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e friends of' Major ABRAttAM
0NES, announce him as ~ :catidittate for
a t Coil the vacancy occa
adail"f inesS.' Pope
O The friends of JAMES SPANN,Esgr.
respectfully announce him as a candidate for,
the office of Tax-Collector, atthe ensuing-elec'
tion., :. e.- iapril14 i
113?The friends of, WESLEY BODIE, an
pounce him- aacandidaes for the. office of
4heiW at tbe'etiauing~elUCt On. "-.
's~february.2#f ., ' :. t
T7' 'he followtnggentlemen are announced
-b ibeir.friends as candidates for the Office of
Tax Collector, at the ensuing election :
so. JOHN QUATTLEBUM,
GEORGE J. SHEPPARD,
SAMPSON B, MAYS,
Lieut.JAMES B. HARRIS,
Maj. S. C. SCOTT,
Naj. MARSHALL R. SMITH,
L VI R. WILSON.
:7 The following gendeneirare announced
by their friends as candidates for the office of
Ordinary, at the ensuing election.
Col. JOHN HILL,
* ' UL1US BANKS,
Capt. W. L. COLEMAN.
OF 3'LOTS ON SBULTZ'S HILL,
"NEAR HAMBURG, S. C.
N MONDAY the 10th day of May next.
O will be offered for sale to the highest bid
'.:l 3f LOTSr
en Shultz's Hill, as laid out by him, each let
containing one acre and moe, a plat of which
will be exhibited on the day of sale, and each
lot will also be plainly marked and staked of,
the whole is vacant with the exception of one.
This property is intended as a settlement for
private residences, and a summer retreat for
the inhabitants of the Town, Mechanics, &c.
The distance is about half a mile, a moderate
walk, morning and evening, the water in all
the neighboring wells is good, and cool and the
soil is called pretty good for pine land, and as
to health, I will only say, that I have been liv
ing on this hill, winter and summer, since the
second day of July, 1821, the day on which the
foundation of Hamburg was laid, and it might
be supposed that I would not live in a grave
yard. By a. survey this hill is one hundred
feet higher, than either Hamburg or Augusta,
and as for title to the property, the Bank of the
State of South Carolina, is to receive the mo
ney and make title to a portion, and individuals
of good standing, will make title for the balance
inker .manner. -I' will further:remark, that
many of those lots are thickly filled with young
growth, such as black jack, oak. and hickory,
and may be turned into handsome. groves at
once by dressing them, and all the lots are
either fronting a large stream, or the main
public roads to Charleston, Columbia, Edge
field, or Abbeville, in short there is nofinesse
- about it, it toiU become a pleasant selement.
, The sale is for'cash. and will commence at 11
o'clock on that day,'near my residence.
Hamburg, S. C. April 24, 1847.
a: pril28 r " rT St, 2 14
'' 1 'ifew Sprbs#g ,aild Summer
HE Subscriber is' now- receiving- from
'1 ew York, his supply of
SSPRING AND SUMMER
.i ebiskia the:1argest and .most desirable stock
y 'e e i dtin sity dug of a
1 ey r ae o .o a fash
Lades am eneemtyels O 1eari
which have b en4d tedh' eason.
ca1 n eW1 elis ee
-whiclrerdery rich and beautiful.;
People froth the couiatry?' visiting 'the city,
- wGould -do well :o'call and'examine his cet
sive assortment before purchasing, as-he is de
- teriiiined in sell on'the lowest terms, for Cash.
or to poetaawl Customers.
- -WMt. Hi CRANE,
-Broad istreet, nast door West of the
- - Rail Road Buildings.
Adgusta, Geo., Apuil, 1847.
atnI2I -4t 13
-Tan Bark Wanted.
THe Subs riber wishes to purchase be
tween Filly and One Hundred Cords of
good TAN BARK, for which tho Casts will
be paid. Apply to *M. FRAZIER.
april 14 tf 12
ASM A LL supply of this celebrated article,
for sale by R. S. ROBER TS.
march 24 -If -9
* State of- South Car'olina.
