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I A M B U I G. S. C.
RATEFUL for past ravors, the rmbscli
G r hereby gives notice that his 1ose.is
n0W it) cotmiplete order. and would rorpectfully
invite all persn l isitittg Hambur and tho
travelling pt,lic to gave him a cull. confidentiy
believing, that he cnn give cuire sa tisucion to
all those -who desire i. cuiet or-lerly 1iouse,
comfortable Inotim and Heds with as good a
tubie as the 'Market .m frnmisl. I
..Stbles, Lots and Carri,.ge [onuse in first
r-ite o-der nd well. spplied. A sober and
attenitive Hostler always in attendance. Par
ticular attentiongiven to florses left by per
sons visiting Charleston or other places.
Carriages always in readines to convey
passengers to and from the Rail Road wheni
Jforsts aul Vehices to Let.
Oct .1 t37
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLNA.
Goodwyn M. Roper, ) -
aud others, I
Richard J. 13tton and
wife, and others.
-N OTICE is hereby given that, by Vir
tue of the Decree of ihe Court (f
Pquity in this case, I ,hull sell at Edge
field Court House, on the first Monday in
Jandary next, the following real ebt.itc,
belonging to the estate of George De
'latighter, deceased, viz:
That portion of the tract known as the
homestead, on which are the Diwellmog
ilouse, Mill site, &e. Contuininlg by s1r
vey of A.-R. Able, D. S., dated 3rd Nov.
438.8, seventeen hundred and eleven acres,
and adjoining lands of Benjamin Miller,
Benj. lettis, Julius Day, Allen Franklin
Also, one other tract, a part of the
homestead, containing by survey of A. R.
Able, D. S., tited 3d Nov. 1848, four
-hundred ahd fifteen acres, b6unded by
lands ofBenj. leitis, Allen Franklin and
the above tract, with Beaycrdam creek, as
* - a part of its eastern boundary
Aljo, one other tract, a part of the hime
stead, containing ly survey of A. RL. Able,
1. S., dared Nov. 3, 1848. one hundred
and nine-three and one quarter acres, ad
joinutig lands of'-Allen Franklin, and the
first above described tract;
-o tho ro,ar Brt,eh trac' containmn
hy survey of A. I. Able..D. S., dated 28th
c. 183,.ono hundrcd and firty-seven
aeies..adjoining lands of Dr. J. Landrum,
1 eis -Jr Milles.nnd Ilenj. Betti.
SSatd:laidaWill be sold on a credit ordne
and'two years, except cost, to be paid in
ash. Purchaers to give bond and good
peisonal seturity and-a Mortgage of the
S S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D.
Comm'rs. Offiee, Dec. 5; 1848.
ec 5.I t * 46
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLiA.
D S 7
L ~ J1SRIUM~
'fQTC 3hereby giveo, that by vir
anorder of Chancellor John
stan ude iithis 'ise, Ishnall sell at
YEdg fiel1C6iiugu &ts thte First-Mon.
da4 1 antarY nex.!, the tract of Isud-des'
-~i i-tepleadiigs andi &ortgage in
hl s~:ase, 'viz :
One tract of land containing four htun
dred (400) acres, more or *sse, situate in
the District aud State aforesaid, on Cuil'ee
town creek, ivaters of Stephtens' cek,
and-boutnded on the Elast by lands, ttow
or formerly belonging to- Jacob Hibbler,
Nort4i by lands.bhonaging notw or formerly
to J. Jones. on the West by lands jnow or
formerly.h~elonginlg to L. Winn, and on
*the South by . lands no-v or fuormerly bo
*longing to.Williamt Wilburn.
Tej'rms of Sale, thte costs and ono thtird
*cash.' the balance ont a credit tof twelve
mpnths; the titles to be signed btut not de
- liveretd.until the purchase tmoney be paid,
tand if ttot paid whteu due, the land to be
re-sold at the risk of the former purchaser.
S. S. TOM PKlNS, c.sE. E. D.
Comnm'rs Office, Dec.5i,
* Dec.6 - ' 4 46
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN E QUI TY.
* John Cary, by3 his next
frienud, D.'). WValker, Pal~.g
* ~Ann L. Cary, et al. )
OTICEin heeby i',n that, by vir..
