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Factor & Commission Merchant,
CNA-RLESTON, S. Co
W ILL also attend to the RECEIVING
and FORWARDING or GOODS en
trusted to hio care.
July 18'1849, 2m 26
A TTORNEY AT L A.
W ILL be round in his oftice at Edgefield
Court House, adjoinitig Bryan's Brick
Store, on Saturdays, Saledays, and- Court,
He will attend promptly and strictly to busi
ness in his profession.
January 10, , . 51
DR. E- F- TEAGUE
R ESPECTFULLY of'ers his professionil
servicps in the practice or Medicine. Sur
gery, and- Obstetrics, to the Citizens of Edge
field Village ani vicinity. Office in the Dug
Store of Drs. Bland. Teague &r Co.
M ay 9, tr 16
THOS. W. LANHAM,
''. J. WHITAKER,
For Tax Collector.
SAMPSON B. MAYS.
F. W. BURT.
B. F. GOUDEY,
WM L. PARKS.
L. A. BROOKS.
DUGH A. NIXON.
W. L. COLEMAN,
WM. H. MOSS.
14. T. WRIGHT.
VIRGIL M. WHITE;
WM. L. JOhiNSON,
THOS. G. BACON,
. EDMUND PENN,
LiU Communications addressed to His
t3.Excellency, Governor SEABROOK
should be directed to Columbia, until the 1st
B. T. WATTS,
July 13 St 26
' NEW GOODS!
T H E Subscribor has just received his
Spring &. Summer Goods,
Consisting in part of
PRINTED JAC. MUSLINS. SILK AND
LINEN BRAGES, DOTTED AND
.*PLAIN SW1SS MUSLINS, MUS
LINS GING HA M, ENGLISH
& AMERICAN PRINTS.
Por Ladies Dresses,
.Muslizi Trimings. Fine
.Bonnets & Bo'nnet Ribbons.
Shoes, Leghorn. Pauna. Silk and
ill of which will be sold very low, and alib
etal discount for CASH.
B. C. BRT'AN.
March 211849, tf 9
Boarding for Young Ladies.
T HE Subsetiber wvill ac'coimmodate withi
- ~ boarding, eight ot ten Young Ladies. His
h ouse .is roomy a ni pleasantly situated, conve
niient to the Feujnale A cademies. Parenta and
Guardians may be assured that every attentioni
necessary will be paid to Girls coinmititett to
* ED-MUND PENN.
May2,- if -15
-I-.ew Boot and Shoe
W H ERE Gentlemen's Boots anel Shones
are made in a-most supieriur style o~f fit
Gentlemen wanting cork soled, double soled,
water proof, walking, dress, patent Ieaihmer.
anad a fino pump sated BOOTS, need but
leave their orders with the sn'bsciiber.
* WILL1AM McEVOY.
mareb 1 tf 6
New Blacksmith Shop.
I H Subscriber having procnred thme ser,
Ivices of Ihaspton, a flmacksnmith well
kno n in this communiity, is prepatred to receive
all oYers inlthisline of business.
* Sop opposite Dr. Johnson's lof.
E. J. M~DS.
E CUMSTANCES requiiring that the hn.
siness-of G. L & E. Pemnn should ha set'
tr-ed up without deIy. .Notice is hereby given,
that alN Notesi and Accounts..not settled dturing
Court,;will be given out to an Officer for ool,
lection.E. PENN, Agent.
Feb.2 t849. - , 6
READ QUARTE R.
CHARLESTON, June 18th, 1849.
ORDER NO. 5.
T HE following Regiments, will parade for
. evrew and Drill, at the times and pla
ces following -
The 10th Regiment of Infantry at Rihard
sons, on Tuesday the 31st of July neit.
The 7th Reaiment at the Old Wells, on
Thnrsday the 2d of August next.
The 9th Regiment at Lowe's, on Tuesday
the 7tb of August.
The 2nd Regiment of Cavalry, at Long
Myers, on Tiurday the 9th of August.
The 8th Regiment of Infantry, at Morrow's
Old Fieldon Saturday the 11th of Augnst.
