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PROSPECTUS O THE
New Genesee Farmer,
Edited by I. J. THOMAS. and M. B. BATEHAaI.
Assisted by DAVID Taoans and Others.
BATYa.H & CaosAtim Proprietors, Roches
ter, N. Y.
Volume 2d, for 1811, 16i pages Monthly, with
The Cheapest Agricultural Paper in the Union.
TEaxs-Only 50 cents a year, (in advance.)
Seven copies, for $3; twelves copies for
$5; twenty.tive copies for $10; to Post Mas
ters and other Agents, who send money tree ol
"The New Genesee Farmer," has passed
through the titst year of its puiblication witti
very tlaitering 5tnecess, notwitlistanding the op
posint infliences wiich it has fiad to enconn
ter; and while the publishers espress their
ratitude for the assistance anld snypott ifhey
ave thits far received. they would now wita
renewed conifience, appeal to the frieids of
Agriculttre for aid in behalf of the Second
Volume. The successfid re-establishment of
the GELNESLE FARAItill ini its own Nance
Soil. aid at i-s economical price. is a sonice of'
much grraitification to the friends of' improve.
ment in Western New Ysork; and the pub
lishers flatter lteimselves that their efforts are
not inappreciated, und will not long be unre
It is now fairly proved that the " New Gene
see Farmer" cal be snt-iined. at a reice which
places it withiin the reach sof all; and the retail
tation which it has ulreudy obtained 'jir ulenut
anid usefulness. wiii not suilfer by a comparison
with any paper of the kind in te Union. E-very
successive Naniber thalt has been issied. has
shown ia increase of talent and additinal cur
respondents. Besidos comainiig the imo-t
usetid and spirited articles selected from either
Aricnitural pube)ications, the New Geiesee
Farmer has re-ei edl unritu the past year ori
gial cn'ributions fr-ia iei thian SINt.NTY
WitIT-.m, me-t of whoin are well known
PR iCTICAL FIAltli.tS. Thiscirrespoi
dence w ill eoititute to illease, ai, with our
able editorial asistane, we c:ii contide tlv
assure the re-iders of the paper that it well co
tinne to increase in in-terest and tsefiness. in
proprtiion as it hee:mnns better known and
More generally ci:cef.ted.
The pirpilitottirs are deteriminad to sparc ne
reasonable pains or s Xeie iii making the
New Geiiesee Farier worthy of a liberal sti.
p irt. Several impijortaint i:uprovements will
e Itude inl ths iext Volaime aliong whielb
are the f'ollsowing :-ac nuniber will containi
items of fEiglis: and ither iews, particularly
relating to the crops and the markets; such as
may he ofservic-e to lariners in marketiig their
produce. The palper will be ol fine qiality
and with i landseitne engraved headmg.
(which is in a state of preparation.) the aptlear
ance of the sheet will be utch improved. Tile
Farner will be issued renlarly on the first of
each in ntih, and mailed n ithi great despaitch.
A colietent aind careful clerk is employed to
enter the iames of suibcribers. and keel. the
accounts, so that we hope to avoid all inaccn
ricies orcaise of comilaints.
Tne aim and olect of the New Gene'see
Farner, is to pleasee and beteit all of its rean
ders, aid advance the interstzs of Agi ictiture
and Horticulture-thc best intierests of comint
nity. Many of ili present rea.lers have ex
pressed the high degree: tf satisieictiol they
have derived from its iages: and we hipie all
ofthem are so well ple.lsed with it thiat they
evill not only reni-%w their own seifbscriptionis
promptly, bitt indete their neigh/dors to sub.
scribe Atso. Theie are tho:t-nds of Ihriters
to be Ibinnid, who have teve'r seei the New
Gonieceee Fiamr: awil if it wn< -hmwn them,.
and its character explaiied. thy would readi.y
subscribe. We cOUceive this to be a Durv
which the readers of the p:iper owe to their
nteighboirs, ande to the'ir coutntry, as well as tee
uts. Let this dutty be donie proemp~tly, and oumr
mae~ets of uiseftidness will be. greatly extended.
and the saltitary iinfluienc of the paper will
soon be mnifeist throughout the Agricnlturatl
Trhe friends of Akricultural Se.'cietics shoitlI
especially enicoturage this paper; lfor. uanless
fatrmers atCAD on t.'n subjert, :md get theiir mndus
interested in their pirofesitn, they will not act
ellicienitly f or itseadvaierem.-nti. The So cietie
formed last year ini Wetrn New Ysirk, ad
their fine exh:bttiois. have aireadyf giveni a new
im pulse to the cmttse in this sect iota of csounttry:
anid it is contidently expected that tmuch allre
will be dIone the cominiig sea-con.
It will readily lie seein that the paper camiiot
lie snatainied atlthis hew price. witfh,2tt a very
large ,nbhacrip'iien list ; and. as it will noet affor'd
te expeense of emaploy inga traivel:it~r Agenits.
wve muitst reiv on the veointarv ed'irts of' the
frieneds eof the'c:mue, te oebtia itehernibecrs. TO)
Pt)S I' M A. SillS espesiaIlly. we are alread y
greatly inidebted. andi wei resfp'etfully solicit "a
contimnnce of their fpatriotic assi.-tatire.
Post M~asteers have a right leo r,-mit mtoney
ft om suibscribers teo pulih -is of papeprs frese sif
Postage. So that subtsc. iheers lhave otily to
hand them their ntaes. wi:hi the maonev,and
regnest thiett to forward the samte*
Agents atnd Post Masters are ptarticenlarly rue
giaested to inform its, as early as sihlle, ih:it
number of piapers are like'ly to be wanited at
their oflices, so that we imay calculamte how larg e
atn addhitieon will he requiired.
