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TE SOUTHERN PLANTEr.-Tine South
ern planter is inleet, one of the nature's
noblemen. He is above meanness-a
stranger to low trickery, despising deceit.
spurning duplicity, and abhoring in soul
chicanery and low cunning. He is fi-ank,
candid. generous; has a good sense of hon.
or; and is always ready to defend it. En
tertaining, at the same time, the nicest
perceptions of courtesy to others, prompt
to offer an apology in instances wherein
he may have oll'ended. Abroad. he is the
lire of the social circle; at home. he is the
soul of hospitality. lie loves l:is country
-loves it warmly and well: not because
he has acquired or holds property in it
but because it is his country-his own.
his native land, and because its institu
tions breathe the vivifying breath or liber
ty. In the halls of lecislation lie utters
his opinions in words of burnintg eloquence,
warm as the sun of his own clime, and is
ever found oit the side of liberality and tol
erance. When the shrill war note sounds,
he is foremost in the fight, his motto being
his country; his country, right or wrong.
To the fair sex lie is gallant; to silver
haired age revercntial, and to all with
whom lie comes into cotlact, polite. He
is courteous wit iotit being obsequinus,
charitable but tiot ostentatioug, religious
but not hypocritical; tle friend of tle uti
assuming tmerit, but the undisguised foe
ofcharlat anistm and iret ence. Accustom
ed from infancy even to green old ago to
a life of ease and independence, if not of
affluence, lie is an titter stranger to the
sordid stratagems and covetous devices by
which your mero money gatherer ;a
masses wealth. His feelings are not,
therefore; blunted by mercenary mean
ness, the charity of his soul is not sapped
up by covetous ambition. To the science
of tiote shaving, tie husiiess of exacting
cent per cent intcrestand tihe thousand oth
"tricks of trade" lie is a perfect stranger.
lie is not daily inl dread of a protest, is
not incessantly piourinig over his ledger,
and finds ot her atid fiequent ca uses of re
joiciIr. that the excess of the credit of pro
ilt and loss over the debt a!'ords. lie is
tint dependent oni the credit systet for the
ieans of his existence, nor can tie Sub
Trreasury hill, specie clause and all reduce
hin to ruin. Quack legislators and itnio
rant statesman may raise a whirlwind that
will sweep away tie assumed wealth of
the fundless speculator and itianical gat
bIer, but it cantnot mot e than temporarily
effect the discreet planter; lie will weathetr
the storm, despite tie sudden prostration
of trade, or the abrupt revulsions in busi
ness Iis plantation is the terra firma ott
which, with ordinary atteniion to it, lie
can never be swamped. View tie South
ern planter as you will there is much in
his frank, i ogenuous countenance, in his
dignified mien, independ-ni bearing and
easy elegance of manners, to coniliaaul
him to vour esteem. liut see him on his
pliaintation, at his home in the midst of his
fitmily, and surrounded boy his depetidants,
and vou will there be able to appreciale
his good qualitis-his utihoinded hospi
tality, his generous nat tire, his love and at
tachment for the partner ofhis bosom, and
his fondness aid care for the pledges of
her affection. You will see him treat his
slaves wilh kindness and humanity; sup
plyina them witi a pent-y o' gonl ami
wholesome food, and exacting no rmore la
hor fmrm theni than is conduezive to henhh.
You will see thei itt ret-urn, grateful for
his kiidnes, cliecerfi and contented
without a thought of the present, or fear
for the future-tru-ting to the well known
goodness of their inaster for the supply of
pais-ing wants, and a provision hereafter.
The Southern platiter has not wholly
ecactpel tho ide-spread adversity that
now exists, but with him it iuist lie of
compnfarattively ablort duration: for the flue
Stations of~ trada, or lie dep*~recitiont of
currentcy, can i do bimt no permanttetit intjtt
r~v. As they say in 3hissintpppi, threre are
recuperate pmo~ns itn his firtile anud pro
if there be anv alloy in the A merican
character, the a-sayer will find but little of
it in the Southern planttrr.
From thac Nladisonana.
We are overrun with correspoundent s.
It is a goodl symptomt we confe'ss, buti we
beg, in self-defence, to suggest to them, ve
ry respectfulfly, a few ruiles for their oh
1. Condense yotur articles, and make
them as brief as possible.
2. Never send us au comm'unuication un
less you are sure it hias poinit.
:3. Never ex pecr to see, yoturcoimmunicat
tioni int pritii tinless y'ou can wvrite gramit
mnatically, ati can do your own spelling
4. Never write on bothI sides of your pa
per, if you intendl your article to lbe prin
tedl. It is a great iticonvenience to the comn -
positor, andt can searcely b~e tolerated, uni
less the communication is fromt a dlistance.
i. Never tjorc ani editor by readitng ar
ticle to him. Leave it to his discretion,
a ud bide your time.
G. Never atsk an editor the news-it is
like getting professionial advice wvithout
fees. or smougling goods. Take his p)'eper,
pa'y for it. and then you will get the news
7. It is a great mistake to suppose that
an editor's sanmclunm is a public reading
toom. To tumblle anid read ati cditor's
exchanges, is ais biad as riling the fountain
where the spring folks are dipping wvater
for their customtners.
