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From tie Charleston Evening Newes.
The South Carolina Conference of the Me
thodist Episcopal Church, South, which ha
,been meeting at Cumberland Church-intii
City for the last week, under the piesideucy o
Bishop Capers, adjourrned yesterday. T'i
following appointments of Preachers fur the
- -ensuing year, H ere made last night:
Cua&ta ToP DsicT-S WCapers. P E
William M Wightman is the senior Editor
of the Southern Christian Advocate. and ~4s
sistant Agent of the Book Concern of the Me
'thodist Episcopal Church, South.
Hugh A C Walker is the Agent of the Aux
iliiries in the State of South Carolina.
CharJeston:-Cumberland, Alexins 3I For
'ter. . Trinity, Whiteloord Smith. Bethel
Wm. P. Monroo. St. James', Martin Eaddy
German Mission, David Derrick.
Black Swamp, Bond English, John S. Ca
Savannah River Mission, Andrew -J Green
Walterboro, Hieniy A Mood, Paul F. Kist'
Conibahee and Ashepoo Mission. John R
Coburn, P W McDoanie!.
Orangeburg, RobertJ Boyd, Osgood Chaeiz'
Cypress, Peyton G Bowman, Hugh F Per
Pon Pon Mission, Stafford P Tayler.
Cooper.River, Lewis 3A. Little.
Cooper River Mission. Thus E Leadbetter.
Beaufort and Prince William Mission, Dan'
iel D .Cox, J L Shuford.
Edisto, Jehosee, and Fenwick Islands, Chas
Wilion, R P Franks.'
Coxtsuaor ODITRT-W Asbnry Gune
well, P E.
Edgeliebl. las W Wigbtnan, Abner Erwin.
Cokesbury, Henry Bass, Wi m T Capers.
Flat Wdsojs Mission, John H Zimmierinan.
-Pendleton, Abraham Nettles. Jio M Carlilse.
Pickens, John C McDaniel.
*Paris Muntain, Lewis Sc.-rbrough.
!r'Geenville. William M Lee..
Creenville Circuit, George V Moore. One
to be supplied.
Union, William A McSwain, Lark O'NealI.
Laurens, Hugh E Ogburn.
Newbury, Churehwell, A Crowell, Sidi H
COLUMBIA DIsTRIcT-Nicholas Tally, P E.
Columbia, Samuel Leard.
Barnwell, Wu C Kirkwood. W.n Robinson.
Columbia Circuit. Zephaniah W Barnes.
Camden, Samuel t1 Green.
Santee, Cornelius McLeod, Alex. L. Smith.
Sumterville, Samuel Townsend.
barlington. Colin Murchison. One to be
Lancaster, Edward L King.
Pleasant Gtove. Willis S Haltom.
Winnsboro'. Claudius H Priehard, Francis
hssions--Wateree,James W Wellborn. D
Q lcDaniel. -Congaree, William Martin.
At Matthews', Williamson Smith.
UVsU.uYTon DIsTRICT-Charles Betts, P E.
Wilmington, Abel Ml Chrietzberg.
Smithville, Simpson Jones.
Cape Fear Mission, Morgan C. Tur;entine.
Conwayboro, David W Scale.
Georgetown, Henry H Durant.
Black River, John It Picket. One'to be sup- n
Black River and Pee Dee Mission, Win fI e
*'leming,'John A afnod. . it
Marion, Williatn Crook, Irvin 0 A Connor. r'
-Bladen, Allen AlcCurquedale, Hilliard :C.
Maioxa--Waccamaw, John A Miniclc, A 1e
P Martin. Sainpit, George W Talley.' San. i
tee Win C Paaterson Dotal McDonald. r
! YETTE.IL.E DisTarcT-Jlnes Stacy, P w
Fayettville, Wi"iam G Connor. is
Fayet'ville Circuir. Solomon W Daves. -i
Bensensville, Marcus A McKibben, or
- Cheraw, Ienty A Bass. et
Cheraw Mission, William J Jackson. st
Chesterfield, Wesley L Pegnes. It
Wadesboru. Charles S Walker, A Greene or
Rockingham. Dennis I Simmons. cr
Albomarle. Tlnnmas WV Pos.tell.
Montgormery, Joseph Parker, Abram P A' "'
.Deep River, Sampson D Lainey. tie
Society Hill Mission, Alexander W Walker as
LIA'coLNrIJ DtsTratcr-Albert Mi. Shiipp,
P. E. .. at
.Charlotte, Paul A M Williatms, Wm liar'
Concord, Jacky M1 Bridley
Linclnto. Tos S Damiel, Mich Robbin~s.
Yorkville. Williain C Cla ke.
Spartanburg, Joseph 11 Wheeler, Robuert I,
Riahetlfrrd, John A Porter. abl
Catuwba. Thownas M ,r row. me,
Le'nnir. Miles Puiett.j
Ira L Porter, transferreJ to the Florida Con
From the Petersburg Republican. r
Obituary--Diodl. on Sundlay, the 20th lho
iust., at h'alf paht 1 o'clock. P. .,l., at Pow. full
disease whbich took him cdff was an afirec. "
tion of the lungs. broughit on by change of' Cr
climnate, hut the Duomar5 pronolunced the W
immediate cause of his demise to ben a p
want oflhreath. The deceased was a tna Cal
tive .oiBorteo in the Antipodes, and he Bire
was of' otis of the oldest andl mnoi respect F
aobl'amilies of that iland. He gave""
pr.onise of ex traordiinary iniellectual po0w- .,
era, andl 'xhibite~d a singularly noiaule -.
dhpces tion, s.o that had he sturvivedl to at
,ia rhe 'mtnrit y of' his faculties, lie v'ould'3
o tos9:. ihanve proved himself an oroa
meta; toi hi's native country, eclipsed in his the
ear'e', all his "'iltutrioujs prediecessore.,, pare
and sur;>assed 'he brilliat famo even of ~~c
haown regjowned a'mcestore Hie wvas r- .
