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BY THOMAS MOORE, ESq.
Love hath a language of his own
A voice that goes
From heart to heart-whose mystic tone
Love only knows.
rhe lotus-flower, whose leaves I know
Far more thian words, will tell~thee how
I worship thee.
The mirror. which to thee I hold
Which, when inprest
With thy briht look. I turn and rold
To this fond breast
Doth it not speak, beyond all spells,
Of poet's art,
How deep thy hidden imnge dwells
In iis bruised heart ?
From the Souisrn.-Igriculturist
REPORT OF TI1 -: P.TITIONING C031
To the iontiello Planters' Societt
At your last mecting, a Comm1ittee was
A ppotiteld to petition the liegislature, on
beWhalfof this Society,that it be incorporated,
mid such other enrouragement given, as the
State Assembly, in its wisdom, might deeml)
proper. It surely is-within the ordinary
range of legislative business, to grant Act.
of lacorporation: but what is mealnt whenl
the planter asks f1or letislative eneourage
ment! Otn this point. your commiitee,
atin in perflect accorda nce with your ex
presst-d wishes, prayed t lie State to adopt
som11e course which would adv:anice the agri
cultural interestsi of the whole community
-sch a course too, as in if, result-. could
not have beeti construcel into an aet of par
tial legislation. We petitioned that body
more particularly to appoint a State Agri
cultural Surveyor, who shold he required
to survey our territory, that its entire geo
logical and ineralogical resources might
thus lie developed i and also asked thai
Agriclture shoidl fi,tu a nces.ary branch
of education it our Schools and Collevos.
Tie comnittee were well aware, lhat this
Society, of itself, requiredi no L.egislative
aid, farther than t he mere Act of incorpnr
ation would imply: it will be seet by the
last "Acts of Assebilily." this rejtesti has
bect gratied, but nothing beyond that was
tceoni1plished. 'I'le a-iculfural Iove
ients of South Carolina, ini her legi,aiive
capacity, are unquestionably to be regarded
in.any other light than creditable, or, we
imght add, eve" re-pectable.
Ii similar instances, what has been the
action of a few of the other States of the
Confuleracy ? In 1836, 'Mainie importe,l
15u,00U bbls. of flour: her L.egslature Votes
a bounty to the wheat -grower; and t ie con
sequenec is, her barren ladis viel a double
produce for domestic consuinption, Int/ a
large surplus for i.rportation. Conneticut
lias also becen benefitfed in her agi-iculture,
hrough her I hgislators acting as if the)
thought the planter within tle pale offnne
legislative protection or cognizAance. Mlas
sachiusctis, within the last two years, has
orderedl a general agrienltural sutrvev of hier
domnain. Nor h Carolina, "accorditig to the
rcport of the Civil lEnginaeer in 1 82(," hail
n v ast quautity of lands "'covered with wa
iers,"' and su'ceptttible of being r-cflaimed:
reently. slhe hias voted1 uplward-i of $200,
00LU, to be expenoded in dlrainiingr oilT these
waters, that lanads so fertile moiAht lie thrown
intiocuiltavation. Thel Editoir of the F'armers'
Register (fromn whIose pcriodical mtich of
tl.e detail in this report is e e'ed) fiat
been using no.ordinary zeal mfT < abillity toi
bring this subject in its proper beariing be
fore the Virginia Assearnbly ; fiut Virginia
as yet has dlone piossibily less ini this way,
thani Soth Carolina.
Not twelve years uigo, ''the Agrieultural
fy othlved its organtization'. About the
same tme, Dr. Cooper presented a diocu
mtenit to the Legislaturiie, in which lie very
forcibly urged the expediency of estabhlish
ing an Agricultutral Priofessoirshipi in the
College, over w hich lie thben presided ; the
subiject-moatter of that document, we pre
stami, waos perhaps too mtilitarian for the
:oinsidlerationis of legislators, whose tenure
of otice was hel at the pleasure of those
very ploaters. whose social and plitical
condfitu, the report was udesignted no doubt
to reach andf im prove. I f thewa vs a neces
siiy thten Ior an amnefioration of the planiter's
piursu it, your conlilmittee would stupp)ose the
occasion emore itiiperaiively demanids it
none, whleni our lantds aire imipoverishedf, atnd
our.pla)tltioni absolutely driven, lby State
poliey, to seek their fiirtaunes in the fields of'
theo West. When Genaerai Washingwton
recommnentded an Amnericant Agricultural
Board on thle Eniglish plain, lie in all fikeli
hood could have little dreamied thai the al
uiost unbountded territoiry, to which he gave
btirthi, would mi less tihan a century be im..
porting bread-stutffs, to support a compifara
tively sparse piopuilation ; yet such is the
fact, disgraceful as it ma~y seem. It is
propter, it is obhlgatoiry on the States within
their own limits, to apply the remedy to
counternet this or any like evil: and so far
a s oth~ Carolinia is concerned, 3ontr coim
tiittee conceive that, as she takes the ulsutal
care to collect. the lanudholder's tax she
should lie wdhfitg to return someo sore of
All whichI is respectfully submitted.
15. I'. DA ViS, Ch/air. pro. leem.
March 7th, 1838.
MlANURF.-Iaure should he spread asC
it is hiautlcd out; it sustains tmuch less foss /
from evaporation wheni spread, than from
fermenitation when lying ini heaps.
