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, 1. L. JEFFERS, W. S. COT
WARE-HOUSE & COY
McINTOSH-S TREE T, Aiu1g
T AKE this method of informing their fr
1 still continue the WAREHIOUSE an
place and Augusta. Ga., they offer their ser
COTTON. FLOUR. !BACON, tic.,
CHANDISE, BUY GOODS for PLAT
Their Ware-House in Augusta is on MIl
Their Ware-House in this place is safe fr
posed to fire.
As they will be constant at their post, prc
they are aware will add to their own,) they
sbare of that liberal patroaage heretofore b
- LIBERAL cash advances will be made, wl
Hamburg, Sept. 1,
Ware--House & C
HE Undersigned having taken the #
- late Geigor & Knight, respectfully tel
Cotton and other produce, forwarding Merc
The usual advances will be made on con
cation of the WARE-HOUSE. and by u
liberal share of patronage and hope to give
July 25, 1849,
" The undersigned respectfully return thei
liberal support and solicit a continuance of I
THOS. W. LANHAM,
T. J. WHITAKER,
For Tax Collector.
F. W. BURT.
B. F. GOUDEY,
WM. L. PARKS.
L. A. BROOKS.
SAMPSON B. MAYS.
H. T. WRIGHT,
VIRGIL M. WHITE,
HUGH A. NIXON,
W. L. COLEMAN,
WM. H. MOSS,
T OS. G. BACON,
OLIVER TOW LES,
WM. M. JOIINSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAdW.
WILL be round in lisa office at Falgefield
-Court House, adjoining Bryan's Brick
Store, on Saturdays, Suledays, and Court,
Hie will attend promptly and strictly to busi
ness in his profession.
January 10 , f 51
DRI. E. F. TEAGUJE
RESPECTFULLY offers his professionial
services in the practice of Medicine. Susr
gery, and Obserics, to the Citizens or Edge
*hfid Village and vicintity. Oflice int the Drug
store of Dra. Bland. Teague & Co.
May 9, tf 10i
CORNER~O of CURCti AND QUEEN STREETs,
Charleston, 5, C.
FORMERLT KEPT BY CHARIEs H. MIoT.
JAMES WV. LAM1KIN & JAMES M.
HURST having taken the above exten
sive and well known Establishment, solicit the
patronage of their friends atnd the public gen-.
Charleston S. C. Angnst 1, 1849, if 23
Tobacco & Snuff.
BOXES Manutfacturcd Tobacco, va
t 7rious qalities,
- 10 Boaes Thnnnas' Tobacco, a superior article,
Maceaboy and Rappee Snutff,
-Mrs. Miltens Fine Cut and Smoking'robacco,
For sate by H. A. KEN RIGK.
llamburg, Jurly 24 1849, tf 27
FOR fiworig Ice Creams, Sauces. Jellies
..Puddings, Pies, &c., viz: Lemon Vantilla,
Almonz and Rose, just received, and for
sate by G. L PENN, AGENT.
- Antust 15 t 30
I BOX vcry superior quality, just received
ad for sale by
G. L. PENN, Agent:
July 18 tf 26
FOR Mending Broken Glass and Earthern
Ware, a supply on hand of this valuable
'EMEIT', for sale by
G. L. PENN;, AGENxT.
August 15 ir 30
KENTUCKY RIFLE POWDER, in
- o. Caaistess. For sale hy
ri. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, July 24 1849, tf 27
LOOK! LOOK!! LOOK!!
* TU H E SutLnaeriber at the sign of thte Gol
den Shoe, has opened near the Spann
Hotel the buimess of Dlack & Gunstnithming, in
all its branches. In shoeing horses and int all uthi
- er work of his tra-k, he warranits to give full
Gumnsmitling is done in all cases for cash.
