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From the Florida Star.
THE "DARK EYED ONE."
Con gentle maid and share with me,
The blessings I've assigned to thee,
Tho' rude the ann I've round thee flung,
It's meant to shield my "d ark eyed one."
Yes, sweet URSULA, I will bring
A roseate wreath to deck thy brow,
And when you touch vonr light Inte string.
'Tis then I'll breathe love's tender vow.
Thea come sweet maiden, wilt thou come,
And share your destiny with me ?
My heart shall he your lasting home,
My arm shall be a shield for thee!
LET ME SEE HIM ONCE MORE.
BY MRS. oSGeoD.
Let me see him once more
For a moment or two,
Let him tell me himself
Of his purpose, dear, do;
Let him zaze in these eyes
While he la's out his plan
To escape ne-and th-n- -
He tiay go-if he can?
Let me see him once more.
Let me give hini one smile.
Let me breathe but one word
Ofendrarnent the while;
I ask btt that mrimetnt
My life on the man:
Does lie think to forget me!
Ile may-if he Can1.
Fean 7ie Charletan Courier.
SOUTIH CAILINA COLLEGE,
Ve promi-ted some time since to publish a
complete list of* the Graduates of this lnstil in
tion. We iow 1u4tiil ir promike. lavinag pro
cnred the newcssary inftnmation down to the
omtmtecemeat itt Ocember last. The namets
in ita!ics indicate those, who from dve!ining
College honors. not being; on the classical de
partnent, or other cause, did not receive diplo
GRADUATES OF THE S. C. COLLEGE,
(Conluded fron our last.)
I2)0.-Spencer J. Boho. hlobert A. Brevard.
Patrick C. Caldweli. Solomot Cohen. jr.
Char!es A. Tdwards, Thos. J. Good'vi. I.
Hadden, Francis 111. Jnes, Paul -T. Keith.
Dixon H. Lewis, Jaies It. Marrb, Vtm. M.
Mc Eiwer.Wi .T. Nnckolls, Cotesworth Pinck
cev, Win P. Sterrett. John C. Taylor. James
T.~rrv. Samuel B. Wilkins, Alexaimler Wil
liami, Mlatihew WVilliamns, John Rt Wilson, J.
B. Withterspoon, Richard Yeadon, jr.. Robert
Dulap. Jamrs A. Forniss. Wiley J. Matthews.
Samuel D. Willians, Jontathan Maxcy, Sanl.
L. WVatson, R. .A Bobo. S. Baho.
IP2I.-Amtzi Alexaler. Rohert T. Allison.
James M. Eckett. tobert J. Brownfield. Law
son Ciaton. George W. Dar--nn. J. D, Frost.
Thos. W. Iulson. dmunid Irvine, James B.
Jefiries, Maximilian Litborde, J. C. M'Geehee
M S. 31l'Whorter, Basil Manly. J. D. Nance,
John W. PztnI, Joseph Pon, Johni Philips, D.
Evander Reid, Wm. E. Richardson, John M.
Rodgers. EkIred Simkins, Paul H. Wilkins
John P. Zimmerman, John Pressley, James M.
Sims, C. P. Smith, John K CampbelL, John
Bacon. 0. Bannon, McEichael. Ailken, Cham
1822.-Allston, Edmnnd Bacon, Wm. C.
Beatty. Boyd, Alfred Bynnm, Chrestman. Wum.
C. Clifton. Cole, Edwards, dmund Felder,
PeterAW. Fraser, W. J Grant. E. J. Lide. G
W. Logan, John J. Palmer, Park, G. Player,
Prior. F. Y. Simmons, Win. Vilson. Young,
Lee, T. T. Player, Kenner'y, Lee Buf/er.
1823.-George Buist. Win. F. Colcock, Ebe
nezer Cooper, John R. Davis. Chais. R. Glover.
James WV. Hudson, Theodlore G. Hlunt, Franklitn
J. Mloses. Cohen Myers, Robert H. Spencer,
M. M. Cohen,
1824.-Carnot Bellitnger. Theodore WV. Bre
vard, Richard T. Brtum~by, Jas. M. Callhonn,
Charlea Rt. Carroll, Lynich II. Deas, James
Divver. Willis Foster, John WV Geiger. Jones
Jones.Thomnas B. Lee, Edward Meants, Thos.
P. Miller, Josiah C. Nott, Jesse C. Patrick.Jas.
3. N. Potts, Jas. E. Reese, Iaac HI. Smith, A r
thur, S. Starr.
1M25-Wm. Aikin, Wmn. WI. I1. Charles. J.
D. Coalter, Thos. N. Dawkitns, John M. D~es
nussure, David St. P. Dubose, Tlhmos. H. Ed
wards, Stephen Elliott, Datuiel F. Faust. David
Files,jr., Charles Freer, Jas. HI. Hlaminoid,
Horace C. Hawves. Daniel E. H nger. Rtmndell
Hunt, Robt. James. Franceis B. Johnson. S. W.
Kiennerly,J. L KennedyJ.Kinsler.J. T.ILeckie.
Samuel'W. Leslie, Robert Mutnford. S. Ftting
Myers, Edward C. Mortionr. Jatmes Pope. TI.
Jonghton. S Ramtsay. Theodore Stark. Beat:
fort A. Wallace, Thos. J Weehe(rs, John A.
WVragg. John Grist. Johlm. Dcesnussttr.
18'6.-Edmnund Bel'intger. John Charles.
Wmn Clarksoni. Artetuas TI IDarby, Titmothv
J. K. Darenni. Elia,.s D). Earle. Alexatnder S.
Edwards, 'Wmn. H. FElliso., Albert G. Goal
.lttn G. Marshall. Samuel W Mlays, Tins S.
M1avs. Alexander H-..Mazyck, Thomias C. Per.
rin,' Wim. Pincktey, Johna A. Pountcey, RL. G.
