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his contempt or Dr. Niles,- because he once
exercised a lowly calling. The Hon. J. Henderson, a Whig, recently elected U.S. Senator from Mississippi, is said also to have arisenifrom a very bumble rank in life. If this Senator, and Dr. Niles be men of worth, they have no reason to be ashamed of their humble origin, let aris tocratic editors say what they will. Office does not confer a patent of nobility upon honest men. They are sufficiently respec table in private life, without the prefix of " Honorable" to their names. Our readers well know, that "Honor and shame from no condition rise, Act well your part there all the honor lies." France.-A ffairs in France at the latest dates were somnew hat settled. After a pro tracted struggle, & deep excitement which pervaded all classes, & on the 12th of May, ended in a serious riot in Paris; on the 13th uIt., the Ministry was formed, and announced in the Moniteur, as follows: Marshal Soult-President of the Coun cil and Minister of Foreign Affairs. M. Duchatel-Minister of the Interior. 1. Cunin Gridaiue-Minister of Com merce. Lieut. General Schneider-Minister of War. M. Villemaine, Peer of France-Minis ter of Public Instruction. M. Teste-Minister of Justice. M. Passy-Minister of Finance. 1. Duperre-linister of Marine. M1. Dufaure-Miniter of Public Works. We copy the following from the New York Star. Foreign Af'airs. it will be seen,.are all retained by the Doctrinaries and Court party, certain of the secondary portfilios having been given to a few Centre-Gau che members, who have allowed them selves to be gained over from the Liberal side of the Chamber. At.the sitting of the Chamber of Depu ties the Ministers all tande their Pppear once, when Marshal Soult ascended the tribune, and said "Gentlemen, the ministry iq consti'hted. The King has made me its -President. I am confident that the names will be ac ceptable, as they suit beforehand,the wish - es of the Chambers. I honor myself by partaking of their responsibility before the King, and before the Chamber. The net of these ministers accepting otfice, is a proof of their devotion to the Throne and to the King. We are all agreed as to our political principles, which have been ac cepted by the Crown. These are the free acts of a council, which is responsible and solidaire-peace comtpatible with the national dignity, order founded upo law,"active protection for those interests on which reposes the pros perity of the country, frankness and firm tess in ministerial relations 'with the Chambers as the best tmeans of reconciling people's minds. As to myself I need not speak of tmy devotion to the King and to France. I shall always be found to en tertain the sentiments of the old soldier to the Empire, who knows that the coun try wishes peace, but a peace noble and generous." A STROLL IN THC COUNTRY. In the balmy month which has just passed, we retired from the toils of busi ness, to spend a few days in the country. At early dawrn,wh ile the dews yet gem medl the leaves, we left our couch and sallied forth to behold the sun rise. The pale cit seldom sees this sightt, or if perchatnce haid eyes should be blessed with the glorious vision, the sutn?.beams are beheld through the murky atmosphere, which generally hangs over a city. At this early period of the day, how delightful to breathe the re viving air, and to behold all nature awak ening once more to life and joy! In the language of England's dramatist, a stroll like this, is '-To do observance to a morn of May." When the day wras farther advanced, we extended our walk inato the rich Woods a rottnd the dtwellinsg of our friend. Odorous wild flowers on all sides,regaled us. State ly andl graceful trees shielded tie by their shade, from the warmi beams of the sun. As wve'entered a grove, where the haw thorn and oak abounded, we thought of sotme of the scenes in Shakspeare's drama of " Twelfth Night, or, What you Will,' and " The Midsummer Night's Dream." which we had just been reading. What a luxury to read Shakepeare in the country! An admirer of the old dramatist, cannot fully appreciate him in the city. The ceaseless hubbub distracts his thoughts. In the, country, he continually finds newt beauties