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nTIe SAW THAT WINE WILL CHEER
Az-' Tis said that absenes conquors love.
'Tis said that wine will cheer the heart.
But oh! believe it not;
Touch not the cup, 'twill leave a smart,
Which ca fant bh, forgot.
The wine cnp as it passes round,
Is hailed with jovial cheer,
But soon, alas, is changed the sound.
Th - smile becomes a tear.
Too many hearts have felt the sting,
That lurks wi:hin the bowl;
And many hearts it yet will wring,
Who heed not its control.
But take the warnings ere too late,
And leave the cup of wo,
And seek a heter, happier fate,
Than wine can ne'er bestow.
Nature has g'v;--t in* plentuons streams,
The beve acge of the rose,
To drink the dew .that on them gleams,
The flowers their leaves unclose.
--Then why shonid ye not drink the same,
And'leave the ruby wine,
Itwill not rob thee of thy name,
Nor leave thy heart to pine.
From a New York Paper.
DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND.
When there is a scarcity of natural pig.
eons, sporting men, by way of keeping
their hands in, occa-ionally pluck one an
other. A rich case of this kind, in which
two of the fraternity, one a Southernor and
the other a New Yorker, figured pretrv
conspicuously. occurred in this city last
week. We give the facts as related to u4,
indeed they watt no application. Tie
whole sporting world of Gotham, has had
a pain in the side for several days past, in
consequence of the paroxysms of laughter
in which it was thrown by the denouement.
We omit the natmes of the parties, t,ut in
other respects the statement may be relied
on as full and faithful.
It appears that in the city last week, r.
-, of South Carolina, an "upper crust"
gambler, arrived in town, with pi-eniy of
the Auid, for. the purpose of leting on the
approaching race between Peytonia and
Fashion, and of picking up any thing ver
dant thai mieht come in his way. Soon
after'latiding frui the Philadelphia hoat,
he wended his way to a well known res.
taurat in Park Row, where blacklegs most
do congregate, and for the purpose of meet
ing some .of his old acquaintances, atnd
making professiontal inquiries. He had
just lighted his cigar, and was in the act of'
raising a glass of brandy and water to his
lhps, when the flash of a larne jewel on tile
finger of one of the craft who was per
forming the samne operation, arrested his
'That's a fine diamond,' exclaimed the
* Southerner, setting down his tumbler, and
stoopitng forward to obtain a closer view of
'Yes,' remarked the other, carelessly,' it
ought to be , I gave five hundred dollars for
it, and got it cheap at that. I vish I had
the value of it now, though, for I got reg
* ularly cleaned out at --', Barclay st.,
* What'll you take for it cash down,'
said the Southerner, who, like most of htis
tribe, wvas fond of showving bijouterie, raid
having a p.acket full of rocks, felt remark
' Well,' said the New York land shark.
speaking slowly, and taking a ptufl'at his
cigar at every second word, ' as I want
money and you are a pretty clover f.-llow,
I don't care if I let you have it at four hua
dred and fifty dollars.'
Say four hundred, and it's a liargaiu.'
* 'V* elI, as it's youi, the. half hundred do!
tors siban't spoil a trade. You shall have
The ring was transferred and the .nonby
paid. By this timethe parties had he
come the centre of a little knot of knowing
* . ones~upont whose faces sat a sobering cx
all gamblers, isagood physiognomist, per
ceived . and did not relish. When the
- tratnsaction was completed, his keen ear
caught the sound of a sniggering whisper,
whbich ran round te little circle, and he at
once concluded-that he. was done. He
showed DO symptoms of suspicion, how
ever, but called] for chamtpaign. treated the
company, declared himself delighted n iih
the purchase. and bidding his friends good
* evening, left the place Proceediung to the
tore or.su eminent-jeweller in Broad way,
hie placd- the ring on the counter and
asked the value of 'that brilliant.'
The jeweller loomked at him and smiled.
'It is paste,' said he, 'and wvorth about 50
Have you ,a real stone about the same
sizeia~id shape ?' laid the Southerner.
