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ATTORNEY AT LA W.
W ILL be found in his oflice at Edgefield
Court House, adjoining Bryan's Brick
Store, on Saturdays, Saledays, and Court,
le will attend promptly and strictly to busi
ness in his profcasion.
January 1-0, tf 51
DR. E F- TEAGUE.
R)ESPECTFULIY offers his professional
services in the practice of Mcdiciue. Sur
g-ry, and Obstetrics, to the Citizens of Edge
held Village and. vicinity. Ollice in the Drug
Store of Drs. Bland. Teague 4 Co.
May 9, if 16
1-h UPIIREYS BOULWARE,
'THOS. W. IANHIA1;
T. J. WHilTAKE.R,
For Tax Collector.
B. F. GOUDEY,
W M L. PARKS.
- THEOPHILUS DEAN,
L. A. BROOKS.
SAMPSON R. MAYS.
F. W. BURT,
- For Ordinary.
HUGH A. NIXON..
W. L. COLEMAN,
Will. 11. MOSS. "
H. T. WRIGHT,
VIRGIL Al. WHITE,
WM. M. JOHNSON,
THOS. G. BACON,
T OWNSANDS Sarsaparilla. For sale at
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. 11. Augtst 1, 28
PPING'S Sarsaparilla. Fno le at
E BLAND, TEAGUL & Co.
Druggists. Edgefield C. H. August 1, 28
R. WISTA R'S Balsam of Wild Cherry.
For sale at
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
. Druggists, Edgefield C. [I. August 1, 28
YRE'S Cherry Pectoral. For sale at
__ BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Druegists, Edgefield C. II. August 1. 28
ROWAND'S Tonic Mixture. For sale at
BLAND. TEAGUE & CO.
D-uggists, Edgefield C. 11. August 1, 28
ASTING'S Compound Syrup of Nap,
A-tha. For sale at
" : BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Druggista, Edgefield C. 11. August 1, 28
L UCINE Cordial, (a certain curec for Bar
renness.) Fur sale at
BLAND. TEAGUE. & CO.
Drnggists. Edefield C. 11. August i, 28
A MERICAN Hair Dye. For sale at
BLBAND. TEAGJE & CO.
Druggists. Edgefield . H. Augstl, 28
LIME Juc. For sale at
BLAND.eTEAGUE & CO.
Druggists. Edgefield C. ii. Agst 1, 28
DLAN. TEGUE& CO.
Drugglsts. Edgetield C. II. August 1, 28
1UA CCOB3OY & Scowlh Sutna. For sale
..1at BL.AND, TEIAGUE & CO.
Druggists. Edgelicid C. II. August i, 2S
USBANDS & llewrys Calcined Mag,
11nesia. For sale at
. LAND. TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. II. August 1, 28
A SUPERIOR ariticle of Eau De Cologne,
prepared and for sale uut
B3LAND. TE~AGUE & GO.
Druggists, Edgefeld C. . August 1, 28
R OWAND'S Approved Flop Pessary's.
For sale at
B LAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Drzuggists, Edgeleld C. 11. August 1, 28
OOUNCES Sulp~hate Quinise.
Fo r sul., at
B LAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefild C. II. Agust 1 28
P UR IFIE~D Chinxoidiune. For saule at
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
-Druggists, Edgefield C. II. Angnst .1. 28
CO ITRAS Fer n Quintine. For sale at
Druggists. Edgefueld C. H. Auigust J . 2
- MPROVED Scanuficatora. F'or sale at
..BLAN D. T 'EAG UE & CO.
Druggists. Edgefid C. 'I. August 1, 28
C UPPING Glasses of all kinds. For sale
at BLAND, TEAGUE, & CO.
Druggists,_Edgefield C. Ii. August 1, 28
1EAtD Shot. For saule at
BJLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. II. August 1, 28
rIURLINGTrON'S Balsaju. For sale at
.U. BLAND. TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. H. Augst 1, 28
ALAMof' Fir. Fur sale at
BBAS A N :,rTEAGUE &i CO.