No'rc.-All pafpers ordered,'C are chlaruledl to
the personts arderning thtm:in :ma tie mtoney ire-.
ceived is pla-edI tee their ere lit. .-ill suluscrip.
tions are dlisconitied nti thse twi of thw eecr, tun
.less paid for a lonager timei, in aidvanice. Ne,
stubscriptiotns receivedl for le-s than onte year -
Complete sets of back nmumb-:rs can 'still be
BATEIIAM & CROSMAN,
Feb. 3, 18411. R ochcester, N. Y.
4LL personus inidebted to the estate of
...Bltuer W hit e, decenseil, are reqiuir
ed toi make immeinte paiymntf'; anad all
persons having dem and. n:inust ihe estame,
nare reqnested to render them in, properly
ABNER PERRIN, Admi'r.
Jan. 1, ISU. tf 49
E ST1R AYE D ior Stislen from the subh
scibe tnhe 29i Itfe Noivemb er,
1840, a Sorrel Mare, ;ihioet flaurteena nnuds
high, wvith a bshize face, flmx tm mae undi ma if.
Shod all rotinml, fouir years oild tnex ts;'g.
I will satisfaictorily reward any onie whio
will deliver Ihnw said Sierrei M :rme in mue,
at Fotain inn sa 0;ilee. Greenville
District. S. C., or wi'll give me snteh infiar
mfation so that I enn gel lier.
T l.uA S J. ATUST ON.
Jan. 12. 1841- If 50
N ot ic e.
F HE Snihscribers make this in.<t call on all
I thosse isudebtsed to themo. tee come forwyard
anid biqmdate their notes ande accon tnts, withont
delay, as we are deterimned toa close up onr
btsimiess. All those whlo do nt take advanttage
of this notice, bythe fifteetnth day of Jainnary
ntext. will find teir notes and necountus un thte
hands of an Attorney for collectimetn.
C. L. GOODWIN.
GOODWIN, H ARRINGTON & Co.
HARRINGTON & BRYAN.
'To improve the soil and the mind.'
I know or no purnits in, which more real or
important service canl be renidered to any
country. than by impjeroving its agricultute."
"Agriculture is tne Great Art which every Go
vernment ought to protect, every proprietor
of lands to prd-.tice, aend every inquirer into
nature iwpaove."-Dr Johnson.
A Consolidation of ue's Cultivator and
the Genessee Farmer.
W. Gat.ono & L. Tucucn. Editors.
PROSPECTUS OF VOLU.ME VIlI FOR
In offering to the agriicltural pulic of the
Uniite-I State, the pro'speellis of the Iiglhth vol
nie of the Chiivator. (ihe secnl ofl the New
Series,) we desire the privilege of takintg our
atrons I nd cioriesponilents fami I iarlv ad nor
lially h the hancd, and thanking thein moist
heartily'br Ihe very liberal aid i-nd 0uiniport they
have reidered Is, both by their connnuietion.s
and their sibscriptiom.
The Ciltivator was establi-sled to improve
and elevate the Agriculture of* the couitry; to
I proper tone to the tmorals and teiid of
the firn'i; to show itti thei digpiity end impicr
tance of his prolession; to store his imimi with
ti-elid kiowledg'. an i cotivinc him that while
all ela-ses are Ind imost he iore e'r less depei.
dent on each other. he alone of the whole c:ii
mAke any near :ipproach to inlependeice. If
there is one thing more thian another, which in
this couitry gives a man uipprioity over his
fellow meti, it is knowledge : mnd this knowl.
e.ge,-kowleilge whiel is its essential to the
success ofel the firmer as n other mene, it is the
desigit oftie Cultivator to aid in impartiig.
In takiiw rhar-t Il the C tivator, the Edi.
tors were aware- of the ardnins naitire of the
itnderttacinti. L' der its tot mer ieductor, this
juirial hail alrendy atained a very high clti.
raeter, and wi mighit lave shirik firomi the lsk
fcnitaiiii .1: the iepiuatii it heal gainied, or
Crime the etrcrt nece-sary to sti.l f ther elevate
its staildig. hald iot the assiuranece oil aid from
the abeiost writers ad thee uiemo experienced fin
ters of the cointr ,-.-aid which our colmns
will -how ha' b-en and will he ust promptily
and fiuly remtlered: etcoiraged its to the tider
takiig. Illow litr we have siieceeded must he
left for tle readers of th Cuniivator to deter
Miine; bit iris increase ot'stliseriptin hiyotid
any precedent i the history of' aarinituiral
jiirImds of this coiintry; if the abiost iunani
Mon voice tif he public press in titr liivor; if
the nwihimide ot private vet flatteriig testino
icials we have received, uidded to ait chelation
probably treble that of aity other jorinial ev.
ted to the agricultural interest. may be admitted
;is evidence. t hen we have certainly most albin
dant reason to tbe gratiti d with ouir ,tivees.
If our elforts to render the Ci tivaitir worthy
of the patronage it lias received, un expetnse or
labor has beetn or will lie spared. As it is eve.
ry where received asthe expoiet of tlie vo.
slition and prospects of Axricltiture it the i
ted Stat-s, we iicteid that every siehp'ct con
nected with the great iit-erest in lcy par of or
cotintry shill receive its die share of' iotice.
aid its proper plarvcin onr clitums. The Cii.
tivator will be a record o' all improv'ientsic
the scieice o H tshmlry; of'the it rodiction ol
iew id unportanit vaii..ti.s of s'-eds and
planits; of the re.-prtive values al adapti..n
of the several improved breiels of Horsei; Cat.
tie, . I i I S . to difterenit Seeictins of
he 'aithed States: ins short. it is itended to
make it a n% ork n licb shall iliel st, instrntci
and be accp:a!C to ill.
