Newspaper Page Text
FRESH AKIIIVALS AT THE
Drug Store* Drs. WARDLAW & DENDY, Have just received from New York, large additions to their former stock, comprising ' No. 1 WHITE LEAD, in 25 and 50 lh. Irpnra ItliioLr n ?wl T.on^ VArili<rric_ Uiiu IUU Chrome &. Yellow Green, Chrome Yellow, # stone Ochre, Venitian Red, (English and "American) Paris White, Litharge, Umber, Prussian Blue, Terra de Sienna,Lamp Black &c. OILS, Lnmp Oil, a very superior article, Linseed and Train Oils, Castor Oil by bottle and gallon, a fine article of Olive Oil in Florence Flasks. VARiXISH, Copul, Leather and Coach Varnishes. WINDOW GLASS, 8X10 and 10X12 low by the box. PUTTY in bladders, DYE STUFFS, Logwood, Camwood, Indigo, [Caiohna and SpaniBh Float] Madder,Tumeric, Cochineal, Fig Blue,&c. SPICES, Cloves, Cinnamon, Ginger, Mace, Nutmegs, Allspice, Pepper, black Cayenne; MAstard [English 111 bottles, American in ? and ? lb cans.] SOAPS, a very large and ext&nsive assortment, embracing several superior shaving Soaps, toilet, fancy and perfumed; Also Castile, English, Windsor and Yellow Soaps. PERFUMERY, embracing Extracts for Handkerchiefs, Cologne, Lavender, Florida and Rose Waters, Antique, Ma-, cassar and Bears Oil [of superior quality,] Bandoline for keeping hair in place, perfumed Sachets, and a great variety of othop a rMnine " PATENt'mEDICINES, a fresh sup-, ply of Wistar's Bt^sam of Wild Cherry, Judkins's Ointment, Copaiva Capsules, all of Comslock's Preparations, together with many other popular Patent Medicines Ink, black, red, indelible, and India: Wafers assorted, Note wafers, [fancy,]. Sealing wax,Camel and SableHair Pencils, water colors; Carmine and pink Saucers, Cedar Pencils, India Rubber, Diamond Cement, Thermometers Japand. Lamp wick [flat and round,]#Glass letter Stamps, Bath Bricks, Crucibles, Blacking in boxes, Glue, Isinglass [Russia and American,] Ivory Black, Lemon and Sarsaparilla Syrrups, Soda and Seidlitz Powders, Matches and Match safes. Oil spike, Emory [Powdered] Patent Barley, Arrow Root, starch, Tamarinds, sponges, White and Yellow Wax, Calk [while, red, French ari'l pre^ pared.] A superior assortment of Brushes, UA;M ? iL :i -I : nan , uiiiiii, luum, uuii, huuviu^, snot*, paint, varnisli, whitewush and dusting Brushes. Also, an additional supply of MEDICINES and CHEMICALS, to which we invite the attention of the Physicians and public generally. A liberal discount will be allowed for Cash. Abbeville C. H. May 13 II tf P. S. Just received a lot of WILD'S CASTOR OIL CANDY, a new article and needs but a trial to ensure its general use with children. Valuftl>!fc School Books. Just received from Philadelphia, Grigg & Elliott's New eries of Common c I?? . Headers No 12 3 and 4. Dr Frost, L L D, Professor of Belle's Lettres in Philadelphia High chool, says of these books, I know of no book ustul in Common "chools which are preferable to them." Also. Or RiiRnliprihnrirwr'o I?irc? Rrtnlro nf Natural History, comprising Elements of Anatomy and Physiology, Mineralogy, Ornithology, Conchology, Icthiology, Entomology, Botany and Geology. Respecting these books, the Publishers, among the great number of recommendations which they have received, present the following: " Having examined, with some care, a series ot School Books, lately published by Messrs. Grigg & Elliott of Philadelphia, ic affords me pleasure to slate, that the 'Readers' appear to me well adapted to the purpose for whTch they are designed. The lessons are judiciously eelectud, well arranged, and calculated at once to improve the mind and heart. Dr Ruschenberger's series of ?Text Books of Natural History* arc admirable, and supply a deficiency which has long been felt in our Elementary c hools, not to say Colleges, in wh|ch 'the book of Nature fair' has beer, too little studied, and our children and youth, consequently, nay, our grown up men, though living and moving in the midst of the most surprising wonders, neither heed nor feel any interest in