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The following spirited lines from the No
ickerboeker are from the pen of W. G.
Simms, Esq. the popular novelist:
'By these soft breezes, by the odorous breath
From groves of pine. I know that we have past
The stormy cape!' Exclaiming thus, I leapt
From the close cabin to the deck, with speed,
And there, his wrath subdued, his ire at rest,
Lay the fierce god of cloudy Hatteras,
At length, along the deep. Our vessel ran
Beside him, fearless; and the forms that oft
Had trembled at the story of his storms,
Look'd on him without dread. Yet.in his sleep,
The sun down-blazing on his old grey bead,
There was a moody murmur of his waves.
That spoke of ruthless power. and bade us fly
To our far homes, with wings of moving fear,
Not less than hope. We might not loiter long.
Like thoughtless birds, improvident of home.
And wand'ring. by the sunlight still seduced.
O'er treacherous billows. No half despot he,
To spare in mercy in his wrathful hour.
A thousand miles, along his sandy couch,
The shores shall feel his wakening. and his lash
Resound in thunder. Brooding by the sea,
le lurks in waiting for the pressing bark,
And every year hath its own chronicle
Of his exactions. Cruel is the tale,
Of the poor maiden shrie,.nne in despair,
Grasped in his rude embrace and perishing,
Ere yet she lived. Yet love survives his wrath,
And in the night of terror and ofstorm.
When his fierce winds were howling, when the
Was sinking 'neath them, a fond voice was
A husband. by the billows torn away,
That called upon the woman who had lain
Upon his bosom. 'Where art thou, my wile!'
And then the voife gre w silent; the rndo waves
Stifled the speech; ye-t not before the wife
Made answer to his ears, a sweet response,
Teat waken'd them in death; 'I come to thee,
I tome to thee, dear husband-where art thou?'
She sprang to join him, and the swollen seas
Closed over them in death. It is my prayer.
That, ere he perished, she had wound her arms
About him, and had pressed her lip to his;
And itwere fitting that, beneath the waves,
They sleep encircled in the same embrace;
Her cheek upon his bosom; and his arm
Wrapped round her in the holy grasp of love,
Secure from storm. and, bes! assurancy,
Secure from separation, evermore.
THE YANKEE GIRL.
She laughs and runs a cherub thing.
And proud is the doaing sire,
To see her pluck the buds of spring,
Or play by the winter fire.
Her golden hair falls thick and fair.
Inmn .-vy curl;
And freshly sleek is the uddy cheek
Of the infant Yankee girl.
Te years steal on, and day by day,
native charms expand,
Tillf und face beams in the summer
Like ~e rose of h er own blest land.
There's isie in her laughing tone,
A dar r shade on the curl,
And beau y makes her chosen throne
*On the br3of the Yankee girl.
She is standing now a happy bride,
At the holyi r rail,
WVhile the sa lush of maiden pride
Gives a tinge he sno wy veil.
Her eye of light the diamond bright,
Her innocen .e pearl;
And these are he bridal getme,
Of abhappy ukee girl.
LlGH D WARMTH.
TRANsLAT ROM TR E FRENCU,
* ~ By. Editor.
flian enters into lir~. 'th a pleasing con
fidence. He bell that he will find
. in the world, every th which he reads
in his own heart, an4-urning with a no
ble enthusiasm, he onsecrates himself
to thme defence of t~h
3ut when be has mapore closely the
things of earth, every, 'i appears to
*him, mean and contrae9 In the midst
of the shock; of the pa s; he has no
other desire than that 'o eli preserva
tion, and his own happt . His soul
given up to a listless.'a thy, is closed
to the sentiment of love. 'he aso
truth, are often deprived eir warmth.
flappy are they who n urchase the
gifts of Science. at 'expense of Vir
tue; who know o unite the keen
sagacity of the man. world, with
the feeling heart of tanthropist.
The first of pleas~ the greatest glo
ry is-to diffure ts, [f you receive,
publish it a If you bestow, cease
n' ~ rk of the Divine Goodness
5a the Maternal bosom. The Dei
showing us his image, in the fea
of the Mother, calls forthr our
I love they benefits divine Agriculture!
