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temperanfce reform which has
over the country withsuch
U mr,~tbsastwo years. srnow being
*uwusp by the monet extraordinary
escII~iteC!.et thins country haes ever
wisse. Aiunoet every newspaper has
. ganueie to reivals int their vicinity,
asa ih very many eases, the fac is mn
tha u duuakards are utni
e i is sieo an inter'
teua he at-Ia eaet plaes where the
. ampamme6 swfor has made anip
* ~ hm oneitemens folow ; this
oles ma stabll~aed historical
emdm have also shown
that of er~revivalsuisgradated by
-th. fa~~Ses. of the tem~perance ex
* tkenhee. Crlau$id shoeiul induce
that w~fetwardb 'came~r oftmper
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- i kfetihyd
D Viku . (or 6untry. wrvitsof Firri F&r
m Jn Ijdtpioceed to- iel at Edge:
eourt:Blonsean the first Motndaysand
.tul of June ex the fdhoiing- pro
John W. 1!G1chtu a Mary Hightow
er: ont: tuo.sad of land, more or lOss, ad
joiain; John Wise, Win. S. Howard, and
bland & Butler vr. Henry Williamns;
tihe same, va the same; fifty acres of laud
wbere defendant lives, adjoining William
Strome, and Edmund Boyd.
George Bassey and others vA Emberson
Bussey, the tract of laud, where defendant
William K. Lindsey vs Wi. Caries,
Cary G. Snellgrove. and Wm. Corley;
oiohty foaur acres or laci, more or less, ad
joining lands of Robert Price, John Rhine
hart, and others.
- William Lever vs J. W. Holley ; one
mare and colt.
John H. Stockman vs John W. Holley
one hundred and fourteen acrei of laud
more or less. adjoiuing John Saugford
John Holley, and others.
U. H. Lee vs J. M. C. Freeland; th
house and lot, whore delondant lives, a
.. Bryan & Minor vs Wm. II. Green, ant
Lews Elizey; four hundred and thirti
five acres of land, more or less, adjuinin;
ohn Wise, Mrs. lary Hightower, an
others, the property of L. Elizey.
John S. Smyley vs George Shaver
Sear., one hundred & forty eight acres a
land. more or les,. adjoining Peter Dora
John S. Smyley vs Robin Rholes, an
James Golemanu; one hndrel and fift:
acres of lund, whore defendant Rhode
lives, adjoining James Golemnan, Tom
P'ay no, anti others.
James' Miller vs Wim. Strome. Lewi
Runelai, and John Cheathum; oue hun
dred and cighty acres of laud, more
less, where defendant Stroin" lives.
Hathbert & 11-ll fr the use of Thoma
1. Walton vs Joseph Wounts: Benjmi
H. Warren vs the same; Oliver Sienp
soa vs the same, the same vs the-same
John G. Wiutcr vs the sain ; Willia:
Dearing vb the some; Peck'& Dearing v
the same-; defendants former residenct
cotnmosed of four original lese, one othe
house and lot on Centre street, with tw
tenements one occupied by Messrs. lor
&Newby, the other by F. M. Shroda
also, two houses and lots on larket stret
known as the negro trading place in [lam
Steedmnan & Merrett vs John S. Fouk
the *ame vs the same ; two hundred an
fifty acrew of land, mate or loss, adjoluin
lands of Win. Turner, Edmund Keoncd
Lewis ElIzey bear vs Mary Ann Fisi
or, and John Fisher ; one lot of land, con
tainuig four and half acres, adjoining land
of John Walker, J. Brooks. and others.
Julius Day vs Edmund Kennedy; fou
hundred acres of land, more or less, ad
Joining John Williams. Jula S. Foukt
" adley Cooper vs Catharine Tankeri
toy. Benjauin McCormak, vs the sam
wad Geoge Tankersley ; one hundred an,
Ifty acres of land, mire or less, wher
Catharine Tankersley lives.
Stephen Wilson vs Dudley Rountree
eOe negtr girl, Charlotte. "
W. & S. Attaway vs Joseph Jay; Ww
Dozier vs the same; Daniel W heeler vi
the samo;,Dennis McCarty. for the us
of his wife. vs the same, and Ienderso
Smith. one negro girl, Silvey, the piropet
ty of Joseph Jay.
McLure & Wilson vs Dniel Thomat
one negro gill, Julin.
Oliver Towles, Orditiary, vs Dai
Little, ad'mr., one negro boy, Frank.
