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For Sheril. TIHOS. W. LANHAM, JOllN HILL, .EWIS JONES, 1'. J. WiII'I'AKER, ALFRED MAY, WESLEY BOI)IE. H U3IPHREYS BOULWARE, For Tax Collector. MOODY lARRIS, F. W. BURT. 13. F. GOUDEY, JOHN QUATTLEI1UM. WM L. PARKS, TiIEOPHILUS DEAN, L. A. BROOKS. ROBEL!T CLOY, SAMPSON R. MAYS. ISAAC BOLES. DERICK IOLSONBAKE, For Ordinary. H. T. WRIGHT. VIRGIL M. WilITE, HUGH A. NIXON, EDWARD PRESLEY. W. L. COLEMAN, WM. I. MOSS. For Clerk. WM. M. JOIINSON, THOS. G. BACON, EDMUND PENN. OLIVER 'TOWLES. PETER QUAT''LElUM. M.L.BONHAM W ILL practice LAW and I-'quITY In the Southern Cirenit, comprising the Di4 tricts of EDGun .r n I , ORANGErButtO, BARwELL, Co.LETo and BYAuroRT. His Office is at Edge-field Court louse. Aug. 22d, 1849, 6m '3l1 JOSEPh ABNEY, ATTORNEY AT L.4IA . W ILL be rond in his iffice at Edgeied Court Mlouse, adjAoiing Bryan's Brick Store, on Saturdays, Saledays, and Court, weeks. Fe will attend promptly and strictly to busi ness in his profession. January 10 . tf 51 Planter's Hotel, CORNER OF CHURCI AND qUEEN STREE'TS, Charlestonl, S. C. FORIFRLT KIPT BY CHARLES If. 5ioT. J alES W. LA.\KIN & JA.MES M. HURST havinig taken the albuve exten sive and well known Establi-hliment, snlii the patronage of their friends and the public gen. erally. Charleston S. C. Anust 1, 1849. tf 23 Noiice. LT. p-rsons indebied to the Estate or . John E. Dohy. deceanised. are reinaested to make pavment, anl those havmIg demandis against the Estate, will render them in properly attested. JOEL CURRY, Adm'r. Dec 5 1849 3W 46 JMolice. LL persons indebted to the Estate or Johnu Powdeceased, ate earnestly re.ested to muake innunediate payment, and allI tho'se hiaving demnands aigainist said Estate, are also requecste~d to, present accordmg; to law. A. JONES, Admn'r. Oct. 31 tf 41 Genuine Cod Lirer Oil. JST received, a supply of this vnalale article recenitly tbrongl-t into such exteny sive use by its astuonising el'ectsn ii nluhnoanar and othier diseases. It is report bay onie plhys cian, (Dr. WVilliamnns, of N. Y.) thnniat f23l cae or tubearculouse disease of thne in ngs, treated dur-. ing the last two anad a h..lf years, of which lie has preserved notes, only nineteean derived no anarked bnenefit from thne use of this Oil. In nur own comuiunnity onc peso has alreaidy been,. to all appearances. miaterial benefittead lby this remiedy. For Sale lby G, L. PENN, Agenat. Se pt4. 1849 tf 33 Choice New Crop Molasses. 2O BAR RELS new Gropi New Orleanse M olasses. Jo Barrels Sugar Hounse Syrup, 6 lRhas. prime WV.I. Mualassesa. For sale lay 11. A. K ENRICK. hamburg, Nov 2G tf 4~> Cheese, Smoked .Beef, &c. 60O BOX ES primec Goshen Cheese, 200 lbs. Smnokedi Beef, .3 Doz. Snmokedn Tongues, 5 do Pickled do For sale by 1I. A. KENICK. Hamburg, Nov 26 if 45 New Buckwheat Flour. 03 BAGS, 20 Boxes, 20 Qr. Barrels, 10 3 lhalf,. and 5 Barrels new Ijuchawheat Flour. For sale by HI.A. KENICK. Nov 261849 if 45 Candles, Soap, &c. S O BOXES Sperm anid Adamnantiine Can dIes, 15 Boxes Hull's Caindles. 21) do W inchiesters To'mrpentinie San- p, 20 do Taailet amnd Sha~vinag do Foar sale lay 11. A. KENICK. Hlamburg, Nov 26 tlf 45 NORTIIEN APPFJS, POTATOE.5, t'c IO BARRELS Northern Apples, 20 Barrels Northnerin Potutoes. 5 Barrels Northerni Oniauus, 2 dna do Crainberries. For sale by II. A. KEN RICK. Hamburg, Nov 20 tf 45 Copartnership. WE have thsdaay associatedl with uns. Mr. ..E. BUCKMASTIt, in the trains. action of the Gecaa Counaissi-u and Fa*ctor uge IDasiaaess, whlich w ill haerenfier lae conduneted under th~ nme and style of JEFFERs, CaaTH it.ss & Co. JEFFERS & COTIIRAN. IIaabunrg, Sep t. 10, 18419, tf :;4 JTew ..Plackerei. -O PA CKAG ES new Mackerel. Nos S.2 and 3. ini whole, halves aund qutarter Banrrels, and Ket. For sale by HI. A. KENRICK. Hlambuirg, Nov 26 :f 45 Flue Chgewing~ Tobacco. BOXES Fine Chiewinig TOBACCO of"Nectar Leaf,' " Eldoirado," " Rougi aind Ready," &c., For ru~li v 11. A. 1KENRICK. Ilanabr;. Nov. 5. 