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XECU'rIVE OFPARTMENT, (
Colonmbia. S. C .luly .v. Is:' .
W 11 AS. ntillrt iont has been, rerceiv
ed atths de lten,'at Willi -m
v~hu It~l -t :l Il
lineks. late of'Sa. S.uehri.s 'arish. was mur
d-:red by tw ut Slavesnoed ileury
ndPhillis ott th 7th da-. of.I inne Ia-r. i: the
1Parislh of :t. Juls flter.ley, wihile Couevin.:
-zid Plfitivos -tote Work Hloutse in C.harleston.
NOW KNOW, XE, that to the end jnstice
av he,, don:-..ind th:v lhe, perpetrators of' this
atriscion: natrde-r ut be bhtitati, to legal trial
and condign nnishment. 1 do lereb-.- olfet a re
ward of I1l !t. I URIE.) and ilF'TY
DOLLAi.S for thir atrehension and deb ye
rv tito some Jail olthis :atc. ir woi liwled
Dollars lbr the appreh-nsion ofilfenry :tltn:e -mil
his deliverv intos .11e Jail. or one :tu.lr' (I :tmd
fity Dollairs for the apprehension and delhicry
,11 i-lls alone into sivome .:,ti of tue .4tate.
The de. cri:-tio: osaid slaves I the waines
ces befoe the Jiry of Ingnest is as Ito lows -
Jl:rv is des-rbed as rathera lizltcolored black
o:f midilo height. stout itn his ti'rne. abont 3U
yeat a:-e, a remarkably tllc eck ani one
oif his sm:tll tues ttriing o Piiis is ofcom
m10n simz. of a dutrk cipitL'on. ahout thirty
yvetr. ofage or pet i:apa i..ro. Whoti :tppre
headcd byi' s i li ! t j.. reted their
nttenes ad declared t::al i.iy had --jm- from
-vond Savaiah in a Stej .i Buat to Ciatrles
ltoi, and that tler belotred to a perso: n:ittnel
Wells or Veich. !tenry ts bklieved to bi' the
same slave who w.t4 advertis - as saving rin
away fro; Wi!'iai fic'.ian otn the 30th of
May'last while conveyingink:i t ('harleston
tu FloridaL The debriptio- of' the two is so
similar thatthe ideatiy is bhialy prohable. lie
in de-cribed itn the' advert.isement. as low itn
tatue. ha, a remarkbahl3 t c':. when %v t'kin2
firoi or utp to one ls a triz-k ofturnitng his lhetd
on one side, b . of btl s ta I toes :tanding ont
ftom his l-et, and as hiavinr betn raised itt iau
fort Disi.-t. urtr Brekton- Foird. a:.d at one
timc belonging to Jtene j. Cli-on itt that neigh
Given under my hand, and the seal of the
State. at Colninli, the 5th d::v if Jtly. in
ti iear of* ou Lor-I one t-totsand eight
iltn'dred and t air!y ntine. and in the sixty
Jimrth year f th.- [ depeodence of ti
' nited States of Atmerica.
By the Governar.
.M1. LUDoRDE. Secetary of State.
PR 0 L A I~i. F~a
COLUMBIA. SOU-rn CAROLIA,
.B' his Ereclicncy PATICK NOULI, Eaq.
Governor and Conninder-in -Chief in
and o.-;er the Staic of South Cirolina
* . THE RAS, infortation hatsheenreivived
v at the Department, hot otn the 2:th f
May, last.betweett1he hours of 12and 3e ('lo, I-,
P 31. two negro childietn, Harry aid Sary;
the property of Stiles IRivers, were stolen fron
his plantadon on tile Horse Sho-.. St. Barthol
ownws Parish. Cpileon District, Soth Caroli
na. hy sonme person untknown.
Now E:Now Y r, 'lTtat to thel end,. jttstice may
be done and that the perpmetratotr of this ofretnce
may be brongh* to le.ral trial, and condign pntn
ishtnent; [do hteri'by otT.-r ta reward of' Two
Hutndredl Dollars. for his apprehetnsion and con
viction in anty Court of this State'.
Said negro children are dlescribepd as about
seven years ofane. likely and well :grown.
They are capable of' tc!lin~g the namers of their
parents., ad- trobably the ntame of' the platnta
tiont, "3May Batik." lharry's prents are Princ'e
antd Fatnny, and Sary's parentts are Sciptio and
- Given tunder my haind and thet seal of' the
State at. Columbia. the 24th dav of' Jutni,
in the year of outr Lord one' th~ousanzd
eight hutnrrd and thiirrtv-ine and itn the
sixty third year of'the Independence of'the
Umited Stutes uof \mecric..
PATItUCK NOBLE, Govsr.'
By thte Governotr.
31. L~tOonDz, Secretary 'of State.
July 4 f -C
State of ,Otith 4;aila.
A BBE VILLE~ DISTRICT.
IN TlE CO.'MON PiLA S.
L EWI S JLOD)GERS, who is in t:tt cus~t"
dy of the Sheriff of Abbeville iDistrict, by
virtue of mecsnc process, at thes s:-parate snits 0:
John 3McClintock. andm~ of Mller, ltiplev & C:t
having fded his petitioin with a sen -dttl.- 'it
oath oif his whale estate, real and pa-rstota , whh
the pturpose ufotb.aitnia the benet of' the Acts
oftheo Ge.neral Assemb!ly, commtonaly catledilte
Iusolventt De'btor's Act
PUBLIC No-rice is htereby given, that the pe
titiotn of the said Lewis dod:ers will be heard
and consi-leredl in thte Co'trt of 't-mo Pieas.
for Abbeville District, at Abbevilie Coatrt flous'e
on WVeduesday theo sixteethm day of *.e o:,er
next; or sncht other day :hereafuer as the Contrr
rnay3 order, duria; the term. c'ommtentcing at the
staid place, on tt: second Mintdaty of Octob 'r
next; an~d all the crteditors of the said Lewis
Rodgers, are hterebly su.nonel. perso:ally. 'ir
by attorttey, to an!pear thtent atd the'ro in the
said Coturt.toshew cattse if n-y thtey catn, why
* the bentefit of the -tct aflore'said shold not lie
grantedl to thte sa:id Lewis Rodgers upon his
executints the assigmtnant retquirtd by the acts
aforesaid. JINO. F LIVING.STON, c.c. p.