* 'I have, was the reply. and -a beautiful
table diamond, of which . the 'nmock-stone
,eemed-.a-Jacr simiie,. was'produced
The pricet was four-hutidred dollars- The
Southerner then exclaimed that he wished
* . to borrow-it for a few (lays, and would
cave-the vailue in the jeweller's htands un
it it wasreturned, atid pay t wenty efr
be iuse of it. :The proposition was agrecd
to, thesreal.diamond sut bstitutedJ - for - the
-ounterfelifa'nd the Southerner left the
* ~On .the nextgr~vening he- paid another
-isit to the -restaurat, and found the old
harty assemblted. ~They all began to gotiz.
im, declaring that he had been regularly
dollar, &c. . The fotrmer owner of the.
-trinket appearing to enloy the joke more
than -the rest. - *. -
- - 'Well; gentlemen,' said the supposed
~<dupe, eith a self sulficieut air, 'yon may
think *haet you please ; I know its a- dlia
.monmi. I've not to be taken in so easy a.
you think for.- I'll bet a hnared dollars
that this is areal -brilliant.'
The bet was taken up in an instant, the
othersffered to th6'amount of five or six
hundred, dollars more, all whicb were as
promptly met by the Southerner. The
stakes being put up. out sallied the sports
man to find a jeweller. The first they
questioned pronounced it a fine diamond
and worth from four to five hundred dol
lars; so baid the next, and the next. The
betters stood agnast !-it was a real dia
mond, and no mistake ; and as the South -
erner pocketed the 'ln.' he coolly observed
I Itold you gentlemen, I had travelled
The following day he took the- stone
back to the jeweller of whom he had br
rowed it, and had the composition conu
terfeit replaced in the ring, and in the
evening he sought the restairat for the
third time. The same set were there, but
looked some' hat crestfallen. After joking
with them fosr some time, our hero gravely
addressed the cute geutlemn-n from whom
he had purchased the ring, after this
* Well, my :ear fellow, I have had my
laugh out of-ytu ; I don't want to rob you,
and I don't nanti he ring. Marguand has
offered me three hundred and fifty dollars
for it ; you shall have it for two hundred
anti fifty dollars. and you can go to him
to morrow if you like, and make a cool
bundred out of it.'
The ofier was too tempting to be refused.
Tlteshark hmit, and the Southerner recei
ved in o hundred and fifty dollars worth of
gold, and the sharper fity cents worth of
paste. The next morning the Carolinian
v as nonest inventus ; and the over-reached
sharper 1ound lying on his iable a beautiful I
note, sealed with perfumed wax, and
st-nped with a figure of Mercury,- the I
G'.d of thieves. On removing the envel
ope, the note was found to contain only
three words, viz: "Diamond cut. Dia
I'his vias a puzzle ; hut the first jeweller
to whom our ' eporting friend' showed the
ring explained the mystery. The victim,
unable to bear up against the ridicule
brought upon him by this denouement has
left the town for a few weeks on urgent.
THE STOLEN KISS.
OR THE P tTILOSOPHY (OF MAThIt:ONT.
The ibe5lowing anecdote, related of u
highly respected and talented clergyman,
now prraching wit ihi the vicinity of Lynt,
M ., is from the Messenger, publtshed in
that tov n. It appears that this clergy
mau had beet settled for sotne iitne, and
had got pretty nell long in years, when
he became cotscious that, in refirence to
worjdly tmatters, theto yet enained one
thing tneedful to give him-tuat weight of
character which it was desirailIe he should
ios--s,, and al-in to embraee if not to per
fecihi4 eartlily felicity, viz: a helpmate.
Immediately.o. the conception of tLis idea
tie beaan anxiously to loult about; but
having nieglecmed this important matter so
long, as night have been expected, he im
bibed-nmany of those strango and ujac
countaile notions, se peculiar to the single
blessed of either sex, after they had at tain
ed a certain age ; and these opera:ed to his
disadvantage in such wise,'that he found
it extremely difficult to select onte at whose
side he thought he coutld, without any
-retrful torebodings,' stand befibre the bar
Now it becatne known to the damsels
routtd about here, how .Mr. - was
then circuttstatnced, attd many there were
who would fain have relieved his embar
ntent. Some joined his c.hurch , and matny
more were seen to blush like the first rose
of summtier, if, in the progress of his dis
pensation fromn the pulpit, he should dro'p
his eyes towards the pew in which thmey
were seated-though of course they dare
not acknoniletdge even ttt themselves any
thing particular, because of the great doubt
relative to the vice versa of the case.
