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i It4NING ln hliost Office, at.Edge.
field C. H.. on the let day ofJutly 1$46,
- eois inqniring for Letters, will please
state if advertised,
nense, Thos. Brooks, William
Boyd, Mrs. S. or Ed. Beal, J. C.
- Bridwell, John -
Charles, W. B. Cooper, Campbell
Covar. Jackson Clary, M. W.
Cook, J "Cummng, James
Clarkson. A. W-. Claybrook, Dr. W. E.
ChristianJH. Cannak, W. E.
- Devote, Leeke Drenan, F. M.
Fu gusotn, Thos. Gowler & Barnes,
Gulledge. Ily 'Green, Mrs. Ann'
Glouvr. Danld Greenleaf, Mr.
'Golenan.Rice G-urett, Wm.
Glover, Frances A. Gordan, F.
Garland, J. R. 2
HolnIrs, Jno. M. Hancock. John
Harden, W. C. 2 Iloutes. Wyatt
Hatcher Mrs B. W.. Hopton. tobt.
Holten. Bennet Henders'n. Mliss E. or
$od s,'rs. Julia John Doby,
Harrison, Win. Harris, Jno.
bunter, A. *
- Jones,.G. W. 2 Jones, Thos.
- Jones, Letty .. 3 Johnson, James
Johnson, Miss O. S.
Eirksey, Mrs. E. A. T. Kistler, Rev P.
Lowry. Conrad Lyon. Jdhn
;Logan. Lucy' - LeeJ.J.
-Long. John Esq.
'Maxwell, Thos. Miles, L. J..
McDaniel, Win. Mitchel, J. A...
McDaniel, Scry. McKie. Nancy,
McCarty, James Mimns; James
McNare, John Marsh, Samuel
Martin.'J.F- -Mys, Stephen
Miles. S B.
-Noulten, Rachel Newman, W. A.
Price, Charles Perry & Ddaiee,.
Puries, Dr. F.-E.
Qdattlebummi, Col. 5.
Rhodes, C . .Ransom. J.
Sharer, Miss C 2 Spratt, W. 1$.
Smith, M r. Jane Strother, D i. .
Sumpter, W. J. Scurry. Miss M. H.
'reamier of the Dia- Tuomey, Mr. Geolo
trict,. . - gist,
'Wigfill, Col. L. T. 5 Williams, Sam 2
Wigfiil, Mrs. L.T. Wardlaw. B. F.
Witt, J. A. Walker, Wds.
Wagner, M. A. Watson. Mr.
Yarborough, Dr 2
- - M. FRAZIER. P. ,M.
July8 - 3t 24
Y -iture of sundry Writs nfFierill'a.
. cias to .me .directed, ' will- proceed
to sell -e Edgefiefd Cotirt. House, on the
-First Monday- and Tuesday in August
next, the following property, in the fol
lowing cases,- to-wit :
Reuben Morgan vs. Daniel Livingston,
zzhitract of land' whereon the Defendant
lives, conaining-five.hundred acres, more,
or less, adjoining bands- of Bennet Perry.
-Arthur Dozier and Jaimes' Merchant.
Also, -two'negro slaves, by the ame of
-john and 'Lee.
Smith & Griggs vs. Darling D. Punkett ;
B. P. 'Ravanell and others severaully, vs.
~the same ; the following lots of land in the
town of Hamburg, S. C.. knowvn in the
'plan of said town &s.ots numbers 109, 200,
20W and 20i4. ha'ving Ofiy feet. Trodt, and
running back one hundred srad ninety-six
feet. bounded on the North by Bradbury
,Smreet, South by Snmowden Street, East by
Tillman Street. and WVest-by-Colpbbt.
Julius C. Pardue vs. 'S. P. McNai'.
Admniistra'lor, atiuse and lot in the town
of Hambiurg, knoivn. in the plan-of said
town as lut number '101, at present 'occu
'pied by Hloward and Woodrutf & Co.,
on Centre Street, having fifty feet front by,
two hundred feet back.
John Bauskett vs. A. L. Hammond, the
interesi of the Defendant in a tract of land
'containing eight hundred acres, more or
less, adjoining lands of Wade Glover, Jas.
GolT and others.
John Hill, Ordinary, vs. Lewis Elizey:
'he tract of land containing one hundred
acres, more or less, adjoining of lands of
C. J.-Clover, on .all sides, on the waters
of Jolin Carters Spring branch.
