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THE BROKEN RING. i
to miss e. av. c. i
1 often saw a ring of gold, *
Of virgin gold, that richly shone,
And asked no gem of price untold
To lend a lustre to its own.
, 'Twas aiways on the small, soft hand
Of one so faultless and so fair,
She must have sprung, from some
That floats above this liquid Air:
I ever thought her soma pure sprite,
Who'd left her fragrant bowers awhile
And wandered to this world, to light
Its darkness with her Rosy smile:
And ever feared she would not stay,
To cheer us long with those soft eyes,
Whose melting, dazzling, tender, ray
Should only beam to bless the skies.
I often thought how soon she'd learn i
That this false world was filled with
A _J II? C. ! - 1 1 *
aiiu sauiy iroiu 11s Doruers turin*.
To seek ner sijnny bowers again?
But that plain Ring?from childhood's
dawn * '
To woman's bloom she always wore,
And as her joyous years sped on
She only prized and cherishcd more.
Not for bright jems that round it shone.
Not for the pearl's or diamond's glow?
She prised it for the sake alone
Of friends who loved her long ago.
Instead of Jewels round it placed 1
Of those dear friends the simple names
Were in the golden circle traced
As mem'ry's token?" Maiiy James." '
Npw for my soul I cannot tell
How any one could be so cruel,
So heartless as to break the spell
That lingered round that cherished
And yet alas! it has been done?
The charm is gone,the spell is broken;
A thoughtless, wanton, reckless one,
In twain has snapt the precious token.
Oh ! for this careless, wicked thing,
I pray he may forever smart:
And as he's brok'n tho fair one's Ting,
I only hope she'll break?his heart.
Lumplar^fS a., 184G. Alpiieus.
beautiful Toast was given recently at a"
celebration of the anniversary of the
Baltimore Typographical Society. 'The
words in italic are technical terms Well
known to the craft:?
The sweetest type updh-the earth,
The sweetest forvis, the fairest /aces,
Theloveliest /Zo7i'cr5 that e'er had birth,
- That ever clung to maS em-braces.
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Governor Martin, of Alabajna, hafs
vetoed the Bill for the t6Tief of Hon.
Wra. L. Yancy, the object of which was
to remove his disability to hold office
under the State, created by his duel with
Clingman, of North Carolina. It is
thought however, that the Legislature
will re-pass the bill over His Excellency's
"Hpn.Jas. Buchanan.?The rumor
which were afloat last week, that\thc
distinguished statesman who so ably
fills the office of Secretary of State wiw
about retiring from the cabinet,,are totally
unfounded. The happiest understanding
exist between him and the.
President. The withdrawal of such a ^
man as Buchanan from the councils of- '
the nation at this peculiar juncture in^J
our national affairs, would be tan evftSt* j
tp be deplored by the whole country^ ?
His ability_as a statesman, his pj\triotisny J
and far-seeing sagacity could not safe}/ *
be dispensed with.?>iV. Globe.
, One may live as a conqueror, a
mug, or a magistrate, Dutfte must I
die a man.?The bed of death
^brings every man to his pure indi- .
viduality to the intense contemplation.
of that deepest of all relations,
the relation between the creature
and his Creator.?Webster.
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gTOvnm& ipni the placing injiljJBjjt
tate Hous<?t\vo marble statue^One
of ' Washington, < the -othe^o# ;
Jitcfeson. CThey appropriate 15,-^ is
00d dollars'/or the purpose. *h
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Washington s Gkave.?A gentlenan
who has recently visited the
$rave oi' Washington at Mount
Vernon, says :?
"It grieved* me to tfie soul to
witness the utter neglect which is
visible around this- consecrated
Snot. Thft rtinlfpsf. ttrwl fnnlpet
weeds are permitted to grow and
liourish above and around it. A
lew scattering cedars in all the
wilderness of' uncultivated nature,
are the only trees to be seen in
the vicinity of the grave; while
around it in every c|i)'ection the
eye rests upon dilapidated rail
fences, broleen rails and scattered
brushwood. The roads leading to
it are washed into impracticable
ravines covered with filth and
presenting nought that is agreeable,
but everything-/that is offensive
to the eye and uncongenial to
the hallowed spot."~::
Intrepid Jews.?On a late occasion
the Emperor of Russsia was
reviewing his fleet, when two
3*ilors particular)' excitbd his at*?
tention, bc^hvby the precision with
whi'ch* t h ey-pprformed several difficult
manoeuvres, and by the agU
lity and daring which, they dfe
played. 1 lie Emperor was so
much pleased that he immediately
promoted one to be a captain ; the
other he apposed lieutenant on
the spot. The mei^however, were
Jews, and there is atfukas forbidding
Jews to wear an epaulette.
