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Think not because the eyes are bright. cl
And the-smiles arelaughing there, . is
The heart that beats within is light (I
And free from-pain and care; p1
A blush-waytinge the darkest cloud N
.Ere Soil~Jast.rays depart, al
And'underneath the sunniest smile- - h
May lurk the saddest heart. t
lirtli'u sudden gleam may li~lit the cheek, b
Though joy be far away. b
As blossoms oft adorn the tree - t
That's hastening to decay; F
It is but the varying hue t
Of April's wayward hours- tI
*_.Asadden bursting brightly through,
When all behind are showers. _
. For there are -pangs the sorrowing heart
Will oft in darkness shroud, b
That lurk within the Fonely deptlis ti
Like-lightning in the cloud; e
As falls the shadow on the path, -
When bright the sunbeams glare, M
Which ever way our thoughts are turned, a
That darksome shape is there. - i
-Though brightly o'er the hollow cheek, I
Theenmile, the laugh may break, it
Like bubbles burst on the breast .
Of Acheron's dark lake; u
They are but outward signs to hide it
The deadly pangs they 1 1,
As o'er the lone and mouldring tower
The tose is taught to steal.
From the Southern Agriculturist. F
THE LONG STAPLE COTTON &TRE'CUBA TOBAccO.
SHORT STAPLE COTTON IN SOcTa-CAROLfrA. n
From the depressed condition of the Ji
market for the short-staple cotton; I am A
induced -to offer a few remarks, proposed a
for ameliorating the condition of the plan
ters of the short-staple cotton in South
Carolina; I am aware, however, of t-he
indifference in which many such articles j
'have been ieceived by the planters; ye' tI
without experiments and changes, many tc
valuable discoveries that are the sources -d
of wealth, and tho pride and admiration or
the age, would bave been, doubtless wrapt
up in oblividn; We have been and are
yet- a progressive people, and m ust con
-tinue so, or else we must'retrogade, as has S
been the lot and condition-of all those who m
have preceded us-in7 the scale of existence.
At the time of-the Roman invasion, the
inhabitants of Britain' lived as savages,
and-appeared in painted skins, and at the
time believed.their condition to be perma
neat; but it was not so, for afterwards we
find them:enjoying the society of civilized v
man, and in building rail-roads. steam- ci
ships. and manufacturing-a demonstra- ti
tion which should at once. render us dis
satisfied with our present condition, and a
inspire us with motives calculated to pro
duce a~revolution in our occupations; and
at this juicture. I cannot conceive of an Ci
thing which would tend that way with. C,
more velocity, than the production of the w
long-stajile Cotton and the Cuba tobacco; ic
-either if planted on-light and friable ham.
mock lands would remunerate sufficiently ti
foi- the labor that would lbe required in the
cultivation~ of the cotton.
That the long staple cotton and the Coba
tobacco can be cultivated iu South Caro
lina and Georgia, as far north as the :33 n,
-degree, with considerable profit to the pro- va
ducer, we -have abundant reason to he- vi
lieve, and from the circumstances of its 01
-having .been produced in various parts of 9l
the interior-of Florida, remunerating suffi- "
ciently to warrant the almost entire aban
donment (uless on very tenacious soils,)g
of the-eulture~of the short staple cotton.- i
I am fully aware that -i now occupy de- Ii
,batable grounds, from the geographical t:
situation atnd extreme southerness of Flo
ride ; ye' with all the advantages she may i
* have over South Carolina, we are not to
be persuaded that they are sufficiently im
portant to cause a negligence in South
-I will-introduce a few re:niarks out of
many which could be produced relative to
what has been realised by a few of the -
farmers of Florida. I remark that a great
many of the farmers of my acquaintance, '
(and most of thbem residing in the interior)
have gathered at least one bale of the
lonxg-staple cotton (on an average) per -
-acre. I- have been informed -by Col. C.
Ra't es, that the tobacco growers a; atnd
near Clear Water Harbour, (during the I
past year,) realised at least the sum of Sive
huind red- dollars per acre; also, I was in-- C
formed by Col. John Rupell, of Thomes
County. Georgia, that a farmer who re
sides ntearihim in Middle Florida, had res e
alised by the ctulture of a lot of tobacco of j
eighteen yards' bquare, the sum of twvo
hundred dollars; and also, that another
individual with two iatnds, on pine land, a
(though well trod with cattle) had realized
thie sum of one, thousand dollars.
