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From the South Carolinian.
'MONTHLY CALLENDAROF HOR
-Turnips.-The principal crop of turnips
should he sown in this month, and as tlie
weather is somewhat couler and moister,
there is a greater chance of succeeding than
Ruta Baa.-Ilf none were sown last
month, or they have failed. for any cause,
the) ought not to.be del-.yed any longer.
Those Which were sown on seed beds, or
wh'eu.i hey were ton thick, blhould now be
transplan.ted out where they are to remain.
We have in the Aug1ust number given
directions for the sowing and management
of this vegetable.
Cabbages.-This is the proper month
-for sowing cabbage seed, for to head in the
spring. It is perrectly useless however. to
sow any for that purpose, now, unless you
can procure European seed. All plants
fron American seed, will, instead of head
ing in the spring, run to seed, and you will
have only a crop of sprouts. in-tead of fine
heads, which you may have calculated on.
With genuine European seed, this misfor
tune will not befall you ; they will nearly
every one head, not one perhaps in a-hun
dred will run to seed from thiotwing,
and you will enjoy them in-the sprng.
when'your less fortunate .or less careful
- neighbors are obliged to'be conient witb
sproqts only. Continte to transplant out
cubbage plants they will make fine heads
-during the wiorer.
Spinage'-You may venture to sow a
larger qiiatity of spinage in this month
they'are however, still liable to the attacks
Caulifjlower and Brocoli.-if you have
plants, do not delay to transplant them out
now; they will not Gower before spring,
but if they escape the cold weather, they
%iwill form fine heads. if properly managed.
We refer to the previus numbers fur di
. Carrots. Salsafy and Bests :-There is
more prospect of succeeding with these
vegetables in this month than the last.
Lettuce.-Transplant out your lettuce
plants from those sown last month, as they
occupy hut small space. You may plant
them alonag the borders of your beds, but
should you prefer to have them by them
selves, you must make up your beds 4 feet
wide. Make it very rich, and set your
plants it rows 12 inches from each other
in the row. The large varieties will re
quire more space than this. Sow more
seeds, as from this sowing your principal
supply for the winter must be derived.
.Endive.-This vegetable is very little
cultivated in this neighborhood but some
persons are very fond of it. It may le
sown now aud as soon as large enough,
tiansplanted out, setting the plants .1 in.
ches; each way.
Onions and Leeks.-Sow seeds of onions
and leeks now, and as soon as large enough,
transplant them out where they are to re
Celery.-rContinue to earth up your cel
ery always performing the operation in
dry weather, and taking care that none of
the terth1Valls into and among the leaves,
widich would cause them to spot. if not to
hes.it ihinter atnd summer
arieties riadishes '.may besown this
un Mth every foruight..
The 'enus Loafer.-T here iare several.
species oft hiis class of the animal kingdom,
in these partst which are well worthy of
the -sttidy of Naturalists. Had wve the
ability ot a Buffon or a Curter, and ample
time to boot, we might give a description
that would immortalize us, but these beinig
- wanting, we shall only give a brief sket ch,
varieties of the creature, which have come
- First, we have the gentleman lofer- a
.biped of mnost dainty aspect and genteel
appearance. He wears the fitest broadcloth
and cassimeres-has his costume prepared
.. ..at the fasionable emporiums-smokes the
- . . Havaaa-drinks- Otard's best'-sports the
most brilliant jewelry and drives the faitest
trotting horses io the country. He is con
siderable of a politician, too-talks largely
of the measures of Govertnmtetnt and party,
aind once a year takesa fashonabule visit to
Saratoga or the WVarmn Springs. He is
likewise quite a ladies :-natn, and is ever
- foremost in getting up gay parties of plea
class pay, an hottest debt to a tradesman or
the bill of his washer wotmati, WVhen he
'vants an article of dry goods or clothing, he
puts on abold front, steps ittto the store
-him self, to a fraction. he has a parcel wrap.
ped up and handed to him, wvhen, with ai
most greciouis bow and patronizing air,
lie departs, satyitng please put me do'rn for
*the bill, on yottr books,' or 'I will hand yot
the money forthis in a few days,' andh that
- is th attemerchant seseither of his
Secondly, we have the Jack-leg nchlanic
loafer. Tihis species is distinguishedl by
a sort tof self-conceit or swell- headedless
whiich aspises to the position tf'hoss' before
the individual so allected has half learnetd
the trade or calling which he follows. Its
manifestations a dowtrigh'. lazitness,
couple'd with a grtumbling disposition on ac
coutnt of the greater success of others, in the
same line. of business together with a feel
amg of nasty prido vwhicht provenats the pa
-sessor from wvorking at all, unless lie can
get full wages for hsimperfect labor. The
coinsequence-is thatt lie is often without em
ployment, and 'loafs' around fromo shop
to shop to the great aninoyiance of those who
are industrious and energetic.
