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L practice Li and EquTY in the
. r ire - . coe- a ,is i ,.i' lh i
Wfli Oice i6 at Edytiuld Court [lonse.
SAug. 221,1849, 6 131
'ATTORNE AT LAV.
ILL be roaid i hi ffice nt E!gefie!d
- Court Huse, adjuoiniing Bryan's Brick
-Sture, on StFurdays, Saledays, and Court,
Hie will attend promptly and strictly to busi
ness in his professiot. -
.-,Januhtry 10. . tf 51
Edgefield Female Institute.
T 11E TRUSTEKS of he intititimon. au
ioui to elevate its charncter and tusefil
neas, have -recently juirclasei a large id
onifiiniouit la1t.bflanld within the towi, pnim
which they haive erected sitiable bailditgs. and
-now auttlnunce to the public. thit they have
xectared the. seri ices, as itector and General
liad:ructor, of'.lnt. OBER-T II. NICHO.s.
Th'le'institute will boe openaed oi the First
.luMnday in .lanuary ni-xt. Ma. NIC:Iuo.', has
hari many years experience in his profe.-sitii.
Was Prmfessoir in Jeuferson College, Luisiaana,
-its receitly tanght with great sulccess. at
.Urediwood, and has been iiduced to take
charge or this intatitioin, withm a view to a per
maieta' abode aoion--t us.
Thle Trustees colfiJently rtate. that every
facility to -a complete aed filiished Female Edu
cation, will be :dfoarded ti this 1.1stitutionl, ad
mst earnestly appeal to the publie genierally,
.and particularly to the citizens of Edgefield
District. to give it their aid anl paitroiage.
Excellent hoard cnt he obtained at re.asuiin
ble rates inl the town amid its vicimv.
lit-tr'tctressei in al n-ie, . 1ain'ting.
Embroidery, &c., will be contiected with the
The rates fr Tnition, will be rensnale
These, with the regniationit of the Se-sinus, und
otler matters, v ill he publishe t! in. due time.
N L. GIFFIN.
F. H. WARILAW, i
Rt. T. 311.11 S. I
S. F GOODE. -"
Octiober310. d-l'. ir 41
Edgefield Male Academy.
T HE TRUST-'ES of this institutin
have elected Mnit- itomx-.i, Joes.ox, IL'tc
tur, for the casitnag year.
Ma Joulssos. was educated at tihe South
Carolia-Colle-e, and is very favortbly known.
as au Itstructor in a respectaule Academa'y, in
Tlhe Trustees have soine assirancire that Ai.
,JOHSO., will devaote hi.self exclusively toti
lirofession, and fromn his taleits and attain
~n'sents, they contfidently recominend himnolKu
gier'tis Upport alf the co1mtmunity.
TI my mwill be otpenei lay MaLJous
so irat londay in) Jannauty pet.'' ii
shaUlbe elort of the Trutmes, td 64-operate
%vith thewRector. in preetvinsg pmod inatals
aioigst the pupils, and in furnishina' to the
public, the best possible education for their
..-""--'"e-"-.LTf Titmen, rules and reglations. will
known as Tenacher aer --n-en ---- and elsu
where in our District. Tfhe Academya is Ion..
tead in a healthy am tmoral commniunity, five
nmiles. East of Ca lhoitn'st aili s, anmd twelvee
miles South or A~bbeville, C. II.
- The schoLaistic year will be divided into tawn
seasifns of' live maonths each: andm pn pils will be
charged from the time of entering uniti the end
of' time sessin. Exercises to cutameuee ott the
2d1 Mondlay tm Jantuary.
The following are the estabolishedt rates of
kor the elements enmbracinag readlitg,
writig, spelling and maetal exerci
ses itn Arithmetic, per ~.sssin. $G 00~
Tho above with English Gr:aunmar.
Geography, uad Arit'. ima tic, per
sess.ion. S8 DC
The above with Phailosotahy, Chiemeas,
try, Algebra, Geomtetry, &e per'
Session. $10 00J
The abamve with Latin anmd Greek. . ' Sli t,
i7 Good hoanrditg enn am laobtined conite
laient to the Acadetty at $Ji 00) per mthil.
Abbeville, Dist Nov. 1, 1849. 2am 4~2
B Y virtue of snudaary wrnits orl lmieri Fa
cias, to men direr ed. I will pro~eedI
to sell at Edge'field Coaurt lIouamse, aima he
first Mloniday nai T'u'eadaty Emillowm' g mt
January next, the f'ollowing propety, IS
thae folhmwitng cases. 'iz:
WV. A. Ha~rris. Adma'r. air Johnm S. Jeter,
dec'dl. vs..Johna II.15erry', :he tritc' ofr landit
w~here the defenant lives, ;tdjoainin~g l'antd
of' Wma. A. Turner an ot ihers.
