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F k'Ceamdent ournt
A 4 VATIONOF.RICE.
he4ollowiag communication was
published by.us last sun er T eau
thok,.atthe request of several friends,
has.nromised us two or three numbers
more,-on the same subject
Mr. Editor :-.Sir-I am of Op
ion, that your papar is emigently.calu
lated to promote theiagriculturalgterest
of l*.southernsection--of our Union.
Situated aswe- are in these States, so
littleirnovedfrom the tropical--favored
withrieasonsso lengthened, we, are, en
ablod-to cultivate any ofthe fruits, and
.mossof the-grains of that region. It is
therefore:of moment: to the plaeter, to.
awiken his-enei gies--to encourage en-,
terprise, and to make experiments suited,
to zour. favored situation., l accor
dance-whi these feelings, .have read
withamuch interest, the various improve
mes tin' progress in the. arm. of agricul.
!thre;.sb judiciously,'selected in your pa
per.-. There is one view bowever, which
at this crisis,iI think.important to the,
ansiderations :of the planter,, whici
lave not, seen :ekpressed. Nor do- I
know olaay;experiments now in progress,
likely-tosprodtce any-favorable result.
To imake experiments and to coi
'nunicate the, result, Icoceive to'be our
duty:--To give ttdin publicity is a task
which you have promised to perform.
Fos merly, w hen lands were fresh and
yielded abundantly -when'cotton bore a
high price,-and the planter pocketed a
heavy return from his. crop, matters
moved, on 4iih: very, Pfle dificulty.
''weety cents a pound for catton sup
plied the acessity of dl eqier'iti ents, and
an'expedient was seldom .tl'ought of
indeed the' science of agt iculture was
!entirely -neglected. -But, now, these.
ron time'--these, Worn out and sterie
fields, have prefixed another feature to.
the' scee in which the planter may
lise portrayed on the one side, poverty
and embarrassment, with all of its con
comitants collaterally connected. . On.
the other, the only -antidote, industry,
economy'and frugality. And since it
*rs become one of the clearest axioms
'whichr can be deduced :from the., recent.
history ofithe cotton market, that labor,
skill and industry even wrhen applied by
ied bestinformed and most judicous cul.
Wtvators-of the soil,-will very jittle more
rn- clears incumbent expenses, (and
indeed so e planters fail in. dding: thif
iu.ch)It: is a loud :and frgent. call
-pa.th e-community oficotton .,growers
tabolisielaeast toa ofsiderabeex
*ni, fot enti ethe i<,tore,ufthib
ar' 'Ily som erat o proftable iat
at'ats thenWa e to .hponetaged
h~etic agleratea conparajkqmht: ts
-.- hick acidethastroughitin..our
ide, itsrelative value'en-parnd4cultue.
- fiiveswelland:tvill.inaturespes fectly on
any landithatwill~produaca cotton. The
rcredf~rtce, is more than double than in
~cotton. - That more can be culhivated to
hbe band-that -it willhmature as soon and,
* the harvcst is dyer before that of cotton
- sfaisly-begun ; and .what is paramount
* to-anvrother advantage in the scale is,
M aatitere cannot reasonably exist any
peheusion of starving out the corn
*uaity? even, if rice becomesa stable
-Commodity in this region, on matter to
what extent it may be cultivated. Nor
IS there ainy probability of glutting the.
stimarket, with an artible in such universal
Amand, and tvlere the. goegraphlical
hlts in which it t'.an be cultivated to
'aty adviitage are to clearly defined.
2Objections may be offered to this
~change of culture from the fact, that rica
is an aquatic plant, and only be profita
-bly cultivated on lands that are irrigated
.at'will. To tifisobjection, I would only
remark, that it is not unusual for planters
-who are most favorably situated on tide
* lands even, to adopt a system to day
-tulture with some fields, resulting in an
abundant harvest. Iadeed, it is a long
* 6)mtested jlUini *ith ?utcessful growers
bf rice, whether the water or dry culture,
ywill yield the greatest product per acre.
