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WEEP NOT FOR HER!
FROM SIOIR'S POEMS.
Weep, not for her! Her spun was like the sky,
Whose thousand stars shine beautiful and
Like flowers that know not what it is to die,
Like long link'd shadeless months of polar light,
Like music floating o'er a waveless lake,
W bile echo answers from the flowery brake,
Weep not for her !
Weep not for-her! 'She died in early youth,
E're hope had lost its ricl'romantic hues,
When human bosoms seem'd the homes of
And earth still gleam'd with beauty's radient
- Her summer prime waned not to days that
Her wine of life was not run to the lees,
Weep not for her !
Weep not for her.! - By fleet or slow decay,
It never grieved her bosom's care to mark
The playmates of her childhood wane away,
Her prospects wither, and her hopes grow
Translated by her God, with spirit-shriven,
She passed, as 'twere on smiles, from earth to
Heaven : -
Weep not for her !
Weep not for her ! It is not her's to feel,
The miseries that corrode amassing years,
'Gainst dreams of baffled bliss the heart to steel,
To wander sad down age's vail of tears,
As whirl the wither'd leaves from Friendship's
And on earth's wintry world alone to be ;
Weep not for her !
Weep not for her ! She is an angel now,
And treads the sapphire floors of Paradise
All darkness wiped from her refulgent brow,
Sin, sorrow. suffering banish'd from her eyes,
Victorious over death to her appears,
The visita'd joys of heaven's eternal years:
Weep not for her !
Weep not for her! Her memory is the shrine
Of pleasant thoughts soft as the scent of flow.
Calm as on windless eve the sun's decline,
Sweet as the song of birds among the bowers,
Rich as the rainbow with its hues of light.
Pure as the moonshine of an autumn night;.
Weep not for her !
Weep not for her ! There is no cause of wo,
But 'ather nerve the spirit that it walk
Unshrinking o'er the throng path below,
And from earth's: low defilements. keep thee
So when a few fleet severine years hive flown,
She'll meet thee at Heaven's gate-anad lead
thee on :
* Weep not for her !
-Columbia. ( S C..) A pril 5th, 1845.
* From the Boston Evenaing Transcript.
LINES-ON A SLEEPING WIFE.
BY JULIAN cRAMER.
Delicious task-to sit and watch,
The breathing of a sleeping wife,
And mark'the features of that state
Dividing Death froam Life !
How sweet her slumnber ! On her lids
The angel peace bath set its seal,
And to her gouch the Guardl forbids
An envious Care to steal.
Howv heautiful! She would compel
The tribute of a stoic's kiss ;
Angelic pnrity might dwell
In such a shrine as this.
And here it dwells-unstained and bright
Through half conceived by modest fear ;
Yes. were this soul disrobed to-night
I'd see an Angel here'
How sweet her slumber ! None but those
Whom Heaven hath numbered fior its bliss
*Have promise of suich calm repose
Such perfect rest as this.
Unconscious of the woes and cares
That weigh us down in waking hours,
A Aburden now of fower.
She dreams! her radiant features speak
Of themes that waken deep delight,
For smiles adorn her lip and cheek
Smiles beautiful and bright.
Oh could I lift the jealous veil
That doth those joyous thoughts conceal,
Would presently reveal. e
:And hark! her parting lips disclose
- Some cherished secret long repressed ;
Mark how her cheek with blushes glows
How heaves her swelling breast !
She breathes a. name amid her dream
The soul of love is in the tone
Her cheeks with deoper blusrhes teem
That name-it is my own!*
,Toy ! joy ! my bliss is perfect now
The boon I crave is mine-is mine
Upon my betnded knee know
And thank thee. God Divine!
By night or day, awake, asleep,
Tire tokens of her love I see
I know that love is pure arnd deep,
And central all in me.
A Conjugal Complimet.-'W hat's t he
rmatter,-my dear?' saidt a kind wife to her
husband, who had sat for half an hour with
his face buried in his i ands, and apparent
ly in great tribulation.