L.IH. Mlundly vs. Wash lreemran, nte
lot at Libert y [I ill. containinig nhlonmt ebl:ven~
acres, adljoin'iig lands of Andy Rteynlh:
Whit. iaoks, E x'or. vs John Schutn
pert, the tract of' lond where the adefendaant
lives, containing live h'undered iad "forig
neres, more or less, and adijoinitng hands o1
Sampson Popae, ad others.
S. B. Maya, TV. C. vs Mrs. R. Onecal,
the tract of' land where the def'lendantt live~s
adjoining landhsaof G. . hluiett, anid others,
Terms of Sale,'Cash.
S. CIIRISTIE, S. E. D).
Decd 10. 5:e 46
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Edward W-. Welch,
Susau Whuite, and othecre.
- TY virtue or an order. f'rmn Johno I li1
jsq. Ordintary of Lil5e.eld Ditricet
I shall proceed to sell ait Edge'ldu Cour
lioan~a oan the first Monday in ,tatnar)
next. the lands belinnginag to the estnte o
Abner White. dec'd., sitnate in thae Distri
anmd State afmresnid. ott ITrkey Creek
waters oI Steven's Creek, ;adjoaii: Ioand
of' Isaa Bell. R. T.L. Mimus, D). D. JDrunaso
and the said Edlward- WV. Welch, ennattnit
ing one bundired anad fifty acres, tmaire o
less. oms a credit of' twelve mnahls. Pur
chasers will be required to give bond am
two apaprowed seenirities and a mortgage o
the priemises to the Ordinary to seeneh
purchase mhoney, cost to tbe paid in cash.
29. CH RISTIE, S. E. D.
Dec. 18 3t48
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
1;amuel Lowry, und utheri,
3. . Partition.
Elizabetl Lrtwry, & others.
IN OTICE is hereby given that by vir
A iue of an order rtinn the Court of
Equ1 ity in ibi-4 case, I shall sell at Edge
field Court luose on the first Monday in
Janna y next, the following -reil estate ol
Johnlt Lowry, dee'd., viz:
Tract Mo. 1. containing Iwo hundred
and seven and 3 10 acres, more or less,
lying on Ib.if Way Swump, and adjoining
ilnids. now (.r ion ted lately by Mary Bean,
Th. Paine and Wiley Kemp.
Tract No. 2, cominiog one hundred
and forty five acres, more or less, lying on
Litle Sielhen's Creek, and adjoining
lands of Ce.rge Free, Bryan Dean, and
Tract No. 3, cuntaiing one hundr'ed
and a altf iacres, moeC or less, and adjoin.
ing Idtid, 4r Michael Shaver, Williumn
Strother andi others.
Tract No. 4, containing eighty-six atd
a half acres, more or less, lying on Little
Stephien's Creek, and boonus led by lands
lately. owne.] by Jonathan Wever, de'd.,
Rolert Joies and J1ohnt Lotwry.
Tract No. 5, con:aining forty and 2-3
acres, more or lehs. and bounded by lands
(of William Pudgei. Wright Adams, James
Green. and est:!te of Joi i Thomas.
Soid lands will be sidPd s, a credit of
one and two vears. exerpt for so much as
will pay the cno.t oft his suit to be paid in
cash. Purchasers to give bind ani goid
personal sureties to secure the purchase
S S. S. TOMPKINS. C E. E. D.
Comn'rs. Ollice, 'Dvc. 3. 1849.
Dec. 5,. 5t 46.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Isabella Still. and utwrs,
N OTICE is hereby given that by vir
tue 1$17 all order frosn the Court of
Equit y ilt this case, I shall sell at Elgefield
Court House on the first Monday in Janua
ry text, the fillowitig re.l estate of James
J. Still, dee'd., viz:
The Hsoii' Tract, contain.ing two hun
dred a nd niletyfive. acres, tmore or less,
and adjidning lands of Join Dorn. George
Outz. atd others.
Tie Davii Yonngllood Tract, contain
ing two hunired acres, more or less, and
adjOining lands of John Landrum, James
Dusrn, and. iothbet.
The Old Tract, c'ntaining seventy five
acres. more or less, and adjoining lands of
Geor-o Outz, George Hlumbleton, and
The Saunders Tract. containing one
hiudred awl seventv-three acres, more or
less, and adrjopining linds of Wtin Dean,
I*:lsa Stellens and otihters.
