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Fron the Crecile Mountainecr.
On the Death of the Hon. J. Cilley, whi
recently fell in a Duel.
L1ong as the sun tihe day shall light,
Or moon and stars illume the night,
Or vessels qa im the ninit,
Each patriot throughout the land,
Will deprecate the savage band,
Who had brave Cilley slain.
That statesnan of immortal worth,
Wns early hurried firoin the earth,
From wife and children too;
Now freedom mourns that one so young,
Whose eloquence her glory rung,
Thus bade the world adieu.
The widow's groann. the orpan's cries,
Can never reach the heart of wise,
Becanse it's eased in steel;
But aill who wish their eountrv well,
will long lanment that Cillcy Woil,
For only such can feel. J. M C.
From the Met ropolitan.
STANZAS ON HYnyA..Ng Tti. BELLS RING IN
'rnE XN-:WV :it.
Hark! how the chiies of' merry bells
Proclaims the new born vear!
WhIat mttagie inl their music ilwells,
To wake tihe %sil'ringo tear!
It stems as thoutngi a thousand strings
Were vocal inn mny heart,
Breathing or long fbrgotten things,
In which I once had part:
Of festivns and birthdays kept,
And Christmas, rife with glee,
Whinn those who long in (lust have slept,
Shared hopes and joys with ne;
And songs. and tales, nod frolic mirth
Beguiled our wintry hours,
Atnd younng affiection round the hearth,
Knit ieart to heart with flowers.
Time old year's gone, and past away;
A cleqmuer'd robe it wore,
01' mningled tints, some dary, some gay,
Like years that went before.
And, alh! how many wisles vain,
Withn days and nigts'; of tinougit,
Are link'd to tiat prolonged chain
Anothier year has wrought!
A waken, slumberer, from thy sleep!
Count not onl thing of time!
Up. up. and mount ithe starry steep
Supernal spirits climb!
Let not another year depart
Without some hopeful tears
.,mne golden fruits. laid up in heart,
For the eternal years.
Efects of Laugh-ter on the Circulation of
the Blood.-The deep inspirations and the
short and freqent expirations made in tine
aet of laughing, have a direct influenco on
the ieart. increasin'g the quantity of' blood
withim its cavities, in the same manner as
the quantity within these is increased by
mnu."cunilar contractions. This condition of
the heart, as mttiglt he anticipated, wili vary
in iproport on to the violetnce and dutration
of tine paroxystts of ntnghnter; whiean thnese
are tmodenrate, the mtind isontiy exhtilarated,
or, to unse a ctaotmo expr'essiont, "tine heant
becomes joyfuil;" bunt if iaunginng be ian
err-asedl or prolonged beyotnd certain limits,
at serties of ellects miore or itss injunrions fre
quaenttly sup jervette. Paint itn tine cardie re
gion amnd hteadaebne thetn t~ome oin; andm iifthe
partoxysmt he itmmtodierate, tine quatntity of
blood inropnelled innto the btrain is suchn thtan
tlng tmnelectual pown~ers becomte greatly ex
etste andit toetime to suchn a degree as to
cauetheirtemprary .aherratt ion. Even
convulsiotns follow immnnodenrate (its mof laughI
ecr, atd Iithave kntowvn death take plmuce
trnm excesisive lits; of laughter catused by
tiitmionn. A distutrbed Inetion of tine heart
i-atsunal iy obnserved in thnose aleted witin
itternves, whiebn nmny accout nt for thec iar
ogsnof latunghtern, the nisats sanrdoanicus,
hwnic np. attnd Ialtl tine mnore recmarttk able phenno
tmna whnichnntn aelharatcteristic of thnat dis
eanse. Lautghnter, inideedi, greatly disturbs a
inearnt atlreatdy irritable. 'lThis was striiingly
exemnpliledi in a penrson wh'o hnad a disease
of tine ihearnt, matnd wh'o could tnot inidulge itt
lhttahing wvithout tine mercneased tnetion of tine
hearnnt by whtichn it was atccomannied, always
c'nansmtg vioietnt hneadaebne.--Wardrop on
Diseases of thei Hlcart.
POST DILUJVIAN LONGIUVITy.
Passitng over tine anges of tine Atntediin
viants, whnich tine lible proves wer'e of' far
greater pecriodts tha~nn onnr own, we will come
dowvn to timtnes of atnthenniene history, annd
wdil notice a feaw cases of' great longevity.
Thomas Patr, as recnnndedi by Lnord Francis
liacon, wvas boran in 1.I3, nnu dlied in 163t,
aged I52,years. Ile died not fr'om the dis
ease or decay of a sitngle otgant. btut f'rom
Plethnora, caused by nmore thn~an unsa itndti
geance int eatintg anid diniing. i s bnody
was examinaed by thne ceeajtedu li arvey tine
discoveorer of thne oirctultttion of' tine blood,
whtomn we have bnefore mentioned, atnd wino
hnas left inn account of te examination..
