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TiHUtSDAY, J UNE 27, 1d39. An interview is requested with the wri ter, who signs himself "Augusta." The Hon. George MeDuffie, arrived it Baltimore,on the 18th inst.. and took lodg ings at the Exeltange lintel. The Mlacon Telegrapibof the 18th inst says: "the drought still continnes, and n( appearance of rain. The Weather las week was hotter, than ever hefore knowi in this place, On one or two lays, it some situations, the thermometer was al to 100!" The Memorial of the Officers and Ser geants of the 8th Brigade or Snuth Caro lina Militia, on the subject of raising thi salary ofthe Adjutant and Inspector Gen eral, is worthy of the attention of our Le gislature. The service of this Ol'icer i of the most arduous character, and th< office necessarily involves considerable ex penditure of money. Ample remunera tion should be given. We have received thepamphlet entitlet "Hints on Female Education, by Elia Marks, M. D." sent us by our nttendv correspondent. It is very sensible an contains many judiciotus remarks. Tit teachers of young females throughout ou country, would be profited by its perusal The introduction is peculiarly excellent. The Narrative of Mr. Duan.-Th extracts from the Narrative of M r. Duant on the great subject of the Iudepender Treasury, which we publish to-day, ar of hiah interest and importance. The au thor is known to be a gentleman of grea intellect, and'of incorruptilble inteority. His memorable opposition to Presidet Jackson, cannot he forgotten by our read ers. He nobly disdained to act contrar to his own sense of right, anl to be a mer passive servant of Executive will. H would not be an instrument!& Come' hi would, he refused) to commit what he emt sidered -wrong, at the dictation of an man, however emalted. Several persons among w' hom are com laies of our village, have planted til Mlorus Multicaulis cuttings this season; We regret to say, that many of the - tiugs have not come up. The same h been the case in many other places. Som individuals in this place, are also engavi in the culture ofsilk. The most exter sive cocoonery is that of Nlessrs. G. L Penn, & Goode, & Dr. R. T. Mims. These gentlemen from an ounce of egg have raised 40,000 worms on the nativ Mulberry. They have all flui-hed spit tt _g, passed through the chrysalis stat and have baid about five millions of egg The time employed in raising this basrg crop of eggs,wvds not more thtan six week: We have seen a specimen of the rasw sii which has been made. It is fitne aut beautiful. The~ bugs.-The bugs which have fc t wo years past, desolated the corn-fields< ottr District, have dlone great dama~ge th.. otrt crops itt sotne neighborhomds. I that section of countty fying otn Big Tot key Creek, several planters have intforme us, that they have not made mrore tha half a crop of oats; others have said, thi they have made none. During last weel< we went into the extensive oatfield of. platnter in that neightborhoodl, and wins cd otnrselves, the ravages of these insect: The grain was so mucht injured thtati matty spots,it wvas scarcely worth reaping On the ground beneath the shenves, lat a large quantity of black logs, matny< which settled on Qur person, greatly toot0 annoyance. Not being-partial to the stud of entomology, wve shook them off ase spec dily as possible. We resolved from thr time, uever to set font into an oat-field1, r any other field, which they claim as thci peculiar Domain, uintil they wecre extermtir ated front the face of thne earth. We are irl formed. that they are nowv attacking thm corn-fields of several of otur farmers. [Heaven send us a safe and speedy delis erance! Contradictionl.-WeC copy the followin from the Carolina Gazette: - a-The Raleigh Standard a week or tw -s *nee, scattered a'portion of its abuse upo 'the Mladisoniant, by way of charging thm 4jotorious5 Reuben M. Whitney, of hemn Editor of that paper. We see from the Star of the 29th ol the editor had recei vedl letter fromt TPho Allen, Esq Editor of thme Madisonian,i which hie denties the charge downmriah and states that Reubent Whitney wasi Mississippi, attending to his own privat -matters." . ot withstan~ding the dlenial-that Renhe is noto, the efficient editor of the' Madist niatn, it is by no means certatn, that It neer was. The Month of June.