~With the use of water more can be
cultivated to the hadid, and that the
ferfihity of t he soil it better preservedJ,
;are points long since. yielded. . These
remarks are intended to illustrateihe fact,,
romthe peculiar orgatiiiatio~n of the rice
*pplidtti i-will cconiodate itself to either
- t the wet.-or dry culture -i ihen *hy should
ate for one, moment doubt, that if ue
~give.it. a-trial, it will in like manner ac
' commodateitself-ina pecuniary point of
tist to-all the - necessiiies, of.the~cotton
planter I - ew Will hestitiate to try the
espes iment, whenit istated thiat land
- . which -will prodiuce only a bag of cotton
tthree acres il yield unider proper
agifUlure fifteen or twefiy i%:sieisof rice. -
. ~ Ii miay-be proper here to remarI, that
~3tl; custom of planting rice in low damp~
4otsiin: your corn or cotton -fields is a
wuad-one,; the plant .would -thrive -much
beero a~dry, and -loose spil; and
heali~tA whaen water is skilfully applied
4Q ltofrief froinie planting to the
a 40~ prdd icl is - uly' the
.'sli sneverthes true, demonstra
~oath4lu~~4iriefits, that at
am'c hassbeineuaderspone-the sanmo
* tht are not dyshould b ditched so. as
to dranin two feet at least from the surface,
kiore a good crop of rice can be expec
tedkrom it. Riva swamp'lands that
- *frsa ~n'ot tmk worn, w id~ik
*tid~il hot? aI thsUtte land~
would :requica iflr.tliB Upi ttot of
cotton: crop good upland from82 toA5
bdshels. Rice tiatifatdultivated, will
comin i the ighdst pri in' be Char=
leston'nuariet, if sold for seed'; seed rice
culivatesdin tihfs'region will bgteatly
preferred for tide-land plantations.
Th eencouragement which .the Rail
Road da in progress, holds out to the
enterprisitignianter._ The faltilitjith
which it promises to ;co ey.- the rough
rice of this and the adjoining districts.to
the emporium of-mor-State, where iji ill
find a ready-and profitable'sale-of seed,
destined to germinate and yield its future
'abundanceon helolig a tijustig'es8t4
rice land that skirts our southe nashores,
is doubtless an.- object wottby the.,at*
-tontion of the cotton- planter, who,! will
bear in d id h'at the' practice of
irrigation is used as an auiiliary, not an
essential inehe production of rice. .It is
in ewesy respect, adapted, to the wet or
dry, culture. -
These-remat ks, which I deem merit
some attention, I-beg leave to submit to
the consideration of your numerous rea
ders, and am, sir, very respectfully yours,
STATE OF SOTTH CAR;OUNA.
dorge Parrott, - - Bill for Foreclo
sure of Momt.
James E. Walter, & others, gage, &c.
T eiing to.my satisfaction, that James
I E. Walker, Joseph J. Walker; Alexander
F. \Vaiker, John M. Walker,"Moses Walker,
James C. Walker, Samuel P. McNairy and
Eliiabeth C. hiswifr, Barah .ArntWalker and
Mary. D. Walker, gefendirmts in the case, are
without the liinif bf hi sState Ordered,.that
the defendants above nimed, do appear in this
honorable Court, and plead; answer or detOrfI
o'the'said Bill, -within three months from the
publication of this order, or the said bill will be
taken pro confesso against them. . .
..8. 8. TOMRINS, "c. a. i. D.
Commissioner's Ofice, Mlarch5S1847.
march10 Sa 7
THE CASH PRINCIPLE 1S ONE, OF
SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK --
RETURNS. . "
8. ROBERTS is noiv 'ecetviig'fr'it
R e Charleston- and Philadelphia, a full
and very complete assortment, of seasonable'
arid very cbeap
Staple & Fancy Dry-Goodsa,
amAongei'whbich are printed Calicoes and Mus
fins q to 25dntpirt ' i, ,
Pantaloon Stuffs -181to'f6 sen'sa ard,
Drap d'Ete'iat $1150 ier7y a,
MarseiltstjiesttPattets 377 to75 clnts,
ri ipeatsbr6in ; a nlss,.,lri
Orgaudiechev Inser 2s, %sd4
stds tav.12Ase a arui aid, w o dents.
