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Oil of Stones.-Under this title a recent
Paris journal containsean account of a sin
gular substance manufactured in France,
of peculiar properties. The Boston Atlas,
r. , among its foreign items, translated the des
eription of this interesting. curiosity. as
follows "It was discovered several years
since, and an interesting paper upon it was
:cad before. the Institute. Since then its
manufacture, far from being abandoned,
as many supposed, has been silently un
dergoing improvements, and recently a
company has been formed for its nanufac
tare. It is now termed mineral oil. By
means of new and very ingenious instru
ments and machinery, they obtain art oil
as transparent as the purest water, This
remarkable liquid is said to have this great
advantage-of not staining by contact. and
of giving an admisable ligh. by the fixed
ness and clearness of the flame. Thbe com
- pany possesses in Autumois (France) in
exhaustible beds of the mineral, from
which this oil is extracted, as well as
several other productions, as paraffine,
mineral tar, a new kind of manure, in
valuable for exhausted land, and many
obers. However much we may be sur
prised, adds the journal, from which we
derive this information, at seeing a vile
and despised rock thus yielding a variety
of precious matters, there is no room for
us to doubt the fact. It only proves that
the science of chemistry is in its infancy,
^ - and that no one can assign any limits to
ts. progress. Wh the first attempts
were made to burn umnous coal, who
then would have believed in such results
as gas light, its application to the genera
tion of steam, or the bright future in reserve
for so humble a mineral ? And yet, are
not the mines of Auzin more valuable to
their proprietors than the silver mines of
both the ladies ''
How to treat Lard.-The trying of lard
is an important branch of economy, re
qiring a little care and some direct infor
* tmation. Water be it remembered, should
never be made use of in this process, since
it cooks the fat and makes it soft and liable
to become speedily rancid. Put the lump
fat in a pot, and then stand the pot along
side of the fire, gathering around it a few
. embers ; let a little of the fat try out, after
which, put the fat over the fire ; with such
precaution there is no danger of the lard's
scorching. and no need of water, but the
lJrdwhen fully cold, with be found quite
firm and solid, which cannot be the case if
water be made use of in the trying out.
According to a calculation some few
years since, there were in the UnitedStates I
24,000,000 of sheep. At a moderate and
rational computation the value of these
may safely be estimated at $70,000,000
and the amount of wool annually produced
at $40,000,000. Of this vast flock, the
State of New York owned at the time of
making the above estimate, nearly one
ftba For the five -years immediately
preceeding that time, the increase of sheep
'r s; = theUnited States- averaged 1,000,000
- perpyear. Since then it has- probably
?Y c- been.much greater,
"- A rend'-.The most agreeable of
sompawons is a siuwle, fsank moo, with
- ' " reatness;one who loves life, and under
stands the tuse 'of it ; obliging-alike at all
-hours:.above all, of a golden temper, and
steadfast sanaachor. -
Some fhnc Nete.-A ring- of'izinc and
one of copper, placed in contact around
- either fruit or ornamental trees, will pro.
* vent any insects from ascending and inju
ring them. The-moment the insect touch
es the battery, it receives a galvanic shock,
*and is kitled, or falls to the ground.. The
action of the battery is- uneeasitng, being
sufficiently powerful in either dry or wet
weather. So says the Mtacon Journal
LoungerA-: have often heard the fol
Ibwing anecdote related, but know not wvhe
ther it has ever appeared in print; it ought
- Benjamtn F"ranklio was one olf the first
booksellers in Philadelphia-his store was
in Market Street, north side, nearly mid
*way between Front and Second st., and
- his printing ofline was-on the same lut,.but
ftonttng on pewtet plate alley.
One morning while Frattklin was busy
in preparing- his newspaper for press a
stranger stepped into- the store, and spent
an hour on more looking at the books, &c.,
and finally taking one in hand, asked the
shop boy the price.
'One dollar,' was the answer.
'One dollar!' said the lounger,-ean't
you take any less titan-that??
' No indeeds otte dollar is the prtce.'
Another hour htad now nearly passed,
when the lounger~dkecd,
- 'Is Mr. Franklib'at home ?'
'Yes-he is in the printing ollice.'
'-I want to see him,' said the loutnger.
The shop boy immediately informed
Mr. Franklin that some one was in the
store waiting to see him. Franklin was
soon behia d the counter when the lounger,
with book, in hand, addressed him thtus:
'Mr. F'ranklin, what is-the least you can
t ake for this book ?'
