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SONGOF T HE SALT RIVER WHIGS.
Tzii~.:-Canadian boat song."
e list to our faneral chime,
HfiflWY out in tone and time,
HiM -en the star of the west grows diim,
iingat the "jug" a parting hymn;
Row brothers, tow; the staeama runs deep
Wake itp Vebster; you're fast asleep!
SteAdily our shallop is homeward hound
Hloarselythe ripple ismurtring round
Listen!:ou. fugleman raises-tle songe
And its burden is, "Joese, oh Jim akl. ig/.
* Roi brothers, row;-the streamruns fast;
Salt river is gained, and our glory's past
Our motey is gone, nd our bills are due;
Credit, dear! credit, dear! Where are you
Loafers and pipers, nao more we'll dine
On bacon boiled in Falernian wine.
Row brothers. row; the stream runs fast;
The glory-of cider and sin is past.
Swifdv we near the arid shofe,
Puffing and tugginzg the heavy oar;
Sadly we sit oan our thread-aare clotla.
Fishing for. meat in our colnskini broth.
Row broiliers, roi; th'e'stream runs swift;
Rouse up, Harry, and giveats a lift!
Merry we've been ii) days gone by.
Pleasure has beained from our lordly eye,
But now the autuma of joy is come ;
Onr sentence is past. anad we -nacomb.
Rest brthers, rest, tho distance is past;
Salt river is gained and we are rast.
Hlere,where the carrion buzzard flies,
Pickinag out faminie's insatiate eyes,
We'll ,eat our shadows, and blow away,
Licc aist froan a mountain tall and gray.
Dif, brothers, die; oar day is past
Salt river nurnurs our dirge at last."
From the Floridian
THE LAZY.MAN'S SOLILOQUY.
I am a very lazy nan,
I never will deny it.
For every thing I say or do,
Would certainly belie it.
I am the very laziest ann
That mortal ever saw,
For if I had any ineat to cook,
I'd rather eat it raw.
I am a very lazy nan,
The ladies-tley too know it.
For at they'd take a kiss. I'd be
Too lazy to bestow it.
I am a very lazy anan,
The fact there's no denying,
I have no wife to spur me tap,
Or noisy babies crying.
I'm one of those right lazy men,
A lively woman scnrns,
And graces such a husband with
An antling pair of iorus.
There's no stchI very lazy tatan
E'erhad I wife as yet.
And ih'be h.ad. 'would surely be
All he would ever get.
And when 1'.% Called a lazy :nan,
I surely w.,uld not braaok it.
But that I'd raither lose any aaeal,
Than take the painus to cook it.
I shaoul perhaaps make those bad men
l-'oa saach abuse-repent it,
Dat I'am for everhiastiaagly
Too lazy to tesenat it.
MASON AND) DIXON'S LINE.
To answer iaquiaies. whaich have beetn
made of us aby letter from a friend andl to
save the trojuble of inquiry to others, con
cerning the origin andl precise imapora of
this term, so often uased ina paublic diseus
giona to designate the line of divisin he
tween thae States in which slaves are still
held and those in which they are anot. we
insert the following. wihich %I e tuppose to
give a corwect acouint of 'he mna tter:-Nat.
"MAsaJN AN~D Dassos's LINE -Tlhis
boundarv is so teraned fromta tthe uname of
Charles~.Mou~ and J. Dixon. alae j.ena
themen appoiaaed to runa amtfiaml.ad lines
in 1761, betri oen Penansylvania ;and .UTnray.
land, oan the territories5 suabject to tae anirs
of Penn aatun Lord Baltiamore. A te:S'po.
rary line hait bee.. rtan int 1736. bta haad
not-givetn satisfacttionl to thte dispiating piar
ties abahoug.h it restulted from an agree
mneaat, 1739. hetween thaemaselves,. A de
cree had been maade in 1618. lay Kinag
James, delineating th ba loundraries he:weien
the lands giveo by charter:an the first Lordl
*Baltimore,'and-ihase -idjudlged to hi-, Ma -
dshi a'h.atewrd to William Penan.)
whih dvidd te tackof land hetnaa een
side, 'ahdithetCeenpeake -Bay on ahe
other, h-j'~ hami equally intersecting it,
diraen~frontCape Hentaaopea n alth 4th
degr~sof north latituade YA decree* ina
chan*i'erj rendered his King's decree m
perative.-But the situaaion of Henulopen
became tong a subjecr of serious, protrac
ted, and expensive liaigaatioo. part icularly
after the death of Penn. in 1718. and of
Lord Baltitmore, an 1714, till. John anad
Richbard and Thtomas Pentn, (who lad, be
come the spl'e proprietmare of the A meriican
psse'sons of their father William.) and
eiU~ai Lord Baltimnore, graindson of
Chiaigind great gi-and'son of Cecilins
the oiigtnal pastentoe, entered into an
agreemaent on tiiel -10 of M ay. 1722. .To
this agreemnent i'ehart was appaended
which ascertained the sit'e of Cape Henlo.
pen, and delineated- a division'by an easa
:andiwest line runuinug westward froiaa-that
ape to the exact maiddle of the peninsula.
