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'Viwteside and. RetailA (coazsLa of COBS AD c -r1E aTKE REU now receiving from New York, t:itr Relected.stock of Groceries; consisting BAGGING. eui i Hemp Pope Manila Roil StiG A RS St. Croix,Porto Rico, Mtiacuvado, N.Orleans. Clarified, Loa,; Crashed. Powdered. CUFFEE. Old Government Java. old Cuba, new cr;p 'Cuba, -Rio; hoice Laguira, - IMOL.ASSES. Trinidad, rewy, rleans, Sugar House, Syrup, BACON. Hame choice-brands, country cured Hams, country cured Sloulders, western shoui ders, western Sides. SALT. Sack, Table, in boxes and sacks. NAILS. Nails. adiotted sizes, SHO T. Shot, assorted sizes, Lend, TE.AS. Bys1A, Imperial, Gunpowder, Black Tea, PICKLED FISH. Kitts Mackerel, barrels Mackert , Nos.1,2,& 3, Salmon, in kitts and barrels, Pickled Herrings, Pickled Shad, SEGA RS. TOBACCO . SNU/"'!'. Choice brands Segars, Thomas' Nectar Leaf Tobacto, bronoeu, Jones & Co's. and cheap Tobacco. Cut and smoking Tobacco, Sutf, in jars and bottles, (E'Ve would say to the public, call and e Rambnrg, September 2'. 1646. T HE Subreribera. having formed a Partne .3. Mission Business. which they in enpied by WAu.sn & i'EAasUN, respectflilly oil will store, ship, and sell 4Ceiton. Bacon, Flour, r chedize. purchase goods to- order. &c. Their charges wi0i be regulatedl by those of on produce consigned to him when required From the many advantages of their favorabl VAayuouss." ant from the long experience oh tions to the sale of Cotton, &c., they trust, by si eare, to merit a share of public patronage, and i -G. WALrKEr, ,,Hamburg, Sept. 1, 1846 'Onretiigfron the Commission Business, I onfil t art of Walker & Pearson, our sincere t-! h hlh likve favored' us , and, at the P 1$r Walker-and Bradford, whom it affords me a * fly friends, and thi- publicly generally. ELLIOTT & WRIGhT, W7 AREOUSg &-,COMA MISSION za4 uatU 'S. :c. - lifNOUNeE'to-their friends, andrthepub l cttat they-have associated- themselves tofftier1r.a the ti-r,saction of the above bolnei a Ekit brtnches. In offering their services to the, public in the above, they pledge thewselv a to devot tlieitudeivided attention - To: uzB3S1fltEcWOt o }@(g:jeiuwcether Erodn e, $sc Migo'wjaD n oDI~G -odi s -OOD: J16yingfoorf9(,Panters, or atetend to' any - the:basmess usually traosacted by Cowiwissioii Merchants . iiUoT,. Teos. ,.. WIaoU-r. ,Hamburg.Sept. 29.1846. epteiber 30 eoit 26 gWarehouse and Commission RIJSNE SS, AND REOEN4ING-AND FORWARDING AGENGY S HAMBtRG,,s. c- . The subscriber bogs 4 leave tolinform his friends - afid the public, that he has leased the buildings fortibrly occupied by the asaDpt for the purpose -of pursuing the above business in all its various brantchest Cotton stored with hitn, will have tho itn portant atdvantage ofbeing as it were ON THlE RAIL ROAD, and ready for transportation either to Charleston or elsewhere, as the Cars load and unload immediately at his doors; whilst its location on this account also presents paramount advantages to those who may wish to sell their Produce it this mnarket. He flatters himself, therefore. frotm the supertir locations of bis Warehouse. together with htis determmi ation to give strict attention to the itterests confided to his charge, he will be able to give general satisfaction to all who may favor hium with their ctuo. Liberal Advancs will at alil titmes be tnade otn Cotton or other Produce, either ini store or for shipment to Charleston, and every facility extended to those who may wish enh hr to sell their ptrodutce ins this tmarket, or to sisp by theRail road toChtarlestonor otherttmarkets. ,His Chaarges will be sa moderate asnthsue of any similar establiisment ; and insurance can be affected on this Warehouse, at as low ritres-as ansy ott: er in the pilace. B. M1. RODGERS. _septemberf 9'_In: -.3 WAREHOUSE & COMMISSION BUSINESS, AND REC 1E1VING & F'ORWARDING AGENCY. 