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BY virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
nias, to me directed, I will proceed to sell
- t Edgefield Court House, on the first
Monday and Tuesday following, in March
next, the. following property, in the f1I
lowing:named cases, to.wit:
Bennett Perry vs B.. F. Corley, Ar'htu
Dozier, and other*, severally, vs the same,
three negro slaves, by name, Ann, Charity.
and Eff, two mares, and one mule.
N. K. Butler & Co. vs Elizabeth Car
ter, and Rudolph. Carter; George Parrott
vsthe same; W. W. Geiger, and othess,
severally, vs Elizabeth Carter, the follow
ing negro slaves, viz: Steven, Ned, Ma
riab, Aggy, -Rose, Nety, Duris, George,
and Nelly, the property of the defendant
N. K. Butler & Co., vs. Rudolph Car
terW.; . W. Geiger, and others, severally,
s the same, and Elizabeth Carter, the
following property, viz. three negro slaves,
by -name Rose, Netty, and Duris, fiv'e
males, one horse, and one wagon and rear,
property of the defendant Rudolph Car
-Thomas Powers, bearer, vs Joseph A.
Jones, and .Lewis Jones, jr., one negro
John Hill. Ordinary, for John S. Ardis,
and others, vs Milledge Galplin, and U.
Atkinson. the tract of land where the de
fendant Milledge Galphin lives, containing
two hundred and firty acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of Samuel Clark, Mary
Butler, and others. -
William Daniel, and others, vs Nancy
Oliver, one negro girl by the name of
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
- feb16. St 4
I . virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
- cias, to me directed. I will proceed
to sell at Edgefield Court House, on the
1ret Monday and Tuesday -following, in
March next, the. following property, in
the following cases, viz:
George Parrott vs Elizabeth Carter; N.
K. Butler & Co. vs the same, and Rudolph
Carter; James C. Cobb, and others, seve
rally, vs. -Elizabeth Carter, the tract of
land whereon .the defendant Elizabeth
- Carter now resides, containing three thou.
sind acres, more or less, adjoining land of
John Wise. John Marsh, and others.
James M. Richardson and J. S. Guig
nard'ivs Siarling Turner and Elizabeth
Turner, theItract of land whereon the de
en'dant Elizabeth Turnerlives, containing
dtfi hindred: acres, more or less, adjoining
-ids- Simeon Attaway, Mary Trotter,
-kWYattHolines,,-and others, vs. C. W.
- Coihran, and 1.1 B. Cochran, the traci of
18u Whereon the defendant C. W. Coch
mnlites containing? three.bundred acres,
-o 46~tnlsifadjoining land-of Mrs. Mary
Cirioilff.Ki-44ease aad- others..
- mba vs. John
Bea r tacres, more or inas.
-an 'wioh' thbreis-two!.dwellings and out
builnss ad Brick Ytrd, the lbt, ad
joins-landeofE EB. Presley, Win. Morris,
.ad others. -
#Esseurs of David Richardson vs. Aa
rod'Clarik,'the tract of land whereon the
-Tefendsn: lives, containirig one hundred
tgnd twenty-Grve acres, more or less, adjoin
sag land of John Glaze, Michael Witt, and
Thomras J. Dyson, and others, severally.
we. A. G. Leeke, the tract of lnnd whereon
the-defendant lives, containing two hun
dred and twer..ty-two acres, nmre or less,
* ~ djoining land of said Thvmas J. Dyson,
Daniel Proctor, William Mlays, Sen'r.,
John C. Carmichael vs. W. T,. West;
* Wright, Nichols & Co. and others vs. the
same, the tract of litnd wheroon the de
fendant lives, containing three hundred
acres, more or less, adjoin-ing lands of' B.
Howard, and others.
Terms of Sale Cash.
S. CHRISTiE, S. E. D.
feb14 . 4t 4
STATE OF SOUT H CA ROLINA.
IN T HE COUR T OF ORDIN&RtY.
Eliza Padgett, '
-' vs. - . Summons in
* r:tr A-mm Padget t, Partition.
atnd others.. .