-This monut it i s~td, derives its name either from Juniore the Jtuniors, as dturintg its continluancet, tht youth among the Romans, beld ant assem blyl for 'heir recreation, or fron,' Junit Brttus, whto drove out the Tarquin famil - ET, a etis etir4c ed r se r !fany writers say, that June derives it nne f..a Jo. who was in the Cl:ssi< Mytholozy, the Queen of gods and men - The Romans dedicated this month to tha godles. B ai ley says,the painters rormerli . represented June in a mantle of dark grasi -green, having the head adorned wit a coronet of bets, haag-cobs and maidet hair, holding in the left hand an angle, it the right, Canfcer, and onl the arm, a brs ket of ummer-fruits. Poets and novelis love to speak of the month of June. Or nothine do they delight more tW expatinte than the balmmness of the mornings, tl: brilliance of the mid-day, and the cal, ness of the evenings. of this period. 'Tit indeed a grateful theme. June is eminenly a poetical month. Na ture now dons her richest and her gayest robe of green. She is now in full dress. The chill winds which lineered throughon the month of May, have fled afar, and the gentle breezes breathe upon us. The temperate fervour of the daly. now inviaor ates our weakened framesg-new life isin fused into us-the dull current of our blood. now makes its rounds more freely. The pale invalid now walks abroad a new mati. He no longer dread fhe pier cing blasts of Winlcr, nor the fickle wea ther of Spring. lis weaknes-his rack ine pain are forgotten, and health tiloomw upon hischeek. te can now wilk forth in. harmed, and look upon the glorious sun ris< the brilliant sun-set, & ihe cloudless blue ofthe heavens. What tr'ansport fills his sonE, lie feelsgrateful for the return of health healih, the greatest. earthly hoon whiel God bestows on men, and which none prize,suve he who has lost it, and regaine it. Let him rejoice! Lef him lift up hi heart in thankfuloess, for rhe bright am beautiful days of June ! Alas! they ar fleeing rapidly away! Already the subri ness of summer has come upon us! Al realY, has the sun ioured down upon us. his fiery ardotur! Oh for 'the geutle Souch! Would iie preserve our bodies in heathi and vigor? Then away wih excitement Away with debauch! Let temlieranec U and cnnness of soul, be our c mpanion it our families-amid the company of ot. frwnids and in ourjourneyings o the way Front our C trrc ,ponde'nt. COLUMBIA, JU.NE 17, 1839. e Not long since, I visited a section of* ih Rail Roat now in constuction, fron thi point to Branchville. It is the heavies work of the kind which I have ever seen fand the fidelity of its execution reflect e great credit upon the contractors. Tha whole Road I am informed is under cont tract, awd there is no doubt that whei completed, it will be one of fite finest road ~ in the world It is believed, that it wil be in operation in little more than 1 e twelvenumb, and you may % ithout heci tation give te idle rumor about its ahau do~nmaenit, to the wind. it is true that tha work ni ill cuoi umore thau was anat:cipantedi Sbut the ex pendiature already of a large suom the letting out of al the contracets, amih thta spi-rit oh coterprize tf wich~l outr peopl .have giv en nio smaalh proof, wilt emsure it completion. Thbis Road is much eedei not only by Columabiat, hut by a large por r lion maf the State. # ith naot the least >er stonal iaterest int the matter', I' can-say witl truth, that the public weal demands it. Conmiais the mtarket, anti must ever b. so, of thousanids of our people. Thte Con garee River, (without much of a fleure has not beena woth much more for ntavig.a tion during the last several tmon:hs, thai the Beaver Dam Cteek of your Village It is tnevetr a good, safe River for Steana Boats to this point, and butt a litale whill sice I heard one of the nmst enaterprizinj citizens of itts TIons n declare, that their in troductioni was a fatal erro~r. Dr. Marksa has jaust closed his Femal r1-Isitute, and 1 am sorry to say foreret rNo) man ever lived among us, who ha done sdi much for the cause of Female Ed ucattion, and I an sure that by the bette r'sex at least, his searvices will lie loang re rmembered. Between ten and tweni' years ago, he mnemoriaslizetd outr Legisla -tore, andI at temptedl to obtain