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II A M B.U R G, S. C .
RATEFUL for past favors. the subscri
ber hereby gives notice that Ihis Hoose i
now in complete order. and would reapectftull
invite all persons visiting Hamburg and th
travellitng public to give him a call. confidenti;
believing, that he can give entire snatisAltion t,
all those who desire a quiet or-lerly House
comfortable Rooms and Beds with as good i
table as the Market can furtish.
Stables. Loti and Carriage H1ou3e in firv
rate order and well supplied. A sober an
attestive Hostler always in attendance. Pai
ticular attention given to Horses left by pet
sons visiting Charleston or other places.
Carriages always in readine4i to conve
passengers to and froim the Rail Road whe
Horses aul Vchlres to Let.
Oct 4 l't37
T HIS Establishimnctt is now open for ti
reception of Vi.ilturs, and tio pains wi
be spared by the Proptri-tor to render all con
fortable who may favor himt with .i call. Tiet
has recently been a road opened froin Grai
iteville to the Old Wells. which makes the wa
direct to Edgefield Curt 11ise, and the di,
tance Ioi that place to Gransitevitle. five wtkl
shorter than to vither 1lanbirm or Aiken.
It will thus be pcrccivedcl "that Granitevill
is the point for ;ersoiis froi the up. Coti
try to take the Rail Road for Charleston.
The superior road surfare and short istainc
will soon Latisfy all that this is the place to n hic
produce ansd uoerchtatndize nust come it pa.Smj
to and from Charleston, and the curiosity i
witness the extensive nanufactiring work. bui
population and beuntiful Town Of Granitevill
it is hoped will tender it a favorite resort fc
those taking the Hail Road. Persons leavin
here for Chariesrton, wall have a early breali
fast and be put in readiness foi the mornitn
cars. Connected with the Establisimetit ai
extensive Stables and good Grooms for the ac
commodation of 11orses. Carriages and Hu
ses at all times to hie.
. H. JOILDON-Prollrietor.
Nov 11848 31 41
Wm. Ketchum & Co.
T AKE pleasure iii returning their grate
ful acknowledgments for the very libert
patronage heretofore bestowed upon theti. an
hope by liberality and fair dealing to merit
We now invite the attention of our numei
ons friends and customers jd the public geti
erally, to our new stock of
FINE, FASHIONABLE AND
CMEAP FANCY AND
STAPLE DRY GOODS
Selected by one of the Firm during the lai
mponth from the
fewYork and Philadelphia Aiarkct
Our assortment '*ill conpri6e every artici
usually called for in this Mar.et, and we piedl
ourselves not to be undersold by any in Han
. God lasshown with pleasure. N
ceharg;e for looking.
Give us a call.
N. B. Store in thet American Hotel Boil
ings, Hamburg S. C.
Oct 4 12t 37
Walker and Bradford.
. War'elwouse aend
HAMBURG, S. C.
STILL contianue to occupy " Tus Or.
WV~ATnPoracFWAEoosE," arid tran:a
uct a general Storage arid Commtissions Busi
They again tender thteir services to thei
frienids ad the public generalIly int thte storag
and sale of produce, anad tire IHeceivinag an
Forwarding of ?derchaandise, or anty oths
business in their line, with whaich they mary b.
favored. Liberal advarnces wvill be mtade ci
-prodiuce coansignted to thems when required.
To their patronse they cordially nrun thei
most sincere thtanks foir the liberalhity., nit
whaich theay have been) so graciousaly favored
and respectfully solicit a cnrtuinanatce of th
same , which they hope to taerit by unareumittit
atteution to all busianess enatrusted to their care
Sept 1st, JS848.
BT The undersigned still continuies i
connection with bleesrs.. IVallcr St Bradfordi
the Receiving anid Forwardinag liusintess. t
wvhichr he wrill gave his undividcd atteurtiont.
A. M. BENSON.
Sept. 6 3mt 33
GROCERY AND COTTON
T HE Subscriber having rettrtted fro
Mlexico. and having resnumet the G R.
CERY & COTTON UUSINE8S ini Hatn
burg, has takern the stand battely occupied b
G. C. Cmannintghamn, second door below J. .
Howaid, Esq. intends to keep otn hand a goo!
assortmretnt of all thte rarticle!s usually kept in
Grocery Store; atnd hiavinag madte sutch al
rangamnernts as enadbles him to fuirnish Gosods
the lowest market prices, cotnfidenatly invites I
frienads to give him a call.
All orders attended to with strict attentinr
antd goods piut op in a style anid at prices tha
will be satisfactoryto purchssers.
Intending to be regularly ina the market fo
produce, the highest marker 'rices will at al
times be paid for Cotton and Flour.
G. W. STYLES.
'The undersigned taike this method of return
itng thanks to titeir old frietnds ad cuistomer
for past favors, arid to inform them that the
can be founad during the approaching season,.
tire Store of C. WV. Styles, where they will b
hazppy to see old customaers.