The P'atterson Tract, containing two
hundred atil ninelyine acres, more or
--ss, and adjeining- lands or Juln Stead.
.m. oand others.
The Riclardson Tract, containing one
red :ttoline acres, niore or less. and
'ming thte abtove truect, described its thte
ersoni Traict, Wmn. Deatn. and others.
inid Laands will lbe sold (in a credit of
Syear. e xcepjt for so muc ailtis will pay
the cost oft bis suit to be patid in cash. Pntr
chtasers to) give bond and gisod piersonatl
sureties it secure t he purchase oiney.
S. S. TO.\l PKlN S. c. ix. z. D.
Dec. 5, 5t 4G
STATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA.
Bennett Ilolland, antd.
Elizabetht, his wvife, I
Ma itha K ittiird. antd
NOTICI' is htereby givetn, thmt by vir
.Ltueiof an Order front thte Ciiuri of
Eginity ini this case, I sluulsell att Edgefield
Court House. ont the First M~ontday in
Jatntary te xt, the followitng real estate, be
lontging to the estato of Alexander P. Ki
tnrid, deic'd., viz:
Onte tratct of land containting by survey
of A. R. A be, D. S., certified 30th Oct.
149, four hundredt and eighty-two (482)
acres, sittuateid itn the District and Stte
;foresniil. on Pentt Creek. aind adljointing
Iltnds of TIheophilus II ill, Johnit C. Alleni,
Luke HI. PTylor, ittns P'ermenter and
Said Latnd w'ill be sold ont a creidit of
oneo antd two yeatrs, iti egnial instuhnents,
ecep~1t for so miuch as will pay~ the cnst o
this s'iit, to lie paid int cash. Purchasers
to give bond anid good sureties to secure
the p~urcha~te tmtiney.
S. S. TlO MIPKINS, c a. Ec. D.
Cutomm'rs. O1lice, lDec. 5, 1849.
Dee. 5, St 4
STIATE~ 0OF S OUTIl CARfOLINA
Elisha 0. Robertson, atnd )
1:s. ?. Partition.
Micajaht Rotbertson, and i
- JOTICE is htereby givens, that bty vir
..~ toe of~ the Decree oif the Court oef
Egniity in tbis case, I shall ptroceed to sell
at E.dgefield C. 11., ont the first Mtlsnday
in Jantuary next. the real estate of Lewis
llahrtson, dee'd., viz:
One tract ofh landi conttaining two hun
dred aod sixty acres, ttor~e or less, lying
ont lIard Lahbor Creek, and adjointing lands
of Elishat G. R.'hertsiin, 11. P. Querles,
E. Riobertson, G.-orge Cilemnan, anid the
estte of Hlugh M. Qinnries, dee'id.
Saili Lanids will be sold ttn a credit of oine
antd two rears, except for so tnuch as will
pay the ctost oif this suht, tio be panid itt cash.
Ptrchasers to give botnd and approved
sretes, to sr-cure the purchaise montey.
S. S. TOM PK INS, C. E. E. D.
Cornmr'rs. O11ice, Dec. 4,1849.
Dec. 5, 5t 46
1- PA CKAGES neco Makerel. Nos
1 01. 2 and 3. int whole, hulves and
qarter Biarrels, and Ketts,.
For sale by HI. A. KENRICK.
llatabue;. Nov 26 af 45
State of' South Carolina.
I ames S. Pow. -largarc.
A. Pow, and others,
Joel P. Hill and his wife
N OTIGE is hereby given that by vir
tue of an order from the Court of
Egnity in this case, I shall sell at Edge
field Court hlouse on the first Mondaty in
'January next, the rollowing ieal estai of
Jacob Pow, dec'd., viz:
The llonestead, composed of two sepa
rat: parcels of larod, he portion on which
the residence of deceased is situated, con
taining sevenlmy fiea acres, more or less,
anI one oither parcel containing nine Iun
dred acres, more or less. lying on Aline
and Drv Creeks, and naljoining lands of
lingh Vever. - Wrigi, William Ed
wards, William Wadkins, R%. 11. Bouk
night and others.
The John Pow Tract, containing three
hundred acres. intore or less, lying on
Burnett's Creek and Little Saluda River,
1ad adjoining lands cif T. I. Coleman,
John Mobley, Allen Dozier, and others.
The Richardson Tract, comining one
hundrel and nine acres, more or lesi, lying
on Richlnutd Creek, anti adjoiniig lands
Said lands will he sold on a credit of
two years, with interest from the day of
sale, tx-ept flor so mctrh ais will pay the
cost of ltis snit, to be paid in cash. Pur
cla sen to give hond and good personal
sureties and a Aiortgage f the premises
to secure the purchase money.