From the foregoing, it must be apparent f
to every farmer, that a conciliation of the h
farmers -of South Carolina, (and even A
*Georgia) to some other occupation, would e
be the means of releasing them from the ~
burden incutired, and the small profit now
realised -by the cultivation of the short- I
staple cotton to such an extent.
--Persons .desirous of planting the Cuba
tobacco, can be informed as to the plant
ing and cultivationi, by referring to.- the
back numbers-of- the Southern Agricul
One year's residence in Florida, b~
1-.'acahoota, East Fla.. March 5th, 1845.
fQ-The friends of SAMPSON B. EmAS,
announcelhim as a candidate for 'he-Office
-of-Tax Collector at-the next election.
Oct.30 - - tf 40 -
IQ" We are authorized to announce
iLave R. 'Wna~os,'aser andidate for'the
- Officeuf TaxCqllector,'at the next election.
AVE you pain I Be thanklul. It is a
. vigorous effort of Naiure to throw off
orbific matter., From what may the morbific
atte- arise? Fri a brtase,or unwholesome
r which has become mixed4with the blood,
t incorporated in it, but which - is liable to
int tie whole mass ifnot speedily removed.
r the pain may- arise from bile which has be.
mine bad. rancid, putrid, in consequence of the
ant of power in the proper organs to. dis
arge it. This pain which so frightens peoplc
only the symptoms of the efforts of Nature,
or the vital principle of the blood,) to expelthe
-ant f impurc natter. which would other
i-se destroy the human fabric. All diseases
-e-of the solids or fluids, or both. When we
ave pain in - our head, or in-our foot, in our
iroat. or in our back or bowels, let us but be
Ltisfidd that it is produced by the efforts of our
lood to throw off morbific matter, and-if this
-so, if we can but believe and understand
is, our cure will be easy and generally sure.
or our edurse will then be to help Nature to
row off the morbid matter, not to take away
e blood. For the blood, every drop we have is
qud to insure ultimate health to 'the body.
Ve must not lose a drop: neither must we
se anymedicine internally which are not per
'Ctly harinless, if applied externally to the
dy. So we must not use any ofthe prepara
ons of mercury, neither must we use any veg
:able-medicine of corrosive power.
In order to discriminate between Truth,
'hich is eternal, and conjecture, which is like
transient vision, we must be guided by the
ght of experienc.e. To what does experience
rectkl To the free use of DR BRAND
XTH'S PILLS in all cases of bodily suffer
ig. As this advice is followed, so will 'the
Ath of the body be. rhe writer-has long
sed them and has nevei found them fail -at
nparting relief. In all acute diseases, let
randreth's Pills and mild diet be used, and the
atient will soon be restored to good health.
i chronic complaitts lt the Pills be used as
Rlen as convenient, by which means the vital
y of the blood will be imiroved, and.the crisis
ill be generally brouht abot ;'the disease
eing changed to acutea few large doses of
ills and a few days confinement to the house,
ill chian-e the chronically diseased individual
a soumi mam. This is no figure of the im
ination: it can be proved by 'a thousand
iatter-of ict men who have experienced it
eemedber, in all cases of disease, no matter
liether it be a cold or a cough, whether it be
ithma or consumption: whether it be rheu
atism or pleurisy; whether it be typus or fever
3d ague. or billions fever; cramp oil Whoop
g cough or measles; whether it be scarlet
ver or small pox: that the Pills known as
randreih's Pills will surely do more than all
e medicties of the Drug Stores for your res
ration to thalth,and what is more will surely
you no harmn.
ETThe Pills are sold at Dr. Brandreth's OJ
e, 241 Broad way, N. York. - Also, by Bland
Butler, Edgetield C. H-.; S. D. Clarke - Go..
*smmnburg; J. S & D. C. Smyley. Meeting
treet; IV. M. Coleman, New Market; Whitlock,
llivan & Walter, Greenwood ; L. D. Meiri
Manrh 12. 5t
Remedy for Coughs.
