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- Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias
I shall proceed to sell at Edgefield C.
llouse, on the first Monday in July next, the
followii property, viz:
Isaac 'lenry, vs J. K. Kilburn, his interest
in eight hundred and four acres of land, lying
on Savannah river, adjoining lands of Win.
Garrett, John Cloud; A. Sibley and others.
A. J. Rambo, vs the same, the above des
M. D. 1aher, vs John Sturgenegger, one
tract of land containing one hundred acresmore
or less, adjoining lands of Charles Lamar and
Win. Guyton, vs the same,the above <lescrib
Wenj. Frazier, vs H. J. Kemp, one tract of
land, containing six hundred acres,.more or less,
adjoining lands of Sanl. Stevens, David Har
ling, Jno. Trapp, and Joshoa:Harris.
J.W Stokes, vs Turner Goldsmith, one tract
of land containing sixty-six acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of J. Cloud, James Hubbard
and others. Alsio, one oth. r tract of land con
tai ning thirty four acres, more or less, adjoining
lands of H. W.Sulvanand others,two negroes
Patty and Masy; Also one Ho4rse and Buggy.
Thomas Goldsmith, vs the same, the above
Cook, Law & Co. vs John B. Burgess, one
-negro woman, Pinkey.
Maher & Ryan, vs the same, the above des
Penn & Brannon, vs J. H. Smith: Will be
sold at Liberty HillI on Tuesday the 30th.June,
the following property, viz: one lot of Baron,
one saddle and household furniture.
Terms, Ca rh. S. CHRISTIE, s.;E. D.
.Apne.9, 340 d 719
B Y Virtue of a writ of fieri facias. to
moe directed,-vill tbe sold at lFidonild
Court House, on the first Monday and Tuesday
in July next, the following property, viz:
James T. Gray, vs John G. Swan, one pair
of gray horses.
Terms Cash. S. CHRISTIE, s. z. D,
June 15, 1840 0 20
State of South Caroinua.
Reuben Carpenter and others,
Wancy Mosley.aud.athers Defendants.
B Y an Order from-the Ordinary, I iallpro
B ceed to sell at Edgefield Court House, on
the first Monday in July iext, the real estate
ofFanny Butler, deceased, situated in said Dis.
triet, onoStevens' Creek, bounding on lands of
John Rochell, George Roberteon, Charles Nix,
and die said Reuben Carpenter, and containing
,ne hunded acres, more or les,, on a credit of
twelve months. Thepurcaser wil.nbecgured
to give bond and good personalsecority, and a
mortgage of the premises to the Ordinary.
Cost to be paid in Cash.
S. CHRISTIE, s. .D.
June 8, 1840 ($3) d 19
State of South Carolina.
Ellis H. Goff and wife, Applican,
Eli Holsomback and others,Defendants.
BM V an Order trom the Ordinary I shall
" proceed to sell at Edgefield Court House,
on the first Monday in July next, the real es
tate of Ahila Holsomback, deceased situated
-in said District, on Shaws Creek. and hound
ing on lands of Moses Swearengen, John Lan
drum, Amos Landrum, and others. and conw
taining six hundred and seventy acres, more
or less. on a credit of twelve months. The
purchaser will be required to give bond and
good personal security, and a mortgage of the
premises to the Ordinary.
Cost to be paid in Cash.
S. CHRISTIE. S. E. D.
ian ,1830 ($3) d 19
State of South Carolina.
S Win. New, to
Francis Posey and Mortgage.
B Y Virtue of a Mortgage from Wm. New,
to Francis Posey and Derick Holsom
back, will be sold at Edgefield Court House, onl
the Brat Monday in July next, the following
One tract of land containing ten acres. more
or less, adjoining lands of Jarrett Wise, and
others, and one cart and one ox. Terms Cash.
S. CH RISTIE, S. E. D,
June 8, 1840 - ($2) d 19
State of South Carolina
Anson Mob'ey. to Forecdosure of
A. Y. Burton. 5 Mortgage.
B Y Virtue of a Mortgage from Anson Mob
ley to Allen Y. Burton, will be sold at
Edgefield Court House, on the first Monday in
July next, the followving property viz:
One tract of land containing one hundred and
eighteen acres, more or lesi,, adjonn Benj.
Tillman, Win. H. Moss and others; also one
1'egro man Simon. Terms Cash.
S. CH R[STIE, s. z. a.
June 8, 1840 (S'2) d 19
Fashionable S!ummer Goods.
