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FOR THE ADVERTISER.
"Her's was a life pure and serene,
Mild as the summors breeze,
Pleasant as the air of evening
That floats among the trees."
With prospects bright, on future life,
She held a vig'rous claim,
When, "in the twinkling of an eye,"
The great destroyer came.
Tier hours of racking pain, tho' few,
-With fortitude she bore,
Then closed her eyes, and hade adieu,
To pains she'll feel no more.
Tho' worms destroy her mould'ring flesh,
Beneath the silent soi,
Her happy soul, divinely fresh,
Will soar away to God.
"Peaceful be her silent slumber,
Laid in the grave so low;
On earth no more she'll join our number,
No more our sona will know."
'Twas her eternal gain to leave us,
The lots we deeply feel;
But 0! 'tis God that doth bereave us,
He'll all our sorrows heal.
"Yet once again, we hope to meet her,
When from this life we've fled,
There in Henven, with joy we'll greet her.
Where ne'er a tear is shed."
"Still green be the turf above thee,
Friend of my better days;
flere none knew thee. but to love thee,
None nam'd thee. but to praise."
I"Tears did fall. when thou wert dying,
From eyes unused to weep;
And long alas where thou arutying,
Will tears the cold turf steep."
"While memory bids us for thee weep,
Nor words, nor thoughts are free;
That grief alas is fixed too deep,
That noirns for one like thee." Q.
THE NECESSITY OF RELIGION;
By Madame Sirey.
TRANSLATED FROI THE FRENCH,
By the Editor.
The order which rules the Universe, is a
graud model, given by the Diety to fee
ble mortals. The most perfect and the
most religious man, is he who knows
best how to govern his passions-to re.
ulate those of others-to accomodate
his necessities to his resources-to place
kis happiness in that of hiis dependents
*O frieuds-and to contribute, by the
lutar order which he establishes in
b ~n family, to the general felicity.
Religion'i treaty of universal alliance
the hoi f love wvhtich unites man to
his God, Thutband to the wife, the
son to the fa er, and all men to each
Religion en es life, and takes the
sting fro 'death. The religious soul
mounts, *ith confidence, to the divine
son hen e flow all the pure pleas
sires world. It dares to believe,
that tb d wiho, by his love, has made
Virtue most sublitme thing upon
earth, will also bestow upon it a hgny
enly recom[w e.
Religion is the etnarantee of all the vir
tues. It et'a e."s by repentance, and
places hope i he side of misfortune.
The feeble becomes strong in rest
ing upon . '- The man of genins
is aman#~ its power, when he seeks
an mni& Iler,~ and not those pos
sessions, the peris able honors of this
Religious sentiments rentfr a woman as
beautiful as good. It 4 s that the
Creator looks with eo 'sance upon
the young mother, ays with ear
*estness for he .: and upon the
yothtful grid o prays with fervor
Honor an besineag the woman, who
A. V. Arnatlt.
d feaf, dissevered from thy
whithe'r arit~shou goingi I know
not. The storm has stricken the oak
which was my only s'upport. Zephyr.
* ~ ith her inconstant breath, or the north
wind, Ras this day .borne me fromt the
forest to-the plain, fromn the mountain to
the valley. I go wriere the wind bears
. tue; without complaint or. without n
larm.. I go where all things are going
-where the rose-leaf is going, and the
leaf of the laurel.
What Is that which is perfect with a
head, and perfect without us .ljeaid; perfect
with a tail, and perfect withbout a tail; per
feet with a head and tail, and perfect with
out a .heal ortatil ?
mExico.-The present condition of
Mexico- brings forr ibly to raetllecdion the
Latiti proverb. --Qrem Deus vult perdere,
prius denentat."(Wimia God in'atnds to
destroy. lie first deprives of reason.) Nev
er has a nation. since the memorable fall
of' Jerusalem. displayed such obvious
marks of insanity-an insanity th-it 's
madly driving them to their few-ful doom,
provoked by centuries of vice and moral
turpit ude. The state ol'thin!s in the in -
terior fully confirms the .verment-civil
dissentions and intestine commotions pie
vail extensively. The popnition- divied
by contending f-actions; and while a fore
ign invader is thundering at ihe gates (if
her great maritime city aind (demniolishinia
her fortresses, Mexico is torn and shaken
to the centre by the quarrels of her on' n
citizens. Who, instead of combinintg to
repel one common foe, are arranged in
hostility against each other, under the atn
.agonist banners of Federation and Cen.
tralisti. Under such auspices, what other
destiny can await this kingdom, divided
againsi itself. but disnaster tnd -ulvers'on.
The events of the last twenty year< have
demonstrated the utter unworthities and
incapacity of that people for self-govern -
ment, and subjugation to some enligiten
ed civilized governmnrit, viz. exas for
France,seems to present the onlv pre-sent.
the only practicatile meansofre-eneration.
