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Von th Eglautine.
S SU-iMER HOURS.
Sweet is the early hour of morn
With its gift of diamond dew,
When the sky-lark'seyefrom the earth isborne,
To gaze on the reakm ofblines
Ah! dear to a wakening world
. This time of the summer'sday!
The banner of light is again unfarled,
Dispelling igh's dreams away.
And the richer. glorious hour.
When the sun's overpowering beam
Bath added-a glow to the palest fower
A coloring to the stream.
"Theium of the bee is heatd,
- But the breeze is faint and low,
And nonght but thebutterfly's wingsarestirred,
As fromleafto leaf they go.
The shady evening hour.
- ba igtier Iour than all,
For it'sspel o'erthe heart of man bath power
.Bight visions to recall.
The features of the dead
AD that the soul enshrined
The tones of the loved, that have long since.Red,
Leaving a waste behind.
These then o'er his spirit come,
'Xhat bae slept through the busy day,
When the bird'is arrest-they hauut theirbome,
And never, never stray.
Yet joy, deep joy for thee
Thou eveninghour of mirth!
When the weary one's welcomed, with laugh
'To his own beloved hearth.
Wbile-thy star doth shine above,
And we dwell amidst the free.
Last hours of the day, may peace and love
Ifor ever gladden thee! -
PASS IT ROUND.
Great Harrison. he was the one
To lead thesonsof freedom on.
And when they went the foe to find.
"Great Ilarrison he staid behind.
4'Poor Indian" too, without a "hound,"
Caught "Grinny" "sleepin" wery sound!"
N. H. Argus.
And when awoke at break of day,
As wont to do, she ran away.
When she heard the cannon's roar,
They never saw her any more!
Straight to our river in a boat,
'6Tipped" in a fannel petticoat.
She went hone to snug safe quarters,
To muse, on Thamcs' bloody waters.
she went, quitechildin feather bed,
And criod the "blood's on Croghan's bead."
When Procter journeyed from afar,
To whar she was-she was'nt Mar.
And s4 it was-Tippe was right
Co rnsShe did not dare to filht.
et Croghan fight. I'll run." said she,
*The British ne'er shall shoot at me,"
In feather bed, so sug and warm,
Away from sword or bullet's harm,.
Our Granay slept, again, till day."
Til n hranueseneaked a y~
A'nd while her troops staid firm, behind,
To North Bend seaked, and tbere ned.
T'he 'eer man's candidate" is she,
Who'dsell themi into slavery!
Bay State Democrat.
And take the money for to buy.
"Poor niggerslave' arfore he die.
And lthe sbeiition trick,
Yet stuD the whigs in triumph sh'.ut,
"Ilard Cider- Tip," will kick -Van" out!
.But "Uncle Sam," a knowing one.
Says, "can't come that," "*Mis Harrison!"
Nor will the p6ple ever "chaeo"
- His alien adsiton law.
Inseeonsl childhood now is she,
Under the guardianship of three;
.They will not let old Granny speak,
S'Cause the old critter's mind is weak.
The presidential race draws nigh,
Both nag have got their mettle harh;
Bnt one has "Granny" for the rider,
Qitite "heavy wet" with. "old hard cider."
Mississippi Free Trader.
. ttAsku Committe.. if you'd linow,"
Quoth Tip, "what I intend to do;
- "But.I do think thereia asn in
'&Wttng while men arid wlinig wmn!"
Ah, ha, " Old T*, you ne'ercan come it,
While Georgia lves to show von somewhat!
san. ( Georgia) Dal Tdl graph.
In vain the Whigs with loud hurra,
May shout their valiant chieflain's name,
H~e's but a little man of strawe,
isi feeds have nie'er heen known to fame.