them, because they have not the most elementary knowledge to serve as a first step to excite their attend tion, or guide their observations. This state of things need no longer, and we hope will no longer, continue. Dr Ru? schenberger has imposed a new duty upon every intelligent and faithful teacher of youth at once to make himself acquaited with, and communicate to his pupils, the interesting subjects of which these manuals treat: HENRY M. BRUNS, T>-I : i - i rt- ? ? " ^ * rniii'ipui or me injrn ocnooi 01 Uharleston Also, U. States Dispensatory, terne's Works, Jdsephus 2 vols 8vo, Village Ser? moos, Daughter's Own Book, Book ot* Politeness, Dictionary of elect Quotations, gOneca'a Morals, Mason's Farrier, Gold'* mith's Animated Nature 2 vols, Lite of Paul Jones, Byron's Works illustrated and extra gilt, Mrs Hemans's Works, Rogers, Campbell, Cowper, Milton, Crabbe,Young, Gray, Beattie, Heber, &c &c, my ley's Arithraetick, &c, for sale by R. H. & W. A. WARDLAW. May 6 10 8w fe&test Fashions! Hf *? - - ivioore. Having just recei-g^k ved the latest styles of BON-^r NET, is prepared to execute all orders for the same with neatness and despatch* at moderate prices. [March 25 Abbeville Sheriff Sales. JUNE. By virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Facias to me directed, will be Bold, at Abbeville , Court House, on the first Monday in june nexi, me following' property.? 100 Acres of land more or less, levied i on as the property of Wm Campbell, ads Wm Romans170 Acres of land more or less, bounded by Nath- McCants and others, levied on as the property of John M Golding, ads F G Thomas- 1 120 Acres of Land, more or less, levied on as the property of Jno Douglass add A R Ramey. 1 Lot in Greenwood, containing two acres more or less, bounded by J H Giles and others, levied on as the property of ( Win Lewis, ads Whitlock Sullivan & ; Waller.& others. 1 Negro, levied on as the property of Sanders Wilitamson ads William C Hill, by next friend. 4 Negroes levied on as the wronertv of Jonathan W Cheatham, ads Stan- ' more Brooks and others. 1 Negro levied on as the property of Hugh Robertson, ads Richard Watson bearer1 Pony, levied on as the property of Davis Bitrksdale ads the state. 1 pair Saddle Bags, 1 lot Jugs, Bottles, Decanters and Flasks, one Fiddle, one steel Trap, one Finger Ring, one Breast Pin, &.c &c, sold as the property of WmL Richardson ads the state. At the residence of James M Yarbrough,on Tuesday the 2d day of June next, 1 Sideboard, 1 Table and 1 Cupboard, levied on as the property of James M Yarbrough, ads R B SmithTerms Cash. J. RAMEY, iviay 11, 104? Sheriff'. P ROC LAM A TION. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, } Columbia, S. C., April 21st, 1846. $ By his Excellency, WM. AIKEN, Esq. Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and, over the Slate of South Carolina. Whereas, information has been received at this Department, that an atrocious murder wns committed on the body ofHect r by RENTY, both the slaves of J M Chisolm, at his plantation on Savannah river, on the night of the 29th of Marrh, ult. Now know ye, that in order \hat the 1 si*id slave mav be broughtJto le?al trial, |. WILLIAM AIKEN, Governor of the State aforesaid, do hereby issue this, my 1 Prof-himntion, offi-ring1 a reward of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, for the apprehension and delivery of the snid slave Renty into any Jail in this State. 1 Renty is about thirty-five years of age, six teet high, complexion brownish black, stoops in walking, of a down cast look,and has a peculiar manner of clinching his teeth while speaking. Given under my hand, this 21st day of 1 April, in the year one thousand eight 1 hundred and forty-six, and in the seven- ( tiethycar of American Independence. WILLIAM AIKEN. By the Governor. R. Q,. Pincrney, Sec'ry ol State. 