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MARIEFD IN SPITE OF THEIR
Old Gov. Stantonstall, of Connecticut,
who flourished some forty years since, was
a man of some humor, as well as perse
terance, in effecting the ends he desired.
Among other anecdotes told of him by the
N. London people, the place where he
resides is the following :
Of the various sects which have flour
ished for their day and then ceased to exist.
was one of the Rogersites, so called after
their founder, a John or a T..m, or some
other Rogers. who settled not far from the
goodly town aforesaid.
The distinguishing tenet of the sect was
their denial of the propriety and scriptur
ality of form of marriage.
* It is not good for man to be alone.'
This they believed, and also that one wife
only should "cleave to her husband.' and
this should he a matter of agreement
merely, and the couple should come to
gether and live as man and wife, dispcrs
irg with all forms of the marriage coven
ant. The old Gov. used frequently to
call upon Rogers and talk the matter over
with him. and forcibly argue the impro
.priety of living with Sarah as he did. Iiut
neither Ju!n or Sarah would give the argu
It was a matter of consrience with them
-tbey were very htppy together as they
were-of what use then could a mere
form be? Suppose they would thereby
escape scandal; were they not hound * to
take up the cross, and live according to the
rule they professed ? The Governor's
logic was powerless.
le was in the neighborhood of John
one day, and meeting him, the conversa
tion as usual turned upon the old subject.
Now John,' says the governor. ntier a
debate of the point. 'why will you not
marry Sarah ! Have you not taken her
to be your lawful wife?'
'Yes certainly.' replied John. 'but my
couscience will not permit me to marry
her in the form of the world's people.'
'Very well. But you love her 1'
'And respect her P
And cherish ' er, as bone of your bone.
and flesh of your fleh ?'
' Yes certainlv. I do.'
'And you love him, and obey him, and
respect and cherish him ?'
s Certainly 1 do.'
'Then,' cried the governor. rising. ' in
the name of the laws of God, and of the
common wealth of Connecticut. I pro
nounce you to be husband and wife !'
The ravi,ngs and rage of John and Sarah
ware of no avail-the knot was tied.by the
highest auth'ority of the state.
.The Evening for Inprovement and
Recreption,-We are, told "to every
tig thetee i a season,"' and in the
divisions of the day we find a fit. and
appropriate. season for amusements.
The.darkness.f night.is approptiately
allotted to sleep; the Ruiet serenity of
iorning'sGfirsdaiwn is t . fite ha
lowed toment rpure, heartfelt, Un
cio etvont for the toils ano .o
shold xtnd,ino te veng o .
igrh i and i yaswl sa herSen-as
Iould.ening ait ie,appyr reprtof
ploce whomt the nauelllp ntis o tihe
pedas hav thed mark it tas tie tat
bel onsto our moral cal, and intel
weta natesr Intndetows ite too of.f
tenoud etenimtl labo,he evelp ordh
a slttl i iea more foprmeor.ate
pie ilapat thentrlaleto timeshudbsard
caot s filasell for his purposeiwith
out. hei binjns to the culivia-e
it.o.I ob them pofer of h cinetd
canod cof te. Inay;rd it stiertha
belons too morofyaliatiand intl
pecturs ntors and leastotht,o ofl-t
horng of meenmandabr the lpgitiate
fruits aoarnt ths timesol o clscrod
dt is famo ats sl forhis producing en,
joymem infeimcitvesentd dfsordissa
tiony ct of th oerse tfhis mind tt have
hearic, fonepclit which ltho onorst
cal ompenst. I alludrd, thiat hart
alcesti th morie every apratilled ad
at wer teof the aet rther ofnale-h
fruit of by u a sepace.ificin ope windsow
door. t anoth its wh poducingofe
motDean u stionsromLightning.-eseago
aot iof thesefat. i eferee to p ast a
dentstn if nqut covinedrypersmn kileewa
at ihe ai oftac n idpuen ther uen,e a
tree ore by adre hutace, ore tane ofindaw
kin docrs t fityo those firstul marktote
et Ve dangeouse poiis rmi lghening
unethes fas n rhefereney tor patrough
dets, apnd wif.;i not oneb ithem.eep
thouanri eyer dhos iht gocchrugh in fuore
Dr. is onstbeond dipte wthaStc le,and
hoe had atch-ete foredinmer. Is it
good. ocusto aifkyeo thoe fists metion
hsad i Doctr, dosapy "it istrog o-f
sed laid, ort thelouno altte doore
bouse -Poughkeeie agalenk.I
-iDr sJodhnson piee of oma cicnldyo
whmadnt a hcptch for dpinr. fs itm
pord.cr" aped the houndes. e-,
is. sand inhact aec ofcommneuie indge
madeON inoapse- siisofcm
Nalive Granite.-From fuels.that have
come-to our:knowledge, we are induced to
call the attention of builders, or other per
sons intending the ercciioi of Pblicedi
flees dr granite fronts to stores. to the fact
that the quarries ai Granitecille, in this
Siate4 are very extensive, aoFr.dling the
inost beautiful specimens of fine blue Gran
ite. There are several skilful stone cutters
still at that place, who would be willing,
at very low rates, to make contracts for
one or more Granite fronts,. or,any other
cut stone work.
