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From the Unirersity 8fagazinefor February.
ALL MUST FADE. Where are the modes violets gone, That grew so faintly sweet: And as the Queen of Mav passed on Were strewed beneath her feet? Maiden Spring! nor long can stay Violet must fw'e away. Where tie the flowers I love the best. The alowing roses-say ! That decked the village maidlen's breast. And peasantit's hat st any ? Youth! the summer months must fly. And the brilliant roses die. Then lead me to the streamlet's-brink; in murnr's soft and low. It hidls the thir.ty hlossoms drink, That on the nart in grow, The sun was fieree-the wind was high The streanlet's pebbled hed is dry. Show me the bower I loved of old, To rest me unperceived. Where tales of simple love were told By simple hearts helieved. The leaves are onn-the flowers nre dead; The cool and fragrant shale has fled. The gentle girl, whom "hen she niet My anze, her eves oe'er raised, But on the timid violet (tier own sweet emblemn) gazed Beauty withers, a(d the mail, Like the leaves and bowers must fade. But where is he who passed his hours, L.o.it in a pleasant dream: Who sang the shepherde.s-ihe flower The arbor and tile st reai ? Fancy flies-lif' aoon iso'er The youthful Poet S s no sore! Miscellaneous. CnARACTER.-It is ever to be kept in mind that a good nate is inl a-l cases tihe frui ot personal exertion. it is not wiheri ted iroin parents: it is not created by exter nal tadvantnges; it is not . neerssarv appeai dage of birth, or wealth or taIents, or, sta. tion; but the resula otone's own endeavours -the ruit and reward of good principles, maufested in a conrse of virtuious and honorable action. This is Lthe more in portant to be remarked, because it shows that the attaint tment of it good name, what ever mliany he your external circumstances. is emtirely within y.ieu power. No young man, however humble his birth, or obscure his cunditi.ii. is excluded from the invaluable boon. He has only to fix his eye upon he prize and press towards it, in a course of virtuous conduet, and it is his. 3~i~ifi'~a inieresting toiasieofiow many of our worthiest sind best citizens have risen to honor and usefultess, by dint of their owt piresevering exertionn. They are to lie found in great numbers, in each of the learned professions, and every department of business; & they stand forth bri;.,h and animating exattuples uif what canl be naecomplisled by resolition & elfort. Iti deed, in the fortation ofcharacter, person at exertion is the first, the seconul and the third virtue Nothing great or excellent can be acquir ed without a goodl character. A goodia namne will tnot come without being sougtht All the virtues of which it is comnposoil, are the restult ont iiring aplihcationi andt induus try. Nothing can lhe miore fatal to the at tainmenit of a good cbaraeter thatn a trench erotus conifidentce itn externial advantages. Philasdelphiaz Alb~um. *Rnttlesnmakes;a re ts thick as blaekhberries on Motunt Tom. A fe w dlay ine-E, Charle~s Smith killed one live feet and a hltf long. hiavinig 13a rattles, and oe three. feect l,)ne. C hester W. Smtu ih killed oane foenr andl a h if feet lang with nine rat tles. Mr. A hit init Street killed tinother Ilarge one. atnd 'Mr. Joel \l iller destroiveed still :atnot her hii. sno~ age fellow. We have hea~rd of indiv iduials unwittingly gettinig ito thle vers midst of these venomous reptiles rit Mt. Tomrt, with out disacoverinug theirdonger, unitil watrnued of it by the glare of their eye halls.-.%rthamp ton Courier. From the New York Star. WVOoDEN PavEstsN-rs.