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. L. -BONHAM
MILL ptractice LAW and Equrlry id- the
Southern Cireuit, comprising the Dis
trictof EDG EFiEr.), ORANG EBUno, BARNWELL,
Co.rs and BEAUFORT. -
His Office is at Edgefield Court House.
Aug. 221, 1849, Gn 31
DR. E- F- TEAGUE
D ESPEOTFULLX offers his profesional
servicewinAthe practice or Medicine. Sur
ey,. and -Obsicirics, to the Citizens of Edge
Seld Village and vicinity. - Office in the Drug
d(ore of.Drs. Bland. Teague & Co.
- ay 9, if 16
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ILL be round in his office at Edgefield
V Court House, adjoining Bryan's Brick
Store, on. Saturdays, Saledays, and Court,.
He will attend promptly and strictly to busi
neDin his profession.
- January 10, tf 51
THOS. W. LANHAM, .
T. J. WHITAKER,
-IFor Tax Collector.
L. A. BROOKS,
SAM PSON B. IMAYS.
F. W. BURT.
B. F. GOUDEY'
WM. L. PARKS,
-WN. H. MOSS.
- - VIRGIL M. WHITE,
HUGH A. NIXON.
EDWARD PRESL EY.
W. L. COLEMAN,
WM. 71. JOHNSON,
THOS. G. IIACON,
- EDM UND PENN.
Fall and Winter Goods,
T HE Subscriber has just received, his Fall
and Winter Stock of Goods, consisting
of all kinds i.f
WORSTED GOODS,_BLACK BOMBA
ZINES. -ALPACCAS AND FANCY
SILKS, for LADIES DRESSES.
A LAROn L. or PRINTS OF ALL XT DS
Fine Borinets.and.Bonnet Ribbons,
6 Ainslin Workud_Collars,
Silk. and Woollen Shawls.
A SPLENDIDLOT OF.NEGRO SHOES,
Groceries, Hardware. Crockery, Sh,ies, Sad
dies, Flats and Cap of ull kinds.
which will be sold very fow,.and a liberal dis.
count for Casih.
B. C. BRYAN.
September 26 St . .361
To Physicians, Druggists
-AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
Dr. J. N. Keeler andI Bro. most respectfully
solicits attention to their fresh stock of~ English,
French, German and Amerikan Drugs, Medi.
cines. Chemicals. Poimts. Oils Dye Stinfls,
- - Glass Ware, Perfumery, Patcent Medicines, &c.
-Having opened a new store,' No. 294 iMmaket
~ St. with a full snapply of Fresh Drnigs and Aled
- icines, we respectfully solicit Gountry de:tlers
to examine our stock before purchasing else
where, promising onc and all who may feel dis
posed b: extend to us their p:stronage, to se-ll
them genuine Drngs atnd Medicines., on as hb
e ral terms as anyv other .htouse in the City, and
to faithfully execute all orders entrusted to us
promptly and with dispatch.
One of the proprietors being a regular phy
sician, affords-ample guarantee of the gennme
quality of all articles sold at their establishment.
We especially invite drug!gists and country
- muerchants, who toay wish to become agents
for Dr. Keeler's celebrated Family Medicems.
(standard and popular remedies,) to forward
c their address.
--Soliciting the patronare of dealers, we re
- nain, J. N. KEE LE R & BRLO.,
Wholesale Druggists, No. 294 Market street,
S eptember 19 149. _ly3.
Land & jNegroes for sate.
TH E Snbscriber desirous of quitinig the
farming business, will offer for sale at
public outcry, to the highest binder, on Wed
- -.nesday the 5th of December next, his valuabile
pantation taeaout7 miles from Edgefield
C. H. on the Newbcrry Roaid.
* The Tract contains 500 ycrcs, more or less.
* being a part of the plantation formerly ownted
by Maj. J. S. -Jeter, deceased. On the premi
ses are a comfortable ~dweling, suitaible for a
- -small family and eseveral onit buildings. 200
acres of said tract is well timberedab.
Also eleven likely youIng Negroes. consisting
of men. womeni and' children. Also the pre
-senit years Crop, consisting of Corn. Fodder
- and b~ats, Horses and Cattle, and Plantation
TERMs-The land will be sold on a credit of
one and two years: Note and approved secuiri
- ties, with interest from date. rThe Negroes,
- -Crop, and Stock. one-third cash, the balance
- 12 months credit by Note and appioved secu
ite. - N. J.- BLACK.