18I19. if 41: State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. James S. Pow. Margaret ) A. Pow, and others, Vs. Partition. Joel P. Hill. and his wife Margaret P. ) N OTICE is hereby given that by vir tue of an order from the Court of Equity in this case. I shall sell at Edge field Court House on the first Monday in January next, the following real estate of Jacob Iow, dec'd., viz: The Ilottestead, composed of two sepa. rate parcels of lard., the portion on which the residence of deceased is situated, con taining seventy-five acres, more or less, and one other parcel containing nine hun dred acres, more or less, lying on Aline and Dry Creeks, and adjoining lands of Ilugh Wever. - Wright, William Ed wards, William Wadkios, R. 13. Bouk night and others. The John Pow Tract, containing three hundred acres. more or less, lying on Burnett's Creek and Little Saluda River, atid adjoining hands of T. 11. Coleman. John Mobley. Allen Dozier, and others. The Richardson Tract, containing one hundred and nine acres, more or less, lvitng on Richland Creck, and adjoininag lands of - Said lands will be sold on a credit of two years, with interest fro:n the day of sale, a'x-ept l4r so much as will pay the cost of this suit, to be paid in cash. Pur chasers to give hord and good personal streies and a Mortgage cof the premises to secure the purchase money. S. S. TOM PINS.c. rE.. D. Comm'rs. Office, Dec. 1, 1849. Dec. 5, 5t 4G STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN EQUITY. Jno. L. Carey, and others, Vs. Partition. Win. 51. Bobo, and others. N OTICE is hereby given that, by vir tue of an Order from the Court of Eqtity in this case, I shall proceed to sell at Granieville. on Monday the thirty-first (lay of Decerr.ber next, the following real estate, viz: One tract of land containing fve thou. santtd n.res. more or less, situated in the District and State aforesaid, on Wise Creek, a tributaty stream of Horse Creek, and adjotining lands of Darling J. Walker. the Gratiteville Manufacturing Company, J. G. 0. Wilkinson, and others. Said land will be sold on a credit of one and two years, with interest from day of sale, except as to so tch as will pay the cost of this suit to be paid in cash. Pur chasers to give bond and good persotsl surelies and a tnortgnge of the premises to secure the purchase money. S. S. TO.\ PKINS, C. E. E. D. Conn'rs. Olfice, Nov. 28, 1849. Nov 28 5t 45 STATE OF SOUTH CAHOLINA EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EpQ1UTY. Barbara Rish, and others, Vs. Partition. Uriah Tnahtett, and wife and others. N OTICE iq hereby given tht by vir tue of an Order from the Coturt of Eqauity itt this case, I shall proceced to sell ont the 24th D~ecemher next, at the late residetnce of Michael Long. dec'd., thte lollowitng tracts of laud, belonginag to said Deceatsead, viz: The Illame Traet, conttaining four htun.. dredl and thirty ('130) acres, tmtre or lese, lying on Lick Creek, anad adjoitting launds of A datm Eilehaerger, Samuatel Boughntight. and other lands of staid .Michtael Lontg, d eCeast'di. Th'le liantks' Tract, contmaitting four hun-. dred anal ttinety (490) acres, more ordess, anal adjointintg landa taf Adam Eigleberger, Ilugh S. Boyd, Ilemty Sanith, Juseph WV. Trnatter and oiters. The Piney Woods Tract, containting three htuttdred anal sixty (3G0) acres, ttmore oar less. and aadjatinittg lands of Jatel I tab nett, Emanuel Caughmran, and Adama Ei berger. Saidl Ilands will be sold on a credit of one and two years, with interest frotm attd after one year fromt the day of sale, excepat as to so muchl as wsill pay the cost of thtis suit to be paid in cash. Purchasers to give btotnd antd gatod persottal sureties to secure the purchase money. S. S. TOM PKINS, C. E. E. D. Comm'rs. Office, Nov. 2.8, 184i9. Nov. 28, 4t 45 State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELED DI.sTRICT. IN EQUITY. Eugente Uurt, Wiliat nyMerri wet her, and on wife unad others. 