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Te Ciuirh Dell* lingering toll I bear.
% 9h wind blow chill;
-AnJt~ing: , wafts the parson's prayer,
O'er moor. and distant-hill.
How dear to me the Sabbath chime.
low gladdoning every peah;
That sounds along the welkins Iwe,
And o'er inysenees steaL
Ar d~e nonat clmoseo day,
With-iqq beart I growt;
And straight those sacred sounds obey,
God's summons, oh! 'tis Sweet.
Unlike resounding notes that went,
Full saddening through the air;
Proclaiming life's expected end,
Death's dread ampire wear.
Their echoes, mildly wandering wide,
- Their invibng neururra sprad,
Inspiring every heart with pride,
To bin ad folly dead.
From clime to clime. those sated swells,
Ye breeses, gently bear;
on earth, id many a hovel dwells,
A welcome fraught with praser.
3n C. 0. NAs5x"Al.
The fanner sat in hiIsA chair,
Smaking bis pipe of clay.
While his ihale o *ie with busy care,
. Was clearing the dinner away.
A sweet little girl with her fne blue eyes.
On her grandpa's knee was catchmlg ffhea'.
The old man pil.eed his hand on her head
With a tear on hi6. wrinkled face.
lie thought how often her mother dear
led sat in he same, same place.
As the jear stole down fion isis half sbuot sye.
Don't smoke," said t*-e cild, - how it usakes
The houre do. lay a..rctcbed ont on the
Wbhre the sun, after noon, used to steal,
The busy olA wife, by the open door,
Was turning the spinning wheel
And the old betass clock, on the mantel tree,
lHad plodded along to almost three
Still the farmer sat in his easy chair,
While close so his heaving breast
Tbemoistened brow and the head so fir
or his iweet grand child were prest;
Ilis head bent dowso, on her soft hair lay,
Few esleep were they both on that stiuuer day!
3T ASS. SAX4M J. StA..
1 wonder if the rich Man pray
And how hia morning prayer i- 'a'l:
TWO ask tot health end length of days
Bot ddm he ask for --daily bread '
Wissut'his door, in posturs week.
lleaees the por is&an xitit stand,
Arsth sunken eye Mai eare-worn cheek,
To beg et Ployment from his band:
Arnd when he tells his phoemi tale
Of sickly wife and chikirea small;'
Oftnts that'rise. and crops that fail.
Andi troubles that the poor befall:
I *onder if the rich masn's thsosght
Mounts frye. as nature'. hymn, to beaven.
Ani does Isis hearteretthionow,
lie too, like Heaven. hash power to givel
To s*en shen weakness, soften w, '
And led hopes dying Lamp re-vivei
And when around his glaelanme huarth~
A troop of frienda she rich moan gree ,
,And songs or joy and smiles of mniuth
-And grace to flattery's latwnage sweet;
I wonder ifhiafanty seem.
A vison ortho'ie wretcised hacees.
Where want is wrestling witir diseasr
And scarce a ray ofcomnfort comes.
o world! how srand9 thy lets ate given
Life's aim how rarnly tund'erstood!
And) mien, how rar esrangedi from heaveN,
if heaven reqisires a brotherhtotd!
O1)'NIENTI OP oust CAUSE.
1. All these whoe speaki sadthinklighdlyof
temnparanice measuares, n-y be egade as op
ponents. It is true tls-y do dot etpres theta
aelves in decirled terms against the ef'orts of
henevolenhc which are e'nentratrdI ini the
teempernc caus, they do not enter into ay
*formal argumsept against it, they do not under
take torvandicate the apposite sede of the enes
tidw, but at the same tine thry speak of temspe.
rance e5isls with an air of lightness and radi
cuete. Nayi on some ocesusionte thymer per.
higps disposed to sneer at the dilignc of thae
oh. weakd pitt down the moneser intemper
anoe, bece'ase with soane people there is nso
treapon-so powerflaas ridicule:i there nisy be
no argtnment wich shall have a stronger ten.
daiy tsa th fondtio ofhesystem. By
tlwhole stihject. They think it will dowsr
vice among some, but whsen applied to others,
it is regarded as altogether wurthless and n-t
nisag. This claas forms a very considers
Isle nunber of onei opponets~l ini every coin
. meny. Tbhose pevrsons who seem se be an
liseteethursin rank and itnfuence~and bho
thesee as rather sbove those moral
an imitations by'whachodsler clas
estsy he lisflead, speak mngeringly of
temp eraeeseisik'd Theieannsotallow the'n.
selves to be enirolled amnong snch. They can
not deiga to heave connaettus with them, and
the consequetice is.that with them the subject
is brought into ennitemtpt.
9..Another elass of spponenterate theUselho
*decline any co-operation I'n the caus ht is
not too muceh to alsply to this case the rule .y,
*pmidhy the Saviuuur. "He. that is not with use,
sagmin me; and he that atheretb niut wh
'These we couoperation manifest In
.difteee..-tPytake no active part agais
it. ' it rer anetral ground. and by
- eaisplin e, they expect
- tireseape alt cenasumaresponiihlty. But
do they. not Wse whet.they lesh ffpon the cause
*s*uiig. ristee. 'and e. the eIpims
sind rights and dirnisyo- sat 'irtne trasapled
n...r, fret, ndw do ni'j co-onerate whthoAise
whoire nauced to suan those caiwm, tha Lm
they are in a guil etality Tbeirlidiffer
ese manifests t the, spiritAmFopposilion
andtbough they take no active part agaistbat
virtue% wich instauggling for life. yet the cokl
ness of their hearts anifes a lateut hostility.
