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EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN EQUITY. AMartin Posey and wife, vs oll fr Partion. Gabriel Holmes, ct al. N OTICE is hereby given. that by virtue ol an Order from Chatncelluir Caldwell, I shaall sell at Edgelield Court (lainmse, on the firi. Monday in Janitary next, a part of the Real Citate 'of Lewis llohanes deceased, viz: Onc tract of land conlaintg three hundred and thirty-seven acres, more or less, iate il the District anl State aforesaid. and aljoinling lands of Jesse Gomiion, Alrs. Uosh. .)rs. On try. Josepli Turner and ' ary Gonilhion. Said land will be sold on a credit afonme vear, except as to so tmnch as will pay the cost of thui stit, to be paid in cash. The purchaser giving bond and good snrities fir the purchase moncy, S.j. 'A'] PKINS. c. c. i. . Comn'rs, Office, Edgefield. Dec. 1, 1847. nov. M. - 5t -la State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS. b.illers,Ripley & Co, CA. SA, Brannon & Anderson, Howard & Garmany, VS. i' Brannon & Anderson, D. & A. Wesson, VS. i'. Brannon & Anderson, Jonas Conkling & Co. vs. - Brannon & Anderson. Seaman & Peck, survivors, Bran non & Anderson, F. ). Fanning & Co. VS. Brannion & Atiderson, John W. untidy, bearer, VS. W. B. Brantnon. W ILLIAM - B1ANNON, one of thc Defendiats in the above named cases, who is now in the custody of the Saerilf ofthe District of Edgeiiell. by virtte of writs of Ca pias ad satisiacietdnin, -tt the siits of the re spective Plaintill's, in the above stated cases. itaving filed his petmtion. with a schesdile upon oath, of his whole estate and ellecta, for the purpose of obtaining the benelit of the Arts ol the General A-smnnbly, cotmmtlonaly called the Insolvent Debtors Act. On motion of*Mr. IW V. Adamtas. Deftndtants Attirtcy, pmblic tnotice is hereby given, tot the said aldiers. Ripley & Co., Howard & Garmany, D. & A. Wesson, Jonas Conklinag & Co., Seaman & Peck,sttr vivors, F. 0. Fanning & Co., and Jaoln IV ilandy, bearer, and all others, the creditors ol the said William B. Brantton, that the said pe tition will be heard and considered at Edgetiki Conrt House, otn Monday the sixth of March next, or on such other day as the Court may order duriag the term, commencing ott the first Monday of March text at the s:id plnce, and the said Aillers, Ripley & Co., Howard & Garnaany, D. & A. Wesson, Jonas A. Conk ling & Co., Seataxtn & Peck, survivors, F. D, Fannin- & Co., and John W. Mundy, l'earer and all others, the creditors of the snatd Wil liam B. Brannon, are hereby commanded either personally or by attorney, then and thert to show cause, if any they ca), why the petitioa ofthesaid William U. Brannon should not be beard and grante4, andi he be discharged. frot cotfiit,.ett, by complying with the Aet afr-eaid,:accordin- to the terms of the said Acts. '- TiO. G.. DACON Cl 4ecember 8 :3m 46 NOTICE* 9 ij eb teatoo . e tat e i4are reqpestel t '81 ariausted-Itc or aiitropryattested. T. B 'RHALTER MAmr. dec.' 4t- 46 N OT ICE. T HE1 debtors oif the estate of James D Botnknight, dec'd..are regntested to meel mec at the late residence of the above said de ceased, ont aonday thme .2yth of December nett were they can have art opportumiy of setthin their notes if they wisht. rhose who do n' avail themselves of this opportunity, will no1 find their ntotes nearer than my house. I alsa retinest all personis having denwttds against th< e~state of James D. Botuknight, dec'd., to han<m thtem in properly attested, and those: indebtet to make imtmediate piaymecnt. J. R. EIDSON. dee8 3t 46 BARGAINS - AT THlE Cheap cash stores T H Subscriber had conclndeld to leavc Eahgefielad, butt not laeing willing to leavr thte old Dtstric't, withonit gaving it a fair trial t~aes this method of informuing his frietnds, enis towers, anid the pttblic generally, that lie ha just rettarned with a large and splendid assort meat of FAgL&WKVMTER GOODS which cannlot fail to give entire satnsfiactin and having bought hh, goods low, lie takes pariac in chtdlengintg any .Store h tt nderslIlahiti. A moung his .'tock~ may be found, vi: Eniglish anid Amiericant P'riints, frotm 5 cenats it 25 centts per yardl. ouning Prin ts, fromt 10 to 25 ets per yard, Fanmiture do Iroti 6 to 18: do do Ialtisliat de Lainmes, from 