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state of South Carolina.
Y PIERCE M. BUTLER, Governor
- al Conmmaudcr in chief in and over
the S:ne aforesaid.
Whereas information has been received
by this department that an atrocious maur
der was coiitited in' the District of York,
(in the 14th inst. on the body 6f Win. Nance
by a negro man slave, named Jack, the
property of Ceorge Mc'Alliely, and that the
sai.I negro Jackc has fled from justiec,
Now Know Ye, to the intent that the said
Jack may be brought to trial for the said
crine; I do hereby oler a reward of two
thundred dolinrs fur the apprehension of
maidi Jack and lodging him in any jail of this
mrne. Jack is about 45 years old, 5., feet
t or 10 inches high, weighs about one hun
dred and tifly or sixty pounds, complexion
yelliw black, loves a dram, talks much,
and brags greatly of his knowledge of'Far.
riery and Vagoning, of which it is said that
lie fhas ire driver in alnost every State
south ind west of New York. lie was
somnteime ago purchased by his present ow
ner from a Mr. W angh of North Carolina.
( s ~Given under my hand and seal
L.S. of the State at Columbia, this
24th day of* October 1837.
P1. M. BUTLER.
By the Governor.
H. II. Saxoa, Secretary of State.
T lr House and Lot in the Village of
Edgefteld, at present occupied by C.
(omilp]ty. The llouse is large and coin
m.1odiilns, with eight rooms four above and
i*oir below, and is well suited for a Hotel
'.r private titmily, Thie lot has about teni
..'res, and there is upon it every necessary
'ni bu;iding. The situation, is well known
Mid comands as many advantages as any
in this Village. Persons wishing to rent
% id nake application ro the Subscriber im
mediatelv. WM. J. SIMKINS.
'sOv. 9 18136. tt' 40.
NEW DRY1 GOODS AND
---~j 4 ,p.rsignxedl having removed to the
-in-xt. blAow the Ware &Cd"r -inrge,
mons & Co., ate now receiviiga fresh and gen.
eral assortnent of
.DRY GOODS, SHOES. 8t GROCERIES,
recently purchansed at the North, chiefly for Cash,
at1 reduiced pieall of which they oi'er low;
anud respec I invite a call fron those who may
hei in mairket, beleving that such inducenments
will be ol'ered, as to secure a liberal share of the
pa:troniage of thme buiblic.
STOVALL & IIAMLEN,
A ugusta, Ga. Sept. 9, im"It bmu :t2
Mfiwal1, Simmnfs & Co.
WIOULD) iinform the 1public thmat in ad
SVdition to the FiRE PROOF WARE
1I10U8E, which they have for years oc
* ctenpied, they have takein the FiRa PRooF
WVAI a HoUsE, recontly in the oCCupanCy of
Messrs. J. W. & Ju. T. Hleard, but a short
dlistaeDc above, on Broad street, and respect
filly invite an increase of partonage, us
they are now prepared to store with safety
aind convenience a large amount of cotton.
They pledge their aecusfoimed devotion to
the interest of their friends in all business
confided to them.
Augutsa Oct. 0th 1837. . c 30
OF W hite Lead No. 1 andI 2 in oil, do
do dry, Paint Brushes, Sash Tools.
Srainiers, Bilenders. WVhite Wash Brushes,
Putty, S4and Paper; also Coach Varnish,
C~opal Vamrnishm No.onie and two, Japan Var
nish, Black Varnish, Lint-seed Oil, toget
er withI ot her Paints, and dye-stuffs &c. &c
Ju'a received at the Edgefield Medicine
Storo For sale by
Edgefield. Oct. 5, ti 35
JUS1T lteceived a fresh supply of INDIAN
P'ANA CEA at the Edgofleld Medicine Store
Eda~fiild C. 14 April 3, 1837 ~ - f)
*.~ 1&LL peir-4mns inidebted to the late Jeffer
son Richardson, deceased, are requese
ed to make immediate paytment, and all
p~ersonsi having deimandsa against the estate
of said deceased are requested to preseint
them dtuhy attested.
HIENJ. R ICIIAR11SON, .-idmfn
TIIIEOiILUS IIILL, ist rators.
* . 1Notice.
ALT. ,ersons iindebmied to the Estate of Johm
* J~ llackwell. deceased, nre requested to miaki,
linunmediate. payment, amid Lthose haviing der-nids
to preent themu proiperly attesited.
Gz TENNANT, Adnmtnitrator,.
. iiiThom, deceased, nre regnuemeed to mnake
uee ttef maid deconsedec are regnested to pre.
... 7, 1 .9: . t f _ Adeninistatj.
