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Cohinoilin, S C July 5. 13 '.
T."g HIER EAS, tionnation has been receiv
ed at this eleartmem, :btat Wili..m
Ilucks, late ot St. Stephens Parish was mazir
tiered by two fagitive Slaves named Cienry
and Phillis. oil the 17th da \ oiJ line last. in the
Parish ofSt. Joha Berder. w:ile conveving
said fAIaitive*s to tiae Walk onse in Charleston.
NOW K.NIOW, YE, that to the end jnstice
may be done. and tha, the perpetrators of this
atrocious murder n:t be brought to legal trial
and vondig punishinti, I do hercby offera re
vardof TulRE.. IIUNI)ItE) aid .IFTY
DOLLARS tbr thoirapprehension and delive
ry ito some Jail ol'this State. or wo Hundred
Dollars for the apprehensioin of lenry aloeand
iis delivery into so1me Jail, or one hundred and
fifty ;)olltrs Ir the apprehension and de!ivery
of Phillis alone into some Jail of the Sta:e.
The descri -tion )fsaid slaves by the witnes
ses before the Jury of Imptest is as folows -
Hec:!rv is des--rbed as rathera ligitcoloi ed biack
of miadle height. stout in his tramo. about 30
'years ofiac, a remarkably thick neck. and one
of his small toes turtling out Phillis is ofcom
mon size. of a dark complexion, about thirty
years of age or periaps motre. Vhe.. appre
hended by said Hacks -hey reported their
naimes a :d d:clared t~ant they had coame from
beyond Savatiah iii a Steam Boat to Charles
ton. and that the% belonged to a person named
Wells or Velch, Henry is believed to be (lie
sanie slave who wtias aelvertisezd as having rut
away from Wi!liam Hickman on the 30th of
May last while conveying hitm fron Charleston
to F'iorida. The des riptiot of the two is so
similar that the identity is hi hliy probable. He
is de'cribed in the advertisement, as low in
statue has a ren'arkable ::-c, when wvalkine
from or tip to one has a trick ofturninag his head
on one side, bo:h of his -nal toes .-tanding ont
from his f.-et, and as having been raised in Bean
fort Distri--t. near Brmlktons F-ord. aid at one
timaie belongiig to Jesse J. Clifton ins that neigh
Given under my hand, and the seal of the
Star", -it Chinibia, the 5th day of Julv, in
the.year of om: Lord one timnsand eight
huindred and thirty nine. and in the sixty
foirti year of the Independence of tie
United States of Amterica.
By the Goveenor.
31. LAonDE, Secretary of trite.
July. IS f -'I
PROCLAMA i a.
COLU3ari, SOUTH CaRotINA,
June :24th. 1839.
By his Excellency PATrnJK NOBL:, Esq.
Governor and Commander-in- Chief in
and over the State of South Carolina.
W 'l EIAS, information has been received
at the Department, that on the 29th of
May, lastbetweetn the hours of 12 and3: o'cloe k',
P 31. two negro childret, Harry nod Sary;
the property of Stiles tivers, were stolen front
his plantation on the Horse Shoe, St. Barthol
omews Parish. Colleton District, South Caroli
na. by some person unknown.
Now KSow YE. That to the end, justice mzay
be done and that the perpetrator of this offence
mayt be tbrougrh' to legal trial.uand condign ptin
ishmnent; I do hereby offer a rewvard ot' Two.
Hundred Dollars. for his apprehension and con
v'iction in atny Cotnrt of this State.
Said negro children are describied as about
seven years ofape, likely and well grown.
They are' capable of telbntg the ntames of their
piarents, and probably the name of the planta
tiona, "May Batik.'' Harry's parents are Prince
and Fanny, and Sary'sparentsare Scipio and
Given untde'r my handl and the seal of the
State at Columbiia. the -24th dav of Jmne.,
.in the year of our Lord onte thtousand
eight hundred antI thirty-nine and in the
- sixty third year of the Indeedei6e ofthe
United Slates of' \mnerica.
.PAXTIRICK NOBLE, Governor.
By the Governur. -
M. l.ASORDE. Secretary of .state.
Jttly 4 ' f 22.
*State ot' :outh i arolina.
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
IN TilE COMMON PLEAS.
L " WVIS RODGERS, who is in the custo
.Eiy of the Sheri of Abbeville District, by
wirenae of mesnc process, at the sepatrate suits of'
Joh.a .\e Clintuck, and of Miller, Riplev & Co.
havingc filed his petition with a sche'dle 'in
oath o~f his whole estate, real and pa-rsna;, with
the purpose ofaobcaining~ the beneti: of the Acts
of tihe Gienerah Assembly, commnonly called the
insolvent D~ebtor'se Act,
Punrac No-rIc. is hereby given, that the pe
titiotn of the saiid Lewis Rodeers will be heard
and considered in the Court of Common Pleas,
for Abbeville Distric:.ar A bbeville Court Hlouse
on Wednesday the sixteenth day of ictober
next; or such other day ihereafler'as the Coutrt
may order, during the berm, commencine at the
said place, on the second Monday of O3ctober
next; anid all the creditors of the said I.9wis
Rotdgers, are haere'hy suumnoned, personclly, or
by attorney, to appear thon and there in the
sad Coart,.to shew causle if cany they can, why
the heae~fit of the act aforesad shonld not be
graxnted to the said Lewis Rodgers upon his
executmn: the assignment reqguired~ hy the acts
aforesaid. JNO. F LIVING.STON, c. c. p.
