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A few years ago, towards the dusk of
heevening, a stranger in a tiavelling sul
key was lelsurely pursuing his ivaytovard
a little ravern, situated at the foot of a
mountain, in one of the western States,
A.little in advance of him, a negro return
ig froh the ptough, was singing thefa
:rite, Ethiopean melody,
Gogne down to shinebone alley,
Long time ago!
hTb stradger hailed hin-'Hallo ! un
ele, you. snow ball
'Sah V.said the blacky, holding tip his
-Is that the half-way house ahead yon
bNo sah, dat Massy Billy Leitond's otel.'
'Hotel, eh'-Billy Lemiond ?"
"Yes sah, you known massa Billy ?
be used to live at the moufo' Cedar Creek
he done niove now do-be keeps a mon
sons nice house, now, Ihtell you.'
Yes sah ; you stop dah dis obening, I
spee;'all spectable getnplemen put up dah.
You chaw backah, massh ?'
-Yes, Sambo; here is some real Cavil
dish for You.' .
. Tankee, massa, tankee, sal; Quash
'Quash, eh '
'Yes, sah, at your sarvice. Oh,' grun
ted out the delighted African. 'dis is nice
he better dan de Green River ; tankee,
'Well, Quash, what kind of a geitle
man is Mr. Lemon ?
Oh, he nice man, monsous nice mar.,
emperinit gempleman in lust style, and I
take care uv de hauses. I b'longs to hint,
and ?say it, massy BIly mighty clebber
man.. He funny too, tell heap a stories,
bout ghoses and spirits, notwistanding he
fraid on 'em heself too, my pinion.'
'Afraid of ghosts, eh ?' said the travel.
ler, musing, Well, go ahead, Quash-as
it's getting late, I'll slop with Mr. Lemon
'Yes sah ; geo up. hoe Dobbin! go long
lively !' and setting oil at a brisk trot, ol.
lowed by the traveller, (ie musical Quash
again broke out in
Gwine down skimbanc alley.
The burden of 'Long time ago' was ta
ken up by some one apparently in an ad
joining cornfield, which occasioned Qnash
to prick up his ears with some surprise;
he continued, however, with
Long tim6 ago.
And' the same voice rosponded from the
'Who dat ' said the astonished negro,
checking suddenly his horses, and looking
around on every side for the cause of his
Oh never mind ; drive ahead snowball;
its some of your maste's spirits, Isuppose'
Quash in a very thoughtful mood led
the way to the tavern, without uttering
another word.-ialting before the door,
the stranger was soon waitedeby the ob
liging Mr. Lemon, a bustling, talkative
gentilemeu, who greeted his customer with
'Light, sir, light-here, Joht! Quash !
never mind your umbrella, sir-here,
Quash, tako oil that rug-give me your
wbip, sir-take off that trunk-walk in,
sir--John, takeout that chair box-come,
sir-and carry his horse to the stable-do
yen prefer him to standi on a dirt floor,
'If you please, sir. He is rather partic
)'ar about his lodgings.'
'Carry him to the lower stable, Quash,
and attend to hinm well;- I alvays like to
see a horse well- tended, and tis is a no
ble criwer, too-,' continined the landlord,
clapping him on the back.
'Take care, will you ?' said the horse.
'What the d-I ?' exclaimed- thrlanid
lord, starting bacle.
'None of your famniliarity,' said the
horse, looking spitefully around at the as
tonished t avern keeper.
'Silence, Beizebub,' sai" the tiraveller,
caressing the anittal ; atnd turnaing to the
landlord, observed, 'you must excuse him,
sir, he is rather an aristocratiC horse, the
effect of education- sir.'
'He's the devil, sir.'
*Wo-hon. Belzebub ! loose the traces,
Quash. What are you starting at! lle'll
not eat you.'
'Come, landlurd' said Beizebub, 'I want
Quashi scattered -the landlordl backed
up in the porch-anid the traveller was
fain to jump into his vehicle, and drive
round ini search of thu stable himsell.
