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respectfull anoutince hiin as a candidate for
theoce of TaX Collector, at the ensuing elec
,n april14 tf 12
- g""The friends of Major ABRAHAM
JONES, announce him as a candidate for
theLegislature, to fill the vacancy occa
sioned by the death of James S. Pope,
g7 The following gentlemen are announced
by their friends as candidates forrhe Office of
Ta: Collectol.'at the ensiing'election
GEORGE 'L SHEPPARD,
M'SAMPSON B, MAYS,
- aj. S. C. SCOTT.
. MARSHALL R. SMITH,
': - ,:L> lz'I R. WILSON.
The following gentlemen are announced
by 'their friends as candidates for the office of
Odina, at the ensuing election.
Capt. W. L. COLEMAN.
BY virtue ofsundry writs of Fieri Fa
-iasi, to directed, I will proceed to' sell at
Edgefeld Court House, on the firsi Mon
day and Tuesday in May next, the fol
rowing property to wit
'ames: E.' Cobb vs. Elizabeth Carter,
ihetract of-land"whereon' the defendant
- ies, containing one thousand acres; more
r less. adjoining lands. of John Marsh
John Wise, aud others.
Matt Ardis,. and others, severally, vs.
John Marsh, a tract of .land, containing
siX hundred acres, more or less, adjoining
.lands of John Wise, James Powell, and
"oth Bauskett vs. J. J. Bryan, a house
and lot in the Town of Hamburg, known
in the plan of said town as lot number one
hundred and fifteen (115) fronting fifty
feet on Centro, street, .and running sback
one hundred and fifty feet.
Aiso, one other house and lot in th
To rn of Hamburg,-known in the plan o
said town as lot number one hundred
and thirty (130) fronting fifty feet on Cen
S trestre, and running back one hundred
ndfifty feet.. Terms of sale cash. -
- H. BOULWARE, S. E. D.
April 9 41 12
''? "EDGEFIELD DISTRI T.:
- , IN.EQUITY.
George-W. Jones and wife,-..
r .u .. OTJCE is hereby given, that by vir
t5ioqf'aniorder'of Chancellor Dun.
" , - sel.at eseld Cir 'House
1c ti nth fistMondayit ay.next, on a cre
r 2saUnd gOoa Seed.
ts'n' 11 dja e TinWare,
v ,t lo' .sare,
-of, which his pn Ijw illI be conistia'ntly kept up,
il). so be sold at xusneulg boto prwces, but these
two -atr idles wcilluot besodd ar cost, though a
e~f bavy reduction will be made in prices,
which will be permauently' made in Drugs, so
-thbt his Drug department wi!l bc cheaper than
in-any retail establishment in the counitry. Thie
inducement is great and reaL Persons wishing
- supplies will do well to avqil themselves of thi
*pportunity, and apply soon, i they wish a
selecrioa.' A: the expiring of a month, old pri
eswill inevi.ably be resumed.
R. S. ROBERTS.
-mrarch 31 ise~~ntf 10
The Stock isgnrladadmirably assorted.
Orderst from the country, accompanied by rt.
itii tncesp promptly attended to, same as if
prties were eon the spot.
HOTE L FOR SAL as.
TH E nndersigned, being desirous of chang
ing his residence, offers for sale hsis knue
in the Village of defield, So.Ca., well known
as the PLANTER S. HOTEL, with all the
Furniture and .other necessary appeiidages.
6 Extensive ndditions have recemly been. made
to thc Htunse, and furnished throug houit, which
makes it one of the most desirable stands for an
Hotel, in the up country. Attached to the
a house, are all the necessary ont brrildings, isn
chiding a Bar Room. and Ten Pin Alley, to
~eiher with ffeen (15) acres of lund, in the
highest statn of cultivation. The House is
plenismitly locateduon the south sido of ithe Pub
T ei Squiare. convenient to the Court House
and:the business part of the village. . .
*To an approved ptrchaiser, the terms will be
rnade cssy and acconmmodating.
