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T. J.Wethers, J. J. Caldwell,
J. N. Whitner, T.T.Player,
J. D. Edwards.
State ReForter, Wm. Rice.
Angus Patterson, President of the Senate.
D. L. Wardlaw, Speaker of the House of
PIIILOSOPIIICAL SOCIETY OF
On Saturday last, a number of gentle
men, friendly to the' promotion of the
cause of science, met in the Court House,
and organized a Society under the above
title, by the adoption of a preamble, set
ting forth the objects of the Society, and a
constitution for its government.
Tihe leading object of the Society is to
encourage the -study and investigation of
the great principles of physical science,
and to diffuse throughout the community.
a general knowledge of the natural scien
ces, 'y every available means.
Surely no pursuit is more ennobling and
none more conducive of good than the in
vestigation of those relations which con
nect man with his Creator. The exercise
of human reason, in prosecuting the study
of the Book-of-Nature, on whose pages
are prominently inscribed the Power, Wis
dom, and Goodness of God, seems to be
in strict accordance with the intentions of
the Creator, in the bestowmeet of this
high faculty. The organization of associa
tions for such purposes as these is calcula
ted to effect much good, and should not be
disappointed.of its legitimate results from
want of support. This Society, there
fore, claims the attention and the foster.
ing care of the community, and we com
mend it to its generous patronage and
support. Let it not share the fate. of sim
ilar societies throughout our State; and
though a small beginning, let it not Ie de
spised, but let-it be confidently looked to
as the nucleus around which shall grow a
continally progressive increase of know
ledge, the importance of which shall be
known and felt for years to come, by the
vast amount of good which it shnll dis
pense. Let its leading daject, the mental
improvement of all classes of society, in
every department of nature, be distinctly
kept in view; and let no good man with
hold- his support from a cause whose oh
ject is so emphatically good. Let all be
come members, and thus furnish encour
agement to those who have already em
barked in the cause, and also pecuniary
aid for the procrement of those tneans,
which will more effectually carry into ex
ecution the laudable designs of the Soci
ety. Thus will the whole community es
pecially the youthful portion of it, be fur
nished with the best means for the acquire
ment of interesting and practical know
The Society, according to the provision
of its constitution, holds its stated meet
ings in the Court House, on the second
Mlonda) evening in every tonth, at which
time the attendance of the public will be
The following persons were elected of
ficers of the Society, for the term of one
WV. B. JOHNSON, D. D. President.
HI. BURT. Vice President.
R. T. MIMS, Secretary.
E. J. MIMS, Treasurer.
The next meeting of the Society, as will
be seen by reference to their advertise
mnent, will be held on Monday evening the
10th inst. ia the Cottrt House.
R. T. MIMS, secretary.
Translations from the French;
EtT THE EDITOR.
From a Poem by Delille.
Without care for the morrow-without re
gret for the evening, the infant plays
and sleeps, and awakes to play once
Too feeble as yet, his heart cannot contain
the past, the present, and tbp mighty fu
ture. His soul is scarcely sufficient for
the present moment. The present to
him,is every thing. A corner is his em
pire-a toy his treasure-a point to him,
The evening to him, is a distant future
a day is eternity.
The whole man is concealed in the infant,
as the little acorn contains the mighty
From a Poem, by Legouve.
Who ean number the kind deeds of a mo
theri Scarcely do wye open our eyes
t'o the day, and breathe the vital air, ere
we receive from her, the first lessons of
tenderness and Iove.--Her heart is
touched by our earliest tears.-Our first
griefs awaken her solicitude.-By her
mDost tender cares, she makesus feel the
first delights of happiness.--By her first
efforts, she assists our reason, and our
language.--She is worthy to receive
from us, the homage of our first labor,
and our first success in the world.
From a Poem, by J. Racine.
Thou restorest the son to his trembling
mnother.-By thee,the young wife hopes
to be utnited for a long course of time, to
her belm-md hushand.--The laborer,
charmed by thy return, fears no more
that a foreign hand will reap prema
turely, the crop which he has sown.
Thou dost deck our gardens with a new
grace. Thou dost render the day more
serene, and the eath more beautiful.
Let us sing! Let u, sing of Peace, which
renders all so, happy.
Ureat God! n hose sole presence upholds
nature, and preserves the haritony of
the Universe-thou nho, fron thy im
moveable throne in.the empyreum, seest
roll under thy feet, all the celestial
spheres, without jarring, and without
confusion- n ho, from thy husomi of re
pose, dost create at every moment, their
mighty motions, and alone dost regulate
in profound peace, the inlinitenumber
of heavens and of worlds-restore, Oh!
restore a calti to this agitated earth!