'Oh, I don't know, i've felt like a fool
all day.' - * -
"Well," returned the wife, consolingly,
'I'm afraid you'll never feel any better;
Apenerable Woman.-We learn from
the West Chester Record, that there died
at Springton Forge, in West Marlborough
township. Chester county, on the 24tb ult.,
Mrs. Esther Tow.:sley, at the remarkable
age of 103 years and 11 months. She
was 'born in 1741-more than a century
ago. At the time of her eath, her daugh
ter's family, in which she resided, was
composed of the old lady, her daughter,
her grand daughter, her great grand
daughter, and her great great gtanddaugh
ter-a regular descent of five generations.
These were the only persons constituting
the household-five persons-each repre.
senting-a generation! The age. of her
daughter is 70 years, and of her great
greal grand daughter about 3 years. Mrs.
Townsley was born in Ireland.
A North Carolina Baby.-We have
just seen one of the greatest natural curi
osities of the day, viz: a child who will
not be eight years of age until July next,
and who weighs 177 Ibs! more than the
celebrated Daniel Lambert weighed at the
same age. He measured round the waist
45 inches; round the hips 47; the thighs
26; the knees .18 ; the neck 17&; and his
height is 4- feet 8t inches. There is a spe
cimen for you, of what North Carolina
can do in the way of children. In the de
velopment of his mind and in his manners,
he'has all the childish simplicity of ordi
nary lads,.of his age. and is pleased ex
actly with what usually delights children.
It looks odd to see such a lump of flesh,
chuckling over-a new toy, or a colored
marble, but a moment's examination will
satisfy any one, that he' is the mere child
he seems to'be. His name is Jasper
Jackson; he is a'nalive of Orange Co., and
is the son of poor but very respectable pa
rents. William Stringer, of this city, has
made an engagement with his father and
lefi here yesterday for the Northern cities,
with a view of exhibiting him to the pub
lie. He is a curiosity that will, vie with
Tom Thumb and Major-Chaffin, and will
be so pronounced by all who visit him.
Raleigh Register. -
Glass.--it is difficult to see to what per
fection the manufacture of glass may be
brought, and to what purposes the article
may yet be applied. The balance weight
chronometer is now made of glass, a sub
stitute for steel, and possesses a greater
degree of elasticity and a greater power
of resisting the alterations of heat and cold.
A chronometer with a glass balance spring
was sent to the North Sea, and -exposed
to a competition with nine other chronom
ters, and the result .of the experiment. was
a report in favor of the chronometer with
the glass spring. In a manufactory in
France, they are now making glass pipes
for the conveyance of wa!er, which cost
nearly 30 percent less than the pipes now
used, and will bear a far reater external
pressure. As far as health is concerned.
they will, in all probability, be preferred
to pipes manufactured of iron. .
From the Mobile Register.
LzvaoSToNS IMPRaovED COTTON CLEAN Eft.
Some months since our attention was
callee to a machine invented and con
structed by Mr. R. M. Livingston, of this
city, intended to facilitate the cleaning of
cotton. It appeared to be admirably cal
eulated to effect the object. and several en
erprising planters determined to make a
practical application.of the invention, and
test the value of it by actual experiment.
Thbe result has surpassed general expecta
ion and fully realized all the hopes of the
ingenius inventor. Ii dow takes rank
among the most vatutbte imnprovemeniasof
the day, and is des:ined to fitnd its way
into every gin house throughout the cotton
rowing region. We take mtneh pleasure
in calling the attention of planters to this
alnable invention. atnd commending the
roprietor to their notice antd patronage.
T'he machine is simple in its constrntctiont
and is affordled at a very low price, anid
will last we are told someten years.
A gentlemen of Randolph county had
:ight of his negroes enticed away from
im on Monday nitght last by some rascal
ly white man. In the morninc, when the
fact was discovered, pursuit was instantly
rnade and the negroes were found in the
swamp about half way betwveen Cutthbert
and Lumpkin. The whbite man made
imself scarce. On the return of thte ne
groes to within a short distance of their
home, one of them..a mulat to girl of about
I5 years of age, slipped one side into the
woo:ls, and had not been found usp to Wed:
Another ease of stealing took place itn
Upson a few days since. A young maan
who had been engaged in school teaching,
atnd who maintained a good character,
stole a horse and decamped, westwardl..