* aord Balitimore became dissatisfied with
-thisn agreement, and he endeavored to in'
Validate .it. Chancery suits. kingly de
ere.aiid6proprietary .arrarngeoents fol
1owedew~ichb eventually produced the
appoittrefoff commissioners to run the
teajporary liiieg This' was affected itn
*1739.' But the cause in chancery beitng
desided in 17.59. nea comnmissiners were
appointed. whoa couald noutilhdwever,'agree.
and the question remaained Opeatill 1761.
whiztr line was run by Mecssre"Miison
RULES FOR LADIES.
Marry not ;I profane ma. beefause ie
depravity of his heart wvill corrupt Yom1
children and embitter your existence.
Marry nit a gamble. a tippler, or a lie,
quiier oftaerns, -becau-e be who haw
no regard for himselfswill ue.ver have :n%
fir his wife.
Marry not a man who makes promises
which ie never perrorms, because you cnn
never trust him.
Marry tint a man whose actions do nor
correspond with his sentinienis. beeanus
the pasia. h-ive dethrtned reason I
he is.prepared to commit every crime tu
which an evil nature, unrestrained, can
instigate him The state of that man wh
regards not his own ideas of right and
wrong is deplorable, and the less you have
to do with him the better.
Marry not a man who is in the nabit of
runnint after all the girls in the country,
because his affectioins are coitinually wia
vering. and therefore, never can he per
-I Marry not a man who neglects his
business, if 'ie does so when sigile, lie
will do worse when married.
Gaibling.-Let every young man -
void ahl'saris ofgaiblinig as he would poi
son. A r man' or a boy. should never
allow himsic toss up a penny. for a hall
4f this iI enihAe beginning of'a habiit of
gamilling, ind his rainons crime often
creeps, on by degrees.-Whilst the labor
ing man is mindinihis work, lie is playing
the best game, and i4sure to win. A gam
bier tiever makes anygod use of his money
even if he should win he openly gambles
the more, and he itoaften reduced to beg
gary and despair. He is often tempted to
eonimi crimes for wiidfc his life is forfeit
eit to his country M e.rhaps he puts an
end to himself,- and fo-Iis Miserable exis
tence. . If he wins be injuries a coin
panion, or a friend. -,And how can any,
honest man enjoy money gained in such
We copy from the Caddo Gazetie the
following official statement of Texas in
ports into Louisiana, for thirteen nonths,
ending June.30. 1844.
OFFicK oF INsPECToR OF CUSToMsS,
Shirevepirt, La., Sept. 17, 1844.
Sir: Herewith:i hand you a statement
of cotton, and other a -ticles of the gron% th,
produce and mariufacture-of the lIepub
lie ol Texas,. Entered. Reported at, and
Cleared fron this office, as per Manieit
flir New Orleans, froist the Jlt June, 143.
it t ie 30 h of June, 1844. uclusive.
R spectfully, 3 our otb't serv'I.,
A:S. WIT HERS, Inspector.
11. G. BA-TTL. Editair Cattdo Guzetie.
Coapon, No. Bugs, 14,970
Peitries, "- -Packs, 161
Hides. - - of 287
Snake Root, I Saeks, . 15
ranned Leather, " Rol.ls, 12 -
Otter Skins, " Bundles, 11
The Sabbath.-In New York Senate
more than 1.200 captains of canal boats
have signed petitions, tintt the locks may
not he opened on the Sabbath.-M ore
haun eighteen otnt of t wenty of all the boat
meat who have seen the petitioins. have
signed the sane. anti all theforwcarders
from Nen% York to Buffalo.
Murder of a Minlister.-.1r. Devore, a
minister of the Gospel, was murde-red in
the Choctaw Nation on the 6th -At. lie
had been ott visit to Texas, and was re
Iurning to his home in Missouri. He hatl
with him $8250 in monitey, whlich wats aill
stoleni from himt with t he exception fi 60
suppotsedt to have been overlooked by the
assa ssi ns,
Out of Plac.-Peursons openinitg political
meetitngs by pirayers. Ii would he about
as appropriate to) begin a duel with lihe
dixology-or a miilling mraatch by itvokintg
a blessing fromn heaver,. Dtd the devil a'
his prayenrs belbre he erneretd paradise?
