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OLD ENGLISH POETRY.
The Kunvarie of the Worlde, sette forthe
in homelie verse, by Cornelius May, from
"Tho Seven Stars of White," 1647.
Ah me, throughonto the worldeo
Doti wickedness abounde!
And well I wit on neither hando
Can honestic be founde.
The wisest man in Athens
Aboute the citie ran,
With a lanthorne in the light of Waie
To find an honeste man;
And when at night lie sale him downe
To reckon on his gaines.
lie onely fmnde-nlack, pooro man!
His labour ir his paines.
A ndoe thou now shalt finde
Alle men of alle degree
Striving as if their onely trade
. Vere that of cheating thee.
Thy friend will bid thee welcome.
His servantes at thy calle
The dearest friend he has en earthe
Till lie has woune thy alle;
lie will piny with thee at dice
Till thy gulde is in his hande,
lie will meete thee at the tennis court
Till lie winde alle thy lande.
The brother of thy youth,
'When yo .slared blooke and bedde,
Would cat himself the sugar-plums,
And leave the barley bread;
But growing up to mnuhioods
lis heart is colder grown;
Aske in thy neede for barley bread
And he'll give thee a stone.
The wife whom thon (lost blesse,
Alack, she is thy curse
A bachelor's an evil state,
But a married min's is worse.
The lawyer at his deske
Good lawe will promise thee,
Until thy very last groat
Is given for his fee.
Tiy baker and thy brewer
Doe wronge thee night and morne;
lnd thy niler, lie doth grind thee
In grinding of thy corue.
Thy goldsmith and thy jeweller
Are leagued in knav'ih morte,
And the elwande of thy tailor
It is an ineihe too shorte.
Thy cooke bath made thy dish,
Froni the ollids on the shelfei,
While fishe & fowlo and savourie iterbes
Are served to himselfe.
The vallet thou lost trust,
Smooth-tongued and plaeid-ficed,
Dothe weare thy brillianties iii his capps
And thou wear'st his of paste.
Alaek! thon enlnst not finde
Of high or luwe degree,
in cott or courte or enbinett,
A man of honestie.
There is not in the worlde,
Northe, southe, or easte, or weste,
WVho woutld mnintnane a righlteus cause
Against his intereste.
Alt me! it grieves me sore,
Anid I sorrowev ntighit and dlaie,
Tonsee how~ ttmn'e areb enemtie
D~oth leunde his so uhe astraie.
T111. DiUUNKARD'S GIIAVE.
I tsaw a youth in his fathler's hall,
Whose joy-lit eye anid aspctm gav
Show'd a hieart yet free fronii pass~zon's tharahl:
Ligh t as the btlallow Oceant's slray:
G eneiins,v virtutoius. lair mid brave,
Yet he fills a dr'unhard's grare.
I saw, by the nudnighnt taper's gleatn,
A tireles student. penisave, pore
O'er hli.t'ry's 'age, or eome nmoble theme,
Thant poets h ave aunna in e lassie lor..
Yet the greeni wvilow doth o'er him ware:
Alas!--he sleeps ini the dirunkaurd's grare.
I saw ani old tian, whmose locks were gray,
Sihver'dl by ente and thme lenigth of years;
Unmuov~edl by these signs of s.Pediv deray,
Anid by his children's fregnuent tears.
Alt!'they anay weep. biut canlnot save
T hat errinig tmani frm a dlrunk~ard's,.grare.
The young. the old, antd the hrnvye nrme there,
Tihe tiod iad the hitumble to'gethier sleep;
The fat her eught by intoimperanlce' siore,
And Ihi son, who once coiuld o'er himt weep.
T1he rich-the pout -thme fre-the shave,
G~o alike to the dIrunkard's gra re.
Tnim. N:warParen.-A n~ewspap)er takenm
ini a famitly seenms to shted ai gleam of itmel.
ligenlce around. It gives t lie childretn a tate
Ibr reading-it comhmnunicates till the im
portantt events wvhich ate pasin~tg itt the~
busy wvorld; it is a nievor failing source of
amusemenctt; and furnishes a fund of inistrue
tiont which will never be exhatusted. E very
family, however poor. if they' wishz to hold a
plice in thme rank of intelligenst bieing-,should h
take at least one newvspnpnter. And the
mian, who, possessedl of ptroperty stullicient
to miake himself easy lbr life-, namid surronna
ded by childhren enger for knowledge, is in
stigated by the vile spirit of etapidity andt(
iteglects to subscribe to a tiewspaper, is I
deficient in the duties ofa paen ir a good
eitizens, and is deserving of enasture of his
G0 n~en ULRSl:wARFt..-TIhe Legislatuire
of Indiana has passed a severe law uagainmst
gatmblin~g. Tlheo lawv putnishtes all persons t
convicted of beitng professed gambmlers. itd
who travel through the country with ganm
bhing apparatus, by imprisonetnt in the
enitentiary for from onte to ftive years, anrdt
it isfrachisemeint, notm exceeding a term of
Ro-. Bn.'.m.-JVere are some old tricks
whiel are piayed over and over again, and
still gull the public. A fellow far tap towls,
gave notice, at few nights ago, I lot he would
give an exhibition, showiag "how to niake
u pair of ioes in two minttes;" admittintne
sixpence. laving fille.1 ;a large cellar wit I
anxions spectators, he eatne upon the 'stnmue'
with a pair of ofd boots in one hand, stand a
knife in the ohlier. Taking his sent upon
the "kit," he ct ofl the lops of the boots,
opened thet in the liop, pinnched holes
through the sides, and put strings in t thus
perlecting a pair of shoes -'in fhe shortest
space of ime."-N. Y. Whig.