The amountat of extpens, in mta-turing is
unimportanit, provided that the crops de
rived therefrom repay the expense with
We should niot apportioni ilr manure to
the quantity of land wve may wish to place
under tillage; but should apportion the I
land to the quantity of manure we way
No more ground should be brought under
tillage than can be manured and citivated
well by the force at the command of the
farmer. If a farmer fluds that his land is
becoming unproductive, and that he is un
able to keep it tip by manuring, lie may be
assured that lie is cultivating too much,
and his only remedy is to abridge his fields
to the dilrmensions which h is able to ma
nure no mijatter hon% sntall they may Ie.
It he has i force capable ofcultivating a
hundred acres in the old way let him put
the whole of that force upon tw enty five
acres, aid pursue a system of high culture.
The first year he will probably not make I
so Iuch as lie would have done in the old
way on the one hundred acres, but the so
cond, and forever afterwards. lie will nake
more, and this with less labor. As to a
scarcity of'nianure, this is imaginary. Go
to the woods, swainis and marshes-they
ire inexhaustable. If five hundred bushels
of corn can be made on ten acres of well
nannred and cultivated land, it is clear that
it will be more profitable than to make the 1
samc quantity on fifty acres, and that it can
be done, is not a matter of doubt. The
evil then, is not the inability to mannre, nor
the scarcity of nanure, the at;'.;i, to cul
tivut' too much land, which is a violation C
of a principle in agricuitire, on the strict t
observance of. which, the protserity of the 1:
farmer entirely depends.-Parners' Reg.
Rtate of Sout 1 ( 'nPolina.
Henry Moore and
Eleanor Moore, vs.
Jm. 1a1mskett. Adn'r Bill for Account and
of*Jno. Moore,dec'ed. StlCnCt.
Wmll. J. Wightmans
aind wife. and another.
T 1i111,Coml.1aints having filed their bill in
the Court ofl'initY flor .duefield Disirict,
inl the State liffires:nd, 0clai1ning that they, anld thle
D104f6end4lants Ann Wightman. and her sister -
Ilarkness. if living, are entitled to the' estate or I
the inteitate John Moose, deceased, ins etital j
Shares. on mnotios of (ritiin. Complainant's So- ,
licitor. it is Ordered, that all persints interested 1
in the settlement of said estate. do appear and
iterpose nay objections, which they cant of right
smke to the distribution of the Kaid estate. as
praled 1;fr in the bill. before the Coinmi.-ioner C
of the said Court, at Edgefield Court House, on ti
or before the fourth 31onday in Mav next. M
WILLIAM HARPER. rt
Feb.23, 1833 a 5 .
It is further ordered that the above be pubi
lisied for three tnonths in one or more pblic -
Gazettes in this State. WiM. HARPER.
State of' South Carolina.
Patrick Duncan, vs. Maruaret
Icdersoni, John Rieliey. & Bill to j
the heirs and Adiniistrators forecose h6
of' William i lodges, jun. and Jll01goge. d,
ofrWihiamn loldges, sel- bi
IT apiwaring' to my satisihetion that or the oj
defentats in this case Janes L. Hodges tia
Richard Ihodges, John or John W I1od-es,
Walter or Wat. HJodv es. Janies Stone and Ek.a
beth his wife, Jesse Williams and Lucy his wife,
James Tonson or James Townes and Polly his
will', Wiley Cummins and Franky his wife, and
Sarah lodges, heirs of William 1lodges,jr. and
of William Inlodges, sen. reside beyond the limits
of this ttate: Ordered that thev do severally ap
rj:ar and plead, answer or deinr to the above
aientioned bill. within three months f'rom the IF
date of the piiblicatiin hereof, or the said bill will.
:s to thema respectively, he taket pro ronfe.sso. n
VM. C. BLACK. C. E. A. D. ki
Comn'r's Office, Feb. 26, W838 ac 5 of
State of South Carolina. as
ABIBEVILLE DISTRICT. as
Patrick Duncan, vs. Anguastine
Arnold, IRenbmn Robecrssoni, Bill to C
Raechel Blightam, andi she heirs fore"rlose
andt Adtmiinistrator of Robert BIortgage.
UT appearinig to my satisfaction that Williaum
. Lyon and Virginia 8. his wife, Judge B.s
Delph, Wmt. P'. Delphi, Robert J. Delphb, Mary8
F. Delh, Martha G. D)el ti,& Lotnsia E. Delph,
he.irs of Robeurt P. D)elps h, some of the defien.
rits in this case, reside beyond the limits of this
state: Ordered thamt thsey 'do severally aipptear t
mud plead ansawer or demuarto the Bill aforesaid
withins thr'ee mionths fromt the daite of time publi
',ation hiereof, or tie said bill will, as to theis re
spec~tively, be taken pro confesso.a
Comt''s WMl.Ce e.BILACK,C.E.A.D. an
Comm'r' Offic, Feb.26, l838 ac 5 l
State of Sotdi 4avolina.
Patrick Dincan, vs Elizabetth ) Bill to.forc
Culleins and others, heirs of' close Niort
William Cihleins. deceased.- gag'e.
I'aeaingk to m at shto htEia
btCdins wiiow, andl Itichtard Cumliens F
isid Flijah Citihens, sons of' Waliutt Citlens, de
~eased, dlefendtbs ini this case, reside beyond thte ti~
limits of' this State: Ordered thatt they severally ii,
I0. ippear atnd pile'ad, answer or demitr so the a
till at or esu'd. witii three months f'roma the pubt- in
ication of' this order, or the stid bill will, as to dm
htem respecsiavelv. he takein prorconfess.- a
W M. C. BLACK, C, l-'. A. 1). rt
Comma'r's Oflice, March 61, I838 act gj,
Mtate of South Car'olina
Patrick Duntcan, vs It ichard Bill toforecdosc
lodges & Vahetnti ne Yonntg, M Aortgage.