We understand that the Graniteville
Company are willing to permit the quarries
to be worked free of charge; and, from the
fact that the Railroad Company will oun
vey at prices per ton as low as the usual
freights at the North, a superior article
can he obtained here, at prices muchchea
per than Granite can be procured from the
We shall hail with great pleasnre the
time when we shall be able to supply our
selves from our own native guarries, not
only with granite fronts, doorsills. and
lintels, but when we shall see, as in other
cities, splendid public edifices constructed
of this durable and beautiful material, an
abundance of which is now laying useless,
in immense beds, in the vicinity of Colum
hia, Grar.iteville, and other places in the
B Y virtue of it writ of Fieri Facias. to me
directed, I will proceed to sell at the
Ware hl one of Geiger & Partlov in the
Town of Hamburg, on Wednesday the 16th
mist.. is the following case ; William Ht. Moss.
vs. Dandy & Key. fiurteen Bales of Cotton,
levied no as the property of T. N. Dandy.
Te ints of sale cash.
S. CHRISTIE, s. u. o.
August 2d. 18-18. tls. 28.
STATE OF SOUTHI CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
TIl E defenmant, Robert Shannon, who is
lin the custody of the-Sheriff of Edgefield
, istricl. by yirtue of a cepias ad satisfaciendum
issned in this case, having filed a schedule of
hii whole estate, and a petition for the benefit
of the In-olvent Debtors' Act, on motion of
Carrol, the del'uudant's Attorney, it is therefore
.ordeted, that the said I-aac Hawes, as well as
all others the creditors of the said defendant, do
appear at Edgefield Court House before the
Court of C. mmon Pleas for the said district on
the first Monday in March next, to shew canse.
if any they can, why the said defendant should
not be admitted to the benefit of the said act.
THOS. G. BACON C c tP E D
Aug 9 1848 3m 29
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Sam'l Harris and
Win. Harris, Appts.
Jared Ilarris, and
Wi Wurtsingtun &
TappeAring to my satisfhction that Jared
1aisad,i',illian Wortiington,and wife
:tartha,'distrtbutees intie; aboveatnted case
r e si awi. ottt e, tint t t>C tc. it is. tere
firereed:thagthiey:do appear. and object-to
tff sale and'dison of the rea['estate. of (ireeh
sfiris deceased.;on or -before the firi't Aloiiday
iii Dee'ember next.o_r.their consent will--be en
terd 6Precord. Given uinder my hind at my
ffice the 8th day of Augnst 1848.
- . JOHN HILL, o.x D.
Aug 9 ' 3m 29
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
IN O RDIN ARY.
BY JOHN HIL L. Esq., Ordinary of
Edgefiel d District:
Whereas Mlartin Pusey hathi ap
plied to me for Letters of Administration
n all and singular the goods and chat.
tels, rights and credite of Wiley Posey
e'ed, lnte of the District, aforesaid, de
These are, therefore, to cite and adlmon
ish all atnd singtular, the kindred anid cred
ors ofthie said deceased, to lie and appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District, to lie holden at Edge
ield Court House, on the 21st day of A u
ust inst., to show cause. if any, why the
said administration shonld not be granted.
Given undler my hand and seal, this tha
7th day #l August, in theyear of our
Lord one thuousandt eight hundred and
forty-eight, and in ithe73d yeai of Amner
JOHN lULL, 0. E. D.
Aug 2t' 29
WORMS! WORMS! WORMIS!
THiE BANE OF' C[HILDI1OOD.
SND the certain precuirsor of many danger-)
I Otis diseaseses, if allowed to remaini lng
ai te humtan system ins great unmhers
Tjhtustands of children die aninally fromni
Worms. Ttie season is now chose at hand
ven they become most troublesome to chil
Dn., WOODRUFF's Wt,Rtx SPECJFC is a safe
remedy for 'vornms. Try it. It is as good as,
the best, and cheap as the cheapest.
Mr. insepha Shippy of Mutscogee co. Ga.,
mays it brought away 200.wormis from a negro
child belonging to him, ini a shiort time.