The followimng witty reply ofa witty vonng
lady is not had. "I have been troubled
with weak eyes for more tian ten years,"
said Dr. 1. "and I ani not nhle to tell the
calse." "Can't you?" snid Miss F., "I
cnn." "What is it!" -ecatuse they are
set iii a weak placc," was the reply.
"Won't yon write some lines on me?',
said a scofer to a roguish young poet.
"Certainly sir," answered the other with i
As soon as the otiher's hnek was tusrne.,
lie chalked the word "sheep stealer" he
tween his shoulders.
firSToRtY OF TtE WORLD.-Whatever
porliois of* man's history we study, we jall
find that the weak and the wickied are the
insst nsuneronis, andsi the pulrei- nad the good
apienr onlv here and there, like ice-bercs,
which, in tlie midst of the sailt sea, preserve
the sweetness of their waters.
The New York, Journal of Comnmerce (of
Friday ilorniig. states thsal the bi hil "o fa.
cilitate file restunption of specie paymseents
hy ti Banks of New York, and to provide
r;r -a issue of State Stock," has been lost,
in 'onisequence (if a disagreement between
,he tn% o Ilouses as to some of its provisions,
-chiefly that relating to Post Notes.
*tatc of Sotith Carolina
Pat rick Diln. Bill to forerlose
vs. Jose'ph Travis, Mtrtgage.
IT nppearing to my satisihtion that Jose1h'I
Tra' is, the dei'lait in ibis case. resides
lseyon:d the linaits of this State: Ortdered that he
do appear and plead. ansns r or demaier to the
hill afores:iid, within tlree otinths froin the date
o Wie publicatiin hereof, or lite said bill will he
takein agauist hiin pro confesso.
WM. C iLACK, C. E.A. D.
Coisn'r's Olice, Fel 2(, .3:us ac 5
State of o1uth Carloilla
IN E QUIT '.
\nron Lomax & others Bill hv
I-x'r. of ltih 'lorrnh dee'd Ex'r lir
vs. Jaine Morrah widow advice di
and others. f rection &c.
T'l appearing to my snuisraction thatJohn
I I'. M 'arrah and Robert Maorrah two of
tite defendants in this case, reside without
she liinits ofthis Slate, on motio; Ordered
that they do severally iiliar. & plead, nn
swer or denttr, to the hill of com plaint in ths;
case, within three monthis fron the date ofi
this publication, or the said hill of complains
will be taken pro confesso, as against theni
WMi. C. BLACK, c. r7, A. D.
Co .rsOrr, Marei t4 1838, ar 11
State of Smuth ( arolinlntt
IN TJ'lE CO0 IMON P'LEAS.
IE. & C. YaraIllv.
Barthe'l WVindinig,-~ashher Av-r'.rcH~iIEN-.
tW liantinsg, vs. the Same.t'
IIFIC AS the lainitifln did tis dhay file
the iir 'declaratioin in the O )lire asi' this
Cout, agtinst the D~efenadanit. w-ho is aet f'rosin
iad withouit the hinsits of' the State. (as it is said.
lid hauvimg nieithe~r wuife~ or nttorneay knaow 5; with'
a thet samsae, onl wvhiom a copay ot*'thae declaratios
with a rule to pslead thereto otughat to bea served:
IlD astheretore ordersed, that, the defensdaint supar
asad ladi to the said delnationas within a vear
md11 a dany. cthieiwru nis ial jndgment will be gisven
uad amwarded aga nsst heisn.
(;hlORG is POPE, c. c. p.
Cleak's Oflice. D~ec. I, 18137 daq 44
I.", iLE CO0.1 LMOY PLJ'.; S
Johns Logans, v's. A
rusnaes !4. L.trsanru. ArrAcu:Ex-r
'lltfl-AS thae Plainstiti'hailh this day filedi
T hais dheclarations ntgninist the D efenaidsant i
t'ho re.-ide5s eyond the himiitis ni' thais Ssate, and
uinvmg neither wif'e or attorney within theiare rs
aipon whoma a copy of' said deiclaratiuss, wvith a' (1
nile tos plead thsereto, msay lbe servesd. It is O r-f
leredl, that the said D)efenadnt do plead io thme
nyd l declarationi wit hiin a year and a clay, fronia
hsis date', othesrwise tianal asnd absolute jnadgmaient
hill be awarded agaiinst hliml.
(;EORGIE POPE, c. c. r
(ZCrk'sOfiice, Oct2t, I837 dq 4
tate of South ( t 0lin
IX IlI COMMONV PLI:As.
