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Notice to Cotton Planters.
.will say to the Cotton Planters of Georgia
I -and South Carolina. that I have taken the
Shop formerly occupied by S L. CaENsHAW,
for the purpose of Manufacturing
and would inform them that I have engaged
Mr. Crenshaw. who will superintend the nan
ufacturing of them. Mly Gins shall be made
of the best materials, and I can say with pro
priety, they are the Cheapest G I N S in the
t'o ,thein States, taking the workmanship into
eonsideration. I will warrant my Gims to
make cotton equal to any made on any other
Gin in the Southern States, giving.the true
staple of the cotton, and making it perfectly
free-.Of knap and clear of moats. My Gims
will be delivered at the purchaser's residence
free of charge, and warranted to give ample
All Orders addresed to the Subscriber will
meet with prompt attention. Repairing done
in good style and at short notice All old Gins
of.10 inch saws I will repair and putt them on
improved pIrinciples, and also warrant then to
make as good cotton as any of the improved
Gins, and at much less cost than it new one.
J. 1) HAMMACK.
Crawfordville, Ga May, 1848. tm3ui-23
Oglehorpe County, April 22, 1847.
I have used, for the last three years, a ma
chine that was made by R. S. Crenshaw, of
Crawfordville. Ga. I consider it one of the
best Gisn I have ever seen. Two small umules
will gii, with a great deal of ease. three bales
per day. and I do not think there is a Gin in
Georgia that can excell it in making fine cot
ton. In fact, Mr. Crenshaw has sold a great
many Gins in this county and Elbert. and I
think every tnan who purchased is perf-etly
satisfied. All of his Gins which have been
sold in this county;and they are not a few. run
light, pick fast, and what is better than all. when
Two of my neighbors lately sold their crops,
ginned on my gin, and obtained five-eighths of
a cent per lb. above the market price. I have
not sold my cotton, but feel confident of getting
the.highest tmarket price when I do sell. From
all that I know of Mr. Hamiack's make of
Gis, and there are several in operation around
me, I would say to those wishing to purchase,
they would do well to try his before purchasing
elsewhere. -MoarnA GRIFFIN.
Taliafcrro Counts, Ga.. March, 1848.
I hereby certify that I putchased of J D.
Hammack, last year. a forty saw anti friction
cotton Gin, which performed as well as any gin
I have ever seen tried It made cotton equal,
in my'opiniorntfo that of any of the Carver gins,
i+hich,.are io hiably praised for iheir cotton.
My,giu and gir,house were consumed by fire,
and'as n report has gone abroad that the house
wes fied bytthe "in, I take this opportunity to
say,ii jiitice to Ml Mammack, that it is false.
I think I an withNio6fidence recomnmend his
Gins to those wishing td purchase. for this rca
onhisabik'is'"ll dodiiby 'a few and expe
rietced biinds,instead. of rough workmen,
is gererally-the:.case where- tere are a gi cat
tiary Gins iiade'. EraELDRED EDwAnDs.
S1Vara Couity."'Ga. March 28, 1848.
This iR''ertlfy.that I purchaeed.a fortyfotur
sw 1sot( ' Gii,' or thev box kind, from J. D.
JIaime'l'Wr"which performs wvell,
ikings ooadcotton"as any-gin'that 1 am
a'cqjnantd with.' itritits light and free of heat.
The bhmie's^X-considkr'equial to any now in- use.
I hive'ginned as much as 1000 lbs. of clen
cotan per day on it. To alt who wish to'puir
chase a g~ood Gin I would say try tihem before
going elsewhere. RADFORD Guss.
Durtmg my absence, for a short time
1W from the State, N. L. Ga:Fnis, Esq.I
will act as my Attornej; persons indebted to
me will please make payment to him.
SC. H. GOODMAN.
June 19, 1848. ti 22
Family Grocery & Liquor Store.
THE subscriber respectfully informs his
Afriends and the public that he has opened
a Store on the corner recently occupied by
Hetbert & Duiffy, where ha will keep on hand
a general and wvell assorted stock of FA Ml LY
GROCERIES, LiQUORS &c., which will
be sold on accommodatinig taerms
M. D. ROCH E
Hamburg, Aug16 3t 3
Afresh supply just received.
'For sale by R. S. ROBJERTS.
Ang 30 t f 32
Pine Apple Cheese.
Avery smaperior article,
For sale byf. S. ROBERTS.