'11.T'irm herto'fre~ exisztinug tunder the namte
or ucs & Tino)mIS hams this day beeni dim
usa~,el b~y mautmdmi conusenut. AlIl those indebmted to
th- mid l'inn nmre r--spectfinlly regneimstedt to call
.mi. niake. settlemuent n igh thae Snbaier..
(aEO. W. Th'IIOM AS.
Ne .:umber I1'. 193t7 f 44
V ''. (oarterikp heretofore existinghe
t- a . &. L. (!uenun.t. was dissolved on
helhNoveumber, by them death of C. Chuirchill.
TXhet bisinesds will lie contimted by
Steel Ribs for Cotton Gins.
T I HP Subscriber has just receive. asup
ply of the PATENT RIBS for Cot
Ion Gins. which have been spoken so high
ly of wherever they have been tried through
out the Cotton Growing States. These
Ribs are so constructed that one set will last
20 years or more, and be constantly in use,
by y havig an extro set of Cast Steel faces.
I heso races are made to fit'on the front of
the Ribs, where the Saws pass through,
and in so simple a manner that an_ person
can put them on. The Subscriber will al
ways keep a supply of Gins on iend, orthe
above description, and will furnish them
with an extra set of the facings, at the same
price that he lies heretofore sold Gins with
the common Ribs:
A few doors above the Upper Market.
Augusta, Oct. 17 d 39
South side Broad Strect, Augusta, Ga.
T H E Subscribers have just received and offier
for sale, a splendid assortmentof MARBLE,
of every description, such as Italian, Egyptian,
Irish and Northern Marble.
A L SO,
Tombs, Monuments, anitle Pieces, &c.
All orderst from the country executed with
nettness and despatch.
LAWRENCE, GLENDENNING &Co.
Augusta, Ga. Nov 25, 1837 h 43
The Milledgeville Standard of Union, Macon
Telegraph, Athns Banner, Columbus Enquirer,
Wasington (Wilkes,) Spy, Columbia (S. C.)
Telescope, and Edgefield Advertiser will publish
the above once a week, for two months, and for
ward their accoints to L. G. & Co.
A C A R D.
HE Subscribers beg leave to return
their thanks to their friends and the
public generally, for the very extensive pa
tronage heretofore extended to them, and
from their close attention to business, hope
to merit a coutinuance of the same. They
have now on hand and will continue to keep)
a large and well assorted Stock of
Selected by themselves cxpressly for family
use, among which are the following articles
Bagging, best Hemp and Tow,
Bale Rope, and Twine,
Sugars, fine S?. Croix, Portorico, and
Coflee, prime Green, Rio, old Java,
Moltsses, .N. Orleans, and Cuba,
Silt, Iron, and Steel,
Flour, Rice and Bacon,
Spirits, Wines, and Cordials,
Windsor Chairs, and Wood Ware,
Smith Tools, &c. &c. &c.
The quality of all will be warrnnted good,
and are olTered fhr sale at low prices, such
us they hope will correspond with the pre
sent low price of produce. Orders for any
of the above articles shall be promptly at
tended to by
( ..L. JEFFERS, & Co.
mianl.urg, June 14, 1837- .,tf 20
R ANA WAY or stolen, from the Subcrber
on the 16th instant, a negro nian n, med
BIEN. Said negro is of dark compjlexioi, ratier
low statue, heavily built, qtick spokent. scar oit
his breast, 25 to 30 years of age. A leral re
wardl will be given ont delivery to ume, or securinig
himt ini Jail so that I can get him.
ANer the Vauduse Factory.
Oct 21, 183'7 d :t
Theia Cha~rleston Mercury, and Augutsta Chiorni
ele &- Sentinel will give the above tirree weekly
iisettions and forward thmeir accounats to the sub
7UNAKEN Up en Thursday morning,on Horse
I Creek, aboamut 9) miles fromt Auguseta, Gia., a
very large dark bay Horse, his right eye out. has
a white spot on his forehead, a small white spot
on his back, swvitch tail and black legs. The
owner is requested to comae forward, prove prop.
erty, pay expenises and take hinm away.
Sept 23, 1837 tf 34
LL persons havinag demands againtst the E~s.
A tate of Walliam T. Abney, deceased, are re
questedo'tmder themi to the Subscriber propter
Iy attested, by thme first of Februmary next. Atid
thtose w ho ae ittdebtod to amid Esate are re
quested to tmke patyitent in bills of the Banik of
thto State of South Carolina.
Dec 12, 1837 g 45 A dmiurisatrat'or.
A LL Persons indebted to the Sutbscri
Iber either by nole or account, are re
quested to. miake immediate payment, as
longer indulgetnce canmnot be given.
