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There is still iw the land! There -is
stall Jope for the..wicked who have
thrown themsejves into the arms of
vice, and have indulged in the ruinous
and disgraceful practice of gambling.
-We should .never give up our endea%
vors td reform those, who have, been.
led .a y fromthe "paths of duty, and
'from iessonsof virtue, t the dai and
tortuous-aes'of corruption, by the al.
most universal -nanla, induced by an
acquaintance with 'gaming. ofWe kno
it is the :uston for virtuous eyes to
ave;ed from youths who have fallen
into the traps of sin, but this should not
be the 'case. It is the' duty of every
one, to lend a helping hand to aid in the
rfomaon of hoeupvho, yeavebnu
'fortunate.. The cause of their misfor
tune, may have originated in weakness
'-it may have crept over their benigh
eted minds, like the seductive shadows
of evening, s hich lulls the soul to drta
my . slumber and prepares the senses
for the deep unbroken sleep of forgetful
ness.-Yes this is progress of tie histo
ryoftheyoung man who isdaen into
'the exercise of this habit. A gentleman
S() ga ve first marks him as "a blood"
te and step-by step, he is led on, from
- the paths of moral rectitude until in the
blackness of degration, he fo gets the
line of demarcation between the gentle.,
man and the black-leg, and at last sink
ing lower than the level of honesty, is
lost forever.. How many such could be
'sved, if the proper exertions were
* ()made? Parrants should never drive a
sked h' rom their family ci, cle
foraharsh bys no effect on vice, and
itds d mogh tithe most obdurate
blakeset oT.hey . i right to trust
illihuncleanut upon te
'rldn oibyarctio scatter the
posoia wihle blc- strained and
"'~"s'-bpev ag road, It
Spin ortown toes jv oing youths
1s frv.. Ho rmnysc areld mae
sav~edr o edsiep into the shbes of
;eneakld -to fill their pl -
inahrelations of active' lie-to
- ue~ad preserve these, fr om the
mcjtajion . 'h.be set them at every
h rofTher'et gand which are
-' o* ikerdeadly snares around them.
-, prvnot s nething be r dona. We
e p oud to,.do honor
s- w whoare honerable
- - u :w rep }forward and eier ise that
ti -tohas l cedat
0 cb4h41i hasno-smppoiter.g
te etspof ativons enforced,
rt itlitsecriides resulting from the hot
'hoil danger, liuman failings,should
bepuish-ed in a manner which would
provei-eormatory to the character of
the criminal, we, on the. other hand,
would desire that the forfeirtures which
are now meted otto the low trickster
and cunning.desigher, should be eleva
tied into higher puhishmient, and of such
a character, as "would 'cariy the stigma
of disgrace to those who fell und~er.the
shadow of their odium.
:To'thae gambler w would give the
brand of Cain, and the public lash at
least to the extent of Moses' law. We
would no; recommend this,.if the punish
men't whaich'thie state under her system
sees fit to inflict, were commensurate to
thie villainy of their calling. If the
State- would place them in a Prison
where their moral senses could be meol
ded anewv by the honest regeneration of
* ' . labor, it would then be a fit policy to'
treat them with kindness ,and lenity.
But, as it is, their crimes-for, gamb
ling is a crime of the blackest dye and
deepest guilt, go unpunished by the la w.
A.symtpathetic petition wrung from the
kind feelings of humanity, places them
on a level, with honesty. The~y are thus
pla:ed upon a footing with those crim
ials whose transgression originate in
misfortune-and by this means they.
come-in for: pardon under the gZ'orious
discrmination of Executixe clemency
wotw' down to compliance by'appeals
which are as unceasing in their demands
'is they are unfounded in justice. In
stances have not been uncommon, when
the offender has. stood up to hear the
admonitions and sentence of the court
and; at the same time had the Gover
nor's pardon in his pocket.
- This shows how the gentkmanly prac
'tice of gambling- is frequenmly punished
-and' it shoivs too the necessity of
placing its punishmnent, even beyond'
the control df the sypnpathuies of men.