Thirdly, we have the .Buchianaltan or
ragdlofr who sleeps on the sidle-walks
o on 1 t l at the market house, or-in a
vacatnt celler. He worships at the shrine of
Bacchius antd doats 00 rot-gut whisk ey. It
is 'meat. drintk washing and lodging' to
.him to get along side the wharf when the
barrels of Monongahelat are being lan'dled
fromn the steamer, antd lie can get a stick at
*theecontenits, via an oaten straw, through -a
gimlet hole. When not otherwise engag
ed.:youi wtll.find this species elevated to thie
- position if Ger-berus, at such places as hlori
Prie. H'eis a bully-in his way, andI ear
ries n btg club or a. long ktiife wsherewitth to
make hts isay throught the world, and oft
* ,*tmes auto a Peitaentiary, or to still more
.elevated place on the gallows ! In short,
- he is 'some,' in the slang of the gday. .
There arealso one or two other distinct
species of the genus loafer, but we have nor
time now to enlarge upon the topic, but I
shall dismiss the same with the remark
that uo one need put on this shoe unless it
fits him, to a nicety.-Muscogee Democrat.
Extraordinary Coincidence In the Lives Ii
of a Married Pair.-A Scotch newspaper "Y
of the year 1777, gives the following as the I
extract of a letter from Lanark :-'Old a
William Douglass and his wife are lately r
dead; you know that he and his wife were ,
born on the same day, within the same j
hour by the same midwife ; that they were cl
constant companions, till nature inspired'
them with love and friendship; and at-ffie
age of nineteen were married with the
censent of their parents, at, the church
where they were christened.' These are
not the whole of the circomutances att-end- G
ing this egtraordinary, pair. They never ro
kuew a day's sickness until the day before gi
theit deaths ; and the day on which they
were exactly'one hundred years old. They
died itn dae bed. and were buried in one
grttve,'close to the fount where they were
JUST RECEIVED, ar
A NEW lot -if very superior Bacon, at
which will be sold low for CASH. ve
Also-A lot of fiue Flotor. - te
J. A. WILLIAMS. tl
jnne 9 tf 21) q0
B Y the subscriber, ihr which the highes.
price will be paid
25 bushels Sumy Flower SEED,
25 do Palma Christi "
J. D. TIBBETTS.
july 21 f ' 26 C
Bayley's here Yet! ro
ASH made at 64 ceits per light, for all o
Sash containing 15 lights to the wirdow ca
atd upwards, all windows containing less 7 cis. ro
per light, to
All kIetl of FURNITIJRE. made to order- G
at the old stand, I mile from (ilgal Church, l
and 17 from Cambridge, upon the Martintow"t ca
All orders left at this office will be attended iS
to. W31. BAYLEY. ,ic
august 25 if 31 .r
Ahhieville Banner an.1 Anderson Gazette co
py three tnies.
H E Subscriber is now receiving a splen
A did Stuck of N E W G O O D 8 at the T
Btrick Store fortmerly oettpied by Presley &
Bryan, consiting or all kinds of th
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. HARD- ci
WARE, CROCKERY. 3HOES,
to which lie invites his friends and the public
to call and exatine for themselves, before pur
N. 11. Goods very low 1fr Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
April Gth 1847. tf 12 t0
W.TVr KB TC IMMI & CO.,
H A MBURG, S. C.'r
AVE retived theirs tock of Dry Goods
t o the Store under the American Hotel,
(late Hubbard's,) where it is their purpose to
keep a full assortment of - -
American, French and Englisir
DRXG O O D S.
We voult take thia opportunity to retirn our
thanks to. ouir numerons friends for. the very,
liberal patronage bestowed on -ns for the last six
years. and would solicit a conttinuance ofrtheir
W e would also invite all persons buyintDry
Goods in, Haitbutrg, who. are not already Ott ..
our large list of subscribers to girc as a trial.
Our stuck will conisist ofua much larger and
nore general assortment thtatn we have hereto
fore kept. Wec shaill also continne to keep oiur in
usual assortmeitt of Carpetinig, Oil Cloth, Floor to
Matting, Bofnhets, and Ladies anid Childrens
N. B.-Just received a fitll assortment of all
numbers or getnuine
Dugtih Bolling' Cloths,
which together with ull articles in our litte will
be sold as low as they can be procured itn Ham.
bWgoMA~st .1 KETC HAM & CO.