- For further particulars enquire on the prom
- ',mach 31 if 10
C The Abbevulle Banner Greeiiville Moun
taiineer, Hamburg Journal, and Auguseta Con
tiinutionalist, 'will please iinsert the above four
simes; atid forward their accounts to
-~ ,.C.H. G.
1ZMliWELCQUR7 OF ORDINARY.
Y-V JOHN: HIL L, Esquire, Ordinary
of Edgefteld District: I
Whereas;'Ellington Claik, bath applied
to me for Letters of Adnistration, on
all'and. singular. the gonds and chattels.
rights and credits of Mary Clark, lateI
o)f the Dristiet aforesaid, deceased. -
These are, therefore, to cite and adlmon
foh all and singular, the kindred and credi-1
ctboi-s of the said deceased, to be and appear
' before me, at our next Ordinary's Court
folthe said Distriet, to be holden at Edge.
Al1d Curt Bouse,on the 26th day of .April'
n shbow .cause, if any.. why the
ua' 'nsnisration should trot be granted'.
Wh~sem under syhand and seel hi h
9tdfref A5prflin -he- year of our
rdiomihandteighhudred and Ibr.
tyiei .and-ia ?'he:seventy kret year o.
SHN HILL o. ''. o.
LANDRETH'S FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
TWO papers 'for fifteen cents, wsarranted
- genuine, also a CORN SHELLER, a
capital Machine, for saie by
R.. S.' ROBERTS.
march 24' - tf' 9
LAC!E & OPEN WORK BONNETS
L EGHORN Braid, straw and 'face- B0N
- . NETS, for'sale by
R: S. ROBERTS.4
march24 U' 9
PANAMA & LEGHORN HATS.
mHATS, also Boy's and Children's'Pal
metto Hats. for sale by
R. S. ROBERTS.
march 24 t 9
CHEESEMAN'S ARABIAN BALSAM.
SMALL supply ofthis celebrated'article
for sale by R. S. ROBERTS.
march 24 -tf 9
COnLUA. 15th Feb. 1847.
LIEUTENANT J. W. COUNTS, of Beal
Company No. 4, otherwise called Bull
Pen, Company, 2d Battalion, 43d Regiment,
having vol'intesred his services as a privatejin
the "Hammond Guards," for the Mexican
Wnr, a furlough has been granted to the said
Lieutenant until the term of lis servicts as a
By order.of the Commander-in Chief.
J. W. CANTEY,
Ad't. & Inspect. Geni.
april 14 2t 12
LIEsToN E SPamos,'20th March,:1847.
Genrid Order, No. 2.'
R CHARD DE TREVILLE, having beer
appointed and- commissioned 'Conneis.
sary General of Purchases, with the 'rank of
Lieutenant Colonel, will be obeyed and respect
By order of the Commander in Chief.
J. W. CANTEY,
Adjutant and Inspector General.
apri-"14. - -: -. - 2t ,12:
LvuxsTos Spanius.March 5.
SHE frlloing Regiments wilt idde fo
Reviewand Drdittli the tins herein sta.
Led' tsa v -;,,
13ilihliegimeisto Sllnfntryand Upne
Sqtaried he'4tri Re inzent of Cavalry
( ito htD o excepted,);
TIsa r~~meto av
'T he . nttry -
iiThursday, e0th May .ext
buental TPanda Griudfeo 2the dcy peiouxt -
Riw, Drill an tInetRetici Cppn
ThoeMath eiernt wfIln~,a illwthistaa
tnds th ii-Fs ay th ' nandieiof
ofriers will ibt their'rsptA atte iie
Gen. Quattlebutm and Cot. Felder are char
edl with4tac extension of thiq order to thieir Bri
By order of the Commander-in chief.
J. W. CA N TEY, Adji. St Ins. Gent.
'march 31 9t 10
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLYAA
1N EQUIT Y.
George Parrott, )Bill for Forecto.
es... spre of' Malrt.
Jmes E. Walker, & others, gage, &c.
I T appearing to miy satisfacction, that Jamne
E. Walker. Joisephi 3. Walker, Alesander
F. Walker, John M. Walker, Moses Walker,
lames C. Walker, Samuel P. McNairy and
Eizabeth C.-his wife, Sarai Anti Walker and
Mary D Walker, det'endants.in the case, are
without the limits of this State; Ordered, that
the defendants above named, do appear in thiu
hionorabte Conrt, and plead, answer or demur
to the said Bitt, within three months fronm the
publication of this order. or the said bill will be
taken pro coinfesso against thenm.