S. CURISTIE, s. E. D.
May 10 4t M5
8tate of South Carolina.
Joseph Woods, 'Woreclosure of
Wiliban Denring. otae
BY an Ord i~rom' A. P. Bumler, on
.uf theAesoeiate Judges oTtaid State
in the above stuted case, the following
pruperty, vis: nll that lot or parcel of Ian:
lying and being in toe town of i laumburg
in the district aforeisaid, on Covington
street, running back one hutndred an'
eighteetn. feet,-fronting two hundred an'
thaty feet, wade up or four original koti
No. 323, 324, 32.5 and 326(, where Josep
Woods formerly lived.. Also. one othei
loi o Markettstreet, No..56, fronting 43
feet, more or less. Also, one other lot ol
paicel of land on Market-street, fro tin;
forty seven feet, 'rnning hoek twolitun
dred feet, nuero or less, to Msereer street
AhiO, one other lot on Centre street, front
i..gsixty liur feet, running back sevent,
fieefeet, tmore or less, to a lot now or lat
,ly belonging to thte estate of Williamson
hounded on the east by said Centre street
o'n the north'y lot .of G. HI. Hull. on thb
wiestaylotof( the said estate ofrWilliant
son, an.on tbe os by James Hubbard'
l6s.. Tlo be sold oleredit offive months
thitesjoe ejigned hut not delivered, unti
the whilkritbe-purelas. money be pak
ecutinig tiftle terms of the sale, and I
amount of purehaso money he no
an, the property to be resoe
edaccount o( former purchasers for idh
hy viie6if'ssine levy, cost and commis
sens to bepakin Icas.s.
5 CHRlSTIE, s. L.
May-10 [364751 4t 15
Sta% or South Carolina,.
vs. *. Foreiga altnecutent.
the assneiates lil es of said Stata
ahalcdreide1 dct~eld Courl
Hiensa~anthe: firstonday in Jan. next
in the above-stated case; one negro bo:
Sam. .Terms cash.
. Ma ios. CHRISTIB, s. ..
Moay 10 [ 00' 4 15
~aire Baanarxn Anvzn-namn.
State.of South CaYIfina. 7
psan Rhoden.:Applicant. t
T&s. - t
Patsey Rhoden, and others, Defend'ts 1!
Y an order 'from the Ordinary of
Edgefield Disrict I shnl proceed to
sell at EdgeseId Court House, on the first
?onday in June next, ia the above stated
cap lands of the estate of John Rhoden, 0
deceased. on the waters of South Edisto e
River, adjoining laoids of Elbert Lott, a
William Bushbee. John B. Bush, and oth
ers. containing cighty acres. maore or loss,
on a credit of twelve nonths. Purchaser
to give bond and personal security, and a
mortgage of the premises to the Ordinary.
Costs to be paoid in enoh.
S. CHRISTIE, s. I. V.
May 15 ($3 00) 3 16
State of South Carolina,
Y OLIVER TOWLES. Esquire
B Ordinary of Edgefield District.
Whereas Albert Kin; hath applied to
ma far Letters of Administration on all
and singular the gools and chattels, ri;hts
and credits of Geo. W. Ilowle. late o tie
District aforeaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all anl singular, the kiudred and cro
ditors of the said deceased, to be and up
Icar before mie, at onr next Ordinary's
Court for the baid District to be holden at
Edgelield Court House oi the 29th 1lay,
.13, to show cause if any, why the said
Adninirationu should Ut be granted.
Given uinder mty hand and sal this 15th
day if Mar, one thousand cizlht bundred
at'd forty t'wo. and in tile a~ixty.seventh
: year of Awcric-en le (mlrentvce.
0. TOW .ES. a. .. D.
May 17 [!2 1241 2:
i PROPOS L
for PuMAix in The City of Charleston, .e
r rditd tV kn mlitfd
THE TOKEN. AND ODD FELLOWS
s MAGA ZINE.