Terms of sale, cash.'
.4. BOUL W A RE, S. 'E. D.
July 8 ~.4t 24
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIRLD DISTR ICT.
~ames Eldson. A pplicani, vs..) Summon
-James Rodgei-s & wife Sarah, in Parti
and others Defendants. - dion.
BjY virtu~ofatn order -fgom John Hill,
13Esquire, -Ordiiary 'tf the .District.
ufofesad, in-the above stated ease, I will
proceed-to sell at Edgefield C. H., on the
lst Monday--iu -Atgust -nex r, the lands be
longing toate -Atate -of *amens .Eidson.
Senior, decehaed,-eimuate in said bistrict,
adjoining latids di Martin -Eidson, the -Es
tate of-John Gomitlan, 'Mi-s. fog gy t'o.
irnillion, and others, confairiidg one-bun
dred emfd tweirty and a half acres, mor~ or
less. To be sold bu a-cedit until the ?rst
-day of January next.
P~urchasers will give boind andadppfoved
personal secuarity, and a mortgage, of the
prermises to the Ordinary u% diedre the
Coststo be in cashi.
-, H BOULWARLE, S. E. D.
uly 8 . 4t 2
State of South Carolina,
EDG EBiIE LD DISTJlICT. -
-VUHdMA53PR1CE, living one mile- frot
F3. lton;Port.Uffie, Tolled before -me a
r ~eHorse;15 hands high, hind- feet white
ups 'othe lideEs~nd ime left.fore foot. 4
blusimiithe~faegs'dliite-str~ok ne~ar the right
gaiil&Ilied of the iight eye. -Supposed to-be
15f )ers old, and 'appraised ist $10. -
~BENJJAMIN STEPH~ltNSjM. E. D,
Sher ef's Sale.
State of South Carolina,
Samuel P. Getson, & wife,
Applicants, - Summonsin
Seaborn Sullivan & others,
BY virrue of an order from John Hill,
. Esquire, Ordinary of the District a
foresaid, I will proceed to sell, in the above
stated case, at Edgeefild Court House, on
the first Monday in August next, the
lands belonging to the estate of Ellen
Sullivan, dec'd., situate in the district and
State aforesaid, on Stevens' Creek, waters
of Savannah - river, containing two hun
dred acres more or less, adjoining lands of
the said S. P. Getson, Charles Limbecker,
Elizabeth Sullivan, and others, on a ere
dit until the first-of January next (1847.)
the purchaser will be-required to give bond
and good personal security, and a mort
gage of the premises to the Ordinary to
secure the purchase money, except the
costs, which will be required in cash.
H. BOUL WARE, S. E. D.
July 8 4t -24
Mary Loveless, Applicant, l
vs. Summons in
Benjamin Loveless, and Partition.
others, Defendants. J
BY -vitue of an order from John Hill,;
Esquire, Ordinary of. the District
'aforesaid, I will proceed to sell in the
above stated case, at Edgedeld Court
House, on the irst Monday in August next,
the lands'belonging to the estate of Martin
-Loveless, dec'd., .containing two hundred
and twenty acres, more or less, situate in
the District acid State aforesaid,-on Rocky
Creek, waters :of the svannah river, ad
joining lands of J. M. Clark, William
.Holmes, Elizabe' MCollins. and others, on
'ai-edii until the first of January next
(1847), except-osis, wtich -will -be requir
ed in cash. The purchaser will be requir
ed to give bond and approved security, and
a mortgage of the premises to the' Ordinary
to secure the' purchase money.
-i. BGULWARE,'s. E. D..
-.State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
,. EWIS T. WIGFA-LL who-.is-iow
in the custody of the SheiifofEdge
feld District, by virtue of two Writs of
Capias ad Satisfaciendum, at the suits of
Wm, d. Simkins, and S. Christie and W.
Burt, having fileh .tis -petitiion th a
schedule on oath, of his whole Estate and.
effects, with the purposo of obtaining the
benefits of- the-.Acts-of the General As
sembly. commonly cald -the insolvent
Debtor's Acts. Public Notice is hereby.
given- tbat the Petition of the said- Lewis
T. Wigfall will be heard and- considered
in the Court of Common Pleas, at Edge
herd Curt House, oan.the First Monday
bu. October nexrt.or on such other day as
thmtourc-may orde dbtiug.the tinie, com
menicing on the first Mboda'y "its October -
next, at said plice, and all the-creditors'of
the said Lewis T. Wigfall are hereby sum
moned, persumally, or by. Attorney, then
and there iii said~Cuurt to show cause, if
any they can, why-the benefit of the Arts
aforesaid' sl.euld not he granted to the said
Lewis T. Wigfnll, upon his executing tho
assignment reqluirel by the Acts as afore
tHOS. G. BA CON, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, July 8 13lt 24
State of South Carolina,
JN COMMON PLEAS.
