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ARKA'i'ON FIRS '
, Dr.-Nott,iin his lectures, gives the
following'account of a young man, about
25 years of age:
Hehad.been an habitual drinker for
rimany years. I saw him about nine
o'*ulock in the evening on which it hap
- poned ; he was then as full as usual
:not. drunk,, but full of liquor. :About
eleven-o'clock the same evening, I was
called in to see him. I found him
litterally. roasted, from the crown of his
head to the. soles .of his feet i He was
.found ina blacksmith shop just -across
u _ front w iere;;behad been. The owner,
... "iideh discovered an extensive
il hfssliop, as, though the whole
nilding.was in one general flame.-He
rinwiih' great pirecipitancy, and, on
throwing open the door, discovered a
"nan standing erect in the midst of a
widely extended silver-colored flame,
earing, as he described it, exactly the.
earance of the burning candle in the
midst of its own flame. He seized him
the drunkard,) by. the shoulder, and
jerked him to the door, upon which the
lame was instantly extinguished. There
-: was no fire in' the shop, neither was
there a possibility of any fire having
peencommunicated to him from any
external source.-It was purely a case
tL f .spontaneous ignition. A general
- aloughing soon come on, and his flesh
was consumed or removed in the pres,
sing, leaving the bones and a few of the
-arger blood vessels ; the blood, never,
theless' rallied around the heart, and
naintained the vital %park until the
thirteenth day, when lie died, not only
the most loathsome, ill-featured, and
dreadful picture that was ever presented
to human view, but his shrieks, his
groans, and'his lamentations, also, wery
K - enough to rend a heart of adamant. He
complained of no pain of body ;-his flesh
was gone. lie said he was- suffering
the torments of hell-that he was just
upon the threshold, and would soon
enter its dismal caverns; and in this
fi ame of mind he' gave up the ghos'.
0h ! the beath of a drunkard ! Wel
may it be said to beggar all description !
I have seen other drunkards die, but
1ever in a manner so awful and affect,
- 'If you had altays avoided' rum,"
said a wealthy, though not intelligent
grocertohis iiTtemperate neighbor, "your
'early hiabits of indutry and intellectual
abiti&s wo'ild have pi'aced you in my
station, and you oiild now ride in your
you had never sold rum for
____ l r th-oibnehan-l, yjou
beful rn A er err
____ er r since t the ou
s tehn . our
S-ame " aithdtIdo~sisd6n iIfi
'k" b a caet ib~dfte b id~tI'
mouey ;and on thieicontrary,'no' more
was exacted of yoi, irgou had to remain
a.mslwhich~ in former' years, at cer
tain seaisons, ra somietinmes the case.
-The lnidid kepta' good tav~rn was a
jol old'fellow, and got rich.
* Ceap Matrimony.,E-A Baptisi cler
-gyman in New York, a feiw days since,
ierfdrmed the marriage service for a
happy couple, andewas rewarded by the
bridegroom at his departure, with a small
-'parsel, carefully done up, which, no ex
& amination, was found to contain four
'A Nice Question Settled.--T he De
bating Society of Spring Garden recent
ly, after a veiy anim wed discussion on
the question, "Whether a gal has a right
to say no befdre she is-axed," decided,
by nearily a unanimous vote, that "she
Glass-It is-difficult to what per
fection the manufacture of glass may he
brought, an'l to wisat purposes the arti
cle may yet be applied. The balance
spring of a chronmimeter is now made of
glass, as a substitute for steel, and pioss
esses a greater degree oif elasticity and
a greater power of resistinig the alterna
gionsofhieat and cold. A chronometer
-with a elass balance spair~g was5 sent to
the North Sea, and exposed to a coim
p)eti(iotj with nine oilher chronometers
- ad the result of the experiment was a
' report in favor of the chronometer with
the glass spring.