Those who resort-toaubstitutes, as wine. ale.
and beer, in heu of ardent tipirits, may. be too
sidered.opponents of the cause. They mai
fest a compromisimg temper. and slhow a dis
position to treat with the enemy, by calling ins
those aids to sustain the self-denial necessary
to succespial prosecution of the duty; and
therefore, by lomking themselvesto substante,
and helpi tsemslves to moethitng elso in
the place o thcse perticions liquors, the use of
which they ought to duseourage, they piove
that their hearts awe not re:mvated on the sub- a
ject; there is still a haunkeing under the iflu- L
enee ,,f the old passion. and they are wiling to oi
seliere themselres from the pain which they n
woutld experieucc ino cna C of total cbstinenr.: di
these are the opponents and not the lriereds of r
the temperance cause. Cy
CoLMusta, July S.
Fourth of July.-The Anniversary of
our lndcpeudece was celebratcd yester
day by our citizens generally with every
rational demoastratitaa of joy, gratitude I
and patriotism. At 5 o'clock iii the -
morning tbe hells rung a merry peal, and
a national sainte was fired at the Asenal.
At 6 o'cloek a procession was formed by 4he
Paskingtost Teutperamc Socidy with op.
propriate banners, proceeded by the Rich
land Rft e Cvapt.1 and the Richland
Troep on foot, ard accompanied by the
citizens generallT. Afler moving through
some or the principal streets. they ro- d
paired so the Mothodist Churce where,
after an appropriate prayer by the Rev.
Samuel Capers, the Deear'auin of inde.
peodeuce was read by Mr. Henry .Mul
ler, and an Oration delivered by Mr. B.
In te course of tihe day the Richlar.d
Troop partook of a dinner served up by p
the Hlost of she U. 8. Hotel in his usuni
recherebe style. and a number or piquant di
and patriotic sentiments were given by ti
the nembers and invited guests. R
The Washington Temperance Society. "
met at 4 o'clock in the evening.at the beau
tiful grote east of Clark's Homel, its Wai- a
not street, fronting Mr, Smowden'.i l'm.
where an buslndance o choicest ruitsvi
confectionary,&c. &c. As liepeosed tim a
large company of ladies anl teni.mm
The t.ei'sts generally were racy and ap.
proporiate. and several eloquent sieeclhes
were elicited under the escitement of the
occasion. Harmony and good frllow
ship prevailed throughout the wholswene
of festivities; nor was the day desectrated A
by the appearance of a single inellriate in
our streets. So let it ever be.-Conticle.
HEsAn QaaRMnnu. c '
Columbia, 15th June. 18143. 5 C
T for n n,-n-eatase-u-e ...W ,..-6. n
foor Review and Drill at the times- and V3
places here in stated. vi: 13
The 25th R-giument at Winsborror;h, on
Saturday. die th of July iexL
The 4h Regment at the munt parade
gromsd.an Tuesdhy the 1st ofAngupsnext. F
The 26th Regiment at Ch,:strvile, on Th.. r-. F
Theft iment at Ri<.h Hill. ona S.itarday. G
die 5th ot Austt.
T lto Regnsnt at F.benezer. on Tue-a- II
th ftgst. il
N.34tih Resgiot at Yourkvil.le, on Thuars- i i
day time 10th o'fAuaguvtLI
Th'le 37th Reg-iet at I.imecstono Sgringm, 1
on rhtnrday the 1eth of A tsgniet. II
The :5th Regimer:t neer liion C,. lhonse
otdTuesday the 15th of'tm:guat.J
The .15th Urgnenmtpt thme Omnrit Factory. anJ
Sturday thme 111t saf Au.' t. J.
The. :u'lml egimentm at Tammotemms' old ticJ idanJ
Tuesdav the 2:Jnd of Auguste.
The~ fs. Regiment at Blrutun's on Satturday K~
he -2thhi of Aumgst.
The 3d Regiment at Tor~'m-s old Store, on I.
Tuesday thme 29th of Auigust. La
The 6th Recgwmsent at H1untev', oat Thunmiiday I.
he :its sJAugusmt.
Thme 2ndI Regiment at Hall's on Saturday 11
ile 2nderspember. 31
The tind Regimentat M1inton's, on Tuesday 31
he 5ths of Septmhmter. 31
Thme 4th * ~ment at Virtennes. on Sattur- .t1
'I'E8th Reginment at Morrow's old Gield, on (O
Thneda lee 4thof Septemmbem.
TherI Reie at Lomae's, on Saturday
the itith of Septeaisber. Pt
'Time 9th Rehmem at Lowes, on Tuesday
e 19th of 8eptember. Pr
The 10th 'eimnt at Richiardlson's, ott Pi
Thusday the 21st of Sep~tefflbern Pa
The 7h - t the Ok Wll, on S.
tudaph4e of Sepember.
