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hnady of t grea sai. aertiellsoo in
this cont, w wel.l Thasa osL
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ha tegi ishe auomac hine. Fn.
hesfrfra130. This aheat iss werll
salai'alaetiised , desritno.t ow
nr" l rers cemeir oentact
ihr bs el Ti osti
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ve neayeb tein
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w ev ithe in the Useld or i
Geeof .:is aremee bfi ae h boeg
she Flit a serit thd uinli
method as aidIrcIndlI
wry few escape without somesan,whuse
itia not. We can renommend frerot our
awn egpetiente, the beae6ti of a ehange
al seed- and, with us. that changehas
been most beieficial when the seed has
been brought from oak Jads, -ad wieb
contain less-vegetable matter than is.nw
ally found on &hose of beech ar aaple,
Gen. Harmon prefers cning wheat as
soon as it is well out of the milk, or when
tho heiry will yield to the pressure of the
thumb and Buger easily. -
his expeence in this respect agrecs
with that of our English correspondent,
Mr; Hannam. The almost perfect ex
emption of Gepermt liarmoA' crop* rrom
the cockle, cbed, e., -is doubtless-ono
greareason thy biswheats are so much
.priedfoesd. ~By perseverance. he has
eradicated. al uch matters from his soils;
and, in his bauls wheat never turs to
ches,: de., his crops ase oasegnendy
clean. In this respect, as well' in the
care qnd success with which he produpes
wheat; be.had vet an excellent eaample.11
Aweriean farmers: and for his labors he
deserves, and will doubtless receive, an
As there cannot be polants without.seed,
fruit without bloesom, streats wit hostta
fountain.e'ect without a eati.4asou rither
can there e drunkennaess without mooder
laporteat to Paiters -It is stbted in
Lihi a' Chemistry, that the disease called
painter's cho4ir-, is uianown in all mants
factories of. white lead, in which the work
men are acenstomed to take as h proeen
.dve. atypuric aid .lmonado, a solution
of sugar rendered acid -by aWlsune acid.
M aipe For Trade.-The Isrtsmaoth
Journal-aays that Maine supplies mim fox
skiW5 than any other territory of e~ieal
.ezatent in the world. Twogers since. a
New York trader went to Main- eJ .in
lens than a fortuight retut ned anie. with
ineteen thouentin fox skins. for which he
paid altotut $25,000. It was esiiatod
that 40.000 foxes bad been killed in Maine
Labor wiU seek it reward.-A gentle
man from Dahlonega informs as titat it is
eaalted .that twelve thousand laborers
1have gono inteA atines of Lumpkin
cunty the past winter, ani that more thou
sands are expected. This is bit a small
part of the gold regionp of the United States
or even of Georgia and Alabama. It is a
pleasing and reasonable relief to the Aot
-mo .aisers at she Somb. who are thus
turned off -from prifitless labor. it looks
to a wider sueief to the depressie-uT the
timnel, for it wai lesseIn the value of gold,
and domeom-ehing to qealise the value of
labor. The pocess will be tedious, but
the result is certain. Our goId; mines 4do
Emt gield a splendid profit, hot they are
deemed inexhaaegihle. God is wise!
Eje~ts of Vine.-The eekdtrated Ad.
disou., said many years ago: "Wine
heightens indiference Inte love, love into
jealousy. and jealousy into .madness. It
oftens. turns the good natured aman into an
idoe, aul the choleric into an assassin.
It gives bitterness to resentment, it makes
vaiy insoperable and displays every it
te epot of the soul in its utmost defor
Puniskarnt for Sedlucio.-A lii has
been read in the Senate of Pnnsssylrania,
by air. Sullivar., called "An act to pan
iudh seduction, and to alord a more ad.
que remedy~lr the injury." Tbis bill
declares that seduction of any female isan
indictable offence, and in a/'dition to the
emedics now given by law, any person
convicted of this offence in any cat of
qarter sessinns, shall be sentenced to pay
a fne of not les than $500, tier more than
$10,000. at the discretion of' the court ;
and, further, undergo solitary confinetment
at hard lalbor, in the penitentiary, not less
thai one year, nor more than ten: and
that the action for seduction may he uaed
by any mother or other eliie of the fe
male seduceed -Phita. Ledger.