1NOIlCE is herchy given that by vir, toe oaf art order from the Coaurt oaf Equitaty ttt this case, I shtall sell at the late residence of Mrs. Susatt Burt deceased, on Thursay the twenttietht of December next, the fallowing negroes in famnilies, (when practicable,) viz: Lewis G5 years of age. Hampton 45 yeats of age, Andrew 2:3 years of age, Allen 17 years of age, Jame~s 10 years of age, Aaron 5 years of age, George 1 year af age, Chaerles 1 year of age, Catndvess 45 years oaf age. Fattoy 40 years of age. IDinaht 40 years of age, Louizat 30 years of age, llzarriet 20 years of age, Vinia 19 years of age, Mart ha 14 years tof age, Mar. garct t 10 yeat-s of age, Mary 7 years of age, Rose 7 years oaf age, Silva 4 years of age, Anarchty I year of age. Margaret 7 years of age, Jue 4years of age, Harriet 2 years of ae Sadslaves will be soldl on a credit of ane year, except Atndrew whto wvill be soald for eanough casht to pay thte cost or this suit. Puirchasers to give bond and good sureties to secure thte pturchtase montey. Comn'rs Oflice, Nov. 28,. 1849. Nov 28 4t 45 Removal. TIIE Subcriber havitng pntrehased or Mnr. 8. F.G ldeais residetnce in the Village, htab retioved to the samae. ~f t1 , ~.9,E. F. TEAGUE, M. D. MORE NEW GOODS. T. BRENNAN & CO AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. A RE CONSTANTLY receiving fresh sup plies of FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, from Now York. They have now in store a full and complete stock of (joods suitable foi the season, amongst which are the following to which they invite the attention of the pub lic: Extra Rich Camelion Turk Satin. Rich Changeable Enbroidered and Plait Silks. Black Lavantine Silk. 4 Poult Do Soie, " Gros de Rno Merino and Thibet Cloths. F.olians, Oriental$ and 1irocades. Mohair, Lustres and Pataniettit Clothes. Striped, Figuied, Embroidered and Camelion Alpacas (all colors) from 25 to $1,00 pe ya'd. Black Alpacas, from 18j to 1,25 per yard. M%. do Leans 18j to 374 per yard. Cashmercs, 25 to 75 per yard. Scotch and French Ginghams 124 to 25. 500 pieces all kinds of Calicoes. 4 to 124 cis Bleached and Unbleached Shirtings, 4 to IC cents. 10-4 11-4 and 12-4 Bleached Sheeting, 31. to 374 per yaid, A LSO, Fine Canton Crape Shawls. Eibrqidered Thibet Shawls, White and Col. ored. Cashmere, Brochea, Aierina and Damask Alpacca Shawls. Over one thousand Plaid Wool Shawld, all sizes and styles f(oni 25 ets. to $3,0IC each. 9.4, 10-4, 11-4. 12-4 and 184 Fine Bedi Blankets. 12.4 Mlarsailles Quilts. White and Red Flannels, 15 to 50 cents. A full supply of Bioad Clothes, Cassimers, Vestitgs, Turras Sattinets, Kentucky Jeans, and a variety of goods fot Youths wear. Negro Blankets, 8-4 9-.4 and 10,4 62 cente to $1 00 each. - Kerseys, Osnaburgs and Augusta Factory Shirting, at Factory prices. Damask Table Diaper, 371 to $1.50 per yd, Irish Linens and Linen Lawns, 25 to $1,01C per Yatd. Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, 6.} to $1,0C each. Thread Edgings, 6j to 25 cents per yard. Plaid, Jaconct and Cambric hIuslins, 12 ti 50 cents. A great variety of Hosiery of all kinds fo Ladies, Misses and Children. Furniture Dimity, 124 to 25 cents per yard, A few pieces 4-4 Cotton Carpeting, 25 to 31 cents per yard. Fringes. Buttons, Gimps &c. &c. Buck, Kid, Silk, Lisle, Berlin, Merimo ani Cloth Gloves for Gentlemen, Ladie. and Children. We respectfully invite the public to call and examine our stock as we feel confiden the goods and prices cannot fail to give sa tisfaction T. BRENNAN & CO. Opposite the Mansion House..and next tc Iland & Williams', Grocery Store. N. B -Parcels delivered in Hamburg, free of charge. Nov. 21 5t 44 Edgefield Female Institute M It. RlOBERT ff. NICII1D''.8, who has for the last tlee yt. . . . chargi of the Fuller Institute, Grt-enwood, Abbevilkt District, and who has accepted the iiiimeoem invitationa uf the ristees of the Edgefieldl Fe. muale Institutate, to become the lRr.c-ren of thal istituition . feels imnchi pleasu re in anmnuning o this arraniiemnent to the puli c atnd espieciailly tt his nmerons patroiis in Edgefield District. It is his intention, on the secotid leMonday ii January next, to) open a schtol in Edg'elil Village. wherein every accoimplishenat, Lite rry, Sicientific,. atnd Orinmental, necessary i a perfect feiiale education may be acquired, nod whereby parents may be spared the ex pense ol seniditng their dauigheters to those dis izaces frome home, which are ah~vays sonices ou p~iiaimud oftn pirejiiiicin'. An expericiee ot inore than Iwenly finr. years in his professioti. lhas matutmred his tlaiis, andi given hiom a thioromgh knowledge of~ the einr