Oct.,13, 1849, 7'39
Log Creek Lands For Sale.
- 1H E Subscriber offers for sale hiis valna
- ble tract of land, sittnated on Log Creek,
- about seven miles north of Edgefield C. Hotuse,
- containing five hundred (500) ncrcs, more or
loe, ad.o' nling lands of Mrs. Nancey Blocker,
- A.T. Ho ges, John Butrnsanid others, one hall
-of whicn s woodlanid well timbhercd. Oin the
* remises are a good Dwelling anid Negro
-hcuses, Gin house. Blacksmith Shop, anid all
-necessary out bisil.lings. The land is well
adapted to growitng Corn, Cotton and Small
Glin. The tract is well watered.
Also the growing cili of Corn and Podder
and four Males, one Wagon and suntdry arti
* dces too tedions to mnetiion.
The land,.it not disposed of at private sale,
will be sild at Edg'efield Court Hoiuse, to the
highest bidder, ott thte-firut Mlonday in Decem
ber next. Termis made known on the day of
sale. al. D. WELLS.
Hamburg . 0,- 0. F, Academy.
IIE Exerciset or this institution% was re
Ss6tied'on .Ionday (he .24th .Sept. n1t.,
und.er the direction of Mr. DAVID F. GRIF
FIN. Tminn per quarter-for R1esding. Wri
ing, Englis Grannar, .Geogriphy, Arithna
tic and Iistdry, (ancient and modern) .5 50
With or without any of the lreced
ing studies; the higher English
braiches, viz: Algebra. Geone
try, Triennometry. Surveying,
&c. &c., and tho ancient Lan
gunges. . . . 8 8 00
At 11sic, ..... $10 00
Use of Pano, . . . $2 0()
Terms-Pitynctit quartcrly, in advance.
Each quarter to contaiin cleven weeks.
The Trustees take pleasure in being able to
announce that they have secned the. valuable
services of Mrs. GRIFFIN, who will give her
personal attention to the fenale departsent.
Parenta and guardians, desirous of sending
children as paying or beneficinry scholars, wil
make application to the trustees.
SASJUEL TROWBRIDGE, W
J. Ii. ANDERSON, S
.W. WALKER, -
H. A. RENRICK.
S. T. BRIT-iON.
W. W. SALE,
ITamburg, Oct. 17, 1849, 4t 39
JAUNDICE. DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, D18EASE
OF THE KID.NEYS,
And all diseases arising from a disor
Liver or Stomach in bolk
Male and Female:
* Sui as onstipation, Inward Piles, Fttllnes,
or Blood to the Head. Acidity of tIhe Stfianel,
Nansea, fleart-birn,.Disgust for Food. Full
ners or~weight in the - Stomach, Sour Erneta- I
ions, Sinkitng or Flmtering At the pit of the
Stomach,. Swimming of the Head, Hurried
atind Difficult Breathioig, Flutting at the Heart,
Choking or Suflicating vensations when in a
lying posture, Dimnes of Vision, Dots or webs
before the Sight, Fever and dull pain in the
Ilead, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
of the Skin and typs, Pain in the Side, Back,
Chest, &c., Sudden fl.ashes of Hoat. Burning
iii the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of eyil and
p,reat depression of Spirits can be effectually f
Their power over the above diseases is noi
excelled-if equalled-by any other prepara- a
tion in the United States as the cures attest, in I
many cases after skillffil physicians had railed.
Derangement of the Liver and Stomach are
sources of Insanity, and will also prodnce dis.
ease of the Heart, Skin, Lungs and Kidneys,
and lays the boly open- to an attack of the
Cholera, Bilions, or Yellow Fever, and is gen.
erally the first cause of that most baneful dis
Opinions of the Philadelphia Press.
. December 31st says:- -
AN INVALUABLE MIEDICINE.-We
have'frequently heard the Celebrated German
Bitters, manufactured by Dr. Hoofland, spoken C
of in terns of comamendwtion, and we know (
deservedly so. It is a ton common practice..in I
certain qua.ters. to pniff nil manner of useless 1
trash, bst it the case'of the ab-ove Bitters, han- a
dreds are liying witnesses of their grea( moral
and physical worth. - As a medicine for the
Liver Complaint, Jaundice'-Nervous Debility
and Dys'pe psia, it hasbeen fonn inv..uable,
effectiigscures and thorouighly eradicatting-dis
eases. when all-other medicir,es lhave failed.
