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R EMAINING ira the Post Office, 1st
Adams, J F 'e1)onald, R5
Ahntey. S 31 Mcmims. B
Anderson, Susan Middleton M.
Addison. Ananda Mitchell, M Mrs
Bland, John McJarvan, S
Barrenton, Elisha Malpass, S MI
Brown, John Newman, A F
Boulware. H Osldrick. F W
Baurr, John E Power. John
Butler, Seth Pressley. C W
Bettis. L Mrs Perrin, A
Bledsoe. 1 L Miss Prescott, D
Christian. J H 2 Parmenter, A
Culclazar, Win Palnier, M1
Culbreath. 11 Parker, Thos
Dinkins, M Presley, Mr.
Dagnall, N Mrs Perrien, A M
Fagan. Ai Prescott, E Miss 2
Fair, S 1 2 Perry, E Mlias
Goldman. S C Randall, J R
('.aw, A M. Roach. M
homes, F Robertson, J
lirailkill, John Itambo, M1 Mrs
Harris, W G Richardson, L 11
Hughs, J S Sharpton. A 2
Harral, J Sefton, Robert .
Hibbler, G Swearengen J
Harden, W C Swearengen, E Miss
Hill. D Simpkins. A
Head, J Smyley. A J
Hanoey. E Miss Styles. C W
Hassell, Mrs Tonpkins. James
Hodges. J S Mrs Upson, Marcus
Johusfmn, Doet Vancthn. Z C
Johnson, David Williams, J 11
Jackson. R Wilden. Waldo
3enings or T.pmson, Walker, R
Jones, L Miss Wilson. Thos
Johnson. 0 Miss Vest. W
Kennedy. F M Walker, W
Lunday, W S Walker, Tom
-Loveless, 'T II Williams. S
Latimere, M Wallace. S T Miss
Alerriwether, R Wise. W Mrs
Martin S Waldrom. E Mrs
1. FRAZIER, P. 31.
Oct.11, 3t 3S
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
T IIS splendid and commodious Edifice
being completed is now opened to re
ceive both transient and constant Boarders
and promises to furnish its patrons and friends
with as good entertainment and acenmmoda"
tions, as can be expected in this part of the
country. Connected with this Establishment
there are conyenient lots for the accommodation
For the Travelling Community-there are
kept Vehicles and Horses, to let upon liberal
Sept.27 tf 36
L OST on or about the 1st of September
between the residence of Mr. A. Bland.
and the Village.. in the road leading by Col.
Pickens, a .Gold Patent Lever Watch, of the
Manufacture of W. .- Tobias. Liverpool. No.
19.249. The above reward will be paid for its
delivery at this -office. Or information as to
where it may he obtained.
Stspt. 20148. 4t 25
* The Charleston Courier will insert two
weeks'daily. also Abbeville Banner will insert
4 times weekly, andtimd their accouts to this
office. . -
-State of South Carolina.
IN ORDIN ARY
H. BoulwareTo fa Deltn in Auach
Charlos Hall. J .Assumlpsit. .
John S. Smyley.) Declaration in Attach
Joho. M. Crary Debt.
W illiam Kay. )Declaration in Atta
- . W iley EKay. 'j Assunaapsit.
Richard Coleman, )Declaration in Attack
Hyram Kay. ) Assumpsit.
T HE Plantiff's n these cases haiving filed.
their declarations respectively in any
Office, and theL Defendants havingi no wife or
attoranev known to be wvithain this State, on
whoam a copjy of the' dlectaration with a rule to
plead, could he served. It is ordered, that the
said Defendants do severally plcad to the de
clarations against them respective'ly. withint a
year and a day from, judgment wtill be award.
ed against them,.
..THOS. G. BACON, Glerk.
Cletk's Office, 29th, Se pt. 1848.
Ot 4tq 37
STATE OF souTHi CA RULINA.
* N OBDINARY
B Y JOH N H JILL, Esq., Ordinary *of
WVhereas Cristopher WVorthbington and
John Trapp hatha applied to mo fur lett ersa
of admnist~ration, ont all and sitagular the
goaods arid chattles, rights rad creadits of
Menoah WVorthington late of the District
These are, therefore. to cite and admon
jab all and sinagulnr, the kindred and credi
tars of the said deceased. to he and appear
before tne, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said Disti ict, to be holtden at Edge..
field Court llonste on the 20th day of
October inst. to show cause, if anty, whty
the said administration should not be
Given undler my hand and seal, tbis 3rd
dlay of October in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hutndred and forty
eight and in the sevenity-third year of
JOH1-N HILL, o. E. D.
Oct 4 2 37
STATE OF SOU1TH CAROLINA.
Sama'l Hlarris atnd
Wam. H arris, Appts.
vs Summons in
Jare'd Ilarris, atnd Partition.