R"_ t~owel' .;Tab Cpovers ."
,ltSkt;capa bonne Ri bot 4
S3ilk adcotton.ansrohe s, r1 ol.
Iareind.Caps,. - 4, .
8ilkFdngeO s-ew atylsilkButions, 1
FaneyGloves and, Mitsp nbrelras ara- a
thls,,Whalebone, Laghoyia Bonnets. veryI
and papem Fans.&c.,to ,whi'chtheiattena.
- tioid dthe Ladies is respectfuilly lelicited.
ndHAT$ AND CAPS,
Men'san Boys.Wool hiathi0 cents and up
Gntleien'Panismi 'Hats)$3 50 to 4 00
echrbfine quality, $ ah
Boy's fine Leghiorn 1ias t$1'5ah
lehe and boys Valineito Hats, 18j cts. to 374
i ets, eaCh, ----
Mens Leghorn - Hata,.$1 75 to $3 00 each,
YARNS AND HOMESPUNS.
Factory Yarns at 874centsa bundle of 5 pounds,
-afecw.more left of the same sort," at the old
price. . - 1
Northern Homespuns 64j cents to 124 cents a
IRItSH SEED POTATOES.
12 barrels round yellow Northern Potatoes,
pink eyes, at $4 50 .ea barrel,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Cheap Cup and Saucei-s 12j to lagects. a siet,
R6h Cliina 'lebtta, Flower Vases, Lmmp
Mirrors, Looking Glasses, Tumblers, emon
Cornelius' side and solar Lamps, &c. &c.
SEGAlRs AlND TOBACCO.
La Norms, Eagle and Anehlpr Brands, Hlava
Q ueen Bee, Nectar Leaf and Cavendish To
Fine cut anmoking'iaceo, Lorrillard's~nufis,
Pipes. Segar Tubes, Segar Cases, &c. &c.
BOOKS, PAPER, QUILLS. &e.
Cheap Letter-and-Cap Paper, 10- cents 'to 25
Napoleon and his Marsihs'f1i sne a sjlendid
assortment of.Books & Stationery.
G ROCE RIES.
Sugar, 9, 10, and 12 pounds for $1 00,
Cheese at 12j cents a pound,
Coffee at 10 pounds for $1 0i
Maccaroni at 25 cents a pouned,
Large bottles Capers at 374 cents a bottle,
Figs, finest turkey, at 25 cebts a pound... .
Old Gogna6 Brarnoggeuaine -French at $3 50- I
White Wine Vinegar at 374 cents-a gallon,
Lemoa, f'resh Malaga, at 374 cents a dozen,
Fine Teas, Hyson,- unpowder, & Souchong,
Candles, Tallow and Sperm, &c. &c. &c.
-BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies Gaiters, Sluppers and Walking Shpes,I
Gentlemen's call And seal pegged and sewed
Genteen's ealf Boots, fine quality, and a very
complete asmotment of all kindsof Misses,
Youths, end.Children's Shoes, Boots, &c.
* IKARD WARE..
Garden'and Field Hoeu,.Revolving Pistols,
Pen and pocket.Knives, Hat chets, Axes, Ket
(fotiotCddi* adlocks,-Plougb Linesjtaile,
-c'--et and othL, ..
Floorng and cisgBmaja Shoe Tacks,
Scythe.,Tubs, BiCIt ta WadV',
Traehans;ahd astrrtiesin the line.
The largest msortment and-eheapeuit'.ia'
seetion of~the District, an'd depmdied by'iipro
fussed Druggist.s Mwdcplaiss soirtoetellarue,
by the stibscriberiW':s graferifa dldisin
ghishd -patronagesdtsflid -Ghidlam Wake
greatet-eetions than ever to tmerit-thu appril
bation of tile commauty.