We fe.ll convinced, that ini the us~e of the Ger-1
man Bitters, the patienat adoes not brcome de bil
itate, but const:amly gains strengthl atnd vigor b
to the framec-a facet worthy of gient considera- o
lion. The Bitters nire p)leasant mn taste and
smell, and catn he ethuninistered under any cir
.umnstances, to the mtost delicate stoach. In
deed, they cani be aised by di persorns with the
most perfect safety. It would be well for thiose
whao are much affected in thae Verv'ous systemt,
to comttence with otne teaspoonful or less, and fI
gradally inicrease. WYe speak from experi.. a
ence, anad are of course, a proper judge. Thae.
press far and wide, have nnited in recoinmnend-.
ing tIe German Bitters, and to the afilicted we
most cotdially :idvise their a:se.
"aSPIRIT OF TH E TIES,"
June 24th says :
"IDO OUR GOOD CITIZENS who are
invalhds, knowr the many astonishing cures that
have peen performed by Dr. Hooflaind's Cele
brated Germani Bttters ? If thtey do not1, we
recommend thaem to the "Geran Medicine
Store," all who are afflicted with Liver Coin
plaitnt. Janndice, Dysplepsias. or Nervons Debt.
ity , the Doctor haus cured many of our citizens
after the best phtysicians htad failed. We have.
nsead thetm, and they have proved to be0 a medi
cite ltat every one shaonid know of, and we
cannot refrain ~giving our testimnony in their frt
vor, and that which gives them greater chum
upona our humnble eff'ort, thecy are entirely Vege
Can stronger testim<.niy lim adduced by any
Preparation beforo the putblie ? A single bottle
will convince any oane of their power over dis
ease. They are entirely Vegetable, arnd wvill
permnanently destroy thte most obstinate eastive.
ness; and give strength and vigor to the framne,
at no time debihatating the pratientt being also
grautefitl to the mnostldelicate stomach untder any
cironanstances. annd can bn administered wiith
perfect safety to delicate infants-they are free
from Alcohol, Syrup. Acids, Calomer, and all
mianceral and injuriouIs ingredients.
Thecy can be taken at all times and under all
circumstancs, no ordinary exposure wcill prevent
them having a salutary et , and no bad result
can accrue from an over dose.
Fot sale, wholesale atnd retail, at the princi
pal Depot, GERMAN M EDICINE STORE,
No. 278 Race Street, Philadelpin.
For sale in Edgefield by G. L. PENN
Coltutbia by BOATWRIGHT & MlOTr
Augusta by Wn. H AINS;and by respectable
dealers generally throughout the United States,
July18 1849, ]y 26
Brought to the Jail
OF this District, on the 9th instant, a
.Pnegro man, who says hi. name is JAR
R ETT, and that he belongs to Mr. Benjamin
Rice, living within four miles of Union Court
House. Said fellow says he is a blacksmith,
and has a- very largo scar on his left arm, just
below his elbbw, -caused by a burn; lie also
Ihas a large dark spot or molo covered with
hair, on. the lower part of' the loft cheek.
He is abo~nt five feet si and half inches high,
between 25 and 28 years of age and light
The owner is reqnested to come forward,
prove prosperty, pay charges and take bim
away, .or he will be dealt- with as the law
ditects. I. R. SPANN, ,. . .
Marchl13, 1B49 I f S.
and for,sale by.
G, L. PEN'N, Agent:
- Ji.ly 18 tf 26
-110-3 the very increnrl eattiged ex
. tended to the subsriber,he.hien -in
luced to improve his HOUSE .n&REMI
SES still further, and .'vould: respetffilly An
inunce to his former pations And. tkbublic,
li t Ie is now well prepared to mikii-all-com
1,rtalle who may favot- I6hi vitlh-a-ed.
The STABLES and CAIRRIAGE HOU
5ES have heen -enlrged and improed, and
3ersons lenving horses may depend 6'on haV
ug therm well attended to. - .
ffORSES and CARRIAGES alwy n rea:
liness to convey passetgers to, nid .iroim the
tail Road. or to'any part of the Cotnitry.
.. 'WM. KETfHtA?.
