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AWAY WITH THE BOWL.
BT P. P. P.
Remove the poisonous cup away,
I will not taste again;
A double death lies in its depth.
And many bath it slain. -
Away-. fear its magic blow,
I would not have it near
Away-it telleth tales of wo.
Of wo I would not hear.
Its joys are transient as the flash
That darts across the sky ;
And prostrates as the mighty crash
Of whirlwinds rushing by,
These joys repeated o'er and o'er,
Will soon debase he mind;
When conscious rectitude is gone,
A wreck is left behind.
Dash-dash it out, and let the earth
Drink up its ruby hue
Cursed be the time that gave it birth,
That brought it into view.
Henceforth I drink -no more of thee
Thou deadliest foe of life
Henceforth I must and will be free,
Thou votary of strife.
Thou worst of human foes-away
Go-ne'er return again
. Despair thou bringest with thy stay,
And madness to the brain.
Go-go-thou hast no charm for me.
Thou canst not soothe my wo;
Thou only bringest misery
Within thy ruby glow.
Oh, hence! it bath an adder's bite
Take-take it far away;
It spreads around a hellish blight;
And brings a dreary day
Then ever hence, thou maddening bowl,
And trouble me no more
A way destroyer of the soul,
Thy -deadly reign is o'er.
-Y JULIA A. FrETcHE.
Think gently of the erring !
Ye know not of the power
With which the dark temptation came,
. In some unguarded hour.
Ye may not know how earnestly
They struggled, or how well.
Until the hour of weakness came
And sadly thus they fell.
Think gently of the erring!
Oh! do not thou forget,
Hlowever datkly stained by sin,
He is thy brother yet.
Heir of the self same heritage!
Child of the self-same God!
Ile bath but stumbled in the path,
Thou hast in weakness trod.
Speak gently to the erring!.
.For it is not enough
That innocence and peace are gone,
Without the censure rough?'
it sure must be a weary lot
That sin crushed heart to bear,
And they who share a happier fate,
Their ehidings well may spare.
Speak kindly to the erring !
Thou yet mayst ledid them back.
With holy words, and tones of love.
From misery's thorny track.
Forget not thou hast often sinned,'
And si'nful yet must be.
.Deal gently with the erring ono
As God hath dealt with thee!
Eril Companions.-Parents cannot be
too careful in selecting, society for their
children; and young men cannot he too
choice in their associates. The adage has
lost nothing by age, which says, "A man.
is known by the company he keeps." To
. young men, especially. it is of infini~e im.
portance- that they be furnished with com-ni
panions possessing generous hearts, andi
honorable, virtuous sentiments. Snys the
distinguished kobe'rt H all, in his "Works"
recently published by Harper and Broth.
"Society is the atmosphere of souls; and
w~e necessarily imbibe from it something
whichi is either infectious or saluhrinus.
The specty of virtuous persons is enjoyed
beyond their company, while vice carries
a sting into solitude. The society or the
company you keep, is both the indicatiotn
of your character and the former of iti In
company when the pores of the mindare
opened,:there requires more guard than
tuan al, because the mind is thben passive.
Either vicious company w ill please you,
or if it will not, if it does not the end of
. going will be defeated "-In such society,
"you. will feel your reverence for the die
-tates of conscience wear off, anid that
name, at which angel. bow and devils I
tremble, you will hear coutemned and
abused. -The Bible will supply materialsa
for. unmeaning jests orimpious buffoonery
the consequence of this will be a practical
deviation from virtue, the principles will
become sapped, and the fences ofecon
science broken down, and when debauch.
ery has corrupted the character, a total in
version will take place; they woill glory in
A drunken servant was adiised to put
by his money for a rainy day. in a few -*i
weeks his master asked him how much
he had ~added to his store. "Faith noth-e
ing at all," replied he, " I did as you hid
me; it'rained -very hard yesterday, and it I
all went." The fellow had spreed it all
The -greatest tyranny that ever enters
into human infagination is that of a father
compelling his daughter to marry a man
Ae nnnt endnrea
"Prove.all things, and hold fast to that
which is good."-Paul.
