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'A -Projected Elopement Nipped in the
Bud.-There was quite an alarm and a
very pleasant Bare up in New York on
Sunday evening, growing out of an at
tempted elopement of a.very respectable
young lady with a young gentleman equal
Jy respectable. Some persons passimg a
street was alarmed by cry of murder; the
y ce that of a female. Several persons
went towards the spot, and saw two young
12lies running front the house, minus their
bonnets screaming at the top of their voices
for help. When they got to the scene of
action two young mhen were found grap
pling in the area by the basement door.
They were soon separated, and on making
some inquries they learned that there had
been an elopement planned and brought to
maturity between one of the young gentle
man and one of the ladies: but the arrange
ment had leaked out through the treachery
of a jealous sisterof t he-heroine, & the ot h
ergentleman was the brother of the ladies,
who, anticipating the arrivalof t.e he
ro of the romance about that time, lay in
wait to meet him; and immediately on his
approach the enraged brother seized him
at the door and commenced thating him,
but our hero defended himself with great
courage, maintaining his ground in front of
the house and daring the brother out. The
lady under engagement stationed herself
by her lover's side, and in the open air
they were permitted to hold a peaceable
conversation for some time, during which,
no doubt, new arrangements were made.
The father of the lady, an eccentric old
gentleman, had forbidden the match. for
no other reason thau that he was determin
ed his daughter should never marry while
he lived; but when in his prime, it is a no
torious fact that he sloped with the moth
er of his daughter, and she, doubtless,
thought she had a right to follow her moth
er's example;-Bainore Clipper 15 inst.
Dignity of Labour.-in early life David
kept his father's sheep; his was a life of in
dustry; and though fooltsh men thiuk i de
grading to perform any useful ltabour, yet
in the eyes of wise men industry is truly
h-norable. and the most useful man is the
happiest. A life of labour is man's natu
ral condition, and most favourable to men
tal health and hodily vigour. Bishop Hall
says, Sweet is the destiny of all trades.
whether of the brow or of the mind. God
never allowed any man to do nothing.
From the ranks of industry have the worlds
greatest been traken. Rome was more
than once saved by man a who was sent
from the plough."
Moses had been keeping sheep for forty
years before he came forth as the deliver
er of Israel. The Apostles were chosen
from amongsi the hardy and laborious fish
erman. From whence I infer that, when
OtCd has any grea: work to perform, he
selects -as his instruments those who, by
their previous occupation, had acquired
habits of indystry, skill and perseverance;
a'nd that, in every department of society.
they are most honorable who earn their
own living by their own labor.
Self Condemnation.-Among many no
ble and valuable qualities, man has thai
of, being able to conulemn and sentence
himself.. Aud if we are justly displeased
with any one, if we are-wounded and re
pelled by ivord or deed, we should depend
upon this quality, and permit it to operate
reconcillingly upon our feelings. For
while ve are embittered by Iis otfence,
perhaps -he himself may have wvept in
silence 'over it, waked in the silent hours
of the night unpityingly to puoiish himself
in the severe sanctuary of :ais cnscetence;
and the noblar the hurnn being, all the
greater is his pang, even over failings which
before the judgenment-seat of the world are
very small or no faults at all;ntny, he will
not at all forgive himself if he cannot make
no atonement for his faults, and the hope
of so doing is, in such painftul hours, his on
A Pyramid of L'ggs -It is known that
eggs tn Cincinnati and Louisville are vcry
cheap, three or four cents a dozen. The
Lontsville Banner says:
,A fellowr went into the Market Ilbuse a
few days since, and asked a countryman
the price of eggs, Being informedl, lie said
that was cheap enough, as he only wonted
a few, and commenced conting them out
into the countryman's arms, placed across
his.breast for the purpose. He continued
counting, and piled them up until the pile
reached thechiin of the vender, who begani
to renionstrate with the purchaser. The
* joke .being played out, the fellowv said,
"Just hold .0n unitil -I get tmy basket,"
and disappeared, leaving the countrymen
holding his eggs, not daring to breathle.
lest lie should shiake them down. Fitially,
after wearing his patience, he concluided
to put themn down as easily as pos-sible,
which he did, only breaking half of them.