-c'ently mmn the totm of the U. States,
accompantied by his tutor andI gaanrdian for
the purposo of acquiring an) imibight into
our syvstem of Governmenat, laws and insti~"
tuinand 'of apiyo our tuganners and r'i
tuto-ns.H receivedl on his route evemy of F
grgmif. mW miark of emourtesy aud attention Ci
hemn' waitr-d on biv treat numisers of peo.
and be autif I ladmies, 's ho siought an~ intro.LI
duetion to him. hlavong reached Peters LAN
burg iii delientst health, anad being madetru
worse by ibhe exc.item~entaof riceiving com Anu
pany', he was suddehmnly seized with a pain appli
in his chest, which so'su became serious have
and nharmn,,.nafflI.nu the skill of' our of thi
mo4 eminent phiysicians, who generously to w
volunteered their valuable services ona the greal
occasion. but. unfortunately, to no purpose. of tt
Whar enhances the painfulness of' this sad niem
eo, is th't, as we learn, he was enga- wJrr
gedpt bs- marriedl to a beauitiful an I oc- and
complishied .yong Oraug Outang. with thinik
whom be expecteul to hue utted immedi
titely on his return- to Boreno Her name S
was nraathedl in his last sight, and the tei'
abie shock wh'ch the itnettigentce of his .,
d.emase must produce on her can better be Cour
imuagiaed than expressed. - y j e
l0" The followinggentlemen are announcet
- by their friends as candidates for the Office u
Tax Collector..at the ensuing election t
Col. JOHN QUATTLEBU31,
GEORGE J. SHEPPARD,
f SAMPSON B, MAYS,
Lieut.-JAMES B. HARRIS,
S'Maj. S. C. SCOTT.
Maj. MARSHALL R. 83!IT1I,
LEVI U. WILSON.
1D-" The following gentlemen are announced
by their friends as candidates for the office of
Ordiuary, at the ensuing election.
Col. JOHN HILL.
Capt. W. L. COLEMAN.
T HE undersigned respectfully announce
. to their friends and the publig generally,
that they hive formed a co-partnersh ip, under
the name of
GOODE t SULLIVJ.A,
for the purpose of transacting a mercantile bt
sinecs, and will keep on hand at the Store rc,
cently occupied by S. F. GooDE, a general
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
Hardware, Crockery, Groceries, Saddlery, &c
&, cnomptising all articles usually kept in a
countly store, which they will sell upon accon
modattiugtermrs. and they hope by strict atten
1ion to business, to merit a liberal share of pub
lic patronage. S. F. GOODE,
J. B. SULLW AN. -
January jut. '847. .
The Subscriber takes this opportunity of
retnrnine his thanks to his old friends and cus
tomters, har former favors, and to solicit, for the.
neiifrm of GoODE & SULLtVAN, acontiimance
of their patronage S. F. GOODE.
January 1st. 1547. tf 50
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Ann F. Wiliams and
Ies. 3 Bill for
Freeman G. Martin, . Partition, 4'c.
James W. .aldw eli and
wife Frances, & others.
IJT appearing to ily satisfaction, that the do
fendauts Jatnes W. Caldwell, and wife
Frances, reside beyond the limits of this Sta te.
On nation of (iffin and;Banhiam. Comnp lain
ant's Solicitors, Ordered. tha the said Jam es
W. Caldwell and-wife Frances, do appear and
:leatd, answer or detour, to this hill, with in
hree mruths from the pubbication of this order.
)r that the said bill be taken pro confesso against
hem. S. S. TO1lKINS, C. E. E. D.
:onmissioner's'Office, Edgefield C. H1.
January 22, 1817.
january 27 . 3m 1
O' Female feauty.
CULPABLE NEGLECT-thas seen oh. a
erved by visiters from all other countries. as c
s well as by persons of the best cuiltivnted a
aote in t is, that in no conntry is there a larg.- c
r class of fe.male beauty and excellence, than v
this city. Yet, while the shue-fitter. dress.
taker, and milliner are engaged in adorning G
nature's best gift to man," one part npoears a
most totally neglected-the Hair. How' of. ii
n do the ravages of'disease lay waste the del- q'
ate form of the lair and beautiful, and though 0
stored to healt agin. yet th:se flowing locks
hich once adorned their heails. fall til and L
ver again return to their original beauty It in
inconceivable how any ierson, umoreespe' P'
ally a Iney, can tuanifest so much neglect
this point, when a "never failing rein' Pi
y" can ue obtained at No. 8 Snnth Third
eet, Philadelphla.and asking for Dr. invte''s se
iirTonic, which will perfectly restore this tn
ly rn-glected part of femaln beauty. U
What is a dollar or twvo to comnpleate the
>wilnii point roff.'iale bieaii ty ? tha
Bronrchiis, Coughtr, Consumaption .-Thou-' w'
Iads die niiiiaily with thie nhoe dlisr'nses,
an's Expecctoranmt never flails to rehlieve, andh
rmnnnently cures nine ont of ten who use it
It. S ROBERTS. is Dr. Javii's only Agent
Edgefia'tl C lII, South Ca'roit.
