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- THE EVENING WIND.
MY MARY EMILY JACKSON.
I hear thee, oh, thou rushing wind !
Thou bast sweet tones for mhe,
Now bearing on thy mighty wings
Glad sounds from land and sea,
And many a sweet from closing flower
Upon thy breath is cast;
Then whisper on, exulting wind,
And tell where thou hast past.
Thou'rt wand'ring from the sunny South,
Where noble deeds are done,
T1hy path is o'er the field of war,
Where victory has been won;
The hills have been thy winding way,
The rude seas thou hast crss'd
The lightnings scathed thy onward course
Yet nothing hast thou lost.
Thou'st been amid the orange flowers,
By India's groves and vines;
And from the North thou bringest back
The rustlings of its pines.
The clarion, and the banner folds
Have lent their tones to thee,
Full high and holy are the sounds
Which thou dost bring to me.
I hear thee as thy mighty wings
Sweep through the hollow sky ;
Thou'rt from the forests of the Vest,
Where ruined cities lie;
The mingling of th' mighty streams
In one deep spell is thrown,
And the green earth, thrills at even-tide
With many a witching moan.
Thou'rt bringing on thy scented breath
The long-exuhiing shout
Of the Indian in his savage wrath,
When tle,battle-call is out;
The moaning sounds of pain and fear
From where the fallen sleep;
A fearful voice thou hast, oh wind!
At which the living weep.
.?et not for me, oh not for me,
Thou has. a sound of fear,
Though in thy voice is man'y a tone,
The weary quake to hear;
For 'neath the caverns of the heart
A fount of feeling lies,
Which gives to thy low whispers back
- Its hidden harmonies.
And thou hast made thy weary way
. By ruins of the Past,
Quick and unseen, whore each deep spell
Of witchery is cast ;
And many a tale of olden time,
And many a deep spell wrought,
Back to the mountains and the stream,
last been what thou hast brought.
Thou'rt whisp'ring me away. pale wind!
Oh. would that I might flee
O'er every bright and suinny spot
Where thou hast trod, with thee
To gather in Earth's nobler things,
Each gentler flower to bindl
''Tis vain-i may hut hear thy voice.
'Peep rushing, mighty wind.
3MY NATIVE LAND, M1Y NATIVE PLACE.
M~y thoughts are in may native land,
My heart is in tmy native place,
Where willows hiend to breezes bland,
And kiss the river a ripplding face.
Where sunny shrubs disperse their scent.
And raise their blossoms high to heaven,
As if in calm acknowledgement,
F'or brilliant hues and virtues given.
My thoughts are with my youthful days.
Whena sin andl grief were bsut a name;
WVhen, every field had golden ways,
And pleasure with the day-light camie.
I bent the rushes to my feet,
And sotught the water's silent flow,
2moved along the thin ice fleet,
Nor thought upon the death below.
I culled the violet in the dell,
Whose wild rose gave a cherinered shade,
And listened to eatchi village bell,
So sweet by answvering echo umade.
in God's own house, on Godl's own (lay.
In neat attire, I bent the knee';
Pure sense of duty mnde me pry
Joy made me joina the melody.
Thus memory from her treasured nrn,
Shakes o'er the mind her spring like rain;
Thus scenes turn up an palely hmn,
Like night-lights in the ocean's tramn.
And still my soul shrall these cotmmand,
While sorrow writes upon my face;
My thoughts are on tmy native Iant,
My heoart is in my native place.
The seay to feel rich, or rallher to be so.
Never want any thing hut what yiu must
have, and never buy any thing butt what you
want. Owe no mian any thing, buat be con
tent to have a little in yotur pocket-Or as
Franklin would say, always prepare for a
hhin ay. Themaenn w=ho a has u ite,
and 6 content with that, is -elcher than he
who has abtlndauce, yet wants more. Tihe
Lich tear poverty more than the poor
Riches do not make men ric4
Down AT Coounas'.-While lectiting in
the eastern section of Massachusetts, says
a distinguished lecturer on temperance, I
tuet i man in the road one day, who had
been one of my audience the day before, and
though an entire stranger, he accosted me
with the question
" Did you say, sir, yesterday; that ardent
spirit is injurious and poisonous to the hu
" I did say so," I replied.
" Well our doctor says he thinks they are
beneficial, if not taken to excess."
"But whore was your doctor when he
"Why, sir, he was down at Coombs!"
"What, and wi. re is Coombs!"
"It's our tavern down here, about half a
"And what was your doctor doing, when
he said so!"
"He wats talking, sir, in the htar-room."
"iad he nothing in his handl"
"Nothing, sir, but a glass ofbrandy sling.'
