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. EXECUTOR'S SALE.
WILL lie sold to the highest bidder on the
seventh dny of November net. he
Real ant Personal istate of the late Janes T.
-- Gray, deceased, as follows:
One entire tract of land, containing. by re
cent survey, eleven thousand nine hu tidred and
- seventy-seven .(11,977) acres, situated on the
waters of the Savannah River and Steel Creek,
Barnwell District. S. C. There are about f
teen hundred (1500) acres cleared land, well
adapted to the cultivation of Cotton and Grain.
There is erected on Steel Creek, about one
and a half miles from the River, a Saw Mill,
containing two saws. with sulficient wat.er pow.
er to drive a Grist Mill and Saw Gin as former
Jy. The river land is heavily timbered with
the growth of Oak, Hickory, Poplar and Cy
press, adjacent to the Mill; the growth of the
upland (about nine thousand acres,) consists
principally of Pine. There is a suitable land.
lug otr the aiver for the delivery of Steamboat
Wood, of which there is an abundant supply,
and constant demand. To a capitalist desirous
of engaging in the. Timber and 'Turpentine bu
siness, and the rearing of stock of all kinds,
the above Plantation offers inducements inferior
to none on the Savannah Rivet. There is near
the ililLa comfortable Overseers Honse. with
a sufficient number of frame buillings to ac.
eomnodate. one hundred Negroes.
The personal property consists of twenty-six
.(26) Negroes, about one hundred (100) head of
Cattle, fifteen Mules and Horses. a large num..
bur of stock Hogs. Sheep, Household and
Kitchen Furnitute, Plantation and Blacksmith's
Tools, from seventy-five to eighty hags of Cot
t-n, from six to eight thousand bushels of Corn,
Fodder. Peas, &c. &c.,
'Ai the same time and place, by consent of
- parties, the tract or tracts of land, know n as
Gray's Hammack, and part of Stave Island,
"adjoining the above, containing about five hun
" . 'dred and sixty (560) acres. Also, one other
-tract on Telfair's Island. on the Savannah Riv
. er,-containing forty (40) acres, known as the
- Terms made known on the day of sale.
D. ARDIS, Executor.
JBaclh Island, Sept. 6, 1849. 6t 36
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
.: EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
- . IN EQUITY.
Robert Meriwether, and
Archy Crafton, and others.
OTICE is hereby given, that by vir
tus of an Order from the Court of
Equity in this case, I shall sell on the
.premises, (oh the Ware Tract,) on Wed
nesday, after the First Monday in Decem
ber next,,beiog the 5th day of December,
the real estate of Thomas Meriwother, a
Slarger portion (j) of which is woodland, as
No.. I of the Upper Tract, containing by
survey of D. White, D. S., six hundred
acres, lying on Stephen's Creek, adjoining
lauds.of the estate of Jeptha Sltrpion, the
estate of ,ohn Middleton, and Tract No.
2, of the Upper Tract of said estate.
No. 2 of the Upper Tract, containing by
survey of D. White. D. S.. seven hundred
and sixty acres, lying on Stepen's Creek,
" bounded on the North by the above Tract,
(No. I,) and the estate of John Middleton,
on the Vest by the road leading to Furey's
Ferry, and on the South by Mrs. Key and
+ No. 3 of the said Upper Tract.
No. 3of the Upper Tract, containing by
survey of D. Vhite, D. S., four hundred
acres, bounded on the North by the above
Tract, described as No. 2. on the East and
S puth by Mrs. Key atnd Dr. G. Tennant,
and on the WVest by the road leading to
Fur~y's Ferry, and Tract No 4 of the Upper
No. 4 of the Upper tract or the Loctist
Hill tract, containing foiur hundred and
two acres by survey of D. White, D). S.,
and bounded on the North and lIast by the
above tracts described as Nto. 2 antd the
Furey's Ferry road,ot the South and West
by the Estate of John idtdleton, dec'd.
'No. I of the Lower or WVare tract, cotn
lamnin by survey of D. White. D. S., four
hundred and fifty six acres, adjoining lands
of Thomas alcKie, Nos. 2 anid;4, of the
Lower or W1are tract, reserving the use of
the spring, known as the poplar spring,
near the residence of Thomas rAlcKie, to
the said Thomna alcKie and his wife du
ring their lives.