-The Cetvmisioned amid non-cotemtsaioned,
ofiers will assemble as abeir respective liegi. Rl
mental miister gronads, for driil and itnstructionm :
on the day previows to their review. RI
The Major Generals asnd Bri' ier Gene- RI
rls will, with their suite attenlthe reviews
within their commands. si
The Brigpdieu Gener are chaerged with s8
the etenbmofthisoitder so fa s relates to S1
their repeetive Bripes. Si
By order of the tenneaonder-In chief: S.
J. WV. CANTEY. Ad.& Insup. Gen.
D7 Tm. be rullished in all tiepapers locnted
witin thme Brigades ordered out for review,
and tamomaetione until the reviews are ever. tW
Jnne2S l3s 22 l
aE Read Quarters.
LEtuartat., July 3, 1843.
On No. -
11(1. fobllowing Companies will parad& for
Drill and Instmruin at the tin mi a
Places herein stated, ir the Uplper Battalion of
the $evenmth Regimenit, Smith Cas'onha Miltia.
Thet Edistd teat Compaaryson Saturday the
~t of Angust next.
The Show's Creek Beat Company, on So- j
tarday the 12th of August next.
The Horne's Crook Beat Comnpahy, on Sa
trday the l19th of August next.
The Conit House Beat Company on Sm
aifythe 26fthofAn ust mnext.
~T.Captans are mrdwith the extentionA
ist his ter, so far as rlates to thieirreype-.
ise Comnpuwise. - q9i
By order at to
LL.C.7th 1leg't. 1qf. S. C. M.
1nly1 5 23 .
E: ThflMue4def Geer e
PPE, M r, announce him as a candiae T.
for re-eldettn; to thme Offliee r Cle'rk of the for
Court of thii District. .- e
COLUCxttA, 2Wd June, 1843.
OnDaa No. -
k N Election for Mlajor'General wo fill 11th
racam-v occasioned hv the reitignation o
Injir Gen'ral George McDullie of the Firs
wip-ion. mill lake -place on Satuarday the 30:1
r Sept-mlier next. The Brigadier General:
the Division are rrqnired to extend this or
r in their retewteite Brigades. and make I
ttrn iomediately tiereafter. to the Adjuman
id aispector Geeml'vs. deparsisent at Colunm
int. the result o' snid election.
By order of the Cosman-ter in-Clhief.
J. W. CANTEY.
Adj't. r fas. Gen't.
.ly~ . 13, 23
T'To be publi4hed in nli the papers in thi
ivittion, until the election.
Is 1>UGADE CAVALRY.
Edgefield, C. 11. 27th Jane 1843.
OlIN ANDERSON, Juer.. I.aving bec
.ppoin'ed Baigade Paymasiter. Withl h
Ik f. Captain, will be reapeclbted and u.eyel
The Brip'de Staff will hold th~c:neeles rea
-for duty the 1511, of August next.
vlv order (-I Gr'tL. DO-U..
Tios. W. t1ANNT.
.id de Cawp.
July 5 ti _
l'oL FILt, July 3. 1 43
Ordera N.. fl.
I11E Upper Blttalion of the Sevenik Re
Sgeiment Iufanttry, S-. C. MI., i6 hereb) % or
red to Paatade at the Pine ionmse. on 6;atur
rday thde 1ei "af.eptember untx. feor Drill and
eview. Tim- *Irve a.:.d aona cacam:eone :ua es
l'cera will nmemble ti:le da., %ja%:uUS foi
ril uand inst.cion.
Tht. sereutia Riegiment will parade at the
la WOl., on ltae 21. Sltemnber, the ofi:en
d noni-coamiat.ioed otiicer tlit iay pre
wi.fs Tr. WIGPFALL
CiL. 7hr g't If. i. C. M.
July 3 12 21
LhrL of' Lelters
EMIAINING in tae Po.t Office,of Edge
aield C. 11 onl the 31th day June, It4'J
ttaway, 31ttars. W. Attaway. William
a S. 'Aauche'r. John
oa-well, Dunid Sinoid. Jnhaa P.
roo;,. 1tabt. or I.*- Di.citlsalter. 31.
ieaona 5Mcker Georye 31.
holni. MaonllI liruuanon. Mrs. Sarah
arklalter. I:amdy brbu , SIrs. 31 E
aack luw. J.Wl irnzi. r. Dr. Wilhoan
uale.ao, 31 L 1 - liuaet. John
istimie. Sinenn 2 Careci. J. P.
ogharna; J49aa1 I c.oea. Caleti
611ak. 1-.,AIle CogUe itt. .m r. Sur.r a
n . tues. kisace t ro:.cl, isaae
1riey, Frrhuiaae U'ark. .%. A.