The admiral of the fleet, who stood
by, IcKowing that-they were Jews
stated the difficulty to his imperial
Majesty. * Pshaw . cried the
Emperor, " that does not signify
in the least?they shall immediat ely
embrace the Greek religion of
course." When this determination
was communicated to the two
young men, knowing thakremonstrarice
or refusal would be in vain,
they requested the Emperor's perv
mission to exhibit still more of their
manoeuvres, as he-had not seen all
they cotfld do. This being grafted,
they ascendedthe topmast, embraced,
and locked in each other's
arms, uirew themselves in to the
sea and disappeared forever.
It is stated in ths National Intelligencer
that tiie Rgman Caitholics
of Washington have it in contemplation
to erect ill the metropolis
a church edifice of magnificent
dimensions, something after
the manner of the most extensive,
cathedrals of Europe.: It is intended
to appeal for aid in.this undertaking
to every congregation of
their denomination in tie United
States. It is estimatefTthat the
structure will cost about seveiftyfive
; It speaks wel-I"?There arc? 1555
newspapers and pcriodicals in the.
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uujicu omics, unu out i'/yi in Blithe
world besides. - ' ,
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A coxcomb, talking* of the
transmigration of souls said, " In
111 e t.i111(no doubt
hod ;otheP6, def'efts.?
^Partition, Refil Estate, Jane Bouche 1\
Ion, deceased, .ggh
it appearing to my MUisfdcUon that Isaac
Bouchillon,Joseph Bullott and Elizabeth,
his wife, Defendants, in, 'ihfsi base, reside
without the limitb^oF' t his'State:. I? is
therefore Ordered, thai, they do appeal ilid
object to.the divisioQ yrsrkle of tljp Reul
Estate of JaneJBoupKulph, deceased, on
or before the fimJfaondjiy ii) May next, or
their conseng. will&e filtered on jrecprd,
Feb 4,49 13t E^UESLY, Ord'ry.
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By Order of'jlie Court of Ordinary.
J. BoucheMgn,W; ijps. J? L-> Ronchellon^and
olheTS.^Pariilion.' * . ..
Will be 8o14? on the first Moadtfy March
nejttvthe REAL ESTATE of Jeftv-itaucbellofr,
dcccaeed, /or Partition, containing
Oni? Honored. Acref?, on?/wat6ra of
Little River, Adjoining lands -of Jo^ B.
JTitt and othehs, on cre4?t-to OcV*bf*,nr-xt.
pjj^?' 'j^rTT*ro^'' x' '
on -*?utb instant, ivy! mpttt iti' guit. r *?
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To Country Merchants.
Importers unci Dealers iu Dry Goods,
CIIAKLESTON, S. C.
Would inform Country Merchants, that
their SPRING STOCK is inprogresa of
suipmeiu, anu win receive, uuriug mo season
as LARGE und COMPLETE
STOCK as can be found in any similar
establishment. They will sell on the most
200 North-East Comer King and, Market-Streets.
Jan * JJO 8t
Valuable Town Property
FOR SALE !
nr. The subscriber intending to
'tsm roove to thn'country, oflers for
i2S&sal'-' ',is HOUSl'J and LOT in
Village of Abbeville* situated
on the Public Square. Tne House is a
comfortable and commodious one, apd in
collection with it, are two LAW OFFICES,
which can be n-nted at fair prices.
All the out buildings and fencing are new,
and the Dwelling House ha3 bren recently
PAINTED. Any person wishing such
property, would do well to call and sr>e me.
Dec 17 42tf ' J. RAMEY
All persons indebted to me as Guardian,
Administrator or otherwise,.are earnestly
requested to pay up their honds and notes,
on or before tlio 20tli February next, to
Edward Noble, Esq.-, who is my authorized
Attorney during1 my absence from the
State. E. P. NOBLE.
. Jan 21 47 5t
. _ Cotion Gifts.
ri^HE subscriber is prepared to make
.1 Cotto? Saw Gins, of the latest irn-?
provment, and out of the best materials,
warranted inferior to none now made for
making fine Gntton ;?iwentv-five cents per
saw cheaper than they can ro bought in this
State or Gorgia. Person wanting new
gins would do well to cull and examine for
themselves and have them made to order.
Reparing done in all its various branches.
