others. - - Brannon & Mundy, brs. vs Rebecca Bdgg,. and Edward-Settle, -one hundred acres of land, more or less, whbere defen -dant R. Bugg lives, adjoining lands of Margaret Ogilvie, and others. - -J. Terry, Adm'r. of Mary Elam vs E. * ~ W. Wplch, F.- -Wood, and John Hill, two negroes, --iz. Solomon and Charles, "the properly ofE- W. Welch; also, one tract ol landt, the property of F.. Wood, contain ing one hundredl and .fifty acres, adjoining Win. Brunson, and others. The Executors of Casper Nail vs Thom as-Rowell, the tract of land where defen dant lives. - John Evans vs B. F. McDonald, the defendant's interest in a House and Lot inrthe town of Hamburg, known as lot No. 14,-on Market street, bounded ou thie north by Mercer street, east by lot No. 13. Fort, Townsend, & Mendenhall, vs Pow G. Caton, & Co., eight negroes, viz. Celia. George. Crocket,. Delia, Harriet, -Atminett, Epherson -ad Shadrack. Samuel Stevensand'Ephraiun Andrews, - s Win. WagnergonehAundred acres -of - - - lane inore ories,adjoining landsof B. Aitoa,Joshua Harsr apd dthers, also four negroes. Sam, Anna, ggy &infant child. --Charles Lamar ve dterling:Powell, and James Poweell, .tha iract where defendant Jawes Powell lives -adjoining land of Ja cokr Wise, and others. Dawson A tkinson vs Martha Prior, se ensty acres of land,-more or less, adjoining lands of T. Pryor, and landswr the estate oJohnj. Gray.anid others. William J. Owens vs Charles Lamar ; Bland & Botler vs the same;. N.-L,. Grif fin- vs the same and Lewis Elizey.; Win. *J. Harley vs the same, ereenutor. of Cary ; Jame-Pervis, br., vs the samne, -one House - and Lot in. the town of Hamliurg, known as theim~erican Hotel, oceupied at pre sent by R.Riziiter ;,also, two thodasand aesfind; fads~Up of two -different r tracts: adjoiiigeticligher, where defen danr'lives. ? -- -- E. 0. Robertson,"for the -use of DA D. Iarvinis Samuel-Smith; B. F. Gonedy, - G.%the same, three hundred acres of land, more or less, adjoining lads of Ben ry Evans, and other. .Johd Garner-vs George Garner, Cothran - &r Sproul vs the same, one hundred acres latd,. more or less, adjoining lands of - ChiislgpherWorthington, and others. Henri3effr.r vsjJos, -W.Glover, W. Glover vsrtbe samet G. L. & E -Penn & Co...s the same, a tractof land called No. 3, *bera defendant lived the yer182 adjoiining lands of. BR..: Tid'man, and cibers;.also, three neagoes, A-bam, bnh aad Joe, and three head ofhose a John C. Moore'vsJemes Golet d ohnirapp, four huindred and thi qa Joining James Mathewsr oha- woIem=, and others. -.J. - 'Oliver Towles, .Oixfiaryi's Jos.Jay.. aid Jesse Jay, iftes of Jecse Jay, dec'd. one huidred cres of. labd,qitore or less; adjoining. lands of Col. JohnKHuiet, 'Alsey Mobley,.Jesse Jay, and othersinowa as the tract of iand whereon tlie widow of Jesse Jay unwlites Samuel F. Goode, indorsee, Goorge Sadler, three negroes Clarissa, Amp, and Harriet,..aisAy n -Brannon &'Anderson's H. M" Hicks, four hundred acres of land, -more or less, adjoining lands of John- Tomipkins, -ind others. Alexander Sbarpton,.vs Abel Sbarpton, the defendant's 'interestida sixty -acres- of land; more or less, where Elizabeth -i:i= crease lived uplto the time .f -her death, adjoining lands of Wm. .HowIe, senr., and others. A. W. Burt-vs Caleb Broadwrter; E. B.-Presley vs the same; Samuel ', Ful -ler vs the same, one hundred andfifty.acres of land, Imare or less, adjoining lan'da of Williaw:Garrott, and others. Alexander Sharpton vs'P. P. Doolittle, 100 acres of land, more. or less, adjoining lands of Wm; Garrett, and others. Alexander Shnrpton vs Lewis Murrah, one hundred acres of land, more or less, adjoiningilands of P. P. Doolittle, & others. 