T HESE Pills are no longer among those
or doubtful utility. They have passed
away from the tljousands daily launched on
the -tide of experimeut," and now stand higher;'
in reputation, and ar becoming more exten- c
sively need than any other medicine ever pre
pared. They have been introduced into every.
place where it has been found possible to carry
them, and there are few towns, or villiges.
but contain some remarkable evidences of. a
their good effects. But it is not necessary to
advertise them at large, or to say any tiing
further of them. than to J-caution those wish-,
ing to purchase Antibillious Family Medicine,
to be particular to enquire for SPENCER'S f
VEGETABLE PILLS. as there are nurner
cos preparations put on sale almost every day, 8
of doubtful efficacy. To satisfy the teorLd ofr
the inestimable worth of this Medicine, I
wonid simply observe that, it has been long a
used by some of the leading lights of the pro- I
fession in their extensive practice, and is now
prepared with great care, and upon scientific
and chemical principles, for general use, by I
thepresent proprietor ONLY. The 111 ation
of Qpack re cannot be a to this
Medicine, since it is the preparation of regdar
practising Physicians,who have made the healing
art dir profession, and whose pharmacentae
preparations wll cer be held in the highest esti- C
M'Read the following certificate from Mr.
0. C Kelsey. a popular merchant of Tomp
kin's Bluff, Ala.. and thousands of a similar
character might be given if necessary to prove
the efficacy, popularity and usefulness of this
Tompkin's Bluf, Ala., Jan 4,1843.
Dr. A. Spencer-Deur 8ir: I wish you to
forwned me a large supply of your pills; I don't
think 300 hoxes too large a quantity to send
Isold 160 boxes the last six months; they nre
they most popular pill in this place. For bill.
ions complaints, sick-headache. dyspepsia. cos.
tiveness and such like diseases, they ate con
sidered almost an infallible remedy. I have
been agent for Dr. Peter's Pills, and formerly
soldla large amount yearly; hut I now sell three
dozen or your pills to one of his. My custom:
era think them superior to Peter's or any other
Respectfully yours, . C. KFLSEY.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with full direc <
-yA fresh supply, just received and for sale.
in Edgefleld, by J. D. TIBBETT'S, and on
enquiry may be found generally in -all the
cities, villages, and at the porincipal.Country
Stores throughout the State.
Oct. 30. 6in 41
Remedy for coughs,
R. HULL'S COUGH LOZENG ERS are
most rapidly superceding all other prepa- 1
rations for the reief of Conghs. Colds, Asithna,
Whooping-cough, Catarrh, Tightness of the
chest, Bronchitis, and similar pulmonary afl'ec
Thousands, we may say thousands who have
suffered for years from the above diseases are
now in the possession of sound health, which
may be attributed entirely to the fortunate use
of one 25 cents box of this invaluable medi
cine. They are as pleasant to the taste as
candy-convenient to carry in the pocket, and
warranted to be ths most effectual Cough med
icine in use.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with direc
Hull's Worm Lozenges.
woais !wR WORM as !!!
It is estimated that, 100.000 children die an
niually front the ed'ects of worm's ailone !! This
vast mortality could be almost enitirely pre
vented by the tuse of Dr llull's 410KM LozE'-I
GEs, Every family where there are children,
should not fail to keep this important medicine
in the house, and admninistered whein theirv
symptoms indicate the presence of these dan
gerouts and destructive reptiles.
11 The'following extract from the "Spar
tan Gazctte." speaks the sentiments of'ail who
ave ever usedl this valuable WOax DrsTitof
SFrom onr own knowcledge, we take great plea
sre in recommending HuU's Wiorm Lozenges as
he best l5'orm Medicine extant. llJChildren
ilt cry for thcm, and eat them as they tootdd
It A fresh supply, jusir received and for ir
ale, by J. D. TIBBET'r"S. fi
Only 25 Cents per box, with directions I
Oct.'3A 6m -41. tI
HIESE PILLS wherever they have been
.fairy tried have established an enviable -
~elebriy,pmd are daily superseding all other
reparations in curing the diseasts for wvhich
hey are prepared.4
The following certificate is from Judge For
~s, a gentleman of the first respectability in to
ef'erson co., Alabama.