*Biious' Claolic.-The, following re.
cipe has never been known to fail, it-is
said :-Take, say a' fourth of a pound
a plug of commoin chewing tobacco, tear
it well to' pieces and put, it into a vessel
and pour on it a sufficiency of boiling
water to moisten and swell the leaves,
lay it on .a cloth and apply it to the seat
C ~onsumption.-AIn offier in the Brit
ish East Indian service,'far' gone in p
consuinption, is stated to" have been
perfectly cured by the inhalations of the
vapor of mehted rosimi ; in which practice
he pieeered, night and morning, .for
iA soldiernwho was wounded in battle,
set up an;terrible, yell. An Irishman,
t 'h~la i e'arwith hi6th'legs 'shot off,
m ~ iindtely sung out, 'Bd lueks to ths
gIjut~ eptdo ye1 think ;that nbo 'y is
5"Tne rollownggeuema are anno----d
by their friends as candidates for the, Officeof
Tax:Collector, at enaainglection t
Col, JOHN QUATTLLBUM
SAMPSON B, MAYS,
Lieut.-JAMES B, HARRIS,
. C SCOTT.
i. MARSHALL R. SMITH,
. Te following gentlemen are announced
by their friends as candidates for the office of t
Ordinary, at the ensuing election.
Capt. W. L. COLEMAN.
List of Letters
EMAJ.NING in the Post Office at Edge
field Court House, on the 31st of March,
1847. Person enquiring for Letters will please
to state if they are advertised.
Burns, W M McClelland, Joseph
Burton, Richard McClelland, Robt
Couch, Jessee ,Martin, George F
Curry, Mrs Jane Mays, Sampson B
Cloud, Mr W Moseley, Hugh Air
Casson, Ar Myres H 2 Mints, Capt B T
Conore, Miss Adaline Milton, Eli
Cloy, Miss Sarah A E Moragne, W C. 2
Cross, C L H Esq. Moseley, James
Charles, Wm B Nicherson. Jackson
Coatney, M r. John Norval, Thomas B
Cheatham Jno Esqr. Ogletree, M r John
Davis, W M . Pardee, Willis H
Dagnel, Samuel Piper. Horatio N 5
)obey, Wm E Esq. Phoenix. bliss Moriah.
Denny, Mr John Permenter. Airs Apsell
Erwin. Rev A Permenter, Mr Edward
Edwards, Col John D Parks, America.
Edwards, llairis Parrot!, Mr. George
Funderburk, SamI A Prescot, Daniel
Gomilion, Jessee Pealor, Dr J 2
Getzen, Rev Samuel Pres ley, A rs Nancy .
W . Pressley, Ar Edward
Green, MJno Qattlebum, Mr
Graves. Airs Mary Qitattlebun, Col Jno
Greenleaf, Abram Richerson;J L
Goode, Miss Sustn C Roper..Jnel Esq . 2
Goode, Miss Martha Roper, Mrs Snsan
Hancock, John Roberts, Ge. - : W
Howard. J J 2 Scelton, Mr! L 4
Hollingsworth, Jin II Snyley, Air, U .
Hlullingsworth Capt AlSiziyley, Miss Caroline
Harris, Simeon Sprowl. Col James C
Howard, Dr A T Steel, Ml iss Anni
Howard, bliss Julia F Speer.. J.'hn A
Holston, Mr Wade Scott. B R Esq
Hall, A nilian Esq Wise, Mr W
Hollister, Mrs Ca'he- Wise, Miss Augutsta 2
rine Williams, Miss Mary F
iolcombe. W A 2
Howard, T H Wigfall, L T 2
Jones, Mr Charles Writ.=on, Messrs S-& E
Jone, Lewis White, Miss Sarah-.
Jones, Gen James. Walker, William
Jones, Air Job Williams. Rev. H. A
Leslie; Mrs Wardlaw. Hon D L
Leon, Mr Henry Ward, Dr C J.
Lamar, Mrs Martha L Zimmerman, George
Lamar, Thomas L 2
Miller, Miss Elizabeth 2
il. FRAZIER. P. M.
april7 .3 1
.Tig t Iir Upper,
; Rey w ai Drill ato eped) a
Waterboi on eu ate 2ho a
The 12iNgiment Tinatryur a Uppjerw
nrSquadirn ote h -Rgiment Cavalry,.
nearoawhatchie,ndudbyi Sthe 15thao
anext '. ---
The 43dh Regiment oflIfatry, ante Bean
ford's Bridge, ott Tuesday the 18th of May
The 11th Regiment o( Infantry, at Ashley's,
on Thursday, the 20ih May rext.
The 3d Regiment of Cavalry, at Holman's,
on Saturday. 22d of May niext.
The 14th Rtegimet tofI Infantry, at Orange
hurg on Tuesday, the 25thi of' May next.