He was pursued and arrested, having in
his charge sa negro belonging to a ftlr.
Walker of Upson, wbo had been a runa
wcay for some time. The horse wvhich he
stole had been swapped for another. The
culprit was taken back to Thomaston, and
we suppise, comtmitted to answer for the
rdou'ble crime. The negro stated that the
man was to take him to Mississippi and
sell himn once-after which the niegro was
to meet him--divine the spoils, and pro
eed toea free State ! It will he well for
the owneors of slaves to keep an eye out
for the many rascals who are now prowil
ing about seeking whom they can plunder.
Case of Abteon!-A young girl of
13 years of age-the daughter of.a re
spectable gentleman of Troup county, was
a few days since anducted or stolen from
her parents by a man who was acting as
overseer for her father. for the last 15
months. The overseer had a wife and
several children on the plantation, and it is
said hans a wife anid family also in Macon.
He stole a pair of shoes from a store in the
neighborhood before-he statrted with the
yotug lady, and was pursued as far as
E atonton before they were arrested. The
guilty pair were brought back-the girl to
her Father's and the overseer to prison, to
await his trial for stealing the shoes, and
for the.,abducwion. &c. We heard the
names of the parties, hut not distinctly re
collecting the same, we forbear attempting
to name them.-Mhuscogee Democrat.
T.AW BT.ANKS FOnR SAL.
TRUTH A.&ITO NATUrE!
N AVE fou- pain I Be thankful. It is a
vigorous effort of Nature to throw off
morbific matter. From what may:themorbific
matter arise? From a bruise, or unwholesone
air which has become mixed with 'the blood,
not incorporated in it, but which isaliable to
taint the whole mass if not speedily'removed.
Or the pain may arise from bile which has be.
come bad, rancid, putrid, in consequence of the
want of power in the proper organs to dis
charge it.' This pain which so frightens people
is only the symptoms of the efforts, of Nature,
(for the vital principle of the blood,) to expelthe
pecanl of impure matter, which would other
wise destroy the human fabric.' All diseases
are of the solids or fluids, or both. When we
have pain in our head, or in our foot, in our
throat, or in our back or bowels,let us but be
satisfied that ii is produced by the efforts of our
blood to throw. off inorbific matter, and if'this
be so, if we can but believe and understand
this, our cure will be easy aud generally sure.
For our course will then be to help Nature to
throw off the morbid matter, not to take away
the blood. For the blood, every drop we have is
required to insure ultimate health to the body.
We must not lose a drop: neither must we
use any medicine internally which are not per
fectly harmless. if applied externally to the
body. So we must not use any of the prepara
tions of mercury, neither must we use any veg
etable medicine of corrosive power.
In order to discriminate between Truth,
which is eternal, and conjecture, which is like
a transient vision, we must be guided by the
light of experience. To'what does experience
direct? To the free use of DR. BRAND
RETH'S PILLS in all cases of bodily suffer
ing. As this advice is followed, so till the
health of the body be. The writer has long
used them and has-never found them- fail of
imparting relief. In all acute diseases, let
Brandreth's Pills and mild diet be usod, and the
patient will soon be restored to good health.
In chroniccomplaiits let the Pills be -used'as
often.as convenient, by which means the vital
ity of the blood will be improved, and thecrisis
will be generally brought about; the disease
being changed to acute, a few large doses of
Pills and a fow days continement to the house,
will change the chronically diseased individual
to a sound man. This is no figure of the im
agination: it can .be proved by a thousand
matter-of fact *men who have experienced it
Remember, In all cases of disease, no matter
whether it be a cold or a cough, whether it be
asthma or consumption: whether it be rheu
inatism or plenrisy ; whether it he typus or fever
and ague, or billions fever; cramp or whoop
ing cough or measles; whether it be scarlet
fever or small-pox: that the Pills known as
Brandreth's Pills will surely do more than all
the medicines of the Drug : Stores for your res
toration to health, and what is more will surely
do you no harm.
