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i Feb. 26. 1S
r Generals 0f the 56isDivi
er their sevoral Colonels, in
Brigades. to open aid hold a
1dleis respective Regiments, on Satur
21 21st oMay ne.t. for a MAJOIt GEN
S evatc reated b te resiug
'ation of Major General Iomaa . Jones.
-The Brigadier Generals will immedately af
.ter the returns are made to them.rander avtate
)inL of tie PoLm of their reslective Brigades
to the Adjutant General's odiceat ColunAia.
By order of the Cnannander-in- Chief.
J. W. CANTEY, Ad'. & Ins. Geol.
march 23 f 8
BUSH ELS Seed Potatoes of the
OPEC I7 Fbest quality, for sale low, for
Cash. Apply at the subribers plantation 4J
milesf. k..ofEdgeheld C. H.
-march 9 c 6
CHOICE article may be had of
.S RANTON & MEIGS.
march 23 2 8
EnO irsD C, U., S. C.
HE SUBSCRIBER hlavinmg rented tihe
5 establismluent formierly ocenpied by Mr.
A. B. Addison. has fitted it siy for the arcomn.
modation of transient and permanent boarders.
The Hotel is near the Courthfoupe, in a very
pleasant situation, and he datter, hiumself tha
?is table will ber a coo1parison with any is ihio
section of the dountry. Good stabling nnd at.
totire servants are provided. and in fact ever.
thing that can he done on his Iart to render
travellers and boarders comfortable, will be
He i6 prepared to accomnimoite two or more
f amilies with board, and from the well k aown
health and good society of this Village. aim.
lies will find t a deirahe ommer residecm.
His charges in all intances will be .nade t
correspond with the times.
Marh 82 5 tf
Mout Willing Academy
T HE Exercises of this lustitutioi will be
opened, an the first Monday in January
next, uader die direetcon of Mr. John K. Jom
stot; whose long experience in Teachitg and
correct deportment. we trust will entille ue-n
stitution to a large share of public confidence.
Tazns or TiTIoN:
3eading, Writing, and Arithimetic, per
. varter of 1 weeks, $300
Es Gramer, Geography. 4 00
PMphy, Chemistry, Lanin and Greek
oo d iadvance, 10 00
Good ordnmay be obtained rmu $6 to $9
J. B. SMITH. Chairman,
L. R. WI-SON, Tr-asurer,
- A' SINIKINS,
11. C. H ELLONG,
A. S. DOZIElt
Dect3 tf 47
Factura-e & Commission0f
HAMBURG, S. C.
ennst yfins and ithbic genlerally,
for their liberal patronmage while thus engaged.
I now o6er my servmce to thme publbe as' an
Agmnt. to receive and forward all kinds ofwner
chandin. and produce. And, as I will not be
engagd in any othe: bumsines, I wilt pay mtrict
attenno to the intereust of all those consigming
their produce or anerchmandaze so mem, and iie
jin my hoses the bestcarer will be takena, and for
warded with despatch, or orders promptdy
r~o experence anmd obecrvation, I have
long thought tat a faithful agent could render
considerable service tn the planters, in selhtng,
their cotton and flour. :mmd hbuying theiar geoce
ries; And, as I have bieen en-aged in thmis tmar
ket, for the last ten yearsr. a:m acqumamied with
the general restiue ufbusinees. I therefore ntfem
amy services to my friends anid thme planters ten
erally; and will faithfully devome my undvded
amttetion t,, the interest oh all those who omay
commnit to mmy charge the selling of their pro
duce, anid buying ouch articles as they may ur
inaucl ases, my canusisin shaunbIe naoerate.
ii. L JEFlFEliS
Sept. 23, 1881 inersedtf3
P. S. I am not nettdinany WVarehouse
in the pilace: therefore all Cottons senlt to my
cafe, will be stored as directed, and if no direc
tions, my best judgiment will be usedl for the
plantera'interest, H- I-- J
Thme Greenville Manltaineer. Edgetdeld Ad
vertiser. Perndleton Ilessonget and Highland
Senmtinel and Highland (N. C.) 31 easeniger w ill
insert the above, two months.and for ward bilks.
Water Proer' Warehouse.