'Wm. & Mary Strom, adm'rs. vs Ed .mund Boyd,.the tract of land where defen dunt lives, containing' four hundred .acres, more or less, adjoining lands of John F. Burns, Wm. Strom, and others. Lewis Elizey, br. vs Mary Ann Fisher, and John Fisher, one lotof land, contain ing four and na half acres, more or less, adjoining John Walker and iotlers. Wm. B. Dorn, for A. Burt vs Abner White, 'and Win, B. White, the tract of land where defendant lives. Thomas Reynolds vs William Rogers, five hundred acres of land. more or less, where defendant lives, adjoining James Rogers, and others. Cadaway Clark vs Isaac Herring, one hundred and ifty acres of land, more or less, adjoining John inlow, and others. R. U. Bouknight vs Abram E. Moore, John H. Moore, and Allen Griffith, two hundred and forty-four acres of land, more. or less, adjoining lands of Ephraim Shea ly, R. T. Moore, and others. James Dorn vs Thomas J. Hamilton; Benjamin P. Lockwood vs the same, the tract of land where defendant lives, idjoin ing John Hargrove, and others. Tillman Watson, & Stanmore Watson, adm'rs. vs Caleb Reese,. Arter Smith, and Sampson-Cates, one brown bay horse, and one bay filly. David Richardson vs Drewry Hearn, two negroes, Delia, and Allen. John Cothran, survivor, vs Elizabeth McMillan, the defendant's interest in the tract of land where she lives, containing two hundred-acres, more or less, adjoining. lands of John Trapp, and others. Jnbn'Cotbran, survivor, vs. James Mc Millan, the defendant's interest in the tract of laud where Elizabeth .McMillan lives, adjoining John Trapp and others. R. T. Moore, and Win. Bridges vs G. W. Yarborough, one hundred -and fifty four acres'of land, more or less, adjoining Uriah Inabnet, and others, known as the place where defendant lived the year of 1842. Minor W. Gracy, and Mourning Gracy vs Cary Patterson, one hundred and forty acres of land, more or less, adjoining lands of John M. White, and others. V. V. S. Austin vs A. E. Moore, two hundred and forty four acres of laud, more or lees, adjoining R. T. Moore, WVilson Shealy, and others. John S. Smyley vs Rolin Rhodes, and Jumes Goleman, one hundred and fifty acres of landl, more or less, where defen dant Rhodes lives, adjoining James Gole man, and others. John Jennings vs Charles Bugg, and Wade Culbreath, two horses. Perry & Nicholson vs E. Walton, one negro Delila.. Wade Glover vs John Scealy, the tract of land whbere defendant lives, lying on Big Horse Creek. Goodwin, Harrington, & Co. vs John Rocbell; Cof'ey & Dawson v-s the same, one black horse. Cothran & Sproul vs Thoinas Berry, one hundred acres of land, more or less, adjoining lands of John Rogers, & others. . Wm Bnssey, adm'r., vs Amos Bush, three hundred acres of land, more or less, djoining G. Bussey, and others, also, thirteen negroes, vis. Betty, H arry, Ben, sary, Harriet, Sam, Jim, Sarah, Phillis, Charles, Emily, Fan, and Dick, and four horses. J. D. Crane & Co. vs Rudolph Car ter ;. various other plaintitfs vs the same. fve thousand acres of land,- more or less, were~ defendant lives, adjoining John Wise, and others; also, two negroes, Jack, ad Dick. Jesse Kent vs John Sturgenegger, the tract of land where defendant lives. ndi joining Charles Lamar, D. Rountree, and othere. George Bussey, and others vs Ember son Bussey Ex'r., the tract of land where E- Bussey lives. Oliver Simpson, adm'r. vs Ann Hull, adm'cx.; S. D. Clarke & Co. vs the aatne; Amiory Sibley vs the same; Win. -Spires vs the same; Oliver Simpson vs the same; Mary Carroll vs the same, one House and Lot in-the town of Hamburg, on .Centre street, at present occupied by W. P. Delph, as a store house. - David -Denny vs E, Whittle,.6ifty acres of land, more or less, adjoining land of Z. Miller. Wilan;m. Attaway vs Jesse B. Chris a;J.Norton, & Smith, vs the same, two Negroes, viz; Aggy, and Caroline. * C.M. Furmnan vs H. W. Sullivan, three Negroes, Mary, and her. two children. Sarah Traylor vs John' Moseley;. Corn niissioner in Equity vs the sanne,: four Negroes, viz: Sam, Jeff, Aaron, and Nai than. Csh S. CHRISTIE, s.' E. D Novernber 15 . St3 42 . 'S. BROOKS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offie o oste r. ompfs otel, Edge September 6) tf 32 iMagistrates Blanks,. - F.