Excellent Advice.-Never attribute sinis
ter motives to a person because you do not
understand his actions.-Allow him the
best motives, and you will he right in a
large majority of cases: and, even when
you err. it will he on the side of charity. the
greatest virtue that mnan pi sesces As you
would have others judge you in kiendness,
so do you extend to them the same good
Anecdote-At a lnte Temperance Con
vention is one of our towns the hotels being
somewhat crowded, a couple of men called
at a private dwelling to get accommodated
for the night.
The man of the house coming in soon af
ter they had departed, inquired of his active
and bustling helpmate the cause of such
unusual haste-and preparation.
"Why, lau," replied site, "don't you
think we're going to have a couple of to
tal absent Alligator. here to supper and-"
"Alegators !" exclaimed the old man,
'why you mean delegates, don't you?'
"0, yes, 'tis delegates," replied she; 'but
no matter-it magnifies the same mean
ing, you know."
To the Honorable the .cnators and ,'embers of the
House ofllpreseutatives of the legislature of the
State of S. Carolina.
F'H E humnble petition of James Harper and
.1 his associates. residing in Augusta, Georgia,
respectnlli she we unto your Honorable hodies,
that under a charter from the State of Georgia,
they have commenced the erection, of a Bridge
over the Savannah Inver at a point opposite the
upper part of tiue city of Augusta, and about one
nutleabove the townof Hammbrg,in South Caro.
tina, that within ten miles of the site just metn
tioned, are the F' of W. Garet, l.sq. abo've
at Campbeltuwn; th. ,ridge? of the Bank oftGeor
gia. and the Sand Bar I'erry below: your peti
tioners respectftlly shew unto your Flonorable
bodies, that the erection of the said Bridge is de
inanded by the public convenience of a large
portion of both the States of South Carolina and
Georgia; that it will shorten and improve in point
of ruds the great Soutl Western route wtich
passees throuaghm Amgmusta, and will greatly beneflit
the c'iizens of time upper IDismricms of Southi Catro
lina, itn atrordimng theti a nmore direct nece'ss to anm
addi'ional market for ' heir produce. Whmerefore
they pray your Iletnorable bodies to grant them
a Charter for time erection or said firidge within
the jurisdiction of the State of South Carolitn,
Upor. the usuial terms.and m hmey will ever pray & c.
J \Mtf'S II \ RPEII,
J. Rt. KiIL OURN,
JON. i iEiGS, amnd Associates.
THE Public are hereby notified that it is intend
ed to present the shove petition to the next Le
gialature of S. Carolina.
.J. Rt KI!IHOIJRN.
July 17. 18'3R ah 24
T HKE Subtscriber' w'thi oitherse will make
applient~tin to the Legilaitum es of S.
Caromlina mand Georgia at their mnexi regular
Sessdioni to inceorpomraeme a coifmpany for mime
purpose of consiitructingc a Bridlge or ai loat
to Ito impelletd by time pwae~r oft steam or
horse, crossing time Savanah Riv'.r, iat or
niemr ilatmbumrg anmd Auigus.ta, for their owna
use, itn order to enicourage mime intercoumrse
ande avoid payinig time extravagant rate of
toil at the piresent btridge, itm which enter
prize the eimizenms andi imncorporatedl comnpa
tties ofGenrmia as well as Soumth Carlinma
H amburg, S. C. A ug. 20,1838. ae 30
In the Court of Ordinary.
Jesse WVilliams, Applicant. vs.
Nacth WVlims, et al., Dehtmndants.
i T app--arng in. my stisimetimon. timat Ishami
Sau der.'anid Jmam- his wit-. de'femndantts ini
the abov~e stated eaise, reside withomt time litmits of
thmis Staite~, It is thereftore Ordered, (thmt they do
applear aned obj~ect to thie diviioni er smale of thme
real est mie of' Hlenry Williams. deceased, en or
leetire time tith day of' Novembmer mext, orm their
conisenit tim time saume will be e~tmered of' record.
(,ivent undier mmy hanud at mmy O)ice, this 27th dmay
of Aumguist. 1838. 0. TrOWVLE$,o. E. D.
Aug 27 hi :0
Saeof' oth i a~rolia.
'Wade IHoltumn, vs. Bill for Partition of Moses
iRithm Iloiu, em al Hlolstun's I:state.
Tr appm~earing to miy satistietn thaint Williamii
.1 Holmiui, Step;hten I lorsttn. I liram itloiime.
Elkanaih Sawyere andm Celia his wli.i, iDavied U.
WVilliattm anmd'lMry his wniti', some f1 time e''n-m
damnts ini this case, reside itt patrts wimlmouti thme
liumits of this State, ott motimon by Waurdiaw &
WVardllaw, Solici'ors for Coimnlainanm, Gm emredI
that the said defenidants do appear in this Hion
oraible Court, anid pleaid. answer or desnur to time
bill in timis case. withmin three monmthms fromi time
pubhlication of than Order, or thme bill be taken
pro confesso againist theta.