All orders from ottn frientds, directed to eithe
of ps, will meet with promtpt attenalion
G. C. CUNNINGE-AM.
HIarmburg, Aug. 16 2mn 30(
JUSTopeed the lrget assortment eve
bought for this Market, consistinag c
Gold Finger Rings, Ladies Shanl an<
Gentlem.en's Gold Pins, Ladies anid Mis
ses Gold Earrings, Gold Pencils, etc.,
All'of wbicb nse wvarranted Gold, and wil
be sold extremely low at
J. CO H NS' Cheap Cash S ore.
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Kenick & Thayer,
T H E Plaintiff in this case, having this day
filed his Declaration in my office, and
the Defendant having teither wife ner attorney,
known to reside within the limits of this State
upon whom a copy of the said Declaration
with a rule to plead, could be served. On mo
tion of T. G. Key, Attorney for Plaintiff,-fora
dered that the said Defendant appear and plead
to said Declaration within a year and a lay
3 frimi the date heteof, or in default thereof,
judgment will he entered against him.
TIHOS. is. BACON, c. x. P.
Clerk'. Office, Edgefield C. H-, Nov 15, 1848
Nov.*2 ly 44
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
y IN COMMON PLEAS.
n Isaar IIanes
r H IE defei.dant, Robert Shannon, who is
I in the custody of the Sheriff of Edgefield
istrict. by yirtue of a capias ad satisfaciendum
issued in this case, having filed a schedule of
his .whnle estate, and a petition for the benefit
of the In-olvent Debtors' Act, on motion of
Carrol, the defendant s Attorney, it is therefore
ordered, that the said I-aae Ilawes, as well as
all others the creditors of the said defendant, do
appear at Edgefield onrt House before the
Court of Ctiutnon Pleas for the said district on
the first Monday in March isext. to shew cause,
if any they can. why the said defendant should
not be adimitted to the benefit of the said act.
TH10S. G. BACON c c z E D
e Aug 9 1848 3m 29
- SYATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
y IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
* David Stalnaker, fur )
s J. H. 1Un11hes, 5 D.claration in
rs. ( Attachment.
Wm. L. Cochran. J
H L plaintitf in the above case Iiving thi.
1 day filed his decluruton in my olice,
h aid the defendant having neithet wife nor at
torney. known to r,-side %%ithin the limits ol
this Suite, on whoum a copy of said declaiation
with a rule to plead, can be served, Ot m1otiori
of Mr Wardlaw, Plaintiff's Attorney it ii
r ordered, that the said defendait appear and
plead to the said declaration. within ayeariad
day, froma the date hereof, or judgment wiil be
awarded against him by default
THO. G. BACON. Clerk..
Edgefield C. H. Clerk's Office, Ith Nov. 184E
November 8 ly 42
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
II. Boulware for .
C. H. Good=an, Declaration in AttacA
d Charles [lail. J Assumpsit.
a John S. Snyley. Declaration in Attack
John M. Crary Debt.
William Kay. Declaration in Atta-4
Wiley Kay. Assupopsit.
Richad Coleman, Declaration in Attack.
H yrain Kaj. ^Assumpsit..
rOIHE Plantiffs n thee& vingf.ted
JL their declarations respectively in ainy
Office, and the DefenJants having no wife or
* attorney known to be within this State, on
whom a copy of the declaration with a rule to
e plead. could be served. It is ordered, that the
said Defendaits do severally plead to the de
clarations aainst thet respectively, withina
year and aday from, judgment will be award
ed against themt.
THOS. G. BACON, Clerk.
I. Cleik's Office, 29th, Sept. 1848.
Oct 4 4:q 37
STATE OF SOUTll CA ROLINA.
IN TIlE COMiMON PLEAS.
Jeffers & Co thran,
D HU IE Platintiff in the above caste, having orn
-I the 1st day of Mtay last, fied his declara
- tion, On motion of Mr. Yancey, attorney foi
Plaintift. Ordered. that the said Defendantt aip
r pear and plead to the said declaration, withina
e year and a day from the date hetreof, or judg
I taent will bc awvarded agaminat himt by detait.
r TOHO. G B \ON, Cler k.
e Clerk's Officc, 1st June, 1848.
n Jnna 7 91ly 20
tr STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
e IN EQUITY.
Parum WatlI arid others, )Bill for Parti
vs tion of Estate a)
SJames Wall atnd others, Aranny Wlall.
TI applearinag to moy statisfactiona that Jameti
nU WVall & Martha Duntlap, defenidetnts in thi
case, are and reside without the litnits of thim
S tate ; ordered t hat the defendants iabove%na:n
ed, appear ini this Honorable Court. atad piled
-uaswcr or demur to the Bill, w.ithina thtrem
omoniths from the publication of this order. oi
the said Bill will he taken pro confesso againal
them. S. S. T(.\MPE NS. c a, a. D,
Comimissionmer's 011ice, Sept. 26, .1848.
ii Sept 27 l848. 3im 36
All persons itndebted to the Estates of Eliza
d beth Cl,ark, Matry Clark. and fletury Clark
deceased, late of this District, are requestec
to make immedate naytmnt. and till those hay
Sitng anmy demnands will present thenm duly attestet
accordinag to law.
sJA MES BLACKWVELL, Admin'r.