20 cts. higher, Alpacas, Cassimuere,. Ginghamu Rsobes, Liind se.ys, Ginaghams. Checks. andl a lage assortmen~tt o1 Caotton .mad Worsted Shawls, fromi 12.' cenits to $) Ott, A few bla~ck S-41 Cassimearc Shmawls, Rtibbons. Gloves, anad in fact every airticle gen terally fouand ini at lrv Gioads Smare. Bileached andl munbleachied [lomespnuns at all leghorn anid black Bombazinte Bonuncts, 8.4 Blankets at $1 0t0, worth S1 37, 9.1 Blankets, twilled, S1 23, worth SI G2. No advace on Shoes. butt every kiid, Boots. Shoes, maisses andl children'~s Shaoes, andt negro Shoes, sold cheap). Kerseys of~ all kitid, anal a large assortmnt of evcry style oaf Goods ina ihat hute, sold bya the yard mar the piece. Gentlemeat's tunder Shairts and Drawerse, Getntemen's white Shirts, from $1 hiigher, A large assortment of ready antde Clothing, viz-Coats, Patntaloonis, Vests, tihe latest style, Stusptenders, Kid Gloves, Silk neck and pock' et hIlandakerchiiefs, &ce, &c. Black and whlite low crowned hints at S1 00. A large assortmenat of men, boys, and chtihien's Caps, from l24 cents, higher. Umbhreltus from (i2A cenit.s, higher, Katives. P'istols, Dirks, Jewellery, itledicintes, Crookery, Rtice, Catidles, Catndy, A line article of Sugcar 10 & 12h1is. fhr S1 00, Riio Caolue l0ths. oar $1 00O, Chaeese 12& centls -per lb., Cratckers 12A cents, l-amnp Oil, Bair Sap l24 cent.. llaoiing to'-the C'ash system. tmy amot ta .sha it be~ a. Quwk salc and small proJfts.'' tasking noneia to pay an cxtr- laice, to maike upl for thme losses stnstained by the crcdit system, thecrefore conme one and all, atnd you will be pleasead. J. COllN. Opipos ic Goodmnan's liotc. ntovembehur '24 if 44 Lands and Negroes For Sale. ON Saturday the first day ofJanuary, 1848, (by virite of the last Will and Testament of Col. Michael Watson, dec'd.,) we will olrer for sale, at the residence of his widow, on the Ridge, inEdgefield District, the following es tate, real and personal. to wit The tract of land containing 477 acres, more or less, known as, and called the Jones Tract, bounded ly lands of Major Till.man Wats:on, Jesse Smith. Stanmoie Watson, Burrell Boat wright, and landsor ftle estate of Amos W. Sat cher, deceased. These lands are highly pro ductive in small grain. corn and cotton. There are on the promises about 160 acres cleat ed and under good feice, of whiech nbout 40 acres is second years new gronid;-the whole tract is well watered and well tinbered, and contains some handsome sites ror building, on and nicar the old Cambridge road. We will also oler for sale, on the same day, 12 or 15 Likely Negroes, among whom there will be sottie very pime lbilows. The above property, both Real and Person al, will be sold on a credit of one, two and three years, in equal insta Intents, with interest on the whole snm, payable annually. The itnchaseO money to be seenred by bond and mortgage, with unexceptionable persinal se curity.7 w. M. MYERS, I. H. RAINES, qualified Executors, undcr the last dil and Testamcnl of Cl. Midutt Il'alson, dec'd. october 20 11 39 Notice. B Y nit order froim the Ordinary of Fgt.'e field District, I shall procced te sell, at the late residenmce of Jamines Miller, dec'd., on Wedsday the 15th December neaxt, all the persmial property of said estate, consisting of 49 or GO Likely Negroes, Large stock of Horses, Mules. Cattle, Hogs aid Sheep; Hlonsehold and Kitchen Furniture, Plantaiion Tools, the eitire crop of Cotton, Corti. Fodder and Oats, on a credit of twelve itionths, with note and two approved see.nrities for all sints over five dollars, under that amount cAt. T[HIOMAS ANDERSON, Adm'r. novemiber 3 7t 41 sourii CAROLNA. EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT. U PONj the application of Patrick II. Elain, Administrator of the estate of Charles G. Garrett, dec'd.. it is ordered. that lte adminis trator d > sell at the late residence of said dcc'd., on Monday the 20m day of December next, all tIme personal property of said estate, otn a credit of twelve months, witlh note and two approved securities. except for sanns under live dollars, which will be paid in cash. The sale not to commence earlier in the day than ite o'clock. Given teder w hand, at my oflice, this the 23d day of November, 1847. JOHN IIILL, 0. B. D. november 24 4t 44 NOTICE. T