Let there be silence once niore!-Let
Discord and War cease at thy voice, to
thunder forth their distractingclamor!
A MORNING WALK.
While the dew-drops still moistened the
leaves and the grass, I went forth to
breathe in the midst of a parterre en
amelled with llowers.-All my senses
were open to pleasure.-ly imagina
tion tenderly moved, strayed towards
every object, and roved 'ith delight
froi Ilower to flower.
.'Twas the morning of a beautiful day in
surmlmer. The air vas fresh and light
-nature was smiling and ahimated.
The bustling world was yet plunged i,
sleep. Interest had suspended his cal
culations. Dissipution wearied out, rest
ed her guilty head. All was serene and
tranquil. My soul was' calm--my
thoughts serious and cheerful. The joy
ful lark has left her nest-I see her sail
in the air-she salutes the rising day
she calls the laborer to his toil, and the
birds to the concert of nature.
How sweet it is to muse, while trampline
under foot the herbage, yet moist with
dew, and breathing the freshness of the
pure and tranquil air! This pleasure
is lost to you, ye children of eff'eminacy!
How insensible is tht. slothful man! How
wretched is he! He abandons half hi<4
life to sleep, the mourtful image of
From the Charleston Mercury.
THE VtRGINIA ELECTIONs-It will he
seen by the news copied from Washington
and Ric.'hnond papers. that theresuits in
fifteen Congressional Districts have been
gained with reasonable certainty. They
give to the Administration ten and to the
Whigs and Conservatives, five members.
The remaining six districts were before
represented by four Administration, one
Whig and one Conservative. It is scarce
ly.possible that the Administration should
fail lf a tmajority ofRepresent atives. The
changes in the State representation indi
cate the satme result there, and Virginia
may pretty safely be set clown to the Ad
TnEY. VIGNrA ELEcTIoN.-The Mail
of yesterdy did not, as we atnticiptated,
bring decisive intelligence. The folw
ing list of "members of Cong~ress elected"
we copy fromn the Richmond Whig, ad
ding one name from full returns in the
Whigs and Con. Adm.
H-Ienry i Wise, John WV. Jones,
John Hill, Joel Holletman,
John M. Botts, Francis E. Rives,
Charles F. Miercer, Geo. C. Drotmgoole,
Win. L. Goggin, Linn Banks,
John Taliaferro, Walter Coles,
R. M TP. Hutnter, Williatm Lucas,
James Garland, Robiert Craig,
There are two or three otn the Whig list
te election of which is not so fttlly cont.
irmed as to be beyond doubt. These are
Mercer, Gnoggin, atnd Tahiaferro-in whose
districts the contest was very close. The
friends of the Independent 'jreasury have
no cause to regret the success of Mr. Hun
ter, who has been from the first a warmn,
true, and able vindicator of that great mea
'From the Globe May 28.
VIaalNIA ELEcTzoNs.-WVe have re
eived the following returns to day;
Johnson, (Dem.) late member, 717
Shinn, (Dem.) 439
Camden, (Fed ) 583
The followizr letter from Wheelintg
shows that Steitnrod, (Dem.) is elected by
the largest ma'jority ever obtained in the
WHEELING, (Va.) May 25.
"Steinrod is elected; his majority now
stands ins Brooke, Ohio, Marshall, Tyler,
and Monongalia at about five hundred and
eighty, which will itn all probability be
raised by the return from Preston to seven
hundred and fifty!"
In the -district represented in the last
Congress by the Hlon. John Taliaferro, the
Fredericksbnrg* Arena (F'ed) claims his
election by seventeen mnajority. To make
that majorit9, otnly sixty majority is set
down for Grayson (Dem.) in Northumber
land county. Our information from that
county, and from a Wh~ig too, is that
Grayson had eighty majority-at 12 o'clock
on the clay the polls closed. wvhich. it was
probable wotuld be increased. If Grayson
obtained eighty majority in Northumbher
latd,he is elected, allowing the halance of
the retaurns in the Arena to be correct.
We stated yesterday that Francis Scod t,
(Dem.) w'ae electedl in the Caroline Dix
arit, in the place of R. M. T. Hunter, late
member, (Stub-Treasury Whig.) The
Fredrikshntre A rena, of to-day, says that
Mr. Ilutaer is re-c!cctcd by mere thatt one
hundred majority, but does not give any
James B. Thornton, (Fed.) is elected in
the Caroline Disrict-Federal gain.
Major Charles Hunton, (Dein.) is re
e1ected in the Prince William District.
