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"BUT HPE IS A GENTLIrMAN."
How much n,isery, how much over
whelming sorrow and regret has this
one short sentence caused in the world,
Hlow many heartless villians are theie
who move even in the fast circles, and
wh""se characters are known to be infa
mous, yet who hold up their heads for
no other reason than because they are
gentlemen, a comely appearance, affable
manners, and a good suit of clothes.
Hlow few there were, especially among
the young, who look beyond these ac
complishments in frming their esti
mates of character. Let a man b, ever
so corrupt, let his private character be
what it may, if he pos!ess these little
external accomplishments it will not ans
wer, under the present constitution of
society, to consure him, for he is a gen
That good old maxim of Pope that
"worth makes the man," is gone out of
vogue, at least with a very large pnr
tion of society-or else a vety di!ferent
standard of wor th has been set up, which
is, to measure a man's wni th by the
quality of the clothes lie evears. of the
grace with which lie bows. Thus it is
no uncommon thing to see a man who
can dtink, gamble, swear. and commit
any other species of vice, and still be a
gentleman. Ifthew- men could he strit
ped of their false-if their real characters
coul- beexhibited in their naked deformi
ty to the artless youth, there would be but
little danger to be apprehended from
them; but the cloud under which their
baseness is conclided, tendurs them
boudly dangerous associates for youth,
for it enables them to gain confidence
by their easy address, then lure to ruin.
Evety parent who has the good of his
offspring at h:eart should not hesitate to
expose the viper, not let the considera
lion, he is a gnntinan, have a:y weight
in restraining him front withdrawing his
children from the influence and society
of such men.
DItUMMOND CANDLE MACHINE.-V e
have read frequent notices during the
winter in our exchanges, of this f'amous
candlestick, which not only holds the
light but makes its own candles; but we
have never had the pleasure of seeing
it, until the present week, when we
were shown one by Mr. Campbell,
whoso advertisement appears in this
We shall uow deseribe this inven
tion as closely as our space and limits
will permit. The base of the candlestick
forms a chamber. A screw passes its
entire length, which being tubular, car,
ries the wick as fast.as needed from its
coil-below. Lard:or tallow is poured
into the lower . chamber of this can
dlestick, from whence, when it cools, it
is forced by the action of the screw
upon an iron washer or wallower, whose
upper side is -coated: with. leather to
retider-it air tight, into the upper..tube
which becomes a mould, turning out a.
candle.as hard and smooth as can be'
made in any othee mode, and of any
desired length, from one inch to two
.The ingenuity of this contrivance is
surpassed only by its simplicity, and the
only wvonder is it has not been discovered
long ago. The simplicity and strrgh
-of the candlestick will keep it in order
for many years. There is no wvaste of
grease or tallow, and it consumes it to
the last particle. The candle can be
made of any lengtha, and c<misegnently
there is no running and consnming of
crease, or breaking dowvn of' a cand:le
es by the old mode. The wick being
dry and smooth tiakes a light almost
equal to that of a sperm can.ale. The
candlestick needs filling with a-rease only
once a week, and with wick but once in
six week'. These are advantages which
niust stike every one at once.
So far as we are capable of judging
of the utility ,;f this candleist ick. and
saving wvhich must result from its use, wie
think the notices in favor of it in our
exchages were not undoservine.
Ala Selmna Repoter.
Act speaks Lod:cer tha~n WVords.
We have Beimtuda papers to the first
instant. No news, unless the following
be such, fronm a St. Vincent paper of
The most extraordinary case of a
free man returninig to slavery was wit,
nessed here last wveek. Some months
past, four American slave.< made their
r.scape fr om the schooner Concord, then
lying at anchor at Sr. Domnicia,arnd
came to this island. Two of those peo
ple, named Fiank and .John brothers,
were the prop"rtv of Captain Buttler ar
rived hero on Friday last, and was im
mediatly waited on by the brothers, who
it appears, were brought up by him
fronm childhood, and tenderly treatted.
The result was, thtat Frank returned to
his duty on board the vessel, arnd John
no sooner saw the vessel under weigh,
than lie got atnxions to go on board also,
but not succeeding, lie became inconso
la ble, and will, wve dare say, take the
first opportunity of retutrning to his
The lDemocratic Nominees.--The
New York Observe,r, a t eligius papers,
holds the followving language:
"The Dr-moci atic convention to no
inate a President and Vice President
has closed its se ssion. The nomuinees,
General Cass and Biuttler, are men of
irreproachable character, and I take
occasion 10 express the gratification
whiichi all religions men feel whten such
mten ate up for office."