* One dollar andl a quarter,''was the rea
' One dollar and a quarter? Whly your
young man asked only a dolhit.'
. ' True,' said Franklin-' and I could'
bave bettor afforded'to-take a dollar than
to have been called out of the office.'
The lounger seemed surprised-and
wishitng to end the parley of his own mak
'Come Ilfr. Franklin. tell me what is
the lowest you can take for it?'
'One dollar and a half.'
* A dollar and a half! why yott offered
it yourself forone and a quarter.r
Yes,'. said Franklin-' and I bad better
have taken that price then; than a dbllar
and a half now."
The lounger paid down the price, and
went about his business if he had any
a., nd Franklin returned' into the Printing
Tf entiitorekeepers are the- better for
tHe custom of longers, especially stuch of
4 hem as'chew' toba' co, and smoke cigars
tn the store, they are respectfully requested
d ptubltsh thts-secret for the benefit of coun
try merchants generally.
IT-HAS PERFECTLY CURED ME
PHILADELPHIA, December 1837.
To Dr. D. Jayne Dear Sir-The astonish.
ing and miraculous beneficial effects your val
uable EXPECTORANT had on my neighbor,
the Rev. Mr. Rushing, made so favorable im
pression onmy mind, that after consulting with
several friends, and learning that you were a
regular Practitioner of Medicine. I called upon
you, and purchased. half a dozen bottles, and
told you that ifI lived to take them, you should
have a good report from me.
I am alive and well this day ! Thanks to a
merciful God, and your Expectorant; and now
I come forward cheerfully to fulfil my promise.
For twenty long years had I been a constant
nufferer from the effects of a hard, dry cough,
pain in the breast, and difficulty of breathing ;
the last five of which, chills and fevers, every
wring and fall, added to my misery. I was
sporn away to a mere skeleton ; with the great.
:at difficulty only could I get up and down
tairs; my appetite was gone, and my strength
had so far failed me, that my friends were per
suaded I could not survive many weeks, unless
I obtained relief. Indeed, sir, my situation was
so perfectly miserable to myself, and so disJ
tressing to my family, that I felt willing to die
whenever st should please the Master to take
me home. But I heard ofyour medicine, and
relicfcame. Yes! it proved the "Balm of
Gilead" to my poor afflicted body. Before I
ad taken onE BOTTLE, I experiencod a miti
;ation of all my symptoms, and to my great
oy I found in the continued use of it the hap
nest relief. In short sir. IT HAS MADE A
PERFECT CURE OF ME-and I can truly
ly, I have no desire to be better.
IR. S. ROBERTS is Dr. D. Jayne's only
kgent at Edgefield-C. H.
july 21 3t 26
B Y virtae of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, to me directed, I will proceed to
tell at Edgefield Court House, on the first
onday and Tuesday in August next,
lie following property, in the following
amned cases, to wit
G. L. & E. Penn vs. B. J. Ryan, Joel
Curry, ex'tr., and others, severally vs. the
tame, a house and lot in the village of
Edgefield occupied by the defendant as a
Elotel, containing a half acre, more or less,
ounded by the public square, the lot of J.
L. Dobey, and others, also another lot in
said village, containing five acres, more or
ess, adjoining lands of Mrs. Corley, Jno.
irksey, and others, also various articles
f household and kitchen furniture.
C. J. Glover vs. H. Dunton, the defen
lat's interest in a tract of land whereon
irs. Dunton lives, containing two hun
Ired acres, more or less, adjoining lands of
B. F. Strome, J. B. Griffis, and others.
C. H. Goodman, and others-, severally
rs W. H. Adams, the tract of land known
is the Nick Lyon land, containing one
aundred and fifteen acres, more or less, ad
ining lands of D. Rountree, and others.
Terms of sale Cash, except the property
f B. J. Ryan, which will probably be
old on a credit until the first of January
text. H. BOULWARE, S. E. D.