Wmut Worthaingtoni &
IT' appearinig to nmy satisfaction that Jared
HIarris. and William Worthaington and wvife
Martha, distribuitees in thae above stated case
reside wi htont the limtits of thais State. it is thtere- -
fore ordered that thaey do a ppear and object to
the-sale and division oaf the real estate of Green
H arris deceased, on or before the first M ondaya
in December next, or their consent will be en
tored of record. Given under my htand at nmy
office the 8th day of Augustr 1848.
JOHN HI1L L, o E D.
Aug 9 3m -29 1
The Friends of WM. P. BUTLER, Esq.,
annouince him as a Cadidate for Sheriff, at the
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Lucinda Outs, and others. -
NOTICE is hereby given that, by
virtue of an Order from the Court of
Equity in this case, I shall proceed to sell at
Edgefield Court House, on the first Mon
day in November next, the three following
tracts of land, belonging to the estate of
Peter Outz, dec'd., viz :
Tract No. 1, containing by survey of A.
R. Able, D. S., made 12th September,
184S. One hundred and sixty-six and a
half acres, (1661) situate in the District
and State aforesaid, on Horsepeu Creek,.
and adjoining lands of John S. Smyley,
T. W. County, Thomas Hlarvey, William
Dorn, Isaac Outz and Tract No.2, of the
Tract No.2, containing by survey of A.
R. Able, D. S., made 12th September.
1848, two hundred and forty-six (246(
acres. adjoining the above tract of land,
Isaac Ou'z, B. Outz and John S. Smyley.
Tract No. 3, or Jacob Outz tract, con
taining by survey of A. R. Able D. S.,
made 12th September. 1648, ninety-nine
(99) acres, lying on Gantt's branch, and
adjoining lands held by Abram Outz, Isaac
Outz, William Dorn, and Henry Outz.
Said lands will be sold on a .credit of
one and two years, except for so much as
will pay the cost of the suit to be paid in
cash. Purchasers to give bond and good
sureties o secure the purchase money. -
S. S. TO.MlPKINS, C. s. x- D
Commissioners Office, Oct. 10, 1848.
Oct. 11, 1848, 4t 38
STtTE OF SOUTH 'CAROLINA
Frank Burt, Treasurer.
Tully F. Sullivan, and Forcclosure.
NOTICE is hereby given that by vir
tue.of the decree of the Court of
Equity in this case, I shall sell at Edgefield
Court House on the first Monday in No
Thatiot or parcel of Land in Hamburg,
known -nnd designated as No. 71. in the
original plan. bounded South by Market
street, North by 'Mercer street, East by
- street. and West by Hamilton and
Kernagahn. (No. 72) and containing fifty.
(50) feet front on Market street, and 200
feet deep to Mercer street.
Said Lot or parcel of Land will be sold
for one third of the purchased money cash,
and the balance (2=3) on a credit of twelve 1
months, on bond with good sureties.
The titles to be signed, but not delivered
till the purchase money be fully paid.
S. S. TOMPKINS. c. E. E. D.
Commissione i's Office, Oct. 10th, 1848.
Oct. 1[ 4t 38
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Ellington Clark, App't. Summons
Philip Clark, and others Partition.
BY an Order from John Hill, Esq..
Ordinary of the District -aforesaid, I
w'ill 'proceed to' sell: at EdgeiIeld Court
House, on theirst Monday in November
next, lands belonging to the estate of Eliza
beth Clark, tec'd., situate in the District
and State aforesaid, on Dallon Creek,
waters of Savannah River, adljoining lands
n Henry Stone, Mr. Fortoer, James
Tompkins. Robert Wallace, and Jatmes
Martin. containing one hundred and sev
enty acres more or less, be sold on a cred- I
t of twelve months.
The Purchaser will be required to give
oud andl two approved securities, and a
norgage of the premises, to the Ordinary
: secure the purchase money.
Cost to be paid in Cash.t
S.CHRISTIE,s. E. D.
Oct. 10, 1848 4t 38
State of Soutth Carolina,
!N TH E COURT OF ORDINARY.
Margaret Jones and )
others, A pp't. I Summons in
Middleton Jones and Partition.
others, Def'ts. )
Bnorder from Jo'hn Ilill, Esq., Or,
dlinary of the D)istrict aforesaid, I
will proceed to sell at Edgefield C. H., on
he first Monday in Novenmber next, the
ands belongir.g to the Estate of Joseph
ones, Deceased, situate in the District
and State aforesaid, on the waters of Ste-i
phens Creek, waters of Savannah River,,
djoining lands of Seth Butler, David
Bunch,, Mrs. Brigg4. James Curry and oth
era, containing seventy-one acres more or
lsa, be sold on a credit of twelve months,
Trhe purchaser will be reqaired to give
bond and two approved securities, and a
tortggo of the premises to the Ordinary,
to secure the purchase money.
Cost to be paid in cash.
S. CHRiSTIE, a. E. D.
Oct. 11 1848 4t- 38. I
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLITA.