1HE un.dersiuned liegs leave to inform his friends anf the pubtic, that lhe still con tinues th'e At his old stnand wlrisatedto the Merchandaze, and the Elle of Cotton,' and all other business usually transacted- by a com asissIon mserchat. His charges will- be in ac cordance with the times.I THOMAS KERtNAGHAN. . H amburg, September 4. eo3rn 33 Maddlery and Ilatrness ESTABLISHMYENT. I' sake great ph-asiure tn rPeurnitng to my patrons and Irsends :tn general, my sits c.-re~ thanks, for their very lbeiral patironage during the. - ast year I would also, iaun this -pp~ortumlty to. in. form them. that I shall still continuteto carry on my hn. eiaes pyold statnd, at the first door-above Presleand ~ran's' brick store; where may be found, at e~ins, alikinids of H ARNESS, SADDLESBIDLES, and all other articles gederall kaptiu such establishments.. ed at-my shop. *All persons wishing to buy-, I hope will give rne a call. I shail endeavor -to, put all my sar :ticles as low, as in justice to myself,. I can poms siblr.aifoad to do. - D. ABBEY. -y 3 . tf --16 ~tA~ We ato authorized to anounee Cot - Jk li~Lias- a cansdidlate for Ordinary at ry Store, Y MITH, elert, aamobug, S. C. T, NfEXT Dot'R T u THE P% ST OFFICE.) eston, ao.l other markets, a- couce and well in part r.s followst SHOES. L-leavy Negro. (very superior,) common and light, Sewed and bound. &c. &C, WOODEN WARE. B3ucketr,. Tubs, .easures Cans. Pails, Baskets, !Brushes, (every variety,) Brooms, &c. LiqU.. RS. Cogiac Brandy, (Otard, Dupuy & Co.) Ciaitpagne B randy,(Sasertc,) Holland Gin. Jamaica Ruin, Madeira Wine, (Symington,) Sicily Wine. Pale Sherry, (Rudolph s,) Purt, in bottles, Port, in barrels, London Porter, qts. and pts. Champagne qts. and pts. Champagne Cider, Cordials, Bitters, Domestic Brandy, Domestic Gin, N. E. Ruin, Moiongal.ela Whiskey, Funk's Whiskey, Miller's Old Rye Whiskey (superior.) Rectified Whiskey, ALSO, Cheese, (extra English dairy and Goshen) But. ter, Raisins, Snap. (turpentine, fancy, &c.) Starch, Indigo, ,adJer. Salt petre, Saleratus, Tline 'S Candies, Nuts. . Black ing, Pickles, Ketchups. Sardines, Match es. &c., &c. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP Crockery & Glass Ware. atmine our stock and prices. .3I rship in the 1'arehouse and Coma tend to comziuw at the old stand recently or er thieir services to the public generally. They md other Produce , receive and forward 31cr the market; and liberal advances will be made e location, .well known as the "WATEn-PrnOF Mr. A, aikcr. who will give his p? imi 1 auen rict attention to all busine-s entrusted I j their .o give general satisfaction. WALKER & B-BADFORD. S. 1M. lBaA1urontu. If 34 avail myself of the present opportunity to offer, thanks to our patrons for that liberal support ame time to solicit a continuance of the same pleasure to recommend to the confidence of I. L. PEARSON. TIlE NEW YORK SCIEIATIFIC AMERICAA The adeocate of Industry and Enterprise. and Journal of Mcchanical and other hnprovements. Published Weekly by Munn & Company. - ECOftD YEAR ! The Second Volume of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN-will be commenced on Satur urday, Sept. 26th, under it system of entirely new arrangements. 