No. 2 of the Lower or Ware tract, con
taining by survey of D. White, D. S., six
hundred and twenty-six acres, lying on
Stephen's Creek, atdjoining lands of T1hos.
McKie. the estate of Joqhn WV. Garrett, J.
A. Houston, and Nos. 1 and 3 of the Low
er or Ware tracts.
No. S of the Lower or WVare tract. con
taining by survey of D. White, D. S., six
*hundred and fifty acres, lyinic on Stephen's
Creek and adjotninc laonds of Robert aer.
riwether, Joseph Crafton, and Nos. 4 and
2, of the said uppet or W/tre tract.
-No. 4 of the Lower or Ware tract, con
taining seven huudred antd thirty-six acres,
by survey -of D. WVhite, D. S., adjoining
lands of. A. T. Craftnn, Joseph Crafton,
and Nos. 1 and 3, of the upper or W~are
No. 5 of the Lower or Ware tract con
taining by survey of D. WVhite, D. S., one
hundred and t wenty-eight acres, adjoining
lands of William Doarmonid, A. 'T. Craf
-too, Thomas MicKie, and on the east by
the road leading in Furey's Ferry, and No 1,
of the Lower or Ware tract.
All the personalty .of the said Thomas
MIerriwether, after taking- off' the share
of William R. Meriwether, deceased,
consisting of Negroes. Horses.. Hlogs, Cat
tle, Corn, Fodder, plantation Tools &c.,
Said Lands will bie sold on a credt of
one and two years. except for so much as
will pay the cost of this suit to be paid in
cash. And as to the personalty, a credit of
Purchasers to give bond and good per
sonal. sureties, to secutre the purchase
A T. Crafton, Robert Merriwether and
Joseph Meriwether, living near Furies
Ferry. wvill show the lands to any one de
siring to see them.
S. S. TOM PKINS, c. E. E..D.
Commissioner's Ollice, 2d, Oct. 1849.
Q O7 The Abbeville Banner and Augusta
Cbroniele and Sentinel will -copy once a
* week till first Mlonday in December, and
* forward bill to
Oct. 3,1849 9t 37
-Pusre cViter Vinegars -
BLLS. Superior quality, just received,
and for sale cheap, by
0. L. PENN, Agent.
Julyv 18 tf 26
LE WIS JONES,
T. J. WUJITAKER,
THOS. W. LANHAM,
For Tax Collector.
SAMPSON B. MAYS.
F. W. BURT.
B. F. GOUDEY,
WM. L. PARKS.
L. A. BROOKS.
HUGH A. NIXON.
W. L. COLEMAN,
WM. H. MOSS. -
H. T. WRIGHT.
VIRGIL M. WHITE,
WM. M. JOHNSON,
THOS. G. BACON,
DI. L. BONHAM
W ILL practice LAW and EqeIr in the
Southern Circuit, comprising the Die
triets of EDGEFIEr.D, ORANGEBUaU, BARNWELL,
Coi.LE-ro and BEAUFORT.
His Oflice is at Edgefield Court [louse.
Aug. 22l, 1849, Gn 31
JAUNDICE. DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASE
OF THE KIDNEYS,
And all diseases arising from a d r
dertd Liver or Stomach zn buat,
Male and Female :
Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullnes
or Blood to the Head. Acidity of the Stomach,
Nuusea, heart-burn, Disgust for Food. Full
ness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Ercte
ions, Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the [lead, Hurried
and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart,
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,-Pnin in the Side; Back,
Chest, &c., Sudden fl.shes of Heat. Burning
tn the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of evil and
treat depression of Spirits can be effectually
Their power over the above diseases is not
excelled-if egnalled--by any other prepara
tion in the United States a the cures attest, mn
many cases after skillfuli ph~ysicians3 had fitiled.
Derangement of the Liver and 8tomnach are
nurces of Iusanity, and will also produ~ce dis
ease ofC the Heart, Skin, Lnings atnd Kidneys,
nd lays the body apen: to an attack or the
holera, BDliotns, or Yellow Fever, and is gen
rlly the first cause of thtat most baneful dis
Opinions of thre Philadelphia Press.