I'his, we believe. closes the Senatorial
-lection for this year, and gives the Deimo
eratic party four majority in the next Sen.
H1oUsE OF DELEGATES.
Mecknu4arg County.-Democrats c
leeted-Denocratic gnti one.
Sorthumberland County.-Democrat e
Ifestnoreland County,-W. G, Walker,
limpr,cticable Whig.-that is, will Hot
%oie for W. C. Rives for Senator-re-c
King George County.-E. T. Tayloe,
(Fed.) re-elected by four majority.
Aarshall County.--:Derm ocrat elected.
Democratic gain so far in the House or
Federal gain in the Senate, 2
Democratic nett gain thns far, 10
Frorn the Southern Patriot of thc271h ult.
jaIPOR'ANT FRo31 FLOtLt DA.-Me un
dersianal that Gen. Macomb, who arrived
here this morning from Floridt, on his
way to Washington. aus indueed theChiels
to conse'ut to call in all their stragglitnt
parties, -fanl retire immediately below it
line prescribed by the General, there to re
main until further arrangements shall e
tatade by the Government. All hostilities
are to-cease o bot hi sides. The American
iroops are tii occupy-a line ol posts acrobs
the Peninsula to prevent the Indians from
crossing above that line into the seitle
ments. The Indians seemed well satisfied
withis arrangement, and the general
impression among the inhabitants was,
that no further dilliculties will be experi
enced tn Florida, at least for the present.
The kind treatment experienced by those
Indians who came in at the invitation of
Gen. Macomb, has tended to restore -on
fidence, and will go very far to smooth
difficulties. 'The success ofGen.M aconb's
neasures in ptting an end to the contest
in Florida, during the seasonwhere tmili
tary operations could not be carried on,
must be as satisfactory to the country, as it
is creditable to the General himself.
We have been favored by Gen. Macomb,
with a copy of the subjoined General Or
FORT KING. (Fa.) May 18,1839.
GENERAL ORDER No. 6.
Chief. has the satisfaction of announcinig
to the Army in Florida, to the authorities
ofthe Territory, and to the citizens gener
ally, that he has this day terminated the
war with the Seminole Indians,. by an a
greement entered into with Chitto ruste
nugge, principal Chief of the Seminoles,
and successor to Ar-pi eka. commonly
called Sam Jones, brought to this post
by Lieutenant Colonel Harney, of the 2d
Dragoons, from the Southern part of the
Peninsula. The terms of the agreement
are, that hostilities immediately cease be
tween the two parties. that the troops of
the United States and the Seminole and
Mickasaukie Chiefs anti Warriors, now at
a distance, he made acquainted with the
fact that peace exists. and that all hostili
ties nre forthwith to cease on both sides; the
Seminoles and Mickasaukies agreeing to
retire into a district of country in Flortda
below Pease Creek, the boundaries orl
which are as follows, viz: beginiing at the
nost southern pmt oiland bet ween Chari
lotte H arbor, and the Satnybel, now oppo
site Sanyhel Island, thence into Charlotte
Harbor hvy the Sonthern Pass, berween
Pinel1lum'd iad said Point, alotna the Eas
tortn shiore of sa id Iliarbor to~nalak Chopkot
or Pease Creek, thence up that river to
Hatchiek-Thloko. or Big Creek, thence
up said Creek to its source, thence Easter
ly to the Northertn Point of Lake Istoe poga,.
thence along the Eastern outlet of said
Lake, called lstokpoga Creek, to the Kis
simmne river, thence Sotuthwtrdlly dlown the
Kissimmie to Lake Oke-Chtbee, thence
South t hrough said Lake to Echa-la-hatch
ee or Shark river, thence dlon a said river
Westwardly to its mouth, thence along the
seashore N. Westwardly, to the place of
begianing; that sixty days be~ allowed the
Indiatns North and East of the Boundlary,
to remove their families and effects into
said District, where they are to remain
until fturther arrancements are made, un
der the protection of the Troops of the
Ut'ted States, who are to see that they
he not mtiolested by intruders, citizens or
foreigners, antd that the said Indlians dIt
not pass the limits alssignted them. except
to visit the posts wisich will be hereafter
indicated to them. All persons are there
fore forbidden to enter theDistrict assigned
to said Indians, withotut written permnissiotn
from some commnandingt officer of a mihta
(Signed) A LEX. MACOMB,
By command of the General,
E. Schriver, Capt. and Ass't. Adj.Gen.
From the Newo Orleans Pieaymnec
Dntsos aN Mrusissrp.-A lamenta
ble affair occurred at Jackson, Mississippi,
on the 15th inst. It appears that Gov.