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Ladies acid Genihemn visiting New York, ar' incvited to call at theo uflice of ilce Scienfifle American. 128 Fucltocn st., whehret : numi models of icventioncs, &c., may be seen. SScpt 23 if 35 I;uorms ! Wrormns! WPorms ! To'u remove these troubleuome ancd dancgem oncs icnhabjitants of the ctocmach andc biowets which so oftenc impilair the heualth and destroy the ives of childrecn, use .laynce's Toccic Ver mi fuge, a certaicn anid safe preparatoni for the re morav~l oh the vacrious kinds of Worcms, Dyspep sia. Sour Stomiachc, Want of Appecite, Iinfantile Fever acid Ague, and Debility of the Stchl and Bowels, anid organs of Digestion. Prepared only tcy Dr. )..Jaycne, No. 8 South Third street, Philadelphia. SKIN DISEASES are often owing to a Scrolulous H abit of body, and ini order to effect a permatnect cure, the original catuse must be Setmoved. Jay ne's Alterative, oneo of the most pheasant artic les ever offaredI to the public. has been found not ontly to cure Scrofulat. utnder all its mnltiplied fourmcs, of Vance,, King's Evil. Goi tie. White Swelling, &c., but also mu remove the di-position of tendency to the diseases of 'hat class, and ali diseases originaatirg fio.n ob struetmtns icc the glanids or pores of the skini. or from impurity of the blood or other fluids of the body. Prepared oly by Dr.~D, Jayneo No. 8 Sunth Third street. Philadelphia., R. S. ROB~ERTS, sole 4gent, at Edgefield C. H.,South Carolina. eware of Countterfets september 34)0 3t 36 - For S~Ie, SA FARM,itituate itipe Sof Edgefiefd Couirt' House 'and 15 miles from the Pinn House. on the ~.road leading io Hamburg, containing 156 acres of geiod land, in complete order for cnltivation It is an excellent stand for a Gro cery establishment. If not sold at private sale by thofirbt Monday in Novemoer, it wvil, upon that day be offered at Public Auction. at the Court.House. Fur. further narticulars a~ l ur. Jay4 _ ee We have beentinfc j M o a cnre performed oes her hj )r1I1j E S AL 'r~RATIVE, whicb provesitis oporityover t: ev y other remedy of thekind. S l hkabeen afflicted for the last sixteen years wajjiNecTOesC ~r White Suidelings, attended with Aliserations c and exfoliation of various benes, d.Uriapwhich. t time many pieces havi been dis iktged from t the frontal bone of the craniurmr lrobi-. both her arms, rists and hands, and*frjiT6oth leg', t and from theleft frnmajone,;an fom; the i right knee. besides pain :ulcers orn lt er r parts of her person, wijichjhaSibfi thie slgil of a number of the most einin grhysciansi of I Four city-during tostofthe-ti hg have been exrcieating n d- Ur c thren m'nths sine se was iuiicede , r JAYNE'S ALTERATlVE wheCh laibmd an astonishingly happy effect upoler, by jemov ing all painand swelhngs-and Lausihg.the ul cers to heal, while.at the saie'tiine gneral health has become completely restored, so that she now weighs soie 251bs mote that she did before she commenced the use ofthiatitrly vaI ntable preparation-Native Egl. For further information,- inquire .of Mas. RosE. No. 13R Filbert-street. R. S. ROBERTS, sole Agent, Edgefielt C. I., S. C. october 7 -t 38 .1 Sciesnilie .Me dicle. R EAT exterience and juidgment are re quired to make a valuable;-and at the same time innocent purgative This is posses ed only by few. - ..