8. When you wikh to discontintue youtr
paper don i~t ias much deeney as you
ordercd it, always remremoberinig that atn
editor forver sets him dowtn ais noe gentle
utan, w-ho a fter requiestitig his pa per com
pels the postmnaater to send arn abrnpt no
tiCe, that the paper "is refusced;" and~ that
ant editor can never regard im an hoest
inan who discontinues his paper without
9. Never fltter yourselh'that ain anony
imons comuninication, adtdressed to, oir
totuchinig personts, will lie noticed.
Kentumcky.-The Governor of Ketm uek v
has issu~ed at piroclamnationi, calling n spte.
cial session of the Legislature of that State.
to lie hield ont the I10th instant. for the puir
pose8 of providinig foir the choice of lslee.
airs for Presidlenit antd Vice President of
the United States, the subject having beeni
neerlooked by the hegislinmire ait the regu
1. What is the character, and what ate
the qalifications of the teacher, who is
now in your school, giving daily inmstrue
tion to your children?
2. Is your school house comlortable, well
located, and well supplied with fuel and a
good wood-house ?
3. How often have you visited the
school this winer ? How often have you
visited the common school for the last five
4. low often do you examine your
children at home, to find out the influence
of the school, and the progress the children
are niaking in their studies?
5. Ilave you provided your ofTpring
with the necessary school books ?
6. 1 lave you furnished your school with
7. Do you make the teacher "board
round," or does he board at one place,near
the school house, where lie can have an
opportunity to study ?
8. Do you, by not furnishing suitable
clothing, or through carelessness, or crimi
nel indulgence, permit your children to
idle their time at home, when they should
be in school ?
9. Do you keep them at home one day
and send them to school the next ?
10. Do you give them so many 'chours'
in the morning that they are not able to
reach school till near noun?
11. Do you olfer every facility for get
ting %our children to school crery day and
in good ieason ?
]2. Do you keep the family quiet; or
opei a separate room, that the children
may sttdy evenings ?
13. Do you tiily present good cxa in
ples to your children, by showing them
the happiness and usefulness of kuowl
14. What is your government over
1.5. Does it fit them to. respect and obey
the teacher ?
16. Does your family government quali
fy your children to govern themselves.
17. Lastly-which do you labor most
for, and which are ott most desirous of
giving your children--K.NowLEDGE or
1. Are yonu qualified for your arduous,
dillicult and resiponsible station ?
2. [lave you soberly and frequenily
considered the important dulies of a teach
3. Do you love your business ?
4. Do you intend to make teaching a
prolession, or merely a temporary thirng,
to be laughed at and dismissed as soon as
something more desirable shall offer ?
5. Canl you sympathize with children ?
G. Can you look iito the operations ol
the young intelleci, and see how it ithinks
and ihow t) make it think ?
7. Is it your daily and nightly study to
excel in your business ?
8. Are you endeavoring to make teach
itig a distinct profe.,sion. as well rewarded
anud as honorable as law or physic, or di
9. Does your library couain all the
works, volunes, periodicalk. &c. &c. Itit
have heen published to asbist you in 1the
art of tenelt:ig ?
10. Are you in manners, in habit, inl
principles. a good model fair your puplils ?
1U. Do you muke your school pleasat?
12. Do you male your scholars under
stand what they stldy
13. Do you make them apply their
knowledge to the practical business oflife?
14. Ilave vou introduced such bouks
as teachli the lahors and duties of manhood
-utich us agricultural, meclnical, civil.
15. A re you faithful to such parents as
arte inditlereni mo their clhitlren'sediucation?
16. Do yon daily exainte your covert -
mneni ini schtool ! Could this not be im
17 a o not, biy talking, byv going
fromo huse to hou-e, by givitng lectures.
by introdnecintg itmproved schoiol books,anid
a school libratry, by commmt ciions to the
pre~ss, antd hy every postsile jtidic'ious wnt,
d/o somhinjg to elerate thec charactr offthe
district, and the usefulness oft/he schtool.
Commnon School Assistant .
Political Bre ast-Fins.-Some of the
Fedieratl atristuocrat4 of this city aire sportitng
brteast pins1 ini the shape or "log eahins"~'
and cider baurrelb,"' madie of gold, aiid cost
ing~ pehp from Iive~ to Ten doulblrs.
This is strongly represent ative of their
pirinci ples-this is the aristor-racl/j wht ch
"stoops to conquer." and ideceive the peui
ple. -'Log C'abi'' bireast pins made of
GOLto We wiandler if a rcal log catbint mn
ca n be fi nil in thle cotlry, whIo wiould( he
cautghit wecaring suich anm article ! We
guess he woiuhl ratthcr spend that mu tch
montey at a blaceksmnith's shop, fur an
axe or grubbing hoe.
