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- TO HOPE.
ght of-the soul! thine hour once past,
The proudesr brow must bend at last.
:Pale agony-the heart must-wring,
- Deipair must plant the sullen string,
The weary spirit long to part,
And all be but the wreck of heart.
Bright tenant of tie trembling breast,
Give-but my sinking spirit rest.
Tho' friendship flies, or love betrays,
Still on thy light shrill fix my gaze,
1jystar, though clduded and alone,
Until my pilgrimage is done.
" The traveller in the fiery sand
Where Afric spreads her burning strand,
When thunders roar and whirlwinds rise
And Heaven is darkening on his eyes,
Struggles in vain, sinks panting down,
And sees his fate in nature's frown.
But. let him find some crystal stream,
His eyes with sudden-lustre beam,
So, Hope; at the enchanting voice,
- Delicious.dreams the soul rejoice,
The agony of heart is o'er;
It trembles, but it lives once more.
Angel of life! thy vigil keep,
Above my waking and my sleep;
- Still pour upon my fainting eyes
Thebeam. the beauty of thy skies,
And, when my final hour is come,1 -
Sweet spirit! be thy heaven my homo.
You're weary, recious one! your eyes
Are wandering far and wide ;
Think ye of her, who knew so well
Your tender thoughts to guide!
Who could to Wisdom's sacred lore
Your fixed attention claim!,
Ah ! never from your hearts erase
That blessed mother's name !
'Tis time to say your evening hymn,
My-youngest infant dove!
Come, press thy velvet cleek'to mine, .
And learn thy lay of love;
My sheltering arms can clasp you all.
My poor deserted throng!
Cling, as'you used to cling to her
. Who sings the angel's song.
-Begin, sweet birds ! the accustom'd strain,
Come, warble loud and clear ;
Alas! alas! you're weeping all
You're sobbing in my ear.
Good night! go say the prayer she taught
Beside your little bed
The lips that used to bless you there
Are silent with the dead !
A father's hiand your course may guide
A mid the thorns of life :
*His care protect these shrinking plants,
That dread the storms of'strife ;
* But who upon your infant hearts
.- Shall like that mother write ?
Who touch the stdings that rule the soul ?
- Dear. sinitten flock ! good night ?
* appy Girl.- Ay, she is a happy girl
we know it by her fresh looks and buoy
ant spirits. Day in and day out she has
something to do, and she takes hold of her
work as if she did not fear to snil her handls
or dirty her apron. Such girls we love
anod respect, wherever we find them-in a
*palaceor a hovel. Always pleasant and
always kind-they never turn up their no
ses beforeyour face, or slander you behind
your back , they have more good sense and
better employment. WVhat are flirts and
lg~ustle-bountd girls, in comparison with
these ? Good for nothing but to look at;
and it is rather unprofitable business, un
less you have nothing else to do. Give us
th~e industrious and happy girl. and we
care not who worships fashionable and
id le simpletous.-Lowell 2xpress.
A young buck, who belongs to the inde
pendent drink or let-alone just-as-I-pllease
without-signing-the pledge fraternity, pop
ped lihe pqevtion .10 a pretty girl a short
time since, who brought a'still deeper blush
to his always .btushuing countenance, by
replying thatrds she had signed a pledge
to neither drink or traffick in ardent spir
-its, she did not feel at libert y to trafic her
.sel f ofl (or a hrogshead of brandy.
A Wind fall to Fanny Wright-Quite
. a windfall has come to Fauny Wright.
An uncle in Scotland has recently died,
and left her a property worth ?100,000.
She is now in J~ersey City, and will re
niain in this country for a few wveeks, for
the purpose of taking certain necessary
legal steps preliminary to taking posses
sioa of this munificent legacy.-N. Y.
Te Irish pape'rsannotnece the death,
in Waterford,. of Regina Maria Roche,
aged. 81 years, the. authioress of the Chil
dren of the Alibey.