L-RAN, E. J. BUCKMASTE R, S
iarg, S. C.-WATERPROOF,
ends nod the public generally that they it
d COMMISSION BUSINESS in this f
vices tn RECEIVE, STORE on SELL
RECEIVE and FORWARD MER- d
VT ERS or HERCHANTS.
ntosh-street, in the centre of the COTTON t
am water and isolated, therefore not ex- d
moting the interest of their friends, (which o
solicit and hope to merit and receive a full j
mstowed, and for which they now return E
ien requirrd, -on any produce in Store. v
JEFFERS, COTHRAN, & CO. c
ARE-IIOUSE. of GEIGER & PARTLOW, JC
ider his services in the Storage and sale uf B
haudise and purchasing to order &c. when
signment. I trust from the favourable lo
uretiting attention to business, to obtain a S
W. B. BRANNON. B
r grateful ihanks to their patrons for they jc
he same for W. 13. BRAN NO, whom their at
GEIGER & KNIGIlT. I
T OWNSANDS Sarsaparilla. For sale at
BLAND, TEAGUJE & CO. a
Druggists, Edgefield C. I. August 1, 28
PPNG'S Sarsaparilla. For sale at d
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. II. August 1, 28 h
R. WISTA R'S Balsam of Wild Cherry. J
For sale at
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. H. August 1, 28 ft
AIYRE'S Cherry Pectoral. For sale at jc
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO: H
Druggists, Edgefield C. II. August 1, 28
R OWAND'S Tonic Mixture. Forsaleat o
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO. s
Druggists, Edgefield C. 11. August 1, 28 b
ASTING'S Compound Syrup of Nap.
tha. For sanle at
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Drnggists. Edgefield C. I. August 1, 28
L UCINE Cordial, (a certain cure for Bar'.
renness.) For sale at
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists. Edgefield C. H. August _, 28
AMERICAN Hair Dye. For sale at
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO. d
Druggists, Edgefield C. H. August 1, 28
L IME Juice. For sale at it
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO. G
Druggists, Edgefield C. H. August 1, 28
F AINESTOCK'S Vernuifuge. Forsale at .
DLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Diuggists, Edgefield C. II. August ], 28
OY & Scotch Snuf. For sale
arugits, Bd TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgnfield C. 1. August L, 28 N
HUISBANDS & Heawrys Caleined Mag,. I
nesia. For sale at
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgeficld C. H. August L, 28]
A SUPERIOR atuticle of Eau De Culogtue, jy
prepared andl for sale ~at
BLAND, TEA&GUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. LI. August], 28
ROWAND'S Approved Flap Pessary's. 'i
For sale at
BLAND, TPEAGUE & CO.* I
Draggists, Edgefield C. I. August L, 28 a
5 9OUNCES Sulphate Quinine. a
- or salo at C
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. H. August L, 28 y
P UR[IFIED Chuinoidine. For sale at C
.37 BLAND, TEAGUE & CO. el
Druggists, Edgefield C. H. August], 28 t<
C [rTRAS Ferri and Quinine. For sale at
BLAND, TEAGaUE & GO.
Druggists. Edgefield C. HI. Augustl1, 28 _
TMPROVE D Scarificators. For saile at
. BILANDJ, T1EAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield . I. August 1, 28
0 UPJ[PING Glasses or all kid.For sale
at BLAND, TEAGUE, & CO.
Druggists, Edgefueld C. 11. August 1, 28
DEAD Shot. For sale at
D BLAND, TrEAGUE & CO. 'j
Druggists, Edgefield C. 11. August 1, 28
'URLINCTN'S Balsam. Fur sale ati
3. BLAND. TE~AGUE& C,
Druggists, Edgefield C. H. August 1, 28 E~
B ALSAM or Fir. Fur sale ath
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists, Edgefield C. 11. August 1, 28 9
C HEESEMAN'S Arabian Balsam. For I
sJdeat BLAND, TEAGUE & CO. b
Drtuggists, Edgehield C. II. August 1, 28
BATESASDrops and British Oil. 8
BLAND, TEAGUE &CO. e
Druggisto, Edgcfield C. II. Atugust 1, 28 C
B EST Writing Ink and Blacking. Fur
saloe ntBLAN D, TEAGUE & CO.
Druggists. Edgefleld C. 11. August 1, 28
CONSTANT LY Receiving from the North
ern Markets newv supplies of fresh aol
genuine DitUGS and MEDWGINES, and all
oher articles usually <ept in ac Drug Store.
