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A. M. MANIGAULT,
Factor & Commission Merchant,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
W ILL also attend to the REGEIVING
and FORVAIRDING of GOODS en
rusted to his care.
July 18 149, 2m 26
CAN DIDAT ES.
THIOS. \V. LANHA3,
JOllN 1LL, -
- . J. WHITAKER,
For Tax Collector.
SA.1IPSON B. MAYS.
F. W. BUrVT.
A. F. GOUDEY,
Wil L. PARKS.
L. A. BROOKS,
VIRGIL 51. WHITE,
HUGII A. NIXON.
V. L. COLEIAN,
Wil. II. MOSS.
fl. T. WRIGHT,
OLIVER TOWL ES.
Wi. al. JOHNSON,
TIlOS. G. BACON,
POR THE RELIEF 4; CURE OF
Diarrhoea X Dysentery.
THIS valuable preparation needs but the
trial of a single bo-ttle to prove its efficecy in
Diarrhoea and Dysentery. It is as mild and -
safe a remedy for nnasing almnts. a, ihr adults
Dirring the present Ghlera times, when any
approach to Diarrhoea, should lie inmediatcly
decked, the Anodyne Cordial should be in every
Here are a few recommendations of thi,
Aedicine, others co'ld be obtained but we trust
the Public will j;dtale tlese all sufficient to in,
duce a trial of the Cordial.
Price 50 cents a Bottle-Money returned if
the remedy prove iusless.
tdgefield C. 11.234 July. 1P49.
rhris will certify that I used the: Annlynn Cor.
dial in an nlarminz c:sea 'f Diarrhoaea in my
family wit!, complete cuteeni-anl I believe
this Cordial to he one of the best remedies ever
invented for the cure of that dieense.
Edgefield G. IT. 16th July. 1849.
This may certify that Ilhad a Diarrhoea of one
week's staiiiling. eured by 3 ot 4 doses of Duc t.
Chasae's Anodytne Cordial.
S. CO VAR.
1putre~hased a bottle o~f Atnodyne Cordhial of'
Doct. Chaise, ucd used it waih LgoodI siicc'esr, in
tmy faily. MtlARSHA L F'RAZIER.
This certifies that I have used thie Anudyne
Cordial in a tamer of cases of Dtarriaoea in
my famaily daiirg the last year withi uvariable
stuecess, and I cordially recoa -nend the remedy
to others. J. D.. TiIBDCETTS.
Jnly 16th 1849.
FaOM THs L.ATC PASTORt OF THIE ErasCoPAI.
lo whoam it may concern-List suammer I
was afflicted with an troublesome Diamrrhauea t ntd
made use of a smalh Qnantity of Doct. Chase's
Anodyne Cnrdial.nnd I hesitate not to state, that
I think the remedy a valiabtle otne.
C. B. WALKER.
Edgefield C. I1. 23d July. 1849.
For sale by JOHN D. CHDA SE, 1. D.
Jnly 24, f 27
at BLAND & LULERt'S.
July 4. tf 24
W[IT E & Colored 3lushins. very cheap,
can be had act
- BLAND & BUTLER'S.
July 4, if21
B AREGES andtu Tis.-tes, htatadaume anid
.E3cheap, call immnediatehy act
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
July 4. f 24
AFEWV maore of those Beantiful Emtbroid-.
A~d~wi LAND. & BUTLER'S.
July 4. tf 2
d1LOVES, thiat are Gloves, act
Judy 4, if 24 .
S HOES of all kinds, Gacitersc, Slippers and
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
July 4, t f 24
J USTL Received some Blennt i fiu Emabroded
Muslin Sacks andI .iantils. nit
BLAND) & BUTLER'S.
OFP those Beaiutfl French Fetns, a few morie
of the same sort, atC
BLAND & BUT1LER'8.
July 4 , i tf 241
L ETTER, Fuols Cap tad Note Paper, at
BLAND &~ BUTrLEtt's.
July 4, tf 241
C APERS and Satucans. rair your ('esh imeaas,.
at BLANIT & BUTLERI'S. C
Jnly 4, if 24. i
1 RESHI Vermaceli and Mdaenraeni. .it i
BLANI) & BUTLER'S.
Jnly 4, t f 24
A FEW hundred Ponde's of that delightful -
Steamt refined Candy, at
DLAND & BUTLERS.
