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We cnpihai follows:trom the money,
artielitbe p Y-pEs g Post of 13th'
uitTiesu jeit is importAnt enough-to
attract atteiio s ejpeciily at this time.
whrt rte busi'sseason is -just Opeuimng'
iesidis; the value of our great staple may
b'1 jnfliinced by the change which co n
niictilc operhisonsfmay uidergo. -Y9.
The rate of exchange has advanced a
little, and shipments of specie to pay for
- our im ortsv'are..begining - to be made in
SBills an London may now he
- M %a 0. The last pucket to
f -"out $30,000. in specie. There
ctspworthy to be-considered in
ilfthese .circumstahlces. In
f e ity note them fron the moment
t 6esentiarifcomwtenced its operation.
'Kad large importa
tas Ever-, packet almost
'T rewas then an
tipa p ih p Qration, lThe
r" 'Oe has graditaliy ditiinished
durin a any months past, and loans have
beenea sily niade at about'-four per. cenut.
At the. same time there has been-a-g reat
increase in the .amount of-business tran-i'
acted, and therei ili also a much 'greatcr
importation of foreian goods. This has
constantly increased, and at the present
noment these importations surpass all
piecedent.during a nuib'er of years.
The change ,in the amount of the ex
poriations bears no proportion to this in
crease of-imnport atioUs.
The conseqnence i that the balance of
trade has turned aiainst us and our debts
must be paid either by the shipment of
such articles as' will probably realize the
cash abroad or the specie must go in the
.If we look back a few year.twe shall
find that an expansion of the circulation
und increase in the imports look place sirn -
ultancously, and on the other hand a con
traction of the circnl::tion and decrease of
the iutports occurred together.
The following iable contains the amount
of the-circulation of the banks in the U. S.
near thecommencenent of each year front
1834 to 1842; and also the. iniporta and
exports of the country for the twelve
months ending on the 26th Nuv. in each
of those years:
Years. Circula4ion. Imports. Exports.
1834 98,839,570 126.521.332 104,93,9761
1835 103,622.495 149.d95.742 121,693,577
1836 140,301.038 189,980,035 128,663,040
1837 149,185,890 140.989.217 117.417.376
.A838 115.134.910 113.717.494 108,496.616
1839 135.170 995 162.'092.432 121.028,416
1340 116.572.790 107.141.519 131.571.950
1841 115,905,342 P27.945,488 121.851,802
1842 no returns 100,162.0837 10'.591.534
The atmount of cash receipts durina the
last week at this port was 975.000 if we
suppose the rate of duty to be only thirty
per cent. on the value, then the value of
the importations during the week could
not be far front three and a half millions.
The question now of most imiporiance is.
how far specie must be exported. The in
dications of-a call for its exporiations have
already had an influience on the stock mar
ket, andtBe -aount it becomes evident
thai .a.copsiderable exportatioan must take
placs tibihanks will instantly contrac
their operations. - The effect of a bank
contraction at this period'. when so imany
arge enterprises are on foot. and such a
current of business is sweeping along, at
thesamte time that every man is more or
less bound by pecuniary obligations which
are to be fulfiled in the future, can hardly
-Masonic S5ecresy.-The -secreay of
Masenry is its onlty sytbil voice, proclaiming
--Procul 0 Precut. este prof/ani. it is
only the secresy of the lawyer to his client
-of the minister - to the peuient-of the
p~hysiciant to rhe patient-ar of friend to
friend. This trustwotrthy confidence is the
glory of man. Scandal dies like an- echo
on the -shore, where the tongue is bridled
by truth and honor. "Where is no tale
-bearer the strife ceasetht." W~rentch from
the heart of a Mason the secret of hisbroth
er, atnd from that same heart you may
blot out the iinaige of his God, the vows
tnade to d'ebftdintg awife, or thte duty he
oives toi his children, to countty anod to home
Thbe-betrayer of seerets is a nmondt renegaute
too font for the atmnosp~h-re of hionor; lie is
the Judas of friendship, and the assassia of
-Nor never may an honest opt-n hearted
Masotn fear that the better part of creaiion
will uryge agiost his Order, to its (letrnont
the cireunsrancers that the laties are net
admitted to -a mtembership among~free and
-accepted Matsons. Let himt tell, what is
the 'fact tihat M~iner'va the ggddess of
svisdoan, presides ini the MasotieLodgcs,
* i icih she wtould have indeed but a
- -dtvidend empire .if the goddess of beaui y
- - :were admiitted alonig with her.' We surely
-:could not trust Ve-nus and Minerva together
* ina our. Lodges, least we should become
too much distracted with-the blandishment
of Reauty- to' hear' at all the severer
ieachaings of- Wisdom. But it will be
higha time to attempt a- labored defence
of this '-Masonic usage when a lady shall
* 'coinplain ofit;or when she shall rei'use to
mak'e a 'secet-keeping Mason the lord oif
-her ftlectionis, pillowing orr-her heart both
the unlocked .casket of the secret whtch it
contatns.! Ah; could she make him a rete
ea e to honor,.howv would-shte loathe' htin!