Fisaaca, September 20. 1811
TlIE Subscriber begs eav to iniform his
I friends and the public, that hem continues
the WAltEHOUSE and CO3IISSI0N BUT
SINESS, at his former stand, known as the
Water Proor W arehouse.
Detached as it is from other buildings, its h>
caton) reniders it nearlyr as secure from tGre, as
it it were fire proof. The dloors of its two wvimgs
have beena elevated abovre the hmighm water mark
of the great freshet of Mlay 1840; and each of
these divisions of time bumilding. wi store from
1,500W tto ,0baes of Cotton, both of these are
designed to be exclusively set apart for the Cot
ton of planturs and country mnerchanmtm, who will
-.. thas he secured from the possibility of loss and
Sdamage by freshetmi.
Hie avads himself of the present occasion to
~' return his thanks to his friends and patrons.. for
atheir liberal support during the last season.
josolicita from them. ad the public general
goninuance onf this confidence, and assures
that in return for their patronage he vdl
bst eeraonal efforts, to promote and
their tnterest commaitud to his charge;:
Akstothisassturae, he pledges himself,
I lsno-aseiurchase a bale of Cot
- 3ansetediby a
UwSBE K4 1
AMIBURG, S. U..
pleasu'r in announcing to their,
.optry friends and to the Public
liv, that their
WAkEnOUSE AND WHARF
- 18 NOW IN GOOD CONDITION.
Having raised the Warehouse above the
highest high-water mark of the great May
loodwith sufficient soundation to make it
perfectly secure from an Rise in the River,
while our location in Point of FIRE
dot surpassed by any Ware House in
Hamburg, being situate on the Corner of
Centre and Market Streets. and occupy
ing the whole front Square to Cook Street,
opposite ehe Bank & Post Ofice. convent
eat to the Rail Road. immediately on the ,
River. and in the very Centre of the Prin- I
ciple Cotton Dealers and Shippero, and tho
great thoroughfair s the Bridge.
Grateful for the liberal support we have
hitherto received, solicit front our Patrons
and the public generally, a continuance of
their confidence. From our long expert
ence in the IVarehouse and Commission
business, feel coufident, with our facilities, I
to be able to give to all entire satisfaction.
We make liberal advances on Cotton in
Store, nnd will attend to the Solo or Ship
ping of Cc;on on moderate tws.
Busaness Committed to our care will
receive prompt atte:ation with our best ef
forts for the interest of Customers.
SIBLEY & USHER. g
Hamburg S. C., Oct. 1, 1841, tf 36 1
.ev FaU # Winter Goods.
JOHN 0. B. FORD,
H AS ustreceiveadkow New Vok,li Fall
.and Witer supply-'lai stock compris
es one of the most coaplete nssortmaentd of
STAPLE & FANCY.
FOREIGN $r DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. f
that can be found any where. Of hsis former t
cstomers he asks the opponanty 40 show then t
his practical thanks for their patronage: aid to i
thowe who are aceustmued to seek iu other mar- i
ketAs. for wlat of style andfeAskia or lt price,
they ex pect ant in H ainburg.he would be; eave
ti pay, that by calling. they will give him the
pleansure to show that a mole entire asortient
fthe best and inmst FasAionabie Goods, ofevery
varety, is not to be fooud. he has now on iud C
410 piices Atneriean Prmai.
200 French and English do
50 " twilled & plain Scitch Ginghamts.
30 bales brown Shirting. & Sheeuigu.
6 cses blcached do do
6 bale-s Limsey & Plains. for negro clothes.
3 eases Kersey!, and I of cheap Sattinett,
50 pieces' heavy Doifil & Twilled Blankets.
5lacknaaw & 10-4. 11-4. 12-I, & 14-4 Whit
i1-4. 121-1. & 144. extra Bath Wool, Ribbon
Tickings. Drilling.. and colored C. juan
Good". by the bale,
Super black & mixed Satinetts and Kr tuc
60 pieces Irish Linens and Long Lawns,
Birds Eye. & 74. 84, 10-4, & 18-4 table
Brown & colored Table & Piano Covers.'
Fine wool dye and French black Cloths,
" blue, invisible green & mixed do
Black, blie black, fancy colored & mixed
Doe Skina Ca-vimerea.
Plain and figured Satin. Sergi de Rome. Al
bert Cord. Chinie & Velvet Vestings.