BY an Order f'rom Johnm Il1ll, Esquire,
r4rdinary of the District. afone,.aid,- I n ill
proceed to sell at Edgelield (C'out flouse,
en the firmit Monday in March next, the
'lands bielonginig to thme estate of Dryden
NPadgenm, doceased, situate itt the said Dis
rrict, viz~. one sixth part of a' tract of land,
seontaining two hundred 'and forty neres-,
more or less, adjoining lands of Arthur
Nadgett, Sanguel Padgett and others, of
which said tract, thme said Sam. Padgett is
n'ow in possession, and is thte ow ner of the
remaimni'ng five-sixtht, also t wo other tracta
land, viz: one tract containing .iwo lhun
t dred and, twelve acres, more or lass, lying
ren Poplar Branch, waters of Richland
treek, waters of Little Salude River; the
ether tract of lanid: containing one hutndred
Kand twenty six acres, imore or less, adjoint
i lag lands of Smith and Maya, Josiah Pad!
e gett and others. Sold on a credit-.until the
* 96rst.of January next. Purchasers will be
= estequired to give bond and two approved
ILaureties, and a mortgage of the premises to
:the Ordinary to tecure the purchase money
Cost to be paid itn cdsh.
S. CHRISTIE, 5. E. D.
~r Feb15 - 3 4
~ POUNDS prime Siroul
~ ders, ror sale at 8 cents a
pound, by R. S. ROBERTS.
Jso ury26i. ti J
Dr. and MIrs. Jones,
WE ILL open as heretofore advertised, on
Monday the 7th ofFebruary. The ar
Fangements are as follows. A Primary Depart
ment, ynnior, Middle and Senibr Classes.
In the Primary .Deparnent.
Spelling. Reading, Writing and Ele.
nientary Anthmetic, $5 00
In the Junior Class.
Spelliig, Reading, Writing, Grammar,
Arithitetic. Primary Geography,
Abiidged.History, Composition, 8 00
In-the Middle Class. -
Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithme
tic extended, Grammar.and Pars.
ing, General Geography, History
of United States and of England,
Astronomy, Chemistry, Natural
Philosophy, Composition, 10 00
' jn the Senior Class.
Ancient Geography, General History,
Critical Reading, Rhetoric. Logic,
Botany, Chemistry and Natural
Philosophy, 4lgebra, Geometry,
Latin with a view. to a more tho.
-rough understanding of English, 12 00
Instruction in Music, ' 15 00
do do French, . 12 00
The yearwill be divided into four quarters
of eleven weeks each, commencing as follows
1st of January, 15th of March ist of June, and
1st of October.
Books, Stationary, &c., will be furnished at
prices to cover expenses only.
N. B. The present quarter (to commence on
the 7th of February,) will be charged as a half
CHEAP CASU STORE!
N E W G 0 0 D 8.
BIRD'S EYE DIAPER and Irish Linens
-B Cotton Flannel at 12j cents a yard,
Turpentine Soap at 121 cents a bar,
Small sized Carron Pots and Ovens,
Collins' best Axes,
Misses' Leghorn Bonnets at $2 50 each,
Missepsplit Straw Bonnets at $1 00 eacb,
Steel Bug Clasps and Tassells,
Steel BEvds No. 8,
Black Alpacas at 25 cents a yard,
Rabbit Pincushions at 25 cents each,
Philadelphia Nails 6 cents a pound,
Soda Biscuit at 12j cents a pound,
New Starch 121 cents a pound,
Ginger and Pepper 12 cents a pound, togeth
er with a large stock of DRUGS and M ED -
ICINES, for sale by -
R. S. ROBERTS.
R. S. RoBERTs having practised for some
years as a Physician gives advice without any
charge when selling Medicine.
january 26 tf 1
The particular attention of Country Mer
merchants is requested to the following
ROGAN & THOMPSON,
No. 30 North Fourth street.
-NNOUNCE to their friends,.and to mer;
enerally, that their stock of Books
j. cuming business season.
%8fl891 - d better aaerted -than
nwill embrgee every.
- -ia heirigern
edneed idiisgli~ t- ili
iihe'e oferediting sm'allmorrnts,
ezpense irr efreollectiongand
-a . - .inow sell.only for.CASH, or-such
negotiuhle notes as are sure tob'e -paid in bank
at their maturity, the saving to those who choose
todeal in this inane: will be a very consider
abli per dentage on their purchasds.
