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Thefriends of Major ABRAHAM
j UES,innounce him as a candidate for
tia Legislature; to fill -the vacancy, occa
sioiee y the death of- James S. Pope
11 The friends of JAMES SPANN, Esqr
respectflaly announce lit as a candidate-lor
the office of Ta-Collector, atthe ensuing elec
tion. april,14 - u 2
TYrhe friends of WESLEY BODIE an
noun hbim as a a didat for the office of
Sheiig at the ensuing elction. 5
february 24 - 7 ,Vtf 5
_ir The following gentlemen are announced
by heirfriendd as candidates for the Office of
Tax Collector, at the ensuing election :
col JOHN QUATTLEBUM,
- SAMPSON:B, MAYS.
L'ieut.JAMES B. HARRIS, -
Maj. S. C. SCOTT,
Maj. MARSHALL R. SMITH,
LEVI R. WILSON.
Ui7-The following gentlemen are announced
by their friends as candidates for the office of
Ordinary, at the easuing election.
Col. JOHN HILL,
Capt. W. L. COLEMAN.
- Tan Bark Wanted.
I lE Subs riber wishes to purchase be
. Etween Fifty and One Hundred Cords of
good TAN RARK. for which the CASH will
be aid. -Apply to M. FRAZIER.
a"14 . tf 12
Selng offat Cost for Opte
- Iontle Only.
- HE Public are now convinced generally,
T of the truth of the above, and that Cheap.
-as my Goods were before, COST is a different
thing, and never were Goods sold so low in this
District Ishlill-go North the end of this month.
and thennld prices will be resumed. My stock
is tiut little reduced by the purchases.made as
et. People are just beginning to find out that
anin earnest, and I trust none will lose this
opportu'nity of obtaining bargains. from the
best assorted stock in the country.
R. S. ROBERTS.
April 14 tf 12
Mousr PLEsASAMr, April 5,1847..
'..HE Upper Battalion of the Seventh Reg
- ident-will- appear at the Pine House,
on Saturday the 1st of Mf ay, armed and equip.
ed as the law directs, for Drill and Instruction.
The commissioned and non-comussioned offi
cers.the day previous,
The Lower Battalion will be and appear at
the Cherokee Ponds, on Saturday'the :8th of
May next, armed.and equipped as the law di
rects; for-rill and .Instruction. The commis
s-o'd and non-commissioned officers-the day
revious. 's _ , ..
ills is charged with the extension of
thi& order to his battalion.
- , .. By orderof
se ant. Cbl Com'dv. 7th Ret. S. C. M.
SJ F.. SAOURNEAdjutant.
S e a."Vr- ale.
- HE-Subscrir now iffcrs for sale the
it of Land on which be nowieides.
- - ek nine mi t of ge
?. .: itM onesntieqt D fieSj
,L5chae Wason, deceased, are' required-to
mhke immediate payment, and all the creditors
are~desired to.pigesent their deinands duily pro
ved, to the subscriber.
H. R: RAINES; Eeentor.
- april14 4t 12
N EW GOODS.
w~ 7j~HE Subscriber is now receiving a splen.
: - did StockoNEW G O O D S at the
-Drick Store formerly' occupied by Presley &
rBryan,-consisting of all kinds of
DRLY GOODS, GROCERIES, H ARD
WARE, CROCKERY, 3HOES,
- AND HATS,
to which he invites his friends and the public
ticall and ezaniine for themselves, before pur
N. Bi.'Goods very low for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
- .April6th 1847. . tf - 12
JNotice to Shikg le .)Iakers.
H EG Graniteville Manaufacturing Compa
*.ny, wish to purchase a MILLiON of
Shaingles, to be delivered and stacked at
Graniteville. For Shingles 18 inches long 4
-inches wide 5.8thick,of prime situff, well drawn,
they will give $3 25 per Lthouand ; for similar
*Shingles ? inch thick $2 35. If made on the
Companies land. a fair allowance will be re
-quired for the Timber.
- -- ,W M. GREGG,
Pres. G. M. Co.