11E Submscribom P propo-c pulishing a Pe
ritodical to be devioted tat the itere"tS of
Odd FellowAi p. witlthie aove title. 'Tie rn
joid inicrease ot'. .e Order. in tlhis State, and its
probable extensive spread in the aijoining
1 St141es, Meeta 1o en111 r-r the e-stablishntient of
such a work in South Carolini. whiclm shall be
r tie expontit of the principles of the Order, and
a medmum of cotumonicalion between the Bra
therhiod. While de :rneral interests at the
Order at larae are cinmfined mto - 7h Ceeeatan."
the North' han its - IIinsem." the East its
-SYMbo" and the Anciet Dominion - The
- nden Odd Felhos.'" the Pahneto Strate
hould tsmt be withot. its orgair, thron;b wiich
the knowledge of an institution whicl loas at
d tracted no mniall share of public attention, may
,e advautageously made ktown to our fellow
' Wlhile the pronsinet oltject of-Tie Token,"
will be to set forth atad defend tie principles of
thme Order, and to cotvey to the :neabers such
- intellirtence of its progrens anal spreations as
s may be deemed interetma, a iunemn of its
pages will be dertited tm ;entral Lt:eratmre. is
r as to make it worthy ofthew loomistir. nmil thus
secure to uts the %miles and n pprohintion of the
fair ses, whoin we nre i:rtienttnrly d-sirons to
'mlease. .eernl diatinguiishmemtl uid taicnted
Brthers have promised mn,, the aid ofrtheir pens.
which warrants us itn wyimng tht-i **The To
a ken" will he worthy of the patrunage of the
- Brethren generally
V Terms.-Tho 7bl-ena will be published tonth.
ly in octaro for. ofa L pages, on geo paper.
and type, at Two dollars per anuana payable
87 The First Number willbe isued as soon
as 200 Subsribers are obtained.
- HAYDEN & BURIfE.
a Nort of the I'aat Ofce.
M Charleston, S. ., April 1843.
- May 1) 3t 15~
,NewSi pr~ui & Summer
DR It OO.
FUL L assmrnment for sale, at the lotuast
. skprices, by JNO. 0. BI. FORD
Hlatmburg, A pril 14 tf 12
- Georgia Nankeens,
B ROWN LINENS, atnd FINE DRILLS,
Jumst rece ed by
JNO. 0, B. FORLD.
llaimurg, A pril 11
Fren'ch Mualiua & Prminted
SA FiNE aassormment, ihr mnle Cheap, by
liabur, Aril15if 12
9E1tYJarge and well naorted suippiv of
A.ENG ,LISli &A ERIC AN PR IN''S,
new, and for sale nt rertowe prcee by .
IHamburg. April 17 tf 12
Shaeeuings ad ShIrtingsn.
5- 4. 04 amnd 12-4 Browa & bl-nched
S4 ,SHIEETINGS and SHIIRTINGS,
JNO.0. B. FORD.
H~ambur, April 17 * f 12
New Spring and Summer
T re ho ferigi:hi utmr and
the ubli genrall, a ull nd ec ted
Faucy AStapic Dry Gs
Comprising~every ratiety of Gondain their
line, suited to. the Spreind Stummer trade,
which they will sell at iraces to suit the times.
At~so-A geeral assmrtuneait ot
Groceriese nardlWare, Hats,
-Shoe., &c. Ac.
which will he sold at p rices whicle cannuot fail
to give sad~sfaction to those who omy fiv-.r them
Iwith their patronag.. W~e were saduced by
the prese'ni rsed prir'.s of Goods, to mne:
heavy punrchases, which enables us~ tin u0'er'
strong ,uducemaents to porchla.,etS.. We are
determined to tel, atulmt thmose who doubt
coir ability to please thceeUal ad sem.
'Wel also conatinute the btuiess of
Millinery & Mlanuanaaking
under thme sumrintenidence ol' Ms. C. II.
DOWD, and'hiving receiveaf a new ampply
of Goods sted- to that tiranch ot trade. are
prepamed to- execute all ktuds of work with
eastness and despatch.
Ordertrfrom the coutny promtl attended
to. BLAN D&. OTLER,.
April12 .it: 11
ESPECTFULLY Informa his es
tomets, and the publie generally,
that Ihe is just returned from Carleaton,
with a varie of articles in his line, which
be will dis oof on terms to- stit the.
r 1. Sithicriberi repwctfuliv infornn their
old cuvtomersmani tho. public genierally,
at they are now recciving ai.d upeotsg thetr
Wpoiug O Nemmer Goods;
EmbingitiE a gem-rai ip.-ritient of
Fancy & Staple Goods,
HATS, SHOES, & GlROCERIES..