Clerk's Office. B e - $11 75 ne 24
July 12. J83*9.
south Carokma Copper,
SEHET DitO~ & N WJ.AE
I OULD respectltdly muitrmn the Mer
I ectats a d Plan-erst of this State. aind all
who "tay piense so aive me a call. that I have
located at ilmhurg, S. C., with a view to
permnanent residente: a- d enutegd in thei
. nantntlacture of Copper, sheet [rot': atnd Tit
Wa:re-which I will lfurnish by f17ho/esa/c oi
Rtetail, of thelbest qwdaityj, at the lowoest rates.
Jlnvintg ex1grientced NJorthernt Workmiten
and being a practical me'hanic mnyself.I can at
tend to Rloofinsg. Gutterin&' and Spouting; vom
all other Jobs of eatery diescription in moy butsiness
achich shall bc recU "tone, and on short niotice.
-All or.lers will he thantkf'ttly received attu
promptly attenided to.
'A supterior assttrtmtent of Jap.ntned Ware
Als'. St-unp'dl Plates, alt sizea. .nst root" ed.
A. 11 CHUTTD.L.
FO REVIVING THE
T lIE Subscriber. in propbsi.g the re-es
t:.blis:.mtiemi of' the Sontern levi w.
deems it unnei essay to refer o th-- hisiory of;
that work. whili is already in t .e po-'4 ssi(I of
the piblic.or to d we1l on the IighlI essimtion in
which it was held both at home and ahr<ad dn
ring the period of .s C ontinta ne. Snice it
to say. that us career. though lrier. was. as all
admit, brilliant-creditable to the 'outh, and t.,
die whole Ximerienn Unin. I-s fatilure- he
,;bivct of universal regret-was o% ing. it is
we. known. not to a destitwvion of talent and
;mhli spirit, hut arose 1st. frot its limited cir
eilatio., which was b no n-ans adegine to
sistain a work of suich maiiii nitide. antd :ndlv.
from ii. poiitica. liffirences whili atitated the
con;.r' about h time of itt discon inninie.
.hvidniug the friends of Soi tern j1ieratire in
to two Lprew parti-s and p- eventing that i or
mony of opinion and , o-operation in the dis
esion of a-adi g qtuestionts. wich is deirable
inl a work prolessediy devote ' to the cause of'
the Sont a and the whole South.
It i.4 proper -o -oniiidfr first. the utiit. of
:vv.ews rgarded as -rgans of'the literaryspi.
rit and opiniotis of the na.. and s - ondly. ho
::o1rtaice niid - eeissity of establishintig such
work at the Stitt. at the p espi time. Oi
iv fir.t point, it is scarcel" ieces'iy to sav
uch. in the preseit advaiced stage of period.
ical hteratrtir. Ahly condtued teview. are
he .,f 'ri.._ of a 6i state of ivilizatito. anl
ar a W, est evidence. now-a-days. that cut he
flrini.-hied -if' intell' etual advance eint. and the
preva!. nrc o' a puir and e evated philbsoph.
%'he ilt haf cnturv ia produc.-.! 'ew an
thors of emin r..- cithier in Great Britain -r
te ica, i --omparison with 'ho half c nint v
-lat ..trec dhsd it. and the reaso proh blly i<. tt
ta; there is been a want of.-enins. talent a:il
scltilar--hip itn this conte-ledly intllettia. are
but simply beicatuse listinii-hed -eho!nrs have
finid a readier ani a hetter orgran throug-h
. hich to ;wt dire ily on the pidhic mind in lie
vi . ws. thian t hrough the medium of books-the
oil more :edio- ai:l iore xpensive nthod.
[f hieretr-. it be as .ed. what evi.l-iree is -r
can be furinishd of ihe -ouper.iI intel itrelc
amd prn-ti:ss of th pr,-.;;it-century-a pro
gre'ss of* which w- aire so apt to lnuast--the re
vis thit it is to he im..d i, the high charactir
f the .arerly ievi, ws abroad and at hm!
(V it hi. attirmed. that we ave no native li-em
tre iii this .-ont.;ry. a. d theeefore no matterials
to furnish the round work for Ri'views. the t
swer is. that ou: 11' iews comistittut- itr :tivt
literatuItie. aid that if learnint a. d schniarship
are sotght for, they are to be fomid in our Rio
views, whichl tierehbre shoni Ih,e wardv and
tirumly supported.a;s an evidence. :id a hir ione,
of ilir liwrary pretensio and our nati.' :il
character jesid. s. io otte caise. it tmy be
safely a iirmed, iaa contribuitedo. litle.c ti 1!i
eit trilcit. to awakeii literary ambition, and to
produce the highesi ordler ol fil and p..werfitl
writing. as the istablislmtent ol' It vi- ws; an!
nV indlividnals have blien -timitlated it ex
traordinary efirs. and have bev eeeetly
known far and wide to fime. in conequence 0' 1
the opporlunities they havi enjoyedi d impro
ved. ifi colnti ibutig sicessfiull to worko of so
iftie ti:ld h lighrlylv resietlahe a charactei
imlitidialk. who. oiitihrwisi. in all p 01111iilty
w. -.ild nevr hNave heci tempt d to test their
stretigth on the literary nrena with stehi compet
itors as they woud b !ikiely to trv there.