P arr etnjoyed good iheaithn for a centtury andi
a haltf. inhirty-fitve years after tine deathn of
Parr, Ihenry Jetnkmts, of Yorkshnire, Eng.
iantd, died, aged 169 yeanrs. le was bnorna in
3501, andi died in 1670; i age is fully atu
htitenicted, and is tine gratest among tine
modernis. Johan E1nnlinnam, of Cornnwail,
England, dlied itn 1757, agedi 147 years.
Margaret Foster, *f Cunmbnlerlatnd, Eangiandni
died in 1771, aged 13G years.-Jnames
Lawrence, a Scotchmant, livedi 1410 years.
Itn 1772, a tman namned Dranketunurg, diedi
int Denark, in tine I47tht year nf his age.
Thiarty-six years ago, a mnan nannmed Josephn
Stnrrington, died at Biergean, in Norway, age
140 years. itt 1826, a n namted Ihenry.
Franceisco, diod att Whiitehnall, in tine State
of New York, aged 1341 years. lie beat tine
drumt at thne coromnation of Quecen Anne, annd
was then 16 yeanrs of age. ie died nnot hv
decay of his powers, but a fever, itn182i~
'Pope Leo XII. granted to a poor man, liv
ing near Lake Thrasimene in Italy, a pen
sion,on accountof hisgreat age; lie was then
125 year old; he died aged 130 years. In
1830, a man died at St. Petersburg, aged
130 years. Through the medium of the re
cords of the Russian Greek Church, we
learn the death of a man in Russia, in 1S31
aged 165 years. About three years since, a
woman died in Tennessee. aged 1.54 years,
-We could add ninny more to this list, but
forbear. Those we have mentioned are
drawn from records that do not admit of a
doubt, & prove to us abost conclusively, that
our lives may be prolonged much beyond
the present ordinary term.-Dr. Fitch.
SOME OF THE CoNsFquiNcEs.-A cor
respondent, writing rrom Landisburg, Per
ry county, Pa., under date of the 14th inst.,
says: "Two Men have beenI frozen to death
in this county this present winter, with nto
coin panions but their bottles. The last was
on his way from the distillery, full, and
when found, lie w9s onl his hands and knees,
with his pantaloons, skin, and flesh, torn or
worn off in his struggles. It chills my
blood to relate it."
A lad having got into the Iarlor with some
of the neighbor's children and kicked up a
dust among the rich fiurniture, his father
gave him a whipping,& then asked him how
he relished his playing. "I like the play
very well," said he, "but the ufterpiece is
State of South Carolina.
Patrick Duncan. Bill to forrelose
vs. Joseph Travis, I Mortgage.
ITr appearing to mny satisfaction that Josefph
'Travis, the defendant in this case. resides
beyoid the limits of this Sinte: Ordered that lie
dto ttpear aid plead, answer or demir to the
bill atrestid, within three montlhs from the iate
of the publication hereof, or the said bill will be
taken, against him pro confesso.
WM.C. h LACK, C. E.A. D.
Coinnn'r's Office, Feb. 26, 1838 ac 5
State of -oith Carlolina
Iaron Lomax & others ) ill 1V
Ex'r. of Hiugh Morrah( dec'd Ex'r for
vs. Jane Morrah wilow advice di.
and others. frection &c.
T appearing to my satisfaction thatJohn
B. Morrah and Robert Morrah two of
the defendants in this case, reside withot
the limits ofthis State, on motion; Ordered
that they do severally appear, & plead, an
swer or demur, to the bill of complaint in this
case, within three motths from the (late of
this publication, or the said bill of conplaint
will be taken pro confesso, as against them
W M. C. 11L A CK, c. F., A. i.
Comm 'r's O.Dlic, March 8 I r3I8, ac 6
State of South Ca:'rolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Adams Partelee & Co. vs. John A. Young,
S. Kneeland & Co. vs the Same,
Stoddard Birch & Co. vs the Sate.
James Q. Bozeman, vs the Same.
H E Plaintiffs in the above stated cases
.Lhaving this day filed their declarations
in my office, at Abbeville Court House:
Ordered that the defendant do )lead thereto
within a year and a day, from this date, or
judgments by deatilt will be rendered a
JAS. WARDLAW. c. c. P.
Clerks Office, May 9, 1837. 12m
State of' ,suhlhI ar'ol i
.IN 'I'I-E COMMON PLE AS.
Wim. B, Brantnon, vs.
John M,. F'razier. 5A TTACNMENT.
TI lIE Plaintin'havinig this day filed his declaral
tnon m the above case, anud the )Dfndant
Oeinig with'ont wvife or :ittorney, kntown tohle within
the State, utpon whom a copy of' said decharati,,
with a rule to plead. could lie served: It is Or
dered, that the said D)efendan;,it do pleadi to the
said declaraition, withgin a y'ear anid a day, from
this date, o>r jutdgmetnt tinmal and .solute will be
given against hims.
GEO. POPF, c. c .r.
November 21, 37 agI m .
State of Soulthl Carolin a
IN TH EII COUIMON P'LE...
E. & C. Yarnall, vs. *
Barthel Windinmg,-Shoher >ATr.scsr.x-r.