R,.5 ROBERTS.. 3
Marh 3 1tf 6
Orderarom the.deuntry, aekk reakttae1
promptlr.attended to -
r WILLasn att bed tchina, ar
Linater speeitiled'- tof colct ii
ocr and Roaa'1'.a, forethe g~ +
i Monay; ~ a22d-arb,$I
-- rd' .F
WP'dnesdar; B4th. '*:!'y'1r
'Frdiy,. 26th ""at ,
'Saturday; ;27tt, i " ,' :,;
"Tesday. Both:; -'
Wedneisdarjti3 t, r
FtStriday, . .. t
Thurday,, . i ' ?.j,":
Wednsday,.. Tth ,: "
"F rday, -:r '1th":,7"
u Saturday, - l7'h" "' .
'"Tuesday- _ em
am esdy "EL. '!y . )
Mdry Qodn..T T h
tha lYyY, ,irw f rt: 1re'o thi
, vclof adituae if n. oder.o =t~dthe
tate'aforesaid; on'West Creek lt f.
fty acres 3aore.or) fes bunu byt'1lndl
tohwardly un'iitbwaly:bdl dig-tO
on Bates, wes ty Nazban ' end:
tast by .John Bate.';land., a$ il!
e old for -one-fourth cash, t .. eV o
Icredit -till :the irat, oif ,Ja itexG.
'urcasers to give bond attd go~~erIy
u.les to be signed; but owtdelitqed'tll
he purckase moneoy.. e p'id; 'i!~C
S ;TOMKINS 0.','
;om's. for, ac 5 ~'"
, march 0,. ~ 7.
V. ga +.r~
A' , ZI -K 4
tealp _ oo fft:
Acwhlliliaf .sy, ~
of Wtt~1W~i8'9tte Mau
eend ieof$fteiiit a t.} .end,
RIUA WAY' from the subscriber
on the 11th, inst., a Negro woman,
MIfLY. .aidanegro is about forty
three years of age, and having lately
belonged to E. Atchersonofthe Dark
Corner. is probably in that vicinity.
The, above reward wiil be paid to
ny one who will deliver her to me at Edge.
laid Court House, South Carolina.
'"b3 J. D. TIBBETTS.
- jOTIC .
HEundersigned respectfully announce
to their friends-and the public Generally,
hat theyhave forfidd a co-partnership, under
GJOODSE & SITLLI'dJV,
or t&' -ptirpose of transacting a mercantile bu
- ie andawill keep on haiad at the Store re',
entl? ocupied by S. F. GOODE, a general
Facy and- Staple Dry Goods,
ardware,'Crockery, Groceries, Saddlery, &c
&, comprisiig. all articles usually kept in a
onntry store, which they will sell upon accom
aoditing terms, andthey hope by strict atten
ion to business, to merit a kiberal share of pub
Lic patronage. ' S. F. GOODE,
J. B. SULLIVAN.
january 1st. 1847.
The, Subscriber takes this opportunity of
returning his thanks to his old friends and ens
omers, for former frvors; and to solicit, for the
new firm of Goons & SULLIVAN. a continuance
of their patronage. S. F. GOODE.
January 1st. 1847. tf 50
eMore 'iYes r Gro s .
G L. & E. PENN, have just received
- from New York, a very handsome lot
of FANCY GOODS, and also a comt~lete as.
6rtment of Worsted Goods for Ladies Dresses,
laidFrench -Mlerinoes Ombre Cashmere,
Figuered do., Muslin de Laine Shawls,
Plaid do.. Mezeppa do., Cashmere do.,
GoTa Plaid; black Belvidere do, very large
Black Gro de Rhine Silk.
Douuble width do, a very superior article, -
Together with many other desirable articles,
allof which wi'il be sold heop.
november 25 ' tf 44
IUSTRECEIVED, from the Philadelphia
Manufactory, a large assortment of
silk and Cotton UMBRELLAS,
fro 50 cents to $10. A few of the Walking
Cane Umbrellas, a new and curious article,
aniwering the double purpose of a handsome
Walking Cane and splendid.Umbrella.