' THE DISPATCH;"
December 31al says:
AN INVALUABLE MEDICINE--We
haye fregntently heard thte Celebrated Germian
Bitters, manunihetured by Dr. H~ooflatr~d, spoken:
of in terms of commuendation:, and we .know
deservedly so. It is a too comomon practice, im
ertain gna sters, to pttff all mnann:er of useless
trash, btut itn thre case of the above Bitters, hn
dreds are liying witniesses of their great moral
nd physical worth., As a medicinie for the
Liver Comoplaint, Jaundice, Nervous Debility
and D~yspepsia, it hras been fotnnd invalutable,
ffecting ctnres and thtorongbily erndicatinig dis
ases. when: all other medicines have failed.
Wo fell convyinced, that in thte use of thre Ger
nan Bitters, the patient does n:ot become debil..
itated, bu:t constantly gain:s strength ad vign:r
to the frame-a fact wvorth~y of gacat cunsidera
ton. The Bitters are pleasitmt it: taste and
smell. and can be udministered u~nder any cir
tustances, to thte tmost delicate stomtach. In
deed, they can be used hy all persons wvith: the
tnost perfect safety. It would be well for thtose
who are much afi'ected itn thte vervous systetm,
to comtence with oneo teaspoonful or less, and
gradually increase. We sp:rak frnmt experi
nce, an:d are of course, a proper judge. 'Te
press fair and wide, harve tuited In recomm~end
ing thre German Bitters, and to the afilicted we
nst cordially advise thteir tuse. ~
"SPIRIT OF THE TIM~ES,"
June 24th says:
"DO OUR GOOD CITIZ ENS whto are
invhds, know the tmany astonishing enires that
have peen: performed by Dr. honolland's Cele
brtted'German Bitters? If thtey do not, we
recomend them to the "German Medicine
Store," all who are afflicted with Liver Corn
plait..Jatundice, Dyspepsia, or Nervous DebtI.
it , the Doctor has cured many of our citizenis
aer the best physicians had failed. We have
:sed- thretm, anrd they have proved to be a tmedi
itne thtat every one should kow of, antd we
cannot refrain 'giving ourr testimony in threir fir-.
vor, and that wich gives them greater claim
upon our humble effort, thmey are entirdy Vege
Can stronger testim<.ny be adduced by any
Preparation before tbe public? A single bottle
will convince any one of their power over dis
ease. They are entirely Vegetable, and will
permaontly destroy the most obstinatc costive
ness; and give strength and vigor to the frame,
at no time debihttating the pattetnt; being also
grateful to the most delicate stomach under any
circumstances, and can be administered with
perfect safety to delicate infants-they are free
froAlcoh, Syrup. Acids, Calomnel, and all
mineral andl inju:rious ingredients..
They can tw taken at all timeas and under. als
circumstances, so nrdinaij' exposusre weill prevent
them havingf a salutary efc, and no bad result
can accrue from an over dose.
For sale. wholesale and retail, at ihe priaci
plD ,GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
ND. Race Street, Philadelphia.
For sale in Edgefield by G. L. PENN
Columbia by BOATWRIGHT & MiOT
Augusta by Wmn. HAINS, and by respect~able
dealers generally throughotut the United States,
July. 18 184n ia 26
* - so. Ca.
RO,1 -the very increase' patronaged ex
tended to the subscriber, he has been in
duced to-improve his HOUSE and. PREMI
SES tll further, and would respectfully an
nounce to his former patrons and the public,
that he is now well prepared to-make all com
fortable who may flavor him witlj'call,
The STABLES and CARRIAGE [HOU
SES have been enlarged and Improved, atnd
persons leaving horses may depend. upon hay
ing them well attended to. c
'hORSES and CARRIAGES always in ren
diness to convey pas:mngert to, and. from the
Rail Road, or to any part of the Countrj.
Hamburg, Sept. 19, 1849, 'm 35
HAMBURG, S. C.,
'JOHN A. HOUSTON having' taken the
e above Establishment respectfully solicits
the patronage of his friends and the publcgen
erally. The building is at present .undergoing
thorough repairs. Good STABLES and also
a LIVERY STABLE will be connected with
the HOTEL. The establishmnent will be open
ed on the,ist of October next.