S. S. TOm PK iNS. c. E. E. D.
Crnt'rs. Oflice, Dec. 1, 18d9.
Detc. 5, 5t 46
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Jno. L. Carey, and others,
Win. M. Bohn, and others.
N OTICE is hereby given tha. by vir
tie of an Order from the Court of
Eqtity in this case. I shall proceed to sell
at Graniteville, on Monday the thirty-first
day tif Decem.ber next, the following real
One tract of land containing five thou
sand a:res, more for less, situatel in the
D;strict and State afuiresaidi, on Wise
Creek. a tributaty stream of Horse Cree",
and adjoining lands of Darling J. Walker.
i.te Graniteville Manufacturinag Company,
.J. G. 0. Wilkin;on, and others.
Said iand will be sold on a credit of one
and two years, with interest from day of
sale, excejst as to so intich as will pay the
cost-ofhisinitto be pai-I in cash. Pur.
chasers to give bond and good personal
sureties and a morigage of the premises to
secure the liirciase motnev.
S. S. T OMPK INS, C. V. E. D.
Comnrn'rs. Office, Nov. 28, 1819.
Nov 28 5t 45
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN BQ l'. ,.
Lewis Robertson, and oiler -
Win. Morris, amid oilher.
NTOTICE is hereby given, that by vir
tue of an Order from the Court of
Equity ini this case. I shall sell at Edgefield
Court H 'use oni the Fir~t Motnday in Jau
uary next, the following property be
longing tot the estate of James Mlorris,
One Tract of land containing tine butn
drd andI forty-one atnd tine-hulf ;acres, ac
criniig to a lila! certifie'd by Isnaac Bowles,
the 25th Oct. 181I9-eintg a part of the
tract, known as the Blacker land, situated
in the Dstrict amid State nforesaidl, ott
branch waters of Rocky Crteek, andI at!
jiti ng lands oft Jelfferson Sturky, liigdtin
Acherson, anud tither lauds of said Jatmes
Thle Tlract knownt as the Chtappell L and.
cntauinling by plai tf lsane.H~owles, D. S..
ceried the :.5th Oct. 18419, one haindred
ad niniety lite mcres, situated in the Dis
trict tand State aforesaid, on branich waters
of Rocky Creek, atnd adjuininig lands tif
igidon htchisotn, \Vmn. Hracoell, Wmt. B,
T1he Persimmon Branch Tract, ccon
taning by survey of Isaac Bowles, D. S..
et titied the 25th Oct. 18-19, one hundredl
and eight acres, situated in te District amnd
State afoiresaid, on flicky Creek, antd ad
iiig lands of Wit. B. Dorn, and others.
The Old Fiehl Trtict, cotiintg b~y
surey of Iasaac lBowles, D. S., certified
the 25th Oct. I49. ninety ninie acres, situa
med in the Disarict and State aforesaidl. Ott
Rcky Creek, and adjtiintg lands of Win.
B. Dorn, uanid otihers.
Said land, will be silt! on a credit of
ine antt two years with initerest fromn amnd
;dtr omne yeair fruim the day oaf sale, excet
astio so itch as will pay the Cost of this
suit to lie piamd in causht. Purchasers to give
htdantd applu~~ roiveda sureties with a moitrt
gage of the pirenmises to secure the purchase
~S. S. TOM PKINS. c.:x. E. D.
Cttmtm'rs. Ollice. Dec. 4, 18d19.
Dec. 5, 5t 46
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA.
EDG .IIELI) DISTRICT.
Martha l.ays, HI-ratio )
Blease, andi wife & thers
LiydI L. Mlitchell, amnd|
Caoline Mlitchell. ) .
NOTICE& is hereby given that by vir
tile of atn order fromt the- Ctourt of
Euity ini this case, I shamli sell at Edge
hieltd Coiurt llionee on thue first Monday rni
Jauttry tnext, thli fodlowinag reailestate, vtz:
One House atnd Liit, contanmng -
acres, situated imn the Town of Edgefield.
in tile Street leadimtg to Ctolumbia, and
~ondeld oin the West by Joht -M. Wift,
on the North by Mrs. Sarah Laborde, oin
the East by Mrs. Christian's lot, being
the hot wherettn Mrs. Mary Mitchell, resi
ded at her deathi.
Said Lmt will be sold on a credit of one
year, estcept fort sO muoch as will pay the
cost of this stuit, to be paid tn cash. Pur
chasers to give bonmd anud good personal
sureties, and a Motrtgage of the premises
to sege the purchase.