W ill thEA t the, P'lintigl's did thies day tile
themi dciartion in the. (O)lice of' this
Court, against thme D~ethndanit, who is abs.ent from
and~ withiout the litmits ofI thei State, (as it is said.)
and having neither wife: or attorney kniown willh
in the satte, on whiom a copy of the declarations
with a rule to plead thoehelt, ought to lbe served:
Ii is therelore orde'red, that the defend,(ant appear I
anid pleadl to the said ideclarations withiin a year
and a day. othies wise fitiml jnadgmient will be g iven
and awiirded againist him,.
(GEOLtGE POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, D~ec. I, 1837 daq 41
State ~Of Moulti'hICao~iln.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS
John Logan, vs.
Jaimeis M. Lainirum. ATT.lciciNT
W HI EttEAS the Plaitin'hatha this day tiled
VT his declaationt against the h3elendant
who resides beymid the limits of thtis State, and
ha~vimg neither wa'tej or attorney w ithin the same
upotin whom a coipy of said declaration. with a
rnle to ptlead thereto, nmy be served. It is Or
dared, ilhat thes said D~efentdant dho plead to the
said declaration within a year anid a day, front
this (late, otherwise final and absolute judgmnentI
will he awarded against haim.
GJEOItGE POPE, c. c. p.
Clerk's Office, Oct 20, 1537 dq( '10 r
istate of Soulthl (al Olinla.
ABBE VILILE I)ISTPRICTI.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
J. R. Wilson, & Co. vs.
lIE Plainti's in'this case hiaviung filed
,3 thieir declaration in miy ollice, at A bhe.
ville Court House, on thie24ti: day of Marebh
1837: Ordered, that the defendant do plead
thereto .within a year and a dayv, fromt that
dhate, orjudgment by default will be rendered
JAS.WARDLAW, c. c. r.
- Clerks Otlce, May 9, 1837 12mn
Iiidian Panacea. (
J UST Received a fresh supply of INDIA N
PtANA C EA at the Edgefield Medicine Stor f
Edgefseld C. i Antij 3. wer7 p r
tate of 'oitli% zaolina.
Henry Aloore and
Eleanor Moore, vs.
Jno. Bauskett. Adin'r Bill for Account and
of J no. AMoore, dec'ed. Settlenent.
Wn. J. Wightnman
and wire, and another.
I IE Conmplainants having filed their bill in
the Court of Equity for Edgefield District,
in the State aforesaid, canimi'g that they, and the
Defendants Ann Wighttnan, and her ister
Hlarkness, if living, are entitled to the estate of
the intestate John Moote, deceased, in equd
Shares, on motion of' Griflin. Comlnaniiiuit's So
licitor, it is Orderel, that all persims interesteel
in the settlenent of said estate, do apealir mid
iliterlpose any objections, which they can of right
Inake to the distributioni of thme said estate, its
prayed for in tile bill, hetlore tihe Comnissioner
of thle aid Court, it t:dgetield Court House, on
or before the fourthl Monday iii May next.
Feb. 23, 1838 ae 5
It is further ordered that tie itove be Ib.
lishmed fir three months in o! or more niblic
Gazettes in this State. WM3. IIA LP -t.
State of, Smth ('n aina.
Alin'r ofGertruide J lBreit
hiup, decetised, vs Bill for Injunction
John Batskett, Pail Fitz- I noifud Ac
zimntous, Itobert Watts, count.
h-:xeeitors of ChristiaJ
Breithaulpt, de4ceased, -t at.
IT apiering to mynv tisIhetim, that the de
findanits Patul "itzsinnmmnoins, Ossuin Gregory,
Ann E Gregory, Orpoiid Gregory, Alary 1m
;ranm, and [usan hIreithanmpI, resile beyolld the
limnits of this State, on nmot ion of* (rilinm, coin
pltinants solicilor, orderiedl that the said PaI. 11is
sinn, Alm E. , Ornondil,.ary admid Susai do tilp.
pear and pilead, nswer or dleimitr to this fljil
witlhii three moithis firom the pi blication (If this
iorer, or the said bill will be taken pro confesso
rgainst thei. J. T-,L itY, C c s
Feb 7, 1638 l:;t I
State of, Souith O"a-0olna.
Ilenry Moore aid
1-:leanor Moore. vs.
John hiaskett. Iill fir Arcount and
Adn'r #i Jiao. M oore &lcmet
WIIn J Wightumnal
wlifie, tid o hers
T uplearing to my satisfhetion, that -
1 Ilar ktiss, the si:.ier of the deendait, Ann
\Vightlnanm. if she is alive. Iesides hevond the
Iiniits of this State, on motion of' (irillin. coin
lainaits solicitor. ordered that the said -
tirkimess. do tiiatar and Ilend. answer or de
mir to this Bill withiii three timoiths fromn tie
niblication of this order, or that the said bill lie
.aken pro conresso against ier.
J. TIER R Y, c c :
Feb 7, 1833 13t I
State of ' outh Carolina.
Patrick Dmncanu, vs. 3"largatret )
Hendersoi, John Itichey, & pill to
the heirs and Administrators foreclose
of Willit lbedges, jni. and 1Alortgage.
ofWiliam Iood4es, senl.