Mr. John L- Litile of WVhiitcville, Ga., says I
gave it in one case, anid brought uwaty fifiy
worms. In, another case it cured his negro
voan of'ITenia er Tape worm.]
M r. Thomas Boyd. of Cuwcta ca. Ga. says
he gave it to a negro boy who 'was in bad
alh ;it broughut away imnmediately thirty,six
worms. He was soon well. and remains so up
to this time.
Orgin, Pike ca. Ga. Jnly. 1848 -Mr. Wood
uff-Plase forward immediately three dozen
of your WVormi Specific without dielay.
Respectfully. Joiut 6. HIL &tt r Co.
Tabou ca'. Ga. Dec. 12, 1845. Dr Woo.d
ifl have recently miade trial of your Worm 1
Specific in a had ease, with the happiest efl'ect.
I ik more of it than ever, and-believe it will
do in ninety-nine eases in the h nndred.
J. E, ROPF.R. Mt. D.
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS.
Aug2 - 6m - 29
BY TH E CONSENT. 0F PARTIES. .
H E Papers pertaining to the' estat'i of
William Ferguson. dee.'d., being in my
handsa all those indebted.to the estate. by note
made payabile to Cullen O'Nesil, Ex'tor.; in
right of his-wife. 'are -reqnired to 'make pay
ment,- and those having dmands td-pris'eut<
them properly attested to mes..
-JOHN,'H1LL, O E. D..
TATE OF:SOUTHti O,tINA.
EDgGEED; TtIT .
TyOLED hefre me.by ttja'ni. Murrell,
livipg about fve mihsthii?Eigefield,
H., one .gorrel;horse, witiwhite1ore (left)
tg, about 6 years old, with, aU#ddlead bridle
in. :.Appraised at $40. -
W. H. ATKE&ISON; .Z. D.
July 21st,18 . ,4tnt; 27
vNew Boot .n She
W HERE Gentlce'n'e' Boot4 and Shoes.
are nade i= ariost staperior-styla of fit.
nd workmanship. ". -A -
Gentlemen wanting cork soled;.double soled.
watir proor, walking, dreis, patent leather
and a fine pump soled 'BOOT, need' bu'
leave their orders with thehiiiscriber.
march 1 tr "6
CHARLES A. !S;
Foreig n &. Ik le-'oods;
Grocerzes, Croclker, and
HATS, CAPS,.BONIVTg SHOES
EDOEBIEL COURTHJOUSE S. C.
iTi Orders from the Country. rspectfully so
licited and promptly execZted.'
July 12 if 25
M R. ROFF, who held- conditionally an in
terest in the right ofrEdgeld District,
to Hotchkiss' Reaction Milt,Wheels, (Patent)
has never complied with siid condition. thero
fore lie holds no interest, and lias no right to
sel! or, ma e -any contrac jyisid Wheels.
We, the undersigned ar .t iowners, of said
right, and a tight purchased from any other,
unless our agent, will net' he good.
Mr. J. T. WEBBER, ,oetthorise, with full
power to act as our agent.
COTH RAN-& MOORE.
March 1, 1847. - 6
T HE Suscriber has juit received a splen
did Stock or Spring and;Summer Goods.
For Ladies' ware. a fine l8tif
Mustns, B'arages and' iilibns,
Fine Mantles and Sgl ,
Bonnets and BonnetRilibons,
Worked Collars and*ulp Trimings,
Black and White Laeeils,.
For Gen-lemen'i wear
A fine Stock of Bo6t6 and'Shoes, of all
Le: horn,Panama, Palm, Silk-and Bever
Hardware, Cutlery ani rocik~ry,
A good assorttnent of ries,;puch as
Sugar, Coffee. Mhla 4nd Rice,
With many nrticlestootti to mention.
alof which will lie sold wer efieap for. Cph,
or on time, to"punctual.entfol r .
April.Il ., : 12
S Dbrfriiginy absent ; for a short time
-front the State, N. ;GRIFFtn, Esq
wit as y Atorney aindebted to
"- -'.i3 OODMAN.
- ~Fair Notice
ALL, Ne-sons:indebted-to*t Subscriber b.y
i.Note or Acaeount; iare rl.tidto: nsake.
~ament by Return D.y j4ctber . next, if
h. ish to save cost, and 'uns whlich .are
vitiin a atingistrate's jurisdi#so,irlotpaid by
lt-titme must also. pay 'cost as.! 7natSt .haye
oney to keep u p uy .busitlers.
IIW. C.LA RY.