Equity in this case. I shall proceed to sell
* atEdgefield Court Ilotase. otn the first
M~onaday in January next, the lands belonag
itg to the estat~e of Williatm HI. Cary, de
ceasedl, situate on hollow Creek, ini Barn
* well District, and adjoining lands of Gas
* per Ramtsey, WVade Glover, Wise Hoilly
and others, containing five alhnusand acres,
rnore or'less, whtereon is an excellent Saw
Said lands will lie sold on a credit of
otne atnd two years, except for so much as
will pay thte cost of the suit, to be paid in
casha. Purchasers to give bond atnd good
sureties, and a Mortgsae of the. premises
to secure thte putrchase money.
- S. S. TO.\MPK INS. c. E. E. D,
* Commissioner's .Oflice, Dec. 8, 1848.
Dec.8,.1848 4te 47
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA.
* ~IN EQUITI'
-Parum WVall atnd otheors, )Bill for Patli
es lion of tate of
Jamez Wall and othera, )A nny I.'cd.\
- T-appearing. to may sa,ttsfactto:t that Jan'ha
3.Wall & Marthta t)tnnlap, defendants itt thiq
case;ate and reside wtitout the limits of thais
State; ordered that the-defen'datnts above,nnm
ed, ap#esatin this Ionorable Court. and pletad.
anstwer or deinur to the Bill, wtthin -three
months from .tho pablitgation of thts order, or
thesaid Bill -wtlj-be.taken:,pro concfesso agaittst
them. 848S91'OMPKIN8 c- . s.,
-Commishioner's.Oilico, Set 206,i48.
Se t271848 - 30*,
BY vit uc of.sundry writs of Fieri Fa
eias, to me directd -1 will proceed
to sell at Edgeheld Court House, on 1he
first Monday and: Tuesday" folloiing. in
J-jnuary iuest, the Ml6witig property,Id'
the following cases, viz:
Thomas *-Valtoni,7 Administrator,,,vs.
Penn & Drannon; Geroig-e W. Presley vs, -
V, B. Brannon; the Hank of the State of
South. Carilind, and others severally vs
Brannon &.Audersn, one house -and lot
of land at Liberty [till, containing ote.
acre, more or less, adjoining.landofRobt.
Atoderson and -thers, occupied-by 'Dr. J.
E. Lewis, at the time of the levy. One
other tract of land, containing thirty-three
acres, more or less,- adjoining landf Johio
Briskey. Mrs. Al. A,. Quarles and L. H.
M undy, levied on as t4ie property of W.
BI. ration. The above land, will be
re-sold, at the ri.k of the former purchaser,
James .t. Rlichrdqnn and James S.
Guignard vs Starling Turner and Eliza
heth Turner, one hundred acres, whereon
the dcfendant Elizabeth Turner lives, ad
joining lands (if Simeon Attaway, Mary
Trotter and others.
D. 1). Marvin for the use of --James
Sheppard vs AudreuI R'say. one house
and lot in the Village or Pottersville,
whercon the defendant 'lives, contaiting
about one acre, more or less. adjoining the
Cit of Robert Lofton and others.
John Hill vs Wn. Strome. Sr., and
Richard lardy, the tract of land where
the defendant Strone tives, containing
three hundred nires, more or less, adjoin
itig lands of U1. Strome and others.
Thomas R. Auderson Administratnr.
vs William Strome Sr. and Levi 3Ic
Daniel, the tract of land w%hereon the de
flndunt Strome liyes. containing 'three
hundred acres, tuore or less, adjoining lauds
ofh 11. Siromne mid others.
Geo. D. Tillmati hearer, vs Jn. Ster
zatinntgger, the tract of luna whereon the
defbodanit lives, contuining four huudreo
acres, more or lass, uijoining lands -of
Dudly Rouutrce, W. Glover and Charles
Perry & Dozier vs Jesse Jay, the tract
of land where Defendant lives, containing
one hundred and fifty ares. more or less,
adjoiting lands -f John Mobley,' Allsey
Sautiel Webb vs John Schumpert, a
tract of land containing two hundred and
thirty-two and a hall acres. adjoining lands
of Airs. Hurst and James Merchant.
Le.wis Elizey for another, N.-L. Griffin
vs Joseph Loo,.the tract of tand where the
defendant, lives, containing two hundred
and ninj acres. adjoining lands of John
Price, Retij. Barton and others.
. B. F. Goudey vs Ann Bull Administra
trij, one lot in ihe 'To" n of Ilatburg.
knowit as No 2S4, on Centre Street, hyv.
ing fifty feet front, by two- hundred feet
John.J. Glover vs William HIerbert and
j. B. Berley, on,e lot in thotown of Ham,
burg, known as lot No 133, on Ceutre
Strtet, having fifty feet front- and one hun
dred feet back.