[UGHI A. NIXON, who h-is been arrestedt
- and is now confined within the bounads
of the Jail of Edgefield Distric~t, by virtue of
several writs of capias ad satisfisciendtum, at
the sumts of Benj. W. Bettis, -Bland & Butlcr,
and .John -Batiskett, beverally. haiving filed his
petiiion, with a schedule u pon oath, of his
whiole.esta-te and :ea'ects. with the purpose of1
obtainingthe benefit of'tie Ac'tAfthe General
Asdbly, enmmonly'ealid-tie Insnivent Deb
tor's Ac6a. Tublic Notice is hereby given,
that the petition of' the said Hugh A. Nixon
will be hea'rd asid'rondidered -in the Co'urt of
Cooninon Pleas, for Edge'6eld Districit, at
Edgefield Court House, -on the day of
October nxt,-or'easuch othiet da'yas the Court
way order during the term, comnmencing on
the first Monday in October ne'xt, at'euid -place,
and all the creditors of' the said Hugh A. Nix
on, are hereby summoned, pieisonally, or by
attorney, then and there in -said Cou'rt, to show
cause, if anry they can, why \bhe benefit of the
Acts aforesaid, should not be grant-ed, to the
said Hug h A. Nixon, upon bis executing the
assignment required by the Acts aforesaid.
TH OS. G. BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, June'22d, 1846. .
July 1 13t 2a
State of South Carolina, .
iN COMMON PLE AS.-1
AC. WISE, who har. been arrested, and
e is now confined within the bounds of
the Jail of Edgefield District, by virtue of a
writ ofcapins ad satisfaciendum, at the suit of
Charles Lamnar, having filed his petition with
a scheduto on 'onth. ofhis whole estate and ef
fects, with the purp'ose of obtaining the benelit
f th~e Acts of the General Assembly, common
y called the Insolvent Debto'r's Aeta Public
rotice .ie-hei-eby given, That the petition: f
he said A. C. Wise, iniil-be heard and consid-.
ered in the Court of Comainoi,'Pleas, for Edge
fieldDistr-iot. at Edgefield Court House. onth
-day of' October net, or on. such other I
day l therCourt tuay order dutring the-term,'.
~ommencing on the first Monadaj in Oetober
next, nt-said pslace,- and all the creditors of the
said C. A, Wise, are hereby -sutmmoned, per- I
sonally; or by attorney, thetn and there, in aid
Conit, toitow -cause,- if. any;.they can, why
the tienent of the Acts aforeiaid,..ihoufd not be
grilea to the maid A. C. Wise, u-pon his exe
eting the assignment required by lihe Acts.
afrs. T HOS. G. BiACON, Clark. -
Clerk's OC6ice, June 22d, 1846 -. -
Julyl . 13t 23 jI
AI pehons having de'mands against 'thre
essate of David itichrardsn, are request
ed to prese~t .them immediately,~ properly at- 1
tested. and all debtorsof the estate, are required
to make prompt payrnentias the affairs of the
estate are about to be closed. .
* A8. M. RICH ARDSON,
JAS. 8. GUIGNARD,.
Map21 .' ly. -ti I
State 'of SoutliCardlMY
EDGFFIELD. D1SThLC; -
IN:THE COMMUN PB~
Robinsoisi & Caldwell,
vs. . -
Oliver Simopson. - -
O LlVER SIMPSON who is now n -ihe
cusody of the Sheriff of Era ield Dis
tric, by virtue of the'surreriderif, ie Bail, at
the suitof'Robinsons &-Caldwell bitigfied
his petition, with a schedule on oath of his
whole estate and effects with"the-purpose 'of
obtaining -the benefits of thi Acts of'the Gene
ral Assembly,. called the Insolvsnt- Debtor's
Acts. Public Notice is hereby giveri, That the
petition of the said Oliver Simpson,=will be
heard and considered in the Court'f Coitbnl
Pleas, for'Edgefield Districtrat dgefild Court
House, on the day of Octobe next, or
on such other day as the Coujt order,
during the term. commencing on ..k~ Moni
day- in October next, at said place nd all the
creditors ofthe said Oliver Simpson a's'hereby
summoned, persoisally. or by-attorney, then
and there in said.Court. to show citse. of auf
they can, why the benefit of the Acti aforesaid,
shoubil not be granited to the said Olie imp'
son. upon his executing the assignnl ntrequir
ed by the Acts aforeenad. --'
THOS. G."BAC0 Clerk
- Clerk's Office. 20th Jnne, 1846
July 1 ' 13- 23
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DIStRl' T.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
C ALEI B.ROADWATER, anii. D. 1.