. R-IULL'S COUGH LOZENGERS are
most rapidly superceding all other prepa.
tions foi the relief of Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
thoopig-cough, Catarrh, Tightness of the
test, Brouchitis, and similar pulmonary affec
Thousands, we may say thousands who have
ffered for years from the above. diseases are
)w in the possession of sound health, which
ay be attributed entirely to the fortunate use
one 25 cents box of this invaluable medi
ne. They are as pleasant to the taste as
tidy-convenient to carry in the pocket, and
arranted to be ths most effectual Cough med
ine in use.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with direc
Hull's WormIf Lozenges.
woRtS. !WORMs ! ! WvoRMs!!
It is estimated that. 100.000 children die an
ally front the effects of worm's alone !! This
tst mortality could be almost enttire-ly lpre
mted biy the muse of Dr [lullfs Wonas LOZEN
s. Every family wvhere there ate children,
ould not fail to keep this important medicinie
the house, anid administered when their
imptoms inidicate the presence of these dan
trous and destructivere ptiles..
UJ7 The following extract from the "Spar
Gaiettc" speaks th3 sentimbents of all who
ive ever used this valuable WVoax Dsstuov
From onr owon knowcledge, we take great pica
cre in recommending Hull's Wlorm Lozengecs as
best Worm Medticine extant. (ljClddren
'ill cry for them, and eat them as they wopud
l17 A fresh supply, juar received and for
Ie, by - 3' D. TIBBETTr'S.
Only 25 Cents per box, with direction
(Jt. 3t . 6n 41.
J - .
H1ESE PILLS wherever they have been
.Ufairiy tried have establishe~d an enviable
elebriy, and are daily supersedinig all other
reparations in cnring ite diseases for wvhich
ey are prepared.
The followintg certificate is from Judge For
at, a gentleman of the first respectabilty in
effersoni co., Alabama.
Jonesboro'. Ala., 4th 6'eb. 1644.
[ certify that in the summer of 1842 I had a
avere attack of fever and ague, and-was for
ne time uinder the treatment of a physician,
mit ireceived no benefit from his prescriptions
-mly disease continuing to increase in the
'equency and severity of its attacks. I at last
ad recourse to Dr. Hull's Feverand Ague amnd
Lnti Fever Pills, and in usinig half a box 'vas
tirely cured, and have remained in good
ealth ever since. I afterwards had ini my
tinily several eases of fever atnd ague, amid
ave ina every instance made use of Hull's
'ills..wiich htave always immediately effected
cure. .J. F. Fonssr."
Price, S1 per box, with directions.
li7 A fresh supply, just received and for
ale, by J. D. TIBBETT'S.
Oct. 30 . 6m 41
8 hereby given, that three months after date,
the road leading from E. Settle's to Cheat.
am's Bridge, on Turkey Creek, (there being
objection,) will be discontinued as a public
By order of the Board:
T HOS.3J. HIBBLER, Seceretary
of Board of Commissioner s.
- Feb 14 3m 3
(0i"T be friends of Maj. S. C. SCOTT,
unnouce him as a candhidete for Tax
3illeCtor, at the ensuing election.
Nov, a f 41
R MAINING: in the Pst Offi'e-at
L Edgfield,;Co0ft .House, . C., on
te d1saday of'Afarch, 1845;thicr if not
taken out -beforehibe 30th day of June next,
will be sent to the Post 'Offlce Departent -
as dead lstters.-*".
Addison; Mrs..M. Adams, MajH.
Anderson, Mr. Jno. Armstrong, James
Abney, Dr. M. W.
Bauikett,. Esq. Jo. Brooks, P, S. a
Bonharn, Gen. M.L. Boyce, Jao. J. tI
Blease, T. W. Baskins, Jas. it
Briant,.zrr Robert Brown, Stephen; V si
Booth, James Brown, W. P
Carrol, Col. J. P. Cloy, Miss T.M. hl
Corley, Mrs. S. E. Corley, Mathes -b.
Crosier, William .. Cloy, Dr. Robet a
Coibran, W. S. Cooper, Hillerry -j? f
Cosby, John Claybrook,Dr.W.E. ii
Chandler, Thos. Cogburn, Jno. M. a
Cook, Miss MaryA. Corley, Mrs. A.
Daniel. Maj. W. Delach, Capt. T. 0
Day, Julias -
E & F
Edmons, Samuel . Fair, John H.
Guignard, Sanders G611y, Peter a
Gritiiu, Mrs. C. Glove, Reilly tl
Grifiu,-W.-B. - q
Hughes. Mr. J. Hobbs, Elizabeth
H ollesmau,Dr W.F. Huffman, Sr. Henry
11ll, Joseph B. Hibler, Tbos.'J. .