Jtriy 4, tF 24
AFEW thonsand pounods of Baicon, yet an.
BLAND) & BUTLER'S.
Jutly 4, tf 24.1
E VER thig vn wat ad more too,nat
Ethe sameA pine'. where yout get articles of
the best qumality at low prices.net
DLAND & BUTLER' S.. -
Jnly 4, mf '24
New Fire Proof Ware-House.
Ware-House and Commission Merchants.
JACKSON STREET, AUGUSTA, GIA.
T HlEIR WAREHOUSE. recently erectel, is FIRE PROOF, and covers the
Lot formerly occupied by Mr. WitLsoN, as a Livery Stable, on the Street lead
ing from the Globe Hotel to the Georgia Rail Road Depoi.
Its location oifers inducemenlts nnisurpassed by any other in the City, both as to
CONVENIENCE AND SECURITY against FIRE, being bounded on three
sides by S(reetq.
CASih ADVANCES made in Produce in Store, when required.
ORDE RS FOR GOODS promptly attended to, and their individual attention
iven to ALL business entrusted to their C;aro.
GOLLOTHUN WALKER. of Ilamburg. S. C.
hARPER C. BRYSON, late of the firm of
Bryson, Coskery, & Co.
A ugutta, July 16. 1549. 2m 26
WARE-HOUSE & COMMISSION BUSINESS,
T IE URDERSIGNED. having associated themselves in the above businese,
u3tnder ie firm of WALKER & COLEMAN, at the WATER PROOF
WA RE-. OUSE, recently oretpied by Walker & Bradford, respectfully tender
h'ir service. in the STORAGE and SALE of PRODOCE, forwarding ME -
CIHAINDISE. PURCH.4 SING TO ORDER, 4-c.
When required. liberal advances will be made on CONSIGNM ENTS.
From the nmerotus rtdvnnges of their favorable location, so long known as the
Water Proof Ware-IIouse. they trust (by unremitting attetion to
business, to obtain a obare of putrunage, and hope to give satisfAction.
D1. W. COLEMAN.
Harnbnrg. July 16, 1849. 21n 20
[ UNDERSIGNED respectfuly tenders his sincern and rateful thanks, to
the patrons of the late firm of WVALKER & BRADFORD, for the liberal
.ntppori. with whiilh th-y have been so generonsly favoted. and begs, to solicit a con
inuncaiico of the same lor Messrs. WALKER & COLEMAN, whom he could confi
lently recommend to their favor. SAMUEL M. BRADFORD.
Hamburg, July 16, 1849. 2m 26
liE FIRM of WALKER & BRADFORD, was dissolved on the 14th inst.
T hy toutumal agreement. The title of the firm will hicrenfter be used only in set
lement of its unfmished business, to which each will attend.
Of those whto1 are indebted to us, we beg leave to ask prompt and ready payment,
or we have debts to pay, and it is uf much importance to us. to bringe our all1irs readily
to a cluse. GOLLATI'HUN WALKER,
S. Al. BRADFORD.
Hamburg, S. C., July 18, 1849. Im 26
HEAD QUARTEMS. NE W GOTODES!
zhL. 13 I.H Sti~seriber has jitst received his
Sprfhg s Jumm Good 4
I 11. 0o~wn Re +mets willsin paad for o
P.INeED JAC. rUSLINS, SILK AND
LI NEN M3A6 ES. DOrrED AND
PL.AIN SW-ISS USLINS. M~US
~~~IA~' 5IfGIt~l , ENGLISR
& A31EVINCAN PRINTrd
For Ldies Dresses,
lu.;Iiti Tritnings. Iiie
CnALESTONt, June tl, 1849. onntg; & Biinort Ribbons.
vern TNrv tGroceries. herdware, Crocke
I ll fIeI owing olarinwnts. will Mrade ro S i;. Le-horn. Prno'a. Silk and
)1. Rieo Saidrnlat lth tife Agt.pi i;ALLlN
rel14thiof AlAfnhc wl enodseyload. i
'lThe dthl Regiment ner aVeirrenne't Loni m icui u A
hnvrday i the r16~the An9t. rAius.B .BYN
Tlhe' 4tld klegimoett Jitor, Satrr-' ac 1 P1. I
)l ib n a r y the 1 1th if August.
The 2d it egiment at HLlm's, ott Tuesday iiSuh Caoia
1t Iotf ti A igust.