' ' ~ Our town is. .infested' with the birds
of prey the'fu Harpies who gloat up,
on the corruptions of the land. It is
important that Columbia should be mid
of the infesting clan, a~nd: that it. should
' possess a character which would ensure
the parents sending their sons to our
College,Ian exemption even from the
possibility of..their being led astray,
whilst- they reside here.' We have an
energeti 'Tow'n Council!~ The police
*know a gambler, as well- by sight, as we
know . buzzard.. Why, do they not
take these things in hyand? It is because
they fear those,jwhio ar'e not professihtn
need anothiere :to save the town
.from thebighi'aliikhtsjradually set
sling over it,.and..which threatens to en
'shrodeuits energies and'-its' honesty.
The Rev:= Mr.-- - Ier o
--,had iheicustom. of .'wriing th
heads of his discourse on smalWsiips "
paper placed.on the Biblei ifore.him, u
be used in succession. On reaching thi
end of the second.liead, he .looked dowi
for the third slip,. butaialas! it -was na
to be found.-, hirdy,' he cried;' look.
ing round with great anxiety:- -After t
little }pause, 'Thirdly,' again: h' e
claimed"' uri no thirdly appeare,
='Thir my bretheran,' piy
sued the be. ered clergyman, bu
not another word could, he utter. A
this point, while the congregation-wert
partly symapathising' with his . distress
and partly rejoicing at. such a de
cisive instance of :the iproprieti
of using notes in. preaching-whici
had always been air - unpopula,
thing in the Scotch clergy-an old wo
man rose up and thus .addressed thi
preacher. .-If I'm not mistaken I say
Thirdly lee out of the east window,
quarter of an hour since.' It is impossi
ble for any but a Scotchman to ton
ceive how much this account of the los
of Thirdly was relished by the part o
the congregation whi'h condemned thi
use of notes.- Chamber's Scottish book
- The Devil's Wig.-bome years ago, a
the late Rev. Mr. Priagle, of Perth, wa
taking a walk one summer's afternooi
upoq the Inch, two young beaux took i
into their bead to break a jest on th,
old parson. Walking' briskly up to him
and making their how politely; they asi
him if he would tell theni the color-of th
devil's wig. - The worthy clergyman, sur
veying them for a.few seconds, made tb
following reply,--Truly here is a mo
surprizing case: two young men hav
served a master all the days of their lives
and cargt tell the color of his wig.'
PLANTERS' HOTE L
EDGEFIELD COURT HOUSE, S. C..
Tire. Subscribers respectfully al
IM nounce to their friends and th
public generally, that they hay
purc:ased from-Mr. C. H. Good
man, the above named large and commodinu
House where they are prepared to entertain a
who may call upon them.
This HOTEL has' recently nndergone thot
ough and extensive repairs, and its favorabl
location, together with a determination on on
part that no effort shall be spared to make.
emphatically the "STRANGER'S HOUS;
lead us to hope that weshaJ41'merit and receiv
a liberal share of public patroniage.
''JOli L. DOBY.
* April 10, 1848 1
April10 .-tr .' 12
2d Reg'nt Cavalry, S. C. M.
EDoEFIEI.D, April 17, 1848.)
[1H E Edgefield Squadron of this Regimen
PV will appear at ,Edgefield C. [louse, ot
Saturday the 20th May next, for drill and re
Officers atnd Non.Commissioned Officers
wvill assemble the day pevious far drill arn
The Abbeyille Squadron of this Regimen
will a ppear at Abbeville C. H-. on Saturday
the 3d ofJante nett. for drill amnd review.
Commissioned and Non-Commisqsioned Offi
cers will assemble the day previous fur drill ami
By order of CoL.. Tuos. W. LANrAM,
G. W. BRANNON, Arl'j.
'The Abbeville Banner will copy twice aim
forward accontut to this Oflice.
A pril 18 5t 1
PI.M" O FOR T ES.
