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Fromthe Neto lIaren Register.
"WHEN THIS OLD HAT WAS NEW."
When this old hat was new, the people use to
The Federalists no better were than Tories in
their day ;
But now they take the name of "WHIG"a
title most un! rue,
And one at whinii they loudly scoffed, when
this oli hat was new.
When this old hat was new, Bill Harrison was
The eneuty of every moan who labored for his
And if the people of Ohio have kept their re
He'd sell white imten for debt and cost, when
this old hat was new
When this old hat was new, Dan Webster was
Dest fitted in the old Bay State, to lead the
Who br.attht thie British to our coast by lights
that flared hile.
And wonld nave sold us to a Kin.g, whent this
old hat vas new.
When this old hat was new, of Harrison'tis
To figure well among the Feds, he %%ore the
Deny *-his. Whii-lies, ifyou please, but every
word i; true
John taitdolph kiew your hero we'l, when
this ol hat was nev.
When this old hat was new, Clay lashed these
Feds jtst right
And pruv'd that to their country, they were
ienmies il tigiht,
But now. irotn disappointed hopes, ie fawns on
that vile crew,
A.d eat. the ertimbs-lhe wonkil'not once
n in n this old hat was new!
W!ien this old hat was new, 'twas in this steady
In Irz-eum's darkest hour, ca me dark treason'.,
o Qrs il council. at tle time when Fedalisin
Made If artfiwl look indigo, when this old hat
When this old lint was new, the Federalist did
Twas wrong to cheer. when yankee arns
knocked d-wni John Bull's array!
That ". adison would a gallows grace, if e'er
he got his due !"
Such were vour -Democratic Whigs," when
this old hat was new.
When this old hatwas new, old Governor Pro
The States invaded, at the head of a numerous
But in the middle of the fight, whut'did old
North Bend do?
Lay down his sword, and safety seek, when this
old hat was new I
When thia old hat was new. Van Buren was
That cheered with voice and pen the soul ofr'
freedom's gallant bunid
And Johanson's sword, at bloody Thames, did
our invaders strew.
And leave to fat the land they soih'd, wh'len this
old hat jwas new.
And now, whlen this old hat is~old, these Feds
corne ont and tr'v
To make us think theygare the~ chaps to guard
our liberty !
Their patriotismt, like their logs, their rumn, their
ci' er tto,
Is "made to sell," as razors were, .when this
old hat was tnew.
Come then huzza for M~at anid Dick! the bout
est and trtte
.And give yout unhotughit votes to those who've,
alw ays soinob! liou !
And then six hearty cheers we'll give-just as
we utsed to tdo,
When first wve heard of Proctor's fall, whein
this old hat w~as tnew.
It is not like comutnen friendship; which,
often formed for interest, will decline
when that intereet expsires; which, ofteni
springing from the caprice, is mnutablle ats
the source from which it sprungt~; wihic'h
comes in prosperity, but cannota statnd the
storms of misfortune, still less ofi disgrace.
When the heart wigthin is dtesolate: whten
adversity has swept over us, sand life is
stript bare of every chartt; above aill when
calumny, which "walketh in dlarknes,"
has shed its deadly bilight ont the reputa
tion': when oli dropi awtVy fro t o*s'rieketi
spirit, and he io. ou r ll .omupantien, our
guide," our "own fatmiliar lriendtt," with
whom "we took sweet counsel together,"
.-when he too "paseed by ont the Ether
side,' and searcely dares, amsid the coltd
scoff, and the rude clamor, and the "al
tered eye of hard unkin-dness," to give
veut to the brief cry, "utas! my hrothter!"
--who then remains, still "faiuhful among
the faithbless." still readly to enter wvith real
sympathy into' all tour griefs, to fetch out
every extenuattine circumnstanics in otur
errors, to diwell upon ev'ery redeemiiing
feature in chairter, to straini after every
streak of hope in outr obsacuredl pro'pees?
It is the same fruom which 1'ung oxer the
cradle of infancy. atnd set by the bedl of
languor; which rejoicted whens we rejoiced,
and wept whent we wepr. "Cant a Wo)
man forget" hter o~wn chtiltd, tiha site shtouldh
not have comptassion ott the son of her
wotmh? All others ont earth may forsake
thee, but the parent will not forsatke thee.
Such is parental atffeetion, which "lov.
eth at all tmes"--int grief, in misfortunes.
in poverty, in sickness, in neglect, in dis.
grae' itself. It is thterefore no subject of
surprise. if the Multsine lawv, which, like
the primitive codtes of Greece and Romte,
bgdu tmade nto provision against a crime so
uaonstrous end increditable as parricide,
ex~ended its se-vert-s: penalties t thte ler
p., butil mo.s. .palm.,. tanne ofr fia
disobeditence. It deemed that he who
--ould shut out from his breast the most
powerful instirct of nature, would never
cee the obligation of minor laws-that he
w ho could requite with ingratitude the on
.dterable tendeiness of a parent, would
never estimate any blessing which the al
iotments of civil society could confer. fie
was excluded from a system of which an
interchange of kindly acts is the predomi
nantt element, as incapable of understand
ing the nature of its duties and the value
of it. privileges, "liis lamp," saith the
S-riper, "shall he pit out in obscure
larkness. But a peculiar blessing. even
length of days in the land of. promise, re
served for him whlo should --htnor" his
ptarents. And the meaning of that honor;
which is ntu cold, formal respect merely,
but a warn and active sympathy, which
anticipates every wish and interprets every
% ant-is beautifully illustraied by the son
Sirach, when lie directs the oljec-t of his
instruction "to help" -his father in his
age," and not "to grieve him as long as he
liveth," and ''if his nuderstatding fail,"
--if have patience with hit," and not "to
dikiso lhim-" for, it is aifectingly added,
"the relieving of thy father sla!l not he
forgoten;" -.in the day of thiiie affliction
it shall be remembered." It is tbus that
is fulfilled that b-aelicent design of Divine
Providence, which it is itpossble to trace
without sensation of exqusite -)lighv; hy
which, in a perpetual circle of tender olli
ces, the vigor of the age is made subiser
vient to the helplessness of another-the
father in manhood to the son in infancy;
and, again, the son in anature years to the
father in declitig days.-Rev. Profissur
Tho primtitive earths are four; clav,
sand. limc, and n:gnesia.