Hill, James L. Hunt, Mr.
Hfamiltou, John Howard, Bird
Hicksou, Thomias Hatcher, B. V. '
Julhan, Miss M. E. Jones, John P.
L ' 'I - *
LandrnmU1. N. Lawson, John
Lovel, James Lowrey, Conrad
Medlock,Mis.i.A. 2 Maiden, Alen i
Mins, James H. Miles, Aquilli I
Munday, John Marrin, D. D.
Mays, Mrs. Eliz'th Marshall, J. F.
XcGarety, Jas. H.
Nobb, Edward a
Packeis,Ho.F.W. Pressley, Edwai '
Permenter, Mrs. A.
Rochell, John Reins; Henry J.
Randolph, D. Ryan, B. J.
Runels, Reuben H.
Smith, M. R. Swearingen, Ml. c
Samuels. Robert Sheppard, James
Samuels, Musco Shettlewortb, W.
Tillman, George Tillman, B. R.
Wigfall, L. T- 3 Williams, Miss-C.
%Vise, Miss &ugusta White, Mary
West, Arthur - .. Wood, Mrs. E.
Ward,>Wm. Wilson, Laurens
Wilson, J. L. A. Williams, Jesse . I
Al. FRAZIER, P. A.
April2 3 96 10 1
R. LA(COUNT'S ELIXIR is a speedy,
Dcertain, and lasting cure for the most
painful and distressing disease that can affect
the human frame. In almost all eases or
Tooth-ache it arises from a decayed state of
the.parts, which exposes to the action of the I
atmospheric air, the nerve, or internal surface e
of the copious or rotten tooth, and a cure must t
be effected, either by extraction or by render
ng those parts imperious to the action of the
air.Laout' Eh is particularly adapted
to destroy the nerve, without the lihetin- y
jury to the other teeth, and thereby effect aa
permanent cnre. Its application is niot at- e
tended by the slhghtest pain, or iconvenmence.
11T'Thousands have declared that they would
not be without this preparation if it cost $10 -
Price. 50 Cents.
For sale in Edgefield, by
J. D. TIBBETT'S. -
OJct.30 6m 40 I
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
Tj H E Subscriber having enlarged his
111ouse, and removed his Bar Room
to one end of the same, is now prepared to ac
Boarders and Travellers,.
on as good terms as any-similar establishmen' I
in this State. Hia Table will be furnished with I
the best the District can afford, and -his Bar
with the cholcest Liquors and Wines. His
Stables are large. and commodious, and sup.
plied pith good and wholesome provender, and
He returns his sincere thanks to his friends
and the public, for the very liberal patronage
which has been bestowed on him, and trust,
that by a strict attention to business to merit a
continuance of the same In consideration of
the hard times. he has reduced the price of
Board to the following terms:
Board per Month, if paid monthly, $10 00
Board and Lodging, per month, "' 11 00
Single mesl, 374 cents each.
Horse per month, i paid monthly, -8 00 s
Single feed~ for Horse, 25 cents.t
N. B. Jurors, (without horses,) attendingi
Court, 75 cents, per day.
13. J. ItVAN
March 5, 1845.
Notice. - -
WI~7LL be Let 'o the lowest bidder. at L'b
erty Hill, on the-17th March next, the
Posting of the Roads, with Roclror Cast Posts.
Also, the Pointing -of the Roadsiof the Upper I
Battalion, Ninth Regiment, South Carolina
The terms made known on the day of letting
By order of the Board: .
THOS. J. HIBLER, Secretary
of Board of Commnliisioners.
Fehb14 St - - 3
Fifty Dollars Reward.