BY virtue of sundry writs of fierie facias
in ie directed. 1 will proceed to sell a'
Ed-tield Court House, on the first Monday and
''uesday f,lowing. in September next, the fol
lowing property in the following named cases,
to wt. Elizabeth Canfield vs. Araha Smith &
R. H. Reynoldst the tract of land where the
defendant Smith lives, containing one hundred
srnd fifty acres more or less, adjoining lands of
Willia'n T. West and others.
H. (I. Hill. vs Bryan Deen; the tract of land
where the defendant lives, containing six hun
dred and seventy-five acres. more or less, ad
joining laids of Benjamin Stevens and Rob
L. H-. Mundy vs Madison Cothran, the tractof
land where the defendant lives, containing two
hundred acres more or less, adjoining lands of
Daniel Roundiree and others.
J. D. Atkinson for L. H. Mundy, assignee,
vs Dricilla Anderson and Joseph P. Anderson,
the tract of land wnere the defendants live, con.
taming two hundred acres more or less, adjoin
ing lands ufA. Perrin and others.
Joseph A. Presley for L. H Mundy, assignee
of Brannon vs Joseph P Anderson, the tract of
land where the defendant lives. containing two
hundred acres, more or less, adjoining lands of
A. Perrin and others.
William Canfield vs C. W Cochran, the
tract of land where the defendant lives, con
tining three hundred acres, more or less, ad
joining lands of James P. Carroll and others.
t. M. Fuller vs Washington Freeman, the
ltact of land where the defendant lives, cnn
taining twenty acres more or less, adjoining
lands of A. T. Traylor, Peter Quattleburn
W. S Cothran vs G. W Christian and
Washn'ton Freeman the tract of land where
the defendant Freeman lives, containing twen
ts acres more or less, adjoining lands of A. T.
Traylor, Peter Quattleburn and others.
Abram Jones vs John Rinehart, administrator
of Win. M. Stone, a +ract of land containing
one hundred and sixty acres more or less, ad
jnining M Petenbaugh, Jesse Derri.k and U
G. W. Presley vs William B. Brannin and
G. L. & E. Pein, one lot of land at t iberty
lill, containing one half acre. adjoining Wush
ington Freeman and others.
G. L. & E Penn vs M. L. Gearty, the tract
n; land where the defendant lives, on which
there is in Tan Yard, containing twenty acres
more or less, adjoining lands of F. O'Conner.
Goorge W. Gartany, vs Elliott & Parks, the
defendant Elliott's inte. two tracts if
lan:J in Beach Island. ontaining fifty
eight acres mor or les h Mrs. 11ary
B: wers lived le tin m th, adjoining
lands ofJ. H.'1atnin W estbrook
and others; the ot.r g ninety
.even acres more or less, lyingon the Savannah
river, and adjoining lands of Valentine Walker
Smith & Griggsvs Darling D. Plunkett, B.
F. Gowdy vs the same, Lawrence Myers & Co.
vs the sa.ne, the same vs the same, the lollow.
ing lots in the Town of Hanrburg. known in
the plan of said 'Town as lots unmbers 199.
200, 201, 202. 203 and 204, having fifty feet
front by one hundred and ninety-six feet deep,
bounded North by Tillman street, East by
Snowden street, South by Cobb street, West
by Bradherry street.
Jehm lill Ordinary for C. W. Ardis vs M.
Galphin . and D Atkinson,. two negro men
Spencer and March, levied on as the property
of M. Gulpliin.
G. L. & E. Penn vs John Mos.ly,. B. T
Ryan for A: B Addison ye the same. J
Hill Admin'r. vs Sohn Mosely and B. L. I
rell, S. F. Goode vs Joln Moseley, two
groes Lucy and her child Columbus. Te
- . S. CH RISTIE, s. E.
Angust 12 4te
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLUJ
IN O RDIN ARY.
Sanri Hariris arid
rWm. Harris. Appts.
vs Summons ini
Jared Ilarris, and Partition.
WVm Worthington &
I T appearing to my satisfaetion that Jared
Harris arid WVilliami WVorthrington arid wife
Martha, distributecs ini the above stated case
reside wi hut the limits ofthiis State, it is there
fore ordered that they do appear and object to
te sale arid division of the real estate of Green
H arris deceased, onr or before the first M oniday
in December next, or their consent will be en
tered of recoird. Given under my hand at my
o11iue tire 8th day of A ugust 1848.
SOHIN HIL L, o
N E WGOOD?
T H E Subscriber has just received a splen
.did Stock of Spring arid Sunmmer Goodu.