MR AAHON A. CLARK, hiaving
.. lately returned from New Yoik with
choice assorlme-nt of
With and without the iEOLIAN ATTACH-I
MENT. from the celebrated manufactory a
NUNNS & CLA RK, and ititending to keel
for sale a cons tant snpply of these a nd other
At the Ware-Houtse of GEIGER & PART
'OW, in the Town of Hamburg. on aefavora
We terms as at anty plaice in the S0UT H ERIN~
STATES. invites the attention of those per
sns in wanrof such articles. mand- solicits their
to call anm.exarme-for themselves before pro
ceeding further, where will also be founda
supply of new and fashionable SHEET MU
SIC and BOOKS of instruction for thme Piano
A. A. CLARK ednttinnes to Tune Instrit
ments, in which busitnesshteiias been emuployed
for nine years past.
April 3m ri
EARSi OF EARLY SIX WEEK~S
RARE RIPE CORN.
100 EARS of the above very earlyv and
large and benutiful CORN at '5 ceite an
Ear. TURNIP -BEETS. anidall kinds
f Landreth's'Genuine Garden Seeds, ft.r
sale by 'R. 'S ROBERTS.
~feb. 9 ' tf .3
.New Bloot and shoe
WTH ERE Gentle:ni'l Bifishd Shoei
WVare made in a most suptrior style of fit
Gentlemen- wanting cork soled, double soled,
water proof.. walking, dresin ' patent' leather.
nd a fino pump soled BOOTS.; need but
eave their orders with-the- subscriber.
'Fancy & Staple% o
[ I ANCY -atn;_ ~ iis
,ilkand' a a wI n
SSilklE :Shadesn . d
Enlisi iind Emaerice d
'RicBoninet; Cap and Telt
iwiiirJh'one Threa nd rgand
Linent C a4bric Handkerebie 1
FOR 'GENTLEME - AR.. _
de'EteSatmmeiCId -prin a
. simerei - , ei ar,
Lead Co1nred,'Brown-an d.G
Brown and.Fancy Linen Drill: "
Marsailles Vestings, .Silkl Ha keiaiinf-ad
-Cravats; -?.'" " 'r:
Suspenders, Gloves, H o
* Together with aus'mrf$.
Georgia Stziped Homspd d,O "
, Cotton Yarns Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets.
Just received and for sile By- 6
April - I : 1't'
Books & Statioie
-Comprehensive Commentary, 6-voas
Students Bible Large Octavo:'
Ainsworth' Latin Dictiona:Yry;. -:
U. States Exploring E:pedoitdn.5Svos.
Hooper's Medical Dictilol'i.
f Barnes' Notes on Isaiah,.Jobf-iypels,&c
Grove's Greek and English litionory,
D'Aubigney's:Hist. of tii R4754 vols.
Common Prayer, f y.
9 Cruden's Concordance , - ,"
9 Suddard's British Pulpit
Grigg & Elliot's Readers;;
New York Reader,
Arithmetics, various-kwd;- "
Slates, Pencils;Quills ;Pap ad Ink.
For sale'bf R. EOBERTS.
Fresh Grq ef *a r
UGARS, Coffee, Mola s mYine! r,
SLamp Oil, Tallow;.Sj iailAdaman
Raii n Candlesd,
Raisins., Soda Biscuits;. n m~ :
Imperial; Hyson and Black 'daLice,;&c.
Raisins. Fi:r.itr ,uro~ aaroni,
Pickles, Brandied Pe igars.
Just received and fosal 7.
- C.A EfGS.
April 4 >N E . 9'S
NE W i$
-T HE Snbscriber hasju aen
s did. Stock diSdpring ods.
I For Ladies' ware, a finelot: -
Muslins, Barages-aidJ -s
Bonnets and, Bonae i 4o
r Worked Collars .a ngs;
Black and .Wpite
, ForGne e.
Anie.Stock ofB d^ " }alf
- Leghorn;Panama, .14 Bever
H'A TSE 7~~
.j rei ts'ubscribers would re ~il~n
.t. , orm their 'Cutliiiirsh -hPblic,
tcey'haisjust op d - alarge
Sprlnw &. Sune oodes,
embracing every variety and1 leo Fancy.
and Domestic DRtY G OD5
Also, a. Complete As 'o~-:
Hardware and.Cutlery-China( liaskand T u.
