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PRAYER. Give me, Oh God, the power and will To do to others as I still Would they should do to me. Give me a conscience free fiom guile; Teach me on earthly things to smile; And turn my heart to Thee. Thou know'st that heart's most secret spring; To thee no fAse account I bring; For all--all Thou dost know; UnerringJudge! to Thee I bend: Thou kilow'st my being, aim and.end; And Thou wilt mercy show. W)wen I have-erred, Lord, forgive; When re been right, grant while I live I in-thatpath may. stay. And oh, whenever worldly pride, Would lure my wand'riag steps aside, Do'thon directmy way. IsABLtA Gaunx. . wm to Albany Advertiser. WOMAN. 0 how bright Is woman in her beauty: she combines All charms possessed of nature; the light'cloud Wreathing its folds across the smiling blue, Is not more graceful than her gliding step Thogem is not more brilliant than her eye, Tbe bird's note not more melodious than her voice, Bheiaashrine where man should bow him down Forget his paltry mean soul'd love of self, Andin the sunlight of her purity See the dark shadows of his own vile heart. Use of Limein Agriculture.-The Dan ville Intelligencer, a neat little paper which we always welcome, because we expect to find in it something relating to atairs in Columbia county, gives the fol lowing interesting information: Mr. William Caldwell, of Valley town. ship, near Danville, raised 400 busbels or wheat from a field of 12 acres, the past sea son. Five years ago, the product of the same field- was 30 bushels. In the mean time. Mr. Caldwell has spread 1500 hush es of lime on the said twelve acres ofland. This fact discloses another of the decided advantages of our Iron region. Here lime can be had, in any quantity at as cheap a rate as it can any where be burnt, and by Itsjudicious application to the land, to gether with clover and manure, our farm ers will raise as much grain to the acre, as can be produced in any other county in the State or Union. The farmsin sev eral of our townships are already in a high state of cultivation, and rapid im provement is perceptible in all quarters of the county. In Derry, the past season, some of the new and valuable settlers from Northampton, Berks and other coun ties, informed us that they were gather ingas much grain to the acre, here off the land that cost them $30 per acre, as they formerly did in the old counties off of land that they sold for$80 per acre. From the.Carolina Planter. WNiDnas or CuLTVArr or.-There is scarcely a vegetahle which we now culti vate, that can be found to grow naturally. Buffo has stated that our wheat is a fie titious production, raised to its present con dition by the art of agriculture. Rye,rice barley or even oats, are not to be foutnd wild, that is to say, growing natural in any Part of the earth, but have been altered by the industry of mankind from plants not sioW resembling them, even in such a de gree as to enable us to recognize their re lations.' The acrid and disagreeable opi u ganeolens has been transformed into delicious celery, and the colewort, and plant of scanty. leaves, n*t weighing alto gether half an ounce, has been inproved into cabbage, whose leaves alone weigh saany pounds; or into the cnuliflower of considerable dimensions, being only the embryo of a few buds, which, in their nat ntal state, would not have weighed as ma ny grains. The potatee again, whose in troduction ham added millions to our popu lation, derives its origin from a small bit ter root, which growvs wild in Chili and Monte Videob Cheap Afanuring.-Many farmers in' this State, of late years, have adopted the practice of manuring their land for wheat the ensuing season, by turning in green crops. For instance, take a field when the grass upon it is fully grown, say the lit of Jnly, and turn it nicely over with a plough. Then harrow, and sow with buckwheat. In rout or five weeks, that is=, by the middle of August, this crop will have attained its growth. Turn this un der with the plough, as you didi the grass befor,. These two green crops, thus plosghed unnder, bring to the soil much snanure from the green haum ncquired from the atmosphere. They creato an active fermentation, make the 'soil light and pliable, and manure it more than .if the earn. had been cut in the form of hay and fodder, and given to horses and'dattle in the barn. It is, on the whole an excel lent mode of enriching soils, which will or - dinarily produce good wheat the next'sea son.