-The Corpora thon are wve aire pile-aseed to see. mnakiig flirt her experiments with wooden pave ments. The cross paths in Broadlwny are beinag laid dlotu in bloc-ks of wvoodi. It wvould appear to itsthat the part of Broad way near Chatmber street thus peaved, and wvhich for years has so admttirably stood tho test of thae imymense amnonnt of'heeling uponi it. miight have justified a greater on, lay in this Pxpe'rimenCt. While bait two or three solitary loucks only in this work hatve been replaced, till Broadway nearly hi's haed to lie repaired three of feitr times with the small round stones used ini our streets. Tihtere is no doubit of the suiperidority of wood in the endl though it Costs mnore at first. sandi what a blessing it would lie if twoi or three~ of our great thoroueghfares cotuld titls lie muiltledi, as it were, from, the dlistressineg ande per petual annoynice of cla tterinig enrls &c. SEA SEPENT-The 'Boston Poist states that this mtonster'of the deep was distintealy seenion Friday by a number of respectai'e persons otn board the steamier John Ja-v. just before she reached Nathant. :He was wvithain about sixty yard's of the boat, a-nnd appeared to lie goinig at a very rapid rate towards Cape Cod. Seme of lihe pasen gers have signeno arnidavias toa thatt efftet. New conterfeit $50 hills of the U1 R Bank of 'Pen asylvania have heen put into eire-cu laiion in Ohio and fllinois,. 'Pe-rsons wotuld do well to scrutinize closely all notes of that denotmination. Ftgect, of infernal mtachine -aotoriety. is at preaent sojourcing itt }ow York.-. N.X Aa PROCLAMATION. STATE OF SOUTI CAROLINA. By His Excellency PIERCE M. BUT LE R, Esq., Governor and Commander in -chief in and over the State of South Carolina. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. COLUsBIA. August 3, 1838. ' W IIERAS, inforaiion has beeu re ceived at this Department, that a felonious murder *was latly contitted in Laurens Distriet, by one Hia rAi 1ioLcoMDBa on the body of- Branblett, that the said Hiram has fled fromjustice. NOW KNOW YE, That to the intent the said Hiram nay be brought to legal trial and condian punishittent, for his offence as aforesaid, I do hereby offier a reward of Two Hundred Dollars for his apprehension and delivery into any jail in this Srate. 'he said hliram is represented to he about 35 years of age, upward-4 of six feet high. dark'htiir and blue eyes, quito taciturn. but when spoken to, replies calmly and in good langnage,altogether unassuinig in his mem uers, of a serious and rather mieinneholy cotmietaice. entirely sober in his conduct. and conversation-always dressed decently and in homespun cloth. Given under my hand and the seal of the State at Colum bia. this-3d daty of Angust, in the year ofoaur Lord one [L.S.thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, and in the six ty-third year or the Inde penience or the U. Sttes of America. P. M. BUTLER. By the Governor. . JOHN T.SEIBELS. Deputy Secretary of State. Augttst 3. f 29 In tihe CourtofOrdinary. EDG EF I E L D lI f TiICT - .7% Simeon J. Salter and wife, Applicants, vs Riehard Rodgers and others. Dfefbndants. I ' appearing to cmy saisietion that Rloh liod gere, Jo.toigtis. 3lary hieigers Denipse, Rtodgers. I dward Whito and Sttsanhis wif-. John Nichols and Sarah iis wife, Wn. )ezier and lizalbeth his wife. Wim. Lindey and Wi:i. ney his wife, tefenldalts in the alove stated case. reside without the limiit., of this State. It is there fore -rd -red that they do appear i; d ob ect to the divis-on orsale of the real -state olJ. lRodgers,de censed.on er before the ist day ot (pct next. or' theta cesent to fhe anme will ie entered tof record. (iven tinder my hand at my office. this 7th An gust 1838. O. TOWLES, o. a. ii. August 7 h 27 Ina the "Court or Ordinary. EDGEFIELD DisTRICTI. John Turner and wife il.izubeth, %ibp1.cantsxW vs. lElizabeth Saunderset al. Defendansia T api~pearing to my satisfaction that Obed San1der, John Saunders, and Joel Buckaloo and l'olly his wile. William 1o ashy and Sally his wit', defniidaits in this case. reside witliout te limnits of the State. It is therefore ordered that they do appear and eeb ect to the division or sile of the real estate of John Sntundiers, de coused. on or before the first day of October next, or their consent to the same will be entered of record Givetonder may hanud at may Office, this Jith day of August. 1838. 0. TOWLES,-o. E. n. August 6 I 27 , n Use Court of ordinary. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. Williams Whe-eler, Applicant, vs. Culinf Wheeler et al., Defendants. I T appearing to my satisfaction that Cullen Wheeler, te of tte defendants in the above stated ease, resides without the limits ofthis State. It is therefore ordered, that he appear and obi ject to the divisiiin or sale of the real esitat of Cornelines Wheeler, deceased, cin before the ist day of October next, or his conseit to the saimie will be entered of record. G;iveni under my hand at cmty Olice, this tI August. 1s-4 0. TOW LES, o. E. D Aug 6, 18:38 h 27 Ntate oIf Sontil ( arnlhilut. EDGEFI EL D DISTRICT. IN EQIJITY'. Wade Iloisain, vs. B ill for Pacrtiion of Moses dthl I loistun, et til Ilolsian's E-state. T ~ appjeatring to toy satisfatctiein that Williami loistun.- Steehenq Hlisttun..Hiiream'Isis,. litalah Sawyer and Celia htis wi', David Il WVilliamts aend'Mary his wifi, somte ef the deshoe dancts int this cause, reside in parts withotut the limits of this State. on mjotion iby Watrd'nw & Wardiaw. Soliici tire fer Ceem-,laionm Ordettred. that tihe said efenttdcims do *eppouor in theis' 1on ecrabhle Cocnre. atnd *-ened. ansn~ er or denmir to te hul1 its .this case. within three months troum thed ieubiwnt:iona of thes O rdler, or the- bill be tznkenc pro contfesso tegnicnst ctem. Commit'r's Ofliece, Jncly 25, 18;M ac '21; E~l DG Ft E LI) DISTRICT'l. T OLLEDI hetbre tae lay Elizsabeth Wit B gei ,i a ereami u-olocredi lorse, suttltsedi to be four yeatrs obil, not ge-ldeil. A pltrnisedl at $20. IIAIRDY W IT E, J. Pi. Jutne 5. 1930 -c S'nte Of1 southI nt ohla. EDGEFELD) IIISTRICT. 1NATII iN NAPPER tolls before me, tof e-ar, nao bratnds perceivable. A ppraised at $25. W. BR UNSON. Q. U. A ugust 11, 133'8 e 28 Illnprovred Pink Mauucers. 4 EMPROVI) PINK SAUC lsits I 000 dceyineg Silk, .-tockinge. Gloves, Fetuer-, h-lowe'rs. Triflfany, Ganzes, Crapets. Camiabricks, Miuslitns, &ec. & c. Juest received acid for sale at tihe Edgeuield Me-dicino Store. July 146 tf 24 Notice. A Lprsn indtede~ to the estate of quiestd to taake immacaeiate paymnaoa and those hanvitne diemaands to paresent themi piro perly attuested. WILLIAM BIRUNSON, Ad'mrr. May 23, 1838 -tr 1i Brought to the ,Jail P this D)istriet, a Negro man lby thet namte of VVirgil, atbocut 25e yeatrs ofcage,' five fiet, i i imehes high, scttut madce, anid very laack. Hie ays that las behmegs to Thins Battle, livinig inc locnry C'ounty. Alabame. Hie say- that he waes pturchatsed inc North-Carolina, acud lefi histowner oan Flnt River, Georgia, on his anyi homo The owner is retgnested to cme forward~prove property pay charges and take- him away. V. J. (GLOVERt, .t. E.D Jnly 10.8t 192(.2 Public Notice. To the Honorable the Senators and Me- - -the HUfse oflcpmeentatives qf the I4gie m#ofthe State of S. Carolina. T* HE humble petitiom of James Ha- rand his associates. residing in Augumsta; Georgia, respeetlti shems unto your Honoable bodies, that under a charter fraiu the -tate ofGeorgia, they have conmmenced the erection or a Bridge over the Savannah itiver at a point opposite the pper part f of the city of Augusta, atd abo t one ue above the town of lamburg, in South Caro lina, that within tmi miles of the site just mil tioned. are the Ferry oufW. Gat ret, Esq., above at Campbeltown; the Bridge orthe Bank of Geor gia. aid the Sand Bar Ferry below. your peti tioners respectfully shew unto your Honorable bodies, that the erection of tie emsid Bridge is de manded by the public conlvenienee ofa-large portion of both the States of South Carolina and Georgia; that it will shortenm and imnprovAin pioint of roads the great Souti Western route whl'dh passes through Augusta, ttd will greatlybenetit the -iiizeni of the ipper Districts of South Caro linia, in allerdinig themn a more direct access to a,, additioinal market for .heir priduce. Wherefore they pray your lionorable bodies to grant them a Clarter for the erection of said Brid within Ite jturisdiction of the State of South .arolina. upot. the usnal terms.and they will ever pray &c J \MrS H.