S april7 - ~3m 12
'Sugar House MOLASSES,
New sOrleans do .
West India do
ses OF FEE; RICE, VINEGAR, &c.
For sale low, for cash, by.
- J. A. WILLIAMS.
vurh31- tf 10
.3-IFany doubt the wonderful powers of
?DR. CUL LE N'S INDIAN VE GET ABL E
PA NA CEA,'-aeinvite them to call upon Mr.
- west of Schuylkill. Sixth'street, below Locust.
adlearn from his own lips of ono of the most
astonishing cures- of Scrofula ever performed
on i human being-or call at the reidence of
his father, Eleventh and Vmne streets. Sold
jby - . JOS. T. ROWAND,
376 Market street, Philadelphia.
.r S. ROBERTS, Agent, Edgefield C. H.
april 21- 3t 13
-~ E.,.DR.W WORK.
- - VDR-M B. JOHNSON'S New
~ ork. "*The Gospel developed through
-- thvernment'ind Order of the Churches of
Jesus Christ." Price 50 cents.
' Frale by --R. S.ROBERTS.
- harch& -' . tf 9
I t.L DIES' QRESS CAPS.
KADlES' DRESS CAPS, also Mourning
JJCaps and C(OLARS a new article,
For sale byi JS ROB ETS.
tar~ch2 ,tf 9
BY virtue. ofsundry writs of-Fieri Fa
cias4L tydirset'ed.-Lwill priuegedtose~r t.
Edgefield CourrHouse,o the rt len
day and Tdesday in May:neat, the.fol
lowing property-to wit :
- -James E. Cobb ve..Elizabeth Carter,
the tract.of. land whereon the defendaini
lives, coutaining one:tbnaand acres.. more
or less; adjoining lands of John Marsh
John Wise, and others. -
iMatt Ardis, and others, severally, :vs.
Jobo Marsh, a tract of land, containing
six hundred acres, more'or less, adjoining
lands of John Wise, James*Poivell, and
.John 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 Centre street, and running back
one hundred and fifty feet.'
Also, one.other :house and lot, in : th
Town of Hamburg, known in he plan o
said--town as lot number one hundred
and thirty (130) fronting fifty feet on Cen
tre street, and running back one hundred
and fifty feet.. Terms of sale cash.
H. BOULWARE, S. E. D.
April 9 4t 12
George W. Jones and wife,
Nancy Jones, C
N OTICE-is hereby given, that by vir
tue of an order of Chancellor Dun
kin, I shall sell at Edgefield Court House
on the first Monday in May next,on a cre
dit until the first day of January next, with
interest from date, the three following.
Negroes, viz :-Eliza and her children
Purchaser to give" bond and good secu
rity. S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D.
Comm'rs. Otfce, April 14, 1847.
April 14 12
STATE OF SOUTIH CAROLINA
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
BY JOHN HILL, Esquire, Ordinary
of Edgefield'District :'
Whereas, W. A. harris, and Caroline
S. Jeter, hath applied to me for Letters of
Administration, on all and singular the
goods and chattels. rights and credits of
John S. -Jeter; late of-the ~Distict afore
These are, therefore; to'cite and admon
ish all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to he and, appear
before me, at our next" Ordinary's' Court
for the said District, to be holden at Edge
field Court' House, on the 4th day of May
net, to: show cause, if any, why the
said'administration should not be granted.
..~Gi'eniiderrmy hand and seal, this the
19th day 'of April 'in the'year'6f our
Lord- one thousand eight linred'and f6r
ty'seven, and in- the seventy'rst rear of
American Independence.) .
-r JOHN: HILL, o:.. D.
iApril 2l'' ;0 2: 33
HE nadersigned being desirou'ofcaing
the.tI fEd cfield, So: Ca.,.wellknowni
as the:PL TER.8I OTEL, with; allthe
Furniture and 'othernecessarya appepdages.