Ware-Hants, Caps and. Be t. Felots,.
Shoes and Slippers-Saddl ITrunks
and Carpet Bags-Drugst iand
Persons wishing CH EAP and' 'Articles'
will do well to call, and partice. ly th'ose who
who wish to pay CAiU.: -They .hae. Ba'r
gains.. We leave alIso'onlien. - "
18,000 lbs Cut Naits, ass'ted,fr 4 to 40 'ds.
12,000 lbs Iron, assorted uifzes.f.
Trhe Nails and Iron wilf bit F~ctory
GOODE & - L[VAN.
April 4 6 11
'AGRPA T CH& CE!
Selling off atC S
F OR O N.E MO'NT ~O L'V!
Iwill offer to the Public my prset exten
sive stock of
,BOOTS, AND -SHOE'S
THARD WARE, DOOKS AND
PARASOLS, CROCKERYAND GLASS
W A RE, TIN W ARE,- DOM ESTIC
GOODS. GROCER fES, FAN
CY ARTiCLES, 1PR
A T COS T, positively for mw Mie .only.
Those who wish 'targain's ialbeier come
soon, before the best goodrs .sslacted ouit.
-April 2& . 1 14E
STA TE O P SOUTHCalOLINA
EDGEPIELD DISTRICT. -
IN T HE COURT OF- OR DINA RY.
BYJO HN HlI. a, Orpfdinary of
Whereas John-8S.- A rai.i ba applied to
me for Letters-of'A4diriinis ion,'on- all
and singular thergoods and ebttels, rights
and credits of Christopher &i Ardie, late -
of the District,-aforesaid, dgifaed'
These are, therefdre,-to Cia~nd admon
ish all and singular, the kire mind cred
itors of the saidideessedi.td iiiid pear
before ine, at our norr2O egghts Court
for ihe said'District, tohbe odqa: E'dge
field Court 'H'ouse, foftIle :61'da f May
ins;.,. to- show cause, 'ilf u y,.h. ihe
said'amni dta s gradted.:
Given under my han e lthiis thed.
Iht~ day. ol- M0ay,-.in :t a of our
Lord' one thousand' eight lOdred and
forty-eight, and in' thd 72d ~faf oAiner
JOiHNH E~u~ ..
IL those indebtedito~'h e1o~ aaii
A Joh'nson, dee'd., .are. qesd to miake
immediate payment, and those avln demands
'to preet them properly attesged.
- SIMEBOW ATTA WAY,
THE'. EDGEFlELD -
.'F.FJJL .1 CJDaEly
rsind Mrs Jones.
W ILL open as heretofore advertised, onto
Monday the 7th.ofFebruary. The ar- h
ingements areas follows. A Primary Depart- ae
mint, Junior, Middle andS'enior Classes.
In the Primar Department. r
Spelling Reading, Widing-and Ele
tuentary Arithmetic, -5 00 P
In the Junior Class.
spelling, Reading, Writing, Grammar,
Arthmetic, -Prmary Geography,
'Abridged History, Composition, t 00
in the Middle Class.
Spelling, Reading, Writing, Aritlime
tic extended, Grammar and Pars.
ing, General Geography, History
of United States and of England, C
Astronomy, Chemistry, Natural
Philosophy, Cqmposition, 10 00 c
In the Senior Class.
Ancient Geography,.General History, c
'Critical Rteading, Rhetoric, Logic,
Botany, Chemistry and Natural
Philosophy, Algebra, Geometry, C
Latin with a view to a more tho
rough understanding of English, 12 00 a
Instruction in Music, 15 00 y
- do do French, - 1200 -
The year will be divided into four quarters
of eleven weeksench, commencing as follows- P
lst of January, 15th of March, ist of June, and I
1st of October.
, Books, Stationary, &c., wilrbe furnished dt i
irices to cover expenses only. C
N. B. The present quarter (to commence on a
the 7th ofFebtuary,) will be charged as a half
quarter. . 2
feb2 [f 2
WJFI KE T CH.11 d CO
HAMBURG, 9. C.