BROAD WATER. who have been: ar
rested and arc now confined withinihebounds
of the Jail of Edgefield District, bygvirtue-of a
writ of capias ad satisfaciendum at-tihe suit of
Goode & Lyon, having filed their petitio..with
a schedule on oath, of their .whole.-esa'te and
effects with the purpose of.obtaaing.11b ne
fits of the act of the General 'Assemby conm
monly called the Insolvent Debtore Acts
Public Notice is hereby given,thit the petition
ofthesaid Caleb Broadwater and D.M. Broad
water will be heard and considered in 0ia Cotort
of Common Pleas for Edgefield.District, at
Edgefield C'ourt House. on the -g day. O
October next, or on such other day as the Conrt
may order during the term, conynenctng on
the first Monday in October next, ate id place,
and all the creditors of the said Caleb-Broad
water and D M. Broad'water, are hereby- sum
moned personally,, or by attorney then and
thero in said Court, to show causeif any they
can, why the benefits of the. Acts -aforesaid,
should not be granted to the said Caleb Broad
water, and D. Ml. Broadwater, upon'their ex
ecuting the a'signment reqnired-bythe Acts
THOS. G. BACON. Cerk.
Clerk's Office, Jutie 22nd, 1846. -
July ,1 -. , 1 t-. 23
ITCholera, Summer Complaiut,
Diarrhaa,. Dysentery, and al other Derange.
ments of .te STOMACIt and BW-'ELS.
rured by Dr. D. JA YN E'S CARMINA.
New York, 8th month 1st; 1838;
Friend - Dr. JAYNE,-It gives ine jnach
pleasure to inf..rm -thee of the result ofa-case
in which I administered thy CA RMINATIVE
BALSA M, and .1 consider it to beli't atter of
duty date thee and.the public,- to'give tl ful.
lowing statements.: Being naled t6v.isit aipa
tiet a few.days sin-e, I..batnd he-was vomit.
ing 'and purging -most violently,' with-.severe
Tormina and Cramps inthe up-per indIlower
extremities, ind also-in-ths abdotninklpanetie.s.
The Uraip was so violeat, that'. ook .fctir
men-to rub him incessantly. -tolc&e do*n the
spasm,-ad to use his-wn! 'oi l e .said it
ie'emedltothi'a't''ii-tssdf2 if~iltp in
two. There were also .violi C.bolic. pains
a ro nd the ubilical region, attenidedwitlr very
distressing nausea, in short, I considered it :to
be a case of genuine cholera. found on.enqjui
ry. the patient had been' unwell the, day e.
rions, with. at looseness of the. bowels. That
six hours before I saw him, he-was seized with
he complaint, and-had gradilly got..ivdrse.
rI'he extremities were cold. and lie was-ncear'ly
phsel-ss. I immiediately grave him a spoonful
f the Bulsam, which itt-a jew mnoments'was
eted from the stoacah. but on giviing. it a
'ew timais,'itie'stomach bename settled, and ie
spressted himselfmiieh relieved. :itlron gave
tim a calomel and opiumt powider. Iii two
tours from the time:I1saw him ho felt quite
easy, and fell asleep, and slept -well for five
ours; but on waking, the uymptoms again re
urned. I directed more of :the Zalsamn to be
riven hint, when 'he dis- n'se subsided. and the
matient was canavalescent. -It'took only one
tottle to effect a cure. .1 have also.. so..often
vitnessed the beneficial ofl'ectsa of the Carmnin
Etive Balsam in Summer Co n plaints and Di
trrha, that I would not be -without it for its
aeight in silver. f -ed
I remin thyfred
THOMAS MOTT. M. D.
43 Broadway, New York.
R. S.:ROBER'Ps,sole Agent, at -Edgefleld
7. H.. South Carolina.
Bearer of CounterfeitS !