Self Propelling Buggy.-We notiCe an
ad' ertisteent in the Ktngs'tn W'hig,-hv
J attis Crane, antnotnteittg thait he "wouhI
exhibi" on a road in the vicinity of Kint.a
iii, a self propellingi hucgy. Its power is
gat otn the principtle of the motion cifa
clock or w atcht." What doa 1ou Ihintk of a
gentleman nalking otte and witdiiig up
his vehicle for half a daty's ride? H orse
feed andi horse flesh mut st certainly fall
abmt t thcse timesA
Law.-A celebrated barrister retired
from thte practice, wias otne day aketd his
sincere opinion of. the law. 'WVhv. the
fact is,' rejtined he 'if atny man were to
claim the Coatl uponi my bacek and threaten
my refusal with a lawsuit, he shouild cer
tily htave it, lest ini defending my Cont,
I should lose my waistcoat also."
The Grennville Monantainneerof the 11th
itst. says, A Cotton stalk was left ar~our
office a'fewv datys since by Willis Benson,
Esq., of ibis Districi, wvhich is full eight
feet bigh and well supplied with unusually
large holls. Mr. B. informs us that it is
called the "twin Cottton." and that his
field contains r.many simiilar pilants, atnd
even larger ones. . We contsider the arti.
ele a curiosijy, especially for a montaini
The most beautiful arrayj of F'lowoers
May be produced by taking an eider s alk,
pntthintg out the pith. aind placing~ witint
the stalk a variety of seeds, whose flow
rs hloisotm aboiut the same time, atnd brn
ryitng the-stalk in the earth* When they
sping ap/the sprouts form theumeives in,
i one stalk, anid whetn blasimine it hag
he various kinds of flowers according to.
the seed planted in the stalk. 'This is a
beautifuil discovery, and well worth the
A Flint.--The Richmond Star sayss
Folks w nho don't like the svay pagers are
edied..oughi to ask le ave to purin'a'spee
ien ocrib. riahi- sort. A ny editor viii be
glad to: give'such individua fibh|nee at
any time. Wo woud-jus~f fhi~futor
seeing them ett': tp an hed by the.
ritics, afterwards.- E ve . m'~ Who thinks
it easy to edit aspaiperiMy-~ri anti
to universal acceptance-,oushl 8fy~t
May be he wouild succesJ.diidltfo woul
be better etititled to a, .reard, thian
the discoveer of nerntarnnotiounm
H Au ijkGW, S. C.
1 H E Subscribers have coiected them
selves in the WARE-HOUSE AND
COM.%MltIN BUdINESS, at the old stand of
. WA'LKERt. nider the firm of
WALKER & PEARSON.
They would beg leave lo offer their services
to their friends and the public generally. in the
transaction of a Cosixssios BusiEss, in all
its branches. They me prepiared to attend 11)
the Sale. Storage and Shipping of Calln. Ba
con. Flour. and atiter Produce. lieceivig and
Fourwarding Goods. purchasing to order, &c. &c.
They feel assur-d Iron Ehe faivorable location
of their ,v are-Houise, well known to the pub
lic as the WATER Pti.)I)F VARE 1OUSE.
and for itq many advaemages in point of location.
and from the long. experience of M r. Walker in
tmw Cotton btsiniess. ,vho will devote his per
sonal: ntentioen to the sales of Cotton; and
from their determination to devote their nndi.
vided attention to the butsiness. they will be
able to give general satisfaction.
Theircharges will be fors,-I iingcotton25cents
per hale; for shi1 ping do.124 ceilts; for selin : all
other prioduece24 per ecent ; 25 cents pl puck
age for receiving and lorwarding Merchandise.
No commission wihl he charted our customers
for the purchasing of goors. Having a fine
Wh.rf attached to mn Ware-House., no
Wharfhe will becharged on C(otton .:nsi-i ted
to . our care. either for sale or to be shipped to
Savaiiah or Charleston. Liberal adyices on
ppoduce consigned -o us. will be-made when
We pledge ourselves not tospecilate in or
purchase one bale of Cotton, but devote aii un
divided attention to the interest ofonr customers
which we hope will insure us a libetal ptatroir
WALKER & PEARSON.
I. L. PEARSON.
I avail myself of the present occasion to re
turn my thainks to my friends and parons fir
their liberal splilport duritg the past four years;
and I assure them I properly 6ppreciate their
kindness and confidei:e.; and in return will
use my best jer-onal efforts to prot et their
intetest when ronifided to Walker & Pearson.
for whom I would solicit your cifidence and
September 4. 32
GENERAL COaM3118-1ON BUSINESS
Water Proof, and No Mistake
WJal i: #10 U 8 E,
A I.% BIT,, . S. C.