Aug 30 tf 32
Boots and Shoes.
IN addrtion to my former large Stock, I have
-200 pra. Womens Shtoes a.t 50 ets.
100 ", Mens Brograns at 1 00
-100 " Boys " at 0241"
50h " ' " aut S7A"
T0 - Merns Slipers ait 50("
50 " Ladies Fmite Kid at 1 (0
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS.
Ang 30 tf 32
B ROWN, very suiperior, 11 lbs. for $1 00
LOAF ,'- 8 " 1 00
CRUSH ED, " 84 " 1 00
-For sale by R. S ROBERTS.
Ang 30 tr ,32
M RS. McCLINTOCK propo"es opening
a School on the 1st.of Septermberat lhen
residence. Murs. M. hopes by strict attentioni
to her. Pupils, to meet a share of public pa.
Children at a distance can be accommodated
as day bornders, per week. at - ' $1.00
Tsarrs.-Spellinig. Reading. Arithi
metre with plain Needle-work.
pen quarter. - ..'$5.00
Geography, History and Writing
with the above, - - $7.00
Anig 16 tf 30
For Sale or Rent,
T HE HOUSE and LOT formerly neenr
topied by S. S. Tompkins. E 1. Apply
.Aprill4 f t 11
-Bacon sand Lard...
TE1H E Subscriber has just received a larre
W supply of Choice BA CON and Leaf
LARD, which he offers low for C ASK.
J. A. WiLLUAMS.
Aug 99th, 1848- ff9
Bei~ng purely vegetable, free from all foreign
deleteriousor minet al preparationa, these pillsh
may be taken with the utmost afetdy undter at
most any circumstances. They strengthen the
stomach, mvigdrate the system, and entirely
prevent that langor and prostration ofbtrength
whli'.-h always atuend this disease.
-They also possess a decided superiority ov
er, quinme, ptus.iate of Iron, Arsenic, Boneset,
and the nuimerous oilier preparations usually
employed in the cure of FkEER & AGUE,
in-heing gendly appeerient, by this nieans car
ryig hemelesoff' thro,;h the mtdiumof
nat powers in the stomiachi, thus preveniting
the accumulation of those unpleasant symptoms
that almost universally followv the application
of the atoresaid medicines. wvhicht constring the
bowels, produce c.ongestion of' the liver, and
remain in the system to broud diseases more
danigerous thman those they are employed to
Hence it is said that those remedies in the
majority ofitnstances. only serve to suppress
the disease for a short period, while the dis
case still in his system as brooding new evils,
and soon developes itself tn a more dangerotus
form than at first; thtus thie necessity of'a med
icitie possessinag the qnalities of Dr. JA YN E'S
AGU E PI LLS, that cait he applied without
f'ear of experienceing those evil effetcts before
alluded to, attd with a full confidence of' receiv
ing a speedy anid rwlical cure.
Hi. J. liostick Esq. Drayton, Georgia. says.
Nov 18. 1846-Dr. D. Jayne, Dear Sir, aly
sides of' your p reparation have exceeded my
ex pcetations Yonur Expctorant, Vecrmifuge.
Carminative Balsam, and 1'erer Ague Nais, all
sell well, some of' which 1 att now ont of'. I
want an immediate supply of' all the above
namted Medicines, niore particularly a large
supply of the Expectoranut and Agute Pills.
We have yet amuog us a cood tnany long
standing cases of' Chills and Fevers, iio which
your Apine pills have never failed io enre.
Your Alterative is jtast beginnuing to be
known here and appreciated. If' I htad had
enough of your Fever atnd Agnae Pills I could
have soIM more than a hunidred dollars worth
of' thett. Yours &c. II. J. BOSTIGK.
M.essra. J & HI. Mloore, Lisbon, Ill. says.
Oct 31, I846:; Your Agner Pills are abont gone,
anid hiaver given untiversal satisfaction.
Win. Uell Esq WVah.nt Grove, Alabama.
says: Nov. 9th, 1846; I have sold all your A
gnte Pills and Tonic Vermifuge. They are
doinig wonders here. I am sorny you did tnot
send me more uftheum.
Fot side by R. S. ROBERTS,
Ontly Agrent iti this place f'or the sale of Dr.
Jaytne's celebrated Family Medicine.