aatrs antd requhiemientsi of youth-his disei pline is strict but paena -mtives uf diiiy and ua'ctionu, are the itndtucemients to studil which lie incic.ites. aind his slystem is ratheur ti enilarge the intd, thean toouverbiurden the mot ry t-nsefuil kniawledge. hazs entire precedenic of' that whlich is ornamen tal, and the eleiien tary branch les of education, nre thorongbly in stilled, before advanaced studies are pennmiitted. Every accomnplishmnait is. howevr, ceirriedl ti its hiigest grade, andl aided hby suiperiaor aind numiieronis Assisttants, all necessary mtusical inumen mts anid phmdosouphical apparitms, he irnts hie tmay recive a conti naznce ofthiai lile rl iatronmage, which he ims far years enjoyed ini Edlgeaield, A bbeville, Laumeens, atnd New berry Ditricts. Thle REc'TOR refe.rs to the Advertisement oc the Trrusiees, and to the folliwiing gentlemien: Guv. D.ryto Jonssos, I lon. WV. J1. GntarsoN Col. F 11. Emi.MitRF., Dr. Wait 5MoirLsy, Cl. I.. II. alusniY, IDr. Jons~ NicnoL~so blessrs JEF'FEit5, CoTtIR.AN & Co., &c. A prospectus of Plamas, Instructors, anu Termns, will shortly lie piiblishedl. Edgefield C. HI., Nov. 8, 18419. V7 T1hie Southern linptist, Tlemnperane Ad. vocate, Ilienburg Republican and Laurensvilh Heral, will please insert weem.kly iuniti January and forwamrd ttieir accounts tuo this office. Nov. 14. 7t 43 Edgefield Female Institute T 11 lE TRUSTEES aof the luastitutiaon. aiu .1 onsu tao elevate its charracter andte useful. ness, have recently pnrchasedl a large and connnodions hit ofrhad within the tuawn, iuei which they have creced suituable buildiogs. and now annonunce to the ptiblic. thuat they havy secured the services. as lte'ctor andl General Instructor, of .\lni. IlolERtT II. Nicuotu.s. T1he hiis~ituite will bae opened on the Firs Moinday in Jatnuary we xt. Ma i. Nicuou~.s. ha: had marny y'ears expuerience iea his professiaan. Was Professoar in Jeffersone Cullege, Louisinna -has recently taught with grealt success. Greenwood, ande has been indneed to take charge of this institution, wvithi a view to a per manent nbode amnongst ius. Th'le Trrustees caontidenatly state. that everj facility to -a complete and fliished Female Edt ction, will lie afl'arde'd at this l.1stitiition, at mst earntestly appeal to the piublic generally and patrticiilarly to the citizens of~ Etegell District, to give it their aid ad piatrornge. Excellent borard can hie obtained at reasoina ble raites in the town anod its vicimy. instrinetresses itt Mumsic, Driawing, Paintintg Embroidery, &c., will be conieccted with i The rates of Titiona w'ill lie reansonall These, with the regiationi of the Seqsions, am oiler matters. whilie publlishedl in due time. N. L. GRIFFIN, EI)MUND PENN, Rt. T. M l~l 8. 8i. F. GOODE.L n...bcr3-in 4an ,f 41i Tic Great Remedy fur l:heumatism, Gout, Pain in the Side. 1Hip, Back, Limbs and Joints, Scrofula, Kingt's Evil, I'ite Sicellings. Hard Ttumors. Stif Joints, and all Etzed Pains clatecer. Where this Plaster is Applied, PAIN CANNOT EXIST. A gentleman in tie Smith of Europe and Pales-ime, in 1830, ienri sr much said in the latter place in favorofJEW DAVID'S PLAS TEl. and of the (as lie considered) tmiirncinlns cur.s lie had perflormoed, that lie was induced to try it on his own person, for a Long and Liver Atfection, the removal of which had been the chief object of his jourey, but which had resisted tIme genial and deliiois cliile. lie accordingly tipp1lied a pliaster on tie riirit of his chest where the pain was seated, anotlier beiween the slioulders. and one oyer the regiion f tlie liver. Is the men time lie diank freely ol' an herh tea of laxative qmiilities. lie soun imod his henlth improving, and in a few weeks his cough left him; the sallowness of his skin disappeared. his pain was removed, and his henith became perimaiently Venerated. The followitig is from Mr. Worstel, editor if tei Massillion Gazette, Ohio. Gentlimen-Durin last winter and spring, I was so tiotilmed with a pain in breast as to rmender me nnfit fur lhme duties of my ollice: andi hearitig your JEW DAVID'S or I!E BitIV PLASTER hilily recommended for similar cases, I was induced to give it a trial. I had worn a plaster npon