BiIYAN of MINOR,
W&E RCH.fNT TSULORS,
IIAVE just received a general assortment
...ot Goods for Gentlemnens ware, of die
latest and most fahionable style. Consisting
in jiart of
London Cashmere, French and Thmibet
French Bomnbazin Gambroons.
-Honey Comb, Striped, and Ribbed Linen
Drillings, for Pantaloons.
London W~eltings, Challies, Plain and Fig'd
Gr.ovzs, Hos:RYa, Svoegs, Ca.WArs,
Sunas, Cor.as and Bosous.
- Also,agood assortment of
* FASHIONABLE HATS.
With many other articles, too tedious to men
tion. To which they invite their customers,
and the public generally to call and examine,
berore purchasing elsewvhere.
.EdgefeldClH., A pril 6, 1840. d 10.
Columbia, April 20,1840.
No. 1, Nzw Siazus.5
H IS EXCELLENCY the Lieutenant Gov
ernor in assuming the command of the
militiaof South Carolina, under the Constitu
tion, announces to the Aids-de-Camp appointed
by-his predecessor, that he desires them to con
tinue ii ofiice during the remainder of die Gu
bernatorial term; aria that no new appointment
will be made, except to fil the vacancies of
those who may lodicate a wish to retire from the
sevice by resigning their commissions.
By order of' the Commander-in Chief.
Adjyt and Insp'r General.
-'April 29, 1840 (---Cl h 13
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Robt.
SWatts, deceased. are requested to make
limmediate payment; and all persons having de
mnands .ugainst the Estate are requested to pre
sent them duly attested, within the time pre
scribed by law.
ROBT. McCULLOUGHI, Ex'r.
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- EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
.1. & L. Jones, vs Atcmn
H. H. Jones.
T HE Plaintiff' in this ease, having filed his
declaration in toy office, and the Defen
dant having no wife or Attorney known to be
within the State, upon whom a copy could be
served with a rule to plead. It is ordered that
the Defendant do plead to the said declaration
within a year and a day, from tlis date, or final
and absolute judgment will be awarde& against
him.GEO. POPE, C. C.P.
Clerk's Offe, Edge
Jield, Oct 26, 139. $'750 uaw sq. 46
Plaister of Pais,
ROUND and Calcined, suitable for both
Manursing and Plastering..
.Aso, a penuine; article or OW Port Wine.
Just received and for sale by 5
HambrgeH.O8R.O, & Co.
Vegetable Life Medicines.
T HESE Medicines are indebted -for
their name to their manifest and sen
sible action in purifying the springs. and
channels of life, and cnduing them with
renewed tone and vigor. In many hun
dred certified cases which have been made
public, and in almost every speciesof dis- a
ease to which the human frane is liable, r
the happy ef'ects of MOFFATS LIFE I
PLLLS .AND PIKENIX BITTEIRS
have been .gratefully and publicly ac.
,knowledged ;by she persons benefitted, and
-whowere previously unacquainted wiih
the beautifully philosophical principles
upon which they are compounded, and
upon which they consequently act.
'the LIFE M.E.DI01NES recommend i
themselves in diseases of every from & de- i
scription. Their first operation is to loosen
the various impurities and crudities con
stantly settling-apound them, .and -to re
move the hardened fmeces which collect in
the convolutions of the small intestines.
Other medicines only partially cleanse
these and leave such collected masses
behind as to prod'ace habitual costiveness,
with.all its trainof evils, or sudden diarr
hma, with its imminent dangers. This
fact is well known to all regular anato
mists, who examine the human bowels
after death; and hence the prejudice of
these well informed men against quack
medicines-or medicines prepared and
heralded to the public by ignorant persons.