Conroaghous.-A :disese caflad the 'bon
net fever,' prevails, says the Ledger, al
most universally in Philadelphia, among
the .females. -The symptoms which attend
tI.e complaint are an extraordinary de
mand upon the pockets of parents or hus
bands, ; an eager desire to enamine all the
bonnets and ribbons and flowers in every
store in the city,; and the violence of these
symptoms is not abated until the new arti
cle has beep Worn to-church the first Sun
day af'ter it is sent home from the mnillin
-The Pittsburg American corrects an es
* ~ timate now going: the rounds of the pa
pers, which gives the loss by the'Gire in
that. city ar$3,47,000, and adds: "Cur
estimate of the whtole loiss was $9.000,000,
two thirds of whbich -was personal prop.
A Type-Casting machine, invented a
abort time ago, by Mr. David Bruce, of
Now York.?hab been brought to a high
state'of perfection and practical utility by
Mr. 0. R.Van Benthuysen, of Albany.
The Albany Atlas-thus describes it :
This machine, or rather the wheel by
which it is propelled, may be worked by
band ; but any number of them may be
worlied by steam, several of them requir
ing only a ,igilant overseer or superin
tendent and two or three children. Thus, i
four machines, which are-small and com
pact, placed at covenenient distances, in
line, may he kept in full operation by one
person and three children. The extent of. !
the saving of labor, and the value of this
invention, may be judged oT by a compar
ison between its results and the usual mode
of casting. An expert workmen will cast
15 type pet minute with the usual band I
matrix. This machine costs from 50 to 60 t
per minute ; and one person~ superintend
ing, four .of the machines, propelled by
steam, it will produce say 200 per minute.
It is at least a safe estimate to say that
one person and threo children will in this
way do the work of ten men, and turn
out more type per minute.
One of these machines is in use by Mes
srs. Figgins & Co., of London, who have i
ordered others. 'It-has also been adopted
by several type-founders in New York and
other northern cities in the Union.
- NEW YoRK, April 26.
Destruction of the. Botwery Theatre.
The Bowevery Theatre is again in ruins,
a fire having occurred about dusk, last.
night, which spread with such rapidity as
to render it impossible to save anything of
its contents. We have been informed that
it is uninsured, at least in New York, and.
the majority of the stock was owned by
Mr. Hamblin and Mr.. Whitting.. One t
person we learn had a narrow escape,
having attempted to save the wardrobe,
he found his retreat cut off,.and no egress
remained except through a window by
means of an iron rod which supported the
gutter. This rod broke.when he was
within ten feet of the ground, so that the i
injury he received was trifiing.
Two accounts are given of the origin of
the fire, the one'that it was occasioned by
an accident in the gas apparatus, and the
other that it began in the carpenter's shop.
Which of the.two is true we are unable to
say. The crowd collected' to witness the
conflagration was immense, certainly not
less than 25.000 persons, who filled every
avenue and spot which commanded a
view of the building,. of which nothing i
now remains but the blackened columns of 4
the.portio.-Journal of Commerce.
Reform.-The President, we understand,
has issued a circular to the department,.
requiring an exact observance of the laws
in regard to the organization of the oflicers.
the duties and attendance of clerks; and 'o
enforce it, has directed the absentees to be
noted and reported. The general com
plaint of persons visiting Washington ou
business with the departments- of the de
lays and expenses which they. are sub.
jected, has rendered the interposition of the
The circular also requires a distt ibution
of labor among clerks proportioned to com
pensation allowed, and provides for the
suppression of the injustice (too long tole
rated) of making meritoriouas and faithful
public servants perform the duties of such
as may be found negligent or incompetent.
Diplomatic Expenses.-A Paris corres
pondent writes that the expenses of the
American Minister at Paris-are $70 a day;
his wood bill al-me atnounted to $1,400.
It requlires a large private forttune to meect
the expenses of that offce. We are of
opinion that if several of our Ministers
would live at the European courts wri
less ostentation, they would better repre
sent the republican principles of our Go
vernment, and at the .same time lhe inore
respected in their mission.-Crescent City.