my breast bit a shirt time, whens all pain left mie, aid I was enabled agam to engage in the labors of' tIme office. I would also state, that mny sister, residing in Steibenville in this 8tate, has received much benetit f1rom its use. Yours, truly, J. P. WORSTELL" Mlasillon, Nov. 12, 1843. It has been very beneficial in canses of Wenk ness, such as Pain and Weakness in the stom ,ch. Weak Limbs, Lamneness. Aflectim of the Spine, Female Weakmess, &c. No female, subject it paiit or weaikness in the back or sides, should be n ithout it. larried lathes iin delicate situations, find great relief froi con stttily wearing this plaster. ie oppliciation of time Plaster between tIme shilders b.is teen found a certain remedy for CuMs, Goughs, Pitisic anl Lonmg Afieretiois, ins their pruary stages. It destroys inammilana. lion by lierspirationi. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! CAuTos.-The Siubscribters are the only GenerI Agets ins the Soutiibern States for Uhe s:dle of tiis truly valuable Puster ; and it. order to prevent pitrchasers being imposed upon by a counterb-it article, sold in this city :nd elser where. for the genuine, they iivite particuln atuemlion to the titilowing marks of the Genuine: 1-,i.-The genuine is put lilt in smoothi, en gimme turited bittomued boxes, not solderod in. 2d -The gentiine lins the engraved head of [ Jew David on the directions, aruond the box, with nccoumpanying record of Court to E. Taylor, Rochester. T SCOVIL & 3IEAD. Chartres Street, Wholesile Gemeral Ageits for the Soitier Statles. to wh11om1 all orders muist lie addressed. Sold ains; Wiolesale and Retail boy G. L. PENN. Ageti Edgefield Court House, S. C.. AioS. by IHAVII.AND & RISLEY, and J. BARNETT & CO , Atigtisla, Georgin. Feb 14.1849 ly 4 Edgefield Male Academy. r1111E TiRUSTiU.ES of iiii lstititmin, htmve itctedml n TuIotAs JousMsos, Im'c tor, for the ensinig year. Man Jonsmis,--was eiibienteil at thn Moniith Caroiini College, timd isi very favoraly knomwn., :ns :mn Instructor iin a resiiccitnoe Academy, in this District. Tme TIrmusiees have somte assinrance that MRn. .Jnssos, willi devmmte imself exclusively to lihi tzmit, pr tsionmne rmVi aetsadnii , merms teconfidentily reco mnieid him to time , eossupport iii time conutuiity. -rThe Aendiemny will lie m'penied by M1rn. .Jous r sn, n thme First aliindamy in .inomaay next. Ii shalil be the e thort of time Truisters, tim cmi--iperaute i with time 1lectoir, itt presem viiig gmood mooral I atmongst Ithe pupilis, andh ini(m frnishinmg to ihie publiic, time beat possible eduicationi for thmeir soits. Ramtes of Tuition. rulies arnd rcegulations, wyill be puLiishied herntier. JOH N LIPSCOM B3, ) . F. II. WVAiitDLAW. I JOlhN BXUU(KETT, ) N. L. GIUlFFIN. J Octmbtr 30, 18419 tf 41 Clear Spring Academy. iiE Trrnstees of this Academy would m-t for the p-bhic that, for thme emnsting year, they have secemedt the services of air. James L Lesly, who ha~s beeni so iong amid favmmmrnbly knoiwnt as Teacher at Greeniwood andiu eise~ fwhe~re ini onur District. 'rie Academyi is Inca. tedi in a healthy andmm moral cmmmtnuntity, five mim's East of Calhonim's 31lills, amid twelve ileks Sombtl of Abbeviile, C. II. The schol.mstic year wvill lie divided mun twr1 sessints ouf live tmnths each: atnd pnpiui s will he Ichamrged from the time omf enterinig unmtii te ent ofI time sessioni. Exercises to comt.nentce on thu 2di 3mittdiay tm Jauairy. Tme followinig are the establishcd rates ol For the eleents emnbracinmg rendinig, writig, spteiling:mrm and ~tutal exerci ses itt Aritimnctic. per Sessimit. SG OC Te abive with Eniglish Grammur. Geo~ra pity, amid Artitimetic, pier Sessioni.$8C Tme aibove with Piloisoihy, Chietmes -try, Algebra. Geomtetry, &.e. per S essiont. $10 Of Them abiotve with Lntini atnd Greek. $15 lii ([T Good honardim:g ennm hie mbtained cemuiL nient to time Acadmylmtt at $11 (i pe mOnltih. Abbeville:, Dist. Nov. . 1]49. 