How uitsafe in such hands- and in' such
keeping would she ever after consider her
own. fame, and those -gems of affection
which wtoman never gives, save to the,
:.Uconquerable, the inflexible' in purpose.
"- 'here is. a sublime secret connected
vwith every thing ihat is valuable. Says
the great :lightsof. Masonry.. abe Bible.:
"The secret~ofthe Lordis with themiiat
* ~ fear him." -There .is a isecret' in- each
profession of life, in every sciepce,. in each
- beautihul art.- There is a secret in love
an tuesptokten language that sometimes
glances from thbe eye. but' which is oftutner
lid by the virgin modesty until the heat't
becone an: urn ofsuffering, in wii he
Glree~gf -hidden. attachment crimson. the
inicense of the alffections. There is a
secre' in taste, whispered-only to the moon,.
as-its pale coldieye-gleamis on the assassin's
dagger.; 1 Thbee aresecrets every where
in nature. from the- edestal' to the capital
of toe. illarsof'heJnagg'ovefr which
the muysterioys eyeof Qtaip;nte' burns
withi its secret meaning.^
- Fr.6m the v. 0. Picayune.
A Fish Story but :a true One.-The
clerk ofthe Lodi, a steamer plying between
this and St. Martinsville, has furnished us.
w.ith an-account of a fishing froli on.bobrd
that boat, 'which rather caps the climax in
the way of piscatory doings.
It seems that while the steamer was
coming across Grand Lake. under full
headway, the fish in question jumped di
rectly over the bow ard landed in a large
sugar kettle; but preferring a roast to a
stew, by a violent flap he made his way
out of the kettle and his struggles soon
brought him immediately up 6the boiler
fires and among the negro firemen.-The
scene was now one of high and general
excitement. The .uge fish flapped and
floundered, the frightened darkies either
run' or else belabored him with chunks or
sticks of wood, whilst the passengers came
rushing frorm the cabin to witness a hubbub
they could not understand, for amid the
wilil shouts and confusion, some of them
might have thought that the boat had
snagged or that the boilers had hursted:
But the fish was finally killed, and on
exatnination found to be of the class called
by the French grand ecailles. or big scales.
The entire length was 5 feet 5 inches,
eirCumference round the middle, 3 feet 2
incheisailngth of head, I foot five inches;
weiglit,83lhs. One of the scales, the edge
--whicii is richly titged with silver. is
nearlygaI large as the palm of the hand,
while ~i~Oesh is represetted as dark but
very Pal'tibl ' Would n*t such a customer
as'that straighten one of Conroy's fly rods,
A Chancefor Single Gentlemen.-Low
ell is said to be one of the greatest marry
ing places in'-the country. lThere are
thousands of, factory girls spinning there
with small fortunes. for husbands. There
were 334 .uniois among them during the
year eudicg April 30.
Noise Disturbs Silk Worms.-A lady
who has had mucl experience in mana
ging silk worms, says that noise disturbs
them-as the sound of a hamtmer, a butst
of laughter, or loud talking. Their food
should be gently laid down by them, not
thrown on them, The lady says she uses
as much caution in entering their roomns as
if approachinghthe cradle of a hick infant#
For Publising a Weekly Newspaper, in the town
of Hamburg & G.
To BE ENTITLD THE
- Hanburg Republican.
"GIVE US BUT iIGHT.
- MIi.E Subscriber does toot deemn it necessa
y to make any apology ftr the establish
nentof a new paper ii this District, or this
plaie. fie knows that the wealth and the in
telligence of the peoplein this section, are am
ply stfficient to support antother journal, and
he believes that the wants of the community in
a place of the growis g importance and rapidly
increasing commeice of Hamburg, are such as
to dentiand it.
le hopes by his untiring zeal, and his sed
unions attention to the itterests of his subscri
bers, to receive a liberal share of the public
poatrionage. It will always he his aim to spread
before then, in his colutns. the earliest and
most useful information on all subjects, which
come legitimately within his province. If he
fail in this enterprize, to command success, he
will at least have the proud consciotsness of
having deserved it.
