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For Sheriff. T, J.WHITAKCER, ALFRED M1AY, WESLEY BODIE. H11 PIUREYS BOULWARE, TIIOS. W. LANHAM, JOHN BILL. LEWIS JONES, For Tax Colltetor. JOHN QUArLEBUM, WAM. L. PARKS, THEOPHILUS DEAN, L. A. BROOKS. ROBERT CLOY. SAMPSON It. MAYS. ISAAC BOLES. DERICK HOL.SONIAKE, MOODY HARRIS, F. W. BURT. .B. F. GOUDEY, for Ordinary. NDWARD PRESIPtt. W. L. COLEMAN, WM. II. MOSS. H. T. WRIGHT. VIRGIL N. WHITE, HUGli A. NiXON; For Clerk. OLWER.TOWLES, P'TER QtJATTLBU13M. WM. Ill. JOl1NSON, .THOS. G. BACON, EDMUND PE NN. N. L. BONHAM W ILL practice LAw and EQUITY In the Southern Circuit, comprising the Di. tricts of EDGErIF51). ORANGEBURo, BARIswEI4 Co.LETON and BEAUFORT. Ais Office is at Edgefield Court Iouse. Adg. 22.1849, 6m 31 DR. E. F TEAGUE R ESPECTULLY offers his profe-siontal servibeS in ie piractice of Medicine. Sur fr, arid Obstetrics. to the Citizens of Edge eld Village and vicinity. Office in the Daug Store of Drs. Bland. Teague & Co. B1ay 9, tf 16 JOSEPH ABNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. W ILL be found in his office at Edgefrield Court louse, adjoining Bryaw's Bri.k Store, on Saturdays, Saledays, and Court, weeks. He will attend promptly and strictI to busi mess in his profesioun. January 10, i 51 .MVotUe. HE Subscriber intending to relinquibli the prac.ice of bledicine at the expira. fiuu of the year, returns his unfeigned thanks for the liberal patronage extended to bin. being dniious to adjoist his accoints, respectfully re quest those indebted to make payment by Gash or Note, prior to that date. His services as a consulting physician. can he obtained on all loc .rmiuns.lesr .hsn tuemfou iaUy o...L WMl, D. JENNING-S, MN. D. Oct. 1, 18491. t 38 R. HI. M. TOMPKINS. respectfully of. fers his prolessional ser vices al'ter the ex piration of the ycar, in the practice of Medi cine. Surgery, and Obstetrics, to the Citizens of Dark Corner and its vicinity. Office at Dr. fr. D). Jennuings. Oct. 10, 1849. tf S3 To Physicians, Druggists AND COUNTRY MJERCHIANTS. nr. J. N. Keeler and Bro. most respe'ctfully stolicits attention to their fresh stock of En.glis/r French, Germnair and American Drugs, Met.di, eines, Chemicals, Paitt. Oils Dve Stnlis, Glass W~are, Perfitnmery, Patenit Medicines, &c Having opened a new store, No. 294 Mmikul St. with a full supply o)f Fiesht Drugs anid Med. icines, we respectfully solicit Gountry dealern t examine our stock before pardhlasinig else where, promising onte anid all who mnuy feel dis posed t, extend to tns their paitron.age, to sel thetm gensuinte Drugs and Medicines, on as htb. etral termns as any other hentse in the City, and to faithinlly execute all orders entrusted to u, promptly and with dispatch. One of the proprictors being a reguilar phy sician, affords ample gutarantee ol' the neuint quality of all articles sold at thteir estabhlishttmeom We especially invite druirgists tad countr.> merchants, who tmay wish to become ag~ent, for Dr. Keeter's ckbrated F'unily Medicines estandard and popular remedies,) to forwvart their addtress. Soliciting the patronage of dealers. we re *mini, J. N. KEELERt & BRtO., Wholesale Druggists, No.294 M arket street Philadelpmhia. Septemuber 19, 184~9, ty 35 Land & Negroes for Sale, TH E Subscriber desirous of <piiting thn .Efarin~ig business, will o'ffer foir side al public outcry, to tlte highest bitider, on WVed alesday the 5th of December niext, his valuaha plantation sitate about 7 miles hitm Edgefilk C. HI. on the Newberry Road. The Tiract donitains 500 acres, more or less Being a part of the plantation lorimerly owner by M1aj. J. S. Jeter, deceased. On the premi ses are a comtfortablo dweliing, suitable for small famuily and several out bmiddings. 