T appearing to iny satisitfetion that of the
defeidaits in this case Junies L. Hodgi a
liclird H-Iodge-, John or John W Hod:
Walter or Wtt. Jiodges. James Stone and -.
ethi his wife, Jesse Williims and Lcy hi:4 wi!ie,
tmiies Toinson or James Towies aid Polly his
viii'. Wilev Cnnmins and Fratky his wife, and
ariah IlIdges. heirs tif William ilodges, jr. tmd
if Willian Ilodges, sen. reside be'yond the lilnits
1 this State: Ordered liat they do severally fill
ear aid plead. nswer or deimtr to the above
tie'nationed bill, within three noths front the
late of the pbililiention, h'ereoi. or mthie saidul will,
L5 tol thern respeictively, le taken pro corsso.
W 3iM. C. ll A Ch, C. E.'j A..
Cotnt'r's (Oflice, Feb. 2ti, IJ- ti c 5
State of South Catrolinia
AliBE VI LLE DI )1STRIICT.
IN E Q'I'I'T'.
1atrick Dtncamn, '. s. Augulstilne
Anoel, B lihin liiher'isonm, fill to
i'r'Ibg liiiam, andim tie hmeiris , forer/ose
andi Aadnutnistrtor eof hleobei t lifurt gage.
TI apepeaeringi to any sai-fation that William
t.yon tnne \ ir.:iniam S. his wife., Judge II.
)elphl. Wni. P'. I l elh, thdberm .1. Ih-elphe, ~ilary~
..id 111h. Mlartha~ ( . I)e pim. & Liiisinm E-. I telpIm,
e'irs eaf eitbieri P. I)ihlh, smei iif the dei-m
anets im this caese, residle bieyonid the litmiiis oef this
~tate:4 itrdesedl itat thev ethe severally applear
udi plad ausn i e ' deumir teo the it i'aeries:nde
:talin hereof, o'r the said bill wtill, tas toi thet'rn re
jmeetiiely, le' takentja pro fesso.
Com'r's ( ilier, Fetb. 2Ci, la?.0 m-5
State of' Iouith i'oia
AB Ilh; I4l'I tI'I'
i'trick. tinean. vs I a~l'.libth flil/ to fore
4 iihlenms tiid others, heir- of r/osc e Nt
jT':apeing toi imy isitet thatt E-liz.a
EhmethnIh-nm s idowae, aimd i(icard nie ilen.
tid liIlja Uilens, suns of Wrte liam Culle'ns, ei
eaesed, eiitidant.: in thiis case. re'side bievotd the
miit4 of this State: irdte 'at they s'everatly
ci a jpear tanetipleadi, anlswi /' u r deinnr mo the
i ttteiresaid. ithini three lnoth~ts froim thme linb
r'tain of this order, oir thme said heill will, as to
tent respaeeively'. he takenm pro con t'sso.
W.3l. C. IIL AC(K,', L'. A. fl.
Conmn'r's Ohlice, Altarebi t, 13-h ac fi
s"tate of "otithi Carolina
Pattrick lDunani, vs tihard fli/o rr/ose
lodges & Valientie Vsin. Alorrtirage.
T1 tippeairing to toy satilhetionm thaiI iiiha rdt
.ttoldgesua neel' the lieeantiis in this ca:se,
e'sideis beyoind thie limmits ofl thte Sttate: Orderted
mmit lie do appeai'tr tumnd lende, answer oir dlemunr
thme lill ntioresttald, within~ three mtonthts frim ithe
ate aof the publhlicaetioni hereof. or the said bill
vi, as to hin, fe taken pro caofassi,
W V1. C. ILA CI(, C. i. .1. D.
Conntr's Office, Fe b. 26. J8kt tie 5
state of South Carolina.
AlIIBEV ILLIC IlSICICT.
IN EQllT Y'.
Patrick Duncan, v's. John1 luill to foreclosc
V ilsont & M mary aret Wilson, Alorheage.
I T pern toimy Ksatisfaction that John: Wit
a thiscease, resides heond thmeliimit'iofthisStaite:
irdered that lie do alppiar anmd plead, answver or
enmur to thme above umnied bath, within tharee
tooths lronm the date of thme ptubtietionm hmere of.
r the said bill wilh, as to hmism, lie taikent pro con
Corit/'s~ Offlee. Feb. 26. LP'da - 5
Dr. Johan Sepplhm~toa's
A rc ofered 1o the public as at certati in , r|'eltual
remcedyfarjt-rers of crpsli d.escription.
AM1 of* opinion that ll levers ar e a unity of
diseast Crom fiw mildest imertnittent up to
the higiat grade of'yellow lever, and that tih,
dilrerent denominations of' llevers. are .Aiiply
owing to Sonale particnl:tr state of'hutuiosphere
or to sole peet liar condition of the systein: ind
with slight viriations, ainel tI I have' made, the
treatinent should Ibe the Sainie. I allt also ofopin
ion tint this Iuist be the prevalisng theoly of the
day, or how is it that phvsicians treat fevers
,hronghkoumt witlh Calomel and a lew other deple
DIe.-ci ption ani treattnent offivers, viz:-lit.