T I appearing to my satisfaction that RichardC
. ledges, otne . 'the defensdants int this case, I
e'sjdes beyonid te lismits of' the State: Ordered
lhnt ihe do' apptear and pileadc, ansewer or demuisrr
o the bill afhresaitd, wvithint three months frotm the
late of the publhication hereof', or time said bill tt
viii, as to him, lhe taken pro rogfesso,w
W M. C. BL.A CK, C. E. A. D. wv
Comnm'r's Office, Feb.,26, 1835 ac 5 0r
State of South Carolina. al
AlBBEV ILLIE D)ISTRICT. a
IN 'EQUITY'. he
Patrick Dsuncant, vs. Join Bill tofore'close
'Vilson & ilargaret Wisons, AfMort'a.tre.
*|TI appea'ring to my satisfaction that John WVil'
sont, (Mon of' Chasrles,) one of' the defentdants
ii this case, resides beyonidthe. limiits of thiisState:
)rdered that lie do appear ansi pleasd, answer osr k
emnsr to theo abtove itamiedt btll, witin three s
aeonths from tihe tdate of the publications here'of.
r the said bill wili, as to himn, lie ta ken pro con:
e. WM. C. BLACK, C.E. ..1f at
Coimm''s Office, Feb., 26, 1838s ae 5
ALL tiersons inmdebted to the F.state of Johni
Blackwell. deceased, arc rtegnested to mak
nedat ant, anid tItose havinig tie- '.ad
> rsn hmproperly attested,
(O TIEN'NANT, Adlmtnist'rator. il
Marchs28 J837 '. f,8
State of South ( arolin,a.
ilark Riley, vs. William Riley,
Isaac Riley, William Lewis and
Rebecca his. wire, John Haverd
and Mary his wife, & Sary Riley.
T appearing to my iatisfaction that the
I defendants Wm. Lewis and Rebecca his
vife, reside in the State of Alabama, and
lie defendants John Haverd and Mary his
vife, and Sarah Riley reside in the State of
Ilinois, ot motion of JamesJ. Caldwell,
;olicitor, ordered that the said defendants
vho are without the limits of this State, do
lend,nuswer or demur to the Complainant's
h'll of complaint. within three months from
lie publication egeqf, or the said Bill will
e taken pro conjesmo against them.
J. TERRY, C. E. X. Z.
"om'er's Office, Edgefield, Feb 27,1838 4
State of '4outh ('arolitta.
ohn W Heard and Isaac T.
Hlenrd, vs. B3. 1. Wvinding,
T appearing to my satisraction that Bar
thel H. Winding, otherwise called B. If.
Vindim. fihe defendant in the above stated
ase, resides withoutt fhe limits or this State;
liereforo, on motion of Bauskett. Com
Ininmat's Solicitor, ordered that the said
efendant do pleal. answeror demurto the
'omplainat's Bill, within three Tmnths
-Oi tlt publication hereof, or said Bill will
e taken pro confesso ngainst him.
j.. TER i Y, c. E. E. D.
'om'er's Oflice, Edgefield, Feb27,1838 4
Stalle of Soith ('11'aoilia.
nron Lomax & others Bill by
x'r. of Alltuph Morrah dee'd Ex'r for
vs. Jane Morrah widow advice di
nd others. Irection &c.
[T Iappering to ily atisfaction thatJohn
I. Mort-th and Robert Morrah two of
me defendants in this ease, reside without
m limits ofthis State, on motion; Ordered
mt they do severally appear. & plead, nn
ver or dentur, to the bill of comiplainti in this
le, withim three months -from the date of
his publieition, or the said hill of complaint
o lie taken pro confesso, as against them
WM. C. BLACK, c. c, A. D.
Coinm'r's Office, March 8 148, at 6
State of South Carolina.
Patrick Duncan. Bill toforclose
vs. Joseph Travis, fortgage.
Tappearing to mv satisfiection that Joseplh
Travis, the defeidani in this caiw. resides
!youd the litimits of this State: Ordered that lie
appear and plead. answer or demnr to the
11 a6res:aid, within three months from the date
tihe pImfication iereof, or the said bill will be
ken agfinist him proonfesso.
W,M.C. LAC K, C. E. A. D.
.oinn'r's Office, Feb 26. 1838 ac 5
State of South Caroli a.
E DGEF IELD DISTRICT.
IN TIHE COMMON PLEAS.
David Onzts. vs ArrAcHMV'(T,
'Williaim Orimn. Assu.mP1T.
11 E Plaintiff in this case having this day
I filed his declaration in time Clerk's Ofice,
d the Defen"idanllt having no Wife or Attorney
lowul to he in this State, upon whom a copy
the said declaration may be served: There
re ordered, that the said defendant do appear
d make i defence witin a year and a day
minthIe filimng of thme said declaration, or- final
id absolute jnmdgment will be forthawith awar
d to the said Plaintiff.
G EORGE POPE, c. c. r.
lerk's Office, Edgeield, May 14, 38 15
State of Soulth. Carolina.
IN TILE .COMMON PLEAS ,.
limpon Kilerease,vs. FonE :G ATTAcUMEIIT
WVi?ev Freeman 5AssUaMPsiT.
HR~ Platiiin this caseh lavinw,onm the 14th
dayofMmy, 1838, filed his eleclarationm ini
a Clerk's Ofie. and time defeidam hiavinmg no
ife or attorney. known to he in this State mnprn
bom a copy of the said declaration nmay be
rvcd: It is thierefore ordered, that thme saili de
ndhant;do appear and manke his defence within
yerad a from the fdinig of the said dec.
raten, or final and absolnite judgmecnt will be
varded to the said ilaintifl.