S. S. TOMKINS, C. K. E. D.
Commissioner's Office, M1arch 5, 1847..
march 10 3m '7
DA HLIA ROOTS & FLOWER SEEDS.
F OR SA LE at 2.5 cents a parcel, and Flow
er Seeds at 65 cetnts a paper,
Lucerne Grass Seed at 50O cents a pound.
qyR. S. ROBERtTS.
march 24 tf 9
Dr. Branadrellh's PiUs !
CLEASE AND) PURIFY THEi BODY.
T E application of the principle, of Pur.
Jgation being allowed to be' one of the
retest utility in the cure -and, prevention of
iseaes, it is of the greatest consequence to
scertain wvhat medicmd6 is cap~able of produ.
ting the desired efe~ct, in the easiest, and at
he same time, in the most effectual manner.
BasszRKTH's VEOErvaLE UflviasaL PatLLs
emove all noxiouis accumulations, and purify
mnd invigorate the blood, and their good effects
tre-iiot couniterbalaniced by any inconvenience.
iing composed-enttirely of vegetables they 'do
tot expose those who use them to danger ;'and
heir effects are as certain as they are salutary;
hey are daily and safely administered to in
ancy, youth, manhood and old-age, and to
ronnin the most critical and delicate cir
uitances.. 'They do not disturb or shock the
Lima l unctions,.bot restore their ordinary and
Dra Brndetb's P'rincilmit Office-241 Broad
vay, N.Yn other, ofices in New York.
.ITlie genuine only for bal in Edgefield
)istrict byI .RUBERTS,.Edgefield Court
luse, Kzwntc'a Ti'AYER, 'Hamburg,- and
.Every Agent having. the genaine has a eer
iSate of Agency, sligned ..by the Doctor him
March2 A , -e Im 9
tL<" y .
ESPECTh'Rl tte tipi oft
jr j i:1rComppt /r it, the at
i('M tedjJacone ta n _ ".
Riob' ri"iit8dr ''"' : ; " ;r"
. %Batazef liait!16"a 1. : t> -, " f
A i4 . z s^n?r1 1811II
"u : rte;;:- t3rr < :" i;
.: ;Drapj a ete,.t "' . x
";Summ u .r..
.Linen- 4oaung n
Amon " v'v'birb' rtd G OLlltll
and Cr cker -Wade 1~i',Ware, Drt
and Liaaeed 4ilel ,d "Iatber.
have i It"Q " or tie sale
Carolina. Manufactai '"'.; ' '
All;the.iabove (3 an jother artic
liberal iertn"s.tospu :Thankful
IT ,complete ?astid (tt
DRY .GOOD"S" c. 'S AND.
-HARDVIiA ; 1 - OES, .
which,he .will"sell asjcw* , 4he1bongbt
for Cash& 9
BLACK Ott D.
NEW and comp]eie riprj ot'eeaeonable
including the "above;'
For sale by' "'' ' : i BEATS
march 24 g
/SHE undersigoed;hbve =co-part
3. nership -under the: fmerLzrorr -
& .Co.', for the purpoiiei dg=on.the :
jM erchaat Tali oth Eitisfaess,
and will "keep at theaauiespl*.. brmerly:occu
pied,bylJohn- yon:::4l"k ;? lg., -4; ',-'k
A UAtr oeoM
and fancy aiticles..will algva l ,'heat ou band,
which will be sold ou reasonable terms.
JOH,' P OM B
Jbnuaiy 1, 1847: -' ": ";?' ''"
We also we-aid itiforii th b6li 1ffiar*e -are
receiving Iroiu 11IewlYo "aME harleston, a
splendid assoitnietit of;Go 1rte for Ge =
tlemen':~ ear~ couaiatin rn.p ri of
"Bup black FrencC
Du: blae, do':'-- -td
" Dir: - black ?o.: Do skrr 4'SSIMERES,
iaDo '.. dor fan'edo3f xdb.'=,::'
Do. fancy AK-01,11,90, , - a large ;
gpieidpaenei' ,: ",
A'' ne$lo ac ,.r. ,do. ;, -~ :."