-r The great majority of the remedies advertis ed of this class, are manufactured by persons who have no idea of the relativeoierindividual potwers of the drugs they use. his this canse, mnorelhan any'other, which occasions theinert. ned and often injurious effects, produced by advertised remedies. And hence the general prejudice which prevails against theat.. Now there is a great difference in this.respect, with regard to the pills made by tDr. B- Brandreth and consequently their superior claims upon the public. Each of the articles-composing the Brandreth Pills, are prepared in that way which will secure their beneficial effects to the system ii the safest aid easiest manner. For iistance, some ingredients h,avptobe .prepae ed in the vacuo; that is, the air js exhausted in th.' utensil, and remains so until a combi: ation is effected with other ingredients, which after -' ards prevents the air iroin acting injuriously upon the medicine. Again, the proportion for ingredient depends upon- its nuiiltiplytag poewer upon other ingredients. For thie power of dif ferent vegetable purgatives upon each other. is governed by similar laws 'tha: gbvern the power of figures by multielicntion. Nine ad ded to nine, makes eighteen; brit nine times nine, malies' eighty-one. So it is..with some vegetable purgatives. By adding nine parts of one ingredient. and nine parts o1 another ingredient together; the po tir 'is increased, Itot to eighteen, but to eighty.one. :For crane ple, either of the articles to prolduce any purga live effect, would have to befusod'taithe extent ofeighty-one grans; by cotmbining them-anly eighteen grains have to be used.. Again, sno tier ingredient is ftiuedib sitltipTy this-power again, which in a roggrtion of two grains, wonid have no ef'ect up&Aliii artiinal econo iny, but whi chindd i4oie?;hte1h gains of a compound of two par s neg ains, each of two ingredients; wdl ager uf:1ythe power .tilhicli ; they itedtP "hy'oiieet t oftwenty '''iintikpliedb ynit addition of two in:N b'tl ower of three hundred and twenty-f:iigrai'Ts' of the origi nal power of the (wdfrat--ngredients. Iterm we have twenty-two graing, which as a inrga tive contain the power egnal to three hundred and twenty'four grainisofeither of the articles alone; nevertheless, also so powerful after being thus combined,are safe in any quantity ; always having a beneficizileffect. and in no case capable of duing injury,"of which thousands boar ample witness. Dr. Brandreth's Principsal Office 241 Broad. way, N. Y.; ether oflicesin New Yoerk. The genuine onily for-sate ine Edgrelield Dis trict, R S. Roberts, Edgeliethl C. II.; Keniruk & Thaayer,U[anmburg;' J'S.*'k D. C. Smyteb. Meeting Street. Alas byi J. M. IJdliams. Ai ken, and by at least one' agent in every Dis. trict in the .state. Every Agent having the genuine has a cer. tificateof Agency, signed by the Doctor him. self: Edgefeled C. H.,, Sept. 30 3t 36 State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DLSTRICT. Jitncey M. Clark, aiid others. vs. Archibald Clark. NOT ICE is hereby given. clhat by virtne of an order fromn the Court of Equcity, made in, this case. I shalt sell at the late resieoce~ of Edward Clark. dec-eased, on the Fourdh Monz day in October next. the two following traecta of Land, beinig a part of the Real Estate of said deceased, viz: rTe Mill Tract, containing three huntedred and se vetity eight acres,-nmore or tess. adjoin ing lands of the estate eef James Maynard, de reased. Win. 8curry, and others. The Vines Tract, containineg one huendre'd aned sixty three acres, morae or less, aend ad joinineg lands of the estate of Benjamin Rlich - nrdsoni, deceased. Archibald Clark and others. Stid Lands will be sold oen a credit of one aned two years, (excteptas to so 'nuch as wel pay the cost of this seuit, to be paied int cash,) and possessione given on the .1st of