- EDGE PIELD DISTRICT..
John Rochsell, i Q lY
James Tomnpkins, Ea'or. and others.
George Holloway, & wife, & others,
John Rochiell, and others.
uN pursuance of the orders of the Court of
B.Equity, it ia, Ordered, That the parties in
these cases appear in my office, o:t reference,on
Tuesday the first day of June next, 'and that
all the creditors of MIrs. Elizabeth Roebell, de
ee~ased, do present their demands, on that day,
with the necessary proof. fixing the liability of
her estate, according to the Decrees of the
Court of Equity in the above stated cases.
S. S. TOM PKINS, C. E. E. D.
Comrn'rs. Office, April21, 1847.
leggng eWast Cost for One
T'HE Public are now convinced generally,
...of the trutha of the above, and that Cheap
a my Goods were before, COST is a different
thing, and never were Goods sold so low in this
Disktr'ichallgo North the end of this month.
and'thntilajprices will he resumned. My stock
is but little r'educed bythe purchases made as
yet. People are just beinning to find out that
Ilam in euirnestE and I trut none will lose this
opportunity'of obtaining bargains from the
-. best aorted stock in the country.
*A ril 1 4 - tf 12
- piErsons having demands-agaiiistthe
C eseae of avidLichardson, areijequst
tewed, and all debtors of the estate, are required
to m'ake prompt payment, as the affairs of the
estate-are about to he closed.
~ AB-. MI. RICHARDSON,
4~JAS, S, GUIGNARD,
- 1' .; ' . Esy t08
- L&E&OPEN.WORK BONNETS.
~t rawand ace DON
I rc19 Si ROBERTS.
8 declined~thesidea of-removimg-froai
Hamburg, and.availshimsefo bthi.me
thod to correct that impression'
IHe-will continue to' devote his attention to
the best interest of his patronu,:and solicits a
continuance of theirfavors...
2 Hamburg S. C., 17th April,1847.; . --
april2,. 4t. 13
Bargains! Bargains !!
Selling of at Cost.
INSERTION and Scollop Trimmings3yds.
for 25 cents,
Openwork Bonnets, worth $6, for $3 50,
Common Straw Bonnsts, 25 toT>2 cents,
Needles and Pine, at 5 cents a paper, beat
rocry ad Hardware, with Drys
and a well assorted stock of .Fancy Goods
and Perfumery; will be sold at Cost, for
one month from-the 1st of April.
Come in time to get Bargains.
R. S. ROBERTS.
april21 . . tf 13
T HE undersigned have formed a co-part
nership under the name of Js Lyon
& Co., for the purpose of carrying on the
Mlerchant Tailoring Business,
and will keep at the same place formerly occu
pied by John Lyon. "
A EANDsoKrW AssORTMENT of
CLOTHS, (CASSIMERES, VESTINGS,
and fancy articler, will always be kept on hand,
which will be sold on reasonable terms. I
January 1, 1847.
We also wonld inform the publie. 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 CLOTN,
Do. blue do. do.
Do. brown do. do.
Do. black do. Doe skin.CASSIMERES'
Do. do. fancy do. do.
Do, fancy check summer COATS, 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,
such as MILITARY TRIMMINGS, &c., all
of which will be sold and made up,in astyle 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 supported him in his
business, and hopes by strict attention,'that
the public may findit to their advantage to con
tinue their patronage. JOHN LYON.