\RPER, WM-. iIARPERt, J. R. KILHOURN, JON. MEIGS, and Assosiate's. THE Public are hereby notifiedthat itis intend ed to poresent the shove petition to the 'next Le gislature of S. Carolina. JANIr8 HARPER, 'WM. IIAiPFR J. R. I(ILBIOURN, JONATilAN MEIGS, July 17. 1838 ah 24 FR ESI SUPPLY OF BAGGING, ROPE 4 BACON, JUST RETCEIVID AND FO SALE. 00OO Pieces best Ill'i P BAGGING, 2 tttt do wide TOW do. 100 Coils of smtall lirmp Rope, 100 do. do. Tow do. 5t10 lbs. I nglish Twine, 10,010 pritme Bacon Sides, Suga . Colfce nied Molasses, Si.t, Iron and .-tee T-as. Liaramid Lump Sugar, Branlys. Wines, and Cordials, All of' the abve \rticles, or any that we may se'l, we wil rearrant to tie of the best guality, amid wil sell to order or otherwise, at the* iowest prssible prices; and we assuure our friends and th, pumbli-- generally. that orders for Bagging and 'ope, or any other article in our line, siail have mour best nitention We still cominue to transact business oi Cone. tmission, a .d will attend to the selling or storing of-Cotton, or any other business entrusted to our care. Ii. L JEFLERS & Co: I12amburg, July 12, 18583 tr -43 Improved Cotton Giu. TE 1 sumbscribers havina estahlished a CUT T,)N GIN M \N AIFACTORY in the l'ewn of Iambtrg, S. C., on the improved sys meme of Mr. Boatwri lit, beg leave to reconmme'.d their Gins to the public. They warrant - their gins to lie equal if not superior to those of Mr. lloatwright. iom accmit ot an alteratin, -whirl, in their opinon, is adecided improvement: th... is. mistead of llocks of wmed on the tibas, Itey have adopted the plan oftmaking the ribisoftlir Gins entirely ofsteel and iron, which havbprov ed iby experience to be preferable.? king btimsa imi ,r ienducted it there ror him. beimg one h part ?,ers in the concertt, they will enideav- io give satisfaction to all who may favor them ith their eitstom.t ! Gins repaired ar the shortest notice. COBB & KENNEDY. anmburg, S. C., April 19. Ohm II CLOCKS, WATCHES AND J E W E LL ER1 F. No. 242 tduoAt Srtasse, ALveurA, Gt.: ( Kear the United .sttats Hold) '* iIIEl Sublscribmer leters to time tiitizens of E:dgeield Iaistrict mand its vicinity a iticht anmd iFashiabutle assortenmt of WATOi-8, J.7.WDLTW Y, & eel time latest Style amid iportation, consistimng it patrt of thme lollowinig Articles: Gold I ideendentt Second Watches, withm floms 17 tee 25 Jewems, G;old mand Silver Levers, Plain & fulil Jewelled. Lonmdon Dlet x anmd Amnchor m scapeemene 'e' atchtes, Gtmld am d Silver Lepine anmd Vertical Watches, Liadies' rich Gold Neck Chin:.. esew patterm. Gie~ememe' Gold Gjeurd amnd rob Chains. Keys. Seals, Finger-Itimngs. Breast-Pins, Ear -ltinmgs. Gold mandu Silve'r Thtimbles, Pencil Cases. Spec tacles. &c. &c. Mantle Clocks, Fower V ane. ad tMusienl A..o, A ~rnerdl Assortment of SILVE.R TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. SuoAnm I onos, Sour LAntm.frs, CAs-ron Ante C 4E B~usxErs, Cssnatsvtexs, $at.r Sroons,& c. A i.so, S UP 1 I 101R C U T LBi Y. A fime assotmen-ut oef htoo~ns', ELtOT~Tov's and .W Anv &. ilv-rcen~'s 11 AZOltS. PIENE NII RS ANt) SCISSO 11; also ai uood assortmenmt of' BOiWIE KNIVES andt l011tKS. JOhIN B. MURPHY. N. B. Ct~ocus amid WVArenm..s carefully re pamired. and I'arranted to peeriorm well. Auigusta, Gma. March 25, 1838 tf 9 To all wimomsa it asnay Catacersa. NOTIC IC is hierebey givenm, thatt then sub N scrmiber, withI otereis, wvill petition the Lenminlinture of tihis State, ait its nextsesiomn, for ti Charte-r of mm llridlge neross Sitludu River, nmenr Chmappell's Ferry.. AND~tKCW L. LJARK. May 17. -1838 ne 15 Notice. Will make nppIlicatiomn tie thie Legisature oif KSoth Catruinta att its necxt Session, for a ite cheartir of tmy Ferry acruoss Savannah River. at ort tleitre :3 t f. ABNER WHIATLEY. Aumg. fi, 1834 ae 27 LL -Persons indebeted to thme late Charles AThomas,, deacenesed, are regnmesmed to mk payment: n l persons haigdemntds against theo estate of said deceased are reqtoused to pro tent them duly attested. JAS. F. A DAWS, Niov 27. 