-gg. tsaael Coa~ais-as. .ir. Aaan
.sanuuauu. lion. J. C. Cluak, lr--. Lalaeaane
last(. Gral. 1.. .;
aviah. John avisSn i be
odd. W ihhiai Slay, M v.hizabeth
ari~gaon. 1cary Daguel, John
lemming. Rev W 11 3FuUer. Saanuel R
ster. 1an~d Foy. Johan
ridin, Wiley 4aritlin.31r'.'Ann,
arru:en.J 1! H11ll. lemy 11.
oInaag~weratn. Joehn 2 IIedeCIann, 3liai Amey
olma', shadrack k. 55
ni.cs. Mr.. Juhaa S. hloinse. Lewi
ar u y, danp--oie hlerd, J T1
iuar. Dr Ii P Jotn~.. lI P
mue'. I.. P. -Jlinee,. 31:,d .'ua ian
me-. DUibaaey Jon.-.. Jnohan air 6 n.-:a:a
mea.. Uoht. ii Jonet. .5lr' .\.uaney
arkiey. Jjaaa Kesmuerly. lRev S W
...a:y. Joahn Lathrop, . Susan
~e lu'ter St LAe, lfrankhn .
atcelc. Aburaham .3lnrvin, IIID 2
itchecl. Jospha Moore, S ai-e E F
aler.Capu Ldmaaaund 3lss's. Dr R G
iler, Ja meq i.. u1.\s
ar:na. Jot1: 3lcCuallough. Cap R 2
'ils ii. 3its. Siarga- Ohis er. Thaoa. 8
"Ir. Co4uaani%.j~uion er- inwnt.. C.
falheIP.ark, r Jua.ge
-neeirk. J-ph1u .1. iper, lin::n~
tpe, Cla:nles P'wIcl. ., F W
:per 3ire Chaarlsey Rteynoata. R lI
raai, Sirs E i Rtetsmes, lleunjnaznn
:ee, A 31 Rublatioaa. J Ii
dde, Weihulngton Roncha 31
aitla. Isoac Schannael. Dr A
if. MSi. Slaauny Simpsoa t~tsaer
ve ingin, 31. Sheoppiard. James
niley John 4 Shsaw, Johna 11
ainuel, Wialiam spann, 1 ii 2
'eaer. Johna, Waldenum. Ileaarv
'aton:. Nlis -,.ratitha it~ujch..-ad. WVua. WV.
'ray . II Wig.G.l. 1..
Ad. FR.\ZIERu P. 31.
ul .' 1J!,-62 (;l :st 23
iew spring & Summer
PL l. assortment for aale, at the lotoest
'JNO. 0. 0. FORD.
Iandiorg. April 1.4 uf -12
L1L persina inseie'.trel to tas On Dfacnlnt
k date tibe .fist of Jautary last. nre ro
estedI to entne atid settle op. Wei have
pay our debit.
GOODE & LYON.
Feb. 13 wr 3
9- '1%e fricutta of sI#Jor
G. I.\CON. ranounce hin.: as a candidate
the Office oaf Clerkc ot the couartu of Edg.
d Disract ,~ .
TII E Lubscribers respectfully inform their
friendis mad the public. thaLthey have re
ceived a large and fresh rupply of GOODS.
selected b) one of the firm. :ns Nc-r Yerk, os
[on, Philaelphia, Baltimase and Charlesn,
which is addition to their forume: stwk. csm
prises cthe Nrge't and ie.- worltentnt of Good,
%eer offered in this mariket. conssAing in part
40 hhdue. Porto Rico. Now Orleans i:d
B Cruix Saigars,
350 bags Itio. Unaba, Pdorto Rieo. St. Do
minkgd Ja% a. nid Mocha Ccifee.
70 hhet. Weit laidia htoisimes,
10 tierees Cuba do.
35 bbls. Niew Orleans do.
70.10 lbs. Bacon, llamns,Sides& Shoulders,
MW.000 Swedo iron, assorted sWes,
5,0001 - nglish do
3.1"0 -HBand sid fboof Iran;
3.000 " Nail ndsl& iorse Shoe iMapeit,
2.j00j-* Cas,. German. & Blistred Steel;
200 ets Wagon iloids,
1,700 sacks Salt. (bleached sacks,)
2.010 bushets Sall. in bulk,
500 piecos Elmp and Tow Bagging, 43
to 46 inches wide,
2 pieces Gunny Bagging.
1,000 lb. Bagging'Irwine, (Weaver',
150 coils 3Manslia ale Itope,
101 do Iemp do do
I.5W yads Oitnaborgie,
5.000 Ilba. double refined Lnar isigar,
.,M0 A- "6 *- crushed do.
3.0" powderel do.
1,000- single refined Loaf do.
20 boxes Turpentme eap.
10 S $pe-:m Cnndles.
211 Itl'< pateit t:edles,
,s tierces fresh gr.,und Iire
2pfCfl Its. White L.-a:d No. I Union Mills,
25 hbl. Canal Flinnr. (choice lrand.)
41 10'r.- diuin-. parlor. rocking and
7 casJs i-ts and Cnp.
151 casks Sna.;e L-ne. (in fine order.)
21) kegs Duipaiint' FFF1 g Powder,
1,00 lb'. Mir 1.Aad.
40 bor 'is Wii:domw Ci..4 . 0 & 11x12.