;' NE7 G OfDS,
T HE Subscriber is receiving and opening
a complete assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES.AND
HARDWARE, HATS & SHOES,
which he will sell as low as they can be bonght
forCas. ' A. WILLIAMS.
march 24 tF 9
-NEW GOODS. -1=
HESubacriber i&nowareeeiving'a *41i..
did-Stock-of N E WG O O D S at- the
Brick Store formerly occupied by Presley &
Br sn;.consisting-of-all kinds of)a ;
WAREJ "GpCKE:RY gHOES,
AND HATS, -
to lliich, he invites his friends, and the public
to call and examine for' themselves, before pur
N. B3. Goode ery ow'for Cash.
Apri 6th1847 B.:C. BRYAN.
apilt 147tf 12
B ROWN SUGAR,
Clarified -do . -
Sngar House MOLASSES,
New Orleans do
West India do
COFLFEE, RICE, VINEGAR, &c.
For sale low, for camb, by
J. A. WILLIAMS.
march 31 tf 10
Nolitce to hisng le .PIakers.
T HE Graniteville -Maniufacturing Compa
ny, wish to purchase a MiLLION of
Singles, to be delivered and stacked at
Graniteville. For Shingles.18 inches long 4
inches wide 5-8thick~or prime stnff, well drawn,
they will give $3 25 per thousand; for similar
Shingles 4 inch thick $'9 35. If made on the
Companies land, a fair allowance will he re
quied for the Timber.
Pres. G. M. Co.
Valuable Lands for Sale.
T H E Subscriber now offers for sale the
tract of L~and on which he now resides,
lyig o Lo Creknine miles west of Edge
fied CurtHouecontaining nine hundred
and nine acies,of which there is about five hun.]
dreds acres of woodland. On the premises is
a large and comfortable Dwelling House, and
all other necessary out buildings. The planta
tion is in good repair. Those wishing to pur
chase can call and examine for themselves.
3. F. BURNS.
. Moux-r P-EASAN-r, April 5, 1847.
T3 H E Upper Battalion of the Seventh Reg- I
3.iment will .appear at the Pioe House, I
on Saturday the 1st of May, armed and equip.
ed as the law directs, for Drill and instruction.
The commissioned and non-commissioned 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
recta, for Drill and Instruction. The comnmis
sioned and non-commissioned officers the da-y
Major Mills is charged withi the extension ofc
this order to his battahion.
*By order of
Co. SAM'L. POSEY,
SLient Cl Com'de.7th Regt. S. C. M.
.J. OSURNE Adtjusant.
3ADIEB! DRESS.CAPS, also Mourning
.E.Cap asnd C.0LLARS, a new article,
For sale by. ; .R.SROBETS.
march 24w. '. =y I- f'. 9
LANRETH'S FRESH GARIE EDS
T WO papers for ffteen equts,'.warranted
capital Machine, for sale by
nar h96 t #
Mus B&celledtc iAVID JflVO. Gover.
or aid Commandar. a nd OUth
State of South Csaa ' +
W HEREAS'it isjcUOW thisthe Army of
. the United 8 t'a''der lbe command
if-Major: General Z.: Tayl84id on the 23d
if February nowlast'P e:a OVista, in
HIeiico, obtain a'signs sad dcided victory
iver the.. Mexican-Aun y; ;4astlyc numer
cal force, undergener Anna, and that
heCity of Veia CIinzaiid .Castle oC San
fman de Ulloa irecot " o th' 29th of
(arch'last.~to'surder. s erior cour
ige and skill of the Milita *h Naval Forces
if the United Stati siomand of
llajor General Winfielt .the-Corman
ler-in. Chief, m which ieer Regiment
>f this StIte conspieno ' ici ated..;::
*Now, thereforeI D- HNSON, Go
'ernor and Coummande efinand -over
he State of South'Va isne "this my
Proclaniation, calling ' questing the
rood people of this8 s ' .eligions de
sominations, to set'a 'h rieTHURS
DAY, the- 6th day:of n a day of
.'anksgivir.g and Ptayer .mighty.God.