l~frtunate Mistakec.-A French.gentle
amiying in the lower part of the city re
cently-received a cork leg from Paris, up
en trying on which a sad mistake was die
covered an iis co~nserneion. The leg molres
backward inted of 'forwards, and every
time the Utnfebunate gentleman steps for
wards with his teatlig the artiflcal one
puls imi back -ajty; -so that the only
way bie can mnake use of the leg at all is
hbystra'pping'it on heel foremost and so he
ksnow isen, going throngh the streets with
e iot piited- before arid the stber be
9* Stanea lends enehantmnent to. :he
VieW," as the oonviet -said when he' wan
Security against the Wscat Fly.--When
there is an abundance of clover or hemp
around a whent feld, i- has been ascertain
ed to a certainity, that very much less inju
ry wilt be done to the wheat by the grain
fties than in most other situations. The
reasonl is plain. The weevil deposits its
eggs on theswetest plants it canl fiad, and
prefers the clover or hemp evens to wheat
Might it not be a good plan for farmers,
whoie wheat fields do not happen to be
situated in the midst or a clover field, to
sow a pretty %ide row of hemp arotud the
outsideofthe loIt frthwith.-Main Culti
Pear Trees.-Tobneco leaves put a
round the body of peach trees, just he
nestth the surface of the ground, are te
commended by A. Dey, as a preventive of
the worm that destroys the trees by eat
Duritng the week ending on the 14th
inst.. 93,429 barrela of-Flour, and 37,169
bushels or Wheat. were delivered at Al.
batty from Eric Canal.-Char. Mer.
The Russian expedition to China is
snid to have failerd from the intense cold.
The thermometet fell to 72deg. below the
freezing point. Whole battalions were
cut al' by the blood spouting frotn the
mouths and nostrils of the men.
The New-York Times says that Coun
sul 'Trist has been arrestedi at Washingtin.
by Capt. Wendell. on a charge of false
imprisonment. and held to bail in the sum
of thirty thousand dollars.
Citizens of Charleston,
AND TIlE NEIGHBORING ST TES.
y OU are respectfully infot;tned tit 70
bissTnSG STRZET 70-is Iany Office for
the exclusive sale of BAtANDRI H'S VEGL
TABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS. Pricetwen
ty five cents per box..with dwectionsit Euglish,
French. Spaitush Portuguese and German.
The high and universal reputation of the
Biautdeth Pills, renders it iunecessary tocout
ment largely otn their particular virtues. As an
anti-bilious and purgative medicine, they arr
unequalled by any. Their purifytmg effect onl
the blood is tmiversally nllo ed-all that have
ever used have approved and recummtnded
In many canses where the dreadful ravages ol
ulceration had laid bare ligament aud bone, and
where to all appearance, no human meanus
could save life, have patients by the use ofthiese
Pills, bmein restored to good health; the devour.
ing disense having beencompletely eradicated.
In consequence of the pleasantness of their
operation, they are universally used in evei.s
section of this wide extended country where
they are tnade known, and are last surpersediug
every other Preparaden ef professed sini:Na
import. Upwards of Fourtee ' housand cases
have been certilied as cured, solely from their
nie since tne introduction of that into the U.
States, thus establishing the fact beyoind ah
doubt, that the Brandreth Pulls cure the (.ippa
rently) most opposite diseases, by the oue
imtuple act of continually evacuating the how
els with them, uutil the disease gives way:
therefore, whatever may be said of the THEORY.
the UTItTr of the PIACTICE is now BazTmn all
As Brandreth's Pills cure Scurvv, Costive.
ness, and its conseriutnces, seasfaring men.
and all travellers to foreign reginn<, should tdt
be without, in order to resoit to them on every
occasion of illness. No medicine chest is re.
quired where they are.
N. 'B,-Time or climate affects them not.
provided they are kept dry. Southern gentle.
men will find this medicine one that will insure
nealth to the people on their estates.
Be careftl atd never purchase Pills of a
Druggist, Paorast-o to be Brandreth's Pills.
Under so cIRcUMsTAscZ1 s atly one of this
class made an Agent. My own established
Agents have INTAntABL ai EIORAVED Certiti
cate. signed U. Bratndreth. b. D, in my own
hand writing. This is renewed yearly-and
when over twelve months old, it no longer
guarantees thes genuineness of the mnedicine.
tt would be well1, therefore, for purchasers to
carefully examnitne the Certilicate. The seal is
not wax, lbut embossed on the paper with a steel
seal. lfthsgenuinenmedicine is obtatined.here
us tto doubt of its giving perfect satisfaction,
and if all who want it are inarefitl to go by the
aboie directions, there is little doubt btut they
wi I obtain it.
Rtemembez 70 Mieeting street, is the only
place in Charleston where the genuine mesh
citns can be obtain, atnd at J. Satles. Hamnburt
and C. A. D)OWD. Edgefield G. H. the otnly
authorised Agents for Edgefieldl.