BLAND, TEAGUE & CO. I
Druggists, Edgefield C. H. August], 28
New Boot and Shoe
W HERE Gentlemen's Boots anid Shoes
are mtade in~ a most superior style of lit
Gentlemen wanting cork soled, double soledl,
water proof, walking, dress, patent leather.
anid a flue piup solgi BOOTS, neoed but
Iave their orders with the subscriber.
miareb 1: tfi ii
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
[ARY JANE PoPE.
OTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of an order from the Court of Equity
this case, I shall proceed to sell at Edge
Id Court House on the first Monday in
ctober next, the following tracts of Land,
:longing to the estate of James S. Pope,
st. The Mason Tract, (being a part of
tat valuable tract of land, known as the
land Ford Land,) containing Twelve Hun
red and sixteen 30-100 acres, more or less,
-ing in F.dgefield and Abbeville Districts,
a Saluda River, and adjoining lands of Dr.
o. Holland, H. H. Hill, and Theophilus
ill, to which is attached one half of the
blic Ferry at Island Ford over Saluda Hi
.r, also, the Island Tract, below the Ferry,
>ntaining three acres, more or less.
2nd. The William Hill Tract, containing
no Hundred and fifty 38-100 acres, more
r less, lying in Abbeville District, adjoining
i above Tract, lands of Edmund Day,
enry Beard, and others.
3rd. The Thomas Hill Tract,- containing
ne Hundred and ninety 32-100 acres,
ore or less, lying in Abbeville District, ad
ining the last two Tracts, lands of Edmund
ay, Robt. Gillam, Gen. James Gillam, and
4th. The Riddle Tract, containing one
undred and forty-seven and one half acres,
ing in Edgefield District, on Half Way
vamp, and adjoining lands of Mrs. Morris,
rilliam Bradfield, P. Burnett, Se'r., and P.
6th. The Big Creek Trac, containing
hree Hundred and sixty 35-100 acres, lying
Edgefield District, on Big Creck, and ad.
>ining lands of Samuel Webb, J. Richard
n, T. Powers, Jacob Haltewanger, and
6th. The Clouds Creek Tract, containing
hree Hundred and one and three fourths
ares, lying in Edgefield District, on Rowes
ranch, and adjoining lands of J. G.-Rnther
rd, J. Gibbons, Estate of Martin Rowe,
!'d., and John Gibbons,
7th, The Matthews Tract, containing one
undred and eleven and 4-10 acres, lying in
dgefield District, and adjoining- lands of
icob Haltlewanger, Wm. Walton, Simeon
hristie, and Levi Adams.
Sth. The Lime Kiln Tract, containing
rty acres, lying in Laurens District, and ad
ining lands of Pleasant Saddler, Robert
ox, Harrison Daniel and Tilman Smith.
Said Lands will be sold on a credit of one
ad two years, with interest from and after
ao year from the day of sale, except as to
> much as will pay the cost of this suit, to
: paid in cash. Purchasers to give bond
ith good suretics, to secure ihe* purchaso
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D..
Commissioner's Ofice, July 16, 1849.
July18, lit - 26
T the same time, and place, I will sell
on the same terms, (if not previously
sposed off, at private sale,) the tract of
nd whereon Mrs. Mourning Matthews, resi
sd at the time of her death, containing four
en hundred acres, more or less, and adjoin
g lands of A. P. King, Col. Whir. Brooks,
W. Holloway, and otherh.
July 16, lit 2G
State of South Carolina.
ary 1-1. Scurry, and others
ucy Scurry, and enry C. .
OTICE is hereby given that by vir
.tueoof an Order from the Coturt of
ruity in this case, I shall sell at Edge
uld Court Ilouse on the first Monday in
ctobier next, the trarct of laud belo0w des
-ibed, beloniging to the estate-of WVilliam
curry, dec'd., viz:
Trho Mt. Enron Tract, enntainting one
Ltdred and fifty acres, more or less, situt
td in the District and State aforesaid,
rd adjoining hands of John Chapman, Ira
rumley, William Coleman, and others.
Said land will be sold on a credit of one
ear, except for so much-as will pa~y the
tt of suit. to be paid in cash. The pur
lser to give band wvith approved surety
secure the purhchanney.
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D.
Com'rs. Office, Sept. 4, 1849.
Sept. 5, 4 - . . 33
T A TE OF SOUTIl CAROL INA.