A Family ofCounterfeiter.-Mary
Sheherd whon ad been funde guilty of
con arfeiing in the Court of Sessions, at
a lte hotur on Mlonday night, was tliu af
ternoon seritenced to the state pienn. for
7 years and ose month. The prisenner is
as wotman absoat 60 years oldi, and the
mother oaf a tnmerons family, the greater
numhet of who'm, and also both their pa.
rents, are nowr itt dilerent State Prissas,
r sentencedl to he senr there.
A botut one hoar l~efanre the nmother was
sentenced its thre Court of Sessions, her
sen iames Shegppard was. fier a similar
o'ence. sentenced by the U.: S. Court to
be imprisoned in the State Prison fie
years. Her daughter. was sentenced sn
the State Pr'aon bey the Court of Ses~hns
about a week back. 11cr khusband -ia -i
the State Prisou of New Jersey, another
in the St ate P'rison at Sing-Sing, and a
third will leave this cityforsho same pla'e
seompanied by his mother, in a day or
two. All theae hay. been eonvicted of
asiar offences, counterfeiting.-Jour. of
MeIIAsUJ DOccu'rence.-William Camp
bell and Thomas Campbell, brothers, cn
of the late Mr.Landono Caltpbell, of this
place, were in ta. boat'dowsith river, en-'
aein shebdng wi 6*~i,-wlen the
Otilg 4:diet, iadarkness, tdpey
lost their way, and werse pae for the
ve e m i $pof the
B~r,~~(R~~t tosdir, the young1
Zautmsin, and benumbed I&
.., i~ The ethber Was. Camp
hel1~~ilndk01ad hIs-limbs dresided
ly frostiLten: Thd snrvidnr rese heh
hs frleesideneceof DrHenry*. n
where.ser a5Wil e gspcfort tbgt
conkle~ bhere 3 was promptly
and kd(X estended-and- whoe-he now
remaiis under thme medical cars'of -Dr.
nanbed.-Aluenia Gazette, 20th
~KEMAInmu th Pme resAoe anVge
t .eld C. H onth~31st day of March
Attoway. William Ardis, C. W.
Addison, Miss AmmndaAlles. Maj. J. C.
Burkhalter, Fatm *Bdley, Thomas
Bird, Elred U. Beer.Mi.
Benjamin. ir. E. A. 'Baiss, John
Boswel, .George Belgers, Re. John
CaJ@brook, W. T.' Cothron. Wi'e B
Chandler, Worm'a Catter id
Culbreath. Lewiis Caig, Jere6ali
Chapman; John Corner. J. 0.
Coleman, COl. V.
Dard, Dr. C.- , ny, CoL D.
Delaughter, Mis ai&
EddinWm. 6 ,fiam. William
Eutis, Peter Ehg James
ieieng. Rev. W. H.2Fracker;John
air,.John ' Erarguson; heWnas
Galphin. Geonrge d.. -Gardner. Samuel 2
Geerthy. W. &Geitfir. Doct.
Griffin, Wiley I.~ lGril,'chasil
Hjill. Mary -. arden, W. C.
ill. Manha Hefferson. James
Hjolsten, Asa Muffman. Henry
Hawse, la'i-e ilola. Mimi Srah
linllister, J. G. Jianey, lsana
Jlanes. BCnj.min hckson, Ihody
Kirkland. Miss Eliza Ky. J. C.
King, Bargily Kennerly. Rev. 5.%V
L.undy. 3fma. Lewi'. Mirs.
Liwery, Coonrol - Larner. C. B.
Larnow. FLate of Lovelees, T. 11.
11ay. SaeWl kshae, B J.
Mutti, W.-11. Meekv. Briant
McCain. Rev. A. Mitchel. Joel
Maor.Johe -- Miller.iMiss E.
Martin. Jnli F. MaDSe. A.
Murphy. O0well Muray, R.M.
Nickolnn, O. J. Norris, William
Odd. Mrs. Ogileae. Mrs,.Margaret
-Parrdn, hn 2 Pope. Col. C. P.
Petteson, Ms. . Peau,.P. J. W.
