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A BEAUTIFUL SONOG.
The followingeloquent effusion, written by
our excellent friend, Judge Meek, and deliver
ed to a beautiful young lady, has been set to
zousic by a gentleman of this city.
COME TO THE SOUTH.
BY A. B. MEEE, Esq., Of TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA.
Oh! come.to the South, sweet beautiful one,
'Tis the clime of the heart,'tis the shrine of the
Where the sky ever shines with a passionate
And the flowers spread their treasures'of crim
son and snow;
Where the bieeze o'er bright waters, wafts in
And gay birds are glancing in beautyand song,
Where summer smiles ever, o'er mountain and
And the best gills of Eden unshadowed remain!
Oh, come to the South,
The shrine of the sun,
And dwell in its bowers,
Sweet, beautiful one.
Oh! conie'to the South, and I'll build thee a
Where winter shall never intrusively come,
The queen-like catalpa, the inirtle and pine,
The gold-fruited orange,the ruby-gemmed vin'e,
Shall bloom round thy dwelling, and shade thee
While birds of all music keep amorous tlne:
By the'gush of glad [fountains, we will rest us
No trouble to vex us, no sorrow to grieve!
Oh, come to the South,
The shrine of the sun,
And dwell in its bowers,
Sweet, beautiful one!
Oh! come to the South, 'tis the home of the
No sky like its own, can deep passion impart
The glow of its summer is felt in the soul,
And love keepeih ever his fervent control!
Oh, here world thy beauty most brilliantly
And thy life pass away, like some delicate
Each wish of thy heart shotuld realited be,
And this beautiful land seem an Eden to thee!
Then come to the South,
The shrine of the sun,
And dwell in its bowerr,
Sweet, beautiful one!
To the Editor of tIe Teeperasce Advocate.
Dear Sir :-l desire to make one or two
general remarks through your paper, on
the subject ofalcoho! as a medicinal agent.
I amt perfectly sensible that my, npinions
on this subject are of but minor import to
the general mates of mankind ; bu t, as Ii
have recently Iearned that certain state
ments made by mie, in relation to it. use i
in delirium tremens, in a public address
delivered soame time last spring, hav,- been
- misrepresented, it becomnes a matter of
importance to me, personally, that thosei
views should he correctly stated.
Tbere ure fewi cases oIf disease in which
the administrationl of elcoho! is required.
In fact, when we come so examinie the
views of :he most eminent and successful
practitioners and wiriters upon this sub-J
ject, we shalL. be surprised to fiud how
rarely it is recomendled, even by those who
do'not approve of the effor-ts of temperancei
.associations to banish its use entirely fromt
The following are some of the circum
etances under which I would use alcohol
as a medicinal agent.
1st. In cases of sudden depression of
the vital forces, resulting from accidents,
or other causes, in which the immediate
extinction of the vital spark is threatened,
and the usual applications have failed to
arouse the energies of the system. To
.bring about restoration in such cases, stim
ulauts ate required, and, from is prompt
action and diff'usive nature, alcohol is used.
Even here, it is restricted entirely to
bringing about reaction for, this once es.
tablisled, its administration not only be
comes injurious, hut if injudiciously urged,
will lead so fat al consequences.
. 2d. In cases of profuse and sudden loss
of blood. in wvbich the vascular system is
literally drained of the vital fluid, it my
be used to arouse the circulation, untiL
means can be adopted to arrest the further -
flew of blood.
.4d. In cases of surgical operations, in
wvhich the flow ofgblood cannot be com-I
manded entirely until the operation has
been completed. it may be used- to prevent
the -fatal: consequenees~ arising from the
great loss of blood.
4th. I eases of attempted suicide, by
cutting the thrnar' or stome large blood
vessel, it is oftenv absoluateay necessary to
administer alcoliol to arouise the heart to
action, and- prevent a- fatal termination.