Clerk's Office, ,.i ll7 c2
July 12 1839. n ' 1 7 c2
2Mouth Car'olna Copper,
SEDET IRON & "'Nr WARE
I WVOULD res'pectfually mniorm the Mecr
chants anid Planters of this State, and all
wtho may please to give me a call, that I have
located at Hamburg. S. C., with a view to a
permantent residotnce; aid engaged in the
naitufaeture of Co pper, sheet fre: and Tin
Ware-wifich I will furnish by Wholesale or
I:etail, of the best quality, at the lowest rates.
Jfavina- experienced Niorthaernu Workmen,
and being a practical mechanic myself.[ can at
tend ,a Roofing. Guttering. and Spouting; and
all othetr.Tobs of crery description in miy business,
fahichn shall bc weell done, and on short notice.
-All orders will be thankfully received and
promptly attenaded to.
A sulperior assortment of Japanned Ware
Also. Stamp'd Plates, all sizes, just ree'ved.
A. B. CHURCH.
IHtoburg, PMarsh 28, 1839. tC 8
FO REVIVING THE
T HL Subscriber, ins proposiig the re-es
tablisinem of the Soutiern Itevi w,
deems it unnecessar y to refer to the history of
that work, which is already% in tie IosS sesitn of
the public. or to dwell on the high estimation in
which it was held both at home and abroad. di
ring the period ot' its conlttintice. snithce it
to sy. thit its career. though brief, was. Ns all
admit, brilliant-creditable to the South and tip
the whiole -merican Unio. Its failure- the
subject of universal regret-was owing, it is
weil known. not to it destittioni of talent and
publie spirit, but :rose 1st. frni its limited cir
enlationt, which was bv no means adequate to
sustain a woirk of suI umagnitule. and :!ndlv.
fromn the politicai differences which agitated the
couttrv abmot fhe time of' its discon'itnautre.
dividiing the friends of Siunthern ILiterature in
to two great parties. and preventing tthat har
mony of opinion and co-operation in the dis
cnssion of h-adi: g questions. which is desirable
in a work professedly devotet to the cause of
the Souti and the whole South.
1t i.. proper to ronsider first. the utilit. of
ieviews. reearded as organs of the literary spi
rit and opin'ions of' the atg.e. and se--ondly, the
Vitnportantce and lecessity of establishing snch
work at the Son.I. at the p (sent titme. Onl
lite first point, it is scarcelv i.ecesary to say
.itch, in the present advain-ed stage of period
ical iterature. Ably condicied iteviews aret
the -f4h. 'ring of a high state of civilizatio.. and
are the best evidence. tow-a-days, that can be
firnished of intell'-etital advancement, :sid the
prevalence of a pure and e;evated plhiloisophy
l'h- last half centttrv has produced few nnt
thors ouf emtin' re. cIticr in Great Britain our
tinerica, i comparison with the Ital c itlry
that prec.eded it. ant the reason prob bly is, ot
tht there has be-en it want of p'niums. talent and
scholarship in this confessedly intellectual age
but simply because distingni-hed scholatrs have
tound tt readier andI a better organ through
which to act dire--tly on the public miud in Re
vi ws, than thri""l'i the miedium of' books-the
o'd more :ediolts ala more expeiisive mtethtod.
If theret'er.. it he asked. what evidence is or
--ain be furnished or the seperior inteli-enc.
:t1id progress of th' prm:ut ceitury-;i pr
gress of which w-- are so a pi to boast-- the re
iv s that it is to lie t'it d ii the high charncter
ol' the :.unarterlv evie'ws abroad and it homaj.
[f it be anfirmed, that we have no native li-emn
trie ii this ttcouitry. ni d theaefore no materials
to furnish the rottnd work for Iteviews. the am
swver is. that our Ru'' icws cotistitute our native
literature. and that if hearning aid scholarship
are sought for, they are to be fimud in our lie
views, whieh therel'ore shonid be warmiy tnl
tirily supported.ntiS alt evidence. and a fair one.
of our hiteary pretensions and oTr national
character desid s. no one cause. it may be
safely allirmed, has contributed No l nich too eli.
-iu t'tent,'to awaketn literary ambilin. and to
iirodnce the highest or.ler of fin.- and p.weril
w: iting. as the establishment of iteRviews; un.i
mtany individuals have been "titniated to ex
traoldinary elfiris. and have beei subsegnetI.
ktiovn far and wide to fame. in consequence o
the 'pporttniiies they thave enjoyed and impro
ved, o f contributing sitccessiillio to works oi s
influe tial and highly respectab'e a ciaracte
individuals. who, othterwise. in ill p ubability
w-ild never have bee. tempt d to test thiei
ste'ngtth on the literary arena with such compet
itors as they would b likely to meret there.