By the wvay, the demnocrats, as a set off,
have got up another kind of breast pius,
which they wer~te. They are five cent
pieces, with pins attachedl to thIem, pre
senuting the frot ofthe goddess of libeerty,
suirroundued by the thirteen stars. with a
staIr in one htad nautunted with the libertf;
cup. andl the other resting tiuon the Ameri
an ocoa ofarms. rThese pieces are procured
ofte ae1U0 as atlike commemltttorative
ofl tihe erai of the great struggle oif the shin
plaster aristocracy; against haord mon,, as
well ats indicative of their principles and
the glorious triumiphi of~ that Creat Ditt, o
IEstvxntasc ANt) LtBEnTY. Tax~ IN
DEPENDENT TREASURY. These
Demtocratic breast pins cost about filiy
Anxiety to possess a vote, is good pro
snmtiptive evidence ofanixiety to perform
the duties of a ntani anad a citizen; giving
ain honest vote, when a person has the
power, is not the exercise of a privilege
coeniced edlby the gover nmet, biut the per
folrmuaniceuif a duty prescribedl by the state.
Te claim of' the elective fanchise. and the
exercise of it, are prima facie virtouts ac
t)tnCt and~ the punishment for either is an
attack onj the very foundation of public
Lptugh and joke as much as you catn
at the close of dinnier. It helps digestion
more t hani cheese or champagne. Indeed,
moderate fits of laughter are better thtan
Coi.sumt. July lth, 1810. %
Y his Excellency. B. K. ienegan, Esq.
Governor and Comnmder in Chief in
and over the State of South Carolina.
Whereas, informatinm has been received Iat
this Department. that a most airocions murder
was conmnitted in Umiinn District, on tie I thi
of June lat, Iv a certain negro mun JIM. the
prdlerty of Elisha Porter. Esq., upon the body
of Elisha Blrdsoe. a citizen of said District. nnd
that the said I31 has fled from juslice. Now
to the end that justice may he 'done, und that
fhe said JII may oht brou-ut to legal trial for
his ofieur.e, a-i ufiorenid. I ilo hereby offer I
Reward of ine hiundried and lifty dolla'rs for his
alpprehlensiol aid delivery into Uny juil of' the
The said Jim i, de.scribed as a black fellnw,
Wihl heavy eve brow-, hiih cheek bones, sul
ky comitvjnanre, aid aoit '2 vears ofage.
Givem under lily hand andiii the s'al of the
State, at (cismmlin. the Fill to July. one
thonmd eight hundred and forty. and in
the si at-fili year tihilie independence of
the United States of Amrienia.
D. K. IIENAGAN.
By the Goverimi.
311. Ltsonoir. Secreiury ofState.
July 17. ]140 f 25
State ot "Solithl ( Hlolinab
IN TIE C03M1ON PLEAS.
V 1LLIA31 11. ADAMS, who is in the
ciustody of the Sherii'omfthle saidDitrict.
by virtme ofia tvrit ofcpius ad satisifima in
at the suit of Willham Cook. haviig i'ed
idspe~timtionamI a sefidil eimf nomh. of his wmli
estate, real and persomal, with tie purpose of
oblaininig thie beelit of' tie Art of the General
Assembly oh fI this State. commonly called the
"Insolvent Debtor's Act."
Pu.ie No-tex is hereby given, that the pm
tition ul' the said Wino. If. Adms will lie heard
adt( Ponsidlred in thie Court of Commoi Pleas.
for Edgetield Di-trict. at Edgeficlc C. hIouse,
on WVediitiday, tie '21st -t' otf October iext, mr
futt some sbliseiiuent day m'f tie Term of' said
Court. which will be thien setiig: nind all the
creditors of the said ,V in). II. Adamus, are here.
by sinmonel personally or by atorney, then
and there, in the said Court, tom show c:mse, if
they call. why the benefit ofrthe Act aforesaid.
should tinot f granted to the said William If.
Adamus, upoi his executing the assigineit re
quired by the Act aforesaid.
GLU. POPE, C. C. P.
Jly 2.1, 1840. ac 2Z"
State of Soith Cariolina.
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
ENItY IIUFFIAN, Sen., who is in the
Ucustody of' the iSherifr f the said District.
by virtue of writs of' capiias ild satisfariciumaw,
to the snit of, Lewis ColfinS and Lorrain Ged
dings, having filed his ietitinu, with a schedlem'
filn oath, of his whole state' both real and per
sonal, with the purpose ofofinining the beiie
fit ofihe Art of the Geteral Assembly of this
State,. coumnonly called tf.o "usulvent JDebtur's
Ponsmrc No-rcn i.- herebvo given, that the poe
tiiion of the maid I leury I m'ifimam, seni., wiMl be
heard amnd comisimlered. fite i Couirt of Commini
Pleas Iiir idgelield Distrlict, ol Wednesday
the 21st day of' October next, or ott soie sub
sequent day duriniig the Term of said Court.
which will themi lie in session: and all the cril
iturs of the said liery Iluinjan..len., are here
by siummioned person:ly or by aittirney, then
atid there. in the said Court. to shiew cause, if,
they can, whI) the i' beneit of the Act nfiresaid.
shiM not It' grantied to lie said Hienry 11ul'
ir.an. sen., uponm his executing time assigunmit
required by the said Art.
G EO0. POPE, C. (:. P'.