soa'e actiot aby which the stamadard of Fen-.ale Edluca tion should be elevated, but succeeded onlF so far, as to get a favorable report fr-om the Commit tee, of which the hameianted Grimke was Chairmati. The Legislatur-e refuse< to do any thingt hut with a spirit mad de votion rarely equalled, he estsalished m~ Institutiona in the vicintity ofthe- To~wnx, a r a very great expense. and to the presen r' timie has consecrated his entire energies (' i this holy purpose. Of the maarner ii which he has dlischarged his ditties, thtot sandcs in this. and the contiguous States Scan bear testimony. I regardl the disc-on tianuatnce f~ hai, Schuool, as a ruablic c-alai Lty. I send youa a pamphlet written b: him, entiti-d "Hiinrs on 14male Educa .Mr. Bucekinughamn hafjust coactuded short course of lectaures on Palestinoe a this place. lie is all. I think, that the pa pers say ofC him There is one feature it slistectures, that pleases me very muttch a lle reprobates in a very decided imaner the persccutiton of the Jewsa by the ('bri+ tiatns, andt characterizes such condauct ai at war with that spirit of charity andl for sbearance, for which the !!reat Atuthor o ou- religion was to remnar!;mbl. CO3MMU.NteATEr. THE CHIN(A! BUGS. AmBBVI LW. DIST., S. C. .1une22. Mr. Editor:-A few days since. I visit-. ed . field of wheat in the neighborhood of Cambridge, for the purpose of witnessing ite depredations of these inects of tie Seas.m. and to my great sorrow I stv them a11( the lIrects of theni aso. The'y have injured wihent somewhat, hut not greatl%. They increase so rapidly and spread so overonr firms, thnt we are t. .'ul that the remainuer of our crops will snlTer very niich by them. Sinere the wheat has been cut. I discover that they. have attneed on-ts, with such renewed vigor, thnt I do iot hesitate to say, thnt there will not be more thran lalf crops of oats gathered in this neilghborhood. There is a field of oats now in, my view, which not more than 10 days ao. hade fair for a vood harvest. But how the scene hisichan ged! Since that time, there are whole acre- now lying prostrate; I have been credibly informed, that the bugs are so copious in some fields, that a gill might be collected from one stalk of oits. Now I do tint sav that any person was so acc rate as to nieaure therm, but thev are pro' suied o he thus copious. I aim very fear ful that if they continue to increase, annd spread over the corn crops, that there will be a great failure of' this grain. Ifa drought should succeed. I see nocl ance for us, but to substitute half loaves for whole Oiies. C. Foreign. IMPORi'ANT FROM MEXICO. Na.Ew ORLEANS, .atine 12. Outr advices received on Saturday hy arrivals from Tampico. Mmanmorns. antid Vera Cruz. teiem with the darkest forcho dings for this unfortunite ciruntry. Fr m every State an Deprtimentu :econtis oh Irealon an:l atnarcly were pourinlg ill. andl aniler aggravations that would lar com. parison with those tra!redies ciormmonlv acted in old Spain. The Mexi-an Presi -lential chair is no sinectire at presetii. Santa Alin wields the iron rod of com. marnrd with great dexteritV : hat his blorws tire required to fiall so thick and heav. ihni there is but feeble hope ir the hero if Vera Crutz %%ill be able to htld 1111t very long. Airvady the States orf Guanaumto .an almsoand San Liis de Potosi have snccesilly resisted hIis tm13alnates; and at the latest thales were mrkiari vigorotis er forts to re-organize at ntirrmy. that seemrred to indicte ireenl fecall 01 the frcei s til dier Bustramntte and Ari-in, to prevet tire trtotal annihilation of Centralism in the in terior. Prom General Urren the news is not at all without hope. Ib is strroided by l!ustarmente and Arisia: and on the night of the 27h tl. the laonr suceecdel in surprising ati caturing a smtall fort ornmanding the eitrane to the river where lay i triflinr and ill-armed sclhoon. er, which also I into his inandls wivithor I resistance, exeept- lint the boravery of a single French Allicer, with sore'five ora six of ins crew coul.t dot-The rest of his dastard <glidsurrendering withot a blow! The city of Tarnpiro is saO well forrililed y :he Fedlerailists, thrat Baustnmtente rtoghrt it utseles~s taa atacrk it withaot more imeanas: arrd aecordinrgly he dlespateLd n hr:-ia to Vera Cruzx