The great aim of Reviews is. to disenss sttbt
jects letarnedly.thoronh!y profoindyl -inl sich
;I mateneras to bear tipoin the whole social sy:
tem. and pro.ttee a broad. deep and oernmnent
impression upon the gineral character of' prio
ple: In ote word. their object is to diffuse
knowledge. not to foster prejudices-to create
direct and cootrol-not te1 ech14 opiiions-t.
producte beneficial changes ntioon a large scale
--ot to perpetuate or even tolerate existing a
huses. It is obvions. therefore, that while;-in
the' iitfttncy of American literature a spirit oil
indulgenee has beei felt and exteteded to tie
Iitts of our lighter periodicals. which are rap.
idly issued from the press, and which hav
setved as vehicles often flor the attempts of ti
tmere literary de'hnttant:, : nartorly Reviewv-.
having higher aitms to accotmpili-i. nnd intend
itng to rnpresenit tad embodyle, in the tniost pon -
erfiti and attractive fortm, the opintions ottly met
the maost enlightte'ned mtinds should be cont
ehucted with a scrupnt!eens regtardl to the puire.-t
p intcipies of taste. and to the elevation atnd ad
yancement of ocr literary and national char
it respect to the imtpot'tancec and necessity of'
"stab'ishmug such a woerk at the sott at tihe
pre'sent time. there cant be little dottbt in the
mtitntds of ottr dliscernting attd putblic spirited
citizens. We ittst have stneh a work. or tfall
behinid thme spirit ofi thte age. which is of a pre
e'mintenitly ingnisi tivoei nil etterprisin~r charne
ter, and thte South shonld hta'e sueh a woe k,1 lt
only from mti~'ve~s of literarv p ride attd emuila
tin, itt order to keep pace wvith lthe respectabule
advances ofthte titer wide. intelli'ett atid thri
vinrr se.-ions of the A merican republic, bttt also
becanse thte Sottth has, a' the proese t period es.
pecially, certain great and elheaditng iterests of
its ownt to turomote. wvhicht cain be most effecttn
ally stubservedi tltrotngh the ittstrumtent lity of
snech a periodical. It is tnot necessar-- to raise
the war cry ngninst othier portion, of' the Unieim
who may feel disposed, as hey ollent do, to dif
fer from uts in their views of dir agricultural.
coimm'rcial and political interests. but it is im
portatt highl~y so. that we shemnld take our
sotthern position firmly in the prceert attitudhe
o ..ttr ttationai ttfiirs: that otur positiotn shol
lie clearly knownt anud understooid, both nt homue
mid abroad; that we s:'onid be rendy toi dheihtd
ourselves itnd onr institultiotns from atll covert or
openl asalts; thta we shotuld nmnintatin the prin
aiplesu of the Fedleral Constitiin iin its origrin
dl intentiont. with :t firm anid uflinching spirit.
iand tiromote the cause of a tonre andti elevated
literatulre by all the inuducements thiat can be
helid otnt to stituaute the ambition atnd pride of
intelligent and chivalric people.
Propositions htavie been fregnetntly made htergr
tof'ore for te re'vival of the Aonithern Review,
wvhich unfortunately have not been crowned
with the success that was hoped or atnticited
for them. Diff'erent cattses have beetn assiorned
ror the failuire of these pro ects, bitt thet leading
ane undonhtedly is, the neglecting to navail oar
elves or a verv fauvorable stae of the public
F~eling by followinti np welli digested plaits
with vigorous and concerted action. We have
tai still-folded our haiudu and closed ottr eyes.
and then htave r-omplatned of universnl apathy.
It is believet. that at th' tiresentt momnent~a ve'ty
deep, general and earne'st desire pervad-'s the
Routhern commttnity. or at anty rate, the most
fittential "ortion of it, to re-establish and place
on a permnanetnt fouindation, a (nrtetrty Rteview
of tile highest order. If' the subhscrihe'r can en
list this feeling. in his behalf. hte will have yen
ton to anticipate the most'flattering success
othterwise his efforts will be vatn.
It is proposed thtat each number of thte con
remnilatedl work shall containi at least two hnn
dred and fifty octavo pages of original 'matter.
printed itn tihe best style of the Amuerienet press.
Twenty-five huundr'd or three thottsand enh.c
scriberse at five dollars annually, tihe money be
ing piid, would yield an amount sulicie'si to,
establish ti. work, anld aflford a handsomie re
muneration to writers for iite'rary labor. A
strong appeal is made to tite public spirited
citizens of the South. and also ofthi' West and
Sotuth West, already uited to us by stroutg ties,
in a commercinl and agriettlturnl point ouf view
-in behalf of the proposed wvork.
DA NIFL K. WHITAKER.|
Chuarleston, . V . Aprni 10, ]8
Moffat's Vegetabie Life Pills
AND PIIENIX BITTERS.
ri'!IE UNyIV.nSAi. ESTIMATION ill WIlicl the
. celebrated Lif Pills and PhrnTx Bilers
are held, is satislti-torily demonstrated by tle
increastmg demand tot them inl e% cry State and
section of the Union. mud by the voluntary tes
timoniis to their remarkable etficary which are
every whcre oliered. It is not less frout deep- I
ly grnl iiy og confide nee that they are the mnans
of* extent-ove nid inestimahl- good imonfti his
nfileted fellow creatures, tha~n from1 intetrestedi
considerations. t hat the proprietor or these pre
eiineintly siccessfit mevdiciiies is des'rotus of
keeping ibem conisatily belre the pubaic eye.
he sale of every additionil box and bottle is it
guarnmee that some pers:oiins wvili be relieved
from a greateror less lear, e 'f* sttiecriing, and
tin imiproved in geniral heniith; l'or in io case of'
snifering from disease cai they be takei; in vain.