Having dispo~ed of the acater part ofttheir
Id *tobk, they are niow able to ofeir an almost U
ritire ow 11tack ofGoodi, which they will Sell
t prices to suit the tites. all
G. L. & E. PENN. Il
April12 if 1i or
New Spring and Summer 'i
IIE Sub ilber- are now receiving from y
New Ylk. their
Spring & Sumiier Goods,
:imbracing atmo'st every article usaally kept
i this tuarket. We have selected our Good.i
rith great care. and request our customers '
id the putl-ic generally. to call and examine ti
itr themselves. ond see that the prices do cor- c
espod withls the limes. We are thaukful fir iI
iaht frivors, and hopc by strict attentiot to bi. (
iuss t. ucrst a contitiiuince. 4
rUESLEY & BRYAN.
A pr i 12, 1843. tI 1
New Cash Store,
SIBLEY'S CORfNER. JIAMBUJIG S. C.
Ladiea, d've t art a rich new Dress,
%t your own prir. -or een less'
3laste to the New CashS:ore. straightway
ietcure great liargains, wliie you uay.
)ur Stock of Goods being harge aud new, s
inducements great we'li ol*hr you, a
Viou .ill alwl !i. as nrfoiue, r
rhe Chenpesm place. the New U.h S:iorn.
IAVING rtLthhe past tiimmn:h in the City
..r N w Vm Y , ii lth. ,electiol vf an, ex
:en'me F:shionable anod Cheap Stock of
New 4prisng & Summlier
GOOD S. v
We would respectfilly ask our o!d ensto.
ters anid the public, to examine our assort
ment and learn the prices, before purchasing
4e here. feeling contidct that the citizens or f
south Carolina ieed oit lunger he undei the iI
tercaity of leaving their on n State. to pro- t
enre DRY GOODS, as good. laAsionableund
:benp' as in any other market.
Our ussortment being inustially large, we
hall not enumerate articles und prices, but
wute yu we slailI take great plea-anre in
ihewing Goods. ahid unming small prica.- p
No charge for looking
WM. KETCHUM & CO.
N. B. lemenber we have removed fron the i
Ad star.d near liuner's Hotel, ts the new
irick Building on Sibley's Corier.
V. K. &L Co.
Hamburg April 3 8t 10
Choice Family Medicines.
Paints, Oils, & WIldow
AND every article usually S
kept in DRUG STORES, s
are ofered to the lowcst nmar- I
ket prices, by
RISLEY & CO. i
Hlamintic. S. C., or I
HAVILANIs, RISLEY & CO.
April 5 3m* 10
Merchant Tailor Shop.
I AVING given this branch of our bui
ness our particular attention in selecting
from this springs inspertati..ns the best, cheap
est and most fasiionable styles of
CloUs, Cassineres, and
and every other asticle necessary to a Gentle
moan's Wardrobe. we will only add that the I
Shop is stiil conducted by
Mr. It.M. FULLER I
WVuse taste and skill its cutting, anl itithful. t
tess if work, is too wvell known to need our:
Tiermus Cash. positively, prices in accord
ance with tertms aind itimes.
WM1 KETCIILUM & CO.
Ilambuorg, A pril ,1-.1. 4' t It
and colosred l151lm L~eiu'flats,
Cildretn, and Boys L.eghsrsi ll.its,
.lens L.eghoirm and Puin:atna 1iats.t
f5 doz. n 'hife and color-ad lioodts 2.5 to T3ct.
6i do plain Stra w iBonneta, Si ti' $3.
Silk Bonneits, black anid fancy. $l 50 to $I,
Laglornm Iimnets. (fitwa) um-w 2.hape.
SlisecsCypiress & Straw llanets .rMtts. to $:2.
Artificial Flowers, land Uox.i.. &c I
Just received byv
luamobircr. A pril 3. 14$. . t lii
JOHV N .IIAW,
BRlCKLAYER & P'LAISTiElERt,
TE RShis services to the ctzn
oT thsn the adjiningDisrcts. to
lo any work in his' line, in awd alk
in~anner, nd at prices suitable to ilhe times.
Ilaving servedi a regular apprenticeshipj
to thme business, ho will wrarrant the work ~
ie puts together to stand.
Letters addlressed. to the cnre oifWmi. P.