The rrett aim of feviews is. to diseiss sub
jects letiledl ,t::oroti? bily.profoti(ly-iti stich
a ma-.ter as to beat tpon the whao!e soriai sys
tem. and pro .11ce a broad. deep and uermanent
iipressior upon the gineraleharacer of' a pwo
ple: In one word. their oje-t is to ditruse
knowledne not ti foster prejudices-to creue.
direct and en .trol-not -t echo, opini-ns-tt
li.-odtie becillicial c hanies niion a larue scali
-tt to perpetatite or -vei: toleraie existit2 a
huses. It is obviouns. therefore. that while. in
the in:mc'y of Attican literature a spirit of
indlgent.ie has been felt and ixteided to the
Ihnits of our lighter periodica's. which are rup
idly issned frami the prass. aid whici hav.
set vid ais ve'hicles ofteni for thic atttimpts of'thze
mere li:eratry dibatit tnarteriy lieviewvs.
hiviig htizlhir aims to accompisuh. and intend
itr to eprescaut an:i emboidy, iin the muost pow-.
erfiii and attractivie for:n. the opinions onlhy of
the molust enliightenaed minds shtould he con
ducted with a scrupnt~ins regar.I to the pure'st
pinciples of taste, and to the eleivationl and ad
vnetment of ouir literary and niationni chtar
In respect to the importance and necessity of
isabliiiig such a work at thie South at thle
pesent time. there cant be little doubt in the
mimts of our discrrning anad pubilic spirited
eiizenis. We mitst have such a work. or ll
bhind the spirit of the age which is of'a pre
i'minenettly. inqutisitive anid entterprisinr ctharac
ter. and the Soth shonld lint e such a workL,noit
ofnly frotm miotives of literary pide aind emutila
ion. in ordler to keep p:tee with the respectable
advances ofi'the ether wtid, i nteligent, and thtri
ving sections of' ft"-.\ mrican republic, biut alst
because~ thle South has. at the prset. t period us
pecialh. cer'taina great andit leaidinut interests of'
,ti'Ct romtt. itfihi cani he mst etlfectni
.:.subserved throneh the itnstrmnint ity' it
::iih a perti'odicl. It is tnt ntecessairs to raiise
'the war crt' against other portion - of the Uniim,
who may feel disposed, as lie oftitn do. to diif
f'r fron' uts in their views of' our agricul tui'al.
coiimrial and political interests. bunt it is im.
pr:t, highty so. that we shotiuld take otur
aanlherni posittin firmly itn the presetit attitudce
o --tur n:stionla! alitirs: that inur t'ositioin shtould
be clearlyh kidowtn andi underlistoiod. haithi at homte
aid abroad; that wte.s uont d be ready (t defiiui:
orselves a cd ottr instituttionts fr -m all covert or
,p.l asalts; t hi. wi' shmutd ma~intain thei prin
iples uof the F'ederatl Comnstetntiuin in its origrin
a it'enttint. with finm aind nuflinchingr sptirit,
autd -iromnote the catns' ad' a nrne antd eletateid
literature by all the indulcemteuus that cerinlie
held out to stimulat-- the amition andI pride of
intehigi'nt and chiva:lric pcop'e.
Protposition~ huave' been freuptently made bere
of ore for' te revival of' die Sotnthe'rn Review,.
w .ich utnforinntate'ly have not bteeni crowned
with the success 'htat wtas hoped or anlticitualed
for thema. tiifeent catuses have been assizuneud
for the fai'nrme of'these' pro ects, bmt the leuadine
one utetoubtedly is. the negrlecting ton avail our
selves of a vein Ijivorable eta'e of the pubulic
l'e'ing by faaiwinz lip we'i'l digested plaits
with vigorous and contcerted act ion. We have'
sal stil-folded ourm haids and closed otur eyes,
and1 theti huave omplatmed of iunive'rsal aipa'thy.
It islteliev'ed.that at th- tiresent momient.a ve'ty
de'', anea'a ad eanes lt de eire pe'rvadles the
'othern cotmmiunity, or at aut m ate, fte most
influntial oartian ofit, lt e-estaualish aan p'ace
on a permanentufountdation, a''nlarter'y Rteview
of thte highest order. If the snbuacrier cani en
list this feellig in his behalif. lie will have tea
son to a'.ticipate the niost Binttering success
otherwise his efforts will be vain.
It is proposed that each t'tmber oftecn
renti hited wortk shld c'ontait at least two huni
dred and fifty octat o tages of oriinalI mat ter.
orinted in thie best style of'thte Amtertiet. press.
Twenty-fiv" hutndred or thrnee thgotusani stil
scribers at five dollars annnnity. the mne'- ie
ig paid. wvoutld yield tin amountltt sutfflicie'tto
establish t- work. age afford a htandsome r'e
muniteration to writers "fo litaraury laltor. A
strong appeal is made to the pubtlie spirited
i ien of the' South,. amid alsi ofth-- We (st and1(
Sutth West, alri'ady utnited to tis hv strong (jes
-in a commercmi:ml mind agriei'turoal pon of v'iew'
-in behtal f of -hi proposed work.
Ch2!Iisttan . C,- Anril Wt 1.'39
;Mofra's Vegetmble MLue Pa'
AND PIJENIX BITTERS.