Clay is called by geologisis. alumnia,
alumiine, or argilaceous earth.
S:aud is called rilex, silicious earth, earth
Lime, as it exists in the soil, is common
ly called calcareous earth. The term cal
careous is not properly applied to any soil,
unless it will effervesce with acids.
Each of these earths, ansta er a deter
minate and specific purpose in the econo
my and growth of plants; and the perfec
tion of soil lies in a mixturo of the whole.
Vegetable matter. All vegetable sub
stances in a decaying or rotten state.
Animal matter. All animnal substances
in a pntrifying state.
Organic natter. A terrm applicable to
both animal and vegetable substances in a
Vegetable mould. The eartibly remainus
of %egetable substances which have cither
grown and decayed on the soil, or have
been conveyed thither in the pirogress of
Loam is a combination of vegetable
mould with the primitive earths.
Marl is a substance consisting of litme
with a small portion of ciay, and .nome
titnes of peat, with marine sand and ani
mal remains. It is useful as iannre, anti
is distinguished by shell, clay and stone
Turkish Preach, r.-One.day Nasir-ed
din ascended the pulpit of the MAosue. d111 I
thus addressed the congregation :--O ruv I
believers! do you know what I nan goiuga
to say to you ? *No,' responded the con
gregation. 'Well, then.' replied he, there's
no use of my wa-ting time ott such ani a,
norant set;' so saying, lie came down
fron the pulpit. lIe went to prcach a s
second time. and acked the congregation,.
'O, true believers ; do vou know what I amta
going to say to you '--We know,' repliedl
the audiettce. -Thean theare is no tise in myd
tellinag Sona,' said N a-ir-ed-dimn, aurd agatin
lie descende'd from tie ptulpit. Whlen) nttL
he camte to pareach, atnd asked his ustial
question, the conagregattin, resolved tees
havae a ariatl ofhis poawer's. answeretd. -Some
of us know. anad somre of tus do not know.' di
*Oha!' said Nasir-ed-dlin, 'let thuse who '
know tell Ihose wht do not ktiow, and I ~
shtall lhe sp~aretd the trubh)le oh preachiuL'.'- __
S.. sayitng. he cenme' dowt l'rom he pulpait. e
Turkish Sect Book.
A Fine state of Society.-An alligator
entered a contfectioner's shop in G3alves/
ton: the weather. beittg tunc'ommnoly sultry,.
probJaly suiggested the idea tof an ice'- 1
ereamti. llavitng helped himself to half a
dozent oratnges, several jtttmbles andi otheri
kniek knacks, anrd sho~winag no disposition
lto pay the dlamages, the young lady who
stood behIind te counter called fur as..ist.c
anace. His tinusual caacity of jaw, how
ever, enabled himi to disporse of' thae stolen
articles seentrely behbre assistance arrived.'
The scaly fellow was ciaptaredl son after,
atnd was treatted rathIer mtore hanrshly thant
tmay fellows are whoi declined paying for<
what they o'atamed. Previom-ly to his
entering the shop he had seized and deC
vouiretd a fat pig ini the street. His visit toi
the confectioner's was per'haps ini search
of taldessert; and he got his deserts sure
C'myCIDENCE BETwEEN THlE PULsA
TIOY OF THEC nUMAN BCoDY A.VD TnEi
ntoURt OF TtiE DAY.-Tlhe fnlkswittg is froam
the London Sun.. Yotu will oblige a con.*
stant reader, andl otne who has mtade the
experimnent, by givinig it place in your pa
Seiat yourselfart a table, havintg placed
yottr elbow Onl the cable, attach a piece oif
metal (say a shilling) to a thread, holdl the
threadl betweena the points of the thumtb
antd firtt'tinger, aand allow thle %lhillintg to
hang in the cetntre of t glass; tumbler the
paulse will iammediately cause the shillinig
to vibrate like a pendium,. and the vihratin
wtdliincreitse ntutil thme shilling strike teside
of'the glass; and 5Ouppose cte time' of the
explerinment he that houmr amt whichl I am
writing, betweetn half past aix and hall
past sevetn o'clock. it will so strike the glass
seven timtes, amid having (lone so, lose it<
tiomentutm and retutrn to centre.
Ifyou hold it a suiI~eient length of ime
the experiamet will lhe repeated. butt nto
until a sutlicient space has elapsed to con
vince you it is most cotmplete. I need ntm
say the theard must he held with at steady'
hatnd, otherwise te vibrating motion will
At what ever hoturof the day or night
the experimtent be tmade, the coineidence
will be found to lbe thP samte,
na everss 6,ratfr., (r, pst. fa.....
-tute of South CUarolina.