Drttggists. Edgefeld C. H. August , 28
C H E ESEM AN'S A rabian Balsam. For
sale a't BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Drnggisats, Edgefield C. HI. August 1, ~2
BA&TESMANS D)ropus and British Oil.
For sale at.
,BLAND, TEAGUE &-C..
Druggta, Edgefild C. I1. August 1, 28
B S WbrIriting Ink and Blackintr. For
salenat BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Drnuggists, Edgefeld C. 11. A ugust 1, 28
CONST ANT LY Receiv'ing fromt the North
erni Markets naew suuppties of fresh and
~gennine DRUGS and MEDICINES, and all
other articles usuuully ke pt ini a Drug Store.
BLAND, TRAGUE & CO.
Ware--house & Commission Business,.
T HE Undersigned 'having taken the WARE-HOUSE GEIGER & PARTLOW,
J[ late Geigor & Knight, respectfully tender his services m the Storage and Eale of
Cotton.and other produce, forwarding Merchandise and purchasing to order &c. when
The usual advances will be made on consignment. I trust from the favourable to.
catiin of the VAItE-HOUSE. and by unremiting attettion to business, to obtain a
lib-eral share of patronage and hope to give satisfaction.
W. B. BRANNON.
July 25, 1849, 9m 28
The undersigned respectfully return their grateful thanks to their patrons for they
liberal support and solicit a continuance of tire same for W. 13. BRANNsio, whom their
confidently recommend. GEIGER & KNIGHT.
New Fire Proof Ware.House.
Ware-House and Commission Merchants.
JACKSON STREET, AUGUSTA, GIA.
T HEIR WAREHOUSE. recently created, is FIRE PROOF, and covers the
Lot formerly occupied by Mr. Wr.sos, as a Livery Stable, on the Street lead..
ing from the Globe Hoiel to the Georgia Rail R'ad Depot.
Its location oilers inducements unsurpassed by any other in the City, both as to
CONVENIENCE AND SECURITY against FIRE, being bounded on three
sides by Streets.
CASH ADVANCES made in Produce in Store, when required.
ORDERS FOR GOODS promptly attended to, and their individual attention
given to ALL business entrusted to their Care.
GOLLOTHUN VALKER, of [lamburg, S. C.
IIARPEIR C. BRYSON, late of the firm of
Bryson, Coskery, & Co.
Augusta, July 1G, 1S49. 2n 26
WARE-HOUSE & COMMISSION BUSINESS,
HE URDERSIGNED. having associated themselves in the above business.
tinder the firm of WALKER & COLEMAN, at the WATER PROOF
VARE-1IOUSE, recently ocetpied by Walker & Bradford, respectfully tender
their service, in the STORAGE and SALE of PRODUCE, forwarding ME R
CIANDISE. PURCHASING TO ORDER, 4ic.
When required, liberal advances will be mude on CONSIGNMENTS.
From the numerous advanges of their favorable location, so long known as the
W ater Proof Ware-lOuse. they ,trst by unremitting attention to
business, to obtain a sharo of patronage, and hope to give satisfaction.
M. W. COLEMAN.
Hamburg July 16, 1849. 2n 26
HE UNDERSIGNED respectfully tenders his sincere and crateful thanks, to
the patrons of the late firm of WALKER & BRADFORD, for the liberal
support. with which they have been so generously favored, and begs, to solicit a cnn
tinuance ol-the same for Messrs. WALKER & COLEMAN, whom he could confi
dently recommend to their favor.
SAMUEL M. BRADFORD.
Hamburg, July 16, 1819. 2tn 26
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
EDGEFIEL) DISTRICT. EDGEFIELD DISTRiCT.
IN EQUITY. IN EQUIY
Samuel Lowry and others, ifor arii SUSA Por,
- , si. . of John Lowry 's Vs. PARTITION.