.Thou knowest how to multiply the gifts
of nature. Thlou alone dost force the
elements to enrich the earth; To thy
care. she owes her mnost'beautiful'orna
THOMAS JEFFERsON's OPINION OF FAR
MER.-"Those who labor in the earth,"
be early declared, "are the chosen people
of God, if ever he had a chosen people,
whose breasts he has made his peculiar de
posite, for substantial and genuine virtue.
It is the focus in which he keeps alive
that sacred fire, which otherwise night es
cape from the surface of the earth. Cor
ruption of morals in the mas- of cultivatorb,
is a pnenomenon in which no age nor na
tion has found an example. It is the
mark set on those, who not looking up to
Heaven, to their own soil and industry, as
does the husbandman,for their subsistence,
depend on the casualities and caprice of
cu.tomers. Dependence begets subser
vience and venality, suffocates the germ
of virtue, and prepares fit tools for the de
signsof ambition. Thus the natural pro
gress and consequence of the arts, las
sometimes, perhaps. been retarded by ac
cidental circumstances;wnt generally speak
ing, the proportion which the aggregate of
other citizens, bear in any state to that of
its husbandmen, is the proportion of its tun
sound to its healthy parts,and i, as good as
a barometor whereby to measure its
degree of corruption."
Soaking Corn for Horses..-A gentle
man who reside- in Bahinore county, and
who is one of the most successful farmers
in that vicinity, informed us a few days
since, that he saved at least one third of his
corn by the manner in which lie fed it ont
to his horses. His plan is this:-ie has
two hogsheads placed in his cellar where
they are secure from freezing. These he
first fills with corn in the ear, then puts in
sutlicient quantity of water to cover the
corn. After the ears have been thoronmh
ly soaked, he commences feeding, giving
his horses but two thirds the usual quanti
ty allowed. As one of these hogsheads he
comes empty. he refills it; and by the
time the other is emplty.the one lasi filled.
IA sufficiently soake'l for use. In thi- Way,
the cobs become so softeniei that the, horses
consume the whole of therm. and they are
thus made to add fully nue third to his
stock of feed. lie assures us that his hor
ses eat the colis with avidity, keep in or
der, and arejttt as competent to perform
plantation labor as when they consume
the grain alone. The success ofour infor
mant, shoild stimulate his agricultural
brethren to follow his example, as the In
bor of preparation is nothing compared with
the great saving elfected.
It is an old saying, that a thing which is
worth doini;, is worth doing well, and we
o not see why ir should not apply to the
writing of advertisements in a plain and
intellieible ma-ner as to other things. In
the first place. if an advertisement is
badly -, ritten. it runt alimost inevitably
be b'adly printed; aq there is little leisure
in a daily office for the critical exposition
of the context, and ihe obvious appearance
of a word, will be apt to be taken for the
real one. In the second plare. there is a
great loss of time to the hand., of the office.
who are sometimes bothered over a single
word long enough to finish the piece. A
little care will suffice to write an adver.
tisment in a plain hand, and then it will he
sure to gain the good will of the com posi
or, and its prospect of : fair settinig %%ill
he areatly enhanced.-Norfolk Bruicon.
HAMBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA.
H. undersigned begs eave o inform his
friends andthe puiblic in general, that
his Hotel has undergone tthorontgh rehpar, and
hat he is now p-epared for the rcce ption and ac
~ommodation of Permuanhent Boarders. as well as
Travellers aund Transient
lie would observe, thart those who may favor
jim with a call. shall finid thtemselves agreeably
and comfortably provided for. His tabl'- isstup
~lied with all the substantial regnisites of good
ving ogether with every delicacy anil variety.
hat the markets of Amrusta anal H amburg catn
fford, with the attention of active servants and a
ethful hostler. IHi. Bar is stored with liquors
,f the choicest kifld.
With thme confident assurance of giving full
matisfaction. he solicits his old friends, and the
iublic in general, to favor him with a call.
Drovers can be accommodated with stables
nd Lots for stock.
Dc 15. 1838 t f 46
The Green ville Monntameecr,and Pendleton
dless:ger will insert the atboveiuir six weeks,
ad send then accounts to the subsc.riber in
aburg. A. K.
.. H AMBURG, S C.