T HE To wn-Council otfers areward of
tion of the person whoputfire, as itis believed,
to the Outhouse which *as burnt on Sunday
night last,ton the'1otof WVm.P.- Butler. now
occupied by 3. 1). Tibbetta.:;
WM.:li. ATKINSON. 1
March 19 . . tf . Clerk-of.Council. .1
We re utoriedteiannSunce GEoRGE
ofTax Collector, -at the neon election,
nDe.25 rf 48
DR .'SPIENCER B '
VEGETABLE PILL S"
"Prove all things, and hold fast.to that P
'lick it good."-Paul. of
HESE Pills are no longer among those
ALof doubtful utility. They -have passed
way from the thousands daily launched on
1e3e-tide of experiment," and now stand higher
I reputation, and are becoming more exten
vely used than any other medicine ever pre- &
red. They have been introduced into every re
lace where it has been found possible to carry th
em,and there are few towns, or villages, a,
at contain some remarkable evidences of on
eir good ef'ects. But it is not necessary to en
Ivertise-them at large, or to say any thing W
:rther of them, than to Ecaution those wish- d(
i to purchase Antibillious Fami Medicine, -
>be particular to enquire for.S. ENCER'S fo
EGETABLE PILLS. as there are numer
os preparations put on sale almost every day,
f doubtful efficacy. .To satisfy the world of
ie inestimable worth of this Medicine, I
rold sir ply observe that, it has been long
sed by Some of the leading lights of the pro
ssiotn in their extensive practice, and is now
repared with -great care, and upon scientific N
nd chemical principles, for general use, by
aepresent proprietor ONLY. The suation
r Quackery therefore cannot be afed to this
edicine, since it is the Preparaion of rcgudar
ractising Physicianstkwho have made the healing o
rt their profession, and whose pharmacentie or
reparations will cver be held in thhighest 'esti- S
0iRead the following certificate from Mr. to
. C Kelsey, a popular merchant of Tomp- di
in's Bluff, Ala.. ar,d thousands of a similar at
aracter might be given if necessary to prove t1
e efficacy, popularity and usefulness of thus
Tompkin's Blu', Ala., Jan 4,1843.
Dr. A. Spencer-Dear 8r: 1. wish .you to
>rwaed me a large supply of your pills; I don't
fink 300 boxes too large a quantity to send.
sold 160 boxes the last six nonths; they are r
iey most popular pill in this place. For bill
,us complaiuts, sick-headache, dyspepsia*cos- a
v'eness and such like diseases, they are con- to
idered almost an infallible remedy. I have th
eenagent for Dr. Peter's Pills, and formerly ,h
Dldia large amount yearly; but! now sell three bi
ozen of your pills to oue of his. - My custom- a
rs think them stuperior to Peter's or any other a
ills. - fi
Respectfully yours, 0. C. KELSEY.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with full direc
UA fresh supply,jist received and for sale,
i Edgefield, by J. D. TIBBETT'S, and on
nquiry may be found generally in all the
ities, villages, and at the principal Country
toree throughout the State.
Oct. 30. - 6m 41 r
SADDLERY . ii
AND HARNESS MAKING. 0
1u Subscriber takes plea
sure in returning -his sin- 0
cere thanks to his friends and
patrons, for the very liberal .i
atronage bestowed on him during the past
ears. He respectfully nftorms his friends and
it public-in general, that he. still continues to
dry on the Saddle and Harness .
aking Business, at his old stand, next
nor to Mr. S. F. Goode's. He has on hand
good assortment of
iaddles, Bridles and Martingales, Har
ness, Travelling Trunks, 4-c.
hd all other articles usually kept at such an
tablishment, which he offers on as reasonable
'ms as he cana possibly afford them.
MiTARY EQUIPAoE MADE TO ORDER, IN A
Citizens of South Carolina, call and see if
ou cannot suit yourselves as well at home as
brad. Let us endeavor to keep our money I
home, and we will have more to spend. k
DANIEL ABBEY. a
Feb 19 t f 4 <.
LOOK AT TEKS!:
Y[ Celebrated WE AVE RJACK will li
stand the ensuing Season, at the fol
wing places, viz: commencing at my
ouse near Edgefield Village, on Monday
he 16th anal 17th inst,; at Cullen Rhodes, -
sq., the 18th and 19th ; and at Lewis
ualbreah's on 20th and 21st ; and will he
the above named places every ninth day
uriug the season, TExRs: H e will the A
t to Mares for Three Dollars the single'
'isit. Five Dollars the Season, and Eight
)ollars to insure The Season evill con r
inne till the 16th of June, following.- .
hersons putting Mares and trading them a~
ff during the season, will ini all instances U]
e held responsible for the payment of the I.
eason. All care and attention wtill he "
aid to Mares, but I will not be accounta
e for any accidents.
