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JUST RECEIVED. :.,
A NEW lot of very superior Bacon,
which will be sold low for CASH.
-Also-A lot of fine Flour.
J. A. WILLIAM S.
jnne 9 tf 20
S. Roberts has just received the follow.
' t,. ing Dry Goods, wnicb. he will sell low
1 Bale 3-4 unbleached, airtings'
" ,:: - 1 " 3-4 " Osnaburgs'
1 " . .44 . Sheeting
1 " 44 Extra do
- . "20ps. rew prints at 10 & 12 cents a yard,
TO THE PUBLIO.
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
should be kept, and will only $romise to all who
- favor him with a call, that he will do all in his
power to please; and where as much comfort
and quiet may be expected as-catn be found in
any Public House.
A careful and attentive Hostler will be kept
constantly in the Stable, and Horses shall be
attended to in a way that shall give entire satis
liberal patronage is respectfully solicited.
- WM. KETCHAM.
Hamburg, March 8-10 tf 7
ALL persons Iddubted to the estate ot Dr.
Augustus W. Burt, dec'd., are requested
to make innediate payment, and those having
* demands against said estate, are requested to
present thets foi payment. properly attested.
WM. M. BURT, Adu'r.
June 16 if 21
LL those indebted to the estate of Charity
A Johnson, dec'd , ars requested to matte
imaiediaite payment, and those ainvlug deunands
to present them properly aitested.
U. B. GOULDEN,
j-ay7 if 24
State of South Carolina.
Bethairy Alston, y her next Petition
l rienl, vs. Thomas B. Reese, -for paying o.
and Alfred Alston. i ser Juru!s.
T appearing to my satisfaction, that Alfred
. Alston, one of the Defendants in this case,
; - - resides beyond the limits of this Stato. On mu
lion of Griffin, Solicitor for the petitioner, or
dared, that the said Alfred Alston, do plead, an'
sw er or demur, to this petition, within three
Months from the publication of this order, or
the said petition be taken pro confesso, against
- him. s. S. TOMPKINS, c. x. x, D.
Conmr's. Office, 12th July, 1847.
july 14 3m 25
- IT HAS PERFECTLY CURED ME!.
*? Pmr1anzLIP , December 1837.
To Dr. D. Jayne Dear Sir-The astonish.
g and miraculous beneficial effects your val
" aable-EXPECTORANT-had on my neighbor,
the-Rev. Mr.'Rushing, made so favorable im
y"- pression otimy mind, that after consulting with
-" se ailfriendsandlearning tiat you were.a
islarPrasttiionerof lldc e.claduo
Tasftllisic~hl i -oe~oaeaii
; ' eIchtf Illivelf t thmini foa ldl
- h av'e a ood report from me
- Pam alive and well this d'ay Thanks to a
- nerciful God; and your Expecturant; anid unow
l come forward cheerfully to fulfil miy promise.
~ <-~ ~.For twenty long years had I been a constant
sufferer from the e tfects of a hard, dry cough,
pain in the breast, and difficulty of breathing ;
the last five or whic:h, chills and fevers, every
..wring and fall, added to my misery. I was
sporn away to a mere skeleton; with the great.
st diffiulty onaly could I get up and down
stairs; nmy appetite was gone, and ty strength
-had so far fadled me, thait my friends were per
snaded [could not survive many weeks, unless
I obtained relief. Indeed, uir, my situation was
so~ perfectly miserable to myself, and so disi
tressmng to my famnily,. that I felt willing to die
wheonever at sluhuld'pease4 the Master t o take
tie honme. Buit I heard of your nmedicine, and
relief came. Yes! it p roved theo "Balma of
Gilead" to may poor a~licted body. Bef'ore I
had take:a os a novr.E, [ experientmod a miti
gation of tall mny symptoms, and to my great
- joy I found in the continued use of' it the hap.
piest relief. [an shourt sir, IT HAS MA DE A
PElRFECT CURE OF ME-nand I cana truly
sa'y, I haave nao desire to be better.
- R. S. lwOBEwrS is Dr. D. Jayne's only
Agenat iat Edgeitield C. H1.
Sjuy 21 3t 26
- us. . -
& A'ARPAJ * .
ACOUSTIC OIL! -
THE ONtr CURE FOa
0OR the cure of DEAFNESS, Pains, and
- ? the discharges of' imatter from the Ears.