That tle planting of French tis'tittio s
ott the Mexican soilwould tenti greatly to
ameliorate the conditini of the natives, no
unprejudiced ohserver can doubt, and tlhe(
benevoleucc of Providence woild shine
conspicnously in compellin the introdue
tint of ciilizatoin among nit ignirant, be
sotted race, by the instrumentalityol' ofne,
of the most chivalrous id polished nations
of Europe.-N. 0. Balletin.
The following toast was 2ivenm by the
President of lie Philbdelphia Typo-r ;phi
cal -ocietv, at their annual tmeting:
THE IVILS oF Rum. -It gets into oittr
HEAD--1hrows Us ottftir FEET p(tt- tt rttt
of REGISTER attd SORTS hatters mr Fors
make, us see *'s oi a cloudv night. <no
ses I.s to mtake %-11! use of ur(7's
and knock down the s rAN DiNG MATTEr- 01
otners, tsrnn1, ns tio t's pomtts n' ih ont.
best Irietdte. r, duces u. the conlition fet
FLOOR PI, -,-tS US ittto the wiIoNG BOX,
brings its before the BAR, .itd permanent
ly puts a rEsRon to our existefnce.
A PRIOFITABLE BUStNESs.-We Unlder
stam that an individual of 1hi;; tsswn savs
he tais mude fifteen he ired loll:tr- by at
tending to his own business, ami live Iutn.
ited imto ly lettinm Ut her 0people's -alotc.
This surely I, a good isines<. and pays
well, and at present is not overdone -
A large six feet yattoo; who had ii
lees run at leaIst nitne inches too fiar thrs:.
his breeches with a loaf of gitgerbread uni
ier his arm, iand as such in Iris li-t. one
etd of which he had just drawn froi be
tweei hi< tee i, leavin. his rtotnth filld.
was met by a gentleman in Nrichez in
tle middle of tite street, of w.vhom lie in
qiuired isi a whining tone. "-lave you seen
any thing of daddy !" "No!" ri-plied the
gentlemian. -Well darnation seize dladlv,
I trld him he'd lose ite,' said our hero,
cryin, aS he proeceded, alf iit.en sticking
the gitn-m-rbtread itt his conn tenance at bi
larming rate.-Westcrn Paper
A few days since, a little ragged1 trehin
ad been senit by a tmech..niic tnoea tc t a
miall htill w.hich hai just becam te dute. Hec
legan in the ustt:nh way, by becotintg tmoi e
and tmote impo)arttutntte; ait letn::lh thre getn
:emr:at's pattiettce being exhrautstedl, hte
said to htii,"'yu tneedtn't dunt mie so shanrs
v, I'mr tnt go ing to rtn a way ait present."~
-1 dotn't suilppnoS you aire,'' said the fat!,
erarhing his heatd, '-hut my miaster is,ntd
hi want- the nmoniy."
FOR PUBLisHitNG A
IA CULU (AiJ:1, S. C.
V HI~i E tate Tempernce Society of Southt
aroitma, at te late Atitsversarry Meet
n6 si Cut..mbsia, resilvedl to e.,tabsu. it prac
ttcael. , ae WVe.ly New.-papuer, devoted tin rthe
ause or ? roperarnce. Trre ...etit.re mil
tittee, wvhose dust it is .0 carr y tris e: Ouui~m
tmit eifeci, beg~ lerav t-- na!!ieas ;. .-ever.. -
ieti-s and indivinduas,ill thre Dmtes etanaged
ns tinis good cause, tnpont thre- mau-renstierg stutj--et.
Tihe intcreasinig prevat:enice andr rou.ts- -
e ts oif thre .e ot inrtoxicatmng italuotr.,,er tc b ind
y i'ir sont- decris inmeaLsures to routse prubbeo
.itentioni to this dirern. evil, arid tntote rte coatmn
:s anrd efforts out tate benrevor.en; arid pa~:riotic,
it arresttg rt~s progress o mneanos stetm mtr
vissiy atd ated tat accomnphtsh threir prpjose,
tan8uchra dissemantnt ot tact- aind -ture
uments uponar the tettt.et, ats w.ouis. be uffected by
iucir a ,ttbiicationi. Thre raotr x..eriance
asd inrves.nutio.e of thre traeands t; Temrtance
in tihe Northrern states have acenmralatted ir. as.
tres ofkuowredge imad argumraents ,n this causein.
But these valuarble. materials re excluded fromn
our cosamunit. by their beintg mingled with
s celttltionts hostile to our domDes: ic Intsti;itilon.
lire only way' titeretfore, iin whicha tire interest
ing eletails arid ptowerfurl rerasoinsags. conutainted
in the Temperance .publie ations of' tire nor-h,
cant be giveni to toe public nere. is thtronth tire
columns of tire proposed ptaper. It is thus
manifest that rte best rrterests of our State; and
the progress of' tire Tetmperiance Refortmationt,
so vrtally important to public safety and hanppi
ness, w.vil be amost effee rally psromotsed by a
general circuilatissn of the Temipera nice Advocatle.