And as such cases are always'sudden and
alarming, we are compelied'io resort to the
first powerfbl agent thatecn be-had.,
Confine alcohol, however, to- these'ca
ses, and 'it whil never pass beyond its le- ,
gitimate sphere of action: it willihen be
kept and vended, only~ by the sjiotbecary,
with other medicitnes,.an)d administered by |
- the physician. Thbe 4fdininistration of al
cohol in the treatment of deliriunt tiumens,
or whet is commonly called -'the horrors,"
I. do most unhesitatingly disapprove of,
belieiving from' my own' experience and
observation-, that -iris injnrious, and not so
vArtain2 or effectsal as she treatment with
out alcohol. if we place the two plans of
treatment on a par, and admit, for the sake
of argument, sa far as coring the imme
diate disease, that they'-are equally effica
CIOns, certainly no enlightened and philan
ment in adopting niin-alcbhlic treatment
as the safest and most efectual, as fat as
the fiture habits and welfare of his pa
tients are iobberned.
The above is d geherl statement of
views which will "deofubmy positien." I
honestly believe them to b' based 'pOn
facts, which will be borne.out by dbebtva
tion and experience, and which I hate re
peatedly avowed, and am willing, at all
times, ;o maintain and defend.
Veiy repectfully1 our ob't serv't,
F. M. ROBERTSoN.
-,fiarleston, S C., Aug. 14, 1845.
The Richmond Whig says that while
particulafcounties and neighborhoods will
fall aho't ohan adetiuate supply of corn,
the aggregate lrop in the State of Virginia,
lb conjunct ion with the large supplies of
the old crop which still remain 'on hand,
especially below tide-water, will liot only
be ample for home consum'ptio, but yield
a large surplus for coast transpor'tion.
ProsPerity.bfHamburg.-The hamn urg
Journal of the 3rd instant, says: it gives
us pleasure to set forth the receipts of our
flourishing city from the 1st September,
1844, until be 1st Sbytember. 1845, which
have been as follows ;
73,698 bales of Cotton, avel-a
.ging 350 lbs per bale, at $17
4,120-barrels Flour, average
pice, $4 per barrel, 16480
345,000 lbs. Bacon, at 6 cts. 20,700
Spirit of the People,-A rumor was
circulated in Philadelphia on Tuesday or
Wednesday, that Mexico had declared
war against the United States. It produ
ced consid'erable excitement-which be
,an to manifest itself in a manner that was
worihy of the Anidan spirit.. Take one
remarkable example. Gen. Patterson. of
Philadelphia, well known throughout the
country for the manly and elevated chat'
ater which he bears, eame on to Wash
ington on Wednesday lest, says the Union,
and offered his services to the government
in case of a declaration of war. We un
derstand that 6000 volunteers might be
calclated on from Philadelphia.and its
viinity i and that the Keystone State
lone might furnish 30,000. Such is the
patriotic spirit of the Americans at thir
ime, without regard to party distinctious.
[t is the spirit wbichashould animate the on
satire people of the United Siates. It would
-use tha valley Of the Alississippi at
)nce; and the difficulty would really be,
3o how many soldiers should march under
he eagles of the republic, but how many
hould remain at hbtdie.-Balt. Stin.
Drafts on the Militia.-We understand,
says the Georgetown Advocate, that the
;overnment intends occupying our fortifi
:ations along the Seaboard. in the absence
f the regulars, by drafts from our unin
'ormed militia. This will form a fine
chool for our ambitious and patriotic com
The Townly estate in England, for
ivhich heirs are wanted, iq said to be
vorth A4,000,0000 There is- a famtly in
Maryland which traces its descent direct
rom the female brancr of the Townly
lamify of England--Patriof.
Diazmonidu in North Carolina.-The
Wilmington Chronticle asys,--'At a late
meeting of American geologists In New
Baven, Conn., Professor Shephard ex
pressed the opinion that both diamonds
ad platina will be found in' abundanc~e in
he gold region of this State, and also ini
outh Carolina and Georgia. This opin
on he pre~dicates upon the faer that elastic
adstotne has been discovered in somte of
he Western counties of this State, Burke
md Buncomnbe, and in the other States
iamed. and where this is found, it is a ge
ogical indication of the presence of the
D~iamonds or Platina. Iii HallI county.
Georgia, one pet fect diamond has 'een
ound in one of the gold washing d-epos
ts. worth thirty five dollars, and another
was broken in pieces by the workmen."