Vaalker', CIovingtona & 'ris telisst
F~aiir, vs. rigAtaunn, 1
Pa;rkt & l'owuler. \ssntanpsit. v
'JhI lI It AS the l'lainstilfs did thsis day tile I
WV their dielsarasionss ina athe I iice a' ahs
onrsst, nsgniaist the Defenidiats, who ar-e abasenatt
mms atid without the limsits of' this State. (as ia is
aid) and havingi sieithaer of' them'a a wife osr attr
ley. knowns withaian the sasme, on ni hsam a copy of
ev dieclarationi with a rule. so pleadi thereto, tsughtw
,s hsi setr-ed: it is thesrefoire ordered, thiat the, )e
-nani~ts do appear;il aned liad to thet saisi dea'ira
ont withIitn a yearn aid a slay, ot herwisa' fisial andis
adgsmenit will lie given ansd nwairdedi agatist themas.
JA M F.S WVA It LA W, c. c. r'.
ierk's Oflice, Nov 17. ls437 dssg 4h:t
eS:f tat of "'0uthI ' nrlhinha
IN (COM3b0N l'I.EA4. -
JauctiChambherlin, : fllttmnt in Assquwl. O
Snuivoar, vs. TI'ro Nots- lamap og .
Johns A. Y'onaag. $:t5:3 50 ets.
II l- P'ininaiti' iaig this dnay filed Isis sde.
. larnationa ini this casev, ina thie ( kr/ s O.la
sai the saisd Johnt A. Yanutg hanvinag no wile or.
tionesy, kniowni to he ina this prisnc'e, uponli
s'iains a cospy or the said d'clasratisn withls
p.cial order tat tihe Coturt esnosed thesresn. cian
e served: It is thierefosre Ordered. thant thet saidsl
aoin A. Yonsng dto apspear stssanmkse hais tdefenC,
vith a yevar anud a day, froms the fing oaf te su
saciarsaon, as atforaesaid, or final andh ailal.w;
idgsment will bae forthawitha givens and awarde'd Isis
lae said plaintiff'.
J AS. W ATRDL AW, c. c. r.
Clerk's Ofe, a. 17, lS%8 dagq 51
Endian ianaea 1
ULST hleivedl a freshl sispply of' KNIA;
PA NW A i.A sit thbe ti',iec,1, Miia:.. ..tn..
Ileniry Moore and
lIleanor Moore, vs.
luo. litaskett. Adnr lill for Arrount and
,f Juo. MA"'re, deced. Seulement.
Wm. J. Wightmaian
mid wife. and another.
1 I Ei Comspiainats hiaviig filed their bill in
the Court of Equity for l-dgetield District,
in the Statte aforesaid, claiing that they, f und tha
l)afenidnt Ann Vi ltman. aid her .ister -
IIarknes, if living. tire entitled to di estate of
te intestate Johts Moole, dcensaed, in efi~nd
Shares, on motiotn of' Griflin. Coiplainant's S0
licitor. it is Ordered, that all persons interested
inl the scttlement of said ettate, do alppeiar and
iiterpoIse niy objections, which they can if riglht
mntako to tle distribution of the said estate. t1s
prIaveat for inl the bill, before the Conunissioner
af the said Coirt, at Edgefleld Court Ionse, onl
Dr before the fourth Mondav inl May next.
Feb. 23. 1838 ac 5
It is furher ordered that the above be pub
lished fir three months in oie or more uhlic
(azettes inl this State. WIM. IA PE R.
State of iouth Carolina.
IN E QUITY.
Patrick Duncan, vs. Margaret
Iloeidersoi, John tichey. & Bill to
the heirs and Admniistrators foreclose
or Williamni I hd ge., jun. and Morgap.
of Willianml Iides, sen. J
I plpi aringa: to ao. r-atisfneion that of the
( defernanats inl this case James I.. 1lode ,
itichard Ihnde..lhti air .lohn V I Ifi... es.
Walter or Wat. Ilod!es o.las stn' l I.tiin
hetlh his wife. J. ssa \Wiliam -anad I.naev Il - wit.,
lanes Toinsoni or Jai,-s I niwa,w ij Polly i.;s
wi'e. Wilev Ciimin- and I rankv bi, wife'.' .aat
Saralh II.dges, I. irs of Wirilia lI'lodgqn. jr. nnd
af Willnaiam iIdgves ..ii. reside bevonldail the linains
rAf this State. Ordereri that tlhet- do .:verallI IIp
|war al lilad. anlswe'r fir dealar to the latiove
Iiietlonae~d bill. n% ithin thri-e moniais fromii tte
riate oftl pubhlieaiiian her ,t or tihe saidhill will,
is t) thein re.aeetively. he taken pro ranrisso.
WM. C. 11LACK. C. E. 4. D.
Commer's I lice, Felb. '26. 1838 cC 5
State of Moith Cl-olina
ABB EVILL E DISTRICT.
ratriel. nIt. tan. vs. Atgulistill:.
Arsuad. lethin tioRla isetn, Dill to
Ia,-hi Ilih:ana. ath aiv heirs . lortr.ce
taint Aahlaair-to-r ofL aloa J Afortgage.
I' aii-aring to ai sntisfiaction thnt Williai
y and Virinia S. his witi..iAder It.
Ih llla. Wi. P. DIlph. Itobert J. Delph. "Mat
I.. tI lh. Maa tha (G. Ih-lphi.& L~onin IE. IHelpha,
eirs of lHoelrt 1'. Delih,i soie 41f the.d, Fe ai
lants ia this case, reside Vonad the litaits ol tlis
It: Ordei ed that alay 'h, severally taippear
ind pleid. n[swer or demarto thj ill niit'ra'.id
wihni three an this rima the f ate of tlaa publi
7attor) hereof, air the said lhill will, ne at tohem re
4lpectively, Ie taken pro confesso.