Few dealer, in the cortitry buy more than
S200 worth'ofetationery 'n a season; many not
over one-half, and a large portion not more than
one-fourth or that amount. There is not a
dealer, therefore, who visits Philadelphia who
would be itnconvenienced by paying these
a nrtrf sirns i'n Cash, and as eaCh Can save mo
ney by doing so, HI. &. T. believe thiey are of
fermn. an mincement which will gladly be em
braced by those wno make their purchases in
Phiiladelphia. Those who enter into suia an
arrangement witl be enabled to sell at prices
mnch below their fouimer rates at honme, and.
will consequently rerap ir larger aggregte pro
fit from the increased amount oftheirsales.
Havng a PRINTING OFFICE fur copper
plate and type work, and tin extensive BIND'
ERY, H. & T. are prepared to fill orders from
Da-nks a-nd Public Offices, when forwarded
tbrnugh merchants, at extuemely low prices.
Phdladelphia Janauar3y 13, 1848.
February 2 lim '
?Iore Newi Goods,
AT RCOBERtTS' CH EAP CASH STORE!
01BGcheanyCoffee, at l010s.-for',
Aother hogshe-ad of th; -ieap t
gar 1-2lbs. for S-1 00',
Another of~that magnificent Sugar 10Oibs. for
Some mnore cheap Teas at I24 ciuts a sett,
Solar , and side, Lard Lamps,
Dinune r Plates at 25 cents a sett,
Double reflned crashied Sugar, 8 pounds for
Brown cotton Duill at 1243 cents a yard,
Plaid and striped l'untaluon stuff 10 ets. to 20
cents a yard.
Coates' Spool Cotton and Bates' Needles,
T1urpenitiile Soa p at 8 cents a hound by the
box, (,r 124 cents a bar by the single bar,
No. I Mack~areh ini kits at $3 00, also bcy-retail,
Britannia Teaspoons, 124 to 374-vents asett,
do Tablespoons, 374 cenits a sett,
Collins' warranted Axes, at $1 124 cents-each;
Seed Potatoes arid Garden Seeds,
For sale by
R. S. ROBZRTS.
Who has also Le Roy's Pills, Peters' and
Sencer's Pills, Porous anid Poor Marts Plas
ter, Cement for Glass arid Chiia-, with a foil
stock of Patent and all her M EDICINES.
february 2 tf 2
TU H E subscriber is now receiving a fresh
GROCE RIES. CRUCKE RY, ItARi
W AR E, Si&OES, H ATS,
anid DRY GOOUDS
Fine and comimon brown SUG A.RS.,
Loaf and cla rified' db
Laguira and Rio COFFEE,
Fine English CIHEr:SE,
Fresh RICE ; irish P'OTA TOES, -
adreth's GARDEN SEEDS,
RAISINS, and A LMONDS.
Spertnand Taullow CANDLES',
With many other articles too tedions to men'
ton, which: will be-sold on the most accommo
datiig terms~ .BYN
january 2J tf 52
T E FemaleKesd' AJd
field Court, Hise,Dt6-a& :10h6
will be opened oi Tuesday t h
under the direction of-Miss MiR ?' 1 'he
favorable character of Miss Jub a 6i
sent instructress has beeiaesta Vril
lections oftheDistric bytj dif.f
severalj*eais'teac d u end r
to the jatronage of aren
7Wrms of , Tutny P
Spelling, ReadingWriting i
With the above, Grammnar Histb G
Vith the above, Natural and
losophy and Composition, &cyV.p200
Music, and uge of Piano,-.
Boarding cnu be had in e'vea FU2 a.
$7 per mouth.
Payments at the end, of eac b
NOR MAL *SOfl
M Y School opens the 17th offf1'b ? : ib at
JVUmy Farm. Numbeir j!- &W
If well classed, an efficient 'Tidi e 'ro.
perly manage and insru itinA se
a competent Assistant: CdstofnThfiiiy
apparatus, reading room ai idiiy i'um
six hundred dollara. P
tioned by the Institutor is necessary tornaintain
a natural proportion b6twesh p.odi liige
ti growth ard action. Sevda hi i Pi.l-be
daily employed in- nxercisesjuIrely eliblfitic.
Four hours recreation.