Williamn 11. Yeldell' Billfur
and wife, vs Parvsion.
Margaret J. Shible), and others.
N OTICE is hereby given that by virtue of
an order f'rom the Court oi Chancery,
i sail offer for sale to the highest bidder, at
Edgefield Court Ilome on taeo first Monday in
Uctmber next, tlie real estate of James sa::bley,
leceased. consistinis of two tracts of lan as
rollows: One traci. called and known as the
Shiinburg Traci lying in Cuiletown cieek in
the District of Edgetield. containing five hun
lhed und thirty-four acres, inure or less, adjoin
i lands of Be. erly unrions, other land of thw
.id James Shibley, lands of the estate of.lacob
Lasseter. Burrell E. Ilbbs, the estate ofJanes
E. Dawson, Leroy 11 Mundy. and A. T Tray
or; and ou:e other tract lying in the Distric
ifbresaid containing iree hundred and sixty
itcres, more or less, adjoi.ing the Shiotburg
tract. lawd& ofJacib SIibiliy, the estate of Jacob
Lassster, amid A. 'r. Tray:or Said tracts of
md to be sold separately. on a credit of One.
va, anid three 3 ars, except for so umch inn:
y as %%ill pay the cost:, which most be plid in
: sh. Purchasers to give Bonds and personal
en;ity. niad a motgage of the premises to so
':re the ptichase monlev.
j TER lRY, C. EC. E. D.
Edg/idd, Sept. S, V-40. 85 75 ( 2
1tatto of So1i1 , "1slalla.
Is E UTY.
Samuel Williams. r., Bill for
and others, vs Partition.
John C. Davett. and wife. )
OTICE is hereby given, that by virtue of
,.L u o~rdir fi-om the Ciurt of Chancery, I
diall lfer irsale t o the ighesttbidder at Fd1e
rield Court , tu e firs .lniny in c
tober next, tle real estate of Saouel W 1h11amis,
Jeceased. cunsisting of tie two fodowing trac:s
)flamndl. viz: One triit on wi:ica the deceased
resided, lying in Ed-efield Diint, on 'ood%'s
C eek. waters of ilorn. Creel. &c.. contain
ig one thlouaid (1000) ncres more or less. and
tdjoining lands of \Vi. If. Moss, John M5undy.
Henry Waldrina Benj. Addison, and Aina
lones: the other tract co ntaining three iundred
ujsd thirty-six (336) acres more #-r less. lying ill
he District aloresaid. and adjoining lands of
lolin Mundy, James F. Adams, Hlemy Val
irnum and baniel Prescott. Said tracts to be
sold separately. (m a credit of one and two
rears. excipt Iur so um:h mionev as may h:
ecessary to pay costs, which m:nnst be paid ill
asl. The pnrehamsers to give lloils and pI r
o4nal security, aid a moirtgage of the prettes
ii secure the purchase monev.
J. TEICI0Y, C. E. E. D.
fdgidd, &pi.S, 140. $5 7- d 32
State of South airolina.
ABBEVILLE DIS FR[CT.
LV EQL'tTY1 .
John Wilson: Adm:'r of
ng h it ilsoni, vs Jennuet Bill for Ide:
Wilson. William Wilson, ."'j .
and others. Injuncion.
URUANT to the order of Chiancello.
Dinkin. made- in this case, aill the credii.
rs of 11gh %% ilson, at the time of his dh-ath.
rHlose ilemluands shall not have been fully ana
riperly paid by his administrator. are hiereb'
otified to presen: and prove the.ir temands be
)re tne on or heiire the first day of Januar
ext, A. 1). 1-41: and the creditors of the snim
I.gh Wilsin, decentsed, :are hereby notified.
iat the Decree of Chancellor Daiin rfer.
mit the Commisionier cause two months ni.
ce to be ins-ried in such publie pap.: or pa
ers hw ie may deem proper for all tie credit
rs of the said Ilh 1:ilso to present aid
rove their denids bifiorie the Commnissionei,
ni, that such of the creditors as shall not pre.
-ni and prove their demnands on or betb: i
eremp.ry day l. e fixed y the Co.nnis
,in:er shall lbe excludcd from tihe benefit of thi'
It is fuinther orderied that u:pon: notice of:tn
"cree being given to an~y of the cre'ditors ofi
Insgh W ilsoui, snteh creditors shall bi enjoinieu
ilm commnacemen:t :ir further piriisiein ol
nyv suit at law again:st th~e adm:inistrator afore
It is further oridered th~at the admtinistratoer
o acconuzt biel.re the Comnmis:-ione, conecern-.
ig the. e-ta:te ofi his initestate; and that the
'ommeissionler dlo report the de~nmnd< again-t
ie estate iif lIn(gh Wilson, which :Imyi be prov
1. arrangesd in oerde: of legal priority : and thei
: anice ina the handses of thme adm:iniiislrator, art.-r
Ihiwinig all presr pni tnents and expenses.
Ui-N.i 1'. MA : T1N. C. i.. A D.
('onmm'r's Gffcc. S $2 75
auable Land ad Stonec Ware
MAN UFACTORY FOR SALE.