The Mission to Russia.-H on. Aildison
Garditner, Lieut. Grve~rnor of New York,
is been offered by President Polk the
Mission to Russia, but has declined it.
At the Inst session of the Pcnnsylvania
egislture a law was passed with a view
:o punish the crime of seduction. The
rst caso under this law was tried at
Farrisburg, a few days since, and result
id in the conviction of a Mr. Todd, for
he seduction of a Miss Early. He was
entenced to one year's imprisonment in
he county prison, in solitary confi:.ement,
tad to pay a fine of one hundred dollars
md the costs of prosecution.
Wealth in England -T he various bills
ipplied for at the present session of Par
iament, for objects of internal improve
nent, give an idea of the wvealth ef Eng
and and of the enterprise which that
velth calls forth. The works contem
lated by these bills involve an expendi
.re of the enormous sum offour hundred
miety twoo millions, eight hundred and
hiriy-four thousand, four hundred and
ifts siax dollars. Of this sum upwards
( $400.000,000 are for railways, in ad
litiotn to those in active woring-the re
ainder beiug for canals, water-works,
'erries, bridges. &c. And all this in a
:outry, the public debt of whbich amounts
o four billions of dollars.
Yes!. And all this in a country where
iousands are famaishing for a morsel of
readi Wealthy countries are where huge
aggregationsof- capital are heaped up in
few- hands; while the mrasses' are reduced
to' deplorable misery and' destitution;
pooeotattries~are where wealthi is gener
ally distributed and the people' are con
ented and happy. Which is to be pre
erred ?-United Slates- Journal.
FNorida .sverglades.-The labots of
the surveyors who have recently been in
the Southern portions of Florida seem to
demozimtrate the correctness of the opin
ions of all who have carefully examined
the subject, have.antermained upon the
practicability of draining the Everglades.
They are found to be considerably above
en l aval af sa~ an.. it. is supposaned~
that an enlargement of the'Isiatiii, and
other rivers flowing from them into thc
Atlantic, will drain the water fron mill
ions of acres. If this be ever done, Sdutl
Florida will indeed be the :garden of out
country; for; in addition to its adoptiot
to the culture of tr..pical fruits and hemp,
this immense tract will afford, uroequallec
advantages of soili; hmate and positio[
of sugar, cotton, rice; and tobacco plan
tors.-Key West Gazelle.
IMPORTANT DiszovERY-Bo Es OF IV
IMMENSE MASTODON FoUNU.
On the 12th inst. the remains df ab im
mense Mastodon were disoyered abeul
12 miles West of the village of Newberg
N. Y., by a number of workmen engagec
in digging out marl. The editor of tbt
Newberg Courier, who in company wilt
Dr. A. J. Prime, was present when thi
monster Was exhumed, furnisies. the fol.
lowing interesting facts: _
It is the fourtu skeleton of the mam
moth discovered in this country. and,
'mbfeoer, the largest, as wel 'as the ouly
coinplete one. The skull alone weigh..
1001 bb The tuske are over nine feet long,
Across tie hip bones he measures about'?
feet. The position of the animal at death,
was clearly discernable. He had evi
dently become nmired, and' had settled
down on bis haunches; with- his fore legi
spread out. and in this posture he wag
found. Under the vertebri; the contenti
of his stomach wsere found to the amount
of several bushels, and consisted of loaves,
twigs and fraguents of the branches ol
trees, crushed and broker up. As the re.
mains were found imbedded-in dhell marl,
all this was entirely evident. His huge
animalship has beeu visited by bundredt
of persons, and those who have'seen the
various skeletous heretofore -discovered;
united in representing this as unquestion.
ably the "old bull" of the herd-. kerejs
a godsend for the naturalists of our day.
Another singular circumstauce connected
nith this resurrection, is thi while the
excavations were being made, a large
tooth was found which is prodioudhed, by
those who profess to be skilled in such
matters, the tooth of a walrus,.
We obitalued the dimensions of some
of the larger bones, which are is follows.
Length of the skull, 3 feet 10 in.