The prolprictor has never knowin or been infirm
ed e an iiutance in which they have fiiled to
do good; in the most obstinate cases of chronic
disease, such as chronie dyspepsia, torpid liver
reemiatiism, ustlinta. nervous and bilious head
ache. costiveness.piles. geteral debility, scrofil
ott swerlings and ulcers, serv. , salt rnetm
and all other chronic affections 'of' the organs
and metnbranes. they elfect enres with it raptidi
ty antI permanecy vhich t hotsmanla have tes
mticl frot haipy experietce. I! colds and
coetil,. whici. iif neelected. snperinduce the
most hfli' i diseases of the huigs. and indeed the
visc*ra it gencral. these mediciaes, if taken btut
'or three or four d:ys. tever thil. Taket at
night, they so pr-mote the insensible perspirn
tion. and so relieve the system of fobrile action
and fecleit obstructions. as to prohice a most
delig' til sen-e olfconiva'e-ctice in lie inotin.:
and thulg It the niiu sytmiptoms eora c Ro:d shonld
partially returtn dnrinir the' day, the repetition
of a suitable dose -it thte next bton of bed-timine
will alo.t invariably efl,-et permanent relie'.
wititt fierther aid. Their ilffe t upoin fevers
or a more ate i and viocit kind is tiot less sitr'
atnde speedy il' taken int proportin: abih gnantity;
ad petsons retir:.g to led vith int!amnatory
symtlptomlts ofl hIIemostabhmin2 kinld willawake
with the gratifvini conseiu.ns:ess that the fierre
etiyiv l:t.' beei overtirmvn. and e:3ma Casily be
sub~dn'd. Ini tie- ennte wvar.vi eeira! turesetice,
thotugih long estabtlishedt. ;tnd vi-tcerl nltitamma
tisms, however critit ;l. well yield-the fornwr
to smtit : il the latter to large doses of the
Lif,: Pills: mtid 1o also hysterival :etilctionts. lyp
ocondriocism. restle:7:m s,. and verv imity ot I her
Sorietic of t it Nomit iei (.e ftlieeyicId
to :et 1ileny of ie l/enir Billrs. Full di
rertiis fort thie tse of tlsi- itedicines. al
shotwing their distinctive arplicabilitv to difTer
--nt complaints. aceompa. y t:iem: ai'd they cant
he obtaitied, who:-sale and retail. at '75 Irnad
wvit-. whercmmerotis certildnt:e of their tin
pa~rni!h!fld sutccc-s arem always open to ittspectitt.
l'ror addlitionn' partirnlnrs otilihe above mdi
-iies. see follf's -t I.jott 8%m %StnrrA% ".1 COpy
Cnt also lie obittained oif th-- different Agents
who have Ot medicitets I. r sale.
Frenchi, erman and Spanish di'rections can
be olbt:tined on applicntion at the ofi-ee, ;'75
All post paid letters will receive imttmediate
Prepared naid cold b-v WIt.t.Ai . MorrAT,
3 5 lironadway, New York. A iheral dedoction
1innit111 f liose who p chtaese to sell antint.
Aecns-The Lihi- \ledicies tay nttso be had
of the principaldutiggis's itt every ftown Ihro! It
outl the- United tws and thi Candias. Ask
.or' 3olhat's Life Pills aend1 'hlnix Bitters; 1tnd41
h- sur that a fir simi'e of John MoiTfa's si.na
'tire, is upon the habel i' each bottle ol' hitters or
box of pills. Jtust received nted for sale by
C. A. DOWD, Agent.
Ffdgefiehel C'. 11. Jnly 1. 14:i0 tr i2
Mies' Co msun; Exract of
l 4~i1 I A o.),
A SUBSTI'/lUT: FOR .-/.0L MTL.
F RO thfe well known anl estalishted rip
Itaion of' Cloue/, it has been long ei-loy
ed I% theeipitic 1t1tde scictiific pltysicini.. its
mone Wtte mos1.t powerfull agents lihr'the reme.
val oftlie ae. Bv the former, altnmost ever%
land ias Ien detltued with 1.o:troms. that tht'ir
atnhors claimed as specific- in enu ry disense in
cidlent to the humeatn filiy 'Te iu'll of' these
pretet siotns nteedia no c 'ttitenlt. for aceuirtie
of mostt of the P'anee. Cathioicone. &c.
whichi hav'e be'ett trtttpiet'd btefore the 'ommn-ti
nity, wvith so muchel itstnratnce. is Cl'eonm'i. etr
meeetry ii somte foirtm. Now, it' this poitet
article evet int thet atds of thte tueost sk ilfitl
physiciani, reqenttly exerts- an inftuenice ott the
htumni systemi tuntoreseen.n tnd entirely beyond
the ctentrol of art; uedermtinine the conts'ittit.
ntI bringinigon prenmauture oh are, disease antd
death, whatut reult .ltontld lbe expected whet:
presc'ribted by the tenorantt Conld their tmaeny
thotnsnutd vie tims speak, nt v'oiece from the tomnb
weeuld sooni dispel the -spvecife' dehtisioni thtat niow
sway't the mtiitds of the living.