The second effect of the Life Medicines is
to cleanse .tbo kidneys and .the :bladder,
and by-this means, the liver-anil the lungs,
the healthful action of which entirely de
pends upon the regulurity of the urinary
organs The blood, which takes its red
color from the agency of the 4iver and the
lungs before it passes into the heart, being
thus parifed by them, and nourished by
food coning -from a clean stomach, cour
ses freely through the veines, renews every
part of the syetem, and triumphantly
mounts the banner of health in the bloom
Moffiat's Vegetable Life Medicines have
been thoroughly tested, and pronounced a
sovereign remedy for Dyspepsia, Flatu
lency, Palpitation of the Heart, Loss of
Appetite, Heartburn and Headach. Rest
lessness, Ill-termper, Anxiety, Languor and
Melancholy, Costiveness, Diarrhma, Chol
era, Fevers of all kinds, Rheumatism
Gout, Dropsiesofall kinds, Gravel, Vorms,
Asihma and Cunsumption, Scurvy, Ulcers,
Inveterate Sores, Scobutie Eruptions and
Bad Complexions, Eruptive complaints. t
Sallow, Cloudy, and other disagreeable J
Complexions. Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
Common Colds and Influenza, and various
other complaints which affict the human
frame. In FEvER and AGUE, particular
Jy, the Life Medicines have been most
eminently successful: so much so, that in
the Fever and Ague distries, Physicians r
almost usiversally prescribe them. I
All that Mr. Moffat requires of his pati- r
ents is to be particular in taking the Lire
Medicines strictly according to the direc
goas. It i.s not by a newspaper notice, or
by anything that lie himself may say in
their favor, that he hopes to gain credit.
It is alone by the results of a fair trial.
MOFFAT'S MEDICAL .IANUAL.
designed as a domestic guide to health,
This little pamphlet. edited 6 W. B;
MoU'at, 375 Broadway, New ork, has
been published for the purpose of explain
ing more fully Mr. Moffat's theory of dis
eases. and will be found highly interesting I
to persons seeking health. It treats upon
prevelent diseases, and the causes thereof.
Price, 25 cents-for sale by Mr. Mof'i's
These Valuable Medicines are for sale
by C. A. DOWD.
Edgefield C. HI. March28, 1840 tf 9
State of' South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Miller, Ripley and Co., Declaration on At
William vYarbrough. tachmcnt in Debt.
filed their Declaration in my office, and thePanisnthsceavgtisdy
Defendanit having neither Wite or Attorneya
within this State, upon whom a copy of said
Declaration can be eervcd; ordered that the
Defendant p lead thereto within a yeair aind a Il
day from this publication, or the said action
will be taken proconfesso against him.
GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
24th Oct., .1839. -rT. II. r. 39 aqo
State of South Carolina.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
Allen S. Dozier, F origna
William Yarborough. Attachment.
rfiH E plaintiff having tis day filed his de
U claration in my office, and the defendant
having no wife or attorney known to be within
the state, upon whom a copy could be ser
ved with a rule to plead. It is ordered that
the defendant do plead to the said decla
ration within a year and a day, from this date.
or final and absoltute judgment will be awarded
aga'nst him. GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
Edgefeld C. . #7,50 G. & n. oqe 41.
Nov- 6th 1139.
State of South Carolina. e
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
M. 0. Tulman Asseursrr,
Ephraim Vessels. A-r-ACIIIIFrr.
T H E Plaintiff' having filed his declaration
in the Clerk's Office on the sixteenth
day of October last, and it appealing that the
deendant is from, and without the limits of the
State,anad havin neither wife~norattornaey with
in the said Distrit, on whom a rule to plead1
a be served. It is therefore ordered; that the
defendant do plead tothe said declaration wvithm
i a year and aday, from the filing of the dec-,.
ration, or finial ad absolute judgment will be
entered against him, bydfaultI
JNO. F. LI INGSTON, c. c.r.
Varriage Mlakiung. -
THE Subscriber will
make and repair Car
riages & Waggons of eve1
vy description in the best]
possible manner and at the shortest notice. All u
orders thankfully received, and prompl at
tended to.. EDWARD ARKR. f
H amburg Decc1. 1839 tf 41
Phoenix Stone Ware Factory.
70 MERCH ANTS AND THE PUBLIC
11he Subscribers having been engaged i
I the manufacturing of Stone Ware at
'ottersville, in Edgefiela, S. C. for many years
nd from long experience, and former owners;
f that establishment, have located theiiselves
t the Phcenix Factory, Shaws Creek, twelve
ailes from Ed-efield C. House on the main
toad leading from Newberry, Union, and the:
ipper :Distriets to Aiken, for the purpose of
at=iaturing Stone 'Ware in all its varions
iranches. They have procured tile best of
vorkmen and are constantly makitig up,and
lave a large stock on hand. Their assortment
a the most complete ever before offered for sale
n this market, to which'theyeWtl'call thi at
eiltion of Druggists, Merchants and Planters,
md all those who wish to purchase any tiing
n their line. Among the many articles of
vhich their stock is composed, are the follow
fars ofall sizes from A gallon to 20 gallons.