J. A. HUNTER.
Abbeville, Feb. 22, 1845. 52 tf * Abbeville
By virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Facias
to me directed, will be sold, at Abbeville
Court House, on the first Mondav in
March next, the following properly.?
^<850 Acres of Land, more or lesss, levied
on as the property of William Ware
ads William Burmore and others.
375 Acres of Land, more or less, levied
on as the property of John Lyon ads
Samurl P Learti for Moses Jones et al.
250 Acres of Land, more or less,bounded
by Richard Maddox and others, levied
on ns the property of N M Ware ads John
? n r\?1* lifirr
V V A UOCJ UUU WIU1.JO.
80 Acres of Land, more or less, levied
on as the property of W W x\nderson ads
50 Acres of Land, more or less, levied
on as the property of John Rosamond ads
316 Acres of Land, more or less, levied
on as tiie property of John- Pratt ads
175 Acres of.Land, more or less,bounded
by Robert llichev and others, levied on
as the property of John Ri'chey ads Win
Barmore and others.
1 5 Negroes, levied on as the property
of James M Vamlivcr ads Charlrs B Fou*?
ghee, McKinney Thomas, and others.
1 Negro, levied on as the property of
Sanders Williamson ads^Wm C Hill, by
1 Mare, Saddle and Bridle, levied on
as the property of George O Morrow ads
1 Negro, levied on as the . property of
Francos Herron ads R C Gordon eial.
1 Negro,* levied'on as the property of
Jehu Mouchitt ada*Nat.han Brown. ,
1 Negro man, Arrhstrong, a good carpenter,
levied on as the property of Thos
Hinton ads Thos C Stewart, ExW.
1.Negro woman, Susan, ^fid.child,
' Cfbey, levied on ;ns the property of Surah
AArcher ads Wade Speed.
. 1 Negro, man, Lark in, a good blacksmith,
levied on as the property of Wm H
Simpston uds Jumes E Robertson, Guard'n
1 Negro boy Philip, levied on as the
property of Jehu Mouchet ads N. Brown.
1 Negro girl, levied on as the proper?
ty of Joshua Watts ads T E Suggs, et al.
1 Negro girl, levied on as the property
of James Pert ads Win Eddins, et al.
I Mare, levied on as the property of
Alex Donald ads H?rvy Nelson.
1 Negro man. Mike, levie<Lon as the
property of N M Ware uds J H Cobb.et al
x ncgiu yii i, iuvjuu l?ii as ine.property
of A. Arnold ads H A Jones, Coni'r,
15 Negroes, Henry, Briss, Fort, Jim.
' Milly, Nelly, Elhck, Edmund, D.dsli, Mary,
Teria, ?)ice, Mitche.'l, Kfrh, W>sley, le~
jjied < n na the property of Wro Ware ads
Sfimu' l L Hill, Jas H.Cobb, and others.
Terms Cosh. ' J,aRAMEY, Sh'ff.
-ifebrunry 3, 1646.Sale
of** Land?For Partition.
.By Ord'J* of tfie Court of Ordinary for
Abbeville District, 1 will sell, on the first
Monday iri March next, for Partition, the
REAL ESTATE of Robert.Cozby, decensed,
containing One Hundreii and
Twenty .nin* Acres, jpore or less, on wa?
tcrs of Rocky Rivor, and bounded bj lands
or Maj^Cohiwell* Joseph :-F- Bwker, and
others, on a credit till, 6rstJ&nuary 1847.
Purchase) to pay ths costs in cash, boqd.
with sscurity find mortgage if feeCesstfy.
Jan 30 40 4t J? RAMEV, Sh'ff . [
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"HOWARD & GAHMANY,
(HAMBURG S. C.)
The customors of the firm of HOWARD
& GAIlMAQi if, will phrase come forward
and settle ut the earliest possible conveni
The firm will have.been dissolved one
year, in January next, by which lime I earnestly
desire to have the business cloaed.
I am at all times to be found a* the old
stand, with all thn Notes and Accounts of
the firm. G. W. GARMANY.
Dec. 2- 7t
H. L. JEFFERS,
General Agent and Commission Merchant,
1IAMKURG, S. V.
Still offers his services to his friends and
the public, and he will devote his undivided
attention to the
.Selling of Cotton and Flour,
Receiving and Forwarding Goods.
Buying Goods for Planters or Merchants,
or attend to a mi business that man
be com nulled lo his care.