Also, all those disagreezable noises. ike the
buzzinag of insects, fallinag of water, whaizzing of
steam, &c., &c., which ard synmptoms of ap
*proaching Deafness, and talso generally attend.
ait with the disease. Maniy persons who haave
beena deaf' fur teal, lfteeni and twenity years, aind
-were obliged ta uase ear trumpets, have, alter
using one 01' twoa bottles of this medicine,
thrown aside their traumpets, beiaig made per
* fcctly wvell.
The applicaition of tle Oil prodauces ano paina,
but-on ite contrary an agreable anid pleasant
sensation The recipe for this Modicinie has
been obtained f'ronm an Aurist of great reputa
tion, who has fotnid, from long observation
that deafntess, in ninetecen cases out ol' twenty,
was produced either fromt a want of action in
the nlervee of' hearing, or a dryness in the ears;
his object, therefore, was to find something
that would create a healthy condition ini those
'parts. Afler a long series of experimenlts, his
efforts wver- lit..last crownied with succes, ain
-- the discoyery of thi' preparation, which lias.
receivedl the name~ of "SCARPA'S COM
POUND ACOUSTIC OiL.'" It has been
used in this country abouit six years, and so
- wonderfuil has beeii its effects in curing and re
mnaning the deaf, thuat from'pure mnotives of lhn-,
inanity, it is now offered to the public, that all
may have ana opportunity of provmng its cffica
but such is the conmfidence in the medicinte, and
an higli its repntation, that but few ofthaem will
It i3 only necessary to add, that this medicine
has been recommended andI used by many of
-the-hbest phsycsicians and surgeons in Europe
andin his country.
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS, Agent,Edge
feld Courthouse, South Carolina.
march 10 *.tf * 7
Hlead; - e's
Lrergso's'y 1~y 847.
H E folloiin ImPrade for
tReview ad sand places
as Mivlows, viz:: : -- ..
The 39th R gimentxt -afttY' near Ruff's
mountairn, o ded da August-next.
The 38th Regiment iFi utVry ,'at Killer's,
on Thursday the 5thofAusL.
The 10th RegimeptVs ahy, at Martins,
on Saturday-he;7t ug
The 40th. Reginiedt ofiiL ryat Boyd's,
on Tuesday the l0tboCA'it .'
The 41st Regimenttff Ia trj, at Park's old
field, on Thuralaylhb2lr A gust.
The 45th Regimenstlfnf attyat the Burnt
Factory; on Saturday ite 41s ofAugust.
The 9th Regiment:o1Cysl yinear the Glenn
Springson Tuesd y 'ht of August.
The 36th Regimenr (iiktiry at Timmons'
old field, on Tuesday ti24ti of August.
The 1st Regimentf-Infaitry, at Burtob's,
on Thursday the 26 NfAust
The 3d Regimento faiitly . t Toney's old
store, on Saturday tbei8th o:AUgust.
The 1st Regiment-ioq g.vilry,. at Pickens.
ville. on Tuesday i n3lstotjgust. "
The5th Regime jt Hunter's,on
Thursday the 2d of Se f :ext.
The 2d Regimeni P f. 6 at Hull's, on
Saturdy the 4th of Sepeur.
The 49d. Regiment'ff u atry at .inton's,
on Tuesday the 7thofe tiiber.
The 4th Regtmetof fni , at Varrenes,
on Thursday.the 9th of diepte . r
The 6th Regtin "t 6fsfiieat Lomax, on
Saturday the 11th of Sieter
The 8th Re-ime t lnfr) ,i,.at any place
the Brigadier'General nayiietand report to
this Departmentdtid potsl'ited on Tuesday
the 14th of September:-'? + '
The 2d Regiment of avah~at-Longmires,
on Thursday the 16th ofSep@ Aier.
- The 9th RegimentofIn faniyat Lowe's, on
Saturday the 18th o'Septei : "
The 7th Regimentof-Infant , at the Old
Wells, on Tuesday the2lst of eptember.
The 10th Regim nifInfoaItd y atRichard
son's. on Thursday tis234 B8ptember.
The Commissionedad'ni commissioned
Officers, will assembleatf thiriiespective pa
rade grounds on the-dayprevious,rer drill and
instruction. - w-"
rhe Major Generals~willwith their staff, at
tend the reviews,.inthei'diisionand the Bri
gadier Generala, wilL 'ith theiritaff' attend in
their respective Briiai odairecharged with
the extension dithis 2 .
By order oftheCimmii~eiirn.Chief,
J : W. EANTEY,
READ IT! IT SPEEKS 'FOBITSEi.F,
AND Co!MMStTS Aft UMtllfN5RTY!!