THB8sbecriber takes great pleasure in in
formitig his friends & the public general
ly that he has opened his large and commodious
Fouse, and will be very thankful to' them for a
iberalshare of their patronage. He flatters him
self, that from the experience of the Lady who
mt charge of the domestic affairs of the House,
also his $ervants and Hosttlers, together with his
own will and disposition to please. that general
inatisfaction mxay be given. The situation of the
House affords a conveniece,patiularly desira-.
s to persons who may have business to attend
to, or who may wish to take the Rail Road Car
for Charleston: ad his Stable lots are large and
well prepared for the accomnmadation of Gentle
men who may have Stock h'ir sale,
* CG. WV. MAYSON.
Ot.24, 1838 .tf 38
BLAND,' CATLINV ' Co.
R1ETURN thanks to their patrons, for the
lieaiyof their patronage the past year,
and will continue to use every exertioni, season
ably to supply all who may favor them, with
their cusrtnm, with such Goods as the,v may re
quire, ad at prices sadted to the interest of
All persons indebted to them. either by Note
or Book~Account' due on the Iet instant or pre
vios, are earnestly requested to call and pay
up without delay.
They have just reeeived'from New York, a
cask of superior winter premied Bleached
LA MP OIL.. Also, a quantity of CHEESE,
andsudry other GOOD8.
n 16. 11i d 60
TOLEN, on the 11th inst.
from the residence of the
subscriber, on the M1artintown
Rtoad, twelve miles above Ham..
burg, a day Horse, about fiteen and a half
hands high, nine or ten years old, with some
white hairs on one inp, and some few saddie
marks-sway hacked a little, round bod) and
well made- in good order when taken away,
worth $125. The horse I beiieve was stolen
by a matn wlio-e nme is Itichard. Ford, who
was committed toEdgefie.d.ial. on the 26th inst.
for theft, and says he resides in. Lincoln Go.
Ia. He is a man of bad character. and issup
posed to have traded said horse tiot jar off, or
sen.t him an ay perhaps by some of his associ
ates in Georgia. It is believed he has comrades
in South Carolina, Georgia and Alabana, and
that lie has paid the penalty of the law at the
the whipping post, as his back has been
weli lashed and the scars have not changed
theircolor yet. The Jailor examinoed him and
tound such to be the case. The said Ford has
ecently been trading in horses and mules in
this District, and no doubt all were stolen pro
perty. It is robable that lie and his company
carry on the business on a large scale, as he is
thought to be a noted villain.
The above reward will be given for the de
livery of the horse to me, or for proof to con
vict the thief trading him.
Hamburg. Jan 22, 1839 d 52
l17 Editors in South Carolina, Georgia and
Alabama may per aps benefit the public, by
insertineL :he above once or twice.
i11 C exercises of this lustitution. will be re
S.sunned on the second Monday in Jainary
next. nuder the care of the Rev. William H.
1harris, as Principal and Classical Teacher, and
Mr. Abraham Cunningham, as Teacher of the
The Truste- feel no hesitation in saying,
that these gentlemen are as competent to the
diseharge of the duties of their respective de.
iartments. as any to he found in the upper
eounry, -id thattheq will spare no pains to con
linue t'e merit the high stand, which has- been
awarded to them as Teachers.
As the imnpre:s-ion abroad, respecting the
health of Abbeville District, is iifavorabl-. we
deem it necess-try to say. that Lowiidesville
aind its vicinity. are as healthy as any section of
the tipper conntry The Village is situated on
a high and dry ridge. remote from any stniding
water. as wel as all causes of disease; it iust
therofoire comtinme to he healthv.
Ii1 point of morality. we believe it is genter
ally conceded, that there is no section tf coun
try more exttipt. from all iniceinent to vicins
hahits, than this. We would hazard the naser
tion, that we stand unrivalled in this particudar.
Excellent Boarding cnn he had in die Village
and vicinity. at $8 per nionth.
The School will continue the common Scho
The Classics, $16 per session.
The Natural Sciences, 16 '' "
English Grammar, Geog- g o I
r aphy. and History,
Rcading, Writing, Arith- 6
Dr. A. B. ARNOLD, Pres. B. Trus.