Durisoe, will meet with imamedite utten
march 22 tf 8
Turner and Gunamith,
I NFORMS the citizens of4 Edgerield i
villao amat its vicinity, that he ki pre
ated to esecute all kinds of Turning, in ~
Wood. Iron, Brass, or any kind of Metal.1
lie also repairs all Linids of Gunwork.
t the lowest prices for Unshh
(t?" All persons in.h-b:edJ to him arej
epctfully reque-med ton comue forwsard!
tud settle their accounts.
i'arch29 wf 09
New Sprinpr & Stunmer
JNO. 0. BI. FORD,
s now opetning al hiis state in Hamnburg, a
a full assortmenit oft
or the Spring and Summer Trade, which he (
vtlisnell ualoe for Cash.
March2 tf 9 .
T HE U. S. DISTRICT COURT,
DISTRICT OI' SeUTH CAlottA.
N thme matter of Lewts B. Cobb. Merchant.
residinmg in Abb.:ville District, South Car.-~
sina a Blankrupt. -
I'tisunt to ani Order ofthe District Coutrt
if the United Stat's, for the Dtstrict of Soeth I
:arolina, Notice is hereby given, that cautre he (
hwn beforo the said Court, at the Federal 'a
Jourt Heuso in Charleston, on the third s
lay of June tnet, at eleven o'clock, A. M., I
vy te said Lewis B Cobb, should not re
ive his Discharge and Certi~eateas a Bank
Charleston, 6th day of Marsh,-1t43.
. V. GRAY Clerk.
wirt22 -c *
LLUM SPRING PRGALNl.
rol TE CURa ok
,apreppa, Scrofutumd Ckankiciver
Il IEE Pils arc prepared by Dr. S.
LR. Cam piell. fromn the water of the
;lly celebrated liucral Springs. in
ackbr;dge county Va., called the Alum
>rings. These waters in their e'cts
Pon the system arn tonic, increasing the
petile, and promoting digestion, they arc
crnative, exciting the secreticns of the
ansdular sybtemn generally, and particular
the livcr and kidney s; they are cathartic,
oduciug copious, dark, billions evacua
)us; and they also effect a determination
the surface, increasing the perspiration.
romu the combination of all these effrcts
)on the systeim, they are a great purifier
the blood, and equalizer of the circula
mn. The effect of the Pills. made from
ese waters, are in all respects. bimilar to
e water itself, and each pill is equal to e
>mwon glass of water. For the cure of
i above diseases, and all other chronic
or slow) diseases, presoverance in ie use
r these Pills, according to the dircetioms
iven in tho small bills, accompanying the
ill , is all important; and ifthey are per
urin;ly used as directed, a cure may b
sore certainly expected, than under any
iner treatnient heretofore discovered, ex
rpt from the use of the waterfrom which
sey are prepared either by an attendancc
i the Springs or otherwise. They very
eedily cure disrrahns attendcd witl
cidity of the stomach, and what is corm
tonly called heart-burn; two or three psill
my be taken at any time, when the stom
ch is troubled with acidity, with the hap
iest efTect. These Pills have an excel
-et effect in preventing the atmacki o
ervous or sick -headache ; from three to
A pills shoIulJ be taken at once, %hcu the
Vnptunis are felt.
These waters are an effectual remed3
>r all henorrhages; and as the Pills Iaac
ic same effect in otl.er cases, it is believe&
icy will also have the same effect in case
r hemorrhage. They cure dropsies it
ame cases, but are not an infalible remcd3
I all cases of this disease.
From the efficacy of these waters and
ills in purifying the blood, they are in
aluable in the cure of aii disis-es of the
in, and all indolent sores, not disposed te
hiecithy action. In the use of them fo
uch diseases, it' the disease of the skit
ppears to be rictated at first, or if thI
leers become more inflamed and discharg
lure freely,let ntot this circumstance alarn
ny one, or deter him from persevering it
acir use. These are evidences of th4
nod effects of the Pills in expelling the
itiated humors from the blood to tI
urface. and uutil the blood is purified
uch discase cannut be cured. in scrou
ms ulcers, the use of these waters an
tills, invariably cause them to discharg
more freely, and in a short time, of a mor
acalthy appearance. They are a ver
seratl remedy in Cholera Infantum or th
ummer bowel complaint in children : a
iaso for expelling norms from children
rhey immediately give a good appetite
Prornote digestion, and will effectuali
orrect and cure acidity of the stomach
rom their cleansing and purifying efect
pon the blood; and from the tone; vige
nd energy, which their operation impart
a the whole system they will be found
rent preventative of the feverd, 'hicl
revail in low and unhealthy regions
euce, persons living in such regior; wil
ind it grently to their advantage to us
he pills, for a fortnight, at the commence
neat of every spring and fall season, as
reventative, and to build up constitution
roken duwn by previous attacks of reve.