Htnate pthysicianse teplore the sad evils re
stltitig fromi thte merenrinliliractice'. andI with
gladly hail the inttredtnetion ofan at ticle that ennt
safely lie stubstiuintutted fur Calmnel. They .ferl
tnd ihm:t heen/y. the gi eat unnertanty of'its prim
ary oiperatiotn; they cannitot say whlether it will
efaveiurable or unefavora le. They ailsot know
andI feel. thtat if its tns" is cfntteed fortiny 'ont
siderable titme. iijnritits secondahry "on.eqnten
(ces mnst ce'rtatinly follow. flit they muset chtoose
te least of t u o evils: they know net either arti
cle that wvilt arouse it toerjuid liver. remoeve oh
sitncttiont, antd set int Iree action thte whltee
glanidtlar systenm, ande it beein~r indienstiably
tttressatry to dot this. they entiniei its use. tnt
withistas ding the evil contsegtnenues whicih
They have lnng detsiredl and eon~hbt an nrti
dcltnt wvonld prtdnte'e thte .goud etl'ects of this
dng. wthout sub eetin! the patiet to its de
teouts resuhts. Sne'h a dlesiederatttme it is be
lieed, hats at length hee'n obitained,. ini the article
tow presenttedh to thte pubilic'.
The prtopiettorsor'this art'e'le keeping in view'
the fact. that tt wise andi benerolent lBeing has
elace'd withitt thte reach of'alh, remedies adapted
fto the disensees intcident to thte climate they in
habit: antd knowitng likewuise. that most ofr thie
disease's ofthte U'ian STATus are based upon1
organtic or funtcti deranigemtent of the liver:
direte'd their attention to those articles which3
at mtore espiecially on the biliary' orgatte.
A fter long, lnhorious, tend expetnstive research,
they hav'e stucceeded in extracte a snttlance
romn thte TOM ATO.whtich,. from its pecutliar ef
rect npon die hopatie or biliary organs, they have
eoeminated Hfeparine. It isn emedieme that w'ill
produce till thte lie'efie'ial resnilts of ("n'omel, in.
oth ni" nte and c'hronie diseases wvith'out the
posbitity of produceing the deleti'rionts conse-|
iences coemmon to that article. Its action tip- I
>n the constituitiot' is universal, no part of the I
mystemee eseaping its influen'e.- It is. however, I
apon the organs of secretion and excretion,
lat its great power is tenrticulairly mnanife'sted.
ene'e it is peenltirly adaipted to the treatment
f bilions ferers nti other diseases in whlich a,
orpidicy or contgesti'en ol the liver and piortal
It is admissible in all eases where it is neces
try tin elenntse the sitmachi and howvels. It
reorves obhstrucetion, ad excites a qttick anid
tealthyv action of the liver and other tilanutitlar
r'icera of' the abdomn't. Beieeg dil'Tsile in
it its opieration. it preoducees a free c'ircenlation
in he vessels on the siurface' of tleheitlds, ac
'ompanied by a genitle peurstiration:, It does.
ot exhanst like drastic putrges; still, its actiona
is more tiiertnh, and ifam' olfeni he reitfnted,
ot merely wvith r.att blit with erent benefit.
rhis becoutnes intdispeitsobly necessarv itt easesI
f long sutanding; ffm'in theo in-nuse' te'mpnrn
y aiursin made by strne medicines. neL'1 I
lom, if ever, do good; -but tend to injure the
itamina of the con-titution.
It is cleansing and purifying to the system,
ICLi in perfect Iarmony with the known laws
>f life.innd is undotbtedlyoneof the mostvalun
>le articles ever offered fur public trial and in
For convenie;e'.. this medicine is farmed into
grain pills. The while pills are cathartic. al
ratirce diaphorrlic. and diuretic. The yellow
>ills are Ionic s1intilant,and diaplearrdic.
As a fanmilly medicine, on- vwhirh mny be re
'orted to with safety. and reied on with cer.
aintv, iii the first saes of disease in almost
inv 'form, it *xceeds ill formuer discoveries n
nWdicine, either from the vegetable or mineral
They are put up in packages of 135 grains,or
15 Pills. nt 50 cents, or 100 pills at $1.
The above Medicine just received and for
mle at the Ed-efield Medicine Store.
July 11, 1*59 if 23
I 1.'T of Letters remainuinm in te Post Office
j atlimburg, S. C. on the 1st July 1839.
A. & B.
lnderson, Roht. Anderson, Thos. R.
ntderson, John M. Blakey, Aigus B. 2
Buirnett, P. Bailey, Jol R.
Boswel!, George Beverly Gossler,& Co.
Benson. J1nmes Brooks, Ralph,
Ctrv, %1rs. A. M. Carter, Rudolph
Carlisle ltobert 2 Crow, Cornelius 10
Carter, Mrs. M, E. Coeiran. flobt. J.
laldn. ell J. P. Clapp, Julius
Dwyer, Patrick Davis. Benj.
Day, John Delaughter. Capt.
EF & G
Flzev, Col. Lewis Eddins, Thos.. J. D.
Fduey, Winson 2 Farrow, Susan or
rioodman. Duke -Henry, Goode.
rionl. James Greene, S. P.
Giddings & Bushnell Gillispie, William
11J & K.
Horton, W. F. 2 Holloway. Sarah M
I linderson, Samuel. Hamilton, Robert
I!nrdman. Mr. [lnindley. Thos.
Iix. Sarah Hays, Beiij. F.
11,neS. John Kelsev, Chauncey 2
niht, Valton Kendall. Byron
L & A]
Lockett. E. La imer. A R.
L.:inier. Silas Lewis, A. W.