W M C. BLACK, C. E. .1. n.
Coin'r's Odlivc, Feb. 26, 1838 ne 5
Stt of' '-0Hoill - t A|na.
I I EQU I'I' .
P'atrick Duncan. vs E:lizaeth.) i// l tofJre
Cailenas antid others, heirs of c/use Alart
Williati Caalleiis deceased. .a'e
'I*lapipearig to my satisiit tion tiit :.FA
f hlleth Cialens widow. nald icahard ( alle.ns
tai Ilijnh Cnillens. its oW Williaim il:0ea,.., .14-.
!e.ased, defidants in th.is Case. reside leyoatd the
atits orlhia State: Ordeied that they seranlv
ho iipliear and pland. nins'n er - r detii'r :4$ th'e
)itl ato esa. within three iontr.o tCz he palb
in:lgti oif this order. or the said hill will. as, to
tbem resiectively. ie tikein pro.onfrsso.
W.M. C. ISLA CK. t . E... 1).
Commia'r'C Oflce, Marchi i, 1 net;
Sale of Otith (Carl- ilut
P~atrick. Dnnaennaa .s fitchard i/tofnrrosec
I aidges & Vanleuntinie Va'anag.Mrgg.
T~'I ap >penrinag to amy satiaaliactioin that Richaardt
U.II a fues, ane ai* I the dlefeindatt in t his ,ta..
esideis beyondtat thin i tsa of alhe State: Ordi redl
taut hie doa tappeaar aid palead. answer or dIeiaaur
Stheg lill aforei'sad. withina tharee anioths fromi thea
late ot the plien ctin hecreof. ot the said bill
raul, zas to han, lie takena pro ronfersso.
W M. C. B LA CK. C. E. 4. 0).
Coatnrr's C )liceo, F,-b. 2(6. .1838 ac 5
"'tate of 'iouthi "arolinat.
Pnitrick Daaacana, vs. Johna 11i// to foreclose
* T aappe:aaring to maa szatisfneaiona that Johna Wi'l
soaa, (-aont of Chn'artes.) oane of thet de'fendlaat
ih eli nsea. re-ades hey nd the liamits of this Mta te:
)rdearedl tat lie (to appecar aand ptenad, answer oir
emua ar to the abaove natnaed ball, iin a tharee
aonith I raomi athe dtate of athe pubhlient iona hiereof.
r thie omdia bilt wi, as to hiam, be ta kena pro con
'Io. WM. C. llL A C, L. E. .1 ).
Coann'ars Oflice, Feb. '26, 18:38 ac
Stitle ml' 80tl Ii BIoljtm.
is l(G FI131.I) I IS'itICT.
i S ill: COMMOA PL EA S.
Jiuhna 3. razier. TTAauiIENT.
I' lIE Phluantitfi~avaing thais day tilead hisdleclara
itnt it the above caseC. anad the Defendnuii
~ig wthouit wate air :attoraaey, kanown to be wvithin
an ate. iuponi whom a copy~ or stid declaraioin,
jah a rutle to plead. couald be served: It is Or
"ra dt. thaat tie said D~Weendat do plead to the
aad dheelaionaai wtthia, a year aand a day, fromt
is dtate aor inadgmanat tiaal aid a.bsoinate wilt tbe
ive ataglainast hun.
GjEO. P O.C.P.
Noaveamber -1, 1837 asd 42
(hatl 4Of Sohiti 'arol WDl.
IN TJIIE COMIMON I~LAs.
iLtrkini Grilin, vs.
'ho'.. M. ('lark. sairvivor Attachment.
Ii0' h intilr latving tiliang his delarationi in
.this cSa sad the dtefenadaint hanvinig neither
-d'e nor attioaaaey kniowtn to lbe iai this State, Or
redl, thaat alar sntiulI eedant do aappear sand plead
a tthea plainatitT's dleelnrtioaa withmt nt year anad a
ray tromi the piubliction thecreof', or Judgaat
Iasolte wiltl be awtarded agaist himaa.
Clerka's Ofilec. Jan. 23, 1838. duaq 5W
A IIEl'IILLE DIST.RICTJ.
IN 'TilE COMMON PLEAS.
.K. Buatle'r &,Co. vs. Attachmente.
.*ha aa IB. Muarrnhl. Assumspait.
*NIJE Pltainitiff hiaving thais dsay filed their
declaratina, anad thea IDefenadanat hanviaag
aither wife* noar attorney, knaown' to be in this
title. orderid, that if the said Defetadant do
ot tiaear anad aiake his defence. within ayear
nad a d~ny fromn this dhate, final ad absoluate
aanient shall be forthwiith given atnd awar'ded
a the staid Plainatitis ian uttachmtet.
JAMES WALhDLAWV,-c. c. r.
-Cleik'.sOfice. Dec. 4.1837 ma
Dr. Jolan SapplAlgon's
Are ofsrcd tot It. public as ai m-sisasiat an.- effuiual
reaeCdyforjecer.s oj' crerj description
j AM of opiniun that til ivers4 are a taliy of
disenq. fromn hel miidlem iltswrmliutent upl to
Ute iighesi grade of) ellow ieer, and that the
ditfirent denaarninataans of ftevert, are simply
owing to some partictilar state of tit- atmossplu-re
or to sotte peculitir conmtition of tie system; and
will slight variations, etch as I lave imaide, the
treatment should lie te sane. I atim ialoe ofopen
iou that this tmtast be the prevaihing theosly or the
day, or low is it that playsicias tro-at evers
'lroughout withi Calomel and a tew other dephl
D1escription and treatment of fevetra. viz:-lest.