Bitt to make a short story shtrter;
Travelling into town one night about dark,
Parson - had occasimn to call at the
mansion tof an esteemed parishioner, who
amonung "ther worldly poss5essitons, had two
or three as fine daughters as ever graced
the county of Esstex. He had stcarce
knocked at t1-e door, whetn it was hastile
opened by otne of these bloomtin~g maidens,
who as quick as thotught threw her arm
rountd his neck, andt befoie be had ttme
to say, -Oh ! don't,' broucht l-er warm.
delicate lips to his, and gave him as sweet
a kiss as ever heart of swaio desired, In
utter astotnishment the worthy divine was
endeavorine to stammer our something,
when-' 0 mercy. mercy ! Mr --. is
this y'u ?' exclaimed the datmsel, ' why. I
thought as much as could be, it was my
brother Henry.' P.haaw, peha w!' thoughit
the celebrate, ' you didn't thinik atny such
thing.' But taking hier hand, he said, in
a forgiving tone, ' there is no harmt done,
don't give yourself any uneasiness-tho'
you ought to be a-little more careful.'
After this getntle reproof, he was ushered
into the parlor, by-the maiden, who as she
came to the light could not conceal the
deep flush itat glowed on her cheek-and
the boquet that was pinned upon her bo
som, (for all this happened in summner,)
shook like a flower gardern int an earth
quake. And wvhen be arose -to depart, it
somehow fell to her lot to wait upon him
to the door ;. and it -nay be added, that in
the entry they held discourse together for~
some minutes-on what subject it is not
for us to say.- -
-As the. warmr-hearted pastor plodded
homeward. Ite argned with hitmself in this
wise "If Miss-- knew it to be tme who
kuorked at the donor, atid I verily believe
site did,else bow should shte know inme in
the dark. before Iihad time to speak ? a-id
is it probable that her brother would knock
before entering ; she must be dlesperitely'
in-pshaw ! pshaw ! But supposing -ahe
did thbitik me her br'othter.? why, if she loves
a brotheratbtht rate. h'on msuch taiusi she
love bar husband--for, by the great squash.
I never felt such a-kies iii my life."
We have only to add-that it was not
long after this, that Mr. ---had. occa
siotn to summoti a brother in. the minisiry
to the performance of one of the inost sol:
emo as well as pleasant duties atinchied tol
the-sacred office-and that the Ioygly Miss
---above spoken of, thereupoin becarme
Mrs-.-~-;:whom no aouhtmianyjfour'
readers-well kriow, thoit pehfaps' they
never before heard the above anecdote.,
H1 HIE undersigned respectfully informs his
. friends, that he has resumed the Manufac
ture of COTTON GINS, and flatters -.hitiself
from his long experience in the busihess as ma
ker ofthe celebrated Jone a Gins, to recejye a
share of their patirnage.
He:deem it useless to accbmpa'dythis notice
with a long list of certificates of recommenda
tion, as Ls the capacity of his Gins when he
can assure them thiat out of near 1500 Gins
made by himself not one have bee'ncotndeminted
or returned. His Gins are of tie best mate
rials and warranted. Attached to the Saws is
a Mote Cleaner, and experience has pr iven it
to be a valuable addition. as it keeps .all the
motes of any size from passing through with
the Cotton. The Brush Wheel has alsoun
dergor.o considerable alteration; ,Upon..the
whole his Gins need only to betebted to be
highly appreciated. Planters can.be assured
that tn Gins willleave his Shopwithout the
daws and Ribs having been exainedi nd set
by himself alone, and respiectfily solicits- a
cill from themn before they purchaskelsewhere.
- H. ODENgg~ent.
Opposite Stovall Jr Simmon'i areHTe .