Plain sniped and printed Baixarines, a new
ad beautiful article (or Ladies Dresses.
Bonibasin. Meris'd. andt Muslinde Laines,
25 in & 44 3attroni Luteatring,
3-4 & 4.4 Gro de Ihine.
Black and blue black, tigured Silks,
Blo black Grod'Afrique,
2nd Mourning do
Gro d'Arinure. and Rep. Silks, V
Black Pekin and striped Chinuie & Glace do I
Plain & figured Satini & Bonnet Silks,
With ever new style in market, plaiinstrip- y
Thread & Lace Edgings & Inseriings. with C
a general assortmnent of all kinds ofLaco
New and Fashionable fine Paris work'd Col- J
Baunnets.n v-ariety of the best & newest styles _
Silk. Florence. and Stravr.
7-4 & 8-4 heavy chaneable Silk Shawls,
Nett & plaid wool and Chinie Salk do
Chimeu scarfs & fancy Silk Shawls,
White & black Silk lHose & 4 Hose, French
Of Giavea. Ilosiery. Rilbons. Oraids.Tapes,
Cord. t5in.iinat. Frnagesa. Collars, Scarfia.
lidkfs. &r c .a geial~i rariety,
1000 piee Pnpe-r ttinaa.ps.
Scotch Githants,( ambatri & Silk~ Uiubre-llas,
White & ti. taid~ Lett..i & 'a >l'.sper.
Ptitng l'nper of iny size ::id quality. lir
nisheed at thec lowest rat-. nad urders for
any qunantity filled a.n ,.hort notice-,
The above. with abnaist every variety f1 arti
els usua.lly kept in l~ry tioad Ntar-i. Whole
sale air Retail, in quiantitie-w to s.uit p hiar s~~. 1
3lercanatts fraomi the conmilry are iinvited to
call and exaine. his aiis'tmena.
H ambur:Nov. I. 141. f 4t)_
LIJ"E RV . TiL E.
IN~ the rear oh the Ujld Aanericni ilokel,
ocenpied by Rt. Rt. H unter, opposite the
Rail Road depot.
Single fee] 2
The suabscribe~r respectfully informs his
friends and the pu.blie geniersally, glint he
has opened a LIVERY STABLE. io
llamnburg, S. C. where tie will at all times,
kee;. supplied1 with provender and furage
of the beutaquality. Having good Ostlers
and excellenat dry Stables; he hopes to nive.
satisfaction to his patrons.
lie will keep constantly on hand, Carri-|
ages, Barouches. Buggies, &c., with eare
ful drivers with which the publie can. at
all times, be nccomnmodrted on the most I
reasonable terms. H~e therefore solicits
a share of public pntronage.
N. B. Drovers can beg accommodated
with good Lots well watered.
OLIVE R SIMPSON.
Hamburg, Nov. 4. 184). f 41
O UR friends ini the Country, and elsewhere'
are informecd that the death of onr late
rienad and Co-partner, Doctor Charles M. Hill;
wilt not derange the regular routine of our tuin
siness at all, as it will be conitinued by the suri
viving Copartner trader the same firm name.
MURRAY & HI ILL.
Pr. J.H. MURRAY.
Survivi ng Copartner.
AFREbH supply of Altnonds, Filberts,
.English Walnats, MIadetra and Brazil
Nuts. just receved and for sale cheap for cash
by SCRANTON &- MEIGS.
Vottee to uard
LL Guardians and Truse a
count in the Commiss e ) Pt
iave not made retains since ts aan
y 1842. are hereby no'ifed to. rid'i
urns o., or betre the firt . Ap1
text, or rules to sliew cause
hem. according to the prov'
he Legislature, passed in
Comatisifner's c, MabW
Piano Forte ruek Re
A ARON A. CLARKE wouk&;-f
inform bis friends and the
y, that be attends to the b -i
mnd Tuning ",:ANO FRTES,
oice. Thosc desirous oi'f t nl se
rices. will be waited on, by
dgcfield C. If. So. Ca.
Reference can be had. if a cc
ificate from under the hand of a B
on, who has been long known as Teacher
Ilasic. and a large number of the mestgespect
Ple citizens of the State.