-Piadlphi "Mes 28, 1845
Dr. Jayne- . eeL.bund to the
afflicted to give. ubliity to the extraordinary
effects of your vals nediine
I have suffeiir ears at with
Liver Complaini trnof diseases
which follows-4'eonif ti rotration of the
I could walk, 's '-confined to
my room. To add tooy;misory, a Scrofulous i
affection a dithRoat wuhRbeu- I
matismin nty trine;s old not .raise
mf y ight r arn j e:. hottest
weather - o aclse.with
;l 6-66 !Aost seabed.
hr beee 'cough
arid gave'ip a1 i ergettiiig wel.
I had:nig hitsweats, andg ittle or no sleep,
with frightful dreams andm srbiI headache,
I seemed to be borderig onrJNSANITY, and
was denied ..all ..t dsiexercise-. I
dould nut reada smaliar aph. in anews. .,
paper without ~ii'~ , pl~lr. I had, great
soreness in my3 stom ~hch caused it to
swell so much that wa uinable to lie down, I
or even to recline, buta to be ipropped in a
h had the advice of some eminent physicians,
and tried nearly all thlienieedies used in such
cases, but continued to-grow worse, and it ap-.
peared as though a. pedy dissolution was ta- '
king place. .
I now heard of youn medicines, and deter- d
mined to try your SANATIVE PILLS, and a
to my snrprise the soreness left me, so I could
walk about the house.-. I coatinued to' im- I
prove fr'om that time. AShortly after my wire
called at your Store,'uadistated my case to you,
and you sent me a- bottle of- your Alternative,
and also word to come and.see you, and you '
would investigate my csse/and cure me. This I
I did not believe, as I felt I was beyond the 1
reach or human skilL'. t
After taking yoiir'Allemrative and Pills, ror
three weeks, thero twisadecided chaiigo for
the better, so that wiia'1ealled up~on ycu, you
said I would uet well;-adathat your Alterative 1
would cure me efetiially. With no hopes, r
however, of getting~well,I still conitiniued ta
king your Alternatefuintil;. I had taken the ~
fourth bottle, when ther'e-was-a sudden changet
in my whole system, as thdmigh I ha-l got rid oft
some~ great burthen, and ' could draw my
breath as usual. My ne'rves gradually became
among, and my appetitireturned.
It has been about four monthssince I com
tienced taking your-'Medicinds, and at -this ~
tme nearly'every vestige of disease is eradica
ed from my system I am as active. aind nearly C
aa strong, as at -any-period or my life I have
now gained nine pouuds an two months.
I have good reason std'believe- that the use
of your valuable Mepisinies,:by the help of
God, has saved me-fromh's'~reinature grave:
Hlallowel Court, in Ppular~ Street, between a
Seventh and Eighth sts>W .
Prepared onl by DrJ~Iajne; No-8 South ~
Third at., PhilaelphiEK-~ I
R. S. ROBERTS'Is?Dr&D. Jayne's only
Agent at Edgefield Cniur~tieuse.
july 28 St 2y3
T OOTH ACHE CUROED.
Mr. JosxsmRnwliwr sN378 Market St.
Dear Sir:-Afler hayii'ffered many days
and nights with. an ex inating-toolth ache
and tried every other rei" "without relief, I
was iinduced to try the eft;of your MAGIC g
LOTION, and to my uttaastomsahment, I was 4
completely cured in fiv'aiites.- s~ v
Yours, di~BAKlfE SHEE, j
Paper Wuarehouse-iNe29 Commerce St-.
-Philadelpbsgeb.'25th. 1840. tI
R. S. ItOBERT, AiuEdgefield C. H., a,
South Carolina. yad1.. - I
july 21 -:.~~~A~tf.- 28 E
ALL Persons hiaviti nids against the a
estate ofH~eii'" Wee d., ate request
ed to present them' llties d, and thoes E
mndebted sare reqged iimeiate pay
mont. -THOS. Lj(EAmiiraor .
JunEarW J -? t 10
T HIS certainsube s~emedy
has nevefbi i.he af- 1
ficted should bj'r 4 l~fed C. 1
Hlouse~b y ~ ~ S
F ACT ORAGE
TH E Subscribes
have purchased from
.... the Cotton Warehouse
in. Hamburg, recently occupied by Dr. J F.
Grifin, and formerly by. Messrs. H.,L. Jeffers
& Co., siiuated at the foot of the Hill, and im
mediately at the head of the main business
street. Fromt its superior location, and being
surrounded by a stream c.f water, it is compar
atively exempt from the casualty of fire and en
tirely above the reach of high freshets. .