Oscar Leowry, Oliver Atkmns Estate. MAYJN Po .
and others. O aOTICE is heteby given that by virtue
IT appearing to my satisfartion, that John J. of an order from the Cou:t of Equity
Sweattman and Charity his wife, if alive, in this case, I shall proceed to soil at Edge
atd Thomas Reams, Celia Reams, Detmaris field Court House on the first Monday in
Reams and Dantiel Sweatmnan, sotme of thteOcoenetthfloigtrtsfLad
Defendants itt this case, are withtout thte litmitsbloigtohesaeofam SPp,
or this State, otn motion by Mr. Wardlaw,deaevi
Iamttifl's Solicitor, ordered.~that the defentdants h.'h ao rc,(en ato
above natmed appear in thtis Hlonorarble Coturt,thtvlaetacofankwnste
ind plecad. answer or dcemur to thte B3illin this Iln odLn, otiigTev in
case. withini thtree months tiomt the publicatton de n ite 010ars oeo es
of this order, or that said Bill be takett pro con- ynin dofldadAeil isrc,
fesso ageinst them.
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D. nSld iea~ ajiiglnso r
Cotmmiss.ioner's Oflico, Atngust 20, 184.~& Jo olnH .HladTepiu
August 22, 3mi 31 Hlt hcht tahdon afo h
Brought to the Jail ras.teslnTrcbowheFry
O F this District, on the 9th instant, a 2n.TeWlim ilTrconaig
Pnegro man, who says his name is JA R- OeHnrdadffy3-0 cemr
11ETT, and that ho belongs to Mr. Benj'iminorlslignAbeieDstcadiig
R ice, living within four miles of Union Court toaoeTat ad fEmn ~y
House. Said fellow says he is a blacksmith,Hnr edadotes
and has a very large scar on htis left arm, just 3d h hmsHl rccnann
below his elbbw, caused by a burnt; Ite also OeHnrdadnnt 210ars
has a large dark spot or mole covered withmreolslyninbbvlefitctad
hairt Ott the lower part of the left cheek.jonnttelstwTrcladofdud
Hic is about five feet six and half inches high, OiRb.GhaGn ae ilm n
between 25 and 28 years of age and lightSauaivr
The owner is requested to come. forwvard,hudeanfoysvnadoehlfcr,
prove property, pay charges and take him ligi doil itit nHl a
away, or he will be dealt with as the law Sap n donn ad fMs ors
dizcts. H. RI. SPANN, 3. E. D. ilimBafedP.urttSornd .
March 13,1849 tf S Bret ur
P adLo-r about . of a tuile from Edge-jonnladorSulWebJ.Rcr
field C. Ht. lyinig on ite road leadmng fi-m o n,' oes aobHleagr n
Edgefield C. IIL to Columibia, and contuntmgLeiAas
!buir acres; also all that tract of land cttu: 6h h lusCekTat containin
inz 1200 acres, situate about three miles frotm
Edrrield Village. -For terms apply to the sub-TheHuddan oeadthefurs
scribers, aceligi.deiedDsrco oe
R. BLALOCK, Bacadajiiglnso .G nhr
P. RI. BILALOCK. frJ ibnEtt fMri oe
Jina 6 1849 7mn 20 de. n onGbos
WVithi Hlammeri in hand, hudeanelvnnd40acsyign
All Arts I doth understand. c I ~ I. aloSmn
H otel tth.bTheesimefKilnckTractsmontainini
rend twoSyearsbwithainterestcfrom and afte
one yeirhfrom thepdayof salecexcept aslt
k oon nbinpaidsinomashitPuirchrsersrtd tiveebonv
a~lI reSn hie nte bsinss. e - ony
Ho thepsites oDr.ac Johnson'sliit g omsinrsOf~e uy1,14)
ds osedo. t rvt sae th-ra-rto.