These Pills are a valuable assistant F,
heo use anid ellcacy of sulphiurous and sa
ine mineral waters, and th. so or four a
hett taken each day, at different times
wich in attendance at other titanern
prings, would add greatly to the curativ
fa'cts of these wratcts.
-These waters and pills are worthy ii
bo untice of the Medical Faculty; an'd ii
Lecir handswoutld be a valuable article i
lbe treatmnent of many diseanses, otherwis
iumianageatble. li nan:enorrhen, dysmena
rrhwa unid luchorrhwa, the warn. of th
Liumt Slirin~gs are pecuiarly etrcecaciou.
aid we believe the pills tuade from thes
raters, would have the same effecet in th
reatment of thoso diseases, that the wate
as; therefore. We wo)uld recommnend
rial of them, by the Faculty. in those dii
ases. These Pills nre easily talken. hav
gno nauseous taste, are perfectly saf
a alt cases where active fever does o
ist and du not sie-ken persons while usin
For sale bjy J. D. T IBBETS, next doe
> G. L & E. Penn's, :,tore.
mnay 3 t( 14
State of South Carolina.
ABBE VILLE DiSTRICT.
Viiliamn Wilson, )
cs. Billfor Partition.
tizabeth Todd, &. other.)
[T 'I ppearin: to may einisdetinr.a a
L Carohine C;ra~ley, Whbitfield B~oeeon an
;meine Is wite. Tloliver Towlen andt Sar-i
uhi-, wire. Albert Rtosartsan, Mnnurin,
Vahto, ,- Chii, mte ida wife. Anderson Sitie
nd Conelia his wife, Mary, a daughter of 51.
Iron, deccased, who has .atermarrie
ith sonme one unknown, Leroy Brmown, ani
Ianieh Gent and Nancy his wife. defendanta
amaed ina the said bill, are. and resid. withou
to limuits of this state: Ordered. that the asai,
mfndants respcctlvely, dot appear, p lead.ari
aer or demur, to thse said bill, within hre
toatha from this date, or decree pro confeasse
ill he retedered against them.
II. A.- JONES, c. a. A. 9.
bhevilte. Feb. Iti. 1843. j ma 4
StaGte Rights and State Mlchaunics I
ADDLE, BRIDLE. HARNESS ANI
ESPECTFUL LY informs the cii
Iz ens of Edlgefield District, that Ib
as commenced the above busine.s lii al
s various b'runchtes. Having just recci
ed froma the Eastern Cities, a splendid as
artmenct of Bitte, Ahuntings and Leathte,
e assures the public that his wor'k will b
one in a style equal to any Alanufactor;
a the State, at reduced prices.
N. Be Military accoutremaents in th
inst opproved style. *~
Edg..fltrd C H:. Peb 1 ti
FRO the subscnber. living near
Cloud's creeir, in ii n'ghbourlhnod
of Chaunan's:Mill r .e6e4Dstrict,
- -ny $egon 3n JOHN. whomn I par
.. Z(0 of m falther J few wkksAdo,
my (atiwrpisjchased his rom a -
coldtn:. fromn igni.tlbla
was rai-ed .ear Ificanond. Va , he is about 21
yeam of age, abat 5 feet 8 or 9 inchbtgh.
ot light conplexion, and ita a sar on the cor
ner of hi6 lest eye; is a stopg weltmadae fellow.
rull faced, spea quick wisan spoken- to. *Hfe
ld on when he went awaj afur agtrewn*u
da cluth coit, and pantaloosa.f corsee
cloth. tiqaite likely-4ei'ArM-o,giset
td Virginia. I will gire , A4.Bve dollars
reward to any peron wli'vil apprehed lee
sdid slave and confinehimn ay ithis
state, so that I get hia *dsity4ve
i dollars if taken out of theState. and if brought
home all reasonable expemnses-willbo paid.
The speculatorfrom whooitiaspithsed
writes hit name Andrew Lea. - C.
Feb.! - if , 4
The Columbia South-Carolinian. will upy
the above once a month until fohrbid. And
f,,rward their accounts-to this oil
LL Persons are lorwarned from trading
for two Notes of hand. given-by me -to
Pai W. Conner,one due 6vstJ ' West,
for Five Hundred Dollars.'with on
the date, dated January 19, eer
for Five Ifundred Dollasds4it h ,
18A5, dated 19th-January, IS; h
Notes were given for land, a rof which
belonged to another pcrt an. Notes are
in posecaion of Gent. G. W. Hodges, who is
jointdy bound with Paul W. Conner.ina bdd
to wake die title of said land, good. 1 neer
intend to pay-the said noees
March 15 tt 7'
2nd Reginent Cavalry,
April 3. IS4..