-On SALrE AT TmIsoFFImE 4'. State of South Carolina NDGEFIELD DISIRi1CT. '3oseph'-Woods, -- - to Foreclosure of Peck & Dearing. Mortgage. BY au Order rrorm A. P. Butlr, one of ihe Associate Judges of said State. I shall proceed to sell at Edgefield. Court House, on the first Monday in December 'next, in the above-stated case, th'e follow ing property. viz: all that lot or parcel of land lying-and being in the town of Ham burg, in the district aforesaid, on Coving ton street, running back one hundred and 'eighteen feet, frontitna two hundred and thirty feeet, made up of four original lots, No. 323, 324, 325.and 326, where Joseph Woods formerly lived. Also. one other lot onjMarket-street, No. 56, fronting 47 feet; more or -less. Also, one other lot or parcel of Land on Market street, frontina forty-seven feet, running back two hun dred feet, to Mercer street, said to be No. 58. The above property was sold on tle first Monday in May, on a credit of five months. and is now offered fur sale, under the a. foresaid order of the Court, at the risk of the former purchasers, who have failed to comply with the terms of sale. Terms Cash. S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D. Nov. 16, 1843 $4 50 3t42 State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. Thomas J. Hamilton, To . ' Foreclosure John B. Hamilton and of Mortgage Joseph Cosnaham. ) BYVirtue of a Mortgage in the above stated case, I shall proceed to sell, at Edgefield Court House, on the first Min day in December next, tro negroes, viz: Leak and Prissilla. Terms Cash. S. CHRISTIE, s. E. D. Nov. 15 (S1 50) 3t 42 State or South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. William Mier, et. al. vs. - Attachment. Henry Dennis. - Y An order from the Court of Com mon Pleas, in the above stated case, I shall proceed to sell, at the Edgefield Court House, on the first Monday and Tuesday in December next, the following properly, viz: Three bags of Coffee. three stands of Coffee, 25 bundles of Factory thread. two pieces of boxes of Tobacco, and vari ons other articles.not mentioned. Terms, Cash: S.- CHRISTIE, S. E. D. Nov. 15 $225 31 42 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. The Trustees of the Edgefield Village Academy, vs. Wtn J. Wightman, John Bausket , and others.-Bil for Fore closure of Mortgage. 1N OTICE is hereby given, that by vir tue of an Order front Court of Equi ty, I shall offer for sale,-to the highest bid der, at Edgefield Court House, on the first Monday in. December next, the Real Es tate of the late John Moore, deceased, or so much thereof as will satisfy the debts due to Plaintiffs, secured by a Mortgage of the following tracts of land, situate in the District and State aforesaid, viz: The Key tract, containing eight hun dred 800) acres, more or less, on Mill and Stevens' Creek, adjoining lands of Johni Sullivan and others. The Quarles' tract. containing one hun dred (100) acres, more or less, adjoining the Key tract, and other lands of the said John Moore. The Williams' tract, containing seven ty-five (75$) acres, more or less, adjoining the Key tract, and other lands of the said Jothn Moore. The tract on which the said John Moore lived at his death, containing eight hun dred (600) acres, mote or less, atdjoining lands of Getsen and others. A Pine land tract, conitaining four hun dred (400) acres, more or less, adjoining lands lately owned by Benjamin R. Till man and others, at the head of Sweet Water Branch, a branch of the Savannah River. And a large body ,,f land, em bracing several parcels, on Savannah Re ver, near Bull Sluice, containing one thou sand (1000) acres, more or less, adjoining lands of liavid Bunch, James Vann anal others. Terms--The said lands to be sold on the following terms: the-sunm of five hun bred dollars, andl costs and expenses of this suit, to be paid in cash; and the balance on a credit of twelve months. Title to be signed, but niot delivered, until the pur hase money is paid ;rud if the purchase money be not paid when due, the said lands to be resold for cash, at the risk of the former -purchaser. . Possession to be given on the first day of January next. J. TER RY, C. E. F. I). Commiseioner's Ojice, Nov 3, 1843. 