EDG EFIELD DISTRICT, i
IN TIlE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Eliza bth Brackuell, A pp't.
William Bracknell, and - "
otbers, Defendants. Partition, a
B Y an Order from John Hill, .Esq.,
Ordinary of the District, aforesaid, I
will proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
Elouse, on the first Monday, in November
ext. the lands belonging to the estate of
[olhn Bracknell, dec'd., situate in the s
District and State aforesaid, on the road. I
ending from Abbeville Court Hopse toh
lmburg, and adjoining lands 6f D. P. t
self, William Tompkins, John P. Self, ~
d others, containing Two hundred and
hirty acres, more or less, sold on a credit .
f t welve months. C
The purchasr will he required to give '
onds and two aproved securities, and a
nortgtge of the premises to :tbe Ordinary. e
o secure the purchase money. t
Cost to be paid in Cash.- 'a
S. CHRISTIE, s. a. D.
Octobear 10, 18484t- 38
r:.' Tow a d's
C6-mro - D 74R OF'
sARSA PA II LA
'WONDER AND BL1tSSING iOr TAE AGIt.
rHE =OST EXTRApRDIN'ARY
MEDICINE IN _THE'WORLD.
This Extract is put .up in. Quart Ioules: .i is
six tiies cheaper, plcasuntsr,aitwd rarraaed
superior to any sold. It cures sWothout vo
ting. ,purgig, sickening or debililating
The greatheauty and stRperiority of this Sar.
maparilla over all other medicines as, that while
t eradicates the- dissase, itiavigorateas the body.
[t is one of the very best 4 :
sPatlo Amn BUMMER MEDacJFJ
Ever known, it not only purifiee"the whole
tystem,and strengthen4 the.person, .but it ere.
sees neo,. pre and rich blood : a.power posses
ted;by no other medicine.<And in.this lies the
;ratd secret of its wonderfuLsiec'ess.. It has
performed within the last five years, more than
100.000 cures of severe casei ,of;disease; at
least 15.000 were considered incurable. It has
taved the lives of more than 5,000 children du.
ring the two past seasons.
L0,000 cases of i3eneral Debility.and want
of Nervous EnergJ.
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla invigorates the
whole system permanently.-To'those who
bavo lost their muscular energy by the effects of
nediciva sor indiscretion committed in youth, or
the excessive indulgence of ~the' passions, and
brought on a general physical prostration of the
aervons system, lassitude, want of.-ambition,
raintitng sensations, premature:decay 'and de
:line, hastening towards that fatal'disease. Con
tumptlon. can be entirely restored by this plea
ant remedy. This Sarsaparilla is fur supelior
As it renews and invigorates the system.
ives activity to the limbs, and ytrength to the
ntscular system, in a most extraordinary do
Cleanse and Strengtheii. Cotfstnnptiou can
be cured, Bronchitis, Consumption, Liver
Complaint, Colds, Catarrh, Corslks, Asthma,
Spitting of Blood,. Soreness ii. the Chest,
Hectic Flush, Night Swsats, Difficult or
Profuse ExpectoratiUnn,Paisi inihe Side, &c.
have been and can be curedlt r
New York,.Ap r28, 1849.
Dr. Townsend-I verily belie that your
Sarsaparilla has been the means,; ougt Prov
dence, of saving my life. I hav :for several
rears had a bad cough. It became worse and
worse. At last it raised large knantities of
blood, had night Sweats, and w greatly de
bilitated and reduced, and -did *t expect to
live. I have only used your Sarsa rilla a short
ime, and there has a wonderful'' annge been
wrought in me. I am now able to^ alk all over
he city. I raise no blood, and cough has
efime. You can wellimagine tha Iamthank
ul for these results.- Your obedi t servant,
WM. RUSSELL, 65 Ca erine:st.
This is only onte of mnore dti 'itthtiusand
:ases of Rheumatism that Dr , owniund's
Sarsaparilla has cured. The tn severe and
bhronic cases are weekly eradih ed-by'its ex
James Cummings, Esq., on p the assistants
n the Lunatic Asylum, Blokwell's Island, is
he gentleman spoken of in thefollowing lettein
' Blackwell's Island, Spt. 14,1847.
Dr. Town-end-Dear Sir: *.havn suffered
erribly for nine years with the ltoenmstism;
:onsiderable of the time I could not eat, sleep
or walk. I had the utmost distressing pains,
mtad mny limbs were tea ribly swolle. I have
tsed four bottles of your Sarsasyarilla, and
hey have done me more ahntu -oe thousatid
lollers worth of good. 1 am so tinich better.
ndeed, I am entirely relieved. ~u Y'are at lib
arty to use thi;s for the benefit dflhe afilicted.
Yours, ree>ectfull ',:
- JAMES CUMMINGS.
Fils! Fils! Fits!