n humble gratitude fortlh eignaltrfumphs
,f our arms, and for'3I i ovidence in
be pireservation 6f oatTillo iizeis, aid the
iport of our nati'onalthi' - to implore the
otinuance of tieie,; Yd TreaF pablic
essings, which BHehais ovntibsaFed to
is; and to beseech .Him to ' a.happy issue
if,tbese favorabte eir uat'' inan egmita
ile and honorable peaces -
Given under my hand, ai great seal of
the State, at tha-Lim n Springs, the
12th of Apnl, 1847
B. K. Hgxaaiv, Sccrit 5tsitet
apriL28 1 K 2V 14
BEAD QUA1 WRS,
ENERAL ORDER. ' '
THE Offimers connraidl : the Citadel
A in-Charleston, aii nWat ~olum
la,: will, at sd-uripe on the atg of Thurs
lay, the'6th day of May a ise to be ired
Federal Salute of thartya ns,in honor
f the Signal Victory obita * je aurmy of
lhe United States under man'd'of Major
General Z. Taylor, ove e'an, army
aidei-the'command of.Ge o " Anna. at
Buena Vista, and-of ti'-' f he~Ci tyof
Vera Cruz and Castle- o~ nan deUlloa,
)ythe land-and naval foe did the com
nand ofMajor Geal. Wii' do the Com
Officers commandinon A pamtes
will conformto this order in practical
By ordeof-th om ief,
april 26 c? ..-." .14J4
Oders'iT'o 2. 7"-i15.
THE foloving ReghdNfil19'aads'for
A Review and Dril fl imes hierein eta.
ed; viz:- -
The 13th Regime~nt'of ~t~and Upper
qidroui'of the 4th~ Reg nt of Cavnlry,
~the Charleston Light'Du e~xcepted,) at
Whetrboro'i on Wedne'~ th'2th of May
The 12th Re 'inienofiift :el id the low
ir Squadron ofthe'4th"Regi feat "of Cavalry,
ear Coosawhatcie, on 8Saturdayfthe' 5th of
The 43d Regimeint i1 ofaiiry, at 'Bean
ord's Bridge, on Tae h i.18th of May
The 11th Regiment'o(J6fanfry,.at Ashley's,
>n Thursday, the 20th Wi hxt.
The 3d Regiment of C'aulrj'i t Holman's,
in Saturda~y, 22d off Ma U -
The 14th Regimed ~ffadi "ptOrange
burg on Theiday.the 25io Miy next.
'The 15th Regimnted ftantiyg at William'
on's, on Fiday.ithe 28t May next.
The cotmmissioedd ~ad:on.eodnmissioned
>ncers will assembie-a .dt setive Regi
nental Pltrade Groundiii~.dayprevious to
Review, for Drill and Ir 'i6n:zy
The MajoyGen~ral w-letith'his staff, at
tend the Reviewvs, and theecommanding officers
if Brigades will, wjthitliiitaffgattend in their
respective commnands .~
Gen. Quattlebum and Cdl. Felder are charg
d with the extension'oftlei order to their Bri
ades. - ''i'13
By order of the Coaiiifander-in-chief.
J. W:C ANT EYpijtt Ins. GenI.
march 31- "M me-n; 9t 10
STATE OF:SOUTEH CAROLINA.
-EDGE FIELED .D1ST RICT.
[N TH E COURT SOF ORDINA RY.
BY JOHN HILL sq. Ordinary of
~Whereas .A.e ughath applied to
ne for Lettors-of Aa~nstration,, on all
ad singular the go6 n~d chattels, rights
md credits of Robtg ~tsan, -late of the
District aforesaid, de qsed.
These erIt'sef e'ite end admon
sh alr'diidgulr.iekmdred and cred-.
trs of the sid'dec i,*6'be aad appear
ofore' me, 's our *mj rdinary's Court
br the saidhistriet t; bolden af Edge
aid Court, .Hou's'q .the. I~th day. of
day next, to ;shiow)use, if any, why
e said adisidisratia-should not be
rented. - ___
Given u nder '" hia&md ieala this thes
~4h da o h itl.year of our
rdoetoua ' bundred and
rty-seven, endain tat year of Amner
an -Independnc ''
JOBN'HILL,0. E D.