The 15th Regiment or inlanity, at William
von's, on 'Friday. the 28th of May next
The comnmissionied and nion-commuitsstoned
officer' will assemble itt their respective. Regi
mental Parade Grounds on the day previous to
Review, for Drill and Intruction.
The Major General will, with his staf', at
tend thte Revie ws, and the commanding officers
o Brigades will, with their stalf, attend in their
Gent. Qutattlebtum anid Col. Felder are charg
ed with the extensiotn of thie, order tn their Brn
By order of thes Comtmander-ini chief.
J. WV. CANT EY, A dj. 4. Ins. Geni.
march 31 9t ' 10
Tax Collector's Notice,
I WIL atendat thme times andt places here
.inafter specified, to collect the General,
Pmor atnd Roed Tlax. for the yea r 1 846.
Ott MIonrday, 22nid Mlarch, at Sheippard's,
"Tnesday. ~. 23rd " " Duton's,
" Weditesday, 24th ." Liberty Hill,
"Thursday,'- 25th " " F'reeland-s,
"Friday, 26th " "' Parks',
" Satturday, .27th " " Red Hill,
"AMonday, 29th " " Collier's.
- Tesday, .30th " iltt
SWednesdayr 21st " " Geiger'.,.
"Thursday, 1st A pril, " Hamburg,
SFriday, 2nd " " Beach island,
"Satturdaty 3rl " " Powel's,
M Aonday, -5th " "E.Ct.H~ouse,
STuesday, 6th " " Pine House,
SWednesday, 7th " Randall's,
"Thursday, 8th " " Kreps,'
"Friday, 9th " " Ridge,
Satrda, 10h , J. K. John
" Monday, 12th " " Smyly's,
STuesday, 13th " " Allen's,
"Wednesday, 14th " ." Mt.Williog,
*" Thursday, 15th " " Norris',
" riday, . 16th " " Rinehart'.,
SSaturday, 17th " " Perry's xrs.
"Monday, .19th " " Rich'dson's
"Tueday 20t ie Col.Towles'
"Wednesday, 21ss " Dantation
Thtrsday, 22nd '" **Moor's,
" Friday,. 23rd " " Shaterfield,
SSaturday. 24th . " " Dorn's,.
Monday and Tuesday thie.3rd and 4th days
of May, at Edgefield Court House, tafter which,
my bohs will close for the. present year.
3. QUATTLEBUM, T. C. E.. D..
march 1.0 , ,. 4t
- ETThe friends of WESLEY BODIE, an
nomne~e him' as a candidate for the office orf
Shetiff, at the ensuing electioii'
Aebriety26 - 5
RESPECTtn ion. of
CowPin as irfinear, of . d e ,
saaotver $A itrev
Baratic 3bawTrt Ab t" .: ' ,,
'Silk ". , ",. ':
LinenCoabng ri}li s ...iv
Among, 1wh3eha diva OW
and.-Crc+ckei $ ties ' . ,
nnd".L"indeed 6 t ;ry ru k9; Leo4ber,
. SC I o1z and, Sty
G". &s. trays a a A' for the sal
' 'All thealioiiet " llh' py aTtiankfu
iberal tittais-41416 n tam
.r.. "t.-!" Jas-: ,' ..r -
tD iD T f D':
1tE;3H and i y th Y GULF
p HILL; far. ..'
WA.L RA )MM
J.- . g- S. S.C.
-The seed are groan d by'Mr:'J hu 1kl cVoy,
urmerlyofRichland ctS: C. but now
fClriboine coiinfp;' ' i wh o wairants
is seeds FRESH'* U1N1 n; d who
i desirous-to liave 'c''baracte fr his seeds
sted by the.pt rite $ "Epatl Cbirolina and
eorgin, as he al ship
newts for sale. is the n aiket ; ,,:<
Hamburg,March sat 9
HE, SubscribeQi veil n auopeuing
a complete :asstment rFti.
)RY'-GOODS=G ROCERLES AND
HARDWA- RE '1 'TS'&4S NOES,
which, he: wilIiell iis-lu asithey spit be'bought
or Cash. -W1L3:IAMS.
march'24 i1 e 'i1 t . y
BL 4CK I AIVCRAPE AND
PR INT-gD -MUSLINS.
W'aid 'couple uppl 1oi seasonable
ncliding'thi abbder"-t="t"';"' r3.i:''.'