-MaineCultivator." Sign. of Rain.-The air, when dry, I, believe, refracts more red, or heat-making rays; and as dry.air is not perfectly trans parent, they are again reflected in the ho rison. I have generalli observed a cop pery or yellow sutr-set to foretell rain; hut, as an indication of wet weather anroach ing, nothing is more cercain tha ,a halo round ahe'moon, which is produced by the arepited water, and the larger the cir .je. the nearer the clouds, and consequent .lydheinbre ready to fall. Saa H. Davy. Women often affect to seem unaffect * .~1an take great care to appear careless. Vegetable Life Medcines. T HESE Medicines are indebted fo, their name to their manifest and sen sible action in purifying the spriigs an phannels of life, and -enduing thern witl 'enewed tone and vigor. In many hun dred certified cases which have been madi public, and ip almost every species of dis ease to which the human frame is liable the happy effects of MOFFATS LIFE PILLS AND PH(ENIX BITTERE have been gratefully and publicly. ac knowledged by the persons benefitted, au( who were previously unacquainted witi the beautifully philosophical principlei upon which they are compounded, auc upon which they consequently act. The LIFE MEDICINES recomment themselves in diseases of every from & de scription. Their first operntion is to looset from the coats of the stomach and howels the various impurities and crudities con stantly settling around them, and to re move the bardened fmces wbich collect i the convolutions of the small intestines. Other medicines only partially cleanse these and leave such collected masses behind as to produce habitual costiveness, with all its train of evils, or sudden diarr. hca, with its imminent Jangers. This fact is well known to all regular anato mists, who examine the human bowels after death; and hence the prejudice ol these well informed men against quack medicines-or medicines prepared and he'ralded to the public by ignorant persons. The second elfect of the Lire Medicines is to cleanse the kidneys and the bladder, and by this means, the liver and the lunps, the healthful action of which entirely de pends upon the regularity of the urinary organs The blood, which takes its red color from the agency of the liver and the lungs before it passes into the hear;, being thus purified by thetn, and nourished by food coming from a clean stomach, cour ses freely through the veines, renews every part of the system, .and triumphantly mounts the banner of health in the bloom. ing cheek. Moffat's Vegetable Life Medicines have been thoroughlv tested, and pronounced a sovereign remedy for Dyspepsia, Flatu lency, Palpitation of the Heart, Loss of Appetite, Heartburn atnd Headach, Rest lessness, Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholy, Costiveness, Diarrhma, Chol era, Fevers of all kinds, Rheumatism Gout, Dropsiesofall kinds, Gravel, Worms, Asthma and Consumption, Scurvy, Ulcers, Inveterate Sore-, Scobutic Eruptions and Bad Complexions, Eruptive complaints. Sallow, Cloudy, and other disagreeable Complexions. Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Common Colds and Influenza, and various other complaints which afflict tie human rame. In FEVER and AouE, particular ly, the Life Medicines have been most eminently successful - so much so, that in the Fever and Ague districts, Physicians aknost universally prescribe them. All that Mr. 3offat requires of his pati ents is to be particular in taking the Life Medicines strictly according to the diree tions. It is not hv a newspaper notice, or by anything that Ite himself may say in their favor, that he loopes to anin credit. It is alone by the results of a fair trial. MOFFAT'S MEDICAL MANUAL; designed as a domestic guide to health, This little pamphlet, edited by W. B. loi'at, 375 Broadway, New York, has been published for the purpose of explain ing more fully Mr. Moffat's theory of dis eases. and will be found highly interesting to persons seeking health. It treats upon prevelent diseasos, and the causes thereof. Price, 25 cents-for sale by Mr. Mof'at's agents generally. These Valuable Medicines are for sale y C. A. DOWD. Edgefieltd C. H. March28,1840 tf 9 o Merchants, Physicians, Plan ace, and the Public in general.. THE Subscribers are now receiving, tn addition to their former Stock, large sup plie, of DR UGS. ,S&c. &c , making their as ortment the most complete ever before offered for sale in this market. To which they would call the attention of the Physicians. Merchants, lanters, and all those who wish to purchase any thing in their line. Among the many arii es or which their Stock is composed, are the ollowing, viz: 01LS.