The wvokring of Gold Mines at the
South, says the N. Y. Courier & Enquirer,
is said to be increasing profitably. A let.
ter from Mr. Gibbon, of the Branch Mint,
at Charlottville, T. C., published in Silli
mn's Journal, states that increasintg quan-.
tiies of gold are received at that mint,
from Mines in North and South Carolina
-occasionally, also, from Georgia and
Alabama. Gold bullion, to the value of
27,000 was deposited for coinage during
the last year, exceeding by nearly one huni
dred thousand dollars the deposits of ainy
preceeding yearly period. The sands of
the Catawba river and other streams pass
ing through the gold regions, have lately
been washed with profit. The workmen
reside in shanties on the banks of the river,
by permission of the oners, and the same
spots are worked over successfully, as
fresh deposits of sand, &c., are washed
The following is:,adid to be a new order
of.the Postmaster General. It will be
very convenient for publisbera.
"Money. for newspaper subecriptions,
not exceeding $10 in each case, may be
paid to a Postmaster for the purpose of
being pai:l to the publisher of a newspaper
at any other office. The Postmaster is, in
such case, to give to the person paying the
money, a receipt therefor, and to advise
forthwith the Postmaster who is to pay
said atnount of such deposit. Upon pre
sentation of this reeeipit, the amount is to
be paid over. ,The Postmaster receiving
the amount is to debit himself therewith in
his account of contingent expenses."
Beautiful Enract.-T here is scarcely a
profession in which the sympathies of its-.
professors are more painfully excited than
doat of the medical practitioner. How of
ten is he called to the bed of hopeless sick
ness, and that too, in a family, the miem
bers of which are drawn together by the
cosest bonds *of love r , How painful, to
meet the inquirnog gaze of attached friends
or weeping relatives, directed towards him
in quest of consolation, assurances of safe
ty which, he cannot give. And how mel
ancholy is it to behold the last ray of hope~
which has lingered upon ~the face of affec
tion, give place to that dark cloud of des
Gen.Jesup has received orders to repair
infto ou Soeni frotierA onf sePrc.
INVALUABLE , r
Family Medi cines. ]
"Prove all things, and hold fast to that n
vhich isgood."-Paul.. - a
T HESE Pills are no~ longer among those
of doubtful utility. They have passed t
sway from the thousands, daily launched on ji
he -tide of experiment," and now stand higher p
n reputation, and are becoming more exten- to
ively used than any other medicine ever pre
)ared. They have been introduced into every n
)lace where it has been found possiblto carry p
hem, and there are few towns, or villages,
ut contain some remarkable evidences of
heir good effects. But it is not necessary to
dvertise them at large, or to say any thing
urther of them, than to Ucaution those wish. -
ng to purchase Antibillious Family Medicine,
o be particular to-enquire for SPENCEL'S
VEGETABLE PILLS. as there are numer
tos preparations put on sale almost every day,
>f doubtful efficacy. To satisfy the world of
he inestimable worth of this Medicine, I
.voild simply observe that, it has been long
ised by some of the leading lights of the pro- ]
ssion in their extensive practice, and is now
repared with great care, and upon' scientific
od chemical principles, for general use; by~
hepresent proprietor OnLY. The unputation
of Quacknrt therefore cannot be affixed to this
fedicine, since it is the preparation of regular
ractising Physicians, who have made the healing
rt their profession, and whose pharmacentic
Preparations will ever be held in the highest esti
TES TIMONIA LS.
M Read the following certificate from Mr.
). C Kelsey, a popular merchant of Tomp
ain's-Bluff,-Ala.. and thousands of a.similar
:haracter might be given if necessary to prove
he efficacy, popularity and usefulness of this
Tompkin's Bluf, Ala., Jan. 4,1843.
Dr. A. Spencer-Dear Sir: I wish you to
'orwaed me a large supply of your pills; I don't
hink 300 boxes too large a quantity to send.
[ sold 160 boxes the last six months; they are
hey most popular pill in this place. For bill
ou complaints, sick-headache, dyspepsia, cos
iveness and such like diseases, they ate con
idered almost an infallible remedy. I have
een agent for Dr. Peter's Pills, and formerly
oldia large amount yearly; but I now sell three
lozen of your pills to one of rifs. My custun
trs think them superior to Peter's or any other
Respectfully yours, 0. C. KELsEY.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with full direc
ETA fresh supply, just'received and for sale,
n Edgefield, by J. D. T[BBETT'S, and on
nquiry may be found generally- in all the
ities, villages, and at the. principal Country 1
stores throughout the State.