UJ"The Pills are sold at Dr. Brandreth's Of
/icc. d41 Broadway, N. York. Also, by Bland
r Butler, Edgefield C. H.; S. D. Clarke A Co.,
Hamburg; J. S. 4 D. C. Smyley, Meeting
Street; I. AT. Coleman, New Market; Whitloek,
Sullivan A WJaltcr, Greenwood ; L. D. Meiri
March 12. 5t 7
Remedy for Coughs,
D R. HULL'S COUGH LOZENGERS are
most rapidly superceding all other prepa
rations for the relief of Coughs. Colds, Asthma,
Whooping-cough, Catarrh, Tightness of the
chest, Bronchitis, andsimilar pulmonary affec
Thousands, we may say thousands who have
suITi.,rod for-vgarp from the above diseases are
now in the possession of onudmnetttr, 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
icinue in use.
Price, 25 Cents per' box, with direc
hull's Womn Lozenges.
woaus ! wots! ! wvoats !!
It is estimnated that. 100.000 children die an
itnally fronm t he effects of worm's alone !! This
vast sn'trtality could be almost entirely pire
vented hy the use of Dr Hull's Woasx LoZENs
GF.s, Every family where there uc children,
houild not fail to keep this important medicine
in the house, and administered when their
sympjtomns indicate the presence of these dan
gerous and dlestructive reptiles.
07 The following extract from the "Spar
an Gazette," speaks uho sentiments of all who
have ever iusedl this valuable Woaxu DxsToY
"Fromn onr owon knowcledge, we take great plea
ure in recommending Iull's Wform Loenes as
he best Worm Medicine extant. II'Chld ren
ill cry for them, and ea:,them as they soold
lE A fresh supply, jnsr received and for
sale. by J1. D. TIBBET T'S.
Only 25 Cents per box, with directions
Oct.30 6m 41.
TH ESE PILLS wherever they have been
'.U fairly tried have established an enviable
celebrity, and are dlaily superseding all other
preparations in cnring the diseases for whic~h
they are prepared.
The following certificate is from Judge For
est, a gentleman of the first respectability in
Jefferson co., Alabama.
Jonesboro', Ala., 4th Feb. 1844.
[ certify that in the summer of 1842 1 had a
severe attack of fever and ague, and was for
some time under the treatment of a physician,
but ireceived no benefit from his prescriptionsi
-mny disease continuing to increase in the
frequency and severity of its attacks. I at last
had recourset to Dr. I-ull's Feverand Ague and
Anti Fever Pills, and in using half a box 'vas
entirely cured, and have remained in good
health ever since. I aflerwardis had ini my
family several cases of fever and agile, and
have in every instance made use of Hull's
Pills, wvhich have always. immediately effected
a cure. J. F. FousasT."
Price, $1 per box, with directions.
11 A fresh supply,just received and for
sale, by J. D. TJBBETT'S.
Oct.30 6m 41
I S hereby given, that three months after date
the road leading from E. Settle's to Cheat
ham's Bridge, on Turkey Creek; (there heing
no0 objection;) will be discontinued as a public
By order of the Board :
THIOS. J. HIBBLER, Secretary -.
. of Board of Commissioners.
Feb 14 3m ~3
(Ej'We are authiorized to announce M.
Gaas. Esq., as a candidate for Ordi
nary of Edgefield District, at the next
14hb7 ff 2 .
"Prove all things, and hold fast to tha
which is good."-Paul.