In the omuber, v:riet'ty, niid exiellence of the
tihctrationi. the (,iittiv:ifor is witihot a rival,
either at Imice or abroad. This depa rtiimem
will he Clly sutainid.mid inecrenel interest
:a eelattractioti given It hI a greater number of
li-metes ol A mec ricani AninalIs, sle-etc'd from our
iest specimens el all kindis. native :id iipo- t.
ed; by the chb:iwinig of new Iitmplemenits, Agri
enihtir:dl and .\leehanccic'al;antd by' engravinge oe
ch~ obje'ctz ai- will lbe beette~r nud--lr.-tood. wh'ient
:ce zc ud i .ho iciunsofhthepresenIt vedhcine will bec
iieriv e-pio to one Ihindcred in cnmber;~ and the
i.tis:.eno : ~:iey havu~e giveni oicr pe:itreees will
ecure thir continiutnce neotwithstanding~ the
'rea:l expense,' tihey ntecessaritly oce~nsint its.
'VT' sales ofi the (:iivateer have bei'n so
'reut dutring the~ pa~st ye'ar, and the dlctemtm tier
the back veil umes as n ell as the ecirrent onie so
cnsan t. thait we have sti etyp edl each n om
!e-r; andii shalil he tle, niow aon I i ecalier. to
1Garnish subscribe'rs with whole sets, or acny sin
gle vecoines they may desire.
rTo oecr peersocaal li-ietnd.-, to the friends of A
:ricnhmie, tee thcs'' Geictleien whoi hae tcted
iaour Agente, to l'ostmiasteets genierally thiroughi.
'ent conl coutir,-mi short ice alt thiose whco have
40e L'enerouesly ainteretd themicselce's ini ouer he
half, in brinuging a knowledge eel ocur wonrk tee
the' noti'e ccf tocir frienls, andut itt obtuaiiig scib.
scrier:-; one c mo-t hecarthilt acnd cordlial thcankse
are duie. \ lhile we haiv.: enedeavorede to muake
ecur terims et'ch au to otfer ani tadeqtte indutce
men~t anid rewatr:I to thioie whoic are dispiosed
trm eeii i niiii V mictiv.'' e iueiterest thcecmselves
in: omr tavor', who .-bhall stillhle incde'bted to all
whlo wvill ine any way teid its in eour eifort' to
make thle Cuit iv~ator moreie gencerally ucseiici e'i.
ther byv incc'i'e'sici its enencilaticn or empijloyiing
their pents 60-i its cohtncins.
Oiur gratimede ise'spec'ially dltie to those getn
tlemiene whcose i'u-ereins tble atnd varnild ceom-c
noniiitietin haeit give.n nehel ain imiereset aind
valuec to oeur pac:r'inand wec are cocilidenct fromc
their well kit.c;': re::irdl to ilic vital interests eel
Americn lce-:'.andi~ry, that eeer apel to themt
i'r thceir t'icnther id. *will net tie ini cain. We
ivite conninicatiions f'rom all. There is
scarcely ti snbejeet in eciatetre that is not mlore dr
less t ntiimately connietcied with agr'ienitre. anid
mayc niot be~ nridte subservient mi its ud' ance
TrER31s-One Dollar peracnnm; siX cepis
fr z.->; the montey to be remiitted ini adivace.
free ot' poestage. A ccomissionuof 20) per ceiit
will be allowed to Agents wchoe obtain 2.e or'
more subtlscribers, antd 25 pei ce'nt ice those whot
obtaine l100 or more. All suibseribtions to coim
meice with a vohimte.
JCSSiE BUEL & CO., Publishers.
T HIE Subscriber respecth'idly annotnnces
tht he has leased the Stiure cornet of
'a.kIet an id Centre streets. hate'lv ieccup~ied by'
5lr. GN. HI. T1aylor, and will keepe ott htanii an
-rtmenut oh' Grocer.es, Cotton llngging,
R ote., Iron. & c. &c.
OJrderse fromn the cecnntry ilil meet with
romlpt and strict uttenttione.
Hambucrg, Nov. 9, 1840. tf 41
Boots, Brogans, &c.
Tj' IEl Setbcriibuer has ju st rec'eivedi, on
I C.onsignmiient, nolic willh sell huow hiur
-nueh, or ti shiort timte to piuuncttul cus-I
One' ease Seni skini Boots,
Onie doc Breiga'ns, and
3. 0. B. FORD.
First door below Ilabbcard's Ibide.
llctmbutrg. Oct. 27, ti- 40
300E & JOB PRINTING
O F Every dhescription executed with
neatness atnd despatch, at the Office
of the EDGEFIELD A DVERTtSER.I
J OIN 0. B. FORD has received
full assortnent of New aid Fashiona
ile Dry Goods, to whihI he is daily receiv'
ing addtions, whiih will lie soll whole
sale or retail, at prices that cananot fail Ui
please all who may do him the favor it
call, such as
Woul-dyed, black, colnured, and mixet
Wool-dyel. binek, coloured and mixe<
Doe skin Ca-simerea,
Black. lue and mixed Sattinetts.
6-4 Casmeiretas oir Ladies Clmikq,
Kentuckv Jeant,. from 7J etsa to, $1 22
Kersevs, Linseys, Country Cloths, Pal
Welsh and Seoli-las pntent Flannels
(warranted not ton-hrink.)
White. arteen, vellow & -eanrlei Flannel
G reen Uaize and Floor (loths,
Bleached & ublenhed Canton Flannel:
8 4 and 9-4 DOMlil Blankets, It ,se do
11-4, 12 4 and 13 4 Whitney doi
00 ps. A nericai Prin-1. from ~o25cti
1)0 ps. 1anchester do, from 25 to :3
5U ps. extra siuler London 7-4 (o, th<
4.4 Frenach do. nll new mivles, and se
Ieered From latest impraaions.