Roper, Joel Riddle. John'
Ror. Freeman Ryan. Mrs. R. R.
Ricardson. David Rndal, John
Slow. Willias 'Smith. Tbomas
Shppard, James Shaw, John
Sm, J. . - Stevens.
Staham, Moraball SuOnks, Peter 2
Tacker, Ardien. 9 Toorner, Heavy.
Tenent. Dr. Gilbert 2
Vernon. Mrs. G. A. Vines, Mrv. Mary
Wibtheren. MarahallWatern. Michael
Watson, Tilman Weekfallen, Ms. Lou
Wdlim, Mms Caro- ima
line Wightiman, W. J.
Il. FRAZIERt. P. 31.
April 5 ($2 60) 130 3t 10
State of South CaPolina.
BY OLIVER TOWLaS. Esquire.
flOrdlieary af Edgeleld Dietrict.
Whetmns, Elia G. Tempkins, applied
to meh Lefetters of Adadnistraion oin all
and singular the goods and chattels, rights,
and cedits of Samuel Tomakins, as of the
District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, tate andl admon
ih aff and singult the bindred and eredi
torn of the said deceased, to he and appear
before me, at onr naext Ordinary's Court
fr the said District to he holden at Edg
ield Court House on the 17th ApriJ. ud,
o show eese, if ny, why the said Ad
uhtistration should not he granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 4th
day of April, one thousand right hun
dred and forty tirbe, and in the sixty se
vetb year ofrAmeriealudependeoce.
- , TOWLES. o.g. p.
April 4, 183. -[2 l2] 2t 10
T H1 US. S. D152TRICT COUJRT,.
Drstat- prVqig. Caaou..
IN the matter of lawra. B. Cobb. Merchant,
Uresiding in Abbeville liistrict. South Car
elisa a Bankrupt.
Pnimmat to am Order of the Distries CUnrt
of lhs. Upited States, for the District of Bomh
Caroinaiotce i he given. dhat case be
shSwq before the said &rat the Federal
Court Ijio in Charlestnn, on the third
dof June nest, at eleven o'cloek,.A. U.,
wy tih'said Lewis U Chb.sbuld not re
eeve his Diiseharge and Certi Icatess a Dank
Chaleston,6th dyof Mareb. 1543.
1. Y. GIRAY, Clek.
FROM the subileriber, liting near
Cloud'saereek, in the.iborhd
f'9~y YepsmaJOfN whom ? par
X~h~casdofmy kuenbarafe weekasagos
-fa lthepepass him from a ape
*se.froaaqlb.Jobn said he
wmc near Richmond ,. he is about 21
5t'-bu 6 fet,8ag 9eIsheben high.
'tss~eie aidaa scar on the eor
ne o biw le e is a stent weltmadsefeow.
fal .hsf so quisk whp eoken to. Hie
ba s ahsse-west ~7~fape brown
lob cloth *e~aIpnji fi egors
cth itslldq jyag to get
tb VIrinia. I will g .ety-Alve dollats
readto aypero whp 'viil pprehenth
Sts, that Iethirtj we
dei larsitken eatl the Sasam ifbr~
The Colombia South-Cawiliniai, ill eurpy
the above onee a uontg until forbid. And
j...w..., (heir nenuts to this offie.
.Far conaigig is Cheraae, S. C.
flEE rVU3ATW 0r
The Farmers' Gazette,
AND CNERIW ADVERTirstL.
TEHE uderigned haring purclaased thi
Printing materialn- of the " Farmers
Gerdre, ex Chereo Adrertiser." is desirus o
aying beom it present patrons, and the pub
igenerally, thefollowing outline of the coursi
Ieatends to purane in the future manage
mnat of thatjournal:
The Farsmers' Gadcue will endeavor to effect
,wo distinrt objects. viz:-the pronulgatior
indadvancement of corract opinions and prac
iees in Agriculture amt psolities. while it wil
3ot- neglect other subjects of interest oramuse
. In the Agricultural department. the edito1
will sustain. to the extent of his abilities, til
rue -interests af thret on.wlpm.he nonst ne
aeuuariy rety.for his prineiple support; and it
rder to render the paper-more generally t.er
riceable and valuable to this the most:uscfn:
niad important portion of bur populatiotr, anc
We whom is mainly derived the mistenanct
Wievery other cas,he most earnestly calls up
tw all true friends of rural economy and dui
planting interests generallyfor a liee and cain
lid interchange of views and resnlts from prac
ical experiments; througt the columns of hi
paper, and thits agforito each other an oppor
uniy ofcomparing notes-aind improving theii
everal modes' ofcutture. so as to produce the
argest yield from -a-piveu portion of ground
ir other mords, to force from the soil tin
ost.anplemreturn for theanoney exrpendeda
tsitillage and improvement.