The following ptlan will regulate the publi
cation. it wil. corntamt
1. Origital cornnrfUu~ntionis and domestic
ihtelligence relative to the general subject ref
1t. Uuiinsi extraects from Boaoks, Pamphlets
and Newspapers, publisr~ed in other States to
promote the Temiperatnce cause.
111. A weekcly summrary of geseral and do
miestic Dews. pricescenrrenit. &c.
Art the frienrds oifTemperanuce, the expo.-ted
patrons of this Paper, betonig to different lie
I itical parties, and religions dlenomittatiorns,- all
dicussiones of a controversial dir sectairianit
caracter. both as to politics anid religions, will
-be -scrupuitously excluded.
The rgeterasl design of thre publication is to
furnish every family in tire State, desirous of
obt.iing it, with fallinefornation and authorntic
documents as to the direfutl evils of liitemaper
ance. arid the n..cessity of Refornation.
As tire c'ommetreemenat of a -Publication cans
only be warrantesd by a iarge subsriptiots.
strung appeal is rmade tor the 'aficers - f Temnper
..,... Soaeries. and the friends of thec caueo to
whom this Prospectus is sent, to obtahi as ma
ny subscribers as possible.
The South Carolina Iemperance Advocato
will pe jebiiied '.1 eckly. lit Coutobsa, snla I
super-ry ai sneet jetl it. contents so me Co
luiin i elescope The price to smie.crbers
wit be i wo U.iiars and Fifty Cents er di- bi
isinum. ifpaid .. adva..ce, or Three ;ofllars, at h1
tWe osose ol the year. w
In o-rder to fill die subscription without de- i
la , it is i espeectflly recomnme-Adtd to Temler. w
ance .-olcieties to subs.-ribe for a ntumber of w
copies for gratuisons distribntion. b
Tie Exen'i.ive Commitiee earnestly request
every Gentman, io wisom this Circu.ar is ad. ,
dressed, to act as agent for obtaining subscrip- u
tions, aind to irasimnit the list of sliseribeis p,
obtaind to he lt. John Bryce, Intendat of' se
Co nobia, previously to the first day of March at
Columbia Dec. 1838. t
The Road to Wealth, %
iSUiEpi FOR FIFTY CENTS. ft
Just commenced, a new and valable Monthly ti:
Pubicatwn. adapted to tih pirpeoses of every p
Farmer, and designed to propiagate all Use. c.
rni and Practical Ilm mation concerning the ti!
Silk Growing in the United :tats, entitled
TiE AMElIlCAN i
AND FARMiL-.' MANUAL.
Embellished iwith appropriate Engrurintigs. A
IE irst amnber of this higill inportant i
1 aid vahmable Work, is now reaely 1o. debti -
er% to sbsenhers. 4't b.'g I ave respec-1i.ly
to call the attention of our *niizens to the Itaise
worthy ohvets ituasi. .ew,and for dhe 1o
motion 41: wiich, it has beena I-it- is: pe ssratioti.
There ht- not probaley Ill retofore been a
fitm wiesi the utietitu; of the p:-op.' of' this N
country was iat ttich engatzged Oil the le'bct ot
the Sifk 'emijre as a. pres.'-It; ir it ti witcu ol
those who liae aiready embar ked in tiis buni
ne-s fbi; sich entire co. lides ee, not otil that st
siberal profits may bee deriveti from It. bn:
fit -h ir aisility t) jiroduce as .ood 'ilk as fca
he prucered in any part ofthe worhl it is le
sieved timt alh that is ntw n:intit.: so fully es
tablish this grea' interest in this country, with
all its vat advatitages. is nat the dis.. niinatioi.
of* lain prac ical iiAfomante..n concerning it.
and to onv'ince ootur citiz.ns of'wh.t we . ow
to be trne, viz: tial there is no more ditlicultv
abott raising a crolp ,i siifk. than there is in pro
:-t.ring a col of graisi. The capital thus lie. O
stowedyieids a fargreater return than can he li
ob.ained from ny other branch of1* husbandn.a
The ctitors have long heen neaged in tfie
.ilk cultnre, and intend herealler to give it their
entirestention. The :,atvc. made extensive
irrangetnenis fo feedinig the silk-worm. and he
cuL.ivatiig tit inviaieaiile species of ninbe'rv, s
tme iforns Motutivati-. Aned, fiin their loir PI
explerieice tin the ovcination and eie. sive co,
respo dence win: silk growers. they believe
they tqnay say wituiit tsten.atin, that ti
shall be able .0 ma.e- the A.'d ERIC N SILK- -
f iOW I-.R n:-e'ful nid eutet tainin. and to
co:n-miett iClnict' throenge it. pges in-or ..aion as
- Iltable respecting every himi.ch of the silk bit
sit:ss, as c I be elsew lier obainted ie the Uni.
ted Slates. A portion of the votk will b- devo
-ed to noting the moderiz i.--pros emeiit. -ofgri
.'uiltiure. and such imittier- :is tire generiail , use.