Q~uarles.WVm. li. B Rtchardkon.J. G. Sch wartz
Wmt. J. Tavlor. J. B. Totmpkins, B. C. WVebh,
187.-Alexander L. S. Baron, W. S. Bur
gess, W. RI. Canotn W. WV. Capers, Fr:tmei<
Fishburne, Daniel RL. Gregg. Ge-orge G. Per
rin. Johm Schnierle, .Jamnes R. Watre. Alston
L. White, WV. T. Wragg. P. Ir. /'. lens
16'28.-J. A. Blacek, W. Blar-k. Brown.
Chmapmtan, Faber, Fe.,ter. Gough, Hetmngwny.
Johnston. Law. 31auniganit. tI 'Creatv, M'
Knaighmt, M'Millan, Rtichtardsott. Speers, Sutn
moer. Tailor.WIilliams5. Woodward.
ip2j-W. J. Boonte. Johnt A. Alston, John
(;. Boone. Wmn. II. Cran~ lord. RanddelI Creoft,
(ii rge L. A. Davis. John A. EI~htore, John B.
riovd, l.ewis RI. Gibbes..Jns. E, Glover, Geo.
l~ Williamut S. Hard, Peter II. loor, M'
' udsen. (:. Kin't. Wmi. J. Noirris. Jas. is Nott.
WVm. R. Panutn~t. Jae- W- Pierc~e. Solotmon
H Poi;.e Cii-:r'-' A I'-nltutz. am.G( Rammiay,
Jop ' 19 J)4 . J, IRumphi, Lewis RI.
le::-imP %%a-%$suer. Jamues Black.
Le"ametl lsi -r Agw:, ftarnefl. James G.
lIyth-w'iod. Tlhea Cena'i' tt-r ,0 ri Plherrv. Jas.
D~ccsalass. Jiuliia 14 lunhow~s, Mariiue R.' Dud.
!r-. Ain-ter Gaurden. Ii.--y fGihil,.. lieonj. liar.
) .e.a. Jo.hnm P.~Jarmon. II< tij F Jo.hnston,
S::.uel M'Dowell,Jacob, IhM'.hsel. Dentis H.
Mar*s. Joahn A . Mills. Wmn. Newatrk. Lewis J.
m-mn. Johun Priitonf, Maynard D. ltiehards.
Daniel R owe. Miles lU. Stams,Whiteford Smith.
MichaelG. SpannThoas. Stark, Jn. I) Struoth.
er,.MAexande'r RL..Taylor, Jaames D1. Tradewell,
Janes M. Walker.
1831.--Robert Anderson. Samuel Black,
James W. Bilakeney: .Wmn. Boykin, Thos. C.
Cannon. Merrick C. Carn. Alexander R. El
lerbe. Samuel Emantnel. Thos. T. Fair, Robert
3. Gage, SamuelW. Gibbes. Richard S. Glad.
james Harrison, Win. M. Hutson, ...
Johnston, John M. Kirk, Win. Latta. Elias C.
Lightner. Thos Evk:s George G.. M'Bride,
Donald.M~ueen, Andrew G. hlagrath, Hen
rvW. Matiganit. Charles \V. Miller, Clandmn
f;. Northrop, Isaae Porcher, T. T..$lonn Jai
A Strobilart. Henry Summer. Jas. A Thorn
well, N. J. Toney. Andrew P. Vinson, Jabez
R. Westcont. James H. Witherspoon.
1832.-J. It. Aiken. C. B. F. Baker, H. C.
Conant. J P. Colo, Priestly Cooper, E. P. Cos
nihani, P. J. Coiturier. W. Currvil. S. 1)onlly,
11. Dnpont, E. P. Terbe. N. Mitchell, W. F.
Perceival. H. W. Ravenel, J. M. Shnni, 8 J.
Ervin. W. Farnandis, J. Al. Gage, J. L. Ger.
vais, W. H. Harrison. P. C. Kirk, J. W. Les
esne, J. L. Leeley. J. Lyoos. E. M'Cullock. T.
I. b'Faddin, J. H. Afeans, W. Toney, J. W.
Strobliart, T. W. Trotti, G. M. Witherspoon,
P. C. Porcher.
18M3.-T. L Baines. Robert L. Mirn, J.
T. Chappell. Ianiidon Clieves, D. C. DeLeon,
J. English, Peter Genrdin. James G. Hal!, L.
D. Hallonanist, James Hamikon, Elisha Ilam
blin, Charles C Hay, Denj. It. Jones, J. W.
Jones, Christopher Jones, J. J. Wardllaw. Jno.
Watson, George L. Williamson, Bowkii With
erspoeon, Robert Kilpatrick, Benj. F. Massie.
G. L. Massir-, i0 R. Miller. John B ,-.rtoi,
Henry A. Owens, Josiah Patterson. A. E.Peat
son, Aifred Raoil. John W. Rice, Napolent
L. Rich, John C. Rolson. .lames Simon),Thos.
B. Taylor. Benj. F Trapier. James I. Tra
pier, W. George Westeout, Benj. F. Wiliamt
834-Jaines S. Alo-tno, James N. Baskin,
Stille.:ge L. Bonihan, Witm. F. Daniel.Johni C.
Den-;, Sanutel .\. Earle, lisha V. F'air, Peter
C. Gaillaird. Sanders L. Glover, Rihert L. Ie
riot, Beiij. It .b..ikin;. John S. Marion,, Win.
E. M ariii, .atine's Pamitersn. Boi-j. F'. teid,
Jamfes liwid. Chari, A P. Sula..onS'sv
ier. Jai..i Thcu.s Tayt;:r, Joli Wnlace. B.
lsn-.Wi'liam Blitnding, John If Bont
wright. Daniel J Cain. Ginstaviis A Cain, Ala
thias Clark. h'lotnns B I invsworth, Wim S
Jenkinis Charles Kershan-. -:d ward Jatiganlt,
i)avid Jo!nbn. M3a-rry Gr .ff
tId--.ftmesi T fiaskin. Levi S Bowers, B
R Caiopliell. Isanac Ferenmn. (eorge 31 Gun.
inels. Elias lall. \Vade IHI-nnpton', jr Shields
L Iliissev. .noeli Pearson, John J Seibles, Ar.