4gs-of-ill sizes do. j do. 20 do.
'hurns of all sizes 2 do. 5 do.
3owls or pans of all sizes, from 4 do. to 5 do.
3utter Pots of all sizes from j do. to 3 do. with
itchers of all sizes from j do, to 3 do.
knd 4eds 'neatly -umde for jars and churns if
itew Pots of various sizes, &e. &c.
All of the above is inferior to none made
n the United States. Orders addressed to us
it Edgefield Court House,S,'C.willbe prompt
yattended to, and delivered to the Merchant's
oor, any distance Under one hundred and fifty
niles. Charleston merchants can have their
vare delivered at the depot, in Aiken, at 121
:ents per gallon. The Price at the Factory is
[21 cents per gallon.
MATHIS & RIIODES.
April 1, 1840 if 9
The Charleston Cour. will publish I times,
veekly, and forward account to this Office.
COLUMBIA, May 6,1840.
By His EzVcelleng B. K. H ENAGAM, ESQ
Governor and Commander-in-Claef In
and over the State of South Carolina.
W HEREAS, information has been receiv
ad at this Department, that a most atro
ious murder wasconmitted in Newherrv Dis
rict, between the tenth'and twentieth ay of
anuary last, e 4he body of an infant girl child.
ly JANE STARKE. the mother of said chd,
md ROSANNAH STARKE and thatsaid of
nders have fled from justice.
Now, know ye, that to the end justice may
e done, and that the said Jane Starke and
tosnnah Starke, may be brought to legal trial
nd condign punishment, I do hereby offer a
eward of THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY,
)OLLARS for theirapprehensionand delive
y into any jail in this State, or Two Hundred
).ollars, for tle apprehension and 4elivery of
ither of them.
Jane Starke is described asabout twenty-one
ers of age. heavily made, fair skin, and rather
Rosannah Starke, is upwards of fifty years
f age, slender frame, dark brown hair, and
omewhat gray, and long front teeth.
Given undermy hand, and the Beal of the
State, at Columbia, the 6th day of May,
one thousand eight hundred and forty, and
the sixty-fourth year of %merican Indepen
dence B. K. HENAGAN.
By the GovzRoR,
4. LABORDE, Secretary of State.
May 8, 1840 f 15
E dgefild Courl House..
P HE subscriber would inform his friends,
and the public generally, that his rooms
re fitted lp in a neat arid cmfortahle style,
r the reception of visitors during the Sum
tr. Hje assures those travelling from th e low
ountry. to this p lace, or the Mountains, that
very thiing shall be done to renider them and
eir families comfortable, thatlays in the Pro.
irietor's power. He hopes. by unrenmitted
ttntion to business, that none who are fond
F good order and quiet, will pass by thle s1in
F the Mansion Houase, (formerly oceupied by
Ir. Win. Brunson,).or leave it dissatisfied.
W. V. DUNN.
N B. The subscriber lies furnished himself
vith a two and four horse Omnibus, and three
ry superior saddle Horses, so that no person
ied be demained. wishing to go to any point.
eals at all times will be provided at the shortest
otice forstage passengers, and others stopping
t the Mansion House. W. V. D.
Edgefield C . H.. April 27, 1840. 13 tf
The Charleston Courier and Savannah
ieorgian, will publish the above four times.
aeekly, and forward their accounts to this of.
c for payment.
State of' SOnth (Carolinia.
IN T IE COMMON PL EAS.
aleb Mitchell. adm'r. vs
John Johnson; the same, >Attachment.
vs the same.)
G. L. Penn & Co. vs John
ohnson; G. L. &E.Peun aCo. >Attachment,
the same, in two othereai'es
H E Plaintiffs having filed their declarations
in my office. and the defendant having no
rife or Attorney known to be within the State,
pon whom a copy can be served. Itis order
d that the Defendant, plead thereto within a
ear and a day fronm this publication, or the said
etion will be taken pro conf'esao against him.
GEORGE POPE, C. C. P.
Clerks Offce, Educ
Sheld, Oct 26th ,1 19. (za w $10, eaq 46
State of' South Varolinia.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
William Daniel, vs Attach ment
-William Salter. Assumpsit.
,H E Plaintiff having this day filed his de
.claration in the above stated ease, and
aving no wife or attorney known to be with.
athis State, upon whom~ a copy of the said
eclartion with a rule to p lead can be served
Sis ordered that the said Defendant do appear
ud plead to the said declaration, within a year
ud a day, fromr the publication hereof, or final
ud absolute judgment will be awarded against
im. GEO. POPE, c. c. p.