89 681 41 State of South ( arolinia, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. William Wilson, ) v. . BWl for Parjition. Elizabeth Todd. &. al.. - . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that bv .order of the Court of Equity, I wilt sell to the highest bidder,ait Edgefield Cottrt Houase. on the first Monday in Decembter next. the real estate of James Wilson, dee'd., situate in the District 'and State aforesaid, 0on the waters of Ninety-Six Creek,. containing one thoutsand ac~res, more or less, part of it adjoininig lands of Charles Cat ter, Reuben Coope~r, andl others, anml part of it being the tractof seven hundred acres, more or less, jgranted in 1813. to James IlcCracksen~, Executor:.of said Wdlson, then bounde by lands of Alexander Travis, Charles Cooper, and others; in five separate tracts ac cordtng to plots of reaurvey, whticht will be ex hibited on the day of sale. ota a credit of otne and two years, the seednd payment to bear in - teret after twelve mionths from the day of sale, exeptthecosts, whtich must by be paid itt cash; 'the purchasers to give bonds atnd persoal secu rity, and-mortgages of the premises to secure the purshase money. H.A. JONES, c. z. A. D. Abbeville C. H. Com'rs Office. Nov. 2. 1843. Ny-;2 ($4 84j) 4t 41 0'Thae fries of George 'POPE, -Esqr., annonee him as a candidate for re-election, to the Office of Clerk of the Court of this District. Man - tf 14 Notice. AN ELECTION for Sheriff and Ordinary of Edgefleld District, will be held on the second Monday in January next and the day following, at the following places of election in said Distriet,viz: Longmires. Dunton's. Moore's. Mosley's, Rochell's, Parks', Red Hill. Howard's,-Col lier's, Cloud's, Pine House. Iamburg, Beach Island, Powell's Randall's Bonlware's, Court House, Ridge. Long's, Mount Willing, Per ry's, Coleman's. Richardson's, Christie's, Al len's. Smyley's, Sheppard's, and Dorn's. ' The Managers will meet at Edgefield Court House on the day following, (Wednesday,) count the votes and declare the electien. GEO. POPE, c. c P. Edgefield C. H. Clerk's Office. Oct. 30, 1843. Nov. 1 lot 40 Totice. N Monday the 27tn November next, will be sold at the premises, all that valuable tract of land,.situated and lying on Ilardlabor Creek, and well known by the name of White hall The said place contains one thou.sand and sixty (1060) acres, five hundred (500) acre of which-are in a state of nature, and anfirds an abundance of timber. On the place there is a large and comnodions Dwelling, a fine Store, Doctor Shop, and every necessary out buildings, all in good repair. Whitehall may he treated for at private sale. if applyed for imn mediately. P. H. ASHE. For Mrs. Al. E. Edwards. Whitehall, Abbeville, Oct :s, is 37 Notice. T HE Subscriber wishr to sell. at priva:e sale, his crop or -,rn, Fodder. &c., together with his stock of Hogs and Cattle; his Farming Utensils, and Household & Kitch en Furniture. He will rent his Plantation, which contains about 300 acres of land, of which about 75 or 100 acres are cleared, with a good dwelling and other outhouses. He wishes to obtain a situation as Overseer, for the next year. Persons wishing to purchase any of the arti cles I have to dispose of. or to rent the plant. tion. can apply to me, living in the Fork of Edisto, near John Lott's. on the road to Aiken JAMES TEMPLE. Oct 18 8t 38 Notice. ALL persons having demands against the estate of John Turner, late of this Dis trict, dec'd., ate requested to hand them in pio perly attested. accotdingtn law, and