For sale by' ' = ' t; 9i ROBERTS
TABLE =SA KTzIfiIY;Qf1X'. 5:'..
Ttheold'priiiice ol's1Tcentii'a'$o*;' '
for sale by";
inai6b:24 ., i 'r. "s # tf :.= 9-.
DAHLIARCOXSI PLOW1 'K-SEEDS.
jORSALEat25:c sa-purcil, andFlow"
M.' "'er-Seeds 6t 6 centad;;iap3er,,r
Lucerne Grass S1eedatSQ':cen s ".found.
)y. ;". a; -; , S. ROBE1tTS
STATE O: OLTNA:
lames :E. Walkety. ppf"bc
pN mow. r , ,
LL1 d eariagw raf Dairies
: "Walk. l eiapdpr
5LL V A IV,
their customers and the public generally, to
iewest and most fashionable styles,
1tW -ATICLES ARE
English and Scotch Ginghams.
Black and colored figured Silks,
Bombazines and Alpaccas,
English and American Prints,
Lace and Muslin Collars, .
Black and white figured Laces,
and Fringes. for Trimming.
Silk and Mersailles Vesting,
Striped and Plaid Cotton Goods,
lets, Boots, Shoes,
'n Gaiters, Hardware, Cutlery. Glass China,
-ugs and -Medicines, White Lead in Oil, Lamp,
itionary,. &c. &c. &e.
E of NAILS and CASTINGS, from the South
ees too numerous to mention, will be sold upon
I for past favors a continuance is solicited.
HE undersigned have formed a co-part
.Nnership under the name of.J-nss LYON
Co, for the purpose of carrying on the
Merchant Tailoring Business,
and will keep at the saute place formerly occu
pied by John Lyon.
A IIANDSoMF. ASSORTMENT OF
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. VESTINGS,
and fancy articles, will always he kept on hand,
which will be sold on reasonable terms.
JOHN LIPSCOM B.
January 1, 1847.
We also would inform the public. that we are
receiving from -New York and Charleston, a
splendid assortment of Goods suitable for Gen
tlemen's wear consisting in part of
Sup. black French CLOTH,
Do. blue do. do:
Do. brown do. do.
Do. black do. Doe skin CASSIMERES'
Do do.- fancy do. do.
Do, fancy check summer COAT:, a large
A splendid assortment of VESTINGS,
A fine lot of white kid Gloves, black do. .
Black satin and fancy Cravats and Scarfs, .
Suspenders, silk under Shirts and Drawers,
Cotton and woolen Drawers,
Also, a variety of Goods belonging to the trade,
nenh as MILITARY TRIMMINGS, &c., all
Of which will be sold and made up, in a style that
'will please any that may favor us with their
March 15, 1847. 3m 9
" The subscriber returns his sincere thanks to
the citizens of the District, for the liberal man
ner in which they have snpported him in his
business, and hopes by strict 'attention, that
the public may find it to their advantage to con,
tinue their patronage. JOHN LYON.
TO THlE PUBLIO. -
THE undersigned would
- respectfully announce to
.Travellers and persons vis
iting Hamburg. that he has
taken for a teriu of years.
thin Hotel;, long :known as
i"' 5HOTEI1L al ~
d jt iis pirjC to keep as sucha a.Iaus
a/Ioub!. pepo,ad wil only p omgi,to a i
favor hi ith a call h at he will do 1i1 1 si r
' h leoatler .lllielent
attenided loin a. ways tht shiall give etitire satis
f actions. .
A liberallpatronage is rTspe'dtfully soli'cited.
- ~-" y M. KETCHIAM.
-Hatrabrg, -March 8-10 - tf 7
WILL stand.th e ensning Spring Season,at
the followitng times and places, to wit:
at Daniel Quattlebuma's in Lexington district,
on the first uind second days ina March r ext; at'
John Lee's, in L.exinigton D~istrict, ont thre fourthf
and f fth of March next , art James Watson's,
in Edgefield District, or. the seventh and eighth
of March next , atnd thea wvill be ait rte said
stands on evetry ninth day until the temith of
Jtine the realter ; arnd wvill b e let to Mlares at
the mioderate price of $4 ifr a sitigle visit, $ti
for the seasotn, atnd $8 to inasure a Mare to be
N.' accountability for accidents or escnapes,
but every rare will he tiaketn to avoid such.