Com''sJA MES T E RRY, c. x. x. o.
ComrsOffie. Jul, 2Ct lma .. on
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND
JE 1W E L L E i P.
No. 242 U1noAD STRE'r, AUoutrra, Oxo.
(Near the United Stotes !lure! )
!r HE Subscriber otiers to the .'itizens of
Edgefield District and its vicinity a itich
and Fashionable assortment of
WATHES, JEWE.LZB T &
of the latest Sty le and Importation, consisting
in part of the following Articles:
Gold Inde pendent Second Watches, with
from 17 to 25 Jewels.
Gold and Silver Levers, Plain & full Jewelled,
London Duplex and Anchor Escapement
Gold aid Silver Le pine and Vertical Watches,
Ladies' rich Gold Neck Chains, new pattern.
Gentlemen's Gold Guard and Fob Chains,
Keys, Seals, Finger-ligs, Breast-'itns, Ear
Gold and Silver Thimbles, Pencil Cases, Spec.
tacles. &c. &c.
Mantle Clocks, Flower Voses and Blmslcal
A General Assortment of
8I1 AhNEA W .1U A
SILVER TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
SUGAR l'o0os. SoUP LAIILES, CASTOR ASa CAKE
BASKETS. CANtai.ESTICts, SALT SPooms,&c.
SUP ERIOR CUTLERY.
A fine assortment of Rooms', EL.LIoTT's and
WADE & BuTcHtu:u's RAZOl., PENSKNIV ES
.ANI) .SCI.SSOUlS; also i iood aisortmtent fit
BOWIE KNIVES and DItKS.
JOIIN B. MURPHY.
N. B. CU.ocKs anid WVArcuiss carefully re
paired. . d Wlarranted to perlmut well.
Aungusta, Ga. March 2d, 1838 tf 9
. IDRTUGS, O iL , Me.
H 'lE Subscribers respeitu mle% evite the at
tention of Merchants. ;a uter*. Physicians
nid others to their lurge l.ck of
Oils of all kinds. Paints, Dye Stuffs,
Windo-v Glaiss, R, ushes, 8fc. 8(c.
AT rn711Vt roa Es I.
HAM BURG A ND AUGUSTA.
Their supply is heavy, their assoirtmenmnt good,
and their articles fresh.
Dealing entire lv with the Manufacturers or
original importers. th en an sell their goods
is low as any house in ih' Southern Country.
i'lease call and exmamue.
Our .i..re in Ilanburm g is next to H. L. JEr
rERs & Co's. In Aumgusta, opposite to BEA.L'S
Dr STOvA.L's Ware iotisies.
KITCHEN & ROBERTSON.
WIL..IAM K. KIrcHEN,
F. M. ROBERTSOS. M. U.
December 6. 18:17 tf 45
COLOGNE, in small bottles. assorted sizes,
Ihermnitage ' xtract, Florida Water,
Ess. Cinnamon. Il of Cloves,
Fancy Pert'ume Vials,
Bear S Oil, Kephaha.
N. Samith Prentiss' Saponacious Com
poumnd Fancy Sonaps,
Naples Compound Shar ing Soap, &c.
Just received and for sale by
NICHOLSON & P'RESLY.
April 12. tf
Books and Stationary.
311TH'.- arithmetic. G~eograpthy and Atlas.
S and (Gam nmnr. and a good ase"rtm,ent a
Shool .tnd Miscellaneous Bolnks. also Letter and
i'oolseap Paper. Ink. mills, Slates. &c. &c.
ust received and for sale by
NICHtLSON & PRESLEY
April 2a tf 12
tate of soulth Carolina
IN TH'IE CUMMON PLIEAS.
David Onmzts. vs A-r-AchMnTwe-,
WVilliam lDrmm. AssumerSrr.
V~ II E~ Plauintitl' itn this case haviry this day
tiled his dee..ramtionm in tihe 'lerki's Office
Ritmd tihe D~etiumnaiet imavin.g mmm Wit' or Attornemv
knowni to ben in tihis $tamte. mmnimn whmum a coiav
nf time sai dleclaramtiona mmnay be se'rved: Thcere
lore ordered. thmat time said defenmdamnt do aippear
mind make his deleince wimin a year and a day
frrom mme filineg of tihe mesalidlelmramion. or finidl
ramd absolmute jmugamenm wvili he tforthwlithi awar
d,. d to the ide PlaimitY.
G EOltGF POPE, c. c. p.
Clerk's Office, Edgefield, Mfay 14, i838 15
Look at Trhis!
A LL Persomns imachiebd to I Ps. ilAswoom,
lutt-r will ipienise call amid seti le with S. .
Gos,., whoii is dumly amumlmorized to seattle imp his
Bookmsa d give rece'ipts. 11 Bl T.