Intennittent or Ague and 'rrer. 2dlv. Bilious
Fcrer. :Wlly. Typhus or Nervous Fcrer, aid all
other fevers by whatever namne they may be
lat. Of laterinittent or -Ferer and Agne. I
consider all revers of atn intermitte.nt character
which cool off once in twenty-four hours, wheth
er preceded by a chill or not; or whether the
fever and chill rise and continue together, or if
there be no chill at all. Sometines fever of this
character continues 24 or 48 hours without inter
mission, and sometimes it occursonly every third
day. Nine tenths of the fevers of this state, and
most otiher states of this union, partake more or
less of thi character, and in all their various ap
Jearances tle treatment should he the same.
I'his medicimie cures Iv correcting the bile, giv
ing tone and energy to tihe stoimlach and howels,
and thereby comam......ating hieahhls and strength
to tile whole systens It is also eslil-s4esd of suchi
.smigiular and 'admirable properttes, int it does
not sicken the to: char no oper-:te ont the bow
el- as at ptrgaive'. It I.reaks the fever ill from
24 to 48 hors, uaring which titme the patient
fi-elkatll sensible hiwnetit from it, bt findis him
cola'seb'sudde v.-ll without ll-im consciousof its
swaiel' sit u'ration. There is no arsenic or an;y
o ,:-,r - ,rtir- fl apoorisoniotis nature in this medi
cs'me. It is entirely larmles-; wotten in any sit
utiisanon tway take it n% ith perfect salisty; n6 if
doible the hplantity herein recommendedh tis ta
km'n. no lad ellects wiould ie produced I it.
Ilh increase-d demand fir this medicine. has in
duced ile in ututre to prepare it only in the form
of pills. as tile transportatiom of vials is both inl
conve:-ient and unsafe. For grownm persons or
children wlo prefer lakimig it in a lignid form, it
can be prepared conivenienkly by any person in
t:e follewing manner. pound twelve pills vell,
piti f- preparation into a vial, and pour two
commton1 szS-d tabme spoonfiais of whiskey or wa
ter to it spirits of asy kind are best. Aily other
41111'- tity o tho I imimd may lie prepiared at the
sam. time. I). amnrea'g or lesseainmg the iliniti
. ofthe mi dcme in thle same pior.Orion a, de..
Trrmwrnt --If the! p:itinsi pref.rs taking a
tike or1 puree belifre I&tw ataome, cs tI.e am-se o
ti1s mtdlemj.. I ba.svi Iil.ec . tomt is rarely
i ever a-ceusary. lie can dlrmk cold water or
make uisi' of any kiamd of* diet suaitable iar i sick
per.-on, withoot time least danger or stullering tie
slightest incnavenience from it. A grown per
sonm % ill take for a duse a pill or cmnmon sized
t. a spoonaii of tile liqluid every two hours. both
day tamd aiilit. uintil tle disease is broken: clail
lren a- 10 vears old will take '10 or 40 drops,
amand those three or l'or years tild will take 15 or
20 droli. atia mt:it :t or 4 weeks old will take
froi. It to t. dropis. repeale-d and continied as re
comasnnded Ior grown per.mons. Bit as persoms
tire %ery sta eet to a relapse mar rettu i of this dis
ease, w he!haer they are- cl; 'd ita this or any other
way, it would bei vell ta coinuime taking three or
fir d.. a day until illae stieigth and complex
ion are resored, and particiularly if the person
suato .ready had s-vera relapses. line box will
eire two liersons o'a coniton attack ofagste and
fever. ilefore the liquid is taken the viaI should
be well shaken.
2dly Offli/ions Feer. This is a ;sore obsti
natte and l'angeroius disease than iterniatent or
aitiue aand fever. there are generally three orfiatr
elatys iadisposition preu tous to the onset of this
lisease. anl asmuiently chilly trensatios fair a (lay
or two ater. Vheis this' di-ease is properly
imi tned it rarely yields to any treatiteit tnder 8 or
iii dsl. ands somtetinmes mneh~l lonager.
:t'y Of 'llshuas or Ncrrous Ferrr. This is
still a amuch amore obastinat'e aand dlangerouscdiqsease
thanu biliouas fever, andl apparenotly more maild in.
thme connnttenceiment. It ollena conttinmues fifteent
or twenty days wvithi scarcely any remaission or ian
trassaont, wthl great prostrattimn of body tad
dlepression of aminad. It maty be well to observe
thi.tt TIyphuis fever is maost commasont in. she wiatter
aand sparantg, antd Blilhoius fever itt the stummner and
tall. In thea first stage of'all fevers, it is coammon
tsar the tongue toa be covered with a whmitish coat,
uend iif the fever is tnt brokent aand rtins inato thae
seconad stage. it is apt to assumtte a ycllowvish
brownl color, anid it the thaird and last stage of
fet ers, (and liarticutlarly if they are of a higha
grade antd mtahigiant character) time tontgte isapt
to assumte a dairk browat color, of'dif ferenat degrees
ofsamoistumre; someatimtes it is exceedhingly dry; iln
this satge of the' disease thte patienat is ollean sen
slae ora hot or hmirtiatg seansation in thse stoacah.