Dr. Townsend. not having testal his Sarsa
arilla ian cases of Fits,.of course sever recoma
nended it, and wais surprised to reteive the fol
owing from an intelligent and respectable Far
net in Westchester County:
Fordham, Augum 13, 1847.
Dr. Townsend-Deaa Sir: I have a little
~irl seven years of age, who has been several
rearssafflicted wvith Fats; we tried almost every
ling for her, but wvithiout succesp; at last, al
hough we could find no recomsiendation in
mtr circualars for cases like hers, wie thought.as
he was in very delicate health, we would give
ter some of your Sarsapamilla, and are very
lad we did, fur it not only restoredher strength
at shte has lad no return of theq Fits, to our
reat pleasure and sun prise. She is fast he
ominag rugged nnd hearty, for whiich we feel
~rateful. Yours, Respectfl,
JOHN BU LER. Jr.
Dr. Townsea d's Sarsnparilla is a sovereign
mnd speedy cure for lIcapient Consuamption,
Jarroenes, Prolapsuas Uteri, or Falling of the
Wiomib, Costiveness, Piles, Lumcorrhea, of
whites, obstructed or diffienlt Menstruation,
[nconttinence of Urine, or invontarily din..
~harge thereof, and for the general prostration
>r the slystema-no matte? whether the result of
nherent cauise or causes, produaced by irregu
airily, illness or accident, Nothing can be
nore sturprising than its invigorating eff~ects on
lie hauman frame. Persons all weakness and
ass.itude, from taking it. at once become re
mest andl full of energy under its influenice. It
mnmediately counteracts the nervelessness of
lhe female frame, which is the great cauase of
Blarrenness. It will not be expected oif -us, in
:asses of so dielicate a nature, to exhibit certifi
:ates of cures performed, btut we can assuirethe
tiflicted, that hutndreds of cases har.e been re
orted to us. Thousands of cases where famn
lies have been without children, alter casing a
ew bottles of this invaluable medicine, have
eeu blessed with fine, healthy offspring.
Opinions of Physicians.
Dr Townsend as almost daily receiving orders
rom Physicians in diffearent parts of the Union.
This is to certif that .we, the unidersigned,
'hysiciana of the Cicyof Albany. have -in nna
raerous cases prescribed Dr. Townsend's Sar
aparilla, and believi it to be one of the most
aluable preparations in the market.
-H. P-.PULING, Mi. D.
J. WILSON, M D.
Rt. B; BRIGGS, Mi. D.
P. B. ELMENDORF', M4. D.
Owing to the great sisccess and immense
ale of Dr. Towvnsen'sSarsaparilla, a num
er of men who were 'formerly our agents,
ave commenced making 'Sarsapari]a Ex,
racts, Elixira, Bitteus,. Eitracts of Yellow
lock, &c. They generally put it up in the
amoe shaped bottles, andsome of them have
tole. and copied our advertisements, they are
nly worthlees imitatio'ns, and should be
voided . -
Principal Office, 126. Eulton Street, Sun
nilding, New York And:also byLthe prin
pal Druggists and. Merchant;s generally,
iroughout the United States1 West Indie
nd the Canada.. 9 ? 'G - a
For -Sale-by N"I~R4 BERTS.
JAYNE'S AGUE PILLS.
IN recommending these Pills to the public,
the proprietor does not, wish to make any
unnecessary or tedious perambulainn. but
with full directions and a few important re
inatks, he will leave the medicine to speak fur
itself, feeling confident that its merits are snch
as wil not fail to bring it into general use; in
deed, he is so sanguine of the efficacy of those
Pills, he does not hesitate to guarantee a cure
in the most ageravated cases.
A 8peedy and permanent cure for F.VER &
AGUE and Intermittent Fevera.
By foll.:wing the directions c;osely ivhile ta..
king this preparation, its superiority over the
ordinary Tonic Mixtures, Pills, &c. will be
Being purely vegetable, free from all foreign
deleterious or mineral preparations, these pills
may be taken with the utmost safety unier al
most any circumstances. They strengthen the
stomach, invigorate the system, and entirely
prevent that langor and prostration of strength
whikh always attend this disease
They also possess a decided superiority ov
er quinine, prus.iate of Iron, Arsenic, Boneset,
and the nmnerous other preparations usually
employed in the core of FEVER & AGUE,
in being gently apperient, by this means car
rying themselves off throu.h he m.dium of
the bowels after they have spent their medici..
nal powers in the stomach, thus preventing
the accumiulation of those nutpleasanit symptoms
that almost universally fcllow the application
of the aforesaid medicines, which constring the
bowels, produce congestion of the liver. and
remain in the system to brood diseases more
dangerous than those they are employed to
Hence it is said that those remedies in the
majority of instances, only serve to suppress
the disease for a short period. while the dis.
ease still in his system is brooding new evils,
and soon developes itself in a more dangerous
form than at first; thus the necessity of a wed
icine possessinr the qualities of Dr JAYN E'S
AGUE PILLS, that can be applied without
fear of experiencing those evil effects before
alluded to, and with a full confidence of recciv
in a speedy and radical cure.