18:7-Genrre A Addison, Benj F Buckner.
.Taies L Ilacksiroti, George '.1 Iates, James
J Boyd. A D Cecklev, l y Coleman. Sitneon
.1 li.putn. Edwitn '-le'on. J It Davis. Benj
Elliott..lamtes E. 1 Fripp. Jlon N Friersoni. Al
len J Green. Albert P 1itl, Jumes V Hlarri.
son. Robert 1. lart. George E liwes. C C
Johnson, Wll E.Jiktms John I.elan.. John L
3hanning. HI 6 3lidd'etons. vilhini C Alornige,
Orlando Alan er. W m I elver JamresJ Alc
Cants, John F .\arshall, Ilenry Mluller, E No
ble, John F'. Pvatt. Fre,!ei ick itaouil, Disnean
IV Rny. Iobert SliaT-r, Louis T Wigf1ll. Jas
31 WaIllace, Dav'd J Williamlis , John ) Wilsoni.
E G JInry. George M Batts.
8:M-Thonmns S And'erson. Dixon Barnea,
F'dmond F. Bellingar, 1'tward M Roykin, Geo
S Bro-."n. G Caintey. Win D IeSanssinre. N
H )avis. James 11. Elliott. Wim R Gos. Alex.
ander GrErg, Geo C Gregg, Samrirl I linv,
Joseph C ITansworth. Oliver J Hbart. Ilenir
A Jones, Isaac Lesesne, Sanuiel S Miarshall,
Edward F Murrall. Leslie MeCindless, Allen,
E Mecver. Robert J B Muldrow, Charles P
Pellam. L B Prince. Johii E. tivers, Jamnes
W iobert. E A Salniond. David G Sparks. S
f Singletary, Wmn H Sinkler, Matthew R Sin.
leton*, John C Smith. William IT Stringrellow.
Edward Tennent. C B Walker, James Hl Wil.
son, John Wither-poon.
I439-Daniel Flindd. James B Gordon, H.
Campbell King, Win H Evans, David Filer
son, James G Gilchrist, J M Hulson. H orace
Leland, iar N. Lenoir. Lorrain McCord, W
AKMildron. Joseph PaRMne-r. Henry Porcher.
J St Julien Pringle. Samuel Hatidell, Vans
Randell Win W Renwich, Chirles AS Stfms,
A Baxter Springs. John White, Benj H Wil
son, J J Wilson, Edward MagraIlh.
ON FEEDING fLoeK.--Little and often
says experience. In feeding all kinds of
domestic animals, particular care should
ie taken to avoid placing too much fool
before them at a time, for it has been oh
served that food which hns been long
blowed upon is never relished afierward,
-nd will only e eanten from the most iress.
It is well known that the exhalations
frmi tihe lungs of all atnimals cona in great
impurities, which have been thirowtn off
from the blond, and these comning in con
at with the footd. reniders it unpleasant
if not injurious, ande the instinct of animals
prorplt th'em to reject aill poisonous stnl
stances offered temn as fond. T1hie true
mnxim is little andI olen--never erowvd
the tronieh 'ii I hod. or ie rack with hany,
to avoid the tronhie of snon repilenishiing
temn again, if you: wi-e your~ stick to
thrive and do4 well: annd particularly if ',on
wish to economize your winter stock of'
provender. Lazy h~,ys alvays fill the
trogh andi rack the fllest, in order tosrave
the trouble of doing it soon agai.
The. obiseni Philoso,.hrrr at I[[mne.-T he
following notecdote is, reintedl of l.ossintg,
the Genrtan athor, w ho, in hi< oldl nee.
was subject to ext rnordiar tes~ its of~ nh
ractioin. On his r'-turnt home one even
ing, fter lie had ktnocked at the door, a
erv ant look~ed ont of t he indow, ro see
wiho was thiere. Not reconin, Ag his maq
ier, ano muistakin im iii fnr a -trn ger, lie
al led out, "'Ihe Professor is not at home."
"O) very well," replied Lessinig. "I will
call anot her time;" and so saying lie walk
ed composedly away.
Frederick the Great, after ai very terri
be engagemenit.askedl hisnollicers whlo lie.
oved mtost intrepidly duritng lie comtest!?"
Th'le pirefereutce wtas una~nimtously given in
hi mself. "'Yoti are all istainken'' replied
the King, "the boldest fellow was a fifer,
wom I passed twenty times dutring the
engaement, and he did not ense blowing
r vary a note dlurintt thme whole time."
A Choice.-I wonhl a thionsanid titnes
rather die than grow old in the bielief, that
there is nothing trtuly grent atnd good in
ihe world: therefore it is no miisfotutine to
sink imo an early grave, when tile whole
ower of ihe soul is fixced upon the high
est and itoblest objecis: whent the main
elinga not so firmly to earth, amnd lias ntot
made himself so familiar with the multi
tttdes aroundo him, as to forget, or latugh
st, the idleal perfections of his youth.
Con versation -Conversation is the
raughier of rea-son, the mother ofrktiowl
edge, the breatht o,.f the soul, the commere
rif hearts, thle noturishiment of contenit, and
te occupationt of men of wit.
The Emperor Adrian very ie'nocently asked
Epictes, "why Venus was painted tnaked !
Thephilosoher replied, "because she always
reduces her followers to such povertv, th.at
they may have no clothes. The smifes of a
Citizens of Charleston,
AND THE NEIGHBORING STA TES.
OU nre respectiially informed that 7:
MExR-ris. sTrtwT 7!,-is miy Oftice fo0
the excilisive sale of BR AN iM-.TIIl' V EGL.
TABLL. UNIVERSAl. PILLS. Price twven
ty five cents per box with directions inl LnIlish,
French. Spanish Pirtuguese and (erinan.