Coleman's.y.Roads, Mi4a 13. unto- 9
For Sale or Rent,
HE HOUSE and LOT formerly occu
1pied by S. S. Tompiu, Esq ApD l
A pril 4 ' t 1
Publie N oice
[ S hereby given, that application will he
Lmade to the Lewislatur for an Act or
ncorporationa of Mout Tsbor Church,
ittated 6 miles N. E. odgefield Court
SJuly 19 1848 Sm- 26
APPLICATION will be made nt thec next
session of tha Legislature to discontinaue
old Ctharleston Road between the Bridge
n Ninety-Six Creek .and the Creek tnext a
ave the Gin House of N. : Grntin, onth I
aid road. i
. July 19, 1848. 3, 26
FardWare, Ossa ry,r A
* CossIsTrsG IN BRaT OF1
Knives and Forks, PockejKnives, Rodgers' I
.zors, Scissors and Sfiea,, Shoe Knaves, .
lutcer Knives, Pereussi'otf Caps, .Powder
'laks, Shot Ponches,~ Mfahogany Knobs.
nurtain Pins, Cork Sef(val Nail and Spike
~imlets. Brass Snuffers. FHat Hooks, Brass
3uttt, Rings, Knobs and Nails, Steel Spurs,
e and Table -Spoons. Plane Ironis, Socket
hisehi, Spring Balanceux-Emerson's" and
Rough & Ready" Razor.,Straps. Spades and
shovels, Patent Scythe. Bla'des, Collin's Axes,
im Plate n'nd Pad Loc1s, Till Ch'est -and
['rnnk Locks, Knob Latchies, Round Bolts,
Flalter Chains. Screw * iir..Cast Botts and.
ut Tacks, Nail'Hanm'erSh~ nigliiig Claw
id Bi-oad Hatchctsi Te&Re,les,Trace end
Flalter Chains, Satnce Pans Sad Irons, Wafli
and Wafer Irona, Steeilyjds itnd Haons, Bacek
nchia d Sawsa, Curry -Conlis,',D1rawing
nivs, S i Paper, Pewter TFawcetts, Brass
nnde -Sticks, Coffee Mills, Iron Bound
ad Painted Buckets, Sifiesod Brooms.'
Just received, ad ror salesby -.
CHiOk A. MEIGS.
July 26 - if' 27
Brushes, Blacking, &c.
POP4NOT or d&jah"fetaking'Brtsbes
X2 cts;to'374e'is.'eceii. - -
Hair 'Broottpsi Ds.8glis, vScrubbing
3rush..&c. &c. &c.
Iair Brushes, a inue clat 25 etfnd tu i
7 eta. k- S
)i'or sale-by - 8f,S ROBF5 TS.
Jly 26 - . '27
S!tar'ch, lilt tus,
ES'r white -Polandi 12~ cts. a
New- Sal Eratus,12&FetL Quad.
Pearl.Ash, 12cts.a pou
-'Black Pepper.z124.cts, di
e iger 124cts.4 pud ~
Gro.uddinge a, r ne at18
Is. a t;io'd'~-~p,epeyer
Ngtice "t ootton Planters. I
U i ay to the Cotton Planters of Georgia -
in. ' ith:Caili iiti,'lin hagr taksnAbe.
3hop formerly occupied by S IL. CRgESHAw.
ror the purpose of Mannfactur.ing
ICOTTON - NS,
nd would inform them that I have engaged
Mr..Crenshaw. who will siperintend the man
ufacturing of them. My Gins shall be made
of the best materials, and I can say with pro f
priety, they ure the Clieajest G I N S in the r
Southern States, tutkitg the workmanship into t
consideration. J. will ,warrnnt my Gins to
make cot ton equal to any made n any other
Gin. in the Southern States, giving the true
etnple of the cotton, and making it perfectly
I'r.e of knnp and clear of moats. My Gins
will be delivered at the purchaser's residence
free of charge, -id warranted to give ample
All Orders addresed to the Subseiber wil
meet with prompt attention. Repairing done
in good style and at short notice. All old Gins
o' 10 inch saws I will repair and put them on
improved principles, and also warrant them to
meke as good cotton as any of the improved
Gins, and at much less cost than i new one.
J. D. IAMMACK.
Crawfordville, Ga May,1848. tm31n-23
Oglcihorpe County,. April 22, 1847.
I have used. for the last three years, a inn
chine that was made by R. S. Crenshaw. of
Crawfordville.-Ga. I consider it one of the
best Gins I have ever seen. Two small mules
will gin, with a great deal of ease, three bales
per day. and I do not think there is a Gin in I
Georgia that can excell it in making fine cot
ton. In fact, Mr. Crenshaw has sold a grent
many Gins in this county and Elbert. and I
think every man who purchased is perfictly
satisfied. All of his Gins which have been
sold in this county. and they are not a fIrw. run
light, pick,fast. anad what is better than all. whetn
the cotton is carried to market it sells for the
very highest price.