The 5th eimetit Inter renus, on GsdayITRCT
Thetr1stth liimet o Cnynhyt athePickens
lentray the 25th o f Angust. wle tdttirBl o
The 3d Reigiet ot Iall y, n Tttesdy'ePatti
Itr. Of ATgiuesda theree Lh ofn Aother.
The t Rlegitmeni, at ruatons, on Thriday
e Sist of Anantt.1l'ppaigtmystiatonht
The CoistIgiutoned vt a tdno-cmicssinedaiai\ooe adE?.iehIi
)fie* illot Sasemba the day ot pros to wthe, w i h lfidn ntiae
ev 3 riwo hi everof htuaimetr, aoney' re iebynltelmt fti tt.O
pecte patrde gouns, for dlri', n ida drdtruc- ai acoiniWod
lineetiof ofArs f rey omantil
ikeple ooiimmitely afte thecoimievied aof ie u ~~er n laatwro
Te. Mottr Geeral wil, itins otaT tend-fo hsdae rta si ilb ae
ion Se.iews alsothe IrgadierGeneraE,.wit
iet smtff, in their respective Brigades. atidINEUJY
ire further chatge-d with the extenstioni of this Luyee,
lBy order of the Comnmander-in-Chief. ~ yutFons onJns ilfrDs~r.
i. W. CANTEY, Aidj't. & htusp. Gen'l. Dtil rcuLes Ir adRif
June 27th 149, tf 23 luuyJ
Ci'r A bbevitle, A ndeison, Pendlct'-m, Pickens TaparntomstifcintatEwd
d Gruenville paper3s will copy unttil reviews. .litliiyntTtous0.btowy
oarding frYoung Ladies. teliisoftisS~te t
HI E Snbsetiber will tiecomtmodate with toio r ircy 'aniiSlctr tt
Iboardinug, eight or ten Yonmig Ladies. (hisoredthtti milDetdttdoppa
los,- is rooiiy andti pleasantity sittiate'd, conv.e- ie nwrpedo ea~rt hecnpututt
iiinmt toi thle Fematiuo Acadiem uies. Pare tnta and st~ ulufc~apansitii l e mh rn
iardiants uny bet iusured thiat etvery attetion epalc intIeef rte adbl ilb
ecessry will be paid to Girls comtmitted tuoaetpo.uf o tats hm
is care. .STMPISC...D
- rED.3IUND PENN. iifiioeCOfeMy2h18.
SMay 2. t 1.5 Ma 3,3m1
THF. utndersigtied as Assignee of Marens
htisUpson,. gives notice to all persons havitugAlArsIdt une tn.
nisagintst the said Miarenis Upison, and
hio true witlling tot lake tnnder the. aussignument.
render itn their etkiiims b~y the sixtht day of
gut ntext. Alt persons inudebted to the said
la'uis U~psoni, tire reqnested to mtake immae
SAMlUEL STEVENS, Assignee.
M llarch 7 149, ~ 5m0* 7
ElI!E Submscriber ioffe'r for sale her HoUSE
P and Il.o-r abotut . a mfnnile romt Edge
.I C. II. Iyinig ont the roaid leading from ESorirttheinorte01
:efi-hi C. It. to Cptombia, and conmiining 1 e he a pndna h ~
tr aeres; also tall that tracut of land contaittnt- ~ uieso lc nmttn.i
t. 200 nere's, sitate ahoutt three miles ft~otn alitbrtcus.lthoighresttdnatott
duef. Id Village. For termis ap pty to te sub- e okifli rlh vraust iefl
R. BLAT.OCK. Gitnihigi uei l ae u ak
P. R. BLALOCK.IS CBR C.
J~ne61S849' 7m 30 aytf1
Notice.Ne Bac uut Sh .
LV. persons inidebted to the estate of Ja
cutb P.,w, Deceased, will please to enal
nd settle imtmediately, and those whenare cred..
na are requested to mnake knownu their claims.