Aug 7 1S48. 3ma 2'.
r ALL thaose indebted to thae estate of Charity
.3Johnson, dec'd , are reqnested to make
itmmaediate paynment, atad those htavinag demand:
0 present them properly attested.
C. B. GOULDEN,
SIMEON ATTA WAY,
Sjuly 7 t f 24
ALLpersonse indebted to the Estate oi
r .t..W m. Scurry deceased, are requested
to make immediate paymen', nad those
having demands against tbe Estate, to pre
sent them to the subscribers, properly at
H. C. CULBREATII, Am,
'MARY HI.SCURIRY, Ad s
r Oct. 18 3mn 39
. LL Persons indebted to the late firm of
..t Presley & Bryan, are requested to umake
iimmediate settlemient, otherwise the Accounts
atnd Notes will be placed in the hands of proper
Officers, (or collection.
PRESLEY & BRYAN.
Oct. 0,64 ,r 38
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARI
Thos. McCarty and wife andl
others, Applicants, Sumos
Thos. Stewart and others PARTIT
IT appearing to my satisfaction, that
ham Thompson, Thos Thompson,
ander Thompson, Narcilla Thompson, ?
Thompson, Polly Thompson, 'abitha Th(
son and Thomas Stewait, reside beyon<
limits of this State. It is therefore ord
that they do appear and object to thlesa
Division of the Real Estate of Alexa
Stewart deceased, onl or before the first I
day m February next, (1849 ) or their
sent will be entered of Record.
JOHN HILL, o. z,
Nov 1 1848 12t
STATE OF SOUT1H CAROL
IN TIlE COURT UF OIDINAR,
Joseph Parkman & Peggy his)
wife, and others, Applicants, I Su
Blake Faulkner and wire Elhz- PAXT
abeth. Defendants. J
IT appearing to my satisfaction. tha
said Blake Falkner and wife Elizal
reside beyond the limits of this State.
therefore ordered that they do appear an
ject to the sale or division of the Real l.
of Elizabeth Falkner decea.ed, on or b
the first Monday an February next, (184!
their consent will be entered of Record.
JOHN HILL, o. E.
Nov 1 1848 12t
STATE OF SVU 1H CAROL1
IN THE COMMON PLEA
Jesse Jinnings and )
others, Applicants, I S oxoNs IN
John Coleman and I
others, Defendants. J
IT appearing to my satisfaction, that
Coleman, Anna Deshazer wife of
Deshazer deceased; John Chapman, I
Chapman, - Harvil and wife Cart
-- Partin and Ellcn his wife, Henj
Partin, Tire Jennings, Levi MlcDaniel
wife ElI;zabeth, -- Kay and his wife S
live beyond the limits of this State.
ihereforc ordered that they do appeal
object to the sale or Divibion of the Rem
tate of Pnilip Jinnings deceased, on or
fore the first Monday in February next, (1
or their consent will be entered of Rec
JOHN HILL, o. z.
Nov 1548 12t
STATE OF SOU I' CAHOL
IN THE COURT OF ORDINAR1
Willaim Little, Applicant, SUMXo
Jessee Little & others, Deft's PARTI
IT appearing to my satisfaction, that ]
Little Allen Little and John Little
side beyond the limits of this State.
therefore ordered that they do appear
object to the sale or Divis.on of the
Estate of William Little, Sr., decease<
or before the first Monday in February
(1849,) or their consent to the same
be entered of Record.
JOHN HILL,.o Z.
NS.y I Min -.291 .
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLI
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY
Thoains McCarty and wife I
Patsey and others, Applicants. I Summc
Polly Ste wart and others, Parita
I T appearing to mty satbitnona, thsat T
Stew~art, WVilliams Thaompsoni, Thi
Thtompson, Alexansder Thomn s,pson, Na
Thompson, Nelly Thompson, Polley Th
scot, anid T1ubitha Trhiampson, Distribute
thte Real Estate of Alexande.r Stewart dece
live without the liie its of this 8tate.
thecrefoare ordered, that they do appear ir
Coiurt of Ordintary for the District nars
and object ton the Sale or Divisinnt of the
Estate asforesaid, on or before the fousrthd
Decetmber ntext, or therir conzsent wvi
etntered of Rec.ot'l.
Given unsder my htand at nmy Office, thti
the 28tha August. 18418.
J O HN HIILL, O.E.
Aug 30 3m Si
IE Estate sof Marshal R Smtitha,dece
be.lLinsg withotut admniistrattioni, andi1
lute ders,lict, nil persions hamvinag papers pe
inag to the estate. are reqnested to hand
over to nme by te earliest psacticable tim<
all those indebted to tlte estatte 'to mrake
snent, tad those having dem:tnds to pr
them propealy attested.
JOIIN H IL L, 0. E.
jnrne 1.1 titm
*. Hambuh rg Jnttrnal will pleasse copy
ALL Persons indebted to the estate of I
.l snrraht, dec'd , are reqsuested to
ismmesdittte paymaent, asnd thuse httvsttg deni
to presenit thsem properly attested.
JOHN HILL, o.E.
N o 1 i c e.