Hamburg, Sept.'19,1849, 3m;35
HAMBURG, S. C.,
OHN' A. l[OUSTON having.'4pken .the
above Establishment respectfully 'oliciis
lie patronage of his friende and theinbhe gen
rally. The building' is at present undergoing
horough repairs. Good STABLESrind also
I LIVERY STABLE will be' conilcted with
lie HOTEL. The establishment will:be opeii.
d on the Ist of October next.
August 29. 1849.. 3- 32
1ET The Abbeville Banner will please insert
br three Months and direct its accdmntto J.
k. Houston Hamburg, S. C. -
ORNER OF CHURCH AND 40EZ" STREETS,
Charleston, S. C.
TonRn.LT KEPT BY CHARLES 1. MIT.
AMES W. LAMKIN &. JAMES Ml.
p HURST having taken the:above exten
ive and well known Establishment, solicit the
inlronlage of their friends ana the public gen
Charleston S. C. Ancust 1, 1849, tf 28
HE undersigned, having associated
-themselves in business under the name
nd style of DUNBAR & GARMANY, for
he purpose of transacting a general GRO
ERY BUSINESS, in tOis place, -respect
lly invites the attention of Planters to their
leavy Stock of all the leading articles of
eneral consumption. They may be found
,t the stand recently occupied by B. 8. Dun.
ar, and nearly opposite the stand formeily
ccupied by G. W. Garmany,, where they
i1l be happy to receive their former friends
nd patrons, together with the -public at
We are determined to keep constantly on
and a stock unsurpassed by any ever ofered
this market, and believing our facilities for
uying Low, to be equal to any in the place,
e will always be prepared to sell. at the
)west prices, either for Cash or, on time to
pproved customers. Having rented the'
Vare-House formerly occupied by B. Elliott,
nd placed it under the charge of an expe
ienced man, we are prepared t3 offer equal
dvantages in storage with any Ware.House
I the place; and -Jiberal Cash -Advances
,ade, at all.times, on Cotton stored with us,
r on shipments made' to G. W. Garmany &
o., Savannah, whose charges will be as
w as usual!y made by other Factors. The
ighest prices paid at 'all tinies f6r. Cotton
nd other produce brought to marXet.
B. S. DUNBAR,
G.- W. GARMANY.
Hamburg July 3, tf 26
[BEG leave to return my thanks to the
Ipublic for the liberal patronage heretofore
estowed on me, and solicit a. continuance
f the same for the new firm.
B. 5. DUNBAR.
I BEG leave to return my thanks to the
Ipublic for the liberal patronage hereto
ir bestowed on me, and solicit a continu
ce of the same for the new firm.
.0. W. GARMANY.
Chieap Goods in Store.
i0 Rh1ds Prime % 0 sugar
10 Hlhds. conninon N. 0. Sugar,
20 " choice Porto Rico, Stugar,
25 Barrels claried
5 " crushed "
2 " powdered"
5 Boxes Woolseiy & W*oolsey -double
refined loar sugar,
2 " Chanrleston double refined loa
20 Hlhds. M uzsco,vado Molasses.
5 " Trinidad "
50 Barrels New Orleans"
10t) Barrels No. 3 Mackerel (large size,)j
20 Kits No. 1 "
125 bags prime Rio Cofree
40 " " Lagnugra-"
20 " " old Cuba :
30 " " old .Java '.
6000 Lbs. Union' brand white Lead (No.
extra and pture,)
300 Gallons Linseed Oil,
2 Barrels Train"
301) Lb.. Patty in bladders,
125 Bo,xes wi~ndow glasir(allsizes.)
75 Kegs Eastern nails (assorted)
l,000h Lbs. assorted Swedes ron,
500 -" Casteel (&andersons,)
Germnat and Blister steel,
400 Pieces heavy Dundee bagging,
100 Cols hemp rope,
10 Bales htomespunt (Augusta manufac
5 4 a' (Graniteville Company)
8 -" heavy cotton Osnab,utgs,
20 boxes sperm candles,
2(3 * A damanrinue canidles,
10 "' H ull & Sons patent candles,
30 flhds. bacon sides (western,)
4000 Lbs. country Bacon.-:e
3 Tierces Rice~ &c. &c.,
- A L SO
laddles. Bridles, Blankets, Calicoes, Cotton
(rn, Shoes, H ats, Caps, Tnhbs, sugar.cans,
ieves, Tobacco, Pepper, Spice, Giinger. Tea,
ane-sieat Chiairsu, WVood. seat Chatirs, Grind
tones. and many other articles t'oo tedious to
tnnae. DUNBARI &. GARMANY.