J-inuary. Pnrchiasersto give-b'ond and good security for the purchase money. S. S. TOMPKINS. c E. F.. D. Comim'ers. Cfice, Sept21 6t 33 Va.luable Cotton Lana FOR SAL E.. T1 H E Suebscriber will offer for sale to thme khigheest bidder. one thee third Monday in November, hisi plantationi on Key reead, tween ty nine mites from Hamiburg containing eight hunedred and twenty-niine acres (829) bg stir vey, about four'lundid aned fifty of which is excellent 'woodland ;'tthsoil is well adapted to the culture of Cotton and Grain, The planta tion is uinde-r good fericineg, and ire a high state of cultivation. On the premises there is a comniuedioues Dwelling,. Gin; Houen Screw. and all necessary out buildings. Thoae wish ig to purchase welt. please call and examine for themselves. *At the same time I will sell moy crop of Corni, Feiddir Hlogs. (fat ad stock) Ca ttle, Planctation Tools, &c. &c. Terms maide known on- the day of sale. september 9 lot 83 The Hambhurg Journal wilt copy T1 0 TH E FAI'THLESS! .k If any doubt the uionderfnI powers of a DR. CU]LL EN'S DIN YEGET ABLE PANACEA.' ei~ . hetm to call upon Mr. Isaa -Boolp n treet fourth~door, and learn from his own 'ps of one of the most astonishineg cnres of Selofula ever performed on a human being-or call at the reidence of lis father, Eleventh, and Vmte streets. Sold by JOS. TF. ROWAND, I * 376 Marketstreof, Philadelphia.; R. S. ROBERTS, Agent, Edgefield C.H South Carolina.. -3 Executor'sSaIe. 'ILL BE SOLD, atEdgenfeld Court V House,on the first Monday in Deceo ter next, twenty seven hundred and ninety ten of Land, belonging to'the estate of.Jobn ?ox, deceased, lying on the waters of Chavors! reek (Jernigatn's branch.) between ten and welve' miles from Hamburg, and about the ame distance from the Court Honse, the great .r part between the Edgefield and Colaibia -gads, the first, passing along a part of the wes een line, and the last through the whole length if tleewhole track, adjoining lands ol Benjamin R. Tillman, (Chester plantation) Cosby, But' er's estate, Howard, Bartlett, Rambo, and >thers. The tract is well timbered., It will be divided before the sale, and one plat of the subdivisions lelt at Cosby's, one at F.defleld Court [louse. and one at Aiken. Terms made known at the time of sale. A. PICQUET, H. H. CUMlING. Ez'lrs. of John Fox, dec'd. september 9 13t 33 |Valuable'Farm for Sale. ' H E Suscriber off-:rs for sale his Planta o tion lyin-t on Mine Creek, waters of Sa. luda River, about eleven miles from Edgefteld Court House. The tract contains 960 acres, (more or less,) of excellent quality land. About two hundred and fifty acres recently cleared, and the balance in woodland and well timbered The land is nell adapted to Corn, Cotton, and all kinds of small Grain. On the premises are a good. comlortable Dwelling, New Gin House and Screw,'and all necessa ry ant buildings. The whole tract lies between the Weaver and Mathis Roads. It abounds with good Springs of excellent water, and is as healthy as boy portion of the District. To an apptoved purchaser, the terms will be made accomnmoda ting. J. F. M ARTIN. Sept 23. tf 35 tate of South Carolina. E;DGEFIELD DISTRICT IN 'fk, Cu.,jai u .L1S S. T H ughes Declarhtion in vs. Foreign Paschal 'L'illman. Auachment. r lHe Plaintiti in the above case having this day tiled his declartto: in my office, and the Delhindaunt having neither Wife nor At torney known to reside within the limits of. this Ste:, on whom a copy of said Declera tion w ith; a rule to plead can be served, on mo tion, tiritfl, Piaintiff's Attorney, ordered that said Delendant alepiat and plead to said Dec laratoti within a year and a day from the date hereof, or judgment will be awarded against him by default. T. G BACON, Clerk. Clerk's Oflie, Jan. 30,1846. ly 3 State of South Carolina. EDGIIFEL DDISTRICT, IE COMMON PLEAS. John B. G ordon, Declaralion its. Common - Jos. N. Perrin. Pleas. 