New Blaksmth bo lad wroTnC is. e rin thtwby vrte
dod an rderm ofr deth, Co-tainfngEquity
ten tidraresa, mree o lssl ad adgei
Octoberext, anh flowingercs o ad
r jlIESuscrberhainbpelonginegs16 toteesaeo Jame FRAZIE e,
v'ic~ o Hampto, itececksmit vizul
hrtto" n inst.ishenuMtstuityacis pepared topreceiv
that vaderblenttact olutano, kntwntassth
Sho oposte r. obsorsed And Rixen3S10 ces mtoro Lessn
B.J I SpbiJ ferry atIlorde. r oler y ua i
verealo.1he slad Tact beA. terry,.
FOR THE RELIEF 4 CURE OF
Diarrhoea & Dysentery.
THIS valuable preparation needs but the
trial of a single bottle to prove its efficacy in
Diarrhoea and Dysentery. It is as mild and
safe a remedy for nursing nmfuta, as for adulfs
During the present Cholera times, when any
approach to Diarrhoda, should be immediately
checked, the Anodyne Cordial should be in every
Here are a few recommendations of this
Medicine, others could be obtained but we trust
the Public will jndge these all suflicient to in.
duce a trial of the Cordial.
Price 50 cents a Bottle'-Money returned if
the remedy prove useless.
Edgelleld C. II. 23d July, 1849.
This will certify that I used the Anodyne Cor
dial in an alarming case of Diarrhoea in my
family with complete success-and I believe
this Cordial to be one of the best remedies ever
invented for the cure of thnt disease.
Ed'gefield C. H. 16th July, 1849.
This tay certify that I had a Diarrhoea of one
week'a standing, cured by 3 or 4 doses of Duct.
Chase's Anodyne Cordial.
July 23d 184g.
I purchased a bottle of Anodyne Cordiail of
Duct. Chase, aed used it with good snccess in
my family. MARSHAL FRAZIER.
This certifies that I have used the Anodyne
Cordial in a nuniber of cases of Diarrhoea n
my family dtring the last year with unvariable
success, and 1 cordially recommend the 'remedy
to others. J. D.,TIBBETTS.
July 16th 1849.
FRoM TIE LATE PASTOn Of TUE EPIScOPAL
To whom it may concern-Last summer I
was afflicted with a troublesome Diarrhoea and
made use of a small quantity of Doct. Chase's
Anodyne Cordial, and I hesitate not to state, that
I think the remedy a valuable one.
C. B. WALKER.
Edgefield C. 11. 23d July, 1849.
For saleby JOHN D. CHASE, M..D.
July 24, if 2'7
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, Fullnes.
or Blood to the Head. Acidity of the stomach,
Nausea, lleart-burn, Disgust for Food. Full
ness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Ertcta
tions, Sinking or Flutteting at the pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried
and Difficult Breathing, Flattering at the Ileart,
Choking or Suflicating sensations when in a
lying 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 Heat. Burning
in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of evil and
great-depression of Spirits can be effectually
Celebrated German Bitters.
Their plower over the above diswases is not
excelled-if equalled-by any other prepara
tion in the United States as the eures attest, in
many cases after skillful physicians had lfailed.
Derangement of the Liveriuid Stomach nre
sources of Insanity, and will also produce dis
ease of the Henri, Skin, Ltngs and Kidneys,
and lays the body open to an attack of the
Cholera, Bilions, or Yellow Fever, and is gun
eally the first cause of~ that most banefutl di
Opinio'ns of lthe Philadelphia Press.
-' THE DISPATCHl,"
December 31st so0p :
AN iNVALUABLE M~EDClNE.--We
have freqnently heard the Celebrmated Germatn
Bitters, mnanufactured by Dr. Hoofland, spolkenl
of ini terms of commuendatiotn, anid we know
deservedly so. it is a too coitmon practice, inl
certain quat ters, to puff all tmannrer of' useless
trash, but in thme case of~ the above-Bitters, hiutn
dreds are liying witnecsses of teir great moral
atd physical wvorth. As a medlicine for the
Liver Complaint, Janndic, Ner.vous Debility
aid Dyspe psia, it has been funnd intvaluable,
effecting cures and thoroughly eradicating dlis
ases. wlieti all other medicitnes have failed.