C. S. M ERRIWETHER.
- - Traliaferro County. Ga.
This is to certify that I purchased of J. D.
Hammck last year, a 4f, saw anti.friction cot
ton'gin, which mnkes superior cotton to any'
gin I have aver had. I cartied to Angusta a
part of tny crop last fall, which was pronounced
by one of the best jndges of cotton in Angusta,
to be the finest lot that was in his warehouse.
Two of my neighbors lately sold their crops,
ginned on my gin, and obtained five-eighths ot
a cent per lb. above the market price. I have
not sold my cotton,htt feel confident of getting
the highest market price when I do sell From
all that I know of Mr. Hlammack's make of
Gir.s, and there are several in operation around
me, I would say to those wishing-to purchase,
they would do well to try his before purchasing
elsewhere. MURTHA GRIFFIN.
Taliaferro Countb, Ga., Marclh,1848.
.;I hereby certify that I purchased of J D.
Hammnek, last year, a forty saw anti fricuon
cotton Gin. which performed as,well as any gin
!Ihave evurzseon tried It made cotton equal,
in my opinin..to that of any of the Carver,gins,
which are so hi. hly praised for their cotton.
My gin and gir,house were consumed by file.
and as a report has gone abroad that the house
was fired by the gin, I take this oppo.tunity to
say. in justice to Mr. Mammack, that it is false.
ink I.. can with confidence rrecotnmend his
itethose'wishinig to pturchase, for this rea
son: his wotk.is. all dotle by a.few*and)expe
rience&ilinnds, instead of Totgh workmen, as
is generally the case when * great
manly it - LTHtELDRED.'CDWARD.I+
This.is to errtify thpt lpurchased a forty-fonr
fwcQutOn Gin, of th bx' kind, fromJD.
lammiecl4, ha't yelar, 'Which performs- rvell,
naking as good cotton as any gin that I amta
seqtainted with. It runs tight and free of heat.
'it boxes I consider egnil to any now in use.
have ginned as muchlits 3000 lbs., of cleant F
motton per day on it. To all who wvish to puir
huse a good Gin I would say try them beforeI
~oing elsewh'ere. RADFORD Guss.
WsV, KE TCUJsW & CO ,
H AM BURG, S. C.
fAVE remove their stock of Dry Goodsc
'o the Stnre under the Anmericent lotel. I
late Hubtbard's,) where it is their purpose to
eep a fuill assortment of
E&nerican, French and English
We would take this opportunity to return onr.
anks to our numnerons friends for the veryI
iberl patronage bestowed on us for the Inst six
rears, anid would solicit a continuance of their s
W e would also invito all persons buying Dry
oods in Hamburg. who are tnt already on
tr large list of subscribers to give s a frial.
Our stock will consist i,fa much larger and
ore getneral assorimemnt thtan we have hiereto
r kept. We shall also continue to keep ntrr
isual asisortmtent of Carpeting, Oil Cloth, Floor
inattig, B3onnets, and Ladies and Chiildrens I
N. B.-Just received a full assortmeint of all
umbers iof genintet
Dutche Bol1ing' Clotig;.
vhich together with all aiticles in onr line* will
i sold as low as they cain be procured in H am- i
arg or Augustat.\VM EC O
Hamburg. S. C. Aug.'7-]l tf 29 -
F this Distriet, a itegro man, who
Ssays his name is SIMON, oand that]
te belongs to Mr. Bailey Philips, livitng
itin ten miles of Livingston Post 0ffice, p
uter County, Alat. Said fellow is a
out five feet,'74 itiches high, light com- d
lexion and between 28 and 30 years of a;
uge. He has a double row of upper frotnt e
eeth, and has lost hi.4 left hig-ine. lie
aye be ranaway about seven weeks since.
Vhen taken lie had a horse, which, he
nys he stolo near Montgomery. Ala.
The owner is requested to come for
yard, prove property, pay charges and
eke him away, or he wall be dealt with a
ire the law directs.
A.11. BURT, J.EF.D. t
July 17 tf 26
*TRACT OF LJAND, conttaining Five
. h.ndred and eighty..live acres (8)
welve miles from Edgefienld U. HI., lying be..
ween Beaverdam and Turkey Creeks, IA
niles front Carroll's Mill.
Terms will be' made easy.
A pply to --
R. PLATT BRUNS.ON.
Smay 31 . , 6m 19
Fresh Figs and Raisinb.
URKEY Figs at 25 cents a ponnd. Bunch
..buscatel Raisins. ]2jeents-a pounid.
Foraleby ~R.S ROBERTS. ,
Au2 tf 28
; o@0 Jbs Bacon &. Lard.
nwn rec.ived aa.e:l of snnerinc B.a
VORMS! WORSI WORN!1
9r. Jayne' Tonic- y'eni- .