1 May 13 11 3t 1 KANAWAY, From the plantation of B. F. Gouedy,ncar Harnhnrcr. nlirmt thn 7th ?. >? MULES, one of them a dark bay, swinnied in both shoulders, no other marks recollected. The other a sorrel or dun color ; each three years old. They have no doubt made their way back to Kentucky, as they were bought from a drove recently. Any person who will take up said mules , shall be liberally rewarded, or I will be thankful for any information concerning them. B. F. GOUEDY. , Hamburg, May 13 Ilif To the PeoDle of Abbeville. The subscriber respectfully solicits all persons indebted to the Sheriffs Office for COST, Plaintiffs or Defendant's,are earnestly requested to come forward and settle, as this is my last year in office, I shall be compelled to have all cost due me in the office settled. You will find myself or Mr Taggart always in attendance Apftl 15 7 tf J. RAMEY. * WOOL CARDING Continued at Tucker's Mills, on Rocky River, at low rates. The Machines of this establishment have recently gone through a thorough course of repairs, and are now prepared to execute CARDING with neatness and disnatf h ThnRfi ftvnpfltinff 1a ? ? ? ..wv pwvv.aig ^UVIWIMAO MD| | will please handle their wool carefully at , home, and we promise cood work. , Rates for carding into Rolls, 8 cts per lb. , Batting for Hatters, " 0$" " j Rolls can be had at the Factory at 40 cts , per lb. Terms Cash. \ JNO. M. HAMILTON. , JORDAN HOOD. May 6 [printer's bill $1.87$] 10 4t A large assortment of LAW | I BLANKS just printed, at this office, i Hr CANDIDATES. Enj^" We are authorized to announce Mr. J. R. TARRANT, as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensuing election. We are authorized to announce T. P. MOSELY as a candidate lor Sheriff or Abbeville Dis. at the ensuing election. We arc authorized to announce W. A. COBB as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Abbeville District at the ensuing election. We are authorized to announce JAS. S. WILSON as a candidate for Clerk of Court for Abbeville District at the ensuing Election. The friends of A C HAWTHORN announce him as a candidate for Sheriff for Abbeville District at the ensuing election We are authorized to announce VACHAEL HUGHEY as a candidate for Sheriff, at the ensuing election. We are authorised to announce HUGH ARMSTRONG as a candidate for Sheriff Abbeille District at the ensuing election. Mf- ? * - - " tv e ure numonzeu 10 announce Maj. A. ARNOLD, as a Candidate for Sheriff, at the ensuing election. We are authorized to announce N1MROD McCORD, as a candidate for Clerk of the Court at the next election. H. L. JEFFERS, General Agent and Commission Merchant, HAMBURG, S. C. Still offers his services to his friends and the public, and he will devote his undivided attention to the Selling of Cotton and Flour, Receiving and Forwarding Goods. Buying Goods for Planters or Merchants, or attend to any business that may be commilted to his care. Hl> PmllrflPPO t Ilia niln/v.liinilii nf ? ?. ~ W.?w.?.vvw VMIU vpj/ui lUWIVJf U1 iVIlUCI* ing his thanks for their liberal patronage heretofore bestowed, and by industry and close attention to business, Jje hopes to merit, and continue to receive the same. It shull be hia aim to make all his charges as liyht as possible, knowing that will be to his interest to closely observe the inte. rest ot his friends. Liberal advances will be made if required, on produce sent to him for sale or store. Cotton sent to him by Boats, will be received free of wharfage. All produce sent to him for sale, will be promptly sold cn arrival, if so ordered, aug 6 23 tf L)r. Spencer's Vegetable Tills, and Vegetable Tonic and Restorative BITTERS. # The value and efficacy of pencer's Vege. table Pill.s have long beer, known and appreciated in a great variety of diseases,and us the best and most important of Family Medicines. Dr penccr having been ac~ tuated by a desire to benefit his fellow beings, ha* also prepared his Vegetable Tonic and-Restorative Bitters, which he now offers to the public, as the result of an * xtensive pruciice, and thorough investigation of the laws which govern