AGENTS FOR sdUTHn CAROLINA.
Stephen Owen, Aiken; Dav'id Turner.
Beaufort; John McLaren, Abbeville; Wiidiam
Cttnnitngham, Cohnntabia; Eli.ah Alexander,
Pickens; John Hastie, Penudletost; Samutel
Wilinot Georgetownt, McLutre. Brawley & Co.
CI'ester; Charles Wilcox. Coosaiwhatchie: Ma
ker & Ryatn, Barnwvel K. H.; D. & II. 13.
Rice, Grahami's P. 0., Barnwell District.;
Gaitnes 4; Bollitng, Greensville District; Rettben
Gross, Lsxingtont; I lastie & Nichol, Greenville
C. H.; John G. Toni~ne, Youngttesville, Fair.
field lDist.; Sylvester Beach, Orangeburg;
RuI'& Johnson, Newherry; Rice & Cater,
Anderson : Jatmes E. Gee, Leesville. Lexing.
ton Distrtc:; Bnrksdamle & Saxon, Gatrenisville,
Vernon & Mitchell Spartatnburg, P. J. Fcster,
Foster's, Union Distract; JohnMcLure,Unium,
ville. George S eel, Yorkville; A. H-. Chant
bers, Winsboro';C harles M iller, Edisto Bland
John Risser. Camden ; Satmuel .. ilmot,
Georgetown; Maker & Ryan, Barnwell; E
Garuigtue, Blackville, Barnwell; E D Felder.
Midiway, Barnwell; Gatngley & Drunmmond.
Lower Three Rns, Barnwell: Philip Char
trand,.Branchwille. Orangebturg; A. Stevettson,
Pickneyville, Union, and B. Juudon, Robert
Feb i1t, 1840 t 2
state of' 8onth ('arlinia.
IN THE COMJMON PLEAS.
James Harrison Attachment.
vs Henry Evans Debt on Judgment.
TE HE Plaintiff in this case, having this day
filed his declaration, and the Defendant
having no wife or Attorney known in this
State, upon whom a copy of the same can be
served; on- motion of PlainatiiB's Attorney, Or
dered. Thatilie said LDefendant do appearand
plead to the saiddeclaratton within a year and
a dlay from the pub'ication of ibis order, or
judgemen, ill berenderen againsthuimprconu
fesso. , GEO. POPE, c. c. P.
Nov. 5,18359 waw $7 50 age 40
ANGUSTA SEED STORE.
No. 219 Broad-street.
HIAS Constantly on hand a supply of fresh
SilAKER GARDE N SEE.DS..
The ua slliwance'made 'to conutry dea
flird 5eed,:Clover,.uleerne, Potato Onions,
On'pn Sets, &.-Aifd:Birulhsh, Swins', Sif
- s., idde 'f tild~hakers.
-33 H. SERVICE.
PFh 15, 18409 t
State. of Sou1h 1Carolina.
Matthew Mays, vs.
John Mays. Benj. Billfor Partition.
Broadaway and Nan- I
cy his wile. I
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Benja
L min Broadaway and Nancy his wife, de
fendants in this case. reside without the limits
of this State, on motim. ordered that the said
defendaits do appear. plead, atswer, or demur
to the complavinnni's bill %%ithin three -mmonihs
from the date of this publiention, or tIe said
bill will be taken pro confesso against them.
BENJ. Y. MA RTIN,c. 2.a.D.
7th btarch. 1840. 3aT $881 e 6
State of South Cariolina.
John Wilson, admu'r., vs Ja net Billfor RAlief
Wilson, Win. Wilson. Hugh a
Wilsim, James Ewing, and and Inju
Jane his wife, and others. jI*
IT appearing to ny satisfaction, that James
Ewing and Jane his wife, reside witiont
the limits of this State, on motion, ordered, int
the said defendants do appear, plead, answer,
or demur to the comiplainnit's bill within three
months from the date of this publication. or the
said bill will be taken pro cofesso agaiist them.
BENJ Y. MARTIN. c.Z. a.o.
6th March, 1840. I aT $881 ac6
State of' South C iolina.
William C. Black and Jane
hia wife, Va. Bill to set aside
Bennett Ileynolds. purchases. fur
Larkin Reynolds and accoynL 3rc.
IT appearing to my satisfactiom, that Wash.
