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On the 23'DicM 18451'iybtOe Rev.- J. M
Roberts, Major Wat.0. Tmorntesos, of Green
ville, to Miss ma1i daug'hulr of Mies. Geo.
Jones, of Wliiin . NR. C.
0 BOLTU A a Y,
On th18th.inrt-.snear Hamburg. its Edge
*field District, Mrs -Mury Carter,in the 52d
year of her age. She liad been for ninny years
an exernplary-menber of-the Baptist Church.,
When the:ionster death approached, she was
prepared to neet her Godand by a pious
resignation to his will. proclaimed to surviving
friends'th't all waswell, th't asshe had walked
with God in life, he forsook 'her not in death.
She died in full-faith and confidence of a glo
- ions inunortalty-.
In Columbia; of Typhoid lConsumption, on
the 5th inst. M r.Win. Baskin, a.Burser of the
South Carolina College, and formerly Mes
setger to the House of Representatives. His
remdiniswre-attended on their last journey,
by the tembers ofthe Masonic Lod-e', the its
depend tftder of Odd Fellows. the Faculty
and Studiuts of the South Carolina Colle-ge.
and a nutoerous retitine of friends.
MORE NEW GOODS.
J ,UST ieceived' at the NEW YoRK Cask
. iore, a fresh isoruientpf
FANCY DRY GOODS,
considingof beiutiful - fast colored Prints,
Gigngiwms Mouslin do Laines, ilpaccas, &c.
a co dassoribet of -Homespuns, Ladies and
G htleisn's Fine Shoes, very cheap. Also,
bo Suuar and Coffee, as cheai as the chenp
est. If yot want good bargarzs, cdil at the
New Yotk Cash Store, next dsor to the iil.
D. LESSING & Co.
a . 3t 5-2
ILL:be sold to the nighest bidder, at
WonayEdgefield Court louse, on the first
Alonday in February next, (in a dredit ol' one
and two years. a tract of Land, in good repair.
lying on the Martintowin Road, 'twenity 'n)iles
-above 1aiioburg. containing five 'hundred and
seven-acrs more or les. ~A Plat will he ex
bibited made by Daniel White. D. S., on the
26th September, 1842. for S. C. Scoftt.under
a %VArant. -.;.Boutded by land of John Rains.
ford and Daniel Pres-cott S-old for a division
between Robert Henderson aqld S. C. Scott
S. C. SCOTT.
January 21.; - .
ILL bi- sold to the highest biddet. a
Edgetleid Coutt lise. on the firs,
Monday insF.ebruary next. a valnable Negro
by name of PHILLIP. or a credit of twelve
n'ouths.- Sold as the property df W-in. Brown.
.. The purchaser willbe required to'give note
and aproved.,ecuilty. W 5- BROWN.
January 21 2t 52
LL aersons indebted to the Estates of Jar.
A1Beatrand Bartlett Bean, deceased, are re
qqested.tomlnke paymenit by the 10th of Feb.
ruary.next, aslonger indulgence cannot be
' : All pervoss lavirsg any demands.
against sAid Estate are requested to iresent
tbin accoi d nd to law -
eo JAMES -BEAN, Ad'nir.
January - 2f 'A-,52
LL.Perons indebted to the Estate of- H.
J Kemp, deceased. are reqested to make
ininvediate payment, as longer indulge ice will
nothe given. Ti'ise. having denatds against
said Estate are reques.ted to hand them ms.
HA NNAH J. KEMP, A Iin'x.
3anuary 21 2t 52
rLOOK AT THI"s !4
132a b'alf miles of Edgefield C. H7.,or be
~tween31e Camp~inig Gronid arnd Mr. Partlow's
Plantationi, an Accout Book, cotaitting thec
tfollowing Bank hillda.viz.: -One $50 on the Mc
-chiunics Bank ,rAugusta,. four $5-brlls of South
Carolinia.iandl $3 biut on the City Council of
Ang'nhat, 'Ga;, msakint $75. Also. the fsollow
-m '~Notes-O)e fi~riS379 ott Win Watker, 3.
Trapp 'and Dr. Thomtas Lake. due 1st oh' Jan
uary last ; onen the samtte parties for $94 50;
orneqio J. D Tibbeits, snow duo, for $173, n jit
n credit sliit 11'r' $72. Also.-asusther note on
.J. D-Thbbetts for$24.ut'yable .1st otf-Janiuary,
1847. One note on Chta'..J Glov'er-for $19
fandIj8cents,.g yen b-. Mr. Btishiiell. dne March'
-next. . One~other' note otn Wmn. Blake, living
near Green'wood, for $194 6$. Four difierenst
notes on Mr. Jas. Moore., of Abtbevill.e C. H.,
for $121 65 censts, $60 of which is new due,
the others in Marc'h next. Onie ont llezekiah
Boiwie, ivittg withins 6 nnteos -of A bbevrille, C.