Blt claeatta ridi MOM,
anc, .c" fsru,.
u d ell an a r ayvers. z
r; rtcaddit, GHood ic:trAde.
such a M LLII Y t ""; ,"all
,of whi l.b no yplethat
" ' ''' Wa heir
yy i lease kany ttttu~j ,= a
Ft. n .:a . ,'ate- .?"....: L,#' .:;
A v't1 G.",o ...a .'.
is 41 n WTI
heir cnstomers and the public generally, to
VT1E 6 .W-OODS,
west and.most fashionable styles,
English and Scotch' Ginghams.
Bluck and colored figured Silks,
Bombazines and Alpaccas,
"'English and American Prints,
'Lace and Muslin Collars;
3 EPBlaek'and white figured Laces,
na Fdmges,.for Trimming.
Silk and.Mersailles Vesting,
SStriped.and Plaid Cotton Goods,
ets, Boots' Shoes,
a'.Gaiters, Hardware. Cutlery, Glasq. China,
is and Medicines, White Lead in Oil, Lamp,
icinary, &c. &c. &e.
ofNA1LS and CASTINGS, from the South
les too numerous to mention, will be sold upon
for past favors a continuance is solicited.
List of Letters
REMAINING 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.
Burss, W M McClelland, Joseph
Burton, Richard McClelland, Robt
Conch, Jessee Martin, George F
Curry, Mrs Jane Mays, S3mpson B
Cloud, Mr W Moseley, Hugh Mr
Ca'sson, Mr Myres H 2 Mims, Capt B T
Conore, bliss 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, Al r. John Norval, Thomas B
Cheatham I no Esqr. Ogletree, i r John
Davis, W M Pardee, Willis H
Dagnel, Samuel Piper, Horatio N 5
lobey, Wm E Esq. Phoenix. Miss Moriab
Denny, Mr Job Permenter. Mrs Apsell
Erwin, Rev A Permenter, Mr Edward
Edwards, Col John D Parks, America
Edwards, Hlatris Parrott, Mr George
Fanderburk, SamI A Prescot, Daniel
Gomillion, Jessee Pealor, Dr J 2
Getzen, Rev Samuel Pres-ley, Mirs Nancy
W Presslev, Mr Edward
Green, MJno Qattlebum, Mr
Graves. Mrs Mary Quattlebum, Col Jno
Greenleaf, Abram Richerson, J L .
Goode, Miss Susan C Roper. Joel Esq 2
Goode, bliss Martha Roper, Mrs Susan
Hancock, .ohn Roberts, George W
Howard, J J 2 Scelton, Mrs E 4
Hollingsworth, Jno H Smyley, Ai 1,
Hollingsworth Capt MSmyley, Miss Caroline
Harris;'Simeon Sprawl. Col James C
Howard, DrA T Steel, Miss Ann
Howard,' Miss Julia F Speers, John A
Holston, Mr Wade Scott, B R Esq
[all;- AEnilliirEsq Wise, Mr W
Hollister,;Mrs Cathe. Wise, bliss-Aag:asta2
rine Williams, MissMary F
Holcombe' W A 2
Hoiard, T H ' Wigfall, LT ;'2
fones, afiCharlei Watson, Messrs S & E
lone, Lewis . ' . White,'Mius Sarah .
lones; Gen ames Walker, William .
Tands,'MrJob Waliams, Rev H A
UeliM'3nh Wardla*?Hon D L
[o:o 'r tlen Wdri D C=J.
- Suna 'MlrtliiY IZidisieuirnn , George'
-ma,iThoiis~ 2 ~ 'K
Edad places e
afaselilft ildtthe Geheial,
PeiimiantomIN '1Tasfdi the year 1846.