Imhe symnptasns of these twvo diseases tire so ittuch
alike mt thmeir far-i stage that phaysacianas ofhen dif
toi as to their reaml character, nor does it maatster
aiteriatlly, becatuse the treantmenat of botht shotuld
lie pretty naimehi the same, wvilla thais exception,
that typhuas 'ev'er does ntot reqsuire ntor will it
besar as anmeh- strng isickening msediciaae as bail
. 'aI'reaacn i, thme first stage of thto two last
diseases, i give a pulke sr onae or two smaal dloses
of calomnel or soatne othei maesdicine that will ope.
rate uipon thes stomanch anad bowels. Undser any
circumasastancses I object to givinag more stronag
mtediciane, anid ntae e etlly of opintion tht re
plentedh doises o1' such opeantting msedicines do
aiiore hsarmn thana goaod. Aflei thus olperatinag n
the staomach and howeols (and evena withoit it)
si severatl days have elapised andas myi pat:'ntt lie.
'omel~ nht In. esaconnuenice wvith thte pills aid dhrops,
andl givet ia a t ma vr It e hours, that is eight
dostes ana eh 5 wenaty lier aoaa s. with a regutlar
tuse oR' Virginint sns ke-root, ear -asim othaer swat
inag tea, siuch as hsyssni sage oir balm.t shoutld
ther patienit sui1'er atmach with pais ill te hteaid
baick or elsen heare,, give twenaty or twtenty-fiv'e
drops of latndaana sat night, ilit hte a ga swnm per.
son (childremi shsomld ttakeleescomrrespondsling with
theirages) atnd should lhsbcome aneimhl dlebilita-.
led frm a conttinuatain oR' the disease, andl part
ticualarly if the handms atnd 'eet biecomae ceild, give
a draught of toddhy or wvine esvemy three or foutr
hours usitil lie recovers; continuaae till the timie toa
uase thae pis or drops as recmnnnmenided. Th'le
diet shsould be lmight, anid takem onmly a little ait a
tisme anda often.
Bleedingi is so aehloam requiired in thsese sdisea
ses that i:t as scarcelv nteeasary to imenation it; if
it ever is resorted to it shousld be an thse early
stage of thsenm.
Blistering is somaetinwsas tusefuilandsl aniely ifcev
er injturoos; but it shomld lie chiefly resortedh to
in the last .tage,whlen, lsere is delirium or hatstin~g
coldness int the r xtremitie-s. In the 'renmatent of
eithier of thiesse diseases, I woutld pirefer the bowv
oh,; to be ss rathaer a costive than Iaxattive consdi
lion. But should the howels ho ton iniactive,
give brokena doses of salts or oil, sir openi thenm
wvith injectionsaa, asnd if they should lhe two laxa
tive, give six or eight drops of laudanumsa two,
three or four tanmes a dlay, unatil the loosnesa is
restraiaed. Afy experiece's int the treatmaet of
yellow fever hans not been very eutenlsive.- buat it
as neither more nor less tana time highe'st gradle of
bilious fever, atnd should be treated pretty mouch
in the samte way.
Salinae Counaty, Missouri.
Price 31 50 pr box.
Numberless cetrtifatcat q of this medicinte, have
been tentdered, hut I have alhought fit to iansert on
ly ltme following fronm thme Rev. Joel 11. Hladent,
Rfeaster of the Land OQiaca for the Spriag Field
district. Mo., which see ua to enuebrace tie opin
ioans of' manalay in diilesent s:-etionls t. the .ouoitry.
Iaving travelled mucha 'ever tie staes. botis
west itud satit, und laai ini,: hear d muche'i s:aid in
fmi or of Dr. -oappingtone's aavt r pills, I do Iete
by certify. that I believe ther. how. twuver yet been
any aeneicine otfered it) tie pubhisc so efficacious
in the cire of fi.vers ase ihw wlic'. he has pre
pared. I have known inmi . Iaboturinig under fi
ver ad ague, cured it. tht courwseol Iroinu 24 to
4. holms; and aIl cases ot fever in which I have
k mnwn it used. it his never Cailed to elect a ctire,
so fir as known to ene!, in.. aeorter time than any
mediciane I have ever knsown used I do there
fore recovmmend it to all peronms inboring tiunder
rever. as the best remedy knownas to the public.
JOEL Ii HADEN.
A fresh aiipply of the above valiable nedi
eine is offered for sale at the Edgefield Drug
April 19 11
T IE above- is anever failing remedy ftorlthat
variety of colic, so distressing to Infaists,
and for which the most injunous anodyne sub
stances are too comnnonily given. It is safe and
soothing. and instead or producing costiveness. it
usually operates gently on the bowels.
This remedy has now been used for several
years. with that success and approbation, which
q stack medicines made to sell. cannot comminand.
It is extensively sted by the best physicians in;
the . ountry, and to use the language of niany a
mother, acts as a charm. A'hile at allays the
pai and lulls the child to rest, it does not leave
biehind it those impleasunt sy mptomns. Which
Laudanuam, Batemans Drops, &c. generally pro
duce. Ample directions atecompanay each vial;
and certificates of its efficacy (if reqmired) catn be
produced fromn the iost respectable citzens of
Carolina and Georgia. For sale by
KITCII EN & RIOBEIRTSI)N.Ilfamburg,
F.DW. WEBBI.Andersoa C H.