G :O RGE POPE, c. c p.
Clerk's Offee, May 14th, 1838. 15n
Solltla 4 alr(lina.
E DG EFI ELD D)ISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
John Lyon. vs AvvACHNNr
WVilhiamu Cook.- Assumpsrr.
lIE PIaintitiu this case haaviing on the 15ith
damy of December, 187 filed his declara
mn in t):e Clerk's Oflice, and the Defenidant
xi:ng no WVile or Attorney, known tohbe in this
ate, upon01 whom a copy of time said declaration
my be served : Therefore ordered, that the said
enidanit dlo applearanid nmke his defenewimhin
year and a dlay from thie filing of thme said dlecla
lion, or final amid absnintte jnadgeinent wvill be
rthwith awarded to the samid Pilaintiff.
GEORGE POPE, c. c. r
Clerk's Office, hlecember 15, 1837 '16 ti'
Staite of Soiltit ('arIolina.
IN THIE COMMION PLEAS.
tories Sp)roumlh Adnm'r of
uey E. Lip.forcj, dec'd vs. ATTACUMENT,
Jmeis D)onald. )Assumesit.
O HIE Plaimt if in this case hiavinmg on thme
E. 20thm day of March, 1838, filed his decea
n in may othce and thme defenmdant having no
fe or attornecy, knownt to be imn this State, upon
'aom a copy of the declaration, with a special
her of the court enidorsed thereona,can be serv.
Therefore ordered, that the said James Don.
I do appear and make lhis defence withimi a
ar anid a day froum the filing of thme declaration
aforesaid, or fit.al aiid absolnte jumigmuent will
forth with given and awardhed against him.
JAS. WARDLA W c. c.,.
Clerk's Office. 11th May 3. 1 5
1 M I T II ' S (Grafmmar, Geography amid
Atlas, on the Prodnertive System. Also,
iith's Praceah atid Mental Arithmetic,
th a variety of other Sculoor, Booms,
sy he found at the Store of
C. A. DOWD.
March 7, 1838 -tf 5
UitoeSIatCotteellens of S. Care.la..
BY B. Ri. CARRlOLL.
MHlIS .'t ork is now ready for delivery to Suo
scribers at the Store of C A. Doaod, in this
ice. A few extra copies for sale,
November, 1t17 - trbi
ILL Stand the ensuinig Se.on s
Thirty Dollars the Season, T% eny
Dollais the sangh, leap, jnd Ieilly Dolli1n
insurance, at the plantatioi of Captaii
William B. Mays, fir liles below E-ge.
field Court flouse. oil the Stage road lead.
ing to Augusta. Aniple lrepoaraticit fosr
care and attention to mares will he made.
They will be pastured and fed on graiin, tit
required.) at twenty-five cents per daty.
Accidents, escapes. sickness. &e. sit the
risk of the owners, althotigh every 1at Lentionl
will he paid to prevent them.
NULLIFIER. is a beautiful Bay. hand
somely marked with a deliahtful coat o1
hair, which shews his superior stock. Hlls
appearance is conimanding-he is of the
greatest power, subsitntialitv and srelngtla.
ie will be eight years old' this upril-i;
full 16 hands high having sulierior size, lir!e
hones, and is as well m11uscelled as aay other
I-orse, in this or any country, aned has as
N. B.-Any person who will make ti
a company of five mares, and !eem rc
sponsible for the paylicot will have ifhe
privilege of putting them at twenty-five dol
lars the Season.
The Season will coneiiee the fifteetillh
of February, and endi1l oil tie- telh of.11sine.
Fifty cents to the groomi in every instane
Performance of Nullifier's Colts.
NULLIFIE R'S COI.TS are now run
iiine as well as alay colts in this roitry.
Onl the Norfolk course, Spring termI 1837.
Jaue Rowlett boy Nullilier, three vears oll,
bo-at le Sweepstake race, moile liet., wil.
ning the first and second heat. Time I mins
52 see.-1 min. 50 tce. See Tirl* e
July, 1837 p). 476.
On the Broad Rock Course (Va) 'F;.ll
meeting, W. R. Jolhisin's 6). f. by Nilli
fler. three years oli, run a Sweepslaikes,two
maile heatt, for which finr other-r elt% of the
best stock, were entered. This race % a;
lost by Nullifier's colt. but she was secotid
best, and contested the ince most gallaily.
The last Ieat is rolonlced * ely i4eres
ting and the best hent during the w eek. See
T. Rea. Nov. 1837 p) 559.
On the Union (L. I) course. Fril mtleeli11,
Antoinette by Nullifier. %on ho Sweep.
stakes for three year olds, two ile lllS,
winning the two first heats. See Am T.
Reg. Nov. IR37 p. 569
Feb. 1, 1838, tf 52
THE THOROUG1 1 )Ir r) oIIsE
W ILLstanmd the entnin- Spring Sensint
at my table at I,te lkid'_e, ahd other
places in the Distriet. ''or partietlars see
H and Hill.1 And will attend ait each place
every ninth day afterwards durini2 ifie Sea
solo, & will be let to Mares at ie Itillt" ing
prices : 8 the isgle visit,512 the Seasot
Hnd $15 to insure a tare % jil foal. lit
every instance the insanructm na y will
Iecone due as soon as I lae n,are is know% it
to be with roal or exchanged. A compiany
of seven mares shall le enatiled t) n del tate
tion of $1 on each mare by one man's be
coming responsiblo for ilie whole. All pws.
iHle care takei teo pre%sit accvidents, but I
will not he responsible fir anay.