SAl28 ' 3 'i2t 4
beGovertst 1szdutlfthe:Churches ot'
esa 'hrist." ri pn . BRS
mfarc R~~' v9~ TS
cAaj iiquired to
asks inmedltk ui reditors
re desire~t ~ raafe duly pro
ed, to tlf
OOEESPECTFIULLY invite tile attention of
their EXTENSIVE Stock of::
SPRJIG and S E
Comprising an assortment of the a
- AMONG TBE LEAII
Rich Paris Barazes,
- Printed Jaconets and Cambrics,
-i Rich Printed.Lawns,
Baraze Shawls and Mantles,
Silk do. do, -
Fancy Silk Buttons. Gimps
Drap de ete,
Linen Coating and Drilling,
A GENERAL At
Hats, Caps, 1on
Among which are Ladies and Gentlemen
and Crockery Wase, Groceries, Tin Ware, Dr
and Linseed Oils, Saddlery, Trunks, Leather,
" School -Books and StI
G. & S. ;ave also the Agency for the salt
Carolina Manufactoring Company.
All the above Goods, with many other arti
liberal terms to punctual customers. Thankfu
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE undersigned would
respectfully announce to
* 3 Travellers and persons vis
iting Hamburg. that he has
taken for a term of years.
the Hotel, long known as
Which it is-his purpose to keep as such a house
shoul be kept, and will only promise to all who
favor him with a call, that he will do all in his
power to please; and where as much comfort
and may be expected as can be found in
any lblic House.
Trcareful and attentive Hostler will be kept
constantly iti the Stable, and Horsch shall be
attended to in a way that shall give entire satis
A liberal patronage is respectfully solicited.
Hamburg, March 8-10 tf 7
THE FAMOUS JACK
W ILL stand the ensuing Spring Season,at
the following times and places, to-wit:
at- Daniel Quattlebum's in Lexington district,
on the first and second days in March r ext; at
John Lee's, in Lexington District, on the fourth
and fflh of March next; at James Watson's,
in Edgelield District, on the seventh and eighth
of March next, and then will be at the said
stands on every ninth day until the tenth of
June thereafter ; 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 acconntabili:y for accidents or escapes,
but every care will be taken to avoid such.
Any person putting a Mareby insurance and
changing the right of the Mare before it is as
certained whether she is in foal or not, will-he
held responsible for the insurance of the Mare.
tPedagre.-OsDzanDo 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 Ita'ian
Jinney. ..Both the sire and dem was imported
by Mr. Dearing.- ,;
ONDERUIONE is six years old this Spring,
four feet'six,ipehe; high. lengthy.and .heaviy
built, with .as' fine one' and' muscle as any
Jack;in the State, iridii like his natnieske,
a very sure roal getter.
i. a :-4MS EATR.
-February 3 . . am 2.
STATEF _SOUTH CAROLTNA.
George Parrott,. - Bill.for Forecbo
vs. .- - . sure of Mort
ames E. Walker, & others,) gage, &c.
ITapaig to my satisfaction,- that James
IE akr, Joseph J. Walker, Alexander
F Walker, John M. Walker, Moses Walker,
ames C. Walker, Samuel P. Ms:Nairy and
Elizabeth C. his wife, Sarah Ann Walker and
Mary D. Walker, defendants in the case, are
without the limits ofthis State; Ordered, that
the defendants above named, do appear iin this
hoorable Court, and plead, answer or demur
to the said Bill, within three months from the
publication of this order. or the said bill wvill be
taken pro conlesso ainthem.
S. S. MKINSc. E. E. D.
Commissioner's Office, March 5, 1847.
march-10 3m 7
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA.