1erks 0,5.c. -
March 6, 1840, o a $7 50 age 9
[I. JA MES H. MURRAY tenders his pro.
feusional services to the citizens of Ham
rg and the vicinity.
027 Office at H. R1. Cook & Co.'s Drug
Hmburn March 20, 1840 8 3m
Citizens of Charteston,
AND THE NEIGHBORING STATES.
YOU are respectfully infonned-that 70
MZETING STRET 70-is my Office for
the exclusive sale of BRANDRETH'S VEGE
TABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS. Price twen
ty five cents per box, with directions in English,
French; Spanish Portugueseand German.
The high and universal reputation of the
Blantdeth Pills, renders it unnecessary todom
-ment largely on their particular virtues. As an
anti-bilious-and purgative medicine, they-are
unequalled 'by'any. Their purifying effect on
the blood is universally allowed-all that have
ever used have approved and recommnnded
In many csses'where lhe'Breaful ravages of
tulceration had laid bare ligament nod bone, and
where -to all ;appearance, no human means
could save life, have patients by the use ofthcse
Pills, beets restored to good health; the devour
ing disease having beencompletely eradicated.
In conse quenco of the pleasantness of their
.qperation, they are universally used -in-every
bection of this wide extended country where
they are niade known, and are fast surperseding
every other Preparation of prpfesscd similar
import. Upwards of Fourteen Thousand cases
have been certifed as-cred, solely front their
use since the introduction of tiat into -the U.
States, thus establishing the fact beyond all
doubt, that the Brandretl Pills cui the (appa
rently) most opposite diseases, by the one
simple act of continually evacuating the bow
els with them, until the disease gives way;
therefore, whatever may be said of the THEORY,
,the U rILITY of the PRACTcE is now BEYOSD all
As Brandreth's Pills cure Scurvy, Costive
ness, and its consequences, sensfaring men,
and all travellers to foreign regions, should not
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 wil! find this nedicine'one that willinsure
health to the people on their estates.
Be careful and never purchuse Pills of a
Druggist, PROFEsSING to be Brandreth's Pills.
Under so ciRcuMsTANcZs is any one of this
class made an Agent. My own established
Agents have INVARIABLY an ENGRAVED Certifi
cate, signed B. Brarsdreth, M. ), in my owin
:hand Witfig. This is renewed yearly-and
when over twelve months old, it no longer
parantees the genuineness of the medicine,
it would be well, therefore, for purchasers to
carefully examine the Certificate. The seal is
not wax. but embossed on the paper with a steel
seal. Ifthegenuine medicine is obtained,there
is no doubt of its giving perfect satisfaction,
:aind ifall who wantit are careful to go by the
above directions, there is little doubt but they
will obtain it,
RemembetiO Meeting street, is the only
place in Charleston where the genuine medi
cie can be obtain, and at J. Sales, Hamburg
and C. A. DOWD, Edgefield 0. H. the oily
amthaised Agents for Edgefield.
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
Stephen Owen, Aiken; David Turner,
Beaufort; John McLaren, Abbeville; William
Cnnningham, Columbia; Elijah Alexander,
Pickens; John Haptie, Pendleton; Samutel
Wilmot Georgetown, McLure, Brawley &Co,
Chester; Charles Wilcox, Coosawhatchie; Ma
ker & Ryan, Iarnwell K, H.; D. & H.' B.
Rie, Graham s P. 0., Barnwell District.;
Gaines & Bolling, Greenville District; Reuben
Gross, Lexington; Hastie & Nichol, Greenville
C. H.; John G. Tongue, Younguesville, Fair.
field Dist.; Sylvester Beach, Orangeburg;
Ruff& Johnson, Newberry; Rice & Cater.
Anderson: Janies E. Gee, Leesville. Lexing
ton District; Barksdale &-Saxon, Gaurensville.
Vernon & Mitchell. Spartanburg, P. J. Fcster,
Foster's, Union Diatrict; John Mc Lure,Union
ville, George Steel, Yorkville; A. H. Chain
bers, Winsboro';C harles Miller, Edisto Bland.
John Rosser, Camden; Samuel A ilmot.
Georgetown; Maker & Ryan, Barnwell; E.