IH. A. GRAY,
Edgoeleld C. HI. Nov. 8 b 40
ALL persons indiebted to the Sutbscriber on
AMte ordeemtttare requested to make
ary next, as logridlec antbe given.
Oct 24, 1837 ' dAO P38 '
A ersons are hereby forewvarnedl
frm trading for a certain Note of
H and, given 'to me bmy William Dobiy, for
Severity llollars, payable to me or bearer,
ont the first of Janttary, 1839- Said Note
has been taken from my possessiotn without
my consenit, I therefore eaution said WV.
Dolby (rein paying said -note without'my
ZELPIHA M NOBLE.
Jan 1, 1838 e 48 mark.
Tj HIE Partnership heretofore existing
betwveen thrStibscribers wvas dissolved
ont the 4th inst. hymutual consent.
A. 'V. BURTON.
September 22, 1837 d 29
A iLprsons are hereby forewarned from
trdgfor a certain Note of mid, given
o Rt'etm Jraker ont the 8th-af Angust, for the
tmounit of seventy-five dollars. as I do nt intend
pay it, ais I htae not got Value Received; pay.
ble twelve mionths Qfler date.
SON) fRf CAROLINA.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
E. & C. Yarnall, vs.
Barthel Wiuding,-Shober A-rrcutsT.
& Bunting, vs. the Same.I
W HIIEEAS the 'laitdls did this day file
their declaration in the Office of this
Court, against the Defendant, who is absent from
and without the limits of the State, (as it is said,)
and having neither wire or attorney known with
in the same, on whom a copy of the declarations
with a rule to plead thereto, ought to be served:
It il therefore of&ered, that the defendant appear
and plead to the said declarations within a year
and a day, othei wise final judgment will be given
and atarded against him.
GEORGE-POPE, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office..Dec. 1, 1837 daq 44
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
John Logan, vs. ATTACHMENT.
James M. Landrum, A
W HEREAS the Plaintiffhath this day filed
his declaration against the Defendant
who resides beyond the limits of this State, and
having neither wife or attorney within the sane
upon whom a copy or said declaration, with a
rule to plead thereto, may be served, It is Or
tiered, that the said Defendant do plead to the
said declaration within a year and a day, fromi
this date, otherwise final and absolute judgment
will be awarded against him.
GEOIE POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, Oct 20, 1837 dq 40
. EDGEFIELD DISTRICTr.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Arthur West, vs. A
A. H1. Patrick.
l H E PlaintitT having this day filed his decla
ration in my Odfico, and the Defeimhmat
having no Wife or Attormey known to be in tie
State, upon whom a copy of the declaration miay
be served, Ordered, that the said defendant do
appear and nake his defence within a year and a
daly f'rot this date, or final and absolute judg
mnent will be awarded against him.
G4) IRG E POPE, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, Edgelield, A1pril 2l, 1837 el 12
IN TIIE COMMOX PL LAS.
W:n. 13, lraunon, vs. ATTAcIt3EN-r.
John M.. Fraz.ier-.
II E P'laintillamving this day filed histleclarn
TLtion in the above case, and the Defimdant
neing without vife or attorney, known to he within
the State, tupon whoim a copy of said declaration.
with a rule to plead. could he served: It is Or
lered, that the s:id Deflendant do plead to the
said declaratioa within a year antd a day, from
this late, or judgment final and Lh)solute will be
given against himt.
GEO. POP, c. c. r.
November '21, 1837 qd 12
SOUTH CAROLIN .
EDGEFJELD DISTR ICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Wil. M. Butler, vs ATTACn1s-T,
William Cook. AssusirT.
T lI E Plaintit in this case having on the 7th
day of April. 1837, tiled his declaration in
the Clerli's Office, and the Defendant having no
Wife or Attorney, known to he in this State, ipon
whom a copy of the said declaration may lie serv
ed: Thereitre ordered, that the said defendant do
appear and make his defence within a yeati and a
and abouejsgmIiiifef'li~h ni
to the said 'laintiif.
GEORGE POPE, c. c. v.
Clerk's Office, April 18, 1837 11 tf
IN TIIE COMMON PLEAS.
WValker Covington & Foreign A ttachment,
Park & Fowler. Assumnpsit.
W l. I A S the PlaintiTh did this day file
ther declaration in. the Office of this
Court, againast the Defendants, who are absent
from and withiout the limiits of this State, (as iiis
said) and having neither of them a wife or attor
ney, known wvithin the same, on wheam a copy of
the declaration wvith a rule to plead thereto, ought
to be served: It is therefore ordered, that the Do
fendants tdo appear andt plead to the said declara;.
tion, within a year and a diiy, otherwise final and
judgment will he given andf awarded against them.