U., for $l0&, whichs was due ont the 2i5th or
November last. withA.cereditof $80 otn it One
receipt for $130 worth ofl Le ather frioms Dr. T1.
Lake.- A receipt paid Mr. Walker or Ham
burg, for $40, to be sent to M r. Mit liken of
Charleston, with several other papers, the
*The -above .Book was founid by me some
years ago, and has' the name of J. Williarmson
ywrittent on the'back and iniside, and also Alfred
A . reasonable reward will be paid for' the re
ceovery of the Briok anid cotents to Dr. Wmi.
Andersontor .Alfred.Fortttte, livimg at Uors
v'ille.. Silverglade P. ()., Andersont District.
Tlepuh are hereby cantioned nsot tot-tade
2 he-above-Book and contents was the prop
. -rtyof Dr. Wni. Anderson, of A ndersosi Dis
trict. - . ALFRED FORTNE.
ZaurJ *... 52 it
State of South (Carolina.
Nancy Adams. Apican.' Summons in
-vs. Rosbert Adams arid-oths Parin
'ers, Defendants., .
BY virtue of an order from John Hill,
Esgire, Ordinar) of Edgefieldl Distit,
rI shall proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
SHouse -on the first Monday and Tuesday
in.Februagy getthe following Igmds be'
longinfg tobe Esite of'Jamies Adaums,
deceasecl'ittliin the District a foresaid,
on Eo reekwaters of.Bavatnnah river,
cod i~iTh'qeeHndred acres more or
lessa j~ing laids.of' ,Andrewv Ham
mnt'd hBritler, Wiley.Day, Josias
Laobhaidothers, sn-acredit until the
.first-of Janneary .uext, (1847.) Purceba
sers will, be required to give bond. and
good personal secuirigv and a mortgage of
the'pgnises-to .theQrdinary, -to secure
the "purchase:mpney. except the cost
which gIhe rpenited in cash.'
--.1' IJ efLAlLR:1 S. R.- D.'
B Y.irtue oi sundry 'wits of P'eri Fa
cia' to tie directed,'.i will proceed
to iell at Edgefield Court House, .on the
first Monday and .Tuesday in February
next, th, following property in the follhw
ing named cases. viz: -
F. O'Conner, vs. Johd Johnson, t wo
negro slaves, viz: Flora and Maargaret.
levied on as the property of the Delen
George Parrot and others, severally, vs.
Oliver Simpson, one Horse and Buggy.
G. L. & L. Penn & Co. and others, vs.
James D. Hamniond, oue mare and two
George Parrott, vs. Walker G. Saiauel,
Trustee, the following negro slaves, to
wit. Hanna, Judy, and Ilenry.
Richard C. Griffin and Thonas C
Gritlii, vs. A sa Fowler, Morris Fowle,.r
and Richard Hazel, one sorrel mare, the
po o, erty of the Defretidat, Morri, Fow% ler
Thumais J Dysun ano o'he-s, vs. A. G
Leek, one negro slave by the name of
Jacob Pow. vs. Davis TRusiton a-nd
James Rushton ; Mary Litle, vs. Juames
Rushton and Davis Rushion, a tract of'
land wheroon Bailey Crouch now lives,
containing One Hundred and Fifty acres
more or less, adjoining lands of Hugh
Weaver, Reuben Boukmight and ethers.
Termis of sale cash.
H. ROULW ARE. S. E. D.
Jan. 16 3te 52
&tate of' sout i aroliina,
Snsan Don and others, A- Sunmonsin
phicauts, vs. Moses Kirk
land and others, Defend'is. Partition.
BY virtue of at order from Johin Hill,
Es. Ourdinary of Edgefiehl Dis
tries. I shall proceed to sell at Edgefield
Court House oa the first Monday and
Tuesday in February next. the following
tracts of Land, situate in the District
aforesaid. lelonging Ito the Estate of.
James Don. deceased. viz: the Samd Bill I
tract, containing Ninety eight and a fourth
acres, the Home tract, containing Sixty
six and a fourth acres, and one other tract
known as the vacant tract, -containiug
Sixeeten and three fourth acres, aijoining
lands of Derrick Holsonhake, Lewib
Holmes, B. Melton, M. Kirkland and oth
ers, con a credit until the first of January
next, (1847.) Purchasers will be -e
quired to give bund with good persoual
surity and a mortgage on the premises. to
the Ordinary, to secure the purchase mo
ne'..-except the cost which will be re
quired in cash.