Impudence.-A fellow broke jail. some
where in Maryland, leav'ing behind him a
note, addressed to the .jailor, in which he
let loose a spout of the most ludicrous eni
cotmiumns on him and his wife. -H e said the
kindness they had shown him would, tin
der ordinary circumssmances, have induced
him with .great reLuctance, to break the
friendly ties that hound him to them. lHe
sued piteously that they wvould pardon
-him for not taking leave of them int the
uual..way-pleading at such a scetie
would have broken his heart.-Sanders
. aerlean'Skill..-A new bonet has been
adopted by the ladies of the Court as the
greatest novelty of the season.- It is cal
led the Neapolitan Bonnet, and strange to
say it is the production of Brother Jnna
than over the water. Its weight is only 2
oz. and its elasticity is such that no bruises
can derange its .hape. But its greatest
novelty consists in having an alabaster
bemi-transparency which, by throwitng a
ikelight upon the featurea, gives them
that' indescribable- softness of expression
wliich the lkalian ladiesobtain by lightning
up their'apartments with lamps reflected
through vasesof orient ial iabaster.
The Leghain; Florence, and ether
chapeaux of the old world, must now it
appears give place to the more beautiful
producitions of the new.
.Woll, who wil! now say that Jonathan
he thus hears-off the palm from-otir Par
isian neigbbors.-London Court Journal.
All alike.-The New Orleans Picayune
says:-"Four ladies walked through Roy
al street a few days ago, who attracted par
ticular attention. Their dresses were pre
cisely alike-their parasols were alike
and judging from appearance we should
say their hustles were alike.
BY virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, I will proceed to sell at Edge
field Court House, on the first Monday and
Tuesiay in June next, the following
Luther Roll vs. Charles Lamar; Abram
Mathews and Samuel Al. Mathews vs.
the same; N. L. Grilfin and others vs. the
same; the House and Lot in the town of
Hamburg, known as the American Hotel,
occupied a: this time by R. R. Hunter as
a public tavern.
Wade Glover vs. John Scealy, the tract
whereon the defendant lived at the June of
his death, adjoining lands of A. Sibley,
(formerly thu land of Wiley Milton) and
others, lying-on Big Horse Creek.
Lewis Sample and others vs. Elias Wal
ton, Nathan Riley and Reuben Morgan.
one negro girl Liley, the property of E,
A. J. Rambo and others vs. Rudolph
Carter and Elizabeth Carter, five thous
and acres of land, more or less, adjoining
lands of John Wise andl others, the prop
erty of the defendant Rudolph Carter.
Also one negro man Dick.
Ann lull, Aduiitnistrator, vs. Robert E.
Baskerville, one negro mun by the name
of William or Billy.
If. BOULWARE, s. E. D.
Mlay 15 3t 16
South Carolina Female
T HE Mid-summer (or private) term, com
tmencs on the J5th June cusning and
closes on the 15th October.
Tns Term is intended as a preparatory
course for Pupjils who are to join the Institute
at the general term in October.
ELIAS MARKS, M. D.
Columbia. March 29 9t 10
A LL persons indebted to the estate of G. F.
RusTos, deceased, are requested to come
firward and settle their accounts, and those
having demands against said estate, are solicit.
ed to present their accounts, legally attested.
W. N. MOORE, Executor.
March 27 tf 9
Sperm. Candles, &c.
2 HV 1OLE and hal boxes pure Sperm
CANDLES, a choice article, warrant
ed ta give satisfaction. For sale by the box or
I. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, April 20. tf 13
A FRESH supply of Candy, Sugar Plumbs.
Kisses, &c., constantly on hand.
Brazil Nuts. English Walnuts, Almonds,
Fig<, Raisins, &c.
11. A. KENRICK.
Ilainburg. April I. tf 13
:Winer. Brandy, Gin, &c.
AI.AGA, Teneritfe, Port, Sherry, and
American and Hiolland GIN,
American and Cognac BRANDY,
Old Peach and Apple do.
A fresh sitpply ofchtoice PORTER and A LE,
in quarts and pitts. For sale b'y
H. A. KENRICKC.
H amburg, A pril 20. tf 13
T1 HE snbscribers have fertned a partner
tship in the practice of Law for Edlfiefield
District. Ollice near G vodumnu's H1otel.
J. TERRY, .
December 23. 1843 - if 48
71H E undersigned have formedr a ennex
3. ion in the Practice of LAW, for the
Dtistricts uif Edgefield andl Barnwell, S. C.