HE Subscriber will of'er for Sale. at his residence in the Villarfe on Monday 20th December next, the followig Property viz. 14 Acres Land, which will be laid of' in Lots, lying on the road fending to the Piine H oue, and the balance of toy land with the improvements will probably be sold, or rented or the ntext year. Also two Negroes, a man and woman, the man is an excellent servant, a good Ostler, Gardener, and a. good field hand, the woman a gT* Cook, o.second .hand- Carriage .with Hnrness,. also a4 13uggey .and. .Harnedsome Stock;&nib or twoillrses, Corn:Fodder; Pota toe u, and perhaps other articlesanot etmn trated. Terums niade known-d-'the 'diy of Stile. . ..... EB. PRESLEY. 4t 44 Town Property for Sale.1 7IIHELHOUJSE& LOTi at ptresent ocetnpiedl A.by Mrs. P. M. Butler, situated in the Town of Edgeieldl, will be offered at Public Sale, on the first Monday in Jantnary next, PTaheunse is large and comfortable, witht an excellent Kitchen, Smoke Hotuse, and other out buildings, which can bo examinied at any tinte previous to the day of sale. The l.ot contains 5.3 acscs, more or less. Termti of sale.-Credit to the fist day ofiJn tnry l19, J. R1. WEV Elt. december 1 5:t 45 Teacher Wanted. TVf lE T1rnstces of the BErilANY ACA DLlEMY, are desirous of employing a CLA'SSICAtL TEAC[HEl, for the ensumtg yeatr. A gemtni:n, who can piroiduco satisliac tutty reenentdaions, will find an agreeable and profiitable situationt, by applymng to A. PERRIN, PrcsL. of Trusiees. november 241 11 44 New Boot and Shoe .sP121NU7'd1CTORC I, T H E Snbscriber would most respectfuully iiformt the citizeuts of Edlgefield, and the necighibtiring Districts, that he has cottmentced Boot and Shoe Making, ini thme Store immitediately adjmiinig Mrs. Wanrd's Milliniery Store. nnd is ptrepared to make to oniber, Boots aitd Shoes of the best Frencht andl A merican Calf Skin. Gentlemen wvantittg a good Dotot, neat andi durabmle. r,eed hut leave their order. Cork soled, double soled, wvater proof, walk-. ing. and pumptl soledh Boots. Four lit antd style of workmanship, not to Ite excelled aniywhere. WVILLIAM M'EVOY. novemiber 10l 6' 42 Ngew Fall & Wbnter Goods. (G. L. & E. PEFsN ifAV E received a large :intl mtost desirable Stock of NEWV GOOD S, to suit the acasn, cottsistintg of a genteral atssortmnentt of Staple and Fancy Goods, Groceries of all kindis, hints and Caps, Shoes and Boots, Hard ware aind Crockecry, D~rugs atnd Medicines, Books and Statiottary, A spletidid stock of tontneus, And a variety of othier articles usnally kep t in our line, all of which will lbe sold ont the most accommtiodating termts. TIhey inivite their friends to cail and examtitte the stock, and they ptromnise to give thetm good bargainis. septr29 if 3G TIo RenuS. T IlESOR IIOUSE ocenpied by J. D.Tbbets. P'ossessin on the first of J~imnary. M. Fi'lAZlER. novemnber 17 tf 4'3 NOT IClE. fA Persons indlebtedl to the estate of th e.John Lanodruin, dec'dl., are re qnuestedl to mnake itmmediate paymtent , nti those havting dcimands will piresetnt theit ptroperly . t teisted. JOIIN LANDiIUM,ELz'tr. decc8 4t 40 Ffm r iindersigned having made the neces sary arratgemuents,- is nowprepired to furnish Coffins of every description, at the hortest notice. fnd will give this branch of his business his personal attention.. He has also now finklierl. a new and elegant 'fIeaI'Se. which will be in iendines at any tiine, to attend Funerals. His charges will be reasonable and iccoin modati nig. A. BUSHNELL Ed".field C. 11. July23 tr 27 REMOVAL. Well. KE TCfHJ.JM CO., H 11M BURG, S.- C. H AVE removed their -stock of Dry Goods to the Store underthe Amderictn lintel, (late lubbard's.) where it is their purpose to keep a full assortnent of' Auacrican. French and Englisla o R Y G OO 0S.. We would take this opportunity to return our ilianiks to our unmterons- friends for the very liberal patronage bestowed on~ ns for the last six years, and would solicit a continuance of their lavors. Vc would nlso invite all persons buying Dry Goods inl lamiurg, who -are -nofirendy on our large list or sutbscriverto -gius a rial. Our stock will consist of a inli larger and more genernl assortment than wi ve hereto' rore kept. We sliall also continue o keep our usual assortment of Carpeting, Oilloth, Floor Matting, Bonnets, ndtd. Ladies and bildreins Shoes. N. D.