Oct.30. 6m 41
Remedy for Coughs,
DR. HULL'S COUGH LOZENGERS are
most rapidly superceding all other prepa.
ations for the reliefof Coughs. Colds, Asthma.
Whooping-cough, Catarrh, Tightness of the
hest, Bronchitis, and similar pulmonary affec
Thousands, we may say thousands who have
uffered for years front the above diseases are
low in the possession of sound health, which
nay be attributed entirely to the fortunate use
if one 25 cents box of this invaluable medi
:ine. They are as pleasant to the taste as
:andy-convenient to carry in the pocket, and
varranted to be tts most effectual Cough med
cmne in use.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with direc
Hull's Worm Lozenges.
woRSs! woRMsl! WoRMs!!l
It is estimated that, 100.000 children die an
mally fromt the effects of worm's alonte!! This
3ast mortality could be almost entirely pre
rnte~d by the use of Dr Hulrs Wonx LoZEN
Es, Every family where there are children,
ihotuld not fail to keep this important medicine
n the house, and administered when their
symptoms indicate the presence of these dan.i
gerous und destructive reptiles.
ID The following extract from the "Spar.
an Gazettc." speaks thie sentiments of all who
inve ever' used this valuable Woan DEsTIOY
" From onr owan knowcledge, iee take great plea
ure in recommentding Hall's I'orm Lo-enges as
he best IJ'orm Medicine exiant. tlT Chdidren
til cry for them, and eat them as they onld
IT A fresh supply, jusr received and for
ale, by J. D. TIBBETT'S.
only 25 Cents per box, with directions.
Oct.30 6m 41
T1 [IESE PILLS wherever they have bteen
..fairly tried have established an enviable
elbrity, and are daily superseding all other
preparations in caring the diseases for which
tey are prepared.
The followiing certificate is from Judge Fur
st, a gentleman of the first respectability in
Jef'erson co., -Alabama.
Jonesboro'. Ala., 4th, Feb. 1844.
I certify that in the summer of 18412 I had a
evere attack of fever and ague, and was for
sme time under the' treatment of a pihysician,
but ireceived no benefit fromn his prescriptions
-my disease continuing to increase in the
requency and severity of its attacks. I at last.
bad recourse to Dr.Hull's Fever and Agne and
AntiFeve'r Pills, and in uing half a box .yes
entirely cured, and have remained in good
bealth ever since. I afterwards had in my
Family several cases of fever and ague, aid
bave in every instance made use of Hull's
Pills, whlich have always immediately' effected
Scure. J. F. FoREsT."
Price, $1 per box, with directions.
0) A fresh supply,just received and for
ale, by J. D. TIBJBETT'S.
Oct. 30 6m 41
T Shearebygiven, thait three months after date,
the road leading fronm E. Settle's to Cheat
tam's Bridge, on Turkey Creek, (there being
ro objection,) will be discontinued as a public
By order of the Board :
T.IIOS. J. HIBBLER, Secretary
of Board of Commissionies.
Feb 14 3m a
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of John
.tD.Raiford, late of this District, are re
quested toamake imnmediate pament, and all
having any demands against1 Te staid Estate
will hand them in, according to law, by the 25th
of December next, at which time the sutbscri
er desires to close up he Estate.
ELIJAH WATSON, Adm'r.
Looth-ache Tooth-ache !
R. LACOUNT'S ELIXIR is a speedy
certain, and lasting cure for the mos
ainful and distressing disease that can aff'ec
e human frame. In almost all cases -
'ooth-ache it arises from a decayed. state o
te parts, which exposes to the action of th
mospheric air, the nerve, or internal surfac
f the copious or rotten tooth, and a cure mus
e effected, either by extraction or by render
g those parts imperious to the action of the
Dr. Laconnt's Elixir is particularly adapter
destroy the nerve, without the slightest ii
try to the other teeth, and thereby effect
ermanent core. Its application is not at
nded by. the slightest pain, or inconvenience
oTThousands have declared that they woul
ot be without this preparation if it cost $1
Price, 50 Cents.