Jonesboro', Ala., 4th Veb. 1844. il
I certify that in the summer of 1842 1 had am
evere attack of fever and ague, and was for c
ome time under the treatment of a physician,
ut ireceived no benefit from his prescriptiotns
-my disease contininig to increase in the
requency and severity ofits-attacks. I at last
ad recourse to Dr. Hull's Fever and Ague andi
anti Fever Pills, and in using half a box .vasi
ntirely cured, and have remamned in good ha
ealth ever since. I afterwards had in my n(
mily several cases of fever and ague, antd ro
ave in every instance made use of Hull's
~ills, which hayse always immediately effected
cure. J. F. FoREsT."
Price, 31 per box, with directions. -
11T A fresh supply, just received and for
le, by J. D. TIBBETT'S.
Oct.30 6m * 41
DR. J.G. WILLIA MS respectfully informs B
his friends and the public at large, that M
e hias removed hi. Office to Mr. B. J. Ryan's
w Tavern, (next door to Mlr. John Lyon's
alor Shops:.) where he can be found at all
mes, untless professionally engaged.
He takes this opportunity to retain his sin
re thanks toell those who have favored him
rith their patronage, and he hopes by a strict
tentoh to business, to entitle - him to meet
~eir suppport and countenance.E
Dec.4 .tf 45 Of
(Q We are authorizeti to announce -
eav R~ . WII.SOt, .ag a candidate for the
flce of Tait Collects'r~,'at the next election. Ci
Pob.I ' . A -
Charleston. tFeb. 22. 1845,
W H EREAS information has been recei
ved at this Department,that a most alro
jous Murder was committed in the District of
larlboror, on the 2nd instant, on the body of
ames English. of said District, by one ALEX
NDER BROWN. of the cosnty of Rich
iond, North Carolina, and that the said Alex
ntler Brown was aided and abetted in the per
etration of the said crime by his brother,
WRDOCH BROWN. and a negr'o fellow
amed GEORGE. belonging to- their father,
Ingh Brown, and that the said offenders have
ed from justice; Now. therefore, in order that
he said Alexander Brown, Murdoch Brown,
nd the said negro George, may be brought to
legal trial, I, W ILLIAM AIKEN, Governor
f the State of South Carolina, do hereby offer
reward of Two Hundred Dollars, for the ap
rehension and delivery of the said Alexander
Irown at any one of the Jails in this State; and
rewird One Hundred Dollars, each, for the
ike apprehension and delivery of the said Mur
loch Brown, and of 'he- said negro slave
;eorge. The said Alexander Brown is about
ive feet six inches in height, slender built, light
air, a little freckled, about 20 years of agA,
.d weighs about 120 pounds. The said Mur.
loch Brown is about six feet in height, sle der
iuilt. daik hair,irather pale, and has a scar in
he face, weighs about 175 pounds.
siven tinder my hand and seat of the State at
Charleston, the twenty second day of Feb.
ruary, in the year of our Lord one thonsand
eight hundred and rorty five, and ili the sixty
ninth year of American Independence.
By the Governor.
R. Q. PiNecERaY, Secretary of State.
March 5 3t 6
)R, BRANDRETH'S PILLS.
TRUTH "MI TO N~ATURE!
[3AV - you pain I iBe tnantul. it is a
- vigorous effort. of Nature. to throw off
norbific matter. From what may the morbitic
natter arise? From a bruise, or unwholesome
ir which has become mixed with the blood,
tot incorporated in it, but which is liable to
aint the whole mass if not apeedily removed
Jr the pain may arise front bile which has be.
:ome bad, rancid, putrid, in consequence of the
vant of power in the - proper organs to, dis
:arge it., This pain whidh so frightes people
s only the symptoms of the efforts of Anature,
for the vital principle of the blood-) to expelthe
meant of impure matter, which would other
vi-e destroy the hunaan fabric. All diseases
ire of the solids or luids, or both. When we
ave pain in our head, or in our foot, in our
broat, or in our back or bowels, let us but he
atisfied that i; is produced by the efforts of our
oud to throw off moorbific matter, and it'this
e so, it we can but believe and understand
his, our cure will be easy and generally sure.
or our course will then be to help Nature to
hrow oll'the morbid matter, not to Like away
he blood. For the blood, every drop wee have is
equtred to insure ultimate health to the body.
Ve must not lose a drop: neither must we
se anty medicine internally which arinot per.
eetly harmless, if applied externally to the
ody. So we nust not nse any of' the prepa
ots of mercury, neither must toe use any Vei
table medici nce of corrosire power.