They propose to carry on exclusively the
WAREHOUSE & GENERAL FACTORAGE
under the firm of GEIGER & PARTLOW.
Having engaged an experienced and cow
.petent assistant, in addition to their own per
sonal attention, and possessing means to make
liberal advances on Produce consigned to then
care, they hereby render their services to Plan
ters, Merchants and others, in the storage ant
Cotton, Flour, Bacon,
and other Produce, in Receivingand Forward
ing Merchandise, and purchasing goods to or
Their charges will be regulated by the usua
rates of the place.
W: W. GEIGER,
JAMES Y.'L. PARTLOW.
Hamburg, June 3, 1846.
june9 - Gm 20
T HE Subscriber is now receiving a splen
did Stock of NEW GOODS at th
Brick Store formerly occupied by Presley n
Bryan, consisting of alt kinds of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. HARD
WARE, CROCKERY, 3HOES,
to which he invites his friends and the public
to call and examine for themselves, before pur
N. B. Goods very low for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
April 6th 1847. tf 12
Cheap Sugar and Coffee.
4 Hogshead prime Sugar 10 and 11 pounds
4 Bags Coffee 10 pounds for $1,00
6 4 " Old Rio, 11 pounds for $1,00
4 Barrels Crushed Sugar
1 " powdered loaf Sugar
2 Hogsheads line Molasses at 37& cents r
R. S. ROBERTS.
Fine Lemon Syrup at 50 cents a Bottle.
july 6 tf 24
Consolation for Segar
C ONSOLACION Segars very choise
GOLD LEAF Do . quality
The best ever in this market, come and try
them. You've never tasted anything like the
exquisite flavor of those fine Segars. Real
BUENA VIsTA Segars very fne Er Esxano Se
gars nearly as good. ARoMATic Tosacco firs1
rate, $1.00 per pound, Mrs. Millers fine cat
for chewing. Goodwin's Patent Honey dew
fins cut Tobacco.
R, S. ROBERTS.
July7 if 24
ALEM WITCHCRAFT OUTDONk.-.
S Mr. T. Rowand-Dear Sir-For four or
five years I have suffered greatly from Rhen
matism in my head, which during the last year
became worse and worse. For four or five
weeks previous to the 15th inst., 1 had suffered
without intermission, my general health was
much impaired, my sight injured, and my head
so sensitive, that I could scarcely rest it upon
the pillow. - Two days since, i single applica'
ion ofyour 'MAGIC; LOTION,"relieved:mie
eitirelyintwo; or three minutes: I hafe ap.
nearlyone S6 great.and 'sudden wa' the
:hange, thati can scarcely, realize .that I am
the same man.
Ilave also cured one of my children, and a
female friend of headache in two or three min
,So great is my confidence in the "MAGIC
CTION" that I would -not be'without a hot
te for "fifly times its cost."
JACOB W. SOUDER,
-No. 350 Market staeet.
Philadelphia, January 17th, 1846.
Prepared and sold Wholesale and Retail, by
. T. Rtowand, 370 Market street.
For sale by R. SE ROBER'('S, Edgefield
ourtHoufe S. C.
july 28 3t 27
T H E Proprietor, many years ago, while
searching for a remedy for his own ill
ealth which the prescription of the day had
failed to. benefit, to his n pon the composition of
these Pills, and they p roved entirely successful
in restoring his health. Their composition
was freely communicated tn many Physicians,
uid it was not the design of the Inventor that
they should extend beyond the private practice
of himself, and that of his medical friends. A p
plications for them. hiowvever, began to multi.
ply,and he was advised by many of his profes
sonal brethren, and other gentlemen, of char
*eter andi distinction, to psrre aie a quantity of
them and place them in the hands of an apo
thecary. Even this seemed insufficient, and he
was urged to send them. b~y means of agencies,
throughout the country. Caloimel had long
been a comm in domestic remedy. There was
scarcely a family in which a ,ial of it was not
to be found, and in wvhich it was not used with
a degree of freedom from which a well inform
ed Physician should shrink. A strange infatn
ition too seemed to exist among many of ihe
Faculty. Hardly a case was prescenbed for
whether acute or chronic, in which c'ahomel
was not given, in some stage of the disease,
without fear or reflection:: and thousands are
still sisflering from its pernicious effects. Cal
ortel is, without doubt, a most valuable medi
ine, and in some cases may be regarded . as
essential, but itasould not be stricken from the
list of domestic remedies, anud be administered
oly under the psudent and judicious advice
o a thoughtful Physician. Uponatrial, by miany
Physicians and others, these Piills wvere found
to be a substitute for mercural preparations in
large ntumber of cases, anid hence thcir popu
larity, and the large demand for them. The
idea of obtaining a Patent for thenm was never
ntertained, nor has it been sought to this day.
t was believed that by giving them a popular
form and circulating them through the country,
housands would be benefitted by their use,
ho would, otherwise, never hear of the pres
cription and never learn that a preparation had.
been compounded which rendered the indis
criiinate and pernicious use of calomel un
isecessary. These were some of tbe indnce
nents wvhiich led the Inventor of the Pills to
to consent that they should become an object of
ptblic sale :
None are genuine without the signature of
JNO. BECK WITH, M. D.
