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Carolina, to grant him an exclusive charter for
:a.Ferry over Laluda River, near the Island
Ford;at the junction or the Districts of Edge.
field, Abbeville, Laurens and Newberry. H
also gi% es notice that he intends to oppose the
application of Mr. J. W. Payne for a charter
at the same place.
JAMES S. POPE.
July 30 27
P UBLIC Noice is hereby given that appli
cation will be made to the next Legisla
ture, to declare Shaw's Creek a public high
way, and to prevent obstructions to the free
July 30 4tm 27
OTICE is nereby given, that application
N will be made to the Legislature at its next
- sesion, to declare Rocky Spring Creek, in
Lexington District, a navigable-s.tream.
August 20 tf 30
PPLICATION %ill be made to the
A Legislature of South Carolina, at its
next sesiion to grant a Charter for a
Rail Road, from Edgefield Court House
Public Notice is hereby
given, that application will be made to
the Legislature of South Carolina at its
next session, to repeal the "Act to incor
porale the Village of Edgefield."
September 3 tf 32
S hereby given, that application will be
mwade to the Legislature at its next session,
to alter the charter of the Town of Edgefield,
so as to give to the Town Council, the exclu
sive right to grant Tavern licenses, and sell, or
to retail spirituous liquors within said town.
August 27 3m 31.
P ~ OTCE is hereby given that application
Nwll be made to the nxt Legislature of
tie State of South Carolina, for a renewal of
the Charter granted by that body to Henry
Shultz and Lewis Cooper, dated 17th Decent
her 1813, authorizing them to build a Toll
Bridge across the Savannah River, from this
State to the city of Augusta, State of Georgia,
at their own labor and expense, -with such a
5 deduction of toll as:the change-of time and the
imnprovement of the country will justifly.
t[.unburg, S. C., July 17 tf 27
IS hereby given that application will be
made at the next sitting of the Legi.
lature to make a public road, of the road
eading from the Ave notch to Moors' road.
July S 3m . 24
g The friends of Lieur, J*IMEs B.
Hlatas, antnounce him as a cndidate for
jthe office of tax Collector at the next elec
We are authorized to announce GEORGE
3. SHEPPARD as a candidate for the oflice
of Tax Collector, at the next election,
Dec.25 tf - 48
t1'The friends of EDMUND Monas,
SEsq., announce him-as a candidate for the
office of Tax Collector at the next election.
Nov 6. . tf 41
OThe friends of SAMPsoN B. Aas,
announce him as a candidate for 'he Office
of Tax Collector at the next election.
Oct. 30 -tf 40
flThefriends of Maj. S. C. SCOTT,
:nnounce him as a candidate for Tax
3ollector at the ensuing election.
Nov 6. tf. 41
WThe friends of Col. JOENIQUATTLE
seBU announce him as a candidate for the
office of Tax Collector; at the next elec
tion. July 1
SWe are authorized to~ announce
M. GaAHAM. Esq..-as a candidate for
Ordinary of Edgefield- District, at the
Feb. 7 .. 2
S We are 'authorized 'to announce
Lgvr R. WrLsoN, as a candidate for the
Office of Tax Collector, at the nextelection
- NE or Two of the, most desirrble
Store Rooms in the village of Edge
fiel , sutable for Dry Goods, Merchanit Tailor,
Grocery or Drug Stores. Possession given
immediately. -! FRAZIER.
July 30 ' tf 27
New Weekly Paper in Charles
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subscribers shall be obtained.
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number of names be obtained to warrant the
undertaking,) to establish in this city, a Weekly
Paper, devoted to the cause or Temperance,
Agriculture and General Literature.
,in a large and populous city like outs, em
bracing so large a field ol' Temperance ope
rates with three or four flourishing societies
devoted exclusively to the advancement I
the cause,it would scurcely seem unreasonable
to presume. that, with proper effort, a sufficient
proportion of patronage might be secured, to
warrant the pernianent estabhstiment of a iews
paper which would sei ve as an organ ol the
views and sentiments of the temperabce com
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cellany for the entertainment of the -general
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have nota single weekly paper in Charleston,
while in ntny of our northern cities, they are
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of a number of zealous and active members of
the Charleston Total Abstmence Society, who
will contribute freqLently to its pages; as well
as that of %everal of our most popu or writers
by whose valuable co-operation, ite.has hereto
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State of Soutth Ca-olina,
John B. Rountree, Declat ation in Foreign
Geo ( t Attachment.
ru HE Plainiff' aving this day filed i.e De
claration iinamy office anid the Defeudant
having no wife or Attorney know n 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 day, or final and abso
lute judgment will be given against him.