1:M ba.'s sht. a'.sut.d rizet,
Tea, Pepsper, Spice, Ginzer. (menle Cen
namann. Alrl-nd . N?1rch .- :,' .. tilne cite w
.- Tobarmc. N-r Cl-th. 61anke., Shot;
Thrr-as. '* .ti inrea. C.otnw Canin. WoolI
Caidot. Taciv. Sieves. P'hnstgh Lins. 1l:
Madder, Blue Stne. Cappru'a.', Eptom Salts.
Linseed Oil, Laini (Mi. a (nperior arli.le.)
Trace Chains, Faih (hains. Smoothisg Irons,
brass bausnd ralar 1hocio-te.. iioro lHateket4.
Pails. Tubs. Keelers. Wileew Wazurns, nests
31easures, Feataer-., &c. &c & c.
s1 LrY & C RA "ON.
Ilamburgr. July 1, 1813. tf 23
South Carolina Fcnale In
COMM*iR TIT. DMIcT: .sF 0DR E.:AS X4r:Ks.
Pubic 'urm commencing Oce. 151k, 1813.
C IRCIISTANCe.Si nvolrin-r no aa.
donieut or the preov*d Mid-umer. or
Private Tertn. induce uss to adhere to cur old
ieguaions ofennmencii;:v eur Public Teren.
in Acadenc ycar, ois ale l5mil nfo 0other en
In ainking this annonncement, we wish it to
le disinctl!y uinderstood, tia t:e present Plan.
so far a.. it regat-< the- pupil, is cirtualg the
sa:n.- nith is recendy anancired. in.%naisch
as pefmanent ,:Is nsnple nrraingeanenit, have
be,-i madie ia:h thu rearhert c' sh, inrtitute,
fo. a thorough ennere of Priv.ate 1n.tructlon,
ritan the 15:h of June. to the lxii Ut October
Pareans may tin:-- flere their children. dur.
is, the mummer isonths, in a sltnatio-n iecre
nre cnmbned tie nvantatges of heath aail in
TI.. .%A...., 1..s-- ie'ce- an the 2nd
Mounda v in October. and terminates on the 15th
day of June.
Nupul; who can mara convc.rnaly come at
the openi..g Ur theI (:wtge. isa Coubih., or a
few teeke earlier. v;i be rtcnited .si tle time
withoulat addtioail cla.rge.-P Wit thes excep.
tiea. iiausatnich as the Reser-d espeundunres of
the latiute,nas they re;;arI a'a~eries f' 'reach
ers, anid all consicrned, dlate frontosm e n'ce
menit or Te'Lrml arran;:csUieont. witaah Pastrnns
mutlst, wit!.ssi e quediictionJ~s, be made acensr
Pis'pil, are chiarged f'rom thes tune at which
thaer enter. to ther ead ol'the As'idssmic Year
Theis first See,'ions sf the Trna. a r Acadesssic
V'enr. closes sin the I1:ha diay of February.
1:acha Sa.,-an pa'y-hbl. in adee'ce.
'The in-titaite w ill be openeri~ tie days~ of ther
w~'e'k dsurinig the hour.s sal reciitations,, f'nra ti
A. 3f.. to 5 P'. 31.. tn ilhe ineapec'taon of ii. P.
trona, au.. thime. iterested isa the cause of' Fe
Uoa'rd andl e'n:sr'cante.e an 1'.nglish~
.ite.-iare. ialn-in- of ws aolhing..
i.e onil. s':andlss &'c. .9200
Chemasistry, with is IL of chec-a'l ap
I.-iti. ["rencb. Spaa.ish. anad Italian,
11nisic-Piainn anal Guitar, each, 6i0
U... of P'iano in P'ractic.'e' I
Drawina and. P'aints:. scha.
Att:acfsed toea its'i.tste. are a well selaese
Library. Phliii..hie:,1 'andi Chsenucal Appjsaa
tais. nuda~ a Canet sof 3far~eralss.
B3narh'eme, (nse.r C'olumabia.) S. C. Jnne
Jnne 28 3t 22
T"lE.U. S. IDISTRICT COURT,
DisTRacT bY $'eaUTil CAROLIaNA.
IN BA NKIll>PTCY.
I N thec matter of D~aniel 1io), Mtechumen.
feramerly ef New York, now of' Abbe'-.illet
Dutrict. Sounth Casoli sen.na laonrpt.
Puri.suanat to anm Order oifthae District Ct~stf
of the United States. for the D'stuict of Soutth
Carolina, Ne'uce its hereb.a garco. 9,baitinse bie
shewn, before the '.id coesr'.nst :he Federal
Cousrt lInense ina (hartitin. en the~ ninth day
Charlesaton, 12th day of Jnne.1L43.
i. Y. GRAY, Clerk.
THE U. s. DiJI-TR1CT COURT,.
DIlSTRicT (iF 5UT'ii CARoI.MA.
IN 15ANKRUPTC 1.
IN the Mastt-,r o9 Mnrssn Posey. lute. aMiller,
now a Furtnser of VEdgelehl District, s. C.