for hreaivy artillery, homhri, &c. Ir aorder thrar somne ideat mrieht be faored reerardhing tire reral staite of the inraior of .Mexico, we trrsinare the folowinrg itemfs Ifrom Sanota Ana's (Jhlicial Garzete: "Oar the 18tih Muyz a le comandaant genetrl of .Miehoatcan and1 Ganaajunato ad vised the Mirnisier of War aind Marine.tlhar Manruel Velez, at the head of 30)0 menr enmered naid took possession of Uraa mi on tire 12th., burt after a severe caotest. int which some ment were killed ota baothr sides, tire government troops srcceeded in dis lodIginig thre fronm tire forts. -Onr the 21st tire citadel uif Gutadalajara awas bretrayedi by an enrsign of artdllery rmito the hanrds of Monterreger, Garcia Vargras, & aoter appular leadlers ofthte pat riots ini tire dlepartment of Jaisen:. It was iammeadi arely garrisoned by more thanr 400 Feder alists --Ahnrut tire samre time, the sqauaron of o aperationas in D~urranto rev'olted, anid opren ly dechlrrerd in favor of IFedeerion.". TIhe abiove facts, selected fromri a hn. dredl of a simuilar decscriprtion, are enotrgh to mrarke it evidlent that even the c:apture of Tarmpico, is no to dlecidhe tihe cont'est hretiween the hreiligerent pairties. Tast UJsrov. STArTs asa MuEstco.-It hrma. breen a mnarter of mrnehi specular:in, why thre U. Strates Governmtient have air deredi so lairge a nnrval force tupont the coast oif Mexicau, T1he sucecess of the Fretrch in threir coercive nregoceiations, hras taught the UI. Stattes, that inr her intercoarse with that power, tire only ellective argumahent that can hre uised is force. Thre unwatrran ted delay of tire Mexicant Goverrrnment to granlt aar indenity to oaur eitizeans for spol intionrs, arnd tire prar iriationrs used hv rhat' prower ini confirminrg ire treaty aof arbritra tionr, ha~s plraed the U. Stares in tihe posi-. tion, either to comrpel thie Mexicans to meet their engagemenrts,or to neknrowle~dgei threy hrave neither thre p)ower or inclitnation' to tiefenrd their citizenas fromt pirattical ag greseions-. TFhe defear of thre Jfederalists will tenrd tarconsolidate the party, that hrave beean tire aruthors of all the ntggressionrs rupoar forrciener4. Unaless mrenasures are takenr Io, coimpel themr to respect aus, we tmav look. for new anda negravated inrsualts. Tire pa-ific policy of t he Unitedf Startes hais beenr ecrited to an extent, in the negej aiiations~ with Mexicon, that has alrendvl cotmpromrised tire na rtionral hronror in the eyks aof thea Euiropeian powvers, aind it is now rime thra we shoulrd week redress at hle mromah o f our cananrm.-- Bulletin.. Nm;w Oni.: s, Jurne 12.\ A commrrerciahlrhonie in this city., hri~s kittaly favorred aus wit h thre fnrloawing~ extracd of a letter~ received ihe othrer dray from thecir corre~1pondaent rat Vera Crurz; T 1he Alexienna Gaovernmernt is organri. -,:.. -man-m arr fGt) me' withr whlir b to recover the sovereignty of their lost Protince of Texas, and nppear deter mined to make a desperate elflrt to ef rect it."-Ibid From the Louisiana Adcrrli.cr, of the 13th in LAT. %-N I.tPOrTAYT FtOM N EXiCIo -Capt. Kenny. of the schooner E mhie.. nrrived vesterd:v fron M ttinmornas, sen* lint on the 4th insf. (two udays previritn to his departure) 5110 Cuinr tie indi n, attacked the 1exienn residentq on the north side of tle river Rio Grande; killed anout thirty of them and plundered o-' destroyed every thing they conhl hy tli hands on. A tiasseneer on honrd he Emlilem. also inform its liat Git. Lamiiaq harl taken possessioni of the chiv ofDiraiigo, the Cap ital of thr mate of that name. and also the town of Satillo and was niarching on Zncnteens, ahoit200 miiles distant from the former place. The whole interior was in arms anniner the unvernitent. and it was supposed that General Bustanenie would have to guit his siationi iear T:Impico, !nd proceed to the interior. Mainmorns wns still in pos wesqion of the government partv.consisting of about 1000 men. who, iiistea of rejoi oein at the denriti of Gen. Mexin. were so disgiisted with the villainy and cruelty or Sanita Aoin, 'ht it wos supposed thev would ol'er their assi-tance to the federal nrmy in cnse or an attnek, which was dnily expected. A Mexienn passenger on the E. laIniel it the, idea of tle acvergnent party ertertaining even a hope ofever he ing able to take possesIon of Tainpico. The President of the U. States will soon leae W aslington ott a visit to the North We hope, that wherever he goes. lie may receivi thait attention ywhich is dle to his oflice as Chietf Mteistrate of the Nation. anid to his cbara< ter as a getimiian; and that no party fcelirizs may he siifred to intrude into any party deionitrarious of respect which mav lie extenled towaird<s hin. As the President, he is erritled to attention, and a.4 a geniteman, his uniforni dignity antd propriety of de:.ortmen make it due that cutriesy and politenlesi shoild be proipily exhiltied in all intercourse with him.