as he turns over his pages. There, does be see the beauity, and appropriate. ness of his rural images. There, does he find the poet's description of the sun-rise and sun-set-of the many colored cloudt -perfect pictures. There,too does he find the description of the farm-yard-of the sports of hinds-of the dwellers in the stream and forest-true to the very life. But adieu to Shakspeare. As each new day dawned upon us. we rode or walked alternately, with a friend, through the woods, as the humor prompt. ed us. He with shot-pouch on shoulder atnd gun in hand, to do execution, and we with an umbrella-yes, with an umbrella to protect us from the heat,as we emerge' from the thickets, into the open Gields. We~' bad warred sufficiently with our pe'n, a gainst ottr adversaries, mud we could nol slay the inntocent birds and beast's, who. had not injumred us, with the "death deal ing tube." We have no particular inci dents to record, for none transpired. Suf fice it to say, we drank cool water, fresh from the living fountain-ate delicioun ......rries lust pulled from the vines and cherries, gathered by ourselves, from the trees. "'Twas a feast, fit for an emperor." We wandered whither we listed over the farm-patted the young lambs-no ticed the caracoles of the colts-hearken ed to the crowing of chanticleer-the gal ble of the ducks, and the wild music of the woodland birds. On the fourth day, our peregrinations ended, and we returned to the dust, and bustle, and excitement of the town Communications. THE LADIES' FAIR, We bid you not come to banquct halls, We bid you not to costly cheer, But hero where the voice or industry calls, 'Tis charity beckons you Lere; She asks from the blessings that compass you round, And shield you from sorrow and care. She asks from your coffers with plenty crowned A mite for the LADIES' FAit. Mr. Edior: As it may not be a subject entirely de void of interest to some of your readers, I propose through the colutins of your paper, to present a short, and hasty sketch of the Ladies' Fair, held in this place on Monday, the 3d inst. My pritcipal tmo tive in these remarks, is to lay before those who were not in attendance on the occa sion, and some of whom were strongly op posed to exhihitions of this kind, my opin ion, respecting the manner in which it w ats conducted. I am aware that the personal observa tion of those present, will go much lanither in establishing in their own minds, the apparent principle by which those who presided over this sale, were governed; than the effusion of my feeble braiu could picture to them, for "Their eyes behelJ, and their ears did hear." By those only, who were absent, will my description be perused, with any degree of interest. On Saturday, the 1st inst., Mr. E. B. Bacon and Lady, commenced the super intendance of the Fair. No paini-' were spared on their part, in the arrange ment of this exhibition. How well they succeeded in their enfirtsthose in personal atendactee,cat best dctertmtine. Sullice it to say however, for the benceit of those who did not attend, that the exceedingly tasteful and orderly manner, with which the room was fitted tp. was highly credit able to those who superintended it. They employed their utmostenergies, in endeav oritig to render this sale one, which should give entire satisfaction. The prices plac ed upon their Goods, were not of t hat ex horbitant nature, which usually charac terize Fairs of this kind.-but on the con trary, were such, as the actual wort I, and intrinsic value of the same would readily warrant. It was their chief wish, and earnest desire, that those wlio should be kind enough to favor them with their pres ence, antd donations, shtould not leave thte place dissatisfied-that there shoutld be no murmuring afterwards, that they htad giv en their money for nought-and th~at it nas a tmerec speculatiotn. In evidence ol theo fact, thtat this was not the case,! would say, that I have heard it remnarketd by tma ny since, and by those n ho had no iuterest in the tmatter, that they wvere perfectly sat isfied, wiih the prices of articles which they had purchased, and that they n ere decidedly lower than they had ever wit nessed at a sale of this description. In deed, it tmust have beetn truly gratifying