IE most pleasant as well as the most
certain remedy for Worms ; which is
erfectly safe, and so pleasant thai children
ill siut 'refuse to take it. It effectually de
roys Worns, neutralizes acidity or sourness
f the stomach. increases appetite, and acts as
g-neral and permanent tonic, and is there
re exceedingly beneficial in intermittent and
emittent fevers, indigestion. &c., and is a cer
in and permanen. cure for FE:vsa and AcUs.
It not only destroys Worms and invigorates
ie wflole system, but it dissolves the supera,
undant slime or mucous so prevalent in the
tomach and bowels of children. more espe
inlly of those in bad health. This mucous
arms the bed, or nest, in which worms pro.
luce their young; and by removing it, it is
mpossible for then to remain in the body.
It is harmless in its effects on the sys
em. aisd the health of the patient is always
mproved by its use, even when no worms
ire discovered Numerous certificates of its
iseithiess have been i eceivcd, which the pro
Irietor does not consider necessary to publish.
n fact he is in daily receipt of letters ofcom"
nendation ftim various parts of the conntry ;
tot only in regard to its snperiority in the ex.
)ilsion of worms. but also on account of its
rlnable as a properties as a pleasant tonic and
Josiah 'hotnpson. near Salem, N. J. ad
ninistered this Verniifuge to a child between
wo and thre.' years old, and says that in a few
lays she diecharged one hundred and twenty
even large worms!!
Mr. J. A Intz, of Penn Township Savings
;nstittion, in this city. gave it to one.of his
bildren; and says that after the .sixth dose it
trought away about fifty worms at once, fiye
nd six inches long.
Mr. Ferdinand Woodruff used two bottles
ifthis Vermifut e for Dyspepsia, and in the
onrse of two weeks diseharged upwards of
birly pieces of Tape worm, and was thereby
Another gntleman of this city had it ad
ninistered to his little daughter, . abont three
oanrs old, wheit she had a number of dischar
tes front her bowels composed entirely of lit.
le white thread worms. He said they cam.e
tway from her, not only by hundreds, but I may
ruly say, by,thousands. separately :nd in solid
)alls as large as hickory nuts, composed en
irely of deijd worms."
For sale by R. S. Roberts, only Agent in
his place for the sale of Dr. Jayne's celebra
ed Family Medicene.
July 26 27
Iuyne's Carminative Ba-.
I S a pleasant,. certain, safe and effectual re
mnedy for Dysentary, Diarrhea or Loose
oese, Cholera Morbus, Summer- Complaint..
Colic, Griping Pains, Sour Stomach, Sick and
Nervous Headache. Heartbnrn, Waterbrash.
Pain or Sickness of the Stomach, Vommiting.
Spitting tip of Food after, eating, 'arid alsj.;
where it passes through the body urcange4,
Want of Appetite, Restlessness andl inability
to Sleep, Wind in the Stomach and Bowels.
Hyytenics. Cramp. Nervous -Treinours.. ,and
T'witclhings, Sea Sickiness,..Faintings, Melai:
choly and Lowness of S.pirits,.Frc'ttirigof,lit
Iants, and fur all Bowel Affections and er.
rons Diseasee:. .su,. .. .~.r
This article is.-eally invpnable ii afamily.
ind.may be depegzded nupon, andif eierally
sed by.physicians,.Supsmer Comnplaint wouid
of all.It's: liorrors. as-they.:wonld
ould'perforn eB'ectual cares iup oprth nf
he titne,re'tiiredby.the'tiusal methods of treat
'lhis;4armutnative.has also ai:vrydhaepye
ct on~. the.- niany, Dyspepie,a disoerders. of the
tonac-such as :Jourstoma'ch, hecartburn, wac
c brash, - ick head atche, we'akness ofdi te
rest, congh. difficulity of br'eathing, tremors.
paoime, melancholy. sineking and fainess, vfe
iiting, and spitting iup the food afht eating.
eneria. or where thme food, passes. throughe the
ody unochanged, want of appetite and mnobility
sleep. It will be. very useful to pregnant
roetn, overcoming irrhttabilifj of the stomach
nid thereby preventtig nausea, vomitineg and
eartburn. Mothers will find this mutch supe
ior, as well as safer.and cheaper togive.their
hildren for fretting and cryineg. &c. than the
snal drops and cordials to which they leave
The Rev. Enoch Barker, now ofSampfown,
h. J.. says: "HIavinghbeen afflicted with a se
ere Bowel Complaint, attended wioh distress
1 patm and discharge of blood, and every ap.
enrance of approaching Dysentary, I obtain
d one bottle of Dr. Jayne's Carminative Bial
m, a few doses of which (taken according to
irections) eif'ected a perfe.ct cure."