-AlWrandria Gazette. The New York Corier. in copying n letter from iie Richonud Enqnirer, stat inog that Mr. Stevension has procnred froim the British (iGoveruinent coiiipensation for the shaves wrecked on ie Bahamas n3s: -We are sorry to say we mne donlt tIe correctness of Ohe initelli gence it prn oids to co'niniiniente. In Ithe casi of Ihe slaves wrecked at Bermuida, the British Secre inry of Sinte poiively refuwer to give the rteniaimeration req:ire'd by our Miister, Mr. Stevensoun." Ban k and Boll Road Dividrnd.-T he Smbih Westeri Rail Roala k Ins de dared :i dividend f'.50 cets per share, on the ist Bank itsiilient, fron the ist Jan. iiary last, piny;ble .n anld ater the 1st prox., being at ite"te of8 per ceit PIr anuium. The Loisville. Cincininati and Ciarlestoi iR ail Rond Cotinny, havede claried a dividend of :, ets. per share. liniig 2 per cent on thie( whoe aionunit paid in. This litter dividenid. we presmiein, i6 from the profits of the Charleson & 1iamtibur tond.-Charleston Courier. The Georgia Rail Road,-A tGieud his drawn our aiention to the report of it Chief Engineer of tihe Georginu Rail ((olid. i t shows ai flourishiine state of. ailiir.. T1hme oumber ofr paissenigetrs t ravelinig on the road fromt Maty 1, 1S838,10 May I. 1S39, were'.!8 001-'amount receivedI'or pa~ssuige anlone ~66.1.40 97- uount of freinui, ir voliumiis for UGeircin emierprise.-Sauan nahl Georgian, 19/h inst. As it should be.-T hr Beeretary of War has joined~ the Tempernce Soelety, anid lhe sems idetermuined toi make every oine connected wih tiihe Arm "~iiloliow in Is rootsteps5." By hi- temnperanee orders re certily i..snied, he has not ioniy f'orbiihilen the Ca;diets nt We,.t Point to nu s pir iii ous liquors, but even the hoard of Visiters. Exam iner. RIVlIdNEAsa "Thme si/ken tie tat binds taco cilling Awarts." On Monday, the 17thu June, by the Rev. Riciari hi Toidd, .lr. Jgmiies Mceinney, to .iss Aul hidna sectonid diauttr iif M1r. Jonat hani Johnasotn, al ~of Ahhtevitle Dist. lIn Greenville on the ~d inst. biy the Rev. Mr. Stueppaurd, Mr. Johno Rmitnge of Edge fieli Distrier, to) Miiss Saraht A. Mi. daugh ter~ of Bieverly Borum, Esq. otr~reenvilk.. On Tuesday the 28th May, 1839,hby the Rev. Mr. Gibdlersteev'e, 'ir. Willisoni I. Bleaztey. of Ahheville istcrict, to Miss Mairihn, econdt daiuhter of .Mr. Johno Mc Master, of Charleston. S. C. OBITUART. Died, at her residence on F'lat reek,1 Limenisier Disitries, on the 9tth inst. Mrs. CATII EnIN E HIAIL, in the 102d year. of tier atge. 'The decenised waus born Rappid~ahammekVirginiian, in Mlarch I7 anid removed to her~ late r sidenuce ont Fhnu Creek before the Re'voluitioniary WVar; in early vouth site was a school naute oif tuie Patriot Gen. Simner anid has breen a wvidow for tie lass .45 yentis, her hiusban-i' haivinug died in Colomitia in D~ecembter 1791 whtile attenidini. to his duties as Repiresenitative in the State Legislt~uure fromi Linaester! District. F~or mtore thian 70 yeairs shie has been a zi'nlotns and cnistanit miember of the Banptist Chu irh.--1lercusry Died A t is residence in Gr.'enville Dis trict oti the 13th itnst. M r. Charnle< itenson. aged 74 years. The dle'ensetd was ai nni tive of Carohinie County, Va.. hitt removed to Sonth Carolina, diil-ing itie tiiiiof ithde Revolutionary wvar. atid has beein a~ vaina ble citizen of this District upwards of 30 years.--Mousntainecr. A,-'URI will be de ive'redt ini ihe LF'ur Hiansr, this Evasiso. 'Tickets 5 cenlts. at ther Druc Store. Thuarsdavy. June '17. 