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* THE WORLD FOR SALE.,
The world for-sale-hang out the sign,
Call every traveller here to me;
Who'll bay this brave estate of mine,
And set my weary spirit- free ?
Tis-going!-yes, I mean to fling
The bubble from my soul away; -
I'll sell it. whatsoe'er it bring
The world at auction here to-day.
It is a glorious thing to see
Ah, it has cheated me so sore !
It is not what it seems to be !
-For sale ! It shall be mine no more.
Come turn it over and view it well;
I would not have you purchase dear:
'Ti going-going!-.must sell!
Who bids? who'll buy the splendid tear ?
iHete's wealth in glitt3riug heaps of gold;
WVhobids?-but let me, tell you fair,
A base. lot was never sold
Who'll buy the heavy heaps of care ?
And here spread out in broad domain,
A goodly landscape all may trace
Hall, cottage, tree, field, hill and plain
Who'll buy himself a burial place ?
Here's love, the dreamy potent spell
That beauty clings around the heart ;
"I know its power, alas! too well ;
'Tis going !-going !-Love and I must part,
Mo1zst part ! what can I more with Love ?
- ~'All over the enchanter's reign,
Who'll buy the plumeless, dying dove
A breath of bliss--a storm of pain ?'
And Frie.ndship-the rarest gem of earth
Who'er has found the jewel his ?
'Frail, false, and fickle, little worth:
Who hidsfor fiiendship-as she is !
'Tis going-going'!-hear the call:
Once, twice, and thrice !-'tis very low,
"Twas once my hope, my stay, my all;
But now the broken staff must go?
Y'ame~! hold the'briliarit meteor high ;
How dazzling every gilded, name!
Ye millions, now's the time to buy !
. How much for fame ? How much for fame?
-Hear how it thunders?-would you stand
On high Olympus, far renowned?
Now purchase, and a world command !
-And be with a world's curses crowned !
Sweet star of Hope! with ray to shine
In every sad foreboding breast.
Save the desponding one of mine;
Who bids for man's last friend and best I
Ah. were not mine a-bankrupt lire,
This treasure should my soul sustain ;
But Hope and I are. now at strife,
Nor ever may unite again.
Ambition ! Fashion! Show and Pride !
I part from all forever nowv;
Grief, in an overwvhelming tide.
Has taught my hanghty heart to bow.
By Death! stern sheriff, all bereft,
I weep. yet humbly kiss the rod ;
The best of all I still have felt
Miy Faith. my Bible, and my GOD.
THE SECRET OF SCOTCH BANKING.
Of thirty-one banks in Scotland which
issUe notes, fjve only are chartered-that
is, the responisibility of the proprietors in
those established is confined to the amout
of the subscribed capital. The remaiingi
twenty-siC are, with- one or two i-e~pt-o.
jointistock hanks, and the tpro)tetor, are
liabile to the last shilling of their private
fortunes. Tihe nuitber of persons con
nected with t hese banks as share-holders
is very great; almost every tnan of opu
lence in the country betng a holder of stock
to a greater or less aanount. TIhe Sr-ottish
bankers haver arranced atnongst them
selves-a mntual systemt of exchange, as
stringent as it had the force of statute, by
means of which an overissue of notes he
comes a mat ter otf perfect impossibilit y.
Twice a week the whtole notes deposited
with ihe different bank offices in Scotland
are regularly int,-rchasnged. Now, with
Sthis system in operation, it is perfectly lu
dicrous to suppose that any bank would
issue its paper rashly for the sake of an
extended circulation. The whole in cir
culation throughont Scotland return to
their respective banks in a .period avera-i
ginrt from ten to eleven days-in urban, and I
a fortnight to three weeks itn ruraf districts.
In consequence of the rate of iterest allow
ed by the baniks, no person hany induce
ment to keep bank paper by him,-,but the 1
reverse ; and ihe general pratice of the
country is to keep the circulation at as
low a rate as possible. The numerous
-branch banks which are situated trp and
down the country, are the means of taking
the notes of their neighbors Out of. the'cir
cle as speedly as possible in this way it
is not possible for the circulation lo be more
than what is absolntely necessary for the
transactions af the country..