For sale by, R. S. ROBERTd, Agent, Edge
feld C. H,. South Carolina.
A pril 28Gmm 14
TtH E Estate of Gilber: Summerall being
ADerelict allithose having demnands, are
requested to present. them, duly attested, and
those indebted to make immediate payment to
the subscriber. -
OHN HILL, 0. F,: Di.
may2 9 t 18
OR the cure of Wilde Swellings, Serofulas,
- and other tumors, Ulcers, Sore Legs, old
Lnd fresh ounds, Sprains and Bruises, Swel
ings, and Infammation, Scald' Head, Sore
3reasts, of women, Rheumati pains, Tetters.
Eruptions, Chilblains, Whitlowos, Bites, Corns,
mnd external diseases generally. It is likewise
reatly superior i any medicine heretofore
flscovered for the chafed backs and limbs of
vorses; .for ringworms, chapped lips, and in
short for every externalbodily evil that may fall
o the lot of man or beast. The proprietor of
his noble specific can positively state, without
ear of contradiction, that it is vastly superior
o any compound ever discovered, or at least
hat is known in these days, in the cure of the
ibove complaints. Indeed, too much cannot
te said in its favor, for there is nothing more
aertain, than its efficacy in the matters for which
t is recommended, and the speed and perfec
ion of its cures are such as to have the appear
ince of being miraculous. No house should be
vithout this almost uiiiversal'intment, for the
nmates of all houses are liable to scalds,scintch
is, cuts, bruises, burns, corns, chapped lips,
cc. &c. Arc.; from any or all of which they
,an receive but little injury if they have a box
>f Harrison's unrivalled specific to contend
with them. For Piles and Salt Rheum it sur
asses all other remedies.
For sale by T. Risley, Hamburg; and
I. D. TIBBETTS,
LEdgefield Court House, S. C.
july 28 _ b6m 2y
T ESTIMONIALS.-Extract of a letter
from Dr Waines, of Philadelphia, Feb.
i, 1840.-" Your Pills are the mildest in their
perations, and yet most powerful in their ef
cts, of any that I have ever met with in a prac
ice of eight and twenty years. Their action on
he chyle and hence on the impurities of the
>lood, is evidently very surprising:'
Extract of a letter from Dr. Henry Hall, of
Quebec, L.-C., March 6, 1841.-" For bilious
revers, sick headaches, torpidity of the bowels,
and enlargement of the spleen, Dr. Peters'
Pills are an excellent medicine."
For sale by all the Druggists in Augusta,
Hamburg, and in Charleston by P. Melvin
ohen, No. 19 Ilayne street, Haviland. Har
-al & Allen, King street ; Nelson Carter, Meet
ng street; E. M. Carey, Broad street. and
Amos Head. corner East Bay and Broad street.
I. Risley, Hamburg ; and
J. D. TIBBETTS.
Edgefield Court House, S. C.
Junly 28 6m 27
Lucina Cordial; or the
ELIXIR OF LOVE.
THIS is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption, Barrenness,
m potency, Incorhaa or Whites, Obstruction,
)ificult or Painful Menstruation,Incontinence
if Urine, or involuntary Discharge thereof;
nd for general prostration of the system, whe
her the result of inherent causes or produced
iy irregularity, illness or accident.
There is not a shadow of doubt that this is
roe, and were not the subject of too delicate a
nature, hundreds would testify to the unrival
td efficacy of this Cordial as a specific for bar
ounness, flour albus, gleets, irregularitiei in the
aretions, pains in the Kidneys, female sup
aessions. For sale by all the principal Drug.
ets iii Augusta, Hamburg and Charleston..
U Price, $3 per bottle.
For sale by Haviland, Barral & Allen, King
treet ;.P.Melt' " hen, No.19 Hayne street;
saon Cjarte street;ad E.M-Ce
oy, Broad ~i aon; T. Risley,Ham
erg; and J. D. TiBBET'',
Edgefield Court House, S. C.