We fell convinced, that in the use of the Ger
man Bitters. the patient does not become debil
itated, bitt constantly gains strength and vigor
to the framc-ax fact wvorthiy of ;peat considera
ion. The Bitters are pleasant in taste and
smell, and can be administered tunder any cir
cumstances, to the most delicate stomnacht. In-.
deed, they can be uscd by all personas with the
mst perf'ect safety. It would be wiell lfor thinse
who'are much aff'ected in the vervouts system,
to commtence with one teaspoonful or les, anid
gradually increase. Weo speak from easperi
ence, and are of~ course, a proper judge. The
press far and wide, have tunited in reconttnnend-.
ing the German Bitters, and to tihe afllicted we
most cordially advise their use.
"SPiIT OF THE TIN1ES,"
June 24th says:
"DO OUR GOOD CITIZENS who nre
invahids, kno'w the matny astonishinut cores that
have peena perfornmed by Dr. Hooflatnd's Celii
brated Germani Bitters? If' they do not1. wo
recommend thema to the "Germani Ilediettne
Store," all who are afflicted with Liver Coin.
plaint. Jaundice, Dyspepsia, or Nervons Debil,.
y , the Doctor has cored many ofl our citizens5
after the bcstepthiciants had failed. We have
used thtetn, attd they have pi oved to be a nmedi
cite that every one should know ot, and we
cannol refrain giving our testimony in thteir lit
vor, and that which gives thetm greater claim
upont our humble effort, they are entirely Vege
Can stronger testitmtiny he adduced by any
Preparation before the public ? A single bottle
will convince any one or their power over dis
ease. They are entirely Vegetable, and will
permanently destroy the most obstinate costive
ness; and give strentgth and vigor to the framne,
at no time debilitating the ptatunt; being alsn
gratefli to the most delicatestonmach unider any
c~ircumtances, and can be administered wvitht
perfect safety to delicate inifants-they are free
from Alcohol, Syrnp. Acids, Calimet. anid all
mineral andl injitrious ingredients.
They can be taken at all times and under all
circustantces, no ordinary ecrposuare weill prevente
thm havingr a salutary efect, and no bad result
can accrue from an over dose.
Fot sale, wholesale and retail. nt the princi
pal Depot. GERMlAN 5l EDICilN STORE,
No. 278 Race Street, Phtiladelph in.
For sale in Edgelhield by G. L. PENN
Columbia by BOATW1l1GHT & ilIOTr
Augusta by Wmi. HAINS, amnd bty respectable
dealers generally throughont the United States.
July 181849, ly 2
Brass Bound Buckets.
3 DOZ EN Brass Boutnd Buecets, a sttpe..
rior article. For sale by
II. A. KENRIlCK.
IHmnewrg July 24 1At19 I' 27
CAN BE GOT O.NLY AT THE
TiE GENUINE BALM OF COLUMBIA,
FOR RESTORING THE HAIR.
-Long hair is a glory to woman," says. Paul,
And all feel the truth of thje pious quotation;
Preserve it then, ladiessyur glory may full,
Unless you protect it with thus preparation.
If you wish :a rich. luxuriant head of htir,
free from Dandruff and Scurff, do not fail to
procure the genuine Balm of Columbia. In
cases of baldness it will inure than exceed your
Cauion.-Never buy unless you find the
name of Comstock &, Co., on the wrapper of
each bottle. ..
Longley's Great Indian Panacea.
hst.-For Colds and Feverish feelings pre
2--For Asthmia, Liver Complaint and Bil.
3d-For Diarrhma, Indigestion and Loss of
4th-For Costiveness in fnales and males,
and Nervous complaints.
5th-Fer Stom ach alfections, Dyspepsia,
Piles, Rheuinatisn; &c.
The great points are. it is not bad to take,
never gives PAIN and NEVER leaves one
For all these things it is warranted unequall
ed, and all who do not find it so may return the
bottle and get their money, Comstuck & Co.
l prietors. 59 Poydrss st , New Orleans.
Dr. Larzelt's Juno Cordial or Pro.