3-4. 7.8 4 4, 5-4. and 6.4 brow i am
leachled Shi:tioin and Sheetings
Black an coloired English and Frenel
Black. aol', printed and embroiderea
mlnaili n dec Laine-,
Ulak, printed and scarlet 3lea ino, plai
anl embroiderel Thiblii, Praisnn
N4.1- Wool, Taliini- Ca-simere
Camels IHair, Filer, spun Silk. Da.
a1;1.k Satin and Broche Shawls,
Bltk Silk anl Plush i Majtillhas,
Al aruillei, Cashmere, Swansilown, Vai
lentia, Woollen) Velvet, lain ani
li--mred Satin and Englilh Vesings
Lyons extra super black and blue lbl
Black Tlalhv Velvet.
Lin-i Cm ir ii nd Long Lawne,
Check stripe anl plain Calbries am,
Clierk waripe and plaii Swiss and Bool
Birl---ye. Rustsita and Cotton Diapers,
6.4, 7-4. 8-4 and 10-4 Damask Tabld
6-4, S-4. 10 4 and 12-4 %white, brown &
cotloured'a Dam iiask~ 'I'able. Cove-rs,
French Napkins and Towels, crash
D~ow Ias, &c.
Scotch, lanchester and Domesti: Gin.
Browt aid black IIAland, and Iri-,
Cambitic and r-nitur- Dimety,
7 .8 mal 5.-4 brown )rillin4,
A variety of tripel and colored twillet
511eilthen, Darela-ter and Sherucket
Cattt, ~we and ieti Suspitlers,
Coittin aid silk tum Elst, itd
W~ll. hir,rwn, bll n-k, ltte, m3ixe-l, sile
anl 1 -rini-,iloured cotlo II use
ud half Hiie,
Black and citloured worsted al sptm
Silk iliss. ami hiall ll'us,
Black and cilirel Ca-hmt ere. Mora.
vina aid Eaalisi Silk Hose,
Pongre. Fiag, Silk. Bianm ,i and Linet
Csaambiei Hi; amlearchaiief<,
F'lag. D)atmask atal Spiitalliekld Twiliei
Printed, Fhsig. .3ladrass and Verona on
Gentlemen-t's Silk. Kidl, II. S.. Buck
Linted llierh n, Caushiteare and A cml
Ladiesa' Kial, 11. S.. Cashmiaere, Fitel
iad Lontg L..aee dlo. wvhile, blacek &
3lisses andi Bost~s dli.
Apiron~;taI an urntit aure Checks & PIlaida,
31e-ritno, spu n Silk tata Cotton nelt Shlirl
L..adies' (N. Yoark eitv~ msae,) Kial Slipi
pteis, awthl inaant- Shies,
Victaoria Skirts, Coirsets, Iinskse & Stayv
Coitaaon anal Chinmellea Cii,
Silk Caant curd andl Cat htiimlini,
Ganzexi, G ri de Nap, ch-i ngide Sill
siamlI liernat i l~ress H1 atalkerchief<
Bliek. File a umi Downvu Sin i sarfs.
Black~s adi white F'ila-a i Loive Veils,
1Black1 htbbtmiect anni [;amatiltona dha
G'reent lack andl whiite G.aanze dat
1B1k nmta grna-a 4-4 silk wir- nti, fot alt
Blsack anad wihita- lialisan C;rape, Vclvaet
Ta't ia, utetastring a nze;~tai C ap
Pblaid Bonnetsa nt Snatin ILtionts,
100)0 puieces Pap~er IIingatngs,
2.5 adazen pahn it lesaf lII atds,
Supe-r Flarencae lBraid and French De
Coalatuared Ciiaige's ad Farench 11 t:t1iald
WVrentth,, Spriigs, Bsande Botxes-, &c-.
51) R~enms ofa Ca;tp andi Lastter Pasper,
irtle-I. linedl hhlte Iltid colotttted &c.
PrnintinZ Papger satpptlied ian shorn notice,
;aa loawe'st atc-a,
D~omssaie (Ginamt s. Sicitchi Ginghamts
andal.Sil k Umblre-llsas,
Turkey Real I)raeay, Ior Cutains,
Blall Tw isi, Sewinau Silk,
Psattemt iad Spoail i'Thread,
Combts, Pinas, Needlet, Ho.ks anal Eyes,
13utoans, Kanives, Scissors, Raztirs, atnd
Pcketr Books, Walbeis, Silk and Eend
Purses ad Basigi, anal Timbles,
Wiaich Guarads, atnd Frenach Baskets,
Boatns, Collamrs, and Cravats,
P lain a nil trimmeda Stin Stcks,
PenicilIs amtil Pitsa Qutills, Stead Pens,
ClothI, Hat, Nail, Toouathi. awlt' Shoe
Blraidls, Tapies, Ferretng and Binding,
G siIalits, Ila'eta ltnitn, &c.
Siuspendtier endtl, amd iat. Straps
Flitted Pere-ns-sinn Caps,
Taoys, Pe'rlinnrery, &c. &c.
With iaiimust every kitnd awl vatriety of
F;anacy Goaiak. lfor sale sat retail tir by i le
<)insaatlit, l t s iti -trehase,-s..
E very argicle naamted i-s etireliy tnew, anal
t he Faanev Gotids of last fasiinis. Ms ay
:are ratre. to be ptlatetnlar is imapossihite.
Thte chaoicesa Gaoodts lie conitilry nhiika,
anda that best assaortmlent ever olferedl in this
msarker, and as gaooda us in any othier, at
the lowest prices, is the onlis itaiaceimenit
he has to ornerthe ptublic, anal the biest re
tarna hte can akae his form'ter customers fot
their liberal paitroniage. Store New Brick
Buildiai,6rs doo b
T HIS celebrated Race Hiorse and Stal
lion will stand tie ensiping Seion,
I frotn 15th Fehrunrv to 15th June, at Mr.