The 6th Regiment at Lomax's, on Tuesday
the 14th of August.
The 4th Regiment near Verrenne's, on
Thursday the 16th of Angust.
The 42d Regiment, at Minton's, on Satur
day the 18th of August.
The 2d Regiment, at Iall's, on Tuesday the
21st of August.
The 5th Regiment, at Hanters, on Thursday
the 23d of Augnst.
The 1st Regiment of Cavalty, at Pickens
ille, on Saturday the 25th of August.
The 3rd Regiment of Infantry, at Toney'o
old store, on Tuesday the 28th of Angust.
The 1st Regiment, at Bruton's, on Friday
he 31st of August.
The Commissioned and non-cotnmissioned
Oflicers, will assemble the day previous to the
eview of their several Regiments, on their re
:pective parade grounds, for drilland instruc
An inspection of Arms of every company, will
tuke place immedittely after the review of
'he Maji.r General will, with hisstaff. attend
the teviews, also, the Brigadier Generals, with
thei statis, in their respective Brig.ades, and
are further charged with the extension of this
By order of the Commander-in Chief.
J. W. CANTEY, Adj't. & Iusp. Gen'l.
June 27th 1849, tf 23
IT Abbeville, Andeison. Pendlet'm, Pickens
and Greenville papers will copy mtil reviews.
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASE
OF THE KIDNEYS,
And all diseases arising from a disor
dered Liver or Stomach in both
Male and Female :
Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fultnesa
or Blood ro the Head, Acidity of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heart-burn, Disgust for Food. Full
iess or weight in the Stomach, Sour Ernicta
tions, Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried
amd Difficult Breathing, Flutteming at the Heart,
Choking or Sufficating sensations when in a
ying posture. Dimnes of Vision, Dots or webs
before the Sight, Fever and dull pain in the
Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side. Back,
Chest, &c., Sudden flashes of Hlen,. Burning
tn the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of eyil and
reat depression of Spirits can be effectually
Celebrated German Bitters,
Their power over the above diseases is not
xcelled-if equalled-by any other prepnara
tion in thme United States as thme cures attest, mi
many cases after skillful physicians had.fitiled.
Deranigerrient of thne Liver anad tomiachi are
ouces of Iusanityv, and will also prodiuce dis
ease of the Heart, Skin, Lungs and Kidnieys,
and lays the body open to ant attack of thie
holera, Bilious, or Yellowv Fever, and ms gen
erally the first cause of that nmost baneful dis
Opinions of lihe Phniladelphia Press.
-' T HE DISP AT CLH,"
Decemnbcr 31s1 says /
AN INVALUABLE MIEDICINE.-~We
have fregnently heard the Celebrated Germnan
Bitters, mnanufactured by Dr. Hooland, spoken
of ini termns of eomnmenadation, and we kno~w
deservedly so. it is a too comvmon practice, in
ertaina qua iters, to puff alt mannlit of orseless
trash, but hi the ese of the above Bitters, hun
dreds are hiying witnesses of their great moral
and physical worth. As a miedicinie for the
Liver Complainit, Jaundice,-Nervous Debitity
nd Dyspepsia, it hats been found invaluable,
effecting cures and thoroughly eradicating dis
eases, when all oilber medicines have failed.
Ve fell cotavinced, that in the use of the Ge:
man Bittcrs, the patient does not become debil
itated, btat constantly gainis strength and vigor
to the frame-a fact wvorthy of gt eat considera
tion. The Bitters are pleasant in taste and
mell,anid can be administered utnder airy cir
cumstances, td the a~os't det~icate stomach. Iii
deed-, they can he used by all persons with thme
most perfect safety. It would be well for those
who are much aflected in the vervous system,
to commence with one teaspoonful or less, an~d
gradually increase. We speak from experi
ne, anad are of -course, a proper judge. Thle
press far and wide, have tunited in recomnend
ing the German Bitters, and to thu afflicted we
nust cordially advise their e.
"SPIRIT OF TIHE TIMES,".