Pnr'saant to an Order of' the District Court
of ahas United deates, a'or alse Distsrict of Sousth
Carolina, No:'ce isaherebygive'n, tisticame be
sl-'wr before thec said Coasri, at the Fede'ral
Courtl linns~a i,- Ch.a".-u~n. on the ninth day
o Septenser next,. at clueta o'clock, A. 7...
why the said! !artint Pozeey, aahould urat receive
Iis discharge as a Bankruapt.
Ciharleston. 12th day af Junie. 1843.
Ii. Y. (h.A Y. Chrtk.
June 21 1'2t 21
Cyclopediae oI' listory.
J' h. T1'iBF.TT$, has recesve'd a few ena
s pes of the aboive vailnable nnr~ok, whirch
lae off,:rs fori sahe at tue pnihl'iiscra rices.
The character of tihis work be'mg soe well
kasni thde punblc, genmerally, it is deemed
unneesary to commIfent sspon ii.
uMa . f 17
HE Subscsibers respctfullv iaform their
old custouters ani the public generally.
that they are now rec-iving said openitng their
,8p #g Sumnser Goods;
Lambracang a generA as'srtment of
Faney & staple Goods,
IIATS, SHOES, & GROCERIE.S.
1tiving dispo,ed ofthe ereater part of their
old stock. they ae, now aile t.o #er anl alnosit
envir: nt ,tock s.f Goods. which they wait sedl
act prices to stat the titnel.
G;. L. & L.I'N.
April 12 .t 11
New Spring and Summer
now receiving from
. Spriig & Summer Goods,
Enaabracintg alnont every articleusually keplt
in this mrkeL We have selected our Goodis
iviah great care. and resuest our custaoues,
and the sailsic generally. tp call nud examine
for themsaelves. and see ihant the prices dee enr.
respond with the times. We are thankful fur
stin fators. and hope by strict attention to bu
siess t6 hiaerit a contmuamnce.
PRESLEY & ftRYAN.
April 12, 1843. tf 11
New Spring and Summer
[frE Subcribers have just rcceivel, aid
anre nowr offering t- their customiersancI
the public generally. a ilt and well atletted
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods,
Conpriting every vniety of Goodsi in their
finle. suited tit thi Spring and Snuner trade.
which they will sell at prices to sitit the timc.
Ac.so-A grn'erl aarsoft:a..n: of
Groceries, liardwnre, Haan,
Siaoeii, &c; &&
which will In sold at prices a hich enmnot .ail
to give audsfaction fo sto-n "a o sm~ r:.vt.r 'I.ems
with ta:eir IV:''-. tei were indacerd by
the press'.a r.-doosaJ lrices of Oind.% to tanke
hp.avy purct.asib, wlich enables us to 0Rer
stroang madnccee ts to purelasers. We nre
det'.aninacd to elt, and let those whno doubt
,out abiitv ct picac themi, rau gial sce.
We ai-o contioei the busli:.e's of
Mjiiiaucry & M1assnamaalking,
undader the supermtendrce of Mrs. C. S1.
DOWD), nn.f haing rec-ived a new asupply
of Gwrid, gutted to clint taranch of trale nre
presiied to esecute OR kauds of work with
ncatoe.-g and deaspatch
&Orslers Iromn ile culintry promt'y atlended
to. BLAND & u*rLEIC.
April 12 tt' I I
A %'.ftY r;:e an:d ueli nsorted! supply n
E St G.1811 & AiERIC AN PRitlNTS,
new.n id ior salt: a very lose price, by
JAOc. U. It. FoR D.
Ilaaliur;. Aptil 17 :f .12
B ROWN LINENS, aud FINE DILLS
Just receoaed bcy
JNO.O. D. FORD.
Ihbuarg. Anpril 14p
New NVrini & Suausner
J NO. 0. B. FORD,
I S nw "pen:g -!t hIsa stote in Ilamburg
a rIll a facisent oif
D I' G 0 0 D S,
for the rpring aid :'amner Trade, bicli he
w ll sell very lao c: C ab.
:tlarch 2-"af 9
R ESPeCTF ULLY infornes his cus.
tomer4. and the public Cenerally,
theat heo is just retrneud froan Chrasun,
with n variety of articles in his~ line, whtieb
lhe will disposec of ont terms to suit the
manr'h2's c 8
Staite of 8outhi ('arolina,
I5 TIfE Co.WMION Pl.Esdis.
JOlIN .3.\R Sl, whim i" in the cuatd
a. c'hie Sher'aff h'geneld Disrict.by vitue
ofna wr't cat capgian.~ d sttaze:'-ienadncn. at the must
ot 0 ven.. & ramlev. f'sr the use of S. Oweon.
hariasg Giled ed hi. f,etiaiona in nmy seiie with a
aschedule n oath,. ot tat. a hole egnm:e renl stnd
percsonaal. fuat thle puirposce of ostcidning thet
bene t uof the Ai.st of;tinernl .4dA.euale c
montt rzalledlthe laasolventa Detrior~s Aet'-:
Pl'sllic Nostice ite heretiv given rtat the pe-ri
ta n of .th alssaid Johnc M1a'ih wall he heard and
cn.-iderede in tae Cnat o(gf Cmney Pleas fa.
Edgefaseld Djistrict, at Edgefield Courn I lense.