20( uceres of said tract' is well timbered. Also eleven likely youtng Negroes. consisting dfmein, women and children. Also the ptre sent yeats Crop, conisistiing of Corn. Foddei and Oats, llorses and Cattle, amnd Plantatioi Tooils, &-:. TR~ss-The land will be sold otn a credit o due and two years:~ Note attd approved securi ties, wvith interest from date. Thme Negroes Crop. and Stock, one-third cash, thme balnnce 12 muonths credit- by Nute and- appioved secu jities. .N. J. BLA C1. ATTENTION EDGEFIELD VILLAGE. ment U. S. JItfantry, will continue BUTCH ERING from year to year, and do the best hi can for his patrons, CHARLES MARTIN GRAY. July I111849, if 25 Frit. A St"pl '' No" hto""p"s""'"^ Oan 1' ges, Pine Apples. ilanattas, Phantains, Coconnets, Ratains, Prunn', Lemons, Almonds, Pecans, Cutrrants, Citron &c. kept constanatly on hand, and for sale by H. A. KENRICK. AMERICAN HOTEL, sa' UA neneJI , as', I:! A m * So. Ca., i FROM the 'vey .increase' patronaged ex tended to lihe subscriher, he hass hee: ib duced to improve his HOUSE and PREMI SES still further, and would respectfully an. 'ifmntco to his former patrori and the public, that lie is now well prepared tit make all cbi fortable who may favor hin with a call. The STABLES and CARRIAGE HOU SES have been enlarged aid improved, and persons leaving horses may depend upon hav iug them well attended to. IRORSES and CARRIAGES always in rea diiness to convey paussengers to, and from the Rail Road. or to any part of tbe.Couotry. WM. KETCH AM. Hamburg, Sept. 19,1840, 3m 35 CAROLINA HOTEL. HAMBURG, S. C., J'dhN A. HOUSTON having taken the abuve Esiallishmenit respectfully solicits the patronage (if hir Mfindas and the putahhc gens esally. The buildini is i preseur undergoing thorough repairs. Good sTAiSLES ain also a LIVERY STABLE will be coennected whIm the UOTEL. The establishment will be opena ed on the Ist of October next. Amnguast 29, 1849. 3m 32 (lT The Abbeville Banner will please insert fir three Months and direct its account to J. A. Houston Hlamiburg, S. C., Planter's Hotel CoRNER or caURcit AND QUEEN STREETS, Ciarleston, S. C. FORbiFaLr KEPT uY CHARLES If MIOT. J -vMES W. LAMKIN & JAMES M. H)RsT having take" the above exten sive and well known Establishment, solicit the patronage of their friends and the public gen ernlly. Charlesion S. C. Angust 1, 1849, tf 23 COPARTNERSHIP. T IHE undersigned, having associated .. themsetves in business under the name and style of DUNBAR & GARMANY; ror the purpose of transactIng a gencial 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 may be found at the stand tecently occupied by B. S. Dun bar, and nearly opposite the stand formemly occupied by G W. Garmany, where they will be happy to receive their former friends and patrons, together with the public at laige. We are determinod to keep constantly on hand a stock unsurpassed by any ever iffered in this market, and believing our facilities for byying LOW, to be equal to any in thIe place, we will always be prepared to sell at the lowest prices, either aor 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 re frepared to ofler equal advantages in storage with any WareHouse in the plice ; and liberal Cash Advances made, at all times, on Cotton stored with us, or on shipments made to G. W. Garntny & Co., Savannah, whose charges will be as low as usually made by other Factors. The highest prices paid at all times for Cotton and other produce Drougnt to market. B. 8. DUNIIAR, G. W. GARMANY. Hamburg July 3, tf 26 .J C a rd. If BEG leave to return my thanks to the ..public for the liberal patronage heretofore besaowved on me, and solicit a continuance of the same for the new firm. B. S. DUNBAR. et1 C ared. I BEG leave to rettrrn my thanks to the public f'or the liberal patronage hereto fore bestowed on me, and solicit a continu ance of the same for the new firm. G. W. GARMIANY. Chcap Goods in Store. 50 IIhds Prime N 0 sug~ar l0allhds. common N. 0. Sugar, 20 "~ chmice Porto Rico, Sugar, 25 Barrels clar'ied" 5 " crushed" 2 " powdered "4 5 Boxes W~oolsey & Woolsey double relined loaf suagar,. 2 " Ch~arle~stuna double refined loa, siugar. 20 Hhldsi. M~ utacivado Molases. 