ALL those indebted to thec Estate of B~
AP. Bland, are required to make itnm
paymaent, ndthose hasvintg demands to pc
thetm properly attested.
JOHN HILL, o. E.
Nov 22 5t
ALL those indehted to thes Estate of
F. Malsrsin desceased, are aequeste
make itnmediate payment, and those h
demaands, to present them piro~perly attest
JOHN HiILL, O.E.
sY at c e.
A LL those inadebted to thie estate of
Lowe, dec'd., are requested to msakt
uaditepsysiettJOHN HILL, o. E.
Nov 22 5t
LLPersons inideb,ted to the estste of
ARobhertsn, dec'd., are requested to
patymtetnt, adhsehaving detmauds to pr
them propeslty attested.
JOHlN-ILL, o. E.
Nov 22 3m
A LL Persosss httvitig any deman
Ligainast slae esta'e of Janmes S. I
deceased, tare requsested to present
for poyment by tbe 25th of December I
as it is intenided shortly to make a
settlement oin said estate.
TrIOS. 11. POPE, Ex
JAS, IH. WILSON, t
Nov. .1. 18d8 7r .12
The Vefivtable Restorative
Dirspepsia, Liver Complaint. (oli. Headachc
s 0 Enlargement of the spleen, Cosiceness,
Acidify of the Stomach
oq. and all diseases arising from a derangement to
the Biliary Organs, CAN 13E CURED with n
Wil, great degree of certainty. without Calomel. Blue
Lx- Pill or Pills of any kmol, Sult- or Oil,
ell BY THE USE (IF THE LIQUID CATHARTIC.
Tmll HI Medicine is agreeable to take, Iad
e roperates without griping or debihtati
ered Persolis who have long been compelled to take
ier Pills, O s or Salts. will find this a pleasant and
e iglly v:dn iable substitute.
der 0 A small ilantity of this Medicine taken
on- daily, generally regulates the bowels in a short
IsPEM-AA OF A VFRY BAD CHARACTER.
D- This is to certify. that I wam attacked in
42 March. 1845, with Dyspepsia or Indigstion, of
a very bad character. My case was treated by
NA. two l'hysicians in it. Lonts. Misouri. 8 weeks;
then by another in Visconsiti for three months;
r. then by anther in the interior or Looisiana.
tien by seveal physicians in tie Ilospital of
aHS New Orlo-ans. three months. but without deri
Vilng any reat bcuefit from all the renedies lre
MaI scribed lbor me. Furmnately.just at this imei
ture, and when my condition was most
deplorable. I obtained a bottle uf the "Vegcta
ethe ble Restorative or Liquid Cathartic," by the use
beth, of wich I so it conitemci improving. and
It In for the first time in fourtern months began to
: ob' have reg-olar and natural discharges trom my
state bowels, and soon began to feel like becming
Dfore sounl and healthy once more-or all of whicha
,) or I um indebted onder the blessing of God. to
the above medicine. JOHN MAY.
n. Columbtus, May 3, 1847.
42 For sale boy R. S. ROBERTS.
...a.--3 A1n :31
N "oRMS! WORMS!
Dr. Jayne's Tonic ermieto
T H E most pleasant as well as tle most
certaii reednciy for %% orims ; which is
pcrfectly sate, and -o plefsant that childrt n
John will i" refivuse to take it. It eflectually de
John stro%s Worms, neti:alizes acidity or sicourness
hlary if tie stomach. incri-ases appetite, and act a,
ary a g-neral aid liermaneit tunic. and is there
e, fore exce.edingly beneficial in itsternitteit and
raan emittent fevers, indigestio. &c.. anid is a cer
and wi ard permanien. core fior FhvErt and Ac::E
usan, It not only destroys Winins and invigm-ates
It is the whole systei. but it dissolves the supera.
r and bandant sli'm or mucons s-j uire-valeot in the
J Es- stomach and bowels of children. more ei-pe..
be- cially of those in bail health. This Mucons
49.) forms tel bed, or test. in which worms tro
ord. duce their young; and by retovin: it, it is
D. impossible for iheim to remain in the body.
42 It is harmless in its efreets on the sys.
-- tem. aid the health oftht patient is always
I NA improved by its use, even when no wormts
are discovered Numerous certificites of its
usefulness have beln icceivLd. which the pro
prietor does not consider necessary to publi4.
ls In ract he is in daily receipt orf letters of com
riendation from various parts of the country ;
3ON- inot only in regard to its super:ority in the ex.
amtes pulsion of worms, but also oi accouit of its
, re valtable as a properties as a pleasant tonic and
It is. stiengthening mtedritie.
and Jnsiah Thomipson. tiear Salem. N. J. ad.
Real ministered this Vermifuge to i child between
I, on two and three years old, and says that il a few
next, days she discharged one hundred and twety.
will seven large worms!!
h1r. J. A Lentz, of Penn Township Savings
Institution, in this city. gave it to one of I,s
children; and says that after the sixth dose it
N and six inches long. -
Mr. Ferdinand Wo,druff used two bottles
orthis Verinifuge for Dyspepsia, und in the
courso of two weeks discharged upwards of
thirty pieces of Tape worm, and was thereby
Ws perfectly etred.