- Samuel Glover vs'Williirn lerherteand
J. B. Berley, one lot in*theT-own ofHam
burg; knotas.lot No 133 CentreiStree!
baing. fift feet. front.byo. ehaddrid au
onhoi'ld ot in the Towo of Ha
burgkDoWad6amslot No 133, on Centte
Str6e;having fifty feet front, 'and one
hundred-and fifty feet W6k""
George Parrott bearer,si s2%
den;Ft:hesaunie'vs the-same; Joel}Cuiryg
te ey'me, t woiridts of'iandi ou caa
inbo'ne.bundied 'ad-fifa'eres, where t he
dtfedant lives, adjoining lands of Richard
llankinson, William Wilson and others,
the other containing-one hundred and thir
ty-thiree and three foturths acres, beitng on
Savannah Rivetr, adjoining lands of Ste
pihen WVilson and Jacob Foreman
.Ternls of Sale Cash.
- S. CH RISTIE. s. E. D.
Dec56, 1848 4t 46
SIIE RIFF's SA LE.
STATE 20F SOUTH CAROLINA.
Thtos. alcCarty and wife et al ) Summobs
vs ) in
Thomas Stewatrt andl oiliers. ) Partition.
Y v'irtue of ati Order from John H ill,
- I'q. Ordinary of Edgefield District,
I shiall proceed to sell at E.dgefield Court
HIouse, on the first Mlonday in-Jatiuary
next, the hinds belongitng to '.he estate of
A lexatnder Stewart, deceaud, situate in the
District and State aforesaid, on Saluda
River, adjoitinog lands of Le wis Sample.
the estate of William Stewart anid Tabithta
Ahney. continting one hundred and seven
teetn acres, tmnre or less, sold on a crcdit of
twelve moniths, -
T1he putrcha;sr will lie required to give
hotd and two approved securities, and a
mortgntge ofV the p)remhises to the Ordinary,
to s.-enre t he purchause mottey. Cost to be
paid in cash.
Dec .5,. CHRISTIE, s. E', D.
Dec , 1-184t 46
SlE RiFF'S SA LE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Simeon Titnmermuan at al. ) Summtaons
2's }~ ins
J. B. Timmecrmsan et al. .) Partition.
-Y virtue of ati Order from Johni Hill,
E.LI&q. Ordinary of Edgefield District,
I shaull proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
House. on the first M1rlday:in January
next. the latids belonging to the estate of
David Timmerman, deceased, situate in
the District and State aforesaid, on Sleepy
C reek, wvaters.of Stephens' Creek, adjotn
in .a lands of Jacob Outz. Win. Dorn, Jlacob
Tim merman and David Struithier, contain
ing one hundred and ffy acres, more or
oes, sold on a credit of twelve months.
The purchaser wiill be required to give
bonr: and two approved-securities, atnd a
mortgage of the premises to the Ordianary,
to secure the purchase mnoney. Cost to
ie paid in cash.
,S. C HRISTIE,s s.E.D.
Dec'.5 1848 4t -46
ALL Pers ats inidebted-to the estate of Le wis
I' nrrab. dj., are requested 'to make
imtinediate panent ,ujd'thdse having dcmands
to presetnt them proper tie~sted. - I
Nov 2 -m - 44
Y IAre oSu:--. o lyFsu
FEaciiaso e.m6 diretted?411I1P i6
-eed to sell -k.Edgiil.Cfbdlise
owing property'in hefoll vz
Nary a tractor land' oit* We'tys
.o acies, ioire or less,'-adjin . ds of
F..O'Conuer and Thphil - dyr. .
-Theophilus .Hll;bga Vilion
Kemp, atract of-la de e'-iuu_
Ired and sixty.one e r less.
(knowi as the Dodgini;i- .id
joining lands of.John I4i ane 9l
lowav aii others. - 7-~ -
-John. R. Wever vs. Wiltlim' orris, one
Houie and Lot wh:eethide ikodt live
in the.Village or Edgef:eld ^j g Jhd.
11oloy, and Henry Chriiilai W Y ard.
William Garrett.-Sr.Sve.Williain Mor
ris, one H'use -and LitWt hIneVillage of
Edgefield, where the.defendanttlives, ad
joining John Moloy, and Henri ,riiiianIs
Thomas R; Anderson,-bearer, vs.!Brad
ley 11ryautlAnd M.ld -Gafty a iact If
land vbre M. L. Geiyi veoiiinng
twenty acres more or less, ands
of F. O'Conner.
R. M. Fuller vs. Waslii an,
Ohe inaterest*'of the dZefeud r'e'.