July 28 6m 27
l'yler's A rue & Fever Pills.
4- CERTAIN, safe and effecnal cure for
Agiue and Fever, in all varied forms. Al
o, an excellent Tonic in Dyspepsia, Palpita
oi of the Heart, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia,
lervous and other diseases, which arise from a
teak and debiilitated condition of the system.
BAltimore, December 15th, 1843.
Dr. G. K. TvLE.-Dear Sir-It is with
rest pleasure that I announce to you a perfect
esoration of uiy healsh by the use of your in
aliable pills. I had been suffering from
:hills and Fevers for eighteen or twenty months.
uring which time I took five bottles of Row
nd's1 Tonic Mixture, Dr. Sherman's Fever and
aguae Lozenges, Dr. Love's Vegetable Elixir,
Eener's Powders, Barks, Quinine, Thompso.
iian Medicines, Arsenic, Herbs, and in fact
lm ost all the popular remedies I could hear of;
ad yet received no lasting benefit. The chills
reri stopped by Quinine and otier tings, but
(:-a few days or weeks they would return
gain, as had or worse tihan belore Towards
te last the chills came only every third- day,
nd these were followed by fever of such se
eriav as to affect any reason and it was found
ecessary for some one to watch with me un
11th3 paroxysm passed off. At last I procuaredl
box: ofyouir pitlIs, atnd only took four of them;
its o completely stopped the chills, that.I
ave never had a return of them up to this
te, (nearly two years) and near a yeatr of
tis time was passed in the same place where I
rt auaght thme disease.
That my case is not one cured by chance is
rovam from the farct that four pills out of the
am box cured Capt. Reuben Banks, so ef
ictually that he has never had the disease since.
heras before he often suffered from it. Two
ther person'were also cored by the contents of
is same box, sod they neither of them have
ad a return of it although they both reside
rhere they are exposed every season.
I know several others who have been pured
y our pills, but it is unnecessary to detail
ter cases. The best certificates of their effici
ncy an Chills anid Fever, will be a few doses,
nd if they are as beneficial to others as they
av been to me they may be truly called a pub.
Iam iih much respect your obiee't. serv't.
For sale by T. Risley. Hamtbirg. S. C., and
J. D. TIBBETTS,
Edgefield C. H., S. C.
july 28 6m 27
Dr. Gordon's Pills.
GREAT ARRIVAL !
O Bushels or 25,000 btiies of Dr. GOR
DDON'S FAMILY PILLS.-The
mst and increasingdemnanid for this new and
stly celebrated Medicine, and the numerous
ires they are daily effecting isr all portions of
a-country where they have been introduced,
r Dysiepsia, Liver Complaints and Billious
leeases, with their well known attendants1
ick Head-ache, &c., has induced the under
igned to make arrangemnents to receive their.
tocks-direct from the Proprietor, and would
y to -their numerous customers that they are
repared to supply them, wholesale or retail,
t New York prices.
t17 $2 pier doxen, or 2.4 cents per box.
By P. Melvin Cohen, No. 19 Hayne street;
avland, Harral & Allen, Kinig street; Nel
in Carter, Meeting street, E. Ml. Carey,
road street; and Amos Heed, corner East
lay and Broad street, Charleston; '1.' Risley,
Iamliirg; andl . D. TJBBETTS,
. .Edgefield Court Houses, S. C~a
ul 29. 6 2
Rerimental Orders, No. 59.
I accordance with General Orders, No. 15
I ton City, Capt. Brooks, of Company D, a
Captain Joseph Kennedy, of Company G, ant
tailed for the Recruiting service.
11. Captain Brooks will, on the receipt of thl
at.Washington, for instructions. In the auteri
Edgefield C. H. South Carolins.
Ill. Captain Kennedy and Lient. Kershaw v
olina. They will report on 'their arrival to Cap
City. and until furthar orders from the Adjutani
dy will open a Recruiting Rendezvous at Fort
IV. In addition to the Monthly Reports to i
report monthly to the Head Quazters of this R,
In obedience to the foregoing erder, I will
the duty assigned me, notil a reply to the appli
ton, for permission to join my Regiment has be
The recruits enlisted by Capt. Kenedy, Lt.
to the South Caroline Regiment, and will be re
is thus presented to those gallant spirijs of Edg
appointed only by a want in number, of now g
A Bounty of $12 00 will be paid to each
dition to the Monthly pay of $7 00, the provis
of Congress, together with other provisions oft
even in a pecuniary point of view.