-o vitally Importat to the true interosts o
lais State and penple does the Editor considei
te improvement of our Agricultaral rewources
iand modes ofenfture, that it is his fir, convic
ion. that, tinder the present eausanted state o
ir soil, great compoition, and decreasing ro
isurce. unlec,, a strong and united eTort is
na de to supply, by artificial intan, what ex
ansteid nature, ur.aided. refures to yield, ani
y .the practice of mahatedandnstry and th<
trictest economy, made effectual through 1114
tessins ofra kind and graciout Providence
nr free, happy, and once most prooperotm
tate. wilil apeedily retrograde in wealth. po
ultion. and respectability in the Confedera
:y 'of which we are proud.to boast ourselve!
In Polities,-tho Foramrs' Gazte will adwo
-ate with firmness,- but with moderation, tii
anse ofr Free Tradeo-Lo Daties-No Deb
new, aud a strid adherence to the Constitautio.'
nd. as the exponent of thesejprinciple". it will
on heart and hand with its Democratic cond
tiors, in advancing. by all fair and honorabli
neans, to the first office in the gill of our peo
ple-the most exhalteil station man can coufe
in his fellow man-oar distinguished. virtunous
d petriotie fellow citizen JOHN C. CAL
OUN-a man whose compeer the work
foes not afford, and -.who would grace that sta
ion with all the true dignity and enlightenet
patriotism of him who was "first ix warjrs
s peace, and first in dAe hearts of his country
Although irmly devotedto the canse oftrutl
tnd right, and what he believes to be the besi
nterests of his country, yet the Editor wil
tever lend hinselfto carry on a mere partiza
verfare against those who diMer frem him-a
gards enther ume nr ---s-wes. lie will en
learor to convince those whose opinions art
dverse.to his own, by facts and arguments
if the " error of their wars." and the truth an<
ontiee ofthe came he espouses: bt shoul
to iil in this, being sutsbed that men nre wa
:ostituted as to take different views of thc
tane meatwres, and draw discordant conclu
tions from similar fhets. -e will always respeci
mch honest differenen of opinion, and enden.
mr, by the aveidance of harsh or opprobioum
. hets or language, not to exrite amimosity a
iill between those wbo truly have the fon
Wr Wnd jterestof their country at heast, but on
y ft. ;- thA mode of advancing her great
eow, prosperity. and happnesS.
Knowing the imnport.ance to Platcri', and
ho hiercantile community, of a correct staie
net of the markets, the ?ditor will exert him,
elf to render this deparlnent of his paper ef
icientas possible ; and with this view wall en,
arge considerably. the table of articles with
;e price. annexedl, heretofore published iti
h:is paper, revise it weekly, ami, daring thu
mnslass season, append to it eh remarks au
may suggest themuselves upon enquiry of out
nst experienced merchants, and other avaita.
>le sources of informaation.
In orde to tender the paper still more gene
'lly >soeuable, ased a welcome family jour
m, t o r will take especial care to make
inh selections as will aid the cause of miorali
y and good order, and advance the rapid strides
if Temperance. which are fast marching ovei
md rgnerating our land.
TeFarmers' Gsdcte will also contain
:areflty arranged ep~itome of Congressional
tad Legislative int--ikgencre. Foreig asand Do
nesie News, occasional reviews of the cur.
nt LiteratUre of thme day, choice extracts ati
medoes from thme latest publicati-nm; and, i:1
het no exertion will tbe spared to rcender ita
hithfgl chroni~ler of passing events, and a ere
ible rAcord uf the mianners and fashions of thcn
Thme puablishter being determined to devotc
iut whole time and einergy to the improvemenlm
41.1. paper, pledges himself that nothing whicl
ndmitry and martenmittsug attention to baismes,
:n accomplish onm his part. will be w.msntinmg tc
-ender the Fazrmers' GazrJU every stay worth)
uluhe nmost extended patrona ge it mlay suc
eed in obtaiing.