Ilavitng succeeded to his satisfaction in
disposing of his horse, he returned to the
Anon supper came on. The eggs had
apparetly youtik chicketns in thiem-the
lantdlord was in coitfusion at such a mor
tifying circumstances. and promised theo
t.iavelier amends frotm a coid pig, which,
as he inserted the carving knife io it, ut
tered a piercing squeal, which was res
* ponded to by a louder one from the land
lady., . Down went- the ktife and fork,and
thie petspirationl- began- to-grow iwlurge
heads upon- the forehead of the host, as he
* looked fearulty at the grnrnter ; his at
teution- was-taken',. horwever,- by a voiee
frotm withot, callinig out
'Riul, house ! landlord 1'
'Aye,. coming, gentlemnlf-moreO tIavei.
bers--do hlyyouself. sir.'
'Coinn;, gentdemen Jer fhtik a light
bring- a light -tb-tlia door-Sally, wvait on
the 5entlemant'--and on'. the landlord
bounced, followed by John with lights, but
bsoUD-.eturtting with a look of- dtsappoint
mont-he declared there wvas- no' hiving
being without'. The- voices called again
-and the landlord, after going, returned
the second tin-e,- declat'ed'his belief that
the *vhole plantatiron- was- haunted that
night by evil opirits.
Tifavtightbrumd~r sayeth lir. Billy Le
maallegwith-the Bible under-his head,
and kept-acendle burnitng in his room unt.!
moriaing,.anidthose who pass there,-to thiw
day,. -manupoii close examination, dis
cofeiieyitsels of 'horseashoes'speeping
oeetlie diuot iserente si a buliwark
apiinst wthes, hobgoblings and other evil
We cappy the following particulars of
the accident by which -Lient. .Ber-ry lost
his life, from a letter published in the-.N.,
Y. Spirit-of theTimes : -
On the afternoon of -the 12th, -Lt..Gra.
~m, of tie -th arrived in camp badly
scalded, and reported iat the Dayton bad
burst-her boilers, that Liets. Higgine and
Beirr-y, of the 4th -nfaniry, with some oth
ers, were killed, and many horribly icald
ed. The Dayton left. this on the morning
'of the 12th(6r- St. Juseph's Island, haviug
'on board. Capt. Crossman, A. G. M.,
Lieuts. Graham, Higgins and Woods, of
the 4th, Lieut. Gordon of the 3d, and
Aset. Surgeon Crittenden; besides these
there were several soldiers and citizens on
board. At 20 minutes past 12, being op
posite Maglone's Bluff, she burst her boil
ersi scattering death on every side. Lt.
Higgins, just before the explosion, was
talking to Dr. C., and Lieuts. R. and W.
we- lying down near them asleep, all be
ing in the small cabin aft of the social
hall. :Capt. C., Lieuts. Graham and
Gorpon, with many others standing around
them, were seated on the boiler deck.
Lieut. If. was immediately killed by a
piece of iron striking him' on the head,
Dr. C. and Lt. W. escaped any material
injury,-Lt. B. was killed and his body
not found until the next day. All on the
boiler deck were blown high in the air,
and fell in the water some distance from
the boat. Licut. Gordon was uninjured,
Capt C- very slightly, and Lieut. Graham
badly, although not dangerously scalded.
There were eight killed and seventeen
wounded. The scene baffles descripiion.
After the first boiler burst the second was
thrown into the water and exploded with
a crash 'of thunder, throwing -volumes of
water high in the air. The sceno in the
water was terribble; it was deep enough
to swim any one, and there they lay, poor
mangled fellows, clingiug to pieces of the
%treck, until fortunately they were allpick
ed up by the yawl, which was energeti
ly employed under the immediate direc
tion of Lieut. Gordon. As they were
brought on shore, it was horrible in the
extreme to look at them; some with near
ly all the flesh off, one with his leg broken
and alli more or less mutilated; some per
fectly blackened, and one negro not only
scaldcd, but his flesh burnt to a crisp.
Every aid that an experienced and talent
euted medical officer could render, was
freely and promptly given. The General
Hospital was placed at the disposal of all
soldiers and citi-ens-and the amount of
terrible suffering that is undergoing there,
would rend the heart of the most iudiffer-'
ent. The boat is a completo and utter
wreck, literally blown into atoms-it was
an old hulk of a thing, totally unfitted to
curry pabsengers. It was our only choice
in the absence of proper transportation.
and in an evil hour she was chartered, not
only to carry freight, but to be the means
of sending eight souls, and possibly more
at one moment into eternity. It is strange,
she had filled her contract and was orn her
way down to be discharged. How i- it,
that these terridle accidents cannot be
stopped? It is all folly to enact laws
about the inspection of tachinery, &c.