'rom the Rev. Jonathan Going, late of N. Y.
Dr. D. Jaiyne-Dear Sir-Hlsaymg made use
f your Cairrminitive Baslsamt in mty famtily, arnd
iding it to be sidmirabily adapted to the com
laints for which it is intended. I take please
o in recommending it to the use of my friemis
rd the public generally, believing those who
re afflicted with any of these complaints will
nd relief ini the rise of this valurible mtedicino,
JONATHAN GOING. D. D.
Pres. Granville College, Ohio.
For sale by Rt. S. Roberts, only Agent in
is i lace for the sale of Dr. JTaynte's celebia
d Famnily .Medicine.
July 26' 27
rouiN D. O EAME, M. D,
Phystetan and enrgeon,
~EGS leave to offer his professional seryi
ces to the citizens of 1:dgefield and vicini-.
aned respectfully to solicit a share of their
Doctor C.'s past success in the tre.atmenst of
iseases of men, women 'and children, enconr- 1
eq him thnsa to ask the support of an enalight
REF ER ENC ES:
V. Mott, M. D., Newv York City,
A. Clark, M. D., " ""
R. G. Prary, M. D).,'Hudson, N, Y,
G-. Kimball, M. D., Lowvell, Muss.
H. H. Child, M. D).. Pitusfield. MIas.1
N. B.-Prompt attention giveni to calls'left
y resiudernce, the house formerly occe ied by ]
.S. Tomnpkrms, E~sq., by ttight or dlay, or at
e Post Office by day. J. V. C.
May 17 tf 17
ew Glass-ware, Crockery &c.
H EAP Cups and Saucers 12& cents to 25
Cents a sett, Platesi 20 to 25 cts a sett
S plendid Flowver Vases & Ornaments
Lemon Color and White Glass Sogar Dishes
China Ciestard Cups
Flowing blue Tea Setts
Antiqeue & Druid Granite Pitehers
Ewers and Bowvles, Covered Dishes
Fruit Setts, Granite, complte
Glass Dishes, Tumnbler4 and Decanters
Wies &c. For Sale by
R S RO)BERTS.
Ang 9 tf 29 '
~EW1'teIn.ndtmi'clmienpest in blafiar
niet, jst ceipd--faRm Rhlade i.
3TAT-E OF SOOTI1 CAROL04 A
W H Ell EAS, the last Will and T.etaitent
- of Edward Collier. deceased,.wi'vad
nitted to Probate, in common,firm,.ip Oldina
v, on 25th May last, and there bemg no 'ptoper;
ir legal Executors to the said Will, and.-ae
ition and Suggestion.being presented indiled
ty Wn. E. Collier and others, legatees ness
if kin. requesting the Ordinary to carry outtthe.
,r,vi: io s of the said Will. as required by the
Act of Assembly, passed 1846, in such. casesi
heref~re, an otder was passed on said petition
pranting the prayer thereof. and- the"estate is
iow in the custody of David .Les., Ordinary
)f Abbeville District. for administration.
All pesons,therefore.haying demands against
he said estate, will piesent their notes o.9ther
writteti evidences of indebtedness; fnet'er
with a- true copy thereof; and those afto'lIave
icceonts-agait st'the estate will have thein" ro
ren. as the 1ue rejaires saeftlantsand aylep'
err t prove their accounts on -stits instituted ha
the Court oflCommon, Piens,:viz-that ndpart
thereof was paid in the lifetime of:tlie testatos
by settlement, discount'or otherwise nor site
his death, and that, all discounts' ihe eesiial
All demand' Whatever must be present$T
without failure. on or before the first day. lf'
December nezt; and all those indebted-to'.he'
estate (except those who have running aceddntr
at the Blacksmith shops, mills, &e. for the pre.
sent yepr. who will be required to settleyb-:
25th of December) must make immediate,pay+f.
ment, as no indulgence can be given; for.as al.
the residue and remainder ofi'the'eamte will b
sold this ensuing full. it beconies.iecesoyto'
know by. that time the full .extenyOf$hqeb#j
in order that tihe Executiir may .turn.over te.
specific legacies withont future liabilities. .
DAVID LESI.EY; o. A.;n; & Ezo
jtte 14 12w. 21.;
DR. JOEL BRANHAM'SS --C '
LIFER 4' DIP.EC -
-M E D I C - ' ,
N offering this valuable Mdis toie eq :
. ple of S.. Carolina for the relie1nd;careoff,
many diseases incident'to:a Soutliern climate;
I do not claim for it infallibility; 'eitier doI
say it will cure all diseases. Buti;
CHRONIC LIVER AFFE T1ONS
AND.DYSPEPSfA - -
I can confidently'-advise and'p~niei' iW'
nse. from -r:y personal observationmnle 6seC
the article in my own practice.? Thi'tdtieles
favorably received wherevei it has'6eeti.iid.