-Just received a full assprtment of all numbers of genuine Dutch Rolling l, which together with all articles t Tir line will be sold as low as they can be prgc red in ham burg or Augusta. WM. KETC I& Co. IHamburg. S. C. Ang. 7-11. 1t 29 WAIREIHO AND F A 0 T 0.', FACTO ihers -- A from Na Esq., . the.m. in llamburg, recently occi J. F. Grillin. and form-rly by M JlTers & Co.. situated at the font of and im mediately at the head of the busimess treet. From it-, superior- Inca and being surrounded by a stream of wateril is comnpai ntively exemlit from the casuaty-offire and en tirely above the reach of high freshets. They propose to carry on exclisively the WAREt1)USE & GENERAL FKTk RAGE B U SI N E S, under tie firm of GEiGER & PARTLOW. Ifaving engaged an expjeri6eie and con petent assistant, in addition to therwnp ilial attention, and possessing means to make liberal advances on Produce consigned to their care, they hereby render their services to Plan ters,' erchants and others, in the storage and sale of Cotton, Flour, Bacon, and other Produce, in Receiving and Forward ing Merchandise, and purchasingoods to or der. - . Their charges will be regulated:by the usual rates of the place. W. W. G EIGRR, JAMES Y. L. P TLOW. H amburg, June 3, 18416. june9 Gm 20 TO THE PUBLIC. THE undersigned would Irespectrully announce to Travellers and' persons vis iing Hamig. that he lmas taken for -a terAir of years. the Hotel, long known as Ilubbaird&A merican HOTEL, Which it is his purpose to keep as such a house should le kept, antd will onily promise to all who favor him with, a call. that he will do all in hisa powver to please; and where as much comfort and quiet may be expected as can be found in any Public Houise. A careful aiid attentive Hostler will be kept constantly in the Stable, and H orses shall lie attended to in a way that shall give entire satis I actions. A liberal patronage is respectfully solicited. WM. KETCHIAM. Hamburg, Mfareb 8-10 if 7 WVarehouse & Commuissionh B U SI NE:SS. H AMBURG. S. C.. T HIE Subscriber begs leave to inform his friends and the public generally, that lie will cominnte the Warehouse & C'ommission B U S I N E~ S S, AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT. The convenience of this Establishment is too well known to iceguire mutch comment. Coattonu or othier Produce once ini store can he put on ttoh ail Rondl without the additiqaLexpenuce rfdrayage. &c. i whichl is certi~y ati item worth notice. both to merchalnts' -anters. Mly charges will he as renas othier like conucernts in the pla:ce, an fatcili ies given to those who mny g - itpa-~ roage. Bi. M. ERS. sept. 13 34 STATE OF SOUTH .OINA. EDGEFIELD DISTRfCT. IN TIIE COURIT OF 01?DINARIY. October 29th 1S47. W illiam Kny & others A pplts. )Summons Wiley Kny & others Derts. Partition. I T appearing to my satisfaction that the said Wiley Kay, Eli Kay, Hiram Kny. Samuel Chrisiani and wifo Reblecea, Edmund Mlartin and wife Nancy, and William Thorntont and wife Lutcida, live without the litmits of the State, it is thterfore ordered, that they do appear in the Court of Ordinary on or-befbre thie firset onday itn March next, to show cause if anty lthey can, whly the Real Estate of Sarah Knty, dec'd. shonld not be divided or sold, or their cosent to the same will be entered! of Rec.ord. Giviet tunder umy hatnd in the Uoturtof Ordinary the day and dato above written. JOHlN lILL, o. a. n. Nov. 3 3m41 Notice. l|j HERE will be an Election held at the JLditl'rnint Comnpany Minster Groumnds, on 'riday the 17th oif December next, in the Salin it Regimoent for Colonel. Polls to lbe openei'd rcording to law. Alanagers to mteet on the ly following. at the Regimnnntal Parade rud, count the votes, and declare the elec. ion. Dy order of Brig. Gen. Bntant~av. 51. WV. CLAIRY, Lieut. Col. P. S. All tthe Company's wifl-Pnrnde on thte lay oif Electi-m andl be exempt- on teir next -eglar laister day. By ordler, unnveinber 17 5t 44, lii'The friends of WESLEY BODIE, aim tmince himt as a cnndidlate for the oifhice of uhctin' at thn ensuing election.. $5 REWARD. Ra~naway fronm the subscriber aihont the last of September, a Negro girl JANE, good looking and intelligent, black color. nbont Sfeet 3 or 4 inch es high, and 20 to 23 years