TOLLED before me on the 27th of Febrn
ary, by James S. Harrison, living at
Mount Vernon Camp Ground, on the Long
cane road, three miles west of Kir ksey's M
Roads, a dark bay FILLY, four years old thsir
teen hands hi h, no mark to be seen. A pprais
ed at twventy- ree dollars.
JAS. M. HARRISON. M. E. D).
march 24 Iam4m 9
STATE OF SOUT H CAROLINA.
B. - LOCKER, living seven
B. e miles from the C. House
on the Blocker road, Tolls befote n~e five' 95
tray Ye arlings, ltres Steers an.t two H eifer t,.
marked with a swallow fork in the left ear.
and over slope in the right ear, white and red
colored. Appraised at $17.
C. MITC HELL, Magistrate.
Feb. 17 ' la4m. 4
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of
..George Pope, deceased, are hereby noti
led that it is absolutely necessary tn collect all
he money due the Estate, and that those who
do not pay will be sued before return day.
The Notes are in the hands of N. L. Griffin or
. WV. Gibbs, Esqrs.
TUHOS. H. POPE,, Executor.
Jan 3 tf , 2
T O T HE FAITH LESS!
JIf any doubt the woniderful powers of
DR. CULLEN'S INDIAN VEGE TABLE
PANACEA,'- we invite them to caull upon Mr.
Isaac Brooks, Jr., Jefferson street, fourth door
west of Schuylkill Sixth street, below Locust.
and learn from hisi own lips of oue of the most
astonishing cures' of Scrofula ever performed
n a human being-or call at the reidence of
his father, Eleventh and Vine streets. Sold
y *. ..~ JOS. T. ROWAND,
. 376 Market street,' Philadelphia.
it.. ROBERTS, Agent, Edgefield C. H.
april21 S3t 13
TABLE SALT IN BOXES.
T the oid price of 125 cents a Box,
for male byR. S. ROBE RTS.
march24 tf 9 .
PANAMA & LEGHORNi HATS.
ENTLEMEN'S Panama andLehr
HATS, also Boy's and Childr~en's Pal-.
nietto Hats, for sile by
r~.rc24~Y R. S. ROBERTS.
theit customers'and the public generally, to
rwest and most fashionable styles,
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,
els, Boots, Shoes,
s Gaiters. Hardware. Cutlery. Glass. China,
gs and Medicines. White Lead in Oil, Lamp,
itionary, &c. &c. &e.
of NAILS and CASTINGS, from the South
,les too numerous to mention, will be sold upon
I for past favors a continuance is solicited.
CROP OF 1846.
i t -ii a.nd Genuine GARDEN SEEDS
direct from Mr. Landreth's Gardens, in
Philadelphia. including early CORN, and all
the most approved kinds of SEEDS. for sale
by R. S. ROBERTS.
february 10 tf 3
LONDON REGENERATIVE CREAM.
FOR gradually darkening the Uair, and
keeping it from falling off or turning
grey. It strengthens weak Hair, and by its
constant application produces a beautiful gloss
without'the use of oil being apparent. It is
one of the best curling fliids in existence. Price
50 cents a bottle. R. S. ROBERTS.
march 26 tf 10
From the Philadelphia Public ledger.
AN IMPORTANT CURE BY DR. D,
W E have been infor.ned by Mrs. Mahan,
(a grand-daughter of Gen. Wayne )
that she suffered for a number of years from
the growth of a large Goitrous Tumour of the
Throat, which, besides great peformity, pro
duced both a difficulty of degutition, and of
brea hing. Indeed, she says, the pressure upon
the windpipe was so great as to provent her
from sleeping in a recumbent position, and of-.
ten suffoation appeared inevitable She also
labored under severe indisposition from. Liver
Complaint and Jaundice, with a horrible trami
of nervous affections, for which she commen
ced the use of Dr. Jayne'a Alterative, which
she took, regularly forsix.nr seven weeks,.with
occasional doses of his Sanative Pills: ard 1er
gineral health was. thereby co ltit ly-re.es.
tablished, and now perceiving .some .diminu
twin in the size of the .Goitrns Taunhuur; sh
was encouraged to persevere in the use-ofiths
Alterativpsunti very.-vestie of etW' "ranfifl
tumour waentrely remoied
C. H., South Caiohnaa...4
april 28 * - - 14
.Pa-rfaa. Ohio MIay 18. 1841.