For sale in Edgefield, by
J. D. TIBBETT'S.
Oct. 30 6m . 40
91olesale & Retail Grocers
CORNER CENTRE' AND MAREET STREETS,
SAVE just received, and will continue t
receive fresh supplies of the followin
rticles, which they offer to theiir friends. n
te trade, at the lowest market-prices:
20 hhds. choice St. Croix Sugars
30 do. Porto Rico do.
10 do. Muscovado 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. Augustura .do.
300 choice Rio do.
Bales Mocho do
20 casks prime Cheese.
200 pieces Heavy Dundee, 44 to 45 incl
100 do. Tow, 45 inch
150 -do Gergia & Corolina, 44 to 45 ii
50 do. Kentucky, (heavy) 44 to 45 in
24 bales Gunny,24 per yard, 45 to 47 is
3000 pair thick Brogans, choice
1000 do. Kip do. do
1000 do. Women and Bdy's Shoes.
3000 lbs Sole Lea-her.
150 coils Manilla Rope
50 do. Kentucky Rope
50 do. Jute do.
10 hhds. Trinidad
25 bbls. New Orleans.
000,00 lbs. Iron of various a sizes. viz:
4 and J by 1, 221 and 23 by J to.j
2A to 4 by J to ., 4Ato8 by A to1
5000 lbs- Band from
I l 1411 22?3c1
1000 lbs Hoop Iron, from 4 to 14 inch
10 bundles Nail Rods
5 do German Stell, assorted sizes,
5 dozen Rocking Chairs, and wog
2 bales 9-4 Blankets
2, do. 10 4 do. weighing 7 lbs tli
2 Jo. Grey do. 10.4," "
A good assortment of Bed Blanke
10 to 12-4.
2000 yds. Washington Jeans heavy,
2000 do. Coventry Plains.
1200 Sacks Salt, (Charleston Sacks)
5 do Trable Salt
Boxes Table Salt.
125 Kegs Nails, assorted Sizes
25 do Finishing Nails
20 do Brads.
200 Bugs, assor ted Sizes
B A CON.
0,000 Prime Country Sides.
30 Kegs Dupont's FFF G
20 do Blasting
12 do Eaigle.
SEG A RS.
10 M. Large Spanish (W. 4. H.
4 Mi. Spanish (L Valedos)
10OM,- do (R. P. M.)
6 M. Light Spanmsh (L. Valedos)
5 M.I'mperial Regalias (Venus.)
T E 4S.
50 Boxes Teas. Conisisting of gunpo
der, Hlyson and Imperial
6 Cases Catteess, Gunpowde., Imperialh
2 chests Black Tea.
Ginger, Pe pper. Spice, Ciin
namon, Nutmegs, Saltpetre, Blne
Cotton and Wool Cards, Brass Bound
Buckets, Painted Buckets, Trubs. Churns,
Keelers. Willow Wagons and Cradles.
Washboards, Cocoa Dippers, Clothes Piiis
rooms. Wooden Bowls, Wash Stands, Bt
lows, Rakes, I doz. Scythe, Handles, Col
fee Mills,Soap,WVagon Boxes, Saddle Irons,
Winglow Glass, Starch. Pistols, Canal
Flour, Country Flour, Tobacco, Wool
Caps, Grindstones, Osnaburgs, White
Lead,'Madder, Sperm Candles,
-Tallow Candles, Twine, Cast
ines, Fifth Chains, &c., &c.
WANTD-i0.000 lbs. BEES WAX, f
hich the highest cash price will be paid.
Edgefield Advertiser will copy.-Hamnbu
LL Persons arc forwatrned from takii
timber fronm any' tracts of lands belongil
o the subscriber. TIho law will be enfore
gainst all trespassers.
March 12 3t 7
LOOK AT TD1S!!