For Ladies' ware. a fine lot of
Mirshnis, Barages and Ginghrares,
Fine Malnitlesunrd Shawls,
Bnnrets aind Bonnet Ribbon.s,
Worked t'ollairs andi M.uslin Trimings,
Black arid White Lace Veils,
For Geirlemren's wear,
A fine Stock of Boots and Shoes, of all
Lealhorn,Panama, PaIlm, Silk arnd Bever
[hardware, Cutlery and Crockery.
A good assortment of Groceries.,such as
Sugar, C,offee. Molasse~s arnd Rice,
Fresh CIH ES E,
With mrany arrtiches too tedious to mention.
ill of whlich 'will ihe sold very cheap for Cash,
yr o time, to punctual customers.
B. C. BRYAN.
April lII tf 12
WORMS! WORMS! WORMS!
THE BANE OF CHILDHOOD.
4N D mIre certain precuirsiir of many danger.
I olns diseaseses, if allowed to remain lnng
ni tIr ho uan system ini great numirbers'
Tho,usands of children die annually from
,orms. Thie season is nowv close at hand
hern they become mrost troublesome to clil
DR. WooDRtUFF's Wonst SPeuFC is a safe
-emedy for evo,rms. Try it. I t is .as good as
he best, and cheapi as the cheapest.
Mr. Josephi Shiippy oif Muscogee co. Ga..
nys it brrianght away 200 wvormrs from a negro
hild belonging to him, in a short time.'
Mr. Johni L Litile of Whniteville, Ga., says I
;ave it in one r ase, and brought away fifty
vorms. in anoithier ease It cured Iris negro
roman of Tenia or Tape wvormr.
Id r. Thomas Boyd. of Cowota co. Ga. says
r gave it to a negio boy who -was in bail
realth ; it brought away immediately thirty,six
vorms. H e was soon well, and remains so up
o this time.
rgina, Pike co. Ga. July, 1848 -Mir, Wood
if-Please forward immediately three dozen
if your Wormr Specific without dielay.
Respectfully, Joux, (z. HL &t. r Co.
Talbou Co. Ga. Dec. 32. 1845. 'Dr Wood
off-I have recetly made trial of your Worm
specific in a bad case, with tire happiest effect
think mrore of it than ever,eand believe it wvill
ho ini ninety-nine case. in the hundred.
sale by E, ROPER. RI.. D.
For aebyR. S. ROBERT8.
A,,, 6 m '- 2n9.
STATE OF. SOUT, L NA.
EDGEF1ELD ,DI - .CT.
T OLED before"me,-by, ei mn Murrell,
living about 6ve 1meileiYXt .Edgefield,
C. H., one sorrel horse ,*ith whiffore (left)
leg, about 6 years old, with a sadl'and bridle
on. Appraised at $40. -
W. H. ATRINSON; s. 3D.
July 21st,1848. irtm ' 27
New Boot and Shoe
WHERE Gentlemen's goots and Shoes
are made in almost superior style of ft
Gentlemen wanting cork'soled;'dunble soled.
water proof, walking. dress, 'patent leather.
and a fine pump soled 'BOOTS. need but
leave their orders with the subscriber.
march I tf 6
IS hereby given,.that application will be made
to the Legislature for an act of Incorpora
tion of Little Stephens' Creek, situated about
10 miles north of Edgefield Court House.
Aug 16 3m 30
. A CARD.
DR. ELBERT BLAND respectfully offers
his Professional Services to the citizens
of Edgefield village and vicinity.
Office next door to the Court House.
Aug16 tf 30
M R. ROFF, who held conditionally an in
terest in the right of Edgefield District,
to Hotchkiss' Reaction Mill Wheels, (Patent)
has never complied with said condition. thero
fore he holds no interest, and has no right te
sell or ma e any contract for said Wheels.
We, the undersigned are the:owners, ofsaid
right, and a tight purchased.from any other,
unless our agent, will not he good.
Mr. J. T. W EBER, weanthorise, with full
power to act as our agent.
COTHRAN & MOORE.
March 1, 1847. . f 6
During my absence, for a short time
from the State, N. L. GRIFFIN, Esq.
will act as my Attorneyt;persouns indebted to
me will please make payment to him.
C. H. GOODMAN.
June 19,1848. tf 2.2
A LL Persons indebted to the Subscriber by
Note or Account, are reqested to make
payment by Return Day in October next, if
they . ish to save cost, and all sums which are
within a Magistrate's jurisdiction, if not paid by
that time must also pay cost.; as I must haye
money to keep tip my business.