Le. Pass a law making it death, instan
taneoas death, to the Captain of a vessel,
and I'll warrant you'll hear of few disas
ters. In this instance it was gross care
lessness. The 2d engineer had clyarge of
the engine, the 1st engineer was asleep,
the effects of dissipation the night before,
and the Captain was asleep directly over
the boilers, and strange to- relate, neither
were hart of any consequence. In the
name of God, why should they, te res
ponsible ones, be saved and the innocent
hurled into eternity !
TuE CUIrVATLOY oh' CoTroN IN INDIA.
Our readers will find in our Agricultu
ral department ant account of the final
failure of the attempt of Great Britain .o
cultivate Cotton in the East Indies. She
gave the experiment a fair trial, and ex
ported from the best Cotton regions of the
South and West, our Cotton seed, Cotton
gins, atnd practical planters, who' entered
into a systemiatic and scientific series of
experimenits to grow mthe *' Snowy fleece"
'in oppressed India. We re.mremnber the
appressions which were expressed, and
the fe-ars which were uttered when it was
supposed all that extensive country was
to be turned into a region of great pro
duction, and' furnishi to England, the food
for her millions of spiindles and shuttles.
Our people then thought the English
market would 'be lost to' us forever-and
that an entire change must takce place in
our Agricultural operations. But this fail
ure relieves mnaany who feared the results,
and flully demonsirates the dependence
forever, of the Ocean Queen to our Cot
ton growing regions for this essenitial sfa
pe-which has contributed as much as
any other, to build up her magnificent
fleets, and extensive carrying trade. She
has failed in this. She has also failed in
her nefarious autempt to grasp Texas-, and
retder that rich country tributary to her
From the Genessec Farmter.
SYMIHraI or. CUMFREY.
in searching for aids in a new self-sup
porting system of general and lhberal ed
ucaion. especiatty in the pthysica and
dietic depaatments, I was led, somne ten
years ago, to commience a reries of exper
iments upon this vegetable; the interest
ing results of wvhich I began,-ini September
1842, to communicate. publicly in my na
tive eastern region. This, for the public
benefit, I wish still to do, as opportunity
shall tie offered.
1 have found this article truly of rare
value; the herb made into hay for cattle,
and the root dried' and ground to flour fur
I-t is a' native of this and many other
countries-found both in a wild state, and
also' cultivated in' many gardens for its
healthful qualities. It is perennial, very
hardy, the cropsure, the growth luxuriant,
eproduce' abunfiant. while the' labor it
requires is very small. In 1841, I obtain
ed of twvo years'.growth of roots, on soil
of moderately good tilth, after the caps of
the roots were taken off to replant, wher.
thoroughly dried ahd ground, at the' rate
of 24,200 pounds or' fiou~r to-tro acre. In
1842, 1 obtained on the-same soil, from
the herb of the second years'-growth, at
tvo cuttings, at the rate of.11,616 pounds
q[ well rnade good hay~ to the acre. It
requiresno other tilling or attention than'
digging the crop) of roots in April, onoe
in two or three years, nd planting as you
dig, about?7 oi- 8 inches apart both ways;
.an c.,,tin. and kaning the herbs, once
the first year, dad twice a year after
When ground in a coffee orcorn mill,
the root flour niay then be used like other
articles of food, according to the requisi
tions of health. convenieuce orfancy, in
various breddi, gruels, puddings, griddles,
soups, pastry and custards, and in. such
proportions as may be found agroebl.
It is.(like arrow root, sage and datmeal.)
very mucilaginous, uutrieious, and easy
of digestion. It operates well for- the
lungs. It has rostored a lost'vcice, atd is
one of the best remedies for habitual
coughs and incipient consumptions.. .IL
nourishes the feeble and suits well a dys
peptic stomach, when no other food can
be kept down; and it sets all right in the
bowels. I think it one of the best drticles
for sustenance and health ever made for
man, and that on almost every -occonuit.