Almnter gentlerman of this city had it ad
yera old, wheat she had a nnamher of dischair
omas ges fromt her bowels comtposed entirely of lir.
Ontias tie whtite thread worims. He tsaiid they cae
realla away from hter, noet onrly by huindredsr, but I mtay
o~p- truly say, by thonantds, separately :indi ini solid
es Il htalls as large as hickory tiuts, composed en
ased. tirely of dead worms."
It is Fur satle lay R. S. IRoberts, nly Agentt ini
the this pI.ca for the sale of Dr. Jaynre's celebra
sad. ted Famaily Medicime.
Real July 26 Gin 27
I be A great Desideratumt in Mehdicine.
s dy Jaynel's Calrm1iuatU've lial.
D. JS a pleasitait, eitam,. safe and effectual re
m iely foIr Dysenitary, Viarrhasat or L.oose
nesm, Cholerac M'orbus,- Summretr Compjlaint..
Ciilic. Griping Pains, Sour stomiach, Sick and
aed. Ne'rvous Hleadache. 11earthurn, W anerbiash,
here- Pain or Sickitess of the stomach.li Vommiaatinag,
r in- Sputtinig up~ of Foodl after etinitg, arid alsor
them whlere it passes tharontgh the boidy un.chraitged,
ai.ad Waant otfAlppetite, Rtestlessness anrI inability
pay- tea Sleep, Winid ini the Stomach rind Bowels.
ese Hysterics. Cramp,la Nervous Trremours arid
Twitchinigs, Srea Sickitess. Fainitiaags, Melan
D. chooly anad Lowniess of Spirits. Frettinig of Ira
21 fitts, antd lair all Bowel Atrectiuns atad her
-- Thisn iirtic'le is really inivahitable ira a famuily,
and imay be depended uapoin. and if generally
.ewis uiseid by physicianis, Stummer Ciaopli ait woula d
ake lie deprived of all its horrors as they watiid
iuds tnt lope cne patienat in five hundred caises. but
woitlid performt ehlfectiual cuires mi iane fuirilh raf
D. the timea requiired lay the nsanil timthods of treat
44 merit. It is as efliconal for adults as it is f or
This Carmtiattie has also a very hiapply ef
wrett fect on tire mtany D)yspteptic disiarders of~ the
diate stomach-such as sorir stomiach,. hear! burn, wit
uesent ter brrash, sick head richie, weakness of ihe
breast, conight, dillieinky efbreathaing, tremors,
D- spasms, ttelanachoiy. sinking and faintness, vet
44 oiting, arid spaitiing til thte food after eating.
-~~ lienreria, or where the food passes through the
body tnrchanged, waitt of appetite anid imability
Jona tin sleep. It will be very uiseftul to pregntant
d to womten, overcoinung irrhtabilily of the stramach
wing and thtereby prevettmg nusea, vomiting andl
ed. heartburn. .there wvill find this munch sn pe
. rior, as well as safer and chetaper to give their
41 chrildren for fretting atad crying &c. than the
-- ustul drops atad cordials to which threy htaver
Bal ERTI FI('ATES.
S Thte Rev. Eintcht Bairker, ntow ofSamnptownr,
N. J.. says: "Having besen afflicte~d with a se
4"vere Bowel Complamirt, attenided with distress
-nrg pami ad dischtarge oaf blood, ad every ap
peatrance of approac:hing Vysentary, I oibtain
ed urne bottde oh Dr. Jaynre's Carmmtative Bail
Jas- sum, a few doses of whatch (taken according to
ake directions) effected a perfect cure."
Froam thte Rev. Jonaihana Going, late of N. Y
D. Dr, V. jayne-Dear Sir-Hayrag mratde use
44 ofyiiur Carintitive Balsamn itt my famiily, anid
- fiindinig it teo be undmnirabaly adiaptedl to the ciom
plaitts for which at is inttended, I taike ileas
s a- ore ini recommreindintg it to thre use ofimy frients
lpe, arid the. ptublic genierailly, believintg thotse w~ho
hen are afilicted with anay of these ciamphlaintis will
find relief ian the nse oh this valunible muedicine.
e, JONATHAN GOiNG. D. V
final Pres. Graniville College, Ohio.
For sale by Ri. S. Roberts, only Agent inr
eci~ this place for tire sale of Dr. Jayne's celebta
r. ted Faumily aledicine.
WORMS! WOR iS' WORM14!
THE BANE 01' CHILDHOOD.
k ND tlei certain porucursior of many danger
oi diseases. if allowed to remam long
.ia the hutm1an system in great mnbers'
Tho-usands of children die iunnally fron
'Worms Ti season is mow close at laid
I hen they become m1o1t troublesome to chil
Dia. W onDRUFF's WORn SPFCtFC is a safe
remedy for evirms. Try it. It is as goud as
vie beist. mid clienp nas the cleaaiest
Mr. Joseph Shippy -f Msecwgee co. -Gn.,
,mys it brimlght awav 200 worms firom it iegro
child belotging to him. m at shrt time.