IN EQUiTY. .
hn WV. Simpson,
[. 1I. Garlingtotn,5 &I
hos. L. Fowlpr, Survivor, rcosr
& Jno. D. WVright, A dm'r.)
SOTICE is hereby given -that by vir
.tue of tho decree of the Court of
'uity in this case, I shall sell at Edge
eld Court H-ouse, on the first Monday
One House and Lot, situated in the
'own of H- amnburg, on Cetre-Street, and
nown in the pllan of said Town as Lot
lo. (136) one htundred and thirt y-six.
Said land will be sold on a credit of one
d two years, with interest fromz the day
sale, except for so much ac will pay the
,st of this suit, to be paid in cash. Putr
hasers to give bond andI good suretics to
acure the put-chase mnoney.
S. S. TOM PKCINS. . . E. D.
Com'rs O1lice, Sept. 4,'1849.:
Sept. 5 4t 33
iTATE OF SOUT[H CAROLINA,
mamuecl Lowry and others, Bilfor ParUiIo
rs.o. Jo n Lowcrits
Jcar Lowry, Oliver Atkins Estate.
T appearinlg to my satisfaction, that Jo~hn J.
LSweatman and Charity his wife, if alive
.nd Thomns Reams, Celia Reams, Decmar
teams and Daniel Sweatman, sonme of thi
)efendants in this case, are without the limiti
f this State, on motion byh Mr. Wardlawv
'lamtif's Solicitor. ordered. tharthie defendant
-bove named apipear in this H-onorabile Goutrt
nd pclead aniswer or dent to the Bill in thi
ase with'mi three months fromi the pobticatiot
f this order, or that said Bill be taken pro con
esso tgLinst them.
. S. 'T'MPKINS, c.~ E. E. V.
The Great Remedy for Rheumatism, Gout, Pain
in the Side, hlip, Back, Limbs and Joints,
Scrofida, King's Evil, IFite Swellings, Ilard
Tumors, Stif Joints, and all Fixel Pains
Where this Plaster is Applied,
PAIN CNNOT EXIST.
A gentleman in the Smith of Europe and
Palestine, in 1830, heard so much said in the
latter place in fnvor of JEW DAVID'S PLA S
TE t, and of the (is he considered) miraculous
cures he had performed, that lie was inuced
to try it on his own person, for a Lung and
Liver Affection, the removal of which had been
the chief object of his journey, but whici had
resisted the genial and delicious clime.
He accordingly applied a plaster on the right
of his chest where the pain was eated, another
between the shoulders, and one oyer the region
of the liver. In the mean time he drank freely
of an herb tea of laxative qpalitics. iHe soon
found his health improving, and in a few weeks
his cough left him ; the sallowness of his skin
disappeared, hia pain was removed, and his
health became permanently reiterated.
The following is from Mr. Wo-rstel, editor
of the Massillion Gazette, Ohio.
"Gcntlmen-During last winter and spring,
I was so troubled with a pain in breast as to
render me unfit for the ditties of my office:
and hearing your JEW DAVID'S or HE
BREW PLASTER highly recommended for
similar cases, I was induced to give it a trial. I
had worn a plaster upon my breast but a short
time, when all pain left me, and I was enabled
again to engage in the labors of the oflice. I
would also state, that miy sister, residing in
Stenbenville in this State, has received Much
benefit from its use.
Yours, truly, J. P. WORSTELL."
Musillon, Nov. 12, 1843.
It has been very beneficial in cases of Weak
ness, such as Pain and Weakness in the stom
itch, Veak Limbs, Lameness, Af'ection.of the
Spine, Female Weakness, &c. No female,
subject to pain or weakness in the back or
sid-es, should be without it. Married ladies in
delicate situations, find great relief from con
stantly wearing this plaster.
The application of the Plaster between the
shoulders has been found a certain remedy for
Colds, Goughs, Phthisic and Lung Affections,
in their primary stages. It destroys inflamna'.
tion by perspiration.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
CAUrio.-The Subscribers are the only
General Agents in the Southeru States for the
sale of this truly valuable l'laster; and ir, order
to prevent purchasers being imposed upon by
a counterfeit article, sold in this city and else
where, fur the geanino, they invite particular
attention to the following marks of the Genuine:
1st.-The genuine is pit uy in smootI, en
gine turned bottomed boxes, not soldered in.