N. B. Ktr.rAIai1o done on moderate terus.
Augusta, Ga.. July 1 6t* 23
BroughIt to the Jail
0OF this District, a negro mafzhdo sys his
name is ELIHU. and thatthibelongs to
Mr. William Davis, of Effingharifcounty, Ga.,
living within twenty-three miles o. Savannah.
Said fellow is about five high, !ight complex
ion, and between 20 and 21 years.of age.
No scars or marks perceivable.. He says his
owner bought him from a speculatore.
The owner is requested iito coeSforward,
prove property. pay charges a-d ke himt
away. or he will be dealt with accordiing to
aw. C. H. GOOD 41 Jailor.
August. 27. - tf . 31.
"ositively the LastiNotice.
LL Persons having demands against the
Estate of John Cheatham; Sen..deceas
e , are requested to-pr'esent thenproperly at
tested within the time prescribed law,, and
those who do not availthemselvedi th this op.
portunity will not be paid.
March 4 ly 5 Execitor
I shall be ready to receive Patients by
the I-st of next month. (August.) The
Infirmary is situated near the Georgia Rail
Road Depot, and cmii accomtnodate from four
to eight white, and from ten to twenty black
patients. A good nurse will be in attendance
at all times. day and unight. -'
No charge will be made for bntd. nursing
lic.. but torsurgical attendance andoperations,
the usual fee will be required.
During the lecture months, vy from No
vember to March. if each year, p tiit.unable
to p:y will be received. nursed; Red operated
upon by any member of the Fi elty. fe oj
PAUL F. EVE .. D.,
Professor of Surgery, in the Medical College
! f Georgia.
Augusta. July 30 3m* 27 -
LL Persons indebted to the Estate of C.
). Blackslotte, late or tfrDistrict, are
requested to nwake payment by the ]st of De
cember,and all having any demands against the
Estate will hand them in according to law, by
theabbve-time-at which time the subscriber
desires to close the estate.
THUS. 13. REESE, Executor
AugustG 3m 28
T h-fE Subscribers respectfully inf orm
Jlheir friends and the public generally,
that they are c:irrying on the
CARtIlAGE MAKING BUSINESS,
in nll it,0 branches, at the old stand ntear
Pottersville, where they are fully prepared
for doing all kinds of work in their line,
with neatness and despatch, and at prices
to suit the times. They feel thankful for
past favors. and hope by constant assiduity
and~ strict attention to business, to merit a
liberal share of their patronage.
C. MI IrCHELL,
July 2 ti 23
P. S. -Wagon work and all kinds of
Blacksmithaingcdone at the customary pri
ces. M &H
T lIE Subscriber hereby gives public no"
tice, that he intends petitioning the text
session of the Legislrture of the State of South
Carolinai, to grant him an exclusive charter for
i Ferry over 4aluda River, near the Island
Fordh, at the junuctioan of the Districts of Edge
field, Abbeville Laurents and Newberry. HI
also 'ir es notice. that he initends to oppose the
upphe~ation of Mr. .J. W. Payne for a charter
at the same place.
JAMES S. POPE.
July 30 4tm 27
PUBLIC Notice is hereby given that appli
- .Cation wvill be made to the next Legisha
ture, to declare Thomas Creek a public high
way, and to prevent obstructions to* the free
July 30 '4tm. 27
NOTICE as hereby given that application
will be made to thie next Legislature of
the State of South. Carolina, for a renewal 9f
the Charter granted by that bod3 to Henry
Shultz and Lewis Cooper, dated 17th Decem
ber 1813, authorizitng them to build a Toll
Bridge across the Savannah River, from this
State to the city oh Augusta. State ofl Georgia,
at their own labor and expense, with euch a
deduction of toll as the change of time and the
improvement of the cotuntry will justify.
. IHamburg, S. C., July 17 tf 27
(Q The friends of EDMUND Monas,
Esq., announce him as a candidate for the
ulice of Tax Collector at the next election.
Nov 6. . tf 41
(Q*T'he friends of SAMPson B. MATs,
arnounce him as a candidate for the Office
of Tax Collector at the next election.