June 2Ath says :
"DO OUR GOOD CITrIZENS who are
nads, know te niany astonishuing cuares that
have pecen performed by Dr. Holand's Cele
brated Gerinatn Bitters? If they do not, wn
recommend thtem to- the " German Medicine
Store," all who ~are afflicted with Liver Coin
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, or Nervous Debil
ity , the Doctor has eured many of our citizens
after the best physicians had firiled. We have
used thema, and they have proved to be a medi
cne that every one shuoitd know or, and we
cannot refrain giving omur testimony in their fa
vor, aind that -whichi gives them greater clan
u~pon our bumble effort, threy are entirely Vege
Vlm stronger testinnwy be addueed by anyv
Preparation before the publici A singie bottle
wilconvince any one of their power over dis
ease. They are entirely Vegetahle, and will
permanently destroy the mest obsinate costive
tess; and give strength and vigor to the franme,
at ao time debihitating the patment; being also
grateul to the most delmeate stomach under any
circumstances, and can be administered with
perfect safety to delicate istfants-they are free
from Alcohol, Syrop, Acids, Caloanel, and all
mineral and injurious ingredients..
They carn be takaw' at altltimes rind ungler all
oteusrtances,we ttD'linaery exposurre tnilU prevent
them hamn~ga alrtarj'efect, and no bad result
can accrue from mn Deer dose.
Foi nile. whmotusale a'nd rettiil. at the priaci
pal Depot. GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
No. 278 Race Street, Philadelphnia.
For sale in Edgefleld by G. L. PENN
Columbia by BOATWRI G UT ~& MIOT-..
Angusta lby Win. HJAINS, and lay respectable
dealers generally throughout the United States,
July 181640, 1.y 9A8
Drug, Medicine, 4
G, L, PENI
W OULD inform his custo
he has made arrangeme,
Charleston and at ilte North, I
for Cash, so that customers may.
and jenuine Drugs, Medicins,
ceries, Confectionary. and in fact jiretty mu
cine and Grocery Store, at the lowest marl
inspection of experienced Physicians. and n
Just received a fresh supply Quinine, Ei
key Opium, Sal Soda, Lobelia, Eppings, '
of the best known remedies for worms, an
department-al-o, fresh RICE, RAISI
CANDIES. 4-c. - A
For sale on cowmission 9,000 lbs. prime
May 16 1849
DR IUG S &. D
WROLE SALIE AfNBD %
A RE bonstantly ieceiving a
dition to their large and
AMERICAN, FRENCH & I
DRUGS and MEDICINES
pure and of approved manuf
They offer also, PAINTS, C
GLASSWARE, BAR SOAI
CY NOTE PAPER, LET
OPES for same, INK of allico
and H AIR BRUSHES. SURGICAL IN
LANEOUS ARTICLES, comprising a fo
The attention of Physicians and Planters
supplies can be furnished at A UGUSTA J
discount for cash. and in buch quantities as i
The importance or these advantages mt
Mar kei. incuring breakage and delay incidel
pLANTERS will do well to call and see i
Edgefield C. 11. S. C. May 30th 1S49.
B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa!
cias, to me directed, I will proceed
to sell at Edgelield Court House, on the
firit Monday and Tuesday Following in
August next, the following property, tn
the following case, viz:
The State vs. Arthur J. Padgett; the
Same vs the Same; Benjamin 3ettis, bear
er for himself and another -.s the Same, a
tract of land containing thirteen hundred
acres, snore or less, adjoining lands of I)r.
no. C. Reedy, ond others, levied on as
the property of the Defetidant.
The State vs Ezekiel Padgett, the same
vs the same. a tract of land coniaining
two hundred and eighty-five acres. more or
less, adjoining lands of Jacob Smith and
Whiiiield Brooks, Bearer. vs. M. L.
Gearly, S. B. Mays and B. R. Addison, a
tract of land belonaiag to the defendant
M. L. Gearty. adjoining lands of Adam
5linnick and others.
S. CHRISTIE, s. Y. D.
July11 4t - 25
SHE UFF'S SA LE.