August 29, 1849. Sm 32
I' The Abbeville Banner will please insert
for three Months and direct its account to J.
A. Houston Hamburg, S. C.,
CORNER OF CIURCHK AND QUEEtt:sTRETs,
Charleston, S. C.
FORMFnLT KEPT BY CHARLES If. MItnT.
JAMES W. LAMKIN & JAMES M.
h URST having taken the above exten
sive and well known Establishment, solicit the
patronage of their friends and the public gun
Charleston S. C. Angust 1, 1849, if 28
HE undersigned, having .associated
.3themselves in business under the name
and style of DUNBA R & GARMANY, for
the purpose of transacting a general 'GRO
CERY BUSINESS, in this place, respect
fully invites the attention of Planters to their
Heavy Stock of all the leading articles of
general consumption. They mnay'be found
at the stand recently occupied by B. S. Dun
bar, and nearly opposite the stand formes ly
occupied by G. W. Garmany, where they
will be happy to receive their former friends
and patrons, . together with the public at
We are determined to keep constantly on
hand a stock unsurpassed by any ever offered
in this market, and believing our facilities for
buying r.ow, to be equal to any in the place,
we will always be prepared to sell at the
lowest prices, either for Cash or on time to
approved customers. ' Having rented the
Ware-House formerly occupied by B. Elliott,
and placed it under the charge of an expe
rienced man, we are prepared to ofbr equal
advantages in storage with any WareHouse
in tie place ; and liberal Cash Advances
made, at all times, on Cotton stored with us,
or on shipments made to G. V. Garmany &
Co., Savannah, whose charges will be as
low as usually made by other Factors. The
highest prices paid at all times for Cotton
andotler produce brought tomsrtet.
B. S. DUNDA it,
- G. W. GARMANY.
Hamburg July 3, tf 26
IBEG leave to return my thanks to the
Apublic for the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed on me, and solicit a continuance
of the same for the newv firm.
B. S. DUNBAR.
If BEQ~ leave to return tmy thanks to the
.public for the liberal partronege hereto
fore bestowed on me, and solicit a continu
ance of the same for the new firm.
G. W. GARMANY.
Cheap Goods in Store.
50 flhds Prime X 0 sugar
10 Hhds. comnurn N. 0. Sutgar,
20) ' choice P'ortu Rico, Sugar,
25 Darrels clhi'l
5 " crnshed "
5 Boxes Woolsey & Woolcey double
retinied loazf sugar,
2 " Chaxrleston double refined loa
20 llhdi. M oiicovado Molasses.
50 Barrels Ne w Orleans"
10t0 Unrrels 'No. 3 Mackerel (large size,)
20 Kits No. 1"
125 begs prime Rio Cetfeo
40 " " Layngra"
20 "' " 01h1 Cuha "~
313 a' old Java".
6000J Lbs. Union bratnd nihite Lead (No..
extra aind pure,)
300 GadIros Linseed Oil,
2 Barrels Train "
300 Lbs. Putty in bladders,
125 Boxes wiitdow glass (all sizes.)
75 Kegs Eastern tnils (assorted)
20000 Lbs. assorted-Swvedes f ron,
500 " Casteel (Sandersonis,)
German and Blister steel,
400 Pieces heavy Dundee bagging,
100 Coils hemp rope,
10 Bales homnespuni (Augusta manitfac
5 " " (Graniteville Company)
8 " heavy cotton Osnabuigs,
20 boxes sperm candles,.
201 " Adamanritie candles,
10 "Hull & Sons patent candles,
30 1'hds. bacon sides (western,)
4000 Lbs. country Bacon -
3 Tierces Rice. &c. &c.,
- A LSO -
Saddles, Bridles, Blankets, Calicnes, Cotton
Yarn, Shtoes. hats, Camps, Tubba, Sugar-cans,
Sieves, Tobacco, Pepper, Spice, Giiiger. Tea,
Cne-seat Chairs, Wood seat Chairs, Grind
stones. and many other articles too tedious to
enumerate. DUNDARL & GARMANY.