1 11 E Subscribersstill contiei at the above
-U stated to RECEIVE and STORE, DELL or
Cotton, Flour. Bacon, &c.
ibECEIVE AND Ie''wARD
Pur-l-;ie GOO DS to order, &c. &c.
Produce sem to, hem %% ith instructions as to
its disposal, slial be tnoprvTY attenled to, and
oreers. ill every instance. strictly obeyed.
Feelieg grateful for past favors. they respect
fully solicit a continuance of the same -
11 .. JF.FFERS~& CO.
I-lamburg, Augnst 24. 18A4 6m 31
Medical College of Georgia,
H, E auitial course' of Lectures iiI this In
t- stiuntion, will commence uen Monday, 11th
Antatomy--George M1. Newton, M1 D
surgery-P F. Eve. Al. 1).
Institalesand Practice of Mcdicinc-L D Ford,
Physiology and Patlhologicat- Anatomy-L. A
Dugas .\. D.
Materia Medica and Theraputics-1. P Garvin.
0baerics-J. A. Eve. 31, D.
Chemistry and Pharmacy-Alexander Means,
Dmonstrator of Anaaomy-[H. F. Campbell,
Clitmcal Leetures will be delivered at thle
City liospital, which is uinder the charge of the
Fees for the ll course, $110 00
Mlatricnlation to be taken once, 5 00
PracticatlAnatomry. to he titkeni once. 10 00
Surgical operations will hbe performede gratu
itosly. wheni broiight he fore the dcas
Gooid bosard may be obtaiined in the city from
$1-2 to $15 per month.
G. M1. NEWTON, Dean.
Sep. 11 33 ft
t ihl lS In-ntiitation wdll be opened~ upon
n. n extensive scale by 31 R S. S. H
.11OISE on Tuesday, the -ad oft Ictober, at that
airy uendoeommodions re.sideence formerly~ucen-.
pied by the late Madame Prnd'hommne, Hud
so-stret. nlorth of thle Citadeln and two doors5
west or Meetinig st., well knmowie ns oiie of the
most salubrious locations ini the city. No paints
will be spared in procurin'g the most com peteti
and eflcietnt Assistants; tad Profesrs will be
employed to lecture upon, and illnstrate the
Sciences, as a complete Chemical and Philo
sophical Apiparaitus will be fninished.
Every bratnch comeprising a complete cotirse
of English will be taught.
Also, French. Spanish, Italian, Veocal atid
Insttnmenttal M1 neic o~n the H ar p. Pianto and
Guitar. Drawing, Paitiing arid Duancoug.
Yung Ladies will be received as lgoarders,
whose studies. morals and deportmentt will he
under the immtiediate superintendence of lIrs.
A careful [lireciress will preside over the
Driitories anid 'Lantiliry, and every effort will
be made to reileef'thii Iustitutionc equal to an3
in the United States.
Those who haive completed their Ergglishm
scholtsiic course. mand desire to perfect -them
selves in M nsic. or the Languages, will lie re
ceived as Parlor Buoarders. arnd leave the benefit,
of the best Prolessors.
For English-, from $8 to $15 0U
French, Spamish and Italian, each 10 00-~
Music en thme Pianio, :.20 00~
S Harp, -- -
"~ " Guitar, -
Drawing amid Painting,
Dancing. - - -.
Bor ding, including light aned fuel. 50 0
Peupilsentered for the. whole term, wvill be~re
eived at a less price thian by the single smirter.
Charleston, So. Ca:, Se pt. 1st, 1544. 1
- - REFSERs
His Excefleney, George W. Crawford,
H onJohn P.Kings,. - -
H on. JobmiW. Wildie,
Rber f'. PooE., :
Rev. C. S Dodd, Auzguta~
Dr. .'W. Stokes. 1 amb
DrJaiesH. Grifin, [ nmbrg.
P H. Elmore.Esq.,
Wn Deirin ,. Esq., - -Charleston
Hgh Rose Banks. Esq., J..
Sept.11H 4t 33
408avatinah Republican and Edgefield Ad.
?esiter,will please copy otne a week for four I
SThJTE U1.N. C'AfRLIJJ.
VS. Bill l.a
Charles Banks and others. Parntaon.
OTIt'E is hereby ,ivt:n. that by vir4le f
ant order from Chancellor Harper, I shal
otl*'ar tar sale, at the late JeAideiace ofAmno
Banks, deceased, on the Second Monday ~if
November next, the Real.: Estate or the sair
Amos Batiks, consisting of the oiallowingf tracts
or lands, viz:
1. The Home tract, containin! tfamr hundrec
and ninety-one :and a half(491 J) acres.jane o
less, situante ins Edgefield and Lexingtoni Dis,
tricts, adjoining lands of Capt. Jacob Lng
George Bnnks and otlers.