Between the eye sockets, 2 " 1 "
Width of occipit, 2 " 7 "
Length of Tusks, 9 6 4 6
Circumference of Tusks, 0 "9j"
Shoulder blade, length 2 3
Width " 2 " 4 "
Length of humerus, . 3 " 1 i
Diam. head of humerus, 1 "
Lth. spineous process bk. bone 2
Whole diam. of Pelvis, 6 " 4
Pelvic orifice-both diam. 1 1'
Weight of' thigh bodies, 56 lbs.
The animal was -apparently of great
age. This we infer from theteaormous
length and size of the Tusks, and the fact
that some of the bones which iti younger
animals are separate, seem to have grown
firmly together. This opinion is likewise
coufirmed by the loss of the fiopi tooth in
each row. The remaining.'teeth are,
however, in a perfect state of preserva
tion. The tusks. as is at1e.4ho case.
began to criibte as soon as the air struck
them, and in a few hours fel mostly in
The two bones of the forb leg wvhen
set up with the shoulder blade on the cop,
measured about eight feet thigh. The
heightof the animal any one can guess from
themeasuremnenits-the width ofihe hips was
about sevetn feet, and le probably weigh
ed ten tons.
All the long bones have been found er
cept otie of the small bonies of the hind
leg. (a fibula) and two or three of the
false ribs- Trhe. fldlowing is a list of the
Skull and lower jaw, thiry vetebre or
back bones, two shoulder blades, two fore
logs, pelvis entire, two hihd legs ex.cept
ono bone, 35 ribs, two bones of the
tOn'gues, (hoyd boties) breast bane and
about two busshels of the boses of the feet
&c., and the tail.
Length of the animal, 33 feet
Weight of head and tusks, 092 Ihis
" shoulder blades. 84
" hip bones, 167
4 fore legs, 180
-' hind legs, 164
-" ribs, 120
" back and neck bones, 197
4 feet and othior bones, 383
Whole number of pieces of hon as, 220.
The animal at some period of his lihe
had appar-ntly been injured in his aide.
Four of his ribs had been broken; cite of
which had hiealed, two were grown rast
together, and one had not healed, remain
inig loose at both ends.
Abounitwo feet below the bones of the
Mastodon, in the mud was found the tooth
of a WValrus, a fact of greater interest io
naturalists, probably, than to our readers.
It may be proper to state here, that .the
Mastodon was not,- as is often thoughi, an
antideluvian animal, but of probably on
ly a few centuries back.
State of South- Carolina,
BARN WELL DIS TRICT.
UiIL LIAM J. NIJX80N,-who is now ini the
VCUstody oh tln' Sheriff of BanWell Dis
trict, by virtme of a Writ of Capias ad Salis
faciendum, at the suit of L. W. Bites, having
petitioned the Honorable the Judges' of the
Court of Common Pleas. that lhe may be ad
mitted to the bensefit oflth Acts of the Generali
Assembly, made for the relief of Insolvent
Debtors. It is, therefore ordered-,that the said L.
W. Bates, and aii others to whom the said Pe.
titioner is in any wise indebted, be,'and they are
hereby sunmmned, and 'have notice to appeat
before the said Judges at the said Court. to be
holden at Barnwell, on the fourth Jimday irl
October next, to shew cause, if any they can
why the said Petitioner sfiould not have the
praye'r-of his petition granted.
Ohficeeof Common Pleas;'
Barnwell C. H., I4th July,'45
ORASMUS D. ALLEN, c..c. 7.
July 23 . 12t 27
flONE or Two. of the most desirabli
~Store Roomsin the village of Edge
field, suitable for Dry'Goods, Merchant Tailor
Grocery or Drug Stores.' Possession givet
immediately. M. FRAZIER.
.iniv 0 tf 27
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of John
D. Raifbrd, late of this District, are re
quested to make immediate payment, and all
*iaving any demands against the said Estate
will hand them in, according to law, by the 25th
of December next, at which time the subscri
ber desires to close up the Estate.
ELIJAH WATSON, Adm'r.
April 9 11
State of South Carolina.
EDGE FIELD DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMUN PLEAS.
s. Dec'n, in Attachment
vs. Declaration in
Enoch Myte - I utachment.
and iarman Hust. j
vs. Declaration in Attachment.
vs. Decla'n. in Attachment,
vs. Dec'n. in Attachment.