Oct. 30 tf - 40
(Qfr"'The friends ohf Maj. S. C. ScoT
announee 'him asn' ildate for" Ta
- ollector at the ensujiag election.
Nov6. t 41
(- jThe friends of Cob. Jeg s QUATTLE
BUMniainoune him aslaetndidate for th4
office of Tax Collectrat the next elec
ien. July 1
(Q Thje friends of Lieut. JAMEs B
Hans, announe hinm as a candidate to
the offine of tax Colle..o akt~..he nextcas
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of John
D. tait'ord, late of this District, are re
quested to make immediate paymentand all
having any demands against the said Estate
will hand them in, according to law, by the 25th
of December next, at which time the subseri
her desires to close up the Estate.
ELUAtI WATSON, Adm'r.
April 9m . 11
State of South Carolina.
'EiGe tELD DIsT.RicT.
IV THE COMMUN PL.EAS.
- vs. Dec'n, in Attacment
itobert Little. -
vs. l Declaration in
Enoch Byne Attachment;
and tiarman Hutst. J
Va. - Declaration in Attachment.
. 1 vs. Decla'n. in Attachment.
vs. Dec'n. in AtUachmet.
W in. Haines,
vs. Dec'tion in Auackmont.
Benjamin E. Gilistrap,)
vs. Declaration in
Enoch By ne and Attaciment.
Elijah Dyne, J
Andrew Kerr and )
John Kerr, Declaration
vs. | Altacitment.
Enoch Byne. J
James S. Brown, 1 Dcdaration
. Vs. In
Enoch Dyne and Attachmnet.
Harmon Hust. J
B. B. MAiller,
vs. Dec.in Attachment.
larmion Hus .
Keers & Hope,
vs. Dec. in Attachment.
John Kogers, 1
vs. Declaration in
Enoch Byne and Attachment.
Elhjuh Biyne. )
vs. Decla'tion in Altad'mt.
John W. aheney,
V41 Dcclaratwn ia
Enoch Byne and, Attachment.
Harmon inst. J
Thomas G Jordan,
vs. Declaration in
Enoch Sync and Attacament
Harmon Honat. J
Win. D. Stone, *
vs. an Declaration in
Enoch Byne and Attachment
Harmon Hust. J
Henry S. Hloadley, Declaration
Enoch Byne. j Attachment.
Im HE Faintitfs in the above cases, having
.w nis day filed their Declarations in my
ofiice,and the*Delendants having neither Wives
nor Attorney's known to reside within the
limits of the State on whom a copy of said
Declarations with a rule to plead can he ser
ved : It is therefore ordered, that the said De
fendantsdo appeat and plead to the said dec.
larations within a year and a day from the date
hereof, or final and absolute judgment will be
awarded against them by default.
THOS. G. BACON, c.c.r.
Clerk's Office, May 6th, 1845. 16
May 14 ly
$tate of South (Caroiia.
J. W, Stokes. /Declaration in
P. H . Kooney. Attachment.
71 H E Plaintif's in the above stated cases,
shaving this day filed their declarations
in my) office, and the defendants having no wife~
or attorney known to reside within the limits oft
the State. on whom a copy of the same with a
te to plead can be served' -It is there-fore
ordered, that the defandant appear and plead
to the same within a year and a day fi-mn the
day hereol na final and absotnte judgment will
be awarded agaitist him.
Ce's TIHOS G. BACON, c. c. r.
CeksOffice, 22d Nov. 1844.
Nov. 27 44 ly
State of South Carolina,
John B. Rountree, Declamation in Foreign
George Keppeart. Attachment..
1 H E Pla utif having this day filed i'4 De
Uclaration in my office anid the Defe.,dant
having no wife or Attorney knoQna to be with
in the State, on whom a copy of the same, with
a rule to plead can be served: it is Ordered,
that the Defendant plead te the said Declara
tion within a year and a dlay, or final and abso
Into judgment will be given against him.
T HOMA S C. BACON, c. c. p.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 11th, 1844.
Nov. 13 ly 42
State of South Carolinla.
iN THE COMMON PLEAS.