Any person puatting ra Mareby inaratnce and
Ichotinimg thterightr of the Mare befote'it is as
certted whether she is in fonl or tnor, will he
held responsible for dhe insiuranace of the Mare
Pedngrer.-Osav.Ronsa was bred by- hhr.
Dearing, of Charlueston. otn his plaintatioti in
North Alabarra, wars sired by an imported 31al
tees Jack, and ot of an imiported Italian
Jinney. Both the sire and dtam was imported
by Mr. Dearinag.
ONDER-DONK is six years old this Spring,
Jour feet six intcheus high, lengthy and heavily
built, with es fine hone aind muscle us any
Jack in the State, and is like his namesake,
a very sutre foal getter.
Februiaty 3 dam 2
CLEASE AND PURIFY THE lBODY.
T HFapplicationa ol the princinle of Pn~r
-U.gation hteing allowed to be otne of the
greatest utihtty in thte cure and prevention of
diseases. it is of the greatest conisequence to
ascertain wvhat medicitne is capable of prodit
cing the desired effect, tn the easiest, anad at
the same time in the maost effectual manner.
*BaAREztTRs YEGETvBLE UNrvmnSAa. PILI.s
remove allinoxious accumualations anid purify
anid invigorate the-blood, and their goqd effects
ore not counterbalanced by any inconvenience.
lhing composed entirely of vegetabies they do
ntot expose those whoi ttse themn to danger ; and
their effects are as certain as they are salutary;
they are daily and safely admtnistered to in.
fanicy, youth, unhodaod and old age, and to
women in the most critical anrd delicate cir
cumnstances, Thtey do not distnrb or shock the
animal functions, butt restore their orditiary and
Dr. Brandreth's Principal Office 241 Broad
way, N. Y ; other offices in Ne w York.
. j7The genuine only for sale in Edgefield
District by R. S. ROBERTS. Edgefield Court
House, KENRcK & THAYER, Hamburg. and
StYr.EY's Store, Meeting street.
-Every 4gent having the gennine has a cer
tificate of Agency, signed by thne Doctor htim
self. - -
*March' 24 ;-' 3m 9 -
IREV. DlR. WM..B, JOHNSON'S New
teWork. " The Gospel developed throngh
teGovernmient and Order of the Churches of
Jesus (Christ.' Price 50 cents.
e Fiur sale by ,R-. S. ROBERTS.
From-the Philadelphia-Publie Ledge':
i E have been.inforuned,by Mrs. Mahan,
(a grand-daughter of Gen. WaynVe;):
that she sutered for a uomber of years from
the growth of a large Goitrous Tumour of. the
Throat, which, besides great peformity, pro
duced both a diffi--ulty ' of degutition, and -of
brea-hing. Indeed, she says, the,pressure upon
the windpipe was sogreat as to prevent Jser
from sleeping in a recumbent postion, and of
ten suffocation appeared inevita~,le. She daso
labored under severe indisposition from Liver
Complaint and Jaundice, with a horrible train
of nervous affections, for which she commen
ced the use of Dr. Jayne's Alteratid'e, which
she took regularly for six ot seven wvee-ks, with
occtasional doses of his Sanative Pil= : ard her
general healthhwas thereby 'completely re-es
tabhshed. and now perceiving some diminu
tion in the size of the Goitrous Tum1atr, she
was encouraged to persevere in the use of the
Alterative until every vestige of the paflnIni
tumour was entirnly removed. We thi')k,
therefor e, that such an important remea'7
shotuld be more generally knowtn.
R. S. ROBERTS, sole Agant, at Edgefield
C. H.. South Carolina.
april 12 3t 12
A NOTHER CASE OF NEURALGIA
CURED BY RoWANDS MAGIC LOTION! !!!
air. J. T. Rowand.-Sir- Several weeks
since, a daughter of mine about nine years
old. was attacked with the most excruttating
pains in her hands. linbs and various parts of
the body. For several days she was almost
frantic from pain, tittering cries and shrieks
continually ! A hrning fever coming on, it
seemed almost impossible' that she could live.
When .in this condition and not having closed
her eyes for 36 hours a friend of yours called
and applied your celebrated MAGIC LO
TION, and in less than five minutes the pain
w-as entirely removed! _A few hours after,
the pains returned tn some measure, but yiel
ded as at first, almost instantly to the Lotion,
and contrary to my expectations, my child re
recoveted and is now in good health.