11. BOULWARE, S. E D.
Jan. 17 1846 tte '
BY virtue of sundry writs or Fieri Fa
cias to me directed, I shall proceed to seil
at Edgefield Court House. on the first
Monday and Tuesday in February- next,
the following property in the fillowing
named case. V
Robert Carson for R. Delaighter, vs.
Samuel D. Shultz. one negro womai
named Bridget. - Terms eash.
H. BOULW ARE. S. E. D.
State of South Carolina
T UE Estate of Samuel Stainaker. de
eeaed, being leI dereleet. I shall pao.
ceeto sell at the late residence of said deceis
sed, on Saturdny the 7th d:ty of February next
allIthe Pesonal Property of said deceasrd. con
'sitting of Stock. Household and Kitchen Fur
nit tre, some Cotton Corn and Fodder, on. a
credit tnttil the 1st day of October next.
purchasers will be reqnited to give note and
two approved sec unities
JOH N TILL, 0. E. D.
Janiuary [6 e 3t 52
ATTORNEY A2' LAW,
Has removed his office to the first floor on the
right. int the Second Story of Presley & 1Bry
an's Brick Store. Jan 21 St 52
11l E virtnes of this efficacion and chea p
. Medicine, for the cure of Consumption
and other diseases, canniot be too well known.
Very manty lives have been saved by it.-N.
Y. Mlerning Atlas.
34!yne's Elrpectorant, for Coughs, Colds, Sec.
So many people are nflicted with these comn.
mot-every day diesorders. that we deem it our
dttv. to point our readers to a simple remedy.
which we-lave tried and found efficacions
Jayne,s Expectorant is a very valutahle phial of
syrup whichi we have lately used wIth good
effect ini stopping a congh, .anid loose ming and
breaeking til a cold. Ii s a very a;;reeable
medicine. This recommendatiotn ee not a
lought puuff. btut entirely voluntary. Atnd we
feel that we can hardly do a greater faivor to
our readers in these days of heating. than, to
vecoinenid them as well tried. efficient vrme
dy, especially theose we have. used 3nreselves.
Editor of the "Lynn Record,".Mass.
Cancer. Goitre and Scorfula Cured.
Pretty ample experience has proved that
,aqne's Alteratire is a remedy for Cancer.
King's Evil, Br'onehlochele or Giuitre and Dis
eases of the Skin-which which will not fail
one timnein a hutndred of effecting a radical
cnre. it is also one ot the most pleasant and
safe articles e'ver offer'd for the relief of the
Janurity l at '
State of Sotitri Carolina.
Stanford F. Mays and Wife, grnmons
A pplicatnts es. Patsey Spikes i n
and others. Defenudats. 4 Partition.
1T appearing to my satisfaction that Patsey
ISp ikes, Widow. Anina Spikes. wife of
Wiliam Spikes, andi Suisan Skelloec, Defend
ants in the above stated ease, resides without
'the limits of this State. it is therefore ordered.
thu at they do appear and object to the division
or sale of the real estate of John Gitty, de
ceased,otn or before the first Monday ini Feb
ruary next, or their consenet to the samte will be
entered of record.
JOHN H-ILL, o. E. D.
Nov. 8 12t 42
-N Excellent atrticle of W~usTrit STRAINED
ALAMP OIL. For sale by
J. D TIllBETT'
Dec. 10 tf 46
7' The friends of EDMxosD Montas
Esq., announce him as a candidate for ihe
oicof Tax Collecto'r atithe next election.
*NovO - f 41.
..Bargaigs! rm !
At ready ireuceha kneet..
V iL bubtcriber desirus ot reducing his
well selected 8tuck, which consasteroi a
general ussurtinenrt, takes this method of si
iorming ihis friends, customers aud the pubaic
generally, that he is tiankful for past livowrs,
and has come to the conclusion not lo he un
dersold. wnich cannot fail to gave satislacuons to
those who are glad to see the first of January
come and have no jecasion to pay large buis,
Try one..year tio buy altogetlier for caisa,
and you wiH-set the difterence.
A mong othe'r ift-nlea can be found
calicoes at U4 cents, worth 8.
Vo. 8 " 10.
Do. 11 ' 13.
Do. 124 " 16.
Afuli w-rtnent of all kinds of Domettics
Ladies sioes from 50 cents up higher.
Cbaildreni's shoes at 25 cents worth 75.
Negro Shoes trum 646 to $1 13.
A large assouhertt o* neady iMade cloiing,
conisistiog of Pants. ahngle, uoubie lreasted.
and -atim Vests, and Goats of all descriptions.
Lemcuen's Hatia. at $1 5, worth $2 25.
Coifee and Sugar 10 ibe lir *'1.