-Sperm or Lamp Oil, of different ualities, Linseed or Paint do., Train or Tan ner's do., Neat's foot do., Castor do., Sweet do. P AIN TS, V A RNIS HE S, &c.-W hite Lead. f different brands and qualities, grond in oil, and in kegs oif20lb,10tIb, 501b, and 251b each. Dry White Lead, Chronme Green, Chrome Yel low, Chrome Ried. (a beautiful article and a ubstitute for Vermillion, at a mtuch less price.) Yellow Ochre, Stone Ochre, Ited Lead, Litha arge, Lanpblack, Verdigris, dry and ground in oil, also Bluec, Green, Yellow, Black, aind Paints of all colors, resdy mixed for use, Spirits Tur pentine, Copal Varnish, 1st and 2nd qualities, Iapan Varnish, Black or Leather do. BR USHES--Paint Brushes, of all sizes, Cloth do. (something new and superior,) Hair do. do., Tooth, Furrniture, Flesh, Nail, W hite ash, Blackring, Horse, (something fine,) Tan ners, Counter or Dusting, Crumnb, Hearth, Shaving, (a very fine article,) Comb, Sweep. log, Scrubbing, and Painters Dusting Brushes, ogether with a variety of other Brtushes used v Painters and others, not herein mentioned. DYE STUFF'S-Among which are Spanish loat Indigo, Carolina do.. Madder, Copperas, ogwood. Brazil-wood, Nicwood, Camiwood, natto, &c. &c. MEDICINES.-Among the many of which are the following, viz: Sulphate Quinine, Stil hate Mtorphine, Acetate Morphine, Piperine, rychnne, Idie, Elateriuma, Hydriodate Pot ash Kreosote, &c. &c. PATENT MEDICINES--Among which are the following, viz: Houck's Panacea, In iat do., Swaim's do., Smith'. Anti Mercuirial Synp, or Swaim's conqueror, the Hygean Byup pohnr's cure for sick Head Ache, reo's Tn Mixture, (a cure for Fever and \gne.) Also Peter'. Pills, Beckwith's do., Spann's do., Cook's do., Lee's do. Even's do., &c. together with a general abeortiment of the niost popular nostrums of thre day. ALSO, A full assortment of Perfumery and Soaps, of the finest qualities. ALSO, An assortment of Glass Warefor Physicians' and Confectioner's use; such as Specie Jars, and Tincture Bottles of dif'erent sizes, Gradu ated Messures and Funnels. ALSO, Window Glass of various sizes, from 6 by 8, to2 by 30, all of which they willsell on favora le term.. . .H. R. COOK & Co. Hamburg,0O6:t3, 1839 tf36 1IuI Bole Ceoo Seed. T H E above Seed csa be had at the Store of G. L.&E. PENN & Co. on good terms. Warranted genuine. The orough-Bred H*r W ILL Stand the ensuing Spring season, commnbacmg on the 10th of March, at James Swearingen3, 11th at W. WiseI2th at S. Quarles, 13th at D. Glovers, 14th at Red Hill, 15th at or near J. Ropers. 16th and 17th at C. J.Glovers Edgefield Court House, visiting each stand every nnth day until the 10th of June. He will be let to mares at 8 dollars the single visit, 12 dollars the season, and 15 to insure. The leap money to be paid in cash. In every instanre the insurance money will become due as soon as the mare is known to be with foal, or exchanged, or moved out of the settlement. All possible care taken to prevent accidents, but I will not be responsible for any. . R. WARD. HER-CLINE is a beautiful bay, full 15 hands 3 inches high. and is a sure foal-getter; has rnn and won many reces in this State, Virginia and Maryland. When he left the turf, he was re garded one of tie best three-mile horaes'in the State, and two miles unequalled. Ai three years old, afier'winuning the great stake at Bal timore. (See Turf Register,) his owner was offered and refused five thousand dollars for him. His colts are generally very promising, partaking of the old Archy stock. his sire, are extremelv docile and gentle, nearly all making good faniily horses. PEDIGREE. HER-CINE was got by old Sir Archy, out of Georgiana. Archy was by imported Diomede, darn imported Castianira, by Rockingham; g. dam Tabitha, by Trentham; g. g. dam by Bosphorus; g. g. g. dam by Forrester; g. g. g. g. dam Coalition Colt; g. g. g. g. g dam by Bastard; g. g. g. g. g. g dam by Lord Leigh's Charming Molly by Second; g. g. g. g. g. g. g. damby Hanger's Brown mare by Slangan's Arabian; g. g. g. g. g. g. g g. dam Gipsy, by King William the Third's Black No-Tongue Barb; g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. dam by Make less: g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. darn Royal bflare. Georgiana was gotten by Col. Alston's Gal latin, (son of im. horse Bedford,) dam Calypso, by imported horse Knowsley; grand dam by Eclipse, (son of the imported hurse Obscurity;) g. g. dam by Skipwith's Figtre; g. g. g. dam by imported horse Bailor's Fearnought, out of a thoroughi-bred mare. W. R JOHNSON. Ridge. March 2. 