Dr. D. Jayne,-Dear Sir.-Doctor Helmeck
has used some eight or ten bottles of your Ex-.
PECToRANT, and has found decided benefit.
His health is better than for several years past.
and his appearance indicates decided improve
meat in health. H is confidence in your med.
icine has induced him to recommend it to his
friends, and we are informed that mrany of
them have been cured. and others greatly re
lieved. Po-rTs & GNAHAM.
IVESTERTowW, N. Y., Oct. 20. 1841.
Dr, D. Jayne-Dear Sir.-Youir Hair Tonic
is an excellent article. Many respectable per
ons also offer their certificates in favor of your
Expectorant. 1 believe your medicines are the
best preparations that h ave ever been offered
to the public, for the ielief of the aillicted and
for the cure of the diseases for which they were
You: Expectorant I think will soon be ex
clsively popular. Yours, &c.
Rt. S. ROBERTS is Dr. D. Jayne's only
Agent at Edgefield C. H.
apirl 14 3 t 12
ANOTHER CASE OF NEURALGIA
CURED BY RowAND's MAoic Lo-rion ! !! !
ir. J. T. Rowand.-Sir- Several weeks
since, a daughter of mine about nine years
old was attacd with the most excrntiating
pains in her hiapds, limbs and various parts of
the body. For several days she was almost
frantic from pain, nttering cries and slirieks
continually ! A hnrnin g fever coming on, it
seemcd almost impossible that she could live.
When in this conndition 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 miinutes~ the pain
wvs entirely removed! A few hours after,
the pains returned in some measure, but yiel
ded as at first, almost instantly to. the Lotion.
and contrary to my expectations, my child re
recovered and is now in good health.
Yours. truly. MA RY YOUNG.
Mariot's T ane, below Queen, betwveen Fifth
and Sixth. Philadelphia. March 26. 1846.
Sold wholesale and retail by
JOSEPH T. ROWLAND,
No. 376 Market street. Philadelphia.
For sale hy Ri. S. ROBERTS, Edgefleld
Court H onse. S. C.,
april 7 -St3 12
A LL Persons having demands against the
estate of H enry Carr. dec'd., are request
ed to Dresent them legally attested, and thoes
ndebted are regnested to make immediate pay
ment. T HOS. LAKE, Adminis'rat or.
TOOTH ACHE CURED.
Mr. JosF.PH RowANeD, No. 376 Market St.
Dear Sir :-After having suffered many days
and nights with an exerutiating tooth ache,
and tried every other remedy without relief. I
was induced to try the effect of your MAGIC
LOTION, and to my utter astomnshment. I was
completely cured in five minutes
Yours, BARTLE SHEE,
Paper Warehouse, No. 29 Commerce St.
Philadelphia, Feb. 25th, 1840.
April14 .f_ 12
DAHLIA ROOTS & FLOWER SEEDS.