Hamburg, July ii,- 1849, if 25
E D GE FIE LD VIL LA GE.
of C ou s w
"A' -7h Rtegi
nent U. S. Infantry, will .contiaue BUTCH
BRING from year to year, andido the best be
~an for his patrons. -
~CH1AlLES MARTIN GRAY.
Jnly 11 1841), -. tf 25
GODSecond-hand Camrriage, nearly
new. . W.P.BUTLER.
OcL.3, if 37
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Charles Smith, and wife,
and others, -
Jane W. Anderson.
OTICE is hareby given that by vir.
NW tue of the Decree of the Court of
Equity in this case, I shall proceed-to sell
in three or more parcels, at -Edgefield IC.
H.. on the first Monday in December next,
the following real. estate, belonging to the
estatle of John Andersn, deceased, viz:
'One Tract of Land, containing Iwo thou
.nfd one hundred and furty (2140) acres,
'nore or less, lying on Cuffeeiown Creek,
%and adjoining lands of Luke Devore, Geo.
C: Mayson, Edmund B. Belcher, Leroy
H. Mundy, A. T. Traylor, Peter Quaitle
bum and James.. Harrison.
Said Lands will be sold on a credit of
one and two years, eqal instalments, ex
cept for so much as will pay the cost of
this suit to be paid in cash. Purchasets to
give bond and good sureties to secure the
S.. S. TOMPKINS. C. E. Ea D.
Comm'rs. Office, Oct. 8, 1849.
October 10, 4t 38
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Robert Meriwether, and
others,, - Partition.
Archy Crafton, and others. J
1 OTICE is hereby given, that, by vir.
toe of an Order from the Court of
Equity in this case, I shall sell on. the
premises, (on the Ware Tract,) on Wed
,nesdav, after the First Monday in Decem
her next. being the 5th day -of December,
the real estate of Thomas Meriwether, a P
larger portion (1) of which is woodland, as
- No. I of the Upper Tract, containing by
survey of D. White, D. S., Elx hundred
acres, lying on Stephen's Creek, adjoining
lands of the estate of Jeptha Sharpton. the
estate of John Middleton, and Tract No.
2, of the Upper Tract of said-estnte.
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..1,) and the estate of John Middleton,
'in the West by the road leading to Forey's r
Ferry, and on the South by Mrs. Key and
No. 3 of the said Upper Tract. C
No. 3of the Upper Tract, containing by d
survey of D. White, D. S., four hundred
acres, houtided-on the North by the above c
Tract, described as No. 2. on the East and i
South by Mrs. Key and Dr. G. Teuinant,
and on the West by the road leading to
Furey's Ferry, and Tract No 4 of the Upper
No. 4 of the Upper tract or the Locust
Hil) tract, containing four hundied and Ii
t.wo acres by survey-of D. White, D. S.. C
and bounded on the North-and East by the =
above tracts described as No. 2 'and the s
Furey's Ferry road,on<the South and.West.
hv the Estate of Jojin Middletii, dec'd.%.
No. 1 of the Lower-or Ware tract, con
taining by survey.of D. Whiie. D. S., four
hundred-and fifty six acres. adjoining lands
of Thomas McKie, -Nos. 2 n~l:4. of the e
Lower or Ware tratct, reservitng the use of in
thte spring, known as the -poplar spring, oi
near the residence of Thomas. McKie, to ol
the said Thonaa McKie and his awife. du. A
ring their lives.
No. 2 of the Lower or Wore tract, con- g
taining by survey of D. White, O. S., six
hundred and twenty-six acres, lying on C
Stephen's Creek, adjoining lands of Thos. y
McKie. the estatte of John WV. Garrett, J. a.
A. h ouston, and Nos.1 and 3 of the Low- a
er or Ware tracts..