AVE remove ctheir stock of Dry Goods d
othe Store under the American Hotel,
(late Hubbard's,) where it is their purpose to
keep a full assortnet of
Anerican, French and English
We would take this opportunity to.return our ]
thahks to our numerous friends for the very
liberal patronage bestowed on us for the last six '.
years, and would solicit a continuance of their I
We would ilso invite all persons buying Dry (
Goods in Hamburg, who are not already on
our large list of subscribers to give usa trial.
Our stock will consist of a much larger and it
ibie'general assortmein thant we have bereto- ti
fore kept. We shall also continue to keep our i
usuail assoi-tment of Carpeting, Oil Cloth, Floor I
Matting, Bonnets, and Ladies and Childrens '1
Shoes. - f
N. B.-Just received'a'full assortment of all 5
itty litck RolUng clot"A.
iihlch'together with all articles inour line will
,besold as low as they can be procured in Ham- c
tburgor Augusta. - s.
#WM KETCHAM& CO. V
gHamburg'S C. Aug. 7-I1 tf 29 h
Mr e - 4 Y. 84 132
Non aei - 50 100 -100 -aa
A ate . '72 . 120 '180
Peaivi'' 108 160 220 li
' 'The abrove prices in consequzence of increirs
d. facilities for manufacturing,- are much re- bi
duced from former rates. A liberal discount oi
for, Cash in hand at the date of the invoice.
Prcuses,.Chases, Cases, Wood. Type, Ink, f~
e. furnished at the lowest manuifactu~rers '
~rices', either for cash or credit. tr
Our specimen Book for 1848 is now ready ci
for diatrib ution to Printers. who will send for
.tand contains nmny new articles that we have bi
ever before exhibited, suchl as Writing Flour- IN
shes,- Oinaments, Omnamnentatl Fonais, &c. of Ii
bich we have ain ample stock fur the prompt al
eecution of orders.
Printers of Newspapers who choose to pub. 'Ii
sh this Advertisement three times before the ti
rt of June, 1848, and seird us one of their pa.
ers, will be paid fur it in Type when they
urchase fromi us, of our own Muann~factiur',
elected fruin our specimnens, five times the
anountof their bill. -
.For sale, several' goodi second handed Cylin- i
er and Platin Power Presa, Standing Presses,
and Printinig Presses, &c.
,GEORG E BRUCE & Co.
~pi 2 13 Chiamberssteet, N.York.
IN EQUITY. -
. H. Hill, & others )Amended BWI
onathan MI. H ill. & others A ccount. 61
- T appearing to my satisfaction tr'mf Jonathani ni
_ M1 Hill James E. Good win and wife Rhy- oi
dnia, James H ill, Amanda H-ill and Hlenriett cl
ill, Defenidants, in this case, are absent from U
nd without the'limnits of this State. On motion It
by' Mr. Wardlaw SoIr., it is orde'redi that the al
said Defendants, do appear, and plead answers ai
r demeanors to said bill wvithain three months al
r'om the publication he-reof, or the said Bill b:
il be taken pro confesso, against them.
8.S. TOM PKINS c. E. E. IR.
Commissioners Office, Feb. 28. 1848.
March 1 3m __ G
State of South Carolina.
ABBE VILLE- DISTRICT. fr
Dr. [saae Branch )Bil to Forecdosarc
vs. .Mortga us of am
Robert M Mann. Lan J. ei
-T appearing to my satisfaction that Robert ai
_ M. Mann, the defendant in this case, is a
withotthe.liimits of this State, on Motion, or
dered, that he do appear. and answer, plead or
emur, to the said Bill within three mionths
from the date of the publication hereof, or the
said bill will be taken pro vonfesso against hinm.|
- -'H. A. JON E$, c. . A D. .1
Abbeville C. H,, March 13, 1848. 3m8 to
- JNotice.. 't
ALL persons having any demands against "
the estate-of Jamues S. Pope~dec'd., arere
uested to present them properly attested, as it ri
s our intention to pay themi as fast as our col
tections inay enable us. And all piersens mn4
debted to said .estate are requosted to muake P
-THOS. H. POPE,
Jan. - mf 50
BO 1S.of BACON and LARD tl
5 or sale cheap for Cash, by, m
-' L A, WILLIAMS .
mrch U t( 6.
tate Agricultural Society
of south Carolina.