Yard at Liberty Hill. add'r I 56terest
in the lot where he has a~grqcery,'and on'6
W. S.'Cothran vs. G. W.Chris1ia,i and
W. Fteenian, the above desdrihi proper
ty. levied -on as the proper MQof~i0fidant
Robert Jennings aud_SamecIirledge,
vs. J. V. Cartledge and W.~I 0 tfedge,
ihe defendants interest in a-fiet land
where Mrs. Sarah Addisin lives. colnaiu
i%g two hund-red itd tNirty-a emore or.
less. adjoining lands of R. Je iley.
Hf? 's q and others.
benjaniin Dwolittle; beerr,v en
Bush, the tract if lanud vbe'reIe defeo:
dant lives, coutaiiniul one. hndred .acres
mw-re or less, adj9ining Ja.di .OfL. 13.
Cochran and others.
S..CHRISTIE, S.-E P.
Dee. 8. 1848 4e 47
Y virtueJ.9rf Sundry Eori
FPcias to"ne directed; I will ro
ceed -to sell at Edgcfield,Cou House, on.
the first Monday or Tuesday'in Januaryl
next,.ihe following property in the ollow
ing casei, viz:
- Jeremiah .W. Siokes, n-2 Moon
Dalton, one negro.ma6n J
Samnel A. Hodos,'is. W or,
ois Waggon and o"le Bay r. 6
Smith and Baily vs:Benjamin 6"t olie
Wyaggon ind- one Bay lorse., i.
Terms of-sale cash.
- S, C HRISIE s.;
Dec 13. t
STATE QF dSOUTH' C
Samuel Harris-- ind
Jared Hariis -a Pri
I. Wortnington etna .--..1
Y virtue of an Ordir from John iR
Esq. Ordinary of EdqefieldrDistrict,
I shall proceed to sell at Edgefebli Court
e ftMondayi .nuary
nexr h&.od belongin-t4j.teo
irict, acDoining'lands o an ilJnder.
son, ,Jane Turoer and EltuiWPrtger;
containing one hundred and. 'irty seven
scree, more or les,will befsol on a creidit.
of t welve tmonths.
The purchaser will bie' required to give
bond and twvo approved securiuies,and a
mortgage to the Or,dit,ary,rsecte the
purchase money. Cost to bei d in cash.
S. CHRI s. E. D.
Dec 5, 1848 4 46
STA TE OF SOUTIH, CAROLINA,
EDGE FIELD DISTRICT.
Ansley We.st and wife, - Summons ,
r's. , la
Mary Lagroon. - Partit ion.
B ynn ordler fromn John Hill. Esq..
Orditnary of Edgefleld IDistrict, I
shall proceed to sell at Edgefleld Court
Hocuse on the first Monday in January next,
ihe lands belonging to the Estate of Mary
Lap.roon deceased, situate in tlie .District
and State aforesaid, contaiOIii seventy"
five acres more or less, adjoining. laiids of
Jacob Thornton, Russell Vatighin%dud oth
ers, sold on a credit of twelve Months.
Purchaser giv.ing bornd and two approved
securities to the Ordinary, to. secure thme
purchntso money,.cost to betiaid in cash.
S. C LIRISTlE, s. E. D.
Dce 848 4846 -.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
EDGE FIE LD-:DISTRICT,
John Schumport, ) ForecCosIre'
Samuel WVebb. ~ Moriga~ge.
BY virtue of a Mortgageii ' iase,
UJT will proceed to el gefed
Court Hous~e, on the first ed' rs.
lay in.January next, the fol,o ~gro
Daf, Jack, Fan, Janie, Louisa, Dave,
Alce. Rya.Chies, Andrew, George, Lewis,
Sarah, Sic aud Simon.
'S. CHIRISTIE, Agent.
Dec 13 3t 47
STATE OF SOUTH-CAROLINA.
IN~ COMMON PLE'ASI
Isaac Hawes. -
vs. - --
T H E defendant, Robert Shannon, who is
Ein the- etnstody dfthe Shiei' of Edgefield
sistriet, by virttue of a capias ad .atisfaciendum
ssued in this case, havimg h1el ~cedule of
is. whole estate, and a petition r&teenefit
if the - I n-otvent Debtors' Act o-4tinii f
Jarrol, the defendant's Attorniej usJtrfore.
>rdered, that the said Isaac-Haweu wel as
ill others the creditors of the.said defe tit, do
p pear at Edge field oturtIHouse:before Athe
.ouart of C,.mtmon Pleas for- the said4istjet on -
he first Monday mn Mar-ch oext, toAhewtenuee,
f any they can, why the said defehdantuloQukt
iot be admitted to tiie benefit of-theuisid act.