(dai Moundai,, 22nad abrch at Sheppard's,
i-MTaesdag, 23rd ' " Dunton's
'Woedt 24th ' "~ Liberty Hill,
";Tht:Nday 25th -" " Freeland-s,
*~i 26th U" " Parks',
'kSiturdy 27th " " Red Hill,
LMontday,' 29th " " Collier's,
"' Tuesday, 30th " Wi tman's
N'Widnesday, 21s't " --Geiger's,
'" Thursday, Ist.April, "-Hamburg,
"9 Friday, *2nd " " Beach island,
." "Saturday. 3rd " " Powel's,
M'Monday, 5th " " E.Ct.House,
"Tuesday, -6th " " Pineo House,
SWednesday, 7th. " " Randall's,
'A Thuirsday, 8th " " Kreps,'
" Fiiday, 9th " " Ridge,
Saturday, 10th sn',1,,on
"Monday, ~12th " " Sntyly's,
Tuesday, 13th ' " Allen'~s,
Wednesday, 14th " " Mlt.Willinig,
Thnraday, 15th " "Norris',
"a Friday, 16th. " ', Riniehart's,
SSaturday, 17th " " Perry's x r's.
"Mondamy, 19th " " Rich'dson's
"Tuesday, , 20th " Col.Towles'
V ednesday, 21st " Do. do.
." l'Tursday, 22nd " -Moore's,
"Friday. 23rd " " Shaterfield.
'Saturdamy, 24th m Dorn's,
Mondiny anid Tuesday the 3rd and 4mIh days
f May. at Edgefield Court ilotise, after which,
pS' bucks will clos,: for the presenit year.
J . QUATT'LEBUM, T. C. E. D.
rifarcht 10 4t 7
ROBERTS' WORM TEA..
T I xeln and inflallible preparation
I 'is recommended to the public. The sighs
if Wormis aund fetid breath, swelled stomach,
cry little, or too pleat appetite, nanien, head
che, affection of the brain, vomieinr, tickling
nd irritation abouit the nose, disturbed sleep,
ts and convulsive twitchitngs, slimy and disor
ered slate of the bowels and fever. Pairents
ionild do0 well to biear in minid, that the remedy
mauii had for these dagerous complaints.
vben proceeding from Worms, for 12& cnts
nly. . R. S. ROBERTS.
Smarch 31 tf -'10
IJR. ROFF, who held conditiontally an in.
-il terestin the right of Edgefield District,
.Hontchkiss'.Reaction..Mill Wheels, (Patenty
as never complied with said condition, thero
are he holds no interest, and has tno right te
ai orima e any contract for said Wheels.
Ve, the urideruagned are the owners, of said
gbt, end viright purchassd fromr any other,
n0s uraet will not he good.
'MS.J.T.W ER, .we authorise, with full
ower to act as outrsgent.
COTH RAN & MOORE.
March 1,1847. , tf 6
* NEW WORK.
REV DR. WM!.'B. JOHNSON'S New
Work, a The Gospel developed through
me Governineat and Orderiof the Churches of
esus brist." Price 50 cents.
Fsr sale byB- . S. ROBERTS.
march 24. . t f 9
& The friends-of WESLEY BODIE, an
ounce, him a a candlidate for the office of
februavy'24 -tf - U 5
LONDON REGENERATIVE CREAM.
OR gradually darkening the Hair, and
keeping it from .lalling off-. or - turning
grey. It strengthens weak. Hair,. and. by its
constant :ipplicatiua produces alieautifil gkiss
without the use of oil being apparent. It is
one 9f the bestcurlingfluids texistence..Price
50 cents at bottle. R. S. ROBERTS.
march 26 tf 10
Po-rAs.Ohio, May 18. 1841.
Dr. D. Jayne,--Dear Sir.-Doctor Helineck
has used some eight or ten bottle' of your Ex
PEcToRAN'r, and has found decided benefit.
His health is better than for several years past.
and Iis appearance indicates decided improve
ment 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. PoTrs & GiutaNt.
WESTERTOWN, N. Y., Oct. 20. 1841. '
Dr, D. Jayne-Dear Sir.-Your Hair Tonic
is an excellent article. Many respectable per
Eons also offer their certificates in favor of your
Expectorant. I believe your medicines are the
best preparations. that have ever been offered
to the public, for the relief of the afflicted, and
for the cure of the diseases for which they were
Your Expectorant I think will soon be ex
clusively popular. Youms, &c.