If theretiore, any batnk had been so rash
asto grant accommnodation without proper
security, mterely fort he sake of obtaining
circulattion. in ten- daysior a fortuight at
the farthest,. it is compelled to- account
with the other banks every note th-ey have
-eceived. If .it does-not hold enough o'f
their pape-r to .redeetm its own upon-ex
change, it is compelled to pay .the differ
ence in exchequer bills, a certain amount
-ofwshichevery bank-is bound-by mutual
- agreementto holdshe fractional parts of
each thousandi pounds- being payable in
bank of Eti~1anudtiotes~or in gold, Is this
way over-tradinig-in-oohras regarde: the -
issue of paper, is so' eflactually guarded:
and controlled, that it' would piuzzle par-1
liatmett with: all its concedbdconventioa
al wisdom, to devise arty plantalik'e so~
simple and expeditios.-lc~tood&
The number of-deaths in New York
last week was one hundred and fifty seven,
at whieb fiteen were from small pox:
The Wsrington Union, in giving a
sketch of -.theNew York anniversaries, thus
notices. tie. Vigilance Committee. This
is.so association- of. 'men, women, and
children-white 'd; black-whose avow
ed object it to.rela tie laws, and to train
plo the constitution of the .country under
foot. They stew) negroes, and,. their re
port shows that they have stolen 118 ne
groes in the last year.
To give-the readers of the Union an idea
of their views and principles, we extract
the following paragraph from the account
of their proceedings. It is a very fair
sample of the whole
"After the report, James C. $ackson, of
Madison county, (white,) followed in de
fence of the system of running slaves, ar
guing their perfect -right to so do, and the
great criminality of all who should refuse
to succor a fugitive, or to encourage those
now slaves to run away. He protested
against sending. these slavesto Canada;
better said he, keep them here. The dpe
trines of Dudley ,Seldon it relatin to the
good effects.of.crossing the blood of Amer
icans with Europeans he'endorsed Id all
respects, and adopted with relation to the
blacks.. "We are not more than half med
-we want negro blood to make men of
us." and thus to elevate ourselves to the
position we held sixty years ago."
The following are the contents of the
June-number of the Southern Agriculu
Suggestions for Southern Planters, by
Holkham ; Proceedings of the Black Oak
Agricultural Society, Agricultural Society
of Pendleton, Report of the Committee on
Farms, made to the Society on 0- 10th of
October, 1834 ;.The Sub-soil P. ) b,by
William. Carmichael: On the Bummer
method of making Manure, by W. Byne ;
Rural economy of the South; Learning
Stears to Back ; Different qualities of
Honey, by H. Carpenter; Side Hill Ditch
ing, by P. Leigh; To kill crows; Tanning
en the Plantation, by T. AfHeck ; Lime
Burning in. South Carolina, from Tuo
mey's Report for 1844; Uuses of Lime,
(from the sare;) Hides and Staves, by J.
A. Ruff; Elder juice to cure skippers in
Bacon ; Hemp ; Tinegar at once ; A cheap
mode of obtaining Lime; Nankin Cotton;
The Wheat Harvest ; Proceedings.of the
St. Luke's Agricultural Society.
The 'following case of speedy justice,
we copy.from 'the Montgomery, Ala.,
Advertiser of last Friday :
We had an oppdt'tunity, last week, of
seeing a case of summary justice carried
out in our Circuit Court, at the shortest
notice. 'A man, tho calls himself Chas.
Eugene, was caught almost lb the very
act of abstracting a well lined pocket book
from the pocket of Mr. Joseph H. .Har
per,- right in the Court House. Being
seized by Mr. Harper who felt the vork
ing at the pocket and saw Eugene moving
off, he broke from him ran down the steps,
through the passaog and out towards Pol
lard's corner. crying out "stop that tman!"
pursued - by Squire harper calling out
stop hin!." .He succeeded in passing
several who could have stopped hinr, but
who were deceived by his cry, but he was
stopped before he could get beyond the
Post Office by Mr. Staples; and was
brought back to the Court House. Judge
Stone itmmediately- examined the case,
committed him, and re-empanuelled the
Grand Jury, who had been discharged.