Harmon Alust. .
vs. D ec'tio*t in Attachmont.
Benjawin t:. Gillstrap,)
vs. Declaration tn
Enoch Byne and Auactunent.
Elijah Myne, J
Andrew Kerr and )
Johu berr, I Declaratiod
Survivors. > in i
Enoch yle. J
James S. brown, 1 Declaration
Enoch Dyne and ( Attachmnet.
Harmon Hlust. J
U. B. Miller,
vs. Dec. in Attachment.
Reers & Hope,
vs. Dec. in Attachment.
John Rogers, I
vs. Dcclaration in
Enoch Byne and Attachment.
Elijah Dyne. J
vs. Decla'tion in Altackc'mt.
John W. Itheney,
*,' Declaration ia
Enoch Byne and Attachment.
Harmon Hust. J
Thomas G. Jordan,
Vs. Declaration in
Enoch Dyne and Attactiment.
Win. D. Stone, )
State of South Carolina.
J. W, Stokes. Declaration in
P. I. Rooney. Attaclimeia.
Ti HE Plaiitif-s in the above stated cases,
having this day filed their declarations
in my office, and the defendants having no wii
orattorney known to reside within the limite of
the State, on whom a copy of the same with a
tule to plead can be served - It is therelore
ordered. that the defandant appear and plead
to the same within a year and a day from the
day hereof, oi final and absolute judgmeit will
be awarded against him.
THU8 G. BACON, c. c. j.
Clerk's Office, 22d Nov. 1844.
Nov. 27 44 - ly
State of South Carohi .
vs. : Declurat ion in
Enrich Byne and Attachment
Harmon Hust. 3
Henry S. ioadley, 3 Declaration
vs. I in
E noch By ne. J Attachment.
t 1~ HE F-laintis in the above cases, hauving .
3 tits day filed their Declarationzs in mil;
oflice.and-the Delendancts having eneither Wives
nor Attorney's known to reside within the
limits of~ the State on whom a copy of samen
yedhisrations with a rule tee plead cani be ser
ved: It is thierefoire ordered, that the said De
tendasdeo appear aind plead te, the samns dec
larationis within a year anid a day from the date '
hereof, or final aned absolrte judgmiaet will be
awarded against them by deieuert.
THOS. G. B5ACON, c.c. p.
Clerk's Office, May 6th, 1845. 1ti6
May 14 l
State of South (arolinla.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Benj. F. Landirum, bearer, Declai ion
Richard Allen. Attachment.
S3 H E Plaimtiffs in the atenve steeted case
I having this duay filed his Declarationr ma my
Otline and the Defendnet havinag no wife 3r.
attorney known to reside within the limits at
the Staite on whom a copy of the same with a
rule io plead can be served. It is therefor e Or
dered, that he appears and plead t: the same.
within onie year and a dlay from the date hereot.
or final and absnlhtte judgment will be an' arded
THOMAS G. BACON, c. c. p.
Clerk's Office 21st Nov 1844
Nov.27 44 ly
State of South Carolina,
John B. Rounetree, Decianation in Foreign
George Keppeart. Attachment.
T5i H E Plaintiff having this day filed ''s De
.claration in my eoffice anad the Defeenda'tt
having no wife or Attorney know nm to be with
in the- State, on whoem a oy of the same, with
a rule to-'plead can be served: it is Orderein,
that tho Defendant pleadl te the said Declara
tion within a yeur'andl a dlay,oat finmal and abso
late judgment will be givensagaintst him.
T HOM AS C.-BACON c.c. P.
Clerk's Office. Ntov. 11th, 1844.
Nov. 13 Iy 4'2
State of south i at oha.
IN T HE COMMON PLE AS.
John B. Gorden
Joseph MI. Perry.
A e.Lavtn Attachment.
Joseph M. Perry
T"HE Plaintiff's hairing this day filed
Jtheir Dalrations in tbe above stated
cases in my eficlie. It is therefore, Ordered,
that the Defenidant do appear and plead to
the said Declarations within a year and a
day f'rom the date hereof, or'in default
thereof final and absolute jumdgmen~ts will
be given and awarded againist the usaid
-Defendant in heth 'lhe abmove statedl cases.
T HOS G. B ACON. c. c. p.