5- Trinidad " 50t Barrels New Orleans" l1t) Barrels No. 3 M~ackerel (large size,) 20 Kits No. I 125 bags prne Rio Ceffe 40 " "Lagiagra" 20 " " old Cuba 4 30 " " old Java 6000 Lbs. Union brand wite Lead (No. extra and pure,) 300 Gsllo~ns Linseed' Oil, 2 B~aris Trairr' 300 Lbs. Putty ini bladders, 125 B1.'xes wiidow glass (all sizos,) 75 Kegs Eastern nails (aassorted) 20.000 Lbs. assorted Swedes Iron. 500 "Casteel (Stadersonas,) German and Blister steel, 400 Pieces heavy Dundee bagging, 100 Coils heamp rope, 10 B3ahes homiespuu (Augusta manufac ture, 5 " (Granaiteville Company) S"heavy cotton Osnabuagsi, 20 boxes sperm candles, 20 " Adamanrine candles. 10- Hull & Soats patent candles, 30 Hhds. bacotn sides (westera,) 4000) Lbas. country Bacon. 3 Tier ces Rice.. &c. &c., -ALSO Saddles. Bridles, Blankets. Calienes, Cotton Yarii, Shoes. Hats, Ca-ps, Tuibls, Sugarcans, Sieves, Tobacco, P'eppe?, Spice. Giniger. Ten, Cane-seat Chairs, Woiod seat ('hairs, Griand, stones, aid anay other articles too tedions to enme rate. DUNBAR & GARMANY. H amburg, July 11, 1849, tr 25 Lamp Oil, Candles &c. 200 Gallonms Lamp Oil, (stammer strained.) 2010 " Train Oil. 15 Boxes Sperm Caridles. 15 '- Adamantiine Candles. 10 " Hall's Candles. For sae by H.IA. KENRICK. Unaaamrg Sept. 5, 1849, if~ 33 Motice. A'L L persons iadebted to the Estate of John J.i.J. Mays. deceased, sill make paymenaa. Ad those having denmnds will render them in propealy attested. S. B. MAYS, Ex'r. Sent. 19 1849 3m o H.- L. JEFFERS, W. S. CO" WARE-HOUSE & CO.1 M. RKET-STREBET, Mamnt McINTOSH-STREET, Aug 'T AKE thi's mihodor informin their still continue the WAREIIOUSE a brace and Augusta. Ga., they ffer their a COTTOM FLOUR. BACON, .Arc.. CIIANDISE, BUY GOODSfor PLA Their Ware-House in Augusta is on Mc TRADE. Their Waie-Houie in this placel safe posed to fire. As they will be constant at their post, p itey are aware will add to their own.) the share of that liberal patroaage heretofore tbrinks. LIBERAL eagh advances will be made, 1 Patahurg, S'ept. 1, Ware--House & C Hamburg, S HE Undersitiei hating taken the -Elate Geigor & Knight, respectfully I Conton and other produce, forwarding Mc deired. The usal ndvances will he made oi 6 cation of the VA tE-H OUSE. and by liberal share of patronage and hope togii July 25, 1849', Tie undersigned resiectfully return il liberal support arid solicit a coutinuance o confidently recommend. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. Charles SmiWth, arid wife, und others, Partiion. VS. Jane W. Anderson. 'OTICE is hareby given that by vir tue of the Decree of the Court c Eqniiy in this case, 1 shall proceed to sel in three or more parcels, at Edgefield ! C H.. on the first Monday in December nexl the following real estate, belonging to th esate of John Anderditn deceased, viz: One Tract of Land, containint t wo thou and one hundred and foriy k2140) acrei more or less, lying on Cufleeton a Cteel and adjoining lands of Luke Devure. Get C. Mayzon. Edmaund It. Belcher. Lero H. Mundy, A. T. Traylor, Peter Quatile bum and James S. Harrison. Said Lands will be sold on a credit < one and two Sears, equal instalments, ex cept for so touch as will pay the cost ( his suit to be paid in cash. Purehaseis t give bond aRid good sureties to secure th purchase monev. S. S. TOMPKINS. c. E. E. D. Comm'ra. Office, Oct. 8, 1849. October 10, 4t 38 Broght to the Jail F this District, on the 9th instant, negrb iiaij, who says bis name is JAI RETT, and thai hi lelongs to MrBenjami Rice, living within fo~ir xsiles of Union Cou House. Said fellow says he is a blacksmitl and has a very large scar on his left arm, ju. below his elbbw, caused by a burn; lhe ala has a large dark spot or mobe covered wit hair, on the lower part of the loft cheel He is about five feet six and half inchtes higl between 25 and 28 years of age a-nd ligi compexionl. The owner is requested to come forwar< prove property, pay charges and take hil away, or he will be dealt