THOMAS G, BACON, C. c. P.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 11th, 1844.
Nov.13 -1y 42
To the Independent Voters of
. Edgelitld District!!
Fellowo Citizens::-Contrary to the ad
vice and wishes of my friends I offer my
self as a Candidate for the office of Tax
Collector, and solicit your euf'rages. If
elected, which I do not expect to be, I will
discharge the duties of the office to the. best
of my abilities.
JOHN. J, BlcCOLLOUGH.
September 10 '. te 33
State of South Carolina.
IN TE COMMON PLEAS.
John B. Gorden
Joseph M. Perry.
Alex. J. Lawton
Joseph 1. Perry.
THE Plaintiff a having this day filed
Utheir 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 )ear and a
day from the date hereof, or in default
thereof final and absolute judgments will
be given and awarded against the said
Defeudant in both the above stated cases.
THOS G. BACON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, 28th April, 1845.
April3 . 14 ly
State of South Carolina,
C. J. Glover, Declaration in
vs. Foreign Attach
James H . Hariison. ment.
The Same, Declaration in Foreign At
the same. tachment.
T IfHE Plaintiff in the above stated cases hav
I ing this day filed his declarations in my
office, and the defendants having no wife or at.
torne3 s known to be within the limits of this
State, on whom a copy of said declarations
with a rule to plead can be-seived : 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 order, orfinal
and absolute judgment will be awarded against
them. THOS. G BACON. c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, Oct. 31, 1844. ly 41
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMX ON '?L11AS.
Alsey Mobley, Lewis Mobley, Declaration
Simeo: Jay. Atachmeit.
-I1I1E Plaintiffs who by leave or the
IVCourt, were allowed to plead their demand
against the Defendant have this day filed their
Declaration against the said Simeon Jay, and
he having no wife or Attorney known to re
side in tbis State upon whom a rule to plead,
with a .copy of said Declaration could be
served. Ordered that the said Simeon do
plcad to this Declaration within a year and
- THOMAS G. BACON. c. c. P.
Clerk'a. Office, 22d Nov. 1144.
Nov. 27 44 ly
State of South Carolina.
J. W, Stokes. ,. Declaration in
P. 11. Rooney. Attachment.
Ti HE Plaintifis in the above stated cases,
T having this day filed their declarations
in m) office, and the defendants having no wife
or attorney known to reside within the limits of
the State, on whom a copy of the same with a
rule to plead can be served - It is therefore
ordered. that the defitndant appear and plead
to the same within a year and a day from the
day hereof, or final and absolute judgment will
be awarded against him.
THOS G. BACON, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, 22d Nov. 1844.
Nov. 27 44 Jy
state of South Carolina.
EDGE FIELD DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Berry Rodgers, vs.-Enoch Iyne Dec-n in
and For. At
Elijah Dyne. tachment
Cress & Turpin, Declaration in
. vs. Foreign At
tire same. tachmieit.
lHE Plaintiffs having this day filed
- their declarations in the above stated
cases in my office, and the defendants
having neitaer wives or attorneys known
to be within the li.its of this State, on
whom a copy of said declarations with a
rtule to plead can be served: It is ordered,
that thre said defendants do plead .to the
said declarations, withi a yearand a day
froir the publication of this order, or final
and absolute judgment will be awarded
C .r' THOS. G BACON, c. c. P.
CeksOffice, 17th March, 1845 8 , ly
atate of South Carolina,
IN COMMAON PLEAS.
- vs. Attachment.