11. R. SPANN, Adtm'r.
S My 23, f 18 IE tus-itrhait pr ate th sr
Pure Cieler Vinegar, ie hJaatn.aBakmt vl
g BILLS. Supetior quality, jtist received, tl rlr t hsln flnimms
Sand for sale cheap, b'y So poieD.Jltsnlt
July E3Stbscriberh 14s utrciefi
IAUNDICE, DYSPEPSIA, Ci RONIC Or
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASE
OF THE KIDNEYS,
And all diseases arising from a disor
dered Liver or Stomach in bolk
Male and Female:
Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Ftcilinen
or Blood to the lead. Acidity of the stomach,
Nausea, Heart-burn, Disgust for Food. Fl
ness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Erncta
lions. Sinking or Fliteiig at the pit or the
Stomach, Swimming of the Head, lilirried
nod Dilflicult Breathing, Fholuteiig at the Heart,
Choking or Sullicating sensations when in a
lying posture, Dimnes (af Vision, Dots or webs
befure the Sight, Fever and duill pnin in the
Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
or tle Skin anid Eyes. Pain in lte Side, Back,
Ches, &c., Sudden fl.shes ofr Hear. Dltning
i the Flesh, Conisiant Imaginings of evil and
rrent depression or Spirits can be effectually
Celebrated German Bitters.
Their power over the above diseases is not
excelled-if equalled-by c inny other prepara
ioi in the United States its the rnres attest, i
many cases after skillful phiysicians had fiiled.
Deraagement f lc Livrr and Stoiach are
sources olf Insanity. aid will also prcmicce dis
ense of tie Ilenrt, Skin, Lnngs ainl Kidneys,
aind lays the body open tu nit nitack of tlhe
Cholera, Bilincs, or Yileow Fever, and is gen
erclly the first cause of that most baneful dis.
Opinions of the Philadelphia Press.
December 31st says:
AN INVALUABLE MLDICINE.--We
have frtegcemly heard ltce Celebrated Geriman
Bitters, manfactucred by Dr. 1le0e-,iod, spoken
(if in teris of commtneidnii, and we know
deservedly so. It is i too coinmon practice, in
certain qiaccters, to pciff cll ianner of useless
irlsh, bit in the case of the above Bitters, hun
dredc are liying witnesses of their great mral
and physieal worth. As a medicuine for the
Liver Complaint, Jainnilice, Nervous Deiliiy
and cc Dyspepsia, it las been founi invAhicble,
ef'ecting cnres and thorongbly eradicaling dis
ehes. tien all other inediciraes have failed.
We fell convinced, that in the ease of the Ger
man Bitters, tle patient does not becone debil
italed, bit consiantly gaincs strength and vigor
to tle frame-a fact worthy oil gicat considera.
taiol. The Bitters nre pleasant in taste ond
smell, and cant be ulinistered under any cir.
cumnstances, to thle cimost delicate stomach. lic.
deed, they can ie used ly all persoins with tle
most perlbeCt safety. It woild be well for those
who are much afl'ected in the vervous system,
to cemmence with one teaspoonfill or less, and
gradually icrease. We speak from experi
ence, and are of course, n properjndge. The
press far and wide, have uaited in recommend
ing the German Bitters, and to tle afflicted we
most cordially advise their Use.
"SPIRIT OF THE TIMES,"
June 24th says :
"DO OUR GOOD CITIZENS who are
invul:ds, know tie many astoni.-hing cnres that
hive peen performed by Dr. lionflo.d's Cele.
brted Gerian Bitters I f thcy do not, we
recomiend them to lice German Medicine
Siore," all who are artlicted with Liver Comc.
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, or Nervuis Debi',
ity , the Doctor haes enred manyof our citizenics
after the best physicians had failed. We have
cased themca, and they have p cved to lie cc medi
cice that every one shaild knoiw of and we
cannot retrain giving mir testfimony in their ia
vor, aced thal whcich givec thcem greacer cein
upocn our hcumble elTurt, thecy are entirdly l'ege
an suonger testimni.ny iae adduced by aciy
Prelarctieen befoire thet paibiie ? A cin igle boettle
wvill conivinlce anay oneC of alheir poewer over dlis
ene. Theuy aere entrirely Vegetable, nad witlI
perantceitly dleustray thce miost eobstiae custice
ness; anid give strencgth cand vigoar tee the framne,
ut am timae decbihtcatinag thce pcetieant; haeincg also,
ruaeficl toa die mo.-t delicate steamachu undcci r cay
circmcstnccs, andc can hae admin itered wiith
p erfect sacfecty toe declicaete infats-iihey carc free
troma Alceahol, .Syruip. Acids, C.alccmel, and acli
niecral andi incjnriones inagredienits.