SJafy8 - St 24
UTir. D. .Jaynae'd Carmnative
Balsam.-BOWEr, & S uxasa Coros-riN
-No Cony. wo'Iay.-Dr. Juyne, No. 8:South
Ibird street, is wvillinug to gudtr jntes tlzut his
DARMINAT1VIC BALSA~tswill cure Diarr
ama, Cholics. Cramps, Griping Paitns, Cholera
iorbus. Suimer Complaint, .arid other de'
-angemerts of the Stomach and Bowels, in
inety nine cases out of a hundred, uti nd nless
han lialf thie time it can be- effected.by any
It is extreniely pleasant mnd c'htlrea are
'ond of it. It is equatly as effectual for adults
a -hildren, as when the directions are-rolhowed,
Lid a cure. is not effented.'the money will be
heerfully returned. Price 25 'and 50.centa
R. S. ROBERTS, is Dr. D.. Jayne's only
gent at Edge1ield Court House.
Beare of Counterfeits! *! 2
July I S
M ary M oore and others, - .' ilL. for
vs. Mlichael Barr, Adm'r, >Iutjifnetson anid
.. and others. . ' Relief.
T appearing to the satisfaction of-the .om
mssioner, -that George W. yarbor'ough
md Elizabeth his. Wife, Defendants in this
ae, reside without-the limits of this State, on
notion of Mr. Ifauskeit..Comnpl. Sthicitor, it is
~rderel that tlie Defendlants. do iappear' ad
alead, anaswer or demur, to- the Comnplaiinants
till of complaint, ivithinthree months from the
ublication,herepf, or the said &ll will be taken
ro cofesso, aa ateKrN. C. E. F-D
A April22 1846 - 3m 13
RAN AWAY fram the- subscriber. -about
the 10th of lantiar. a Negro Woman.
namie of NICY, of dark complexaon,^abouit
8years of age.; rhe is supposed to be about
d les -Glover's plantasiori, where -she' - has
ei seen. Thae at'ovetewarri wilJ-be paid to
y person who willleliver her to me atEdg4'
eld CourtHou'se. -
- - -'S. F.GOODE.
Edgefeld C. H.ApriI29 tf 4
j~The friends of-Col. Joari QUATTLr.
x announce hini as a candidate for-the
ifce of Tax Collector,'at- -the next e
Young Ladies Boarding and
EDoEFIELD Coua-HOUSE, S. Canosaru.
I T ismy puipose to, open a. School.of tis
characteron thefirat Monday in January.
-1847, in: my House, near to the Episcopal
Church ; by which time a School Room will
be built commodious enough to receive a large
-numbei of Pupils.
All the usual branchos of an .English edu
cation will be taught. together with -French,
Music, Drawing and Painting, by competent
Teachers. employed for the purpose.
A Public Ezamination will take place once
a year ; and the Musical Pupils will be re
quired to perform in a private Concert once a
month; at which time they will be examined
on the Theory of Music, so that proof may be
given that they are well grounded in its rudi
Persons wishing to place their children in
this School are requested to ntakejmpplication.
,by the first of November, that preparations
may be made for their reception. particularly
.for such as may come as B tarders.
Rates of Tuition and Board, payabletin ad
vance, will be as follows:
For Spelling, Reading, Writing
and Arithmetic.. .-$ 4 00
Geography. Grammar and Com
position, with the above, 6 00
History. Natural and Moral Phi.
loaopy,Chemistry, Botany, &.,
.with the above, 8 00
French, ...6 00 .
Music. . . - 10 00
Drawing and Painting, - 6 00
Board, including Washing and
Lights, per month. . 10 00
A charge of 50 cents per quarter will be
made for wood during the Fall and Winter.
EDM1UND B. BACON,.
June 24 4t 22
T HE Second Session will commence first
- Monday in July. -.
Parents and Guardians will be secured against
the payment of any illegal debts hereafter con
tracted, by boys under the special charge of the
Teacher, against his expressed prohibition, ni
published in this paper, as the 'Teacher is rea
dy to contest the payment thereof.
H. K. McCLINTOCK.
June024 -t 22
EDGEFIELD VILLAGE .
T HE Exercises of this Institution will be
resumed on Monday the 20th instant.
July 1 2t .23
T HE Subscriber being desirous of closing
his business for the Summer, oiFers to
the public his present stock at cost, and in
some instances fur below cost. Persons wishing
to supply themselves with
Dry Goods, Ready glade
at a cheap rate, will do well to call quickly.