2mi 42 1AMERICAN HOTEL. , &JHAIYBURG, ,y ...' So.Ca, . F11031 the very increaise' patronmaged ex tenidod to the subscritber.hle lins been ine d uced tom itmprove his HOUSE amid PiREMII 8ES still fmurhmer, andh would respiectroliy nnt normnneic tin his former patronis anmd time pmubic, tihtt ihe is now well prepared imo mak all coam fmmrtabmle who may limvor him with mm calii. rTe ST.ABILES ammd CARtItAGE 1101. S ES hmave beencm elairged amid impronuvedl, amni p~ersonis leniving horses may depend upon haev Sinig thtem well attendedi to. HIOllES andi CAllitLAG ES always in ren dinecss to convey paiwntgers to, anmd frott u.h htaii Rad. or to cay part otf the Coiuntry. Wal. KETCH AM. IInmhumrg, Sspt. 19. 1849, 3m 35 For sale. A GOODf Scond-hanid Canrinugm. nenurl new. WV. P. BUTLER. Ware--House & C( Mambur, Soi T H E Undersigned having taken the W late Geigur & Knight. respectfully ten Cotton and other produce, forwarding lercl desired. The usual advances will he made on con cation of the WARE-IlOUSIC. and by um liberal share of patronage and hope to give : July 25, 1849, The undersianed respectfully return theni liberal stipport and solicit a CtitnulcO of 1 confidently recommend. D R. TOWNSND'S COMPOUND EX TRAG T 0 F The most extiaordinary Medicine in the 11ortd. 6:3-Tliis Extract is put up in quart bottles; it is six times cheaper, pleasanter. and war ranted superior to any sold. It cures with out vomiting, purging, sickening, or debihta, ting the Patent. The great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla over all other medicine is, that while it eradicates d:scase, it iivigorates the qody. It is one of the very hest SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICININES Ever known; it not enly purifies the whole system, and strengthens the person, bitt 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 disease; 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 Camen of General Debility and want ot Nervous Enerxy. Dr. Townsend's Saisaparilla invigorates the whole system permanently. To those who have lost their muscular energy by the use of medicine or indiscretion committed in youth, or the excessive indulgence of the pas sions, and brought on a general lhysical pros tration of the nervous system, lassitude, want of ambition, fainting sensations, premature decay and decline, hastening towards that fatal disease. Consumption, can be entirely restored by this pleasant remedy. This Sar sa parilla is far superior to any INVIGORA TING CORDIAL, as it removes and invigo rates the system, gives activity to the limbs, and strength to the muscular system, in a most extraordinary degree. Consuption Cured. Cleanses and .Strengthens Consumption can be cured, Pironchilist, Consumption, Liver comn plaint. Cols, Catarrh Coughs, Asthma, Sit. ting of Bloot, Soreness in the chcst. Ilett Flush, Night Swtas, Dificult or Profuse Ex. pecoration, Pain in the bide, &c. have been and can be cured. hllieunintis. This is only one of more than 4,000 cases of Rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsa parilla has cured. 'The most severe aind chronic cases are weekly eradicated dy its extraot dinary virtues. NJames Cummings, Esq., one of the assis tants in the Lunatic Asylum, Blackwell's Is land, is the gentleman spoken of in the fol lowing letter: Dr. Townsend, Dear Sir: I have suffered terribly for nine yeats with the Rheumatism; considerable of the time I could not eat, s'eep or walk. I had the utmost distressing pains atid my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used four botmtles of your Sarsaparilla, and thaey have done me more than one thousand dollars worth of good. I am so much bet ter-indeed, 1 am entirely relieved. You are at liberty to use this for the benellt of the af flicted, Yours respectfully, JAMaES CUMMINGS. FITS! F)TS! FITS! Dr. Townsend, not having tested his Sarsa parilla in cases of Fits, of course never recomn mended it, and was sturprised to teceive the following from an intelligent and respectable Faimer ini Westchiester county: FOnDnAn, Aug. 13, 1857. Dr. Townrend, Dear Str--I have a little girl seven years of age, wvho has been se veral years afilicted with Fits; wye tried almost eve rythtingr for her, but without success; at last, although we could find no recommendation in our circulars for cases like hers, we tho't as she was in very delicate health, we would give her some of your Saisaparilla, and arc very glad we did, for it has not only restoree her strength, but she has had :io return of the Fits, to our great pleastue and surprise. Shte is fast becoming rugged anid hearty. fur which we feet gratful. Yours, respectfully, JOH IN BUTLER, Jr. FE.MALE~ MEDiCINE! Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign and speedy cure for Incipient Consumption, Harreness, Prolapsus Uteri, or falling of the womb, Piles, Leucorrma, or Whites, obstruc tion or diflicult Mienstruration, incontinence of Urine, or involunt'tary discharge thereof', and for the general prostration of te system;i no matter whether time result of inherent cautse, produced by irregularity, illness or ac cident. Not hinig can be more surprising than its invigorating eflects on the human frame, Persons all weakness and lassitude, froni tak ing it, at once become robust and full of en ergy under its influence. It immediately counteracts thme tnervelessness of the female frame, wvhich is the great cause of barrenes. It will not be expected of us, in eases of so delicate a natture, to exhibit certificates of cities performed but we can assure the afilic ted, that hundreds of cases have been report ed to us; thousanids of cases where fs.miliesu have been without childien after using a few hotth-e' of this invaluable medicine, have been blessed with fine, healthy ofispring. Greatlillessing to Mothelsrs and Children. It is thme safest and most effectual medicine for purifying the system, antd relieving the sufferings attendant ttpon childbirth ever dis covered. It strengthenis both the tmter and child, prevents pain an~d disease, increases and enriches the tood, and those who have used it, think it is indispensable. It is highly useful both before and after confitnemen, as it prevents diseases attendant upon childbrthi. In Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swelling ot the Feet, Despondency, Hearmburn. Vomit.. ing, Pain ini the Back and Loins, False Pains, Hemorarhage, and in regulatirng the Secre tiotns antd equalizing the circulation it has no equal. The greet beauty of this Miedicine. is, it is always safe, and the most delicate use ittmost successtully, OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS. Dr. Townsend is almost daily receiving or, ders from Physicians itt dihferents parms of the Union. This is to certify that we, the undersigned Physicians of the City of Albany, have in nu.,er.o.s ca.e pr--,ib1 nr. Toaneta. >mmission Business, ilt- Carolina. ARE-flOUSE of GiGF.a & PARTLOW, der his services in the Storage and E1le of iandisu and purchasiig to order &c. when ignment. I trust from the favourable to. reirniing attetiOU Lt businaess, to obtain a atisfactiou. W. B. BRANNON. 6m grateful thanks to their patrons for they to same for W. IL BRANNON, whom thei' GEIGER & KNIGHT. Sarsaparilla, and believe it to be one of the most valuable preparations in the market. H. P. PULING, Ml. D. J. WrtsoN, Al. D. R. 13. HRIGCs, I. 1). P. E. ELBerroona, M1. D. Albany, April 1, 1847. CA UION. Owing to the great success and- immense sale of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla. a num, ber of men who were formerly our Agents, have ccmmenced making Sarsaparilla Ex tracts, Elixirs, Bitters, Extracts of Yellow Dock, &c. They generally put it up in the same rhape bottles, and some of theta have stole and copied our advertisements ; they are only worthless imitations and should be avoided. For sale in Edgefield at the DRUG AND GENERA. STORE by G. L. PENN, Mlarch 14, 1849 lV 8 Agent. Choice Articles, JUST RECEIVLD. T EW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, English Diry Goshen Cheese, No. I and N1. 2 Mackerel. Fresh Soda Biscuit, Fresh Citrrionts, Citrot, Raisits. Almontds, Pican Uuts, Filberts. Fig', Prunes, Capers tid Preserves. 4 -A1.so Amscovado Mhtses and N 0. Syrup, Fresh Itice, Black Tea, and 7 Kegs Duponts Powder. All or wh;ch will be sold al the lowest market price. C. L PENN, AeKS?. Nov.21, if 44 4 To Physicians, Druggists AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS. Dr. J. N. Keeler and Bro. must respectfully 'olicits attetin to their freh stock of English, French, German and American Drugs. iledi. eines. Cheiieths. Paimts. Oils Dye Sinfis, Ghas< Ware, Perfitmery. Paotent Medicines. &c. Having opened a new store, No,. 