Oflice in llamtburg, corner Centre and Mer
cer-streets. M. GRAY, .
T HUS. G. K'dY.
Hamburg. Feb. 1P.. 18.14. 3m 41
D R.W. . CLA Y HROOK.informs the ci
9izens;f Abbeville District, that lhe has
located at Mrs. Edwards' (White [Hall.) and of
fars his services in the vairiuus departutrents of
Refercecs.-Drs. Bttrt, Paul F. Eve, Dugas,
A pril 27 8t 13
T HIE stacuibers have associated them
selves in the Practise of MEDCuE, f i
wtPEfY, and SURGEnY, in . Edgefield District,
under the firm ofictennings & Keith.
W. D. JENNINGS,
T. F. KEITH.
March 2?7 if 9
T H E subscriber hiavitng entered into new
business arrangements, is desirotns of
clositng tip his old business, and respectfuilly
urges tuponi those indlohted to him either by
note or accounit, the necessity ofan immediate
January 3 - if 49
R O'K L1.71E.
pe4 Bbs. fresh unslacked ROCK LIME,
Q Vjust received, and for sade by
SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Hlambutri, April 20 tf 13
6bOO G ALLONS "hMountamn Dew,"
a prime article, for sale by
Hamburg, A pril 20. tf 13
BLACK and blue black Gros. do Royal,
BPult do Snie; and Gros. de Grain
SI ;plaiti, stripe, and fig'd. do; rich
Satitn stripe Gras. do Paris do ; Plaid do. All
new patterns, and just received by
JOHN 0. B. FOR D.
Hambitrg Feb.17 tf 4
A L pe-a~nshaving demands against
th sate or David Richardson, de
ensed-, mie requested to present their ac
counts duly attested, and- those indebted
to the estate will please come forward and
JAS. M!. RICHARDSON,? xcr
JA S. S. GU1GNA RD; j e's
May 8, 15 A,.
J. 0. B. FORD -
I9 now opening at his store in Hamburg,
A general assortment of Staple and Fancy
February 16 if 4
T HE.Subscriber takes pleasure in inform
Ting the public, that he has succeeded in
engagaigithe services of an experienced Miller
for the present year, and having his Mills in
thorough repair, is prepared to do any quan
tity of grinding grai at the shortest notice.
Persons having Wheat, and wishing superior
flour made from It, are invited to give him a
call. His terms are the tenth.
S. W. NICHOLSON.
Jan 5, 1844. 6m* 49
.1t Reduged Prices.
T H E Subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public generally. that he
has a good stock of well sawed LUMBER on
hand, and sawing daily of the best heart Pines
at the following prices:
At the Mill .50 cents per hundred.
Delivered, 80 "
within 10 or 12 miles of the Mill.
Feh.7 3m 2
T 11 E subscriber still continues at his estab
lislmemt on the RIDOE, to manufacture
Gins of a superior quality. His Gins are made
of the very best materi~ls, and for workmanship
and service will be found equal to any is the
Repairing in all its branches will be faithfully
performed at moderate charges.
Orders ad dressed io- the subscriber, at the
Ridge, will be promptly attended to.
B. T. BOATWRIGHT.
March 1'. 8t 7
A LL those indebted to tho Estate of
Isham Carpenter, deceased, are re
quired to make immediate payment, and
those having detnands against the Estate,
to present them duly attested.
JOHN HILL, o. E D.
Feb.28 5 if
R ICII Satin aid Chainelion Silk Shawls,
and Cardinals, &c. &c. &c.
Just received by
JOHN O. B FORD.
Hamburg, Feb. 20 if 4
T HE Subscribers respectfully inform their
enstomers and the public generally, that
they have just received a new and well selected
Spring & Summer Goods,
comprising an extensive assortment of articles
for Gentlemen's Clothing,-in the latest and
most fashionable style, which they are prepar
ed to make up, in a fashionable and workman
like manner. From Gentlemen wanting any
description of Clothing they solicit a call, as
they feel confident in their ability to suit the
most fastidious, both in the quality and prices
of their Goods.
31EIGS & COLGAN.
March 4, 1844, if 6
The Subscriber would takesthis opportunity
to return histhanksjto his friends and the com
iunity in generna, .hor the libetal patronage
they have conferredon him for the last ten
years He iutends'ditrrying on the
Business. in alt its branches, at the ol stand,
and hopes by strict attention to business, to
merit a continuaice of thosefavors which have
been so liberally bestowed on him.