Theiy rana be tuae at ellt timaes ad unader all
:irmsanlllces, no ordinary rrpasuere teill pre Vciu
thr(U m haring a salautary e|'e~ct, and nu bad result
Ctan acerne fromi can octr dose.
Foac sale, whoelesaile acnd retcail. at the princi.
pcl Depaot. GERMaAN al EIJCINE STORIE,
No. 278 Race Street, Phailadeilhin.
Fer acle inc Eidgefield lay G. L. PENN
Calmcbia by BOATlWhllGilIT & MilOT
Angcstca lby Wmii. I IA INS, andii by re'spectabtle
elers general ly thcreacghcoct the United Staties.
July i8 1849, ly 26
Brought to the Jail
O F this DI.)strict, ai bIoelatica mi~l anh
says his naice is WI LLIA3I, acid
ahoc he ru naway froma M~ir. Abamci Lowry
ivig on Ducan's creek, L acwrens District,
S. C. 1o whinc lie was hired, but clhat lhe
benlongs to Mr. Roabera Mcarrs, living 13
miles abiove New berry Court Hocuse, S. U.
Said fellow is about five feec. six inchecs
cig-he is betwveen 21 aend 22 years ofl
ge and of ligi comcplexion. lie lens sev.
era! scirs on his foarehiead anad neck, hue
most of which lie says wacs caused by full-.
iaig off of horses ; he also hias a sc.ar ont
his uppaer lip.
Ttce owncer is regncesteil to corme foirward!,
prove prop~ercy, pay charges and~ tiake
him away, or ice will be dealt with as thce
1I. R. SPANN, .T. E. ii.
.uno 5 18-10, if 20
Broughit to the Jal
O F this District, on the 9th instant, a
~negro man, whao says his name is JA R
R ETT, and that lie belongs to Mr. Benjimin
Ric, living within four miles of Union Court
Hncse. Said feltow ranys lie is a hlackeamith,
and has a very large scar on his left arm, just
below his. elbbw, caused by a born; hce also
has a large dark spot or mole covered with
air on the lower part of the left check.
lie is about five feet six and half inches high,
between 25 and 28 years of age and light
The owner is regnested to come forward,
prove property, pay charges aiid take him
away, or Ihe wvill be dealt with as the law
diecs. H. R. SPANN. .. r.. a.
March 13, 1849tf S
5ew Boot and Shoe
W HERE Gentlemendc's Blois nch Shoe~s
are madee in a linost sucpericcr style of fit
md ac workonnashuipa.
G eteen wcaiting cork soled. dnlhe sole,
aier proof, walkmig, dirucs, patent leather.
cind a fince pumpc soaled BOOTS. iceed but
leave their orders wihm thce siebsribaer.
.uarh ,,r 6
UASTING'S COMPOUND SYRUP U
TOT only a p4 ritive but a warranted cure
for consumption and all dlisenses of the
lungs. This imieuichie has decided the dispute
about the cuirability or con-ssiption, and satis
lied the medical cliily and all who have nsed
it, tlat consumptioin and all atlections of the
hings cat not only be cured, but they are as ea
sily and simply cured, as alnost any of the dis
tirders to which the hi-nio fatie is liabil.
The operation of a single bottle, which costs
$1, is smnticient :a saiisfy any patient-if not i-l.
iogether too hir gone with the disease-of this
fact; and even a single dose gives evidence sif
its extraordinary inifloience in arresting nnd
eradicating the malady by the i.nmEdiate relief
which it atfords- This is no quack or secret
reitedy. Dr. Hastings, its discoverer, is one of
the irost eminent physicians of the age, and
has made a full disclosure of its history, and all
its comopioneit parts to the world, not wisliig
to incur the responsibiliiy of confining to him
self, hfr the sakela ofspofit, a secret which was
calculated to io such universal good. Aid
such has been the wonderful result of its ope.
rati,ns, that the Londoi Lancer, Medical
Times. and the moit eminent physicians of' both
heiispheres, are anxiously calling upon sefter
ers to have immediate recourse to it, and pio
claiming that of all knowit nesdicine, it alone
has positively established its eflicacy by uinde
tiable proohs)f ering contsumption and all oth
er diseases of the lunirgs.
Fair sale at the Apothecary Hall by
J. D. CHASE.
Price $1 per bottle.