all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. A. SHARPTON. Exeentor. Nov.8 if 41 NOTICE, LL persons having demands against the estate of Charles Nix, are requested to present them in dne form to the subscribers. and those indebted to the said estate are requir ed to make payment without delay. EBENEZER CHAMBERLAIN. WILLIAM ROBERTSON. - Administrators. Nov. 6, 1843. tf 41 Notice. I Will sell, at my residence, on the 15th of Novenber next. eight hundred acres of innd, belonging to the Estate ..t Robert Jen nings, deceased. TABITHA JENNINGS, Surviving Execuiz. Oct 7 6t * 37 Final Notice. A LL Persons indebted to the Subscriber, on Notes and Accouints, due in my old business. which expired the 1st January, 1843. are hereby notified that longer indttlnence can not be given. E B. PRESLEY. Edgefield, Oct 10, 1843 tf 37 .Wotice. A LL persons inlelted for work done at the Saw hl ill, are requested to come forward and settle their accon nts for the-year 1842, eith er by note or othetwise; and those having de mands aga inst the estate of Jesse S wearenugen,. dec'd., are re-quested to hand in their accounts, piroperly attested. JAM1ES SWEARENGEN October 1 9 t f 38 State ofS(,t b C UaPolinla. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. Exparte, Petition to substi. Dawson Atkinson & wife, tuae a Trustce. O N hearing the pietition in this case, on motion of Mr. llaanskett, Solicitor for pa tiuioner, Ordered, that a Itule he published mn the above case fotr three months, in somte pith he Gazette of this State, requiring the said Janfles Bowers, the Trnstee named in the will of Casper Nail, 8enr.. osf the legacy beqininth edl to the petitioner .l aria A ;kiusoni. to shiew cause, i3 lye has, why the prayer of the petitioner shionid not be granited, by i.-stimi tihng Dr. Willi;.m M. unrt, Trustee, in the -,ta 1r she .muid .Jauws Bohwers, of the. -aid 3Ma ria Atkitnson, and that in detitnlt ofcauise being shiewn. within ii hree mtonuths fronm the first pith ic-ation of' this Rule, an order pro confesso be entered against him. J.JOHNSON. 8th June, 1843. CoatsrsinNER's OFFIcE, September 8, 1843. I certify that the above is a trite cop~y of the original Order of Court, itn this case, taken from the miniutes. J. TERRY, c. E. E D. September 13 3m 33 Notice. ALL persons huaviing demands against the estate of' Elizabeth Garrett, dec'd., are requested to preseiit thieii in due form to the sub~seribeir, anid thouse inidebtedl to the said es tate are hereby required to make payment with outdely. THOMAS GARRETT, Novr. I5 - 4u142 Nonice. A L Persons inidebted to the subscribers by note or acontt duit the first of January 1843, tire reqoested tn come TForward and pay up. as lunger indutlgenice canniot i e given. FRAZIER & ADDISON. No.. f~ 40 Domser .Pranure .Ilelhod. UB8SCRIBERS who are awaitinig the ap ~pearance of the new editin of this method, tire informeid that it i'. now in press and will be out in ti Few dlays, when their orders will be immediately filled. ABBIETT & CO. ~Baltimore. Oct. 18. 3roriao40 Notice I S HEREBY G[IEN, that applica cation will be made int the ensninagisla ture. for the Incorpborattion of the Methodist Protestant Muounit Zion Church. in Abbeville District. - WM. H. KIRKPATRIC.K, Pres. Board Trustees. August 24 3mn.31 - 0?W The frieunds of JIqjer T. G. BA CON. announce hin- as a candidate for the Office of Clerk of the Couart, of Edge field District. ,m..r.ti State of South CUarolina. EDGEFIELD- DISTRICT . . IN CHANCERY. The Hon. Bayles J. Earle. Ex'or. of James B. Mays, Bill for Vs. Relief Rhydon G. Mays. & Dannett H Mays. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Con inissioner, that Dannett'H. Mays, one of the Defendant's, resides without the limits of this State. On motion, by Memminger, com plainants Solicitor, Ordered. that the said Dan .nett H. do plead. answer, or demur. to the complainant's Bill, within three moniharfrom the publication hereof, or the said Bill-will be taken pro confesso against him. J. TERRY. c. a E. D. Commissioner's Office, Oct. 23, 1843. Nov.1 3m 40 State of' South' ('arolina ' EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN THE COURT OF ORDINRY. Charles UI. Dagnal & wife. Applicants, vs. - William Chadwick, & others. Defend'ts. IT appearing to my satisfactions, that William Chadwick, Elias Chadwick, Jame-s Chad wick, John Chadwick, Elizabeth Chadwick, Nncy Chadwick, John Oden, Ehas Oden, George Oden, Washington Blair and his wife Martha, resides without the limits ofthis State. j It is irdered, that they do appear and object to the division and safe of the real estate of Thom as Howle, dec'd., on or befiore 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. .3m 38 DR. CHAMPION'S Vegetable Ague Medicine A Safe and certain cre for the Chills and Fever in all its complicated-forms,alsoan effectual remedy for fevers of every description. This Medicine has been used by the propri etor a number of years in extensive pracuce during which time, he has treated some thou sands of cases of fevers and from the success of this mode of practice. he is confident it must, and will be the prevailing practice in fevers. It never fails to perforni a cure of Chills and. Fever the FIRST DAT. Bilious, Typhus, Nervous, Congestive, I'inter and Yellow 'ecer, all yield to the use of this Medicine, r + are cured-by this system of practice in a..j.ster time and with tuuch more certainty than by any other system of practice that has ever been recommended. CERTIFICATES. SHEFFILD, Fayette Co. Ala. Jan. a0, 1842. Dr. Champion :-Dear sir, I have been a great favorite of Dr. Sappington's Pills. and until last fall had not heard of your pills. Your agent has left some in this country, and I have used them in my practice to a considerable.ex tent, and I can with pleasure say, that as farmas my knowledge extenda, they are much supe rior to any medicine I have used in -cases of Feyers. I am so forcibly and ,rom persor.ntl knowledge convinced of the salutary and all important effects of your pills, that I am ex tremuely anxious to have you make an agent in this vicinity. There can be a large amount 'sold here for cash. Yours truly - H. P. LEONARD, M, D. DALLAS Co., Ala., April 4, 1843. Dr. Champion:-Dear sir,-Of- the' pills which I received front you, I have found safe for a considerable quantity. I think that 'it will he sickly here in consequence of the wet spring Your pills give such general satisfac tion here. that I am persuaded by my neigh-' bors to write to you for a large supply of both. kinds. It is now known that I keep them, and people will come 30 or 40 miles for them. Please send them soon, as I expect to sell all that I have written for by the time your agent is around in July. - - Yours with much respect, - - BENAIJAH KING. Each box contains 24 pills, J~2 of which are stuflicie'nt to curme arty ordinary case of Chills arnd Fever. Price '$1 2.5, arid -A LSO DR. CUA MPION'!!' VEGEIrABLE. ANTI-BtLJIU5, ANTE DY9PEP TIC PURtIFYJNGt AND CATHARTIC PILLa Possessing four important properties, for the cure of discasescareflly and correetly comb i ned, one article to assist the efe~ct of another, for the benefit of lte health of msankind. This medicine is recomminended to the atten tinr of those afflicted with Liver Comnplaint, Dyspue1sia, Dropsy. ltillionts habits, Costive ness, Cholera mnorhuts. Rheurmatism, Scrofula, toni S tomaich, 'epraved apipetite, Worms, Con diarlgent. [which is knaown by a siinking sensa lion at thte pit of thre stomiachi.]Janndice, H ead che andm sick stormach, palputaution ot' the heart, Diarhrca, Dyserntcry. or flux, Nervous affee-. nion Heart burrn. Whito swelling, arnd all those diseauses arising fromr impnre balood. Price 25 ets. tper hox, arid for sale by FRAZIER & ADDIMON, Edgefleld C. H., S. C. RIS LEY & CO. Hambuarg, S. C. HAYILAND, RISLEY, & CO. Augusla, Gee. Also, in