T HOS. B. H ARVEY. ~
Marchi5 4t 6 hi
Ihe Thorough Bred Horile
3red by the late John Randolph, of Roanoke.
KXILL Stand a par' of the ensuing Sprang
~at Capt Win. B. May's, four milesh
tutha of Edgefield Court House, on the Augus it
t oad. He wall he let to Mare,, at the follow, a
ig rduced prices, viz :$l5 the single heap, ti
110 the season, to be paid an the season, and i;
115 to insure a Mare with foal, to be paid as Ih
ton as the fact is ascertained, or the Mare tra
ed. In each case 50 cents to this Groom
Marblin will be under the immediate care of
c subscriber, who will use all reasonable care ..
orevent accidents, but will not be responsi.
le for any, should they occur.. For further
articulars, see hand bills.
Vill stand at the same place a p art of his time
be fie young Jack BLACK KNIGHT.
erms SS the single visit, $5 the season, and
$8 to insure. Fifty cents to the groom iu every F
stance JOSEPH W. DOBSON. o
Feb26 9t b n
State Of" South Carolina, i
EDGE FIELD DISTRICT. ta
.U H. MAYS, living one mile north, of d
LCapt. T. J. Dyson's Mill,,.on W ;lson's h
Treek,.tnled before me a dark, byM ARE,
welve years old, fourteen -and a haf bands
uigh, sombewhite about each hind foot,and white
pos on each.side of her back,aend in herfaee.
ppraised by Cunlsn Clark and James Owens',
o be worth twelve dollars.
THOS. NICHOLS, Magistrate.
. M..arch - imait 6
Stiae oi.SolithT ~aoln
'Seaborn AJones. -
-' Enoch yne. s
IHE Plainif hav' .d
carstionin yo M - thO Jrd
Lving no wife or attorney, nowttb i
eState, on'whom a copY of the s a thineit a
Lie to plead, i:beseved: Irisotd, tiat
e defndant pled'o e' s*Wia dicaatid
itlin i- year aadia day, ot figal aniaso.ito
dgement wil e iven againsthii*., . V -
-THO, G. BACON, c..c..
Cleak's Oie. 17th Mrch?,1845t f
State of South Caroli
EDGEFIELD DIM NRUR
enj. F. Landraim7beit, -
rH E Plaintiff's inthe' aboi tated'ceate
having this-day-filed hisDec ny
eeand ftDefepdari hiv gr '
torney known to- reside -within thimits o
ie State-.- on whom 'acopy ofth sa it a
dle to' plad cnh6~etd3ti dr
ered thiath e appeam aeid ' i . tblidne
.ath ad -from
r final ind absolutei dgent iib
Cteik's Offee2lst Nol 1844
Nov.27 - 44
St te of. South Caroijna
EDGEFI ELD DISTRCTN T
He H. ill and -
Joh ates et.al. es. Cw -
mithah M. Hill et al. -
[T appearing tomy sai*i @lytgpadsi
M. HilI and Matilda Daniel, defendantaio
is caw, are -and -reside withai the .lnits
.is State; on motion Mr.byiWaidla'8oifes.
'r for Plaintifim, Ordered, that sai4 abseat -de
ndanwdo appear. i this Honorable Cuisit,:
md answer, pleaa or deinur to the BUil oefi .
a, within three months freer the fabjicauif6d.
rthis'Order, or the said Bill be taken procon
so against them .
8. S. TOPKKINS, C..E.fD
Feb. 6,1845. 2
State Of SoutW CaroIiioa.
IN THE.COMMON PLEAS.
Robert R Hu.nter Dadaration n .
?- Aaat. -
P. H. Rooncy. en -
1*H E Plaintiff in thx above :iittedZ.ase,.
Ahaving tiis day fild6 their-Declaaoti nA
iy Office, .and tie )efendant.liaving no -wife
r Attorney known to reside wiinin the mita'.
r the State on whom a-cop$- of the same witn
rule io plead can be served; ''It isji&erejore
Irdered'' That the Defeidast appear andjiead.
> the same .withiaj -ear anti a dayfTon.the
ate hereor or final.and aibsolute judgtenteill.
e awarded'against him.' -
T1i0MA3 G. BA(ONc,. C
Clerk's Office, 2d'N6. 1844
State of SOutk'i uiti
Andrew Carson' ..