JA4MIS WA RILAW, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, Nov 17, 1837 daqi 413
IN T HE COMMON P LE.. S.
Adanms Pairmelee &. Co. vs. Johnu A. Young,
S. Kneeland & Co. vs the amne,
Stoddard Birch & Co. vs the Sanme.(
.James (4. Btozeman, vs the Satte.
T H TE lalintifl' in the above stated emecs
h~ aving this day filed their dleclaratftim
in my office, at Abubeville Court Iloese:
Ordered ihat the defendant di pile'ad theretoi
.within a year~ and a day, front this dlate, or
.iudgmnents by default will be renderudl a
JAS. WARDL.AW. c. cy
Clerks OfR ce, May 9, 1837. 1:,n
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
N. K. Butler & Co. vs. A teach.ment.
Jolun B. Mturrahi. Assumps it.'
H lE Plaintlf's having this day tiled their
declaration, and the Defenanat irnie
necither wife nor attorney, knotwni to beth de
State, ordered, that if thme said Def*md~zu do
not appear and imake his defence, within dyeai
anid a dlay from this date, finial andl ab~ ibite
judgmient shall he forthwith given and an Irded
for the said Plaintiti. in attachient.
JAMES WARDLAW, c.t. e.
Clerk'. Office, Dec. 4, 1837 dffti 5
ABBlE VILLE DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEA ',~
J. R. Wilon,& Co.vs."1
TH E I'lintilTs in this case havi - ed'
.1their declaration in my offiee, a he
vile Court Ilouse, on thec24th day o arch'
1837: Ordered, that the defendant d plead
thereto wtithin a year and a day, fr d that
dlate, or judgment by default will be r ered
JAS.WARDLJAW, c. . F.
Clerks Oicee, May 9, 1837
Edgefield Medicinue Ste
A fSuplply of various fresh artic iff the
Matora Medicam: PainDy-t, Win.
dow (flass, &c.; P'atent Meicn1 f kinds,
Peter's and Ileckwith, s Pill, Gre's p' Miu
turn for Fever and .Ague. AlogmnCom-a
pound Chlorinie Tooth-wash Krs nine
1 .emon Sy rnip, Isiniglass, BlcSI d, ney
together with Familhy Medicine Cheats, urgical
luistnrments, and oilier Drugs and C tbients
to" tediotus to miention.
Also, Galligan's Pille for Fe e iud e.
T HEL Subscriber having associated Mr.
Wilhum Crapon with lim i business
lie informs his. customers that the. business
will hereafter be carried on under the firmk
of SIBLEY & CRAPON, at his old
sttnd in lamburg.
Now on hand and daily receiving an exten
sVe assoriment of Goods from the North,
consisting in part of the following articles,
selected by one of the concern viz:
6000 Bushels Salt,
30000 lbs. Swedes Iron,
40000 " Bacon Middlings,
5000 " Ha nd Shoulders,
1000 " Cast and blistered Steel,
5000 " Castings, consisting of Pots,
Ovens, Skillets, &c.
100 Kegs Cut Nails & Brads.
100 Setts WeLggon & Cart Boxes,
400 Pieces Hemnp & Tow Bagging,
100 Coils Bale Rope.
20 Pieces Sacking,
10 do Osnaburgs,
500 flagging Twine
10 Chests old Ilyson, Imperial, and
Gun Powler Ten,
40 Canisters, do do
4010 Spanish Cigars,
25 Kegs F F F Gun Powder.
10 llhd choice Si.Uroix Suigr (far
40 Do Portorico, do
1000 lbs Double refined Loaf*& Lump
100 Bnags prime Green Coiree,
25 do While Jv:,
3 PipCS holland in,
10 lhis Acmerican do
2 Pipes Cognae llrailv,
I 1lIhd Jamaica Ruml.
I Wl St Croix (to
30 Bills N. E. Rum,
25 do. do % hiskev,
10 do Monongaibela. do
10 Casks sweet Malaga Wine.
2 do Musent do
2 dIo old Maadeira,
10 do Sherry do
5 do Peppermint Cordia!,
25 1bis. N, % No. 3 Mackerel,
10 hair uio No.2
25 Bioxes Window Glass.
50 Kegs White Lend (Unioi brand)
20 B1xes Manituc o red Tobacco,.
10 do Yellow Soap,
20 do Sperm Candle.,
10 do Tallow do
1 11h1d Copperas.