A true bill was foutnd and the case ordered
or trial the next day, when Charles Eu
gene, having undergone a trial. wras con
nicted upon the cledrest testimony and
ettetnced to six years imprisonment in the
Penitentiary. We understand that he had
,een but a short time discharged from the
Penitentiary at Baton Rouge, where he
lad completed his terym of punishment
or. a similar otence.-Constitutionalist.
We learn from the Newv Orleans Cou
ier, that the legislaturo of Arkansas, at
heir last session, passed resolutions de
raring that free negroes and mulattoes
are not citizens of the United States with
tn he useaning of the constitutiod~, which
;uaranfies to citizens or one Stare ihe
>rivileges and iitmunities of the several
states-deelaring alan, that -should Mas
achusetts, or any other State governrment.
Ic nted by the same motiveg which in
liced Massachusetts to send an emissary
o South.Carolina, think fit to send an
gent to Arkansas, the governor is hereby
mtlorized, and required to take prompt
nd efficient measures to expel him. from
he State, and the legisinture in such
ase will sustain the governor in his mea
A Hint to the Passionate.-Dr. Cald
sell, an American writer on physical
ducation, contenda that a wvell-'balanced
rain, contributes to long life, while a pans
inate and turbulent one lends macb to
bridge it-and if persons knew how
tnany ,dangers in life they .escaped *by
osessinag miildness of temper, instead of
he opposite disposition, how eager would
ie the aim of all- men: to cultivate it.
The: papers of Newport, (Ri. I1y state.
hat orders had -been received there from
he War Department. to mount all the
uns at Fort Adams, in that harbor, and
hat the men wvere busily engaged inexe
uting the orders.
Similar orders, wve understood some
ays back, had been received~ here, to put
the Forts in the harbor in a complete
state ef defence.-Courier.
State of South Carolina.
IN THE 60MMON PLE A3.
Benj. F.-Landrum; beaver,) Declaiieiz
. . idhard Allen; ' Attazchment.
i H E -Plalntiffs'in thd above stated case
Ihaving this day filed his Dedlaretionan my
O~fficea and the Defendant-having no *ife or
ttornEy" known to reside withirr thedlimits of
the State. on wvhoo -adepf oilh same with a
rule to'plead.car beseril'ed . It is therefote Or
lered,-that he alipears'and'plead to the same,
mithincine ybat and aiday fron itheiate hereof,
ar final and absolute judgment will Ie an~arded
.THOMAS G. BACONic. c,. -
;Clerk's-Office21st Nov. 1844
wo.97 * 44 Iy
"Prone all things, and- hitd fast io-that
which is good.'--Paul.
HESE Pills are hlo 1i6efhimrnig those
of doubtful utility. They have passed
awa froni the thousands daily launched on
the "tide of experiment," and now stand higher
in reputation, and. arebecumitig tine, cxten
sively used, than any other medicine ever pre.
pa-ed. They have beetiitrtdiliced into every
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 to
advertise them at: large, or to say any thing
further of them, than to ;i7cnution those wish.
ing to purchase Antibillious Family Medicine,
to be particular to enquire for SPENCERL'S
VEGETABLE PILLS. assliere are inmer
dds preparations put oi sale almost every day,
of doubtful efficacy. To stisfj the 'toorld of
the inestinable worth of this-ledicine, I
vold simply observe that.it las beei lon;
used bf some of the leading lights of thr pro
fession in their extensive practice, and is now
prepared 'With great care, and upon scientific
and chenical principles, for general use, by
thepresent proprietor ONLY. The .:inputation
of Quackery therefore cannot be afixed to this
Medicine, since it is the preparaton' of regular
practising Physicians,who have made the healing
art their profession, and wilwse pharmacentie
preparations will ever beheld in the, highest esti
- TESTIMONIAl.S -
ET Read the following certificate from Mr.