The hig iat nd universral rrepunation of the
Biatdeilh Pills, renders it unineces.-ary tocoit
meut largely on their particular virtues. Ad all
anti-bilimns and purgative itedicine, they are
toneutialled by any. Theit puriifovag efltert on
the-blood is univeisallv allowed-all that have
ever used have approved and recumuended
In inany cases where thme dreadful ravnges o
ulceration had laid bare ligament ad hone, and
where to all appearanlce, 1no h wman neans
could save liil, have patients hv tile use ofthesie
Pills, bren restored to good heltlh; the devour
iue disense having beencomletely eradicated.
InI conlsequenice of the pl],isant ess of' their
operation, they are universally used in every
section ofthis wide extended country where
they are made know n, and are last surperseding
every other Preparation of prafessed similar
imlport. Up wards of Foutrteen 'I bonIS.-md en.-es
have beenut corified as cred, solely firom their
use sinee t.i e iti roucilietion of that into the U.
States. tis establisihiig the lact beyond all
douht, that the Brantdreth Pls cure tie (aplia
rontly) most opposito disease--, by the one
simll1e act of continmily evaciating the how
els with them, until the disease gives wny;
therelbire, whatever nay be said Of the TFORY,
the UTiLIrT ofthe PRACTICE iS now DEYOSD all
A Biaidret'.'s Pills cure Scurvy, Costive
nesc, antil its consepi-ices, seaslring menl,
and all trave'lers it foreign regi,,ni, shionl not
be without. in order to resfit In thema on ever%
occasion of illness. No medicine clest is re
quired where they are.
N. D.-Tin: or clinate aflets them not,
provided they are kept dry. Som hern gentle
men will find this nedicine one that willinsure
health to the people on their estates.
Ie carefil and never purchute Pills of a
Druggist, POr-StNo to be Branidreth's Pills.
Under NO CIRCUSTANCES is aty one ofthis
class inade anl Agent. My own established
Ageuts have isvAntuA.y an FNGRAVFD Certiti.
cute sigied D. lirantdreth. M. D. in my own
hand writing. This is renewed yearly-and
when over twelve months old, it no louger
giarantees the genuinenetiess of the inedicie,
it would be well, therefore, fior purchsers to
carefully exainiue the Certificate. The seal is
Uot wax. lut emubossed on-the paper with a steel
seal. lthe genuine medi cinle is obtaited,there
is no donht of its givitg perioet sntistnetion,
and if all who want it are c areful to ein by the
abovedirections, there is little dcuibt but they
will obtaini it.
Rltemmber 7t Meeting street. is the only
place in Chiarleston where the genuine medi
cine anai Ie obtain. nesd at J. Qales. I-inhur r
and C. A. DOWD, Edefiehld G. U. the onlv
aut hotised Ayents for Fclpdgetield
AGENTS FOR sOUTi CAROLINA.
Steplhenl Owetn, Aiken ; Davil Tourner,
Beaufbrt; John AcLtren, Abbeville; William
Cunningham. Coititbia; Elijiah Alexander,
Piekens; John Hastie, Pendlletoi; Suni't-l
WilinotGeorgeVtown, McLnre. Irnwlvy &Co.
Cl-ester; Charles Wilcom. Coonwinwhatchie; 31-1
ker & Ryan, Barinwell K. If.; ). & H. 11.
Rice. Grahan's P. 0., Bartwell District.;
Gaiies & Bolling, Greenville District; flenhen
Gross. Lexingto: I lastie & Nichol, Greenville
C. If.: John G. TonuYonnevle, Fair.
field Dist.; Sylvecter Beach,. Orangehurg;
Ruflf& Johnson, Newherrv: Rice & inter.
Anderson : James E. Gee, Leesville. L.exing
ton Ditrict; Bfarkudale & Saxon, Gauurensviile.
Versim & Mitchell Spnrtanbnre, -P. J. Faster,
Foster's, Untiotn District; Joiih McLturr,Utniqtn
ville, George S:eel, Yorkville; A..1h. Cha i
bers, Vinsbtoro';C harles Miller, Eliisto 1lantd,
John Rosser. Carmden ; Samnel .\ ilmot.
Georgetown; Maker &. Ryan. Barnwell; E.
Gartigne, Blackville, Barnwell; E D Felder,
Midway, Barnwell; Gangaley & Drumunuontd,
Lower Three Itians, Barnawell; Philip Char.
trnnd, B3ranchville. Orangeburg; A. Steveison.
Pickneyville, Union, and D. Jaudon, Robert
Feb 13, Ir440 tf 2
State of Sontih ( arPolfiis.
IN THlE Co UMON PJLEAS.
James Harrisoitn Attachmnent.
vs llenry I vans jDebt oni Judgmntt.
T H E~ P'lainttilf itn this case. having thrns day
filed his dleciaration. atnd the Defendailt
having nto wili' or Attorneiy knowni itt this
State, ttponi whom a copy oft te saune cant lhe
servedl; otn mtotioan of PltaimtdiPe Attorley. O r
deared, Thalnt thte said Defehindaint dat appiear nind~
plead to thei satid -lelaraton within a y'eatr antd
at day frott the pulienttion if this ord~er, or
ifi'emeni: will be rendere'' against htimto run
'p-sso. G EO. POPlE, c. c. P.
Nov. 5, 18:19 wvew $7 50 ntqe 40
State of Soulth Ca~rolna.
I.Y TIHIE COMMON PLE AS.
Leroy TI av lor, ss. Altecahment
73 'IlF. PIiimitT ini this ease, having this daty
Ified his declarationi. aind the Defendant
having n ifet or A torney. kntown in thtis Stte.
upotn whomt it cipy of the samne enn he~ sered.
On, totmoti, ordered thtat the said Detendnant
ida appen ttnd r*e~ien to thte aitd declaration,
witin a venur iind it tdy fromu the putblientioni
hieteof. or'finali andi absnitnte jtudgment wil ihe
awaurded agaitnst himu.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r.
May 9, 1840. a &'r $7 50 age 15
Mtate of 90uhlh Carwolina.