WM. B. 3A S', iin Edgeletld District, S
I C.. 3 miles from the Cort- Hitonse, on the
Anant.'ta Road. le will be let to nires
I at S20 the single vi'it. $30 the Srnsotn.
and $50 ei instire ; and one dollar tit the
groom in everv in.Itance. The tnoney, or
in a pproved note patv ble the 15th Dteem
i her next. mus he sent with each minre-, or
she will not he served. Gited pasittrage
will he provide-d, and mares fed ion grain
at a reawoable price, and -ervats hoard
Every care will he taken of mares and
lAml.a. but nt linhilities will be itcurred fo)r
AIRGYLE is a dark browin horse, with.
Olm white, except a star. ifieen handes nml
Iltree qnriers high t pocsessed or uncom
tmon hione nal musele. nud a forn comin
wiint with perfeer svtmmetry, every es
.ential of n R aee lorse. if: i now ten
years oIld. having heen fouiltd inl MarvInnil
in the Spring of 1130. He was sir'd by
the famnotis Maons. Tonoi. hi- dam This
lie, was by Oie's Oscar. his grandalm by
Dr. Thormotn's imported o-lirn4e Clifaen:
his g. g. amliv y r IIall'. Somt t and lais
x . g. dai lav Dr. AIsirshatll's Ilyder Ally,
who w;as hy Li-,dsav's Arnhintn.
The Pararumance'is of A R GY L. ipn
, the Tiiar. lave pince him in tie very fir-t
ritk of A meriennv Ilorese its a Racer. while
those of is get entitle him toi nn equil
ltanl ina asn Stallitin. eio started first at
Orangebora. S. C. in Jati ary 1S34. ai
ran aIl Barnwell. An -tita. Maen, Cilm113)
hin. and Chai--ltion. two threes. nivd four
smiles Iteas. winning -aeece-mively 8 rnees.
five or temi of 1;tr mile hent.z. heating
Pattsy Walince. Rattle.'k,(3 lime<,) Lee
vy A4itton. Ruthlight. Bertrail jatnior.
(twice) Veri-ian. &e &. le tiever
Iaa-t a hem, and was rarely if ever pot tip
to his speed. tunttil hi- l xt rnorlinarv defeat
iv John Hascombe in April. 1R6. the
rirenmtanceps of which nre farniliar te
every one. Subosw-'piettily ie was trained
and rin with arent .laeress in Virminint
nnd in Nlav aqt on the Cet-al 'ottrse at
Baltimore. afer raniine fAir tie frsi hent
of three miles, and itin it liv a heil in 5
minute 4-second.. he wo'ai the seroill
heat i 5 mintmes. 40 secoit, hein the
ler seotidi ha-at of three iailee recorileil in
the hi-it.irv of tihe Amerienn Tttrf, nnd the
mst brilliant peraranice of a venr suir
passinte -ill others in the riehness of its in
anks. Diring the snme week. and ttilo the
<nmie course, one otf his nthtialero . Katee
Seaton, nil the grent <weepstake-i of
8-1000. heatina a fine fiela wilth --vent elasp:
sach a coiainihtiee being hitherto unknown
n pon thle Trr.
A R I Y LEK stond btut one senAsotn rntlie
a limited tumnhttler of, Imlares, not niv of
whihel w-ere tlhoroitn i red. yet his colt.
have no nite IIa,, or the eleven rnees lo
n hieh they ha vie been starteal. heamtintg nt
one. Im , and tr-e mihi-s. tie "et of many
If otr best Stallion-4. lesiles evernIa im
port"d colta, stome ofr tiem tn first-arne
time. Two, of lik uet. Governor 1iutler
attal Kite Senton. nre now ttriviled tapin
the T rF by any t hin of teir ,te.
rThe owaners air ARG V tl in brtinging
htim hinek to the State int whtich (Itia' neat
hauled) hte wvas first trnineda aait gnianed hi.s
eariliesct Ia urets. presettt him i withi ceuti
tde tea the Palic, as beitng in e've'ry way.
ean anttont eaf his ltodt. sire ;amti formt his
pierform'nances can the t n-f, sta remarkabhle
iar etiinrancie. ne well 13s spteed, andt tihe
e-xtrntl -rinary' success eaf hts g'et, wothy oaf
thteir entire approtcbtationt.
W. 11. MAYS.
Dec. 15. 1840. 4G tr
W .IRE -II1O U SE.'
T it l E 8nbte-ihter is3 mneh~l gratified that ha.
is ontce' maare atble tea etter his servica-s to
htis friendls :tatt atld cestaiamers, and the puiea
gietae-:nIly in the I~are-lHuse and C2ommnision
Business Ie tlatters hiimts'lf that the eligile
ttloentiont tif his Ware-ltattse, antd L.aitslomarative
immuttnaity 1 oam tthe risk ttf fire awtt fleoid, wvill
tarntre lhim a Iilbernai paitronage.
lI Ih as rehtnilt thie II'are-H-outse ftarmaerty
ktnwni nt Adamns .S* Ilulker's, anid is filtinur atp
tne wint ota it tthtort the htghest wvatre.--minttk ar
thte Intle Ireshtet. 'or thae pturpotse ail toirinag there
ta thet Cotton of Pluakrs and C7ount'ry eraunls.
Th'is site is att leatst two tethighter tht an anyli
oathesr ware-htouise int towni t itnd ihIe divi'Eont
that ha~s baeen elev~tat illi steare fratt I1800 of
t I) htules.
ile wiliselIl Cottatt.nn atl ttentd to stnCha hnsi
neCSs 1 35 tts ttaniy tranttnetetd liv Commiitission
.\aierchatttts, nat nts low at rate as5 othters egaged
itn the srttte entlling.