ofrae. I beieve she is still in the setilement and likely harbnrcd by some one, if il give $10 reward, $5 for the negro, and $5 for proof against any white person uihy of the o1Yence. F. W. SOLLEE. november 2- tf 44 Lucina Cordial; or the E!,LIXIIL OP LOVE. T 1 IS is a sovereign and speedy cnre for Incipient Consumtlion, liarrenncess, Impotency, Incorhma or Whiies, Obstitaction, Ditlicnlt or Painful Alenstruation,lictlmiiieiice af Jrine, or Involuntary Disiharge thereof; and for general prostration of the system, whe ther ilie iesult of inherent causes or pr3duced by irregularity, illness or acilent. There is not a shadow of doubt int this is trie, and were not the subject of too delicate a nature, hundreds would testify to the nurival led cflicacy of this Cordial as a specific for bar renness, tiour albis, glecis. irregilaritie; in the sceretiois, pains in the Kidneys. feniale sup pressios. For sile by all the principal Drug gists in Augusta, blamburg atid Charleston. (fT Price, $3 per bottle. For sale by Ilaviland, Hlarral & Allen, King street: P. Melvin Cohen, No. li Ilayne street; Nelson Carter, Aeeting street, and E. A]. Ca rey. Broad street, Charleston; T. Risky, Ulain. burg; and i. 1). TIQBB'rTS, Edgefield Court House. S. C. july 28 Gin 27 DR. JOFL DRANIAM'S LIVER 6 DYSI"ECTIC MEDICINE. I N offering this valuable hTedicine to the pro ple of S. Carolina for the relief and cure of many diseases incident to a Sonthern climate, I do not claim for it infallibility; neither do I say it will enre all diseases. But in CHRONIC LIVER AFFECTIONS AND DYSPEPSIA. I can confidently advise and recommend its use, froi ry persotial observation and use of the article in my own practice. This article is Favorably received wherever it has beer. used. I am allowed to refer to Mr. George lleard of Troup, Mr. John Warren of Coluibus. Mr. McAllke of Cobb, Mr. Asbury [Hull of Athens, Mr. Willinin 1). Teirell of' l'utnaum, Rev'd. John E. Dawson of Lagrange; to which a great number of cames might be added, who hear their testimony to its vahite. ilabitual costivenoss is found very frequently connected with feeble constitutions, aid per sons of sedentary habits, which often exert a very unfavorable iiilbienice upon the general liacli h of the subject: and is particularly nini fested by a restless and desponding state of uhe mind, irregular if not a loss of appetite. For this condition of the system. this article is conli dently recometinded with the positive assur nce that if the dose is properly adjnsted. so as notto move the bowels too actively, relief may be relied oin, without any, even thc least ol the unpleasait consequences, reslting from tie use of the common purging medicines usua1ly resorted to. This article will be fiund to act as a pleasant cordid and tonic, restoring the aippetite. and at the same time fnlfilling every indicatioti that the common purging miedicines are designed to etect. There are some constitutions liable to regu lar atlacks of Bilious fever almost evemy 'Fal, to such. I recommend the-ise of this Medicine, eginning at least by the middle of May, or first 6fJune. 'Many persnns whose Digestive organs are feebje. often experience a sense of fullness. weight, and oppression, about the stomach af ter eatiniM-in such cases a dose of this -medi cinew ill 0flen afford immediate relief. Pregnant women often suffer from heart bnrn and costiveness, they iay use the article without the least danger anid wvith great benefit, Ini sick or nervous hcad-ache, it is a muost valu able miedtciine I could append a long list of certificates. but firbear, preferrin;; to rely on the virtues of the tediciine to suistain itself. The ineilicine is a gettle and certain cathartic, tonic and sudorific. JOEL BRIANHJAa. FEatonton, Georgia. For stile by Robert Andersoni, Liberty HJill. Ceateum & Seutle, Dnntuonsville, Charles Free mani, Cairo P. 0., and J. D. T[BPETTS, so~i. 8Edgefield C. 11. T yler's Asrue & Fever P'ils. ACERTA IN. safe and effectual enre for LAgne anud Fever, in all varied forms. Al so, an excellnut Tonic in D~yspepsm, Palpiita tion of the Heart, Loss of A ppetite. Neuralgia, Nervous and other diseases, which arise from a weak aiid dehilitated conidition of the system. B--Lihnore, Decmber 15th, 1843. Dr. G. K. Tyr.un.-Dear Sir.