Jan 19 i -1
Mouey is 0
T HE Suliseribers take this of r
turing their thanik to a publi
ad respectfully solicits a conti of the
But at the same tine we are aM r the 0
euity or calling upon those indedted 4s w j
ome forward and hquidate theirNoesand A
ounts immediately, as it is unedy.jmpassib
r us to go on with business. unisesper eas
nets pay is more punctually. Tht'estren
essume of ekle times reader this a uy a
BLAND & BuTLEE
A VING purchased of Meu.. Bryan 4
.Miner, their entie stockof Gondsin t
ierriaaat Tailori Bsasse, a this p1110
ve would take is method of informing at
riends and the public generally, that tey Ca
e furnished at die old stand fya; ifM
sr. with Clothing. on as good ter and ws
tfuerior in quality to any similar estalishneet
m the Southern country. We intendso kee
a hand at all tines. a'good stock of
English & French Cloths,
lnd Casstamats. selected in thi Niew Yo
nd Philadelphia Slarkets, togederth a
ther articles in out line; and to thasKjho 6i
or us with their patronage in this bines w
oud say that every exertion on our part sha
e used to give perfect atisfaction.
GOODE & LYON.
January 1. 1842. 'If -50
HE Copartnership heretuforeexisting bi
IV tween the subsenbers under the firm I
; L & E. Penn & Co. was dismolved on t
irt day of January. 182, by mutual tsemn
All those indebted to the concern by notei
00k account, are requested to make prwl
yment, as lunger indulgencewill nothegivet
G. L. PENN,
The business will be continned. at :de al
tandby G. L&E.Penn. WeatthankA
a our frends for their former patronagn,.an
will try and make it to their interest to cobian
be same. We shal replenish our stock in th
pring, and wil sell the present renami
Lack very low for cash, or on a credit to pim
G. L PENN,
Jan 19 If 41
HE Subscriber offers for sale the wel
known House in Aiken, ftg th
tail Road, anJ known as MARS "'I a
EL Thehons h"a bAe kept .. i
ouse for several years. and coiad ona
ouble and single, the greater porbti eithe=
rith fire places. Upon die premisarglike
ris all necessary out buildinigs, kitchemne
ro houses and stabling for 100 horses, hi tb
ard is an excellent well of water.
Terms one third eaeh, the balanceon acredi
f une and two years.
Also-Forty or fifty unimproved Lots,hand
aely situated, wvithin the corporate limitse
dken. Apply to
JOHN MARSH, Aiin.
Dec 9 tf 45
L Li petis indebhtid to the late Riansot
Hlamilton., dec'd. are requnested to malk
aymtenl, anid all those hiaving demandszgain
ie cruaae are requested to render them ,npr
.ly attesteds to the subscribers, witl.in th
im prescribed by Ina-'
J. 1'. H AMILTON. ? mr
.J. GO$NAHIA N.
Jan. 1l9.164?. 5! si
St:lte of Mouth Carolina.
al, il Smitis and another. ) ifo
[ x.-enra.vsa. Henry Shultz,
tiiv.r simnpson, & others.
T appea~ring to my satisfaction, that Ellari
Alexnider, William Y. Hansel, sand Olive
iiimsn. defendants in this case, are with,,'
lie limits of tis State; on motion, by M.
Vadlaw. Solicitor fat plaintiffs: Ordered, th
1.e diefendant.. above named do appear in th
lnorable Court, and plead, answer or demi
a this Bill. within three month from the puibl
ation of this order. or the said Bill wiflbe takei
o ronfesso against them.
.1. T ERRY. o. a. z. 0.
Cmm~issione's Ofeie. Feb. '23, 1842.
Marchm 3 San 5
State of, South Carolina.
ames i. King. Bfllforeaet.$ri
vs. jsetiiu. Fit
enj. It. Jenikinsa,&, others. 25th .4ex. 184
IN readhine the affidavit Sled in this ease
is ordered, that the defendants Benjami
t Jenkins, and the legal representativeof Pa
'itZsimmonens, who reside without tbt6limits
his State do answer, plead or deanr, to ti
bove stated hill within, three months, o''adg
nent will be taken against thenm pvets.
A. P. A LDRICH. c. 's11. a. ai.
70uaisioners Ofwc, Beruteil .
Distric*, August I6, 1841.
August 19 rae 29
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
'hotmas Carsson? Dsrtu is Dsk
1va. Fori.a Atuuhn.er.