Ihamburg, S. C. Aug. 7-11 if 29
WAREIIOUSE ~ SI
T H E Snbscribmers
htave pqtrchas~ed" front
- Nathan L. G riflinEsq.,
.... the Cottoni Warehnouse ,7
itt lamnbuirg, recently occnpied bty Dr. J. F.
Grilin. anid formerly by Messrs. II. L. JelTers ft
& Co.. situated att the font of the tHil, anad imo- sI
mediately att the head of the nmin busimess b
street. 'From ita superior location, atnd beintg. ii
surrountded by a stretun of wauter, it is comapat- 1%
atively exetopt from the casualty of fire and en. F
tirely above the reach of high freshmeis. a'
''They pruopuse to carry ont exclinsively the
wAEos & oENERtAL PAcToRAGE ..
B U81NVE 88,
under the firm of GEI[GER & PA RTLOW.
hlaving entgaged an expermenced anad com-.
iptntt umsstanmt, in additiotn to their own per.
seotal attetiin, anid possessing means to make
libernl advances on Prodtuce consigned to their
care, they htereby renider their services to P1lan.
tes, Metchats utnd others, in the storage and
Cotton, Flour, Bacon. r
and other Produce, in lteceiving and Fo~rw~ard- d
ing IMerchtandise, andi putrchasinig goods to or
Thteir chtarges will be regulated by thto.uual d
rates of the place.
W. WV. G EIG ER,h
-JAMES Y. L. PARTLOW.
H amnburg, Jutte 3, 1846.
jtutc 9 Gmi 20
TO THlE PUBDLIC.
TIH E undersigned would al
respectfully annotunce to p
g1 Tr avellers and persons vis- p,
~ , itir.'g Hamtbutrg, that hdelas ei
taken for a terml of years. til
- ~ the Hotel, longi known as fc
Hubbard's -American at
Which it is his purpose to keep as stuck a haouse
shold be kept, and will otnly promtiise to all who se
favor hitn with a call. that he ryill do itl in his o1
poer to -please ; and where as mutch comort'
and quiet may be expected as can be found in wV
any Public House.
A carefit unid attentive llostler will be kept D
cnstuntly in the- Stable, andtt Horses shali-be II
attended io i a way that shall give entire sais- Si
I actions. -
A liberal patronage is respectfilly solicited. til
WM. KETCHAM. se
H amburg, March 8 Jtr~
S Roberts ~ ' frd
m. K. Kitchen o edtors.
S. ROBERTS, e ntvend Dru
. gist of the Town, geeld 6 in ti
istrict of Edgefield and MSua .aFt; Car
ia, having. this day maw a men
e ofhis entire stockn, tki 'eRifit
a creditors N Noti"e is;iDe P to 9
id each of the saiea iid.in the
spective claims prope _ 4 bi"iffid
is before samerNo .i trat
itiit. iineiyjdays frdm6,964 t-ato her
',,or by the provisionsi of r ogwentthe
aims may be. birred.
WILI 1 HEN,
August 27th, 1847. - 32
Sept.1 f 3
0T The Angusta Cosbttitioiali, Charle
n Evening News, and Fiili 4eid.If. f Stat
rzette, will give three. weekly4.4 ons,'aI
rwurd. their accountito i e; at A
N CREDIT Z' E.:
N the first Moriday (Salea Diij)n Octob
next, will be sold to- thebighest bidde
it valuable tract of LANDkiown as. th
oses ,Harris tract, inithe wat 'of Rock
reek, adjoiniing lands of'Mi.-Padget,.Avcr
and, and others, contigfW h'e iundre
d forty acresi, be the sa ,m or less -
id Land is within 7 mil ^ bfieirt Hus
te p et of ibe' biQ o fdera
rv desrabe property crddito ~one an
years will be giventie iichi T4isr
ired to give a bond-und a roygsecurity$
W. A. R[SAd'n'2'G.
CAROiINE S. JETERk'Adm'tx.
of M~aj. 3 jafJer, dec'd.