anuary 27 Se I
*Losi 0or Stolen. T
No'uotE OP lAND.. dra n byh Mark
Etheridge, in favor of Jlinis Banks, or
rer. fair the somn of four hiundred urid twen
ix dollars, dated '2nd or 3rd 1iny l84ii pay.
t 25th Decemnbe.r, 13 llt personq are
me~d against tuainig for sail Note, ats pay. tl
lit has beena stnlpped. - at
tnuary 2O 3t* 5 the
1hlT H Erdersigned takes ihis opport-inity for
- ot tendering his thi:irks fear the libieral pa'
ange hem ha. rece'ived, duoring rhe short timeoB
ias benen ini Ed -etieldl. and would respect, to
y solicit a '-Ontinnanmce of' ihe same. ie is at
prcpare'd to carry Oin tire above business "ri
it its branches: the
ahtt Bread. Rusks, Bntter Craekers. Sugar ""
ckers, W~ater Crackers, Milk Biscuits, the
eo Bisemts, Siuar Biscuits. Poaiid itnd theij
'uge Cake. W~ashington Cakes. Taylor thie3
e.<, W~eddting and Party Cakes, Ginger and
ad, &c. &.c mot
resh CA N DiES iif all kindq made to order, in t
at the shioa test possible notice. 'sv
8. P. PIELD.- '"
unary 20 if 5a enip
J1edA' l Notice, P~iPl!
~RS REIAIY & YOUNGBLOOD hav. plan
oig assoc.;ated themselves together, ini inlU
ractic.' olIedicine and Surgery, are pre' witth
I to visit the sick at iill time's. Dr. Ready of tli
>e foiud at his residence, and Dr. Yonng' rrco
l,ti alit. Wailing. of th
nuary 5, 1847- if' 50 in, a
)tice to Guard ians, &c, F<
U AIR Dl ANS, Trutstecs and Receivers
are hereby miutifiedh to make their annual jat
ne hbefore rme. oii or before the tenth day'
S. 8 TOMPKINS. c. E. a. D. T
emissioner's Odice. Jan. 6. 50 4c be al
EAD' READ!!! READ!!U-Havn and I
used HEWES' NERVE and BONE have
M ENT, prepared by JOSEPH T. ROWV ma,
D, I can certify io its good effects. A a nei;
lesomne reumatic afi'ection in my riahi male,
der of three years' standing, was by a few cai ec
eatioins thoronghly cured. Fifteren months and
elapsedl since its use,w'ithou~t a reenrrence last r
complaint. Several relatives and friends Expe
tom I rercommenided it, have also received freel~
benefits from its erse. A general knmiv- reston
of its virtnes would be the source lion
alleviation of much pain a: d inconve- Jaiyne
e. With 'his object in view, I have zn, A
ou-r sor.tcr'rameo anthorised Mr. Roiw. valual
o make use of this testimonia las he may putblic
paroper. Ttuos. 3. Hovpry J ayne
201 Noirthi Sixth stre'et, sician
I'wholesale andl retail by - rions
JOSEPH1 T. ROWLAND, lieis
Noi. 376 .Mrarke't street, Philadetphia. -Son
sate by R. 8. ROBERTS, Edgefie lk R.
funse. S. C., Court
lary 20 3# m1 ;..,,
! More Jew Goads.
f .L. & E- PENN hav st receive
G o from New York; a very adsnine ki
of FANCY GOODS, aid alio'a complete a:
'sorttuent of Worsted Goods for Ladies Dresses
Plaid French Merinoes. Omibre Cashmer
Fignered do., Muslin de".Laine Shawl:
Plaid do.. Mezeppa do., Cashm re do
Gala Plaid, black Belvidere do,.very larg
Black Gro de Rhine Silk.
Double width do, a very superior article,
Together with.manny other desirable articles
all of which will be sold heap.
november 25 tf 44
UST RECEIVED, from- tiPhiladelphi
Manufactory, a large amitnrment of
:ilk and Cotton UMBRELLAS,
from 50 cetnts to $10. A few :of the Walkin
F'ane Umbrellas, a new and;iurious article
answering the double purposeof a handsme
Walking C." ne and splendid Umbrella.
G. L. ; .E. PENN.
november 25 if 44
T T HE Subscriber gives notice that he will
resume the duties of his School on the
second Monday in January, 1847.
TERST or TUIT7ON As Ttiow
Spellinr. Reading, Writing, with the
four elemeutary rules in Arithte
-tic, per quarter, $3~00
The above,with A rithinetic continued,
English 'Grammar, Geography,
and History, per quarter, 4 00
The above, with Logic, Natural, Men.
tal and Morals 'Philosophy. Rhet'
orie. Algebra., Geometiv. and
other branches connected with
a practical lathematical educa*
lion-Astronomy, per quarter, 5 00
Instruction in the Latin and Greek language:!
will lie given, should any desire it.
The subscriber expects to have a Musical
Department, connected with his School, Under
the care o's Lady well qualified -for the dis
charge of its duties. Lebson on Piano Forte,
&c., will be giveni
S. W. KENNERLY.
N. B.-Board can be iad in the village: of
Pottersvlle. at from5 to 7 dollars per moth.
by those who may wish to attend the School.
december 23 . 1if 4 3
Southern IBaptist Review,
PENiFIELD. GA. .