Intermilent or Algur and F- rer. - fit. ilious
'ecer. :cily. Tiiphus or Xercous l'rr. mid all
other fevers by whatever naine tiey may be
Iat. Of Intermitent oir 'erer nmd Agne. I
consider all fihvers of an intermittelt cbaracter
which cool off onci in twetli-'lonar houers. wheti
er pretched by a chill or flot; fir whether the
fever -atl chill rist and cnt'inue iogether; or it'
there he no chill at ail. :omtiitnei'! ver ol this
character continuis it or -l hontrs without inter
muissioun, and seoletiantes it ofeuIIrsotly every third
day. N ine tenths olthe feiver. of this stat'e :and
tuost other states of' this tinion. poartake taore or
less of' this cbarat-ter; til in. ;li their variotus ap
,iparances tle treatment shiulld e the salme.
This meliciie eltes by correciing the bile, giv.
ilg tone .11nd enrgy to the stomal ad hIt els,
anld thereb commun11111ietim41e- healtht andu rn.t
tof theq w l 4 ysteinl It i.s atmlso ossesedl of*.-neh
tignhar aitd muniirable prop,-itIes, tut it does
nut swcken the stomich opt eite oin the ltw
els us am purgat ive. It breaks i1h# flever inl ti-on
I to -18 ho rits, uniring whichl tine the patient
feels Ito sensible bellmt fi-otn it, ll filds himi,
sell' stlenly wel witlioutl bilng c ticiosf its
mide ot' o eration. Thele is I air-ellic or any
other airtie tof 4 poi-onot natuitre in this ineli
cie. It is entirely harmless: %%iinn in lany ,it
n:ation Mnay 41lW -it nilh peli6-et1 safihtv: n'inil it*
donhble the gnan ltityhierein recomumiptndil .t:is t:
ken, nlo bIlom el1Keets wvonhl bw prodineed hv% it .
I he mer'c deinatti for this miei'dicin, fLas inl.
dtrel IIe ill ltitire to prepmie it only in the fiiit
of llls. as the trspration of viais is ithili in,
ontveulient and limsalb. F or g-rown pevrsolns or
elilhlret who prol'er t:tkii:g it ill a liiiiid firti, it
can ie prepared coiveniiIv Iv ntitn -rson inl
thie Ibiallowing 11nanner: pondlivelt'v pills well,
put the preparation inito : % iial. att1l poiir Iw o
Comitn11n sized table spooidit of' whiskey fir wat
ter to it- spirits ItoNy hint are liest. Ally other
I antity of' tile liiiid mav Ie prepared at tile
sine tnlite. by incresasing or leseiiitg thinati
ty oltie inldicilin inl the same pioportion as de
Tratunt.--If the paient lrefibr taiking a
this lmeteliciiie, I have no40 obi-ieltio. bit it is rarelv
it' ever tiecessaly. liIe cain dritik ill water o'r
itake is'' of* antyi' kind 0i' diIt suiitable for a .ick
person, witholit the ltat danp'r. or sutlthrin the
slig~lhe.A iW)clvmee froml it. A gro-m, -
son Will tlake fill a dlost' a pill or cal ,iittioi siziil
14-aspioonfull of" dlv ihrtidil A.n-ry twol 11.111
daly and nlightl, 1ou t il thedi1.1! is brok!enj: h
dren H or It) vetr., i'd will ta)k *n or .11 dri
:tad those thlr'ii or intur y.iars db n. ill tilw I-, (or
20 drops.: mid italfmts :3 or -1 l 1 w 1s 'ld will take
from 3it oGt drops. repeatedI mind contlium-dl as, re-!
coinlended fior Armn if personsl it "I.; pe,.1gsMI
are very stilb .et Ito a re0l. pse' ori 1011 Ir 41 f (his his
ease, whether ti ari' e rd inl ti Orant oti her
tvay, it wonhtll it 'ewell Ill contilimef tal~ilin- t'eel or
it woith ntl it
four doses a day until the i i'h l tem 'o
ii tire resored, antid if' p enary v i pr
hs.ilready hrl severar Il ue fiitx .vill
cnre two persois or: citemm an-k of . al
fever. Befor the litptid is takie,& the vial Slhiotld
be well shaken.
2dly. Of Rilious E'rcr. I'lhis is a inre obsti
-nte tiid dannrerois d.-seae th;, inti nittent or
agtne and lever, there' ae.:(ra'ly three or 'ouar
daym indisposition pre-. tonii totlie oliset otf' this
disaease. :and trety' . chilly sll.altions tihr a dnv
or two tiler. Wheit hils di va te is y,.tlv
limt med it raryie't to i iy tre':itment nide'r 4 or t
10 days. utid somenme' unl lidig- -.