IN obedience to an Orer frous' . l.
Bonhabn. an Election for Colonelo e2d
Regiment of Cavalry, to fil the vacany~oea
sioned by the resignation of CoL Jouep6 Dick
son, will be held on Friday thedm of Jumne am-t
Each Captain will give notice hereo. at Is
Companty Muster Ground, as required by law.
On the day following. the Maaageus ;will
meet at the Regimenail Iutter Ground, coent
ont the votes, and transmit 6 - the Brigadier
General acertiedstatemeut thereof signed by
all the Managers ptesent.
LEROY H. MUNDY,
Lt. CoL. Coufng.d Rgt. Carsay.
April5 . o to
ALL persons indeted to us on asemoers
due the fitst or Januarylast, als re*
quested to come aid settle up. We have
to pay our debts.
Feb. 13 tr. 3
State of South Carolina,
I EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
* A. L. Nicholson, 891 o4 -
vs. ain. ie
E. N. Coleman, and others. forland4:
1,T appearingt to my satisfaction. *at
IEldred N. Colemaa, one of the defen
datts in this case, resides beyond tiltifi
its of thIs Stare. On motion of Pope "d
Pope ordered that the said Eldred XE Ook
man, do plead answer or demur (o* di bilI
r on or before the eighth day of Jnns1 ,
otherwise the said bal, wil he ordersdpro.
confesso against him
J. TERRY, c-z. i. ,
Marrh 9 3m .6
State of South Caroifija.
Ptehbe Nobles, by her )Bifer Iwja'&~
next friend. vs. n
WVm. Nobles, & others. Aiimon. .
3T appeauing to miy satisfaction, that die
IIDefendant William Nobles, reideswitha'
.oust the limits ofrfise State. Ordered, that the'
Said Defendant do plead, answer or demuer to
the compqlainanets bill, within three mnaths
reom the. public.ation heereof or the said bit
n' ill be taken pro confess. against him.
J. TERRY, c. a. r.. a.
a Alarch 4 3m 6
STATE ~0F~S. UAROLAS,
IN TIlE COMM10N PLEAS.
SCarwile, Sloore & Co. ~efrte sDk
7 1l E aiintiff having tis day filed their
declaratione in this ease, in my odice. and
tedfeendant heaving no wife or attorney.
known, to bo within ttins State, on whom a co
' osdelaro, with a rule to plead carn
e served:l t is ordere'd, that the said delend
ant do plead to the said declaration. wlibia a
year and a dlay from the piblication of thisor.
r, or final and absolute judgment will be
G'EO. POPE, c. c. p.
Ccrk's Offe.. Oct. 18. l642. 1y 41
State of Soutli Carolina.
iN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
I Middieton [Belk. Foeg.lswu
i r tlli Paint~i'ha ingtis day Gled'bia
i !delaration in this case, in my ofilcepaid
, teodefen daeth:-vin~r no wifeoraoerney,knoww
: to be within this State. one whom acopy of said
declaration, with a ruleto piead ca he srved.,
.It is ordered, that the said defenedaat dloplead.
I to the said derclaration. wethina yandas~
I day from the publication oftthis orde, or-Suad~
,and absolutecjudgmeetwitl beawardedagainst
-Cisrk's Offce, Edlgefield C. HI. April 10,184:3.
'State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON FLEAS.
- Lewis Cullreath, Declarwties in JA
John Seurr. Fr
Samel At Chappell, Dclarawtion in Ae.
John Scurry. ~ Foreige7 JSA==
-3 H E plaintiffs heasing thieday filed theeirde.
..U elarations in, tIme abovecasus.in myoffice,
I and the defeennt having nomwfe orattorney,
known to be within this State, on whom a co.
.jy of said declarationa,with a rukjsa plead~can
bei served. It is ordered, that sheaid defen.
dani do 1desdw to te said declara'tios, witdiis
ar and a day Ihom the publicatian of this or
r, or h~ah and absolute judgment wvii be
-. GEO. POPE, c. c. p,.
Clerk's O0fce, ?. -
63lay.Zt t2. i lv1 T9