0. C. Kelsey,a popular merchant.of Toip
kin's Bluff, Ala.. and thousands of a simuila.
character might be given it necessary to prove
the efficacy, popularity and serialness of thu
Tompkin's Bluff, Ala.,Jan 4 ,1843.
Dr. A. Spencer-Dear Sir.: I wish you to
forwaed me a large supply of yourtpills; I don't
think 300 boxes too large a qantity to send.
I sold 160 boxes the last six moinths; they are
they most popular ll in this place. For bill
ious complaints, si -headache, dyspepsia. cos
tiveness and such like diseases, they are con
sidered almost an infallible remedy. - I have
been agent fir Dr. Peter's Pills,'and formerly
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 other
Respectfully yours, 0. C KELSEY.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with full direc
'TA fresh supply, just received-and for sale,
in Edgefield, by J.. D. TIBBETT'S, and on
enquiry may be.found g-enerally in all the
cities, villages, and at the principal Country
Stores throughout the State.
Oct. 30. Gm 41
Remedy for Coughs,
DR. HULL'S CUUGH LOZENGN ERS ar
most rapidly superceding all other prepa
rations for the relief of'Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Whooping-cough, Catarrh, Tightness of the
chest. Bronchitis, andsimilar pulmonary alfec
Thousands, we naysay 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 nst
of one 25 cents box of this invaluable nedi
cine. - They are as'pleasant t0;-the taste as
candy-convenient to carry in.tJi..pocket, and
warranted to be ths most effectual Cough med
icine in use.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with direc.
flullI's Worm Lozenges.
wvoaans! wonris! ! woants!!!
It is estimated that. 100.000 children die an
nally fromu die clfects of worm's alnte !! This
vst mortality could be alttost enttirely pre
ented by the use ot Dr Ilull's .Votea: Lozaes.
cEs, Every family where thtere ate children.
hould not fatil to keep this imnportanat medicitne
n the house. anid adtministered whengtheir
ymptotms indicate thte presence of thtese~ dani.
terous and destructive reptiles.
T 'rTe followving extract from the "Spar
an Ga:ettc." speaks the~ scntiments of tall whto
ave ever used this valtuable WVoat~ Dusmuov
" From onr owen k notcledge. toe take great plea
ure in recommending Hlulls Iformn Lozenges as
~he best I'orm Mledicine extant. 07LI Chidren
cill cry for them, and eat them as they wculd
OJT A fresh supply, jusr received and for
nle. by J D. TIDBETTr'S.
Only 25 Cents per box, with directions.
Oet 3fl Gm 41
AND A 1EVE
TU HENSE PILL~ vhierever they have been
.Efairty tried have establisbed an etnviable
elebrity, and are daily suapersecitmg all othter
reparations in cnring the diseases for which
bey are prepared. .
The following certifieato is from Jud-ge For
st, a genttlean of the first respectability in
efferson co., Alabama..
Jonesboro'. Ala., 4th s'eb. 184'4.
I certify that itn the stanner of 1842 1 htad a
evere attack of fever antd ague, and was for
so-me time nnder the treatmuent of a physician,
bit ireceived tno heniefit fromi his prescriptionrs
-toy disease continmtng to increase in the
reuency and severity of its attacks. I tat last
ad recourse to Dr. H ull's Fever and Ague atnd
Anti Fever Pills, and itn using half a box'.vas
etirely cured, and have retmatned in good
ealth ever since.. I afterwards land int mty
fmily several cases of fevea an'd ague, anad
have ini every itnstance made uise of finatis
Pills, whtich have al ways imamediately effieted
a cure. - J. F. FOREsT."
Price, $I per box, with directions.
ST A fresh supply, just received and for
ale, by J. D. TIBB3ET T'S.