W. R. SANlDERtS. Vice Pres.
W. C COZ11Y. Troasurer.
MA rTTHEW YOUNG.
J. VII)FfTT SIMPSON. Trustees
By order of the Board.
J G. C \LDWELL, Secrtary.
DeC 19, 1838 c 47
The "ndleton Miessenger, and the Weekly
Chronicle & Sentinel, of Augusta. will copy
the above three times, and forward their ac
CounI for -ni tent.
i lave the pleasure of itorinig our
I frnettd4 and tie public in geiacral, that
the exercises of these Institutions. will recoin
mence on 2id looday in January next.
Cf.ISSICAL DE PA I? TAE NT.
To meet the increasing paronage of this De.
parme'nt, we tuave added anothe~r Tleachier, it
will therefore he' condiucted in future, under the
oint conniol of Mr. .JAMEs LesL~ai, our formner
l'cacher,andl Mr. WVit~t.AM C. MoRAcoNE,mate of
the I.nirlish Acatdemy; both grilmiaes ofl the
S.Carolinia Cui ege, and expleriencedl Teachers.
English LIale Departmnt.-This lDepart
netut wviil lie uder the mnagemment or Air.
JaMES GiLESs. a graduale of Franklin College,
amd iof several veairs experience in teaching..
Fcmade D. artmen.-Will be condnfedby
Mr .JAs.M3.1 ENN and Latdy,and Miss O'HARO,
ate of the Sumierville Academxies. distingnishied
alike f r their literary qualifications, and expe
riiti-e as Tuachers. Mirs. Penn and Miss 0'
Hiaro, the formier distingnished as a Musical &
Prsnch teacher, and thie latter in Paintings.
T'hese branches will therefore be taught in the
most impiroved amid perfect system.
The Public will discover that wve are incur.
ritig tin immense expiense for the benefit of the
oths of the country, and all we ask is an ex
aninatimin into the merits of our instituitions,be
lievimg that thiy will he piatroniz- d if knowit.
For we are bold to nsseri that ia ito iuie point
tre our ,chmools surpassed byv any in the South
ti States. No Stiideiit will hi' atdmittid into
nmy of the Schools.unless be comne.<recomn
ded by n good moral character, and if i.e comes
from another School, he shall liring with him, a
ertificate of his character and stamiiing. A
Chapel is now busilditng in the place, in eiided
for the excluisive benefit of the Schools. Terms
of board and Tuition are as moderate as else
where iu this District
E. Rt. CALHOUN,I
LIRKIN GItLWFIN, ..
THOMAS B. I3YRD,'
JOHN LOGAN, J
Greenwood, Dec. 15 1838 e 46
UUE, the utndersigned, invite the attention
VTofthie Pnblic, to the new regulations in
the Classical School at Greenwood. Abbeville
District S. C. We have agreed t., take charge
of this Academy in -connein, and. provided
we can obtain a siifficient share of the Public
patronage, we expect to continue together for
some years. We will give instructions in all
the hranches requisite for entering the South
Carolina Colleg1e or any other in the United
States. The principahofthtesewill be the Greek
and Latin Languages. Mathematics, History
aid Geography. Composition, Deelamiation,
Reading agl Writinig, will be strictly attended
to. As we will be able so to arrange onr clas
ses, that each one of us caii devi te his exclu
sive attention to particular branches, we flatter
ourselves that they will be thoroughly taught.
We pledxe oturselves to use our ut most efforts,
not only, to faucilitate the pgrogress of our pupils
in their studies, buitalso,to instil into theiraminds,
correct principles of morality.
W. C. MORAGNE.
J. L. LESLY.
Greenwood. Dec 14.,1838 e 46
improved Surgeons' Truss
FO:t the radica! enre of H ERtN[Ainvented
Uby HiraKa CHASE. M. D. Philladelphia.
(arrantedto enrs.) All orders by mail or other .
wise will be promptly attendedf to. Address
either Dr. Hf. BUJRT.
Dr. M. LABORDE,
Dr. E. J..mIMS,
RErefield I. HL . E e tf 24
COdL JA'D IVOOD
COOKING STOVEN, &c.