1M'J9. M niinisterial i onfe'ence. Trhe Ed -,efiell 1ip'ist .iinisterinl Con ference will meet in this place on Well nesdav next, at 9 o'clock, A. M. Preach ing oni Tuesdiny night pre-viiiis. lie Commcit ee of sevel Oll l1I igion s puiblica lions ar' regnested to ine at lite s:nie ltme. W. H..JOHNSON, ('rm of the 'on fernce Comt'ice. Camup .1elbin'. 111 lE nptist Church ai Gi:gni, lilgeleld DiIstrict. have appointed n1 Camp-oceet ing to Colimence with ltheiml, on the Friday be fore 3d Lord's dav in Amiint next. It is ex pee-ed, that, enrii',g lhe meeting, the hon.<e now in iildiig. wirl he dedieated 14) the service of' (od. 3linitering lretihein are invited to at tend. * By order of' the Clireh. J. M.Cl1L'-S Pastor. June 14th, 18:9. dppointments. YDivine periissioin. I vi i preah on lmoindav 24tlh inst.ai Siloam.-Tinesdays, at .eilmvsip.-Wednesdty, -it D:insncs.' Thursday. it iMonrtain Creel.-Fridnv. it Stephens' Creek.-Saturday.at Gilgal.-'nn day, at I'Led Ifill.-mondnay, at Anti ci-and Tuesdav. at Pleasant Grove. Miinistering and other brethren. who may see these appmtmUients,will make them pl'ollic. A ILLI. P. Hill.L. Junle 3. 189C1 Brought to the Jail O F this Di:.;rict. a negr man b. the name oif DAV E. fth is hetw een:'> and 40 ear. of age. five feet 8 or 9 inchews high. le' says that he belotgs to a company of men on the 3bcon Rn il Rond, llihh county Gn.; the Cil lowing are names of' the gentlemeit. viz: Dr. Winn, Dr. homas. John Thoimas and -aninel Hunter. The om ner is requn'sted tit coime filr warl, prove property, pay clhneres and take him awn.C. J. G LOV Eu, J. E. ). Junlei27, 18:19 tj" 21 T iiake tolice. N the :d of.inie. a Ilorse ran nway from dugeliehl Vi.!age. with a Saddle. lBiidle, and ndle bu.gs. Tle saifle-hnezs liave sic. be'- oeid, aid restored. The ho(e I' h:s al; been f'od. but the sadd:e is still tissiig. It is expect(d th-11 soiIe person ny have int'tc the sai(dle oE and titr.-d the 1lorse loose. 'The .:idlle is not mech weorse of' wear. it has a orciine and girth tm -I won. wii1 Bra - stirrups. Likewise on the smice iight. I por'ket took was lost. c'nltaining 37 or :-: in Unniiev of the dillient iks of' thie State; 3: dollar.s were f-irded ins : piece onf paper. nad '- or dolillrs were in tie leaves of' the ;io110 Thi Book is what is c:ecl Prestotn's l'ocuk i Wi 1,1. t. and tied vith n.bllte string. lie owier's metie is written on the inside and IIe believes it to be elatedthe 29th. April. %3t. .\nv person finilin. inv o' the above iietioined articler. tip'tcn givina iiformation tic 31aior Thioimta.. Baco:c, of the santme, Wil' be liherally rewarded. .1 n. InS. 1:; ) C 20 A bbeviiie La~nd% frw sale. I 1l.[. ie .-ad irfivisier n a A be ille C. II. Ito the first lotnldnr in S.ptember next. 157.; :res of' vnalet~n 6rends, in 2 tracts, viz: 1000 anres. known s tile Wailerville tract. lV ng 8 miles ,ouibc of Greenwool. nit. the 31a this road-this trnet is well improved. a:d in a high state of' eltivationl. with 50W acres cleared -there ar' otc it, itn excelle it twi stor' dwei limr hoise.good Gin-lonse. Barn and Carrinig hotise. with all oilier c'rer iont itimi. atndl nu excellent well of' good water in tlhe Yard. The tilier iract cont:iitis 57f' acres. adijoitiing Newimiarket. within two miles of' the Green wood Andemii's. It has 100 acres cleared, 40 of which are freh-a good ih'ellinr hoise anttd Kitchen, with other ont bitildiigi. inl aIn ex celltnt Spring of ;'iod water within 2110 yards of tie hose. Terms made known on the day of sale J.0h.N PARTLOW Jnute 1st, 1839 rit 19) The Col mbirn Tele'scope will piliishc thte r hove 'ill the dav cf saie. antd tior -ilr the nc cocunt toi thce sicbscriber, at Newmatrkect, Iior jiay mnent. J. P. Not ice. 1 order of thce O rdirn'rv. wcll he sohl all .* E dAgelieldl C. I otn thti first Mondlay itt . ily 'ext, ole a credit til- thce 2>th of' De'emtc her nrrxr, Seveni Nnegrecs of the I .staite oif Ed-l ward Garrett, dleceatsed Notes atid se'crity reqirced of' pnrchascners. JA'rES' alhTLER, unto 0. 1~igent of 1he Ecctor. I) 'i vir:nte of' soiitry' waitis *f/icrifcins, to 9 me directed, will be seold at ildrfiehld Coctrt Ilinwe. on the first .