F RSALE at 25 cents a parcel, and Flow
er Seeds at 64 cents a paper,
-Lucerne Grass deedat 50 cents a pound.
by R.-S. ROBERTS
march 24 . .,tf. 9
T HE Proprieter'manayy
. searching for, ar t
Health which the' prescr pa
railed to benefit,~to hat
these Pills, and theyprove etitre
in'iesioring :his' health: Ti
was freely eoimriini'ca'd a
and it' was no'.hs'd.e
they should estina"6dyond le.
of himself. ndTdt' hiisifil-f
ply,and he was advis
aster and distinction,*i.j re
them and placethemi~itli
thecary. Even thiisseeme'di:
was urged to send thei; bis
throughout the countit j1
been a comm ')a domesi remw'
scarcely a family in:which stal
to be-found, and in which'tiwa
a degree of freedom-frordrhis 1
ed Physician should shrink. >"'
ation too seemed to exisioatio
Faculty. Hardly a case'
whether acute or'choniciih
was not given, in some st'ge
without fear or reflection;e q
still suf'ering from its periieiaa'
omel is, without doub,
cine, and in some cases -i b
essential, but it should not bestkick
list of domestic remedies, andb
only under the prudentand4jgdi
of a thoughtful Physician. -UponraP
Physicians and othersthes lr
to be a substitute for mercural. pre
a large number of casesrand he
larity, and the large, demandfoiv
idea of obtaining a Patentforelid
entertained, nor has it been ioji
It was believed that bygiviigi
form and circulating them thrwi
thousands would- be baend
who would, otherwise,-neyer i
cription and never learn thajre
been compounded which rends
criminate and pernicious use of o
necessary. These were somed)
ments which led.the Inventorotf
to consent that they should becom
None are genuine without.thaat
JNO. BECK WF
For sale by,.R. S. ROBERT Ae -
field C. H,. South Carolina- .;r<.
eral Family Medicine. esbpci4
country so suibject to suddenttlpi:=
perature as this, their valnaeis. 1
By -having the Brandretb'ailli
hand, should a sudden attack-of:'siek
place. they can be given at-oncea
ten have effected a cure before toe 11
could have arrived.- . ,.
In cholic and inflainmatiopjdi '
these Pill will at once relieve,?
ance in their useaccords
will surely di all 'thert '
store the health othe a -
In all cases of Iadges n
Diseases of-the ^Heart'
stomaclf-and bowels? CI
found anever-fallingrem -
To insure the ful bn
Pils theOi si ela61ke
upon the flret $ etd
wayb at-On 'e
estblise n t
' - -ob *
Warrnte totd Ca
Warr us alycntied tonderath
Pivestimants uneding Piterminaii7fae
kowan,at a coestionst 'ofi ~
nt deeuiriy theary-.. ion -
Itmbrocatiaonsie red ofe th
oieer aries o rsi
Piein len Peifs -
Innwadtito to deiptin pofitivep ed~i~'
The sues, i t h as fooedathtelNe~oI
andhabisrocation the te oftiiisai
tPiles, itP- ~ dci&
Read the following, 4from-theM
Found at last-A cure for. t&e.Pils
eians and Chemisas have long been
disc' ver a medicine that-wonldicire'
most troublesome diseases, the-Pileiaf8
has at~last been the result. -Dr, ,LC6
PILE EMBROCATION notecl.*p~
bleeding, allays pain and inflaintn
that intolerable itchinig, hut -effect.
like a charm, and in a very~shrtitim
whose lives have 'been renderedamiii
years. . - ni
For sale by R.,8S. ROBRS,
Edgefleld Court House, SouthCa.f
march 10 . -
M R..ROFF, who lield conditiopla
.1..terest in the right of:Edge eld~I
to Hotchkiss' Reaction -Mill WAs~els -
has never complied -with said cotiff
fore he holds no, interest,sand bai
sell or ma'ce any contract:--orua
We, the undersgedartheioii
right, aud a tight purchasedfritu
unless our agent, will nobbe
Mr.J.T.WEBE, we-ant ee
power to act as oran~MA
THIS excelledit anidi~
of Worms and f'etid bale b~
very little, or too great peaC
ache, aff'ectio'n of the bri'od
and irritation abeit the nose,
fits and couav'uisive twatchit~i
dered stae of'thie bowels jdv
wolddo well to bear-in ma
cai be hid for these danfetai
when piroceeding from Wa o.
opy. Et 'SfRt