John B. Gorden
Joseph M. Perry.
Alex. J. Lawton ) -
vs. Attachment. -
Joseph 1. Perry.
T HE Plaintiff's having this day filed
their Declarations in the above stated
cases in my office.. It is therefore, Ordered,
that the Defendant do appear and plead to
the said Declarations within a year and. a
day from the date hereof, or in default
thereof final and absolute judgments will
be given and awarded against the said
Defendant iu both 'he above stated cases.
THOS G. BACON. c. c.zd.
Clerk's Office, 28th April, 184.5.
April3 014 ly
State of South Carolhna.
- IN -THE COM~s 0N ?LRAS. .
Alsey Mobley, Lewis Mobley, Declaration
.jiHE Plaintiffs who by leave ot ti
L Court, were atlow ed to, plead their demanm
against the Defendant have tiiis day filed thet
Declaration agaitnst the-said Simeoni Jay, anm
he hiaving no wile or Attorney known to re
side in this State upon whom a rule to plea'd
with a copy of said Dechairation could be
served. Ordered, that the said Simeon di
plead to this Declaration within a year an
a day, or finalj udgmnentwill be awarded againa
THOMAS G. BACON, c.c.r
Clerk'z, Office, 22d Nov. 1844. -
.Nov. 27 - 44. -ly
We are authorizedlo announde Guoan
J~ . SaPPARDis i caindidate for the offic
Iof Tax Collector, at the nexct election,
1Dec. 25.* ti . AS
South Carolina ;:
MN THE COMMON'AL.EAS.
Nancy M. Dillard; Executixv.. Dec'n in
Enoch Byne, Harmon Hust.. For. At..
and Win. H. Byne. - tachment.
4 HE Plaintiff in the above stated cases bav
I I ng this day filed her declaration in my
office, and the defendants having neither wives
orattorneys known to be within tlie limits 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 publication of this orderflor final
and absolute judgment will be awarded agains
THOMAS G. BACON, a. c. 9,
Clerk's Office, 17th March 1845 1, 8.
btate of South tarolilf .
IN COMMON PLEAS.
vs. Harmon Hust Attachment.
and Enoch Byne.
Moore & Davis,
. vs. Attachment.
nily H. Tubman
T liPlaintiffs in the above cases, having
this day filed their declarations in my
office, and the defendants having neither Wives
or Attorneys known to reside- within the limits
of the State, on whom a copy of said declara.
tions with a rule. to plead can be served I It -is
therefore ordered, that they do appear -and
plead to said declaratious within ai year and a
day from the date hereof, or in default thereof
final and absolute judgments will be awarded
against them. THOS. G. BACON, c. c
May 12. 1845 ly 16
%tate of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Berry Rodgers, vs Enoch Byne Decn in
and For. At
Elijah Byne. tachme-nt
Cress & Turpin, Declaration in
Vs. Foreign At
the same.: tachmient. -
r HE Plaintiffs having this'day fried
Jtbeir deilarations'in the abo% e stated
cases in my otfiee, and the delendalite
having neitaer wives or attorneys known
to be within the limits of this State, on
whom a copy of said declarations' with a
rile to plead can be served : It is ordered
that the said defendants do plead - to the
said declarations, within a yearand a'day
from the publication of this order, or final
and alisolure judgment will be awarded
THOS. G BACON,-c. c. u.
Clerk's Office, 17th March,.1845 8 ly.
'tate. of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
A. W, Wiggins,
vs. - Attachment. -
Elijah Byne. J
71 HkE Plamtiffs in the above cases having
this day fil-d their declarations in nay ol
fice. and the Diefendantlnaving no wite or Attor
ney known, to reside within the limits of the
State, on whom a copy of said .dealarations
with a rule to plead can be served: It is there.
fore ordered, that -the said Defendants does
applear and plead tea the said declarations, in a
year and ar day from the date hereof, or final
and absolute judgment will be awarded against
him by default.
TH08. G. BACON, c. c. Pt
Clerk's Office, May 14, 1845. Jy 16
State otf South Car'olina,
IN CUMMWOiV PLE AS.