\loinday' aird Tttesday itn Jculy tcext. tihe l'tllowing property. viz: [B. r Ale [Do. aid. Assicne vs Thcoas A. Cobbi andii Jameuis Carter, oze lions" acnd Lit in the teewi. of' flamibuirg, knowi as the prop c'rty ofi Thecmnrs A. Ccibb. Meetze & Banktnitght. Assignrers. vs D. G". Haves. otne tract of lern-l conh'iinte 0144 acres mtoire or less bunttded lhv Johnc Cront,. (Cary Snel- rove rcnd Plymiahe l. Fort and others. Term's Cask. WV. II. MOSS, S. E. D. 10th Jnoe, 1839 19 D IS40LTIOlV. T H I Co partersehip of H L.JarreRs& Co. of Hiamburg, Southc Carolina, was dis-. solved (in the 1st of .Augus, 1838, by mutttul consent. All uinsettled busitness of the conicern wvill be attended to by H. ILjefferi. R. BARBER, Hamburg, May 2H83 LJE1ErS Nbeg leti"' mostresepectf'ully to info'rc my .1 friends, and the public genierally, that Mr. HUMennsYS BoIutw~nZ hass associated himsetf ~vith me, and tat the business 'will hereafter Ihe Alone ucider the namie of JEFFE RS $r BIOUL. IW. RE. nndi hope that a cotincuationi of' the. ihernt patronatge hitherto bestowed. will be wrecited atnd received.-. 1h-embi'ry. niy 13. 1839 nic 16 ' NE W FI1RYI / IN Hf.'l MIIIURG,S. C. H E Suh.i-cribers heg leave to in form their frierids, and the pnblic generally. that th2ev hav'.e ass'ociaited thcemtselves tog ethier in the *Tuiwn nil HJamurtg, for thte purlipose of' trans 'actincg a general G3roery andi Commission Business, ;in whinch enitacity they offehr them'isetl'es to the public. and ho'.". by a strict aitnd close attenticin to biusiness, to r.-ceive a liliraul chaire of ptatron nge. Thteir S'tock shiall ever be c'otmpiced of the most choice atnd we'1 seleicted artictes usually ~ept ine a Grocery andit St'eele Dry Goods lithe. All Orders, or let'ers5 addnressedt to themn for ~ny articte. or bitn'iness on C'oiinission. shall snert weithc car~elcn! aitenitiot aini hesenateh. /IIENRtY L JFF'FFRS. HITJMPH:1F'Y.9 BO)ULWARE. IHamhnrc. Mayi 13. 1t839 cc lii .Ilgyprenes W~anted. O '' or woen lloy'.. finit 14 tce ' yeairs of n,. w'ho cant rerni nnti wrt' ell, w.ill Fe shni ns nurendtiret' -at this Oflice. Abont Brandreth's fills, .1 HJi 1t E thlA.~J . IIES. Pils are a Vegetable and U:.iver. sa Medicine, proved by the exi erie ncet nt tniisands to be, when properly perse t (I With. It CERTAIN cure iii every form of'the Ust.y Usk: Ds..%s:, ull havii.. the same origin, aiid invariabhl. arise fron the U. iVI RSAL ROul :111 i isee, iniely, 131P R Y, or 1IPELUFLCT encnm-tion'o the ULOOD. It a period ol little more than three years in the Utei; States, the) hav. restored to a state Dl nm..u.Lru 1n1 enjoytnett, oi er ON I- HUN VILU TIl USAND persotis,who-weregiv an IveN as ii enrab1e by plhysiciai:s of ,he first rank Ltd standing. .in( in n:It:v ennies when overy other remedy had been ;esorted to in vaIn. hit all cases of Paiti or Weakness, whetlir it ib ctiroue or recent, whether it he deatheFs or pain to the side. whethtet it aris. fromn coti-tittu tional o. trolt smone itinedinie emise, whether it Ile frot: inoi rnail or (xtertI injury, it will be :t:rei by liersevering in the use of these Pillp. Tips great perincii ot *Plik(GINi" in ai-k ness is beginniting to ie a ppreciated. It is four:4 mtichmllore cotnvenn-u t to take sin ocessioai lose o hail a dozen Pills. and he always well, tian to stnd for a Doctor and be bled. blistered, ind salivated-w% ith the certainly that if von i n it kiied, yoi are stire to have miontli ot iti.s :nle weakness, and the only one who is bene ftied is your Doctor Look at the difference lietween the appearance of those two persons tme has beeti treated by your regular prdeti ioner-see how pale and debilitated he is. see 1ow the shadow of death throws his solitarv glance flroin his emaciated couttntenantce, s:;) how lie treimbles in every limb111; his eyes sunk, his teeth de:troyed-his contstitution pem hapi, irrei ocably go: e-yet. nst hear how the Due. or nrrogaes to hinselcredit. Ile xiy, ""ost inveterate case ot liver coiipklaint"-"nothing but the twist energetic reiedies .sared hiti." Energetc easurts! i. e. Meretry and Bleed in,. rmined his constitttion. better ay. $t' save lifo. yott lmnst ll poison with that comn lorter otthe teeth and gums.