WM. HACKETT. Penoed.oton C. II.
1)t. E. J. M1I MS, Edgrfed C. II.
Feb 5 1838 If I
H L JEFFERS & Co. icknowl
. edAes renewed oibligaions to their
friends and custotmeis for the very liberal
patronage heretore bestowed on them;
and beg leave to antiounce, that they have
now on hand, and will continue to receive,
a well selected assortmaent of GOODS,
isrown anti Lonaf Sugar,
Green and White Collee.
N.0. & Sueur Hionse Modianes.
hile aid o tris of -t- 1,.at selet-itn.
(:ani Fl--r-whole and hal ltil.
112.1 ROpe indl agin4
ion anld S6tcel,
Togethecr w ith all other -rite r- inl i firo
ctry Line:-which they % ill ,ell. air i-ad to
order, Warranted Good, it the low est mar
They also continue to transact Commis
son Businees, including receiving and for
wardiug of Goods; and teler to their
friends assurance of their best attention to
Orders in that line of business.
Hamburg, March 1838. tf 5
Tihe Pemndleton Messenger will inseri the
above four times ant seta their bill for
payncni to 11. L. J.
AN4W AY aron the Subscri
her on the iaght of th ath of
Pehruary hst, froim my place two
miles from I lamiirg. S. C. a negro
tuan ined BWN, about forty-live
- ears old. tive feet six inchaes high.
S'rihe :ibove rewtrdl I will pay for
deliveritg him to me. or puttang him
in jail so thaat I catn get hima.
IIE)MA-: KI RNAGHIAN.
Iiambuitrg. Alarch 2t6, 18137 tf $
AL I. Personas indebted to the late Chr
tiana Breithau pt, deceased, are regis.t
ed to mnake imnmeiate patymenit. And r i
persons having demands against the estr te
of staid deceased ar'e requtestedh to prese uat
thema duly attestedl.
JOllN IIAlUSK ETT, Er'o
Al .L persons inadebtedl to the estate of Samuel
Ctahiwell lEsq. late afA bheville Disarict dee'd.
arc requIested to maiake puame~nt immnediately, and
those h aving deamands to preset thmem daily at
tested writhain the titme prescribed by law, to either
of the subscribers.
3. L. PE.ARISON, Adne'rs
A. G. CALDWVEL.
Auaguat 8. 18:37 tf 28
ALL persons indebted to the late Jeffer
so ihardson, deceased, are request
ed to maake immnediate paynment, tand all
persons having detnandis against the estate
of saidi deceased are requaestedi to presenat
themat dly attestead.
Afonreh 8. 18:le: ~
EIGEFi ELD) DISlTiCTl.
Mark Riley, vs. WVilham Ribev,
Isaae Riley'. William L~en. is n'ml
Re-beac ae hiwfo, Johan Hlaverd(
and M ary his n ife, & Snry R iley.)
T'1appearing so inly tatisfac'tiotn that the
.fdfenaantts Wma. Lewi-st n.' iibecca hais
wiife, resiade in thle Sate ot A lah:, mn, uan-'
the dlefendlants John Haverd iad li.ery his
iwife, and Sarah Riley residet in lte Staite oh
Illinois, on maotian of James J. (.Caldlwell
Solicitor, oradesd hallit the said dleftendmantts
who are wiithou~at the litmits of' this State, do
tpiendt,answer or demnur t) the Comhan~ t'as
illI of cotmapliait wvilhin three mosnths froan
the pulblicauioni heteLnf. ar thle aai Hill wrill
be taikeni pro conyJ#sso ag~iais themaa.
Comt'e'r's Omlee, Edlgaeli, jm~Feb:,. 1838 4
Statec of Moth~~ a1rolina.
Johan W ileard and Isaae T.
Heard, vs. H. ii. Winadinag,
I T appiearinug to my statisfactiona that Har
thl11'indinag, otherwvise called B. 1H.
WVindaing, he' diefendlant isa the above statedi
case, resides wrlitat the liumits of thlis Statue
therefore,0 on motion of Hlansket., Co~ii
pilainant's Solicitor, orde'red thsat the said
dlefenidatat do pkend, taasw er or dem ur to the
Conpmaimant's Bill, within three mnasths
froma thec punhheation hereof. or said BIll will
be taken pro confesso againast himi.
Com'er'sOmee.c Ethgfsel~i Feb-, 1838 .
W ILL Stand the ensuing Seaon at
'i'lnilty Dollars the Senson, Twenty
Dollars the singt leap, and Fifty Dollars
imsurance, at the plantation of Captaiu
% illianm 11. Mays, four miles below Edge
field Court House, on the .Stage road lead
ing to Augusta. Ample preparation for
care and attenion to mares will be made.
They will be pastured and fed on grain, (if
required.) at twenty-6ve cecuts per day.
Accidents, escapes, sickness, &c. at the
risk of the owners, although every attention
will he paid to prevent them.
NULLIFIER. is a beautiful Bay, hand
somely marked with a delightful coat of
hair. which shews his superior stock. Hil
appearance is comimanding-ho is of the
greatest power, substantiality and strength.