Three dollars pers annum, payable in ad
ranee or three dotlar and fAy cents it ino
paid until the exiraltioni f the year.
Two Subscribers, piaying at the. time of en
eraing their name', will be furnishmed the pape
afive dollars per annanrn, so long is they con
-.to pay inadvance. .
~dvertisemnents nor exceeding 15 lines, in
sorted for one dollar the tirnt, and fifty centi
racha subseuent time. For insertions at in
erats of two weeks. 75i cents aifter the first
sint a dollar if thme intervals are longer. Whme
de number ot advertisements is not market
in the copy, the advertisement will be insert
ad till ordered out.
Editor and P'uMishecr.
Cheraw, March 7, 1843,
Aprilfi if 10
.J. D. TIBBETTS,
HX AS removed to the room formerit
..occupied by Mir. Lyon, in Alessrs
Penns store, where he iv carrying onth
Shoe business in all its branches. lie wii
keep constantly on hand a good supply c
home made work, all kinds of leather an.
fndings, which will be sold as cheap a
can be bought~ at any place. All kind
o rork done to ordar with neatness ans
despath. Ho will 'tilso pay the highes
prices for all kinds of bides, either in.Casi
Leather or Shoes..
SEdgefeld C. HI., arch 8 f 6
LL persons ind.ited to us a fleCotni
det irea of January last,uareore
qusteto come andi !eltle up. We hav
to pay ondeblut
GOODE & LYON.
Feh.13 t f 3j
BRICK LAYER & PLAISTERER,
T ENDERS 'is services-to the citizens
of this and The adjoining Districts, to
do any work in his line, in a workmanlike
manner, and at pricessuitable to the times.
Having served a regular apprenticeship
r to the business, he will warrant the work
lie puts together to stand.
Letters addressed to the care of Wm. F.
Durisoe, will meet with imusediae atten
march 23 if 8
sI.VZITn ILcEasA1er.S. C. 6t.
Edgefield C. It., March 13, 1843.
OnDn No. -
r IN consequeneenrtheresignation ofCap
. . tain yene M. Cogtmse, of Fdgefield Beat
Company No. 1, an 'eantion -will be held on
- Saturdasy he 13th of Nay.next, at Edgeield
o C, H.; r the purpose of illing the vacancy.
I On the same diy,at II o'clock, the Edgefield
Beat Company will parade at the above nam.
ed place, armed and equipped accosdingto
By order cf Col. Wigfall.
SA MUEL POSEY. IA. Col.
I MaagWs-Lieut. Ramey, Lieu.t Corey,
and Sergeninr T. G. Baeou.
Jach 15 91 7
A LL Persons are torwarned from trading
for two Notes of hand. given by me ti
Paul W. Conner, one due first January next.
r for Fire Hundred Dollars. with interest from
the dae. dated January 19. 1843. The other
for Five Hundred Dollars, due first January.
.r'45, dated 19th January, J843. The said
r Notes wetr given for land, a- part of which
belonged Jo anodier pet son The Notem are
in possession of Genl. G W. Htodges, who is
jjointlv hound with Paul W.Conner, inn bonl
to make the title-of said land, good. I never
intend to pay the said notes.
Marh 1 , If 7
I AI .persons indebted to the subscriber,
IX by note or open account. are requested, as
he is deprived by the Town Council. of the
privilege ofretailimg, to come forward as soon
usposble & pyuhe is desirous ofclosw:g
is bumcss. Al Wotesand accounnd ,n 's%
tIed, in some shape or form, by die next Return
Day, will be placed in the hands of an Attor
- B. 3. RtYAN.
March.8 If 6
LLpersonsindebted to the estate of Win.