the human system. They are purely Vegetable, ond may be tnken with perfect s.ifety by ail ages and sexes in youthful, adult and d<-clining life. The design of pencer's Vegetable Pills and Vegetable Tonic Restorative Bitters, is to create a flow o/ pure healthy bile, in?' stead of the stale and acid kind. The obiect of the Pills is to stimulate all the vital organs of the system into i ction, and thereby cleanse the stomach and bowels of all the morbific and offensive matter with which the system is clogged, and which promotes disease. The Bitters are to strengthen and restore the stomach and vital organs, to their proper tone and vigor. When this is accomplished, good health must be the result. The complaints that come most directly under their influence, and for which they arc so partic ularly designed, are as follows: Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, ick head-ache, Enlargement ofthu plu en, Jaundice,Piles Cholic, Bowel and summer complaints. Impurities of the blood, Female Obstruct tion, Heartburn, Incipient Diarroeh, Habitual Gostiveness, Determination of blood to the head, Loss of Appetite, Blotched or allow Complexion and in all cases of Torpor of the bowels, where a cathartic or apperient medicine i? needed. As many of the above enumerated diseases come on imperceptibly, and become far advanced in their progress before it is suspected that |hou ovict in ? ? ? ?1 1 * ...vj vnini. IU kll</ DJTOlVUli IIU UlltJ HIJUUIU expect iii such cases, to be at once relieve ed entirely, but should continue the use of the Medicine fora considerable length of lime. Full directions accompany the medicines for their use,in all those complaints for which they are recommended. Price 25 cents per box for the Pills, and $1 per bottle for the Bitters. Reader! do not fail to notice the follow, ing certificate from Mr James Lindsy, of Jefferson, Jackson co., Geo. To Dr. p cncer? March 18, 1846. Dear ir: I have made great use of jrour Vegetable Pills in my family for the last Ihioc yrars, and I consider them the Koaf rirtA<1i/>inn * L-"*" ~ J ? uvob ui&uivin^ in uor* jl iitivt? 111SU6 conjiderable use of Peters' Vegetable Pills, ind many others, but I am convinced that fours are superior to any of them. For c k Head Ache they are an excellent mcdicine; for Bowel Complaint I think them the best medicine 1 ever used, ome [>f my neighbors are also using your Pills with the most decided benefit. In fine, 1 candidly confess that I have derived more real benefit from them than from any other medicine 1 have ever used; and I think that every family should always keep a supply of them on hand. JAME LINDSEY. The above medicincs are for sale at Abbeville C H by Drs Wardlaw & Dendv. ind at the Post Office by Jobn McLaren. April 1 5 3m. J STATE-OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Abbeville District. Jane Robison, adm'x., vs. Mark S Anthony and John Brown.?Bill to lore close mortgage and jor relief. It appearing to my satisfaction that Mark S Anthony, one of the Defendants, resides beyond the limits of this State: On motion by N J Whitner, Comp'ts Sol , it is ordered that the said Defendant do appear and plead, answer or demur to the said Bill within three months from the publication hereof, or the same will be taken pro confesso against him. H. A. JONES, C. E. Cornm'rs, Office, 23rd Feb, 1846. 13 52 The State of South Carolina, ABUEVILLli DISTRICT. ?aran j. iv. Wharton, vs. Thos. Simmons, et. al.?Partition Real Estate Amelia Simmons, dee'd. It appearing to my satisfaction, that Thos Simmons, Francis Simmons, Jus W Simmons, Arthur Simmons and Anna Simmons, minor, parties Defendant, reside without the limits of this State : Ordered, thut the Defendants docuppear and plead on or before 1st Monday in July next, otherwise their consent will be entered of record, DAVID LESLY, Ord'y. March 20, 1846. 4 15w Valuable Town Property for Sale. a n The subscriber intending to move to the country, offers for |?