294 Market St. with a fullsulopiy of Fresh Drugsund Med cines, wve rfelectflhly solicit Gmmntry denlers 0o examine our stock hefore purchasing else where, promising onie und all who may feel dis. posed t, extetid to us their pitronage, to sell het genuine Drugs anl Medicines, on as Jib !rni terms as any other houise in the City, and :4 faihiully execute all orders entrusted to us promptly am with di.;patch. Ote of lthe proprietor< heings a reginr phy aician, nitfords mople guSaratnte o the gemtinte luttlity onft l icles sold at their establishment. we especi:illy invite dritipisis and country nerchants, who tmay wish to hecomne agents ir Dr. Kecler's Celbrated Family aicis, snm.daurd anl opular reitedies.) to forward. heir adi'res. Soliciting the patronne of dealers, we re rnain, J N. KFEEl & 1IO., Wholesale Drnggists, No. 294 Market street, Philaidelphia. SSepttmber 19, 1849. iy 35 STATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA. - EDGEFIELI) DiSTRI!CT. IN TIlE COMMION PLEAS. P. JUNES. who is now ins the eim VV tody or the SherrilT or Eylgefieid Dis., nrit, by virtue of a writ of Capias adh Sntisfaci etuma, at te suit of Farrar & Hlats, Merchmant having tiled is pietitiotn with nse hiednle on oath ifrhis whotle estate anid efb-ets, for the purpose of obtaining~ the bentefit.r of the Acts of the Genieral Assemibly of this 8tatte, ctatommoly enthled the in solvent Debtnrs Acts. Publhic Notice is hereby given thant thte pe-titismt of the said W. P. Jones, will he heardt uad cotnsidereud itn the conrtof Cotm mon Plens, for Edgehicid District, at Edgefield Conurt Hlose ons Mionday thn 6th dasy of March ntext. or ott such othier daiy thereafter, as the Cotnrt may order dturinug the term cotm mettcing Ott thte first alonda~y itn Mfarch next, at Edgeieuld Court H onie ; anud all the creditors of the snid WV. P'. Jones. atre hereby siumtied eithesr peirsonally or by Attorney, thetn anid there itt said Court, to shosw cause if anty they can, why the petitioni of the s~tirl WV. P. June4, should tnt'he heard atnd csonsidlered, arid the bentefit of ihte Acts atforesnidl ishuld ntot he gratnted upona his execntotg the assigmnt reqluired by the said Acts. Ti-HOS. G. BACON. Clerk. Clerk's Odice, Edgehield C. HI.9th Aug., 1849. Atnunst 15 13lte 2 STATE OF SOUTil CA ROLINiA. .EDGEFIELJD DISTRICT. IN THlE COURT OF ORDINARY. Charles R. Gtinton, App't. )Sumns 7s in lilary Glauntotn, & othters Def'rs. Partition. 1IT apptearinug to my antistuctionm that Henry IPatrkmnan anad wile alary, Suel Broad ater und &lattha lisi wife, Distributees irn the Real Estatet of Lewis Ginon, deceased, residhe beyontd the timtits tuf thtis State. It is therefore ordered thast th.ey ido nppear itn the Goturt of Ordinary for the Disrrict afoiresaid, on or be fore sthe. first M1tndtnu ine Mturch next, to show cause if arty they have, why the aidl lattds shottld ntot lhe divided or sold for Partition. Given under tmy hsand at my Unfice this the 15th day of November A. D). 1849. JOh N l ILL,, 0. z. D. Dec 5 1819 3m40 Lost ON Siuiday evening last, a Whalebone. JWaslking Catne, the head ne htaindle re psresentts the heaud of a houand. The finder will confer a favor on tme by leavmng it at moy Stote. J. COHN. Dec4 1849 tf 46 .dministrtor's Sale. B Y an ordner frotm John 11 i:1, Esq. Ordinary of Edeneld District, will be soldi on the 27th Deccemhier, ait the late residence of lIeze kianh Strom, decmesd, aill of the piersonial prop erty bselonting to said dlece'ased, cosisstitng of' 14 LIKELY NEGROES, among whotm is a good lacksmnith, Corn. y.odder, Whtett, Oats. lH arses nud Fatnitng anod Stock HoItgs, Sheep antd Cattle, orne road Wag. otn, Blackistmith arnd PIlantation Tools, Hlouse huld andr Kitchen Fut nmture, atnd 0one lot of Cot tant Seed, &c. TxEats-AII stnts of $5 and sunder, cash; all stums over $5, twelve mionthis credit, the p~urchaset to givec Note atnd two approved se, cenrities, ptroperty nout to beo removed until the termtts of tsale. are cotmplied wvith, anid if re-sold, will be re-usohsl at the formuer purchiasers risk. B.I". &, S. C. STROMI, Adm',s. 1au mS4 .It 46