In appearing before the piblic, in the char
aeter of a coneltctor ofi joiurnal, the queation
is tnaturally asked, what are the principles in
tetnded to be advoc-ated? We reply, that we
will advorate, fenrlessly, the catse of Demo
cracy, havtig at all times an eye sitngle to the
safety -f our own beloved State, and its insti
The elevation OCJ.MFEsK. Pot.x and G EoG
Mi. DiAt~us, to the respective stations to which
tha' have been nominated by the voice of the
Detnocratic party, will receive our most bear.
ty spport We will oppose the present Ta
rifl. anid to fact atny other, which has far its
object the p~rotectiont oftthe fhainufacturintg in
tetest, to the injurry of tthe producers of the
great stales of the cotunry. We are not the
advocates of passive submnission or noni-resis
ra.ce, to uncontstittntional and o ppressive legis
lation on the part of the Federal Governmenut,
burt will be controlled and governed by the
State of Souith Carolitna, itn whatever actiotr
she may take in protecting her ciizens against
We will pay) attiet af tiottn to the interests
of the Merchants, Platers arrd alechaniics,
mt givitng themi the earliest foreign anid domes
tie rntlhgece; in tect, nothing shall be wa~nt
ingtron urpat, tom retnder orr.j..urnial in
teres mig and inistruictive to al-eiasses of society.
For the iiifortmationt. .-specidmly of our coiun
try friends, the variotus fluctuatio~ns in the price
of Cotton a'all always be noticed. and we will
regularly publish a correct l'i ies Current of
all at ticle's of Mlerchatidise itt our irket.
Unir zeal mt defenice of our fitvorite political
measuires, ahall tevet lead tis beyontd th~e limuits
of courtesy to our oppon~etts, we will cndea
var constamntty tos bear ini maind, that --al men
are bornt eqina!," antd consegtetntly etntitled to
their own opinitins uponi anty subject.
We will admit into ouir colmnuns temperate
discussions on all topics of interest, always te
servingj to- ourselves thne right of esciding stuchi
cotnmuntications, as in otnr juidgmnent umy tnt
be sttitable. .We will tnot permtit oturselves to
be made the tool of any eligne or pan ty. in reli
gion or polities, butt will always endenvor to
stipport the chatracter of an independent advo
cate of R~epublican' principles.
Terms.-The REPUasrArr will~ be printed
upon a large super royal sheet, with entire tnew
materials, anid delivered to subscrnibers at the
reasonable purice of two dollars and finly cenits
per asimum, in advantee, or three dollars at the
end of the fear. And to those tat a dis
tance, the paper wvill be put op, and eoit
regularly.. The day of publicatiotn will be fix
ed as soon as-a sufficietnt tinmbei of subscribers
are obtained to warrant a comumencetment.
Advertising and Tob Work at the customnary
*,* Persons holdti subscription lists with
please forward anch naine ar may be attached
to them, with the nape'of the: P..st Ofhic~e to
which they are to he sett to:Edgefield C. H.,
by the 20th of Septembera
Postmasterr are atuthorised to frank all letters
containitng orders or remtttances for Newapa
pers, free of postage:
It7 Papers thronghiout the States of Sotith
Carblina' and Georgia. will please gtve the
aiove one or two insertiotns. and the favor will
tie 'reciprocated, if the enterprtse should suc
Aug. 21 tf- 30
JShirtiis &r sheetings.
3 4 45-4,.64 and 12-4, brown and
beachued Shirtings and Sheetioga,
-Just received by
Hamurg ~f44 OHN-0,--B. FORD.
Stite. of South't arolna.
AIN THE COMMON.PLEAS.
Curry 4 Caver, ..Decaration
vs. in ForeinAtck
B. S. Miller, ent.
William Curry Declaration
Vs. in Foreiwn Attach
Henry Carter. nent.
Jared E. Groce, Dedaration
Vs. in Foreign Attack
Curry & Caver, Declaration
' vs. in Fo reign Attach
The Samne. ment.
William Curry, Declaration
- VS. Foreign Attack
The Same. ne.
Jared E. Grace, vs. Declaration
Theanme.aid in Forandn Attach
Benjamin S. Miller, meat.
Curry & Caver, beclaratioit
Vs. in Foreign Attack;
John W. Carter. weng.
B. W. Groce, bcdaratiou"
Vs. in Foreign Atack
The Seine, ment.
WV. Curryt Declaration
tas, in Foreign Attach.
The Same wment.
J. A. Hibler, Declaration
Vs. - in Foreign Attach
H1iram N. Wilson, AgehL nent.
Israel Bond, ror the use Declaration
of the same, rs. in Foreign Attach
The Same. ) ment.
T HE Plaintts in the above cases, having
this day filed their declaration in my of
rice and the defendants having no wiret or at
torney. known to be within the State, on whom
a dopy or said declaration, With at ule to plead
can be served It is ordered aint the said de
rendant do plead, to the said declaration, within
a year and a day firon the publication othis
order. ar final and absolute judgment will be
awarded against them.
G EO. PO PE. c. c. P.
Clerk's Office. Nov. 6, 1843. ly 42
State of South Cai-oliia.