.V HE undersigned has just received a large
A supply of improved STOVES for Coal
and Wood, of entire new patterns. and of va
rious sizes. viz:
The People's Coal or Wood Cooking Stove
Superior to any heretofore in use, not only on
account of convenience, the perfect manner in
which the cooking is performed. butalso on ac
count of the economy of fuel which it effects.
The Patent Grecian Parlor Gtate,
which for beauty and economy excels all others,
producing greater effect with less fuel.
The Parlor and Hall Store,
passing heat from the basement to the upper part
through flues into the four corners, and through
The Parlor and Pipe Franklin,
with plain anti urn tops, for wood or coal, new
ly constrncted with swelled back, sunk hearth,
door front. &c
The Ship and Steam Boat Stove,
calculated to cook for 50 or 200 persons, with
less fuel and greater convenience tian any other
stove now im use.
Also, a Variety of SMALLER STOVES,
with the same improvements.
The Box 6 & 9 Plate Move,
open and plain tops, of various sizes,from IS to
Also. American, Enlish and Risian Sheet
Iron. Store Pipe. Shecting and Brazing Cop
per. Block Tin, and Tin Plate.
All of which he offers for sale low fur CAsH,
or approved paper. at No. 168 Broad street at
the Sign of tIl Gofec Pot, and directly opposite
the Eagle & Phoenix Hotel, Augusta
B. F. CHEW.
The highest price will be given for Old
Pecter, Copper. Brass and Lead.
Augusta.Ga.Oct.22. 183. tf 39
CLUCKS, WATCRES and
J E IPE.L.L E R P.
No. 242 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.
(Near the United States Hotel )
T IE Subscriber offers to the Citizens of
I-:dgefield District and its vicinity a Rich
and Fashionable assortment of
WATOHMaS, W3.LLRY &c
>f the latest Style and Ittportation, consisting
in purt of the lollowing Articles:
Gold Independent Second Watches, with
from 17 to 25 Jeweis,
Gold & Silver Levers, Plain & full Jewelled,
London Duplex and Anchor Lscapement
Gold & Silver Lepine and Vertical Watedlies
Ladies' rich Gold Neck Chains, new pattern.
Gentletnen's Gold Gunrd and Fob Chains,
Keys, Seals, Finger-Rings, Breast-Pins. Ear
Gold and Silver Thimbles, Pencil Cases,
Spectacles, &c. &c.
nanuie Clocks. Flower Vases &R Maical
A General A ssortment of
ILVER TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
SUAa losoS. SoUP LAMn.rs, CASToR & CAKE
Asxzr.-s CASDLZSTIcKs, SALT Srooss, &c.
SUPFRIOR CUT LERY.
A fineC astortmen lt of liOGEas', ELLIOTT'S
ud WAnR & Burensn's RAZORS, PEN
NIVES AND SCISSORS; also a good as.
orttent of DOWIE KNIVES and DIRtKS.
-JO HN B. MURPHY.
N. B. CL~OCKs atnd WATcH ES carefually re
aired. antd Warranted to perform well.
Agusta. Ga. March 2".,1838 tf9.
is thae life of Business.
FE H1' roubscribers are datermisned to sell
Uthteir goods on the most reasonable terms
t which they can be atlorded. In order that they
nav Ite anabled toi da so. on the usual terms of
:rediit, the.y deem it their dtuty to notify their cus
omers, that they will exp~ect promtpt i.aymteut.
'.ll accottmts are- considered dite ott the first
ay of Jantuary of each y ear, except by special
;reeent; at which titme they will require the
ane to be closed; it' not, daey will charge In
erest after that time.
And all accounits due on the first day of Janu
try of each year, antd not closed withtin thre
noths alker that time, they will consider ilhem
telves at liber ty to put th'em into the hands of
mt officer for collectmon.
In every well conducted busintessthere should.
e some principles and rutles by which it is gov
rned-and by adopting the above rttles we. shall
e enabled to do justice to ourselves and to all
:oncerned. Atnd whast will he better, we shall
e enabled to sell our goods to our customers on
credit at cash prices.
We return our sitncere thanks to our friends.
for their liberal patronage, and will try to serve
them, so as to meetsa continuance of the same.