2. The Hnalhe trat coatanmia two huadre
(20(l) acres, more or less sitate in Edgefielt
id Lexinmytaen Districts, adjoining lanads ef.in
cob Long, H. If. S aiindaa otisers.
3. I'ne- . itcee tract, cannalaning Iwo hat
dred and seventy 1two and thre.ae-ourtlas(273,'
acres, more or less, sitiate in Edgetiell Dit
trict, adjoiniang lands of Abran Jonaes, Michae
Long and othe-rs.
4 'Th-- foberts tract, containing one tholti
salnd (1000) acres more or less gratted t(
Absaloit Roberts. sitnate iii Lexington Uis
trict, between Lightwood Cre,-k and Blae
Creek. waters of North t-disto River.
5. The Spillera tract, contaiainlg seven hiinn
dred and filiy-six (756) acres. mor or less
sitnata' in Lexinagiaton District. on 'welve 111il
Creek, wateas of Salida River. adjoininag lande
of Emanuel Taylor's, G;eoarge Craps and oith
Said lands to he sild otn a credit of aone and
two years. in eqnl annua inas ahneats exaep
so mielt as will pny the cost of this snit, whicl
must be paid in cash.
Purchasers to give hond amd approved snre
ties and motigage of the premises. to scure
the purchase moaney.
S. S. TOMIPKINS. c. E. E..D.
Oct. 5 - 5t 37
Stale of Soutia ( airoli. n
ames Blackwelland Wile. Bill for
VS. a t a Partitioan.
%Vm inimattnald otlhers
V 0I'1C . isa herety given a tat by virtue ail
.ia rder froi Chaell..r Johts.im. I shall
atder for lala o the laighest bidalter. tat Ldgefie-ld
Courl House. oti thefirst Monday in Noemiba
cext, the real e.,tate tt Lke Haran , d, cens
-d, consisting of the following tract of land,
OMe tr;act ofland, coritaitting three'hnnaadied
rnd sixty-three acro:., more o lass sitnte in]
the Itistrict attnd :-ate aforesaid. oat ri-an field
['reek. waters of Sn annal ltivaer. and t aljaum.
ing landsofchrlites Freean. Pleasant Searles
Litt leberry Freeman aud others..
Said land to be sold nit a cre'lit of one fnd
wo vears in e'guil itisir ilnaents, exc1ept so marl
!a will iay th. cost of this case. whica must b(
paid in cash. The pnchasser giving hond ant
ipproved -ireties and mo-rtgtagae at' the preni
ses to seetare the purclaise monley.
S. S. TOM PKINS. c. . tF. D.
October 9 4t 37
State of South ar'olina.
- IN EQUITY.
James Taggart. Ex'or )Pill fur Apportion
Ve. . nnt, Assets, %c.
Anroan Limax. et al. m A
ON motin ofi1Mr. Perrin, comiplainat's Sa
licitor: Ordered. that the Commissione
give three months iotire. in the Ablievillh
Banner, atnd fnch other paiper as he muty deen
proper, to all the creditors of Aloses Taggart
late Orditary of Abeville District. now le'c'd.
ts well tas those having demands tor tnoneyi
received bv him as Ordmnar as afor. said. a:
his individial creditors. at the time oft Ihs death
whlosederands have not been ftlly and pria
perly paid by his Exectitor. to come in befor
the said Camnissianer. and prnve- their de
mantds; antd that anch air tm as'shall nol
come in and prove their ademtands. an. or befort
a peremptory daty, to be fixeid by the Commtis,
sioner which aday sha I! be at least tha ee mnonthr
from the puablienition of thte sauid notice. shall be
excadetd from the benefits of this Decree.
In puartnance of aha stid Decretal Orader
rppoinat Fridlay. the first day aof Novemnbe
text. on. air hefot e which, thec creaditors as afore,
(id will appear before ame, anad prove theit
H.n ,~s. A. JONES, C. E. A. D.
ComrOffice, 19) June. 1844.
Jnly 33-m3 23
stilte of' So1Uth (CirPoNii.
IN THlE CG.1IMUN PLEAS
Jasinhl J. IhRa an Declaration in For
WV m. Fit zroy. g Aacmst
Jaosiaha J. Ryan, Dedaration in
-vs. . . F orezgn Attack
Fitzroy & Mclunnis. ment. b
'T"E l Plaitntif's having this .day 1i1
Ithaeir decartians in the:ahove sater
ases in my oflice, and- the dlefetalantt
tving n wife or amlaurneyw knpwn to be
ivihina the limits of this State, an whom
:opy of said declarations with a .rnle te
plead cain he served: It is ordered. thal
'te said defetndanas daapleadd to the saik
loelartions, within a year -and .a da~
aom the publicatiotn of this order, or fiaa
md bsolu~e judgment will be'awardec
GEO. POPE. c. c. f.