2d -The genuine has the engraved head of
Jew David on the directions, around thb box,
with accompanying record of Court to E.
Taylor, Rochester. ,
07 SCOVIL & MEAD. Chartres Street,
Wholesale General Agents for the Southern
States, to whom all orders must be addressed.
Sold also; Wholesale and Retail by
JOIN D. CHASE, Apothecaries Hall, Edge
field Court House, S. C., arso-by
[IAVILAND & RISLEY, and J. BARNETT
& CO., Augusta, Georgia.
Feb 14, 1849 ly 4
State of South Carolina.
IN T HE COMMON PLEAS.
Di. J. Ryan,
Ads. Ca. Sa.
B .RYAN, whlo htas been arrested by
. n tisw in the custody of the Slier
iti' of Edgefield District, by virtue of a Writ of
Capias ad Satisfaciendmin, at thte snit of Rlichi
ardi Fowhe, having filed his ptetitiont withi a
schedule ont oath of his whole estate aiid ofiects,
for tue piurpoise of obiaining thu benuefits of the
Genieral Assembly oif this State, conmnonly
called the Insolvenit Debtors A':ts. On maotion
of~ Mr. Atk~insotn, Attorntey fur D~efenidanit, pub
lic niotice is hereby given, that the petition of
the said 13. J. Ryan, will be heard and con
sidered in the Court of Conunon Pleas, for
Edlgefield Disirict. at Edgefield Court Ilouse
on the first dfay of Octobter niexc, or otn such
oilier days as thre Court mtay cider ditring the
term, commnenicing ott the firzt alonday in Octo
her ntext; and all the creditors of the said 13. J.
Ry an, are hecreby stimmned either personally
or by Attortney, thetn anid there in said Conrt,
to show cause ifaniy they can, whly thre benefits
ttf the Acts aftoresaid, shuild i.ot be granted to
the said 13. J. Ryan, atnd heo be discharged from
coinfinementt, upon his exect'ttg the assigns
menit requited by said Acts.
Tr. G. BA CON, C. F.. D.
Clerk's Office, June 16,18419,
STATE OF SOUT11 CAROLINA.
IN TIlE COMMON P'LEAS.
W TP. JONES. who is now in the etns
V.stody of the Shterifi' of Edgefield Diss
trict, by virtue of a wvrit of Citpias ad Sattislhi-i
cndum, at the suit oif Farrar & Ilays, Merchants
hiavinug tiled his petiiti wvithi a schedtule on oath
ufhtis nt hole estate anid ellects, for the putrpose of
obtaininig thiebcenefits of the Acts of the Genieral'
Assembly of this State, commonly called the it
solvent Debtors Acts. Public Notice is hereby
giyent that the petition of the said W. P. Jontes,
will be heardt amti considered in the cotirt of Com-.
mutt Pleas, for Edgefield D:rict, at Edgefield
Court Iouiseon Ott Mnday the 6bth day of
ltanrch nuext, or ott such other day thereafter,
as the Court imay order during 11he term com
metncinag ott the first Mloniday ini March next,
at Edgetield Court House ; and all te creditors
of the said WV. P. Jonecs, are htereby simtnmoned
either personally or by A ttorney, thent and there
iii said Court, to shouuw cause it anty they can,
why the petition of the said WV. P. Jonies, sliouluf
riot'hie heard and conisitdered, and the betnefit of
the Acts il'orcsaid shtouhl itot ho grantted iuon
his execiitimg the assigtnent required by the
'ThIOS. G. BACON. Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Edgefield C. 11. 9th Auig.,it1-9.
Atmznst 15 I3te 25
- of C n's i' .xv
- 4 A " 7th Itegi-~
mnut U. S. tIfantry, wvill cotuitiuo BU TC h
ERING front year to year, and do the best lie
cani for his patroits.
CIlAttLES MARTIN GRAY.
July I111849, tr 25
.Pure Cider Viniegar.
IILLS. Supemior quality, just received,
and for sale cheap, biy
-0. L. PENN. Agent.