IniniZt eaitering" haie servir-es to hais frietds
atnd thte ptblic, thet subaceriber cenanntt ret'iti
frtotm nckanwledgintg the libiernil pattroage lie
oince raeceivede fieoma thlem; tind hoape-s lay his alt
telntin toa btsineass that it will hte renewed, andt
it wilt be th~akfntly receivedI.
llatmbutrg, Atngutt8, 1840 tf 28
I WOULD respectfully informt my frientds
and the pttblet gentertly that I have patr
chasled mty brothter's inatere-st in the Phenix
Stiane WVart Manufatlctory. contsistinag or Ne
groes, .\ tiles. Wntgents, lIharness ande stock of
ware,. & c. & c., iar the putrpotse of' manntiai-.
ring Stone WVare mt all its vatrioaus btranches
and t ho tpe hi promplt atttentiona to butsitness ti
shaar a reasoabh: partreotage.
Oct 12, 1840 if :3y
A LL thoseindteb:ed to the late firm of Blandl
ciatatt.nare earttestly regttested to cttme torwaird
it tad pay tap. naS the afileirs of' the contcerI ntust
be brouaght tat a close.
All such clraimos titt attended In lay the first oh'
.Jatntury entsninar. will be pilacedt with ani Ater
ney liin col lee-liont.
EdgefieU: C. H., Nov.23, 1840. tf 43
FORt Stile at the Vane-lanse Factory, a fe
bagro esCo eai nd Sperior Lindsey. for
Negr Clthin, ianufacturied of excellent
Citizens of Charieston,
AND THE NEIGHBORING STATES.
Y OU are respectully inforned that 70
MEETING s-rRtEET 70-is my Office for
the exclusive sale o BRAN DRLTH'S VEGE
TABLI- UNIVERSAL PILLS. Price twen
five cents per box. with directions in English,
F rentch. Spaiislh Portuguese and German.
The high and universal reputation of the
Biantdeth Pills, renders it unnecessary tocom
ment largely on their particular virtues. As an
anti-bilieans and purgative medicine, they are
untequalled by any. Their pirifyin- effect on
the blood is universally allowed-nIl that have
ever used have upproved and recommended
ifn many cases where the dreadful ravnges of
tliceratioe had laid bare ligamaent aud hone, and
Where to nil appearaitce, till l uenls
could save lifei, have patients by the nme rt haere
Pills, beeni restored to good heaih: the devoir
ing di'ease having llencompletely eradiented.
II colseelience of the pleaianiness of theii
operaiion, they are nniversally used iii every
:ection ofthis wide extended country where
they are made kno% ni.natd are fast sturpeiseding
every other Preparation of professed siti nr
iuport. Up rts of Fonrteen Thonsand enaes
have been eeriilie-d as cred, solely from thei
ta-e since tue inaroluction (of that into the U.
Suites, thus establishing the lae: heyond all
douht. that the Brandreth Pils cure the (appir
rently) tiot opposite disease-, by the one
saiple act of contman ly evaeunating the how.
els with them, nutil die disense gives wiy;
theieliore, whatever may be said of the T HFIOnY,
the UTILITY of tlae PRACTICE is inow IIYusD all
As Brandret!-'s Pills eare Scanrvv, Costive
ness, anad its conseipiencees, seasfitring men.
and tall travellers to lineign region., should not i
he without, in order to resoit Ito them oi every
occasii iofillness. No medicine chest is re
quired where theY are.
N. B,-Tiime or climate aafects them not.
provided they are kept dry. Southern gentle.
maaen will find this iediciaae one that will tinsure
betlth to the peoiple oat their estates.
Be carelid aid never purchase Pills or aI
Druggist. PROFEMNsao to be Brandretl-s Pills. I
Under -No ciRcUMsTANcEs is any one of this
chiss made anl Ag-ent. Myv own established
Agents have iNVAtIABL tal. n'EcRavD Certiti
ente Aig ned B. lraaadreth. l. 1), in any owl,
lhand writing. This is reaaewe'd yearly-and
hen over twelve montlis 41ld, it ne clgier
naiaranatees the g-anineiiess o f tle medicine.
i would lie well, therefore, liar purchasers to S
:areflilly examine ilt Certifiete. The sail is I
Jot wax. liut embossed ol the pnp'-r with a steel
leti. Iftle geaiaiane amedicine is obtneiad.there I
is tino douht of its giving perli-et satisutiaatn,
ad iW all who want it are tarefaa to go) by the
al0otedirections, tlhere is little doubt but they
wvi I obtain it.
Remember 70 Meeting street, is the only
plae in Charleston where the genine medi
:itae rai, he ehtained.and at %V. W. Sales,Ham- I
Imr- and C. A. Dow. Edgefield G.A. the only .
aithrised Agenis for -Al'gefield
AENTS FOR SOUTiHl CAROLINA.
Stephen Owei. Aiken; David Tirier.
Beniirt; Jlohn MlcLaren. Ahhbevi lie; William
U un1ainaghama, Cohnnbi; Eli.ah Alexander,
Piakeni; John IIastie, Peadletc; Samil']
Wilaamt (eorgeton n, .lcLire. llrnwley & Co.
U' e-ster; Charlest Wilcox, Coosawhal'lie:31.\n
ker & Rynn, Buarnwell K. H.: ). & 11. H.
Rice, Gralain-s P. 0.. Barawell District..
GUainesi & ialliainr, Greoaville Disitrict; Heihena
liosa Lxin-g tean: I iatie &- Nichol, (reenville
U. [L: John G. Totne, Yonnenesvile. Fail
lield Dist.; Sylvester liench,' rnl gebur
iatlY& Jolosoaa, Newherrv; Itice & (tier.