B Y virtue of sundry wvrits of fieri facias
to me directed, I shall proceed to
ell at Edgefield Court [louse, on the first
6ondav and Tuesday in August next, the
fllowig property in the following eases,
A. M. Reartten vs. N. L. Bartley, G. L.
E.Penn fur the-ir Assignee vs cte same,
olto lluiett vs N. L. Itartley and C.
tchll, E. B. Presley vs N. L. Hartley,
ne negro boy llal, levied on as the prop-.
rty of N. L. Bartley.
S. CH RISTIE. s. E. D.
tuly 18 1849, 3t 26
SHE RIFFS SA LE.
B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, te me directed. I will proceed
so sell at Edgefield CoUrt House, on the
first Monday and Tuesday following in
August next, rhe fullowing property, in
te following case, iz -
George Parrott vs A. H1. Burt; Kenriek
&c hayer vs the same, one sorrel horse.
-S. C HRISTIE, s. E. D.
July 21, 2te 27
Brought to the Sail
OF this District, a Molatmo man who
-F says his name is WILLIAM, and
that he runaway from Mr. Abram Lowry
living on Ducan's creek, LawrensfDistriet,
. C. so whtom he was hired, but that hte
belongs to Mr. Robert Marrs, living 131
mires above New berry Court House, S. Ce
Said fellow is about five feet. six inchtes
sigh-he is between 21 and 22 years of
age and of light cotmplexion. He has sev,
eral scars on his forehead and neck, the
most of whtich he says was caused by falk
ing oil of horses; he also has .. scar on
his upper lip.
The owner is requested to come forward,
prove property, pay charges andl take
him away, or he will be dealt with as the:
June5 1849,. tf 20
Brought to the Jail
OF this District, on the 9th instant, a
n.egro man, who says his name is JA R
RETT, and that he belongs to Mr. Benjamin
1ice living within: four miles of Union Coturt
House Said fellow says he is a blackatrhith,
and has a very large scar on his left anuS, just
below his elbhbw, caused by a burn; hte also
has a large dark spot or mole covered with
hair, on the lower part of the left cheek.
He is about five feet six and half inches high,I
between 25 and 28 years of age and light
The owner is requested to come forward,
prove property, pay charges and take him
away, or he will be dealt with as the law
dec~ts. H. IR. SPANN, j. E. D.
March 13, 1849 tf S
AALL parenons inlebted to the estate of Ja
cob Pow, Deceased, will please to call
and settle immedc~iately, and thtose who are cred -
toms are requested to tmake kttnwn their claints.
II..1R. SPANN, Adm'r.
M ay23 t f 1
t General Store,
ers and the public generally, that
its with experienced Agents in
o purchase his supplies entirely
rely ot being suplhed with fresh
perfumery, Piints, Oils, Dye Stuff. Gro
:l every article usually found in a Medi
et prices, his Miedicins will be under the
y article wvill be offered for sale that is not
glish Calomel, best Blue Pill Maes, Tur
3arsaparilla, Fahneslocks Vermifuge, one
I various articles in the Medicine nod Drug
VS, ALMONDS, FIGS, PRUNES,
BACON & LARD.
EAGUE & CO.
ew and fresh inpplies in ad
well selected STOCK of
all of which are warranted
cture, imported under the 0
ILS, WINDOW GLASS.
. FANCY SOAP. FAN
ER PAPER, ENYEL
ours.PAINT. VARNISH, -
TRUMENTS. FANCY and MISC EL-,
ill assortment of alt articles in their line.
is called to the important fact. that theit
MR1CES, on six months time, five per cent
-nay be desired.
st be obvious to those trnding nt n remote
cit to transportation. PIYSICIANS and
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Vs. . Bill for Partition.
N OTIC E is hereby given, that by virtue
of the decree of the Court of Equity
in this case. I shall sell at Edgefield Court
Ilouse on the first Monday in Augnst next.
One half acre Land, lying on. Stephens
Creek, and adjoining lands or said Anna
Anderson, and Jonnthan Taylor, and on
wich is a valuable grist mill, known as
Said Land will be sold on a credit of
Twelve Months, except for so much there
of as will pay the cost of this suit. Pur
chasers to give bond and good personal
security to secure the purchase money.