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASE
OF TIlE KIDNEYS,
And all diseases arising from a disor
dercd Liver or Stomach in both
Male and Female :
Sneh as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullrness
or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heart-birn, Disgust for Food. Full
ness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Erncta
lions, Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the (lead, Hurried
and Difficult Breathing, Fltter ing at the Heart,
Choking or Snflicating sensations when in a
lying posture. Dimnes of Vision, Dots or webs
before the Sight, Fever and dull pain in the
Hlead, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back,
Chest, &c., Sudden flashes of Heat. Burning
n the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of evil and
reat depression of Spirits can be effectually
Celebrated German Bitters.
Their power over the above diseases is not
excelled-if eqalled-by any other prepara
tion in the United States as the cures attest, in
many cases after skillful physicians had failed.
Derangement of the Liver and Stomach are
ources of lnsanity, and will also produce dis
ease of the Heart, Skin, Lungs and Kidneys,
and lays the body open to an attack of the
Cholera, Bilions, or Yellow Fever, and is gen
,rally the first cause of that most baneful dis
Opinions of the Philadelphia Press.
-' THE DISPATCH,"
December 31st says:
AN INVALUABLE MEDICINE.--We
ave freqently heard the Celebrated German
Bitters, mannfactured byDr. Hoofland, spoken
f in terms of conmendation, and we know
Deservedly so. It is a too common practice, in
:ertain quarters, to puff all manner of useless
crash, but in the case of the above Bitters, hun.
Ireds are liying witnesses of their great moral
md physical worth. As a medicine for the
Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Nervous Debility
and Dyspepsia, it has been found invaluable,
af'eting cures and thoroughly eradicating dis
anses, when il other medicines have failed.
We fell convinced, that in the use of the Ger.
man Bitters, the patient does not become debil.
itated, but constantly gains strength and vigor
to the frame-a fact worthy of great considera
on. The Bitters are pleasant in taste and
smell,-and can be udministered under any air.
sumstances, to the most delicate stomach. lih
Jeed, they can be used by all persons with the
nost perfect safety. It would be well for those
who are much affected in the vervous system,
!o commence with one teaspoonful or less, and
gradually increase. We speak from experi
nce, and are of course, a proper judge. The
press far and wide, have united in recommend.
rg the German Bitters, and the afflicted we
rost cordially advise their use.
"SPIRIT OF THE TIMES,"
June 2dt1h says :
"DO OUR GOOD CITiZENS who are
tnvahds, know the many astonishing cures that
ave peen performed by Dr. loofland's Cele
brated German Bitters? If they do not, we
recommend them to the " German Medicine
Store," all who are afflicted. with Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia. or Nervous Debil.
ity. the Doctor has cured many of our citizens
ifter the best physicians had failed. We have
ted iliem, and they have proved to be a mcdi
:inc that every one should know of, and we
:annot refrain giving onr testimony in their fa
vor, and that which gives them greater claim
ipon our humble effort, they are entirely Tigc
Can stronger testimony be adduecel by hhy
Preparation before the public 7 A single bottle
will convince any one of. their power over dis.
ease. 'rhtey are entirely. Vegetable; and will
permanently destroy the most obstinate costive
ess; and give strength and vigor to the frame,
aut o tinie debilitating thre patient; being also
rateful to the most delicate stomach under any
irumstances, and can be admirnistered withr
perfect safety to delicatc infants-they are fret
from Alcohol, Syrnp. Acids, Calornel, and all
mrinra aind injurious ingredlient.s.
Thnerj can be taken at alt times and under alt
ircumstanrces, no orarili poureST wlt prevcnt
hm hrarng a salutary efcjt, and no baed result
an accruc from an over dose.
For sale, wholesale and regali, at the princi
pal Depot, GERM1AN SIEDICINE STORE,
No. 278 Race Street, .Philadelhia.
For sale in Edgefield by G. L. PENN
Columbia by BOATWRlIGHT & 110T
Angusta by Wmo. H AINS, anid by resp'eetable
dealers geineraully thrroughtont the United States
July .I8 184', ly 26
STATE OF SOUTH- CAROLINA~
IN TIIE COURT OF ORDINARY.