-It is with great pleasure that I announce to you a perfect restoration of my healsh by thec use of your in valnble pills. I hail beetn stif'ering from Chihlsamnd Fevers forecighteen or twenty imonthis, urig which time [ took five bottles of Rov. and's Toniic alixture, Dr. Sheramaun's Fever and Agite Lozenges, Dr. Love's Vegetabile Elixir, Keener's Powders, Barks, Quinine, Thompso. niatn Medicintes, Arsenic, Herbs, and in fact almost all thme ppular remedies [ could hear of; and yet received tun lasting benefit. The chills were stopped by Q~uininie and oilier things, but amter a fe'w days or weeks they wvouldl retuern again, as had or worse thaii before. Towards the last the chills c:nne only every third dlay, aid these were followed by fever of such se verity as to affect my reason and it was foumnd iecessarv for some otte to watchu with tie un til the pa'roxysmi passed omT At last I piroicuredl a box ofyouur pitlls, aiid ontly took four of thiemn; this so completely stopped the chills, that I have never had ai return of them up to this ttie, (nearly two years) and near a year of this timo was passed in the same pilace wvhere I first canght the disease. That iiy case is not one cured by chance is poven fromi the fact that fonr pills ont of the saiii hios cnrcd Capit. Rhien Banks, so ef fetually;hiat lie has ncver hail the dimenise since, whereas before he often stil~ered from it. Two oter pe~rson were also etireid by the contenits of this same box, -mdte they neither of the~m have had a retuirin of it although they both reside where they ai'e exposed cvery season. I know several others wvhio have becen tcie by your pills, bitt it is unniecessary to detail their causes. The best certificates of their ellici ency in Coihls aini Fever, will lie a few doses, aid if~ they are ais benelicial to others as they have becen to me they imay lie truly called pnh-1) li blessing. am ithl much respect your obee't. serv't - hENR~Y ISCOE. For salc biy TI. Riisley. hlamburg. S. C., and J. V. TIBDETTS, Edlgelield C. II., S. C. july 28 (i 27 Notice. 4LL Personus iindebuted to the subiscriber, .La eithecr by Note or openi acciunt, tire re gn iested to make imiimediaie paymuent, if tnt, a'f ir he first iof~lauairy next, they will iind thei accuts aiid iiotes in the hainds of an attorney for collectioni. A wuid to the wise is silicienti. JOJIN L. DODlY. FOR P'WO new Four I N WAGGONS by IS..- GOODE. Nov.21 4t.e ~44 EDGEFIEILD .wOTE07 T H E Subscribers annonCe to their frieni' --and lthe public, that the0Y have opened tihe house forinotly occupied by Mr. U.J. Ryan, in Edgefield village.and are prepared to accotne modato all those vho may ftavor them with t heir patronage, with comfortable rare -for themselves and horses. Their Table will be always provided with the best the market affords, and attended to by obliging and competent servants. Their Stables will be attended to by first rate ostlers, who will be in wvaiting at all hotirs, by day or night, to see that horses are properly ft kei care or. CHAR LES J. G LOVER. ARMISTEAD BURT. sept 22 tf 35 L r T EST1MONIALS.-Extrnct or a letter from Dr Waines. of Philadelphia, Feb. 2, 1610.-- Your Pills are the mildest in their operations, and yet most powerful in their c( fects, "f any that I have ever met with in a prac lice of eight atndtwenty years. Their action on the chyle and hence on the impurities of the blond, is evidently very surpising.' Extract ofa letter from Dr. Henry -all, of Quebec, L. C., March 6, 18-1I.- For hilions fevers, sick headaches, torpidity of the howels, and enlargement of the spleen, Dr. Peters' Pills are an excellent medicine." For sale by all tie Drniggists in Atgusta, larburg, and in Charleston by P. Melvin Cohen. No. 19 Ilayne street, lInviland. liar. ral & Allen, King street; Nelson Carter, Meet. ing street; E. M. Carey, Broad street. and Amos Ilead. corer East Bay and Broad street. T. Risley, llannurg; and J. D. TIBBETTS. Edgefield Court Ilotuse, S. C. jully 2 6m 27 Dr. Gordon's Pills. GREAT ARRIVAL! 3O Ul1shels or 25,000 boxes of Dr. GOR. DON'S FAMILY PILLS.