Amaab-rsn : James E. ( ire, Leesville. Lexine.
toan listrict; iarkstdale & Snxmon, Gairensville. I
Verai & .litchell Spartaanhiirg, P. J. F.ster,
Fo.ter's. Uniot )istrici; .lin .ie Luire.Uiion l
rille. (oirge S eel. Yorkville: A. hi. Chant.
blera, Winsboro':C lurles .iler. Edisto Bland.
John Itaa sser. Catuden; Saianel . iliot.
tiafitretown: ltker & vtn. Barnwell; E.
Gtaruignle. ltltack~vil ae. Barnwevall; E~ D Faeler.
.11 iethvny , Bnirnwell: Gti silev & Drnommnaiha;
lowe~r 'Thre-a 1 atts. Biarnawa'ld: Philip Chear
rte net. Braanchaville. Oraagebuirg; A. Steveanion.
P'ickaaeyville, Untieon, anad B3. Jatndon, Rtobert
Faeb 1:1, la10O tf 2
PROSPECTUS OF TIlE
flelieving. as we adc imost sianceaety, that the
viariecust co 'alitionas iad comineliaationcis oat biank
ers, specuilaiers, tanda steerkjeabbers. which exis t
ini eoir conntetry, tare oaf deaadly haostity to oair
I reec icsiitions-thlat the trighltf'ci ecacroach-.
taen ats itt intcoirpaoratedt nenailtire cnmieramiiig
rtae psillars of oucr iaatinnt g lacry-thiat thetre ex
aits ameong a ceartnein etasa. a dleteriatiiotn to l
cdoeam tea nite-r extianction thaat Liberty whtichi
was piarchiased by our tlher's bleood-we tare a
tautdned tt i apel to ciiir tfellaw -cit izenas oft this
vet free letaublaic. to ai nci c the cir'ecitiini oft
ai ptaer wvhich shaall unrema-aittinagly eppose these
Thaat thc-ta exists at ihis crisis rof onr ntatiotnah
till airs tacn absiihtae ntece~ssity liar a work of this(
kitm-a pae whcicha shall coalaly, hiithf'uly,
tlearletssly, tanda perseve:rini ly oppolase and ex
pouse te dlt~.mrerous secemes cftthe federal hanuk
piarty-will not hea dacihited by anty wvho are
bllsse-d n'.ith nea-'on. ttneh shnt be the endc
anid nitm caf ite presetnt pnbalienationi. It w..ill tad
vicunte ta thorlicgh. radii'al, anda complete retim [
mi ecir pcrelsent pae proteit o-paiy-muoneyv
-astetm. whtich1 entn bles a priviheged rE''w toc prinut
daelars, whiilce that hard-w.aorkinig stasv nre coma
pc-lled to crn hthem: etanbhinag rich droanes to
exchanagea .-irips oft brcawnt papehr wvith a pic-ture h
cengra'.e uponctecc it. Ihr houasas, hancds. Iaboer, & c.
llelievintg that ptaper-macney corpaoat.cats tare
ithe mtist cdanigel oie us m to tyranniy nanic thec,
fiaee oft the etarth,. we shiall cdevcate otnr cenergies r;~
to ipeni thae eyc-s of the public cco a -enlse of th ir l
in'vcnina ot the idle tat hve ina Iauxury nt thte ex
petase of inducstry-will tbe unddcvintinigly cep- (
poiseda. Inaternial Imatpravemta bit.ely thie Gener
nal Goavernmenat, a Nationaal B-mak in aany pcossi-..
hIt' frtm. will Ice handicleda withoutt gloves. The
factatienat crew tar Abechition dlauemggnes w'ho
wanal dlesaltate oir suitnty fie'lds aunt c-rimsona
oaia hearih-sid.-s n' ith han~a glare, wvill be dc-alt
with acceardinig to strict justice. Inadeed, tao
possibale e'xertiona shalh tie spared to make the
ftefoarmier, ini all respeci, richly dleservincg the
Caeeots tstpp'trt of every fricand of politictal
libaertv. Thae interest andc active exertiolas of
Iae f-iendsl cf freedoc nia paromtingt the cirlila
lian eof this panper ini their : espective naeigthhar
hi'a>dcs. is very respaectfulhy aid etiaestly sohie-i-.
act. WV ecmak icc ilhem wi:h cundoaubtiang conaufi
de'ice far thecir zieahcns saupport, anad dare tod
hope theat it will neot be w'ithhelhd.h
co DaTioss :
The Political Refeormaer will be published
-emci-imiambtly, itpoaa fine wvhite paper, each .
acmhe ir coantainiag sixteent Octavo Paiges
-11G6rPAis TO rTHE VOttatIE,
at then iunprec'edenited low. price of Fiwrx eFYTs
ter iaaaum! TIhaose whvto licrard Five Doairs t
halt r-ec. ive c/Lcen copies-Tenc Iolhntas. lrnty- '.
krce ccopies-nndc for Twentty Dollars, jfit co
iies with tie secat lea onei yaar, reahtinag ihie
arice toa Fairr v cysTs. ciady. for ana Oc-tavo Vol.
aaae of Faea~n HUNDREfI ANti SIXTEEN P~ACE~s!
\ca paper will lie sent witheout the inocey is
irwarded in tadvanc'e. Orders addressed to
'H EOPHILUJS FISK, Portsmouth. V'a., will
Vegetable Life Medicines.
T HESE Medicines are indebted for
their name to their manifest and sen
;ible action in purifying the springs and
channels or life, and enduing them with
renewed tone and vigor. In many hun
dred certified cases which have been made
public. and in almost every speciesof dis
ease to which the human frame is liable,
the happy ef'ects of MOFFATS LIFE
PILLS AND PHmNIX BITTERS
have been gratefilly and publicly ac
kiow ledged by t he persons benefitted, and
who were previnusly unacquainted with
the beautifully philosophical principles
upon which they are compounded, and
upon which they consequently act.