July 9 4t 25
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA;
larissa Hasting & others, . .Summons
Appl'ts. vs. Mary Hast-. i
ing A others, Def'ts.zY oPr tiohn:=
Y virtue of an order from John Hill,
B Esqr., Ordinary, of the District afore
aid, I will proceed to sell in the above sta
ed case, at Edgefield Court House, on the
irst Monday or Tuesday in August next,
tract of land- belonging to- the estate of
iobert Hasting. dee'd., containing thirty
tres, more or less, situated in the District
mod State aforesaid, on the watera of
~lorse Pen creek,. waters of Cuffytown
~reek. adjoining lands of John Durst, lHen
y Williatms, and John B. Rountree, on a
redit until the first of J-anuary next, the
mrcaser giving bond and two approved
ureties,.and a morlgage of the premises
o secure the pturchase money. Costs. to
>e paid. in cash.
H. B3OULWA RE', s. E. D..
July & 4t 25
State of South Carolina.
EDGE FIELD DISTRICT.
IN E'Q!UT Y.
3ethany Alston, by her next Petition
friend, is. Thomas B. Reese, .for paying a
and Alfred Alstoh ier funds.
T appearing to my satisfaction, that Alfred
Alston, one ofthe Defenidansts itn this case,
'sides bseynd the limits of this State. On mu
ions of Griflin, Solicitor for the petitioner, or'
lerd, tatthec said Alfred Alston,,do plead, an
mer or demur, to this petition, within three
nonths- from the publication of this order. or
he said petition be takemn pro confesso, agaist
im. S. S. TOM P'KINS, . C. . L .
Commr's. Office, 12th Julyr1847.
july 14 3in 25
TO THlE PUBDLIC.
T HE undersigned would
respectfully announce to
31 Travellers and persons vis
-~ ~ * iting Hlamsburg, thsathc hsas
taken for- a tern) of years.
the~s Hotel, long known as
Wihiishspurpose to keep as such/ e'house
sould be kept, and will onsly promise to all who
favor him with a calhl, that heo will do all in his
ower to please; and wvhere as mnuch comfort
aid qjuict may he expeccted as can be found in
my Pblic llouse.
A crefuh amnd attentive llostler ill bc kept
onesandty in the Stable.,dHorses .shalt be
ittended to itn a way that shall give entire satis
A. liberal patronage is respectfuslly solicited.
Hamburg, March 8-10 tf 7
ANEW lot of very sup srior Bacon,
which will be sold low ber CASH.
Also-A lot of fine Flour.
jnne 9 tf 20
T HE Estate of Gilber: Summerall being
Derelict, all those having demands, are
requested to present them, duly attested, and
those indebted to smako immediate payment to
JOOHN HILL, 0.FE. D.
may26 . tf 18
A LL Persons having demands against the
estate of Henry Carr, dec'd., are request
cd to present them legally attested, and thoes
tdebted are requested to make immediate pay'
x SHALL proceed to-sell at?Rdgcfield C. H.
on the first Monday in~&rg'is 'iiert, he.
, aluabe -iract of Landi
where Elizabeth Mims, dec'd.,,lived, contain
ing two hundred ned fifyaces, iore.or less,
adjoining lands of the estateof7dlii Holhngs
worth, Mrs. L. A. Hobbs, and yames Griffin.
Tcrins-A credit until thefiist day of MarcIa
next, purchaser to give note and approved se
BATTE HOWARDs; aiutor.
july 14 3f'7.1 25
Cheap Sugar. an&4 CoIIe.
4 Ilogshead prime SugaP10 ad lp'pounds
4 Bags Coffee 10 poun d for $1.0
6 I " Old Rio, 1l 'oinds for $1,00
4 Barrels Crushed Sugar :..
1 " powdered loaf Sugary
2 Hogsheads fine Molasses f Cents a
gallon. .. :.ERTS
Fine Lemon Syrup at 50 cents a Bottle.
july 6 tf 24
R S. Roberts las just received the follow
. ing Dry Goods, which 'he will sell low
1 Bale 3-4 unbleachIed'shirtings
1 ~ 7.8 "
1 " .4 Oenahnrgs
1 " 4-4 ' Sheeting
1 " 4-4 Eitra "do
20ps. rew prints, at 10 &12ce'nts a yard,
july 7 tf 24
Consolation for Segar
C ONSOLACION- Segars i very choise
GOLD LEAF Do 5 quality'
The best ever in this market, coewc ana try
them. Yo'r've never tasted' anything like the
exquisite flavor of those fine Segars. Real
BUEsA VISTA Segars very fine Er, EsMao Se
gars nearly as good. AaoatAie TOBACCO first
rate, $1,00 per pound, Mrs. Millers fine cut P
for chewing. Goodwin's Patent Honey dew
fine cut Tobacco. . '
R, S/ ROBERTS.