G. L. & :E. PENN.
november 25 - If 44
Store House to Lett
HE Store House at Mount Willing, lately
'occupied by Lehmaier & Brothers, is of.
fered for rent for the -present year.
Mount Willing.is a well known and desira
ble stand for a Country Store, and worthy of
the attention of ,Merchants, as it also affords the
privilege ofa Phst Oflide: ;
For particulars apply to the siubscriber, at
Mint Willing, Edgefleld District.
J. B SMITH.
r3IEBubacrib.r willelil a.t private sale,
w 5laa2' E. AND:LOT,..o :the niost
spld T tmem nentzimr1 14 acres
t, sendpi4uia e been-lately
me"roved. @II r to liuy-'Will~dif
rell to call we - sdon.ed Is'a
erinii-On thiird relah: the balance in one
'd two years. JOHN Mf. H OMES.
february .10. - 6t.... 3
S TH E FAMOUS.JACK.
WIL:L stand ithe ensuing Spring Season,at
the following tinmes and places, to-.t:
t ainiel Quatitlebum's in Lexington district,
n thefrt and second days in March r ext; at
John Lee's. in Lexington District, on the fourth
nd finh of March-neat ; nt James Watson's,
in Edgeli-eld Dlist'it, on the seventh and eighth
of Marchi net, and then will be at the said
stands on every ninth day tintil the tenth of
uane the reafterr; and will be let to Maies at
the inoerate price of$4 for a single visit, $6
for the eason, and *8,t insure a Miare to be
No accountabiliy for accidents or escapes,
ut every care will be taken to avoid such.
Any person putting a Mareby insurance sod
Changing the right of the Mare before it is it
ertained whether ilhiin foal or not, wvill be
e responsible bor the insurance of the Mare.
. edgrc,-OSDERDONK was bred by Mr.
Dearing, of Charleston. on. his plantation in
North Alabama, was sired by an iniported Mtal
tees Jack, and out of an imported Italian
Jinney. Both~ the sire and demn was imported
by Mr. Denrinr.
ONDERDONK is six years old this Spring,
our feet six inch.' high. lengthy anid heavily
built, with as fine bone and mtuscle us any
Jack in the State, and is like his namesake,
avrj sure fdal getter.
Febuai ~JAMES HATCHER.
LL Persons indebted to the Estate of
George Pope, deceased, are hereby noti
fied that it is absolutely necessary to collect all
the mo.'ey doe the Estate. anid that those who
l not pay .vill be sued before return day.
The Notes are-in the hands o f N. L. Griffin or
I. W. Gibbs,.Esqrs.
T HO6. H. PONt, Ejlecutor.
a - f 2
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
F. Williams and'
T rabithia Mattin,Buo
reean G. Martin, Partiion, 4c.
James W. Caldwell and
w-i fe Frances, & others.J
NT appearing. to my satisfaction, that the de
..fenants James W. Caldwell, and wife
rranees, reside beyond the limits of this State.
On rnion of-Giflin and Bonham, Coinp lam-~
ant's Solicitors, Orderedf. thai the said Jamies
W. Cadwell and wife Frances, do appear .aiid
dlead;answer. or- demur to this bi, within
hree months from the publication of this order.
nt-tts the said bill be taken pro confesso against
Lhem. - 5 S&.TOMKINS, c. E. iE. D.
ommissioners Office; Edgefield C. H.
January 22, 1847.
aiu ry 27 - 3m 1
T UIO TiZEIklTH LESS !
I.f any doubt'the wotnderful powers of
Dit. CULL EN'S INDIA N VEGET ABL E
PANACEA,'a we invite them to call upon Mr.
stacBrook's. Jr., Jefferson street, fourth door
west f Schujlkill Sixth street, below Locust,
mad earnfrom his own lips of oneof the most
stoniig cu'res of Scrofnla ever performed
ii~t uman bing qrcall at the reidence of
bisfater Eqot and ine treets. -Sold
y R-S'1 WAND;P- -
.376 Market street, Philadelphia.