GUY RI VE Its was si.red ly Ilatlaoilpa's
Janus, his dam by Caroliman. urawl dama1
by Bedford g. g. dam by I)iomede. g. e .
dlam by Quieksilver, ouat of a Shark Ai're-.
Ratndolpha's Jseans, aned Careuliniaan w ere
baoth sired by Sir Airchy, staid ihe e. ii, e.
dIams ofb~Ioth were siredl bv imupeortede . ;'i,t4.
Int puaity ot bleotd Guy R ivers i, unsnlr
pasedt, isn beauty oaf coalor aitil symm sletry'
of form, will comipare wvith the best hoarses
of the daty- ISA AC JONIE S.
Ridge,4Feb. 27, f4
Look at Thmis
YJmore sack 1DUItLI N, live year,
.old. w ill staindc at may st sable. einly three
miles and a half west eof Edgleliehl Court
1-ouse, the ehisint Spring Seasoai, andt I.e
let to mares at the olltawinag pri*es r iz: $5
the season and $8 to inasuare a tsare to le
wyith foal. In all eases wherte a miare is
put by the insturnniee, the mnoney will h.e
consideredl duil whlen it is' ascert aineed th:a
she is ini foal or tranisferired. All pioaeil.le
care will hae takens to prevent accienits bten
I will nott be responisibale fior s~. Thes
Season to comeneee thec tenth caf 3!arch
and end the.,last of June.
WV. H. MO0SS.
Feb. 28, 1838 tI' 4
Broughat to time .Jnil
OF thia itrict, a negro mana lby thes
name of S A 31, ;aot 6 ft. high, vr
lblack, tipper front teeth out or very shaort.
Nathan is beitweens 5:5 and 61 v'enra, of ace,
a small scar ona his forehesad'antd soume oin
his left arm, no athaear anarks of imiport;ancte.
lie hats me free psasses for N. Catrolinaa.
lie says he baelonigs to Mr. Minse:, liviang
iai Marion Cotunty. Georgin. Thle un ner is
regasested to conie torwardl, prove pr'operty,
pay ebarges. and take haitm away.
C. J. GLOVER,J.E. D.
March 17. 1838 if 7
DRUG S, OgL , Mr'.
TU'IIE Sublsecribecrs respaetflle inlvite ilt sa
Itentiona of Mterchlani;s. Pltaatera. Phlysic'ias
atnd others to thecir la11 St.ack eaf
Oils of all kinids, Paints, Dye Stufsi,
Windowo Glass, Brushes, 86-c. &-c.
A-r -HEiR STotEs iN
H1AM BURG AND AUGUSTA.
Thecir stipp1ly is hecavy, tlaeir asst'raienst good
and thetir' artles fresh.
Dealing enitirely withl thec Mannafaiters e,r
original Importer's, they csan se'll' alhir gooseal
as low as ant vIhouse iai te Southerna Counatry.
Please call and examine.
Ouar Steare in Hlamburg isi next to Ii. I.. Jtl..
FERts d Co's. In Auguista, oppotsite tea llaEA.i.'y
or $-rovAL.L's Ware HIonse..
KITCHEN &- RtOBERLTSON.
Wu.t.IAM K. Kress,
F. M. RtoDErs5o. M. D).
December 6;. 18317 Ia 45
A L Persona indebted to the late Mrs. He
hethuland ttims. dleceassedi. are~ regnsestede -ea
make imamedliate paaynmeaat, andI all paerseons has
mng demaands against the estate of said de'-eased
are requested to presenat thaeliuly attested.
DENJ. MIMlS, Exenator.
Dec 9.1837 . Sr js
Arc of rt-d to the ptbic as a certain an - e/eilu
reimnclyforjcers of :cery de.cription.
A M of opniman [fnat all fi-veri ale a unity o
dimas.- ironi ike ialilde.t in erenitleet up) tR
ite hig:tf:s: grade of eli ow ser a r, and tioit fih
i it.re.t det wau mJ.a i t ever, are sunpt
OWing to Poicne puatcaair sitate 01 tiile atisplei rt
". to 144111le pevidhur c-pnuditiot. cis the ityr-tem; ani,
iailh slight v ar.ation, eIle. as i jvt' anade. fill
treatmea,th lihpuld !je tie same A aIn also ol opilat
10. t.Lat -1ts t1nlst le the pllevaihing thioly o. titl
day. or how Is it it:t plyslicai.s treat I'e-er,
'tafolighoait with Cultinul and a iew other deple
a ie.criptioni and treattnent 01 reverm. viz:-Imt,
hilesultlen or Ague tand 1erer. 2d ii. Bldion:
IErrr. .ly. Typhux oir Scrrous -'erer. and aii
(ilter levers by whatever name they na) ic
Ist. 01' Inlrasiftcut or Ferer tnd Ague I
cotsider all levers ot an interioitt nt chriacter
wa(i cool on once in twenty-fiour iotnrs, wheth,
er pre- ded by a chill or inot; or whether fiht
fim%er fnal chill riso! tad c.-miiiiine together; or i,
tiere he no chil at all ---otintnes lbver of thai
esiaraeter contitues 24 or 48 notirs wit.tout titter
issioni, and sonmetalies it occursonly every third
flay. .\ ine tenths cWthe lbvers of is state, and
most other staite if' this Inion. pirtake norv of
less of tis chancter; and if, all their variopns ap.
pearanees tie treatiieit shoulid be the salie.
l'This nedicie enres lv correcting the bile. giv
ing tone .id energy to tlie stonacli anoI howels,
'ia thereby comititnicaitii, health aid strenthI It
I. the w;ole. sy.teml It is also posses.-eld o* ,itll
iuliar anid -dm111iritlie prop. ieies, that it does
to it Slehenl the StOaii1iihli nor operate oi the hw.
els am'a purgative. It breaks the 6-ver iii fi-on
21 to 44 honrs trint vhich tite the lialien
fi'els nil me:sib;le b-nelit l1romn it, bill find-4h1im.
sell if dll"Sifiey well" itholut liing conjtcionts tit* it6
1made oi fp*r:ittn There is mto rseme or a' v
o,her artile of* a poisoimis nature ill this at-di.