SlIF U MvRSA. ESTISIATros inl Wht h
celebrated Lifr Pills and Phenix Bit
are helhl. is satisfatrily demonstrated 1-y
iicrearsmng lemand ;,i ihem in e% ery State i
section of the (1i.on. antd by the o.1nnary
timenia s to tieir i tnnrkalle edlieary wich
e~v .ere- ieredl. It is inot less irom ade
ly gna I l lym confidetie that tney ire the tie
iat extensive and mesioable od tamoong
allhtedfellw ean Elthmo firom insterf
consideratious. tiat tie proprietor of these I
eminetly successfiti medicives is des'rots
keesinA them cmstantly biefore the pub.ic v
Til sale of every tddiional box and bottle
attarantee that sqtin- personoa wil! be relie
Irom a greater or less degree of snmeritt.
be improved -n general health; for in tino cas,
sutlferitaglrom disease eat they he take: it v:
The proprietor has never known or bhen inim
ed it an itslance inl which they have failed
do good; i the most obstinate ca se. of chru
dislease. sich as chrottie dyspepsia, torpid li
r etitstam, asthma. tervoins ol bilions h
ache. costiveness.piles. getieral debility, sen'
ot-vel'ingsantd nlcers, seurv., salt rie
and all other chronic affections of the org
a. d mtbranes. they eliect etm-es with a rap
ty ani permalnlt cy which thouaidltl5 have
tilied farom happ experience. Ite colds I
c1,1n::h, which. if teglecied, superinduce
tmisi lntr diseases of the ligs. and indeed
viscera i general. these medicines. if taken
Ior three of ftour days, never fail. Takein
nig ht. they so -mitte the ise ible persp
ion, ad so icieve tliesys!ein of rebrile act
nadil fecalcit olstructions, a. to prodnee a i
del?i' tyi sesce ofeit..'a e ence n he morn.
anli thni the iutalsvlptoms of'a co d slht
.artifaly rennti drin the day. the ro befit
of a stiitable dose at the next hontir of bed-ti
will al'tos! invariably eft. et pernianent re
%ithotit furthore aid. Their - Ife, 1et0,1 (ev
or a more acei atid violent kitnd is nct vsts sI
a speedy ittaken it prop:t1 nhile qtaxn
a 41 perst retiri g to bet with int!amma:i
Sympijto!1n5oh thinot-imt i::t itlt. avillaw:
with the er::tdii"ilt --onittniey that the Ii:'
eiemy iar S been overtrowe. and c:m1 easily
snibrlbied. li th- satne way.%iscera :ntrmeesei
tin-, l:-wever critit al, wtil yie!d-the fo1l
It to i:d the intttr to la g do.ewvs of
Lif; Ph/s: id o :iu hystei -al affectionts h1
ct',tilriocism re-tlegm ss. and very malty of
i nienti's ol tie Ne~ i'ea ckats oflit'ases.vi
to:ALe- fflenev ofthe~ F.-etiz Intirs. Frill
rectir:s lor Ile it tf V h.s e m'dirincs. r
shtmown:heir d at:ive n: pii4ability to dif
..m1 et :i1plaints. vncompat y :heir: aid theyi
he b:amed. who esa11 al retail. at :75 Bi9
way. whe:-e tmCrois certiltit., ofltheir
p:adeled siccess a rchwa.s open cit itnsi ecti
F-'or add itim particlars oWtihe above in
--ines. sce i1tolt's --;,on SAAcRTAs ".1 C4
-a aso ie oibtaim-d of th: dilierent Agt
who have the medicine r, r sale
French, tierman and Spanish directionts
it obtained on alppihtcatil:: at the oflice,
All pos't paid lcttcrs will receive immeeL
Preptred and sold It y WILLt.AM B. .oFF
3 5 Broadway. New York. A iberal deduct
mtade o lins'e who pnrelinse to sell nagai.
Agents-The Lil .ilediciies may also be I
Iaf* the principal druggis-s in ev--ry town throl
out tht United - ties and the Caindas. j
for Molht's Life Pil!s and Ihetix Bitters;.
he' sure that a fir sini'e of John Mhifft's sia
'art is nr'on the label 'each bottleof' hitters
box ol pills. Just received and(. for Palo by
C. A. 1)OWD, Agen
urigetd C. I. iuly 1. 1I:t9 Ift t
MiRes' Conznp'iussa -xi'aclt o
*i v im.-To,
A SUBSTIT.. T/ PU C AJOMEL.
'1ROli the weli known and estahll ished i
utta-ion of' (alonal, it hzas been long emnp
ed by the empi ic and sciemific physiciati,
o,.e of the must paverlitil agents fr the rei
valtoi disease. By the former, almost ev
land has buetn delnged with tIastrums. that ci
an.lors caimed as spetcitir;- in eve ry diseaise
cidentt to lhe humatn ihmily. The 10113 of' th
pretet stots nteeds no cmmnetit. for accem
cthmial inv'estiga:ian has shown, that the la
of' mttst otf the P'anacefts. Cacholicons,. d
which have bieen trumpete d before the coman
tity, with so mtuch aissurane, is Culomecl,
metciry it- somte formt. Now, if this poi
article 'n in th- hateds of the most ski
p ayician, 'regntently cxerts an inflnence on
htumtai sysetem, uinireseene. tnnd entirely beyc
he control of tart; ntude umngat the cons-itm
in brinacingoni premaitere old age. disea.se
d ath, whart resnlt should be expected wi
presribed by the enourant Could their mt:
thensa nd vif timts speak, a voice from the tot
wouliid souon dispal thte -sPcife' delttsion that i
swy the miinds of the living.
lH mate pihysicians .eploare the sad evils
sititg fromi thie meraenrial practice. anid a
.glndly hail thte itntrotductioni ofan auticle that
saf'lv lie -tnbstiiin: tezd fir ('n ma] They ,
and that Ibeently, th:- gret ancertaiv . i: .
ary operationi; .hey cannhot say wlb-t:"r 1t
hie avoii nhh.t.r'' -l.f-vnrable. fThey inso /a
aad feel. that it it-i tns. i: etinuted foranty c
ces mnttst cetainly rtollow. hiaut they a mt e
the least of tao evils: they k--owtno tter at
el that will arouse a torpid liver, remoave
strction. anti sett int free action the whl
glatular system. and it Iteina inadispteins
eessary to do this, thety conittimeae its use.
withta- ding the ev-il contsequeures'e wht
Tey have long desired and soup hit an a
el that wonhi prodttce the good effects of 1
rtg, withottt sitb ecting the patient to its, i
terirns resutlts. Stneh a desidleratuim, it is
lieved. has at lengt h hean obtained. itn the art
'ow presented to the piublic.