HPlaintif having this da Siled Ii
3dclaration in this ease, in asylage, at
bedefendant having no wife or attrykno
i be within this 8tate, on whom a y of a
Ieclartion, with a rule top plab serve
[t is ordered, that the said defedas do-pied
tiea said declaration. withitna -~ and
My from the ptubliestiannoftis ee~'or Br
wd absolute judgment wilt be awar~d again
GEO. POPZE . . r.
cerk's 0, le, Edgefield C. I. Feb, *, 1842
Marh2 ,y 5
S State of' South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEA3.
William micCarley, -
ZTrammel & Jones,
l E Plaintiff in e case. having fled his
"adeclaravtion in my office, and the Defeo
dants baying neither wives, not attorneys, on
whom a copy of the said declaration, with a rule
torplmd thereto, might be served: Ordered,
that the said Defendants do appear and plead
to the said declaration, within a ycar and a day
from the date of this order, or final and absolute
judgment will be awarded against them.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON. c. c.r.
Cl a Qfee. Dec. 16,1841. age 47
g State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
J N. Turley, m An Aackmen,
r- vs' AM-i
William R. Fowler.
S H E plaintiff in the above case, having thw
day fled his declaration in Muy office, an
the defendant having neither wife or a&Urney.
known to be in this State, on whom a copy can
- be served: On motion-Ordered, that the de
endaot do plead, within a year and a day from
his date. or Anal and absolute judgment will
be awarded against him.
ir ORAS3US D. ALLEN, c. c. P.
Ofe of Comaca Pleas, aqe
.Barnwell District, Se ptr. 24, 184 1. :1
state of South Carolina,
Beajamin Dorrance, sur- In Equity. Bill for
eivor vs ForeClosure of
Alfeehd I. ifuntington. Mfortgage.
T appearing to my satietion that the De
fendant A. J. IIluntington resides out of
thia State,-On maodun of J. T. Gray, Compl'ts.
6 Selrr. Ordered that the said defendant do plead,
e answer or demur. within three months from
, the publication of this order. or the Bill will
r be taken pro confesao against him.
n J.TERRY.c. z. z. D.
i. Comm'rs. Ofico, 5:2
it Jan. 20 1842.
p State of ,outh Carolina.
Elizabeth Clifford & others Bu for ddire.
k To ramaxt, A'c.
g Jao. M. Kelly, and others.: re ,
IT appearing to ay satisfation that Charles
e Randolph, one of the Defendants, resides
out of the State. On motion of Carroll, com
Plainant's Solicitor, ordered, that the said De
endant do plead answer, ,r demur, within
three months for the publication hereof. or the
- Bill will be taken pro confesso against him.
J. TERRY, c. r, X. D.
- Commissioner's 05ce.
if Edgeficld,Jan 8, 184:1. c. 3m 50
- State of South Carolina.
R EUBEN 3MORGAN tolls before me an
iron gray horse M ULE, with some sad.
die a ts on its back, and mark of the collar on
I the aler, about fonr feet nine inches high,
I supposed to be about ten years old. Apprais
! ed at sity-five dollars, the said Mule can be
a seen witun a mile of Pery's P. 0., in District
I GILES MARTIN, Magistrite.
- Jan.26 m4t 52
state of South Carolina.
. IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Samuel R. Fuller, Dedaration in Auach
I vs. John Baggs, "tea.
: W HEREAS the Plaintiffin the above stat
-Wd cae, has this day filed his declara
: dia - a i..hprl froU.
an Wtt e oflhrtate,(atss said,)
I having neither wife nor attorney, known with
*in the sane. on whom a copy of the Declaration.
with a rule to plead thereto, might be aerved:
Ordered, that the said Defendant p lead to the
said Declaration, within a year and a day from
t the date thereof, otherwise final and absohite
judgment will be awarded anainst him.
- JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P.
ala 4,a1 . & T. age 17
- State of South 4 arolina,
a IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
e R. C. Bakiwvin & Co. vs Attacheseai
* Grady & MecReynolds. Asssmpsit.
a lE Plaintiff haviung this day filed his de
cladration in the above stated case, and
the Defendant having no wvit'e or attorney
known to bc with.,, this State. upon whoma
copy of'tiso said declaration with a ruleto ptead
- can be served. It is ordered that the said Do.
fondant doappcarand plead to thse said declara
tion, within a year and a day, from the public.
tion hereof, or finaland absolute judgment w d:
be awarded againast him.