aug 25 6t 31
, HEREBY GIVEN That aapplicatioi
will- be made to theLiegislatore of Soul
irolina at its next session, to isy'dot and ope
Public Road, from a point on theIsland For
ad, in Edgefield Distridt. t orif ar the hous
Thomas C..Griflin, to rdb tsrdagh the land
James Cresswell, and t6 iitirsect what i
lied the old Charlestox road, it'or near th
rd on the smnall creek 6osiugsaid. Charle
road, about three hunidt-d'yfirdi-above th
in honse of N. L. Griffin,-od his plantauio
ar Cambridge. 'At the same time an appl
tion will he made to disoi'tintu. the'old C:v
fton road between the.bridge.over Nineal
creek, and the poai where the propose
w public road willintersctiaid.Charlesto
aug 16 -3m 30
k LL Persons having 'nydenaunds again
the est-ates of Thos.-Reynolds, Senr., an
ims. Reynolds. Jr., are heireby required to a
1d in the Ordinary's O i e, on: Wednesda
a 24th day of Novemberenext,'!add* presei
eir demands properly :itested,1AA.L desire I
se up the estate. -" -..
-. .M ..j~dministroariz.
august 25 .* 3m 31
MW R. ROFF, who held conditionally an i
terest in the right eiold Distric
Hotchkiss! -Reaction.. i l.Is(Paten
is never coniplied with i adition, ther
re lie lirads no -interest, .1 no rigbt
WI or. ma e any -contractt o d Wheel
re, the undersignedire. nowi aers, of sa
ht, and a right purch o tany othe
iless our agent, will n.
Mr. J. T. WZBBER 7 0 with i
wer to act as our a
March 1,1847. tfi -6
Derelit- -astiids a
quested to present the f.tested,. ai
ose indebted' to mBac A 'epayment
may25JO ILL, O.E. D.
may 6.-- "-f 18
ILL those indebted to the estate of Chari
IJohnson, dec'd., are leqested to mal
amediate payment, and th eavlumg demarn
present them properly attit d..
C. B. GDULDEN,.
SIMEON ATTA WAY,
july 7 .. . if 24
E[S H EREBY GIVEN, That an applic~ati
will tbe made at the next session of the L
stture of 8. C. to amenid the Charter of ti
dgefield Rtiil Road Company, so as to authe
e the said Coimpany to'increase them capit
ock, and also to construct a Rtail Road fra
dgefield Court House, through -the Distric
'Edgefield and Abbeville,- to. a terminus
me point ini Pendleton District, on or near t
avainah river or its tributary streams.
august 18 d- .. : 3m 30
liE iudersgned havinmg made tile nece
Esar'y :rranigeiments,: is now p repared
rishm 001Rums iif everyfdescription, at i
ortest notice, and will give. this branch of l
siness his, personal attention. lHe has al:
> finishied. a new and elegant Icars<
hichi will boa in teadineskat any time, to attec
unerals. Hjis charges'wall be reasonable at
-..-. A ABUSH NELL.
Edauefield 'C. HI. July 28 t r 27
State of Souti 'Carolina.
EL)GE FIELD DIST0R1CT.
etaniy Aiston, bmy her next 1Petition
frieids. Thomas-B Reese, -forpapnsig
and Alfred Aistan. S er funds.
[T' appmearing to my sitisfactin, that Alfr
LAhston, onme of the Defendants in tiiis cas
sides beyon~d the limmis of this Stato. On a
m of Griffin, Solicitarj for..the ;oetitionler,<
red, that the said Alfrejd Aliion,'do. plead, a
er or demur, .to this peidton 'within thri
oths from the' publication.4 of this order,
e said petion be takce coimfesso, agmai;
i. .6 8S. .T.O IPKNS., c. E. E. D.
Comimr's. Offide;'22 aly, 1817.
july 14 3m- 25
Dr. Drandrefl's Pius8
SSAFE MED1CINE.-The weak the re
ble, the infirm, thenervous, the delicat
e in a fetidaysstrengthened-by Brandreth
ls, and the worst contilints are removed I
~rsevernce withont the ~gxpenmsn of a phya
ti. Adapted to all circoustanices and situi
mns they are the best midiedies e'der invent<
r families, or to takelopea ,revinting scur'
id costivenese,,requamrgng chneo dii
rticular reginen, or care agait takinig coli
Rominbe'ri Drtaggissare not ppimitted.
himy Piils--ifyupurchase oftheiriyou wi
itamin a unterfeit . OBaaux6EvH, hI1. D
Dr. Brandrithas Pinigihl Office 241 Broa<
ay, N. Y..; other offces in N~ew Yor-k.
lETThe genuin only fo ale ';i Edgefiel
istrct b.J R 1 TEdglield Com
ouse, F.Nmcaen Ta aR buig am
SYrEYs Store, Mef .i9 ' + ia
Every' Agenthiaviit~ iinn' hmis acse
icate ofAgenscy,.sig . ,. DbeI~oter- hin
UiESTONE SPRINGS, 1st July, 1847.
ir Order No.