McNntt wvas contemptuously spit upon by
R. L Dixon, the clerk of the Chancery
Court, .aome few weeks siaice, and that one
A. J. Paxton thought it to he his duty in
the publlic papers to wipe off the stain.
This is the origin of the affray, and here
is the sequel given in the Natchez Courier.
It is an extract from a letter dated Jackson
16th May. We wotuld wish to abridge it.
bhnt there is such a chain of circumstances
that we cannot well do so. The writer
On yesterdayR.L.Dixon,the clerk of the
Chancery (Court, at tacked A. J. Paxton in
the Rotuda of the Capitol and cave him
a vet-y sev'ere caninc, for atnd on accotunt
of a publication of Paxton's which appear
ed in the Mississippian of the 3d inst.-1
Judge MlcKiniley of the United States
Cot. (then in session in the capitol.)
fied Dixotn $500 for cottempt of Court.
In the evenine Mr. Paxton and his friends,
about twenty in ntumbler, prepared for~ at)
atack onDixon,bv arming themselves with
gus andl pistols, and placed themselves
in a hotuse by .which D. wa sure to pass
in goin; to his omeie. D.' hearing this,
prepared himself for defence by taking
his stand n toie street, where he stod lotr j
hall an hour,n hen P. sent him a cliallenge
which D. would not a.-cept, assignmll is5
his reasns, Liral hie had a luerai I tlive ,
and shoutld he accept a ciallenge, lie woult
lost. it, and by tlt-e law lie de'niarret ir0111
the privileCe ofever ag.altI holding all of
lice It fle State. Paxtooi Iil-I Came outi
anld conIittieeed advanlcing oil Dixionwh'll )
told blu11 thal t* li' e suiVultil fu1*l . , Or m
would t' at Ile risk otIla liil, ilt . illel P
sltpped matd denoucedil D. ,inil Ihel re
fired, when tile crowd al:noist -unuhaiiilne
,nli.ly shonted a Il for Dixon,''- en
jHere the maitter of yesterday seems likely -a.
to stop. er
But this evening, tile old Parish .1ulge vn
McKinley, of tile C;lled Slates Court, ai
ter adjournig court. and im his viy to "
his room, had lbia nose pulled severely, 1y1
a Air. James 1-. Boyd, a ytog man wilo ,e
had Keen acling us adiicer of Ile cour:, du- e.
ring the aforesaid affray tietwesven D. til
P. & who or not interfering was called -a ne
stupid jackass" by Judge MLKlnley, for in
wiiell lie 1111 hIs slollul pubevd, &c. &e. do
lie (Boyd) isjustified by every ),m: whom*1 a
I have heard speak of the matter, and.
will be tustuirn d." ert
From the Gdlatia (.iss.) Star of May 11. be;
The Circuit Court ) of Capianl CouintV, oil
convellell its sesmnll i Illhis place oll Mull- IIo
day last, Jud;.e .Molger presiling; conse- ill
quenitly our* towln I lierally jammed witi
strangers of every descriltion.
QuAsH! QuAsn! Q(uAsul:1.!-Goi irr
Going, Gone.-The motion docket at tills ;
term of the Court is cron ded more thais iml
we ever knew it. Int almost every in- bit
stance where I bond was taken at tilt- lst
tcriof the court.there is a motion to <luash IlL
it, which has been sustained boy his ioiIor"
Jud::,e Monger,poni the ground generally. flr
that the bonid was blank at the time it was rei
delivered to the Sheriff-and in many in- Si
stances for a variation het weren the exe
cution, and bond. It has :ilordeid great 11il
temporary relie to many of our citizfren, C'
whose propertV would have been in all ec
probability, sacrificed. till
The Directors of t4e Western Bank of 14
Georgia, (savs It( Western Georgianl,)lmet an
on Monday the 20th tilt. and belbir 4 o' el
clock on Tuesday eveninit following, had il
committed to the flaimes. opwards of, Iwo (til
hundred and sixty-five thou-and dollars of ""
their redeemaed Bills. Forty thousand dol- !
lars of their issues are still iln irenlalion, l
which they are deternined to redecem s i
soonkas possible. The Bank. we are ill
formed, by those who are moslNt conversaInt Pil
with its affairs, is Ultotzether solvelt; aunlfl C.