But let others cultivate and try:itfur them
selves;-and it wili probably, with them as
with me, be constantly growing' in their
estimation. EZE a RicN.
The Postmaster General has issued an
advertisement, inviting proposals for car
rying the mails of the United States to
the following places :
1. From New York to Liverpbol, in
England, and back, or to Bristol, in Eng
land, and back, or to Southiiinpton, do.
do; 2. From N. York, by Cows, in Eng
land, to Antwerp, in Belgium, and back,
or to Bremen, in Germany, and back, or
to Hamburg, in Germany, and back; 3.
From New York to Havie, iW France,
and back, or to Brest, in France, and
back; 4. From New York to Lisbon, in
Pot tugal, and back ; 5. From New Yirk,
by Havannah in Cuba, to New Orleans,
and back; 6. From Now York by Ha
vanna, to Chagtes, in Columbia, and back
with joint or separate offers to 'extend the
transportation to Panama, and up the Pa
cific, to the mouth of the Columbia. and
thence to the principal port in the Sand .
wich Islands. or from Charleston td the
same, and back, or from Pensacola, do.
do. do., or from Mobile, do. do. do., or
from New Orleans, do. do. do. 7. From
New Orleans to Havannah, and back,
with an offer to extend to Kingston, in the
Island of Jamaica, or from gobile to the
same, and back, or from Fensiacola to the
same, and back, or from Charleston to the
same, and back, with an oiler to supply
The accepiaince or non-acceptance of
the bids will be determined by the 31st
day of January next.
New Production.-We rresume it is
not generally known that ja Corn Broom
Manufactory has been in successful:opera
tion at this place during the. past year
such, however, is the fact, and iis prob
ably the only one South of the Potomac.
Tie eatablisnient is owned and under the
direction of Dr. Crittenden,, whio mann
factured five or si* han red slpendid
Bsioms last season-eq'at4i iany made
in .the U. Stirte for strengtL -beauty of
fit-h. He raises the corniand turns tihe
ha dies from timber obtainid on his farm.
We are informed that these Brooms will
be furnished, wholesale or retail, as cheap
as a similar ar ticle cer lbe delivered in any
of the Southern cities. They' edn be had
at the Store of Hastie & Nicol, in this
town, and probably at oth'er places A
sample can also be seens at this office.
Dr. C. made preparations for extending
the business next year but the drought of
the past Summer almost entirely cut off
his crop of Broom Corn ; he has raised
sufficient, however, to make about 1000
Brooms. Success attend all similar en
terprises. say we. - tntenville, Octoberl17..
In noticing these pregnant -.movements
the Buffaulo Commtercial Advertiser very
"At every poinat Etngland seems to be
stren'gthenting her meatns of offence and
dlefence, and there is much reason to be
lieve that at no time, within the last qumar
ter of a century. have our relations with
that power been in a more delicate. if not
critical, sit untioua. WVhat is our Govern
ment doing ?- Denuding many of th'e most
im-portant points on the frontier, and the
seaboard of nearly all their effective de
fensive force, andI without the authority
and scarcely the color of law, transfering
this force to Texas, a foreign country by
our laws. Why is Buffalo, one of the most
importantr points otn the wvhole frontier,
without any troops, w~hile several compu
nlies are still kept at Plattsburgh, Sacketta
Harbor, Oswego, Detriot and Fort Grati
Religic'ta.-A powerful excitement, on
tho subjet of religion, pervades our sister
sister town of' Portsmouth. There has
recently been a great revival in the Meth
odist Church, and numbers are anxiously
inquiring "jwhat shall~1- do to be saved ?"
-many have been savinigly converted.
'the Baptist Church deep anxiety is
aelt, and yesterday of 23 expected to come
come forward, twelve were baptised by the
Rev.- Mr. Hume, the etoqnent and bo
lov'ed .pastor of- that congregation. In
the Presbyterian Church,- the inifluence of
the blessed spirit is deeply felt; iwo were
yesterdaj added to the congregation,
wvhich last evening was addressed by the
Rev. Mr. Stiles, in a straitn of powerful
and touching eloquence, which lasted
nearly two hours. Mr. Locke. of North
ampton Co., Va., a promising young con
vert, is to be ordained for the ministry at
the Presbyterian church in Portsmouth,
this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The South& Pole-T he Cape of Good
Hope Gazette, of the 25th of July, con
tains some highly interesting intelligence
from the Antarctic Region. According
to these accounts the Magnetic Pole was
nearly reached. It- appears that an expe
dition wvas fitted out1 at the Cape, and .sent
southward, under thecommand of Lieut.