A J. Gloer, dec'dl., .either hy Note or
Book Account. are requestedCto come forward
and settle with Captain G.I IoaaP, with whom
the Notes and Accounis are deposited for cal.
iection, As longer indulgence cannot be-given.
dtse wishing to save cost will do well to avail
tlemselves of tIis opportunity. as the Notes
and Accounts will be put in the hands -of no
officer for collection. without respect to per
sons. Thoae having demands against the said
estae are requested to hand them in, legally
CHARLES 3. .GLOVER, Ezector.
Dec. 27 48 tf
State of South Carolina.
4N THE COMlON PLEAS.
Philip 11. Manutz,
vs Foreign Anadhoent.
B. If. Duvafl.
T UEPlaintiff vi tis 4ay &led hse
T elaaton n m o and the Defend
ant having no wife or attorney knownmte be
within the Stae, on whom a copy of the same,
-with a rule to plead eeuld be served. It isor.
dered. that thedefendant plead to the said De
claratino within a year and a day, or final and
-absolute judgmenot will be given against hims.
GEO. POP'E, c.c.r. .
Clerk's Office, 14th MIarch, 1843.
March 29 ly 9
State of' South Carolina,
i.N T fE COMMON PLE AS.
Jo.oai Attachment, Assuarpsit.
Wmn. Md. Creswell. 9
TIH E Plaintitthaving filed hsis declaration
Rinwmy odie against the Defendant who as
without the limits of State. Ordered that the
said defenadant do appear and- plead thereto
within ayear and a day fromt the filing of the
same. otherwise final judgetment will be awar
dedi against him.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON. C. C. P.
Clerk' efdice Sept 24. 18~42.
Sett 28 ly
State of' South Carolina.
ABB EVILLE DISTRICT.
INi THE COMMON PLEAS.
WV. E. Wilson, Ex.3
vs. Attachmnent, Debt.
11E P laintiff havinig filed his declaration
imyoceagainst the said defendant,
who s wthot th liitsof theSat:rd
ed ha th siddefendant do appear tad plead
thereto wihian a year and a da an the iling
ofilhesaime otherwise Ainal judmet wifl by
awardted agint him.
JOHtN F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P.
Crerk's Office, 24th Sept. 184'd.
Sept.28 lv 3
State of' South Carolina,
- ABBEVILEC DISTRICT.
IN.T HE COMMON PLEAS.
Svs. Trespss, Attachment.
,U IIE Plaintiff aving filed his declaration
.3 in myofice against the said defendant:
I Ordered ta the defendant do appear and
-plead thereto within a yearand a day from the
tiling of the same, otherwise Ainal judgment
will be awarded against hinm.
JOHN F. LIV INGSTON, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, 2-4h Sept. 1842.
Sept.28 ly 3
State of South Carolina.
'ABBE VILLE DiSTRICT.
William Wilson, )
er. Bilifor Pargitimn.
f Elizabeth Todd,& others.)
EmCalinei Gr pley, Whitfield Bozemon and
, mln i i.Toliver Towles and Saral!
IAnn his wife. Albert Robertson,, aatai
'Wahtoni & Charlotte his wife, Anderson Sin.
and Cornelia hiswife, M~ary.a nher oM
ry Brown, deceised; who hantermauriai
with somne one'unknown~, I"r iuwn,,aam
Darniel Gest'a ih&s fendants
n amed he the daid 6ils1-7 ded withou
the limits oft tis state:(Wkuededliuthe smit
5 defendbse rppeti3ya i' rleads an
-swor or dentnr, to the-mid 'n. -dr.
e mont4ftm this date, or doe apro onfbe
will'we rendered 'ganst them.-- -
I.A. JONES, c. r. a.v.
abbeellen. Febl 18.,1813. 3m 4
riei dia Gunaiith
INFORMS the citizens of. Edgeleld
village aid its vicinity. thatIe is pro
paed to execute all tinds'of Tiri' ,' in
Wood, Iron, Brass, or any kind of Metal.
He also repairs all kinds of Guawerk.
af the lowes1 price. for Cash. -
" All persons indeheed to him are
respectiaI5 requested to 'come forward
and 9atei acconni.
State of Slth eCfarolina.