T HESE Pills are no longer among those
of doubtful utility. They have passet
away from the thousands daily. launched or
the "tide of experiment," and now stand higher
in reputation, and are becoming more exten
sively used than any other medicine ever pre
pared. They have been introduced into ever}
place where it has been found possible to carry
them, and there are few towns, or villages
but contain some remarkable evidences of
their good effects. But it is not necessary tc
advertise them at large, or to say any thing
further of them, than to lr7caution those wish
ing to purchase Antibillious Family Medicine
to be particular to enquire for SPENCEit'E
VEGETABLE PILLS. as there are numer
nos preparations put on sale almost every day
of doubtful efficacy. To satisfy the world o
the inestimable worth of this Medicine, I
would sim ply observe that, it has been long
used by some of the leading lights of the pro
fessioi in their extensive practice, and is nov
prepared with great care,and upon scientific
and chemical principles, for general use, bj
thepresent proprietor ONLY. The smputatioi
of Quackery theefore cannot be affixed to thi
Medicine, since it is the preparation of regulal
practising Physicians, rtio have made the healing
art their profession, and whose pharmacenti
preparations will ever be held in the highest esti
lT7Read the following certificate from Mr
O. C Kelsey. a popular merchant of Tomp
kin's Bluff, Ala.. and thousands of a similai
character might be given if necessary to prove
the efficacy, popularity and u'sefulness of th:
Tompkin's Bluf, Ala., Jan. 4,1843.
Dr. A. Spencer-Dear Sir: I wish you t'
forwaed me a large supply of your pills; I don'
think 300 hoxes too large a quantity to send
I sold 160 boxes the last six months; they arc
they most popular pill in this place. For bill
ious complaints, sick-headache, dyspepsia, cos
tiveness and such like diseases, they are con
sidered almo'st an infallible remedy. I havi
been agent for Dr. Peter's Pills, and formerlj
sold'a large amount yearly; but I now sell three
dozen of your pills to one of his. My-custom
ers think them superior to Peter's or any othe1
Respectfully yours, 0. C. KELSEY.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with full direc
L17'A fresh supply, just received and for sale
in Edgefield, by J. D. TIBBET'1"S, and of
enquiry may be found generally in all th
cities, villages, and at the principal Countr
Stores throughout the State.
Oct. 30. 6m 41
j R. LACOUNT'S ELIXlR is a speedy
.J certain, and lasting cure for the mos
painful and distressing disease that can affec
the human frame. In almost all cases o
Tooth ache it arises from a decayed state u
the parts, which exposes to the action of thi
atmospheric air, the nerve. or internal surfac
of the copious or rotten tooth, and a cure mns
be effected, either by extraction or by rendet
ng those parts imperious to the action of the
Dr. Lacount's Elicir is particularly adapter
to destroy the nerve, without the slightest in
jury to the other teeth, and thereby effect i
permanent enre. Its application is not at
tended by the slightest pain, or inconvenience
I7'Thousands have declared that they vouli
not be without this preparation if it cost $11
Prico; 50 Cents.
For sale in Edgefield, by
.J. D. TIBBETT'S.
Oct.30 6m 40
ALL Persons are forwvarned from takin
Atimber from any tracts of lands helongini
to the subscriber. The law will be enforces
againist all trespsssers..
March 12 3t 7
P3 H E Subscriber takes plei
sure in returning his sit
eere thianks to his friends .ar
patroiis, for the very liber
patronage besto'wed on him during the p,
yeas. ile respectfully informs his friends an
the puliic in gen'.ral, thant the still continues I
camrry on the Saddle and Hlarnes
Making Blusiness/at his*old stand. ne:
door to Mr. S. F. Goode's. lie has on bar
a good assortment of
Saddies, Bridles and Martlingales,.Hai
ness, Travelling Trunks. 5jtc.
and all oilier articles usually kept at such a
establishment, which he offers on as reasonabl
terms as be can possibly ,to(rd them.
ILITARY EQU:PAGE MADE TO ORDkR, IN A
Citizens of South Carolina. call and see
you cannot suit yourselves as well at honie
abroad. Let us endeavor to keep in: mone
at homne, and we will have more to spend.
Feb19 tf - 4
' LOOK AT T HiS"!
MlrY Celebrated WEAVER JA CK wi
JV.stand the ensuing Season, at the fo
lowing places, viz: commencing at m
house near Edgefield Village, on Monda
the 16th and 17th inst.; at Cullen Rhodei
Esq., the 18th and 19th ; and at Lewi
Culbreath's on 20th and 21st ; and will bt
at the above named places every ninth do;
during the season. TEPazs : He will bi
let to Mares for Three Dollars the siogi
visit, Five Dollars the Season, and Eigh
Dollars to insure. The Season 'vill con
tinue till the 16th of Juno, followitng.