Moore, of the Royal Navy, who succeed
ed in penetrating . farther .towards the
Pole than any navigator before him.
Saturday Etvening Post.
It has been resolved that the claimants
or epoilations by France prior to 1800.
ahall hold a convention in.Now York on
the 29th instant, and it would- he well for
those interested to have their elaimsa pre
The s3tate of South Carolina,
William Brunson and others. ,ummons
Applicants, vs. Calvin Cox. in Parti
and others, Defendants. lion.
BY an order from John Hill, Esquir,
.I Ordinary of the District aforesaid. I
will proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
House, dn the first Monday iu.November
next. the lands belonging to the Estate of
Solomon Cox, deceased, conaining fifty
Acres, more or less, situate in the District
and State afore.said, on the Maitintowu
road, adjoining lands or bauiel D; Brun
son, Francis Wood and other.
To be sold on a credit of twelve months.
Purchasers to give bond, and approved se
curity, and a mortgage of the premises to
the Ordinary if required to secure the
purchase money. Costs to be paid in
H. BOULWARE, S. E. D.
Oct 8 41 37
State of South Carolina,
Nancy Reynolds, Applicant, ) Summons in
William Reynolds, Wiley } Partition.
Reynolds, and others De
B Y an order from John Hill, Esquire,
Ordinary of the District aforesaid, I
will proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
House, on the First Monday in November
next, the lands belonging to the Estate of
Thomas Reynolds, deceased, containing
one Hundred and sixteen Acres, more or
less, situate in the District and State
aforesaid, adjoining lands of Nathan Bur
ton, Moses Holston, Wiley Reynolds and
To be sold on a credit of twelve months.
The purchaser will be required to give
bond and approved security, and a miort
gage of the premises to the Ordinary to
secure the purchase money. Costs to be
paid in cash:
1. BOULWARE, S E. D.
Oct 8 41 37
13Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa.
etas to me directed, I will proceed ito
sell at Edgefield Court House. on the
first Mlonday and Tuesday in November
nexr, the following property, viz:
Grithn & Burt tnd others, vs. Hugh A.
Nixon, one negro man by the name of
Tom, and his wife Annis.
1-. C. Turner and others, vs. Jas. Ste
veins, one horse.
Susannah Farrow, and others, vs. Msar
tha 0, Kitmbrell and Henry Goode nod
wife, one negro woman by the name -f
Mary, levied on as the property of De
John Colgan, vs. W. E. Claybrook. one
Terins of sale eash.
H. BOCULWARE. S. E. D.
Octobei 18 1845 3t 39
State of Soutith Carolina,
E DGEFIEL:D DISTRI 'T.
TN THE COMMON Pfi'AS.
Robert S. Di 1,)
t's. Foreign Alltachiet!.
Charles 1. Hitt, Foreign AttlacImcnt.
and Martin Hiut. J
BY an order from the Court of Com
.mon Pleas, I w'ill proceed to sell at
Edgefield Court House on the firs' Mon
day in Novembher next, in the above sin
ted cases, Twvo negro slaves by the natoes
of Joe and Cresar, levied on as thie prop
erty of the .Defendants,
Terms of saile cash.
H. BOUL-WARtE, S. E D).
October 18, 1845 3m $3 39
T shall be ready to receive Patnms hy
.K. the 1st of tiext 'month. (August.) The
infirmary is sitnated near the Genrgia Rail
Rtoad Depot, atnd c mn accommodate from. for
to eight white. and from ten to twenty black
p~atintis. A good nurse will be in attendance
at all times. day and night.
No charge trill be madte for board. nursing.
&Sc., tiut forsurgical attendance and operations,
the usuial fee wilt be required.
Dutring the lecture mouths, viz: fronm No.
vemtber io March. of each year. patients ttnable
to pay will he received. nrsed, and opeitaedl
upon liy' any niember of thte Famctlty. free o~f
PAUL F. EVE. .1. D.,
Professor of Surgery, in the .iedical College
r f Georgia.