R.. ROBERTS, Agent, Edgefield C. H
Suth Carolina. - t
HE undersigned .takes; this opporttiityi
T of tenderiug!his thanks for the liberal pa'
ronage he has received, during the short:time
e has been, in Edgeield, and would respect..
ally solicit a continuance of the same. He is
sow prepared to carry on the above business
in all it ranches :
Light Bread, REsks, Butter Crackers, Sugar
Crackers, Water Crackers, Milk Biscuits,
Wine Biscuits, Sugar Biscuits. Pound and
Sponge Cake, Washington. Cakes, Taylor
Cakes, Wedding and Party ~Cakes, Ginger
Bread, &c. &.c.
Fresh CANDIES ofall kinds made to order,
and at the ahdrtest possible notice.
S. P. FIELD.
january 20 tf ..52
RS. READY & YOUNGBLOOD hav
ing associated themselves together; in
the practice of Medicine and Surgery, are pre
pared to visit the sick at all times. Dr,-Rady
can be found at his residence, and Dr. Young
blood, at Mt. Willing.
January 5. 1847. tf 50
AND SPENCER'S PILLS & RESTORATIVE BITTERS.
The following certificate is from the Rev. John
Harrington, Sumter District, S. C.
I herewith certify, that I have usedd Spencer's
Vegetable Pills during the last and present
years, and find them to answer the purposes as
stated by the Proprietor, viz:.to act (in small
doses) as a mild and 'ready asperient to the
System-to remove or prevent Costiveness-as
may -be required without pain or sickness. Of
the miuy remedies have made use of during
a period of thirty years atfliction, I believe them
to be the mildest and most effectual.
Sumter District. Januar 5th, 1846.
For sale by J. D. TIB E'TS,
Edgefield C. H., A. C,
Feb24 Im 5
PUTNAM, Ohio, May 18. 1841.
D; D. Jayne,-Dear Sir.-Doctor Helmeck
has used some eight or ten bottle.; of your Ex
PCTORaNT, and has found decided benefit.
His health is better than for several years past.
and his appearance indicates decided improve
meat in health. His confidence in your med
icine has induced him to recommend it to his
friends, and we are informed that many of
them have been cured. and others greatly re
lieved. PoTTs & Guasaar.
WESTzRToWN, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1841.
Dr, D. Jayne-Dear Sir.-Your Hair Tonic
is an excellent article. Many respectable per
ons also offer their certificatesin favor of your
Expectorant. 1 believe your medicines are the
best preparations that have ever been offered
to the public, for the selief of the afflicted, and
for the cure of the' diseases for which they were
Your Expectorant I think will soon be ex
clusively popular. Yours; &c.
R.S. ROBERTS is Dr. D. Jayne's only
Agent at, fgefield C. H. ; j -
Feb,2 3t 5
NOTHER CASE OF NEURALGIA
CURD BY ROwANtD's MAoIC Lotoi t !! ;
Mr. J.- T. Rowand.-Sir-Several; weeks
sinice; a danghter:.of..mine abott. nine zyears
bd; was attacked. with .the most excrutiatig
pitiin her hands. limbs-and ;vsrious partisof
the body. For sesvelt'- ays 'shewas. alsadt
franticfrom Pain; utteriig cria gnd shieki
otitinty A; bnraeio ag'com Uj
seemed almoetinpniSlble thal&ube ,,oelond~ki
When iu this conditiusiand; notiadaug lq se i
her eye for 36 hours a friend-o youmscalld
and applied iyone~ celebrated* .1 AGICLOf
TION, and-in less than five--mmn'tee the pamn
wa entirely removed! A few houts afier,'
the pains leturned in some measnre, but yie1
ded as at first, almost instmntly to the Lotion,.
nd contrary to my expectalions, my child re'
.ecovered and Is now-in good healthI.