Guardian of eslaste
Francis V. Fejfh,
,,Eyiochb e, El . iam
llyne. armon A'
Andrew Carsonis. - DeclW.aroii
the. same.- ei Anna.
r HE I'laintiffs in the. above stated--cases,
having this day filed theit Declariliom in
iy Office, and~the Defendants having neither
ow ife or Attorneys knownto reside witihde
nmits of the State on whom a copy @f thiseame
eith a rule to 'plead' 'can be served, "' t'is.
I~erefore;'Ordered" that th~e Defendaht d~ar
nd plead to the same within a y'ear an aiy
rom-the day hereof',or' final and absoltrjudg.
2ent will be awarded agamnst thenm.-*
TH OMAS 0. BACON, c. c. c.
Clerk's Office, March 17th, 1845 - y -8
state of Southi Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
lerry Rodgers, vs Enoch B3yne D ccen iin
* and - For./At
- Elijah Byne. -.- - tachment.
Cress & Torpin, - 'Declaration in'
vs. Foreign At
the same. tachnment.
1' HE Plaintiffs 'having this day: fled
i. their declarations in the above tated
usees in my office, and the 'defendants'
aving neitaer wives or ttorneys known
>be within the -limits of this.Statei son
rhom.a copy of said declarations with a
ule to plead can be served: Itis ordered,
tat the said defendants do- plead . to- the
aid declarations, within a yearand a- day
-om thme publication of this otider~or final
od absolu:e judgmnent'awill be;awvarded
gains?. them.. .-B- O,~.C
Clerk's Office, 17tht March, 1845 1l8
State of South.Caroliia,
lavid Nichnlson alnd Wife, . Bile
and others,a .. '1- for
inry Steifle and .others.: -Partion.
[T appearing to'the satisfaction df'the Com
I mnssioner that Philip .Steifle, William-Stei
a, and Udolphuts Truslet or;'Tosblet,-and
lary-his wvife. (if living, :Defendants-in this
uit, reside outof the Jimte. of this- State,'.or
otion of Mr;' Temry,.Coi'.. 'Selicithi-,' his
rdered, that the said Defendants'do&d . 8an.
wer or demur to the' Coinpiainants B I within
are months from the publication or this order,
r the said bill will be taken pro coanfess-'
gains?. them. S - TO P -S - -
S; . TMPKNSC.ES. D.
Apr .-. '" nh.1F
State of South ('al-bin,
iliver Simpson, )
-'vs. d a
.G Eckles. -. tac: - - -
MK~E Plaintiff'having thisda filed his dee.
lation in my . office, and the ideftndant
avin lio Wife a Attornetydukaswn toI-be
within the State; oim a copy-of the same,
ith anie to plead,6an' bo 'ierved:t i's or.
lered, that thedefenidant plead ato the said ifee'
aration. within a 'veer aniT a day, or 'Shmiland
bsolute judgment will be given agliithini.
Clerk' office, 16th arth'1844~,
March 20' J'-~ y .. 5
ALL Persons are' forwarned IEin taking
jtimber from any tractsoflands belonging
o the subscriber. The law .will bie .enforced
Igainst all ttespsssers.
[HE Subscriber havirig taken the stand for
L merly occupied by Mr. Ew C. RaRm'R,
joining Messrs. Frazier & :Addison's, res- -i
ctfally informs iis fr ends and the citizens .t
Edgefleld District, that he has on hand an r
cellent assortment of .
BOOTS AND SHOES,
of bis own mannfacture.
-Ar.so- - -
adies' and Gentlemens' Northern Shoes and
ppers, all of which he ofers for sale on as
isonable terms as he can possibly afford.
in, for CAn, or on a credit of three mooths.
e flatters himself, that With his long experi
oe in the Boot and Shoe business, he will be
abled to give general satisfaction to all those
ho may favor him with. a call. AD. work
ne at his shop will be warranted. -
N. B Good Dry Hides taken in bMchange
r Boots or Shoes, at ten cents ~onnd
March 12 tf . 7
State of. SoutItCaro ona; d
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.- a
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.- a
mcy M. Dillard, Executix, vs; Deo'n in
Enoch Byne, Harmon Hust. For. At
and Wm. H. Dyne. tachment.