3dly. Of Typohus fir Mirroues l.r.Ti
still a mtch Ie ubst ia-. it ihna - it-i'as
than bitions -uta .A awl app-nndi tiir
lithe omin'tamnt. i'ct ette n ,'.i u t i-I 'itka
uor te day'is it ttartelyan iilul rm il- tile
terii , ntubi s 11 lreii po:-iat,n oil~t'' -
depresin olr uid- itt the thid nt wll~ t,.b' ,-rv
that e's (yphu iriciumtcrl o if't n ate if'ntergl
andul sprmol tindliilion fi' Itaerein the titsui'nis and
i~l t~. I of th i f irstesae ati ttall i r.it is o mmons't.
forke~ theirfng tstto b ' tim ltedwith icwintish coaet iI
and i thei eal i noct'rke :ti' ilunas it thie
liecopu etat i t thelo wimth thi ve'iIio i,
brownt co.jlosfer, and nathe tir iandtla t '..lla
fe'a s a (a paritenlarlyia iftel are as bil
grdei :ns inagt eh at aeterte f'ttto ist
ctassmie as akwn ctlr t''. dill;. if utide i.
ruf imout I re; smtiti' nw i i- .'.cl Id i her d n v
ithiaenif the1 dii.-ealthe pfatintio.a tllen'se.
be otiufi a h iid bowan:. esaiul in a'the. stltrna b.t)
aikdge the c'- vtag hae tt hysiia 'l t;
b t as to~i sth ralvt~ sbarntr, nor destit ,atterI~
t uattial biiinnse ialwth anti ill bth shotal'i
ht~el p't' lneh hie -, i thtt 1 t etxcetilon,
tta typusteieri~ dols nit it ei'pa i t'rwill it
betiria(children stiting tsli' ieni t's iinet '.'. hi.
atditgl' ttetver.1'wli eey t it'orfni
rit htld lin fiht litstotlt siii oftil:0htt tat at
of 'e ditme is som oiIlther if' -djti e a te4 twil oe- i
r' latt upo the sttntwh andi h'elt'. iier ay ii
itcaren'ltnis izti't tib teet t fiig that' ttrle
stnedwo iott n m ei e l o p nonta.
penteidote if suheoper..stingiz attw aie.'if' cv
iior hajlrml= lhan gitd sAit er lt' hus' operatin o
ithe ste andv le b twere (ai citen ithtr .it) .
isve rail dits have eltps or ,il y ittiulititii
li me wek. e -oi mneih a wirth ct' its !an i, drt
adge:deeeythree h our s.last tltta i t::ti,e eish
doses tintt each ' twenty4ou houri . iiith ri'tteiular
mytenu.' ferhias hyut ui vae r c'mh. s'. o '
Iti paiert ntied mhl wit pIcaiec in e iltl'
thnuhties) n huld he btco' of' h debtiie lie'ite I't
llte htrom '.ta f'ntumtion tof the.diita--I.:m. I r hcei
a draughtr of ttdyLor wj'ine fr the m-ii iE- ,
district, Mo., which seemsat to enaabrace thl opin.
ionas of aaany iln ditl'erent sections of'tihe eounatry.
I Inving travelled nach over the states, both
west and soith, and having heard much said in
favor of Dr. Sappingon'a fever pills, I do hete
by certit'y. tlait I believe there has neveryet been
aniy mied icine oll'ered to the. puiblic Wo eticaicious
ill the tire of fi'vers as that which hie has pre
pared. I laive kinown ininy labouring ander fie
ver anid ague, cnred in the course of from 24 to
48 houirs; a:ii all cases of' fever in whichl I have
k nowa it used, it haun never hiailed to eflieet a enre,
so fitr is knowi to Ime(, inl a shorter timme timan any
aamdmeiie I have ever known used I do there
fore reecoammend it to tall persons laboriung untder
fever, as the best reinedy known to the public.
JO'L II HADi:N.
A fresh suapply of tihe. above valuable medi
eine is ofTered for sule at tle Edgefield irtg
Alpril 19 11
T Iff above is a never fitiling renedy firthat
variety of colic, so distressing to infiats,
ami for vhieha the anOst injrious anodyme sub
stanes are too coumoaiy givena. It is safie andt!
soothing. and instead of' prodneing costiveness. it
msually operates gently oil the Iowels.
This remedy hilas now been ised Tor several
years. with that success anI approbaition, which
miek maedicies aude to sell. cannot coninand.
It is extensively used by the baest physicianas in
the ontry, and to use tia language n' of' amany a
matiler, act s a charma. Whle it aliay. 'time
aain and alls the child to rest, it does mnot ietave
belhial it tlomae .unm1pleaiant symptoamts. wlielh
i.anizanip. Batetaams Drolp-, &c. generally pro
11tha" A mple directions aertollmpanly ac vi-a;
mamd certificates COf its elicIacy (if reqired) cani be
prodlceda f'rom thla m11ost respectable citizens of
Carolima and Georgia. For sale by
KIT'C I f EN & i0IEI(TS6N.I1ailburg,
1E DW W Fili ..-nde rsona C II.
WV . IIACK'''TT. 'endleton C. II.
DR11. .. J. '3131s, i:dgvfi/d C. If.
Plb. 5 18:M if I
HL. JEF'FERS & Co. neknowl
1-10 ediges remnewed obligamions to their
Iriends and etstoaners for time very liberal
patronage ieretofore bestowed oin them;ni
and beg le;ave to annonnee, tlant they have
nlow on hand, and will continue to reeeive,
a well selected assortment of GOODS,
Brown an md Loar Sugar,
Green amd White Cofree.
N.O. & Sniamar Hlonse Molasses,
Wine ami Spirits of the best selection,
Canal FloOr-whole and half Ubis.