with as the la diects. H. R. SPANN. :. E. D. March 13, 1849 if S Brought to the Jail OF tis District, a negro) hoy who sa) his nieme is WILLIAM, and saj he is FR EE. lHe says he camne to Chal lesion with Captain Schley or Slye, anl has beent in the emnproy ment of Mr. $cd e, (the Captain's brothers.) ror the Ia year. He says he came out to Charle ton as assistant Cook. otn the vessel that owing to a diflenity withI the firemali e was denied employment on board. ;ir could not return, Hie says his anoher naed- Mary Janae, and that the said M Sey, ir. his Guardian, as he undersiam it. "Said boy is between lfunrteen and si: teen years of age, about 5 feet high, dark complection. The Guardian or owtner is reqnested come for ward prove property, pnty chargi and take him away, or he will be des with as the law directs. H. R. SPA NN, J.E. D. Oct. 31. 1849. tf 41 Broughai to Llae Jail OF this District a negro man who sa~ *his name is E LIJ Ahl, and says I1 helogs to Mr. iiiram Lecroy, a Bapti preacher, who he says lives about thirtee mriles ahove Abbeville Court House, sal negro fellow is about 5 feet, 7 inches hig and between 2-4 acd 2& years of age, asi dak complexion. The owner is requested to come forware prove property, pay charge. and tall hit away, or lie will be dealt with as i law directs. 11. R. SPA NN, J. E. 1'. October 31 1849, tr 41 EDGEIFIELD DISTRICT, FALL TERli1849. I T is ordered that an Extra Couirt.of Cor anon Pleas for the District of EdgefieldI holden, to begin on the second Monday in Jan tary, eighteen hundred trnd fifty, aid to contimi fr tw o weeks. to dispose of the unifinishied bt siness of this Tea m. It is furthier ordered, that a writ of senire issue to summnon Petit anad Common Pieas Ji mrs for 'lie said Extra Court. - Ordered that one prubtic notice he given hera of y te Clerk throughi the Newspaiper put lished at Edgefield Court- H onse. T. J. WIT~HERS. Oct. 12. 1849 .tf 39 Copartnership. E aethis day associated with us, M J. E. BUCKM5AST~ult, in the train action of the General Comnmission aid Faclu age Business, which will l.,:reafter ho conduca uader the namie and style of JEFFEis, Con IAn & Co. JEFFERS & COTiIRAN. 'HRAN, R. J. BUCKMASTER MISSION MERCHANTS urg, S. C.-W ATDE RPROOF, ustai Ga.--FREPROOF. riends and the public generally that they ad COMMISSION BUSINESS in this rvices to RECEIVE. STORE oR SELL R CEIVE ..end FORWARD MER NTERS or MJERCHA NTS. Intosh-street, in the ceitie of the C6TfTON *rom water and isolated, therefore not ex -omutiing the inteiest of their friends, (which y solicit and hope to merit and receive a full bestowed, and for which they now return rhen required. on any prnduce in Store. JEFFER& COTHRAN, & CO. 33 ommission Business, nsth- Carolina. WARE-HOUSE of GEIGER & PARTLOW, ender his services in the Storage atnd Eale o0 rebandise and purchasing to order &c. whet mignment. I trust from the favourable to uureitiing attentioU to business, to obtaiu a e satisfactioiu. W. B. BRANNON. Gm 18 eir jgraleful thanks to their patrons for they the same fur W. B. BRA!NIMo, whom ttheii GElGER & KNIG HT. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA EDGEF'IELD DISTRICT. IN EQUI1'Y. Robert Meriwether, and others, Partition. Archy Crafton, and others. ) NOTICE is hereby given, that by vir - tue of an Order front the Court o I Equity in this case, I shall sell onl th premises, (on the Ware Tract,) on Wed t nesday, after the First Monday in Decem ' her re:t. being ifte 5th day of #lecember t the rea-l estate of Thomas Meriwether, larer portion (1) of which is woodland, a ofollows. viz: I No. I of the Upper Traci, containing bj , survey of D. White, D. S., bix hundret . acres, lying on Stephen's Creek, adjoinii F lauds of the estate of Jeptha Shairpinn, the ' estate of John Middleton, and Tract No 2, of the lipper Tract of said estate. f No. 2 of the Upper Tract. contaioing hi sufvey of D. Whi4e. D. S.. seven hundre r and sixty acres. lying on Stepeni's Creek ' bounded on the North by the ahove Trac1 0 (No. 1,) and the estate of John Middleton on the West Gy the road leading to Forey Ferry, and on the South by Mrs. Key an No. 3 of the said Upper Tract. - No. 3or the Upper Trat, contaruintg h, survey of D. White, 1. S., four hundre, acres, hounded on the North by the abov, - Tract, described as No. 2. on' the Easl ao - South by Mrs. Key and Dr. G: Tennant rt and on the WYest by the road leadiitt, , Furey's Ferry, and Tract No 4 of the Upp'e tt Tract. o No. 4 of the Upper tract or the L..cos h llill tract. containing for hundred ami .tswo acres by survey of D. WVhite, D. S. ,and) ho)unded on the North and lFa-t by thi t ab~ove tracts described as No. 2 and thi Furey's Ferry road,on tihe Sonth and Wes by the Estate of John M1iddletont, dec'di. 0No. 1 of the Lower or WVare tract, enni N aininng by survey of D. White. D). S., fou hundre~d and 6fily six neres. adjoining land of Thomas McKie, Nos. 2 and.4. of th, 14)wer or Ware tract, reserving the utse c the spring, known as the poplair spring S nienr the residetnce of Thomas McKiu. 1 s the said Thomaa MIc~ie and his wife du -ring their lives. dI No. 2 of the Lower or Ware tract, con -tainoig by survey of D. White, D. S., si: t hundredl and twenty-six acres, lying 01 -Stephen's Creek, adljining; lands of Tho: ; McKie. the estare of John W. Garrett,J i,l A. 1linston, antd Nos.1 land 3 of the Low d er or Warn tracts. s5 No. 5 of the Lower or WVare tract, con r. aining by survey of ii. White, D. S., si: is hutndred and fifty acres, lying on Stephen -. Creek anid aidjomning hands of Robert Met f tiwether, Joseph Crafton, and Nos. 4 ati 2, of the said upper or Ware tract. o No. 4 of the Lower or Ware tract, con a taiming seven hundred and thirty..aix acres It by survey of D. White. D. S., adjoinini lands of A4. T. Crafton, Joseph Craftot and Nos. I and 3~, of the upper or WVar tract. - No. 5 of the Lower or WVare tract con taining by survey of D). White, D. S., on s bu6sired and twentv-eight' acres, adjoinmin; e lands of William bearmond, A. T1. Cral t too, Thomas nic~ie, and on the east b: u the road leatding to Furey's Ferry, and No J d of the Lower or WVare tract. h ALSO d All the personalty of the said Thomz Merriwether, after taking ofl the shar , of William R. Meriwether, deceased e consisting of Negroes. Horses. Hogs. Cat e tie, Corn, Fotider, plantation Tools &c., Said Lands will be sold on a credit one and two years, except for so mucha will pay the cost of this suit to fie paid i - cash. And as to the personalty, a credit twelve months. Purchasers to give bond and good per *sonmal sureties, to secure the purchas tmormy.Crtoobt ~A T. CatnRbetMerriwether ani e Joseph Meriwether, living near Forie Ferry, will show the lands to any one de o siring to see them. S. S. TOM PKINS, C. E. E."D. Commissioner's Otfice, 2d, Oct. 18419. (QThe A bbeville Banner and August Chrotniclo nnud Sentinel will copy once week till first Monday in December, an fornward bill to S. S. T. Oct. 3,1849 9t 37 Just Received. .. 150 LBS. Choice Georgia madeCa I. 40 Sacks Salt, I10 B3is. New Flonr. an') lots of P,acon e hnn) yet at IJLANlI & BUTLlER'S. The Great Reniedy for Rheumatism, Gout, Pain in the Side, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joints, Scrofula, King's Evil, White Swellings, Hard Tamnors, Stij Joints, and ali Fixed Pains ichatecer. Where this Plaster i App"ied, PAIN CNNOT EXIST. A gentleman, in the South of Europe and Pales, ine, in 183M, heard so ninch said in the latter place in faivor of JEW DAVID'S PLAS TER, and of the (as he considered). miraculous cures he had peiforined', that lie was indlneed to try it on his own person, for a Long and Liver Affection, the removal of which had been the chier object or his journey, bint which' had resisted the genial and delicious cliliie. He accordingly applied a plaster 6n the right of hiN chest where the pain was seated, another between the shoulders, and one over ihe