|l||ll?sa].! his HOTTSJR nrwl f nT I * HOC " ? x "* jwaSi.l?; Village of Abbeville, situated oil the Public Square. Tne House is a comfortable and commodious one, and in connection with it, are two LAW OFFICES, which can be rented at fair prices. All the out buildings and fencing are new, and the Dwelling House has been recently PAINTED. Any person wishing such property, would do well to call and see me. Dec 17 42tf J. RAMEY. n oticeT Ate The subscriber, wishing to leave the tntp. offers his LANDS for sale lying in Abbeville District, on the waters ol' Rocky river, two miles east of Loundsville and only six from avannah river, consisting of Twelve Hundred Acres, one half cleared and the balance in woods, on II prrnllt nf nnu III.#* tl*"-" e ? w. uiiLCf ? iiu tuur ycara, no instalment bearing interest. On saul Plantation th^re is a good DWELLING, a n? w GIN HOU E and CREW, &a THRA HING HOUSE, and ull out~hous*'S new. The Plantation is under good repair. Any person wishing to purchase would do well to call on the subscriber. JOHN A MARTIN. March 18 3 13t 0^" Edgefield Advertiser will publish the ubove thre<? months, and forward account John A. Martin, Loundsville. NOT ICR ! Just received, by S. Anderson, Agent, 300 gallons fine Ohio and Mountain Whis k*-y, fine Poach Brandy, superior Holland Gin superior Cog. Brandy, Jamaica Rum, New England do., superior *Ale, Cider in bottles or on draught; Candies assorted, Mackerel, Molasses, Oranges, Cheese, smoked Herrings, Oysters, Almonds, Butter, Crackers, Tobacco, Segars, fine Maderia Wine ; and expected in a few days London Porter. The above articles of Spirits will be sold low for cash, by the Three Gallons ; and the other articles as low as can be purchased in this village. Abbeville C H, April 1 5 16 w Warehouse and Commission Merchant, HAMBURG, S. C. The subscriber continues at /*** ^ J^fthe old stand of H L JefFers & Co., and will carry on the W a li F.HOI!S F. AND iuummi lurs, KiSUEIVING AND FORWAR DING ?.USINE, as hereolore, but in his own name and on his own account. He promises strict and punctual attention to all Consignments and orders, and respectfully solicits the continued patronage of his former friends. je 2517 3m J F GRIFFIN. NEW ESTABLISHMENT. The subscribers are now receiving1 and will offer for sale, at their Store Room, in Mrs, Allen's Hotel, UGAR f,N?w Orleans and Cuba Do Loaf double refined MOLASSES, N. Orleans and W. Indies TEA , Gunpowder and Hyson FISH, Mackerel, Cod and Salmond Gandii s, Figs,Currants and Raisins A Unn/to J T? ? ?' - ?i.u<muoi v iiucutf itiiu jDrazu I'M ills Cheese, Soda Biscuits, Candles, &c &c ALSO, A lot of READY MADE CLOTHING consisting of COATS, frock and dress Vests, 1'ants, Drawers, Shirts, Stocks, : Cravats, &c. A fine assortment of BOOTS, Ladies', : Gentlemen's, Boys' and Misses' SHOES. They have also Northern and French 1 CALF SKINS, KID SKINS, best Nor- ' them Oak T'nn and --1 4 - _ < ? iiviuiui.il uuitj) ana ' are prepared to make Boots and Shoes at 1 the shortest notice and in the best style. 1 J. A. ALLEN & CO. 1 . Arbbeville C H, April 15 7 tf J NOTICE. < All persons indebted to the Estate of the late THOMAS W. WILLIAMS, dee'd,, " are requeated to call and make payment; and creditors will hand in their claims du- 1 ly attested, by the,25th of December next. MAT. J ./WILLIAMS, Ex'or. April 8,1846. 6 13w J The State of South Carolina, ABBEVILLE DISTRICT. Iii the Court of Common Pleas and General Sessions.?March Term, 1846. Ordered that an EXTRA COURT for this District be held for. the purpose of completing all the unfinished business of this Term, to wit: on the SECOND MONDAY IN JULY NEXT, and to sit for six days, if so long a time be necessary ; that forty.eight Petit Jurors be drawn and summoned to attend the said Extra Court; and that the Clerk of this Court, by publication in the Abbeville Banner, do give public notice of this order. D. L. WARDLAW. Published by order of the Court: J F Livinsrston. Clerk March 21,1846 ' 5 Ut The State of South Carolina. ABBEVILLE DISTRICT. In the Common Pleas. William A. Cobb, vs. James Knox.? Foreign Attachment. The Plaintiff in the above case haying this day filed his Declaration in my office, and the Defendant haying no wife or attorney known to be within the State, upon whom a copy thereof may be served : It is Ordered that the said Defendant do appear and plead thereto within a year and a day from this date, or judgment by default will be given against him. J NO. F. LIVINGSTON, Clerk. Clk's Office, March 14,1846. 