TiliE Sutbscribe-r offers for sale itt public
...ontcrv. on Tlhursday the 15th: of Oito
er iiext, ii not previounsly sold, the I'laitaition
ii which lie now riesides, abnom: eighteena miles
hove E&lgefid C. ilIouse. usnad on:e an:d a half
iles south west of Mr WVilliams' Steama Saw
Also, his Stone tearc !.ianufactory, wvith an
scelleet Faiunai, and every thiing neecessa:ry
'ica: r) (on thei Stsone wars business, a!l in goodu
rder Also. three or four Negroes, one road
Vagos, one: Baremneh, onie .ilie. onue Ox-cart
.:d Steers. anad $tock oif aill kindes.snehl uisi lie 5.
uiCheep andi Cattle. Also, lhinschold anmd
T1erms- \ll stams tunder S. ensh: nudelr $20.
mn a credit unt:il the 2-5th D~ecembheit p.4) ; and
Il stums :iver $20 on a credit of 12 m~ioths.
Aug 2.9, 1840 f 31
A Valnable Plantlation
T H E Sutbscriber oflers is vain~able planta
tiona for salie, situated on th~e road Iceadinig
rom: the Ist'and Fosrd on Sa:luda River. to
H-ambutrg anid intgtsta,. three miles east f'rom
anubridg~e, in Edgefield District, ro..tniiining
ive huns:dred acres, two hndred iof w~hich :s
reshi cleared. Trhiri is two hundaired acres
ilg ill the woo~ds and is well timbered. Thie
ihove land is undi~er a first ra'e fen:ce. anid is
wvell ada:.ted to the growvth of cuitoin and:: raisi.
ha th~e platntationl is iani excellentt IDw'ellinig
Hoss. Barmn asid Stables, iaid iall necessasry
u:tbsuildinars. Thse spring attached to th~e
P:anta:tion' cannoit be. stirpassed by numy in the
tup contrv. its waters are of ths ptmest kind,
very cold 'and~ headlhy. Thie sittuationi is ais
hmtealhy as tany in tile tup country . Thse mmiilh
borhood ister's the best range for stuck of all
kindis the state ualfords. Thme above l'lanta
hot: sffers tis inmn inducemnts to pu:rchassrs
'is amny in thes country. Those whlo wish to
purinse will don well to call and iexamnmme for
Iihemselves. Tirms will be liber:0l and nac
ommuodiutinmg. For hitreher pamrticenlars aipply
to the suibscriber living ontthei, 1'ilantanon.
TIJOS. .1. COLEMAN.
Astgutstt 28, 100e 31
20. E & JCB PRINTING
OFL~ Every description executed with
ntetn~ess nmnd despatch, at thc Ollice
af the DEFIELD ADVER1TISERt.
Election : esolves.
FOA OUT(B ELL. 1d4U.
So much as relatcs tu Edgefidd.
IS TuE lousz or REPRrstE:NTATIVKS,
Deccn'bcr :20, 139.
T LE Coimittec on Privileges and Elec
tions. its whom it wa- ref'rie'd. to dr.ctt
resolutitns.and appoint .\Ianagers uf laetis.
(or I, e next genteral elec:ion, ieport tiuo lot
Resolced. '1hat the Electiiii to he held on
the secund Monday Ic Octiber next and the
day foilwing, for Senatoe and imembers of' th
Illouse of Represenltatives. shaill be holden at
the t'ollnwiig places, aud conducted by the 1ul
At Louire's-L. II. .\unidv. A. T. Trav.
for, anid .V. B. Brannon. 41 Collir'-J.
iiammond. '. G.rrett, nd V. F. Elain. At
Clood's-.J. P. .aiys, V. S. Hloward. and W.
Day. At Pine ltousc-W. Gailinaii, U. Bet
tis, and I.. Jatcher. Alt Christic's-\. Kig,
James Drin, and L Buriett. At Dunton's
R. P. ironson. J. Ili:. and IJ. : At:o.e. :1t
ihrppard's-J. Bolles, L. G. 1Io'owv. and S.
Stephtecs. At eiddge-31. Watsntt, L. i1omiies,
and Wilson Co!tmai. At .11ccting Strect-S
Nichookon. Jr.. ). Strother, aid Win. Dean.
At lamburg-R. Aidersoti, 11. F. Goiedy, and
1. Smcithi. It Mount IWillinag-A. 3hinick, L.
Wilson. and i. Etiridge. At Court Ilous.
W. J. Siikini. IR. Anilersen. and G. .l ims.
At Richardson's-J. Richardsmn. J. Neal antid L.
Bland. At Colemun's-ll. Boulware. G. 'ar
borongh. aid U. P. Abney. At Park's-L.
I armon, A Kilcrease. and II. Freeinmii. At
Pcrry's-D. ainny, 31. F. Pope. and A. Nich
olsoi. At Coathrn's-R. Maarini. C. loore.
and Pliotmas Lake. AL Musely's-W. C. Hall.
J. 13. Johnson. and S, Dcen. At Allci's-A
P. Kenard, S. 31athliew., and A. Turner. At
Puares-C. Powei, D. G Walker. ncd J.
Hightower. .J Long's-A. Jones, R. Wink
night, and .\1. Long. A! eill's- J. Miller,
11. Ardis, and James Bowers.
'he 3lai.igiers to hold th- election two days
at wth pi 1m: nI 'X. d:*.i-s av '-.i
iingatift- ('. 11I. coni: I fht vo.es, gi:A at-, j::: e1.h!
eleciin: six toprese tatives t) be eh-'te! , mnd
oite Tax Collector. antd one ine::h-r to Con
!rcss, from the Comtre'is onal Di,:r~c: of Edfe
tied, and Abbeville.