T E lollowing Regiments will parade for
Review and Drill, at the times and places
as follows, viz:
EThe 4th Regiment of Infantry, at Varienes,
on Thursday the 16th of September.
- The 6th Reginient or Infantry, atLomax's,on
W Saturday the 18th of September.
The 8th Regiment of Infantry, at any place
the Brigadier General may select and report to
this Department, the point selected on Tuesday
the 21st of.September.
The 2d Regiment of Cavalry, at Longmires,
on Thuraday the 23d of September.
The 9th Regiment of Infantry, at Lowe's, on
Saturday the 25th or September.
e The 7th Regiment of Infantry, at the Old
Y. Wells, on Tuesday the 28th of Septembear.
y The 10th Regiment of Infantry, at Richard.
d son's. on Thursday the 30th of September.
The Commissioned and non commissioned
Officers, will assemble at their tespetive pa
rude grounds on the day previous, for drill and
.ho Major Generals will, with their staff. at
tend the reviews, in their division, and the Bri
gadier Generab, will, with their staff, attend in
their respective Brizades, and are .charged with
the extension ofthis orde:,
By order of the Couimander-in-Chief,
J. W . CANTEY,
Adj. & Insp. Gent.
'july21 . Ut 26
e 2nd BRIGADE. July 9, 1847.
9 THE following Regiments will
s Parade for Review and Drill, at the
timnes and places as follows, viz:
The 6th Regiment of Infantry at
a Lomax's on Saturday the jdli or
--, on Tuesday the 21st of Sep
The 9th Regiment of Infantry at
SLowe's on Satuiday the 25th of September.
The 7th Regiment of ifantry at the Old
Wells, on Tuesday the 28th of September.
The 10th Regiment of Infantry at Richard.
son's on Thursday the 30th of Septenaber.
t The Commissioned and non commissioned
officers will assemble at their respectivo Bri.
t 'ade grounds on the day previous for drill and
t By order of the Commander-in-Chif.
P. H. BRADLEY,
Brie. Gent. 2d Brigade S. C. H.
W. W. BzLcuEn, Brigada Major.
atig 25 - t 31
NY persons wishing PIANNO'S TUNED
A can he attended to, by applying to Mr.
AARON A. Clark, Edgefield C. H,; by letter
t) or otherwise.
D 'July 7 tf 24
- STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
id- - EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
-9 Ca. Sa.
Charles B. Carter..
HARLES 13. CARTER who is now in
.C the custody ofthe Sheriff of Edgefield
* District, by virtue ofthe-surrender of-his hail,
,%t -'i snit of Garviri &Haines,- having. filed
re his petitinn with-'a 6fiedustonfttfif'ofBi
d whole estate and :effects..*with the purpose of
o obtaining the benefit of the Acts of the Gene
ral Assembly, commonly c'alled the insolvent
Debtors Acts. Public Notice is hereby given
to the said Garvim & Haines, and all the -other
creditors of the said Charles B. Carter, that the
satd petition will be heard and considered on
y the sixth day of -October next, at Edgefield
e Court House, or on such other day as the Court
s may order during the term, commencinag on
the first Monaday in October'next, at said place ;
and-all the creditors of the said Charles 13. Car
ter, are hereby summoned, personally, or by
attorney, then and thtere in said Court, to show
canse, if any they can, why the benefit of the
Acts aforestiid, should not be gratted to the
said Charles B. Carter, upon his executing the
n assignment required by said Acts.
*T HO. G. BA CON, Clerk.
e Clerk's Office, 2nd July, 1847.
Sjuly 3 3m 24
m Tyler's AMue & Fever Pills.
ts ACERTA IN. safe and eirect'aal eore for
t 1Agne and Fever, in all varied forms. Al
iO so. an excellent Tonic in Dyspepsmt, Palpiita
tion of the Heart, Loss of A ppetite, Neuralgia,
Nervous and othter diseases, which arise from a
- weak and dehilitiated cotndition of the systemi
.B-'lmowre, December 151h, 1843.
. Dr. G. K. Tvr~an.--Dear Sir.--t is whhtl
*great pleasure that I announce to you a perfect
Srestorataon of my htenlsh lby the use of yoiur mi
sveluable pills. I lada been suffer:ing from
*o Chillsand Fevers for eighteen or twenaty months.