1840 d 5 The Celebrated Thorough Bred Horse NUJ L LI F I ER, W ILL Stand the ensuing Spring season, at the Plantation of Capt. William B. Mays.four miles below Edgefield C. House, on the Singe Road leading to Aigusta. The Sea son will commence on the 10th of March, and expire on the 10th of June, and will be let to Mares at the following reduced prices, viz: Fifteen Dollars thesingle visitTwenty five Dol lars the season, and Forty Dollars nsurance. and Fifty Cents cash to the Groom, in every instance. In cases of companies of five mares, the season will be reduced to Twenty Dollars for each mare, and a proportionate deduction for the visit, or insurance, by tne person be coming responsible for all. Inares will be kept at the subscriber's plantation, and special care taken of them. atTweity-five cents per day. Good Pasturage Gratis The visit and season money will become die at the expiration of the season, and the Itisurance money as soon as the mare is ascertained to be with foal, or transferred, in which case the ownver of the mare, when put, will be held accout.table for the money. All possible care will be taken to prevent acci -entsor escapes,'but no liability will be incurred for either. Descripten.-NULLiIRn is a beaulifull Bay. handsomely marked, with a delightful coat of hair, which shews his superior stock. His ap. pearance is commanding -he is of the greatest power, subtanutiality, and strength. He will be ten years old this Spring-is full sixteen hands high having superior size. large bone, and is as well muscled as any other horse, in this, or any other country, and has as mouch du rabilitv. Pedigree.-NULLIFIER was got by the cele brated running horse, Old American Eclipse son of the celebrated American running horse, Old Durock, Itoxana, his dam, was by the im, ported horse, Sir Harry, the best son of Sir Peter Teazle, grand dan by the imported horse. Saltrum; g. grand dam by Col. Sytnes' cele brated American horse, Old Wild Air: g. g. grand damn by Driver~ g g. g. grand dam by the imported horse Fallow, g. g. g. g.grand dam by the imported horse, Vamper. A certified copy. from Virginia.migniedby Benjamin Jones,Robert B.Corban,and Francis P. Corban. For his own, and his colts' performnanceson theturf, reference can be had to the AmericanTurfReg.&Sporing Magazine. He is a sture foal getter, and his cults are large, and have a splendid appearance, and are now running with great success, b,.h on the Northern and Southern Conrses.* Performance-N OLLIFIF~i, the Spring hewas three years old, ran a sweep-stakes over the Je rusalem Course. mile heats,-six subscribers, One Hundred Dirllars entranice, when lhe was eaten, a prodizgionisly hard race, and not mnore thun six or eight iinches the second heat. The: next wveek lie rat, arnd won a Sweep-stakes, over the Norfolk Course, muile heats. Two Hundred Dollars entrance, beating several colts wih great ease, particularly thesecond heat. The week aftter this, lhe ran another Sweep stakes, over the Nottaway Course. mile heats, which race lie won three heats, ninder the hard est drive, every heat. IHe was not then tr ained till next Spring. He was four years old wvhen he ran at Tree Hill, a most interestimg and hard contested race, when he was beaten by Gliah, at four heats-Bayaird and many othen,, were in this race, and Nullifier was only beat one foot the last beat. The next week he 'vet~t to Baltimore and ran over the Central Conrse, four mile heats, for the Jockey Chab purse, when lie was beaten by the flying Dutchman avery hard race; manry other horses running, but only these two contending. The next fall he ran at Broad Rock. two mile heats, which race he won at four heats, beating seven others, after lie had lost the first and second heats. In this race he got one of his sinews sprung; and has not heen trained