'Clerk's Office, 28th April,i84-5.
Apnril 30 14 ' 1v
The -tate of South Carolina,
IN THE COMR. ON PLAS.
Alsey Mobley, Lewis Mobley, Declaration
Sineo Jay. Atuachment.
T*'IE Plainul's who by leave of the
Court, ws re allow ed to plead theirdenand
against the Defendant have this day filed their
Declaration against-the said zimeon Jay, and
he having no wife or Attorney known to re
side in this State upon whom a rule to plead,
with a copy 'of said Declaration could be
served. Ordered, that the said bimeon do
plead to this Declaration within a year and
a day, orfinaljudgmentwili be awarded against
THOMAS G. BACON, c. c. P.
Clerk's, Office, 22d Nov. 1844.
Nov. 27 44 ly
S outh t'arolina,
EDG ikkLD ulsiRICT
N TIk UAIMJUA rJ,' AN.
hanu .u. uinsard, LICeCba. Is. ,Dec' ill
tuuca iyli, uaraUls Unatiti. A7 r. AtL
alu ., UJ. 11. 3 sic. .XnU1e,,t.
iA -'auaL su tu Ll al lu ta tSled aarS Iav
sdra tal. ua"y nelu utr declar,[uonf Sn )
uiiAs., 41nd Use Uctletjibufts la sing neltilei wives
or atwlIse)a biuunLU tobe wtiaLn s Wuitalts ol this
D4te, ou nsuus 4 Copy ot sau declaustioua
niILn al use ts Pseau Cts ta servedl: it is there
lot cruceou, tlhat Lie anid detenuants do plead
to tue saiu uecianLuiUoUs, Witioun a year aad a
day trot" Lue spubuicatsus of tUils oirier, or fil.ai
anuu ansLUte juiguiseUt will no awarded agalas
THuM1A U.i. BACON, c. c. P,
Lleil 5 tthue,1sst al,sNunth Impu J e
State of bouth t arolina,
LDUFIisLD DIS '1'RI C1'.
Nancy itry sol, Applieasnt,
aguainst W s. h1eynolds, V .
Reynolds, andu isers, Drl't,.
' T appearig to liy saisittnul, that John
JKeyolds, one of the Defendants, resides
without tile limlits of '.his State, it Is therelore
oruered, that he uo appear and object to the
division 4or sase of the Real Estate of ThOmnas
Keyiolds deceased, oh, or belbie the z1xth day
of October ntext, or his coosentto Qie iame will
be enteted of record.
JOHN HILL, c. E. D.
July 2 12t 23
State of South Caroliia.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
vs Harmon Hust Attachnent.
and Enioch Byne.
Moor, &. Daiis,
Emily H. Tubian,
IF IN H E Plaintiffs in the above cases, having
this day filed their declarations in my
office, and the defindants having neither Wives
or Attorncys known to resaide within the limoits
4f the State, oi whon a copy of said declara
no41u with a rule to plead can be served: It is
theefore oirdared. that they do appear and
plend to said declarations within a -year and a
day from the date hereof, or in deftault thereof
gainist them. THOdr. G. BACON,c. c i.
May 12. 18145 ly 16
L ate of South Carolinia.
IN THE UJMMUN PLEAS.
Bierry Rodgers, vs Enoch Byne) Dec n in
and For. At
Elijahl Byne. taichment
Cress & Turpin, Declaration in
vs. .Foreigni At
the sa.snc tachmient.
H "lE P'laitin's having this day fired
thaeir declaraitions tn the aho\ e stated
aseis in my etice, ansd the dlelenlansts
im' ing~ neit aer n ives or at torneys known,
.o he withiti the lhmits ol thuis State, ont
Ahomfl a copy of said declarationis with a
-ite to plead casn be served :It is ordered.
:hatt te said defenidants dho plead to the
aid declarations. withmt a yearand a day
'romn the publicaition of this order, or tiinal
md abstolu:e judgment will be awarded
T HOS. G 'B WON, c. c. v.
Clerk's Office. 17th Mlarch, le45 e ly
:tate ol South &. arolina,
IA i;OMOIIlU PLEAS.
vs. ~ . Attachment.