nearly all of thme towns and villages, and by nrumerutns cennntry agents in all the Western arnd Soutthern States. June 28 , 6m 22 State of' South Carolina.' EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN THE COMMON P'LEAS. Philip H. Manrtz,) vs Foreign Altachmaent. B. M. Duvall. T H E Plaintiff having this day filed his De clatation in my office, and the Defend a having nto wife or attorney known to bd within the State, on whom a copy of the same. with a rule to plead could be served. .It is or. dered, that the defendant plead to the said Due claratioin within a year and a day, or final and absolute judgment will be given aginist him' GEO. POPE, c. c.pr. Clerk's Office, 14th March, 1843. Mfarchr 29 'ly' 9 State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DIST1RICT. IN THE COMMOY PLEAS. Oliver Simpson,'? vs. Foreign Attachment. Middleton Belk.) r H! Plaitiff'having this day filed his deal aration in this case, ina my office, and thredlefendanthmaring no0 wileurattorney,known to lbe within this State, on wvnomaecopy of said dleclarationi, witha a rule to plead can be served. It is ordered, that the said defendant do plead to the said declaration, within a year and a dany fi-om tihe publication ot' this order, or find and absointejudgmnetw ilh beawarded against GEO . POPE, c. c. r Clerk's Offce. Edgefield C. HI. April Jo,1843 Aprh 12 * - a. ly Notice IS HEREBY.GIVEN that application .. will be made at the next Session of the Legislatore of this State, for an Act of Incorpo.' ration for the Chrche at Hlardies, commonly called :Big -Stephens' Creek. Aunust 7 -tm 2 VEGETABLE T'EVER AND A U.r A CRTAIN andefifectnal care' ro-AjtI and Fever; also used snccessfullyiathe treatment of Bilious-Fever, NIaidsea, #Geridil Debility. and Nervous Weakness. ') The uost flattering reconmendattorsofhijs Medicine have been received from manyen nent Physicians and uthors -.who hav used . And it is iresuredlhat 'o nedicite a er been psedwhose action ha beni more iil'f cial,pleasant and'iivigorai ngand'calledf-rih from afflicted slffersra' eih expressions of heartfelt gratitude and-hankfulness Personis taking the Pills, snoh 'findih'amaelves relieved -Chill broken! Fevergone! ?2Stomschand head free and healthful! !! Serenti u.anap petite increasing and improvinganti allner .tgons-weakness fled. When taken according to the directinsa = companyin. them, they never fail to cure, the Chill and lever the first day, ,and neversiclien the stoanach or operate npohtbebowels-' - Their action ipdn-thez wh'leeystemris soe charming. that persons are invariably sarprised and pleased with: their. rapid, and complete restoration to health.' The Pills are 'purely an. solely Veg i , Q, = and the happy combination of the ingediits and their proportions aresch as to -ptodiv ' medicine vhich never fails to relieve-iwhen relief is at all attainable. - Each box contains 20 doscs~of Pils-Pride One Dollar. For sale by. H AVILAND, RISLEY & CO..; A' enis,'ugusil, Georgia. J.,D.-TIBlIETS, Edgefield Couit'Hrise. Dr W W. GEIGER " Cherokee Podds Aug. 16 6m ,29 i MEENCE A PUBLIC BLESS'3:G . -.rgY _ THESE PILL$ SBveien and appreciated, for thler-ifr aisIiiry and immediate powers . e stii e - health to persms-snffering uj der dve kind or disease to which' 4J.' Jiumanfrm e liable. They are particularlyrecommendsdto - all those persona-who are aflicted iiitbauy kilnd of a c1dome or lingering complint, es theres s no medicine before the public ahidh h"iis o natural and happy, effect upon the stdir correcting the' stomach and liver"and'-to th fournation of healthy:chylesnilthereb pugifn ine the blood. --- - ": They are acknowledged bythe handredsuidlt thousunds who are using them, tobe notknly the most nild and plessant~in theiropatin but the most perfectly, imnocent,.safe and-ef cient'medicirie ever offered to theapublic. Those, who once make a'trial ofthese Plia, never "flderwards feel willitig to .be-lifeut them;and call again and again o'rfo efe shieh is sufficient proof of their good qualities. .