Ju/g 2l. 1'410f. a tc 25
EDGEFiILD DISTIl ICT]
IN TIlE COMMiON P'LEAS.
EOllGE WV. TI IOMiASwhilo is ini thme ens
~tod y of' time ShemritT' of the sail District,
hb' virtue ofi certn~hm wri is of cupiasuad salsfi
endumgg, at thue smit of' Lawrence & Beariidslv,
Ramsdell, Bromwn & Co., Smithi & lRuthlvi'mi.
in' C. & m Lvntes, Wa:rrentKimbilrell for te mm-e
of Wmt. Banid. timd Waldront. 'lTiiimas & ('o.,
hntvinmg filed his petlitioni wi th a sc'ioheinmi oi othm.
of his wholhe estauti, real andi personaml, wimlh the
purpose~i5 of ob tainini time bmenefit uif thie Act oft
t eeerah A ssemmbily of this State, commoiii nly
eulleid thet "Inmsolven i t Debl'itm's A eit.
Pmuni.ic No rtee: is hierebyt given thant then pe
titiioit of than saidi Geiorg'e W. Thlotma~s. wiil Iline
hmeardm andm 'omsideredl itn the Coinrm mif Coimitmoin
Pleai", for Edgem'ieldl District. at Edeefuueld Ciurt
Hlomism, omn Wemdnesdaiy the 21~si day of Oc'ttober
nmext. or ott some snblsegnent day of' time Tmrmt
of said Comirt, which will lie thmen semttinig : andm
all the creditors of' thte saimd Gemirge W. Tholmimas
are' hereby snmmoneimd petrsonai~lly or by ntor
ntey, then amid there, ini time sa'id Courtf to shew
cautse, if they enni. why the benefimt mif the Act a
'oreniid, shnuhld not he grt ted to thme said G.
W. Thmotms, itpon his execu'iting! time assi gn
mnent reqimired by the Acm aforesaid.
GEO). PopE, C. C. P.
July 21, h8-10). a tc 2
State of Souithi( ~ Carolina.
EDGE FlE LD DISTil iCTI.
IN TUlE COM\MON PLEAS.
AlBNER BIUSIINE LL. who ms in the enmsto
A%. dv of' the ShierilT' of the said IDistrict, biy
virte of a writ of capias ad satisfaciendum, at
te suit oh' Baker. .Johnson & Cmi htavimng filed
his pmetitmomn, with am schedlule mit onithi of his whole
estate real aiid1per'sonaul, wi.hI time pinrpouse olmih
taiing the bemnefit or the Act of' thme Gemneral
Assetmibly ofni this State, commonly calhed mthe
"isulvemt Dehlimr's Act."
Puntew No-rict~ is hiermeby given, thint the pe
titin of' the said Abater Bhell d will lie herd
anmd considered, inm them Court of Commnonti Pents
for Edgefieldi Iistrmct, on Wednmesdamy te 2hst
dfay of' Octobemr tnext. on on some subhsegnett
inay dmtring thme Termt oifisaidi Cuirt. whmichi will
thien lie ini sessioni: anmd till time cr'editors of' mlhe
sm Ane ushnmell. aire hicrebyv sunnnoinlted
pesnalmo y mattorneny, theni and theire,' to
shewemanmsemfthmeyenan,wlhiythme benfmt ohte Act
atf'mresnid, shouilmd iiot lie granmted to time said Aim.
mner hmishnell, iupeon his executing~ the itssign
tuent remiremd by the saidl set. gl
G EO. POPF, C. C. P'.
Clerk's O~fire~. ?
July 21l, 1840tt. nue 25
BOCK & JOB PRINTING
O F Every description exenmtedi with
neiatess and despiafth ait thme O1licc
on' thic E nouve1.n Anu.:n-rzs mn.
State of South Cal olina.
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
JAMES SI PSON, who i- in the custo
dv of the Sherif of fabbeville District,
h'v virtue ft mesne process, at the .-nit of
dlark. McTier & Co-, having filed his Peti
tion, wih a Schedule on oath of his whole es
tate, real aonl personal, n% ith the purpose of uh
taining the benefit of the General Aseisemby,
cottmitintily called the "Insolvett Debtor's Act."
Put:ic NoTacE is hereby given. that the pe
tition of the said Janmes Simpson will :e heard
ami cotsidered in the Court of Conanon Pleas
1ir Abeville District, at Abbeville C. Hose,
onl Wednesday, the fomrteecth day of October
next, or snch other day thereaflier as the Conrt
may order during the Term. cotnmiencing at
Ihe said place on the second Montday in Octo
ber text: and all the creditors of the said James
Siopsoni are hereby sommoned persomatly.
or by attorney, then atid fhere in the satid Conrt
to lew an-', if they cata, why the benefit of
the act af'oresaid should not lie granted to lie
said Jnm1es Simpjason, 11uon his execnting the
assignment reqptired by the Act aforesaid.
JXO. F. LVINGSTON, c. c a.
.-fpril 2, 1840. $14.50 ac 22
Vegetable Life Medicines.