Dec. 12 if 46
New Spring Goods..
I sow receiving. and will continue to re
eive all kinds of
of the kitest and most fashionable styles, suita
ble for the season. A large assortmetnt of Ca
licoes udd Printed Lawns, a gond assortment of
Spring anid Summer Goods for men's wear,
such as!Dluck Drap d' E'ta Fancy Ribbed and
Plain, Brown and White Linen Drills, also
Fancy Ribbed and Plain Worsted and Cotton
Gamiboons, Vestings, &c. 3-4 to 6-4 brown and
bleached Shirtings and Sheetings, from 5 cents
up. A good supply of Ladies'and Gentleaien's
Shioes; also Fur, Wool and Palm Leaf Hats,
all of'-which will he sold low for cash.
Hamburg, March 2.if 9
Bland & Butler,
ARE now receiving and opening their usual
Spring & Summer Goods,
whlich, with their former stock, reniders their
assortment complete. and to wvhich they res
pifully invite the attenition of their customers,
and the publick generally.
Wec will not pretend to enumerate articles;
Call and wo will show them to you; if you do
nt buy, it shall not lbe our fault.
WeV wouldl avail ourselves of this opportunity
to tendler our sincere thaniks to those wvho have
so liberally patronized us, and invite by a strict
attentioni to our business, and their interest, a
conmtintn.e of that patronage.
March 27 if 9
T HEsuibscriher begs leave to inform his
..friends and the community in general',
that he is art this time receivingand openiung an
- STOCK OF GOODS,
consisting in part of DOMESTIC & FA NCY
DRY GOODS, Hats Shoes, Bonnets, Hard
ware, Crockery Ware, Saddhes,Bridles,Whips,
Groceries, &c. All of which articles he will
oll'er on the mery besi terms .his circumstances
and the tunes will admit.
S. F. GOODE.
March 13 if 7
A CHOICE A RTICLE, for sale by
.t~. H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Nov. 25, if 14
01 0 cs.PAERHANGINGS,
IUUO new styles, and at low pri
ces. Just received by
JOHN 0. B FORD.
Hamburg, Feb. 20 if 4
Shirtings & Sheetinags.
f 4 4-4, 5-4, 6-4. and 12.4, brown atid
ableached Shirtings and Sheeting.,
Just received by -
JOHN 0. B. FORD.
Hamhuirg. Feb. 19 if 4
NANKEENS, by thme care,
50 bbls. N. 0. Molasses.
For sale by
.SIBLEY & CRAPON.
HIamburg Feb.28 . . f 6
SCOTCH, German,. and American Plaid
Just received and 'for sale.by
JOHN 0. B. FORD.
Hambure. Feb. 20 f 4
T HE Subscriber respectfally informs his
friends and the public generally, that he
)fiers for sale, at the brick store formerly occu
pied by Messrs. Sibley-& Crapon, nearly op
posite Mr. James .Hubbard's Hote), a. large
and general assortment of GROCERIES, par
ticularly adapted to the wants of families, con
sisting in part of
New Orleans, Porto Rico, and St. Croix
Lump, lent, crushed & powdered Sugars,
Cluba, Rio and Java COFFEE,
Back, Hyson, Gunpowder and Imperial
West India and New Orleans Molasses,
Hall's Patent Candles, 4s, 5s, & 6s.
Sperm . do. , 4s, 5s, & Gs
Canal Flour, in whole nd half barrels,
6 casks prime Goshen Cheese,
20 boxes do. do. do,
Buckwheat in 1-4 and 1.8 barrels,
Pickles in 1-2gal. jars, qts. and pints,
Tomato Ketchup do. bo.
Walnut - do. do. do.
50 sacks Liverpool Salt, (bleached sacks,) -
50 boxes Table do. (a fine article,)
25 brls. Irish Potatoes, (Roan)
2 tierces Onions, (red and silverskin,)
Bar soap, shaving soap. cotton cards. wool
cards, pails, buckets, tubs, keelers, piggins, in
digo, madder, copperas, rice, lard, chocolate,
Baker's cocoa, cocoa paste, Goshen butter. so
da biscuit, lemon biscuit, pic imc crackers, wr
ter crackers, butter crackers, pilot bread, al
monds, currants, citron, cloves, nutmegs, mace.
cinnamon, pepper, spice, ginger, sago, pearl
Barley, maccaroni, vemicilli, capens, mustard,
starch, West India and American preserves.