Augusta,,iny 30 3m" 27
State of South Carolina.
William HI. Clegg and Wife,) Bit
vs. David Onmtz, '~ for
andI others. S Pariion.
- T appearinig to my satisfaction that David
ftOntz., one of the defendants in this case,
is absen~t from and resides beyond the limits of
this State. otn motion of Bonham, Complain
ant soticitor. tt is, thcrof-ore ordered, that tthe
said D. Outz da plead, answeror'demnr to com
pinantitts snid bell of complaitu, wutthin three
months from the publication hereof~or the said
bill with be taken pro confesso against him.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D.
September 10 3m 33
1r. Branareth's Wills.
HOWY TO GET hEALTH!
(fl1HOUSANDVS of persons cotntie to cure
. themselves of Colds, Coughs, h eadaches,
Rheumatic Afi'ectiotne, Small Pox, Mieasles,
Costiveness, Influenza, and tbe host ofithose in
dicationis of the body of the blood being oit of
order, simply by perseveringly using Bran
dreth's Vegetable Uaiversul Pills so long as any
symptoms of derargemnent in any organ re
tmain. Often by adopting this course, wvhich
experience has proved according to Nature, it
being tmerely assisting lier. htave many in a fe w
days been restored to health, who, h at for Bran.
dreth,s Pills had been sick for months. The
value of this titedicine is beyond price.
gTThe Pills are sold at Dr. Brandrethc's OJf
flea, 241. Broadway,.N. York. Also, by Blanm
i& Butler, Ed gefield'C. H .; S.D. Clarke itC.,
Hamtburg; J. S. h& D. C. Smyley, Meeting
Street; WV. M. Coleman, New Market; 1f'hitloc/l,
Sullivan & Waler, G reenwood ; L. D. Ne Iirri
man. Cokesbuiry. 31
Oct i . t - 36
g~ We are anthorized- to announce
Lavi R. Wu~o, as a candidate for thb
Office of Tax Collector, at the nextelectioe
IPe'. 26 5
Wholesale & Retail Grocers
CORNER CENTRE AND MARKET STREETS
HAMBURG S. U.
.IV AE just receivcd,and *will continue to
. receve tresh supplies ul the following
rrbcles, which they ofler to their friends and
the trade, Ut the lowest iarket prices:
30 hhds. consisting of St. Croix, Clairfield,
Porto Rtico ant Aluscovado.
Double Refined L%17 Crushed
50 bags Old Government Java Coffee,
10 do. Augustuka do.
125 choice Rio do.
1 Bale Mocho do
15 bags Cuba.
100 pieces Heavy Dundee, 44 to 45 inch.
250 do. Kentilcky, (heavy) 44 to 45 in.
50 do. Tow, 45 inch
125 do. Gunny, 24 per yard, 45 to 47 in
100 do Georgia & Cotolia, 44 to 45 in.
300 coils Kentucky Rope
50 do Manilla, do
50 do. Jute do.
20 bhds. Trinidtid Molasses. .
25 bblis. New Orleans. do
50,000 pounds from, of all sizes. Also,
a good assortment of* Hoop and Band
Iron, uorman an Caster & Cast Steel.
BA001 & b A L T.
30,000 Prime Country Sides.
2,000 Sacks Salt,
5 do Table Salt
Boxes Table Salt.
10 dozen I Maple Chairs
25 do Windjor do
10 do Cane Seat;
2 do Childrens, do
2 do Boys, do
2 do Offices, do
2 do lLucking, do
I do Nurse. do
. BL.VKETS. .
2 bales 9.4 blhnkets ' .
3 do 10-4 uo (weighing 7 lbi. to the
A good aseortmenst of Bed Blankets from
104 to 124.
1,00) ) ds. W asimington Jeans (heavy,)
1000 do. Coventry Plains.
100 Kegs, (assorted Sizes)
150 Bags, assorted Sizes
30 Kegs l1F Dupont's Powder
10 do Blasting do
20 do El*aee.Sporting, do
5000 lbs pure No. 1, NI. Y. Union Mills
'1E 4 S.