since. The above is all correct and true. WV. R. JOHNSON. Feb. 4, 1840 d 1 OFFICE OF COMYPTROL LER GENERAL. CHARLEsTON, Jan. 16th, 1840. T HE Legislature at their last Session having enacted that the General Taxes shall be paid in specie. papei medium or the notes of the specie paying Batik. of this State. The Tax Collectors and Sheriffs throughout the State will govein themselves accordingly. Ju-| rors and Constables Certificates are also receiv able in payment of Taxes as heretofore. WM. ED. HAYNE, Comptroller General. gy The Edgefield Advertiser, Pendleton Messenger.,Greenville' Mountaineer. Camden Journal, Cheraw Gazette, the South Carolintian and the Georgetown paper will insert the above oce a week until the first of May next. Jan.23, -aj 51 Fresh Groceries. JIEtST Received a fresh Supply of New Orleans and Cuba Molasses, . Rio and Cuba Coffee1. . St. Croix Sugars, R aisins, &c. &c. F'or sale by C. A. DQWD. Feb24,8 1840 4 tf - NEW DRY GOODS, FRois NEw YoRK AND HARTFORD, Co5n. T NE Subscribers are now receiving from New York and Hartford, Conn., and will continue- to receive therefrom, and keep on. hand at all times, a complete assortment of Fancy and Stapie, ETW DRY GOODS, &C. which will be disposed of on reasonable terms, viz: Broadcloths of various qualities, Cassimeres, Sattinets. do do - Kentucky and Cotton Jeans, do Glenrock Jeans, and Linsey., do Merinos, and Circassiaus. do French, English. and American Furni ture Prints, Bombazines, various qualities. Flannels, - do do and colors, Black, colored and plaid Silks, Sewing Silks. all colors and qualities, Patent Flax Thread. do- do Spool Cotton Thread, do - do. Swiss, book, striped and plaid Muslins, Apron Checks, various qualities, Sh.awls, a good assort ment, Hosiery -Gloves, Combs, do do Handkerchielm a good assortment, Stocks, Linen Bosoms and Collars, Brown dressed Shirts and Drawers, White, black, and colored Cambries, Linen, Diapers, and brown Table Cloths, Fringe and Dimity Furniture, Pld and striped Domestics, Hartford, Anosking,& Trenton Tickings, Bleached and brown Shirtings, Do ." Sheetings, Ribands, of every description, Brass and Whalebone Busks, Corsets, corded Skirts, Silk and Cotton Velvets, Satin Vestings, &c. Band-boxes, Donnets, Hoods, Hats and Caps, Shoes and Boots, -.uLSO CROCKERY WARES, And a great many articles too tedious to mention. We respectfully invite our customers, and the public generally, to give us a call. We can and ill give them great hargains. We-also return them our sincere thanks, for the liberal patronage bestowed on us, up to the present time-hoping for a further continuance of the same. MITCHELL & RANSOM. Hamburg. Sept 26,1839 if 35 FALL AND WINTER T HE Subscriber is now receiving from N. York, a general assortuent of Seasona. ble Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, viz: Black, blue, brown and fancy colored Broadcloths, Cassimeres and Satinets. Kentucky Jeans, Mixt. gray and plaid Servants' Cloths, 3-4and 6-4 Circassinns and Merinos, assorted colors and qualities, Plain and figured Bombazins, White, green, red, and yellow Flannelp, 7-8 and 4-4 Apron and FurnitureChecks, French, English, and American Prints, Furniture do. Plaid German Ginghams, (a new style,) Black Gro de Rhin, Gro de Swiss,*and Italian Silks, Figured Silks. Diapers, Irish Liners, Lnwns, Merino, Thibet, Plaid Silk, Picnic, Chally, Rohroy. and Prusinn Shawls & Hdkfs. Spitalfield. Pongee and Flag Silk Pock. do. Dim. Canibric do. Verona, Fancy and Madras Tldkis. Bonnets, Honds, Gloves, Hosieiy, Oil Cliths. Car-leting. Baskets, Band-Boxes, Knives, Scissors, &c. Also, a quantity of 3-4, 4-4, 5-4 brown Shirt ings, Sheietings. and Drillings, for sale by the bale or piece, very low. Cotton Osnaburgs, Duffil and Whitney Blan kets, &c. &c:. The Public are invited to call and examine his assortment. JOHN 0. B. FORD. Hamburg, Sept. 14, 1839 tf 33 Tro Printers and Publishers. r H E undersigned, ageats fot Lothian & Hin I gar's Type Foundry, New York, will contract to supply any quantity or variety of Pritiing Type, to the Printers of North and South Carolinu, and Georgia, on as advanta geous terms as they can be furnished from the mantufactutrers. The Type made at this estab lishment is all cast by hand, the metal eqnal, if not superior to any in the country. We tire also agents for R. Hloe & Co's Ma cline and Hand Presses, and all other articles