.mune2'i. iR: E s 21
T3' H E. mbove is am never nin:iim: remii.dv fir thamm
3,variety ofeolie. som distresing to Iifijis,
andem fo. which time niuost imnjuri.,~ anomedym.e sitb.
itanicis are toocimnnnomly :iven. It is 'matiri andi
smetinig. imnd- inasteadi of' parndncime cestivenmess. it
musualivy operatmes enmtly omn ime ihowm bs.
Thims remmedy hais noew heeni used iar several
yaearse. wvith that smccess iandi aptirobmatimon, wvhichi
quiack medicimnes mamde to sell. camnt einnmnnaaid.
Ii is extenmsively nsed bay the best phiysicianes ini
time omnmry. amid to mise' time lammfunmge of' mamny am
mothier. ucts mms a ciharm. *' hile it allay, time
paini anmd Imulls time child to resn. it does no' leave
behind it those mmmnplensmant symnptoms, wicih
Lanmdanmuim. Bamtemansimi l)roms. & c. grenerally pro
minte Anmii diretionms mmneormpammy macm vimi;
and certificates of its elliccy (it' rerpur'ed) cam he
pmrodumcede frm thm moi~st respec'tablme citmzens of
Carolinma anid Georgia. Foir saie bv
KITICi EN& RlOili:hrsi N.lamuburg,
EDW)~ W EBBJ.1dersen, (' H.
WM. IIA(CKi'ETT. Penudh'ton C2. .
D)R. E. J. MIMJS, Edgefield C. II.
Febi'l 5 88 i f 1
rp lI i Sublscrmiiber, w'ill tgi1ve a libhernl
.L price for HiEESW~ AX, TPALl.OWt,
aind Vi-i A'lilF1.R .
KITiCHl LN & I~ tlJi RTS4ON.
lisburg, March 3. 1838 tf 5
To nll w~Iuonn it mnay Cosmern.
NOTiICE is hmerebmy givenm, tht the sub
.Lsc'ribaer, ith oamhers, wvill ption thme
Legislatumre of thmis Staine, ait its next sessioni,
iuor mm Ciharter of a Hridge necross Satluda
River, neari Chmappeli's iFertry.
A N R E W La. L AR K.
Mlay 17, l888. mne I5
I WVill muake appmlicamtin to time Legislatumre oft
Soth Carolinia at its next Sesseioni. for a Re'
melarme'r of mmy Ferry aeromss Savannmahm Rivor. at
ort .\Ioere Blittil'.
Aug.6. 838 ac WI
List of Letters.
R EMAILaiNU in the 'ost Ullice at Edg
field C. [louse, on the 1st of October, 183
A & B.
Attaway, Rebecca .\.rs. Bird. l-.ldred M.
Barden, B--nj. Bajrranoan. Mary bir
Boan.,aa. 4l. Maj. Bryant. Jesse
Brazier. Wm Dr Bellenueer & Vtinbish
Bredwell John Bluc her, Bartley
Clai k, Aaron A Crane, Lucretia M
Custy, Joseph Cruaie, 3ladison
Cluxton, Zeciariah Cook, Samuel
Cornet, Frances .1 rs,
Drake & Shaw Ureen, A J Rev
Davids.i1, John Unrgaanns L Mrs
Dunon, Mary L Miss Gibbs, Jasper. 2
Fortner, 8:ephen Gotillion Marv Miss
Fletcher, Lewis Grillin, Mary Miss
Holiston. Moses Hard. Greenville, 3
hlunter, Alexander Harden, Mrs Sarah
lorns Creek CUnurch, Fiihlei. Arnaid W 2
cure of J. Laudrumill. James
Hinnter. Nathaniel Harriso, James I1
Heicksotn, Ilumhrey Hoslord, James Dr
larden. Julia F M;ss hlairri.,John C,
Harris. Moses Hoblonm Wm
Heath, J A
Johnsoi. William J-hnson, Theophilne
Jenks. Calvin Jones, Hienary H
Kenny, Margaret Miss
Lu John F Livingston, Lucy Mr,
Long, I.lizabetli A Lagneuix. Aimeha L. 3
Lanley. Non:.ing Mis I.undy, W 1. Alaster
Littleton, Wml Levingin, Lizabeth G
Mitchel, Caleb McKibben, Mauren Rei
lartin. Flizabeth Mrs Mays. Sarah Mrs
Weaks. I3 vtnt Morris, WI:im
MA chel , Miss Caroline Murphy' W' A B
May.. D~anit If 3 Margaret Mrs.