In order to discrimmae between Truth,
hich is eternal, and cotcjecture, which is like
tranient vision, we must be guided by the
ght of erperience. To %%hat does experience
irect ? To the free use of D It. 1 R% N I)
LETH'S PILLS in all cases of bodily sufier
ag. As this advice is followed, so'tril the
elth of the body bce. T'he writer teas long
sd themc and has necver fotund thcemn 'fail ofl
nparting relief. Int all cecute dis,-ases; lmet
frandcrethi's Pills acid mild diet be used, acid the
atent will scion be restored to good heatm.
i chroniic comnpaicnts let the Pills lie uesed as
fiecn as conivenientt, by which mieatis t he vital.
y of the blood will be improved,nntcd lice crisis
ill be generally bronti about ; cte disease
eicg chaniged to acute, a few Icarge doses of
'ills and a few dany. coininent to te hanste,
ill chiange the chroncally disecasedl inedividluat
> a soucnd man. This is nao figure of~ the icn.
Bination: it can be proved by a thousand
matterof-fact-mien who have experienced it
~emember, in all ecases of disease, n" matter
liether it be a cold or a cough, wvhetherait be
thma or consumiption: whether it be rhctu
etisnm or plenrisy ; whether it lie typos or fever
ad agule, or billious fever ; cramp or whoop
ig cotigh or measles; whether et be scarlet
ver or small pox: that the Pills knowna as
racdrech's Pills will seerely do czmre than all
ce medicines oaf the Drug Stores for your rues
ration to helthli and wheat is more will scurely.
>you no harm.
ht7Thie Pills are sold cat Dr. Jlrandeth's QJ- r
:.e, :441 Brocadl way, N. Yocrk Also, by Ilanccdr
Butl/er, Edgefid C. HI.; S. D. Clarke A .
amburg; J. S. A D. C. Scnyley. Sleetinig
reet ; IV. Ml.C?oleman, New Market; IWhiilock,
dlivanc A Walter, Greenwood ; L-. D Mein-.
March 12, - t 7 -
jLL Persons indebted to the Subscriber,
either by Note or'open acecunt, are res
ctfully and earnestly requested tea pay nyi, as
is compelled to have money to satisfy thoese i
whom he is indebted. He doces neot wisce toc
n any otne to extra cost, but if those who are
debted to him fail to make immediate settle- b
cas, he will be under the discigreeable ne
asity of emplocying a lawofuL collector. a
C. H. GOODMAN.
January 1 tf _49 t
8S hereby given, th~ct tnrae months after date, t
the road leadhing from E. Settle's to Cheat- t
m's Bridge, on TurkeyL rek(hrebeing
objection,) will be discontinued as a public c
By order of the Board :
THO8. J. HIBBLER,8Secretary
of Board of Comimissionerns.
Feb 14 ' 3un 3
9ILL be Let co the lowest bidder: at Lib
~Verty Hill, on the 17th March next, the
sting of the Roads, with Rock or Cast Posts. 3
sothePointing of the Roads of the Upper
ittalion, Ninth Regiment, South Carolina
The terms made known on the day of letting
By order of the Board: h
THOS. J. HIBLER, Secretary ii
, of Board of Commcssioners. a
Feb14 5t 3 ti
(?'The friends of EDMIUND MoRRIeS, I|
q., announce him as a cantdidate for the
ie of Tax Collector at the nexcelectien.
(lTThe friends of Maj. S. C. SCOT T,
nounce him as a candidate for Tax '3
ilector, at the ensuing election. c
SIBLEY & CRAPON,
Wholesale & Retail Grocers
CORNER CENTRE. AND MARKET STREET.,
AVE just receivcd, and will continue to
receive fresh supplies of the following
Articles. which they offer to thefr. friends and
the trade, at the lowest market prices:
20 hhds. choice Str Cmix Sugars
30 do. Porto Rico do.
10 do. Aiuscuvado do.
3 do. Clairfield do.
10 bbls. Crushed do.
5 do. Pulverized do.
5 boxes double refined Leaf Sugar.
60 bags Old Government Java Coffee.
10 do. Autgustura do.
300 choice Rico do.
Bales Mocho do
20 casks prime Cheese.