Cia e. If is entirely hr'-"less. wvitmen in i. y sit.
ition m11:1y take it n itlh peiet salb-tv: tul il
dobethi quantity hiereini recom-nmndeoltI asta.
,ken . no had e lect %woidi be prodfneeld hv it.
'e'j( inctea-ed demian.; fiir this ineidicine, its in
ml red me iii 1iitire too prepaie it only in till fime
of pills, as tIe traiiliortatiittn o' viaf- is both ini
eonstr-mlin niare. l-'or grow-n persin- of
cnldrei w. o pre'. t:ikii g it in a liiiid fiorti.
eini I.- prepaied o.venit i-y ly taty personj ii1
i e :hlliiwme wainwr. lio il .Itvelv'e p:1 s welf,
p"'ti 'i"' p.repa. ation itito a %Iul. and pour iss
c11111m(1n .14ed4 via,e innilsofwhiskey or wa
!er to it- spirit- o'aiiy kint are best. Any other
1;;1.ity of, the Iiiiihi may be prepared at tlhe
same te I, ilf,nresimg or lessenlinftL the 411alnti.
Iy ('rthe 1neiicitle 41 the sam1te ptoportion a. de
Trratutrut.-If Ie atient prefl-ra taking a
p!kwor pnrre bvefiore h1' Conlitilences tie uit. of
this mn1licite. I have niat oh veltitn. tant it is rare v
t* es er tiesstary. I Iv raut drink cold %, iver or
umiat us' of any k mi f ahet sitabi lbr a si--k
pe-ni. witholot t .t le:It,i daier, or snl~erint: ti.a
phliearst iinct.vensne to m o . A groW-. I)P$
sn M ill take fior a doise a oill or comnon sizi-d
Ia spoiiuill of* the IetIid every two hour-. lit
a: 1y tll:d ti:.t, ltti ni' dfa-ise is brollOil: 4hi.
dren fti 10 yem, a old wviil take 10 or 4o drop,,
ntil thpse three or l1mr years told will take I. oar
21 drois. aid ifliait :1 or 4 weeks old will take
-*oii ,t Io i droolis. repeatal tind contintied tas i '
C'f,..mmunde o or grin peri -ons. Baot as pei sons
aMe % ery stiab eu t48 relapse m r retill it #)f th1is dii
ease, n le-hae r Ithiy arq- catm ed in this or any other
wyay, it wiitio h. well to r''iainoe taliny tisree or
four &asus it day 1iu1til the -tienigth:and coalipllex
ia are res:ore-d. and partienlarly if the per.vvn
has .Arealy had s.- eral res% aes.' tjne iox wilt
(,Ire I%wo per.-ons oit cm mn atm tack ofague and
llever. leiri the lihquid is takeii the vial shoitlol
le well .lakiehu.
'tly. OfBfliins Ecrur. This im a in- re obs -
11:14-il and ,d11ero11.4i0..1-1 thanl inte111 m il fmir
.a:21n1 11tid lever. theri a.4' gi.mora Cy -riw or iaii
d,V., im1*.poS1tson p' 're%itt- to tie olet io this
d: i'. nd aepi-enitlt chill% senatioi sihr a day
,it t.o Aler Whe, this di ei-P a , p- i..lp' h%
6,rmnl it amrolY yie.its ltaa tro-atnaint ide4r o
Io ays. and soneiiiiei mmh lotger.
div*. Of' ':'y; m r .Xercouis -'ecer. This i.
atiail ia'hi at~ imre obtsttma e ua.] dlani garins dli"tense
thani hiin- ihrer, aindi apipaa ently tanaare ntn.a in
thine c'omntieaereiet. It aitten tinatiaes illie.m
mar twvet da;yss witht at cey ny rei'iClmi 4,r mi
imernua'..mi. n:-hI ea:t pro~st'-nt(jiln oai body 0ad
dempras.aian at imiuld. It miaay hei wyI -a ito eri-e
that Ty'vph its t'ever i-stmast c'unntlon iin t'e- wimei
uadspiaing, ad ijijlis tin' ert i the sitamn'er cad
ll. In thii tfirst stage ofalttl leve'rs. it is co)iinen '
tior theu tongniie tola h '.aa ered] with tla jhtash coant
oa i lie lever is ntot braaken anal rms tioa thm
.ecaind sitg', it is lapt to alssumne a yvelho, ia.hl
barowni c!, an in hth iiahirad anzd Iast 'ata.21 mf
I'. e'ra, (am .d ;.:trtienllarly iif they amem af a laash
Sr;amdi :atnt iaaa. t "la.nereor) thei ion...na is tpt
toias-inia a mdark in own caolor, mt'it ati-rentt deaa.rees.a
mfiins.ora e; sontl-tilines it is 'xceeilv aZi I ;m ia.
tins s. ti aC iof . the dr'e5e (the patient as iatan 'icui
lei ora haot mar haii snn' sationii in tIh' staaianachl.