No. S of the Lower or War6 tract. con- 0
taining by survey of 1). Whbite, D. S., six
hutndred and fifty acres, lying on Stephen's i%
Creek and adjmining lands of Robert Mer- ,a
riwether, Joseph Crafron, and Nos. 4 and tI
2, of the said upper or Ware tract, hi
No. 4 of thte Lowver or Ware tract, con- er
taining seven hundred and thirty-six acres,
by survey of-fD. White, D. S., adjoining C
lands of A. T. Crafmn, Joseph Crafion,
and Nos. I and 3, of the upper or Ware
No. 5 of the Lower or Ware tract con
tining by suirvey of D. White, D. S., one
hundred and t wenty-etght acres, adjointng
lands of William Dearmond, A.'T. Craf- c
ton, Thomas M~cKie, and on the easut by n,
the road leading to Furey's Ferry, and No 1,1
of the Lower or Ware tract.]
A L SO as
All the personalty of the 4aid Thomas II
Merriwether, after taking off' the share E
of William R. Meriwether, deceased, 0
consisting of Negroe-s. Horses. Hogs. 'Ft
tIe, Corn, Fodder, plantatio'n Tools &c., a
Said Lands will be sold on a credit of c
one and two years, .except for so much as a
will pay the cost of this suit to be paid in f~
cash. And as.to the personalty, a credit of
Purchasers to give bond and good per
sonal sureties, to secttre the purchase
A T. Crafton, Robert Merriwether and
Joseph Meriwether, living tear 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.
(T The A bbeville Banner and Augusta
Chroniele 'and Sentinel will copy once a '
week titl first Monday in Decemnber,- and
forward bill to
Oct. 3,1849 . 9t 37 n
LnmpOil, Candles &c. 3
-O9GA LLONS Lampu Oil, a choice a
'200 Gallons Lamp Oil. (summer strained.)
'200 " Train Oil.
1N.Boxes Sperm Canidles. -.
15 " Adamantine Candles..
10 " Hall's Candles.
For ale by- H. A. KENRIICK. ]
Hamburg Sept. 5, 1849, tf 33
BJrass Round4 Buckets. a
.0 DOZEN Bras. Bound Buckets,;a stupe
rior article. -For sale by
H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg. July 24 1849. . tf 27
.1Puddings, Pies, &c., viz: Lemon Vanilla,
Ahnon and Rose, just received, and for
sale by G. L. PENN, AGrrr. hl
Auan.iS s t 30
DRS BLAND- TE
Wholesale and Re
RE constantly. receiving new ar
. dtidton to their large ,nd we
AMERICAN, MrENCH & ENG
DRUGS and MEDICINES-all
pure and of approved- manufacit
They offer also, PAINTS, OILA
. LASSWARE, BAR'SOAP. F
CY NOTE PAPER, -LETTE
OPES for same, INK of all colour
nd HAIR BRUSHES. SURGICAL INSTR
ANEOUS ARTICLES, comprising a full as
The attention of Physicians and Planters is c
pplies can he furnished at AUGUSTA PRIC
iscount for cash, and in suoh quantities as may
The importance of*tfiese advantages must be
farket, incuring breala e id delay-incident.to
LANTERS will d6 well to call and see ts.
Edgefield -C. H., October 3,.1849;.
. L. JEFER9, V. S. COTIR4
WARE-HOUSE & CO-MMI
MA RKET-STREET, Uamburg
NAKE this meth6d ofti'forming their friends
L still continue.thie-WAREIIOUSE and C
lace and Augusta,'Ga. tey fer their service
OTTON. FLO&R. ACON, 8;c.. RE
IANDISE, BUY GOODS for PLANT
Their Ware-House in Augusta is on Mcintosl
Their Wate [louse in this place is safe from v
osed to fire.
As they will be constant at their post, promoti
iey are awnr4 will add to their own,) they soli4
are of that liberal patroage heretofore, bestov
LBF.RAL cash advances will be made, when r
Hamburg, Sept. 1.
Ware--House & Com
IHE Undersigned having taken the WAR]
late Qeigor & Knight. respectfrliy 'tender
iton and other produce, forwarding blerchand
The usual advances will be made on consignti
tion of, the WARE-H OUSE. and by unrem
eral share of patronage and hope to give satisl
uly 25, 1849, 6:
The undersigned respectfully ret.orn their gra
eral support and solicit a continuance of the as
lafidetly ricommend. -
ATE OF SOUTf CAROLINA, Dr.