1837i tr 44,nu... - IYL1re New Goods, - UST received lby Nictien soN & Pas L.:Y the foollowing articles, whien in ad dilim to their frnier stock, thev now thive oin hand a general assortment of''seasounable GIM1).-to which they invite the atten tion of their customners. A good asortmeunt of Gent's. and Ladies' tine shoes. Boy's and'-Misse's do do Ge'nt'a. tline Pumaaps. Ladie.' superior Kid Slippers. Several cases Blnck and White summer lints, the latest & most fashionable Style. Georgi-a Nankins. Black Thihhetaond Summer Clotfhs. Alio. a good asgortment Brown Linens. Drillings and Vesrings-which they can have male up in good style at the shor est notice. Also, a gdood supply superior fancy Prints. French altslins. Cambrice and Printed Lawns. Ladies' fIancy Ilandkerehiefs. New style Mustin worked collars, Monrning priia. Ginalmatas and Muslin. Black Gros de Swiss Silks. Ladies superior black colored & White Kid Gloves. do Black and White English Silk Gloves (o do Lace Silk do lck While ani colored Lace Silk do Black and white ThIule for veils. A -amod nasortnent Bonnet, Cup, and Bell Ribbons. Feat her Vans. Ladies' fine plain Straw Bonnets. M1i-ses' do, In addition to the above named goods they ha e mainiy other articles tot) t-dions tit entmiirate, which they will sell on ac 11ammodaeaalatinag aertms. tI 18 Faljgefield. June 5th. New Spriang anti Suumiaaser CL 0 T 5"1.1G, . 7 E hav ajuast received a beautifid assort muent f GOODS tor Geiatlemaena's umSai ner Coats, Pantaloons and I ests. which they arc prepared to hnve naide up in the mnost FASII II IN BLE Sl'Y'E, andti ont reasonalie terms. A'so, a general assortmaent Ready Made CLaT.o iso. suited to the season. A.SO, HATS. SHOES AND BOOTS. 1200 Pair of Shoes and Boot% etth. acingaevery style and variety htave jist been rece-ived by thae Subscribers. which together with their toraner Stock. maken eneral and comtplete assortmete seldon Iiund in the country. Also. a haitndsomn assortment of FASHIONA BLI' 1- ATS. saaited to the season. To whichla they invite the attention of' their clston..r. G. L. & E. P--.NN & Co. Edgefield, March 14,.18:IA tf'6 New Sprisg and Sintanamer G O OD S. liE Sub-cribers respectfully inforta. ,tlheir ensta mers and the Ibliek gener -ally.thna they hanve just received a large stip ply oehoice English French ana A iericanl goaals embraing every variety of siaple ata' lancy gols. sutited to t le Siring Hand Suml mer trade. Also a lnrge suppily (of Groceries. I'rockery, Saddles, Hats, Shoes and Boot-. all of which they will sell o(n the most rea sonable terms. for eadh, or onl credit tO punctiual customers. -t-nsur-wntoWilti to-ger gootr nargains wnr do well to give them a call. G. L. & 1. PENN,& Co. Edgefield, March 14. 1838 tr r) ScIhool asad YE is-cellaneou,. "100W8. 1 l'E Suabsceribers have- mi hand a tria eral assortntent of School and Misca laneous Books, anongst n hich atre Smito Arithmes-tic, Smith's Gegraphy and 4 . andai Sn-.itha's Gama r n w-hicha are hieba apprve of' iad recrotaunended by the0 he tteeers. G- L.- & F. P ENN, & Cio. Eadga'faaeld. a rch 14, 1 83t. Ii C OLOG)1N, in saminl hoittles. .asortedl ize'. hiermittaget .xtac. loridla WVsatr. Ess. Caataona, i il -of Cloves, Fanacy Per'nine Vials, Henar's Oilh, Kepalia, N. Smith Pireatiss' Saponariouas Conaa Na:t.es (Com manad hta ' itng Sap, & c. Just receivedl ama fair saile by) N IC HOLSON & PR ESLIEY. A pril 12- tf' h1 BookM anad Sta lionary. A -and Grtammanar and a gaod alssm tmaent ma 'Schooal and 31 iscellaaneouas IBoomk-. alsa, Lett- r ntnh Foolsanp Piaper.. Itak, huaills, Slates. & c. & c. Jnsat receaved andl tiar -ale by NlCilaLsoN & PRESLI'.Y A pril 20 tf 12 Di UG 8, O iL , 4c. 'U '11 U'. nahrabrs resperttlly invu ae the tat. Itetaiaiof tI arcantaas. Plater<a. Phiysicitla anad oithears ano theirt lIsgc St.aek of' 7RE SH 1VYE DICxINES, Oils of' edI kuinds, P'aints, bye Stufs,. Ilando L' Glass, Blrushes, 6-c. &c. Ar -rat~ tNa rungs as fHAMBU3RG ANI) AUGUSTA. Thaeir supa~ply is heaavy, t heir n.