Yours, try, M ARY YOUNG.
Mariot's I.ane, below Queen, between Fifth
and Sixth. Philadelphia. March 26. 1846.
Sold wholesale and retail by
JOSEPH T. ROWLAND,
No. 376 Market street. Philadelphia.
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS, Edggfield
Court House. S. C.,
april.7 3t 12
READ IT! IT SPEAKS FOR ITSEi.F,
AND COMMENTS AtE UNNECESSARY !!
Philaddphia, May 28. 1845.
Dr. Jayne-dear Sir : I feel bound to the
afflicted to give publicity to the extraordinary
effects of your valuable medicines.
I have-suffered for several years past with
Liver Complaint, and the train of diseases
which follows-a complete prostration of the
system-so that .it was with great difficulty
I could walk, and at times I was confined to
my room. To add to my misery, a Scrofulons
affection eppeared in -my throat, with Rheu
matism in my arms, so that I could not -raise
my right arm to my head. In the - hidttest
weather'my feet and hands wdnld ache with
the cold; and perspiration had altnostceased.
I now became afflicted with a dry hoarse cough
and gave up all hopes of'ever getting well.
I had night sweats, and . it little or :no sleep,
with frightful 'dreams and morbid heaiache:
I sesmed to be borderingon INSANITY; and
was denied' 'all study- or mental- exercise :'
could not read a-smallliaritaplh in 'a hews
paper without great difficult, ;t :ha"ggei
soreness'in. my -sfoina'e;wh'idl .t(
swell io ninch tha Ianuilo le;doNE
oricveu to reclin rbtiad :t 5e, n
-1 f. 7.. "xfroJnei
re rti 'tIg ; titfstd
ki ig place .
-:1now heard of yor
mined' to'iry fiin- SANATIWE"PILL tind
to' my 'siurprise .the-sorenesilelt m:e,-'lS1
walk about .the' house.- I- ceititinined' to' ;n
pive fromn that time. Shontif nfter'my wifs
called~st yur'Sto're; and Atat~'d iny caseto you,
and younsent tme a' bottleof y~ ur Alternative,
mm anmoword to comie' and see yeou, and you
wvould inivestigate moy case, anid enre me. This
I didunot believe, as I felt I was beyond'the
reach of human skill.
A fter taking your Altesative and Pills, for
three weeks. there was a decided change fIor
the better, so that when I called upon yiu, you
said I would get well, and that your Alterative
would enre tme efibee~tally. With no) hopes,
however, of getting -we-ll. I still conititnued ta
kinig yonr Alternative. unitil I had taken the
fourth bottle. wvheni there was a-suidden change
in moy whole systema. as thotngh I ha-d got rid of
s ome "reath ttrthen,, and I could draw my
breath as usnal. My nerves gradnally becatme
strotng. and moy appetite returned.
It has been ahont four moonthis since I corn
menc'ed taking~ your Medicines. atnd at this
time nearly every vestige of disease is eradica
ted from mty system.-4 am as active, and nearly
as strong. as at any period of my lire I have
now uainedl nitne poundi~s ini two months.
I have good reason to believe that the uise
of your valuable Niepicines. by the help of
God, has saved me fromn a p~remal:ttn grave.
Hallowel Court, in Popular Street, between
Seventh and Eighth sts.
Preparedl otnly by Dr. D. Jayne, N'o- 8 South
Thlird at., Philaudelphia.
Rt. S. ROBERTS is Dr. D. Jayne's only
Agetnt at Edgefield Couirt Honse.
March 17 8 S
T O T HE FAIT HLES!
tIf any donht the wonderful powers of
-DR. CUL.L E N'S INDIAN VEGET.ABL E
PAN.4CE.,'- we invite them to cell n pona Mr.
Isaac Breooks. Jr., Jeffersona street, fourth door
west of Schniylkill Sixth street, below Locust.
and learni from his own lips of one of the most
astnishing cnres of Scrofnila ever performed
on a human being-or call at the reidence nf
his father, Eleirentha anid Vmne streets. Sold
by JOS. T. ROW A ND,
.376 Market street, Philadelphia.
R. S. ROBERTS, Agent, Edgefield C.. H
mnarch 31 - t 10
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate .of
LIGeorge Pope, deceased, are hereby noti
fed that it is absolutely niecessary to collect all
the money due the Estate, and that those who
do not pay will be sued before return day.