to the Latdies, to have noticed thte appa rent cheerfulntess and harmony of feelinig, which pervaded the assembly on tbis uc epsion. It appeared as if each one had cotme with ithe idea of spendinig stuch an amount, destgned as a don~ationt, antd that it was given cheerfully, and voluntarily emblemlatic of a spirit o~f true Charity and liberal feeling--a characteristic of the principles, and habits of a civilized and judicious people. Althugh as I have before ment iotted, much opposition was mantifested, by those who did not concur in this met hod of rais ing funds, yet, the enterprise of a fewv, in ditced them to go on, and to overcome many obstacles, which rose as harriers, to impede their progress. By their contin ed perseveran~ce,and fixed determinationt, they fittally succeeeded in the institution of the Fair, anid as a reward for their un tiring diligence, and extended efforts, re cived a tnuch larger recomplense, than they had previously anticipated. The nett proceeds amorunted, as I have tunder stood, to about ($200) T wo hundlred dol lars. I have also learned that this amount is to be appropriated to the pafymtent of some expenses, recenttly itcurred about the E'piscopal Church, and should any thing remain, it is to be applied to the support of the Ministry. That it wrill be expended, in a mtannter best calculated to advance the cause for whtich it w as intend ed, it is scarcely necessary to say. I trust that I shall be sus'ained, itt assum inig the responisibility, of presenting to the contibutors of thtis Fair, the grateful ac knowledgmnts, and sinicero thaniks, of the Ladies of this Society. If an oppor. tunity should never offer iself, that they may personally, mtake thteir obligations manifest, they will be Fewarded on that Day, when Charity-true Charity, shall be. or.nunce ott of the tmost brilliant diamonds in that crown, which the righic ous man :hall receive as his reward. When the idle lights of your mirthful hours, aluve 1eded like dreamns away. When pleasure has wept o'er the few f(ail dowers. She plated on ife's dull day, And at just when the death shudow darkensyot eye, It will scatter a radiance there; For (t! there's a record on yon blue sky, Jfyour giit at the -Ladies Fair." RUUE. BED BUGS. Mr. Editor: The flblowing simple remedy for these disagreeable insects, may be'acceptable to some-of your readers. Anoint the places in your bed-stead, where the Bugs deposit themselves, with TALLOW, once a year. Such will be the effect, that if a Bog aberwards gets on the bed, rather than go where the tallow is, it will remaiu day and night, out upon the bed clothes. This renedy against the annoyance of this little enemy of mankind, is so easy, simple, and ellectual, that I wish it gener ally known-especially to those who keep boarding houses, where the custom is to sca!d once or twice a year, and perhaps not at all; ind when they do, not destroy one half (if the Bim-1. I earnestly wish attention to this matter. A TRAVELLER. Foreign. Correspondence of the Louisianian. .11mico, M~ay 11if0, 1839 The recent defeat of' the federglists in the vicinity (if Peubla, is a mortal blow to the liberal party. Thencelhrward, that party exibs only by namtie. In flet it is antiijhilatcd or it least reduced so low that it will be long hefore it will be able to do any thing for the restoration of the coutttr'y. Sanit Anna has become the idol of the dlay. His tiame is the common word in fite mouths of the people, and stich is the frenzy of these black guards, who are in a majority, that if his excellency chooses to n ake himself king, emperor, dictator, in one day the central government would disappear and be replaced by a tyrant and a troop of slaves. I should tint be surpri ed if such were the plan of Santa Anna. All the men in power are sold to him ; the aristocracy are for him, hody and soul. Against him are the clergy and the mili tarv, who are devoted to Bustamente. if it was not for the feat' entertained by Santa Anna from th-ese two bodies, ie would ere now have proclaimed the aili cation of the titular President, nod raised himself by a decree of Congress to the dictatorial throie. liut what he datre nol do openly,he plots in silence and darkness he has prepared the ground on