Oct. 30 - G- i 41
P R IN E.!S
Linman Botanic Gardenm &
FLUSH ING. L. I., SEAR NE\V YORK.
rr~HIE GediAr OntIoNAt. E5TA T
.9.. usaat-WR PhIINCE&
CO.; have just liulilished their tnew
and Unrivalled 'Descriptive Cata
guiee of Fruit, and Ornamnttal Trees and
Plants, cOflihrisi ng the largest assortmen*t of the
various classes, and the greatest colleciion- of
eo anad rare varieties, ever* offered to the pub
ic,and at greatly reduaced pricce, ' Every va
riety of Trees and ,Plants, is individiuallv d.
cribed with a precision, never before evinced
n atny European or Amnericaih Catalogtue; aind
the gross blunders of other Catalognes. are
also set aright. The collection of Roses canm'
ries above 1000 splendid varieties. -
This superior Catalogue will be sent gratis
oevery post paid applicanit..
W kl. .R. PRINCE & CO.
F.-sting. Feb. 20. 1845. tf .~1
Whoiesaie & Retail trocers:
CORINERt CENTRE AND MAKET STREETS,
M&iallil4VMir sa 4Qa
AVE just received, and will 'continue to
receive fresh supplies of the following
Aantcies,-wiich they otter to their friends and
the trade; at the lowest iarket prices :
20 hhds. choice St. Uroix Sugars
30 do. Porto Rico do.
10 do. Muscuvado do.
3 . do. Ulairticid do.
10 bhls. Crushed do.
5 do. Pulverized do.
5 boxes double relined Leal Sugar.
C (UFFEL. .
60 bags Old (Uovernment Java Coffeo
J0 do. Augustura do.
300 choice tio- do.
Bales MAocho , do.
20 casks priine Cheese.
900 pieces Heavy Dundee. 44 to 45 inch.
100 de Tow, 45 inch
150 du Gergia & Curolina, 44 to 45 iii.
50 do Kentucky,(heavy) 44 to 45 in.
24 bales Uuiny,24 per yaid, 45 to 47 in
3000 pair thick Brogans, choice
1000 do. hqi do do
1000 do Wumeni and Boy's Shoee.
3000 lbs Sole Lea her.
150 coils Mamimla taope
50 do. Kentucky (Cope
50 do. Jute do.
10 hhds. Triudad
25 bbls. New Urleans.
1000,00 lbs. Iron of vanmous a sizes, viz:
4 and k by 1, 221 and 2j by 4 toi
2A to 4 by a to j, 4A tuts b) A to a)
5000 lb,' Banld Iron
I If 41 2-A3gA
1000 lbs [loop lru, from to 14 inch
10,bindles mithl Rods
5 do. German Stell, assorted sizes,.
5-dozen Rockng Chairs, and wood
B IANKE TS.
2 bales 9.4 Blaukets
2, do. 10 4 do. weighing 7 lbs tle
2 Jo. Grey do 10-4," " "
A gooid assortmnent of Bed Blanket.
10 to 12.-4.
VEG RO CLOTHS.
2000 yds. W ashiugton. Jeans heavy,
2000 do. Coventry Plains.
1200 Sacks Salt, (Charlestoon Sacks)
5 do Table Salt
Bloxes Table Salt.
125 Kegs Nails, assorted Sizes
25 do Finishing bails
20 do Brads.
200 Bags, assor ted sizes
10,000 Prune Country Sides.
30 Kegs Dupont's FFF G
20 do Blasting
l2 do Eagle.
10 M1. Large Spanish (W. 4. 11.
4 .U. Spauishl (L Valedos)
10 .l, do (Rt P. l.)
6 At. Light Spaish (L. Valedos)
5 Ml.1'ipecnal ijegalias (Venus.)
T'E A .
50 Boxes Tcas. consatirig oi gu pow
der, liyso'n and impjeria
6 L. ses Gatteess, tL unp~owde., lciraperii.&
2 chests Black Tea.