Efte'nsive additions 'have'receutly.been.' made
to the'iBotse, and furnishqlIthroughout,wiih
mkesit otne of thae miostesra6le'sinis foraen
Hotel, in the up country. Attached: t the
house,-are all the'nocessary outrbuildings, in
eluding a"Bar Room,a4nd Ten 'Pin Alley, tog
geher with fifteen (15) acres of lantd, mn the
highest state ofecultivation.. The, House is.
leasantly located on the south aide of the Ptb-,
li Square, convenient to 'the Court 'House
and the' husines's part of the village'
To an approvea purchaser, the terims will be
made easy and accommnodatinug.
For further particulare enquire on the prem
ises. -C. H. GOODMAN.
nmarch31 . tf 10
The Abbevalle Banner. Greenville' Moun
taineer, Hamburg Journal, and Augusta Can
utitutionalist, will please insert the above four
times, and forward their accounts to
C. H. G.
-NE W GOO D S,
T H E Subscriber is receiving and openIng
a complete assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND
H ARDWA RE, H ATS & SH OES,
which he will sell aS low as they can be bought
for Cas.. A. WILLIAMS.
.march 24 , f 9.
BLACK HAT CRAPE AND
A NEW and comnpletecsupply oi seasonable
including the above,
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS.
march 24 tf 9
LANDRETH'S FRE.SH GARDEN SEED8.
TWO papers for fifteen cents, warranted
Rgenine, also a CORN SH ELLER, a
capital M3achine, for sale b
'march . S. ROBERTS.
LACE & OPEN WVORK BONNETS.
L EGHORN Braid, straw and lace BON
NETS, for sale by
R. S. ROBERTS.
march 24 ti 9
PANAMA & LEGHORN HATS.
GENTLEMEN'S Panama and Leghorn,
H ATS, also Boy's and Children's Pal'
metto Hats, for sale by R .RBRS
'hna ch24if 9
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
BLOCKER, living sevea
B. 11miles from the C. House
on the Blocker road. Tolls before rre five as
tray Ye arlings, three Steers an.i two Heifeis,
marked with a swallow fork in 'the-left ear.
and over illpe in the' right ear, white and red
colored. NAppraised at $17.
F-b.1 C. MITCH ELL, Magistrate.
A LL Peirsons -irndebted 'to the Estate of
1.George Pope, deceased, are hereby noti
fied Ihat it is absolutely necessaryto collect all
the money due the Estate, and that those who
do not pay will be -sned before return day.
The Notes are ini the hands of N. L. Grifln or
J. W. Gibbs, Esqrn . O~~etr
Jan 3 . tf .~ 2
CHEESEI5AN'S ARABiAN BALSAM.
A SMALL supply of this glebratedarticle;
for sale by - . R.8RERTS.
march 24. 2 .
R ESPECTFT1J1 uy on 0
.their EXTENSit o t
Rich!Pars Bazes;;j )
PriitidJaonetiand-Ca m -
Rich Printed Lawns,:.
-Baraze Shawil.id antldbaa 7 ,
Silk 0 .
Drap deete, -
Lnen" CoatingtndDrI ;" ,
Among which are ;Ltdi. tlemer
and Crockery Wae, Groce pre, D
and Linseed Oils, Saddlery er,
School Boo St
G. & S. have also the'A e oithsal
Carolina- MauiufactorianComn '
All the above Giro'; w " thear tl
liberal terms to'pubctual cUd hranlkf
March 17 'e 1
THE undersigened have frdpart
.nership, under the: naei LYON
rCo., for the purpose oftasrfiy te
Merchant Tailoring iiess
cad will.keep at the anie pla fo b'AscU
pied by John Lyon." I
-A. UANDSOMEI AssoRT3aNT --
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES,V INGS,
Ind fancy articles,'will'avl ay- eton hnd,
which will be sold onreasonableiterms.
:JOH NLGLYQ ,.,
January 1,: 1847.
We also would infirielo jhlie %' f. are
receiving froi Niw Ydork an d'1 eIstn'a
splendid assoftrment'of Goods'miiae fpr Gen
lemen's wear. cosistinginspaiit
Sup. black French'CLOTHft A -!:
Do. blue 'do. :::do."