will again resumo utinie'ss in some short cl
time. The Directors meet on tile 18il "Y'
MICHIGAN GIaRAL I3A KiStLAW.- I
We learn bv flit Deiroit Free Press. that du
the Michigan Legislature, at .ts hle ses- tiv
sion, annulled tile general bankina system sel
of that State. [f any peron sl.ll hereaf di,
ter attempt to exercise hanking powers lun
der the law, t is declared that hie "shall ;
Ie deemed gnilty of lelnny. ;amI shall be e
fined in any s11m not exceeding ten ihou- a
sand'dollari. and confined in the States da
Prisoi not more than ten.nor less than one co
year." These penalties, ifstrictly enfor
csd,will preity elletually cripple the wild lh
eat operators. No associalion which was
not'orgainized and doinur bisi:ess for six teil
moinths precediln the passage of the late C.I
act, and Which has not deposited with the
auditor general tile securities required by Fl
law, shall hereinfier he allowel to traisner Oa
any husiness. except smch as may be no- 1
sessary to%% ind up its ahiirs. Fill
iMrTAnTrw Dr.:esio.-TheChanebi - ret
lor oIf' Ithl Stare oft New~ York, has1 rect- it i
ly decided thlal if' it is 21 part of an aree- mer
ment l'or ih loa o011(f money,1' that thle bor lie
rower shall lake tuneorret hil s at a high -
er rate thanl their' actual val1ue in cash or
enrrent fundilI., the luan is nislrio~us. The11 B
whiere 21 loan1 is s:-curedl by ilhe trainsf'er elf'
stock. wirh a stiplartioin that thle lender i
shlall have ihe privilege of' laking a patt'
thlereof' in full 52atisfatIion of tile lonn-lihe V
parties atl thle timei of' the agreementit, anl tic
ricipatinlg a great increaise mI the valule of no
the stock-the trantitlon is u1surionls.
Thmat wvhenever tihs lenider stipulates eveni 0
f'or thme chance of' an advantalge hecyond thetn
regal interest, thle contract is usurious, if'
he is entitled. by rhe agreemient, to have -
the money lent, with thle iatere'st thereon, C.
repaid to him at all eve'nts.-Bal. Chiron it(
There wrere forty applic'ations for dli- -
vorea, at a late term~ of' the Supr'e'me Court
of' Ohio.--We will venture ro classifv
them-by husbands 3, byJ wives:17. Of
the latter, the can-es nsi::nced were as fbI
hows- cruelty 13. infidelity 9. abandon- 11i
ment auud ref'usal to suppiort 15. Of' thle in'
:37 husbands thus comlplalinled of' by wives. inu
27vere dlec'idlely initemperante, andt 9 .
"moederate drinkers." lIn thle thiuree tap
plicatieons hv husbands, the causes assign
ed wvere, infidelity 2, elopemuent I. Inu all (
thr'ee cases, the wvives were thriven to thts, es
by the cruelty and intemtper'ance of the by
husbands.-Western Paper. tii
"2he silken tie thazt binds twos willing hearts." Fr
MA RRIE D
In PBarnw~ell Distr'ict, S. C. on Thurs
dlay evenine the 23d1 ttr. M r. E. L. Whau- -rec
ley, oIf Beeech Islanld, teo Mliss E'lizabeth, fl
daughter of' J. .1. Lawton. or
Philosophical Soriety. r
A R EGULA RC .ileeting~of' this .incie'ty will
Abe held on Mondtay eve .illa, the 10th
inst. at early candle light,'in the Court House.
Members are desaired to be punctual in their
Thle public generally are invited to attend.
It.T. MIM S. Secretary.
Julne 3. 1839 a 1
To Parents and Trustees ho
OF AICA DEMIES. -' hit
A TEACH ER who has Ihad aihoiOtten years ""h
j.eprecC'. in emuhrelltinlg Commonn thl
Schools aed cademaies, andI is caipahhl' of'tenceh- sa
ing all the brnhnches usuqjliy taught in) English IC
Seminaries, is desirons 'of' proenrine a -School tn'i
in this or nn adioilnig District. Neighborhoods $E
or Academies nceeding a Te'rachier. bei directing ,
ai ltter to thel 'Edgeleld Advecrtiser, will be
promptly answered. th
Sn.b 4.. jin) .19 . Ito
SioL utiPis ar a Veg t.iile .ilud Uiver
SA.i Aliic .ac, proved by ill. ex1terience
t.A1.:tUdS 40 be. wItn p:-operly !reISU% er d
Lii. it c:R r.1i. CiM In everV Urili0 ot ile .iNLY
m L)isE. . l .111 . :.. tile sa .: origit, :ilid
ar;.*i, ar:.e Iro:n the U.. 1V&.u'SIAL
). )T Li .ti diseases, .tiely, 1.11 't iITY,
11liisie1 IXT r-irenmation 0; thle O0U.