The LIFE MEDICINES recommend
thems-elve.; in diseases of every froin & de
icription. Their first operation is to loosen
the varions impurities and crudities con
4tanwly setling around thenm, and to re
move the hardened fieces which collect in
the convolutions of the smiall intestine.
Other imedicines only partially cleanse
ihiese and leave such collected inasses
behind as to prodee hahitual costiveness,
wiih all itq train ofeviis, or sudden diarr
lima, with its imminent dangers. This
rnet is well known to all regular anato
wmit, who examine the human bowels
Mfter death; and hence the prejudice v.
bese well inliprated mten against quack
ediecines-oir medicines prepared and
ipralded to the publie by ignivranti persong.
The second effect of tho Life Medicines is
o cleanse the kidneys and the bladder,
mid by this means. the liverand the lungs,
he healthful action of which entirely de
)ends upon the regularity of the urinary
iran The blood, which takes its red
olor froi the agency of the liver and the
tings before it passes into the heart, being
hts petrified by them, and nourished by
bod conimig from a clean stomach. cour
es' freely through the veines, renews every
inrt f the system, and triunphiantly
nonnts the hanner of health in the bloom
iloffia's Vegetable Life Medicines have
een thoroughl.v tested. and pronounced a
uovereii remedy for Dyspepsia, Plaiu
eney. Palpitation of thIe Heart, Los, of
Appetite. earturn amd Headach. Rest
esnmessIIl tetmp er, A nxiety, Lantnor and
linelnhly, Costiveniess, Diarrhea, Chol
-rn, Feovers of all kinds, Rhetmatisin
onit. Dropsiesofall kimt!s. Gravel. Worms,
Ist ilma anl Cun-tinijitior, Seurvy. Ulcers.
nvemerate Sores. Seobuitie Eruitions and
al Compleximis. Eruptive complaints.
5allow, Cloudy. and other disngreeahlie
30mitplexions. Salt Rhetin. Ervsimelas,
0momon d lCoh and Itiluenza. and various
ther complaints which affliet the human
rame. In F,:vmt:a and AGux, particular
v, the Life Medicines have been most
mimmenely successfil - so timneh so, that in
he Fever and A.-me districts, Physicians
ilmost utniveralv prescribe t'eem.
All that 31r. Nlofit requires of his paih
lnts is to e partielar in taking the Life
Jefliedines strictly acconling to the direc
ion<. Itis not by a newspaper notice, or
ly anything i11mnt lie biiself nmay say in
heir Iavor. Ihat he hopes to gain credit.
t is Ime by the results of a fair trial.
MOFFAT'S MEDICAL MANUAL.
lesignedl as a deiestic guide to henath.
'iis little pibphlet. edited by W. B.
dlolTat, 375 Broadway, New York, has
Wen piilished for the purpose of e'plain
ne more fully M r. Moleffat's theory of dis
'nses. atnd will h~e found highly interestinig
o tpersons seeking health. 1t treats upon
>revelent dlisea-os, and the causes thereof.
'rice, 25 cents-fur satle by Mr. Moffat's
These Valuable Medi<.ines are for sale
'3y C. A. DOWD.
Edlgeride C. H. March28, 1840 if 9
State of Motithi ('nriolina.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
Will iim Daniel, vs Attachmnt
Willianm Salter. Assumpsit.
H E Piintiflf ha'vitng this day filed his de
claration ini the above stated case, and
invimig tno wit'e om actornecy known to be with
ii this State, ttponi whnm at copy of the said
leclarntioin with a rule to plead can be served.
is ordered that thme said Defendant do appear
mmd plead in thme said declaration. wvditin a year
tud a day. fromt the puiblientioni hereof, or final
nid abhsotlute jimdgmcet will bc awarded againist
im. G EO. POPE, c. c. p.
Marcha .6, 18S4f. G a $7 50 age 9
blt te Of Soth U i Oljtha.
iN THE' COMMON PLEAS.
)anict Bird, )Foreign Attachment.
aim'l H ollomway. )Debt.
' Ill. l'tuamtift in this case. b.viug this day
iifiled hisi declaration, andl the D)efendant
avinig noe witfe or Attornmey, kntown in this
itaie, uipon whom a cnopy ot the sae cant be
erved: (On motioni, ordered that the said De
'tidanit do apear and plead to the said decla
etin. wvithmin n year anid a day from the pub
enitiin htereof. or final and absolute jutdgmenrt
till be awarded agyninst him.
lek' OlieGEORGE POPE, c. c. r.
)ec. 19, 1840. J c. r. $7 50 ae 47
otate of M'onthi Carolina.
IN THE CO3IMON l'LEAS.
Beverly Burtotn Attachment,
Wmn. M. Steifie. ~ Debt,
I U E Phainatilf'having this day Giled his
NDeclaration in my office,atnd the Defend
nit hmving tno Wife or Attorney known to be
githmi the state. Ott n horm a copy of thme same,
.lite a rule to plead. could he serued. It is or.
ered that the Defenidant plead to thme said dec
nation within a year antd a day, or final uand
hsotute judgement will be given agaiinst him.
GCEO. POPE, c. c. w.
Clerk's Office. ?
Dec. 18, 1840. ( c a a $7 50 47
lIE Sttbscrib~er takes this method of say
Iing to those inidebted to the old firm o
uicholsont & Presley, onm notes and accoumnts
r thme year 18339, and previns, that necessi
comtpels mec to regnest them to come for
mard amid pay mtr. I owe monecy dime otn the
,t ol .Jatmeary next. anid cannot extenid longer
tnlgeince. I would also say. that I wish to
muke an invariabmle rule in my buaineesiato hayo
II accountms lignidated the 1st of Jatnuary each
ear, which will save mte considerable trouble,
nd be for time interest of nmy enstomers.
E. B. PRESLEY.