Linbecelcr. Jesse Lamar, Airs. Martha. -
linrris.Rte%. Joseph2 MciDonald. B. F. 2
V ont2oiery. Theo. Me arley, 1H ih
hiurphv. Oswell McMi~lan. John Mason
,,cCormnick. Benj. McCord. Selah. Pr.
Nfarshall, Miss Susan
N. O & P.
Nnb-les, Ira Nixon. Geo. V.
DNeill. James Perry ..1rs. Anna
P, rry...ilrs. Nancy Phelan. Tim
R & S
R obinson, Wm. B. Ro!!ers, Henry
RichIeson, Miss S. Rountree. Dudley
lambo, Polly. Spiars. lHenry
Suitmnmeral Gilbert Skinner. Timothy.
Samuel. Robt- Saxton, Hez.
Smitih, T. Ml.
T & W
Tilley, Mr. care of Turner, William 2
Iletry Rogers. Walkins. Geo. jr.
Ware. T. F.. ' Wise. Joltn T.
WValls. Solomon 2 Wheeler, F..
Walker. J. Windiig. B.
WV;ttkitns. A. Wardle,J. B.
Persons enl uiring for any of the above let
nrs, will say they are advertised.
J. W. YARBOILOUGH, P. M.
July 1st, lel9 c 22
I: [-'T of Letters remaining is the Post Of
4 ice at .dgefieid C. (., June 30, 1839.
A & B ,
Addison. Gcorae A. Addison, D. C.
Allison. Win. iHeury Bryant. Bradley 3
Bak~er, Geo. Bunrnet, Riebt.
Blaylock, Mrs. Butler, tobt. J.
HIanskett. Sami. K. Barker, Samuel
Butles, Claudia C.
C & D
Cook. Wm. Sen. Corley, Mr. Sen
Carter. John . Clerk of the Court of
Cnckroft. Benij. Com. Pleas.
Campbell, Lee Colgin. JohIn
Christie. .'imteon Diont. Mr. Coach
larake. Wmn. A. 2 Maker.
E. F& G.
Elsmuore. Allen 2 Field. R. ..
Poy. F. F. Griffit. N. L.
Grtifin, 'mowden Galknan, Win G.
Goode, Robt. Gillen, John
II & J.
Ilttmes, Lewis Hardenm, W C.
Fickson, liiss S. I lolcombie. J.H.2
IDatcher, B. WV. Jemer, John 6.
Jones, Thos. Jones. Robt. C. 2.
Jhnsimn, Thteo, Johnson, David
K & I..
K~endal, Byron Kildreas, Elizabeth
Keatl. libzabeth, Landrum, Gee. WV.
Lipscombec, John 2 Lewis Matilda. .
Latimer. A. Laborde, Dr.
M, N& O.
ifeMcellom', Hlector Meays, R. G. Dr,
illtyton, G. C. Mtrphy, Oswohd
iTurrel, h~rnry 2 McLenidon. Britton
f ller, Edlmund J. Mcljade, John.
Nobles, Mrs. Z. Nicheols'.t & Presley
)gilvie. P. S. S. Ogilvie. Mrs. Saraht&.
)gilvic, Miss Sarah F. Rebecca
Price and Nicks Price', Joseph
Prte.ion. Esther K. Pemyns, llizaheth, Mrs.
Parkamn Caroline Preston. Hiram
Pickens. F. WV. Robertson, Win.
4iddle. F. S. Roper. Imily 2
Thpet, Benj. -Reed, Edwd. Rev.
lenew, John Richardson, WV.
enmnelh,, Wma. Stone. Azariah
4tllivanm. Joseilnh H. Stephens. James.
Shav.er. Saml.' Simtkints, l:ldre~d Col.
P~owles 0. Temphemt. Calvin
rrask.Alfred Taylor, Luke.
[illman, B. F.
U W & Z
Jpson, Marcus Ward. Capt. R. 2
Vahtmn. Wm. J. Whitlouck. Wimnberly
Vsgfa I. Ardmur Walker, Wm. or IWm.
Vardlawv. F'. H. McMure
~immermuan, John H,
Person.4 wishing any of thme above letters,
ill please ask for advertised letters
MJ. F RA2 h. R, P. M.
Yf H OUSE and LOT. in the Village of
.3dge field, upon terms to suit a purchaser.
u my absence.apply to Col. Banskett.
SAril 12 tf 10
ILARG E amount "1 teotes and accounts
.due to Lorrain Geddings, formerly of
atmbnrg. has beemn placed mn the hands of the
ibscriber. with .he positive direction to sue
1on all such of themt. m- are not settled on or
chlare the first Monday ini June ntext..
J1. P. CA R RLL, Attoney~.
May 2, 1838 . tf 13
ILARGF snpply of supherior LEMON
S YVIWP, a dlelightfal Beverage for the
hinmer season. For sale by the heottle and
alon. by HI. R. COOK & CO.
Inatn.r Apr10 18319 ' tC.11 '
New Spring and Summer
T HE Subscriber informs his friends and
tile public generally. that he has jost re
ceied .rm in , ew York, a coiplate assort
mniwnt ol' Stape and Faicy. Spring and Sum
titer Good.s-umong which are.
3-4 4-s 5-4 aid t-4 bro-wii & bleached Shirt
g. nd Sheetingis,
A handsome amsortmentlight col'd Prints.
50 pieces ight col'rd London do.