.'-d to ilhe culti' ators of the soil.
The Propri, tors r.-spe:i filly solicit contribn- G
tiois on Aericil tiral -il) ects ge ertally-and ilii
als.g the Silk Growing ,asiness in pamrienlar. ge
Address the l:ditors. Ward, Cheney & Broil.
ers. Onrliigton. New Jersey. at
'I'lie work w%i: he published monathlv-every it
number coiprising twenty-f eur larg'e oct:vi.
pa'es. with the addition of'a cover for adverti--e- ai
ment. &v. and at the end of' each volinme. a
complete t:ibie of tntents will be Frishisied t
subscribers. rerms unie dollara yen, psavable
i!. advance. for single subscribe.-Tw ent:
subscipiistions will he siipeied for it wimle % eit
h forwarding a inrnent ten dollar bill, free of vi
All orders for the work. potnge paid, will be
promtli aitettiet it,. if addressed to 'he Pub- all
:i.4her. C. Mlexander. Atheniian Buihiings.
Citiz..nis. Si k-Grous ers. i.'rieenimralists, atid
tthers, who wish to piocures this o ork foi- the
p~resenit time, will p ease f'rward their naomi,
andi thme ami..antt; o'sueh--ription itmm- dmi~teiy.
l.[U' :A L PlRFMuuM.
Any agenit forwardi Il100subiscribers for one
ve-w.'and at .ji50f enrreiit bank bill. wvi: he enti
th-d to te'n liouistnd sillk weerit cegg=, selecttedl
le forwarded by meail ti atny patrt of i- Uniited
Siaies at a triffitnr expese'. and which, if' prop- h
erfly attended to. ircotrdi. g to the inestrne tlouns
wlii--h ute priniigitted tee the work. trilliir/id n ~
pro/t Conisiderbly creer'idini.. the am~ount' of th -
price of suarariptuion for one' liundredrcopies. 1
Edit or.< e! papier. who aire df sironms of'eccoetra
p~inethe row bi eef Silk ini this conunt y, will
pfeiase copy this adsvertisemeen a few timt'es. and
we will fiiriish thtem with anm exechange. and al
'si oiccaisionail saip-es f~ iih.- Silk~which is mn -n
iufieteired at the ditors' extensive estabh!ishment
:tt ltnriinig'on. N. J.
7p HIE Untder-igned haves' aASneinlted of
Irtemiselvyes teogether in the prnetire' ram
of Law and Euinity int Edeeftelud Distriei. at
N. I. GR IFFIN, e
A. II I'RT'.t
Sept. 4. 18:38 tf :1 "
Iuumnprove'd Suurgeons~' Truss
jI. the radiica- "n of' (I E RNlA. inivenited
by' laiinKR CHAsE. MI. 1). Philadelphia.- -
All ori'i-s by mnail "r othierwise will be promipt
ly attended to. Address eie'r
Dr. II BURT.
Dr. E. J. .c5IS.
-Edgefield C. II. . C. '1.24
DISMbOL U TIO.V,
I N consequeiince of the removal of the' senior
.patrners of the Firm of' Labordeu $4 Miins,
the copairtnershiip is dissolved by mtutal con
sent. All persons iudebted to thie late firm, will ni
eall on Dr. Miens, who is auitiioised to settle all
accountts e M LABOR DE,
*E. J. MIMS -
Dr. Mimte will be found at his old stand, to
attend to his professional diuties.
Jan 1, I1'9 10 49
To the Public.
T HE Subscribmer, awaero from thme exces
sive drouight ofl the last -eedon.thtat many
crops of Cotton did tiot sudicient:'y m~atture.t' de
penid upion the Seed ror a su.reedling one.
Hats carelidely selected from the most matured
part of'his Crop, a few hundred bushels of'seed,
the ser'osdyear's prodn.i tfrm sed icmpoerted
direct 'ronm ifhe Petit Gnlf' Hills. which c.'ii be -
head at his planitation, ont the -Roatd from Ed.e
field to Atcestat abont iwo hundred y~ttds from
I -ri's Creek Meetinig lHouse'. 'arly applica
tion should hi' matde to secure the siell.
Jan 2, 189 d 48 J
TN the Village of' Edliefield. a Pocket Book.