A general assort ment of Lrockery " are, &c.
Cups and Saucers at 4 cents per set.
Carolina Indigo. a good artcle, at 626 cents,
worth $1 J24.
Starci, a splendid -article, at 121 cents.
Coffee Mills, warranted, at 37j, worth 75.
Cotton C ards, a good article, at 434, worth
Cig ars, Tobacco, Toys, W aiters. &c.
Winter staiued Lamnp On at $1 12A wothb
CANDIES ! CANDIES!!
BFAT T1is IP YOU CAN!
Just received, one hundred andfijty lbw. as
vohted Candies. :it 20 cents.per pound.
Raisens. 121 cents per pound.
To enumerate every artale wi'ud:be luole
dious. Call on ham, see the Goods. and atusty
yourselves that you wilt fiud that the beet liar
gains may be had at J. COHN-S
Cheap Cash btore. oppostite Planter'i Hotel.
Edgelield C. d. J.auiuary I ' 5I
49:kl Q& s maws a
GENTLE& ENS Cloth Cadet Caps,
ie-s quakltt. at $1.
- G . and Blue ziouch, from $1 to
?J 25 each Glazed Caps 50 cents.
Oiled Silk. at $1. Extra do. $1 121 cents.
Hit%, Commion. $1 50. Fine tilk. $2 to $2
50 cents. Fittest Beaver vl ith eaise. $5, wat
ranted equal to any in t he United States.
Finest Silk 11ts. at varions prices. Chil
drei's Capls. &c., just opened and for sale
very cheap for Cash only. Come and try.
K. 8. ROBERTS.
January 14 3t 51
A LL 'Persons who are indebted to te,
eidher by tinote or accounts previous to the
first of January, .1846. are requested to pay.
them immediately, or they will most certainly
be placed in the hands of an officer for collec
J. D. TIBBtTTS.
N. B. I ,wish it to -he perfectly underitood
hereafter, tlat when I sell on a credit its only
until the end of the year. akud all those who do
not settle-their accounts by that time will be
sued. J. D. T.
Jant.ary l4 4t 51
As I will do.
i~i, Persons indebted to the Subscriber
5..either by note or account due 1st of Jan
-ary 1846, had beter call and settle before Re
-art Day or they will have to pay cost sure,
fir I ait c-mpelled'to have money. -
- C. H '.GODMAN
January 14 tf . 51
EDGEFIELD BEAr COMPANY.
A TTENTION !
A PPEAR at your usual Muster
Ground on Saturday the 4th
Februntry, at 12 o'clock, A. M. pre
cisely for drill and inspecti-n. prop.
erly armed and equipped as the law
5i.An FElection for a Captain to corn.
mnand said Comapanay will take place~
cai nte thle same day, to fil a vacancy oc
catue ythe resignation of Capt. Mecigs,
andr also for Enasifln-of said Companay. occa
sinned' by the resigneation. of .A. tmsey
Poll opent from 12 M to S ocht~c P. M
Managers.-Serueants Cohna. Abby andr
Corpo'al DeLoacha, By order of.
L EW IS COV AR,Capt. Comn'ng
J1. Coax, o. s.
Janiuary 14 4t 51
A LL Persons havinn demands againtt
t1il.e Estate af Williarp Wilsotn, de
ceased, late. Ordinary of Newberry District,
are her-by requtired to establish them before
me by the fi-sat of May next.
Jan 14 . i (o a) 51
DR. D. JAYNE'S.
VH ESE Medicines aire recommienaded and
1extensively used by the most initellignt
persons .in the -Untiteji States, by numtuerotus
Professors anid Presaidenets of Colleges.;Phyui
ciatns of the Army arid Navy, and of Hospitrals
~and Ahnhotuses, and by moore titan five hundred
Clergy mena of various denomminationrs.
They are expresslj prepared for lamily use,
and ha've acquired an unprecedentted popurlar
ity throuaghomt the United States; anad as they
are so admirably calculated to preserve Health
and care dtscase, tno famtily shotuld ever.be with
out thetm. rTe proprietor of. these vahmtble
prepar.ationsq received his eduacationi at on-- oh
the best Medicatl Colleges itn thtetUnited Stattes,
and has had twenty' years eslieriencie ini at ex
tensive atnd diversified practice, by it~hich he
has had amtpt oppnrtunties or atcqtauiing i
pratitatl knowledge of~ diseases, and of thte
remetdire best calenliated to remnove themt.
Names and prices of Dr. D. Jaynete fanmily
Jayne's Expectorant, Per lactile, $1 90
-lHair Tonic. "()f0
-6 ALTERATIVE."tLife~ fro
scrvative per ttle. 1 00
-Tonic Vermnifuage, 25 and 50 cts.