T IlESE Medicines are indebted for
their name to heir manifest an al son
sible action in purifying the springs and
channels of* life, and endaing thema with
renewIed tone and vigor. In many hun11i
dred certified cases which have been unade
public. and in almost every species of dis
ease to which the hunman frane is liable,
tIh haIppy effects of NlOFPATS LIFE
PILLS AND PIlENIX BITTERS
have beeni gratefully and publicly ae
knowledged by the persons benefitted, and
n ho were previously unaccuainted wi h
he beautifully philosophical principles
upot which they are compounded, and
upon which they consequently act.
rie LIFE MEDCINES recominmend
themselve$ in diseases of every frott & de
scription. Their fitst operation is to loosen
tic various impurities and crudities con
stant ly settling around tliem, and to re
move Ithe hrdetnued lic'cs whib collect itt
ihe coln voltu otions of the small intestines.
a lher mtedicines only partially cleanse
thewe amd leave stehl collect'd maess
behind as to prodace habitual costiveness.
wiah all its train of evilk, or -miliden diarr
lon, with its imminient dangers. This
laet is well known to all re2ular anato
mists, who examtite the human bowelk
after deaith; mid hence the prejudier of
itese well infiormed mten against qael,
medicits-or mnediciics parepared and
heralded to thle public by ignorant persons.
Tlle second ell'et of the Life Medicines i,
to cleanse the kidneys and the bladder,
and111 by this ni stis. the liverand the I ns.,
the heialthlful action of whicl entirely de
petths upon the regularity of the urinar%
orgais The blood, whicli takes its red
color irom the aagetcy of the liver and the
lungs liefore it passes into the heart, beitig
this pirilied ly them, and nourished I%
food comainag from a clean stomach. coart
ses freeiv thromiauh thte veilles, renews ever
part ff the sytei, 1ad vinaophantl.
iaounts the hatiter of halt b iu lite bloom
ill-, cleek. *
Motiito's Vaeetuable Lire Meticines hiav
beven thorougbly tested. and prononneed a
mviere'ai!In re' aaedy liar Dyspep1sai. F~lai.u
lvrncy. Palpitation of the Ileart. Loass oi
A ppetie. 1learthuari aid Headnch. Rest
les.,ness. Il-temper, Auxteiv, Liattor aid
Meianeholy, Costivenes.', Diarrhona, Chol.
era, Favers of till kinds, Rhetanamtisn
Gont. Dropsiesof all kim!s. Gravel, Worm111s.
Athmna and Conutimption, Scurvv, Ulcers.
Inveterate Sores. Scolati Erupitions and
Bad Compilexiaas, Eruptive complaits.
Salow, Cloudy. and other disagreeaabe
Compl jlexains, Salt R henm i, Er~ysi peIs,
Commi i on Cohtlls nitttI influiena,~ anrd variouai
othder coma aa aints which atlliet lhe humiattt
fitme. lI a F:-:v and Aou :, ipartienar
v, th LIife Aledicintes have heeni mo(st
eraminectaly suaccefssfual: so onateh so, tha itt
te F'ever andi~ Agate districts, Physicians
ablnaist ainiversnily ptrescribe at'ean.
A ll hait 3Mr. Moll'ait requiires of his pair
entsis to bie partientlair int taiking the Life
Medi cina's sat'ict ly aicrorading ta ahe ditec
tians. If is taot bay a ntewspatper ntoricte, or'
by) antythinag ahat hec himtself aty say int
taeir ftlvtr, athast he haopes to entin credit.
It is alaote biy the' results of' a illir triaI.
N~OF"A'S MEDICAL 31ANUAL.
deasignaed as a domettstic gide to benaith, -
Th'iis little panmphltt editeal by WV. B:
Moll'at,:875 Ilroatdway, New York, htas
ben ptallishted for thae'pttrponse of'C ephli
inag amara fuaIly M r. MAlalit's theory of dis
eases. aind wvilIli e aand hightly inatere'stng
to pesn seekinag heathh I. It a re-ats tiprat
prevelent dlisensus, undta te entses thlereof.
Price, 25 cents-for sale by Mr. Motl'at's
Thense V atuarble Medicines are for sale
by C. A. DOWD.
Edgefieal C. II. 31archt28, 18410 if 9
Tan-Yard4 & Shoe Shop openecd.
O N the Edrelaield Ronada near Mt Vinitage,
..whaer'goad Cow IHides will be bughat,
ar t~taned oat shaires-otie half f'or thte otr.r
atnd titte Shoes. lnoits. antd Negro Shoaes willhle
iadel oan nas iuood ternits, tand otf itatteinds infeIL
ri.r to atote itt the State.
WVataraat Ilaraness muadle, ntal Cinrriaage I Jar
ness arcpairaed. Anytt articles ade' wall be e'x
canlaaged iaa' anoodt Ciw IIird's. IFromi aapplic'a
tiatt toi bnasittiass, anad thae best aif Lentther. tihe
subsribter hiopeas the puittic itt genteral will pat
ti onizel his netw eflort tat ntaeonunodatte this
Distriet, and will enIl and see hais wor'k and
jdge for thematselves.
Neatr Mt. Vianage, S. C.
Matcha 23. 1840 d 8
Stale nl' Soutil (aroillin.