conaming snnedry v'aluiable treasures. The
owner is tivited to call at thisOllice. prove' pio- *
perty.-pay for this advertisemaent, and take it I
atwayh. -. - n
Jaon 4 w '83tif49
S TOLEN, on the 11th inst. B
trom the residence or the
subseriber, on the .i artintowi
" .oadl, .weve Miles above Hait
ra tuy Horse, about filteen and a hall
m'dshigh, nine or tent -, ars old, with soee -'
hite hairs oil one marp, arid sormre iew saddie i
arkis --sway bahked a litle, round nod and bi
cll made- in goi-d eordi:r when taken away, a,
uith $1'5. The horse I hjeieve was stolen be
ku tta;m who.-e nditiC is Iticiiard Ford, % ho trl
as committed t(I~dgefieidj nil.;non the :6thl inst. k*
r tieft, and says he resides in Lincoln .o. PI
it. He is a ian of had chara.-ter. and issup- ;
):wed to have traded said horse Ilot Jar off, or re
: t him an% ay perhaps by some of his associ- L
es in Georgia. It is beieved lie has comrades la:
South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, atd ti
at he has pai tie penalty of the law at the of
I! whippiog post, as his back has been Am
el lashed and the scars have riot chIarNged G
iir color yet. Tire Jailor exatte(I hint and M
and such to be the ease. The said Ford has tr
cently been trading in horses mid miles in T
is District, and no dtoubt all were stolen pro- Ii
mrty. It is probable that he and his company I IC
rry on the businiess nit a large scale, as he is o
ought to he a noted villain.
The above reward n ilt be given for lie de- ti
r ery of the horse to me, or for proof to con.- P
ct the thief trading him. SO
GEo. 'ANDERSON. P,
Hiihtirg, Jan 22. l139 d Wd I
J? Editors in South Caroliia, Georgia and E
nhan ma y tor aps benefit the pIblIc hy si
-fio- !IF ;0b0! - V ,-+ ar
11E Copas nersiup ot I 13. 11A
RI. (,TO. & CO. was d6solved on tire
-ast. by its own imitation. All personn in
hted it, us. ire I eItested to eil! ndl .ettle uithir
utes al if Accounts, t-a we wish tio close the bit
reof ihe concern. Tiose indibte to the
I firm of (johdaron . Ivarrington. are remind
that their Note., atnd Accorint are of loi g
tinding, and further indulgence cannot be
C. L GOODWIN,
11. L. HAIRRINGTON,
B. C. BlRYAN.
'dgeficli. C. H. Jin 12. 1439 ae 50
H E Subscrihpr. have formned a Co
partiership in the AEICH.'NT TAIL- to
RING Busincss. nder tire firm if Harring
a Sr Bryan. and will k, ep coilstantly ott hand, di
..enieral assorimeint of the mtost Fashionable
rticles. in their line, that the Northern aid sa
irtherit markets will niYord. re
They feel that.kiul for the liberal patronaige
reto'o e exterd, (I towards thim. atid hope by ar
-it attention to bsitess. and a dispostlioi to gf
ea.-sC. to receive a ctittiunce of Ilte ile. se
11. L. IA itIUNiTON. ~
B. C. tYRVAN.
rt aetield r 11. Ja:- l' Is. ac 50 he
t. H. 006 & CO. be
UCCE.Sos TO tit e ni. kOB..RTSON) C
WHOLESALE. ANt REL-TAIL be
h1A.MI.Uitt', S. C. ro
I EEPt constantly onr hand a large assort- thi
ment of !)rugs, Medicines, Pawls, Ods,
'ss.Putty, and every variety of artich-s iii heir
te. .-I of whichu they wanrrant to lbe fresh kandc --
.rnine. atl wic sell oit reasorable terins.
P;uysiiicns, country .Merchaunts, arid others,
-iivited to cal and examine for thewselves,
lre purcnasitg elsewhere.
All --rders thaniakifullv received and promptly
0r ..1.:.- tr 46 I
01L . AND LEAD.
UST receis ei; amdir sale. low for cash, a
large lot of 1, insrd Oiland )o' hit Le d. of til
ions uitittes, ani of the mist approve:t ki
Also, a latrge assortment of BRillL.Ea, of e
sizes, cosiant h oni band. lt
Persons ihora: to paint,wit do well to call arid lt
aiine our stock befr intarchasting eisewhtere. a
H. 1t. COt K & CO. Druggists.
Hamhnrg, D~ec 12. Js.J3i tt' 46
P"laister' of Paris.
I L>T receivedl, a lot na Pinister o Paris,
atnd fojr sarle low biy ire bar rei, by
iI. RL. Cl) -K & Co Druggists.
[amhur;;. D~ec 12, 183, tf 40; Jo
Ther( P'emiltont M~essientgr and Greernvihle'
ntaflinieer, arte recjiuestedl to t tblish the a- L<
vat until tNrhid, arnd forwarttdith ir acconts 'I
the sub-ctobers at Hlarmbirg. !1.R.C.&Co. J
.. -- - - - - fel
acorage & Comziision b
HAMBURW, S. CAROLINA.
hi L ,nhiieribier resptctfuilly beg~s leave -
to anntornee lotthe Pttanrers anid Merchlants
tire Upprer Districts, thrat het has mtade ar
rgeein's for thre irnsuirng siasoan to Iteceive
d -eli Cotton. and atists thait hris expierienrce
thre bursiniess rind the mtanyv tm-iities inucident
his ptrsemr ocen pationi. wvill enrabtle lhim to
L ilt extiensive piatromntae.