-A L S 0
Giniger, Peppmer. Spice, Ci n
iinmn, A utmiegs, saitpectre, t.noti
Cotton atnd Wool Unids, IBrass unund
Buckets. Painted iHuickes, Tiubs, Churcs,
Kjeelers. Willow wag:cocc and ('raudies.
\Vashoectds, Cocoa DUppers. Clothes Pino.,
Brooms. WVondeni liow-s, cvsn Stands, tiec
lows, Rtakes, I dcmz. ac3 tie, llziaoles, Uoi
tue .tl lls,Soap,n uzi on miloxes, aaeule isons.
Lloti r. Coun itry k'iotur, i oizaeco, i 00
Caps. Urindstoiies. smnibairgs, & inite
Lead, ,miader, opermc t. zndles,
Tallowt Unnules. Twinuce, Uast
inags. t'iith Chmis, &c., &c.
WAN TEUL-0.000 in. tL.LS W AX, for
,hich tihe igh~est cash price will be paid.
Edgehield Advertiser wili copy.--famburg
1W. Brandrethe UmiXs.
r p tE Ris ms not a man, 0:inian, or eimild,
bu ht should take tmedliemie ait this sea
on of tihe year, hut imore especially at this
hmesenit time; t'or there probambly were never sc'
nuncy causes existinig Ut one perimod as theme 'are|
ow, so likemy to pruoduce a sitte cii sicknes..
'he repeated chainges in time umosphere, by
actig as they .do ucpon the constmnu.ion, .mid
uality ,of bilood itself, give occasion for time
ost izial anid muahgniant disorders. Trie, bile
ecomes (anid otten withotany warning,) im a
nost acrunioncius coniditioni fromm ihe.-e repea
ed chanciges, and if the stomachm and boawels
ave beenm neglected pcreviouasly, time lirst s) mip
oms require immmediaite atmeniuon. Evenm thmise
ho have a healthy disposition ol body, mare
shjct to sick iess under these circumnstamees.
Therefore to prevent any danger, we ought
:areiiully to guard aginst a costive state ail
ur bowels. Unce or twice they should be
vacated ini twenmty-four hours. There are
iny causes whidh produce unmhealthmy blood;
s.metnei's it timay arise from gri, at others
whenm thme systemn is ini a state ofi hurnecss it-camn
uke place from-aniddenm joy ; close aipplication
tom a liteiry nuder takmng eau piroduce it--m all
ases wheme many persons have tco be seen and
spokeim to, whmich pcrodmicog nervous excite
ment, is ac fertile source ci nimheahby blomid cc
csining thati slow nervons fever whiichm has
carried oilY some of our best imetn, men mnartyrs
to their repiutation, but wimich a knowledge of
then powers of Blrandrethi's Pills would have
prevented. Tihose: whui desire to secure their
health, under alnost ay adverse circumcstan
es, canm do so by hiavi. g iBraindmreth's Pis on
had, and at onmce resurting to themi when thme
first feelings of disorder taxe~ place ini their bod-.
is.''As this advice is osed,so will thme health
be. The tmie will yet be whenm a man t .at
mkes a good medicine shall le honored imure
than lie w~ho is an adept in the art of war.
ETJ'he Pills are sold at Dr. BrandretLh's Of
ic, 241 Broadlway, N. York. Also, by Bland
r Butler, Edgelield C. H.; S. D. Clarke & Io.
Haburg; J. S. Sr D. C. Smyley, .Meetimg
Streei tV W M. Coleman.Ne w Market; Whklock,
Sullian S& Waller, Ujreenwood ; L: D. Alciri
nan. Cokesbury.. -
May7. - 5t 15
im We are authorized to announce
avi R. WILson, as a catndidate for ilme
aIe011cof l'az Collector, at the next eleci ion
P ROSPECTSU OF
The Carolina Baptist,
1",a prouposed to pubrdist' wiin this title
a Periodical; at Greenville. S. C., un.
der the editorial conduct of Rev. T. W.