Yours, truly, MA RY YOUNG.
Mariot's 1.ane, below Queen, between Fifth
and Sixih. Philadelphlia. March 2&. 1846.
Sold wholesale and retail by
JOSEPH T. ROWLAND,
.No. 376 Market street. Philadelphia.
For sale by IR. S. ROBERTS, Edgefield
Court House. S. C.,
february 10 St 3
From the Philadelphia Public Ledger.
AN IMPORTANT CURE BY DR. D.
lE have been inifor.nied by Mrs. Mahian.
(a .vnid daughter of' Gen. Wayiee)
that she suffered for a number of yqars from
the growth of a large Goitrous Tumour of the
Throat, which, besides great peformily, pto
duced both a difii.ulty or degutition, an of
breahing.- indeed, she says, the pressure upon
the windpipe *:ai so grat as to .prevent hler
froa sleUpig in a recumbent paoution, and of
ten suft'ocation appeared inevitable. She ah-o
labored under severe indisposition floml Liver
Complaint and Jaundice, with a horrible traim
t nervous alfi'ctions, for which she, commen
ced die use air Dr. Jayne's Akterative, whicho
she took regularly for six ne seven weeks, with
onencisioal doses of his Sanativ'e pills: and her
general health was thereby completely, re-es
tabised, and now perceivng some dimiiu
tlon in the size of the Goitrous Tumour. she
was enlcouraged to persevere in the use of the
Alterative until every vestige of' the painful
tamour wae entirel' i-emoved. We think,
tlerefol e, ilint such an ithportant remedy
should be more generdily known.
1. 5. ROBERTS, sole Agent, at Edgefield
C. H.; South Carolina.
Peb.17 3t 4
Jaijne's Expectorani, .
We esteem It a pleasnre to be abe to recom
mend this medicine as the best calcnlated for
the purpose of curing oanghs. colds, sore throat,
astha, and all affections of the Iungs. Frmi
a long personal acquiaintanpe with Dbr. Jayne,
fe know that ha is no quack, and his mnedi
cies are not nZost)umfs or the modern cry up,
btt are the result of his long experience as a
practising physician, and the expense of great
lbor.-Harford. (Conn.) Dailg Ree.
. NEW Ynax, March 10th 1841.
D.. ayne-Dear Sir-Beinig severely afii
ted with Influenza-a hard Cough and Asthma
-and finding every means fail of relieving me,
Consumption appeared inevitable-hut by us.
ing two bottles of your EXPECTORANTL, I
was restored to perfect heakth.
* JOHN ELLIS,
.Late Pastor of' the Baptist Church,,
. 8, R OBERTS, sole agent, Edgefield
Court H ouse, S. C.
LLprA n havipg demands agrainast the
esaate of David Richardson, are r"uest
d to present them immed'ately, prope~l at
esed and all debtors of the estate, are required
to make yrom15 paymient. as the affairs of the
estate are-about.to. be.closed.
ALS- M RIlChARD$SN,
JAS. . GUIGNARD,
May1 ly 15
F 1i cSH and Genuine GAR -
dwect from Mr. l andretli's -
Pkladelpsa, incfudin :early COlf
the most approved kinds of SEEDS
by B. S. ROBE
The Cheap Din
T has been observed.
par.ts-of Edgeifield2and a toy
Districts, that I. S. Roheri !e
Cash Drug Store in EdgefMtJ.
following useful aid. luail' *' t
constany kept on hand
Rowind's Tonic Mixunre'idF -
Rat Poison, warranted, Lnii tC
Philotoken, or Female's dried,
Haye''s Einiient fo ire*
Brandretles Pills,Castor Oil Cap -
Peters' Pills, Earles Pile Remuidy-w
Blood Pills, Upham's Vegfabil
warranted to cure,
Moffatt's Pills and Biteis, BMkei i
Harrison's Specific Ointmbnt ----
Thompson's Eye Water, Lee'
Wistar's Balsam of Wild [y
Sherman's Worm Lozengis
Healing Ointment, ;" *
Hull's Headache Lozengei-; pitzfe
Fabnestock's Vermifuge andhkd -d
ttidan Hair Dye, Indian Hair ,ikJr j
McMunn's celeliritedEliirof a i
THS FOLLOWING.: "
Golden Seal, Ladies' Slip,
African Pepper, Spiced Bittes_.N M
Number Six, Bitte? Root,Jd
Composition, Bayherry, A '4'L .