i hich h( meas to contend. If Bustamente does no return sooti, his ejection from the Pres idency is not very uncertain. and if lie re turns at till it will be to salute his sove reign master, if he wishes to escape thi fate of the unfortunate Mexia. To overthitow Bustamete, however r qutires. in effort of genius in his antago nist, of which I do not think him capable Bostamente is very popilar throughou the counirry. Beside< the suipport of thI prie!ts and the army, lie is file idolizi'e chief of a party which is not spoken of but which exists, neverthele-s, and ma' take an inposing attitude should te'op portutnity ever p)resent itself. You wil perceive that I allude to the Scotch tma sons. The prinicipal lenders of the arm: huelong to this piarty, and you are awar< that they mtake commoni cause with Bus tamennt', and are readly to raise his stani daird whenever he gives the signal. Bravo, whlo commandmk in the south, am who, aftetr Busttamnente, is the moist p)opu har man in the army, also belongs to th Scotch party. The nion of these t wo will suffice any titme to dlestroy all the plan afSanuta Atnnat. The last, however,i atctive in putshinig his schemies, and soone or later there will be an open rtupture. #e expect it everyV monmett and we aro in hopes that from the struggle will arise a new order of thtings, in which correc priniciples of governmeint will flourish. Such is my opinion, at least-I hopei maybhe better foutnded thati my opinioi resp~ectintg the unfortunate M~exia! Nm~w Oinu:?.s, Mav' 31. From Mexico.-By the U. States entte Woodhurv, dlvices hadl been receivei from Tanmpic'o to the 18th in~t., and fren Mexico anid Vera Cruz to the 13th, Th ('entralist Army under G3en Arista, ha< approached'within 15 leagues of Tanmpiec which would sulimit, it was thoumght,with out resistance. In the port were lyina al A merican. a French, attd an English bri of war, on hoard of whtom,the -esidenit for eigners had embarked their most valuabl effects. Nothing wvas doing at Tamnpicc and many of te inhuhitants had fled. Fromt Vera Crtuz the ontly information a interest relates to the insoletnt treatmen received lby the Texian mtinisier. He wa forbidden to land, under the threat of.im prisonment, anid the nation whom he re presented was styled brigatnds, robbers land-thieveq, &c. The news front tht capital confirms the capture of Genera 'Urrea, who was conducted to Mexice there to await the decision of a cour't mar tial on his case, which will, no dotnht, b a sentence of death. Sanita Anna had be come exceedingly popular-was once mor, a great mnant, and will soon recover his los titre Ef the Mexicana Napoleon. If hte ha arty regard for his reputation, he shotil' never again cross the Rio Granda. Th atmosphere of Texas wvill blast hiu Mexi can laurel-. The tyrant was miakin, great efforts to recruit the army. It is no' e simatedl at about fourteen thousand. We caninot believe, however, that lie ha any serius intention of attempting thm congniest-of Texas All accoutnts fror1 the interihtr indticate a pacific state c things. The liberal party are ell'ectuall putt down fur the preset, and the iro sway of despotism is now~ firnmly re-estala lished.. The LondlonMorningz Advertimer of Apri 29, says: "With respect to the bounodar qutestioni, there are speenlations alloati the Citv', that our Govertnent is ready give compensaticn to Amecrica, 9n oetai the line marked out by the King of the Netherlands, and %% iih many this idea was stregtfiened to-day, by the fact that Mr. Sieved-ion, the American Minister, yester day visited thtes Chancellor of the Exche quer at his ollicial residence, afler having had a long conference with the Foreigt Secretary. The correspondence hetwben General Scott and SirJol:in Harvey, which termi ated the Boundary dispute, was received in London on the 30th, aud pronounced highly tatisfhctory. The intelligenee gave an impetis to the stock market generally,aud pu'chases en tELred into it with reie" ed spirit. At the same time the news of Mr. Biddle's resig nation of the Prebidency of the Bank of the United States was received, ard oc casioned a good deal of conversation. [i3 resignation was generally considered, how ever, from his well known character, to in dicate a flouri.hing condition of the Bank, which it isrightly presumed h would not have left in any dillicuhy. The Knoxville Reg-ister of the 29th ult. states that the heat in that place had been at a higher temperature than had ever been known so early in the season. The mer cury in Farenhoit ranging from 90 to 95 degrees in ordinary exposures. A R 1ARIKABLF. Tax.