Persons putting Mares anad trading thet
off' during the season, will in all inst ance
be bold responsible for the payment of th
Season. All care and attention will b
paid to Mares, but I will not be accounta
ble for any accidents.
THOS. B. HARVEY.
March 5 4t 6
State of South Carolina,
EDGE FIELD DISTRICT.
1. H. MA YS, living one mile north <
31.Capt. T. J. Dyson's Mill. on W ilson
Creek, tolled before me a dark, bay 31 4R1
twelve years old, fourteen and a half hand
high. some white about each hind foot,and whit
spots on each side of her back, and in her faci
Appraised by Calleni Clark and James Owent
to be worth twelve dollara.
THOS. NIC'HOLS, Magistrate.
EDGEFIELD C. HI, S. C.
T HE Subscriber having' enlarged his -t
House, and removed his Bar Room
to one end of the same, is now prepared to ac
Boarders and Travellers:
- on as good terms as -any similar establishment
in this State. His Table will be furnished with
the best the District can afford, and 'his Bar
with the choicest Liquors and Wines. His
Stables are large and commodious, and sup.
plied with good and wholesome provender, and
f attentive hostlers.
He returns his sincere thanks to his friends
and the public, for the very liberal. patronage
which has been bestowed - on him, and trust,
that by a strict attention to business to merit a
continuance of the'same In consideration of
the hard times, he has reduced the, price of
Board to the following terms:
f Board per Month, if paid monthly, $10 00
Board and Lodging, per month, ' 11 00
Single meal, 37j cents each.
Horse per month, if paid monthly, '8-00
Single feed for Hobe, 25 cents. . . t
N. B. Jurors, (without horses,) attending
Court, 75 cents, per day. -
. B. J., RYAN
March 5, 1845.
-WILL be Let to the lowest bidder, at Lib
erty Hill, on the 17th March next, the
Posting of the Roads, with Rock or Cast Posts.
Also, the Pointing of the Roads of the Upper
Batnitlion, Ninth Regiment, South Carolina
The terms made known on the day of letting
By order of the Board:
THOS. J. HIBLER, Secretary
of Board of Commissioners.
Feb 14 5t 3
The Thorough Bred Horse
Bred by the late John Randolph, of Roanoke
ILL Stand a part of the ensuing Spring
at Capt Pm. B. May's, four miles
south of Edgefield Court House, on the Augus
ta toad. le will he let to Mares at the follow.
ing reduced prices, viz: $5 the single leap,
$10 the season, to be paid in the seasor,, and
$15 to insure a Mare with foal,. to be paid as
soon as the fact is ascertained, or the Mare tra
ded. In each case 50 cents to the Grocm
IMartlieu will be under the immediate care of
the subscriber, who will use all reasonable care
to nrevent accidents, but will not be'responsi
hble for any, should they occur. For further
particulars, see hand bills
-. " -ALSO,
Will stand at the same place a part of his-time
f the fine young Jack BLACK KNIGHT.
K Terms $3 the single visit, $5 the season, and
$8 to insure. Fifty cents to the groom iu every
Fb6 JOSEPH W. DOBSON.
Feb 26 9t .6
BOOTS AND OES!
T llE Subscriber Laving taken the stand for
) merly occupied by Mr. E. C. REMEa,
adjoining Messrs. Frazier & Addison's, re4
pectfuilly informs his fr ends and the citizensu
of Edgeftield District, that he has on hand an
excetllent nissortmient of
BOOTS AND 'SHOES,
of his own mannfacture.
Ladies' and Gentlemens' Northern Shoes and
SSlippcri, all of which he offers for sale on as
reasonable terms as- lie can possibly afford
them, for Ca ri, or oii a creilit of three months.
H e flatters hiimself, that with his long experi.
onoe in the Boot and Shoe biusiness, he will he
enabled to give general satisfaction to aull those
who may fuvor him with a call. All work
donie it his shirp will lie warranted.
N. Bi Gooud Dry Hides take'n in exchange
for Boots or Shoesi, at teii cents per ponnd.