IT iv proposed to publish -in this place a
. Quarterly Review, adapted to the wants of
Baptists-in the Southern States. Of the im.
aortance of such .an enterprise. .we presume
here can be no doubt. Hitherto, we have
Men content to trust to the north- flora large
iortiou of our religious literature.-With tire
exception. of weekly newspapers, scarcely any
ubhcanuons have been issued by Southern
Baptists. with a view of keeping pace whh the
niellectual advancement of the aga. The di
ecticn of opinion upon subjects ofgrreat im
ortance and of pec tiar interest to us has been
ommitted to other, and- ofte hostile hands;
lid publcations have been circulated among
ur churchos containing eentimeuts adveir t,
nr inatitutions, and prejndicial to mrchristian
haracter It is time that we.should -think and
trite for ourselves.
The Review will contain; rticlcs on imprr
tmt suhjects; reviews andinotiees of literary
ad religions works. as'well aiq'other inter wt
ig and valuable matter. It-will be published
tarterly at $3 a year, payable on the delivery
r the first number
To those who take th, Index, the Periodical
ibrary, or the denominritional paper published
the State in which they. reside, it will be
at at $2 50 the year.
Four will make an noctavo volume of 60(.
The Review will be publish-d by Rev. J.,.
ph S. Baker, aad edited by Rev. J. L. Rey
Ids, Professor of Bibhcal Literature, Mercer s,
The first number will appear in At pril.should hi
ent~erprisa, mleet with thu enicoaura..:em .a
ichm is conti.lently expectd.
atnnary 20 . dI 52 sm
a sPEc.R's FILC0- Nkt5sTOR iTiv'K BiTTF~.'
efloigCeraificates is frma Toials F.,l i
Rotm, hlag.. 'af Kear-ha~w Dist. S'. C
Kersisaw Distria. .'. V., Jane 2d. 18Ile.
IIAV Yo'sedmi amhaily' Spensrer's Pills,"
foar two years~ ja. antd during that timeT
contidencoa mthta'r saiperimuity over erit y
er -similar prepauratia -n withm.' my knoswledge I
been contantaly mscrea.me: I naow r'elseel
in to b~e the best cathanrtiae Pills in uise. I-'raalnca
erarliust remuemtbesraance I have baeen affliact I
wish Sick Heasd.achse and Ca'sfireness. :andl
a number of' years past htave~ beetn atrm th
ioans advertized ratmedie~s, amtotnr'thers ;
:'kivitha s, Lem's and Pete.ru' Pills; hait tai'eu t
'blinn any paermlanent relief, ut ill Jnat. 5, ~i
*v'lich tinie Dr. Spetncer's Agenit left nie
10esal his Pills; recnmea.ndmag me ta try'ma
n for nay complaint. I did so; and by their amnd
ermo actti tapotn thme marhidt miatter and
r mihld yet effea.ctuatl puareativae properties
so cleansmd mny stomnachs and bowels that
re~mavedl both the head-ache nnd11 its cause
gave me certaina and spaeedy relief. My
lher-in-law iaas also used theit wvitha sauccess
ie samte comnplaint whi.-ha she baa I ad, so.
re as to throw her into spastms antd canentl. ~
s, being obligedl ini these cases tao resoart to m
aing and rather severe appliaatioans. I hanve beet
anade fregnent and conastatn: use. oft these w
ina ay family, in eases of Bawel Com-.wi
at, broaghat on by the trio 'rmeo iaadutlecc mn
te of Berries atad Fruit, anad in ALLt cASEsth
satccess. In short I have tnever kntown te
ei~r failure in any disease which thaev are
Lnended to cure, for wich I hijive knourwn enti
air beinag tried, if their use was perseveredph
mad directiotns strictl followved. nr
TOBIAS FOL.SOM. cha
r sale by .J. D. TII BB~I T', th
Edgefield C. 11., S. C, a'n
iniary 20 - .Imn 52 lt'
11$ Medicine has alreadly provedl itselr to .LC'1
I that it has beetn recommetadedl, by thase ile Ic
hatve given it a fair test in this counatry,
he detaand for it increases daily. We
jnst heard of an itnportant caire of Asth-'
whaich has beena effected-by the ause atf it in! Ph
thboring town-the case was that of a t'e- Pr
who had for a long time beeni under ihe, - -T
fu a ysicia., but had received no relief'I2
to:r case was considered hoapeess. As a 'ti
sort shte purchased amttle of Dr Jayne' deC
etorant, which caused her to expectoarute ~~
, radpaally eased her. congh, anad rapidly
eher to health. .We have tao hesita- A
ma sayt .g. that this preparation of Dr.)
,for the cur'e of Coughs, Cmlds. Infinmen-' immers
sthma. Cosummptiotn, &c., is the mnost maand
>le medicint ever offered tam the Aitmem ican
.There is no quackery aubouat itt-Lar. jati
is one of thie most skilful oractisinag phy'
t in Pennasylvania, amid whferever hiis va
re~parations have beena thoroumghly tested, AI
noked upon as a great public benefactor.
ersct (AMain) Journal make
S, ROB3ERTS, sole agent, 2dgefield denma
House, 8. C.
tary 20 -a~ 52 ja
STATE OF SOUTIH CAROLINA,
" EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
IN TITE COMMON PLEAS.
- . Ca. sA.