G EO. POPE, c. c.r.
Marck WJ,1841, .rTO $ 7 5Ongel0
SState of South Carolina.
LV I THE. COMMON PLEAS.
a Josiah King vs. 4 Foreign Aniachmnat,
r Bemy Proctor, Dedaration an Assumapsit.
I- H UE Plaintiff having this day filed his declar.
a Iation in my office, and the D~efendant hat.
ing no wife or attorney known to be within thei
State, on whiom a copy ofthe samte, with a rulk
to plead, could be served. It is ordered that
the Defendant plead to the said declaratintr
within a year and a day, or final and absolute
judgemient .vaIl be given againast him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
s. Mtay 13. 1841. c. aqe 16
i. State of South arohina,
it EDGEF'IELD DISTRICT.
n IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
of A. G vsineek' Deduaration in Altachmnent
WH EREAS the Plaintiff in the above sta.
s tdcase. has tbis day tiled his declarstion
against the Defendant, who is absent from, awl
without the limits of this State, as it is said, hay
inig neither wife nor attorney, known within the
same. on whom a copy of the declaration with a
-rule to plead thereto, might be served: Order.
ed. that the Defendant plead to the said deelara
tion, within a year and a day,* from the date
thereof. otherwise final and absolute jndgmxent
will he awarded against him.
0;1rks Ot4 GEO. POPE, c. c. p.
Oct 8, 141.age Ja,
a State of' South Carolina.
~ UILLIAM1 SiiLEY residing near Old
We~Vlls, brings' before me to be toiled a
jsmallsorrel Miare, with a blaze in her face, hlf
a hind leg white from the fetlock nearly to the
lknrogshdbfranlo inorder, ad'
,t knded tel10oril years oki. A ppraised at
aet ola, byJohn Whtok Adam Car
penter. and John bDunkle~
WILLIAM WIIITLOK. Magistrate.
' Feb n nt 41
fendant having no wife
me within the, State. on' i a cp
same, with a tule' to plead, iibe
is ordered that the Defeddait lead to the's
declaration within a year and a day, or final
and absolute judgement will be fivcn agai;s
him. GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
Mlay 20. MI. w,W, aqe 16
State of' South ( arolina ,i
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. f
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS. a
B. J. Ryan, D
vs. Debt, 'orpga cAwexa. b
L B. liulev. 5
T I E Plaitiffhaving this day filed his de. a
claration in my oflice, anid the defensdanit p
having wo wife or attorney,knowu to be with- a
in the State, onl whom a Copy of the same. with a
a rule to plead. could be served: It is ordered.
ti't the defendant plead to the said declaratio. a
within a year and a day, or final and absolute
udgment will be given against him.
GE. FOPE, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, Dec. 16,1841 c. aqe 47 .0
State of South Carolina.
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. a
IN TIIE COMMON FLEAS. e
C. A. Dowd. '' F-mig Avu.
Geo. Thurmond. F
Henry Car, Fs' o'reign AtacAet.
T he Plaintiff. lavin.g this day flad his De
T claration in my ottice, and the Defendant 4
having no a ife or attorney known to be within
the State, on whom a copy of the same. with a
rule to plead. conuld be served. It is ordered
that the defendant plead to the said declartion
within a year and a day, or final and absolute
judgment will be given against him.
iEU. POPE, c. c. P.
May 20, 184J1. sw. w. aqe 16
State of South Carolina.
IN T HE COM313oN PLEAS.
John .loote vs. Declaration in AttacA.
Iladew Hon-ton. wsent.
W IIEIREAS the PlaIntiffin the above stat
ed case, has this day filed his Declara.
tion against the Defendant, who is absent from,
and without the limits of this State. (as it islsaid,)
having neither wile nor attorney. known with.
in the same, on whom a copy of the Declara
tion with a rule to plead thereto might be serv
ed: Ordered, that tIhe Defendant plead to tie
said Declaration, within a year and a day front
the date thereof. otherwise fioal and absolute
judgment will he aw.arded against him.