Pesons visiting Hamburg, are respectfully
requested to call and examine for themselves.
H. A. KENIUCK
Hamburg, Novr. 25 tf 44
T HE Subscribers respectfully inform their
friends and the public, that they have re
ceived a large and fresh supply of GOODS,
selected by one of the firm, i Ne'v York, Dos.
ton, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Charleston,
which in addition to their former stock. com
prises the largest and best assort nient of Goods
ever offered in this market, consisting in part
40 hhds. Porto Rico. New Orleans and
St Croix Sugars,
350 bags Rio, Cuba, Porto Rico, St. Do
mingo, Java, and Mocha Coffee,
70 hhds. West India Molasses,
10 tierces Cuba do.
35 bbls. New Orleans do.
70,000 lbs. Bacon, Hams,Sides& Shoulders,
80,000 " Swede Iron, assorted sizes,
5,000 " English do.
3,000" Band and Hoop Iron,
3,000 " Nail Rods & Horse Shoe shapes,
2,000 " Cast, German, & Blistered Steel,
200 setts Wagon Boxes,
J,700 sacks Sat, (bleached sacks,)
2,000 bushels Salt, in bulk,
250 pieces Gunny Bagging,
1,000 lbs. Bagging Twine, ( Weaver's,)
150 coils Manilla Bale Rope,
100 do Hemp do do
1,500 yards Osnaburgs,
5,000 lbs. double refined Loaf Sugar,
3,000 " " " crushed do.
3,000" powdered do.
1,000" single refined Loaf do.
20 boxes Turpentine soap,
10 " Sperm Candles,
20 " hull's patent Candles,
5 tierces fresh ground Rice
2,000 lbs. White Lead No.1 Union Mills,
25 bbl. Canal Flour, (choice brand.)
40 doz. dining, parlor, rocking and
7cases Hats and Caps,
150 casks Stone Lime. (in fine order,)
20 kegs Ddpont's FFF g Powder,
1,000 lbs. Bar Lead,
40 boxes Window Glass 8x10 & 10x12,
130 bags Shot, assorted sizes,
2,500 pairs Shoes,
Tea, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Choenlate. Cm-i
namon, Almonds, Starch, Nutmegs, fine chew
inig Tobacco, Negro Cloths, Blankets, :Shoe
Thread, Cotton Yarn. Cotton Cards, WVool
Cards, Tacks, Sieves, Plough Lines, Indaigo,
Madder, Blue Stone, Copperas, Epsom Salts,
Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil, a (superior article,)
Trace Chains, Fifth Chains, Smoothing Irons,
brass bound cedar Buckets, horse Buckets,
Pails, Tubs. Keelers, Willow Wagons, nests
Measures, Feathers, &c. &c. &c.
SIBLEY & CRIAPON.
Hamburg July, 1, 1843. if 23
Water Proof, & No Mistakie!
H, L. JEFFERS & 00,
WAREHOUSE & GEnERAL CoMISs1OoN
MERCHANTS.-HAM BURG, S. C.
B EG leare to inform their friends, and the
public generally, their NE W WVN TElR
PROOF WPARE HOUSE, with large "onive
sieat close Stores attached, is now completed
and ready for the reception of
Cotton, Merchandise, &c.
It is situated on the principial street leading
Finto the business part of the town, four feet
Irbovs the highiest~vater mark by actual survey,
entirely remote from all other buildings, which
renders it fire- proof, and conveniently situated
for loading and unlo~ading wagon.
They are now permanently located in this
place, and pledged not to speculate in Cotton
sa their own account, but to give their undivi
:led attention to the interest of their customiers,
and are fully prepated to attend to the Sale,
Cotton i lo. Bacon, &c.
Receising and Forecarding ME RC HANDISE.
Purchasng Goods to order, &c. &c.
Their charges will be as follows :-For ael
ing Cotton 25 cents per bale; Shipping do,
l2Icente per bale. Commission for buying or
telling Meirchandise and Produce 2j per Cent.
Forwarding and Storage, in accordance with
he established rates. All Cottoii, FI'ur, &c.
received by the riverfree from wharfage. Li
deral advances will he made when required,
mn any consignments made to them.