II. J. Bostick Esq. Drayton, Georgia, says.
Nov 18. 1846-Dr. D. Jayne, Dear Sir; 11y
sales of your preparation have exceeded my,
expectations Your Expectorant, I'ermifugo
Carminatice Balsam, and Fever Ague Pdl.s. all
sell well, some of which I am now out of. I
want an immediate supply of all the above
named Medicines, more particularly a large
cupply of the Expectorant and Agne Pills -
We have yet among us a good many long
standing cases of Chills and Fevers, in which
your Ague pills have never failed to enre.
Your Alterative is just beginning to be
known here and appreciated. If I had had
enough of your Fever and Agne Pills I could
have sold more than a hundred dollars worth
of them. Yours &c. H. J. BOSTICK.
Messrs. J & H. Moore, Lisbon. Ill. says,
Oct 31, 1846; Your Agne Pills are about gone,
and have given universal satisfaction.
Wim. Bell Esq Walnut Grove, Alabama.
says; Nov. 9th, 1846; 1 have sold all your A
gee Pills and Tonic Vermnifuge. They ate
doing wonders here. I am soriy you did not
send tne more of them.
. Fo sale.by . R. S. ROBERTS,
Only Agent in this place for the sale of Dr.
Jayne's celebrated Family Medicine..
Aug 16 Im 30
T HE well tried and generally approved
remedy 'frDysentery, Diarrhea, Griping
aud Summer Complaints of Children,
From the late Capt. Holmes, Georgia Reg't
Brazos San Jago. July 24. 1846--Dr. Wood
enff-I owe an apology for not acknowledging
before t-e receipt of a box of your Dysentery
Cordial, which you had the kindness tusend
meyhile in Columbus, for the use ofmy corps.
I htave found it a maost valuable -medicine, and
anly regret that I have not a supply of..it.
Wherever my men have followed directions,
they have invariably found relief. We have
ttflered and are suafferin.g mauch from Dysen-.
tery, occasioned by the wretched water we hnve
to drinmk, but your Cordial is restoring all to
their wonted health and vigor. .With my sin
eere thanaks for your kinudness. and best wishes
lor your success. I ant your obedient serv't.
Captain Macon Guards
Georgetowna. Randolph Co Geo., Jutne 13th,
1846 -Dr. Wondruff. Sir-The demand for
yorar Dysentery Cordial is so great, that I
want you to send by the stnge. on Tuesday
fouar dozetn bottles. General Shorter's overseer
informed me the other day that lie had used it
in some fifty cases with entire success. In fact
every person I l'ave sold it to is very much
p leased. if certificates are of army use to you
I can get any number for you.
Very Respectfully D. MORRIS.
For sale by R. S. ROBE' TS.
Aug 16 6mn 30
WORMS! WORM1S! WORlHJS!
THE BANE OF CHILDHOOD.
AND the certain prreenrsor of mnany danger
AOtis diseaseses, if allowed to retmaita long
m the huanm system in great numhers
Thousands of children die armually from
Worms. Thie seasona is nomw close at htand
when tey become most trooblesotme to chii
Dn. WOODRUFF's Wonna SPE'cnFC is a safe
remedy for ,v'iamms. Try it. I t is as good as
the heat, and cheap as the cheapest.
Mr. Joseph Shippy olf Muscogee co. Ga.,
says it brought away 200 wormis from a negro
uhild belonagitng to him. ini a shiort time.
Mr. Johnm L Litile o: Whmiteville-, Ga.. says I
gave it in onme case, and bronght away fifty
worms. In another case it cured his negro
womani of Tenia or Tape wornm.
M r. Thomas Boyd, of Coweta cc. Ga says
be gave it to a negro boy who was in bail
health ; it broughmt away immediately thirty,six
w'orms. H e was soona well, and remains so up
to this time.
~Griffn. Pike co. Ga. July. 1848 -Mr. Wood
mtff-Please forward immediately thiee dozen
of your. Worma Specific without Ilay
Rcspectfully, Joamr &r. h-r.LL & Co.
Talbout Co. Ga. Dec. .12, 1845. Dr Wmjed
rff-I have receritly tmade trial of your Wmrmn
Specific in ma bad case, with the happiest effect
Ithinik mnore of it than ever, anid believe it will
do iu ninety-nine cases in the hundred.
J. E, Rorxxm. M. D.
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS.
Ang2 6m 29
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA..
IN COMMON PL EAS.