Do. brown do. do.i -
Do. black do. Doe.skin CA sfIMERES'
Do. do. fancy do. "do
Do, fancy-check'sainmer C A tlirge
A splendid assortment of3VFS' 5,
A fine lot'of.white kid Gloves,6
Black satin and fancy Cravai'and e
Suspenders,'silk adder Shires'dk era,".
Cotton and wooleiiD w era t'
Also, a vaibityof'G00d3belong I a trade.
miach as MILITARY TEIMM all
)fvhich will be sold and mad that
will please any that m 'favor their
arch 15,1847.:'' "r'~A
The subscriberreturn lii side thanks to
the citizens of the Districilt t an
ne in which they: have snpo~ istn ii his
business, and hopes by' strict' it Lin, that
he public may find it to their adiva .e to con=
inae their patronage. JO ON.
TATE OFSOUTAiCA LINA.
IN- THE COMMON.r
William-T TE~muhI~r iidser arationi
ii" John Switnssn. _, cna
The Same, , ,":, ml
+s.: aDelaratison S ac t e
H -E:Plaintiff p
Ltt'his'dayfiled hisrD'ifa 'q f
caidthe-Def dto li r N
fthe said. taliiwhoreia dac
rations withiril , .lreomfean he
(ryed,.odimot bnj of: aistiffs At.
oney, it is, ordeed that ta "Defiaat
ippear and plead tcotliesaid lQeplurations'.within
myar ,ande a dlay,"'frorn the JEte~fierest3 or
udgment will be awarded againgt him byde
anlt. .T. G. BACON-C. 'E. D.
'Clerk's Office, A pril 20, 18463y 13',
S ATE OF' SOUTH .OCROLINA.
'EDG EFIELED LDI STBIC T.
iN TH& COMMONrtirEAr.
illiamson Dalton, ) -Declaration.
.vs. - > For'eign" Attachmenat.
innuel Bateman, *' *"
PHE Plaintiff lin the abovs"'case;' having
J.this day filed his Declation in myof
ae, and the Defendant liavib'neither wife
or attorney, known'to reidd'witirr the limits
if this State, oin whiomi:Teopy of said Declara
ion, with a rule to plead, carr be servod. On
notion of Mr. Yancey, Plaintiff's'httorney, or
ered, th'at the said Defendantappear and plead
o the said Declaration, within -a ydar -and n
lay from the date hereof,9'&jddgment will be
twarded against hiim biy defaukt.'
THIO. G,'BACON, Clerk.
Cerk's Office, Edgefield Ca HJ24th Sep. 1846.
septemer 30 . ' y ;6
IN T HE CO\MM PL EAS.
. C. Condict & Co.
s . eienir 6 s.in Mtah'nt.
TH E Plaintifis in the above stated case
Lhavir.g this day filed his declaration
in my office, on motion'of H. R. Spann,
sq.,. it is . Ordered, Phat the' said De.
endant do' appear and" plead' to the
maid -.declaration, witbiin .a year and 'a
av from the date .heregf, or in default
hereof final and absolute judgment will
warded aguinst him. <" u
T HOS. G.-BACON, c. c.c. r.
Clerk's OfficeApri 1:, 1846. 12 ly
ISO UT H. CA ROL INA.
iN THE.C0%MObV PLE AS.
vs. - ~ . 3'in~
liver Sinmpson,' Adavjent.
T HE Pliiiiff an d~eabove case.'hiving
Fhis day filed his 'Dedlaration in my' Of
ty, Ordered.' That theDefendant appeair and
lead to the said Declara" , within a year
nd a day fromt the date'hbreof, /Or judlgmen
will boentered again awbtdefaukt.
...TMOS.G bCON, ckrkc.
Clerk's Office, FoEld~ VH.
June17 ay-,.. -j y "21
TAT E OF SOUTIkCAMOUIA.
!~OLLES bfqrer " he;27th of Febrni
.ary..,by/'Jmes g.zIanrison, living-a1
font Vernon Cam'p disnd on the Long
tane road, three aniea "t of Kisksey's M4
oads, a dark bay FU- o0flialdthr.
een hadsu~h h .n' ' gliseen;-Apprass.