Moultrie, Seaton Meanery & Bryan
Nix, Charles Pixl-y Lafayette
Noble, Wm Pickens, F V
Randol. John R ioden. Dare'is Miss
Reynolds. Joseph Esq Raninsford, M1;ar:la Mrs
Roper, Emily Mrs Iieddlehover, George
Renington. John Itocky Creek Church
S & T
Sharpton, Alexander, Temples. Tliomas
Stonier Mr S - Terry, James
Tilkman, Benj R
V, W & Z
Vinison. Elizabeib Mrs Wigfall, LT
Whitlock. James Wing ard. .leremiah
Walker, ltamsy Mt Zion Bapi't Church
Wallace. B A Zelhiha lBl.tist Church
M. F! RAZI:R, P. M.
Oct 4, 1938 e 35
LIS1T of Letters renaining in the Post Of
ace at liasbi.rg S. C. for the quarter,
co.,.ig sAuth 8Iep.. 1-.., nt .eture artiertased.
Arnoa, Lritunia Miss Arnold. ssv. 11 T
Aliuersoal, Alien ASat k. James
arayie), Ktobert Brow u, % in C
Buimiig, Isaac Ao-w.ll, acurge
1i.a. ,., ..aney, care Baj wa 4 htrcaa, 3 care
hi Lenaer It Car-in
Baptist Cluich, care Baptist Church, Len els.
Crowder, '!'iAs, Liver- Clurhill, Levi 1T
1p001. kdig Coisi, Janie,
Cohu Joii piiurclihul, raue C
Copelnd, RevIM 314 C.'lemiu. If WV
Cobb, .wps Mary Chouk Daniel
1)uavsoga, Trate Dt all, Neri B
Mroers J T ays, W Fur Jod Li
oo Ilow ntd a Cs. W o. Jauas
hay. Jinagers at Cloau C.
Greene. Mrs Naac, o.aies, Thos E
'oree. 11 Him-on, %% Ii
ir.ae, ledeiutan Atoiie. Lawrence Ja
',uri , H t a thii., David
.atainaug, rs C F Hut Duns. Aiti
J & L
Jerme, C Litieliele, ia C
Je oe, .oble Leenio , Thos.
L~i~aaier,.~IrsA L ess L~~arec Ja)
Jerousec, Prc M.teiel, a - C
.Mesnary, S a' or byron Maun~is Nancy
Mlonro~e, At U 2 Marian, J C
Moirnisoit,John ~ Mctorii, nelah ft
.3'oqana. Archaibald Me Dotiald, B F 2
iione.ey, M r
N, O & P
Norris. i hs Esq - Panasue. Georire
Newmaun. Jahian Powed t hairies 8 2
Ojsboi n, Josepht cure lea kaaas. .iiees
Ii Piarrott, Pearce, Joseph
(4 & It
(tuarles, Mrs Nancy Itopier, Joal.,r
Rtice, .Mr itnolev, Mass Martha
atighaer, isaac J hteuas,'Mrs Anna
atoonie), or Mr M~eetz
Sego, 'h WV Su-umnerall, Carolinie
Streeter. C D Spia ry. Maracus
Sehers, Os mani Spraid, Mrsa l.lizuabeth
Spann. AUr Jamies Tlonler, it
Sturgesas, A B Lsq 'I r:avk'>r, Marg aret
W itherspoouiMiss M A W ithierspoon, Miss
liii iatna. Jesse Wood iuns il A.
Waiam~sis. I . A I' laitner. I oi B~en; F
Walker, Jonin Walker, llea W [-sgl
Wiaison. Malry WVright. Litt~chiry ind
J WI Yuabiga,P M avis
J. W. YAf iBOICOUuIl, P. M
Hlamburg 8. C. Oct. 1st l.-:t8 It'3 e 311
P ~~'iece hitii liii AP i AG S.lxGK
un do wide Ti'( W do.
li00 Coils of sal fli p Itope,
l100 do. do. Toaw do.
500i lha. !natlish Tw'.ine,
10,0010 priuie Bauconi 8ides,
Sitata . Colfeti mata Molasses,
Sa t, I rota andi .te
Tens. , af and Lainmp 8ugar,
liranalys, Wiines.antia Corials,
All of thme ab'v~e -\rsicles, or tiny that we may
sell, wi will irasrranit to lie of the l'esI quaftyb/ atil
will sell to ordeir or oitherwise, at thea lowest
possibale piracest aind we a-sure atur friend~s anda the.
p abli-- genierally. tht orders fer lIngsaiag iad
R opte, or anyv othier araicle in our line, shaal hav,
W ii .itiitnnnt i t ranisar t biasinesas on Comn.
Juission,. andat wdil attend to the qellina? or stoniai
of (ottoni, or' iay atheir huanisias oma'raaaia. to oiur
cas. II. I. JLF'EltS & Co.
hiamhutrg, .July 1d, 1M3:N if -:t
lisproved Suurgeoas' Tr'*us,
O' thier~ia. a atari ol I I~lN IA. ii ventedu
jiby ll eva Cnm~s:. MI. I).. P'hi'aelphlen.