Gartigue, Blackville, Barnwell; E D. Felder,
Midway, Barnwell; Gangley & Drummond,
Lower Three Runs, Barnwell; Philip Char.
trand,Branchville. Orangeburg; A. Stevenson.
Pickneyville, Union, and B. Jaudon, Robert
Feb 13, 1M tr 2
State of South ('arOlina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
James Harrison Attachment.
vs Henry Evans Debt on Judgment.
T H E Plaintiff i this case, having this day
filed his decharation, and the Defendatt
havinsg no wife or Attorney kniown iti this
State, upon whom a copy of the same can be
served; on motion of Plaintiff's Attorney. Or
dered, That thme said Defendant do appear and
plead to the said declaration within a year and
a slay from thme puiblicationa of this order, or
judgemen' will be renderes' against him pro con
fsso.GEO. POPE, c. c. P.
Nov. 5,1839 w&'w,$1 50 aqe 40
State of South (Caroina. 4
iN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Ler Talor, vs. Attachmaent
Iv Taylor. Asmumpait.
T E Plintiff in this ease, having this day
Ifiled his declaration, and the Defendant
having no wifeor Attorney, known in thistitate,
upon whom a copy of the same can be served.
On motion, ordered that the said Defendant
do appear and plead to the said declaration,
within a year and a day from the publication
hereof, or final and absolute judgment will be
awarded against him.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. P.
May 9, 1840. 5 aB-r $7 50 age 15
Ntate of South~ Carolina.
ABBE VJLLE DISTRICT.
IN THE IJOMMON PLE AS.
Joel J. Li pford, Atemn
v'H E Plaintiff Laving this day filed his dec
-laration in my office, and the liefendant
having no wire or Attorney known to be wvithin
the State, upon whom a copy could he served,
with a rule to plead. On motion, ordered that
the Defendant do plead to the said declaration
within a year and a day from this date, or final
and absolute judgmnent will be awarded against
JNO. F. LiVINGSTON, c. c.uP.
May9, 1840. 5 a -r $7 50 aqe 15
AIUGUJSTA SEED) STORE.
No. 219 Broad-street.
HAS Constantly on hand a supply of fresh
SHAKEf GARDEN SEDS.
The usual allowance made to conutry dea
Bird Seed, Clover, Lucerne, Potato Onions,
Fnion Sets, &c. A few Brushes, Swifis, Sif
era, &c., made by the Shakers.
J H. SERVICE.
Feb 15, 180tf 3
3001 & JOB 3saINTZG
F Every description e'xecuted wilth
'F neatness and despatch, at the Office
of e EanEFIELD ADVJTZSERa.
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- A Weekly Literary Journal.
Br W. T.To'so.
Contemplating a material improvement of
the Mirror, on the commencement of the cg.
suing volume; we" have already cotimeneeg
making the, necessary arrangements for that
purpose, and as welook with confidence to opr
friends and patrons for encouragement, wb
have determined to give them tiis early notice
of our design.
Though a semi-Monthly iNe.*as deemed
to be the most expedient in the commence.
ment of -the publication of-the Mirror,
when 4he ground which it ocupiedeingier.
clusively deioted to literature; wasctuntried
and when our domestic resourcsi4d* et unn
known-we feel -that the tine has nowarrived
'when-a'weekly publication isdenaided.-En.
tertai ning this conviction, we have'resolvQ tb
issue the ensuing volume weekly,and to make
such nmprovements in the appearance and plan
of tie work, as will render 4i still more worthy
the liberal patronage of the itiltheti public.
Firmly believing that the -only -means requi.
site to placeour domestic literawf:e upon an
equality with that of any otheisection of the
union, iihe establishment ofaliterary medi-.
um at hnme, of sufficient standig and ch ci
terto divert it into itsproper channel-we 'ai
resolved to render the Mirroreqnalin appear
ance with any of the Northern journals of the
sane 'kink, and if the friends of southern liter.
attire will unite in gAiving it the reputation
which southern genius and southern talents
are so eminently taiable of impartingto its pa
ges, we doubt .not that we shall be able to renm
der the work much more acceptabletothe south
With a view ofaecotnplishing this design w6
shall secure the assistance-of an able adjanet iin
the editorial department, and shall spare neith=
vr pans nor-e'xpense to give character and itt.
terest to the'vork.