* IA~MON, 31. E. D.
march 2(> -" lannm - 9
ARLI!A ROOT ~ &F ER SEEDS.
OR' SAL~ ouE t pyeel. and Flow'
' er Seeds at 6 a pot. .
Luce "Ae Eir. oj n
- ~ .
S L IV AN,
theircustomers and the public generally, to
,west and most fashionable styles,
ild ArTICLES ARE
English and Scotch. Ginghaias.
Black and colored figured Silks,
Bombazines and Alpaceas,
English and American Prints,
Lace and Muslin Collars,
Black and white figured Laces,
and Fugaes, for Trimming.
nen's Wear, "
'(Silk aid Mersailles Vesting;
- Monterey Checks,
Striped and Plaid Cotton Goods,
isORTMrENT , OF
sees, Boots, Shoes,
s Gaiters, Hardware, Cutlery, Glass, China,
rugs and Medicines, White Lead in Oil, Lamp,
ationary, &c. &c. &e.
enf NAILS and CASTINGS, from the South
ides too numerous to mention, will be sold upon
it for past favors a continhance is solicited.
Orders No. 2.
LIMEsTONE SPitisos. March 15.
HE following Regiments will parade for
T Review and Drill at the times herein sta
The 13th Regiment of Infantry and Upper
Squadron of the 4th Regiment of Cavalry,
(the Charleston Light Dragoons excepted,) at
Walterboro', on Wednesday the 12th of May
The 12th Regiment of Infantry and the low.
ur Squadron of the 4th Regiment of Cavalry,
near Coosawhatchaie, on Saturday, the 15th of
The 43d Regiment of Infantry, at Bean
ford's Bridge, on Tuesday the 18th of May
The 11th Regiment of Infantry, at Ashley's,
on Thursday, the 20th May next.
The'3d Regiment of Cavalry, at Iolman's,
on Saturday, 22d of May next.
. The 14th Regiment of Infantry, at Orange
burg on Tuesday, the 25th of M ay next.
The 15th Regiment of Infantry, at William
on's, on Friday, the 28th of May next.
Tbe commissioned and non-commissioned
officers will assemble at their respective Regi
mental Parade Grounds on the day previous to
Review, for Drill and Instruction.
The Major General will,. with his staff, at
tend the Reviews, and the commanding officers
of Brigades will, with their staff, attend in their
LGen. Quattlebum and Col. Felder are charg
ed with the extension of this order to their Bri.
gades. - -
By. order of the Commander-in-chief.
J. " W. CANTEY, Adjt. or Ins. Genl.
march 3L 9.' 9 :10
T:T EE PULIC.
^TH E undersigned would
respectfully announce .to
Travellers'add persons vis=
s1 d it Heui'btir that behas
Whcpose to keep as such a hase
sHIaid bs kep ,'an will only promise to all who
favor him withi trcall, thatthe .will do all in his
power to pleade~;~and where as niuch comforL
and gidect may be expected as can be found in
any Public House. -
-. 'careful and attentive Ilostler wvill be kept
constantly in the Stable, and H orses shall be
attendedto in a'way that shall give entire salis
*A liberallpatronage is respectfnlly solicited.
Hamburg. March 8-10 tf 7
THE FAMOUS JACK
WU~ILL st and the ensuing Spring Season,at
Vthae following times and places, to-wvit:
at Daniel Quattlebum's in Lexington district,
on the first anad second days in March a ext; at
John Lee's, in Lexington District, on the fourth
and fifth of March next ; at James W~atson's,
in Edgefield District, on the seventh and eighth
of March next, and then will be at the said
stands on every ninth day until thie tenth of
June the reafler ; and will be let to Mates at
the moderate price of $4 for a single visit, $6
for the season, and $8 to insure a Mare to be
No accountabili:y for accidents or escapes,
but every care will be taken to avoid such.
Any person putting a Marebyinsurance and
chaning the right of the Mare before it is as
certained whether she is in foal or not, wilhtbe
held responsible for the insurance of the Mare.