Eli Holliday. E
Ll HOLLIDAY, who is now in the cns
tidy of the Sheriff of Fdgelield DistrieI
by virtue of a writ ofcupias.ad respondtendnot,
at the suit of Bailey orley, having filed iet.
petition, with a schedule upon oath. of Is
whole estate and 'Biets, with the pl'rpose u.
obtaining the benefit of the Act' of tIh. Gene
ral Assembly, commonly called the lusolvisoi
Debtors Acts. Public notice is herehy given.
that the petition of the said Eli Holliday, will
be heard and considered in the Court of Com
I in Pleas, at Edgefield Court iIn'tse. on the
First Monday in Mlarch next, or on such other
day as the Court mvty order during the term.
commencing on the'First Monday in Alarch
next, at said pliao. and all the creditors of the
said Eli Holliday, are hereby snmimonedl, per
sonally. or by attorney, then and there in said
Court. to show cause, if any they can, why the
benefit of the Act+ aftresul. shiubId not be
be granted to the said Eli Holliday. npon his
erxecuting the assigimnent required by the Acts
aforesaid. Tius. G. BACON. c c. r.
Clerk's Office, 24th Novr.'8-16. 3m 44
STATr. OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Stewart & Coate,
vs. CA. SA.
John T. Swann.
OL N T. SWANN. who is now in the cus.
tody of the Shteriflof rEdgefield District, by
virtne of a writ of'capias a'. eutisfalciendum, at
the suit of Stewart & Coate, having filed his
petition. with a schedule iln with, of his whole
estate and eff'ects, with the purpose of obtain.
in" the benefit i the Arts, commonly called
the Insolvent Debtors Acts. Public notice is
hereby given, that the petition of the said John
T. -Swann, will he hearil and considered in the
Court of Common Pleas. ti Edgefi'-d Court
House, on the First .ilonday in Marb next,
or on such other tday as the t.'onrt may order,
durimg the term. commencing on the first Mon
day in Match next. at said placne. and nil cre.
ditor of the said John T. Swann, are hiereby
sut-int-e,, per-or.aty, or by attorney. then
and there in said Court to ,-hot ennise, ifany
tiy atn.why the benefits of the Act- aIresaid.
should not he granted tot the s:ti John T.
Swann, upon his executintig the assignment
required by the Acts afotesaid.
THOS0 G. BJACON, c. c. '.
Clerk', Office. 2-tih Nour. 1846. nt 41
American IIair Dye
Wat ranted, if strictly ntpltzd accord'ng to .
d.rection, to chliogt. the hir (rom ANY other
coliur to a henitis Anhurit, or it p'erfecrtly jet
Black. Without .taimiig or irritating the skin
like other flair Dyes.
Prepared only. by Dr. D Jayne, 20 South
Thirit street. Philadelphia. Price 51) cents
R. S. ROBERT'S is Dr,-Jayte's only agen
it Edgfelld Court (louse,
Beiare of Couits ! efl-r
Jannar 6 3t 50
r 10 TilhEF .ITmLESS
Ifany donut the wronderful powers of i
DR. CULLEN'S INDIAN Ef'GETABL LE
"A NA (EA,'- we invite them to call ipon Mir. d
Sac Brooks. Jr., Jeffersont street. fouth doot ti
vest of Schiylkill Sixth street, below Locust. b
ted learn froi his own ips of one of the most
stoniighing cures of Serofti:: ever performed f
in a human being-or call at the reidetite oc;:
is lather. Eleventh aned Vte streets. Sold cc
y .J0S. T. R OW"AF l) I).
376 Marker street. Piiiadelphin.
R. S. ROBERTS, pei.t, Edfield C. 11
.lann:i v 6 3t 50 the
Worms in Children !!
Of all dieese to whict childr--n tre ext.'.
d. none are o tatal to them( as tornts. Uo. C
tim. n'tit s thety ssinitnte the -:yytoms of. atli
04t every sot er cIaltlspinttintu 'he!Itn pro
ice attiii elc tiiwilh,utt l.gIg .--nsp.t-t
. 'rmi rite ttfl only it c;t'tu tof dj.:~e-p
ptmsehve< bnt bcy the~it uritationa a ,ggravte~, ail
ier dhisuen.-e', wankrine';t' frmeit onte pirt oftheit
-ge balls. awiil ob-trtetiing the hotwtels nut I'm.
ettit tin- thts onit. cmaitng citnvail.sittns,, andl b
) ofictn dtath. 'lThe d..niiret rtemitdv wilhlbe att I
oil in Dr..Jaynte's 'IToiu V.nmratige-uwhichs Pti
il very statin dleatruy the. wtois, attd intvig1 et:
0 the pu'wers of dietiont, st as to prcott inni
ecturn of thtem.. te
rzonsum'ptin. Cugh. Spitnc Blood. Se.. Sji
Coumtiiujves. Fonr-litihis tf youi are really ('it
l;iin tr..mt tegt',-etledscldis, tsr art oblstrtte- ili
I attd conttentt ittnimmationt itt thet delj. Ott.
b. rctthe is dIustribtedi ts every pmart of the in i
sa. T1htis tobstitin productes pails anit tno
t, htecric lever andi a stpiuing sit lood, thter
ier, or ph'tegmti. w hichi fintally eblist, tIe cn,
nth~ ottf the patient. andi denthi ensnies.-- thm
tn's Expecrtornt lever fails to remouvie this "ipt
ructissn. antd ptroducs thie mtosu tliesing~ by
happy)1 result. It is ecitaini in its etfects,
caninoC tail to relir ve'.C
.S. ItOBE RTI'. sole Agentt, at Edlgefield
ruary 13 5I
\ltr. T. Rriwand-ienr Sir--Foi fiumr or
yeairs I havei' sttrred grealsly fromt ilihen Er
sin m ty hsend. which dturing the last yeatr
mse worse anid worse. For fotir or five
ks previotus iso thes 15th inst., I hand quiii red ti'.'