maiiufactured by them for Printers' and Bind ers' use. We also keep on hand, and contract for the~ regtular supply of Printing Paper, of any quali ty or size. Jn-non & Durants's Printing Iink, always on hand. For sale by BIURGES & WALKER. Stationer's Hall, 65 East Bay, Ci~arleston, South Carolina, Q7Printers who intend dealing with us, will please publish the above once a week, till it anmn-s to five dollars. B. &IW. Jan 25, e 5-2 AUGUSTA SEED STORE. No. 219 Broad-street. H AS Constantlv on hand a ampply of fresh SHAKEft GARDEN SEEDS. The usual allowance made to country dea lers. Bird Seed, Clover, Lucerne, Potato Onions, Onion Sets. &c. A fe w Brushes, Swifts, Sif ters, &c., made by the Shakers. J Hi. SERVICE. Feb 15, 180tf 3 $20 Reward. R ANA W AY from the subscriber. livine at the Quaker Springs. Columbia Ciuity. Ga on the evenieg of the 2nd instant, two Ne groes, one a boy, about 25 or 26 years of age, named JULY, and a woman about 40 years of age, named AMY. As I have reason to be lieve that the above negroes have been decoyed into Edgefield District, S. C., T cantion all per sons from harboring, employing, or purchas ing said negroes. as they are the property of Charlos H. Hill, Trustee for Sarah Tompkins. Thle above reward will be paid for their delive ry to me in A ngnsta. Ga.. or lodging them in any safe jail, so that I can get them. FRANCIS TOMPKINS. March 4,1840 ec5 The Edgefield Advertiser will insert thme a hove three times and send accotnit to this office Augusta Con. Best Apple Vinegar, F~ OR Sale by U.' C. A. DOWD. Feb 24, 1840 tf 4 R~ouselaine de Lanes, A Superior Article for Ladies Dresses. Also, Victoria Shawvls, just received and fer sale by JNO. 0. B. FOR D. H amr,n ept 27,1R29 ,f'35 BROTHER JONATHAN. The largest Newspaper in the World. ' H1E Proprietors of -ibis- iMammoth sheet, "GreaL Western" namong the newspapers, have the'pleasure of spread ing-bfore the reading public a weekly,pe riudical containiug a' g-rater'ameutt and, variety"of useful entertaining miscellany, than is to be round in any similar publica tion in the world. Each 'number ofthe paper contains as large znamount of reading matter as is found-in volumes of ordinary duodecimo, which cost two dollars, and more than is contained in-a volume of Irving's Colum hus, or Bancrof's .History of -America, which cost three dollars a Volume-all for six cents a number, or three dollars a'year. BROTHER JONATHAN being a genuine.Yankee, and thinking -that saoin thiuas can he done as %ill "as others, is determined to present to his readers. a MEDLEY hitherto unrivalled by any other paper, of Anecdotes, Amusements. Allegories, Accidents, Biography Bon Mots; ronversations, Crimes. Dramatics, Drolleries, Erratics, Essays, Elo quence. 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Terms of Brother Jonathan $3 a year in dvance. For Five Dollars two copies of the paper will be sent one year or one copy two years. - The EVENING TATTLER is pub lished every day at the sane office and is it to press at 12 o'clock meridian, in sea son for the great northern, eastern and souithern mails, which all close at about 2 &clOck, P. M. All country newspapers who give this prospectus 3 insertions, will be entitled to in exchange on sending a nuther of their ppers to this office. containing the adver Lisemrent. GRItSWOLD & Co. WJ1'Suhqriptions received at this Office. March 184O. 152 Nassan st. N. York. State of South Coi na. ABBEVILLE DTSTR1CT. IN EQUITY. Villiam C. Black and Jane his wilfe, vs. i BiU to set aside Bennett Reynolds, purchuses. for Larkin Iteynolds and account Src. Washington Reynolds. t appearing to my satisfartions, that Wash ingion Reynolds. one of the defendants it& his cast, resides bevond the linits of this State. in motiont. ordered that tI'e said Washingt. n eynolds do appear and plead. answer, or de nur to the conplaitants' bill within three nonths from the puiblicatioin of this order, or he said bill will be taken.as to him pro confesso.. BENJ. Y. MARTIN, c. E.A. D. Commissioner's Office, I 7th March, 1840. w~i 881 ac 6 State of South Carolina. ABBE V1LLE DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. Nathew Mays, vs. *. Meedy Mays. J ohn Maya, Ben. Billfor Partition. Broadaway and Nan cv his wife.J IT appearing to my snttsfaction that Benja mitt Broadaway and Nnney his wife, de endants in thtis case. reside withouit the limits if thw State. on motion, ordered that the said efendants do nppear. p lead, answer. or demnur mo the complainnt's hill within three mnonths ~rom the date of this pnhlication, or the said ill will be taken pro confeso agninst them. BE NJ. Y. MA RTIN, c. z.A.Do. ~ommissioner's Office,* 7th March, 1840. 