June24 3t 22 -
: Executor's Notice..
E Executor of Col.-Jour Kay, dce'd.,
Having paid all the demands'against the
aid estate, within his. knowledge, gives notice
to any person having yet any demands against
the said estate, (if any such there, be,), to render
them into the saj icribei on or beforo tie fast
dy i a or th!ew Y N'"Ec'tr.
Edgefield C. , June 22, 1846.
June24 - '.- tlA-22.
atuable Land for Sale.
T HE Sulbscriber has determined
to-nifer at -Private Sale, the valua
able tract of LAN I. on which he
_____now reside's, omn Turkey Creek, wa
tern .. aavannahi river, 4 smles fromEdgefield
Couart linuse. The tract contains 230 acres,
anid the lund is in a goud.state for cultivation
For particulars apply to the subscriber on the
premihes. JUHN BLAND.
Jnne 24 tf 22
* ayne's Alterative !
DRO!4CHELE or-GotTRE iS welled Neck,)
--He has .prescrib'ed-ihe Life Preservase
in upwards of sixty ,cases of Goitre, and it
has never failed in a sitngle instance .to
completely remove the .disease. Not a
solitary case of failure. All were cured !
TIhe success lie has met with in curing
Broncebocle and -Usucerous .A'ffections,
lias convinced -him,:'that these d augerous
and horrible diseases may be removed
with as much certainty 'as Fever and
Ague. He does not wish to be understood
as saying that that they can .be cured as
soon as Fever and Ague, but with as much
certainly ; and further, that he has good
reason tci- believing that this preparasiun
will not only cnre those diseases wthen
for ined, tt that it destroys the virus or
p.)sonous principle lurking ini the system,
from which that peculiar class of diseases,
as well as that of Serofula emanate.
ScrofuLG-Zt(ing's Euil.-The Life.Pre
erivative has been used in-nuure-rous cases
of scrofula, .King'a Evil, and Scrofula
Swellings, with~the . most decided success,
Skin Ddaease.-He has prescribed ii in
a great variety of Cataneous AIffections, and
foun d. it-successful in curingSalt Rcumn, or
Tetter, -Biles, Blotches, :'Pimples, Mor
phew and Jaundiced Skin, &d.
.LDyspepsaia and Liver Complaint.-It has
~been used in numerous cases of Liver
.Complaini.and Dyspepsia, and with the
Prepared only by Dr. D, Jaynie, No. 8,
.South Third Sireet, Philadelphia.
R. S. ROBE RTS is Dr. -D. Jayne's
only Agent at Edgefield Court House.
Bewanre of Connterfeits !
June24 .3t 22
The State of South Carolina,
Mary -Loveless, A pp. Sm osi
Benjamin F. Loveless ( Partition.
and others Defendants.
fT a'ppearing to my satisfaction that
..Wilson H. Loveless, one of the de
fendants, resides without the limits of this
State, it is therefore Ordered,- That be do
appear and object to the divisiotn, or sale,
of the ReaJ Estate of Martin Loveless,
ileceased, on or before the first Monday in
July next, or his consent to the same will
be entered of record.
Given under my hand at my ofice,
April 3, 1846. JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
1-2- * 12w
TRAYED'from the subscriber, on the 6th
or June, a small dark bay FILLY, having
'long imain and tail, and being about three
years old. . J. B. HARRIS.
I,- Juy * f 23
A Clalengerto tie World.
E e challengell OieD, whether
Medical men or inventors of'Quack
Nostrums, to produce the-evidenct ofso wone
derful aenre of8crofna as thefollowiug, bichr
was performed inE.EVEN DAYS! -
'Read it Read it.
Mesrs. Rowand Bc Walton-Gentlemen:
In justice to you. and as in act' of charity to
those afflicted as I have been, I cheerfully fIir
nish you testimonial of the astonishing cure
performed upon mebyyour"DR. CULLEN'S
INDIAN VEGETABLE PANACEA." More
than two years since, I was attacked. with a
most obstinate and frightful Scrofula, which'
baffled the skill of the most eminent physicians
in our city. Among other remedies, I used
sixteen bottles-of."Swaim's Panacea," twelve
bottles " Sarsaparilla and Iodine," and large
quantities of Hydrindate of Potash, and was
still growing worse.