T HE defendant, Robert Shannon. who is
in the cnstody of the Sheuiff of Edgefield
sistrict, by. yirttue of a capias ad saaisfaciendum
saued in this case, having filed a schedule of
is whole estate. and a petition for the benefir
>f the In-olvent Debtors' Act, on mnotion of
Darrol; the defendant's Attorney, it is therefore
rdered, that the said I<aa,c Hawes, as well as
il others the creditors of the said defendaiit, do
tppear at Edge field otirt House before the
Court of Common Pleas for thme said district on
hie first Monday in March next, to shiew cause,
f any they can, why the said defendant should
tt be admitted to thie benefit of the said act.
Ag THOS. G. BACON, eccPkD
A a91848 Sm 29
.Ilrta a8cs n.' .Jlnaiacs
D. Rt. D. JA' NE would hereby inform the
W public that he publishes antnally for gre..
toitons distribution, by hiinsell and all his
Agents, un Almanac, called
JAYNE'S MEDICAL ALMANACt
AND GUIDE TO HEALTH.
The calculations for this Almanac are mudde
with great cate and accuracy and for five dir
ferent Latitudes and Longitudes, so as to make
thema equally tseful as a Calendar in every
part of tho United State-, and British North
America. They are printed on good pnper,
and with handsome new type, and are neatly
bound. and besides being the neatest and most
accurate C%lender printed in the United States,
they contain a large amount of valuable infor
mation. suited to the wants of all; and of that
kind too, which canr.ot he found in books.
Ills CaJalogue of Diseases, with remarks and
directions for their removal is really invluable,
and make them welcome visiters in every hnte
they enter. Every family .should posiess at
least one of these Annuals. His Almanac for
1849 is now ready for di-tribminn, of which lie
designs to publish at least Two Millions. and in
order that every family in the United States
and British America, may be furnished with a
copy. lie hereby invites
MERCHANTS AND STOREKEEPERS
to forward their orders to R. S ROa ATs,
Edgefield C. H.. as early as possible and they
shall be supplied gratuito. ly with as many col
ies as they may deem necessary to supply their
various customers. They ate also invited at
the samte time, to send a copy of their " Busi-'
ness Card." which will be printed and placed
on the cover of the Almanacs sent theni.
They are also requested to give all necessary
directions how the Almanacs should be fir
warded tothem. By law they cannot be sent
by mail unless the postage is first paid on them
Orders (post paid,) directed to DR. D.
JAYNE. Philadelphia, or to R S. ROBERTS,
Edgefield C. H.. will meet with prompt atten
117 FA31ILIES can obtain these Almanacs
Gratis of t. S. ROBERTS, Agent for
Dr. D. JAYNE'S Family Medicines.
Sept 20 tf 35
WORMS! WORMS! WORMS!
Dr. Jayne's Tonic Vermi
T H E most pleasant as well as the most
certain remedy for. *Worms ; which is
perfectly safe. and so pleasant that childrmn
will tw,t refuse to take it. I effectually de.
strovs Worms, neutralizes acidity or sourness
of the stouach. increases appetite, and'acts ac
a goneral and permanent tonic, and is there
fore exceedingly beneficial in intermittent and
remittent fevers, indigestion, &c.. and is a cer
tain and parmanen. cure for Fvxn and Aous
It not only destroys Worms and invigorates
the whole system. but it dissolves the supera.
bundant slime or mucous so prevaleuit in the
stomach and bowels of children, more espe.
cially of those in bad health. This mucous
forms the bed, or itest. in which worms nre
duce their young; and by removing it, it is
impossible for them to remain in the body.
It is harmless in its effects on the ,sys
tem, and the health of the patient is always
improved by its use, even when no worms
are discovered Numerous certificites of its
usefuhtesa have been receiv.d, which the pro.
prietor does notieousider necesary to publish.
In fact lie is.. in daily receipt of letters of'com"
inendation from various parts of the countrf ;
not only in regard to its superiority In the ex.
pulsion of worms, but. also -on account -of>itt
valtable as a properties as;apleasant:tonic and.
atrenothenn nedicine.. - , t~ .Anpe
Josiah Thoipson, tear Salem. N J.krd
ministered this -Vertifuge to a child- betweei
two and three years old. and says:that,-it fes
days she discharged one -hundred andhtweny.
seven large worms!
Mr.J. A Lents, of Penn Township Savings
Institution, in this city, gave itzto one of his
children; and says that alter the sixth dose it
brought away about finty worms at once, fiye
and six incihes long.
Mr. Perdinand Woodruff used two bottles
orthiis Vermifutge for Dyspepsia, and irr thie
course of~ two weeks discharged upwards of
thirty pieces of Tape worm, and was thereby
Annther gentleman of this city had it ad
ministered toa his little daughter, about three
years old, when she had a number of dischar
ges from her bowels composed entirely of lite
tIe white thread worms. lHe said they camre
ttway from her, nit only by hundreds, but I may
truly say, by thouasands, separately aid in soli'd
balls ar. large as hickory nuts, composed en
irely of de~ad worms."
For sale by Rt. S. Robertis, nntly Agent itt
this pl:.ce for the sale of Dr. Jayne's celebra
ted Family giedicine.