A. W, Wiggins,
7E H E Plaintiffs ini the above cases having
.1this day filed their declarations in mry of
fice, atrd the Defenrdanitraving no wile or Attar.
ney known to reside wvithin the limits of the
State, otn whom a copy of said declarations
with a rule to plead can be served: It is there
fore ordered, that the said Defendants does
appear and plead to the said declarations, in a
year anid .a day from the date hereof, or final
and absolute judgment will be awarded against1
him by defaul. . .BCN
TH OS G. BCONc.c. P':
Clerk's Office, May 14, 1845. ly 16
W IL5b Nod a.defehl Court House,
th aatr ad on which the Poor House
now tadsupposed to coittain about three
hundred actes, on twelve months credit.
-of the Board of Poor.
Sept.3 -5:t 32
- .Wotce -
LL Persons are cautioned not'to pnrChase,
Atrade, or barter for a SORREL.HOR.SE
of thre Basenm breed, at present in the ps
session of' Mr. Seth Butler, of Edgefield Dis
trict, as said Mare is. the property of the -sub
Augusta, August26 (Repr?>.) St 32
ta .l South Carolina,
D sis dlid
HE iti-in.the above cases; havinD
this e". filed thei'r declarations in my. of
fice, and .fndants having neither Wives
or Attorne own to reside within the limits
of the ati n whom a copy of said declara.
tions, with le to plead can be served: It is
therefore.o ed, that the said Defendants -do
appearind d to the said declarations within
a year and ay ~from the 'date hereofi or i
default thei final and -absolutejudgment ivil
be award' ;ainst them C. -
M 8. G.BACONc. c.
Clerk's ,-May 12,1845
May 14 1y 16
State :1 South Carolia,a.
.I 9OMMON PLEAS.
g vi. Attachment.
A riy armer,
vs. Harm'on Hust . Attachnment.
-and Ent Byne.
Moore & s
Enochl y .
Emily H. hman -
T H E Pliiff tn the abov'e ases, having
thisa' -le their declarations in my
office, and- fendits having neither Wives
or Attorneys' owtio reside witfiin the limits
of the Sta 'hbna. copy of said- declara
tionswith- plead van be served:.Jt is
therefore -; hat -they do appear:and
plead to s'l dratious within a year and -a,
day from the be teof, or; in defailt thereof
final and ab' itejudgments will be awurded
against them, THO. G BACON, c. c P.
May 12.1 Jy 16
Suth Car olina,
Seaborn! Jones. Declaration
--- ochi Attachment.
T HE Plaiinar havingthis day filed his de
claration in my office, and the defendant
having no wifo or attorney, known to.be within
the State, on whom a copy of the same, with a
rule to plead, can be served: It is ordered, that
the defendant plead to the said declaration,
within a year and a day, or final and absolute
udgement will be given against him.
-THOS. G. BACON, c. c. P.
Cleik's Office. 17th March, 1845 ly 8
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Benj. F. Landrum, bearer, Dectaiion
Richard Allen. Attachment.
r iE Plaiutiffs in the above stated case
T having this day filed his Declaration im my
Office and the Delndant having no wife. or
attorney known to reside within the limits of'
the State on whom a copy of the same with a
rule to plead can be served. It is therefoie Or
dered, that he appears and plead ti, the same,
within one year and a day from the date hereof,
or final and absolutejudgment will be an arded
THOMAS G. BACON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office 21st Nov. 1844
Nov.27 44 - Y
Dy. Br1ardth'is 1111S.
RANDRETH'S PILLS by cleansing
the Blood fron all impurities, gives
power to every organ to perform its functions
healthily ; no matter whether externally or in
ternally situated. Nature has formed the bow
als for the evacnation of all unhealthy hmors
of the blood, and if mani would use but comn
muon sense, lie would take cars that they per.