ABhBEVILLI-.' DIST RICT.
I.V TiHmE COMMON PLE.'AS
Joel J. Lipyford, ' At hhmen*
Uartmshtee, vs. Assmit
Wiliam .\. Bailey Smut
Tg1HE Planutiff hnuving this day filid his dlec
3 laration ilnamy oflice, anud the Defitdnt
hanvittg no wile or 'A tnrnuey known to lbe within
the State.npon10 whom ai copy could lie w.rved,
witht a rtnh- to pilead. Oni tmotion. ordered thait
the Diefendantt do plead to the said d~clatrationm
wi'thinu a yeart antd a day from this date, or final
and absolute jttdgtmet will be awarded against
.TNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. P.
May 9t, 184(0. na k $7 50 age 15
State of Souith (Carolina.
EI)GEFI ELD DISTRICT7.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
William Da niel. vs Attaochment
William Salter. Assumnpsrt.
T H, plaintifr haivintg thiis day tiled hiis di
ilarntion'in thei above stated ense. and
havintg no wifie ot itutornecy knownt to be with
itn this Stati, tnpotn wvhomu n copy ouf the soid
delaratin n itht it rule to pilead eiin lie serv.edl
It is ordered thtnt the said Defendant do itapenr
ail plead to thec said deelusmatiotn, withint a year
anid a day, front then putblientioni hierea, or fitual
atnd absoltite jutdgtmetit will he auvardled aginst
him.GG E. POPE, c. C. p.
Clerk's Offie, i
-Ar/ 20,.1840, ( a n Si0 iuqe 9)
To be Published IXeekb1!
PROSPECTUS OF THE
.A Verkly Literar3 Journal.
By W. T. Tuosrsos.
Coitemplating ? material improvement of
die 51 irror. oil the coieicemient of the ci
initiz voilue. nc have already commenced
iakIng th.e necsP-ar *y armgenmnts for that
purpose, and is. we look with roeefidence to outr
friv-ud: land piatrmisi .s jr encouragernent. we
ia' e dtermiied to give-them this early notice
of 'our dosign.
Though. a semi-moithly issne was deemed
tO be the most exipdient in the emminience
ment of the pinhiicatioi of the M irror,
when the ground whir it nccupied. teing ex
clinwively devoted to litermitre. wasyrnt untried,
aid when our domestic regoirces were yiet sun
known-we feel that the titne lim. now arrived
when a weekly publicatioi isdlemanded. En.
tertah.ing this conviciOn. we have resolved to
I issn the ensnintigii. t vehie weekly, and to make
Rueh improvetiioet in the appenranCe and plans
of the n e-rk. u-4 wid render it still more worthy
the libernl tiatriiage- of the roustirin puite.
Firmly believing that the oily mean, reqi
site t, pince unr doeu-stir literccnre upono an
equalit, with that of tiny otler seciion of the
ion.'is lte estlablishmeit of'a literary medi
um at hine, ofsulFcient stieanding and charac
tsr to divert it into it< proper ciunnel-we are
retli ed to render tI iit ron ennI in t Iipear
aiici with :mv of tle Northern jurinnIs of' the
same kink. ead ifthe friend- ot southern liter
uatire will unite in giving it the seputation
which southern genis id sonthern ta lenits
are so emisinently caliable of itplsnrlint tee its pi
meC. we donhut noet that we Amhil beti ih!o tll tel
der the work iuci more aecepiable to the south
With a view ofacconiplishing this depign we
shall secire the assistance of n able adjusci in
the editorial depirtment and siall spare neith
er pains nor expense to give character and in.
terest to the work.
No material change will he made in the plan
or arrangement of the 3lirror, which will still
he devoted to general liternmre, except the in
troduction ora critical department for the re
view of iew works, which will be in the hands
lira gentletan of approved taste ai-d matuire
jdgemient. The M irror will be printed n sit
perier pa per with Iandsone new type. and will
bexecutedCiI wih thesrictest regrnd to neaI ness
and taste in its tino::raphy. Etih numiber will
be enveloped i;n a nefntly printed cover, entitled
"Augutai fiirror Neae Islre " ceinprising four
c!osu'iy prirnted pagefs in which %,kill !if given
the' NMw'.ipF THL wEK. fresign 1 iii s1oni'sic,
caen'lly compe~ iledl tromstn exctenisive excha ngpe,
Io iUtier with ill :he imattor of inuerest sunally
co'iiied in ae ordinary weekly newcpaler.
By thIs IIarraneement she ridiser sofrthe Mir
ror 'ill. besidt's bsimig s' pplied with -. veluniti
f 4Ji in rge stoerte pag, s of choi'i: liternt.ure,
rei esi'e as mnch :ews matter in the coiro of
the -ear as is contai:ed iii most of the newpi
pers sf the d:av, and all lfor the addiitional
ecarge of only two dollars to our prusesnt sur
a e sinceredy hope the above ilan for onr
'third voluome will me-et the n pyrtiibation ofeery
frienl of onthern litercnmre. We lasve always
consido'rel the .\ irror, eibracing as it dohes Iu
its desien, the broad revi lie oft leters. hest ialap
ted to flester oir ithloet literature. .1 or:- diver
sified in tiee ch:irmf te-r ef its coitenis 0ha she
graver and mer dignified mi/.ine. rcaim
as it does frim the tI hesleter to ite smore ele
saled branche e literary com oition.
"1-rom grare to gi", f.-miirelq to srrerr."
it i6 cert.tilv tbest -.tled to the ts:eS of the
greatest nutiber: aud whvie it aoerds eginally*
whole:-ome and relieshin.- drn l;I r thei
ve!l-reaeii niieid, it si'trit- and hires tI ynests's
to drinsk oft tee Pai ni.rmi ti nmti. Wa iae
:im11-d inl the iioptioni (ofUip the t'-n--mp1s1lated imo
proveiit-s to ple'e LLim Mirror iipon ;1 eq1:11
'ostinig with ous northert cnteipor::ri< inl
regard to ele pi.es nsid emitow, .!he: -e1;
is i liberal sAre o hat patenismis e xtended to
thesm by onr lteple. mi we ph:dt:s. sir-i to
resider the Mirror eiially deserving their sup
Terms far the t!.iri voimein. $5 in adv-me..