Ilambutrg, July I1, 1849, 10 . 25
Loaf, Crushed and Pow
O0 0LBS. Loaf Sugar, double
1,000 Lbs. Crushed Sugar,. double 'refined,
L000 " Powdered " ""
2,or sle briie H. A. KENRICK.
H amburg, Sept. 10,1l849, 6t .34
eavy Cotton Domesties.
B ROWN Shirtings and Shectiugs,
Net Silk Gloves,
Belt Ribons-and Laces, new and fresht, can
be had at BLAND & BUTLER'S.
Augusat 15 if 0
DRUGS & MEDICINES
AT AUGUSTA PRICES.
DRS. BLAND, TEAGUE & CO.
Wholesale and Retail 2'r iggists.
RE constantly receiving new and fresh supplies in ad- --
dition to their arge rtnd well selected STOCK of
AMERICAN, FRENCH & ENGLISH CH EMICA LS.
DRUGS and MEDICINES-all of which are waranted
pure and of approved manufacture, imported under the
They offer also, PAINTS. OILS. WINDOW GLASS,
GLASSWARE, BAR SOAP. FANCY SOAP. FAN
CY NOTE PAPER, LETTER PAPER, ENVEL- .,
OPES for same, INK of all colours, PAINT. VARNISH, '
and HAIR BRUSHES. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. FANCY and MISCEL
LANEOUS ARTICLES, comprising a full assrtment of all articles its their line.
The attention of Physicians and Planters is called to the important fact, that thei
supplies can he furnished at AUGUSTA PRICES, ou six months-time, five per cen
discount for cash, and in such quantities as may be desired.
The importance of these advantages must 'be obvious io those 'trading at a remnote
Market, incuring breakage and delay ircident to transportation. PHYSICIANS and
PLANTERS will do well to call and see us.
Edgefield C. H., October 3, 1849. tf 37
H. L.. JEFFERS, W. S. COTHRAN, E. J. BUCKMASTER
WARE-HOUSE & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
MA RKET-STREET, Hamburg. S. C.-WATERPROOF,
McINTOSH-STREET, Augusta, Ga.-FIREPROOF.
T AKE this method of informing their friends and the public generally that they
still continue the WAREH1OUSE and COMMIS810 BUSINESS in this
place and Augusta. Ga., they offer their services to RECEI E. STORE On SELL
COTTON. FLOUR. I3ACON, pc.. RECEIVE and FORWARD MER
CHANDISE, BUY GOODS for PLANTERS or MERCHANTS.
Their Ware-House in Augusta is on Mclutosh-street, it the centre of the COTTON
Their Waro-House in this place is safe from water and isolated, :therefore not ex.
posed to fire.
As they will be constant at their post. promoting the interest of their friends, (whic
they are aware will add to their own.) they solicit and hope.to merit and receive a ful
share of that liberal patronage heretofore bestowed, and for which they now return
LtaAL caeh advances will be made, when reqired. on any produce in Store.
JEFFERS, COTH RAN, & CO.
hamburg, Sept. 1, 3m 33
Ware--House & Commission Business,
T IIE Undersigned having taken the WARE-HOUSE of GEIGEa & PARTLOW,
late Geigor & Knight, respectfully tender his services in the Storage and sale of
Cotton and otler produce, forwarding Merchandise and purchasing to order &c. when
The usual advances will he made on consignment. I trust from the favourable lo.
cation of the VARE-lOUSE. and by uuremiting attention to business, to obtain a
liberal share of patronage and hope to give satisfaction.
W. B. BRANNON.
July 25, 1849, 6m .2
T'e ttnlersigned respectfully return their grateful thanks to their patrons f'or they
liberal support and solicit a continuance of the same for W. B. BRAsYON, whom their
confidently recommend. GEIGER & KNIGHT.
To Physicians, Druggists STATE OF SOUTH CAROL INA
AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
IN EQUIT Y.
)r. J. N. Keeler and Bro. most respectfully Samuel Lowry antid'ieri, - o
solicits attention to their fresh stuck of English. Billfor Partiion
Frrndh, German and American Drugs, Medi. Oscar Lowry, Oliver Atkins of John Lory's
cines. Chemicals, Paints. Oils Dye Stuffs, and ottr. Estat.
fain oened a ie stoe r 2ne , * appearing to my satisfaction, that .John J.