R. S. ROBERTS is Dr. D. Jayne's only
Agent at Edgefield C. H.
apirl 14 . 1 12
T OOTH ACHE, CURED.
Mr. Jos.Pt' RowAND, No. 376 Market St.
Dear Sir :-After having suffered many days
and nights with an excrutiating tooth ache,
and tried every other remedy without- relief. I
was induced to try the effect of y'out MAGIC
LOTION, and to my utter astonishment, I was
completely cured in five minutes
Yours. BARTLE SHEE,
Paper Warehouse, No. 29 Commerce St
Philadelphia, Feb. 25th, 1340.
April 14 tf 12
ANOTHER CASE OF NEURALGIA
CURED BY RowAND's MAGIC LoTioN! !!!
Mr. J. T. Rowand.-Sir-Several weeks
since, a daughter of mine about nine years
old. was attacked with the most excrutiating
pains in her hands, limbs and various parts of
the body. For several days she was almost
frantic from pain, uttering cries and shrieks
continually ! A burning fever coming on, it
seemed altiost impossible t she could live.
When in this condition an ot 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
was entirely removed! A few hours after,
the pains returned in some measure, but yiel
ded as at first, almost instintly to the Lotion,
and contrary to my expectations, my chili re
recovered and Is now in good health.
Yenta, truly, MARY YOUNG.
Mariot's Lane, below Qneen, 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, Edgefield.
Court House, S. C.,
npil 7 _ *-* . -43t2i. r12
BREAD- IT! ;LT SPEAKS FOR-ITSikh l,
- AND' cotatENTs' ARE. UtNEcssAYAi ' t ji
~ JPhziddjhbid May 28 t84 '
afited toi idpoutliicity'tte'eztra di9
e pcie- your valaible miedicines ." ' 1
heijilufered fuinin'lyett sttr
mtiuiriiniyiiinf i that! 6I lotT rdiAW
riyiiit ari'foamflika' in te- hottes
weather mytfeetidtyud so : lln
the iold anid periratibi' h'd abiaceised
I now became afflictod -wihh dr'y'lioiaisecougli
and gave up all .hopes of. ever: getting well.
I:had night'sweats,:and .ot littleoer. nd'sleep,
with frightful dreams and mntbid headache
I seemed to be bordering on INSANITY, and
was denied all study or. mental exercise. I
could not read a small paragraph in a news.
paper without great diificulty. I had great
soreness m my stomach, which- caused it to
swell so much that I was nable to lie down,
or even to recline, but bad to be propped in a
I had the advice of some eminent physicians.
and tried nearly all the remedies used ia much
cases, but continued.to grow worse, and it ap
neared as though a speedy dissolution was ta
I ihow heard of your meIicincs, and deter
mined to try your SA'NATIVE PILLS, arid
to my srurprise the soreness left me, so I could
walk about the hiouse. I continued to m-~
prrove from that time. Shortly after mny wife
called at your Store, atnd stated my ease to you,
and you sent rie a bottle of your Alternative,
and also wvord to comie and see yeou, and you
wvouldI investigate my case, and cnre me. This
I aid not believe, as I felt I was beyond the
reach ouf human skill,
After taking your Akecrative and Pills, for
three weeks, there wvas a decided change for
the better, so that whent 1 called upon ycu, you
said I would uet well, and that your Alterative
would cnre mie effectually. With no hopes,
however, uif getting well. I stmrl continiued ia
king your Alternative, until I had taken the
fouarthi bottle, when there was a arudden change
in~any whole system, as thugh I bari got rid of
some g reat burthen, arid I - could draw my
breath' as usual. My nerves graidually becatue
strong, and my appetite returned.
It imes beena about four mionithsince I com
menrced taking your Medicines, and at .this
tinme nearly every vestige of disease is eradice
ted from my system. I am as active, arid niearly
as strong, as att any peuiodl of mty lil e -I have
now guainedl nine poutnds in two mnonths,
I have good reason to believe that the tuse
of your valuable Mepicines, by the help of
God, hans saved me from a premature gravut.