I respectfully solicit ocsionailly tObidfeS
.sional services of clergyien of the christian
denominations. From these" gentemei, iec
tures to my family and pupils not sactriins
will be acceptable, I was raised under thie-deci
pline of the Baptist. SectarianiidHialsiad'y
plied and religion abused, when'meigeisisitbe
discipline of a schuol. - Thii propositionItask
permission to estahlish in -giving. my'_pauof
teaching to the reading and thiki blic
which I wish to do through' thedatifdiim 9i
press. I taught the Presbyterian o at
Greenwood last year and tendertheiPistrons
my acknowledgements for kindas:and'ftter
ing patronage. It i proper for "me to s#y that
I have confidence in the high- ichdlItof the
Baptists and Presbyterians at Greenwodfand
wish that the public spirited maniaer in 'which
the Institntions respectively aregotteabp "will
reap a satisfactory patronage.''.A.
Boarding (except lights) per montbn 4$7.00
English Class, J e - 00
Classical and Mathematical,
Address Woodville, or 19ew Market, Post
Office, Abbeville Dis.. 8, C. -s" -
J. W. JONES, rinipal.
Jan 21 4t i.2
T HE Subscribers announe'to their frieads
and :he public, that they a iie op'ened
the house formorly occupied 8 M aBRyin;
in Edgefield village, and are ire dt'reocom
modate all those who may favor tie inj1itb their
patronage, with comfortable far i elves
Their Table will be always p i .sith the
best the market affords, and attededits by
obliging and competent servai:1itiiMIfl
Their Stables will he uttended irstrate
ostlers, who will be' in' waitit I rs, by
day or night, to see tiat horses tao
ken-care of. CHARLES
F OR the next yearen l b
terms. .A buidingfv;bl
Dru Storeo-'L wOfieo
c~a ''afoed by
phank and 'Wi'dtrsa6f~K
ident ofthe MexicaiiiW4j~ Q6
hi.e becomebdibled insthe se
vita all those entitledeto o mak
known their case'w uois aseaiIry ~ 'ce s
tihe Governor proposes by thea1 hito'dis.
tribute the Fund. Capitairns Efi Co'iyianiesj
will do a favor to us, roohrten ..notice at
their next Company musters. T~?
THOS. 2 1ACN'
WM. P. B ELER.
jnnunty%5 i~ tf -1
1YI E D I C I NE ,
-fN offecring this valunble 1adil1ee f the peo[
Eple of S. Carolina for the rilief'ind cure of
many disieases incident to & Soaliirn climate,
I do not claim for it inifallibilit dieithido I
say it will enre ail diseirsew. -Bu ift
CHRONIC LIVER AFFECTIONS
A ND DYSP EPS.~
1 can confidently advise and recommend its
use, from rry peramal observatiohi'and use of
the article in my own practice. This article is
favorably received whqrever it lies beer. used.
I any alowed to refer-to Mr.' Gdsigc Heard of
Troup. Mtr. John Warren of Columbus. Mr.
McAffee of Cobb, Mr. Asbify Hll' of Athens,
Mr. William Di. Terrell of 'PjdamwRev'd.
John E. Dawson of La'gran&'1t~ ioidly a
great number of names ni'ght b4Pi'ded, :who
bear their testimony to its valser
- abitual costiveness is found vef fregiuently
comiected with feeble -constiintiania, arid per
sons of sedentnry hahrits' which' oflen exert a
very uiifavorable inufinence-uiitifthe genera-l
haekth of the subject: and is' pii'idltarly mani
fasted' by a restless and despondingg'staecof the:
mind, irregular if not a' loss of npge" itne For:
this condition of' the systent~ this'aricle is confi-.
dently recommended with the poitive assur
ance thtiWhioe spoel Uted so as
not to move tho bowels too at fyrelief may
be relied on, without any, edilrlSieast'6fihe
unpleasant consequences,- resaiting from (re
use of the common purging rhetdicmes tosually
resorted to. This- article will be fou-nd to act'
as a pleasant' cordial and tonio'freitoring the
appetite, and at thme sarme time- fidfihling every
indicationi that the common purigin edicines
are designed' to effect.