Mereaindize arid Cotton~ Received and For
3. F. BENSOIN.
Seprt 14. 183t t' -in
$190 Re ward.a
-, i~ ANWAY fronm tire Siuscri- at
b 11 er Ott .the night of' tire 5th of~
Februaiy last, from miy place two C
miles from Hamburg, 8. C. a nregro -
mart nattoed BEN, abont f'orty-five
vears old, five feet six incites high.
'1'he above reward I wilt pay for
deliverirrg him to mte, or pauttmng himn.
jail so tlrmt I cart get him. S
THlt MAS KERNAGHAN
hinlamrr'. Mtarch 21, 183'7 tfl I
F H E~ stibscriber, from lire imuportifnities ,
of his frietnds, has concluideud sot fr to ~
:sirrie the praictice of hris profession, as to re
trend to till calls in Chrrome~ Diseases. A- a
ong these, lie would mention particularly it
crotula or Kw's Evil, Cancrer, Disentsed as
lammutt.,Chtronmie Sore Legs,&c. A hlress
*E. L CA RTLF;DG E,
Park's P. 0., EdgeField Dis.. S. C.
May IQ. tf 14
3OOK% & %TA TUON %RY.
G oodt awerune t or :clwoul .Clsasialan
ItElb Sooks, also. Cart an't Letter Paper,
ulls. Writing and indelible uok. &c. &c.
1st received by C. A. 1)OW D).
BOO UM andE .%i*4 . *
UST recived, it eood anrd complete assort
Fmerit of Ladies, Gientemen and Children's ~
'ootsn and .%aoes. nmanutmactred expressly for this ec
aket, and wvaranted godd. For sale by
Nom, B38 tfer41 C. A. DO WD
state of south Carolina;.
yis Eccelklnc;; PA'1 RICA U1Sjk. Es.
Gozernwr and Comsunder-in-chirj, in and orer
th. SwIc of Solkis Lufuna.
. HlEkEAia. pursuance ofan Act of the
V Legislature a tWis, State t;.e votes fbr
enniiber, of the twenty-sixth conjgie-s have
en counted ii tne pres.-nce o lthe Uovernor,
, Comiassiozieis appoited for (tiat purpe:rs,
Ad itappeais tha, % AsIsra Taursos, Jr. hus
een duly elected to: the Congressionid Dis
ict computied of Peindleoai and Grceiville;
R.0NCIS W. PICKENS for the Distrir t com-11.
,med of Abbe lie aned Ed'eflied; Jona K.
erIFiN, for the Listrict composed ot Lan.
ns, Xewliery, iid -Fairfield, FRASH.1s. II.
OlonE, for the Lii trict coiposed of ick1
uid, Orangeburgh. liurnwe, anad Lexing
i: JAut s RoG Es, for the District composed
Spartanburgh, Uniono, York, and le.ster;
ON CAMPBEL., for the )isiet romposed of
curgetown, Marion, Horry, Dalsng;on. and
arlbornu-ha, JOn' P .RifcH..Rauso. fir the Dis
ict coipiosed -;f Ki rsliaw, Sutiser, Laiaster,
ad Chesternitd; :OSEiRT iARNw.SL1. RETrT,
r the Di-trict composed of Beaufort and Col
ton: and is.Ac E. Hor.x:Es, for the District
Now. therefoare, I do issue this mny Proclamia
,is, notiy.ig and decating, accirding to the
lovisio.ns ofl the said Act, that ' ADDY THotmp.
*,Jr F 11. ELMORF., JAtEs RoGERS, 1". W
acRES-9, JonN K. GRIFFIN, JoHN CAMPBELL,
.3. RNErr, Ous P. RiciaRsoN, and I.
li.Es, hai a majority of votes in their re
iective Congressionad Election Districts. and
e dilv elected Zepresentavives in the Con
-ess ' the Un.ited States, firomn -hs State
Uie! under my hand, and the seal of
the State, at Colinshia. the 15th day
of' Decesnber, in the ye.ar ofour
L.S.1 Lord. uine dotsaid eiglt hundred
asi thirty eight, and ia the sixty
third year of' the Indepetndence of
the United State- of' Americ..
PATiRICK .' 1BLE, Gorcrnor.
By the Governor.
B. H. SAas. Secetary of Nratc.
Jas i. 1.39 e 48
P U.4i T UA tI i Y
Is the 1ie of B1usiness.
i Hi. nbscribers- are determined to seh
their gotods on the most reasonable terms
which they can be asoi ded. In ord-r that they
axv be enabled it, d,. so. on the usual terms of*
edit, they deem st their duty tonstifl theircus
mers. ihat tIny viil expect prompt paymeit.
All accionts are consideied due on the first
y of January of each% car, except by special
Ireeiaent; a: which time they will reqjire the
mae to ha. closest: if not, they will charge In
rest aller that iase.
Asid all accouts due on the first day of Jann
y of each year, asd not closed within three
ontls after tha. time, they -will consider them
ves at liberry to pia thema into the hands. of
officer 161r icollectioni.