region of tIhe liver. In the mean time he diaik freely or an herb ten or laxative qnalities. He soon found his health iinpioving, andin a frw reeks his congh left him; the sallowness of his skin disappeared, his pain was removed, and his health bedaiiie perrmrnenify reitetated. The following is from Mr. Worstel, editor of the Alassillion Gazette, Ohio. "Gcntlemen-During last winter and spring, I was so troublad with a pain in breast as to iender me unfit for the duties of my office: and hearing your JEW DAVID'S or HE BREW PLASTER highly recoainended for similar cases, I was induced to give it a trial. I had worn a plaster upoin ily breast buit a short. time, when all pain left ine, and I was enabiled 4n1nin to engage inn the labors of the office. 1 wounld also state, that my sister, residing in steublenville in tis State, has received nnuch banelit from its use. Yours, truly, J. P. WORSTELL.'" Masillon, Nov. 12,1843. It hans been very beneficial in cases of Weak nesm. such as Pain and Weaktness n tine stoin. ah, Weak Limb, Laneness, Affection of the Spine, Femuale Weakness, &c. No female, suiblect to pain or weakness in the bik or sides, should be wi'thout ii. harried' idies in delicate situations. find great relief from con stantly wearing this plaster. The applintion of the Plaster between tine shilders has been found a eainln remedy for Colds, Gounghs, Plhthiiic and Lung Affections, inl their prmary stages. It destroys inflamma tion by perspiration. BtWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! Ci-reem-.-The Subscribers are tine only General Agents in the Soithern States for tie sale of this trnly vnluable Plaster; and ir. order to prevent purchasers being imposed upon by I a conterfeit article, sold inl this city and else where. flir the genuine, they invite particular attention todid iillowing marks of the Genuine. Ist.-The genuine ia put up in smooth, en' gine turned bottomed boxes, not soldered in. 2d -The genuine has the engraved head of Jew David oin the directionas, around the box, with accompatying record of Court to E. Taylor, Rochiester. ri' SGOVIL & MEAD, Chaitied Street, Wholesale Getneral Ageits for the Southern Stites, to whon all orders maust be add ae-id. Soldis; Wholesale and Retail by G. L. PENN. Agent Edgefield Court House, S. C.. ALO. lay HAVILAND & RISLEY. and 1. BARNEtT & CO , Augusta, Georgi'. Feb 14,1819 ly 4 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. r 5 TH E COMMON PLEAS. * P. JONES. when is now in tine caus WV tody of theo Sheriff' of Enlgefied Dis. Strict, by virtuec of a wr it oaf Capiats udc Satisfaci endumn, fit tine suit oaf Farrar& Hlays, Muerchnants hiaving fiMIn his peiini wvith n'scheduale ona outlh of ifi wh.| estaet and ie Rects, fur the putrpose of o ibtainin th,- ben niefits of the Acts of thme General tA'einbly' oft this S mie, comnianaily called the In solvenit D,-ttr... A'cis. Public Neinice is hereby -givna that fthe peinioan nifthe said WV. P. Jonnes. will be hnear. I an.l rnsiderail ini tine coaurtof Comn mnotn Plens. liar Eldgetield District, at Edgefield Coutrt 1lin-u otni Moniday thin 6th day of Malnrcha next. or on snacih oither day thnereafler, as the Court mnay tinder duiig rhe teron comn mnencding ott tine first Monday in March next, 'at Edgelield Court House; and alltihe creditors of' tine said WV. P. Jonnes, arc hereby sumooned either personally or by Attorneythen anid-there -in said Couart, to' shtow canne if anty they can, Swhny tine pnetitnon of tine said W. P. .enten, should neot he hneard and ciatsidlered, anad tine beinefit of tine Acts aforesaid should tnot be granted uapon .his execitmitg the~ assignment regnired by the said Acts. THIOS. G. BACON, Clerk. Chrk's Office, Edgefield C. H. 9th Aug., Il49. Ainnast 15 I3te 25 STATE OF SOUTFIf CAROINA EDGEFIELI) DISTRICT. SamelLoryIN EQUlTYL SamuelLowryad othner'' Bitt for Part iton asenr Lowry, Oliver Atkins EstnaLt ry adothners. SIT'I appenrinig to my satisfact~ion, that