Mr John L Litile ol Whiteville. Gl. says I it
2ave it in (one e ase, Hiad brought awity lifty I
worms. [i another case it cnred his tiegro
woman of Teniia o-r T.ape worm.
Air. Thumas Boyd. of Coweta co. G. s.tys E
he gave it to it negro boy who was iln bad ia
health it brought nway immediately thirty.six
orts. Ie. wal- soon) well, and remains so up g
to thiI time.
Griffin. Pike co Ga. July. 1848 -Mr. Wood- I
rtifT-Plea-e furward immediaely three dozen jI
of your Worm Specific witholI delav. s
Rcspectfully, Jonx (o. th.. & Co. I,
Tralbou Co. Ga. Dec. I2. 1845 Dr W ood
ruff-I have recetatly made triii of our W orm
Specific n a had cnse. with the hnppiest effect
I think more of it than ever. utml believe it will
do in ninety ninie cases m the hindred.
J. E. RPER 11. D.
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS. i u
Aug2 Gm 2
DR. WOODRUFF'S I
T lHE well tried and generally nappitved
J.Irenedy f.,r Dyrenrtery. Di.rrhm.. UrilmCg
and Sumner Compliiits tofChildren.
From the late Capt. liolmes, (seoria Reg'l
lIrazls amn Jago. July 24. 1846--Dr. Vood
rtiff-I owe al1 ap1lOgy for iol acknowledging
bef-ore t e receipt f a box .. yieur Dysentery
Cordial. which Vol hall the kiodaess to *end
tme while ill Coluttm1bus, frir the n-e ofny corlps.
I have find it a most %alulable maedficie, and
only regret that I have iot a supply of it.
Whierever my tmen hae folonued dfirectimns,
they have invariably fiund rAlieC. We have
satied aid are a-steri-;- im-ehi ltrom Dysen
tery. oceaaiem.l by the wretched w-t,-r we have
to Irink. blat your Condial i-i restoring all to
their wanted health atid vigor. With 'my sin
cere thials far ytoir kiindiess. atd best .% i.-ies
foryour success, I am your obediet --rv't.
Captain Nldcoi touards
Georgaomu. Randolph Co Geo., Jie 3th.
1846 -Dr Wminrif. 8ir-The demand for
yOL r Dysentery Clirulial is s: great. that I
want yont to seaad by the st:age. on tuesday
femir dozen bottles General Shorter's overseer
inforned me the other day that lae had used it
ill slome fifty Ca.eA Wtll emire sucecCe. In fact
every person i ae sold it to is very much
pleased If certificates are of any use to you
lcan ael aay nmtiber far you
Very Reaespectfully D MORRIS.
For sale by R. S. ROBE TS.
Aig 16 im 30
JAYNE'S AGUE PILLS.
IN recommendig these Pills to th! puNic.
the proptietur eoes not wish to make m -
unneceseary or tedions pieraniulationti, hat
wito full directionas and a few important re
i.mks, he will lenve the medicine to speak for i
itself. feeling confidett that its merits are mnel. t
as wilot fail to bring it mnto at neral use; it
deed. he id so sanguitie tof the efficacy ol thos
Pills. he does not hesilate to guarantee a ceur
in the most agaravated cases.
AGUV ind Intermillent Ye'evers.
By foil -wing the directions e osely while ia..
king this preparation. its u per ority. over if!.
orditiary Tojic Mixtures, Pills, &c. will b:
Being puarely vegetable, free fromt all feoretgi.
deleterinsor mlinteal preptaratiuns. these pitt,
may be taken with the untamost ratfety umatar tat
molest any c;rcum.,taces Th'ley strenagthen 6:.
.tomuach. mtvigur:ate thae asystema. atud enltiret3
p)reveant thatt latagir aned prostration of strength
wvhi--h always attenad this dliseaise.
Trhey aelso posess~. a eciated sttperaority Ut
er quininme, ints.iatte of lirn, Arsenic, iloncset.
and the numtaerous oilher parepaarationta usally
eemploye'd in the cure of~ FEVEli & AGUF.
ian beitag gently appelirien:t. by this tuennas car
rye tg thaemselves aoff throan.laIl the.diaam a:I
thec bowevls after they have spet their amedici
tanl powvers ian the t.tomch tht:ta pre-vaentinag j
thae necaluielactio thaose utnpleasant symton')Ia
theat almaoast unaive rsally fellow thae applietiata
of the a foresaid tmedhieiaes. whlich coan<trintg thes
bowels. pruodaucc'enlgesitan of thte liver. and
rean in the systema tea brood dienses miore,
d.ancgeroeus thant those thaey are empnlloyced taa
hienace it is saidl thtat those remedies in the
mtajority ofinaanaere ontly serve tat salppre'ss
the di.-ease fotr a aort pterieoa, whlile the, dia
eaese still in hais systemati buocadinag new evi,
aande soon devlop1es ateelf mn a amore dtaangeroaas
faormi thtan at first ; thuns tha eecessity ofC a muedl
icineftpotesessinag the qalities of Dr. JAYN -''S
A G UE P1 ILS. that cuanla he ppliede withaotai
t'ear etf expe.rieecciag those evil efTects beforei
alludhed to. andu ith Itn feull conifidleace oaf receiv.