French prints and prir ted Jaconet,
Mourning and half mourning prints and
Super printed Lawns,
4-4 and -4 Cambrics and cambric Muslins,
Swiss and book .M slins,
Jaconiet. plaid aid stripe do.
Lyoiniise and brocade d6.
Ladies and gent's white and black, silk H. S.
and kid Gloves,
" " Cot-on and thread do.
Misses black and white nett,
Lace and Gauze do.
A handsome assortment of gauze and satin,
aid Mantita Ribbons.
Best Italian' sewings, black, blue black, and
assorted by the quantity,
Hen-stit.-hed, a-i super linen cambric ikfs.
Men'st and boys Pongee do.
Ladies'gauze. H ernani, gro-de-nap and sew.
ing silk Hk's.
4-4 Irih linens and linen lawi,
Plain, iiserted and frilled bosoms and linen
8-4 and 10-4 table diaper, 3-4 birds eye and
6-4 8-4 and 10.4 damask table covers,
French napkins & towels,
French brown a.l grass L.inens.
White and brown linen Drillings
Super rib'd do.
A variety of Cotton do. col'd. and striped for
Cases of paln leaf and willow Hoods,
English Devon straw Bonnets,
A large assortment of silk and cotton hose
and half H ose,
3-4 and 4-4 plaid and striped domestic,
Silk. satin, and Marseilles Vesting,
Parasols and Umbrellas.
Furniture.dimitv aid frintge.
Black bonbazine% and meriios for Coats,
Paris needle work. muslin capes & collars,
French baskets. bl'ached Rusia Sheetines.
Any thina like a ceie- A enumerati-m ofar
ticliesis im, 1.rneticbli; bli thes- iii additior to
his former stock. make it snfficiently extensive,
and he trusts his prices are sufficientiy moder
aic to be worthy the attention of all who wish
to supply themselves with articles in his line.
His former ciustomers and all who buy in this
market, will do him, ind perhaps themselves
a ftvor. by examining his assortment before
purchasing. JOHN 0 B FORD.
Hnmlnre. ihnreh 1" 1'1n. -' of
T 1 i. Suh.cribers save just received from
New York a general assortment of
.4pring and Sitmitier Goods, of the latest and
'cost fashi'nable articles in their line.
. The y consist in part of:
Gros d'etats. Thibet, French cloths, Gam
Grass liten and linen drillings, for Sum
mer Wenr, e
Cassimere. Chally Vestings, Stocks,
Collars. Bosoms, Gloves, Suspenders,
Fine flats, and Umbrellas.
They keep constantly onl hand. a general
assrtmment of .1 ILITARY TRIM MINGS, of
.il kinds: and they a-c prepared to execute all
orders n ith despa'ch.
They invite their customers. and the public
-nerally, to call and examiniie for themselves
HAItRINGTON & BRYAN.
lEdgefiesd C. 1. April 1, 1839 tf 9
New Spring and Summer
73 'HE Subscribers beg leave to inform their
customers and the public eenerally, that
they are receivinag and opednig a sllendid as
U.. bracintg every variety of- British. French
and Atmericani, Staptme and Fancy Goods,
which have been, selected with grreat care.
I'They nvite their fricends to give them a call,
and they shall have good bargains.
G. L. & E PENN & (10.
March 2l, 1839 7 tf
.Mping and Summner
treceived a handsome and general assort
mientoafgoods fo'r Gent's Spritng and Summer
Coats. I ants, and Vests, which they are lure.
pared to have made up, in the very best style,
and on the most reasotnahle terms.
G. L& E PENN &CO.
March 21, 1839. '7 t'
New spring & Summer
i, '1OODS.-The sub,,crtber having just re
tutraed fronm Charleston. is now receiv
ing aid ope.ning a gecneral and complete assort
ment of Fancy andl Stale
which have been selected with grea't care, and
will be dispesed of, on as reamotnble terms. as
any in this mnarlet He, riespectftnlly invites
htis old customers, anmd all who may feel-dispo
sod, to call and e--amine his Stock.
C. A. DOWD.
Marcb 28. 1839. tf 8
Fresh Famrily Grocer'ies,
A MONG whlich are
Cuba. Laguzira. atnd.Rio Cof'ee,
Porto Rico and New Orleans Sugar.
Ne-w Orleans ntud Cnba .iola-ses,
-Hvson, Impi'rial anid Black Tea,.,
Rice. &c.~&c. For sale by
C. A. DOWD.
April 1, 18:;9. tf 9
U ; ..,d ence in Pou ersvillie,
of nthotut 14 acres of goodl
' . , . Laud-a part ntot cleared. On
the premises are agood Dwvellinsg House, 1 sto
ry and a half high, with five rooms-a large
framed Kitchen and Smoke-house-ant excel
lent Well of pure water. For particulars en
qture at this Office.
Feb 14, 1839 tf 2
VrHE Copartnership of Keraighan -& Roo
Wney, of' Hambutrg, So. Ca., was dissolved
nn tho 23d instant, by mutual consent. The
Business htereafter will be continned byr Thorn
as Kernaghatn, ott his own accolint. He will
rueceiv e all money due the Iatfimadwl
settle the debts if'l' same. t imadwl
- P.~ .-ROONEY
Hamburg. Qt t't 3m* '
ALL persons indebted-to-the Estate of Wi
ley H rrdeceased.-are regnested to
make immediate payment: and those having de
mands against the said FEstate, are~ requested to
present them duly attested.