M~1Y Celebrated WE A VER JA CKw
.Lstand the etnsuing Season, at the fi
owing places, viz: commencing at rr
ouse near Edgefield Village, on Mooda
the 16th and 17th inst.; at Cullen Rhode
Esq., the 18th and 19th ; and at Lew
ulbreath's on 20th and 21st ; and willI
at the above named places every ninth d;
during the season. TERR~s:t He wvilli
let to Mares for-Threo Dollars the sin~
visit, Five Dollars the Season, and Ei~
Dollars to insure The Season evill eo
inue till the 16th of June, following.
Persns putting Mares and trading thec
of during the season. will in all instianc
be held responsible for the payment of t
Season. All enre and attention willI
paid o Mares, but I will not be account
ble for any accidents.
ii..r.~ 5- A. 6
AND HARNESS MAKING
t 1nE Subscriber takes ple
S'sure in returning his sii
cere thanks to his friends ar
a patrons, for the very liber
e patronage bestowed on ' him during the- pa
,t years. He reqpectfiilly informs his friends at
the public in general, that he still continues
carry on the Saddle and Harney
Making Business. at his old ?tand; ne
i door to Mr. S. F. Goode's. He has on hat
a good assortment of
it Saddles. Bridles and Marlingales. Ha
ness, Travelling Trunks, 4c.
and all other articles usually kept at snch
d establishment, which he offers on as reasonab
U terms as he can possibly afford them.
MILITAny EQUIPAGE MADE 'to ORDER, 15 A
Citizens of South Carolina. call and see
you cannot suit yourselves as well at home
abroad. Let us endeavor to keep our mon
at home, and we will have more to spend.
Feb 19 tf
EDGEFIELJYC. H., S. C..
T HE-Subscriber having enlarged it
House, and removed his Bar Roo
to one end of the same, is now prepared toa
Boarders and Travellers,
on as good terms as any mmilar establishme
in-this State.. Hid Table will he furnished wi
the best the District can afford, and his B
with' the choicest Liquors and Wines.' H
Stables are large and commodious, and st
plied with good and wholesome provender, at
attentive hostlers. -
He returns his sincere thanks to his frien
and the public, for the very liberal patrona;
which has been bestowed on him, and trt
that by a strict attention to business to merit
continuance of the same In consideration
the hard times, he has reduced the price
Board to the following terms :
Board per Month, if paid monthly, $101
Board and Lodging, per mouth, " 11.
Single meal, 37& cents each.
Horse per month, if paid monthly, 8'
Single feed for -Horse, 25 cents.
N. B. Jurors, (without horses,) attendil
Court, 75 cents, per day.
B. J. RYAN
March 5, 1845.
W I LL be Let to the lowest bidder, at L
erty H ill. on the 17th March next, t
Posting of the Roads, with Rock or Cast Pos
Also, the Pointing of the Roads of the Upp
Battalion, Ninth Regiment, South Caroli
The terms made known on the day of lettii
liy order ol'the Board :
THOS. J. -HIBLER, Secretary
of Board of Commissioners.
Feb14 5t 3
The Thorough Brcd Hors
M ARB LI.EU,
Bred by thce la k John R)andolph,of Roanoke
W ILL Stand a part of the ensuing $pri
WVat Capt WJm. B. AMay's, four miu
south of Edgehield Court House, on thme Angt
Ia load. He wilhe let to, Mlires at the folio,
ing reduced prices, viz: $5 the single lea
$10 thme season, to be paid in the season,al
$15 to insure a Mare with foal, to be paid
soon as thme facet is ascertained, or the Mare t,
ded. In each case 50 cents to thme Grocm
3Miarbliens will be under the immediate care
tihe subscriber, iho will use all reasonable ca
to orevent atcidents; hut will not be respon
ble' for aniy,~should they occur. For furthi
particulars, see hand bills.
Will stand at the-same place a part of his tim
the fine young Jack BL ACK KNIG HT.
Terms $3 the single visit, $5 the season,. al
$8 to insture. Fifty cents to the groom iu eve
JOSEPH W. DOBSON.