WV. E. Jackson & Co'b Declaration in or
m tzro eiggnAttachment.
'j lHE Plajitfi' having this day filed his
. declaraion in my office, and ithe De.
fensant having no wife or Attorney know
to0 be within the State. on whom a copy
of the same. with a rule to plead. can be
served :,It is ordered. that the Defendant
plead tothesaid declaration, bitein a year
and a dy. or final and absolute judgemet
will be given against him.
GEO. POIE, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, April 30, 1844.
To those Candid Men
W HO hiestly doubtthe truthof the Bran
e ndrethian System we would entreat
then t ponder well upou the followitg facts:
crhe Fod: taken into the stoauch i donvert
ed into blood, wttc vii l sireai, fowii
through all the ininificatimns ofu the system. noi
rily imparts strength and continues life, but
actually create,,. foirmns, and buitds up. each andi
every part of the animal machine. If the blod.
h fore, is pure and healthy. the body. which.
il ormed froi, nod supported by the blood.
cannot be diseased. But if there be in any part
of the body any &C 'Dcti on. stch as bile, or ulcer,
even a bruise, the blood circulating through
tht part, takes tiop impure matters from the in
cal affection. and arries it into the general sys.
tern. This n the cause often of ddem death
to peigons ofth ull habit, afflicted with biles, and
use no rdedicine; the matter gets into the cir
ctilatintg eystem, and chokes up the fine blood
vessels which spply the brain with vitality,
and lif ceayc, as if beref by lightning. Now
this can be remediedthe Brundrith Pills, will,
if used at those times, take out all imure mat
trH fhone the circulation, and savethe general
health, at the same time they are curing tha l
cl affection. Oh! how importnt it is to ran.
kind, that this subject be vetl comprehendefw;
it h ould save many Om tedious thes of sick.
eery pir ofensr theianma sevie. I toheirod
friendsr, whpend wshely, woeld which,
ifred fromy jund ruppred by the oloid.
cannet. bn dieae. Bu~t ther Edein~ any par.
of the &bodyC anyetn Meetin aset ohnlcr
even arbm, helod c.ircLa.ing trouan
thtC atkesbry W toc Smueimanr fr& Waher
ket, anfectionandlarres it Cno hmbg.rlss
toprian 25 ful~ perbowit full diet ios. n
cutin Ssem, ~n chokcae ptefn lo
vessl 1hc 7upl 7h bnwth 2ialty
tscAlhlrmd ied h n r Pills,wi,
iFored the e ofbtimepsaotl impoures mad
h IEa Pthe LSm time reared byin ther
kmdtha Chi sujectbewll fom pehendaed:
ittnu ae high y cee rmted iers tigs fink
nessbandnfen cuty Vhiriniaicalled the
frieswenillsrwse the terom wdhich
inecei of urin Bradway, N.tratie
ifrehsppl jtht sorecioted of the flndulag
J.sstem. nerly, ateepatingltrlet of Johe
Cioreburry Whitok genla hu efetaller
Greewo th olemnLsot, aNewoo hew Mar
ue, and the. prD. in.Couarke,&Co. Hmbrg
riseva5cain.prbxwt fl ietos
July a7 fec deem to tot5
su Aluimeaig h S prgpiio;see
for they Cure of gre pusifi, Scofuhesblod
anLqa iser D~h ircaton. Ec
r heSE shoLLS ae takenpefre eachr
e .l and frompbxo en rm twever ol
beotkenritdge coursey eachidaa, caore ah
oTnihes i, aie thei wtem foro hichm
eite secren cfurie and ahe alteradies
eincreigrnhe sicreteonse of thes lals,
systeml enerally, and ifarhecuarrlyersethe
le d, Tevy aterneny burtigt affcte
maynmoe coetils, bfer etedo thee uays
dsern ofthe, preatmeng- heopore dakico
surfae, excepasi-om theuesiro ;li wter
foec they are reparfer efither byood,
atndeqaier at the igrcutn.wEach
Te Tvey speouly ce tarrhbeoea eat
beten winthe acurseof te sach,fo ad
fregt andr uen-ormitedy for the smme
pei. Form thfcrott lthen roe die
es, fourshouldnce gvnin'eue thee ulPirs
is each imorayt. an cild uderesi earsr
accorusdin ever age tWenge toigt chrue
they mhould cetaindyrhe anxpexed withun
derup anThese Pilreeasnlhertaken disc
vered excptfrnheuseosttear pefctly afe
ifrom casesh he re paid, feter by n
them.nc S.th Sring orAM thErwise
Theor saleeiy cure t~s diadhesead
tene itHe Scdiou t he stroach
Aril 17er usflreey f 21ume
howe coplin uscinr hvealo formdapre
tosour shorl the grie in- Law.eua pr
tion eac day H a hildLrsa s,
accrdng o ge Whe gi. e M O chilen,
h e.19 S . tCAMBEL ,.