Hamburg, Septr.9tf 33
From the subscriber on Saturday
the 23d of March last, a negro man,
ISAAC, about 20 years of age, a
bright mulatto, high cheek bones,
limps a little from a hurt in the hip,
about~five beet 10 inches high, ni:s
probable be nmy have a free pass,
md attempt to get off in company wimh eome
vhite man. Any person ap piehendin gthe
iaid negro, and delivering him to ine, or lnto
may safe jail, so that I get him, shall have all
mipenses paid, and be reasonabl~ycompenisated
or their trouble.
April24 tf 13
ILGingham, and Cambric Umbrellas,
Just received, a good assortment, by
JOHN 0. B. FORD.
Hambe-'g, Feh. 20 tf 4
China. Crockery, etc.
GE E AL assortment of CHINA
LCROCEERY, and GLA SS WA RE, con
isting ofoommon and fine Teas Plates, Bowls,
~itchers, Dishes. Ewers and Basins; granite,
mnd'China Tea setts; Tumblers, Wine Glas
es, Decanters, Lamps, Salts, Cruets, &c. &c.
or sale by H. A. KENRICK. 1
Hamburg,-Novr. 2r 44
State of South Carolina.'
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
James M. Sullivan & wife )
Sarah S. -
Joseph M. Terry, Ebenezer Partition for
Chamberlain & wife. Sn- account and set
san. Martin N. Mims, S. tdement of the es.
S. Mims, William C. Ro- I late of D. Mims,
bertson, Daniel Bird, the senr. dec'd'
legal representatives of -
Wm. Thurmond, dec'd.,
& John Terry, sr. dec'd.
ON hearing the petition in this case, and it
appearing to my satisfaction, that Jos. M.
Terry. D'l. Bird, and the legal representatives
of William Thurmond, dec'd,, and the legal re
presentatives of John Terry, senr., dec'd., live
beyond the limits of this Stite; it is therefore
ordered that the said defendants do appear in
my office on Monday the 22d of July next,
to render an account of the administration of
David S. Mlime, and Joseph M. Terry, admin
istrators upon the estate of David Mime, sent.,
Given under my hand and seal of office, this
20th day of April. A. D. 1844. .
JOHN HILL, o. E D. [L. S.]
April 24 , 3m 13
State of South Carolina.
EDGEFI E LD DISTRICT,
Ann Bates and 'Thos. S.
Bates, Ad'mrs. rs. Bill for Account,
Gca. Al. Bates, et al. Partition, &c.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the
Commissioner. that George M. Bates,
Joel lIamiter and Elizabeth his wife, Wilson
AM. Bates and Nancy Ann his wife. Andrew J.
Wilson and Hepsebnh his wife, and David An
drew Bates, de'ndaits in this suit, reside with
out tie limits ofthis State: On motion, by M1 r.
Wardlaw, Complainants' Solicitor, ordered,
that the abov- named defendants do plead, an
swer, or demur, to the complainants' bill,with
n three month from the publication hereof, or
the said bill will be taken pro confesso against
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. P.. E. D.
Commissioner's Office, Feb. 28, 1844.
Feb. 2 3m - 5
State of South Carolina.
John A. Houston, Trustee,)
Daniel McKie, &al.
vs. ' Rill for Account.
George A. McKie, I
Thomas McKie, etal. J
IT appearing to.the satisfaction of the Com
missioner, that William Durham, and a
supposed son of Michael McKie, dec'd., whose
name is unknown, defendants in this suit, re
side without the limitsof this State: On motion,
by Mr. Wardlaw, Complainants' Solicitor, or
dered,that the above named defendants,do plead,
answer, or denmur, to the complainants said bill,
within three month. from the publication hereof,
or the said bill will be taken pro confesso against
S. S. TOM PKINS, c. E. E. it.
Conimissioner's Office. Feb. 28, 1844.
Feb. 28 3m 5
State of South Carolina,
Gertrude Riley, & Sophia
Al. Sawyer. vs.
George V. Sawyer, Wil. (Billfor Partition
hamn Padget. et al. J
.I appearing to the satisfaction of the
Commnissioner, that John H. Allen and Joi
:y his wife. defendants in this suit, reside with.