July26 Gm 27
A great Desideratunm in Me'dicine.
The Vegetable Restorative
Dyspepsia, Liver Comphaint. Coli&. Headache,
E nlargement of the spleen, Costiveness,
Acidity of thea Stomack,
and all diseases arisitng from a derangement of
the Biliary Organs, CAN BE CURED wvith a
great degree of certaint y. wilhout Caumel. Blue
Pill, or Pills of any kitod, dalt' 'or Oil,
flS THES UsE OF THE LIQUID cATHARTIc.
fl iS Medicine -is agreeable to take, and
.Eoperates without griping or debilitatitng.
Persons who have long been comipelled to take
Pilts, Oils or Salts, will find this a pleasant and
highly valuable substitute.
U" A small quatntity of this Medicine taken
daily, generaltly regulates the bowels in a short
1,YSPEPetA OF A VERY BAD CJIARACTER.
This is to certify, tthat 1 was attacked in
arch,1I845. with Dyspepsia or Indigestion, oaf
a very bail character. Mly case was treated by
two P'hysicians in St. Louis, hlissouzri, 8 weeks;
tten by aniother in Wisconsitn for ltree morn/is;
then by anothier in the interior of Louisiana.
then by sevetel physiciants in the Hospital of
New Orleans. three months, but worthout deri
ing ay real beneJft from all the remedies lire.
scribed for mue. Foruately,jtust at this jnne.
tre, and when my condition was most
deplorable, I obtainied a botal.e of the "Vegeeta,.
We Restorative or Liqutd Cathartic,'' by the use
of which I so ii commenced im:proving, and
'or the first tuie in fourteen moat/hs began to
have regular and natural dischiarges f'romz mny
bowels, atnd soon began to feel like bec;'ninig
sond and healhy once more--for all of which
[ am intdebted under the blessing of God, to
the above medicine. JOHN bI'AY.
Columbus, May 3, 1847.
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS.
SAug 23 fim 31
$300 R EWA RD.
F ERDINAND A. $ClIRODJER who had
been convicted of rendering a fraudulent
chedule, and who was cot.dined in the .Jail of
his Diet., effected his esctape on Saturday night
at. It is suspected that lie was aided by oth
rs. I will pay TWO HUNDRED DOL
LA RS for the re-delivery of Schroder in this
ail. ONE H UNDR ED DOLLA RS for proof
.o convictioan of any white persotn who aided hnn
n his escape, and FilTY DOLLARS for
he proof to conviction of any tiegro or colored
erson .whto may have aided hitm.
S. CHRISTIE-Sn3FFr of Ed'gefield
District, S. C. .f
Hl AVE crninenced operatinis in tl-eir' .
Co'tton I'aetory eud are lesiroin. of obd
mting teia services of about .Tre. 'Hi'itrd
ddiltonial White Operatives principally Gir,
above the age of fuurtssen; and also Tkiriy Ma.
trons to take charge of their Barding. Houses,
As the cofnpany intend to establish,and
maintain a 4tnost etetidaiy state of mfatr- ill
the place, any young lady whose choumas$u.
ces require that she should lt.or 'for,gidg-.
rott. may engge as a *eatei, sliicet.. &e.,
lit lucrative wages, and With the most.perfec -
assurance that they will not lose caste bysnuch
employment, and a temporary residenc, a*
Graniteville. No petsunr will_be.reteird in.
to the service of the orpny. who cannot
bring the best testimonials as to. their moraf
chatacter, and nonte will be peflttted to re
main in the place Wjio do not maintaitt -aucy
Two Churches are elected. School'liotse,
will be provided, so that ali may obtain either
a plain or classical educatisu All families it
the employ of the Company, as well as resi
dents of the place, will bet reqluired to keep
constantly at school all children under.the- age'
of thirteen.' -
Neat and comfortable Boarding Houss trill
be furnished at a low rent i also g.od d*elling
houses to families who can supply' fo~tii efec .
live hands from their own domestic circle, ot
who will take that number as Boarderi.-The
rate of Boarding will be low and will be eJi
by the Company. The above ninied hiiues,
therefore mrst not be regarded as sources for
making money, but as affording -ercellenteiluf
ations for widow- ladies who are in- indigent. -
circunmstances, and who have children to rear
and educate, such having the advantage, of
competent instructors free ofcharge I1lrtances
have occurred in which families; hae ivaied
themselves of similar circumstanc p re
the rudiments of education for thei (is atea>
threugh the industry of their sisters they " -
afterwards enabled to obtain.adclie'i e dd
cation, thus fitting them for occupyirg the
highest position in society. .
It is the object- of the Company to- benefit
the State by giving employment to the deserv
ing poor. but, it is also a primary 'objectto i9'
tan interest for the capital expended it ihese
works, they will not- permit -their hodsesif i
occu pied by any who cannot or will"tsotnien
der themselves useful. TheyJ wish?i(%"..b_
distinctly understood, that Granitevilleiiiitk
place of refuge for thnse who are' Ina644
ted"from any cause, for obtaining tlieir vt
by industry. T.