Resulrced, That the 3lanagersof Elections,
prior to their proceeding to the electiois. do
take th fllcwinig oatih or aflirmation, before
somie lagistrate. or one ofl the Macnage s o'
lections. 10 wit: "That they will tibitilly aid
impartially carry icito execution the loregoimig
e'lecti-)Ie9, ngreeably to the Constitutioi of the
State o'Sotith Carolina."
Rcsofred, That in furture, no person qcalilfed
tit vote ier members f eacl brancl of tie Le
.islattire, shall be permitt.-d to vote in tiore
:biia one Election )istric:. or I'ari.ht; a:el the
31.ingers of' EllectioInc, ther11ucghoe1cut t.: *t:*Ne.
are hereby required and direc;ed. ifthey tchink
proeper, or on the applicationi of' any ei'etor
preseit, to nilintister III airy person or in-rson
-ti.eriing to vote, the rollowing oatl.: "I .. B.,
,ti4 soleitnly swear, orallirm, (as the case imiy
he.)that I have nit. at this general eh-etion
for weinbets of the Legislutare. voted iin
this or any other Dist-rict or Parish, and
that I am'n Ceonsiitctitially eiualified to vtcte
SItelp ie God " Aid ieany person or per
:is. regnired as aforesaid to take said oath
er allimaiionshall reinse so to do. then the
4lanagers. re:pectively. in their respicective
iistrict' or P-rielwv,. ihcall le, acd they are here.
o y required and enjoietd, to refuise such vote
er votes; a:d in cLse the Matingers, shall re
ise to reqiire the oath afoiri'seimd, when deiani
ded, they shall be liabe to all the pains and peni
alties they would be liable ant :uliject to, lor
neeglectincg any% other dities regencired ol' theimi,
:s Maaage'rs of Elections for either bratich of
Resu/ced. That the act alteriig the f'ir sec.
tionis ofthe Constituction tof the State oft 6'1.ntcc
Csroliiu. be ierewith picldislied, 14) n it: 'Eve.
ry free white ian, of the age of twenty-eine
ye'ars, (pitpers. and non citiii:sioned illi.
- ers and privates, oh the ariy of' the Ueited
States, excepted.) being a citizen ol' the State,
and having resided heireic two years, pIre% ions
to the day of electinte. and who has a free
Iotd of ilry ae'ces ol cand, otn a town lot, ee
which lie lhas been Iegnlly eize'd acid po...sessedh,
ut le'ast six mioniths bcef'ore 'ne'h electioc:; ecr. noc
tiaving any cuchi fre'ihold ont toiwnc lot, hcatht
beeni resien't itt thte Electin District mn whcichc
lie otfers t) give his vote, before the , leecioni.
'ix mcocnthn: lie shail have a tight lee v~oht for :c
miembter or mtemibecrs, tee serve in eithcer braichl
it' the Legisltire, fer the Electioni Distric't inc
whii'ch lie hl- such perope'rty or res'idene.
Recso~l ed. That the tweo year's resicdenice iie
gnired by the cnstictutioni icn a voter, ire ticc
two years immuiediatcly previoues to the eh-ecticii:
hnci it'any pecrson has his homcie in the Stite. le'
djoes ncoc los:' the ricdht eof r'esidencce Iby tempotfrn-.
ry absen. e. wvith she init'ctieon f retcrcninur; cic
i'lhe hacs his homtie in the Electiocc District. his
righit to vole is noet imtpaired by ac tempclorary alh
scence, ith the icctenttionc ofl retutrning: bcur cf
cene hias hcis homne ancd f'amiily in anothcier Staete,
tihe presentce of'-ch'l personc. althoughc cotii-e
ned for two yeaers, gives nco right 1o vote.
Resocd, That the I Inise dlo care to the re
port. Ordered, that it be sent to theO Senate for
Bly order, TP. WV. G LOVER, C. H hR.
IN TliIE SENATE
Resxolred. That the Sentate -li cecn.-cr ini the
reporctt Ordered. thtat it bc retutrned tic thce
lIoncese f R'ere'se'mativ'es.
By ordler. W.\l. E. MA RTIN, C. S.
%eptembcte~r 3 e 31
IN E QUITY.
Charlces Cosncahanc~, ati eed olheis. B ill for
vs 'ITcoma~s (ieCotnhacn ail
Lcy \h csle'y. Dislr.b:ian.
T I is order d thcat thec Defend: Th'Ios Cos
nahancc, whoe ic sacid to lee absieit ai-d freum
withcomt the limcits eel this Sta:c , do plendl. an.c
swler, or demcur. tce the siill of'lc th ielmplainants
in this -ase. withini three moethls free lithe pnh-e
tication eel thcis crder, or thce bill will lee taken
A. P. AUL)RTCeH. C. & R. E. B. D.
Jutly 29. 140. ac 27
T HIE Sinbscrie'r is ceow receivicng from
New York l'cecrteenc cases oft
NFIIV DRY GOODS.
comnprcsing ac eeracl Asseorte'nt sniiabkle'fr
the seasioit, which wiill be~ iil li'w fer Cashel.
l-ormcetr cuistometlrs and thce publiic gencerally are
incvited toc calli on
JiIIN 0. B. FORD.
Hamicbuirg. S C, Ancg 5, 1840
Nankin and l'ihirtinags.
CaeGericickin, (cie 'do blenchle'd
Shrtng Aso Brmcen llliand. Brocccn
Linen. Linen Drilling Grass Linen, Mr'tiran
and York Mittures. Alsic, a varieti fit Coloiredu
Ciottoin Godis, for se'rvant'e wvear. Noii open
inig at the store otf
JOHN 0. D. FORD.