50 Boxes Teas. Consisiing of gun pow
der, Hysoi and Imperial
6 ases attees, "
I hest Black Tea "
200 Bbls. fresh Rock Lime.
-A L S O- -
Ginger, Pepper. Spice, Cinnamon, Nutniegs,
Indigo, Saltpetre, B!ue Stone. Copperas,
SnouThread, Snutf, Cotton & Wool Cards,
Brass Bound Buckets. Painted Bnckets,
Tuobs, Churns, Keelers. Willow Wagons
and ('radles. WVashboai ds, Cocoa Dippers,
Clothes Pins, Biroomns, Wooden Bowls,
Wash Stands, Bellows, Rakes, Scythe
Sneeds, Coltee Mills,8oap,Tallow & Sperm
Candles. Wagon Boxes,. Measures, Saddle
lions, WVindorr Glass, Starch, Pistols, To
bacco, (Grindstones, Osnaburgs, T wine, Cas
ings, Boots, Shoes, WVool HatsRice.Clothrps
Dastiets, Alnmnds, Benrkinus, Mackerel,
Mustard. Filih Chains, Lampi Oil; a choice
a1rtice of C hewing Trobacco; Viinegar, Bexes,
C Cider, Barrel Covers, Cod Fish, Plough
MIIoulds, Sole Leather, Nankeens, Choco
late. &c., &c.
WVANTED)-l0.000 lbs. BEES WVAX, for
wivmch cas~h will be paiid.
"'tate of South C'arolina.
J. WV, Siokes. )Declaration in
P. II. linoiney. Attachmntn.
7 H~ lE Plainttif1s in the above staied cases,
ham~ving tis day filed their decharations
in mny ofice, and the defendants having no wife
or attorney kniown to reside within thme limits of
thre State, on whom a copy of the same with a
rule to plead can be served: It is therefore
ordered. tha't the delfandant appear and plead
to the' same within a year and a day from the
daty hereof. or final aind absolute judgnmeint will
be awarded against him.
THIOS G. BA CON, c. c. tr.
Clerk's Office, 22d Nov. 1844.
Nov.27 44 Jy
State o)f South Carolina,
John B. Ronrntreo, Declamation in Foreigo
George Keppeart. A ttachment.
T H E Plaintiff having this day filed Ms~ De
claration in my office and the Defendan
having no wife or Attorney knon n to be with
in the State, ont whom a copy of the same, with
a rule to plead can he served: it is Ordered
that the Defendant plead to the said Declare
ti,,i within a yenarandl auday~or final and abso
itejudgment will be giveit against him.
THOMAS C. BACON, c. c.r.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 11th, .1844.
Nov. 13 ly 42
1 - M. Large Spanish (W: 4. H.
. 10 M. Spanish (L Valedos)
103M, do (R.P.M.)
5 M.Imperi Regalias, ('-Venus.'')
Just received, and for sale by
SIBLE~Y & CRAPON.
Hamburg, July 23, 1848 tf 26
.flg The friends of Lieu'. JAMEs .
IIARRIs. anogunec him as a..avdidare fi
the oflice of tax Collectitr at the next elei
Sep 3 to uf 3
SThe friends of EDMJUND Molni:
sq.. announce him as a candidaute for ii
E flice of Tax Collector at the nlext electio
o Nov 6. iff 41
* ~The friende ol' Maj-. S-.C. Sc oT
announce him as a candidate, for Ts
0ollector at the ensuing election.
Nov 6. 41.
We are authorized to announeE'R
J..-SumwrAttt as a candidate for uhe.offli
of Tax Collector, at the next election,
Dec. 25 if 48
State of SouthCain
IN TAE CA*0N0 $I
Vs. tu3 tacident
Harmon Hust ,
Enoch Byne htacknni
and Harman Hust.
A. Boggs, -
vs. Dedaraton in Attacimctrt
vs. Dec n in4an
H armon Hust.
vs. DC iAn tq4 .4
Benjamin E. Gillstrap, t
Vs. Declaratspn f .
Enochl Byne and Atach
iJiJ Btyne, J
.John Kerr, Dclaraton
Vs. I ?Atachment.