Ho embrace this opportunity of tendering
bis thanks for their liberal patronage
heretofore bestowed, and by tndlisiry and
elose attention to business, Ire hopes to
merit, and continue to rec?*ive,>ibe same.
It shall be his aim to make all his, charges
as light as possible, knowing tliftt will be?
lo his interest to closely observe the interest
ot bis friends. Liberal advances will
be made if required, on produce, sent, to
him for sale or store. Cotton sent to him
by Boats, will be received free of jivharfage.
All produce sent to him lor sale, will
be promptly sold on arrival, if so ordered,
aupr 6 23 tf
Warehouse and Commission Business,
hamrukg, s. c.
^oThankl'ul to our friends for
:/.V<$> JH*be liberal patronage hitherto
WES^SSG^SSfl rpccive^jwv? respectfully snJ^MBflBHSgfa
licit a continuance of the
same, at our old
where we will cqptinue to
"* Receive, Store, and Sell
COTTOJW AIViD OTHER PRODUCE,
Receive and Forward
We will give undivided attention to any
business in our line, entrusted to our cure,
except the buying of col Ion, which we refuse
to do on either our oivn account or that
'f others,believing it lo be difficult to please
in tne united capacity of both buyer and
From the. Ions' experience of our senior
partner, anil by prompt and devoti d attention
to all matters of business confided
to us, we hope to merit a share of public
patronage. Sept 24 30 Oin
Warehouse and Commission Merchant,
HAMBURG, S. <*
^ ^ - The subscriber continues at
<$> Wtiic old stand ofH L JeflVrs
&, Co., and will ?|ifrv on the
VV ARE HOUSE AND
COMMISSION, RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING BUSINESS, ns lu re,
tolore, but in his own name and on his own
lie promises strict nnd punctual attention
to oil Consignments and orders, and
respectfully solicits the continued patrounce
of his former friends.
je 25 17 3m J F GRIFFIN.
r ROSPECTUSV*v V
Of the Fourth Volume Of the
Sptttftcr.tt cuittba tor,
A MONTHLY JOURNAL,
Devoted to the Improvement .of Southern
Edited by~lMES~lMAK, of Mhcus,' Gu,
In submitting to the ^Southern Public
the Prospectus for the-F'i?\irtli Vqlume of
the.Southern CultiVfftflr,jj^bnich may now
be regarded qs pemiaperitfy, established,
the Publishers doom it unnecessary to (idvert
to tli? bigrh chnracefr'tlie -Work has
attained under the edit&ria] control of Mr.
Camak, and therefore mako a?direct appeal
to the. Pin liters and JFrien^s of Agriculture
tliroi^hofet^bu- Sau^berg Slates, to
aic mem in sustaining a^^MflicWion devo*.
ted exclusively to the caii.de,of Agriculture.
The 'advantages and^bcqeiils resulting
from Agricultural Periodicals, have been
felt and acknowledged b^tlie intelligent
andieflecting tillers of the "feoil in all civilised
naliono ; to be most useful, therefore,
they should be extensively circulated
among all classes of Agriculturists; if
jjossible, they should be in the hands of
every man who tills an acrp of land, and
to (his end we myoke the airfiot every one
who feels an interest in-the improvement
of the Agriculture of the South.
It is published monthly, in Quarto form;
each number contains 16 pages of matter,
9 by 12 inches square.
One copy, one year^ '*_ =$1.00
Six copies, " 5.00
Ttventy-frve copiii^rte year, 20.00
n?A hnnffwuT " " < v 7ZCin
The cosh dystem'wili be rigidly en forced.
The casJi ojust always accompany the order
' : J. W.& W. S/JONES.
Augusta, Ga^ Nov., 18j6/
The subscriber reapecttolly requests those i
persons who are indebted tohifn, to coine
forward And settle up to Jet initent.
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STATE IS SOUTH CAROLINA," '
t In tie Covimon Picas.
Silas Ajider/on, who is in tho custody of
?l>n I : n- k" A L| Ml T-V? . . I .
n.^ ununn ?t nuucvine uistrici, oy virtue
of finul proiess at the suit of the State of
South Caiblina, haying this day filed his
petition \uth a schedule ot his whole estate,
lor We purpose ot obtaining the beneI
fit of thqActs of Assembly, called the Insolvent
Debtor's Act." Public notice is' 1
herebyiriveil, that the petition of the^id
Silas Anderson, will be heard at the Court
of Coi/imon Pleas, for Abbeville District,
nt Aboevillc Court House, on the third
Monday of October", 1840, or such other
day thereafter as the Court may order, duri'iy
tji? term commencing at the same'
place, on the day aforesaid. And all the
creditors of the said Silas Anderson are
hereby notified, personally, or by attorney,
to tie and appear, then mid there, in the
said Court, to show causc. if nnv thev run
why the benefit of the said Acts should
not be grunted to 1 ho said Silas Anderson,
upon his taking the oath and making the
assignment required by law.