11al. Rmlpe and Baggin',
Iron and Steel,
rTigerlber with all other nrtia 'es in time G o.
, r-/ 'ine:-which 11hev will sell, or senad to
arder. Warranted Goodl, at time lowest mar
They also contininne to transact Coimmis
4ion Busincqs, inclding receiving ; and fomr
waritg of Goods: aid teader to their
'riemds as'urance of their bies[ attention to
iritrs in that line of blsiness.
ilmamng, Mlarch 1838- ' 5
The Pendleton M1essenger will itsert tihe
Iitve fiotr timies anu se'ind their bill for
tayment to 11. L. J.
ANAWAY from tihe Sibscri
I ber oi time night ot' imhe 5th of
F, ebruary last, froam amy place two
amliwq fom ar 1 rW *- Un, ne-ro
umamn named B - m', ationt orty-five
years old, five feet six incheslhig.
-gg 'I'hme above reward I will pay for
deliverinmg him to me, or putting Iiman
mm jil. so that I C.an get himamm.
IInlnllulg, arch21.15:17 i's
4 -L Permsons indebted to thc latte Chmr4
(a. t iman Ireithaupi1t, deceaseda, are regt..st
i' said deceasedt are regtnested to prest~nt
JOhiN iLA USK ETT, Elr'or
N OT ICI:.
A .1. pe'rsonst indaebtedf tom thaeestate ofC Saamue'l
(Caldwaell -:qlate af'Abhieville I )istric't dec'd.
me regneaasaed to tm.a,e pamymaentm iameda'teal y, amma
bmose haavimgs ademandal to paresentt ahemm duly Ijat
'td withmim them aimie pare'scribed by~ law, to e'ither
J. L. PF.ARSON. .-Idm'rs
A. G. C'ALDOWIuLL.
Amagmust P. l8:17 t' 28
ALL1 pe rsons indaebted to fihe latec Jeil'er
sona lihardsontkat, deceased, tare regnetcst
d to anake mimmediate pay'men'mt, andmal nl
*ersonms htavinag dlemandis againast time e'state
I' said daeceased ar'e regneastedi to pre.sett
TMarchm 8. 18::f; tf--5
Sta~ e of' South 4 arol ina.
I N L'QUITY1.
lark Riley', vs. William Riley,
hs'a'1 Rilay. Williaam Lewis anti
Rebleccta hams wife, Jmmaoh llaerd
aad l 'ary has wife, & Sar'y R iley.J
Tmappeain toa matisfanctionm that time
aefenaants Wan. L~ewis taund Rebecca his
aft' resile m tihe State of' Alabaama, amnd
bethI det mo taJohn llav~erd sandt Mamry has
ale, and mar'ah R iley m'eside ina thme Slate of
lihtis, oin mottion am! .James J.' Caidwet'll,
aabemttr, tamrderetd a t time saidl defenanrts
hm amre i ithmoutt the Jimits aof thmis State, alt
lada,aswer 01' diematr to the( Cmlaminanit's
me pubbah'ititon baeaeaf, or' time said Ihill will
a'em taen pro conk sua against thieam.
mhnl W' I leartd anda Isaaec T1.
IIc'ard, vs. B. ii. Windinag,
T ~mapear'ing to my samtisfationm thmat lHar
E-hiell.W Windtitag, therwaise caill II. II.
Vimig, time diefendahint in time aboave statd
na, residles wvithota that liam its of thmis Si mte
iem'efaare, oln amottin of ihansskett, Comm
ha imant's Solicitor, tarderetd thiat time samii
elnlmn in o leatd, anmswer or de'mu tr ton time
omataplamanimt's B ill, wvithiin three amonthls
'tlm thae publicationl hert'of, tar smmld Huhll , il
e tma'tn pro cnfsso ragainist hliim.
*J. 'P'1~iI I V. ,. i. . .
W IA L a: it. .
W IThiroy lollars the Seasoi, Twenty
Dollars the single leap, and Fifly )ollars
insurance, at the plantation of C.ptaina
William It. Mays, four miles below Ldge
field Court 11ouse, on the Stage road lead
ing to Augusta. Ampie preparation for
care and attention to mares will be mad.
They will be pastured and fed on grain, (it
repuired.) at twenty-five cents per day.
Accidents, escapes, sickness, &c. at the
risk of the owners, although every attentiou
will he paid to prevent them.
NULLIF'IEit. is a beautiful Bay, hand
somely marked with a leli'ghtful coat of
hmir. which shews his superior stock. His
appearance is commanding-he is of the
greatest power, substantiality and strength.
lIe will be eighut ycars old this spring-is
full 16 hands high ha) i ng su periorsize, large
bones, and is as well muscelled as any other
horse, in this or any country, and hus as
N. J.-Any person who will make up
a company of five mares, and !ecome re
sponsible for the payment will have the
prviilege of pttting the:n at twenty-five dol
liars the Season.
The Season will commene the fifteenth
of February, and end on the tenth of June.
F'ilty cents to tlc groom in every instance
Pcrformance of Nullifier's Colts.
NULLIF"IEl'S COLTS are now run
ning as well as any colts in this country.