There nre some cois'titutionsiilble to regn-'
har attacks of Bilions fee aihostdevery fell,
to such, I recommend the, use of this'Medicine,.
beginrninmg at leatby the middle Msy, or first
Many persons -whose Digestive organs are
feeble, often experience a seiso uies
weight, and oppressi,~'abot ttiltinach af
ter eating-in such cases a d'ose'dfithis- medi
cine- will often afford immediate tl'ef.
Piegnant' women oflen sufferftom hiear
linr and costiveness, they mantsijeihe article
without the least danger and with great benefit,
linasick or nervous head.ache, it is a most valn
I could.append'a long list'of certificates, hut
forbear, preferringto.rely on thertue-ofrthe4
medicine to sustain itself.'The-merlicine is a
gentle and certain cathartic- toni didbifice.
JOEL B 'l(HAM'.
. 'tnoGeorgia. .:.
For sale By Robert AndersiiLiberty Hill,
Cheatem&d Settle, Duntonsvillo' Ulhrles Free
man, Cairo P. 0.,and ''T~'
sept. 8 *:.Ij 33
Brought to the JAil.
0 F this District, a Malatto man, who says
his name is HIRAM. and that he belongs
to Mr.'Johnt Harrison, of Fairfield District, S.
C. Said fellow is about.five feet six inches
Sigh, between 23 and 25 years of age, bright
complexion' He has a scar under the left eye
said fellow says he ranaway sometirme in July
or August last.
The owner is requested to come forward,
prove:pfropierty, pay charges, and take him
away or he will be dealt with as the law directs.
C. H. GOODMAN, J. E. D.
januaif 5 tf 50
-B.1rought to the Jail
F hiu District, a negro ma, who
says his name is ELIAS, and that
he belongs to Mr. George Calloway. of
Oglethorp ?ounty, Georgia. Said fellow
is about. five feel, two and a half inches
iigh, between 18 and 20 years of age, and
of a bright copper complexion. He has a
scar, over-his right eye, aud also one under
his left eye.
The owner is requested to come forward
prove property, pay charges and take him
away, or he will be dealt with a: the law
C. H. GOODMAN, Jailor.
Feb 16 4 tf
BDrought to the Jail
F this District, a negro man, who
. says his name is CHARLES, and
that he belongs to MrWilliam Haskell, of
Charleston, S. C. Said fellow is about
fivi feet six inches high, between 45 and
50 years of age, and of dark complexion;
nearly all of his upper fore teeth are out.
He says he ranaway from his master's
plantdtion id Abbeville. He has a scar on
his right cheek near his nose.
The owner is requested to come forward,
prove property, pay charges and take him
away, or he will be dealt with as the law
C. H. GOODMAN, Jailer.
Feb16- 4 if
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uk* sfuliiiellgence to children and young
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#dec'20 ~ j f~t49
A~ytIN ORDIN ARYs- -
eMarga'ret"Head;>Applicant, .-- ) Summes
3am1, McCrary and others, D'ffls. Partition.
rT appreiringsto my satisfaction, that James
- MeCra'ry> Thomas McCrary, and John
McCrary, distributees in the above stated case,
reside beyond the limiits of this State, it is-thtere
forec'ordered, that they do appear in the Court
'of Ordinary-for the District of Edgefield and
State of South Carolina, on or before the third
day of-April ntext, to show cause. if any, why
the real estate of Ann McCraryfdec'd., shtould
not be sold or divided, or thmeir- contsent to the
same will be entered of record. 't..
Given under my hand, at mnyjoll're, thisth
27th December 1847.
JOHN HfLL, 0. E. 1W.
'dec 29' 3m 49
A-LU those indeh~ted to time estate of Charity
Johnson, dec'd , ore reqluested to make'
immediate payment, and these hiavling detnands
to-present them properly attested.
- C. B. GOULDEN,
july7 t f 24
A.NY Persons withiing PIANNO'S T UNED
car, be attended to, by applying to Mr.'