--A Tennessee paper gives an account of a renarkable tree, which is griwing in -Williamson county, in that State. It is a peach tree, well fille with fruit, almost every peach on which is double, triple, and in sone instances (tiruiple, closely joined toget ih er. There are a few scatering tines on it, but the larger portion are double and triple. This is the first year it has borne fruit. The Editor acknotwled;cs payment fron thefollowing Subscriters. For 1839. Aoo ly Burt, Thonmas J. Foster, Battr Iloward, Jasper Gibbs, John liarri-on, Rev. Thos. Morris, Wi. Culbreath, jun Capt. Richard Ward. W. It Key, S. H. Biler, E19 Johnt Burns, Benj. Mims Wuit.loor.Snowden Grillin.M.Ardis, Capt D. Bird, for self and T. B. Bird, T. W. Morton. 1833. Moody Burt, John Harrison. Captain B Ward, Capt. D. Bird, for '37 & 38, am for T. B. Bird, and J. L. Siikiis, for '36 11YtMMEAL. 77Te silk-en tic thit binds tw willing heart s." MARIutED At Cokesbtirv, Aliheville Distrier, ot the 6th inst. by the Rtev. Chs. L,. Walker George Parrort, lagc1. of laimutir-, S. C to Miss Margaret M. Walker, of Charles toil. OBITUARY. Died. on the 31-st tilt., near Midway Barnwell District, Mr. Charle< Dewitt a;ged 4S years, :3 moils and 16 days. lie left five children i lament his losq .',r. 1). was a inciber of the Methodi Church, albout ten years, down mo the pv riod of his demti. In that awful hour whe time, and the world were recedini, an the realities of rternity irsting in view he truly said, that his Saviotir was wit hun.-Comnmunicat<-d. Died, ;it his, residence near Pendleton on Monday mornin the 31 in.;t., after. short and severe illne<-, .Jocob Warle) Esq3. Clerk of the Senatto of this State. Mr. WVarley was well knmown ats a warm hearted, genterous and hontorable mtatn.ant in the immitediate circle of his negnaintant anc, as an anlen-tt frienid. anti a kind hos b and antd father. lie died in the 47r year* of his age, leavintg a large famnil iconisisting of a wvife atnd ninme children,1 lamnent, with numny other relatives an friettds, ltis untimely deatih.-MA'essenger. Ont the I11th ntit. at Jacksonv ille. Alt Dr. Matthew Butri, formnerly of Peudleto .district.-ibid. sI st!ronensicaL Lecture. ALE.CTURtE will be delivered in t[ - ourt /louse, thmis E~vasisc, SubectTheMoon. Tickets 50 cents, at the Drug Store. Thnrsday.Jn 1 89 . ue 11oiin3ts. BY Divinte pertmissioni, I will preach n ait mellowship.-Wecdnesday, at Damascu. rThursday, at Momitain Creek.-Fridav, Stephens' Creek.-Satumrday. at Gilgal.-~Sni dny. at Rted Hill.-Monday, at Antioich-ai i Tesday'. at Plens:mnt Grovc. ,liMinsering and other brethren, wvho may sc these appomitments~will make them iuiblic. A IL LIA M . H19LL June 3, 1839 e LLA P.19L Notice. V orffer of the O.rdin~ary, will be sold 1.3 dgetield C. HI. on the~ first Mondayi - Jiv tmext, ont a credit tili th~e 25th of Decen fherinext, Seveni Ne'grocs of the Estate of E< ward Garrett, deceased. Notes atid securit required of purchasers. JAMES MILLER, June 1, 1~33 Agent of the Execcutor. Edgefield Sheriff's Sales. lb virome of sundry writs of jferifacias, -me dtrected, wvili be sold at Edigefiel Court House. on the first Monday and Tuesda in July next, the following property, viz: B. F McDonald. Assignee vs Thomas A Cobb and James Carter, one House and L< in the tnown of Hlamburg, knowna as the prol erty of Thomas A. Cobb. Meetze & Bankiuight. Assignees, vs D. C I Hayes, one tract of Land containing 644 acre more or less hounded by John Cront, Car Sneltrrove and Plymale 'J. Fort and others. WV. HI. MOSS, S. E. D. 10th June, 1839 19 Anchor' Bolting Cloths. From th c1 riebrated4 manuafactory~ of De Forn &C f of the Province of Saint Gaud ini Scitcraam 7 H E Subscriber has jiust received a full a .3 sortmient of thme above bolting Cloths, d - rect from the mnutfactnrers, comprising all til -nmnbhers used ei'her in orditnary country Mill: or for the finest