For both male and female-prescribed as an
effectual restorative in cases oh debility., impo
tency, or harrer.ness, and all irregularities of
nature. It is all that it professes to be. viz:
Nature's grand restorative and remedy for
those in the married state without offspring.,
Use Dr. McNoir's ACOUSTIC OIL, fur
the cure of Deafness. Also. all those disngrea
ble noises like the buzzing of insects, falling of
water, whizzing of steam, which are symp
toms of appronching deafness. Many persons
who have been deaf for ten, fifteen, or 'twenty
years, and were subject to use ear trumpets,
have, after using one or two bottles, thorwn
aside their trumpets, being nade perfectly
well. It has cured cases of .ten. fifteen, and
even thirty years standing of Deafness.
Price $1 per flask.
Connel's iflagical Pain Extractor.
TH E WORLD'S WONDER,-pronminc
ed so by all who have ever used it. Sold in
this place by J. D. CHASE,' is a sovereign
remedy for Burns, Scalds, Sore Eyes and
Nipples, Eryseplns. Barbers Itch. Cuts,.Erup
tions of the.Skin, &c.
Hays' Liniment for the Piles,
The worst attack of the Piles are atTectually
and permanently cured in a shoit time by the
use of the genuine Mays' Liniment. Hundreds
of our first citizens throughout the country have
used this Liniment with complete success. It
is warranted to cure the most aggraved case.
Caion,-Never buy it unless you find the
name of Comstock & Co., upon the wrapper.
proprietors of the genuine article, or you are
chealed with a counterfeit.
Mlother's Relitf-Indian Discovery.
AJI expecting to become mothers, and anx
ions to avoid the pains, distress and dangers if
childbering. are earnestly entreated to calh
their fears, allay their nervoistess, and scolhe
their way by the use of this most'extraurdinary
vegetable production. 'T'hose who will cndidly
observe its virtues, must approve of it in their
hearit; every kind and affectionate husband
will feel it his most solent duty to alleviate the
distresa his wife is exposed to, by at safe atd ccr
t:in mietho.d, which is, the tise o'r the iuMother'.
Ieep Y'our Pcet Dry.
Renmemnber, to preserve health, the facts5hioild
ho kept dry, anit that the OIL OF TVANIN
renders leaither water prioof aind doubles its du-:
rabhility. Also tised for H arness aind Carriage
Cams tack iS' Co.'s Concentrated Fluid
Extract of Sarsaparilla.
For the cure of Scrofula, Chronmc Rhenmn
tism, Gleneral Debility. Cuitaineous Diseasese,
Scaly l''rnmptionis of the Skin. TIetter. Pimplles or
Puostuiles ont the Face. Liver AII'ectionis, Mteren..
rial and Syphilas Diseases. Biles from an im
pure lhabit of thme body, Ulcerations of the
Thtroat and Leg., Pamns andl Swelling oh the
Bones, and all Diseases arising ffomn an: impture
state ofilho Blood. Exposure and Imprudence
in Life, Excessive Use of Mier::ury, &c.
This Sarsa parilla is warranted pitiively as
good as nny othier (that cans be mnade at 'one
dollar) at: ja.t half' the pruee of thosgs,, much
advertised, andt ats strong, viz: 50 cents per
bottle, or six bottles fo: $2 50. Renmenmer to
ask for Comustock's Sarsamp.nilla, and take not
Dr. Spo/in's Sick Headache Remedy.
Why will you suiter with thatt -distressing
complaint, when a remedy is at hiand that will
mnot htil to cure yoni? This remedy will eff'ec
tnaally destroy niny attack of headache, either
nervous or billionis. It has cured cases of
twenity yeara' standing.
hlave you a Caugla?
.D~o not neglect it-thonsands have met a
premiatirre death fur mthe wanit of attetiion to a
cotnon Cold. Huavo .3on a Cough! R1ev.