- SAMUEL SINGLETON.
d March 12 if 7
't Staite of' South Carolina,
iN THE COMMO)N PLEA S.
~tNancy M. Dihlard, Exec'utix, vs. )Dee'n in
d Entoch Byne, Harmnon Hust, For. At.
and WVm. HI. Bynse. )tachment.
H iE Plaintiff' in the above stated cases hav
ing this day filed her declaration in my
floffice, and the defendants having neither wives
nor attorneys known to be within the limnits of this
State. on whom a copy of said declarations
with a rule to plead can be served : It is there.
fore ordered, that the said defendants do plead
to the said declarations, within a year and a
day from the piublication of this order. or final
~and absolute judgment will be awarded against
Y THOMAS G. BACON,-c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, 17th March .1845 ly 8
-State of South Carolina.
SP OLLED before me by A. T. Hodges.
-3 living near Runnel's Ford, on Turkley
Y Creek, a brown. bay Mare MULE, supposed
y to be twenty years old, blind of the left eye ;
1the skin on the right side, just behind the
a shoulder, has the ap pearance of having been
e bnrnt recently ; short switch tail, having the
appearance of having been tied in knots with
a twine; quite grey in the face. Apipraised at
e five dollars.
e WM. BRUNSON, Mlagistrate.
t Mlarch 5 Im4t 6
- State of' South ('arolina,
sIN THE COMMlON PLEAS.
a osiah J. Ryan, 3ecara ioni For
' Wim. F irzroy. eign Attachment.
Josiah J. Ryan, Declaration in
.Fitzroy & Mclnnis. mnent.
THE Plainitiff's having this day fihed
Ltheir declaration in my office, and the
Defendant hiaving no wife or Attorney
if known to be withia the State, on whom
's a. copy of the same. with a rule to plead
Scan be served : It is ordered. that the De
Sfendanits do plead to the said declarations,
e within a year and a day, or final and abso
*' lute judgenment will be given against him.
- GE O. POPE,. c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, MIay 6, 1844.
MaoS 8. 5 - 1v
State of Soutir Carolina.
IN THE COMMON P EAS.
lsey Mobley,'Lewis Mobley, Dcacatios
-Simeor. Jay, - ttackinef.
HE Plaintifs who by-' leav of the'
Court, were.allowed to.plend tlieirdemand
gainst the Defendant, have this day fled their
Declaration against the said Simeon-Jay;and
te having no wife or Attorney..known -to re
ide in 'bis State upon whom a rule to plead. J
with a copy of said Declaration,. could be
erved. " Ordered. that .the said ,Simon. do
plead to this Declaration ,within.1 yeir.ahp
tday, orfinaljudgmentwill be awarded against
THOMAS G. BACON,c.c:p: -
Clerk'b Office, 22d Nov. 1844. -
Nov. 27 44 1y
State of South Carolina:
ohsn B. Ro-ntree, Declaiaton in Foreign
George Keppear't. . Attachment..
EPlaintif having tbijda fled WaDe.
claration in my ofice.and the Defeudans
aving no wife or Attorney knedn to be with
n the State; on whom1 aeopy of theesaie,-with
trule to plead can be served: it is Ordered, .
lhat .the Defendant plead to the said Deelara
ion within a year and a day,-or fanal and abso'
ute judgment will le given against.him:
THOKAS& . BACON, e; c.pr.
Clerk's Offile, Nov. 11th, 1844. -
Nov.13 -y 42;
State of South Carolina,
Dye & Doughty, . - edaration.:
Enoch Byne, Elijah Byne, Fordgn
tand Harmon Hust. ; Ataci&erent-.
i HE Plaintiflh in the above :cais;having.
.this day filed their .Declaratious.innmy
iffice, and the Defendants having nlther wies
nor attorneys. known to reside .within the
limits of the.State, on whom a copy, i the
tame; with a role to plead can be served :'It is
herefore ordered, that they appear and plead
o the same within .a year: and a day from the
'ate .iereof, or final aid absolute judgment will
e awarded against them. . *... c3
TH0S. G. BACON;-c.. c. a'.