Ay i'pe-risio obttmit live -iibseibsers wi!h be
esntitled te. tls sixthi cpv.
Alil EJ'I LfE J:J.ST 'T."
IN TIUill C.31MON 'LFAS.
Alexanider tSeott, vs. Atahmn
W illiamsi 1". Lims.t~. mn. /eccnin
1 ,IIE Pli Chisef :.nsvemy fleed his dselaration
ini imy ethie, i . thess cas'. ninsd th I e- l~c
fe ndsant bavi. iii no wtdi or . 'tor:.ey ktnown'i to
wtithie the StaitO. lii ao n cop'y couild lie seers eel.
with a re tee plind. On -t.0it-.. ordered thns
the* I hi'tndanti de p!eid to the saie dherertions
wtthiin ni euirsisnd a dayu s'rsom this e.inte. or Ilil
pod absinte jndgseent'will be siwaerded againsst
- NO. F LIVINGSTON, c. c. P'.
May 9. l840B & -r $7 50) aije 15 -
S tate of' Sililth (Crohihla.
AIlBEVIL I.E DiST RICT.
IN TilI-. COMMON PL EAS.
Wilson & Ilodge
vs Case on Aturlkment.
Where-is thielaititfs Issve this slat fited theiu
declaratiosn in this Cherkusic'sO sit'of .\beu'sclle
Distriect. cgniai-t the D)efenida~t wvhio is absenat I
fruos. and witbsout the Ii usits of thi- $tate, tinds
!mas ieithier wvife isor atiornncy, kisowin wvtitin
the samte, npoii whiom it copy of the said decln
ration with a rule to plead unto. igh~t le
served: It is thserefore ordered, dint the said
defenedaist dii appearand pls'ed tee the said De:
sartion, within a y'ear aid a day. fromi this duate,
sr jsudgemient, final anid absolute will be an ar
ded againist hims
JOHIN F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. P.
May 11.1840 w a $750) age
.State of South Capolina.
jN THE COMMON PLE AS.
vs C'ase on Attachment.
The Plaintif iavineatheis day filed hsis decla
ration in the Clerks Ottice of A bbev'ille District,
aainst the defetndant, who is absesit from atnd
without the limits of the State, and has nseithier
wife, nor attorney, knowis within the samie,
iipOni whom a copy of said declaration mnight
he served: It is thiereforo ordered. that tihe staid
Defi'ndint, do appear and plead to she scid
Deelaratlon, within a year aned a day frosm die i
filing of' dais Desclaratios, or fiiial cad absesdnte
ndgiment iil be given and' newnrded ngniist I
him. JOllN F LININGSTON, c.c. a,. I
May 11. 18-10. w i' & M $7 50 aqe I
B U1R DET COR lEY,ii lin uni the Ham-in
hnylon n an hnif mnilesfroms
me, nnertraiy sort ei stud eceht, thirteen ad a
hillfhands leigh, wit'hiss smnall streak of' white
in iss t'hreheadi, Ieiir veers otl. no oilier snarks
perceivuable. -\ppintised ar bileen deel:a is.
GILES 31 ARTIN. t
Aprmlt h.1R&in 1 c
Phoenix Stone Ware Factory.
TO IJERCH:JNTS AND TilE PUBLIC
T he Subscrriie. ha% ing beetn enag0d in
the uaniliwturing of Stone Ware at
lotiersville. is LEdgelield. S. C. Ijr many years
ainid I rotm long experienice, and forner wnvers
of thit estthlisnmtent, have located thiselves
at the Piomiix FaL.ory, Shiws Cieek, twelve
miies from Edgetield C. House onl the main
Itond :eading from Newberry, Union, and the
npper Distiets to Aiken. for the Imrpose of
maniifl turinz stone Ware in all its varions
branches. They have procured the best of
worhimen and are ctrisitnitly making ups, and
have a large stock in hand. rlei; aortment
is the most complete ever beflore' olired for aile
ill this market, to which they would call the at.
tettion of Druggists, MU.-rchants- and Platiters,
itd all those who wish to purchase any thing
in dieir line Among ie many arti.-les of
which their stock it composed, are the follow
lars of all sizes from 4 gallon to 20 gallons.
Ings of Ill sIzes do. i do. 20 do.
Churus of all sizes - do. 5 do.
Bowls or pans of all sises, fron j do. to 5 do.
Butter it of all sizes frot 4 do. to 3 do. with
Pitchers ofail sizes fron j do, to 3 do.
And leds neatly iale for jars and chnrns if
Stew Piots o1 various sizes. &c. &c.
A!l of tIhe iiiov 'is intferior to none made
in the United States. Orders addressed to us
it Edgeliild Coeurt Hotise.S. C. will be prompt
Iv aitended to, and delivered to the Mterch;unt's
bior, any ilistanee oinder one indred and fifty
iiles. Charleston inerchants canl have their
ware delive-red at the depot, in Aiken. at 1:24
:ents per gallon. The I'ric- Pt the Factory is
12Ai cena;impr gthein.
MATHIS & RU ODES.
April 1, 1S40 tf 9
The Charleston Conr. will publish I times,
lvekly, and florvind acrount to this Offlve.
Vegetable Life Medicines.
T HESE Medicines are indebted for
their natne to their uanifest and sen
4ible action in purifying the springs and
hanuels of lire, and enduing them with
reneied tone and vigor. In many hi
red certified Cses which have been made
public. and in alnost every speciesof dib
awg to which the humjan frame is linble,.
the hanppy ell'ecs of MOF FAT.S LIFE
PILLS AND PHGNIX BITTERS
isive. been gratefully and publicly ac
nowledged by the persons benclitted, and
ivho were previously unacquainted with
he beautifully philosophical principles
iion which they are conpounded, and
ulpoin whiclh they consequenly act.