5 av $881 ac 6 State of' Southi ('art'lina. ABBEVILL E DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. ohni Wilson, admt'r.. vs Janet Wilson, Wmt. Wilson, Hungh'1ilfreif Wilam~, James Ewing, and anInu Jane his wife, and others. j "'n T 1 appearing to my satisfaction, that James UEwing and Janeo his wife, reside withtont he limits ot this State, on motion, ordered, that e said defendants do appear, plead, answer, r demnnr to the comnplainant's bill within three ontha fronm the dnte of this publication, or the id bill w'ill be tasken pro confesso against them. BENJ Y. MARTIN.c. E.A.D. Tommissionter's Office, 6th March, 1840. su a-r $881 ac 6 State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. amuel Williams, et. al., ohn C. Davette and Ann (Billfor Partitiont. Davette, his wife.J IT A ppearingr to my satisfactionthaat the de fendants John C. Davette and Ann his vife, resides beyondc the limits of this State. ~n notion of Griffitn and Butrt, Complaitnants solicitors, Ordered that thme said defenadants do lend, answeror demur to this bili.'within three oths fronm the puzblication of thi, order, or he sams will be taken pro confess. against em. JAMES TERRY, C.EB. E.ID. ommissioner's Office, 14 ac February 25, 1840. $8 81 0 Statet of Sout h Carolina. EDGEFTELD DISTRICT. IN THlE COURT OF ORDINARY. ebeCaenter'et al. applicants, ancy Mosrl et al. defendants 5 IT appearing to my satisfaction, that Nancy Mosely and Anna Danner, two of thme de endatnts in this case, resides withont the limits f this Stute: It is therefore ordered, that they o appear and object to the divisiont or sale of te Retl Estate of Fanny Butler, deceased, on or before the first day of June next, or their con sent will be entered of record, this 2nd day of March, 1840. OLTVER TOWEE.S, 0.F... March 6,180 6 50 ahi 5 S&t OfSouth Carolind. ~ F LD DISTRICT. H. Windi* age OTICE is. je-gven, that.y virteo 075451W offIn . n-Order fgi~h "oi, ,aieg. shall offe'r.f -ak iin bili est biddei-, in thl towli of, Hambiuig, on'Tuesday anersthe firs' Monday, being the ieventhdayof April nextt all that lot or parcel of groun-d ii tre town 0 Hamburge containing one-foirth of an acref more or less, adjonin- the ltis of Gideon Par, due, and Gideon.lfull, it being the lot o . which issituated thehouse'latel occupied'as a Drug Store,-byth qiB ing. Tha terms of sale:will be,'for.pethird of the pure chase money, "nsh; - and.fortha remaining two-thirds, a credit of il'ee" 'months, i9 equal portions. Prcaseratij personal security, and OrtgP of thrm. sesd if rehied ". TERY, . iy - Comm'er's Ofice, March 4, 1840. W1 e 5 State of.7Sout Caroliina. EDGEFIELD-fDISTRICT IN -QUITY.' Moses Holstun. - vs. - - William Holstun and Bior Acuat others, Childreli of - Moses Halstun, sen. It appearing to my eatisfaction, that William Holsttn, Stephen Holston, -Elanah Sawyer, and Celia his wife, Hiram Holatau' David-B Williams, and Mary his wire, .some.of tlie; de fendants in this case. reside withoiithe-limita. of this State. On motion by Wardlaw,, and Wardlaw, ordered that the defendaits sbove named appear and plead answir,'or demur, to the bill in this case within, three monthi froni the date of the publication'of this notice, or the said bill be taken pro confesso..against'them: J.-'TERRY, e *z. rD. Feb.27, 1840. $881 ac5 Citizens of Charlesiton, AND THE NEIGHBORING STAT.ES Y OU are respectfully informed that 70 MEETING STREET 70-is my Office for the exclusive sale of BRANDRETH'S VEGE TABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS. Price twe'.' ty five cents per box. with directionsin English,: French. Spanish Portuguese and German. - The high and universal reputation of the Biantdeth Pills, renders it unnecessary-tocom. ment largely on their particular virtues. As an anti-bilious and purgative medicine, they are unequalled by any. Their purifying efect-oni the blood is universally allowed-all that. have' ever used have approved ana-recommended them. In many cases where the dreadful ravages of ulceration had laid bare liganientaud bone, and where to all appearance, no human