Cleik's Office, March 17.. . ly-, 8
State of South Carolina.
Seaborn A. Jones. Decdaration
- vs. sit Foresgai
Enoch Byne. .Jachdrst
Plaintif having this day 'fifed his de
claration in my office, and the defedant
having no wife. or attorney, known to be within
the State, on whom a copy of the same,'with a
rule to plead, can be served: It is ordereA. that
the -de endant plead to the.. Raid declaration,
within a year and 'a day .or final and absolute
judgement will be given against him.
THOS. G. BACON, c. C. r.
Clerk's Office. 17th March, 1845' ly *8
State of" South Carolina.
-.IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Benj. F. Landrum, bearer, ' Declaison
uVs.- 7. in:
Richard Allen. Aaachmenit.
PPHE Plaiutiffs in the above seated- ease
r having this day filed his Declaration in my
Office and the Defendant having no 'wife. or
attorney known to. reside 'within the limits of
the State. on whom a copy of the.same-nith a
rule to pleadcin be'served. ItisihereforeOr
dered, that he appenrs and plead' to'the satie,
within one year and a day from tie'date hereof,
or final and absolute judgment will be a'n arded
against him. -
TIHOKAS G. BACON, c. c. a.
Clerk's Office 21st Nov. 1844".
Nov.27 . 44 . y
State of' Soth Carolina.
J. WV, Stokes. )Dedaration in
P. H. IRooney. Auachment.
TU' LE Plaintiffs in the above stated 'cases,
.1having this day filed their dechirations
in' m.) office, and the defendants having no wife
or tattorney known to reside within the limits of
the State. on whom a copy of th~e same with a
rule to' plead cnn be served?- It is therefore,
ordered. that the defandant appear and plead
to the same within a year and a day from the I
day hereof, ot final and absolute judgment will
be~awarded against hinm.
T HOS G. BA CON, ,c. c.a'.
Clerk's Office, 22d Nov. 1844.
.Nov. 27 44 ly
.St te of South Carolina,
EDGEFI ELD DIST RICT,
.Henr H. Hill andi
John Bates et 'al. vs. "Cross Bill.
.JonathahM. Hill etal. $
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Jonathan
EM. Hill and Matilda. Daniel, defendants in
this case, are and reside' without the limits of
this State; on motion by Mr.Wardlaw, -Solici
tor for Plaintiffs, Ordered, that said absent de
fendants dn appear in this Honorabl,'Court,
and answver, p lead or deinur to the Bill of Plain
tfifs within three months frem the piublication
of this Order, or the said Bill be taken pro con
fesso against them.'
.S. S. TOPKEINS, C. E. E.12.
Feb 6,1845.5 2 ' 3Sa
8tate of South Carolhna.
I N T'HE*COMMON- PLWA4S.
Robert R.'Hunter, Declaration in
P. H. Rooncy. - ' -
TH E Plainmiff in the above - stated .case,
.1.having this day fiiedtheir Declaratiodte n
my Office, 'and tdie Defendant havirig no w.ife
or A ttorney' kniown to reside witnin:' he nits
of the State on whom acopy of the same witn
a rule to plead can be served; "It is thetrefore
Ordered" That the Defendantappear and plead
to the same within a' year ahd ada freom the
date hereof or final and absolute judgment.will
be awarded against hshi
THOMAS G. BACON, c. c a'.
Clerk's'Office,22d Nov.'1844. -
W.'. acke: eCo., - eelatign
W eli ."?itr- in'"Fovetg
I Wiliam ~itoy.' Attchment
3H E Plairtiff Iraying this .di?ed~lhis.dec,
Ilation in my office. and the Defendinst liar
ing no Wifeor Attorney: known .oheifthin
the State, on ihom a copy of ttse ninm .with a
rule to plead can be-erve&:,I is ,irdetd ta.
the Defendant plead to the jaid deell dh,
ivithin a year and a day; or final and absoluta
judgment will bo'given agaihst,hi'm. .
- G EO. POI'E. c,.c. 1t
.Clerk's Office, April 30, 1844.