THO8. G BAUOC cc
Aug 9 1848 - m '%m
State of South Carolina.
INaTE COURT OF ORDINARY.
ThomaiL. Garrett.Applicaint, Summons
HarneGarrett and others,
-Defendants. J 'aU*n
T i'lppearing to my satisfdctioi that Hirriet
Garrett ihe widow of Wm.~Grrettdecea
scd,David lart and Mary Ann his wire. John
'. Hart and June E. hit wife Georgo W. Gar
-rett,.Ohver S. Garkett,James V. Garrett, Vil
laim H. H. Garrett. Nancy Garrett, and John
H.. Garrett Distributees of the Estate of wil
linai Garrett-deceased, it is therefore ordered
-that-they do-.appt.ar and object to the mauin or
diivision of the Iteul Estate of sai, deceased, on
or beford the first .Monday in March next, or
their consent will be entered of Ite,mrd,
Given under ny hand at my Office the 2d
day of December 1848
IJD N HILL, o. S. D.
_:'Def:61848 3m. 46
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Thos. McCarty and wife and I
others, Applicants, I Svao.s
Thoo.-Stewart and others t PARTITION.
T appearing to my satisfaction, that Wil
ham Thompson, Thos. Thompson, Alex
ander Thompson, Narcilla Thompson, Nelly
Thompson, Polly Thompson, Cabitha Thoip.
son #aid Thomae Stewuit, reside beyond the
:Ilimits of this State. It is thercfore ordered
that they do app,ir and object to the sale or
Division of tiie- Real Estate of Alexandez
Stewart deceased, on or before the first Mon.
day in February next, (1849 ) or their con.
sent will be entered of Record.
JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
Nov 1 1848 12t 42
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
- EDGEFIELD DiTRICT.
1N THE COMMON PLEAS.
Jesse Jinnings and I
others, Applicants, i SumbroNs r?
John Coleman and I
others, Defendaimts. J
T appearing to my satisfaction, that Johr
Coleman, Anna Deshazer wife if Joahr
Deshazer deceased ; John ~Chapman, Mar3
Chapman, - Harvil - and wife Caroline
-.- Partin and Ellen his wife, Berija:nir
Partin, Tire Jennitigs, Levi McDaniel anc
ife Elizabet h. -- Kay and his wife Susan
live beyond the~limits- of this. Stafe. It ii
therefore ordered that they.do appear ani
object to the sale or Division of the Real Es
ate of Pnilip Jinnings deceased, on or be
fore the first Monday in February next, (1849.
or tkeir consent will be entered of Record.
JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
Nov 1 1848 12t 42
STATE-OF SOUTH CAROL!NA
, - IN THE COUR.T OF ORDINifY.
,Joseph Pairkman & Peggy his)
wife, and others, Applicants, I Summors
- -.. Vs. - IN
Blake Faulkner and wire Erz- I PART-T-io1
abth, .Defendants.' - -)
appearing, to my .eatisfaction. tiet tht
said -Blake Falkner and wife Elizabeth
eside bieyond the limits of this State--lt i
threfoieordeiecd'that they-do appear aid ob,
to* 0oesrsrdivision o( ,ihe-lieal Fstaq
1,15r6 _,wien l benterc
JOHN HILL'o,~Z .
Nov 1 1848 .. .-.12t
S-TALTk 6.ES-OU.TH CAROLlINA
IJN 1'E COURT OF ORlDINA RY.
:Willaim Little,- A pplicant, )SUMM ONS
vs . . N
Jessee Little & others, Deft's) PA atTToN,
~Tappearing to mny satisfaction, that Jamet
'.Little Allen Little and -John Little, re
'side beyond the limits of- this State. It is
therefore ordered 1that they do appear and
oltect to the sale or D.ivision of the Real
Estate of William bittle, Sr., deceased,. or
or before the first Monday ini February next
'(1849,) or their consent to the satne, will
be entered of Record.
.:JOHN HILL, 0. Z. ..
Nov 1-1848 12t .22
Ao ? a c e.
A LL those inidebted to the estate of Blazil
Lowe, dec'd.,nare reqnested to miake am.
JOH N H ILL, n. E. n. *
Nov 22 5t 44
A LL hoseindehted to the Estate of Jolt
AF. thMarti derea'sed, are requested te
make imntediate paytmetat, and those ha:ving
demtanads, to present them properly tattestedh.