.during wvhich linac I took five bottles of Row
dand's Toi ixuDr Sherman's Fever and
Agine Lozenges, Dr. Love's Vegretabale Elixir,
Keener's Powders, Barlks, Quinine, Th'lompso.
nian Medicines, Arsenic, H~erbs, and iin fact
-almost all the popular remtedies I could hear of;
nad yet received iio lastinig benefit. The ch'ills
wvere stopaped by Quiniaie andl oilier things, but
after a few days or weeks they would return
again, as land or worse ltainhere Towards
the last the chills caime only every third day,
.and these were folloawed by fever of such se
verity as to affect my reason anad it was foiunad
dnecessary for some one tia watch wvithi me un
, til the paroxysm paissed off. At last I procnred
-a a box ofyour pitls, anid only took foir.of thema;
ar' this so completely stopped the chaills, that I
nr have never had at return of them tap to this
e time, (nearly two*years) and tnear a year of
r thtis time was passed in the same palace where I
t first caught the disease.
That my case is not one cured hy chance is
prbven from the fact that fouar pills otnt of the
same box cured Capt. Reuben Banks, so ef
fectually ;hat lhe has never h ad thte dimnse since,
whereas before lie oftoen suffered from it. Twoa
other persoit were also cured lay the contents of
. this samte box, and they neither of them have
a haed a return of it althougha they bomtha reside
a where they are exposed every season.
ay I know'several others who hauve becen cnred
~by your pills, but it is unntcemssary to detail
their eases. The best certificates ouf their elliici
dency m Cnills and Fever, will he ma few doses,
y and if they-are as beneficial to others as they
tl. ave beena to me they may be truly called a pub.
- lic blessing.
I am wvithm much respect your ohaee't. serv't.
0 - IHNRY BRISCOE.
iFor sale by T. Risley, llmauihura. S. C., and
-J. D. TI BBETTVS,
- .Edgefield C. Ih., S. C.
iuly 28 (itm 2'7
dLL Persons having deimandls against the
Aestate of Henry Carr, dec'd., are regnest
r ed to present them legally attested, and those
a ndebted are.requnested tb make iammediate. pay
ment. .-THO S. LAKE, AdminaisTrator.
itye3 -. .i . If 10
DR. JOEL BRANHA&I'S. -
LIPER if- DY*SPECTIC
N offering this valuable Mediine to the peo
ple of S. Carolina fun the relief and cre of
tiany diseases incident to a Southern climate.
I do not claim for it infallibility; neither do I
say it will cure all diseases. But in
CHRONIC LIVER AFFECTIONS
I can confidently advise and recommend its
use, from rny personal observation anid use of
the iarticle in my own practice.- ThisoArticle is
favorably received wherever it has been used.
I am allowed to refer to Mr. George Heard of
rroup, Mr. John Warren of Columbus, Mr.
McAffee of Cobb, Mr. Asbury Hull of Athens,
Mr. William D. Terrell of Putnam, Rev'd.
John E. Dawson of Lagranige; to which a
great number of names might be added, who
bear their testimony to its value.
iabitualcostiveness is found very.frequently
connected with feeble constitutions, and per
sons of sedentary habits, which often exert a
very unfavorable influence upon the general
health of the subject; and is particularly mani
fested by a restless and desponding state of the
mind, irregular if not a loss of appetite. For
this condition of the system, this article is confi
dently-recomninended with the positive assur
ance that if the dose is properly adjusted. so as
notto move the bowels too actively, relief may
be relied on, without any, even the least of the
unpleasant consequences, resulting from the
nose of the coniinon purging medicines usually
resorted to. This article will be found to act
as a pleasant cordial and tonic, restoring the
appetite, and at the same time fnifilling every
indication that the common purging medicines
are designed to effect.
There are some constitutions liable to regu
lar attacks of Bilious fever almost evesy fall,
to such, I recommend the use of this Medicine,
beginning at least by the middle of May, or first
Many persons whose Digestive organs are
feeble, often experience a sense of fullness,
weight, and oppression, about the stomach af
ter eatiing-in such cases a dose of this medi
:ine will often afford immediate relief.
Pregnati women often suffer from heart
barn and costiveness, they may use the article
without the least danger and with great benefit,
[i sick or nervous head-ache, it is a most valu
I could append a long list of certificates, but
forbear, preferring to rely on the virtues of the
medicine to sustai itself. The medicine is a
gentle and certain cathartic. tonic and sndorific,
For sale by Robert Anderson, Liberty Hill,
Cheatem & Settle, Duntonsville, Charles Free
man, Cairo P. 0., and
J. D. TIBBETTS,
Edgefield C. H.
sept.8 ly 33
Lucina Cordial; or the
ELIXIR OF LOVE.