-M3lICURY itd positively make a n1aa m1tiserable the rad retalider of his existeice; this is called curit. Sntockintg hully! Lt nt utow look at your "purged" man-tho ian who has takin Bratldreth's Pil s for Liver Cotplaitt--he has the firti. elastic tread of conscious strength, his ciiinntenance is clear and serene. his eve is hull aniid spat k il with tile fetliig of mew life- and aniimatioit; he hja beeni cotttilned a few days to his bed. but he usId nti but tie Tt'lS BtAsinuaTu PILAs, .tti4 sootn rose withottt attv ittjuty being ststinin ed by his cottstitul tif It. lustemtl oflbeing months mt a we ak state.le will be soim ger after he has ntire v recoveted tle attack; beeane his bltod attd finids hava become pnrified. and having purel away file old and itiptre fhiids, the sol, ils are thereby retovted. atnd he is tint horta own by useless particles, bit has renewed his iill- a~i body holi. 'ihis principle of ptrging with Drandreth's Pills retnives nothing bn: the useless and de cayed particles frotm tihe bolV.-tIhe mtorbid itndtt cor'rnpt humors of the blond ; those humiors wh1ichl causle' dis, ase-th~er impiede the f inuc tions of the liver % bei athcv settle upos, that om.at und which when the'-y settle ttpotn the muiiscles, produce rheinmatismu; or, oplen thle nerves p-roduic gt; or. tpon the Iiigs piro dhive consit tnption; or. upon the intesiiites. cos tiveness; or, upon the linings of the blood ves sels, apoplexy and paraiysis. aid all the train ut disor'ers so ltelancholy to the suferer and al' who behold theta. Y-., ptiring these hurnors from the body i; the trte r tire for all these coniplaitits. and every other forim of discuse; this is no mere a-sertion, it is a demons-rable truth, atnd each day- is extendling itself. tar and wide it is be coiing knoiwnt. and imore & mtore ntppreciaed. rhe citre by purgin. may tiore cepend upon It-. laws which produce sweetness or purity than may he gr-ierally' iungined. Wlintever tels to staigtate Will prodttce sickness, be cause it tends to ptutrebetion. therefore the Ie cessity ofetnstant exercise is seen. Vhten const-it exercise cannot lie used FROM ANY CAUSt, the occasional use of OrENtis M1 tstcisr. is A BSO)LUTV LY req1uir ed Thuis thte cosnurrsT of thet Br.oon. the rot sTAiS or i.rr~: are kern free fromt tltose itn ,iiri:iies whlich would proevet its steadv cnr rentt tminiisiering health. huhs. '.orbila inor 're preventedl froin becomiing muixed with it. It is nanre which is thuis assisted thronthm thme narans.% atnd utkts whtichi she has providled for herself. i)n.1lnnTrt's Orricas in New York.n-ro 50l B~RO Pt W~AY.187 Hlndsott street. and!270i Blowery. b,,trren Prince and Hlouston-sts. .Bewatre of coumnterlists. Drtuggists NEvEr 701-MEE'TINGSTREET-70 Otnly p'ae inm Charleston for Brandrethm's V--getall Untive'rs~t Pills, which is hmy (own of, lice. mulll openued for tlte exehtsive supply. Do lnot hiorge't. 70-M EET[NGSTREF T-70. One door frutmt neen. is the otnly lacte for thin trnte Braittlrethi Pills. Price 2l5 cents per bos, with ftt'il directtns. fi. BRAN DRETH. M. D. Thte- Gtnsuss Brandretih's Pills are sold biy C. A. DOWD. Edgefield C. H. anid P'AIl RtOTT & YOUNG, Hiamtburg, S. C. June 5, 1839 aduf 18 NOT )vICE A LARGE~ atmount of ntotcs and'accotintir dlue to Lorrain Geddings, formerly of' llutmburg. has beetn placed in the hands of the subsriber. wvithi the positive direction to snte upon all stnch of themu. as are not settled on or before the first Mtondlay itn Jtne inext J. P. CARIROLL, Jttorney,. . Tnv 6, 1.438 if ]31 t, Public Notice Shereby given, that a Petition signed he' tecitizens at Edg'efield Court House, wvill be~ presentted to the Hionorable the Senate and Hlouse of Representatives of the State of Soth Carolina, at its next session, for tile incorpora tion of the Village of Edgefield. May 21, 1843 10 Fresh Family Groceries, .MONG whic are Cuba, Laguira. and Rio Coff'ee, Porte Rico and New Orleans Sugear. 'se Orleans and Cuba MolasseaZ Hlyson, Imperial and Black.Tea, Rico.,&c. &c. Forsealeib C. A. DOWD. April I, 1839. tf 0 $20 Reward. ST )LFN on. Monday night. the 8th instant' la the residence of Capt. E. B. Belcher, a1 Patent Silrer Watch. with a Silk Braid Chlaitn,. and a Brass Key attached to tt. WVhostiever will deliver the said W~atch to the subscriber, and proof sufficient to convi the hief. shal. receive thoepbove reward. REC [IARD M. JOHNSON. A pril 17 1839) tf 11 Siltrayed Ff' ROM the subscriber on the . s.-: 9th of May. a slim sord 93 llorse 7 ot 8 yearsol. about 15 -hanids high. Any person taking him tip and conveying word to tme, oii Sninda, riust below Isla nid Ford, shall be pv id for so dor ing. JOIuN l'AY.