Pedtgrer.-OboDEDolN was, bred by Mr.
Dearing, of Charleston, on his plantation in
North Alabama, was sired by an imported Mal
tees Jack, and out of an imported Italian
Jinney. Both the sire and demn was imported
by Mr. Dearing.
ONDER DONK is six years old this Spring,
tour feet six inches high, lengthy and heavily
built, with as fine 'bone and muscle as any
Jack in the State, and is like his namesake,
a very suare foul getter.
February 3 3m 2
S'IATE OF SOUTH CAROLtNA.
-iN E QUIT Y.
George Parrott, )Bill for Foreclo
& thrs>sure ofMrt
James E. Walker, & tes) gage, &c.
IT appearng to my satisfacton, that James
E . Walker, Joseph J. Walker, Alexander
F. Walker, John M. Walker, Moses Walker,
James C..Walker, Samuel P. McNairy and
Elizabeth C. his wife, Sarah Ann Walker and
Mary.D. Walker, defendants i the case, are
without the limits ofthis State; Ordered, that
the defendants above namied, do appear ini this
honorable Court, and plead, answer or demur
to the said Bill, within three months from the
publiation of this order, or the said bill will be
'taken pro conresso against them.
5. 8. TOMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Commissioner's Office, March 5, 1847.
march 10 '3m 7
00'00'H ACHE CURED.-'
Mr. JosEPu RowuDn, 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 inadaced to'try the effect of your 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, 1840.
. Apri14. tf 12
Tax Collector Is Notice,
. No. 2,
WILL attend at the times and places here
- inafier specified, to collect the General,
Poor and Road Tax, for the year 1846.
On Monday, 22nd March, at Shep)ard's,
STuesday, 23rd " " Danton's,
Wednesday, 24th " " Liberty Hill,
Thursday, 25th " " Freeland-s,
Friday, 26th " " Paiks',
Saturday, 27th " " Red Hill,
Monday, 29th " " Collier's,
Tuesday, 30th " ghtman's
" Wednesday, 21st " - Geiger's,
Thursday, 1st April, " Hamburg,
Friday, 2nd " " Beach island,
Saturday 3rd " " Powel's,
Monday, 5th " " E.Ct.House,
Tuesday, 6th " " Pine House,
Wednesday, 7th " Randall's,
Thursday, 8th " " Kreps,'
Friday, 9th " " Ridge,
J . K. John
Saturday, 10th " son's,
Monday, 12th " " Smyly's,
Tuesday, 13th " Allen's,
Wednesday, 14th " " Mt.Willing,
Thursday, 15th " " Norris',
Friday, 16th " " Rinehart's,
Saturday, 17th " " Perry's x rs.
Monday, 19th " " Rich'dson's
Tuesday, 20th Col.Towles'
Wednesday, 21st Do. do.
Thursday, 22nd " Moore's,
Friday, 23rd " " Shaterfield,
Saturday, 24th " " Dorn's,
Monday and Tuesday the 3rd and 4th days
of May, at Edgefield Court House, after which,
my books will close for the present year.
J. QUATTLEBUM, T. C. .E. D.
march 10 4t 7
M R. ROFF, who held conditionally an in
terest in the right of Edgefield District,
to Hotchkiss' Reaction Mill Wheels, (Patent)
has never complied with said condition, there
fore he holds no interest, and has no right te
sell or ma e any contract for said Wheels.
We, the undersigned are the owners, of said
right, and a iigbt purchased from any other,
unless our agent, will not be good.
Mr. J. T. WEBnER, we aulliorise, with full
power to act as our agent.
COTHRAN & MOORE.
March 1, 1847. - _tf 6
Dr. Brandreth's PFils!
CLEASE AND PURIFY THE BODY.
T HE application of the principle of Pnr
gation being allowed to be one of the
greatest utility in the cure and prevention of
diseases, it'is of the greatest consequence to
ascertain what medicine is capable of produ
cing the desired effect, in the easiest, and at
the same time, in the most effectual manner.