'The Llf*FE MlEDIUJN S recoininend
the-tuselves in dkisease ol every f1om3 & te
wriltion. Their irst operation is to looet
fe various inipuritiei and crudities cou
tautly settling around them, and to re
nove the hardetnei h:ces which collect in
he convolutious of the small inustines.
1)iher nedicines only partially clenns
tese nttd leave such collected nas-es.
'himti as to produce ht haitual costivene,,.
with ill its Iraiti of evils, or sudden diarr
Ietea. wits its tl ttinenit i dangers. Thi.
retp is well knr.w i to all regular nnao
misits, who eXamsttine the human bowvel,
fter dealt; and hence the prejudice of
bec well infhrtmed men ugniial. 1inael,
lemeiciies-or tledicines prepyarci antd
'trail to the pulbllic h1 ignornti: personls.
'l'- secoitd ellert of -!t Lii Melicines i't
o e'.:nis the kidne-yn i the bladder.
ni by this mean,. the liverrind tIIe lu;:s,
hI heA'thful artln of whiib ent'rely ile.
,tnds upipn the reguhtirh of :he urinary
,r-ans 'hev bl-od. wvitieh takes its red
'dor fi otm the agency of the liver and the
unsbefore it pas-ies inin the heart, 1being
hiii-; puritiel by thei, anl notirighed hi
"md ocoming frot a clean stoiach. conr
es freelv throniah the veitnes, renews every 1
ri of the syeimni and trimpthattly
noint the hallne. of heahilh itt the bloon;
>een-t thomoughly test eid. ni ot l prooneedi n
-nev. Paulpitaiiti of the lheart. Lits, of
p piire. IIleartirni andt [Hendnteh. Rest
's,tm-ss. Ill-tempe ir, Anx~ietyv, liiinirnor and
bleaticholy, Costiv'enies, Dtnrrhen, Chol
n, lFivers of aill kind,, Rhetnmtatismi
ui, Dropsies of all kinds. Gravel. Wortms,
M.hmal it (eosniptiotn, Seunrvy, lilers..
nyrerate Sore", 8-obuiiti" Erupitions andi1
3 ;td 'omtiplexi'its, EruiptiveO complanints.
allo1w, Cloittlv, and othter disagreeable i
30mpitleinnttO, 'Sal t Rhlenmit, Erysipetlns,
itimmtotn Ctiids tmil Inflnenza, annd varion,'.
ther complntts which illiet thle humtatn
name. Int Pt.:va and AGUK:, inirtienlair
v, the Life Mledicines have been titlst I
Timnily snaecessfil -so mtttehl so, that in
he.Iever anud Agiie di-itriets, Physicians '
imost tuniverstally ptescribie thaem.
All that .3lr. Mtiffat reqtuires ofC his pait-.
twi to tie lptrtienila:r itt takmtt i he Life
dediines strictly tieording to the direc
iin. It is tnt by a newspaper tnotrie, or
>y antythintg thlit ie htisef mtay saty in
heir fltvor, that he hopes to gtain credit.
is alonte by the results eof a fair trial.
MOFFAT'S MEDICAL M1ANUAL.
lesige:l as a domestie guide to health,
lhis little pamphlet. editedt by WV. B;
aloliut, 375 Bronidwaty, New York, has
seeni putblished for the puirpnse of exlhain
ig oruer fully M r. M~offatt's t heory of dis
ases. iad will be foutnd highly interestinig
o pernns seekitng hentlh. It treats upon
treveleni dlisensos, and1( the causes aheretif.
'rice, 2.5 cents-for sale by Mr. Moffat's
Tese Vtluable M'aedi<.tnes tare for sale
y C. A. DOWD.
Edgefield C. HI. March28. 1840 tf 9
IN THE COMMON F LE AS.
litler, Ripley and Co., Declaratiotn on At.
William Yarbrottgh. aachment in Debt.
rU E Platin's. iii tis case. hauving this day
iled their Declaurationin mtt o fice, and thei
)et'eandati hiavinag tneither WVii'e or Attortney
wi~ithi this State. upon wh omit a cttpy oif sid
elartiotn can lie -erved : irdes ed thait the
)fendnt pleat thteret.' within a vetnr antd a
ay fromu this pulicai ion. tir dhe said actioni
vill e taken ptrocoinfesso ntintst hitm.
GEO. PtJrE, C. C. P
lerk's (Ollice, -
4th Oct., 1839. T. H. P. 39 age
Multi Bole Cotton Seed. 1
lIE above seed caun he had at the Stor
~ttrs. Warrttnted genuine.
Mrilrh4, 14i0 f
N. P. Wtts s H. lasTE6ss WELD.
Thle largest and chenpral Newspaper in the
And certainly Uniong the best.
Publipilerl every 6aturday by Wt sot & Com.
puny. at I6 Nase-antret t. New York.
TRSs, $3 per anunm, in advance.
U PON enteiting the second vehime of this
pioneer in the introduction of paperc of
its class, the publishers may be excused for
coniuntolating themselves upon the conitinued
prospeity and advancement oftheir periodical,
rom the issue of its first number, to the present
tirue. Awate that competition is the life of
business, they expected, and have met with ri
vals; but -hose rivali have, so far, been essen
tial nids to the publicity and circulation of the
Jontathane New readers have been made,
where, comparatively. u few existed before,
and the taste created lor the eleganet literature
of the two hemispheres, carried into all parts of
the country, and tmade accesiible to all, has
prodeed a demand for the Brothrr Jonathart,
which it is gratifying to state is continually on
With such acdditiot. to their resources and
enolumei-ts. the publishers haviraimed to give
n cotmensurate increase to the vale and in
terest of thLi: .hcet. In addition to the laborR of
the gentleinen whose nnmeA are announced as
editors. the publishers avail themselves con
stantly ofthe aid ol such occasionalcrntributions
as they can find snace for.