Feb20 9t b
BOOTS ANYD SHOES :
jH E Subscriber having taken the sta ndfl
Imerly occupied by Mr. E. C. REME
adjoining Messrs. Frazier & Addison's. r
pectfully informs his fr ends and the citize
of Edgefield District, that he has onm hand
excellent assortmient of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
of his own-mannfatcture.
Ladies' and Gentlemens' Northern Shoes ans
:1- Slippers, all of which he offers for sale on
-reasonable t9rmns as lie can possibly afli
them, for CA u, or on a credit of Ihree mbnt
lHe flatters himself. that with his long expm
onoe in the Boot and Shoe business, lhe will
etiabled to give general satisfaction to all tim
who may favor him with a call. All w<
done at his shop will he warranted.
N. B Good lDry. Hides taken in exchar
or . for Boots or Shoes, at ten cents per pound
rg March 18 tf 7
B LA NK B O O K,
eand Wrappinsg Paper
1H E Subscriber haviinj been appoin
g Aent for the Greenvdl Paper AWLl
mBindery, has now oni hand, Soud will
aBLANK BOOKS, of all descriptions, W
TING and WRAPPING PAPER, at Char
ton or New York prices. Please give r
_call and satisfy yourselves.
Cheap Cash Store
Edgefield, Dec.25. 48 3m
y 1~RS. McCORQUODA LE begs leavi
, .L..inform her friends and the publi,1
s she will attend to all oiders to the above li
me in a style eqnal. if not superior to any E
Sdone in this place. Prices to suit the times.
Genleeis' Strawv and Leghorn Hats clean
let Edgefleld C. H1.;jpril 9 2m 11
n- (0i'Wo are authorized to announce
- GRahA. Esq., as a candidate for Or
ID nary of Edgefield District, at the a
1e6 Feb7 tf 2
a- (GinThe friends of SAMPson B. Mal
announee hinm as a candidate for the Of
of Tax Collector at the next election,
Oc.3 tnf , 40
State of South"Carolina;
EDGE FIELD bIS-TRCT. -
H. MA YS, living one mile .north of
CapT J. Dyson'a Mill,--ir W'leon' .
d Creek, bulled- before me a dark; bay-MM RE,
al twelve years old; fourteen .Aid a halFrhands
it high, som'e *hite abot each hini footaitd~wlsite
d -pots on each side -of ier back and-in: ber-face.
to Appraised by Cullen Clar and JamesOi1S4
a to be worth twelve dollar. - ' ~ -
n- THOS. NIdIOLS, Mtgist
id March 5- 1m4t . 6
- State "of -Soujh Maroliia
i EDGEFIELD DISTRICT
le- IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Josiah J. Ryan, 'eclaration- in For
Jsiah J. Ryan, .,, Declaratih in
if - s . . kore:gn Atiack. -
as Fitzroy & .Micnnis. ment. -
Y F.J,'laintifs having'this day iled
theirelatiio in my office, and dia
Defendant 'having rio wife or Attprae?,
known to be within the Stare ho n whiat
a copy of the same," withla rulei-plead'
cab be served.: It is ordered that the De
fendants do plead to the said deelarations
within a year and a day, rfinal andabso
lute judgement will he. give against him.
* G EO. POP c c.-x -
Clerk's Office, lay 6, 1844.
May8, 15. -
State of South Carolina. -
T OLLED before me by A. 'P Hodges .4
living near. Runne's Ford; on T'rkey
SCreek, a brown, bay Mare : MULE;-supposed
i to be twenty years.old, blind, of.the lelf eye.;
ar the skin on the riglh. side, just.behind the
I shoulder, has the appearance of laving'been
burnt recently; short switch tail, having-tie
id appearance of having, been tied in kno'ts with
a twine; quite grey-in the face.' Appraised at
s five dollars.
March 5 1m4t -.
of State of- South -Carolina,
)0 IN THS COMMON PLEAS..
D0 Nancy M. Dillard, Executir. vs. Ded'str -i
Enoch Byne. Harmon- Hust. For. At
3 and Win. H. Byne.. - taohinent.