A ington HIeynolds. one of the defendants iii
iis case, resides ievoaid the Iimits oftthis State.
to. amotion. ordere'd that the said Washington
Reynolds do appear and plead. answer, or de
nonr to the complainants' bill within three'
mounths from the publication of this order. or
the said bill will be taken. as too hiei pro confesso.
BENJ. Y. MARTIN, c. X.A.D.
7th March, 1840. 5w&p $881 ac6
Stie or ."ou1th Ca ('rolinia.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Leroy Taylor, vs. Attachment
Ivy Ta'ylor. . Assumpsit.
IT HE Plaintiff in this case, ha ing this day
I fi'ed his declaration, mnd the De-endait
having 1nm wifear Attorney. known in this state.
upon whom a copy oftie same can he served.
, n motion. ordered that time said Def'enedant
do appeit amd plend to the said declaration,
withmi a year and a day fronmi the publication
heteof. orfinal and absolute judgnment will le
awarded against hint.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r.
t" iQ ( a av $7 50 aqe 15
MIade l ulli Iis4 l'Irn1jl .
IV THE COMMON PLEAS.
Jel J. Liplford' Alt-icAnwnt
G truiishee. vs.
William M. Bailey A"''"pu
0 1H E Plainitiff having thin day filed his dec
I laration in my office, and the lefenidant
having no wife or Attorney known to be within
the State. upon whom a copy could be served.
with a rule to plead On motion. ordered that
time L)efendarit do plend to the said declaration
within a year and a day froni this date, or fuiml
and absolute judgumeut wiUI be awarded against
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON. c. c. r.
May 9, 140. 5 BkT .$7 50 aqe I5
State~ El' 80titlil (aiiIja.
ABBE VILLE' DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLE AS.
Alexander Seott. vs. Atacen -
Williaemm F. Limp~kim. ( traeu
7I H E Plaintiff havimg filed his declaraionm
in mi y office. in thii cese. and the De
fendnnt having tno wife or Attor- ey knmownm to
witidi the Smote, upon a copy conld he sierved,
with a rule tim pleimd. On moetion,. ordered that
thme Defendant do pled to the said declarationm
wthinm a year and a damy 'romn this date. or final
mad absolute juidgmenctt wvill be aw~ arded aginst
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r.
we m'M1 15 r 7 50) aqe 15
inimt: all hza:l Ga;rnlhina.
IN T HIE COMMOAN PL EAS.
W~ilson & Hodge
vs Casceon Attachmcat.
WVilliam M. Bailey tmi
Whlereis th~ePlainmtifis have this dayfei e~i
dieclarationm in thme Clerks Office of Abbeville
District.nagainest thme Defemdanmt who is absett
from. and without the limimts of this State, mind
as neither wife nor attornay, knownm within
the same. n poni whom a copeyof thme said declia
ration with a rule to pozeid unto, might be
served: It is thmerefoere ordered, that thme said
defenedanit dio appearanmd plead to thme said Dec.
aration, withlin a year anmd mn day. from his date,
or jidgemnent. final anid absolute will be awar
ded agamisi hium
JOHN F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. 1'.
May 11.1840 5 a x $750 age
state or soutth Carolina.
IN T HE COMMON PLL'AS.
. vs Cas.eon Agtachmentt.
.Tme Plain-iff hvinaZ this day filed his decla
ration in the lerks Officeiof Abbeville District,
against the defendant, whmo is abent from and
withiout the limits of the State, anid has neither
wife, noar attornmey, knwn within time samme,
mipon whom a copy of said dedlaration tmighit
he serv'ed: It is therefore ordered, tihat time said
Defendant, dio appear amid plead to the said
Declamrnton, within a year and a dnj from the
Glingof this Declaration, or final anid absolute
indgment will he givenm and awvarded againist
hm. JOlhN F LININGSTON, C.c. ?.
Clerk's Office. 1
May 11. 1840. i W&a $7 50 sqe
ALL persons indebted to time Estate of Robt.
A Watts. decensed. are regntested toe make
immediate payment; tand all persous having de
mands -igainst the Estate aib reqnested to pre.
ent -them duly attested, within the time pre.
scribed by law.
ROBT. McCULLOUGH, Ex'r.
Jul7 18. 1839 tf 24
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The LIFE MEDICINES reeomnmend
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move the hardtned fieces which collect it
the cvonvoltions oft he small imnteines.