S. S. TOM PK INS, C. ti|. E. P.
Comm'rs. Office, Dec. 5, 1849.
Dec .5 St 46
CO\IPOUND EXTRAUT OF
S 4A R S 'A P? au R lL a I
Tse most extraordinary Medicine in the World.
I:1-This Extract is put up.in quart bottles;
it is six times cheaper, pleasanter. and war
ranted superior to any sold. It cures with
mI vomiting, purging, sickening, or debilhta,
ing the Patent.
The great beauty and superiority of this
Sarsaparilla over all other medicine is, that
while it eradicates disease, it invigorates the
ody. It is one of the very best
SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICININES
Ever known; it not enly purifies the whole
system, and strengthens the person, but it
creates new, pure and rich blood ; a power
possessed by no other medicine. And in this
lies the grand secret of its wonderful success.
It has performed within the last five years,
more than 100,000 cures of severe cases of
isease;'at least 15,000 were considered in
curable. It has saved the lives of more than
5.000 children during the past season.
10,000 Casew of General Debility and
wrant of Nerroun Energy.
Dr. Townsend's Saisaparilla invigorates the
whole system permanently. To those who
hve lost their muscular energy by the use
f medicine or indiscretion committed' in
youth, or the excessive indulgence of the pas
ions, and brought on a general physical pros
tration of the nervous system, lassitude, want
f ambition, fainting sensations, premature
decay and decline, hastening towards that
'atal disease. Consumption, can be entirely
restored by this pleasant iemedy. This Str
saparilla is far superior to any INVIGORA
TING CORDIAL, as it removes and invigo
rates the system, gives activity to the limbs,
and stiength to the. muscular s)steml, in a
most extraordinary degree.
Cleanses and Strengthens. Consumption can be
cured, Bronchitist, Consumption. Liver corn
plaint, Colds, Catarrh. Coughs. Asthma, Spit.
ting of Blood, Sureness in the chest, HeL.tc
Flush, Night Sweats, Difficult or 'rofuse Ex.
pectoration, Pain in the Side, & c. huse bein
and can be cured.
This is only one of more tIhan 4,000 cases
of Rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsa
parilla has cured. The most severe mid
chronic cases are weekly emadicated dy its
WJames Cummings, Esq., one of the assis
tants in the Lunatic Asylum, Blackwell's Is
land, is the gentleman spoken of in the fol
Dr. Townseid, Dear Sir: I have suffered
terribly for nine years with the Rheumatism;
considerable of the time I could not eat, s!eep
or walk. I had the utmost distressing pains
and my limbs were terribly swollen. I have
used four bottles of your Sarsaparilla, and
they have done me more than one thousand
dollars worth of good. I am so much bet
ter-indeed, I am entirely relieved. You are
at liberty to use this for the benefit of the ar
licted, Yours respectfully,
FITS! FITS! FITS!
Dr. Townsend, not having tested his Sarsa
parilla in cases of Fita, of course never recoin
mended it, and was surprised to receive the
following from an intelliget and respectable
Fatmer in Westcbeter county:
FonnmAm, Aug. 13, 1857.
Dr. Townrend, Dear Sir-I have a little
girl seven years of age, who has been several
years afflicted with Fats; we tried almost eve
rything for her, but wvithtout success; at last,
although we could fwmd no recotmmendatin
in our circulars for cases like hers, we thao't
as shte was in very dlelicate health, tie would
give her some of your Sarsan~ailla, and are
very glad we did, for it has not only restorce
her strength, but she has had nao return of
the Fits, to our great pleasue and surprise.
She is fast beccoming rugged antd hearty. for
which we feet gratrul. Yours, respectfu'ly,
JOH N BUTLER, Jr.
FEMIA LE NlEDlCINE!
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign
and speedy cure for Incipient Consumzption,
Barreness, Prolapsus Uteri, or fatlling of the
womb, Pilese, Leucorrrma, or Whites, obstruc
tion or diflicult Mlenetruration, Incontinence
of Urine, or involuntary discharge thereof,
and for the general prostration of the systetn,
no matter whether the result of inherent
cause, produced by irregularity, illness or ac
cident. Nothing can be more surprising thtan
it invigorating effects-on the human frame.
Persons all weakness and lassitude, lfromu tak
ing it, at once become robust and full of en
ergy under its influence. It imimdiately
counteracts the nevelessness of the femiale
frame, which is thte great cause of barreness.
It will not be expected of us, in cases of so
delicate a nature, to exhibit certifictecs of
cures performed but we can assure the arii.
tod, that hundreds of cases have been report
ed to us; thousands of cases where ft mnilies
have been without childuen atter using a few
bottl-s of this invaluable medicine, have
been blessed with fine, healthy ofisprmng.