Aron A., Chirk, Edgeficld .C. H.; by letter
Jly 7 y' tf' 2'4
D'ABBEY would respectfu-lly inform-his
U - frienids and pattons=, thiathe has remot
ed his H ARNESS amid SAD DLERY SHOP
to the house lately occupied by Mr. Fields as
Bakery. opposite C. H. Goodman's Bar room
january 5t tf 50
T.IHE Subscriber itnforms his friends amid time
public, that lie is prepared to Board chit
dren going to'School at the Pottersville A cade
my, af Five Dolla'fs per month. Piurents and
others placing their children tinder his care,
thit .their wants'will'be strictly attenaded to.
januat'y 14' - tf 51
~'R M heStr'ayed
RMhesubscriber, about three or four
mUnonths- ago, i- white COW, with din
ttdew, liar right hip is out of place. she was also
marked with a smooth crop iih the' left and amn
underbit and a swallow fork in the right ear.
She carried with liar two CALVES, one a'
Steam and the other a Yearling, of nearly the
mani color as .the mother. Any itnformation
of 'thi- will be thankfully raceived.
january 14 tf 51
ALL persons having any demands against
the estate of 'James 8! PFoe,dee'd., are re
puestedito present them properly attested, as it
is our intention to pay them as fast as our col
actions may enable us. And all pe~rse inls
debted to said estate are requosted' to nmake
THOS. H. POPE,
-. H-. WILSON,
Graefenberg Company's Oflee
50 Broedway New
York.-T1'his is to cer
tify that 24r. GmORGxIC
BRuERia of the State'
A@Qf) ofGeorgia, is deify up.
pointed the General
Agent of this Compa
ny in and for the State
of South Carolina and
Georgia, and is anthor
, ited to establish Local
Depots therein, and to
- grant rights to vend
the Company's Medicines. Every'Agent must
have a certificate with the seal of the Compa
ny thereunto, signed by its Secretary and coun
tersigned by the.aforesaid General Agent. No
otie is authorised to sell the Company's Medi
dines without such certificate.
EDWARD BARTON, Sec'ry.
The undersigned is fully prepared to establiSh
a GRAEFENBERG DEPOT in all places of
proper size in S. Carolina- and Georgia. Im.
mediate application should be made, personal
ly or by letter to George Brainerd, agent, No.
10, layne street, Charleston. As there' will
probably be but one Depot in a town or vil
lage, the agency will be very valuable.
The celebrated Medicines of the GRAEF
ENBEILG COMPANY are rapidly. and com
pletely supetceedig all others. Where once
ed n ne thinks of using any others.
Their character is best explained by the fact
that THIRTY THOUSAND BOXES OF
THEIR PILLS ALONE ARE SOLD EACH
AND EVERY WEEK.
Certificates upon certificates from all parts
of the country are constantly received, testify
ing to 'heir wonderful powers. Their efficacy
is almost immediately felt, so that a single box
will show the invalid whether they are or are
not doing him good. The sick should at once
abandon all other iedicines and give these
Vills a fair trial.
The operations of the Company throughout
the world are of unprecedented ingnitude, tie
high and commanding character of which has
received the unqualified approbation of distin
guished Clergymen, Jurists, philantropists, and
the public generally. The Patent Mlledicine
business is assuming an entirely new position
through the Graefenberg Courpany. Almost
every faily in the land has occasion to use
some kind of patent medicine, and an organiia
tion like that of this Company is df paramount
public in1portance; By this mreans, feliable
niedicines may be had
The leading article to which public attention
is invited is
TME GRAEFENBURG VEGETABLE
The following complaints yield with ceriaiiff
to their power
Asthma, Fever and Ague
Bilious Complaints Green Sickness;
Bowels-deficient ac- Gripes,
tion in Heartburn,
Cough of Pregnancy, Incontithence ofiirine,
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint;
Dyspeptic Consump- Meastraation, supprew
tion, sed or pirinftil,
Digestion-.imperfect, Nervous Disorder*,
Epilepsy, . Paralysis,
Fever-low Nervous, Rhenmatism,
Inteimittent, Remit- Stomach-various dis.
tent, - eases,
Fluor Albns, or , White.r,
In all-the Chronic Coldtajnti g
affectiona of theitdmach aid biowelin i
lible. Pride 50 cents a bottle, wvith amplle i
T HE GREEN MOUNTAIN VEGETADLF
OlNTMENT.-Wherever infiammdtion exists
this.Ointnmnt is a positive and unfailing reme
dy. Price 25 and 50 cts. a box.