li a period of litie more than aree years ii
U'1.edi States, tli:4 nav- restored ;o I stite
Hi-.A.rH .imd en joyilnii, o\er ON. HU
!-.) i'il --jUANO persnis, who were giv
over aa nil.-ab.: by potysiciais of:leu first
ni and stamndtil-. aii in iany en's witen
:ry other remutly, had beun resorted to in
. all cases iofPaiii or Weaknesas. whether it
c.iroile- or receai. wiLether it be tienfivs
painl tilt ate Sil. wViit: bet it ai.i, ir-oncoistitil
mi ol irom some iimiediaie cause. whe..er it
Iroon i iern,i r ext riil inijry, it will be
-ed by pereverim; in tin-: ol'these Pills.
tlis: :rcn iueipsei of "PUGING'in sick
s is begm:a tobe pplriecited. It isfoinad
ch More coinvenieit ;o take an occasiotal
e ol' all a dhoz&Ien Pills. ;inl be. ab %. ys well.
in to end :or a Doctor and it bid. bl:-teeid.
I -a!ivate:-n ii ti.e c.:riiaiy inat ifyou are
kil.ed. you are siire to have notIhs of mis
lile weak ness.u.1ndl the jnlv one who is bene
Ad is ,ir Docto. Look at lie dilbrence
.weti the :alpp ance of tlhei in " pe-rson
ilas bien trea-tid by yoir reglinar pralti
'ir-see low pn t! and debili:aied e li is. see
v tae s:m.ado.w of (!*:Ith hrews his solitary
uve firomi li- emaiaetied coil iennice, See
,v lie tr. m;l--s in w. eiry im': his eye-s stink,
-eeth de-trayed-iis col-ntitoiontei et haps,
\ oc:lv go e-vet. tisi iea how tlei otc
arrogtme.-i t i.ilfcredit. ;Ho .i." 4:
eterate ease iof* liver complaint'-'''nothing
t.ie mot . nergeic re.iedies surcd hiaim.'
ergnc ~cauns i~. lerenry anid Blved
riitud hi- coistitution. bel:er -ay. So lto
V i'e ol, 11mat half1 pmim u% ithi 11hat com1
ter of* thel te;!h and gums1-.\l::ltY
1 positively maunke a man mi -erable the -ud
mainader ofhi< exience; ihis is alel curingr.
Let us tuow look at your "pIrged" mn--the
ii woo has ak.-n lr::ndretl's Pil s f'ir Liver
mplaint-lhe has th- fir.. elastic triead of
i-ciotts strength, iis counteiimice is clear
1 serene, his. eve is fill and *pi klinr with
feriiiui of now Olf and unim:irioi: he has
M contlinted a fIv days to his bed. hnt lie
-d noiiing bit the Tru Orlnua.ruc PiLT.s.
I soon role wihonay i' v bein. ststni'
b% his:-ons-4titin. litii'fbigmnh
I wra. sita .;m- will be -aroiger aftir lie his
ire.y recoveied the atat beanse li. bloot
I Inids hma e becime purified. and havitar
rge awaV the o.d Iad miure fluids. :he sol.
:ire thereby renov:teil, and hiee is not horne
vii by utseless Iarticles. but has renewed his
- al body lotl.
rhis tprinei;l ofpuraing with Bratidreih's
Is rem.,v s ithinitag hll the utseless anutd le
-I particles firom tie hodlv.-the morbid and
-rnpt humors of the blood those hI nmors
ich cause disease-they impedle the finic
its of the jiter wheni they settle upoi that
rn, and which when they settle inon the
tswles, proilte rheinmitiim; or, I .m the
-ves lerodee _ out; or. 1pon th li dhgs pro
-e conmalptionl; ilr. npion the intesAtine, co,
ness; or. iipon the linings of the bltood ve.+
5. a1opliiexy and par:alysis. and all the train of
orders so iiiaichItoly t0 the sulltrer and ill
o behold them.
re-s. p'tr ing these Iumors from the body
the trie einre fir all these complaints. anel
-rv other form of disease; this is oe mire
ertion. it is at demons-rable truth. and each
r it is exttnding itself. lar and wide it is be
eingz knowi. and more &k more appreciated.
Pie cnre by ptrgi mn:ay more 'epend upon
laws whtich l)rodultce sweetness or puriiy
i IM:tv he gienerally inn";[iled. Wl:itever
dI to stauiat wil prodntee si:kness. be
use it tends to pttreiiCtion. therefore the e.
sity ofremistait exercise is seen.