200 pieces Heavy Dundee. 44 to 45 inch.
100 do. Tow, 45 inch ' -
150 do Gergia & Carolina. 44 to 45 in.
50 do Kentucky, (heavy) 44 to 45 in.
24 bales Gunny,2j per yard, 45 to 47 in
3000 pair thick Brogans, choice
1000 do. Kip do. do
1000 do Women and Boy's Shoes.
3000 lbs Sole Lea-her.
150 coils Manilla Rope
50 do. Kentucky Rope
50 do. Jute do.
10 bhds. Trinidad
25 bbs. New Orleans.
1000,00 lbs. Iron of vat ions a sizes. viz:
j and j by 1, 221 and 24 by j to j
24 to 4 by a to ., 4j too by j to t
5000 lbs- Band from
I If If 2243g
1000 lbs Hoop Iron, front 1 to 14 inch
10 bundles Nail Rods
5 do German Stell, assorted sizes,
5 dozen Rocking Chairs, and wood
2 bales 9.4 Blankets
2, do. 10 4 do. weighing 7 lbs the
2 Jo. Grey do. 10-4,
A good assortment of Bed Blankets
10 to 12-4.
2000 yds. Washington leansheavy,
2000 do. Coventry Plains.
1200 Sacks Salt, (Charleston Sacks)
5 do Table Salt
Boxes Table Salt.
125 Kegs Nails, assorted Sizes
25 do Firtishing Nails
20 do Brads.
200 Bags, assdtted Sizes
10,000 Prime Conitry Sides.
30 Kegs Dupont's FF1F G
20 do Blasting
L2 do Ear le. -
10 M. Large Spanish (W. 4. Hf.
4 M. Spanish (L Valedos)
10 M, do (It. P. Ml.)
6 l. Light Spanmsh (L Valedos)
5 11.1,ipetial itegalias (Venus.)
50 Boxes Teas. Consisting of gunipow
der, hlyson and Imperial .
6 Cases Catteess, Uunpowde., Imperial &
2 chests 3lack Tea.
-A L M O
Ginger, Pepper. Spnce, Cin
namoin, iutmegs,8altpetre, Blue
Cotitn and ,Wool Cards, Brass' Bounid
Keelers Willuw Wugonis and Cradles
Washboards, Cocoa Dippers, Clothes Pins,
Biroomts. Wooden Bouwis, Wasth Stands, Bel
lows. Rakes, I doz. Scythe, Handles, Cof
fee hlills,Saap, Wagon liuxes, dad dle: Irons,
WVinglow Glass, 8tarch. Pistols, Canal
Flour Cuntry flour, 'Tubiacco. W ool
-Cu ps, Ut inmdstones. O~snaburgs, Wh ite
Lead,'unadder, permt L-andles,
Tallow Cnandles, Twinie, Cast
- in lgs. 1-'ith Chaiuts, &c., &c.
WVANTElD-i.000i ibs. l9l.E8 WAX, for
whtich the highest cashi price will be paid
Edgefield Advertiser will copy.-Hlamburg
Nov. 13, 1844 tf 42
LL persons indlebtied to the Estate of Eliz
abeih Garrett, dec'd., anid al~o Jtohn C.
zr~rrett, dec'dl., are regneste'd io come forward
rnd make paymient. And all those having do
ruaanis against either of said Estate.s, are re
nested to hand them in legally artest,.d.
TIlOjItASh GAlttCTT, Ex'r.
Ehanuary S 3um 50
D iI LACOUN'S ELlXlRtis a speedy,
certain, and lasting cnre for the most
hinful and dlistressing disease that can affect
te bunman framie. In almost all cases of
'onth ache it arises from a' decayed state of
e parts. which exposes to the action of the
rtmospheric air, the iterve. or iinternal surface
f the cop~ionis or rotten tooth, and a cure must
e effected, ei'ther by extraction or by renider
those parts imperions to the aetion of the
Dr. Lacount's Ehxir is particularly adapted
destroy the nerve, without the slightest in
iry to the other teeth, and thereby effect a
ermatnent cnre. Its application is niot at
muded by the slightest pain, or iinconvenientce.
(IThosands have declared that they w.ould
ot be without this preparation if it cost $10
Price, 50 Centsr.