By the 9th Section of an Act of Congress,
additional military force, and for other purposes
private now in service or who may hereafter b
and who shall receive an honorable discharge el
for disability incurred in the-course of his servi
and sixty acres of Land, which he will be at lib
lands that may be subject to private entry; or hi
receive treasury scrpt to the amount of eose n
payable semi-annualy, and redeemable at the I
Each and every soldier, mustered into th
Wade, and who has not been legally discharge
Edgefield C. H., 5th July 1847, .
Recruitng Rendezvous. J3
- HEALTHMADE EASY.
DR. LE ROY'S,
VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS.
T HE startling drawback on nearly all Me
dicinal Agents has ever been that in their
process of purgation and purification they have
also Deilitated the System.-Hence Purgative
Medicines have always been regarded as at best
but a Necessary Evil, Patients resorting to them
for the relief of one disease at the expence of
another.-To obviate this Physicians have long
sought for an Agent that would at the same
time PURGE, PURIFY and STRENGTH
EN. But their efforts were nearly fruitless,
and they had almost despaired of success when
the labors of science, and research.were. re
warded by a discovery which fully realized the
fondest desires of the Medical Faculty, and
which is justly regarded as one of the most im
portant Trinmphe that Pharmacy has ever a
chieved.-This important desideratum is nam
ed Dr. LE ROY'S VEGETABLE UNIVER
SAL PILLS, which purify the -Blood and re
move all cotrupl, and vitiated humors,.and un.
healthy accumulations from the body in a man
ner never before rivalled, and which yet pro
duce no weakness or lassitude whatever, but
on the cdr'atry; tone the Stonach and invigo
rate the canetitution .durinh pge'~'' f thir
,operations:. DrLe-9toy's il fa'tisdits
able'qualities, Evacuation and.Inavgo ratiifor
they are at the isam time a STRENGTHEN
ING PURGATIVE,anda PURIFYlNG TO
The two ;principle ingredidals in Dr. Le
Roy's Pilsare WILD C H ERRY and SAR
SAPA RILLA, so prepared that each promotes
the beneficial effect of the other, the former
strengthening, while the latter, througli its union
with various vegetable ingredients, evacuates,
and purifies-thus they superinduce no torpid
ity or lassitude of the Digesive Funetions, and
hence their operations are attended by no Re
action, or subsequent Costiveness..
Dr. L1e Roy's Pills'are the most-active and
seatching Medicine in existence. They at once
attack the very root of Diseases, and their ac
tion is so pronmp', that in an hour or two aller
they are taken, the patient is aware of their
good effects. They not only operate on the
Blood, but also on the chyle, of which the blond
is formed, and this secures good blood from the
fountain head, moreover they-produce netther
nausea, griping or debility, and as a family
Medlcine they have no rival.-Pice 25, Cznrs
For sale by 3. D. TIBBETT'S. Edgefield
C. H., S. C. july 7 6m 24
Warranted to Cure.
H EM ORR HOIDS, OR PJLE.:1, is a disease
produced by local irritation, costiveness, purga
tive stimulants, undue determination of blood
to the hemorrhoidal vessels by extcessive aidinmg
or walking, or a congestive state of the liver,
and peculiarity of the constitution itself.
-It is usually considered under three forms.
or varieties, as follows-Blind Pfles, White
Pdles, and Bleeding Piles.
This disease is so common, and so vcry well
knowp, that a description of its symptoms is
not deemed necessary.
The success that has followed the use of the
Embrocation in the cure of ihis disease, has
been truly astonishing. Physicians now ad
vise their patients to try,'as the only
In addition to its being a positive remedy E
the Piles, it never fails to cure that lNTOLn,
RA BLE ITC HING, which is so very commoe
and has its location in the same parts as th
Read the following, from the editorial co
lumns of Alexander's Weekly Messengerk
Found at last-A cure for thes PileS-Physi
cians and Chemists lhave longbcen anxious to
discover a medicine that would enre one of the
most troublesome diseases, the Piles. Success
has at last been the resnit. Dr, JACKSON'S
PILE EMBROCATION not only stops all
bleeding, allays pain and infiamation, subdues
that intolerable itching, but effectually cures,
like a charm, and in a very short time, persons
whose lives have been rendered miserable fur
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS, Agent, at
Edgefield Court House, SouthCarolina.
march 10 tf. t
SBales NORTHERN HOMESPUNS
For sale by
R. S. ROBERTS.
juno 18- St 21
Pdebla, Mexico, June Sd;:1
from the Adjutant Genet 18' ff
w on leave of absence, OBiC
I Lieut.J. B. Kershaw, of Conjao
morder, report to the Atbotati
in he will open a Recruiting R
rill proceed by tomoro w
t Brooks,, the senior officeriA' )a'I
.General's Ollice; at ;Wasbingtdn;Ca t.