ont inti-rmissmon, my general hsenth awas ieti
h imtipaired. myt sig lit injured,. arid tm iid liled
enisitive, that I cotuld s~ctel3 rest i't tipo whis
>ithow. Twis daive sine a sinj,'le app/ica. ttblim
ofyouir "MIAGIC LOT~iOtN,'' relieved me As
'tly in two sir three sminuttes. I hnve ap. debtii
I it occasionally sincee, anid the soreniess ite It
ly aonet So greait naid suidden wi as the neart
go. thiat I can scarcely iealize that I amrt)e
amnc man. II art
smye itlso eed o'ne of tmy tlhildren. anti a~ "S li
he frienid oh' heaadachie in two or thtrei rmin- mien.
grent is my confidtente in the "M1AGIC v iiin
If)N' thati I wnis no itt lie wvithonut a bot. torn;
r "ifty timcs its cost." canse
Y turs a-spetfrulty, Acts
JACOB WV. SOUDERI, Enoc
No. 350 Marker sic et mteti
iladelphiia, January lyth. 184l6.
pat:rdi nnd sosld WVholesale anid Retail, by ck
lIoand, 376 Mlarket street.
8. RtOBERTS, .Agent, Edgefield C. HI.,
ember 16 t 47 The 1
L persons indleted to rte er-tate of A za- meet3
riah Abney.tdec'd., are regntestedl to mtake A pptie
dinte paymt.i't anud thouse hnving d~e Ofinee
s to presetut them properly attested.
JOH N H ILL, Adm'r.
wary 6 hf 50 Nov
,, persons indtebted in the estate ofrn'Am L
net Stalneker, dec'd., are reqnested to I
imumediate payment, andi those hiaving' mtake
rids, to present hepreryatte'sted. deinan
JOt HmrNHIteLy. Adm'r. ~ ;t
STATE OF SOUTH CAIULLNA
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Johnf Ii. -tuntre6,
Geo. Polatly & John S. Polntty. .S
EO. POLATTY & JOHN S. POLAT
TY. who are noti in the custody of the
aleriff of Edgefield Dis:rict, by virtue of a
writ of capias ad satisfacienduma at the suit of
Julie B Rountree havmtg filed their petition
with at schedule on oath. oftheir whole estate
and elects. With the uiarpose of obtaining the
benefit of the Acts of the- General Assembly,
commonly called the insolvent Debtors Acts.
Public notice .s hereby given, that the poition
of the said Geeo. Polaty and John S. Palatty
will be heard and ctnstered in the Court of
Commot Picas, at Edgefield Court House, on
thi First Monday in March next, or on such
other day ai the Court may order during the
term. commencing on the First Monday in
March next, at .aid place. and all the creditors
of the said Gen. Polatty and John S. Polacty,
are hereby summoned, personally. or by at
tarney, tien tand thereiin said Court, to show
cause, if any they can. why tht benefit of the
Act., aforesaid. should not he gra'ated to the
said Geu. 'ollhat y and John >. Palatty, upon
their executing the assignment required by the
TIOS. G. IACON, 'c. C. P.
Clerk's Office, 24th Novr. 1d46. 3m 44
State of Sculh Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
O LIVElt -IIPSON, who is now in the
custody of the .Sheriffor Edgeliehl Dis
trict. by virtue of a surrender of h is b:ri . under
a writ of capias ad satisfacrendu,, at the suit
of Rubtmson & Caldwell, havia filed tis peti
tion with a schedule on oath ol his waale es
tate al e'ects with the purpose of obtait.ng
the beneit of the Acts of the Ge;neral Assean
bly, commonly called the lIsolvent Debtors
Acts. Public Notace is hereby given that thme
siap:tition of the said Oliver Simpson. will
be heard and considered in the Court of Com
mon Pleas, at Edgefield Court House, on the
f'i-st Monday in March next. or on such other
lay as the Court may order during the' tern,
:matmecing on the first Monday in March
next. at said place; and all the creditors of-the
maid Oliver dienpson, are hereby summoned,
)ersonaliy. or by attorney, their and there. in
atd Court. to thew cau.-e. iftany they catn,
*vhy the beneht of the Acts ..'aresaid, s..oa.ia
tot he grat ted to the said Oliver Sanyson, ip.
n his executing the assgatnment reaatired by
T'IO1AS G. BACON, c. c. P.
.lerk's Orice, Novr. 19:1j, 1846.
nov. 25 3n 44
TrATE O1 SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN TIlE C'OMlIMOY PLEAS.
);land & ljutler,
vs. C. SA.
SBIEtI' S3MUEL who is now in the
custody of the Sheriff of Ldgefield Dis.
ict,by virtue of writ of a copias ad statisfacien.
tut, at the stit of Island & Butler. has ing
led ais Petitionz with a schedule on oath, al
is whore estate and eh'ects, with the paurpase
f obtanin g the benefit of the Acts of the Gea
al Assembly. commonly called the'insolvent
btaars Acts. public notrce is hereby given t
at the petition of the said Robert Samuel w ill t
heard and considered itt the Court of Caom
otPleas, at Edgelield Court Iluuse, on the
st 3onday an March next, or on such other
ay as the Court may order during the terni;
>mmen4a1acintg on the first Monday. inlarch
xl, ani tall the creditort Ot the said Rabert I
inttl, are hereby summoned persoeatly or i
'attorney, then and there in sad Court, to v
ow cacnse fatany they-can, why the benefit of
Acts aforesaid shoauld not be granted to the
i Rabet t 'amtel luponta hits ceceutin;g the
igtmaentre'piircd by the Aets .d'oresaid.