' he sympata anas of ithese two d1i-sass art so uiine'h
alike in( teiar fir.-t -taire that hyic:ttanta ofb.n ,lg
l.'a as tai themir real chlaarniter, niaar d es at anatte'r
matateri:dly, bemcastse thie tre'atuiteit mof bothi should
bec p metty unach thie satin'. with is excpt til.,
ilhat ty;inas lev'er dois ntot rl-lptire itmt wiill at
hiear iS ill Unch stro. ag siekentinig medic ine' as hbil
TIrmemwrnt in thie first stage of ito two last
diseaseas. a give ailpuke air 0. e or two suanll dloa'es
*ahtl attusI 0. -lamea other iamdmeine ihait wasill a c
rates npeaan .:aan- tioi.mch antd homwiais. Ia lm'r :mvt
err ulitnt:rnae.- I malee ''to (IivSaic more stromag
inaeme,L' and14 am de.-mid mar opiition that u
pieaedlii d's's of sueh oape atiang meiacIie. dot
tttre- har s an ato.od. Aft'er' thun- opt' .a e t
them stacil(h ai ot htowseh (atttd ev'n a n it Otn. it)
it seve'ral md:ays 1:av0eui:psedi aid imy paitint be
c'mie isenk. I i'mmenlictce with thei pil's Id aI mIp44,
'ad givei atll--' Isvery.three homtiti ait i* ('ight
dtase's ilts('ach iwenty 'oaur htours . With aa iregmlair
mise o1 \ a ginmiu sna:ke-root. hr somei'ii t' swea'ct
jaiC ta:s. tiuch as5 hyvsni sage a'r Ia:m.n Shmddlt
thel paitienit -tter muacha with paina in the h.-'ad,
back omr elsewhe,re, gave twiety or twentyie
dropjs ol lainaam at inighi. if it he' a gromw'a pecr
sont chiildrenl shoanhd tnkelesmc. ra sspondmir swith
lthearag. s) ansd shmuild hie b'caomei i meh debuilita
tail from a c'oniitin of it'hm disa'ase. andl patr
tieniilarly it the htandis anda I'eeat blIcomIe coald, gjm,
it draughi~t of toaddy air woeit everti hace' or Ijatr
hours in tid he recovers; c'ontitmf ail' the titae 1o
use die pills or iraapa ats recommiiendaedl. llThe
iet a'hottlid lam light. und inkeni onaly a little att at
tinat. ofm miteni
111leedtii i-s so seladoma requIire-d in these diseni.
ses' tha't ii is se:ircmely ltece,ary to muetiont it; if
tevet .is iresoarted to it smhiould be itn the early
sta'e tat thiemt.
Illisterina' is SOietimes ni"efuiland ratrealy if ev
or inljulraion, bitt i shounldn hae chiledv resm;ia Ie to
si he lasi itaige,whvleni themrme is demliinm or lati u -
0ctItnE s in thse < tr-etnjitias. In thintratna nt of
"itheri of thie'e dis'eass I wvonl preiar the. howas
mel'- to lit a:n rasther ia costive' (hmll laaxat ive e- -ndi
tioan. Itiat should thie huowel-s hae llam inaactive
give' braken i daases of' stils or mil, mir enahm' aa
wsitht injc(tion's,.i ad aIf thaey shouaild lie itwo htai-.
tive, give six or eighIt mdrmips ofl tiandmtiotn, two,m
thire'e tar lotir tiim's ai inay. itnjtil the lmaa si'ess is
restra;inemd. My explerie'ncem a' the' tre'ta'tt of
veilow h(ever has nioi bero very ex ens,v- . but it
is necia htr more noir mats lihan thle hiiht1 iat (ra.e O.
hiliatns lievaer.:n1.d shaoi heo treatted pretty mitch
ini the samne way.
Price SI fa0 per box.
Numbnherlessm ce'rtif'icates of' this mtedic'itne, have
been. t'anderedl. biut I htiav thisttfit li to inusirt on-~
I lyath liollmowitng from the 1a's . .itel HI. I laden.
Ra'sia.er of' then lAnad Odce fe:- the Sn'ring I-.itml
district, Mo., whielh secrns to eibrace thLe opir..
fals of' 11n1y in iaierlt sectionsi el the cou.try.
Having traivelled imuch over lie states. floth
West and mom ih, and ia ing hmeat d nimh sa: id in
timepr of*Dr 'nppingtoinos fi!ivr pills, I do heie
,Y cIrTIOf' tait I bhelit e ther h. m ver -e. been
ally oinedicine obfered .o the poleli so ellivitec,us
il the e,I!e of i-vers m-4 inlai whici. lie hus pre
pared. I have knowni ma.m laboi-ring mado r l'
ver and api , enorf (I it Ilh. conrse of fromn 24 to
- ha.,111.; a.i all enies ol ever af. which I hai e
Kaow.. i used it haas never laiied tit efie-ct n ere,
so hir as 1 IoWIl (41 lilt-, in at S ortei tile than anly
mediciin I ha% e ever knom If tiseol I do itiere
One reco-mimt fil it to all pe..-oos labo,ring mider
fiver, as tl. best rewmedy 'am. n to 1he piiblie.
Jo L i IIADEN.