Lea thce sscoaad dtay of Ocoter nesat. or such
ochwr day of cte nexit term for said Cositt as
saisd Ceseart amay dtireca: and all alae credators ofl
snid Johlt Marsh nie taereby suana-tnsed to up
peu'r then and there ini ale said Court. to show
snnase. if anva they cani why the benefit of thet
Acts afoirezaid shanad nolt he ganted to the saisd
Jobija Marlh. sapon haic cseeting the assign.
tenit regenared by alhe Aces aratwid.
( E. POPE. c- c. r
Crrk's Oj5r, Jnne -?d.1843.
Juane'!4 ($7 t14) .'im -
State of South Carolina.
IN TfilE COMMON PLEAS.
M. Wj c. D. L. MILLF~fI, wIt. lhas been
e acrrested. and as tnn r'outised witaiL
tIisechams of the Jawil of Efaid District, Isy
imrtue ott caiass ad satiefacatnduam. at the snti
sa'J-ame<a (:aatctdy, hav':ng !'ahsd heas pestitiont,
aw itla a schesdnate otn nath. ofihis whaole estn and
eife -t.,. wvith a t inw' st ..btainming the be.saefit sot
the Ac. of te tsteeral Asasembly, csatommony
ctdhi'c thie loiaslvenut D~ebaeor Acts.
ubatlie notice is lasreby ":iven. that the peti.
tion sfthe said 5. M!. W'. D. L Maler. wiul be
hteard ian the Court efComnmont Plens fa'r Edge.
tield Dictrict, at 14.defeidh Couran lisec, sen
Wedeecdacy the fourti: dany of Octobecr ise t, or
can Feuch otheor day as ahe Court shall order. dur
ang thes teran. en~iimeeing san thec fitrst Mnanday
an October next, at maid place ; and ali the era
ditors ufaid S. Ml. WV. D. L Millee, cre here.
by samaned eithser person :iy osr lay thteir at
ttrney, tina and there, in said Couiri, to as w
cauass. it'any detey r.tu, why thec bentefitn oh the
Acti acoreiaaid uhionlid nethlae gea'ted to tl.s satid
S. 'l. W. D). L. Wler tponlhiauexcusting a
nesigsenft regastred by the .'nets aforena' ad.
Edgrjiddl' It. CIrls (Oficc.
24trl. Matcha fr-I3.
Jsan 2i (m$17 6(.S) ~ Sn 2
Dissolution of Partnersip.
1j h E .Pdrtnmerahip Ieretofret exitin:1
,etweena John .M. Duarntell & H.
IBleas, wans tassolved onc the 15th of .Mtay
luat by mutual c.anusent.
June 14 a( 20
Sheettais andrti 1nes.
5-4, e nd 1?.4 lBrownt & tdched~c'
JNU. 0. 13. FORD.
ITrami1re A pril 17 *a le2
DR. CI.AAMPIO Nl
Vegetable Ague Medicine.
A afe nnd certain cte for the Chills and
Fever int all i.# complicated forms, alsoan
etrectual reined!r for rvers are% ery description.
Tis. 'tiedicin'oi hIs been ned by the prupri.
etor a numniber of years in esztetsive practice,
during whirh time. he has treated some hoou.
sands of case or fevers and from the asucces%
of this mode of practice. he is confide.;t it must
niod wiu be the lrevailing practice in fevers.
It never fails to perforanu a cur., of Caills and
Fever the rinsr onA.
Bilious, 7ks, Nervous. Congestive, rinter
and Yellow - cer, all yield to the usm of this
sledicine, and are cured by this system of
practice in a shorter tie and'wid much more
certainty th~an by any othes system of practice
that has ever beets recommeinded.
SirMraLD. Fayetto Co. Ain. Jan. 10, J84.
Dr. (hampion:-Dear air, I have been i;
karat favorite of Dr. Nappington's Pills. sad'
until 1:pt fall lad nt heard ofyour pillsm Your
agent has lek some, in.this country, and I have
tsed them in my practice to a considerable ex.
tent. and I can with pleliture say, 'hat as far as
my knowledge extends'. they are much sape.
nor to any medicine I have uped in cases of
Feyers. 1.pm so forcihy and Gom perasa
knowledge conviniced of the salutary and all
imp-itant effecte of your pil that I an ex
tremely anxions ti hav you miean agent in
this %iciniy. There can be a large amount
iold here for cash. Yours teolly.
11. P. LEONARD, 3I. D.
DA.t.As Co.. Ala., April 4. 1843.
- Dr. ChamPica:-Dcar Pair.-Of the pills
which I receivedfron you. I hre round sale
for a consd;erble quantity. I think that it
wil he sickly her. In ontenquence of the wet
Pprin. Your pjld gv o sc general satisfac
IImIn here. thaj Iau:ers tded bymy neigh
Lorp to write t nd or a large se'ppoly of beth
1 kind<. It is row kinow:& at I ke'p them,
nel peop, le 'r enmno 30 or 40 miles for them.