T 110S. t i. 1A CON, r.. c P.
erk's OWlie, 24th Nv 1846 :an 44
I ATI-.01 OF 01OUI'l I alOL1na.
IN ('0113103N P L EA.
*rs CA. SA.
i;ENRIIy Ii d i'' ath is noaw itt the cats
itatady af thae Stherilf oif Ed...feld Dtistriel,
urtne ali wrc o ca pi tea. :5tad <at it acientduma fic
hei sntit at W.ils-m Staiwart. haaama filaed hcis nao
itonl with a schtedlea Oat aiatha 'of hci<c whola of
la ,anda aelbets, iatthe purpose of obttatn- lat
thte beatelit caf tthea Act< catammoanily called sa
itsttlvent de'btors Acts, piabbea laotice is tnr
rehy livent that thec petiian uathde said I letary itap
re~s ill he haardf anid coaasidered iaa tha ay
art tat Conatatttn lhas, at Edge~ttield Coatrt iat
as. * at the lirst M1ondtlay in aMrarch netxt. or fiana
neh~ thtlr day as cte Comai maany oardetr du-t.
h at termt. cotmmenttcing aoa the first Monatday
itarcht t xc.,tat said laice, uand all the cread 5'
Sof tito stalid tny S piresire hterebay souma
ed pearsonttally .r by attorntey. thena and
a' in at d Coua aart ian showa~ canasa, it anly thlay ty)
whay te hottehits oft the Acts aforesaidi
Id naoa bet gratced to the staid Ilenary Sitires Sai
a hcis eixacuatinig the assignmnt required
lie Acts .atoresaidl.
TH OS G. BA CON, C C. P. fg
'leak's Oflice.24th Nov i546 3m 44 noar
'ATE 0OF SOUTil CAROLINA, oft
E DG E Fl ELI) DDISTRICT. ti*t
N T HE isOMMON0 P LE AS. der
mlrli-s d wan, )to tl
Vs. - CA S day
ochl T'. Davis. iw
A\OCli T. D.\VI[S who is now in theaw
etastodjy tat thae shaesi'ot Edgetield Dii- Clcm
lay aarti aaf at writ of capiats ad statisti- s
ham, tat thea snit oh C~htarles aiwan, hiavinag
hcs petitiaan w ith a schaedule on (a oatht of hats
e eshtale andtt l'eis, wvith thet paurpose of
atintg te benteit if thte Acts ofl the General
nthl. coma- ottly ealle'd thet inasolvenct
rsa Acts pabea nituce is hereby gaien that S
atuc ni cat said Encih T. Davis wilt be
andjt consttidearet ta cte Coutrt of Comtimon 1
Ga t Edgelield Court House, on the first
lay in March naext, or ont such other day
taourt hmtaay oradar tdat iaag the term., comi-inr
ing oat tate firt.c.I'cundnai itt .larch ne t in
l1 the creditors of thte saId Eatoch TI. Da- I
e hierby sitntimaned piersoanally or by at- a'."a
y ten untd thecre ti satid Court to show sfld
. aaua~y they c at, whty te bjettellt af the rilav
tfaaresajd adhaaild noat he gratnted to thec said there
I'T. Davis. tipaan his execting the assign unoa
regniired by thec Ar'ts .atariesaid.
TihUS. G;. BACON. c. E. Pt c
rks Office, Nov. 30 45 3m
FEMIALE TE'IAC~ILR to cake charge A
of a salli Schocol, for cte ensninag year.
:tcon tof cte Schtotl is neatr thae road I
g fromt Edgefield Court latnse to Aikw;,
tnct can roeaaai well recommaaend--d w'illt tt
-"ith emptloyment at a rceasoabtle salarv. m
!ttion tmay ho miado tharough tihe Po'st estate
Edgefield, or toaeitheof thesubhscribers
2, 1846 tf 41 M
.i .esa Notlce. IA
itprsosamebtedc to the estte of Wil- ~
inma Waltont, dec'd., are requaested to ?U
imediate payment, atnd thause havimg ech to
dv, to present themi pruapuiry attested. ancebi
JOHN BIlLL. Adma'r. mnent.
arve r5n. Jun
STATE F SOUTrC.RO11
IN THE .COMMON PL Ef'
H.. C..Turner, * .
.B.,l..Rabon. ; , -
L. RA'DON, who is-owin ictt: .
t, dy of the eliff of Edge~efdel t .
by virtue of a writ, cnpis ad sa'sfatdazji
at tle smit of 11. U. Turner, having filk,1 ..
petition with a schedslle,.ou ontihbehisaiivhitl
estate and eflects, with.tle purpore 'Enabtain.
ing the benefit of the Acts of the GenerM ealA .
sembilty, commnonly enalled the insake et~j~
ors Acts. Public uoticoais l.wreliyjivt*j1
the petition-df-tlie'sid: D. L. abon yi' :
heard and considered in the &oijrt of Comn -
Pleas, at Edgefield Court Houe otheia
Monday in March-next, or on such otherlay: -
as the Court nty'ordiarduring the terntra
mesncing on the first Monday, in.Match ne,24
at said pilace, and all the creditore:of tbe said
B. L. Itabon-are hereby summoned, persound
ly. or by attorney. then and there; in:a qiCtirt
to show cause,. if any they can, wbyhfie'cine
fit of the Acts aforesaid, should not be gtanod, "
to the said 13. L. Rabon, upon-hiifeiecntin
the as-rgumeit required by the Aets afoteeni "
TIlOS. G. BACON, c:e.-p -z
Clerk's Office, 24th Novr. 1846. 3m
State of South. ('aroliina$ '
EDUEFIRLD DISTRICT. -
IN THE COMMION.PLEAS.