Clerk's Ottice, May 6, 1844.
May 8, 15 1.v
State of Soutil .'arolina.
EDGEFIE LI DlDISTRICT.
ates Wrennt,Joishuta Harris ')
anid others, .9pllictams, vs. |Part it ion for
Wat.Wrenna. Macka Wrenan thec sak. of
and J:acksona Wrenn, De ( Real Estate.
T appearing to my satist'oetion,- that Wm
KWreun, MI ack Wrennt,anid Jackson Wretni
Detedants, resides wvithoutt ibis State. it it
Iereforeordered.trhait they do appeatr and oh
ect to the divisiont or sale of thelReal Estate ao
Bates Wrentn, sen., decentsed, ota or before the
rst Moandny in Jatnary ntext. or their cotmaent
o the same will be entteraed of record.
- JOH-N RILIL.o. E .D.
Oct 1. 1844 12w 36
LF Persons itndebted to the Estate of the
lata, Samuel F. A. McDaiwell, decease-d
ro reqtested tao make imtina-dinate paymenrm, and
i paraots havinaa demntda. against thme. .state
r~sid ecased are regnested to present them
6lyatt'ested within, the time prescribed by
ALE'XANDE10 McCATNE, Adm'r..
etmb41 4~ . 3t 32 -
R OM 10 to 12,O0-IECOUNTRY BA
CON,.4 iimeautiiloju~st resivsed -and
inrsale by -81BLEYI& C
kor Pub~shing a Weekly Iewpprgn ac le
-sof iabpre p''
TO.a~hu it#!r b1XTUD
GIrE Us BUT. LIGHT.
HE Subicriber does not deem it necessi
r my to maketany apoology for the ei.itblisl
ilent of a new gatper ni .>ii District. or th.
place. 1e knows that- the.wealth Ond the i
telfligence of ihe people ie this Section ire ar
ply suificient tob'suppotrt aniili-r journal, all
he believes that the wantz' of the caommiunity-i
a place ol the gsrowig imfortance dnd rapidi
mcreasing commerce of 'Hauiburg, are sucn a
to demand it.
He hopes by his untiring zeal, and -his.set
ions attention to the- iiterests .of his sutbscr
bersa, to' receive a liberal share of the plubli
patronage. If ivill always' h.his aini to sprea
before themis, in his coliusois ,'he: ehasiest ai
most useful il morination on all 'aobjtcts, lic
comne legitimately within his province. 'Ifh
liil in this enterprize, to coiunaini success h
will at least have tfie proud cosasciotisiess
havinaj deserved it.
in appfeariig before the public, in the chai
acier of it cotiniuctor of a journalf the questil
is iiturally askd. what are the priuciples it
tended o be' advocateso? We rePlj. ilat' %
will advoicate, i eairlessly; the cause.'fUDems
crucy, favinig at il tirnes an eye single to tth
safety af our own beloved State, and its irist
The eevation 0t JA3 EsK. PoLK.and GEbnG
M. DALLAS, 10 the respective stations to whic
they ihave been nominated by the voice of th
Demsocraie ptirt, will receive our most heai
ty sippoert We will oppose the preseit Ti
ril. aad tii tact any uther, vt hich hala for il
object the jtrul'eetion of the blanufacturng it
ierest. tit the :njury of tie prtoducers of th
great staples of tue country. W e are inot ti
advocates of passive subujissinm flr non-rest
la.ce, so tnconstitutiotnal uid oppressive legii
liattoion nthe' Inert of the Federal Govermiien
bilt will be- comtrolled aid goverved by th
State sl' bsoutii Carolita, in whatever actio
she say take in protecung lier citizets again,
We wifi pay stict attention to the interesi
of fhe Merciamts, Planters. and lechtnsic
in giving tieiin the earheist fireign and dome
tic intelhgtnsce ; its fact, nsthing shall be wauil
ing upon our pami, to rendes our journal i41
teresting aid instructive to all c lasses ofsociety
For the information. ''specially of our couri
try frieida, the variouss fluctuations in the pric
of' Cotton a all always ienoticed, and we wil
regularly publish a ciorrect, Prices Current. c
all aiticles lfl'Alerchandise in our market.
Our zeal in detence of (Itir favoriie politicn
menstites, ;ball neves leasd s beyosled the limit
of courtesy to utir oiponentits; we will endem
vnr coistaniitlv to hear ini initid, that "-all me;
are bornt equal," and conseqiently entitled t
their own opinions upons aly siijecs.
We will admit into our columos temperat
disensitsions on all topiCs of iiteresit, always 'i
serving to otirselves the right of excluding sue
communicutiois. as in oim judgment may nc
he snitable. - We will not permir ourselves i
be made the tool-ofrany clique or paity, in ref
gion or politics, but will talways endeavor i
sit pport th:e character of In independet' advi
cate of Republicas principles.