. .M W. CLARY.
Coleman's X Roads, Mirch13. tnto 9
For Sale or Rent,
T HE HOUSE and LOT formerly occn.
Tpied by S. S. Tompkins, Esq. Apply
to 3 F. GOODE,
April 4 .ft 11
JAYNE'S AGU -PILLS.
IN recommendineth to tha l public,
Ily folowinog tlie directijns. c!osely wvhiie Ia..
king this preparation, its superiority over the
ordinary Toniic Mixtures, Fills, &c. will be
Being purely vegetah , ee from all foreign
deleterious or mmneral ~j~rations, these pills
toay be taken with the n@t saidety nnder ah'
most any circumstances eThy slrengtheni the
stomach, invigorate thIjt ,m, and etitirely
prevent that hangor an ynstnpjtion of strength
wvhichi always attend 41 isease.
They also possess a decldedi superiority ov
er quinine, puus.iate of Iron, Arsenic, IBoneset,
and the numerous oilier preparations usually
employed in the cure of FEVER & AGUE
in being gently appseriest,aby this nieans car
rying themselves off~ through the medium of
the bowels after they have spenit their mredici..
nlpowers in the stomach, thtus preventing
the accumulation of(those upleasant symptoms
that almost universally follow the application
of the a foresaid medicines, which constring the
bowels, produce cosigestion of the liver, and
remain in the system to brood diseases moore
danigerous than those they are employed to
Hence it is said that those remedies in the
majority of instances. only serve to suppress
the disease for a short period, while the disu
ease still in his system is biooding new evils,
nnd soon developes iself in a more dangerons
form than at first; thus the necessity of a med.
icino possessing the qumalitiek of Dr.'JAYN E'S
AG UE P L LS, thiat can be applied without
fear of experiencing those evil effeicts before
alluded to, and wvith a ftull enfidenice of receiv
ing a speedy and radical cure.
HI. J. flostick Esq. Drayton, Georgin, says.
Nov 18. 18-16-Dr. D. Jayne. Dear Sir; Mly
sales of your p reparation have exceeded my
expectations Your Expedorant, VeCrnmiuge
Carmiaive Balsam, ad Fever Age Pdls, all
sell well, some of which [ am iiow out of. I
want an immediate supply of all the above
nauied Medicines, more particnlarly a large
supply of the Expetorant aiid Ague Pills.
We have yet among us a good many long
standing cases of Chills and Fevers, in which
your Ague pills have never failed to cure.
Your Alterative is just beginuning to be
known here and appreciated. If I had had
enough of your Fever and Agne Pills I could
have sold more thian a ht'ndred dollars worth
of themi. Yonrs &c. H. J. BOSTIGK.
Messrs. J & H. Moore, Lisboni. Ill. says,
Oct 3l, 1846; Your Agite Pills are about gone,
and have give'n universal satisfaction.
Win. Bell Eu.q Waiiuu -Grove, Alabama.
says: Nov. 9th, 1846; I have sold all your A
giie Pills anid Toiiic Vermifuge. They are
doinig wonders hero. I am sorry you did not
send mte more of them
Fot sale by R. S. ROBERTS,
Only Agentitn this plac. 'for the sale of Dr.
Jayne's celebrated Family Medicine.
Aug 16 3m 30
'7o the subscribers -to the
SOUT HERN QUAR.TRLY REVIEW.
MRf. Robert E. Savle is our onlv authoriz
LY.ed Agent for colleeltug money and sub
scriptions in the Southern9thid Western States
-the authority given to Aahm R gsel hay
ing been withdrawn more. il1 hiteen months
ago. Our snbscribers wllh' litige -us by set
tling only with Mr. Sayhse gr remitting directly.
to'us. We will not recognise any other re
ceipt for money exceptfromu hims or the Post,
master whso myrmtb )
U RemtryJ '8 JAME8.
Publishers of the Southern Quart. Rev.
T HE well tried and generally approved
remedy for Dysentery, Diarrha, Griping
and Summer Complaints of Children.
From the late Capt. Holmes, Georgia Reg't
Brazos San Jago. July24, 1846-Dr. Wood
ruff-1 owe an apology for not acknowledging
before t -e receipt of a box of your Dysentery
Cordial, which you had the kindness to send
me while in Coltmbns, for the use olmy corps.
I have found it a most valuable-medicine, and
only regret that I have not a supply of it.