He will be eight years old this spring-is
full 16 hands high having superior size, large
hones, and is as well muscelled as any other
lorse, in this or any country, and has as
N. B.-Any person who will make up
a company of five mares, and become re
sprnsible for the payment will have the
prvilege of putting them at twenty-five dol
tars the Season.
The Season will commence the fifteenth
of February, and end on the tenth of June.
Fifty cents to the groom in every instance
Performance of Nullifer's Colts.
NULLIFIER'S COLTS are now run
aine as well as any colts in this country.
On the Norfolk course, Spring term 1837,
Jane Rowlett by Nullifier, three years old,
beat the Sweepstake race, mile heats win
ning the first and second heat. Time 1 min
52 sec.-1 min. 50 see. See Turf Reg.
July. 1837 p. 476.
On the Broad Rock Course (Va) Fall
meeting, W. R. Johnson's h. f. by Nulli
fier, three years old, run a Sweepstakes,two
mile heats, for which four other colts of the
best stock, were entered. This race was
lost by Nullifier's colt, but she was second
best, and contested the race most gallantly.
The last heat i4 pronounced 'very interes
tint and the best hent during the week. See
T. Rea. Nov. 1837 p 559.
On the Union (L. 1) course, Fall meeting
Antoinette by Nullifier. won the Sweep
stakes for three year (tls, two mile heats,
winning the two first heats. See Am T.
Reg. Nov. l.S:7 p. 569
Feb. 1.l838, tf 52
THE TloIIO UG11 BlREE HORSE.
H E R CLINE
I LL. -and the etnsuing Spiting Sea
son, couamzencmin ol tme lot., instan,
at James Rogers', 11th at Rtichardsou's
12th and 13 at Turner's Store. 14th at Glov
er's Hotel, Edgefield C. If., 15th at Pine
House, 16th and 17th at Jurdcu's, on Edis
to, and 18th and 19th at my Stable on the
Ridge road, and will attend each place
every tenth day until 10th of June. He
will be let to mares at $8 the single visit,
$12 the season, 815 to insure. in every
instance the insurance rmnuey wilI become
due av soon as the mare 's known to be
with foal or exchanged. A company of
seven mares shall he entitled to a deduction
of $1 on each mare by one apmproved man
bwecoming responsible for the whole. All
possiable care taken to prevent accidents,
but I will not he responsible for any.
For particulars of his Pedigree see hand
bills, R. WA RD. -
Ridge. March 10th 1838. de 6
THE THOROUGH BRlED HORSE
W L L stand the ensuing Spring Season
vvat my st able at the Ridge, ahd other
places in the District. [For particulars see
Iland Bill.] And will attend at each place
every ninth day afterwurds dluring thme Sea
son, & will he let to Mares at the following
prices ; 8 the single visit, $12 the Season
and 815 to insure a mare with foal. In
every instance the inarance mloney will
become due as soon as the nmare' is knotnn
to be with foal or exchanged. A comp'any
of seven mares shall ho ennitledl to n de al
tion of $1 on each nmare by onme maa he.
coming responsible for the whole. All ,.
ible care taketn to prevent accidents, but I
will not be responsible for any'..
GUY R IVERS wvas siredl by Randolph'~s
Jantus, his dam by Carolinman, grand dlamn
by Bedford g. g. dam by Dionmede, g. p. g.'
dam by Quicksilver, out of a Shark Mare.
Randolph's Jatnus, and Carolinian were
both sired by Sir Archy, anad the g. g, g.
datms ofboth were sired by imported Janus.
Int pturity of blood Guy Rivers is unstir
passedil in beauty of color and symmetry
of form, will compare with the best horses
oif the day. ISA AC JONES.
Ridge, Feb. 27, uf4
L ook at Thin!
YI1 impored Jacnk DUet ' ive years
ld-wl stand at my st able, only three
mniles .atnd a hamlf wes of Edlgefield Court
H-ouse, the ensnting Sprine Senson, and lie
let to mares at the followinig prices-aviz: $5
the seasona and $8 to insure a mare to be
with foal. In all eases wvhere a mitre is
put by the insurance, the money will be
considleredl dtue when it as ascertainedl that
she is ini foal or transferred. All possiLlo
enare will lie taken to pre.venat accidents but
I will not be responsible for any-. The
Sensoni to cotmmentce the tenth of March
atnd end the last of June.
WV. HI. MOSS.
Feb. 28, 1838 tf 4
Brought to thae .l
O F'ths "Dis''i'', a"egro mn b the
name of Natha n, atlbout 6 ft. high, very
black, tipper front teeth out or very short.
Nathman is betweeni 55 and 60 years of age,
a small scar on hia forehead and some on
his left arm, no other nmarksof importatnce.
lie has some ftree passeS for N. Carolina.
lie savs he belotgs to Mr. Minsev, living
in Marion County. Geoirgia,. rThe owner is
rcietested to comet f'orwanrd, provec property,
pay charges. antd tke him away.
C. J. GLOVER,J.E. D.
Marcha 17. 1838 ,f 7
eitolecat E onetjons of' N. (arehlus.
BYDB. R. C A RROLL.
~EtItS A erk is nowv ready for delivery to Sulb
sc'ribers at lthe Store of' C A. Dvurd, in this
phsee. A fe w. extr na cpi. frae