formed this office faithfully. If the bowels are
oui of order, if too slow, or too fast, a few do
sesof BRAIEDRETII's PILLrs willbring
them to order. Ask the man 'who was dying
from constipated bowels what cured him; he
tells you Brandrethr's Pills. -Ask him who has
had the dysenlary for six- months,' andi everr
remedy had -faied;-he tells you, Bransdrcth s
Pills curadhim in a week.. So wvith other dis
eases. - Tw &Brandreth's Pills rubbed down
in half piint of maolasse,cured a little boy of
an ulcer ofthe face which was rapidly spreading
to his eyes. anid which a dozen inoctous had tried
'to cure, but could not; the poor parenta would'
have given half they wvere worth to have had it
cured, but eveiy thing they tried did no good,
tunitil they gave at a tea sploonful of molasses ev
ery day, in half a pint of which they hadrubbed
down twelve Brandreth's Pills; before the
whole of the molasses was takeni the ulcer was
cured. And yet-sine foolish-pseople call Bran
dreth's Pills a quack medIcine. It would be
well if there were a few more such quack med
icines. Will all your piretended sarsaparilla
Compounds, or Lozengcs, or Salv'ea, cure like
the Biandreth's Pills? Can they sietid you to
persons cured as Dr. Brandreth can? Can
they ioint oat to you people who had beena
helpless for years from Epnilepsiy and St. Vitus'
Dance, who have been ctured by their reme
dies ? ,f they cannot, Dr,. Brandreth can.
Can they point outt to you a person who ior
twenty years had r.ever-'had a stool withomi
having used mnedician, or mnechainical mesans,
and whom the Branadresth's Pills cured in a
month, and gave him as healthy evacuationi
as he had when he was'-a-child ?
QJ7The Pills are sold at Dr. BRrandretla's O
jAce, 241 Broadway, N. York. Also, by Bland
Ar Butter, Edgefield C.Hi; 5.1.D; Clarke Sr Co.,
Hamburg; . J03. &r D.~ C. Sinyley Meetiam
Street.; WV. M. ColemanNewv Market; WIhitlo,
Saljvan WaLLer, Greenwood'; L. D. Mei rri
man; Cokeabtury. -.31'
Aug.27 5t -
POn. SALE A-T T~lt8 OFFICE.
:. The nortera papers are teeming with
accounts of otcrimes of profligacy. and
crimes of blood. Everf- year senii but
to add to the black eatalogue, indicating,
most clearly, that in the great rach of
mind, aud of improvements in :the 'ess
good morals, well ordered govern'ments,
and social elevation. take no part a the
upward impulse. Iu government there i
a-strong proclivity to lynch law and iob
ocracy. For proof, behold the anti rent
disturbances. of Delaware, Sullivan and
other counties in - New. York, and : the
bloody.outrages that have marked them.
Behold the police accounts of robbery and
murder which bra of daily occurrence not
only in cities, bUt on high-ways and bye
ways, stimulated chiefly by the most sor
did of all passions or goaded on~ by gaunt
The details-of profligate vices and- of
frauds, resulting in the ruin"of families,
and. often in self-destruction : the dedrav
ity of morals and the prevalence of crime
at- the north, are fruitful of sober reflectio
to the ..mind, contrasting this state "of
things with that'Prevailing in the section
of country.in whicn providence has csi
our lot.- The comparison cannot be
made without resulting in a feeling', of
cougratulation on our part, for the many
advantages we enjoy.. We may idiiinjy
the same prosperity in a pecuniary-viewv.
we have not. as many avenues of wealth,
as vasi resources for enterprise, and as
various inducements for* profitable em
ployments of capital, the same appl i'cet
of physical luxury, and fo'r. intelfesial
recreation. But in the esseatialfelrents
of security from' outrages, and peacef0l
enjoyment of our progerty'and our rights;
in. the previilence of intetita[ irinuility,
and'regard for theilaws,' and the moral
restraint of social' life, our conditioi ii far
graferable. We have not amougst us the
untagonism of labor to capital, of num,
bers and. physical force to wealth, which
is so. strikingly exhibiting itself in the
norrh, and is yet destined to c6nvulse -
ciety to.its ceutre..
To what'extent this may b attribni~d.
to the institution ef slavery as~it existtin
t.wildand.- paiarhatorns 9mo1g000
it may be interesting to the inquirer.
That tn this regard, it exercises a mate
rial and salutary influence, sannot be de
nied.- Or labori,;g population have -no
evils of a physical nature to endounter
ny physilal wrongs, real or .fanciful to re
drese. They are clil ed,' (ed and nursed
in infancy, and aye, in' sickness and infir
mity They are content with' their lot
They aspire not at the expense of others
and ofjustice and right to change it. We
have no mobs-no agrarianism-no or
ganizett bands of pick-pockets, of burglers,
and of assassins.