JN.THE COMMON PLEA S. $
O . JONES. who' "'nowitn the cus
V. tody of the Sheriff of algefield Die Bloo
et, by virtue of a writ of Capins nd Satisfaci. -Side
d m, atthe suitoFarrar& Hays. Mrchants moi
ing filed his petition witht a schedutle on oath
his whole-estate and effects, for the purpose of Et
aining the bienefits of the Acts of th e General i
~samby of this State, commonl called the In- in
Ivent Debtors Acts. PublicNotice is hereby M
yen that the petition of the said W. P. Jones. with
ll be heardh nmt considered in the cotnrtof Comi becal
on Plens, for Edgefield District, at Edgefield conti
mrt llouse otn Monday the 6th day of the
arch next, or on such other dlay thereafler, any
the Cotrt may order dnrittg the term cotm- ger'
meig otn the first Mondny in March next, hjeali
Edgefied Court Houtse; and all the creditors
the said WA. P. Jones, arc hereby summoned Ci
ter personally or by Attoriney, thetn and there Frori
said Court, to show canse itf any tihey edo, t
y the petito of the said W. P. Jne1, shottld thi
~the heard and conusidered, aid the benefit of TI
Acts aforesa,id.shotld not be granted tupon the
executitng the assignment required by the corr,
dAs. T ROS. G. BA CON, Clerk. medi
lerk's Office, Edgefield C. H. 9th Aug.,1849 Cl
Angnust 15 I3te 25
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA - '
EDGEFlELD) DISTRICT. tress
IN EQUITY. .-e,s
muel Lowry and others, Balfor~ Parition and
scar . ..of John Lowry's Cont
arLowry, Oliver Atkins Eae. . remt
id others. . wort
TI appenring to my satisfaction, that John J. had1
Sweatman and Clarity his wife, if alive, very
d Thomas Reams, Celia Reams, Demaris tity I
ars anid Daniel Swentman. some of the stop|
efendats in this case, -are without the limits restc
this State, on motion by Mr. Wartdlaw,.
aititif's Solicitor, orderred, that the defendants Swc
ove named appear- iiCthis Honorable Court,
d plead. answer or -demur. to the Bill in this [EuI
use, within three rijonths frbm the publication
this order, or that'said Bilr be taken pro con-.
iso ageinsit them. wvort
8. S. TOMPKINS, C. K.-K. D.
Commissioner's Oflice, August 20, 1849. m
Anut 22, 3m 31 to th
ATE OF SOUTHI CA ROLINA.
iN T HE COMMON PLE AS. I
tavid Stalnaker, for ) i
H. Hughes, Declaration ' ha
Vm. L. Cochran.J
4H E plaintiff in the above case having'this t~
Eday filed his dteclaration m.Lofyice,
nd thc .efendant haviung neither wif ncrrat
irue), known to reside within 'the limits- of Tar.
i State, on whom a copy of said declatation, she
'ith a tule to plead, can be served, On motion do
Mr. Wardlaiw, Plaintiff's Attorney it is corn
rdered, that the said defendant appear and Iung
ead to the said declaration, within a year and a P
sy, from the date hereof, o' judgment will be
warded against himu by defatult. N
TH O. G. BA CON. Clerk. dreue
dgefield C. H..Clerk's Ollice,1ith Nov. 1848 each
oeiber 8 ly 42 -4
l eW Flour,, - -
rom Tumbling Shoals' Mills.
UST receive Twenty-Two Bartls. Super- Al
j Bie Flour in Flat H'oop Barrels; fraun theO C. 8
bove celebrated Mills. aiid for sale by- a
G. L PBNN. AGErr. Co.,
August 15 . tr - 30 - e
Jusgt RceCIVed. - CFe
LBS. Choice Georgia made Cas.
0BIs sew lonr, and Jos fBcno
and yet at - LAD& BU.TLER'S.
Augusti 6 ~ I
&GUE'& COi ;
d fresh. supplies in :ad.'
I selected .STOCK if
LISH CHEMICALS. -
of which are waranted.
re, imported under the
. WINDOW GLASS,
I.PAPERI, ENVEL ..