No material change will be made in the'pIUA
or arrangement of the Mirror,- which will still
be devoted to general literature, except the in.
troduction of a critical department for the re'
view of new wdrks. which w ll be in the hands
of a gentlemflan of approved taste and matur
judgement. The Mirror will be printed on set
perior paper with handsome new type, and wit
be exec uted with die strictest regrad to neatness
and taste in its typography. Each numberwill
be enveloped in a neady printed cover, entitled
Augusta Mirror News Sheet." comprising foir
closely printed pages, in wtiich iil be given
the NEWSOF THE wEz, foreign and domesti4
carefully compiled from an extensiveexchatp
together with all the matter of interest usually
contained in an ordinary weeklyvewspaper. .
By this arrangemient the readers of the Mir
ror will, besides being -supplied with a volume
of 4:6 large qnarto Iages o1 choice litevUtrk,
receive as much news matter in the cturse of
the year as is contained in most of the Wewspa
pers of the day, and all for the addiiitiobil
charge of only two dollars to our present sup,
We sincerely hope the above plan for out
third volume will meet the approbation of every
riend of southern liteature. We have always
considered the Mirror,1embrinig na'st does in
its design, the broad repulic olletters,best adp
ted to foster our infant literature. )lore diver
sified in the chaac ter of its contents than -the
graver and more dignifed magazine, ranging
as it does from the the lighter to the more ele.
valed branci:es of literary composition.
"From gravetegay, from liruiy to severe."
it is certainly best suited to the tastes of the
greatest number; and while it affords equally
wholesome and refreshing draughts for thb
well-read mind, it attractsm and lures the young
to drink of the Paiassian stram. We have
aimed in the adoption of the centemplated im.
provements to place the Mirror upon an equal
tooting with our northern contemporaries ila
regard to cheapness; and now, all that we ask
is a liberal share of that patronage extended to
them by our plepi., and we pledre ourself to
render the Mirror eqlually deserviig their sup
Terms for the third volume. $5 in advance.
Any person obtaining five subasibers will be
entitled to the sixth copy. -
With a viewv of exciting a spirit of eompeti
tioii among our literary friends, and callig
forth their pens in aid of the cause to which *u
reT devoted, wve have determined to offer the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS tohe
awarded as pries in the Molowing manntert
For the the best Tale, founded on incidents
connected with the early history ofthe Southern
Sae. FIFTY DOLLARtS
For the best domestic Tale, theauthor to choose
his ir.ciden'ts and locality.
The competitors to forwardtkeir mantustiips
on or before the 20th of July, in order thait they
nmay be submitted to a committee of literary
gentlemen, for their decisien previous to the
first of Auguistensuing. The successful com
petitors, and also the authors of such tales as
we may publish, will be entitled to the third
volume of the Mirror.
We would remark that the tridin'g snms of
fered are not tendered as peenniary comfpensa-~
tion forthe productions whichwe-solicit,'but
rather us a prize of authorship, to be awarded
to thme successful competitor. Shall a lady or
gentleman be thme recipient of' our next prtiel
-Augusta, Ga. 1840 tf 17
To Dealers in Druama
43~HE Subecriliershavinig recently purehased
I th~e Stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, G LASS-WARE,&c of the
Estate of James Leverich, deceased, take this
method of informing their frier~ds and the
public generally, that they have on hand and
are conistantly receiving fresh supplies' of sil
articles usually keptin their line of business,
which they will dispose ofon reasonable term
All orders addressed to them will meat witih
pronmnt attentioni, and executed with neatness
b.SPucasers are particularly requested
to call and Examine our Stock and Prices be
fore purchasing else where..
SAMUEL D. CLARK, &Co.
Hamburg March 25,18-40. ' 8 2ev
The Gr:enville Mountainmeer and Pendletow
Mlessenger will publish the above one monith
each, and forward their accounts to tAisoffice
State of South ,Carolina,
IN THlE COMMON PLE AS..
Williani Keower Cans eon Autacrsment.
Thme Plaintiff havin this day filed his declai
ration in thme Clerks Oflice of Abbeville District,.
a ainut the defendant. wvho is absent from and
vthout the limits of the State, anid has neither
ife, nor attorney, known within the samne,
on whonm a copy of said declaration might. -
e served: Itis thcrefore ordered, that die said
Defendant, do appear anid plead to the said
DeclaratIon, within a year and a day from the
iling of this Declaration, or final and absolute
udgment will be given and awarded against
i. JOH ~JNINGSTON, c.c.s'.
Mayl i, 1840. - w ax 87 50 aqe