Aug 16 3m 30
T H E SUBSCRI BER, A GENTFOR THE
CHARLESTON STEAM COTTON
MILL offers f'or sale
4-4 & 7-S heavy Sheetings and
Shairtinigs fronm that Factory. These goods are
remnarkable' for weight anad finish, and will give
good satisfaction to the buyer,
various styles of Brown & Bleached Goods,
Osnaburge, Prinats. &c
Particular attention will be given to the sale of
Southern Manufactiured Goods-consignments
or which are respectfully .solicited, and upon
wvhich advances will be made if desired.
JAMEFS H. TAYLOR
Charleston, Antg 30th, 1848, 6t 30
FOR .SA LE.
ATRACT OF LAND., containing Five
Ahundred and ei 'hty-five acres, (5i85),
twelve miles from Ed eld U. H..'lyidig be
tween Beaverdam mari Prkejv.GreeIhe.. 4
miles fromt Carroll's Mill.
Tertns will be made easy.
R. PLATT BRUNSON.
SPATE O SOU'Th ij I ;NA:.
IN' THE.'C017RT0 0rtr ; IIf4 Y
Y JOHN- H'IL, Eii. .rdiary of
JPEdgefiel District. - ;
Whereas Henry . .' ,Cubresfb and
Mary -H. Scurry: bath. ap'pli rto: e
for Letters-of-- Administration on all. and
ingolar the gooda and' chat O yrights
nd credits of William'Se6r tlate of
the. Dist rict aforesaid, decelsed:!f
,These are, thererore, toc d a rio
sh all and singular, the kin cd,tt credi
ors of-the said deceased,:t Iie ati'appear
fore me, at our next Ordinary's Court
or tbesaid-District to be holdenlat Edge
eld Court House on the-1-Ib;day of
September'inst., to show caiieif. any,
by the said a'dministration,shoild not be
Given und-er my hand aind lal ibis 4th
lay of September in the jear l6oqr Lord
ne thousand -eight hundred inidAiiy-eight
and. in the soventy-tbird year of;Ameri
JOHN'LL, . D.
Sept. 6 . 2t 33
STATE OF SOUTH CAR .LINA.
B Y JOHN-HILL, Esq.0 iary of
Edgefield District: -
Whereas Thomas Kelley lialh ap
plied to me for letiers of. adtinitiiation.
on all and siugular the goods itlchattles.
rights and credits of D...'D. Plunkei
late of the District aforesaid,;dec'd.
Thege are, therefore. to cite and'admon
ish all.-'nd singular, the kindred anad er-"a
tors of the said deceased- 4 '
JOHN HILL,O eE. D.
Sept G 2 . 33
STATE OFSOUTH CAROLINA
Mary Langley and others,
vs. IBill for artition.
Jacob Langley and others. S
OTIC E is hereby given, that by-irtue of
N the decree of'the Court of Eqait in this
:ase, I shall sell at Edgefield. C. H., on the first
Monday in Octoher_next, the.following tracts
of land belonging to the Estate of Henry Lang
dey deceased, viz: i '"
The Matthew Rhodes' intet, coitainrn.two
hundred acres, more or less, situated in the
District and State aforesaid,. on ffeetown
Creek, and adjoining lands of-. state of
John Anderson deceased, John 'E. Ha ison &
The Bill Langley tra-t, coning 'w hun
dred acres more or leaj, and adjgini :laids of
')evore, Alfred Bell, Jnniesi -eri and
E. Harrison,and the atiove tcC escribed
"atthew Rhodes' tract.
-v Creek tract, containing'twohin
areu ano nve acres more or less. aniidjuining
lands of Hugh Mosely. James Clieatham. Star
ling Barnett and Wils,m C. Robertson.
The above lands will be sold on; a credit of
one and two years. with interest front the day
of sale, except fo,rso mucht as will p'gy the cost,
to be paid in cash The purchtase tnoney
to be secured by bond with good seutrities
S. S. TOMPKI1S-cLz~. .
Commissioner's Office, Sept.-5tli,1848.
Sep.6G. 4 & 3
STAT E OF SOUT H-CAROLINA.
IN E QUTY.
Herbert 13. Elder,
vs. . Bill foar foreclosure
John fill, Ordinary, and (.andasale.
NOTICE is hereby give'n,that h,y .virtue of
the decree of the .Court in this case. I
shall sell at Edgefield, Cpurt House on the
first Monday in October''next. One tract oi
land, containting five hundi'nd and twenty-three
acres more or less, situate in.-the District and
State afuresatd, on the Mdartintown and Scott
Roands, and Gunnell's Cr-eek. bounded' by
lands of Lee Holstein. Davi'd Qutarles, Daniel
Pre-c"tt, Henry Waldrum and Mrs. Whitaker.