Hfamcburg, Aecg I8. 1840 tf '28
Plain and Figured floods,
ALS'0 Devano Stnw. Braid Cotncuer, Flor
.t.ence tii,anidFrenich l n liuclcie nIeceets,
juse rec'eivedhby JOHN 0. 13. FORD.
unmhbuig. Ang 17, 1840
Receivtag ' Forwarding
B USI N E S S:r
HIA UE UG, i. C.
T 11E Subscriber respectfully takes leave
to renew to his ctnstomeis. his sincere
ackniowledgmeits for the eztesimove patroonage
hitherito bestowed on him; awd wousold beg too as
sutie them of n continuatcie of that strict attut
tion to their interests. whi i. fremts a largely in.
creased hisiness, lie flaters himseIf has hcen
lie delis it unn1teCCssary to dilate. to MsER.
CHt MTS, onI the evident sot peritority of lois e laims
toi u:ir paitromne as a RIECEIVINU : ND
I OlI1':.A IDING AOENT:-is longf erperience
in that department; rirorous obserrance of in.
structions. and te raes of linnling; hi, entire
.ittetitiot bei.. g emtu icted to a Commi-sion fn.
sincss a:ono;.ad the isolated ant e/errted posi.
tion ol iis warehouse, thus lesseniing- the risk.
f'room fire atid inntnio;.?; are circimistaneCs,
which. tcith all due dtfnoacc, entitle hin to a
To PLAt.A RnS he wotuld again tender hiis ser.
vices in the sale of their corTos ant1d tither rn.
Duci:: to 'his dletotitnot he( approptintes Lis
personal atentiono, atd fromot his porur:iei lknowl.
edge of this business, he feels smnred hoe will
promote thp initetests oltiose' who may consig n
to him. J. F. Bl'NSUN.
H1ainhrg. S. C. Joty 1-5. ISR0 r 30
V J R E -l!O USE.
I invads4 !i TliuSnintSS.
r~ q .i'. --.r .4 e .- Ouch .:r.oitled tot he
is0. o..ce m.o re ..h: -to olr his5 ser' ices to
lois Iriend s anid old en oot..mters. an toohet' pubIic~
e i ie ll'a.Illonrse awd C01oummisvoin
Business Ie 1c1e trs himself that tIow eiiile
locatiol 0lhis Ware-House. and its tomo:parative
inununitity fi:Om the ri'k of fire and flood, will
pwrure him it liberal patronage.
lie has rebuilt the ll'arc-liouse formerly
known as Arlumd s & If'lker's, andu( is fillinog lop
one wino ol' it ohove the ighiest water-marlk of
the late freshet. 'or the outrpcose ol storinqg thore
I it the Cotton of llanters and Country Merchants.
This site is at least two icet higher thant aooy
other ware-houuse in town; atod sloe divisioln
that hasleen elevated will store from 1600 to
lie will s11 Co:t''on. nnd'i atten.f on souc(h buosi
ne.s as is usoally tr..osaoted by Ctommission
3lerchaos,. at as low a rate as others eongaged
inl tthe :aeit calling.
In am 11oiliing his servi--s to ii.., friends
as.d the public. the subscriber canomt refrain
from acknowledgitng the liberal patronagot hoe
onve received froin them; and hopes by his at
tettion to Iuosintss that it will he renewed, and
it will be tlandkfullY reoeived.
louriltrg, Augiu.t 8, 1-41 tIf* 28
The 3lessenLger at Ashville. N. C., and
Moiutianeoe at teenoville. les.'enuer at Peln
olleiooan 0(11A ldvertis -r, at hi.delleid. will insert
the aboive six montis, and senod their bill-. too
1 Case domnast;c niod Seotei Giinah:nin Um.
lrellas also Ladies' Silk Umbrellas und
It mditioni to hoe ahove. and jtust received.
iew ioglish and American Priotos. lavillian
.3anze. Lotmld Nett. Iandana. Sotatfiehl, dui
Piogo'e laindkerchiefs, Fanev do. Bed Quilts.
Eligolish and Aoericano Long (lotihs. Velvet
ijibbionos, Spooml Thriad Patent do. Ve-siigs.
Stuspenodoers. GIloves Quilt Back. Comunen
Shlt. small plain. white hot so. Twi.'t. Victorii
im, a'hino. Comon and French Dressing,
Fine Ivory and Negro Combs. & c. &c.
JO N O . 1B. FOR D
Hlampinrg. Atng 18. 1s40 if 29
Phoenix Stone Ware F'actor'y.
T'O MIERCIldIXTS AND TilE PC'BLIC
- Whe tnhoecotbers havting beeo'n eingnied ion
Ithse moaannifh.-tourinog otf Stonte Waro~e at0
l'oter.vihle, iti i'etio lod. S. C. foor mooanty v'enrs
oi tolfromt lotng e'xperientce, andto fhoimr owntors
'' thaut estahbiiso tenit. have locast'edi tho'noelve:..
to doe Phlowoix auctoory. Shoows Coicek. twilve
oiles f'rootn 1'dge'tield 'C. IIl use ott thoe toaijo
:onid -eadiuig tromt Newheorry. Unoiont. aond the
olopper Distriets to Aiken,. ior the puirp~ose ool
ioanntf~o tuorinog stonte Waore oil al its vaor ion
ranocheos. Th'ley have ;oroenred ote best tof
~vrkmlien anod tre c'ostistly itwtkin su sp, tonid
yve a large stoe'k oon hanod. hei atssortuom-m
s thte imost rumpleoiote ever befbr' offe'rod for sah-o
it this ioaorket. to whoichl thecy woolod caol lie t
tintion oft Driuggist<, .31 rebanots antd Planoters.
mod all thtose wiho iih to putrchatse anot thing
it thecir line Aontg thie mtany nri'--s o;
which their stock iu comoposed, aore the follow
ars ttf all sizes froma . gallon to 240 otallons.