Hallowel Court, in Popular Street, bet ween
Seventh and Eighth sta.
Prepared onlty by Dr. D. Jayrie, No- 8 South
rTird ut., Philadelphia.
Rt. S. ROBERTS is Dr. D. Jayne's only
Agent atEdgefield Court House.
March 17 $ St~
A I1 Persons -inidebted to the Estate *of
.1.George Pope, deceased, are hereby noti.
fied that it is absolutely anecessary.tsollect all
the tuo-icy due the Estate, arid that those, who
do not pay will be. sued before return day.
The Notes are int the haiids of N. L. Grifflin or
J.- W. Gibbs, Esqrs. .po1:
' ThUiS. IH OP E~tecutor.
Jan 3 .t
LADIES' DRlESS CAPS.
NADIES' DRESS CAPS,-also.Mburning
U.SCaps and COLLARS, a new article,
For sale by ILS. ROBETS.
march 24. ~t -9
TABLE SALET [N-t BOX.ES.
T~ the oid price f2a cents a B'ox,.
A for sale by . U. .ROBERTS.
.niarch 24 tf 9
Rt.aN and Hn
direct frouM r
Philadelphia, inclri aj
the most anprovbd uade
- february 10
Ait Sprxe cFt'i if.1)s
Kershawo District 3%e
In January. 1844,J;rrn eum
took a severe cold wahief
fever, accompanied witrh s
painful headache Th
in severity for -abont' 'oaW -
that my..frerids considerI
believed I was in-a-very endi
state. At the end o mhi er
cured iwo Bores' 'f8[Ni
first dayf their use. begfd I
lief, and before I:lad talke,
was gone ; Cough hadaceiiS"'
entirely cured.' 1 -w', n
I then said and stilbelite e
of God, they were the[ mess
In lookinig over th directi
saw'they weie reconmenid
been afflictad b ora otii
her to male'trial of them;hul.
by a continued use:ofithei
fectly and I think perdui'
For sale by.
March 31-:ld-?-.' In .
produced by-local irriit
five stimaleh nts.d pae
to the ifdiorrhid
or walkijijor-a con
and pecuTi1ar teo
or varietie -as follows;
Piles; and. Bleeding Piiles , .
, This diseaseis c
kns'wn. tiatir& e d ip a
~e ,5 Iahs
theed -al .
ilipscle 'W i'ei ta
Edgefield CortH oi e~
g . ' es
FOR th ciure oIEA E
the disdhurgesoI 3
Also, all those. disenj'
buzzing of insects ,no
steamt &c: &c.W~ii)d
proaching Deafness, and a i
ant with the disease.-~aan.~
heena deaf for ten, fifteens - il
were -obliged uto use pa'
u.,ing ones or -two-bottli
throWn aside hier trmeIs
fectly well. 3 8
The application of the Oip
hunt on thie contrary a'n:tia
senisation Tie recipe for ti
been obtained-froin an/Aii
tion, who lia-: foinid, fruni~
that deafbees,.iunineteen ieft
was produced dither'froiia
he nerv'es'of heariig,orisy
hise objct, therefore. wa to
that wvould-create aieaithy 6i
pnarts. A fter n'lon se'ries
efforts were at* at-efOne
the discoyery of thie pfepa
received the name" of ' SCR
POUND ACOUSTIC: 'OIi
used ;in this cotnirg ao t~ .
wonderfutl has beeti itirefftsi
lieving de deaf, thatfromtpr
matity, it is now offered t bfy i
tay have an opportuuity ~fov
cy. A long list of cert il:catsi
ut such'is-the conaddeR~IM
so high its reptatoil-atbtW
It is only necessary to edade
hats been recomme-aded and st t
the best phtysiels and siab
and ini this country.' .
Feor sale by.R S.ROBERT~
felud Courthiouse,:Souti Ca
march 10 .
L persons havrie
Aessate fDavide Ri
d to present. them imnmede
esed, and all debtors oftheetl
o make prompt paymente u
state are abhuet-to beledebed
el'top ,ii m l