mnerchantable Flour, whlich wvi he sold 25 per cent. less than ever offeredi this place before. All cloths bought of the subscriber are wa iratied ini every partienhar WMI B.STANLEY. Coluimbia, S. C ay27.18'9 'd17 Abbeville Lands for sale. 4uZ low~ W ILL be sold fordivision at Ahbeville C. H. on the first Monday in September next, 157:i acres of valuable lands, in 2 tracts, viz: 1000 acres, known as the Wallervilic tract, lvmay S miles south of Greenwood, on the Ma this road-this tract is well improved, and in a high state of cultivation, with 501) acres cleared -there are' on it, an ex-elle-it two story dwel lingr house. good Gin-house. Barn and Carriage house, with all other necessary out buildings, and an excellent well of good water in the yard. The other tract contains 57G merpe. adjoiining Newmanrket, within two miles of the Green wood Academics. It has 100 acres cleared, 40 of which are fresh-a good Dwelling house and Kitchen, with other ont buildings, and an ex cellent Spring of good water within --00 yards of the house. Terms made known on the dlay of sale JOHN PARTLOW. June 1st. 1839 -ah 19 The Colinhia Telescope will publish the a hove till the day of sale, and forn ard the ac count to the subscriber, at Newmarket, flor pay ment. J. 1. About Brandreth's Pills, THEIR EFFECTS. T 11ES E Pills are a Vegetable and Utiver sal Medicine, proved hy the experience of thousatnds to be, when properly persevered with, a ceRAIs cure in every fIorme, of the OsLY ONE DIsEAsE. all aving the same origin, mnd invariably arise from the U.NIVElRSAL ROOT of:dl diseases, nmely, IM PURITY, or 11 EILECT eiremation of the BLOOD. in a pernod of little more than three years iII the United dtates, they have res:ored to a state of IEALr1 and enjoyment, oer ONEC IU.N DRE) TiIUUSAND persons,whoiveregiv en over as tenmrable by physicians oflthe tirst rank and standing. ,d in many cases when every other remedy had been resorted to in vain. it, all cases of Pain or Weakness, whether it be chironic or recent, whether it be deafness or puin in thme side, whethem it arise froneonstitn tionial i tromi someimmediate cause, whether it be from internal or extermil injury, it will be cured by persevering in the use ol these Pills. This great principle of "PUl(ING"insilek ness is begitnning to be appreciated. It is found much more convenment to take an occasional dose or haIlfa dozet Pills, and be ahtva s wel, ihati to send forn Doctor and be bled. blistered, and sativated-w it the cermaimy that if you are not kilied, you are sure to have months oftis erable weakness, and the only one who is bene titted is your Doctor Look at the difference between the appeirance of those two persons one has been treated by your regilar practi tioner-see how pale and debiliatedl he is. see how the shadow of death thre,ws his solitary glance from his emaciated couitenance, sec how lie trenbles in every limb; his eyes sunk, his teeth destroved-hmis co:stitumion perhaps, irrevocably go e-yet. list hea how the Djjc tor arrogates to hiselfcredit. IlIe :vs, ".ost inveterate case oef liver ctiplaint"-mthzluing but the t most I nergetic remedies sured him." Energefic measures! i. e. Mercnry aitd Bleed. ing. ruined his constitution, better say. So to savo lire. von must half poison with that cotta firter olthe teeth and gums-M lCURY and positively ymke a tim uise'rable the sad remaiider of his exis!nce; this is ca'led curing. - Shocking felly! I Let us now look at your "mmr:ed" man-the manc who lhas i Iken Broandreth's Pi's for Liver iComplaint-he has the- fir., elastic tread of I consciots strengih, his ceunteniance is cle:tr and serene, his eve is full and sparkling with the fieelinig of new fill! and animation; he has been c'' 'ithineld a few dals to his bed, htt lie ts.