-The vast and increasing demand for this new and justly celebrated Medicine, and the numerous enres they are daily eflectiig in all portions of the country where they have been introduced, of Dyspepsia. Liver Complaints and Billious D:eases, with their well known atter.dants, Sick llead-ache, &c., has induced the under signed to make arranmentA to receive their stocks direct from tle Proprietor, and would say to their numerous cuqtomers that they are prepared to snpply them, wholesale or retail, at New York prices. [17 $2 per doxen, or 24 cents per box. By P. Melvin Cohen, No. 19 Hayno street: IHaviland, Ilarral & Allen, King street; Nel so Carter, Meeting street; E. M. Carey. Broad street; and Amos Head, corner East Bay and Broad street, tharleston: T. Risley, lamnburg; andl J. D. TIBBETTS, Edgelield Court fletise, S. C. july 28 6m1 27 FOR the cuieof an d idher. tta adfresh. lagfs; an B~ru Ea asl.estectam liai discvred i he clta lbasi horses; for ring Worms. ch 0Iin short for every exterhalliod t fai to-tte lot of man or b - a; 6mfTor.of this noble specific in a sltejwt.ut fear ofcontradictionl m vastl rjri to any comupound ever discoveed or~least that is knownt in thtese days, in the care oftthv above cotmplnints, Indeed, too tntch cannot be said in its favor, for there is tnothing more certi, thtan its ellicacy in the tmatters for whtih tt is recommended, atnd thte speed andl perfee tion of its entres a suich as to htave the appear ance of being miraculous. No houtse should be without this almtost universal oitntment, for the imates of all hotnses are liable to scalds,scr atch-. es, cuts, hrnises, burns, corns, chapped lips. &c. &c. &c.; fromi any or all of which thtey catt receive bttt little injttry ii thtey have a box af Ilarrisoin's turivalled specific to contend witht thtett. Foar Piles and Salt Rhenmn it sur paisses all othter remedies. For sale by T. Risley, H-amtburg; anal .J. D.T TBBETrTS, FEdgefreld Coturt Hloutse, S. C. july 28 Gim 27 HIEALTH'l MADE EASY. D R. L E R OY'S~ VEG ETA BLE UNIVERSAL PILLS5." Il E startling drawhack on ntearly all 10c dicinal Agents has ever breen thmat in threir tirocess oaf puirgationt and~ puiriftcntionr they have rlso Debilitated thec System.-ienace Purgative aledicmies have always beena regealed as at best htt a Neccessar3 Eri, Patienrts reaorting to item fr the relief of' one disease at thre exprence of anoter.-To obiviate thtis Physicians have long sought for an Agenit that wontid at 'the satmie time PURGE, PURIIFY and STRLENGTII EN. But their elforts were ttearly fruitless, nrd they had alnost despaired of success when the labrors of sciencee, turd researcht were re wrded by a discovery which fully realized thre fordest diesires of the Mledical Factulty, and which is jnstly regnrded as one of the mnostitm portnt TIrrinmphs thrat Pharnmacy hras ever a chievd.-Th'kis inrportant udesiderataum is itnm ed Dr. LE ROY'S VEGETABLE UNIVER. SA L P1 LLS, whlich purify the Blood aind re mrae all coarnpt, anid vitiated humors. and unr. atly acenrtmlations front tire body itn a man tier nrever betore rivalled, and which yet pro duce no weakness or lassitude whatever, but on the conitrary, tonre tire Stomach and inivigo rate tire constituation ditrinrgthec progress of their opaeratins! Dr. Le Roy's Pills. ini tact hute thase hreetofore i rreconrcilable, btut most desir arle qualities, Evacuation arid lInvigoration, tor they are at the samte time ia STI R ENGTI H EN I NG PURGATIIVE, trnd a PURIFYING TO NIC. rThe two principle ingredients irn Dr. Le Roy's Pills are WVILD CHIERtRY and SAlR SA PAl RLL:A, so prepared that each promotes tre bentelicial effect aif thre othner, the frmier strengteiniag, while thre latter, throngh its tunion wit variorus vegetabrle inrgredhients, evacuates, nrd putrilies-thas they superinduce no torpid. iy or lassitude of~ tire Digestive F'uncins, anda hene their operations arre attended by nio Re atiarni, air su bsequtenat Corstivenecss. . Dr. Le Roy's Pilis are the maost active and seahig aledicinie in aexistenice. Thecy at once attack tire very rout of Diseases. anda their ac tio is so piromp', that iat ain hour air two after they atre takena. the pantient is arware of their good elects. Thiey noat only op~erate on the Utlad, ihat ab.o ont thre chyle, of whaichr the blood is forred, anal tis secures good brlood from thre fonontin htead, mtoteover they prodnee !2attther nanse, gripitng air debniility, natd as a fnnn hy Medicine thtey htave no rival.