"Carmintative Balsatm. 25 and 50 ets.
"Sanative Pills, per box, '25
"American Hair Dye., . 50
All the above menationed Meilicines are pre
pared onlyj by Dr. D. Jatyne, inventtor atnd Stle
Proprietor. 'No. 88, dooth Third St., Philardel.
phia,. Pa., who has no hesitation ini recommenid
ing thtem to the cottmunity as preparations
worthy of their entire confidence, and is lullv
persuaded front past experience, that they wil
be fouand etmnently suiccessial in~ remtoving
those diseases for which they are sevetallj re.
For sate by Rt S ROBERT'S, Agent.
Edgefield C. H.. Jatrurary 14 3: 51
W. H. AT'KINSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
May be fonnd in his Office, opposite Cormpty's
Jaarf 7 50. 3
ATB N KR'S O"
S H.~ erIs AW ope; F
eral St ~ FRESH,8 and
FA,1 - GO
In the Stap, 6ds ie lie is se gSh rt
ings fro.4 to yFds for $1 00,
Prints or CalIc66 from 2 to 16 yards foi $'1.
Brogans or.N Mrs' Shoes. from' 62 to $1 25.
Good Sugar a' Coffee $-0 per 100 Ibb. -
In Ihe Faawij s line -le is selling. Mous
lins, e -iJnefrorn 121 to 75 cents per vArd.
Plain.and ,Ombre Shaded Cakhrmeres De
Ecosse, fron -0 entiti to $. 25 per yard.
Plain or Fancy Silks from $1 it V2 per
Tse Wishing bergainswill please call and
Elgefield C. H. Jannary '14 if 51
Rl. A G. NICH
IL AS respectfal
ty i nis iher triends
and the public generally,
that ohe still -continues to
-do all work-in the Mil
-iMery & Mantua
Thankfulifor pqs favor-i. she solicits a con
tinnrance of i ame-residence oppositdeMr
George L. Peiu's Dwelling House.
Jan14 .tf 51
A HOL ESALE
D R UG- S T r R F.
I .ni111! nf<.~rim -my friends that-I have
r-1mojvpd m1y 6torg to the -lrge and
r mlerrjil Oarehouse, No. 88, Third, near
Market %treet. where I am prepared to
firuah 'my fre'ndlr -anti custoners.'not
mayiiv Imyo .,W1 popular
F AM I'.t Y .11 E D I C INE ?
but altm wit ery description of 0r48g,
Chemecals. Paints, Esseniiat Oils. 4Jas
ware, Perfuier3. &c.. in tact, everj ting
ueually keiptbhy Wholesale Dealers. Hav
ing made my purchases wholly for Casa,
anl front first hands, I am enabled to exe
cute orders, by the package or otherivise,
at is low prise9. as. Pure and Unadultera.
ated hriicles,'tan be obtained at any other
establish ment ih the Union.
Q7Dru it.Physiciaus, Manufactur
ers and Dealers are invited to-call and ex
amine riy tack before theyimake their
purchases. . 1)AVID.JAYNE,
NO.' Third, neaikarket Street
Philadelphia, September 1845. 3m 51
Choice-arn f'or Sale.
H[E late' and well known
residence of Major Aaron
Broyles, deceased. consisting of
near Siz Iundred Acres, -is ne0w
of'ered at private sale, It is on -one -of the
principal thitroughfares in the State, joining
the little village of Calhoun, and in six hundied
yards of the'Academy, and a large and spacious
Church. The lands ire prodictive, -aud its
buildings'and ,its cliards, and epaveniences
of every kind. -dded to its unsurpassed repu.
tatina fi hislih.ind picturesque beauty, have
made it the adiiration bf every one.
Persons desirous of purca sing will addres
or call on ehcr .of the subscriberkld get a
We also ie -another tract of more than
Fo'ai. Hu'i Aireisv choice land adjoining.
- - -L BOYLFES,
Jan 14 4 t- -(Banner) 51
L OST on.te 9th instant, the following
NJ Nate, %ich the public are cautioned
against trad'ing for.
-. $740.-Twelve months after sate, we or
either for us promise to pay S. S. Tompkins,
Commissioner in Equity for Edgefield District,
8. C., his successors in office or bearer, the
suto of seven hundred and forty dollats, with
iuteest from- date, for value received. This
5th day of Januiary, 1846."
(Signed) - H. BURT.
January 14 tf '51
Fema le Ac.det.f
g-.H- E~ Trustees have etngauged the services 'f
I.Miss SA RA H RIC H4ARD)SN, to take
charge of .tbis Instituttioni, foti the etnsuing year.
M as .. has for several years assisted Dre. W.