On the Norfolk course, Spring term 1837,
.Taue Iowlett by Nullifier, three years old,
beat the Sweepstake race, mile heats will
ning the first and second heat. Time 1 min
52 see.-I min. 50 see. See Turf Reg.
July, 1837 1. 476.
On the Broad Rock Course (Va) Fall
mecting, W. H. Johnson's b. f. by Nulli
fier, three years old, run a Sweepstakes.two
mle heats, for which fbur other colts of the
iest stock, were entered. This race was
lost by Nullifier's cult, but she was second
best, and contested the race muost gallantly.
The last ieat is pronounced 'cry intcres
tima and the best heat during the week. See
T. Reg. Nov. 18:37 p 559.
On the Union (L. 1) course, Fall meeting
Antoinette by Nullifier. won the Sweep
stakes for three year olds, two mile heats,
wimiing the two first heats. See Am T9
Reg. Nov. 1837 p. 569
Feb. 1, 1838, tf 52
TIlE TIIOROUGI 1t1I1 I oI:sE.
W ILL stand the ensuing Spring Sea
son, commnencig otn the IOta instan,
at James lRogers', l1th at Rtichardson's,
12th and 13 at Turner's Store, 1-Ith at Glov
er's lotel, Edgefield C. II., 15th at Pine
House, 16th and 17th at Jurdeu's, on Edis
to, and 18th and 19th at my Stable on the
Itidge road, and will atteud each. place
every tenth day until 10th of June. Ile
will be let to mares at $8 the single visit,
$12 the season, $15 to insure. In every
instance the insurance money will become
due as soon as the mare is known to be
with foal or exchanged. A company of
seven mares shall lie entitled to a deduction
arai oft each umreO ppu sved mat,
becoming responsible for the whole. All
possible care .aken to prevent accidents,
but I will not he responsible for any.
For particulars of his Pedigree see hand
bill, I. WAH.D.
Ridge. March 10th 1838. d16
WILL statnd the etnsuinig Spring Sealsotn
at my stall at the itidlge, ahd other
places in the District. [For particulars see
IIland 1Bi1l.] Andl will attend am each place
every ninith day afterwardins d!utring~ the Sea
son, & will lbe let to alare% at th-e followin.
ptrices : '8 the single visit,81i2 the Season
and $15 ton insunre a muare with foal. it
every instatnce the mti-nranmce mtoney will
become (lute ats son ats the mtare is known
to lbe witht lhal or exchiantged. A comtipany
of sevn tuares shall be enutitled to a dLelue
tioin of S1 oun each mare bty one miati's he
commig respionsible for the whole. All pos
ibnle care rakeni ton prevent accidents, but I
will not he :-esponsible for any.
GUY RhI VEilS was sired by Iandolphi's 4
Janits, his dattn by Carolinutan, grand datm
by leedford. fi g. dai by Diotrnedn. g. g. g. i
damsu by Qnuieksilver, otut of a Shark 3lare.
latndolphu's Jantus, and Carolinian were
bouth sired by Sir Arebyv, an~d thec g. g, g.
:lamis otfbotli wveresired by imniponrted .lanuts<
In puirily of blood Gn'y Rivers is tunsri
-Issedl, itn beaty ot' cofor anid symm netry
of' form. w ill comnpare withl thle best htorses
af ilhe dayt~. ISA AC JON FS.
Ridge, Felb. 27, tf4
Look at This!
Y imported Jack. DUBLIaN, five years
,~ ol. will stainud at mty stabtle. otnly thriee
mdest and a half' we'st of Edngetiekl Court
H-ouse, thue etinuing Spring Season, antd ho
let to maures at thme followinug prices viz: 85
the seasotn and S$' to insure a mare to be I
w'ith foal. In all cases whuete a muare is
put Ity the insrance, the mtoney will lbe
ronusidered dtto whuen it is ascerta inted tat
Che is in foal or trantsferred. All ptosi 1.14)
r~are will he taketn ton prevent aecidentms bt
I will not be respoinsibulen for antuv. Th'le
benson to cotommee thue tenth of M arch
imd etnd the last of Junite.
W.1~ II 308S.
Felt. 28, 18S38 tI' .
IBroaagit to timc .Jail
O F thuis Distriet, a negro tman hv. thn
name of Nathtan, about (i ft. hiigh ' ery
black, uipper front teeth otut or very shoart.
Nathtatn ts bet weent.55 mid (60 years of atge,
n sttall sear ont hui forehead :and somue otn
las left atrmn. tno (other marks onf uiportanice.
11, has somne free paisses for N. Ca~rolina.
lie says lie b elonmgs to Mir. Mlinsev, livinug
it Maiirrtn Coun~tty. G~eor;;ia. T1he tuner is
*t'l':ested to comtite !brwa rd, provt~e ptroperty,
iiy cbatrges. antd itke hiun awva-. *
C. .J. G;LOV~LI,'1.fE. U.
M~arh 17. le8 t 7
Eat itorjical 4'ttalte i. of 5'. (alaru.
Ills . ork is now ready for delivery to Snu
P cribe~rs at thte Store ot' C ;f. Ihvucl, itti
em A fw estconies iht' e
N v - l r. t ' r ,r o.