G. L. & E. PENN & CO.
Dec 4, 1838 tff44
TH E Subscriber begs leave to itnvetethe at
tention uf the people of Edge~field and the
d.oiting Districts to an entire New Stock of
FENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH &
D RY GOODS0 .
Which he'huas just received from New York
and is now tap ining at the New Store adjoin
ing Mr Hubbard's Hotel itt Hambur'g.
1-i. stock is extensive-New-and bonght for
cash all of which he offers for sale at as low
prices ascarn he bottght in atay Southern c-ity.Hie
leemsit entirelyv unnecessary to enter into a gen
eral enumeration of the articles of which his
assortment is composed or to hold out any in
htcement. which may not in the practical opera
tions of his business he realized, but simply to
state that he intends to keep his store furnished
st all tites withitne oest & most desirable articles
and (as far as possible to do) ant assortment of
every thing that belongs strictly to his line of
musiness, and thapite buying and selling of Dry
ods will constitute his sole atnd leading puret
nd leave it to those with whom he shall be so
fortuate as to deal to decide whether hecausell
s cheap as others engaged in the same business.
SJ.OH N 0. B. FORD.
Hamburg. B. C. Oct 6,.1838 eb 36
HE Copartnership of GOODWIN, HAR
RINGTON A' CO. was dissolved on the
ires inst. by its own limitation. Allbersons in
debted to us, are requested to call and setle their
Notes and Accounts, as we wish to close the but
,quess of the concert. Thise iudebte to the
old 6rm of Goodom Sr Harrington, are remind
ed that their Notes and Accounts are of lot g
standing, and further indulgence cannot be
C. L GOODWIN,
H. L. HARRINGTON,
B. C. BRYAN.
Edgefield, C. H. Jan 12,1839 ac 50
TrHE Subscriber- have formed a Co
e partnership in the MERCHANT TAIL
ORING Business, under the firm of Harring
ton 8r Bryan. and will keep constantly on hand,
a gteneral assortment of the mist Fashionable
Articles, in their line, that the Northern and
Southern markets will afford.
They feel thaskful for the liberal patronage
heretotore extended towards them, and hope by
strict attention to business, and a dispositon to
please, to receive a continuance of the same.
H. L. HARRINUTON,
B. C. BRYAN.,
Edgefleld C I. Jan 12, 1838 ac 50
H. R. COOK & CO.
(sUCCEssoRs TO KI!CHEN & lOB-.RTs0o)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HAMBURG, S. C.
K EEP constantly on hand a large assort
ment of Drugs, Medicines, Pagnts, Oils,
ulass,Putqy. and every variety ofarticles in their
line. All of which th'ey warrant to be fresh and
genuine, and will sell on reasonable terms.
Plhyuicians. country Merchants, and ohers,
are invited to call and examine for themselves,
before purchasing elsewhere.
All orders thankfully received and promptly
Oct 15. 1.. tf 46
OIL AND LEAD.
JUST received and for sale. low for cash, a
large lot of Linseed (j1and Itidte Lcad, of
various qualities, and of the msost approved
Also, a large assortment of BRUSHES, of
all sizes, constantly on hand.
Persons about to paint,will do welh to call and
examine ourstock before purclasing eisewhere.
H . R. COOK & CU. Druggists.
Hamburg, Dec 12, 1838 tf 46
Flaister of Pari.
UST received, a lot of Plaiser of Paris,
and for sale low by the b-irrel.hy
H. R. COOK & CO Druggists.
Hamburg. Dec 12, 183-3 tf 41
The Pendleton Messenger and Greenville
Mountaineer, are requested to publish the a
bove until forbid, atnd forward their accounts
to the subscribers at Hlamburg. I.R.C.&Co.
OF BAGWNQI, RWPE 4- BACON,
JUST RECEIVED AND FO SALE.
Pieces best HE.4P BAGGING,
-t00 do. wide TOW do.
100 Coils of small Hemp Ifope,
100 do. do. Tow do.