JO HN H ILL, 0. E. D).
Nov 1 3m 41
N o t I c e.
ALL Persons indiebted to thte estate of Jas
SRobertson, dee'd., are reqiuested to makt
p)aymient, and those having detnanuds to preset
them properly attested.
JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
Nov2 23m 44
A LL Persons indebted to the late firm o
1.Presley & Bryan, are requested to mtak.
immediate settlematent, otherwise the A'cout t
nedl Notes will be placed in the hands of propet
Officers, f or collection.
Oct. 10, 1848 if 38
LIL thtose indeb,ted to the estate of Charity
A Johnson, dec'd , are feqniested to mnake
immiedirate paytment, and those haavig detmanda
o paresenat thtem properly attested.
C. 0. GOULDEN.
SIMEON ATTA WAY,
Admimq' tra ors.
july7 tf 24
4LL persotas indebted to the Estate of
.. Win. Seurry tdeceased, are riquaested
to make immediate payment, anid those
having demands ngainst the Estate, to pre
somi them to the subscrieers, properly at
H. C. CULBREA'TH
Oct. .18.-. . 3Sm- 39
ignear Sleepy Cree.i P. 0., Edgefield
District, an estray horse, uabttt eight years
old,-fifteen hands high, tight grecy color. lef t eye
.weak, back somaewhatltmrt, slightly mnarked by
skirts of the Saddle, shod all round, anad ap.
praised at thirty..five dollars.
J. QUA TTLE FBUM, . E. D.
Nov.1J4 -1m4 44
PROSF ECTUS OF TUE CHESTER
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and we shall resist with alt our might thi
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Norember 1st 1845,
IASTING'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF
N OT only a p. citive but a warranted cur
ItIl consumption and all d1ibeases of tI
inr.gs. This itiedicine huis decided the dispol.
ala(t LtLhe cutabihity of consumpt;*n, and ssfif
tied the medical facilty and Al who have usei
it, that coniimptioi and all afftciions of thI
inng cant tinot only be cured. but they .aru as ea
sily and simply eured, as attst any of the dis
4orders to which the htiutnaii frame is lisible.
The operntion of a single -bottle, whicih cost
$1. is sutlicient .. Fatisfy nny patient--If otit i
together too far gone with the disease-of thi
fact; and evet a sin,gle dose gives.evidetice c
its extraordinary influence in -ariesung InI
eradicating the malady by the i.nmediate relie
w hich it ail'rds; Tlhis is no quack or -secre
reiedy. Dr. Hastings, its discoverer, 1s one t
the most eminent physicians 41f the age,. an
is made a fil disc osure ol' its history, and a
its r.ompihent parti to tie world, not wishiti
to incur the responsibility of confining to him
self, for the sake of puofit, a secret which wo
calculated to do such universal gnod: An,
uch has been the wonderful result of its ope
rntions, that the London Lancet, Medici
Times, and the mot emineit physicians of bot
hemispheres, are anxiously Pali.sg upon suffet
ers to have iniediate: recourse to it, .and pc
cliniin that or all kii-n*medicine, it lon
hais ositfv'l established itsefficacy by.nnde
inii 'be pro'l ofcrig congumption and all oUi
j - at 4
STATE 6F SOUTil CAROLINA
Bill for Panition of the Estate" of>Jme.
Lewis Robertson and others.
Williaim Morris and others.
1~T ppeaingto my satisfaction, that Win
Mo.a,James Mlorris, Rebecca. Morris
Marehahi Palmer and his wife Eliza beth, Jelu
Palmer and his wife Barbara, Levi Fulmore
Wilhiam Fuimoze, Joseph Tr Fulmore ani
Jose ph Morris, some of t he defendants in thi~
cause are without the limits of tbis State
Ordered that the defendants above namer
do a ppear in this honorable Court, and plead
answer or demur to the said bill within thret
months fronm the publication of this order, oi
the said bill will be taken pro confesso a
-S. S. TOMaPKINS, c. z. x- :D,
Comm'ers Office. Dec 6, 18-S38 m 46
NO'V IC E.
A LL personis having claims against the Es
tate of C. A Mleias, deceased, are herdhb
noii 1ta unle the,y render them in ti
day of Fe:.rtnary neixt probeily attested, the2
wilt forteit all or nny part of said claim, thta
the Estate may be able to pity, all persons itn
debted to thne F.state by book accounit, are re
quested tom set tle the same on or before the abova
date, as all acccouints unipaid at that date, wvil
be put into the hanids of an Officer for cnllec
tion, tind notice is hereby given to all person,
that lhave givent their notes for goods bought a
Ithe stale, that no iindulgenice evil be given site.