This exemption is not temporary or a'.
cidental. It arrises from ibe nature of
our social system, and is productive of a
sense of security, which is not so com
pletely enjoyed in those communities
where we and our institutionsare most vi
olently abused. This comparisou is not
made in any invidious spirit, nor to sus
tain the theory that under any and all cir
cumstances, slavery is an institutfon, ben
efictal and desirous' to a cuntry. That
it has its advantages and those of a very
hign order, is unquestioriable as tue truths
of history. But these reflections are at
times useful, to r3concile us to our lot, and
to attach us more strongly to the soil of
our nativity.-Geoigia Constitutionalist.
Great Counterfeiting tabtishment
Broken Up-One of the most extensive
counterfeiting establishments in the coun
try has been discovered and broken up near
Stanford, Ky. It appears that a man
named G- Wt. Robinson, of Kentucky,
was lately arrested at Columbus, Ga.,
for passing counterfeit money, and that
soon after he was taken dangerouisly ill,
which induced him to' make a full con
fession, disclosing die fact that two broth
era, named John and-William Banton, on
'their farm nienr.dtanford, Ky., a large es
'tablisliment for the-manutfacture of coun
terfeit notes and coin, constantly in opera
tion, and that he and many others, in va
rious sections of the Union, whose names
lie also disclosed, were employed as agent.
for its-disposal. iMr. Ayer, a merchant of
Columbus.. -immediately proceeded --to
Stanford,-and aidedl by the Sheriff 'and a
number of citizens, arrested the twvo Ban
tons. On searching- their establishment
they found a number of presses, (one of
which will weigh 5000 lbs.;) stamps, dyes,
crucibles, metals, and every other article
necessary for counterfeitingi, all of which
were taken in charge by the' Sherif;-~ and
the offenders' committed for trial- The
father of these two young men hadioften
'tben suspected of carrying on'this busi
tness, and had .ince or twice been arrested,
but through his wealth always managed
to escape punishmenti He had finally, a
few years ago- to leavie the State &and flee
to Texas, where he now resides.
Length of a Mile -There is a great
difference in the aniber of yards conttained
'n a mile in the different countries. ~The
following tale will be useful: England or
A mericio, 1,y60 yards; Russia, 1,100; tIt
aly, 1.476; Scotland and Ireland, 2,200 ;
Poland, 4,400 ; Spain,. 5028 :Germany,
5.866; Sweden and.Denma k,7523;- Hun
gery,-8,8000. . --- ---
Alabama Siat af Gotvernmten.-Atltie
late elections in Alaban'ia, the question of
-remdfiligj'tli Seat of GovcensetN was
put to thehpe-oile to bens~e~ii'
appears to -ae .beedee -
seven thou'sid4d es;:to m
Itis !erf prbalilethif t i -o N
peopl wifl' prevail 'as .ittit
M~ouinonmery 3oiuinal theit' V~~r
the Iegislaitbie mn favor 'of hli measp1
Cannot fall mdchshort oftwo thid,
Naal Thie US. Sloop ofWr
atoga, aived bore on- Sandaysty .
daysfoiinVera Criz. ,h(Sarato-.t
mained'off VeraCruz four daYs., unn
that time her-oficers Miade frequeatv'igi
to the city and vitnesised ihe manyjpep
arations. thati;,ers oing on forfoui
the place in a'stie of idefee h
Castle of Son Juah de Ulloa hin
thoroughly oiihabuled and is oa
be in a good cendition .'
The Fiench Brig-of Wariffraiail
froi this pdrt on Fridaylastoud
A Bddjf Mire ia onm Ai
May last, a 'inil Davis was ed
tieed from Hopkinaville. Ky.We"
had colleied tieidef $1,0,i
co+u: t a :ti1d f-the:'aY placey t
persons natied ~---Ciney and EdW
A; Pennigtun, irn ire'eldhim.beb -
bini- of 'he hion'ey.d' ibi threwre
y14f iitoa siink cofiAUCisney afeirwa
rode Daismrei'. i t&Tiin
weere atae~re'gniediffyin aequam
aucei'of..heiurdered'ih Ywhose uaa
counible 60euci.teud:eri i Id'tiiinine
mrle thin rea isis' jqgyiind'
torted from i .iey, not onl Y a coiikiwi
of the dedlntF the pfao of' conceailm
of the body; hiut liothatlioilib
in-existence forseVeral -years, a argil
well organized 'band' of "wen.who robJ
doun'erfeit, sceaf egr'es. an dod
scfupl tcommit iiutderj,'d tha e
iended' from Cincina'tii to Nashville.