St. with a full attpply or Fresh Drugs and M~ed- SwTeatmnan and Charity his wife. if altve,
icines, we respectfully solicit Country dealer, and Trhontas Reams, Celia. Reams, Demanis
to examine outr stoek before purchasing else- Renmirs and Daniel Sweatmdn, some of the
whre, promising one and alt who nmay feel dis- Defendants mi this case, are without the limits
osed ti extend to ius heir pitroirxge, to sell of this state. on motion by Mr. Wsardlaw.
tem genuine Drugs and Medicines, on as hb- laintifl'a Solicitor, ordered,'that the defendants
eral terms as any other htottse in the City, and above named appear in this lionornhie Court,
to faithfutlly execute all orders entrusted to us anid pleatd. answver or denmtr to ite Bill in this
promptly and with dispatch. case, within three' months fiom the putbication
One of thte proprietors being a regular phty- of this order, or that said Bill he taken pro con
sician, ailiils ample gunrantee of the getnmne fesso aginst them.
qality of all articles sold at their estabilishiment. S. S. TOMifPKINS, c. a. r.. u.
We espec~ially invite drutegists and country Commissioner's Office, Angtust 20, 18419.
merchants, who many wishi to hecome agents Attgust 22, 3m 31
for Dr. Ke~der's Cckibratedl Family Medicines
(stardard and popualar remedies,) to forward Brought to the Jal
their :address- F this District, on the 9th instant, a
Soliciting the patro~nage of dealers. we re- ngomn h ashsnm sJR
holesalo Drn eits, No. 294 1arket stret, R ET T, and that he belongs to Mr. Benjamirn
Phiildi'ltlmia.Rice, living within four miles of Union Court
Sceter e19, 18.19, jy 33 House. Said follow says be is a blacksmith,
-.. and has a very large scar on his left arm, just
STAT E OF SOUTh! CA ROLIN-A. below his elbbw, caused by a burn; lhe alse
EDGE IE LI) DIST R I C. baa a large dark spot or mole covered with
IN THE COMMON PLEAS. hair, on the lower part of the -left cheek,
W P'. JONES. whlo is now in the cins- He is about five feet six and half inches high,
I. tody of the Sheriff of Edlgefinld Dis,, between 25 and 28 year's of age and light
trict, hy virtue of a w~rit of Capinis ad Satisfahci- compexion.
entmn, atihe suit of Farrar & Ilave, Mierchants The owner is requested to come forward,
having filed his petitioni with a schseduale on oath prove property, pay charges and take bir
oflhis whole estate and eftfect-. for thme purpose of away, or he will be dealt with as the latw
otaining the benefits' of the Acts of thme Generat ditects. H. Rt. SPANN, s. E. D.
Anmbly of this Stiate, commonly called the In. March 13. 1S49 tf s
solveint De btors Acts. Public Notice is hereby
iert that thme petition ofthte said WV. P. Jones. LOOI ( LOOJK!! LOOK!!!
vill he heard andI conside red int the couirt of Com-.Fj H E Sntssiribierat th~e sign of the Gol
mon Pleas. for Edgefield District, at Edgefieldd Dde n Slhoe, has opened near the Spanr
Cotrt 1-ouse on Monday -the 0th day of Hotel the bitatiess of Black & Gunsmithing, it
March next, or on stuch other tiny therenfler, all its branches. In shoeing horses and in all oth
as thme Cotnrt tmay order during tlime term com-W or work of his. tra~le, lhe warrants to give ful
mncing on the first Mondnty in March next,- satisfiction.
at Edgefield Conrt H Ionte; and tall the creditors Gunsamithming is done in all cases for cash.
of the said WV. P. Jones, are hereby siummoned ISA AC BRANCH.
either personally or by Attorney, then and thiere May 9 tf, 16
i said Coutrt, to shoiw cause if any tey cnn,
why the pectitnon of the said WV. P. Jonie3, shionld A T T E N T i 0 N
not'he heard and considecred, anid thte benefit of
the Acts atforesaid shtonid not be granted utpion E D G E F I E L D V IL LA GE.
his exeentmtg the assignment required by the
said Acts. L . C. *
TIROS. G. BACON. Clerk. ~ G RAY,
Clerk's Oflice, Edgefield C. H. 9th Aug.,18~49. of C o at P A N Y
Autgust 1 - 3te 25 " A" 7th Regi
__ nmenit U. S. Infantry, wilt continua BUTCH
E!sserseest E RING from year to year, and do the best hi
FOR fhvoring Ice Creams. Sances. Jellies can for his patrons.