Ireturtn day in Febrnary next.
. ~SAMUEL BROOKS, Assignee.
Nov 291848. 2m 45
f HEnndersignied as Assigniee of J. D
Tibbetts, gives notice to all petsons ha"
ing claunts agaiinst ,sid 3. D. Tibbeits, and whM
aire willing to take under the asgi ent, tc
renuder in their claims duily attested by the iStl1
of January tnexi, and all personis imdebted are
regnested to make ininnediate payment on the
day above mentionied, a statemient of -the irans
actionis (if the assignlee will be subujitted to the
S. CiIRISTIE, Assignee.
Nov. 29 1848 7t "~ 45
N. B-Cod. Johno Ilniet is my Agent, aml
wvill receive evidetice of the claimis atid colilec
imoney duie. S. C.
M R.R OFF. whlo bt.ld conditionatlly an in
terest in the tight of Edgefield D)istrict
to H-otchkiss' Reaction Mill Wheels, (Patent:
has tnever comiplied with said condition. thieru
fore lie holds no interest, and has no right te
sell or. ins e at'y contract for said Wheels
We, the undersigtied are the owners, of sait
right. an'dajight putrchiased from any other
nless our agenti, will not he gnod.
M r. J. T. WzVEBBE, wve nt toise. -with fuI
power,to act as our agent. -
COTH RA N& MOO RE.
March 1, 1847. .i 6'
LA ths indebted to the Estate of Adisori
'M. Teague, deceased. are reqnested t
make immediate pay met,t and those. haviti
demands, to presenit t sem pr ael ttcstedl..
A. G..TEAGE Executor.
-Ded 6 1848 3tuC 46
COMPbUND- E3cTAC OF
S kt SA PAR
Wd3DE L AfD BLESONG OF TgZ- r -
THE .AOSTr.ETA '1Rl Y
MEDICINE N E'WO*iAU
siz times dieaper, pleasanier, and .risiete
superior to-any sold. It cures t out.woi
tig, purging, ricke'ning or. debilitatinuthe
The great l,eauty and superiority of thi*Sar
saparifia over all other medicines is, that while -
it eradicre the eisense;it invigorates thy bdy
Ii is one of the verybest
SPRING ANI SUMAER REDICIES
Ever known, it iot only prifies, ee fl,46e
system and sirengtheii the person, but i
afes nete. pure aitd rich blood : a pwer poowe' e
tsed by no other medicine. And ii this lies ,i6i
grad secret of its woiiderful success. - It i
perto nned within the last five years, more than
100.000 cnres of. severe cases 6f-disease; at
least 15.0100 were~considered iicurable.i Itliar
saved the lives of inor.e than 5,000.childee di.a
rin2 th two i,ast seasons.
10.000 cases of Generhl Debiityj n
of Nervous Energy.
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla invigorateetie
whole system permanently. To who
have lost their mu)cular energyby the.ef'ecta.f
nedici eor indiEpreion committedin youth;,or
the excet:sive indulgence.ot the passions,ald -8
brought on a generail physical prostraion:of.lhb
nervons system, lassitude, want -of iiliii;
faintins sensations, - prmature-decay ind'de
cline, haste. ing towards that'fatal disifae Coi
o inptlon. can be entirely restored-by this)1-e'
stnt remedy. This Sarsapari,las.faruperio-....
As it renews and invigorates the systewn,
es activity to the limbs, and strengh-to-the
inscular system, in a most extraordingrpe.
Cleanse and Strengthen. Consiribptio "s
be cored, Broichitis, Consuomtidir iver
Complaiat, olds, Catarf,rou"hs,Aitiii
Spiting of Blool. Sorene.s 1 ih' 0'11 -
Ileetic Flush, Night Srets. D fiealt prs,
Profuse Expectoraliln, Paih ithe Si e&c. -
have been and can- be cured W-_
. S)itting Blood
r a .New.ork,..April28,11849, -
.Dr. Townsend-1 yerfl believes that r
sarjipPriIla has been tue.meansetijg -b i -
idence. of eaving my lire. l .have pr. ta4rtf
years had a bad -bugh'It becimie 4orsend
worse. * At last it riaised la'rge quiiniAdVb
btond, had night Swears, and was:greatlyd'
3 bilitnted and reduced, and ,did n6t'-ipette.