\iheit enst-it e.tercise catmot lie used
0i1 ANY ( \JS .. tihe occaional use .
mAl i:orcis: is A B)LW.'TLY recinir
Tins the COSNITS of tiet( Broon, the
;sr.u or rOFre are kept Imre from those ini
it mniis'rim health. Thit. mIIrbe I hnmorI
p~rev,- ted from becoin mi ed with it --
s m-ntre which is thus assisted thirenehI ti..
ns and outlets which she has peovided :h.
)uu!.soattru'< ')rrmc:s itn New York.ar
Bit \W.J'~1)V 4Y. I 7 IIimisont streeit. andi 27
ery. lutcren Prinec nnd |iutnss
Leware of coutierhits. Dringrists MrVts
)nly p'ace iin Charleston for Bruirelh -
getabi Unaiversal Pills, which is my owtn of
toanh opened fur the exelnsive supply. 1)1
70-M EI.TING'-ST R ErT-70,
le dour from i I reen1. i- i th ny iclace for the
e Brandriethi Pills. Price 25 cents per box.
th full directionis.
13. BR AN DR ETIT, M. D).
rlie Gesusr Bratndreth's Pills are sold by
A. DOWl). Edr'efield C. H. and PtAit
)TT & YOUNG, H~amburg, 8. C.
F M th de subscriber otn the
9h of .M1ay. a slim sorel
Horse. 7om 8 years ol. about 15
-(. hiands high. Ainy person taking
up il and coniveyintg word to tme, on Saluda,
below Island Ford, shall be peid for 50 do
'the Augusta Stage Isoad, near Mount
P Vintage, a Bunarh of Keys, with a seul andI
kscrew attached. The owner can have themt
paying'for this advertisement. Apply at
AIsichorb Bolting Clothiw.
p,,mc clbraedimannflctory of De fom r Co.
if the Procince of Saint Gaul in SeiL:crlanud.
r1 H E Subscriber has .inst received a full ias
Lsoriment of the above boiting Cloths. di
't frotm the manuifactnrers, comp~rising all the
mhlers used either in ordinary conntry ilLs.
for the finest mntehatntable Flour, wvhich will.
sold 2'> per cent. less than ever offered ini
ill cloths bought of the subscriber are war
sted in every partienular.
WVi1 B. STANLEY.
Dolumbia 5. C. May .27, 1939 c 17
S TOL EN fromi the subscriber
..oi the night of the 14t.. inst.
a darkb browon (uea~rly h:ack) horse,
S..-rather of the pony size. Saia
rse has the following muarks, viz: a blaze in
face, the hetiers C. P. branded on his hind
Ifore leg. aildinhlisgaithe liftshIishied feetso
tthey are much worn. Any person returaiing
I horse to mc. living on the ive Notch fload,
-e miles above White Ha'l. A bbeville Dis
t will be patid $10. or for the horse and thief.
o. W. I::NRLY CALHOIIUN.
W ay 27, 1%A c 17
Fhc Antrnsta Conistitutionalist will publish
above three timts nal forward ih- ecount
am inmithvills-AM ille DistrieftS.'C:
DEMOI4 TT ION.
r H H . C. partnership 4111 L.JEFFERS& Co.
- ofillanburg, South Carolina, was dis.
sol .. cn the 1st of August, 1838. by mutual
cenoent. All irnsettled business of the concern
will be attended to by 11. L. Jeffers.
H L. JEFFERS.
1amburg, May 2 ISO) ac 16
bhg leave nost respecttully to inform my
fii.-ids, and the public generally, that Mr.
ll0PIurnaris HOULAVARE has a.,soctated himself
witI me, and that the. business will hereafter ho
done ider the inamie of JEf FElRS .' BOUL
WA'.-RE. and hope that a Gontitionation of the
:ihera. patron;:e bitherto bestowed. will be
merited and received.
II. L. JEFFERS.
Mar 1339 ac 16
IN H.1MIulW, S. C. .
T H E Sub;-cribers lher leave to inform theis
friends. and the )lublic generally. that
her have asciated theiumselves together in the
T-',vnt of f laiuilg, for the purpose of trans
acting a g:eneral
Groery and Commission Business,
i which capacity they offer thmuselves to the
public. und ho'. by a strict and close attention
to lnsin"-s. to r,-ceive a liberal share of pitron
age. Their Stock shiall e'ver'be composed ofthe
r.4t c!oie antid we! I selemied articles usually
kept in a Grocery and Stwdile Dry Goods line.
All Orders, or 'leters addressed to them, for
any artie e. or bitsiness on Commission, shall
meet with careful ntiion aid despatch.
HENRY L JFITERS.