B. Johnson in Teachling, and has during .the
presenti year been coninected with the Green.
wood School. The high character and qual
iictionsi of Miss R. may induce parents, with
great confidence, to confide thieir daughters to
Thle year will be divided into two sessions,
allowing the usual vacations.
Rates ofl Truitioni per Session,:pdyable one
half in advance for each bessh'on, and the balance
at its close.
'3 . .Per Seshion
Por Spellinig. Reading, Writing,
and Arithm~etic,r. $ 8 90
Gewography, Granmmar, Composi
tioni, with thpe above, 100
Nunral. Mental and Moral Phi
lootphy. Chemistry, .Botany,
Logic.'&c , with the above, 10 00
Filty Cents .per session for fire wood.
By order of the Trustees.
--N. L. G RIF FIN, Chairman.
N. B. Mr. E. B. BACON will give
ls-mus in Music to thlose who desire it.
Dec. 10 4t 4o
Notice to Guardians, &c.
(' UA DIA.NS. Trustees and Receivers are
her, by ntotifies to make theii- aniiial re
turns biefore me, on or before the tenth -day oi
February nuext. . , .
8...TOMPKINS. c.- E. 0.
Comii-i Odtice. Jan 7 50 4t
m llteA CARD.I
! fEl-t lercanrtile firm: of BLAND d
.iTLER was [dissolved on the 1st inst.
by mutual consent..
Tlo those wvho have by their liberal pairenage
and promtiti payment nided -us .ii onr bnsi
ness, for six years past, we returdi or uiosi
hearty ad cordial thanks, trusting that the re
suIt oh our intercourse inas bien to our mutual
It is now desirable and necessary that thi
unsettled bniineeis of the firm he brought to
speedy close-r therefore most earnuestiy re
quest'all :hoie Indebted to us by judgment
noe' oi- obent acconn. to call atnd settle with
oni delay,theteby savmng us troitble andl them
selves expense. AN &BULR
N. B. The books and ac-ounts of the late
Mrs. Ani 0;Bi-ook@, for Millinery, are in m.)
hands for collection. All persons indebtec
ther-eon must pay immediately.
- W p. BUTLER.
Edgefield Coart t-Iouse, Jan 7 -50 tf
Q-The.friends of SaasN B. IMrAY
announce hininas acandidate Forthe Offic
of Tax Colledtor~at the next electitn.'
Ot,'3 0 ~ t!: ,O
tti'thje Estnie aft.
A! . . . .i . . . ased, are hereby se
a. a iate payment aind l'
i ngainst said Estate art
'ibem duly attested to th<
-Sul) ~er a ti.o prescribed by law
Adinin'ator.& Administratrix of GiJ Will A
Jan 17 4t 50
T HE undersigned respectfully informs hi
T frien'ds.and tie publie-generol Ly, that he
has removed his MERCHANT TAILORING
ESTABLISHMENT. to thatpart ofG. L.&
E. Penn's Store, formerly occupied by J. D.
Tibbett's as a Boot andehoe Store. Thank
idi for past favors, -he solicits a continuance of
v N. B. All those indebted to me either by
Neote or Account are requested to make im
mediate payment. J. C
Jan7 50 tr
r Wner anted.
N a 0 Business. lately comineeced and
in successful operation. at Edgefield C. 14.
An active person of good moral character. who
has at-ris-disposal two or three thousand dol
lars. will find it an excellent opportunit for
a profitable ind safe investmeut. Appy hy
letter in K.X. L., Post Officei, .dgefield .f.
January 7 50 tf
I Please Look at is.
TRAYED from the S Planta
'tiiuon. seven miles Cro C. H.
on the 24th October last, two EERK.
one of which has black sides, frosty back and
white face.-the other is white with red spots
about his head, ieck and shtoulders Said
Steers, are mnarke-d with a ork in each ear.
an :und'erbit iu thegsh, ai'are 'fur or ive
yers o1i' - n eridn whio wil take ip-v
I Steers anid'*Miy the.saubscrihe'r shalil receive
a reasonab1pcopnsstion for the. sane.
- 5EB B.51. COOBURN.
Januaryr7. 50 tf
A N UO T FO1R REN T.
IT f House and Lot in the Village of Edge
field, kiinwn as the Methodist Parsonage.
will be ren ted the present yi-ar, on accommo
dating terms. Those wishing to rent will call
Ott'he subscriber. E. PENN.
Jan 7 - 50 tf
,Rcg'mtal Head :Quarteris
A COURT MARTIAL is hereby uordeedi
to convene at the Old Wells, on tihe 6th
of Febinary next, to try defrsilters iin Milita
Dtyi. The said Court ii -coisist of the fot.
loawmgofficej - -.