In every well conducted business there sh'oald
somie pri:ciples and si es by which it is gov
nied-and y . dting the above ridaes wie shall
enabled Io do .ns:tice to ourselves und to all
neernesil. Aid what will be better, wt. shall
oiabaled to sell our goods to our cusiomers on
cedit mc nsh 1rices.
We ietirn our sincere thanks to our friends
r their :iheral patronage, and will try to serve
u. so as to maeet a continuatne of the sane.
G. L & 1-. PENN & CO.
Dec -1. 1P38 if 44
'.4a te f' "'0ti Lst11 i*l 111illa.
IN THE COMMUN PLEAS.
vs Foreign Attachment.
osepas K. Kilburn. ).
rI EU. Plaintiff iii the above stated case hav
isng. on die leth day ot' S6ptenber, 1I$.
ed lass declaration in the Clerk's Office. and
1 Delendant having sto wife or attorney
inwn to be in this sate. upon whom at cnlop
the said declaration c-an be served. It is or
red that tle sait delimnant do appear and
ike Iis defence withain a year and a day froi
D fiIing of the s:.il declaration. or final and
solute judgment will Leai aawarled asgaist him.
G EO. POP1E, c. c. p.
ns :ll, 1;it) A wt aqd 51
IN TilE t .M~U.\ PLEA S.
r's. FonEaGN ATTAcUMENT
1111-ll. Plainatift' is the above case hiavina
I. this day filed Isis declaration, ansd the iDe
isdama hiavimg no( wife or aittnorney knsown so
withini the State, upon whom a copy of said
claration, wvith a rtule to plead could lhe serv
:it- is O rdlered. :hbat thae saird Defendat di
Ieair anid muaske his defence isn the af'oresasid
tiotn, within ai year and a dasy, from this date,
final atnd atb.solute jndgmgient will be awarded
GEORGE POPE, c. c. r'.
Clerk's Office. Nov. I, 1838 ale 40
IX TilE ('0OUMON PLE AS.
W mn. B~runson,. v'.. Foreign Attuauent.
WVilliam Drumt, Debt.
I l e. Piaintihl fin this case having.on the'I 1tht
of' Septsember. filed ILs dec'lar-ation in the
lerk's 4Oflice, atnd thse Defendant having no
ife or' at'ornaey,kniowun to lbe intis State, upon
aom a caopy of the saidl declaration macy be
rved: it is therefore ordered, that the said De.
naat die appear stnd snake Isis defenace wvithin
year arnd a day, t ram thsa filing ofthle said dec.
ation, or tisnal anda absolute j'udgment will be
varded ta the said Plaintiff. .
G EO. POPE, C. C. P.
lerk's fhice, Sept'11I. 18 I eq 3
IN THE COMMO2N PLEAS.
iiampsonrKilcrease,vs. FOREIGN~ AT'TAcII
Wihev Freeman ErT Assuisrr.
H E PlanstitTias this ca~c haavineg,oa the 14th
d.say of May, 18.18, filed hisdeclarations in
e Clerk's Odtice, and thedefen~danst hasvinig no
ife or attorney. knowns to be in this State uspon
horn a copy of the saida decasruatiosn uaay be
-rved: It is thserefore' ordered.thsat the paid de
adanst do appar & mnake Ihis deafensce withina
yesar and a day friomi the filing~ of' thae said adec
iatien, or finsal asnd ablsolutae prahgmncit will be
varded to the said plaintiff.
iiE')RGti PPPE, C. c. P'.
C'Aerk's Office-. Mav !4th. h8:8 I
& tat e Oh Sohtil Catrlolilta.
IN THll EC:O.MON PLE.AS.
ohhinsa & Casiner,
vs Assumptsit Attachment.
F. lhaiif. in this case, having thin day
- ited Isis declarsation, said ahe Defenadant
avingr neither wife snor atiorney within this
tate, upon whom a copy of said declaration
in be- served; Ordered, that die h)ef'endant
led-thereto within a year anid a slay from this
nblicatiotn or the stid action will be taken pro
anfessa against lhim.
aEO. POPE. c c. r.
Clerk's Office Oct 4. 18 dan 43
IMPROV-ED PATE N T
f&O.L JA'D WOOD
COOKING STOVEv, a c.
TU 1.: undersigned has jnsritreeived a rarge
s'utapply of improved STOVES for Coal
mid Wood. of entire new pattetns, and of va
nons sizes. viz:
The People's Coal or Wood Cooking Stone
Superior to any heretofore in-use, not only on
rccount of convcnience. l% perfect manor ia
which the cooking is performed. butalso. on ac
:ouni of the ecl6nomy of fuel which it 'ffecti.
The Patent Grecian Parlor Giale,
vhich for beauty and economrexcels all othere,
producing greater effect with less'fuel.