PLAN AND OBJECT. -
The Now Testament Uhurch--its mem
bership-its government-its officers-its
order-its ordinances-its uniou-its gen
ins-its liws-its spirit-its -morals-its
.doctrine,'as understood and maintained by
Bapti-ts,-will claim primary attention in
the original arttcles pf the Carolina Baptist.
Our aini will be to develope, first, the
christian, and secondly, -the Baptist,. and
neither to merge the clhristian in the Bap
tist, no'r. to be less christIan because Bap
tist. in our- editorial bearing. Dignified
christiai courtesy io all men and-towards
all Jentominations of christians will be
studiou-ly mainntained, while a manly,
frank and independent avowal of our cher
ished views of revealed truth will beu'o
less marked. The golden mein hetwist
bigotry and latirndinarianism vill 'be our
aim. 'Tie Carolina Baptist will, as far as
its size, forn and period of issues will-ad
mil, be t Baptist Family Newspaper and
Library of Useful Knowledge to patents,
children, farmers. :iuisteis, deacons and
churches. as ,-ell as other classes of our
re-iders. its plan and object is to proja
gate truth -
The Carolnia Baptist- will be issued
monthlg, neatly printed on new type. in
quarto lorm, with three coumns on a page,
upon at doublemedium sheet, each num
ber cotiatnmg 16 pages, with a teatly ex
eented colored cover, with an index toeach
number and to each volume. This form
is suitable fur hinding. Single copies for
one year. $1 25 each, payable on the re
ceipt of the firsi number. Twenty five
copies one year. $25.. A similar discount
to Churches. Ministers or Agents.
I he first number will be issued as soon
as 1000 names shall he reported to the
Pu blisher's ollice, if done promptly. No
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To Baptist Churches.
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O. H. WELLS,
Puolisher and Proprietor.
April 18, 1845.
Tooth-ache Tooth-ache !
it. LAL uU NT'S ELl Xlit is a speedy,
certam, and tasting cure for the niost
t..iatui and distressing disease that can atfect
t1e hanaian frtae. in ailnist all Cuasses 4f
fo .th achec it arises arout a d,. cayed state of
ie puarts, wajiclt eXposes tox the actoon of thme
uttmosea.llertit ar, the neervue, or itiru,:, sturface
of tite ciaptoins or roattett tooth, attit a c-ire utmst
be etlected, either by extractiont or by renuder
ny~ tiatse ptarts a imperiotas to the acti a of' thte
Dr. Lacoiant's Elixir isa particttlatrly adapted
to dhestroy the nerve, withoitut thme slightest in-'
juary to the othaer teeth,, tad t herebv effect a
pearmanttent entre. Its apphecation a's not at
tnd' l by the slhghltest paint, ar iceuovetnience.
IIT launasandhs ta vec decla red that they would
tnat ate wathout this preparationt if' it cost $10
P'riae, 530 Cents.
For sale int Edgelield, lay
J. D. TIBBETT'S.
Slate of' Souith Carolina,
EDG EFI ELD) DISTItICT.
David Nic'holsona anad Wife ) Bill
anda others, rs for
Mtary Stcillet atnd otherr. Partiiona
I'appiea. ing to the' satisltactiott of thae Comn
tnissionaer that Phitip Steifi': Willitam Ste-i
fit'. attd ULflhuhts Trnslet or Taslet. and
iaury hais wife. (if living,) Defenadanxts in thais
stait. reside ont of thte limaits -of this State, ota
motion of Mr. Terry, Comap'ts. Solicitor, It is
ordered. that the said Defendamnts do plead, an-a
sw-er or demiutr tat the Complainants Bill withiti
alhree amnths frotm thte publicatotn of this order,
or the saidl bill wvill be taken pro cotnfesso
S. S. TOM PKINS, C. E. E. D.
Aprml9 3ma II
State of South (Carolinai.
Daniel Bloon. A pplicanit, )Summons
a. Gemaage Ibmr ma.d oth- in.
ers. Defenadatats. ) Partition.