inag a spleedy antd radienl eare.I
lI. J. Ilastieck Esq Draytanu. Georgia, says.c
Nacv lN. 1846-Dr. ID Jalyne. De~ar Sir; My a
seles aof yeanr prepaaarnon have exceedeud mry i
expecetationas Yaatr Expectorant, I'erwaijuge.h
Carminalice Balsam. andl Fecer Agmue Pdls. aelln
sell well, amae of wrttha I aci acowt etnt of. I i
wat int immnediate saupplty eaf tall I he aebovei.
namaed 31 ediciiaes maore patracuilarly a latrge .It
supplIy ofl thae Expettorant atncd Agtne Pills i
Wae have yet amonctg ass a uoecd mansiy Iacg t
stiacceatg cases ccf Challs aad Fet ers, in wh'lich1
vaar Agnxe pills have naever failed ian cnre.- ci
Youk~etr Altertatit'e is jtust beginnaing to be ci
kntownt heare antd appree.itated. lf' I had htad a
e.ngha of your Fever aetd Agate Pills I could p
htave seaH' anore thanet a haenadred dulhies w4arth it
of them. Y'ours &c. II. J. I3OSTICK. f
M tessas. J & H. Meoare. Lisbon. Ill. says,- b
Oct 31, 1846; Yoaar Agnec Pills ar e about gonte,
aund have givent unmive'rsal satisfiactin.
Wm. ell sqVale;m Grove, Alahauma,.
gute Pills ad TIocaic Vermaifaage. Theay are
dloiag ttotnders here. I amt soncy yotu died ncot
seand tic miorce ofthaem.
Facr sale Icy R. 8. ROB)hERTS,,
Ontly Agenit itt this lce fatr the "ale of Dr v~
Javnte's celebrated Fttaily Mediacitae.
-Ang 15 :Imc 30
state of South Carolina.
EDG EFI EI.D DIST RICT.
IN TH E COMMON PLE.1.8.
Thasc P. Miltter. ) Decleralion. Bi
5s. in Ahtaclhment. b
Ralph Sentrry. i
TH E P'iantiIT itt the above case, hattting t:
tis day tiled htis Declaration int my of-" [
tme, anad the Detfenanet httving ne.ithae' wife si
icer attorntev kntown to reside within the limiits s
of'this Stmatie, oaa w ott a copyt aaf said Decluart.
tton, witht a raule tea ph.'nd. catn I.e served Oni a
c.OtionI of Mr. Adams. attorncey for Plaitti. it cs
erdered,thai he said edefeanant appear and plead
tea the said D)eclmtrtat. wvithint a yeatr andte a
dlay fracm thte dtate hereof. orjndgmtentt wvill be C
given against him by default (
TH-O. G. BACON, Clerk, a
Clerkt's Ofice. Edgefield C. ii. 18th Nov. 1847
ovember24 ly '1
1ot*#00D EXTRCT OF
SAl S A P A R1 IL LA
WONDER AS6 *LI.-No OF TiE iGE.
'11E mOST EXTRAORDINAky
MEDICINE IN Ti-A WORLD.
'is Extract is put up in Quart b0eiles i , ii
six 11nes chtupcr, pleasanter. and lcwiaratc4
superior Io any sold. It cures Withual 'U '
Iag. purging, sickening or debditating I
The great heanty and superiority of this Str
parilla over all other mnedicinesis, that while'
eradicates the eisense, it invigorates the body.
is one of the very bist
SPRING AND, SUMMER MEDICINV.I
ver known , it not only putifies the whole
stemo and sireiigtlhei;, the person, but it re..
es new. pure and rich blood: a power posses
.-d by no other medicine. And in this lies the
rand secret of its wonderfrd surcers. It has
erf'rn,ed within the last five years, mre than
D0.01)0 cures of severe cases of disease; at
at 15.000 were considered incurable. It has
wed the lives of' more than 5,000 children du
in the tw4i parit seasons.
0.000 cases of General Debility and tvant
of. Nervous Energy.
Dr. Townsend's Sarsnparifla invigorate-s the
hosle system permanently. To those who
ave Inst their muscular energy by the effectsof.
14dici e et indi.cretion comnitted in youth, or,
ie excessive iiidulgence or the Passions, and
rought on a gener-il physical prostration of the
ervons system, lassitude, want of ambition,
dintina sen'ations, lreiatine decay and de.
line, liate ing towards that fatal disease. Con.
nanptlon. can bt entirely restored by this plea.
ant remeiy. This Sarsapoarilla is far supetior
As it renews and inviaorates the system.
:i' s activity to the limbs, and strength to the
anscular system, in a most extraordinary do.
leantise and Strengilien. Coisumnptiodf can,
be cured. Bronchitis, Consumption. Liver
Complaint. t'olds. Catarrh, Con. s. -Astima, -
Spilding of Blood, Soreness in the Chest
lo-rtic Flush, Night Sweats. Dfficult or
Profise Expectorati-n, Paii in the Side, &c.
have been and can be cured.