The P'arlor and Hall Stove,
assing heat from the basement to the upper part
brongh fines into the four-corners, and through -
'dditional columns. -
The Parlor and Pipe-Franklin,
with plain and urn tops, for woolor coal,new
y.co:struc:ed with swelled back, sunk heaeth,
loor front, &c
Th Ship and Steam; Roat Stove,
:tlculated to cook for 50'or 200 Brsol; -with
mass fuel and greater convenience than anyother
iLove Hlow in use.
Also, a Variety of SMALLER- STOVES,
vith the same inprovements.
The Box 6 4- 9 Plate IStve,
jpen and plain tops, of various sizes,from2I to.
Also. American, English and Russian Star
fron. Store Pipe. Sheeting aildBrazing Cp
mcr. Block Tin, and Tin Plate.
A: of which he offiers for sale low for CASN,
Dr approved paper. at No. 16. Broad streeLat
the sign of the Cofee Pat. anddireetly opposite
the Eagle & Phoenix Hotel, Augusta
B. P. CHEW.
*,* The highest price will he given for Old
Peeter. Copper. Brass and Lead.
Atguta, Ga. Oct. 22. 183. tf 39
CLOCKS, WATCHES and
go. 242 BaOA STREET, AUGUs'rA, GA.
(Near the United States Hotd )
iZ H 1: Subscriber offers to the 'Citizens of
A -dgefield District and its vicinity a Rich
Id lashiiable assortment of
WATCH.S, JEWELETRY &a
if the latest Style and Importation, consisting
n part of the following Articles:
Gold Iidepseudent Second Watches, with
from 17 to 25 Jewels,
Gold & Silver Levers, Plain &full Jeweled,
London Duplex and Anchor Escapement
Gold & Siker Lepine and Vertical Watches,
Ladies' rich Gold Neck Chaing;6eggititn,
Gentlemen's Gold Guard and Eob CMin;
Keys, Seals, 1finger-Rigs, Breast-Pins, Ear
Gold and Silver Thimbles. Pencil Cases,
Spectacles. &c. &c.
iuntle Clocks. Flower Vans & Musicall
.A General Assortment of
SILVER TABLE AND TEA SPOONS,
SGoAn losos, SoUP LAnti.xs, CASToR & CAKE
IIAsKETs. CANDL EsrTcas. SALT SPros, &c.
A fine assornment of Itoozat., ELLIOTT's
ud W ADE & JUTCunn'S RIA ZORS, PEN
NIVES AND) SiCISSORS; also a good as
urinent of BOWIE KNIVES and D)IRKS.
JOHN B. MfURPHY.
N. B. CLOCKs aind WATCHEs carefully ro
aired. and Warranted to perform well.
.\ngrusta. Gal. 31atreni 2r. 1838 tf 0
otae o bout.. arl'.inla.
A. BIBE VILLE DISTRICT.
IN TfIlE COMMON PLEAS.
'ltoumzs L.Jtti 1. vs' Attachment Assumpsit
Iteh himbal & Cr. Attachment Assumpsi
lIE Plaintitfs in the above cases having thiis
day' tiled thaeirdeclaration, and the Defen
ats having neither wives nor attorneys.
kiownm to he in this State, ordered, that if the
aid Defendants do not appcaranid mtake their
lefe.ce, wvithins a year and a day fromt this
ate, tinal andl absolute -judgemnent shall be
forthwith given and awarded for the said
*ihisi ttac hment.
JAMiES WARDLAW, c. c. r.
Nov 22. 138 (B&T adq 45
'itate oh "~oltII nidowR.
IN THE COMMON P4EAS.
Charles Spronill, Adnu'r of) ATT1'uME,
Duty E. Lipaford, dec'd vs.> ASIUNStT.
H1E Plaint ff' in this case having, on tho
A.20th day of Mfarch. i838, filedt h:. deca
lion in my office and t e defetndant having no
avife or attorney,known tohbein this State,upon
vont a copy ofthe declaration, with a special
>rderofthe courtdorsedlthereoni,can.be serv
ed: Therefore ordered,that the said I awes Don
ahd ilo aippear and niake hns defonce w'ithin a
ear and a day fronm t he filing of ihiedecktration
s aforesaid. or fit:al & atbsulute judgment will
e r'orthiwith given and aaiarded a nmnst.himn.
'JAS. WARD A 4,c. c..
('erk's Office. 11tth Miay -~8 15
--tate of - Outh Carolina.
'IN TfI R COMMON PLE AS.
David Onzts. vs ATTACIntIENT,
WVilliam D~rum. - AssUatarr.T
T H E PlaititT in this case having this day
filed his deeluration in the Clerk's Office,
ad the tDefendant having no Wife or Attorney
known to be ini this State, upon wvhom a copy
of the said declaration may be served: Tihere
re. ordered. thuat the said defendant do appear
and make his defenice within a year and a day
from the filing of-the said declaration., or final -
and absohttte indgmtent wihlbe forthwith awvar
dd to the said Plainatiftf.
GEORGE POPE, c. c. p.
re's, Onc, rEdanilr sa,, 14, 1.e38 - 1