Tertms of sale cash.
S. S. TOMPKINS., c.z. a. D.
Commnissioner'3 Office,,Sept. 5th,-1848.
Sept.ti .4t.o 33
State of South CaEolina.
E IJGEFI ELD DIST RICT,
iN T HE COURT OF,. PRD1NA RY.
Thomnas McCarty and, wife, '
Palsey and others, Applicants. j1 Summons
vs. - sn
Polly Stewart and others, IPart itavon.
I T appearing to my satisfaction. that Thoma.
Stewart, William Thompson, Thomas
Thompson, Alexander Thomtpson, Narcilla
Thompson, Nelly Thompson.. PolIey Thomp
son, and Tabitha Thampeon, Distrabuatees in
the Real Estate of Alexander Stewart deceased,
live withont the lin:ite of this State. It is
therefore ordered, that they do applear in the
Court of Ordinary for the'District aforesaid.
and object to the Sale or Division of the Real
Estate aforesaid, ott or before the fourth day of
December next, or ''ir consent. will be
entered of Recoad.
Given tunder my hand at my Office, this day
the 28th Attgust, 1848.
JOHN HIJLL,, 0. E. D.
Aug3 03m 32
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Sam'l Harrib and
Win. Harris, A ppte
vs Summots in
Jared Harris, and . Partition.
Wm Wortbington &?
IT appearing 'to my .satisfaction that. Jared
fHarris and William Worthington and ivtfe
Mtartha, distributees in thterabove stated case
reside wi hnt the limits of this 5thte, it :s there
fore ordered that they dG appear-and object to
the sale and divisioniof the real estate of Gren
H arris deceased, on or beflbre-the first Monday
in December'next, or'their consent will be en.
tered of record. Given under my tmud at my
office the-8th day of August 1848.
-~ - OHN HILLozD.
Ang .-. - 3m 29.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
TOLED before 'mie,~b~y~Behfdtfr uirreIl,
r elivngs about five. -gles..fpdm Edgefield,
C. H., one qorrel hore, witlite oelen)
leg, abotnt 6 years old, with a saddle and,brdle
on. Appratsed at $40.
W. H. ATKINSON, )I. E. D
Jnly Q1st.1848. dt.m
I SIereby given, that application will he
.made to the Legislature- for an, Act of
Incorporation of Mount Tabor Church,
situated 6 miles N..: . of Edgefield Court
July 19 1848 - 3m 26
PPL[CATION will be made at the nexi
X ,.ession of the Legislature to discontinue
the old Charleston Road between the Bridge
on Ninety.Six Creek and the Creek next a
bove the Gin House of N. L. Griffin, on thr
Jdly 19, 1848. 3m 26
I S hereby given.that application will be made
to the .Legislature for an act of Incorpora
tion of Little -Stephens' Creek Chutch, situated
about 10 miles north of Edgefield Court House,
Aug 16 3m 30
A PPLICATION will be made to the I.egis
lature at its next Session for a Public
Road to be made from Shiuhnrg on niaffee
Town Creek, by way of Dorn's Mills on
Hardlabor Creek. to intersect the old Cato
bridge Road in Abbeville District, not far from
Mattison's Ferry on Little River.
Aux 30th 1848. 3m 32
A PPLICATION will be made to the Leg
islatnte of this State at the next Session,
to repeal the Sixth Section of an Act entitled
an Act, to incorporate certain societies and com
panies, and to renew and amend certain Char.
ters heretofore granted, ratified on the 17th of
ven, that the next Legislature
-ioned, praying the opening of
iear J. G. Burnett's. to run
Coopei's residence, into the
.d. near T C. Griffin's--thence
nes Cresswell's residence, on
'riffin's plantatation. into the
load, near his quarter.
....y,1848 26 3m
WeI1 KETCIIJ..P1 & CO ,
HAMBURG, S. C.
AVE remove their stock of Dry Goods
H o the Store under the Americau Hotel,
(late-Hutbbaid's,) where it is their purpose to
keep a full assortment of
Anerican, French and English
We would take this opportunity to return on
thanks to our numerous friends for the very
liberal patronage bestowed on us for the last six
years. and would solicit a continuance of their
We would alan invite all persons buying Dry
Goods in Hatn...rg, who are iot already on
our large list of subscribers to give us a trial.