A. W, Wiggins, 'I
vs. > Attachment.
lilijah Blyne. J
v' j H1iI6 Piainti1s in the absove casses having
un lss day fib-d tileir declaraiuas in my oh
ice. anid the uefenidanthaviig no w.it e or Attor
sey Kmnown to I. side wi itinin the linits or thte
state, oni whom a copy of said deauratnons
with a rule to plesad can be served : t is ihere
fore ordeied, that the said Delenidanits does
sppsear and pLead io the saiu dueclaratioms..Ln a
cur stnd a day from the date hsereof. or final
itd absolute judgmemt wtil be awarded agantist
sins by default.
TH0S. U. BACON, c C. p:
Ulerk's Otlice, Masy 14, 18f45. ly 16
State of South Ctarollina,
IN CUMMUiW P1bhk.A
Davis IB. sladley,
Joseph .'.. Perry.
Jossept 31. Perry.
'ai H E Plaintiffic in the above cases, htavini2
tis day filed theIr declarations in iiy oh
ficy, and the Defendants hsaving nteithuer W ives
or Attornteya knowns to reside within ithe hiunits
of the State, on whom a copy of said declaisa
tions, with a rule to ple~ad can be served: It is
therefore ordered, that the said Defenidants do
appsear aiid plead to the said declarations nv ithina
a year and a day from the date hereof, or in
defauki thereof final and absol utejudgment wil
be awarded against thema.
TH O)S. G.BACON, c. c. p.
~Clerk's Office, May 12, 1845
May 14 . ly 36
I S bereby given that application will he
mtad- at the next sitting of the Legi.
laiure tn make a pu~blic road'. of the roa.'
ending from the five notch to Moors' roa:d
.1ly9 3 m 249
The Chiarleston Evening -ews
BY J. N. CARDOZO.
A N Evening Paper; with the above' title,
will be published daily, in this city. on the
1st of October next, if a stafficient number of
subscribers can be obtained to warrant the -an
It will include the uualquantityof-politicil,
commercial and slipping intelligence. found ini
daily journals of its size, and embrace-such .e
lections as are most-interesting id .attractive
to'the general reader. It is a'most'0seissary
to state. that on all public questioins invoilving
the rights and ihtei-ests of South, arolinirthd
conductirofthe "Evening News'. will be funne
at the post of duly; while itis nearly supeBus
ous to adid, that its colnmns will be-free frou
every species of personality, or of remark offen
sive to the taste of a community with. the .re
finement -of manners thit characterizestheI peo.
To medt the public desire for a cheap daily
journal, and to approach as nearly as possible
to the principle of cash payments,-in conduct
ing this paper. the-Evening:News" will-be
fu rished to subscribersat 6 per aium, pay
able half yearly, or, 5O centa per monthipaya.
ble monthly.. Advertisements will be insedted
at the rate of 50 cents perasquare forthisfirst
insertion. and 374 cents for each sceeding
insertion. For all advertisementsi of lines
and under. the charge -will be 25 cents.-The
"Evening News" will be- of the meditiisize
of publiejourrali,. will be ptinted with a neat
type and on good paper.
A tri-weekly paper will be issuel at $4ver
annum. payable in advance.
- Subscription lists are left at'the C "iered
Mercury Offices, and at the diffren Boinkand
New Wet kly Paper in Charles.
P ROSPECTUS OF THE CHARLES.
TON MIRROR-A WXS3Lr JOUn1a,
devoted to the advancement tof the Temperance
Cause and General Literature, to be published
in this city as soon a! a sufficient'numbdrsfor
subscribers shall be obtained. - - -
The subscriber proposes (should a sufficient
number of names be obtained to.'warradt the
-undertakirig ) to establish in this city, a Weekly
Paper. devoted to the cause of Tempernce,
Agricultnre and General Literature. . - :
In a large and popnlous. cty like oui, em.
braci g so large a field of Tempeanepie. -
Rates with three tor four: flourishing sociities
devoted exclisively to the.advancement of
the cause, it would scarcely seem unreasonable
to predume. that. with propei-effort, i sufficient
proportion of patronage. might be secured, jo
warrant the permanent establishmentof# news
paper which would seive as an organ of the
views and sentiments of the temperahie com
munity, as well as a repository of select mis
cellany for the entertainment of the -teqeral
With the exception of the religious presjwe
have not a single-weekly paper in Cbarleston,
while in many of our northern cities, they-are
noi only iiii,umerable, but well supported.