The propieitorsofthiis article keeping itn vi
the facc. that a wcise atnd betneroient Being
laced withint the reach ofatll, remtedies adapt
to the diseases intcident to the climte they
habit: anid knoinitg likewise, that mlost of
disease's oifthe UhaT :D STA TES are based nlj
organic oar futncttual deranigettent of the hi
dIrct' d their attenationa to thost' -articles wh
act mtore esiecially on the biliatry organs.
A fer lotng. laborioaas, aund expensive resent
th'y have sincceede~d in e'xtractmtt, a snbistai
from the TOM ATrO~whichl, frtemits parenhiat
iet npon the lepaitie or biliary organs. they bt
tenmiated~ Ikcpatinr.. It isa a medietete that
prodne all tite lie. eficial resitts of ('n'omel
both atente and chronaie diseases waith'ot
pots.bi ity orpoetin~fg the dleetaeius cot
gn tenes coulmotn toa thri articte. Its actiott
ti the c~nsitmine is utiversa!. nao patrt oaf
systemi estenpinlg its influence. It is. howe
upon te orentn of set-retiona and exi reti
that its great power is tiarticularly mtanife's
laece it is pecu'iarly adapted to the tentu
of bilius fcvcru and other diseases in whie
topidity tor copugestioniiel thee liver aid pe
crt~ prevml B
t is admisibhe in all cases whecreist is neo
stry to cleanise the stimnthl and hiowels.
reive's obhstutction,. tand exeites a qmeck
aeltyv actioan of the liver aid other glandi
vi-cer'a of the abdomae. Beiung diffusibli
in its opeernition,. it 1iridnees a free c'ircunla
itn he vesselst on the sturface of the bod'.,
optned lby a vet'tl"e perstairtatiot.. It
nat exhtaust lik e drastic puirgest still, its anc
is more ini'ersal, anti mar. often Ite renent
not mierely w.aith sarety bitt with trent het
Thsheoe indispensably necessatry li e
..... .,,tirasttm mdte he strone mediemes,
(to0n. if ever. do good; but uud to injure m
,tamina of the constiti.tionl.
It is cleansing and purifving to the system.
acti in) periict harmony'with the known laws
the of life. 'rnd is undouhtodly one of the nostialtun
'ers be artic es ever offered lr public trial and in
ad Forconvenience, this medicine is formed into
.:- Ernin p)i4ls. The white pills are cathar-ic. al
are feratirc diaphoretic. ntId diuretic. Tih vel:ow
e.. :,llsare tonic stiina!nt.and diap!i rrlic.
as As a fauily inedicinc. oie whieh nty lie re
his "orted to vith safeely. nnd re'ied on with cer
lei tainty, in the first sties of' disease iii abntost
re- nn- 'orm. it exceeds all forimer dicoveries i
of 'odicine, either from the vegetalde or miunral
,3 a They are pot up in packages of 135grams,or
ed 45 Pilfs. at 50 ccnt!, or 101 pills it $1.
mnd The :above .ledi'iie is: received ani for
, o. sale n dite t'd3-fih iledicinae Store.
i. Jully 1 1, l If '23
t About Brandreth's PilS,
niC 2'HEIN EFFbLCTh.
!ad HESE Pails are a Vegetable and Univer
,fl T3 s:ai .iMeicine, proved by the ex..eri, nce
tin of' th. usands to be. when properly perse% ered
ins with It CERT.JiS cure in every forr of the I iLY
isi- O. Diasf;Ax, all havit. the same origin, -s d
es. i variahh arise from the U [V I f AL
sad to ;IT of all diss'nses, tnamely. IM P-RI'l Y,
t:e or DI'll:RFECT eircslationi el the BLOOD.
the I a period (if little more than airee years isa
but ti Uni.ed Sites. they hav restored to a state
at s1f fit. LTH and enjoytiansn:. oerr ONE HUN
ra. DIV 1) TITUSAND persons, who weregiv
i en over as iiArable by physicians oftle li.st
ot rnok and --tnnding. .snd in sana sases whenu
a every sther rcmicdy had been ressorted to in
id v- i,
ioa in all cnses of rPaii or Weakness. whether it
mI' be cromn or recest, whether it be dcafra-ss
ef. sr pain tmt thie side. whethias it aris froncontstan
ers tional o tromlt somae istedin-e c:se, whether it
a.' hefro:n internal oa t- rasal injury, it will be
it thetsbolthse Pills.
Tll 'iIs .ervat principles of"PUlGING" insi k.
he nCs is I t. lie appreciated. It is found
cc l1ela mure, cl vs''llnt to take an oceasioial
he dose of halfni dozen PillN, and be alxas well,
ec hIatn to enil ftor at )octor and hbe bled. bistered,
. and -:divated-n% i'i t;:c cariaiuy tant ifyotu are
rnot illed, yon are sore to hav' tmonths ofUis
thae eralie wea;knes, atid the snh titne who is bene
p. fitted is your Doctor Look it the difference
w 'r bet ween tise appearance of those two persons
i(d oe has been tieated by your regalar prarti
di- tioner-see how pa.e aid debili-ated lie is. see
,g lsw the laadow of leath thra'ws his solitary
-er- glan:c fro his aaciated counitena nce, see
ta w lie tremtlala's in every 'imb; his eye's sn1i1k,
)a,4 his Iteth destroysed-his coistitmilion perhaps.
m irre ocably go e-yct. .nlist liem Iow% ite Di'c
,. ;tarrogtates to im~selfecredit. ls' says, ' ost
di- inveterate c;ase of liver comaplaint"-"nothing
,Iy hit the amasst energetic remedies saved him."