Igs of'all sizes do. j do. 20t do.
'honros .oo a size's 2 do. 5 o.
Bowls or panos of aoll sizes, fromt 4 do., to; (1d0.
hnutor P'ots of all sizes from .) do. to 3 do. with
Pithlers oolall sizes fromn d o. to 3 doi.
Anod leds netatly matde for jars and churns if
Sew Pots of variotus sizes. & c.&c.
A! l oe oveno is infheriotr to toone made
in the Unoited Statoes. Ordeirs atddresseod to 0u0
ut 1.dgeli lhi ('ont IHonose.S. C. will ho' prot-t
ly uito'ndeo.d to, aond deliveored to the .lerchant's
door, anyo dlista'o'e toonder onejo huntd ied anod fil't
mies. (i'harlestont ioetr.'bantts canE ha~ve thoeir
wnore delii ored ut to. deolmot.isi Aikent.nst 124
cetnts per' gallono. T1hoe Pric. at te lactory' is
.i24 t'ents per yalloo.
M1ATIHIS & [RHODF.S.
A pril 1, 1840 tf 9)
Theo Chatrleston Conr. will publisn :t times,
wekly, antd forward accout to this Ollice.
I AlilmhViLLE DISTItCT1.
IN TlihlE COMIMON PLI-:AS.
INathtanith J Daovis. )
A dminoistroo~ir ofJo-epht Att4achmti,
Daivis, deceaosed, ilssumptsit.
pE II1- hillainotifl' havinig thois day' filed his dec
R lartationi itn my .1lice, sand 'he )efieindato
haoving too wif'e or Attorney kntowtn to boe wiith-.
in the $taoto nrooi'onoom a1 cOpy wiitht a ro-e
to pioead, coid bie served. Ott motioto, I Irder
ed thoat thoe r'oetndantt do leadOt to the said de'
eirt'ationt withiini a yeaur atnd a doty or fitalt anod
absolute jn-igmen~t wi'Illie aoward'ed~o atgamst imo.
Clerk's ()fice. $.f (02
('1liILDE ELDiNS' Polgrimntooe tn
/ uTs, a P'.>emt. As a ooomriail of
Friendshmip atnd esteem, is inoscrihed to
Charles K. Juthnson, ity Giles (Chttitmatn.
Just ptublishe'd. and for sale at this O111ce.
State of South Carolina.
JN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
WV ILLIAM 11. ADAMS, who is inl the
custody of tlie Slierifflofthieis:iidDiwtrict.
by irtne fil* a writ tef caplas uitd .ati.1firicndunu
at the suit of Willam Cook, havig filed
his petItion,a id a schedule on oal 1. of his wholf,
Cst:ate, real and per.oi-al. with the purpose of
oitaitiing the h-ieelit oh the Act of the General
Assembo lV of this 'taie, cmmiuuinttly called the
"Ilnsolvent Delitor's Act."
PUI.tc NUTicx is hereby giv. n. that the pe.
titio.. of the snid Wn. II Adaonis wdl he heard
and 'onsidered in the Court ot* Coinnualh Pleas,
for h.dgeli-ld Di.-trct, il Edtefulih. C. House,
ont Vedniesday. the 21st d-i of October next, or
on some* Itl'beqluent day of the Term or said
Court. which will he diei sening: and all the
creditors I fthe said WIm. MI. Adams. are here.
by summoionel personally or ly attotney, then
-tiad there, in the said Court. to show cause, ir
they can. why the bienefit oi the Art aforesaid, -
should not bit granited to the said William 11.
Adaimis. upon his execilting the assi;tmint re.
quited by the Act aforesnid.
lrrk's qfren. GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
Jull., 140- n 25
IN Tiip; COMMON PLIEAS.
IN lY 11UFFMA., Sen., who is int the
custJly of the Sheriff oef the said District,
by virtte or writs of capius ad satisfciendum,.
to tie snit or Leii Collins and Lorrain Ged
dings.havini filed his petition. with a schedule
an oith. -f his wlml!e estate both real and per
sotnal, with the purpiose ofoblainit'g the bene
tit tofihe Act of the General Assehmbly of this
State, com:only called tI.e "Insolvent Debtor's
Punt.tc Nortcn is hereby given, that the pe
titioin of the said 1lenry U tlinan, setn., will he
heard and considered. in dlw Coor, ofC-inomon
Plens f''r 1-dg.-eid istici, ..n Wedoesday
;lew' 2ht day of I icioler iexi, or ott some sub
sequent dtay duiringz the Term of aid Court,
which will thei he in session: and all the cred
iiors orthc said lieiry flufflnan. sen.,are here
by smuioned personally or by attorney, then
and there, in the said Coirt it shew cause,.if~
they can, why the beniefit of the Act aforesaid..
should not bei granted to the said leury Huff
ir.an. sen., upon his executing the assignment.
required by ile said Art.
GIEO. POPE, C. C. P.
July 21. :40. ac 2.5
State of S 1outh Carolina.