BRANDRETHS VEGETVBLE UNIVERSAL PILLs
remove all noxious accumulations, and purify
and invigorate the blood, and their good effects
are not counterbalanced by any inconvenience.
being composed entirely of vegetables they do
not expose those who use them to danger ; and
their effiects are as certain as they are salutary;
they are daily and safely. administered to in
fancy, yiath, manhood and old age, and to
women'in the most critical and. delicate. cir
cumstances- They do not disturb'oishock the.
animal functions, but restore their ordinary and
Dr. Brandreth's Principal Office 241 Broad.
way N. Y.; other offices i Newr.York;'
. TYThe- genuine - only for sale in Edgefield
District by R. S. ROBERTS,- Edgefield Cour
House, Kasrarci & :TBAyv,.L.Hambg,and.
SUYiLa's' Store, Meeting street..
Every Agent baving .the ..gennjsne has acer
tiliafiobf-Agency,signedt~ hPoet iin
7jE HIS excellent and' inflalliblegpiepration'
of is recommended to the public:s. ~le'lt
ofWorms and fetid breath,. swvelled' stomach,
very littieg or'too great appetite, ,nausoa..iead
achie affection of the-brain, vomiting, tickling
and irritation about the nose, disturbed sleep,
fits and convulsive twitchings, slimy and disor
dered state of the bowels and fever. Parents
would do well to bear in mind, that the remedy
can be had' for these dangerous complaints,
when proceeding from Worma, for 12 cents
only..R. S. ROBERTS.
mnarch 31 - tf 10
LONDON REGENERATIVE CREAM.
FI~ ORgada darkening the Hair, and
keigit from lallinig off or turning
grey. It strengthens weak Hair, and by its
constant appnlication produces a beautiful gloss
without the' use of oil heing apparent. It is
one of the best curling finids in existence. Price
50 cents a bottle. R. S. ROBERTS.
march 26 tf 10
PU-rNAM. Ohio, May 18, 1841.
Dr. D. Jayne,-Dear Sir.-Doctor Helmneck
has uised some eight or tsn bottlesa of your Ex
PEcTORANT, and has found decided benefit.
His health is he'ter than for several years past.
and his appes usmce indic~ates decided improve
met in health. His confidence in your med
icine has induced him to recomimend it to his
friends, and we- are informed that many of
them have been cured, and others greatly re
lieved.' Po-rra & GRtAHAM.
-WasrEarowN, N. Y., Oct. 20. 1841.
Dr. D. Jayne-Dear Sir.-Your Hair Tonic
is an excellent article. ~Many respectable per
ros also offer their certificates in favor of your
Expectorant. 1 believe your medicines are the
best preparations that have ever been offered
to the public, for the t elief of the afflicted, and
for the cure of the diseases for which they were
Your Expedtorant I think will soon be ex
clusively popular. Yours, &c.
R. S. ROBERTS is Dr. D. Jayne's only
Agent at Edgefield C. H.
ap irl 14 3t 12
A NOTHER CASE OF NEURALGIA
CUarD sv RowANDo's MAclc LOTION! !!!
Mr. 3. T. Rowand.-Sir-.Several wceks
since, a daughter of mine about nine years
old, was attaeked wvith the most excrtntiating
pains in her hands, limbs and various parts ol
the body. For several days she was almost
frantic from pain, uttering cries and shrieks
cotinually ! .A burning 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
was entirely removed ! A few hours after,
the pains returned in some measure, but yiel-a
ded as at first, almost instantly to the Lotio'n,.
and contrary to my expectations, my child re
recovered and is nowv in good health.
Yours, truly, MA RY YOUNG.
Mariot's Lane, below Quneen, between Fifth
and Sixth. Philadelphia, March 26. 1848..
Sold wholesale and retail by
* JOSEPH T. ROWLAND,
No. 376 M arket street, Philadelphia.
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS, Edgefield
Court House, S. C.,
april 7 3t 1'2
TABLE~5TLT [N BOXES.