Decemther 6 1843 i2m 46
State ot' South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
D. J. Ryan,
Ads. Ca. Sa.
J. RYAN, hIo has been arrested by
e and is now in the custody of thie Sher
itt of Edgefuplil District, by virtue of a Writ of
Ca pias ad Satisfaciendum, at the suit of R ich
nird Fowke, having iled his petition with a
schedule on aih of his whole estate and effects,
for tne purpose si obtaitning the benefits of the
General Assembly of' this State, commonly
cnled the Insolvent Debtors Acts. On motion
of Mr. Atkinson, Aitorncy for Derendartu, pub.
lic not:ce is hereby given, that the petition of
the said D. J. Iyan, will be heard and con
sidered in the Court of Common Plens, fair
Edgefield-District. at Edgefield Court House
0in the firstolay of October next, or otn such
other Odys'as tire Court may order during the
term, commencing on the first Monday to Octo
her ait;'ind all the creditors of the said B. J.
Itynn, are hereby summonted either personally
or by Attorney, then and there in said Court,
to show cause ifany they can, why the besnefits
of the Acts aforcsnid, should t.t be granted to
the said 8. J. Ryann, arid lie be discharged from
confinemnent. npon his execut'ng the assignw
ment required by said Acts.
T. G. BACON, c. E. D,
Clerk's Office, June 16, 1849.
Jine 20 3m 22
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
'VT P. JONES. who is now in the ens
VI. tody of the Shieriflof Edgefield Dis.
trict, by virtue of is w it iC Capi:ss nil Sntisfaci
endium, at the stit of Richard Fowke, having
filed his petition with a scherhale on oath or he..
whole est.ie and efflects, for the purpose of
obtaining the benefits of the Acts of the General
Asetnbly or this State, commonly called the In.
solve st Dehtors Acis. Public Notice is hereby
giyen that the petitioriothse said w. P. Jones.
will he heart aind consilered in the courtror Comi
turn Plirns. for Edgefieltd District, at Edgefield
Court House lis W~edlnesday ta 10th sday or
Octolrnr snext, or on such other slay thtereahier,
a tire Court mai~y order trinsg the termi cons
metcinig on tihe first Mondasy in October next.
at Edlgetiolil Csiurt Ilonse; ainduilthe creditors
ofr te saiud WV. P. Junres, arme hereby sitmmronted
sether personally or by A ttoirney, then anid 5 here
ins snid Corit, to shosw cause it' arty they cant,
wiry she pseriti of the said WV. P. Jiine s, sitont1
nost lihe erd itnds conisideoredl, na d rte bensefit sof
te Acts afoiresids shotil trot be g'ranated tipson
his execitmitg the assigment required tby tire
Ti-lOS. G. BACON. Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Edgcfield C. [1. 6th July, iN9.
July 1I, lalte 25
STATF, OF 80OUTH CA ROLINA
IN TIlE COURT OF' ORDINARY.
3edy Maliys anid othace, A pplicantts ')
Waillinm [liii andI wife Sarah. Nan- I
~y Brrondaway. widlow sif Benjinr
Irirsdaway, udec'sd. Alesba M ays,
Jesse Maya, arid Ahntey 31 ays, chil
ren of as de'ceasd gtransd'eon, (Ab
ney C. Maya,) Defenadatst. J
I T nfpearinig to mry saitisfas'tion that tire
abrv nimedt Def'endantis, (Distributees.)
sit tiho ieal Ersmrte of Abntey Masys, whot~ depr-r
ted tis lia in she year one thouisandi eight hun
dred andis f'imr, re~iig in tihe nreighborsoods of
Cmirbridgbe, Edlge'rlih District, at rise limte sf
ris death. These are thteref'oie to cite anid asi
mronish rte above namsed W or. [li tiad wife
Sarah.t Nnneiy Drondsawny widow siCflBenjrnini
Bradawiay, decensed, Atethas Miays,. Jesse
Maiys, ands Abntey Maya, chtildrern iii a decea'
sd grandrsonr (Ahiney C. M.iys.) Defeindantrs
andrs Distribustees as afsoresarid, tsi he rind appear
itnsmy srtlice on or bteforre tire first Msinday in
Ocsoher next, to shntw s'aruse if airy they can,
why tire Rteal Estate of tire said Ahnrey iMays,
densed. shotuld nost lie sihl r Partititon, oir
their cotnseurt to thoesme wilt Ire enteared sof
Reesordi. Given under my hmand at my otfice
the ninith day of'Juliy A. I). 1849.