Pitddings, Pies. &c., viz: Lemon Vanilla,CHARLES MARTIN GRAY.
Almotn and Rose, jtust received. atnd for Jnaly 11 1849, tf 25
sale by G. L. PENN, AoENT.
August15 - tf 30 New Boot amnd Shoe
1 BOX very superior quality, just received
.1and for sale by
G. L. PENN, Agent:
July 18 tf 25 IYANUFACTORY.
Diam oundCeme t ~~H ERE Gentlemen's Boots anad She
F OR Metnding Broken Glass and Earthern and woremaenp. sueio yeof
FWare, a supply ont hand of this valuable entlermeaning cork soled, doable soled
GEMENTPENNsaGENT water proof, walking, dress, patent leather
G. L. PEN,1Aotf-- and a fne 'pumpi soled BOOTS, need .bu
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Rifle Poteder. WILLIAM McEVOY.
ENTUCKY RIFLE POWDER, in t marcil:1f
10. aniter . A. KENRICK. Tobacco & Snuff'.
llamburg, Jnly 24 1849. ifr 27 Q b BOXES Maamfactured Tobacco, va
Brass- rious qualities.
-B a8Botad Buck'es* 1t) Boxes Thomas' Trobacco, a superior arttcle
6DOZEN Brass Bound Buckets, a supe.. Maccby an und Rappine Tobne,
rir rtc H..o s A. KENRICK. For sale by HI. A. KENRIGK.
The Grea) Remedy for Rheumatism;,.Gout, 'Pai
in the Side, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joints,
Scrofda, King's Evil, White Stallings, Hard
Tumors, Stiff Joints, and ai 'xed-Pairs
Where this Plaster is Applied,
PAIN CNNOT EXIST.
A gentleman in the South of Europe .and
Pales me, in 1830, heard so much said inthe
latter place in favor of JEW DAVID'S PLAS'
TER, and of the (as he considered) miraculous
cures he had performed, that he was induced
to try it on his own person, for a Long-and
Liver Affection, the removal of which had been
the chief object of his journey, but which had
resisted the genial and delicious clime.
He accordingly applied a plaster on the right
of his chest where the pain was seated, another
between the shoulders, and one over the region
of the liver. In the mean time he drank freely
of an herb tea of laxative qualities. He soon
found his health improving, and in a few'weeks
his cough left him; the sallowness of his skin
disappeared, his pain was removed, ad his
health became permanently reiterated.
The following is from Mr. Worstel, editor
of the Massillion Gazette-, Ohio.
"Gentlemen-During last winter and spring,
I was so troubled with a pain in breast as to
render me unfit for the duties of my 'office:
and hearing your JEW DAVID'S or-HE
DREW 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. iheoifce. - I
would also state, that my sister; residing in
Steubenville in this State, has received mclh
benefit from its use.
Yours, truly, J. P. WORSTELL.
Masillon, Nov. 12, 1843, -
It has been very beneficial in cases of Weal.
ness, such as Pain and Weakness in the stom.
ach. Weak Limbs, Lameness, Affection of the
Spine, Female Weakness, &c. No: female,
sublect to pain or weakness in the= back or
sides, should be without it. Married lacihes in
delicate situations, find great relief from cona
stantly wearing this plaster. -
The application of the Plaster between the
shoulders has been found a certain remedy fot
Colds, Coughs, Phthiaic and Lung Affections,
in their prinary stages. It destroys infamma.
tion by perspiration.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
CAToN.-The Subscribers are the only
General Agents in the Sontheru States for the
sale of this truly valuable Plaster; and in drder
to prevent purchasers being imposed upon by
a counterfeit article, sold in this city and else.
where, for the genuine, they invite particular --
attention to the following marks of the Genuiner
1st.-The genuine is put op in smoth, en..
gins turned bottomed boxes, not soldered ii.