Other nmedicines only partially cleanse
thet-e :tmi leave such collected masses
behind as in porodnee habitual costiveness,
with all its train ofeviis, or sudidenm diarr
hema,-with ;is imtmincit daingers. This
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after death; and hence ite prejudice of
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NOFFAT'S MEDICAL MANUALt
deesigied as a domestic guide in health,
This little pampnihlet. edited by W. B
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Price, 25 eenis.-Iur sale by Mr. Motrat'
These Valuamble Medicines nre for sale
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Edtgerld~s C. H. March28. 1840O if 9
Sltte Il' othl Catrolinnu.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
.iller, Ripley and Co., )Declarationm on At
W1illiamn Yarbrmngh. tachtment in Debt.
T HIE Planttiffs. in this case, having this day
tile d their D~eclarattionm in my office, amnd the
Diefenidant hmvinmg neiter iute or Alto. ne'
withitt this State. upon whmom a copy of said
Declarattionm cun be serve.d; ardered thmat mhe
De'fendnmt plead thereto withint a year anda
day fromn this 1:uiblication, or the said action
will be takeni proc-ontmeso againtst hims.
GE(J. POPE, C. C. P.
24tht Oct., 1839. 5T.H. r. 39nage
Staite ol outhl Catrolinia.
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
Allen S. Dozier, Foreign
William Yarborong~h. Attachtment.
baEplinifnvg ,this day filed his de
caainin my office. anad the defensdat
havinug nto wife or ttmorney known to be witini
the mstate. uponi whm.m ai copy couldh he ser
ved wvith a rule to piseil. Itis oridered that
the defendanat do plead to the said dcia
ration within a year nnid a day. fromt thmis dame,
r ftinal and absolute jmtdgment will be aswarded
gainast him. Gi EO. POPE, C. C. P.
Edgefield C. II. $ 7.50 o.a . oqe 41.
Nov- 6thm 1m39.
State of south Carolina.
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
M. 0. Tulnman )AssUMrhiT,
Ephraim Vessel.. AvvACHMENv.
H R Phaintil having filed his declaration
ir.theClek'sOffice onthei xtet
day of October Ilat, an.l it appenming tihat the
defendant is from.nand withomut the. limits of thet
.State,anud having neither wife noruattorney with
in the said District. "a whom a rule to plend~
can be smerved. It is therefore ordered; that the
defendanit do plead tothe siiid declttrationt with
in a year anmd u day, from the filing of the dec.
aratton. or fintal anad abso'ite jntdgmeint will he
entered against him, by defanlt
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r.
Jan 16.I840 w are$6 aqd 51
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orler, benevoslence. und usefulness to our
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southern mails, which all close at about 2
o'clock, P. A].
'All couttry newspapers who give this
)rospectus 3 insertions, n ill be etitled to
an exchange on sending a tunuher of their
papers to this otice. containisg the adver
tisetient. GillSWOLD & Co.
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March I140. 152 Nas.aan st. N. York.
Valuable Family Paper.
To Clergymen, Teacheis of Nabbath
Schoolus, and Bible Classes, .Students.
and Heads of Families.
f1111 E Publisher of the Advocate, respect.
Sfitlly ittforuns the Christian public, that on
the 2d of May, the first No. of the Second
Volume will be: istued with such improive
tmentts in its literary and graphic departments.
as the ta-te, tnlent, and inlhtstry of those cn
teoted with it shall be able tiunake. The pro.
prie are intend to numke it the best and cheapest
ueigious newspaper in America. We shall cun
tinume to publbsh, as utsual,
Illustrations of the Bible.
Consisting of views of the most remarkable
p laces atid objects, mentioned in the old and
New Testanents: Also, views of the principal
Missionary Stations, throughout the world
Engraved by the first Artists in the United.
Stuates. aller original sketches, taken on the
sot, by Laborde, Forbin Morier, Le Brtnyn.
Ker Porter. Stephte. s, JBuchtmghamt, MecPar
lane and otets. Also, the celebrated Car
rootts of liaello; MAPS. &c. The .Advo
cate is ptublished every Satturday, (otn a large
iutperial alw'er, fitne papler.) at 122 Nasmau-st..