Wherever my men have followed directions,
they have invariably found relief. We have
sutered and are sutTerig much from Dysen
tery, occasioned by the wretched water we have
to drink, but your Cotdial is restoring all to
their wonted health and vigor. With my sin
cere thanks for your kindness. and bast wishes
foryour success, I am your obedient srv't.
Captain Macon Guards
Georgetown. Randolph Co Geo., June 13th,
1846-Dr. Woodrnfi, Sir-The demand for
yorr Dysentery Cordial is co great, that I
want you to send by the stage, on Tesaday
foar doze bottles. General Shorter's overseer
informed me the r.ther day that he had used it
in some fifty cases with entire success. In fact
every person I - ave s-ld it to is very much
pleased. It certificates are of any use to you
Ican tet any number for you
-w-Very Respectfully D. MORRIS.
For sale by R. S ROBE' TS.
Aug 16 6m 30
Crop of 1848.
F RESH Turnip Seed just received from
Philadelphia. 25 pounds Ruta Boga.
120 Papeas Red 'op "
120 Papers large Globe
10 pounds Early Dutch
For sale by R. S. ROBERTS.
Aug 9 if 29
Fancy Stationary, Gold Pens, &c.
y OLD Pens. at $1 75 each-Gold Pencil
cases at $3 50 to 5 00. Blank Ledgers,
Letter Books, and Receipt Books,
Letter P:r,er. superior quality
Freneh Letter Paper
Envelopes at G a dozen
New A'ihesive Envelopes 121 cts a doz
Envelope Wax, Note Envelopes. &
Motto Wafers. Tray &. Pocket Ink Stands
Family Washing Books
Ladies' Cttnco and oilier Breastpins
Setts Chessmen and Dominoes
Notarial Wafers, Ivory Pocket Tablets
Elephant & Mediutm Dran%ing Paper
For sale at ROBERT'S Cheap Cash Store.
Antg9 tf- 29
WM E TCBI.J.)T & CO ,
HAMBURG, S. C.
H AVE remove their stock of Dry Goods
to the Store under the American Hotel,
(late Hnbbard's,) where it is their purpose to
keep a full assortment of
AmrrfrIan. French and English
ford kept. We shall also continue to keep our
usual assortment of Carpeting, Oil Cloth, Floor
Matting, Bonnets, and Ladies and Childrens
N. B.-Just received a fuill assortment of all
numbers of genuine
Dutch Bolling Cloths.
which together with all articles in our line will
be sold as low as they can be procured in 11am
burg or Ahgusta.
WM. KETC HAM & CO.
Hamburg. S. C. Aug. 7-11 tf 29
A TRACTr OF LAND, containing Five
ht:milred and eighty-five acres (585),
twelve miles fromt Edgefield U. H.. lying be
tweetn Beaverdamn atnd Turkey Creeks, 1.3
miles fro,m Carrs.ll's Mill.
Tortms will be made easy.
R. PLATT BRUNSON.
may 31 6m 19
Fresh Figs and Rais'ns.
T URK EY Figs at 25 cents a ponund. Bnnch
Muscatel Rfaisins, 12.j cetnts a pound
For sale by . S ROBE RTS.
Anu 2 tf 28
6,000 lbs. Bacon & Lard.
J UJS'T receive-d a large lot of superior Bu-.
con, which will be sold low for Cash.
J. A. WILLIA MS.
May 17 ' tf 17
T H ESUBSCRIBERR, A GENTFOR TH E
CHARLESTON STEAM COTTON
MILL. offers for sale
4-4 & 7--S heavy Sheetings nndh
Shirtinags fronm that Factory. These goods are
remarkable for weight and fitnish, and will give
good satisfarction to the buyer,
arious styles of Brown & Bleached Goods,
Danahturgs, Prints, &c.
Particuihir at tention will he given to the sale of
othern Mannfatctnred Goods-consignmients
of whtch are respectfully solicited. and upon01
which advances will lhe made if desired.
JAMES H. TAYLOR.
Charleston, Ang 10th. 1848. 6t 30
Family Grocery & Liquor Store.
T H E snbscriber respectfully informs his
friends aind the public tit lie has opened
a Store on the corner recently occupied by
ethert & DufTv. where he will keep otn hand
general titid w'ell assorted stock of FA MILY
GROCERIES. LIQUORS &c., which will
be sold on accomnmodating terms.
M. D. ROCHE.
Hamburg, Aug1 6 3t 30
Sugar and Coffee, &c.
UG AR, mngniificent quality, 12 pounds fur
$h-Crushed Loaf Sugar 84 pounds for
$1-Best Rio Coff'ee, 104 ponnids for $1
Best Bar Soap. 10 cents a bar
Just received by Rt. S. ROBERTS.