My mother seeing your advertiseident of
"DR. CULLEN'S PANACEA," called upon
you. and you spoke so confidently of it that I
was induced to try it, although I had but little
faith in its efficacy, after having tried so many
othersemedies without relief. My face, fore
head, noseears,and one side of my throat were
almost covered with highly. inflamed and pain
ful.ulcers, when I commenced using the "PA.
?ACEA." on the 29th of DIlcember, 1845-and
to my utter astonishment, the swelling' and
soreness were entirely removed in twoenty-four
hours-and in two days the ulcers commenced
healing I an now using the third bottle-the
ulcers are all healed, and my health perfectly
restored. Yours, &c..
JOHN W. APPLETON,
No.8. Madison street.
Phila., Jan. 10, 1846.
City of Philadelphia, ss :
Personally appeared before me,
[L. a.] the subscriber, Mayor of'said city.
John W. Appleton,who being sworn,
deposes and says that the sacts set forth in the
foregoing statement are true. - In testimony
whereof, 1 have hereunto set my name end
caused the corporate seal to be affixed, this
tenth day of January; A. D. 1846.
Signed, JOHN SWIFT, Maogr.
The above certificate of our Son is without
the least shade of exaggeration. His case whe
had considered almost. hopeless, after so mpiiy
celebrated remedies had failed;ai. we attr
bute his final cure in the INCREDIB.Y seo'?
SPACE O ELEVEN DAYS to your "PANACEA"
aloue. Yours, respectfully, .
Signed, DANIEL APPLETON
Jan'y. 10th, 1846. ANN M. AP'LETON.
I can cheerfully bear testimony to the above
very extraordinary case and believe it to be'oe
of the most wonderful cares on rerord... I was
present when Mr. Appleto'n called to see Row
and & Walton, in relation to his Lase. His
face was then almost covered with scaoUi.oUs
urcRas, which were highly inflamed and very
painful-and I must say that I- very much
doubted that a cure could ever be effected . It
is hardly probable that Mr. Appleton would
have lived three months longer without relief.
Signed, WILLIAM STEELING? 51. D.
Jannary 10, 1846.
"Cller's Panacea," sold -Wholesale and
Retail by Jos. T. Cowand, No. 376 Market
street; P. H. Horn, corner Fourth and Poplar;
G.V.Vaughan. corner Sackaiaxon,& Queen
sts., .Kenengton,.and our accredited- Agents,
R. S. ROBERTS, Agent, Edgfield-C BIH,
July 1 3t
fl Jayne's Tonic Veranifuge
Some medicines, warranted to "destroy worms
in children," are apt.to destroy children too.
This ii8not the case with JAVz's-To:ie VER
3:lVUGE: It does'ndt contain a single Ingedieilt
which--eathhi'the. most deliae 'nifantafil
et it-exdiwor:u 4roi'thesystem With i1d
cilityabd certainty perfectly astonishing. 'Nr
is this its only sanative, property, st is a ine
Stomachie, uand ic renittent and xntermittent
fevers has been administered with most gratify
ing results. 'Obstinate cases of Piles'; have
yielded to its iinuence, and its tonic qualities
render it an excellent medicine in the conva
escnu stage of all diseases. It is exceedingly
pleasant to the taste.
Dn. JAvrx's HlAin ToNic-For the Preser
vation, Growth, and Restoration of the Hair,.
and which will positively bring new hair on
the bald head, and prevent its falling out, or
turning grey. This is an excellent article, and
has, in hundreds of instanices. produced a fine
g rowith of bait on the heads of th~ose who have
Read the following from the Boston Mail, May
3, i844: "
" JAYNE'S HAnt Toic.-After giving-the
article a fatir trial, we unihesitatinglv pronounce
i to", he-what it professes, the best article,
without ainy exception'.in use for the restora
tion and prevalence of the human hair. We
kow of numerons instances where the hair
has been restored to heads which have been
bald for years ; and we think wve cannot do a
g reater favor than to recommend to all our rea
ders who are losing their hair, to make trial of
this Tonuc immediately."
Prepared otnly at No.' 3 South Third street,
From the Rev. Ira M. Allen.
Philadelphia, June 9, 1838.
i'o my prsonalfrienda:
I would say. that I am well acquainted 'with
Davio JaYNE. i. .D.,.andl know him 'to be a
respectable Phaysician-endeQruggist. of this city
-a gentleman-m whom entire confidence may
be placed.. I have tested in my own c -sethe
beneficial effects of his Carmuiative Balsam,
and have greater cornfidence in it than all othe
medicines of the kind. His Expectorant is
equally celebrated and effieacious.