The State ofS. Carolina
At a General Assembly begun and holden at
Columbia on the fourth onduy in Novem.
ber, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight *hundred and rorty-three, and from
thence continued by divers adjournments to
the 19th day of December in the same year.
A Bill to aler and amend the first sectta of the
third article of the Constitution.
B E it enacted, by the Senate and House
of Representatiyes. now met and .sitting.
in General Assembly, that the first section of
the third article of the Constitution be altered
and amended to read as follows:-" The judi
cial plower shall be vested in snch sfuperior and
inferior Courts of Law and Equity, as the Le
gislature shall from time to tine direct and es.
tablish;" the judges of each hereafter to be
elected shall hold their edmmissions during good
behaviour untill they have attained the age of
sixty-five years, bnt no longer i and the Judges
of the Superior Courts shall at stated timds re
ceive a compensation for theii sertices which
shall neither be increased nor diminished dur
ing their continnane in ofice, but they shall
receive no fees of perqnisites of office;rhor hold
any otherciffide of profit or trust under this State,
the United States or any other power".
In the Senate House, the nineteenth day of
December, in the year or our Lid one thou
sand eight hundred aid forty-three. We
certify that the above bill has been read dur
ing the present Sessiomn three times in the
House of Representatives; and three times in
the Senate, and w-s agreed to by two-thirds of
both Branches of the whole representation.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
W. F. COLCOCK,
President of the Senate.
- ECRETARY'S OFFICE,
Colmhin. 6th June. 1844.
I do herieby certify the foregoing to be a true
and lite-al copy of a Bill entitled "A Bill to al
ter and amend the first section of the third ar
ticle of the CoUstitution." Passed on the nine
teenth day of December, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty
three, and now in this office
Given under my hand and the seal of tlfe State
the day and year above wiitten.
W1M. F. ARTHUR,
Dep. Sec'ry. of State.
Ti-E Ilouti dk RE#REsENTATIvES,
December 17, 1844. I
Resolved, That the Clerks of the Senate and
House of Representatives, do cause the Bill
passed by this General Adsembly, entitled "A
Bill to alter and amend the first section of the
third article of the Constitution," to be publish
ad three months previous to the nest General
Elections for members of the General Assem
bly. agreeably to the provisions of the Consti
Resolved, That the House do agree to the
Oidered that it be scat to the Senate for con
By order, T .W. GLOLER. c. n. a.
IN THE SENATE,
Decemher 19, 1843.
Resolved, That the Senate do concur In the
Ordered, That it be returned to the House of
WM. E. MARTIN, c. d.
July 10 4m 24
State of South Carolina.
IN THE CGOM1MON PLEAS.
Josiah J. Ryan, Declaration in POT
WVm. F itzroy. Cr Attachment.
Vosiah J. Ryan, Declaration in
Fitzroy & McInnia. ~ inent.
T1HE Plaintif's having this day filed
..their declarations in the above st ated
cases in tny office, and the defenu~lants
having no wife or attorneys known to he
within the limits of this State, on whom a
copy of said declarations with a rule to
plead can he served: It is ordered. that
the said defendants do plead to the said
declarations, within a year and a day
from the publication of tihis order, or fintl
and absolute judgment will be awarded
GEO. POPE, c. c. v.
Clerk's Office, May 6, 1844.
May 8, 15 ly
State of South Carolina.
Oliver Simpson, ?Declaration
J. G. E-ckler. - in Foreign Atachment.
Tl H E Plaintif' having this day filed his de
Rclaration: in my office, and the defend ant
hav'g no wife or attorney, known to be withica
the State, on whomr a copy of thme sain., with a
rule to p lead, can be served: It is ordered, that
the' defendant plead to the said declaration,
within a year and a day, or final and absolute
judgenment will be given against him.
G EO. POPE, c. c. in.
Cleik's Office. 16th March. 1844
March 20 ly 8
State of South Carolina,
Elam Burkhakter, and others'? Bill for
Charles Powell, and others. Priin
IT appearIng to .the satisfaction of the
Commimsioner, uhat the Defendants.
Susannah, Seratny, William, John, Mary.
Elizabeth, and - Parkman, reside
beyond tbe limits of the State, on motion
by Bomnham, Comp's. Solicitor, Ordered.
that the said defendants do plead, answer
or demur to complainants bill. within
three months from the publication of this
order, or the said bill will he takenpr
confesso against them.
S. S TOMiPKINS, c. E. E. D
Commissioner's Office. July 16. 1844.
July 17, lam3m" 25
Wines, Brandy, Gin, &c.
M A LAGA, Teneriffe, Port., Sherry, andI
.itadeira WINES, .- .