A ugO 9 if 29
All persons indebted to thle Estates of Eliza.
bth Clark, Mary Clark, and Henry Clatrk,
eceased, late of this District, are requested
o make imnmed'ate payment. and all those hay.
ng any demands.will present them duly attested,
acording to law.
JA MES BLACK WELL, Ad'min'r.
Aug '? 1348. 3m '29
WORMS! WORMS! WORMS!
Dr. Jayne's Tonic V'mi
T HE most pleasant as well as the most
certain reuietly for Worms ; which is
perfectly safe, and so pleasant that children
will not refuse to take it.- It efTectually de
stroys Worms, tentializes acidity or sourness
of the stomach. increases appetite, and actQ as
a goneral and permanent tonic,- and is there
fore exceedingly beneficial in intermittent and
remittent fevers, indigestion. &c., and is a cer
tain and permanen. cure for FEvER and AocE.
It not only destroys WVor ns and invigorates
the whole system, but it dissolves the supera.
bundant slime or mucous so prevaletnt in the
stomach and bowels of children. more espe,
cially of those in bad health. This mucous
forms the bed, or nest, in which worms oro.
duce their young; and by removing it, it is
impossible for them to remain in the body.
It is harmless in its effects on the sys.
tem. and the health of the patient is nlways
improved by its use, even when no worms
are discovered Numerous certificates of its
usefulness have been teceivt.d. which the pro
prietor does not consider necessary to publish.
In fact lie is in daily receipt of letters ofcom,
mendation from various parts of the'country ;
not only in regard to its superiority in the ex"
ptlsion of worttm, but alsu on account of its
valuabli. as a properties as a pleasant tonic and
Josiah Thoipsot, tear Salem, N. J. ad.
ministered this Vermnifuge to a child between
two and three years old, and says that in a few
days she discharged one hundred and twenty.
seven large worms!!
Mr. J. A Lentz, of Penn Township Savings
Institution, in this city, gave it to one of his
cltildren; and says that after the sixth dose it
brought away about fifty worms at once, fiye
and six inches long.
AIr. Ferdinand Woodruff need two bottles
of this Vernifuge for Dyspepsia, and in the
course of two weels discharged upwards of
thirty pieces of Tape worm, and was thereby
Another gentleman of this city had it ad
ministered to his little daughter, about three
years old, when she had a number of dischar
ges from her bowels composed entirely of lit.
tle white thread worms. He said they came
away from her, not only by hundreds, but I may
truly say, by.thousands, separately and in solid
balls as large as hiekory rints, composed en
tirely of dead worms."
For sale by R. S. Roberts, only Agent in
this pl ce for the sale of Dr. Jayne's celebra
ted Family Aledicine.
July 26 27
Jayne's Carminative Bal
IS a pleasant. certain. safe and ef'ertual re
tmedy for Dysentary, Diarrhea. or Loose
nes.,. Cholera Morbus. Summer Complaint..
Colic, Griping Pains, Sour Stomach, Sick and
Nervous Headache. Heartburn, Waterbiash,
Pain or Sickness of the Stomach, Vommiting.
Spitting tip of Food after eating, and also
where it passes through the body 'unchined,
Wati of Appetite, Restlessness and inability
to Sleep, Wind in the Stomach and Bowels.
Hysterics, Cramp, Nervous Tremonrs and
Twitchings; Sea Sickness, Faintings, Melai
choly and Lowness of Spirits, Fretting of it
fants, and for all Bowel Affections and Ner
This article,is really invaluable in a family,
and may be depended upon, and if generally
used by physicians, Sumner Complaint would
he deprived of ill its horrors. as they would
not lose one patient in~ five handled cases, but
i effectual cures tn'one'fonrth'of
ired by the nstial methods of treat.
as efectual foFadults-as it is fur
iinative_has also a veryhapy ef
nany Dysjielptic 'disorders of'the
:h as seurstomach, heavt.urn, a
:k head ache, wearkness of the
. ,diflcenlty of breathing, tremors,
wcholy. siking atnd famitness, vo
>ittitng up the food afle* eating,
trerteria. r.r ..here the food passes through the
body unchanged, want ofarpetite and inability
t-- sleep. It will be very tuseftal to pregnant
womien. overcoming irrhtabilityufie stomiach
and thereby preventing nausea, vomitingnd
heartburn. Mothers will find this much supe
rior, as wvell as safer and cheaper togive their
children for fretting and crying &c. than the
ustial drops and cordials to which they have
The Rev. Enoch Barker, now ofSamptown,
N. J..says: "Having heen afflicted with a se
vere Bowel Comnplaint, attended with distress
ing pamt anid discharge of blood, atd every ap.
penrance of approaching Dysentary, Iobt:nn
ed one bottle ol Dr. Jaynie'si Carminative Bal
sam, a few doses of whtch (taken according to
directions) effected a perfect cure."