2itt this State: On motion, by Mr. Wardlaw,
Conplainant.4' Solicitor. ordered,that theabove
aa med Defendants, do plead, answer or glemur,
o the CUnplainants' said bill, within three
nonths from the publication hereof, or the said
uill will be taken pro cotifesso against them,.
S, S. TOM IPKINS, c. E. E. D.
Commnissioner's Offce, Feb. 28, 1844.
Feb.28 - 3m 5
State of South Carolina.
TN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Whitfidd Brooks, Applicant,
Gidoont Youngblood, & others, Defen'ts.~
I T appearmig to any saitisfaction. that Gideon
RYountublood. Geo. Youingloaod, arid Mar
ha Yonitgblood, residhes without the limits of
his State : It is ordteredt, that they do appeaP
mnd object tio the division -md sale of the real
estate of Lewis Yotanghlond, dec'd., oni or be
'ore the first Mlondlay in July next, or their con
tent to the samie will be enatered of record.
. .lH LL, o. E. D.
March 26th. 1844. - 12t 9
State of' South Carolina.
W. E. Jackson & Co., Declaration ini For
Win. Fitzroy. eign Attachment.
Tj HIE Plainitiff having this day filed his
Jdeclaration in my office, and the De
endanthiaving no wife or A ttorney knowb
o be within the Stale, on whom a copy
>f the same. n ith a rule 1o plead, can be
tervedl: It is ordlered, that the.Defen'dan~t
ylead to the said declaration, within a year
iud a dwy~or final and absolute judgetnent
w'ill be given against himn.
G EO. POP1E, c. c. r,
Clerk's Gffice, A pril 30, 1844.
May I, & n. 14 ly,
State of' South Ca.rolina.
IN THE CGMMION PLEAS.
Josiah J. Ryan, Declaration in For
Win. Fitzroy. cign Attachtment,.
Josiah J. Ryan, . Declaration in
s. iForegn Altach
Fitzroy & Melnnis. ment.
T1 IE Plaintiffs having this day filed
..their declarationis itn the above stated
ases in my office, and the defendants
iaving no wife or attorneys known to be
dithina the limits of ibis State, on whom a
cpy of said declarations with a rule, to
>dead can he served; tIt is ordered, that
lie said defendants do plead to the said
leclarations, withitn a year and a day.
rom the publicatiotn of this order, or final
ud absolu:e judgment ill be awarded
' E O. POPE, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, May 6, 1844.
May 8, 1 1
Paints & Oils.
5000hd LeaS Extra and No.1 It
10 bbls. Train Oil,
.O 10"Linseed oil, ..
5 " Superior Lamp Oil.
or sale bya SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Jnmbnirg.Oct.2.5 tr 40
Priting'Paper, Type, Presses, Ink, fir.
T HE Subscribersahaving completed
their arrangements for keeping on
band a general assortment of everyfarticle sed'
by the craft. They have now on hand, and'ote
TYPE, of all kinds put up in founts
Hoe's PRESSES, Washington and Smith
Do inking Machines, Furniture, Rule,
Do Cases, Chases, Stands, Galleys, &c.
Johnson's (Phila.) News and Book Ink,
Prout's (New York) do do
Printing Paper of all sizes and qualities,
Foolscap. Folio Post and Letter Paper,
Enamelled and Common Bla'ik Cards, &c.
The Type we offer to the trade is from the
well known manufactory of Ww.Hager &Co.
New York; warranted of the best metal,,and
cast by hand. Type from other founderies will
however be furnished when requited.. The
character of Hoe's machinery is so welf known
to Printers generally, that we cousidN it unise
cessary to recommend it to them. All orders
for their.Machine or Hand Presses, or any
other article manufactured by them will be ex
ecuted by us on the New York terms.
BURGES & JAMES,
6 Broad-street, Charleston, S..C;
gT Printers in Georgia, North and South "
Carolina, who copy the above any number of
times during the year 1844, will be allowed $5
on settlement of their accounts whefe they ex
ceed $30. Those who do not intend to deal
with us, will please not copy.