SAMUEL STEVENS8, Adm'r.
IN THE COMMON FLEAd.
Wade Speed. surviving partner
of Watkins & Speed, for the Attachment
Ilse of Johnt Watkins, - in
vs . Debt.
Adolphus J. Sale.
John Watkins, Adonr. of 1I. M. Attachment
vs. Same. ' Assimpuit.
HE Plitiffsin tie above stated- cases,
- having filed their decldration in my Of
fice, on the twenty-seconl day of November,
.1838, and the defendaint having nowife or at
torney known to be. in this State, upon whom
a copy of. tbe said declarations can he served:
therefore Ordered, that the said defendant do
appear and make his deronce within a year and
a fda rom the filing of the said declarations,or
fina nnd absolute judgments will be awarded
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c r.
Feb 14. 1 w a P $10 aqe 3
tate Ol toi m i atiolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Mark S. Anthony
vs Attachment Debt.
Adolphus J Sale.
vs Attachment: Assuampsit,
Adolphus J. Sale.
Speed & Herter,
surviving partners. Attachment:
Adolplhus J. Sale.
lihe PlAinti0' in the above cises having,
on the twenty-second of November, 138,
filed their declarations in my Office, and the
defendant having no'wife or attorney known to
be in this State, upon whom a copy of the dec
laration, with a spec'al order of the Codt.en
dorsed thereon, can be served: therefore Or
dered that the said Adolphus J. Sale doippear
and make his defence. within ayear and a day
from the filing of the dclarations as aforesaid,
or final and absolute judgment will be forth
with given and awarded against him.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, ic. C. P.
Feb 14. 1839 1 B& t $10 iqe 3
State ol -outh a4arolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Isaac Branch, ATTACHNiT,
Archibald Hamilton. AssuaPs.
T H E Plaintifin this case having, this day,
filed his declation in the Clerk's office,
and the defendant having no wife orattorney,
known to be in this State, upon-whoma copy
of the said declaration oa be served: There.
forc ordered.that thesaid Defendantdp.appear
i iod make his defence within ayeard'a'day
from the filing of the said declaration; or final
and absolute judgment will be forthwith awar
ded against hin.
J:N.O. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. P.
May 1'.1839f n&v 'aeq 16
tate of -outh Carolina.
IN THE COUMON PLEAS.
Win. Brunson, vs. , Forign Auadnaent.
William Drum, . Debt.
1 H!. Plaintil'in this casehaving.onthe 11th
of Septemuber. filedhis declaration in the
Clerk's Office, and the Defendant haviig no
wife or at'orney,known to be in this State, upon
whom a copy of the said declaration may be
served: It is therefore ordered, that the said De
t'ndant do appear and make his.defenctwiihint
a year and a day.!irm the filing ofthe said dec
laration, or final and absolate judgment will be
awarded to the said Plaintiff.
GEO. POPE,'C. P.
Clerk's Office, Sept 11, 1838 eq4 33
Ntate of Smith Carolina.
IN T HE COM~MON PLEAS.
Robbins & Conner,
vs Assumipsit Attachment.
11lEPhain.tiff. in this case, having this day
fied his declaration, and the Defenidant
having neither wife nior attorney .within this
State. upon whom a copy of smid declaration
can be served; Ordered, that the Defendant
plead thereto within a year atnd a day from this
publication, or the said action will be taken pro
confessto against hinm.
GEO. POPE, c. e.p.
Clerk's Oflice, Oct 24. 1t38 dag 43
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
vs. FoRnlouN AmrcuMENi'r.
iflH|. Plaiti in the above~ casie having
1.this day filed his declaration, and the De
fendant having no wife or attorney known to
be i ithin the State, tupon whom a copyof said
declatration, with a rttle to plead could be serv
ed: It is Or-dered, that the said Defendant do
appear and make his defence in the aforesaid
action, within a year and a day, from this date,
or final and absolute judgment wilibe awarded
against him. - -
GEORGE POPE, c; c. p.
Clerk's Office, Nov. I. 1838 dq 40
~ . -J ANA WAY from the Subseri
c7~ j.E.,ber on the night of the 5th of
.February IastL from mny. p lace two
miles from Hamburg, S.C C.a negro
man named 8EN, about forty-dvp
/ years old, five feet six inchles high.
The above reward I will pay for
'-delivering him to me, or putting him
tn jail so that I ean get him.
Hiambutra. March 2i, 137 tf 8
STOLF.N on Monilay-night,-tho 8th instant
from the residence of Capt. E. B. belcher,
a Patest Silver Watch. with a Silk Braid Chain,
and a -Brass Key ttached to it.
Whos,,ever wvill deliver the. said Watch to
the subscriber and proof sufficient .to convict
the thief, shall receive the above reward.
RICHIARD M. JOHNSON.
April 17. 1839 tf 11
A LL Persons indebted to the late Chrie
-tin Breithaupt, dec'd., are reglast
cd'to make immediate payment. And cli
persons having demands against the estate
of said deceased are requested to present
them duly attested.
JOHN BAUSKETT, Ex' or.
thN the Augusta Stage itoad, near Mount
VP1intage, a Ennch ofjKeys, with a seal and
corkscrew attatched. The owner cant have thtem
by ipnpn for this advertiscement. Apply at'
May 27, 8 b 17