From the Rev. Jonathran Going, late of N. Y.
Dr. D. Jayne--Dear Sir-Haymng made use
of ynr Carinttitive Bailsam in my family, and
finding it to be admniraibly adapted to the com
platinrs ft)r wvhich it is intended. I take plea,
tire itn recomending it to the use of my frients
arnd the' p,nblic generally. believing those who
are atfilicted with atny of these complainits will
find relief in the use of this valuable medicine,
JONATilAN GOING. D. D.
Pres. Granville College, Ohio.
For sale by R. S Rohets. only Agent in
this place for the sale of Dr. Jaytne's celebia
ted Fatmily .dnedicinue.
JOIUV O. OHASE, M. D,,
Phystetan and Aurgeon,
B EGS leave to offer his professional saryi,
ces to the citizens of t-dgefield and vicini
ty atnd respectfully to solicit a share of their
Dtoctor C.'. past success in the treatment of
diseases ofimen, women and children, encotir
ages him thus to ask the support of an enlight
V. Mott, M. D., New York City,
A. Clark, M. D., " " "
R. G. Frary, Ml. D). Hudson, N, Y,
G. Kimtball, M. D., Ltowell, Malss.
H. H. Child, M. D.. Pitt.sfehl. Mass,
N. B.-Prompt attention given to calls left
my residence, the house formerly ocen. ied biy
5. 8. Tompkmns, Esq., by night or dlay, or at
thte Post Office by day. 1. 1). C.
May 17 tf 17
EWy Patterns arid tIre cheapest in the mar
ket, just received from Philadelphia.
Price 124 cents a yard. R. S ROBE RTS.
Ang2 tf 28
IS heeby gven,that application will he
mdtohe Legislature for an Act of'
Incorporation of Mount Tabor-Church,
situated 6 miles N. E~. of Edgefield Court
SJuly 19 1848 3m 26
A PPLICA TION will be made at tIhe next
session of the Legislature to discontinue
thne old Chtarlesrton Road between the Bridge
on Ninety-Six Creek arrd the Creek next a
hove tIre Gin House of N. L. Griffin, on the
July ., n 84a .., 26
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
W ti ER EAS, the last Will and Testaitient
of Edward Collier, deceased, was ad
itted to Probate, in common form, in Ordina"
ry, on 25th May last, and there being no proper
or legal Executors to the said Will, and a Pea
tition and Sungestion being presented and fled
by Wi. E. Oollier and others, legatees nett
oi kin, reqesting the Ordinary to carry ont the
provisior a of the said Will, as required by she'
Act ofAssembly, passed'1846, in such case
tlherefore,an order was'passed on said pietition'
granting the prayer thereof, and the estate is
now in the custody of David Lesly, Ordinary
of Abbeville District. for administration.
All$ietsnns,therefote.having demands against
the said estate, will ptesent their notes or other
writter, evidences of indebtedness,, together .
with a true copy thereof; and those who:have.
accounts against the estate will have theni pro
ven, as the law repdres merchant.. and u -opkeep.
crs to prove'their accounts on suits instituted in
the Court of Common Pleas, viz. that no part
thereof was paid in the lifetime of the testator
by settlement, discount or otherwise, nor since
his death, and that all discounts'have been al
lnwed. - .
All demand* whatever must-be presented
without failure on or before the first day.of.
December next; and all- those indebted to the
estate (except those who have ronring aceouts
at the Blacksmith shops, mills, &c: for the pre.
sent year, who will he required to settle by the
25th of December) must make immediate pay.. -
ment, as no indulgence can be given; for as all.
the residte and remainder of the estate will be
sold this ensuing fall, it becomes necessary to
know by that. time the full extent pfthejdebt-,.
in order that the Execntor tnay tnrn over the,
specifi legacies withont'futbre'liabilitidS"
DAVID LESLEY, o. A. b,&Et'ore
jntie 14 12W*+ 21"
DR. JOEL BRANHAM'S
LIPER a' D FSP.CIC
IN offering this valuableMedicirietothe pe..
pIe of S. Carolina foui the reliefand daire .f
many diseases incideit.oa 'Southdrn iate
I do not claim for it infallibility; peiter'do'
say it will cuie all diseases. 'But ii'
CHRONIC LIVER AFFECT1ONs --
AND DYSPEPSIA. - --
I can confidently advise and recoainiend ith
use, from icy personatobservation' tse4
the article in my own. practice. This article is
favorably received wheiever t.has oett used.