Great Blessing to .M.ilhers and Chiildren.
It is the safest and most effectual medicine
for purifying the system, and relieving the
sufferings attenidant upon childbirth ever dis.
covered. It strengthens both the tmother and
child, prevents pain arnd disease, increases
and enriches the food, and those who have
used it, think it is indispensable. It is hightly
useful both before and after confmepment, as
it prevents diseases attendant upon childbirth.
In Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swelling of
the Feet, Despondency, Heartburn. Vomit
ing, Pain in the Back and Loins, False Pains,
Henmorarage, and in regulating the Secre
tions and equalizing the circulation it has no
equal. The great beauty of this Medicine
is, it is always safe, and the most delicate
use it most suCcesstully.
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Townsend is almost daily receiving o'
~ers from Physicians in diffecrents parts ot the
This is to certify that we, the undersigned
Ptysicians of the City of Albatty, have in
numerous cases prescribed Dr. Townsen d's
Larsaparillat, and believe it to be one of the
mnost valuable preparations in thme market.
II. P. PUrI&x G, M. D.
J. Wrr~sozv, M. D.
R. B. EntiG Cs, M. D).
P. E. EtaENOuR, NI. I).
Albany, April 1, 1847.
C A UTPIO.
Owing to the great success and immense
sale of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a num,'
her of mien who were formerly og Agents:
have commenced making Sarsaparia Ex.
tracts, Elixirs, Bitters, Extracts of V ellowt
Dock, &c. They generally put it up int the
same shape bottles, and some of theta have
stole and copied our advertisementag they
are only worthless imitations and should be
For sale in Edgefield at the DRUG AND
GzaixAT. STORK by G. L. PENN,
March 14, i184n y S Agenat.
D R UGS & I
DRS. BLAND, '.
Wholesale and R
A RE constantly receiving nev
dition !o their Inrec aid
AMERICAN, FRENCH &E
DRUGS and rMEfDICINES
au p ure and of approved manuf
| new Ilaw.
They offer also, PAINTS,*C
GLASSWARE, BAR SOAF
CY NOTE PAPER, LET
OPES for same,. INK of all co
and HAIR BRUSH ECS. SURGICAL INS
LAN EOUS AwrTICLES, comprising a ful
The attention of Physicians and Planters
supplies can he furnislied at AUGUSTA P
discount for cash, and in such quantities as i
The importance of these advantages must
Market. incuring breakage and delay inciden
PLANTIERS will do well to call and see u:
Edgefield C. H., October 3, 1849.
Ware--House & C(
T HE Undersigned having taken the IV
late Geigor & Knight, respectfully iten
Cotton and other produce, forwarding Mere
The usual advances will he made an con
cation of the WARE-IIOUSE'. and by ut
liberal share of patronage and hope togive
July 25, 1849,
T'no undeirsigned respectfully return thet
libernl st pport and solicit a continuance of .t
Tic Great Remedy fur Rheumalism, Gout, Pain
in the Side. 11ip, Back, Lim,,bs and Joints,
Scrofula, King's Evil, Whit Swellings, Hard
Tuamors, 6Li6 Juints, and all Fazed Pains
Where this Plaster is Applied,
PAIN CANNOT EXIST.
A gentleman in the South-of Europe and
Palesiine, in 1830, hiesird so ninch said in the
tnter place in ruivor f JEiW DAVID'S.PLA S
TEt, and of the (as he considered) tmiraculous
cres he laad perfisrmned, iliat lie wits induced
to try it on his own person, for a Long and
Liver Alfecion, the removal of which bnd been
the chief iobject of his journey, but which had
resisted the genial and delicious clime.
le accordiigly applied a plaster on the ri-rht
of his chest where the pait was seated, another
between the shoulders, and one oyer the regioti
of the liver. In the mean time lie dmank freely
of an herb tea of laxative qualities. He soon
ontd his lietilth impruving, ad in a few weeks
sis conuh left him; the sallowness of his skin
disapered, his paint was removed, and his
hedtlh becamute permanitenstly renteratedl.
TheIs followitng is frost ir. \Vurstel, editor
of the Mlssilliont Gazette', Oio.
"Genlemen-During last witer and spring,
Iwits so tronbled with a pin itn bresast as to
renudr tme unlit tihr lie ditties aoh tmy otiice:
and he~arintg voour JEW DAVID'S or lIE
lBRE\V P'LASTERt highly recommttended ior
simtilar cases, I wao itndutced to give i tia tritnI. I
had wozrt a plaster uon tty breast btut a short
time, whten all painii h-ft me, anud I wtas enasb led
at~int to enuga ge ini the labors of thse oflice. .I
woula d alsoi state, that tty sister, residimg in
Stenbteny dsle in. this State, hsas recei ve.d muach
bettcit Irotm its uass.