A fresh supply of thi. above vauiouble medi
enic is otrered for Late at the Edgeicd Drug
II. E abolvi is l iever lailing remed$ florthat
variety of*vo'ie. so dimtrewing to~ Infaits,
as.d Co. wihich the tisi iinjuriious anodyuie si,
stancv.- are too imatiioe.ly iven. It im satfo and
sta-uthing. and iisteml of proditci-g costiveness. it
usualiv operates gemtly oni the bowell.
This remedy haz tow been used for several
years. with thm sueccss and alirobntion, which
qiack nedicines made to sell. cannot c(oimnand.
It is extensively ised ly the bcst physiciaui in
the otintiy. find to use the language of liany a
mother. mets nas a charm. ' III it allityr the
pain.: and Itillo the child to rest. it does not leikvo
be-himd it those itu pieisant syilptoms. which -
Landami. latemanis ops. &c. generali pro
Iicf, Ample dirctionmis aitrOlpa'V enl vi-t;
u'd certificates of its etlicy (i regrnired) ena: he
piodcied frt In th most res pectaile citizens of
Cniolimn d Gte-or-rgia. For s-ise by
KITCi IN & R01 ItTSIN.IIamburg, -
FAM. W I WIL.Aude rson (' I .
X61. IIACK1T'T. Peilbton C. II.
1)It. V. . 51111, defiddtI C. II.
Feb 5 1-3 tf I
- A CARD.
H L. JL'L' RS & Co. nfnowl
. ed1-s renemwed fili-tions flo their
Criitis an f 4teioinm ror time very liberal
Iia-CIIIII - 1 i hericfiroe biestonued onI t het -
and11 Ievaen e top annomnee. fhat dhavy hoavo
now filn hiad. nd will cointitme to retfeive,
I n%ell selected ussortment of GOoDS,
Browi nod Loaf Sugar,
Green l anti hlite CI-lice.
N.O. & St!ar 1ous. Molasses,
% in( and - pirii ti e best iIet tion,
Canti Flour-whol. ind half Bbls.
hall. Rope 11141 lI2ging,
Iron and Steel,
Ttogether n iih all other articlets in the Gro
c ry .im :-n hieh rici %% ill sell. or s-tid to
0odfer. 1Iarranted Gvod, at the low est mar
''lirv also cominti to transiet Commis
Sion H;-sinfs', it.qi1tihng recem im- atd for
iiarliig of .ois: anmd tender to their
firiend. assriance o their hbest attention to
,irfder. in tihat line Isi ttiess.
Ilinil,mbrg. Mlarch 1638. tf 5l
The Pendleton Mesit-gn1rer will inueri the
above I'fiir tinses ann seil their bill for
pinentill to 11. L. J.
ANAWAY romn te Siilbscri
Ift ber (it the i;ght of the : .
Febr:imry .ntt. !rti iny pInve two
-nil-; finusi I l1ainiburg . J. .n tiego
I111an IM1Inl It I L.N. lihouit fortv live
- ,ve-irs old. five t'eet six iines hie .
i nihve re-ward I will paiv for
deiveriing hmim ; me. or puttnig him
mI jail so that I ea. -et hian.
TII MA4 KLNAGIIAN.
LL1 Persons indetetd to the late Chrt, -
tian lreith iy, eceasedi, arregt.st
edi to tnake iimniedlinte payimenxt. Andil
persoins hiaving deaimnds amgainist the est to
of ssaiid ideceased aire regniested to prest nt
thieii (duly aittestedu.
JOilN BAV'SKET1T, El.r'or.
2-<.25. 3 t
I . I. tpersons indebtesud to thei*est:ate of tSatmuel
.. I 'amldn eli l'sq. tte iof \bbeivile lDistrie' deei'd.
testedl wililthin titaimepr'ecribedl b13 law, to either
-J0IN C'OlIR AN.)
110. G(Ni'.. mi simlil bottles. astsorted sizes,
I lermittagc ''xtract, Florida WVater,
Ess.. ('oiiminmn. I bii of (loves,
IIies. r's 4 il, le:~ halin.
N. Stmith Prendius' Saponeiots Com-.
J ust ri eeni edi m d fir sa te by
NICIIOLSON & PR FSI.y
A pmi 12. tI' it0.
EBok eaa. Ii t(:ationIary.
andii ;r:nonaifr and nt god itssw toi ei.t tif
Seboiti .and .\li'seellansconm- loioks. ailsi Lit. r sand
Foo .s'ip Pmapier, Iuk. t. iils. Slates'. A c. &.i.
Just receivedi andi imr sale by
NICHIaLSON & P'RE'sEY
A prii 20) . f1 Iri
ti i- Siusrier, will give a liberal
Ii lITC '1 'N & RIOIERSON.
T.person'. in.ilbie'd tio the Estate of D'
quesed o mke imedatepaymentm, and
ENOCIl B. PRIESLE:Y,
mmreutr wvith lte WDill anne.reel.
M arch 7. 1838 tf'S
II ~lE Notes nam! Aentit of Dr. James
ltpannt dleened. hasvie been left with
Mr'. 11. L.. 3ell'trs, ini 11 ambumm'. Al per
sonts ideieid to Drm. S ani. aire regnested
tii call amnd pa y M r. Jedehr-, a hem is nathaorized
to r'eceiite the i -otne - u an tose' ha viny
idemiatnds tgnmilist thet Estatte wili lease rena.
deri thtem tat himt. E. .IpANN,
M n re h '46. 1838 t f 9 A dm'fri.r.
J US l'Uieriei d atfresh suppliv ot INDIAN N
P.\N.\C EA tat the !Idm ii-. I'.tt dic'itn Store
Edgeslield C.1i 1inri,:t .Jj.t o t