.ily 7 R . . - 24
A LL Persons who have occasion to appeal
from the decision of the Court Martiel,
ordered by me, (in compliance with an order
from Brigadier General Bradley,).whilst I was
in commard of the Seventh Regiment. whieh
Court was held at the Old Wells, on the 29th
day of May last, are required-to'make their ap
peals to me, and not to "Col. -Mims, as I con
ceive that duty devolves upri- me, as Col. M.
was absent from the-Statseand not of course in
command of the Regiment, at- the time of the
parade, or the ordering of the Court. s
Col. Mims is not, neor never-was authorized,
to grant any appeals, from Courts ordered by
any officer but himself.. Forthe fact, I refer to
the- Militia Law, page 29.
Lt. Col. 7th Regt., S. C. M.
july 14 1 - 3t 25
Hamburg Republican--copy three times.
F A.C T 0 R G1E
hate pirchased . from
in Hamburg, recently !cied by Dr. J. F..
Griffin, and formerly. r-, I .Jeffers.
& Co., situated it the foo sf ill and im
mediately at -the . Y nb'raess
iurosuded by a st o A ,j5 1
tivelyeiempt from 6As sua'tyoirO and en- t
tirely above the reach of li .li- ts
They propose to carry s. -ively the
WAREMOUsE & .OEI4ERA ACT0RAoE 4
under the' frm of GEIGERdrPARTLOW.
Having engaged an espe ceed and com
potent assastan, in addition tteir own .per
sonal attention, and possessilagmeasns to make
liberal advances on Produce consigned to their
tnre, they hereby reader their services to Pla
ers, Mierchants and other., in the storage and'
sate of '
Cotton., Flouir, Bacon, .
and other Produce, in Receiving and Forward
ing Merchandise, and purchasing goods to or
Tra chare-ilf he regulatedi by the usual
W. W. GEIGER,
JAMES Y. L. PARTLOW.
Hamburg, June 3, .I846-.
june9- . Gm 20_
TH-E Subscriber is now receiving a splen
did StockerN E W G OODS at the
Brick Store formerly occupied by Presley &
fryan,'coneistinag of all kinds of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD
WARE, CROCKERY, 2IHOES,
to which he-invites his frienda anid thie public
to call and examine- for themselves, before pur
N. B. Goods v~er-y low for Casri.
B. C. BRYAN.
April 0th 1847. t! 12
A Lpersons Iddebted to the estate oh Dr.
Angustus W. Burt, dee'd., are requested
to mtake immnediate payment. and those having
demands against'said estate, are reqnested to
present the'm for payment properl atst
june 16 - f 21
A LL those indlehted to the estate of Charity
.t% Johnson, dec'd., are reqnested to make
immediate payment, and those hiavig demands
to-present thoem properly attested.
SIM EON ATTA WAY,
july7. if 24
STATE OF .SOUTH C'AROLINA
EDGE FIELDh DISTRTc:T
IN THE COURT -OF ORDINA RY.
B Y JOHN H ILL, Esq., Ordinary fof
J.Ed gefield Districts:
WVhereas Siephen Wilson hatb applied
to mse for Letters of Administration, on all
and singular she goods and chattels, rights
and cedits of'Mary. Pippin, ali's Mary
Kelhy,.late of the- District aforesaid, de
These are, therefore, to clue and admon
ish all and singuiar the kindred and cred
itors of the-said deceasd, to-be and appoar
before me, at our- next Ordinry a Court
for the said District, to be holden at Edge
field Court H-ouse, on the 2d day of Au
gust next, to. show-acause. if any, why
the said .administration should not be
granted. . .
Given- under my hand and'esel, this this
19th day ol July si the'year of our
Lord one .tbousand eight hundrv'd and
forty-seven, and itn the 72d year of Amer
can Independence.- ~- -
- OBK HILL, O. E D.
'HEAD QUARTERS, I
Regimental Orders, No. 59.
I N accordance with General Orders, No. 15, f
ton City, Capt. Brooks, of Company D, nov
Japtain Joseph Kennedy, of Conrjiiy G, and
ailed for the Recruiting service.
'H. Captain Brooks will, on the receipt of this
,t Washington, for instructions. In the tuterim
dgefield C. H. South Carolins.