500 lbs. Inglish Twine,
10,000 prime 1Bacon sides,
Sugat, Coffee and Molasses,
Salt, Iron and Steel
Teas, Loafatnd Lump Sugar,
- Brandys, Wines, and Cordials,
All of the above ArieJes, or any that we may
sell, we will warrant to le of the best quality,and
will sell to order or otherwise, at the lowest
possible prices;and we assure our friends & the
pnbli genersllv. that ordar.- Cor Raggna-And a
lRope,or any other article in our line, shall have
our best attention I
We still continnie to transact business on Com- I
mission, and will attend to the selling orstoring
of Cotton, or any other busines entrusted to our
care. H. L JFITI'YRS & Co.
Hamnserg. Jnly 1 J. t": if 't
Factorage & Coni..dissioni
HAM1BUlG, S. &,ARO)LINA.
V 3'HE subscriber respectfully begs leave
Kto annemnce to the Planters and Merchants
of the Upper Districts, tat he las ttade ar
rangements for the ensuing season to Receive
and .iell Cotton. and trusts that Ihis experiencee
in the business and the many facilities incident
to his piresent occupation, wvill enable him to
merit an extensive patrotnage.
Metrchatndize and Cotton Received and For
warded with the usual despatch.
i. F'. BENSON.
Se pt 14, 1838 tI' 4"
ElANAWAY from the Subscri
kR~ber on the night of' the 5th o'
Februiary last, from my place two
miles fiomn Hamburg, S. C.* a niegro
man named BEN, about forty-five
yasold. Give feet six inchles highe.
Teabove reward I will pay for
''delivering him to me, or putting him
Hambhur"e. March 2-1. 1837 tf P
T.1 H Esuibscribor, from thseitnportmnities
..of his friends, has concluded so far to
resume thbe practice of lisa profession, as to
attend to all call. in Chronic Diseases.- A
mong these, lhe would tmention particularly.
Scrofula or Kmne's Evil, Cancer, Diseased
Mammae,Chronic Sore Legs,&c. Address
E. .L CARTLEDGE,
Park's P. 0., Edgefield Die., S. C.
May 10 tf 14
TI WO one horse or Dearborn WAGONS,
Sentirely new. Apply to
Near Gilgall Meeting House.
Nov 2, 1838 mf 40 .
BlOOKR & ST ATIOMVA RY.
AGood assertmnent of' School, Cla~ssical and
Blanik Rooks, also. Capi and Letter Paper,
Quillie Writing and ladelible Iik, &c. &c.
Juist received by C. A. DOWD.
Bld@T IM and 'liiOES.
JlIST re'-ived, a rood anud complete assort.
9 ment of Ladies. Gentlemnen and Children's
Boots and Shoes, manufactured expresely for this.
market, and waranten rood. For saleb
Nov 12,.1838 tf 41 C. A. DOWD
Bleached Winter strained
LJeteIPF O IL.
TI HE Subsc'ribeis have received a stupply of
3the above article of very superior quality.
G. L. & E. PENN & Co.
fO.t3J'18- R - .tf 29
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COlMON PLEAS.
vs Foreign Attachment.
Joseph K. Kilburn,
T HE Plaintlif in the above stated case hay.
ing, on the 18th day ofSeptember,1838,
iled his declaration in the Clerk's Office, and
he Defendant having no wife or. attorney
known to be in this State, upon whom a copy
)f the said declaration can be served: It is or
Jered that the said defendant do appear and
make his defence within a year and a day from
lhe filing of the said declaration, or final atid
ibsolute jidgment will be awardied againsthitna
Clerk's Q0ce, .-- a
Ian 21. 1829 A - aqd 51l
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
John Middleton, )
vs. >FOREIGNi ATTACHNNT.
FX -HE Plaintiff in the above ease having
this day filed his declaration,and the De.
rendant having no wife or attorney known'to
be within the State, upon whom a copyof saia
declaration, with a rule to plead could be serv
ed: It is Ordered, that the said Defendant do
appear and make his defence in the aforesaid
action, within a year and a-day, from this dats
:r final and absolute judgment will be awarded
GEORGE POPE. c. c. P.
Clerk'sOffice. Nov. 1. 1838 dg.40
btae ol Sout ar Iin .