T HIS is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Incipient Cousumption, Barrenness,
Impotency, Incorhea or Whies, Obstinction,
Dillicult or Painful Menstruationncontinence
af Urine, or Involuntary Disrcharge thereof;
and for general prostration of the system, whe
ther the result of inherent causes or praduced
by irregularity, illness or ac.-ident. .
There is not a shadow of donht that this is
tre, and were not the subject of too delicate a
nature. hundreds would testify to the nnri' al
led efficacy of this Cordial as a specific for bar
renness, flour albus, gleets, irregularities in the
secretions, pains in the Kidneys. female sup.
presions. For sale by all the principal Drug
gists in Augusta, Hamburg and Charlestbn.;
aT Price, $3 per bottle.
For sale by Haviland, Harral & Allet, Kg
street; P. Melvin Cohei*Nd19-Haynite t;.
Nelson Cirter,: Meetin trek.idE
burg;' and' T7 :u y' ' TIBBE8'
Edgeflold Court HonseS. c
Tine U. 8. District Court.
DISTRICT OF SOUT H CAROLINA.
I N the Matter of Henry HI. Macysoni. late a
Merchanit of Edgefield District,. a B~snk.
Pursuant to an Order of the District Coitr
of the Unitedl States, for the District of Sonth
Carolina. notice is hereby givenm, that canse be
shewn before thme said Court, at the Fedemal
Court House in Charleston, on the Sixth day
of Nomveimber next, at elevon o'clock. A. M.,
why thme said Henry H. Mason shonld not.
receive Is Discharge and Certificate, as a
Charleston 26th day ofJune 1847.
II. Y. G RAY. Clerk.
July 7 ' 3mi 24
ilne U. S. District Court,
DISTRICTI OF SOUT H CAROLINA,
I N B A NIKRU L'TCY.
I N the Matner of Tlhma~s M. Oneal, Mer
chant of Barnwell District, a Bankrupt.
Pursnant to anm Order of thte District Court of
the United States, for thme District of South
Carolina, Notice is hereby given, that cause he
shwn before the said Comit, at the Federal
Court House in Charleston, on the thirteenth
day of Novemnber next, at elvenO'clock, A. M.,
why the said Thomas M. Oneal, should not
receive his Discharge arnd Certificate as Bak
Charleston 14th day of Angust. 1847.
H. Y. GRAY, Clerk.
au g 25~.1 0 31
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN TUEE COMMON PLE AS.
G. L. & E. Penn, & Co.
vs. Ce. Sa.
James B. Harris.
J AMES B. HARRiS being now in the
*custody of the Sherill'of Edgefield Dis
trict, by virtue of a writ of Capias ad Satisfa
ciendun, at the suit of G. L. & E~. Pennt & Co.,
nd htaving filed in my oflice a schedule on
oath, of his whole estate and effects, real amnd
personal, with a view to obtain the benefit of
the Acts of the General Assembly, commonly
called thme Insolvent debtors Arct. On mnotion
of Mr. Tumnpkins, defendant's attorney, Publi
Notice is hereby given, to thme said G. L. & E
Per n & Co., anid aill others, the creditors of the
said James B. Harris. that the said p~etii ot wil
be heard and considered. at Edgefield Court
louse, on the sixth day of October next. or on
such other day as the Coart may order during
the term, coiminenlcing on the'first Monday of
October next, at said place; and the said G. L.
& E. Penn & Co., and all the others, the cre
ditors of the said James B. Harris, are hereby
commntded, then arid there, either personally,
or by attorney, to show cause, if 'ariy they can.
why the petition of the said Jaanes 13. Harris
should tiot he heard and grante~d, and lie be
dschaigedl from confineme~nt by complyitng
w Ih the acts aforesaid, accordinig to thme terms
raiIct. rO. G. BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Oflice, July 2nd, 3847.
jly 3 3m 24
A PPLICA TION will 're made '.o the Le
gislature of this State, at its next sessiona.
fr an alteration in the Charter of thie Town of
~dgefekl, so as to g'ive to said town the use of
the money amsiag from Licenisos.
au g18-.3m 30
.D R N M
HE startlin drawb _
dicinal Agents has.rvera
process.or p urgation and -iig
also Debiitiled- he -Syst
Medicines huv.e alway ---
but a Necessart, atn
for tie relefone die
anther.-To obv6ate thiinhy'i
sought for an-.Agencthia.t'o
time PURGE, PURIFka
EN. But their efortsker
and they had alinost'desg -
the labors of science, ;an
warded by a discovery vhih I
fondest. desires of the e
which isjystly regasrdeddne
portent Triunphe that Pharm
chieved.-This importantdei -
ed Dr. LE ROY'S VEG9TAB,_J
SAL PILLS, which purify. the
move all coirupt, and.vited
healthy accumulations from'the1
ncr never before rivalled, i
duce no weakness or lassitud -
ou the contrary, tone th'e Stom -
rate the constitution during
operations! Dr. Le' Roy'. Bill
those heretofore irreconcilal --
able qualities, Evacuation and y
they are at the same.time
ING PURGATIVE, ad aPU
The two 'principle id aedib.