means. could save life, have patients by the use'ofthese Pills, been restored to good health: the devour iug- disease having beencompletely eradicated. In consequence of the pleasantness. of their. operation, they are universally used in every' section of this wide extended country where they are made known, and are fast surperseding. every other Preparation of professed similar, import. Upwards ofFourteen Thousand cases have been certified as cured, solely from their use since the introduction or that into the U.. States, thus establishing the fact beyond all, doubt, that the 19randreth Pdl cure the (appa' rently) most opposite disease9, by the one sinple act of continnally evaciating the how, els with them, until the disease give way; therefore, whatever may be said of tile suoar, the UTILITY of the PRACTICE is snow BEYOND all: DOUBT. As Brandreth's Pills cure Scurvy, Costive n ess, and its consegtences, sensfaring men! and all travellers to foreign regions, should not. be without, in order to resoit to them on every occasion of illness. No medicine chest is re quired where they are. N. B,-Time or climate affects them not, provided they are kept dry. Southern gentle men will find this medicine one that williusure health to the people on their estates. Be careflf aud never purchase Pills of a Druggist, PRoFEsSIVo to be Brandreth's Pills. Under so CIRCOSTANCES us any one of this' class made an Agent. My own established. Agents have INvARIABLY an ENGRAVED Certifi eate, signed B. Brandreth, M. D, in.my own hand writing. This is renewed yearly-and when over twelve months old, it no longer guarantees the genuineness of the medicine, it would be well, therefore, for purchasers to carefully examine the Certificate. The seal is not wax.btut embossed on the paper with a steel seal. Ifthe genuine medicine is obtainedthere is no doubt of its giving perfemct satisfaction, and ifall who wantit are careful to go by the abov-e directions, there is little doubt but they will obtain it. Remember 70 Meeting street, is the onlyr place ia Charleston where the genuine medi cmou can be obtain, and at 3. Sales, Hamburg and C. A. DOWD, Edgefield 0. Hi. the onily authorised Agents for Edgefield. AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA. Stephen Owen, Aiken; David Turner, Beaufort; John McLaren,Abbeville; William Cnnningham Columbia; Elijah Alexander, Pickens; John Hastie, Pendletotn; Samutel Wilmot Georgetown, McLure. Brawley &Co, CI'ester; Charles Wilcox, Coosawhatchie: Ma ker & Ryan, Barnwell K. H.; D. & H;,B.. Rice, Graham's P. 0., Bnrnwell Distristr Gaines & Bolling, Greenville District; Reuben Gross, L'.xington; H' astie & Nichol, Greenville C. H.; John G. Tonksue, Younnesville, Fair. field Utist.; Sylvester Beach,' Orangebnrg; RufT& Johnson. Newberry; Rice &,.Cater, Anderson : James E. Gee. Leesville,.Lexing ton District; Barkadale & Saxon, Gaurensville, Vernon & Mitchell. Spartanburg, P. J. Fester, Foster's, Union District; John McLure,Union ville, George Steel, Yorkville: A. H. Chani hers, Winsboro';C harles Miller, Edisto Bland. John Rosser. Camden; Samuel Ae ilmot,. Georgetown; Maker & Ryan, Barnwell; E Gartigue, Blackvihle, Bhrniwell: E D. Felder,' Midway, Bariawell; Gangley & Drummond,. Lower Three Runs, Barnwell; Philip Char trand,IBranichville. Orangeburg; A. Stevenson, Pickneyville, Union, and B. Jandon, Robert ville. Bleaiufort. Feb 13,J140 tf 2 Copper, ani Thn Wagre. .WVanuta~ory AUGUsTA, GEORoIA,. T HE subscriber, thanicd'ul for former patron. tronage, respectfullty informs his friend. and the public, that he has returned to the city, and resumed his mechanical operations a. usu al, at the old stand No. 168, opposite the Eagle and Phcmnix Hotel, where may be found a gen oral assortment of ready made TIN-WA RE, COPPER, tiTOWES and SHEET- IRON PIPES, of various sizes and patterns, usually kept in this nmarket, together with a large as sortmetnf Japian, Wooden and Willow ware -whidh will be sold low for cash. All orders attended to at the shortest notice and with des patch. Feeling desirous of a general settlement, all to whom Imay be indebted will please baud in their accounts by the 20th January ,and all those indebted to me will p lease settle by the above date. BEJAMIN F. CH&EW Augusta Ga. Nov, 16 1839 '.3 tIf Fresh Teasl, GUN Powder, Imperial and Black Teas, Just Received and for Sale b . Fe 91. lm if 41