3 ly QiiVJL Ji. Ul? SUUTH UAKUL.IINA, Abbeville District?In the Court of Common Pleas. Joseph W. W. Marshall, bearer, vs. Francis Henderson, sen'r.?DecUn. in AllachH. on PromHry. Note. Whereas, the Plaintiff in this action did, on this da;, file his Declaration agoinst the Defendant, who is absent from and without the limits of this State, as it is said, and having neither wile nor attorney known, upon whom a copy of the above ; Declaration, with a rule to plead thereto, i on or bufore the Twenty-second day of j November next, otherwise, final and absolute judgment will be then given and awarded against the Defendant JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, Clerk. CUtrk'tj Office. Nov 22. I?J45 3*4 1* STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Abbeville District, In the Common Pleas. Agnes Kingsmore,Adm'x. } Decl'n. in v. V Foreign Francis Henderson. i Attachm't. The Plaintiff having filed his Declaration in my office, ami the Defendant having no wife or Attorney, knovvn to be within the State, on whom a copy .of the same, with a rul>' to plead, can be served : It is Ordered that the Defendant plead to the said Declaration within a year and a day, or HiihI and ubsolute judgment will be given against him. J. F. LIVINGSTON, Clerk. Clerk's Office. Now 19 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA ABBEVILLE DISTRICT. In the Common Pleas. Geo W Pressly, 1 vs >Decl'tionin Attaching. Rob't YeJdelL S George VV Pressly, the Plaintiff having this day filed his Declaration in the Office of tin* Clerk of said District, against Robert Yeldell, the Defendant, who is said to be absent from and without tho limitn nf this State, and who has neither wife nor Attorney known, on whom a copy of this Declaration with a rule to plead can be served: Ordered that tho said Defendant do appear and plead thereto within a year and a day from (his date, or judgment by default will be entered ajainst him. JNO F LIVINGSTON, Cleri. Clerk's Office, IOlh Sept, 1845 Sept 17 29 Jy The State of South Carolina, ABBEVILLE DISTRICT. Joseph Lively and Mary, his wife, v. Wm. G. Cain, James Bolds, et al.? if ill for Jfartuwn, ofc. It appearing to my satisfaction that Gilbert Ivy and Rosannah, his wife, Defendants, reside beyond the limits of this State: Ordered that they do appear and plead, answer or demur to the said bill, within three months from the publication hereof, or the same will be taken pro con* fesso against them. H. A. JONES* Com'rs office, 4th May, 1846 C. E. A. D. My 6 [pr's bill $7.50] 10 13t The State of South Carolina* ABBEVILLE DISTRICT. Wm Harris, applic't., vs. M. Harris and others.?Partition in Ordinary. It appearing to mv satisfaction, that Fran, ces F Harris, Agnus A Hunter, Uriah R Harris (lunatic), Louisa J Heard and A J Harris, heirs and legatees of Richmond Harris, deceased, Defendants, reside with* out the limits of this State: Ordered, that they appear and plead on or before the first Monday in July next, and shew cause t ?t - r? 1 /.:> way wib xvnm ?jo??vc ui duivi u&ocaori|| \?>>v iiate in Abbeville District, on Savannah river* adjoining lands of J E Calhoun* and containing 292 acres) should not bo sold >r divided*or their consent will be entered >f record. DAVID LESLY, Ord*y. April 8,1846 (Pr's bill ftlOfiO) 6 Ptw Dr. Lacount's Vegetable Tooth-Ache EHixir, a ccrtain antf itpraediate cure. For sale by Prs. WARDLAW & BENDY. Vpril 1 ] ' and JOHN McLAREN.'