J.tC01 Posey. Presideit
captains gburn, lightowcer Harey. MNa.
son and Sale.
Lietas J- Abney,Mdys i AsbeU.
B. C. Fancey. Judge A cate.
G D. 3Mulsco6 711 Reg. S. C. ff.
ian7 W 50 5t
Lt ersons indebted to "hEstate of bMo-,
A 'es Hari, deceased.'must paj up-by the
15th February. if thiy wishtosavCot. Those
havir.g any demands' against ai Estate wil
present them eaccor4 i.g to law. .
Dan ary * -. 50 . .
LL Persons indebted-to the-Estate of Lew.
ellen G. Holloway. deceased, will.mske
immediate payment. and those having any de
mand. against the Estate will present them ac
cording to law...
: L. G. flOLLOWAY Adm'r.
'an 7 50 2t*
W. W. ADAMS,
ATTORNEY, AT LAW,.
May be foundl in his Olisce; at Coinpt/'s
Botel, at any hour..
Dec. 17 mT 4
BliCK ! B ii CsfI
the subscribers ofi'rr the- public on termas to
suit the tines..Call and see heme.
YOUNGBLXdOD & BLEASE.
January 14 tC 51
FINA L NOTIC..
A LL Persons indebted to the stubscrfbe'rs by
Note or Accont must come forward anid
make paymetnt by the first'of .Jarndary, if they
wish teo save cost.. After which, all Noetes and
Accounts will be handed over for -collection,
FRA2IER & AbDISON
De . t 48
H E Subscriber takee .this method to iin
.3form persons in debt to him. either by
Note or open accounts, ibrat imless thbeir ies
pective amounts are paid by the Grat of Feb
rury, 1846, he will be tunder ths -necessity or
1:itting the same in the hands of an ofticer for
pqllection. Those who desire to save cost will
do well to lheed thiis notice.
M. L.GEA R-lY
December 31 S& y' 0.
A .L Notite.
A L;Persnns indebted to the Estate .of
Saria M autin. deceased, are requested
to make iinediate paymeni,and all haviug
ay detmands agaiinst the said Estate will hanid
'tisn in according to law.
J . F. M ARTIN, Execmun-r.
Dec. 31 tf . 49
fUitCi.4SERS ai thie Sale ofthe 19egroes
Irecovered from the Estate of John Elamn,
eceased, at the snit of A. M. Terry. dec'.'d,
are requested an make payment, and persons
'having demands will present them according to
law. . .TERN, Exectutor.
Dec. :1 tC 49
Pinatkin for 'idIe,
H E Subscriber intenidinag to amoe--8neith,
Rffers for sale, the Plantation on which
he now resides, containing three huadred and
eght acres. lying imamediately en the Piney
W oods Road,. oine and a quarter miles fromihme
Pine House, eighteen from Augusta and st-yen
from E.dgefield Qonrt .House Any persron
Swiihig to..prch'ase will do well to call Oil
the umberiber, and examine the premises.
--. GEORGE W. JONES
IiDistrIcaboit foir iie
Chambridge, formerly :h9 pro
ichard Bullock, deceaseda d now occa 0
y Ziachariat Carwile, having.,bpoeqmszj tly9
tig:edto the subsenber for hgr
said premises. she hereby WoIers.hr
Sale or for Rent for the ensuing yea T
terms will be made 'highly .acconiindatig
Persons wishing to lease or par a'arisne
quested to apply to J. P. Carroll'-Esqg a1*o
Mr. Edmund Penn. at this place. .
December 3 ...
HE Estate 6f 'ames Adams betna
J-Dereliot, I shall proceed tofell at
the late residenlic of sai Secease'&d a
Tuesda'v, the 20ih 2aay of January riei,
on a creiit o'fsik months, with note s~tio
approved se'ciuriries,'all Lhe personal'pj -
erty of said deceased, consisting ofvtock,.
Carts, Carpenter's Tools, FarmingtUn
silo, Household and itchen Furnituire,
and other articles too iedious .to mention.
All sums of and under five dollars 'cash.
3OHN HILL, o. B.,
Drug and General Store"
R. S. ROBERTS,
XPECTS to receive a'nd open in a fetr
days, at the Store at present orcupied
as the Post Office..the, following Goods, WthIch
he will sell forcash onlp, at CAsH PaicEs.
His assortmeut vill be kept up, and unusualty
low pres anintiined. He respectfully'r-:
quests the inhabitants of Edgefield to calf and
exumine fosr themuselves. hisftxtensive asdcom
plete assortments e'f --
DRUGS Mad MEDICINES
Having been loig engaged in this tradondd
tirmerly in the practice of Medicine, theiut.