IN T~IE COMMON PLEAS.
Alena S. Dozier, Fot'eigni
Willinmt Yarborotngh. Attachantent.
lI'E plaintiff' hiavinig this daty fileda his ale
Sclamauiona itt all aillice, nal thte d'eendat
aving tao wilfe oir alltoraey knoawnt tot be ni ithtin
the stitat, upaoan whomtt a cipy couald ba' ser
vd wvith a rule to pah-ad.l -it is orde'red that
tar he tfdant dlo phlenda tao thte stad dleclia
raltn withiat a year andt a day, fromi this ditte.
or firunal absohtte jindetme'nt will fae aw~arrded
against htimi CEO. POPE, C. C. P.
Edgt..a.'Ir CI 5 u a ,0 u:. .& B. oqr .'11.
.cv Furnunre and Join
fI' HIE suibscriber takes this method to inform
.1 his friends. id the citizetis of this. and
the adjoinig Districts, that he has per'uaent
Iv lon-it d his
FURNILItJ-; AND JOINER'S S1OP3
oi the 3artintowni Road, ieur Gilgal Chich,
about twelve miles above Edgetield C. House,
and 17 below Cambridge. Being a leclan
ic himself, nid havin-g experieiced, po od
workmen in nis employ, he flatters himnscIf that
lie will he able to give -atielaction to all those
who may flavor him with their orders. lie has
on hand. Uad expects to keep i 'od assort.
mlent of Pasarl. Doons, 6au, BU.ios, AND
MNArs-Ki. Pircrs. Also
Snch as trardrobes. ide.boards, Burcaus,
Book Cuses, Folding lTables. &e. &r.
Repairing! done at the shortest notice.nnd on
reasonable terms. If desired, lie will gl aiiy
distance nud.r iweniy-five miles, to Glaze.
All orders thaiitlly received, aid ponctn
ally 'nitewided to. Address the indirsigned.
Diaiitonsvile. Edgefield District. S. C., or Wi.
F. Dorisoe, Edgetield Court House.
Near Gilgal. S. C Atpril 30, 1840. 31m 13
Phoenix Stonie Vare Factory.
TO A]ERCIJANTS AND TILE PUBLIC
T he Slimcibers hminig been cigaged in
the anitil'etuiring of' Stolle Ware at
Pottersvilie. in Edgelield, S. C. for many years
and firom long experience, and former owners
of that estab.li shment, have located themscelves
at the Poliix Factory. Shaws Creek, twelve
imiles from Edg.field C. H ouse on the main
Ioad leading from Newberrv, Union, a the
oplier Districts to Aiken, for the pirpose of
m1uIlac turinig Stone Ware in all its varioin,
branches. They have procnred the best of'
workmen and ire coinstatily Making uip, and
have a large stock on hand. Their assortment
is the loat complete ever belore lilered for sale
in this market, to which they would call the at
tention of* Druggists, Merchants and Platiters,
and all those who wish to purchase any thing
in their lieti. Among the inniy rticles of
which their stock is compused, are the follow
Jars of all sizes front 4 gallon to 20 gallons.
Jugs of all sizes do. 3 do. 20 do.
Chirns of all sizes 2 do. 5 do.
Bowls or pans of all sizes, lfrom 4 do. to 5 do.
litter Pots of' all sizes from t do. to 3 do. with
Pitchers oif al sizes from 4 do. to 3 do.
And leds neatly iiasle flor jars and churns if
Stew 'ots of varions sizes. &c. &e.
All of' thei ahove is inferior to none ninde
in the United States. Orders addressed to its
at Edgefield Court liise.S. C. will be prompt
lv attended to, and delivered to the Merchant's
dtioor, any distaice underone hundred and ifitv
miles. Charleston merchants can have their
%are delivered at the depot, in Aiken. at 124
cents per gallon. The Price at the Factory is
1.4 cnts per gallon.
~ 0 MATHIS & RHODES.
April 1. 1840 tr 9
The Charleston Coir. will publisn 3 times.
weekly, and forward account to this Oflice.
State of' South Cariolinai.
IN TIlE COMMON I-LEAS.
Miller, Ripley and Co., Declaratioi onl At
William I arbronh. tachmntu't in Debt.
I E laniitii's. iil this case. haviing this 1lav
filed t heir Declaration in nmy office, and tin
Defnmdanit having neither WiIe or Attorney
withiu this State. i11o0n wisomit a copy of' said
tbeclarationi can tie served ;rdered that the
'h-fendant plead thereto witiin a year and n
lay from this puhhmcaion, or the said action
will be taken proconlesso aininst him).
GEO. POPE, C. C. P
'1411h Oct., 11-3. 1T. It. r. 31 g
Sta te of, !""'ou11 thI a v oflna.
IN TJiE CUMMUN PLEAS.
J. & L. Jones, vs Attachmen
H. H. Jones.
T HI E Plaintillf itn this case, having tiled his
declarationt in miy otlice. ad the Defen-i
dant having no wife or'Attorney known to he
within the Statte, upon whlomi a copy could he~
served with a role to plead. It is ordered tht
the Defendant dho plead to the said de'claration
within a year and a day'. fromi i is date. or linni
and absolutte judgmoent wvili h~e awgndel, :itaintst
himt. G EO. POPE, C'. C. P.