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
rhomas L. Jn:.~vs. Attac ssu
Park & F~owler.n
Satch Kimball c : Attachment Assumpsit
vs. Park & F owler. I ~ l
A -HE Plaintiffs intheabovecasesaving hi
k day filed their declaration, and the Defen
lants havingr neither wives nor attorn'
known to be'in this State, ordered, that-if t
said Defendants do not appear and make their
iefence. withir, a year and aday from this
late, final and absolute ju'dgenent 'shi11bei
rorthwith given and awarded for thesaid
Plaintiffs in attachment.
JAMES WARDLAW, c. c. P.
Nov 22. 183 1 B&T adq 45
ltare of ISt-th I arolina
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. ,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Win. Brunson, vs. Foreign AtlcheW
William Drum,- 'Debt.
T H r. Plaintif' in this case having;onthe 11ii
of* September, filed his declaration in the
Clerk's Office, and the Defendant having n
ife or at'orneyknown tobe in this Sta'te; upou
vihom a copy of the -said declaration mayli
erved: It is therefore ordered, that the said:De.
indant do appear and make his defence within
year and a day, from the filing ofthe-said dee
aration, or fan and absolute judgment will be
iwarded to the said Plaintiff.
GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
Ilerk's Office. Sept 11, 1838 eq 33
Siate tf south carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Sapnpson Kilcrease,vs. FoazIGN ATTkcz
Wile% Freeman 5 1nar AssuMsrIT.
1Hl Plantiffin this case having,ot he 14th
T day ot May, 18J8, filed his declaration in
he C~erk's Office, and-the defendant having no
vife or attorney, known to be in this State 'tpo.
hom a copy of the said declaration may be
erved:.it is therefore orderedthat the. eai de.
'endn do appear & make his defence within
i year and a day from the filing of the said dec
aratien, or final and absolute judgment will be
warded to the said plaintiff.
GEORGE POPE,c. c. Y.
Clerk's Office, May 14th, 1838. ..15.
' tate of Sottth Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
lobbins & Conner,
vs - Assumpsit Attachment.
Wma. Yarborough. '
T H E PlairtitF. in tis case, having this day
filed his declaration, and the Defetndant
tavinig neither wife nor attorney witiin this
State, upon whom a copy of said declartidn
an b-- served; Ordered, that the Defendsnt
lead thereto within a year and a day from this
tublication or the said action will betaken pi'o
onfesso against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c..
Clerk's Office, Oct 24, 1.38 dag 43
Statte of NOuth (Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
harles Sproull, Adm'r of) ATTACusta?,
Lau-y E. Lipiford, dec'd vs.> AssexrsiT.
TH E Plain'tff in this case having, on the
K20th day of March, 1838, filed his decla
ion in my office. atnd th.e defendant having no
vife or attorney~known tobe in this State,iupon
whomi a copy of the declaration, with a special
>rder ofthie court endorsed thereon,csn be sert
d: Therefore ordered,thiat the said'James Don
ild do'appear aind make hns defence within a
ear and aday from thaefling of the declaration
s aforesaid, or final& absohite judgment wifl
>e forthwith given and awarded agamist him.
JAS. .WARDLAW, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office. 1 ith May 1838. -15
tate of' south Carolhna.
IN THE COMMON PLE AS.,
David Onzts. vs 1 AcHKxxx
William Drum. . Assuurarr.
TH E Plaintiff in this ease..having ties day
filed his declaration in the Clerk's Offiee,
md the Defendant having no Wife or Attorney
known to he in this State, upon whom a copy.
af the said declaration may b served: 'Ihere
rore ordered, that the said defendant do-iipear
red make his defence within a year and a day
rom the filing oif the-said declaration, or fins]
med absolute judgmnent will be forthwith awar
ied to the said Plaintiff.
GEORGE POPE, c. .
Clerk's Office, Edgefield, May'14, 1838 15
Inaproved Pink -Saucers.
04IMPROVI.D PINK SAUCERS
Ii.IJfor dyingSilk,' Stockings.Goves,
Feaiser-. Flowr, Tifan, Gauzes, Craipes, -
Cambricks, Musliuix. &c. 6C
Just receivcd and for sale at the Edgefield
Buck Wheal F LEflR,
iU.$T Received.na good article, put np cx
N pressly (or Family use, and for sale
Dec 5, 1838 .
Blushiels ALUM SALT, rot
2,000 Saleby .EFIS
lHambnra Oct. .15.-183, -7