1H E Plaintiff in the a ove case. having dbis day filed his declaration in my office, and the Det'eidant having neither, Wife or Attor ney known to reside within th'ejlimits of the State, on whom a copy of the same with a rule to plead cns, be served, on motion of Bauskett. Plaintitff Attorney, it is ordered,thiatthe said Defendant do. appear and plead. to said dec Jartianwithiin a year, a it a day from the date hclli'er ug. e owrd18'.againrt him y default. THOS. G. BACON, C. c -. D. Clerk's Office, Oct 17th 1845 ly 39 State of South Carol'na, E)GiFELD DISTRICT. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. Matthew Gray, . Declaration vs. in Oliver Sim pson, Autachmgaent. IHE Plaintiff in the above case haaving this day tiled his Declaration im my oh' ice. Ontmot'ott .f Wigil, P ,aintif's .attor nv. tUrdred. Tham~t thec Defenadantappenr and plad ton the sad Declaraation. withiti a year and a dany from the dato hereof. om jtudgmnent wilt be etetredl against htim fey defaulIt. T HOS. G. BACON, Clerk. Clrks Ollice, Ealgefield C. H., Jutnet 17 14hMy 186.l 21 State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD) DISTRIT. iN TFIE COMMOV PLEAS. Joio Hill, Ordinmary,) Declaration in vs. Jsh ia H ammond. Attachmnenat. rp HlfE Plamttiff ini the above case hay l.igm hik day filed his Declaration in my office, und the De'fendant havinig nei theor wifoem oattlorney known to reside within thme limit is of this State, on whom a copvof said Declaration with a rule to plead can be served, ona motiont of Griflitn, Paimiff's A ttorntey, ordered thtat the slid Defendant appear andi plead to the said Declaration wit hin a year and a day fromt the date hereof. ur judgment will be vared against him by default. THIOMAS G. BACON, c. C. P. Clerk's oflice Feb. 10 1846 ly 3 South C arolinia, .EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. LN THE COM1 It0N PLE AS. Williami T. Smith, Inadorser, Declaradior as. in At Johnt Swanason. )tachment Thnt Saine,) vs. >Declaration in Attachment. -The, Same. rPH 'E Plainatifi' in the above cases, hawitng I.. tais.day filed jhis Declarations iin my o'f fee, anadthe Defendant havinig tneither Wife nor Atorney~kttown to reside within the limits f the said State, on whtom a copy of said dec aratinits with a rule to plead thereon can he irvec, on motion of M Gray, Plaitntiffs At. orney, it is ordered. that the said Defendant tppeat antd plead to thsesaid Declarations within t year and a day, from the date hereof, or judgment will be awarded against him by de rault. T. G. BACON, C. E. D. Cletk's Oflice, A pril 20, .146 1y 13 State of South Carolina. ICDGEFIELD DISTRICT JN THE COMMON PLEAS. S. C. Coodict & Co. vs. Dec. in Atuach'nt. E. C. R-emer. p H E Plaintiffs in the above stated ease haftving this daty filed his declaration. in my office, on motion of H. R. Sprinn, E~sq., it is Ordered, That the said' De 'Andt~ odo. appear and plead. to the said Ieclarati'.n. within. a year an4. a dtafm the-date..hereof, .inj 4efauht. tereof final and absolute judgmnent will awarded against bim. TH OS. 0. BACON, c.c0.0. . Clerk's Office. A pril 14,1846 12 ly 117 The friends of JULIUS BANKS, an nouncui him ats a Candidate for thte Office- o Ordinary at the ensuing. election. . Anat5r tf