Clerk's Offce, Edge
feld, Oct 263, 1839. $7 50 na &w aqe 416
State of South iii n'iiolinaii.
IN TIIE COMMO0N PI.EAS.
Cailib Miitchell. audmt'r'. vs )
Johni Johnmsomi the samne, Attachmueiit.
vs thte samte.)
G. L. P'enn a Co. vs Johnt
Johnsoii; G. L. & E.Penn &Co. Atnchiment.
vs the samie. ii two othtercases
rI'I il' lain ihl's hiavinig filed their deciarationus
N itmy otlice. anid the defendant htaving ito
wife or Attorntey known to bie within the State,
uploni whoim a coipy cu be served, Itis oirder
ed thtat the Defe'ndat, plead thereto within a
vear atnd a day froim this publhication, or thte said
lctiont wvili be taketi prto conifesso against him.
GEOlhGE POPE, C. C. P.
Clerk's Ofrie, Edge
licid, Oct 26th, 1539. n a w i $10, enq 46
State of South Carolina.
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
IN T'IIE COMMON PLEAS.
vs O. Tuhnai~n AssumestT,
Ephiratim lessels. A-rcTuArtM~ .
T Hll" Platintilf hiavinog filed his declaration
in~ thle Clerk's Otliice ont the sixteeintht
da~y of Ocetober' latst, amuI it appeing i i that the
deendantt is fromi, antd without tiihintits of thte
stat,and hiavingr ieithier ifie norn ittorney wvith-'
itt the said( Dist'riet, ont whom a rtile toi plead
cni hi' servedi. It is thterefo re ordeired: that the
defendantu~t do plentd tonie said declairationi with
in a year aund a slay. f'ronm the filinig of the idec
itrntion,. or tinual n'id aibsolutte jtudgmntu wvili be
entered arainmst himt, lhv delimit
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r'.
Jain 1ti, 1$.40 w ivsr $SaGlaqdl
S'tate of South Carolina.
IN THlE COMMON PLE AS.
vs Caese on Attachment.
Tt~e Plaintill havini!this day' filed hlis de'cla
rationi in thue Clerks ( tlice ..r Ahhev~iille District,
against tihe defenidaiit, who is aih-nt from untd
without theliimuits of'thes Staute.nntid has neither
wili', inor attornev, knowno withuin fte Stsam,
po who a cop'y of said declarationnmight
Dela'ndant, do asppeiar n11-d plead to tiue sidu
D)eeiaration, withtiin a yeair ands at day f'rumt the
tiling ofthlis Deeliaratiumn or liiial mstd abissslute
idetment will hi' given and aw'ardedi against
h imii. JOHN F LINING;STON, c. c. r.
Ch'rk's Ofhice. 1 ve' 7 ~ ap
Citizenls of Charlleston,
AND TIl E X 0III1BV):JNG ST . T ES.
TOU are respectfully inf'orined that 70
M3 N EriN. s-rnia:r 70-is my Oliice for
the elsive sale of BItAN DiLT''S VEGE.
TrA BI.. UNIVIRSA L PILLS. Price twen
ty tive cents per box. widh directions in English
French. Spanish Poirtnese and German.
'The hiigh and universal reptiation (of the
iatdeith Pills, renders it iuinecessary tocoi
lelt largely (1i their par tienl: r virtues. As ait
anti-bilions und purgative nclicine, they are
nipti'jialled by any. Their purifying effect on
the blood is universally allowed-all that have
ever used have approved and recommended
In many cnscs where the dreadful ravages of
nlceration had laid bare ligament aud bone, and
where to all appearance, 11o human means
could save life, have patlents by the use ofthese
Pills, been restored to good health; the devour
ing disease having been completely eradicated.
In consegInence ofthe pleasantness of their
operalno i, they are universally used in every
section ofthis wide extended country wheyo
they are made know n.and are fast snrperseding
every other Preparation of professed similar
inport. Upwards uffourteen 'houtsand cases
have been certified as cured, solely from their
use since the introduction of that into the U.
Stmes. tIhns cstabliAshing the fact beyond all
donht. that the li nilreth Pdllis cure the (appa
rently) mos~t opposite disease.:, by the one
simple act or continually evactuating the bow
els wi;h themt, utntil the di-ease gives way;
thei efi're. whimlevr may be said of the THEORY,
the UrIrTv of the n'Ic.-1ICE is now BEYOND all
As Brtndretl''s Pills ctre Scnrvy, Costive
ness, and its conseeipiences, seasfaring men,
an( all travellers to) foreig it regions, should not
be without, in order to ri-soit to theta on every
occation ofilhess. No medicine ciest is re
qitirel where the% are.
N. B.-Time or climate alTects them not,
provided they are kept dry. Sonthern gentle.
men will find this iedicine one that will insure
health to the people on their estates.
Be carelid and never purchase Pills of a
Druggist. rnoRnssi.so to be Brandreth's Pills.