JNO. F LIVINGSTON, C. C P. I
May 15, I8l. a. & -. aqo 17
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON rLEAS.
Bevedy Burton Attachment,
W .. M Steie. Debt.
THE PlaintiT having this day filed his
Declaration in my office,aud the Defend
nt having no Wife or Attorney known to bi.
within the State. on whom a copy of the same,
wite a rule to plead,could be served. It is or
dered that the Defendant plead to the said dec- a
laration within a year and a day, or final aid
absolute judgement will begiven against him. (
GEO. POPE, c. c- .. 2
Clerk's Office. a
Dec. 18. 1841. ( a a $7 50 47 e
State of Soui 'arolina.
IN THlE COMMON PLE AS.
Robert W. Mtathis, Asmst
Wiley M lion. r'oreign Attadcmet.
T lIE Plaintiff having this day filed his de
claratiotn in my .'flice. and the defendat
having no wife or atuorney,* known to be with
in the State, on whom a copy at' the same, with
a rtle to plead.could lhe served. It is ordered.
that the defendaint pleauito ithe said declaration
within a year and a day. or final and absolute
judgment will be given againut him.
G EO. POPE. c. c. a.. I
Clerk's of5ee. Dec.15. 184l. c. aqe 47 a
State of South ('arolinla, i
EDGEIIELD DISTRICT. a
IN TIlE COMM.\ON F'LE AS. I
Britn'n Mitism,. v,.. Iiedar'aion ina Anach- I
hlhes & .incl:uir, ment,
W1lE RE.\S the Plainuaffin the above sta- c
VTted case. has thi.' day tiled his declara
tion against the Def'endant.., who are a bsent from,
and withotut the limits of this State, as it is said,
havinmg nseither wife nor sitorney. known within
the satme, on whomt a copy of the declaration
with a rude toa pleaad thereto might bo seaved:
Ordtered. that the Defetndanat.. phlead to the said
dclaratiomn. within a yeanr and a day. from the
ment will te awarded against them.
Clerk's oJfte G EO. POPE, c. c. a.
Oct. li', 18411. 5age 38
State of South Carolina.
IN TIlE COMiMON PLEAS. i
.\ourning S Patterson, Declaratim
E xerutrix. .v. by dlaiman.* in |
A. V . Cox , )Attach ment.
1V i HE PlainatiiT hav ingthis day filed his de
* claratioin itnamy othece. and the Defendant
havinig tno wife or attorney known to be with
in the State iup..:' whoom a copy could be served
with a ruile to plead. On motiona. ordered
that the D)efendanttdo plead to the said declar
aion within a year and a day from this date, or
Gutal and absolute judgment shall be awarded
i. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r.
Se pt 34. 1841. 5 3 -r age 36
State of South Carolina.
AlIBEl'I I.L E DIST RiCT.
IN TIlE coMMON PLEAS..~
WVillam Chaastain. assignee. Dedarsp'.t an
vs. Edward Collier, Sr. Aig n.
WilEEA~thte plaintif intioeabovestated
caeh-this ay filed lwa D~eclariation a
-ainet tho~efendant.whto ,'absentt frogand'witt
out the limits of this wuate, (as atas said,)hbavang
neither wife no, attorney, kntown within the
sate om whom a copy of the Deelarationl, with
ale to plead theretm) might be served: Or
dered, that the Defentdaet plead to the said De-.
laration. witlhina year and a day froutbe date
thereof, otherwise 'final and asbsolutajUdgmlent
will be awarded agnitst him.
JNO. F. LIVINGzSTON, C. C. P.
Offy 1.c14 j *. & T.' aqe 17 (
300EX & 5703 PRINTIN'G
OF I Every description egecuted with
an and dhespatchiat the Office. I
at the EnozrrlxLDAVnT1ZRs-s
IIE subscriber hai
ris, by'the ship O
an of PEA RS, APPL
nd MADEIRA VA
r sale either singly
undle contains 10 Pea's,
Apricots. 5 Plums. T
nd 2 Madeira Walnuts, a
acked. The Trees. as fa.
mong The finest ever im port
nd are well anrthy of the atteut
ishing ti oh'tain good Fruit. The.