Ia allwed"turefer toi Mr!Georgei'febl/of
Troup. Mr. John Warren of Columbus, Mr.
McAftlee of Cobb, Mr. Asbury Hull. Atbs.
Mr. William D. Tetrell of Putatn; ,Beb'd.
John E...Dawsop of Lagrange;'to which a -
great number of names mighLt.be added, who
bear their testimony to its.value. '"'
Habitual costiveness is fotid'veryfregiieetfy
c,nnected with feeble constitutio i, d per
sons of sedentary.habits'.blet ef eiert.a
very .unfavorable in$heitce upon the goneiral
haelkh of the suhjec: aid1is paiculiiyeiani.
fested by a restless and desponding state oftie
mind, irregular if not a loss of appetites For
this condition of,the-system..thisearticle isconf
dently.recomtnmended.with. the -
ance tiatif the dose is prope ls
notto. move the bowels too actineyy,r -irt
be rlied on, without any, even, te leasi oi'Te
unpleasant. consequences, resutir om.,the
use.of,the common purging,medicthet nsnally,
resorted to., This article will g,,resq *at
as .a pleasant cordi4f ado ' rs~ tje
apye.tite, and at the same time fulflling every
indication that the,commgu
are.designed to ffect_ -,
to.nch,I OaiSOdiheEiii olin *
beginning byteind fit
-fany persons whoseDigestive orgs ~ro
feeble, often experience a Te,o ess,
weight., aned oppressionr, about te onacl f
ter atig-in stuch cases a dose,o siedi
cine will often afford immediateArlief.'
Pregnant women often~ sifei' 'frein hear
burn and costiveness, they sag..asetlie article
without the least danger anid with great bep.eit,
Insick or nervots head-ache, .i msvp.
I could append a long list of ceriicates,.but
forbear, preferin to rely on the virtues of the
medicine to sustaan itself. The medicine is a
gentle and certain cathartic. tonic a nd sudorifie.
For sale by. Robert Anderson. Libe'rty Hill
Cheatem & Settle, Dunitonsville, Charles Free,
tan, Cairo P. 0., and
J. D. TIBBETTS,
sept.8Edgefield C. H.
ST ATE OF SOUT H CA ROLINA
lN THlE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Williami Little, Applicant, yPartition of land
es. t . deeised b Ivil.
Jesse Little. James Little,' liam L' ,&S.
I T appearing to my satisfaction, thatt John
Little and David Little, two of the defeit.
jants, reside withont this State, it .is therelfire
>rdered, that they do appear and-ob'ect to the
livision or sale of the real estate ot William
Little, Senr., devissed, to' th& 'pallies to this
~ruceedinig, on or before dlie fourith4day o[Sep
ember next. e 'their cotisent'to the sa'me will
eentered of recoi d.
JOH N HILL, -O. E. D:
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
- IN ORDiNA RY. .
Philip lak and Summonsin Parlios.
UT appearing to my satisfaction that Phil
lip Clark, Jesse Clark. Jesse Wallace.
md wife Francis. Wesley Runels,-and
vife Elizabeth, defendants in this ease, reside
vithotit the limits of this State, it is there
'ore ordercd, that they do appear and object to
he division or sale of.the Real Estate of Eliz
eth Clark deceased. on or before the first
Mlonday irn October next, or their consent to
he same will be entered of record.
JOHN HILL,. 0..D
July 1'2 12t 25 .
5TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Jacob Pow )Bill for. Partition of
vs. )'the Estate of John,
Philip Pow and others.) Pote, deceased.
I T appearing to my satisfaction, that John
tito,-kmnan and Rebecca his wife John
leynolds and Ann'his wife, Wilham aaun,
Philip Spann, William Edwards, bhep
ier d and Sally his wife, late Sally Edwards,
mnd Lewis Edwards, some of the'Detendants
a this cattse. are without the imita of ihis
State; Ordered, that the Defendahts'above.
mmed, do appear in this Honorable' Court,
md plead, answer os demnr:to the said 'Bill,
vithin three months from the puhlication of
his order, or the said Bill, will be'taken .pr
onfesso against the m.
8. S. TOMPKINS. C. a. a. vi,
Commissionem's Office, July 1ii;, 848.
.t.,y 12 ' .. 2