-. HEADACHE-SICK OR NERVOS.; Those who have suftered and areweday o suffering with this distressing comptIint w l' find Spencer's.Vcgtable Pulls a remedy atone certain-and immediate in its effedtq.. One in-. gle dose of the. Pills, taken. soon:as the head ache i.s felt coming on, will cure it in da hour entirely. As a remedy in-summer and bdclcoaJ~i they display their'woriderfu poters to idmi ration, and are far superior to any thig in u ii for these-complaints. In,-Dysppita and-LierC.oiplaint they stand unrivalled. Many -have been cured ina4'sir weeks, after hayingnffered under the dread ful complaint fot.years..,, : .' I lfabitual tostieness. they -are decideti": snperior to any.Vevelablie 'Pill ever bronghtb,. fore the public ; a'nd one 25 cent box wales tablish thei surprising virtues. ani pla'ce-thei beyond the reacn of doubt inbheemation a every individual. - - -- Thiey are invaluable in nervdunsa hype chondriacal iaffections, loss of appetits, and all 'complaints to which ferniales alone are subjset.' .They are mild in their actioni, and convey - alnost immediate conviction of their ullty froim ihe firset daee. They may be taken by persons ot' any age ; and thme feeble, the ifirm, the nmervouas anddelicate are strengtheaed 'by their operaion. because they clear-the system oh' bad hinmors. quiet. nervous irritability;. and aiivariambly prodnce sound health. - , - - *U pwards o f tiree kundfred and sevenm.g thou sand boztes of these inestimable PiLihaye be sold wvithin thie lasti welv'e months in. thuse states alone, and more than three tieneli the saJmftgqiantity in -other States. ' As an anti bilious miedicine, no familysduiud be without thmm. A singlet.trial of them-is mnore sataictory than a thousand -certificates. Talladega Springs1 Talfad1egsi go. Ala. August17, .1842. This is to certify, thatf - have' been afflicted wvith Sick Heuadachie, -Dyvspepaia a'nd Liver Complaint. and Costiveness for the last'eight or nine years.during whichm time [-ha'd-taken, as wellas I recollectjabot sixty boxes of Beck. wiih's Pills, twelve liozes of;PeiEr's Pills, and -- a nunmber of boxes of Champion's and Bran-. dreth's Pills, all of which'.afforded me but litd@ or no relief. At last I was recommendedto-try Dr. Spencer's Viegetable Pills, a~dwslf ilid for [never h'ad hu't one attack-'of the"Si'c Headache afler I commenced taking thdPille (now about 'six-monthsd)andI cadidfyacinn tess, that I have derived more real benefit freom the use of Spencer'sc-Pille, than fromnal the other Mediccmes and Pills .that'1 haye ever taken, and I. would earnestly reonguiendthest to all ds being in my opinion,.- the'best did cine in use for all lingering complainats, The~ Pills have done me so much good, thit - wou1ld not fe-el willing to-bo withoat them'fory five dollars a box; and I' cannot but feel-lvery grateful to Dr Spencer.-for havihg; prepared such a valiablemedicinme, and the distrihutiori of it is conferring a- very ,great favor on. the public, as it is a thing of the ntmostimportane that every ramnily dhould have a sulply ofDr: Spencer's truly valuable Pills constantly ti hand. -ISAAC M. THOMAS~ Price,25 cents per box, with full dii'eetions. For saley by HAVJ LAND,~ RISLEY' -rCO.; Augusta,, Georgia. J' . D. TIBBETS, Edgefield Coart House. - -Dr. W. W. GEiGER, Cherokee Poads, Aug 16 . ~6mw 29 State of South Cgrolm'~ ABBEVILLE pfrrkT. IN THE COMiMON PLEAS. Francis A. Couner, ys Atiachmaent. George Conner. De.. T H E said Plaiff havidjr filed his dee, -1 laration in my office against the said Defendant. who is without the limits of the State: Ordlered, that thie aid-Defendant. do appear and ple-id thereto, within ayeae and .a; day, from the fiding: of the same. orherwise final judgmatlt willihe awarded against him. .- - . . JMF~LIVlNGSTONe~~, 'C1erk'sdifica ec 9. 182. 04 '