a !. State of South Uaro " - EDGEF1ELDDISTRICT 3YJOHN TI.LT , Esquire, Ordinary of IEdge held District. Whereas Williain- E".Kennedy, hath applied to me for letters ofAdmintstratton, on all and singular-the goads arid chattels rights and credits of RoseA an Quaaifebbum late of said Distrjet, aforesaid,-deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and admon ish all and singular, the kindred and cred; itors of the said deceased, to be and appear before me. at our next Ordinary's Court far the said District, to be holdeu at E0dge field Court House on the 17th day of October inst., to show cause, if aiy. why the said administratiotn should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal, this the 5th day of October*, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and far ty-six, and in the seventy-first year of American Independence. JOHN HILL, o.E. D . Octr. 7 2t 37 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. B Y JOHN HILL, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield District : Whereas John Jinnings, Jr. hath ap plied to me for Letters of Administration. on all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of John S. Coe, lato of the District aforesaid, deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and admon. ish all and singular. the kindred and cred itors of the said deceased, to he and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to he holden at Edge field Court House, on the 17th day of O toher inst,. to show cause. if any, why the said administration should not b granted. Given under my hand and seal, this ti. 5th (lay ol October, in the-year of our Lord one thtousand - eight hundred. and~ frrty-sixth, and in the 71st year ofrAiner can Independence. JOHN HILL, O. E D. Octr. 7 2t 37 Tinaby's Patent Union WATER WHEEL: T IHS Wheel is adapted to SA f1'ILLS, GRIST MILLS or other Machinery, re quirang water power,.and ao all heads of water. It will move Machinery with snore power sad with a leoss quantity nf witer-thani any whel now in use, (except an ovetshot ander an ex tretme high heat.) It .ha ijecttorougla lest ed--ith-different-wviee f ie- a t e itstes,T'vrie 4is It and in all casie has proved superior.. The Subsctiber is pIrepar'd, at any tine, to test it still further, with anvwheel in this State. It is not liable to be clogged or inijnred by sticks passing through, or impeded by.barkwater, so long as there is a head above it. It is made <81 Cast Iron, i6 very simple and durable. The subscriber beit- anthrize.: to sell Rights of the said Wheel in Ld ifiield District, is pre pared 'o sell to suit purehnsers, on teras that cannot fail to give sntisfaction and if required will apply thea, to Mills. Laetters addressed, post paid, to the subseri er, at Edgaetield Coutri House, promiptty at tended to. s 11I. N. IPERI. [corY.) This iy certify; itat I have recently had piut in opseration on my' place. one of Timbhy's Pate'nt Unsain'Water WVheels, upran a very~ smsall streami, and am very well satisied with the performantce of tthe .ame. Discarging nhtout l60J inaches aof waiter, it cnt doirmny oine day-s imperfiet tri:ul abont two thousand feet. I hanve no hesitation in recotmmiendinag it as a highly useful iniventiaon. Wv, L.. LEWIS. St. Matthuews Parish. Jnnie 17, 1846. [cnPY.] This will certy. thatt I have tried Hotch- . kiss' Paatenat Ila-itctioni Water Wheatels, and Timby's Patenat Uaini Water Wheels, iand that I greatly prefer she latter, having abandon-~ ed the former after a six tmonths trial of ltem. Ihave naow the Unsion Water Wheels applied to my Grist atnd Saw Mills, whicha operaite to my entiare satisfaction. WVlLIAM J. TAYLOR. Kershzaw District, Jnily, 18465. Trhis is to certify, that after htaving tused a Pltter Wheel for a longZ time, in a Saw Mill, I tried a wheel called Iiotchkiss' Pateant Verti ctl Reacrion.. andl hnve sinace had n pair of the U NION W-h EELS aapplied, by Mr. Chapin, and find themt far sauserior to e'ithier of' the unrmer. A LEX. Rt. TAYLOR. Columabia, M ay 7. 