Tenns -The R.PUBL5AS will be jirinte
upon a large .super royal sheet. with entire e
mnatermcla. ani delivered to subscribers at'il
reasoiable price- of two dollars and fifty ceas
per antinm, in advance. ~or three dollars at t
end of the year -And to those at a di
tance, the paper will be. past up. and set
regilarly. The dagn of publication will he fi
ed as stoon as a sufficiont. number ofsiuscribei
are obtained to warrait a cotumenceni.ent.
Advertising and Job Work at the custoinm
Persons holding subscription lists wit
pleste firward sutch names as may be attache
to them, with the name of the Post Office I
which they are to lie sent, to Edgefield C. H
by life20th of' September.
Postmnasteni are athorised to franak all lettel
contaitning orders or remlittanicas for-Newspi
pers. fr'et of postage.
OT Pa pers thsrosighouit the' States of Sounl
Cairolina mind Georgia. will please give til
above one or two insertionss. amid the' favor wvi
be reciprocated, if the enterprise shouldl su
Ang. 21 ..tr 30
Stafte of' Southi Caro;Ilna.
IN E QUITY.
Elarn Burkhalser, and thfers,)Bl
Charles Ps-well ,nod others.
iTnappering to sihe satise'agtin of ii
LCotmmissioner, thai the Defeudtant
Sutstmal', Sernspy, William, John. Mar
Elizasbetha, arjd --- Parkman. resid
betyond'the limiiiof the sate, on motie
by RmonhamY, Comp's- Solicitor; Osdeiec
thait th~ said 'difdn'disdo plead. anNi
or demur to complainants bill, wil
three iminthk fraon te puisliesin ofr
order, or tlt eid bil'will 'be .taknpt
confesso against them. .. e .
-S. SrTOM PKINS C- F E. D..
Commissioner's Officed'uly'16 '1844.:
.July 17, lam1thm 25
Nt-te. of' Sot CapIn$
W. E. Jahkstri &Co...90
Win. 'itzroy -'N e -aAtcmit
T H E Ph~sai ihavfng thti1day il.h
declaration in an ofiec 2nPhe D
fendant havi'no m tafw n Lpg
to be wiiim she,, State.p -;whry..a cyO
of thetsame, with aa io pleutd-es la
serve: :it is orderedfa he'. efendria
plead so the said declaa-s'tisjtiiiminal yes
and a div. or final-dhinltejudgeies
n"ill hu'given agashim " ir
-Clerk's Gfi Aj$r~3 ~4
State of Sount ( drohina.
EDNEFI $?ifrps d~
Oliver Siinpason,. Decldraw
TU H is Plaintiff havini mady ied hism d
IA cfarationisnnmy ofie d ths defend.
having mit wife or attorn k eun ebe withi
the State, tin whonr. a cspo~~ e i'uaa vithail
ruleto plead, camn be se ' e~iseeddb
the .defenmdant plead; to e.4tddearasioi
awithist a yar and a day.'o fitmdndabsolui
jtudgemnent winll Ie given a nmncthmn~aia"
v.Cleik's Office. 16th ala 's'
.gac 20 clion .ar
FREbII suzpply al Candy, Plomo
A Kisses, &c., constattl 0
Brail Nuts. EJpiiifM'lnu oo
Fr IJES I~ ig~i 4N
$b& Cureofih y up'p~ u~~
T fES fLLSareb hr~b~ Dr.
Al l e i ) 14: 9i
hese Pill$; like th4 tefrJf oh
hey arerp are-d, are uii'rO
tu .the secation of urine auiedf a
rncreasiniug'he serretions oftheli
I sstem.ge erally audparticup3ar .
liver. They e 1etsenyng! al y
V lip)an The'botils, altar tWoh~T~y
9 use of tIeii prodcni
'lious evacuation i."'
They also-effect a detrmit -
surface, increasing --e pe e
fo're, they area :great'puriffarhli Iod0
. and equaliser o:f the A.ul "
pill is equal to's,co qglsobWa'
.ter. They shottid e
a meil, ad fii i i. ttkn iA o
fortnigh t ii mit~ ~ smne
lperiod. -.Fiith' cu-rei orbe-ab A ia-;
es; perseverince Ie
Sis all inportant..a'di. a r
Singljusedi every atei g re
B may more'.certaliiliyee x tied" tianlim
der any other treatment er O q
vered,- exept fromiq61hse o b*ater0
from which.tlty ampr e he,
[attendance at ;the Springs ptsue.