F HEfollowing PREMIUMS will be
awarded to the successful competi
re, at the semi-annual meeting, to -be
'Id in the village of Spartanburg, on the
cond Wednesday in Sept. next .
1. For the best Stallion, for Agricultu
i purposes-a silver medal.
2. For the best Mare, for Agricultural
uirposes; a Silver Medal.
3. For the best tiative Bull, over 3
ears; a Silver Medal.
For the best native Cow, over 3 years;
5. For the' best Jack, bted. in South
arolina; a Silver Medal.
6. For the beet Mule, bred in South
arolina; a Silver Medal.
7. For the best Ram, adapted to our
imate; a Silver Medal.
8. For the best Ewe, adopted to our
limate; a Silver Medal.
9. For the best Ram-, regarding wool
iefly; a Silver Medal.
10. To the trast successful and exten
ve grower of clover for three consecutive.
ears; a Silver Medal,
11. To the successful competitor in a
laughing match, with double or single
am; a Silver Medal.
12. For the most edeCessful and' exten
ve experiment with, lime for three conse
utive years, one Complete set of the Far
.13. For the best conducted Farm in ti
lstrict of Spartanburg; a Silver Cup of
e value of $10.
A full and detailed statement of the
aloe and operations of the Farm. to be
irnished by the Agricultural Society of
partanhurg, or a Committee of .three
isinterested farmer of the District, t
April 5, tf . 1,
DR. JOEL BICANHAM'S
GIrE R P DFSPECTlC
[N offering thisvaluable Medicine to thie pro
ple of S. Carolina fonthe relief and cure of
any diseases incident tw a Southern climate,
do not claim for if infallibility; neither do I
y it will cnrerall diseases. But in
'HRONIC LIVER AFFECTIONS
I can confidently advise and reconntend its
se, from try personal observatietm and'use of
to article in my own practice. This'article is
vorably received wherever it. hir.belr used.
ani'allowed to refer to Mr. George Hear'd of
roup. Mr. John Warren of Columbuts, Mr.
IcAffee of Cobb, Mr. Asbury Hull of Atleni
Fr. William 'D. Terrell of Putnam,- Rev'd.
Ahn E. Dawson- of Lagrange; to which a
reat number of names might be added, who:
ear their testimony.to its value. , -
;iHabitual cosiivenessis found very frequepily
annected with feeble' constititions, and per
ns of'sedentary habits, .wijfch oftenpexert 'a
try unfavorable'..in iflunce upon7tbe general
elth of the subjectand isaparticularly inai
et 'Du--asoandins a ra n the
iiiti tiat thie cosmnon puzrgingznedicines
e designed to effetti,
rTere are some constitutiotas liable, to, rega
rasttacks of Bilious fever alniost 'every fall,
msuch, I recommend the wise of this Medicine,
~gining at leastby the middle of May, oi first
Many persons whose Digestive organs are
ebe, orien experience -i senase .of fullness.
ight,- and oppression,'abouat thistomach af
r ealting- n stct, cases it'dose of this- mdi
nio wdll sflen afToard immediate relief..
Pregnant women often suffer from liear
cin and costiveness, they tmnay use thie.article
thont the Ieast danger and with great benefit,
sick or nervous head-ache, nt is a mostvalu
I could append a long.f~st ofecertificaifes, but
rear, preferring to rely on the virtnes-of the
edicimie to sustawn itself. The medicine is a
utle and certain cathactic tonic and sudorific.
Eatonton, Georgia. (ELB N1A.
For safe by Robert Anderson, Liberty Hill,
heatem & Settle, Ditonsville, Charles Free
u, Cairo P. O-., and
-J-. D. TIBBETTS) .
aepr..8Edgefield C. ri.