III. Captain Kennedy and Lient. Kershaw wil
Mina. They will report on their arrival to Capt.
ity, and until further orders from the Adjutant C
ly will open a Recrtiting Rendezvous at Fort M
IV. In addition to the Monthly Reports to the
eport monthly to the Head Quarters of this Reg
In obedience to the foregoing order, I will re
he duty assigned me, until a reply to the applical
on, for permission to join my Regiment has beer
The recruits enlisted by Capt. Kenedy, Lt. I
o the South Carolino Regiment, and will be rece
s thus presented to those gallant spirits of Edgef
ppoi'nted only by a want in number, of now gra
A Bounty of $12 00 will be paid to each rec
ition to the Monthly pay of $7 00, the provisior
f Congress, together with other provisions ofelo
men in a pecuniary point of view.
By the 9th Section of an Act of Congress, en
additional military force, and for other purposes,"
irivate now in service or who may hereafter bee
nd who shall receive an honorable discharge eithi
hr disability incurred in the course of his service
md sixty acres of Land, which he will be at liber
ends that may be subject to private entry; or he n
eneive treasury script to the amount of onu SUN
ayable semi-annually, and redeemable at the ph
Each and every soldier, mustered into the i
Wade,, end who has not been legally discharged,
1 gefield C. H., 5th July 1847,
Recruiting Rendezvous. Jul
The U. S. District Court:
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN BA NKRUPTCY.
I N the Matter of Henry H. Mayson, late a
Merchant of Edgefield District, a Bank.
Pursuanr to an Order of the District Court
ofthe United States, for the District of South
Jarolina, notice is hereby given, that cause be
hewn before the said Court, at the Federal
,ourt House in Charleston- on the- Sixth day
f November next, at elevon o'clock, A. M.,
why the said Henry H. Mason should not
receive his Discharge and Certificate, as a
Charleston 26th day of Jane 1847.
H. Y. GRAY, Clerk.
. July 7 3m 24
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.'
IIV T'E COMMON PLEAS. -
Y. L. & E. Penn, & Co.
Is. Ca. Sa,
rames B. Harris. -
AMES B HARRIS beingnow .in.tie
rict; by virtue of a writ of Capias ad Satisfa
iendum, at the suit of G. L..& LPenn & Co.,
md haying filed in my office a schedule on.
math, of his whole estate and effects, real and I
>ersonal, with a view to obtain the benefit of
he Acts of the General Assembly, conimonly
:alled the Insolvent debtors Act. On motion
if bit. Tompkins, defendant's attorney, Public
totice is~hereby given, to the said G-L. & E.
Per~n & Co., anid all othera, the creditorsof the
said James B. Harris, that the said petition will
>e heard' and considered. at Edgefield Court
Flouse, on the uixth day of October next. or on
uch other day as the Court may order during
lie term, co'mmencing on the first Monday of
)ctober next. at said place; and the said G. L.
!E E. Penn d& Co., anid-all the others, the cre
litors of the said James B. Harris; are hereby.
:ommanded, then and there, either personally,
>r by attorney, to show cause, if any they can.
,hy the petition of the said Ja.nes B. Harris
hould not be heard and granted, and he be
ischarged from confinement by complying
with the acts aforesaidi, according to the terms
>f said acts.
TH-O. G. BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Oflice, July 2ud, J847.
july 3 3m 241
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
.iN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Garvin & H ai nes,)
vs. Ca. Sa',
Charles B. Carter.
CHARLES 13. CARTER who is now in'
the custody of ite Sheriff of Edgefield
District, by virtue ofthie surrender of his bail,
rt the snit of Garvin & [Jaines, having filed
his petitinn with a schedule on oath, of his
whole estate and effects, with the purpose of
itaining the benefit of the Acts of the Gene
ral Assembly, commonly called the Insolvent
Debtors. Acts. Public Notice is hereby given
to the said Garvmn & H-ainmes, and all the other
creditors of the said Charles B. Carter, thnt the
aid petition will be beard and coiisidered on
the sixth day of October next, at Edgefield
Court House, or on such other day as the Court
may order during the term, commencing on
he first Monday in October inext, atsaid p)1cec;
and all the creditors of the said Charles B. Car
ter, are hereby summoned, persoimally, or by
attorney, then and there in said Court, to show
cause, if any they can, why the benefit of the
Acts aforesaid, should not be granted to the
said Charles B. Carter, upon bis executing the
assignment required by said Acts.