They very spedely
- tended with acidity a b
s are a ..very .Isefurta
howel, complaint inehjld Ni*
ex pelling ot- rms from chI Idrearomm-i'e
to four should be'givennils -
lions each day. toachtdl i-s,
according' to age. When given r en- -
they should 4e p6sveree Pni it -
I syrup. These Pilsare'easily a e
ing- no nauseons taste.irtpefAe itafe
inl all cases, wherece fever d'ebiot.
s exist, and donot sicken persna ifeiiin
them. 8 4R CaMitBULI;
For sale -by J:-D. Ta ssis rilgaield
Couit. House' South-ir:in -a
State o0o II U
IN THE C7MMO L
Curry & Caver, D i ol
B.. $. Miller; -~ - a* -
William' Curry c son
s - n Foreg tacII!!
Jared E. Groce .
5s. - -ck
r) i - ' n
SWilliam Curry -
ared E. GrocfDekrte-v
d Benjatnin'.'' 1ie -- .g~en
v -Curry & Caver, I la
e 's . I findijtAUAt 1
'John W. Carter 7Fl. ,
e B. Wi Grce . Diiratii 7
vs.' na FyeA; ik a
The Same. meet
The Sa M"C.,
h Hiram N. Wilson; Ajente re r
Israel. Bondi for the ue Deelaat -
* of the same, . 'vs.4: s Fo
I I HE Plaintiffs in the above e j'ima
s I this day filed their declaisiI'p~ niny of
-fire and the defendant iavng' tifif or.at
torney, k nown to be w itlilu thi Ste q~a whiom
h a ceipy of' stud declaratiintwith .aare to plead
p can be served :It isterdeled Ethat iie eaid'd'
11 tendant do pleads to the sniileealaraitori wiihin
a year and a dfleyoidi the 'publication of tis
order.- or final, and al solutejudgment, willa~be
awarded againist them. . .s..~
Clerk's Office; Nov. 6, 1843., .'i 4
VTo those '0andid' .lYed
hO brnesily doubt the truth of-the Bi-an'.
ei~thian System, we would entreat.
ponder well up~outhe following'lacts:
T:lie',ot~ taken into the stomach is-conive'rt
edllinto blood, wvhich vital 'taream,o'wintg
through all the ratmiflcations ofthe system. tip
' o dy imparts strengtb and ceontinues. life.. bust
V actually creates. forms, and huildsutp, elt gnd
a every' part of the animid niacbine. If the blood,
n flhereforefi ,sinue aid iiaslthy,thie'body;'vhichi,
i teformed frfo. irnd 'supported'o bbeiloo~d;
Scnnot br'diseased. Bai ifihere be in any part
o f'tho'bodyaby-ffeaition.sauch adhbile or ulcer,
even a bruse,. the bkood:circulatiing .through
that parl, takes tip imipire. matters from til4.o
datl'affetion, and carries; tunto. the general sys
tenm. This is the cause 'oflii of a'udde'n de'ati
to personsg oif in(bhabit, afflicted wiih biles,.and
as iichfiedininm; ihenattei'gets in itse cir
ecnistihi'ywitem, -'mid chikeriuplT'lineid
-.sselse whicei sopply-the 'braiar~witheViai'ty;
.and .lifetdases,as if bereft by liihitnitlg.':-Now
~thisrcan be remedieds~he Bran~dreth PJIls. will,
if nitedat th se times. take outalii ipreiat
ters from the cireolation,- an~d save t5e gaeea:1
rhealtht the same timne they are curinig the lo
cal affection. Oh'thowe impijoafint it is to tpan
kind. that thisi'snjet itvdell' criijrehe%ded;
ite idold'save::baay from tediotis tinmes ofsic'k~
nessi. and roften secuire their mervices 'to their
friends when otherwi se the tdfib would-live
Yits vieim. :M -rnE:
e Principal Offhiee 241 Broadway;.N.-.Yda
if froah saupply..j'ust'.r~eei'edby,.thie foling
~agents. BLrnD & BqJTrR~s, Edgeil' G4.
t ei S. & D. C. Sin ley, Meeting str et ...nl
Mc'L;aren. Ahbe'vi W. (i f.:.Drii u
-Greenwood; GCi em ii "ipicom*'NeWy ban
ket, and S. D.Clarke &:'Co., Ilamnbarg. .
.Price 25 eent-a per box with fnll driveetions5.
Osc.reeaencirgf~e. '7 r;, n
.July 17 ~ ' -7t'~ .25~
Wines, Brandy Gin4&C.
it Anierianud Cognac BRtAlDY
Old PeefnAp-ple da '
A resh supplyofehioite ftRTER anlAaE,
inuairtsaud pints ~Frsaeh
HabrApril20. trg g1
HE Suicie.ja eieyii
..shup for the Pneies or Lw'M'.
-J- e-.9 w C -c 4
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