Our stoik will:consist of a mnuch larger and
more-general assortment than we have bereto,
fore-kept. We shall also continne to keip 'iui
usual assortment of-Carpeting. Oil Clotti, Flno
Matting, Bonnets;aud 'Ladies and Childrenm
N. B.-Just roeived a'full'assortment of all
numbers of genuine
utca Bolling :Clothls.
which together with all articles inour line will
be-sold as low as they can be procured in Ham
bu'rg or Augusta.
WM. KETCHAM & CO.
Hamburg. S. C. Aug. 7-1l tf 29
w Boot and Shoe
W H ER E Gentlcemen's Boots aind Shoe!
are mtade in a most stuperior style of 6r
Gentlemen wanting cork soled. double soled,
water proof, walktmg, dress. patent leather,
and - a fino putmp soled BOOTS, need but
leave their orders with the subscriber.
nmarch 1 tf 6
M R. 1R0FF, who h.ldtconditionally an in
terest in the right of Edgeineld D)istrict,
to Hotchikiss' Reaction Mill Wh~leels, (Patent)
has nuever comtplied with said condition, thero
fore he holds no interest, and has nto rightt te
sell or ma e any contract for said WVheels.
We, the undersigned are the owners, of sait
right, and a t ight pturchased fro~m any other
unless our agent, will not lhe good.
r. J. Tr. WEBnEn, we anltorise, witht fimi
power to act as our agent.
COTrIlRAN & MOORE.
March 1. 1847 .tf 61
LL those indelited to the estate of Charit
AJohntson, dcc'd , are reqnested to tmaki
itnmediaite piaytment. and those havIng detmand:
to ptresenlt them properly anested.
C. Bi GOULDEN.
july7 rf 24
A.LL Persons indebted to the Snbltcriber h2
Note or Accountt, are reqnested to mamke
pytmetnt by Return Day in October next. i
they ish to save cost, and all sums whicht arn
within a eflagistrate's jurisdiction, if not paid by
that titne must also pay cost ;as I must haye
moey to keep ttp mty btusiness.
M W. CLARY
Coleman's y Roads, M -rchi 13. ttmtto 9
All persons indebted to the Estates of Eliza.
beth Clark, Mary Clark. and Henry Clark,
deceased, late of th is District, are requested
to make immed'ate paymenit and all those ha e
ing say demands will present them duly attested
according to law.
-JAMES BLACKWELL, Admin'r.
Aug 7 1S48. 3m 29
HE.Estate of Marshal R Smith, deceased,
.Ebeintg without administration, and there
fore derelict, all persons having papers pert.in
ing to tlte estate, are reqnested to handI then
over to me by the earliest p. acticable time, and
all those indebted to the estate to make pay'
inent, and those having detaads to present
hem pr-operly attested.
JOHN HILL. 0. E. D
june 14 6im 21
: ' Hambtrg Journal will please copy.
BYTH E CONSENT OF PARTiES.
T3 H E Papers pertaining to the estate o
A William Ferguson. dec'd.. being in tmy
hands. all thpmeidebted to t,he estate. by note
made pa 16I ' Cnlteil O'Neal. Ex'tor., in
righr of hiwwife:"are -required to.make -pay
ment, and those having demands to preseul
them properly attested to mie.
JOHIN HILL, 0 E. D.
Jayne's Carninauve Bal
I a pleasant, certain, safe and effectual re
rmedy for Dysentary, Diarrhaen or Loose
nes-, Cholera Morbus, Summer Complaint..
Colic, Griping Pains, Soar Stomach, Sick and
Nervous Headache. Heartburn, Wuterbtrash,
Pain or Sickness of the Stomach. Vommrrting.