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. P.
July 5, 1849 4t 25
State of South Carolina.
Lucy Reese, .
Wyatt 11oie's, John Jnnes,
DanIel Prescou, Lewis anal-.1
I T appenring to my satisfaction that Edward
B. Hialloway andt Thomas 0. Illlloway.
two ol the defendanits in tdys case, reside fromi
and beyond the linmiis of this State. On mo,
tion oh MIr. Yuncey, Plaintiffs Solicitor. It is
orered that thne stut Defendants do appear
and answer plcad or demnr to the comnplainants
said bill ofecomplainr. within three muonths fromi
the puablication hereof, or the said bill will be
taken pro .confe-sa. against thecm.
s. s. TO.\l PKINS, c. E. E.. Di.
Commissioner's tutlice, May 24th .84!i.
May 30. :hn 1
State of South Carolina.
EDGEFIELD D.1STRI CT.
Adam Eigleberger, and
wife, and athers, Bill for
vs. P 1artition.
George Long, and others.
I T appearing to my satisfationm that
Zachariah Wooley and Eizabeih, his
wife, two of the~ defenidants, in this case,
reside beyond the limits of thi-s State. On
motion of Mr. Grifh'n, Plantiff's Solicitor :
Ordered that the said Zachariahi Wooley,
ad wife, do appear and plead. answver or
demar to this bill, within three months
from this date, or that the said bill be
taken pro confesto against them.
S. S, TOM PKINS, c. E. E. D.
May 15, 3m 17
With HammeP ini hand,
All Arts I doth understand.
T H E SnI.scribier at the sign of the CGol
dlen Shoe, hatsopened ntear the spam:ti
H,tel the busme~ss or Black &, G nrosmiting, in
all its branchies. In shoeing horses and in alt oilh
er work of hiis trn-le, lie warrants to give full
Gunsmithaing is d'one in nil cases fo.r cash.
May 9, tf 16
N OTI CE.
T HE nndersigned as Assignee of Marens
.EUpsont, gives notice woalrpersons having
claims against the said Marcns Uptbon, and
who are willing to take under the .assignm~ent,
to render in thteir claims by the sixth day of
Augst next. All persons indebted to the said
Matus Upson, are requested to make imme-.
SAMUEL STEVENS, Asuignee.
March 71849, - 5m" 7
THE 8tthscriber offer for sale her Hiousi
and LO-r about .j of a mnile from Edge
fld C. JJ. tying on the road leading fram
Edgefield C. H. to Columbia, and conmining
four acres;; also all that traect of -anid contain
ing 1-200 acres, situate. atbout three mil~es from
Edgefeld Village. For taerms appaly to the sub-~
*scris. .. B3LALOCK.
P. R. BL ALOCK.
-no 0 1849 7zm . 20
COMPOUND EXTRAC T 01'
The most extraordinary Medicine in the Wf'orld.
u-This Extract is put up in quat bottler
t is six times cheaper, pleasanter, and war
ranted superior to any abld. It cures with
Dut vomiting, iurgiiig; sickening or debilhta,
ing the Patent.
'1 he great beauty and superiority bf this
Siarsaparilla over all other medicine is, that
while it eradicates disease, it invigorates the
qody. It is one of the very test
SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICININES
'vbr known; it not cxly purifies the whole
system, and strengthens the person, but it
creates new, pure and rich blood ; a power
possessed by no other medicine. And in thi
lies the grand secret of its wonderful success,
it has performed within the last five years,
more than 100,000 cures of severe cases of
disease; at least 15,000 were considered in
curable. It has saved the lives of more than
i,000 children during the past season.
10,000 Cnwesof Genernl Debility ad
want of Nervous Energy.