-Pice 25 CENTs pier Box. Fir salt lay 1. D. TIIUBETT'S, Edgelel . I.. S f. july-7 fttn 21 N Lat entp Iona afi r U dina ,. r rb . . e dimvaryi, and Thdmas G.'. There will.be only oned61 'o The Managers will iet at House on the %Vedcnesday. follo-Mig; votes and declare tie election. TilO. G. BA CON, Edgepfeld C. I1. 26th Oct. 1817. October27 10 Ioticc. SLI, those indelted to the estate of Clarity 'AlJohnson, dec'd., are reqnested tonmakc immediate lnyment., and these haVIngiR fd to prescnt them properly atiested. C. B. GOULDEN,< S1MEON ATTAWAY, Aidministaos jnly7 if 2 Notice. ALL persons Iddebted to the estate o1:.Dv. AAngustms W. Burt, dec'd., .rrequdtced to make immediate payment, and ihose avi. demands aginst said estate, arerequested to' present them foi payment. prely at -WI. BI. U Adm, junne 16 f 2 Yotfce. A LL those indebted to the old firm oEPries ley & Bryan, either by Note or Aeerfnte are requesteI to come forward . and setle up. We are compelled to bting the hiisinensdo# close. E. B. PRESLEY, B. C. BRYAN. September7, 187. i T NOTICE. A LL Persons indebted to .the Estate o A George Pope, deceased, are ierebpiet& , fled that it is absolutely necessary to61fitlL the money due the Estate, and that th do not pay will be stied before retuin y The Notes are in the hands of N. L. Griffin or J. W. Gibbs, Esqrs. THUS. ff. POPE, Executor. Jan 3 '-:2 Notice. A LL Pertons having any demiinde ogmiinit the estates of Thos. Reyniolds, Sena.,:and tThos. Reynolds. Jr., are hereby required to'at end in the Ordinary's Office,. onlMoiny the 3rd day of January next, and .present their demands poperly attested, asq.desf- to close up the estate. NANCY REYNOLDS, Admiistraz. augnm- +3 07 After ten years constant' extierica in" the Warehouse Busiess,. reilrnm self fully competent to disdinge~rn bin in my line, which may be'trusted.i;r-i'eid and after the very recent inparrallea deprcsia tmon in the price of the greatstnple, otton,'and. as the Planters are alone able to stay th~db-j - ward tendency by holding their cropinbikfor, a time, until the present: nmarrased. s tat-of commercial alTairs subside..-And tpmaisiat ini. so doing, I propose to store Cotto'nt th f1Oljvyf ing rates, viz-25 cents foroie first fouir iionths, 37A mo to We thetu riA *4ud unI us~ma r J.T.. JUST RECEIVED, A NEWV lot of very snperior Bacen, which will be sold low for. CASH.- . Also-A lut of fine Flour. - w june 9 -iu .t 2 0.S liayley's here Yet U t SAShl mamde at 6A cents per liltht>..for alh' Sash containing 15 lights to -the window anid upwards, all windows containing les7'ets. All kinds of FURNITURE ufaiteto lirder, at the old stand, 1 mile from Gilgal Chareh, and 17 fromn Cambridge, upon the alartintownt road. All orders left at this office wvill be attended to. W M. BAYLEY. anst 25 tf ~3L Abbeville Banner andl Anderson Gazetteeco py three times. RYE F~OR SALE 4O lEnshels ItY E nEED, of best quality . for sale by the snberibers. G. L & E. PENN. sept tf . '3 LAWV NOTICE. lIE undersigned will practice in partner shmdip in the Courts of Law and Equity. for Edgelield District. TH OMAS II. POPE,. W. WV. A DA MS.' october 20 3m -~39 NOTI0CE. ANY Persons wvirhing PIANNO'S TUNED Acant be attended to, by applying to Mir. Aaron A. Clark, Edgefield C. H.; by'letter or otherwise. mny 7 - tf 24 Notice. T H E ubererhaving been appointed b - h.. rannion, Assignee of the stok in trade, and assets of the I'.rm of G. W.[, 13. Birannon, hereby requires paymenlt-norn all the debtors of said firmi, whbo wish to~ae coste. L. II. MUNDY, Assignee.. november 17 3m- 43 Stateor South Caroina,. EIGGEF1E LD DISTRICT, IN TIlE~ CO URT OF W.WINAltY. 29th of Oetseker, 1847. Simeon. A ttoway & wvif.App1ts. Summent rs sM Fanney Gonhden & others Def'ts., Pardior. IT appearing to my satisfmetionl that Seth, llazel. Ihitamn Ahnoey and wire Willey,~hn at-m laze1 and wife lnidah. Rthody Moss Jni Moss amnd wife Luceinda, Miorris Johnson. Bilnford JImhnmson, cod Pickoens Johnson, lives withont the litmitsq of tbis State, it is therefore. ordoredl, that they do appear and object to the Division or salo of the Real Esate t- .Chaz Johnson, deceased, on or before rIhe firstMor dy in March next, or their'corst t same will he entered of Record. (ven ~e miy hand in the Court of Urdi , the~a date abuo tyritten, -- JOHNJL , .Noy 3 p mm ~ ~ .