A T the old price of 124 cents a-Box,
for sale by R.8. ROBE RTSr
produced by lpcal irritation, costive
tive stimulants, undue deteimiiitip
to the hemorrhoidal vessels bye iv
or walking, or a congestive it
and peculiarity of the dolstitntoni
. It is usually considered tuadrN
or varieties. as- followirseljnBI
Pales, and'Bleeding Piles.
This disease is so common; r
known, tliat a descripbtion Vs'
The success that has fol edila
Embrocation in 'the -cure af hiise
been tiuly astonishing. Pbysteias:
vise their patients to tr it. as tik ol
In addition so its being apohitve
tire Piles, it never fails to cuitbgtN
RABLE ITCHING, which isso
and has its location in thrsawepats,
Piles, _ .
Read 'the following, drom the edi
lumps of Alexander's Weeklf'M'e
Found at last-A carefos. dieP?
clans and Chemists haveongb -
disci'ver a medicine that wonld citre
most troublesome diseas~esthe EP1i
has at last been the result.
PILE EMBROCATION ,ot.ai '
bleeding, allays pain and a int
that intolerable itching, butiefectis
like a charm, and in a very sliortiim
whose lives have been rendered mie
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS
Edgefield Court House;South' Carofl
march 10 -:.*:J'
IAF RhSS ."
OR the cure'of DEAFNESS
the discharges of matter fre --
Also, all those disagreeablenoaisew
buzzing of insects, falling ofwcer t
steam, &c., &c., which are symptoiti
proachiog Deafness, and -also geneirar.
ant with the disease. Many rersons
been deaf for ten, fiteen and tweet
were obliged to ,use ear trump a
u.,ing one or .two bottles' o ts
thrown aside their trumpets;bei
The application of the' Oil produces
but on the contraryan agreab1an
sensation The recipe for this
been obtained fion an Auri -~
tion; who his fouii;' fra
that deifnis n'nia B
was'produoei eithier from wa -
the nerves ofhearingijoiTheuj
his object,. therefore, -was to4nd-o
that would creatilk h It ca.di rat
parts. After a.lon strle of 4
ef'orts were atiast baroeid
'the discoyeg e ti6
POUNJ) ACOUSB CO!
wonds~ ailt: ?ts t
Woiit li~edrlt' s
bepublse. ; ~
I ..isonly necessary btosia
ias bpet recomn~ii ed id - --e
thie best physic'insiand ~djie.
and in this country . -d. "~
,For sale by R. S.RGBERTS~~f
field Courthose; oitlCafrdiza
march 10 -'
ANo SPENCER's PILL. AND Rzs~o~ag'k.,,,~a
Kershawo District S. C., June I
In January, 1844, from wet i
took a severe cold, which' resalteditv~i~,> ~
''ever, acconipanied with a eeed
painful headache. These continued t~ei4
in severity for about two we' saoii
that moy friends conisidered inia t 1
belheved I was in a very'ciici- id
state. At the end of this timeeat1 ud ro.'
cured two Boxes of "Spencer's PillijfiW
first da of their use. I began toepr
lief, and before I lied taken one bz
was gone; Cough had ceas~4 d
entirely cured. I was soon -
I then said and still believe,thatb -e~
of Godl, they were the meanse of uaiiuwj
In looking over the 'directions e
saw they were. recommendeo.
Dysuepsia, with which niy elet g ijj
beeii afflicted for a long time.-Ireome
her to male trial~of them;-and sheid~ji
by a continued use of the Pills abadnet
fectly and I thmink permanentlv curede
For sale by J. D. TIBETT
March 31 10' 1:ai ' Edgte
CROP OF 18462. -
R~ E811 and Genuine GARD
direct from Mr. Land-ethi's
th otapproved kmndu'f SEEDS,~
by R. S.RB
A LLperonshaving demand
eA at of David aichi~~r
ed to present theum imnmediatoJj
tesed, and all debtorg of theest~e
to make prompt paymena's
estate age abent to becosd~
JAS- MRIN K
JAS. S. G~J
LLPerss hj ~
ed toupresetanthide i
mndetel ae re