Dr. Barthoulonmew'~s EXPECTORANT PINK
SYRUP, will motst poisitively give iclief, and
save you from thait most amwli disease, Pul,
monary Constutmptiotn, which usually sweeps
into the crave hundreds ofthe young, the old,
the lovely tand the gay.
Comastuck Hemwes' Nerce and Bane
A~ INDIAN VEGETABLE ELIXER
is wanrrantedI to cnre an:y case of Rtheumnatismn,
Gotit, Contraicted Chords atnd aluscles. or Stiff
Juinuts, stregthiensu Weak Limbs, and enables
thuse who are crippled to walk again. Use this
article and be cured, or go without it and suffer
as you please. Certificates of cenres by tcle hun-.
dreds eni n be see:: at 59 Poydras street, N. 0.,
where this article is suld only gentuine.
Carlian's Ring Bane and Spavin Cure'
' For the cure of~ Ring Bone. Blood Spanvin,
Bone Spavin, Wind Galls, Splints, and Cirrb
on Horses. Also, CARLTON'S FOlUNDER
o[N'rlENT, for the cure of Founder, Split
Hoof, Hoof-hounid Horses, and Conitraicted
Feet.' Also, all WVnnmds, .Brttises itn the Flesh,
Galled Backs, Cracked Heels. Scratches, Nick
ings, Docking, Cuts, Kicks' &e.
-All of the iabovo tnmed articles are sold only
genuine by CWIlSTOCK-& CO.. 59 Poydras
sti-eet, New Orleants. COM1 STOCK & 13R10
TiERS, 69 Sedond st., St. Lonis, and COM1.
STOCK & CO., 21 Courtland st., New York,
Proprietois of the Original and only Gemitne
Mlagical Paini Extractor. hlas -niso on hand a
complete nerortmuent of Soap~s and Perfumery,
which will lie sold liiwer than at any other
hotuse in the United States, ir cash. .
Also for saile by J.'D. CIIASE, Apothieca
rics' 11:11, 1'dgeflield C. Hi. S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
vs. 'Deri. in Assutmpsit.
R. S. Roberts. Foreign Attachment.
L. Dwelle & Co. . *
VS. Deer. in Assumrpses.
R. S.. Roberts.. Foreign AUachnt.
W. K. Kitchen, Dccl. sr Assurs
R. S.'Robct. - Foreign Auachment.
Lambeth Hopkins, Dc-/f in sit.
R. S. Roberts. - Foreign Auachmest.
J. C Ca.rmichael' Dccl, in Assumpsit.
R. S. Roberts. Foreign Auachment.
H HE Plaintiffs respectively in the several
cases ahove mentioned, having this day:
filed their declarations in my office, and it ap
peaing that the defendant has neither a wife
nor an attorrey, known to be within this State,
on whom a copy of said declarations with a
rule to plead can be served: ont motion of Mr.
Carroll, Plaintiffs Attorney; Ordered that the
sdid defendant appear and plead to the said de.
- clarations within a year and a day from the date
hereof. or in default thereof, judgment will be
rendered against him.
THOS. G. BACON, ca c. P.
Clerk's Office, Elgefield C. H. August28,849
August 29, 1849, ly 32
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS;
Reuben Taylor, Declaratoij
Vs in .
Ansel Cheatham. Attachment.
T HE Plaintiff in the above case havin
this.day filed his Declaration in my Ot
fice, and the Defendant .having. neither wife
nor attorney, known to reside within the limits
of this State. on whom a copy of said Declara
tion with a Rule to Plead can be served. On
motion of Mr. Tompkins, attorney for Plaintif,
ordered that said Defendant appear and Plead
to said Declaration within a year ahd a day from
the date hereof, or judgibent *ill: be awarded
against him by defanit.
THOS. G. BACON. lerr.
Clerk's Olfice, Edgefield C. H., 23, Aug..184. -
Aug.29th,1849, ly 32.
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
B. J. Ryan, -
Ads. Ca. &a.