--sarhtmeaa naood amnd thei'r artic'lea fresh. Dealinga e'ntire'ly wvith the Mnnuaafactmaers air origanal -aimporte'rs. they enna sell their goodls as low~ tas anav tlase' ina the Southe.rn Coatnttry. Pilease call and e axamainae. Ouar tire' iaanambutrg is naext to 11. L,. J~r. F Enas & Cii's. Ia. Auguasta, opphosiae to B EAL.'s oar 8-rovA..s Ware lfionse's. KI~IEN &. ROBERTSON. F. M1. Ronan-rsos, M1. 1). Decembher ti. 183l7 tf'45i Colic YMixture'. Th i Eaova is aitnever failing remnedy f'ar that .variety of'colic, soa distressing to' Itatiats, antd I' whlicha the atmist inajuariouaa tatamdynea stal' stane--s are toom iatanly givena. It is safe and soaothing, ami instead of parotduacig costivenaess. it atstually operates gently on the hoiweha. Thlas remuedy has now beni uised for several yars. with that success atnda approblationa whtich quatck med'iicintes tmadie to selI, eannnit cosanaad. It us ex tensavely tased by) the best phyvsicianas ina the onmary. atnd to tuse thae langtnge of' many a maothaer. acts as a chanrm- \ haile' it allbays thae pait anad lls the' child to rest. it idoes not leave belhin d it those atntplenantt symaiptos. wvhich Latndanumaa. lhatenmniis LDropas, &c. retneral ly pro auca .\mpah- idirectionas haecomapanyv each vi-al; andi c'ertilhiete of' it's efficacy (if reqttiredl) can lie prodhucedl trom Ila tho nt respectabale cita'zenas of Ctarehnaaa anad Georgia. For sale by KITCi EI N & RO H F.RTsh:N~amiburg Eh's l t 'W .H.A nderson C II. * W M. I A CK ETT. Pendletoa C. II. D R. l-3. J. MIMS, Edgefecld C. H1. Feb. 5 1838 .c -1 BLOCK Tc% Ae D f * il.I t .0 T 1IE Sn meriber hnson hand : v--v arne supply or mendv made TIN WARE of all ascriiptiine, vt hieh he offers at whole nle or retail. at ne low prices an ealn Ile af forded in this part of the coiuniry. He has also a laree supply of the newest fashion of J APAN W A R E,ogether with English and Block Tin War- of excellent qumlitv. Aleo Copper and Sheet Iron Ware-Siepting and fIrazing Copper -I'ek tin, Stove Speller, and-Tin Plate-nIl of which he of fers for sale low for cash. at No 168 Broad streer. Augnram. B. F. CHlElW. The subscriber being truly thankful for the veny 'liberal patronage heretofore he stowed tpun-him hv -hi- friends and the pnih lie generally, respeceftilly solicits a contin nanace'of their favore-and oilers his sarvi ces in either of the following branches of his business-Copper Tinl, Sheet Iron, and Roofing B. F. C. Augusta, Ga., March 5 If5 Souith ('-nolina. ED(GiE-FIE.LD DISTRICT. IN TIlE CO.M.UIN PIX.4S. John Lyon, vs ATTACHMF.ZTr, William Conk. AssuIPSIT. Il is laintifin'thin~ase haing on the 1.th da V o) e. mher. i37. filed Iris declara tion- in the Clerk's Ollice. and the Defendant having nto Wife. or Attorney, known to be in this Stitle. 0pon whomn a copy of* the said declaration iniy be served: Therefore ordered. that the said defendant io a ppearand mnake his defence within a year and a day front the filing ol time said decla ation, or final and abso:te jnadgement will bn forthwith awardedl to time said IPlintiff. G EOiRG E PO1PE, c. C. P. Clerk's Ollice, December 15, 1837 15 tf htrnIte Xf Fou hi nrtii at EDG1FIELD DISTICT. IN T'!E CO I iO.V PLEAS. %Vm. B. Brannon, vs. \-rTAcHMENT. J'ihn M. F razier. 71 if E Phmntiffhavmng thiis day filed hisdeclara U tion ill tile above case, anid the Defendan Miing withouit wife zr attorney. known tobe within mime State. iupon wiom, a copy of' -said declaration, wilh a rule to plead. could he seaved: it is Ir .lered. that the said ef. disan. do plead to the -;aid declaratiomn withi am year aemd a day, from this date. or in*igmn-t final and &bsolute -will be iven against him. GEO. POPE, c. c. iP. November 21, 1837 aqad 42 title of' kolt( i ('t: rli a. EDGEFIEJD DISTRICT. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. David Onzts. vs ATTACHMENv, William DruMn. Assuarrms. F n'r -rmnnur in mmvar- nm-tnNs-ua filed his declaration in the Clerk's Otlice . d the Derendma havinag no Vit or Attormey nmown to be in this State, upon whom am copy the saidl declaration may he served: There ore ordered, that the saiddefesdant do sappear .1nd make his defence withini a year and sa day 'rom the filinmg of the said declsaration, or final -d absolute jud-nent will be l'orthwith awar 'd to the said Plaitiff. tiE)OiGE POPE, c. c. p. erk's Office, Edgefield, May 14, 8:38 15 .IRl!EIL.IE DISTICT. IN COMlMON l'lA.S. Jacoh Chamnberlina. .Itutahment ina Assumt. Survivor. vs. Trro .Youtes- Dages Jmmhus A. Ymimngi. sj:t53 .;) cer', iiF. Piminititff badini~g thmis dayv tiled his dlec Isarsationa in thmis case, in time tCrk's O)fic mmd thme saisi Johni A1. Younimg hasvinig mnm wil'e or .tornsey. knmown to lie ini miis prvne mupon mwiim a eupy of time saidl declsarationi iath -p.~ esal ordaer of tihe Court eainrseda thmere'mn, can bI. servedl: It is therefore Ordered that thme sid 'morm \. Y'oinne do amppar sanda mnake- his defernca ithlamrari anda a daiy, from thme tilig aif thea said ecartn.as aioresaidi. mar finmal and~ masolute -nd~iemn wvill be t'orthmwithgirvesn amndaswarde'd for the said pilaintiff. .AS. WVA ROLAW, c. c.a'. Clerk's Ofie, Jans. 17, 1838 dagq 51 Ral&e of1 Slilt it ar linal. IN TilE COMMON PiLAS. N. K. Butler & Co. vs. .hteachmnt. Johnma B. Mmmrrmh. Assumpait. 1 iE PlsaintiiTs hmaving thmis dasy tiled their delarnaion, sand thme lDei-lant havinsi naeimher wimfe- flar atttorney. kne imoi mm min isim Sate. ordereda, that if time isaalid )D'efmdant do not appei(ar anda mnake his eafenmce. wvitint a yeoar sand a day fraumi thmis ate. final samnd sabsoluite imgndmn ala beha forthawimth givent andm awardled for the sad Plainatifis iinatmslacmnt. JAM ES WVA RILA W. c. c.pe. Clerk's Oiciae. D~ec. 4, 1s'37 dag 45 T HIE Notes anda A ccotm of Dr. James Spa~nn. deeensed, have lieen left with Mr. 11. L. Jeffers,. in Hambilurg. All per sons indiebted tao Dr. Spiaainm-ar regnested to call anal pa Mr..Jealers, whoiu is nthtorized to receive the monecy; anid those having denmandls ngninist tihe Estame will pilease reni der thmemi tot him. E:. SPANN, Marchl 26. 1838~ tf S A4dna'tri.r. N oticee. i lii FT 1' s Grmanmsunr, Ge'ography anda k3 Atil s, on them Proucat ive' Syste'im. Al so. Smiimh' Pra-c ica 3 ad M ent:i I Ariia hmer-ie, wiah ai variety of othier Scumotr. BOOKS, may lie found sit rhei Store' of C. A. DOWD. Marchi 7. l83s8 if 5 Vo t lee. T lIE Subscribers will give a libernl >rice for B EESW AX, TA LLOW, amid I' EATIIER S. KirviIT~CHElN & IROBERTSON. H mug, Mareb 3, 1838 t f.5 E~Istoricual Coilctgionsm of 11. ('arollsa . BV IB. R. CAIRJ:0I.L. Hp118 'a ork is now resady for delivery to Suit scriberq at tihe "tore' of' C' A. Dosud, isi this place. -1a few estrta copies for-sale. November, 1837 tr -u P R O0 LA R A T ION. i'l A'l E OF SUUTII'CAROLINA. EX. CUTFIVE DEPARTMENT, COLUMBIA, ithI June, 1831. By His ExceIutey PIERCE M. BUT LrR, Esq. Governor and Commander. in- hief in and over the State aforesaid. W HEREAS -O the 24th of October, 1837, a Proclamation was issued by Iars -Departmsent, ofiering a reward of $200 tor the apprehenion anti delivery of JACK, a negro man slave, the.property of George .cAlilly, charged with'the murderof Was. .'%Ascx, anti which said Jdck has escaped ,mift fled from justie A nd n hreait it %as made known to this )epartneut, by letter fron His Excellency the 'Governor of KentukJ4y, dated 7th of March, 1838, that theWaid negro Jack, live or six weeks previous to the date of said letter, hlad been apprehended, and was then contined m tie jail at Frankfort, as a fugi tive hrm justice, on accoun of said ur der, and us such %% ould be udelivered to any ugent clothed with -a proper denrand from this Departneut: And whereas, in conse quenice of the afbiresaid information from H is Excellency the Governor of Kentucky, a denand. in due and legal I arm, was made, bearing dale the 17th of April last, requir ing the Governor of Kentucky to surrender th- body (if the qaid Jack to rite agent there in named, to the end that he might be brought to this State and tried for the said crime: Anid whereas it appears that before the arrival of the agent fron this State in Kenucky. with the demand aforesaid, a mar. calling his name HANcocK appeared at the jail in