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Termts, $l2 50 per annutm, in advance. Per
-ons pcering as A genits. atnd Postmasters, are al
lowedt 50 cents coemmiission for every subseri
her they obtatin, and frotm whom we receive a
year's subscription-they remtitting two dollars
l'or ettch subscriber. wuth the natne and poIsI
office adless. rTe paper is established on a
ptermnaneniTtss--heintg sustained by an Asiso
ciatiott with a Capital Stock of $10.~000.
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wvill not be takett from the qffice. Remittatnces
tmty be mnade at ottr risk, thtroughm the post mais
ters, whlo are atuthorized to enclose and remit
p~ayments for periodicals, frese of expense.
ROBElRT SEA RS, Publisher.
Papers throuaghoutt the United States. copy
ing the above two ttonths. will be entitled to
the Advocate for one year, frotm the first num
beritn May. 1840.
Mlay, 1840. , 14 2m
To Printers and Publishers.
F'PHE tndersigned, agents fat Lothian& Hnt
I gar-s Type Foundry, New York, wilt
contract to supiply sny qttantity or vanety of
Printing Type, to the Printers of North and
South Carohtna, attd -Georgia, on as advanta
geous terms as they can be futrnished from the
tmannfacturers. Thte Type made at thtis estab
lishmentt is all cast by hand. the metal eqnal, if
not superior to any in the cotuntry.
We are also agents for R. Hoe & Co's Ma
echine and Hand Presses, and all other articles
tmanutfacttured by them for Printers' mand Bind
We also keer on hand, and contract for the
regular stupply of Printing Paper, of any qual
tv or size.
'John-on & Dturants's Printing Ink, always
ott hattd. For sale by
BURGES & WALKER.
Stationer's Hall, e5 East Bay, Charleston,
IN T H E COMMON PLE AS.
J. & L. Jones, vs Attachment
H. H .hones.
T H E P'lainutiff in this case, Itiiwi led his
declaration itt moy office, and the Defen
datnt havIng tto wife or Attorney ktnown to be
within thte State, utpon whomi a copy cottld be
served with a role -to plead. It is ordered that
the Defetndant s'o plead to the said delarationt
within a year and a day. from ti date, or fiani
and absolute jndgmentt will he awardel, aainet
hi.GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
Clerk's Ojie, Sje
fehd. Oct 2, 1u39. ~$7 50 a w sge 4f
PlIaister of Paris,
(TI ROUND attd Calciued, sttitable for both.
Manuring and Plastering.
Almo, a genuine article of Old Port lfine
Just rheesved and for sale by -.
1H.R. COOK, & Co.
Hamburg. Peb 28,180 tf 4
-Phoemia Sk~fl Ware Factory.
TO MERCHANTS AND iE PUBL!!C
T eSubscribers having bee engagedi
the manuflacturing of Stone Ware at
Pottersville, ins Edgefield. S. C. for many years
and-from-long experience, and former owners
of that.estaljishmdaiifavs located. themnselveb
at the Phihix Tatory,- Shaws Creek, twelve
ilesafrum:Edgefield.C. House. on the maia
Road leading lrdin Ne'wberry, Unitd, and dig
rpper Districts to Aiken,:forlAM purpose of
munanfit -titotie' Ware in'l its various
branches. *T - i have, proured ife best "r
workmen-gAd rgPonizly making up,and
have a large stock-on lii. -Theh assortment
is the mrost conspIetsr ief'ore 'ffere'a for sale
in this market, to l.c hey would call the at.
tention of Drnists, 'N Y sand Planters,
saind all those wo . t
in their line. Among-.:'11.
which their stock its coioed, foil
Jars ofall sizes from J gallon to2b gal
Jugs of all sizes do. J do. 20 do
Churns of all sizes 2 do. - A 'do. -
Bowls or paus of ill sizes, from I do. to 5 do.
Butter Pots of all sizes from 6 Oda. ''do. i
Pitchersofall sizes fron-. do, to 3 do.
And leds neatly sude for jars and 'churns ii
Stew Potsof various sizes, &c..&e.
All of the ahove is inferior to none.'mjA
in the United States. Orders addressed to u&
at Edgefield Court House.S. C. willbe promo
ly attended to, and delivered to the M ~e60t'
desor, any distance underonehundred and
miles. Charleston merrhants can have their
ware delivered at the depot, in Aike, at 121
cents per gallon. The Price at the Factory
1 cents per gallon.
MATHIS & RHODES.