For sale in Edgefield, by
J. D. TIBBETT'S.
Oet. 30 6mn 40
State of South Carolina.
Dhn B. Rountree, Decliration in Foreign
eorge Kepleart. Attachmenit.
HE Plaintiff having this day filed his De
claration in miy office and the Defendant
aving no wife 'or Attorney knion n to be with
the State, on whom a copy of the samte, with
rule to plead can be served: it iis Ordered,
tat the Defendant plead te the said Declara
on within a yearand a dlay, or final anid abso
ite judgment will be given agoainst him.
.THOMAS C. BACOJy, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, No~v. 11th, 1844.
Nov. 13 ly 42
We are authorized to announce Gaoz
.S5CPmaR as a candidate for the office
f Tax Collector, at the next election,
Dee, 2. rf 48
Fall and Winter Goods.
WM. KETCHAM & CO.,
HAMBURG . C.
LRE- now receiving their FArLr AND Witt
TER stock of .
FANUY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.
NEGRo CLOTHS, B.ANRTS, BOLTING CLOTHs.
CARPETING, SoNNE, and a
all the fine and fashiohable articles for Ladies
and Gentlemen's wear.
We have completed such arrangements as t
will pmt u., in the receipt ofunet Goods weeldy,
during the .biness seasa, so that all the new
styles of fashionable goods can be foinnd at our F
Stmr. as good as the best, and cheap as the cheap
est. as tast as they shll~ppear in the New York
market. 'O O
THE MERCHANT TAILOR SHOP, I
will still be-conducted - '
By Mr G. It' DICKINSON.
A floe assortment of Cloths. Casimeres, Ves.
tinge and Tailor's Trimmings constantly. on
WM. KETCHAM & ad.
September 11, tf 33
HAMBURG, S. C.
HE Subscribers'have connected them
selves in the WARE-HOUSE AND 0
COMM[ON BUSINESS, at the old stand of
G. WALKER, utnder the firm of -
WALKER & PEARSON.
They would beg leave to offer their services
to their friends and the public generally, in the
trajsactionl of a CoMMIssioN BusNis, in all
its braiches. They are prepared to attend to
the Sale. Storage and Shippug of Cotton. Ba
con. Flour, and other Produce. 'Ieceivig and
Forwarding Goods. purchasing to order, Irc. rc.
They feel aesnred from the favorable location
of their A are-House, welt known to the pub
lic as the WATER PROOF WARE HOUSE,
and f'r.itq many advantages in point of location',
and from the long. experience of Mr. Walker in
the Cotton busitnness. who will devote his per
sonal attentioi to the sales of Cottoin: and
from their detehatatntion to devote their undt.
vided attention to the businesse. they will be
able to give general satisfaction.
.Their charges will be forsellingcotton 25cents
per bale;.for shipping do.12 cens;for'elling all
other prniduce2l per cent ; 25 cents pet pack.
age for receiving and forwarding Merchandise.
No commission will be charged air customers
for the purchasing of good s. Having a fine
Wharf attached to our Ware House., n1o
Wharfage will hecharged on Cottoa .onsigned
to our care, either for sale or to lie shipped to
Savannah of Charleston. Liberal adyices on
produce consigned to tas. will be made when
We pledge onrselves not to speculate in or
pnrclhase one bale of Cotton, but devote an un.
divided attention to the interest ofour customers
which we hope will insure us a liberal patron.
age. Yours. Respecthilly,
WALKER & PEARSON.
1. L. PEA RSON.
I avail myself of the present occasion to re
turn my thanks to my friends anl patrons for
their liberal saupport during the past four years;
aid I assure them I properly appreciate their
kiiadness and confidence.; and in return will
Use my best personal efforts to protect their
intetest when confided to Walker & Pearson,
for whom I wouald solicit your confidence and
September-4. 11 32
Brought to the Jail
O F shis District, a short time since, a
Negro Boy who says his name is
ADAM. and aait he belongs to Judge J.
I. O'Nenl. of New berry, South Carolina.
Hr is about five feet six and a half inches
high, tof light complexion; hetween 15 aid
18 years of age. Said hew ha twit scars
-un his face, one on the left side of his moanth
aund the oaher over his left eye.