51edy Mlays and others, Aliplicants '
William Ilill arid wife Sarah, Nan
cy Broadaway, widow of Benjamin
Iroadaway, dee'd, Alethia flays,
Jesse Mlays, arid Abnecy Slays, chil-I
drena of a deccased grandon, (Ab
ray C. Mtays,) Defenadants. J
ITi appearitng to moy satisfaction that t
above tnmed Defeindanats, (Distributees,
ol' tire Rearl Estate of Abnrey flays, who dep~ar
ed this life in thre year one thousand eight hutn
ded and four, residinig irn the nieighborhoud o
Camnbridge, Edgelield District, at the tame ti
his deathr. These are therefore to cite anrd ad
monish tire above tramed WVm. lUll arid wif
Sarah,. Narncy Broadaway widow of Bernjamit
Broadarway, deceased, Atelra Mays, Jessi
hiays, atnd Abarey .lays, children of a decea
sd grandlsoni/Abnrey C. Mlays,) Deferadant
ad Djistributees as aforesaid, to be trod apper
irn tmy otlice onr or brefore thre first ftlonmday 1
October nrext, tao straw cause itf any they can'
whry the Rteal Estrate of thre said Ahney Mays
deceased. shosuld nrot be sold for Pa.rtition, oi
their conrsent to tire saame will be enatered
Recarnd. Given uder rmy haird at umy otil
the nrinth day of~ July A. D. 1840.
JOHN lilLL, 0. E. D.
July 11 11 ,]2t , 25
Brought to thle Jail
OF this District, on the 9th instant,
n.7egro rman, who says his name is JARl
RETT, aad that lhe bcbngs to Mr. Benjami
Rice, living within four miles of Union Cour
House. Said fellow says Ire is a blacksmitli
and has a very large scar on Ihis left arm, ju;s
below hris elbbw, caused by a burn; he als
ase a large dark spot or molo covered wit
hair, on the lower part of the left cheek
lHe is about five feet six and half inchres higl
between 25 and 28 years of ago and ligI
The owner is regneseted to come fotrwari
prove property, pay charges and take hri
away, or he will be dealt withi as thre Ia
diacets. H. IR. SPANN, :. E. D.
March 13, 1349 tf S
Brass flound Buckets.
3 DOZEN Briass Ulonnd Bucckets, a supt
~rior article. For sale by
-.IU. A. KENRIGK.
['rrrz ne rue 2.1 1R1 VI f '2
CAN BE GOT ONLY AT TUE
THE GENUINE BALM OF COLUMBIA,
FOR RESTORING THE HAIR.
To the Ladies.
"Long liair is a glory to woman." says Paul,
And all feel the truth of the pious quotation;
Preserve it then, ladies-your glory may fal,
Unless you protect it with this preparation.
If you wish afich, luxuriant head of hair;
free from Dandruff and Scurff. do not fail to
procure the genuine Bahn of Columbia. In
cases of baldness it will more than exceed your
Caruion.-Never bny unless you find 1t
name of Comstock & Co., onthe wrappek of
'Longley's Great Indian Panaced.
Ist.-For Colds and Feverish feelings preA
21-For Asthma, Livet Complaint and Bil;
3d-For Diarrhcea, Indigestion and Loss of
4th-For Costiveness in females and maled,
and Nervous complaints,
5th-For Stomach affections, -Dyspepsia,
Piles, Rheumatism, &c.
The great points are. it is not bad to take,
never gives PAIN and NEVER leaves one
COSTIVE ! !
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, Comstock & Co..
Proprietors. 59 Poydrus st., New Orleans.
Dr. Larzett's Juno, Cordial or Pro.
For both male and female-prescribed as an
effectual restorative in cases of debility, inipo
tency, or barrerness, and all irregularitiea.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. McNair's ACOUSTIC OIL, for
the cure of Deafness. Also, all those disagrea
ble noises like the buzzing of mrsects, falling of
water, whizzing of steam, which are symp
toms of approaching 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, thorwa
as'de their trumpets, being made perfectly.
well. It has cured cases of ten, fifteen, and
even thirty years standing of Deafness.
Price $1 per flask. -
Connel's Diagical Pain Extractor.
THE WORLD'S WONDER,-pronounc
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,-Eryseplas, Barbors Itch, Cuts, .Ern.
tions of the Skin, &c.
Fays' Liniment for the Piles,
The worst attack of the Piles are affectually
and permanently cured in a short time by the
use of the genuine Hays' 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.