11s Energetrc micasures! i. e. lercnry :a:d Bleed
in-. riied his constitutissn. better say. So to
save life. you itust h1alf poisson n ith ilar coi
7 fortcr oi the toili and g'tus-M lRlRCURY
and po'ittvery snake a mas imi-erablle the sad
ate remsainidcr of his exat4cice; this is called esrin-.
-r. Let ts now look at yonr "purged" mano-the
joi matan who has iaken lrandreth's Pil I fAir Liver
(onplaint-he has als fir'. elastic tread of
lad conscious strength, his countenance is clear
I-h anod serene, his eve is full and sparkling with
Lak the feelinsg of 'ew%' lite atd anmaaioti; he has
;d been ce'tnfined a few days to his bed. hit lie
n- "asd tiotaitng but the TRUE BRANDRETH Pi.s.
or andsoon rose without any iijty hein-- sustain
. dbhisconstiltition. .nstead ofheingiin onlahs
in a weak stat .he will be stroanger after he lias
entire y recovered the attack; he ause hi.q bitsod
- and flhids have become purified. and having
purged away tle od and ima'nre fisnids, the sol.
ids are thereby renovated, and lie is not horne
down by nieless particles. but has renewed his
life and body both. 1
This principhi- of ptring with Brnridreih's
Pills. teoves nothing but the uselss and de
enyed partirles froin tie boily.-th.. orbid and
as enrrUpt hnnors f'01 the bdd ht hlnmaora
"'l which cause disePase-the% impiied e finne
ry tions of the liter whe they settle npona that
roran. anid which whet they settle upon the
an- muscles, ptrodneae rhieinmatitsm; or, nposn the
ese tierves sradnaee goat; sr. nplonl the lungs pro
a~e duceeconasumtxption; or, upton thte intestines, cos
tatveness; or. upona the liniings of the blooad ves
C., sels. apioplexy and paralysis. anid all the train of
ttdisor 'rs so mttlanchioly t~sa thc sufferer and all
or who behiold them.
.il Ye arting these humators front the body
ithe truae "tare for all these comptlainits, and
the ..very other fosrmu -tf disease; tbis is ano mere
nd a..sertion, it is a deamonas rable tuth. aid each
ftday it is extentding itself'. tar and wish' it is hte
comingtl know'. and muors' & store appreciatedi.
I' The cenre hiv putrgin: may maoresh~pend tapoit
*)tihe laws whiich pars'dnsce sweetiaess or purity
mbw than ay he genserally imangined. Whatever
re- hns i end to pnare'fhetion,therefore thec ne
FROWhe const-mnt exercise cannot he used
FROM A NY CAUSi-: the occnsional uase of
')es'tI al aiciNE is A Bs'OLt'TELY requtir
Tim teco'nnlrrs of the. BL~OOn, the
rm.N rsup or 's. -:m.' keptt free front thoese itm
. purities v hich wouki prevenut its 'steady cur
.retit miniat~ime health:. Thtus, taorbiad hum ors
. .r' p.v'' ead ftiwn~ heenain.: mrised wiith it.
ru- It is nia-nre w jchtis thaus assisted thronc h the
il. means anad outleas which she has p.-ovided for
thi Dn.BARsR~v's 'FFZCi.S int 'ew York."are
t- 24 fRI .1lW AY.187 laudson street. anal270
lih iowei y. bet arcn Prince and Houstont-sts.
Biewure of cosunterleits. Druggists NEVER
de.- Only piae in Charleston for Brandreth's
he- Vegetable Uttiverstil Ptills. wvhich is nmy owno of
cle 1ice. and openied fur the exc'lusive suipply. Do
not for ge t.
ew 70-M EETING-STRFiT-70,
tas One dooar from Quteen. is the ontlj place for the
ted true Brnntdreth Pills. Prico 25 cents per box,
in- with fll directiosns.
he B. BRANDRETHT. M. D.
ion The GasuitE' Brtandretht's Pills are sold by
er: C. A. DOWD. Edgefield C. H. and JOHN
ich Mc LA REN. A bbeville Coutrt House, S. C.
June 5. la39 adhof 18
4. opper', Ake Iiron, an~d
Tin Ware Yanuftacory.
ill AtIousTA, GEOnoiA.
.in t 1HE Sublscriblerlas just reeived, A large
he U.assortmies t oh' Copper. Shecet Iron and Tin
ass- Plaie; wvhich lae will sseanot~'ctoroe to any pat
Lila tean, usuial ini su h Wnure: such as. .STIOVj:3.
:hec STOVE PIPES. STIL.LS. .'T7ILL IUVRMS,
er, atal every variety of TIs WARE.
o, -lie solcits the patronuage of his friends
:d. anti alas publaic in Cenesra'. in South Carolinn
ett aiid Georgia. as hte inteatls keepinig a con
b a s'ant and full supply of the absave turticles, his
Mr/ est'omers will not b" disapphoinmed fromn the
wvanat of naateriasls B. F. C H . WV.
es- .qi' The hightest price will be given for Old
Ii Pecwter. ti-pper. Brass an'd Lead.
r d Anan'astn. Ga. April15. 18 9 tf 11
. " Public tiotice.
aicn PPLI C A TION for a reniewal oef the Char
le; A ter of incourpearntion granated to the State
tion Conventioan .sfthe Baptist Dcnomnii~ton, in
tea Soth Caroiina. will be made at thte next sit
efit. ting of the Legisltatre of South-Carolina.
ass By order of~tte Cii vea tion.