1UM P Illt EYS BOULIVARE.
nmburg. May 13, 1839 c 16
Momebody, Look at this:
T Alii:N from the Stable of the subscriber,
at March Court, a Saddle, with skirM
stutii-d in front. abouut half worn; worth, when
new. att $2. Also, a Bridlc and MartingaI -
without a collar.
There was leil in place of the above a plain
Saddle. black around th. edge of the skirt,
with a leather 8tircingle attnebled to it, and pla
tel stirriups. Also, a snaffle bridle, with round
checks new head stall. and old reins. The
owner of the plain saddle is requested to return
the stithfel saddle, without further trouble, as
the ,-xchangt tist be known by this time, and
is not .ntisitetory. C. J. GLOV ER.
May 7. H-IM tf 14
CzilSVC CoA. FAee SCiaooiS, I
F.Dr.EFi:i. Feb. 6th, 1837- 5
R ESO )ED that the Teachers of Free
Schools. in the District of Edgefield. be
ruinir,-d to preeent their accoenuts quarterly to
tme Board. otherwise they will not be received.
By order of' the Board.
Mav 11. 1-39 b 15
t fallotrine gfentlemen are appointed Cow
missioners of l'cei Schools for Edgefidd Distrid.
hioias Scrry. John IHuiet, Abram Kil
reas', G. C. R obertsnn, B. Roper. Musco Sam
uel. Lewis Holmes. P. F. Laborde, P. Bland,
John Anlerson, V N. Moore. David Ardie,
.en S.- ing & Summer
I 000 S.-The subscribers beg leave to in
N hortm iheir friends, and the 1ublic geier
ally, that they have jusi received a large assort
8taple & Fancy Goods.
suitable for :he season. Embracing almost
every variety of Fancy Goods. that are usually'
kept in this market Tbeir Goods have been
selected with great care, and they feel confi
dent that they are able to give their customers
satisnction, with regard to prices and quality.
They invite their friends, and customers, to
enll an:1 examine their Stock, and buy Goods
at low price's.
Thev feel thunkful for past favors, and hope
in terit a continntance of public patronage.
NICHOLSON & PRESLEY.,
March -2I. l.t'9 if 8
. ROM the subscriber, en the
. ." i'14th of~ April. 5 miles from
j1 ' Ha-oharg, e'n the stage road to
-e ., EdeLfiucId C. H.n dark grey Mare,
abott4 yeatrs old.:.atd het ween 13antd 14 hande
hig I. Site had ihseratches 'an one of her hind
feet; the fetlock isor wats cut off that foot. Her
tail moastly white and at dim star onlher fore
head. Atny intormtation will bc thankfutlly re
.eive-I di10 reward will be given for the de
ivery of the mare.
\fay 27, 1839 d 17
A ,Pair of Carriage Hor
.L..ses,young, active and
A Two Horse ifaggon.
May 20 1839 c 16
S hereby is en, that a P'etition signed by
thde citizens at Edgefleld Cotnrt House, will
S-pee ted't the Honor~able the Senate and
lose ofhRepresentatives of the State of South
Carolinia, at trs next session, for the incorpora
io of the Village of Edgefleld,
STOL~EN otn .londay night, the 8th instant
i m the residence of Capt. E. B. Belcher,
n Patent piker h atch, with a Silk Braid Chain,
unde at Brass Key attached to it.
. Whosoeveer 'will deliver the said Watch to
the subscriber and proof sufficient to coniec.
the thief, shall receive the above reward.
RICHARD M. JOHNSON.
April 17 1839i tf 11
A LARGE atmount of tnotes and accounta
due to Lorrain Geddings, foirmerly of
Huburg. has been placed in the hands ot'the
subscriber. with the positive.direcnont to sue
upon all such of' themn as are not settled on er
befrc the first Monday in Junie next
J. P. CA RROLL, Attorneg.
May 2, 138 if1
Fresh Famiy Groceries,
; MONG which are
Cubad Laguira. and Rio Coffee,
Porto Rico and Newv Orleans Sugar.
Ne w Orleans ande Cuba Molasses,
Hyson, Lmperial and Black Tea,
Rice. &c. &c. For sale by
C. A. DOWD.
April I, 18:19. '- tf 9
ALARGE anapply of superior LEMON
-SYR UP, a delighi ful Beverage for the
Seuieiter season. For sale by the bottle and
gallon. by H. Rt. COOK & CO.
H aumre, A pril 10, 1830 tel1l
. ApprentiCes Wanted.
.\.or itvo Boys., from 14 to 16 yeaersd
mg6., who can read and write well, il
6 fa~eb ru?'pe bW atthis tUjife