IN THE COMMON PL24S.
enry BI. Gleason, )Declarat ion
mins H . Jones, & C o. Aitadhmenf.
'H E Pliitiffin the above cae, having
this day fifed his Declaration in my of.
e, and the Defendant hiavinag neither wife
r attorney, knowna to reside within thme limits
this Stats, on whom a copy' or the said De
raion, with a rule to plead. can he served.
n motion of Mr. Gray, Atforney for Plaintiff,
is ordered, That the said Defendant appear
ed plead to the said Declaration, within a year
td - day fromn the date haereof, or fanal and
isolutie jndgment will be awarded against himn
TOlO. G. BACOaN, Clerk.
Clerk's Omice, May 26, 1847. qly 19
HE Subscriber havinig been appointed
-Iby J. D. Tibettsv, Assignee of his stock
trade. anid assets. hereby reqiire'paynment
run all the debtwtrs of the said J. D. Tabbetts,
ho want to avoidi costs,
Notice is also g'weni to the creditors of the
id 3. D. Tibbetts, to meet at Edgefieldf C. H-..
STuesday the 7th of March next, to appoint
:Agent, to tnct with the subiscriber in the pre
ises, if they think pro per.
-* S. CH RISTIE, Assignee.
!bi6 3m 4I
SR. R OFF, who held conditionally mit in-I
terestin the right of Edgefield District,
H-Itchkiss' Rejection Mill Wheels, (Pnitent)
is never comtplied with said condition. thero
re he holds no interest, and has no right te
iI or ma e any contrwtct for said Wheels.
e, the undersigned are the owners, of said
,tt, and a tight purchwasad from any other,
iless our agenst, will not be good. -
M r. J. T. Wzaansa, we ithoi-ise, with full1
wer to act as our agenat.
.a~l -~COTHRAN &MOORE.
arh11847. .- ,- rf-6
LLL Persons indebted 1,o the Subscriber by
ate or Accouint, are regnested toq make
y t bby Return Day in October next, if
ey ish to save cost, and all sums wvhich are
itin a Mfagistrate's jurisdiction, if not paid lby
at time mnust also pay cost -. as I: must haye.
aney to keep up nay businers.
Colemair's M.Ruads, Marchu 13. tinto 9
* - oIGeor~.~
ipoithedG.nte G ,
rof Souu rel
ised towbr = !'
the Compiany a MIedicines. Every
have a certificate with the seal -
ny thereunto. signed by its Beeretsar J ,
tersigued by the aforesaid General Aent. .
one-is authorised to sell the-Compay'i-s
dines without such certificate... -... W -
EDWARD BARToN, i
Graefenberg Medicines. ;
The nndersigned is f ell ' ped euiabis
a.GRAEFENBERG D i -OTin1 ;4.
proper size in S. Carolia and Geof11I
mediate application should be-made,. pgf8jj
ly or by letter to George Brainerd, a en;i?
10, llaynestreet, Charleston.'3%
probablylie but one Depot' in'a:tow . j .
lage, the agency will be very vilnal$ -
The delebratEd Medieines of the'
1ENBERG COMPANY are i'I
pletely supeiceeding all uthers.
irltroddced, no one thuirks of '= ^
Their chafater is best explain byythe
that THIRTY THOUSANDBOXE
THEIR PILLS ALONE ARE OLD-E'
AND EVERY WEEK - Tv'
Certidcafds upon certifiaesY on
of the country are corstantly rI'ded.
ing to their woftideifdl pnweil T-e
is almost immediately Melt;ao 6aatng
will show the invalid' whether sy
riot doing him good.lie si
abanddn all' other dredicines -
Pills ir fair trial. ' 7'
The operatirtne f the
the world ard of unpreedeted
high and dommandin ciarieri
received the untuali pohatIiuf
gitshed Clergymen, Jrisfa E - -
the public genera. T.ie h"f
business is assamring anri
through the Graefenbe Compan1.
every faeily in the lan. lias' eeasteao
some kind ofpatent iredrdms ad or
tion like that of fhieCe aai"
public niportsie -3, 'th
medicines m bife
The leading artic tcort p
if invited is-0 -. > . .