1rist.reliance -nay.tiplaced by Physscins and
others, oz the excellintaqualities of the Drugs,
-andte. carefu Icompouqding of prescriptions
entrusteid tu his -
Comprising So aces, Pommades
Colognes, Toilet . Combs,.
Tooth.Shavi a thes
Knives, Razors, Sei
spades,.Shovs b d
Table Spoons. B
Caps, go'ee sMi
Books aidd Statieua ec
Books 'nd Games for New Yeat I 'andChisi
S. mas Gifs to Children.
Steel Pens, Toy Watohes Periodicals, Paper
4Sealing Wax, SheJMusio, &c., &ci
. VW BOOKS
ordered atro*.pies-a list or Which is 9ept,
Or the j nist;ialt price.
$1 (5 ae'indluded with 4
Cape -4 etst 01 ec5 4
dots. aniM'boa, e
Boots of vuriounikinds. Finest
Ladies and 'Childien's S-'
LardLampan - >
Britaunia Meti and ui R , R i
* '-1% *~
Merittoes, e i g.l iu
Vilot 1 Odt',ewg 6l( rs
Twist, Braids, Shioe Thread
Sbirts, Collars. StocksaGod
demen's Chintz Dressin9 '.
. ., . 4Xowis, &c. The
Assortment will be increased in the'Spriut
Cigar*, Tobacco& -i
Best.Brande Princ pes, Spansh and, H
Spanish Cigars-Cut Smoking Tobaco'
Crocker an r Glass Wree
A e assortmtent of the abe;.;
Candies, Lemon. Peppermint, &e. ; aaik ksses
at :25 cents perl ; Grapes, Rasni, Al
mnonds, Figs, Prunes and Lemons.-.
R. S. ROBE RTS
Is alsoa Aaigent for. Dr. J,ayne's Family .& 'dil
Iiines ; .1: WV. Sysnes's, do ;.Rowanda T nio,
.11 ixture, for Ague, warranted~ to cure ; Synsaes
& Suns, Poison for Rats;- Surgeons Ban'.
dnge Institute, Trusses; Laced Stocktir- ,&c.
Bukn&Will's Galvanio Plate.,-ltr the
cnre of pain in tisd hepd',&c.. Poirfewl's
Califormia Pills; Graham's Magaine,
All the above Goods having been obtagjed in
PhiJade Iphia, at low pricesl. rin.~ sdld at
ar. belowo Philaephaor New York Retail
Edgefield C. H ., Dec. 4 tf '48
B E U NPR Ei J'D IC kD.
TET no foolish persons be so,prejn/~jic
UJagainst this now. truly .celebrated mnedi
cme au to despise this advice; Jet it b'antaed
imnaediately on pain being felt; no iatter
where it ay be, whether, in the head-or feet,
wvbetber it be in the biacks or abidomeit whether
arising from external or internal cause,,ija
the Brandretlh's Pills,and rely upon it.,ut
the pain will go, the body will be rest'.ad to
Ihealthuns soon as nature hams received-gjEiga'
substance froim their effect.
The gnanutity of impure humone-.Jehdis brege
from the body by the action of 't' h'.adei
Pills, is replaced ini the coarrA ofau*fr -bears .
with inewand pure blood. .sy -the digestihn ol'
a mnodesute meal. By p'argreg the body- with
this medicine the ,whea mass o.f blood be-'
comes eutirely purifiled and regestevated.
That the blood is the life of the body, I pre-.
same is undisputeA therefore I shall say that,
it being the . eaegf'Life, it tnst also: be the
seat of disease,, Ifdiseasebe in the btood, we
should abstr act the diseese-enly, not the blood.
Itis theimpuritewhich must *rmoe-dby.
purgatmo0 to secure our health, in all states of' -.
the~ w'e ther, in all simuatioons,,and .iun all .cli
triates, The. blood, like a. good spirit3 istal '
ways trymg" to bene&t the body by its- rjgt -
gles to expel impurities. But it'is tceapabla
to effect its own purification at all times: to do
this it must eften have assistance. When hb'
blood is loaded with imipurities, especiall -
this climate, the consequencos, may be,
provided the blood is not purnfied of once,'
and this is eure to. be 'effected ifBraandieth's
Pills are used. sl
lt7The Pills are sodatDr
/ice, 241 Broadway. N. York. MAso.bBm
& Butler.Edgefield C.Hl.; &laS ~ L~b'~
Hlaroburg; J. S. It' D. (C-. j3~etn
Street; 1%. 5. Colemaa, New Mare Ao
Sulliaan tt WaUer, Greenwood L 9Wfra.
December 10 . , . --5
We are authoriettoanfontsei*Oo~e
J3 Senz AR-as a Candidailv b'*