(trarrante. ' rre. ) All ordl. rs by tiail ar othetur.
w.ise will t,. promlaiy aitetilaed to. Addiress
either Y~r. II lil' iT.
hr. MI. LA 1t0RID E,
Dr. F. J. .taM8,
Edgefield C. H. 8. C. *f2
13itorlcal (CoIlectioaus of N. Carsolitim.
P'HlS A ork is now. ready foiridelivery to Suli
Wscribers at the .'tore of C AI. Deand, in thi.
place. A few extra copies f'or sale.
N4ovember. 1837 tf 34
State of "otith ('arolintns.
EI)GEI" EID DISTRICT.
IN TIHE LOMMON PLEAS
*U11 1, 1~oat, s. AT fACIIM KKT
James M . la i d tn. Arans~
17 I II .RFAS the Plaintifl'hath this day filel
his deelaiation against the eiitndani
who reside. be'vond the litmits of this State, and
haviy neither wiie or attarney %% ithim the s-une
upon whom a copy of said declaration, with i
rule to plead thereto, may be served, It is r.
deted, that time isaid I)efedant do plead to the
said declaration within a year and i dav. frot
this date, otherwise final and absolute judgmet
will be awarded against hinm.
GIOiGE POPE, c. c. P.
Clerk'sOflice, Oct20, 1837 dq 40
State of Seat'tis ( iII tlila
EDG FJI'l.) DISTRICT
IN TIlE CO1IMON PLEAS.
Wiml. Brunson. vs. IForeign Attachtrent.
William D)rmtn, Debt.
i 1i11 Plainitif f in this ca-e having, on the 11th
of S' 'eleetiln-r. filed his declaration in the
Clerk's Office. nAd the Defendant having no
wife or atiear'ev. known to be in this State. npt'n
whot a copy of the -aid deciaation it be
Pe, ed : 1I i- the're'ore .rdlered. that the said t Ie.
i-ndanat d. appear ind make his defimece wi:hen
at year and a daty. 'r' m the filing of the said dec
laration, or fitani anl:I absolite judgment will be
awarded to the said I'Ini-atill.
t .'O. POPE, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Sept I1, 183 eq :33
Stits' i a' 'o litl ('ai1'0!11:t.
IN TIl 'OM1.14O.\ PLEAS.
Samaipsont Kilerease.vs. FoRatacY ArTTACHMET
Wicey i'reetan ( Aasui pslT.
1IEI Pia:itIin this case haviug, on the 14th
d.tay tit 3 y1 I ,. filed his dictla ration i.
the Clerk's Ollice. and the detin dant having no
wife or attorney. know it, be ii this SUnate upo.n
whom am cop' of le aidt deil:tratioit 1art% hle
served: It is th"refore .-rdered, that the ail de
fondant do appear and make his deflnttc' withi.
a year and a day flot the filit'g of the said de
larttien. o final av.; :ahso-mme jnitdmI lit wi-I he
awarded to the said ,.t!'intit.
GI . "t:;E PtPE, c. c. r
Clerk's Office, Lay 4th, 1838. 1:i
State of' Both I n r'Oliil
EDGEFIIE l.1 DISTIR ICT'I.
IN TIi: ConiMOX PLE AS.
Wmn. RI rannotn. vs. T.ctt,.
Johne 31. F'ra zier. \- acmsT
VI iE 'Ili.nttihaving this day liled his d.'elarn
titl m t.i' ahove case, aid the I )efendan
oeing withott wili- ..r attorney, known to le within
the State. u pon whom a copy of said declaration,
with a rule to plead. tould be served: It is Or
dered. that t..e satid I)efe' damt do plea.: to the
said declatiti' . witl.i ;t year a i a itda . romn
thi- date air jtiatm'ut final and Lbsointe will he
liven against himtt.
GEO. POI'E, c. c. P
November 21, 1837 aqd 42
?'t:ite of S1oth (ti'Olina
IN TIHE COMMON PLEAS.
Charles Sprooll, Adm'r of ATTACIIFNT.
linay I'. Lipfiord. dec'd vs. ATTumF.
Jamies Dontald. A
7 il: Plaiat fi' itn this case havitng. on the
20th h day of March, 1838, filed his deela
tioi in my olire and t'e defendant iavitg eno
wife or attorney, known to be inl this Stat' upotn
whtm a copy of the declaration, with a special
.order of the coumr endirsed thereon,can be serv
ed: Therefmre ordere'd. ihat the said Jantes I)on
alid do appear and make his defence tvithii. a
year andit a day from the filing of the declaration
a- afiresait, or fi. a' ad absomlut" judgment wi I
he forthwith given and n warded against him.
JAS. WARDLAW1'. c. c. p.