Spitting tip of Food after eating, and als
where it passes throngh the body rr,changed,
Want of Appetite, Restlessness ad inability
to Sleep, Wind in th Stomach nad Bowels,
Hysterics. Cramp, Nervous Tremnonrs and
Twitchings, Sea Sickness, Faintings, Mlelain
choly and Lowness of :-pirits, Fretting of in
fants, and for al Bewel Affections and Ner
This article is really invaluable in a fi mily,
and may be depended n pon, and if generally
used by physicians, Summer Complaint world
be deprived of 311 its horrors. as they would
not lo?e one patient in five hundred cases, but
would perbrrn effectual cures in one fourth of
the time required by the usual methods of treat
ment. It is as effectual for adults as it is for
This Carminative has also a very happy ef
fect on the many Dyspelptjc disorders of the
stomach-such as %our stunach, heartburn, wa
ter brash, sick head ach-, weakness of the"
breast, cough, difliculty efbreathing, tremors,
spasms, mel mncholy. sinking and faintness, vo.
mtiting. and spitting up the food aft' eating,
lienieria, or where the food passes through the
body unchanged, want ofappetite and inability
to sleep. It will be very useful to pregnant
women, overconmng irrltabilily of the stomach
and thereby preventiog unusea, vomitinug and
heartburn. Mothers will find this ntnch supe
rior, as well as safer and chenper to give their
children for fretting and crying &c. than the
usual drops and cordials to which they have
The Rev. Enoch Bnrker now ofSamptown,
N. J.. snys: "Having been affhcted with a se
vere Bowel Complaint, attended with distress
ing patn and discharge of blood, and every ap.
penrance of approaehing Uysentary, I obtain
ed one bottle of Dr. Jayne's Carminative Bul
sam, a few doses of which (taken according to
directions) effected a perfect cure."
From the Rev. Jonathan Going. late orN. Y.
Dr. D. Jayne-Dear Sir--laying tmeade use
of your Carininitive Balsam in my iminiy, and
finding it to be admirably adapted to the com
pluinis for which it is intended, 1 take pileas
ire in recommending it to the use ofmny frienis
and the public generally. believing those who
are afflicted with any of these complaints will
find relief in the use of this valuable medicine,
JONATHAN GOING. D. D
Pres. Granville College, Ohio.
For sale by t. S. Roberts, only Agent in.
this place for the sale of Dr. Jayne's celebra
ted Family .aledicine.
July26' - 27'
JOIIi D. CHASE, M. DI,
Physicaan and Surgeons,
B EGS leave to offer his professional seryi,
ces to the citize-s of Edgefield and vicini:
ty and respectfully to solicit a share of:their
Doctor C.'s past success in the treatment of
diseases of men, women and ehildren, encour
age' him thus to ask the support of an elight
V.'Mott, M. D.,'New York City,
A. Clark, M. D.. "
R. G. Frary, M.. I . Hudson, N, Y:
G..Kimball, M. D.;.Luwell, Mass."
H. H. Child, Al. D., Pittsfield..Mass..
N. B.-Prompt attenion.-givento-ealEJOfL
my residence, the house formerly occu ied by
S. S. Tompkins, Esq., by night or day, or at
the Post Office by day. J. U. C.
AlMay 17 . tf '17
D R. .WOO DRUFF'S
DYSENTE RY CORDIAL.
THE. well tried and generally approved
.Uremredy forr Dysentery. Diarrhm-', Griping
arid Summer Complaints of Children.
From tire Irate Capt. iloies, Georgia Reg'"
Brazos San Jago. Jnly 24, l846--Dr. W ood
ruff'-1 owe an apology for not acknowledging
before t e receipt of a brox of your Dysentery
Cordial, which you hail the kindness to.send
me while in Coluambus, for tire use ofmny corps.
I have foirnd it a most valuable mredicinre, 'arid
only regret thrat I have not a supply of it.
Wherever my men hrave followed directiorns,
they have invariably found relief. We have
suffered anid are antlering much from Dysen
tery, occaaioned by tire wretched watmer we have
o drink, but yourr Cordial is restoring all -to
their wirntedl health atnd vigior. WVith my sin
cere thainks for your kinrdiess, atrd best wiishes
loryotir success, lin your uobedienttserv't.
Ca ptain M,acon Gtnards
Georgetown. Randolph Co Geo., Junare 13th,
1846U -L)r. Wooidrulf', Sir-The demand for
yoiur D)ysetery Cuirdial is so great, that I
want you to send by the staige, on Turesnday
four dozen bottles. General Shorter's overseer
informed mre tire other day that ire brad used it
in some fitry carses wvithi entire success. In fact
every persoin 1 -are somld it to is very trouch
pleased. 11 certificartes tire of airy use to yotu
I cain met airy number for you
Very Respectfully D. MOlRRIS.
Fir sale' by Rt. S ROBE TS.
Aug JG - 6m 301
A great Deidetrntum ini Mndicrne.
The Vegetable Restorative
LIQU7ID CJTH1.R1T IC.