John J. J.Sweatmatn anad Charity his wvife,-if alive, a nnd Thomas Reatms, Celiin Retns, Demnaris Reams and Daniel Sweatiman, some of tine Defeundlants ini thnis case, are without the limits of this State, on motion byv Mr. Wardiaw. Plamitifll's Solicitor, ordered.'that the defendants above nanmed appear in tis Hlonorable Conart, andjplead. anwer or demuria to the Bill it this e nse, withnin three mnointhas fioma tihe publication af this order, ot thnat said Bill be takein prO coin fesso ageinist them. S.. S. TOMPKIJNS, c. E. . D aConmmissiotner's Office, A ugust 20, 1849. eAugust2'2, 3m 3 'STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. iN THE COMMON PLEAS. David Stalnaker, for "j SJH.ues Attachment. fWin. L. Cochrn.t fE liE planinitii in tine above case having this .Uday fied his declaration ta mny office, anad th& tdefendanat hnavinag ineithier wife nior at' torne, knowin to reside withnin tihe limuits of this State, oat whom a copy of nnaidl declatation,. with a role toplead, cnan be served, On motion of Mr. WVardlaw, Plainttiff's Attorney it is ordered, that tine said delendahnt appear anad plead to the said declaration, withtin a yenar and a day, fromi the date hnereoaf, or judgmnent wvill be awarded against him by defnult. a THO. G. BACON. Clerk. Edgefield C. HI. Cienk's Office, Ith Nov. 1848 Noccimber 8 ly -42 .Lfme. 3O BA R RELS choice Stone Lime, in fine order. For sale lay H. A. KENRICK. Heavy Cotton Domestics. B ROWN Shairtings ad Shteetinags, Net Silk Gloves, SBelt Ribona and La~ces, new anal fresh, can bc had at DLAND & BIUTLER'S. COMSTOCK's MEDICINES, CAN BE GOT ONLY AT THE APOTHECARIES HALL. TfE GENUINE BALM OF- COLUMBIA, FOR RESTORING THE HAIR. To the Ladies. "Long hair is a glory to woman," says Paula. And all reel the truth of the pious quotation; Preserve it then, ladies-your glory may rail, Unless you protect it with dis preparation. If yo. wish a rich, luxiwiant head of hir free from DandYntTf and Scurff,do not fail to procure the genuine Baln of Columbia. In cases of baldness it will mure than exceed your expectations. Cantion.-Never buy unless you find the name of Comstock & Co., on the wrapper of eneh-. bottle. Longley's Great Indian Panacea. lot.-For Colds and Feverish feelings- pwee venting Fevers. 2'-For Asthma, Livet Complaint and Bil lions affections. 3d-For Diarrhma, Indigestion and Lou d Appetite. 4th-For Costiveness in females and maeast. and Nervous complaints, 5th-Fot Stomach affections, Dyspepsi%. Piles, Rlheumatism, &c. The groat pointh are. it is not bad to take, never gives PAIN and NEVER leaves onar COSTIVE!! For nil these things it is warranted uneenall, i., fttid all- who do not find it so may return tie-i botile and get their amoney, Comstuck & Cos. Proprietors. 59 Poydras at , New Orleans. Dr. Larzeit's Juno Cordial or Pro' creative Elizir. For both nmili ald female-prescrilied' at ai effectual restorative in cases n debility, impo tency, or barrer ness, and all irregularities of nature. It is all that it professes to be. viary Nature's granmd restorative and remedy for those it, the married state without ofispring. Deafnes& Use Dr. 1icNair's ACOU'STfC OIL, or the cure of Dearness. Also. all those disagrea ble noises like the buzzing of msects, falling or water, whizzing of steam, which are symp. lonifol'app'dching'deafness. Many pewmeee who have been deaf for ten, fifteen. or twenty years, and were subject to use ear trumpets, have, afier using one or two bottles, thorwa aside their trumpets, being made perfeesy well. It has cared cases of ten. ifteen% a even thirty years standing of Deafnes. Priki $1 per fsk. Connel's Negi;cat Pain Eztractr. THE WORLD'S WONDER,-prononne. ed so by all who have ever nsee it SoA ip this place by J. D. CHASE, isa sovereigM remedly for Burns, Scafls Sore Eyes and Nipples, Eiyseplas. Bar6ors itch, Cuts, :Erup. tions of the Skin, &c. Hays' Liniment for the Piles, The wovat attack of the Piles are affeemsally and perrnmnenitly dfired' in a short time by the use ofthe &datiihe Hays' Liniment. Hundreds of our first citizens throughout time country have used this Liniment with complete success. It is warranted tn eire the most aggraved case. Caution.