Amterican and Holland GIN,
American and Cognac BRANDY,
Old Peach and.Apple do.
A fresh supply ofrchoice PORTER and A E.
.in quarts and pints. .For sale by
IA . KENRICK.
Hamburg, Aprir20. f'. 13 -
A CHOICE ARTICLE, for sale by
H. A. KENRICK.
mburg- Nov. 25 . t f 14
Hi rinind the putblic. tb'ha
-eived a-large.nddresh snplyuo'f
ielectedby one.of.the-firm.*i Ny. Y
on, Phldlphia, Baltiunore a Id Clial
vhich in addtioni ti'theii forme sto'kic'i
rises thilargest and-eitlissorne flht 'of
tver offered in this market consisting'in - i
is follows: -
40 hhds. Porto Rico. New Oilean, an'
St Croii Sugars,..
350 bags Rio. 'uba, e'rto Rico. St Do
mingo. Java, andi1ochia 'Uoffee
70hhds. West lidia Molasses,
10.tierces Cuba , do.
35 bbls. New Orleans do.
70,000 lbs. Bacon. Hains,Sides& Shoulders
80,000 " Swedelron,.assoited sizes,
5,000 " English do.
.3,000" .Band and Hoop Iron,
3,000 " NailRods & Horse Shbeshapes.
2,000 - Cast, Gbrmian,& Blistered Stebl,
200 setta Wagon Boxes,
1,700 sacks Salt. (bleached sacks,
2,000 bushels Salt, in bulk, .
250 pieces Gunay Bagging,
1,000 lbs. Bagging T winle, ( Weaver,'e)
150 coils Manilla Bale Rope,
100 do Hemp do do
1,500 yasds Osnuburgs,
5,000 lbs. double refined-Loaf Sugar,
3,000 " - " - cru'shed do.
3.000" powdered . .. . -.do.
1,000' single refined Loaf' do.
20 boxes Turpennue Soap,
10 " Sperm Candles.
20 " Hull's patent.Candles,
0 tierdes 'resh ground Rice
-,000 lbs, White Lead No- I Union Mills.
25 bbl. Canal Flour, (choice brand.)
40 doga dining, parlor, rocking and
7enses Hats n'nd Caps,
150 casks Stone Lime. (in fine ordei,)
20 kegs Di unt's FFF g Powder,
1,000 lbs. Bar Lad,
40 boxes Window Glass8x10& 10112,
130 bags Shot, assorted sizes,
2,500 pair-, Shoes.
Tea; Pepper, Spice; Ginger, Chocolate. Cia
iamon, AlmondS. Starch, Nutniegs. flnechew
ing Tobacco. Negro Uloths ,Blankets,'-Shoe
Thread, Cotton Yarn; *Cotton Cardq, Wool,
Cards, Tacks, Sieves. Plough L'rnes, Indigo,
H adder, Blue Stone, Copperas, Epsom Salts,
Linseed Oil, Lamp Oili a (superior article,)
race Chains, Fifth Chains, Smoothing frois.
brass bound cedar Buckets; horse Buckets,
Pails, Tubs. Keelers, Willuiv Wagons, nests
SIBLEY & CRAP(JN:
Hamliurg July. 1,1843. tf 23
Priting Paper, Type, Presses, Ink, 4-c.
T1E1 Subscrib,-ru having completed
their arrangements for keeping on
hatd a general assortment of every artiele used
by the craft. They have now on hand, and are
TYPE, of all kinds put up in founts
Hoe's PRESSES. Washington and Smith
Do Iking Machines, Furniture. Rule,
Do Cases, Chases. Staids, Gulleys, &c.
Johnson's (Phila.) News and Book Ink,
Prout's (New York) do do
Printing Paper of all .izes and qualities,
Foolscap. Folito Post and Letter. Paper,
Enamellea and Cotmion blank'Cards, &c.
The Type we offelietiithe trade is from the
well known nianufactory of W4.:Hag'er.& Co.
New York. warranted. o -t hes-imtial, and
cast by hand. Type from-other ft'uae-ries will
however be furnished when requited. The
character at Hol's machinery is so well known
to Printers generally, that we cofisider it unie
cesary to recommend it to thet. All orders
for their Mlaclhine or Hand Presses, .or any
other article manufactured by them will be ex
ecuted by ns on the New York terms.
BURG ES & JAIMES,' ,.
6 Broad-street. Charleston, S. C.
197 Printers in Georgia, North and South
Carolina. who copy the above any nunbee of
imes during the year 1844. will he allowg$5
in settlement of their accounets wherdhe.ex
:eed $30. Those who do not inton'd to'deal
with tus, will please not copy.
April24 6t 13
. ~3:. E AST.BAY.
CH.ARLESTON, S. C.