Dr. Townsend's Sarsajarilla invigorates the
whole system permanently. To those who
inve lost their muscular energy by the use
>f medicine or indiscretiun committed in
youth, or the excessive indulgence of the pas
ions, and brought on a general physical prds
ration of the nervous system, lassitude, want
f ambition, fainting sensations, premature
ecay and decline, hastening towards that
ratal disease. Consumption, can be entirely
restored by this pleasant remedy. This Sar
pgrilla is far superior to any INVIGORA
[ING CORDIAL, as it removes and invigo
rates the system, gives activity to the limbs,
nd btrength to the muscular system, in a
most extraordinary degree.
Clianses and Strengthens. Consumption can be
cured. Bronchitist, Consumplion, Liver com
plaint, Colds, Catarrh, Coughs, Asthma, Spt.
ting of Blood, Soreness in de chest, Hectic
Flush, Night Sweats, Difficult or 'rofuse Ex
pectoration, Pain in the Side, &c. have been
and can be cured.
This is only one of more than 4,000 cases
>f Rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsa
p.arilla has cured. 'J'he most severe and
chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its
James Cummings, Esq., one of the assist
tnts in the Lunatic Asylum, Blackwell's Is.
land, is the gentleman spoken of in the fol_
Dr. Townseid, Dear Sir: I have suffered
terribly for nine years with the Rheumatism;
onsiderable oft lie time I could not eat, slce p
r walk. I had the utmost distressing pains
nd my limbs were terribly swollen. I have
:sed four bottles of your Sarsaparilla, and
bIaey have done me mote than one thousand
lollars worth of good. I am so much bet-.
ier-indeed, I am entirely relieved. You are
it liberty to use this for the bentfit of the af
licted, 'tours respectfully,
FITS! FITS! FITS!
Dr. Townsend, not having tested his Sarsa
>arilla in cases of Fita, of course nbver recom
mended it, and was surprised to riceive the
rollowing from an intelligent and rtspectable
amer in Westchester cdunty: ,
FORmaNi, Aug. 13, 1857.
Dr. Townrend, Dear Sir-- av a littlo
girl seven years of age, who has been several
years afflicted with Fits; we tried almost ev
ryting for her, but without succesa; at list,
alt hought we could find no recommendation
n our circulars for cases like hers, we tho't
s she was in very delicate health, we wvould
give her some of your Sarsaparilfa, and are
very glad we did, for it has not only restored
Ier strength, but she has had no teturn of
the Fits, to our great pleastue and surprise.
She is fast becoming rugged and hearty. for
which we feet gratful. Yours, respectfully,
.JOHN BUTLER, Jr.
Dr. Townscnd's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign
end speedy cure for Incipient Consumnption,
iarreness, Prolapsus Uteri, or f.ilhing of the
omb, Piles, Leucorrwa, or Whites, obstruc
ion or diflicult hienstrturation, Incontinence
f Urine, or involuntary discharge thereof,
and for thte general prostration of the systemi
so matter whether the result of inherent
c:se, produced by irregularity, illness or ac-.
cident. N othing can be more sur prisintg thtan
its invigorating effects on the human frame;
Persons all weakness and lassitude, from tak
ing it, at once become robust and full of emn
orgy under its iniluence. It immecdiately
ounteractta thie nervelessness of the fenmale
frame, which is the great cause of barroness.
It will not be expected of us, in cases of sc
delicate a natures, to e~fhibit certificates of
cures performed but we can assure the afflic
ted, that hsundreds of cases have been report.
ed to us; thousands of cases where fiamilies
have been without childien after using a few~
bottles of this invaluable medicine, have
been blessed with fine, healthy offspring.
Great Btessing to MPothers and Children.
It is the safest and most effectual medicine
for purifying the system, and relieving the
sufferings attendant upon childbirth ever-dis
overed. It strengthens both the mothter and
child, prevents pain ar~d disease, increases
nd enriches the food, and those who have
used it, think it is indispensable. It is highly
useful both before and after conlnement, at
it prevents diseases attendant upon childbirth.
n Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swelling om
the Feet, Despondency, Heartburn, Vomit.
ing, Pain in t-he Back and Loins, False Paoids,
emorarage. ansd in regulating the Secre
ions and equalizing the circulation it has nc
equal. The great beauty of this Medicine
is, it is always safe, end the most delicate
use it most successiully.