The . wner is reqnesteid to come for w ard.
prove roperty, pay charges andu take hit,
away, otherwise he will be dealt with as
the law directe. a
C. H. GOODMAN. Jailor.
March 19 8 af I'
Drought to the Jail
OF this District, a short lttme since, aa
dlark mnulatta boy who says his nam,
is tIiLL. ad that he belotngs to Mr. Johnti
Htara, s. of Laxington District, douth Cnaro
linn. He is 8autt five feet four inchtes -
high, hetween I8 anal -20 years of age.
Snid boy has two of~ his tipper frotnt teeth
olut, a small scar on his nose and also oue
over his right eye. [
The ow nte ris requiested to come for ward.
prove poverty. pay charges aand take hiam
away. otherwvise he will be dealt with as
the law datrects.
C. H. GOOD.MIAN,Jailor.
Mlarch 19 .S if p
Statte of' South Carolina. -
EDGEFIELD DI.STUL T' h
Dye & Daaug hty, )Deciarat ion-t
vs. t int.t
Eatoch Byne, Elijah Byne, (Foreign ri
nad Haarmnna Hnst. J Anachkment- ti
1 H E Plaintaffs ini the above cases having si
this day fir-ed their Declaratious in aty ft
otlice, and the Del'endants having naeithaer wives
nor attorneys knowta 'to reside within the a
lhaaits of the State, ona whom a copy of the a
sante. with a rule to plead can be served: 0a is
therefuore ordered, that they appear and ye..I
to the same within a year and a day from the -
dlate :tereof, or final ansI absolute jaudgmenat will
be awarded against them. -
T H0S. G. BACON. c. c. P.
Cleak's Office, March 17 1y 8
State of South Carolina.
Seabearn A. Jones. )Dcl.arat ion
vs. in Foreign u
Enoch Byne. thsAttachment.
Tclaratiotn in my othee, and the defenadant
havinag no wife or attorney, known to be withian
he State. on whom; a copy of the samos, with at
rule to p lead, can be served: It is ordered, that
he defendant palead to the satid declaration, a
withini a year and a day, or final and absolute
udgemient will be given against him.
T HOS. G. BA CON, c. c. P'.
Cleak's Office. 17th March, 1845 ;ly 8
.g The friend ofs Lieuw. JAbtEs B.
H ARRIs, announce him as a candidate for
the oilice of tax Collector at the next elec
(QM'rhe frienJs uaf SAiuxsore B. MATs. tI
nnounce him as a candidate for uhe Office I
f Tax Collector at the next election. 'I
Oct. 30 tf 40
(O1h-We are authorized aoa nnounce M1.. ~
GRAHAMt, Esq., as a candidate for Ordi
ary of Edgefield Distict, at the next.
Feh7 tf 2 -
Bel 6c t. - 3 ch O 6L
E&B 3A.& @VDe
11ams opened a SCHOOL in the Village of'
Edgefield, one door east of the Episco
al Church. for the purpose of teaching tho
everal branches of English Education, and
iso the French Language to such as may de.
The Scholastic year will be divided into two
essiobs of 5 nonths. or 22 weeks each, and
is terms of tuition as follows: - : -
'or the Elementary branches. .$ 6.00
'or th; above, with English Gram
mar, Geography, Arithmniuic and , -
Composition,. . 10 00
'or the above, with Botany. Philo
sophy, Astonomy and Chemistry, 12 00
or the French Language and extra
charge of - 500 5
Music tae'ght by Mr. E. B. BacoS, at the
sual prices. with the use of the Piano.
Good board and washing can be obtained for
ix or eight young ladie%. at $10 per month.
Edgefield C.'H.. Jal. 3f I . 2m
State of South Caroliini.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
3enj. F. Landrun,-bearer,. Decat ion
's . . in .
Richard Allen. - Juachmeit.
HE Plaintiff in the a ove @tated case
i having this day filed his Declaration in' hy
)fMice and .the Defendant having no --wife or
ttorney known to reside within the limits of
he State. on whom a copY of the same with a
ule to plead can be served. It is therefote Or
lered, that he appeals and plead to te same,
within one year.and.a-day from the date bereof,
> final and absolute judgment will be allrsed
THOMAS G. BACON, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office 21st Nov. 1844
Nov..27- 44 - ly
St te of South CarolinaI
Henry H. Hill and .
John Bates et al. .s. Cress Eill
lonathah M. Hill et al.