Az.so-A few choice ROSES and CA
Atso,-One of the nvost splendid Collection
r choice FLOWER SEED1)S ever imported
ere. together with some of the best and new
And, a fresh asrtment of GAnnx Sasos,
mong which are rutr varieties of Canliflow
rq, .eclud ino the hrge Asiatic. the White Bel
ian and Lone Red French Carrots. new Flan
ers Spinage. Rohl Rabbi, several varieties of
ew and superi->r Lettuces. and all of such
*ads as are suited to the season.
J. D. LEGARl.81 FasBey,
'harleston, Feb. 15 M1arch 9 tf V
LUGUNTA SEED STORE,
SHAKER GARDEN SEEDS.
HE proprietor of this establishment has
.js received a large supply of GENU.
NE SEEDS.the crop of 141. He leaves the
leed to recommend themselves, which they
ave done ever since he has dealt in them. The
;bakers' Garden Seed is sought for by every
erson and here they may have it genuine.
le usual allowance made to country dealers.
Bird Seed. Lucerne, Clover, Mangel Wur.
el., French Sugr- Beet. Rye Grs, -Blue do.,
lurd's do., Hops, Californa Wkeat, Aspara.
us Ruots. Turnip Seed. &c. &c.
A few elegant Dahlias and Flower Seed.
Augusta. Feb.28 if 6
'T. TE OP X. CaKOL.M .
IN TH E COVRT OF ORDINARY.
n the matter of
Jo.iah Howell's estate.
O1IN COKER. Adminitrator of Josiah
lowell. deceased. havi de rted thi
fig. without having accoun for ' tram
ons upon said estate. leaving no Executor or
Ldiinsrator, Ordered, That LawisElizey,
enry Hives. and John Morrison, the sureties
a the Administration Bond of said John Coker,
nd Daniel Alotrisom. Administrator of John
lorrison., do appear before ne at Edgeled
nnrthouee, at )b o'clock, on Wednesday the
ich of May next, to render an aco-t of the
:ministration of said J.,hn Coker upon said
state of Josiah Howell.and further to do and
ie what shall thenilidju- eg end
Ordimaryof Edgfdd District.
OrdiAnr's Offce, February 2A, 142.
Feb23 3m 4 -
State of south ('arolina.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
Anson Moble'y, De claration in At
L4, B. Pixtey. tachtment.
-1 IIER EAS the. Plainiffin the above
?sated ease, hats this day filcd his
leclaration agaisnt the Defendant, who is
biens from and without the limits of this
sate, as it is said, having neither wife nor
ttorney, known within the same, on t hom
copy of the Declaration with a rule to
'lend thereto, might be cerved: Ordered
hat the Defendnt Plead to the said Dee
tratntn, withmo a 3 rar and a day, from tho
ate thereof, otherwise final and absoluto
udgmcuI will be awarded against him.
GEORGE POPE, c. c. P
Clerk's Office age 44
Nov. 27, 184I.
state ol South Carolina.
Vood, Johnson & Unt nett. gig,
iddings & B~luthell, & othiets. f"ruf
KT appeatinag to miy eatisfaction,. that Lorair
GiUddmnp. Benojannaa Giddings, Albert if -
imith, atnd Williamt G.G(.allnan, defenddis i
his case, are without the limits of Ibis State.
)rdered. That the defe'ndan~ts above samed ap
ear in this lionnrable Conrt. andh plead, an
wer or demurt to the (Jill in this cas'e, withiu
bree month. frain the ptublicanon of this order,
r the said Bill will be takent pre confessN agiut
3. TERRY." - E P.
|amissioner's Oftie. $
Edgeield, Feb. 5.~ lt4W. tv~ m
State of' S-ti ('arolina.
Villiama -r. hird and title,
, otn& Sitteon Christie.
pearng to my satn.Uiction rtat Johni
L. i~ resides wtthout the State. Ordered:
hat the said Loflon do plead answer or de
or to this bill, within three months from the
ulblication, hereof. or the satd Bill be taken pro
ufesso againt hitm. -
J. TE R RY, c. r.. z
Feb. 141. 1h4-. c
Stilte ol' South5
EI)GEFIE LD Dl
uhn ?tt. Cooper, & Wife'
t. al. vs
John Day, rust
IT appearng to moy
IDay the delfendant,
view of residing in A
iritlin & Burt, Ordered,
is plead, answer ar
ree months from thep
r the said bill liasti