-d nothinttg but the TRUS URtNnimn-vu PiLTs. anI soon rose vithout any ijry bein stustaimi ited t his onistittiiln. beustead oifbeing int'hs int a w~eal statc',be will b~ stroneger :afte'r lie ha~s 'eiitirely recovereed the' attach,; ben~,tse his blood - amid fiuids have becotie pttrilied. and havitig - purged away the old anid impuitre Iluids, the sol t ds ate thereby reniovaited, ancd he is tnot horne - own by useless particles, bitt has renewed his - lifi- and body both. This pritieiple of purging wvithi lratndreth's Pills. retmovies nothing 'out the useless aitd de caiyed pairticles fromt thei body,-the morbid and e nrrtupt hitmnots of the blond ; those humors Iwuich cause disease-they impede thme func miitns ofthte liver whe, tey settle upon1 that orgitt. anid wvhichi wheti they settle upon the - muscles, ptroiduce rhmetmatismi; or, upon1 the nerves prodttce gout; or. uponvi the hucgs pro dnee consumption; or, tupomn the intestimes, cos tiveness; or, tupoti itheitnings of the blood ves seils, aple~thxy anud paralysis. anid all the train of edisorders so melanchloly to the sutfferer and all Yes, purriing these humnors fronm the bndy is the true enire for all these comptlaints. and every otheir formt of disease; this is tno mere assertiont, it is a demnons'rable truth, arid each - day it is extending itself, har and wide it is be cotting knownt, atnd tiore & tmocre appreciated. n'The cure hvy pucai.rginmay imorelepend upon ,, lthe laws which produce swveetness or puirity - thani may het generally imagined. Whlatever it tends to st;:giate will prodntee sickness, be :- ciause it tiends to puttrefactioni, therefore the ne d cessity olrconustant exercise is seen. WVhen conisticnt exercise cannot lie used e FROM ANYCAUSE, the occasional use of OPENiNo MeiDiciNE is AIISOLUTELY requir ed. Thus the .cosntrrs of the DrLOOD, the FOUNTAIN 0F IlFE are kept tree fromt those itm - puties which would prevent its steady enr' rent ministering health. Thus, morbid hiumors tare prevented from becoming ied with it. It is ina'uire which is thus assisted thtrotrh the means and outlets which she has p-;ovided. for ,herselCf Da.BrtANDRETIZ's OrFCs in New York,are 241 BROAI)WA Y.187 Htudson street,.and 276 Bowery, betmccen Prince and Housstonu-sts. Bewvare of counterfeits. Druggists NEVEa made agents. 70-MEETING-STREE.T-70 Onily place ine Charlestoti for Brandreth's Vegetable Universal Pills, wvhich is mty own of a fice, acid opened for the exclusive supply. Do a not forget. y 70-MEETING-STREE.T-70, Oneiloor from Queen. is the only pilace for the .true Branidrethi Pills. Price 25 cents per box, t with full directionts. 11. BRANDRETH, M. D. The Gsrvsr Brandrreth's Pills are sold by .C. A. DOWD. Edgefleld C. HI. aned PAR s ROTT & YOUNG, Hamburg, S. C. Jtune 5, 1839 adof 18 $39 Reward. . TOLEN fromt the subscriber .Aotn the ntight of thme 14th inst. a dark brown (nearly black) horse, __-rather of the pony size. Saiat horse has the following marks, viz: a blaze in -his face, thte letters C. P. brnded on his hind amid fore leg, and in hisgaith lism is hitnd feet so e that thmey are mneih worn. Atny person returninig .said horse to me, livimng on the Five Notch Rtoad, II seven mtiles above WVhite Hall, Ahheville Dis ma trict wvill be paid $10, or for the hors.' and thief $30. W. H ENRY CA LHOUN. . May 27, 1838 c 17 The Augusta Conistitutionahist will publish the above three timies amid forward the accon to a fl Kgath-:!R' A b~villv Dii~eic 4. C DISSOLITION. T HE Copartnership of H.L.JErFERs& CO. of Hamburg, South Carolina, was dis solved on the 1st of August; 1838. by mutual consent. All unsettled business of the concern will be attended to by 11. L. Jeffers. H L. JEFFERS. R. BARBER. Hamburg, May 2 1839 ac 10 beg leave most respectfully to inform my .Efriends, and the public generally, that Mr. [full*PI ai:s BOULWARE has associated himself with me, and that the business will hereafter Ie lone inader the nim of JEf ERS & BOUL. WARE, and hope that a continnation of the liberal patronage hi:horto bestowed, will be merited and received. II. L. JEFFERS. Hanburp, May 13. 