JOSE PH W ALKE R, Agent of John:
T. Wnite's TYPE and S'.EIIo'YPE Foozx
DRY, has cona taultly on hated an extensive as.
13 russ hude, tCases, Chases Compouing
And every article required mc a Printing O~ice.
All of which will be inrnishedi amt L'ew York
prces. actual e'xpensesonely added.
The reputation uofthis Foundry is beelieved to
be folly established, hav'ing beeni fouded up.
wards of'Thirty .Ye'ars. aned reference is coenti.
dently imaee tee many leading Journals of the
Newspaper of all sizes. Mledium Doubl
News, Dook. and Colored inks, of tife best
qnality anid leowest.prmces. .
Blank Book Maufatactory,;
PAPE R AND STA T1ON.RY~ r
Always sen hand, a large assortment dt'BrLiia
Boozs.exmade of the best paper.andl botmd in
the strongeste manner. Bnn iks, Publie zOf
fiees. Merchants snd others, can have :'
Account Booeks rule'd and bound i~~~
tern, in the beat mnne'r. at lowestrees.T
Also.-A large stock of' WRIT
of all kinds, for sale'low.~
Also,-An estensive assortment oi'FJNli At4
TIONERY, of every ki-nd,includingBiani
and.Enuamelled Cards. . . W p
Also,-BINLDERS' M A TERALiS ofilkinde,
Paste Board, Leather, &c,
May 22 . .
Drought to thJu
OF iji ies. a neg man ii calls
himself SAM, al nyib elngs
a Mr. Whitehead, who ~i ~ son j
suckhead.'Crel an Brl ~ Ga
aid felleiwis. about five f'es~sdahalf' .s
tches high, very dark. co Eriliio and'.
etween forty five sad fil yersof age.
le has lost one of lhis-froun b end has
S'esmall scar on, iin ~ lenafirst
eroht to Jail .Ice ihad alstihite. im-..
elf'.out. signed "Johno arnsn.'imird thien
aid his name was Rube H, ys his 1
eresene owner porchasedti nii Charles
The owneris regelestd ~~frwi-d;
erove property, iay chargd e k hiR
wav, otherwise he will he ,dW imb as :
ee law directs. ..
H. GOOD'MJ N ailor
August 14 .- tf
ANIEL ABBEY, Sad' *4Irwess r
EMaker, informesleis friend 4 pb, s
i generally, that he bps remnoved1 sh-e..%
nent to his old-standl, adIjmoinig thi '1feoS.j
. Goode,. where he~ wilbe hap i e '
hem withaufattilesa inis lteijae ..
: BVLL'lIS DJST C'2
hnizfotin of Mr7PrriflC!'hRJtst
a.Flieiior :'Ordered, that zh- ia o ~ F
ocie hre months tiotCO ncehbflAn~
dIannir,-awl dsuch other-p
p~oerg t lhe creitors
te QOtlinary of A bliville Distiict~ nod~,r
is-well'-Os ithasehaving demands fnin%
9,s individu ceditoirs ;tmeo
whose deniandM. I o
jieri V paid f his ii toss .comein ef re
vie said Cmisiojsr i pr
wanad, alidwihat' em ea a o4
comein pa prote thecrmeeand onbir
a peremaptory day to h8 ythe
from the peubliCa,tton ofrthe-sa&'ee ab
excldded fromu the' benefits of-thi .
[Signe nd Its.
In -pursua'nce ofthe said DeastaI
ippoint. Fridye die :..rst eday 'ofN ii1eM
nexton,orlhefniewhi e crditors
Comm'-s, O e, 1 Jne
E DG EVIELD LST
IN Th E COkLMM P-1". I
7UALBERT C HEATHAM ~ia ee
darrested; amidis now finid whith
bounds ef the Jail ofEdge'feldlisict by-vrte
uf acapias ad saisfacieiiduinn, ' h sik F,~
John- B. lmes and BViler W
fled his~petition. -withra'schedule 07~b'~
his whole estaid uaiid etefltsiwith the -',O4"
ifobtaining the ben6tifte A *ts A
erat Assemebly, commonly calfed the JnsWzr
P'ublic optice is i ryie
tione of the said Tlinc~dbatruim wlb~er
and considered in fhe C'lert of. -
for Edgefield Dismrit,atEdgei~ld Codios~~
on the 9th -day
days the C ourt ny U r: ter
bommeneiigr on tie fir ti' oday'43v - 'i!b i
'ixt, ats.aid place'; and ell the
Talber. Chetha n are h'reby Wh~i eV"
sonally, or byuitorn effiiie ztu~i e
Court. to show ecase. f n .ean, -h
the lienefit of the Acts af) dsirt be
iranted,to.the scid Tieb
his exeAutiig the assijnment rW'ihi
Acts aforesaid -- : L -
Snte-a y of Uc0berie
bo cinis (if the Jiirif'E g
tue oef twv Wi: a~rs i atiiii a
it the suits oh.hiin . Gloersi
seld Hollings4 fiavingI ht idt
with a schedule; -loath. o.