Clerk's (ffice. 1I th alav 1$38. 1.
Str e of Soiit iir, liiia
IN TilE COMMON PILAS.
N. K. Butler & Co. vs. Aftarhament.
Johniai. R .31.rrnh.m. A.tssum.psil.
IIhF Plainttiti'sliav-ing this they tiled thetir
adeelaral jimn. andtt thet Deafai-iantaviang
nithter wtift' nir atrtornaev. knownm ta be in thtis
State. .irdi'red, that if iha saitd Defe'.danit dot
nit appeaiar amnd imake' his diefencet. wtithaimm a ytear
amnd a day Cromi this dte.. finmal awlt aatoute
imtndyentt shall lie frthtw ith aivent atnd atwardedt
JA i FS W A il DLAW.cc. P.
T lIEI1 snhieibern* frtom tahe iamporta nitie.
-taf i' ftrietndl, hin amoneitded 'et fair ti
resatmte thte piracttice tof i., pirofes'sion. as to
-'ite tta ta tll calmls in ('/aromer Dieass.q A
anttamng thitse. het wobima met'n t tioartinilamrl y
S'te'oin air Kme'st E'vii, Cancoer. D)i'e:i~edl
Mammitat, Chrontie :4irt'e f.r'n, &c. Aitrae.s
E. L C \ RT 'illiG E,
Park's P. O.. Etlgefield Dis.. &S. C'.
May 10) if 14
IsaaprO'edI P'isk hiauacen's.
S1 OO(.IiiitOVU h Ii INK SAIC RS
I 'a-. er-. t'low.rs Tl'anv. G.~anzes, Craip.s.
.ine' rt'c' veal and for sale at the Edgefta'ld
July 16i tf 24
- ., .i'no W.V tlaotn tint 3 subscr
Febeianry la'a, l'rtonm tmy place two
mum's f'tomi liainihnmry. s. C.a netgrti
- ' mi momnedm lFN, aiaomt fotrty-t'ive
years tibl. live feet six inches lagh.
Plhie abovtte reward I will pay f'or
tdelverit.a im 3 to men, or pulttmtg him
ta jail io thtat I camn get himu.
TPIE alIAS Kr.RNAGIIAN.
1lamhurg .larch i stai -lice7 tue in
brttit l~et*le. 411 4 i t r:eiito illat.~b
& ' I ~l . R m'tim - m Etaita o tifoe mtte one
t ld ta .txu lita-, 4i att lia tIttm. A tmt i , ii
hr b, . l'h tit ita antsn attls the ad;t ne
bansa perceiae rinsetd to pr30, by
J~hN IE. N DE'ITy.R'..Q
- tiattl )' n thetant eeaeae r'e o,.f'
person havig t erms tgaislt ah esatrcle
thm dy t ttes pptoe. 1at~et
J~llNH~J'H ET JorF.
AprilAME8i JO .
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
EXI CUTIV' DEPA1t'MEN'T,
COLUMIJA. 2-th .t og. 1938.
By 11s I"crWury PIER CE M. B '..
ILE R, E sq . liore nor and Comnander
in-chie in andorer the State uforesuid.
li l'.A R AS, inlormlion has Ibeen re
ented it this I)epartmernt, that' a
p!onions murdter was lately cottmmitted il
Iicbland Dtstrict, by one An .Ra STat-'
L.N, On the body iCof IlaAn Aumsont, and
hnht the s:ail Aau.a had lied from fuastice.
NOW KNOW YE, That to she' intent
the said ABNa:a may he brought to legal
tri I and cmndisn puinishment, for his of
f: ae i atfresnmid, I do hereby offer a re
wanI ofTihree Hur.ied Dollars for his ap
prehension and delivery into any jail in
The said ABNER S-raRWLIN is about thir
ty years of age, Ave feet ten inches high,
well made, fair complexion, light hair and
lile eyes, sharp features prominent, full
umonthi i aid nhiin teeth. fond of gambling
and bra.,- n'th lot his manhool.
Given under my hand and the
seal of the State at Colum
- bin, this 24th day of Aug.
[L,S. in the year of our lard one
thou-nd eight hundred and
thirty -eight, and in the six
ty-third year of the inde
pendence of the United
States of Anmerica.
P. M. BUTLER.
By the Governor.
JoN T. SXv.mn:Ls,
Dpinmy Secretary of State
Augut 25 f31
P R OC !..,1M.1 TION
STATE OF SOUTIl I:AROLINA.
BTy His Excellency PIERCE M. BUT
I E It, Esq , Govrernor and Commander
in chie f in and over the State of South
('oLuamna.a.. iugust 3, 1838.
w IlIE RAS, intotintation has been re
ceived at this, Department, that a
felonious mur.lh'r wm', lately commie.d in
Laurens Ditrimt, by one HI ItAaM loLE t(MBE
on the body of--- Branblett. that the
-aid Iliranm hm. fltd from justice.