live. I have only.used your Sarsaparilfa i.c& t
s timea..and tlwe haR. a wonderful change been
I wrOught iIme. I.am nowablto wslkallye'y
th city. .1 raise no' bloQd ad my.cogn has
leftnie. You can vill imagiiethatlau thanik'
t fulfor tlese renlts.'- Your obediept,aerv
W1. RUSSELL, 6q c_tVqL
This is only one of more:than kurn ti UsaAd
cases of Rheumatism that Di-Te#iie S _v
Saraparilla has. cured, _Thje most af'vers-aad *
chronic cases are weekly m-diatd liyti
traordiiiary virtue. - -
James Cummiings. Esq., one ofthe'as int "
in the Linatic -A l Blackell
thegentlen,an spoken ot nthe P olloin
Dr. -Townend-Dar.S M
consideiable theia 0
- rwalk. Jl .aZ1~t
hvn dafe mieb t -
thylfhetdri"0-h OAkd; iAl I
indeed, I m'en ly:'eieV'ed -
erty-to use this*for the renefitof ha
;r.l Tjownd ntving sed hi Srs
arlain cases of Fits, of courseheeedi
mended it, and was surprised to receivethe'fol.
~ewing f'romo an intelligent aid respectable Farr~
net ini \Vestcesstr,County:, *
*D. Fordham, ,August 13, 1847
D.Townsend-Deaa Sir :- I have ~a little
irl seven years of ago, who has been sevenil
years alilicted wvith Fits; we tried almost every.
thiing hor her, but without success;'at- l6st,a).
though we could find no recommendsitin irr~.
our cireialars for cases like hers,-we thoughtr,es
she was in very delicate health, we would give
her some, of yonr 8ursapsilla, and are verj
. glad.we did, for it not only restored hier atrength
lust she lius had no return of the Fits,-to our
aren~t .pleasure and surprise. She is fastebe
coming~ rugged and hae ty. for whicih we.feel
grateful.- Yours. Kejctfully
Fe Jl OH 'BUT~LER. Jrs
FeaeMedicine. * -
Dr. Townser d's Sarstiparilla is a sovereign
anld. sp)eedy enare for Ineipient- Consumptio'
Barrenness..Prolapsus Uteri,- or Falling of4 e
Womb. Costivene)s, Piles, Leucorrhv...or
Whites, obstructed or difficult Me,rtuation,l.
Iincontinence of Urine,'or invoto laily dii..
charge thereof, anid for the ge - lprogranioO
of the system-no matter w . er.tho result of.
inherent cause or causes, pro.s.ced by irregue
lanity, illn-ss or a~ecided-. Nothing catt-be'
more surprising than ;di nvigoratitng effecta on;
the hiuman frame /Persons al.weakness and
lassitude, frot,fttng it, at once beeomae re.
hust and lull pv energy under its influence. It -
imnmediateb- co'unteracts .the nervelessness of
trie fem:a.O frathec, which is the great cause of
Barryne.5. It will not be expected of us, in' 7
-cases of so delicate a nature, to exhibit certifi
cetes of cures' performed, but we can ussure'.lie'
afflicted, that hundreds of cases have been re~
ported to ns. Thousands of cases whers fame
ilies have been without children, after uising a '
few bottles of this invaluable medicine, have'
been blessed with fine, healthy ofispring.
Opinions of Physicians.
Dr Townsend is a'most daily receiving orders
from Physicians in'different parts of the Unio.'
Th'lis is to certify that we. the undersigued;'
Physicians of the City of Albany, have in nao
mierotiscasres.prescribed Dr. Townsend's Sar
sapurilia, sad believe it to be one of the most
valuatbie preparations in the market.,
H1. P- PULlNG, M. D. -
J. WILSON. M4 D..
-R. B BR[GGS. M4. D..
.P.D. ELMENDORF, M.-D'
Owing to the groat su~ccess and. immense -.
sale of Dr. Townsend's Sarsalparilla, a num
her of men who were formerly our agents
have commenced - making 'Sarsaparilla Ex
tracts, Elixirs, Bitters, Extracts of Yellow
Dock, &c. They-generally put it.up ihi the
same shiaped bottles, and some of thcm have.-.
stole and copied onr advertisements, they are
only worthless imitations, and should be,.
Principal "1fHce, 126 Fulton Street, Sun
jBuilding. New York.-And also by tile prf,
acipal 'Druggists and- Mtercharnt generaly.4 ^
throughout the United ;States,.West '. " '- lie
and the Canadas. . .' '
For Sale by R.. R0BfRTS.'~
Edgeflid C. HI. Sept-20 ly 35