Meultrie, and LieuRerslhawt Ca
ie Adjutant Generals O e :
JAMES CA _
remain at Edgeffeld C::_
:ation I have madeio th t
en received. adeco'a
Kershaw, and myself,
:eived as Volunteer,...A~svourble " ,'
efield who burned to min 1#in a
ratifying their earnest a s n
ecrmt, immediately on his eali inen
on made in the subjoined.e xei f
lothing, rations, &c., nakethaeei
entitled " An Act to raise;'for klhsted.
" "each non o msn
a enlisted during the pre'sett igfr".
ther by expiration of his' rmjo(.'
ce, will be entitled to awaiian
awty to locate in one body; iponui o be
may, at his option, when honorabfya
IIIDRED DOLLARS, bearing sig peca
leasure of the Government.;'
e service of the United States by
I, will report in person tome, (ord .
P. S. BROOKS,Cs
ly 7 . tf
The U. S. Ditrietr r
DISTRICT OF'SOUTH- CARD
IN the Matter of Henryem. May t% tota
Merchant of Edgefield-Digicn4i3=;k.
Pursuant to an Order of
oftthe United States, for the b 'd
Carolina, notice is hereygive
shown befbre the. said:Corta
Court House in Chale.n halfS t
of November next, .at ehebond,oio
why the said Henry H Mason shour
receive his Discharge and Cesi6i
Charleston 26th day of~uaesi47'
STATEIOF SUdWT R
IN TEE COMMOJN
.G..L. &JMPensdc V ,
James B. Harri.
AMES B. '--RR
the Accatd of. the Slr e
.trieti;bf dirtti' f t
cieodn trin e
-Nothice 6l t
nisai -ieB arstai~~I
be earda-d cne
hseon -ijithe st a era.O crnt
sothei ay the CorGij~
call d the cnsolventingon th
of Mr."Tompkins, de fendr' y il'
Noticea is hereby-nrt ~ i a: ' L ikkea
& Pen & Co., an d l h ibit~'~
itsftesaidJames B .' hwuaar *
beoheadeid then sa re ihe
Hyoheiion o the said JainB
suld noter jahe n Co u ~ n
dishedte rcomeninemntb eml
witobe thext act afrsad, acrie-e t
disof daths i ae . ars
or atornyTo . sl.o C ON, eiiany
wiClteats Ofesulid, ccordng-to
STATE OF SOUTH NAROLN
' EDGEFIELD .ISTRIG~?M
iN T HE COMMON.PLES
Garvin & Haines, . -
rCharles B. Carter.
C HARLES B. CARTERw'
- the custody of the.8 Shrf.6
District, by virtue f thlirrei dln
at the snit of Garvin & Ha'~ebU
his petitian with a scheduls4i~ b
whole estate and effects, wi*
obtaining the benefit of the Azp e
ral Assembly, commonly caIlld.
Debtors Acts. Public Natie is liesb
to.-the said Garvmn & Haines.aod albih
creditors of the said Charles #..Catersi~
-said petition will be heard anider
the sixth day of' Ostober next,~
Court House, or on such otherday.
may order during the term, cowm
the first Monday in October &
and all the creditor. of thesaid
ter, are hereby summoned, prii
attorney, then and there in aidi Coi4
cause, siany they canr why the be~~fi
A cLs aforesaid, should not begra te4t
said Charles B. Carter. ngo ia usng.i
assignment required by s'adAt-? g
T~HO. G. BAVONjrL
Clerk's Office,. 2nd July,-384%#r
july 3 - . 23eSir3
MR. ROFF, who heldeonditiosaR i
.VEterest in the right of.Edgefil~
to Hotchkiss' Reaction Mill Whes4a
has never complied with said coid~a
tore lhe holds.no..interest, andr
sell or ma e any contract f~ di ~ l
We, the undersigned are'the o
riAht, and a tight purchaese s6i
unless our a~enit, will not biegooMd !
Mr.J. T. WINDEa,~weand fee
power to act as our agent. *~
- . COTHIRAN &diQQ
ifarch I1 1817.
ALIL Person. ifadebted to 11~aat o
.t.George Pope, deceasid'areid
fled that itis'absolutely necessarygteoet
the money..diite the Estate, and tihiise
doniot payp~illIbe sued befoeisfiu dj
The Notes areiniha hands of NL'
Jn 3 ___rt~