Roy's Pills are WILD CIIER
SAPARILLA, so preypred Al:ha
the beneficial effect of the oti
strengtheing, while the latter,"
with various vegetable ingrndia
and puriies-thus they superni d
ity or lassitude of the Digest1
hence their operations I are"
action, or subsequent Costie
Dr. Le Roy's Pills are'th'4
seatcling Medicine in existence, -
attack the very root of Disenis a
tion is so promp,, that in an liou
they are taken,.the patient.1s, a
good elfects. They not only- oell
Blood. but aliso on thi chylei'of:vn
is formed, and this ecuresidi'o '
fountain head. moreover th 're
nausea, griping 6r'debility adi ^
Medicine theyhave n6 riva c
per Box. .:
For sale by J. D. TIBBETTS
C. H., S. C. july 7 ' 6
from Dr..Waines, of Piladhip
2, 1640.-" Your Pills. aetlie i ill es
operations, and yet most poiveiful
fects, of any that I havd ever metwiih
tice of eight and twenty yean.'Th ;
the chyle and hence on the Yn t!"
blood, is evidently very surnjus .1
Extract of a lettei ryoni 6i-iHeury
Quebec, L.;C., March6,-184l
fevers, sick headaches, tor
and enlargement..ofth p e . e.a
Pills are an excellent medict
For salei by all the .Drugts
Hamburg, and. in. Chirlest bj
ral & Allen, KingistreettsNelsoaCse,,
ing street;: M.C
Amos Head.-crniekEastya ritdq b
T. Risley, Habrg.;nd
justajni crebtif6te -
cures tii i elgf n t~l
the coantry where they bhave blieen ddi
of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints andBlij -
Diseases, with their. well known, ated'is
Sick Headache&c.;has induced. t: ir.~I
signed to make* arrangements to rec~W hi~
stocks direct -from the Proprietor, yandol
say to their numerous cus~tomers aa eya
prepared to supply them, tholesale~oesI"
at New York prices., .~ ~-~~
IT $2 per doxen, or 24.cenisper -
By P. Melvin CohenNo. 19 Hayn sru9
H viland, Harral & Allen,. Kiiigstr~e.~
son Catrter, Meeting street;-.E: I~s9
Broad street; and Amos Hed-o
Bay and Broad stet-hretn
Hamburg; and J. D. TIBBETT~.c
july 28 _
FOR the cure of WltteL Swillings,
and other tomors, UlesS
and fresh IWounds, Sprains and Bii~s
Ligs, and Inf/lammnation. &oldBd
Breasts, of roomen, Rheumattw'-painsfirTj
and external diseases geea
retly superior .to any neie ine1e1T
Eiscovered foir the chafed blaim
horses; for ringwormui' cha'pfi~
short for every 'eternal bodil ~it~tI
to the lot of man or beast. $'eth
this noble specific ca ste
fear of contradiction, tat ii
to ansy compound ever diseoved~I
that is known in~ these dajs, intecg
above complaints. . Indeed,t aieh~
be said in its favor, for there1i~it~i
certain,than its efficacy ini ths'atfe"o
it is recommended, andi thesped4
tion of its cures are suchi has di 'e
uace of being miraculous-. otig7
without this almost universalomt
inmates of all ho
es, cuts, bruises, bturns, coini~lj
&c. &c. Sec,; from anj drall~ow~
can receive but little inijury. if theyhv
of Harrison's unrivalled spei6 .oe~te
with them. For Piles and SaltRhik
passes all other remedies.: .
For sale by T. Risley, 'Hamburf&an
Edgefield Codif Hous.
july2.8 6 E
A' LL persons Iddebted to thae
Angustus W. Burt, decd,,
to make immnediate payment, a'nd
demands against said estate,
present them for payment~
fled that it is absolntl~e
the tmoney'due is~
do not pay will. ueltO
The Notes ai-e ifthda
Jan 3- -.