Train Oil and, winterstraied
Castor Oil, and.Sweet .ilb6
Wetherill's pure White ,Le 1
Paint Brushes. Lamp BlackBackI _s
Cold Cream,. Lip SalveToi ho
With a large and .pmlsu
DRUGS, MEDICINES &"P
all carefully d'sponesed, .a o
brought up to the Drug basines.
subscriber, -who gives advice;"
charge. ' _.. 1. I*t , f
Physicians Prescriptin's, am
Drugs, prumptlysattended ,to,.
the neatest manner.,
Jackson's, Pile Embrgciaioo,;1,
1'kt HAS' RECLJ 5 .
gable EX - - -2|
youiaip , t
told youah tli
mercifulGod~ anid yjpr pctrant~
I comie furwercpgrull U.
sufferer. from the effects ofaa.
pain in the b'r'east, and diffcuity2o
the last five oft~which,. cliills'and'
spring and fall; added..to my9 a~i
worn sway .to-a.apere alkeleton.;wih ..
est difficulty only could I get up an,
stairs; my appetite wa orep
had so fiar failed me, thatmyfriezed
suaded I col-ntsrvv~mn
I obtained relief. Indeed,sin, yzpno~y~
so perlectly misera6le-t .
tresaing to my family, thai fet 1y~de
whenever it should please thie Mite. i4taj
me home. .But I haei'rd ofyouir ~ d<
relief enme. Yes! it proved
Gilend" to my poor.afaiited __
had taken ons soTica,.I experie I'~l-i"
gatio of all my synmptonsi and to mygwi
Joy 1 found iui~ihe continued use of .it.tbh ap,
pres~t relief. tn short sir, [T.H AS NA
PERFE(,TI'CURE.OF 'MEad '
say, I have-no desire to be betser. . -*' -
With everlasting gratitude, O 1.
your otbliged friend.,.~ fl, v' T
-Corner of'Rose Stred Ga~ ~ I~a
R SROBERTS is Dr . 3 nse'
Agent at Edgefield Court 'douse .
Fe b10 3:t~
SALt.di WITVt10RAF OTS I~:
Mr. T. Roaaaj:~?-i
five years I hive suffered greatly-foi
matism in my htead, which durigtlfIF
became worse and worse. 'For four~qf
weeks previous to the J5tlis./LiluW
withot intermissten, m'y general healt
mutch iwnpaired, my sight njreffliid'
so sensitive, that I could scre~ resti
the pillow. Two days sindeai
tien of your "MAGIC LsOTION,"
entirely in two or ihree minutes.~IU'P-A
plied .it occasionally since, and the ao
nearly gone' So' gia ndsi
change, that I cani scarelipie h I'n ,
the same man.
I have also cnie4 one of m n ildreuiI
female friend of heada'che in two or tlire~~
So great is my.con~lendeibhihin3.M
LCTION'- thati jouldnotbisI e~~,
the for "fih ?rmiiiit iost .
. Youra rcspqctfull
A CoB W SOUD
No. 5 Kl 4
It. S. ROBERTS, Agent; EdgefWO
- -Mr Jos .. ow*
Dear Sir i-Afler having
and nights, with an excrutistin
'and tried-every otherremedy wi out
was indifoedto ry the efieie 3I j
LOTION, #d tnutr" -e4~.~
op5~ ur ed*V' .A
- - 4-Philadel~h
ndebted are enested to make
siert. .. THOS. LAKE, Ads'
lone 3 - 'ir$'