~T ntppeatrinag tao -my sattisfacetiotn .that Johan
luon.Qenrge Elenbturg, larkin Eleanhnrg,
aahalh Elenburng. Adam antd Nichtolas Elenbuirg,
de'fendattu in the above stated case,,resides
n' itlhont thae limits of this State, It is theref'ore
ordered, that they dto appear tand object to the
divisioan ar sale of' lie Rteal Estate oft tieorge'
uorn, Sr., decease'd.on or before the fir'st iMona.
day ini Jnly next, or thteir cotnsent to the same
walt be entered~f-r'cord.
JOHUN tilLL,o0. K. 9.
Marcha 2G 3m
State of South Carolhna,
IN T'1 H E COMON PLE AS.
Nanicy Al. Otdlard. Exee'maix. vs. Dec'n. in
Entoch Bynae, liarmiati Hltist. Fair. At
and Wtm. H. Bytne. uachment..
j H EPlainiff'ina the -eaove stated cases haav
I inag this daty filed her declaritiont in .my
office, anad the defendanats having necithier wives
or attoarnteys kntown to be wiathina the limaitsofthis
State. otn whomta a coapy ol said dechasruations
with a rtule to plead can be served. It as there
fore ordered, that the said def'endants do plead
to thte staid declarations. within a year and, a
day from thte publicationi of -this order. or- fiuia
and absolute judgment will be awarded atgaims
T HOM AS G. BA CON, c. C. P.
Clerk's Oflice, 17th March .1845 ly -8
We are aut horized to announce GFaoRGE
J Snerrpaa ats a candidate for the oflice
of Tmax Chllector, at the naext election,
-Dec. 253 . tf
The United; Statrs. Jon
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SLtte of boulth Carolina.
IN THIE C'OMMON PLEAS
Robert RI Hunter, Dedarationain
S. ony Attachment.
V i 11E Plaintiffjin the above stated. case,
~Uhav-ing this.day fied thdiir Declarations .n
my'Office. and the Def'endanut having nio wife
or Attorney known to reside whiii the. mits'
of the State on whom a copy of'lha~ same wfla
a rule to plead can be served; 't-It is the ifore 4
Ordered" That the Def'endatappearmandplead
to the same withini a year and a day from theC
dlatehere-of or fintal and absolate judgment will
be awarded against him. -
THOMAS G. BACON, c. or.
Clerk's Office, 22d No". 1844. . - *
Nov.27 4.1 - :Jy
State of South-:Car'olina,-.
John B. Riotnntree- Declaialloift nForetgn
.5.5 - - Attach'ment. .
George Keppearj. .
H BE Plaintiff having this day filed be De
. charation in my office and the Defeucdant
having no wife or Attorney knoni a to be with,
-'in the State, on whotn a copy of the same, with
a rule to pleadecan be served: it is .Orderedi, ..
that the Def'endant plead te the said-Declai-a
tion withitn a year and a day, or final and abso.
lnte jtudgmaent will-be given againstihim.'-. -
TrH t MAS. C. BACON, csc.P
Clerk's Office, Nov. lith, 1844.
Ntv. 13. ly - 42.
tate of' South-T'ar~olina, -
--iN COWIMON PLEAS.
Job Grisham, --
vs. Attachment. .
A. W, Wiggins, -
vs. . . Attacuanent.
Elijah Byne. J
751UE Plaintiffs ini the above cases..having
U.this day fil-d -their declarationsin my of'
ficeand the D~ef'endant htavinig no wife or Attor
ney known to reside within the, limits'ofsthe
State, on wvhom a copy -of said- dealarations' -
with a rule to plead can be served >.It is there
fore ordered, that the -said Defendatt does
appear atnd plead to the said;declaratiois,'in a
vear'and a day frm''the date heiof, orfiinal
mnd absolute juadgmerit wvill.6e awvarded against
hint-by default. -
' . THOS. G. BACON,-ce.p
~ Clerk's Office, May 14, 1845. -]y' 6
.f(G' The' friends of Liecit. JatisB
H waIs, anniounce him as a candiderd for
the oflice'of tax Collectora .thie next dec