,... ' W. BI. JOHNSON, Pres'nat.,
w pring and Sumixmer
I HE Snbscriber inforins his friends and
* tle publit generally. that he las just re
elleed Iirm ...w York, a coilplate IS'ort
me.tnt of Stapie and lai.cy. Spring and Stn
ner Goods-amcong w hich are
3-1 4-4 5-4 a:.d -4 br .we, & b cached Shirt
ing and Sheetmqs,
A handsomtie assortmuee'tligltcoel'd Prints.
50 piees light col'r'd London ado.
French prints and prit.ted Jaconet,
Mouruing and half meourning prints and
Super printed Lawns,
4-4 and ,4 Cambries and cambric Muslins,
6wiss nal book .%i nslins,
Jact nt. phlid and stripe do.
L\ osnasaiss and broend' di.
L.adies ;and ;-ent's wl..te and black, silk H. S.
and kid loves,
. " Cotron nld thread do.
"6 " lisses black and white nett,
Lace and 1Gauze do.
A handisome assortment of gauze and satin,
and Alantua Ribbons.
Dest Italiani sewings, black, blue black, and
assorted by the Iuiantity,
Hem-stit hed. an-- super ,inen cambric Hkfs.
M1en's and boys Pongee di,,
Ladies'gauze. [lernani, -ro-de-nap and sew
ing silk H krs.
4.4 Irih linens and linen lawn,
Plain, inserted and flriled bosoms and linen
8.4 and 10-4 table diaper, 3-4 birds eye and
6-4 S-4 and 10-4 danask table covers,
French napim. ns & to" els,
Fri'nih brow; a %I grass Linens.
While and brown linen Djlie~gs
Super rib'd do.
A variety of Cotton do. col'd. and striped for
Cases (if piahn leaf Lnd willow Hoods,
Englisi. Devon sitaw Bonnets,
A large assortnent of silk and cotton hose
and half Hose,
3.4 and 4-4 plaid anid striped domestic,
Silk. satiii, and Marseilles Vesting,
Parasols and Utmbrellas.
Fnriittredinits mi.d fringe.
l3a.-k hombazines and nerineos lor Coats,
Paris needle woerkl ntuslin cape's & collars.
French ba4k.-is. bleached Rnssia Sheerinas.
Any tliina like a .ene, al enuneration ofur
tiches is itmi raceticabl.; bon these- in addition' to
his orter stock. make it soiiciently extensive,
nd he trusts his prices are sufficiently moder
ate tio be worthy the attention ol all who wish
to stpply themselves with artic'les in his line.
H is former ciestoners and all who buy in this
market, will do him, and perhaps themselves
a favor. by examining his assortment before
r JOHN 0 B FORD.
ITnheb'rra. Matrch I". I -I. - tf
Ntw Spring and samier
r "HE Subscribers bea leave to inform their
custoeners aend the public -ienerally, that
they are receiviig and opeinig a spleidid as
)-l'ilig olld G1111w 'l 0 00
Embracinig every variety oh British, French
and Americai, Staple and Fancy Goods,
which have beetn selected with ereat care.
They -nvite their frieids to give them a call,
nd they shall have good bargains.
G. 1L & E PENN & GO.
arch 21, 839J 7 tf
spring and Summer
(i LO ITHING.-The Subscribe'rs have just
J received a handsome and general assort
nent of goods for hent's Spring and Summer
Coats. Pants, and Vesis, witch they are pre.
pared to have made up. in the very best style,
and on the most reasonable terms.
G. L. & E. PENN Ar, CO.
March 21, 1r39. 7 tf
New Spr'ing & Summer
GO(ODS-The subh-criber hav.inp just re
teued from Charleston. is now receiv
ig and ope'ning a general and cotmplete assort
ment of Fancy and Staple
which have beeni selected with great care, and
will be disposed of, on as reasonable terms, as
any in this market. Hei re'spectfinily invites
his old enstoemers, and all who tmay feel dispo
sed, toca..ll anide--amine his .srtck.
C. A. DOWD. -
March 28.1839. tf S
Fresh Family Groceries,
CA, Lauran Rio Coffee,
New Orleans aid Cttba Mbola-es,
Hvson, Imperial and Blha'k Tent,
R ice. & c. & c. .For s-de by
C. A. DOWD).
April 1, 1830. tf 9
a ... detneein Pettersville,
- ,. of about 14 acres of good
.h Land-a part iiot cleared. On
tpremises are a good Dwe'linsg I louste, 1 sto
ry ad a half high, wvitlh fie rooms-a large
'ramed Kitchen and Smeokehtouse-an excel
lent Vell of pure water. For particulars en
uire at this o ffice.
Feb 14, 1839 - tf 2
H E Copeartnersheip of Kernaghan & Roo
ney, of' Hamburg. So. Cun., was dissolved
ot the -23d instant. bcy montnal consent. The
Business heereafteer iil br continued by Thom
a Kernaghtan. one his siwn account. He wiill
receive all nioney due the late firm, and will
settle the debts sof the same.
.P. H. RIOONEY
H amburg. 23 1s-1' 3m* S
A LL persons inidebte'd toe the Estate of Wi-t
le~.Iy H -Hecrry, deceased. are regncested to
meke~ imumediate pnyment: and those having de
mnands against the said Fstate, are requested to
present thien dtnh autesterd.
SAMUEL STEVENS, Adm'r'.
Feb 12. 1839 *ae 2
A LARGF. amount of notes and accounts
due to l.orrain Geddings, formerly of
H amburg, hias beena lace'd in the hands of' the
snet-riher. with lie positive duec-tion to stie
uioi alh such of' th- a- arc not settled ott or
be'fore the first Mon. ay ine .June ncext.