Dyspcpsia, Licer Complaint. Colic. IIcadache,
E nlurgement of the .Spleen, C'ostivenecss,
adal Acidity of the Stomach.
adaldiseases arising from a derangement of
thre JBiliary Organrs, CA N BE CUR ED with a
great degree oh certainty. teithout Calomel, Blue
Pill, or Pills of airy kind, s-alta or Oil,
BY THE UsE OF THE L14UID cATHARTIe.
TE IS Medicine is agreenble to take, and
I3operates without griping or debihitatinig
Persons who have long ben commpeled to take
Pills, Ois or Salts, will find this a pleasant rand
highly valuiable substitute.
I7 A small quianiy of thuis Medicine taken
daily, genierially regulates the bowels ini a short
DYSPEPSIA OF A VERY BAD CIIARACTER.
This is to certify. that I wvas attacked in
Marchr, 1845. with Dyspepsia sir Indig'estion, .of
a very bad charnecter. My crase was treated by
trwu'hysicianrs in St. Lotms, M issourri. 8 weeks:
then by anrither in Wisconsin for three months;
then by nurothrer mn tihe interior of Lieiqana
titen .by severiri physicianis in the [Hospital of
New Orleans. three imoniths, bnt tonthout deri
ing any real benefit fromn all tire rermedieus ire
scribed f'or me. Fortunrately. just at this june
ture, anid when mry c-ondiiionr was mrost
deplorable, 1 obirned-a bottle o,f thre *Vegeta
le Restorative or Liqnuid Cathartic,'' by tire use
-of wich I sir in cormnmeced improvmg, and
for Ire first ime in foartern months bega n to
have reg'dar and. natural discharges from my
bowels, arnd soomn began to feel like br.c.rm ingI
'sorrad and heaulthry once mare-for all of which I
am indebted under tire b!eusing of God, to
th arbove~diedieine.' ' - JOHN MAY..
Coluambus, Many 3, 1847.
For sale bry R. 8. ROBERTS.
Aug23 Gm ' 31
GROCERY AND COTT -
T HE Subscriier having returne d i m
- Mexico.'and hnving' resrnned the' O0.
CERY & COTTON BUSINESS in Ham.
burg.-lhrs taken the stand lately occnpied'by
0. C. Cunirgham, second door below J.J.
Iloward. Esq. intends to keep on -hauid a gOod'"
.issortnent ot all the articles usually kept in a
Grocery Store ; and having marie such ar.
rangaments as enables hin to furnish Goai at"
the lowest market prices. counfidently invites his
friends to give himn a calP.
All orders attcred to with strict atterition',
and goods put ttp in a style aid at prices that:'
well be satisfactoryto inrehssers.
Intending to be regltrarly in the market for
produce. the highest market trices will stall
times be paid for Cotton and Flour.
G. W. STYLES.
The undersigned take dis netod otrfe "i+
ing thanketo' their old friends .and cnsTmsi"
for past favors, and 'to inform them thatt they
can be frtund during, the approaching seasQn-,,ar
the Store of C. W. Styles, where they will bW'
happy tosee old customers.
All orders fronrrour friends, directed to eithet
of us, will meet with prompt attention- . :.;
G. C. CUNNIN.GEAb,.,
Hamburg; Ang 16 to-" 30.
The Edgefield Advertiser Abbevile Banner'
Spartan, Lawrensville Herald-, anmd Greenvilli-'"
Mountaineer, will each insert two'mouths.'andt.,
present bills to C. W. S. -
T HE Subscriber has just received a sple:
did Stock ol Spring and SuwaierGpods,
For Ladies' ware, a fie lot of
Muhnts, Barages and Ginghams,
Fine Mantles anl Shawls,
Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons, .
Worked Collars. and Muslin Tripinp
Black and White Lace Veils,
For Genlemen's wear, .
A fine Stock of Boots and,Shoes,of-a1L
Leg hor a,Panana, Palm, Silk and Beve
Hardware, Cntlery and-Crockery,
A good assortment.of Groceries. such as.
Sugar, Ctffee.: Molasses and Rice; .
Fresh CHEESE, -
With many articles -too tedions to"mentiona
all of ivhich'vill he-sold very :clieap.fasCa
or on time, to punctual etomers. ... . ;
April 11 -t - -. 1 : t; .