-Never bay itn mlems you- fiud the name of Comstock & Co., upon the wrapper. proprietors of the gentine article, or you are cheuted with a couiaterfet' lotkcer's Relif-Indian Discovery. All expecting-to become mothers. and anx *ions to avoid the pains, disress aid dangers of childbearing, are earnestly cnratted' r eall their fears, mray their nervousnse'ss. and scothe their way by the use or miiis moet extraordinary vegetable production. Those wile will candidly observe its virtues. must approve of it in their hearts; every kinad anid alm',-cinnmie hasland *will feel it his, moat solemn dmty to alleviate the distress his wire is exposed to, by a safe and cer taint mothod, which is, the aus ef time Mother's -- Relief. * Keep Your Feet Dry. *R emember, to preserve health, the feet shonld he kept dry,aiid thtat time OIL OF TAN IN rendem'ar leatfher water proof and donhier its dii rabiliry. Also-used for Harnuese and' Carniage tops. Comstock 4 Co.'s C'orneentrated Fluid FrE~mtract of Sarsaparitla. Forte cnre or Scromfula, Chronmc Rhenma tisot, Generval Debili-y, Canenneous Diseases, Scaly Eruptionas or the Skin., Tetrer. Pimples or Pustules on the Face, Liver Aliections, Mercst rial anid Sy philas Diseases, Biles from an ima" pumre habit of the body, Ulcerations of the Throat and'ELeg. Pamns amnd Swelling of the Bones, and all Diseases arising from amn impure state if the Blood. Exposure and lanprudence ina Life, Eteessive Use of Mlerary, &c. TIhis Sarsaparilla is warranted piosimively as good as any other (ihat can he miade at one dolhnr) at juast half thme prtce of those so much advertised, anmd as strong, viz: 50 cents per bottle, or cix bottles fo)r $2 50. Remember to ask for Comnstock's Sarsapamilla, anad take no other. Dr. Spohn's Sick Headache Remedy. Why will you suffer with thmat distressing complainat, when a remedy is at hiand thmat will not fasil to enre youm? Thmis remedy wmll effec rirally destroy miny attack of headache, either nervous or hillionsa. It lhas cured cases of twenty years''standing. Have you a Cough? Do not neglect it-thousands have met a premnature death for the wanmt of attenition to a cummnon Cold. Have .3on a Cough? Rev,. Dr. Bartholomew's EXPECTORANT PINK SY RUP, will most positively give relief, and save yomu from that most awfuil disease, Pml monaory Consumpttion, which usually sweeps into the grave hundreds of the young, the old, the- lovely and time gay. Comstuck Hleres' Nerve and Bone Liniment. AND 1NDIAN VEGETABLE EL1XER--. Is warramnted to cnre any case of Rheunmatism, Gontr, Contracted Chords and Muscles, or Stif Joints. mtregthens Weak Limbs. and enable. those who are crippled to walk again. Use this article and be cured, or go without it and saffes as yott please. Certificates of cuires by the hun dreds can be seen at 59 Poydras street, N.-(A. wvhere this article is sold only genumie. Carton's Ring Bone and Spavin Cure For the eire otf Ring Bone. Blood Spasir, Bone Spavin, WVind Galls, Splints, and Curb on Horses. Also, CA RLTON'S FOUNDR OlNTMa ENT, for the cnre of Founder,. Split Hoof, Hoof-bound Horses, and Cbmntracted Feer. Also, all Watnnds, Btuises itn the Flesh. Galled Backs, Cracked H'eels. Scratches, Niek' ings, Docking, Cuts, Kicks, &e. Caution. All of the abowe named articles are sold numy genuine by COM STOCK & CO.. 59 Paydras street. New Orleans. COM STOCK & BRIO -TIH ER S. 60~ Secunmd st., St. Louis, and COM. -STOCK & CO., 21 Courtland st., New York, Proprietoia of thme Original and nly Genumne M~agical Paiui Extractor. Has also on hand a compllete assortment of Soaps amid Perfumery, which will be sold lower than at any other house in the United States, for cash. Alan for sale by G. L PENN, Agent, Edge fiel C. H. S. C.