NOW KNOW YE, That to the intent
the said llirama smay he brought to legal
trial and condien punishnment, for his offence
as aoren'.aiml, I do hereby offer a reward of
0T Il tlndre" l)ollars fur his apprehension
und delivers into any jail in thi, Sine
The said lliram is represented to be :mtout
3.5 tear,. ornge, upwards of six feet high,
dark hair ani blue eyes, quite taciturn. but
when spoken to, replies enlmly and in good
l:mmmImge,altogeher unassuming in his man
ners, of a serious and rather melancholy
eountenntee, entirely sober in his conduct,
and conver.ation-always dressed decently
and in bozmespunm eloth.
Given under amy hand and the
seal of the State at Colum
bin. this 3d day of Agmust,
in tihe- year ofouar Lord one
[L.S.] thousand eieht hundred and
thirty-eight, and in the Six
ty-third year of the Inde
pendetnce of the U. States
P. M. BUTLER.
By' the Governor.
JOllN T'. SEIJELS,
Detmmttv Secretary of State.
Aumsst 3. f 2S
P RO('I..-M I TIOV
STA T E OF SOUT H \ROLINA.
By1 his E.rcellency P1 EII('E II. BUTJLE R,
E sq.. G;ornor and C'ommnander-.in-chief
in uind oveer thue S"tate aforesaid.
,I l-R E AS info~rimtiona has been re
eeied hiv thmis dep~artmient that a
me'),e ;trocie'u muirmder w'as commtittedl in
th Dis.tric't of Oranmgebmrg ont time 6ith day
iof* lamy lam't. alumsmt mdark. onl the body' uos er
lioN 'wr, whbile' -ittinig lby time fire in his
ownVm kminte, n~ heo was thenm andl ,here shot
mdead bty %tomie person as yet unknown
NOW KNOh~ Y E, TIhta to mhe ititent
that pmstic'e muay lie totne, amid that the per
pe~mitrtr ofi this hotrridl crime amny lie bronight
to legal puish~mednt :I do herebv off'er a
ren nrid ill T WO IILUNI)R li DiDOLI-A RS
to amnry person -,r pesn who will give' ma
6inumio neint iiaLam't t he perpetrator of the-said
murm-er. 'io thlamt thme olfenider'. his aiders, and
abhettoins mrnny he" applrehetnded~ amnd "nffer t he
pennia!ty muf thle laiw fmtm I le samid crimme.
Andmm it ms herebv furthter piroclinimemd and
mamde knomwni, that the info'rmanat, mn his ;ip
m'ti-enrin amrnd rrivimmg evidleo. e on the trial of
the =.m d mtmere:r. his tmmuere, anmd ambetttirs,
-all -tan iml'ree amnmleldi-lhamgmed of'and from
nmy preserntIam' Ir hgpl proeedits acaist
immsell, imr mir mit necotutnt of' the said tmur
Givemn tinder miy hmandi and the
S.seal of t he St~nte.at Colum
hin, 6th Jutne, 18~3S.
B. hi. SAxtmN. Secretary oif State
.Jttne I-I f 19
T5 II i-' 1'nmder:gnmed, hmaving formed acne
mon in businet'ss, resptecfmully m ffer thmeir pro.
Iies-.m' aI ser ies. in Law~ and Ih.gnity, for the
ijiutiricia ofitIamrnmwell anmd Edge.field.
J1. W. Wt~ai- is orated at Edgefield Court
Ilmimse', I'. th:m.t.msm:n .Jr.. itt Barrnnell C. hi.
andmi lmettera dimrectedm to eiher of' these mlacs, tir to
Aimkent (whtceh mu lit beisin-d art rt'gmhr mrtrvats)
* I. - i ' ut.tt. Jr. Blurrrea C.!I.
P 1'5 EI Notes tal Ar'etnitis of Dr. James
Syimnt deceasedm, haue bieeni lefl with
'.Ir. 1I. I,. Jeffer's, ini li~amhumre. All per
'onts inditebted tin lir'. Spamn are requtested
toi t andim paty Mr. Jedelr<,nho ie a-uthiorized
tlemiandits ntg'.intst the ljistnice will pulease ren
der themt t. htim. E. SP~AN1N,
Mua'rlmch 2. I8 t: f A .-idm'tri.r.
'1 o t ice.
\lI Tl' S (ramitmmar, 'h'engraphy nod
Ath:-,oithme Prodnemmtiv'e System. AlIso,
a'mtit h's Pratett antd Mental Arithme'tic,
wohtl a vamriety of' other Scutoor, Boors,
mmay be founde at the Store ol'
C. A. DOWD.
M arch 7. 1838 tf 5