and efects. wiith die purpoct a
benefitof he Ats-ofthe
sommoenly called the Inseolven -b~isAc.t
;Fuilic notice is hereb
tion of the said Benjamnin J.Fdnes -e~1
te~d cocnsideared in the Court ofA6m i
Ir BEgetield District.~at Fdge'feldC fue
the nla day olde
ather day as the Court may ordl;~illif h
term, coummencinge on the finMit d'ay
rLrtober next, at said lplace; and tlesad
ores of thce'ail lHetjamn F- Jones, are hereby.
ucmmnoredl peresmnalff'-or by atonehy, the-n and
here. irr said C.zrto show cause, if any they
:an. W~hy the begsfil. of the Acts aforesaad.
thould not be grnted to thie sid Benjaiunng~d
loes, upon has. execnu theii assignment re
luired by the Acts aforesaid.
I.'THofi G BACeN,c. c - r
-*July . 1843S. 3m
State of South
IN T HE COM.WA kkPLES.
ABRA HAaM W. ROA4J hwlo.is noi.
it the custody, of 1 ti .; of Edgeaeld
District- by virtubof tiesirrendeof his bail,at
lie suit orLt. 'Trapiiiliavindllebl hiseitiona.
eith a schiedule, _'&-odh. of hiswh'le estate
mid efflicts. witthe iurpose of obtaining the
enefits of theeAts ofthe General Assembly,
ommnonly calledthe Insolvent Debtors'Acts,
Public notice is hereby givenThatthe eti
Ion of theisaidAbraha'in W. Roach- will be'
eard and considered in be Court of Common
Pleas for Edgefield District. at Edgeeid Court
otise on the inth day of October next, or ot
inchjither day as the'Court may _6 der. during
heeterm, comnenimg o the first noday in
Deteber next, at said place; and all the credi
os rithe said Abraham W. Roach, are hereby
aimuned liersoncally or by attorney. thean and
,ieiuin said Court.'to shew u anse, if any they
an,Why the benefitofthe Actsafenesaid should
t be r-rteadt'the said Abraham W. Roach,
ion his executing the assignment.reqsired'by
heAts afeeresaid. -- -
- tHi0. G. BACON, o c.P.E D.
Clerk's fje July 5, 1844. 34
State of south Caroiina.
NNf TH $iuOMMU1N PL EAS.
C HAR D IfAKINSON: whoe has b'eeir'
E'ai-rested, andis'now con6ned withinitbe:
ounids of the Jail of Edgefield Districta by vir.i
tie:of a Writ of Capmips ad Respondendumi;.ate ]
lii"init of Jasper Gibbs,hbvine his'dayfiled'
msi peiition,~wdta ahidale onoathf iii'
,h'ee estate and ~eets,E wuth~ ie purbpais of
baigijig;the benefit ofthe Aetsbftgteb(eneral
Lseoabl2of r e said State,: cominonlyg.called
~PibliceNutibe?is boriby ivsifto tie3 said
asper Gibba,'and ill atier suag credijits, and:
thers-interessted, . that: tIse .petition ofthe said,
tioharal Hanckinesoi will be- hs-ard auid consid
red in the Cosrt of Coimmoi Plesfor EdW.
ld District, at Edzfsfid Cduftt Honet
'hnisdaf the tenhdag of Oefaber'nektt or oa
itc other day thereafier, as. the Court 1anayc
rderduring the ternm,comnmentcing on thefirsar
lenday of. October- nextat iid.ac Suandi -
lIthe- creditoareof thaesaid Richard. ankinsoni.
re hereby squimoned, personally,'or bysattor,
ey, then anddihere in-said Court,'-to l)ikY&
use, if any they-cani, .why hebenefifefthe
its aliresald~unhould otbedranted to the sai4
tiohard-Hankinsein, pon I4s- complying withi
to requitinons iife law' tanueh case -made
ud provided. -*
THlOS:.G: BACON ~ -~o-e
CLSrf'jicc, July-tJ1844 .
July 10 -Sn, 24.
State of South (aroi H~
-ED'EFlELD DISTR. T.
1dthe Abbevilea.Fide'Ndtced Road~
bouit three mileafrom'Gilgal ChurchtolIsbe.
>re me, a large daksre- S .aee
ateen ant seventeena hands lighe' or tiei
ears old,-hotht hind feet' wie.Witutione
oo on wbh'tak~n upindeniehatnmagei e
ith the gear. A edeat$25. -
May 13~ 184 -. 2P 4: 1