T RE GRA'FEtgRl r
The following complahtts yield Y h -
to their.power- 1
Asthma eve tgA'6F
Biliours Comnplain6 Giss itiusy
-tion'" r :9 Hea" b jf l' r
Catarrh, o i
Cough ,of Pregtaty: e
Dyspepsi R, a.., " "en
Dyspeptc'neyo y Dle> enfu
&c.. yield to their powet.'~S
THE CHfLD~EN' kC A-~, -
medicine shsould be in
the -world. Er s ov
which childrens and . e l'~ uh2F
summer- complaints, dye~
atffectinns of the stomach-abid 66l'i s/ifaiY 'T
libte.. Price 50 cents a bottle, with am p.
THE GREEN MOUfN'XIN VEGETAL
this Oidtment is n' positive and unfaili~ ~ ~ ,
d~y. . Price 25 ani 50 cts. a biox.
'fIfE GRAEEFENBERGTEVER AND~
GUE PIL LS-The'mdst idpiifiei
Ite placed on these PillW They:.are thsy,
poititive er known, and4 iuhdld, heied b
all who suii'er' frow'ithis disoider. Price $1a
bor GRAEFENBE'Rt E OTION
P'or disordors or the--eyes- his Lotioan ihas ano
ugnal. It is compoondednpon theinostiscen
Lific principles,tand has permedsaextraordina
ry cures-. For violent iniflammation. linini
und failihg of the sight..wiaknesi ofdhygsy
involuntarf weepirng. fdreign kib tess ii the
eye. &.c., it is a positive antd speedycfre. 'Price
25cntas a bote wih ful di r ei
TERS-Sovereign to buird'ub theenervited
system,-to restore the appetite. aiad clearthe.
skin. .Price 25 cents a padkage. ,. a
- GRAEFENBERG SARSAPARILLA.
COMPOUN D-Warranted to make t woqnarta
su perior rr, quality to any in'the worl. Prie
$1 a bottle, -
GEORGE BRAINARD t.~&
SAnd for saleb'y
-fR. 8. ROBE RTSL
Edgefield Conrt THonse, 8.C
And in Chnrleston, b'y NELSON'CARTER
opposite the Charleston Hotel; A MOS H EAD
opposite the P. 0. and 263 King-st. Charleto~
WM. H AINES. Anuusta, Gas.
JO HN L EM MUN, 761:lton, 8..C ~
M. LEM 10N, Winaborough,8 S'Cf
january 21 3m 8
CAUSE OF D1SEASES
A ND IT S CUR E.pr -~
I F the btody daily receives a uroper iutodnt'
of' nutrition, and daily expels the worn ontt
parts, by the sensil'e andinesa'-evacuat
health is the natural consequenee.,
Medicine can secure dhese R~aulgts~
IN H EAt.TU WE PEssRiE TW to oiczsi'aw? i
In sick ness, espycially Fe'cer, we. scarcely --
crspirc at alL Consaider tben' the a~mount~o
injurious taater throwri into te hlood...-t way
settle on. a v~itaLpart, and .produtce dadai.
Sometimes death wiil.take placebeforxq
obtain an operation from the' howel.:; en
sible th'en, and use. those remedies whjd -j'
take out' fromi -the . bowels' and eifculaii y aW
th-at-is retamned 'long~er than .natui-eesi&~y,
health permits.-'Fitr this-pnrposeh 4a
- randreth's Vegetab~.e#Hl~~
are all 'suficient to procure opious eyacum.
tions, purify the blood, and enre disease.'
Agents in Edgsfeld astrf~ti 4ib
R. 8. ROBERTS,aEdgefteld diE
J. S. SM IYLEY, Meeting Street, Edg'd Dis. -
KENDRICK &TH AYER, Hambnrg, S.:
A pril 10, -1848 41 12
'For sale or Rtent,
V H E HOUSE and LOT formerly iteen
to - pied by S.8S. Tompkis Ea hppy
April 4 ft U H