IN TIlE COMMON I LEAS.
Olt;l: W. TIOMAS who is iii tle cus
G .~ todv of the SheritY of the said District,
by virtue orcertaijn writs of capiasadsatisfaci
endust, at the suit of Lawrence & Beardsly,
lamsdell, Brown & Co.. Smithi & Ritthven,
S C. & S Lvnies, Warren Kitmibrell for tihe use
of Wiml. Batid, and Waldron. Thotnns & Co..
having filed his petition. wiih a schedule on oath,
!-f his whole estate, real and personal. with thie
purpose of obtainiliiir the heniefit of the Act or
the Gieneral AssseabiIly of this State, commonly
celdcil the! '-iso!dv.ent ltehtor's Act."
P'UBi.lc NoTicE is hereby given that the pe
titimn of tiwe ,oaid Ge'org#et W. Thomnis. will be
hoard ;ncd coisidered in the Court of Common
Pleas, for Edgehield Dis;rict. at Edgefield Court
i1ouse, on Wedtnesday the 21st day of October
next. or on somie sbsequ ent day of the Termx
ifrsaid roirt. which will lie tel setting: and
-ll the creditors of the said fieorge IV. Thomnas
are her.-by saimonetnid personmally or icy attor
inay. then atind thiere. in the said Court. itoshew
,ase. if they ein. why the benefit or the Act a
tore'snid. should not be granted to the said G.
W. Thotis. npon his exeuting the assign.
ment retinired by the Act afore-aid.
GEO. POPE, C. C. P.
rlerk s offee.
July 21 . 1-4). ac 25
S DGelWIEl.D DISTRICT.
IN THIE (C(.lsl0N PLEAS.
jBNI'.11 BUSH NELL., who is in thie custo
I dvy oh th~e ."lheriff of~ the said District, by
vir.nie cii a n rut oh capins aid satisfaciemumn. at
uhe smit of Buieer,. Jchnitonn & Co havinig filed
oi p ieitioe. weith ascelidce c ni oath. o'hhis whole
's~itte real and pearsoiti, wi:h the pnrpd'oet oo
minin;: cte benielit cof the Act of the Genera1
asscembily of this .State. cotimoanly called the
--iscilve'ntt lieho:r's .Art."
'uai.ic \i-rtcr. is hierebhy giveit, that the pe
tition oft the snail \hnier Bush nell wVil bIhe heard
aund conisiderecd, ini the (Couri of Co 'mon Pleas
for leigefieldh Disirict. on WVehiiesday the 21st
slay cii' t Ictober next, or on somne suibseqsnent
*n'y iihar ing the Tlermi ohf said Eiiirt, which will
then he in semsion: an td all the creditors cof thec
itmdc Abiner hinsliieb~, are hereby summoned
persnnhvY or by attitrntey. thm5. andi thesre. to
,b~ew en'isce,if themyrani.swhythie be'nefitof the Act
aforesaid. should inoi he gnrantech to the said Ah
ti'r linshmnsll, upn his e'xecuiting the assign
mntt requiired by the said 'ict
G1.O. POPF, C. C. P.
('lerk's Offec. ?
iJuly 21. 1-4th. ( ne 25
IN THdE COMlMO0N PLE.-S.
J.\MES 81 P'SON, who is in the cuisto
tdv oft the Sheriff of' Ahtheville District,
by) vi'rtue of inesne process, at the suit of'
Ceark. .le'iecr tA Co-, hanving tiled his Peti
tion, with n Schedule on siath oh his whole es
tite. rei atnd pe'rsoncal, w ith tile purpose oh ob
tainuing the beniefit of the Ge:,eeini Assc'-bly,
con-mtiotly cailed the' In-oh~etet D~ebto, 't Act."
l'usuc Ncwrcex is hceriey gir en. that the pie
titiont oh the satii .inaes Simipscon will bue heard
an' conisidered in the Cout t oh Continoni Plea.
ir Aheville District, at Ahhe-ville t'. House,
oti Wedntesdaiy, the fourteenith day oh tictober
next. or such other day) th'eenftel as thie Cour
lmay order durinig thel Term. commetencinig at
te'sid place on the secondi 3lonuda" mi Octo
her text: andc aill the creditoirs omf the said James
Simipson ate hereby stumotied pesrsonalhly,
or bv anortney. theni anid there in tihe said Coutrt
to shew cian:e, if thiey can, why the benefit of'
tie act aforesaid shionbi tiot lie grrunted toa the
said Jamies Simpjsont, upon his executing die
assigtnmentt required by the Act aforesaid.
JNO. F'. LIVINGSTON. c. c r.
April 22. I240. S14.50 ac 22
Tan-Yarhd & Shoe Shop opened.
O N the Ed-reishie iotnd ntear Alt Vitnage,
wher' good Cow hides will he btotghlt,
car tanined col shiares--onie half for the other
and hine Shoes, Boots.nsi Vegro Shoes$ will be
mndte ont as goodh tem. and oh matetis infe
rior to noneC ini the Staite.
Waucgon Harness made. and carriage~ H1ar
ness is ire it. Anty arntie'es made wil be.ecx
changed for good Ceiw hiides. Front appiiea
tiont tO hositinss, andti the best of Leather, the
sub~scr'hier hope's the public in genterael will pat
tioinize his new elleart to aineommodate this
District. andl will c'all and see his work and
judge for themitseIles
ju y MICl.L GF.AiRTY,
Near Mt. Vintage, S. C.
M-uch 23. 10Od 8