TIHO. G. BA CON, Clcrk.
Clerk's Office, 2nd July, 1847.
M R. ROFF, who held conditionally an in
terest in the right of Edgjefwld District,
toHbtchmkiss' Reaction Mill Wheiels-,(Ptetnt)
has never coniplied with said condition, thero
fore he holds no interest, and has no0 right te
sell or ma' e any contract for said Wheels.
We, the undersigned are the owners, of said
right, and a tight purchased from any other,
unless our agent, will not he good.
.Mr. J. T. WV ENRER, we anthorise, with full
power to act as our agent.
SMatch 1, 18.tf 6
A LL Persons in'debted to the Estate of
.tGeorgeoPbpe, deceased, are hereby noti
fed that it is absolutely necessary to collect all
the money due the Estate,'and that those who
donot pay will be sined before return day.
The Notes are in tho hands of N. L. Griffin or
J. W'. Gibbs, Esqrs.
TUHOS. H. POPE, Exeutor.
Tan3. 'ten '
ALMETTO REGIMENT, S. C. V.
Puebla, Mexico, June 3d. 1847.
rom the Adjutant General's Office, Washing
on leave of absence, on account of ill health,
ient. J. B. Kershaw, of Company C, are de
rder, report to the Adjutant General's Office
he will open a Recruiting Rendezvous at
I proceed by to-morrow's train to South Car
Brooks, ithe senior officer, and to Washington
eneral's Office,; at Washington, Capt. Kone
oltrie, and Lieut Kershaw at Camden South
Adjutant Generals Office, these officers will
JAMES CANTEY, Adjutant.
whin at Edgefield C. H., in the discharge of
ion I have made to the authorities at Washing
:ershaw, and myself, will certainly be attached
ved as Volunteers. A favourable opportunity
eld who burned to mingle in the fray, and dis
ifying their earnest and patriotic wishes.
ruit, immediately on his enlistment, and in ad
made in the subjoined extract from an Act
thing, rations, &c., make the service desirable
titled "An Act to raise, for a limited time, an
"each non commissioned officer; musician or
noisted during thfpresent war with Mexico,
r by expiration of his term of enlistment, or
,will be entitled to a warrant for One hundred
y to locate in one body, upon any of the public
ay, at his option, when honorably discharged,
RED DoL..ARs, bearing sih per cent. interest,
asure of the Government."
service of the United States by Brevet Major
will report in person to me. forthwith.
P. S. BROOKS, Captain,
Company D., S. C. Volunteers.
7 tf 24
Warranted to Cure,
HEMORRHOIDS, ORPILES, is a disease
produced by local irritatitn, costiveness,-paiga
ive stimulants, undue determination of blood
to the hemorrhoidal vessels by excessive riding
rr walking, or a congestive state of the liver,
and peculiarity of the constitution itself.
It is usually considered under three forms,
)r varieties, as follows-Blind Piles, White
Piles, and Bleeding Piles. .
This disease is so common, and so very well
knwn, that a description of its symptoms. is
Pot deemed necessary. ' .-.
- The success that has followed.tie tuse'of the
mbroenionin the cure of thisdi~ease, has
een ruly aaoishi Pbjj w ad
ise theft patients to't t as the only - ,
Pile : Cdiciie
Inaddition to its being a positiveiemedy E.
he Pile, it never faila to cure that INTOLn,
ABLE ITCHING, which is so very commos
nd has its location in- the same parts as thr
Read the following; frbnr the'editorial co
umns of Alexander's Weekly Mlesenger
Found at last-A curc for the Piles.-Physi
~ians and Chemists have long been anxious to
iscver a medicine that would cnre one of the
nos t'oubesomne diseases, th~e Piles. Success
as at-last been the result. Dr. JACKSON'S
ILEs EMBR4JCATION not only stops all
eeding, allays paih and inflamation, subdues
hat intolerable itching, but effetity~ cntes,
ike a charm, and in a very short time;-persons
whose lives have been rendered miserable for
For sale by Rt. S. ROBERTS, Agent,- at
Edgefield Court House, SouthCbrolina.