184.10 The Subhscribmers have tried wvhat was called' Iotckliss' Reaction Wheels. on the Colnumbia Canal. since whuichl they haveu subastituted Tim by's UNiON WH ELLS, anad find from expe rince, that thei latter are far superior to the forer. CAN.IL&. WAREHOUJSE CO. May 5, 1846. sep tetmber 2 tf 32 Notice. T [HE undersigned havinag pureciased the entire initerest in the Tina Shop dt Edlte feld Court House, wotld beg leave to inform the public, that they intend carryinig on the same business, such as Roofl, Gtmtei- and Copper, & Sheet Iron Also. l manner ofJOH ISING done, in work-. malike manner. All orders from Merchants and others will be attended to at the shortest notice. HILERY COOPER,.' CHARLES L. REFO. angust 20 tf 31 HEBAKERY. TH underssted having recently cam mnenced the above busiiiess iii this place, respectfully solicit8 the piatron age of' the public. H le intends keeping on .hand a general; assort ment of C'onfectionarieas aid Candin,, 'Edgfied -- S.~ P. FIELD. Edgefeld. August:19v4f 29 8 I receive payinent for mny labors inttle AClerk's Ollice insal usad.ia'ie for, I must earnestly request all. persons who~ bring' Deeds toemy office foredrd, toileave the money with the Deads.Q Ha tfoes nitdtahban .41f public, by..adeertis wishtin~ to'; Editrc wl e :t e a felud. E~shibu o - Epsom af iGl Caster.Oliobtta Cafbniel, Tart. so - Root,"Rhligtlta , lJ~a Aloes, Gatisboge. CexiSde Crenior Taiiar?'OpIun.' - ic. Quinine','Prjartftif '' f Sweet Oil, Sarsaparilla' of thesae,Caraivs,Cti( Camphor,. Nutro,4.1gw .. . ': O 7A11oI DR:JA* c'iV J C geniuine. Sold'ai " ciiep5% any DruijStoemieih'at' obtained directly 'fds sD*. ^ his only Anent i : Augusta. b5 Bull's Sarsaparilla:- r.u~ta Carpenter's Do.,;Ph}'bi qto Carpenter's ;Ftragt n 'rarratis; ;o., 1edjepjo Chtip ian's 'Fever Age ggAue onVegtable A nhld se~ 1c Cl Fcvbr anid A gee A al , pe ?el Lozenges, Peter's -Pill's'C k pousst Tooth- Drops: WJOT pQ : Trabiuestock's Venusfuge Thoimp ' icines. Row and s Tonic Mfiluit Soda Powders, .bwain' saac~ Icx HSlsatn, fay's .Linasen*.#Js a. mneat, a sure -cute : pr 'sould ii .'iccos'stic .Oil. for 'deasiness'ij , Patent Mledicined in comoniosr"Use. SPAI~ A1ND 111D.' White Lif' II kmfsV j"R ~ Browvn, TPurkey "Hunbef; Cerome Yellow, ":VemihliJ "stw Ivory Black, Terrm Sienna, "Dkoajz' tent Black, Lamp Black,, 'U U '~r 'sr~eLRussiap- Blue,, 'ugpetjin Vasrnish of all kind,,Linsieed.0 '}j Lanip Oil, NeaL's Foot jl, itj- akt teal oils. Spanish Float,. ~Idigo.-Aiiai Loawoodl, LUmwoid, 10ai '" Red Saunders, Tniuerc, CQ Bluestin, and allodmers-jeStufli.: Black- Pepper.i: sie~MceA~~ Cloves', Ginsger, iRice.aisd: 1?&lv' p wnegs, &c. . r . --- ~ i2' * 'MISAC L L AN it Wftdowy Glees; froim' i- W ;t Putty; 'Vlian, Spb1O Gaii'd eand~c~~ Castile. So p, CsIkr oit Seed, Wae i lsiirA12Rs Silver Leaf, $~kB cis 6Iiriii Syrup R;lbstnrd,Vi;n . SbanVi. : ice' Mlith 4-'unit e S6"es~ jf bSponee,; Starch r't.Bar 1 rscri~p, b ~ se s,'3> Roach ,rue; al~' p , Sable flir Pencil"' ' All flee above artcle "'a'''' " eind sold" fif aeir'baj -ls = F.dgrfieldGC. 11If nc. : Mores '1 '" w' '1 Pubic N ic WX 1.11 EIEREY f~._. ti",k~i