WORMS!;. WOR 1S! Wgi
THE; BANE OF CH1LD O -
ND the certain precnrsorof in yf n",
-ois.diseaseses, if allowed to'remain
in the human system in-great numbera ,.
Thousands of children dfe>i fL ;
Worms. - The season. is,it.w cIini;aJkr .lsVi
when they become most t'oolisome teh
-hDa.;WnonauPP's: Wa x aRcJs,ie
remedy for vorms. ,Tryat., lt s g
the best. and chearp,as the,cJ Qapest.; '.
:Mr.. Jsephe.Shippy . scogee,eo
says it;brnight awpy 210, w .orue frgia a: Q
chtild belonging to himni ii-a 4ti is
Mr. John L Little of Whileiile ' "F' 1;.
gave in igrone eran d b-oaglw41
woman of2 e ip L 'y
h - atlt t
:orms. He was soop t ; e - a
to this !ime.? ;' :
rmnff-Please-forwaird' mmdie. dc
of your, Worm Specific withou! dglay..
TalboUt Co,.Ga. Dec. 12,1845 . Dr.Wil
ruff-I have recently miade trial pfourWo
Specific in a bad case; with.the happiestefe.
I think-more of it than ever, anid.believe il wil
do iu ninety nine case's in the hundreid.
For sale by . R. S. ROBERTS2'
Aug 2 6m29
WORMES! WORIVIS! WOR$!
Dr. Jaynae's Tonic, 'ernasp
T H E most pleasant as well as the, most
certain remnedy for; -Wormst;, which is
perfectly sare, uand so pleasant that childrcu
will nail refw,e to take it. ht effectually- de
srovs Wonrms, nieutralizesa acidity or sourness
af tihe somach.-'increases uippetite, and acts as
a g-.neral anda permanent tonic,-and is there
fore exceedingly beneficial in intermittent and
remittent fevers, indigestion, &., andt is a cer
tain asnd permuanen. cure for FEvERa and AGUE.
It nt only dlestroys Woams and invigoratos
the whole system, bait it dissolves the suzpera,
bundant sli'me or mucosso sprevalesat in the
stomsaich anid bowels.of children, snore espe,.
cially of those ~in bail health. This mucons
formis the bed, or' sest, in which wvorms-.pro.
duce their young; and by remnovin~g it, it :is
impossible for the~m tao remain in the body.
It is harmless in its effects-on-thie sys
tern, anad the health of the. patient is always.
improved by its usse, even wvhens rq.worms
are discovered Numiserous certife:ites'ofits
usefulnsess have heel) i eceiva.d, which the' ro
prietor does not considernecessa.7 t 't1ih.
In fact Ihe s in adaily receipt of lette m,rbW
mndatsion froma variotis parts of the country ;
naot only in regard to its suiperiority in the ex
pulsion of wormns, but' also on accounst of rats
viinable as a properties as a pleasfint toniic,and"
Josiah Thompson, niear Salem, N. 3.. ad
ministered this Vermaifuge to a chilad between
two and three years old, and says ihat in' a few
days she discharged one0 hunldred and -twenty
seven large worms!! -
M~r. J. A Lentz, oh Penn Township Savings
Institution, in this city. gave it .to oneof his
children; and says that after the sixth dosec it
brought away about fifty worms at one, fiye
and six inchses long.
Mr. Perdinanid WVoodrnftf used two bottles
of this Vermuifie for Dlyspe psia, and in the
course of~ two weeles discharged upwvards.of
thirty pieces of Tape worm, anid%as thereby
pere'ctly uined -'.
Another gentleman of this city had it ad
ministered to hsis little daughter, about t6ree
years old, w"hen she had a numbuer of dischar
ges fromi her bowels composed entirelj of'lit..
tIe whkite thread woarms. He said they came
away from her, naot aonly by hundreds, butlI may
trly say, by.thasusatnds, separately and'in-sohd
balsans large as hicakory tiuts, composeden
tirely of dead worms."
For sniea by Rt. S. Roberts, nnly Agent..in
this p1,ce faor the sale of Dr. Jayne's celebra
ted Family Mledicine.
July 2 m ' 27 4
-To our Custouners once
T(O employ me to repair any work, is to
Np omise to pay cash. These are my
terms. IJam hot tabe or trilling fa keep.books,
or to'deperid upon gax/iegrores'whin:yta send
fo 'make engagemetnts -witth'mecA;Wheusthe
work is duane, send the cash.
C. L. R EFO, Agnt.