Under so C1nCUsisTANCES is any one of this
class imade an Agent. 31y own established
Agents have iNvAinAB I. 1 an ENGRAVED Certifi.
cate, signed B. Irandreth. Al. D, in my own
hand writing. This is renewed yearly-and
when over twelve tmonths old, it no longer
gItarantees the genuineness of the medicine,
it would he well. therefore, for purchasers to
carefully examine t he Certificate. The scal is
not wax. litt enbeosed on the paper with a steel
seal. Irlthe aeintine ne-dicine is obtained.there
is no doubt of its giving perfect satisfaction,
and if all who want it are carefl to go by the
aboiedirections, there is little doubt but they
wi obtain it.
Retnember 70 Meeting street, is the only
place in Charleston whtere the grenine medi
enme ca: he obtained.ad at W. W. Sales,Han
hure and C. A. Down Edgefield G.. the only
attlonrised Agents for Edgefield
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
Stephen Oweii Aiken; David Turney,
Beatfort; John AleLaren.Abbeville; William
Cininnghami, Columbia; Elijah Alexander,
Pickens; John flinstie. Pendleton; Samtel
Wilinoi Georgetown, McLure. Brawley &Co,
Clester; Charles Wilcox. Coosawhatchie: bla
ker & Rivan. Darnwell K. H.: 1). & I. B.
Rice, G'rahatn's P. 0., Bartwell District.;
Gaines & Bollimr. Grereville District; Reuben
Gross, Lexington: in astie & Nichol, Greenville
C. 11.; John G. Tonne Yonngnesville, Fair.
field Dist.; Sylvester Beach, Orangeburg;
Ituir& Johnson. Newherrv; Rice & Cater,
Anderson,: James F. Gee. Leeswille. Lexing
ton District; Burl.sdale & Saxon, Gasireneville,
Vernon & Mitchell Spartiburg, P. J. Foster,
Foster's, Union District; John .llcLure,Union
ville, George Steel, Yorkville; A. If. Chain
hers. Winsboro';C hurles .4 iller, Edisto Bland,
John ltosser. Camden; Samuel A ilmot,
Georgetown; Maker & Ryan, Barnwell; E.
Gartigne. Bilackvil.e, Barnwell; E D Felder,
.ielwny, BarnielI; Gangley & Drummond,
Lower Three Rnns, Barnwell; Philip Char
trand, lranchville. Oraungeburg; A. Stevenson,
Piekriti ville, Union, and B. Jaudon, Robert
Feb 1:3. 110 tf 2
state it sd lti , aiDfnan.
servd onarroisito htit~ Atthmet.O
d e nry Tha thesai Debdat dii udgmeant.
plea d tthisi -declaratioui wind t yearendn
a daey from the~ puibliiento of this order, or
jntdg ceen' wvill be renidi-e against him pro coit
fesso. G EO. POPE, c. c. P.
Nov. 5. 12:9 waw $7 50 age 40
Stalte' of !South ('aolina.
1X T HE COMMON PLE AS.
Leroy Taylor, vs Attachmisent
Ivy Taylor. Assumpsit.
7VIH E Plaintiff in thtis case, having this day
I filed his declaration, and thte Defendat
htaving no wife or A ttornev. ktiownt itn this State,
ttponl whom a ?1copy of the same catn he served.
On mtotion. ordered that the said Defendant
do appeat and plead to the said declaration,
within a year and a day fraim the publication
hieteof, or final atnd absolute judgment will be
awarded against him.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Oflice, (
3lzny 9.1W.l0. i n t-r $7 50 aqe 15
Nautt ofI Soth~t Carolina.
Aniln VII- DISTitICT.
IN T HlE CUMM lL.V PLLEAS.
Jolnrmliirhe, )s. Asumpit.
W illiait 31. Baile y
73'I F. P'laintitl hnin-r this daiy fileid his dec
3 lairation in myi olie, aind thte lDefendant
hinning no wife iir 'Attoriney kotlwn to be within
the Staite, tupmu wh iom at copy 'oul lie served,
with a rule to plead ( Oinition, ordered tha~t
the D)efendanit dlo pilend to the sauid dleclarationi
within a year and a damy friom this date, or finalh
anid absolute jtndgtmenit will be awarded agatinst
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON. c. c. r.
Clerk's 01lice, 1
Mlay 9, 1A-ht. % ii ' -r $7 :10 aqe 15
State of South ('aPolina.
lN THlE CO.M30N PLEAS.
WVilliamn Dail. vs .littnement
Willinu Salter. A~ssungjsit.
lIE Plaintiff haiviing this dlay filad his de
ertion in the above taitedl ease, tand
hninig no witi, or autorney knownt to be withi
in this State, 1)pon1 wtheii a cop~y of thme said
declaration) w ith a rls to plead enn he served.
It is orde:red that the snuid D efend~ant do appeatr
auni ple-ad to the stdd dleclarautioni. within a nenr
-md a dar. fromn the pubmliic::tini liereotfi. friinal
awil absolute judgenzt wtill 114 nnrdled nynaits,.
him. U 1-0- POPE. c. c. p.
Wrn%.80 e 'a n 7 50 ao- 9