5 Tierce Rice
BOOTS & ShIOES
1000 prs. Thick Negro Shoes,
200 do do Bound do Brogans,
400 po do Men's bound Kips do -
100 do do do (1O Calf do
100 do (10 Boy's ( Kip
100 to (t Womaen's shoe Ties
200 do do Boots
200 do do Misses (10
5 Cases Men's thick Boots,
5 do do Calf
1000 lbs Sole Leather,
pgle",'s& Boy, Snddles, Briles
HARDWARE CUTLERY &c
Blacksmith's Bellows, Anvils, Vices.
Iland and Sledge lamners, Screw Paite.
Files. &c. Knives & Forks, Pocket Knives,
Guns anud Pistols, Trace and Hlalter Chains
And-Ironns, S moot hing Irons, Wanllhc I rous
Wafer I rons, Pail, Stock and Knob Locks,
llaind, Mill and Cross Cut Saws.
WOODEN WAR E.
A good assortment such ais Biuckets,
Churns, Tubs, Pails, Boxes and Meanres
Fancy Cinc Seat & Rush B.ottom Chairs
Large do do Rocking id)
Chtildlren's high Chaitrs, il -teades, See ces
WVillow Cradles (Carriaes, &c.
SIflLEY & CRAPuN.
1lamiburg Sept. 19th 1837 31
T11 E editor cif the BiibbzcenB le'coide~r pro
po~5(ss to pubilish~l a miouti p~5eriodicalI
of 2-1 pe~ges octtavn, neacth -titched anid cov
eredl, donitaig 8,-a:n'ns I.' h ving authors,
hind uca pied to the~ si .1 e of 'nuc i. i Ie's jcc
thae Seuth. lIiecite'. e. Ii m -hemuth
irci Saties ofcc pr,-;n-inge :. .. ,;nIhers
it hia--ti'i ibee iough clhat a j. a :, .n ,,
(is p~roejbeidc. (oniallt!!!g ii ;* 0-c. e e .ch e- .
ses oin docitrinit ;m pra, tie. -.iitjeet,.i ,, ecci
be foiundi boeth accta le mc id i..t n! to : h,.
reli;ieus pubic. . Antd ;e. th lti ii n .. e i
repeittedly uiggcestedc by juic nsci frcingi
nec. hc;,a conccIled to :adiopt this n~cehod ,,t'
scerct a incin g te n~ ishe's cfobet hr cien gen
t'rally con the sineet Shldc the prcilosed
work go into eff'ct as it c ainterfere in cno
way with aniy of our religicots nonspapers,
we shall expect to see it ciaculate freely thiro'
the Sothern States. It will lhe comn
mnencedl as soon as a snfilcietnt nmber of
whilcrac~heers shall lie cobta-incel, and cintici
uted as long as cirenmifstan(es shall regnuitire.
12 cnmbers will make a voltume which nity
Lie conviecmently bccund andc pireservedI.
TERSns-for a single cop jy S1 per tinnnmi;
ror u copjins seat to cine uddress $5; for 13
Topies to one addcress $i10; and for 26 cipies
to one 'iddrescs S20-pymient to lie miade
evitiin 3 mconths from the timec of receiving
he first nio. otherwise 2~5 per et. will lie ad
Ipd to the advaco-price.
Baptist mninlicters, p)ostmaisters, and re
ponsible persons generally, who may feel
Jhsposedl, arc requested to act aslcical agents,
tmd to cmake their returns as soon as practi
rablle. E ditors with whom we exchange in
lie SothI. will confer a favor by giving the
aliove a few insertions.
O',Letters to lie addressed post-paid to
I?. Meredith, Newhern, N. C.
May, 1836 h 15.
Tw H E Siibiscribere havinig commenced the
AMerranftile Iiusins, in this new Brick
store, (iienr Mr. Glover's Hotel,) beg leave to
cnforim their friends and the public generall,
lint they hiavce jnat received from New York,
I good assortiment of
)RY GiO( 1), CRlOCKERtY. HlA R DWAR r
HIA's, 8i14)s, Ae.
vhichi they will ecell on reasonable terms.' They
ope liv claso attentioni to buasiiness to merit a
har o hutl J. Orna. NICHJOLSON,
E. B. PRESLEY.
1%refield C. traonOt,.a 1ln3 ....
Georgia & Carolina Almanac,
- HIS ALMANAC is now ready for delivery
1Dealers and others wishing to Ie supplied
will please send in their orders early. 'o ou
country Ia ieuds, in Georgia and time upper part o
Curulina, all we say is, that this Alzauc is tiaul
what it purports to be, a Georgia and Carolit
Almanac. The calculations are by a nativ
Georgian-its contents embrace every thin rf u
their infourrmation., that its space would on
and it is printed at home.
Solar and Lunar Elipses for 1838.
Phenomena of the Planets for 1838
Chrouological Cycles for 1838.