For'the foreeoinig correipondence of the Jo.
nathan. the setvi-es ocf ISA.c C. PRAT, Jr.
have been enigaged. and his fine literary taste
will also be exe: cised in the selection ofthings
rare, new. and worthy in the European litern-y
art. Selections frori the crinm of the foreign
on~e~dm amne'omeh-- emi.dI
M Ul.-In the progrcss of insptvenent,
a new feature has been added to the Brother
Jonathan. the Publication of new nd popular
m c t>- rc.r-r wil' cor-tnin somniething inl
this way, new and pleasant; reference being
had in the selection. rither to suel pieces as all
ean sing and play, than to recherche compost
tionat, susite'd unty to the scientific. A new font
of mnsic type has been purchnted, and a gen
tdeman engaged to superintend this department,
if execIl-no experiecce and knowledge of mn
snc. 'lhi- will enable us to give Imsic a pub
licity which it never enjoyed be-fore: to carry
the same themes 'or cat ol in the ,y!van oaid in
the fhrihest backwoods. which delight die party
in the city drnu ing-roown. A simcutancetu po
pniarity will ictis be enijoved all over the coun
try by such conositiots as are adapted to the
public: tn.-te. nad worthy of the public favor.
V hate er other improvemenlts may suggest
hthemselves will be adopcted. and no pains spared
o make tih.- Jountlian a welcmne visiter to all
.orti of people. whos- tases are worthy of tra
ificationt. Other periodicals may be addres.sed
to ponrticnlar cpitnionts. or it) partient!er clat'es;
Fonthan will wak ttl free. "feon "rnve to gay,
ra lively to severe," and strive. with all the
uid he hcacs eiist-d, to con-pass the whole circle;
:( give. in a word. a CYCLoPE.IA of whatever
inav be desirahe in a literary magazine, and
'ekly iewsaptper. He appeals to the past for
vonchera of what. he can do; and what .he can,
TELMS.-Threew dollars a vear itn advance.*
For five dollari two conic's of ihe paper will be
-et one year. or one cocpy two years. In no
.'ne will the paver he sent tcut of tle city unless
laid fo0 in advance.
-. Ml communications and letters should
te addresccd. postrae paid. to
WILSON & COMPANY,
No. I;-! Naalt-street, !%w York.
(Ertract frou Aos h MDALL's (.riuulr.)
Ever y friend of fismoerney and ant honest
Olmini~oration is i i.voked to tetive ,:fforts to
mxtend tIe:.tbscription forwarding the nawes
ind mmcey to ne, pos'age paid. or through
1. .1t n.Lst,-rs. wh:o are permitted by the post of..
Ie laws and regulations to do so in letters
rrillen by thenseres.
PROSPECTUS FOR THE EXTRA
This pnper will be publishrd until the Presi
leetini eleetion in November.' 140. with one
mmtnher aterward giving the result in detail
mnd an tidex.
Twenty--ix u:nhers will be tsined. A large
trins of the firstnumbers will be printed; atnd
il persons siubsc'ribcing innctnediately, whoso)
mm.-s a.d mtonovy are teceived before thcat
tit !chts shnill be ex'hansted, will receive all the
Trmzs--One cop~y ,$1
Six copies 5
Twelve copies 10
Twenty file copies 20
cid at the smcati rate ihr a greater number.
.Mr. Kentdlahl Itate Peemnester Getneral, will
~ottribuete to) thcis pacpea until Novemeber.
The r~ee ices of ,.t bar:ribers procured upon ihis
resprttus and the mtoney. shienitd he. setnt di
-retly au pco~tuge patid. or thcroitgh postmas
ers. whoe a:re gen'horizeet by Piest Ofbece laws
i~d regrulacionisto frank letiers writlen by themu
lr/es,cecltsintg mtotney for newspapet scibscrip
linnk notes cnrrent in the country where a
uheecriber resile'. will he received. provided
hey are not mtore thtan ten per cent below spe
No paper will be sent unless the mioney be
Sctbs--riptiocns received at this oflice, and at
Ii. Post i ffice
Wrew Fueruleture ad Join
IH 'IE subset iber tales this method to inform
his frietnd .. and the citizens of this, and
lie adjoining Ijistricts, that he has permanent
FURNITURE AND) JOINER'S SHOP
in the Martintown Ricad. ntear Gilgal Chutch,
thout tweilve muiles ahove Edgefid C. House,
mud 17 helow Cambridge. Being a Mechan
c himself, anid having experienced, good
veorkmen in nis employ, he flatters himself that
le will be able to give saticefactuon to all those
who tmay favor him with their orders. Hie has
mn heand, and expects to keel) afood assort
nent of Passt Doons. SAsH, DLINDs, ANiD
la s-rE I. j~cEs. Also
Such as Ivardrobes. Sideboards, Bureaus,
look Cases. t'oldinug Tales. !jc. kcc.
Repatiriinv dione itt ithe shortest notice, and on
easotnable ~termts. If' desired, lie will go any
listancee under twenty-tive miles, to Glaze.
All orders th~ankftully received, and punetu
ilvy attended to. Address the utndersitined,
)nnttonisville.Edgefield District, S. C., or -.Vn
'.Durisoe, Edgefield Court House.
Near Gilgal. S. C A pril 30, 1840. 3m 13
State of SOutIhi a ti olinla.
EUG HFI ELD) DISTRICT.
IN T]I-. COiM310ON PiaA S.
J. & I.. Jones, v Attachment
II. II .lones.
T1 [E laintitl' in this case. having filed his.
.dclartion in tmy otlice, and die Defen
tant havitng no with or Attorney knownt to be
within the .Mtate, uphont wvhom a copy could be
erveid with a rcile to plead. It is ordered that
hce Defenldint do plead tic the said declaration
vithiin a year und a day, fromt ilis date, or final
Ad absolute jnadgmiet will be awardeas gaimst
imt. GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
:lerk's Ofc~le, Edge.
field, Oct 26..c J$39. S 7 50 U&aW age 46