New Ynrk. April 28,1849.
Dr. Townsend-1 verily believe that your
zrsap"rilla has been the neais. through Prov.
dence, of ravin- my :fe. I have for seversI W
rcnra had a bad cough. It became worse andi
vorse. At last it rai.wd large qnantities of
Ooid, had night Sweats, and was greatly de.
iilitated and reduced, and did not expect to
ive. I hIaveonly tised yoirr Sarsaparilla a short
ime, and there has a wvonderfid change beei
vrought in ne. I am now able to walk all over;
he city. I raise no blood, and my cough has
el ne. You caji well imagine that fain thank..
ul for these results. Your obedient servant,
W31. RUSSELL. 65 Catherine-st.
This is only one of more than four thousand
-ases of Rheumatism that. Dr. Townseid's
ar-caparilla has cured. The inost se vere.and
:hronec cases are weekly eradicated by its ex
Jamles Cuimiigs, Esq., one of the assistants
the Lonatic Asylum, Blackwell'siots id is
lie gentleman spoken of in the fotdwing letter:
Blackw 'll's Isi-ind, Lept.14,11847
Dr. Townsend-Dear Sir:si xhae.luleted
rribly for rine years.. with tjie, Rheu iustjopa. -
ansidesable of the ,ine?ou ?t.taI
r walk. I had tie " Wet-W"Pr1 -
rh my limbs were teiribly s.*oll0n._ j.hjjre
s(d four bottles of your-Larsespaillai.j.
tey luve d,.ne me imore tihan one,.thoussud
llars worth of good. I am somuch better.
Ildeed. I ami entirely relieved. -You are at,lii
'rty to use th's for the beniefit'Of the' affiieted.
Yoiirs, re.epectfully, .
Fits! Fits! Fils!.
Dr. Townsend. ut having tested his ~Ers..
arila in cases of Fits, of course uiever recoin.
uenided it. and wits surprised to receive thd fol
e'wing fromn sam intelligen' arnd respectable Far.
net in Westchester County:
Fordham, August 13, 1847.
Dr. Townsend-Deaau Sir: I have a little
irl seven y ears of age, who has been several
ears afficted with Fits; we tried almtost every..
hing f or her, bitt without success ;at last, el.
liough wie could find no recomimendation in
r cirenilars tor enases like hers, w~e thought, as
he was in very deticate health, we woulo give
r somie of1 y'our Hersapaiilla, anid are very
a) we did. fur it inot only restored hier atrength
ut she has ha'd no returni of the Fits, to our
rent pleasure and etuiprise. ShIe is fast be..
mieng rugged anid hearty. for which we feel
rateul. Y-,urs. Respectfully,
JOHN BUTLER, Jr.
Dr. Townsoi d's sarsaparilla is a sovereign
ud spieedy cure- fonr icipient Ceonsumption,
nrreniess. Prolapsus Uiti, or F.tlling of the
Vob, ('ostiveness Piles. Lenicorrhcea. or
Vhitese, ubstructedl or difficult Mlenstruation,
iicntinencie or Urine, or itivolnitarily die..
harge thereof. and for the general prostration
f the systemi-no miatter whether the result of
herent cauise or cause's, prodiuced by irregu
riy, illiness or necident. Nothing can be
ire surpriing thani it'. invigorating effects on
ie hiumant ftrame Person's all weakness and
scitude. fronm taking it. at once biecomie .re
nt andl toll o1 energy under its influence. It
nm-diiaely coiunteraccts the tnervelissness of
e femnale f'rae. which is the great cause of
;arrene'ss. It will inot be expected of us, ini
.es of' so delicate a nature, to exhibit certifi
ates of' cures performed, but we can assurethie
liced, thaitlhuntdreds of cases have been re..
rted to ius. Thtonsands of cases whe:e lam-.
ies have been without children, after using a
w bottles of this invaluable medicine, have
en blessed wmth fine, healthy ofispring.
Opinions of Physicians.
Dr Townsend is almost daily receiving orders
urm Physiis in dilfewnt parts of the Union.
Th'lis is to certify that we, the u,.dersigned,
'hsicians' of the City of Abaniy. iave in tnu,
ieronms eases prescribed Dr. TIownisendl's Sar'
iparilla.,eand believe it to be one of' the must
alauble preparatins in the mairket,
J. WILSON, Mi D.
It. B. BRIGiGS, M. D.
P. B. EL'lENDIORF, M. D
Owing to the great success and immense
tlo of hr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a num
er of men who wore formerly our agents,
ave commenced making e'arsaparilla Ex,.
act, Elixirs, Bitters, Extracts of Yellow
ock, &c. They generally put it up in the
eme shaped bottles, aiid some of them have
olo and copied our advertisements, they are
dy worthless imitations, and should be.
Principal (tffice, 126 Fulton Street, Sun
ldig, New York.-And also by the prin
ipal ruggists and Merchants generally
eroughout the United States, West .Indie
ad the Canadas.
Fear saile by R. S. ROBERTS.
Edefild V.43. Sept 20 Iy 35