Frankfort, Kentucky, with a power of attorney fiott George'McAlilly, the owner of said Jack, and dermanded him from the jailor as a runaway slave of said McAlilly's. to whom the said jailoer deliver ed him: And rhat the said Hancock, as a gent of said McAlilly, afterwads sold said negro Jack to a Mr. Mutmly, residine in Owing cony, Kentucky, who again ;old him, and refused to infori the agent or this :tate to %- how sold,o- Ahere he was carried: And it is further stared to this Department that the negro's name, on the last sale, was changed fron Jack to Ben. NOW KNOW YI., Th,t-to the intent t hat justice may ht dune. and-the said Jack, his aidres, and abettors brougit to condign punishnent for the crime aforesaid, I do hereby offer a reward of EIGHT HUN DRE ) DOLLARS. r-iaddition to the re ward offered in rmy former proclariation, dated 24th October, 1837, lor the apprehen sion and delivery of the negroJack into ary jail within this State: and halfthat anount lor ,ueh itloriation against any person or pgrsous who have been, guilty of harboring, aidimie, or atsstimig the said Sack. as will el'ect conviction in a court of Justice. And it is further proclaimed and made known, that the informant, on his appear irig and giving evidence on the trial of such person or persontscharged with the crime of harboring,aidling, or assisting the said Jack to escape from justice, shall remain free of and discharged from any prosecution or legal proceedings against himself, for or on account of any matter or thing-he may have done in relation to the escape of said Jack. iitretinoty-wer t hereunto -set my hand find L.S. caused the seal of the State to lie aflixed, t Lis6th day of June. A. D. 1 83. P. i. UrLER. By order. B. H. SAXON, Secretary of State. June 14 r 19 P RO L f a A T I 0 1N. *ST4ATE OF SOUTH C AROLINA. EXECUTWI1. l)EPA RTMENT, Co~uarau, June t6, 1838. By his Ez-redlency PIE R CE MI. BUT L ER, E sq.. Governor and C'ommaande-r-in -chief in aind over the State aforesaid. WH IE R EAS irnfornmatinn has been re ceivedl by this dlejpartmtent that a rit r aitrocioaus niurder was comimitted in the. District of Orangeburg on the 0th (lay oft Maty last, arbiout dark, on the brdy oIJonHe IIONNEr, while sitting by the lire in his on ai hotiste, whio was thien and there shot detad b~y some person as yet unknown NOW KNOM~ YE, That to tihe intent. that jusrice mray lie done, and t'hat thre per petrator of this horrid crime may he brought to legal puinishmiet I do herehv ofler a reward oflTW) HUNDRED D)OLLARS to anv personr -ir persons winho w-ill tgive in fonrmnrat ion against the pierpetrator of the said mnurdrer, so that the offender. Iris aiders, and abrertors miay he apprenendedl arnd suffer the penalty of tire law for the said crimie. Arid it is hierebry fuirthier proclaimed and made known, that the infoenrman, 'in his ap-* trerr-inig arid giving e-videnrce on the trial of the saidn munrderer, his airders, and abettor-, shall stantd free and discharged of and from any prosecuitioni or legal piroceedings against himnsell, for or on account of the said mur der. Given tinder my hand anti rho ~L.S. seal of the Sta-te,at Coltum bia, 6th June, 1838. P. M. BUTLER. fly orrder. B. HI. SAXON, Secretary of Stare. June 14 (19g $25 Reward. SR ANAWAY from the Subscri her uon tire nright of the 5th <,f ! ebruary last. fromi mry lace two -amiles tr itn lilmrurg, 8. C. a negro . ait nrarmedu LW.N, abeat forty-five /years oldI, live feet six inches high. Thre arbove reward I will pay for delivering him to me, or putting him tin jaril so that I car, get him. THIIAS KERNAGHIAN. H-ambnturg, March 26. 18:37 tf 8 eW~O T ICE. AL L Persons andlebted to the late Chris tian Breithraupt, deceased, are reqe..t ed( to make immaedliarte paymrenat. And n il persons having demtrandls against the estt te of said deceased tire requaested to proscnt them duly attested. JOHN BAUSKETT, Ez'or. For Salte. M YIHOUSE andl LOT. in the Village of Edgefield, uponi termrs to suit a purchascr. In my absence, apply to Col. Bauaske tt. JAMES JONES. A pril 12tr I'