1839 nc16 NEW FIRM LV HAMBURG, S. C. T IN". Subscribers bee leave to inform their friends, and the iblic generally, that ltev have associated theiselves together in the ToYv of Hamb ,rg, for the purpose of trans icting a general Irocer ind Cominssion Bueiness, n which capacity they offer themselves to the public. and I ope, by a strict and close attention a busine..s, to receive a liberal share of patron ige. Their Stock shall ever be composed of the nost choice and well selected artictes usually kept in a Groecry atd Sta;ple Dry Goods line. All Orders, or leters addressed to them, for iny artic!e, or busin'ess on Comnission, shall meet. with careful attetion and despateh. HENRY L JEFFERS. H UMPHIREYS BOULWARD. Ilamburg, May 1:3, 3839 ac 16 ionebody, Look at thisi T AKEN from the Stable of the subscriber, at larch Coirt, st Saddle, with skirts sttied inl front, about half worn; worth, when new, about $2. Also, a Bridle and Martingal, without a collar. Thtere was left in place of the above a plain Saddle. black around the edge of the skarts, with a leather Surcingle attached to it, and pla ted stirrups. Also, a snalle bridle, with round checks new head stall, and old reins. The owter of* the plain saddle is regnested to return the stule:i saddle. without further trouble, as the exclange. mist be kaown by this time.-and is tot satisiactory. C. J. GLOVER. May 7. :9 ' .tf 14 Oulsce Con. Frec Schools, I Ernirem:.D, Feb. tith, 1837. R ESOLVED that the Teachers of Free Schools. in the District of Edgefield, be reqltirel to present their accounts quarterly to the Board, otherwise they will not be recoived. By -der of the Board. May 1.3 b 15 The flloiring gentleinen are appointed Com missioncrs of Free Schools for Edgcldd District. Thomas Scttrry. John Huiet, Abram KiL crense, G. C. Itobertson, B. RoperMtnsco Satm niel. L.ewis Holme-4. P. F. Laborde, P. Bland, John Amleisont, V N. Moore, David Ardis, J. C. Alle,. .ew.. Spring & Summer i ODS.-The subscribers beg leave to in G form their friends, and the public gener ally, that they havejust received a large assort Staple & Fancy Goods. suitable for the season. Embrncing almost every variety of Fancy Goods, that are usually kept in this market. Their Goods have heen selected with great enre, and they feel confi dient that they are able to give their customers sattsfctiotn, vith regard to prices and uttality. They invite their ftiends. and enstomers. to enll an-l examine their Stock, and buy Gootss at low pries. 'T'lev feel thankful for pact favors, and hope to merit a continatnace of public patronage. NICHOLSON & PRESLEY. Mare!' R j.J *ttf 8 ,TR SAYED -t10 the stubscriber, en the h o April. 5 tmiles from, I taburg, ont the stage road tou I-.dgefiehd C. Hl. adarkgrey'Marv, abotut 'Lyears obal. atnd betweetn 13nd 14 hands high. She htad the scratches otn one of her hind fhet; thte fetloc~k is or was cttt offthtat foot. Her tail mosatly white. antd a dim star on hter iore head. Atny itnfortmtaton will Ite thaankfutlly re ettive-d $10 reward wilt be givetn for the dr. livery of the ware. RUTHA ANDERSON. May 27, 1339 d ?7 Strayed FitOM the subscriber on the 9th of May, a slitm soreS ilorse. 7 ot 8 ye'ars old, abottt 15 -. . .... Ithands hight. Anty person taking htim nup atnd conveying word to tme, on Saluda, jutt below~ Island ford, shall be p aid for 3o do itng. JOH IN FAY. Jtunel1. 1839 * h 18 FOUND. L the Augtnata Stage Road, near Mount YVitage, a Bunsrh of Keys, with a seal antd corkscrew attached. The owtner catt htave them hv. paving for this advertisement. Apply at tis office. May 27, 1839 b 17 Public Notice I hereby given, thtata Petition signed by the citizens at Edgefield Conrt House, will be presented to the Hottorable thte Senate atnd House of Representtives of the State of South Carolina, at its next session, for the incorport tion of the Village of Edgefield. May 1, 839 .16 $20 Reward. STOLEN ott Monday night, the 8th instant from the residence of Capt. E. B. Belcher, a Patent Silrer W1atch, with a Silk Braid Chain, attd a Brass Key attitched to it. Whosoever wvill deliver the said W~atch to the subascriber, and proof sufficient to convikt the thief, shall receive the above reward. RICHARD M. JOHNSON. April 17, 18399f 11 NOT ICE. A LARGE amoatnt of taotes and accounfs dute to Lorrain Geddings, formerly of* Hlattburg. has been placed in the hands of tho subscriber. with the positive direction to sue tupon all snteh of them. as are not settled on or before the first Maonday in Jane next J. P. CA RROLL, Auorneg. May 2, 1.38 mf 13 Fresh Family Groceries, AMONG whichbare Porto Rico and New Orleants Sutgar. New Orleans and Caba Molasses, Hvson, Imnperial and Black Tea, icee. &c. &c. For sale by C. A. DOWD. A pril 1, 1839. a f 9 .fppreie Wanted. ObNE or tw Boys, from 14 to 1(6 vears o ..age, who c'an read ani write welcl, wg in '.uka i arbi dntdd J ti OM4.