Enoch Byne. :J
James S Brown, Dedaratin
Enoch Byne and Attachmwest
Harmon Hust. J
B. B. Miller,
vs. Dc Ausige
Keers & Hope,
vs. Dec. in Attacgzspr
Enoch Byne. -
John Rogers, -
VS. Dcdaration in
Enoch Byne and Attachment. -
Elijah Byne. J
Vs. Decla'tion in Atidth'M
John W. Rheney,
VI. Declaratr-ia -
Enoch Byne and Atmchient. -
Harmon bust. j - -
Tauviab q. Jordan,
vs. Declaration in
Enoch Byne and Attacfmen. -
Win. D. Stone,
vs. Declarii'n in
Enoch Byne and -Attichmcnt
Henry 8. Iloadley, Declaration
vs. . .in
Enoch Byne. J AUichment
T HE Flaintins in the above cases, having
this day filed their Declaraidoniln'my -
otlice,and the Defendants having neithei Wives
nor Attorney's known to - reside within thoe
limits of the State on whom a copy of said
Declarations withs a rule to plead can be ser
ved: It is therefore ordered, that.the said De-.
iendantsdo appeat and plead to the said dec
larations within a year and a day from thedate
hereof, or final and absolute judgment will e
awarded against them by default.
THOS. G. BAON,c.c.P.
lerk's Office, May 6th, 1845. .16'
h1ay 14 ly
EDGE FIELD bsiTRhi
Seaborn A. Jones. Decaration
vs. in Foreign -
Enoch Byne. Atachntent.
HF. Plaintff having this day filed bis do
claration in my office, and the defendant
having no wife or attorney, known to be within
the State, on whom a copy of the same, with a
rude to plead, can be served: ltis ordered,-that
the defendant plead to the said declaration,
within a year anid a day, or final and absolut,
udgement will be given against.him.
TH-OS. G. BACON, c. c. i'.
Cietk's Office. 17th March, 1845 ly 8.
State of South Carolina,.
IN COMMON PLE AS.
Davis B. landley,)
4Joseph 31. Perry.
Thomas Davis, -
vs. ~ .Attachment.
Jsephl M. Perry.
(U 11IE Plaintiffs in the above cases, Vavinl
..this day filed theIr declaratioris in my of
fice, and the Defendants having neiither Wives
or Atiorineys known to reside within the limits,
Iof the State, on whomi a copy of said deelnra
lions, with a rule to ple nd cnn
therefore ordered, tlht the said
n ppear and pilead to the said declarations within
a year ,and a day from the date herent or in
default'thereof final and absolutejudgment wil
be awarded against themi.
T HJOS. G.BA CON, e. c. r.
Clerk's Office, May 12,1845
May 14 -ly , 16
State of South Carolina.
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT -
IN THE COMMON PLEAS
John B. Gorden -
Joseph M. Perry.
Alex. J. La wton -
vs. ~ .Attachment.
Joseph M. Perry.~. .
cases in rny office. It is shierefore,~Ordered,
that the Defendant do appear and ilead'to
the said Declarations within a sear and a
day from the date hereof, or.an* default
thereof final and absoluie judgmrenis fil
be given and awarded against t)R said
Defendant in both the above stated cas'es.
THOS G. BACON, 6. c.r.
Clerk's Office, 28th April, 184.
South Carolina, -
iN THE COMMON P.LEAS
irNancy M. Dillard, Exedatix vs. )Dec a n
Enoch Byne. Harmon Hust .For. At.
anid Wmn. H. Byne. taebhmnt e
rNH E Plaintiff in the above state .c aehs.i' -
ing this day filed herdeclaration in'ty
,office, aiid the defendants hasingneitbSer/Mi~es
e -or attorneys known toh bewithiin thjiIimitsnthis
I: State, on whom a copy fsd.t.j0grlclaraio'Os
with a rule to plead can be served .1i is there.
Ifore ordered, that the'sakdeferIdaDt5 plend
.to the said declarationsl, witiinia ,year..nd:,a
r' day from'thelialicatieiofthis o .. etinal
X and absolute judgment will he awardedagjis
CeksTHOMAS G'.BACON, a
CeksOffice. 17th .March 1845 3y
. The friends ofESMsot% B M tS
ei annonce-him~ as a cafida'eoVhirficO
Iof Tax Collector at the next eleciot.
Oct. 3O Ar 4