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Townsend is almost daily receiving o*
ders from Physicians in differenits parts of the
This is to crtify thtat we, the undersigned
Physicians of the City of Albatny,. have- it
numterous cases proscribed Dr. Townseiid':
Sarsapailla, and believe it to be one n'f the
most valuable preparationis in the market.
H. P. PuINGc M. D.
J. Wra.sosu, M. D.
R. B. BRIGos, id. D).
P. E.-ELSImsunoRI, M. D.
Albany, A pril 1, 1847.
Owing to the great sluccess snd immense
sale of Dr. Townsend's SaTsaparilla, a numn
her of men who were formerly our Agenitb,
have ecctmenced making Sarsaparilla Ex
tracts, Elixirs, Bitters, Extracts of Yellov
Dok, &e. They generally put it up in thi
same ehape bottles, and some of theta have
stole and copied our a-dvertisemet;- they
are only worthless imitations- and aliould he
sale in Edgef'ield at thie DRUG ANZ
GEF Rii, S'RnE by G. L. PENN,
~a.... 1., 14.1 ly S - gent.
HASTING'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF
N OT only a pe ritive but a warranted cure
for consumption and all diseisies of the
luss. This medicine lhas decided the dispu:e
abouit the cusability of consiaaption, and satis.
fied tle medical fitLty and all who have used
it, tha't consumptios and all affections of the
lungs casn not oily be ctred, blat they are as ea
Lily and siinply, enred, as alhoast any of the diem
orders-to whicli the hsiaan.ran~e is liable.
The operation bf a single bottle, vhich costs.
$1, is sufficient t. itisfy any patient-if nlot aL.
tngether too lar goie with the .disease-of thit
fact; and cien a single aoile gives evidence of
its eitraordinary influence in arresting and
eradicating the thalady by the i.nmediate relief
which it aflords. This i$ no quack or secret
reinedy. Dr. Hastings.its discoverer, asone of
the most eminent physicians. of the age, arid
has mil6 a faIl disclosure or its history, and all --
its component parts to the world, not wishing
to incur the responsibility of confinitig to him
self, for the sake o' piofit, a secret which was
calculated to do such univerial good. And
such has been the wonderiil result of its ope.
rations, that the Loidon Lancet, Medicaf
Times, and the moqt eminent physicians of botb
hemispheres, are aniously calliiig upon suffeu
ers to have immediate recourse to it, and pio'
claiming that of all knovrn medicine, it alone
has positively established its effien'y by undea
itible proofs of curing consumption and all oth
er diseases bf the ,tuag.
For.sale at te Apothecaty Hall by.
Price $1 per hottle.
December 0 1846 12m 46
State of' South Carolinai
IN THE COMMON PLEAS;
B. J. Ryan,
Ais. Ca. S&.
J. RYAN, 4il6 fins been 1rrested bj
i and is now in the custody of the Sher
itf of Edgefield District, by .virtue of a Writ of
Capias ad Satisfaciendtim, at the suit of Rtich
ard Fowke, having filed his petition #it a
echedule on oath of his whole estate and effects,
for toe purpose of obtaining the benefits of the
Geneta! Aisembly of this - Stite, commonly
called the Insolvent Debtors Acts. On motion
of Mr. Atkinson;.Aiturney for Defendant, pub
lic notice is hereby given, that the petition of
the said B. J. Ryan, will be beard and con
sidered in the Court of Common Pleas, for
Edgefield District, at Edgefield Court House
on the first day of October next, or on such
other days as the Court may order during the
term, commencing on the first Monday in Octo
her next; and all the creditors of the said B. J.
Ryan, are hereby summoned either personally
or by Attorney, then and there in said Court,
to show cause tfany they can, why the benefits
of the Acts aforesaid, should r,ot be granted to
the said 13. J. Ryan, nand he be discharged from
coifinement. upon Isis executing the asigns
ment required by said Acts.
T. G. BACON, c. z. it
Clerk's Office, June 16, 1849.
June 20 3m 22
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
W P. JONESwhn. is .now in the cus.