JO HN HIL L, 0. E. D.
July1I1 18.19. ]2t ' 25
State of South Carolina,
IN ThlE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Hitrmphries Biorrware. Guar'd of
Francis Rtichardason, M1irnor, Ap'L
vs. . Citatlion to
Jas. M. Ricchardsonti& J.S. Gum'
ard, Exect'rs sil thes lost Wili arnd | I
Testamienit of David Rtichardson. I
ITf1 appearing to my satisfaction thart Williami
IT. Mdister and wife, Samuirel [till rind IOn
vid It. Bell, L~egatees uder thse Will of tire
si'I Davisi llic.hardtson, Deceased, live bevond
te himits of' this State. It is rherefihre ordered
that they do apipeiar before meti in my Office at
Edefield Court hlouse sin Monday tire Tirr
teerthi dray ofC August next, to show canse if
aty whry tire Accousrrnts of rte said Jamses M1.
lichardson anid James S. Guinard, Executors
aforaid. shtoid nt be aecepted and a fifnni
ssleenit arid Decree made uipon said Estate.
Givein uder mty hand at my Office the 4th of
M ay, 1849.
JO HN H ILL, o. x. ri.
M ay 9, 3Sm 16
ALL persons indembred to Whlitman R. Hill
ADeceased,. are hereby inotifted to maikc
pametit aud all persons ihavimg climns against
id Deceasedi ilil rendtser thems in properly at
teesd. Wriliam M1. iiill is appointed ruy Agent
dunrig tmy absence frsoi ta District.
T. S. D ANIEL, Adin'r.
.1,r;l e6, tr 15
CAN BE GOT ONLY AT THtE
APOTHECARIES HALL. -
THE GENUINE BALM OF COLUMBIA,
FOR RESTORING TH E HAIR. -
To the Ladies.
Lona hair is a glory to womian." mays Pant,
And tall feel the truth of the pious quotation;
Preserve it then, latdies-your gloory iny fall,
Unless ynn protect it with this preparaton.
If vou wish arich, luxuriant head of hair;
fre-e fron Dandruff and Scurff. do not flil to
procure the gentine Baitm of Columbia. In
cases of haldness it will itnure than exceed your
tution.-Never bay unless you And the
na'me or Comstock & Co., ont the wrapper of
Longley's Great Indian Panacea.
lst.-For Colds and Feverish feelings pre,
2-l-For Asthma, Livet Complaint and Bil
3d-For Dianahwa, Indigestion and Lors of
4th-For Costiveness in females 6nd males,
and Nervous complaints,
5th-Fot Stomach affections, Dyspepsia,
Piles. Rhenmatism, &c.
The great points are. it is not bad to take,
never aives PAIN and NEVER leaves one
For all these-tings it is warranted uneqnall.
el, and all who dlo not find it so may return the
hottle and get their money, Comstock & Co.
Proprietors. 59 Poydrus at ,New Orleans.
Dr. Larzeti's Juno Cordial or Pro
For both male and female-presetibed as an
effectund restorative in cases of debility. impo.
tency, or harrer.ness, and all irregularities of
nature. It is all that it professes to be. viz:
Nature's grand restorative and remedy fur
those in the married state without offspring.
Use Dr. McNair's ACOUSTIC OIL, for
the cure of Deafness. Also. airthose disagren
ble noises like :hte buzzing of r.sects, falling of
water, whizzing of steam, which are symp
toms ofapproach:ng deafness. Many persons
who have been deaf for ten, fifteen, or twenty
years, and were subject to use ear trumpets,
have, afler using one or two bottles, thorwn
nsido their trumpets, being made perfectly
well. It has cured cases of ten. fifteen, aid
even thirty years standing of Deafuess.
Price $1 per flask.
Connel's Magcal Pain Extractor.
TIlE 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 Biarns, Scalds, Sore Eyes and
Nipples. Eryseplas. Barbara Itch, Cuts,.Erup
tions of the Skin, &c.
Hays' Liniment for the Piles, -
The woist attack of the Piles are affectually
and permanenttly cured in a shoit time by the
use of the genuine Hays' Liniment. Hundreds
of otr first citizens throughout the country have
used this Liniment with complete success. It
is warranted to cure the most aggraved case.