3. P. CA RROLL, Auorney.
May 2, 1838 tf 13
A LARGF.l supply oh' suerior LEMO'N
S YR UP, a delight ful lleve'rage for the
Smesmer season. For saile by the bottle ande
gatllon. by 11. R. C'OOK & CO.
l.1naburr, A m-il 10n 13 tf 31
Stite of imltIl I ai'olila.
IN TIlE COMMON 'LEAS.
Wade Speed, surviring paInrter
of Watkins & Speed, for the Attachment.
use of John Watkins, inl
vs I Debt.
Adolphts .l. Sale. )
Johni Watkins, 4d'nr. of 11. .1. Attachment
vS. Same. . Asstimpsit.
T IE Phitinflit. in the above ztaled cases,
having filed their declaration in my Of
fice. on the twenty-seconl day of November,
jd:sI, and the defendaut having no wife or at
torney known to lie in this State, upon whom
a copy of the said declarations can he served:
therei're Ordered. that the said defendant do
Sprieur :nnd nake his deli-nee within a year and
a day froi the filing of the said leclarations. or
final and absolute judgments will he awarded
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c P.
Clerk's Offc. Z
Febl 14. 138 w & p $10 aqe 3
Mate u otit oi h (' aioina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Mark S. Anthony
vs Attachment: Debt.
Adolphus J Sale.
Vs Attachment: Assumpsit.
Adolphus J. Sale.
Speed & Heoter,
surviving partners, Attachment:
Adolphus J. Sale.
Vgne Plainti's in the nbove cases having,.
I on the twenty-second of November. l38,'
fi~ed thdir declarations in my Office, and the
de!endait having no wife or attorney known to
he in this State, npot whom a copy of. the 'dec
laration, witha stpre al order of the Coauit en
dorsed thereon, can be served: therefore Or
dered that the said Adolphus J. Sale doappear
and make his defence. within a year and a day
from the filing of the declarations as aforesaid,
or final and absolute Judgment willbe forth
with riVen and awarded against him.. .
JNO. F. LIVINGST.ON. c..r.
Feb 14. f19 n & T $10 -ae 3
tLie of kolith, ( ar0 iia.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Isaac Branch,. ATTAcHMENT,
Archibald Hamilton. Assumisrr.
T H l Plaint ff in this case having, this day,
filed his declation in the Clerk's office,
andl the defendant having no wife oraitbrney,
known to be in this State, upon whom a copy
of the said dlclaration may be served: There
fore ordered,that the said befendant do appear
a d make Iis defence withiti a year and aday
from the filing of tie said declaration, or final
and absolute judgment will be forthwith awai-.
dcd against him.
J%410. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. P.
May 1I. f:,9 R& T aeg 16
ta te of - outh Carolina.
IN TIlE COIMON PLEAS.
Wm. Brunson, vs. Foreign Auaducent.
Willial Dram, Debt.
T HE Plaintiff in this casehaving,on the 11h
of September. filed his declaration in the
Clerk's Office, and the Defendant having no
wife or atorney,known to be inthis State,upon
whomt a copy of the said declaration may he
served: It i therefbre or1tered,thattbes 'Dc
flendant do appear and makeiiis defence within
a year and a day, &1m the filing ofthe said dec
laration, or final and absolute judgment will be
awarded to the said Plaintif.
GEO. POPE, 0. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Sept 11, 1838 eq 33
State of Sonth Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLE AS.
Robbios & Conner,)
vs Assumpsit Attachment.
Win. Yarborough. -
T H E Plainatiff, in tis case, having this day
filed his declaration, and the Defendant
having neither wife-ntor attorney within this
State, upon wvhom a copy of said declaration
can he served; Ordered, that the Defendatt
plead thereto within a year atnd a day from thais
puabhcation. or the said, action will be taken lpro
confesso aainstn hint..
GEO. POPE. c. c. in.
Clerk's Office. Oct 24. 1t38 daq 43
State of' .SOuth (Carolna.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
vs. FoRutGN ATTACHN:ENT.
?to Ill. P:aiitt in the above c::se having
.9 thb~:'.dv tiled ieis declaraiitin.anmd the JDe
fendanit !mving no wife or attorney knowvn to
bte within the btate, upon whom a copy of said
dclraion withm a rutle to plead could be serv
e:tisOrdered, that the said Defendant do
appear aind make his defetnce in the aforesaid
action, within a year and a day, from this date,
or final anad absolute judgmnenl will be awarded
'GEORGE POPE, 'c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, Nov. I, .1838 . *de 40
R'ANAWAYfrom the Subscri
he nthe night of the 5th of
. Febrtury last, from my place two
A miles from Hamburg, S. C.anor
nmin named BEN, about fort ve
-years old, five feet six inchtes high.
The above rewar'I will pay for
delivering him to me, or putting him
in jail so thati I can get him.
Hambure. March 2'i, 18.'7 tf 8
STt)LEN on Monday night, the 8th inistant
ft eta the residence of Capt. E. B. Belcher,
a Patenl .Silrcr !!atch. wit\ a Silk Braid Chiaint,
and a Brass Key attached to it.
Whosoever will deliver the said Watch to
the snhecriber. and proof suifficient to convict
thre thief. shalt receive thre otbove rewanrd.
RICHARD M1. JOHNSON.
, April 17 1P39 tf 11
NVO T ICE.
L L Persons indebtedl to the late Ch:4'
tian Breithauplt, dec'd., are regi.ast
ed to make immediate payment. And Ill
persons having demands against the estrcto
of saidt dleceased are requested to present
theut dulv attested.
JOlN BAl'SKE TT, Ez'or.
b'eb. 2. -t
O\ the Augnsta Stage Ii ond, near Monne
Vintare. n Bunch of Keyn, with a seal andl
corkscrewv n:tached. The ownecr can have themt
by ptayin~g for this advertisemeant. Apply at