Caution,-Never buy jt unless you find the
name of Comstock & Co., upon the wrapper,
proprietors of the genuine article, or you- are
cheated with a counterfeit. -
Mother's Relief-Indian Discovery.
All expecting to become mothers, and anx.
ions to avoid the pains, distress and dangers of
childbearing, are earnestly entreated to Caln
their fears, allay their nervousness, and scotho
their way hy the use of this most extraordinary
vbgetcble production. Those who will candidly
observe its virtues, must npproveof it in their
hearts; every kind and affectionate -husbandsi
will feel it his most solemn duty to alleviata jhe
distress his wife is exposed to, by a safe and.cer
tain method, which is, the use of the Mother's
Keep Yoit Peet Dry.
-Reinember, to p reserve health, the feetshvunid1
he kept dry, arid that the OIL OF TANIN
renders leather water-proof and doubles its da
rability. . Also used for Harness and Carriage
Comstock 4' Co.'s Concentrated Pluid
Extract of Sarsoparilla.
For the cure of Scrofula, Chronic Rheuma
tisim, General Debility. Cutaneotis Diseases,
Scaly Ern puiotas of the Skin. Tetter. Pimples or
Pustules on the Eace. Liver A ffections, Mere.
rial and Sy philas Diseases, Biles from an im
pure habit of the boily, Ulcerations of the
Throat and Leit Pains and Swelling of the
Bones, and all D~iseases arising from an Impure
stata of tho Blood. Expnsure and Imprudence
in Life, Excessive Use of Merauty, &c,
This Sarsaparilla is wvarranted positively as
good as any other (thiat can be made at one
dollar) at just half the priee of those so much
adveitised, and as strong, viz: 50 cents- per
bottle, or six bottles for $2 50. Remember to
ask for Comnstock's Sarsapatilla, and take no
Dr. Spvohn's Sick Headache Remedy'.
Why wvill you suffer with that distressing
complaint, when a remedy is at hand that will
not fail to cure yott 1 This remedy will effece
tuually destroy any attack of headache, either
nervous or billiotis. It has cured eases -of
twenty yeara' standing.
Have you a Cough.?
'Do not neglect it-thousands, have met- a
fpremature death for the waiit of attesition to a
fconmmoti Cold. Hlave Sonu a Cough? Rev.
Dr. Bartholomew's EXPECTORANT PINK
SY RUP, will most positively give relief, and
save yoti from that most awful disease, Pul
mtonanry Consutmption, which usually sweeps
into the crave hundreds of the young, the ol,
thme lovely and thme gay.
Comstock Hlewes' Nerve and Bone
ADINDIAN VEGETABLE ELIXER
r1s warranted to etnre any case of Rheumatism,
fGout, Contracted Chords stnd Muscles, or Stiff
.Joints. stregthens Weak Limbs, and enables
those who are crippled to walk again.' Use this
article and be cured, or go without it andtsuffer
as you please. Certificates of cures by the hun
drcds ca n be seen at 59 Podrasa sureet; N. 0-.
where this article is sold onl genuine..
SCarlton's Ring B~onc and Spavin Cure.
For the cnre of Ring Bone. Blood Spavin,
Bone Spaviin, Winid Galls, Splints, ano Curb.
on Horses. Also, CA R LTON'S FOUNDER
OINTMENT, for thme cure of Founder, Split -
tHoof, Ilonf-bouind Ilorses, and Contracted
0Feet. Also, all Wotunds, Bruises ini the Flesh,
bGalled Backs, Cracked Heels, Scratches, Nick
ings, Dockitng, Cuts, Kicks, &c.
All of the above unamed articles are sold only
Igenluine by COMSTOCK & CO., 59 Poydrasi
Sstreet. New Orleatns. COM STOCK & BRO
T'IlERS, 69 Second st., St. Louis; and COM..
STOCK & CO., 21 Conuland at., New York,
Proprietors of the Original and only Genomue
Magical Pain Extractor. H as also on hand a
inompleto assortmtent of Soaps and Perfumery,
which will be sold liuwer than at any .other
-house ini thme United States. for cash.
Also ihr sale by G. L. PENN, Agent, Edge
field C. II. S. C.
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