Thej wotuld, also state, tlat. thte Rfaij
luded to must be auch persons as fromffi j.
education and standing-will.eixet ap roper
fluence in the mental and" moralcalture.of th
females under their care. ' - *' " ='.
It is hopedand earnestly Ye(puestedt ha' aIl
who feel an interest in the progress of manut
factures.in our State,. in:the --welfare of i
p-ar, and such as have' a?knoweilge oftifilf
institution and the persons who are 'engaged
in this enterprise, will tuse their best 'effortsto
":irrtulate the contents of this~circular that thi
minds of all, who oughtto engage'withusf EtiiE
be directed to Granituvile, where a comfIoi
ble home, and the' nseans of -educatingxibetr
children may he secured. -
All communications on the sib st 't1e
addressed to' GEORGEKEL[Yt
Sept 6, 6w -
Jagyte's Caruinaiv $al
8 a pleasantaj:taiwtai+f efch
"a me d y f o y
P in orSickness df the8tdacV(V a i
Spating tup of.Fooid a eting, andy
where it passes throniehh ithe bod nncbtet .
Wantof A ppetiteet I i'sU
tI)Sleep, Witid in the' Stomachr and- B~6'tls,
Hysterics, Cramp, Nervous Tremoursand
Tlwitchings, Sea Sckness;-Fiitiii,jsfielan.
choly and Lowness of Spiris,'FrettingTr-In
fants, and'for all Bowel Af-ectisiis -andtfr
vous Diseases. n
This article is really invalnableid' rfamul
and may be depended upon, and if geizts -?
need by physicians, Summer'Complaint winl
he deprived of all its horrors 'as theyGiwouldl
not lose one patient in five hunidred cases,biut
would perform elactual cures in onie fourth'of
the time required.by the usual methoide'of trest
mont. It is as effectual for adults as it' is foi
This Carminative has -also-a very happy sit
feet on the many Dyspeptic disorders of the
stomach-such.as reur stomach, heartburw:a.
ter brash, sick head ache, weakness of- the
breast, cough, difficulty ef breathaing, tremors,
anpasme, mne[ancholy. sinking and fainess, vo.
miting, arid spittinig up the food after eating,
lienueria, or where the~ food passs through the
body unchanged, wg.nt of appetite and inability
to. sleep. It wvill be very useful to pregnant
women, overcoming irrhtability of the stomach
and thereby preventing nausea, vomiting and
heartburn. !iothere will find this much supe
rior, as wvell as safer and cheaper togive,their
children for fretting and crying &c. than the
usual.drops and cordials to which they have
been accustomed. ' ' -
The Rev. Enoch Barker;nDOW ofSamptown,
N. J.. says: 'Having been aflicted with a so.
core Dowel Complint, attended with 'ditreuis
ng puam aid discharge or blood, and every'up-.
pearance of approaching Dysentary, I' obtain.
ad one bottle at Dr. Jayne's Carminative Bal
tanm, a few doses of winch (taken according to
directions) effc-ted a perfect cure.
Frotm the Rev. Jonathan Going, late of N..Y.
Dr. D., Jayne-Dear Sir-Haying made use
if your Carnminitive Balsam in myfamily, and.
Einding it to he admirably adape to' the com
plaints for which it is intended, I take pleas
are in recommending it to the use ofmy friends
inud the public generally, believing those who
ire afilictedl with any of these comnplaints.wilf
End relief in the use of this valuable medicine,
JONATHAN GOING. D. D. ..
Pres. Granville College, Ohio.
For sale by Rt. S. Roberts, only ~Agent- in
his. place for the sale of Dr. Jayne's celebti.
ted Family .iledicinie.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN4
Parum WVall and othters, ) itt for. Part,a
5s >lion of Esista of
Fames Wall and others, 'Anny.jfag..
T appearing to mny satisfaction that. James
Wall & Martha Dunlap, defendanta in this
ase, are aid reside without th,e limits of-this
3tate ; ordered that the defendanits above'nam
'd, appear an this Honorable Court. and pled,
miswer or demur to the Bill,, within three
nionths from the p)ublicattin of this order, or
he said Bill wvill be takenypro confess.- againat
hem. S. S. TOMPE'fIN ..c. 3, . D,.'
Commissioner's Oflice,. Sept-. 26; 1848,
Sept 27 1848. 3m .2
O7 We are authorized to announce T. ..
W HITAKER, as a candidate foi the Oflie
if Sheriff, at the ensuing election -4
Aug. 23 t' '31
07 The friends of IIEN RY T.. WRIGWT
Paqr., announce him as a cadidate for the oW'
lice of Ordiuary of this Districts ae thieapuing
al,ction. mny 9A if 18