T H E Plaintiff in the above stated cases-ly
ig ing this day filed her declaratioi n.--ty.
office, and the defendants having neither wives.
or attorneys known to be within the limitsof this.
State, on whom- a copy of said' deelaritoas
- with a rule to plead can be served : It is there
fore ordered, that the said defendants do pigad
b to the said declarations. within.a year and a
day fromthe publication of,. this order. or- final
and absolute judgment will be awarded against
t them. -
er THOMAS G.-BACON-c;c p.
na Clerk's Office, 17th March 1845. ly. . 8
a State of South' Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
- Robert R. Hunter, Declaration in
H 'n Attacinent.
P. H. Rooney.
V HE Plaintiff in the above - stated- case,
having this day filed their Declarations :n
moy Office, and the Defendant havingnowife
or Attorney known to reside wirnin- the mits
of the State on whom a copy of thedame witn
a rule to plead can be served; "It is therefoye
Ordered'' That thre Defendantappear and plead
'g to the samie within a year and a day fromithae
edate hereofr or finial and absolute judgment will
5be awarded against him
v.THOMAS G. BACON, c. c. r
P- Clerk's Office, 2'2d Nov. 1844..
id Nov.27 44 - Jy.
S St te of' South Carolina
o. EDGE FIELD DISTRICT,
re IN EQUITY. ,. -
S.Henry H-. Hill and .
John Bates et al. es.' C'ross Bil..
Jon~athnhl M. Hill ci at.
ST appearing to my ratisfaction thatJoniathan
Il 11 and Matildat Daniel. defendants in
athis case, are and reside without the liiniti og
thais State; on motion-by Mr. Wardlawv, Solici
ry tor for PlajintitE&, Ordered, tha t said absent de
fendants do appear 'n this H~onorable Court,
and answer. plead or demur to the Bill of Plain
_ tift&. within three months frem the publication
of this Order. or the said Bill1 be takenupro.coni
fe'sso against them.
S. S TOPKiKINS, C:'E.E.D.
Feb.60, 1845. 2 3m
r State of South Carolina.
ns J.- W, Stokes. Declaration in -
P. H. Rooney.) Auiachmrenl.
T lIE Plaintiff's in the above stited casir
i. tohaving this day-niled thaeir declaratins
teState. on whom a copy of the same with a
as.rd l t plead can be served' -it is. therefore,
rd1ordered. thdit the defendant appears'and. pliead..
to the same wvithtin a -yenr and :a day from'tlie
ri- day hereof. o fiGnal and absolute judgment will
bebe awarded agninst him.
>e T HOS G-BACON, c. c. i.
rkClerk's Office, 22d4Nov. 1844i -- -
Nov. 27 44. ly.
State of South Carolina..
_ EDGE FIELD DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMFONPLEAS.
Benj. F. Landrum, bearer,) . Declaiilt.. - -
td . *
teg Richard Allen. -Aittahast..
?~g-IiHE Plaintil's in the above stated case
gi aigthis day filed his Decliration'in tny
les. Office and the Defendanat having no wifer or
o a attorney known to reside within the limits of
the State on whom a cop)y of-the same ~wia
-rule to p lead can be served. -It is therefote Or
dered, tliat he appearsiand plead to the samne,
within one year anid a day from the date herecof,
- or final and absolute judgment wiull be an ardedf
*aant THOKAS G. BACON,:c.-c.r
to Clerk's Office -21st Nov. 1844-.
hat Nov. 27 44 --l
Sate of bouth Carolina.
sed -EDGEFIFAD )blSTRItCT.
Seaborn A. Joties. Decla ration- -
-.vs. - . . .i EiTrcin
NI Enoch Byne. AusichwaLt.
di. 3 HE Plaintif havin~gh da fled 'is.e
-..claration in nayoieanthafedn
having no wife ortorney,1known to be wlthiia
-the'State. on whom aecopy.of thiesame,-with a
rule to p lead, dan be-servedi It is orderedfbit
~the -defendanli plead -to the -saidl delaritiori
s' within a year and at day., orfinuat and absolute
IcO judgetment will hoe given against Jum. .
-- THOS. G. BAC~ON,.c. o. -- .
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