Caution,-Never buy it unless y oni find the
natmte of Conistock & Co., upon the wrapper,
proprietors of the genuine article, or yt'u atre
cheated with a counterfeit.
Mother's Relif-Indian Discovery.
All expecting to become mothers, and anx
ious to avoid the pains, distress and dangers of
childbearing, are earnestly entreated to calm
their fears, allay their nervoneness, and tcolhe
their way by the use ofihis met-extsnoirdinary
vegetable production. Tlhoase who will cantdiudly
observe its virtues. munst approve of it in their
eanrts- every kind and affectionate husband,
will feel it hts must solemn dtity to alleviate the
distress his wife is exposed to, by a safe and cer
trnin muethtod, which is, the use or the Mother's
. Keep Your Feet Dry. -
Retmetnher, to preserve health, the feet should
he kept dry, and that the OIL OF TANIN
renders lenther water proof and donahles its dti
ratbility. Also used for Harness and Carriage
Cornstfock: 4 Co.'s Cencent rated Fluid
Extract of Sarsaparilla.
For the cure of Scrofula, Chronmc Rheuma
tism, General Debility. Ciataneotus Diseases,
Scaly Ertipiomas of the Skin. Tetrer. Pimples or
Pastu les on the Face. Liver Affections, Mercen
riail anal Syphilas Diseascs. Biles from an im
pare habit of the baidy, Ulceratins of the
Th'lroat antd Leg, Pamns and Swelling ol the
Bones, anid all Diseases arising from ani impure
state aof the Blood. Exposure and lamprudence .
ini Life. F.acessive Use of Mer.:nry, &ec.
This Sarsaparilia is warranted positively as
good as any other (thast can be made at one
dllmr) at jn.t half the praee of those so much
advertisead, andl as stronag, viz: 50 cents per
bittle, or six bottles fu $2 50. Remember to
ask for Cotastock's Sarsapatilla, ead take no
Dr. Spnohn's Sick Headache Remedy.
Wahy wi you stiffer wish that distaesasinu
coaplaint, when a renmedly is at hand tihnr will
not fail tat enare yonu? This remedy wtil effec
inlly destroy anny attack of hieadiiche, either
nervous or bhiuins. It has cured cases of
Have you a CongA?
Do not neglect it-thonsands have met a
prematutre deuth foir the want of attenation to a
commuon Cold. laive 3on. a Conght R1ev.
Dr. Bartholomewv's EXPECTORA NT PINK
SY 1llPI, will most positively give relief, anal
save yon fraom that most awful disease, Pul,
monry Consumtption, which usually sweeps
into the crtave hundreds of the youtng, the old,
the lovely and thme gay.
Comstock Hewes' Nerve and Bone
AND INDIAN VEGETABLE ELU3ER
Is warrantedl to enire tiny ease at Rheunantism.
Gont, Contrncted Chordts and ?aMscles, or Stiff
Joints. stregthaens Weak Limabs. and enables
thase who tare crippled to walk again. Use this
article and be cenred, or go without it and suffer
as you plense. Cettificates of enres by the lhun
dreds etnn be scemn at 59 Poydras street, N. 0.,
where this article is sold only getnuine.
Calton's Ring Bone and Spavin Cure
For the cutre or Ring Bone. Blood Spavin,
Bone Spavin,. Wintd GatlIa, Splints, and Cub
on Horses. Also, CA RLTON'S FOUNDER .
OITM EN, fiar the enase of Founder, Split
Hoof, Hoof'bountd- Horses, and Contsneted
Feet'. Also, all WVoands, Bruiises i~n the Flesh,
Galled Backs, Cracked Heels. Scratches, Nick
ings, Docking, Cuts, Kicks, &e.
All. of the tabove named articles are sold only
genine by COMsTrOCK & CO.. 59 Poyatras
street. New Orleans. COM' STOCK & BRO
TIIER S. 69 Seconid at., St. Louis, anud COM..
STOCK & CO., 21 Courtdand at., New York,
Propretots of thte Origitnal tand nly Ginmne .
M'.gical Patin Extractor. Has also on hand a
cmplete assortment of SOalps and Perfumiery,
which will he sold lower tihan at any other
hose itn the United States. for cash.
Also for sale lay J. D. CH ASE, Apotheca
res' Hall. F.dgefield C. H. S. C.