Yours, truly, J. P. WORSTE LL."
Mnsillon, Nov. 12, 1813:.
It hass beets very beefijci;al in caises of WVeak
ness. such as Pains and WVeasknes's m the stotms
neith, Weak Limsbs, L~saness. AI~ectiotn of the
Sinse, Fetmale Weaknsess, &c. No femfale,
snbect iio paint or weaknesess ini the bacsk or
sides, shoutld be ni ithut it. Mtarried ladies itn
delaicate situattiost. find great relief from cots
stanty wearinig thsis puhister.
Thes i applienationt of tihe Plaster betwee~n the
shosuldters hats bsen lottnds a ceartatin roeedy for
UCols. Gounelh, Phsthi tic a nds Lisng A ffeetionss,
is thesir prtaary stages. It destroys inflammna
tions by pespirationt.
BEWARE OF COUNTIERFEITS!
CAurios.-TheC Sutbscribsers are the onsly
Gnes.rasl Agets ini the Sssitherns State.' for the
stle of this trtsly vualuable l'ister ; andis order
to presvenut purchasers being itmposed supons by
a cotuterteit article, sold ini this city aind elser
weure. her thse genauine, they inivire particulat
attetion; to thse iiowinug mnarkst of the Gessuine:
ist.-Then genuline is psit ny' ~inomoob. ent
ite tuirned bosttomted bsoxes, tnot .4older'-d itn.
2d -Thie gentinte has the engraved heads of
Jew David isi thes directiotns, sarotnd the box,
with accopanymng record of Court to E.
er SCOVIL & MlEAD. Chsartres Street,
Wtolesniea Genseri Agetits fosr the Southern
Staess, to whom till isrders mutst be addressed.
Ssold nlsso; Wholesale sand lietiil by
. L. PENN. Agent Edgefield Court Hause,
S. C.. ALrSO, by
HAVILAND,& RISLEY,andJ. BARNETT
& CO , A mgusta, Georgia.
Fetb 14, 1849 lyd
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THlE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Charles IR. Ghitont, App't. )Sunmons
RIary Glinton, & others Def'ts. Partition.
I aippesirinig to nmy tiishiictionf ilhat Hetnry
IParkmsan asnd wife Mlary', Samutiel Brotid
water and Muirthia his wife., Distributees its the
Real Estate of Lewis Glint, deceased, reside
beynd the liits of this State. It is therefore
ordred thast tl.ey do appear itn the Gotsrt of
Ordiniry for the Disrrict aforesaid, on or. be
fore thin Iirst Moundasy in lasrch next, to show
cause if atny they htave, why the said lands
siotld niot be dividedi sr sold for Partition.
Givens undser nty hsantd at moy Office thsis the
15th day of November A. D. 1849.
.JOHN [IILL, o. E. r.
Dee5 I8I9 3mt 46
New Buckwheat Flour.
3O BAG S, 20 Boxes, 20 Qr. Batrrehls, 10
HalIf. and 5 BarrelIs new Biuchwheat
Flour. For sale by H-. A. KENRICK.
Nov 26 1849 tf 45
A GOOD Second-hiandh Carringe. nearly
new. W. P. BUTLERi.
Oct,. -, tf 3J7
EAGUE & Co.
and fresh supplies in ad
well selectced STOCK or
all of which are waranted
acture, imported under the
ILS, WINDOW GLASS,
FANCY SOAP. FAN
TER PAPER, ENVEL
nurs, PAINT. VARNISH,
TRUMENTS. FANCY and MISC
I norinment of all -articles in their line .
is called to the important fact. thas their
ICES, on six months.time, five per cn6t
inay be desired.
be obvious to those.irading at a rehtInr
a to tranlsportationu. PH1YSICJANS ad
ARE-DlOUSE of Gxtaxa & PaRTo,
der his services iii fie Storage and 'ali of
butdiae and purchasing.to order &c. whet
lignment. I trust from the favourable 10.
renising; atiention to business, to obtaiu a
W. B. BRANNON.
graReful thanks to their patrons for they
lie same for W. It. BRANNON, m hnm thoeir
GEIGER & KNIGHT.
To Physicians, Druggists
AND COUNTRY MERCiCIANTS.
Dr. J. N. Keeler andl Bro. most resopecfully
solicits atteition to their fresh stock of Englim,
French, German and American Drugs; Medi.
cines. Chemicals. Paints. Oils. .Dye Stuffs,
Glass Ware, Perfumery, Patent Medicines,&c.