Davis B3. Iladley,
Jose ph .'l. Perry.
Joseph Me. Perry,
r H E Plaaititfl in th above casei, havin2
thia day tiled thnelr declarations in my of
fice, and the Defendants having neithner Wives
or Attorneys known to reside within thme limits
of thne State, on whom a copy of said declara
tions, with a rule to pleand can be served: It is
therefore ordered, that the said Defendants do
appear and plead to thme said declarationms within
a eradaday from" the date hereof, or in
default thereof final and absolutejudgment wvil
be awarded against them.
THOS. G.BACON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, May 12,1845'
May 14 ly 16
South ( arolina,
EDGE FIE LD DI ST RICT.
Seaborn A. Jones. Declaration.
VS. in Foreign
Enoch Byne. Attachmnt.
71H E Plaintfif having this day filed his do
Rclaration in my office, and the defendanit
having no wife or attorney, known to be within
the State, on whom a copy of thme same, with a
rule to plead, can be served: It is ordered, that
the defendani plead to. the said declaration,
within ayear and a day. or fial and absolute
udgement will he given against him.
TH08S. G. BACON, c. c. w.
Clerk's Office. 17th March, 1845 ty 8
Sate of South Carojirda.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Benj. F. Landrumi, bearer,) ,Declaiian.
Richard Allen. .)Attachment.
v3 H E Plaintiffs ins the abiove stated case
I having this day filed his DeclaratIon In miy
Office and the Defendant having no wife.:0r
attorney known to reside within the limits af
the State, on whom a copy of the samewith a
rule to p lead can be served. It is therefore Or
dered,' that he appears and plead to the same.
within one year anid a day from the date heseoF.
or fitnal and absoluttejtudgment willbe an arded
-THOMAS G..-BACON, c .P.
Clerk's Office 21st Nov 1844
Nov.27 44 T
.made at thenest sitting of the Legie;
lature to niake a public road. of the road
ending from the five notch to Moors' road.
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State of South &
EDGFI ELD DISTRIT~
Williamr Brunaon and Catharinel an swu
Cox anid cthers.Appl'ts., vs.. . ia
Culvin Cox and others,'De's.'Jaii
IT appearing to my satisfactionigthisal -
E.vin Cux, Odum Cos, the c'hildi~en f
Ford, formerly C6x.:Peggy csok firnei
Cox, Asa Odom; son of Gilhiam Cox;'Def
ants in the above satated. casegleids'iiiout
the limits of this State, itis:..thereforesordered,
that they do app ar and ojctotivir ~ 'I
or sale of the Real. ~Esie ofr omoio~
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tered of record -M~am
July 9 - 2
State of. Sou Iio a
Ra oldsdand o
Tappearingsto my. sarisfeion, itii~'
without'the limitiof Jiis a S'1g,
ordered,' tha~hedoTapua a 4~j
of October next, or his coasent~oto same wil
be entezed of record.s .J > '~~
JOHN-HILL, c ,Dp~'
July 2 .2
EDGEFIELD Di TIUg.a
-Andrewv Carson,--.' ~ . a
Guardian of: ,. e Dclaraitiont
Francis W. Fertli; vs4 j ~ e
Enoch Byne, Elijah -N Ucuu~
Byne, H armon -. .w
*Andrew-Carson, s DcartsF,
7 HE .I'laintin's in the abo e& e
-having this day Gldg
my. Ufice, and thie Deedi
nowife'or Attorneyskinonntei8 res iiie
linmits of the $tate-on wh'om" a o othsm
withi 4 rule to plea-de -
and plead to th aiat
from the'day heefor* ifini ~ eud ..
,ment wili be-awrd'd
- THOMAS8 BADCOI~.
Clerk's Office, March 17th, la45 8 y,7
K S We are autborpzed uts oance
M. GunHA, Esq.,as s..canadt
-Ordinary of -EdgefieluiDistrjt~~k
next electon.- n
4gfA We."are- alttorized'46 itm
L avi -R Winow, a% endidat~t'o
Ollice of Tax Collectorat thb'nexete ris
Feb. 26" --~