The Neotes are ini the hands of N. L. Griffin or
J. W. Gibbs, Esqrs.
TI HJS. H POPP, Executor.
Jan3 tf .2.
M R. R OFF. \vho held coditiotnally anm in
terest in the right of Edgefield District,
to Hotchkiss' Reaction Mll1 Wheels. (Pittent)
has nzever comnpied withi said condition, thero
fore lie holds no interest, and has tno right te
sell or ma e any contract for 'said Wheels.
We, the undersigned'are ,the owners, of said
right, anid a iight pturchasud from any othier,
unless our agenit, will not be eood.
Mr. 3. T. W EuBER,- we ant orise, with ful
power to act as our agent.
COTHRIAN & ?VlOORE.
.Ilarch 1, 184 f -G
AND SPEScza ' PJg.sL D
r Xer bat Da*,f -L
In Janimrty.1844, t w -
took a severe' cold, w
in severity fir'abo ,:t
that my friends donstae'tlI
believed I was in a veryr giitl '
state. At the end .fAW.
cred two Boxes of " -
first day of their .us. I eg
lief, and before I haditak
was gone; Cough'had ,ceas -
entirely cured. I was -
I then said and still believe. t a _-y
of God, they were the mean. -
In lodking over the rdsei6b
saw they were recommeuien:(
Dyspepsis, with whiclrmye1
been afflicted for a roagin i
her to male trtal of them; an
bv a-continued use of thePt
fee tly and I think pe
Fo ae by - '
Marc 13l 10 i.ti
produced by local irritatinaado-b'ti
tive stimulants, undue deteamit i
to the hemorrhoidal vesselsby't d
or walkin. or a congestive itater
and pecnliarity of the cOnstitutodis --
It iii usually considered und -
or varieties, as follows-Blind l
Piles, and Bleeding Piles.- "'Y-;
This disease is so comma, andsq v -
known. that a description is eayW
not deemed necessary. "
- The success -hat has follow
Embrocation in the cure ifiti"
been truly astonishing. Pby iiar
vise their patients to ryi
In addition to its beiiQ -
the Piles. it never failato'cnrii
R-ABLE ITCHING, which ir
and has its location in the 'e'
Read the folloiin th
lumns.of Alexander's Weeklq
Found at last-A a r?fordt
clans and Chemiss hiave ! a
discaver a medicine that woui
mosttroublesome diseasesthe a
has at last been the re t
PILE EM BRUCAT O1 ;.
bleeding, allavy-pain andk a
that intojerahle atclyn b -'
like a charm, and aani verya
Alsq all ths s
steam, &c.8c.A -~.
andt with ihe.disease. r
heen deaf for iey, f et,~~,
w~ere obliged to, use ear traq ,
uiig- one or two bottleso
trowii aside their trunipetutr ,
The applicatijn of tih 0
hat on the conutrary an agreabIan
sensation The recipe 'foir ni
been obtained fronm an Airsto
tion, who has found, fr~m -
that deafness,'in nin'etban easesotd.
wvas produced either from a wait-E
the iierves of hearing, or a drypsin
his object, therefore. wks to. liudo
that wheuId create a henkhy.congigi~
parts. A fter a lona series ofneii4-q
eiToris were at last crowned~.i~
ihe dIiaoyery of thi'prepallit. ;w
re'ceived the name of "-SCARPAM4~
POUND ACOUSTIC OILWPItN
used in thisi country abour sixeyeiarw
wod.rfuh tins heen its effects in clir
ieving the deaf. that from piurptotl
manity. it is now offered to the ~J
may hmve an opiportunity'ofp,.
cy. A long lhst ofertilicates inug
hut such is ihe confidence in
so high its reputationg tlat buewo
It is only necessary to addi~tha~
has been recommended and -uie-d
the best physicians and surget
and in thus contry..- .
For sale bx R.S.ROBEaE~
field Courthouse, South Carolia
Ji K H alid Genuine AD
dirtect from pir. Iknidethb
Phaladelphia. iincludin ei~jCI
the most approved kid urB
A LL ersons haviaing
essate of Diavid Richrd
ed to present them-imtmeditlj
tesed. and-all debtotaof tb
to make prompt paymwin ucl --
estate are aheutto hee
. A8 M4I
. stat of . He
indebted arer reuestdto
ment . . TH~OS --~