The Anatomy of Man's Blody, as governe
by the twelve constellations, with characters, ex
Moveable Feastsfor 1838.
Table of the Solar System.
A table exhibiting lhe Seats of Governmenr
of the differenat States, tihe tines of noldinig tih
Election of different State Officers, & the tinac
of*thie aectinag of the Legislatures of tie severt
T; CalIdilar of tie twelve mironaths of tI
year, givaig file iiseg ,id setting of tie milu
tnmd anoi, thtie d-cl sion of the Iuil, the manoonm
place, limte of high water at Saviimmhi, m1oon
phases'eeiuation of time, nejgl the gurdenr -s ca
idir for each motah in tit vear.
An Astronaioiani Epiaemireris of tihe Planet,
rces. mfi-r tle 1st. 7th, 13th, 19t and 28th day
ad'a.1ch 1iaoith, for tie y ear 1838.
Li-st of Memeirs to ('ongres from Georgi:
J irm.s of holding utipecrior Courts inl the dii
fermi Conatics of ;r*eorgia.
Times of holding Igaferior Courts tor tie di
forearm Cotimi of iecorg in.
tianks amnd Braniches in Georgiai.
Police of the Crty of Anar-mrnsa.
Post Odice Departmenilt.'Agusta-.-al A
ran;eemnts. Itrates oaf Po'tage, & c.
Principal Oflicers of the Federal Goverr
Ua:-- of Forrigna Coinls n al] Cuirrenries. a
ixd ly L.av, nndril as.' elimrated in tihe Vustoi
IIaIn-es ii i t r.ited States.
A Tible (Of tlh Weathter. hy tin aobsurver
cxtr:r:led 1i-o:n :h! (r-rgia ('lst ra1 iWan1 list.
CustoaAs iirtat.t of 'reigits, ietweven 3
vaina an d Agusta. reavised mand crrectel.
tiates il'lternee n an! ('ulani-sion in Aminrnt
.'t:rtes of* I hckage, WV aal'ge aurd Srurr-'ge.
S'urst'naa~ry Itaa of Fr4 h;a baa t weea. il
( 'iios of N. Vork .ard :avainl
Tines ofi ho'lin I'. S-als ;fres il (. c
ii. Samth Caroiiu. and N'rth tna iainn.
-I'Tl!pJ t' \l(OLIN~.\.---imes <-If loiir
'aaras a f Session :mid Cowrn:n liO'l Ior.-ac
Assorinte t. inl: eCut, a I .nwt I
Tinmaes 1iar hmoldinig A preal Crtrs ao, i.aw at
Triaaaaes fCir holdiln the rime u Ct ('71111- ofCharestA
The Chnneama-ellors in Illitv.
Tilme forhldiaalig lih Cota, of F.r<psity ina t
diifli-renmt listrits of Somth Carmiirai---'oe li,
willh tIme imames of the ditierett Connmli.some
Mebliers to Conagress froia S. Carolina.
A recdotes, & c. & c.
OPifre of tic Gwrgia Coirstittiionalit,
A ua., Septeamblrer, 1d:7.
Vc.ectalie Anti-bilious Pills.
V1 E tle clca est aid most approve
' Fatilyiv Med iicine ever oll'ered to th
operation, neither causing seYpess of tV,
stomarach, nor any unplea:snnrt sensation i
the system. as is too frequently tie resul
froimm rmedicines given to act juon the bowel
.Iihey nel sreeilically amuon ihe Liver, whec
tm a turfind coanditiran, cairry intg al'large gjrutr
titjes of bilae, thmrough t he influenace of lime ex
cernenat fttr in, wieno ifsmatiered to reamai
in thme systemi, wouIld purodulce eiather Jaunr
diee, Liver Complaint, Biliomas Fever, Fe
ver aand ALgne, or somei other grreviouns bodi
ly aillietion. In all cases of aorpor of tih
howels, they act like a efaarnm. Inm recer.
cases of Dyspaepsia, they are a ertmain curt
Alanry piersouns whio we re srmbject to violet.
ratacks of sick hretianehe, haave baeen mnue
bienefmird :md. .seve'rra Ipherfect ly cuared in
l'w wvet.- hIv ra ii" ofi these piillsa. Fe'
a~aal~,rimI aluaart a- her~mte 'itrationa, enr
rae 'b.-nm ... .- ''. arry risk. Per
*sarr ,an;. 'na s':. ear to -a ~.aalmrn ''limatt
4.aarMa has arl aminn, aake -. . .*af thes~e paill
IvithI -hegmi. 'Thei t virtutars will reamaina un
taupairerd ir years in any Climnate. N
f-armiy ishonld be without thIese pills: a por
tion of them, traken occasionalhly, wouldi i
la heneans of pi~rvening rmuchi sulmiering frotm
sicekness. It is frm neglct ofl keepaing ai
a regtular iperistaltic aetn of tire bowels
thuas -mafle'rta o lbe nasorbmed and muigier
witah ta lood, utnsimilatedi fluids, tha
r msoc lt disases are produmced.