I am allowed to refer to Mr. Geore,lJ,iard "
Troup. Mr. John Warren o l
1icAt'ee of Cobb, Mr.Asbury HqnJ6 ) Ahp
,slr. William D.-Terell 'of Punarn, Eev'.
Johp .E. Da.sswon of,Lagr.agie;to hih.-a
'r.aat number oLnames nigh'.be-.addil a
i.ear their testimony to its valne.
Habitual costiveness is found'teryifreqiue)itly
e, nnected with;feeblt tistitj.')isl:$ fer
snns'oft sedlentary habits,. wbich i rii
very sui'aevoloble dnfueliCei oa rtt 1e
haelhotthe suhject: and;is.parU up
'esied by.a retless and.despondini ae
mind, irregtOar if of
dently,ecoinaiendeir ws h tv?
-miethit fthe,dosqs ,op -i_KpF.
uot,to monvehe,brivlow iiets
ttntletisarit.copaequengce rfa itin
ne of the.e.co o n.psurging mcdiciae i1y
reorted; T s rn i
as i pleasant cordit and topuAo
indi o SM e r 1e U.a
tere g g
eine kill.often affordlrcie rtf
burn and-cot.vetiess. ,thgy me
withoust the:least dagrAderra
Itt sick.or nervous head-ache,git.is.irisst vplia.
41 could append amd
forbear,. pi-eferring.torJ n-th : 4pes hCie
medicioe to sustain atslf .The toeicst~a.
gentle and cartain cathartic., ttnic ad stidorific.
* *.JOEL BRAMIAMC
Eatonton, Georgia.. -
.For.sale.:by.Robet Anderson, eLiberty Hill
Cheatemn & Settle, Dm ttonsville, Clbarlesfiee,
nan, Cairo P. O., and. , , -.: o..
- Edgefie.Jd,C. H
sept.8 - . . 2FD3yTT$.2
STATE OF SOUTH. CAROIZNA
IN T HE -COURT OF ORDIN RY.
William Little, Applicant, Parlilion flauid
.vs. . -. . eisl i
lesse Little,.James Little, (..liamLitt*,r.
and others. .. J ..
UT nppearing-to my,.satisfsption,-Athst.Johna
ELLittle and David Little, two pf,the 4iefetpe
iants, reside withouit this Stat., it ii therefor4 -
>rdered, that they do appiear and objectt tthe
livision or Tsale,or theireal estte'tif William
bildhe, Scnr., devissed, to .the pariesltoi this
irocecdinig; on or beforethie'foiirzidafofep
ember next. e rtheir'consebt-to ithe sarnedwill
e etitered of record.. -
. JOHN HILL, 0. E.3..D
may 2.....12w 19
TATE OF SOUTH CAROL114.
IN ORDLYA RY.
lhington Clark, '
hilip Clrk nd Sum monts in P4ai
therq Deifts. 5
L T appear ing to my satisfaction thiat 'Phi?
Lip Clark, Jesse Clark. Jesse Wallace,
nid wife Francis. Wesley Rudels;.' and
wife Elizabeth. defendants in this case, tcside
without the limnits of this State, it is there
re ordered, that they do apear and object .to
he division or sale of the Real Es ata"o iz-1~
eth Clerk deceased, on or before tiE'r~st
4ondhay ini October nest, or 'their consenrto
he same will be entered of record.
JOHN HJLL, o. o.'o.
SJuly 12 -12t - 25
iTA TE OF SOUT H CA ROLINA.
Jacob Pow )Bill for Part.ii,n of
as. >the Estate of Joins
'hilip Pow and others. ~* P ow, deesead..
I T appearing to my satisfacetion1 hai, John
LSto,kmnan and Rebecca his wife. Johnt
.eynolds and Ann his wife. WiiWana.Spann,
hilip Spatni, William.Edwards, s... Sbep
letd and Sally his wife, late Sally Edenras.
td Lewis Edwards, somie of the ,Defendainta
L this. cause, are .without the Jimats .ofihis
tate; Ordered, thast the.Defendants-a.bove=.
amed, do appear in this Ilonorabis;C.ourt,
rid .plead, ansawer ot demar to<t stiet, Bill.
vithm three month. from 'ih~e puiblication'of
his o'riler,:of the said Bi, will ibe1 aken yem
onfesso against.them, , .: .o . ' . .
S. S. TOMPKINS. C. LX. .