J NO. F. LIVINGSTON, Clerk. Clerk's
Office, 23d Jan. 1846 493m
STATE OF SOUTH~CAROLINA,
Abbeville District?In the Court of
JOHN WIIITF., who is in the custody
of the Sheriff'of Abbeville District, by vir*
I t.ue of final process at the suit of William
Smith, having this day filed his Petition,
with a schedule of his whole estate, for the
purpose of obtaining the benefit of the
Acts of Assembly, called the "Insolvent
Debtors' Act." Public notice is hereby
given, that the Petition of the said John
j White will be heard at the Court of Coramofi
PIoqh for Abbevillo District; at. Ahha?
villi; Court House, on Monday, the 16th
day of March, 1846, or such other day
thereafter as the Court may order, during
the term, commencing at the same place
on tho day aforesaid. And all the credit
lors of thi-! said John White arc hereby notiffed,
personally or by attorney, to be and
appear, then and there, in thS said Court,
to show cause, it anv tliev can. whv
said Ads should not be granted to the said
John "White, upon Lis taking the oath and
making I'm? assignment required by law.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov 21,1845 39 3tn
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
In the Common Pleas.
Geo W Pressly, 1
vs >Decl'iionin Attacbm't.
Rob'i YildelL S
(jcor<re \V Press!y, the Plaintiff, having
jhis day filed his Declaration in the Office
*of the Ch-rk of said District, aguinst Robert
Yeldel!, the Dofeiidunt, who is said to
. bu absent from and without the limits of
this State, and who has neither wile nor
Attorney known, on whom a cony of* ihis
Declaration with a rule to plead can be \
served: Ordered that the said Defendant \
do appearand plead thereto within a year
filial fl ilnif *1?? f ^ ' ? * * -1 '* '' **
I?..m M ?ih.j nuiii into unit-, vji juu<!IIIU1IL UJ
default will bo entered njainpt him.
JKO F LIVINGSTON, Cler?\
Clerk's Office, IOili Sept, 1845
Sept 17 29 ly
STATii OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
In the Common Pleas.
Allies Kingsmore, Adm'x. } Decl'u. in
v. > Foreign
Francis Henderson. Attachm't.
The Plaintiff having filed his Declaration
in my office, and the Defendant having no
wife or Attorney, known to he within the
State, on whom a copy of the same, with
a rule to plead, can be served : It is Order
ed that the Dcfendunb- plead to the said
D eclaration witliiri a year and a day, or
final and absolute judgment will be given
J. F. LIVINGSTON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov 19,1845 ly
Abbeville District?In the Court of
Common Pleas. ?
! Joseph W. W. Marshall, bearer, vs. *
Francis Henderson, sen'r.?DecVn. in i
Attach't. on Promtry. Note. /
| Whereas, the Plaintiff in this action did, ^
on this day, file his Declaration aapinst
j the Defendant, who is absent from and
J without the limits of this State, as it is
j said, and having neither wile nor attorney
known, upon whom n copy of the abovo
Declaration, with n rule to plead thereto,
on or before the Twenty-second day ot
November next, otherwise, final and absolute
judgment will be then given and
awarded against the Defendant.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov 22, 1645. 39 ly
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Isaac Bouchelon, appl'nt., vs.. Joseph L.
Bouchelon, et al, def'ts.
It appearing- to my satiMfactiori that Joseph 1
Belott and Elizabeth, his wile,DefepdajdUt
reside without this State: It is ihereford
Ordered, that they do appear and object to
the division or sale of the Real Estate of
Joan Bouchelon, on or before the 1st Mon? ,
day in May next, or their consent tfr the '
same will bo entered of record.
DAVID LESLY, Ordinary.
January 14,1846 4? 13t."
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Notice in Equity. > *
Trustees and Guardians who'are'accountable
to the Office Of Commissioner fiti kEquity,
for Abbeville District, Will TAKIS
NOTICE to n#uke their returns .on, or before.
the first day of .April next ;,.qtherw|g?i
they will be dealt with according to tiw.'.
H. A. e;a. J
Com'rs. Office, Dec. 29th Iitt*.'' 44tf'
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