P-l. ibels contaidenat hat noe personr wvh
ai. ns ailis a fzair ariali, w ill ever afte
f ri n' ilun. am hei witharout thmu.
lint ta-iIrgaa.\ uf thoand<rmi." -iking~ i:
tariglh he aadded, bt athem veri bri-ah r,1 p
iona lIr P. lins nrequirreda at- time imnv..m: a
tihe I*u att Vegetabkla Medicine ;
/chre Hep~aticer',' for time cre of --,..
or Liver coamplaainrt is thouraaig a %:',a .h-r
rualraantee to thaos~e wvi'isg tao maika ai ,i e
ihrir virtrues. Tfhaey conamint no .a:ar -i<-i
of M~ercry. oar any~ inmereudient athat .!. aas atm
tact iin hamony witha heiai h, amnd rappaa.d.i..
ense. Errach box conmtainininlg 411 Pills. Prie
50Ocents. For sale lay E. .J. Mh.31s.
At thes EdgerfJeld M. dicine Storr.
June 1, 1837 tI' I7
L L personrs inadebted tom thestate of Saamur
. C, Ualdwel lEsr. late ofAbbearviille ist~rict dle'o
are req areated trm nake ptammtiraaaii:!,aa
thmose I aving demarndis to ipresenrt thaem duly rat
testred witiaia the tiame parescribed by law, to eaire
of the srasrilaers.
.OIN ('OTIIRA N,)
J. L. PEA RSON, .ldmn'rs.
A. G. CALDWELL.
'Amigust 8. 1837 tf 28
L L persons inldehted to the late Danmie
-t-,Galmani deceased, are requmestedi t
make immedhiate payment.-Andt all pcr
sous haing demands ngainast said decease<
are rcqumested to presenat them duly attested
R. J. BUR TON, A4dm'r.
Wi'thr the ill! oaneel
.Sept. Stih, 1837. if 3F
A ll Persons ihrdebted to the late' Claris
t tianl retthauipt, deceasod, are restar.s
rad to makrle unnediaate paymient. Anrd al
pe soars having deimantds against the estta
of said deceased are requtestedi to prese n
them duly attested.
JOHN BAUBisT To .~'
To Printers & Publishers.
1IE Subscribers have just completed
their new specimen Book of* light faced
Book antid Job Printing Type, Flowers and
Ornatments, the eontents of lwhich ure lcre
with partially given.
A Diamond; Pearl, Nos. I and 2; Agate
a Nos. 1, 2, and 3; Agate on Nonpareil body
r Nonpareil, Nos. 1. 2, 3, and 4; Minionette
Nos. 1, ant 2; Minion, Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4;
Minion on Brevier body: Brevier on Minion .
body; Brevier Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4; Brevier
on Burgeoise body; Brevior on Long Prim
er body; Burgeoss on Brevier Body; Bur
I geois Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4; Buigeois on Lon.
Primer body; small bodied Long Primer
Long Primer, Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4; Long
Primer on small Pica body; small Pica
t Nos. 1, 2, and 3; Pica on English body:
, Pica on Small Pica body; Pica, Nos. 1, 2,
a and 3: English, Nos. I and 2; Greai Primer
. Paragon; Double English; Double Para
gon; Cannon, Five lines Pica to Twenty;
- Eight lines Pica, Gothic, condensed, to 20;
I Five, seven, nine and 10 lines Pien Orna
- mental; Six, Seven, Nine 12 and 15 Lines
8 Pica Shaded; Eight, 10, 12, and 16 Lines
Also a large and beautifid colctiot, of
Flowers, from Pearl to Seven Line Piea
many of which are not to be fouid in other
Speeitens - u new assortmnent of Orname:n
tal Dashes; a variety of card border.s; trar
2 thosind Mettal (irnaments; Brass Rule
Leads of various thickness: Astronomical
llathematica and Phystical Metal Signs;
Braces and Dashes fromt three to thiri v ems
.lon-g; Grenl P1rimer and D~ouble Pien zip
on inclined bodies: Jiamond and Noritn
reil music of vuirious kinds; Antirqies: li'ght
tnd heavv face Two I.ine letter; roman ane
Sitnlie, Naipareil, iinion. B 3evier, Long
n Primer, Pica and oiher Black; Nonpareil.