Surely, then, we can sustain one!
It is proposed to dedicate a portion o'is col
umins, to the - publication of commercial and
othei intelligence. Embracing such of the cur
rent news of the day, as may be. afforded by
original contributipus and appropiiateselec.
tions. The literary columns will comprise'a
series of essais, tales, sketches,&.c., a portion
of wbich will be written expressly for ;he Mir
ror The editor has already secured the aid -
of a nmnber of zealois and active 'members of
the Charleston Tojal Abstinsenci. Society-ho
will contribute fieqi.endy to its pregei;'aswell
as that of seteral of our most popo svriters
by whose valuable co-oprationhe basJ)ereto.
fore h ann hie in h ' a
ment of the readng communty..
~ The rate of annual subscription wl fixed
at two dollars. Those who.may -prefer tosb
scribe for a shorter period will be lurniida at
twenty-five cents per monih. Advertisements
w~ill be inserted at twenty-five-'cents per square
of twelve litnes.
The paper will correspond in size- to the
other Charleston weeklies. The mechanical
execution will be regulated so as to give per.
Subscription lists may be fouind at the Cou.
rie-r, Mercury and Pairiot offices, andat.- the
H all of the Charleston Totai Abstinence Soci
ciety, Meeting street. -E WI - -ROT
July3 0 tf 17
State Of Southi Carolina.
- EL)GFIELDJ DISTRICT.
Wattianm Brunson anid Catharine' Summons
Cox aind thers, Appl'ts., vs. - in
Cailv in Cox anid others, Def'is. ~ Partition.
'T '1up~pearmig to m'y satisfaction, that Cal
vin, Cox,Odiim Cox, the children of Nancy
Ford, fortmerly Cox. Peggy Cook, formerly
Cox, Asa Odom, son of Gil liam Cox, Defend
ants in the above stated case, iasside without
the limits of this State, it is therefore' ordeted,
that they do appear and object to the division
or sale of the Real Estate of Sualomon Cox,
deceased, on or before the sixth day of October
nuext, or their consent to the same- witl be en
tered of record. --
JOHN HILL, 0. E.D.
July 9 Sm4
Staite of 8outh (Carolina.
- Andrew Cna/son,
Francis W. Verth, vs. - Foreign
Enoch Bytne, Elijah -Attachiment.
Byne.' H armon -.
Andrew Carsoti, as. Declaration in For-,
the same. eign Attachntt.
Ti H E P'laintif's in the above stated cases,
Ahaving this day filed their Declarations in
my Offic'e, and the Defendants having, neither
no wife or Attorneys knownto resid'ewithib the
limlits of the State on (whom a copy of thesame
wvithe a rule to plead can be served; "'It is
therefore. Ordered" that the Defeindantappear
and plead to the same within a year and aday
from the day hereof.or final and absolute judg
ment wilt be awarded a inst-them..
T HOS-8 .-BACON,.o. c. c.~
Clerk's Office March 17th, 1845. ly 8
State Of South C'arolina~
. EDGE FJELD DJSTRICT.
C. J. Glover, . Declaration i
s- Foreign - Atad A
James H . Han ison. nt
The Same, )Declaration in Foreign A*.
UH E Plaintiff:i the above stated cases hat
Ding this day filed his dectarationsit my
office, anti the defendantsahavint no wife or at
torneys known to be witihin the- limits of-tiii
State, on whom a c6py of said deelarationsa
with a rule toi plead can be ser ved.: Itis there
tote ordered, that the said defendantsdO lb
to the said declarations, within . ei aada
nn'id absolute jurdgment will buawarded agains~
them. - THOS..G BACON. e u.
- Clerk's Office, Oct.31, 1844: Jy. 41
(Q* We are authoqrized'to annpQ.utIe I
'.1 Gant. Esq., uis a ~cardidate.l
Ordinary of Edtgejseld PS~t.fict,- t the~
next election.-- ---