Having need a new store. No. 294 Maiket
St. with a full snpply of Fresh Drugs andl Me&d
icines, we respectfully solicit Country dealers2
to examine our stock before pnrchsasing el.
where, promising one and all who may feelii
posed t, extend to us their patronage, tu
them genuine Drugs and Medicines, on
eral terms as, any other house in the Ct
to faiehiully execute all orders eutrasted
promptly aml with dispatch.
One of the proprietors being a regni.
siciin. n10f1rds 8!mpia g niantee of the e
quaiity oif articles sold at their estahlist
We especially invite drue-gisis and
nerchaits, who may wish to heco
for Dr. Keeler's Cdebrated Faunilje
(sar.dard and popular remedies, to'
Soliciting the patronnge. t.
man~n, J. N. KFIER
September 19, 1849,.
STATE OF SOU
EDG EFIE LD
IN T11fE COMMO ciPI A;
WP.ONES. who is nowia
e odyo the Sherifi of Edgai
Itrict by virtue ofrn writ f Capins ad.
end omi, ute suit of Farrar & Hays;
hiavinag fileds his petitions with a schedule g
ofhIis twhole esitate asndsefb-cts, fair the pu.
nhbtainingz the benefits of the Acts of the Ge
Asscembly of thsis State,coinmonslyenalled
solven'ts Debtors Acts. Public Noiica iis
givern that the pesitions of the said WV. P. o.s
will lbe hearst atnd conssidered itn the courtof Csn.
smins Plens. for Edgefield District, at Edgefi
Court lioses son Molndasy thme 6th dity of
Atasrcht ntext, or on stuch other day therennfer,
as the Court msay order during; the term com
menscingz sn the first Monday its March next,
at Edgehield Csonrt iaraou; anid aslIuse creditors
of the staid W. P. Jonie, are hereby stummonsed
ether pesrsonally or by Attornsey, then and tshere
ini said Csourt, to shosw cause if ansy they can,
whsy the petitsosn of the saaidl W. P. Jisn'e , shlda
nsot'he, hteard andu consaideresd, rand the bentefit rif
the Acts aforesinid shtonid not be granited sipons
Isis execstmsg thei assignment reqtuired by tbe
TiiOS. G. BACON. Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Edgefield C. H. 9th Aug., 1849.
Atsaznst 15 1:te 25
109 BASKET8' Chamtpaignie Wir.e.
10 Barrels choice New York Cider,
20 Bairrels Bostons Rnsm.'
5 doi Northertn Gin.
1 P'ipe choaisce H-olland Gin.
30 Barrels Whiskey. varissns qutalities,
35 Qr. nasd eighth Pipes Mladesrnt. Treneriffo
Port, Shetry ansd Muil~tgn WVise,
20 Ilalf anid Qussarter PipsesGogisac Brandy,
Now landiing ansd for sale by
H-. A. KENRICK.
llambuirg, Nov 26 t. 45.
N OT ICE.
ALL. persons indchbted to the estate Willinam.
A lahon, decc'd., are requtired to made ise
miediate paiym,-nit, anid thsose havisng -demasnds
againist the Estate, to presetnt them proiperty
attested on sir before the fifteesnth day ofJna
ry nsexi in the Court of Ordinary, as I desire ona
that day to settle sip the F'atate.
HI. B. iCABORN, Adn'or.
Nov. 19, 1849. tf *44
Genuine Cod Liver Oil.
J UST received, a supply of this vualsable
airticle recenstly bronsgl-t into such extesty
sive use by its aistonsishting effects isn pauhnonar
andc tither diseases. It is report by one physi
cian, (D~r. Williamns, ofrN. Y.) that of 234.eases
of titberculons disease of the lungs, treated dure
mug the last two mid a haolf years, or which he~
hias preserved notes, only ninseteen derived no~
bien. to all appearanices, material benefitted by
this retmedy. For Sale by
G, L. PENN, Agoint.
Sept 4. 1849 tf 33
STATE' OF SOUTH CA ROLINA.
711 OLLED befine me by Richard Berry, an
.estny sorrel masse mule, of ordstary
hteight, light madso, marks of gear abont her .
shoutlders;- suspposed to be 10 os 12 years of
age and appraised at 550.
J. QIUATTLEBUM, M. E. D.
Oct. 8, 189, 4tm 38.
jEG RO K ERSEYS, Shoes and Blake
iA supernior assoirtiment it
BlLANDI & BUTLER'S.
Oct. 3, uf 3