'leic of I.d them s.on. as I expect Io aell all
::u t r i:ave written for by the time your agent
Ya with much respect.
r-achm box contains 24 pills, 12 of whibch are
niflicient to cule any ordina case of Chills
and Fever. Price $1 25.j -
Vr1at1.ABl.. ANTI-BILIOUS, ANTI-Trstp1
TIC r aYTItO AND CATUARTIC FILLS,
Ponessing fuar imoraat 'r vvits. for the'
cure of disee.s. wafullg as wrrtly cesiard
one artide Io assist he eetof a.her, for thA
bcneit of uhe health of maakiad.
This medicinfo is recommended to the atten
tion of those afflicted wiih Liver Complaint,
Dyspepi.ia. Dropay. flilli's habits, Costive.
no,. Cholera morbus. lth-nim,-tierofula.
total Stomacth.,epravedaptife. Wolfts, Con.
dlvaigen. [which is known by a *iliig sena.
tirion at the pit of the siomachjaundice, Head.
che aid sick stomarch, palpftation of the heart.
Diarlioa. Dysentery. or fix, Nervous sffec
tion lIrart born, White sweliing, and all
those diacasea arisit from impate blood.
Price 25 eta. par x, and for sale by
FRAZi.R & ADDISON,
* Edgefed C. H.. S. C.
RIsLF.Y & CO. Ifanbwrg, S. G.
IIAVILAND, RISLEY. & CO.
Also, in nearly all of the towns and village.,
and isy maaier'uo country agent in all the
I Weern and Southern States.
June :! Gm 22
State of South Carolina.
IN V'HE COMMON PLEAS.
J1O11.0 W. McKELLAR. who is in the cus
tody of the Sheriff orAbbeville District by
virtue t two writs of capias ad natisfaciendum,
at the suits of James If. Giles and Wilson &
lomas, havieg filed his petition with a sech.
.ee. da vah, t his whole estate, real and per
sonal, fur the pu~rpose ofobtaining the benehz
of thme Acts of the General Assembly, corn
monly called the Insolvent Debtors Acts''
P'ele Natire is hereby given. that tin pti
tion of the said John WV. Mlchellar will be
heard and considered in the Court of Commot
I'leu for Abbeville Dlistrictat Atiborihe Court
Hoose. on the sirteratdayu of Octiaber nest, or
.uchm other dnay thereafter as thme Court may
order duuing tihe term, cotmmnencing at the said
ltace, ona the third MIonday of tOctober next.
and all the ereditors of iheaaid John WV. Sto
inlar, are heremy summoned personally or by
their attornery, to a ppear thet and there .n
the said Court. to shiew cause. ifany they ean.
whyw thme bemwiL 'of the Act.. nforesaid abould
nt' be granted to the add John W. M~cKellar,
upon ha cxecutitng the assignment required
by the Act. afomresamd
'JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Ofte,. 19tim Ma,. 1e43.
M1ay 31 ($17624) 3m 18
State of SouthI Carolina.
A4BilE VILL~E DiS TRIC T.
Samuel Jordan A d'mnr. 'Bitafer Marshellax~
of lao. S. Analy. Assets. eadfor ai
V. ofilte Estate far
?earaba Andly, nd' I passet !f Daets.
C;elestia Anely. )
I N persuance of anOrder.made in this case,
at irmae teatm. JE4. , requiring thme creditors
of the estate of John 8 Analy, to appear be
fore te Commnissioner, and' prove their de
mnand1 against said estate, 'ja or before the Girst
Monday in January ntext. I hereby appoint
Wednesday thn'15th of Novemnber nost. Thle
ered'tors atf said estate will thsrefere take ANo.
rice to appear 'before nie and prove their de
Imandis, on that dariat Abbevile Court Hlous.
Co m eisioer . A. JIONES. C. K, A. Ba.
Comissone's fte, ?Ztgh Jxn, 1843.
Jungri 3m 22'
State of boutih Carolina.
Wibm . ix EQUWTY. -
WilamCllack, )Billfor Acceua4 sad
J. L. Pearson, & 81 ) rc.
IN pritanance ofan Order, made in tlnscase,
a. t June term. 183, regemring the creditor.
of Sawiunl Caldw.'ell.to appear before the Corn
tr~issionecr, and prove their demands against
sairt estate. on, or before the first Monday in
November neat. .1 hereby apponin~t Saturday
the 2z?: dar of Ok-tober next. The creditors
ofstaid estate wilt therefore take Notice to ap.
pear be'fore mec and pro'we their demanlds, on
that day, at Abbetille Court Hlouse.
HI. A. JONES, c. . a. t a.
Commisrion.-r's Oftie. 20th Juse. 1843.
Juane 2 3m 22
B rought to the Jail
O I" this lhirict a negro man,whocalls
haim~el( W 'ES LlEY,64 feet 54 inches
haigh, tibtut 22 or 23 years of age, very
slim., of dark complexion, and stammers
very badly wrhea asked a question; says
hie belongs io Mr. Call Cromie. in the op
per end of Laurens,district;~
Thea ownreris equested1 tocome forward,
rove praperty. poy charges, and take him
away, ..thern ine he will be disposed of
accotdinag to leaw.
C. II. GOODM AN, Jale
.unei 14 ,r 2