march 10 tf 7
T HE Proprietor, many years ago, while
searching for a remedy for his own ill
ealth which the prescription of the day had
ailed to- benefit, to-ir upon the composition of
hese Pills, and they proved-entirely successful
n restoring his health.. Their composition
was freely communicnted tr-many Physicians,
ad it was not the design of thre Inventor thai
hey shiould extend beyond the private practice
f himself, and that of his medical friendir. Ap.
lications for them. however, began to multi.
ply, and he wvas advised by many of his profes
ionralt brethren, and ot her gentlemen,- of char'
cter and distinction, to prrepa-re a quantity of
hem and place them in th~e hands of an apo.
tecary. Even~tliis seemed insufficient, and he
vas urged to seal them, by means of agencies,
hroughout the country. Calomel had long
een a comm m domestic remedy. There was
scarcely a finnily in which a sial of it was rot
to be found, and in which it was not used witih
a dlegree of freedom from which a well inform
ed Physician should shrink. A strange infatu
ation too seemued to exrst among many of the
Factlty. Hardly a case was prreseribed fot
whether acute or chronic, in which c'alome]
as not given. in some stage of the disease,
vithout fear or refiection i and thousands are
still suffering fronm its pernicious effects. Cal
o>el is, without doubt, a most valtuable medi
ine, and in some cases may be .regarded at
asential, but itashouldi not be stricken from thre
list of domestic remredies, and be ndnministered
nly under tihe prudent and judicious advice
of a throrghtful Phrysician. Upon trial, by mrany
Physicians and others, these Pills were foundr
o be a suibstitute for mercural preparations -im
large number of cases. and hence their popu
aity, and the large demand for them. The
dea of obtaining a Patent for them was never
ntertained, nor has it been sought to this day.
t was believed that by giving-them a popular
form-and circulatirng them through the country,
thousands wvould be benefitted by their use,
wvho wvould, otherwise; never hear of the pres
riptioni and never learn that a preparation had
been compounded which rendered thre irrdis.
criminate and pernicious use of calomel un
necessary. These wvere some of the induce
ments wvhicht led the Inventor of the Pills te
to consent that they should become an object o:
public sale :
Noneoaro genuine withront t.e signatre of
JNO, BECKWITH,, M. D.
For sale by. Rt. S. ROBE RTS, Agent, Edge
ield C. H,. Sotuth Carolina.
A pril266 14
Earle's Pile Remedy.
THIS certain safe and efficacious reined'
has never been known to fail. The af
ited should try'it. For sale at' Edgefield C
H osbyR. S.- ROBE~RTS.
W HEN the body is subjecf j
gee, it reqmires, Medicine.e, udda
changes from very hot,':to cliilly
unfavorable to the health; aid~iwj'
verally admitted, that heat aniinoistuap
powerful agents in producing disease.a
constant dry and constant vet eithet
favorable to its generation ; it dois"- g
what we call it; it may be sg ml b
bilious fever-it may be yeliow fev.to
be dysentery-it may be rheumatis
be bronchitis-it may 'be eholie-=itiznq
constipation of the bowels:iti maya.be
mation of the bowels-it may beiin8jmii
of the stomach-it may be'aainirvoina'ection
but still it ; disease, and a diseas'ctzrlh'
the Brandreth Pills, becausethey?iaid
impurities from the body;'all thet'ea6Afa n
manner feed the further progressaof aegig
dy; no matter how called ; thus theserples
not only the most proper medicine, butge
ly the only medicine that~need orotal
Remember;Draggisti are not pe
sell my Pills-if youparchase-ofthemr
obtain a counterreit. B.:BRaiinaDRL .
Dr. Brandreth's Principal Ofce241V
way, N. Y.; other oices'aoNeW rk
J'The genuine only forisale in Ed
District by R. S. ROBERTS;EdjS6e
House, Knai ca & T& aY HaimbwZ
Sutra'vs Store, Meeting stree:'"
' Every Agenthving theu:!e hin a
tificate of Agency, signe e
june 30 lm
TE ot CURE IM
F OR the cure of DEAFNESS, rains
the discharges of matter from e.
Also, all those disagreeable noises;7'
buzzing of insects, falling of water, whim-'
steam, &c., &d'., which are symptoms '
proaching' Deafness, and also generally atte
ant with the disease. Many person's w i
been deaf for ten, fifteen and twenlyyraa
were obliged to use ear trumpe v bas
using one or two bottles ofthis n3'eEgne
thrown aside their trumpets, being iia d
fectly well. .