IT appearing tomy-satisifaction thattonathan -
M. Hill and Matilda Daniel, defendants in
his cae, are and reside without the hinits or
rhis State; on motion iby Mr. Wardlaw,. Solici.
or for Plaintiffs, Orderedthat said ahsent de
Fendants do appear ,n this Honorable Court,
and answer, plead or demur to the Billnf Plait.
:iffi, within three m'onths frem the ioblicatiop j
if this Order. or the said Bill- be taken pro.con
S. S TOMUPKINS, C. EE.D.
Feh 6, 1845. 2 3m
State of South (arolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Robert R. Hunter, Dedaration in
- VP. * H 1ny. Attachment.
P. H. Rooncy
HE Plaintiff in the above stated case,,
h laving this day filed their Declaratinaisitr
ny Office. and the Defendant having, no wife
:r Attorney known to reside wisnin the limits
f the State on whom a copy of tire same-with
rule to plead can he served; "It is therefore
)rdered' That the Defendant appear and plead
D the same within a year and a day from the
late hereof or final anti absolute judgment will
e awarded asainst him. -
TROMAS G BACON, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, 22d Nov. 1844. .
Nov.27 44 ly
State of 'outh Carolina..
EDGEFIELD DTRICT. . .
Guardian of - Dedarationin
Francis W. Ferth. vs. Foreign
Enoch Byne. Elijah Attachment.
Byne. Harmon -
Andrew Carson, vs. Declaradion in For
the same. igna Attachmentt..
H E P'laintifta in the ahoyv,- stated cases,
.hevitng this day filed thteil Declarations itn
iv Office, aend the Defendants having neither
a wife or Attorineys knmowna to reside within the
ntits of the State on whom a cogy of the same -
'ith a rule to preeadr cntr be served, " It is
ecrefore. Ordered" that the Defendant appear
tud plead to thme same within a year and a day
oam the day herenf.or final and absplute jnd:
enit will lbe awarded against them.
-THO.MASG0.BACON o. c. c.
Clerk's Office. March 1'ith, 1845 ly 2
staite of South Car'olina.
IN THE COMIMON PLEAS.
erry Rodgers. vs. Enoch Bynce Dec'n in
and For. At.
-Elijah Byne. tachmenat.
Cress & Trdrpin, )Declaration in
vs. . Foreign At
the same. . tachmient.
U HE1 Pleantifi's- having this day filed
I heir declarations in the above stated
seas in amy oficee, and the defendants
ving nleitnter wives or attorneys known.
he within the limits of this State, on
hom a copy of said declarations .with a
tde to plead can be'servedl: It is ordered,
ant jhe said defendants do plead to the
id declarations, within a yearand a day
am the publication of this or'der5 or final.
red absolute judgment will .be awarded
gainst them. -
THOS. G B WON, c. c. tP.
Clerk's Office. 17th March, 1845 .ly .8
State of SOuth Carohina,
iN TH E COMMON PL.EAS.
iancy M. Dillard, Executix. vs. )Deea in
Enioch Byne, Harmon Hust, For. At-.
and WVm. H. Bytne. )tachment..
H E Plaintiffii the above statedeases bay-.
ing this day filed her declaration in .my
Ilice, amnd the defeindants having neither wives
r attorneys known to be'withtin the limits of this
tate. on whom a copy of said declsratioa
ith a rule to p lead can be serverl: It is there
are ordered. that the said defendlnts do plead
a the said declarations, within a year and a
my rrom the publication of this order, or. finai
ad absolute judgment will be awarded agatist
.THOMAS G. BACON, a. c. P,
Clerk's Office, 17th March 1845 ly '8
I ain and Ornamental
'HE subscribers respectf~mlly informs th0
citizens of Edgefield District. thatthey
eve entered into Co parttnership' amid' tender
leiraservices to the pnblhic in- the RiJ(CKLAYi
ViG BUSINESS; In all it- vprisr beanchesi
hey are prepared to dlo PLA1N ANDGRa
AMENTA L PLAaTERING.:afler the mo'st
iproved patterns,-ROUGH. CASTING an
RANITEIZiNG, ir, the latest style- .Brick
'irk of every description done in a workian.
ec manner. All their work is warranted. -
WV. B. CHARLES.