IRA Ar. A&LLEN,
Agent of the Amer. and Foreign Bible Society,
.R. S. ROBERTS,-s Dr. D1. -Jayne's only
Agent at Edgefield Court House.
Bewnare of'Couerfeita !
Julyl 1 3t . 23
Saddlerv and Unrness'
I take great pleasure ini
- returning to my patrons and
friends in general, muy sin
cere thanks, fur their very
liberal patronage dufring the
- past year I would also,
take this ..ppottunity to in
forum them, th.at I shall still
continue to carry on my bu.
siness at my old stand, at the first door above
Presley and Bryan's brieck store; where ma
be found, at all times, allkinds of HARNESS,
SADDLES. BRIDLES, and all other articlet
generally kept in such establishments.
Military equipage, made to order in the sIs
approved style, w ill also be promptly fqwnish
ed at my shop.
All persons wishing to buy, I hope will give
me a call. I shail endeavor to put all my ar
ties as low, as in justice to ttnyself 1 an os
sibly aff'ord to do. t. 16BE.
May 13 f . 6
A L Peons havingaderstands 'aine
the Estate of Wit.. Brps, si
ceased, are ,requested to rentier. them .ii
according to law.' .f hose indlebted'tosaid
Estate are requiested to make immediate
Aril 2~ - -t ff -1
il ..sopnaargen Ii -
riaior SPlhII' uia l Bit
purc atithres~onaa '
"Sid fk nduc Ga rl " '
"firas, 'o er Gr'r
e'nd a great variety pfer
kept in our line.-'A: :of =wbh a:, ' 8
on tetrato iuittle iii - . ;
amine bsou . ~
i rl8'',NEW S RfOE ~
U DryeGoods,ofll e Jpr '
ternas, consaistin in'pr pn5 -
Plain .Uunslin ib t B=
Printed Lawnat, .new.
ham and Muslin'~ k, j $hr " ' rd
children, Book; MuH.7cntjC
Swiss and r ab ri Ms 'ri&, .-.
Drills, . Browun Linen I'TabIe '.~Ol' '
yard or pautera, Damrik T&WW, a.rer =:
Skitig;'RchFancy prt 'as
superior Calicoes, atJ2 et ft:X ;=
Nankeens,- Checks. Ticks*,Gld r i
Parasolotnes, Sun Shades [J~itji'in
Silk Handkerchiefs, FunmturUi r s',
gesm Palm and Leaf-Hats 'Ladies' ~- ea r"
plain Straw andl hr' "ipy4"'~j
Flowes, Cab and 1tzbhos;ij~d'ei'fiuipKd
8lippers"Children's Jlack -
*c A. lot of Hbsier47X33 mr chen
than ever before offered atat it -taybetc: oe"
whiclr"together -with or formetrstc - ;u
soll low, for Prompt Pa., Api 9
B Y. the last Wi~d land m't
tenance and education of a numberufYie io = .
orphans of this District under rle, .
years -and b6yn.' the L~gislajtnre,
misuionters havebi pEatedA:rpea
the benevoleatdbjgitsof. ilae.Testat&t.
have procure'd' a stable loeatroi 1t- -,a
lanrd, eigbt mile, below Hamburg ;and' e
at soon asthey carl ascertain t e "o'
bebehtciaries, to erect ruilpbLt~u
their accommodation;-,and to ,:
ces of af competent persWf"
Tbedesinb l'Ci aj'tt
licit thet co ojcatatinibftli&.:ci a'
.but more, particuarly of ihe Ciiiinmssslbie of ;
Free Schools,. in ascertains the uuii66id
drezw in theirmreslpective l egh1i'gd s
to the beneqzs designed by:.th WE
the Tesjafor.. al~se ~UhLUM
Hamburg Past Offce,will hbe tha"
.ceived. - .
- D. AatDJS,- , y. gm'
The liamnbnrg Junl1 ~ ? .
G nitiAgeiu&Z C
T bh 1ferw lisiteniledeo is~t r
lRi.:czsio Aa.Fa FWiINGgt
Buying :Goods- for. wlrtWs:*r + ; , e
- ematitidtoap bEts ;t' ~
Ho embraces this oppor f- A'-ii'
his thianks to' hid riendsr theiribeil piatron.
age heretofore'bestowed,afd ,by .industry it