The application of the Oil prodecea
bat on the contrary an apeable and p.
sensation. The recipe -or this Mlo'dinst '
been obtained from'an Aurist of greatsiepita
tion, who has found, from 'long obserq
that deafness, in nuieteen cases out ofid. t
was produced either from a want ofaetion
the nerves of hearing, or a dryness in,the"
his object, therefore, was to find so
that would create a healthy condition iri
parts. After a long series of experimh
efforts were at last crowned with'succes
the discovery of this preparation, wbieli
received the name of "SCARPA'S ;CO
POUND.A COSTfC OfL. ta
used in this country about siyea
wonderful has been its effects'in cirtrgiad'
manring the deaf, that f*romwe mebves o
manity, it is now ofered tb pii4
may have an opportunity of proving:itu
cy. A long list ofcerticates.migtheEjiw
but-such-is the- confidence iu'tiitnfdici,
so high iis'repuatidn, that bitfei of
It is only necessry to sddtha
has been recommenatdd
the ,best phesibiais'
7EWE startling.lrawrba'k b&Wear ""
dicinal Agents has ever-been 6
process of purgation and pmnri~eatiudaep
also Debilitated the Ssteaen&,:qrg
Medicines have always been regaded as gbsa
but a Neceussarj.Evil, Patientreriig o
for the repef or one disease at the ep't i
anottier.-T'o obviate this-Physidians havi ioag
sought for an Agent that would at. thme sa=
time PURGE,- PURIFY and- 8'thENGTH
EN. But theit efforts weRe nearly. fruit
and they had almdst despaired of sacdessi
the labors of sei'ence, and- research- were)a2
warded-by a discovery which fuill'y reglizeds'
fondest desiares of the Medical Faculty,,~u
which is justly regarded'asrone of-tha mostm
portant Triumphe that' Pharmacy bao eic a
chieved.-This important desideratum isiian
*cd Dr. LE ROY'S VEGETABLE IlNIVER:
SAL PILLS. which prify the Blood andrs,
tmove nll cottapt, and vitihted-humbrg, ind;u
healthy accumulations from: the liod tih-a une
ner never before rivalled, and' whiehyeeps..
dnce no weakness or lassitude whateveriJu
on the contrary, tone the Stomach and isvat:~&
rate the'coulstitution during the progressoftirt
oplerations ! Dr. Le Roy's Pills;- ill' iati'nea.
those heretofo:-e irreconcilable, li~nd
able qualities, Evacuation and Inv igntjs a
they are at the same time a-STRKN :N
ING PURGA'PW-E, and a PUkL YNGo4
NIC. ,. '
The two principle ingredients it:DE\
Roy's Pills are WILD CHERRY'a 8
SAPA RILL.-, ao prepared that'each prs
the beneficial effect of the other tlie Tf*
strengthening, while the latter, throughbi nai
with various vegetable ingredientageva86a
and purifies-thus they superinduesee'o teir
ity or lassitude of the Digestive Psictiong
hence their operations are attended byiao.
action, or subsequent Costiveness. :g:i
Dr. Le Roy's Pills:are the most active<
seasching Medicine-in existetice. Thife'"~n
attack the very root of Diseases,'and thsir'
tio is so prompt, that in att hior or to'
they are taken, the patient is-aware of~ti
good eff'ects. They not only operate on
Blood: lbut also on the chyle,.otfwbich thebhI
is formed, and this seenres good blood fri iii
fountain head, mnozeover they produnej
nausea, griping or debility, and - '
Medicine they have no- rival. -Picaes~'
per- Box.-: -
For sale-by J. D. TI-BBETT'S Egl
C. H.,S . .July 7 --". -36m'2p
STATE OF'SOUTH CAROL
EDGBF I ELD DISTRIC
IN THE COURT OF ORD1NfARY
John' W. Holly & wife,-and '
others, Applicants, -~
Daniel D. Holly & wife, a td jT
others, Defendants. J' '
IT appearing to my satitfaction~tit~~
.UHoHl ' and wife Mary, distuibee -~f
real estate of George -Litesey, deeod d
without the limits of this State, itis
ordered, that they do appearin .meoflie
Edgefield Court House, on or befb~
Monday in Augitet next, and' sh ..
any, why the said lands should not i
divided, or their consent to the sea~i
entered of record. -o
Bales NORTHERN- *Qe
For sale by
june 16 3