2d -The genuine has the engraved head of
Jew David on the directions, around .th.e boy,
with accompanying record of Court to E..
Taylor, Rochester. - -
Ib" SCOVIL & MEAD, -Chartres Street,
Wholesale General Agents for the: Southern
States, to whom all orders qiust be addressed,.
Sold also; Wholesale and Retail by
JOHN D. CHASE; Apothecaries Hall Edge.
field Coun Hpnse, S. C., A.so, by
HAVILAND & RISLEY, and J. BARNETT
Feb 14.1819 ly 4
Dr. Roger's Compound -Syrup of
Liverwort and Tar.
A SAF E and certain cure for CONSUMP
TIuN OF .TH E LUNGS,1 Spiuing. of
Blood. Conghs, Colds, Asthuma, Pain in -the'
Side, Bronichitis, Hlooping Cough and all Pul.
Extracts from Certificates which can be sees
ini full by calling upon the Agcnts:
-Mr. 4. L. Scoil.-Having been afflicted
with a most distressing Cough, until my Lungs
became affected to such a degree that I was
continumally spitting blood; and being under
the care of an able physician, without obtaining
any relief until K pirocuired a bottle of Dr. Rod
ger's Liverwort and Tar, which restored me to
health in a very shoit time.
Cincinnati. Nov. 5, 1844.
From the Hon. Judge William Burke, late
Postmauster of the city of Cincinnati for more
thaii t wenty years. .
The statement of Justice Finch Is entitled to
the fullest confidence of the public. I can fully
corroborate what he has said, having used the
medicine myself with the most decided benefit..
Cincinnati, Aug. 12, 1845.
A REMARKABL.E cURE OF coisUnPvioir.
Mr. ScoilL-I was taken with a most dis..
tressing congh, andl my lungs became so dis,.
eased that I bled in a short time several qnarts.'
I was redneed so low that all of my tiends,
and eveni my physicians, thought Iluuust die of
Consumptioni My brother hearing of the
remarkable cures made by Dr. Roger's Liver- .
wort and Tiar, procnred a bottle, and before I
had taken one half of it, it seemed to go to the.
very seat of the disease. I raised a large qua..
dity of phlegmi and matter, and my cough was
stoppe as by a charm. Anid by its use I was
restored to .perfect health.
Sworn to and subscribed this 26th Nov., 1847.
H. E. SPEacER, Mayor of Cincinnam.
[Extract from'a Letter from the Rev. Henry
Mr. A. L. Scovil-As Dr. Rod ger's Liver-.
wort and Tnr has been the means of snatching~
my companion from a premature grave! I~
feel uuder the obligation to giemy infuence
to the circulation of so valnable a medicine.
pPatriot, Gallia co-, 0, Dec. 23,1846.
[From Dr. Wilson.)
I have been the family physician of Dir.
Wiseman for the lost twelve years; during
that time Mrs Wiseman has been sufernng
from diseased lungs. And finally all the syru.-.
toms of Pulmonary Consumption appeard
All the usual remedies failed. At titis time as
commenced iusing Dr. Rodger's Liverwort ad:
Tar. It acted like a charm. In a few days
she deClared'~ herself nearly well. I have no
doubt of its virtues, and would cheerfully re.
commend it to persons afflicted with diseased
lungs, - H. R. WILSON, M.D.
Patriot. Gallia coutty, Ohio.
N. B.-The genuine article is signed,oA
drewo Rogers," on the engraved wrapper around
(G- PaiCE-S1 per bottle,- or six bottles for
$5. Sokdtwholesale and retailby
113 Chartres at., N. Orleans.
General Agents for the Southern States. ,
Also, sold by GEO. L. PENNEdefiel
C. H., WAanLaw & DErNY, Abbeville C. hi.,
J. BnaRRTT & Co., and HAVuLAiID, RiEta &r
Co., Augusta Gia., ad lIAvi.Anto, HannaLts
&:Co., and P. M. COnEt, Charlestoni, South
Feb. 28 1