April 24 6t 13
Allum Spring Pills,
-For the Cure o ,ysepsi Scrofudus and
T H ESE PILLS are prepared by Dr
S. R. Campbell, from the water of
the highly celebrated Mineral Springs in
Rockbridge couniy Virginia; called the
These gills, like the water from which
they are prepared, are a diuretic, promot
ing the secretion of urine and an alterative,
increasing the secretions of the glandular,
system generally, and particularly of the
liver. They act geniy, but effectually
lupon the bowels, after two or three days'
use of them, producing copious dark, bil
They also effect a determination to the
surface, increasing the perspiration ; thee
fore, they are a great purifier of the blood,
and equaliser of the circulation. Each
pill is eqibal to a common glass of the wa
ter. They should be taken before each
medl, and from six to ten or twelve should
be taken in the course of each-day, for a
fortnight, and then omit them for the sadie
period. For the cure of the above diseas
es, perseverance in, the use of these Pills,
is all important; and if they are persever
ingly used, every al ternate fortnight, auetre
may more certainly be eieted, than un
der any other treatment heretofore disco
vered, except from the use of the water,
from which they are prepared, either.hy ;an
attendance at the Springs or otl erwine.
They very speedily cure diarrhdeas, at
tended with acidity of the stomach, and
are a very useful remedy for the animmer
bowel complaint in children, as also for
expelling worms from children. From one
to four should be given in three equal por
tions each day, to a child under six years,
according to age. When given to children,
they should be powdered and mixed with
syrup. These -Pills are easily taken, hav
ing no nauseous taste, are perfectly safe
in all cbses, where active fever does not
exist, and'do not sicken persona while using
them. S. R. CAMPBELL,
For sale by J. D. Tts'r5,p, Edgefield
Court House, South Carolina.
April 17 if 12
State of South Carolhna.
' 1 THE COlMON PLE AS.
Curry & Caver, Decdaration
vs. in Foreign Attack
B. S. Miller, ment.
Wilham Curry, Dedaration
-es. in Foreign Attack
Henry Carter. ment.
Jared E. Groce, Dedlaration
vs- in Foreign Attack.
The Same-. menit.
Curry & Caver, -Dedlaration
T e s.me. Foreign Attack
W illiam Curry, Dedlaration
vs. in Foreign Attack
The Surame. ment.
Jared E. Giroce, vs. Dedlaration
The same, anid in Foreign Attach
Benjamm 8. Miller. ment.
Curry & Caver, Dedlaration
ss. in Foreign Attaidt
John W. Carter. eat.
B3. W. Gruce, Dedaration
vs. in Foreign Attack
The Same, ment.
WV. Curry, Dcedarataan
The Sume. F' lmnt..
J1. A. Hibler, Dedlaration,
vs. in Foreign Ata&
Hliranm N. Wilson, Agent. ment;
Israel Bond, for the use Dedaration'
of the same, 'vs. .in Foreign Attak
The Same. - ment.
T31 E Plaintiffs in .thenahoveecase,. batist
...thmisday Giled their declarationsig my C
fice. and the defenda'nts having aoewife or. at.
torney.known to be'withintbis Siate, on whom,
a copy ofaaid declaratioia,'with a rnle to plead,
can be-served: Itisordeind,that theiid defen-.
dhant do plead to the lsaid deolaiationswithin as
year amid a day from tho pubiication'of tiidor
der, or final and absolute .judgment wil-be,
awarded agaiast them.
GEO,. POPE, c. e. P.
Clerk's Ofice, Nov.'6. 1843; ly 4
State of South Carolina.
EDGE FIELD DISTRICT.
Oliver Simpson* Decdaration
L G. Ekles. in Firnign At cment.
T3 HFE Platinifi' having this day filed his de.
U.clamation in my office, and' the defendaat
having no wife or attorney, known to be within~
the State, on whoni a copy of thme same, with a,.
rule to plead, can be served: Itis ordered, that,
the' difendamnt plead to the said declaration,
within'syear and a day, or final and absolute,
udgement wili be givjen against him.
Cle~s-Ofice, GEO. POPE, ec. .
Clek aOffce16th Match, 1844. -
March 20 Jy .8 .
1HE Co-paitnership 'heretofore exitting,
between Drs. Tigtit& Jxv'nssos, w'as,
lissolved by-mntualedasat, on the first day efi-'
Fannary last. Peisoos indebted -'to 'thse'rm,
ire respectfumlly'requested to coma forwardind
mettle their accounts,-by-note or otherwise.
D.W . JENNINGS, -,
liarh 27 e - -tf. 9,8
jya gisaese Blanks,
FORL SALE AT THIS OFFICE,