When the si k oIe into'-hiCh DaViS
pitched wasuearchad'bis s fen
to"gilifi'iih t6oobeaohiei ltos of me
h ra liest "eris e-i ii
vi esitMan -odi pr b. " 'f
A Noi Air Guiwithe Nie&. .
.lIaoL|Apfa n lman-of--th'aa eihy wiv a~'
an air gun or his invenoion' in the roi
a walking itick,; which ia of the mo-in.
ReniouJs and admiiable, workmanship'
He charges it by a very simple proces -n
less than one mioute. whi' ft will.o
without a re-chaige. d? air, t.wenry tilios.
He fired it repeatedly is presence ofrthe
editor of the News, putting a. ball'eac
time thiough~a board, witr a 'vafer unon
it, ai the distanee of thtei or four r'ds
and generally within ao inch of t'he wa
fer. He has, anoiher with d 'imall sy
glass upon it. through which h' 'fakes
sight; cud, when out shootm cro e,
is able to* gee thie very ey of the crow;
and he has often put the ball directly tro -
it. No one can detect this tunto: a 4
common walkinge etidk.
A neio kind ,of light.-A new m 421!W
procuring li.eht h - been communicated
tit the Freach' Ada'iimy Of Sciences a
which is to'obtil and use the sipirit to
sntiing from the distillition of wood.
Four parts of this spirit are' to be mi'ed
with ohe pait of essinde of inrpent-lne.
A Hard Ca.-lr is hard, sometimes'
it is confessedl hardi to deny a criing
appetile, or to subdue a _vicious' habit
hut is it not harder to Ibie everlasting
happiness for a momentary Fndulgence,
aI,-like the wretched Esau. to sell '
yen in reversioh'for a esnis of'
Lesson from a. Slave-The ediiBi'o(&. ~ '
widely cireulating paper, being asked $
how and why bewas led to the habi;t
filling hir sheet witt: short, racy. articles~
replied, that hi5'dbject was to secure re
dler's, and that he had profited very-esei
tially from the hint ofa a lase, who said he
rould, without fatigue, hoe an aedof'eI r~~
a ' d ay, if only planted .in short
Tlie hint is applicable to newspaper eqd'
tributors, and indeed to. all wfiters and1 ---- ,
a peakers. Take time to be shiort,
Dr. Franklin said A ABile and
newspaper in every house; a good seio
in every district, all.'studied stid'apprecia- a4
ted as they merit,' are the principle sp-*a~
porters of Virtue,.morality anid-dail
ty." [He made the Bible the chief' of' al"''
those requisites - -
Hathien' Subcribers. A Sedwt
lslpnd paper says, that for a wihole
i had but one delinquen subscriber.. 1b '~
wrish sme of' our subscribers woud' tr''i ~
aut such 'heathens ,
We learq from the Hayneville Chron
ele of the :20th tit. thai a. murders a
somm'mittedl en th'e'.pereoot"fJohq SeaileAl'-e7
ey Jacob Bait'ton Monday the 2Si5ts~ 4 4
at . Bialiard'sprecinct. in .Jownsr~ ,4
about 15 miles south of Hnvneyhl - .
Thbe inrderer fled, an us' tisitt ba jeet
are'sted A reivard of'.te hlnrd
agrs has been offered for. ft appr'ehieua. -a
She kin~Destitulion.-Tt haes bika~ re.
eently asertainedin (Enigland that the at~
mates osoe of' the work ouses,
ployd in crtishinghite'aeIM~.~
other animals 'bave beei 3fl th 1ai i
eatog the gristle founduonte . .
isfy tir iitger -