I HE Plaintiff in the above state cases hav
ing this day filed her declaration in my
ice, and the defendants hiaving neither wives
attorneys known tobe within the limilsof this
ate, on whiom a copy of said declarations
ith a rule to plead can be served: It is there
re ordered, that the 'said defendants-do plead
the said declarations,.within a year and a J
V from the publication of this order, or final
d absolute judgment will be awarded against
THOMAS G. BACON, a. c. P, .0
Clerk's Office, 17th March 1840 1y. 8 c
State of South Carolina. a
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. o
OLLED before me by A. T. Hodges.
Sliving near. Runnel's Ford, on Turkey
reek, a brown. bay Mare MULE, supposed
be twenty years old, blind of the left eye;
a skin on the right side, just behind the
oulder, has the appearance of having been
irnt recently; short switch tail, having the
ipearance of having been tied in knots.with
twine; quite grey in the face. Appraised at
. WM.-BRUNSON, Magistrate.
March 5 lin4t - 6
tate. of South Carolina.
I. W, Stokes. Dedaration in 0
.H. Rooney.: Attachent.8
HE Plaintiffs in the above stated cases,
having this day filed their declarations
i i) (,ffice. and the defendants having no wife d
r attorney known to reside within. the limits of
le State, on wl.oin a copy of the- same with a
ile to plead can be served - It is therefore;
rdered. that the defsndant appear and plead
the saine within a year and a day from the
ay hereof. ot final and absolute judgment will
awarded against. him.
THOS G. BACON, c..c. P.
Clerk's Office, 22d Nov. 1844.
Nov. 27 44 y
State of Sit T i tna,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
losiab J. Ryan, Declaration in Por
WM. Fitzroy. eign Attachment.
Josiah J. Ryan, Declaration in
vs. Foregn Allacks
F~itzroy & Mclunis. . - ment.
[1HE Plajitiffs having this day filedt
L.thieird declaratiotn in mny office, and the a
lefendant havinh. no wife or Attorney
iown to be ivithin the State, on w.,om
copy of the same, with a rule to plead
in e served : lt is ordered, that the De
ndants do plead to the said declarations.
ithin a year and a day, or final atnd abso
te judgement will be given against him.
GEO POPE, c. c. .
Clerk's Office, May 6, 1844.
May 8, 15. 1y
State of South Carolina.
EDGE FIELD .DISTRICT.
iN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Isey Mobley, Lewis Mobhey, Declaration
VS. in c
Simeo' Jay ~ Attachntent. b
pH1E Plaitiifs who b' leave of the ti
LC Court, were allowed to pled their demand ,v
ainst the Defendant have this day filed their r
eclaration against the said Simeon Jay, and t
Shavin; no wile or Attorney known to re
de in thi State upon whom a rule to plead, s
ith -a copy of said Declaration could be il
rved. Ordered. that the said Simeon do a
ad to this Declaration within a year and a
day, orfinaljtudgmentwill be awarded against
THOMAS G. BACON, c. c. P
Clerk'e Office, 22d Nov. 1844.
Nov. 27 44 ly
State of South Carolina.'
ih B. Rountree, Declaiation in Foreign
lereepleart. S. Attachment. -
oe'IE Plaintiff having this day filed b' De
claration in my office and tne Defendanta
ving no wife or Attorney know~ n to be with.
the State. on whom a copy of the same, with 0
rle to plead can be served: it is Ordered, c
at the Deendant 'plead te the said Declara' tl
m within a year and aday,or final and abso
te judgment will be given against him. a
.-T HOKAS C. BACON, c. C. P.
Clrk's Office, Nov. 11th, 1844.
Nov.13 ly . 42 -
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIE LD DISTRIt;T
Dye & Doughty, ') Declaration (
noch Byne,;Elijah, Byne, ( Foreign a1
and Harmon Hust. jAttachment. . I
liE Plaintiffs in the above cases having
Uthis day filed their Declaratious in my I
ce, and the Defendats having seither wives
ar attorneys known to reside with in the 3
mits of the State, on whom ; copy of the.<
tie, with a rule to plead can be served: It is I
terefore orde'red, that they appear and plead
the same within .a year and a day from the
ate iereof, or final and absolute jtdgment will
e awarded aanst them.
THOS. G. BACON, o. c. P.
Cleik's Office, March 17 ly. 8
.We are authorized to anninceM.
unAAMEsq., as. a candidate for Ord
ary of Edgefield District,.at the next
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