THE GRAEFENBERG E-EVER AND A
GUJE PIL LS-The most implicit reliance may
be placed on these Pills They are the only
positive cure's known, aind should be tried by
all who suffer fronm this disorder. Price $1 a
'l'UE GRAEFENBERG EfE LOTiON
For distordors of thme eyes this Littion has no
equal. It is comnponiided upon the most scien
ti fic principles,anid is pterformed extraordina
rycures. For violent inframmiation, dimness
and failing of the sight, weakness of the eyes.
involuntaiy weeping. foreign substances i the
eye, &c., it is a positive and speedy cure. Price
25 cents a bottle, with full directions.
TH E GRAERFENBERG HEALTH BiT
TERS-Sovereign to build up the enervated
system, to restore die appetite, and clear the
skin. Price 25 cents a package.
GR A EI EN BERG S.ARSAP'AR ILLA
COM POUND-Warranted to make twvoqgnarts
superior in quality to any in the wvorli. Prico
$1 a- bottle.
GEORGE BRAINARD, Agent.
And for sale by
R.' 8. ROBE RTS<
Edgefield Court Honmis'e, S. C.
And in Charlestoin, by NELSON CA RTE R,
opplosite the Chatrleston hfotel; A MOS H EA D,
opposite thme P. 0. anid 263 King-st. Charlestoni.
WM. IJAINES, Augusta, Ga.
JO HN L E MMON. Milten, S.. C.
M. LElIMON, Winsborough, S C.
january 21 , 3m 52
MI R. ROFF. whoii hhld conditionally ani in
tL.E erest in the right of Edgefield District,
to Hultchkiss' Rteictioni Mill Wheels, (Patent)
lhts never comnpliedl with said condition, thero
faire he~ hoilds no itntereast, and has ito right te
sel! or tma e any contract for said Wheels.
Wie, the indersignied are the owners, of said
right, and a tight piurchaesed from any other,
unless our agent, will not he good.
Mr. J. T. WV anaxa, wo authorise, with fuoi
power to act as onr agent.
COTH RAN & MOORE.
March T, 1847. .tf 6
SOUTH CAROLINA. .
iN T HE COMtMON PLE As.
Henry B3. Gleason, Deduarat ion
Is. - - in
Jitmes H. .Tones,'& Co. Attacinnent.
TH E Plaintiffii the ahove case, having
this day filed his Deciaration in my of-,
flee,; and the D'efendant having' neither wife
nor attorney, known t'o residb withitn the limits
ol this State, on- whom a copy of the said. De
claration, with a rule- to plead, can be-served.
On motion of %nr. Gray, Attorney for Plainitiff',
It is ordered, That the said Defendant appear
and'plead to the said Declaration, w~ithini a'year
and a diay from the date hereof, 9or- final' and'
absolute judgment will bie awarded~against him
T HO. G. BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, May 26, 18474. qly 19
STATE OF SOUTH CAROL[
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Miller, Ripley & Co.
vs. - CA.SA
Brannon & Anderson,
Howatl & Garmany,
Brannon & Anderson,
D. & A. Wesson, t
Branndn & Anderson
Jonas Conkling & Co;
Brannon & Anderson,
Seaman & Psck, survivors,
Brannon & Anderson.
F. D. Fanning & Co.
Brannon & Anderson,
R OBERT AND ERSON, one of the deeifn.
dants in the above stated case,-being now
in the custody of tho Sheriffof EdgeftelaDie
trict, by virtue of writs of capias ad satiafacie
dum, at the suits of the rerpective plainiffiimn
the above named caser, and having filed onoat
a schedule of his whole estate and effecter
and personal. with a view to obtaia -the benet
of the Acts of the Legislature of this State,o -
ionly called the Insolvent Debtors Ac
motion of Mr. Adams, Defendant's Attorne -
Public notice is hereby given, to the said Miiltr'l".
Ripley & Co., and all others-the creditorai
the said Robert Anderson, that- the said p
tion will be heard and considered on Friday- the' ,
seventeei.th day of March next, at'Edge I
Court House, ot on such. other day as 53
Court may order, during the term, commenJc C
ing on the first Monday of Match next satd"
place, and the said Miller, Ripley& Co., and '
all others, the creditors of the sad RobertjAu. S
derson, are hereby commanded then and'there,
either personally or by attorney, to show ause,-.
if any they can, why the petition of .theisaid
Robert Anderson, should not be hearda:dtt
granted, and he bedischarged frqm coannient
y complying with the Acts aforesaidaccord
ing to the terms of said Acts.