A. L. Nicholson, B;I1 to.
vs. ~ tdi. tiue
E. N. Colemar and others. forlaud4
T appey atsfactEn that
Eldred N."Lleman, one of the deferr
dants in thisease,. reside, beyond tb him.
its or ibis State. Onamotikotfupe and
Pope ordered that thesaidE0mdW.-Core
man, do plend ans*eror dusear &u e bill
oner berore the eighth da of Jhne ont,
oberAise the said bill, will beordered pro
couresso againftwhim. , .
J. TERRY, c..;. i. v.
laret 3m 6
State of South Carallta.
Pbehe Kobtes, by her BWfor ijawgs
Wim. Noble., & others. .
'Tappearing to my satisfaction, .aat tie
DeendantWilliam Nobles. reside with
out the limits ofthe State. Ordred,' that the
mid Defendant do plead. answer or darto
the coinpidnants bill, within drie months
fhom the publication her, or the said bill
will be taken pro coneso a'na him.
L TE Yc.z. a. D.
Mlarch 4 30, 6.
State of South Carolina.
Joseph Jacobs and Elizabotisalife,
Elizabeth Finly and others.
T appears to my satisfaction that n
del Fily and Cals Finly. two of the
Defendants; reside without ihe limits of
this State, is i's therefore Ordered, that
they do appear and object to thedirision
or sale of the Real Estate of James F y,
on or before the first Monday in A .
1843, or their consent to the same wl he
cntered of record.
DAFD LESLY, o. a.e.
Jan 10 &m 51
State of South Carolina,
Suan Rhoden, Appioant.
Pasey Rhodea & others. Dont'.
I T appeaing to my satisfation that
Charfee Ebdme, and Williadf Rhode,
two of the dfendants is the ab' staed
case, reside beyond hlmotss t listats.
It is therefore ordered ..that they appear
and ojoc to the division or sale ofthe
real estate of John Rhoden, dec'dl.. n or
before the first day of may nest, or their
consent to aesamo will be entered of rc.
OLVER TOWLES. os. w.
Feb 8 12t: 2
State of South Carolina
IN THE COMMON FLEAS.
Lewis Culbreath, )Dedmtieu ~a 4a
Joba Scurry. )Fere~ig mut
Samuel M. Chappefl, Bederatienda As
John Scery Foreiga 7 st.
T lE plantifs having this day fied their de
-and the defendat having no wifeer suaoraay,,
knws tobe within this Stabe on whotna co
py of said declarauion,with a rate. to plead, cam
be served. It is ordered, that the said defen
dani do plead to the said delarations. *ithia a
year and a day from the pablicatian of this or
der, or final and absolute judgmnent will be
awarded against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's Ofce, a
6 Mlay, 1642 ly 18
State or South~ Carolina,
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
ns. Decataoaa is asumpsi.
Win. II. trennan,
t'or the use of
Win.8rurry, Deduetiot ia Brot.
my office, and thte defendant having~ sa wife or
anorncy, known to be within this Stats, on
whom n copy ofsaid deeaations, with~ trui
to plead shall be served. It is ordered that the.
said derendant do plead to the said dqdarations
within a year and day rm the grnblication of
this order, or final and absolute judgisent wit
besawarded against thrn.
GEU?. POPE, c. c. p.
27th Sna , . ly 18
State of' South Carolina.
A BBEVIL LE DISTRIOTI.
IN THE COMtMON PLEAS.
Francis A. Conner, vs ' Aufamear.
George Conner. $Debt.
T HE said Plaintiff having Sled his de
laraion in my offce against the said
Defendant, who is withouulisIimbst of tho
State: Ordered, that thes said Defondant
daappear'and pletd therebo, withim a year
and a day. from the Sling of .she .aane,
otherwise.6inal judgment w91hbe awagded
J. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c, i.
Clerk's Offie, Dec 9, 1842, o 46
State of South .ilin,
IN TH uscoMMOv2Lmus.
G.1.& E. Penn&Co~ 1D~ifarStdis UFn
Ann E. GlSeck.L ~ ~~uhst
THE lanif'shv? ti day CECed
a rule to.piend-could bewereide il~~s,
that tho Defendant glesd to the-eui didnbua
ion within ayear and a day, orm ,uabso
int'ndment will be givena nt ,
on 19. I$4t. 0.a3. aqe 43