S. T Hughes Declarijtioai
vs. . Foreiga
'ascehal Tillman.- Atanchment =
rI He Plaintiff ins the a ove case'liavig'hA .
day filed his deelarattor in my office, and
the Defendant havin; neither Wife nor 'At
torney known to reside within; thecJjiinits of
this $tste', ont whom a- copy of said- Declera'
sion with a rule to plead can be served, an-mo.
tien. G riflin, Plaintifi's'Attot ney, ordered that
said Defendant appear and plead to-said De -
laration within a year and a-day from.the date
hereof, or jndgmntt will be awarded against
him by defhtIt. T. G BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Jan. 30,1846. ly 3
EDGEFELD DISTRICT :
IN THE COQIMON Pg EAS
Matthew Gray, - - Diclarai1o '
Oliver Simpson, . LL hri'h
1r IlE Plaintiff in the above case hvin~ :.:
this day filed his Declaration in oi - o -d
lice. On totion -of .Wigfill, 'Plaintifa's' ttor
ney, (Ordered. That the Defendantappearita -
'lead to the said Declaration. within a year
srdya. say from the date hereof, of :aidinamea
vidl be entered against hum by difauzt. -
THOS. G. BACON :Chrkd y,
Clerk's Office, .I'lefield C. IL., - -
14thl May, .1846, .
June 17 ly 21
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
EDGI1FIE LD DISTRYT.
IN THE COMMO NPL .AS.
Iohn 1ill, Ordinary;) Declarition'
.oshua 'ammond. Allachilen4'
J (EPlaitifint the abiove case hva
ang this day filed his Declaration ii.
ny ofce, and the Defendant havmgnei
her wife nor attorney- know'n toreside ,
t ithin the limits of this Ssate, 0o whom
copvsuf said Declaration *itb -a. rule tp
ad casn b "served, on me'tion of riin -
'laintii8's A ttorney, ordered that; hi ulid
)efendant apjear ar p'edot ti ea
ielaratidn wathin a ;ear atnd 4 ay. from,
te date hereof,- or judgment :11L ."a.
ar-led against him by -default. -1
.T H OM.\$ G.. BA'CON, c. c. r
Clerk's .oilice Feb. 10 184 ly .
TATE OF SOUTH CAROL[NA.
EDGiK'FI E,. DISTIUCT.
IN THlE CO)MMtON PLEAS..
Villmmi T. smi~h, Inddorser, Derlarailan
i's- in Aa.
.Tohns Swanson. tach ment.
aes. bDclaration in AUcchmnent,
l'h~e Samse. --
1i1E P'lainitili' ithe nbove casees, having
this day tiled Isis De'clarationts in my~r f
a. and the D)efnsmdant hiavinug sneither. Wife A
r .\ttorney', known to re.-ise within the limits a 'P
the said State. osn whom a copy of said dec
niinnss with a rule to plead thereon cnn be
ve'd. on mnotiont -of 1 Gi-ay. Plaintifs At..
ttey, it is ordered, that the'said Defendlat
pent andc pleadi to thsesaid Declarations withiny .
rear nnsdea dtsay. irsom the dlate hereof,- o
lamenst wvill be ntwardedh agaitnst him by de.
It. T. G. BA('ON, C. E. D.
alerk's Oflice, A pril 20. 1840 y 13
'TE OF 0 UrfI' C IROLINi
EDGtE FIE!L[D DI ST RICT.
iN TH E COJtIMON PLEAS.
llianmson Daltotn, DeclartUion;
rs. Foreign Attacmet
nnel Bateman, f
qKr E PhintilY itt the above case, havin -
this dsay fillmi his Declaration in my bfE
,ansd the Desfendantt havitng neither - wife
attrey, ktnownt to reside within the limits
uis Suite, ons wiom a copy'of said Deelara
.with a rutle to plead. can he served On
iotn nr 31r. Yncey, Plaintiff's attorney, os-'
d. that the said Defetndant appearaand plead
me said Denclasrasion. within a year atnd a
fromt thte date hereof. orindgnment will be
rded agaittst hsims by dlefaut. - -
T HO. G. BA CON, Clerk. -
-k's 00ie~e. Edgefield C. II.24th Sep. 1840.
ptemsber 30 ly 36
N~ THE COMIMON PLEAS
.Cosndiet & Co.
vs. ~ eDec. nA ttach'i'nt
~. C. R.-emer. ' -
lIE Plainti's iii the above stated case
htaving this slay- fled his declaratien
y offico, on motion of H. R. Spanu.,
. it is Ordered, That the' said De
'snt do appear ands plead to the
declarati n, within a year and a4
from the date herecit, or in- defanie
of' fnal and asnlute judgment wilL
-ded acaainst him.
TH-OS. G. BACON. cc c. w.
erk's- Office, A pril 14,1846 12.1y
.L persona having demands against lte
esstate of Davsidf Richardson, are request-~t
present thtemsimed'ately, properly at
nntd all debtorsof theesatate, are-equired
ke piromps paymnts as the affairs of theo
are aboutt to, he closed.- -
JAS' R. RICHARD SON,
JAS. S. GUIGNARD, -
YI Iy 1
. - Notice. ~
.Persons havina demands against tho
tstate of Henry .C-e dec'd., ate regnaest
present them legally attestid, an toes'
ed are regnested to make immediais pa~
THS LAKE, Admninirutor.
ef 3 t0"1