THO. G. BACON, Clr
Clerk's Office, Dec'r. 17th, 1847. -
dec 17 - - 47
State of South Carblina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICTi .
IN TE ^COMMON PLEAS
Millers,Ripley & Co,
Vs. C 8
Branrvon & Anderso:1
Howard & Garmany,
Brannon & Andersor
D. & A. Wesson,
s. ' id.
Brannon & Andersonr
Jonas Conkling & Co.
Brannon & Anderson,
Seaman & Peck, survitrs;
Bran non & Anderson,
F.D. Fanning & Co.
Brannon & Anderson,:.
W. B. Brannion.
W ILLIAM -R.--BRANNON,
W.V Defendants in ,tbe abovi'namdcue& ,
who is now intbecustod' of-teSheuiff -
Districfof Edgifield;,0yvus -
puts ad. satisfacisi u6
spect ied linoii~t'~o~j~
first nody~~ tateit
arrd thesaid Millers, iploy& Cd.,
Garmanj, D. &i.A. .Wesson, -J~nas At. C
ling & Co., 8'eatnvn & Pe1ss-vivd, FD.
Fanning & Co., and John .W.Miirdy, hearer,
and all others, the creditors efth siad"Wil
hiam B.- Brannon, are hereby- cmmanded,
either personally or by attorney, thee anail thero
to show cause, if any they can, Whytboyetition
of the said William B. Brannon should not be
heard andgranted, ancrhe be discharged frotm
'ontlnemenat, by complying tithd the- Aets
atforesaid, according to- the t'e'rms of the'said
Acts. T HO. G. BACON,- Clerk.
decembe'r 8' 3m 46
STAT&E OF SOUTHI CAROLINA.
EDGE FIELD D1STkfCT.
IN THlE COMMON PLEA&~
Baiker and Hart,
- vs. Declaration bs'Atach.
John W. Graves.- mant.
T H E Plaantiffin the atbove case, having
this day filed- his Declarationi in my
Oflice. and the Defendant having'neitheywaie
nor Attorney, known to reside within the'limits
of this State, on whom a copy of said Declara
tion, with a' rule to plead can be servid ;-On
nmotion of Bauskett, attorney for plaintiff, or
dered, that the said Defendantappeafend plead --
to said Declaration, wi'thin a year and a day
fros the date hereof, or judgment will be
awarded against him by default.
TH-O. G. BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Oflice, Edgefield C.-H. 1W Jan. 1848.
january 21' f'av~i 5.2
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
. IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
Thonmas P. -Mimner. Declaration.
vs. '- in Attachment.
TLIE Plain~tiff in the abofe' c'aso, having
Ithis day filed his' Declaration in nmy of
face, and the. Defendant having neithe, wifo,
nor attorney, knowna to reside widdu~n the limits
of this State, on whom a copy.o-f said Declara
tion, with a~ rule to plead, can be served. On
'u.otion of Mr. A dams; attorney for Plaintiff, it as
ordered ,thantthe said defendant appearandplead
to the said Declaration, within ,a year anda
day from the date hereof, or judgment will be
given against himt by defauk.
THO. G. BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's O111ee, Edgefield C. H. 18th Nov. 1847.
november 24 ly 44.
STATE' OF SOUTH CAROLINA~
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT... -
IN THE COMMON PLERA&
vs. Declaration im AtachA
Eli Clark. 9' meni.
T.lH E Plaintiff in- the- above cases, having --
ethis day filed his D'eclarations in any of'
eand'the' Defendant having neither Wife
nor Attorney, known-to reside within the limita
of the said State, on whom acopy of said dec,
larations with a rule to plead thereon eai bh'
served, on- motion of Mr.-Wardlaw, Phaintifia
Atttorney,.it isaordered. that the said Defendant
appear and plead to the said Dqclarations withix
a year and a day, from the dite hereof, o
udgmenat will be'awarded againast himby4, .
fault. T. G. BA CObl; C. E. i.~
Clerk's Offie,. April 30.,1847 1yv - 13