Miniotn,-and Jirevier Grctk, Hlebrew and
A irge variety of Ornaments, calculated l
partinclarly for the Spanish and South A
ncrican markets: Spanish, French and Por
it ingnes: Accents, furnished to order; togeth
er with every other article made use of in
r the printing business, all of whichcan hle
furnished at short niotice, of as good a quality
r- and on -is reasonable terms as at any other
CONNER & COOKE.
i Corner of Nasst and Ann-u. N. York
TO PRI VTERI'N.
d E. W ilTEI S, & Y I lIAcGER.
R ESiPECTFi.LViY inform, the print
ers of the I-isted Sit;.tes to w.'homa
they have been intividually known as es
tablished letr founders, that they have
now formed a copartnerhip in said busi
news, &wmith at, extensive experienace, they
hope to be able to give satisfaction to all
who nav favour them with their orders.
The introdnction of niachinery in place
of the tedious anti unhealthy process of
ena-ting type by hand, a desideratum by the
Europeau founders, was by American in
genuity, a heavy expenditure of titme aind
money on the part of our senioi partner,
first successfully accomplished. Extensive
use of newcast letter, has fully tested and
e v*nhit ltsc- %.i 113 oIvtPv. ;_.s7 *sib * a pur?z~.
ular, over those cast by the oli process.
The letter foundry business will hereaf
ter be carried on by the parties afore nam
ed, tinder the firm of lW hite flager & Co.
Their Specimen exhibits a complete aeries'
fromi Diamond to Sixty-four Lites Pien.
the Book and News type being in the most
WIlITE, IIAGER & Co.,
Are agents f'or the sale of the Sniith and
Rtust Printing Presses, with which they enn
furnish their custonmers at manumfact~urers,
prices: Chases, Cases, Composing Sticks,
In~k, and every article used in the printinig
business, kept for sale and futrniishmed on
short notice; old typo taken in exchange
for newi at ne cts. per lb.
.N. B. Newspaper proprietors who wvil
give the above three insertions, will he en
titled to five dollars in such article as they
emny sdcts from our Specimens.
E. WhITE & II iGER. -
Bunard's Celbruted Pnt ent
ANInfAL AND VEGETAB JLk. OIL SOAP.
FUl ''ti'" Coat Collars, Woolen,
I Linen and Cttomn Goods, from spots
occasioned by Grease, Paint Tar, Varnish,
Iandi oils of every description wvithout injury
to lie finest goods.
The Oil SiiapJ poJsCsse every henlinug and
llenetraiting rinalities, antd is usedi with per
ftcee safety thr bathing external Coimplaints, --
niponi N'an or Beast. Iusitnces are too
-.y - mi -: Leo tim-d~ of its ellica -
-* - p -' 'cui ali Dne omphrinjmts,
1 --n im.r vnae been diltoemedtt,
' r e . r r .h rwe t. inred in almost ev-~
t I nte, n~ beaped tot (Corns onth
- pi, t Corn *ihouxld be pared it littrb
in r:: 1pe-1 in eeoo, or wvoul, and th-en
It is po.itively th~e h est remaedy if thor
aughly used, for Spraeins, Chlilbinins, Po.
oans, Senhik, linrt., Sore' Lips. Choppedl or
Cirneked hlands, (utineous E?ruptiiins, or
PimptlledI fices, that is knowvn. F~or places
eball'ed hv the lIiarness, orsarlie, Sprained
Shtoulder's, Sernttehtes, &c. on llo~rses, there
Iis no composition that exceeds t his. Price
25 cent sper hot tle.
A fresh stiply of te above artielte ist
r received, and for sale by lt\i -
Edgefkih, Junte 1, 1S3. i'l
R A~NAWAY fromt the subiscre
her on the night of the, 5ilh of
Feh riairy last, from moy place two
, mies Iromi iamnhurg, 8. C. a mmegro
inan namiied BE~N, tabout fortv-ttwo
'e tntr old, five feei six incItes high.
'I'he above reward I will pay for
...deivierinig hiim to me, or puttmig him,
in jal so thaut I can get him.
IIumburg, Fuarch ?2(, 1837 tf8
Brouught to tihe Jn
OF this Ilisttric't, n negro moan by the ::fa
of G(F.Oltl', FLEMING, about five feet
six imches high, between 30) and :15 yearst Of tge,
lie says that he belongs to Mlr. Sk'iner, livmtg
wistham five mitles of New Orlenus.
Thme owner is retputtetd to come forward.
prove puroperty, pay chatrges, antd take him aniav
C. J. GLOVF.R,. .. i.' )
I'cb ~ 1:37 3r1f