UM ENTS, FANCY and MISEL
iortment of all articlei'in their line.
illed to the, important fact, that thei
'ES. on six months time,- five per can -
obvious to thosea'rading -t a reipo
1 , E - BUCKMAST
. . C.-WATBRPAOOF,..
g, G.-F1REPROO t
and the public'generall that the
OMMISSION BUSNESS in is -
, EIVE and FOR.WARD. ME
'RS or AERCHANTS. -
-street, in the centreof the COTTON
rater and isolated, .thereforea-notcex.--;
ng the interest of their friends, (kh. -
it and hope to merit and receive a fu .
ed, and for.which they iow rieitir-:
Pquired, on any produce in Store.* - -
EFFERS, COTH&AN#-& CO..,
. m 33
-HOUSE of GIGER& PARTLOWj
is services in the Siorage ad sale o -
ise and purchasing to order' &d.when
1ent. .1 trust from the favourablejo.
iiing attention to busiaess, to~obstain a'
- W. B. BRANNON
n - 8
ieful thanks to their palrons for they'
me for W. B. BaAi ie1, whom their
GE IGER. &.KNIG HT
R6gers- -onioind Syrup
?AFE andi.ertain'inre forCONSUM -
T1:N (F TBF H.'LUNGS spitting o
iQ1 Coughs Colds? Athin,-Pain .n.the.
Bronhitis, Hlooping Congh and alk'
y Affections. -' - K
its froni Certificates whiclh- can be seen
full by calling upon the Agent.':
r A. L. Scovil.-Having been afflicted
a most distressing Cough, unti mny Lq,igs
ie affected to such a degree that I was.
nially spitting blood; and being under
are of a n able physician, without obtaining.
elief until I procured a bottle of.Dr. Rod'
Liverwort and Tar, which restored me to
h in a very shor t time..
icinnati, Nor. 5,1844. -
Sthe HIon. Jndge William Burke, later
armter of the city of Cincinnati for wore
im t'venty years.
te statement of Justice Finch is entitled ie
illest confidence or the public. I can fully
borate what be has said, having used the
eine nyself with the most decided beneft.
ncinnati. Au,g. 12, 1845.
RERARABJr CURE OF CeNs$NIP lOW.
r. SconU-1 was taken with a -most die.
ng congh, and my lungs became so dis.
that [ bled in a short time several q,narth.
reduced so low that all- of my. fr:ende,
3venl my physicians. thought 1 must -diie of
mmtion! My~ brother hearing of .the
rk'ble cures made by Dr. Roger's Liter-'
and Tar, procnred a bottle, and before N
ken one half of it, it seemed-to gob to th
seat of the disease. I raised a large que..
f' phlegm and matter, and.ray cough wes
ied as by a charm.- And by its use -I was
red to perfect elth - -THE~
rn to and subeeribed thiis26ih Novj,$MW.
H. E. SrsacKa, Mayor of Cincinnat.
ract froni;a Letter fromthe'Rev. Henry
r. A.; L. Scoi'i-As Dr. Rodger's Liver
and Tar has been the mneans of snatching
ompanion from a premature .grave! I
auder the obligation to give my:infuence
e circulation.of so valuable a medicine.
itriot, Gallia -co-,. 0. Dec. 23,1846. HNYWSMN
[From'Dr..Wilson.] " ' .
have been the family- physician pILr.4
aman .for the .last twelve years; dingX
time Mrs Wiseman ha en o
diseased lungs. And Ainally alI.the.~!P
or Pulmonaiy Gonsnmptioni aped.>- 4
lie usual remiedies.failed., TAt.this'tiesi,;
enced using Dr. Rodger's LIverworirapd.f
It acted 'like a' charm. In a fwdy
leclared herself nearly well.- I have no.
it of its virtues, and wpuld chieerfully re
nend it to persons afflicted' with diseased
r'H.'R. WILSON, M.ID,
triot, Gaflia county,g0hio- -
BEWARE oF. Conriarsr'rs.
B.-The genuine~article-is signed. "hi*
Rogers," on the engraved wrapper uround.
E arc-i1 per bottle, or six bottlesfe'r
Sad w.holesale and retail by.
-2 8 COV1L & MEA~;~ -
:113 Chartres st., N. Orlealis.'
General Agents' for the Southern: States,.
o, sold by .GEO. L PENN,.Edgesheld
.WARoLaw & D'inpv, Abbewillq C (,.
RRTT & Co.,-an'd HiATL.AND, RItEY&
AigustaGi., arid~ HIavA .a*.Hannar
a., and P.-M. Conmi, Chaarleston, South
b. 28. w6
NTCKY RIFI'E POWDER, h,i
lbA Canister.. sFor ale by. "
imbug d.nly,248,~ ( ' 7