V iody of the Sheriff or Edgefield Dise
trict, by virtue of a writ of Capina ad Setisfaci
endum, at the suit of Richard Fbwle; fiaving
filed his petition with a schedule on sath of his
whole estate and effects, for the purpose of
obtaining the benefits of theActs of the General -
Assembly of this State; commonly called the Tar
solvent Debiors Acts. Public Notice is Jiereby
giyen that the petition ofthe said W. P. Jones,
will be heard and considered its the coenofca
non Pleas, for Edgefeld Ditrict, s E 4e 4 -
Court Hduas oit Wedsday th's 16th day of
October next, or on such other day thereafler,
as the Court may order duri"g the term comn
mencing on the'first Monday an October next, - -
at Edgefield Court MIouse; and tall the erediuess
of the sdid WV. P. Jones, are liereby summoned
either personally or by A ttoriy, then and there
in staid Court, to shiow cause if any they can,
why the petition nf the said W. P. Jones, should
not he beard and considered, atid the benefit of
the Acts aforesaid should not be granted upon
his execnting the assignoient required by the
sadAt. T HOS. G. BA CON. Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Edgefield .C. H. 6th July, J849.
July 11, 13te 25
STATE OF 80OUTH CAROLINA
IN THE COURT OP ORDINARY.
Medy Mays and others, A pplicauts )
William H ill nad wife Sarah. Nan- I
cv Biroadaway, widow oif Beinjamnini
lrondaway, dec'd. Aleiha, Maya, -
Jesse Masys, aud Ahney Msays, chiIl
dren of a dccased grandson, (Ab- I
iey C. M aiys,) Deendants. )
IT appearinig to say satisfaction that the
Kabove iaamied Defendanis, (Distributees.)
of the Real Estate of A bney Matys, who depar
ted this life in the year one thousand eight hun
dred aiid four, residing ini the neighborhood of
Cambridge, Edgefreld District, at the time of
his death. These atre thierefoae to cite and ad
monish the albove named Win. Hill1 and wife
Sarah. Naticy Broadaway wvidow of Benjamyer
Broadaway, deceased, Atetha Malys, Jesse
Mayi, and Ahney Majs, childreln'if a decea
ed grandson (Ahney C. M-aye,)' Defendantw
ad Di'stributees as aforesaid, to he and appear
in my office on or before the fi rst Monday in
October tacxt, to shaw cause if any they can,
why the Real Estate of the said Ahney'Maya,
deceased. shannld not be sold l'or Partition, or
theia' donasent to the .same .will be entered of
Ieord. Given under, my hand at' my office
the ninati day of July A. D- 1849.
JOHN H IL L, 0'. E. I.
.July 11 1849, 12t 25
State of South Carolina,
IN TH E COURT OF ORDINARY.
Humphries Boutwarse. Gnar'd of
Francis Richardson, Maitnur, Ap'L
vs- . Citation te
Jas. Mk Richaadson & .S. Gmjon Acr-uma.
nd, Exect'rs' of the lost Will nsod
Testanient of David Rjcchardson,. I
IT appearinag to my satisfactiOn thatt Williran?
.T. linirser and wife, Samnel Hill and Da.
vid 10 B3ell. Legaieei unider the Will'of the
sai3 David Rtichardson, Decesased, live beyond
the limiits of this State; It is therefore ordered
thit they do app~enr before mem ini my Office at
Edgefield Goirt Iloese on Mond'ay thie Thir
tentith dasy osf Angust nsext, to show cause if
ay why she Accountts of ttie said James M.
Richardson and Jamest B. Guinard, Executors
tfordasidshonld not be accepted and a final
settement and Betree inade iuon said Es3
Given'urider my hanadat mny Office ,the.4t~
.* JOH N h ILL, 0. 3. D.
May 9, 3m 36
No ti c e.
A LL, persons indebted .to Whiitan.R. Hill
Di teceased, are hereby notified to make
payment, and all persons hsavinag claims agist
said Deceased will render them.in- properl at.
tested. Williamn M. H ill is appsointed nay g~ent
dturing my absence from the District.
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