A pril 1. 1840 tf9
The Charl-ston Cotir. will publish.s time
weekly, and forward account to this Offiee.
COLUMBIA, Mfay 6,1840.
By Flis Ercellency B. K. HscVIAGA.M. Esq.
Governor and Commander-in.Chief is
and over the State of South Carolina. %
W HEREAS, informntion has been receiv
ed at this Department, that a most atro
cious murder was commitied in Newherrv Dis
itict. between the tenth aid twentieth day of
Jasuary last, on the body of a infant girl child.
by JANE STARKE. the nother of said child,
and ROSANNAHI STARKE and thatsauid of
fenders ha% e Red from juistice.
Now, know ye, that to the end justice may
be done, nisd that the said Jane Starke and
Rostnniah Startre, may be brought to legal trial
ani coidign lunishiment. I do hereby dfer a
reward ofTlHREE HUNDRED AND-FIFTY
DOI.LARS for their a pprelhenision and d- live
rv into any jail in this ttate. or Two Hitodred
bollats. for the apprehension and delivery of
either of them. .
Jane Stasrke is described naabout twenty-one
yers of age. heavily made, flair skin, and rather
Rosannah Starke, is upwards of ity years
of age, s!ender iraise. dark brown bair, and
Aonewbut grity, and long front teeth.
Given uider ny hand. and the seal or the
State. at Colusmlin. thoe 6th day of 3lnt,
one thomnsndeight hnidred anod fortv. ntid
the sixty-fourth year of \muerieas ilepen
dence B; K. H ENAGAN.
By the GovxuRon, of
At. LABOtwz, Secretaiy of State.
say 8, 184o f 15
.Edgejfeid CourS Housee.
T HIE subscriber would inform Isis frtends,
and the publie genera-ly, tasat hsis rooms
are fitted tip in a neut and c sniifos table. sty Ie,
ror the reception of visitors dusrisng the tinm-a
tner. lie assures those travellinsg froms the low
country, to this p lace, or rte Mfountains, that
every thing shall lbe done to render thsem atnd
their families cotmfortable, that lays in the Pro.
prnietor's power. He hopes. by $muremitted
attention to business, that none whuiiro fonud
of'goaod order and quiet, will pass by iltsign
of the Mansion House, (formerly oe'enpied b
Mir. Win. Brunuson,) tsr leave it diistiu~ed.
-W- W.-. DUNN.
N B. The subscriber las furnsished himself
with a two and four horse Omnibus, and three
very susperior saddle Horses, sos thsat no person
need he detairied. wikaing to go to any poin.t.
Meals at all times will be prs~vided at the shortest
notice for stage passengers, and othersstoppsing
at the AMansionr.Elonse. . . WV. V. D),.
Edgefleld C. H., April .27, 1840. 313 tr.
The Charleston Conrier and Savannah
Georgian, will ptublisah'the above 'four tinimep,
weekly, and forward their accou~nts to'this ofe
lice for payment..
State of South Carolina4
EDGEFIE LD DISTRItCT.
IN T IfE COMMON P.E AS.
Caleb Mitchell. adm'r. vsa
John Johnson; the same, Attachment,
vs the same. -
G. L. Penna Co. vs John
Johnson;G. L.& E.Penn aCo. ttaehtnst
vsathe same, in twoothercases .
' UTH E Plaintiffs having Giled thueir dechaitionb
U in my office. and the defendant havingija
wife or Attorney known to be within thse State,
upon whom a copy can be served. Ir is orddr-.
ed that the Defetsdant. plead thereto within a
year stud a day from thais publication, or the sid
action will- be taken pro confeswo against him.
GEORGE .POPE, C. C.?.
clerk's Offre. Edge.
ifed, Oct26tha,1839. (a a w $10. eag 46
State of South (Carolinsa.
EDGEFIE LD DISTRIC1'.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
William Daniel, vs Attachmuent
William Salter. ,Assumpusi.
T H E Plaintiff having th-rday iled his. de
charntion ini the above stated case, sand
saving no wife or attorney known to be with.
m this State, upion whomt a .copy of the-said
leclaration w ith a rule to plead catn be served.
It is ordered that the said Defpdnt do appear
mnd plead to the said declarstion, within a year
-nd a day, fronm thme publication hereof, or An~al.
asd absolutejudgnmnt willhbe awarded agaitss