B J. RYAN, who has been arrested l
. and is now in the custody of the Slier
ilf of Edgefield District, by virtue of a Writ of
Capias ad Satisfaciendum, at the suit of Rich
ard Fowke, having filed his petition with a
schedule on oath of his whole estate and effects,
for toe purpose of obtaining the benefits of the
General Assembly of this State, cominonly
called the Insolvent Debtors Acts. On motion
of Mr. Atkinson,. Aurincy for Defendanm, pab'
lic notice is hereby given, that the petition of
the said B. J. Ryan, will be heard and con
sidered in the Cout of Common Pleas, for
Vdi:efeld District. nt. Edgefield Court. House
on the first day of October next, or on such
other days as the Court may order during the
terni, 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 ifany they can, why the benefits
of the Acts aforesaid, should thot be granted to
the said B. J. Ryan, and ho be discharged from
confmiement. upon his rxecut'ng thie assigpa
ment required by said Acts.
T. G. BACON, c. a. 3.
Clerk's Ofice, June 16, 1849.
Jnne 20 3m 22
STATE OF SOIJTII CAROLINA.
IN TilE COMMON PLEAS.
WP. JONES. who is now in the ens..
.tody of the Sheriff of Edgefield Dis,. a
trict, by virtue of a writ of Capi:Isad. fatisfaci
endnom, at the suit of Fari-ar & Hlays, Merchants
having tiledl his petition 'vith a schedule ott oath
of his whole estate and efleots, for the purpose of
obtaining thet benefits of the A cts of the General
Assembly of this State, cominonly called the In
solvent Debtors Acts. Public Notice is hbreby
giyen that the petition ofilhe said WV. P. Jones.
will be heard and considered in the court of Canm
:non Pleas, for Edgefleld District, at Edgefleld
Court H1onso on Munday the 6th day of
March next. or on sneh oiter day thereafler,
as thme Court may order during the term comn
mecn on the first Monday in March next,
at Edgefield Court House; and aill the creditors
of the said WV. P. Jones, are hereby sitmtnoned
either personally or by A ttorney, then and there
itn said Court, to show cause tf any they can
why thme petition of the said WV. P. Jontes, shoul?
not'he heard andi considered, atnd the benefit of
the Acts aforesaid should not be granted upont
his executing the assignment reqtuired by. the
TIHlOS. G. BACQN. Clerk.
Clerk's Olice, Edgefield C. H1.9th Aug., 1849.
Anguist 15 - ' i3te 25
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
iN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Medy Mays and others, A pplicants
William lill and wife Sarah. Nan
cy Broindaway, widow of Benjamin I.
lBroadawvay, dec'd, Aletha Mal ys,
Jesse Mays, and Abney Maya, chil- -
dren of at deceased grandson, (Ab
ntey C. Mays,) Defetdanti.J
IT appearing to moy satisfaction that the
.3.above tnmed Dlefendants, (Distributees,)
of1 the Real Estate of Abnmey Maya. w~hodepmar
ted this life in the yearu one thousand eight hun-4
dred antd four, residiiig i the neighborhood of
Cambridge, Edgefield District, at the time of
his death. These are therefome to cite and ad
inmish the above named -Win. Hill and wife
Sarah. Nancy Broadaway wvidow of Benjamia
Brouaway, deceased, Atetha~ Mays, Jesse
M~ays, and Abney Masys, children oh a decea
sed grandson (Abiney C. Mays,) Defendants
and Distributer-as aforesaid, to be and appear
in tmy office on or before the first Monday in
October next, to shaw cause if any-they can,
why the Real Estate of the said Abney'Mlays,.
decensed. should not be sold thr Partition, or
thieir consent to. the same will be entered of
Record Gliven under tmy hand at my office
the ninmth day of July A. HD. L 184 .E.D
Jtuly Ii 1849, 32t 25
J3iew Boot and' Shoe
WIJZERE Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes
'ire inile in a most superior style of fit
Gentletmen wva:ting cork soled, doable soled,
wvater proof, walkitig, dress, patent leathier.
antd a fitne ptop)I soled BOOTS, need but
leatve their orders with the subscriber.
mtarchi 1 tf C